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Pettingiirs 

ilcwspaper Directory 

and 

Gazetteer. 



CONTAINING: 

A Complete Directory of the Newspapers and Periodicals Published 

in the United States, Showing the Name, Frequency of Issue 

and Day of Publication, Class, Year Established, Number 

and Size of Pages, Subscription Price, Publisher's 

Name and the Circulation of Each. 



INCLUDING ALSO: 

A Comprehensive Description of over 8,500 of the Leading Cities and Towns 
in the United States where Newspapers are Published, Showing of each, Its 
Character, Population, Nearest Important Place, Railroad, Water and Electric 
Transportation Facilities, Express and Telegraph Companies, Name and Manufac- 
turers of the Principal Industries, Points of Interest. Leading Bank, Hotel and 
Much other Information of Value to Advertisers and Business Men Generally. 



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ISSUED ANNUALLY. PRICE, $5 PER COPY. 



PETTINGILL & CO., 

Oldest Newspaper Advertising Agency in America. 

(Established 1849.) 

BOSTON AND NEW YORK. 



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Entered AccorJing to Act of Congress, in the Year 1903, 

By Pettingill & Co. 

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, 

Washington, D. C. 



CONTENTS. 



PART I. 



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26 
35 
53 
62 
70 
72 
74 
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PREFACE 

EXPLANATION 

GAZETTEER AND NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY • 

ALABAMA 17— 

ARIZONA 25— 

ARKANSAS 27— 

CALIFORNIA 36— 

COLORADO 54— 

CONNECTICUT 63— 

DELAWARE 71 — 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 7:^- 

FLORIDA 75— 

GEORGIA SI- 
IDAHO !t3— 

ILLINOIS !>6— 139 

INDIANA 140—164 

INDIAN TERRITORY 165—167 

IOWA 168—198 

KANSAS 199—218 

KENTUCKY 219—228 

LOUISIANA 22'.t— 234 

MAINE 235—242 

MARYLAND 243—249 

MASSACHUSETTS 250—270 

MICHIGAN 271—297 

MINNESOTA 298—316 

MISSISSIPPI 317—323 

MISSOURI 324—349 

MONTANA 350—353 

NEBRASKA 354—370 

NEVADA 371—372 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 373—377 

NEW JERSEY 378—390 

CO-OPERATIVE NEWSPAPERS 



Page. 

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17-653 

NEW MEXICO 391—392 

NEW YORK 303— 444 

NORTH CAROLINA 445—452 

NORTH DAKOTA 453_457 

OHIO 458-492 

OKLAHOMA ' 493—496 

OREGON 497—502 

PENNSYLVANIA 503—543 

RHODE ISLAND 544—546 

SOUTH CAROLINA 547—551 

SOUTH DAKOTA 552—559 

TENNESSEE 560—569 

TEXAS 570—591 

UTAH 592—594 

VERMONT 595—599 

VIRGINIA 600—608 

WASHINGTON 609-615 

WEST VIRGINIA 616—621 

WISCONSIN 622—642 

W YOMING 643—644 

ALASKA 645 

DOMINION OF CANADA. 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 646 

MANITOBA 646 

NEW BRUNSWICK 647 

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES 647 

NOVA SCOTIA 647 

ONTARIO 648 

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND 652 

QUEBEC 652 

656 



PART n. 
CLASS PUBLICATIONS. 



AGRICULTURAL 658—662 I RELIGIOUS . 

EDUCATIONAL 663—664 SCIENTIFIC. 

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL 665—667 I 



.668—675 
.670—678 



PART III. 



NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENTS Pages 1-280 



PREFACE. 



Only a newspaper! Quick read, quick lost, 
Who sums the treasure that is carried hence? 
Torn, trampled under feet, who counts thy cost 
Star- eyed intelligence ? — Clemmer. 

Carlyle first recognized the reality of an empire of daily printed 
thought and forged the name-plate of the fourth estate. Newspapers are 
the citizens of this realm and each year sees rapid growth and many 
changing conditions. 

This volume is the ofiicial directory of this realm. It tells the 
names, and somewhat more, of its citizens. It gives their places of 
residence ; it tells of their comings and goings. It is the newspaper 
history of a year condensed into a classified arrangement of facts ! 

The unit of newspaper power is circulation. The co-efficient is in- 
fluence. Right use of these two qualities means effective advertising. 
Pkttingill's Newspaper Directory and Gazetteer will help you ta 
solve any advertising equation that may be presented. 

Each year successful advertising, which shapes, handles and directs 
the world power — publicity — assumes a greater importance in the nation's 
trade and commerce. The past year has had its record of great business 
enterprises established by advertising; it has also its record of failures. 
We are thankful that the latter list is short and the list of successes long 
and honorable. We are ready to close the account of the past and look 
forward to the future. 

The successful advertiser studies advertising mediums. He knows 
circulation and influence. He knows the value of advertising space. He 
knows local conditions three thousand miles from his office as thouofh 
they were in his home ward. Therefore, he is able, to a large extent, 
to forecast results. 

Results ! The magic word of advertising success. 

Pettingii,l's Newspaper Directory and Gazetteer is the stan- 
dard text-book of advertising mediums. It will help advertisers attain 
results. It is filled with vital statistics of every important newspaper and 



12 PREFACE. 

periodical in the United States and Canada. It presents these facts in a 
concise form. It also gives facts concerning local conditions. 

This volume, in fact, presents, in shape available for instant refer- 
ence, the results of twelve months of careful research by trained special- 
ists in this work. We believe that it is more complete and accurate 
than ever before. 

We are proud of Pettingill's Newspaper Directory and 
Gazetteer for 1903. We believe it will prove the most useful, con- 
venient, helpful book of its kind ever laid open on the desks of the ad- 
vertising managers of America, 

PETTINGILL & CO. 



EXPLANATION. 



NEWSPAPER EEPORTS. 

It is the aim of tlie publishers of FettingiU's News- 
paper Directory and Gazetteer to report correctly every 
legitimate publication issued in the United States, and 
if there are errors or omissions it is because we have 
been unable to secure the necessary information from 
the publishers. Immediately upon the completion of 
one volume, work is commenced on the revision of the 
succeeding issue. Blank circulars are prepared and 
mailed to every publication rated in the previous edi- 
tion, as well as to such new ones as have been established 
during the previous year. These circulars contain the 
report and circulation statement as it appeared In the 
last edition, and the publisher is requested to make 
such corrections as may be necessary to insure an 
accurate and reliable report and rating. 

CIRCULATION RATINGS. 

In the matter of circulation ratings we have adopted 
a system, which, it seems to us, is fair to both publishers 
and advertisers, and under no consideration will a pub- 
lication be rated differently from the rules laid down 
below or from the statements sent in, provided always 
that they be in accordance with the rules governing 
the work. Our definition of the word circulation is 
embodied in the following paragraph, and it is under- 
stood that all ratings, whether sworn to or otherwise, 
must be based on this understanding: 

"The leriithnute circulation of a imbUcation is the 
number of complete copies of each issue used to supply 
its subscribers, )ie}rs companies, newsboys and ojflce 
sales, and such sample copies (not to exceed 10 per 
cent of the total output for any one issue ) , as are le- 
gitimately used for the ]mrpose of securing 7iew sub- 
scribers. Returned, spoiled or unsold copies must be 
deducted." 

Under our system of reports and ratings a circular 
was sent on Jan. 1st to every publication rated in the 
1992 edition, with the request for a new report and 
rating for the 1003 edition. The replies received to 
this circular were divided into three classes, and the 
publication rated in accordance with the statements 
furnished, thus : 

First Class. — The publication for which we received 
a Sworn Statement in Detail for the full year, is rated 
first class. Such ratings are indicated by the use of 
bold face figures, preceded by a figure one in a circle, 
thus: .1-21876. 

Second Class.— The publication for which we received 
a Sworn Statement (Not in Detail) for the full year, is 
rated second class. Such ratings are indicated by the 
use of bold face figures, preceded I)y a figure two in a 
circle, thus: (1-21876. 

Third Class, — The publication for which we received 
a statement or claim (unsupported by affidavit) is rated 
third class. Such ratings are in Roman figures and are 
preceded by a figure three in a circle, thus : 3-21870. 

Fourth Class.— Where no statement or claim was 
made the editor of the Directory supplied an estimate 



based on such information as he possessed or was able 
to gather from other sources. Such ratings are in 
Koman figures, preceded by a figure four in a circle, 
thus: ij -21876. All such estimates were made in ad- 
vance and the figures sent to the publishers for verifi- 
cation, and as there was no reply received, it was held 
to indicate that the estimate was at least suflticient if 
not too high. 

NEWSPAPER ABBREVIATIONS. 

The following abbreviations are used in the news- 
paper reports : /;*(?.— Independent; Z>ew.— Democratic; 
ife/).— Republican ; Pop.— Populist; iVbn-Po?.— Non- 
Political; 8 J)— 8 pages; C/ ;•('.— Circulation; Mo.— 
Monthly; ,S(->ho.— Semi-Monthly ; Qwar.— Quarterly. 

EXPLANATION OF GAZETTEER MATTER. 

* County seats are indicated by the use of an asterisk 
(*) immediately following the name of the place, thus : 
BOSTON*. 

tThe figures immediately following the names of 
places give the population, according to the govern- 
ment census of 1900, with the exception of such states 
as have since taken a state census, in which case the 
state census figures are used; other exceptions to 
this rule have been made in the many iilaces which 
have enjoyed a phenomenal growth during the past 
decade, in such cases the pojjulation figures have been 
taken from the local school census ; all such estimates 
are indicated by the use of a dagger (t) immediately 
following the figures. The figures giving county popu- 
lation are practically all from the government census 
of 1900 — the only exception being in counties where 
the population of its leading city had outgrow^n the 
population of the county as given in the census reports 
of 1900; all such figures have ajso been taken from the 
local school census and are indicated by the use of a 
dagger (t) immediately following the figures. 

The atjbreviations used for the railroads are those 
ordinarily employed by railroad people in their folders 
and guides. 

The best (highest price) hotel is the one usually given, 
except in the larger cities where a popular price or 
"Commercial" house is given. 

The valuations are taken both from the local and 
government reports, and while they do not always give 
the exact wealth of a city, they give a clear idea which 
will be found useful for commercial purposes. 

POINTS FOR PUBLISHERS. 

1st.— All sworn statements m,ust be sworn to before a 
notary public, a justice of the peace, a magistrate or 
some officer properly qualified to administer an oath, 
and must bear his official seal. 

2d.— All statements, whether sworn to or otherwise, 
must be signed with a pen by the publisher. 

3d.— Unless a new statement of circulation is fur- 
nished for each edition, the statement appearing in the 
previous edition will be used and rated fourth class. 



PART 1. 

GAZETTEER AND NEWSPAPER 

DIIRECTORY. 



ALABAMA. 



Capital. Montgomerj-. Settled at Mobile bay by Frenchmen in 1702. Population 1,828,697. Area, 51756 
sq. miles. Acres of farmland, 18,855,000. value of farm land, .§70.000,000: annual value of farm products, 
§57,000.000. State debt, .Sll, 992,619. Vote in 1900 : Dem. 97131 ; Kep. 55512; Ptop. -±178: Pro. 2762. 

Alabama is bounded on the north by Tennessee ; on the east by Georgia; on the south by Florida and the (Julf 
of Mexico and on the west by Mississippi. From the mountains in the northeastern portion, the surface gradually 
slopes southward, except in the Tennessee valley, and all the middle and southern sections are low and level. 
The state is drained by the Tennessee river in the north, by the Alabama and Tombigbee in the centre and south- 
west and by the Chata'hoochee in the southeast. In the Tennessee valley is the great cereal belt of the state ; 
vast stores of iron and coal are found in the mountainous northeast; south of there is an immense tract of fer- 
tile soil stretching away across the state and known as the Black belt, where immense crops of cotton are raised ; 
and all along the coast are sandy plains known as the Piney woods region, where are great forests of i^ine, mag- 
nolia, sweet bav. live oak and cvpress. Lumber, rosin and turpentine are exported from this region. Agricm- 
ture furnishes employment to 400.000 people, on 140,000 farms, valued at .§80,000,000. Over 700,000 bales of 
cotton and 40,000,000 bushels of cereals are produced on the farms every year and the total annual value of the 
farm products is ,^57, 000,000. Iron and coal are found in immense quantities in the mineral region and what 
is of the greatest "advantage, near together. The production of pig-iron has increased in the last decade till 
there are 50 blast furnaces annually prodixcing 1 ,000,000 tons of pig-iron and in this business Alabama 'ranks 
next to Pennsylvania and Ohio. Granite and many different varieties of marlile are found in profusion, as well as 
slate and limestone. AVithin a few years the state has made rapid strides in manufactures, till now it is becom- 
ing more of a manufacturing than an agricultural state. The principal manufactured products include iron and 
steel goods, cars, iron pipes and drains, flour and grist miU products, cotton goods and sawed lumber. Alabama 
lias 66 counties and newspapars are published in ail. The principal cities and towns are : Mobile, Birmingham, 
Montgomery, Anniston, Selma, Huntsville, Florence, Pratt Mine, Gadsden and Bessemer. 



ABBEVILLE*, (twp.) 2639; Henry, 36147 ; 90m SE of 
Montgomery, terminus Abbeville .Junction & Abbe- 
ville br. A. S. Ky. Has saw and grist mills and wagon 
factory. Trade centre for cotton raising district. Ex- 
I)ress;' Telegraph. Bank of Abbeville. Lee House. 

Times— Thursday ; Dem;Est. '83;4p 16x22; 

Sub. ^1. Newman & Adams. Cire (J)-725 

ALBERTVILLE, (twp.) 2479; Marshall, 23289; 10m S 
of (iuutersville on Huntsville & Gadsden br. N. C. & 
St. L. Ry. Trade centre for agricultural jiroduce and 
cotton raising section. The State Agricultural School 
and Experiment Station is located here. Express; 
Telegraph. John F. Hooper, banker. 

Marshall Banner— Thursday; Dem; Est. '96; 

8i> 13/2(>; Sub..'?!. J.H.Meigs. Circ.. .(|;-882 

ALDRICH*, 200: Shelby, 236!S4: 19m SW of Colum- 
biana on Birrhingham & Selma br. S. By. Trade centre 
for agricultural section. Express; Telegraph. City 
Nat. Bank, Selma. 

Time-Piece— Saturdav; Rep: Est. '95: 4p 

15xl-'2; Sub. .?1. AldrichPub. Co. Circ..@-359 

ALEXANDER CITY, 1061 : Tallapoosa, 29675 ; 81m SE 
of Birmingham on Columbus & "Western Div. of C. of 
G. Ry. Trade centre for cotton and grain raising dis- 
tict. " Cotton & Oil Mill. Express; Telegraph. Alex- 
ander City Bank. 

Outlook— Fridav ; Dem; Est. '92: 8p 18x24; 

Sub..*!. Outlook Pub. Co. Circ (2-700 

ANDALUSIA*, 551 : Covington, 15.346 : 85m S of Mont- 
gomery : nearest railroad point, Searight. Farming 
and lumbering are leading pursuits. Express; Tele- 
graph, Searight. Bank, Troy. 

News— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 15X22; 

Sub. .•?1. W.H.Jones. Circ ®-827 

ANNISTON*. 9695; Calhoun, 34874; 60m E of Bir- 
mingham on Southern and Louisville & Nashville Rys. 
Has So. Car and Foundry Co., Woodstock, Hercules and 
E. L. Tyler & Co.'s Iron Works, Southern Pipe AVorks, 
Anniston Iron & Steel Co., Anniston (cotton) Mfg. Co., 
Anniston Cordage Co., American Net & Twine Mill, An- 
niston Hosiery Co., carpet, cotton and yarn mills and 
minor industries, employing 4000 hands, with monthly 
l)ay roll of 8200,000. Is trade centre for Anniston Dis- 
trict. Trolley to Oxford and Oxauna. Seat of Southern 
Female College, Barber Memorial College and Noble 
Female Institute. Is ]iopular summer and winter resort. 
Val. $5,383,462. Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Calhoun Hotel. 



Hot Blast— Morning : Dem; Est. '83; 8p 

15x22;Sub. .•j5. Milton A.Smith. Circ... . 3-2100 

Times (weekly edition of Hot Blast)— Thurs- 
day; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 15x22 ; Sub. §1. 
Milton A. Smith. Circ ....3-3100 

Star— Even ing ; Dem ; 8p 15X22; Evening Star 

Pub. Co. Circ ^-1159 

Republic— (Weekly edition of Star); Satur- 
day: Dem; Est. '37; 8p 15x22; Sub. SI. 
Evening Star Pub. Co. Circ ^>2026 

ASHLAND*, 422; Clay, 17099; 23ra SE of Talladega, 
nearest railroad point. Is in a farming district and has 
mining industries. Ex])ress; Telegraph, Ironaton. 
First Nat. Bank, Talladega. 

Standard— Thursday: Dem; Est.'88:4p 15X22; 

Sub. .si. Standard Pub. Co. Circ S-515 

ASHVILLE*. (twp.)362: St. Clair, 19425; 40m NE of 
Birmingham on Ashville & Coosa Ry. In a coal and 
iron mining district. Has numerous saw mills. Is trade 
centre for agricultural district, which iiroduces fruit, 
cotton, grain, tobacco and sorghum. Express; TeJ- 
egraph. First Nat. Bank, Gadsden. 

Southern .ffigis— Wednesday; Ind. Dem;Est. 
'73; 6p 15X22; Sub. 75c. iEgis Pub. Co. 
Gather's Sons. Circ 3 -450 

ATHENS*, 1010; Limestone, 22387; 107m S of Nash- 
ville, leiiu. on Cincinnati. Louisville & New Orleans 
br. L. & N. Ry. Agricultural trade centre. Cotton, 
knitting and flour mills. North Alabama Agricultural 
College, Athens Female college and Trinity college 
for negroes are located here. Express; Telegraph. 
Citizen's Bank. Commercial House. 

Courier— Thursday ; Dem: Est. '80; 8p 14x21; 

Sub. .?1. Robert M. Rawls. Circ l:-1498 

Democrat— Saturday; Dem: Est. '91; 8p 

15x22, Sub. .$1. R. H. AValker. Circ ^-500 

ATTALLA, 1092 ; Etowah, 273C1 ; 57m NE of Birming- 
ham, on Huntsville & Gadsden br. N., C. & St. L.; 
Alabama Mineral div. L. & N., Oueen & Crescent 
Route, and terminus of North Rome & Attalla br. 
Southern Rys. Has iron mines, machine shops, marble 
works and foundry. Trade centre and cotton shijiping 
point. Val. .?450."000. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of 
Attalla. Attalla House. 

Mirror— Thursday; Dem; Est. '88: 4p 15x22: 

.Sub. .§1 . J. .s'. Weeks. Circ g -2300 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPEK DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



BAY MINNETTE, 750; Baldwin, 13104: •2(!m NE of 
Mobile on Louisville »*t Nashville IJy. A lumbering, 
stock raising, farming and manufaeturing town. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Baldwin County Bank. 

American Banner ( Colored)— Saturday ; Rep; 
Est. ■;»:!; 4pl4X20;Sub. .*;1. S.J.Bavkin. 
( ire (3)-1867 

Baldwin Times— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '90; 
ip loX22; Sub. §1.00. Abner J. Smith. 
Circ i|r-850 

BESSEMER*, 0358: Jefierson, 140,420; 13m SW of 
Birnuiigiiani on Alabama Great Southern, I^ouisville 
■& Nashville, Southern and Queen & Crescent Kys. Hag 
seven iron furnaces, with daily output of 1200 tons, 
two iron iiipe ]>lants, 800 coke ovens, rolling mill, fire 
brick works, and minor industries with 3000 emidoyes, 
iind a montlily ]iay roll of .?100,000. Is trade centre' for 
mining and agricultural section with 2r)000 po)). Val. 
.?3, 000, 000. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bessemer Savings 
Bank. 
Journal— Thursday; Ind; Est. '87; 8p 14X22; 

Sub. §1. Price & Jones. Circ 3;-1200 

Weekly— Saturday ; Ind.-Dem; Est. '87; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $1.50. Wm. H. H. Judson. 
Circ Ji- 1000 

BIRMINGHAM*, 38415; Jefferson, 140,420; 9Gm N 
of Montgomery, junction Central of (Georgia, Kansas 
City, Memphis' & Birmingham, Louisville & Nashville, 
Queen & Crescent and four lines S. Rys. Birming- 
ham's growth has been rapid within ti decade. Here 
are : The Birmingham and Alabama Rolling Mills, Ala- 
bama Steel & Shii)building Co., Bridge & Boiler Co., 
Birmingham Machine & Foundry Co., East Birming- 
ham Iron Roofing & Corrugating Co., Smelting Co. (brass 
works), Sloss Iron & Steel Co., Smith's Sons' Gin & Ma- 
chine Co., Worthington Mingo Pratt Gin Co., Decatur 
Car Wheel & Mfg. Co., American & Corona Coal & 
Coke companies, Virginia & Alabama Coal Co., F. (x. 
Kinney & Co., oil mills; Birmingham Comi)ress and 
Cotton Mfg. companies, Avondale Cotton Mill, Alabama 
and Phil Schillinger Brewing companies, twenty-six 
blast furnaces, with daily capacity of 4000 tons," and 
other industries, employing 35000 'people, with month- 
ly pay roll of .'J2, 250, 000. Birmingham is the cotton 
raising, coal and iron mining and manufacturing trade 
and jobbing centre for northern Alabama, with 250,000 
pop. and an annual trade of .$00,000,000, a region pro- 
ducing 2,000,000 tons iron ore, 1,100,000 tons pig iron, 
1,800,000 tons coke and 8,400,000 tons coal in a single 
year. Trolley to Pratt City. Bessemer, East Lake, Ens- 
ley, Avondale and Woodlawn. Birmingham is the seat 
of Howard (Baptist) College, Northern Alabama (Meth- 
odist) College, Colored Normal Training School, Hill- 
man and Sisters of Charity Hospitals, St. Vincent Hos- 
pital, Davis & Davis and'Wilson & Brown Infirmaries. 
ya\. .'?20,000,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank. Florence Hotel. 

Aee-Herald— Morning ;Dem; Est.'87; 10-40p 
° 15x22; Sub. §8. Age-Herald Pub. Co. 

t'iic D-IOOOO 

Age-Herald— Sunday; Dem; 20-40p 15x22; 

Sub. .•S2. Age-Herald Pub. Co. Circ ^13000 

Age-Herald— Friday ; Dem; Est. '87; 12-lOp 
° 15  22; Sub. 50c. Age-Herald Pub. Co. 

(ire D-15000 

Alabamian— Weekly ; Pol. ; Est. 1901 ; C. H. 

Bliss. Circ (g)-6800 

Baptist— Thursday ; Est. '74; 8p 11X17; Sub. 

§1.50. Rev. Frank Willis Burnett. Circ..®-6025 
Baptist— Monthly ; Est. '88; 8p IIXIG; Sub. 

50c. B.D.Gray. Circ $-585 

Christian Advocate— Thursday; Methodist; 
Est. \si; KJp 11X15; Sub. $1.50. S. P. 
West. Circ (f-eOOO 

Christian Companion— Bi-Wkly; Presbyteri- 
an; Est. ■'.t8;8p 11X18; Sub. $1. Robert 
M. Latimer. Circ (^-1200 

Christian Hope (Colored)— Friday; Rep; Est. 

■'.i:;; 4p ]:!X20; Sub. .*il.25. Rev. L. S. 

Steinliack. Circ (3)-890 

Courier (German)— Saturday; lnd;Est. '93;8p "^ 

17 -24; Sub. .•s2. 25. City P^per Co. Circ...®-855 

Dixie Home and Manufacturer— Friday; In- 
dustrial; Est. il.j; l(;p IIXIO; Sub. $1. 
Dixie Home Pub. Co. Circ @-20000 

Educational Exchange— Monthly; Est. '85; 
4(1]) 7X1(1; Sail. .si. The Dewberry Co. 
<-;ire (E-2000 



Labor Advocate— Saturday; Labor; Est. '90; 

8p 10, -22 ; Sub. .SI. Labor Advocate Pub. 

Co. Circ ®-2257 

Ledger— Evening ; Dem; Est. '96; 8-24p 

18x24; Sub. .§3. Ledger Pub. Co. Circ..'j)-13980 
News— Evening ; Dem; Est. '88; 10-24p 

17x23; Sub. .*5. Rufus N. Rhodes. 

<'iic 1-13433 

Sentinel (Colored)— Saturday; Rep; Est. '94; 

4ii 15x22; Sub. iSl. 50. P.J.Ellis. Circ.. .3 -1200 

Times— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '94; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. $1. Times Pub. Co. Circ ®-2260 

BOAZ*, 253; Marshall, 23289; 10m S of Guntersville 
on Huntsville & Gadsden br. N. C. & St. L. Ry. Is a 
cotton raising district. Site of State M. E. 'College. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank, Gadsden. 

Signal— Thursday; Pop; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. .SI. C.L.Noel. Circ -1-1068 

BREWTON*, 1382: Escambia, 11320; 73m NE of 
Mobile on Mobile and Montgomery div. Louisville & 
Nashville Ry. Trade centre for agricultural territory. 
Two large sawmills and shingle mills. Manufactures 
lumber and timber for foreign and domestic use. 
Brewton Institute is located here. Summer and winter 
resort. Val. $3,500,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Brewton. 

Pine Belt News— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '94; 

8ii 13 • 20; Sub. .?1. At. D. Sowell. Circ... (J -800 



Standard Gauge— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '87; 
4p 18 • 24: Sub. $1. C. W. Bobbins. Circ. 3-1 



000 



BROOKWOOD, 1550; Tuscaloosa, 36147: 18in NE of 
Tuscaloosa on Louisville & Nashville Ry. and centers 
Air Line & N. and Mobile and Miss. Rys. Coal min- 
ing, lumber, agriculture and live stock centre. Express ; 
Telegraph. Bank, Tuscaloosa. 

Herald— Saturday; Est. '98; 8p 16x22: Sub. 

•SI. Phil I'aiiiter. Circ 'D-1027 

Herald— Monthly ; Est. 1901; 16p 12x16; 

Sub. $1. Phil Painter. Circ !l)-1000 

BRUNDIDGE, 537; Pike, 29172; 11m SE of Troy on 
I'lant System Ky. Is the trade centre for agricultural 
district". Express; Telegraph. Brundidge Banking Co. 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '93; 4p 11x16; 

Sub. $1. 'J.E.Graves. Circ 3:-1020 

B'UTLER*, 200 : Choctaw, 18136 ; 30m SE of Meridian, 
Miss. Daily mail to Meridian. A centre for agricul- 
tural i)roduce. Express; Telegraph, Meridian, Miss. 
First Nat. Bank, Meridian, Miss. 

Choctaw Alliance— Tuesday; Pop; Est. '92; 

4p 15 22; Sub. .Sl. Moody & Barefield. 

Circ ®-300 

Herald— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '75; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. . SI. W.L.Gray. Circ ®-650 

CAMDEN*, i78; Wilcox, 35631: 36m SW of Selma; 
4m S of Alabama river. Is the trade centre for a farm- 
ing and cattle section, also a shii)i)ing i)oiut for corn, 
oats, timber and cotton. Exjjress ; Telegraph. Banking 
& Exchange, Alex. S. Katzenberg. Wilcox House. 

Progressive Era— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. 
I'.tOO: 4p 13x20; Sub. $1. McLean & 
Hunter. Circ ®-900 

CARROLLTON*, 1565 ; Pickens, 24402 ; 30m SE of Co- 
lumbus. Miss. : nearest railroad point, Eutaw. Is in a 
cotton and grain growing district. Express ; Telegraph ; 
Bank of Carrollton. 

"West Alabamian— Wednesday ; Dem ; Est. '49 ; 

4p 15x22; Sub. $1. W.N.Dale. Circ...(i)-1125 

CENTRE*, 282: Cherokee, 21096: 20m N of Jackson- 
ville on Coosa river. Tri-weekly steamer to Rome, Ga. 
Is in a cotton and wheat growing section. Express; 
Telegraph, Cedar Bluff. First Nat. Bank, Gadsden. 

Harmonizer— Thursday; Local; Est. '93; 4p 

18,., 24; Sub. .SI. G. M. Holder. Circ $-760 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '78; 4-6p 20x26; 

Sub. SI. Shropshire Bros. Circ (S)-875 

CENTREVILLE*, 422 ; Bibb, 18498 ; 45m NW of Selma 
on Mobile & Ohio Ry. Here arc extensive coal and iron 
ore deposits. Is a farming community also. Express; 
Telegraph. Bibb Co. Banking A: Trust Co. 



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Press -Thurs day; Deiu; Est. ".t5 ; 81)15x22; 

Sub. SI. S. F. & L. H. Numielee. Circ. ..#-000 

CITRONELLE, (twp.) (!06; Mobile, G2740; 33m N of 
JSIoliile on -Mobile vK: Ohio Ky. Ts secoiul largest town 
in the eounty. is trailing and shi]ii)ing centre for 
surrounding region. Is a iiopular winter re.sort. Ex- 
]>ress; Telegraph. 

Call— Saturday; Est. '97; 4p 15X22; Sub. $1. 

Brethren .School Co. Giro (J)-225 

Times— Saturday ; Local; Est. '97; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .SI. Mildred B. Fierce. Giro (J)-758 

CLANTON*, <">11: Chilton, 1C522; 42m N of Mont- 
gomery on Louisyille & Nashville Ry. Has small saw 
mills. " Is trade centre for farming and lumbering 
l)opulation of 20000. Local summer resort. Express; 
Telegraph. First Xat. Bank. 

Banner— Thursday ; lud. Dem; Est. '92; 8p 

13 X 22; Sub. SI. Frank Crichton. Circ.i2)-1080 

CLAYTON*, 908; Barbour, 35152; 20m AV of Eufaula 
and Cioin SE of Montgomery on Eufaula & Ozark br. C. 
of (t. Ky. Industries: Guano factory, saw and grist 
mills. Has large cotton business. Express ; Telegraph. 
Citizens' Bank. Enterprise Hotel. 

Eecord— Friday; Dem; Est. '70; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. t. H. & A. Y. Lee. Giro ®-768 

COLLINSVILLE, 524; De Kalb, 23558; 65m S of 
Chattanooga, Tenn. on Alabama Great Southern Ry. 
Has small tanneries. Ships .S100,000 chickens-and eggs 
]>er annum. Draws farming trade of .$500,000. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Fort Payne Bank. Fort Fayne, Ala. 
Clipper— Wednesday; Ind; Est. '92; 4p 

13x20; Sub. SI. J.C.Norwood. Circ....@-1100 

COLUMBIA, 1132; Henry, 36147; 20m S of Fort 
(hiiiies, terminus Macon, Smithville, Albany and Co- 
lumbia br. C. of G. Ky. Its chief industry is the manu- 
facture of naval stores and lumber. Is trade centre for 
an agricultural district, and has a cotton factory. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Manufacturers' Bank. Crawford 
Hotel. 
Breeze— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI F. F. Raerber. Girc ®-500 

COLUMBIANA*, 1075; Shelby, 23684; 70m NW of 
Montgomery on Louisville & Nashville and Southern 
Kys. There are large deposits of coal and iron here. 
Is'a shipping point for jiig iron and cotton. Express; 
Telegraph. Gordon Du Bose, Banker. Central House. 

Advocate— Thursday : Fop ; Est. '92 ; 4pl8x 24 ; 

Sub. SI. J.F.Norris. Giro (D-776 

Chronicle— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '83; 4p 

l.s,- 24; Sub. SI. Nelson G. White. Girc...(J;-550 

COURTLAND, 488 ; Lawrence, 20124; 21m E of Deca- 
tur on ^lemphis and Charleston Ry. Express; Tele- 
graph. Merchants Bank, Decatur. 

Enterprise— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '94 ; 4pl5 x 22 ; 

Sub. SI. C. M. Sherrod. Giro ®-625 

CULLMAN*, 1255 ; Cullman, 17849 ; 35m S of Decatur 
on Cincinnati, Louisville & New Orleans div. L. & N. 
Ky. Here are jtlaning, furniture, cabinet, cotton oil, 
guano, handle and si)0ke factories. Is in a fruit and 
grape growing district. A^al. .$380,000. Exi)ress ; Tel- 
egrajih. Farker & Co., Bankers. Arnold Hotel. 

Tribune— Saturday; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 

16x22; Sub. SI. Hewlitt Bros. Girc (S-1800 

DADEVILLE*, 1136; Tallapoosa, 29675; 45m NE of 
Montgomery on Birmingham, Columbus & Macou div. 
C. of G. Ry. Has wagon and buggy manufactories, 
cotton oil mills, fertilizer factory, sash, door and blind 
factory and is trade centre for cotton and lumber sec- 
tion. Express; Telegraph. Ridgway Hotel. 

Herald-Friday; Dem; Est. '86; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. SI. Jno. W. Fleming. Girc @-625 

Monthly— Non. Pol. Est. 1901 ; 8p ; Sub. 25c. 

Ala. Monthly Fub. Co. Girc @-1000 

Spot Cash— Friday; Est. '98; 4p 15X22; Sub. 

50c. ,1. L.Nelson. Girc @-865 

DECATUR*, 3114; Morgan, 28820; 122m S of Nash- 
ville, Tenn., junction Louisville & Nashville and 
Southern Rys. ; on Tennessee river. Its principal indus- 
tries are iron furnaces, saw and shingle planing mills, 
foundries and machine shops, ice and horseshoe nail 
factories. The repair shops of the Louisville & Nash- 
ville Ry. are here, as is a large plant of the United States 



Rolling Stock Co. is a trade centre for a grain, cotton 
and tobacco ]>roduciiig district, in which iron, timber 
and coal are abundant. Val. $950,821. Express; Tel- 
egraph. First Nat. Bank. American House. 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '70; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. SI. Walter M. Grubbs. Girc (g)-2300 

DEMOPOLIS, 5000; Marengo, 38315 ; 50m W of Selma 
on <'hattaiio<)ga, Cleveland & Meridian br. S. Ry. ; on 
Toml)igl>ee and Black Warrior river, with steamers to 
Mobile. Here are cotton seed oil, lumber, woolen, saw 
and grist mills. Is a trade centre and cotton shii))>ing 
port. Yal. S492,2()0. Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank. Demopolis Inn. 

Dispatch— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 

17 ■24; Sub. SI. Temple Jackson. Circ...®-315 

Express— Thursday; Dem; Est. '91 ;4pl7x24; 

Sub. SI. H. W. Haydeu. Circ ®-900 

DOTHAN, 3275; Henry, 36147; 119m SE of Mont- 
gomery on I'lant System Ky. Has cotton press, fertilizer 
factory, four turpentine distilleries, three variety mills 
and saw mills, employing nearly 1600 people." One 
('ottonseed oil mill. Draws farming trade of SI, 500, 000 
annually. Express ; Telegrajih. First Nat. Bank. 

Wire Grass Sif tings— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. 
'90; 8p 15x22; Sub. $1. Williams & 
Loveless. Girc @-i907 

DOUBLE SPRINGS*, 110; Winston, 9554; 15mNEof 
Lynn, nearest railroad jjoint. Agricultural section. 
E"x]iress; Telegraph, Haleysville. The Bank of Jasper, 
Jasper. Cullman House. ' 

Herald— Friday ; Dem; Est. '81; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. Geo. W. Adkins. Girc ®-790 

EAST LAKE, 500; Jefferson, 140,420; suburb of Bir- 
mingham. Howard College (Baptist) here. 

Howard Collegian— Monthly ; Est. '97; 8p 

r.X'.t; Sub. .si. Circ ®-515 

EDWARDSVILLE*, 398 ; Cleburne, 13206 ; 27m E of 
Annistoii on Atlanta & Birmingham br. S. Ky. A farm- 
ing community. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Annis- 
toii, Anniston'. 

Standard News— Friday; Dem; Est. '81; 4p 

11x18; Sub. fl. J.White. Girc 3-675 

ELBA*, 635; Coffee, 20972; 30m S of Troy, termi- 
nus South AVestern Alabama Ry. Agricultural district. 
Has saw mills, turpentine stills. Express; Telegraph, 
Brantley. First Bank of Elba. 
Elba Clipper— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $1. Fowell & Garmicliael. 
Girc (|)-4000 

EUFAULA*, 4532; Barbour, 35152; 80m SE of Mont- 
gomery, junction Eufaula & Ozark and Macon, Ameri- 
cus, Eufaula & Montgomery brs. C. of G. Ky. ; on Chatta- 
hoochee river, head of steamboat navigation. Is a trade 
centre for manufacturing and farming district. Its 
industries : Ice plants, oil and machine shops, carriage 
and bagging factories, cotton mills, fertilizer mill and 
brick and tile factory. Has heavy cotton shipping 
trade. Val. $2,100,000. Express; Telegraph. East 
Alabama Nat. Bank. Arlington Hotel. 

Times— Evening ex Sat; Dem; Est. '82; 4p 

16x22; Sub. $5. A. L. Muir. Girc ®-525 

Times and News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '45; 

4p 22;- 29; Sub. $1- A. L Muir. Girc ®-2050 

EUTAW*, 884; Greene, 24182; 35m SW of Tusca- 
loosa on Oueen & Crescent Ky. Is a cotton growing 
and stock raising district. Has two cotton oil mills. 
Express; Telegi-aph. First Nat. Bank. Alexina Hotel. 

Mirror— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '79; 4p 

15x22; Sub. SI. B. M. Barrington. Girc..®-750 

Whig and Observer— Thursday ; Dem; Est. 
'37; 4p 20x26; Sub. SI. Mrs. Jauie Du 
Bois Monroe Rutherford. Girc (I)-750 

EVERGREEN*, 1277; Conecuh. 17514; 80m S of 
Montgomery on Louisville & Nashville Ky. Trade 
centre for agricultural territory. Seat of Agricultural 
and Mechanical College, and Baptist Orphans' Home. 
Popular winter resort for Northerners. Val. $1,502, - 
000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Evergreen. Mag- 
nolia Hotel. 

Courant— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '95; 8p 

15.<22; Sub. SI. Geo. W. Salter, Jr. Girc.®-750 

Record— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '94; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. $1. F.C.Walker. Circ ®-825 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



FALKVILLE, ^t\^i>.)2548; Morgan. 28820; 20m S of 
Decatur (lu L. cS: N. Ky. Is an agricultural and milling 
town. Falkville Normal College is located here. Val. 
S30,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Deca- 
tur. American House. 
Chronicle-Friday ; Dem ; Est. '96; 8plox22; 

Sul). .■^l. J. W. & A. E. Hewlett. Giro S-650 

FAYETTE*, (twp.)2008; Fayette, 14132; 82m W of 
Birmingham on Southern Ry. Trade centre for agri- 
cultural section. Hasan oil mill. Express ; Telegraph. 
Fayette County Bank. 
Fayette Banner— Thursday; Non-Pol; Est. 

i;u)0: 8p 13X20; Sub. .SI. S. H. Morris. 

Circ (1-1200 

FLORENCE*! 6478; Lauderdale, 26559; 60m E of 
C'orintli, Miss, on Southern and Nashville, Florence & 
Sheffield div. L. & N. and Northern Alabama Kys. ; on 
Tennessee river, with passenger and freight steamer 
connections for all river points. Has Cherry Cotton 
Mills, Ashcraft Cotton Mills, Florence Wagon AVorks. 
Sloss-Shcffield Iron and Steel Co., Florence Pump & 
LumV)er Co.. Florence Machine Works, Alabama Stove 
Co., Bellamv Planing Mills, Florence Stove Works, 
Tenn. Valley Fertilizer Co., Florence Cotton & Oil 
Co., Florence Ice Co., Florence Milling Co. and minor 
industries, employing over 1000 people. Is trade 
centre for northwest Alabama. Seat of State Normal 
College. Val. .S2.836.G00. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank. Commercial Hotel. 
Herald— Fridav ; Dem; Est. '86; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. R. F. Bunting. Circ X-1948 

Times— Friday ; Dem; Est. 1900; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .-;l. 31. W. Camper. Circ '1-2000 

FORT DEPOSIT, 1091; Lowndes, 35651 ; 18m S of 
Hayneville on Louisville & Nashville Ry. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Greenville, Greenville. 

Mail (Colored)— Fridav; Dem: Est. 1901; 4p 

15x22; Sub. .?1. Graves Little. Circ (D-300 

FORT PAYNE*, 1037; De Kalb. 23558; 51m SW of 
( hattunooga on gueen & Crescent Ry. Is a Uimlierand 
mining district. Here are pottery, foundry, machine, 
stove and tire clav works. Express; Telegraph. Fort 
Pavne Bank. De'Kalb Hotel. 

'78; 8p 
.Smith. Circ... 3^-1080 

Times— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '96; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. .^1. C. Yewell. Circ i:3;-1250 

FRTIITDALE, 250; Washington, 11134: 5.5m NW of 
Mobile on Mobile & Ohio Ry. Grows and ships fruits 
and vegetables. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Mobile. 

Herald— Saturday : Ind; Est. '97; 4p 15X22; 

Sub. .?1. W.P. Gilmer. Circ (5-550 

FRUITHTJRST, 374; Cleburne, 13206; 5m E of Ed- 
wardsville on Southern Ry. Inhabitants are principal- 
ly engaged in farming and fruit growing. Express ; 
Telegraph. Bank, Anniston. 
Enterprise-Thursday; Est. '98;8p 11X16; 

Sub. SI. Enterprise Printing Co. Circ (^-825 

GADSDEN*, 4282; Etowah, 27361; 67m NE of Bir- 
mingham on Southern, Queen & Crescent and Alabama 
Mineral div. L. & N., terminus Chattanooga Southern 
and Huntington & Gadsden br. N., C. & St. L. Rys.; on 
Coosa river, with passenger and freight Iwat connection 
for imjiortant river ports. Has Southern Car Co., 
Alabama Wire and Steel Company; Gadsen Car and 
Foundry Co., iron pipe and casting; Kyle Lumber Co., 
Southern Mfg. Co., lumber, sasli, doors and blinds; 
Mecklan Wagon Co., and minor industries, employing 
4000 peoi!le, with monthly pay roll of §1(10,000. Is 
farming and manufacturing trade centre for surround- 
ing country, with annual trade of §25,000, 000. Trolley 
to Attalla and Alabama Citv. Is summer resort. Val". 
§10.000.000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Printuj) House. 
Journal-Tribune— Tuesday and Friday ; Dem ; 

Est.'89;Sp 13x20; Sub. igl. W.S. Griffith. 

Circ 't-800 

Times-News— ^londay and Thursday; Dem; 

Est. '67; 4p 12x18; Sub. $1. W. M.Meeks 

& Son. Circ (2)-3941 

GATE CITY, ; Jefferson, 140.420; 5m NE of Bir- 
mingham on Louisville & Nashville, (^ueen & Crescent 
and Southern Rys. Has rolling mills, coal and iron 
mines. Furniture Factory. Exiiress, Birmingham; 
Telegrajdi. First Nat. Baiik. Birmingham. 



Journal— '^ednesdav; Dem; Est. 
15X22 ; Sub. .si. Thos. H. Smitl 



Humming Bird— Saturday; Neutral; Est. '92; 
4ii 15x22: Sub. .si. T. H. Larrimore. 
(Prints editions for Brookside. Weekly; 
East Lake, Visitor ; Trussville, Life; West 
End. Banner; and Woodlawn, Gem). 
Comb. Circ ,g-1050 

GENEVA*, 1032; Geneva, 19096; 37m SE of Montgom- 
ery oil Clioctawhatchee river. Steamers from Caryville, 
on Louisville and Nashville Ry. (Ala. A: Fla. Div. > Fla.,^ 
connecting with Pensacola' and Atlantic Railroad. 
Agricultural trade centre. Val. §841,097. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Geneva. 
Reaper— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '01 ; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. E. M. .lohnson. Ciic 3 -800 

GOODWATER, 728; Coosa, 16144; 17m NE of Rock- 
ford on Central of Georgia Ry. In a farming district 
Express; Telegraph. Farmers' & Merchants' Bank. 

Advocate— Thursdav ; Dem; Est. '70: Op 

IS X 24 ; Sub. . SI. H.M.Burns. Circ 3-725 

Democrat— Dem; Est. 1901; P. A. .lackson. 

Circ 3-500 

GREENSBORO*, 2416 ; Hale. 31011 : 100m SW of Bir- 
mingham oil Selma and Akron br. .S. Ily. Agricultural 
trade centre. Seat of Southern University. Val. 
.?100,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of (ireensboro. 
Greensboro Hcmse. 

Beacon— Wednesday ; Dem: Est. '35; 4p 

2ti  2(5; Sub. .si".50. H. G. Benners. Circ. 4-675 

University Monthly— t Monthly; Collegiate; 

Est. '84; 50p6X9; Sub. §1. Circ 4-275 

■Watchman— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '76; 4p 
l.s 24; Sub. .§1.50. AVm. E. W. Yerbv. 
Circ '..4-70a 

GREEN"\riLLE*, 3162: Butler. 25761; 44in S of 
Montgomery on Louisville & Nashville Ry. Has Gulf 
Red Cedar Co. Planing 31 ills, Shingle Factory, Iron 
AVorks and Novelty Works. Greenville 3Iills. Ice fac- 
tory, Dunham and AV. T. Smith Lumber comiianies and 
cotton seed oil mills. Is trade centre for large agri- 
cultural and lumbering section. A'al. .§1,500.000. Ex- 
press; Telegra])h. Bankol Greenville. Ehlbert's Hotel. 

Advocate— Wednesdav : Dem; Est. '(55; 8p 

15 22 ; Sub. .§1. J. B. Stanley. Circ 3 -221 7 



Living Truth— Friday ; Dem; Est. '91; 8p 
13x20; Sub. §1. A.Lehman. Circ 3-2 



160. 



GROVE HILL*, 225: Clarke. 27790: 18m NE of 
.Jackson: nearest railroad jioiiit, Whately. In stock, 
raising and farming district. Express; Telegraphs 
First Nat. Bank, Thomasville. 
Democrat— Thursdav ; Dem; Est. '56; 4p 

13 2i); Sub. §1." Isaac Grant. Circ 4-560 

GUNTERSyiLLE*, (twp.) 650; Marshall, 23289: 165m 
SE of Nashville, Tenn. on Huntsville & Gadsden br. N.^ 
C. & St. L. Ry. Agricultural trade centre. Cotton 
shii)piiig point. Exjtress; Telegraph. Bank of Giin- 
tersville. Alabama House. 

Democrat— Thursdav ; Dem; Est. '80; 4n 

20x26; Sub. ^1. Mrs. E. O. Neely. Circ. 3-1300 

GURLEY. 831 ; Madison, 43702 ; 80m SAV of ChatU- 
nooga, Tenn. on Memjihis div. .S. Ry. Has Nininger- 
Craven Co., woodenware, pails and" buckets: Gurley 
Handle Co., tool handles; Enteri)rise Spoke Co. ana 
lumber mills. Trade centre for fanning and manufac- 
turing region with 35000 i)op. Val. .slOO.OOO. Ex- 
jiress; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Huntsville. 
Herald— Thursdav : Dem ; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. H.S.Shackelford. Circ f-919 

HAMILTON*, (twp.) 235; Marion, 14494; 4.5m NE of 
Aberdeen, 3iiss. ; nearest railroad point, (iuiu. In- 
dustry: Farming. W^est Alabama Agricultural .School 
and Experiment Station here. Express; Telegraph, 
Guin. First Nat. Bank, Aberdeen, Miss. 
Ne-WS- Thursday ; Dem; Est. '86; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. S. E. & G. J. AVilson. Circ g:-1150 

HANCEVILLE, (twp.) 250; Culpnan, 23119: 9m S of 
Cullman on Louisville & Nashville Ry. Railroad ter- 
minal of tlie Stouts Mt. Ry. Agriculture and mining. 
Ex])ress; Telegraph. Parker & Co., Bankers, Cull- 
man. 
Hustler— Thursdav; Ind; Est.' 93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 75c. Mrs. Julia H. Gillesi)ie. Circ... 3 -500 



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HARTSELLS, f'70: Morgan. 28820: 13m S of Deca- 
tur on l.diiisville A: Xashville Ry. Has saw and grist 
iuill>. Imulier and marble yards,' also gas and oil wells. 
A small trade centre. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank. Decatur. Hartsells Hotel. 

Enquirer— Thursday; Dem; Est. '87; 4p 

IS L'4; Sub. ?1. J.C.Orr. Circ S-BOO 

HAYNEVILLE*, 355; Lowndes, 35651; 22m SW of 

Montgomery. Stage accommodation to hetohatchee. 
Gram and cotton grown. Grist mill and wagon factory. 
Exiiress: Telegraph. Bank of Montgomery, Mont- 
gomery. 

Citizen-Examiner— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '68 ; 
4p -II  IT,; Sub. .Si. 50. (iarrett iS: Varner. 
( ire. ®-780 

News— Frulav; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. SI. "Arthur W. Hall. Circ ®-1090 

HEFLIN. -tiiO: Cleburne, 13206; 7m SW of Edwards- 
villr on Atlanta it (ireenville br. S. Ry. Charcoal, 
cotton and lumlier shipped from here. Gold and 
cojiper mining. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Annis- 
ton. 
New Era -Saturday; Dem; Est. '00; 4p 

1 5 2:.' : Sub. SI.' Will G. Porter. Circ. . . .®-400 

HUNTSVILLE''. 146-42; Madison, 43702 : 131m S of 
Nashville. Tenn. on Western div. S. and Tennessee & 
Coosa div. X., C. & St. L. Rvs. Has Dallas (cotton) 
Mfg. Co., West Huntsville &'Huntsville Cotton Mills, 
Spring City (flour) Mills, INIerrimack .^Ifg. Co.'s JNlills, 
AVest Huntsville Furniture factory, Huntsville Spoke 
and Handle factory and Alabama Cotton Oil Co., em- 
))loving 12000 jieoide. Is leading city and trade centre 
in Tennessee Valley, with farmmg pop. of 300,000, and 
leading cotton manufacturing city in Alabama. Seat 
<jf Huntsville Female College and Academy for Boys, 
State Agricultural and Mechanical College for Negroes 
and Lowrv and Westmoreland Intirmary. Has general 
offices Alabama Cotton Oil Co. Is summer and winter 
resort with several tine hotels. Val. (tvv]).) $;3,725,000. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Huntsville 
Hotel. 
Democrat— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '23; 4p 

20x26; Sub. SI. Misses Virginia C. & S. 

W. Clay. Circ ®-675 

Journal (Colored)— Thursday; Ind; Rep; Est. 

'.i.'.;4p 15X22; Sub. $1. H. C. Biuford & 

Sons. Circ 4-1500 

Mercurv— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '85; 

4-6p 15x22; Sub. $8. Mercury Pub. Co. 

Circ S-1000 

Mercury— "Wednesday; Dem; Est. '16; 8p 

15 -24; Sub. .SI. Mercury Pub. Co. Circ.4)-3000 
Post— Evening ex Sunday; Dem: Est. '99; 4p 

15X22; Sub. S4. Jordan & O'Neal. Circ. . 3)-975 

Post— Thursday: Dem; Est. 1900; 8p 15X22; 

Sul). SI . Jordan & O'Neal. Circ 

Tribune— Kvening; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. S5. Charles P. Lane. Circ Cj)-700 

Tribune— Tuesday ; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. 50c. Charles P. Lane. Circ @-825 

JACKSON, ('twp.)1039; Clarke, 27790: 61m N of Mo- 
bile on Southern Railway. Agricultural trade centre. 
Saw mills. Has fine sulphur water. Express; Tele- 
grajih. First Nat. Bank. 

South Alabamian-Saturday; Dem; Est. '87; 
4p 15x22; Sub. SI. John S. Graham. 
Circ ®-340 

JACKSONVILLE*, 1176; Calhoun, 34874; 51m SW 
oi Rome, Ga. on Chattanooga, Cleveland & Meridian 
br. S. Ry. Shipping point for iron, coal, lumber, cotton 
and cottonseed oil. A trade centre for farming district. 
Calhoun College and a State Normal School located 
here. A winter resort. Val. .SI, 947, 460. Express; 
Telegrajih. Tredegar Nat. Bank. The Iron Queen Hotel. 
Republican- Thursday; Dem; Est. '.36; 4p 

17.;24; Sub. SI. E.W.Wellichampe. Circ...®-500 

JASPER*, 1661 ; Walker, 25162 ; 35mNWof Birming- 
ham on Kansas City, Ft. Scott and Memphis and 
Northern Alabama Rys. Extensive coal deposits. A 
trade centre for cotton growing and lumber district. 
Express; Telegraph. Jasper Trust Co. Bowdery Hotel. 
Mountain Eagle— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '72; 

Sp 16x22; Sub. §1. J.C.Norwood. Circ..3)-1230 



LAFAYETTE*, 1629: Chambers, 32554; 85m NE of 
.Montgomery on Opclika iV Uoanoke br. Lafayette Ry. 
Cotton and grain market for vicinity. Val. (twp.) 
S465,983. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bank of Lafayette. 
Nyley House. 

Sun— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. A.' W. Holstien. Circ T-1860 

LEIGHTON, (twp.) 506; Colbert. 22341: 11m E of 
Tuscimibia on 3Iemphis <liv. .Southern Ry. In agricul- 
tural section. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, 
Florence. 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. SI . F. W. McCormack. Circ 3 -595 

LINDEN*, ftwp.i 250; Marengo, 38315; 18m S of 
Demojjolis and 52m \V of Selma ; ne.arest railroad point, 
Demopolis. Is a fine farming centre. Cattle and sheep 
graziug. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, De- 
mopolis. 

Democrat— Friday; Dem; Est. '92;4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. AVm. Cunningham. Circ (J)-326 

Reporter— Friday ; Dem; Est. '79; 4pl5x22; 

Sub. SI. John E. Hecker. Circ ®-408 

LIVINGSTON*, 851; .Sumter, 32710; 37m NE of Me- 
ridian, Miss, and 80m W of .Selma on Queen & Cres- 
cent Ry. Health resort, Avith mineral si)riiigs. Seat of 
the Alabama Normal College for girls. In a farming 
community. Express; Telegraph. McMillan & Co., 
Bankers. Artesian Hotel. 

Our Southern Home— Thursday ; Dem; Est. 
'65; 8p 18x24; Sub. .§1.50. W. H. Law- 
rence. Circ 3-975 

Sun— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '89; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. SI. 25". C. H. Allen. Circ Ct-1250 

LUVERNE*, 731 ; Crenshaw, 19668; 51m S of Mont- 
gomery, terminus Sprague .Junction & Luverne br. S. 
Ry. Has oil works, cotton gins and guano factory. 
Trade centre for agricultural territory. Val. S300,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank. 

Gleaner— Friday ; Reform ; Est. '95 ; 4p 1 5 x22 ; 

Sub. SI. L. S. Knight. Circ i-668 



Journal— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '94 ; 4p 13 x 20 ; 
Sub. SI. M. Tucker. Circ 



1-560 



MARION*, 1''98 : Perry, 31783 : 78m NW of Montgom- 
ery on Alabama .Southern Ry. Is trade centre for the 
county; in the cotton belt. Seat of .Juds?)n Institute 
(female), Marion Female Seminary and Marion Military 
Institute. Val. S901,(500. Express ; Telegraph. Mar- 
ion Central Bank. Kings House. 

Democrat— Saturday ;Dem ;Est.'97 ; 4p 15X22 ; 

Sub. si. R. A. Wynn. Circ ®-325 

Standard— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '79; 8p 

17 ■24; Sub. .§1. C. H. (ireer. Circ J-520 

MOBILE*, 38469; Mobile 62740; 140m E of New Or- 
leans on Louisville & Nashville, terminus Mobile & Ohio, 
Mobile & Birmingham and Mobile, Jackson & Kansas 
City Rys. ; at the junction of a system of rivers naviga- 
ble for 500 miles inland, with M'ol)ile liav with jiassen- 
ger and frieght, steam and rail connections with all 
parts of the world. Mobile is most important as a lum- 
ber, cotton and grain shijiping jioint, but there are 373 
manufactories; the leading firms are: The Baid, Bay 
City, Mobile Wagon and Yellow Pine Lumber compan- 
ies. Hunter, Beun & Co. and W. S. Keyser & Co., lum- 
ber ; Thompson &r Bailey, foundry and machine works ; 
National Dredging Co., Alabama Dredging & Jetty Co., 
Consumers' Ice Co., Joseph McLeer, shoes ; Terminal 
Elevator Co. and Mobile Brewery, Coal, Machinery & 
Supjily, Marine Ry.(shii) building), Phosphate & Chem- 
ical M'fg. and Saw^ Mill Companies. Mobile is the trade 
and jobbing centre for central and southern Alabama, 
eastern and southern Mississijipi, and northern and 
western Florida, and has considerable commerce with 
Central American Republics. Trolley to Sjjring Hill. 
Here are Spring Hill College, (R. Catholic), Convent of 
the Visitation, Protestant Orphans' Asylum, County 
Poor Asylum, a number of Roman Catholic Asylums, 
Marine and City Hospitals and Providence Infirmary. 
Has general offices Planters' & Merchants', Stonewell 
and Factors' & Traders' Insurance Companies. Val. 
$16,282,904. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Battle House. 

Alabama Staats Zeitung (German) — Thurs- 
day; Ind; Est. '94; 4p 20x26; Sub. $2. 
E. A. Brunnier. Circ 3)-1575 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



Herald— Evening: ; Dem; Est. '93; 8-20p 

L'4  .^G; Sub. S5. Herald Fill). Co. Circ. 3-4100 

Herald— Sunday ; Dem; Est.'itS; 20p 30X44; 

Suli. ?1. Herald I'ul). Co. Circ 3-4300 

Item— Evening: Ind; Est. '97; Op 
17 1-2X22 1-2; Sub. i<i>. Jno. F. Cothran. 
Circ 3 -5000 

Item— Sunday: Ind; Est.'97; 12-lOp; Sub. .«1. 

Jno. F. Cothran. Circ ,3-4750 

Press (Colored)— Saturday; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 

15x22; Sub. ??1.50. A. N. Johnson. Circ.J-SGS 

Register— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '20; 

Sp 15x24; Sub. .?10. Register Co. Circ. J -4025 

Register— Sunday; Dem; Est. '— ; 12p 20x24; 

Sub. .^— . Register Co. Circ (J-5050 

Register— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '20 ; 8p20x 24 ; 

Sub. . 'SI. Register Co. Circ J-5037 

Southern Watchman (Colored) — Saturday ; 
Rep: Est. '90; 4p 15x22; Sub. §1.50. A. 
N. McEwen. Circ @-1500 

MONROEVILLE*, 422; Monroe, 23060; 85m NE of 
Moliile; neare-st railroad point, Monroe; on Alabama 
river with steamboat accommodations. In a section 
growing cotton, sugar cane and corn. Express; Tele- 
grajih, Monroe. Bank of Brewton, Brewton. 

Journal— Thursday : Dem ; Est. '06 : 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .^1. y. Salter. Circ $-1000 

MONTGOMERY*, state capital, 49086: Montgomery. 
72U47 : 175m SW of Atlanta, Ga. on Louisville & Jsash- 
ville. Western of Alabama, I'lant System, Central of Geor- 
gia, Seaboard Air Line, Mobile & Ohio. Tallahassee & 
Slontgomery, terminus Montgomery & Prattville br.L.& 
N.and Sprague Junction & Luverne br. I'lant Rys.; on 
Alabama river with two lines of passenger and freight 
steamers. Has Southern Oil Co., Alabama Cotton 
Oil Co., People's Oil Co., Montgomery Cotton Mills, 
Peojjle's Cotton Factory, Alabama Cordage Co., Hartley 
Boiler Works, Montgomery Brewing Co., Montgomery 
Cooi)erage and Hardwood' Co., Montgomery Carriage 
Works, Carr's Cracker Factory, Kolin Distilling Co., 
Montgomery & Alabama Fertilizer companies, Virginia- 
Carolina Chemical Co.'s plant, Janney & Co., foundry; 
and over one hundred smaller establishments, with 
.S6,000,000 cai)ital, employing 3750 people and manu- 
facturing goods worth 810,000,000 annually. Mont- 
gomery is trade centre for farming country embracing 
several states and second largest wholesale jobbing 
centre in the south. Receives 175,000 bales of cotton 
annually. It is the third largest wholesale grocery 
market Mn the South. Is seat of Carnegie Library anil 
Montgomery Public Library. Has branch general ofhees 
of Louisville & Jsashville, Mobile & Ohio and Atlantic 
Coast Line Kys. A ]io])ular winter resort. Val. S21,- 
000.000. Express : Telegra)ih Mercliants' and Planters 
National Bank. Excliange Hotel. 

Advertiser— Morning : Dem: Est. '28; 8-14]) 
15 1-2x21 l-2;'Sub. §7.80. Advertiser 
Co. Circ i; - 1 1459 

7'iibHslier''s Sfcffment.—The Advertiser is Alabama's 
only metropolitan newspaper: has the most comjilete 
news service, best mechanical equipment: largest and 
highest salaried newspaper force; is printed at Mont- 
gomery, the commercial, political and social capital, 
as well as the geograjihical center of Alabama. Its 
mail facilities are unmatched. It has been recognized 
for half a century as the State's leading paper in news, 
character, influence and circulation, and unquestiona- 
bly enjoys the most widely disseminated clientele of 
any Alaltama newspaper. (Guaranteed net paid circu- 
lation greater than the actual issues of all Alabama 
nioniing newsjiapers combined. The Advertiser car- 
ries a larger volume of both local and foreign advertis- 
ing than any of its State contemporaries and at a 
higher rate per line. Pettingill & Co. use The Ailver- 
tiser for all their i)atrons that cover its territory, and 
with highly satisfactory results. Try The Advertiser 
and you will cgncur in the opinion held by this agency. 

Advertiser— Sunday ; Dem : Est. '28 : 20-32p 

15 1-2x21 1-2; Sub. S2. Advertiser Co. 

<■'••'■ X-14625 

Advertiser— Friday ; Dem; Est. '28; lOp 

15 1-2x21 1-2: Sub. $1. Advertiser Co. 

Circ ®-12841 

Enterprise— Friday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '98; 4p 

15X22: Sub. .§1. Wm. Jenkins. Circ (l)-590 



Journal- Evening; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 15x20; 

Sub. .§5. Montgomery Pub. Co. Circ 3 -6700 

Journal— Sundav : Dem; Est. 1902: lG-24p 

Sub. 81. Horace Hood. Circ 3;-850O 

Journal— Friday; Dem: Est. '90; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. 50c. Horace Hood. Circ (^-QlOO 

Progressive Odd Fellow— Monthly : Est. '98; 
20 p 6X9; Sub. 50c. Jacob Peppernian. 
Circ f -lOoa 

MOXJLTON*, ("twp.) 290 ; Lawrence, 20124 : 22m SW of 
Decatur: nearest railroad point, Hillsboro. Here is the 
Moulton Normal Institute. In a lumber and farming 
district. Express; Telegrajih. First Nat. Bank, Decatur. 

Advertiser — Thursday; Dem; Est. '48; 4p 

18 > 24: : Sub. $1 . Jourd White. Circ ^ -650 

NEW DECATUR*, 4437 : Morgan 28820: 118m S of 
Nashville, Teiin., junction Louisville & Nashville and 
Southern Ifys. Has Louisville & Nashville repair 
shops, American Oak Tanning Co.. largest in the 
country: Tennessee Spoke Co., Turner, Day & Wool- 
worth,' handle factory; Decatur Cotton OilCo., basket 
factories, cotton compress and gin, foundry and ma- 
chine sho] is and lumber yards, employing 3000 iie(>|)le, 
with monthly pay roll of .§200.000. Is' trade centre for 
farming and manufacturing iioi)ulation of 6000. Val. 
81,507,131. Express; Telegrajih. Morgan County Na- 
tional Bank. Hotel, The Tavern. 

Advertiser — Saturday; Dem; Est. '99; 4p 

19x25; Sub. $1. C. J. Hildreth. Circ... f 1200 

NORTHPORT, 424: Tuscaloosa, 36147: Im N of Tus- 
caloosa ; on Black Warrior river. Is shiiqiing port for 
cotton. Has a tannery and trunk slat factory. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. J. H. Fitts ^t Co., Bankers,' Tusca- 
loosa. 

Breeze— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '89; 4-6p 

IS 24; Sub. §1. Jno. T. Bealle. Circ '2-1050 

OAKMAN, 503; Walker. 25102; 48m W of Birming- 
ham on Atlanta & Greenville br. S.Ry. Trade centre for 
mining section. .Seat of Oakman College. Val. 8150,- 
000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Birming- 
ham. 
News— Friday; Ind; P.st. '92; 4p 13x20; 

Su)). .«;1. Benj. G. Sevier. Circ ^-380 

ONEONTA*, 583: Blount, 23119; 37m NE of Birming- 
ham on Louisville & Nashville Ky . Industries : Agricul- 
ture, iron and coal mining, and poultry raising. Ex- 
jiress ; Telegrajih. First Nat. Bank, Birmingham. 

Democrat— Thursday : Dem: Est. '94; 4p 

1 .s L'-t : Sub. .§1. F. f ; . Stephens. Circ 3 -790 

News-Dispatch— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '77; 
4p IS • L'.t; Sub. .si. John H. Ketchum. 
Circ 3-lOOa 

OPELIKA'', 4245 ; Lee, 31826 ; 29m N W of Columbus, 
Ga.. junction Central of Georgia and Western of 
Alabama liys. Chiefly a grain and cotton growing- 
section. Manufactures sash and blinds, fertilizers and 
has cotton mills. — Val. .§489,499. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. The Cooper House. 

Industrial News— Friday; Dem; Est. '90; 12p 

15 :.'L'; Sub. §1. Wear & AVilson. Circ. 3-3320 

Post— Friday; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

§1 . iWt Pub. Co. Circ S-1525- 

OZARK*, 1570; Dale, 21189; 60m SWof Eufaula. ter- 
minus Kufaula & Ozark br. C. of G. and the Plant 
System Kys. Here are numerous mills, carriage, guano, 
and cigar'factories. Is a lumber district. A al. 8221,- 
183. j:x])ress: Telegraiih. Planters' & Merchants* 
Bank. Matthews House. 

Southern Star— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '67: 
S]! 21-32: Sul). §1. 'Josei)h H. Adams. 
Circ 2-2100 

PATTON, 200 : Walker, 25102 ; 18m SW of JaspL-r on 
Southern Ry. Has several coalmines. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank, Jasper. 

Pointer (Colored)— Thursday; Est. '97: 4p 

i:!X20; Sub. §1. J.T.Nall. Circ... 4-200 

PELL CITY, C'OO; St. Clair, 19425; 30m E of Birming- 
ham on .Southern fJ. P. and Seaboard Air IJne Rys. 
§500,000 in cotton factories. 
Coosa Valleyan— Weekly : Ind; Est. 1902: 4p: 

.Sub. si. Bayo 1). Gather. Circ 3 -5oo> 



ALABAMA. 



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PIEDMONT, 1745: Calhoun, 34874; 12m NE of Jack- 
sonville on Southern and East & West Rys. Has a 
deiiosit of iron and is in a lumbering ant\ fanning 
region, with the Layre Cotton and Cotton Seed Oil 
Mdl and Coosa Mfg. Co. Exiiress; Telegraph. Al- 
liert House. 

Inquirer— Friday; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 18x20; 

Sub. .?!. R. R.Tomlin. Circ (f-SOO 

PRATT CITY, 3485; .Telferson, 140,420: 5m Wof Bir- 
niingliam on Kansas City, Memphis >.*t Birmingham Ry. 
Here are coal mines with an aggregate output of over 
8500 tons of bituminous coal daily, also over 2500 coke 
ovens, employing over 3000 men.' Express ; Telegraph. 
Pratt City Bank. 

Herald— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '99; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. .?!. Chas. H. Frye. Circ S-1370 

PEATTVILLE*, 1929: Autauga, 17915; 15m NW of 
Montgomery, on M. & (). div.of Southern Ry., terminus 
Montgomery & Prattville br. L. & N. Ry. Cotton and 
ice is manufactured here. Has a cotton ginnery and 
grist mill, variety workshops and a cotton gin factory. 
Exi)ress ; Telegraph. Autauga Banking & Trust Co. 
Progress— Friday; Dem; Est. '8G; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .^1. Progress Ptg. Co. Circ ®-600 

ROANOKE, 1155; Randolph, 21047; 98m NE of 
Montgomery, terminus East Alabama div. C. & (t. Ry. 
Has small cottonseed oil and cotton mill and fertilizer 
works. Seat of Roanoke Normal College. Draws farm- 
ing trade of §1,000,000 annually. Express ; Telegraph. 
Bank of Roanoke. 
Leader— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 

18X24; Sub. SI. O.H.Stevenson. Circ... I -850 

ROCKFORD*, 240 ; Coosa, 16144; 40m NE of Mont- 
gomery; nearest railroad point, Kellyton. Express; 
Telegrajdi, Alexander City. Bank of Rockford. 

People's Courier— Thursday ; Pop; Est. '94; 

4p 15x22; Sub. §1. Bond & Bird. Circ. .^-350 

RTJSSELLVILLE*, 1602 : Franklin, 16511 ; 18m S of 
Tuscund)ia on Northern Alabama Ry. In a farming and 
mining region. Express; Telegrajdi. The Merchants' 
Bank, Russellville. 
Times— Friday; Dem: Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. C.M.Sheirid. Circ l'-1050 

ST. STEPHENS*, 387; AVashington, 11134; 60m N of 
Mobile on Tombigbee river : nearest railroad point, 
Carson. In a farming section. Express and Tele- 
gra]ih, Carson, Ala. Limpaup Banking Co. 

News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. .*! . W. A. Moseley. Circ 1 -400 

SCOTTSBORO*, 1014; Jackson, 30508 ; 5(;m SW of 
Chattanooga, Tenn. on Memphis div. S. Ry. Is trade 
centre for farming section. Baptist Insttiute. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Seottsboro. Parks House. 

Citizen— Thursday; Dem; Est. '77; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. 50. James Armstrong. Circ (J)-825 

Progressive Age— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '86; 

8p 15x22; .Sub. . 5^1. Age Pub. Co. Circ..(i:-2384 

SEALE*, 386: Russell, 27083; 20m SW of Columbus, 
(ia. on Columbus, Troy & Searight br. C. of G. Ry. 
Grows cotton and grain and has several saw mills. 
Express ; Telegrai>h. Bank, Columbus, Ga. 
Register— Friday; Dem; Est. '75; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. si. Tucker & Chadwick. Circ ®-425 

SELMA*, 8713; Dallas, 54657; 50m W of Montgom- 
ery on Birmingham & .Selma line S., Upper div., Pen- 
sacola & Selma line L. & N., terminus Mobile & Bir- 
mingham, Birmingham, Selma & New Orleans and 
Western of Alabama Rys. Has Cotton States Ma- 
chinery Co., International Cottonseed Oil Co., Selma 
Cotton Mill, Press & AVarehouse and Brick & Tile com- 
panies, Sash & Blind factory and minor interests. Is 
cotton and grain raising trade centre for Dallas and 
surrounding counties. Yal. .S7, 000, 000. Express; 
Telegrai)h. City Nat. Bank. Hotel Albert. 
Journal— Evening ex Sunday; Dem; Est. '90; 
4p 10x22; Sub. .S8.20. Floyd Kincey. 

Circ ®-775 

Mirror— Friday : Dem; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. H.B. Kincey. Circ @-1055 

New Idea— Saturday; Est. '86; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. Si. New Idea Pub. Co. Circ ®-1025 

Times— Morning Dem; Est. '25; 8p 18X24; 

Sub. .S6. J. C. Adler. Circ @-1050 



Times— Sunday ; Dem; Est. ' — . J. C. Adler. 

Circ (3-1100 

Times Thursday ; Dem; Est. '64; 4p 15X22; 

Sub. !S1. J. C. Adler. Circ 1-1700 

SHEFFIELD, 3333; Colbert. 22341 ; 5m S of Florence, 
junction Northern Alabama, Eouisville & Nashville and 
-Memidiis div. S. Rys. Has cotton compress, Ave iron 
furnaces, two stove foundries, planing and saw mills, 
shops of N. A. & S. R., machine sho])S, rolling, cotton 
seed oil mills, employing 1000 peojde, with a monthly 
pay rollof SllO.OOO. Val. $2,164,454. Express; Teh;- 
graph. Alabama Trust & Banking Co. New Sheffield 
Hotel. 
Reaper— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '91; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. Si. O. E. Comstock, Sr. Circ 3)-800 

Standard— Saturday; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 

15X22; Sub. .§1. E. M. Ragland. Circ. . .'i:;-720 

SPRINGVILLE, (twp.) 496 ; St. Clair, 19425 ; 28m NE 
of Birmingham on Alabama Great Southern Ry. Iron 
ore and coal produced. Is farming town and centre of 
trade of .?500,000 annually. Express ; Telegrai)h. Ala- 
bama Nat. Bank. 
Item— Thursday ;Non-pol ; Est. '99 ; 4p 15 X 22 ; 

Sub. $1. B. B. Gather. Circ , 3-725 

STEVENSON, 560; Jackson, 30508; 38m SW of Cliat- 
tanooga. Tenn. on Ashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis and 
Southern Rys. Has cotton gins and is local trade 
centre. Seat of William and Emma Austin College. 
Val. .'?200,000. Express ; Telegraph. Merchants Bank. 
Stevenson Hotel. 
Chronicle— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '87; 8p 

15x22; Sub. SI. Vaught & Gregory. 

Circ 1-725 

SULLIGENT, 303; Lamar, 16084; 100m W of Bir- 
mingham on Kansas City, Memphis & Birmingham Ry. 
Farming village. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Columbus Ins. 
and Banking Co., Columbus, Miss. 
Lightning— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '95; 4p 
15x22; Sub. .SI. Lightning Pub. Co. 
.Circ ®-650 

SYLACAUGA, 880: Talladega, 35773; 50m SE of 
Birmingluuu on Alabama Mineral div. L. & N. and 
Central of Georgia Rys. Agricultural trade centre for 
territory. Has hosiery and brick manufactories, cot- 
tonseed oil. flour and lumber mills. Val. SI, 000, 000. 
Express; Telegrajdi. First Nat. Bank, Birmingham. 
Enterprise— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '97; 8p 

11>,16; Sub. 50c. Freeman Ptg. Co. 

Circ , ®-1625 

TALLADEGA*, 2061 : Talladega, 35773; 51m E of 
Birmingliam and 41 S of Gadsden on Birmingham & 
Atlantic. Alabama Mineral br. L. & N. and Southern 
Rys. Industries : Saw, planing, oil, knitting and steam 
grist mills, iron foundries, blast furnace, sash works 
and cotton factories. Here are Talladega College (col- 
ored), the State Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institution. 
Isbell Female College and the Presbyterian Orphanage. 
Mineral springs and various minerals in this region. 
Val. Sl.832.459. Express; Telegrajjh. First Nat. 
Bank. Fall Inn. 
News-Reporter — Saturday ; Ind-Dein ; Est. 

'4:!; sp 18x35: Sub. SI. E. S. C. Ward. 

Circ 1-1600 

Our Mountain Home— Wednesday ; Dem ; Est. 

"67; 8-16p 15x22; Sub. SI- John C. 

Williams. Circ 1 -2104 

THOMASVILLE, 086: Clarke, 27 790; 18m N of Grove 
Hill on Siiuthern Ry. A farming district. It also has 
grist, cottonseed oil and sawmills, and is the shijiping 
])oiiit for Wilcox, Marengo & Clarke Co. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 

Echo— Daily; Est. 1900; 4p 15X22; .Sub. SI. 

W. E. Bickell. Circ 1-500 

THORSBY, 500; Chilton, 16522 ; 48m S of Birmingham 
on Louisville & Nashville Ry. Has planing, gin and 
sawmills, furniture factory, cannery and other indus- 
tries. The college and seminary of the Alabama Con- 
ference of the M. E. church are located here. Express ; 
Telegraph. Thorsby Savings Bank. 

Times— Rep ; 
TROY*, 4097: Pike, 29172; 52m SE of Montgomery 
on Alabama Midland div. P. S. and Columbus, Troy & 
Searight line C. of G. Rys. Has Troy Compress Co., 



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Troy Fertilizer Co., fertilizing acid i>hosphate; Troy 
Machine Works and minor industries. Is cotton grow- 
ing trade centre for county. Yal. ?il,097,902. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Farmers' & Merchants' Bank. City 
Hotel. 

Citizen's Journal— Saturday : Dem; Est. '92; I 

4\i 17 • L'4; .Sub. §1. J. T. Howell. Circ. .i,3)-1250 j 

Messenger— Evening; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 

1 .". L'2 ; Sub. iio. W. J. Blan. Circ (g-500 

Messenger— Wednesday : Dem; Est. '66; 8p 

1.'. L'L': Sub. .SI. W. J. Blan. Circ %-loOO 

Methodist Protestant Telephone— Si-mo ; Est. 

iiG; 8p 11X10; Sub. 5;1. J. T. Howell. 

Circ (l;-650 

Standard— Saturday; Dem: Est. '96; 4p 

1 i X ic, : Sub. .SI . John Gamble. Circ |-1200 

TUNNEL SPRINGS, 1902; Monroe. 23600; 12m XE 
ot .Abinid -x illf. Trade centre for corn, cotton, peas, 
fruit and sugar cane. Farming village. Pine and hard 
woods of all kinds. Express. Alabama Nati(mal Bank. 

Eagle- Semi -Monthly; Rep; Est. '88; 4p 

l.')X18; Sub. 50c." A.R.Davison. Circ..3;-1500 

Piihlishers Statnnent^— The Eagle has a large mail- 
ing list of subscribers in South Central Alal>ama, as 
well as raaches all the colored exchanges of imi)or- 
tanc? in the T'nited States and its recent possessions. 
Subscription fifty cents per annum. Advertising in- 
serted at reasonable rates. 

TUSCALOOSA*, 5094; Tuscaloosa, 36147; 55m SW 
of Birminsjham on Alabama Great Southern div. Q. & 
C. Ry. and M. i«t ( ». Ry. ; at head of navigation on Black 
Warrior river. Has cotton compress ; Tuscaloosa Cot- 
ton INlills, Tuscaloosa Cottonseed Oil Co., Rosenan 
Hosiery Mill. Tuscaloosa Mfg. Co., cotton goods; and 
minor industries. Has a spoke and handle factory. Is 
cotton growing trade centre for Tuscaloosa and sur- 
rounding counties. Seat of State Universitv and as- 
sociated schools. Yal. .si, 425, 978. Expre'ss; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bunk. Washington Hotel. 
Times-Gazette— Evening: Dem; Est. '88; 8p 
lox22; Sub. i;5. Tunes-Gazette Pub. Co. " 
Circ (f-1075 ! 

Times-Gazette— Thursday; Dem; Est. '31; 8p 
1.1X22; .Sub. .SI. Times-Gazette Pub. Co. 
<^'i»c f-llSO 

TUSCUMBIA*, 2;U8; Colbert. 22341 ; Im S of Shef- 
field, terminus Nashville. Florence & Sheffield br. L. & , 
N., Northern Alabama and Southern Rys. : head of navi- ' 
gation on Tennessee river. Is a trade centre for farm- 
ing section. Seat of several educational institutions. 
\al..S40O,00o. Express ; Telegraph. Merchants' Bank, i 
Parshall House. 

Dispatch— Saturday; Dem; Est.'95;4p 20x26; 

Sub. .Si. O.G. Simpson. Circ (ij-935 

TUSKEGEE*, 2170: Macon. 23126; 42m E of Mont- 
gomery, terminus Tuskegee Rv. Has cotton oil factor- 
ies, steam gins, wagon factories, brick yards and mat- 
tress factory. Is trade centre for farming section. 
Seat of Alabama Military Institute for white boys, Ala- 



bama Conference Female College for white girls and 
the Booker T. Washington's School for negroes. Yal. 
1395,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Tuskegee. 
Wade House. 

News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '65; 4p 18x24: 

Sub. .SI. C. W. Hare. Circ D-UOO 

UNION SPRINGS*, 2034: Bullock. 31944; 40m SE of 

.Montgomery, junction Columbus. Troy & Searight and 
Macon, Americus. Eufaula & Montgomery brs. C. of G. 
Ry. terminus I'nion Springs and Northern Ry. Has 
cottonseed oil, spoke, handle, barrel stave and broom 
factories. Cotton shii)piug point and general trade 
centre. Yal. .S491.333. Express; Telegraph. Bullock 
County Bank. Joseiihine Hotel. 

Breeze— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. 1902: 8p 13X20; 

Sub. -SI. John C. LawTence. Circ 3-750 

Herald— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '66: 8p 

13x20; Sub. §1. T. F. McGowen. Circ... 3,-960 

UNIONTOWN, 1047; Perry, 31783; 2f)m SE of De- 
mojiolis oil Chattanooga, Cleveland c*t Meridian br. S. 
A shij)ping point for cotton. Has a cotton faciorj', 
Oil Mill, (iinneries, etc. Ex])ress; Telegraph. Plant- 
ers' iSr Merchants' Bank. Pickering House. 

Herald— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '87; 4p 

17x24; Sub. §1.50. R. E. Loveless. Circ.3;-525 

UNIVERSITY, - 

Tuscaloosa. 



Tuscaloosa, 36147; suburb of 



Crimson-White— Eriday ; Collegiate; Est. '94: 
4p 13X1,S; Sub. 5;1.50. University of 
Alabama. Circ J -535 

VERNON*, 291; Eamar, 16084; 9ni S of Sulligent, 
nearest railroad point. Chief industry : Agriculture. 
Has saw, grist mills and cotton gins". Exjiress; Tel- 
egraph, Sulligent. Columbus Banking Co., Columbus, 
Miss. 

Courier— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '86; 4p 17x24; 

sub. .SI. T. J. Young. Circ ®-400 

Democrat— Wednesday ; Dem ; Est. '90 ; 8p 
11X10; Sub. .'Si. C. P. & C. S. McDougal. 
Circ ®-525 

WARRIOR, 1018 ; .Jefferson, 140,420 ; 23m N of Birm- 
ingham on Louisville vt Nashville Ry. Has Mabel ^lining 
Co., Central Coal and Iron Co., Pearsons Coal & Iron 
Co.. Gilreath, Hardie & Co., Coaldale Paving Brick Co., 
and Warrior Coal & Coke Co., employing 000 jieople 
at a monthly wage of .SI 5,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Warrior. Koley Hotel. 

Breeze— Friday; Dem; Est. '88; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .SI. S. C. & J. B. Davidson. Circ ®-430 

WETUMPKA*, 502 ; Elmore, 26099; 14m NEof Mont- 
gomery on Louisville & Nashville Ry. Head of naviga- 
tion oil Cross river. Is a trade centre and shipidng 
point for farming and cattle raising section. Has min- 
eral sjirings and is summer resort. Exjiress ; Telegraph. 
M. Hobenberg •& Co., Bankers. Kyle Hotel. 

Herald— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '95; 8p 
13 1-2X20; "Sub. §1. H. R. Goldsen. 
Circ ®-1567 



ARIZONA. 



Ca]ntal, Phoenix. Settled near Tucson by Spaniards in 1685. Population, 122,931. Area, 113,870 sq. miles. 
Acres of farm land. 2.000,0(i(); value of farm land, .§11,416.460; annual value of farm products, ??6,375,692. 
Territorial debt. $1,075,951.77. Vote in 1900: D.'m.8664; Rep. 7064; Peop. 292. 

Arizona is bounded on the north by Utah; on the east by Xew Mexico; on the south by Mexico and on the 
west by Nevada and California. This territoiy was once the home of the cliff dwellers and many of their villages, 
canals and other works remain. It has been the home of fierce bands of Indians for centuries, particularly the 
Apaches, and there are several reservations within the territory at present. Lofty mountains sweep diagonally 
across the territory, in several parallel ranges, the general direction being toward the northwest. The highest 
are the San Francisco mountains, in the north, (12000 feet) and the loftiest peak, Mount San Francisco (12561 
feet). The northern portion is dotted with volcanic mesas, from 3000 to 7500 feet high. The territory is 
drained by the Colorado and Gila rivers. The former has worn its way through the plateau of the northwest, 
forming the (irand Canon of the Colorado, the world's greatest gorge and one of its most marvelous scenic 
features. The Canon is 220 miles long and varies in depth from 1000 to 7000 feet. There are numerous pla- 
teaus, cross gorges and buttes and the ever varying succession of these features, with the dazzling arrays of 
colors presented by the different strata of rock render it picturesque and beautiful beyond comparison. Chal- 
cedony Park in the northeastern part of the territory is a tract of 2000 acres, covered with fragments of petri- 
fied trees, in a variety of beautiful colors. A variety of precious stones are found here and many have been sent 
east to be finished. In Tonto Basin there is a natural bridge of limestone 1000 feet long. 2(3o feet high and 
400 feet wide. There are many natural weUs in Arizonia, of which the most famous is Montezuma, 55 miles 
northwest of I'rescott, 600 feet across and 100 feet deep. The pure, dry, warm aii' of Arizona makes it the na- 
tion's sanitarium for lung; troubles. The mineral resources of the territory are extensive and the leading in- 
dustries are mining, smelting, crushing and milling the ores. The silver veins at Tombstone have yielded .§33,- 
000,000 since 1878 and the annual output for the territoiT is .§5.000,000. The annual production of copper is 
$17,000,000. The annual output of gold is .Si"., 000,000. The principal copper mines are at Jerome, Morenci, 
Clifton, Bisbee and Globe. Considerable progress m agriculture has been made by means of irrigation on the 
IJlains south of the Gila. AVheat, alfalfa and clover are produced and a great variety of vegetables, fruits and 
berries. Arizona has 1,000,000 head of cattle. There are thirteen counties and newspapers are published in 
all. The principal towns are : Tucson, Phoenix, Tombstone, Prescott, Globe. Nogales, Tempe, Florence, Flag- 
staff and Vuma. 



BISBEE, (twp.) 7000; Cochise, 12000; 90m SE of Tuc- 
son, on line of El Paso & .Southwestern Ry. In copper 
region. Has smelting plant. Express;" Telegraph. 
Bank of Bisbee. Coppsr Queen Hotel. 

Review— I^-iily exceptMonday ; Ind-Dem;Est. 

'96; 8p 16X22; Sub. §7.50. W. B. Kelly. 

Circ .'.®-1500 

Review— Sunday: Ind-Dem; Est.'96: 10-12p 

Sul). .§3; AV. B. Kelly. Circ 1)-1700 

FLAGSTAFF*, 1271; Coconino, 5.344; 85m NE of 
Prescott on Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe Pacific Ry. 
Situated in the largest pine forest in the West. Here 
are mining, stock raising, milling, agricultural and 
lumlieriug Interests. Has mills and is in sheep and 
cattle raising section. Normal .School of Xorthern 
Alabama located here. Express; Telegraph. Arizona 
Central Bank. Banks House. 

Coconino Sun— Saturday : Rep; Est. '82; 8p 

11X16; Sub. .§2. C". M. Funston. Circ. . .ig;-500 

Gem— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '83; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. .§2. R. H. & J. E. Jones. Circ ^-525 

FLORENCE*, 1500; Pinal, 6884; 75m NW of Tucson 
on Gila river ; nearest railroad point, Casa Grande. In 
farming and mining region. Silver smelting works 
here. Exjiress; Telegraph. Arizona Nat. Bank, Tucson. 
Florence House. 

Tribune— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '92; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. .§3. Florence Pub. Co. Circ (J)-650 

GLOBE-, ^twp.) 1495: (iila, 4264; 128 miles NW of 
Bowie station on S. P. R. R. Extensive deposits of silver 
and copper. Express ; Telegraph. Old Dominion Com- 
mercial Co. 

Arizona Silver Belt— Thursday ; Mining; Est. 
78; Sp 15 ,22; Sub. §2.50. J. H. Hamill. 
Circ (3)-800 

Times— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '98; 6p 13X20; 

Sub. .§2. Union Pub. Co. Circ i^-500 

HOLBROOK*, 215; Navajo, 8817; 3.3m E of Winslow 
on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. An agricultural 
and stock raising town. Express; Telegraph. Navajo 
County Bank, Winslow. Apache House. 

Holbrook Argus— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 

9x14; Sub. .§2.00. H. A. Pease. Circ (D-340 



JEROME, (twp.) 2861; Yavapai, 13799: 25m NE of 
Prescott, terminus United Verde & Pacific Ry. Has 
copper and gold mines, fruit and farming industries. 
Express; Telegraph. Agency Bank of Arizona. 

Jerome Mining News— Monday; Silver 
Dem: Est. '9.j; 4p 18x24; Sub. .§2. AV. S. 
Adams. Circ 4^-625 

Reporter — Thursday; Dem; Est. '94; 4n 
18x24; Sub. .§1.50. J. A. & C. S. Thomp- 
son. Circ 3^-500 

KINGMAN*, <twp.) 750; Mohave, 3443 ; 400m E of Los 
An^elos on Santa Fe Pacific Ry. Mining district; a 
trade centre. Express; Telegraph. Arizona Central 
Bank. 

Miner— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '82: 6p 13x20; 

Sub. .§3. Smith & Sawyer. Circ {3)-480 

Our Mineral Wealth— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '95 ; 
4p 15,-,22; Sub. §3. Kean St. Charles. 
Circ f -375 

MESA, 722; Maricopa, 21352; 18m E of Phoenix on 
Maricopa, Phoenix & Salt River Valley and Phoenix & 
Eastern Rys. Has cattle and sheep raising and farming 
industries. Express ; Telegraidi. Mesa City Bank. 
Free Press— Evening: Rep;Kst.'o: ;4p 13X19 

Sub. S4.50 ; George S. Irving. Circ (,^,-560 

Free Press— Saturday; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 

13x19; .Sub. §2. Geo. S. Irving. Circ S-785 

NOGALES, 1761; Santa Cruz. 4545; 50m N of Mag- 
dalena, Mexico, terminus New Mexico & Arizona and 
.Sonora Rys. Consists of two distinct towns, one in the 
United States, the other in Mexico and separated only 
by Mexican line. Is railroad centre with general offices, 
repair shops, foundry and machine shops and wagon 
manufactory, etc., and is jobbing and trade centre of 
farming, cattle raising and mining section in So. Ari- 
zona and No. Sonora, Mex.; annual trade. .§3,000.000. 
Is in favorite health region for consumi)tives and has 
a large sanitarium. Val. .§500,000. Exjiress; Tele- 
graph. International Bank. Hotel Montezuma. 

Oasis— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '92; 12p 11x17; 

Sub. §2.50. Oasis Printing House. Circ. 4 -1275 

Vidette— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '94 ; 4p 15x22 ; 

Sub. §2. E. 1). Miller. Circ (3)-500 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



PHCENIX*, (territorial capital,) 5r>-14; ."Maricopa, 
2K!r>L': :.'26m E of Yuma, terminus Maricopa »& Phoe- 
nix & Salt Kiver Valley and Santa Fe, I'rescott & 
Phnenix and the Phoenix & Eastern Rys. Has Standard 
Iron Works, H. P. McCallum, machine shop; and minor 
industries. Is fruit raising, cattle grazing, gold and 
silver mining trade centre for south central Arizona. 
Val. .f4,U64,U65. Express; Telegraph. Phoenix Nat. 
Bank. Adams House. 

Arizona Gazette— Morning ex Mon ; Rep ; Est. 
'«U; «p l.jx22; Sub. §6. Gazette Print- 
ing Co. Circ 1-2754 

Arizona Gazette — Sunday; Rep; Est. '80; 
8-12p 15X22; Sub. daily and Sunday $0. 
Gazette Printing Co. Circ @-2754 

Weekly Gazette— Friday; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 
15x22; Sub. §2. (fazette Printing Co. 
Circ (1-2800 

Enterprise— Evening; Dem; Est. '98; 4p 

ir.X22: Sub. $5. Mills & Bell. Circ 4-1052 

Enterprise— Friday; Est.'08; 4p 15X22; Sub. 

S2. Mills & Bell. Circ J -700 

Observador Mexicano (Spanish)— Friday; 
Ind; Est. "U4; 4p 13x20; Sub. §2. P. 
Bonillas Salazar. Circ (S;-300 

Republican— Morning and Sunday; Rep; Est. 
'JU; S-12p 17 1-2X22 1-2; Sub. $9. 
Arizona Pub. Co. Circ 1-5820 

Publisher's Stafemetif. — Arizona now contains 
145,000 jieopleand the permanent population is grow- 
ing rapidly. Arizona is the coming great southwest- 
ern state. Her soil and climate nialie it possible to 
produce every crop known to agriculture and horti- 
culture and her mineral wealth cannot be estimated 
in figures. She is now near the top of the list in the 
production of precious metals. Her people have 
money, and of the present population 125,000 are 
buyers. They spend a million dollars a year on their 
vacations in Southern California. They buy every- 
thing that civilized peojile use. They read' the Re- 
publican. It is the only metropolitan newspaper that 
reaches them on the day of publication. It is printed 
on a perfecting press, operates a battery of linotypes 
and owns the e.\;clusive morning Associated Press 
franchise. It is the one newspaper covering the vast 
region between the Colorado boundary and Southern 
California. Write for sample copies. ' 

Kepublican — Thursdav; Rep; Est.' 90; 8p 
17 1-2X22 1-2. Sub. .■52. Arizona Pub. 
Co. Circ 1-3740 

Southwestern Stockman— Friday ; Live stock ; 
Agricultural; Est. '84: IGp 11X15; Sub. 
82.50. Chas. W. Pugh. Circ 3:-3400 

PEESCOTT*, 3559: Yavapai, 13799; 550m E of Los 
Angeles, Cal. on Santa Fe, Prescott & Phoenix Ry. 
Is trade centre for mining region, with 15000 pop. 
Val. §1,500,000. Express; Telegraph. Prescott Nat. 
Bank. Hotel Prescott. 

Courier- Morning ex Fri; Dem; Est. '81; 4p 

lsx24; Sub. §10. E.A.Rogers. Circ ®-650 

Courier— Friday; Dem; Est. '81; 4p 22x30; 

Sub. S2.50. E. A. Rogers. Circ 4-1275 

Journal-Miner— Evening; Rep; Est. '64; 4p 

18x24; Sub. §10. J.C.Martin. Circ ®-500 

Journal -Miner— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '64; 

4p 21x28; Sub. §2.50. J.C.Martin. Circ.g-1200 

SAFFORD, : Graham, 141 62 : 85m NE of Tucson 

on (;ila Valley, Globe & Northern Ry. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Safford. 

Guardian— Friday ; Dem; Est. '95; 4p 18x24: 

Sub. §1.50. John J. Birduo Co. Circ.;.(5)-817 

ST. JOHNS*, (twp.) 1200; Apache, 8452; 140m E of 
Flagstair. Emjiloys 50(» men in farming, cattle and 
slieep raising. <;rist mill, lumbering and wool growing. 
Val. §900,000. Express and Telegraph. Holbrook. 
Bank of Commerce, Alliuquerque. 

Herald— Saturday; Rep: Est. '87: 4p 16x22; 
Sub. §2.50. KM S. I'erkins & Reamer Sing, 
tire @-800 

Snips— Thursday; Rep; Est. '01 ; (Eng. and 
Span.i; 6p 10 1-2x14; Sub. §1. Reamer 
Sing c^t Eli S. Perkins. Circ ^-400 



SOLOMONVILLE*, (twp.) 629 ; Graham, 14162; 150m 
NE of Tucson on (4ila Valley, GloVie &' Northern Ry. 
Trading centre for surrounding region and winter re- 
sort for consumptives. Express; Telegraph. Gila 
Valley Bank. Solomonville. 

Arizona Bulletin— Friday; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 
13x20; Sub. §2. Consolidated Printing 
& Pub. Co. Circ 3-1000 

TEMPE, 892; Maricopa, 21352; 8m E of Phoenix on 
Maricopa, Phoenix & Salt River Valley Ry. An agri- 
cultural, fruit and stock raising corumuuity. Flour 
mill and factories located here. Seat of Arizona Normal 
School. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' & Merchants' 
Bank. Tempe Hotel. 

News — Morning ex Mon: Local; Est. '93: 4p 

13x20; Sub. §5. News Pub. Co. Circ 4,-300 

News— Friday; Local; Est. '86; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. §2.50. NewsPub.Co. Giro S-450' 

TOMBSTONE*, 646 ; Cochise, 9251 ; 65m SE of Tuc- 
son on the Southern Pacific and A. & S. E. Ry. In gold 
and silver region. Val. §403,377. Express: Telegraph. 
Arizona Nat. Bank, Tucson. Arlington Hotel. 

Prospector — Evening; Ind; Est. '87: 4p 

18x24; Sub. §10. Wm. Hattich. Circ. .. 4-700 

Epitaph (weekly edition of Prospector)— Sun- 
day; Ind; Est. '78; 4p 18x24; Sub. §3. 
Wm. Hattich. Circ 1-1025- 

TUCSON*, 7531; Pima. 14689: 250in E of Yuma on 
Southern Pacific Ry. Metropolis of territory and trade 
centre for southern Arizona and northern Sonora, Mex. 
Seat of Universty of Arizona. Has general ottices of 
Southern Pacific Ry. (department between Yuma, Ari- 
zona and El Paso, Tex.). Val. §1,508,583. Express; 
Telegrajih. Consolidated National Bank. New OrndorfC 
Hotel. 

Citizen— Evening; Dem; Est. '70; 8-12p 
16x22; Sub. §7.50. Citizen Printing & 
I'ul). Co. Circ 3-2775 

Citizen— Friday ; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 16x22; 
Sub. §2. Citizen Printing & Pub. Co. 
Circ 3 -1575 

El Fronterizo (Spanish) — Saturday; Ind: Est. 
■78; 4p 18/24; Sub. §3. Carlos I. Ve- 
lasco. Circ ,4-1560 

Star— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '79; 4p 

16x22; Sub. §10. Star Pub. Co. Circ... . J-1025 

Star— Thursday; Dem: Est. '77; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. §2.50. Star Ihib. Co. Circ 4 -1550 

WILLCOX, (t-ni-).) 396 ; Cochise, 9251 : 86m E of Tucson 
on Southern Pacific Ry. Is greatest cattle shii)iiing point 
in Arizona and trade' centre for an e.vtensive grazing 
and mining section and Fort Grant. Express: Tele- 
grai)li. John H. Norton it Co., Bankers. Willcox 
House. 

Range News— Friday ; Neutral and Live Stock ; 
Est. '94; 8p 15x22; Sub. §3. C.O.Ander- 
son. Circ J-SOO 

WILLIAMS, 250; Coconino, 5344; 350m E of Los 
Angeles, Cal. on Santa Fe, Pacific and terminus Santa 
Fe iS: Grand Canon Rys. Is a lumbering town and trade 
centre for agricultural, stock raising and mining dis- 
trict. Has general offices of Santa I'e & Grand ('an<ui 
Ry. and is a summer resort of some note. Val. §1,000,- 
000. Express ; Telegraph. Arizona Central Bank. 

News— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '92;4-8p 15x22; 

Sub. §3. George U. Young. Circ 2-580 

WINSLOW, 1305: Nava.io, 8817 : 52m E of Flagstaff 
on .\tcliisoii, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Here are railroad 
machine shops. Express ; Telegraph. Arizona Central 
Bank, Flagstaff. 

Mail— Saturday ; Ind: Est. '93; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. §3. J". F. AVallace. Circ S'-600' 

YTJMA*, 1402; Y'^uma, 4145; 191m SE of Colton on 
Southern I'acificRy.; on Colorado river with steamers 
to Gulf of California. In a farming, mining and fruit 
growing section. A commercial centre and shipjiing 
point. Arizona prison here. Express: Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank, Colton, Cal. Southern Pacific Hotel. 

Sentinel— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '70; 4p 

18x 24 ; Sub. §2. J. W. Dorrington. Circ. 3 -750 

Sun— Friday; Dem; Est. '96; 8p 12x16; Sub. 

§2. J. li Devine. Circ 3-550 



ARKANSAS. 



<?apital, Little Rock. Settled at Arkansas Post by Frenchmen in 1G85. Population, 1,31 1,564. Area, 53228 
sq. miles. Acres of farm land. 12,061,541; value of fai-m land, .S74,24(),655 ; annual value of farm products, 
$45,000,000. State debt, §13,309. Vote in 1900: Dem. 81142; Rep. 44800; Peo. 972. Pro. 584. 

Arkansas is bounded on the north by Missouri; on the east by Missouri, Tennessee and Mississippi; on the 
south by Louisiana and Texas and on the west by Texas and Indian Territory. The state is mountainous in the 
northern and western parts and low and level in the eastern and southern portions. The Mississippi river on 
the eastern boundary, the Arkansas extending across the middle portion of the state from the west, the White, 

A great 
) southwest of 



between these two and their branches, drain the state and furnish 3250 miles of navigable water ways, 
number of medicinal springs are found in the state. The most important are the Hot Springs, 55 miles sout 
Little Rock. Here, in a narrow valley, a city of 12000 has grown up with a number of tine hotels and bathing 
establishments and 20000 visitors annually. The climate of this region has been called the "Italy of America." Xa 
state in the L'nion is so exclusively agricultural as Arkansas. Eighty three per cent of the inhal)itants work on 
over 100,000 farms. The principal products are cotton, sweet jjotatoes, tobacco, corn, wheat, oats, hay, mo- 
lasses, sorghum, honey, wine, apples and small fruits. Arkansas ranks among the first states in the Union in 
the qualitv and quantitv of apples produced. The state's farms annuallv produce 600,000 bales of cotton, worth 
$26,000,000; 900,000 bushels of sweet potatoes, 1,000,000 pounds of tobacco, 42,000,000 bushels of corn, 
worth .ii!20,000.000 ; 2,000.000 bushels of wheat, 5,000,000 bushels of oats and 25000 tons of hay. The state 
has 825,000 cattle, 320,000 horses and mules, 225,000 sheep and 1,600,000 swine, worth altogether .525,000, - 
000. The forests of Arkansas cover 30000 square miles and include yellow pine, cypress, oaks, yellow poplar 
and cedar. The annual production of lumber amounts to .§20, 000,000. Ample deposits of gray', pink and va- 
riegated marbles exist here, but none has as yet been quarried. The supply of manganese, for use in steel 
works, is among the most valuable in the country. There are twelve square miles of blue granite deposits, 
suitable for building. All the fine whetstones and razor stones used in the country come from Arkansas. There 
are valuable coal mines in the western part of the state. It has also unmense quantities of zinc in the northern 
part. The manufactures of Arkansas are but small. There are 2400 firms, emi)loying 16000 hands, mostly in 
hour and lumber mills. There are 75 counties ano newspapers are published in'all. The principal cities and 
towns are ; Little Rock, Fort Smith, Pine Bluff, Hot Springs, Helena, Texarkana, Eureka Springs, Arkadelphia^ 
Fayetteville, Dardanelle, Jonesboro and Camden. 



ALMA, 440; Crawford, 21270; 9m NE of Van Buren 
on Little Rock & Fort Smith br. M. P. Ry. In region 
growing tobacco, grain, cotton and strawberries. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank, Van Buren. Howell 
Hotel. 

Times— Thursday ; Dem: Est. '97; 8p 13X20: 

Sub. . SI. J. S. Renfroe. Circ 



AEGENTA, 3000: Pulaski. C3179: Choctaw, Oklahoma 
& (iuU Kv., and St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern 
div.M. P.", terminus Little Rockbr.St.L.S. W.Rys. (Ry. 
name. North Little Rock.) Shops of St. L. I. M. &■ S. 
and C. R. I. & P. Rys. located here. Has Arkansas and 
Crescent Cotton C)ir companies, Little Rock Cooperage 
Co., Union Compress Co., several stock yards and minor 
interests. Is corporate part of Little Rock. Express; 
Telegraph. German Nat. Bank. Little Rock. 

North Little Rock Times— Saturday; Ind- 
Dem: Est. ".Ml; sji 15 22; Sub. .$1. Flem- 
ing >S- Woolford. Circ (1-2500 

Voice of the Twentieth Century— Saturday ; 
Religious; Est. "97; 8p 13x20; Sub. .'^1. 
U. F. H. Gunthorpe. Circ 3,-1000 

AEKADELPHIA*, 2739; Clark. 21289; 65m SW of 
Little Rock ou St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern 
Ry. Has saw and cotton mills, i)low and l)room factor- 
ies, lumber and cotton industries. A trade centre, 
having good water jiower. Location of Ba])tist and 
Methodist Colleges. Val. .?442.947. Express; Tele- 
grajih. Elk Horn Bank. Hall House. 

Sif tings-Herald-Thursday ; Dem; Est. '86; 
8p 13x20; Sub. .S1.50. Ed. McCorkle. 
Circ f -875 

Standard— Thursdav: Dem; Est. '68; 4p 
20,. 26; Sub. .si. 50. Adam Clark & Son. 
Circ 3-1500 

ARKANSAS CITY*, 1091 ; Desha, 11511; 15m SE of 
Pine P.lull on St. Louis, Iron Mountain S: Southern Ry; 
on ^Iississii>pi river. Steamboat facilities. Is coal 
depot and shipping lioint for cotton. Exjjress; Tele- 
grajjli. Desha Bank. Hotel Lambe. 

Journal— Fiidav ; Dem; Est. '80; 4p 18x24; 

.Sub. .?1. Bessellieu & Son. Circ ®-800 

New Enternrise— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '91; 

4p 15 22; Sub. .si. J.W.Davis. Circ... -1-600 

ASHDOWN, 400; Little River, 13731 ; 20m N of Tex- 
arkana on Arkansas & Choctaw br. K. C, P. & G. Ry. 



Has large saw and planing mills and is a cotton 
and lumber market for neighboring towns. Val. .S50,~ 
000. Express ; Telegraph. State Bank of Texarkana, 
Texarkana. 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. .'jil. J. T. Cowling. Circ (J-365 

ATKINS, 745; Pope, 21715: 64in NWof Little Rock on 
Little Rock & Fort Smith div. St. L., I. M. ct S. Ry. Here 
are grist mills, roller mills and carriage works. ' Ship- 
lung point for corn, cotton and live stock. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Atkins. 

Chronicle— Friday ; Dem; Est. '94; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. §1. W.F.Turner. Circ (1-681 

AUGUSTA*, 1040; Woodruff, 16304; 72m AV of Mem- 
phis on Memphis br. St. L., I. M. & S. Ry. Has hooji, 
stave and buggy material factories, employing 200 
people Avith inonthlv pav roll of .S5000. Draws farming 
trade of SIOO.OOO annually. Val. .§750,000. Exjiress; 
Telegraph. Bank of Augusta. Commercial Hotel. 



Free Press- 

13x20; 
Circ 



-Friday; Dem; Est. '93; 8p 
Sub. .§1. Eugene S. Billingska. 



Vidette— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '77 ; 4p 20x26 ; 
Sub. .§1.50. E.G.Henderson. Circ <? 



(D-65a 



580 



BALD KNOB, (twp.) 620 ; White. 24864 ; 57m NW of 
Little Rock, junction main line and Memifhis br. .St. L., I. 
M. & S. Ry. i;xpress; Telegraph. Citizens Bank. 

Herald— Thursdav; Dem; Est. '98; 8p 11X18; 

Sub. .§1 . A.M. Barbew. Circ 3 -40O 

BATESVILLE, 2327; Independence, 22557; 90m NE 
of Little Rock on White river, head of navigation; on 
St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. having water 
jiower; flour and saw mills, and wagon shojis are here. 
Small commercial centre and ship])ing point for wheat, 
cotton, stock, corn, oats, vegetables and fruit. 
Location of schools for white and colored races. Va'. 
$953,617. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Batesviue. 
Arlington Hotel. 

Bee— Wednesday : Dem; Est. '92; 8p 13x20: 

Sub. .§1. W.W.Powell. Circ (2;-1150 

Guard— Friday; Dem; Est. '77; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. .SI. Batesville Printing Co. Circ. .S-1850 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



BEEBE, 90i; White, 248G-1:; 33m NE of Little Rock 
oil St. Louis, Iron Mountain iS: Southern Rj*. Engaged 
in raising cotton, small fruits and vegetables. Exiiress ; 
Telegraph. Bank of Beebe. Gibsonlfotel. 

Bulletin— Dem ; Est. '91; 4p 17X2-i; Sub. i<l. 

Wood & Reaves. Circ (3)-500 

Beebe Bulletin-Est. '01; Wednesday; 4p; 

Woods Oc Reaves. Sub. .*=1. Circ 

Fruits and Leaves of the Tree of Life Reli- 

i;i<ias: Est. "'.17; -lii 12Xl'.i; Sub." 3Uc. 
Monthly. G.W. Bugh. Circ J -1900 

News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 24X28; 

Sub. $1. E.M.Woods. Circ $-1526 

BENTON*, 898 ; Saline, 13122 ; 23m SW of Little Rock 
oil .-^t. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern and Little Roek 
& Hot Springs Western Ry., and Choctaw, U. & Gulf 
Ry. Agricultural trade centre. Has jiottery and lum- 
ber manufactures, flour mill, wagon and wood factory. 
Val. .^400, 000. Express; Telegraph. Saline Countv 
Bank. 

Times-Courier— Thursday; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 

li;x22; Sub. il. B.F.Henry. Circ... . . .@-1010 

BENTONVILLE*, 1843; Benton, 31611; 27m N of 
Eayetteville on Bentonville br. St. L. & S. F. Ry. In 
fruit growing, grain and tobacco raising region. .ifSO,- 
000 cold storage and ice plant. Fine l)ed of lithograph 
stone. Has fruit evaporators, apple distillery and 
tobacco factory. A fruit and grain shipping jioint. 
Val. .s504,G17.* Express; Telegraph. Benton County 
Bank. Loughlin House. 

A. 0. U. W. Guide— Monthly ; Fraternal; Est. 
'93; 8p 11X16; Sub. 50c. H. L. Cross. 
Circ 3-5000 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '80; 4p 

I'll 20; Sub. SI. J.S.Stevenson. Circ. .(5,-500 

Sun— Friday; Dem; Est. '91; 8p 20x26; Sub. 

•SI. Cross Bros. Circ @-1750 

BEKEYVILLE*, 551; Carroll, 18848; 12m E of 
Eureka Springs. Ison, St. Louis & N. Ark. R. R. Has 
flour mill and farming interests. Good fruit country. 
Exjiress; Telegraph, Eureka Springs. Carroll County 
Bank. 

Progress— Thursday; Dem; Est. '79; 4p 

17-24; Sub. 5Jl. Crow & Jackson. Circ.^-SOO 

BINGEN, 250; Hempstead, 24101; 5m NE of Nash- 
ville, nearest railroad and telegraph town. In mineral 
aud agricultural district. Express. Bank, Nashville. 

Social Visitor— Friday ; Dem; Est. '84; 8p 

15x22; Sub. S;l. J.R.Wolff. Circ ®-850 

BRINKLEY, 1048; Monroe, 1G81G; 66m E of Little 
Rock and W of Memphis, Tenn., junction Choctaw 
cV Memphis, St. Louis, Southwestern, Arkansas Mid- 
land and Brinkley & East Arkansas and Mississippi 
Rys. and White & Black River Valley Rys. Has Arkan- 
sas Cotton Oil Co., Brinkley Car Works & Lumber Co., 
Bergan »& Meehan Stave Co., Brinkley and National 
Cooperage Co., Jonesboro Hardware Co., Garden City 
Stave & Heading Co., cotton compress, Ry. machine 
shops, tannery, ice factory, steam gins, and minor 
industries, employing 400 men, with a monthly jiay 
roll of .sl5,000. Is trade centre for northern Monroe 
and surrounding counties, with annual trade of 
$3,000,000. Val. .§176,232. Express; Telegraph. 
Monroe County Bank. Brinkley House. 

Argus— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '76; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .si. W.'b. & H. M. Folsom. Circ ®-850 

County Citizen— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '93 ; 4p 

17X24; Sub. .*:l. W.B. AVilliams. Circ... 3-520 

CABOT, 294; Lonoke, 22544 ; 22m NE of Little Rock 
on St. Louis, Iron .Mountain & Southern Ry. A cotton 
and fruit shipiiing point. Has horticultural houses. 
Ex))'-oss; Telegraph. German Nat. Bank, Little Rock. 

Guard— Fridav ; Dem ; Est. '91; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. R. F. Wair. Circ 4-650 

CAMDEN*, 2840 ; Ouachita, 20892 ; 100m SW of Little 
Rock, junction St. Louis, Iron Mountain & ■Southern 
and St. Louis, Southwestern Rys.; on Ouacliifci river. 
Steamboat navigation to this point. Good cotton ship- 
ping trade ; saw and grist mills and cotton gins. Val 
$821,684. Express; Telegraph. Camden Nat. Bank. 
Hotel Ouachita. 



Beacon— Saturdav ; Dem; Est. '72; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. 25. W. P. Holmes. Circ ®-1100 

Herald— Thursday; Dem; Est. '40; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. SI. 25. W.T.Smith. Circ :J)-700 

CENTEE POINT*, 334: Howard. 14076; 105m SW of 
Little Kock. Has small woolen manufactures, roller 
flour and saw mills. Is trade centre of farming region. 
Val. .S50,000. Express; Telegrajih. Howard County 
Bank, Nashville. 

People's Advocate— ThursLlay; Dem; Est. '96: 

8p 12x18; Sub. §1. A. N. Barlow. Circ.® -500 

CLARENDON*, 1S40: Monroe, 16816; 55m E of Little 
Rock on .\rkansas Midland and St. Louis Southwest- 
ern Rys.; on White river uith steamboat accommoda- 
tions. In an agricultural section. Has saw and grist 
mills, stave, oar, heading and jilow factories and foun- 
dry. Exiiress; Telegraph. Merchants' & Planters' Bank. 

Sun— Friday; Dem; Est. '76;4p 18x24; Sub. 

.$1.50. Sun Printing Co. Circ g-550 

CLARKSVILLE*, 1086 ; Johnson. 17448 ; 102m NW of 
Little Rock on St. Louis. Iron ^louiitain & .Southern Ry. 
Here are flouring, planing and roller mills. Has wool 
aud cotton shiiiping trade. Express ; Telegraph. Bank 
of Clarksville. Hotel Commercial. 

Herald— Fridav ; Dem; Est. '76; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .gl. Harley&Ward. Circ (D-1500 

CLINTON*, 297 ; Van Buren, 11220: 80m NW of Little 
Rock; nearest railway and telegraph point. Plummers- 
ville. A Cotton gin and saw, grist and flour mill here. 
Express. Bank of Morrillton, Morrillton. 

Democrat— Thursday; Dem; Est. '87; 4p 

13x20; Sub. $1.' Collums& Barnett. Circ.®-500 

CONWAY*, 2003; Faulkner. 20780: 30m NW of Little 
Rock on Little Rock A: Fort Smith div. St. L.. I. M. & 
S. Ry. Ships corn, cotton and cotton seed oil. Seat of 
two colleges. Express; Telegrajih. Bank of Conway. 
Allenden House. 

Log Cabin— Thursday; Dem; Est. '79; 8p 

°13x20; Sub. SI. J. W. I'nderhill. Circ.Ca;-1500 

CORNING, 784; Clay. 15886; 153m NE of Little Rock 
on St. Louis. Iron Mountain ,S: .Southern Ry. Cooper- 
works, a cotton gin, saw, grist and roller 'flour mills 
here. A trade centre for agricultural and timber 
region. E.xpress ; Telegraph. Bank of Corning. Green 
House. 

Courier— Friday ; Silver Dem ; Est. '85 ; 8p 

15x22; Siib. .•=!1. C. C. Estes. Circ ®-950 

Leader— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. H. S. Mobley. Circ f-650 

COTTON PLANT*, 458; Woodruff, 16304; 76m NE 
of Little Ivock on White & Black River Ry. Cotton 
shijiping point and trade centre. Express; Telegraph. 
Monroe County Bank, Brinkley. 

Arkansian— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 

18X24; Sub. SI. ElledgCcV Echols. Circ. 4-525 

DARDANELLE*, 1602; Yell, 22750; 66in NW of 
Little Itock on l)ardanelle& RusselviUe br. St. L., I. M. 
& S. Ry. Is cotton and general shipping iioint on the 
Arkansas river. Has cottonseed oil and planing mills 
and is trade centre for agricultural section. Val. $473,- 
480. Exiiress; Telegraph. Dardanelle Bank. Central 
Hotel. 
Post-Dispatch— Thursday; Dem; Est. '76; 8p 
20x26; Sub. SI. Post-Dispatch Pub. Co. 
Circ ®-1275 

DE QUEEN, 1200; Sevier, 16339: 54m N of Texarkana 
on Kansas City, Southern and De Queen & Eastern 
Rys. In cotton", fruit and vegetable growing, mining 
and lumber district. Express; Telegraph. First Na- 
tional Bank. 
Bee— Friday; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

.§1. Cannon & Pearce. Circ 3-1000 

Democrat— 

DES ARC*, (twp.) 650 ; Prairie, 11875 ; 50m NE of Little 
Rock, terminus S?arcy & Des Arc Ry. Farming, timber 
and trade centre. Hoop factory, saw mills. Val. .$300,- 
OOO.Ex)iress and Telegraph, De Vall's Bluff and Higgin- 
son. Bank. Jackson House. 
Guidon— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 18x24; ' 

Sub. .91. Claude C. Judson. Circ (D-660 



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DEV ALL'S BLUFF*, 605: Prairie, 11875; 47ra E of 
Little Hock oil Little Roelv & Memi>hisRy. Countryseat. 
Sliips cattle, lio^s. Iwy aiul cotton. Here are stave, oar 
anil pearl button factories and saw mills. Express; 
Telegraph. Hank, Derails UlulV. 

Observer— Friday; Dem: Est. '90; 4p 17x2-1:. 

.Sub. .<1. Morrill Hros. Circ 4-1250 

DE WITT*, :U8 ; Arkansas. 12973 : 142m SAV of Mem- 
phis. Tcnn. on Stuttgart I5ranch,St. Louis Southwestern 
Rv. Farming town and trade centre for the county. 
Viil. .S250.000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of DeWitt. 

New Era— Thursday; Dem; Est. '84; cSp 

1 7  L'4 : Sub. .si .' J. M. Landis. Circ S-600 

EL DORADO"*, 10(59 : Union 22495 ; 30m SE of Camden 
on ArkaiLsas .Southern and St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Southern Kys. In cotton producing district. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of El Dorado. 

Times— Thursday ; : Dem; Est. '97; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .SI. 3Lirsh & Giles. Circ 4-1150 

Tribune— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '91; 8p 

13x20; Sub. §1. Martin & Crain. Circ..g-1132 

ENGLAND, 308; Lonoke. 22544; 2.5m SE of Little 
Rock on Little Rock br. St. L. S. W. Ry. Has farming 
interests. Two round bale cotton gins, oil mill. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank, England. 

Courier— Friday ; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 15x22: 

Sub. -SI. E'nglaud rriuting Co. Circ ®-550 

EUREKA SPRINGS*, 3572; Carroll, 18848; 92m S 
ol Spriiigrteld. Mo., terminus Eureka Springs Ry. Has 
lumber and flour mills and onyx works, employing 80 
I'cople, with monthly pay roll of .'?2,500. Is a famous 
health and pleasure resort with larg;e sanitarium, forty 
hotels, three large bathing establishments, mammoth 
aiulitorium, jiarks and other featiires. Has a summer 
population of 12000. Is distributing centre for farm- 
ing and mining country for 75 miles around, with 
annual trade of 62,600,000. Val. .S2,898,75G. 
Exjiress; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. 

Flashligbt— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 

2uX2G; Sub. -SI. W.E.Moore. Circ J-975 

Times-Echo— F>ventng ; Non-pol; Est. '89; 4p 

18x22; Sub. S4. Times-Echo Co. Circ..C$-820 

Times— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '81; 4p 24x36; 

.Sub. $1. Times-Echo Co. Circ (§)-970 

EVENING SHADE*, 281; Sharp, 12199; 22m N of 
Batesyille. nearest railroad point. Here are saw, grist, 
woolen and roller mills, harness and wagon factories. 
Express; Telegraph, Hardy. Bank of Evening Shade. 

Record— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '77 ;4p 15x22; 

.Sub. .SI. C. L. eager. Circ @-650 

FAYETTEVILLE*, 40tU ; Washington, 34256 ; 62m N 
ol Fort Smith, junction main line and St. Paul br. St. L. 
& .S. F. Ry. A fruit centre for northwestern Arkansas. 
Has wagon and plow works, coal, iron and lead deposits 
and mineral springs. In farming community. Location 
of .\rkan.sas Industrial University, a state school. Val. 
S;647.000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Fayetteville. 
Oriental House. 
Daily— Evening ; Dem ; Est. '94 ; 4p 27 1-2x28 ; 

Sub. .S3. Louis Payne. Circ... 1^-300 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '68; 4p 

IS,. 24; .Sub. .SI. S. E. Marrs. Circ J)-1100 

News— Evening; Est. '94; 8p 13x20; Sub. 

s5. C. I). & D. C. Ambrose. Circ- (D-350 

Ozark— "Monthly; Collegiate; Est. '94; 72p 
6X9; Sub. §1.50. Ark. Industrial Univer- 
sity. Circ ®-250 

Republican— Friday ; Rep; Est. '85; 4p 

2(1.2(1; Sub. .iJl. D.C.Ambrose. Circ.J)-1050 

Review— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '90 ; Op 16x22 ; 

.Sub. .SI. Thos. Brooks. Circ ®-1275 

Sentinel— Tuesday ; Dem ; Est. '75 ; 4p 20x26 ; 

Sub. .SI. E.B.Meritt. Circ (D-1600 

FORDYCE, 1710: Dallas, 11518; 29m NE of Camden 
on St. Louis Southwestern Ry. Here are saw, planing, 
grist and woolen mills. Is trade centre for extensive 
cotton district. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Fordyce. 
Chronicle-Enterprise— Thursday; Dem; Est. 

'84; 4p 18x24; .Sub. .SI. J. M. Raines. 

Circ (i;-850 



FORREST CITY*, 1361: St. Francis, 17157: 45m W 
ol Memphis, Choctaw, Oklah & Gulf and Helen br. St. 
L., I. M. & S. Rys. Is trade centre for farming sec- 
tion with .annual trade of .:?750.000. Has valuable min- 
eral siirings. Val. .S550,0OO Exjiress; Telegrajih. 
Bank of Eastern Arkansas. City Hotel. 

Herald (Colored)— Friday: Ind; Est. '90; 4p 

1oa20; Sub. SI. G. M Thomason. Circ...i-09O 

Times— Fndav ; Dem; Est. '71; Sp 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. Landvoigt & Vadakin. Circ.g-lOOO 

FORT SMITH*, 11587; Sebastian, 36935; 300m W of 
Memphis, Tenn. on St. L. & .S. F.. centre of four lines, 
St. L., I. M. & S., terminus Fort Smith br. K. C. South- 
ern Arkansas Central & Fort Smith and Western Rys.; 
junction of Arkansas and Poteau rivers. Here are': P. 
Ballma.n-Cummings Fibre Co.. McLoud Furniture Co.^ 
Fort Smith Lumber Co., Fort Smith Ice & Cold Storage 
Co.. Borden City Ice & Coal Co., Fort Smith Cotton 
Compress Co., Fort Smith Cotton Oil Co. and manufac- 
tories of furniture, mattresses, building materials, 
brooms, boxes and baskets, soaj), brick, carriages, oil, 
machinery, harnesses and cigars, emidoying 3000 peo- 
ple. Fruit, vegetable and cotton raising and shiyiping 
are also extensive interests. Fort Smith is centre of 
semi-bituminous coal area of 3000 square miles: in the 
northern limit of hardwood timber belt and heart of 
southern pinery. Is trade and jobbing centre for west- 
ern Arkansas and Indian Territory, with 600.000 poj). 
and annual trade of .siO.OOO.OOO. 'Seat of U. S. Peni- 
tentiary, two hospitals and general offices Arkansas 
Central" and Fort Smith & Western Kys. A'al. .S3,623,- 
592. Express; Telegraph. American'Nat. Bank. Grand 
Central Hotel. 

Elevator— Friday : Dem; Est. '78: 8p 15x22; 

Sub. -SI. Weldon, Williams & Lick. Circ. 5 -7400 
Fruit Grower— ^lonthly ; Horticultural: Est. 

".•1: lOp 9X12; Sub. 5(Jc. G. A. Gamble. 

Circ :J-500 

News-Record— Evening ex Sat; Dem; Est. 

'93; 8-20p 17x22; Sub. .'56. A. .1. Ken- 

diick. Circ 2 -2500 

News-Record— Sunday; Dem; Est.'93; 12-20p 

17x22; .Sub. .SI. A. J. Kendrick. Circ..®-2200 
Times— Evening ex Sat; Ind; Est. '82; 8.12p 

20X27 ; Sub. .S5. Times Pub. Co. Circ. . 3 -1800 

FOUKE, loot: Miller, 17558; IGm from Texarkana 
station on Texas & Pacific By., between Texarkana, 
Ark., and Shreveport, La. In an agricultural and lum- 
ber section. Express, Telegraph and Bank, Texarkana. 

Sabbath Outpost— Wednesday ; Seven Day 
Baptist; Est. '88; 4p 11X14; Sub. 50c. 
Southwestern Pub. Asso. Circ 4 -250 

GAINESVILLE, 300; Greene, 10979; 7m X of Para- 
gould on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. In- 
habitants are chiefly engaged in agriculture. Express. 
Bank, Paragould. 

Newsboy— Saturday; Dem; Est. '99; 4p 

10X22; Sub. .si. F. M. Daulton. Circ. .. 4-580 

GENTRY*, (P. O. Gentry) 1044; Benton. 31011; 7m 
>i of .Siloam Sjjrings on Kansas City Southern Ry. In 
an agricultural, fiuit and stock raising section.' Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. State Bank of Gentry. 

Journal-Advance— Friday ; Jnd-Dem ; Est. '94 ; 
4p LS,- 24; Sub. .SI. Arthur Tallman ^: Co. 
Circ 3 -80a 

GRAVETT, 447 : Benton, 31011 ; 10m NW of Benton- 
ville (ui Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf and Frisco Rys. 
In farming, stock raising district. Fruit grown. Ex- 
j)ress ; Telegraph. Bank of Gravett. 
News— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. iSl. A. C. Veach. Circ 4-590-- 

GREEN FOREST, 469: Carroll, 18848: 22m E of 
Eureka Springs. Farming, stock raising and fruit 
growing town. Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank, 
Eureka Springs. 

Tribune— Thursday; Ind; Est. '90; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. Russell Bros. Circ ®-735 

GREENWOOD*, 491: Sebastian, 30935; 16m SE of 
Fort Smith on Fort Smith div. St. L., I. M. & S. Ry. 
(irist and cotton mills and coal deposits here. Express ; 
Telegraph. .Sebastian County Bank, Greenwood. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '83; 4p 
18x24; Sub. .SI. Harney & daunts. 
Circ '2)-1488 



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GURDON, 104.'); Clark, 21289; IGm SW of Aikadel- 
l)hia, jumtion main line and Camden br. St. L., I. M. & 
S. Ry. and Arkansas Southwestern Ry. Is a cotton and 
lumber slii]iiiing i)oint and agricultural section. Has 
planing mill and stave factory. Express ; Telegraiili. 
■Clark County Bank, Gurdon. 

Times— Saturday; Dem; Est. "J4:4p 15x22; 

Sub. .§1. G. Scott Harris. Circ ®-750 

HAMBURG*, 1260; Ashley, 19734; 20m W of Fort- 
land, western terminus Mississippi River, Hamburg Si 
AVestern Ry. Has stave factory and plauiug null. In 
timber and cotton growing district. Express; Tele- 
graph. Ashley County Bank. Commercial House. 

Eagle— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '89; 4p 18x24; 

Sul). .SI. S. B. Baird. Circ @-500 

HARDY, (twp.) 497 ; Sharp, 12199 ;G2mNW of Jones- 
ville on Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis Ry. Stock 
and fruit raising district. Exjjress; Telegraph. Sharp 
County Bank. 
Herald— Friday; Dem: Est. '91; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .^1. Percy Fepoon. Circ ©-680 

Morgan's Buzz Saw— Monthly ; Pop ; Est. '90 ; 

sp 13 I'd; Sub. 25c. W.S.Morgan. Circ.ii-3540 

HARRISBURG*, 162; Poinsett, 7025; 75m NW of 
Memphis on Helena br. St. L., I. M. & S. Ry. Is in centre 
of lumber district and has sawing and wood working 
mills. Trade centre for radius of 15m. Is a health 
•resort. j;x])ress; Telegraph. Harrisburg State Bank. 

Modern Ne-ws-Friday ; Dem ; Est. '89 ; 8p 

18 .v24; Sub. SI. L. D. Freeman. Circ.s -1 150 

Times— Friday ; Dem; Est. '9C.; 4p 15X22. 

Sub. .SI. "I. D. Walter. Circ 3-275 

HARRISON*, 1551; Boone. 1(')396; now a railway and 
telegrajih point on St. Louis & IV. Arkansas Ry. Is trade 
centre for farming section. Here are tinware, wagons 
•and flour manufactories. Citizens' Bank. Park Hotel. 

Boone Banner— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '85 ; Op 

15 1-2 L'2; Sub. SI. R. S. Armitage. 

Circ C3,-800 

Republican— Wednesday ; Rep ; Est. '95 ; 4p 
"l8x24; Sub. $1. Robert E. .Tohnson. 

Circ @-800 

Times— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 20x26; 

Sub. .SI. J.R.Newman. Circ @-2180 

HAZEN, 429; Prairie, 11875; 41m NE of Little Rock 
on Little Rock & Memphis Ry. Has agricultural 
interests. Express ; Telegraph German Nat. Bank, 
Little Rock. 
Star-Enterprise— Thursday; Dem; Est. '90; 

8p 13 -20; Sub. .SI. E.B.Morrill. Circ...®-780 

HEBER*, (also known as Sugar Loaf Springs), 322 ; 
Cleburne, 9G28 ; 28m NE of Searcy, nearest railroad 
point. Has saw and grist mills and cotton gins. Trade 
centre for farming and lumbering region. Is noted for 
its mineral si)rings and as a goocf health resort. Val. 
$540,000. Express; Telegraph, Searcy. People's 
Bank, Searcy. 

Jacksonian— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 
13x20; Sub. $1. G. W. & W. H. Reed. 
Circ ®-850 

HELENA*, 5550; Phillips, 26561; 90m SW of Mem- 
[ihsi, Tenn., terminus Knobel br. St. L., I. M. & S., 
Y. & IVI. Y. and Arkansas Midland Rys.; on Mis- 
sissippi river at the head of low water navigation 
with steamers direct to points on St. Francis, L'An- 
guille. White, Arkansas and Ghio rivers and connections 
with lines on all imjiortant water ways in Mississippi 
Valley. Has Arkan.sas Cotton Oil Co., New South Oil 
Co., City Oil Works, Planters' Comi)ress Co., Helena 
•Compress Co., Helena Box Factory, R. McCoy Lumber 
& Box Co., W. D. Reeves Lumber & Plaiiing Mill, 
and Arkansas Midland Ry. shojis. Is trade and cotton 
shiiiping centre, with annual trade of $15,000,000. 
Val. 83,025,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Helena. 
Nonjiareil Hotel. 

Progress— Friday ; Rep; Est. '80; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. J. N. Donohoo. Circ ©-1300 

Reporter (Colored)— Si-Mo; Baptist; Est. '92; 

4p 15X22; Sub. 75c. W\ A. Holmes. Circ..v3)-1685 
Shield— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. 50c. .las. R. Turner. Circ (1-475 

World— Fvening; Dem; Est. '71 ; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. $7.50. AY. M. Neal. Circ (D-540 



World— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '70; 4p 

22x28; Sub. .SI. W. M. Neal. Circ D-1400 

HOPE, 1644; Hempstead, 24101; 485m SW of St. 
Louis on Iron Mountain & .Southern Arkansas 
and La. Ry. and also on San Francisco »S: New Orleans 
Ry. Has Hope Luml)er Co., cotton compress, cotton gin, 
cotton oil mill, handle and broom factory and mining 
industries. Is trade centre for five counties with farm- 
ing population of 80000. and annual trade of S800,000. 
Has Lithia Springs with many summer visitors. Val. 
$693,000. Exjiress; Telegraph. Hempstead County 
Bank. Hotel Lamar. 

Chronicle— Saturd,ay ; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 

17X24; Sub. SI. S. H. Williams. Circ. . . J-495 

Gazette— Thursday; Dem; Est. '84; 4p 
18x24; Sub. '$1.50. W. AY. Folsom. 
Circ 21-610 

HOT SPRINGS*, 9973; Garland. 18773 ; 55m SAY of 
Little Rock, terminus Hot Sjirings & Little Rock and 
Hot .Springs AVestern Rys. Has whetstone quarries and 
factory, flour mill, two'ice factories, iron foundry and 
five planing and saw mills. Is a celebrated health re- 
sort; has Hotel Eastman, 800 guests and other hotel 
accommodation for nearly 15000 )ieople; bathing es- 
tablishments, etc. Seat of II. S. Army and Navy Hos- 
pital. Draws farming trade from lour counties, aggre- 
gating .$000,000 annually. A'al. $3,500,000. Express; 
Telegraph. Arkan.sas Nat. Bank. AVaukesha Hotel. 

Arkansaw Thomas Cat— Sunday; Humorous; 
Est. '90; 20p 8X11; Sub. $2. J. Davis 
Ore.ar. Circ $ -5550 

Medical Journal-Monthly ; Est. '92 ; 30p 6X9 ; 

Sub. .$1. James T. Jelks. Circ 

News— Evening ; Dem; Est. '81; 4-8p 13x20; 

Sub. $(i. News Pub. Co. Circ ®)-890 

News— Saturd.av; Dem; Est. '81 ; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1.50. News Pub. Co. Circ 4-1250 

Sentinel -Record— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. 
'77; 8p 13x20; Sub. .$5. J. G. Higgins. 
Circ 3-1840 

HUNTSVILLE*, 597; Madison, 19804; 30m E of Fay- 
etteville; nearest railroad jioint, Elkins. In stock 
raising and agricultural district. P^xpress; Telegraph, 
Eureka .Springs. Madison County Bank. 

Democrat— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '80; 4p 

15/ 22; Sub. $1. Alfred Hawn. Circ J-500 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '90; 4p 

15x22; Sub. $1. James R. Stotts. Circ. .(S)-500 

IMBODEN, 411: Lawrence, 10491; 10m NAY of Pow- 
hatan on Frisco .System Ry. Sloan Hendrix Academy. 
I'roduces farm products ami has roller and saw mills, 
creamer.v and cold storage. Express, Telegraph. Peo- 
l>le's Bank. 
Our Country— Monthly Industrial; Est. '02; 

lOp 12x10; Sub. 50c; E. AY. Hodges. 

Circ S-1800 

JASPER*, 250 ; Newton, 12538 ; 100m NNAY of Little 
Rock; nearest railroad i)oint, Harrison. Local trade 
centre. A'al. $50,000. Express ; Telegraph, Harrison. 
Citizens Bank, Harrison. 

Herald— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '87; 4p 10x22; 

Sub. $1. John AV. Castell. Circ ;S,-780 

JONESBORO*, 7000; Craighead, 19505; 67m NAY of 
31t'niiihis on Cotton Belt and Kansas City, Fort Scott 
& Memphis Rys. Has Chapman & Dewey Lumber Co., 
Jonesboro AVagon ^Ifg. Co., stave factories and planing 
mills, emi)loying 500 people. Is farming, lumbering 
and manufacturing trade centre for surrounding coun- 
try within 50 mile radius. P^xpress ; Telegraph. Bank 
of Jonesboro. Commercial House. 

Enterprise— Daily ; Dem ; Est. '90; 8p 17X24: 

.Sub. $5. R. P. Robbins. Circ 3-500 

Enterprise— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 

17x24; Sub. 50c. R. P. Robbins. Circ. 3-1200 

Sun— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. Troutt & McNary. Circ. (i)-1125 

Times— Thursday; Dem; Est. '74; 8p 17x22; 

Sub. $1. J. b. C. Cobb & Son. Circ ®-1224 

JTJDSONIA, 600; AVhite, 24864; 53m NE of Little 
Rock on .St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. Head 
of navigation on Little Red river. Heavy sliii>ping 
trade in cotton and fruit. Iron, coal and salt'dejiosits in 
vicinity. Industries: Saw ami grist mills. Box and 
stave 'factory. Express; Telegraph. German Nat. 
Bank, Little Rock. 



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Advance— Wt*iliiesday; Rep; Est. '78; 8p 

1.!  I'd; 8ul). $1. E. C. Ivinney. Circ 3)-650 

JUNCTION CITY, 1<",40; Uuion, 22495; 4m SW of El 
Dorado on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. 
(iets out yellow jiine timber. Has farming interests. 
Exjiress: Telegrai)!!. Citizens' Bank. 

Democrat— Tliursday; Dem; Est. '02; 4p 
17 A 24; Sub. .si. Dismukes & "Watson. 
Circ ®-855 

KINGSLAND, 3G4; Cleveland, 11G20; 32m SW of 
IMue lUull on St. Louis & Southwestern Ry. Agricul- 
tural town and large trade from distance. Express; 
Tel. graph. Cleveland County Bank, Kingsland. 
Times— Thursdav; Dem: Est. '99; 4p 16X24; 

Suli. .SI. C.M.Myrick. Circ (D-400 

LAKE VILLAGE, 200; Chicot, 14528; 20m SE of 
Derniott on ^Mississippi River. Hamburg & "Western and 
Memphis. Helena tt Louisville Ry. Has cotton gins, 
stave factory and sawmill. Summer resort. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank, Arkansas City. 

Life— Fridav; Dem; Est. '93; 4p 17X24; Sub. 

.SI. Van R. Hunt. Circ 1-700 

LAMAR, -174; Johnson, 17448; 5m SE of Clarksville, 
(liy. name Cabin Creek), on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & 
Southern Ry. (irows corn, cotton pottitoes and fruit. 
Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Clarksville, Clarksville. 
Leader— Friday; Dem; Est. '95; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .si. G.E.Bennett. Circ ®-800 

LITTLE ROCK*, (state capital). 38307: Pulaski, 
63179; on .St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern, 
Choctaw. Oklahoma & GuLf, St. Louis & Southwestern, 
Little Rock & Hot Springs "Western, Little Rock & 
Fort Smith, Little Rock. Miss. River and Texas roads, 
on Arkansas river, navigable stream Has Consumers' 
and Southern Cotton Oil companies, Pierce-"Waters 
Oil Co., Union Compress Co., J. H. Hamlin & Co., 
cooperage: "Wm. Farrell Lumber Co., Hardwood Forest 
Mfg. Co., Brecht-Martain Packing & Stock yards Co., 
Dickinson Arm Co., Arkansas "\Tood Mfg., Book and 
Paper, Cotton, Oil and Pump and Pijie companies, 
Little Rock Brick Work and Tents and Awning and 
mill and elevator companies and mining industries, 
employing 1500 people. Here are the car shops of 
the Little Rock & Memphis and Iron Mountain Rys. 
The latter employs 2312 men with monthly jJay 
roll of .S145,000. Three miles west of the city are the 
laigest granite beds in the world. The stone, known as 
Fourche Mountain Granite, is of superior quality, in 
two colors, lilue and grey, and is largely used for tine 
buildings. Little Rock is the trade andjobbing centre 
for the state, with 50 wholesale houses. Eighty 
varieties of commercial woods are found in the outlying 
forests. The World's Fair first prize cotton was grown 
within 20m of Little Rock. The citv's annual receipts 
of cotton are 75000 bales. The Union Compress is 
the largest in America, and five cotton oil mills feed 
annually 10000 head of cattle. A new railroad from 
Hot Sjjrings to Little Rock soon to be built. Little 
Rock is the seat of the Law and ^Medical College 
of Arkansas, Arkansas Industrial University and 
Arkansas .Schools for Deaf Mutes and Blind. Little 
Rock University, Arkansas Female College, Philan- 
der Smith College (colored), St. Andrew-'s Cathedral 
School, St. Edward's School and St. Mary's Acad- 
emy (R. Catholic), several conservatories "of Music 
and Art Schools, Arkansas Insane Asylum, three hos- 
pitals, natatorium, summer theatre and i)ark and five 
other parks. Has general oftices Little Rock & Mem- 
phis and White & Black River Rys. and Planters' Mu- 
tual and Arkansas Fire Insurance companies. V^al. 
§12,287,955. Express ;• Telegraph. German Nat. Bank. 
Capital Hotel. 

American Guide (Colored)— Saturday ; Rep; 
Est.'SVl; Sp 18x24; Sub. SI. Mrs.T.P.Hill. 
Circ (f-2000 

Arkansas Methodist — Wednesdav; Method- 
ist: Est. '81; lOp 11X15; Sub. .S1.50. 
Godbey & Thornburgh. Circ D-IOOOO 

Arkansas School Journal— Monthly ; Educa- 
tional: Est. '9r. ; 24p 9X12; Sub. $1. 
W. .7. Mclhvain. Circ f-2G00 

Baptist— "NVednesdav ; Rel; Est. '80; IGp 
10X14; Sub. .S1.50. W. A. Clark & Ben. M. 
Bozard. Circ @-6100 

Democrat— Evening; Dem; Est. '71; 8p 
15 A 22: Sub. SG. Arkansas Democrat 
Co. Circ 3)-6159 



Pulilis/icr's Statfimcnt.— Fox the year ending .lanu- 
ary 31, 1903, the circulation of the Daily Arkansas 
Democrat (not including returns and exchange cop- 
ies) averaged G,159 copies, of which an average of 
3,750 copies were circulated in the city of Little 
Rock alone. The circulation for the weekly Arkan- 
sas Democrat for the same period has averaged 12,- 
100 copies. Beginning January 1, the subscription 
price of the weekly edition was reduced to 50 cents a 
year and the pre-dated mail edition of the daily to 
.S4.50, the latter being distributed l)y special arrange- 
ment with the iiost office department on all trains in 
the state as a morning issue. This meets the neces- 
sity of a morning paper containing the same market 
and telegraph reports, which by reason of the train 
service cannot be delivered in the state before the af- 
ternoon of the same day. 

Democrat— Sunday and Wednesday; Dem; 

Est. '71; 8p 17X22; Sub. §1. Arkansas 

Democrat Co. Circ '%i-12100 

Eastern Star— Monthly ; Freemasons; Est. 

".til; 4p 13X20; Sub. $1.50. I.P.Daniels. 

Circ 

Gazette— Morning ex Men; Dem; Est. '19; 
s-lCi) 15X23; Sub. .S6.50. Gazette Pub. 
to. Circ 3-7200 

Gazette— Sunday; Dem; Est. '19; 16p 15x23; 

Sub. .S2. Gazette Pub. Co. Circ @-8100 

Gazette— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '19; 8-12p 

15 -^.T; Sub. .-?!. Gazette Ptib. Co. Circ.(3;-7500 

Little Rock Advertiser— Sunday and Wednes- 
day; Ind; Est. '89; 4-8p 15X22; Sub. 

.?1.50. B.E. Patten. Circ 111200 

Publislier's !^talem('ii.f.— The Little Rock Adver- 
tiser has double the circulation of both the local dail- 
ies combined, and is recognized by local advertisers 
as the best advertising medium in the capital city. 
Its fair, fearless and aggressive policy, and its advo- 
cacy of the rights of the common people, have made 
the paper very popular with the masses. It is recog- 
nized as the" official paper of the people" and is "read 
by everybody who reads." 

Pythian Advocate— ^lonthly ; K. of P; Est. 
'89 : ICp 9X12; Sub. $1. Renton Tunnah. 
Circ ®-1025 

State Republican— Friday ; Rep; Est. '93; 

8p 15X22 : Sub. .SI. The Republican Pub. 

Co. Circ :^r-3150 

Trowel— Monthly ; Freemasons ; Est. '87 ; IGp 

9X12; Sub. $1. George Thornburgh; 

Cire 1-2000 

VangTiard (Colored)— Thursday; Baptist; Est. 
'82; IGp 11 3-4X14 3-4; Sub. $1.50. 
Jos. A. Booker. Circ (;g-2500 

LOCKESBURG*, 550; Sevier, 1G339: 40m NW of 
Hope; nearest railroad point, Horatio. A cotton ship- 
ping and farming town. Express; Telegraph, Horatio. 
State Bank of Texarkana, Texarkana. 

Democrat— Thursdav ; Dem: Est. '87; 4p 
22x31; Sub. .SI. Wardlaw & Wardlaw. 
Circ 3 -G50 

LONOKE*, 951 : Lonoke, 22544: 22m E of Little Rock 
on Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Rock Island System. 
Ships cotton, hay and has grist and saw mills.' Ex- 
press; Telegraph. German Nat. Bank, Little Rock. 
Harrison House. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '72; 4p 

20x2G; Sub. $1. Miss Willie Hicks. Circ. 3 -1100 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 17X24; 

Sub. .§1. John A. Woolen. Circ ®-500 

LTIXORA, 943; Mississippi, 16384; 5m NE of Osceola 
on Mississippi river. On Frisco Branch and Memphis 
and St. L. M. & S. E. Rys. Steamboat connections 
with river ports. Express ; Telegraph. Luxon Banking 
Co. 

Appeal— "VVednesday; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 

15x22; Sub. SI". T. Bailey Dudley. Circ..J-900 

MAGNOLIA*, 1G14; Columbia, 22077 ; 280m SW of 
Memphis, terminus Magnolia br. St. L. S. W. Ry. 
and terminus L. & W. Ry. north. Has cotton com- 
press, cotton gins and saw mills. Is trade centre for 
farming district with 27000 pop. and annual trade of 
.f 650,000. Val. .«32,444. Express; Telegraph. Colum- 
bia County Bank. Harris Hotel. 

Banner— Thursdav ; Dem; Est. 1798; 4p 

16x21 ; .Sub. 81. Emerson Pub. Co. Circ. 3-1275 



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PETTI NGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



MALVERN*, 1582; Hot Spring, 1274:8; -ISm SW of 
Little ivotk on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern, 
terminus Hot Springs Kys. Has Clark Pressed Brick Co., 
Malvern Lumber Co., Malvern Tile & Pottery Works, 
steel roller, flouring and lumber mills. Is trading 
centre for farming and manufacturing region with 
50000 jop. Val. .«;l00,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
of Malvern. Commercial Hotel. 

Meteor— Friday; Dem; Est. '79; 8p 13x18; 

Sub. .$1. P. S. Cardeu. Giro @-850 

Times-Journal— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '88: 

•±pl7 • 24; .Sub. .t;l. Claude Manu. Circ.J-lOOO 

MAMMOTH SPRING, (twp.) 717; Fulton, 12U17; 
I'.im K ot .Salem on Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis 
Ry. Has trout liatchery, cotton and gristmills. Ex- 
)ifess; Telegraph. Bank of Mammoth Spring. 
Nettleton Hotel. 

Democrat— Thursday; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 
13X21; Sub. .gl. W. H. V. Wahlquist. 
Circ @-1056 

Monitor— Evening: Dem; Est. '93; 4p 13X20; 

Sub. .So. F. AVallick. Circ (D-lOO 

Monitor— Friday: Dem; Est. '88; 8p 22x31; 

Sub. SI. F.Wallick. Circ @-1000 

'95; 4p 
Miller. Circ.(J-600 



Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. 
1 .3 X 22 ; Sub. .si. Miss Gladys Mi; 



MANSFIELD, 3C>8; Sebastian, 3C935: 32m SE of Ft. 
Smith on Sr. Louis & San Francisco Ry. with Choctaw, 
Oklahoma & Gulf Ry. Raises and exports cotton. Ex- 
press: Telegraph. Bank, Ft. Smith. 

Messenger— Friday : Dem ; Est. '99 ; 4p 15X22 ; 

Sub. .si. J. T. Dial. Circ f-500 

MARIANNA*, 1707; Lee, 19409: 25mNWof Helena 
on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. ; at head 
of navigation on L'Auguille river. A cotton shipiiing 
jioint, having cotton gins and oil mill. Exjjress ; Tele- 
grai>h. Lee County Bank. Central Hotel. 

Courier— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '90 ; 4p 1 7 x 24 ; 

Sub. SI. Janies E. Wood. Circ !j)-535 

Index— Thursday; Dem; Est. '74; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. F. W. Snetser. Circ 5-750 

MARION*, 300; Crittenden, 14529; 10m NW of 
MemiduSjTenn.on Kansas City, Ft. Scott & Memphis i 
Ry. In farmingand lumbering district. Express ; Tele- \ 
graph. Continental Nat. Bank, MemiJhis. 

Reform— Saturday : Dem : Est. '89 ; 8p 13 X 20 ; 

Sub. .?1. Southall A: Berry. Circ ®-300 

MARSHALL*, 200; Searcy, 11988; 95m N'W of Little 
Rock: nearest railroad jiomt, Gilbert. Has agricul- 
tural, zinc, marble and cojiper interests. Express : Tel- 
egrajdi, Gilbert. Bank, Marshall. 

Mountain Wave— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '92; 

4p 18-24; Sub. .SI. W. A. Wenrick. Circ-S-GSO 



Advance— Tuesday; Dem: Est. '92;4pl7x24; 

Suli. si. E. G. Hammock. Circ 5-750 

Monticellonian— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '70; 4p 

17x24; Sub. .SI. J. R. & Js. D. Cotham. 

Circ S -775 

MORRILTON*, 1707; Conway, 19772; 50m W of 
Little Rock on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern 
Ry. Has cotton gin, saw and grist mills. A general 
trade centre. Val. .S292.230. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Morrilton. Speer's Hotel. 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem; Est. '96 ; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .si. C. E. Cruce. Circ J.-775 

Headlight— Friday ; Dem; Est. '74; 4p 

17; 24: Sub. .si. G.L.Parker. Circ ,1-1325 

MOUNTAIN HOME*, 3G4; Baxter, 9298; 60m XW of 
Batesville; nearest railroad, telegraph and banking 
town, West Plains, 3IO. Here are saw mills and cotton 
gins. A- shiiijiinf^ point for cotton, wool and hides. 
Express. First Nat. Bank, West Plains, Mo. 

Citizen— Thursday : Dem; Est. '80;8p 13x20; 

.Sub. .SI. Citizen Pub. Co. Circ 3-1437 

MOUNTAIN VIEW*, 226: Stone. 8100; 27m NW of 
Cushman. Has freight and passenger service on White 
river. Is trade centre for cotton raising and manufac- 
turing region. Seat of .Stone County Academy. Has 
Sulphur Springs. Val. .?500,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Melbourne, Melbourne. 

Democrat— Thursday: Dem; Est. '81; 4p 
l(;-22: Sub. 5bc. S. A. McCuUough. 
Circ 1-1225 

MT. IDA*, ; Montgomery, 9444; 40m W of Hot 

Si)rings; nearest railroad and telegraph town. Pro- 
duces wheat, corn, oats, cotton, hay and live stock. 
Express. Arkansas Nat. Bank, Hot Springs. 

Herald— Friday; Dem; Est. '89; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. 81. Col. Wm. Cochran. Circ 3:-550 

MULBERRY, 940; Franklin, 17395; 23m E of Fort 
Smith on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. In 
agricultural section. Express; Telegraph. Arkansas 
Valley Bank, Ozark. 

Leader— Friday; Dem; Est. '96; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. §1. W. O. Leavitt. Circ $-500 

MURFREESBORO*, 200; Pike, 10301 ; 14mNof Nash- 
ville on lattlc Missouri river; nearest railroad point, 
Pike. A stock raising and farming community. 
Express : Telegraph, Nashville. Howard County Bank, 
Nashville. 

Courier— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '88; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. SI. S. J. Thomasson. Circ 



Republican— Friday ; Rep; Est. '90; 4p 

15  22; Sub. .SI. Albert Garrison. Circ...@-600 

MELBOURNE*, 256 ; Izard, 13506 ; 30m N of Bates- 
ville; nearest railroad point, Cushman. A cotton [ 
growing town. Express ; Telegraph, Cushman. Bank 
of ^Melbourne. 

Register— Thursday; Dem; Est. '81: 4p 

17x24; Sub. .SI. Dave Craige. Circ ®-750 

Times— Friday : Local ; Est. '96: 4p 13x20; | 

Sub. .§1. H. A. Trevathan. Circ ®-675 I 

MENA, 4800; Polk, 20000; 80m W of Hot Springs 
on Kansas City Southern Ry. Has mining, slate, tunber, 
fruit and farming interests'. Express ; Telegraph. Bank 
of Mena. 

News— Evening; Dem: Est. '96; 4p 15x22; i 

Sub. S4. News Pub. Co. Circ f-450 

News-Democrat— Thursday, Dem; Est. '96; 
4p 15 1-2x22 ; Sub. i^i.SO. News Print- 
ing Co. Circ S-750 

Star— Evening: Ind; Est. '99: 4p 13X20: Sub. i 

S4. A. W. St. John & Sons. Circ (S;-585 

Star— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '96; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. §1. A. W. St. John & Sons. Circ... J^-1470 

MONTICELLO*, 1579; Drew, 19451: 85m S of Little 
Udck on Warren br. St. L., I. M. & S. Ry. Raises cot- 
ton, vegetables and fruit. Has large timber interests. 
Here are ochre, isinglass and soft coal beds and several 
saw and grist mills, oil mills, cotton factories, and ice 
factory. Express ; Telegraph. Monticello Bank. Bussey 
Hotel. 



NASHVILLE, 928; Howard, 14076; 25m NW of 
Hope, terminus Arkansas & Louisiana Ry. Manufac- 
tures brooms and has saw, grist and woolen mills and 
bottling works. A local trade centre. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Howard County Bank. 

News— Wednesday and Saturday: Dem; Est. 
'78; 4p 13x20; Sub. .SI. 50. W. W. Tur- 
ner. Circ 3; -825 

NEWLEWISVILLE*, 548; Lafayette, 10594; 60m N 
of Shreveport. La. on Shreveport br. St. L. S. W. Ry. 
(Ry. name, Lewisville). In cotton raising and lumlier 
district. Exjiress; Telegraph. Citizens Bank. 

Recorder— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 

13  20; Sub. 81. S. A. McNish. Circ ®-435 

NEWPORT*, 2806; Jackson. 18383; 82m NE of 
Little Rock on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern 
and Batesville br. W. & B. V. R., terminus White river 
br. St. L.. I. M. & S. Rys. ; on White river, with passen- 
ger and freight steamer connections for all river ports. 
Has Newport Ginning and Grain Milling companies, 
Pond & Decker Mfg. Co., staves and hardwood lumber; 
C. B. Kelly & Co., lumber: H. A. Ridley foundry; 
L'nion Compress Co., St. Louis Compress Co., cot- 
ton oil mill ; and minor industries. Is farming, lumber- 
ing and cotton raising trade centre for all the river 
valley to the north: receives 80000 bales cotton annual- 
ly. Has general offices W. & B. R. V. Ry. Val. §527.448. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of Newport. New Hazel 
Hotel. 

Herald— Evening; Dem; Est. '88: 4p 11x16; 

Sub. .S4. T. T. Ward. Circ 3-325 

Herald— Saturday; Dem; Est. '65; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .SI. T.t.AVard. Circ 3-950 

News— Evening: Dem: Est. '89; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .55. E. C. Waterman. Circ 3 -250- 



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News— Friday; Dem; Est. '72; 8p 17X24; 

Sul). SI. E. C. Waterman. Circ ®-800 

OKOLONA, r>32; Clark. 21289; 22m SW of Arkadel- 
]ihia (111 Sdutliwestern Arkansas & Indian Territory Ry. 
In larmiiig section. Has a tlonr mill. Express; Tele- 
grajili. Citizens' Bank. 
News— Saturday; Dem; Est. 1901 ; 12p 8X10; 

Sul). 50C. M.E.Harwell. Circ (S-800 

OLAi ; Yell, 22750; lC>m — of Dardanelle, nearest 

railroad point. Agricultural town. Express, Darda- 
nelle; Telegraph, Russellville. Bank, Dardanelle. 

Pilot— Thursdav ; Dem; Est. '9(;; 4p 20X20; 

Sub. .fl. H.M.Jackson. Circ (3-1000 

OSCEOLA*, 953; Mississippi, 16384; 50m KE of 
Memphis, on branch of Frisco System; on the Mis- 
sissijijii river, having shii)ping facilities. Here are saw, 
grist, cotton and oil mills and ice factory. A trade 
centre and shipping point. Express ; Telegraph. Bank 
of Osceola. 

Leader— Saturdav : Dem; Est. 1902; 4p 

24x30; Sub. ;S1. Palmer ^: Marable. Circ. 3 -700 

Times — Saturday; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 

17 3-4x24; Sub. $1. Leon Koussan. Circ.(3)-700 

OZARK*, 848; Franklin, 17395; 43m NE of Fort 
Smith on Arkansas river and St. Louis, Iron Mountain 
iS: Southern Ry. A shipjiiug port for cotton, fruit and 
agricultural produce. In mining region. Seat of Frank- 
lin Female College. Exi)ress ; Telegraiih. Arkansas 
Valley Bank. Commercial Jefferson Hotel. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '77; 8p 

13 -20; Sub. .^1. C. C. Colburn. Circ ®-900 

PARAGOULD*, 3324; Greene, 10979; 80m NW of 
Memphis, Teiiii. on Iron Mountain and Cotton Belt, 
terminus Paragould and Southeastern Rys. Has 
Henry Wrape Co.. stave and headings; J. F. Hasty & 
Sons, cooperage ; Pekin Stave&Mfg. Co., P. H. Hammond 
Planing Mill Co., McDonald and Paragould Lumber 
companies, Bradford Spoke & Handle Co., Paragould 
Foundry & Machine Shop and Roller Mill Co., ice plant, 
cotton compress and minor industries, employing 700 
people. Val. .?876,441. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of 
Paragould. Loda House. 

Soliphone— Daily ex Sun ; Dem ; Est. '98 ; 4-8p 

13X20; Sub. !i!4. J.R.Taylor. Circ (1-525 

Soliphone— Friday ; Dem; Est. '92; 8-12p 

15x22 ; Sub. ipl. J.R.Taylor. Circ ®-1700 

PARIS*, S36 ; Logan, 20503 ; 18m SE of Ozark ; termin- 
us of Arkansas Central Ry. Has flour and cotton mills. 
Has farming interests. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of 
Paris. 
Express— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '80 ; 4p 20x20 ; 

Sub. .§1. Wm. M. Greenwood. Circ igi-678 

Herald— Thursdav; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. §1. Herald Printing Co. Circ ®-300 

Journal— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '99; 8p 20X26; 

Sub. .*1. W. H. H. Harley. Circ ®-600 

Mag-net- Wednesday ; Est. '98; 4p 17X24; 

Sub. SI. J.W.Wagner. Circ ®-500 

PERRYVILLE*, 300; Perry, 7294; 40m NW of Little 
Rock on i'ourche la Fave river: nearest railroad point, 
W. Perryville, 13 m on C. O. & G. Ry. Has steamboat 
connections with riverports. In lumber and fanning 
region. Express; Telegraph. R. R. depot, Perryville. 
Bank of Perry County at >'. I'erryville. 

News— Saturdav : Dem; Est. '84; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. W.T.Gadd. Circ '1-500 

PIGGOTT*, 195; Clay. 15886; 80m S of Cairo on 
St. Louis Southwestern Ry. Has two cotton gins, elec- 
tric roller mill, three saw mills, planing and shingle mill 
and other small industries. A stock raising and farm- 
ing town. Express; Telegraph. Clay County Bank. 
Gattinger House. 

Banner— Friday ; Ind: Est. '91; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. .fl. CJr. E. Williams. Circ @-960 

PIKE CITY, 703; Pike, 10301 ; 25m NW of Prescott on 
Southwestern. Arkansas & Indian Territory Ry. In 
farming community. Lumber mills, oil anil asphalt 
region. Exjiress ; Telegraph, Antoine. Nevada County 
Bank, Prescott. 

Cannon Ball— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '91; 8p 

9x14; Sub. $1. O.H.Alexander. Circ..(g)-1326 



PINE BLUFF*, 11496; JefCerson, 40972; 42m SE of 
Little Rock on Cotton Belt and St. Louis, Iron Moun- 
tain & Southern div. Mo. P. Rys. ; on Pine Bluff & West- 
ern R. R., at head of low water navigation. Has Cotton 
Belt Ry. shops employing 1000 men; Pine Bluff Mill & 
Elevator Co., St. Louis Stave & Lumber Co., Ezell Stave 
Co., Bluff City Lumber Co., Standard Cotton Compress 
& Warehouse Co., Pine Bluff Oil Co., Arkansas Cotton 
Oil Co., Dilley Foundry, Arkansas & Texas Ice & Coal 
Co. Has seven wholesale houses, is trade centre for 
county and greatest cotton market in the state. Seat of 
Colored Industrial Institute, Merrill's Institute and 
Branch Normal College. Val. S3, 105. 330. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Pine Bluff. Trulock House. 

Commercial— Evening; Dem; Est. '87; 8p 

15x22 ; Sub. S7.50. C. G. Newman. Circ.®-1100 

Commercial— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 

20  24; Sub. SI. 50. C. G. Newman. Circ.Ji-2300 

Courier— Saturdav ; Dem; Est. '97 ; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. 81. E. H. Plummer. Circ ®-1000 

Graphic— Evening ; Dem ; Est. '80;8p 13x20; 

Sub. S7.50. Adams Printing Co. Circ @-987 

Graphic — Sunday; Dem; Est. '86;8-12p 

15x22; Sub. S1.50. Adams Printing Co. 

Circ fl)-1032 

Graphic— Wednesday and Saturday; Dem; 

Est. '87; 8p 13x20; Sub. SI. 50. Adams 

I'rinting Co. Circ :I)-1000 

Journal and Advertiser— Sunday ; Dem ; Est. 

1902; 4p 13X20; Sub. SI. Miller & 

Buchanon. Circ S-2500 

Press-Eagle— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. '08; 4p 

22 X 2s ; Sub. S2. Arthur Murray. Circ. . . ^-2550 

POCAHONTAS*, 907; Randolph, 17150; 50m NE of 
Batesville, terminus Hoxie, Pocahontas & Northern 
Ry. ; at head of steam navigation on Black river, steam- 
boats to Newiiort terminus; of the St. Louis, M. & S. K. 
Rys. In farming, cotton raising and lumber section. 
Express; Telegraph, State Bank. 

Herald— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. Blankenshij) & Hinton. Circ 3-750 

News — Friday; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 

15 1-2X20;' Sub. 81. E. W. Hodges. Circ.(3 -1225 

PRAIRIE GROVE, 720; Washington, 34250; 12m SW 
of Fayetteville, on Cherokee Cen. Ry. A farming town. 
Express. Bank of Fayetteville, Fayetteville. 

Globe -Thursday; Dem; Est. '99; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. $1.50. J. S. Renfroe & Sons. Circ...(i>-675 

PRESCOTT*, 2005; Nevada. 16009; 90m S of Little 
Rock on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. 
Here are .saw and grist mills and a cotton gin, furni- 
ture and ice factory. A general trade centre and shiij- 
jiing point for cotton, furs, lumber, wool and live stock. 
Val. S873,942. Express; Telegraph. Nevada County 
Bank. 

Times-Picayune- Thursday ; Dem; Est. '77 
4p 18x24. Sub. SI. F. J. Johnson. 
Circ (1-1480 

PRINCET0N*,168; Dallas, 11518: 20m NWofFordyce, 
nearest railroad and telegraph iioint. In agricultural 
district. Express. Bank of Fordyce, Fordyce. Parker 
House. 

Princetonian— Thursdav : Dem: Est. '96; 

8p 15x22; Sub. $1." G. D. Smith Jr. Circ.(I)-900 

QUITMAN, 650; Cleburne, 9028; 33m NW of Searcy 
nearest railroad point. Has flour mills and cotton gins 
and is trade centre for agricultural district. Is seat of 
Quitman College. Val. S25,000. Express; Telegraph 
and Bank at Searcy. 

Tribune — Friday; Non-partisan; Est. '97; 4p 

15x22; Sub. SI. R. W. Carnes. Circ ®-475 

RECTOR, 520: Clay, 15880: 18m NE of Paragould on 
St. Louis .Southwestern Ry. Produces large quantities 
of corn, cotton, fruit, wheat and hay. Local trade 
centre. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Rector. AVyman 
House. 

The Rector Vitascope— Saturday ; Ind ; Est. 
'95; Op 10-22; Sub. SL Mrs. S. E.C. Cox. 
Circ ®-658 

RISON*, 800; Cleveland, 11620; 22m S of Pine Bluff 
on St. Louis Southwestern Ry. Agricultural and tim- 
ber trade centre for Cleveland county. Express ; Tel- 
egraph. Bank of Rison. 



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PETTINaiLL'tS NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



Bazoo— Friday : Dem; Est. '95: 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. Little & Brake. Circ d-TOO 

Herald— Thursday; Dem; Est. '88 ;4p 22x26; 

Sub. §1. W. J. Stanfield. Circ @-800 

ROGERS, 2158: Benton, 31611; 75m N of Fort 
.Smitb on St. Louis & San Francisco Ry. Is farming 
town, trade centre and sliijjping jioint for apples and 
small fruits. Has summer visitors. Yal. .S600,000. 
Ex]iress: Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. Jones House. 
Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '81; 4p 

I'd,- -'0; Sub. .•?1.^ Funk& Son. Circ (J)-960 

Republican— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '88 ; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. si. AV. R. Cady. Circ f-lOOO 

RTJSSELLVILLE*, 1832; Pope, 21715; 74m NW of 
Little Kock, junction Dardanelle & Russellville and 
Little Rock and Fort Smith brs. St. L., I. 31. & S. Rys. 
Here are plow, wagon and ice factories, grist and saw 
mills. A trade centre. Yal. .§540,000. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Bank of Russellyille. Palace Hotel. 

Courier-Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '74; 
Sp i;Jx-0; Sub. $1. Couriei -Democrat 
Printing Co. Circ (J)-1250 

ST. PAUL, 345; Madison. 19864; 35m SE of Fayette- 
ville. Shijis annually .§1,000,000 worth hardwood lum- 
ber. Centre of great fruit belt. Exi)ress ; Telegraph. 
Bank of Fayetteville, Fayetteville. 

Mountain Air— Saturday ; Local; Est. '94; 8p 

13  20; Sub. , SI. E. F. Shinn. Circ ®-580 

SALEM*, 500; Fulton, 12917; 20m W of Mammoth 
Springs, nearest railroad and telegraph point. Has 
mineral deposits. In farming fruit and stock district. 
Express. Bank of Mammoth Spring, Mammoth Spring. 

Banner— Friday ; Dem; Est. '84; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. .SI. J.L.Franks. Circ ©-600 

SEARCY*, 1995; White, 248C.4: 50m N of Little 
Rock, on Iron Mountain & Rock Island Ry. Is trade 
centre and shipping i)Oint for large farniing section; 
10000 liales of cotton and immense quantities of 
ai)ples are exported annually and the annual trade 
aggregates .§1,000,000. Is seat of the State Methodist 
"Galloway Female College," Searcy (Military) College 
and Searcy Female Institute. Has White Sulphur 
Chalybeateand Alum Springs, with thousands of visit- 
ors the year round. Val. §400,000. Express; Tele 
gra])h. People's Bank. Holt House. 

Citizen— Evening Dem; Est. '90; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. §4. J. J. Baugh. Circ S-300 

Citizen— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '54; 8p 

15<22; Sub. §1. J. J. Biaugh. Circ 3-1200 

SHERIDAN*, 210: Grant, 7671 ; 25m W of Pine BluflE; 
nearest railroad and telegraph point, Pine Bluff. Agri- 
cultural pursuits. Express. Merchants' & Planters' 
Bank. 

Headlight— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '81; 4p 

L'4 3';; SuV). .§1. R.R.Adams. Circ (2)-500 

SILOAM SPRINGS, 1748; Benton. 31611 ; 239m S 
ol Kan.sas City, Mo. on Port Arthur route K. C. P. & G. 
Ry. Fruit, grain and ])oultry raising are the principal, 
industries. Noted health resort. A trade centre for 
fruit growing section lioth in Arkansas and Indian 
Territory. Val. .§2,000,000. Express ; Telegraph. Bank 
of Siloaiii. 

Democrat— Thursday; Dem; Est. '95; 4p 

IS <L'4; Sub. .§1. Stahl & Ragsdale. Circ.(D-1000 

Herald-Friday; Dem; Est. '79; 6p 18x24; 

Sul). si. A. W. Perrine. Circ 3;-1260 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '92; 4}) 
18x24; Sub. .§1. Rakestraw & Crandall. 

Circ (D-750 

STAR CITY*, 251; Lincoln, 13389; 30m SE of Pine 
Bluff, nearest railroad point. Tamo. Grows cotton, fruit 
and grain. Has two cotton gins and grist mills. Ex- 
])ress. Tamo; Telegraiih, Varner's Station. Merchants' 
& Planters' Bank, Pine Bluff. 
Ledger— Thursday; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 14x20; 

Sub. .§1. Lyman & Stanley. Circ J-620 

STUTTGART, 1258; Arkansas, 12973; 35m NE of 
Pine Bluff', junction St. Louis & Southwestern and 
Stuttgart & Arkansas River Rys. Grows oats, corn, peas 
hay and cattle and is a trade centre for farming com- 
munity. Yal. §800,000. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Ger- 
man American Bank. 

Free Press— Thursday; Dem; Est. '91; 8p 
15x22; Sub. §1." Free Press Pub. Co. 
Circ ®-900 



Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 
17 1-2x24; Sub. §1. A. A. Tindall. 
Circ 5-1000 

SULPHUR ROCK, 358; Independence, 22557; 10m 
SE of Batesville on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & South- 
ern Ry. Engaged in farming. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank, Batesville. 

Educator— Monthly ; PMucational ; Est. '94 ; 4p 
9 1-2x12 1-2; Sub. 50c. J. W. Decker. 
Circ (S -1641 

TEXARKANA*, 10170; Miller, 17558; 150m SW of 
Little Rock ou St. Louis & Southwestern, Pittsburg & 
Gulf, tennmus St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern, 
Texas & Pacific and Texas Central, Arkansas & Lousi- 
ana and Lexarkana, Shreveport & Natchez Rys. Has 
Central Coal & Coke Co., Gate City and other' lumber 
comi)anies, cotton compress and oil inills, iron foundries, 
wagon factories, ice factory, broom and stave factories, 
employing 4000 men. Nine railroad terminals here and 
gives employment to 1500 men, with a monthly jmy roll 
of .§250,000. Is trade centre of farming region. Yal. 
.§4,500,000. Express ; Telegraph. State Bank of Tex- 
arkana. Huckins House. 

Kaleidoscope— Saturday ; lud; Est. '98; 12p 

13X20; Sub. .§1. E.D.Strang. Circ 1)-1343 

Texarkanian— Evening and Sunday Morning; 
Dem; Est. '84; 8p 13x20; Sub. .§5. Geo. 
S. Yalliant. Circ S-900 

Texarkanian— Thursday; Dem; Est. '83; 4p 

IS;- 24; Sub. .§1. Geo. S. Yalliant. Circ. f -1250 

VAN BUREN*, 2573; Crawford, 21270; 160m NW 
of Little Rock on Arkansas river with shijtping advan- 
tages, St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern and St. 
Louis & San Francisco Rys. Industries: Flour, saw and 
planing mills, foundry, wagon, ice, cigars and broom 
factories. Has railroad shops and cotton compress. 
Grows and ships large quantities of strawberries, po- 
tatoes and early vegetables and is a trade centre for a 
manufacturing and farming district. Yal. §803,111. 
Express; Telegra]ih. Citizens' Bank. Collins House. 
Argus — Evening ex Sat. and Sun. Morning; 
Dem; Est. '97; 4pl6x21; Sub. .§4.50. Thayer 

Bros. Circ 'S-450 

Argus— Thursday; Dem; Est. '75; 4p 24X36 

Sub. ^1. Thayer Bros. Circ 3-700 

Press— Saturday; Dem; Est. '59; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. .§1. J.S.Dunham. Circ @-500 

Venture— Friday : Rep; Est. 1900; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. William C.Yoes. Circ @-350 

VIOLA, 250, Fulton, 12917; 12m NW of Salem; 
nearest railroad point. West Plains, Mo. Agriculture 
is the leading industry. Trade centre for western part 
of Fulton County. Yal. §25,000. Express and Tele- 
grajth. West Plains. Bank of Mammoth Spring, Mam- 
moth Spring. 

Ledger— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '95; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. §1. T. J. Franks & .Son. Circ (l)-500 

WALDRON*, 487: Scott, 13183; 40m SE of Fort 
Smith; terminus of the Arkansas Western Ry. Con- 
nections with Heavener, I. T., 32 m west. Stage con- 
nections with Fort Smith. A cotton growing town, 
manufacturing, having steam mills. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank, Waldron. 

Reporter— Thursday :Dem ;Est. '78 ;8p 13x20 ; 

Sub. .SI. Hubert J. Hall. Circ 2--1937 

WALNUT RIDGE, 830; Lawrence, 16491; 40m NE 
of Newport on St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern 
and M. & N. A. Rys. Has a wagon and axe handle fac- 
tory, cotton gin and saw mills. Express ; Telegraph. 
Lawrence County Bank. 

Blade— Friday; Dem; Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. J. C. Riley, Jr. Circ ;|)-900 

Telephone— Evening; Dem; Est. '95; 4p 

llxKi; Sub. .§4. Anderson & King. Circ..@-300 
Telephone— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '84; 8p 

17 -24; .Sub. §1. Anderson & King. CiTC.ti-l950 

WARREN*, 954; Bradley, 9651 ; 50m S of Pine Bluff 

on .St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. In a cot- 
ton raising section. Large lumlier interests, stave fac- 
tory and saw mills. Express ; Telegraph. Merchants' 
& Planters' Bank. Everett House. 

Democrat-News— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '85; 

Sp 15^.22; Sub. §1. P. H. Thomas. Circ.(|;-1700 



ARKANSAS. 



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WASHINGTON*, 374; Hempstead, 24101; 10m NW 
tit Hoiie on Arkansas & Louisiana Ry. An agricultural 
town. Express ; Telegraph. Hempstead County Bank, 
Hope. 
Telegraph— Friday; Dem; Est. '40; 8p 

i:^ L'O; Sub. .':;l. Telegraph I»ub. Co. 

Circ D-650 

WINTHROP, ; Little River, 13731; 39m NW of 

Texarkana on Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf Ry. Has 
agrifultural interests. Express; Telegraph. Bank, 
Texarkana. 



Journal— Friday; Dem; Est. 
Sub. .SI. De Witt Owen. 



'99; 4p 15x22 

Circ f)-450 



WOODBERRY, ; Calhoun, 8539 ; 4m N W of Hamp- 
ton ; nearest railroad point, Camden. Farming forms 
the principal pursuit. Express; Telegraph. Bank, 
Camden. 

Plaindealer- Thursday ; Est. '99; 4p 17X24; 

.Sub. si. Cooper & Bennett. Circ fi;-238 



WYNNE, 1G31 ; Cross, 11051 ; IGm N of Forrest City 
on .St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. An agri- 
cultural, cotton growing and large timber manufactur- 
ing district. Express ; Telegraph. Cross County Bank. 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem; Est. '95; 8p 20X26; 

Sub. $1. W. A. H. McDaniel. Circ g-700 

Pilot— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '97; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. $1. C. P. Sapphon. Circ (3)-800 

YELLVILLE*, 578; Marion, 11377; 120m NE of 
Little Rock ; 30m west of Yellville at Harrison, Ark. ; 
nearest railroad and telegraph point, Everton, Ark,; 
A mining and farming region. Express. Bank of 
Yellville. 

Mountain Echo— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '86 ; 4p 
15x22; Sub. $1. Jones & Matthews. 
Circ $-800 



CALIFORNIA. 



Capital, Sacramento. Settled at San Diego by Spaniards in 1769. Population, 1,485,053. Area, 158,235 
sq. miles. Acres of farm land, 16,593.742; value of farm land, $262,051,282. No state debt. Vote in 1900: 
Rep. 1047 .'iS: Dem.498o; Pro. 5024; .Soc. Dem. 7554. 

California is bounded on the north by Oregon ; on the east by Nevada and Arizona; on the south by Mexico- 
and the Pacific Ocean and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. The gold state is an empire by itself, twice as large 
as New England, with a thousand miles of coast. It is naturally divided into a number of regions widely differ- 
ent in climate, soil and products. The Pacific slope on the west, the western Highland, the Great Valley and the 
Sierra Nevada mountains on the eastern border. The latter make up the highest portion of the state, the whole 
range is over 10000 feet high, there are many peaks 12000 to 13000 feet high and Mount Whitney is the high- 
est mountain in the United States, outside of Alaska, towering 14500 feet. The best scenery is to the south,, 
and such is the mildness and dryness of the climate that thousands of visitors camp at different points in thfr 
mountains every year. In these" mountains in the eastern part of the state is situated Yosemite Valley, cover- 
ing 36000 acres, with some of the grandest scenery in the world. It is nearly 4000 feet deep. The most re- 
markable features are the Yosemite Palls, which descends 2600 feet in the three falls : Bridal Veil Cascade with 
900 feet of fall : El Capitan. a rock>' sentinel 3300 feet in height : The Half Dome, a vertical cliff 1500 feet high ; 
The Spires, Sentinel Rocks, Royal Arches and Mirror Lake. Death Valley is a desert in Tuolumne county. Other 
points of scenic interest are Bower Cave in Mariposa county. Alabaster Cave in Placer county and the Petrified 
Forest near San Francisco. The Great Valley between the Sierra Nevada and coast ranges, occupies 1800O 
square miles of the central part of the state and is drained by the two principal Californian rivers, the Sacra- 
mento and San Joaquin. The Klomate drains the northwestern corner of the state. Tulare, in Tulare county, is the 
largest lake in the state and Tahoe, on the eastern border is the highest, with an altitude of over 6000 feet.. 
There are a number of small lakes in the northeastern part of the state. California is famous as a winter resort 
and the principal localities are Los Angeles, Monteray, Pasadena, San Jose and San Diego. The latter city has- 
the largest winter resort hotel in the world ; its climate is unsurpassed. California is preeminently an agricul- 
tural and mining state. Her cereal, hay and root crops amount to §70,000,000 annually, largely 'produced in 
the.Great valley. Immense crops of beans, vegetables and sugar beets are produced. Chicorj', mustard and the 
Persian Insect powder plant are grown near Stockton. Sweet potatoes and peanuts are raised nearly every- 
where. Cotton is grown in the San Louis valley. In fruit culture California is the leading state in the Union. 
All kinds grow here equally well and the yearly production of deciduous fruits amount to 30,000,000 pounds. 
Fruit cannnig and drying are industries of'vastproportions. Over 200,000 acres are planted with young vines 
and the annual production of wine is now 17,000,000 gallons. There are three regions of grape culture : The 
Coast, the Sierra foothills and the southern section, each devoted to special varieties. California boasts the 
largest vineyard in the world (over 4000 acres) in Tahama county and the largest wine cellar in existence (ca- 
pacity 2.500,000 gallons) at St. Helena. California is the greatest wool-producing state, with 6,000,000 sheei> 
and an annual clip of 35,000,000 pounds. The silk industry is promising. Bee culture is a growing industry. 
From 1849 to 1890, the state produced $1,300,000,000 in gold bullion, in the foothills of the Sierras, the coast 
range and Southern California. Considerable silver has oeen produced, but is not a paying industry. The 
quicksilver mines produce 2,000,000 pounds a year. In the production of petroleum, the state ranks next to 
Pennsylvania. Copper, lead, coal, tin, nickel, manganese, gra])hite, salt, borax and soda are produced in large 
quantities. There are great quarries of granite, gray sandstone, marble and onyx. The state has a great num- 
ber of mineral springs. The deep sea fisheries employ 3000 men and the annual catch is worth over §1,000.- 
000. California has long been famous for her big trees. In the Siena there are forests of Sequoios, many of them 
325 feet high and 50 to 100 feet in circumference. There are 57 counties and newspapers are published in 
56. The principal cities and towns are : San Francisco, Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento, San Jose, San Diego,. 
Stockton, Fresno, Alameda and VaUejo. 



ACTON, 150; Los Angeles. 170,298; 30m N of Los 
Angeles on So. Pacific Ry. Has Red Rover Gold Mine 
and mill, .§1,500.000 capital, employing 50 men, with 
annual output of 8300,000 and four other stamp mills 
and paper mill of the London Telegra])h. Has quanti- 
ties of asbestos, lime, soapstone, gyi)sum, silver and 
copi)er. It contains a fine grade of p?troleum and par- 
afin oil. Grows olives, apricots and almonds. Is a great 
section for comb honey. Is trade centre for gold min- 
ing and fruit raising" district. Is health resort for 
throat and lung troubles. Val. §100,000. Express; 
Telegraph. Los Angeles Nat. Bank, Los Angeles. 

Rooster— Monthly ; Rep ; Est. '91 ; 4p 13X18; 

Sub. 50c. R. E. Nickel. Circ 1^-500 

ADIN, (twp.)314; Modoc, 5076; 40m SW of Alturas; 
nearest railroad point, Madeline. A stock raising, dairy- 
ing and farming community. Express ; Telegraph. 
Cressler & Bonner, Bankers, CedarviUe. 

Argus— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '81 ; 4p 24X 3G; 

.Sub. §2. E. "s. Pickard. Circ '3;-500 

ALAMEDA, (twp.) 16464: Alameda. 130,197: Im S of 
Oakland on two lines Southern Pacific Ry. ; on Oakland 
creek and .San Francisco bay, with j)assenger and 
freight steamer connections with all parts of the world. 
Has Pacific Coast Oil Works, largest on the Pacific 
coast; N. Clark & Sons' Pottery Works, largest in the 
state; Pacific Coast Borax Works, largest in the world 
and minor interests. Ship yards of Hay & Wright 
and Pacific Coast Engineering AVorks. Trolley to Oak- 
land, Berkeley, Fruitvale, Piedmont, San Leandro and 
Haj'wards. Has College of Notre Dame, (R. Catholic). 
Is summer resort. Val. §15,000,000. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Bank of Alameda. Park Hotel. 



Argus— Evening ; Rep; Est. '77; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. §4.80. Argus Pub. Co. Circ f -1483; 

Encinal— Evening ; Rep ; Est. '69; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. §4.50. Geo. F. Weeks & Son. Circ.f -125a 

ALHAMBRA, 808; Los Angeles. 170,298; 8m E by 
N of Los Angeles on Southern Pacific Ry. It is an 
orange growing section. Express; Telegraph. Bank, 
Los Angeles. 

Advocate— Saturday ; Est. '98; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. §1. Advocate Pub. Co. Circ 3 -50O 

ALTURAS*, (twp.) 512; Modoc, 5076; 25m N of 
CedarviUe : nearest railroad jioint. Redding. A stock 
raising and fruit growing town. Express; Telegraph. 
Cressler & Bonner, Bankers, CedarviUe. 
New Era— Friday; Dem; Est. '88; 4p 12X18; 

Sub. §2.50. Sloss & Lighty. Circ 1-700 

Plaindealer— Friday ; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 
18x24; Sub. $2. Thompson & Eichler. 

Circ 3:-545- 

ANAHEIM, 2.500; Orange, 25000: 25m SE of Los 
Angeles on Southern California and Southern Pacific 
Rys. In agricultural district, growing walnuts, oranges,, 
and lemons, deciduous fruits, sugar beets, grain and live 
stock, petroleum. Manufactures farm machinery, beet 
sugar, beer and wine. A shipping i)oint and local trade 
centre. Val. $1,000,000. Express; Telegraph. Citizens' 
Bank. 

Gazette— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '70; 4p 20X26: 

Sub. §1.50. Henrj- Kuchel. Circ ®-1280' 

Plaindealer-Saturdav; Est. '98; 4p 20X26; 

Sub. §1.50. J.E. Valjeau. Circ ®-55(> 



CALIFORNIA. 



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ANDERSON, 508; Shasta, 17318; 11m S of Redding 
on Southern I'acific Ky. Here are wagon and carriage 
shops and a tiour null. A lumbering, fruit ofrowing 
and farming section. Exjiress : Telegraph. Bank of 
Shasta County, Kedding. Oriental Hotel. 
News— Saturday ; Ind: Est. '82; 4p 18 X 2.4; 

Sub. $2. A". L. Price. Giro ®-350 

ANGELS CAMP, 3100: Calaveras, 11200: 60m SE of 
.Sacramento; nearest railroad point. Robinson's Ferry, 
I'lm below. Has gold mines and grows fruit. Exi)ress; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Rank, Stockton. Angels Hotel. 

Mountain Echo— Wednesday; Ind; Est. '79; 
,sp l.">X22; Sub. s2. Reed c<: Hutchinson, 
(ire ii)0 030 

ANTIPCH, Ci74: Contra Costa, 18046; 50m NE of San 
Francisco on .Southern Pacific Ry. and 55 by water on 
San .Joa(iuin river and San Francisco bay. Daily boats 
to .San Francisco. Does heavy shii)pi"ng business in 
stock, produce, coal and grain. Here are i)aper mills, 
potteries and distilleries. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
•of Autioch. Arlington Hotel. 

Ledger— Friday ; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. .§2.50. C.F.Montgomery. Circ. . .®-100O 

APPLEGATE, HO; Placer, 15786; 4r)m NE of Sacra- 
mento on Southern Pacific Ry. Limestone quarry and 
lime kilns furnish chief occupation. It is a fruit 
centre, and poi>ular summer resort. Express; Tele- 
graph. .\pplegate. Bank, Auburn. 

Bible Review— ^lonthlv ; Scien. and Rel. ; Est. 
'02;40p7x9. Sub. #1.50. The Esoteric 
Fraternity. Circ (S)-1000 

ARBTJCKLE, 375; Colusa, 7364; 24m N of Sacra- 
nientci (in So. Pacific Ry. Freight and passenger con- 
nections on Sacramento river. Is farming town, trade 
•centre for grain, beef, pork, fruit, almond and raisin 
producing section, with 7000 pop. Express : Tele- 
^raiih. Xat. Bank of D. O. Mills & Co., Sacramento. 
American House. 
Independent— Friday ; Ind; Est. '97; 4p 

l.')X22; Sub. .S1.50. J.W.Hudson. Circ..®-400 

ARCATA, 052 ; Humboldt, 27104; 8m N of Eureka on 
Humboldt bay C. & N. and E. & K. R. Rys. In redwood 
lumber district. Has heavy lumber and shingle trade, 
butter, cattle and farm produce. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Areata. Union Hotel. 

Union— Saturdav ; Rep ; Est. '86; 6p 18x24; 

Sub. .S2. Wiley Bros. Circ ($-1050 

ARROYO GRANDE, 750; San Luis Obispo, 16637; 
2S7m S of San Francisco on Pacific Coast Ry. Farming 
and stock raising are the chief industries. Express; 
Telegraph. Commercial Bank, San Luis Obispo. 

Herald— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '87; 8p 12x18; 

Sub. .SI. 50. S. Clevenger. Circ @-500 

AUBURN*, 2050; Placer, 15786; 36m NE of Sacra- 
mento on Southern Pacific Ry. In fruit growing dis- 
trict, where are grown every variety or fruit, citrons 
and deciduous fruits. In neighborhood of gold mines 
and lime kilns. A trade centre and health resort. Val. 
-Sl.OOi 1,000. Express; Telegraph. Placer County Bank. 
Putnam House. 
Herald— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '52; Sp 12x18; 

Sub. .SI. .50. Nv. A. Shepard. Circ {g-llSO 

Leader— Thursdav ; Rep; Est. '72; 4p 20X26; 

.Sub. si. F.A.Stuart. Circ (g)-1200 

Republican-Argus— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '72 ; 4p 

20x26; SuIj. #1. F. M. Millikan. Circ... J)- 1050 

AZUSA, (twp.) 863; Los Angeles, 170298; 24m E 
<)t Los Angeles on San Gabriel river and Southern 
California Ry. A fruit, grain growing and mining 
town. Chief "trading point in Azusa Valley. Express; 
Telegraph. Azusa Valley Bank. Hotel Azusa. 

Pomotropic— Thursday; Non.-Part. : Est. '87; 

Sp 13X20; Sub. §1.50. R.H.Holmes. Circ.1-600 

BADEN, 1857; San Mateo, 12094; 12m S of San Fran- 
cisco on Coast div. S. P. Ry. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of California, San Francisco. 
Enterprise— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 

15X22; Sub. SI. 50. E. E. Cunningham. 

Circ fS-TOO 

BAKERSFIELD*, 4836; Kern, 1(5480; 185m N of Los 
Angeles on Southern Pacific and Atchinson, Topeka & 
Santa Fe Rys. Kern river furnishes electric power. 
Has Cross-Augsburg and Union Lumber companies, 
Jewett-Blodgett Oil Co., Augustus Kratzme, foundries; 



Web Iron Works, Porter Bros., packers of dried fruits, 
Kern County Land Co., rtour mill and meat packers; 
■James Curran, brick; and minor industries. Has larg- 
est oil fields in the United States. Is trade centre for 
county. Val. .1*2,500,000. Express ; Telegraph. Bank 
of Bakersfield. Arlington Hotel. 
Calif ornian— Evening; Dem; Est. '91; 8p 

13  2( ) ; Sub. .•3i5. Alfred Harrell. Circ. . . . 3-1850 

Calif ornian— Thursday; Dem; Est. '66: 8p 

13x20; Sub. .SI. Alfred Harrell. Circ. . a-l<J50 

Echo— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '95; 4p 

15x22; Sub. .S3. Echo Pub. Co. Circ ®-625 

Echo— Thursdav : Rep; Est. '86; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .S2. EchoPub.Co. Circ ®-1250 

Independent-Friday ;Ind ;Est.'98 ; 8p 15X22 ; 

Sub. .S2. E. A. Pueschel. Circ 'i)-875 

Standard— Saturday ; Rep ; Est.'92 ; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. !#2. Standard Pub. Co. Circ J-400 

BENICIA, 2751 ; Solano, 24143 ; 33m NE of San Fran- 
cisco on Southern and Central Pacific Rys.; at mouth 
of Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers. Has Baker & 
Hamilton, farming tools; KuUman, Salz & Co., McKay 
and Sumner, tanneries ; Delaney's and M. Turner's ship 
yard, G. W. Hume, cannery ; Port Costa Lumber Co., 
employing 1000 jieople, with monthly pay roll of .?45,- 
000 arid manufacturing goods worth "S2, $00, 000, annu- 
ally. Has retail farming and foreign trade of .S6,000,000 
annually. American Condensed Milk Co. Seat of St. 
Catharine's (R. Catholic) Convent, St. Augustine (Epis- 
copalian) College and U. S. Arsenal and Barracks. 
Val. . 53,865,702. Express ; Telegraph. People's Bank. 
Palace Hotel. 
Herald— Thursday; Ind; Est. '98; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. .^l.SO. (Jran A. King. Circ ®-900 

New Era— Saturdav; Ind-Rep; P^st. '77; 8v> 

18x24; Sub. .#2. James M. Burke. Giro... 1-700 

BERKELEY, 13214; Alameda, 130197: 11m NE of 
San Francisco on Southern Pacific and Santa Fe Rys., 
connected by half -hourly ferries with San Francisco' on 
San Francisco Ijay, with passenger and freight steamer 
connections with all the world. Has soap works, 
iron works, furniture and organ factories and 
minor industries. Is manufacturing trade centre for 
northeastern i>art of county. Trolley and train to Oak- 
land, Alameda, Golden "Gate, arid West Berkeley. 
Berkeley is the leading educational centre on the Pacific 
Coast,— seat of the University of California, 3000 stu- 
dents, faculty of 450; State* Institution for the Deaf, 
Dumb and Blind and six Female Seminaries. Val. 
.§15,000.000. Express; Telegraph. First National 
Bank. New Acheson House. 
Berkeley Daily Gazette— Evening; Rep; Est. 
'73; 8p 15/. 20; Sub. -94. Berkeley Gazette 

Pub. Co. Circ 1-2420 

Daily Calif ornian— t Morning; Collegiate; 
Est. '93;6p 13X16; Sub. $2. Univer- 
sity of California. Circ 3^-950 

Occident— + Wednesday ; Collegiate; Est. '81; 
20p 9X12; Sub. $1. Occident Pub. Go. 
Circ ®-525 

University of California Magazine— t Month- 
ly ex .lune, .lulv and August ; Collegiate; 
Est. '95; 90p 6X9; Sub. .S1.50. A. D. 
Long. Circ ©-lOOO 

West Berkeley Sun and Letter— Weekly ; 

Rep; Est. '84: 8p 15x22; Sub. -SI. 50. 

Sun Berkeley Gazette Pub. Go. Circ 3-1012 

BIEBER, 150; Lassen, 4511; 75m NE of Redding, 
nearest railway and telegraph point. In timber section, 
where are sulphur springs. A stock raising and farm- 
ing town. Express. Bank of Tehama, Red Bluff. 
Gazette— Thursday; Ind; Est. '93; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .?2. Nathan Bieber. Circ 4-300 

BIGGS, 700; Butte, 17117; 73m N of Sacramento on 
Southern Pacific Ry . In a farming region, growing grain 
and citrons and deciduous fruit. A trade centre and 
shipping point for farm and fruit produce. H.».s grain 
warehouses, fruit cannery, creamery and tannery. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Sacramento Valley Bank. Planters' 
Hotel. 

Argus— Friday ; Ind; Est. '86: 4p 18X24; 

''Sub. .S2. j. M. Gofifman. Circ ®-600 

BISHOP, 340; Inyo, 4377: 290m N of Los Angeles; 
connections on Ca'rson & Colorado Ry. three miles dis- 
tant. Has two flouring mills, lour creameries and 



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planing mill. Is trade centre for farming and mining 
region with 2000 pop. Yal. .^200,000. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank. 
Register— Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '85; 4p 

15x22; Sub. S3. W. A. Chalfant. Circ...(E-390 

BLACK DIAMOND, 1200. Contra Costa, 180-40; 50m 
E of San Francisco on main line of Santa Fe and S. P. 
Rys. Situated at continence of San Joaquin and Sacra- 
mento rivers. Three lines of river steamers. Salmon 
canneries, lumber mills, vineyards and grain. Val. 
$500,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Martinez. 

Argus— Saturday; Est. 1902. W. C. Lewis. 

Circ .' a-300 

BLTTE LAKE, 700; Humboldt, 27104; 20m N of 
F^ureka on Areata & Mad River Ry. Shingles, stakes, 
redwood, )»ine lumber, farming and dairying i)roducts. 
Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bank of Areata, Areata. 

Advocate — Saturday ; Ind ; Est. '88 ; Op 

18x24; Sub. .'j;2. Gus. Perigot. Circ ®-8bO 

BODIE, 595; Mono, 21G7; 40m SW of Hawthorne, 
Nev. on Bodie & Benton Ry. A silver and gold mining 
town. Exjiress; Telegraph. J. S. Cain, Banker. 
Occidental Hotel. 

Bodie Miner-Index— Saturday ; Ind ; Est. '96; 

4p 14  20; Sub. S3. H.W.Wood Circ... .(^-300 

BOULDER CREEK, 750; Santa Cruz, 21512; 14m N 
of Santa Cruz on Southern Pacific Ry. In timber and 
fruit growing section. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of 
Santa Cruz County, Santa Cruz. Commercial Hotel. 

Mountain Echo— Saturday ; Ind ; Est. '9(5 ; G-8p 

22 ^ ;U ; Sub. §1. W . S. Rodgers. Circ @-450 

BRENTWOOD, 300; Contra Costa, 18046 ; 35m E of 
Martinez on Southern Pacific Ry. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Martinez, Martinez. 

Enterprise — Saturday ; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 

15x22; Sub. .^2.- H. G. Neubert. Circ... .(|)-350 

BRIDGEPORT*, (twp.) 250 ; Mono, 2167 ; 200m NE of 
San Francisco ; nearest railroad jioint, Hawthorne, Nev. 
Stage to Hawthorne and Carson, Nev. An agricultural, 
stock raising and mining town. Express; Telegraph. 
J. S. Cain, Banker, Bodie. 



Chronicle-TJnion- Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '63 ; 4p 

15x22; Sub. ^3. Geo. A. Montrose. Circ.(2 



)-480 



CALISTOGA, 690; Napa, 10451; 72m N of San 
Francisco, terminus Nai)a Valley br. S. P. Ry. Farm- 
ing, wine making and fruit growing centre. Summer 
and winter health resort. Has silver, copper and quick- 
silver mines in vicinity. Val. 5'500,000. Express; 
Telegraph. C. A. Steven's Bank (priv.). Magnolia. Calis- 
toga Hotel. 

Calistogian— Friday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '77; 4p 

18x24; Sub. S2. C.A.Carroll. Circ (|)-528 

CAMPBELL, 500; Santa Clara, 60210; 5m S of San 
Jose on Santa Cruz div. S. P. Ry. F'ruit growing, can- 
ning and packing are the chief industries. Trade centre 
for Santa Clara Valley. Express; Telegra])h. The 
Bank of Camjibell. 

Visitor— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '95; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. r. Phillips. Circ @-480 

CASTROVILLE, 641; Monterey, 19300; 110m SE of 
San Francisco on Coast div. S. P. Ry. : 2m from Mon- 
terey bay, with daily boat to San Francisco. A farming 
town. Express ; Telegraph. Salinas City Bank, Salinas. 

Enterprise— Friday ; Local ; Est.'89 ; 4p 18x24; 

Sul). S1.50. m'. H. McCarty. Circ ®-500 

CEDARVILLE, (twp.) 092; Modoc, 5070; 25m K of 
Alturas; nearest railroad ])oint, Redding. The raising 
of stock, fruit, grain and hay is the chief industry. 
Local trade centre. Val. S300",000. Express, Amsdeu ; 
Telegraph. Cressler & Bonner, Bankers. 

Record— Wednesday ; Ind ; Est. '92 ; 4p 10x22 ; 

Sub. S2.50. R.H.Stanley. Circ ®-490 

CHICO, 2040; Butte, 17117; 95m N of Sacramento on 
So. Pacific Ry. and Sacramento river. Has Sierra Lum- 
ber Co.'s Planing Mills, Chico Iron Works. Sperry 
Flouring Mills, Chico Cannery, Chico Creainerv, anil 
Granite Works. Has extensive horticultural and fruit 
interests. Is farming and mining trade centre of sur- 
rounding region with 10000 pop. and annual trade of 
Sl.500.000. Seat of State Normal School. Val. Sl,- 
400,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Chico. Park 
Hotel. 



Enterprise— Evening;' Rep; Est. '81; 4p 
17 -24; Sub. $5. Estate of W. Chalmers. 
Circ ®-625 

Enterprise— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '59 ; 4p 20x26 ; 

Sub. S2.50. Estate of W. Chalmers. Circ..(i;-750 

Record — Morning ex Sun ; Dem; Est. '77; 4p 
15 1-2x24; Sub. $5. Richards & Deuel. 
Circ (g:-600 

Record— Tuesday and Fridav ; Dem; Est. '53; 
4p 18x24; Sub. $2.60. Richards & Deuel. 
Circ (3 -500 

CHINO*, 2477; San Bernardino. 27929; 35m E of Los 
Angeles on Southern Pacific Ry. Has Chino Valley 
Beet Sugar Works, with $1,250,000 cai)ital, employing 
350 men, with monthly pav roll of $22,000, reducing 
90000 to 100,000 tons of beets and producing 25.000.- 
000 pounds of sugar a year; Puente Oil Co.'s Distil- 
lery, with capacity of 600 bbls. crude oil per day and 
a number of creameries. Is trade centre of farming 
population of 2500. Val. $300,000. Exjiress; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank, Pomona. Chino Hotel. 

Champion— Friday ; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1. Edwin Rhodes. Circ ^-595 

CLOVERDALE, 750; Sonoma, 38480; 90m N of San 
Francisco on California Northwestern Ry. Stage to 
Geyser Springs, 12m E. In fruit. ho]i grovving, tobacco 
anci grazing district. Has fruit drying plants, dis- 
tilleries, tanneries and quicksilver mines. Express ;Tel- 
egrajih. Bank of Cloverdale. United States Hotel. 

Reveille— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '77;4p 18x24; 

Sub. $2. C. T. Coffey. Circ 3-700 

COLFAX, 670; Placer, 15786; 17m NE of Auburn, 
junction Nevada County and Southern Pacific Rys. 
Has farming and mining interests. Express ; Telegraph. 
Placer Countv Bank. Auburn. Mountain View House. 

Sentinel— Friday ; Rep; Est. '91 ; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S2.50. Ivan H. Parker. Circ !i)-850 

COLTON, 2309 ; San Bernardino, 27929 ; 00m E of Los 
Angeles on Southern Pacific Ry. and Santa Fe & South- 
ern California Motor road and the San Bernardino 
Trolley Line. Has cement and marble works, fruit 
packing house, flour mill, planning mill and is shipping 
point for surrounding country. The town is located 
in a fine citrus and deciduous fruit district. Val. 
$700,000. Exi)ress; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Capitol Hotel. 

Chronicle— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '76; 8p 

13,-.20; Sub. $2".50. R. M. McKie. Circ..<S-1025 

News— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '90 ; 8p 13X18 ; Sub. 

!g2. Willard Beebe. Circ t-550 

COLUSA*, 2721 ; Colusa, 7364; 75m NW of Sacramen- 
to on Colusa & Lake Ry. and Sacramento river. Here 
are manufactories of farming iini)lements and carriages. 
In fruit, grain and grai)e growing and stock raising 
region. Is trade centre and shi]iping jioint for farming 
district. Val. $762,011. Express ; Telegraph. Colusa 
County Bank. Colusa House. 

Gazette— Morning ex Mon; Ind; Est. '89; 4p 

15x22; Sub. $5. Eugene I. Fuller. Circ..@-350 

Gazette— Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '89; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $2.50. Eugene I. Fuller. 
Circ @-400 

Sun— Evening; Dem; Est. '89; 4p 12x18; 

Sub. S5. Colusa Sun Pub. Co. Circ (5;-000 

Sun— Tuesday, Thursdav and Saturday; Dem; 
Est.'62; 4p 18x20;" Sub. $3. Colusa Sun 
Pub. Co. Circ @-125a 

COMPTON, 036; Los Angeles, 170,298; 12m S of Los 
Angeles on Southern Pacific Ry. Engaged in dairying, 
farming and poultry raising. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank. Los Angeles. 

Enterprise — Saturday; Local; Est. '95; 4p 

10X22 ; Sub. $1. " James H. Bennett. Circ.iJ)-500 

CORDELIA, 400; Solano. 24143; 5in AV of Fairfield 
on Souriu'rn Pacific Ry. (irows fruit, grain and sugar 
beet. Has wineries, dairies and rock quarries. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank, Suisun. 
X-Ray— Friday ; Ind ; Est. '97 ; 4p 15X 22 ; Sub. 

$1.50. Charles A. Jensen. Circ S-4:00> 

CORNING, 210; Tehama, 10996 ; 179m N of San Fran- 
cisco on San Francisco, Willows & Redding line S. P. 
Ry.; on Sacramento river, navigable. It has a large 
fruit and vegetable canning and fruit drying jilant and 



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is the centre of the ^Nlaywood colony of tlecichions fruits. 
Is trade centre for Tehama county and summer and 
winter resort for Eastern i)eople. Express; Telegraph. 
Hank of Tehama County. 

New Era— Saturday : Est. '1)8; 8p 13X20; 

Suli. .^2. F.F.Conway. Ciro (J)-660 

Observer— Saturday : Ind ; Est. 'S8 ; 4p 18x24; 

Sut). .S2. Thos. McGuinuess. Circ (J)-680 

CORONA, 1760; Riverside, 18'.)43; 15m SAV of River- 
siile on Southern California Ry. and Santa Anna river. 
Here are dejiosits of coal, cement rock, tin, glass sand, 
lime and potters' clay. Manufactures sewer j)iiies and 
fertilizers. A local trade centre for fruit raising sec- 
tion, seven large jKicking houses. Express; Telegraph. 
Citizens' Bank. 

Courier— Saturday ; Rep: Est. '87; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .•?2. Corona Pub. Co. Circ J-820 

COVINA, 600; Los Angeles, 170,2'.)8; 26m E of Los 
Angeles on Southern Pacific Ry. In farming and fruit 
growing section. Express ; Telegraph. First National 
Bank of Covina. 

Argus— Saturday ; Local; Est. '92; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1.50. James Lewis Matthews. Circ...®-625 

CRESCENT CITY*, 800 , Del Norte, 2408 ; 87m SW of 
.hicksonville, Oregon on Pacific ocean. Steamljoats to 
San Francisco. Has lumbering, stock raising, dairying 
and mining interests. Express; Telegrapli, Areata. 
Del Norte County Rank. Bay Hotel. 

News— Friday; Rep; Est. '81); 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .$2. "W. H. Wilson. Circ @-432 

Record— Saturdav ; Ind; Est. '79; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. $2. N. A. Eldredge. Circ (J)-500 

D AVIS VILLE, 547; Yolo, 13618; 13m W of Sacra- 
mento on Southern Pacific Ry. junction. Raises large 
quantities of fruit and grain.' Local trade centre. Ex- 
press : Telegraph. Bank, Sacramento. 

Enterprise— Thursday ;Ind ;Est.'98 ;4p 18X24 ; 

Sub. .S2. W.H.Scott. Circ (3)-450 

DELANO, -ioi; Kern. 16480; 33m NW of Bakersfield 
on Southern Pacific Ry. Chief pursuits are farming 
and mining. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Bakersfield. 

Record— Thursday; Rep; Est. '98; 8p 12X18; 

Sub. .si. 50. Morgan & Morgan. Circ (D-235 

DINUBA, 360: Tulare, 18375; 25m SE of Fresno on 
Southern Pacific . I unction Ry. In farming and hor- 
ticultural district. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bank of 
Dinuba. 

Alta Advocate— Friday ; Ind; Est. '87; 4p 

18:24; Sub..?1.50. H. Hurst. Circ 3,-500 

DIXON, 783 ; Solano, 24143 ; 22m SW of Sacramento 
on Southern Pacific Ry. A dairying, fruit and wheat 
growing town. Exi)ress ; Telegraph. Bank of Dixon. 
Hotel A'endome. 
Tribune— Fridav ; Rep ; Est. '74; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. .S2.50. Henry & Hutton. Circ (J,-1025 

DOS PALOS, 100; Merced, 9215; 153m SE of San 
Francisco on Southern Pacific Ry. ; on San .Joaquin 
river, navigable, (irain and fruit raising town with 
farming and dairying and trade centre for the Dos 
I'alos Colony. Val. §3,000. Express ; Telegraph. Com- 
mercial and" Savings Bank, Merced. 

Star— Saturday; Local; Est. '97; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. .*1. AV. C. Payne. Circ 3-250 

DOWNEY, (twp.) 1000; Los Angeles, 170,298; 12m 
SE of Los Angeles on Santa Anna & AVhittier br. 
S. P. Ry. In fruit raising, general farming, dairying 
and wine making section. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Los 
Nietos Valley Bank. Central House. 

Champion — Saturday; Ind-Dem; Est. '88; 
f.p 18x24; Sub. S2. C. H. Eberle & Co. 
Circ Ji-700 

DOWNIEVILLE*, 500; Sierra, 4017; 121m NE of 
Sacramento, witli <lally stages to Nevada City and 
Sierra City. Is local 'trade centre and gold mining 
town. Express: Telegraph. St. Charles Hotel. 

Mountain Messenger— Saturday ; Rep; Est. 
'54; 4p 18x24; Sub. $'3. Mountain Mes- 
senger. Circ (3;-650 

DUNSMUIR, 825; Siskiyou, 16962; 55m SE of Yreka 
on Southern Pacific Ry. Is Ry. div. headquarters. In 
mining and timl)er region.' Express; Telegraph. 
Mt. Shasta Hotel. 



News— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '90; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. $2. Manning & Stanley. Circ ®-825 

EL CAJON, (twp.) 563; San Diego, 35090; 15m NE of 
Sail Diego on San Diego, Cuyamaca & Eastern Ry. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, San Diego. 
News— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '92; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .?1. E.N.Sullivan. Circ (3)-415 

ELMHURST, 1213; Alameda, 130,197; 7m SW of 

Oakland. Fruit, vegetables and grain are cultivated. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank, San Leandro. 

Review— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '98; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. ,§1.50. Frank Storer. Circ (3)-800 

ELSINORE, 279; Riverside, 17897; 98m SE of Los 
Angeles on San Bernardino & Tenecula div. S. C. Ry. 
Is a fruit raising town and trade centre. Elsinore is a 
noted hot-spring summer and winter resort. Val. 
.S!200,000. Express; Telegraph. Consolidated Bank 
of Elsinore Lake View Hotel. 

Press— Friday; Rep; Est. '90; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .SI. 50. Allan C. Keith. Circ (J)-400 

ESCONDIDO, 755: San Diego. 35090 ; 35m N of San 
Diego, terminus Escondido div. S. C. Ry. Has flour 
mill, creamery and fruit i)acking houses. Is the best 
honey section in the world. Wine-graps and raisin- 
grapa raised extensively. Popular winter resort and 
trade centre for horticultural and agricultural section. 
Has two gold mines. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bank of 
Escondido. Escondido Hotel. 

Advocate— Fridav ; Pop ; Est. '91; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81. A.D.Dunn. Circ (J)-800 

Times— Thursday; Ind; Est. '86; 8p 13X20; 

Sul). .§1. Ch'as. K. Holmburg. Circ J;-1015 

ETNA MILLS, 1069; Siskiyou, 16963; 30m SAY of 
Yreka, nearest railroad point. Has several mines, 
which furnish employment for the inhabitants. In 
an agricultural region. Express; Telegraph. Bank, 
Fort .Jones. 
Advance— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '97: 8p 

13X20; Sub. .S2. Balfrey Bros. Circ (f-lOOo 

EUREKA*, 10000; Humboldt, 30000; 225m NAY of 
San Francisco, terminus Cal. cV: Northern Ry., Fresh 
AV'ater Ky., Eureka & Klamath River Ry. ; on 
Humboldt" bay, with passenger and freight steamer 
connection with San Francisco. Has Elk River Mill & 
Lumber Co., J. G. Loveren, shingle mill; John A'ance 
Lumber Co. Is farming and lumbering trade centre 
for county. A'al. .'?2, 920, 133. Express; Telegraph. 
Humboldt County Bank. Grand Hotel. 

Calif ornian— Saturday; Ind: Est. '97; 12p 
•1 1 1-2x17 1-2 ; Sub. >!f2. M. M. Vaughan. 

Circ 3-730 

Humboldt Times— Morning; Rep; Est.' 74; 

Sp 18x24, Sub. $G. Chas. S. Milnes. Circ.®-2275 

Humboldt Times— Thursday; Rep; Est. '54; 
8]) 18x24; Sub. 82. Chas. S. Milnes. 
Circ fl -700 

Standard— Evening; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .S5. Speegle & Patton. Circ (3)-1850 

Standard— AYednesday and Saturday; Rep; 
Est. '72; 4p 20x26; Sub. .§2. Speegle & 
Patton. Circ g:-1350 

FALLBROOK, (twp.) 659; San Diego, 35090; 45in N 
of San Diego on Escondido div. S. C. Ry. Grows fruit 
and farm produce. Express; Telegrapli". A. J. Clark, 
Banker. 

Review— Friday : Ind; Est. '02; 4p 16x22: 

Sub. .SI. G. F. Van A^elzer. Circ ,3-500 

FALL RIVER MILLS, 954; Shasta, 17318: 80m NE 
of Reilding. nearest railroad point; on Fall river. Ex- 
press; Telegraph, Redding. Bank of Shasta County, 
Redding. 

Tidings— Friday ; Est. '94; 4p 18x24; Sub. 

$2. A. C. Slater. Circ ®-350 

FERNDALE, 846; Humboldt, 27104; 18m S of Eureka, 
5m from coast: nearest railroad jioint, Singeley. Has 
barrel and butter box shops, creameries and cheese 
factory. Is a local trade centre and ships dairy ))roducts 
to San Francisco. Express; Telegraph. Ferndale 
Bank. American Hotel. 

Enterprise— Tuesday and Friday; Ind; Est. 
'7s; 8p 24x36; Sub. .i?2.50. Csrr Hart & 
Frost Co. Circ 3-1175 



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FOLSOM CITY, 699; Sacramento, 45915; 23m NE of 
.Sacramento on Southern Pacific Ry. and American 
river. Center of large fruit growing belt. Dairying 
interests are quite large. C'on.siileraV)le dredging is 
being done. In agricultural and mining district. Kx- 
])ress ; Telegrapli. J. H. Burnham, Banker. 

Telegraph— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '55; 4p 

ir.  L'2; Sub. ;i;2. M. F. McFarland. Circ..'|)-800 

FORT BRAGG. 1590; Mendocino, 20465; 7m N of 
Memiocino on Pacific ocean. Has steamboat connec- 
tion with ocean ports. Chief industry : Lumbering. 
Express : Telegraph. Bank of Fort Bragg. 

Advocate— Wednesday; Ind; Est. '89; 4p 
1«X24; .Sub. §2. Chas. J. Cavanagh. 
Circ S-600 

FORTUNA, 1400; Humboldt. 271(>4; 20m S of Eureka 
on Eel Kiver iX: Eureka Ky. Lumbering, stock and fruit 
raising, dairying and agriculture are the chief indus- 
tries. Local'traile centre. Express; Telegraph. Hum- 
hol<lt County Hank, Eureka. 

Advance— Wednesday and Saturday; Rep; 
Est. '88; 8p 15X22; Sub. .*2. Chas. O. 
Weliock. Circ S-SOO 

FOWLER, 500; Fresno, 37SG2; 10m SE of Fresno on 
Soutliern Pacific Ry. A dairying and fruit growing 
town, having wine and raisin jiacking and seeding es- 
tablishments. Second largest raisin sliipping point in 
California. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, 
Fresno. 
Ensign— Saturday; Local; Est. '94; 4p 15x22; 

Sul). §1. Howard A. Harris. Circ 3-425 

FRESNO*, 12470: Fresno, 37802; 207m SE of San 
Francisco on So. Pacific and Santa Fe Rys. 
Is a farming and fruit growing centre and has flour, 
lumber and planing mills, carriage and machine shops, 
ice factory, soa]) works, raisin jiacking and wine 
making. Is trade centre and shiiniing ])oint for large 
agricultural section. Val. .?7,242,676. Exi>ress ; Tele- 
graph. Fresno Nat. Bank. Grand Central Hotel. 
Democrat— Evening; Dem: Est. '95; 8-16p 

l..X22:Sub. .'Jo. Mark R.Plaisted. Circ. 1-2736 
Democrat— Wednesday : Dem; Est. '95; 16p 

18X24; .Sub. .Sl.oO; Mark R.Plaisted. Circ. 1-1800 
Guide— Monday; Ind; p:st. '97; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. .$2. George Adam Kupfer. Circ (3-600 

Republican— Morning; Rep;. Est. '88; 8p 

I'.t  24; -Sub. $G. Fresno Pub. Co. Circ 2-4656 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '76; 16p 

17X 24 ; .Sub. 81.50. Fresno Pub. Co. Circ.:g)-1600 
Sunday School Register — Monthly; Rel; 

Est. '9.S; Kjp 7X10; Sub. 25c. Chas. 

R. Fisher. Circ ^-2000 

FULLERTON, 1697; Orange, 19(i9G: 24m SE of Los 
Angeles on .\tchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Ry. Shijis 
over 1000 carloads grain, wool, hay, fruit and walnuts 
and 800 carloads of oranges annually. Has over 110 
heavy producing oil wells. Is trade "centre for farm- 
ing section. Has summer and winter visitors. \'al. 
(twp.) .*3,000,000. Exjiress; Telegraph. First Nat. 
I'.ank. 

Tribune— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '88: 4p 20x26; 

Sub. §1.50. Edgar Johnson. Circ 3 -694 

GALT, 698; Sacramento, 45915; 27m SE of Sacra- 
mento on Southern Pacific Ry. In a grain growing 
district. Has timber, pijie and'porcelain clay interests. 
Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Stockton. Union 
Hotel. 

Gazette— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '81 ; 4p 18x25; 

.Sub. S3. .7. J. Camp hell. Circ '3;:-1015 

GEORGETOWN, 400; El Dorado, 898G; lOm N of 
I'lacerville, nearest railroad point. Dailv stage to 
Auburn and I'lacerville. Has gold, copiiei- and slate 
mines, lumbering, mining and farming interests. Ex- 
press ; I'elegraiih. Georgetown Hotel. 

Gazette— Thursday ; Ind. and mining; Est. 
'80; 4p 18x24; Sub. $1.50. .T.C.Horn. 
Circ f -500 

GILROY, 1820; Santa Clara, 60216; 81m S of San 
Francisco on Coast div. S. P. Ry. and Main Overland 
Line. Raises fruit and cattle and has flour, cheese and 
wine distilleries and fruit i>ackmg factories. Is a com- 
mercial trade centre for farming conununitv. Val. 
$850,000. Exiiress: Telegraph. Bank of" Gilroy. 
Southern Pacific Motel. 



Advocate— Saturday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '67; 4p 

IS .24: Sub. S2. F. W.Blake. Circ 3)-750 

Gazette— Friday; Rep; Est. '80: 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .S2. .J. AV. Milnes. Circ ®-750 

Telegram— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 

11x15; .Sub. i=;2. R. G. Einfalt. Circ 1-625 

GONZALES, 1115; Monterey. 19380: 17m S of Salinas 
on Southern Pacific Ky. and .Salinas river. In agricul- 
tural, dairying and stock raising section. Express; 
Telegrai)h. Bank of Gonzales. 

Tribune— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '91; 4p 17x24; 

Sul). .S2. Farley & Coffey. Circ ®-525 

GRASS VALLEY, 4719; Nevada. 17789; 70m N ol 
.Sacramento on Nevada County Narrow Gauge Ry. Is 
the leading mining city in the state, employing" 1000 
gold miners, with monthly jiay roll of .S7.^.0O0 and 
annual production of .^2, 000,000. Val. (twi).) .§1.200,- 
000. Express; Telegraph. Nevada County Bank. 

Tidings Telegraph— Evening; Rep; Est. '89; 
4p 18X23; .Sub. .S4. Telegraph Pub. Co. 
Circ 4-890 

Tidings-Telegraph— Thursday ; Rep: Est. '74; 
8p 15X22; Sub. .S2. Telegraph Pub. Co. 
Circ ®-825 

Union — Morning ex Mon ; Dem ; Est. '64; 8p 

15x22; Sub. SG. W. F. Frisk. Circ ®-2343 

GRIDLEY, 1224: Butte, 17117; GGm N of .Sacramento 
on S<iuthern Pacific Ry. Here are flour and idaning 
mills, an iron foundry, cannory and broom factory. 
Express; Telegrajdi. Rideout Bank. I'acitic House. 

Herald— Saturday; Ind; Est. '80; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .S2. Gridley Pub. Co. Circ ;3:-1040 

GTJADALOTJPE, 289; Santa Barbara, 18934; 10m E 
of Santa Maria with stage accommodations ; on I'acific 
Coast. Farming and dairying are important Industries. 
It has a large t)eet sugar factory. Express and Tele- 
graph. Santa INIaria. Bank, Santa Maria. 
Moon— .Saturday; Ind; Est. 1900; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. s2. .las. W. Edington. CirO 

HALFMOON BAY, 700; .San Mateo, 12094; 10m W 
of Redwood City; nearest railroad point, .San Mateo. 
Steamboat connection with San Francisco. Exjiress; 
Telegra])h. P>ank of San Mateo County, Redwood City. 
Schuyler's Hotel. 

Coast Advocate— Wednes:lay; Ind; Est. '90; 
4]) 1,SX24; Sub. .SI. Geo. P. Schaefer. 
Circ 4-1178 

HANFORD*, 2929 : Kings, 9871 ; 28m S of Fresno on 
Santa Fe and Southern Pacific Rys. In farming district, 
producing raisins and orchard fruits, grain, wool, live 
stock, cheese, butter, ijatroleum. A trade centre and 
shijtping point for farm produce anil oil. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Hanford. Htitel Artesia. 

Journal— Evening; Dem; Est. '98; 4p 12x18; 

Sub. .S5. F.V.Dewey. Circ t-500 

Journal— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. '91 : 

.S)! lox22; Siib. .S2. F. V". Dewey. Circ... ..3-700 

Sentinel— Evening ; Rep ; Est. '95; 4p 20x24; 

Sul). 85. Dodge & Richmond. Circ 3-600 

Sentinel— Thursday; Rep; Est. '86; 8-lOp 
18x24; Sub. |2. Dodge & Richmond. 
Circ 3^-1250 

HAYWARDS, 1965; Alameda. 130,197; 14m SE of 
Oakland on Soutliern Pacific Ry. and Oakland & Hay- 
ward Electric Ry. An agricultural and fruit raising 
town. A trade centre and supply jioint for fruit grow- 
ing district. Val. §689,390. Exiiress ; Telegraph. Bank 
of Hay wards. Hayward Hotel. 

Journal— Saturday; Ind; Est. '77: 4p 20x26; 

Sub. 82. George A. ( )akes. Circ \g-675 

Review— Friday; Est. '91; 4p 17x24; Sub. .$2. 

S. T. Morgan. Circ ;|)-625 

HEALDSBURG, 3500; .Sonoma. 38480: 64m NW of 
San Fiaiicisco on San Francisco eV Northern Pacific Ry. 
and Russian river. Has mining, fruit and stock raising 
interests and jiroduces wine. A commercial center 
and shipinng jioint. Val. .S732.725. Express; Tele- 
graph. Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank. .Sotoyome 
House. 

Enterprise— Saturday; Dem; Est. '76; 4p 

21 > 2G ; Sub. .S2. " R. E. Baer. Circ i^-QOO 

Tribune -Thursday; Rep; Est. '88; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .82. F.W.Cooke. Circ (3-624 



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HEMET, 904: Riverside, 17897; 2 l-2m — of San 

Jacinto on Southern California Ry. I'rincipal shipping 
point for honey, oranges, dried peaches, pears, apricots 
and grain. Flour mills. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
of Heniet. 



News— Friday ; 

Sul). SI. 50. 



Rep; Est. '1).3; 8p 13x20; 

I'eter Milliken. Circ (3;-650 



HIGHLAND, 109(;; San Bernardino, 27'.t21); 80m E of 
San re<lro(in Santa Fe and Southern California Motor 
road. Is seat of .Southern California .State Hos]iital for 
Insane and Inebriates. Express; Telegrajih. Bank of 
San fJiTuardino. 

Messenger— Friday; Ind;Est.'i).3; 4p 10x13; 

Sub. .S2. Martin & Frazer. Circ 3-528 

HOLLISTER*, 1315 ; .San Benito, Or.33 ; 48m SE of San 
Jose on Southern Pacific Ry. In farming and stock 
raising section. Has good trade in grain, wool, fruit, 
petroleum and wine. Val. .?850,000. Ex])ress; Tele- 
graph. Bank of HoUister. Hartman House. 

Advance— Friday ; Dem; Est. '72; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S2.50. G. E. & A. D. .Shaw. Circ ®-900 

Bee— Wednesday and Saturday; Rep; Est. 
•9(); 8p 15x22; Sub. S1.60. T. D. M. 
Slaven. Circ (3)-650 

Free Lance— Friday ; Rep; Est. '73; 8p 
13x20; Sub. .^2.50. R. P. Stephen.son. 
Circ (§,-700 

HONCITT, 663; Butte, 17117; 14m N of Marys villa on 
Oroville br. S. P. Ry. Local trade centre for mining, 
agricultural and horticultural section. Express; Tele- 
graph. Rideout Bank, Marysville. 

Times — Thursday; Local; Est. '9G; 4p 

15 1-2x22; Sub. §2. Don B. Robb. Circ.(3-378 

HUENEME, (twp.) 4603 ; Ventura, 14367; 40m SE of 
.Santa Barliara on coast. Steamboat connections. A 
shii>ping iioint for corn, barley and beans. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Hueneme. 

Herald— Thursday; Rep; Est. '88; 4p 13x20; 

Sul). .<2. Fred Wells. Circ .'.^-625 

INDEPENDENCE*, 334; Inyo, 4377; 103m S of Haw- 
thorne, Nev. on Carson & Colorado Ry. A local trade 
centre, shii)iiing silver, lead, gold, fruit, grain and 
cattle. i;xpress; Telegraph. Nathan Rhine, Banker. 
Independent— Friday; Dem; Est. '70; 4p 

18x24; Sub. $4. Trv. H. Mulholland. Circ..(§)-468 

lONE, 1000: Amador, 11116; 40m SE of Sacramento, 
terminus Amador br. S. P. Ry. Has Flour Mills, lone 
Coal cV Iron Co., Buena Vista Coal Co., creamery and 
minor industries, emjdoying 200 i>eople, with monthly 
pay roll of .§3,000. Is trade centre and shii)i)ing point 
for fruit growing, grazing and mining section with 
4000 pop. and annual trade of .9600,000. Val. SI, 700,- 
•000. Express; Telegraph. J. W. Surface & Son, 
Bankers. Commercial Hotel. 

Echo— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '83; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S2. C. G. Noble Circ (|l}-700 

IRVINGTON, 604; Alameda, 130,197; 33m SE of .San 
Fraiicisc(j on Coast div. S. P. Ry. In an agricultural 
district. Palradale winery heie, with large product. 
Makes heavy shiiiments of fruit and sugar beets. Seat 
of Anderon Military Academy. F^xpress; Telegraph. 
Bank of California,' .San Francisco. 

Press— Thursday ; Local; Est. '91; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S2. E.B.Thompson. Circ ®-275 

JACKSON*, 2200; Amador, 11116; 54m SE of Sacra- 
mento; nearest railroad point, lone. Gold, co])perand 
coal mined. Has granite, marble and sandstone quar- 
ries. Exjiress; Telegraph. Bank of Amador County. 
Globe Ib.tel. 

Dispatch— Friday; Dem; Est. '59; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. S2. Edwin C. Rust. Circ (D-625 

Ledger— Friday ; Rep; Est. '55; 4p 20X26; 

Sub. S2.50. Richard Webb. Circ (D-1000 

JAMESTOWN, 1000; Tuolumne, 11166; 52m E of 
Stockton on Sierra Ry. Branch line Sierra Ry. to 
Angeles. Is commercial and a leading gold mining 
centre, with eight quartz mills near by, operated 
by water power from Stanislaus river, ' having an 
annual gold output of .SI, 500,000, and near Rawhide 
and .Jumi>er, two of California's greatest mines; seven 
other large mines with stamp mills and many smaller 
ones. Is trade centre for mining and farming section 
within a 15 mile radius. Is nearest railway station to 
the Yosemite Valley. Express; Telegraph. 



Mother Lode Magnet— Wednesday ; Ind-Rep ; 

Est. ".)7; 4p 15x22; Sub. $2. D. L. Sayre. 

Circ '3 -69G 

KERN, 1291 ; Kern, 16480; 1 l-2mE of Bakersfleld on 
Southern Pacific and .Sante Fe Ry. A fruit, gram and 
stock raising town, and also has extensive petroleum 
mining. Express; Telegraph. Kern Valley Bank. 
Dei)ot Hotel. 

Standard— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '92; 4p 

IS 24; Sub. .S2. Standard Pub. Co. Circ. .3 -800 

KESWICK, 2221 : Shasta, 17318 ; 6m - of Redding on 
Southern Pacific Ry. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Shasta County, Itedding. 

Mountain Miner— Saturday ; Est. '97 ; 4p 

!."> 112; Sub.S2. J. E. Hoyle. Circ ($-300 

KING CITY, 701; Monterey, 19380; 43m SE of 
Salinas on .Southern Pacific Ry. Saw mills here. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. .Salinas City Bank, Salinas. 
Settler— Thursday; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S— . W. B. Weller. Circ ®-425 

LAKEP0RT*,726; Lake, 6017; 100m NW of San Fran- 
cisco on dear lake ; nearest railroad point, Hopland. 
In an agricultural and fruit raising district, viossessing 
quicksilver mines and mineral springs. Summer resorts. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of Lake. Giselman Hotel. 
Bee— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '72; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S2. Winslow & Rideout. Circ (D-470 

Press— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '86; 4p 18x24; 

.Sub. S2.50. Mayfield & Mclntire. Circ... §-490 

LANCASTER. 320; Los Angeles, 170.298; 75m N of 
Los Angeles on .Southern Pacific Ry. Grows %vheat, bar- 
ley, fruit and nuts. Express; Telegraph. Farmers" & 
Mechanics' Bank, Los Angeles. Antelope Valley 
House. 

Gazette— Friday; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. 50. H. S. Adney. Circ ®-690 

LEMOORE, 1772; Kings, 9871; 32m S of Fresno City 
on Southern Pacific Ry. Centre of raisin and fruit 
growing section and trade centre for large farming 
and dairying region. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Lemoore. 

Leader— Saturday ; Ind ; Est. '89; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. 50. \V. T. De\vey. Circ ®-400 

LINCOLN, 1061; Placer, 15786; 30m NE of .Sacra- 
mento on California & Oregon br. S. P. Ry. Has Glad- 
ding, McBean & Company's Pottery and 'Lincoln Fruit 
Packing Co., employing 400 people, with monthly jiay 
roll of S12,000. Is trade centre for large grain and 
fruit growing section and shiiiping point for several 
granite quarries. Val. S315,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Lincoln. Burdge House. 

News-Messenger— Friday; Ind; Est. '89; 
8p 15x22; Sub. $1.50. H. W. Bessac. 
Circ 'D-540 

LIVERMORE, 1493; Alameda, 130,197; 40 m E of 
Oakland on Coast div. S. P. Ry. In grazing section, 
growing grain and grapes. Coal, quicksilver and 
magnesia mines here. A local trade centre. Val. 
S617,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Livermore. 
Mendenhall .Springs. 

Echo— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '— ; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. 50.' WilberE. .Still. Circ @-500 

Herald— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '77; 12p 11x15; 

Sub. S2. Arthur L. Henry. Circ '5)-638 

LODI, 2000; San Joaquin, 35452; 12m N of .Stockton 
on Coast div. .S. P. Ry. Is a farming town and trade 
centre for a jiortion of San .loaquin and .Sacramento 
counties. Fruit raising and grai)e growing a leading 
industry. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Lodi. Lodi 
Hotel. 
Sentinel— Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; 

Rep; Est. '81; 4p 15 1-2x22; Sub. -SI. 50. 

Sam B. Axtell. Circ S-1050 

LOLETA, 175; Humboldt, 27104; 15m S of Eureka 
on Eel lUver & Eureka Ry. Principally engaged in 
farming and dairying. Express and Telegraph, Eureka. 
Bank, Eureka. 

Record— Saturday; Est. '96; 4p 18X24; Sub. 

SI. C. W. AV'hitten. Circ ®-200 

LOMPOC, 972; .Santa Barbara, 18934; 65m NW of 
Santa Barbara, connected l)y branch line with Southern 
Pacific Ry. Produces mustard seed, wool, fruit and 
farm produce. Val. S475,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Lompoc. Hotel Arthur. 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



Journal— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '90; 4p 18x24; 

.Sub. S2. J.S.Graham. Circ ^-500 

Record— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '75; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S2.50. W. W. Broughton. Circ J-680 

LONG BEACH, 2252; Los Angeles. 170.298: 20m SE 
of Los Angeles on Los Angeles & Terminal Ky. Is 
sunnner resort on Pacific Coast. Express ; Telegraph. 
Bank of Long Beach. Sea Side Inn. 

Press— Tuesday and Eridav; Est. '97; 4p 

15X22; Sub. .$1.25. J.A.Miller. Circ (|;-672 

LOS ANGELES*, 102,479; Los Angelesr, 170,298; 
50(ini SE of .San Francisco on Southern Pacific and 
Southern California div. A., T. i.^- S. F., terminus .San 
Pedro, Long Beach, Santa Ana, Whittier, Pasadena, 
Santa Monica and Tustin brs. S. P. Kys. Has jiassenger 
and freiglit steamer connections witli all Pacific Coast 
ports via. San I'edro and I'ort Los Angeles. Has Union, 
Baker and Llewellyn Iron Works, Eulton Engine 
Works, J. B. Freeman, gold sejiarators; Perkins 
Puinj) & Engine Co., Pittsburg Aluminum Co., Kerck- 
hoff-Cuzner Mill & Lumber Co., I'nion Oil Co. of Cali- 
fornia, American Crude Oil Co., Asphaltum & Refining 
Co.. Southern California Packing Co., fruits; Fay 
Fruit Co., Chas. Stern & .Sons, wines; Los Alamitos 
Sugar Co., Maier &• Zobelein, brewers; Stowell Cement 
Pipe Co.. City Brick Co., Empire Shoe Co., California 
Fish, Green & Dried Fruit, Portland Cement and Sewer 
Pipe comiianies and Los Angeles Citrus Fruit, Cooper- 
age, Fanning and Milling, Iron and .Steel and Pressed 
Brick & Terra Cotta companies. Los Angeles is the 
farming, horticultural and mining trade centre for 
southern California. Trolley to Pasadena and Santa 
Monica. Seat of Southern California University and 
State Normal School. Has county asylum, six sanita- 
riums and div. headquarters Southern California and 
Southern Pacific Rys. Los Angeles is in the celebrated 
San Gabriel valley, and is world famous as a winter 
resort. Val. .§61,099,307. Express; Telegraph. Los 
Angeles Nat. Bank. Hotel Van Nuys. 

Bnai B'rith Messenger— Si-mo; Jewish; Est. 
97; 4-(;p 14X19; Sub. .$1. B'nai B'rith 
Messenger Co. Circ ^^-1000 

Builder and Contractor— Thursday ; Build- 
ing; Est. '93; 4p 15x20; Sub. .§2. Harry 
lies. Circ (3,-1300 

California Cultivator — Friday; Agricul- 
ture; Est. '89; IGp 11X15; Sub. .^1. 
Cultivator Pub. Co. Circ 1-6900 

California Druggist-Monthly; Est. '91: 3fip 
9X12; .sul). .SI. California Druggist Pub. 
Co. Circ S-550 

California Independent— Saturday ; Interde- 
nominational: Est. '9G; 12p 11X14; Sub. 
.SI. 50. P. H. Bodkin. Circ (i)-1135 

California Voice— Thursday; Temperance; 
Est.'.Sl; 4p 13X20; Sub.. $1. S. M. Piamsey. 
Circ i-1517 

Capital— Saturday ; Soc; Est. '95; 16p 11X15; 

Sub. .S2.50. Capital Pub. Co. Circ (1-8000 

Commercial Bulletin of So. Cal.— Friday; 

Commercial; Est. '87; 20p 10X13; Sub. 

.SI. 50. R. K.McKinney. Circ f-1000 

Eagle (Colored)— Saturday; Est. '96; 8p 

13X20; Sub. .S2. 25. J. J. Neimore. Circ^-lOOO 
Express— Evening; Ind-Rep; Est. '71; 10-22p 

17x22; Sub. $5. Evening Express Co. 

Circ a)-13379 

Freemason— Monthly ; Est. '96; 44p 7X10; 

Sub. .si. H.J.Lloyd. Circ ®-800 

Fruit World— Saturday ; Horticulture and Ag- 
riculture; Est. '95; 24p 11X15; Sub. §1. 
Fruit World Pub. Co. Circ 'I)-7370 

Germania (German)— Friday; Ind; Est. '89; 

.Sp 17x24; Sub. $2. German-American 

Pub. Co. Circ i:-1150 

Herald— Morning ; Rep; Est. '72; 16-20p 

16x24; Sub. .§7.80. Herald Pub. Co. Circ^fi-iggSO 
Herald— Sund.av ; Rep; Est. '72; 42-96p 

16X20; Sub. .S2..50. Herald Pub. Co. 

<ir<' (I)-25670 

Hotel Gazette— Thursday ;Hotels ; Est. '88 ; 46p 

15X 22 ; Sub. $2. Gazette Pub. Co. Circ 

Journal— Morning ex Sun ; Rep : Est. '87 ; 8p 

18X23; Sub. .S5. Journal Co. Circ 3-4000 



Live Stock Tribune— Monthlv ; Est. '95 ;32-40p 
9X12; Sub. oOc. Live .Stock Tribune Co. 
Circ 3 -3404 

Mining Review— Saturday ; Mining; Est. '98: 
2.Sp lo 1-2X13 1-2; Sub..S2. A. Richard- 
son. Circ (3,-2642 

Monitor Mexicano (Spanish) — Saturday; Ind; 
Est. '89; 4p 18x24; Sub. $3. E. Olivas. 
Circ ®-1525 

News (East Los Angeles) — .Saturday; Ind; 
Est. '90; 8p 15x22; Sub. .SI. Miller & 
Co. Circ 3-1500 

Osteopath— Quarterly ; Medical; Est. '96; 50p 
81-2X11; Sub. .SI. Pacific School of Oste- 
opathy. Circ (3)- 2000 

Out West-Monthly; Literaiy : Est. '94; 120p 
5X8; Sub. SI. Land of Sunshine Pub. Co. 
Circ ®-15300 

Record— Evening; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 15x24; 

Sul). .S3. Record Pub. Co. Circ :®-10150 

Rural Calif ornian— Monthly ; Agricultural ; 
Est. '77: 40-4,sp "JX12; Sub. §1. M. G. & 

C. M. Heintz. Circ ^-5400 

Searchlight— ^lonthly ; official organ of state 
anti-Saloon league; Est. '98; 16p 9 1-2X 
13; .Sub. 50c. Rev. Ervin S. Chapman, 

D. 1)..L. L. D. Circ (g-lOOOO 

So. California Practitioner— Monthly ; Medi- 
cal; Est. '85; 50p6X9; Sub. .$1. Walter 
Lindley. Circ S-1000 

Sud-California Post i^ German)— Friday; Ind; 
Est. '74: Sp 17x24; Sub. S2.50. Morlock 
& Glauch . Circ 3 -1300 

The Los Angeles Sportsman — Saturday ; 
Sports; Est. '97; 16p 8 1-2X11 1-2; Sub. 
SI. The Los Angeles Sportsman Co. Circ.3'-925 

Tidings— Saturday ; Catholic; Est. '95; 8p 

11X17; Sub. $1.50. Tidings Co. Circ...X-1776 

Times— Morning; Ind-Rep; Est. '81; 16-22p 

17x24: Sub. .57.50. Times-Mirror Co. 

Circ 1^-31251 

Times -Sunday; Ind-Rep; Est. '81; 68-78p 

17x24; Sub. §2.50. Times-Mirror Co. 

Circ 1-45447 

Union Nouvelle (French)— Saturday ; Ind; 

Est. '79; Sp 15x20; Sub. .S3. J. Auclaire. 

Circ 4-1350 

Western Empire— Monthly ; Household and 

Literary; 11 1-2X17; Sub. 25c. Fruit 

World Pub. Co. Circ 3 -15000 

LOS BANOS, 500; Merced, •.»215; 35m W of Merced 
on Southern Pacific Ry. Grows fruit. Express; Tele- 
graph. Commercial Bank, Merced. 

Enterprise— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '91; 4p 

18 X 24 ; Sub. §2. Willard Beebe. Circ. . . . ^-375 

LOS GATOS, 1915; Santa Clara, 60216; 10m SW of 
San Jose on .Southern Pacific Ry. Industries: Three 
wineries, box and ice factories, cannery, fruit dryer, 
and planing mills. In grape, olive, prune, peach, cherry 
and orange growing district. A trade centre and ship- 
ping point. Val. .§1,013, 856. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Los Gatos. El Monte Hotel. 
Mail— Thursday; Rep: Est. '83; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50." A. B. .Smith. Circ (|)-52S 

News— Friday; Ind; Est. '81 ; 4p 18x24; Sub. 

SI. 50. Trantham <& Jenks. Circ f-SOO 

LOWER LAKE, 490; Lake, 6017; 25m SE of Lake- 
port near Clear lake. Stage daily to Calistoga, nearest 
railroad jioint. Has lumbering, copper, sulphur, quick- 
silver and borax raining interests. A health resort. 
Exi)ress ; Telegrai)h. Bank of Lake, Lakeport. 

Bulletin— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '77; 4p 

15x22; Sub. S3. Mrs A. E. Noel. Circ... .®-518 

MADERA*, 2175; Madera, 6364 : 24m NE of Fresno on 
Southern I'acific Ry. Has box factoryand planing mill. 
In fruit and sheep raising district. Shijis large quanti- 
ties of lumber. Exju-ess; Telegraiih. Commercial Bank. 
Yosemite Hotel. 
Mercury— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '85 ; 4p 18x25 ; 

Sub. .SI. 50. E.E.Vincent. Circ ®-450' 



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43. 



Tribune— Tluirsdav ; Dem; Est. '92; 8p 

\-A  2(); Sub. .■?■!. 50. Clark & Sharp. Circ..®-625 

MARIPOSA*, 500; Marii)osa,4720; 45m SEof Merced, 
nearest railroad, banking, telegraj)!! and shipping 
point. Hig trees of Mari]iosa near. Farmers' and 
Merchants" Hank, Stockton. 
Gazette-Mariposan— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '54; 

4p IS ■,L'4; Sub. .?2. S. W. Sharp. Circ ®-840 

MARTINEZ*, 1380; Contra Costa, 18046; .33m NE of 
San Francisco on So. Pacific and .San Francisco & San 
Joaquin Valley Rys. Has fine harbor on Carquinez 
bay, with daily jiassenger and freight service to San 
Francisco and' Sacramento. Ships grain direct to 
Eurojie. Has starch factory, winery, distillery, 
coal mine and extensive sandstone quarries near by. 
Is trade centre of fruit growing and mining section. 
Seat of (R. Catholic) Christian Brothers' College. Sum- 
mer and winter resort. Val. SGOO.OOO. Express ; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Martinez. Alhambra Sjirings Hotel 
(resort). 

Contra Costa Gazette— Saturday : Rep ; Est. 

■.">S: sp loXL'O; Sub. S2.50. (J. E. Milnes. 

Circ ®-1190 

County Paper— Thursday; Dem; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. s-J.oO. T. E. Murphy. Circ gy-SOO 

MARYSVILLE*, 3407; Yuba 8620; 57m N of Sacra- 
mento on Calilornia & Oregon and Oroville & San 
Francisco brs. .S. P. Ry.; at head of navigation on 
Feather river, with freight steamers to .San Francisco, i 
Has woolen mill, flour mill, canning plant, foundry 
and machine works, two jdaning mills and minor in- 
dustries. Trade centre for a large farming and min- 
ing section. Seat of Catholic Convent and College. 
Val. §2,626,800. Express : Telegraph. Decker, Jew^ett 
& Co., Bankers. United States Hotel. 

Appeal — Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '59; 4p 
18x24; Sub. §6. Marj-sville-Appeal Pub. 
Co. Circ 3)-500 

Appeal— Monday and Thursday; Rep; Est. 
'62; 4p 18x24; Sub. .$2.50. Marysville- 
Appeal Pub. Co. Circ (g;-1125 

Democrat— Evening ; Non-partisan; Est. '84; 

8p i;ix20; Sub..S5. Democrat Pub. Co. Circ.'fi-742 

Democrat— Tuesday and Friday; Non-parti- 
san; Est. '84; 4)) 18X24; Sub. $2. Demo- 
crat Pub. Co. Circ ®-1194 

MAYFIELD.^twp.) 1279; Santa Clara, 60216; 15m 
N of San Jose on Coast div. S. P. Ry. A farming and 
fruit raising town. Ex))ress; Telegra])h. Bank of 
San Mateo County, Redwood City. Maj-fleld Hotel. 

Republican— Siiturdav ; Ind-Rep; Est. '87; 

sj) 11 16; Sub. .:;2. L. J3. Woodruff. Circ..S'-575 

MENDOCINO, 806; Mendocino, 20465; 130m NW of 
San Francisco at mouth of Big river. Good shii)ping 
facilities for large vessels. In lumber region and has 
large saw mill. Express; Telegraph. Alhambra Hotel. 

Beacon— Saturdav ; Ind;Est. '77; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. S2.50. Wm. Heeser. Circ 3:-635 

MERCED*, 1969; Merced, 9215; 67m SE of Stockton, 
junction .Southern Pacific and .San Francisco & San 
Joaquin Valley Rys. In an irrigated section. Has 
foundry, fruit'cannery, wagon shops, idaning mill arid 
grain warehouses. Does large shipi)ing business in 
wheat and farm ]iroduce. Is trade centre for farming 
district. Val. .$1,619,800. Express ; Telegraph. Com- 
mercial Bank. Cosmopolitan Hotel. 

Express— Saturday ; Dem; Est.'75;4p 26x40; 

Sub. .S2. J. A. Norvell. Circ -®700 

Star— Thursdav ; Rep ; Est. '80; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S2. Harris Bros. Circ ®-800 

Sun— Evening; Dem;; Est. '84; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. .S5. Radcliffe Bros. Circ (3;-464 

Sun— Friday; Dem; Est. '61; 8p 13x20; Sub. 

s2. Radcliffe Bros. Circ ^-955 

MIDDLETOWN, 327; Lake, 6017; 16m N of Calis- 
toga, nearest railroad point. Here are quicksilver 
mines, fruit canning establishments and mineral 
spring. Grows grapes. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Lake, Lakeport. 
Independent— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '88; 4p 

18X24; Sub. S2. J. L. & T. A. Read. Circ.®-450 

MILLVILLE, 755 ; Shasta, 17318 ; 15m E of Redding, 
nearest railway and telegraph jioint. A farming town. 
Express. Bank of Shasta County, Redding. 



Tidings— Wednesday; Ind; Est. '93; 4p 

1 s . 24 ; Sub. $2. Walter S. Criss. Circ. . . 4 -525 

MODESTO*, 2024; Stanislaus, 9550; 115m S of San 
Francisco on Southern Pacific Ry. Industries : Wheat 
and fruit and stock raising and dairying. Is trade 
centre for half of county, with annual trade of .$2,500,- 
000. Val. .Sl.250.000. Express; Telegraph. First 
National Bank. Ross House. 

Herald— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '74; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. S2. HeraldPub. Co. Circ 1-1360- 

News— Evening; Dem; Est. '84; 4p 13x20; 

Suli. .SS. Estate of J. D. Spencer. Circ (3,-720 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '68, 4p 20x26; 

Sul). s2. "Instate of J. D. Spencer. Circ. .1-1320 

MOKELUMNE HILL, 573 ; Calaveras, 11200 ; 50m NE 
of Stockton, with stage to Valley Springs, nearest rail- 
road ])oint. In mining, farming and cattle raising 
section. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Angel's Cami). 
Leger's Hotel. 

Chronicle— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '51; 4p 

24x36; Sub. 82. Charles E. Day. Circ. .1-500- 

MONROVIA, 1205; Los Angeles, 170.298; 17m E 
of l.os Angeles, junction Southern California and 
Southern Pacific Rys. In an agricultural and citrus 
fruit growing community. Exjiress; Telegraph. First 
National Bank. Hotel Grand Vista. 

Messenger— Friday; Ind; Est. '86 ;4p 18x24; 

SuV). .$1.50. Messenger Pub. Co. Circ 4-630. 

MONTEREY, 1748; Monterey, 19380; 90m S of San 
Francisco on Southern Pacific Ry. and Monterey bay, 
.Steamers to San Francisco and southern points. Shiiis 
cattle, fish and farm produce. A local trade centre. 
Val. .$711,128. Exjiress; Telegraph. Bank of Monte- 
rey. Hotel Del Monte. 

New Era— Wednesday ; Local; Est. '90; 4p 

18x24; Sub. .$2.50. Wm. Kay. Circ 4-535. 

MORGAN HILL, 365; Santa Clara, 60216; 10m N of 
Gilroy on Southern Pacific Coast line, (^rows fruit and 
grain'. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Gilroy, Gilroy. 
Sun— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '94; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. 81 .50'. George A. Edes. Circ g-425 

MOUNTAIN VIEW, 1275; Santa Clara, 60216; Bra 

NW of .San Jose on Coast div. S. P. Ry. The growing of 
all kinds of fruit is the i)rinciiial industry. Exi>ress; 
Telegraph. Bank of Mountain View. Mo'untain View 
Hotel. 
Register— Friday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '88; 4p 

IS • 24; Sub. .$1.50. B. C. Nichols. f;irc..®-675-. 

NAPA*, 4036; Napa, 16451; 47in N of San Francisco 
on Southern Pacific Ry. ; at head of navigation on Najia 
river, with i)asseiiger and freight steamer connections 
with all the world. Has Napa Valley Packing Co., 
fruit canning: Louis Christin, cream of tartar works; 
Migliavacca Wine Co., S. M. Tool, cannery ; Napa 
Woollen Mill. Raymond & Williams, gloves"; Sawyer 
and McBain Tanning comjianies and Evans Shoe 
Co.; Wm. J. LindoV, machine works; and minor 
interests. Is fruit growing trade centre for Napa Valley. 
Has Napa State Insane Hospital. In the valley and o'n 
the hills surrounding Napa are numerous summer 
resorts, entertaining thousands of health and jileasure 
seekers throughout the year. Chief among these is Na))a 
.Soda Springs. A'al. .$3,000,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Jas. H. Goodmaoi & Co., Bankers. Palace Hotel. 

Journal — Morning ex Mon ; Dem : Est. '89 ; 4p 

15x22; Sub. .$6. J. E.Walden. Circ 35-550 

Journal— Friday ; Dem; Est. '84; 6p 18x24; 

Sub. $2. J. E. Walden. Circ ^-638 

Reflector— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '97; 16p 

15 ■, 22; Sub. .$2.50. Geo. F. G. Morgan. 

Circ 1-800- 

Register— Evening; Rep; Est. '72;4p 18x24; 

Sub. .$6. G. M. Francis. Circ ®-630 

Register— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '63 ; 4p 21 X 28 ; 

.Sub. 82. G.M.Francis. Circ ^-940 

NATIONAL CITY, 1086; .San Diego, 35090 ; 5m S of 
.San Diego tm National City and Otay, terminus San 
Bernardino & .San Diego line S. C. and on Coronando. 
Belt Line Rys. It now has a citric acid factory. Has 
deep water frontage on bay of San Diego. Has jilaning 
mill and railroad shojis, also general ofiices of National 
City & Otay Ry. Is trade centre and sliijis hundreds of 
carloads of lemons and oranges every season. Val. 
.§860,427. Express; Telegraph. People's State Bank. 
San Miguel Hotel. 



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Record— Thursday : Rep; Est. '81; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. >;1.50. Frank Giandier. Circ S-^GS 

NEEDLES, (twp.) 1143; .San Bernardino, 27929; 117m 
W ot I'rescott. Ariz, on Santa Fe I'acific br. A.,T. i.V: 
S. Fe Ry. and Colorado river. In farming and mining 
section." Exjiress; Telegraph. I'rescott Nat. Bank, 
Rrescott, Ariz. 
Eye— Saturdav ; Non-Rartisan; Est. '88; 8p 

l."')X22; Sub. .S2.50. R. V. Root. Circ D-SIO 

NEVADA CITY*, 4888; Nevada, 17780; 120m NE of 
Sacr.aiRnCo on Nevada County Narrow Gauge Ry. 
Just west of the city is the "Great Father Lode." The 
deei>est and largest mine on this lode is the Champion, 
worked to a depth of 2400 feet, keeping 70 stamp 
■mills in continuous operation. Three separate veins are 
being worked, the Wyoming, Champion and Merrifield, 
this property having produced upwards of -iif^OOO,©!©. 
Adjoining the Champion on the south is the Providence 
mine, which was opened as early as isr)(). Two veins 
are being worked to a depth of 2000 feet; this mine 
having jiroduced about .?7,<)0(),000. East of the Cham- 
pion mine is the Mountaineer, which has a 20-stamp 
mill with gold product of .4;l,.")00,0()0. The Nevada 
Citv mine has a 20-stamp mill; the incline shaft is 
900 feet deep and it has produced .^800,000. The 
California and Gold Tunnel mine is being worked 
at the present time, but has produced over 82,000,- 
000. The Sneath and Clay, now Vieing reopened 
bv the Phoenix Mining Co., was worked to a depth 
of 500 feet and produced .§1,000,000. The May- 
flower has a 20-st<anii) mill and has produced aboiit 
$1,000,000. There are numerous other mines which 
have pro<luced large amounts of bullion, and which are 
being worked now to a protit or could be made to 
yield, viz. : Spanish, Pittsliurg, Banner, Champion, Re- 
ward, Summit, Orleans, Gracie, Glencoe, I'nity, 
Canada Hill, Murchie, Belle Fontaine, Federal Loan, 
Texas Home, Cadmus, La Comi)ton, La Suerte, Stan- 
ford and many others. There are at present in opera- 
tion in Nevada City District 350 stamps. In addition 
to quartz mining, Nevada City District has produced 
large amounts of gold from its gravel mines in the 
channel to the north of Nevada City, upwards of 
.'ti3,on0,0()() having been produced from the Odin and 
Manzanita claims. This channel is now being profita- 
bly worked bv the drift process in the Reddik. Val. 
.•SiUo.oOo. Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. Na- 
tional Exchange Hotel. 
Transcript— Evening; Rep; Est. 'GO; 4p 

10X24; Sub. $6. Brown & Calkins. Circ.®-1280 

NEWCASTLE, 335 : Placer, 1578() : 31in NE of Sacra- 
mento on Southern I'aciflc Ry. Raises anil exports 
fruit. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Auburn. 

News— V»"ednesdav : Rep; Est. '88; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. SI. 50. Frank E. Wadsworth. Circ... 3-240 

NEWMAN, 1760; Stanislaus, 9550; 120m S of San 
Francisco on Southern Pacific Ky. Has freight steam- 
ers on San Joaquin river. Agriculture, grain, stock 
raising and dairying are the i)rincii)al iiKUistries. Trade 
centre for west side San Joaquin Valley. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Modesto. 

Index— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '97; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .>i;2. T.C.Duffy. Circ ^-550 

NILES, 800; Alameda, 130,197; 25m SE of Oakland 
on Southern Pacific Ry. Has Edw. A. Ellsworth and 
Niles Co-operative, fruit, dryer and packing house. 
Exjiress; Telegraph. Bank of Haywards, Haywards. 
Belvoir House. 

Herald— Friday; Ind; Est. '97; 4p 13x20; 

Sul). S1.50. Waters Bros. Circ ^-540 

NOEDHOFF, 244; Ventura. 14367; 39m E of Santa 
Barliara on the Santa Barbara Ky. Is a health and 
jdeasure resort. Here are the Ojai Hot Sjirings. Ex- 
l)ress ; Telegraph. Wm. Collins & Sons, Bankers. 

The Ojai— Saturday , Rep; Est. '91 ; 4p 11x15; 

Sub. si. R. R. Freeman. Circ ®-450 

NORWALK, 500; Los Angeles, 170,298; 17m SE of 
Los Angeles on .Santa Ana & Whittier br. .S. P. Ry. 
Has dairying, farming and horticultural interests. 
Exi>ress ; Telegraph. Los N ietos Valley Bank, Downey. 

Call -Saturday; Ind; Est. '93; 4p 17x23; 

Sub. .SI. 50. E. P. Truitt. Circ 'S-400 

OAKDALE, 2531; Stanislaus, 9550; 30m SE of 
.Stockton (jii Stockton & Merced br. S. P. Ky. Flour 
mill, creamery, machine shops, hay warehouses, and is 
a fruit district. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Oak- 
dale. 



Graphic- Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '84; 8p 

13x20; .Sub. .si. Sanford C. Baker. Circ..'l)-400 

Leader— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '89; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 5:1.50. W.A.Grittin. Circ (D-620 

OAKLAND*, 6(5900: Alameda, 130,197; 7m E of San 
Francisco on ojiposite shore ot San Francisco bay, 
with passenger and freight steamer connections with 
all parts of the world : on Southern Pacific and Cali- 
fornia & Nevada Kys. Here are: Henry Dalton & 
Sons Co., machinists and foundry; .ludson Iron Works, 
.Ship yards, Ftemillard Brick Co., Western Fuel & Ware- 
house Co., Girard Piano Co., Eagle Box Mfg. Co., Oak- 
land Iron Works, Stove and Iron Works and Preserv- 
ing Co., California Bridget: Construction and Flax and 
Cotton Mill companies. Stove & Iron Works and 
minor industries. Is farming and fruit growing trade 
centre for Alameda and Contra Co.'sta counties. Trol- 
ley to Berkeley, Alameda, .San Leandro, .San Lorenzo 
and Haywards." Is called the educational centre of the 
Pacific "Coast, being the seat of Mills College, Oakland 
Seminary, and (R. Catholic) Convent (^f the .Sacred 
Heart, .St. Mary's College and .St. .Joseph's School. 
Has Fabiola Hosi)ital. Val. .S48.64r>,981. Express; 
Telegrai)h. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Metropole. 

Enquirer— Evening ; Ind-Rep; Est. '78; 8]) 

17 / 24; Sub. §6. Oakland Enquirer Pub. 

Co. Circ J)-5267 

Enquirer— Friday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '88; 16p 

17x24; Sub. .§1. Oakland Enquirer Pub. 

Co. Circ D-1250 

Journal (German) — Saturday; Ind; Est. '75; 

8p 18x24: .Sub. .S2.50. Albert Currlin. 

Circ 3;-2200 

Messiah's Advocate— Wednesday: Advent 
Christian; Est. '81; 8p 11 1-2X16; Sub. 
81.50. I'acific Advent Christian Pub. & 
Mission Society. Circ (D-2050 

Pacific Health Journal— Monthly ; Hygiene; 
Est. '85; 32p 7X10: Sub. 50c. Pacific 
Press Pub. Co. Circ 3-3800 

Pacific Prohibitionist— Monday; Est. '87; 
4p 13X18; Sub. 81- Prohibition Pub. Co. 
Circ 5-1200 

Press— Saturday ; Rep. and Literary; Est. '92; 

12p 11x14; .Suh. .'5!l..50. J. H. Delahanty. 

Circ S-1575 

Rays of Truth— Monthly : Spiritualist; Est. 

'97: f,4p 6X9: Sub. 81. Ray L. Bernier. 

Circ 

Saturday Night— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .82. Mollie E. Conners. Circ.4:-750 

Searchlight— Monthly ; Temperance ; Est. '99; 
12p 10X13; Sub. 50c. Anti-Saloon League. 
Circ 

Signs of the Times— Wednesday ; 7th Day 
°Reg. Advent: Est. '74; 16p 10X15; Sub. 

Si:50. Pacific Press Pub. Co. Circ. ..(| -28544 
Times— Morning: Ind; Est. '55; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. 83. Frank A. Leach. Circ ®-1000 

Tribune— Evening; Rep; Est. '74; 10-24p 

17x23; Sub. 86. Tribune Pub. Co. Circ.a)-9952 
Tribune— Saturday ; Rep; "Est. '78; 12p 

17X24; Sub. .SI. T'ribune Pub. Co. Circ.®-5000 

OAK PARK, ; Sacramento, 45915; Im — of and 

subiuli 111 .Sacramento, nearest railroad, telegrajih, ex- 
press and banking town. Nat. Bank of I). O. Mills & 
Co., Sacramento. 

Ledger— Friday; Silver; Est. '96; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. 81. H. A. AVeaver. Circ ®-475 

OCEANSIDE, (twp.) 330; San Diego, 35090; 42m N of 
San Diego on main line, terminus Fall Brook and Es- 
condido brs. ,S. C. Ry. Has small Hour and iron manu- 
factories. Is trade centre for .San Louis Key Valley, with 
4000 pop. Summer and winter resort. V"al. 8350,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of Oceanside. Hotel Mira- 
mar. 

Blade— Saturday; Ind; Est. '89; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. 81.25. W.S.Spencer. Circ 5-450 

ONTARIO, 2649; San Bernardino, 27929; 38m E of 
Los Angeles, junction .So. I'acific, Atchison. Tojieka & 
Santa Fe, .San Pedro, Los Angeles, Salt Lake and Chino 
Valley Kys. Has eleven fruit packing houses. Exports 
over 1500 carloadsof oranges, lemons and small fruits a 
year. Has the largest fruit tannei'y in the state. Is 



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trade centre for farming and fruit growing region with 
(JOOO iioji. Trolley to No. Ontario and San Antonio 
Heights. Seat of ChaflfeyC'ollege. Express ; Telegraph, 
t'iti/.ens' Hank. Lonrist Hotel. 

Observer— Satnrdav; Local; Est. '88; 8p 

l.-'.xl'.t; Sub. 8iJ. I.S.Watson. Circ ®-775 

Record— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '85; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $2. Record Pub. Co. Circ...®-925 

ORANGE, ^216 ;Orange, 19(>9(5 ; 30m SE of Los Angeles, 
S( >ut hern racific and Southern California Rys. Grows 
and ships immense quantities of lemons, walnuts and 
oranges. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Orange. 
Yineland Home. 

News— Wednesday : Ind; Est. '88; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .SI. 50. .James Fullerton. Circ @-500 

Post— Saturday; Rep; Est. '85; 4p 24x36; 

Sub. .SI. 50. Alice L. Armor. Circ (D-520 

ORLAND, 440; Glenn, 5150; 75m NE of Sacramento 
on .s<iuthern Pacific Ry. Steamboat connections on 
Sacramento river. Is trade centre for fruit and grain 
growing region. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Orland. 

Register-Saturday ; Ind ; Est. '87 ; 4p lOX 20 ; 

Sub. 82. W.L.Davis. Circ 1-600 

OROVILLE*, 1787; Butte. 17117; 28m N of Marys- 
ville on Southern Pacific Ry. and Feather river. In 
center of very productive orange and fruit district. 
Has gold mines. Centre of the greatest dredger mining 
industry in America. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of 
Rideout, Smith & Co. Union Hotel. 
Mercury— Evening; Dem; Est. '83; 4p 
18x24; Sub. $5. Mrs J. A. Lawrence. 

Circ ®-400 

Mercury— Friday ; Dem; Est. '72; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. §2.50. Mrs J. A. Lawrence. Circ...®-1165 
Register— Morning ; Rep ; Est. ".>5 ; 4p 15x22 ; 

Sub. .S5. S. S. Boynton. Circ (D-500 

Register— Thursday; Rep; Est. '77; 4p 

IS .24; Sub. $2. S. S. Boynton. Circ...(2)-1000 

PACIFIC GROVE, 14=11; Monterey, 19380; 2m S of 
Monterey, terminus Monterey Line S. P. Ry. ; on Mon- 
terey bay. Produces glass 'sand and farm products. 
Val. .'s;791.700. Express; Telegraph. Bank of E. 
Cooke Smith. El Carmelo Hotel. 
Pacific Monthly— Monthly; Family; Est. 97; 
li;-:!2p 12x15; Sub. 60c. Pacific Monthly 

Co Circ 

Review— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '80; 4p 18x24; 

Sul). .S2. W.C.Brown Circ 1-350 

PALO ALTO, 1658: Santa Clara, 00216; 17m NW of 
San .Jose on Monterey Line S. P. Ry. In farming 
and fruit raising section. Location of Leland Stanford 
Jr. University and Palo Alto Stock Farm. Express; 
Telegrai)h. Bank of Palo Alto. 

Live Oak— Quarterly ; Publicity and Promo- 
tion; Est. '96; 8-20p 11x16; Sub. 40c. 
H. W. Simkins. Circ ,3;-2500 

Pacific Tree and Vine-Monthly; S. W. 

Charles. 
The Palo Altan-Weekly ; Rep; Est.'02; 8p; 

Sulj. $1.50. Palo Alto Pub. Co. Circ (f-SOO 

Times— Friday ; Rep; Est. '93; 4-8p 10x22; 

Sub. si. 50. H. W. Simkins. Circ 3-1000 

PASADENA, 9117; Los Angeles, 170,298; 10m NE 
ol Los Angeles on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, 
So. Pacific Los Angeles Terminal Rys. Is a fruit 
and vegetable packing, canning and shii>ping centre. 
Seat of Throop Polytechnic Institute and (R. Catholic) 
School of the Holy Names. Is a celebrated winter 
resort, with famous Hotel Green. Trolley to Los 
Angeles. Val. 810,485,000. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank. Hotel Mitchell. 
News— Evening; Rep; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §4.80. Pasadena News Co. Circ ©-1500 

Star— Evening; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .S4. Star Pub. Co. Circ @-1183 

Star— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '86; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .si. Star Pub. Co. Circ ®-813 

PASO ROBLES, 1224; San Luis Obispo, 16637 ; 29m N 
of San Luis Obispo on Southern Pacific Ry. Has 
mines, farming, flouring mills and stock raising inter- 
ests, also large hotels and bath houses. Paso Robles 
Hot Sulphur Springs are here. Express; Telegraph. 
Citizens' Bank. Paso Robles Springs Hotel. 



Independent— Saturday ; Farm AH'nce; Est. 

".»3; 8p 10X14; Sub. $1.50. Cliarles H. 

Arnold. Circ (4>-680 

Leader— Wednesday; Est. '86; 4p 14x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. H.G.Wright. Circ ®-4:'75. 

Record— Saturday: Dem; Est. '87;4p 18x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. S. D. Merk. Circ 1-700 

PERRIS, 1331; Riverside, 17897 ; 18m SE of Riverside 
on Sau Jacinto div. S. C. Ry. A farming and mining 
town. Express; Telegrai)h. First Nat. Bank, River- 
side. 
Perris Progress— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '90; 

8p 26x40; Sub. -SI. 50. Peter Milliken. 

Circ 3 -800 

PETALUMA, 3871; Sonoma, 38480; 30m N of San 
Francisco on main line, terminus Lakeville l)r. C. N. 
Ry.; on Petaluma river and Petaluma & Lakeville 
canal, with jiassenger and freight connections on San 
Francisco bay. Has Nolan and Co-operative Common- 
wealth shoe factories. Western Refrigerator Ice factory, 
three tanneries, woolen mills, silk factory, three in- 
cubator factories, flour mills, three planing mills and 
two foundries, with 81,000,000 capital, emjiloying 
1200 peoiile. Is trade centre for large farming and 
dairying section. Val. 83,270,165. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank of .Sonoma County. American Hotel. 

Argus— Evening; Rep; Est. '90; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S4. Olmsted Co. Circ (S)-960 

Argus — Wednesday and Saturday; Rep; Est. 

'55: 4p 18X24; Sub. §1.50. Olmsted Co. 

Circ 1-900 

Courier— Evening ; Ind-Dem; Est.' 89; 4-8p 

]5v22; Sub. 84. Petaluma Printing Co. 

Circ (D-1175 

Courier— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '76; 8p 

15x22; Sub. 81-50. Petaluma Printing 

Co. Circ t-lZ70 

Courier— Sunday ; Dem ; Est. 1900 ; 8p 14X 18 ; 

Sub. 81.50; Petaluma Printing Co. Circ. .©-gGO 
Poultry Journal — Friday ; Est. '95; 20p 

11x14; Sub. 81. Frank H. Snow. Circ. ;3,- 1^*8 

PINOLE, 340; Contra Costa, 18046; 24m N of San 
Francisco on Southern Pacific and Sante Fe Rys. Has 
powder works and is trade centre for farming and 
manufacturing section. Express ; Telegraph. Bank 
of Martinez, Martinez. 
Times— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '95; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.50. John Bermingham, .Jr. Circ..®-1012. 

PLACERVILLE", 1748 ; El Dorado, 8986 ; 50m NE of 
Sacramento, terminus Placerville br. S. P. Ry. Here 
are gold mines, sandstone and slate quarries. Indus- 
tries : Door and sash factories, a foundry and machine 
shop. Is trade centre for mining region. Express; 
Telegraph. A. Mierson, Banker. Cary House. 

Democrat— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '52; 8p 

15 <22; Sub. $2. G. J. Carpenter. Circ. J-1025. 

Nugget— Evening; Rep; Est. '96; 4p 13x18; 

Sub. 85. W. E. MacKenzie. Circ 1-450- 

Nugget— Friday; Rep; Est. '96; 8p 14x20; 

Sub. .SI. 50. W. E. MacKenzie. Circ 1-450 

Republican— Thursday; Rep; Est. '71; 8p 

1.1  22; Sub. 82. G. A. Richardson. Circ. 3 -625 

PLEASANTON, 1100; Alameda, 130,197: 42m SE of 
San Francisco on Southern Pacific Ry. In farming and 
fruitgrowing community. Express ; Telegraph. Bank 
of Pleasanton. Rose Hotel. 

Times— Saturday: Ind; Est. '82;8p 13X20; 

Sub. 81-50. F.E.Adams. Circ I-IOOO 

POINT ARENA, 709; Mendocino, 20465; 106m NW 
of San Francisco on Pacific coast. Steamboat connec- 
tion with San Francisco. Makes shipments of wool 
and hides, butter, cereals, lumber, ties and tan bark ; 
a local trade centre. Express ; Telegraph. Mendocina 
Discount Bank, Mendocino. Point Arena House. 
Record— Friday; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 24x36; 

Sub. §2.50. Wm. Hanen. Circ 3,-750 

POMONA, 5526; Los Angeles, 170,298; 33m E of Los 
Angeles on San Francisco & New Orleans line S. P. Ry. 
and main line of Santa Fe Ry. and on main line new 
San Pedro. Los Angeles and Salt Lake Ry. Chief manu- 
facturing industries are planing mills, ladder factories, 
foundries and machine works. Fruit is extensively 



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raised canned and shiiiped annually. One of the 
largest citrus fruit growing districts of California. 
Trade centre for agricultural and manufacturing pop- 
ulation. Val. .§2,375,000. Express; Telegraph. First 
- Nat. Bank, Pomona. Keller's Hotel. 

Progress— Evening; Ind; Est. '98; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .*4. Sidney M. Haskell. Circ @-675 

Progress— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '85; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1. Sidney M. Haskell. Circ. f -1050 

Review~I>aily; Rep; Est. '92; 4p 15X22; 

Sub. .'?3. Pomona Pub, Co. Circ (D-725 

Review— Saturday; Rep; Est. '90; 8p 13X19; 

Sub. .SI. I'omona Pub. Co. Circ ®-482 

Times — Wednesday ; Rep ; Est. '82 ; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $1. Wasson & Roberts. 

Circ ®-1060 

PQRTERVILLE, 1800; Tulare, 20000; 30m SE of 
Visalia on Exeter, Fresno & Porterville br. S.P.Ry. The 
oranges and lemons of Porterville are among the finest 
of California. Is a trading point for surrounding sec- 
tion. Express; Telegraph. Pioneer Bank. Pioneer 
Hotel. 
Enterprise— Friday ; Dem; Est. '88; 4p 

isx20; Sub. ,s2. Lumley Bros. Circ. ..(3)-1100 

Review— Friday; Rep; Est. '96; 12p 11x17; 

Sub. .'72. J. G. Eckles & Sons. Circ (Jj-TOG 

■QUINCYS 540: Plumas, 4(557 : 80m NW of Reno, 
iS'ev.; nearest railroad point, King's. Stage to Reno, 
Oroville, (ireenville and La Porte. Farming, gold min- 
ing anil lumbering are chief industries. P^xpress ; Tel- 
egra]ih. Bank of Rideout, Smith & Co., Oroville. 

Independent— Wednesday ; Non-partisan ; Est. 

'92; 4p 18x24; Sub. $3. Andrew Hall. 

Circ (i)-670 

National-Bulletin— Thursday; Ind; Est. '66; 

4ii 18-24; Sub. .S3. Plumas County Pub. 

Co. Circ rS -1000 

RAMONA, 150; San Diego, 35090; 13m NE of Foster 
on San Diego, Cuyamaca and Eastern Ry. Stock, grain, 
bee and fruit raising, mining and milling are the chief 
industries. Is local trade centre and summer and win- 
ter resort. Exi>ress ; 'Telegrajdi, Foster Station. 

Sentinel— Friday ; Ind; Est. '87; 4p 17X22; 

Sub. SI. D. N. Dodson. Circ (3:;-500 

RANDSBURG, 500; Kern, 16480: 118m NE of 
Ilakerstield ; nearest railroad point, Mojave. Is a min- 
ing town and has the famous Yellow Aster Mines. 
Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Bakersfield, Bakersfield. 
Miner— Saturday; Ind; Est. '90; 4p 13X19: 

.Sub. .§2. C. J. McDivitt. Circ (g)-500 

RED BLUFF*, 2750 ; Tehama, 10990 ; 135m N of Sacra- 
nient(j on Southern Pacific Rv. and Sacramento river. 
Industries: Fruit cannery, soda and broom factories, 
planing mills and foundry, ice factory and refrigerator 
plant. Is trade centre for agricultural section and 
ships large amount of wheat, lumlier, wool, fruit, etc. 
Val. .¥1,500,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Tehama. 
County. Tremont Hotel. 

News— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '85; 4p 
15x22; Sub. $5. Linthicum & Reppy. 
Circ (S)-450 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '85; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. Linthicum & Reppy. Circ. ..(4;i-750 

People's Cause— Evening; Rep; Est. '78; 4]) 
14-21; Sub. iif'i. E. C. & C. O. Pendleton. 
Circ 0-500 

People's Cause— Saturday; Rep; Est. '00; 8p 
14x21: Sub. $2. E. C. & C. O. Pendle- 
ton. Ciic ®-1100 

Sentinel— Evening; Rep; Est. '84; 4p 15x22; 

Sal). S4.50. D. D. Dodson. Circ @-400 

Sentinel— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '67; 4p 22x30; 

.Sub. .S2. D. D. Dodson. Circ ®-700 

REDDING*, 5000; .Shasfci, 17318; 250m N of San 
Francisco on So. Pacific Ry. Has Mountain Copiier 
Comi)any's mines, capital $!'7, 500.000, employing 1500 
men, with monthly pay roll of .'i!100,000 ; twenty large 
mines, with 20 to lOO quartz miners each and annual 
lu'oduct of 810,000,000, in Shasta county; many small 
l)lacer gold mines, with annual jtroduct of .$100,000 to 
§250,000. Is trade centre of large farming and mining 
jiopulation and supjily point for mountain resorts. 
Val. S3, 000, 000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Shasta 
County. Depot Hotel. 
Democrat— Thursday; Dem; Est. '80; 4p 

20/.26; Sub. $2.l50. I.D.Stanford. Circ..®-750 



Free Press— Evening; Rep; Est. '95; 4p 

18x24; Sub. S4. Free Press Pub. Co. Circ.®-820 

Free Press— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '83; 8p 
14x21; Sub. SI. 50. Free Press Pub. Co. 
Circ (f-l 200 

Searchlight— Morning ex Mon ; Ind-Dem ; Est. 
'95; 6-8p 15X20; Sub. $5. .Johnson & 
Brackett. Circ ®-1130 

Searchlight— Tuesday and Friday; Ind-Dem; 
Est. '94: 4-Op 15x20; Sub. SI. 50. Johnson 
iS: Brackett. Circ (2)-1175 

REDLANDS, 0200; San Bernardino. 33500; 8m E of 
San Bernardino on Santa Fe and Southern Pacific Rys. 
In centre of the orange belt of southern California. 
Here are ]ilaning mills, jiacking houses and a fruit 
preserving factory. Grows deciduous and citrus fruits 
and is a shipping point for fruit raising district. Val. 
$5,095,100. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Casa I>oma Hotel. 

Citrograph — Saturday; Rep; Est. '87; lOp 
11X17; Sub. .f2. Redlands News Co. 
Circ ^^-1200 

Facts — Evening; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 
15 5-8X215-8; Sub. S4. The Moore Co. 
Circ i)-1382 

REDONDO BEACH, 855; Los Angeles, 170,298; 18m 
NE of Los Angeles on Los Angeles & San Diego br. S. 

C. and Los Angeles & Redondo Rys.; on Pacific ocean, 
with steamers. Trade centre for agricultural section. 
Val. S300,000. E.tiiress; Telegra|)h. Los Angeles 
Nat. Bank, Los Angeles. Hotel Redondo. 

Breeze — Saturday; Non-jiartisan; Est. '94; 4p 

15  22; Sub. .ifl.50. S. D. Barklay. Circ..®-438 

REDWOOD CITY*, 1053; San Mateo, 12094; 30m 
S of San Francisco on So. Pacific Ry.; on navigable 
creek flowing into San Francisco bay. Has t rank 
Tanning Co. and Beeger's tanneries, emjiloying 225 
people, with monthly pay roll of $8,000. Seat of a (R. 
Catholic; Convent. Three miles from I'alo Alto, seat of 
Stanford University. Val. 8700,000. Express; Tele- 
grajth. Bank of San Mateo County. Price Hotel. 

Democrat— Thursdav; Dem; Est. '86; 4p 

18 -24; Sub. 82.50. Davis & Swift. Circ.®-1100 

Times-Gazette— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '59 ; 4p 

is:- 24; Sub. ,82.50. D. E. O'Keefe. Circ.(l)-1300 

REEDLEY, 1000; Fresno, 37862 ; 25m SE of Fresno 
on Porterville br. S. 1'. and Fresno & Vi.salia br. S. F. & 
S. J. V. Rys. Agriculture is the chief industry and Reed- 
ley is the largest wheat shipjiing point in Central Cal- 
ifornia. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' Bank of 
Fresno, Fresno. 

Exponent— Thursday; Ind; Est. '91; 8p 

15x22; Sub. 81.50. J. Fairweather. Circ. 2^-500 

RIO y 1ST A, (582; Solano, 24143; 05m NE of San 
Francisco by water on Sacramento river, with steam- 
boat to San Francisco. In a gi'ain, vegetable and fruit 
growing district. Exi)ress ; Telegraph. Nat. Bank of 

D. O. Mills & Co., Sacramento. 

News— Friday; Ind; Est. '90; 8p 12X18; Sub. 

82. 50. Otto Jensen. Circ ®-400 

RIVERSIDE*, 9000; Riverside, 17897: 50m E of Los 
Angeles on Santa Fe and So. Pacific Rys. "Has more 
miles of beautiful avenues and streets, tree lined and 
flower bordered, than any other city in the State. The 
fame of Magnolia Avenue, with its 14 miles of magno- 
lias, peppers, italms, eucalypti and grevillas are un- 
rivaled in Europe or America." Has 20000 acres of 
orange groves, annually jiroducing 2,500,000 boxes of 
the finest fruit in the world. Riverside holds gold 
medals from the New Orleans World's Fair and Califor- 
nia State Citrus Fair, for her citrus fruits. Is fruit 
growing trade centre for county. Sherman Institute 
located here. Val. 85,500,000. " Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Glenwood Inn. 

Enterprise— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '85; 

8-10pl7 1-2x23; Sub. 86. The Enterprise 

( o. Circ (D-1873 

Enterprise — Sunday ; Rep; Est. '85; 8-12p 

17 1-2X23; Sub. 81.50. The Enterprise 

( o. Circ (D-1884 

Enterprise— Saturday; Rep; Est. '85; 8-12p 

17 1-2x23; Sub. $1. The Enterprise Co. 

Circ @-1000 

Press— Evening; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 80. Press Printing Co. Circ (2)-1580 



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Press and Horticulturist (semi-weekly edition 
(if rrossi — lloitKUltural; Est. 79; Sj) 
ir.X2'2; Sub. «;l. Press rtg. Co. Circ (D-975 

ROCKLIN, 1050; Placer, 15780; 22m NE of Sacra- 
mento on Oijden div. S. P. Ry. Has granite quarries 
and railroad round house. Yal. $200, 069. Express; 
TeU'graidi. Placer County Bank. Auburn. 

Representative— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '82 ; 8p 

18x21; Sub. §1. Jno. H. Gregory. Cire...@-4:00 

SACRAMENTO*, (state capital), 29282; Sacramento, 
4591.") ; si.ni NE ol San Francisco on California Pacific, 
( alifornia »\: Northern, Sacramento & I'lacerville, 
Northern California & Oregon and Central Pacific 
divs. S. P. Uys.; on Sacramento river, with passenger 
and freight steamers to points on San Francisco bay. 
The most important industries are : The So. Pacific 
Rv. shops, covering 43 acres, emploving 3200 men, 
with monthly pay roll of $300,000 ; Biilfalo and Sacra- 
mento Brewing companies, Phcenix, Sperry & Brighton 
Flour Mills, Mohr & Yoerk Meat Packing' Co., Califor- 
nia, Schaw, Batcher & Co., iron pipe works ; Central Can- 
neries Co., and the Sacramento I'acking Co. There are 
302 industries, with a cajiital of 86.000,000, emplov- 
ing 6000 people, with monthly pay roll of .§300,000 arid 
an annual manufactured product of .$12,000,000. Im- 
mense water power at Folsom furnishes electricity for 
light and power and Sacramento has become one of the 
leading electrical cities of the world. Sacramento is the 
trade centre for northern and central California and Ne- 
vada, eml)racing farming, fruit raising and mining pop- 
ulation of 200.000, with annual trade of $60,000,000. 
Has (R. Catholic) Cathedral, Crocker Art Gallerv, South- 
ern Pacific Ry. Val. .$17,400,508. Express; Telegraph. 
Nat. Bank of D. O. Mills & Co. Golden Eagle Hotel. 

Bee— Evening; Ind; Est. '57; 8-12p 17x24; 

Sub. .SO. James McClatchey Co. Circ (2)-7745 

Bee— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '77; 8-16p 17X24; 

Sub. $1. James McClatchy Co. Circ @-8604 

Leader— Sunday ; Rep : Est. '79; 4p 21x28; 

Sub. S2.50. John N. Larkin. Circ 3-2000 

Nord California Herold und Sacramento 
Journal (German)— Saturday; Ind; Est. 
•OS; ,sp 17X22; Sub. .$2.50. Charles 
Schmitt. Circ ®-1350 

Record-Union— Morning; Ind-Rep; Est. '52; 
6-8p 17x24; Sub. S6. Sacramento Pub. 
Co. Circ D-7647 

Record-Union— Sunday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '— ; 

12p 17x24; Sub. $2. Sacramento Pub. 

Co. Circ (i:-8245 

Union (weeklv edition of Record-Union)— 

Friday; Ind-Rep; Est. '52; 12p 17x24; 

Sub. $1. Sacramento Pub. Co. Circ 0-5604 

ST. HELENA, 1582; Napa, 16451; 60m N of San 
Francisco un Southern Pacific Ry. Industries; Man- 
ufactories of wine and olive oil. Has summer and 
winter visitors. St. Helena Sanitarium. Val. .$1,117,000. 
Express ; Telegraph. Carver Nat. Bank. Hotel Anger- 
wine. 

Sentinel— Thtirsdav ; Ind ; Est. '94 ; 8p 12x18 ; 

Sub. si. 50. Blank & Heath.. Circ (1-500 

Star— Fridav; Rep; Est. '74; 4p 20x26; Sub. 

$2. F. B. Mackinder. Circ !i)-800 

SALINAS*, 3304; Monterey, 19380; 18m E of Mon- 
terey on Southern Pacific Ry. Has fruit, live stock and 
wool raising industries and'is a trade centre for fertile 
vallev region. Location of Speckler beet sugar factory, 
largest m the world. Val. $2,500,000. Express; Tel- 
egrai)h. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Bardin. 

Democrat— Fridav ; Dem; Est. '97; 4pl6x24; 

Sub. $1. Salinas Pub Co. Circ a-1320 

Index — Evening ex Satur ; Rep ; Est. '96 ; 4p 

18X24; Sub. .$4.50. W. J. Hill. Circ 1-900 

Index— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '71 ; 8p 18x24; . 

Sub. $1.50. 'W. J. Hill. Circ rg:-1500 

Journal— Morning ex Mon ; Dem ; Est. '89 ; 4p 

lo- 20; Sub. $4.50. M. J. Smeltzer. Circ. f -600 

Journal— Sanirdav ; Dem ; Est. '07 ; 4p 20x26 ; 

Suli. Si .50. M. J. Smeltzer. Circ (3)-550 

SAN ANDREAS*, 1083; Calaveras. 11200; 50m SE of 
Sacramento; nearest railroad point. Valley Springs. 
Gold mining is the principal industry. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Calaveras County, Angels. Metropoli- 
tan Hotel. 



Citizen— Saturdav ; Dem; Est. '70; 4p 18x24; 

Sul). $2. S.J.Lewis. Circ ®-750 

Prospect — Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '81 ; 8p 

ir>x22; Sub. $2. C. W. Getchell. Circ...®-1070 

SAN BERNARDINO*, 9400; San Bernardino, 27929; 
OOm E of Los Angeles, junction main line and brs. So. 
I'acific, Salt Lake Route and Atchison, Tojieka & Santa 
Fe Rys. Has Santa Fe Ry. shoiis, employing 1400 
men. " Is farming and fruit raising centre and draws 
trade from agricultural and mining section with 35000 
pop. Is summer and winter resort. Val. .$3,500,000. 
P2xpress ; Telegraph. San Bernardino Nat. Bank. Hotel 
Stewart. 

Free Press— Evening; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 

13x20; Sub. $4.80. H.C.Warner. Circ..l)-800 

Free Press— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '9(5; 8p 

11X14; Sub. $1. H.C.Warner. Circ....Ii-1000 

Sun— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '94; 8p 

18x24; Sub. .$4. R.C.Harbison. Circ..'t)-1445 

Sun— Fridav; Rep; Est. '94; 8p 18x24; Sub. 

$1.50. R.C.Harbison. Circ ©-SOO 

Times-Index — Evening ; Conservative-Dem ; 
Est. '65; 8p 15x22; Sub. $4.80. The 
Transcript Co. Circ (3-1800 

Times-Index — Friday; Conservative-Dem; 
Est. '05; 8p 15x22; Sub. $1.50. The 
Transcript Co. Circ 3,-1000 

SAN DIEGO*, 17700; San Diego, 35090; 127m SE of 
Los Angeles on Los Angeles & San Diego line A., T & 
Santa Fe, terminus San Diego, Cueymaca & Eastern 
Rys. Has only national harbor south "of San Francisco. 
Pacific Coast S. S. Line steamers arrive and leave every 
fourth day for San Francisco and all imjiortant Pacific 
Coast ]iorts; California & Oriental line of steamers sail 
monthly to Hong Kong, Yokohama and Honolulu. Has 
San Diego Brewery, Stead Soap Co., Standard Iron 
Works, truit canning faxtory, large dried and salt fish 
shiitping interests, lumber yards, brick yards and other 
industries. Has State Normal School. Is trade centre 
for lemon growing and raisin curing section. Chas. 
Dudley AVarner calls San Diego the "Italy of America." 
At Coronado Beach is the Hotel del Coronado. the lar- 
gest resort hotel in the world. Val. $12,217,618. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Brewster. 

Sud California Deutsche Zeitung (German)— 

Thursday; Ind; Est. '87; 8p 16x23; Sub. 

$2. Bruegmann & Harbs. Circ ®-900 

Sun— Evening; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 14 1-2X 

18 3-4; Sub. $3. W. H. Porterfleld. Circ.@-2024 
Sun— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '81; 8p 14 l-2x 

18 3-4; Sub. $1. W. H. Porterfleld. Circ. 2 -986 
Tribune— Evening; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 15x20; 

Sub. $3. Tribune Co. Circ ®-4252 

Union— Morning; Rep; Est. '08; 8-12p 

17x22; Sub. $9. San Diego Union Co. 

Circ r3)-5500 

Union— Sunday ; Rep; Est. '68; 8-24p 

17x22; Siib. $1.50. San Diego Union 

Co. Circ (D-6650 

Union— Thursdav; Rep; Est. '68; 8p 17x22; 

Sub. $1.50. San Diego Union Co. Circ....(S-2300 
West American Scientist— Monthly ; Science ; 

Est. '84; 10p6X9; Sub. $1. C. R. Orcutt. 

Circ t-500 

SAN FRANCISCO*, 342,782; San Francisco, 342,782; 
on San Francisco bay, with steamer lines to leading 
Pacific coast points' China, Japan, Australia and the 
Orient; terminus .Southern Pacific, Atchison, Topeka & 
Santa Fe, San Francisco & North Pacific, North Pacific 
Coast and California and Nevada Rys. San Francisco 
has 5200 manufactories, with $80,502,375 capital, 
51580 employes, monthly pay roll of $2,750,000 and an 
annual product worth over $140,000,000. Here is the 
great Union Iron Works, builders of the U. S. battleshij) 
Oregon, battleship Ohio, armored cruiser California, 
monitor Monterey and cruisers Olympia, San Francisco 
and Charleston, emiiloying 1200 men. Other leading 
concerns are ; The Western Sugar Refinerv, Hutchinson 
Sugar Plantation Co., Ruby Hill Vineyarcl Co., Armour 
Packing Co., Paige & Morton, fruit packers; Cutting 
Packing Co., Fontana & Co., canners ; Great Western Can 
Machine Co^ Risdon Iron & LocomotiAe Works, Pel ton 
Water Wheel Co., American Typefounders Co., Shelby 
Smelting & Lead Co., Germariia Lead Works, Natoma 
Water and Mining Co., Mendocino Lumber Co., San 
Bernardino Borax Mining Co., Patent Brick Co., Golden 
Gate Woolen Mfg. Co., Belding Bros. Silk factory, N. 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



Ohlanclt & Co., bone charcoal; National Brewing Co., 
Bavaria Brewery, Hobbs, Wall & Co., boxes; Staiiffer 
Chemical Co., Sperry Flour Co., Pacific Bridge, Fruit 
Packing and Rolling Mill companies and Sheet Metal 
"Works, Pacific Coast Borax Co. and California Brew- 
ing, Canneries. Casket and Cotton Mills companies, 
Wire 'VA'orks, Powder Works, Fuse Works and AVine 
Assn. San Francisco is the trade and wholesale centre 
for the Pacific coast, Alaska and Hawaii, and has large 
foreign trade with Central and South America, China, 
Japan, Australia, Siberia and the Philijipine, Caroline, 
Ladrone and Oceanica islands. The results of the late 
war with Spain point to a tremendous expansion of 
the American trade in the East, and a large i)er 
cent of such trade must jiass through San Fran- 
cisco. Trolley to towns in San Mateo county. The 
city's educational institutions include the Cooper Med- 
ical College, San Francisco College of Dentistry, College 
of Pharmacy, College of Physicians & Surgeons, Cali- 
fornia School of Mechanical Arts, Wilmerding Indus- 
trial School, Hastings Law College, Mark Hopkins Art 
Institute, Coggswell Polytechnic College, University of 
the Pacific and the K. Catholic College of Notre Dame, 
St. Ignatius and Sacred Heart College. San Francisco 
is a summer resort for Californians and a favorite wm- 
ter resort for eastern people. No city in America sur- 
passes, if any equals, San Francisco in its situation for 
picturesque "marine views and park system. The latter 
includes Golden Gate Park, 1013 acres, costing .§1,500,- 
000; Franklin, Portsmouth, Garfield, Alarno, Jackson 
and Buena Vista Parks, Adams, Jackson, La Fayette, 
Lobos, Washington, TTniou, Columbia and Harrison 
Squares and Alta Plaza; the Clifl: House, Seal Rocks. 
Sutro Heights and the Presidio military reservation 
are attractive points of interest. Among the city's 
older buildings the U. S. Mint and St. Ignatius Church 
and College are the most imposing. The later Iniilding 
achievements are represented by the New City Hall and 
D. O. Mills. Chronicle and Mark Hopkins "buildings. 
Val. ^351, 784,01)4. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank. Palace Hotel. 

Abend Post (German)— Evening; Ind-Rep: 
Est. '00; 4p 17x22; Sub. $7.80. Abend 
I'ost Co. Circ 4-6505 

Abend Post (German)— Thursdav; Ind-Rep; 
Est. '('>0;Gp 23x30; Sub. .5^.50. Abend 
Post Co Circ S-8742 

Sonntags Post (German)— Sunday ; Ind-Rep; 
Est. 'CO; Cp 17x22; Sub. $2. "Abend Post 
Co. Circ ®-7652 

Adiuster— Monthlv; Insurance; Est. '90; 62p 

7Xl(t: Sub. i?3. J. A. Carey. Circ ®-5000 

American and Chinese Commercial(Chinese)— 
Fridav; Commercial; Est. '82;4p 12x20; 
Sub. ,|5. Suey Kee & Co. Circ ®-625 

Argonaut— Monday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '77; 16p 

1 1 X 10 ; Sub..'P4". Argonaut Pub. Co. Circf-loOOO 

Bien (Norgn-Dan)— Friday; Est. '82; 8p 

10x24; Sub. i*2. Bien'Pub. Co. Circ... .®-1225 

Bishop's A. B. C. Guide— Monthly ; Non-Pol; 

Uailroads: Est. '85 : 300p GX8 ; Sub. 32.50. 
Traliic I'ul). Co. Circ @-2560 

Breeder and Sportsman— Saturday ; Breeding, 

racing and field sports; Est. '82; 16-24p 
11X10; Sub. §3. F.W. Kelley. Circ. ..(3)-6625 

British Calif ornian-Monthly ; Est. '97; 24p 
10X14; Sub. ,$1. British Californian 
I'ub. Co. Circ S-8500 

Bulletin— Evening ; Ind-Rep; Est. '55; 14p 

1 7 X 21 ; Sub. |6. R. A. Crothers. Circ.(l;.-49159 

Bulletin— Sunday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '98; 30p 

17X21; Sub. .•*2. R. A. Crothers. Circ.®-47802 

Bull's Eye— Monthly; Agriculture; Est. 1901; 
20p 9X12; Sub. 25c. Bull's Eye Pub. 
( o. Circ (3^-16000 

Butchers" and Stock Growers' Journal— Satur- 
day; Butchering, Wool Hides and Live 
Stock; Est. '90; 14p 10X13 1-2; Sub. $2. 
T. J. Sinclair. Circ (r.-2018 

California A. 0. TJ. W.-Monthly ; Est. '97 ; 
!-!p 10X14; Sub. 25c. Wm. H. Barnes. 
Circ (S-25000 

California Decision-Si-W; Est. '77; l0-20p 
0X9 1-2; Sub. .■<12. The Recorder Print- 
ing and Pub. Co. Circ (l)-2500 

California Fruit Grower— Saturday ; Horticul- 
tuic and Fruit; Est. '88; lOp 11 1-2X 
15 1-2; Sub. .92. B.N. Rowley. Circ @-6785 



Call— Morning; Rep; Est. '56; 10-16p 16x21; 

Sub. . SO. John D. Spreckels. Circ 1-60385 

Call— Sunday; Rep; Est. '50; 32p 16x21; 

Sub. .•?1.50. John D. Spreckels. Circ....(i)-71684 

Call— Wednesdav ; Rep; Est. '56; 16p 
10x21; Sufi. $1. John D. Spreckels. 
Circ 1 -12000 

Chinese Recorder— Thursday; Est. '— ; 4p 
14.V 21 ; Sub. .$— . Mun Kee, Wo Lee & Co. 
Circ ®-200 

Christian Advocate— Thursday ; Methodist ; 
Est. '50; 20p 7X11; .Sub. $1.50. Method- 
ist Book Concern. Circ (J;>-4800 

Chronicle— Morning; Ind-Rep; Est. '65; 
12-lOp 17x23; Sub. .«;e.70. M. H. De- 
Young. Circ (1-80357 

Chronicle— Sunday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '05; 36p 

17x23; Sub. .§"2. M H De Young. Circ. 1-92925 

Chronicle— Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '74; 16p 
17x23; Sub. $1.50. M. H. DeYoung. 
Circ a -32193 

Churchman (Bacific)— Si-Mo; Episcopal; Est. 
'60; 20p 9X14; Sub. $2. Mrs. E. R. Oli- 
ver. Circ. • • , (51-3500 

City Argus— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '79; 24p 

10x14; Sub. .$4. Robert E. Culbreth. Circ. $-4000 

Coast Review— Monthly ; Insurance ; Est. '71 ; 

S4p:Sub. .^3. Coast Review Co. Circ 

Coast Seamen's Journal— Wednesday ; Mari- 
time: Est. "87; lOp 11X10; Sub. $2. 
Sailors' TTnion of the Pacific. Circ (§)-4617 

Comercio (Spanish) — Saturday; Est. '93; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $4. A.P.Alvarez. Circ ®-3025 

Commercial Herald— Thursday ; Est. '52; 4p 
lux 20; Sub. .$5. Journal of Commerce 
Pub. Co. Circ ®-2025 

Commercial News — Morning; Commercial; 
Est. '75; 8p 15X22; Sub. $6. Commer- 
cial Pub. Co. Circ @-1875 

Commercial News— Thursday ; Commercial; 
Est. '84; 20-24p 10X14; Sub. $2. Com- 
mercial I'ub. Co. Circ ®-1000 

Commercial Traveler— Monthly ; Est. '90; 20p 
10X14; Sub. si. 50. Commercial Traveler 
Pub. Co. Circ 

Demokrat (German)— Morning; Dem; Est. '53; 
8p 17 1-2x21 1-2; Sub. .?7.80. California 
Demokrat Pub. Co. Circ i3)-5600 

Demokrat (German) — Sundav; Dem; Est. '52; 
12p 17 1-2x21 1-2; Sub. .«2.50. Califor- 
nia Demokrat I'ub. Co. Circ 3-7800 

Staats Zeitung (German) (weekly edition of 
Demokrat)— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '53;8p 
17 1-2x21 1-2; Sub. .$2.50. California 
Demokrat Pul). Co. Circ g:-6300 

Dramatic Review and Music and Drama— 
Saturdav; Est. '82; 18p 11 1-2X15 1-2 ; 
Sub. $3." Dr.imatie Review Pub. Co. Circ..®-2500 

Deutsche "Vereins-Zeitung (German)— Friday ; 
Tiirn-Vereins; Est. '92; 4p 18X24; Sub. 
$1. C. Leideeker & Co. Circ ®-3018 

Elevator— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '65 ; 4p 18x24; 
Sub. $3. Eleva"tor Pub. Co. of San Fran- 
cisco and Oakland. Circ ®-900 

Elvezia (Swiss-Italian) — Saturday; Lib-Rep; 

Est. '79; 8p 15x22; Sub. S4. Geo. F. 

Cavalli. Circ (I)-1650 

Emanu-el— Fridav ; Jewish; Est. '95; 20p 

9X12; Sub. .$2. A. W. Voorsanger. Circ.®-6025 

Examiner — Morning; Ind- Dem; Est. '65; 
10-16p 17x22; Sub. $7.80. W.R.Hearst. 
Circ a-98447 

Examiner— Sunday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '— ; 40- 
44p 17x22; Sub. $2.50. W. R. Hearst. 
Circ 1-136,528 

Examiner— Thursday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '65; 

16p 17X22; Sub. $1.50. W. R. Hearst. 

Circ J -88313 

Field Sports— Monthly ; Est. '90; 26p 10X14; 

-Sub. $1. T. E. Flynn. Circ ®-3125 

Foresters' Advocate— Monthly ; A. O. F ; Est. 
"85; 8p 11X10; Sub. 50c. M. Boehm. 
Circ (3;-1675 



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Franco-Calif ornien (French)— Morning; Ind; 
Est. ali; 41) 18x24; Sub. $13. Franco- 
Oalifornien I'lil). Co. Circ (§1-5025 

Franco-Californien (French)— Saturilay ; Ind; 
Kst. .">•_': S|> 20x2(1; Sub. $5. Franeo- 

("alitoniicii l*>ib. Co. Circ @-1775 

Golden State-Monthly; N. S. G. W; Est. '92; 
l.'4p yxl2; Sub. *1. Chas. A. Boldeman. 

Circ i)-18120 

Grocer and Country Merchant and Tobacco- 
nist— Fridav: Coiunicrcial ; Est. '7-t:20p 
'.tX12; Siib.".*;2.5U. J.J.Menzies. Circ... 4-2500 
Harmony— Monthly ; Chr. Science; Est. '88; 

aL'ii 7X10: Sub. S^l. M.E.Cramer. Circ 

Hebrew <Kng. and Ger.)— Friday ; Jewish; 
Est. '03 ;8p 14X21; Sub. $5. Philo Jacoby. 

Circ ^-2010 

Hotel Gazette - Thursday ; Est. '76; lOOp 
3 1-2X(; 1-2; Sub. .$3. Wm. P. Harrison. 

( ire S-5200 

Impartial Calif ornien (French)— Saturday ; 
Est. 117; 4p 1 5. \ 22; Sub. $2.50. X.Mefret. 

Circ 

Imparziale (Italian)— Si-mo; Catholic; Est. 
".M! ; 4p 13X20; Sub. $1. Guiseppe Mor- 
gana. Circ (Ji-2000 

Insignia— Monthly ; I. O. R. M; Est. "93; 12p 

',1X12: Sub. .•*1. Porter L. Hliss. Circ (35-1500 

Insurance Sun— Monthly; Est.'—; 20p 7X10; 

Sub. .'<3. Insurance Sun Pul). Co. Circ 

Japan Herald (Eng. and Jap.)— Saturday ; Est. 
'.Id: lop 11x10; Sub. $1.50. G. Y. Okada. 

Circ 

Jewish Times and Observer— Friday ; Jewish ; 
Est. '5G; 8p 14X21; Sub. $3. Levy & 

Saalburg. Circ (J;-5000 

Journal of Commerce— Kvening; Commercial 
and News: Est. "SO; 4p lSx24; Sub. $6. 

.lournal I'ub. Co. Circ '^-1738 

Piihliglur's Slafimrnf.—'the Daily Journal of Com- 
merce is puldished principally in the interests of tlie 
commercial and financial institutions of tlie Pacific 
Coast. ^\'as established in 1872, has the largest circu- 
lation of any similar publication on the Western slope. 
It is an invaluable medium for investors and brokers 
in that section of the country and for Eastern Manu- 
facturers desirous of placing "their goods in California 
and the neighboring states. 
Journal of Commerce— Friday ; Commercial; 
Est. '72; 4p 18x24; Sub. $3. J. H. 

Hertsche. Circ (3;-2268 

Journal of Electricity— Power and Gas; 
Miintlily : Engineering; Est. '95 ; 40-250p 
9X12; Sub. $2. Journal of Electricity 

Pub. Co. Circ (5-3100 

L'ltalia (Italian)— Morning; Rep: Est. '87; 8p 

15- 22 ; Sub. Si',. Almagia & Patrizi. Circ. ? -5817 

Mining and Engineering Review and Elec- 
trician and Western Oil Exponent- 
Saturday; Mining, Engineering and Oil; 
Est. '89; 18-24p 8 1-2X11; Sub. $2. 
T. J. Fitzsimmons. Circ ®-8999 

Mining and Scientific Press— Thursday ; Est. 
'(lo; 52p 11X10; Sub. §3. J. F. Halloran. 
Circ (f -9310 

Mission Journal— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '76 ; 8p 

15x22; Sul). 81.50. F.G.Thomas. Circ..®-856 

Mission and So. Francisco Mail— Saturday ; 

Ind; Est. '90; 8p 13x20; Sub. 81.50. (Is- 
sues a 4p edition at $1.) E. B. Griffith's 

Sons. Circ ®-1800 

Monitor— Saturdav ; Catholic; Est. '56; 20p 

11X16; Sub. "$2.50. Monitor Pub. Co. 

Circ 'a-25500 

Nation— Saturday; Irish Interests; Est. '95; 

4p 12x20; Sub. .$2. C. B. Flanagan. Circ 

National Review— Monthly ; Sporting; Est. 

'90; IC.p 10X14; Sub. $1. Bean Bros. 

& Long. Circ ®-1265 

New Age— Monthly ; I. O. O. F ; Est. '65 ; 16p 

11X10: Sub. si. Wm. H.Barnes. Circ... $-2250 
News-Letter— Saturday ;Literary and Society; 

Est. '50; 32p 12X9; Sub. $4. F.Marriott. 

Circ J)-16408 

New Occident— Friday ; Jewish; Est. 1900; 

IGp yxil ; Sub. .«2. J. & I. Nieto. Circ 

Oriental Chinese Newspaper— Friday ; Est. 

'86 ;4p 14x21; Sub. $—. WahKee. Circ 



Our Junior Citizens— Saturday; Juvenile; 
Est. '03; 8p 6X10; Sub. 50c. A. H. 
Hutchinson, Circ 3 -500 

Our Youth— Monthly ; Juvenile: Est. '96; 
;'>2-36p (;xiO; Sub..'#l. A. H. Hutchinson. 
Circ ^-750 

Overland Monthly— Monthly ; Literary; Est. 
'68; 128p 5 1-2X8; Sub. $1. F. Marriott. 
Circ (3;-43917 

Pacific— Thursday ; Congregational; Est. '52; 
32p 8X11; Sub. $2. Publishing Co. of 
the Pacific. Circ iii-1700 

Pacific Christian— Thursday; Religious; Est. 
'95 ; 16p 9X13; Sub. .•3i2. Pacific Christian 
Pub. Co. Circ S -3000 

Pacific Coast Home Monthly— Monthly ; Fam- 
ily; Est. "'.IS; ii; to 32p 10X14; Sub. $1. 
Tiios. 1 lonnellan. Circ 3,-50000 

Pacific Ensign -Thursday ; W. C. T. U ; Est. 
"'.tl: 8p 11X15; Sub. $1. Ensign Co. 
Circ (f -3000 

Pacific Medical Journal— Monthly ; Est. '57 ; 
(;4p OX',); Sub. $2. Dr. Winslow Ander- 
son. Circ 3-3000 

Pacific Methodist Advocate— Thursday ; Meth- 
odist ; Est. ■5f>; lt!pViX13; Sub. $2. W. 
E. Vaughan. Circ J)-2250 

Pacific Rural Press— Thursday ; Agricultural ; 
Est. '71; 16-24p 11X16; Sub. $2. Dewey 
Pub. Co. Circ ^-8861 

Pacific Skandinav (Dan-Norwg)— Thursday; 
Est. '87; 8p 16x23; Sub. $2.25. 
Scandinavian Pub. Co. Circ (J)-1625 

Pacific Underwriter— Si-Mo ; Insurance; Est. 

'87 ; 20p 9X12 ; Sub. $2. Robert W. Neal. 

Circ @-1028 

Park News-Sunday; Est. '92; 24p 8X11; 

•Sub. si. Circ i-lOOOO 

Philosophical Journal— Saturday ; Spiritual- 
ist; Est. '05: 8p 12X16; Sub. $1. Phil- 
osophical I'ub. Co. Circ (3;-5000 

Political Record— Saturday ; Non-partisan ; 
Est. '82; 4p 16x23; Sub. $2.50. Donald 
Bruce. Circ S -1550 

Post— Evening; Ind: Rep; Est. '71; 12 to 16p 

24 to 64p Sat ; Sub. $4.50. Circ 

Post— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. '75; 12p 17x22; 

Sub. $1. Circ 

Public Opinion— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '80; 8p 

11x16; Sub. $2. I. N. Choynski. Circ...(i)-5026 

Railroad Gazetteer-Monthly ; Est. '71; 200p 

7X10; Sub. .si. H. S. Crocker Co. Circ. J)-5060 

Resources of California— Monthly ; Immigra- 
tion; Est, '70; 16p 12X10; Sub. $2. 
George D. Hildebrand. Circ :4)-2026 

Retail Grocers' Advocate— Saturday ; Est. 
'96; ^4p 11X14; Sub. $2. Advocate Pub. 
Co. Circ (|;-3500 

San Francisco and Pacific Druggist— Month- 
ly; Drugs; Est. '95; 84p8Xll; Sub. $1. 
Pacific Druggist Pub. Co. Circ (3i-2100 

Searchlight— Monthly ; Prohibition; Est. '95; 

12p 10X14; Sub. $1. Searchlight Pub. 

Co. Circ 

Sloboda (Servian)— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '93 ; 4p 
10X22; Sub. $4. Servian Literary Club. 
Circ .(3)-4000 

Star— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '84; 16p 9x12; 

Sub. $1.50. James H. Barry. Circ ®-11560 

Tageblatt (German)— Friday ; Socialistic ; Est. 

'91: 8p 23x26: Sub. $2. Tageblatt Pub. 

Association. Circ (3)-3560 

The Recorder— Morning; Ind; Est. 1900;4-8p 

15X 2i! ; Sub. $12. The Recorder Printing 

& Publishing Co. Circ (3-5000 

Town Talk— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '85; 32p 

9X11 1-2; Sub. $3; Town Talk Pub. Co. 

Circ (I)-15500 

Trade Journal— Friday ; Industrial; Est. '98; 

:iOp yxiii; Sub. $2. J. R. Parish. Circ... X'-1683 
Trade-Postal Journal— Monthly; Postal; Est.~" 

'83; 40p 8X11; Sub. $1.50. John D. 

Robertson. Circ 

Traveler— Monthly ; Literary; Est. '93; 20p 

10X14; Sub. $1. Wm.t". Bryan. Circ. (3)-10495 



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Trestle Board— ^londav; Freemasons: Kst. 
■.S7; If.p 7X10: Sub. $1. Trestle Board 
Asso. Circ ? -2185 

Trestle Board Magazine— Monthlj' : Freema- 
sons: Est.'87:o2p 7X10;Sub. $1. Trestle 
Board Asso. Circ 4-17580 

Uniao PortugTieza (Portuguese)— Thursday; 
Neutral; Kst. "84; 4p 20x28; Sub. S2.50. 
>Ianuel F. M. Trigueiro. Circ ®-1200 

Vestkusten (Swedish l— Thursday; Ind-Rep; 
Kst. '.s(;;8p 18x24; Sub. ??2. West Coast 
I'ul). Co. Circ (3)-3850 

Vestra Sandebudet (Swedi.sh) — Monthly; 
Methodist; Est. '90; 8p 11X18; Sub. 50c. 
J. R. Andrews & Co. Circ ®-1000 

Voce Del Popolo (Italian)— Evening; Ind; Est. 
■.'.'.1: 4]i 20  2i;; Sub. S6. Carlo Pedretti 
^: Sons. Circ v3;-5120 

Ego Delia California (Italian) (weekly edition 
ot Voce del Popolo )— Thursday : Ind; Est. 
'95 : 4p 20x26 ; Sub. 82. Carlo Pedretti & 
Sons. Circ J-IOOO 

Wasp— Saturday; Ind-Rep; Est. '76; 20p 

10X14; Sub. .§4. WaspPuh. Co. Circ...®-18040 

Wave— Saturday ; Soc; Est. '87 ; 16p 9X12; 

Suli. s:!. Wave Pub. Co @-12518 

Western Creamery— Monthly ; Dairying; Est. 
•95; 52p8Xll; Sub. $1. Samuel E. Wat- 
son. Circ ®-1000 

Western Journal of Education— Monthly; Est. 
'95; L'4ii inxK); Sub. .^1.50. Whitaker & 
Ray C". Circ (g)-4500 

Western Outlook (Colored)— Saturday; Est. 
'94; 4p 18x24; Sub. $2.50. Western 
Outlook Pub. Co. Circ $-1460 

Wholesalers' and Retailers' Review— Month- 
ly; Liijuor: Est. 'S8; r,4-S0p 10X14; 
Sub. §2; J.B.Garland. Circ ;f-4112 

SANGER, 428; Fresno, 378G2; 14m E of Fresno on 
Porterville br. S. P. Ry. Lumber, wheat and decidu- 
ous fruits are the principal products of the town. Is 
a live stock shii)ping iioint. Express; Telegraph. 
Farmers' Bank of Fresno. 

Herald— Friday ; Ind;; Est. '89; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. 82. E.P.Dewey. Circ 3-400 

SAN JACINTO, 583: Riverside, 17897; 30m N of 
Riverside on San Jacinto div. S. C. Ry. A planing mill, 
box factory and brick yards here. Grows grapes and 
produces large quantities of wine. Express; Tele- 
graph. State Bank. 

Reerister- Thursday ; Rep ; Est.'84;8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81.50. M. Z. Remsburgh. Circ S-1350 

SAN JOSE,* 23500; Santa Clara, 62100; 48m SE of 
San Francisco, centre five lines Southern Pacific Ry. 
Is in .Santa Clara valley, a famous fruit and wine pro- 
ducing region. Cultivates large quantities of prunes. 
Has John Z. Anderson Fruit Co., Earl Fruit Co., Gol- 
den Gate Packing Co., J.H.Flickinger Co., fruit packers ; 
San Jose Fruit Packing Co., Dried Fruit Co., Agricu- 
ltural Works and Woolen Mills Co. Is seat of State 
Chronic Insane Asvlum, State Normal School and R. 
Catholic College of Notre Dame. Yal. 816,874,949. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. St. James Hotel. 

California iffCrnian)— Saturday; Ind; Est. '78; 
.sji l,s <24; Sub. 82.50. Albert Currlin. 
Circ t-1800 

Fanciers' Monthly— Monthly ; Poultry and Pet 
stock: Est. '85: 32p 8X10; Sub. 75c. 
Charles R. Harker. Circ 5-2500 

Herald— Evening; Dem; Est. '66; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 85. Chas. M. Shortridge. Circ ®-9400 

Herald— Sunday ; Dem: Est. '66; 12p 17X23; 

Chas. M. Shortridge. Circ 

Mercury— Morning; Rep; Est. '57; 8p 17x22; 

Sub. 86. Mercury Pub. Co. Circ (f -5750 

Mercury— Sunday; Rep; Est. '69; 16-20p 

17x22: Sub. .S— . Mercury Pub. Co. Circ. f -6000 
Mercury— Saturday : Rep : Est. '53 : 8p 19X 22 ; 

Sub. 81. Mercury Ful). Co. Circ ®-7000 

Tree and Vine — Monthly ; Agricultural; 

Est. '84; 32p 9X12; Sub. $1. W. G. Bo- 

hannan. Circ (3)- 2000 



SAN LEANDRO, 2253; Alameda, 130,197; 8m S of 
Oakland on ( oast div. S. P. Ry. ; on bay of San Fran- 
cisco, with steamers and sailing vessels. Manufactures 
agricultural implements and is trade centre for horti- 
cultural section. Has largest cannery in the state, also 
large fruit evaporator. Connected by electric road with 
Oakland, Berkeley, San Lorenzo and other imjiortant 
places. Seat of St. Mary's Convent and Girl's Protect- 
ory. Yal. $1,000,600. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
San Leandro. Estudillo House. 

Reporter— Friday; Rep: Est. '78; 4p 18x24; 

Sul). 82.50. Daniel McCarthy. Circ 5-700 

Standard— Friday; Local ; Est.'92 ; 4p 16x24; 

Sub. 82.50. Weston P. Truesdell. Circ... .:g,-648 

SAN LUCAS, 349: Monterey. 19380: 60m S of Salinas 
on Viaduit Line Southern Pacific Ry. An agricul- 
tural and cattle raising town, with three machine shojjs ; 
has a large grain trade. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank, Salinas. 

Herald— Thursday ; Ind: Est. '87; 4p 16x24; 

Sub. .si. 50. .\. H.Harris. Circ 3-192 

SAN LUIS OBISPO*, 3021; San Luis Obispo, 16637 ; 
250m S of San Francisco on Southern Pacific, terminus 
Pacific Coast Ry. Is trade centre for farming section 
of 3000 sq. miles, with 40000 pop. and an annual trade 
of ,85,000,000. Is favorite winter resort. Val. 83,500,- 
000. Express; Telegraph. Commercial Bank. Cosmo- 
politan Hotel. 

Breeze— Evening; Dem; Est. '94; 4p 18x22; 

Sub. 86. Breeze Pub. Co. Circ '2)-450 

Breeze— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. '97; 

8p 15x22; Sub. $1.50. Breeze Pub. Co. 

Circ 1-1500 

Reasoner— Monthly ; Philosophical; Est. '92; 

8p 9x12; Sub. 81.50. Jacob K. Tuley. 

Circ 

Tribune— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '83; 4p 
15x22; Sub. §5. Tribune Printing Co. 
Circ ®-875 

Tribune— Friday: Rep; p:st. '68; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 82. Tribune Printing Co. Circ 4-1225 

SAN MATEO, 1832; San Mateo. 12094; 21m SE of 
San Francisco on Coast div. S. P. Ry. and San Francisco 
bay. In fruit, wine and grain producing district. Has 
dairy interests and tans leather. A local trade centre 
for farming region. Express ; Telegraph. San Mateo 
Bank. Hotel Mateo. 

Leader— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 24x36; 

Sub. 82. R. H. Jury. Circ (i-750 

SAN MIGUEL, 458; San Luis Obispo. 16637; 40m N 
of San Luis Obispo on Coast div. S. P. Ry. Is a milling 
town and summer resort. Express ; Telegraph. 

Messenger— Tuesday ; Ind ; Est. '86 ; 4p 13 X 20 ; 

Sub. 81.50. S. F. Woodruff. Circ Cf-SOO 

SAN PEDRO, 1787: Los Angeles. 170,298: 25m S of 
Los Angeles on terminal of S. P. and San Pedro, Los 
Angeles and S. Lake Rys. Is farming and fruit rais- 
ing town, cultivating semi-tropical fruits. Lumber and 
Fishing principal industries. A commercial centre for 
immediate district. Yal. §435,334. Exiiress; Tel- 
egraph. Bank of San Pedro. Hotel Metropole. 

Times— Saturdav; Ind ; Est. '90; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. 81.50. E.B.Scott. Circ (g)-1263 

SAN RAFAEL*, 3879; Marin, 15072; 15m N of San 
Francisco on San Pablo Straits. North Shore Ry. and 
California Northwestern Ry. Is in a farming and 
grazing region. Dairv products, l^opular summer re- 
sort. Yal. 83,000,000. Express; Telegraph. A. P. 
Hotaling & Co., Bankers. Hotel Rafael. 

Journal — Thursday ; Rep; Est. '61; 8p 
15X22; Sub. 82.50. S. H. & C. C. Olmsted. 
Circ ®-74cO 

Tocsin— Saturday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '79; 4p 
18x24; Sub'. §2.50. Jas. H. Wilkins. 
Circ S-718 

SANTA ANA*, 4933; Orange, 19696; 35m SE of Los 
Angeles <>n Southern California div. A., T. & S. F., 
terminus Santa Ana br. So. P. and .Santa & Newport Uys. 
Has J. M. Griffith Co., lumber; Newport AVharf& Lum- 
ber Co., Arizona Sandstone Co., C. F;. Grouard, brick; 
Joseph Young and George Young, wineries ; and minor 
interests. Is farming and fruit growing trade centre 
for surrounding region with 10000 poj). Is the chief 
orange and lemon growing city in the state. 3Iotor road 
to Orange. Yal. 82,400,000'. Express; Telegraph 
First Nat. Bank. The Brunswick House. 



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Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Arling- 



Blade— Evening; Rep; Est. '87; 4p 18x24; I 

Sub. .S4.,->0. H. McPliee & Co. Circ f-lOOO 

Blade- Kridav: Rep; Est. '87; 4p 20x20; Sub. 

si. 50. h: Mcl'hee & Co. Circ ©-650 

Herald— Wednesday and Saturday; Rep: Est. 
'7(;;8p 15x22; Sub. fl.50. Linn L. Shaw. 
Cire ®-936 

Standard— Saturday; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 

•_'n >•..'(•.; Sub. .*!. R.H.Norton. Circ (S)-1160 

SANTA BAEBARA*, C587; SanU Barl)ara, 18934; 
lioni W (il Liis .Viigeles on Southern Pacilic Ry. Has 
tine harbor on racitic coast, with daily steamer service 
north and south. ^Manufactures Mexican hand carved 
leather goods. Exports olive oil, English walnuts, 
■citrus fruits and Lima beans. Has St. Vincent's Insti- 
tute for Girls. Has Hot Sulphur Springs and Veronica 
Medicinal Springs, with many visitors. Val. .53,372,- 
255. ~ " ----- 

ton Hotel. 

Herald— Fiidav; Dem; Est. '85; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .?1.50. G.G. Childers. Circ ®-638 

Independent— Evening; Dem; Est. '83; 4p 

IS . 24; Sub. §0. Independent Pub. Co. 

( ire J)-1050 

Independent— Saturday; Dem; Est. '78; 4p 

17x24; Sub. $2. Independent Pub. Co. 

Circ (J)-985 

News— Morning ex Mon; Ind-Rep; Est.'95 ; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .§6. P^rank Sands. Circ (g)-76,8 

Press— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $8. Press Pub. & Printing ! 

Co. Circ ®-1328 

Press— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '67; 8p 15x22; ' 

Sub. $2. Press Pub. & Printing Co. Circ.®-1250 ] 

SANTA CLARA, 3650; Santa Clara, 60210; 3m NW 
of San Jose on Southern I'acific Ry. Has tannery, 
largest green fruit i)acking house in the world, 
Pacific Manufacturing Co., California Cured Fruit As- 
sociation of California. Seat of the Santa Clara College 
(R. Catholic). A local trade centre and shipping point. 
Val. §1.440,000. Express; Telegraph. Santa Clara 
Valley Bank. Valley Hotel. 

Journal— Wednesdav and Saturday; Rep; Est. 
'79; 4p 18x24; Sub. fl.50. N. H. Down- 
ing. Circ (J)-500 

News— Tuesday ; Ind-Rep; Est.'OO; 4pl8x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. A.C.Gage. Circ (D-425 

SANTA CRUZ*, 5659; Santa Cruz, 21512; 80m S of 
San Francisco, terminus Santa Cruz line and Santa 
Cruz div. S. P. Ry.; on Pacific Coast, with passenger 
and freight connections with San Francisco and other 
Pacific Coast ports. Has California Powder Works 
and manufacturers of leather, boxes, lumber, soap, 
glue and other products. Is farming and manufactur- 
ing trade centre for surrounding region. Is famous 
summer and winter resort. Val. $3,379,260. Express ; 
Telegraph. People's Bank. Sea Beach Hotel. 
Sentinel— Morning and Evening; Rep; Est. 
'84; 4p 20x26; Sub. .fS. MePherson & 

AValdron. Circ f-lOOO 

Sentinel — Saturday ; Rep; Est. '55; lOp 
20x26; Sub. $1.50. MePherson & Wald- 

ron. Circ (35-600 

Surf— Evening; Ind; Est. '83 ; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

.S5. Surf Pub. Co. Circ (3;-1100 

Surf —Thursday ; Ind; Est. '75; 8p 12x18; 

Sub..S2. Surf Pub. Co. Circ <S'-990 

SANTA MARIA, 1475; Santa Barbara, 18934; 28m 
SE of San lAiis Obis])0 on Pacific Coast Ry. Grows 
fruit and is in a dairy, live stock, oil and grain section. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of Santa Maria. Hart 
House. 
Graphic— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '89; 4p 24X36; 

Sub. .S2. W. E. Miscall. Circ (1-864 

Times— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '82; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. $2. Lewis & Ebel. Circ ®-Q00 

■SANTA MONICA, 3057; Los Angeles, 170,298; 21m 
W of Los Angeles, terminus Santa Monica br. S. P. Ry. 
Is farming trade centre and popular summer and win- 
ter resort, with several fine hotels. Has electrics to 
Los Angeles. Val. .12,000,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Santa Monica. Hotel Arcadia. 
Outlook— Evening; Rep; Est. '96; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. .S5. D.G.Holt. Circ ®-400 



Outlook— Friday ; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .S2. D.G.Holt. Circ '3)-800 

SANTA PAULA, 3583: Ventura, 14367; 65m NW of 
Los Angeles on Santa Barbara br. S. P. Ry. Is in 
centre of jjetroleum region and has offices and storage 
tanks of Union Oil Co. of California, Limoneira Fruit 
Co.'s lemon orchards. Enterprise Machine Shops, 
Walnut Growers' Association Warehouse and Fidelity 
Machine W^orks. emjiloying 350 people. Is farming 
trade centre for Santa Clara A'alley. Near Santa Paula 
Sulphur Si)rings, with many summer visitors. Express ; 
Telegrai)h. First Nat. Bank. The Petrolia Hotel. 

Chronicle— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '87; 6p 

IC.  22; Sub. .s2. A.B.Lucas. Circ (3-720 

SANTA ROSA*, 6673 ; Sonoma, 38480 ; 50m N of San 
Francisco on San Francisco & North Pacific, terminus 
Southern Pacific and Sebastopol br. S. F. & N. P. Rys. 
Has immense fruit canneries and fruit drying establish- 
ments, Reincon Heights Olive Oil orchards and works. 
Has twenty wineries and ten distilleries, and three 
large tanneries, Santa Rosa Brewing & Cold Storage 
Co., woolen mill; F. J. Yandle & Son, and A. Schelling 
machine shoi>s; and minor interests, employing 200 
people. Is farming and manufacturing trade centre 
for surrounding region with 25000 people. Seat of 
Pacific Methodist College. Val. $3,790,000. Exi)ress; 
Telegrajih. Santa Rosa Nat. Bank. Grand Hotel. 
Press-Democrat— Morning ex Mon; Dem; 
Est. '75; Sp 13x20; Sub. $5. Press-Dem- 
ocrat Pub. Co. Circ ®-1150 

Press-Democrat— Wednesday and Saturday; 
Dem; Est. '57; 4p 20x28; Sub. $1.50. 
Press-Democrat Pub. Co. Circ 3-3285 

Republican— Evening; Rep; Est. '79; 4p 
20X26; Sub. $5. Allen B. Lemmon. 
Circ (I)-1320 

Repuhlican— Monday and Thursday; Rep; 
Est. '75; 4p 20X26; Sub. $1.50. Allen 
B. Lemmon. Circ @-2340 

Sonoma County Farmer— Friday: Agricul.; 
Est. '92; 4p 20x26; Sub. $1. E. D. 
Sweetser. Circ 2-954 

SANTA YNEZ, 211; Santa Barbara, 18934; 45m NW 
of Santa Barbara; nearest railroad point, Los Olivos. 
The growing of fruit and cereals is the chief industry. 
Express ; Telegrai)li. Commercial Bank. 

Areus— Thursday; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. $2. De Witt Hul)bell. Circ @-275 

SAUSALITO, 1628 ; Marin, 15702 ; 6m N of San Fran- 
cisco on North Pacific Coast Ry., with ferry boat con- 
nections with San Francisco. Has dairying, farming 
and grazing interests. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank, San Francisco. Central House. 

News— Saturday; Rep; Est. '85; 4p 12x24; 

Sub. .S2.5(). ' J. H. Pryor. Circ 3 -800 

SEBASTOPOL, 1200; Sonoma, 38480; 7m SW of Santa 
Rosa, terminus Sebastopol br. of California North- 
western Ry. Produces a variety of fruits and has can- 
ning and packing houses and wineries. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Bank of Sebastojiol. 

Standard-Thursday; Est. '97; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. , SI. 50. Williams & Gill. Circ ®-200 

Times— Wednesday and Saturday; Ind; Est. 
'89; 4p 18x24; Sub. $1.50.'^ J. P. Mc- 
Donell. Circ (f-1200 

SELMA, 1083 ; Fresno, 37862 ; 15m SE of Fresno City 
on Southern Pacific Ry. Industries : Flour and plan- 
ing mills, farming implement factory, raisin, wine and 
fruit packing establishments. Is trade centre for fertile 
fruit raising and agricultural section. Express ; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank of Selma. Haupth Hotel. 

Enterprise— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '86; 8p 

13x20; Sub. $1.50. Jno. AV. Aikin. Circ..(3;-600 

Irrigator— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '86; 8p 

13x20; Sub.$l. 50. J. J. Vanderburgh. Circ.®-500 

SHASTA, 1191; Shasta. 17318; 7m W of Redding, 
nearest railroad point. Here are gold and silver mines 
and a few manufacturing concerns. Is supply point 
for mining district. Ex]iress; Telegraph. Bank of 
Shasta County, Redding. Empire Hotel. 
Courier— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '52; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. .S4. W.L.Carter. Circ ®-540 

SIERRAVILLE, 350 ; Sierra, 4017 ; 26m N of Truckee, 
nearest railroad point. A lumber and agricultural 
town. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Truckee. 



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Record-Saturdav; Ind; Est. "96; 4p 18x24=; 

Sub. $2.50. ^Vill R. Sharkey. Circ f -580 

SISSON, 556; Siskiyou, 160r,2: 4.5m S of Yreka on 
Southern Pacific Ry. Has lumber interests. Express ; 
Telegraph. Siskiyou County Bank, Yreka. Hotel 
Sisson. 
Mirror— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '96; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .■J2. S.H. Hill. Circ ®-490 

SONOMA, 652; Sonoma, 38480; 40m N of San Fran- 
cisco on San Francisco & North Pacific Ry. Here 
are coal deposits and basalt quarries. Is wine making, 
grajie and fruitgrowing town and local trade centre. 
Express; Telegraph. Sonoma Valley Bank. Union 
Hotel. 
Index-Tribune-Saturday; Ind; Est. '79; 4p 

18x24; Sub. $2.50. H. H. Granice. Circ.®-928 

SONORA*, 1922 : Tuolumne, 11166 : 60m E of Stockton, 
on line of Sierra Ry. of California. Oldest gold mines in 
the state here. Has good fruit and lumber trade. The 
leading industries are i>laning mills, sash, door, pickle 
and cider factories, foundry and machine shops; has 
slate, soapstone and marble quarries. Is mining centre 
and sup]ily point for community. Val. $921,455. Ex- 
press ;Telegraiih. Victoria Hotel. 
Independent— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '72; 4p ', 

18x24; Sub. $1.50. J. C. Duchow & A. D. I 

Duchow. Circ rj-SSO 

Mother Lode Banner— Friday ; Ind-Dem; Est. 
84; 4p l,s-.24; Sub. $2. Jones cV- Rich- 
ardson. Circ 3-1049 

Union-Democrat— Saturday ; Dem ; Est.'54; 4p 
18x24; Sub. $2. J. A. Van Harlingen & 
Co. Circ ®-680 i 

STANFORD UNIVERSITY, ; Santa Clara, 60216; 

14m NW of San .lose on Southern Pacific Co.'s Ry. 

Farming and fruit growing are the chief occupations. 

Seat of Leland Stanford, Jr. University. Express; 

Telegraph. Bank, Palo Alto. 
Palo Alto— t Evening;; Collegiate ; Est. '92; 
4p 11X16; Sub. $3. Leland Stanford, 
Jr. University. Circ (3:-700 

Sequoia— tBi-Mo; Collegiate; Est. '91; 28p 
8X10; Sub. .$2. Leland Stanford, Jr. Uni- 
versity. Circ ®-500 

STOCKTON*, 20799; San Joaquin, 35902; 96m E of 
San Francisco on Southern Pacific, Atchison, Topeka 
& Sante Fe Ry, Alameda & San Joaquin, 
Stockton & Copperopolis br. S. P. and Stockton & 
Tuolumne Rys. : at head of navigation on San Joaquin 
river, with 2500 tons of commerce daily on river and 
passenger and freight steamer connections with all the 
world. Has Sperry, Crown and Farmers' Union Milling 
companies, Aurora Flour Mills, Houser & Haines Mfg. 
Co.. farming im])lements : Holt Wheel Works, H. C. 
Shaw Plow Works, Stockton Woolen Mills, Globe and 
Stockton Iron Works, West & Sons, winery and dis- 
tillery, pottery, oil refinery, ))laning mills, carriage fac- 
tories, windmill and cooperage shojjs, and minor in- 
dustries. Annual i)roduct of all the industries, $15,- 
,000,000. Only city in the state using natural gas for 
light, fuel and power. Is trade centre for lower San 
Joaquin Valley. Has St. Mary's College, St. Agnes' 
Academy and St. Joseph's School, (all R. Catholic), 
State Insane Hospital and general offices. S. F. & S. 
J. and A. & S. J. Rys. Val. $10,808,505. Express; 
Telegraph. Farmers'" & Merchants' Bank. Yosemite 
House. 

Courier (Gennan)— Saturday ; Est. '98; 8p 
15X22; Sub. $2. Stockton Courier Pub. 
( o. Circ (j!-500 

Independent— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. 
'58: 8-12p 16x22; Sub. $6. J. L. Phelps 
& Co. Circ S-3120 

Independent— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '56; 16p 

16,-: 22; Sub. $2. J. L. Phelps & Co. Circ..iJ-2776 

Mail— Evening; Dem; Est.'80;8p 13x191-2: 

Sub. $5. The Stockton Mail Co. Circ ®-3800 

Mail — Saturday ; Dem; Est. '80; 20p 
13x19 1-2; Sub. $2. The Stockton Mail 
Co. Circ (3)-4000 

Pacific Editor— Monthly ; Est. '99; 24-32p 

6X 9 ; Sub. 50c. Stockton Ptg. Co f-lSOO 

Record— Evening; Ind- Rep; Est. '75: 8p 

15x22; Sub. $5. Record l*ub. Co. Circ..@-2784 

Record— Saturday; Ind-Rep; Est. '75; 12p 

15x22; Sub. $1. Record Pub. Co. Circ. ©-1890 



Report— Daily ; Ind; Est. '97; 4p 13X20; 

Sub. $10. Report Pub. Co. Circ 4-318 

SUISUN, 625; Solano, 24143; 49m NE of San Fran- 
cisco on Southern Pacific Ry. and slougli navigable for 
large ships. Is trade centre and shipping point for 
section. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Suisun. Suisun 
Hotel. 
Courier— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '94: 4p 20x26; 

Sub. $2. Tillman & Taylor. Circ S-550 

Republican— Friday ; Rep : Est. '55 ; 8pl3x20 ; 

Sub. s2. E. Dinkelspiel. Circ ....®-800 

SUMMERLAND, 500; Santa Barbara, 18934; 6ni Eof 
Santa Barl)ara on Southern Pacific Ry. Has oil and 
asphalt works. Express; Telegraph. Commercial Bank, 
Santa Barbara. 
Advance-Courier— Saturday ; Est. '95; 4p 

18x24; Sub. $1. W.H.Smith. Circ S-750 

SUSANVILLE*, 882; Lassen, 4511; 25m W of 
Hot Springs, nearest railroad point. Trade centre for 
important farming, fruit growing, dairy, creamery and 
stock raising section. Val. $489,131. Express ; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Lassen County. 
Advocate— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '65 ; 4p 18x24; 

Sul). s2. Hayden & McDiarmid. Circ 4 -675 

Mail— Thur.«dav ; Ind; Est. '86; 4p 24x36; 

Sub. S2 R. Tremain. Circ g -500 

SUTTER CREEK, 1750; Amador, 13500; 4m NW of 
Jackson; nearest railroad point, lone. Is trade centre 
for gold mining and agricultural region. Express ; 
Telegraph. American Exchange Hotel. 
Record— Thursday; Rep; Est. '92:4p 24x36; 

Sub. $2. Richard H. Dunn. Circ %-625 

TRACY, 500; San Joaquin, 35452; 20m SW of Stock 
ton on Niles-Livermore br. S. P. Ry. Has farming inter- 
ests. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Stockton. 

Press— Saturday : Ind; Est. '98: 4p 16x22; 

Sub. $1.50. D. J. Lowery. Circ 4-53S 

TRUCKEE, 1350; Nevada. 17789; 35m SW of Reno, 
Nev. on S. P. Ry. and Truckee river. Has good water 
power, box factories, jilaniug mills and several saw 
mills. Express; Telegraph. Bank. Sherritt House. 
Republican— Wednesdav and Saturdav ; Rep ; 
Est. '71; 4p 15x22; Sub. $5. F. M. Ruth- 
erford. Circ ®-650 

TULARE, 2216 ; Tulare, 18375 ; 251m SE of .San Fran- 
cisco on Southern Pacific and San Francisco & San 
Joaquin Valley Rys. Has fruit packing establishments 
and is trade centre for southern half of Tulare countv. 
Val. $432,000. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Tulare. 
Grand Hotel. 
Register— Evening; Ind-Rep; Est. '87; 4p 

15x22; Sub. $5. Pillsbury & Ellsworth. 

Circ 4;-400 

Register— Friday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '82; 4p 

20x26; Sub. $2. Pillsburv & Ellsworth. 

Circ i -800 

UKIAH*, 1850; Mendocino, 20465 : llOmNWof San 
Francisco, terminus San Francisco & North Pacific Ry. 
Grows fruit and hops and has lumbering, stock raising 
and farming interests. Here are flour mills and tan- 
neries. Is local trade centre and shii)ping point for 
manufacturing and agricultural district. Val. $838,- 
015. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Ukiah. Grand 
Hotel. 
Dispatch-Democrat— Friday; Dem; Est. '68; 

8p 15X22; Sub. $2. .50. J. B. Sanford. 

Circ j;-14:00 

Press and Saturday Night— Tuesday ; Ind; 

Est. "'.19, '24p '.1X12; Sub. .'^2. Broback i.^: 

:Mfllor. Circ 1-850 

1 Republican-Press— Friday; Rep; Est. '77; 8p 
13x20; Sub. $2.50. Pennington & White. 
I Circ @-1284 

UPLAND itwp), 600; San Bernardino, 27929; 20m W. 
of San Iti-rnardino on .Southern California'Ry., a fruit 
growing town. The shipment or fruit from here is 
larger than any other place in Southern California. 
Express; Telegraph. Commercial Bank, Upland. 

News-Fridav: Rep; Est. 1901; 4p 18X23: 

Sub. $1.50; E. L. Westland iS: Son. Circ... 3-6OO 



CALIFORNIA. 



53 



"VACAVILLE, 1220; Solano ; 24143 ; 30m W of Sacra- 
mento on Viu'aville & Clear Lake br. S. P. Ky. Is a 
fruit shijiiiing point and local trade centre for agricul- 
tural section. Val. $45'.), 543. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Vacaville. Vaca Valley Hotel. 
Reporter— Saturday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '83; 8p 

1 ."> \ •_'2 ; Sub. §2. Reporter ftib. Co. Circ. f -1448 
VALLEJO. 7'.h;5: Solano, 24143; 30m NE of San 
Krancisco on Southern Pacific Ry., junction Napa and 
Sacramento rivers; on lines of Southern Pacific steam- 
ers. Hatch Bros, steamers, Monticello, General Frisbee 
anil Piper, Aden & Co. 's steamer Sunol, connecting with 
San Francisco and all Pacific Coast jioints. Has .John 
Hellcrman, machine shop; I'ort Costa LumberCo., Min- 
ahan & Plageman, J. F. Dieninger and Chas. Wide- 
mann, brewers; (Seo. W. McNear, flour and planing 
mills, lumber yard, tanneries and brickyards. U. S. 
Navy Varil at Mare Island employs 1800 men, who 
live 'in Vallejo. Val. S3,000,000. Express; Telegraph. 
A^allejo Commercial Bank. Bernard Hotel. 

Chronicle— Evening; Rep; Est. 'G8; 4p 

17 1-2x23; Sub. $G. W. D. Pennycook. 

Circ (I)-850 

Chronicle— Friday ; Re^, ; Est. '67; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .^2. W. D. Pennycook. Circ ®-800 

News— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '95; 4p 

15X22; Sub. $6. H. F. Stahl. Circ @-700 

Times— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '75; 4p 

2;iX30; Sub. $6. GeorgeRoe. Circ @-500 

Times— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '70; 4p 24x35; 

Sub. S;2. GeorgeRoe. Circ (3)-700 

VENTURA*, 2470; Ventura, 14367; 85m NW of Los 
Angeles on Sunset Route S. P., terminus Ventura «& 
Ajai Valley Rys. Has good harbor on Santa Barbara 
channel, with semi-weekly jiassenger and freight 
steamer service to Pacific Coast ]iorts. Has California 
Asphaltum Co., Southern Pacific Milling Co., Union Oil 
Co., Aentura Fruit, Lumber and Oil compaiiies, and 
beet sugar factory with daily cajiacity of 2000 tons. 
Is trade centre for fruit, grain, oil and lima bean 
region. Is a summer and winter resort. Val. $1,579, - 
295. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Ventura. Hotel 
Rose. 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '83 ; 4p 20x26 ; 

Sub. S2. John McGonigle. Circ @-800 

Free Press-Friday ; Rep ; Est. '75 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sul). .'ril. Webster & Reese. Circ ®-1630 

Independent-Thursday; Rep: Est. '96; 8p 

IS V 24; Sub. 81. S.Goodman. Circ !3:-1500 

VISALIA*, 3085 ; Tulare, 18375 ; 62m SE of Stockton 
on Soutliern Pacific and Santa Fe Rys. ; 30m NE of 
Tulare Lake. In a mining, farming and stock raising 
region. Here are flour and planing mills, iron works 
and several factories. A trade center for immediate 
section. Val. $1,705,376. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
of Visalia. Palace Hotel. 

Delta— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '92; 4p 

19x22; Sub. $5. Alonzo Melville Doty. 

Circ @-780 

Delta— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '59; 8p 13x22; 

Sub. .«1.50. Alonzo Melville Doty. Circ..f3)-1570 

News— Friday; Ind; Est. '95;6pl8x24; Sub. 

sl.50. W. H. Gilstrap. Circ iD-900 

Times— Evening; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 16x23; 

Sub. .$5. Ben M. Maddox. Circ ®-738 

Times— Thursday; Dem; Est. '65; 4p 22x28; 

Sub. S2. Ben M. Maddox. Circ ®-1550 

WATSONVILLE, 3528; Santa Cruz, 21512; 20m SE 
of Santa Cruz on Coast div. S. P. Ry. and Pajaro river. 
Raises fruit and agricultural produce and is the largest 
apple ijroducing district in West. Has sugar beet fac- 
tory and is a local business centre. Val. .$1,200,000. 
Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bank of Watsonville. Hoffman 
House. 

Paiaronian— Thursday; Rep; Est. '68; 4p 

19.- 24; Sub. $2. W. R. Radcliflf. Circ. . .1-650 

Register — Morning ex Mon ; Dem ; Est. '93 ; 4p 

20x24; Sub. $5. C. W. Clough. Circ..i3,-1200 

Transcript— Friday; Dem; Est. '79; 8p 

18x24; Sub. .$1.50. C. W. Clough. Circ..!3!-840 

WEAVERVILLE*, (twp.) 968 ; Trinity, 4383 ; 43m NW 
of Redding, nearest railroad point. Stages to Redding. 
A gravel and quartz mining town and supply point for 
miners. Express ; Telegraph. C. W. Smith. Banker. 
Union Hotel. 
Journal— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '56; 4p 16x23; 

Sub. $3. Blake & Bremer. Circ (§)-635 



WHEATLAND, 501; Yuba, 8620; 39m N of Sacra- 
mento on I'ortland & San Francisco br. S. P. Ry. Is 
noted for its large hop yards and is local trade centre 
for farming and mining section. Express; Telegraph. 
Farmers' Bank. 
Four Corners— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 

ISXliO; Sub. $1.50. R. N. Murphy. Circ.|-560 

WHITTIER, 1590; Los Angeles, 170,298; 15m SE of 
Los Angeles on Santa Ana & Whittier brs. S. P. Ry. 
Agricultural and fruit raising town and local tracie 
centre. Has crude oil prcjductions. State Industrial 
Schools for Boys and Girls here. Val. $400,000. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Whittier Bank. Hotel Greenleaf. 

Register— Friday ; Ind ; Est. '92; 6p 18x24; 

Sub. $1.50. Whittier Pub. Co. Circ (3)-576 

WILLIAMS, 918; Colusa, 7364; 22m S of Willows 
and 122m NW of San Francisco on Southern Pacific 
Ry. An agricultural and fruit growing town. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Bank of Williams. Williams Hotel. 

Farmer— Saturday: Local; Est. '87; 8p 12x18; 

Sub.$2.50. S. H. Callen. Circ (S)-450 

WILLOW*, 1622; Glenn, 5150; 80m NW of Sacra- 
mento on San Francisco, Willows & Redding div. S. P. 
Ry., junction Westside & Mendocino Ry. Is an agri- 
cultural and fruit growing town and local trade centre. 
Val. $258,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Willow. 
Crawford House. 
Journal— Evening; Dem; Est. '87; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. $5. E. M. Sehorn. Circ .' @-554 

Journal — Tuesday and Fridav; Dem; Est. 

'77; 6-8p 13x22; Sub. $2.50. E M. 

Sehorn. Circ ®-875 

Promoter— Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; 

Ind-Dem; Est. '97; 4p 16x24; Sub. $3. 

Promoter Pub. Co. Circ... ®-500 

Review— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '90; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. $2. John A. Apperson. Circ (3)-524 

WINTERS, 785; Yolo, 13618; 77m NE of San Fran- 
cisco on Clear Lake br. S. P. Ry. Fruit growing and 
agriculture are the chief industries. Trade centre for 
nearby towns. Val. $277,755. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Winters. Angeles Hotel. 
Express-Friday; Rep; Est. '84; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. $2. Frank H. Owen. Circ ®-800 

WOODLAND*, 2886; Yolo, 13618; 20m NW of Sac- 
ramento on San Francisco line S. P. Ry. Has .Sierra 
and West Valley Lumber companies, '^ .Jos. Germes- 
hausen, brewer ; wineries, creameries, flour mill, fruit 
packing and canning and other interests. Is farm- 
ing, horticultural and stock raising trade centre for 
county. Val. $2,419,395. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
of Woodland. Byrus Hotel. 
Democrat— Evening ; Ind-Dem; Est. '77; 4p 

18x24; Sub. $5. Ed. E. Leake. Circ 3-750 

Democrat— Thursday ; Ind-Dem: Est. '59; 8p 

15> 22; Sub. $2.50. Ed. E. Leake. Circ.®-1200 

Home Alliance— Friday; Reform; Est. '91; 

8p 10x14; Sub. $1. Mrs. S. A. Huston. 

Circ ®-600 

Mail— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '81; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $5. AVm. F. Mixon. Circ-.J-OOO 

Mail— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; Est. '68; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $2.50. Wm. F. Mixon. Circ. 3 -1000 

YREKA*, 1263; Siskiyou, 16962; 300m N of Sacra- 
mento, terminus Yreka Ry. connected with Southern 
Pacific Ry. Has agricultural, mining, lumbering and 
stock raising interests and is trade centre for neigh- 
boring towns. Express; Telegraph. Siskiyou County 
Bank. Franco American Hotel. 

Journal— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; Est. '56; 

4p 26x40; Sub. $2.50. Robert Nixon. 

Circ 1)-1150 

News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '78; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $2. W". D. Crow. Circ @-800 

YUBA CITY*, 1200; Sutter, 5886; Im W of Marys- 
ville on .San Francisco & Oioville br. S. P. Ry. and 
Feather river. Manufactures farm implements and 
wagons and has large fruit trade, also a cannery, flouj 
mill and two packing houses. Express; Telegraph. 
Farmers' Co-operative Union, Bankers. Windsor Hotel. 
Farmer— Friday; Rep; Est. '81; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. $2. Sutter Pub. Co. Circ ®-1000 

Independent— Friday ; Dem; Est. '87; 8p 
13x20; Sub. $2. Independent Pub. Co. 
Circ ®-1000 



COLORADO. 



Capital, Denver. Settled at Conejos by Mexicans in 1840. Population, 539,700. Area, 103,969 sq. miles. 
Acres of farm land, 1,126,585; value of farm land, $;25, 109,223 ; annual value of farm products, $5,000,000. 
No state debt. Vote, 1900: Dem. 122733; Rep. 93,072; Pro. 3790; Social Dem. 685: Soc. Labor, 714:. 

Colorado is bounded on the north by Wyoming and Nebraska ; on the east by Nebraska and Kansas ; on the- 
south by Oklahoma and New Mexico and on the west by Utah. The "Silver state" is a princely domain of fertile 
fields, snow-covered mountains, rushing torrents, awful chasms, wild forests and highland parks. The eastern 
part is a vast plain, that by irrigation is being converted into fertile farms. The foothills are a series of long 
mountain ranges from 6500 to 8000 feet high enclosing many fertile valleys and fine grazing regions and rich 
in minerals and building materials. West of the foothills are the Rocky 'mountains, the Continental divide, 
with 40 peaks over 14000 feet and over 200 of 13000 feet. The highest mountain is Sierra Blanco (14463 feet) 
and other famous peaks are : Gray's Peak (14341 feet). Long's Peak (14271 feet) and Pike's Peak (14147 feet). 
Among the mountains are a number of parks or ancient lake basins. These run the whole length of the state, 
with an average width of 50 miles. The most noted are North, Middle, South and San Louis parks. The latter 
is the largest (9400 square miles) and South Park has the best scenery. The rivers of Colorado are precipitous 
mountain streams. Here rise the Platte, Arkansas, Rio Grande and Colorado. There are a large number of 
canons, some of which approach in size and grandeur the Grand Canon of the Colorado. There are a number of 
lakes of great altitudes. Great forests of white and yellow pine, hemlock and cedar are on the mountain sides,. 
up to 9000 feet. In this region there are many wild animals, including bears, wolves, panthers, wildcats, etc.^ 
and millions of prairie dogs on the plains. The state is noted for its dry, invigorating air and the region of the 
foothills is one great sanitarium for visitors of lung diseases. Agriculture in this state is an industry of recent 
growth, but is very promising. By means of irrigation over 3,000,000 acres are already cultivated and farm 
products are raised to the value of $12,000,000 a year. These include the cereals, hay, dairy products, honey, vegeta- 
bles, grapes, berries and hardy fruits. The state also has more than 5,000,000 apple trees. Good crops of peaches^ 
grapes and melons are raised. Alfalfa is crowding out wheat as the leading cereal crop. The state has nearly 
2,000,000 cattle and over 2,000,000 sheep. Minin» is the leading industry of Colorado and her gold and silver 
mines are among the richest in the world. Hundreds of millions have been taken out in gold and silver bul- 
lion, besides $50,000,000 worth of lead and .'$6,000,000 worth of copper ore; and one county has as much iron 
in its mountains as the whole state of Pennsylvania. There are 40000 square miles of coal fields, having 50 
mines and employing nearly 6000 men. The present annual output is nearly 3,000,000 tons. The state has also 
25 oil wells. Sandstone and marble in a variety of colors. Granite and gypsum are among the state's resources. 
Colorado has 56 counties and newspapers are published in them all. The principal cities and towns are : Denver^ 
Pueblo, Leadville, Colorado Springs, Aspen, Trinidad, Boulder, Georgetown, Salida and Fort Collins. 



AKRON*, 351 ; Washington, 1241 ; 112m NE of Den- 
ver on Burlington & Missouri River Ry. In cattle rais- 
ing section. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Akron. 

Leader— Friday ; Est. '97; 8p 17X24; Sub. 

,:<1.50. I). F. Poor. Circ ®-300 



Pioneer-Press— Friday ; 
18x24; Sub. $1.56. 



Rep; Est. '86; 4p 

H. G. Pickett. Circ...®-378 



ALAMOSA, 11-tl; Conejos, 8794; 130m SW of Pueblo, 
junctu)n Creede, Alamosa and Denver & Silverton brs. 
"D. & R. G. Ry. Here are silver and gold mines. A 
farming and stock raising town. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Alamosa. Victoria Hotel. 

Courier— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '89 :4p 20x26; 

Sub. .91.50. E.A.Newton. Circ ®-637 

Independent-Journal— Thursday; Rep; Est. 
'7»;; 4p 20x26; Sub. $1.50. Independent- 
Journal Pub. Co. Circ ®-600 

ALMA, 297; Park, 2998; 90m SW of Denver; nearest 
railroad point, London. Has rich gold, copjier and 
silver mines and smelting works, also cattle raising in- 
terests. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Alma. St. Nich- 
olas Hotel. 



Bulletin— Friday ; Pop; Est. '84; 4p 1' 
Sub. $3. A.M.Anderson. Circ 



X24; 



S-soo 



AMETHYST, 800; Mineral, 1913; Im S of Creede on 
Creede Itr. D. & R. G. Ry. Express: Telegraph. 
Tompkins' Bros. Bank. 

Miner— Wednesday ; Rep; Est.'95; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. .$2. L. F. Sweet. Circ 'f-400 

ANACONDA, 1059; Teller, 29002; 2m SE of Cripple 
Creek on Florence & Cripple Creek and Midland Ter- 
minal Kys. A mining town. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank, Cripple Creek. 

Assayer— Saturday ; Est. '96; 6p 13X20; Sub. 

.^1. Stewart & Nelson. Circ ®-300 



ANTONITO, 347; Conejos, 8794; 140m SW of Pueblo, 
on main line and terminus Santa Fe br. D. & R. G. Ry. 
Has flour mills and is local trade centre for agricultu- 
ral, cattle and sheep raising and mining district. VaL 
$8,606,700. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Alamosa. Pal- 
ace Hotel. 

Ledger— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '92; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. $1.50. J. D. Frazey. Circ 4:-40(> 

ASPEN*, 3303; Pitkin, 7020; 290m SW of Denver,, 
terminus Asi)cn br. I). iS: R. G. and Aspen br. C. M. 
Rys. Roaring Fork river furnishes ample water 
power. Has Smuggler (two), Mollie Gibson, Famous- 
Hunter Pass and Aspen Concentrating Co., gold, silverj 
copper and lead ore mills; Aspen and Moliie Gibsorh 
mines and 20 others, employing 2000 men, with 
monthly pav roll of .S130, 000. Is mining trade centre 
for Roaring"^ Fork Valley. Val. $903,950. Express^ 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Jerome. 

Times— Morning ex Mon; Pop; Est. '85; 8p 

18X22; Sub. $6. Aspen Times Pub. Co. 

Circ {i)-1875 

Times— Saturday ; Pop; Est. '81; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. $2. Aspen Times Pub. Co. Circ i3)-63» 

Tribune— Morning ex Mon; Poji; Est. '96; 

Sp 13X20; Sub. .$5. Price & McChesney. 

Circ ®-40O 

BASALT, 565 ; Eagle, 3008 ; 300m W of Denver, ter- 
minus Asj>en br. C. 'M. Ry. Is an agricultural and 
stock raising town and local trade centre. Express;. 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Aspen. 
Journal— Saturday; Dem; Est. '97; 6p 

1 7 1 -2 X 24 ; Sub. $2. Overbeck & AVarner. 

Circ 3>230' 

BERTHOTTD, 405; Larimer, 12168; 54m N of Denver 
on Colorado Southern Ry. Wheat and sugar. Raises 
cattle and farm produce'. Express; Telegrajih. Bank 
of Berthoud. 
Bulletin— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '90 ; 8p 15 x 24 ; 

Sub. $1.50. R. C. Hardesty. Circ ^-SOft 



COLORADO. 



55 



BESSEMEK, 3317; Pueblo, 34448 : (suburb of Pueb- 
1(1. Ini S). junction Denver & Rio Grande and Colorado 
A: Southern Kys. Has manufactories of steel rails and 
other iron and steel products and oil, also two large 
snieltino; plants. Val. .¥2,(;(;2,0'J4. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank, Pueblo. 

Indicator -Friday; Rep; Est.' 00; 8p 20x2(5; 

Sub. S^l. P.Byrnes. Cire fD-2000 

BOULDER*, f.loO; Boulder, 21544: 2!»m NW of Den- 
ver, junction Boulder brs. U. P. and C. & S. and C. & 
N. \V. Rys. Has milling and elevator and pressed 
brick companies and other industries. Is gold and 
silver mining, fruit raising, farming and stock raising 
trade centre for surrounding country. Health resort 
for summer tourists. Seat of State 'University. Val. 
S8,4()(),()U(). Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Colorado Hotel. 

Camera— Evening: Tnd-Dem; Est. '91; 4p 

1SX22; Sub. .^5. Boulder Pub. Co. Circ..f}-750 
Tribune (vveekly edition of Camera)— Friday ; 

Ind-Dem; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; Sub. «1. 

BouUier Pub. Co. Cire t'-lOSO 

Herald— Evening; Silver Rep; Est. '80; 4p 

15x22; Sub. .«(■>. Otto H. AVangelin. 

(Wed. edition is the weekly, 8p 15x22). 

Cire ®-400 

News— Thursday : Rep ; Est. '66; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .S2. Ricketts Kerr. Cire (J)-675 

Rocky Mountain Baptist— Thursday; Bap- 
tist; Est. '04; 12p 0X12; Sub. $1.25. Asa 
Whitten. Cire §i-1000 

Times— Tuesdav and Friday; Ind; Est. '97; 
8p 15x22 ; Sub..«1.25. Hornby & Maupin. 
Giro 3-1800 

BRECKENRIDGE*, (twp.) 076; Summit, 2744; ]00m 
SW of Denver on Colorado & Southern Ry. Has cattle 
raising and gold and silver mining interests. Exjiress ; 
Telegraph. Engle Bros. Exchange Bank. Denver Hotel. 

Journal— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '80: 8p 14x20; 

Sub. §2.50. O. K. Gaymon. Cire (g)-1393 

BRIGHTON, 366; Adams, 153,017; 19m NE of 
Denver on Union Pacific Ry. Is an agricultural and 
dairying town and trade centre for nearby villages. 
Val. §150,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Brighton. 

Register— Friday ; Rep; Est. '86; 4p 17X22; 

Sub. .^1. 50. Lee & Son. Cire 3-384 

BRUSH, 381; Morgan, 3268; 00m E of Denver on 
Burlington & Missouri River Ry. Agriculture and 
stock raising are the chief industries. Is trade centre 
for a greater portion of the county. Exi)ress ; Tele- 
graph. State Bank of Fort Morgan, Fort Morgan. 

Tribune— Friday ; Est. '96; 8p 13x20; Sub. 

si. Edw. H. Madison. Cire ®-540 

BUENA VISTA*, (twp.) 1800 ; Chaffee, 7085 ; 35m SE of 
Leadville on Colorado & Southern, Denver & Rio 
Grande and Colorado Midland Rys. Here are rich 
silver mines, smelting plants, seed fields and celebrated 
mineral springs. Is trade centre and supjily point for 
large farming and mining district. State Reformatory. 
Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Buena Vista. Princeton 
Inn. 

The Colorado Republic— Thursday; Rep; Est. 

'.S(t: lOp ix<24; Sub. §2. W. R. Logan 

Co. Ci.; ...'3-2600 

BURLINGTON*, 183; Kit Carson, 1580; 14.5m SE of 
Denver on Kansas City & Colorado Line br. R. T. & P. 
Ry. Has lumber trade, food and flour mills. F^xpress; 
Telegraph. Goodland City Bank, Goodland, Kansas. 

Republican— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '02 ; 4p 15x22 ; 

Sub. SI. F.N.King. Cire (3-205 

CANON CITY*, 3775; Fremont, 15636; 41m W of 
Pueblo on Denver & Rio Grande, Canon City & Cripple 
Creek, terminus Canon City br. A., T. & S. F. Rys. Has 
W, S. Reduction & Refining Co. and Empire Zinc Co., 
Smelters; Diamond Fire Brick Co., Canon Brick & Tile 
Co., Canon City Milling Co. and the D. E. Gibson, Camp- 
bell, and Biggs Lumber Comi)anies. Has electric power 
plant for Cripple Creek and Victor mines. Is trade centre 
for fruit growing and mining section. Seat of Bene- 
dictine Sisters' Academy and Colorado State Peniten- 
tiary. Has hot and cold Soda and Iron springs; is 
summer and winter health resort. Val. 87,000,000. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Strathmore 
Hotel. 



Clipper— Tuesday and Friday; Dem: Est. '88; 
Np 15x22; Sub. .'tii2. Fremont Pub. Co 
<'irc (3)-1020 

Record- Thursday ; Rep; Est. '75; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. .«2. Guy U.Hardy. Cire Cg)-2000 

Times— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 16X22; 

Sub. .$1. A. F. Terrill. Cire (D-980 

CARBONDALE, -±00; Garfield, 5835; 12m E of Glen- 
wood Springs on Denver & Rio Grande and Colorado 
Midland and Crystal River Rys. Coal mines and min- 
eral tributary. Raises cattle and farm produce. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Bank of Carbondale. 

Item— Thursday ; Est. '98; 8p 13X20; Sub..*2. 

<'harles Johnson. Cire (J)-538 

CASTLE ROCK*, 304; Douglas. 3120: 33m S of Den- 
ver on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Colorado & South- 
ern and Denver & Rio Grande Rys. Has extensive stone 
quarries and is local trade centre for agricultural re- 
gion, live stock and dairy. Exi>ress; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank, Denver. City Hotel. 

Journal— Friday ; Silver Rep; Est. '80; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $2. H.C.Wood. Cire ®-49G 

Record— Thursday; Rep; Est. '95; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .$1.50. W. .J. Whittier. Cire (f-SOO 

CENTRAL CITY*, 3114;Gilpm, 6690; 40m NW of 
Denver, terminus Black Hawk & Central City br. Colo- 
rado i& Southern Ry. Here are rich gold mines, mill- 
ing and sampling works. Is trade centre and supply 
point for mining jiopulation. Val. §1,500,000. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Rocky Mountjiin Nat. Bank. Teller 
House. 

Miner— Friday; Dem; Est. '98; 8p 16X22; 

Sub. .«1.5(). .J. D. & H. C. Hurd. Cire ®-730 

Observer —Thursday; Ind; Est. '87; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .«2. F. J. Altvater. Cire (3)-760 

Register-Call— Friday; Rep; Est. '61; 8p 

15x22; Sub. §2.50. G. M. Laird Cire.. . .(J)-900 

CHEYENNE WELLS*, 298 ; Cheyenne, 501 : 175m E of 
Denver on Union Pacific Ry. div. terminus of Union 
Pacific Ry. Is a stock raising and farming country. 
Express ; Telegraph. Cheyenne County Bank. 

Republican— Friday ; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 
15 A 22; .Sub. §1. Cheyenne Wells Pub. 
Co. Cire 3-750 

COLORADO CITY, 2914; El Paso, 31602; 3m NW of 
Colorado S])riiigs on Colorado Midland, D. & R. G. and 
Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Rys. Val. 
§800.000. Express; Telegraph. Citz. State Bank, 
Colorado Springs. Hotel Hoffman. 

Argus— Saturday ; Ind; Est. 1900; 4-8p 
20X26; Sub. §1.50. Chase & Snider. 
Cire (1-400 

Iris— Saturday; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. §1 . W. P. Epperson & Co. Cire (i)-500 

COLORADO SPRINGS*, 21085; El Paso, 31602; 75m 
S of Denver on Denver & Rio Grande, Colorado & South- 
ern, Santii Fe, Rock Island and Missouri Pacific, ter- 
minus Colorado Midland and Colora do Springs and Crip- 
ple Creek District Rys. Is a health resort for victims of 
lung trouble, with several large hotels, numerous cot- 
tages, boarding houses and bathing establishments and a 
summer po])ulation of 40000. Is headquarters for the 
most important mining district in the state, including 
Cripple Creek, Victor, Goldfield, Altmin, Anaconda, 
Elkton, Gillette, Independence. Lawrence and inter- 
vening settlements, with 30000 mining population and 
producing more gold than the rest of the state, and a 
total production of nearly §30,000,000 annually. Trol- 
ley to Colorado City, Manitou, Broadmoor, Cheyenne, 
West Colorado Springs. Is seat of Colorado College. St. 
Francis (R. Catholic) Hos])ital and Childs-Drexel Print- 
ers' Home. Val. §21,879,200. Exi)ress; Telegraph. 
El Paso County Bank. The Antlers Hotel. 

Colorado Tourist and Hotel Reporter— Satur- 
day; Ind; Est. 95; 4p 10X26; Sub. §2. 
H.'.Ierome Toy. Cire .3-2000 

Democrat— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 
16x22; Sub. §1.50. T. B. & Nellie E. 
Pyles. Cire (J-438 

Facts— Saturday ; Est. '96; 32p 10x12; Sub. 

§1. S. N. Francis & Co. Cire (f)-2600 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTOEY AND GAZETTEER. 



Garden of the Gods-Monthly; Est. 1902; 

lOOp (> 1-2X10; Sub. $1. Western Pub. 

Co. Circ S-8000 

Gazette— Morn in.u; and Sunday; Rep; Est. 

'7'J: 10-121) IS ■21 ]-4: Sub. $7. Colorado 

Sjirinf^s Gazette Pub. Co. Circ (D-9341 

Gazette— Thursday; Rep; Est. '72; 12p 
1SX21 l-rt: .Sub. .§1. Colorado Springs 
Gazette Pub. Co. Circ X-2319 

Labor News— Friday: Org. Lab.; Est. '90; 8p 

!."> 22; Sub. SI. R.M. BarndoUar. Circ... (1-1500 

Mining Investor— Monday ; Mining; Est. '94; 

2(i-4Si) S 1-2X11: Sub. S4. Sachs ^t 

Tarliell. Circ 1-2520 

Mining Record— Evening ; Mining; Est. '89; 

4-Sp 18X22; Sub. So. The Reinert Pub. 

Co. Circ (D-5000 

MiningRecord— Saturday; Mining; Est. '89; 

]o-JCip 18X22; Sub. S2. The Reinhert 

I'ul). Co. Circ @-8000 

Press— Saturday; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. E. C. F. Whitaker. Circ (J)-2600 

Sun— Saturday; Rep; Est. '97; 4p 17x24; 

.Sub. S1.5(>. Antlers Pub. Co. Circ (g'-1500 

Telegraph— Evening and Sunday; Ind; Est. 
\S7: 10-12p 17x24; Sub. ¥7. Consoli- 
dated Pub. Co. Circ 1-8844 

Telegraph— Friday; Ind; Est. '77; 8-12pl7x 

24: .Sub. SI. Consolidated Pub. Co. Circ..(l)-3771 

The Rocky Mt. Elk-Monthly; B. P. O. E.; 
Est. '()2; 14-18p 9 1-2X12 1-2: Sub. $1. 
The Prompt Pub. Co. Circ 1-1150 

Tiger— + Wednesday ; Collegiate; Est. '99; 
12-lGp9X12; Sub. SI. 25. Colorado Col- 
lege. Circ ^-450 

COMO, -107 : Park, 2998 ; 88m SW of Denver on Denver, 
Colorado ct Southern Rv. Is a railroad town and mining 
district. Val. §128,000. Kxpress; Telegraph. Bank 
of Alma. .4,lma. 

Record— Thursdav ; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. $2. W. Ballinger. Circ :4;i-256 

CORTEZ*) 126 ; Montezuma, 3058 ; 12m SW of Dolores, 
nearest railroad, express and telegraph point. In an 
extensive irrigated farming section, (iuillet Bros., 
Bankers. 
Journal— Tuesday; Rep; Est. '88; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. $2. C.A.Day. Circ ®-500 

CRAIG, 397 ; Routt, 3661 ; 95m N of Rifle on D. & R. 
O. and Colorado Midland Rys. ]Searest railroad, ex- 
press and telegraph connection at Rifle. Bank of 
Craig. 
Courier— Friday ; Ind; Est. '91 ; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. $2. Courier Co. Circ S-500 

CREEDE* (1'. O. Amethyst.) 938; Mineral, 1913 : 35m 
NW of Del Norte, terminus Creede br. I). & R. G. Ry. 
A mining town. Express ; Telegrajih. Miners' Bank. 

Candle— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. i2. Geo. C. WUder. Circ 'i.)-850 

CRESTED BUTTE, 988: Gunnison. 5331: 2Sm N of 
(Uuiuisou on (rested Butte br. D. & K. G. Ky. Has 
rich silver, gold and coal mines, also coke ovens. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of Crested Butte. Elk 
Mountain Hotel. 

Elk Mountain Pilot-Tuesday; Rep; Est. '81; 

4]) 1 r, • 22 ; Sub. S2. W. & M. D.3cker. Circ.1-500 

CRIPPLE CREEK, 10147; Teller, 30000: 45m SW of 
Colorailo Sprnigs, teriniu'is Floren:'e & Cripple Creek 
Midland Termin il ami Colorado Sjirings iSr Crijiple 
Creek Rys. Is trade centre for tlie Cripple Creek 
gold miii nLT district, one of the riclicst in the world, 
employing 7000 men. with monthly i)ay roll of S500,- 
000. 'Trolley to Altman, In lepende'nce, Goldfleld and 
Victor. Has summer visinors. Exi>ress; Telegraph 
Bimetallic Bank. National Hotel. 

Gold— Saturdav ; Mming: Est. 1900; 24-32p 
9X12; SulS. $2.50. B. R. Addinbrooke. 
Circ 3-1800 

Press— Morning ex Mondav; Deni. ; Labor; 
Est. ';iU:8-12p: Sub. S (S : Press Printing 
& Pub. Co. Circ (1-1500 

Star— Evening; Ind : Est. '98 : 8p 15X22 ; Sub. 

$(•>. P. H. Knoulton. Circ f-3600 



Star— Saturday ; Ind; Est.'98; 8p 18x24; Sub. 

$2.50. P. "H.Knowlton. Circ |^-120O 

Times — Morning ex Mon; Ind; Est. '91; 
8-lGp 20X24; Sub. $7.80. Times Pub. 
Co. Circ 1-4068 

Times (weekly edition of Times) — Thurs- 
dav: Ind; 'Est. '— ; 4p 18X24; Sub.$1.50. 
Times Pub. Co. Circ 1-2382 

DEBEQUE, 314; Mesa, 92G7; 300m W of Denver on 
Denver & Itio (irande and Colorado Midland Rys. 
Has deposits of coal, gas and oil. and raises fruit a'nd 
cattle. Is trade centre for surrounding towns. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank of Debeque. 

Bugle— Saturdav ; Ind-Dem: Est. '98; 4p 

15X22; .Sub. $1.50. Bugle Pub. Co. Circ.l)-800 

DEL NORTE*, 705; Rio Grande, 4080; 30m NW of 
.Vlamosa on Rio Grande River and Creede br. D. & R. 
G. Ry. Has grist mills, creamery and brewery, mining 
and farming interests and is base of supi)lie's for San 
Juan niinina; region. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Del ^'orte. Windsor Hotel. 

Eagle— Weekly; Ind; Est. 1900; IGp 11x15; 

Sub. $1 ; W.H. Cochran. Circ 5-1450 

Prospector— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '74; 8p 
20X26; Sub. $2. Pro.spector Pub. Co. 
Circ 1-860 

DELTA*, 819; Delta, 5487; 85m W of Gunnison on 
main line D. & R. G. Ry. Junction of North Fork 
branch of I). iS: R. G. Ry. Has canning factory and 
creameries. Trade centre for fruit growing and' agri- 
cultural section. Exjiress; Telegraph. Farmers' and 
Merchants' Bank. 

Independent— Friday; Rep; Est. '83; 8p 

16x22; Sub. $1.50. R. D. Blair. Circ 3-960 

Laborer— Friday ; Progress; Ind-Dem; Est. 
'88: 4p 15x20. Sub. $2. H. D. Hopkins. 
Circ (1-950 

DENVER*, (state cai)ital), 133,859; Arapahoe, 153,- 
017 ; '.I22m W of St. Louis, junction Burlington, Rock 
Island, Santa Fe, Denver & Rio Grande, Colorado & 
Southern, Denver, Leadville .X; Gunnison and Union 
Pacific Rys. Here are : The Omaha & Grant Smelting 
works, the largest in the world ; Boston & Colorado 
Smelting Co.,(ilobe and Philadelphia Smelting & Refin- 
ing Companies, Continental Oil Co., Colorado Milling & 
Elevator Co., Colorado Packing & Provision Co., Argo 
Brick Co., Denver United Breweries and manufactures 
of cotton, paper, lumber, flour, mining machinery, chem- 
icals and mall liquors, with combined capital of $9,780,- 
000, employ ing 1818 people and iiroducing $7,435,000 
annually ; smelting, with 1400 employees,$l,500,000 in- 
vested and producing $18,044,665 annually, heads a list 
of 103 imiiortant industries, valued at $43,451,705 and 
employing H)679 iieoi)le, with monthly pay roll of 
$915,^98. Denver is the headquarters for the mining 
imterests of the state and trade centre for a mining, 
agricultural and manufacturing region, reaching from 
the Missouri river to the California line with 1,800,- 
000 poji. and an annual trade of $150,000,000. Has a 
branch of the United States Mint, 15 religious schools, 
21 colleges, academies and asylums, six hospitals and 
sanitarium and home for cons"um]itives. Denver's ])ure 
air and invigorating climate makes it a great resort for 
victims of lung trouble. Denver is noted for the rapid- 
ity of its growth, for its sjilendid public and business 
buildings, and miles of hard, level streets, lined with 
palatial stone residences. Val. $71, 785,500. Exjiress; 
Telegrai)h. First Nat. Bank. The Brown Palace Hotel. 

Ag'l and Live Stock Herald— ^lonthly; Est. 

SS; 81) 13X2(»: Sub. 5(iL-. 1*. E. Crabtree. 

Circ ®-4035 

A. 0. U. W. Record— Monthly ; Fraternal ; Est. 

'87; 8p 11x15; Sub. 50c. Pierce Pub. Co. 

Circ... 1-8200 

Colorado Herold-Daily: Ind; Est. 1902: 4p 

17X22; Sub. $6. Harl)urg & Co. Circ. ..3-4680 

Colorado Herold Saturday ; Ind; Est.' 72; 
121) 17X22; Sub. $2. Harburg & Co. 
Circ fl-11000 

Commercial Tribune— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. 
'83; 28p 11X14; Sub. $2. Commercial 
Pub. Co. Circ 1-5400 

Colorado-Odd Fellow Semi-monthly ; Frater- 
nal; Est. ■'.>•"); 8p 10X15; Sub. $1.50.. J. 
M. Norinaii. Circ '....13-1200 



COLORADO. 



57 



Colorado-Vorwarts ((Terman)— Friday ; Haru- 

Kin-i; Kst. ".>•>; 8p 15X22; Sub. $1.50. L. 

1'. BisoholT. Circ f -2560 

Critique— ^Ii'iitlily; Medical; r;st. ".>5 ; OOp 

(IX '.I; Sub. SI. Denver Journal Tub. Co. 

Circ ®-1012 

Denver Record-Stockman— Afternoon ; Live 

.stock; Est. '77; 4p 17X21; Sub. $3. 

Kecord-Stocknwn Tuh. Co. Circ (^-8000 

East End Echo-Friday: Kep;; Est. ".)6; 4p 

1.-. K :.'•_'■. Sul). 81. AV. S. Wager. Circ @-1200 

Elyria Journal— Saturday: Rep; Est. ".»1; 8p 
1.".  L':.'; Sub. .81. E. J. Miller. (Printsan 
edition under the heading; Globeville 
News.) Comb. Circ ®-800 

Examiner— Saturdav; Ind; Est. "JO; 4p 

L'l ».■.!.'(;; Sub. .82. .1. M. Loniery. Circ. ..®-1816 

Eye— Saturdav ; Rep; Est. '8G; 4p 22x28; 

Sub. 81. "L. N. Zalinger. Circ ®-3000 

Facts— Saturdav; Ind; Est. '95; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. 81. ReedPub.Co. Circ ®-9820 

Field and Farm— Saturday ; Agricultural; 
Kst. '72; ir.p 11X15; Sub. .$2. Lute Wil- 
cox. Circ (J)-15000 

Forsyth's Chips-Thursday; Est. 1900. The 

Denver Printing Co. Circ 3-1166 

Fraternal Union — Monthly ; American In- 

suranc-f Publication; Est. '90; 8pl4X22; 

Sub. 50c. Fraiernal Union of America. 

Circ ff -25000 

George's Weekly— Saturday ; Ind-Silver; Est. 

■.S4;8p 17X24; Sub. §1. Road Pub. Co. I 

( ire : ®-1500 ] 

Highland Chief— Saturday; Ind-Rep; Est. '89; 

sp llxlO; Sub.Sl. E.H.Snyder. Circ..iS)-1390 
Hotel Bulletin-Daily; Est. '90; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. 85. Hotel Bulletin Pub. Co. Circ. ..®-1642 

Illustrated Weekly— Wednesday; Family; j 

Est. '90; 8p 17X24; Sub. $1. Calhouii 
Pub. Co. Circ i2:-25000 

Industrial Advocate— Friday; Labor; Est. 

"'.i::; 4|i IC.  22; Sub. 81. Chas. F. Chase. 

(ire ®-1218 

Insurance Report— Monthly ; Est. '97; 24p 

loxi:!; Sub. 83. (larrett Brown. Circ 

Irrigation Era-Monthly ; Est. '87 ; 36p 9X 12 ; 

Sub. 81. Irrigation Era Pub. Co. Circ...®-4500 
Junior Order— Si-mo; Jr. O. U. A. M; Est. 

"97 ; Kip 0X9; Sub. $1. Junior Order Pub. 

( (>. (ire S)-1220 

Legal Adviser-Weekly; Est. '97; 56p 6X9; 

Sub. s(;. .Alills Pub. Co. Circ 

Live Stock Record— Evening; Est. '91; 4p 

17X24; Sul). 82. Record Pub. Co. Circ. .$-2635 

Medical Times-Monthly; Est.'82; 54p7X10; 

Suli. 82. Denver Medical Pub. Co. Circ..®-2018 

Mining Reporter— Thursday ; Trade ; Est. '73 ; 
52pyxi2; Sub. 83. Industrial Printing 
and Pub Co. Circ I)-4206 

Mining World-Tuesday; Est.'90; 8p 11X15; 

Sub. 50c. World Ptg. Co. Circ ®-11519 

Motor Field— Monthlv : Automobile and Cy- 
cling; Est. '92; 36p 7 1-2X9 1-4; Sub. .$1. 
<;. A. Wablegren. Circ .. .(1-2500 

National Standard— Saturday; G. A.R; Est. 
'97: 8p 13X20; Sub. 81. National Stand- 
ard Pub. Co. Circ 

Ores and Metals— Monthly ; Mining; Est. '91; 
S2p 11X15; Sub. 82. P. A. Leonard, 
(in- 3 -3500 

Outdoor Life— Monthly ; Out door recreation ; 
Est. '97; 116p 5 '1-8X7 7-8; Sub. fl. 
McGuire & Ricker. Circ ©-35000 

Pacific Woodman— Monthly ; Fraternal; Est. 
'90: 8p 15X22 ; Sub. 50c. The Head Camp 
Pacitic .Jurisdiction Woodmen of the 
World. Circ (2;-85000 

Tost — Evening; Ind; Est. '93; 12-lOp 
17 3-4x22; Sub. 87.80. Post Printing & 
Publishing Co. Circ L-32171 

Tost (Sunday edition of Post) — Sunday; 
Ind; Est." '98; 32p 17 3-4x22; Sub. .82. 
Post Printing & Publishing Co. Circ. . . i -38782 



Pythian Triangle— Monthly ; K. of P; Est. 
'91 :8p 11X15; Sub. $1. Robt. A. Plunkett. 
Circ {I;-750 

Railroad Red Book-Monthly ; Est. '74; 104p 

0X8: Sul). 50c. Carson- Harper Co. Circ. 3:-10000 

Republican— Morning; Rep; Est. '79; 12-40p 
19-,24; Sub. .89. Republican Pub. Co. 
Circ -. a-27552 

Republican— Sunday ; Rep; Est. '— 30)) 
19x24; Sub. $2.50. Republican Pub. Co. 
Circ 1-29394 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '79; 12p 
19 a 24; Sub. 81. Republican Pub. Co. 
Circ (S-SOSO 

Rocky Mountain Druggist— Monthly ; Drugs ; 
Est. '88; 54p 9X12; Sub. 50c. Rockj- 
Mountain Druggist Pub. Co. Circ 3-2712 

Rocky Mountain Herald— Saturday ; Rep; 
Kst. '(10; 8p 15X22; Sub. 50c. Halsey 
M. Rhoades. Circ @-1500 

Rocky Mountain News— Morning ; Ind; Est. 
'59; lOp 18x23; Sub. .f9. R. C. Camp- 
bell. Circ (I)-29292 

Rocky Mountain News— Sunday; Ind; Est. 
'59; 32-30p 18x23; Sub. $2.50. R. C. 
Campbell. Circ (1-47528 

Rocky Mountain News— Thursday ; Ind; Est. 
'5!i; 12p ]8>23; Sub. 81. R. C. Camp- 
bell. Circ S-6000 

Rocky Mountain Official Railway Guide- 
Monthly; Est. '92; 112p GX 9; Sub. 50c. 
OfficiarGuide Co. Circ @-5000 

Rocky Mountain Sentinel— Saturday; Non- 
])artisau: Est. '87; 8]) 17x24; Sub. $1. 
Herbert Sirall. Circ (3)-1200 

Rocky Mountain World— Saturday ; Ind ; Est. 

'81; 8p 15x22; Sub. $1. Halsey M. 

Rhoads. Circ ®-1800 

Roma (Italian)— Saturday; Ind; Est.'—; 4p 

2nx2G; Sub. 82. Pietro Albi. Circ ®-500 

Square and Compass— Monthly ; Freemasons; 

Est. '92; 32p 7X10; Sub. $1. Lawrence N. 

Greenleaf . Circ 3-1550 

Standard— Sunday; Single Tax; Est '92; 8p 

13x20; Sub. $1. Charles N. Monaghan. 

Circ. '. J)-1538 

Svenska-Amerikuska Western (Swedish)— 
Thursday; Lil)eral; Est. '88; 12p 18x24; 
81.50. Swedish I'rinting Co. Circ (3)-9300 

Times— Evening; Rep; Est. '71; 10-14p 

17 x24; Sub. 87.80. R. C. Campbell. Circ. 3-26652 

Western Grocer, Butcher and Clerk— Month- 
ly : Kst.l'.ioo: 10). 10X14; Sub. 81. George 
V. Richards and W. S. Keller. Circ. ^-1500 

DOLORES, 108; Montezuma, 3052; 60m SW of Dur- 
ango on Rio Grande Southern Ry. Has flour, saw mills 
and coal mines and is a trade "centre for Montezuma 
Valley, southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah. 
Val. $250,000. Express; Telegraph. Jno. J. Harris 
& Co., Bankers. 

Star— Friday; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. 82. Joe H. DeWitt. Circ S-476 

DURANGO*, 3317; La Plata, 7010; 360m from Den- 
ver, terminus main line and Silverton br. D. & R. G. 
and R. G. S. Rys. Am. Smelting & Refining Co., Porter 
Fuel Co., San Juan Coal Mining Co., Cham))ion Coal 
Co. and Gold King Con. Coal Mining Co. with annual 
output of 700,000 tons; Durango Iron Works, two 
flour mills, ice plant and the Smelter Brewery. Is 
trade centre for large farming, fruit, stock raising and 
mining section. Val. $3,900,000. Express ; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Strater House. 

Democrat— Morning; Dem; Est. '97: 4p 

18X24; Sub. $6. D.F.Day. Circ (3)-1700 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem; Est. '93; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. 81.50. D.F.Day. Circ ®-847 

Herald— Evening; Rep; Est. '86; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. $0. Herald Printing Co. Circ S-816 

Herald— Monday and Thursday; Rep; Est. 
'79; 4p 15x22; Sub. $1.50. Herald Print- 
ing Co. Circ ®-600 

Wage Earner— Thursday ; Pop; 4p 17x24; 

.Sub. 81. O. S. Galbreath. Circ ®-800 



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EADS. 80; Kiowa, 700; 110m E of Pueblo on Missouri 
I'acitii- Ky. Stock raising country, f^xpress. Tele- 
graph. Citizens' Bank. 
Press— Gilbert Summersett. 

EATON, 384; Weld, 16808; on Union Pacific Ry. 
In a larming section. Beet sugar factory. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Eaton. 

Herald-Friday; Ind; Est. '94; 12p 13xM0: 

Sub. SI. 50. H.E.Hogue. Circ (|-1100 

ELBERT, 778; Elbert, 3101; 52m SE of Denver on 
('i)l(irailo & .Southern Ry. In a cattle raising, daii-y 
and agricultural district. Express ; Telegraph. Elbert 
County Bank, Elbert. 

Tribune— Thursday; Rep; Est. '84; 8p 

I.'. <22; Sub. .SI. 50. J.E.Pope. Circ...(f-600 

ELDORA, 395; Boulder, 21544; 22m of Boulder, 

nearest railroad, express and telegraph point, by stage. 
First Nat. Bank, Boulder. 

Miner— Saturday; Rep; Est. '97; 4-8p 

1.". 3-4x22; Sub. $2. Eldora Pub. Co. Circ. 1-540 

ELIZABETH, 487 ; Elbert, 3101 ; 39m SE of Denver 
on L'niou I'acific, Denver & Gulf Ry. Raises oats, corn, 
rye, potatoes and cattle, dairy products. Express; 
Telegrai)h. Farmers' Bank, Elizabeth. 

Banner— Friday ; Local ; Est. '88; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1.50. F.P.Murray. Circ ^-400 

EVA.NS, 389 ; Weld, 16803 ; 4m S of Greeley on Union 
Pacific Ry. A farming and stock raising town. Ex- 
]>ress; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Greeley. Perkins 
House. 

Courier— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '70; 6p 18x24; 

Sub. .§1.50. C. C. Huffsmith. Circ ®-550 

FAIR PLAY*, 310; Park, 2998; 100m SW of Denver 
on Denver, Leadville & Gunnison Ry. Is cattle and 
slieej) raising and mining town. Trade centre for Park 
county. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Fa irp lay. 

Flume— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '79; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. «!2. D. H. Tobey. Circ ®-500 

FLORENCE, (twp.) 6128; Fremont, 16850; 150m S of 
Denver on Denver & Rio Grande, Florence & Cripjtle 
Creek and Canon City br. A.,T. & S. F. Rys. Has Flor- 
ence Oil Refining and Oil Well Supplies Mfg. companies, 
R. AV. English Lumber Co., United Oil Co. and other in- 
dustries. Large Portland Cement Plant. Over 250,000 
bbls. jietroleuin are annually refined here and 500 tons 
Cripple Creek gold ore are reduced daily. Is mining 
trade centre for Fremont and adjoining counties. 
Has Florence & Canon City Electric Ry. Val. $350,- 
000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Florence. 

Citizen— Thursday; Rep; Est. '02: 4p 22X36; 

Sul>. .SI. C. ri. Bissell. Circ A -175 

Citizen— Tuesday, Thursdav and Saturday; 
Rep; E.st. '98; 4-8p 22X36; Sub. .S3. C. H. 
Bissell. Circ @-600 

Refiner— Tuesday and Friday ; Rep ; Est. '87 ; 

4p 17X24; Sub. 82. J.A.Moore. Circ....(i)-700 



Tribune— Evening; Ind; Est. "96; 4-6p 
1 5 ,.: 22 ; Sub. S4. The Tribune Printing & 
I'uli. Co. Circ i^. 



973 



FORT COLLINS*, 4000; Larimer, 1.5000; 74m N of 
Denver on main line, terminus Greeley and Stout l>rs. 
C. & S. Ry. Poudre river furnishes water jtower for 
Lindell Flouring mills, Hoffman mills,wagon and bicycle 
factories and packing houses. Trade centre for lum- 
bering and stock raising pojjulation of I'oudre and Big 
Thompson Valleys. Greatest lamb feeding point in the 
west. Seat of State Agricultural College. Health 
resort lor consumjitives. Val . Si. 000, 000. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Tedmon House. 

Argus — Wednesday; Dem; Est. '95; 8p 
16x22; Sub. $1.50. Coleman & Ogden. 
Circ (f-1000 

Co orado Christian— Weekly ; Religious ; Est. 

'Ol ; 4p (; 3-4X10. W. J. Lockhart. Circ..(3)-500 
Courier— Thursdav; Rep; Est. '78; lOp 

15x22; Sub. $1.50. Courier Pub. Co. 

Circ C3 -1500 

Express- Wednesday ; Rep ; Est. '73; 10-12p 
16x22; Sub. $2. Russell & Shephard. 
t^'irc (D-1796 



FORT LTJPTON, 214; Weld, 16808; 26m N of Denver 
on Union Pacific Ry. Raises fruit and market garden 
produce. Cheese and condensed milk factories, cream- 
eries, canning factory and feed mill. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank. 

Advertiser— Friday ; Ind : Est. '97 ; 4p 

13x20; Sub. $1. Geo. E. Swan. Circ 3-450 

The Fort Lupton Spirit- Weekly ; Sub. $1.50. 

F. S. Falkenburg. Circ 3-300 

FORT MORGAN*, 634; Morgan, 3268; 76m NE of 
Denver on Burlington & Missouri Ry. In farming and 

f razing section. Express ; Telegraph. State Bank ot 
ort Morgan. 

Herald— Friday; Pop; Est. '89; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. $1.50. James Flanningen. Circ ®-450 

Times— Friday ; Rep: Est. '84: 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. James A. Ide. Circ 2-980 

FOWLER, 681; Otero, 11522; 34m SE of I'ueblo on 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Chiefly a farming 
town. Express; Telegraph. Bank, RockyFord. 

Tribune— Fridav: "97: 4p 15X22; Sub. 75c. 

W . .1. McDoiiald. Circ i-540 

FRUITA, 126; Mesa, 9267; 10m NW of Grand Junc- 
tion on Rio Grande Western Ry. Has stock raising 
fruit and sugar growing. Chief" interest agriculture. 
Express; Telegraph. Mesa County State Bank. 

Mail— Saturday ; Pop; Est. '93; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. N.C.Wagner. Circ f-460 

GEORGETOWN*, 1418 ; Clear Creek, 7082 ; 50m W of 
Denver on the Loo]i line of IT. P., D. & G. Ry. Nearby 
are rich deposits of zinc, gold, silver, lead and other 
minerals. Here are several quartz mills and concentra- 
tors, [s a trade centre and supi)ly point for mining- 
poimlation. Val. $1,442,218. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Georgetown. Hotel de Paris. 

Courier — Saturday; Mining; Est. '78; 4p 

17x24; Sub. $1.50. J.S.Randall. Circ. 2 -1841 

GILLETT, 524; Teller, 29002 ; 4m NE of Cripple Creek 
on Midland Terminal Ry. 45 miles by rail from Color- 
ado Springs. Express; Telegraph. Gillett Hotel. 

Forum— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '95 ; 4p 15 x 22 ; 

Sub. $2. James Parfet. Circ '2-800 

GLENWOOD SPRINGS*, 1750; Garfield. .-.835; 60iu. 
NW of Leadville on Denver & Rio (irande and Colo- 
rado Midland Rys. Hot Springs make the town a healtli 
resort for invalids. Has cattle raising, farming and 
fruitgrowing interests, also rich deposits of coal and 
iron ore. Is the base of sup])lies for Grand River 
Valley. Express; Telegrajih. First Nat. Bank. Col- 
orado Hotel. 

Avalanche— Evening; Ind; Est. '91; 4p 

l.'i 22; Sub. $6. H. J. Holmes. Circ {3)-300' 

Avalanche Echo 'weeklv edition of Avalanche) 
—Thursday; Ind; Est. '85; 4p 20x26; Sub. 
$2. H.J.Holmes. Circ J-1000 

Post— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $2. A.J.Dickson. Circ (D-960 

GOLDEN*, 3152; Jefferson. 9306; 16m W of Denver 
on the Loop Line of the Colorado A: Southern Ry. and 
is terminus of Denver, Lakewood & Golden Rys. also- 
a division on the Colorado & Southern Ry. Its chief 
industries : Pottery, drain pipe and 'l)rick man- 
ufactories, smelting works, brewery and flouring mills. 
State Reform School and Colorado School of Mines 
situated here. Val. $2,000, OO'J. Exi)ress ; Telegraph. 
Woods, Wilson & Rubey, Bankers. Babcock House. 

Globe— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '72 ; 4p 26x40; 

Sub. S2. O. W. Garrison. Circ :3-150O' 

Transcript— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '66; 8p 

14  2(1; Sub. $2. (ieo. West. Circ 3-624 

GOLDFIELD, 2191; Teller, 30000; on Florence & 
Cripple Creek Ry., the Colorado Midland terminal and 
Colorado .Springs & Cripple Creek Ry. Has mining 
and milling industries. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Goldfi-^ld. 

Times— Thursdav; Ind; Est. '95; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. $2. Charles T. Bugh. Circ f2 -960 

GRANADA, 204; I'rowers, 3766; 17m E of Lamar on 
Atchisiin, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Farming and cat- 
tle raising country. Great cantaloupe and sugar beet 
centre. Express;" Telegraph. Bank. 
Times— Thursdav; Ind; Est. '98; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. $1.50. D. H. Dickason. Circ ifj-520i 



COLOIiADO. 



SO- 



GRAND JUNCTION*, 8503 ; Mesa, 0207 ; 375m W of 
Denver, tcnniiuis Denver & Rio (Grande, Rio Grande 
Western and Colorado Midland Rys. Has Grand Junc- 
tion Milling & Elevator Co., Western I'laning Mill Co., 
heet sugar factory with a capacity of 350 tons, and 
only tire proof sugar factory in the U. S.; and other 
interests. Is fanning, fruit and cattle rasing town. 
Trade centre lor surrounding region. Val. $397,000. 
Exjiress; Telegraph. Mesa County State Bank. Bruns- 
wiek Hotel. 

Grand Valley Sun— Friday; Ind; Est. '9G; 4p 
15x22; Sub. $1.50. Grand Junction 
Printing Co. Circ (D-850 

News— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '82: 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §2. Price & Newton. Circ D-IOOO 

Sentinel— Evening; Ind: Est. '!>3; -tp 13x20; 

Sub. .S5. Lee & Bunting. Circ ®-550 

Sentinel— Saturday ; Ind: Est. '9-1; 8]) 13x20; 

Sub. .si. 50. Lee & Bunting. Circ (3j-680 

The Evening Sun— Evening; Ind; Est. '83; 4p 

15X22; Sub. .t;0. Wm. G. Connely. Circ..i,3y-650 

GRANITE, 250; CliafTee, 7085; 20m S of Lead- 
ville on Denver & Rio Grande and Colorado Midland 
Rys. Express ; Telegraph. 
Mining Journal— Monday ; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 

18 ■■^i; Sub. .$2. Ben H. Pelton. Circ 3-640 

GREELEY*, 3023; Weld, 10808; 52m N of Denver on 
I'nion I'acific, Union Pacific, Colorado & Southern Rys. 
Industries : Farming and stock raising ; annual value of 
l)roduct .f 2,000.000. Is trade centre for northern part 
of county. Seat o I State Normal School. Val. .?!l,200.- 
000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Oasis 
Hotel. 

Republican— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 
15X22; Sub. $1.50. Republican Pub. Co. 
Circ (J)-800 

Sun— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. . SI. J. B. Fatten. Circ ®-650 

Tribune— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '70; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .^2. Greeley Tribune Pub. Co. Circ. 4,-2000 

GTJFFEY, 300; Park, 2998; 13m of Freshwater, 

nearest railroad point. Is a mining town and trade 
centre for nearby towns. Express; Telegraph, Fresh- 
water. Bank. Cripple Creek. 

Prospector— Thursday ; Local; Est. '97; 4p 
17x24; Sub. $2.50. A. M. Anderson. 
Circ ®-325 

GUNNISON*, 1200; Gunnison. 5331; 170m W of 
I'ueblo, Terminus Crested Butte br. D. & R. G. and termi- 
nus Gunnison & Baldwin br. C. & S. Rys. Has de- 
posits of iron, manganese, coal, gold and silver and is 
engaged in agriculture and the raising of live stock. Is 
trade centre for the entire county. Val. .¥746,000. 
Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. La Veta Hotel. 

News Champion— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '80; 4p 

15 22; Sub. $2. Henry F. Lake, Jr. CircCg-^SO 

Tribune— Friday ; Rep; Est. '80; 4-8p 15x22; 

Sub. $2. C.E.Adams. Circ ...3-930 

HOLLY, 304; Prowers, 3700 ; 70m E of La Junta on 
Atchinson, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. In farming dis- 
trict. Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, La Junta. 

Chief tain— Friday ; Ind; Est. '97; 8p 11x18; 

Sub. .-^l. 50. H. W. Milford. Circ ®-300 

HOLYOKE*, i51; Phillips, 1583; 48m E of Sterling 
on Burlington & Missouri Ry. passenger and freight 
division. An agricultural and stock raising country. 
Exjiress; Telegraph. Bank of Holyoke. 
Herald— Friday; Rep; Est. '87; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .SI. 50. J. H. Painter. Circ ®-390 

HOOPER, -lOl : Costilla, 4032 ; 100m S of Denver on 
Denver & Rio Grande Ry. Has flour mills and is local 
trade centre for agricultural and mining section. Ex- 
jiress ; Telegraph. Costilla County BauK. 

Press— Friday ; Est. '95; 4p 11x10; Sub. 

si. .50. E.D.Lane. Circ ®-525 

Tribune— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '91; 8p 13x20; 

.Sub. $1.50. Tribune Pub. Co. Circ (t;-400 

HQTCHKISS, 833 ; Delta, 5487 ; 25m E of Delta, nearest 
railroad and telegraph point. Fruit and stock raising, 
immense coal and oil fields. Express. Bank of North 
Fork. 

Times— Thursday ; Ind: Est. '97; Op 24x36; 

Sub. $2. Clinton H. Martin. Circ @-870 



HUGO*, 200; Lincoln, 920; 105m SE of Denver on 
Union Pacific Ry. Is shipping jioint for cattle and 
slieej) raising district. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank, Denver. 

Ledger— Wednesday ; Live stock; Ind; Est. 
'89; 4p 20x20; Sub.$1.50. Clarence M. 
Miles. Circ g)-704 

IDAHO SPRINGS, 2502; Clear Creek, 7082; 37m W 
of Denver on the Loo]) line of C. & S. Ry. Has 
gold and silver mines, also hot soda springs ; is a 
health and jdeasure resort. Val. $4,350,000. Express ; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Beebee Hotel. 

Gazette— Thursday ;Dem; Est. '80;10p 13X20; 
Sul). $2. The Clear Creek County Pub. & 
Ptg. Co. Circ 5-l80a 

News— Friday; Ind; Est. '83; 4p 10x22; 

Sub. $2.50. M. J. Bowen. Circ ®-54a 

IDALIA, 603; Arapahoe, 153.017; 30m S of Wray, 
nearest railroad jioint. Cattle and sheej) raising and 
agriculture are tlie jirincipal industries. Trade cen- 
tre for agricultural section. Express and Telegraphy 
Wray. Commercial Bank. 

Republican— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '92; 4p 

15,- 22; Sub. $1. Fritz Beck. Circ 3)-15(> 

JULESBURG*, 371; Sedgwick, 971; 25m N of Hol- 
j'oke, junction Union Pacific and Denver br. Union 
Pacific Ry. In farming and cattle raising district. Ex- 
press ; Telegrajih. Citizens' Bank. 

Grit Advocate — Friday ; Rep ; Est. '93 ; 8p 

15x22; .Sub. $1. G.M.Braxton. Circ. .. 3 -50a 

LAFAYETTE, 1192; Boulder, 21544; 8m E of Boulder 
on Burlington & Missouri River, Union Pacific and 
Denver & Gulf Rys. Raises live stock and farm pro- 
duce. Has coal mines. Trade centre and shipping 
point. Express; Telegraph. Bank, LaFayette. 

News— Friday; Est.'98; 8p 13X20; Sub. $1. 

C. L. Bowman. Circ ®-490 

LA JARA, 455; Conejos, 8794; 10m SW of Alamosa 
on Denver & Rio Grande Ry. Has turquoise and gold 
mines, stock raising and agricultural -interests. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank of Alamosa, Alamosa. 

Chronicle— Friday ; Ind-Dem; Est. 1900; 4p 

18X24; Sub. $1. M.J.Collins. Circ 3;-480 

LA JUNTA* , 1 "^00 ; Otero , 1 7 5 00 ; 1 8 5m SE of Den ver on 
Western div. and terminus three divisions A., T. & S. 
F. Ry . Here are the .Santa Fe car and rejiair shops with 
monthly pay roll^of $100,000. Is trade centre and ship- 
ping point for the Arkansas Valley, with farming and 
sheep raising jioiiulation of 10000 "and annual trade of 
$2,500,000. Has Santa Fe Riiilroad Hospital. Val.f7,- 
300,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. A., 
T. and S. F. R. R. Hotel. 

Democrat— Evening; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 
11x16; Sub. $4. Marion R. McCauIey. 
Circ D-275 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 
17x24; Sub. $1.50. Marion R.McCauley. 
Circ i)-815 

Tribune— Wednesday and Saturday; Rep; 
Est. '79; 4-8p 15X22; Sub. $1.50. Fred 
B. Mason. Circ S-700 

LAKE CITY*, 1000 ; Hinsdale, 1609 ; 35m NE of Silver- 
ton, terminus Lake City br. D. & R. G. Ry. Here are 
gold, silver, copper and lead mines. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Miners' & Merchants' Bank. Pueblo House. 

Phonograph— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '89; 4p 

17 ^s 24 ; Sub. $2.50. John LTglow. Circ. . . .$-550 

Times— Thursday ; Rep : Est. '91;4p 18x24; 

Sub. $2.50. W.C.Blair. Circ 3;-500 

LAMAR, 987; Prowers, 3766; 116m E of Pueblo 
on Atchison, Tojteka & Santa Fe Ry. Has milling 
and elevator company, creamery and seed house. Local 
trade centre for agricultural territory. Val. $130,873. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Union Hotel. 
Register— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '80 ;8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1.50. G.B.Merrill. Circ ®-525 

Sparks— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '87 ;6p 18x24; 

Sub. $1.50. J. T. Lawless. Circ (3)-720 

LAS ANIMAS*, 1192; Bent. 3049; 80m E of Pueblo 
on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Raises cattle, 
sheep, sugar and melons. A health resort. Express; 
Telegraph. Bent County Bank. Gardner House. 



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Democrat— Thursday; Dem; Est. '86; 4p 

17x24; Sub. $1.50. G.B.Wick. Circ (J)-45U 

Leader— Friday ; Rep ; Kst. '73; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. $2. ifno. A. Murphy. Circ 4;-G72 

LA VETA, 2.54; Huesfano, 83'.t5; IGm SW of Walsen- 
burj;- on Alamosa br. D. & R. G. Ry. In a mining, cattle 
rallying and farming section. A summer resort. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Walsen's Banking Co., Walsenburg. 

Advertiser— Saturday ; Ind; Est. ".)4; 4p 

17x24; Sub. $1. O.E.Turner. Circ (J)-375 

LEADVILLE*, :245.">; Lake, 18054: 152m SW of 
Denver on Denver & Rio Grande, Colorado Midland, 
terminus Colorado & Southern and Blue River 
br. I). & R. G. Rys. Leadville has .§300,000,000 in- 
vested in mining and .S3, 500, 000 in smelting and 
^mjiloys OSOO men with monthly i)ay roll of !*330,000. 
The values of the metals i)roduced in Lake County of 
which Leadville controls the mining centre, in 1897. 
were : Gold .§2,063,858, silver $3,251,710, copper $330,- 
414 and lead .§801,090. The leading concerns are : The 
American, Arkansas Valley, Bimetallic and Monaith 
Smelting companies and Chicago & Aurora Smelting 
and Retining Co., Eugleback Machinery Mfg. Co. and 
Union Coal & Coke Co. Is mining, farming and graz- 
ing trade centre for the region from the Continental 
Divide to the Utah border. Val. $1,801,270. Exi>ress ; 
Telegrajdi. American Nat. Bank. Fifth Avenue Hotel. 

Chronicle— Evening; Ind-Rep; Est. '79; 4]) 
17a 22; Sub. $6. Leadville Pub. and 
Printing Co. Circ 3 -2000 

Carbonate Chronicle (weekly edition of 
Chronicle;— Monday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '79; 
8p 17x24; Sub. $2. Leadville Pub. and 
Printing Co. Circ 3 -2500 

Herald-Democrat— Mornmg; Ind-Rep; Est. 
■79; sp 17 • 22; .Sub. $9. LeadvUlePub. 
and Printing Co. Circ 3-4498 

Herald-Democrat— Sunday; Ind-Rep; Est. 
'80; Si) 17 ^22; Sub. .$— . Leadville Pub. 
and Printing Co. Circ 3-5000 

Miner— Evening: Dem; Est. '97; 4-6p 15X22; 

Sub. $(■). Miner Pub. Co. Circ 

Western Miner (weekly edition of Miner)— 
.Saturday; Dem; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; Sub. 
$2. Miner Pub. Co. Circ 

News-Dispatch and Reporter— Evening ex 

.Sat: Dem; Est. '95: 8p 15x22; Sub. $7.20. 
Allied Trades I'rinting & Pub. Co. .Circ. ..{|)-2000 

News-Dispatch and Reporter— Sunday ; Dem ; 
Est. '95; 8-12p 15X22; Sub. $2. Allied 
Trades Printing & Pub. Co. Circ 1-2500 

LITTLETON, (twp.) 738 ; Arapahoe. 153,017; 11m S 
o! Denver on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe and Denver 
ct Rio Grande Rys. An agricultural town. Val. $143,- 
705. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Littleton. 

Independent— Friday; Ind; Est. "88; 4p 
17 ■24; Sub. §1.50. Clarence O. Finch. 
Circ (3)-500 

LONGMONT, 2201 : Boulder, 21544; 38m N of Denver 
on Cnion Pacitic, Burlington and Denver & Gulf Rys. 
Has Enipson Packing Co., canned peas; three flour- 
ing mills and two oil wells. Is a resort for {'onsumptives. 
Exjiress; Telegrajih. Val. $593,320. Farmers' Nat. 
Bank. Imjierial Hotel. 

Call— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '99; 8p 15X22; 

Suli. $1 . Geo. W. Johnson. Circ ig-1000 

Ledger— Friday ; Rep; Est. '79; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. $1.50. Ledger Pub. Co. Circ (g;-600 

Times— Evening; Ind; Est. '94; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. $3. E. Francis Beckwith. Circ ®-676 

Times— Friday; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. $1.50. E. Francis Beckwith. Circ. .^-1152 

LOUISVILLE, 966; Boulder, 21544; 10m SE of 
Boulder on Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf Ry. The 
town mines coal. Express; Telegraph. Boulder Nat. 
Bank, Boulder. 

World— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 18X24; 

.Sub. $2. .T.B.King. Circ ^-375 

LOVELAND, 1091 ; Larimer, 12168 ; 59ni NW of Den- 
ver on C. & S. Ry. Trade centre for agricultural and 
mining district.'^ Largest sugar factory in Colorado. 
Val. $1,000,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Love- 
land. Loveland House. 



Register — Wednesday ; Rep ; 

.15x22; Sub. $1.50. R. 

Circ 

Reporter- 

15  T2 



Est. '94; 8p 
C. Hardesty. 



a-iooo 



Thursday; Ind. -Rep; Est. '80; 16p 
Sul). $1.50. W. L. Thorndyke. 



Circ 3 -1650 

MANCOS, 1015 ; Montezuma, 42(;7 ; 40m W of Durango 
on Rio Grande Southern Ry. Has large gold and coal 
mining and farming interests. Exjjress; Telegraph. 
Geo. Bauer, Banker. 



Times— Friday; Dem; Est. 
Sub. $2. W. H. Kelley. 



'93; 4p 17X24; 

Circ 3;-300 



MANITOTJ, 1303 ; El I'aso, 316o2 ; 5m NW of Colorado 
Springs on Colorado Midlantl, terminus Manitou & 
Pikes Peak and Manitou br. I), c^t R. G. Rys. The soda 
and iron sjirings, with madicinal iirojierties are famous 
and have maile the town well known as a health and 
pleasure resort. Entertains yearly 50000 tourists. Is 
at the foot of the Rocky Mountains with a cog road 
running to the to|i of Pikes Peak. Has electrics to 
Colorado Springs and nearby towns and resorts. Val. 
$667,165. Exjiress: Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Col- 
orado Springs. Barker's Hotel. 

Journal (June 15 to Sept 1)— Evening; Rep: 
Est. '82; 4p24x36; Sub.$l. A. N. Frowine 
Circ 4-800 

Journal— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '85;4p 24x36; 

Sul). $2. A. N. Frowine Circ (S-800 

MARBLE, 329; Gunnison. 5331; 28m S of Placita, 
nearest railroad point. In a mming and farming com- 
munity. Express ; Telegraph and Bank, IManita. 

Times— Friday ; Ind; Est. '86: 4p 15x22; 

Sul). $3. Evan Williams. Circ !3)-600 

MEEKER*, 700 ; Rio Blanco, 2000 ; 300m W of Den- 
ver, nearest railroad station Rifle, Colo. Chief industry 
is cattle raising. Is trade centre for Rio Blanco and 
Western Routt counties. Has extensive oil, asphaltum 
and coal territory. Exi)ress ; Telegraph. Bank of Meeker. 

Herald— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '85; 4p 17x24; 

Sul). §2. James Lyttle. Circ '3-850 

MONTE 'VISTA, 1200; Rio Grande, 4080; 15m SE of 
Del Norte on Creede br. I). & R. G. Ry. Has flour mills, 
foundry and machine shojis and is' trade centre for 
agricultural and mining district. Val. $340,000. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. State Bank. 
Graphic— Friday; Rep; '84; 4p 18X24; Sub. 

$1.50. W. 1. G. Whittier & Son. Circ 3 -425 

Journal— Saturday ; Pop; Est. '88: 6p 13x20; 

Sub. $1. Journal Pub. Co. Circ $-630 

MONTROSE*, 1800; Montrose, 4535; 250m SW of 
Denver on Narrow Gauge from .Salida to Grand .Junc- 
tion, intersection of Ouray br. D. & R. G. Ry. Has 
planing mills and manufactures tile and beekeepers' 
supplies. Great fruit section, also stock raising. Is 
trade centre for mining camp, and a healthful resort. 
Mineral water and two sanitariums. Val. $500,000. 
Express: Telegrai)h. First Nat. Bank. Smith's Cen- 
tral Hotel. 

Enterprise— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 
16x22 : Sub. $1.50. O. C. Skinner & Son. 
Circ l;-1180 

Press— Friday; Rep; Est. '83; 8p 26x40: Sub. 

.S1.50. Heckenthoen & Murphy. Circ 3 -800 

MONUMENT, 156; El Paso, 31602; 20m N of Colo- 
rado Si)rings on Denver & Rio Grande and Atchison, 
Tojieka & Santa Fe Rys. A large produce market. 
Exi)ress; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Colorado 
Si)rings. 
Messenger— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '90; 4p 

lSxL'4; Sub. $1.50. Ford A Lambert. 

Circ (J}-300 

MORRISON, 254; Jefferson, 9306; 15m W of Den- 
ver and SE of (Tolden, terminus Morrison br. C. & S. 
Ry. A suljihur spring and limestone quarry here. 
Express; Telegraph. 

Bud-Friday; Rep; Est. '88; 8p 13x20; Sub. 

$1.50. M. de Leon Innis. Circ 4-500 

MOSCA, 293; Costilla, 4632; 120m SW of Pueblo on 
Denver eV" Silverton line D. & R. G. Ry. Has large 
mills and is local trade centre for agricultural district. 
Express; Telegraph. Farmers' Bank, Hooper. 

Herald— Friday; Rep; Est. '91; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1.50: Herald Pub. Co. Circ (3)-600 



COLORADO. 



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NEW CASTLE, 431; Garfield, 5836; 12m W of (51en- 

woimI Sjiriiigs on Denver & Rio Grande and Colorado 
3Ii(llan(l Kvs. Has coal dejiosits, planing mills and 
raises fruit" and cattle. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank, Glenvvood .Springs. 

Nonpareil— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '90; 4p 

1 7 •, -'4 ; Sub. §2. R. C. Coryell. Circ 0;-336 

OPHIR, 286; San Miguel, 5379; 7m SW of Telluride 
on Rio Grande Southern Ry. In vicinity of large gold 
and silver mines. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank, Telluride. 

Mail-Fridav; Ind; Est. '94; 4p 15x22; Sub. 

s2. C. G. Sumner. Circ S-500 

OUHAY*, 2196: Ouray, 4731; 38.">m SW of Denver, 
terminus Ouray br. D."& R. G. Ry. Here are hot sul- 
jihur and iron springs, rich silver and gold mines. Is 
commercial centre and supiily point for mining and 
agricultural poiiulatiou. Val. §399,850. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Bank of Ouray. Beaumont Hotel. 

Herald— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. .S2. Ernest C. Bacon. Circ (J-IOOO 

Silverite-Plaindealer— Friday ; Dem; Est. 
■,s,S; 4p 20  2t', ; Sub. .S2. F. J. Hulaniski. 
Circ 4-875 

PAGOSA SPRINGS*, 367 ; Archuleta, 2117 ; Have Ry., 
Rio (irande, Fagosa & Northern Ry. Is trade centre 
for the county. The Hot Thormal Sjirings are located 
here. Express; Telegraph. First Bank of Pagosa 
Springs. 
News— Fridav: Ind-Dem; Est. '90; 4p 17x24; 

Sub.s2. b. L. Egger. Circ (J)-560 

PALMER LAKE, 166; El Paso, 31602; 52m S of 

D>,'nvcr on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe and Denver & 

Rio Grande Rys. In an agricultural district. Health 

resort. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Colorado Springs. 

Yesterday and To-Day— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. 

'98;4p 15X22; Sub. §1.50. Frank R.Sher- 

win, Jr. Circ @-600 

PITKIN, 500; Gunnison, 5331; 25m NE of Gunnison 
on Colorado & Southern Ry. The town has gold and 
silver mines, smelting plant and quartz mills. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Pitkin Bank. 

Miner— Friday ; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. §2. L.M.Nance. Circ S-540 

PUEBLO*, 28157; Pueblc, 55340; 40m S of Colorado 
Siiring.s on Santa Fe, Denver & Rio Grande, Union 
Pacific, Denver & Gulf, terminus Rock Island and 
Missouri & Pacific Rys. Has Minnequa Plant of Colo. 
Philadeli)hia, Pueblo and Colorado Smelting com- 
jianies, Iron City Mfg. Co., mining machinery; Lar- 
man's Foundry, Nuckall Packing Co., Standard Fire 
Brick "Works, 'flue brick and crucibles; steel works, 
soap factories, pickling and canning estalilishments 
and large railroad repair shops. emi)loying 5000 people, 
with monthly pay roll of .SI. 390,000. Is trade centre 
for large farming and mining section with trolley to 
surrounding towns. Has State Insane Asylum. Val. 
.520,500,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Union Deiiot Hotel. 

Arkansas Valley Review— Friday : Ind ; Est. 
',»,"■>; Sp 12X24; Sub. SI. Review Pub. Co. 
C. S. Linn. Circ (3;-1360 

Chief tain— Morning ; Rep ; Est. '68 ; 8p 17x24 ; 

Sul). .S6. Chieftain Pub. Co. Circ @-8706 

Chieftain-Sunday ; Rep ; Est. '68 ; 16p 17X24; 

Sub. S2. Chieftain Pub. Co. Circ.- 3:-9000 

Chieftain— Thursday ;Rep ; Est. '68 ; 8pl7x24 ; 

Sub. .SI. Chieftain Pub. Co. Circ (S-4962 

Courier— Friday ; Labor; Est. '92; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .SI. Courier Pub. Co. Circ L-3337 

II Vindice (Italian)— Saturday ; Est. '96; 4p 

18X24; Sub. §1.50. II Vindice Pub. Co. 

Circ rD-1200 

Independent Reform Press— Thursday ; Pop ; 

Est. '95; 4p 15x22; Sub. §1. I. B. 

Chamberlain. Circ ®-1025 

La Hermandad (Spanish)— Monthly ; Unde- 

nounnational; Est. '89; 4p 20X30; Sub. 

50c. Alex. M. Darley. Circ. J;-l 500 

Poultry and Farm Journal— Monthly ; Agri- 
cultural; Est. '98; 4p 11X16; Sub. 25c. 

Mrs. M. B. Slack. Circ I -2000 



REDCLIFF*, 256 ; Eagle, 3008 ; 24m N of Leadville 
on Denver & Kio (!ranae Ky. Has mines of gold, silver, 
lead and iron. Is local trade centre for mining district. 
Exjiress; Telegraph. American Nat. Bank, Leadville. 

Blade— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. §2. John D. Nims. Circ S-'iOO 

Times— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '86; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. §2.50. 'McCabe & McCabe. Circ S-480 

RICO*, 811; Dolores, 1134; 35m NW of Durango on 
Kio Grande Southern Ry. Has rich coal, iron, gold, 
zinc, coi)per and silver deposits. Is trade centre 
and base of supplies for miners. Mills for reducing 
ores. Val. §288,418. Express ; Telegraph. Kico State 
Bank. Hotel Enterprise. 

News— Saturday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '79: 4p 

1S> 24; Sub. §2.50. (ieo. H. Hutt. Circ. 3-720 

RIDGWAY, 489: Ouray, 4731; 10m N of Ouray on 
Rio Grande Southern and Ouray br. D. & R. (t. Ry. 
Has mines of gold and silver and farming interests, 
Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bank of Ridgway 
Populist— Friday ; Pop ; Est. '94; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. §2. Ellen G. Cassedy. Circ 5-275 

RIFLE, 273: Garfield, 5835; 26m W of Glenwood 
Springs on Colorado Midland and Denver & Rio 
Grande Rys. Express; Telegrajth. First Nat. Bank, 
Glenwood .Sj)rings. 

Reveille- Friday ; Ind; Est. '90; 4p 15x22, 

Sub. §2. W. P. Kennedy. Circ J -300 

ROCKY FORD, 2018 ; Otero, 11522 ; 53m E of Pueblo 
on Arkansas River and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 
Ry. Chief industry is fruit raising and sugar beet 
culture. Express; Telegraph. State Bank of Rocky 
Ford. 

Enterprise— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '87 ; 8p 
18x24; Sub. §1.50. Enterprise Pub. Co. 
Circ S-900 

Republican— Friday ; Rep: Est. '95: 8p 
13x20; Sub. §1.50. M. E. Springer. 
Circ i,-73a 

SAGUACHE*, 4(!2; Saguache, 3853, 32m NE of Del 
Norte; nearest railroad and telegrajih point. Villa 
Grove. In farming and mining region. Exjiress. 
Saguache County Bank. 

Crescent— Thursday; Rep; Est. '80 ;8p 14x20; 

Sub. §2. Lee Fairbanks. Circ 3-750 

SALIDA, 3722; Chaffee, 7085; 90m W of Pueblo, 
junction main line and Southwestern narrow gauge 
system of D. & R. G. Ry. ' Here are railroad shops, 
employing 1000 men. with monthly pay roll of between 
§75,000 and §90,000. Is farming and mining trade 
centre for wide region. Has D. & R. G. Ry. hospital. 
Poncha Hot Springs attracts tourists. Val. §600.869. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Monte Crista 
Hotel. 
Mail— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. '80; 4p 

20X24; Sub. §2.50. J. F. Erdlen. Circ. 3-1200 

Record— Friday; Rep; Est. '93; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. §1.50. Salida Record Pub. Co. Circ. 1-1250 

SHERIDAN LAKE*, H"; Kiowa. 701; 135m E of 
Pueblo on Missouri Pacific Ry. Is a stock raising town. 
Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. 

Press— Friday; Rep; Est. '87 ;4p 15x22; Sub. 

§1.50. C.F.Liggett. Circ 

SILVER CLIFF*, 576; Custer, 2937; 32m SW of 
Canon City; nearest railroad i)oint, Cotopaxi. Here 
are rich gold and silver mines and large reduction 
plant. The town has cattle raising and farming indus- 
tries. Express; Telegraph. Henry H. Thompson, 
Banker. 
Rustler— Wednesday : Dem; Est. '75; 4p 

18-24; Sub. §2. Doyle & Wolf. Circ 3-600 

SILVER PLUME, 775; Creek. 7082; 54m W of 
Denver on Colorado & Southern Ry. Has gold, silver, 
lead and cojiper mines. Is a summer resort. Val. 
§148,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank ol Clear Creek 
County, Georgetown. AV^indsor Hotel. 

Silver Standard— Saturday ; Ind ; Est. '85 ; 4p 

17X24; Sub. §1.50. A.B.Clark. CIre....S-350 

SILVERTON*, 2380; San Juan, 5342; 40m N of Du- 
rango on Denver & Rio Grande and terminus Silverton 
br. D. & R. G. Ry. Industries: Gold, lead, copper and 
silver mining, smelting works and several factories. 
Is supply i)oint and trade centre for mining population. 
Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Grand Hotel. 



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Miner— Friday ; Rep; Est. '75; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. *2. Clarence O. Finch. Circ ^-800 

Standard— Saturdav ; Ind.-l)em:Est. '89; lOp 

11;:1G; Sub. ^2.50. Klinger Bros. Cire...i3)-775 

"SPRINGFIELD*, (twp.)44; Baca. 759; 50m S of La- 
mar, nearest railroad and telegrai)li point. In farming 
district. Express. First Nat. Bank, Lamar. 

Herald— Friday ; Rep; Est. '87; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. §1.25. S. E. Speclvmann. Circ (3-200 

■STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, 420; Routt, 3661; 120m 
A'W ot (ieorgetown; nearest railroad and telegraph 
point. Wolcott. A summer resort because of its hot 
-and cold mineral springs. Express. Milnes & Co., 
Bankers. 
Pilot— "Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '85; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. 50. Chas. H. Seckenby. Circ 3-950 

*STER,LING*, 1O09: Logan, 3292; 140m E of Denver, 
junction Tnion Faciflc and Burlington & Missouri Rys. 
and Brush-Alliance. Black Hills line B. &. M. Ry. 
Has farming and cattle raising interests. Largest ship- 
ping point of Alfalfa seed in the United States. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Logan County Bank. American 
House. 

Advocate— Thursday; Rep; Est. '85; 8p 

l.'.-.22; Sub. SI. 50. D.C.Fleming. Circ.J;-504 

Democrat— Evening; Dem; Est. '98; 4p 

11 -16; Sub. S2. 50. Chas. T. Pi'ice. Circ..®-125 

Democrat— Fridav ; Dem; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. SI. 50. Chas. T. Price. Circ (J)-300 

SULPHUR SPRINGS*, 199; Grand, 741; 47m NW 
of (.icorgctown, with stage accommodations; on Grand 
river. Inhabitants are engaged in farming and min- 
ing. Xoted resort for health and pleasure seekers. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank, Georgetown. 

Times— Friday; Rep; Est. '82; 4p 17X24; 

Suli. S2.5C). Morton Alexander. Circ ^-590 

TELLURIDE*, 2446; San Miguel, 5379; 45m S of 
Ridgway on Telluride br. R. G. S. Ry. In grazing, 
■agricultural and mining region. Express ; Telegraph. 
First Xat. Bank. New Sheridan Hotel. 

Examiner— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '80: 4p 

IS 24; Sub. S2. Chas. G. Summer. Circ. 3i)-1307 

Journal— Evening; Ind; Est. '94; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. SG. Journal Pub. Co. Circ @-900 

Journal— Thursday ; Ind;Est.'81; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .$3. Journal I'ub. Co. Circ '3,-1000 

TRINIDAD*, 6345; Las Animas, 27842; 200m S of 
Denver on Santa Fe and Colorado & .Southern 
terminus Denver & Rio Grande Rys. Las Animas river 
furnishes water power. Has Colorado & Southern 
and Denver & Rio Grande Ry. shojis, woolen mill, Ger- 
ard! macaroni faetorv, i)lani"ng mills, coke ovens and 
Victor Coal Co. and (Colorado Fuel and Iron Co.s' mines, 
employing 8000 people, with monthly payroll of $420,- 
000. Is farming, stock raising and mining trade centre 
for southeastern Colorado with 34000 pop. Val. $3,- 
250.000. Exiiress; Telegraph. Trinidad Nat. Bank. 
Columbian Hotel. 
Advertiser— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '83; 

sp IS .24; Sub. S6. Advertiser Co. Clrc.'f-llOO 
Chronicle-News— Evening; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 

18X24; Sub. $6. Chronicle-News Pub. 

Co. Circ @-2460 

Chronicle-News— Thursday ; Rep; Est.'79; 4p 
1 s y '_'l ; Sul). Sl-oO. Chronicle-News Pub. 
< ". Circ 3 -1265 

Monitor— Friday; Dem; Est. '92; 8p 18x24; 
Sub. SI. 50. Hosmer & HoUenbeck. 
Circ (3)-1400 

VICTOR, 4986; Teller, 30000; 30m W of Colorado 
Springs on Florence & Cripple Creek and Golden Cir- 
cle divs. D. & R. (t. and Midland Terminal div. C. M. 



Rys. Industry: Gold mining. Is trade centre of Crij)- 
ple Creek mining district with 50000 pop. Trolley to 
Cri|)ple Creek. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Victor. 
Hotel Victor. 

Banner— Daily ; Rep: Est. 1902; 8p 13X20; 

.Sub. 86. J.W.Wilson. Circ 3,-1300 

Banner— Weekly ; Rep; Est. 1902; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. S2. J. AV. Wilson. Circ '3-900 

Record— Morning ex Mon;Rep; Est. '95; 8-16p 

15x22. Sub. $(J; Record Ptg. & Pub. Co. 

Circ (D-2350 

Record— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '95; 8-p; 
l.">/;22: .Sub. §1. Record Ptg. & Pub. Co. 
Circ J-800 

Record— Sunday; Rep; Est. '— ; 12-16|) 15X 
22; Sub. $2. Record Ptg. & Pub. Co. 
Circ ^-2800 

WALDEN, 141; Larimer, 12167; 67m S of Larimer, 
Wy<>., nearest railroad i)oint. Cattle raising is the chief 
industry. Is trade centre of some imiiorfcmce and an 
excellent summer resort. Express and Telegraph, Lar- 
amie, Wyo. Albany County Nat. Bank, Laramie, Wyo. 

Union— Friday; Ind; Est. '96; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S2. I'nion Pub. Co. Circ 4-500 

WALSENBURG*, 1033; Huerfano, 8395; 54m S of 
Pueblo, terminus Alamosa and Walsenlmrg & Trmidad 
br. D. & R. G., Colorado & Southern Rys. Coal 
mining and the raising of cattle and sheej, are the 
chief industries. Trade centre for Huerfano county. 
Val. $250,000. Express ; Telegraph. Walsen's Bank- 
ing Co. Twin Lakes Hotel. 

World— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 

sub. §1.50. W. C. Hunt. Circ S-816 

WARD, 300; Boulder, 21544; 4m NW of Sunset, 
nearest railroad, telegraph and express point. On Col- 
orado and Northwestern Ry. A mining town. First 
Nat. Bank, Boulder. 

Miner— Friday; Rep; Est. '93; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. §1.50. L.S.Smith. Circ 0-700 

WESTCLIFFE, 25(;; Custer, 2937; 30m SW of Canon 
City; nearest railroad jioint, Cotopaxi. Has farming 
and mining interests. Express ; Telegraph, Silver Cliff. 
Henry H. Tomi>kins, & Co., Bankers. 

Wet Mountain Tribune— Saturday ; Pop ; Est. 
'81;4p 16x22; Sub. S2. Alex. H. Lacy. 
Circ ®-530 

WHITEHORN, 7085; Fremont, 15636: 14m SE of 
Salida, nearest railroad, exjiress and telegraph point. 
Mining. First Nat. Bank, .Salida. 

News -Friday; Rep; Est. '97; 4p 20x26; Sub. 

§2. P. P.. Smith. Circ 3-300 

WOODLAND PARK, 269; Teller, 30000; 12m NW 
of Manitou on Colorado Midland Ry. A mining town 
and summer resort. Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank, Colorado Springs. 

Times— Fridav; Rep; Est. '96; 8p 13x20; 

.Sub. S2. J. R. Wilson. Circ :3,-1150 

WRAY, 650; Yuma. 1729; 166m E of Denver on Bur- 
lington & Missouri Ry. Is trade centre for stock grow- 
ing section and grain and stock shipping point for 
eastern Colorado. Val. $350,000. Express; Tele- 
gra]ih. Bank of Wray. 

Rattler— Friday ; Rep; Est. '83; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. $1.50." C. S. Will. Circ S-800 

YUMA*, 139; Yuma, 1729; 26m E of Akron on Bur- 
lington & Missouri Ry. In an agricultural and graz- 
ing district. Express; Telegraph. Bank ot Yuma. 
Commercial Hotel. 

Pioneer— Friday ; Rep; Est. '85; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. §1.50. Edmund J. Picard. Circ ®-570 



CONNECTICUT. 



Capital, Hartford. Settled at Windsor by Massachusetts men in 1G33. I'opulation 908, -420. Area, 5C>12 
sq. miles. Acres of farm Land, 2.4:00,000; value of farmland, .$135,000,000; annual value of farm products, 
^18,000,000. State debt, §1,239,752. Vote in 1900: Rep. 102567; Dem. 73997; Pro. 1G17; Social Dem. 
1029 ; Social Labor 908. 

Connecticut is bounded on the north by Massachusetts ; on the east by Rhode Island ; on the south by Long 
Island sound and on the west by New York. All the eastern and central parts of the state are low and level, but 
there are lines of hills in the west that continue on into Massachusetts. The highest is Bear mountain (2354 
feet). Three rivers drain the state : The Thames in the east, the Connecticut in the centre and the Housatonic 
in the west. The Thames is navigable to Norwich and the Connecticut to Hartford. Some iron and copper was 
mined years ago and the red sandstone quarries are still in operation, the Portland quarries alone giving 
work to nearly 1000 men. There are also deposits of marble, limestone, slate and porcelain clay. There are 
50000 farms in the state along the river valleys and tobacco is the chief crop, with an animal crop of 14,000,- 
000 pounds, worth over §2,000,000. The state has some fine harbors on the sound, but the shipping is not ex- 
tensive. Hartford is the home of a large number of insurance companies, which carry risks amounting to 
■81,000,000,000. Manufacturing is the leading occupation of the state and there are 100 of the principal manu- 
factories in 20 lines, employing over 28000 people, with annual wages of .§12,500,000 and an annual product 
of §45,000,000. The manufacture of weapons is one of the most important industries. These include the 
Oatling and Hotchkiss guns and Colt's small arms of Hartford, the Winchester ritles of New Haven, the Parker guns 
of Menden, the cartridges of Bridgeport and the knives and machetes of Collinsville. Besides the foregoing the 
most important manufactories are the silverware of Meriden.the thread of Willimantic,the sewing machines and 
brass goods of Bridgeport, the watches and clocks of Waterbuiy, Bristol and Thomaston, the bicycles and other iron 
and steel goods of Hartford, New Haven, Middletown, Torrihgton, Thoinpsonville and Willimantic, the powder 
■of Hazardville, knives of Northfield, carpets of ThompsonvilTe, plush and silverware of Seymour, bank note 
paper of Manchester, farming implements of Winsted and Higganum and belts of Chester. Connecticut has 
eight counties and newspapers are published in them all. The principal cities are : New Haven, Hartford, 
Bridgeport, Waterbury, Meriden, New Britain, Norfolk, Danbury, Norwich and Stamford. 



ANSONIA, (twp.) 12681 ; New Haven, 269,163 ; 12m 
N W of New Haven on Naugatuck div., terminus Ansonia 
br. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. Has Ansonia Brass & Cop- 
per Co., Coe Brass Mfg. Co., John B. Gardner's Sons, 
clock trimmings ; Phelps & Bartholomew Co., clock 
movements; The Parrel Foundry & Machine Co., 
Ansonia Electrical Co. and minor industries, emi>loy- 
ing 2500 people, with a monthly pay roll of §100.000. 
Is trade centre for manufacturing villages with 25000 
pop. Val. §8,000,000. Express; Telegraph. Ansonia 
Nat. Bank. Dayton House. 

Sentinel— Evening; Ind-Rep; Est. '71; 8-16p 

17X21 1-2; Sub. §5. J.M.Emerson. Circ.X-4665 

BERLIN, (twq).) 3448 ; Hartford, 195.415 ; 11m SW of 
Hartford on Hartford div. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. Has 
manufactures of hardware, building iron and brick. 
The American Bridge Co., employing 400 men, the Cor- 
bin Cabinet Local Co., employing 100 men, and the Ber- 
lin Construction Co., bridges and steel buildings, em- 
ploying 200 men are here. Val. §1,500,193. Express; 
Telegraph. Berlin Savings Bank, Kensington. Kilby 
House. 

News— Thursdav ; Ind; Est. '91; 4p 18x23; 

Sub. §1. J.'^E.Beale. Circ (l;-2700 

BRANFORD, 5706; New Haven, 209,058; 7m E of 
New Haven on New York, New Haven & Hartford Ry. 
Has Malleable Iron Fittings Co. and minor interests, 
employing 1000 people. Large granite quarries. Has 
Blackstone Memorial Librarv ; is a popular summer 
resort. Val. §2,350,000. Express; Telegraph. Bran- 
ford Savings Bank. 

Opinion— Saturdav ; Non-political ; Est. '90 ; 8p 

15x22; Sub. §1. Wm. Sheffield. Circ...S-1100 

BRIDGEPORT*. 70996; Fairfield. 184,203; 56m NE 
of New York on New Y'ork, New Haven & Hartford 
and terminus Berkshire and Danbury divs. N. 
Y., N. H. & H. Ry; on Long Island Sound, with daily 
steamer service tx) New York, New Haven and Hartford 
Here are located the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., Union Metallic Cartridge Co., American 
Ordnance Co., Bridgeport Rolling Mills, Bridgeport 
Malleable Iron Co., Liberty and Premier Cycle com- 
panies, Bridgeport Chain Co., Vulcanized Handlebar 
Co.. Yost ancT American writing machine companies, 
Jackson Typewriter Co., Holmes & Edwards Silver 



Co., Jennings Bro. Mfg. Co., Bridgeport Silverplate Co. 
The Monumental Bronze Co.. Bryant Electric Co., 
American Grai)hophone Co., BuUard Machine Tool 
Co., Burns, Silver & Co., Congdon & Carpenter Co., 
Cornwall & Patterson Mfg. Co.. Smith & Egge Mfg. 
Co., hardware specialties; E. S. Hotchkiss. light hard- 
ware : Challenge Razor works, Farist Steel Co., Acme 
Shears Co., Berkshire Mfg. Co.. shears; Bridgeport 
Brass Co., W. G. Rowell & Co., Eaton. Cole & Burn- 
ham Co.. brass founders ; Bridgeport Forge Co., Bridge- 
port Copjier Co., Bridgeport Crucible Co., Armstrong 
Mfg. Co., tools and machinery; Ashcroft Mfg. Co.. 
steam gauges ; Acme Wire works. The Waldo Foun- 
dry, manganese wire; Bridgeport Gun Implement 
Co., Hincks & Johnson, carriages; Parrott Varnish 
Co., Bridgeport Organ Co., Consolidated Rolling Stock 
Co., Connecticut Breweries Co., Canfield Rubber Co., 
Bridgeport Silk Co., Salts Textile Mfg. Co., plushes; 
Read Carpet Co., Bridgei)ort Elastic Web Co., Birds- 
eye, Somers & Co., The Warner Bros. Co., L. L. 
Loomer's Sons, Langdon, Batchelder & Co., corsets; 
and minor products, involving over 400 firms, with 
§25,000,000 capital, emjdoying 18000 people, with 
monthly pay roll of §700,000. Is the trade centre for 
western Connecticut ; has good docking facilities, with 
large water traffic in coal, lumber and general merchan- 
dise. Val. §59,877,830. Express; Telegraph. City 
Nat. Bank. Atlantic Hotel. 

Advocate— Saturdav: Labor: Dem: Est. '96: 
8p 15x22; Sub. §1.50. John J. O'Neill. 
Circ (3)-3426 

Connecticut Workman — Saturdav ; Labor ; 
p:st. 1901; 8p 15X22; Sub. §1."50. John 
J. O'Neill. Circ 'f-820 

Farmer— Evening; Dem; Est. '55; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. §5. Farmer Pub. Co. Circ (3;-7000 

PiibHsher''s Statement .—Ihe. Farmer on January 
17, reduced its price to one cent and has heavily in- 
creased in circulation. Now over 7,000 copies. 

Republican Farmer (weekly edition of Farm- 
er)— Fridav; Dem: Est. 1790; 8p 17X24; 
Sub. §1. Farmer Pub. Co. Circ S)-4100 

Herald— Sunday : Ind: Est. '88; 12p 18X22; 
Sub. §2. F. R. Swift. (Prints an edition 
under same name for Waterburv). Comb. 
Circ ." S-40000 



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Independent Leader— Saturday; Ind; Est. 
'90; 12p 8x13; Sub. «1.50. Sherwood 
Bros. Circ ®-500 

Post— Evening?; Ind; Est. '83; lOp 17x24; 

Sub. §2.50. Post Pub. Co. Circ S-11275 

Standard— Evening; Rep; Est. '30: 10 -12p 
17.- 23 1-2; Sub. .*3. Standard Associa- 
tion. Circ 3-4000 

Republican - Standard (weekly edition of 
Stanilard)— Friday ; Rep; Est. '30; lOp 
l'(X23 1-2; Sub. $1. Standard Asso- 
ciation. Circ ^3,-2500 

Star- Saturday ; Dem; Est. '72; 8p 9x12; 

Snb.81. AVm. H.May. Circ ®-725 

Teleffram-TJnion— Morning; Ind; Est. '92; 

Kip 18X22; Sub. §3. Union Co. Circ... 4 -10000 

BKISTOL. (twp.)(3268; Hartford, 195.415; 9m W of 
Mew Britain on Higliland div. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. 
Has E. Ingraham Co., clocks; Dunbar Bros., 
Wallace Barnes Co.. clock springs; Lester Goodenougli, 
brass foundry; New Departure Alfg. Co.. bicycle bells 
and coaster brakes ; .Sessions Foundry Co., gray iron 
castings ; John H. Sessions & Son. hardware; C. J. 
Root, hardware sitecialties; The E. M. Welch Mfg. Co., 
clocks; Everett Horton. machinist; M. B. Edgerton, 
saws ; Blakesley Novelty Co., elastics; Clayton Bros., 
light hard ware; Nathan L. Birge & Sons, woolen 
shirts and drawers; Liberty Bell Co., manufacturers of 
bicycle bells and other bells ; Bristol Brass and Clock 
Co.", lamps, burners and brass goods; Am. Silver Co., 
table cutlery; Bristol Mfg. Co., knit goods; and minor 
industries. Trade centre for surrounding towns. Trol- 
ly to Plainville, Forrestville and New Britain. Val. 
$5,700,000. Express; Telegraph. Bristol Nat. Bank. 
Bristol House. 

Press — Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '71; 8-16p 
15x22; .Sub. ?pl.50. Bristol Press Pub. Co. 
Circ 3-1 740 

CLINTON. 1429; Middlesex, 41760; 25m E of New 
Haven on .Shore Line div. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. and 
Long Island Sound, with steamboat accommoda- 
tions. I'ratt Chemical Co., Ponds Extract Co., man- 
ufacturers extract witch hazel; Buell Bros., steel tools 
and novelties; Wyckoff Bros., yacht and boat builders 
and designers; Val. §766,624. Express; Telegraph. 
Clinton Nat. Bank. Bacon House. 

Recorder— Friday ; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. si. Chas. H. .Scholey Circ (f-G50 

CLINTONVILLE, (twp.) 2000; New Haven, 269,163; 
12m NE of New Haven on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Ry. Manufacturino; is the leading pursuit. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank, New Haven. 

Wayside Gleanings— Monthly ; Family : Est. 
".11; Kip 8X11; .Sub. 25c. Wayside Pub. 
Co. Circ 

DANBURY*, 16537; Fairfield, 184,203; 62m NE of 
Greater New York on Highland and New York div. 
N. Y., N. H. & H. Rys. Is the greatest hat centre in 
America, with 37 concerns. Has also Rogers Bros. 
Silver Plate Co., Turner Machine Co., McArthur Bros., 
paper; Clark Box Co., wood and paper boxes; and 
minor interests, employing 8000 people, with monthly 
pay roll of S300,000. Is trade centre for western Fair- 
field and Putnam (N. Y.) counties with large farming 
pop. Val. §8,000,000. Express ; Telegraph. Danbury 
Nat. Bank. The Groveland House. 

N. E. Medical Monthly and Prescription— 

Med; Est. '81; lOOp 5X!) 1-2: Sub. .$1.50. 

Danbury Medical Ptg. Co. Circ (a;-20000 

News— Evening ex Wed; Ind; Est. '83; 8-lOp 

17X23 1-2; Sub. .§4. Flint & Smith. 

Circ @-4538 

News — Wednesday ; Ind; Est. '70; 12p 

17x23 1-2; Sub. §1. Flint & Smith. 

fire (D-3917 

DANIELSON (borough), 2823 ; Windham. 46861 ; 8m 
S of I'utnam on Norwich ^V' Worcester div. N. Y., N. 
H. & H. Ry. Has Danielsonville Cotton Co.. (Juinne- 
baug (cotton) Co., p:.H. Jacobs Mfg. Co., mill supplies; 
E. W. Scott, will]) sockets; Uncas Knitting Co., knit 
goods; Danielson Worsted Co., Larkin & Wood Reed 
Mfrs., and minor industries. Trolley to Putnam, I)ay- 
villc, Webster through to Worcester, Providence and 
Moosup; stage to Brooklyn. Express; Telegraph. 
Wmdham County Savings Bank. Sprague House. 

Transcript— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '48; 8p 
18X24; Sub. §1.50. Burroughs & Hopkins 
*'o. Circ (I)-1650 



DARIEN, 1626; Fairfield, 184,203; 5m NE of Stam- 
ford on New York, New Haven & Hartford Ry. Has 
farming interests and is a commercial centre for farm- 
ing poi)ulace. Val. §1,460,632. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Stamford. Columbia Hotel. 

Review— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '95; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. Adelaide N. Bass. Circ ®-420' 

DEEP RIVER. 1484; Middlesex, 41760; 20m SE of 
Middletown on Valley div. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. Has 
Pratt, Read cS; Co., ])iano and organ keys and jiarts, 
ivory combs; Denison Bros., organ stoiis; Potter & 
Snell, bright wire goods, Niland Cut Glass Co.,^ 
Williams & Marvin, wood turnings, and Russell Jen- 
nings Mfg. Co., bits and augers. Exi)ress; Telegraph. 
Deej) River Nat. Bank. Mitchell Hotel. 

New Era— Fridav; Rep; Est. '74; 4p 22x28; 
Sub. §1.25. the New Era Pub. & Trading 
Co. Circ (3)-160(> 

DERBY, 7930; New Haven, 269,163; on Berkshire 
div., terminus Ansonia br. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. ; at 
head of navigation on Housatonic and Naugatuck riv- 
ers, with water power second only to that of the Mer- 
rimac in New England and passenger and freight 
steamer connections with Greater New York and Long 
Island Sound ports. Has Sterling Co., pianos and or- 
gans; Birmingham Iron Foundry, heavy machinery; 
Drig:gs, Seabury gnu and ammunition; Paugassett 
(hosiery anil underwear) mills, R. N. Bassett Co., 
covered corset steels and dress stays; Howe Mfg. 
Co., makers of the first pins ever made in America 
and manufactories of combs, corsets, paper boxes, 
files, typewriters, brass goods and other i)roducts. 
Derby has the oldest electric railway in New England, 
connecting Derby with Ansonia and Lake Housatonic 
Park, a beautiful pleasure resort a short distance from 
the city. Across the Housatonic is Shelton, 4500t; 
Fairfield, 150,081; has Derby Silver Co., Derby 
Paper Mills and i)Ulp works; Birmingham Brass Co., 
SheltonCo.'s tack and bolt works ; Wliitlock Machine 
Co., printing presses; Radcliffe Bros., woolen mills; 
R. & H. Adams's cotton mills. Silver Plate Cutlerv 
Co., Derby Rubber Co., U. S. Rubber Reclaiming Co", 
Branch Birmingham Iron Foundry, National Fold- 
ing Box & Paper Co., AVilcox & Howe Co., bicycle 
f orgings and carriage hardware ; and manufactories of 
planes, razors, corsets and other ]>roducts. Riverview 
Park on the bank of the Housatonic, is a i)leasure re- 
sort near Lake Housatonic Park in l>erby. Val. of 
Derby (incl. Birmingham borough), §3,500,000. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Val. of Shelton (Huntington twp.) 
§2,000,000. Express; Telegraph. Birmingham Nat. 
Bank. Bassett House. 

Derby News-Herald — Afternoon; Ind; Est. 
'67; 8]i 17 1-2X21 1-2; Sub. §5. McGarry 
& Reilly. Circ :3^-3500 

News— Morning; Ind; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 
15X24 1-2; Sub. §5. Daily News Co. 
(Dated at Shelton and Ansonia also.) 
Comb. Circ 3;-1750 

EAST HARTFORD, 6406; Hartford, 195,415; (sub- 
urb of Hartfortl, 2iii E) on main line, terminus Spring- 
field br. N. E. Ry. Has New Enghind Ry. division re- 
pair shops, Hartford Manilla Co., Walker I'aper Mill Co. 
Tobacco interests. Trolley to Hartford and connect- 
ions. Val. §2,952,555 Express; Telegraph. Hart- 
ford Nat. Bank. New England House. 

American Enterprise— Saturday; Ind; Est. 
'88; 8p 30x44; Sub. §1. James A. 3Iartin. 
(Prints an edition for Glastonbury, Man- 
chester and So. M'indsor.) Comb. Circ g-1600 

Gazette— Fridiiv ; Ind; Est. '85; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. §1.50. H.B.Hale. (Dated at Glaston- 
bury and So. Windsor also.) Comb. Circ. (,4V 1500 

GLASTONBURY. 4260; Hartford, 195,415; 6m 
SE of Hartford; on trolley line to Hartford; 
on Connecticut river, with daily steamer serv- 
ice to New York. Has Glastonbury Knitting Co., 
Williams Bros. Mfg. Co., table cutlery and German 
silverware; the J. B.Williams Co., Ivofine, root beer, 
shaving soap ; Naubuc and Riverside Paper companies 
and minor interests, employing 750 people, with 
monthly jtay roll of nearly $25,000; has two feldspar 
and seVeral granite quarries. Franklin Glazier & 
Sons, and Crosby Mfg. Co., woolens. Is in the centre 
of the tobacco belt and raises large croi)s of tobacco. 
Val. §1,650,000. Express ; Telegraph. American Nat. 
Bank, Hartford. Hotel Cornish. 

Bulletin -Thursdiiy; Local; Est. '93; 4p 

18x24; Sub. §1. E.H.Crosby. Circ S-600 



CONNECTICUT. 



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GREENWICH. 12172; Fairfield, 184.203; 5m W of 
Stamlord. L".iin E of New York on New York, New 
Haven \- Hartford Ry. ; has good harbor with tri- 
weekly steamer to New York. Has Hawthorne 
■VVoole'n Mills, Ri])]iowam (plush) Mf^. Co., Russell, 
Birdsall cV' Ward, bolts and nuts; AVileox Manufac- 
tory, turners' sundries : Palmer Bros., electrical sup- 
plies; three large granite quarries and §200.000 in- 
vested in the oyster industry; employs 851 pcoi)le, 
with monthly pay roll of .535,000. Is a ]iopular sum- 
mer resort, with seven large hotels and three sanitari- 
ums. Yal. .S0.8-l:7.420. Express; Telegrai'h. Green- 
wich Trust, Loan & Deposit Co. 

Graphic— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '81; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. Erwin Edwards. Circ S-1200 

News— Friday; Ind; Est. '88; 6p 18x24; Sub. 

.^1.50. E. H. Abrams. Circ 3-1050 

GUILFORD. 2785; New Haven, 269,163; 16m E of 
New Haven on New London div. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. ; 
on Long Island sound, with good harbor and coast 
trade in general freight. Has I. S. Spencer's Sons, 
foundry; Guilford A\lieel & Mfg. Co., carriages; The 
Knowles-Lombard Co. and Sachem's Head Canning 
Co., both tomato canners and packers; witch hazel 
distillery and four granite quarries, employing (500 
men with monthly pay roll of over .^20,000. Has 
summer visitors. Yal. 81,359,959. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Guilford Savings Bank. Sachem's Head 
Hou.se. 

Echo— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. .$1. F'rederick A. Finch. Circ 3)-900 

Shore Line Times— Thursday ; Neutral; Est. 
■77; Sp 16x22; Sub. .?1.25. Charles H. 
Scholey , Jr. Circ (g;-1900 

HARTFORD*, (state capital). 79850; Hartford, 
195.415: 110m NE of New York, centre of three 
lines each of Central New England and New Y'ork, New 
Haven & Hartford Rys.; on Connecticut river, with 
daily steamer service to New York. For its size, 
Hartford is jirobably the wealthiest city in America 
and the greatest insurance city in the world. There 
are 17 fire, life, accident and indemnity insurance com- 
panies, as follows : — the Travelers, Hartford Steam 
Boiler. Aetna. Connecticut General Life. Connecticut 
Mutual Life, Hartford Life, National Assurance Fire 
and I'hoenix Mutual Life and the Aetna, Connecticut, 
Hartford County, Hartford, National. Orient, Phoenix. 
L'nion and National and Aetna Indemnity Insurance 
companies. Here are located the Pope factory of the 
American Cycle Co., the Hartford Rubber works, the 
Electric Yehicle Co., the Colt Arms Co., Pratt & Whit- 
ney (machine) Co., Hartford Machine Screw Co., Billings 
& Sijencer Co., drop forging, tools, etc.; Pratt & 
tady Co., steam governors; Smyth Mfg. Co., book 
sewing machines; Capewell Horsenail Co., Cushman 
Chuck Co., Sigourney Tool Co., Perkins Electric 
Switch Mfg. Co., Hartford Woven Wire Mattress Co., 
Merrow Knitting Machine Co., Cnderwood Typewriter 
Co.. Jewell Pin Co.. John Thompson Press Co.", printing 
presses; National Machine Co.. Isaac B. Davis & Son, 
steam heaters and pumps; The Collins Co., axes; 
Cheney Bros., silks; Dunham Hosiery Co., Marcy Bros. 
& Co!, shoes; Jewell Belting Co., The Duncan 
Co.. ^Manilla Co. and Hartford Paper Co., i)ai>er; 
Plimjiton Mfg. Co.. pai)er and enyeloi)es ; Kellogg 
& Bulkley Co.. lithographers; Calhoun Printing 
Co., Case. Lockwood & Bramard Co., printers 
and bookbinders; Johns-Pratt Co., asbestos; Con- 
necticut River Lumber and Mfg. companies and more 
than 150 other establishments, manufacturnig picture 
frames, jiocketbooks, doors, window blinds, under- 
clothing, plumbers' sui)plies, chairs, brass castings, 
rubber stamps, oil. silk, brick, jiatent medicines, 
motors, soap, telejthone i)ay station boxes, engraving 
paper, optical goods, woodwork, railroad supplies, 
carriages, granite, cutlery, cigars and minor prod- 
ucts, employing 20000 peojile. Here is the state caji- 
itol, one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, 
Trinity (Episeoual) college, one of the finest specimens 
of English collegiate architecture in America; the gov- 
ernment building, Hartford (Congl.) Theological Sem- 
inary, Watkinson Library, Wadsworth Atheneum, Mu- 
seum and Library of Connecticut Historical Society, 
American School 'for Deaf Mutes, Hartford Retreat for 
the Insane, Old People's Home, Widows' Home, Colt 
Memorial Church and Clubhouse. State Armory and 
other public institutions. Hartford is the trade centre 
or the surrounding region with 200,000 i)opulation. 
Yal. .?63.859.723. Express ; Telegraph. Hartford Nat. 
Bank. Hueblein Hotel. 



Catholic Transcript— Thursday; Religious; 
Est. '76; 8-12p 17X24; Sub. .'$1.50. Cath- 
olic Transcript Pub. Co. Circ T -24249 

Church Review— Monthly ; I'ndenomination- 
al : Est. '92 ; 24p 9X13 ; Sub. 50c. Review 
Pub. Co. Circ (3;-3127 

Connecticut Magazine— i5i-Mo; Literary ; Est. 
"MJ; 2(M)p 7X10; Sub. .'5i2. Connecticut 
Magazine Co. Circ g -6000 

Courant — Morning; Rep; Est. '36; 16p 
17 1-2x23; Sub. .?8. Hartford Courant Co. 
Circ (5-10500 

Courant— Monday and Thursday; Rep; Est. 
1764; 8p 17 1-2x23; Sub. $1. Hartford 
Courant Co. Circ ^-9850 

Examiner — Saturday; Ind-Dem; Est. '81; 8p 

13X19; Sub. .»;l." Robert Pyne. Circ J;-2750 

Farmer— Saturday ; Est.'79; 16pllX15; Sub. 

.^1. Farmer Pub. & Ptg. Co. Circ (4 -4000 

Farmington Valley Herald and Journal- 
Saturday; Non-Pol; Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. .^l. Wm. Palmer. Circ (5-1850 

Fraternal News— Monthly ; Secret Societies; 
Est. '9(1; 16p 9X12; Sub. 50c. Fraternal 
News Pub. Co. Circ 

Glohe— Sunday; Ind; Est. '76; 20-40p 17X24; 

Sub. $2. Globe Pub. Co. Circ (C-9760 

Herold (German)— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '82;8p 

18x24; Sub. $!l. ".Storikel & Berk. 

(Print an edition for Waterljury and New 

Britain). Comb. Circ '. (1-2600 

Insurance Journal — Thursday ; Est. '73; 
16-20P 9X12; Sub. .§1.50. Insurance 
Journal Co. Circ (}:-545 

Journal— Saturday ; Ind ; Est. 1901 ; 8p 15X24; 

Sul). .•?2. Charles A. Bariium. Circ f-2000 

Journal— Sunday; Ind: Est. '67; 8p 15x24; 

-Sub. .*;2. Joseph H. Barnum. Circ (5-4600 

Journal of Inebriety— Quarterly ; Medical: 
Est.'7G ; 120p (5X9 : Sub..S2. Am. Asso. for 
the Cure of Inebriates. Circ 2,-1200 

Post— Evening; Rep; Est. '56; 12-16p 17x23; 

Sub. .$6. Evening Post Association. Circ.X-7900 

Post— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '56; 12p 17x23; 

Sub. 81. Eveniiig Post Association. Circ.J-2000 

Seminary Record— Quarterly; Theological and 
Literary; Est. '90; 90p 6X10; Sub. $1. 
Hartford Seminary Press. Circ iS-825 

Suburban News— Friday; Non-Pol; Est. '99; 

8p 15,21.'; .Sub. .*;l.' Wm. Palmer. Circ.®-1300 

Telegram— Morning; Dem; Est. '82; 8-12p 
17x24; Sub. .?!5. Hartford Telegram Co. 
Circ (5-11800 

Times— Evening; Dem; Est. '41; 16-24p 

16x24; Sub. §8. W. O. Burr. Circ 0-16172 

Publisher's Statemoit. — The Daily Times is the 
home paper of Hartiord. A house to house canva.ss 
will reveal the fact that the Times is read by more 
people than all other Hartford dailies coinbined. 
Throughout the country and state The Times is recog- 
nized as the very best family newspaper. 

Times— Monday and Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '17 ; 

lu-16p 17x23; Sub. ijl. W. O. Burr. Circ.l -7700 

Trinity Tablet— I Every third week (Tues. ); 
Collegiate; Est. '(!8; 24p9X12: Sub. $1. 
Trinity College. Circ (3: -540 

LAKEVILLE, 1160; Litchfield, 65752t; 8m SW of 
Canaan on Philadeljihia, Reading and New England 
Ry. Is a farming community. Express; Telegraph. 
Robbins, Burrall & Co, Bankers. The Interlachen 
House. 

Journal— Saturday ; Neutral; Est. '97; 4p 

20- 26; Sub. §1.50. Col. Card. Circ 4--1030 

LITCHFIELD, 3214; Litchfield, 63672; 30m W of 
Hartford, terminus Litchfield branch N. Y. N. H. & H. 
Ry. Has Litchfield Mfg. Co., wood turning; and farm- 
ing interests. Is summer resort with several fine ho- 
tels. Val. (tviij.) ,¥2,010.812. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. United States Hotel. 

Enquirer— Thursday; Ind-Dem; Est. '25; 4p 
20x26; Sub. 81.50. Geo. C. Woodruff. 
Circ ®-1150 



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PETTINGILLS NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



MANCHESTER. lOfiOl ; Hartford. 1!)5,415; 9m E of 

Hartford on Highland div. N. V. X. H. & H. Ry. Has 

Cheney Bros., largest individual silk plant in America; 

Keeney Bros., cardboard ; Wm. Foulds, iiaiier; White 

& Kee'ney and Oakland iiai)er companies. Hill Bevel 

Co., H. Lydell & Foulds, knitting machine needles: 

and two woolen mills emploving nearly 3000 

people, with a monthlv pav roll of SIOO.OOO. Trolley 

to Hartford and Rockville. Val. 84.000.000. Express: 

Telegrajih. Hartford Bank, Hartford. Cowles House. 

Herald— Wednesday and .Saturday; Local; 

Est. '81;4p 18x24; Sub. .$1.50". Elwood 

S. Ela. Circ (E-2000 

MERIDEN. 242'.tG: Xew Haven, 209,103: 18m S of 
Hartford on ?«ew York. jS'ew Haven & Hartford Ry. 
Has International Silver Co., Meriden Brittania Co.. 
brittania ware; Wilcox Silverplate Co., C. Rogers & 
Bros., I-^orbes Silver Co., Barbour Silver Co., Silver 
City Plate Co., silver ware; The Charles Parker Co., 
Parker guns, screws, hardware, plated ware ; Edward 
Miller & Co., lamps and gas fixtures; Foster, Mer- 
riam & Co., Meriden Bronze Co., cabinet hardware: 
C. F. Monroe Co., cut glass; E. A. Bliss & Co., 
tiovelties ; Bradley Hubbard Mfg. Co., gas fittings, lamps 
and bronze goods ; Meriden and Miller Bros., cutlery 
companies: Meriden Curtain Fixtures Co., M. B". 
Schenck Co., Kelsey Press Co., Connecticut Woolen 
Mills, Connecticut Breweries Co., Wilcox & White 
Organ Co., Aeolean Co. and manufactories of cut 
glass, pens, vises, coffee mills and minor products,- 
employing 9000 people, with monthly jiay roll of over 
|;400,000. Is trade centre of populous 'agricultural 
and manufacturing region; trolley to surrounding 
towns. Val. §13,873,789. Exp'ress; Telegraph. 
Home Nat. Bank. Wiuthrop Hotel. 

Biblia— Monthly ; Archaeology ; Est. '87 ; 40p 

BXIO; Sub.*.$l. BibliaPub.Co. Circ ®-1025 

Connecticut School Journal— Thursday : Edu- 
cational; Est. ".M>: lOp 8 1-2X12; Sub. .SI. 
.Journal Pub. Co. Circ tS-GOOO 

Journal— Evening; Ind; Est. '86; 10-20p 

17x28; Sub. .•5S8. Journal Pub. Co. Clrc.(|;-7252 

Record and Republican— Morning ; ex Sun. 
Ind-Rep; Est.'OO; 8-12p 17 1-4X23; Sub. 
•SO. Republican Pub. Co. Circ (g)-7337 

Republican— Thursday; Ind-Rep; Est. 'GO; 
Sp 17 1-4X23; Sub. $1. Republican Pub. 
Co. Circ @-»25 

MIDDLETOWN*, 17486: Middlesex, 41760: 24m NE 
of New Haven and 15m S of Hartford on Air Line, 
Hartford and Valley divs. X. Y.. N. H. & H. Ry. Has 
W. & B. Douglass Pump Works, Wilcox, Crittenden 
& Co., hardware; Wm. Wilcox Mfg. Co., locks; Good- 
year Rubber Co., Eisenhoth Horseless Vehicle Co., 
Baker Motor Co., Early's Lunch Works, Xew England 
Enameling Co., Russell Mfg. Co., suspender webbing, 
thread and yarn: I. E. Palmer, hammocks, mosquito 
'netting, etc.; Portland Silk Co., L. I). Brown & Son 
Co., machine twist and sewing silk; Rockfall Wool- 
en Co,, blankets; J. O. Smith Mfg. Co., Jajianned 
goods; The Rogers & Hubbard Co., bone and ivory 
goods; Tuttle Brick Co., brownstone and granite 
quarries; over 4000 people are employed, with a 
monthly pay roll of §104,000. Is trade centre for a 
large agricultural and manufacturing region. Is the 
seat of Wesleyan (Methodist) University, Berkeley 
<Episcoi)al) Divinity school. State Insane Hospita'l 
and Industrial School for (iirls. Has finest theatre in 
Xew England outside of Boston. Val. .§9,854,021. 
Express: Telegrai)h. Middletown Nat. Bank. Chaffee's 
Hotel. 

Penny Press— Evening ; Ind ; Dem ; Est. '84 ; 8p 
17-19x22; Sub. §3. C. B. and G.E.King. 
Circ (g,-6500 

Tribune— Evening; Est. '93: 8p 15x22; Sub. 

s:;. Geo. G. McLean. Circ (J;-2200 

Wesleyan Argus— tWeekly : Collegiate ; Est. 
'OS; i,'4p .sxil; Sub. S2. AVesleyan Uni- 
versity . Circ 3 -730 

Wesleyan Literary Monthly — t Monthly ; 
Collegiate; Est. '92; 48p 6X9; Sub. §2. 
AVesleyan University. Circ 3-350 

MILFORD, 3783; New Haven, 269,163; 10m SW of 
New Haven on New Y'ork, New Haven & Hartford Ry. 
Has factories for the manufacture of l)oots and shoe's, 
and electrical instruments, carriages and straw goods. 
Val. (twp) .§3,529,052. Express; Telegraph. :\rilford 
Savings J5ank. I 



Citizen— Friday ; Ind; Est. '94; 4p 24X35; 

Sub. §1.50. Irving J. Keyes. Circ ^-1000 

MOODUS. 2503; Middlesex, 41760; 12m SE of Middle- 
town : Goodspeed & Moodus C. V. R. R. nearest railroad 
point, Tylersville. Has cotton factories producing 
twnne and duck net for fishing. Express; Telegraph. 
Moodus Savings Bank. 

Advertiser— Friday; Neutral; Est. '(;9; 8p 
15x22; Sub. §1.50. Fowler «& Lecrenier. 
Circ |;-1820 

MOOSUP, 2500; Windham, 46816; 18m NE of Nor- 
wich 0)1 Central div. N. E. Ry. Here are cotton and 
wool6n factories. Express'; Telegraph. Windham 
County Nat. Bank. 

Journal and Press— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '80; 
8p 17 1-2x24; Sub. §1." Chas. F. Bur- 
gess. (Prints editions under same head- 
ing for Plainfield, Baltic and an edition 
under name of Press for .Jewett City). 
Comb. Circ @-1342 

NAUGATTJCK. 10541; New Haven, 269,163; 5m S of 
Waterliuiy on Naugatuck div. N. Y.. N. H. & H. Ry. 
Has Goodyear India Rubl)er Glove and Metallic Rubber 
Shoe Co.,' Naugatuck Malleable Iron Co., Naugatuck 
Brass Co.. U. S. Rubber Co.'s Reclaiming plant and 
muior industries. Trolley to Waterbury. Has How- 
ard Whittemore Memoria'l Library. Val. §2,004,578. 
Express: Telegraph. Naugatuck Nat. Bank. Nauga- 
tuck Hotel. 

Enterprise— Friday ; Ind; Est. '77; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. §1.75. B. .Y. Peck. Circ 3;-1163 

News— Evening: Ind; Est. '95 ; 4p 18x24; Sub. 

§5. Naugatuck News Co. Circ @-1800 

NEW BRITAIN, 28202 : Hartford, 195,415 ; 10m SW 
of Hartford <jn New England, New Britian Junction 
and New Britain brs. N. Y"., N. H. & H. Rys. Industries ; 
P. & F. Corbin and Russell & Erwin Mfg. Co., builders, 
hardware ; Landers & Clark and Humason & Becklev, 
cutlery works; Stanley Rule & Level Co., Stanley 
Works, butts and hinges; the American Hosiery & 
Union Mfg. Co. and New Britain Knitting Co., em- 
ploying 7000 people, with a monthly pay roll of §185,- 
000. Is trade centre for and has trolley 'lines to nearby 
towns and farming villages. Val. §10,965.868. Ex'- 
press: Telegraph. New Britain Nat. Bank. Hotel 
Ruswin. 

Herald— Evening: Ind; Est. '76; 8p 17x22; 

Sub. §7. Herald Pub. Co. Circ J;-3500 

Piih/ishcr's Sftttfiiifnt. — The Herald is the recog- 
nized advertising medium of this city of 30,000 in- 
habitants. Its circulation of 3,500 copies daily is by 
cash sales to newsboys, carriers and news rooms, not 
a padded subscription list. Its price, three cents ])er 
copy, insures every copy being taken home and read, 
not glanced at and thrown away as with cheap papers. 

Ostems Harold (Swedish)— Thursday; Rej): 
Est.'92;8p 17 1-2X22; Sub. fl." Ostern 
Harold Co. Circ (f-TSGO 

Record —Evening; Rep; Est. '92; 4-8p 

17 1-2x23; Sub. §3. J.L.Doyle. Circ...i3)-3850 

Record— Friday; Rep; Est.'55;4p 17 1-2x23; 

.Sub. §1. .f. L. Doyle. Circ (g)-1000 

NEW CANAAN, (twp.) 2968 ; Fairfield. 184.203 : 5m NE 
of Stamford, terminus New Canaan br. N. Y., N. H. •& H. 
Ry. Has Benedict & Co., boots and shoes ; and manu- 
factories of wire goods, employing 300 people, with 
monthly i)ay roll of §8.800. Is summer resort. Val. 
§1.938,'035.' Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Birdsallllotel. 

Messenger— Saturday; lud; Est. '76; 4p 

17x24; Sub. §1.50. Will AV. Kuk. Circ..(f-800 

NEW HARTFORD, (twp.) 3424; Litchfield, 63672; 
29m W ot Hartford on the Central New England Ry., 
terminus New Hartford br. N. Y'., N. H. & H. R'ys. 
Farmington river furnishes water power for t'lie 
Chapin-Stevens Mfg. Co., I). B. Smith & Son, cotton 
duck; Rogers Rake Co., Geo. W. Bancroft, brooms; 
Standard Brush Co. and other manufactories, 57 in 
all. Is trade center for surrounding towns. Is sum- 
mer resort, with good lake for trout fishing, fine hotels 
and cottages. Val. §1.152.498. Express; Telegraph. 
Hartford Nat. Bank. Hartford. New Hartford Hotel. 

Tribune— Friday; Local: Est. '80; 6p 17x24; 

Suli. .si. 50. ' Henry R. Jones. Circ ®-1080 



CONNECTICUT. 



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3TEW HAVEN*. 1<>S.(I27: New Haven. 2()9.1('>3 ; 74m 
NK i>f Ni'w York on iu;iin lino and terminus New Lon- 
don and Nortliampton divs. N. Y., N. H. A: H. Uy. ; has 
tiiK' harbor on I-onj;; Island sound with daily steamers 
to New York and I'rovidenee. The principal manufac- 
turing concerns are : The Winchester Repeating Arms 
Co., :Marlin Fire Arms Co., J. F. Goodrich & Co., the 
Henrv Hooker Co., M. Armstrong & Co., Boston Buck- 
Iioard t^- Carriage Co., Brockett & Tuttle Co. and New 
Haven Carriage Co., carriages; Willis E. Miller, axles; 
the M. Seward \' Son Co., carriage hardware; the W. 
t*t E. T. Fitch Co., saddlery hardware; Reuben H. 
Brown & Co.. hardware sjiecialties; Hobart B. Ives & 
Co.. builders' hardware; Sargent & Co., general hard- 
•ware; the Grillery Co., screws and casket fixings; 
Hoggson & Pettis Mfg. Co., chucks, dies, stamps, etc.; 
Reynolds it Co., nuts, screws, etc.; Andrew B. Hendry 
& Co., l)ird cages, fishing reels, etc.; Barnes Tool Co., 
sawing machines and hardware; J. F. Malloy & Co., 
buckles: The Wm. Schellhorn Co., scissors and shears; 
New Haven Mfg. Co., machinists' tools; Miner & Peck 
JMfg. Co.. Audobon Machine Works, Jas. Graham & 
<'o.. l)rass castings; the L. Candee Co., Seamless Rub- 
ber Co.. rubber goods; Thos. Ensign & Son, morocco 
leather; the New Haven Corset Co., Strouse, Adler & 
■Co., I. Newman & Sons, corsets; Joseph Parker & 
Sons (paper) Co., National Folding Box & Paper 
Co.. Crown Perfumery Co., the B. Shoninger Co., 
Mathushek Piano Mfg. Co., pianos; Imperial Granvim 
Co.. Merwin I'rovision Co., Sperry & Barnes, pork 
packing; Jeremiah Smith & Sons, H. C. Rowe & 
■Co., wholesale oyster trade; W. S. Robinson Co., 
kegs, tubs, etc.;"" Quinnipiac Brewing Co., Philip 
Fresenius's Sons and Wm. Hull & Co., lireweries; L. 
Osterweis & Sons, cigars ; New Haven Chair, Clock, 
Rolling Mill and Steam Sawmill companies and minor 
interests, employing over 20000 peoi)le with a 
monthly pay roll of .$1,000,000. Is the seat of Yale 
University and other educational institutions. Val. 
^67.944.101. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Hotel Maiestic. 
Anzeiger (German)— Saturday; Ind; Est. '91; 

4p 15x22; Sub. .«;l. H. Bussman. Circ..®-1320 

Commercial Record— Saturday ; Trade Build- 
ing and Financial; Est.'82;36p9X12 1-2; 
.Sub.. S3. Record l^b. Co. Giro @-1953 

Freie Presse (German)— Wednesday ; Ind ; Est. 
■7«;; 4p 15x22; .Sub. $1. H. Bussman. 

Circ 4-1235 

Hermanns-Sohnf German)— Wednesday; S. of 
H: Est. "J3; 4p 11X15; Sub. $1. Paul 

Gebhard. Circ ®-1000 

II Corriere Del Connecticut (Italian)— Satur- 
day: political; Est. "J7 ; 8p 16X23; Sub. 

•Si". Grovenour LomViard Co. Circ 1,-2500 

Journal and Courier— Morning ; Ind-Rep ; Est. 
".V2; <s-lL'p 17x22; Sub. .f6. Carrington 

Pub. Co. Circ (l)-5000 

Publisher's Statement.— The Daily Morning Journal 
and Courier is the oldest daily paper in Connecticut, 
and in connection with its weekly edition has been 
identified with the history of the state for apsriod of 
nearly one hundred and forty years. For legitimate 
advertisers no better paper can be obtained in 
New Haven. Its long establishment, its absolute 
reliability, and the unbounded confidence of its read- 
ers, who "are the intelligent and purchasing class, are 
elements of real and tried worth. 

Herald and Journal (^weekly edition of Journal 
and Courier)— Thursday; Ind-Rep: Est. 
1766; 8p 17x22; Sub. $1. Carrington 

Pub. Co. Circ Si-lSOO 

Leader— Evening; Rep; Est. '92; 12-24p 
17X24; Sub. .§5. Evening Leader Co. 

Circ 3 -8000 

Publisher's Statement.— The Evening Leader, price 
two cents, covers New Haven and surrounding terri- 
toi-j- thoroughly, employing staff correspondents and 
its own carrier system in the important towns. The 
Sunday Leader, jsrice three cents per copy, -Sl.OO per 
year, has no competitor — other local papers charging 
five cents per copy. The use of the evening and .Sun- 
day Leader combination has no equal. Ask any New- 
Haven advertiser. 

Xeader— Sunday : Rep; Est. '02; 14-22p 
17X24; Sub. .^l. The Evening Leader Co. 
Circ t -12000 

Loomis' Musical and Masonic Journal — 
Bi-monthly; Music and Masonry; Est. 
'67; 24p 10X13; Sub. $1. Chas. H. 
Loomis. Circ (3)-1000 



Mothers' Journal— Monthly ; Family; Est. 

''.k; : 64p 7X10; Sub. SI- James R. Bolton 

& Co. Circ a-SOOO 

Palladium— Morning ex Sun ; Rep ; Est. '28 ; 

10-12p 17X23; Sub. $5. Palladium Co. 

Circ 'J)-8500 

Palladium-Thursday; Rep; Est. '28; 8p 

IS . L'i; Sub. $1. Palladium Co. Circ... .@-2050 

Pro Patria (Italian)— Saturday; Ind; Est. '94; 

4p 16^22; Sub. .'?1.25." Dr. V. D'Ella. 

Circ • -^-820 

Register— Evening; Ind; Est. '40; 12-20p 

17x24; Sub. .SO. Register Pub. Co. Circ.(i)-13037 

Publishers Stnteriient. — The Register, Daily and 
Sunday has the largest circulation in New Haven and 
reaches the best element in the city. Its circulation 
is entirely in the city of New Haven and neighboring 
towns, and it is regarded liy the large department 
stores of New Haven as the best advertising medium 
in the city. Publishes 12 to 20 jiages daily and 24 to 
32 pages Sunday. Advertising in the Register always 
brings results and it covers the New Haven field per- 
fectly. 

Register — Sunday ; Dem; Est. '77; 12-20p 

17X24; Sub. .•i!;2. Register Pub. Co. Circ. L-10800 

Register— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '12; 8p 

17x23; Sub. .SI. Register Pub. Co. Circ.'3,-200O 

Stella D' Italia (Italian)— Daily : Non-politi- 
cal; Est. '92: 8p 17 1-2X23; Sub. .§6. 
Paul Russo. Circ (3)-4000 

Stella D' Italia ^Italian)- Saturday; Non-po- 
litical: Est. '92; 16p 17 1-2x23; Sub. S2. 
Paul Russo. Circ ^-3220 

Union— Evening ; Ind-Dem; Est. '73:16-68p 
17X22; Sub. .S3. New Haven Union Co. 
Circ ®-15657 

Union— Sunday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '71; 20-36p 
17X22; Sub. S2. New Haven Union Co. 
Circ 2-8822 

Yale Alumni Weekly— Wednesday ; Literary ; 
Est. '91; 8-28p 11X16; Sub. S3. Lewis S. 
Welch. (Published mo. during .July, Au- 
gust and .September; skips one week at 
Christmas time). Circ 1-5769 

Publisher's Statement .—The Weekly goes to homes. 
To the Yale reader and his family it continues, in its 
weekly reports from the Yale Campus, the experiences 
of hislifeat New Haven. To the professors and teach- 
ers of other schools and colleges of the country it an- 
nounces i rom week to week the working and develop- 
ment of the Yale system of education. Its readers are 
jjeople of means.young and middle-aged men and their 
families, students in school and college, professors, 
lirincipals and teachers. It is our l)elief that no paper 
is better read, read by better peoi)le, or used by better 
advertisers. 

Yale Courant—t Fortnightly (Sat); Collegiate; 
Est.'65 ; 52p 3 1-4X6 : Sub. S2. Yale Col- 
lege. Circ S-645 

Yale Daily News— t Morning ; Collegiate : Est. 
'78 : 4p 12X17: Sub. S4. Yale University. 
Circ ®-2400 

Yale Literary Magazine— t Monthly ; Collegi- 
ate ; Est. '36 ; 62p ; Sub. $3. Yale College. 
Circ ®-500 

Yale Medical Journal— Mo. dur. Coll. year; 
Est. '94: 6()p 7X10: Sub. .S2. Yale Medi- 
cal School. Circ. @-950 

Yale Record— t Fortnightly (Sat); Collegiate; 
Est. '71 : 16p 9X12; Sub..S2.50. Yale Col- 
lege. Circ J-937 

Yale Revie-W- Quarterly ; Collegiate; Est. '92; 
112p6X10: Sub. S3. Tuttle, Morehouse & 
Taylor. Circ 3;-600 

Yale Scientific Monthly— Monthly; Collegi- 
ate; Est. '95: 5()-60p 6X9; .Sub. $2.50. 
Shetfield Scientific School. Circ (D-350 

NE"W LONDON*, 17548; New London, 82758; 50m 
E of New Haven, terminus New London, Stonington 
and Valley div. N. Y.,N. H. & H. and New London 
Northern div. C. V. Rys. Has good harbor at the 
mouth of the Thames river; has three steamer lines, 
with daily service to New Y^ork and enjoys a large 
coast trade in coal, lumber and general merchandise. 
Has the Brainard & Armstrong (silk) Co., New Lon- 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



don Wash Silk Co., Palmer Bros, and R. T. Palmer 
Mfg. Co., comfortables; Brown Cotton Gin Co., 
Babeock Printing Press Co., D. E. Whiton Machine 
Co., drill chucks; Pequot Foundry & Machine Works, 
Morgan Iron Works, foundry and marine railway; 
Oneco Mfe. Co., electrical machinery; Fisher's Island 
Brick compan, C. D. Boss & Son, crackers; and 
minor industries, ship yards, granite quarries and mo- 
numental works. Seat of Williams Institute for Girls 
and Bulkeley Free (endowed) High School. Has a U. S. 
nava) station and army garrison. The Thames River 
at this iioint is the favorite course for the Yale-Har- 
vard and other college boat races. Is an attractive 
summer resort. Val. .'?in,(>()(),()00. Express; Tele- 
grajih. Nat. Bank of Commerce. Crocker House. 
Day— Evening; Ind-Rep; Est. '81; 8-16p 
17x21 1-2; Sub. !if6. Theo. Bodenwein 
(The Wednesday edition is used as a week- 
ly, with 4 pages of selected matter added ; 
Sub. §1. This edition has a circulation of 
r)15() when combined with that of the 

daily). Circ ;i;-5198 

Globe— Evening; Ind: Est. '90; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. .-^S. Globe Pub. Co. Circ f-SSOO 

Telegraph— Morning; Dem; Est. '85; 8p 
18x25; Sub. |i5. Telegraph Publishing Co. 
Circ ®-4500 

NEW MILFORD, (twp.) 4804: Litchfield, G3672 ; 14m 
NE of Danbuiy on Berkshire div. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. 
Has New Milford Hat Co., Bridgeport Wood Finishing 
Co.. Eastern Eounge Co.. Wannapee Pottery Co. and 
minor interests employing 4()() people, with monthly 
jiay roll of .§20,000, ancl .$1500 extra in tobacco season. 
Is farming trade centre for surrounding region with 
12000 pop. and annual trade of .s700,000. Seat of 
Ingleside school for girls and Weantinaug (E])isco)ial) 
school for boys. Is summer resort. "\'al. .'?2,054,- 
300. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. New 
J^ngland Hotel. 

Gazette— Fridav ; Ind; Est. '72; 4p 22x26; 

8ub. .«;2. Joshua A. Bolles. Circ 3)-1350 

NEWTOWN, (twp.) 3276 ; Fairfield. 184.203 ; 18m N of 
Bridgeport, junction New England, Shepaug, Litcli- 
lield cV Northern and Berkshire div. N. Y.. N. H. & H. 
Rys. Industries. Fabric Hose Co., employing 200 
hands. Is trade centre of farming section. Has sum- 
mer visitors. Val. .?1,682,033. Express; Telegraiih. 
Newtown Savings Bank. Grand Central Hotel. 

Bee— Fridav; Ind; Est. '77; 8-lOp 18x24; 

Sub..«l."25. Bee Pub. Co. Circ (l)-4200 

NOR WALK, (twp.) 6125 ; Fairfield, 184,203 ; 42m NE of 
New York on mam line and southern terminus of Dan- 
bury div. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. Has good harbor with 
daily freight steamers to New York, daily passenger ser- 
vice to New York in summer and tri-weekly steamers to 
Huntington, I.,. I. Has Crofut & Knapj), J. C. Wilson, 
Yolk, W. B. Hubbell and A. C. Wheeler, hat compa- 
nies, Dennis & Blanchard, Otto Barthol, S. C. Pal- 
mer & Co., Hatter's Fur Mfg. Co., Joseph Asch, Mar- 
tin Bates, Jr. & Co., hats; Norwalk Lock Co., Lock- 
wood Mfg. Co., locks and hardware : Norwalk Heating 
& Lighting Co., acetylene gas machines; Norwalk Iron 
Works Co., Norwalk Pottery Co., Lounsbury & Bissell 
Co., Norwalk Mills Co., woolens. Is seat of Norwalk 
University, Miss Mead's and Miss Baird's seminaries. 
Trolley to Rowayton and Bridgeport, Darien, Stamford 
and P^'ast Norwalk, Westport, Broad River and Roton 
Point in summer. Val. .'$6,168,673. Express; Tele- 
graph. Fairfield Co. Nat. Bank. Norwalk Hotel. 

Hour— Evening; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .S5. Norwalk Printing Co. Circ @-3156 

I'liblisher's Statement. — We desire to call your at- 
tention to the fact that The Norwalk Hour, Daily 
and Weekly, has long been recognized as one of the 
most profitable advertising mediums in Connecticut. 
It is so rated by all the advertising agencies of the 
coiintn,-. The hour has a large and growing circula- 
tion in each of the following towns : The Norwalks, 
19.9:5'2 population; Westport, 4,017 ; Fairfield, 4,489; 
Darien, 3,116; New Canaan, 2,968; Ridgefleld, 
2.(;2C>; Wilton, 1,598; Redding, 1,420; Weston, 840, 
thus reaching a constituency of over 41,000. Sample 
copies and rate cards cheerfully furnished. 

Hour— Saturdav ; Ind; Est. '71; 8p 17x22; 

Sub. .SI. Norwalk Printing Co. Circ (D-4018 

NORWICH*, 17251; New London, 82758; 13m N of 
New London on N. Y. N. H. & H., and New London North- 
ern div. C. V. Ry. ; at head of navigation on Thames 



river; has three lines of freight steamers to New Y'ork 
and three summer excursion boats to shore resorts and 
Block Island. Here are located the Attawaugan, 
Slater, Falls, Whitestone, Shetucket. Ossawan, Gris- 
wold and Ponemah cotton mills, U. S. Finishing Co.. 
Hall Bros., woolen goods; Benj. Lucas & Co., flannels; 
Clinton Mills, blankets ; Totoket and Owaneco silk 
mills; Uncas and A. H. Hubbard I'aper companies, 
Ulmer Leather Co., Pequot Brass Foundry Co., Cres- 
cent Firearms Co., Hopkins & Allen Mfg. Co., pistols, 
bicycles, etc.; C. B. Rogers & Co., woodworking ma- 
chinery; Richmond Stone Co., Norwich Belt Mfg. Co., 
Norwich Cutlery Co., Norwich Nickel and Brass AVorks, 
the W. H. Page Boiler Co.. and minor interests, emjiloy- 
ing 4936 people, with monthly wage receipts of over 
.§150,000. Has large wholesale and jolibing trade and 
is the commercial centre of eastern Conne(^ticut. Seat 
of the famous Slater memorial art museum and the 
magnificent William W. Backus Hosiiital. Val. .■?37,- 
554,497. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Wauregan House. 

Bulletin— Morning; Rep; Est. '58; 8p 17x23; 

Sub. .SO. Bulletin Co. Circ 1-4641 

PultUsher's Statruicitf^ — The Bulletin sets all of its 
matter ; covers its local field thoroughly, besides cov- 
ering all the good news of the surrounding towns : has 
its own carriers in Willimantic, Danielson and Put- 
nam ; is the only paper in Eastern Connecticut hav- 
ing no street sales — all route service, and gives the 
advertiser more for his money than any paper in 
Eastern Connecticut. 

Courier (semi-weekly edition of Bulletin)— 

Tuesday and Fridav; Rep; p:st. 1796; 8p 

17x23; Sub. 50c. 'Bulletin Co. Circ S-6600 

Le Canado-Americain I French)— Friday: Ind; 

Est. 98; 4p 20X:i6; .Sub. .§1. Louis Tesson. 

Circ y-1475 

Record— Evening; Ind; Est. '88; «p 15x22; 

.Suli. .*(•>. Cleworth & Pullen. Circ |;-3383 

Cooley's Weekly (weekly edition of Record)— 

Fridav ; Ind ; Est. '76 ; 8p 15x22 ; Sub. 50c. 

Cleworth & Pnllen. Circ ^-3540 

NORTH CANAAN (P- O. address Canaan), 1803; 
Litchfield. 63,672; 55in N. W. of Hartford, on C. N. 
E. Ry.at junction with Berkshire div.N. Y'., N. H. & 
H. Ry. Here are lime kilns, blast furnaces, steam saw 
mills', sash and blind factory and marble quarries. Is 
trade center for mfg. pop. " Val. .§926,501. Express; 
Telegraph (at Canaan). Bank. Warner House. 

Western News— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '71;4p 

20X26; Sub. .§2. S. C. Beckley. Circ 1,-900 

PUTNAM*, (twp.) 7348 ; Windham, 46861 ; 61m SW of 
Boston, Mass., on main line and Norwich div. N. Y".. N. 
H. & H. Ry. Has Morse Mills Mfg. Co., sheeting; Mon- 
ohansett Mfg. Co., cottons; The .lolin A. Datly Corjin., 
Hammond, Knowlton & Co., Rich & Law, silks; Will- 
iam S. Johnson & Co., shoes; B.M. Kent & Co.. build- 
ers' finish; Putnam Foundry &Machine Corpn., Putnam 
Woolen Co., Box Gorjin., and the I'utnam Mfg. Co., 
sheetings; Wheaton Building & Lumber Co., John O. 
Fox & Co.. lumber; and minor industries employing 
1525 jieople. Is trade centre for surrounding towns. 
Has summer suburbs. Val. .§3.000.000. Express; Tel- 
egraph. First Nat. Bank. Bugbee House. 

Observer— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '82; 8-12p 
18X24; Sub. $1. Nathan W. Kennedy. 
Circ (g)-410Q 

Patriot -Fridav; Rep; Est. '72; 8pl71-2x25; 

.Sub. .Si. . 50. ' MacDonaldiS Williams. Circ.f.-120a 

RIDGEFIELD, (twp.) 2626; Fairfield, 184,203; 15m N 
of Norwalk, terminus Ridgefleld br., Danbury div. N. Y'., 
N. H. & H. Ry. In a farming district. Is a summer 
resort, quarries quartz and feldspar, and ships milk to 
New York. Val. $1,839,012. Express; Telegraph. 
Ridgefleld .Savings Bank. Bailey Inn. 

Press— Thursday; Ind; Est. '74; 8p 13 1-2x20; 

Sub. .§1.50. W.A.White. Circ ...@-1000 

Piihlislirr's Statement. — The Ridgefleld Press cir- 
culates in a territory in Connecticut and Westches- 
ter County, N. Y., which is covered by no other 
single paper. The people are prosperous, are cash 
buyers, trade largely in New York city, and seven- 
eighths of them take no other p:iper. Eight rural de- 
livery routes scatter the Press thoroughly. It accepts 
only first-class advertising an<l does not i>ermit its 
columns to be used by cheap concerns. In short it is 
a high-class local weekly newspaper, with a con- 
stituency all its own. and as full of sunshine as an 
egg is full of feathers. 



COJiTNEC'TICUT. 



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EOCKVILLE, 7287: Tolland, 24523; 17m NE of Hart- 
luid iin Kd kviUe hr. N. Y., N. H. & H. Hy. Leads the 
suite 111 tlif manufacture of woolens and the country in 
the iiroduction of tine goods. The river falls 185 feet 
at this point and furnishes magnificent water jiower 
for the IJockville Warp Mills, Helding Uros. & Co., 
silk mills: AVliite, Corbin & Co., envelopes; the Hocka- 
num Co.. tine woolens; and the manufacture of cotton 
goods, thread, etc. Is trade centre for surrounding 
towns, trolley to Hartford and Manchester. Val. 
,'*7,54:4.803. 'Express: Telegraph. IJockville Jsat. 
kiiik. The Rockville Hotel. 

Journal— Tuesday and Fridav; Ind; Est. '67; 

-Vi. 17x22; Sub. .?1.50. T. S. Pratt & Son. 

(ire ®-1200 

Leader— Tuesday and Friday; Non-political; 

hst. ■7;t; 8p'l8x22; Sub". .•?1.50. Kady ^; 

Brown. Circ 4-1350 

SCOTLAND, Windham 

White Ribbon Banner— Monthly; Temper- 
ance; Est. ".SU; 4p; IIXIG; Sub. 2.5c. 
Lisa K. Fuller. Circ (3^-1500 

SEYMOUR, (twp.)3541 : New Haven, 209,103 ; 10m NW 
<if New Haven on the Naugatuck div. N. Y., N. H. & H. 
Ry. Has works and general offices of the New Haven 
Copper Co., The Humphreysville Mfg. Co., the Seymour 
Mfg. ( o., the H.A. Matthews Mfg. ( o., the Rimmh Mfg. 
Co.. the .James Swan Co., and the Fowler Nail Co. and 
manufactories of mechanics' tools, brass, copper and 
German silver goods, wire, kettle bottoms, rods, copper 
tubes, paper, plush, brocka telle, fountain pens, subma- 
rine cables, electric insulated materials, turning lathes, 
bicycle parts, stove trimmings, etc. Iron castings, etc. 
Is "trade centre for surrounding towns with 6000 
pop. \"al, .S<2.'J27.884. Express; Telegraph. Seymour 
Valley Nat. Bank. Seymour House. 

Record -Thursday; Ind; Est. '71; 8p 15x22; 

Suh. sl.50. AV. C. Sharpe. Circ ®-1174 

SOUTHINGTON, (borough) 5890; Hartford, 195.415; 
23m N of New Haven on Northampton div. N.Y'.,N. H.& 
H . Ry. Has Feck, Stow & Wilcox Co., turners' machines 
and tools; Southington Cutlery Co., cutlery, wood 
screws and curry combs; Aetna Nut Co., Atwater Mfg. 
Co.. carriage hardware; H. D. Smith & Co., carriage 
^nd bicycle forgings ; Blakeslee Forging Co., Beaton 
& Corbin Co., floor and ceiling plates; L. D. Frost & 
Son, Clark Bros. & Co., liolts; Acme Mfg. Co., light 
hardware: Wolcott Hardware Co., carriage hardware; 
and minor interests. Is summer resort. Val. .'*2, 553,- 
791. Express; Telegraph. Southington Nat. Bank. 
Bradley House. » 

Phoenix- Tuesday and Friday ; Rep ; Est. '72 ; 
S-lOp 19x24; Sub. $2. Southington Pub. 
Co. Circ 'D-1141 

SOTJTH MANCHESTER, 1200; Hartford, 105,415; 
9m E of Hartford, terminus Manchester br. Highland 
div. N. Y.. N. H. & H. Ry. and South Manchester Ry. 
Has Cheney Bros., silks and velvets; Case Bros., paper 
mills and other interests. Val. (twp.) .$10,870,744. 
Exjiress; Telegraph. Hartford Nat. Bank, Hartford. 

News— Friday; Local; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .'?1. "W. J. Flood. Circ @-1500 

SOUTH NOR WALK, 6591; Fairlield, 184,203; 38m 
SW of New Haven on New York, New Haven & Hart- 
ford and Shepaug, Litchfield & Northern Rys. ; on Nor- 
walk river near its mouth. Has Dennis & Blanchard, 
straw hats; The Old Well Cigar Co.; Lounsbury, Math- 
ewson & Co., shoes; Xorwalk Ironworks Co., Nor- 
walk Lock Co., R. & G. Corset Factoiy, The Craw 
Laundry Machine Co., Barker Bros. Launch Works and 
ten felt" hat factories. Trolley to Norwalk, Roway- 
ton, Darien, Stamford, Westpoft and Bridgeport. Val. 
(tw]i.) .SO, 168, 673. Express; Telegraph. City Nat. 
Bank. Mahackemo Hotel. 

Sentinel— Evening; Ind; Est. '70; 8p 17 l-2x 

24 l-2;Sub. $5. James Golden. Circ. . .(f -2850 

SOUTHPORT, (Fairfield twp.) 3868 ; Fairfield, 184.203 ; 
7ni SW of Bridgeport on New York, New Haven & 
Hartford Ry. ; on Long Island sound. Has C. O. .Jelliff 
A: Co., hardware and wire goods; manufactories of 
farmiiifj implements, paper pails and rubber g:oods. Is 
in a farming and onion g-rowing section. Trolley to 
Bridgeport. Val. (Fairfield twp.) .§2,249,903. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Southport Nat. Bank. 

Chronicle— -VIonday and Thursday ; Ind ; Est. 
'90; 4p 15x22; Sub. .§1.25. W. B. Per- 
mev. Circ 3,-1500 



STAFFORD SPRINGS, 2460; Tolland, 21583; 25m 
NK of Hartford on New London Northern div. Grand 
Trunk Ry. Has mineral springs with medicinal pro- 
]ierties, liottling works, woolen mills, machine shops 
and other industries. A fashionable summer resort. 
Val. (twp.) §1,989,274. Exjiress; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank. Stafford Si)rings House. 

Press— Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '58; 4p 
20x26; Sub. .§1.25. Lewis McLaughlin. 
(Prints an edition under the name of Lo- 
cal Register. So. Coventry.) Comb. Circ... S -1354 

STAMFORD, (twp.) 18839; Fairfield, 184.203; 34m 
NE of ( ireater New York on main lineand terminus New 
Canaan br. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. ; on Long Island Sound 
with daily passenger and freight steamers to New 
York. Has Yale & Towne Mfg Co., Yale locks; Stam- 
ford (dye stuff) Mfg. Co., Blickensderfer Typewriter Co., 
Schleicher & Sons, pianos; Davenport &" Treacy Co.'s 
liiano plates and manufactories of lumber, lincrusta, 
cement, barytes, Paris white, drugs and chemicals, 
flags, society regalias and otlier products. Is trade 
centre for outlying towns with 22000 pop. Trolley to 
Darien and Norwalk. Has many private schools and is 
a well known summer resort and residential city for 
New York business men. Has Stamford Hosiiital, 
Ferguson library and two sanitariums. Yal .§20,(»00 
000. Express; Telegraiih. Stamford Nat. Bank. 
Grand Union Hotel. 
Advocate— Evening; ex Thurs; Rep: Est. '92; 

8ii 15x22; Sub. .§4. (iillespie Bros. 

Circ 3 -3300 

Advocate-Thursday; Rep; Est. '29; 6p 

15 22: Sub. SI. Gillespie Bros. Circ S-3300 

Poultry Standard-Monthly; Est. '99; 32p 
9X12; Sub. 50c. Poultry Standard Co. 
Circ : D-7000 

Telegram— Evening; Dem; Est. '97; 8 p 15X 

22; Sub. |i5. Stamford Telegram Co. Circ. 4,-1600 

STONINGTON, 2278 ; New London. 82758; 12m E 
of New London on Stonington div. N. Y., N. H. & H. 
Ry. and seacoast with daily steamers to New York. 
Has hardware, tinware and silver plating factories. 
Has good shipiiing and coast trade. Val. (twp.) 
.§2,976.858. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Hotel Columljus. 

Mirror— Tuesday and Friday ; Ind; Est. '69; 
4p 15x22; Sub. .§1. .1." S. Anderson, Jr. 
(Prints an edition under the name of 
Journal, Mystic.) Coml). Circ ;3:-1250 

THOMASTON, 3300: Litchfield. 63072; lOm N ot 
Waterliury on Naugatuck div. N. Y., N. H. & H. Ry. 
Its industries are rolling mills, clock, scissor, cutlery, 
and shears factories. Seth Thomas clock works are 
here. Val. (twp.) .§1,507,372. Express; Telegraph. 
Thomaston Nat. Bank. Thomaston House. 
Express-Friday; Rep; Est. '80; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. .§1.50. F. W. Etheridge. Circ ^-900 

THOMPSONVILLE, 4833 ; Hartford, 195,415; 8m S of 
Springfield. JIass. on Hartford div. N. Y., N. H. & 
H. Ry. The leading manufacturing concerns are: 
Hartford Carpet Cor])oration, carpeting and rugs; 
Bushnell Press Co., oil presses ami machineiy: The 
Westtteld Plate Co., coffin trimmings, Goodson Grapho- 
type Co. Express; Telegraph. The Thompsonville Trust 
Co., Bankers. Thompsonville Hotel. 

Press— Thursday ; Neutral; Est. '80; 4p 
20x20; Sub. §1.50. Parsons Printing Co. 
Circ t-llOO 

TORRINGTON, 8300: Litchfield, 63672; 20ra N of 
Waterbuiy on Naugatuck div. N. Y.. N. H. & H. Ry. 
Has Coe Brass Mfg. Co., Excelsior Needle Co., Union 
Hardware Co.. Eagle Bicycle Co., Hendey Machine Co., 
Hotchkiss Bros. & Co.. doors, sash, blinds, etc.; 
Warrenton Woolen Co. and The Torrington Print- 
ing Co. and minor industries. Is trade centre for sur- 
rounding towns with 20000 pop. Has trolley to Wins- 
ted. Val. .§7,196,379. Express; Telegraph. Brooks 
Nat. Bank. Conley's Inn. 

Register— Evening; Rep; Est.'89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §5. Torrington Ptg. Co. Giro (f-2150 

Register-Friday ; Rep ; Est. '74; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. Torrington Ptg. Co. Circ (D-500 

UNIONVILLE, 1852; Hartford, 195.415; 20m W of 
Hartford on New Hartford br. N. Y.,N. H. & H. Ry. 
A manufacturing town. Express; Telegraph. H. S. 
Collins & Co., Bankers. Collinsville. L'nionville House. 



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Tunxis Press-rriday; Local; Est. '97; 4p 

1.") • 22; Sub. $1. Frank L. Heacox. Circ..(J;-600 

WATERBURY*, 5-iOOO; New Haven. 26'.»,163; 2r.m 
SW <j1 Hartf(jrd on Hi^'hlanil anil XauKatuek divs., 
terminus AVatertown l>r. N. Y., X. H. & H. Ky. AVater- 
Inirv has 40-iinanufactories, with .s23,400,0O0 capital, 
1401-1 employes, monthlv pa V roll of .^465.000 and an 
annual product valued at .S'33, 800,000. The leading 
concerns are: Rogers & Bro., silver plated ware: Bene- 
dict & Burnham Mfg. Co., sheet brass and wire; 
Holmes, Booth <t Havdens. Uandolph & Clowes, sheet 
brass and coi>per: Scovill Mfg. Co., brass and brass 
goods; Smith ^: (iriggs Mfg. Co., brass and metal 
goods; .Steele & .Tohnson Mfg. Co., brass goods and 
buttons ; Rogers & Hamilton, metal ware; American 
Ring Co.. Matthews & Willard Mfg. Co., carriage and 
harness trimmings and stove knobs; Oakville Co., 
pins; Waterburv Watch, Needle. Buckle. Brass, Blank 
Book Mfg., Farrel Foundry & Machine and Button and 
Metal Goods Mfg. companies. Is manufacUiring trade 
centre for surrounding region. Is the seat of St. Mar- 
garet's (Episcopal) School for Girls. Attracts summer 
visitors. Val. 843,000,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Waterbury Nat. Bank. Scovill House. 
American— Evening ; Ind; Est. '60; 10-lGp 
1SX24; .Sub. $6. American Printing 

Co. Circ 3-6300 

American— Tuesday and Friday ; Ind ; Est. '44 ; 
S-12p 18x24; Sub. S2. American Print- 
ing Co. Circ S-3000 

Democrat— Evening; Dem; Est. '87; 8-12p 
17 1-4x23 1-2; Sub. $5. Cornelius Ma- 

loney. Circ S-4100 

Le Connecticut (French)— Friday; Rep; Est. 
■;»7- 4)1 20x20; Sub. §1. Louis Tesson. 

Circ........ S-1825 

Republican— Morning; Rep; Est. '81; C-lOp 

17/ 24; Sub. . 16. Lathrop & Pape. Circ.il-6104 
"WEST HAVEN) (twp.) 5247 ; New Haven, 269.103: 3m 
SW ot New Haven on New York, New Haven & Hartford 
Ry. Has Mathushek Piano Mfg. Co., West Haven 
Buckle Co., New Huven Mfg. Co., American Buckle 
Co., American Novelty Wire Goods Mfg. Co., other 
minor industries and large slaughtering estalilish- 
ment. with capacity of 2400 hogs, daily. Trolley 
to Milford, Woodmont, Bridgeport and New Haven. 
Val. .«3, 500,000. Express; Telegraph. Savin Rock 
House. 
Times— Saturday ; Local; Est. '94; 4p 16x22; 

.Sub. SI. E.P.Thomas. Circ ^-768 

West Shore Journal— Saturday ; Local ; Est. 
'88; 8p 15x22; Sub. .50c. Stafford Print- 
ing Co. (Issued in summer only.) Circ — S-775 

WESTPORT, (twp.) 4017 ; Fairfield, 184.203; 3m E of 
Norwalk on New York, New Haven & Hartford Ry. Has 
.Saugatuck Mfg. Co,, buttons ; Lees Mfg. Co., cord and 
twines; C. H. Kemper, tannery; Embalmers' Supply 
Co.. embalming fluid; and other industries. Trolley to 
Bridgeport, Fairfield, Norwalk, South Norwalk and 
Stamford. Val. 82,507,923. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Westport House. 
Westporter-Herald— Tuesday and Friday; 
Ind;Est.'76; 8p 15x22; Sub.fl.50. WiUis 
S. Jones. Circ (3)-1250 

WESTVILLE. 1975; New Haven, 209,163; 1 l-2m 
NWofand suburb of New Haven, nearest railroad 
jioint. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Nev? 
Haven. 
Times— Saturday; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. SI. Times Pub. Co. (Prints an edi- 
tion under same name for Hamden.) 
Comb. Circ «>-1000 



WILLIM ANTIC, 8937; Windham, 46861; 32m E 
of Hartlortl on main line and Providence br. N. E.. 
and New London Northern div. C- V. Rys. AVilli- 
manticand Natehaug rivers furnish abundant power. 
Has American Thread Co., Willimantic Cotton Co.,. 
Windham Cotton Co., Holland Silk (thread) Co., 
Windham Silk Co., Willimantic Machine Co. and minor 
industries employing 2500 people, with monthly pay 
roll of S75,000. Is trade center for surrounding 
towns, with 40000 pop. Has a state Normal school. 
Val. 812.000,000. Express; Telegraph. Windham 
Nat. Bank. Hotel. 

Chronicle-Evening; Ind;Est. '91;8p 15x22; 

Sub. S5. Chronicle Printing Co. Circ. .. 4 -3125- 

Chronicle— Wednesday : Ind; Est. "77; 8p 
15 '22; Sub. SI. Chronicle Printing Co. 
Circ... ®-1840- 

Journal— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '47; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. Hall & Bill Printing Co. Circ. $-2000- 

"WINDSOR LOCKS, (twp.) .3062; Hartford, 195,415; 
12m N of Hartford on main line, terminus Suttield & 
Windsor Locks br. N. Y., N. H. and H. Ry. Has Wind- 
sor Paper Co., Anchor Mills Co.. C. H. Dexter & Sons, 
paper; V. H. Whittelsv, tissue paper: Windsor Silk 
Co., spool silk; E. Horton & Son Co., screw chucks; 
Medlicott Co., hosiery; J. R. Montgomery ( o.. cotton 
warps and Windsor Locks Machine Co. Is trade centra 
for farming section; trolley to Thompsonville and 
Springfield. Mass. Val. 81,724,580. Express; Tele- 
graph. Windsor Locks Savings Bank. Charter Oak 
Hotel. 

Journal-Friday; Ind; Est. '80; 4p 20x20; 

Sub. .11.50. J.M.Morse. Circ 5y-750' 

WINSTED*, 7743: Litchfield, 63672; 45m NAY of 
Hartford on Central New England Ry. terminus Nauga- 
tuck div. N. Y.. N. H. & H. Rys. Has Winsted Mfg.. 
Co,, scythes; Wm. L. Gilbert Clock Co., Edge Tool Co.^ 
Franklin Moore Co.. bolts; New England I'in Co... 
Strong Mfg Co., jdated ware: Winsted Silk Co.. AVin- 
sted Yarn Co., Winsted Hosiery Co.. Metalifonn Co.,. 
New England Knittmg Co., Richards' Hardware Co.,. 
and minor interests, employing 2500 people, with 
monthly jiay roll of 8150,000. Is trade centre for 
large farming and manufacturing section with 25000- 
pop. and annual trade of 81.000,000; trolley to Tor- 
rington. Has summer visitors. Val. 84,90O,()O0. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Winchester. 

Citizen— Evening; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. S5. Citizen Printing Co. Circ f-lSSO 

Herald— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '53; 8p 
15x22; Sub. .§1. Citizen Printing Co. 
Circ ®-540 

Leader-Friday; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. CJitizen Printing Co. Circ ®-1500' 

"WOODBURY, (twp.) 1988; Litchfield. 63G72: 12m W 
of Waterbury ; nearest railroad point, Pomp^'iang Val- 
ley. Has Daniel Curtis's Sons woolen mills, knife- 
arid shear works, employing 200 people. Val. 81.000,- 
000. Express; Telegraph. Woodbury Savings Bank. 
Curtis House. 
Reporter-Thursday ;Ind ; Est.'77 ; 4p 17 l-4x 

22; .Sub. 81.50. A. E. Knox. Circ (S-600 



Advertising is the "Golden Gate" to prosperity. 

Advertising is the lever that moves the business 
world. 

Some people tnj to do their oum advertising who 
rvouldivt dare decide ajwint ofUnc—one is as difficult 
as the other. 



DELAWARE. 



Capital, Dover. Settled at Wilmington bv Swedes in 1638. Population 184.735. Area, 2380 sq. miles. Acres 
of farmland, 1,100,000: value of farm land, .§37,000,000. State debt, ,$811,702. Vote lOUO: Rep. 22529; 
Dem. 18858; Social Bern. 57; Fro. 538. 

Delaware is bounded on the north by Pennsylvania ; on the east by Delaware bay ; and on the south and 
west by Maryland. The second smallest state in the Union, Delaware is one of the busiest and has a great di- 
versity of interests. The northern part of the state is hilly and contains deposits of porcelain, clay and iron 
ore; the southern is a low, alluvial plain. The fisheries are of considerable importance and include "shad, her- 
ring, bass, terrapin, soft shell crabs and oysters. Good water power is obtained on Brandywine Creek. Dela- 
ware has ',1000 farms, worth .'?37,00O,00O, on which are raised every year 4,000,000 bushels of corn, 12,000,000 
bushels of wheat, large quantities of oats, sorghum, berries, dairj- products, tomatoes, grapes, melons and 
7,000,000 quarts of strawberries. Delaware peaches are famous. The state has 55000 acres devoted to this 
fruit and millions of baskets are shipped annually. On the Brandywine there are deposits of line granite for 
building. Extensive brick works have grown out of the clay and kaolin beds around "Wilmington. The manu- 
factures of the state aggregate §50,000,000 a year and include iron ships, cars, iron and steel goods, powder, 
leather, cotton, pulp, paper, etc. There are three counties and newspapers are published in them all. The 
principal cities and towns are : Wilmington, New Castle, Dov-er, Milford, Smyrna, Lewes, Delaware City, Laurel, 
Middletown and Seaford. • 



DOVER*, (state capital), 3329 ; Kent, 32762 ; 75m S of 
Philadeli)hia on Delaware div. P. Ry. Has Rich- 
ardson & Robbins, fruit and meat canners: Dover 
Ice Mfg. Co., Jacob Levy & Co. distillery; Dover Ma- 
chine Works, Dover Crate & Basket factory, shirt 
and silk factory. Diamond Paint Works and other in- 
<lustries, employing 750 people. Is farming, fruit, 
berry and vegetable growing trade centre for central 
Delaware. Seat of Wilmington (Methodist Episc.) 
Conference Academy. Has home offices Delaware and 
Kent County Mutual Insurance companies. Val. .§1,- 
620.940. Express ; Telegraph. Eirst Nat. Bank. Hotel 
Richardson. 
Delawarean— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '59; 8-12p 

15x22; Sub. $1. William Saulsbury. 

Clrc D-2456 

Piibiifihfr's Statement .—The Delawarean is the old- 
est an<l best-established family weekly newspaper on 
the Delaware Maryland peninsula. It circulates in 
the richest agricultural section of Delaware. Reaches 
all the oldest families. Advertising rates furnished. 

Delaware Workman— Monthly ; A. O. I\W; 
Est. '95; 12p 13X18; Sub. fl. J.Milton 
Davidson. Circ (5-5338 



Index — Thursdav; Dem; 
15 1-2X22; Sub. .§1. T. F 



Est. '87; 8p 
Dunn. Circ..D-1209 



State News—Wednesday; Ind; Est. 1902; 
4p 18X24; Sub. .§1. Monroe Ashmore. 
Circ 1-1865 

State Sentinel-Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '74; 4p 
22 -30; Sub. .SI. Sentinel Printing Co. 
Circ 3-1400 

GEORGETOWN*, 1658; Sussex, 42276; 40m S of 
Dover on Delaware, Marvland and Virginia br. P., W. 
& B. Rv. Has cane and basket factories. Val. .'?373,- 
655. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' Bank. Eagle 
Hotel. 
Democrat— Saturday : Dem; Est. '82; 4p 

20,- 26 ; Sub. 81. Delaware Democrat Pub. 

C... Circ i -1324 

Eastern Shore Farms and Fruit Culturist— 
Monthlv; Horticultural; Est. '93; 16p 
8X12; Sub. 50c. Moore & Gates. Cire..f2,-10000 

Journal— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '67 ; 4p 20x26 ; 

Sub. si. Lynch & Jones. Circ (3:;-1486 

Republican— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '86; 4p 
20/ 2(); Sub. $1. Sussex Republican Pub. 
Co. Clrc (1)-1038 

LAUREL, 3850; Sussex, 42276 ; 40m S of Dover on 
Delaware div. P., W. & B. Ry. ; on Laurel river, with 
steamer service three times a week with Baltimore. 
Has flouring mill, knitting and canning factory, and 



manufactures crates and fruit baskets. Exports large 
quantities of fruit and lumber. Laurel Is second to 
AVilmington in manuiacturing enterprises, third in 
population and one of tlie wealthiest towns in the 
state. Val. .§455,500. Express; Telegraph. Sussex 
Teller and Safe Deposit Co., Laurel. Laurel House. 

Countian— Saturday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '85; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .§1. C. W. Kenney. Clre..(D-1500 

LEWES, 2259; Sussex, 42276; 13m E of Georgetown 
on Delaware, Maryland & Virginia br. P., W. & B. 
Ry. and Delaware bay. Has canning, fishing and agri- 
cultural interests. Ex]>ress; Telegraph. Farmers' 
Bank, Georgetown. Virden House. 

Pilot— Saturday ; Ind: '91; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

.§1. Delaware Pilot Pub. Co. Clrc 3-1150 

MIDDLETOWN, 1567 ; Newcastle, 109697 ; 25m SW of 
Wilmington on Delaware div. P., W. & B. Ry. Manu- 
factures shirts and general underwear ; grows fruit. 
Val. .§542.800. P^xjiress; Telegraph. Citizens' Nat. 
Bank. National Hotel. 

Churchman— Monthly : Prot. Episcopal; Est. 
•93: 12p8Xll; Sub. 25c. W. J. Wilkle. 
Circ i-l 100 

New Era— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '85 ; 4p 

2n 20; Sub..§l. Freeman & Weber. Circ.3-1465 

Transcript— Saturday : Rep; Est. '68; 4p 
j 20x26; Sub. .§1. T. S. Fouracre. Circ... 4 -1275 

MILFORD, 2500; Kent and Sussex, 75038; 62m S 
of Wilmington on Phik-.delphia, Wilmington & 
Baltimore Ry.; on Misplllion creek: has steamer con- 
nection witli Philadel]>hia. Is in farming and peach 
growing section. Has AVm. G. Abbott, shipbuilder; 
Reis & Hirsch and G. S. Grier «& Son, basket and box 
factories; home station for large sturgeon fishing 
Interests: David Reis, cannery; shirt factory. Ice plant 
and other interests. Val. §l,62O.940. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank. Central House. 

Chronicle— Friday; Rep: Est. '78; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. si. Theo. Townsend. Circ 1-2066 

News and Advertiser— Saturday; Ind-Rep; 
Est. '57; 4p 20x26; Sub. $1. Hynson 
& Mears. Circ ®-1000 

MILTON, 1276; Sussex, 42276; 9m NE of George- 
town; (^ueen Anne's Ry. to Baltimore connects at 
EUendale and Greeenwood with Pennsylvania Ry. In 
a farming region. Brick and pottery clay, vegetable 
packing factory, shirt and overall factory. Exijress; 
Telepraph. Sussex Trust and Safe Deposit. Ponder 
House. 
Times— Saturday ; Ind : Est. '97: 4p 17x24: 

Sub. §1. Times Pub. Co. Circ 4-1000 



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NEWARK. 1213; Newcastle, 109,697; 12m SW of 
Wilmington, terminus Newark & Delaware City, junc- 
tion Maryland div. 1'., W. & B. and Columbus & New- 
ark div.'B. iS: O. Kys. Here are jiajier and woolen 
mills, also m:\tch fac'torv and machine sl)Oi)s. A farm- 
ing town with State College. Val. $300,000. Ex- 
press; Telegrai)li. Nat. Bank of Newark. Deer Park 
Hotel. 

College Review— t Monthly : Est. '84; 20p 

iSX 12; Sub. SI. Delaware College. Circ...g-200 

Ledger— Saturday; Dem; Est. '76; 4i) 20x26; 

Sub. si. Bowen & Bro. Circ {J-1520 

NEWCASTLE*', 3380: Newcastle, 109,697; 5m S of 
Wilmington on Delaware div. P. Ry; at the head of 
Delaware bay: freight and passenger steamer connec- 
tion with Philadelphia, Pa., Baltimore, Md. and im- 
portant river towns. Has Delaware Iron Works. Triton 
Cotton Mills, Knowles Woolen Mills, New Castle Shirt 
factory, Lea Flour mill, shad fisheries, steam brick yard 
and minor industries, employing 1400 people. Trolley 
to "Wilmington. Val. $1,431,002. Express ; Telegraph. 
Farmers' Bank. Jefferson House. 

News— Saturday; Dem; Est. '— ; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. si. e: C. Bross. Circ f)-1200 

SEAFORD, 1724; Sussex 42276; 84m S of Wilming- 
ton on Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore br. 
P. and terminus Cambridge & Seaford Rys. Has 
phosphate works, canning factory, i)lanirig mills, 
shfrt factory, flour mills and oyster jiacking houses. 
Is trade centre for large agricultural section. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Sussex House. 

News— Saturday; Dem; Est. '91; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. .SI. W. H. Stevens. Circ ®-1000 

SMYRNA, 2.541 : Kent, 32762; 60m S ol Philadelphia, 
Pa. on Phnadel])hia, AVilmington & Baltimore, 
Ry.: on Smyrna river, with one steamer line to Wil- 
mington, Chester, Pa. and I'hiladelphia, Pa. Has the 
Smyrna .Shirt & Hosiery Mfg. Co., Bitzer Hosiery Mfg. 
Co.". .1. W. Tucker, overall factory; W. M. Lewis and H. 
D. Boyer & Co., farming tools; .1. H. Hoffecker & Son, 
J. B. Counselman & Co., canneries; L. M. Price, phos- 
]>hate factory; Geo. W. Taylor, machine shoj) ; Horace 
Mustard, tannery; Symran Transjiortation & Manufac- 
turing Co. and nianufactories of brick, tile and lumber. 
Is summer resort. Val. $1,080,000. Express; Tele- 
graph. Nat. Bank of Smyrna. Delaware House. 
Call— Tuesday ; Dem; Est.'89; 8p 18X24; Sub. 

si. J. C.Wickes. Circ S-1200 

Times— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. '54: 8p 31x44; 

Sub. .$1 . R. d". Hoflecker. Circ , . . . 3-1400 

WILMINGTON, 787010 ; Newcastle, 109,097 ; 50m SW 
of I'hiladelphia, Pa. on Pennsylvania, Baltimore & Ohio, 
Wilmington & Western and Wilmington & Northern 
Rys. Here are the Diamond State Rolling Mill, Mc- 
CuUough Iron Works, Lobdell Car AVheel Co., Harlan 
& Hollingsworth Co., iJackson & Sharp, Pusey & 
Jones and Moore's ship yards, Jackson & Sliarp, 
branch of American Car Works and Pullman Car 
Works, Dui)ont Powder Works, Delaware and Rem- 
ington Machine companies, fifteen morocco, five 
carriage, two stocking and six leather factor- 



ies, four iron works and rolling mills, five iron 
foundries, four furniture factories, axle works, hat 
factories, four breweries, pajier and jmlp mills and 
minor industries, einjiloying 20000 jieople. Is trade 
centre for iiorthern peninsula with large manufac- 
turing iiopulation; trolley to Newcastle, Gordon 
Heights and Elsmere. Val. $40,000,000. Express; 
Telegra])li. First Nat. Bank. Clayton Hovise. 

Afro-American Citizen (Colored)— Saturday; 
Ind: E^t. •'.',->: 4p 15x22; Sub. $1.50. 
Afro-American mib. Co. Circ ®-300 

Agents' Guide— Monthly : Agents ; Est.'88 : 8p 
15 1-2X22; Sub. 50c. Agents' Guide Pub. 

Co. Circ (3 -5000 

Every Evening— Evening; Ind -Dem; Est. 
"07; 4-8p 19x24; Sub. $o. Every Even- 
ing Printing Co. Circ X-10377 

Piihlishor'a Stdtement. — The circulation of Every 
Evening for the months of January and February, 
1903, exceeded 10,000, which is guaranteed to be 
more than the combined circulation of any other two 
daily newsp.ipers published in Delaware. Its value 
as an advertising medium is double that of any other 
newspaper in the state. Results in advertising prove 
this assertion. It carries more classihed advertising 
than all the other daily newspapers in the state com- 
biiiPd. 

Gazette and State Journal (weekly edition of 
Every Evening)— Thursday ; Dem; Est. 
1784'; 8)) 17x24; Sub. .$1. Every Evening 
Printing Co. Circ 1;-1550 

Farm and Home— Saturday; Agricultural; 
Est. "85; lOp 10X14; Sub. 50c. Farmand 
Home Pub. Co. Circ @-6750 

Freie Press (German)— Evening; Ind ; Est. '81 ; 

4]) lsx24; Sub. $5. A. D. Jacobson. 

Circ 3 -3900 

Journal— Evening; Rep; Est. '88; 6- 8p 17x23; 

Sub. $3. The Evening Journal Pub. Co. 

Circ I -6408 

Justice— Saturday ; Single Tax; Est. '88; 4p 

14x22; Sub. $1. Justice Pub. Co. Clrc..®-300 

News— Morning; Rep; Est. '80; 6-12p 17x24; 

Sub. $3. The News Pub. Co. Circ 2)-9485 

Peninsular Methodist— Saturday ; Methodist: 

Est. '75; lOp 11X15; .Sub. $1. Methodist 

Pub. Co. Circ 4 -3000 

Republican— Evening; Rep; Est. '75; 4p 

19X20; Sub. $3. Republican Ptg. & Pub. 

Co. Circ g)-630() 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '26; 8p 

19X 20 : Sub. $2. Republican Ptg. & Pub. 

Co. Circ 1,-837 

Star— Sunday; Ind; Est. '81: 8p 17x24; Sub. 

.si..-)0. Star Pub. Co. Circ I)-7722 

Stars and Stripes-Monthly; Jr. O. U. A. M; 

Est. '95 ; 4p 13X1S ; Sub. 25c. Stars Pub. 

Co. Circ (J)-2C00 

Sun— Evening; Rep; Est. '97; 4p 15 1-2X22; 

Sub. $3. John P. Mullins. Circ (3;-4000 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



WASHINGTON, (Xational capital) 285,000; on 
Baltimore & Ohio, junction Chesapeake & Ohio, 
Philadelphia, "Wilmington & Baltimore and South- 
€i"n Rys. : last navigable point on the Potomac 
river, with steamer service to Fortress Monroe 
and Norfolk, Va., Chesapeake & Ohio canal to 
■Cumberland, Md.: i)rincipal traftlc, coal. Has 
many suburban electric car lines, connecting, 
among other places, Alexandria, Mt. Vernon and Falls 
Church, Ya. and Silver Springs, Takoma Park, Glen 
Echo and Cabin John's Bridge, Md. The capital city 
has 22'.ir) manufactories, with §^28, 805, 089 capital, 
23401 em])loyees, monthly pay roll of §1,218,555, and 
an annual product worth .§39,331,437. The leading 
concerns are: Swift & Co., pork packers; National 
Capital and Chris llenrich Brewing comjjanies, E. E. 
Jackson Luml.)er Co., J. E. Herrell & Co., brick; G. W. 
Cissel & Co., millers. Like a great spider's web lies 
the city, among a cluster of gently rising hills. Half 
the entire area of the city is in streets and parks. 
M'ashinwtun has 120 miles' of the widest streets in the 
world. Shaded by grand old trees and paved with as- 
phalt. 3Iassachusetts avenue, five miles in length and 
160 feet wide. Is the city's linest street, and Pennsyl- 
vania avenue, from the Capitol to the Treasury, is per- 
haps the most noted. Here are: Georgetown, How- 
ard, the Methodist and the Catholic Universities, Co- 
lumbian and Smithsonian Institutes, fifteen female 
boarding schools, the largest of which are the Academy 
of Visitation, McDonald-Ellis School, Mt. Vernon Semi- 
nary, Norwood Institute and the Washington Seminary 
and the various departments of the national govern'- 
ment. The latter include the Capitol, one of the most 
beautiful buildinn.s in the world, surrounded by ma- 
jestic columns and crowned with its great white dome; 
the White House, State. War and Navy building, the 
largest granite building in the world, which cost over 
^10,000,000, and where are employed over 2000 peo- 
ple; the Treasury l)uilding. that cost S8, 000, 000; 
the Interior Department, the Post Office with GOO 
clerks, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, where 
120u jiersons are employed : the Government Printing 
Office, which emi)loys' 2700 people and pays out 
■S3,000,(M)U annually in wages; the Congressional Li- 
brary, recently completed at a cost of .'i«0,500,000, the 
largest and finest liljrary building in the world; the 
Naval Ob.servatorj- and the L'nited States Navy Yard 
and Gun Factory. The National gun factory has made 
the great 12 and 13 inch guns used on battle ships and 
fortitications, and is working on the largest gun ever 
turned out. The city i.s famous for its handsome and 
costly jiublic and ]irivate buildings, and is everywhere 
adorned with beautiful and imposing monuments, 
equestrian statues and memorials of the Nation's great 
men and of her military and naval heroes. The princi- 
pal hospitals are : The Columbia, Emergency, Freed- 
men's, Garfield Memorial, Providence, Home for In- 
curables, Children's, Homoeoi)athic, Foundlings and 
many other smaller institutions of charity and rescue. 
The various libraries of the departments of the govern- 
ment are accessible to the employees. In addition 
to these there are private circulating libraries, the ag- 

fregate number of volumes of which is over 1,000,000. 
he most important are as follows : Congressional, Car- 
roll Institute. Masonic, Peabody, Odd Fellows, Muni- 
cipal, AVorkingmen's and the Public Library. Here are 
€ight accident insurance comj)anies, the Aetna, Cen- 
tral Accident of Pittsburg, Fidelity and Casualty, N. Y., 
Interstate Casualty, N. Yi, Massachusetts Mutual, Pre- 
ferred, N. Y., Travelers, U. S. Casualty, N. Y. Over 
100 fire insurance companies are represented in this 
city, including all the principal companies in the world. 
Besides these there are 13 home companies, consisting 
of the German American, the Peoples, Metropolitan, 
Lincoln, Arlington, Riggs, Commercial, Corcoran, 
Franklin, Firemen's, Mutual and Potomac. In winter 
this city is the centre of official society of the ITnited 
States and a great winter resort for the families of 
those connected with the go%'ernment. Val. .*;219,- 
192,208. Express: Telegraph. Riggs Nat. Bank. 
Shoreham Hotel. 

Am. Annals of the Deaf— Bi-Mo; Non-pol; 
Est. '49; 80-128p 6X9; Sub. $2. E.A. Fay. 
Circ 3)-1100 



Am. Federationist— Monthly ; Labor; Est. '94; 
4Up 5 1-2X8; Sub. 50c. Am. Federa- 
tion of Labor. Circ 

Am. Inventor— Si-mo ; Scientific ; Est.'98 ; 28p 
11X14; Sub. S1.50. Am. Inventor Pub. Co. 
Circ. t -15000 

Am. Monthly Magazine— Monthly ; Literarj- ; 
Est. ".12; 132p (>X10; Sub. SI. Daugh- 
ters of the Am. Revolution. Circ 3;-<i228 

Am. University Courier— Quarterly ; Collegi- 
ate ; Est. '92 ; 16p 9X11 ; Sub. 25c. Wilbur 
L. Davidson. Circ g -12000 

Army and Navy Magazine— Monthly ; Est. 
'93; 86p 7X10; Sub. .$3. Herbert Cecil 
Lewis. Circ ®-3000 

Army and Navy Register— Saturday ; Mili- 
tary; Est. '78; 24p 9 1-4X14; Sub. $3. 
Army and Navy Register Pub. Co. Circ. 3; -8500 

Bee ^Colored)— Saturday; Ind; Est. '82; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .■?2. Bee Printing Co. Circ..®-400 

Buff and Blue— Monthly : Collegiate; Est. '92; 
GOp 6X9; Sub. SI. GaUaudet College. 
Circ 1)-500 

Bulletin of the Bureau of Am. Republics- 
Monthly; Est. '93; Sub. .s2. Circ I-llOOO 

Chronicle— Monilay ; Ind-Rep; Est. '61; 4p 
20; 26; .Sub. 82. J. Q. Thompson & Co. 
Circ I'-7981 

Colored American — Wednesday ; Ind-Rep ; 

Est. '93; IGp 10 1-2X15 1-2; Sub. i^2. 

Edward E. Cooper. Circ 3-1 4000 

Courant— Saturdav ; Ind; Est. '85: 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .81. Courant Pub. Co. Circ @-800 

Dye's Government Counterfeit Detector— 

Monthlv: ( ommenial: Est.'50; G4p GX9: 

Sub. S3. F.A.Lester. Circ 4-3528 

Feather— Monthly ; Poultry; Est. '95; 40p 
9X12; Sub. 50c. G. E. Howard & Co. 
Giro @-144.58 

Financial Review-Si-Mo; Est. '92; 16p 
9X12; Sub. 81. Am. Security and Trust 
Co. Circ 

Forestry and Irrigation— Monthly ; Forestrv- : 
Est; '95: 64p 7X10; .Sub. .81. H. M. 
Suter. Circ i -6766 

Home Magazine— Monthly ; Family ; Est. '88 : 
20-24p 11X16; Sub. 25c. Home Magazine 
Co. Circ g -153,694 

Inventive Age and Patent Index— Monthly; 
Scientific; Est. '88; 16p 11X14; Sub. $1. 
E. G. Siggers. Circ S-4500 

Jeffersonian Democrat— Monthly ; Est. '98; 
G4p (jX9; .Sub. Si. .Jeffersonian Democrat 
Pul). Co. Circ ^-1000 

Journal (German)— Saturday; Est. '73; 8p 

14-21 ; Sub. 82.50. W. Koch. Circ $-2450 

Journal of the American Society of Naval 

Engineers— Quarterly ; Professional ; Est. 

'89; 28Gp 6X9; Sub. 85. R. Beresford. 

Circ @-784 

Journal of the Knights of Labor— Monthly ; 

Labor; Est. '80; 4p 17X24; Sub. 50c. 

Board of Trustees. Circ 

Law Reporter— Thursday; Law; Est. '74; 

16-4(ip7X10; .Sub. 83. Law Reporter Co. 

Circ (3;-1250 

Liquor Dealer— Saturday ; Liquor Interests; 

Est. 94: 4p 10X22; Sub. §1.50. J. G. 

Deponai. Circ ©-2226 

Machinists' Journal— Monthly ; Labor; Est. 
'89; 72pi;X9: Suli. 81. D. Douglas Wilson. 
Circ l! -45000 

National Architect and Builder— Saturday ; 
Est. '89; 8p 10X15; Sub. $2. Daniel 
Curry. Circ 



PETTINGILKS NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



National Baptist Magazine (Colored)— Quar- 
terly; Est.'y4;26p6X9;Sub. $1.25. Pub- 
lished by a Committee. Circ 



National Bimetallist— Si-mo; Monetary ; Est. 
■'.17: L'Oi) SXll: Sub. SI. National Bimet- 
allic Inion. Circ ®-1000 

National Geographic Magazine— Monthly ; 

Scientific; Est. '89; 48p 7X10; Sub. !J2.50. 
National Geoffraphic Society. Circ 3-3100 

National Illustrated Magazine— Monthly ; | 

Literarv and Current Events; Est.'84:;10p 
0X14; Sub. 50c. Gray Pub. Co. Circ... .(3,-25000 

National Tribune— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '77; 
8p lSX2o; Sub. .SI. McElrov, Slioppell 
cV Andrews. Circ i -107.770 

National Watchman— Thursday ; Dem; Est. 
".)2; IGp 13X18; Sub. .fl. National 
AVatehnian Pub. Co. Circ ® -40000 

Official Gazette— Tuesday ; Scientific ; Est. '72 ; 
2n0p ,sxil ; .Sub. ,15. U. S. Patent Office. 
( ire J,-7000 

Osprey— Monthly ; Scientific; Est. '96; 16-20p 

7X10; Sill). SI. Osprey Co. Circ 4)-1025 

Patent Record and Monthly Review- 
Monthly; Patents; Est. '98; 48p 1-2X9; 
Sub. $1. The Patent Record Co. Circ. ..(3 -35462 

Pathfinder— Saturday ; Non-]iartisan; Est. '9.3; 
8-l(;p 11 A l.") ; .Sub. SI. Pathfinder Pub. Co. 
Circ iJ)-28204 

Plant World— Monthly ; Popular Science; 
Est. '97; 24p 7X10; Sub. S;l. The Plant 
World Co. Circ Jj-llOO 

Post— Morning; Ind; Est. '76; 12p 191-2x24; 

Sub. .SO. Washington Post Co. Circ. ..'S-27910 

Post — Sunday; Ind; Est. '76; 36-52p 
19 1-2x24; Sub. §1.50. Washington Post 
Co. Circ i.%)-37485 

Postmaster's Advocate— Monthly; Est. '85; 
16p 111-2X13 1-2; Sub. 5Uc. J. Wm. 
McKinley. Circ j -29341 

Postal Record— Monthly ; Postal; Est.'88; 24p 
9X12; Sub. .SI. National Association of 
Letter Carriers. Circ (3-17000 

Postmasters' Home Journal— Si-mo ; Est. '99 ; 

4p 15X22 ; .Sub. 50c. N. Bunch. Circ. . . .- 

Publications of the Southern History Asso- 
ciation— Bi-mo; Historic; Est. "97; SHp 
6X10; , Sub. SS. .Souther" History Asso- 
ciation. Circ " (J-900 



Pythian World-Monthly; K.of P; Est. '90; 
4p 15X22 ; Sub. 50c. Pythian World Pub. 
Co. Circ 1-2500 

Sentinel— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '73 ; 4p 21 x27 ; 

Sub. S3. Louis Schade. Circ ©-6448 

Spanish War Journal— -Monthly; Est. 1900; 
28-40p 9 1-2X12 1-2: ,Sub. $1. L. C. 
Dyer. Circ (3;-2384 

Star— Evening; Ind; Est. '52; 12-32p 
17 1-2x23 1-2; Sub. $6. Evening Star 
Newspaper Co. Circ X-33748 

Stone-Cutters' Journal— Montlily; Labor; Est. 
'87; l(;-20p 10X14; Sub. §1. Jas. F. Mc- 
Hugh. Circ 5-37000 

Suburban Citizen— Saturday; Est. '91; 8p 
16X22 ; Sub. .SI. Suburban Citizen Neyps- 
paper Co. Circ ®-500 

Sunday Herald-Sunday ; Est. '86 ; 8p 15X22 ; 

Sub. SI. A. ,T. Wedderburn, Jr. Circ 

The Washington Mirror— Saturday ; Society ; 
Est. '99:°24p 9 1-2X12 1-2. Sub. $2. 
American Newspaper Syndicate. Circ. (2 -13235 

Ptiblisher's Statement.— The Washington Mirror, 
rejiresentative .social weekly of the Capitol, is mainly 
an intimate review of the social and political world 
of Washington. Being the only jiopular weekly sold 
on the streets of Washington, Baltimore and St. 
Louis, as well as on the principal news stands of all 
the larger cities both at home and abroad, repre- 
sents a tangible advertising value to the highest 
class of advertisers. The Mirror's circulation must 
be considered by virtue of the nature of the weekly, 
as distinctly preferred. Being alone in its Held at 
the National Capitol, its influence is also a national 
one. 

Times— Morning and Evenmg; Ind; Est. '94; 
8-12p 17 1-2x23 1-2; Sub. .S4.80. Times 
Co. Circ 3-40000 

Times— Sunday ; Ind; Est. '94; 32p 17 l-2x 

23 1-2: Sub. SI. Times Co. Circ 3-20000 

V. S. Gov't Advertiser and Mun. Contractor 
—Thursday; Municipal; Est. '82; 16p 
11X15; Sub. $5. Ridenour& Jenks. Circ.ii:-8540 

Views— Monthly ; Trade ; Est. '98 ; 24p 10X12 ; 

Sub. S2. Max Cohen. Circ (D-450O 

Volks-Tribun (German)— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. 
■75: 8p 15> 22; .Sub. S2. Emanuel Wal- 
decker. Circ , J^)-3215 

Woman's Tribune— Saturday ; Woman's Suf- 
frage: Est. '83; 4p 12X17; Sub. $1. 
Clara Bewick Colby. Circ 'f-210O 



FLORIDA. 



Capital, Tallahassee. Settled at St. Aiig:ustme bv Spaniards in 1565. Population 528,542. Area, 58984 sq. 
miles Acres of farm land, 3,300,000; value of farm land, 820,000,000. State debt, §153. 391. Vote in 1900: 
Dem. 28007 : Rep. 7314 : I'eo. 1090. Pro. 1039. Soc. Dem. (iOl. 

Florida is bounded on the north bv Georgia and Alabama ; on the east liy the Atlantic ocean ; on the south by 
Florida strait and the Gulf of Mexico and on the west by the Gulf of Mexico. This state is the scene of the 
wanderings of Ponce de Leon. Panfilo de Narvaez and De Soto and the murderous reign of Menendez. It includes 
northern "Florida, the mainland division the highest portion; middle Florida, the original peninsula, a high, 
rolling country, crowned with great forests of pines and hemlocks and studded with ciystal lakes; and southern 
Florida, an immense area of low, swampv made land of comparatively recent origin, culminating in the ever- 
glades only a few feet above the sea. It is in middle Florida that most of the world famous resorts are located. 
The southern part is surrounded bv low Iving islands of which Largo is the hirgest. On this and the other- 
principal islands are a great number of farms producing great quantities of early fruits and vegetables for the 
northern market. The Florida Keys produce cocoanuts and pineapples in immense quantities. The fisheries of 
Florida are important and employ over 10000 men, with a yearly product worth §1,000,000. The catch includes 
sponges, mullets, red snappers, pbmpano, king fish, Spanish mackeral, channel bass, blue fish, trout and oysters^ 
Shad run in many of the rivers and gigantic sea turtles are caught off the Keys. The latter sometimes weigh 
1200-1500 pounds. Lumbering is the foremost industry of the state, amounting to over $20,000,000 a year. The 
annual farm products include 45,000,000 bushels of corn, 600,000 bushels of oats, 1,300,000 pounds of rice, 
1,000,000 gallons of molasses and 1500 hogshead of sugar and consideral)le amounts of tea, coffee, flax, 
hemp, barley, hops, p^as and beans. The state produces 60000 bales of cotton annually, largely sea island, and 
tobacco raising is becoming an industry of large proportions. There are 50 varieties of oranges and Florida 
oranges "beat the worid.'^ There are 10000 square miles devoted to orange culture and over 2,000,000 boxes 
a year are exported. Other fruits are grown in considerable quantities, including grape fruit, cocoanuts and 
pineapples, lemons, limes, grapes, dates, guavas, citrons, tamarinds, pomegranates, tigs, olives, pears, apples,, 
peaches, quinces and yellow and red bananas. Extensive phosphate beds are found in the southern part of the 
state and the annual export is very large. There are 45 counties and newspapers are published in them all. 
The principal cities and towns are: Key West, Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa, St. Augustine, Palatka, Talla- 
hassee, Fernandhia, Ocala, Gainesville and Delando. 



APALACHICOLA*, 3077 ; Franklin. 4890; 80m SW of 
Tallahassee at mouth of Apalachicola river; on (iulf of 
Mexico. Boats to Columbus and way landings. Ships 
large amount of lumber, fish, oysters, sponges and cot- 
ton. Val. §382,861. Express ; Telegraph. Capital City 
Bank (branch). Jenkins House. 

Times— Saturday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '81; 4p 

IS X 24; Sub." .§1.50. H. W. .Johnston. Circ.J)-698 

APOPKA, 218; Orange. 11374; 13m NW of Orlando 
on Seaboard Air Line & Atlantic Coast Line Rys. Here 
are the Florida Iron ct Wood Works and the Starbiid 
Lumber & Veneer Co. A fruit growing town. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. State Bank of Orlando, Orlando. 
Apojika House. 
Citizen— Saturdav; Dem; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. L. 1). Gieger. Circ (3)-900 

ARCADIA, 1500; De Soto, 8047; 28m NW of Punta 
Gorda on Charlotte Harbor div. P. S. Ry. In a phos- 
lihate region and grows fruit, cattle and winter vege- 
tables. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank of 
Arcadia. 



Champion— Thursday; Ind; Est. '95: lOp 
15x22; Sub. §1. Neva C. Child. Circ 



_-425 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '87; 8p 15 1-2X22; 

Sub. §1. De Soto Pub. Co. Circ (3J-1500 

BARTOW*, 1983; Polk, 12472; 45m E of Tampa on 
Charlotte Harbor and Bartow & Bartow Junction brs. 
F. S. Ry. Has extensive orange groves and jihosphate 
deposits. In a stock raising and farming community. 
Is commercial centre for an agricultural jioimlation. 
Val. .§517,628. Express; Telegraph. Polk County 
Nat. Bank. Hotel Carpenter 
Courier-Informant— Wednesday ; Dem ; Est. 
'81;8pl(;x22; Sub. .§1. Polk County 
Printing Co. Circ 3 -1800 

BELLEVIEW, 137; Marion, 24403; 12m S of Ocala 
on Seal)oard Air Line. Grows and ships fruit and veg- 
etables. Has lumber manufactories. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank. 
News-Letter — Friday ; Dem; Est.'97; 4p 

15X22; Sub. §1. L.W.Baldwin. Circ... .(D-600 

BRAIDENTOWN*, 800; Manatee. 7000; 45m S of 
Taiiqia on Manatee river with two steamboat lines, 
also .Seaboard Air Line Ry. Agriculture and fruit cul- 
ture is the principal industry. Trade centre for sur- 
rounding fruit growing territory and winter resort. 
Exi>ress ; Telegraph. Bank of Manatee, Braidentown. 
Journal— Thursday , Dem; Est. '88; 8p 

13x20; Sub. §1. J. H. Humphries. Circ..@-800 



BRONSON, 799; Levy, 8003; 23m SW of Gainesville 
on Waldo ^r Cedar Key br. Seaboard Air Line. Raises 
fruit and agricultural produce. Extensive turpentine 
and phosi)hate industries. Express; Telegraijh. P'irst 
Nat. Bank, Gainesville. 

Times-Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '82; 

4p 18x24; Sub. §1. O. J. Farmer. Circ... 3 -700 

BROOKSVILLE*, 641; Hernando, 3638; 50in N of 
Tamjia on Atlantic Coast Line Ry.. also terminus of the- 
Brooksville, Hudson & Tampa Ry. (irows tolwcco. cot- 
ton, cereals, sugar cane and oranges and manufactures 
cigars. Naval stores. Exi)ress; Telegraph. High 
school. Rice Hotel. 

Star— Friday; Dem; Est. '88; 4p 26x40; Sub. 

§1. J.C. Burwell. Circ f-120a- 

CEDAR KEYS, 960; Levy, 8603; 126m SW of Jack- 
sonville, terminus Waldo \' Cedar Key br. F. C. & P. 
Ry.; on Gulf of Mexico with excellent itassenger and' 
freight facilities. The catching of fish, oysters and 
turtles and gathering of sponges are the chief indus- 
tries. Val. §200,000. Express; Telegraph. C. B., 
Rogers & Co., Bankers. Schlermmur House. 

Gulf -Coaster— Thursday ; Dem : Est. '92 ; 4p 
15x22; Sub. §1. Cedar Keys Printing 
Co. Circ f;-475.. 

CHIPLEY, 652 ; Washington, 10154; 118m E of Pensa- 
cola on Pensacola & Atlantic div. L. & N. Ry. In cot- 
ton growing and lumbering section. Farming and fruit 
growing. Has several lumber mills. Express ; Tele- 
graph. Bank, Dekle & Co. 

Banner— Saturday; Dem; Est. '85;4p 16x22; 

Sub. §1. T.C.Jones. Circ ®-536. 

Record— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '99; 4p 17X24; 

Sub. §1. J.S.Gardner. Circ f-1050. 

CLEARWATER HARBOR, 343; Hillsboro, 360ia:;. 
30in W of Tampa on Clearwater bay. Express ; Tele- 
graph. i;xchange Nat. Bank, Tampa. Verona Inn. 

Press— Friday; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 16X22; 

Sub. §1.50. Leroy Brandon. Circ g)-800> 

COCOA, 382 ; Brevard, 5158; 20m S of Titusville on 
Florida East Coast Ry. and Indian river with steam- 
boat connection. Raises fruit and vegetables. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Brevard County State Bank. 

News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '96; 8p 11x26; 

Sub. §1. T. Roy Puckett. Circ @-650 



James B. D 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



CEAWFORDVILLE*, 700; AVakulla, 5140: 22m SW 
ol lallahassee : uearest railroad iioint, Arran. Saw 
mills. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Talla- 
hassee. 

Breeze— Friday; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 13x20; 

.Sill), si. j. M. Towles. Circ S)-500 

CEESCENT CITY, 3.-;2; Putnam, 11641; 76m S of 
Jacksonville on Crescent Lake, with steamboats to 
meet all trains on Plant System Ry.; station 2m W. 
Orange culture is tlie chief industry. Is trade centre 
of Fruirland, Penna., for fruit growers of the near vicin- 
ity and winter home for Northern people. Express; 
Telegraph. Crescent City .Junction. I'utnam Nat. Bank, 
Palatka. Grove Hall, Hotel. 

News— Thursday : Dem ; Est. '98; 8p 11X16; 

Sub. .SI. W.A.Russell Circ ;4;-1106 

DADE CITY*, 509 ; Pasco, 6054 ; 25m N of Plant City 
on !• lorida Central & Peninsular and Savannah, Flor- 
ida A: Western Rys. In an agricultural section having 
timlier tracts. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Pasco 
County. Dade City Hotel. 

Democrat— Thursdav : Dem; Est. '87; 4p 

IS 24; Sub. .SI.' J. A. Johnston. Circ... . J)-463 

DAYTONA, IGOO; Volusia, 10003; 65m S of St.Augus- 
tine on Florida East Coast Ry. and Halifa.x river. Its 
chief industries are orange, peach and strawberry rais- 
ing, market gardening and timber cutting. Summer and 
winter resort. Express; Telegrai)h. Merchants' 
Bank. Ridgewood Hotel. 

Gazette-News— Saturday; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 
16x22; Sub. ,S1.50." Edw. Fitzgerald. 
Circ d-OOO 

Journal— "Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '83; 4p 

2()x2G;Sub. .S1.50. John M. JoUey. Circ...@-850 

DE FUNIAK SPRINGS*, 1661; Walton, 9346; 80m E 
of Pensacola on Pensacola & Atlantic div. L. & N. Ry. 
Has jiine timber lands, live stock and mineral spring's. 
The Florida Chautauqua Society meets here. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. W. L. Cawthon. Banker, Pensacola. 
Florida House. 

Breeze— Thursdav ; Ind-Dem; Est. '02; 4p 

18x24; Sub. $1. R. W. Storrs. Circ 3-830 

Herald— Friday ; Dem; Est. '84; 4p 16X22; 

Sub. .si. J.T.SUibbs. Circ 4-347 

DE LAND, 1440; Volusia. 10003; 108m S of Jack- 
sonville on Plant System Ry., and Clyde's St. Johns 
River line. Has ice, wagon, syrup, starch and fertilizer 
factories. Is trade centre for large orange, lumber, 
peach, melon, cane and cassava growing section. Is 
site of John B. Stetson Universitv, 500 students. Has 
2000 winter visitors. Val. .§2,000',000. Exju-ess; Tele- 
grajih. Volusia County Bank. College Arms Hotel. 

Agriculturist- Wednesday ; Est. '74; 16p 
° 11 X 15 ; Sub. $2. E. O. Painter & Co. Circ.i,-2533 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '87; 4-6p 18x24; 

Sub. $1. C. O. Codrington. Circ (E)-1000 j 

Record— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '88 ; 4p 17x24; ' 

Sub. .SI. 50. B. E. Prevatt. Circ iD-913 

So. Field and Home— Monthly ; Agricultural ; 
Est. '07 : .sp K )X 15 ; .Sub. 25c. E. O. Painter 
cK: Co. Circ 4 -14000 

Supplement— Wednesday; Local; Est. '91; 

4p 15x22; Sub. $1.50. E. O. Painter & i 

Co. Circ ®-763 

DTJNNELLON, 700; Marion, 24403; 25m SW of 
Ocala on Plant System Ry. Has some of the largest 
phosphate mines in the state and several turpentine 
stills. Trade center for surrounding section. Val. 
^35,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Ocala. 

Citizen— Friday: Dem; Est. '98; 4p 17X24; 

Sill). SI. ('has. Y. Miller. Circ (^-r>00 

EUSTIS, 411; Lake, 7467; 4m NE of Tavares on St. 
Johns & Lake Eiistis div. A. C. L. Ry. Winter resort. 
An orange growing town, vegetable and naval stores. 
A trading centre for East Lake county. F;x])ress; Tel- 
•«grai)h. W. S. McClelland, Banker. Eustis House. 

Lake Region— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '84; 8p 
15x22; Sub. »1.50. Lake Region Co. 
Circ S)-950 



FERNANDINA*, 5500: Nassau, 0654; 33m NE of 
Jacksonville on Amelia Island, terminus .Southern div. 
.Seaboard Air Line Ry. Is northern port of entry, having 
good harbor. Makes large shipments of lumber, phos- 
phate, and naval stores. Has railroad shops and Palmet- 
to fiber factories. Is a summer and winter resort. Val. 
$802,498. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Albermarle Hotel 

News— Friday; Dem: Est. '89; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1. S. W. Manucy. Circ (J)-560 

Star— Thursdav ; Dem; Est. '97: 8p 13X20; 

Sub. .SI. H.P.Trimble. Circ 2-700 

FORT MEYERS*, 043 : Lee, 3071 ; 135m S of Tampa on 
Caloosahatihee river, with daily passenger and freight 
Steamers to Punta f lorda, nearest railroad point. Has 
alligator hide, canning, cigar and ice factories and raises 
fruits and vegetables of all kinds. Trade centre for 
agricultural po]iulation. Exi)ress : Telegraph. JBranch 
of Citizens' Bank & Trust Co., Fort Meyers. 

Press— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '84; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. Isaacs & Stout. Circ D-SOO 

GAINESVILLE*, 3633: Alachua, 32245; 65m SW of 
Jacksonville, iunction Florida .Southern, Waldo & Ce- 
dar Key br. Sea'ioard Air Line, (Georgia Southern and 
Florida and Savannah, Florida & Western Rys. Raises 
oranges, psaches, pineapples, and market garden ])ro- 
duce; especially noted for its tine lettuce. A health 
resort. Is trade centre and shii)))ing iioint for a farm- 
ing po])ulace and extensive manufactory of l)i-products 
from pitch pine. Val. Sl.065.091. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Brown House. 

Sun— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 

18x24; .Sub. .S5. H. H. McCreary. Circ. 1-1120 

Sun— Monday and Tuesday; Dem; Est. '81: 
Sp 18x24: Sub. SI. 'H. H. McCreary. 
Circ ®-2400 

The Florida Christian Advocate— Hill Print- 
in.-; Co. Circ 3-1800 

GREEN COVE SPRINGS*, 020 ; Clay, 5635 ; 30m S of 
Jacksonville on J'lant .System By. Has saw and shingle 
mill, lumber interests, brick works and sulphur spring. 
Is a market and ship])ing jioint for garden ijroduce 
and fruit of surrounding country. Val. .«427.062. 
Exjiress; Telegraph. Nat. Bank of Jacksonville, 
.Jacksonville. Hotel .St. Elmo. 

Spring— Saturday; Dem; Est. '80; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. Si. J. E. Low. Circ (i:-780 

Times— Friday ; Dem; Est. '95; 4p 26X40; 

Sub. .SI. Henry O. Docker. Giro S-SOO 

HIGH SPRINGS, 15(;2; Alachua, 32245; 23m SE of 
(iamesville. terminus High Si)rings & Trilby br. P. S. 
Ky. Has cotton. Plant System Shops and fruit inter- 
ests. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Gaines- 
ville. 

News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 12x14; 

Sub. SI. High Springs Pub. Co. Circ 3)-550 

INVERNESS*, "lOO; Citrus, 5391; 100m S of Jackson- 
ville on Higli .Sjirings & Tiilby br. P. .S. Ry. Has can- 
ning factory and is local tradecentre for 'agricultural, 
fruit growing and mining sections. Express; Tele- 
graph. Exchange Nat. Bank, Tampa. 

Chronicle— Thursday ; Dem: Est. '94; 8p 

18x24; Sub. SI. J.F.Sherwood. Circ... 3-1250 

JACKSONVILLE*. 28429 ; Duval, 39733 ; 139m S of 

Savannah, Florida East Coast, .Jacksonville & Atlantic, 
Atlantic, Valdosta & AVestern, (Georgia Southern & 
Florida and Plant System Rys. : on St. Johns river, 30m 
from coast, with steamers to all up river jioints, steam- 
ship lines direct to Charleston, New York and Boston 
and schooners to foreign ports. Jacksonville is best 
known as a winter resort, entertaining thousands of 
guests within its borders and being the gateway to 
other favorite winter resorts. Exjiorts over 115,000,- 
000 feet of lumber annually and has Atlantic Coast 
& Exi)ort Lumber Co. and others: American and Bish- 
op Fibre comi)anies, Alafia River, Black River, High 
Si)rings and Victoria Phosi)hate companies and minor 
industries. Is farming, fruit growing and lumbering 
trade and .iolibing centre for Florida and southern 
Georgia, with wholesale trade of over $4O,000,00C 
annually. Has St. Luke's, largest hosjiital in the state 
and seaboard offices A. V. & W. and Plant System Rys. 
Val. «:13,242,860. Express; Telegraph Nat. Bank'of 
Jacksonville. 

Advocate (Colored)— Saturday; Rep; Est. '91; 
4p 17x24; Sub. SI. 50. M. J. Preston. 
Circ 3)-2178 



FLOKIDA. 



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Evangelist— Thursday ; Evangelical; Est. '96; 
d-Gp 20X26; Sub. $1.50. Florida Evan- 
gelist Pur>. Co. Circ ^-3500 

Farmer and Fruit Grower— semi -weekly; 
luesihiv and Friday : Agricultural; Est. 
'Gil; JSp 13 1-2X20 1-2; .Sub. $1. 
Stephen I'owers. Circ (3)-9500 

Florida School Exponent— Monthly ; except 

.lulv and August ; Kducational; Est. '93; 

l()-24:p yx 12 ; Sub..^l. Tom F. McBeath. 

Circ S-IOOO 

Journal— Saturday: Dem; Est.'98; 4p 18X24; 

Suh. ,sl. A.M.Williamson. Circ 



Journal of Commercs— Monthly; Est. '92; 

201. 11X14; Sub. 7.'>c. Circ (J)-2687 

Metropolis— Evening; Dem; Est. '87; 8-24p 
17X24; Sub. §5. Carter & Kussell Pub. 
( o. Circ 1-7018 

Southern Tourist— Saturday ; Est. '90; 8p 
15x22; Sub. S2. Frank & Wagstaft. 
Circ 

Times-Union and Citizen— Morning; Dem; 
Est. "7.S; ,s-ir,p 17 24; Sub. SIO. Florida 
Full. Co. Circ '. ®-4963 

Times-Union and Citizen— Tuesday and Fri- \ 

dav; Dem; Est. '05; 8p 15x22; Sub. $1. I 

Florida l^ib. Co. Circ ®-5986 { 

JASPER, !>'J3; Hamilton, 11881; 90m XW of Jack- 
sonville, junctiou Georgia Southern & Florida and 
Atlantic Coast Line Rys. Here are cotton gins and lum- 
ber mills. Has sugar', fruit, cotton, general farming 
and rice growing interests. Express; Telegraph. 
Ulackwell Banking -Co., Bankers. Hotel Osceola. 

News— Fridav; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 18x24; I 

Sub. SI. "jasper Printing Co. Circ (Ei-600 

KEY WEST*, 17114; Monroe, 1800(5; on Thomp- 
son's Island, in the Gulf of Mexico, 55m SAV of Cape 
.Sable, with steamer lines to and from New York, 
Galveston, Tex., Tami)a, Fla. and Havana, Cuba. 
Has E. H. Gato Cigar Co., Cortez Cigar Co., Geo. 
W. Nichols & Co., Ferdinand Hirsch Co., cigars; 
and about 125 other cigar factories, employing 
over 5000 people and making 125,000,000 cigars 
a year ; over 1000 men and 400 boats are em- 
ployed in the sponge fisheries and Key West exports 
.?4d0,000 worth of sponges annually ; the region is the 
home of gigantic green turtles, many of them weigh- 
ing 1200 pounds, and the catching of these is an im- 
portant industry. This port shipped 5,000,000 pounds 
of mullets a year to Cuba liefore the late war ; several 
thousand barrels of ]iineapples are shipped from 
here every week during the season. Key "West is a 
naval station and was the rendezvous of the T'nited 
States navy during the late war with Spain. Is a health 
resort for victims of throat and lung troubles. Val. 
S2, 793,075. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Duval House. 

Advertiser— Saturday ; Ind: Est. '80; 8p 
15x22; Sub. §2. Advertiser Pub. Co. 
Circ @-1000 

Inter Ocean— Evening ; Dem; Est. 1900; 4-Op 
18X24; .Sub. SIO. Walter W. Thompson 
Co. Circ 'a;-1000 

KISSIMMEE*, 1132 ; Osceola. 3444 ; 20m S of Orlando 
on .\tlantic Coast Line Ry. Three lines steamboats to 
Okeechobee via Kissimmee Kiver route. Is trade centre 
of cattle, sheep, fruit, sugar and tobacco raising 
region. Val. $064,713. Express; Telegraph. State 
Bank of Kissimmee. Kissimmee Hotel. 
Valley Gazette— Friday; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 

20x20; Sub. §1. Vans, Agnew & Harris. 

Circ 1-1080 

LAKE BUTLER, 431; Bradford, 10295 ;eOm W of 
Jacksonville on Georgia Southern & Florida Ry. Is 
cotton shipping point for Bradford county. Val. 
§200.000. Express; Telegraph. Bradford County 
Bank, Starke. 
Star— Friday; Dem; Est. '01; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. SI. F. G. Schell. Circ 1-600 

LAKE CITY, 4013 ; Columbia, 17094 ; 60m W of Jack- 
sonville, junction Georgia Southern & Florida, Florida 
Central & Peninsular and Fort White & Lake City Rys. 
Has turiientine, tobacco growing. ])hosphate mining 
and lumVjer industries, also good trade in fruits and 
vegetables. Is a commercial centre and shipping point 



for manufacturing and agricultural district. The 
town has a State Agricultural college, U. S. .A.griiailtu- 
ral Exjieriment Station and is a winter health resort. 
Val. $373,057. Express; Telegraph. Commercial. 
Bank. Central House. 

The Citizen Reporter— Friday ; Dem; Est. 
'74; Sp 11X18; Sub. SI. Herbert L. 
I'odd. Circ I)-1150- 

LAKELAND, IISO ; Polk. 12472 ; 32m E of Tamjia on 
three divs. Plant System. Sanford to Port Tampa. T^ake- 
land to I'unta (iorda. Lakeland to Tager Bay and Lake- 
land to High Springs. The iJrincijial industry is the 
raising of oranges, strawberries and vegetal)les. Ex- 
press; Telegraiih Lakeland Bank. Tremont House. 
Polk County News— Friday; Dem; Est. '99; 

4p 10x22; Sub. .'j;!. Lakeland Ptg. & Pub. 

Co. Circ 3-800 

Sun— Fridav; Dem; Est. "84; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. SI. C. D. Clough. Circ 3-120() 

LAUREL HILL, 602; Walton, 9346; 18m E of Crest- 
view on Vellow River Ry. Express; Telegraph, Crest- 
view. First Nat. Bank, Pensacola. 

Gazette— Saturday ; Local ;Est. '90 ; 8p 11X16; 
Sub. 50c. West Florida Newspaper Co. 
Circ 1-634 

LEESBURG, 1050; Lake, 7407; 05m SW of Palatka, 
Sealioanl Air Line and Plant System Ry. In great 
orange belt and lake region of the state. Express; 
Telegra])h. Leesburg & County State Bank. Lake 
View Hotel. 

Commercial— Fridav: Dem; Est. '76: 4i) 
20,- 21", ; .Sub. S2. .South & East Florida 
Pub. Co. Circ 1-800 

' LIVE OAK, 1650; Suwannee, 14554; 60m W of Jack- 
sonville, junction Florida Central & Peninsular and 
Plant System Rys. and northern terminus of Suwan- 
nee & San Pedro and Live Oak & GuK Rys. Raises 
vegetables for Northern trade, also cotton and sugar 
cane. Is siiipping point for a large farming district. 
Has lumber and planing mills, dry kilns, barrel and 
stave factories. Express; Telegraph. Live Oak Bank. 
Hotel Ethel. 

Baptist Herald— Thursday ; Est. '91; 4p 

15X22; .Sub. 81.50. Herald Co. Circ 

Democrat— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 

13 . 2(»; Sub. $1. J. E. Pound. Circ 1-1075 

MACCLENNY*, 350 ; Baker, 4510 ; 30m W of Jackson- 
ville on Seaboard Air Line. Has large peace 
orchards and grows other fruit and vegetables. 
Express ; Telegrai)h. Nat. Bank of Jacksonville, Jack- 
sonville. 

Standard— Fridav; Dem; Est. '83; 4p 

15 1-2 -22; Sub. 50c. C.D.Allen. Circ. f -192 

MADISON*, 840; Madison, 15440; 50m E of Talla- 
hassee on Florida Central & Peninsular Ry. Here are 
cottonseed oil. saw and cotton mills, machine shops 
and other factories. A local trade centre. Exju-ess; 
Telegraph. Bauk of Madison. Central Park Hotel. 

Recorder— Fridav; Dem; Est. '73; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. 81. M. G. Rowe. Circ 4:-783 

MARIANNA*, 900 ; Jackson. 23377 ; 70m N W of Tal- 
lahassee on Pensacola i^c Atlantic div. L. & N. Ry. An 
agricultural and turpentine town. Express : Telegraph. 
W. J. Daniel & Co., Bankers. Chipola Hotel. 

Times-Courier— Thursdav ; Dem; Est. '03; 4p 
17-24; Sub. 81. O. C. & A. G. Moore. 
Circ 1-850 

MAYO, 400; Lafayette, 4987; 22m SAV of Live Oak; 
nearest railroad and telegraph jioint, Olbrine. Farm- 
ing. Express. Live Oak Bank, Live Oak. 

Free Press— Saturdav ; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 

13  20; Sub. si. Ramsey & Gornto. Circ, $-350 

Monitor— Friday; Est.'98; 8p 13X20; Sub.gl. 

J. P. Abbott. Circ f-200 

MELBOURNE, 131 ; Brevard, 5158; 40m S of Titus- 
ville on Florida East Coast Ry. Grows pineaii])les. A 
shore resort. Express; Telegraph. Melbourne State- 
Bank. Bellevue Hotel. 

Times— Thursdav; Local; Est. '94 ;4p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. E.D. Oslin. Circ $-700- 



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PETTIXGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



MIAMI, 2500; Dade, 9000; 366m S of Jacksonville, 
terminus Florida East Coast Ry. ; junction of Miami 
river and Biscayne bay; freight'and jiassenger steamer 
connection with Nassau. N. P., KeyAVest, Fla., Havana 
antl Santiago, Cuba. Has large "fishing interests. Is 
trade centre and shipping jioint for vegetables, cit- 
rus fruit and i)ineapiile industrv. Is winter resort, 
with four large hotels. Val. S800,000. Express ; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Bay Biscayne. Royal Palm Hotel. 

Metropolis— Friday; Dem; Est. "JG; 8p i 

ir)X22; Sub. $2. Miami Ptg. Co. Circ...(i)-1183 i 

MILLIGAN, 0.53 ; Santa Rosa, 10293 : 4Cm NE of Pen- 
sacola on Pensacola & Atlantic div. L. & N.Ry. Ex- 
press : Telegraiih. First Nat. Bank, I'ensacola. 

Herald— Friday ; Dem ; Est. 1002 ; Sp 1 IXIG ; 

sub. s;l. W. Garritt. Circ f-SOO 

MONTICELLO*, 1076; Jefferson, 16195; 31m NE of 
Tallahassee on Seaboard Air Line and Plant System Rys. 
Grows cotton and vegetables and is commercial centre 
 and sliiii)>ing point for a farming pojiulation. Val. 
$384,97<i. Exjiress; Telegraph. Jefferson County 
State Bank. Oakley House. 

Constitution— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '74; 8p 

1 .'.  22 ; Snli. $\. J. E. Smith. Circ 4-3009 

So. Fruit and Vegetable Reporter— Monthly ; 

Horticultural; Est. '97; lOp 10X14; .Sub. 

$2. J.E.Smith. Circ ®-2627 

Tribune— Fridav; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. .-;l. S. &. T. M. Puleston. Circ ®-600 

NEW SMYRNA, 5-13; Volusia, 10003; 70m SE of 
Palatka <iu Florida East Coast Ry. ; near coast. Fish- 
ing, fruit and vegetable raising are the chief industries. 
A winter resort. Express; Telegraph. Merchants' 
Bank, Daytona. Ocean House. 

Breeze— Friday; Dem; Est. '87; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. .$1. J. J. Birch. Circ 'D-456 

•OCALA*, 3380; Marion, 24403; 100m S of Jackson- 
ville and N of* Tanijia on Seaboard .\ir Line and S. S. 

-& W. Rys. and Plant System Rys. Industries: Foun- 
dry and machine shop, planing mills, ice, spoke and 
rim factories. Is trade centre for large farming, phos- 
phate, turpentine and lumber ]iroducing section. 
Special train service to Silver Springs. Is winter re- 
sort. Express; Telegraph. Val. !!?1,500,000. Muu- 

-roe & Chambliss, Bankers. Ocala House. 

Banner— Fridav; Dem; Est. '66; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. .-il. F. E. Harris. Circ (J)-1637 

Baptist Witness— Wednesday ; Est. '84; 4p 

2i)x2i;; Sub. S2. J.C.Porter. Circ ®-2211 

Religious Digest— Monthly; Religious; Est. 
r.HiO: 4p 22X16; Sub. 50c. J. R. Biggs. 

Ciri' (g)-1500 

Star— Evening; Dem; Est. '95; 4p 22X23; 

Sub. .fiS. Bittinger & Co. Circ @-500 

Star— Friday; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 20x40; Sub. ' 

si. Bittinger e% Co. Circ (2-1500 

ORLANDO*, 2481; Orange, 11374; 18m NE of Kis- 
simme, junction Florida Central & Peninsular and 
Plant System Rys. Is in a i)ineai)ple, orange, vegetable 
and grajie growing section. A trade centre and ship- 
l>ing point for fruit raising populace. "\'al. .SI, 707,- 
266. Exjiress; Telegraph. State Bank of Orlando. 
Tremont House. 

Christian Recorder, (Colored)— Thursday ; Rel. 

and i'ol; Est.' 93; 4p 26X40; Sub. $1. 

• i.e. Henderson. Circ J,-1970 

Sentinel-Reporter— Friday; Dem; Est. '77; 

4p 20X26; Sub. $1. Sentinel Reporter 

Pub. Co. Circ @-1112 

Star— Thursday ; Dem; Est. "96; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. .SI. Towell & Howard. Circ 3)-1000 

PALATKA*, 3301; Putnam, 11641; 30m SW of St. 
Augustine, junction Florida East Coast, Georgia South- 
ern c'<: I'lorida, .Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West and 
Plant System Kys.; on St. John's river, with steamers 
to leading river ports. El I'erfecto Cigar Mfg. Co. and 
several others; Selden Cypress Door Co.,N. J. Tilghman 
& Sons, i)laning mills; Wilson Cypress Co., Montridge 
Mfg. Co., Palatka Cooperage Co., Stanton's Foundry, 
Palatka Machine Co., Boyd ship l)uilding plant aiid 
llart Co. Single Mill an<l otlier manufactures. Is in 
orange growing, sugar and cotton raising section and 
is shiiijiing point for early fruits and vegetaldes, grown 
for northern markets. Is a popular winter resort. Val 
•SI, 129,281. Express; Telegraph. Putnam Nat. Bank- 
•Graham Hotel. 



i Advertiser— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 

20 26 ; Sub. .SI. Alexander E. Wattles... . |;-400 
Times-Herald— Friday; Dem; Est. '69; 8p 
15X22; Sub. .?1. H. A. B. McKenzie. 
Circ 3V1600 

J'lib/ishcr'i: Sfatemeiif.— The Times-Herald devotes 
mu<di of its space to country correspondents, who 
give the news of their repective localities. It there- 
fore has a large country circulation, and for this rea- 
son it is an excellent advertising medium. Giving 
local as well as telegraph news, it has a big city list as 
well. The paper circulates among a progressive lot 
of citizens. It is the official organ of Putnam County. 
Advertising rates given on application. 

PALMETTO, 600; Manatee, 6000 ; 15m SE of St. Pe- 
tersburg, on S. A. L. Ry., on Manatee river with steam- 
boat connection. Seat of orange and vegetable indus- 
try of Florida. Express. Bank, Palmetto. 

News— Fridav; Dem; Est. '94; 4p 22x32; 

Sub. .SI. Frank A. Walpole. Circ 3-700 

PENSACOLA*, 17747; Escambia, 28313; terminus 
Pensacola and Pensacola & Atlantic divs. L. it N. and 
Pensacola, Alabama A; Tennessee Rys. ; has fine har- 
bor on Pensacola bay. with regular steamer lines to 
Liverpool, Bremen, Havre, New York, South Africa and 
connections with all Atlantic and Gulf i)orts and packet 
steamers on Blackwater river to Milton. Fla.. 20m N. 
Has R. J. Brent it Co., W. B. Wright Co., saw mills ; 
H. G. De Silva & Co., and Beekman Lumber Co., plan- 
ing mills; Cosgrove Foundry & Maihine Co., W. F. 
Creary & .Tames Hughes, machinists; (Joulding Fertil- 
izer Co., Ltd., Southern Cotton Oil Mill, Atlantic Com- 
press (cotton) Co., Cigar Factories and minor interests. 
Is farming, naval stores and lumbering trade centre tor 
western Florida and southern Alabama. Has Infirm- 
aries. Is summer and winter resort. Val. .S6, 500,000. 
Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Escambia. 

Journal— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '98; 

8-16p; Sub. $5. Frank L. Mayers. Circ.Xi-2441 
News— Evening; Dem; Est. '89; 6-8p 18x24; 

Sub. .*i5. News Pub. Co. Circ f -2000 

News— Fridav; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. .si. News Pub. Co. Circ 4-1627 

Sentinel (Colored)— Fridav; Rep: Est.'87; 8p 

l."),-,22; Sub. .Sl..-,0. M. M. Lewey. Circ.J;-1166 

Piili/ishfii-'s Statrmeiif.—Tiie Florida Sentinel be- 
gan publication in 1887, and ever since that date up 
to now has never suspended operations. It is pat- 
ronized by some of the most substantial Imsiness con- 
cerns in this section of the south. Every year it pub- 
lishes over two special editions of fifty to sixty pages 
on fine quality of jjapsr, profuse with" illustrations of 
various localities of this section. These publications 
are sent all over the country, Europ? and South Amer- 
ica. The editorials are usually fair and conservative 
and appeal to the wisdom and better judgment of the 
intelligent classes of both races — on account of wdiich, 
together with a large circulation business men seek 
its (olunins as an advertising medium. 

PERRY*, 107 ; Taylor, 3999 ; 50m SE of Tallahassee ; 
nearest railroad an"d telegrai)h point. Madison. Agri- 
culture, naval stores, fishing. Hainjiton Springs, 
famous health resort. Ex. Greenville. Bank of Perry. 
Herald— Thursday; Dem; Est. '95; 8p 18x22; 

Sub. .SI. J.O.Culpepper. Circ f)-600 

PLANT CITY, 720; HUlsboro, 36013; 22m E of 
Tampa, junction Florida Central and Peninsular and 
Plant .System Rys. Raises and ships oranges and veg- 
etables. i;xi)ress; Telegraph. Tampa Bank. Trop- 
ical House. 



Courier— Friday ; Dem ; Est. 
Sub. .SI. p. A. Merrin. 



'84; 
Circ 



4p 20X26; 



3-400 

90m SE of 
t mouth of 
Phos])hate 
emi>loying 
ade centre. 
Telegraph. 

24; 

1-900 

QTJINCY*, 847; G.adsden, 15294; 24m NW of T.alUa- 
hassee on Florida Central and Peninsular Ry. In an 
agricultural district, producing large quantities of 
fruit. Express; Telegraph, (^uincy .State Bank. 

Herald— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '77 ; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. fl. Keep & Keep. Circ (J)-776 



PUNTA GORDA, 1200; De Soto, 10001; 
Tauqia. terninius Atlantic Coast Line Ry.: a 
Peace river, with fine harbor, linlustries: 
mining, growing pineaiiplcs and fisheries, 
300 men. Is farming and manufacturing tr 
Is winter resort with fine hotels. Express; 
Punta Gorda Bank. Dade House. 

Herald— Friday 
Sub. $1.50. 



; Dem; Est. '93; 4p 18 X 
Adrian P. Jordan. Circ.- 



FLORIDA. 



79 



New Era— Friday; Dem; Est. '95; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. . 51. T.M.Scott. Circ ®-713 

ST. ANDREWS, 383; Washington, 10154; 52m S of 
('lii|il(\, nearest railroatl point; on (iulf of Mexico 
with lour schooners to Tensacola. Fisliing is the 
l)rincii>al industry. Is a local trade centre and is both 
a summer and vvinter resort. Val. §75,000. Express 
at and Telephone to Chipley. First Nat. Bank, Pensa- 
cola. 
Buoy— Thursday ; Dem and Local ; Est. 'ill ;4p 

IS -24; Sub. §1. Wm. A. Emmons. Circ..(3)-500 

ST. AUGUSTINE, 4272; St. John, 91(55; 30m SE of 
Jacksonville on Florida East Coast, terminus St. Au- 
gustine & South Beach Rys. ; on Matanzas sound. 2m 
from the sea. Headquarters of Florida East Coast Ry. 
with shops and round house. Has I'anteleon F. Cor- 
caba tV Co. and several other cigar factories; and other 
industries. St. Augustine is the oldest town in the 
United States and famous as a winter resort, on account 
of the historical interest and natural beauty of the 
place and its palatial hostelries, the Ponce de Leon, 
Alcazar and the creations of Mr. Henry M. Flagler, at 
an expense of several millions and unquestionably the 
most splendid and perfectly appointed resort hotels in 
thewiirld. More than 20 other large hotels cater to the 
tourists. Here are: "Old Fort Marion," the Dade 
Monument, the Slave Mai'ket, Cathedral Treasury Street 
and the Old Gate and the oldest house in America, all 
interestmg from a historical standpoint. Val. §1,558,- 
477. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. The Alcazar 
Hotel. 
Record— Evening ex Sunday; Dem; Est. '99; 

8p 13X18; Sub. $5. ' The Record Co. 

Circ @-850 

Record— Friday ; Dem; Est. '99; 4p 18X24; 

.Sub. .?1. The Record Co. Circ (J-SOO 

Tatler— Sat. dur. season; Est. '92; 24 to 28p 

;>X12; Sub. $1. Anna M. Marcotte. Circ.3;-2000 

ST. FRANCIS, GO; Lake, 74G7; 12m E of DeLand 
■on St. Johns river with line of steamers. Agriculture 
and stock raising are the ])rineipal industries. Ex- 
press; Telegraph, DeLand. Volusia County Bank, 
DeLand. 

Florida Facts— Monthly; Dem; Est. "JO; 4p 

10x22; Sub. 75c. John E. Harris. Circ...(3;-480 

ST. PETERSBURG, 2000; Hillsboro, 3G013; 20m SW 
of Tampa on Atlantic Coast Line Ity.. with steam- 
ers to Port Tampa, Manatee, Palmetto and Pass- 
a-Grille. Has fruit and vegetable growing and fishing 
interests. Is summer and winter resort^ Express; 
Telegraph. St. Petersburg State Bank. Paxton Hotel. 
Times— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '84; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. .?1. Times Pub. Co. Circ @-680 

SANFORD, 1450; Orange, 11374; 125m S of Jackson- 
ville on .Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West and six lines 
Atlantic Coast Line System Rys.;' steamer connection 
Avith .Jacksonville on St. Johns river. Has A. C. L. 
repair ships, fibre, cigar and ice factories and bottling 
works. Is trade centre and shipping jioint for large 
farming section. Lettuce and celery centre of Florida. 
Is a favorite winter resort. Val. .>*G50,00(J. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Wilton. 

Chronicle— Friday; Dem; Est. '91; 6p 15x22; 

Sub. si. F.V.Baker. Circ (f-lOOO 

SAN MATEO, 2G7; Putnam, 11641 ; 5m N of Palatka 
on Florida East Coast Line Ry. and St. Johns river. 
J'arming, fruit and tobacco raising town. Val. .S500,- 
OOO. Express; Telegraph. Putnam Nat. Bank, 
Palatka. 
Item— Saturday ; Agricultural; Est. '91; 8p 

15x22; Sub. §1. J.A.Crosby. Circ S-600 

SARASOTA, G03 ; Manatee, 4G03 ; 50m S of Tampa 
on Sarasota bay, and on Seaboard Air Line extension 
from Palmetto Boca Grande with steamer direct to 
Tampa. Grows vegetables and oranges. A summer and 
winter resort. Headquarters for Gulf fisheries. Ex- 
press and Telegraph, Braidentown. Bank, Braiden- 
town. 

Times— Thursdav ; Local; Est. '86; 8p 12X18; 

Sub. .SI. C. V. S. AVilson. Circ '$-400 

SELMAN, 25 ; Calhoun, 5132 ; 5m N of Blountstown ; 
nearest railroad point, Sneads. Grows fruit. P'xpress; 
Telegraph, Sneads. Bank, Marianna. 

People's World— Thursday ; Pop; Est. '94; 8p 

15X22 ; Sub. .si. People's Pub. Co. Circ..®-200 



STARKE*, 972 ; Bradford, 10295 ; 45m SW of Jack- 
sonville on Seaboard Air Line Ry. Is a fruit cen- 
tre and shipping point for an orange, straw- 
berry, early vegetable, corn, sugar cane and cotton 
growing district. Express ; Telegraph. Bradford 
County Bank. Commercial Hotel. 

Telegraph— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '79 ; 8p 13x20 ; 

Sub. $1. E.S.Matthews. Circ 5-792 

SUMTERVILLE*, 880 ; Sumter, 6187 ; 15m SW of 
Leesburg on Florida Central & Peninsular Ry. Culti- 
vates oranges and raises cattle. Express; Telegraph, 
Leesburg. Leesburg County State Bank, Leesburg. 

Times— Friday ; Dem; Est. '81; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. §1. J. C. B. Kaonce. Circ ®-764 

TALLAHASSEE*, (state capital) 2981 ; Leon. 19887 ; 
105m W of Jacksonville on Sea Board Air Line ter- 
minus St. Marks br. Seaboard Air Line and Carrabelle, 
Tallahassee & Georgia Rys. New railroad to Georgia 
and Alabama. Has El Provero Cigar Factory ; Talla- 
hassee Lumber & Mfg. Co., cotton seed oil mill and 
minor industries. Is trade centre for county. Has 
Florida State College, Seminary and Emergency hos- 
])ital. Is a winter resort. Val. .'iiil,287,000. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. St. James Hotel. 

Tallahasseean— Thursdav; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 

l.~.  22; Sub. .SI. John C. Trice. Circ... .i3)-1560 

TAMPA*, 15839; Hillsboro, 30013 ; 200m S of Jack- 
sonville, terminus Plant System and Seaboard Air Line, 
at the head of Tampa bay, Gulf of Mexico, with 
steamer lines to leading Central America, Atlantic 
and Gulf Ports and Havana, Cuba. Has American Cigar 
Co., Mora Gonzales & Co., Guerra, Diaz & Co., J. Fer- 
nandez & Co., Tampa Cigar Co., Y-bor-Manrara Co., 
Seidenberg & Co., El Modelo Cigar Co., Ameri- 
can Mfg. Co., Sanchez & Haya, A. B. Ballard & Co. and 
150 other cigar factories; "Florida Brewing Co. and 
fishing interests. Is metropolis and trade centre for 
the "West Coast." Is a popular winter resort with fine 
hotels, among them the famous Tampa Bay hotel, one of 
the grandest resort hotels in the world. 'Val. .?6,381,- 
000. Exjjress; Telegraph. Exchange Nat. Bank. 
America Hotel. 

Herald— Evening; Dem; Est. "96; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. $4. Herald Co. Circ S-4=25 

So. Pythian— Monthly; K. of P; Est. '95; 16- 
2()p 7X10; .Sub. .SI. M. D. Cushing. Co. 
Circ (g)-800 

Times— Evening; Dem; Est. '93; 8d 13x20; 

Sub. So. D. B. McKay. Circ..." (3j-1875 

Times— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. D. B. McKay. Circ rJ;-2000 

Tribune— Morning ex Mon ; Dem; Est. '90; 
8-12p 17x22; Sub. $5. Tampa Tribune 
I*ub. Co. Circ (D-6000 

Tribune— Sunday; Dem; Est. '90; 16-24p 
17X24; Sub. .S2. Tampa Tribune Pub. 
to. Circ 1-6000 

Tribune— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 
17x22; .Sub. ,S1. Tampa Tribune Pub. Co. 
f iip I)-4000 

TARPON SPRINGS, 541; Hillsboro, 36013; 28m. 
N W of Tampa on Sanford & St Petersburg br. P. S 
Ry. ; on Ancolate river, 3m E of Gulf of Mexico, freight 
steamer connections with West Coast towms. Indus- 
tries : Citrus fruit growing and sponge fishing. Latter 
has 150 vessels and 1000 men employed. Is winter 
resort. Val. .S180,0()0. Exi)ress; Telegraph. The 
Oaks. 

Record— Thursday; Ind; Est. '99; 4p 18x24; 

.Sub. .SI. J. Ira Gore & Son. Circ 3^-1000 

TAVARES*, 113; Lake, 7467; 150m S of Jacksonville 
on .SeaV)oard Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line and ter- 
minus Tavres & Gulf Rys. Has planing and saw mills. 
In heart of orange belt. Winter resort. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Tavares. Osceola House. 

Herald— Friday ; Dem; Est. '82; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. si. Alfred St. Clair Abrams. Circ...3,'-623 

TITUSVILLE*, 900; Brevard, 5158; 154m S of Jack- 
sonville on the Florida East Coast Rys. A shipping 
point for oysters, fish, vegetables and oranges. Tannic 
acid and ice factory. Express; Telegraph. Indian River 
State Bank. Indian River Hotel. 



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East Coast Advocate— Friday ; Dem; Est. 
"JO; 8pl.j-.2:3; Sub. .$1.50. Charles H. 
Walton. Circ .3)-1250 

Star— Friday ; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 13x20; Sub. 

.fl.50. Ellis B. Wager. Circ 5-1125 

WALDO, 1^28 ; Alachua, 32245 ; 14m E of Gainesville, 
.iunction main line and Cedar Key div. Seaboard Air 
Line on canal from Waldo to Melrose, with three daily 
steamers. Has cigar, broom and carriage factories 
and railroad shops. Trade centre for agricultural sec- 
tion. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Gaines- 
ville. Waldo House. 
Waldo Enterprise-Friday; Dem; Est. 1001; 

4p 15X22; Sub. .SI. F. M. Prewitt. Circ. 3-430 

WEST PALM BEACH, 564; Dade, 4955; 300m S of 
Jacksonville on Florida East Coast Ry. Winter resort. 
Express; Telegraph. Dade County State Bank. 
News— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. §2. Dean Bros. Circ (§)-520 

Palm Beach News (Issued during tourist 
season)— Morning; Society ; Est. '97; 8p 
11x16; Sub. , 'SI. Dean Bros. Circ ®-700 



Tropical Sun— Wednesday and Saturday; Est. 
"87; 6p 16x22; Sub. .$2. Tropical Sun 
Pub. Co. Circ f- 116a 

WESTVILLE*, 712; Holmes, 7762; 100m E of Pensa- 
cola on I'ensacola & Atlantic br. L. & N. Ry. Has saw 
and grist mills and several turpentine stills. Is trade 
centie for Holmes county. Yal. .§350,000. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Pensacola. 

Advocate— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '94; 4p 

13x20; Sub. .?1. John Niel. Circ 1-300 

Advertiser— Friday ; Dem; Est. '91; 4p 
15 <22; Sub. $1. W. D. Williams & H. L. 
Williams. Circ ®-1120 

WEWAHITCHKA, 1250; Calhoun, 5132; 65m N 
of Ajialachicola on Apalachicola river, with freight and 
passenger boats. Farming and fruit growing section 
and winter resort. Exi)ress and Telegraph, Apalachi- 
cola. Capital City Bank, Apalachicola. 

News— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '91; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .51. E.G.Mack. Circ ®-365 



GEORGIA. 



Capital, Atlanta. Settled at Savannah by Englishmen in 1733. Population, 2,216,331. Area, 59436 sq. 
miles. Acres of farm land, 26,000,000; annual value of farm products, $112,000,000; State debt, $8,065,221. 
A'ote in 1900: Dem. 81700; Rep. 35035; Peo. 4584; Pro. 1390. 

Georgia is bounded on the north by Tennessee and Morth Carolina; on the east by South Carolina and the 
Atlantic ocean ; on the south by Florida and on the west by Alabama and Florida. The state divides naturally 
into three dissimilar regions known as lower, middle and upper Georgia. Lower Georgia comprises about 
3500 square miles of pine barrens, sand hills, swamp belt and the Sea islands. Of the latter, the most famous 
and one of the most beautiful is Jekyl island, the home of Oglethorpe, 150 years ago and now occupied and 
controlled by a wealthy club, which has splendid club houses and bathing establishment and the largest game 
preserve in America. There are good harbors at Savannah, Darien and St. Mary's. The foreign exports amount 
to $20,000,000 annually, principally cotton and naval stores, shipped from Savannah. Still larger than this is 
the coasting trade of Brunswick and St. Mary's, made up of fruits, vegetables, fish, lumlter, cotton and naval 
stores. There are considerable fisheries of pompano, red snappers, sea trout, Spanisli mackerel and green tur- 
tles. Middle Georgia comprises 15000 miles of naturally good, but impoverished soil. Fpper Georgia, is the high- 
est part of the state and comprises lOOOO square miles of the Apalachian range, culminating in Sitting Bull in 
the northeast and including historic Lookout in the northwest. The state is drained by the Savannah fiver on 
the eastern border, by the Altamaha and its great conrtuents, the Oconee and Ocmulgee ; in the centre, by the 
Chatahooche on the southwest border and by the l)ranches of the Tennessee in the north. All but the latter are 
navigable for considerable distances. A great variety of trees grow in the state, the most impoi'tant of which com- 
mercially are pine and live oak ; and 200,000,000 feet of lumber and timber, worth .S7, 000,000, are exported annu- 
ally. From the pine barrens of lower Georgia come great quantities of tar, pitch, turpentine and rosin, which 
are exported from Savannah and Brunswick. Agriciilturally the state takes high phice, ranking third in the 
Union in the production of cotton, the annual exportation of which has reached 1,000,000 bales; the annual 
production of corn is 30,000,000 bushels ; of sweet potatoes, 5,000,000 bushels. There are also large crojis of 
wheat, oats, clover, tobacco, rice and sorghum. Middle Georgia produces great quantities of grapes, apples, 
pears, peaches and early cabbages, onions, beans, peas, potatoes and cucumbers. Fruit growing is an impor- 
tant industry in the lowlands and includes oranges, lemons, bananas, olives, figs, mulberries, early strawberries, 
and the best' watermelons in the world. The annual fruit crop aggregates $10,000,000. The state has millions 
invested in live stock. Georgia is well stocked with minerals. Tliere are 200 square miles of coal fields in the 
northwestern part of the state and 350 square miles of iron ore nearby. Immense quantities of fine marbles of 
many different colors are quarried at Tate and Marietta. Many otlier minerals abound, but not in paying quan- 
tites. There are 137 counties and newspapers are published in 129. The principal cities are: Atlanta, Savan- 
nah, Augusta, Macon, Columbus, Athens, Brunswick, Rome, Americus and Grifhn. 



ABBEVILLE*, 1152 ; Wilcox, 11097 ; 54m E of Ameri- 
cus on Fitzgerald div. G. & A. Ry. Has saw, shingle 
and hardwood mills and brick yards. Express; Tele- 
graph. Citizens' Bank. La Clecle Hotel. 

Chronicle— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 

l.'>  22; Sub. $1. L. J. Whitehorst. Circ. (3-700 

ACWORTH, 937 ; Cobb, 24664 ; 35m NW of Atlanta, on 
Western k,^- Atlantic Ry. Here are shoe and chair facto- 
ries, flour and cotton seed oil mills, gold and silver 
mines aud mineral springs. A local trade centre and 
cotton shi))ping point. Exjjress ; Telegraph. S. Lemon 
Banking Co. Litchfield House. 

Post— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '88; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. 75c. AV. M.Webb. Circ S-800 

ADAIRSVILLE, 2245; Bartow, 20823; 18m NE of 
Rome on Western & Atlantic Ry. Has flour and saw 
mills, cotton gins, crate and box factory and the min- 
ing of aluminum ore is an important industry. Is the 
seat of Cherokee Baptist College. Trade centre for 
agricultural, mining and fruit growing section. Val. 
$200,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Adairsville. 

Banner— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '95; 4-8p 

15x22; Sub. $1. Scott & Bowdoin. Circ. .(t-BOO 

ADEL, 721; Berrien, 19440 ; 12m SW of Nashville on 
(reorgia Southern & Florida Ry. The chief industry is 
farming ; manufacturing. Largest sea island cotton 
market in Georgia. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Aden. 



News— Friday ; Dem ; Est. 
Sub. SI. W. T. Whvte. 



'89; 
Circ. 



8p 15X22; 



i)-336 



ALBANY*, 4606 ; Dougherty, 13679; 107m SW of Ma- 
con, junction Albany & Northern, Central of Georgia, 
Georgia & Aabama" and Plant System Rys., Georgia 
Northern; at head of navigation on Flint river. Has 
Albany Brick Mfg., Compress and Fertilizer companies, 
Georgia Cotton Oil Co., Planter's Oil Co. and other in- 
terests. Is farming and manufacturing trade centre 
for county. Val. $2,250,000. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Albany Inn. 
Herald— Evening; Dem; Est. '91; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. $5. Herald Pub. Co. Circ ®-701 



Herald— Saturday; Dem; Est. '92;8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. Herald Pub. Co. Circ ®-536 

ALPHARETTA*, 310 ; Milton, 6763 ; 27m N of Atlanta ; 
nearest railroad point, Roswell. Produces boots, shoes, 
and wagons. Express; Telegraph. Marietta Trust 
and Banking Co. 

Free Press— Friday ; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 

18x24; Sub. $1. George D. Rueker. Circ...®-526 

AMERICUS*, 7674; Sumter, 26212; 71m SW of Ma- 
con on two lines Central of Georgia and Seaboard 
Air Line Rys. Has Americus Oil Co., and Iron AVorks, 
Shippers Compress Co. and minor interests. Is cotton, 
grain and fruit raising trade centre for Sumter and 
surrounding counties. Val. .$4,055,891. Express; 
Telegraph. People's Bank. AV'indsor Hotel. 

Herald— Sundav ; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. W. T. Christopher. Circ C5,-1200 

Times-Recorder— Morning ex Mon; Dem; 
Est. '79; 4)) 20x26; Sub. $6. M.Louise 
Myrick. Circ ®-1262 

Times-Recorder— Friday; Dem; Est. '79; 8p 

15x22; Sub. fl. M. Louise Myrick. Circ.®-2558 

ARLINGTON, 655; Calhoun, 9274; 36m W of Albany 
on Central of Georgia, Florida and Alabama Ry. In 
cotton district and ships 9500 bales yearly. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Arlington. 

Courier— Thursday; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. AV. C. Thomas. Circ (|,-792 

ASHBURN, 1301 ; Worth, 18664; 85m S of Macon on 
Georgia Southern & Florida Ry. Is a lumbering and 
agricultural town and local tradecentre. The manu- 
facturing and shipping of naval stores is largely en- 
gaged in. A^al. $1,200,000. Express; Telegraph. Ash- 
burn Bank. 



The Wiregrass Farmer and Stockman— Fri 
day; Non-Political; Est. 1902; 8] 
13 1-2X20; Sub. $1. J.Lawrence. '■' 



8p 
Circ. 3 



675 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AXD GAZETTEER. 



ATHENS*, 12000; Clarke. 20000 ; 67inE of Atlanta on 
Seaboard Air Line, terminus Georgia, Central of Geor- 
g:ia and Southern Rys. Has Athens Foundry & 
Machine Works, macliine shops ; Athens Knitting: Mills, 
Leather Mfg. Co., Yarn Mfg. Co., Oil and Woolen Jlills 
and minor interests. Seat of T'niversity of Georgia & 
Lucy Cobb Institute for Girls. Is cotton raising trade 
centre for county. Val. .So,-477,2.S6. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Nat. Bank of Athens. Victoria Hotel. 

Banner— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '79; 

■4-«p lGx22; Sub. -So. H. J. Rowe. Circ.®-1120 

Banner— Sunday : Dem; Est. '— ; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .^1. h: J. Rowe. Giro ®-1120 

Banner— Friday; Dem; Est. '32; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. si. H. J. Rowe. Circ ®-2112 

Clipper (Colored)— Saturday; Rep; Est. '88; 

4]i 13x20; Sub. .?1.2o. " S. B. Davis. Circ 

So. Farmer— Monthly ; Agriculture ; Est. '86 ; 

:jl.'p 7X10; Sub. .^l. A.L.Hun. Circ. .3-10000 

Woman's Work— Monthly : Family; Est. ^87; 

ICpllXKl; Sub. 50c. T.L.Mitchell. Circ.®-50000 

ATLANTA*, (state capital) 89872; Fulton, 117,363; 
on Seaboard Air Line, terminus Southern (five lines), 
Savannah, JIacon & Atlanta line C. of G., Georgia, 
Atlanta & West Point and Nashville, Chattanooga and 
St. Louis Rvs. Atlanta has 208 manufacturing estab- 
lishments, "with .SO.343.300 capital, employing 12600 
people, with a monthly i>ay roll of .'5278,000 and an 
annual iiroduct vahied' at .%] 4,183.000. The leading 
manufactories are : The Atlanta Cotton Mill, sheeting 
and drilling: Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill, bags and 
flour sacks, largest concern of the kind in America; 
Whittier Cotton Mill, cotton yarn, twine, cordage and 
cotton wariis; and Exposition Cotton Mill, using, alto- 

f ether, 175,000 bales of cotton annually; Southern 
ertilizer Co., Winship Machine Co., Van Winkle Gin & 
Macliine Co., National Furniture Co. and Gate City Oil 
Co. Atlanta is the trade and wholesale jobbing centre 
for Georgia, Florida and Alabama, with an annual retail 
trade of SI 1,593,000 and a wholesale trade of .*26,291,- 
000 a year. The number of loaded freight cars con- 
signed to Atlanta is over 75000 a year. Electric cars 
run to Decatur and Fort McPherson and a belt railway 
is under construction. Educationally, Atlanta ranks 
high, with the Georgia Institute of Technology, South- 
ern Military and Female Colleges, Agnes Scott Insti- 
tute (at Decatur), Washington Seminary, Atlanta and 
Southern Medical Colleges, and Georg'ia College of 
Eclectic Medicine for Whites, and Atlanta Baptist, 
Clark and AtlanKi Universities. Morris Brown College 
and Gammon Theological and Spelman Seminaries for 
the Colored. Atlanta is the third greatest insurance 
centre in America, with offices of 16 of the largest Are, 
and 20 of the most important life companies, wlio write 
§3,000, ooo in policies annually. Atlanta is a city of 
homes, with hundreds of beautiful residences, smooth, 
broad, well shaded streets and many beautiful public 
and i)rivate buildings. Among the largest and finest 
are the (Jrand Opera House. Telei)hone Exchange, Fed- 
eral Building. Equitable, I'rudential, Austell and 
English American Loan & Trust buildings, Atlanta 
Constitution building, Second Baptist and Second 
Presbyterian churches and Kimball, Aragon and 
Sweetwater Park hotels. Among Atlanta s scenic 
attractions are Grant Park, with its Lake Albana, Gress 
Zoo, and Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta, Piedmont 
Park, site of the Cotton States Exposition and Lake 
Wood Park, four miles north of the city. Fort Mc- 
Pherson. one of the best adajited and most attractive 
military posts in America is here. Val. $54,569,312. 
Express ; Telegraph. Fourth Nat. Bank. The Marion 
House. 

Aee '"olored)— Saturday: Rep. and Odd Fel- 
^ lows: Est. '98; 4p 20X26; .Sub. .§1.50. 

W. A. Pledger. Circ (3,-2000 ; 

Alkahest— Monthly ; Family ; Est. '96 ; 68p 

(5X9; Sub. SI. S. K. Bridges. Circ 'S;-12000 

Art and Photography-Monthy; Est. 1903; 
4S-'.K;p 8X10; Sub. $i. K. M. Turner. 
Circ 

Atlanta Journal - Record of Medicine — j 

>biiillilv; i:>t. "."..". : l()2p5XS;Sub. SI- M. | 

P.. llutchins. Circ ®-1561 

Christian Index— Thursday; Baptist: Est. '21; 

16p 16 6-7X11 5-7; Sub.§2. T. P. Bell. i 

Circ ®-9258 

Church in Georgia - Thursday : Episcopal; 

Est. "92; Sp 9 1-4X13 1-2: Sub. $1. C. K. 

Nelson. Circ ®-1000 



Constitution— Morning; Dem; Est. '68; 12p 
18x23; Sub. §5. Constitution Pub. Co. 
Circ 3-28000 

Constitution— Sunday : Dem: Est. '68;38-o2p 
IS L';;: Sub. .r;2. Constitution Pub. Co. 
Cin- 3 -40000 

Constitution — Monday; Dem: Est. '68; 12-16p 
18X23; Sub. .i?l. Constitution Pub. Co. 
Circ S-146,000 

Cultivator and Dixie Farmer— Si-Mo: Agri- 
cultural; Est. '43; 24p 9X13; Sub. .'Jl. 
Cultivator Pub. Co. Circ ^-25333 

Deutsche Zeitung — Ind; Est. 1902; 6p 

17X24; Sub. .si. 50. Albert Orth. Circ... 3-900 

Dixie— Monthly; Ind'l; Est. '85; 62p9Xll; 

Sub. SI. Dixie f'o. Circ @-7462 

Eclectic Medical Journal— Monthly; Est. '79; 

4(ip; Sub. si. Circ 3>-1511 

Educational Journal— Monthly ; Est. '93; 36p 
6X9; Sub. #1. Franklin Ptg. & Pub. Co. 
Circ ®-2444 

Fancier— Si-Mo ; Poultry; Est. '87; 36p 9X12; 

Sub. 50c. Geo.M.Downs. Circ ®-4010 

Georgia Tech— t Monthly ; Collegiate; Est. '94; 
ICp 8X11: Sub. §1. Franklin Ptg. and 
Pub. Co. Circ $-329 

Jewish Sentiment— Friday : Religious and 
Family; Est. '95; 8-16p 11X16; Sub. $2. 
Jewish Sentiment Pub. Co. Circ @-6800 

Journal— Evening; Dem; Est. '83; 10-24p 

17x24; Sub.. S5. Atlanta Journal. Circ. 1-37851 
Pithlisher's Stafem'>nf.—i)n .Tune 1, 1902. The .\t- 
lanta Journal printed its first Sunday edition, and 
the ])iiblishers now guarantee that tlie net paid circu- 
lation of the Sunday Journal is at least 25 percent 
larger than the net paid circulation of any other Sun- 
day edition of a daily new.spaper published in Georgia. 
The Daily .Journal is read in 97 per cent of the homes 
of .\tlanta, and in addition is delivered by carriers 
to the cream of the poijulation in three" hundred 
towns outside of .Atlanta. The Semi-Weekly .Journal 
is the sole official organ of the "Southern Cotton 
Grower's Protective Association," and as such bears 
a closer relation to its readers tlian is sustained by 
any other newspaper of country circulation in this 
section. 

Journal — .Sunday; Dem; Est. 1902: 40p 

17X24; .Sub. .S2. Atlanta Journal. Circ. i -38515 

Journal— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. 
"85; 12p 17x24; Sub. .$1. Atlanta 
Journal. Circ j[ -34106 

Journal of Labor— Saturday ; Est. '98; 8p 

1C>X22 ; Suii. .si. Jerome .Jones. Circ 

Mail and Express— Sunday; Dem; Est. '85; 
4p 20x26; Sub. $1. Mail and Express 
Pub. Co. Circ ®-2052 

National— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '82: 8p 

15x19 1-2; Sub. .SI. Benj.Conley. Circ.^-5200 
News— Evening; Ind; p:st. 1902; lOp 15X21; 

Sub. .s.S. .\tlanta News Pub. Co. Circ... 2,-16500 
Plowboy and Country Farmer — Monthly ; 

Agricultural; Est. "89; 32p8X12; Sub. §1. 

Plowboy Co. Circ ®-18860 

Presbyterian— Wednesday ; Est. '85;20-32p 

6 1-2X9; .Sub. $2. E.Y.Clarke. Circ. .f -2500 
Pythian Lodge Secret — Monthly ; K. ofP; 

Est."9(): li;p 11 1-2X13; .Sub. $1. Pythian 

Pub. Co. Circ 1 -2758 

So. Age (Colored)— Saturday ; Ind-Rep; Est. 

"91; 4p 17x24; Sub. )S1. 50. H.A.Hagler. 

Circ (§)-964 

So. Architect and Building News— Friday; 

Est. 'S'.l; IC.p '.IX 14; Sub. s5.0(t. Edw. M. 

1 lurant. ( ire 3-3800 

So. Evangelist— Thursday ;Religious; Est. '97; 

lOp 9X12; Sub. §1. Alfred E. .Seddon. 

Circ (D-1500 

So. Grocer— Monthly ; Est. '92; 36p 9X12; 

Sub. .si. So. Grocer Pub. Co. Circ 3;-2670 

So. Home— Si-mo; Family; Est. '98; 16p 

11X16; Sub. 50c. J. Campbell Douglas. 

Circ ®-5300 

So. Industrial News— Monthly ; Mechanical; 

Est. '95; :'it;p ',1X12; Sub. .S2. Industrial 

News Co. Circ ^-4.000 



GEORGIA. 



88 



So. Ruralist— Monthly ; Agri-Ind; Est. '9-t; 

Sj) 10X14; Sub. 25e. .So. Kuralist I'ul). 

< "• ^'irc ©-25500 

So. Star— Saturday : Prohibition; Est. '87; 8p  

1 .">  -22 ; Sub. s"l. IJarkcr l\ib. Co. Circ. 4; -7497 

Southeastern Underwriter— Monthly ; insur- 
;uu-e: Kist. ",)•;; 24:\) '.) 1-2X12; Sub. $:i. 
Southeastern Underwriter Co. Circ (3;-1117 

Staats Nachrichten (German"; — Saturday ;Est. 
".II; C.-l-.'i) 15X20; Sub. .fl.SO. Albert 
( )rtli. Circ (3-1550 

Sunny South— Weekly ; Family; Est. '74; 
10-12p; Sub. 50c. Sunny South Pub. Co. 
Circ (g)-50000 

"Voice of Missions— Si-Mo ; Est.'92 ; 4p20X26 ; 

Sub. 5(ic. H. M.Turner. Circ (g)-HllC. 

Watts' Official Railway Guide of the South 

—Monthly; Est. 'SC, ; 24.Sp 5X« ; Sub. .•c;2. 
W:itts Pub. Co. (ire ®-3872 

Wesleyan Christian Advocate— Wednesday; 
3Iethodist; Est. '36; ie>p 13X17; Sub. 
.S2. M.J. Cofer. Circ f)-9604 

AUGUSTA*, 39441; Richmond, 53735; 13Gm NW of 
Charleston. S. C. on Charleston & West Carolina, So. 
Carolina and Georgia and Atlantic Coast Line, terminus 
Oeorgia, Augusta Line C. of Ga., Port Royal & Augusta, 
Augusta Lines Southern and S. A. L. and Augusta 
So. Rys. ; at head of navigation on Savannah river with 
daily passenger and freight steamer service for Savan- 
nah and intermediate ports. Receives 300,705 bales of 
cotton a year and lias Aiken-Warren (cotton) Mfg. Co., 
Enterprise Mfg. Co., cotton goods; Globe Cotton Mills, 
yarns; Graniteville Mfg. Co., cotton goods; Isoeta 
(cotton) Mills, John P. King Mfg. Co., cotton goods; 
Augusta Factory, cotton goods; Langley Mfg. Co., 
brown sheeting, shirting and drills; Riverside Mills, 
cotton batting and waste; Sibley Mfg. Co., cotton 
goods; Southern Mfg. Co., cotton yarns; Buckeye 
Cotton Oil Mill: Warwick Cotton Mills, Interstate 
Cotton Oil Co., Southern Pine Co. of GeorgLa, lumber; 
Lombard Iron Works and Supply Co., Lowrey Wagon 
Works, McCoy Brick & Tile Co., Moore-Edenlield 
Electric & Mfg. Co., Brown Sheeting and Shirting 
Mills ; Augusta Brewing, Cotton and Compress, 
Guano, Lumber & Stockyards companies and Cotton 
and Mattress factories and Georgia Chemical Works, 
■Comiiress and Cotton Oil companies and Iron works. 
The 14 cotton factories alone employ 8000 people, with 
monthly pay roll of .?125,000. Augusta is a trade and 
wholesale jobbing centre for the surrounding country 
in Georgia and South Carolina within 100 miles radius, 
with 300.000 pop. and annual trade of .$82,000,000. 
Trolley to North Augusta, and Aiken S. C. Has Augusta 
Orphan Asylum, two hospitals and Sanitarium. Is 
famous winter resort with magnificent hotels. Val. 
.§20,225,585. Express ; Telegraph. Nat. Bank of Au- 
:gusta. Hotel Bon Air. 

Baptist (Colored) — Thursday; Religious; Est. 
'.S(t; 8p 13X20; Sub. $1.50 Baptist Ptg. 
< o. Circ ca -2500 

Chronicle— Morning; Dem; Est. 1785; 8p 

17x23; Sub. $5. Augusta Chronicle Pub. 

Co. Circ @-6500 

Chronicle— Sunday ; Dem ; Est. 1785; ir.-24p 

17x23; Sub. .SI. Augusta Chronicle I'ub. 

Co. Circ (2)-7500 

Chronicle— 'I'uesday and Friday; Dem; Est. 

1785; 16p 15x23; Sub. $1. Augusta 

Chronicle Pub. Co. Circ |::-4043 

Herald— Evening ; Ind-Dem; Est. '90; 8p 

17X24; Sub. .$5. Herald Pub. Co. Circ. J)-5920 

Times-Herald (Sunday edition of Herald)— 
Suuilav; Ind-Dem; Est. '98; 16p 17X24; 
Sub. .SI. Herald Pub. Co. Circ ij-6556 

Herald— Friday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '97; 8p 

17X24; Sub. 30c. Herald Pub. Co. Circ.Ji-3571 

Tribune— Kvening; Ind; Est. '95: 8p 15x24; 

Sul). So. Tribune Pub Co. Circ (D-2300 

Tribune-Weekly; Ind; Est. '92; 8p 15X24; 

.Sul). .SI. Tribune Pub. Co. Circ ®-1500 

Union (Colored)— Saturday; Rep; Est. '89; 
4p 15x22; Sub. i?!. A. W. Wimberly. 
Circ ®-2330 

BAINBEIDGE*, 2641; Decatur, 29454; 230m SW of 
Savannah on .Savannah, Florida and Western and Ala- 
bama Midland and Georgia, Florida and Alabama Rys. 
Is trade centre for farming and cotton and tobacco rais- 



ing section. Has winter visitors. Val. .1(900,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Bainbridge State Bank. Sharon 
House. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '71; 8p 
16X22; Sub. $1. John M. Brown. 
Circ f3:)-2200 

Searchlight— Friday; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 

13  20; Sub. .SI. S. R. Brinson. Circ 

BARNESVILLE, 3030 ; Pike, 187<;i ; COm S of AtlanU 
on ( entral of (ieorgia and terminus Barnesville br. 
U. C. Rys. Has Barnesville and Summers Buggy 
companies, cotton yarn mill, three underwear nulls, 
one hosiery mill and one shoe factory, employing 
350 people. Trade centre of surround'^ing farming 
country. Seat of Gordon Institute. Is summer and 
winter resort. Val. .S950,()0(). Express; Tele- 
grai)h. Barnesville .Savings Bank. Matthews Hotel. 
Georgia Farmer— Si-Mo; Agricultural; Est. 

'85 ; 8p 15X22 ; Sub. 50c. Ga. Farmer Co. 

Circ (D-2670 

News-Gazette— Thursday; Dem; Est. '68; 8p 

15 < 22 ; .Sub. $1. J. B. Hardy. Circ r5!-2000 

BAXLEY*, 488; Appling, 12336; 30m NWof Jesupon 
Chattanooga & Brunswick br. S. Ry. Has turpentine 
distillery, syrup refinery, two ginneries and is in farm- 
ing district. Express; Telegraph. Baxley Banking Co. 
News-Banner — Friday ; Dem; Est. '83; 8p 

10 • 22 ; Sub. $1. Xews Pub. Co. Circ (3 -800 

BLACKSHEAR*, 1240; Pierce, 8100; 87m SW of 
Savannah on Charleston & Port Tampa div. A. C. L. 
Ry. Has cottonseed oil mill, cotton gin and fertilizer 
factory. Trade centre for 5000 pop. Express; Tele- 
graph. The Blackshear Bank. Thomas Hotel. 
Times— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '80; 4p 18X24; 

Sul). SI. E. Z. ByTd. Circ ©-860 

BLAIRSVILLE*, 141; Union, 8481; 52m NW of 
Gainesville; nearest railroad point, Nottla, N. C. An 
agricultural town. Express; Telegraph. Mineral Bluff. 
First Nat. Bank, Gainesville. 

Herald— Friday; Dem; Est. '91; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. ,§1. T. J. Haralson. Circ (3,-500 

BLAKELY*, 804; Early, 14828; 50m SW of Albany 
on Central of Georgia Ry. Cotton, corn, sweet potatoes, 
lumber, naval stores, fruits and sugar cane are the 
chief products. Has oil and fertilizer works and brick 
manufactory. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Blakely. 
Livingston House. 

News— Thursday : Dem: Est. '59; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. A.' J. & W. W. Fleming. Circ... .(2)-860 
Reporter— Thursday : Dem; Est. '94; 8p 

11X15; Sub. $1. J. Powell. Circ 4.-501 

So. Pit Games— Monthly ; Sporting ; Est. '94; 
8-lOp 15 1-2X20;. Sub. $1. Jeff Flem- 
miiig. Circ fj)-1458 

BLUE RIDGE*, 2048; Fannin, 11214; 102m K of At- 
lanta on main line and terminus Murphy br. Atlanta, 
Knoxville & Northern Ry. Fruit growing and mining 
are the i)rincii)al industries. Agricultural trade centre 
for surrounding counties. Exi)ress; Telegrajih. Blue 
Ridge Bank. 

Post— Thursday ; Est. '88; 4p 17X24; .Sub. .fl. 

J. M. Hackney. Circ 3-558 

Southern World— Saturday; Dem; Est.'98;4p 
17X24; Sub. 75c. Davis, Dobbs & Kellog. 
Circ. ($-650 

BOWDON, 307; Carroll, 26576; 12m W of Carrollton, 
nearest railroadi and telegraph point. Here are saw 
mills, grist mills and cotton gins. Raises cattle and 
farm ]iroduce. Express. Carrolton Mercliants' and 
Planters' Bank. 
Intelligence— Thursday ; Local; Est. '90; 8p 

10 22; Sub. $1. J. W. Yarbrough. Circ..®-560 

BRUNSWICK*, 9081; Glynn, 14317; 90m ,SW of 
Savannah, terminus Soathern and Brunswick & West- 
ern Rys.; on Oglethorpe bay, with large ocean trade. 
Has flilton-Dodge Lumber Co., Taylor Cook Cypress 
Co., The Downing Co., Brunswick Foundry, Machine 
& Mfg. Co., Brunswick & AVestern Ry Shops, Bay Iron 
Works, em])loying 3000 i)eoi)le, with monthly pay roll 
of .S100,000. Trade centre for extensive farming and 
timber section. Has United States Marine Hospital. 
Is popular summer and winter resort, with fine hotels. 
Val. .$4,650,000. Express; Telegraph. Nat. Bank of 
Brunswick. The Oglethorpe Hotel. 



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Herald— Saturday ; Rep: Est. '97; 4p 13X20; 

.SuIkSI. Herald Pub. Co. Circ @-850 

News— Morning ex Mon ; Dem; Est. '88; 

4p 14x20; Sub. §5. News Pub. Co. Circ.(g:-1400 

News— Sunday; Dem; Est. '88; 4p 14X20; 

Sub. i^l. News Pub. Co. Ciro (f -1500 

BUCHANAN*, 359; Haralson, 11922; 50m W of At- 
lanta on C liattanooga, Rome & Columbus Ry. A farm- 
ing town. Express; Telegraj)!!. Citizens' Bank, 
Tallajioosa. 
Banner-Messenger— Thursday ; Dem; Est. 

■S4; 4p 22x31; Sub. 75c. A. Ayres. Circ.(l)-600 
Tribune— Friday ; Ind ; Est.'97 ; 8pl 3X 20 ; Sub. 

7r.c. A.R. bodson. Giro (g)-800 

BUENA VISTA*, 1161; Marion, 10080; 36m SE of 
Columbus on Americus & Columbus br. C. of G. Ry. 
Has :Mercliant Corn Mill, storehouses, and is shipping 
point for cotton and peaches. Express; Telegraph. 
Ruena Vista Loan & Savings Bank. 
Patriot— Friday; Dem; Est. '75; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. .'?1. Samuel Felder. Circ (g)-1223 

BUFORD, 1352; Gwinnett, 25585; 37m N of Atlanta 
on Southern Ky. Here are harness and saddle factories, 
silver and gold mines, tanneries, factories and Patillo 
Lumber Co. Express; Telegrajih. Bank of Buford. 

Alliance Plow Boy— Wednesday ; Farm Al- 
liance: Est. '92; 4p 18x24; Sub. iSl. W. 
W. Wilson. Circ @-600 

BUTLER*, 707; Taylor, 9846; 50m W of Columbus 
on ( eutral of Georgia Ry. Ships cotton and fruit and is 
trade centre for Mrming district. Butler Male and 
Female College here. Express ; Telegrai)h. Bank of 
Butler. Sealy House. 

Herald— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. '76; 8p 13x20; 

Suli. SI. W. N. Benns. Circ if -800 

CALHOUN*, 851: Gordon, 14119; 20m S of Dalton 
on Western it Atlantic Ry. Is trade centre for an agri- 
cultural and gracing section. Here are rich marble, 
iron and mineral deposits. Is the centre of x>each-grow- 
ing section. Large poultry and produce market. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank of Calhoun. Calhoun Hotel. 

Times— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. .SI. James A. Hall. Circ J-llOO 

CAMILLA*, 1051 ; Mitchell. 14767 ; 227m SW of Savan- 
nah on 'rhompsonville & Albany br. P. S. Ry. Is a 
manufacturing town and local trade centre. Raises 
fruit and melons, cotton, cattle, hogs, etc. Val. ,'?60<),- 
000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Camilla. Hotel 
Georgia. 

Clarion— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '81 ;8p 15x22; 

.Sub. .11. Sam Felder.. Circ (3-1000 

CANON, 2.50; Franklin, 17700; 25m SE of Toccoa on 
Southern Ry. Has cotton raising and iron mining in- 
terests. Exjiress; Telegrajih, Bowersville. Hartwell 
liank, Boyston. 

Herald— Saturday ; Universalist ; Est. '97; 4p 

16X22; Sub. '$1. John M. Bowers. Circ.(2)-1225 

Union— Si-Mo; Religious; Est. '85; 4-6p 

15x22; Sub. 50c. Union Pub. Co.Circ (S-500 

CANTON*, 1200; Cherokee, 15243; 24m N of Marietta 
on Atlanta. Knoxville & Northern Ry. Has marl)le 
tinishing works, flour mills, cotton gins, and manufac- 
tories of furniture, leather and leather goods. Is a 
summer resort and seat of Etowah Milifciry Institute. 
Trade centre for agricultural and mining district. Val. 
.$200,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Canton. 
Pickett House. 

Advance— Friday: Dem; Est. '80; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. lifl. W.G.McNelly. Circ 'S-1200 

CARNESVILLE*, 275; Franklin, 17700; 33m NE of 
Athens; nearest railroad jioint, Martin. In farming 
section. Express; Telegraph, Bowersville. Bank of 
the University, Athens. 

Free Press Organ— Friday ; Pop; Est. '75; 4p 

18X24; Sub. si. W. A. Landrum. Circ...®-330 

CARROLLTON*, 1998; Carroll, 2C.576; 25m NW of 
Newnau on < irill'en <.K: Carrollton br. C. of G. and ter- 
minus Chattanooga, Rome & Columbus Rys. Is com- 
mercial centre and cotton shipi>ing jioint for an agri- 
cultural and grazing district. Express; Telegrajih. 
Merchants' & I'lantei-s' Bank. Southland Hotel. 



Free Press— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '83; 8-12p 

13x20; Sub. $1. Jno. T. Hearn. Circ. .il,-lT6T 

People's Advocate— Wednesday ; Pop; Est. 
'9(;: 4p 17x24; Sub. $1. C. F. Dodson. 
Circ i -75S 

Times— Thursday ; Dem: Est. '71; 8-12p 

13 -20; Sub.' $1. J. J. Thomasson. Circ.3-1000- 

CARTERSVILLE*, 3135 ; Bartow, 20823 ; 48m NW of 
Atlanta on Western & Atlantic, terminus East & West 
Rys. Etowah river furnishes water power. Has Cen- 
tral Mining Co., Iron Belt R. K. Mining Co., Georgia 
Peruvian Gchre Co., G. B. Linderman, ochre mines; 
flour and corn mill and minor industries. Grows cotton,, 
corn and wheat. Is mining and peach growing trade 
centre for county. Has general offices East & West 
Ry. Is ]iopular mountain summer resort. Val. .'i;2,000,- 
000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel 
Shelman. 

News and Courant— Thursday; Dem; Est. 
'82; 8p 15x22; Sub. ,'#1. Freeman & 
Chapman. Circ il)-1600> 

CEDARTOWN*, 2823 ; Polk, 17856 ; 65m NW of At- 
lanta on Central of Ga. and East & AVest Rys. Has 
Cedartown Cotton Mfg. Co., hosiery yarn; Standard 
Cotton Mills, Josephine Knitting Mills, 'Walmeta Knit- 
ting Mills, Cherokee Knitting Mills, Cedartown Ice 
Mfg. Co., High tower Planing & Lumber Mills, Alabama 
and Georgia Iron Furnace Co., Borden & Heralson 
Mining Co., Cherokee Foundry, Cherokee Flour mills, 
E. V. W. Railway shops. North Georgia Mining Co., 
C.F. Miller, iron mining; and Southern Slate Co. Is 
trade centre for farming, manufacturing and mining 
section. Is a winter resort. Val. .¥1,250,000. Ex])ress: 
Telegraph. Commercial Bank. Booze's Hotel. 

Cedartown -Courier — Thursday; Ind-Dem; 
Est. 94; S-lOp 13x18; Sub. .'^l. J.T.Gib- 
son. Circ J)-1563- 

Standard— Thursday; Dem; Est. '78; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1. Standard Pub. Co. Circ.®-1550- 

CHIPLEY, 459; Harris, 18009; 8m NE of Hamilton 
on Cohnnbus & Greenville br. C. of G. Ry. Farming. 
f^xjiress: Telegraph. Bank of Chipley. 

Enterprise— Thursday; Dem; Est. '93; 4-6p 

1 ;!  20 ; Sub. $1. Chas. Stout. Circ '3'-550 

CLARKESVILLE*, 491; Habersham, 13604; 8.5m NE 
of Atlanta on Tallulah Falls Ry. Has cotton, woolen, 
saw and grist mills. In farming section. Exi)ress ; 
Telegrajih. Toceoa Banking Co. Mt. View Hotel. 

Advertiser— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. '78; 4p 
15x22; Sub. $1. Chas. L. & Martha C. 
Bass. Circ I)-600- 

CLAYTON*, 199; Rabun, 6285; 14m NE of Tallulah 
Falls, nearest railroad point. Agricultural centre. Ex- 
press : Telegraph, Tallulah Falls. Bank, Walhalla, S. C. 

Tribune— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. "97 ; 4p 20X 2(3 ; 

Sub. ijl. J.A.Reynolds. Circ ;3 -480 

COLUMBUS*, 17614; Muscogee, 29836; 126m SW of 
Atlanta, junction Central of Georgia, Georgia & Ala- 
bama and Southern Rys.; at head of navigation on 
Chattahouchee river, wliich furnishes ample water jiow- 
er. Is leading cotton manufacturing city of the south. 
Here are : The Eagle & I'hoenix, Clegg, Muscogee, 
Hamburger, Swift Mfg. and Columbus Mfg. companies, 
cotton goods; Empire and Cty Mills Coi., flour: 
Goden's Foundryl& Machine Works, Mutual Cotton 
Oil Co., Southern I'low Co., Shcppard Bros., brick; 
Columbus Barrel Mfg. Co., Fertilizing Co., Iron Works 
Co. and other interests. Is cotton raising trade centre 
for Muscogee and surrounding counties in Georgia 
and Alabama and shipping point for cotton, lumber, to- 
bacco and live stock. Is seat of Atlanta University, 
Clark Theological School and Gammon School of The- 
ology. Val. $13,410,460. Express; Telegraph. Third 
Nat. Bank. Rankin House. 

Enquirer-Sun— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Fist. 
•2S; Sp 15x22; Sub. S8. C. I. Groover. 
Circ (J-4191 

Enquirer-Sun— Sunday; Dem; Est. '28; 12p 

15x22; Sub. $1.50. C. 1. Groover. Circ.®-4656- 
Enquirer-Sun— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '28 ; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1. C. I. Groover. Circ... .®-6051 
Ledger— Evening; ex Sat; Dem; Est. '86; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $5. R. W. Page & Co. Circ..5i-390(> 
Ledger— Sunday ; Dem; Est. '86; 12p 15x22; 

Sub. .•?!. R. W. Page & Co. Circ 4,-397^ 



GEORGIA. 



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Ledger— Friday ; Dem; Est. '8G; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. R. W. Page .& Co. Circ ®-47G 

CONYERS*, 1G()5; Rockdale, 751.''); lUm -SE of Atlanta 
1)11 (Jcdiuia Ry. Has millinij, cotton raising- and shii)- 
pinj; interests. A commercial centre for section. Val. 
.$4;('m,"_'4',». Express; Telefjraph. .John H. Almand, 
Banker. Whitehead House. 
Banner— Friday ; Dem ; Est.'78 ; 8-12p 13x20 ; 

Sni). .$1. J".H. Wallis. Circ 'S-SOO 

CORDELE, 3473; Dooly, 26567; 65m S of Macon on 
<^ieorf;ia \- Southern Florida and Georgia & Alabama, 
terminus .\lhany ^r Northern Rys. Has Cordele Mfg. 
•Co., cotton goods; Atlanta an<l Cordele Cooperage 
companies, Cain and Canada Eumber & Mfg. compa- 
nies and other industries, emiiloying 2:^5 people, with 
monthly pay roll of .':<4.5()(). Is farming and lumbering 
trade centre for Dooly and surrounding counties and 
distributing point of Standard Oil Co. Has division 
office Southern Express Co. Val. *700,()()0. Express; 
Telegrajdi. First Nat. Bank. Suwanee House. 

Sentinel— Friday; Dem; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 61. Bivins & Ballenger. Circ :3:i-119G 

COVINGTON*, 2062; Newton, 16734:; 41m SE of At- 
lanta, junction Georgia and Macon, Gordon & Coving- 
ton br! ('. of G. Rys. Manufactures farm imi)lements 
and has good cotton trade. Val. §663,544. Express; 
Telegraph. Clark Banking Co. Flowers House. 
Enterprise— Friday ; Dem; Est. '65; 8p 

•_'<•> X 40 ; Sub. .?1. Clias. G. Smith. Circ. .3,-750 
Star— Tuesday ; Dem ; Est. '74; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .SI. 'J.W.Anderson. Circ ®-626 

■CRAWFORDVILLE*, 597; Taliaferro, 7912; 64m W 
of Augusta on (Georgia Ry . Has carriage and other fac- 
tories and is local trade centre for nearby towns. 
Val. S25u,(iOO. Express; Telegraph. Nat. Bank of 
-Crawfordsville. 

Advocate-Democrat- Friday; Dem; Est. '76; 

«p 12 1-2x17; Sub. fl. J. C. Williams. Circ.($,-800 

CTJLLODEN, 334; Monroe, 20682; 16m SW of Forsyth 
on .Alacon cV Birmingham and Atlanta cV Fort Valley br. 
S. Rys. Is a farming town and summer resort. Val. 
$80,000. Express; Telegraph. Culloden Bank. 
Herald— Tuesday ; Non-partisan; Est. '97; 4p 

15x22; Sub: ijl. E.H.Smith. Circ ®-499 

CUMMING*, 239; Forsyth, 11550; 40m N of Atlanta; 
nearest railroad point, Buford. Cotton, grain and fruit 
are raised. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Buford. 

Baptist— Friday ; Est. '91; 8p 12X18; Sub. 

^-;l. .1. E. Kirby.. Circ f-1606 

CUTHBERT*, 2641; Randolph, 16847: on main line 
of Central of Georgia Ry., between Macon and Mont- 
gomery ; Northern terminus of G. F. & A. Ry. and Fort 
Gaines br. of C. of G. Ry. Has cotton thread and ice fac- 
tories, grist mills and ginneries. Location of Bethel 
College for males and Andrew College for females. Val. 
.S55O.00O. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Cuthbert. 
Castle Duke Hotel. 

Leader— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '91 ;4p 20x26; 

Sub. .SI. Howell & Pearson. Circ i4)-889 

Liberal-Enterprise— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '66; 
8p 15X22; Sub. .$1. Southwest Georgia 
Pub. Co. Circ 3)-1000 

DAHLONEGA*, 1225; Lumpkin, 7433; 68in NE of At- 
lanta : nearest railroad point, Gainesville. In centre of 
Appalachian gold belt. Has several stamp mills run by 
water power and quartz and placer mines, employing 
5()(t men. Seat of North Georgia Agricultural College 
and >Iilitary Institute. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank, Gainesville. Hall House. 

Nugget— Friday ; Dem; Est. '89; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. .SI. W. B. Townsend. Circ (D-950 

Sienal— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '38; 4p 24x36; 
^ .Sub. .SI. J. W. Woodard. Circ rg -900 

DALLAS*, 900; Paulding, 12969; 34m NW of Atlanta 
on Southern Ry. Has large cotton gin, bicycle, carriage 
and machine shops and ginnery and is trade centre for 
fanning section. Gold mining. Express ; Telegrapli. 
A'al. S200,000. Fourth Nat. Bank, Atlanta. March- 
man House. 

New Era— Friday; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 11x18; 

Sul). 75c. R. B. Walker. Circ @-1045 

DALTON*, 4315; Wliitfield, 14509; 100m NNW of 
Atlanta on Southern and Nashville, Chattanooga & St. 
Louis Rys. Has Crown Cotton Mills, ducks ; Cherokee 



Mfg. Co., lumber ; Farrar Lumber Co., Manly Mfg. Co., 
M. D. & H. L. Smith Pants and Overall Mfg., stove 
manufacturing company, coffin factory, tioiir mills, 
iron works and minor industries, employing 1000 
peoi)le. Is farming, mining, lumbering and stock 
raising trade centre for northwestern Georgia. The 
largest fruit raising country in the state. Has 
Dalton Female College. Is winter and summer health 
resort. Val. .$1,233,325. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank. Hotel Dalton. 

Argus— Saturday; Dem; Est. '78; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .SI. B. L. Hartsill. Circ :g)-1500 

Citizen — Thursday : Dem; Est. '50; 4p 
18x24; Sub. .SI. Shope & Showalter 
Circ @-1000 

Herald- Thursday; Pop; Est. '93; 4p 18X36; 

Sub. SI. J. A. Bodenhamer. Circ @-2000 

Music Teacher and Home Magazine— Month • 
ly; Est. '85; (Hp 6X',t; Sul). 50c. Music 
Teacher and Home Magazine Co. (Dated at 
Dalton, Ga., and Dallas, Tex. also.) 
Comb. Circ 1,-14000 

DANIELSVILLE, 217; Madison, 13224; 15m N of 
Athens; nearest railroad i)oint, Comer. Cotton raising 
is the principal industry. Express and Telegraph, 
Comer. Commercial Bank, Athens. 
Monitor— Friday; Dem; Est. '82; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. SI. Mosely & Christy. Circ (D-744 

DARIEN*, 1739; Mcintosh, 6537; 60m SW of Savan- 
nah on Altamaha river and terminus Darien & Western 
Ry. Makes heavy shipments of lumber, and is trade 
centre for a timber district. Val. .Sl,408,688. Express; 
Telegraph. Darien Bank. 

Gazette— Saturday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '74; 8p 

16)X22;Sub. $2.50. Richard AV. Grubb. 

Circ .D-300 

Spectator (Colored)— Saturday; Local; Est. 

•9."i;4p 13x20; Sub. SI. Spectator Pub. 

Co. Circ 

DAWSON*, 2926; Terrell, 19023 ; 63m SE of Coltim- 
bus on Central of Georgia and Seaboard Air Line Rys. 
Has Dawson Variety Mfg. Co., Builders' Supply Co., ice 
factory, crate and box factory, Dawson Cotton Com- 
press and Oil companies and manufactures of lumber, 
sash, doors, blinds and builders' materials, employing 
10( ) peoi)le. Large quantities of peaches are grown and 
shipped anmially. Is farming trade centre for sur- 
rounding country with annual trade of S2, 250,000. 
Val. $1,130,000. Express; Telegraph. Dawson Nat. 
Bank. Farnum House. 
News— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '84 ;8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. E. L. Rainey. Circ 5-1500 

DAWSONVILLE*, 547; Dawson, 5442; 22m NW of 
Gainesville, nearest railroad point. In mining and 
farming region. Express; Telegraph, Gainesville. 
First Nat. Bank, Gainesville. 
Advertiser— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '84; 4p 
13x20; Sub. SI. J- P- Thomas & Son. 
Circ (E)-850 

DECATUR*, 1418; Dekalb, 21112; 6m E of Atlanta 
on Georgia Ry. Has Agnes Scott Institute for young 
ladies and the"Donald Frazier School for boys and young 
men. Has summer and winter visitors. Trolley to 
Atlanta. Val. S600,000. Express ; Telegraph. Fourth 
Nat. Bank, Atlanta. Jossey Hotel. 
Missionary Helper— Monthly ; Baptist; Est. 
'93; 8p 11X13; Sub. 50c. Mrs. C. E. Kerr. 

Circ ®-2162 

New Era— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '87; 8p 

18X24; Sub. SI. J.S.Mills. Circ D-IOOO 

Standard-Friday ; Dem; Est. '99; 4p 15X22; 

Sul). SI. T. Colfee. Circ @-830 

DOUGLAS*, '"'17; Coffee, 16169; 42m NW of Way- 
cross, on Birmingham & Atlanjic Ry. and on line of 
Brunswick and Birm ngham Ry., and terminus of Mt. 
Vernon & Valley Ry., connections with boat line 
Ocumlgee river. Has foundry and machine shops, ice 
factory, saw and planing mills. Douglas is trade 
centre for Coffee county. Seat of South Georgia Nor- 
mal Institute. Express; Telegraph. Union Banking 
Co. 
Breeze— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. SI. J. M. Freeman & Daughters. 

Circ ®-1200 



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DOUGLASVILLE*, 1140; Douglas 8745; 27m W of 
Atlanta on Atlanta e^- Birmingham br. S. Ry. A cotton 
market and shipping ]joint for farming pop. Express ; 
Telegrajih. Doughisville lianking Co. 
New South-Friday; Dem; Est. '77: 4p 

liS x24; Sub. .t^l. C.F.Douglass. Cire...i-/o8 

DUBLIN*, f">29S ; Laurens, 25i)08 ; Him SE of Macon, 
on Macon, Dublin & Savannah, Wrightsville & Ten- 
nille C. of (i. Rys. ; on Oconee river, with four steamers 
for Brunswick," connecting with Atlantic ports. Has 
Dublin Brick Co. and Iron Works, hame, curry comb 
and furniture factories, cotton compress and minor 
industries, emi)!oving .")00 peoi>le, with monthly pay 
roll of .?12,000. " Is trade centre for farming, fruit 
"■rowing, naval stores and timber section, with 400(10 
pop. and annual trade of §2,000,000. Has general 
offices of Wrightsville & Tennille and Oconee & 
AVestern Rvs. Is winter resort. Val. ••? 1,200,000. Ex- 
jiress: Teley:raph. Dublin Banking Co. 
Courier-Dispatch— Monday and Thursday ; 

Dem; Est. '78; 4-12p 16X22; Sub. .?!. 

Stanley & Hilton. Circ 1-1900 

EASTMAN*, 123.'>; Dodge, 20000; .^Om SE of Macon 
on Chattanooga & Brunswick br. S. Ry. In a lumber, 
agricultural and sheep raising region. Is a trade centre 
and shi]is large amount of cotton, wool, naval stores 
and lumber. Val. .•^139, 288. Express; Telegraph. 
Citizens' Banking Co. De Leitch House. 
Times-Journal— Friday; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 

i:!-2n; Suli. 81. R. S. Burton & Son. 

Circ. . . : ®-1017 

EAST POINT, oS'.iO; Fulton, 117,3(53; Cm SW of At- 
hinta <jn Savannah, Macon & Atlanta br. C. of G. and 
Atlanta and West Point Rys. Here are buggy and horse 
collar factories, cottonseed oil, cotton and woolen mills 
and fertilizer works. Express; Telegraph. Capital 
City Bank, Atlanta. 
Plowboy— Saturday; Ind; Est.' 82; 8p 

i;5- 19 1-2; Sub. .fl. Plowboy Co. Circ..i3;i-3200 

EATONTON*, 2f!00; Putnam, 13486; 2.3m NW of 
Millcdgeville on Macon, Gordon & Covington br. C. of 
(i. Ry. Is a shii)ping ])oint and trade centre for fruit, 
butter, vegetable and cotton i)roducing community. 
Val. .'s;731,683. Express; Telegraph. Middle Cieorgia 
Bank. Hotel Putnam. j 

Messenger— Saturday; Dem; Est. '67; 8p I 

15x22; Sub. .§1. Geo. W. Adams. Circ. ..^-712 

ELBERTON*, 3834; Elbert, 19729; 32m NE of Athens, 
iunction Sealjoard Air Line and Southern Rys. Cul- 
tivates fruit, grain and cotton and has several manu- 
facturing concerns. Val. .S380,595. Express; Tele- 
gra])h. Bank of Elberton. Phoenix Hotel. 
Star— Thursdav: Dem; Est.'88; 8-12p 10X13; 

Sub. 81. W.L.Skelton. Circ @-2234 

Tribune— Fridav ; Dem ; Est. '96; 6p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. B.' I. Thornton. Circ ®-700 

ELLAVILLE^, 474; Schley, 5499; 15m NW of 
Amcricus on Central of Georgia Ry. Is noted for its 
excellent jieaches and is a cotton growing and shipping 
point. Val. .'?200,000. Express; Telegraph. Mer- 
chants' Exchange Bank. 

News— Thursdav ; Dem; Est. '85; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .'Jil. E."L. Bridges. Circ @-300 

ELLIJAY*, 581; Gilmer, 10198; 90m N of Atlanta on 
Atlanta, Knoxville & Xortliern Ry. Manufactures 
lumber, leather, insulator pins, barrels, cross-ties, 
chairs, sjjokes and wag(ms. Is a fruit and county 
produce market Express; Telegraph. Bank of Canton 
Canton. 
Elli jay-Courier— Thursday; Ind; Est. '75; 

4p 18X24; Sub. .fl. Tabor & Ellington. 

Circ -1-967 

FAIRBURN*, 1028; Campbell, 9518; ISm SW of At- 
lanta on Atlanta & West Point Ry. Shipiiing jioint for 
cotton, fruit and grain growing district. Express; 
Tclegrajdi. Capital City Bank, Atlanta. 

News— Fridav; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. «1. C.D.Toney. Circ ®-871 

FAYETTEVILLE,430; Fayette, 10114; 24m S of At- 
lanta oil Atlanta A Fort Valley br. S. Ry. Is an agricul- 
tural and cotton centre. Is also a manufacturing 
town. Val. .5200,000. Express; Telegraph. Baidi of 
Fayctteville. 
News— Friday; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81. R. L. .lohnson. Circ (^-600 



FITZGERALD, 1817; Irwin,13645; 25m NE of Tifton 
on S. A. L., terminus Tifton & Northeastern and on 
Atlantic A: Birmingham, Fitzgerald, Ocumlgee i<: Red 
Bluff Rys. Is in an agricultural section. Express;; 
Telegraph. The Merchants' and Planters' Bank. New 
Tourist Hotel. 
Citizen— Thursday; Ind-Dem; Est. '96: 8-iap 

15x22; Sub. SI. Dixie Ptg. Co. Circ. . . t-140a 

Enterprise— Thursday; Dem; Est. '95; Sji 
15X22; Sub. $1. Fitzgerald Pub. Co. 
Circ (D-1360 

FLOWERY BRANCH, 420; Hall, 20752; 9m SW of 
(iainesville on Southern Ry. Engaged in farming. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. G. H. Stidhani, Banker. 

Journal— Friday; Local; Est. '89: 4p 13X20; 

Sub. .■?1. Smith & Johnson. Circ ^-263 

FORSYTH*, 1172 ; Monroe. 20682 ; 27m NW of Macou 
on <_'entral of Georgia Ry. The raising of cotton and 
its manufacture into yarn, forms the chief industries 
of Forsyth. Local trade centre for agricultural and 
manufacturing section. Grain, fruit and vegetables 
are largely grown. Has the Banks-Stevens Institute^ 
and Monroe Female College. Val. ,§600,ooo. Express; 
Telegrai)h. Bank of Forsyth. Hotel Lancaster. 

Advertiser— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '55 ; 4p 18 X 24 ; 

Sub. .■:;l. J.F.Lancaster. Circ 3-12eO' 

Chronicle— Thursdav; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 

2(1 X •_•(■,; Sub. $1. J. G. McDonald. Circ. 3-1200- 

FORT GAINES*, 1305; Clay, 8568; 22m SW of Cuth- 
bert on ( hatfcihooche river and Cuthbert & Fort Gaines- 
br. C. of (i. Ry. A farming town, shipping cotton by 
boats on river. Val. 8310,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Fort Gaines. Dobbins House. 

Sentinel— Fridav ; Dem; Est. '95; 8p 13x20; 

Sul>. 81. Joshua Jones. Circ (J)-560 

FORT VALLEY, 2022; Houston, 22(U1 ; 29m SSW of 
Macon on Southwestern br. C., terminus Atlanta & 
Florida and Fort Valley ^: Perry Rys. Is in centre 
of jieach growing region and has Gray Bros. Canning 
factory and Georgia Fruit Packing Co.; Fort Val- 
lev Knitting mills; Georgia Cotton Planter Co., also- 
Fort Valley Mfg. Co., plow handles: H. L. Harris & 
Co., builders' supiilies; A. S. Martin Iron Foundry Co. 
Draws farming trade from surrounding towns. Has 
j winter visitors. Val. -8746,031. J^xpress; Telegraph. 
Exchange Bank of Fort Valley. Harris House. 
Leader— Thursday : Dem; Est. '89: 4p 18X24; 

Sub. Si. Thos. ,1. Shepard. Circ 3 -875- 

FRANKLIN*, 218; Heard, 11177; 60m SW of At- 
lanta ; nearest railroad jioint, Hogansville. Is a mining 
town and has one of the finest granite quarries in the 
South. Here is the Heard County Oil and Fertilizer 
Co. Trade centre for agricultural region and has 
the Franklin Collegiate and Normal Institute. Val. 
$95,000. Express, Hogansville; Telephone. Mer- 
chants' and Farmers' Bank, Hogansville. 

News and Banner— Friday; Dem; Est. '76: 
S-12p 13X20; Sub. -SI. L. A. McCutchen. 
Circ 3-1100 

GAINESVILLE*, 4382; Hall, 20752; 53m NE of At- 
lanta on Southern, terminus Gainesville, .Tefferson- 
ville & Southern div. G. Rys. Has Bagwell & Gower 
Mfg. Co., carriages; Inman, Smith & Co., leather and 
shoes; Gainesville Furniture Mfg. Co., Iron Works 
two cotton factories and other interests. Has mineral 
springs and is a health and summer resort. Val. -'-^2,- 
026,000. Express; T'elegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hunt 
House. 

Eagle— Thursdav ; Dem; Est. '60; 8p 20x26: 

Sub. 81. AV. H. Craig. Circ d 1430 

Industrial News— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '89; 

Si, 13 2(1; Sub. 81. A. S. Hardy. Circ. .(2 -1438 

GEORGETOWN*, ^'^S : Quitman. 4701 : 40m S of Col- 
unilius OH Central of (Jeorgia Ry. : on Chattahoochee 
river. (Jrows and ships cotton. "Express; Telegraph. 
Bank, Eufaula, Ala. 

Journal— Thursdav; Est. '98: 8p 13X20; Sub. 

si. P. W. (iiliicrt. Circ ®-20a 

GIBSON*. 293; (ilascock, 4516; 51m W of Augusta 
on Ceoi-fiia div. S. C. it (i. Ry. Is cotton raising town 
and local trade centre for ])rosperous agricultural ter- 
ritory. Hxpress; Telegraph. Nat. Bank of Augusta, 
Augusta. 
Record -Fridav; Dem; Est. '91; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. 81. .f. W. Wbitely. Circ JJ-35(> 



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GRAY, -0; Jones, 1335.S; ir.m NEof Mai-oii on Macon 
A. AtlK'iis br. r. of G. Ry. Farming. Kxi)ress; Tele- 
tiiapli. First Nat. Bank, Macon. 

News— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '9;); 4p 15X22; 

Sub. $1. M. C. Greene. Cire < J)-52(5 

GREENESBORO*, l."^!!; Greene, 10542 : .S4m W of 
Aufiusta (111 (;f(>r<;ia Ry. Raises corn, liayand cotton 
and is a trade centre for an agricultural jtoiiulation. 
A'al. .•>;45'.t,7:i5. Express; Telegraph. E. A. Coiielan, 
Ranker, (oiiinierclal Hotel. 
Herald-Journal-Friday: Dem; Est. "65; 6p _ 

1.")  ■_'!'; .Sub. $1. F. B. Shipp. Circ 4-14'Jo 

GREENVILLE*, 815; Meriwether. 23339; 50m NE of 
Columbus, terminus Columbus & Greenville br. C.of G. 
Ry. Cultivates corn, cotton, peas and jiotatoes. Ex- 
jiress: Telegraph. Greenville Banking Co. 
Vindicator— Friday : Dem ; Est. '72 ; 4p 26x40 ; 

Sub. .^1. W.T.Revill. Circ ^-900 

GRIFFIN*, 0S57; Spalding, 17G19; 43m S of At- 
lanta on Central of Georgia and Third div. Southern, 
terminus Savannah, Grittin & North Alabama Rys. 
Has ttve large cotton mills, oil mills and other indus- 
tries. Has State Farm and Exiieriment Station, and 
State Military Encampment. Trade centre for large 
farming and" fruit raising section. Val. .'ii;l,S40,850. 
Express; Telegraph. City Nat. Bank. Nelm House. 

Echo (Colored)— Saturday; Rep; Est. '88; 4p 

13v2<»; Sub. .SI. A. S. Boynton. Circ ®-498 

News and Sun— Morning ex Mon ; Dem ; Est. 
'71; 4p 17x24; Sub. $5. Douglas Gless- 
ner. Circ , ©-1000 

News and Sun-Friday; Dem: Est. '71 : . 8p 

15 x22; Sub. 50c. Douglas Glessner. Circ. §-3500 

GUYTON, 500; Effingham, 8334; 30m NW of Savan- 
nah on Savannah, Macon & Atlanta br. C. of G. Ry. 
Has turpentine distilleries. Government Experimental 
Station located here. Express; Telegraph. Merchants' 
Nat. Bank, Savannah. 
News— Friday; Local: Est. '95; 8p 1(5x22; 

Sub. .§1. "W. A. SnoviT. Circ 3-1000 

HARLEM, 527; Columbia, 10653; 2.5m W of Augusta 
on (ieorgia Ry. Planing and saw mill. Express; Tele- 
graph. Nat. Bank of Augusta, Augusta. 
People's Cause— Thursday ; Pop; Est. '99; 

4p 15x22; Sut. 75c. C.E.Atkinson. Circ.®-400 

Sentinel— Thursdav; Dem; Est. '82; 4p 

17  24; Sub. .si. j; M. Atkinson. Circ....(3-50U 

HARMONY GROVE, 1454; Jackson, 24039; 18m NW 
of Athens on Northeastern Ry. Manufactures car- 
riages and furniture. Has cotton and cottonseed oil 
mills, mattress factory and foundry. Express; Tele- 
graph. Northeastern Banking Co. 
Citizen— Thursdav ; Dem; Est.'93; 4p 18x24; 

Sill). .$1. W. B. Hardman. Circ ®-66G 

HARTWELL*, 1672 ; Hart, 14492 ; 40m NE of Athens 
,111 llartwell Ry. Here are several mills with good 
water ))ower. "Express; Telegraph. Hartwell Bank. 
]5obo House. 
Sun— Friday; Dem; Est. '76; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. John H. & J. T. Magill. Circ. . .($--1261 

HAWKINSVILLE*, 2103; Pulaski, 18489; 48m S of 
JMacou, jumtioii, Wrightville Ry., on Ocinulg:ee river, 
and terminus Southern Ry. and Hawkinsville & Florida 
Southern Ry. Boat transportation to Brunswick, Ga. 
Has saw and grist mills and steam brick idant. Is trade 
<-entre for an agricultural section and ships cotton by 
river boats. Val. SI. 000, 000. Express: Telegraph. 
Hawkinsville Bank & Trust Co. Octagon House. 
Dispatch and News— Wednesday; Dem; Est. 
■r.i;; ,si> 15x22: Sub. $1.50. J. J. Har- 
vard. Circ (D-1650 

HINESVILLE*, 239; Liberty, 13093; 5m N of Mcin- 
tosh, nearest railroad point. Is summer and winter 
resort and seat of Bradwell Institute. Timber, cotton 
and rice are the principal products. Express and Tele- 
l)hone, Mcintosh. Merchants' Nat. Bank, Savannah. 

Herald— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '71 ; 6p 15x22; 

Sub. .*1. R.M.Martin. Circ (f)-1075 

HOGANSVILLE, 893; Troup, 24002; 89m SW of 
Atlanta on Atlanta cSj West Point Ry. Has oil mill, 
cotton factory and fertilizer factory and is in the cen- 
tre of a large" farming territory. Is cotton shipping 
■point. Express; Telegraph. Merchants' & Farmers* 
Bank. 



Headlight— Thursday: Ind-Dem; Est. '99; 
Sp 20X26; Sub. .■jl. <r. K. Billinghurst. 
Circ ®-900 

HOMER*, 221 ; Banks, 10545 ; 24in E of Gainesville ; 
nearest railroad point, Maysville. Farming. Express, 
Lula; Telegrai>h, Maysville. Northeastern BankingCo., 
Harmony Grove. 

Journal— Thursday : Dem; Est. ".»7; 4p 

IS- 24; Sub. .SI. Meeks & Hill. Circ ®-935 

HOMERVILLE*, 434: clinch, 8732; 25m SW of 
Waycruss on I'lant System Ry. Has agricultural and 
lumber interests and "pro<luces naval stores. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Waycross. 

News— Friday: Est. '97; 4p 13x20; Sub. .?1. 

Creo. :M. D"aner. Circ 

IRWINTON*, 227; Wilkinson, 11440; 34ra SE of 
Mat()u ; nearest railroad jioint, Mclntyre's Station. 
Farming. Express; Telegraph, Toombsboro. First 
Nat. Bank, Macon. 
Bulletin — Thursday; Dem; Est. '94; 4p 

15 <22; Sub. .fi: W.H.Rutland. Circ... '3^500 

JACKSON*, (twp.), 1987; Butts, 12805; 45ni S of At- 
lanta on Southern Ry. Has cotton and flouring mills 
and manufactories of carriages, doors, blinds, guano 
and cotton seed oil. Is princijially a cotton trading 
centre. Seat of Jackson Institute. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank. 
Argus— Saturday: Dem; Est. '73; 12p 13x20; 

Sub. .SI. A. H. Shaver. Circ J-1000 

Record— Friday ; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. .«1. D. J. Thaxton. Circ 'S)-523 

JASPER*, 379; Pickens, 8641; 20m N of Canton on 
Atlanta. Knoxville & Northern Ry. A farming town, 
having marlile quarries. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
of Canton, Canton. 
Republican-Friday ; Rep ; Est.'90 ; 4p 15x22 ; 

Sub. .-jl. Republican Pub. Co. Circ @-836 

JEFFERSON*, 762; Jackson, 24039; 18m NW of 
Athens on Gainesville, Jefferson & Southern br. G. Ry. 
In an agricultural and manufacturing community. It 
contains the Jefferson Cotton & Oil Mills, Dr. J. B. 
Pendergrass Roller P'lour Mills and is the seat of the 
Martin Institute. Express; Telegraph. Jefferson 
Banking Co. Harrison House. 

Jackson Herald-Friday; Dem; Est. '75; 4p 

211  26; Sub. Si. Holder & Williamson. 

Circ '3-1600 

JEFFERSONVILLE*, 11 si ; Twiggs, 8716; 22m SE of 
Macon on .Macon, Dublin & Savannah Ry. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Macon. 
Twiggs Herald— Friday ; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 

16X24; Sub. .'pi. Jno. J. Wimberly. Circ.'?;-635 
JESTJP*, •'^05; Wayne, 9449; 57m SW of Savannah, 
junction of A. C. S'. and Southern Rys. in a lumber, 
turpentine, and farming district. Good cotton lands, 
sugar cane and sweet potatoes. Ships naval stores. 
Ex))ress; Telegraph. Merchants' and Farmers' Sav- 
ings Bank. Wilkins House. 
News— Friday; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. $1 . Price & Bennett. Circ ®-500 

Sentinel— Thursday ; Pop ; Est. '6(! ; 8p 16X 22 ; 

Sub. .SI. BenMiIikin. Circ 4-478 

JONESBORO*, 877; Clayton, 9598; 21m S of Atlanta 
on Savannah, Macon & Atlanta br. C. of (t. Ry. A 
market and sliipi)ing point for cotton raising district. 
Express; Telegraph. Capital City Bank, Atlanta. 
Harper House. 
Enterprise-Friday; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 

15  22; Sub. .^l. Morrow & Johnson. Circ 3 -670 
LAFAYETTE*, 491 : W;ilker, 15661; 25m S of Chatta- 
nooga, Teiin. on Central By. A health resort and Mfg. 
point. Exjiress: Telegraph. Bank of LaFayette. 

Messenger— Thursday; Dem; Est. '77; 8p 

15 22; Sub. .§1. N. C. Napier Jr. Circ..l)-1590 
LA GRANGE*, 4274; Troup, 24002; 71m SW of At- 
latita on Atlanta & AVest Point and Macon & Birming- 
ham Rys. Has Dixie and La Cfi-ange Cotton Mills. I nity 
Cotton Mills and Park Mills, La Grange Creamery Co., 
carriage factories and minor interests, employing 1700 
people with monthly jiay roll of .§20,000. Is cotton and 
fruit growing trade "centre for county. Seat of South- 
ern (Baptist) and La firange fMethodist) Female Col- 
leges. Is summer resort. Vai. .S3,500,ooo. Express; 
Telegra))h. Bank of La (Jrange. Andrews Hotel. 



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Enterprise— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '97; 4p 
15x22; Sub. $1. Enterprise Pub. Co. 
Circ ®-360 

Graphic— Tuesday; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 13x20; 

Sub..?!. R.G.Ward. Circ ©-862 

Reporter-Friday; Dem; Est. '43; 8-12p 
l.">-22; Sub. .fl. Callawav & Billing- 
hurst. Circ ;g)-1350 

LAVONIA, t5t^9: Franklin, 17700: 10m NE of Carnes- 
viUe on Toccoa & Elberton br. S. Ry. A cotton raising 
district. Has cotton seed oil and roller flouring mill. 
Exiiress; Telegraph. Banlc of Lavinia, 
Standard-Gauge— Saturday : Local; Est. '95; 

4p 15  22: Sub. .•?!. J. J. Hardy. Circ... .®-384 

LAWRENCEVILLE*, 852; Gwinnett, 25585; 30m 
NKol Atlanta on Seaboard Air Line Ry. In a cotton 
and grain producing section. Exjjress; Telegraph. 
Bank of Lawrenceville. Cornett's Hotel. 
News-Herald— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '93; 8p 

loXliU; Sub. 75c. Lawrenceville Pub. Co. 

Circ ; 3-1300 

LEXINGTON, 035; Oglethorpe, 17881; 10m SE of 
Athens on (xcorgia Ry. Mills and granite quarries 
here. Express; Telegraph, Crawford. Bank of Lex- 
ington. 
Echo— Friday : Local; Est. '73; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. i?l.  W. A. Shackelford. Circ ($-965 

LINCOLNTON*, 221; Lincoln, 715C; 45m NW of 
Augusta : nearest railroad point, McCormick, S. C. 
Has silver, gold, lead and cojjper mines. Two roller 
flour mills. Express; Telegraiih. Washington Ex- 
change Bank, M'ashington. 
Home Journal -Thursday: Dem: Est. '03; 8p 

15  22; Sub. .'Jl. Jas. H. Boykin. Circ S-750 

LOUISVILLE*, 1009; Jefferson, 18212; 107m NW of 
Savannah on Louisville & Wadley Ry. Is an agricul- 
tural centre for Jefferson County. "Cotton seed oil mills. 
Val. .^250,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Louis- 
ville. 

News and Farmer— Thursday ; Dem; Est. 
71 ; -tp IS • 21:; Sub. $1. J. W.White, 
(ire (E-SOO 

LUMPKIN*, 1470 ; Stewart, 15856 ; 36m SE of Colum- 
bus on Seaboard Air Line. An Agricultural town. Val. 
$2.S5.134. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Stewart 
County. Corbett House. 
Independent— Saturdav : Dem: Est. '72; 4p 

ISL'-t; Sub. SI. A.W.Latimer. Circ. .(3,-750 

Mcdonough*, 6S3 ; Henry, 10G02 ; 2Gm SE of At- 
lanta on Chattanooga & Brunswick, br. S. Ry. Raises 
cotton and is a health resort. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Henry County. 
Weekly— Friday ; Dem; Est. '76; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. «!1.50. J. A. Fouche. Circ ®-766 

MACON, 23272; Bibb, 50473 ; 88m SE of Atlanta on 
Central of Georgia (four lines) and Southern, terminus 
Georgia Southern & Florida, Macon & Birmingham, 
Macon, Dublin & Savannah and Macon br. G. 
Rys. ; at head of navigation on Ocmulgee river, with 
passenger and freight steamers to the coast. Macon 
has 203 manufactories, with $4, 000, 000 capital, em- 
ploying .3417 people, with monthly pay roll of $il03,000. 
The leading concerns are : The Bibb and Manchester 
Mfg. companies, cotton goods ; .1. B. English & Co., cot- 
ton warehouse anil comjiress ; Massey Cotton Gin Works, 
Macoii Knitting Co., hosiery: Enterprise. Findlay and 
J. S. Schofield & Sons Co., iron works : B. E. Willing- 
ham Plow Co., AVillingham Sash li- Door Co., Roush 
Wheel Co., Georgia (^uincy firanite Co., American 
Fertilizer (^o., Abel Packing Co.. Acme Brewing Co., 
and >IcCarr Mfg. Co., cottonseed oil, soap ana lard 
comjiound. Macon is in the centre of the cotton belt, 
and is the farming and manvifacturing trade and .job- 
bing centre for scjuthern (Jeorgia an(f adjacent states, 
with 1,000,000 iiop. and an annual trade of §100,000,- 
000. Is the seat of Wesleyaii Female College, Mercer 
(Ba])tist) College and Mt. De Sales Academy. Has State 
Asylum for the Blind anil general offices G. S. & 
r., M. & B. and M., D. & S. Rys. Is a favorite winter 
re-sort. Val. .§15,000,000. Exiiress; Telegraph. 
American Nat. Bank. New Lanier House. 

AppealfColored)— Saturday; Rep; Est. '96; j 

4p 15x22: Sub. .■*1.50.' Appeal Pub. Co. 
Circ (D-1500 



News— Evening; Dem; Est. '84; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $5. News Printing Co. Circ (S)-4550 

Planter— Monthly ; Agricultural: Est. '95; 8p 

15X'J2; Sub. 50c. Planter Pub. Co. Circ.4)-1022 

Telegraph— Morning; Dem; Est. '48; 8p 

15x24; Sub. $7. Telegraph Pub. Co. 

Circ ®-6566 

Telegraph— Sundav ; Dem; Est. '48; 16p 

15;- 24; Sub. .?2. Telegraph Pub. Co. Circ.®-7880 
Telegraph— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. 
20; 8p 15x24; Sub. §1. Telegraph Pub. 

Co. Circ ®-5600 

McRAE*, IO20: Telfair, 10083; 68m SE of Macon on 
Soutliern Ry. Manufactures naval stores, turpentine 
and shii)S lumber, cotton, syrup and wool. Have one 
cotton seed oil mill and fertilizer works. A trade centre. 
Express ; Telegrajih. Merchants' Bank of McRae. 
Enterprise— Friday ; Dem; Est. '87; 8p 

13X20; Sub. SI. <). F. McRae. Circ 3-1125 

MADISON*, 2888; Morgan, 15813; G7m SE of Atlan- 
ta on (Georgia Central Ry. Has cotton compress, cotton 
seed oil, roller and flouring mills and various factories, 
makes heavy cotton shipments and is commercial cen- 
tre for a farming jiopulation. Val. SI, 236, 219. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Bank of Madison. Turnell Hotel. 

Advertiser— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '86; 8)) 

13 UO; Sub. SI. H. A. Wrench. Circ. i|:-830 

Madisonian— Friday; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1. W.T.Bacon. Circ 4)-1163 

MARIETTA*, 4446 ; Cobb, 24664 ; 20m N of Atlanta 
on Western i.^- Atlantic, terminus Atlanta, Knoxville & 
Northern Rys. Has Brumliy Chair factory. Marietta 
Chair and Knitting factories and Paper Mfg. Co., J. B. 
Glover, Jr., irtachine works; and minor interests, em- 
])loying 200 people, with monthly pay roll of S8,000. 
Is trade centre for county. Is favorite summer and 
winter resort. Val. Sl,755",086. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat Bank. Kennesaw House. 
Journal— Thursdav ; Dem; Est. '66; 8p 

15,- 22; Sub. SI. NeaK^' Massey. Circ...(|)-1521 

MELDRIM, 198; Effingham, 8334; 17m W of Savan- 
nah on Central of (ieorgia, Georgia & Seaboard Air 
Line Ry. Has saw and jilaning mills. Express; Tele- 
graph. Merchants' Nat. Bank, Savannah. 
Guidon— Saturday; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. G. 15. Whatley. Circ (J)-561 

MILLEDGEVILLE*, 4219; Baldwin. 17768; 30m NE 
of 3Licon on Central of Georgia and Georgia Rys. On 
Oconee river which furnishes water power for various 
manufactures. Cotton is grown in the ad.ioining com- 
munitv. Location of State Insane Asylum, Georgia 
Normal and Industrial School for Girls, Middle Georgia 
Military and Agricultural College. Val. S865,032. Ex- 
press; telegraph. Milledgeville Banking Co. Oconee 
House. 
Union Recorder— Tuesday; Dem; Est. '19; 8p 
16X22; Sub. SI- Barnes, Moore & Son. 
Circ ®-1114 

MONROE*, 1846; Walton, 20042 ; 50m E of Atlanta 
on (iainesxille, Jelferson & Southern Ry. A local trade 
centre and sliiiii)ing point for cotton. Express ; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Monroe. AValton Hotel. 
News— Tuesdav ; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. J. H. Felker. Circ 4-2000 

MONTEZUMA. 3000 ; Macon, 24057 ; 49m SAV of Macon 
on .Vtlantic i!<: Birmingham and Central of Georgia Rys. 
Has cotton oil mill, guano factory, cooperage and crate 
factorv and makes heavy shijiments of cotton. Express ; 
Telegraph. .lohn F. Lewis & Son, Bankers. Minor's 
Hotel. 
Record-Friday; Dem; Est. -71; 8p 22x31; 

Sub. SI. J. C. Sawtell. Circ 3 -860 

MONTICELLO*, 1 106 ; Jasper, 15033 ; 45m N of Macon 
on .Macon \ .Vthcns br. C. of G. Ry. Here are harness 
and shoe factories, flour, oil and saw mills. Express; 
Telegraidi. Bank of Monticello. Meriwether Hotel. 
News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '81; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. fl. F." L. Penn. Circ @-500 

MOULTRIE*, 2221; Colquitt. 13(;36: 2Sm NE of 
Thomasvilie on (ieorgia Northern, Sparks, Moultrie & 
Gulf and Tifton ^: Thomasvilie Rys. I'roduces naval 
stores, lumber and agricultural supplies of all kinds. 
Express; Telegraph. Moultrie Banking Co. 



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Courier— Friday; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 15x22; 

Siili. r>Oc. ft.E.Pace&Co. Circ (J)-216 

Observer-Friday; Dem; Est. "J4; 4p 17X24; 

Sub. §1. C.B.Allen. Circ J)-1162 

MT. AIKY, :^1<>: Habersham, 13G04; 8m S of Clarks- 
vilk- (111 .Simtheru Ry. Agriculture. Express; Tele- 
grMph. Kaiik of Deniorest, Demorest. Mt. Airy Inn. 

Protectionist-Thursday; Rep; Est. "JG; 8p 

1.". • -J-J: Sub. .^^l. ^t. C. Wilcox. Circ ®-240 

MT. VERNON", 573; Montgomery, ir,3o;>; 100m W 
of Savannah on Seaboard Air Line Ry. ; Im from 
Oconee river. Ships pine, cypress and hardwood lum- 
ber by river boats. Has a foundry and machine shops, 
cotton, rice and saw mills. Express; Telegraph. Hawk- 
insville Rank ol Mt. Vernon. 
Monitor— Thursday; Dem; Est. '8(>; 8p 

14  20; Sub. ftil. N. L. Stafford. Circ 3:-700 

NASHVILLE, 562; Berrien, 19440; 12mSof Allapaha, 
nearest railroad point. Has farming interests. P^x- 
press; Telegraph. Nashville Banking Co. 
South Georgian— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '97; 

sp n . 1(>; Sub. .?1. H. C. Brown. Circ. 3,-1325 

UEWNAN*, 3654; Coweta, 24980; 39m SW of At- 
lanta on Atlantic & West Point and Central of Georgia 
Rys. Has R. J). Cole Mfg. Co., engines, boilers, saw and 
g:rist mills and cotton presses; Newnan Cotton Mills, 
McBride Oil Mills, Coweta Fertilizer Co., Askerd flour- 
ing Mills, Sash, Door & Blind Mfg. Co., and minor in- 
dustries, employing 400 people. Is trade centre of 
large farming se'etion. Val..'*2, 100.000. Exi)ress; Tele- 
graiih. First Nat. Bank. Commercial Hotel. 

Herald and Advertiser— Friday ; Dem ; Est. 
'65; 8p 15x22; Sub. ijl. Brown & What- 
ley. Circ (D-1700 

OCILLA, 805; Irwin, 13645; 9m SE of Irwinville; 
Seal)oard Air Line Ry. Express and Telegraph, Fitz- 
^erahl. The Colony Bank, Fitzgerald. 

Dispatch - Friday ; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 
13 1-2X20; Sub. §1. Irwin County I^ib. 
( ■(). Circ 3 -500 

OGLETHOEPE*, 545: Macon, 14093; 20m N of 
Americus on ( entral of Georgia Ry. Chief Industries 
are milling, brick works, agriculture and lumbering. 
Is trade centre for western portion of Macon county 
and a winter resort. Fine artesian mineral water. 
A'al. .S152,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Ogle- 
thorpe. 

Citizen— Friday ; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .^1. Leon C. Greer. Circ (D-1000 

OXFORD, 800; Newton, 16734; 38m ESE of Atlanta; 
nearest lailroad point, Covington. Seat of Emory Col- 
lege (Methodist). Express; Telegraph. Bank, Cov- 
ington. 
Emory Phoenix — tMonthly ; Non-Partisan; 
Est. '79: 40p 7 1-2X11; Sub. .^Jl. C. S. 
Shepard. Circ 3-900 

PELHAM, 945; Mitchell, 14767; 34m S of Albany on 
Soutli Florida & Western Ry. Engaged in the raising 
and shipping of fruit, cotton and melons. Also con- 
tains a coffin, sash, door and blind factory, and also 
in the maniilacturing of sheeting, duck and Sea Island 
cotton. Express : Telegraph. Bank, Camilla. 

South Georgia Home— Thursday; Dem; Est. 
'96 ; 8p 13X 20 ; Sub. .«1. Pelham & Meigs 
Pub. Co. Circ S-200 

PERRY*, 650; Houston, 22641 ; 28m SW of Macon on 
Central of Georgia Ry. In a cotton raising district. 
Ships melons, peaches and cotton. Express ; Telegraph. 
Perry Loan & Savings Bank. Perry Hotel. 
Home Journal— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 

11 1-2 17 3-4; Sub. .■ii;l.50. John H. 

I lodges. Circ 3 -850 

QUITMAN*, 2284; Brooks, 18606; 26m E of Thomas- 
ville on Plant System and Southern Georgia Rys. In a 
rich melon raising and market garden region. A 
market and shipjiing point for garden produce and 
agricultui-al products. A cotton factory, barrel fac- 
tory, lumber 3Ifg. Co. and Cotton Seed Oil Mill here. 
A"al. .?1, 250,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Quit- 
man. Hotel Marie. 

Free Press— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '74 ; 8p 13X 20 ; 

Sub. .'?1. J. Cam Jr. Circ 1)-1300 



REIDSVILLE*, 257: Tattnall, 20419; 60m W of 
Savannah, terminus Collins & Reidsville Ry. In an 
agricultural and timber district and has grist and saw 
mills. Express ; Telegraph. Merchants' Nat. Bank. 

Journal— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '5(); 8p 

20  2(:; Sub. $1. G.G. Folsom. Circ •f-lllS 

RICHLAND, 1014; Stewart, 20419; 30ra SE of Colum- 
bus, iunction main line Columbus div. G. & A. Ry. A 
mining town. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Richland. 

Banner— Friday; Dem; Est. '99; 8p 11x18; 

Sub..'?!. A. J. Tison, Jr. Circ 

RINGGOLD*, 437; Catoosa, 5823; 15m NW of Dalton 
on Western & Atlantic Ry. Principal industries are 
farming and fruit growing. Trade centre and seat of 
Ringgold Normal and Literary Institute. Val. $100,- 
000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Dalton. 

New South— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 

l.'i -.18; Sub. .$1. J.C.Bryan. Circ 3;-900 

ROBERTA 

The Correspondent— Friday ; Dem; Est. '91; 
8p 13X20; Sub. $1. J. AV. Dennington. 
Circ 1-512 

ROCHELLE, 793; Wilcox, 11097; 9m W of Abbeville 
on Seaboard Air I^ine. The town has grist and saw 
mills and cotton gins and is in a timber and farming 
section. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Rochelle. 

New Era— Friday; Dem; Est. '90;4p 18x24; 

Sub. .•?1. Jolin T. King. Circ 

ROCKMART, 800; Polk, 17856; 13m E of Cedartown 
on Fast A- West and Southern Rys. Express; Tele- 
graph. Commercial Bank, Cedartown. 

Slate-Friday; Dem; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .^1. J. T. Fain. Circ 

ROME*, 7291; Floyd, 33113; 73m NW of Atlanta 
on Alabama & Georgia div. S. and Chattanooga, 
Rome & Columbus, terminus Rome & Decatur div. 
S. and Rome br. N., C. & St. L. Rys.; on Coosa and 
Oostanaula (nav.) rivers and Etowah river, with 
abundant water jiower. Has Massachusetts and Rome 
Cotton Mills, Standard Scale Works, Garlock (ma- 
chinery) Packing Co., Rome Furniture factory, Rome 
Iron Furnaces, Bowie & Tliune Stove Works, George's 
Foundry & Machine Works. Laborers' Co-Operative 
Foundry & Machine AVorks, Rome Cottonseed Oil 
Mills, Rome Plow factory and other interests. Is trade 
centre for 15 counties with farming and manufacturing 
population of 250,000. Seat of State (Presbyterian) 
Synodical School for Boys and Shorter Female College. 
Val. .$4,600,000. Exi)fess ; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank. The Armstrong Hotel. 
Cherokee Messenger— Monthly ; Baptist; Est. 
'95; 8p 13X20; Sub. 25c. Fletcher Smith. 

Circ 

Commercial- Argus— Evening ; Dem; Est. '91; 
4p 17X24; .Sub. $4. Gibson & Sawyer. 

Circ (J)-1212 

Masonic Herald— Monthly ; Freemasons ; Est. 
'94; 36p 4 1-2X8; Sub. §1. Max Meyer- 

hardt. Circ fD-2160 

Southern Argus (weekly edition of Commer- 
cial-Argus i— Thursday; Dem; Est. '93; 8p 
15 X 22 ; Sub. 50c. Gibson & Sawyer. Circ. 5;-1493 

Tribune— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '87; 

8p 16>^22; Sub. .$5. W. A.Knowles. Circ. i:i-1263 

Tribune— Sunday ; Dem; Est. '— : 12p 16X22; 

Sul). .$2. W. A. Knowles. Circ 

Tribune— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '87; 12p 

K; • 22; Sub. .$1. W. A. Knowles. Circ..®:-1550 

SANDERSVILLE*, 2023; Washington. 28227; 70m 
SW of Augusta on Georgia div. S. C. & G. Ry. San- 
ders ville R. R. connecting with Central of Ga. Ry., 3m 
distant. In a fertile cotton growing and agricultural 
district. Has good cotton trade and is commercial 
centre for a farming population. Val. .$615,111. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Louis Cohen, Banker. Sanderson 
Hotel. 

Herald— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '41; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. $1. Wm.Park. Circ t;-800 

Progress— Tuesday : Dem; Est. '87; 8p 

15-22; Sub. $1. C. B. Chapman. Circ. .3-1183 

SAVANNAH*, 60244; Chatham, 77239; 132m E of 
Augusta, terminus Central of Georgia, on St. 
Louis Ry.. terminus Charleston & Savannah and Savan- 
nah, Florida ct Western divs. P. S. Rys. ; S. A. S. Ry., on 



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Savannah river, with three steamer lines to Augusta, 
two lines inland to Beaufort, S. ("., inland lines to Darien, 
Brunswick and St. .Johns river, Fla.. four lines to Bos- 
ton, New York, Pliiladeljihia and Baltimore and ])as- 
senger and freight steamer connections with all impor- 
tant Atlantic and Gulf ports. Here are : E. B. Hunting 
& Co., Snedeher & Co., Mitchell, Dixon & Co., lumber; 
Cooney, Eckstein & Co., yellow i)ine; Union Hydraulic 
Cotton Press Co., Rippard Iron Co., steel rails; Mc- 
Donough & Ballantyne, founders; Wm. Kehoe & Co., 
iron works; Peace River Pliosphate Mining Co.. Port 
Koyal Fertilizing Co., Baldwin Fertilizer Co., Com- 
mercial Guano Co., Hardeeville Brick Co., Hecker- 
Jones-.Jewell-Milling Co., Planters' Rice Mill Co., 
Palmetto State Canning Co., Imperial Baking 
Powder Co., Meyere & Frank Shirt factory, Savan- 
nah Locomotive Works, Broom factory. Brewing. 
Carriage and AVagou. Crystal Ice, Dredging, Guano 
and Luml)er comi)anies, Southern Oil Co. and Pine 
Co. of Georgia, and Georgia Brewing Association, 
Am. Cigar factory, Car iSr Mfg. and Lumber companies. 
Savannah is the trade and jobbing centre for eastern 
Georgia and portions of South Carolina, Florida and 
Alabama, with an annual farming trade of .S1<)0,000,- 
000. Savannah is a summer and winter resort, a city 
of much historic interest, with many interesting build- 
ings. It has five hospitals and two jiublic li))raries and 
its government buildings are among the finest in the 
South. Yal. §35,480.845. Express; Telegraph. Mer- 
chants' Nat. Bank. Pulaski House. 

Georgia Journal of Medicine and Surgery 

—Monthly: Est. "'.17 : JOp 7X11; Sub .-;-J. 

Drs. (Jraliam and Fitch. Circ 2,-4212 

News— Morning; Dem; Kat. '50; 8p 17x22: 

Sub. .§8. Morning News Co. Circ ®-8080 

News— Sunday: Dem; Est. '50; 20p 17x22; 

Sub. .§—.' Morning News Co. Circ ;g^,-10000 

News— Monday and Thursdav; Dem; Est. 
'50; ICp 17x22; Sub. $1. Morning News 
Co. Circ ®-7508 

Press— Evening; Dem; Est.' 92; 8-12p 
2.3 1-2x34; Sub. So. Savannah Press Pub. 
Co. Circ g-7250 

So. Drug and Paint Review— Monthly ; Est. 
'75; 70p 12X14; Sub. $1. E. W. Glyden. 
Circ (3)-2000 

Tribune(Colored)— Saturday; Rep; Est. '8f>; 
4p 15x22; Sub. SI. 25. Tribune I*ub Co. 
Circ J-1012 

SENOIA, 782; Coweta, 24980; 17m SE of Newnan on 
Central of Georgia Ry. Here are cotton gins, mills and 
factories. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' & Merchants' 
Bank. 

Enterprise-Gazette— Thursday ; Dem; Est. 
'91; 4p 18x24; Sub. $1. B. A. Nolan. 
Circ 3 -7G0 

SOCIAL CIRCLE, 1229; AValton, 20942; 52m E of 
Atlanta on Georgia and terminus Gainesville, Jefferson 
& Southern Rys. Has fertilizer factory, cotton and oil 
mills and is trade centre for agricultviral section. 
.Social Circle Male and Female Institute is located 
here. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Social Circle. 
Spencer House. 

Sentry— Friday ; Dem; Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .?1. John T. Snow. Circ ®-484 

SPARTA, 1150; Hancock, 18277; 5.3m NE of Macon 
on Macon br. G. Ry. Cotton factory and creamery, 
also two planing mills. A trade centre for fanning dis- 
trict. Val. .S244,495. Express: Telegraph. Bank of 
R. A. Graves. Drummers' Home. 

Ishmaelite— Friday ; Dem ; Est. 'G9 ; 8p 

l,ix20; .Sub. .$1. Lewis. & Moore. Cire..®-1200 

SPRING PLACE*, 213; Murray, 8023; 12m SE of 
Dalton, nearest railroad point. A talc factory, flour- 
ing mill, livery and sale stable and several springs here. 
Three Hotels. Fine summer resorts. P.xpress and Tel- 
egraph, Dalton. PMrst Nat. Bank, Dalton. 

Jimplecute— Friday; Dem; Est. '80; 4p 

15 22; Sub. .si. C. L. Henry. Circ. .(J-USO 

STATESBORO*, 370G; Bulloch, 21377; 50m NW of 
.Savannah on Hurton, Piieora & Savannah and States- 
boro Rys. Farming. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Stiitesboro. 

Times— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 10x24; 

Sub. .SI. Thomas A. McGregor. Circ (g)-84G 



STJMMERVILLE*, 486; Chattooga, 12952; 25m W 
of Rome on Chattanooga, Rome & Columbus Ry. A 
commercial centre for farming district. Express; 
Bank of Commerce. Hawkins House. 

News— Thursdav; Dem; Est. '87; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. .SI. Hunt & Espy Circ 1-1150 

SWAINSBORO*, 895; Emanuel, 21279; 70m SW of 
Augusta, terminus Stillmore Air Line Ry. A corn, cot- 
ton and sugar growing town having lumber interests. 
Express; Telegraidi. Bank of Swainsboro. 

News— Friday: Ind; Est. '94; 4p 15X22; 

Sub. .SI. Ernest Camp. Circ 5-500 

Pine Forest— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '75; 8p 

17x24; Sub. . SI. Bell & Larsen. Circ. . g-llOO 

SYLVANIA, 545; Screven, 19252; 60m NW of Savan- 
nah, terminus Sylvania Ry. A farming town. Express ; 
Telegraph. Bank of Mill'en, Millen. 

People's Press— Friday; Ind; Est. '91: 8p 

18 - 24; .Sub. .SI. A. C. Anderson. Circ..:5)-1250 

Telephone — Friday ; Dem ; Est. '79 ; 8p 
15 1-2x21 1-2: Sub. $1. J. H. Bussey. 
Circ .(D-816 

SYLVESTER, 800; Worth, 186G4; 20m E of Albany 
on Brunswick & Western div. P. S. Ry. Trade centre 
for agricultural territory. Winter resort of some note. 
Exjjress; Telegraph. Sylvester Banking Co. 

Local— Friday ; Dem; Est. '85; 8p 11x18; 

Sub. si. W.A.Allen. Circ 11-804 

TALBOTTON*, 1131; Talbot, 13258; 32m NE of Colum- 
bus on Talbotton br. C. of G. Ry. Has grist and oil 
mills and is trade centre for nearby counties. Val. 
S150,0U0. Express; Telegraph, Enterprise. People's 
Bank. Weston House. 

New Era— Friday; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .Si. R. N. R. Bardwell. Circ ®-800 

TALLAPOOSA, 2128; Haralson, 11922; G3m W of 
Athiiita on Southern Ry. Is trade centre for agricul- 
tural region and winter resort. Here are Southern 
Car Wheel Iron Works anil Ivimball Knitting Mill. 
Extensive vineyards are located here. Dixie Glass 
Works. Express"; Telegrajdi. Citizens' Bank. Wahnetah 
Inn. 

Journal— Thursday; Ind; Est. '86; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. si . Hall & Matthews. Circ |:-1236 

TALLULAH FALLS, 134; Rabun, 6285; 15m NE of 
Deinorest, terminus Blue Ridge & Atlantic Ry. Ag- 
riculture. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Demorest, 
Demorest. Cliff House. 

Echoes— Thursdav ; Local ; Est. '96 ; 4i) 15 x 22 ; 

Sub. .SI. W. A. Hunnicut. Circ i)-260 

TENNILLE, 1121; Washington, 2S'_'27: 56m E of 
INIacon, terminus (ieorgia div. Southern Ry., terminus 
Wrightsville & Tennille, terminus .Sandersville and on 
.Savannah, Macon & Atlanta div. C. of G. Rys. The 
principal industry is peach growing and cotton rais- 
ing, the town being situated in one of the finest farm- 
ing regions in tlie State. Hardwood factories and nov- 
elty works, cotton and cotton oil mill and warehouses. 
Has general ottices and shoi>s of Wrightsville & Ten- 
nille Ry. Is a trade and railroad centre. Yal. .S50O,- 
000. 'Exi)ress; Telegraph. Farmers' & Merchants' 
Bank. Hotel Pritchard. 
News— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. '99: 

4-Si) 15X22; Sub. SI. R.M.Bryan. Circ..;3-750 

THOMASTON*, 1714 ; Upson, 13670 ; 75m S of Atlanta, 
junction Macon & Birmingham and Ui)Son Countj" br. 
C. of G. Rys. Has a yarn and cloth factory and three 
large ginneries and cotton seed oil mill. Is a wagon 
and shoe furniture manufacturing town and trade centre 
for section. Yal. .S1,0()0,000. Exjucss; Telegraph. 
Farmers' & Merchants' Rank. Daniel House. ' 

Times— Fridav : Dem: Est.' (i9; 8p 
i:'. l-4x-i9 3-4; Sub. SI. J. F. Willis. 
Circ g -1300 

THOMASVILLE*, 9172; Thomas, 31076: 200m SW of 
Savannah mi two lines .\tlantic Coast Line an<l Tifton, 
ThomasvilU' and Gulf Rys. Has crate and basket fac- 
tory, Thomasville Yariety Works and minor indus- 
tries. Is farming trade centre for southwestern Geor- 
gia. Seat of South Georgia College and Young Female 
College. Is a i)oiiiilar winter resort. Yal. .S2. 833, 446. 
Express; Telegraph. 15ank of Thomasville. Mitchell 
House. 



GEORGIA. 



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News— Saturday: Dein; Est. '98: 8p 18X20; 

Sub. .^1. Hea.sley i^- Zetromer. Circ, (|;-1000 

Times-Enterprise— Morning ex Mon; Dem; 
Est. "SS; 4i> 16x22; Sub. $5. Times- 
Enterprise l^ib. Co. Circ J -500 

Times-Enterprise— Saturday: Dem; Est. '73; 
>;p ir)L'2: .Sub. .§1. Times-Enterprise 
Tnli. Co. Circ |-1200 

THOMSON*, 115-1; McDuffie, !)801:; 37m W of Augusta 
on Georgia Ry. Raises sweet potatoes, gram and cot- 
ton. Shipping point for fruit and cotton. Express; 
Telegraj)!!. Bank of Thomson. Knox House. 

Journal— Friday: Dem: Est. '71 :4p 18x24; 

Sub. -irl. Jordan E. White. Circ @-638 

TIFTON, 2000; Berrien, I'.iilO; 41m E of Albany on 
Brunswick & Western and Georgia Southern & Florida, 
terminus Tifton & Northeastern, Tifton & Thomas- 
ville. and Tifton Ar Moultrie Rys. Has saw mills, two 
large planning mills, canning factory, cotton factory 
and knitting luills, iron foundry, cotton gins and barrel 
factory, employing 1500 people, with monthly pay roll 
of S75,00O. Is trade centre for surrounding region, 
with farming and lumbering population of 50000. Is 
a winter resort. Express; Telegrai)h. The Bank of 
Tifton. 

Gazette— Friday : Dem; Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. John L. Herring. Circ @-1963 

TOCCOA, 2170; Habersham, 13604; 80m NE of At- 
lanta on Southern, terminus Elberton Air Line Rys. 
Has Toccoa Cotton Mills, Copps Cotton Mills, Toccoa 
Tanning Co.. Toccoa Furniture Co. and Sim]>son Lumber 
Co., employing 600 peojile. Is trade centre for large 
farming and cotton raising section with 15000 pop.antl 
annual trade of ,S375,000. Is a winter health resort 
and growing summer resort. Val. .'$296,420. Express; 
Telegraph. Toccoa Banking Co. 

Record— Friday : Est. '91; 8p 13x20; Sub. 

si. Southern Pub. Co. Circ ®-874 

TRENTON*, 349; Dade, 4578; 18m SW of Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. on Queen & Crescent Rv. Farming. Ex- 
l)ress; Telegraph. Chattanooga Nat. Bank, Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. 

Sentinel— Friday ; Non-political : Est. 1901 ; 4p 
18X24: Sub. .si. W. D. B. Chambers. 
Circ f -1000 

TRION FACTORY, 2348; Chattooga, 12952; 5m NE of 
Summerville on the Central of Georgia Ry. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Commerce. 

Herald— Friday ; Dem; Est. '06;8-12p 18x24; 

Sub.. SI. J.J.Burns. Circ (3-14C0 

VALDOSTA*, 5613: Lowndes, 20036; 18m NE of 
Quitman, junction Georgia Southern & Florida and 
Plant .System Rys. Produces naval stores, grain, lum- 
ber, cotton, sugar cane, fruit and rice. Is market and 
shipping point for an a^-icultural community. Val. 
•SI. 489, 145. Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. 
Prescott House. 

Times— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '67;8p 15x22; 

Sub. ?;l.50. Times Pub. Co. Circ 4-2031 

VIENNA, 1035 ; Dooly, 26567 ; 30m E of Americus on 
(Georgia Southern & Florida and Atlantic & Birming- 
ham Rys. Has farming interests. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Vienna. 

Progress— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 

15x22; Sub. §1. H.D.Smith. Circ 3-1200 

VILLA RICA, 576; Carroll, 26576; 15m NE of Car- 
ri«lltoii on Southern Ry. A farming and gold mining 
section. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bank of Villa Rica. 

Hustler — Thursday; Dem; Est. '98; 8p 

13x20;Sub. .?1. H.W.Barron. Circ (|i-780 

WADLEY, 630; Jefferson, 18212; 8.3m E of Macon, 
junction Louisville & Wadley, Savannah, Macon & 
Atlanta br. C. of G. and Wadlev & Mt. Vernon Rys. 
Agriculuire. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Louis- 
ville, Louisville. 



Banner- 
Sub. 



Friday; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 17x24; 

81. Ira Calhoun. Circ ai-292 



Vi^ARRENTON*, 1113; Warren, 11463; 50m SW of 
Augustii on .Macon l)r. G. Ry. In a farming commu- 
nity. Exjiress; Telegraph. Bank of AVarrenton. War- 
renton House. 

Clipper— Friday ; Dem; Est. '40; 8p 24x32; 

Sub. .SI. Wm. M. Hawes. Circ (3-1027 

WASHINGTON*, 3300; Wilkes, 20866: 50m NW of 
Augusta, terminus Washington br. G. Ry. The town 
has magnesia and sulphur springs and is "market trade 
centre and shipping point for cotton and grain raising 
section. Val. .$1,250,000. Express ; Telegraph. Wash- 
ington Exchange Bank. Southern Home. 

Chronicle— Monday; Dem; Est.'85;4p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. Wilkes Pub. Co. Circ 3)-61S 

Gazette— Friday ; Dem; Est. '66; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .si. Wilkes Pub. Co. Circ ®-782 

Reporter— Thursday; Dem; Est. '95: 8p 

11  IS; Sub. .SI. J. C. Williams. Circ. ..(5,-1100 

WATKINSVILLE, 400 ; Oconee, 8602 ; 7m S of Athena 
on Mac<jn >.V Athens br. C. of G. Ry. Breeders of 
thoroughbred swine and poultry. Manufactures wagon 
and farm implements and "is local trade centre 
for Immediate agricultural vicinity. Val. $125,000. 
Express ; Telegraph. Nat. Bank of Athens, Athens. 

Enterprise— Friday; Dem; Est. '87; lOp 

i:! 20; Sub. SI. Rev. H. A. Brooks. Circ.S-360. 

"WAYCROSS, 5919; AVare, 13961; 96m W of .Savan- 
nah on Brunswick & AVestern. Savannah, Florida & 
AVestern and Atlantic and Birmingham Rvs. HasSatilla 
electric, wood and car Mfg. Co., Dillon Machine Co.^ 
Jones Pants factory, Gustoso Cigar factory. El Crucero 
and La Favorita cigar factories. Atlantic & Birming- 
ham and Plant System Machine shop. Has division 
offices of the A. C. L. Railway. Is trade centre for 
southeastern Georgia. A'al. Sl,200,ooo. Express; Tel- 
egraph. First Nat. Bank. The Southern Hotel. 

Herald— Evening; Dem; Est. '91; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .S5. A. P. Perham & Son. Circ ®-894 

Herald— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. A. P. Perham & Son. Circ ®-2012 

Journal— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. '95; 
8p 15x22; Sub. .SI. The AVaycross Jour- 
nal Co. Circ @-2000 

"WAYNESBORO, -030; Burke, 30165; 32m S of Au- 
gusta on Augusta, Millen & Savannah br. C. of G. Rv. 
Has a fertilizer and wagon factory and cotton and o'il 
mill. Operates square and round bale cotton presses. 
Ships cotton and lumber. A'al. .S555,856. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of AVaynesboro. Arlington Hotel. 

True Citizen- Saturday ; Dem; Est. '82; 6p 

is • 24: Sub. .SI. .Sullivan Bros. Circ... 3 -1000- 

WEST POINT, 1797; Troup, 24002; 87m SAV of At- 
lanta on Atlanta & AA'est Point Ry. Here are foundries, 
tanneries and cotton factories. A local commercial 
centre. A^al. §550,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
AA'est Point. A'irent House. 

West Point and Lanett News— Thursday; 
Dem; Est.' 98; Sp 13X20; Sub. .si. AV. 
Trox. Bankston. Circ, £-1500 

WINDER, 806; Jackson, 24039; 25m AV of Athens on 
Seaboard Air Line and Georgia Rys. Grows fruit and 
cotton. Express; Telegraph. Bank of the L'niversity, 
Athens. 

Economist — Thursday; Pop; Est. '93; 8p 

13x20; Sub. .SI. A.G.Lamar. Circ (^-1210 

WOODBINE, 100; Camden, 7669; 49m N of Jackson- 
ville, I'la. on Seaboard Air Line Ry. Has milling, 
farming, stock raising, tunber and rice growing in- 
terests. i:xpress; Telegraph. Nat. Bank of Savannah, 

.Savaunali. 

Southeast-Georgian— Friday ; Dem; Est. '94; 

4p 13X20; Sub. ;gl. Swift & Davis. Circ.^-SOO 

WOODBURY, 566; Meriwether, 23339; 70m SAV of 
Atlanta on 3Iacon & Birmingham and Atlanta, Mc- 
Donough & Columbus br. S. Rys. Cotton raising town 
and local trade centre. Express; Telegraiih. Green- 
ville Banking Co., Greenville. 

Messenger — Thursday; Ind; Est. '90; 4p 

19X24; .Sub. .?1. Bion Williams. Circ. . 3)-150O- 



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"WEIGHTSVILLE*, 1127; Johnson, 11409; 16m SE of 
Tennille on Wriglitsville & Tennille Ry. A farming 
town. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' «& Merchants' 
Bank of "Wrightsville. 
Headlight— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. '80; 4p 

1 .". 22 ; Sub. SI. Jno. M. Huff. Circ ®-620 

YOUNG HARKIS, 342; Towns, 4748; 18m SE of 
Murphy, N. C, nearest railroad point. In farming dis- 
trict. Educational center. Express and Telegraph, 
Murphy. Murphy Savings Bank, Murphy, N. C. 
News— Thursday; Neutral; Est. "JO; 8p 

ir)X22; Sub. $1. Howell & Colfev. Circ..'3)-850 



ZEBULON*, 361; Pike, 18761; 12m SW of Griffin on 

Atlanta & Fort Valley br. S. Ry. Has farming inter- 
ests. Express; Telegraph. City Nat. Bank, Griffin. 

Journal— Friday ; Dem;; Est. '88; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .«1. Marshall Smith. Circ 3:-600 

National Republican (Colored)— Friday ; Rep; 
Est. '98; 4p 18x24; Sub. $1. Rev. J. H. 
(irant. Circ v5)-600 

Record — Friday; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 17X22; 

Sub. $1. Faircloth & Pierce. Circ (g)-500 



IDAHO. 



Capital, Boise City. Settled at Fort Hall by Americans in 1834. Population, 101,772. Area, 83828 sq. miles 
Acres of farm land, 328.000; value of farm land, $2,800,000. State debt, $319,1'.)0.36. Vote in 1900: Dem 
29('>-tr, : Rep. 271'.tS; Peo. 213. Pro. 857. 

Ulaho is bounded on the north by British Columbia and Montana; on the east by Montana and Wyoming: 
on the south by Utah and Nevada and on the west by Oregon and Washington. Idaho is a great wedge-shaped 
phvtcau, with an average elevation of nearly 5000 feet and rising to 10000 feet among the Rocky mountains 
on the east. The Snake river, with its tributaries, drains the state. The scenery along this stream is grand and 
picturesque. There are wild gorges and precipitous falls, all along its upper course and Shoshone Falls com- 
pare with Niagara in grandeur. The river at this point is 950 feet wide and the cataract is a tliird higher than 
its eastern rival. The lakes of Idaho are among the the most beautiful to be found anywhere. Bear, Pend 
'Oreilles and Coeur-d 'Alene are the most famous. Steamers run on the Snake river between Lewiston and 
Riporia on the Lower Clear water between Lewiston and the lower fork, on Coeur-d 'Alene lake and river and on^ 
Lake Pend ' Orielles. The Saw Tooth and other detached ranges in the centre divide the state into two dis- 
similar regions. The northern portion contains millions of acres of good farming and grazing land ; the south- 
ern part is a diy lava plain, excepting regions near the rivers where irrigation has l)een protttably employed. 
The state produces annually 1,500,000 bushels of wheat, 1,300,000 bushels of oats, large crops of barley, pota- 
toes and hay and $1,000,000 worth of fruit. There are 600,000 horses and cattle and 350,000 sheep. The 
latter shear 2,000,000 pounds of wool a year. The mines of Idaho have produced $170,000,000 in precious 
metals. Besides these there are mines of copper, iron, coal and mica. There are extensive marble quarries on. 
the Snake river and granite, limestone and sandstone are plentiful. The production of salt from Saline springs 
is 2,000,000 pounds a year. The flouring mills produce $1,000,000 worth of goods annuallv. Idaho has 21 
counties and newspapers are published in them all. The principal towns are: Boise City, Pocatello, Hailey, 
Lewiston, Montpelier, Weiser, Idaho Falls, Grangeville, Blackfoot, Moscow and Wallace. 



ALBION*, 306; Cassia, 3951; 150m SE of Boise City; 
nearest railroad point, Mindoka. Stock raising, farm- 
ing and some ]ilacer mining are the chief industries. 
Trade centre for stock raising district. Express ; Tele- 
graph, Minidoka. First Nat. Bank, Pocatello. 

Times— Thursday ; Rep: Est. '83; 8p 13x20; 

.Sub. $1.50. "C. M. (iilkey. Circ "S-TOO 

BLACKFOOT*, 1330; Bingham, 10447; 26m N of Poc- 
atello on Oregon Sliort Line div. U. P. Ry. A commer- 
cial centre and base of supplies for a mining, agricultu- 
ral, wheat, potatoes, flour and cattle raising region. 
Ships hides, wool and live stock, flour and potatoes. 
Seat of IT. S. I>and Office, State and Idaho Insane Asy- 
lums. Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Pocatello. 

News— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '87; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $2. Percy Jones. Circ @-625 

Southern Idaho Mail— Wednesday ; Rep ; Est. 

''.ts; «p 15 -21': Sub. $2. AV. K. .Smith. 

Circ 

BOISE*, (state capital), 1050; Ada, 11559; terminus 
Boise br. O. S. L. Ry. Has Idaho Flour Mill Co., Shaw 
Lumber Co. l)rewery and other industries. Is farm- 
ing, stock raising and mining trade centre for central 
and southwestern Idaho. Has St. Teresa (R. Catholic) 
Academy and Episcopal Seminary for Girls. Val. 
$3,200,000. Exjiress; Telegraph. Boise City Nat. 
Bank. Capital Hotel. 

Capital-News — Evening; Dem: Est. 1901; 

S-12p 15x22; Sub. $5. Capital News Ptg. 

Co. Circ (I)-2513 

PubUsJier's Statemenf.—The. Evening Capital News 
(daily), and the Idaho Capital News (weekly), cover 
the state field completely, and are the only papers in 
Idaho that furnish a sworn detailed circulation state- 
ment. As advertising mediums they have no equal : 
they go to the mining camps, the ranges and the farms, 
as well as the homes of the best people in the section. 
Idaho is " booming," and Boise the capital now has 
over 12,000 population. 

Capital-News — Thursday ; Dem; Est. '99; 
12-16p 15X22; Sub. $1.50. Capital News 
Ptg. Co. Circ f2^-2418 

Idaho Odd Fellow— Monthly ; Fraternal ; Est. 
'94; 8p 12X16; Sub. $1. D. L. Bradley. 
Circ (D-2000 

Statesman— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '64; 
Sp 15x22; Sub. $7. Statesman Printing 
Co. Circ C4)-2640 

Statesman— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '64; 8p 
15v22; Sub. $1. Statesman Printing Co. 
Circ ®-1365 

BONNERS FERRY, 349; Kootenai. 10216; 85m NE of 
Sjiokane, Wash, on Great Northern Ry. In agricultural, 
mining and timber section. Express; Telegraph. Ex- 
change Nat. Bank, Spokane, Wash. 



Herald— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '91; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $3. S. D. Taylor. Circ f.-492- 

CALDWELL*, 1200; Canyon, 12000; 26m W of Boise 
City on Oregon Short Line div. U. P. Ry. Has 
farming, fruit growing and grazing interests'and is a 
local trade centre. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank. 

Gem State Rural — Thursday ; Agricultural ; 
Est. '95; 8p 11X16; Sub. $1. Gem State 
Rural Pub. Co. Circ 3)-1000- 



News 



Wednesday ; 



Dem; Est. '94; 8p 
13x20; Sub. $2. J.E.Roberts. Circ. . .'J)-1250 
Tribune— Saturday; Rep; Est. '83; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. $2. R.H.Davis. Circ ®-670 



CHALLIS*, 387; Custer, 2049; 34m W of Mackay,. 
nearest railroad iioint. Here are planing and saw mills 
and a brewery. Express and' Telegraph. Mackay. 
First Nat. Bank, Hailey. Challis House. 

Messenger— Tuesday; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 

15 -22; Sub. .$4. M. M. Sweet. Circ 3-500- 

COEUR D'ALENE, 850; Kootenai, 10216; 32m E of 
Si)()kane on Coeur d' Alene line N. P. Ry. Has saw and 
planing mill. Express; Telegrajdi. Miners' and 
Stock Growers' Bank. Coeur d' Alene Inn. 

Press— Saturdav; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 18x24; 

,snb. $1. J.T.Scott. Circ iS'-740- 

COTTONWOOD, 837 ; Idaho, 9121 ; 25m SWof Kamiah,^ 
nearest railroad point. Flouring and saw mills, sash 
and door factory, farming, lumbering, stock raising 
and mining. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Grange- 
ville, Grangeville. 

Chronicle— Friday ; Ind; Est. '93: 4p 18x24; 

Sul). $1.50. Rustemeyer & Winier. Circ..4:i-57& 

EMMETT, 1008; Canyon, 7497; 27m N of Nampa, 
terminal of Idaho Northern Ry. Agriculture, mining 
and stock raising are the chief immstries. Express ; 
Telegraph, Nampa. First Nat. Bank, Emmett. 

Index— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '92 ; 8p 15x20 ; Sub. 

$2. N.W.Mansfield. Circ ®-436- 

GENESEE, 731 ; Latah, 13451 ; 113m S of Spokane, 
Wash., terminus Spokane & Palouse br. N. P. Ry. 
Supply centre for Camas Prairie and Nez Perce reser- 
vation. Creamery, stock and grain. Largest wheat 
shipping point in Northern Idaho. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Bank of Genesee. 

News— Fridav ; Rep ; Est. '88 ; 8p 15x22 ; Sub. 

$1.50. Chas. Power. Circ (D-69ft 

GRANGEVILLE, 1800; Idaho, 3132; 90m NW of 

Lewiston; nearest railroad point. Stiles; on .Snake 
and Clearwater rivers, navigable. Is an agricultural 



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and stock raising town, and trade centre for the Salmon 
River Tluuuler Mountain, Buffalo Hump and Elk City 
mining districts. Val. .$300,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of (irangeville. 

Free Press— Friday; Dem; Est. '80; ('>p_ 

18x--t; Sub. .'ji^. P:. McBroom. Circ f^-1412 

Standard— Thursday ;Rep ; Est. '95 ; 4p 13X 20 ; 

Sub. .■?2. Brown & Lisle. Circ (3;-615 

HAILEY, 1600; Blaine, 8000; 335m N of Salt Lake 
City "u Wood River br. O. S. L. Ry. Has saw mills. 
Industries: (iold, silver and copper" mining and sheep 
and cattle raising. Is trade centre for imniense-mining j 
region. Has hot springs with fine hotels, attracting 
many visitors. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Alturas Hotel. 

News-Miner— Morning ex Mon ; Ind ; Est. '82 ; 
4p 18x20; Sub. .$10. E. R. Richards. 
Circ 

News-Miner— Friday ; Ind; Est. '81; 4p 

18x 22 ; Sub. $2. E. R. Richards. Circ 



MONTPELIER, 1444; Bear Lake, 7051; 250m N of 
Salt Lake City, Utah on Oregon Short LineRy. Agricul- 
ture, stock raising and mining are the princijial indus- 
tries. Is trading centre and division headquarters of 
the Oregon Short Line Ry. Val. .'?2r,0,000. Express; 
Telegraj)!!. Bank of Moiitpelier. 



Examiner- 
15.- 22; 



-Wednesday; Ind; Est. '94; 4p 

Sub. .$2. Clias. E. Harris. Circ... 4-542 



•Times— Evening; Rep; Est. '82; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. .SIO. T. E. Picotte. Circ iS-525 

Times— Wednesday; Rep: Est:'81; 4p 18x24: 

Sub. .■?3. T. E." Picotte. Circ (^-1340 

IDAHO CITY*, '"'OO; Boise, 4174; 35m NE of Boise 
City, nearest railroad point. Has a brewery, steam saw 
and quartz mills, silver, quartz, gold and placer mines. 
Exi)ress; Boise County Bank. Luna House. 

World— Monday and Thursday ; Pop ; Est. '75 ; 
4p 18x24; Sub. .$4. Heinan & Chas. E. 
Jones. Circ (1-368 

World— Friday ; Pop; Est. '63; 4p 13x19; 

Sub. $'2. Heman & Chas. E. Jones. Circ 



IDAHO FALLS, 1262; Bingham, 10447; 50m N of 
I'ocatt'Uii nil Oregon Short Line Ry. Agriculture is 
the princiiial industry. Is a local trade centre. Val. 
f 900,000. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bank of Idaho Falls. 
15rooks House. 

Register— Friday ; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .•*2. Wm. E. Wlieeler. Circ ®-820 

Times— Thursday: Dem; Est. '90; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. 82. Chas. P. Diehl. Circ (f-987 

KENDRICK, 490; Latah, 13451; 120m SE of Spokane 
on Northern Pacific Ry. Agricultural town; chief 
products being fruit, wheat and other cereals. Local 
trade centre. Val. .^800,000. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. 
Echo— Tuesday ; Ind; Est. '98: 4p 13x20; 

Sub. 81. E. E. Alderman, Circ 

Gazette— Friday; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. .50." D. P. A. Mcintosh (g;-593 

Times— Friday ; Ind; Est. '94; 4p 17X24; 

Sub. 81.50. E. E. Alderman. Circ ®-482 

KOOSKIA 

Idaho Independent— Weekly ; Ind; Est 

8)1 l:!X20; Sub. .¥1.50 "' "' "'" 



Republican— Saturday ; Rep ; 

13,-20; Sub. $2. Simpsor 



99. 
H. E. O'Donnell'. 



(ire 



LEWISTON", 2425; Nez Perces, 13748; 300m E of 
Portland, Ore., terminus Lewiston br. N. P. Ry. ; steam- 
er connection on Snake and Clearwater rivers. Is trade 
centre of farming, mining, stock and fruit raising 
section. Seat of State Normal school and School of 
(R. Catholic) Sisters of Visitation, also St. Joseph's 
Hospital. Val. .«;i,500,000. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Raymond House. 

Teller— Wednesday and Saturday ; Rep ; Est. 
'76; 4p 18x24; Sub. !lf;2.60. C. A. Fores- 
man. Circ (J)-1600 

Tribune— Morning; Dem; Est. '98; 6p 24x36; 

Sail. 87.50. Alford Bros. & Stainton. 

<^'irc ©-1319 

Tribune— Friday; Dem; Est. '92; 8p 24x36; 

Sn)i. 81. .->(). Alford Bros. & Stainton. Circ.@-1800 

MALAD CITY, 1050; Oneida, 8933; 12m SW of Ox- 
ford, iicaicst railroad jioiiit. In a stock raising and 
agricultural section. Here are flour mills. Fine 
horses bred here. Express, Collington. Utah; Tele- 
graph, Corinne. Utah. J. N. Ireland »S; Co., Bankers. 

Enterprise— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 
13v2o; Sub. ,'»;2. Enterprise Pub. Co. 
Circ ®-737 



MOSCOW*, 3500; Latah, 20451; 95m S of Spokane. 
Wash, on Spokane & Palouse br. N. P., terminus Mos- 
cow br. O. R. & N. and Moscow & Eastern Rys. Has 
Rawson Sawmill Co., Moscow Saw Mill., Ltd.,!). Urqu- 
hart, brick; Anderson & Co. (wagon and carriage) Co., 
Moscow Roller Mills, Evaporating Fruit Co. and minor 
interests, employing 100 men. Is farming and lumber 
ing trade centre for county. Seat of University of 
Idaho and State Agricultural' Exjieriment .station. Val. 
.1j!l, 926.801. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Hotel Moscow. 

Democratic Times— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '91 ; 
8p 13x20; Sub. .«!1.50. Samuel T. Owings 
Co. Circ (g)-1000 

Mirror— Thursday : Rep; Est. '82; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. ,81.50. W. I). Smith. Circ (3)-800 

Star— Friday; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. H. C. Shaver. Circ @-1460 

MOUNTAIN HOME*, 529; Elmore, 2286; 60m SE of 
Boise City on Oregon Short Line Ry. Agriculture, 
stock raising and mining are the chief "industries. The 
Great Western Beet Sugar Co. is here. Is trade centre 
for the surrounding towns. Exjn-ess; Telegraph. Citi- 
zen's Bank. 

Bulletin— Thursday ; Dem : Est. '88 ; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .82. Payne iV- Payne . Circ (3)-480 

Est. '89; 8p 
)Son Bros. Circ i3)-360 

MULLAN, 1450; Shoshone, 11950; 7m E of Wallace on 
Northern Pacific Cai'ur d'Alene branch from Missoula, 
Mont. Silver and lead mines and mills here. Head- 
quarters for all the Co-ur d'Alene copper mines. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank, Wallace. 

Mirror— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '99; 8p 13X18; 

Sub. .$2.50. H. W.Ingalls. Circ 3-450 

MURRAY*, -"02; Shoshone, 11950; 20m N of Wal- 
lace, nearest railroad jioiiit. Mining gold, silver and 
lead is the principal industry. Is a tiaoe centre. Ex- 
jiress anil Telegraph, Wallace. Bank of North Idaho. 

Sun— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '84 ; 4p 13x20 ; Sub. 

*3. Adam Aulbach. Circ (3)-300 

NAMPA*, 799; Canyon, 7497; 18m W of Boise City 
on Oregon Short Line div. U. P. Ry. In a rich farming 
region. Express; Telegraph. Boise City Nat. Bank, 
Boise City. 

Leader— Saturday ; Dem: Est. '91; 4p 15x22; 

4i2. Mansfield & Mansfield. Circ @-800 

OAKLEY, 1078; Cassia. 3951; 25m SW of Albion: 
nearest railroad point, Minidoka. Has mining, stock 
raising, coal and agricultural interests. Express and 
Telegraph, Minidoka, Idaho. Banking done at Ogden 
& Salt Lake, Utah. 

Eagle— Thursday ; Est. '9(! ; 4p 15x22; Sub. 

*1.50. Oakl'ey Pub. Co. Circ ®-460 

PARIS*, 906 ; Bear Lake, 7051 ; 10m W of Montpelier, 
nearest railroad point. Has saw, lath, planingand flour- 
ing mills, creameries, cheese factories, marble quar- 
ries, copi)er and salt mines. Trade centre for Bear 
Lake Valley. Bear Lake State Academy is located here. 
Exjiress, Montpelier; Telegraph. Bank of Montpelier, 
Montpelier. 

Post— Thursday ; Rep. Mormon ; Est. '80 ; 8p 

13x20; Sub. §2. Wahlen & Hoge. Circ...(3j-850 

PAYETTE, <''li; Canyon, 7497; 68in NW of Boise City 
on Oregon Short Line div. U. P. Ry. Agriculture. 
Express: Telegraph. Payette Valley Bank. 

Independent— Thursday; Rep; Est. '91; 8p 

1.". • 20; Sub. .SI. Venable & Wells. Circ.(|)-542 

POCATELLQ*, 4046; Bannock, 11702; 170in N of 
Salt Lake City on Oregon Short Line and TTtah North- 
ern Rys. Has" Oregan Short Line Ry. shops, employing 
1000 iiicn, with monthly jiay roll of ■'#75,000. Is farm- 
ing, stock raisim;- and mining trade centre for south- 
eastern Idaho. Seat of St. .Joseph's Academy and 
Academy of Idaho. Has general offices Idaho and" Mon- 
tana divs. O. S. L. Ry. Val. $3,000,000. Express; Tel- 
egraph. First Nat. Bank. American House. 



IDAHO. 



95 



Advance— Fiiclav; Dem; Est. '95; 4pi7X24; 

Sub. S12. Advance Pub. Co. Circ i3)-607 

Tribune— I >ailv; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .§9. the Tribune Co. Ltd. Circ @-1250 

Tribune— Saturdav ; Rep; Est. '89; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. $1.50. The Tribune Co. Ltd. Ciro.. . .(3)-750 

>KESTON- 1574; Oneida, 8933; 22m SE of Malad City 
on (»r(';;(in Sliort Line div. U. P. Ry. Has farm lands 



and mines. Express; Telegraph. 
Rankers, .Alalad City. 



J. N. Ireland & Co. 



Republican- Wednesday : Est.'93; 8pllX16; 
Sub. si. 50. Davis & Peck. Circ 



_-500 

Standard— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 

l."> 22; Sub. .'Jl.oO. T. G. Carter. Circ...k3)-500 

RATHDRUM*, 407 ; Kootenai, 10216 ; 28m E of Spok- 
ane, Wash, on Northern Pacific Ry. Here are saw mills 
and some mining. Is trade centre for a farming dis- 
trict. Express ; Telegraph. 

Silver Blade - Friday ; Rep ; Est. '95 ; 4p 

18X24; Sub. $1. Culp Bros. Circ (D-550 

REXBTJRG, 1081; Fremont, 12821; on Idaho Falls 
Rrancli Kv. Headquarters of the Fremont AVoolgrower's 
Co., largest sheep corporation in Idaho. Express; 
Rexburg Banking Co. 

Journal— Fridav; Ind; Est. '77; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .S2. Vv'allis Pub. Co. Circ ©-1067 

ST. ANTHONY, 411; Fremont, 12821; 28m N of 
Idaho Falls, on Oregon Short Line, nearest railroad 
point. In a silver, gold and coal mining district, with 
farm lands. Express; Telegraph, Camas. Bank of St. 
Anthony. 
News— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '93; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. $1.50. Wm. P. Gibson. Circ (1-600 

Teton Peak-Thursday; Rep; Est. '99; 6p 

18x24; .Sub. .•?2. Wood D. Parker. Circ...(D-800 

SALMON*, 398 ; Lemhi, 3446 ; 70m W of Red Rock, 
Mont., on O. S. L. Ry. In a rich silver and gold mining, 
agriculture and grazing region. Express; Telegraph. 
Langdorf & Co., Bankers. Shenon House. 

Herald— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. 1901; 4p 

17x24; Sub. $3. Abbott iS: Preston. Circ 

Recorder— Wednesday ; Silver; Est. '86; 4p 

18x24; Sub. $3. Mrs. Ada Merritt. Circ..®-540 



SHOSHONE, 685; Lincoln, 1784: 145m SE of Boise 
<'ity on Oregon Short Line div. U. P. Ry. In a stock 
and fruit raising section. Has O. S. L. re])air car 
shops, employing 200 men. Also branch of Ketchum 
line 59m. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Hailey. 
Columbia House. 

Journal — Wednesday ; Rep ; Est. '83 ; 8p 

3-20; Sub. f2. G. L. Eveleth. Circ 3-450 

SILVER CITY, 976 ; Owyhee, 3804 ; 25m SW of Murphy, 
nearest railroad point. In a cattle raising and agricul- 
tural district. The town has silver and gold mines and 
nine quartz mills. Is a supply jioint for mining pojmla- 
tion. Express; Telephone. Bank. Idaho Hotel. 

Avalanche- Friday: Ind; Est. '65; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .S3. C. P. Larks. Circ ®-600 

Nugget— Saturday; Ind; Est. '91; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. $3. John Lamb. Circ ®-385 

STUART, G19 ; Idaho, 9121 ; 16m S of Grangeville on 
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Ry. Farming is the chief 
industry. Express and Telegraph, Lewiston. Bank, 
Grangeville. 
Idaho Mountaineer— Friday; Ind; Est. '99; 

8p 13X20; Sub. $1.50. H. E. O'Donnell. 

Circ t-500 

WALLACE, 1065; Shoshone, 11950; 10m SE of Ward- 
ner on Northern Pacific and Oregon & Navigation Co.'s 
Rys. Has saw mills and is in a rich mining belt. Ex- 
press; Telegrajih. First Nat. Bank. Hotel AVallace. 

Press— Wednesday; Silver Dem; Est. '94; 4p 

13x20; Sub. $3. Connor & Warren. Circ. 4-500 

Tribune— Thursday ; Pop ; Est. '94 ; 4p 16x22 ; 

Sub. .S3. W.H.Stewart. Circ ®-800 

WARDNER,2500 ; Shoshone, 13500 ; on Oregon & Nav- 
igation Co.'s Rys. Here are rich lead and silver mines. 
Express ; Telegraph. Weber Bank of Wardner. 

News— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '86; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .$2.50. Aaron Frost. Circ (3i-500 

WEISER, 1800; W.ashington, 7500; 70m NW of Boise 
City on Oregon Short Line Ry. Mining, agricultural, 
fru'it growing, stock raising and lumbering are the 
principal industries. Is a trade centre and winter quar- 
ters for miners, Yal. $450,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of "Weiser. 
Sienal— Wednesday and Saturday ; Local ; Est. 
^'90; 4-8p 18x24; Sub. $3. 'R. E. Lock- 
wood. Circ ^-1100 



ILLINOIS. 



Area, 58324 sq. 
Vote in 1900: 



Capital, Springfleld. Settled at Kaskaskia by Frenchmen in 168t?. Population, 4,821, 5oO. 
miles Acres of larm land, 32.500,000; value of farm land, , si, 010,000.000. No state debt. 
Rep 597985; Dem. 5030G1 ; Pro. 17G2(3 : Social Dem. 9G87 : Social Labor, 1373 ; Peo. 1141. 

iuinois is bounded on the north by Wisconsin; on the east by Indiana; on the south by Kentucky; and on 
the west by Missouri and Iowa. This state is a great alluvial plain and is one of the most fertile districts in the 
world The Mississippi river drains the state on the west, the Ohio on the south, the Wabash on the east and 
the Illinois in the central part, and all are navigable. The state is fairly well wooded and a variety of hard woods 
supply the demands of the furniture shops. Illinois takes first rank in the production of wheat and corn. The 
state annually produces 227,000,000 bushels of corn, valued at $7(t,0()(),<>00; 30,000,000 Inishels of wheat, 100,- 
000,000 bushels of oats, 500,000 pounds of grass seed, 1,500,000 pounds of flaxseed, 11,000,000 pounds of 
broom corn, 1,300,000 gallons of sorghum syrup, §3,500,000 worth of eggs and poultry, 800,000 pounds of 
honey and 100,000 pounds of beeswax. There are 300,000 acres of orchards and vineyards and the yield of 
peaches, apples, small fruits and berries is very large. Three million pounds of grapes and 300,000 gallons of 
wine a year, is produced. Illinois is the first state in the Union in the production of horses and annually 
raises over 100,000 horses, 2,500,000 cattle and an immense number of hogs and the annual wool clip has been 
h 000 000 pounds. Rich coal beds underlie three-fourths of the state and there are 800 mines, employing ovei- 
30000 men and producing 12,000,000 tons a year. Considerable iron ore is mined and copper is found in 
small quantities. The lead mines are not worked so extensively as formerly. Zinc is found in paying quantities. 
There are salt wells in the south. Forts' quarries, with 2200 men, furnish a superior grade of light drab lime- 
stone in the northeastern part of the state. There are 30 grain elevators in Chicago alone and here are the 
Union stock yards, the largest in the world, covering 350 acres. These yards handle .$200,000,000 worth of 
live stock annually. Illinois has 16000 factories, capitalized at over §150,000,000, employing 150,000 opera- 
tives and paying "i^iGO, 000, 000 a year in wages. The state ranks first in the meat packing and lumber indus- 
tries and the making of malt and distilled liquors. The other manufactures are extensive and embrace leather,, 
boots and shoes, railroad bridges and cars, furniture, sash, doors and blinds, planed lumber, carriages and 
wagons, harvesting machines, bicycles, steam and gas littings, hardware and soap. Chicago is the greatest 
bicycle centre in the world. The well-known city of Pullman has the world's greatest palace car estab- 
lishment. The transportation facilities of this state are unequalled, including as tliey do, water communica- 
tions on the Great lakes, Mississippi and Ohio rivers, a number of canals and more miles of railroad than any 
other state. There are 102 counties and newspapers are published in them all. The leading cities are : Chi- 
cago, Peoria, Quincy, Springfield, Rockford, Joliet, Bloomington, Aurora, Elgin and Decatur. 



ABINGDON, 2022 ; Knox, 43612 ; 9m S of Galesburg 
on Galesburg & Quincy br. C, B. & Q. and Eastern 
& Illinois div. I.C.Rys. Has immense creamery, tile 
and fire brick idants. Mines coal and raises thorough- 
bred cattle. Here are the Abingdon and Hedding col- 
leges. Val. 8178,310. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Rank. Riner House. 

Are-US— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '82; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. si. 50. W.H.Clark. Circ (D-680 

Enterprise-Herald-Friday; Ind; Est. '80;8p 

15.- 22; Sub. .§1.50. E. M. Killough. Circ.(Ji-875 

Kodak— Thursday ; Est. '97; 8p 15X22; Sub. 

si. .J. C. Schoop. Circ ®-735 

ALBION, 1162 ; Edwards, 20945 ; 120m E of St Louis 
on St. Louis-Louisville div. Southern Ry. Co. Manufac- 
turing, creamery and milling are the chief industries. 
Trade centre for Edwards county. Seat of Southern 
Collegiate Institute. Has fine mineral springs. Vitri- 
fied Brick Co. located here. Val. !i!452,181. Express; 
Telegraph. Stewart, Emerson & Co., Bankers. Woods 
House. 

Journal— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '69; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. Albert H. Bowman. Circ 3-1820 

ALEDO, 2081; Mercer, 20945; 14m E of New Bos- 
ton on (ialva & Keithsl)urg br. C, B. & Q. Ry. In an 
agricultural and coal mining region. A grain and cat- 
tle shipping iioint. Val. §334,634. Express; Tele- 
grajih. Aledo Bank. 

Democrat— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 
1 9> 23 : Sub. .§1.50. Mardock & Durning. 
Cir...... (i-lSOO 

Times-Record— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '86; 16p 
15x22; Sub. $1.50. Times-Record Pub. 
Co. Circ iS)-3686 

ALEXIS, G69; W.arren, 23163; 15m NE of Mon- 
mouth on Burlington Ky. Noted centre of the Breed- 
ing of Clydesdale horses. Manufactures brick, tile 
and pottery. Local trade centre. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Alexis. Alexandria House. 

Argus— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '86; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. §1.25. D. M. Harkrader. Circ ®-775 



'95 ; 
Circ. 



8p 



.'3-700 



Visitor— Wednesday ; Rep ; Est. 
13 -20; Sub. §r. D. E. Donly. 

ALGONftUIN, 550; McHenry, 29759; 13m S of Wood- 
stock on Chicago & Northwestern Ry. A farming, 
dairying town, with condensed milk factory. Val. 
(twp.) §569,992. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Al- 
goiKiuin. 
Citizen— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1.50. Algonquin Pub. Co. Circ (3;-665 

ALTAMONT, 1335; Effingham, 20465; 12m SW of 
Ellington on Springfield div. B. & O. S. W., St. Louis 
& St. Elmo div. C. & E. 1., Vandalia and terminus 
Eflingham & Decatur div. W. Rys. Manufactures tile, 
carriages and furniture and is a fruit shipiiing point. 
Val. §136,600. Express; Telegraph. M. E. Morgan, 
Banker. National House. 

News— Thursday; Ind; Est. '81; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. Mrs. M. A. AVest. Circ @-665 

ALTON, 14210; Madison, G4694; 23m N of St Louis, 
Mo. on Chicago & Alton. Big Four, Burlington, Chi- 
cago. I'eoria & St. Louis and Missouri, Kansas & Texas 
and Illinois Terminal Rys. ; on Mississipi>i river between 
mouths of Missouri and Illinois rivers, with jiassenger 
and freight steamer connection for important jiorts on 
all. Has Illinois Glass Co., Illinois Box Co., Hapgood 
Plow Co., Alton Paving, Building & Fire Brick Co., 
Alton Ry. & Illuminating Co., Alton Packing & Re- 
frigerating Co.. Luer Bros. Packing & Ice Co., Stannard 
and Sparks Milling comi)anies, Alton Roller Mills, 
and minor industries, employing 5000 i)eople. Has 
Monticello Seminary, Ursuline Academy, St. Joseph's 
Hospital, Hayner Memorial Public Library and Old 
Women's Home and general offices St. Claire, Madison 
& St. Louis Rv. Trolley to North Alton and Upper 
Alton. Val. §1,690,430. Express; Telegrai)h. Alton 
Nat. Bank. Madison Hotel. 
Banner (German)— Friday ; Ind-Rep ; Est. '66 ; 

4p 22x30; Sub. §2. H.Meyer. Circ 3-1850 

Republican— Evening; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 

2r, . 40; Sub. §5. Mc Adam Bros. Circ. .©-1280 

Republican— "Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 

26X40; Sub. §1. McAdam Bros. Circ. . .®-876 



ILLINOIS, 



97 



Sentinel-Democrat— Evening; Dem; Est. '74; 
sp ir)s2iJ; Sub. $5. Sentinel-Democrat 
Ptg. Co. Giro f -1550 

Sentinel-Democrat— Thursdav ; Dem ; Est. 
'74; Sp I.")- 22; Sub. .'$1.50. Sentinel- 
Deimnrat i'tg. Co. Circ 3-11)45 

Telegraph— Evening; Rep; Est. '.36; 4p 
20X20; Sub. $5.20. Alton Telegraph 
Printing Co. Cire (S)-1300 

Telegraph— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '30; 12p 
ir>>22; Sub. .'t!l.25. Alton Telegraph 
Printing Co. Circ (3;-1200 

ALTONA, 633; Knox, 43B12; 16m NE of Oalesburg 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. A broom fac- 
tory here. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Altona. 

Kecord— Thursday; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .•?!. Frank C. Krans. Circ ®-712 

AMBOY, 2000; Lee, 29894; 95m SWof Chicago,.] unc- 
tion Dubuque. Freeport& Centraliadiv. I. C. and Shab- 
/ bona c*t Sterling br. C, B. & Q. Rys. C. C. .Tacobs Bridge 
'T''--- and Iron Works, 111. Central Repair shops, emphjy 25 
/ men onlv. Is commercial centre and shipjiing point tor 
an agricultural district. Val. .?275,968. Express; Tel- 
egraph. First Nat. Bank. Keefer House. 

Journal- Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '55 : 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .$1.50. G". A. Lyman. Circ (D-1365 

News— Fridav; Dem; Est. '78; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .$1. "H. F. Gehaut. Circ (D-600 

ANCONA, 400 ; Livingston, 42035 ; 100m SAV of Chi- 
cago on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. In a coal 
mining, farming and cattle raising section. Makes 
shijiments of grain and coal. Express; Telegrajjh. 
Union Nat. Bank, .Streator. 

Advocate— Friday; Ind; Est. '83; 8p 

13 1-2x20; Sub. $1. Chas. F. Allen. Circ.@-850 

ANNA, 2(!18; Union, 24200; 112m SE of St. Louis on 

Illinois Central Ry. Has manufactories of fruit boxes 

/ and fruit l)ox "materials, Anna Ice Plant, Anna 

V^,^^ Pottery and Anna Lumber & Mfg. Co. Finest fruit belt 

|*^in southern Illinois. Is trade centre for Union and 

/ Pulaska counties with farming population of 40000. 

Seat of Illinois Southern Insane Hospital, employing 

200 jjeople. Union Academy and Sanitarium. Express; 

Telegraiih. Anna Nat. Bank. Anna Hotel. 

Democrat— Fridav : Dem ; Est. '90 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

.Sub. .i^l. John E. Detrich, Circ @-1786 

Talk— Fridav; Ind; Est. '83; 8p 16x22; Sub. 

si. Talk Printing Co. Circ (S)-2326 

ANTIOCH, 522; Lake, 34504; 55m NW of Chicago on 
Wisconsin Central Ry. Has farm and dairy interests. 
Val. (tw])). .$411,751. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Antioch. 

News— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. .$1. J. J. Burke. (Prints edition 
under same name for Grayslake and Lake 
Villa, 111., also Trevor, Wis.) Comb. Circ. ®-1610 

ARCOLA, 1995; Douglas, 19097; 40m E of Decatur 
on Chicago br. I. C. and Peoria div. V.Rys. Has manu- 
factories of cigars and brooms. Trade centre for 
agricultural section and is the largest broom corn 
market in the world. Val. $202,024. Express; Tele- 
gra]di. Areola State Bank. Commercial House. 

Herald- Friday; Dem; Est. '83; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. $1.50. J. L. Avey. Circ (1-1875 

Record— Saturday; Rep; Est. '66; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. Nathan Collins «& Sons. Circ.@-1789 

ARGENTA, 525; Macon, 44003; 12m NE of Decatur 
on .Springtteld div. I. C. Ry. Has farm lands. Ex- 
])ress ; Telegraph. Bank of Argenta. 

Hustler— Friday; Local; Est. '92; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. $1. G. N. Dunham. (Part of the 
edition is printed under name of Monitor, 
Oreana.) Comb. Circ ®-436 

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, 1380; Cook, 1,838,735; 22m 
NW of Chicago on Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Has 
dairy interests, cheese and sewing machine and several 
other factories. Val. $400,000. Express ; Telegraph. 
Arlington Heights State Bank. Union Hotel. 

Herald — Friday; Ind-Rep; Est. '72; 8p 
17 1-2x24; Sub. $1.50. H. C. Paddock. 
Comb. Circ (D-1050 



ARROWSMITH, 317; McLean, 67843; 20m E of 
Bloomingtdii on Lake Erie & Western Ry. Raises 
grain and live stock. Val.(twp.) .$410,856. Express; 
Telegrai)li. McClure & Taylor, Bankers. 

News— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '84; 4p 18x24; 

.Sub. $1. Frank AVoolley. Circ (§)-416 

ARTHUR, 858; Moultrie, 15224; 30m E of Decatur 
on Danville & Marion br. C. & E. I. and Terre Haute 
& Peoria br. P. Rys. Is situated in the broom corn 
belt of the state and quantities of Indian corn are 
also shipped from this ]ioint. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Arthur. 

Graphic— Friday; Ind; Est. '87; 4p 

17 l-2;--22; Sub. $1. J. H. Bassett. Circ. f -900 

ASHKTJM, 429; Iroquois, 38014; ISm S of Kankakee 
on Illinois Central Ry. Principally interested in agri- 
culture. Express; Telegraph. Ashkum Bank. 

Journal — Friday: Non-Pol. Est. '98; 8p 

13X20; Sub. $1. Louis Wingfield. Circ... 3-450 

ASHLAND, 1201; Cass, 17222; 20m NW of Spring- 
field on Chicago & Kansas City div. C. & A. and 
Springfield div. B. & O. S. W. Rys. Agriculture forms 
the chief industry. Val. $109,762. Exijress; Tele- 
graph. .Skiles, Rearick & Co., Bankers. Hotel Lee. 

Sentinel— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '82; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. P. W. Bast. Circ (3,-900 

ASHLEY, 953; Washington, 19526; 60m E of St. 
Louis, Mo. on Illinois Central and Louisville & Nash- 
ville Rys. Has flour mills, fruit evaporators and 
broom factory. Trade centre for agricultural and 
fruit growing country. Express; Telegraph. The 
Ashley Bank. Hotel Palace. 

Gazette— Friday; Ind-Rep; Est. '76; 4p 

17x24; Sub. $1. F. E. O'Bryant. Circ. ..(3 -912 

ASHMORE, 476; Coles, 34146; 37m W of Terre 
Haute, Ind. on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. 
Louis Rys. Commercial centre for an agricultural dis- 
trict, poultry packing, brick factory, etc. Val. (twp.) 
$500,000 Exi)ress; Telegraph. Sec-Com. Exchange 
Bank, Charleston. 

Republican— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '87 4p ; 

21x22; Sub. $1. S. D. Makepeace. Circ..(3:;-40O 

ASHTON, 756; Lee, 29894; 15m NE of Dixon on Chi- 
cago & Northwestern Ry. Farming. Val. (twp.) 
$242,606. Express; Telegraph. Ashton Bank. 

Gazette— Thursday; Ind; Est. '97; 8-16p 

18x24; Sub. $1. Bancroft & John. Circ.f-3oO 

Times— Weekly ; Ind ;Est. 1901 ; 8-12p 18x24; 

•Sub. $1. Lux & Son. Circ f-lOOO 

ASSUMPTION, 1702; Christian, 32790; 23m SW of 
Decatur on Illinois Central Ry. An agricultural town 
and trade centre for a farming population. Val. (twp.) 
$445,961. Express; Telegraph. Illinois State Bank. 
Varney Tavern. 

Gazette— Evening; Ind; Est. 1901; Carlet. 

Circ (g)-200 

Independent— Friday; Ind; Est. 1900; 8p 

17 1-2X22; Sub. $1. Hodge Bros. Circ. .(2)-960 

News— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. H. P:. Bixby. Circ ®-800 

ASTORIA, 1084; Fulton, 46201 ; 50m NW of Spring- 
field on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Is in a coal 
belt and ships lumber, grain and livestock. Has sev- 
eral manufactures. \al. $150,000. Express; Tele- 
graph. W. H. Scripps, Banker. Commercial House. 

Argus— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.25. H. E. McLaren. Circ $-876 

Search Light— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '94; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1.25. A. E. Scott. Circ... 

ATHENS, 1535; Menard, 14336; 15m NW of Spring- 
field on Peoria & Springfield br. C, P. & St. L. Ry. Has 
two coal mines em])loying about 400 people. Fine City 
Park. Express; Telegraph. Lee Kincard, Banker. 
Scott House. 

Free Press— Friday ; Ind ; Est. '84; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.25. Geo. P. Miller. Circ J-573 

ATKINSON, 762; Henry, 40049; 18m NE of Cam- 
bridge on Southwestern div. C., R. I. & P. Ry. 
Farming, brick and tile making. Val. (twp.) $313,481. 
Express ; Telegraph. Atkinson Bank. 
Herald -Thurs day ; Ind; Est. '92; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1.25. D. Griffln. Circ 



®-783 



98 



PETTINGILL-S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



ATLANTA, 1270 ; Logan, 28G80 ; 20m SW of Bloominff- 
tou on Chicago & Alton and Peoria br. Y. Kys. Is trade 
centre for agricultural section. Express ; Telegraph. 
Atlanta Nat. Bank. Coleman House. 
 Record— Saturday ; Local; Est. '82; 4p 17x24; 

sub. ^1.50. Crihfield Bros. Circ (3)-300 

ATWOOD, 098; Piatt, 17700; 27m E of Decatur on 
Cincinnati, Indianapolis & Western Ry. Important 
trade centre for agricultural country. Express; Tele- 
graph. Atwood Bank. 
Herald— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '87; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .•?!. AV. E. Means. Circ ®-456 

AUBURN, 1281 ; Sangamon, 71593; 16m SW of Sprmg- 
lield on Chicago & Alton and Pawnee Rys. Surrounded 
bv farm lands and shii)pinff jioint for an agricultural 
district Brick and tile works, two coal shafts, flouring 
mill and lumber yard. Val. (twp.) ,?597,0()7. Express; 
Telegraph, .\uburn State Bank. Commercial Hotel. 
Citizen— Friday ; Ind; Est. '74; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. M.L.Gordon. Circ @-500 

AUBURN PARK, 50; Cook, 1,838,735; 9m S of and 
suburl) of Chicago on Chicago & Eastern Illinois and 
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rys. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank of Englewood. 
Monitor— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '-; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. §1. G.E.Sullivan. Oirc 3-800 

AUGUSTA, 1149 ; Hancock, 32215 ; 37m NE of Quincy 
on (ialesliuig & Quincy br. C, B. & Q. Ry. In an agri- 
cultural, cattle raising and coal mining region. Has 
deposits of mineral clay and is a local trade centre. 
Val. §170,532. Express; Telegraph. Augusta Bank. 
Commercial Hotel. 
Eagle— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '84; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .§1.50. J. H. Emery & Son. Circ... .®-1022 

AURORA, 24147; Kane, 78792; 40m W of Chicago 
on Burlington, terminus Chicago, Rockford & Forres- 
ton and Aurora & Streator brs. C, B. & Q. and Aurora 
& Batayia br. C. »S: N. AV. Rys.; Fox river furnishes 
water jiower. Has Burlington Ry. shops, Aurora Cot- 
ton Mill Co., W. S. Frazier A: Co., vehicles; Aurora and 
Chicago Corset companies, Rathbone, Sard & Co., 
stoves ; American Well Works. Aurora Smelting and 
Refining Co., Aurora Silver Plate Co.,AVestern AVheeled 
Scraper Co., grading tools and machinery, and minor in- 
dustries, employing 5000 people, with monthly i)ay 
roll of .^200,000 and an annual product of .SlO.Otx^tjUOO. 
Is farming and manufacturing centre for Kane and 
adjacent counties with 50000 pop. Trolley to North 
Aurora, Batavia. Geneva, St. Charles and Elgin. Has 
12 churches and City Hospital. Val. $22,074,478. 
Express; Telegraph. Old Second Nat. Bank. Bishop 
House. 
Beacon— Evening; Rep; Est. '46; 8-12p 
15x22; Sub. .§3. J. H. Hodder & Co. 

Circ (4-1510 

Beacon— Wednesday and Saturday ; Rep ; Est. 
'40; 8-12p 15x22; Sub. |!2. J. H. Hodder 

& Co. Circ ®-1865 

Express-Evening; ; Rep ; Est. '82 ; 4p 20x26 ; 

Sub. S4. Chas. P. Burton. Circ ©-2700 

Herald-Express (semi-weekly edition of Ex- 
press)— Tuesday and Friday ; Rep ; Est. '66 ; 
4p 20X26; Sub. *1. Chas. P. Burton. 

Circ ^ ®-i900 

News— Evening; Rep; p:st. '74; 8p^l7x22; 

Sub. .'^i. Aurora Daily News Co. Circ. .(l)-4618 
News— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; Est. '92; 
■sp 17x22:" Sub. .'ifl. Aurora Dailv News 

Co. Circ. @-1500 

Sun— Saturday ; Family; Est. '86; 4p 15X22; 

Sub. .si. ".J. Siegmund & Co. Circ ®-831 

Volksfreund(fiernian)— Evening; Est. '95; 4p 

■_'(»■ 24; Sub. $?,.m). I'eter Klein. Circ 

Volksfreund (German)— Saturday; Est. '68; 

8p 20X24; Sub. $2. Peter Klem. Circ...®-1232 

AVA, 984; .Jackson. 33871 ; 12mNAVof Murphysboro 
on Mobile & Ohio I!y. A farming and manufacturing 
town. Express; Telegraph. Bank of A va. St. James 
Hotel. 

Advertiser-Friday; Rep; Est. '87; 8-12p 

llXltJ; Sub. .SI. Chas. W. Lay. Circ @-650 

Citizen— Thursday: Dem; Est. 1901; 4p 

L'()X26; .Sub..'i*l. A. P. Genung. Circ (1-600 



AVON, 809; Fulton, 46201; 20m S of Galesburg on 
Galesburg & Quincy br. C, B. & Q. Ry. Makes ship- 
ments of live stock, fire clay and farm produce and has 
drain pipe factories. Express; Telegraph. Tompkins 
Bank. 
Review— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '90; 8p 16x22; . 

Sul). $1. Geo. E. Simmons. Circ (J)-681 

Sentinel— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '79; 4p 17x24; 

Sul). S1.50. AVillisE. Stevens. Circ (g;)-655 

BARDOLPH, 3(;8; McDonough, 28412; 7m NE of 
Macomb on Galesburg & Quincy br. C, B. & Q. Ry. 
Manufactures sewer pipes, tile, i)aving brick and has 
banks of brick and fire clay. Express; Telegraph. 
Union Nat. Bank, Macomb. 

News— Wednesdav ; Local ; Est. '93 ; 4p 17x24; 

Sub.. SI. F.h! Maxwell. Circ (3-590 

BARRINGTON, 1162; Cook. 1.838,735; 32m NW of 
Chicago, junction Chicago, St. Paul & Minneapolis br. 
C. & N. W. and Elgin, .Toliet cK: Eastern Rys. In a dairy 
and farm district and ships large quantities of milk, 
cheese, grain and cattle. Cheese factories here. A'al. 
(twp.) $488,757. Express; Telegraph. Barrington 
Bank. Commercial Hotel. 



Review— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '85; 8p 16x22; 
Sub. $1.50. M. T. Lamey. Circ 



D-600 



BARRY, 1643; Pike, 31595; 27m SE of Quincy on 
AVabash Ry. Has a large pork i)a('king house, and flour 
mills. A local trade centre for manufacturing jiopula- 
tion. A^al. $210,641. Express; Telegraph. Exchange 



Bank. Dexter House. 
Adage— Thursday; Ind; Est. '71; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .si. A. E. Hess. Circ 3-1570 

'94; 8p 13X20; 

Circ @-600 



Breeze— Thursday; Ind; Est. 
Sul). $1. G. E. Davison. 

BATAVIA, 3871 ; Kane, 78792; 38m W of Chicago on 
Chicago k.<: Northwestern and Burlington Rys. Has 
Challenge AVind Mill and Feed Mill Co., V. S. Wind 
Engine & Pumj) Co., windmills: Newton AA'agon Co.. 
Aiipleton Mfg. Co., C. AV. Shumway & Son, iron cast- 
ings; and minor industries. Trolley to Aurora. A'al. 
.$476,912. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Re- 
vere House. 
Herald— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '92 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. .$1.50. F. E. Mar ley. Circ ®-1190 

News— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '69; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50.  C.A.Lewis. Circ J:-1000 

BAYLIS, 340; Pike, 31595; 13m NW of Pittsfield on 
AVabash Ry. In an agricultural section. Manufac- 
tures carriages. Express; Telegraph. Exchange Bank, 
Bay lis. 
Guide-Friday; Ind; Est. '90; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1. Guide Printing Co. Circ (S -1000 

BEARDSTOWN, 4827; Cass, 17222; 113m N of St. 
Louis, headquarters St. Louis div. C, B. & Q., termi- 
nus Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Rys. Has barrel 
and stave factory, 300 bbl. roller flour mill and other 
interests, employing 200 jieople; is leading ice packing 
and shii)ping i>oint in Central Illinois employing 800 
men in the busy season. Trade centre for extensive 
farming region. ' Is po)Hilar summer, hunting and fish- 
ing resort. A'al. .$371,121. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank. Park House. 
Enterprise— Morning ex Monday; Dem; Est. 

"02; 4p 15-22; Sub. $4.50. Coil & .Schaef- 

fer. Circ 1-500 

Enterprise— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '79; 4p 

15X22; Sub. $1.50. Coil & Schaeffer. 

Circ (D-1000 

lUinoian Star-Evening; Rep; Est. '93; 4p 

24 -;'.(;; Sub. »5. Nicholson & Fulks. 

Circ......: 1^-823 

Illinoian Star-Friday; Rep; Est. '45; 8p 
24x36; Sub. $1.50. Nicholson & Fulks. 
Circ 3-2715 

News— Evening; Ind; Est. '96; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. $5. LouS. AlLard. Circ ....©-713 

News-Saturday; Ind; Est.'96; 8-16p 16X22; 

Sub. $1. Lou S. AUard. Circ ®-1666 

BELLEVILLE*, 17484; St. Clair, 86085; 14m E of 
St. Louis, I\U>. on mainline and Belleville & Carondelet 
br. I. C, Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis Consolidat- 
ed and O'Fallou br. L. it N. Rys. Has glass works, 
flour and nail mills, foundries, harvesting machine 
works, employing 300 men and two large agricultural 



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iiii|ili'imMit factories. Trade centre for manufacturing 
I'oninuuutv. Connected by electrics with >st. Louis and 
East St. I'onis. Val. .'?2.2'75,391. Express ; Telegrapli 
I'lrst Nat. Bank. National Hotel. 
Advocate-Daily; Rep ;Est.'39;4p 17 1-'2X 24; 
Snli. .■5!5.20. Bellville Advocate I'rinting 

Co. Circ S-500 

Advocate-Friday; Rep; Est. '39; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. .i?!. Belleville Advocate Printing 

Co. Circ S-1500 

news-Democrat— Evening; Dem; Est. '82; 
4it 17 24: Sub. $4. The News-Democrat 

C. ,. ( ire 3}-1098 

Uews-Democrat -Thursday; Dem; Est. '57; 
«p 18X24; Sub. $1.50. The News-Demo- 
crat Co. Circ S-2341 

Post and Zeitung (German)— Evening; Rep; 
l>t. ^(l; 4p 20X2G; Sub. $b. Tost & 

Zcitunf; I'uli. Co. Ci.C 3-1013 

Post and Zeitung (German)— Sunday; Rep; 
Est. "48; 8p 17x25 1-2; Sub. $1.50. Post 
cV- Zeitung Pub. Co. Circ il)-3475 

Hecord— Morning: Est. '95; 4p 18x24; Sub. 

s5. Bach & Meyer. Circ ®-700 

Taffeblatt and Arbeiter-Zeitung (German)— 
Evening; Ind; Est. 4p 22 1-2x36; Sub..f4. 
Tageblatt & Arbeiter-Zeitung Pub. Co. 
Circ J-1000 

Volksblatt (German)— Friday ; Ind; Est. '88; 
Sp :?5x4S; Sub. 81.50. Tageblatt & 
Arbeiter-Zeitung Pub. Co. Circ J-1412 

BELVIDERE, 0937 ; Boone, 15791 ; 78m W of Chicago 
on three divs. C. & N. W. Ry. Has National Sewing 
Machine (and bicycle) Co., one of the largest in the 
world: Columbia Heating Co., Automobile "Works. 
Oasoline Engines and Cigar factories. Ry. shops, Big 
Thunder Mfg. Co.. sewing machine sujiplies; and 
minor industries, employing 1800 people with monthly 
pay roll of .§100,000. Is farming and dairying trade 
centre. Val. 83.000.000. Express; Telegraph. Second 
Nat. Bank. Julien House. 
Northwestern- Evening; Rep; Est. '98; 4p 

20 ■,2(;: Sub. 84.50. A. H. Keeler. Circ. 3-1075 



Northwestern— Friday; Rep; Est 
20  \li'<: Sub. 81. A. H. Keeler. 



'06 ; 
Circ. 



8p_ 



g)-1800 

Republican— Evening; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 

2(1  21'.; Sub. §5. Frank T. Moran. Circ..4:!-1194 

Republican-Si-Wkly; Rep; .Est. '93; 8p 

2(1 .20; Sub. §1. Frank T. Moran. Circ..4-1G63 

REMENT, 1484; Piatt, 17706; 7m S of Monticello, 
junction Chicago and Effingham brs. W. Ry. Raises 
wheat, oats, corn and live stock and is supply point for 
a farm region. Val. 8176,005. Express; 'telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Hotel Swift. 
Register— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81.50. M.O.Curry. Circ iJ-SOO 

BENTON*, 1541 ; Franklin, 19675 ; 93m SE of St. Louis, 
Mo., junction St. Louis & Elmo div. C. & E. I. and 
Ilhnois Central Rys. A corn, castor bean, fruit, berry, 
tobacco and grain raising town. Manufacturers sad- 
dlery and harnesses. Val. (twp.) .1223,848. Express; 
Telegraph. Benton State Bank. Hudson House. 

Independent— Friday; Dem; Est. '98; 4-8p 

is X 24; Sub. 50c. A.E.Martin. Circ... (2) -1200 

Republican— Friday ; Rep; Est. '79; 8p 

1 :< 22 ; Sub. 81. H. L. Frier. Circ (2^-1036 

Standard— Friday; Dem; Est. '49; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. 81. Brownlee & Cantrill. Circ ®-989 

RETHANY, 873; Moultrie, 15224; 7m NW of Sullivan 
on Illinois Central Ry. Has farming interests. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Exchange Bank. Kendall House. 

Echo— Friday; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 13X18; Sub. 

si. .1. W. Mcllwain. Circ 'f-700 

BIGGSVILLE, 417; Henderson, 10836; 15m NE of 
Burlington on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. A 
shijiping jioint for grain and cattle raising district. 
Exjiress; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 

Clipper-Friday; Rep; Est. '75; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. si. 50. M.M.Rowley. Circ (g;i-350 

BLANDINSVILLE, 995; McDonough, 28412; 16m 
NW of Macomb on Toledo, Peoria & Western Ry. Has 
flour and saw mills, brick and tile factories. Largest 
stock shipping point on T., P. & W. Ry. Val. (twp.) 
-8453.442. Exiness: Telegraph. Hustons & McCord, 
Bankers. Hotel Ballon. 



Star-Gazette— Thursday; Dem; Est. '87; 8p 

15 . 22: Sub. .fl. Irwin & Griggs. Circ®-1053 

BLOOMINGTON, 28940; McLean, OU700; 12Gm SW 
of Chicago on Chicago & Alton, Illinois Central, Big 
Four and Lake Erie & Western, terminus Kansas 
City br. C. & A. and Kankakee br. I. C. Rys. Has C. & A. 
Ry. shops, American Foundry & Furnace Co., Brick 
& Pressed Brick Co., Bloomington Stove Co., Blooming- 
ton Brick & Tile and Pressed Brick companies, .J. B. 
Holmes & Co., brick; Bloomington Caramel Co., Panel 
Chair Co., Phoenix Nursery Co.. Meyer Estate, brewers; 
C. Wakefield and Green May Medicine Co., patent medi- 
cines; and minor industries. The Chicago & Alton Ry. 
alone emi)loy 1000 men, with monthly pay roll of 880".- 
000. Is farming trade centre for 10 counties with 180,- 
000 pop. Trolley to Normal. Is seat of Illinois Wesleyan 
(Methodist Episc.) University; has two hosp'itals, three 
sanitariums and general offices Chicago & Alton Ry. 
Val. 85.000.000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank. Wintlsor Hotel. 

Bulletin— Evening ex Sat; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 
17x22; Sub. 85. Braley & O'Donnell. 
Circ <I)-7000 

Bulletin— Sunday; Dem; Est. -80; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 82. Braley & O'Donnell. Circ @-8962 

Bulletin — Thursday ; Dem; Est. '80; «p 
15x22; Sub. 81. Braley & O'Donnell. 
Circ 3-5210 

Freemason— Monthly ; Masonic; Est. '85; 8p 

11X16; Sub. .81. Delmar&Darrah. Circ 3-5000 

Journal (German)— Friday ; Ind ; Est. '78 ; 8p 

15 22: Sub. 81.50. J. Dietrich. Circ... 3-2000 

Pantagraph— Morning; Rep; Est. '57; 8p 

17- 23: Sub. 85.20. W.O.Davis. Circ..a)-9563 
Pantagraph— Friday ; Rep; Est. '46; 12p 

17x23; Sub. $1. W.O.Davis. Circ a-7802 

Record— Saturday ; I'nion Labor; Est. '97; 8p 

17 1-2x22; Sub. $1. John A. Lasswell. 

Circ 1-3000 

School and Home Education— Monthly ex 
.lulv and Aug: Est. '79; 56p 7X10; Sub. 
81.25. Public School Pub, Co. Circ ®-12502 

Tailor— Monthly ; Labor; Est. '86; 20-32p 
8xl0 1-2;Sub, 60c. Journeymen Tailors' 
Union of America Pub. Co. Circ 1-9000 



/ 



Wesleyan Argus— tThursday ; Collegiate ; Est. 
'95 ; Sp 10X13 ; Sub. 81. University Press. 
Circ S 



275 



BLUE ISLAND, 7000; Cook, 1,838,735; 121-2mWof 
Chicago, junction Chicago, Rock Island &■ Pacific, Chi- 
cago ct Grand Trunk, Illinois Central and Chicago & 
Northern Pacific Rys. Here are smelting- works, stone 
quarries and brick plants. A commercial centre for a 
farming district. Val. 8321,004. Express ; Telegraph. 
Commercial Bank. Blue Island House. 

Standard— Friday; Est. '76; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

81. Wade Errett. Circ @-1100 

Sun— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81-25. John H. Volp. Circ 

BLUE MOUND, 714; Macon, 44003; 99m NE of St. 
Louis, Mo. on Wabash Ry. Has a brick and tile fac- 
tory and is trade centre for rich agricultural section. 
Val. (twp.) 8351,014. Express; Telegraph. J. W. 
Brown & Co., Bankers. American House. 

Leader— Friday ; Ind; Est. '87; 8p 13x20; 

Sul). 81. Frank Trainer. Circ 3)-500 

BLUFFS. 539: Scott, 10455; 12m NW of .Jacksonville 
on main line and terminus Bluffs & Quincy br. W. Ry. 
Is trade centre for agricultural section. Express ; 
Telegraph. Bank of Bluffs. 

Times-Fridav ; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81.25. E. D. Beird. Circ ©-745 

BOWEN. 1669; Hancock, 32215; 14m SE of Carthage 
on Blutfs & Keokuk br. W. Ry. A trade centre for 
farm region. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' Bank. 

Chronicle— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '91 ; 8p 13x20 ; 

Sub. 81. M. S. McCoy & Son. Circ (3)-817 

BRADFORD, 773; Stark, 10186; 128m SW of Chicago 
on Buda ^^t Rushville br. C, B. & Q. Ry., Nelson & 
Peoria br. Agriculture is the principal occupation. 
Is a local trade center. Express ; Telegraph. Bradford 
Exchange Bank. 

Republican-Thursday; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 

15x22; Sub. 81.50, J, C, Blaisdell, Circ.®-1083 



>( 



100 



PETTINGILLS NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



BRAIPWOOD, :!270: Will, 74764; 57mSWof Chicago 
on Clii^ai^o tV Alton Ky. Has Murphy & Co., Wilming- 
ton Coal and Wilmington Star Mining & Mfg. com- 
jianies. em))loying 1(K)0 men, with monthly pay roll of 
.$40,000. Is trade centre for Wilmington coal field. 
Val. $237,08.3. Express; Telegraph.Felton. Odell & Co., 
Hankers. Commercial House. 



Bulletin-Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '90; 8p 17x24; 
Sail. si. A. F. Paden. Cire 



-64o 



BRIDGEPORT, 487; Lawrence, 16523; 4m W of 
Lawrenceville on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Ry. 
Has agricultural interests. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
of Bridgeport. 
Reporter-Friday; Ind; Est. '89; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .SI. W.A.Hunt. Cire @-500 

BRIGHTON, COfi; Macoupin, 42250; 35m N of St. 
]>ouis. Mo. on Chicago, Springfield & St. Louis div. C. 
& A. and Chicago, Hurlington & Quincy Rys. Is an 
agricultural town and has coal mines in vicinity. Prof. 
Dodge's School for Stammering. Val. (twp.) 3^448,227. 
Ex]iress; Telegraph. Blodget Bros. & Co., Bankers. 
Commercial Hotel. 
News— Thursday; Ind; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .i?1.25. ' Frank Merrill. Cire (D-500 

BRIMFIELD, 677; Peoria, 88608; 20m NW of Peoria 
on Buda & Rushville br. C, B. & Q. Ry. Is situated in 
one of the finest agricultural sections in the state and 
farming is the priiicipal occupation. Is a local trade 
centre. Express; Telegraph. Exchange Bank of 
Brimfield. 



News- Thursday ; Ind; Est. '79; 8p 13x20; 
Sub. .SI. 50. Addison Pacey. Cire 



-548 



BROADLANDS, 350; Champaign, 47622; 25m SE of 
Chamjiaigu on St. Louis div. C. & E. I. Ry. Is trade 
centre for agricultural section. Val. $100,000. Ex- 
])ress; Telegraph. Bank of Broadlands. 

Echo— Pridav : Non-jjartisan ; Est. '96; 4p 

15  22; .Sub. $1. D. M. Drake. Cire ®-524 

BROCTON, 613; Edgar, 28273; 19m NW of Paris, 
junction Sidell & Olney div. 1., D. & W. and Toledo. St. 
Louis & Kansas City Rys. Express; Telegraph. Broc- 
ton Bank. 

Review— Friday; Dem; Est. '92; 6p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. Ciias. B. Miller. Cire il'-1198 

BROCKPORT, 1600; Massac, 13110; 6m E of Metro- 
polis on Illinois Central Ry. and Ohio River. Has lum- 
ber and saw mills ; also hoop, wagon and buggy plants. 
Interested in farming. Largest tie shipping point 
known. Express ; Telegraph. Bank, Metro])olis. 



Eagle— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '98; 4p 14X24; 
Sub. $1. Wm. Wright & Son. Cire S. 



BUCKLEY, 490; Iroquois, 38014; 25m SW of Watse- 
ka on Illinois Central Ry. Raises live stock and grain. 
Has Artesian wells. Express: Telegraph. Buckley 
IJank. 

Chronicle— Friday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '95; 8p 

18X24; Sub. $1.50. W.P.Gilbert. Circ..(t;-350 

BUDA, 873; Bureau, 41112; 46m NE of Galesburg on 
main line at junction of Buda & Rushville br. C., B. 
& Q. Ry. Has a large foundry and plant, manufactur- 
ing decorative ironwork and railroad supjilies. A trade 
centre for farming district. Express ; Telegraiih. Buda 
Bank. Buda Hotel. 

Plain Dealer-Friday; Ind-Rep; Est. '87; 8p 

i:'.,v 2(1; Sub. $1.50. P.N.Mason. Circ...(3;-625 

BUFFALO, 579; Sangammon, 71593; 14m E of 
Springfield on Wabash Ry. Farming interests here. 
Express ; Telegraph. Buffalo Bank. 

Press-Friday; Est. '97; 8p 13X20; Sub. $1. 

.bihn H. Eaton. Giro (3>850 

BUNKER HILL, 1279; Macoupin, 42256; 16m NE 
of Alton on Big Four Rv. Manufactures farm imple- 
ments and raises fruit, live stock and garden ])roduce. 
Val. $215,309. Express; Telegraph. Belt, Bumann 
& Drew Bankers. Bartell House. 

Gazette— Wednesday; Ind-Rep; Est. '06; 8p 

15x22;Sub. $1.60. Phil C. Hanson. Circ..®-661 

News— Friday; Rep; Est. '86; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 5b. H. T. Henrichs. Cire (3)-1100 

The Christian Iconoclast— Monthly ; Relig- 
ious; Est. 1901; Sp 8 1-2X12 1-2; Sub. 
50c. H.T. Henrichs. Cire (g)-3000 



.^g^^-500 



BUSHNELL, 2490; McDonough, 28412; OOm W of 
Peoria on (ialesburg & St. Louis div. C, B. & Q. and 
Toledo, Peoria & Western Rys. Has brick, pump, tank 
and fence, heater and cigar factories. Large poultry 
packing, wool .and fur houses. Trade centre for agri- 
cultural section. Val. $600,000. Express; Telegrai)h. 
First Nat. Bank. Hendee House. 

Democrat — Thursday; Dem; Est. '84; 8p 

20x20; Sub. $1.50. Chas. C. Chain. Cire 

Record— Friday ; Rep; Est. '08; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. JohnR. Camp. Cire J-IOOO 

BYRON, 1015 ; Ogle, 29129 ; 89m N W of Chicago, junc- 
tion Chicago, Milwaukee & St. I'aul and Chicago' 
Great Western Rys.; on Rock River. An agricultural 
and dairy town. Val. (t\vi>.) $424,294. Express; Tele- 
graph. Byron Bank. Commercial Hotel. 

Express— Friday; Rep; Est. '82; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. Mrs. L. K. Artz & Son. Circ..g:-993 

CABERY, 385; Ford, 18359; 24m SW of Kankakee 
on Chicago div. I. C. Ry. Has rich coal deposits. 
In fanning district. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Cabery. 

Enquirer — Thursday; Rep; Est. '83; 8p 

15x22; Sub. fl. R. C. Breneisa. Cire ®-660 

CAIRO*, 15000; Alexander, 22000; 150m SE of St. 
Louis on Illinois Central and Mobile & Ohio, terminus- 
Big Four, Cotton Belt and Cairo br. St. L., I. M. & So. 
Rys.; at junction of Ohio and Mississippi rivers with 
passenger and freight steamer connections with all 
important river ports. Has F. E. Creelman, Carey-Hal- 
liday. Three States and Himmelberger & Friant Luin- . 
ber companies, Chicago Mill & Lumber Co.. Lancas- W 
ter & Rice Lumber Mfg. Co., Demontcourt \- O'Hara,. ^V 
lumber ; Peter T. Langan, lumber and sawmill ; Souhei- ' > 
mer Bros. Lumber Co., Osceola Land it Lumber Co., 
Rice Lumber Co., Geelman Export Lumber Co., Weis- 
Peterson Box Mfg. Co., Houston Bros., hardwood lum- 
ber; Singer Sewing Machine Factory; Cairo Milling 
Co's. flour mill; H. L. Halliday Milling Co., grain ele- 
vators and basket factory, employing 1200 people. la 
trade centre for southern Illinois and border counties 
in adjoining states. Val. $2,700,000. Express; Tele- 
graph. Ci^ Nat. Bank. Halliday Hotel. 

Argus— Morning ; Dem; Est. '78; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. $5. H.F.Potter. Cire 3-140a 

Bulletin— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '68; 

ip 18x24; Sub. $7. Geo. B. Walker. Circ.'3-130O 

Bulletin— Sunday ; Dem; Est. '68; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. $2. Geo. B. Walker. Cire .1-130O 

Bulletin— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. '68; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. $1. Geo. B. Walker. Cire CJ-IOOO 

Citizen— Evening; Rep; Est. '99; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. $5. Citizen Co. Cire (I)-700' 

Citizen— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '85; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). $1.50. Citizen Co. Cire ff-1050 

Telegram — Evening and Sunday Morning; 

Ind: Est. '87; 4p 20x20; Sub. $7.20. E. 

E. Ellis &C. M. Ellis. Cire (D-2080' 

CAMBRIDGE*, 1345; Henry, 4049; 30m SE of Rock 
Island on Hock Island & Peoria Ry. In an agricultural 
and coal mining district. Is shipping point for sur- 
rounding section. Val. $187,134. Express; Telegraph. 
Fanners' Nat. Bank. Hotel (Juinn. 

Chronicle— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '58; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $1.50. John M. Mavity. 
Circ \ 31 -120O 

Prairie Chief— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '67; 4p 

20 . 29; Sub. $1. John H. Seaton. Circ... (§1-550 

CAMPBELL HILL, 497 ; .Tackson, 33871 ; 20m NW of 
Murjdiysboro on Mobile & Ohio Ry. Express; Tele- 
grajih. Bank of Campbell Hill. 

Eclipse— Friday; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1. Dillard Minter Printing Co. Circ. 3 -450- 

CAMP POINT, 1260; Adams, 67058; 22m NE of 
t^uincy on Chicago. Burlington & Quincy and Decatur 
it <,Juincy div. W. Rys. Agriculture forms the chief 
industry." Trade centre for agricultural community. 
Val.$lS3,000. Express; Telegraph. Camp Point Bank. 
Omer House. 

Journal— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. '73; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1. Geo. W. Cyrus. Circ. . .J -1094 



ILLINOIS. 



101 



CANTON, <"'r><U; Fulton, 40201 ; 14m SAVof Lewistown 
■on liurlington vS: Toledo, reoria >& Wfstorn Uys. Has 
Silas rminis, planiii<;- mill; Ucckard & Sons, Geo. B. 
Roller, anil ('. 1!. Sweet, paving brick ; I'arlin \- Oren- 
<lorlT Co., farming implements and 2'> eiijar faetories, 
employing GOO people. Val. .f030,lG(>. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Churchill House. 

Leader— Evening ; Dem; Est. '92; 8p 

ir.  L'li; Sub. .«3. Chas. A. Higgins. Giro. 1-1554 

Leader— Thursday; Dem; Est. '77; 8p 
ir.\22; Sub. $1.50. Chas. A. Higgins. 
Circ (g;-1230 

Register— Evening; Rep; Est. '90 ;8p 15x22; 

Suli. $.'>. C. E. Snively. Circ 15-1585 

Register— Thursday; Rep; Est. '49; 12p 

1.". ■;22; Sub. §1.50. C. E. Snively. Circ.!^-17G0 

CARBONDALE, 3318 ; Jackson, 33871 ; 90m SE of St. 
Louis. ,Mo. on main line, St. Louis & Paducah div. and 
< arliondale ^.' Cape Girardeau and Carbondale & John- 
son City brs. I. C. Ry. Is trade center for large farm- 
ing section. Seat of Southern Illinois State Normal 
University, 500 students. Val. $235,215. Express; 
Telegraph". First Nat. Bank. Newell House. 

Free Press— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. '77; 8p 

15x22; Sub. 5;l. 50. Chas. H. Rieth. Circ.a-lOOO 

Herald— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. §1.50. 'J.H.Barton. Circ 

■CARLINVILLE*, 3502 ; Macoupin, 42250 ; 59m N of St. 
Louis. Mo. on Chicago & Alton and Litchfleld, Carroll- 
ton it AVesteru Rys. Has Carlinville Coal and Brick & 
Tile Companies, employing 325 men. Is farming trade 
centre for county. Seat of Blackburn University ; has 
general offices Litchfield, CarroUton & Western Ry. 
Val. (twp.) .§952,455. Express; Telegraph. C. H. C. 
Anderson's Bank. St. George Hotel. 
Blackburnian—t Monthly; Collegiate; Est. 
'sl; 2(ip SXll; Sub. $1. Blackburnian 
I'ub. Co. Circ (D-264 

Democrat— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '56; 8p 
14x21; Sub. .§1.50. Macoupin Printing 
Co. Circ (i)-1900 

Enquirer— Evening ; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 
i.S 24; Sub. .§4. J. W. & C. J. Lumpkin. 
Circ ®-500 

Enquirer— Wednesday ; Dem ; Est. '72; lOp 
13 1-2X19; Sub. $1.50. J. W. & C. J. 
Lumpkin. Circ @-2516 

■CARLYLE*, 1874 ; Clinton, 1 9824 ; 47m E of St. Louis 
on Kaskaskia river and Baltimore & Ohio Southwest- 
ern Ry. Ships lumber and farm produce and manu- 
factures flonr, paper and hardwood lumber. A trade 
centre for community. Val. §224,815. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank of Carlyle. Truesdale Hotel. 

Constitution— Thursday ; Dem ; J:st. '63; 8p 
i:'. X 2( ) ; Sub. $1.50. T. D. Shoupe & Sons. 
Circ @-850 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 

Sul>. .§1.25. S.B.Hale. Circ ®-622 

Union-Banner — Friday ; Rep; Est. '63; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $1.50. John Ruf & Son. 
Circ @-1250 

'CARMI, -'939; White, 25386; 100m NE of Cairo at 
head of navigation on Little Wabash river and junction 
Louisville & Nashville and Cairo div. B. F. Rys. Chief 
industries : Plow and stave factories, foundry, machine 
shop, flour and saw mills, brick and tile plants. In a 
great corn and wheat growing region. Val. $230,241. 
Exjiress ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Dami-on House. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '58; 8p 

15X22; Sub. $1.25. A.W.Charles. Circ.. 1-2242 

Times— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '72 ;8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1. C. A. Bainum. Circ (D-1350 

■CARROLLTON*, 2355; Greene. 23402; 33m NW of 
Alton, lunction Quincy, CarroUton & St. Louis Ry. and 
Jacksonville div. C. & A. Rys. In a coal mining and 
manufacturing section. Cans, tile and machinery are 
manufactured here and the town ships grain, coal and 
farm produce. Is trade centre for mniing, farming 
and manufacturing population. Val. .§452,978. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Greene County Nat. Bank. Pier- 
son House. 

Gazette— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '46; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. $1.50. James McNabb 



Patriot— Friday ; Rep; Est. '63; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. Chas. Bradshaw. Circ .3)-1150 

CARTERVILLE, 1749; Williamson. 27790; 9m W of 
Marion on Illinois Central Ry. Several merchandise 
firms. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Carterville. 
Thompson Hotel. 
Herald— Friday ; Non-Partisan; Est. '99; 4p 

18 -24; Sub. $1. L.E.Robertson. Circ... 1,-630 

CARTHAGE*, 2104; Hancock, 82215; 40m NE of 
yuiney, junction Burlington & Quincy br. C, B. & Q. 
and Clayton >& Keokuk br. W. Rys. A farming town. 
Seat of Carthage College. Val. $248,195. Express; 
Telegraph. Hancock County Nat. Bank. Hotel Cutler. 

Democrat— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. '99; 8p 

15X22; Sub. $1. F. N. Milby. Circ (3)-988 

Gazette— Friday ; Rep; Est. '65; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. W.O.Sharp. Circ ®-987 

Journal— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. Jno. S. Cochran. Circ @-1000 

Republican— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '54; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1.50. I.C.Davidson. Circ.®-1015 

CASEY, 1500; Clark, 24033; 35m SW of Terre Haute, 
junction Chicago div. P., I). & E. and Vandalia Line 
Rys. In a farming community. Ships poultry and live 
stock. Val. $334,525. Express; Telegraph. Casey 
Bank. St. Charles Hotel. 

Banner— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '72; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. §1. C.E.Bennett. Circ (J)-1165 

Republican— Friday; Est. '98; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. §1. I. C. Davidson. Circ 3)-1758 

Times— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '72; 8p 20x26; 

Sub. $1. B.'T. Ward. Circ fS-1700 

CATLIN; Vermilion; 
Review — Saturday ; Ind; Est. 1902; 4p 

15X22; Sub. $1. Roy S. Murphy. Circ. .(g)-300 

CENTRALIA, 6721; Marion, 30446: 60m E of St. 
Louis, Mo. on main line and Chicago and Amboy divs. 
I. C, Southern, Jacksonville & St. Louis and Centralia 
& Illinois Southern Rys. Has Illinois Central Ry. repair 
shops, Centralia and"Pittinger-Davis Mining & Mfg. 
companies. Western Elnvelope Co., two fruit box facto- 
ries and glass factory. Is grain and fruit raising trade 
centre for four counties with 100,000 pop. Val. $700.- 
000. Express; Telegraph. Old Nat. Bank. Station 
Hotel. 
Democrat— Evening ; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 

15 -22; Sub. $5. C. D. Tufts & Co. Circ..(J)-715 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '68 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. $1. C. I). Tufts & Co. Circ ®-1162 

Sentinel— Evening; Rep; Est. '84; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. $5. T. L. Joy & Co. Circ ($-711 

Sentinel— Thursday; Rep; Est. '63; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1. T. L. Joy & Co. Circ... .(i)-753 

CERRO GORDO, 1008 ; Piatt, 17700 ; 12m NE of Deca- 
tur on Wabash Ry. Farming. Natural gas found 
here. Express ; Telegraph. State Bank of Cerro Gordo. 
Clifton House. 
New Era — Friday; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 

17 1-2x22; Sub. $1. J. C. Locker. Circ.3;-700 

CHADWICK. 505; Carroll, 18963; 9m SE of Mount 
Carroll on ( hicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Grows 
grain and raises cattle. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank. 

Clarion— Wednesday ; Rep ; Est. '98 ; 8p 15X 22 ; 

Sub. §1.50. A. A. Strauch. Circ 3)-700 

CHAMPAIGN, 9098; Champaign, 47622; adjoins 
I'rbana, (;<»()0, i»Om ENE of Springfield; centre of 
Chicago & New Orleans and Havana lines I. C, Big 
Four and Wabash Rys. Has H. W. Wells & Co,, 
lumber; Champaign Brick & Tile Co., planing mills, 
foundries and machine shops. Is trade centre of rich- 
est farming county in Illinois, with annual trade of 
$10,000,000. Seat of LTniversity of Illinois ; has Burn- 
ham Athenaeum and Hospital and home office Ameri- 
can Home Circle, (Life Insurance Order). Val. $1,361,- 
859. Express; Telegraph. Champaign Nat. Bank. 
Beardsley Hotel. 

Gazette— Evening; Rep; Est. '82; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $5. J. R. Stewart. Circ 3-1825 

Gazette— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '52; 12p 

15x22; Sub. $1.50. J. R. Stewart. Circ. i3)-1950 

lUini-M-Onday, Wednesday and Friday; Col- 
legiate; Est. '71; 4p 11X16; Sub. $1.50. 
University of Illinois. Circ (3)-891 



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PETTIX(;ILLS NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



News— Evening; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 18x22; 
Sub. .*.■>. Champaign County Printing 
Co. Ciic J -1464 

News— Wednesday and Saturday; Rep; Est. 
"ill; Kip 18x2"-t; Sub. .•S1.50.' Champaign 
County Printing Co. Clrc ^^-4470 

Times — Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '72 ; 12p 
17 1-2x22; Sub. .§1.50. Powers & Field- 
ing. Circ ®-2466 

CHANDLERVILLE, 940; Cass, 17222; 59m SW of 
Peoria on C., 1". & St. L. Rv. Is an agricultural and 
stock raising town. Yal. "S2?.2,.S1(). Express; Tele- 
graph. Conover, Skiles & Mertz, Rankers. 

Times— Friday : Xeutral; Est. '75; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .S1.5("). E.Spink. Circ 3-745 

CHAPIN, •">1^; Morgan, 3500(5; 10m W of Jackson- 
ville on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and Wabash 
Rys. Is a trade centre for agricultural section. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Chapin State Bank. 

Record— Friday; Local; Est. '90; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. si. F. .M. Gates. Circ ®-392 

CHARLESTON*, 5488 ; Coles. 34146 ; 172m S of Chi- 
cago on main lines Big Four (C, C, C. & St. L.) and 
Clover Leaf (T., St. L. & K. C.) routes. Has Clover 
Leaf Ry. repair shops, Record Tile Works, City 
Flouring Mills, Charleston Foundry Co., Charleston 
Broom Works. Tarvin's broom factory, elevator and 
warehouse companies, hominy mills, upholstery works, 
carriage works and stone quarry. Has racing horse, 
hog anil shee]) farms. Is in the broom corn region 
and trade centre for extensive farming section. Seat 
of Eastern Illinois Normal school. Val. SSOO.OOO. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Charleston Hotel. 

Courier — Evening; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 

ir, 1-2x22; Sub. S5. C.L.Lee. Circ (2)-800 

Courier — Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '40 ; 8p 

ic. 1-2x22; Sub. S!l. C.L.Lee. Circ {D-1775 

Herald— Wednesday ; Rep ; Est. '74 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. .si. J. A. McConnell. Circ ®-863 

News— Morning; Dem; Est. '92; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .'?4. James K. Rardin. Circ @-14:Ql 

News— Saturday; Dem; Est. '92; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. James K. Rardin. Circ '^-1047 

Plaindealer— Evening; Rep; Est. '92; 4p 
1 s . •_'4 ; Sub. .s5. Plaindealer Printing Co. 
Circ D-625 

Plaindealer— Friday ; Rep; Est. '40; 8p 
15x22 ; Sub. $1. Plaindealer Printing Co. 
Circ (D-1600 

The Brown Corn Journal — Semi-Monthly; 
Est. "02; S-lCp 9X12; Sub. .'?1. Plain 
Dealer I'rinting Co. Circ 3-1500 

CHATSWORTH, 1038; Livingston, 42035; 9m SW of 
Chicago on Toledo, Peoria & Western and Blooming- 
ton br. I. C. Rys. In centre of corn belt. Farming and 
stock raising'are the chief industries. Trade centre 
for agricultural section. Has St. Patrick's Academy. 
Val. .'?97,033. Express; Telegraph. Commercial Nat. 
Bank. Park Hotel. 

Plaindealer — Friday : Ind; Est. '73; 8p 

13^ 2(); Sub. $1.50. Jas. A. Smith. Circ... 3-850 

CHEBANSE, 555; Kankakee and Iroquois, 75168; 
64ni SW of Chicago on Illinois Central Ry. Express; 
Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. National Hotel. 

Herald— Friday; Rep; Est. '08; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. R.W.Lane. Circ f-1000 

CHENOA, 1512; McLean, 67843; 24m NE of Bloom- 
ingtoii on Toledo, Peoria & Western and Chicago i^- 
Alton Rys. Has agricultural interests and raises live 
stock. 'Canning and brick and tile factories and coal 
shaft here. A commercial centre for farm district. 
Val. 8104,549. Express; Telegraph. State Bank of 
Clieiioa. Pike House. 

Clipper, Gazette and Herald— Friday; Ind; 

Est. '93; 8p 15X22; Sub. SH.oO. E. S. 

Pike. Circ ®-1395 

CHESTER, 2832: Randolph, 28001; 69m SW of St 
Louis. .Mo., on Mississip])i river, terminus Wabash, 
Chester & Western and Illinois Southern also termi- 
nus of Chester, Perryville and .St. Genevieve Rys. The 
town i)roduces agricultural implements and flour and 
coal mines; also iiiauufactures knit goods and iron hol- 
low ware. Makes shijiments of coal, iron, lead and 
manufactured products. Isshiii])ing ]ioint and trade 
centre for a farming, mining and manufacturing dis- 
trict. Yal. .'5274,876. Express; Telegraph. First State 
Bank. Grand View Hotel. 



Clarion— Friday; Dem; Est. '66; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. 50. Frank Moore. Circ 1/-1000' 

Herald— Friday; Dem; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. Frank R. McAtee. Circ f.-960 

Tribune— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '72 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. sl.oo. Thos. J.Howorth & Co. Circ. g^-OeO 

CHESTERFIELD, 377; Macoupin, 42256; 28m X of 
Alton oil St. Louis, Chicago & St Paul Rj'. Agricul- 
ture. Val. (twi3.) .§389,311. Express ; Telegraph. Bank 
of Medora, Medora. 

Monitor— Friday; Ind; Est. '95; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .si. I.B.Harlan. Circ J-SSft 

CHICAGO*, 1,698,575; Cook, 1,838,735; (includes 
Chicago Lawn, Englewood, Edgewood, Grand Crossing, 
Gross Park, Hyde Park. Jefferson, Mayfair, Pullman, 
South Chicago and South Englewood) ;"has a splendid 
harbor and miles of water front on Chicago river 
and Lake Michigan, and lines of passenger and 
freight steamers to all important Great Lake Ports ; 
ships grain, lumber, live and dressed meats to- 
European ports, via the Great Lakes ; is second larg- 
est city in America and metropolis of the Middle 
and AVestern states and the greatest railway, j;rain. 
lumber, furniture, agricultural implements and 
live and dressed meat centre in the world. 
There are five union depots and one individual 
depot, as follows: Union Depot, Adams and Canal 
Streets, occupied by the Chicago & Alton ; I'itts- 
burg. Ft. Wayne & Chicago; Chicago. Mil- 
waiikee & St. Paul; Chicago, Burlington & Quincy; 
Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis. Dearborn 
Station, Polk street and Third avenue; used by the 
Sante Fe Route ; Grand Trunk ; Chicago & Eastern 111. ; 
Wabash; Chicago & Erie; Chicago, Indianapolis & 
Louisville. Van Buren Street Depot, Van Buren and 
Sherman streets; used by the Chicago, Rock Island & 
Pacific; Lake Shore & Michigan Southern; New York,. 
Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Grand Central Station, Har- 
rison Street and Fifth Avenue; occupied by the Balti- 
more & Ohio: Chicago & Northern Pacitic; Chicago 
Great Western. Central Depot, Twelfth Street and Park 
Row; used by the Illinois Central: Michigan Central; 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis; Chicago 
Pere Marquette : Wisconsin Central Rys. Wells Street 
Depot, AVells and Kinzie Streets, occupied by the 
Chicago & Northwestern Railway. There are four 
lines of elevated railway and numerous surface tracks 
within the cit\'. "The city is built up around the 
original site of Old Fort Dearborn, and is divided 
into three main divisions by the Chicago river, which 
diverges 7000 feet from the lake, one branch ex- 
tending in a northwesterly direction, and another 
branch to the south, thence" westward. The divisions 
of the city are known as the North Side, South Side 
and WestSide. The main business district occupies- 
the northern portion of the South Side. A great deal 
of artificial ground has been constructed from time to 
time to meet the demands of the rapidly growing pop- 
ulace." Chicago has 19.203 manufactories, with .S534,- 
000,689 capital, employing 262,621 people, with 
monthly pay roll of S10,'.l22,il2, and an annual prothict 
valued at .s,S88,78(!, 310, and including iron and steel 
goods, farming tools, carriages, furniture, clothing, 
leather, planed lumber, distilled liquors, soap, toltacco 
and cigars, chemicals, flour and many other commodi- 
ties. The city has 30 grain elevators and handles 
350,000.000 bushels of grain a year. The Union stock 
yards, the largest in the world, cover 350 acres, three- 
fifths under roof and cost 83.000,01)0. Over .S280,- 
000,000 worth of live stock is handled every year. 
Chicago's bank clearings have reached §7,750,000,000 
in a single year ; her wheat exports 105,000,0(10 busn- 
els; corn 186,000,000 bushels, and oats 7(5,000,000 
bushels annually : annual receipts of cattle, 3.000.0(JO 
head; sheep, 4,()00,000 head, and hogs over 8,90u,000 
head. Her wholesale houses do an annual business of 
§8,500.000. No city in the world equals Chicaoro in. 
push and enterprise; a trading post in 185(i. reduced 
to ashes in 1871, the scene of the most splendid expo- 
sition on record in 1893. The World's fair was a mag- 
nificent memorial of Chicago energy and daring, but 
the city has a more enduring monument to the enter- 
prise of her citizens in the great auditorium building. 
It was begun in 1887, and finished in 1890 and cost 
.§3,500,000. "This enormous structure fronts on three 
of the chief streets, presenting impressive and com- 
manding facades of Romanesque architecture, abound- 
ing in strong, round arches. It is as nearly fireproof as 
a structure can be made, being built of granite, lime- 
stone, iron and steel, with impenetrable walls and 
nothing inflammable, except tlie furniture. Among 
the component parts of the Auditorium building ar& 



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the business portion, including handsome stores and 
136 offices; the tower observatory. L'70 feet high and 
occupied bj' the U. S. sienal service; the recital hall, 
seating 500 persons; ana the auditorium, the largest 
and most sumptuous theater and opera house in the 
world, with tlie most comjilete and costly stage and an 
organ of unusual power antl sweetness, and a seating 
capacity of 4100, which can be enlarged to 8000. The 
Auditorium hotel is a part of this mighty pile, and in- 
cludes -too guest rooms, with a grand dining room and 
kitchen on the 10th floor, and a banquet hall Iniilt of 
steel, on trusses, over the theater. The auditorium 
tower has become one of the nf>table sights of Chicago. 
It is generally admitted that the auditorium proper, or 
the great hall, surpasses all the opera houses of both 
Europe and this country in beauty of decoration and 
finish, as well as in capacity. This architectural pride 
of the great west occupies a charming site overlook- 
ing Lake Michigan and its commercial fleets, while 
close around it surge the life and activity of Chicago." 
Chicago is the original city of "sky scrapers" and its 
Masonic Temple, 20 stories; Fisher Building and 
Great Northern Theater. 18 stories; Reliance, Mar- 
quette, Monadnock, Old Colony, Unitj% Ashland, "The 
Fair," Manhattan and Cook County' Abstract build- 
ings, all IC stories high, are among the loftiest and 
most imposing structures in the world. Among tlie 
citv''s many beautiful public buildings may be 
mentioned the Federal Building, costing 8-1,000,000; 
Stock Exchange. Public Library, Chamber of Com- 
merce, the splendid new buildings of Chicago Univer- 
sity. Illinois, Van Buren Street & Grand Central Railway 
stations. Synagogue Anshe Mariv, Church of the Cov- 
enant, Zion Temple, Western Theological Seminary 
and Union League and Standard club houses. Chica- 
go's educational institutions include : The great LTni- 
versity of Chicago, St. Ignatius (R. Catholic) College, 
Chicago (Congregational), Western and McCormick 
(Presbyterian) Theological seminaries. Manual Train- 
ing School, Field Columbian Museum, Art Institute 
and Bible Institute for Missions. Chicago's park system, 
costing .S10,00(i.O(K». is one of the finest in the world, 
and includes Lincoln Park, 310 acres, on the North 
Side; Humboldt, li>4 acres; Garfield, 185 acres; and 
Douglass, 171 acres, all on the West Side, and Wash- 
ington and Jackson, 165 acres on the South Side. 
The total park area is 1295 acres. These are con- 
nected by miles of splendid boulevards like Michigan 
avenue and Sheridan Drive. Beautiful statuary 
abounds in the parks and along the boulevards; the 
most famous monuments in the city are St. Gauden's 
Lincoln, Count Lelaing's La Salle, "the Drexel monu- 
ment and the statue of Douglas. The leading hotels 
are : Auditorium, Great Northern, Palmer House, Grand 
Pacific, Leland, AVellington. Virginia, Lexington, Me- 
tropole, Lakota, Grace, Clifton House, Atlantic, Burke"s, 
Gault, Windsor, Sherman, Lansing, Briggs House, 
Chicago Beach, Gore's, McCoy's, Bordeaux, Brevort, 
Imperial, Revere House, Saratoga, Transit, Tremont, 
Vendome, Victoria. Plaza. Stamford, Chicago View and 
Kuhn's. The following are the principal theaters : Au- 
ditorium. Illinois, Chicago Opera House, Columbia 
Theater, Grand Opera House, Havmarket, Hoolev's, 
McVicker's and Schiller. Val. .Sl',981,856,700. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Abendpost i German)— Evening; Ind; Est. '89; 
s-ll'l) ] 7x2-4; Sub. .<3. The Abendpost Co. 

<irc i-42511 

Sonntagpost— Sunday; Ind; Est. '90; 16-24p 
17X24; Sub. Si". The Abendpost Co. 

Circ (I)-31486 

Ad Sense— ^lonthlv; Advertising; Est. '96; 

96p 7X lO; Sub. .si. Ad Sense Co. Circ. 5-6000 
Advance — Thursdav ; Congregational ; Est. '67 ; 
32 Slip 9X13; Sub. .S2. Advance Pub. Co. 

Circ 1-19347 

Advertising Experience — Monthly ; Advertis- 
ing; Est. ".t4; 34-84p6X9; Sub. . SI. W. 

G. Souther. Circ (|)-3673 

Agricultural Advertising— Monthly ; Adver- 
tising: Est. '94; 34-,s4p 6X9; Sub. .§1. 
Frank B. White Co. (Dated at New York 
also.) Comb. Circ ®-7573 

Alkaloidal Clinic— Monthly; Medical; Est. 
'93; 2n0p 7X10; Sub. .$1. W.C.Abbott. 
Circ D -30000 

Alpha Tau Omega Palm— Quarterly ; Collegi- 
ate; Est. '80; S0p6X10; Sub. .S1.50. L. 
C. Ehle. Giro S:-815 

American — Evening: Ind-Dem; Est. 1900; 
12-16p 16X22; Sub. .S3. W. R. Hearst. 
Circ 3 -295,000 



American — Sunday; Ind-Dem; Est. 1900; 
r,4-'.i2p 16x22; Sub. .S2.50. W. R. Hearst. 
Circ 3,-410,000 

Examiner — Morning edition of American; 
liul-Dem; Est. 1900; ]2-16p 16X22; Sub. 
S3. W.R.Hearst. Circ 

Am. Adviser— Month Iv ; Investments ; Est. '95 ; 

24pllX16: Sub. .SI. Halle Pub. Co. Circ. 3-2500 

Am. Artisan and Hardware Record— Satur- 
day; Trade; Est. "SU; 34p 9X11; Sub. $2. 
Daniel Stern. Circ |f -741 7 

Am. Barber— Monthly ; Est. '95; 16p 9X12; 

Sub. 5< ic. Am. Barber Pub. Co. Circ 

Am. Bee Journal— Thursdav; Bee; Est. 61; 
16p8 1-2X11; Sub. .si. George AV. York& 
Co. Circ 3 -750 

Am. Brewers' Review (Eng. and Ger.)— Month- 
ly; Est. "87; 40p 9X13; Sub. S5. Am. 
Brewers' Review Co. (Dated at New York 
also. ) Circ 

Am. Building Association News— Monthly ; 
Est. '80 ; 36p 9X 1 2 ; Sub. .SI. Am. Build- 
ing Association News Co. Circ 3-21000 

Am. Checker Review— Monthly ; Recreation; 
Est. 88; 16p 6X10; Sub. SI. 50. Denvir 
Bros. Circ 

Am. Contractor— Saturday ; Est. '79; 48p 
11X14; Sub. S5. Arherican Contractor 
Pub. Co. (Issues also monthly and quar- 
terly eds.) Circ " 3;-1757 

Am. Elevator and Grain Trade— Monthly ; 
Milling; Est. '82; 44p 11X15; Sub. SI. 
Mitchell Bros. Circ 

Am. Field— Saturday ; Sporting; Est. '74; 32p 
IIXK;; Sub. .S'4. Am. Field Pub. Co. 
(Dated at New York also.) Comb. Circ...@-12070 

Am. Florist— Saturday ; Floricultural; Est. 
'85 ; 32p 9X12 ; Sub. .§1. Am. Florist Co. 
Circ 3,-6580 

Am. Furniture Gazette— ^lonthly; Est. '74; 
24plOX13;Sub. 5nc. Marshall D.Talcott. 
Circ S-4986 

Am- Graphic— >Ionthly ; Society; Est. '79; 
24p liX16; Sub. .SI. 50. American Grapic 
Press. Circ $-12500 

Am. Horse Owner— Monthly; Live stock; 

Est. '84; 16p9X13; Sub. §1. Jefferson 

Jackson. Circ §,-5000 

Am. Illustrated— Monthly ; Literary ; Est. '92; 

96p 7X10; Sub. ^1- Peninsula Pub. Co. 

Circ 1 -100,000 

Am. Jeweler— Monthly ; Est. '82; 32p 10X14; 

Sub. .si. 50. George K. Hazlitt & Co. 

Circ D-5000 

American Journal of Sociology— Bi-monthly ; 
Scientific; Est. '95; 144p 7X10; Sub. .S2. 
The University of Chicago Press. Circ. . 1-1900 

Am. Journal of Semitic Languages and Lit- 
erature— <-Ai;»i'teriv: Scientific; Est. '84; 
80p 7X 10 ; Sub. $3. University of Chicago 
Press. Circ X-500 

Am. Journal of Theology— Quarterly ; Unde- 
nominational: Est. "97; 288p7X10; Sub. 
S3. University of Chicago Press. Circ... 1-1200 

Am. Lumberman — Saturday; Lumber; Est. 
73 ; 96p 11X15; Sub. S4. " American Lum- 
berman (Inc.) Circ I-]2393 

Am. Messenger— Monthly : Matrimonial; Est. 
"S'.i : 4p 15X22 : Sub. 50c. Frederic Drake. 
Circ f?-3012 

Am. Miller-Monthly; Est. '73; 72p 11X16; 

SuVi. S2. Mitchell Bros. Circ ®-4990 

American Pigeon Keeper - Serai-Monthly; 
Pigeons; Est. 98: 16). 9X12; Sub. SI. 
National Fancier's .Journal Co. Circ 3 -2000 

Am. Poultry Journal— Monthly ; Est. '74; 

40-90p 9x12; Sub. 50c. G. G. Bates. 

Circ 1-21083 

Am. Swineherd— Monthly ; Agric and Stock; 

Est. '85; 36-96p 9X12; Sub. 50c. James 

Baynes & Son '3)-45125 

Am. Youth— Monthly ; .Juvenile : Est. '88 ; 16p 

llX16;Sub.Sl. FrankE.Dacons. Circ.f-30000 



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Amerikan (Bohemian)— Mondav and Thurs- 
day ; Ind: Est. '75; 32p 10x17; Sub. $2.50. 
Aug. Geringer. Circ !3;-43500 

Apparel Gazette - Si-Mo; Est. '89; 178p 
lux 12 1-2; Sub. $2. Waldo-Fairchild 
Co. Circ 3 -4500 

Appeal (t'olored) — Saturday; Ind; Est. '85; 

4p 17-24: Sub. $2. C. F. Adams. Circ. J)-13901 

Arbeiter-Zeitung (German)— Evening; So- 
cialistic; Est. '70; 4p 20<2(;; Sub. $3. 
Chicago Arbeiter-Zeitung Pub. Co. Circ. 5 -14900 

Fackel (German) (Sunday edition of Arbeiter- 
Zeitung) — Sunday ; Socialistic; Est. '79; 
12p 20x26; Sub. .S2. Chicago Arbeiter- 
Zeitung Pdb. Co. Circ S-24000 

Vorbote 'Cierman) (weekly editionof Arbeiter- 
Zeitung)— Wednesday; Socialistic; Est. 
'74; 8p 20x2(); Sub. §2. Chicago Ar- 
beiter-Zeitung Pub. Co. Circ 3)-5600 

Argus — Monthly ; Insurance ; Est. '70 ; 48p 

9X12; Sub. .S3. Rollins Pub. Co. Circ... ;3)-2277 

Arkansaw Traveler- Monthly ; Humorous ; 
Est. ".S2; IHp 9X12; Sub. oOc. Arkansaw- 
Chicago Pub. Co. Circ (^-14000 

Astrophysical Journal— Mo. ex February and 
August; Scientific; Est. '94: 80p 7X10; 
Sub. .$4. University of Chicago Press. 
(•"•.• 0-755 

Auswanderer (Ger. and Eng.)— Monthly; Im- 
migration; Est. '86; 40p 11X16; Sub. .f2. 
Emigrant Pub. Co. Circ ®-42034 

Automobile Review— Monthly ;Trade .Journal ; 
Est. 99; C.dp 9X12; Sub. .si. Tlie Auto- 
nioV)ile Keview Co. Circ 3-5900 

Bakers' Helper-Monthly; Est. '87; lOOp 

9X12; Sub. .S2. H. P. Clissold. Circ D-4050 

Banker and Investor— Monthly ; Financial; 
Est. '94; 22p9X12; Sub. $1. Charles N. 
Hale. Circ (J)-2511 

Banner— Saturday ; Local ; Est. '69 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. S2. Frank E. Stanley. Circ (i)-4966 

Banner— Monthly ; Religious; Est. 1901; 4p 
9. 12; Sub. 2.")C. .1. D. Seneringhaas. 
Circ (3)-1000 

Banner of Gold— Monthly ; Family ; Est. '92 ; 
16p 11X16; Sub. 50c. Banner of Gold 
Pub. Co. Circ 

Baptist Union— Saturday : Est. '90; 24p 
8 3-4X12 1-2; Sub. ,^1. Baptist Young 
People's Union of America. Circ 1-30765 

Beobachter (German)— Saturday; Rep; Est. 
'77: 12p 17x24; Sub. $2. A. Paessler. 
Circ (J)-14634 

Biblical World— Monthly ; Religious: Est. 
■S((; S4p 7X1(); .Sub. .S2. University of 
( hicago Press. Circ v3:i-8020 

Birds and Nature— Monthly ; Nature; Est. 
'97; 48p8X10;Sub. $1.50. A. W. Mum- 
ford. Circ 3-25000 

Black Diamond— Saturday; Coal; Est. '85; 
44p lox 1 4 ; Sub. $?,. Black Diamond Pub. 
Co. Circ (3}-11135 

Bladet (Swedish)— Tuesday; Religious; Est. 
'77 ; fcp 15 1-2X-21 ; Sub". $1.50. J. Marten- 
son. Circ 3-13500 

Bonds and Mortgages— Monthly ; Financial; 
Est. ■'.14: 4.s-r,4p 10X14; Sub. .SI. F. H. 
i:rtcl . (  irr v3,-2300 

Botanical Gazette— Monthly ; Scientific; Est. 
'75; 76p 7X10: Sub. $-1. University of 

Chicago Press. Circ (D-750 

Chicago Ledger — Wednesday ; 

_ , i:sr.'72.1(;p is ■'24;Sub. SI. W. 

Bpyces n. i!„y(e(<. T-750,000 

weeklies g^turday Blade-Saturday ; Est. 

'87; 12p 18X24; Sub. .«1. W. D. 

Boyce Co. 

Breeders' Gazette— "Wednesday; Agricultural 
and Live Stock; Est. '81; 48-5(;p 11X15; 
Suli. .S2. Sanders Pill). Co. Circ l)-60052 

Brewer and Maltster ('br and Eng)— Month- 
Iv; Brewing and .Malting; Est. '82; 140p 
9X13; Sub.:?5. Kug uj A. -Cittig & Son. 
Circ : ;3 -5700 



Brick— Monthly ; Est. '94; 56p 9X12; Sub. 

.SI. Windsor & Kenfield Pub. Co. Circ...ig)-5044 

Brush and Pencil— Monthly ; Art ; Est. '97 ; 80p 
8X10; Sub. $2.50. Brush & Pencil Pub. 
Co. Circ ^3)-12000 

Bulletin of Eclectic Shorthand— Monthly ; 

Est. '98; 24p C.XllI; Suli. ._.0C. Scott, 

Foresman >.^- ( o. Circ ®-1063 

Butcher and Grocery Clerks' Journal— ^lonth- 

ly: Est. '85; 2()p 9X12; .Sub. .si. Butcher 

and Grocery Clerks' I'ub. Co. Circ ^£-6534 

Calumet (German)— Evening; Ind; Est. '82; 
4-6p 20X26; Sub. $5. Calumet Pub. Co. 
Circ 4)-2200 

Campbell's Illustrated Journal— Monthly ; 

Faiuilv; Est. '9(>; 32p 11X15; Sub. .SI. 
Chicagi) \- ( imaha Pub. Co. Circ ®-103,575 

Canadian American— Saturday ; Cien ; Est. '83 ; 
8p 15x21; Sub. $1. Jamieson & Suther- 
land. Circ (3)-12900 

Canner and Dried Fruit Packer— Thursday; 
Est. ".».".; 4()p 9X12; Sub. §3. O. L. Dem- 
ing. Circ 

Catholic Pilot— Saturday; Est. '74; 8p 

15X22; Sub. .SI. 50. M. J. Cahill. Circ...3)-3063 

Caxton Caveat— Monthly ; Journalistic; Est. 

'98; 32p5X8; Sub. $1. John D. Rerick. 

Circ 

Cement and Engineering News— ^fonthiy ; 

Est. '96; 16p 9X12; Sub. $2. William 

Seafert. Circ J)-4862 

Champion of Fair Play— Saturday : Liquor; 

Est. '78; 8p 15X22; Sub. $2. Robert J. 

Halle, (irr 3,-15000 

Chef and Steward— Monthly ; Culinary ; Est. 

'91;40p 7X10; Sub. $1. Epicurean Pub. 

Co. Circ $-3510 / 

Chicago Evening Post— Evening; Ind; Est. «/ 

'9(1; s-12p; Sub. S4. Circ f-25000 /*%. 

Chicagoan-Friday; Est. '92; 16p9X13; Sub. 

.si..">u. McNulty & Brownlee. Circ f)-1400 

Chicago Young People— Monthly; Juvenile: 

Est;. '9:;; IC.p 11X16; Sub. .SI. Frank E. 

Dacons. (in- 3;-5000 

Children's Home Finder— Monthly ; Philan- 
thropic; Est. '89; 16p 7X10; Sub. $1. 
Children's Home and Aid Society. Circ. 3-12000 

ChristeligeTalsmand(Nor.-Dan.)— Thursday; 
Metliddist: Est. '69; 8p 14X19; Sub. 
.SI. .-,(). M. E. Conference ®-3500 

Christian Century— Thursday ; Religious ; Est. 
'84;32p 8 1-2X11 1-2; Sub. $1.50. Chris- 
tian Cen-Pub. Co. Circ C§)-13000 

Christian Cynosure— Monthly ; Anti-secret; 
Est. '68: 32p 7X10; Sub. $1. Wm. I. 
Phillips. Circ i3)-3208 

Christian Witness— Weekly ; Religious; Est. 

•71; 16p 11X16; Sub. $1.50. Christian 

Witness Co. Circ ®-8600 

Christain — Thursday; Rel.; Est. '71; 16p 

1 1X16; Sub. .SI. 50. H. F. Klietzing. Circ.ig)-8600 
Chronicle — Morning; Dem; Est. '95; 12p 

17 1-2x23; Sub. $6. Lester L. Jones. 

Circ '3;-60746 

Chronicle— Sunday; Dem; Est. '95;36-48p; 

Sub. S2. .'.(). Lester L. Jones. Circ j)-91042 

Cigar Makers' Official Journal— Monthly ; 

Labor; Kst.'iU; IC.p '.l 1 -2X 12 ; .Sub. SI. 
Cigar Makers' International I'nion of 
America. Circ 2-32440 

Citizen— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '81; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. S2. Chicago Citizen Co. Circ ®-17500 

Clay Record-Si-Mo; Est. '92; 44p 9X12; 

Sub. .SI . Clay Record Pub. Co. Circ 3-4515 

Climax— Monthly; Matrimonial; Est. '87; 8p 

16X22; Sub. $1. Climax Pub. Co. Circ®-27563 

Clinique— Monthly; Medical; Est. '80; 60p 

(>X9;Sub. S2. C. Gurnee Fellows. Circ. 3 -1766 

Commercial Poultry— Si-Mo; Est. 1900; 
:'.2-.">2p '.I • 12; Sub. 50c. Draper Pub. 
Co. Circ ®-82712 



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Commercial Stamp Trade Journal— Monthly; 

Kst. ■'.•'_' : 2.S1) '.IX 12 ; Sul>. $1. Commercial 
Stami! Trade Jouiiial Co. Circ i3)-1335 

Commercial Union— Thursday ; Est. "80; 4p 
.sxil; Suh. s~. I'ublishers' Commercial 
rnioii. Circ ®-976 

Confectioner and Baker— Monthly ; Est. '77; 
44p7X12; Sub. .'?1. Thompson inib. Co. 
Circ (D-3300 

Congregational News, Chicago— Monthly; 
Est. '87 ; Hip IIX K; ; Sub. 75c. Congrega- 
tional News Co. Circ ®-4965 

Conkey's Home Journal— Monthly ; Family; 
Kst."'.)7; 3C.-.')L'p 7 l-4X10;Sub. 50c. Am. 
Musical Asso. Circ 3 -200,000 

Conservator ( Colored)— Saturday ; Rep ; I':st. 
"78; 4p 18x24; Sub. §2. F. L. Barnett. 
Circ (D-955 

Construction News— Wednesday; Building; 
Est.'U.'i; 2.Sp MX 12; Sub-SS. Construction 
News (CI. (ire 

Courrier de 1' Quest (French)— Friday; Ind; 
Est. "4U; 8p 18x24; Sub. $!l. Edward 
Benard. Circ 3-27000 

Dairy and Creamery — Si-Mo ; Agriculture 
anil Dairying- : Est.'OU ; 2(l-24p 9X12; Sub^ 
r)Oc. Draper I'ub. Co. Circ X'-30000 

Dairy World-Monthly ; Est. '84; 24p 9X12; 

Sub. .^1. Thompson Pub. Co. Circ ®-3243 

Deaconess' Advocate— Monthly ; Methodist ; 

l(jp 9X13; Sub. 50c. Jennings & Pye. 

Circ 3.-28000 

Democratic Magazine— Monthly: Dem; Est. 

■'JS; 7<;p7Xin: Sul). .>?1. W. S. McComas. 

Circ ; 

Denni Hlasatel (Bohemian)— Evening; Ind- 

Eabor;Est. '91; Op 20x24; Sub. ,f5.20. 

Bohemian Typographical Union. Circ ^-6114 

Tydenni Hlasatel (Bohemian) (weekly edition 

ot Dcnni Hlastel)— Weekly; Ind-Lal)or; 

Est. '92; 14p 20x24; Sub. 62. Bohemian 

Tj'pographical Union. Circ 5)-3253 

Dental Digest-Monthly; Est.'95; 144p 6X9; 

Sub. .S2. J. N. Crouse. Circ l)-6583 

Dental Keview-Monthly: Est.'86; 80p 6X9; 

Sub. .■<1. H. 1). Justi& .Son. Circ ■3)-2741 

Deutsche Warte (German)- Wednesday; Ind; 

Est. 74; 12p 18x24; Sub. $2. Geo. 

Brumder. Circ ®-25207 

Dial— 8i-Mo; Literary; Est. '80; 36p 8X11; 

.Sub. .'?2. Dial Co. Circ 

Domestic Engineering— Saturday ; Plumbing; 

Est. '93: (Up 6X9; Sub. ^3. John K. 

Allen. Circ 

Domestic Engineering— Monthly ; Plumbing; 

Est. "89: 114p 9X12; Sub. $2. John K. 

Allen. Circ 

Drovers' Journal— Evening; Live Stock; Est. 
'74: 4-(ipl8X24: Sub..?;4. Harvey L. Good- 
all . Circ S)-38693 

Drovers' Journal— Tuesday and Fridav : Live 
stock: Est. '75; 4p 18X24; Sub. $2. Har- 
vey L. Goodall. Circ ®-12074 

Dry Goods Reporter— Saturday ; Est. '71 ; 38p 
9X13: Sub. .S3. Dry Goods Reporter Co. 
Circ ®-5063 

Duch Casu (Bohemian)— Weekly ; Humorous ; 
Est. '77: 16p 11X14; Sub. §2. Aug. Ger- 
inger. Circ (|)-27353 

Dziennik Chicagoski (Polish)— Evening ; Dem ; 
Est. "'.HI; 4p 18x24; Stib. I5i3. Polish I'ub. 
Co. Circ :D-8861 

Dzienswiety (Polish)— .Sunday; Catholic; Est. 
•82: H;p 8X11; Sub. .si. ^y. Smulski. 
Circ 

Eagle— Saturday: Ind; Est. '89; 12p 18x24; 

Sub. .S2. Henry F. Donovan. Circ @-42082 

Echo— Monthly: Musical; Est. '83; 36p 7X11; 
Sub. -SI. Echo Music Co. (Dated at Lafay- 
ette, Ind. also.; Comb. Circ 3-20000 

Economist— Saturdav ; Financial and Real Es- 
tate; Est. '88; ■32p 9 1-2X13; Sub. $5. 
Economist Pub. Co. Circ ®-3236 



Elementary School Teacher and Course of 

Study- Monthly ex Aug. and Sejit; Est. 
I'.iUO: 7X10; .Sub. .'Sl.So. University of 
Chicago Press. Circ (3^-6000 

Elite— Saturdav; Soc; Est. '81; 20p 10X12; 

Sub. .^4. Elite Co. Circ ®-8370 

Emhalmers' Monthly— Monthly ; Undertakers ; 

Est. '91; (;4p 7 3-4X10 1-2; Sub. $1. 

Trade Periodical Co. Circ (l)-4250 

Engraver and Electrotyper— Monthly; Est. 

'97; 24p6X9; Sub. .s2. William Hughes. 

Circ ®-817 

Enterprise-Eeview— Saturday ; Ind-Rep ; Est. 

'81: 8p 15X22: Sub. $1. J. Claude Hill. 

Circ 3)-2207 

Epworth Herald— Saturday ; Methodist ; Est. 

'85: 24p 9X13; Sub.$l. Jennings & Pye. 

Circ (3)-121,800 

Erholungs - Stunden (German) — Saturday ; 

Family; Est. '79; 8p 12X10; Sub. $2. 

(;eorge Bruinder. Circ ®-22377 

Evangelical Episcopalian— Monthly ; Est. '89 ; 

4Sp (!X9: Sub. .$i. Thos. S. Weddle. Circ* -923 

Evangelisten (Nor-Dan)— Wednesday ; Relig- 
ious and Family; Est. '90; 8p 11X16; 
Sub. -SI. Evangelisten Pub. Soc. Circ... (1-2200 

Facts and Fiction— Monthly ; Literary and 
Family; Est.'96: 32-68p9X12: Sub. $1. 
Dominion Co. Circ 3-75000 

Farmers' Review— Wednesday ; Agricultural ; 
Est.'77; 16-20p 9X14: Sub. $1. Hannibal 
H. Chandler & Co. Circ J:-33840 

Publisher's Statement.— The reason why the Farm- 
ers' Review has the largest number of paid subscrib- 
ers of any agricultural paper in Chicago is because it 
furnishes more practical and original matter for the 
farm than any other publication. It never sends out 
large editions'of sample copies, mailed to lists of mis- 
cellaneous names, for the sole purpose of claiming by 
postage receipts a large circulation. It reaches over 
30OOO of the highest class of thinking, buying farm- 
ers. It is the leading agricultural paper in the state 
of Illinois. 

Farmers' Voice— Saturday ; Agricultural : Est. 
'62; 10-24p 9X13; Sub. $1. The Farmer's 
Voice Co. Circ. S-OOOOO 

Farm, Field and Fireside— Saturday ; Agri- 
cultural; Est. '78; 82p 9X12 1-2; Sub. .■jil. 
Howard Co. Circ 1-53436 

Farm Implement News— Thursday; Est. '82; 
58p 11X16; Sub. i<2. Farm Implement 
News Co. Circ '4)-10457 

Financial Review— Monthly; Est. '88 48p 

'>»X 12 ; Sub. .s2. Credit Co. Circ (i)-5683 

Florists' Review— Thursday ; Floricultural ; 
Est.97: ;;2-36p 9X12; Sub..'?l. Florists' 
Pub. Co. Circ 5)-6080 

Folke Vennen (Dan-Nor)— Thursday; Relig- 
ious; Est. '79; 8p 15X22; Sub. $1.50. 
Mortensen & Crook. Circ ._ (3)-4400 

Forester Gazette-Monthly; I. O. F; Est.'98; 
lOp 10X15; Sub. 50c. Forester Gazette 
Co. Circ 

Fosterlandet (Swedish) — Wednesday; Rep; 
Est. '84; 8p 17x24; Sub. .§1.50. Foster- 
landet Pub. Co. Circ 3-1 2400 

Four O'Clock-Monthly; Literary; Est. '97; 
.•!2p 7X11; Sub. .61. The Four O'clock 
Pub. Co. Circ 3-22500 

Free Methodist -Tuesday; Est. '68; 16p 
11X16; Sub. .61.50. S. K. J. Chesbro. 
Circ ®-6300 

Free Thought Magazine — Monthly ; Relig- 
ious; Est. '82; 64p 6X9; Sub. $1. H. L. 
(irecn. Circ ®-3021 

Freie Presse— Afternoon; Ind-Dem; Est. '71; 

8p 17x24; Sub. 63. Illinois Pub. Co. 

Circ 3-31758 

Abend Presse— Evening; Ind; Est. '71; 4p 

17X24; Sub. ,§1.50. Illinois Pub. Co. 

Circ 3-15000 

Sonntagsbote— (German) (Sunday edition of 

Freie Presse)— Sunday; Ind; Est. '71; 8p 

17X24; Sub. 50c. Illinois Pub. Co. Circ.3:-296o0 



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Freie Presse— Wednesday ; Ind-Dem; Est. 
'70; 8-12p 17x24; Sub. 50c. Illinois Pub. 
Co. (Issues an edition for country circ. 
undername of Sonntagsl)ote.) Circ C? -26500 

Free Society— Sunday ; Anarchist Com.; Est. 

'95; 8p 10X13; .Sub. $1. A. Isaak. Circ.(3,-3000 

Furniture Herald-Monthly; Est. '89; 36p 

7X1U: Sub. si. The Herald Co. Circ....:3,-2500 

Furniture Journal— Si-mo; Est. '89; 48p 
'.ixi'_': Sub. si. 50. Chicago Trade I'eri- 
oiliral Co. Circ 3 3500 

Gardening— Si-Mo; Horticultural; Est. '92; 

IGp 9X12; Sub. .S2. Gardening Co. Circ.S-2019 

Gazeta Polska (Polish)— Thursday ; Ind-Rep ; 

Est. '73: 8p 18x24; Sub. §2. W. Dynie- 

wicz. Circ 1-11500 

Gecenwart (German)— Monthly ; Religious ; 

Est. '88: 3Bp 7X10: Sub. ,S1.50. Th. G. 

Sti'inke. Circ f-lOlS 

General Manager— Monthly ; Railroads; Est. 

'88; 20p 9X12; Sub.Sl. Lanward l^ib. Co. 

Circ. $-4988 

Grain Dealers" Journal— Si-mo: Grain trade; 
Est. ''.IS; oCp 9X12; Sub. $1. Grain 
Dealers' Co. Circ (3)-4416 

Grocer— Monday: Est. '78; 36p 11X14; Sub. 

s2. U. L. Doming. Circ (3;-4540 

Grocers' Criterion— Monday ; Trade General 
Merchants: Est. '73; 52p 11X15; Sub. $2. - 
Eugene J. Hall. Circ 1-10946 

Hardwood Record— Si-Mo. ; Hardwood and 
Luml)er Trade; Est.'95; 36p9X12; Sub. 
■SI. C. V. Kimball. Circ S-3000 

Harman's Journal of Windo'w Dressing — 

Monthly: Est. '93: l(3p 8X10; Sub. .^l. 
Harry Harman. Circ ®-1573 

Helping Hand— Monthly ; Matrimonial; Est. 
'83; 4p 10X22; Sub. 50c. Helping Hand 
Pub. Co. Circ 5-3068 

Hemlandet (Swedish)— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. 
■.■'>4; I2p 17x24; Sub. $2. Hemlandet 
Co. Circ 3 -28400 

Hide and Leather-Saturday; Est. '89; 44p 

9X13; Sub. .S3. Jacobsen Pub. Co. Circ... f)- 3600 

Home Art— Quarterly ; Embroidery. Lace and 
Decorating: Est.'So; 40p 10X12; Sub. Sl._ 
Home Art Pub. Co. Circ 3-5000 

Homefolks— Monthly : Household: Est. '94; 

24p 9X14; Sub. 25c. HomefoUcs Pub. Co. 

( ire 1 -116,833 

Home Light— Saturday ; Literarj'; Est.'SO; 8p 

15X22; Sub. .SI. M. J. Cahill. Circ $-3487 

Horseman — Tuesday ; The Pleasure Horse ; 
Est. "81; 24p 11X16; SuD. S3. Chicago 
Horseman Newspaper Co. Circ 4;-15511 

Horse Review— Tuesday ; Live Stock ; Est. '89 : 

ic.p 11X15; Sub. $2. John C. Bauer. 

(in- 4-20075 

Hospodarske Listy (Bohemian)— Bi-weekly ; 

Agricultural; Est. '98; 20p 10X15: Sub. 

$1. Bohemian Benedictine Press. Circ... 3:-4300 

Hotel Monthly-Est. '93; 64p 6X9; Sub. $1. 

.John Willy. Circ (l)-4500 

Hotel "World- Saturday: Est. '75; 32-54p 

7X10: Sub. s:!. H. J. Bohn & Bro. Circ.f-3566 

House Beautiful— Monthly ; Decorating ; Est. 
'.)(;: ."idp 7X11 : Sub.. $1. Herbert S. Stone 
cV Co. Circ. 3 -4(1000 

Household Guest— Monthly ; Family ; Est. '91 ; 
16-32p 11X15 3-4; Sub. 50e. Household 
Guest Co. Circ 3 -250,000 

Household Realm-Monthly : Family ; Est. '86 ; 
l»;-2<ip 11X15; Sub. 50c. Household 
Realm Co. Circ 3 -50000 

PiibHsher''s l^tfitcmpnt.— In policy the Household 
Realm dilfers from all other household publications, 
catering to the progressive, thinking, advanced 
classes of homemakers, and dealing editorially with 
the live issues of the day. It oilers no premiums, and 
does not compete with" its own advertising patrons. 
Illustrated, and printed on book paper. Such a me- 
dium and such a circulation is worth to advertisers, 
double the cost. 



Humane Journal— Monthly ; Humane; Est. 
'72; l»'>p 9X12; Sub. ,fil. Martha J. Lan- 
don. Circ i;-1200O 

Ice and Refrigeration -Monthly ; Est.'91 ; 75p 

9X13: Sub. .s2. H. S. Rich & Co. Circ 

Illustrated Glass and Pottery "W orld— Month- 
ly: Est. 93: 28p 10X14; .Sub. -SI. Porter 
Taylor & Co. Circ 4 -3263: 

Index -Friday: Rep; Est. '94; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. .SI. Tobey & Tobey. Circ 'f-lOOO 

India Rubber Review— Monthly ; Rubber ; Est. 
19()1: 2()p 7X10; Sub. §1. T. E. Smith, 
.1 r . Circ 3) 800 

Indicator— Tuesday; Musical: Est. '80; 44p 

8X14: Sub. .si. Indicator Co. Circ ?-3065 

Inland Architect and News Record— Month- 
ly; Est. "83; 20p 10X14; Sub. .s5. Inland 
Pub. Co. Circ ^-3082' 

Inland Printer— Monthly ; Graphic Arts; Est. 
.S3; li;(i-19()p 9X12: Sub. .S2.50. Inland 
Printing Cn. Circ 2-19933 

Insurance Post-Si-Mo; Est.'92; 24p 10X12; 

Sub. .^'2. Charles A. Hewitt. Circ 

Interior — Thursday : Religious ; Est. '70 : 
3G-40P 8X12;Siib. $2.50. Everett Sisson. 
Circ! '3-32750 

International— Monthly; Literarj-; Est. '96; 

•ssp 7X10: Sub. .SI. A. T. H. Brower. Circ.S-4500 

International "Wood "Worker— Monthly ; La- 

licir- Est."9(>: IGp 9X12: Sub. 50c. Thomas 

I. Kidd. Circ 2-18292 

Inter Ocean— Morning: Rep; Est. '72; 12-l(jp 

18^23; .Sub. •■$4. Inter Ocean Pub. Co. 

Circ. 1 -63000 

Inter Ocean— Sunday ; Rep; Est. '72; 40-52p 

1S<23; Sub. S2. Inter Ocean Pub. Co. 

Circ 1-83000 , 

Inter Ocean-Tuesday: Rep; Est. '72; 12p J 

18x23; Sub. .si. Inter Ocean Pub. Co. tL 

Circ I -140 000 / ^ 

Investigator— Saturday ; Insurance ; Est. '74; 

IGp 9X12; Sub. §3. J. S. Bloomingston. 

Circ $-456a 

Iron and Steel-Saturday; Est. '62:36p9X13; 

Sub. .s2. <has. Flrench. Circ (f-4500- 

Irrigation Age— Monthly ; Ind ; Agricultural ; 
Est. '85; t;8p7X10; Sub. §1. D.H.Ander- 
son Publishing Co. Circ 3-14000 

Israelite — Saturday ; Jewish ; Est. '85 ; 8p 

18X24: Sub..S2.50. Leo Wise & Co. Circ. 2 15618 
Jewelers' Journal-Monthly: Est. '79; 56p 

7X1(1; .Sub. .SI. W.W.Wilcox. Circ ,|;-6945 

Jewish Courier' Hebrew)— Evening; Est. '88; 
4-8p 15-22; Sub. .S3. Jewish Courier 

Tub. Co. Circ j;-G587" 

Chicago "Weekly (Hebrew) (weekly edition of 
Jewish Courier)— Thursday; Ind; Est. '85; 
12p 15x22; Sub. .si. 50. Jewish Courier 

I'ub. Co. Circ 4-12091 

Journal-Evening; Rep; Est. '44; 8-16p 
18X24; Sub. .S3. Ralph H. Booth. 

Circ f -82692 

PiihliAher'x StatPinPiit.— The Chicago Journal; / 
flftv-nine years the home paper of Chicago and sur- r^ 
rounding 'territory. The best evening newspaper / 
edited for the more intelligent reader, which gives it 
first place in the best homes. One cent a copy, con- 
sequently it is enabled to secure a large circulation, 
such as few papers of the first class enjoy. 
Journal of Geology— Eight times a year; Sci- 
entitic: E.st.'93; 112p7X10: Sub. $3. Uni-_ 

versify of Chicago I'ress. Circ I-IOOO" 

Journal of Orificial Surgery-Monthly; Med- 
ical; Est. "92: 48p 7xl0; Sub. $2. E. n. 

I'ratt. Circ 

Journal of Political Economy — Quarterly; 
Literary; Est. '92;150p 7X10; Sub. $S. 
University of Chicago I'ress. Circ X-850 

Journal of the Am. Med. Asso.— Saturday ; 

Est. '83; n2-144p V»X12; Sub. §5. Am. 

Medical Asso. Circ X-25321 

Katholisches Sonntagsblatt (German)— Ind- 

i:el. Catholic; Est. '91; 8p 18X22; Sub. 

$2. Wm. Kuhlmann. Circ ,a-12400' 



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Katholisches Wochenblatt (German)— Wed- 

day; Catholic; Ktst.'Gy; 8pl5X22; Sub.$2. 
Franz Xavier Braiidecker. Circ (5-5630 

Katolik iHohemian) — Tuesday and Friday; 
Catliolic: E!<t.'93; JSp 15X22; Sub. $2. Bb- 
hcniian Binned ictine Press. Circ (3;-6200 

Kindergarten Magazine— Monthly ; Educa- 
tional ; Est. '8« : 72p 6 8-4X1) 3-4; Sub. $2. 
Kindergarten Magazine Co. Circ 3 -2000 

Krestansky Posel i Bohemian)— Thursday ; In- 
terdenominational: Est. '90; i6p ',tX13; 
Sub. .^1. llev. Frank Pehkan. Circ 3-1324 

Labor World- Eveiiing; Ind; Est. '97; 8-12p 
17X22; Sub. $3. Labor World Pub. Co. 
Circ f -75000 

Law Journal-Friday; Est. '«5; 2()-24p 
9X13; Sub. §2.50. Law Journal Print. 
Circ X-4738 

Law Register— Wednesday ; Est. '80; 16p 

9X12 ; Sub. 82. Law Pub. Co. Circ ®-960 

Legal Adviser— Monthly ; Est. '61; 16p 9X12; 

Sub. 81- Legal Adviser Pub. Co. Circ 

Legal News — Saturday; Legal; Est. '68; 
Hj-24p 11X10; Sub. .■52.20. Chicago Legal 
News Co. Circ ^-3100 

Lietuva (Lithuanian > — Friday; Political and 
Scientiflcal; Est. '92; 4p 20X26; Sub. $2. 
Anton Olszew ski. Circ @-4953 

L'ltalia (Italian)— Saturday; Rep; Est. '86; 4p 

18x24; Sub. 82. Oscar Durante. Circ. ,3-25000 

Live Stock Journal— Thursday ; Live Stock; 
Est. CS; l(;-20p 11X1."); Sub. 81. T. A. 
Buttervvorth. Circ J -26000 

Piihlifilirr's Statement. — The Live .Stock Journal is 
a high-class handsomely printed weekly, reaches the 
best class of farmers and fine stock breeders in the 
middle west. Our rates are very low for our large cir- 
culation and the high character of the .Stock .Journal. 
Discriminating advertisers will see that the Live 
Stock .Journal is on their list. Write for sami)le copy 
and note the progress of the great Live Stock indus- 
try. Then invite our subscribers to become your 
patrons. 

Live Stock World — Evening; Live Stock; 
Est. '99; 4p 18X22; Sub. .§4. Halliwell 

6 Baum. Circ D-12000 

Living Church— Saturday : Episcopal ; Est. 

'78; 24p 10X14; Sub. .*;2. Young Church- 
man Co. (, Dated at Milwaukee, Wis. also.) 
Comb. Circ (3;-16000 

Lloyds' Commercial Guide— Monthly ; Est. 
'94; .•!2p 7 1-2X12; .Sub. $2. Breech & 
Bar Pub. Co. Circ (D-5000 

Luxemburger Vereins-Zeitung (German)— 
Saturday; Est. 1900; 4p 17X22 1-2; Sub. 
.■jl. Jno. N. Xatry. Circ (2)-1200 

Mail Order Journal— Monthly ; Mail Order 
and .Advertising Trade; Est. '98; 52p 
f,X8 1-2; Sub. 81. Louis Guenther. Circ. ^^-9451 

Markets— Thursday ; Live Stock and Agricul- 
tural; Est. '85;' 4p 15X21; Sub. 75c. W. 
O. Hoffman. Circ t -28021 

Maroon — Daily ; Collegiate; Est. 1902; 4p 
12Xiri; Sui). 81. Students of University 
of Chicago. Circ ! 3 -3400 

Maroon — Monthly; Literary; Est. 1902; 
70-85p 6 3-4X9 3-4; .Sub. .§1.75. Students 
of T'ni versify of Chicago. Circ 3-2200 

Masonic Voice-Review — Monthly; Masonic; 
p:st. '45; r,4p7XlU; Sub. $1.50. Masonic 
Voice Review Co. Circ ®-25041 

Medical Advance — Monthly ; Homeopathic ; 
Est. '72; Cup 6X9; Sub. §2. Rose E. 
Young. Circ @-2000 

Medical Era— Monthly; Est. '83: 48p 5X8; 

Sub. 81. Era Pub. Co. Circ 3;-4491 

Medical Recorder— M(mthly ; Est. '91 ; 80-loOp 

7 X lo ; Sul). S2. Medical Recorder Pub. Co. 

Circ 3-4241 

Medical Standard— Monthly ; Est. '87; 96p 
8X12; Sub. #1.50. G. P. Engelhard & Co. 
i^xxQ ''3-9987 

Medical Times— Monthly ;Est.'''68V40p 'ex 9 ;'^ 

.Sub. 82. Finiey EUinwood. Circ 



Medical Visitor (Homoeopathy)— Monthly ; 

Est. '84; 64p 7X10; Sub. $1. Halsey 

Bros. Co. Circ f,-4500- 

Men's Wear — Si -Mo; clothing; Est. '96; 
loii-lC.Op 10X12 1-2; Sub. .?2. Waldo- 
Fairchild Co. (Dated at New York also.) 
Circ 3-500a. 

Mida's Criterion— Si-mo; Liquor; f:st. '85; 
82p Kixi.'.; Sub. 85. Criterion Pub .Co. 
Circ 

Mida's Illustrated Magazine— Monthly ; Fam- 
ily ; Est. "97 : 52p lOX 13 ; Sub. §3. Mida's 
Illustrated Magazine Co. Circ 

Midland— Thursday ; U. Presbyterian ; Est. '84 ; 
24p 1(1X14 ; Sub. 81.50. Security Pub. Co. 
Circ J-800a 

Mission Studies— Monthly; Religious; Est. 
'83 ; 32p 7X10; Sub. 50c. Woman's Board 
of Missions. Circ 3-5386. 

Missions- Wannen (Swedish)— Tuesday; Ind; 
Est. '74: 8p 18X23; Sub. 81. 5(). Mis- 
sion Friends Pub. Co. Circ f -17211 

Mixed Stocks— Monthly ; Commercial ; Est. 
"88: C4p 7X10; Sub. i^l. Mixed Stocks 
Pub. Co. Circ ^-7033 

Modern Machinery— Monthly ; Est. '97 : 88p 
9X12; Sub. 81- Modern Machinery Pub. 
Co. Circ ." 3,-1350O- 

Modern Woodman— Monthly; M. W. of A.; 
Est. '84; 12p 1(3X22; Sub. $1. F.S.Webb. 
Circ 'g;-692,00a 

Monist— Quarterly ; Philosophic; Est. '90; 
l(>(>p 6X10; Sub. $2. Open Court Pub. 
Co. Circ. 5-2065- 

Monumental News— Monthly ; Est. '88 ; 60p 

9X12; Sub. 81. R. J. Haight. Circ 3;-2272~ 

Motor Age— Thursday ; Automobile; Est.'97; 
44-(;8p 9 1-2X13; Sub. $2. Samuel A. 
Miles. Circ f-7000 

Music— Monthlv ; Est. '91; 112p 6X9; Sub. 

83. Music Magazine Pub. Co. Circ ®-324a 

Musical Leader and Concert Goer— Thurs- 
day; Est. '95; 24p 12X10; Sub. 82^ 
Charles F. French. Circ 3:-13154 

Musical Times— Wednesday ; Est. '81: 20p 
10X14; Sub. .g2. Chicago Musical Times 
Co. Circ 

Narod (Bohemian)— Morning; Cath. and Ind; 
Est.'94;8p 15x22; Sub. 85.20. Bohemian 
Benedictine Fathers. Circ (g;-200O 

Narod— Sunday ; Ind; Est. '94; 12p 15X22; 
Sub. f2. Bohemian Benedictine Fathers. 
Circ 3,-2500- 

Narod Polski (Polish)— Wednesday ; Catholic; 

Est. '84; 8p 15X22; Sub. 81.50. Ignacy 

Kowalski. Circ il)-10000 

National Auctioneer— Monthly ; Est. '98; 16p 

12X18; Sub. 81. M. Cumings. Circ f-lSOO 

National Builder-Monthly; Est. '85; 40p 

10X14; Sub. $2. Porter, Taylor & Co. 

Circ ®-757S 

National Corporation Reporter— Thursday; 

Com'l and Legal; Est. '90: 40p 9X13; 

Sub. .fS. U. S. Corporation Bureau. Circ.3:'-307©- 
National Engineer— Monthly ; Est. '97;08p 

7X10; Sub. 81. National Association of 

Stationary Engineers. Circ '3-22500- 

National Harness Review— Monthly ; Trade; 
Est. '79: 68-lu4p 9X13; Sub. $1. Jeffer- 
son Jackson. Circ '3)-5167 

National Home and Music Journal— Month- 
ly ; Musical ; Est. '93 ; 24p lOX 14 ; Sub. 81. 
Chicago Book and News Co. Circ 4)-1595 

National Hotel Reporter— Morning; Est. '71; 

8p 15X22: Sub. 85. F.W.Rice. Circ... .®-3064 

National Laundry Journal — Si-Mo ; Trade ; 
Est. '78; 6(J-100p l()X13 1-2: Sub. $1. 
Dowse Bros. Co. Circ (3,-500a- 

National Printer-Journalist— Monthly ; Jour- 
nalistic; Est. '84: (;4p 9X12: Sub. 82. 
National Printer- Journalist Co. Circ 5!-5073 

National Rural-Thursday; Est. '04; 16p 
11x14 1-2; Sub. 81. Jos. W. Wilson. 
Circ 3-32351 



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National Rural and Family Magazine— 
Tlmrsilav: A{^iicultiiral : Est. Cii;: 24:\> 
'.tx 13 ; sill), .si. Rural Press Co. Circ. .(3)-30018 

Uederlander (Hollandish)— Friday; Rep; Est. 
'82: Sp 15x22; Sub. $1.50. J. a. Y. 
Esnortf. Circ ®-2087 

News— Evening; Ind; Est. '75; 12p 18x24; 

Sub. s,'!. Victor F. Lawson. Circ 1 -304>218 

North Chicago and Lake View Independent 
—Saturday; Rep; Est. 'S-i; 8p 18x24; 
Sub. .si. 50. C.A.Blair. Circ 

Northwestern Christian Advocate— Wednes- 
day; Methodist: Est. '52: 32p <JX13: Sub. 
sl'.W. .Jennings & I'ye. Circ 3,-32000 

Norton's Monthly -Monthly ; Fanaily; Est. 
'til; IGp 11X15; Sub. 25c. S.T.Norton. 
Circ (S)-2078 

Nya Wecko Posten, (Swedish)— Wednesday; 

Baptist; Est. '78; 8p 18X24; Sub. ,fl.50. 

K. Wingreen. Circ v4'-10G72 

Occident— Friday ; Jewish ; Est.'72 ; 8p 15X22 ; 

Sul). .S3. Occident Pub. Co. Circ 

Open Court— Monthly ; Reform ; Est. '87 ; 64p 

i; X it : Sub. ,S1 . Open Court Pub. Co. Circ. |;-3077 

Operative Miller— Monthly ; Technical Flour 
Milling; Est. '96; 48p 11X14; Sub. SI, 
J. F.MueUer. Circ J-5666 

Ophtalmic Record— Monthly ; Medical: Est. 

■;tl ; (;4p(;x'.i; Sub. .§4. C. C. chute. Circ.t-1273 

Orange Judd Farmer— Saturday ; Agricul- 
tural; Est. '80; 40p 10X13; Sub. $1. 
Orange Judd Co. (AVestern edition of 
American Agriculturist.) Circ (U-713I2 

Our Day— Monthly; Reform; Est. '88; 58p 

7XlO;Sub. S2. Fredk. L. Chapman. Circ 

Our Youth's Friend— Weekly ; Juvenile; Est. 
'78; 28]! OX 'J; Sub. 50c. Pub. Asso. of 
Friends. Circ f -5000 

Paint, Oil and Drug Review— Wednesday; 

Est. '82; 44p 8X12; Sub. $2, D. Van 

Ness Person. Circ (§;-2000 

Paper Trade— Saturday ; Est. 74; 20p9X12; 

Sub. .S3. J. Fred Waggoner. Circ (3)-2718 

Park and Cemetery— Monthly ; Landscape 

(iardening: Est. '91; 32p 9X12; Sub. §1. 

R. J. Haight. Circ (g)-2065 

People's Health Journal— Monthly ; Hygiene; 

Est. '85; 8p 9X14; Sub. $1. People's 
Health .Journal Co. Circ 3 -10000 

Photo-Beacon— Monthly ; Photography; Est. 
'89; 3r,p 7X10; Sub. $1. Photo-Beacon 
Co. Circ (f-TOOO 

Picture and Art Trade— Monthly ; Est. '80 ; 
GOp 9X12: Sub. SI. J. Sawtelle Ford. 
Circ 'S-3077 

Pochoden (Bohemian)— Thursday ; Est. '96;8p 

1 IXli! ; Sub. jsl.yO. J. Janecek. Circ 

Post — Evening; Ind: Est. '90; 8-lGp 
IG 1-4X21 5-8 ; Sub. .§4. Chicago Evening 
Post Co. Circ (3)-33000 

Posten (Danish)— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '81; 8p 
17X24; Sub. .§1.50. 0. Rasmu.ssen Pub. 
Co. Circ J;-5049 

Prairie Farmer— Saturday ; Agricultural ; Est. 
'41: ir.p IIXIG: Sub. .§1. Raud-McNally 
& Co. Circ gi-25070 

Presto— Thursday ; Musical; Est. '84; 32-40p 

12X14; Sub. S2. Presto Co. Circ (3)-3600 

Pritel Ditek (Bohemian)— Wednesday; Juve- 
nile ]{eligious;Est.'90: 18p8Xll l-2;Sub. 
.SI. Bohemian Benedictine I'ress. Circ. 3 -4000 

Progressive Thinker — Saturday ; Spiritual- 
ist: Est. '93: 8p 18X22; Sub. .■jil. J. R. 
Francis. Circ 

Provision News— Wednesday ; Meats and Geo- 

ceries; Est. 1900; 48p 9X12; Sub. .$2. 

The Trade Press. Circ S-14600 

Public— Saturday ; Radical Deni ; Est. '98; 
IGp 8 1-2X11 1-2; Sub. !if2. Public Pub. 
Co. Circ t!-6300 

Pythian Record-Monthly ; K. of P; Est. '88; 
12p IIXIG; Sub. $1. Pythian Record 
Pub. Co. Circ ®-3876 



Pythian Tribune— Monthly ; K. of P; Est. 
•90 ; IGp 9X12; Sub. $1. Wm. D. Kennedy. 
Circ (3)-2763 

Railway Age— Friday ; Est. '84; 76p 9X12; 

Sub. $-4. Railway Age. Circ g -5065 

Railway and Engineering Review— Saturday ; 

Est. "08; 30p 11X15; Sub. ,§4. Circ 4-4592 

Railway Mail-Thursday: Est. '80; 8p 9X12; 

Sub. 81.50. A. E. Winrott. Circ S;-1537 

Railway Master Mechanic Monthly ; Est. 
'78; (;4p '.IX 12: Sub. .si. Bauer & Crandall 
Co. Circ i3)-360O 

Railway Surgeon— Monthly ; Est. '94; 40p 

9X12; Sub. S5. Circ (3-2572 

Ram's Horn — Saturday; Unsectarian: Est. 
•90; 20p 9X13; Sub. !i!2. Frederick L. 
Chapman & Co. Circ 3-111,696 

Rand-McNally Bankers' Monthly— Monthly ; 
Financial; Est. "84; i;;tlp 7X10; Sub. $2. 
Rand-McNally & Co. Circ 3-6500 

Record-Herald — Morning: Ind; Est. '81; 
12-201) l'"^ -•!; Sub. 84. Frank B. Noyes. 
Circ (I)-162.736 

Record-Herald — Sunday ; Ind ; Est. '— ; 
48-60p 18X24; Sub. $2. Frank B. Noves. 
Circ ' 1 -205483 

Reforma (Polish)— Friday; Rep: Est. '92;4p 

24X36; Sub. .SI. 50. .S. Wroblewski. Circ.(D-900 

Reform Advocate — Saturday; Religious; 
Est. '90: 24p 9X12; Sub. $2. Bloch & 
Newman. Circ 3 -18341 

Reporter — Monthly ; Marble and Granite ; 
Est. '68; 44p "11X16; Sub. $2. Nichols 
& Co. Circ 1-2775 

Republican— Evening; Rep; Est. '95; Sp 
is -22:. Sub. 83. Chicago Daily Repub- 
lican Co. Circ 3-60000 

Republikaner (German)— Evening; Rep; Est. 
'92; 4-8p 17x24; Sub. .$3. Republikaner 
Pub. Co. Circ • • • • 3 -45000 

Revyen (Dan-Norwg) — Saturday: Ind; Est. 
'94; Sp 11x16; Sub. .SI. Christian Bot- 
ker. Circ J-1096 

Roadmaster and Foreman— Monthly; Labor; 
Est. '86; 20p 11X14; Sub. $1. Roadmas- 
ter and Foreman Pub. Co. Circ (3j-60?3 

Rundschau (German)— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. 
'8(1; 12p 18x23; Sub. .^1.50. Rundschau 
Pul). Co. Circ 3-25700 

Sandebudet (Swedish)— Wednesday; Method- 
ist; Est. '61; 16p 11X16; Sub. $1.50. 
Swedish M. E. Book Concern. Circ (3 -10000 

Saturday Evening Herald— Soc; Est. '74; 
2(ip 11X14; Sub. s2. Saturday Evening 
Herald Pub. Co. Circ ." 4)-10055 

School Review— Mo. Educational; Est. "93; 
80p 7X10; Sub. $1.50. University of 
Chicago Press. Circ (3-7710 

School Weekly— Friday ; ex July and Aug. ; 
Eilucational; Est. '98: 16p 8 1-2X111-2; 
Sub. SI. William E. Watt. Circ (g)-4250 

Sentinel— Thursday: Ind; Est. '78 ;4p 18x24; 

Sub. 5()c. Liduidas Connell. Circ ®-5083 

Sentinel of Liberty— Thursday ; Reform ; Est. 
'85: 16p 8 1-2X11 1-2; Sub. $1. Inter. 
Reg. Lib. Assn. Circ ®-8730 

Sewing Machine Advance— Monthly ; Est. '79; 

20p 9X 12 ; Sub. 50c. Walter Scates. Circ. $-3575 

Shoe Trade Journal— Thursday ; Est. '93: 60p 
4 1-2X7 1-2; Sub. $1. Jacobsen I'ub. Co. 

Circ di-eooo 

Skandinaven (Norwg-Dan)— Morning; Rep; 
Est. '71; 8p 16x20; Sub. .§3. John An- 
derson Pub. Co. Circ f -18630 

Skandinaven (Norwg-Dan)— Sunday; Rep; 
Est. '71; ]2-16p 16x22; Sub. $1. John 
Anderson Pub. Co. Circ ,f -17900 

Skandinaven (Norwg-Dan)— Wednesday and 
Friday; Rep ; Est. '65; IGp 16x22; Sub. 
$2. John Anderson Pub. Co. Circ 3)-4G500 

Sloboda— Saturday ; Croatian: Est. '92; 8p 

18X 24 ; Sub. $3. Croatian Pub. Co. Circ. 



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Society Times— Weekly ; Est. •'.15; 20-24p 

'.1X12; Sub. $1. University Ptg. Co. Circ.J-1000 

Sokol (I'olisli)— Montlilv : Athletic and Hygien- 
ic ; Est.".)7 : 12p 9X12 ; Sub. $1. S. JJarszc- 
zewski. Circ (J)-1270 

South-Side Daily Sun (Union Stock Yards)— 
Kveninjr; Koji; Est. '(SU: 4p 18x24; Sub. 
s:i. Ellen E. (ioodale. Circ ®-12655 

South-Side Sayings— Wednesday; Local; Est. 
",»3; 20p 'JX12; Sub. §1.50. Gallion & 
Burr. Circ (3VI8OO 

Sports Afield— ^lonthly : Literary and Sport 
anil Natural History; Est.'87 :10()p 7X10; 
Sub. $1.50. Sports Afield Pub. Co. Circ..3y-24399 

Staats Zeitung (German) — Morning ; Rep ; Est. 
'47; 8p 17X23; Sub. $5. 111. Pub. Co. 
Circ rs -32650 

Staats Zeitung and Agricultural Supple- 
ment (German) — Wednesday; Ind; Kej); 
Est. '47; 12-lHp 17X23; Sub. .'i!2. 111. 
Pub. Co. Circ 1-33285 

Westen (Sunday edition of Staats Zeitung) 
^Sunday; Ind; Est. '55; 32p 17x23; Sub. 
$2. 111. Pub. Co. Circ 3,-02320 

Standard— Saturday : Baptist ; Est. '53 ; 32-36p 
11X10; Sub. $2. Goodman & Dickerson 
Co. Circ a -16164 

Stockman— Evening; Stock; 4p 18X22; Sub. 

.S4. Will F. Baum. Circ ®-8045 

Storey's Quarterly— Quarterly ; Trade; Est. 
95;40-50p 9 1-2X12; Sub. §1. J. Roland 
Storey. Circ i;3)-11989 

Street Railway Review— Monthly ; Est. '90; 
172p 10X14; Sub. §3. Windsor & Ken- 
Held. Circ ^-5083 

Suggestions— Monthly; Scientific; Est. '96; 
64p 6X10; Sub. $1. Suggestion Pub Co. 
Circ (f-5901 

Svenska Amerikanaren (Swedish)— Tuesday ; 

Ind; Est. '70; lOp 18x24; Sub. .*2.50. 
Swedish American Printing Co. Circ...(3)-38560 

Svenska Kuriren (Swedish)— Tuesday; Ind- 
Rep;Est. '84; 12p 18x23; Sub. .f2.25. 
Alex. J. Johnson. Circ (g;-37000 

Svenska Nyheter— Tuesday ; Ind; Est. '90; 
]0p 13X18; Sub. SI. Gus. Broberg. 
Circ (4-23515 

Svenska Tribunen (Swedish)— Wednesday; 
Rep; Est. '69; 12p 17x24; Sub. $2. 
J . E. Norling. Circ ®-21300 

Svobodna Skola (Bohemian) — Monthly ; Free 
Thinking; Est. •96;20p 7X10; Sub. 50c. 
Circ 1-3000 

Svojan (Bohemian)— Quarterly; Family; Est. 
'95; 80p 7X10; Sub. 80c. Svobodna Obec. 
Circ (3)-1500 

Svornost (Bohemian) — Morning; Ind; Est. 
■7.">; 8p 18x24; Sub. $6. Aug. Geringer. 
Circ 3-23457 

Svornost — Sunday ; Ind; Est. '75; 16p 

18X24; Sub. 82. Aug. Geringer. Circ.f -32500 

Telegraf (Polish)— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '96; 
Cp 15X22; Sub. $1.50. C. F. Pettkoske. 
Circ 1>2900 

Telephone Magazine— Monthly ; Trade; Est. 
'92; 72-lOOp 7X10; Sub. $1. The Tele- 
phone Magazine Pub. Co. Circ (3>3750 

The Chicago Packer — Fruits and Produce ; 
Est. '99; Sp 17X22; Sub. $1. The Bar- 
rack I'ub. Co. Circ 1-8440 

The Investor— Weekly ; Financial; Est. '98; 
52p 9X12; Sub. $1. Trade Press Co. Inc. 
Circ. (3)-21700 

The Lumber Review— Monthly ; Lumber ; Est. 

'97; OSp 10 1-2X15; Sub. $1. Benj. F. 

Cold). Circ 1;-15000 

The Merchants Record and Show Window- 
Monthly; Com.; Est. '97; lOOp 9X12; 
Sub..S2. Show Window Pub. Co. Circ. ..1-6700 

The Modern Grocer— Saturday ; Trade; Est. 
'97; 36p 9X12; Sub. $2. C. S. Thomas. 
Circ 1-9770 



The New Voice — Thursday; Prohibition; 
Est. 'S4; JOp 10 5 8xlo 3-4: Sub. $1. 
New Voice {'o. Circ l-5399a 

The New World— Saturday ; Catholic ; Est. '92 ; 
32p 7 1-2X11 ; Sub. f 2. Catholic Press Co. 
Circ 3 -15000, 

The Pointer— Monthly; Travel; Est. '84; 16p 

10X14; Sub. . SI. Rean Campbell. Circ 

The Rostrum— Monthly; Literary and Educa- 
tional; Est. '98; 32p (; 1-2X10; Sub. 81. 
S. U. Winchell. Circ 1-500O 

The World To-Day — Monthly; Current 

Events; Est. 1901; 130-140p 67-8X9 7-8 ; 

Sub. .83. Current J':ncyclopedia Co. Circ.l-6O00O 
Traveler's Railway Guide— Monthly ; Est. '71 ; 

70(»p5 3-4.;8; Sub. 82.50. Am. Railway 

(iuide Co. Circ 3-5000 

Tribuna Italiana (Italian) — Saturday; Ind; 
Est. '98 ; 4p 20X26 ; Sub. $2. Alex. Mastro- 
Valerio. Circ 'D-SSOO' 

Tribune— Morning; Rep; Est. '47; 12-24p , 

18X24; Sub. 84. Tribune Co. Circ. . a-120,000 y. 

Tribune— Sunday ; Rep; 5(!-90p 18x24; Sub. ' ^ 

82.50. Tribune Co. Circ 1-225,000 

Union Signal— Thursday; Temperance; Est. 
•74; IGp 10X15; Sub. $1.50. Woman's 
Temperance Pub. Co. Circ 1-41000 

TJnity— Thursday ; Non-Sectarian; Est. '78; 

16p 9X13; Sub. .$2. Unity Pub. Co. Circ J)-2515. 

Vegetarian Magazine— Monthly ; Hygiene ; 
Est. '96; myy 7X10; Sub. $1. Vegetarian 
Co. Circ 1-3000. 

Verdens Gang(>forw-Dan)— Friday ; Ind; Est. 
'78; 8p 16x22; Sub. 50c. Verdens Gang 
Pub. Co. Circ 1-5300 

West End Advocate— Saturday ; Local; Est. 

'72; 4p 15 • 22; Sub. 81. O. L. Crandall. 

Circ ®-3535 

Western Brewer-Monthly; Est. '76; 176p 

9X 13 ; .Sub. 85. H. S. Rich & Co. Circ. . .®-5537 

Western British American— Saturday ; Gen ; 

Est. '88; 8p 15x21; Sub. $2. British 

American Co. Circ 1-19225 

Western Druggist— Monthly ; Est. '79; 116p 

8x12 ; Sub. 81.25. G. P. Engelhard & Co. 

Circ 3:;-1320& 

Western Electrician— Saturday; Est. '87; 40p 

11X15: Sub. 83. Electrician Co. Circ. .§;-6073 

Western Fireman and Journal of Public 
Works— Wednesday ; Firemen; Est. '80; 
16pllX14; Sub.82. T. E. Smith, Jr. Circ.®-3553 

Western Milliner — Monthly ; Fashions ; Est. 
'98 ; 32-9(;p 9X 12 ; Sub. $1 . Western Mil- 
liner Co. Circ '1-938& 

Western Painter— Monthly ; Est. '92; 80p 

6X 10 ; Sub. 81. Charles H. Webb. Circ 

Western Stationer— Monthly ; Est. '80; 24p 

7X9; Sub. 81. J. Sawtelle Ford. Circ. ..1-2500 

Western Trade Journal— Tuesday; Industri- 
al; Est. '72; 16p 10X15; Sub. $5. F. Ar- 
ford. Circ l)-24680 

Western Undertaker-Monthly; Est. '79; 50p 

9X12; Sub. 81 • Herbert S. Fassett. Circ 1-600O 

Western Underwriter— Thursday ; Insurance ; 
Est. '97; 20plOX14; Sub.82. Western Un- 
derwriter Co. Circ (3)-260O 

West Side Chronicle— Thursday ; Local; Est. 

'80; 4p 15x22; Sub. 81. Circ 

What To Eat— Monthly; Culinary; Est. '96 

6O-8Op5X10. Sub. $1. Pierce Pub. Co. 

Circ 1-44000. 

Woman's World-Monthly ; Family ; Est.'97 ; 

24pllX17; Sub. 50c. W. D. Boyce Co. 

Circ 1-800,000 

Woman's World — Monthly ; Est. '85 32p 
9 1-2X12; Sub. 25c. W. D. Boyce Co. 
Circ 1-100,000 

Wool Markets and Sheep— Si-Mo ; Live Stock ; 

Est. '91; 20p 9X12; Sub.SOc Draper Pub. 

& Supply Co. Circ (1-22000 

Young Crusader— Monthly ; Temperance ; Est. 

'87; IGp 8X11; Sub. 25c. Union Signal. 

Circ (g)-1000O> 



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Zenske Listy (Bohemian)— Saturday; Wom- 
ans" Educational; Est. '94: 24p 9X12; 
Sub. .S2. Mrs. Josefa Hunipal Zeman. 
Ciro 3 -1 5000 

Zeoda<rt>lisli^— Thursday; Ind;Est. '80; 8p 
17x23: Sub. $1.50. Polish National Alli- 
ance. Circ I)-35000 

-CHICAGO HEIGHTS, 5100; Cook, 1,838,735; 27m S 
of ('liicatTd 111! ( liicafjo & Eastern J llinois. Michigan 
Central, Elgin, Joliet X; Eastern Rys. Has Inland Steel 
Co.. Walburn Swenson Co., Canedy (itto Mfg. Co., Ma- 
colite Fire Roofing Co., Wood Smith Co., Lon. Roofing 
Tile Co., Illinois Chemical Co., Victor Chemical Co., 
C.O.V. I'nion, Illinois Screw Co., AirmotorCo., Bonnet- 
Nance Stove Co., Chicago I'laning Mills and other im- 
])ortant companies. Is trade centre for southern Cook 
and northern Will counties. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
of Chicago Heights. 

Signal— Thursday; Rep; Est. '88; 8p 18x22; 

Sub. .-^1. I'aliner & Palmer. Circ (D-1285 

CHILLICOTHE, 1099; Peoria, 88608; 18m NE of 
Peoria on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific and Atchison, 
Topeka & Santa Fe Rys., with steamer connections on 
Illinois river. Has pap?r mill for straw wrapping paper, 
and mouse traj) factory. Manufactures canned goods, 
flour and carriages and is shipping point for grain. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Truitt, Matthews & Co., Bankers. 
Union Hotel. 
Bulletin— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '83; 12p 15x22; 

Sub. .-^1. Frank W. Bailey. Circ ©-ISTS 

Enquirer and Democrat— Friday; Dem; Est. 
"92 ; Sp 15x22; Sub. $1. H. A. Bates. 

(in- C3>1200 

• CHEISM AN. y05; Edgar, 28273; 13m N of Paris, 
junction Indiana, Decatur & Western and Cairo div. 
B. F. Rys. In a grazing farm region. Here are flour 
ftnd saw mills. Express; Telegraph. State Bank of 
Chrisinan. Chrisman House. 

Courier — Friday; Neutral; Est. '78; 4p 
17 1-2x22; Sub. .fl. C.R.Livingstone. 
Circ ®-875 

CISSNA PARK. <",23; Iroquois, 38014; 25m SW of 
Watseka on Chicago & Eastern Illinois Ry. Has farm- 
ing interests. Express; Telegraph. Young & Hamil- 
ton, Bankers. 
Express— Friday; Ind; Est. '9G; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. ijl. Helmer & Ambrose. Circ (j;-800 

CLAYTON, !'9<> ; Adams, 67058 ; 28m E of Quincy on 
Blutls & Ivcokuk div. and terminus Clayton, Quincy & 
Hannibal lir. W. Ry. Has carriage and cigar factories, 
machine shops, aiid is trade centre for nearby towns. 
Val. .'Jl 12,007. Express; Telegraph. Bartlett & Wal- 
lace, Bankers. 

Enterprise— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '79; 8p 

15 -22; Sub. ^1.25. J. L. Staker. Circ..®-1008 

CLIFTON, 052; Iroquois, 38014; G''9m S of Chicago on 
Illinois Central Ry. Has cigar factories and is trade 
centre for agricultural territory. Express; Telegrai)h. 
Bank of Clifton. 

Advocate— Friday; Rep; Est.'93; 8p 13x20; 

Sal). , SI. Chas. Trimble. Circ (I)-550 

CLINTON. 4452; Dewitt, 18972: 148m S of Chi- 
cago, junction main. Oilman & Springfleld and Cham- 
paign & Havana lines I. C. Ry. Has Illinois Central 
rei)air shops. Is trade centre for extensive farming 
region. Val. .¥000,000. Express; Telegraph. De 
Witt Co. Nat. Bank. Magill Hotel. 

Public— Evening: Rep; Est. '95; 8p 10x22; 

Sal). .S5. Pinckerton Crdss Co. Circ (3)-700 

Public— Friday; Rep; Est. '50; 8p 10x22; 

Sub. si. Pinckerton Cross Co. Circ iJ)-2000 

Register— Friday; Dem; Est. '<>8; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. Hughes Bros. Circ (^-1555 

Times— Kvening; Ind; Est. '98; 8p 17X24; 

Sub..S5. Arthur F. Sweeney. Circ ®-640 

Times— .Semi- Weeklv ; Ind ;Est.'98 ; 8p ] 5X 22 ; 

Sub. .SI. Arthur F. Sweeney. Circ (g)-500 

COBDEN, 1200; T'nion, 22010; 42m N of Cairo on 
Illinois Central Ry. Cultivates and shijis large quanti- 
ties of jicachcs, strawberries, vegetables and ai)plcs. 
Val. .§259,095. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Rolfo House. 

Fruit-Growers' Journal— Monthly ; Horticul- 
tural; Est. '83; 8p 15X22; Sub. 50c. A. 
M. Du Bois. Circ (g)-7000 



Sentinel— Thursday; Ind -Dem; Est. '86; 8p 

15x22; Sub. !i!l. A. M. DuBois. Circ... . 3-1100 

COFFEEN, 903; Montgomery, 30830; 8m SE of 
Hillsl)oro on Clover Leaf Ry. Mining is the most im- 
portant industry. Trade centre for surrounding 
territory. Express; Telegraph. Hillsboro Nat. Bank, 
Hillsboro. 

Democrat— Fridav; Dem; Est. '92; 8p 15x20; 

Suli. .SI. W.E.Roberts. Circ 

COLCHESTER, 1035; McDonough, 28412; 53m NE 
of Quincy on Oalesburg & Quincy br. C, B. & C^ Ry. 
In a coalmining, stone quarrying district. Has tile, 
pottery anil brick malving inteiests and clay banks, 
and offers special advantages to the manufacture of clay 
products. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Colchester. 
Hotel Leach. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 

18 24; Sub. .SI. H. W. Richards. Circ. .$-863 

Independent— Friday; Rep; Est. '73; 8p 
15 22; Sub. §1.50. Van L. Hampton. 
Circ. f|i-093 

COLLINSVILLE, 4021; Madison, 04094; 12m NE of 
.St. Louis. Mo. on Vandalia Ry. Here are: The Collins- 
ville Zinc Co., Illinois Hydraulic Press Brick Co., Chas. 
Tiedemann Milling Co., O. B. AVilson, cowbells and 
hydrants : and coal mining interests. Trolley to St. 
Louis. Val. (twp.) .§441,250. Express; Telegraph. 
Collinsville Bank. Commercial Hotel. 

Herald-Friday; Rep; Est. '79; 4p 10x22; 

Sub. .SI. 25. James N. Peers. Circ '4-715 

CORNELL, 521; Livingston, 42035; 10m NW of 
Pontiac on Forrest & Streator br. W. Ry. Raises corn 
and hogs and mines coal. Express ; Telegraph. Liv- 
ingston County Nat. Bank. 

Journal— Friday; Local; Est. '90; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). .SI. A.E. Tiffany. Circ ®-537 

COTJLTERVILLE, 050; Randolph, 28001; 47m SE 
of St. Louis, Mo., junction Illinois Southern and Illinois 
Central Rvs. A coal mining and farming town. Val. 
$253,504.' Express; Telegraph. Bank of Coulterviile. 
Adami House. 
Republican— Friday ; Ind ; Est. '84 ; 4p 24x35 ; 

Sub. .SI. H. E.Risley. Circ @-800 

CPWDEN, 751; Shelby, 32120; 12m SW of Shelby- 
ville, junction Baltimore & Ohio .Southwestern and 
Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City Rys. Has coal mines. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of Cowden. 

Reflector— Friday ; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 13x20; 

Sul). .SI. 25. O. A.Jewett. Circ ®-589 

CREAL SPRINGS, 940; Williamson, 27796; 10m SE 
of Marion on Illinois Central Ry. Canning factory, saw 
and flouring mill. Large summer resort. Chatauqua 
College here. Express; Telegrapli. Citizens' Bank. 

News— Friday ; Rep; Est. '99; 4-8p 15X22; 

Sub. .§1 . "Morgan .& Co. Circ t^-iOO 

CRESTON, 381; Ogle, 29129; 70m W of Chicago on 
main line C. & N. W. Ry. Has a creamery and manufac- 
tures tile. Express; Telegraph. Robbins Exchange 
Office. 

Observer— Thursdav ; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $r.25. T. J. AVinders. Circ..®-617 

CRETE, 700; AVill, 74704; 30m S of Chicago on Chi- 
cago it Eastern Illinois Ry. Val. (twj).) $18,378. 
Express; Telegraph. Exchange Bank, Momence. 

Citizen— Friday; Neutral; Est. '95; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1.25. E. AV. Roscoe. Circ ®-577 

CUBA, 1198; Fulton, 4(5201; 33m SW of Peoria, junc- 
ture Toledo, Peoria & Western and Fulton County 
Narrow Gauge Rys. In an agricultural section having 
rich coal dejios'its : cigars and brick manufactured 
here. Val. $132,941. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Cuba. Cuba House. 
Journal— Thursday; Ind; Est. '84; lOp 16x22; 

Sub. $1.50. Thomas & Snively. Circ #-750 

CITLLOM, -150; Livingston, 42035; 22m E of Pontiac 
on Illinois Central Ry. Agricultural town, the chief 
crop being corn and" oats. Manufactures brick and 
tile. Express; Telegraph. H. G. Steinman, Banker. 

Chronicle-Thursday; Est. '98: 8p 17X24; 

Sub. $1..50. S. ,i. Porterfield. Circ ®-393 



ILLINOIS. 



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DALLAS CITY, 775; Hancock, 32215.; 16m N of 

CaitliiiKt' oil Atchison, Topeka >& Santa F(> and Car- 
tliaji*' bi'. I- C'., Chicago, Burlington iS: (_}uincy Uys.; on 
Misisissipin river, navigable. Has carriage antl cigar 
factories, tlour and jilaning mills ami lilank button 
works. Local trade centre. Val. .»;iC..s,(t(H». Exi)ress; 
Telegraiih. Bank of Dallas City. Commercial House. 
Enterprise — Thursday; Ind; Est. '99; 8p 
i:> l-l'x22 1-2; Sub. $1.50. Dallas Print- 
ing Co. Circ (§;-850 

Review— Friday : Ind ; Est. '87; 8p 13x20; 

Sul). SI. 50. Lucieu S. Reid. Circ ®-823 

DANA. 310; Lasalle, 87776; 30m S of Ottawa on 
Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Exiiress; Tele- 
graph. Minonk Bank, Minonk. 
Clipper-Fridav; Ind; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). .SI. J. D. McHenry. Circ @-396 

DANVERS. 607; McLean, 67843; 10m NAV of Bloom- 
iiigtiiii on I'eoria & Eastern div. C, C, C. & St. L. Ry. 
Has farming interests. Val. $520,582. Express ; Tele- 
graph. P. H. Vance & Sons, Bankers. 
Commercial-Thursday; Est. '98; 8p 13X20; { 

Sail. si. J. I). Clevenger. Circ ®-750 

Dispatch— Thursday; Local; Est. '80; 4p 

i:; • 2(1; Sub. SI. John S. Popple. Circ...3)-687 

DANVILLE*! (including South Danville and German- 
towni 23()()0: Yermiliori, 65635; 125m S of Chi- 
cago on Wabash. Chicago & Eastern Illinois and 
Big Four Rvs. Has Chicago and Eastern Illinois Ry. 
shops, Brookside Coal Mining Co., Kellyville and 
Consolidated of St. Louis Coal companies, Delaware 
and Economv Coal and Mining companies, 3Iagic Soap 
Co., C. & I. Ry. Machine Shops, employing 1000 men; 
Whitmore Bros. & Co., handles; and Danville Brewing 
and Ice, Brick and Tile, Foundry and Machine, Buggy 
and Shirt companies and Woolen Mills. Is farming 
and coal mining trade centre for county. Has Na- 
tional Soldiers' Home for Disabled Veterans, 3500 
inmates. Val. $2,177,375. Express; Telegraph. First 
Kat. Bank. Plaza Hotel. 
Banner— Thursday; Prohibition; Est. '90; 8p 

15  22 ; Sub. SI. Geo. W. Woolsey . Circ. J)-2087 
Commercial — Evening; Rep; Est. "79; 8p 

17 -24; Sub. S3. Commercial Co. Circ. .^3,-3789 
Commercial— Tuesday and Friday ; Rep ; Est. 
'65; 8p 17x24; Sub. $1. Commercial Co. 

Circ... @-2200 

Democrat— ^lorning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '97; 
Sp 18X22; Sub. §5. Dernocrat Pub. Co. 

Circ ®-3768 

Democrat— Thursday : Dem; Est. '97; 16p 

18X22:Sub.Sl. Democrat Pub. Co. Circ.fD-1668 
Deutsche Zeitung (German)— Friday ; Ind; 
Est. '77; Sp 17x23; Sub. S2. N. Wippert. 

Circ....:.. ®-1287 

Inter-State School Review-Weekly; Est. 
'91 ; 24p 8X11; Sub. SI. Illinois Ptg. Co. 

Circ... ®-6756 

News— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '76; 8p 

17x24; Sub. S5.20. W. R. Jewell. Circ.I)-4017 
News— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '70; 16p 17X24; 

Sub. SI. W.R.Jewell. Circ (l)-2296 

Press— Morning ex Mon; Dem; Est. '78; 8p 
15 1-2x22; Sub. S3. Danville Press Co. 
Circ X-2737 

PublisJicr's Statemenf.—the Daily Press largely 
circulates in every town in Vermilion County and 
along ten rural routes and has the largest city circu- 
lation of any papei jjublished in Danville, 111. Its 
Sunday edition is 6,000. The weekly is the only 
weekly democratic paper published in the county. 

Press — Sunday ; Dem; Est. '78; 16p 
15 1-2X22:" Sub. $5.20. The Danville 
Press Co. Circ (D-5500 

Press — Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '87; 8p 
15 1-2x22; Sub. SI. Danville Press Co. 
Circ S-982 

DECATUR, 20754: Macon, 44003: 17.3m SW of Chi- 
cago on \\'al)ash (two lines), Illinois Central (three lines), 
Vandalia and Cincinnati, Indianapolis & Western Rys. 
Has Wabash Rv. Car shops. Union Iron Works, U. S. 
' Wire Mat Co.. 'American Hominy Co., corn products; 
ChamViers-Bering-Quinlan Co., agricultural specialties ; 
Faries Mfg. Co., electric and show fixtures; F. B. Tait 
& Co., corn planters; Decatur Brick Co., Decatur 



Brewing, Brick & Tile companies and Malleable Iron 
Works, foundry and minor industries. Decatur is in 
the midst of "the Illinois corn belt; trade centre for 
large farming section with 150,000 pop. and annual 
trade of $20,000,000. Val. $2,219,602. Express; Tele- 
graph. Citizens' Nat. Bank. St. Nicholas Hotel. 

Herald— Morning; ex Mon; Rep; Est. '80; 

8-16p 15x22; Sub. $5. Herald-Dispatch 

Co. Circ f-5304 

Herald— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; Est. '79; 

Sp 15x22; S"ub. $1. Herald-Dispatch Co. 

Circ 1)-3618 

Review — Evening; Dem; Est. '79; 8p 

17 1-2x22 1-2; Sub. $4. Review Pub. Co. 

Circ 0-5719 

Review — Sunday ; Dem; Est. '79; 16p 

17 1-2X22 i-2; Sub. $2. Review Pub. 

Co. Circ Xj-564oo 

Review— Tuesday and Friday ; Dem ; Est. '68 ; 

Sp 17 l-2x"22 1-2; Sub. $1. Review 

Pub. Co. Circ (1-2907 

Sienet— Monthly ; Freemasons ; Est. '93; 16p 

9X12; Sub. 50c Inez Jamison Bender. 

Circ 

"Woodman— Si-mo: M. W. of A.; Est. '99; 8p 

8X11: Sub. 50c. Woodman Ptg. Co. 

Circ 4-2066 

DEER CREEK, 298; Tazewell, 33221 ; 20m NE of 
Pekin on Lake Erie & Western Ry. An agricultural 
town. Express; Telegraph. Louis A. Buchner & Co., 
Bankers. 
Progress— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '86; 8p 

15x22; Sub. S1.25. J. P. Slyter. Circ ^-540 

DEKALB, 5904: Dekalb, 31756: 58m W of Chicago 
on Chicago ct Northwestern and Northern Illinois, ter- 
minus Dekalb br. C. G. W. Rys. Here are : I. L. Ellwood 
Mfg. Co., Haish Mfg. Co., barbed wire; National Wire 
Co., Ellwood Wire & Nail Co., Abram Ellwood Mfg. Co., 
wagons and carriages ; Dekalb Brick Tile Works, Dekalb 
Fence Co., Bradt & Shipman, gloves; Barb City Mfg. 
Co., harrows. Val. $2,000,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Dekalb Nat. Bank. Glidden House. 
Advertiser- Wednesday; Ind; Est. '98; 8p 

13X20: Sub. $1. Bailey Rosette. Circ 3-8OO 

American Fancier and Breeder — Monthly ; 
Poultry and Pet Stock; Est. '84; 12-24p 
9X12; Sub. 25c. F. M. Munger. Circ...(g)-9600 

Chronicle — Evening; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 
15x22; Sub. S3. J. F. Glidden Pub. Co. 
Circ... (I)-973 

Chronicle— Wednesday and Saturday; Ind; 
Est. '79; 8p 12x22; Sub. SI. J. F. Glid- 
den Pub. Co. Circ X-2975 

Review- Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '83; 8p 
18x24; Sub. $1. Tyrrell & Fay. (Prints 
an edition under heading Mail, Malta.) 
Comb. Circ ®-1440 

DELAND, 411 ; Piatt, 17706; 10m N of Monticello on 
Illinois Central Ry. Inhabitants are chiefly engaged 
in farming and stock raising. Express; Telegraph. 
Deland Bank. 
Tribune— Friday ; Ind ; Est. '97; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. $1 . Tribune Co. Circ ®-440 

DELAY AN 1^35; Tazewell, 33221; 24m S of Peoria, 
junction ( hicago & Alton and Illinois Central Rys. 
In a fertile grain growing district. Has stock raising 
interests. Val. $192,054. Express; Telegraph. Taze- 
well County Nat. Bank. Delavan Hotel. 
Advertiser— Thursday ; Dem: Est. '69; 4p 

2().- 40; Sub. $1. John Culbertson. Circ....@-640 

Times-Press-Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '74; 8p 

16 -22; Sub. $1. S. H. Beatty. Circ 3)-1600 

DES PLAINES, 1666; Cook, 1,838,735 16m NW of 
Chicago, junction Wisconsin Centi'al and Chicago, St. 
! Paul & Minneapolis br. C. & N. W. Rys. Produces 
vinegar, dairy products, tile and brick, pianos. 
Has foundry, Illinois Wire Co., and mammoth green 
houses. Ex"press; TelegrajUi. 
Times-Saturday; Ind; Est. '86; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. David J. Gillespie. Circ -S-riOO 

DIETERICH, 382 : Effingham, 20465 : 12in SE of Ef- 
fingham on Effingham div. of Illinois Central Ry. 
Raises farm produce. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Ef- 
fingham. 



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Gazette— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '97; 8p 13X20; 

Sail. 50c. F. S. Marrs. Circ 'J-500 

DIXON*, 7917: Lee, 29894; 95m W of Chicago on 
Chicago & Northwestern and Dubuque, Freeport & 
Centralia line 1. C. Rys. Has Grand Detour riow Co., 
C. M. H?nders & Co., boots and shoes; Riverside Shoe 
Co., Reynolds Wire Co., (Jrand Detour AVagon Co., 
Borden's Condensed Milk Co. and minor interests. Is 
trade centre for county. Val. .*<">, 90r,,-ii;i. Midland 
University and Northern Illinois Normal School. EIx- 
press; Telegraph. City Nat. Bank. Nachu-sa Hotel. 

Star— Tri-Weekly; Rep; Est. '89; 8p 18x22; 

Sub. $1.50. D.C.Owen. Circ (g)-3000 

Sun— Evening: Ind: Est. '90; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

$5. Fuller Bros. Circ (^-1130 

Sun— Tuesday and Fridav; Dem: Est. '68; 8p 

17x2-1; Sub. .'Jl. Fuller Bros. Circ. ;..®-1700 

Telegraph— Evening: Rep; Est. '83; 8p 

17 ]-2v22; Sub. .'$5. B. F. Shaw. Circ...@-1565 

Telegraph— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; Est. 
•51: Sp 17 1-2x22; Sub. $1. B. F. Shaw 
Printing Co. Circ (2-2100 

DOWNER'S GROVE, 2103; Dupage, 2810G: 22in SW 
of (hicagii on Chicago, Burlington & t^uincy Ry. In- 
dustries : Farm implements, piano and tool'manufac- 
tories. Val. (twp.) §070,088. Express; Telegraph. 
Farmers' & Merchants' Bank. Miller's Hotel. 

Reporter— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '83 ;8p 15 X 22 ; 

Sub. .«1.50. Hugh M. White. Circ (3:'-750 

DUNDEE, 1417; Kane, 78792; 47m NW of Chicago 
on Fox River and Lake Geneva br. C. & N. W. Ry. 
With good water power, the town manufactures wagon 
reins, carriages, plows, lathes, staves, flour, letter presses 
and wood ]iiili). Has shirt, condensed milk, butter and 
cheese factories. Yal. (twi).) $664,223. Express; 
Telegraph. Nat. Bank. Commercial HoteL 

Hawkeye-Friday ; Rep; Est. '90; 8-12p 
15x22; Sub. $1.25. Pratt & Tompkins. 
Circ (J,-1100 

DTJ QUOIN, 4353; Perry, 19830; 70m SE of St. Louis, 
Mo. on main and Eldorado & St. Louis lines I. C. Ry. 
Has Eade Planing Mill, Blakeslee Pump Works and 
Foundry, salt works and 10 coal mines, the latter alone 
employing 1200 men, with monthly jjay roll of $35,000. 
Val. $310,370. Express; Telegraph. 'Exchange Bank. 
St. Nicholas Hotel. 

Baptist News— Saturdav: Est.'95; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. $1.5<». Baptist News Pub. Co. Circ.@-3000 

Call — Evening: Ind; Est. '95; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $5. A. W. Essick. Circ J-500 

Palladium— Tri-Weekly; Rep; Est. '95; 8-12p 

11  li;; Sub. $1.50. Damon& Drake. Circ. 3-050 

Tribune— Friday ; Rep; Est. '62; 4p 20x20; 

Sub. SI. JohnT.Beem. Circ 3-636 

DURAND, 571; Winnebago, 47845; 18m N of Rock- 
ford ou Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Raises 
grain and live stock. Val. $292,833. Express; Tele - 
grajih. Bank. 

Clipper— Wednesday ; Non-partisan: Est. '91; 
12p 13x20; Sub. $1. Randall & Wilson. 
Circ (|:-1000 

DWIGHT, 2015; Livingston, 42035 ; 7.Sm SW of Chi- 
cago on main line and Peoria & Streator br. C. & A. 
and Indiana, Illinois & Iowa Rys. Manufactures 
hay presses, mandolins, guitars and patent medicines 
and Keeley Cure. Trade centre for agricultural and 
manufacturing section. Val. $387,000. Express; Tel- 
egrajih. Bank of Dwight. Livingston House. 

Banner— Monthly ; S. of V., Est. '97; 16p 

11X13; Sub. 50c. W. G. Dustin. Circ..(t-30000 

PiibUr^lier'ti Statement. — The Banner is the official 
organ of the national organization of Sons of Veterans, 
and every member in good standing gets it monthly. 
It reaches a flne clientage which ought to attract tlie 
best advertisers. The circulation of 30,000 monthly 
is guaranteed, and it goes into the homes of Sons of 
Veterans and Grand Army Men in every Northern 
state. 

Journal— Weekly : Rep; Est. '99; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. $1.50. H.G.lHistin. Circ (a-846 

Star and Herald— Saturday; Rep; Est. '67; 
Sp 15X22: .Sub. $1.50. W. G. Dustin. 
Circ 3-1260 



EARL'VILLE, 1122; Lasalle, 87776; 35m SW of Au- 
rora on main line and Sheridan & Paw Paw br. C, B. & 
Q. and Chicago & Northwestern Rys. A manufacturing- 
town, producing plows and carriages. Has cattle rais- 
ing and agricultural interests. Val. $257,685. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Wallace House. 

Gazette-Express- Friday; Rep; Est. '84; 8p 

15  22; Sub. $1.50. .John A. Cope. Circ.(f-1124 

Leader— Thursday : Rep; Est. '82; 8p 14x22; 

Sub. si. 50. E. B. Tabor. Circ J-llOO 

EAST DUBUQUE, 1146; Jo Daviess, 24533; 16m NW 
of (ialena ou Chicago, Burlington & Northern and 
Illinois Central Rys. \al. $71,941. Express; Telegraph. 
East Dubuque Savings Bank. United States Hotel. 

Register— Friday; Local; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $— . Laughlin & Osborn. Circ 4:-560- 

EAST ST. LOUIS, 39055 ; St. Clair, 86685; opposite 
St. Louis on Mississipj)! river, with passenger and 
freight steamer service for leading river ports; junc- 
tion Chicago & Alton, Louisville, Evansville & St. 
Louis, Wabash, Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City, Chi- 
cago, Burlington & Quincy, Louisville & Nashville, 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis, Chicago, 
Peoria & St. Louis, Illinois Central, Mobile & Ohio, 
Baltimore & Ohio .Southwestern, Vandalia Line. .St. 
Louis, Belleville & Southern, Peoria Short Line Miss- 
issippi Valley and Bluff Line Rys. Has Kehlor Milling 
Co., Chicago Mineral Milling Co., Missouri Malleable 
Iron Co.. Republic Iron Works. AVestern Forge & 
Rolling Mills, Elliot Frog & Switch Co., T'nion Trust 
& Savings Bank, Val. $500,000; Hezel Milling Co., 
Nelson Morris & Co.. Swift & Armour, dressed beef; 
Obear-Nester Glass Co., bottles; St. Louis Steam Forge 
and IrouAV'orks, St. Louis Brewing Ass'n, Central Brew- 
ery and .St. Louis Nat. Stock Yards, one of the largest 
in" America. Is the largest horse and mule market 
in the world, all the European governments having 
buyers stationed here. Trolley to Belleville, Collins- 
vil'le and Edwardsville. Has Protestant and St. Mary's 
(R. Catholic) Hospitals, New City Hall and Arcade 
Ofhce Building. Val. $5,711,451. Express ; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. New Martel House. 
Gazette— Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '65 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. $1. John H. Suess. Circ ®-1250 

Journal— Evening ex Saturdav and Sunday 

Mornings: Ind-Dem; Est. '89; 4p 18x24; 

.Sub. $3. Frank P. Fox & Co. Circ (E-230O 

Juvenile Monthly-Juvenile; Est. '99; 32p 

7;- 10; Sub. $1. Adolph B. .Suess. Circ 

Republican— Fridav; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 

IS . 24; Sub. $1. E. G. Matlock. Circ. .. 1-1000 

Workman— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 

1 7 24 ; Sub. $1. John W. Merrill . Circ 

EDINBURG, 1071; Christian, 32790; 18m SE of 
Springtield on Springfield div. B. & O. S. W. Ry. A 
mining and agricultural town. Express; Telegraph. 
Citizens' State Bank. 

Herald— Wednesday ; Neutral; Est. '82; 8p 
11 -15; Sub. $1.50. Frank T. Kauerauf. 
Circ 4 -400 

EDWARDVILLE*, 4157; Madison, 64694; 18mNEof 
St. Louis on Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City, Chicago, 
Peoria i*i: St. Louis, Illinois Terminal and AVabash Rys. 
Has N. O.Nelson Mfg Co., brass, machine and marble 
factories; Banner, Singletree & Co., wood and hardware 
specialties; Madison, Edwardsville, Henrietta and 
Home Coal comiianies. Farmers' Mill and other 
interests. Is trade centre for farming and manu- 
facturing section and shipping point for grain, i)ota- 
toes and fruit. Val. $5,471,200. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Edwardville. Leland House. 

Democrat— Thursday; Dem; Est. '72; 8p 

15 -22; Sub. $1.50. A.L.Brown. Circ...@-760 

Intelligencer— Tuesday, AA'ednesday and Fri- 
day; Dem; Est. '62; 4-8p 18x22; Sub. 
$l"50. Charles Boeschenstein. Circ X-2567 

Republican — Friday; Rep; Est. '69; 8p 

18x24; .Sub. $1.50. Crossman Bros. Cire.(2)-1000 

EFFINGHAM*, 3774; Effingham, 20465; 100m NE of 
St. Louis on Illinois Central and A'andalia, terminus 
Effingham & Decatur line AA'abasli, and Indiana & 
Illinois Southern Rys. Has EfHngham Canning & 
AVood Package and Milling companies, J. Boos & Co., 
meat blocks ; ElHngham Tank AVorks and other inter- 
ests. Is farming trade centre for county. Is seat of 
Austin College (Co. Ed.); has supreme office Modern 
American Fraternal Order and Illinois College of 



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I'liotography. Val. $l,i>0)0,735. Express; Telegraph. 
Kversiiuin, Wood & Engbring, Bankers. Grand Central 
Hotel. 
American Postmaster— Monthly ;Est. '99; 32p 

<'.X9; Sub. §1. R. F. Lawson. Circ 3-1000 

Democrat — Evening ex Sun; Est. '99; -ip 
ir> T2: Sub. §2.50. LeCrone & Adams. 
< in- (3)-300 

Democrat— Friday; Dem; Est. '66; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. si. 50 LeCrone & Adams. Circ (g)-1500 

Republican— Friday; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 

17 l-l.'x22; Sub. SI. Homer Clark. Circ.3-1128 

Volksblatt (Oermanl— Thursday; Dem; Est. 
"7S; Sp 15X22; Sub. .§1.50. A. Graven- 
horst. Circ (^-800 

ELBURN, <'>00: Kane, 78792; 18m NW of Aurora on 
Chicago & Xorthwestern Ky. Is trade centre for dairy- 
ing, stock raising section.^ Val. (tw^3.) §700, 0<J0. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Kane County Bank. 

Record— Friday ; Rep: Est. '95; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .§1. A. W. Glass. Circ (D-500 

ELDORADO, 1445; Saline, 21685; 120m SE of St. 
Louis, .Mo. on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, St. 
Louis and Shawneetown br. L. & N.. terminus Eldo- 
rado br. I. C. Rys. Has large hardwood saw mill, 
machine shop, two brick and tile factories, two flouring 
mills. Is trade centre and shipping jjoint for large 
farming section. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Eldo- 
rado. The Grand Hotel. 

Republican — Friday ; Rep; Est. '90; 8p 

22x33; Sub. .§1. A. I. Mallory. Circ 3-1000 

ELGIN, 2224t! ; Kane, 78792 ; 36m NW of Chicago on 
Chicago & Northwestern, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. 
Paul Rys. and Elgin & Chicago Ry Co. Here are : The 
Elgm National Watch company, Fowler Mfg. Co., D. 
C. Cook Publishing Co., Borden Condensed Milk Co., 
Elgin Silver Plate Co., Selz, Schwab & Co.. shoe fac- 
tory ; Elgin Caramel Co., Illinois Creamery Co., Illinois 
Watch Case Co., Elgin Packing Co., Brethren Pub. 
House, Star Watch Case Co., six ice companies and 
minor industries, employing 6000 peojile. Is trade 
centre for farming, dairying and manufacturing sec- 
tion. Has Sherman and northern Illinois Insane hospi- 
tals and Gail Borden Library. Yal. .§15,000,000. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Kelley House. 

Advocate (weekly edition of News)— Satur- 
day; Rep; Est. '47 : 8p 18x24; Sub. §1.50. 
Lowrie & Black. Circ QV2088 

Courier— Evening; Rep; Est. '78; 4p 22x26; 

Sub. §5. H. D. Hemmens. Circ @-2500 

Courier— Saturday ; Rep: Est. '70; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. §1.50. H. D. Hemmens. (An edition 
is printed under same name for Dundee.) 
Comb. Circ (J)-2000 

Dairy Report— Monday ; Dairy Market ; Est. 
'91; 8p 10X14; Sub. §1. D. W. & W. C. 
Willson. Circ @-3500 

Deutsche Zeitung (German)— Thursday ; Est. 
"SI I; Sp 15,- 22; Sub. §2. Frank Kramer. 
Circ (J)-1540 

Germania (German)— Wednesday ; Est. '94; 
4p 18x24; Sub. $1.50 A. F. Schader. 
Circ i)-1892 

New Century Teacher 's Monthly— Monthly ; 
Sunday School; Non-Sectarian; Est. 1900: 
40p 8 1-4X11 1-2; Sub. 60c. David C. 
Cook Pub. Co. Circ 1-42095 

News— Evening; Rep; Est. '73: 8p 18x24; 

Sub. §5. Lowrie & Black. Circ J;-3120 

Press— Fvening; Ind; Est. '96; 8p 18x22; 

Sub. §3. Press Pub. Co. Circ 3)-2400 

Press— Weekly; Ind: Est. '81; 8p 18X22; 

Sub. §1. Press Pub. Co. Circ $-21o0 

Silver Leaf— Wednesday; Secret Societies; 
Est. ■S9;4p 11X16; Sub. 50c. George Rob- 
inson. Circ ■,5)-2800 

The Boy's World— Saturday; Juvenile Un- 
sectarian; Est. '02: 8p 11X14; Sub. 50c: 
David C. Cook Pub. Co. Circ 1-211,154 

The Girls' Companion— Juvenile Unsectarian ; 
Est. •<i2: 8p 11x14; Sub. 50c. David C. 
( ook Pub. Co. Circ '1-216,923 

Young People's Weekly— Saturday ; Unsecta- 
rian; Est. '86; 8-16p 12X17; Sub. 75c. 
David C. Cook Pub. Co. (Dated at Chicago, 
also.) Comb. Circ 1-205,211 



ELIZABETH, 659; Jo Daviess, 24593; 15m SE of 
(ialena on Chicago Great Western Ry. .Steel bridge 
works. .Surrounded by farm lands. Rich lead mines. 
Val. (twp.) §350,878. Express; Telegraph. Elizabeth 
Exchange Bank. 

News— Wednesday ; Local ; Est. '92 ; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. Chas. A. Walters. Circ l:-560 

ELIZABETHTOWN*, f>08 ; Hardin, 7448 ; 58m NE of 
Cairo on Ohio river : nearest railroad point, Marion, Ky. 
Is shipi)ing jioint for a lead, copi)er, coal and iron 
mining district. Centre of greatest fluor mining dis- 
trict. Express; Telegraph. Warford's Bank, 

Home News— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '95; 4p 

15;- 22: Sub. §1. C.H.Austin. Circ |t-480 

Independent Star— AVednesday; Dem; Est. 

■S2; 8p 13x20; Sub. §1. Scott Bros. Circ. 3 -850 

ELMHURST, 1728: Dupage, 28196; 16m W of Chi- 
cago on Chicago & Northwestern and Chicago Great 
Western and Illinois Central Rys. Quarries stone and 
manufactures brick. Val. §178,678. Express; Tele- 
graph. Henry L. Glos, Banker. Hoffman House. 

Enterprise— Friday : Est. '94; 12p 15X22; 

Sub. .si. 50. Jolm C. Neltnor. Circ 

News— Saturday ; Local; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. L. A. Denig. Circ iS-200 

ELMWOOD, 1582; Peoria, 88608; 27m NW of 
Peoria on lUida & Rushville br. C. B. & Q. Ry. A min- 
ing and farming town. Has a paper mill. Val. .s211.- 
884. Express; Telegraph. Clinch, Schenk &'Lott, 
Bankers. Hotel DeRandolph. 

Gazette— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '75 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. §1.50. M. H. Spence. Circ 4-740 

Messenger— Friday ; Neutral; Est. '74; 4p 

18X24; Sub. §2. Beardsley Bros. Circ... .1; -640 

EL PASO, 1441; Woodford, 21822; 18m N of Bloom- 
ington. .iunction Dubuque, Freeport & Centralia main 
line I. C. & Toledo, Peoria & Western Rys. Ships cattle 
and grain for an agricultural section. Val. §214,- 
981. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Campbell 
House. 

Journal— Saturday; Ind; Est. '65; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. §1.50. Curtiss & Evans. Circ 1-1400 

EMDEN, 500; Logan, 28680; 12m NW of Lincoln 
on Illinois Central Ry. Is local trade centre for agri- 
cultural section. Val. §48,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Farmers' Bank. 

News— Thursday ; Est. '85; 4p 17x24; Sub. 

si. C. E. Nine. Circ (g-975 

ENFIELD, 971: White, 25386; 12m W of Carmi, 
.iunction Springfield div. B. & O. S. W. ana Louis- 
ville & Nashville Rys. Farming. Val. (twp.) §232,375. 
Express; Telegraph. J.E.Willis, Banker. 

Express— Thursday; Local; Est. '93; 8p 

13 -20; Sub. §1. E.M.Young. Circ 1-780 

ENGLEWOOD, 15000; Cook, 1,838,735 ; (corporate part 
of Chicago^ on Chicago & Western Indiana Ry., junc- 
tion Chicago & Eastern Illinois, Chicago, Indianapo- 
lis & Louisville, Erie and AVabash Rys. and of Rock 
Island, Lake Shore, Nickel Plate and Pennsylvania Rys. 
Trolley to all parts of Chicago. Seat of Chicago Normal 
School. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Chicago. 
Times— Friday; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. G. E. Sullivan. Circ 3-2400 

EQUALITY, 898 ; Gallatin. 15836 ; 10m W of Shawnee- 
town on Louisville & Nashville Ry. Agriculture. 
Val. §171,925. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Equality. 

Advocate— Friday ; Ind; Est. '96; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. §1. J.B.Smith. Circ J-640 

ERIE, 768; Whiteside, 34710; 18m S of Davenport, 
Iowa on St. Louis div. C, B. & Q. Ry. Has flour mills, 
carriage factories, creameries and liimber yards. Trade 
center for agricultural section. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Erie. 

Independent— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '77; 8p 

18 -24; Sub. §1. C. D. Hannon. Circ 3-710 

EUREKA, 1661; Woodford, 21822; 20m E of Peoria 
on Pekin & Peoria br. A., T. & S. F. and Toledo, 
Peoria & Western Rys. A commercial centre and 
shipping point for a farming and cattle raising dis- 
trict. Location of Eureka College. Court House! Val. 
§150,000. Express; Telegraph. State Bank of Eureka. 
Park Hotel. 



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Democrat-Journal— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '67; 

8p 18A24r; Sub. .«1.50. W. M. & B. J. 

Radford, Jr. Circ ®-1586 

ReDublican— Fridav:Rep: Est.'Oo; rfpl8x22; 

Sub. sl.'io. P. E. Low. Circ (g)-1250 

EVANSrON, lf'2,'i9; Cook, 1,838.735; (the largest 
suliurl) of Chicago) 12iu N on Milwaukee div. C. & N. 
^V., terminus Evanston br. C, M. & St. P. Rys. Chiefly 
important as an educational, religious and residential 
centre ; seat of College of Liberal Arts and Preparatory 
departments of Northwestern University, Garrett 
Biblical Institute and other institutions. Has also 
Mark Mfg. Co., hardware specialties: Roth McMahon 
Co., bakers' machinery ; Lill Bros, brick; NVeber-Lebahn 
Brick Co. and minor manvifactures. Is a clean, beau- 
tiful city with broad, shaded streets, palatial homes, 
splendid' churches and other public buildings. Trolley 
to Waukegan and intermediate points. ^ al. .SI, 723,- 
680. Express; Telegraph. State Bank of Evanston. 
Avenue House. 
Index— Saturdav ; Local; Est. '72; 8p 15x21; 

Sub. s2. Index Co. Circ ;5)-1740 

Northwestern— t Thursday; Collegiate; Est. 

'71; 20p 8X10: Sub. §1.50. Frank H. 

AVest. Circ ®-860 

Press— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '88; 8p 16x23; 

.Sub. .?2. Evanston Press Co. Circ 3^-2150 

EVANSVILLE, 663; Randolpli, 28001; 18m NE of 
Chester on Kakasskia river, on Illinois Southern Ry. 
Here are flouring, stave and lumber mills. Val. §151,- 
001. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bank of Evansville. 

Enterprise— Friday; Rep: Est.'95;8p 13x20; 

Sub. .SI. J.P.Gerlach. Circ f--600 

FAIKBTJRY) 2187; Livingston, 42035; Sim NE of 
Bloomington, junction Toledo, Peoria & Western and 
Wabash Rys. In a fertile farming region. The town 
has rich coal deposits and artesian water; also flour 
mills, grain elevators and manufacturing interests. A 
local trade centi-e. Val. .?362,836. Express; Telegraph. 
First 'Sa.t. Bank Thomas House. 
Blade— Friday; Rep; Est. '70; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. 81.50. Fulton & Sutton. Circ (g;-1800 

Record— Fridav; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.50. C. S. Brydia. Circ 3-1150 

FAIRFIELD*, 2672; Wavne. 29431 ; 1161-2m E of St. 
Louis, Mo. on Si)ringfield div. B. & O. S. W. Ry. 
Has Woolen Mills, jeans and cassimeres ; Hickory 
Mills, spokes and axles ; broom factories ; Golden Gate 
Stave & Heading Works, two flour mills, hub factory, 
and four fruir evaporators, employing 800 people. Is 
trade centre for county and shipping point for red top 
hay and apples. Market for fine horses and cattle. Val. 
§500,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Lang's Hotel. 

Press— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '66; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.50.  Wm. M. Goudy. Circ ®-1400 

Record— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '68; 8-lOp 

l.";- 22; Sub. 81. JohnM. Rapp. Circ....(D-1885 

Republican— Thursday; Rep; Est. '90; 8p 

15^ 22; Sub. 81. ^'. E. Roberts. Circ... .(D-1400 

Sun— Saturday ; Est. '98; 8p 15X22; Sub. $1. 

Edward McClung. Circ 3)-1068 

FAIRMOUNT, 928; Vermilion, 05635; 13ni SW of 
l>anville on Toledo, Decatur, Bluffs & Hannibal br. 
W. Ry. Raises grain and live stock and produces tile 
and brick. Has stone quarries and coal mines. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Porterfield's Bank of Fairmount. 

Review— Friday; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.25. Roy L. Murphy. Circ (i-750 

FAIRVIEW, 501 ; Fulton, 46201 ; 32m SW of Peoria 
on Fultim (cjunty Ry. Mines coal, has farming inter- 
ests and manufactures tile. Val. (twp.) $462,4ol. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Fairview Banking Co. 

Bee— Thursday; Ind; Est. '83; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81.25. E. E. Whitehead. Circ (§)-385 

FARINA, 093; Fayette. 28065; 65m E of St. Louis, 
Mo. on Illinois Central Ry. In a region growing vege- 
tables aiul small fruits. Express; Telegraph. Ex- 
change ]5ank of Farina. 

News— Thursday; Ind; Est. '82; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. Pribble and Barber. Circ (D-700 

FARMER CITY, 1664; Dewitt, 18972; 25m SE of 
Bloomington on Peoria div. B. F. and Chicago div. 
I. C. Rys. Manufacturing and farming are the chief 
industries. Is trade centre for agricultural section. 
Val. .8135,450. Express; Telegraph. Old First Nat. 
Bank. Commercial House. 



Belleflower Journal— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '93 ; 

8p 15X22; Sub. $1. Williams & Bates. 

Circ (g)-500 

Journal— Friday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '72; 8p 

15X22; Sub. .SI. Williams & Bates. Circ. 3 -1200 

R€View— Friday; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. G. Wetzell & Son. Circ @-800 

FARMINGTON, 1729: Fulton, 46201 ; 24m W of 
Peoria on Eastern iS; Illinois div. I. C. and Rock Island 
& St. Louis br. C, B. & Q. Rys. Is an agricultural and 
mining town. Val. §22(5,587. Express; Telegraph. 
Littlewood & Steenburg, Bankers. Palace Hotel. 
Bugle— Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '81; 8p 

15 22: Sub. 81.50. S. P.Wood. Circ 5-780 

Home Visitor— Saturday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '82; 
8p 18x24; Sub. .81. So. Alson W. Brown. 
Circ fJ)-960 

FINDLAY, 1408; Shelby, 32126; 9ni N of Shelby ville 
on St. I^ouis div. C. & E. I. Ry. Trade centre for agri- 
cultural section. Express; Telegraph. Merchants & 
Farmers' Bank. 

Enterprise— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 

15-22; Sub. 81- J. G. Cutler. Circ ^-480 

FISHER, 614; Champaign, 47622; 19m NE of Urbana 
on Sangamon river and Rantoul div. I. C. Ry. Farm- 
ing. Express; Telegraph. F. B. Vennum, Banker. 

Reporter— Friday; Ind; Est. '90; 8p 15x22; 

Suli. 81.25. "Geo. E. Hass. Circ 5)-660 

FLANAGAN, 509; Livingston, 42035; 13m W of 
Pontiac on Chicago div. I. C. Ry. A farming town, 
raising some cattle. Express; Telegraph. E. Litch- 
field & Co., Bankers. 

Home Times— Friday ; Ind; Est. '85; 8p 

i:!y2(»: Sub. 81. J. M. Breen. Circ 5-600 

FLORA, 2311; Clay, 19553; y5m E of St. Louis, Mo. 
on Ijaltimore & Ohio Southwestern Ry. Manufac- 
tures egg cases and barrels and is an apple growing town. 
Has ice factory, large cold storage warehouse and fruit 
evaporators. Val. .8188.593. Exi)ress; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Worthington Hotel. 

Journal — Thursday ; Rep: Est. '70; 8p 

15 ^ 22; Sub. 81". John j. Pickett. Circg-lOOS 

Record— Friday; Rep; Est. '98; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. 81. T. B. & L. M. Greenlaw. Circ... J-1060 

FORREST. 952; Livingston, 42035; 60m E of Peoria 
on ( liicago div. and terminus Forrest & Streator line 
AV. and Toledo, Peoria & Western Rys. Is trade centre 
for farming section and is the division headquarters of 
Wabash Ry. Val. 8107,690. Express ; Telegraph. S. 
A. Hoyt & Co., Bankers. 

Rambler— Wednesday; Rep: Est. '83; 8p 

18x24: Sub. 81. oO. E. A. Eignus. Circ...3)-660 

FORRESTON, 1047; Ogle, 29129; 12m S of Freeport, 
on main line of Illinois Central from Sioux City to New 
Orleans; also on C, M. iV: St. P. and terminal of Ore- 
gon-Illinois br. of C, B. & Q. Rys. In a cattle raising 
and farming district. Val. .814*5,807. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Forreston. Central House. 

Review-Herald— Friday ; Ind; Est. '67; 8p 
17 1-2X22; Sub. 81.50. Altman,Rothen& 
Co. Circ iD-965 

FRANKLIN, 687; Morgan, 35000 ; 12m SE of Jack- 
sonville on Jacksonville & St. Louis Ry. Produces 
flour and brick. Express; Telegraph. Franklin 
Bank. Franklin Hotel. 

Times— Friday ; Ind; Est. '80; 8p 18x24; Sub. 

sl. Rcinbach & Luttrell. Circ (D-650 

FRANKLIN GROVE, 681; Lee, 29894; 88m W of 
Chicago on Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Shipping 
point for a grain and cattle raising section. Location 
of Dixon Dist. M. E. camp meeting grounds. Express; 
Telegraph. Franklin Grove Bank. Franklin Hotel. 

Reporter— Friday; Ind; Est. '69; 4p 18x24; 
Sub. 81.50. G. AV. Gaver. Circ 



5-420 



FRANKLIN PARK, 800: Cook, 1,838.735; 10m W 
anil suburb of Chicago on Wisconsin Central and Chi- 
cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rys. and Chicago Terminal 
Transfer Railway. Express ; Telegraph. Chicago Bank, 
Chicago. 
Press -News— Friday; Local; Est. '93; 8p 
15x22; Sub. 81. Henry Woodruff . (Prints 
edition under heading : Press, River 
Grove.) Comb. Circ 3-800 



Illinois! 



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FREEPOKT*, l(5('0(i; Stephenson, 34933; 115m NW 
ot (liicago on Illinois Central, Great Western, ChicaffO, 
Milwaukee <S: St. Paul, br. Chicago, Madison & North- 
ern, terminus Chicago & Northwestern and Freeport 
& Dodgeville Kys. Has Henney and Robinson Buggy 
companies. Hotdorr iK: Kramer's Wagon and Carriage 
factory, Hoefer -Mfg. Co., Slower Mfg. Co., wind mills, 
feed mills and hardware specialties ; Woodmanse Wind 
Mill Co., Arcade Mfg. Co., Freeport Shoe Mfg. Co., Bent- 
ley Piano Stool Co., Burdett Organ Co., Johnson's Steam 
Thresher Feeding Co., Cable Feeding Co., Baier & 
Ohlendorf. Schmich Bros., Franz Bros., breweries; and 
minor industries, emjdoving 2.')00 people, with monthly 
pay roll of S>S(i,0(K). Is trade centre for large farming 
And manufacturing section. Has St. Francis and Glol;e 
Hosi)itals. Has Knights of the Globe and Freeport 
Accident Insurance companies. Val. $2,l!7-t,534:. First 
Nat. Bank. The Williams Hotel. 

Banner (German)— Saturday; Ind; Est. '79; 
8p 17X23; Sub. .•?1.50. C. H. Frick. 
( Issues an edition under name of Sonn- 
tagsblatt ; 4p 22x30). Comb. Circ J)-] 260 

Bulletin — Evening; Dem; Est. '77; 8p 
17 1-2x22; Sub. §5. Poflenberger & 
.stiver. Circ (D-1541 

Bulletin — Thursday ; Dem; Est. '47; 8p 
17 1-2X24; Sub. $1.50. Poffenberger & 
Stiver. Circ (D-2780 

Democrat— Evening ; Dem ; Est. '87 ; 8pl5 X 22 ; 

Sub. .So. F. Chas. Donohue. Giro @-1260 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem; Est. '83; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. . SI. 50. F. Chas. Donohue. Circ (i)-2440 

Deutscher Anzeiger (German) — Wednesday; 

Ind-Dem; Est. '53; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

■sl.5(». AV^ H. AVagner & Sons. (Issues a 

4p edition on Saturday under name of 

Der Sonntags-Gast.) Giro (|)-1840 

Journal— Evening: Rep: Est. '48; 8p 17x22; 

Sub. .$5. Journal Printing Co. Circ (D-1850 

Journal— Wednesdav ; Rep; Est. '48; 12p 

18x24; Sub. .SI. 50. Journal Printing Co. 

Giro rl:-2200 

Knights of the Globe— Monthly ; Non-pol; 

Est. '91: Sp 11X14: Sub. 50c. Wm. W. 

Krape. Circ 3-12500 

Poultry Tribune— Monthly ; Poultry and Stock ; 
Est. '95; 40-80p 9X12; Sub. 50c. R. R. 
Fisher. Circ (D-9000 

rULTON, 2085; Whiteside, 34710; 135m W of Chi- 
cago on Chicago & Northwestern, Racine & South- 
western div. C, M. & St. P., terminus Mendota, Clin- 
ton & Fulton br. C, B. & Q. and Chicago, Burlington 
■& Northern Rys.; on Mississippi river with freight 
and passenger steamers to St. Paul, St. Louis and ni- 
termediate points. The leading manufacturing con- 
cerns are: The Joyce Lumber Co., Mississippi Stove 
Co., Steel Brick Siding Co., Alden Lime Kiln Co., the 
Whiteside Co., sash, doors and blinds, together em- 
ploying nearly 400 men with monthly wage receipts of 
.S10,000. Is trade centre for farming section with 40000 
pop. Seat of Northern Illinois College. Val. .§285,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Fulton Bank. Robinson Hotel. 

Boodschapper— Wednesday ; Rep; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. .si. 25. T. DeLong. Circ 

Journal— Tuesday and Friday; Ind-Dem; 

Est.'54;4p 20x24; Sub. .$2. A.W.Bastian. 

Circ (D-1480 

Mystic "Worker — Monthly ; Fraternal Ben- 
ettt Society; Est. '96; 8p 13X22; Sub. 
50c. Edmund Jackson. Circ 1-25916 

■GALENA*, 5005; Jo Daviess, 24533; 165m W of Chi- 
cago on Illinois Central, Burlington and Chicago Great 
Western, terminus Galena & Lancaster div. C. & N. 
AV. Rys. ; on Galena river with passenger and freight 
steamboat connections, with all important river points. 
Has iron, furnace and register foundries, breweries, 
shoe, furniture and axle grease factories, cooper works 
and lead smelting furnaces. Is farming trade centre 
for N. W. Illinois and S. AV. Wisconsin and centre of 
the great lead and zinc mining districts of Illinios and 
AA'isconsin. A'al. .S415,800. Express; Telegraph. Mer- 
chants' Nat. Bank. European House. 

Gazette— Evening; Rep; Est. '48; 4p 17X24; 

Sub. .?5.20. Galena.Gazette. Circ (3,-6^6 

Gazette— Thursday; Rep; Est. '34; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. §1.50. Galena Gazette. Circ (S)-6343 



lay: Dem; Est. '92; 
8p 15x22; Sub. «!1.50. Brown Bros. 



News Democrat— Thursda 

8p -- ^ 

Circ (D-2700 

GALESBTJRG*, 18607 ; Knox, 43612 ; 160m SAV of Chi 
cago on Burlington and Santa Fe, terminus Quincy, 
Peoria and Rio brs. C, B. & Q. and Fulton County Nar- 
row Gauge Rys. Industries : Geo. AA*. Brown Mfg. Co., 
farming tools; Adams & Johnson Co., harness and sad- 
dles ; A. Boyer Broom Co., AVillis Mfg. Co., architectural 
sheet metal; Purington Paving Brick Co., Frost Mfg. 
Co., engines and boilers ; C, B. & Q. Rv. repair shops, all 
employing 1200 people, with monthly pay roll of .§51,- 
0()(j. Is trade centre for large farming section with 
75000 pop. and annual trade of .§6, 000,000. Is seat of 
Knox College, Lombard University, Corpus Christi Ly- 
ceum, St. Joseph's (R. Catholic) Academy and Knox 
Conservatory of Music. A"al. .§2,827,733. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Union Hotel. 

Coup D'Etat— t Monthly ; Collegiate : Est. '80 ; 

24p8Xll; Sub. ,§1.25. Joint Stock Co. Circ..i)-460 
Gazette— Morning: Dem; Est.' 03: 8p 15X22; 

Sub. .§3. Roberts, Orchard & Collins. Circ 

Gazette— Friday: Dem: Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. Roberts, Orchard & Collins. 

Circ CD-1440 

Knox Student— t Wednesday ; Collegiate ; Est. 
'94; 8p 10X12; Sub.$1.25. Joint Stock Co. 
Circ (5)-600 

Labor News— Saturday; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .§1. H. C. Smalley. Circ '3)-2000 

Lombard Review— t Monthly ; Collegiate : Est. 
'8-i: 24p 8X11 ; Sub. $1. Joint Stock Co. 
Circ (J)-375 

Mail— l>aily ; Rep; Est. '91 ; 10-16p 7 1-2x22; 

Sub. §5. Chas. H. May. Circ X-3953 

Mail — Thursday; Rep; Est. '91; 8-lOp 

14 1-2x22; Sub. §1. Chas. H. May. Circ. 1-2450 

Plaindealer— Friday : Rep : Est. '72 ; 8pl5x22 : 

Sub. .§1. Emrich & Biggs. Circ '®-1152 

Republican-Register— Evening; Rep; Est. 
'70; S-lCp 17 1-2x23 3-4; Sub. f 6. Gales- 
burg Printing Co. Circ fD-2884 

Publisher's State.7nent.~The above average does 
not represent fairly the circulation of the Republi- 
can-Register. Since the first of .July, 1902, the num- 
ber of subscribers to this paper has steadily increased, 
and since the tirst of January the increase has been 
very rapid, until at this time, March 12, 1903, the 
number of daily Republican-Registers printed and 
sold is 4,526. This paper has recently installed a 
fast Hoe Stereotype press, the only one in the city; 
it is the home pai)er of Galesburg and Knox county 
and was established in 1867. 

Republican-Register— Saturday; Rep; Est. 
'67; 8p 17 1-4x23 3-4; Sub. §1. Gales- 
burg Printing Co. Circ (1>1756 

Tribune— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '92 ; 8p 15X22 ; 
Sul). .§1. Karl R. Haggenjos. (Prints an 
edition for East Galesburg). Comb. Circ..'J)-1260 

GALVA, 2682 ; Henry, 40049 ; 23m NE of Galesburg 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and Rock Island & 
Peoria Rys. Is shipping point for cattle raising, coal 
and grain producing section. Here are pump and 
planter, steam and hot water heater factories. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Baker House. 
News— Thursday :Rep ; Est. '79 ; 8p 17 3-4x24 ; 

Sub. .§1.50. E.E. Fitch. Circ J,-795 

Standard— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '81; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $1.25. Boyd & McMeekin. 
Circ i)-700 

GARDNER, 1036; Grundy, 24126; 65m SAV of Chi- 
cago, .iunction Chicago & Alton and Cleveland, Cin- 
cinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Rys. In an agricultural 
and mining section. A^al. .§101,186. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Gardner. Commercial Hotel. 
Chronicle— Friday ; Ind; Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. Park «& Co. Circ ®-760 

GENESEO, 3356; Henry, 40049; 159m W of Chicago 
on Rock Island Ry. Is farming town and trade centre 
for northern half of county. A'al. $i377,075. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Geneseo House. 

News- Arena— Evening; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $4. C. T. Liken. Circ (l;-350 

News-Arena — Thursday; Ind; Est. '95; 12p 

30X44; Sub. «il.25. AV. R. Reherd. Circ.3)-1500 



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Republic -Friday; Rep; Est. '56; 12-16p 
i:. ■L'2: Sub. SI. 50. A. Lieberknecht. 
Circ... I -2836 

GENEVA*, 2446; Kane, 78792; 35m "W of Chicago on 
Iowa & Dakota div. C. & N. W. and Aurora & Geneva 
br. C, B. & Q. Rys. Manufactures agricultural imple- 
ments, wood working machines, wind engines, screens 
and doors, starch and glucose. Is trade centre for cen- 
tral Kanecountv. Yal. S-'iOO.OOO. State Home for Girls. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of Geneva. Hotel Geneva. 
Patrol— Wednesday ; Prohibition; Est. '84; 

8p 11x15; Sub. SI. C.W.Bailey. Circ. $-660 
Eepublican— Wednesday and Saturday ; Rep ; 
Est. "47; 8p 15x22; Sub. .$1.50. (11-ints 
an edition under heading: Enterprise, 
Elburn.) C. B. Mead. Circ ®-1116 

GENOA, 1140; Dekalb, 37756: 18m E of Elgin on 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and Hlinois Central 
Rys. A dairv, stock and manufacturing town. Yal. 
(twjj.) 8604,846. Express ; Telegraph. Exchange Bank. 

Republican— Friday; Rep; Est. 1902:6-12p 
H;  22; Sub. 81. Diimser & Dougherty. 
Cire ®-1000 

GIBSON CITY, 2054; Ford, 18359; 34m E of Bloom- 
ington, junction Illinois Central, Lake Erie & "Western 
and Waijash Rys. In a farming district. Manufac- 
tures shoes, fences, cans, brick and cigars and has iron 
and oil works, also radiators, heaters and woodwork. 
Largest greenhouse outside of Chicago. "\^al. S275,00O. 
Express; Telegraph. Nattison, Wilson & Co., Bankers. 
Dubois House. 
Courier-Friday; Ind; Est. '73; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. 81.50. E. Lowry's Sons. Circ 0-1004 

Enterprise— ^lorning; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 

l.">.- 22; Sub. 85. P.A.Coal. Circ (i-260 

Enterprise— Thursday : Rep; Est. '83; 8p 

15 22; Sub. 81.50. P.A.Coal. Circ (2;-440 

GILLESPIE, 873; Macoupin, 42256; 25m NE of Alton 
on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. 
Raises farm produce and live stock. "S'al. (twis.) 8404,- 
667. Express; Telegraph. Grubbs, Davis & Co., 
Bankers. National Hotel, 
Herald-Friday; Ind; Est. '87; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. F. L. Burton. Circ (D-732 

GILMAN, 15(i0t; Iroquois, 38014; 81m S of Chicago, 
terminus Springfield div. I. C. and on Toledo, Peoria & 
Western, Chicago div. I. C. Rys. Has brick and tile 
factory and grist mills and is trade centre for agri- 
cultural territory. Yal. 8135,539. Express; Telegraph. 
Ahnet I'owell's Bank. Redfleld House. 
Signal— Thursday; Rep; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. W.T.Irelan. Circ 4-740 

Star— Wednesday; Ind-Rep; Est. '68; 8p 

16x22; Sub. 81. Allen & Chapman. Circ.S-950 

GIRARD, 1661; Macoupin, 42256; 25m SW of 
Siuingtield on Chicago »& Alton and Jacksonville & 
St. Louis Rys. Has large coal mines and grows vege- 
tables. Yal. 8118,820. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Girard. Nicollet House. 
Gazette— Thursday ; Local ; Est.'79; 8pl3x20; 

Sub. 81.50. Geo. L. Tipton. Circ ®-600 

Observer-Friday; Est. '98; 8p 15X22; Sub. 

sl.5<>. Lew F. Littlepage. Circ 

GLASFORD, 409; Peoria, 88608; 16m .SW of Peoria 
on Toledo, Peoria & "Western Ry. In good farming 
district and has manufactures of agricultural imple- 
ments, wagons, cigars and planing mills. Has large 
grain, live stock and lumber trade. .Surrounded by 
rich coal mines. Express ; Telegraph. Bank. 

Gazette-Friday; Ind; Est. '99; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. 81.25. "W. F. Rader. Circ ^-500 

GOLCONDA*, 1140; Pope, 13585; 77m NE of Cairo on 
Ohio river, and branch of Illinois Central railroad. 
Makes shipments of lead, zinc, agricultural produce, 
flour, etc. Yal. 8134,282. Express; Telegraph. Pope 
County State Bank. Field Hotel. 
Herald-Enterprise-Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '57 ; 

4p 20x26; Sub. 81. Craig & Clanahan. 

Circ (S-1150 

GOLDEN, 466; Adams, 67058; 27m NE of Quincy on 
(Talesliuig & Quincy br. B. and Clayton & Keokuk br. 
W. Rys. Is principally a milling town and the Golden 
cereal goods manufactured here are famous all over 
the west. Is trade centre for agricultural section. 
Express; Telegraph. People's Exchange Bank. 



New Era— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '92 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. 81. Frank Groves. Circ (3 -62(> 

GOOD HOPE, 300; McDonough, 28412; 8m W of 
Hushnell on Toledo, Peoria & Western Ry. Here are- 
flour mills and tile works. A stock and grain shijjping^ 
point. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Good Hope. 
Reflector— Thursday; Ind; Est. '85: 8p 

1.-. •20; Sub. 81. G. A. Lackens. Circ 1-50O 

GRAND RIDGE, 392; Lasalle, 87776; 8m S of Ottawa 
on Aurora & Streator br. C, B. & Q. Ry. Cultivates 
grain and has several elevators. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Grand Ridge. 
Enterprise— Friday ; Ind; Est.'94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. Strong & Bangs. Circ ®-540' 

GRANITE, 1315; Madison, 64694; 5m NE of St. Louis, 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, Chicago & Alton,. 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis, St. Louis,. 
Chicago & St. Paul, St. Louis Merchants' Bridge Ter- 
minal and Wabash Rys. A manufacturing town. Ex-^ 
press; Telegraph. Stock Yard Bank, East St. Louis. 

Progress— Thursday; Ind; Est.'95; 8pl5x22; 

Sub. 81. J.H.Willis. Circ 

GRAYVILLE, 2065; White, 25386: 35m NW of 
Evansville, junction, I. C. and C. C. C. & St. Louis Rys. 
Here are plaiiing, saw and flour mills and stave manufac- 
tures. A lumber market, trade centre and shii>ping 
point for section. Yal. 8250,000. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Mitchell House. 

Independent— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '59; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .$1.25. V.J. B. Clarke. Circ.3-1450 

Mercury— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 

15 <22; Sub. 81.25. Will J. Sell. Circ... . J-700 

GREENFIELD, 1085; Greene, 23402; 30m SW of 
Jacksonville, junction Quincy, Carrollton & St. Louis, 
and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rys. In an agricul- 
tural and grazing region. Yal. 8690,000. Express;. 
Telegraph. Sheffield & Co., Bankers. Palace Hotel. 

Argus— Friday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '78; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81.50. Vic. H.Haven. Circ -3-695 

GREENUP, 1085; Cumberland, 16124; 45m W of 
Terrc Haute, Ind. on Illinois Central and Yandalia 
Line Rys. Trade centre for 10000 pop. The famous 
Cumberland mineral well is located here. Yal. 8400,- 
000. Express; Telegraph. People's Bank. Couzet 
House. 
Press— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 18x22: 

Sub. 81. The Cunningham Co. Circ ®-1200 

GREEN'VIE'W, 1019; Menard, 14336; 53m SW of 
Hloomington on Chicago & Alton Ry. Coal mining is 
the chief industry. Is trade centre for the eastern 
part of the county. Grain and stock shipping. Yal. 
8117,209. Express; Telegraph. H. H.Marbold, Banker. 
Commercial House. 
Leader-Fridav; Local; Est.'92;4p 17 1-2x22; 

Sub. 81. ifames R. Arnold. Circ ®-800 

GREEN"VILLE, 1899; Bond, 16078: 44m E of Alton, 
111. aud 4',im E of St. Louis, Mo., junction Yandalia Line 
and Jacksonville & St. Louis Rys. Produces and is 
market for corn, wheat and milk, also manufactures 
condensed milk and secret society para])hernalia. Yal. 
8348,968. Express; Telegraph. State Bank of Holies 
& Sons. Thomas House- 
Advocate — Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '58 ; 8p 

15,-,22; Sub. 81.50. AV. W. Lowis. Circ. 1-1450 

Item— Thursday; Ind; Est. '96; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81. (ieo. Perrynian. Circ ;4;-516 

Sun— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '76; lOp 15x22; 

Sub. 81.50. Will C. Wright. Circ 5-1200 

GRIDLEY, 716; McLean, 67843: 40in E of Peoria 
on Toledo, Peoria & Western Ry. Cultivates corn 
and oats, and is a rich agricultural region. Tile and 
brick works, elevators, etc., here. Yal. (tw|).) 8639,- 
254. Express ; Telegraph. State Bank of Gridley. 

Advance— Fridav ; Ind; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.25. "C.S.Rowley. Circ $-300- 

GRIGGSVILLE, 1404; Pike, 31595; 32m W of Jack- 
sonville on Wabash Ry. Yal. 8214,129. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Griggsville Nat. Bank. Commercial Hotel. 

Press— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. '79; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.50. E.E.Williamson. Circ 4-840 



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GROSSDALE, HH; Cook, 1,838.735; 13m SW of 
Chifajio on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Is a 
local trade centre and has electric roads to LaCirange, 
Riverside and Chicago. Val. §334,172. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank, Chicago. 

Magnet— Saturday; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sill), si. E.B.Graham. Circ (3)-800 

Vigilant— Saturday; Est. '00; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

si. Bernard & Melville. Circ ^-300 

HAMILTON, 1344; Hancock, 32215; Oom SW of 
I'eoria on .Mississippi river, opposite Keokuk, la. and on 
Waliash, Toledo and Peoria & AVestern Rys. Unde- 
veloi)ed water power. Has brick yards and wagon 
manufactures. Riverside Mineral Springs Sanitarium 
is here. Val. .?273,620. Express; Telegraph. State 
Bank of Hamilton. Dunlap House. 

Press— Friday ; Rep; Est. '87; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. §1.50. A. L. McArthur. Circ ®-400 

HAMPSHIEE, 7fiO; Kane, 78702; 50m NW of Chi- 
cago on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. Here are 
machine shops, tile and brick plants and lock, cigar and 
grape sugar factories. Raises blooded stock and has 
dairy interests. Val. .?38G,574. Express; Telegraph. 
Kane County Bank. 
Register— Thursday; Ind; Est.'85; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .SI. 50. BrillBros. Circ ®-772 

HANOVER, 785; Jo Daviess, 24533; 17m SE of Ga- 
lena on Chicago, Burlington & Northern Ry. Val. 
<twp.) .§306,646. Express; Telegraph. Hanover Union 
Bank. 
Journal— Thursday ; Non-partisan; Est. '90; 
sp 13x20; Sub. .SI. 50. C. A. Williams. 
Circ '3-500 

HARDIN, -I'J-l; Calhoun, 8917; 30ra NW of Alton; 
nearest railroad point, Columbiana; on Illinois and 
Mississip|)i rivers with freight and jiassenger steamers. 
Has a brick, apple evaporating, stave and hooj) factory 
and coal mine; is also engaged in agriculture. Trade 
centre for the county. Val. .§95,000. Express, Colum- 
biana: Telphone. State Bank, Hardin. 

Leader— Thursday; Rep; Est. '91; 8p 15x20; 

Sub. .SI. 50. W. U. Mortland. Circ S-"*JO 

Times-Herald -Friday; Dem; Est. '72; 8p 

l.'>  22; Sub. SI. 50. H. M. Corrick. Circ.2,V1347 

HARLEM, (P. O. Oak Park) 4085; Cook, 1,838,735; 
9m W and sulnirb of Chicago on Wisconsin Central 
Northwestern, Great Western, Elgin, Chicago & Aurora 
and I. C. Rys. Express; Telegraph. Oak Park State 
Bank. 
Post (German) — Thursday ; Non-Political ; Est. 

'95; 8p 18X24; Sub. $1. Frank Lehmann. 

Circ (D-864 

HARRISBURG*, 2202; Saline. 21085; OOm NE of 
Cairo on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. 
In an iron, lead, zinc and coal mining district. Manu- 
factures hard and soft lumber, sash, doors, brick, tile, 
wagons aud raises fruit. Val. $160,594. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Excelsior House. 

Chronicle— Friday; Rep; Est. '59; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. 25. J. AV. Richardson. Circ. . .(3;-1038 



Herald -Friday; Rep; Est. '90; 4p 18x24; 
Sub. SI. J. S. yeargin& Son. Circ. ' 



D-1150 

Register— Friday; Dem; Est. '69; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. SI. F.M.Pickett. Circ 3-768 

HARVARD, 2602; McHenry, 29759; 63m NW of Chi- 
cago on Madison, AVisconsin & Kenosha div. of C. & 
N. AA'. Ry. Has extensive manufactures of agricultural 
implements and hardware specialties. Machine shops 
of the Chicago Northwestern railroad are here. A'al. 
S345.000. Express; Telegraph. Axtell's Exchange 
Bank. Ayer's Hotel. 

Herald— Thursday; Rep; Est. '87; 8-12p 

15x22; Sub. $1. Harvard Herald Co. 

Circ '3)-1850 

Independent— Thursday; Rep; Est. '66; 8-12p 

15.^ 22; Sub. SI. Emerson & Saunders. 

Circ ®-2160 

HARVEY, 5395; Cook, 1,838,735: (suburb of Chicago, 
S), junction Grand Trunk and Illinois Central Rys. 
Has Bliss & Laughlin, shafting pulleys : Buda Foundry 
-& Mfg. Co., railroad supplies: Ge'o. M. Clark & Co., 
eas stoves; Harvey Boiler AA'orks, C. F. Austin Mfg. 
Co., Chicago Motor A''ehicle Co., AATiiting Foundry 



Equipment Co., Standard Boiler Works, Copper Cliff 
Mining Co., Grapliite Refinery, etc., and other inter- 
ests. Chicago Terminal Transfer to Chicago. E.xpress ; 
Telegraph. ]?ank of Harvey. 

Tribune-Citizen— Saturday; Rep; Est. '90; 8p 

15x22; Sub. SI. A. R. Burkdoll. Circ...S-1200 

HAVANA*, 3268; Mason, 17491; 41m SW of Peoria, 
junction Illinois Central and Chicago, Peoria & St. 
Louis Rys. A metal wheel, gasoline engine, seed drill 
factory and fisheries are the chief industries. Ships 
grain," honey, locust plants and sorghum molasses. 
A great summer resort. Trade centre for surrounding 
towns. A'al. .§393,439. Express; Telegraph. Havana 
Nat. Bank. Taylor House. 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem; Est. '49; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. 50. J. A. Mehlhop. Circ (3)-1750 

Press— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. J.M.Daley. Circ f-SOO 

Republican— Friday ; Rep; Est. '73; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1.50. F. A. High. Circ (i)-960 

HEBRON, 611; McHenry, 29759; 12m N of Wood- 
stock on Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Has dairy and 
farm interests. Val. (t-i\i).) §326,989. Express; Tele- 
phone ; Telegraph. Bank of Hebron. 
Tribune— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. J. O. Boughton. Circ ®-440 

HENNEPIN*, 523; Putnam, 4730; 50m N of Peoria 
on Illinois river; nearest railroad point, Bureau. Ships 
produce by river boats. A'al. (twj).) §294,528. Ex- 
press; Telephone. Putnam County IJank. Hardesty 
House. 

Record— Wednesday; Neutral; Est. '68; 8p 

13x20; Sub. §1.50. I.H.Cook. Circ (3;-700 

HENRY, 1637; Marshall, 16370; 128m AV of Chicago 
on Peoria br. C, R. I. & P. Ry.; on Illinois river witli 
daily passenger boats to Peoria. Has grain elevators, 
cigar and windmill factories. Trade centre and ship- 
ping point for flsh. A'al. §216,949. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank. Camp House. 
Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '52; 8p 
15x22; Sub. §1.50. Geo. Burt & Son. 
Circ S-1805 

Times— Tuesday and Friday ; Dem : Est. '80 ; 
8p 15x22; Sub. §1.50." J. S. Burt & Son. 
Circ (D-940 

HERSCHER, 465; Kankakee, 37154; 16m SAV of 
Kankakee on Chicago div. I. C. Ry. Is a farming 
town and agricultural trade centre. Express; Tele- 
graph. Exchange Bank. 
NeM? Era— Friday ; Ind; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. Geo. Cannon. Circ (3;-350 

HEY'W0RTH,683; McLean, 67043; 12mSof Bloom- 
ington on Illinois Central Ry. Is an agricultural town 
and shipping point for grain. Natural gas and oil 
fields. Express; Telegraph. Hey worth State Bank. 

Natural Gas-Friday; Ind; Est. '80; 8p 

15x22; Sub. §1. J. A. Lasswell. Circ ®-940 

HIGHLAND, 1777; Madison, 64694; 31m NE of St. 
Louis on A'andalia Line Ry. In an agricultural com- 
munity. Here are flour mills, a creamery, distillery, 
brewery, condensed milk factory and embroidery 
works." A'al. §268,785. Express ; Telegraph. Highland 
Bank. Western Hotel. 

Journal— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. J.N.Stokes. Circ (g)-1470 

Leader — Tuesday ; Rep ; Est. 1900 ; 8p 15X 22 ; 

Sub. §1. C. t. Kurz. Circ J-1200 

Union (German) — Friday; Rep; Est. '63: 

8p 18x24; Sub. §1.50. C. T. Kurz. Circ. 3-1400 

HIGHLAND PARK, 2800; Lake, 34504; 24m AV of 

I Chicago on Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Residential 
' city for Chicago business men. Express; Telegraph. 
D. M. Erskine & Co., Bankers. Ingleside Hotel. 

News-Letter-Friday; P:st. '96; 8p 13X20; 
Sub. §1.50. Sheridan Road Pub. Co. 
Circ (D-1000 

HILLSBORO*, 1937; Montgomery, 30836 ; 00m E of 
St. Louis on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. 
Louis Ry. Chief industries : AVagon and harness shops, 
tile andbrick plants, coal mining and large roller and 
sawmills. A'al. §227,616. Express; Telegraph. Hills- 
boro Nat. Bank. City Hotel. 



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Journal— Friday ; Rep: Est. '51; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. J. Bixler. Circ (^-1250 

News -Friday; Dem; Est. '09; 12p 15x20; 

Sub. $1.50. C. W. Bliss & Son. Circ ©-2410 

HINCKLEY, 587; Delialb, 31756; GOmAVof Chicago 
on ( hivago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. In a fertile, 
farming and dairying district. The town has two 
large grain elevators, brick and tile yards, creamery 
and stock raising interests. Express; Telegraph. H. 
D. AVagner & Co., Bankers. Adams House. 
Review— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '78; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. .SI. 25. James A. Fahs. (Prints an 
edition under heading : Leader, Water- 
man.) Comb. Circ (3;-1460 

HINDSBORO, 343; Douglas, 19097; 40m W of Terra 
Haute, Ind. on Peoria div. V. Ry. Has tile factory and 
flouring mills. Is situated in the centre of the greatest 
broom corn and Indian corn belt in the world and is 
trade centre for surrounding territory. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank of Hindsboro. 
News— Friday; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. $1. F. C. Dever. Circ ®-525 

HINSDALE, 2587; Dupage, 28196; 18m SW of Chi- 
cago on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Val. $380,- 
601. Express; Telegraph. Fai-mer & Merchants' 
Bank, Downers Grove. Park Hotel. 

Beacon— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '88; 8p 18x24; 

Suli. 81.50. Beacon Pub. Co. Circ ®-800 

Doings— Saturday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '95; 8-1 2p 

11a15; Sub. $1. Doings Pub. Co. Circ...(i)-972 

Herald— Saturdav : Ind; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. F. E. A. Wright. Circ f-lOOO 

HOMER, 1080; Champaign, 47622; 17m SE of Urbana 
on Wabash Ry. A manufacturing town and trade 
centre for adjoining townships. \k\. $105,269. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. Aetna Hoiise. 

Enterprise— Thursday; Rep; Est. '77; 8p 

15 -22; Sub. $1.50. J.B.Martin. Circ...@-640 

HOOPESTON, 3823 ; Vermilion, 65635 ; 100m S of 
Chicago, junction Chicago & Eastern Illinois and Lake 
Erie & Western Rys. A manufacturing town ]>roduc- 
ing canned goods, canning machinery, cans, tile and 
grain. A local trade centre. Val. $229,013. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Cunningham House. 

Chronicle— Morning; Rep; Est. '81 ; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. S3. Chas. W. Warner. Circ (g;-528 

Chronicle— Thursdav ; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1.50. Chas. W. Warner. 

Circ S-984 

Herald— Saturday; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. L. A- Smith & Co. Circ 0-900 

News— Saturday; Local; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1 . E. Eugene Arter. Circ @-700 

HOPEDALE, 600; Tazewell, 33221; 23m SW of 
Bloomington on Chicago & Alton Ry. In a farming, 
grazing district. Val. (twp.) $352,583. Express; 
Telegraph. Hoi>edale Bank. 

Review— Friday ; Ind; Est. '87; 4p 17x24; 

Sul). $1. AV. H. Smith. Circ ®-600 

HULL, 350; Pike, 31595; 20m .SE of Quincy. junction 
Wabash and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Rys. Has 
farming interests. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Barry. 

Reporter— Saturday ; Est. '94; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1. J. H. Maher. Circ ©-750 

HXTMBOLT, 319; Coles, 34146: l.->in NW of Charleston 
on Illinois Central Ry. Engaged in agriculture. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Bank, Areola. 

News— Friday; Est. '98; 8p 15X22; Sub. 

$1. J. S. "Grant. Circ ®-300 

HUME,, 698 ; Edgar, 28273 ; 31m S of Danville on 
Itoth divisions of C. H. & D. Ry., Springfield and 
Olney branches. Has mule market and grain elevators. 
Trade centre for agricultural section. Val. $450,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Hughes' Bank. 

Record— Saturday ; Non-pol; Est. '90; 8p 
15-22: Sub. $1.50. J. & B. E. Martin. 
Circ (3)-850 

HUTSONVILLE, 743; Crawford, 19240; 30m SW of 
Terre Haute, Ind. on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & 
St. Louis Ry. In farming district. Has tile and brick 
works and saw mill. Val. (twp.) $469,923. Express; 
Telegraph. Hutsonville Bank. 



Herald— Friday; Ind; Est. '91; 4p 17x24; 

Sul). $1. T. L. Apgar. Circ (3-900- 

ILLIOPOLIS, 744; Sangamon, 71593; 20m NE of 
Springtield on Wabash Ry. Farming is the chief in- 
dustry. Val. (tw]).) $450,781. Express; Telegraph. 
Farmers' State Bank. McGuffln House. 

State Centre Record— Friday; Local; Est. '87; 
8p 13X21; Sub. $1. J. B. Higginson. 
Circ 3-1140' 

INDIANOLA, 361; Vermilion, 65835; 20m SW of 
Danville on St. Louis & St. Elmo div. C. & E. I. Ry. 
Manufactures wagons and has agricultural interests- 
and brick factories. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank, Danville. 

Gazette— Thursday ; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

.si. C. Wm. Davis. Circ (i)-396 

INDUSTRY, 463; McDonough, 28412; 12m SE of 
Macomli, Vermont, Adair and Table Grove.nearest rail- 
road points. Farming. Val. (twp.) $321,565. Express ; 
Telegraph. Bank of Industry. 

Enterprise— Thursdav; Ind; Est. '92; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1. Z.A.Avery. Circ @-65(> 

IPAVA, 749; Fulton, 46201 ; 10m SW of Lewiston on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Mines coal and 
has woolen and flour mills. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
of Ipava. 
Independent— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '90; 

8p 15x22; Sub. $1.50. H. W. Jones. Circ..I-761 

IRVING, 675; Montgomery, 30836 ; 6m NE of Hills- 
boro on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. 
Here are saw and flour mills, fruit, dairy and grazing 
interests. Val. (twi>.) $309,121. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Irving. 

Times— Thursday; Local; Est. '89; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. A. K. Vandever. Circ 4>-450 

JACKSONVILLE*, 15078; Morgan, 35006: 33m W of 
Springfleld on Chicago & Alton and Wabash, terminus 
Jacksonville & St. Louis and Chicago. Peoria & St. 
Louis Rys. Has J. Capps & Son, Ltd., woolen mill; 
Rivertoii Coal Co., Illinois Bridge & Machine Co., Brown 
& Bell, foundry and machine shop ; Whitmer Bros., brick 
and tile: Morgan Roller Mill Co. and minor industries, 
employing 600 peojjle with monthly iiay roll of .$15,- 
000; C., P. & St. L. car shops, employing 400 men; 
Fitzsimmons & Kreider Milling Co. Is trade centre 
for Morgan, Scott and parts of Greene and Cass 
counties. Is seat of Illinois College, Illinois Female 
College, Jacksonville Female Academy, Whi])ple Aca- 
demy for Boys, Illinois Institutions for the Education 
of Deaf Mutes and the Blind, Central Illinois Insane 
Hospital, Passavant Memorial Hospital, Brown's Busi- 
ness College, and Our Saviour's Hospital. Has general 
urtice Jacksonville & St. Louis Ry. Val. $3,500,000. 
Elxpress; Telegraph. Jacksonville Nat. Bank. Dunlap 
House. 
Courier — Evening; Dem; Est. '76; 4p 

17 3-4x22 1-4; Sub. $5. G. E. Doying. 

Circ : (g;-900' 

Courier— Wednesdav ; Dem; Est. '55; 12p 
17 3-4x22 1-4; Sub. $1.50. G. E. Doying. 

Circ ©-2800 

Journal— Morning ex Mon ; Rep ; Est. '66 ; 4p 

2()x26; Sub. $7.60. Journal Co. Circ. . 4 -1415- 

Est. '31; 12p 
Journal Co. Circ. . .1,4 -210a 

Rambler— t Si-Mo ; Collegiate ; Est. '78 ; 20p 

9X12; Sub. $1. Rambler Stock Co. Circ...i4)-44(> 

JERSEYVILLE*, 3517; Jersey, 14612; 50m N of St. 
Louis on Kansas City br. C. & A. and Chicago, Peoria 
& St. Louis Rys. Has shoe lactory, novelty works, 
three cigar factories and fence post factory. Is farm- 
ing trade centre for country. Val. $500,000. Express ; 
Telegraph. Nat. Bank of Jerseyville. Commercial 
Hotel. 
Democrat— Evening; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 

17 ■:24; Sub. $5. J.M.Page. Giro (J)-300' 

Democrat— Thursdav ; Dem: Est. '65; 12p 

15 -22; Sub. $1.50. J.M.Page. Circ... .4-1800' 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '65; 8p 
15-22: Sub. $1.50. Jerseyville Repub- 
lican Cd. Circ (4-1200 

JOHNSTON CITY, (Lake Creek P. 0.)787; Williamson, 
27796 ; 6m N of Marion on C. ct E. I. Ry., and terminus 
of the Illinois Central. Cape & Johnston City Branches. 
Chiefly interested in agriculture, fruit raising and min- 
ing. Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Marion. 



Journal— Wednesday ; Rep ; 
15x22; Sub. $1.50. Jour 



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Progress — Thursday; Rep; Est, 
ir)X22; Sub. §1. R.W.Jones. 



'97; 8p 
Circ (f-eOO 



JOLIET*, 2',I353; Will, 747(U:40ni .SW of Chicago 
(in Chicago & Alton, Santa Fe, Rock Island and Elgin, 
.loliet & Eastern, terminus .Toliet div. M. C. Rys.; on 
Illinois & Michigan canal, with slack water navigation 
to Mississippi river. Has Federal Steel Co., American 
Steel & Wire Co., Phoenix Horseshoe Works, 3IcKenna 
Steel Works, Oliver Oatmeal Mills, Hlinois Match Co., 
American Car Co., Fox Solid Pressed Steel Co., Bates 
^lachine Co., Consolidated Barbwire Co., Joliet Stove 
Works, four Ry. shops and minor industries, employ- 
ing 10000 people. Joliet is farming and manufac- 
turing trade centre for Will, Grundy and parts of 
Kankakee, Kendall and Cook counties. ' Seat of North- 
ern Illinois State Penitentiary, St. Francis Academy 
and Swedish Orphan Asylum. Yal. 85,34:5,000. Ex- 
]>ress; Teleffraph. Joliet Nat. Bank. Hotel Munroe. 

Amerikanski Slovenec— Friday ; Ind; Est. 

"'.»2; ip 15X22; Sub. .?2. Jos. F. Buh. 

Circ. . . .'. @-1200 

General-Anzeiger (German) — Saturday ; Est. 

"'.10: Sp 18 < 2-4; ^1.50. Richard Zintsch. 

Circ (i)-1440 

News— Evening; Ind; Est. '77; 4-12p 17x22; 

Sub. .S4. News Co. Circ (D-6576 

News— Thursday; Ind; Est. '77; 8p 17x22; 

Sub. .SI. News Co. Circ (D-2523 

Republican— Evening; Rep; Est. '47; 6-12p 

15x22; Sub. .§2.60. Republican Printing 

Co. Circ D-6794 

Republican— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '47 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sul). si. Republican Printing Co. Circ.. S;-1800 

JONESBORO*, 1130: Union, 2201O; 30m N of Cairo 
on Mobile & Ohio Ry. A great fruit growing town. 
Val. §Ht4,G'.t7. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Jones- 
boro. Roberts House. 

Gazette— Saturday ; Dem: Est. '49; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. .§1. A.S.Tibbets. Circ (5-1200 

KANKAKEE*, 13595; Kankakee, 37154; 56m S of 
Chicago on Illinois Central, Cleveland, Cincinnati, 
Chicago & St. Louis, Indiana, Illinois & Iowa, Kanka- 
kee & Seneca and Kankakee & Southwestern Rys. 
Manufactures agricultural implements, iron bedsteads 
and has Bradley Buggy Works, knitting factory, piano 
factory. Lumber Co., church furniture, and "novelty 
works' Is trade centre for county. Has Illinois Eastern 
Insane Hospital. Emerg-encv Hospital and Conservatory 
of Music. Val. .S1.300';000; Express; Telegraph. City 
Nat. Bank. Hotel Lafayette. 

Democrat— Evening ; Ind ; Est. '92 ; 4p 22X 24 ; 

Sub. .^5. 20. Collins & Smith. Circ (D-1668 

Democrat— Tuesday and Friday; Ind; Est 



^«'. 



4p 22X24; Sub. ijil. Collins & 



Smith. Circ X-3000 

Gazette— Evening: Rep; Est. '96; 4p 17X24; 

Sub. .*5. Chas. Holt & Sons. Circ ®-640 

Gazette— Tuesday and Fridav; Rep; Est. '53; 
4p 17x24; Sub. .*il.50. Clias. Holt & Sons. 
Circ (1)-1250 

Journal— Friday : Rep; Est. '99; 8p 17x23; 

Sub. S2. Henry Goodman. Circ J -900 

Times— Evening; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 
20x26; Sub. §5. Dunlap & Livingston. 
Circ i^-QOO 

Times— Tuesday and Friday : Rep ; Est. '67 ; 4p 
20x26; Sub. .§1. Dunlap & Livingston. 
( 'ire '3-2200 

KANSAS, 1049; Edgar, 28273; 32m AV of Terre 
Haute, Ind., junction Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & 
St. Louis and Chicago div. P., D. & E. Rys. A manu- 
facturing town having tile factories, shops of the 
Peoria, Decatur & Evansville Ry. and large canning 
factory. Val. .slO7,710. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank. Antler House. 

Journal— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '70; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .SI. 50. O. H. Ault. Circ @-700 

KEITHSBTJRG, 1566; Mercer, 20945; 82m NW of 
(ialesbuig on Mississippi river, Chicago, Burlington & 
Quincy and I. C. Rys. Surrounded by farm lands. 
Val. .$185,107. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' Bank. 
Commercial Hotel. 

News— Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '74; 8p 
17 1-2x22; Sub. $1.50. John C.Lochner. 
Circ (a-900 



KENNEY, 584; Dewitt, 18972; 3«m NE of Spring- 
held, junction A'andalia I.ine and Illinois Central Rys. 
An agricultural town. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Kenney. Hotel Pythian. 

Gazette— Friday ; Neutral ; Est. '85; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .$1. S. A. Edwards. Circ (D-672 

Herald— Friday; Ind; Est. '93; 8p 16X23; 

Sub. .?1. Chas. Pence. Circ fi-420 

KENSINGTON, 2500: Cook, 1,838,735; 14m S of 
Chicago on Illinois Central, Michigan Central and 
Chicago & Eastern Illinois Rys. Union Depot and Illi- 
nois Central Depot. Transfer houses and shops of 
Michigan Central Ry. Exiuess; Telegraph. Pullman 
Loan & Savings Bank, Pullman. 

Enterprise-Review— Saturday : Ind-Rep; Est. 
'81; Spl,->-22; Sub. .*1. J. Claude Hill. 
(Prints editions under same name for Pull- 
man, Roseland, West IMlIman and Fern- 
wood). Comb. Circ (3)-1980 

KEWANEE, <S382: Henry, 40049; 131m WSW of 
Chicago on Burlington Ry. Has Western Tube Co., 
employing 3500 men; Kewanee Boiler Co., Peters' 
Pump Co., Boss Mfg. Co. and minor interests, with 
monthly pay roll of .S200,000. Val. .§2,500,000. 
Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Main. 

Star-Courier— Evening; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 

16 X 22 ; Sub. $5. AVill Curtis. Circ (1-2410 

Ptiblisher's Statement. — The Daily Star-Courier 
has increased in circulation during the last five years 
at the rate of 25 jier cent a year. It goes into hine- 
tenths of the homes in Kewanee and into most of the 
homes on the Rural mail delivery routes which run 
out from Kewanee. The Weekly .Star-Courier circu- 
lates generally over Henry County and in the edge of 
adjoining counties. Sworn circulation statements 
issued monthly. 

Star-Courier— Wednesday ; Rep ; Est. '75 ; 8p 

IS ,22: Sub. *1. 50. Will Curtis. Circ... X-1522 

Verdict — Semi- Weekly; Ind; Est. '70; 8p 

15X22: Sub. .§1.50. H.L. Throop. Circ.f)-1.540 

KINMTJNDY, 1300; Marion, 3044G ; 229m S of Chi- 
cago on Chicago & Cairo div. I. C. and St. Louis & St. 
Elmo div. C. & E. I. Rys. Has coal mine, flour and 
saw mills and machine shoj). In centre of great orchard 
country. Trade center for mining territory. Val. .§256- 
599. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' & Merchants' 
Bank. Squier's Hotel. 

Express— Tuesday and Friday; Ind; Est. '83; 

4p 15x22; .Sub. §1. F. O. Grissom. Circ. 3 -900 

Horticultural Visitor— Monthly :Horticulture ; 
Est.'!i5: lOp UX12: Sub. 50c. E. G. Men- 
denhall. Circ J -3000 

Journal— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '98; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. .§1. Jas. N. Barnes. Circ @-584 

KIRKWOOD, 1008; Warren. 23163; 7m SW of Mon- 
mouth on Chicago, Burlington & (Juincy Ry. In farm- 
ing district. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Tremont house. 

Leader— Wednesday : Ind ; Est. '81 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. §1.50. W.D.Campbell. Circ ff-740 

KNOXVILLE, 1857; Knox, 43612: 5m SE of Gales- 
burg on Galesburg & Peoria l)r. C, B. & Q. Ry. Here 
are flour mills and carriage factories. A trade centre 
for manufacturing jiopulace. Val. §366, 38Q. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Farmers' Nat. Bank. Hotel Bruns- 
wick. 

Republican — Wednesday : Rep: Est. '55; 8p 

15,s22; Sub. §1. O.L. Campbell. Circ ij)-1200 

LACON*, 1601; Marshall, 1()370 ; 30m N of Peoria on 
New Chicago & Peoria Short Line C. & A. Ry. : on Illi- 
nois river with line of steamboats. Has coal mines, 
woolen mills, granite and marble works. Great resort 
for Chicago duck hunters. Has the only pontoon 
bridge in Illinois. Trade centre for eastern and central 
Marshall county and is a summer resort. Val. §191.772. 
Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Thomas House. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '52; 8p 
17 1-2x24; Sub. .§1.50. R. McNiell. 
Circ 3 -1750 

Journal— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '36; 8-12p 

14x22; Sub. §1.50. Chas. F. Hacker. Circ.^-1350 



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LA GRANGE, 5000; Cook, 1,838.735; (suburb of 
( hirago, 14111 SW) on Burlington and Chicago. Ham- 
mond & Western Rys. Trolley to Chicago and inter- 
vening suburbs. Re'sidential. Val. .«3()0,000. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of La Granare. Blackwood Hotel. 

News— Saturday ; Local; Est. '84:; 4:p 18x24; 

Sul). SI. C.A.Whitney. Giro O;-750 

Saturday Call-Est. '95; 8p 13X20; Sub. $1. 

.las. \V. Turner. Circ g;-1150 

Times— Saturday; Ind; Est. '97; 4p 11X15; 

Sub. $1. H. T. AV'alkington. Circ 

LA HAEPE, 1591; Hancock, 32215; 83m W of 
I'eiiria nn main line and Burlington br. T., ]'. & \V. By. 
Has tidiir mills. Inick and tile works and creameries. 
Agricultural trade centre for Hancock, Henderson and 
McDonougli counties. Val. .?184,107. Express; Tele- 
grai)h. La Harpe State Bank. Tremont House. 

La Harper— Friday ; Ind; Est. '74; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. J. C. Coulson. Circ 1-1150 

Quill— Tuesday; Ind: Est. '92; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. .S1.5()". Wilkinson & Morford. Circ. 3-1050 

LAKE CREEK, 523; Williamson, 2779G; Gm N of 
Maridu uiu . & E. L Ry., eastern terminal of Hlinois Cen- 
tral. Cape & Johnson City br. Chiefly interested in 
agriculture, fruit raising and mining. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank, Marion. 

Progress— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '96 ; 8p 15X24 ; 

Sub. , SI. R.W.Jones. Circ ®-760 

LAKE FOREST, 2215; Lake, 34504; 28m XW of 
Cliiiag< I on i^ake Michigan and Chicago & Milwaukee 
br. C. & N. W. Ry. and Chicago and Milwaukee Electric 
Lines. Grows and ships an immense quantity of roses. 
Has cattle raising interests and Lake Forest Univer- 
sity is located here. Val. .§830,815. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank, Waukegan. 

Lake Forester— Saturday; Rep; Est. '96; 8p 

14 • 2(1; Sub. .SI. D. W. Hartman. Circ. .'J-eOO 

Stentor — Wednesday; Collegiate; Est. '85; 
20p8Xll; Sub. .$1.50. A. L. Yeomans. 
Circ (f -375 

LAMOILLE, 576; Bureau, 41112; 23m SE of Dixon 
on ( linton br. C, B. & Q. Ry. Has tile, brick and 
canning factories, the largest wood working establish- 
ment in Bureau county and an abundant supjily of 
natural gas. A local trade centre. Val. (twp.) .S487,"418. 
Express; Telegraph. Norris & Woods, Bankers. 
Hills House. 

Gazette— Friday ; Rep; Est. '89; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. 50. J. H. Showalter. Circ @-480 

LANARK, 1306; Carroll, 18963; 21m SW of Free- 
jicirt on Uarine & Southwestern div. C. M. cV" St. P. Rv. 
Produces grain and is shipping point for an agricul- 
tural district. Val. S272,O0(). Express; Telegraph. 
First IN'at. Bank. Lanark House. 

Gazette— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '63; 8p 

17x24; Sub. Sl.oO. W. G. Wild. Circ...S-1300 

LA SALLE, 10446; Lasallc, 87776; 100m SW of 
Chicago on Rock Island, Illinois Central and .Streator 
& Walnut br. C, B. & Q., terminus La Salle & Bureau 
County Rys.; on Illinois & Michigan canal and Illinois 
river, "with passenger and freight steamers to I'eoria, 
connecting with Mississippi river steamers. Has 
Matthicson iV Hegeler Zinc Co., largest in the world, 
K )( 10 employees; AVestern Clock Mfg. Co.. 500 em- 
ployees; La Salle County Carbon Co, 1800 men; 
monthly pay roll of S70,000 and minor industries. 
Seat of St. Bede College and St. Mary's Hospital. Val. 
,'9!701,012. Express; Telegraph. La Salle Nat. Bank. 
Harrison House. 

Post— Fvening; Dem; Est. "76; 4p 16X22; Sub. 

S2,50. J. & R. A. McLaughlin. Circ (D-1750 

Tribune— Evening; Rep; Est. '86; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). $4. W.T.Bedford. Circ 1-1472 

Tribune— Friday; Rep; Est. '86; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). §1.50. W.T.Bedford. Circ X-800 

LATHAM, -129; Logan, 28680; 18m SE of Lincoln on 
l'('iiii;i . Decatur & Evansville Ry. A coal mining and 
agricultural town. Express; Telegrai)h. Bank of 
Latham. 

Tribune— Friday : Local; Est. '92; 8p 12x18; 

Sub. .SI. E. Drum & Son. Circ @-300 



LAWRENCEVILLE*, 1300: Lawrence, 16523; 9m 
\\' of \iiicennes. Ind. on Cairo div. C, C, C. & .St L. 
and Baltimore i.^- Southwestern Rys. Manufacturing 
and agriculture are the chief industries. Val. (twp.) 
S325.846. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Lawrence- 
ville. 

Democratic Herald— Thursday ; Dem; Est. 

'71;4p20A26;Sub.Sl. C.F.Breen. Circ..®-850 
News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. Lawrence County Xews Co. Circ.l)-1500 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '47; 8p 

15x22; Sub. SI. J. B. Stout. Circ gj-lOSO 

LEAF RIVER, 507 ; Ogle, 29129; 11m NW of Oregon 
on Chicago, Milwaukee >V' St. Paul Ry. Manufactures 
carriages and has a creamery. Express; Telegrajih. 
Leaf River Bank. 

Mirror— Thursday : Rep; Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. Emery I. Neff. Circ ®-420 

LEBANON, 1812 ; St. Clair, 86(585 ; 24m E of St. Louis 
on Baltimore OC C)hio Southwestern Ry. Milling and 
coal mining are the chief industries. Trade centre and 
summer resort. Val. S138.819. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank. Bishop House. 

Journal— Friday; Rep; Est. '67; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. S1.50. W.L.Jones. Circ (^-550 

Leader— Friday ; Ind; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. H. F. Gadeky . Circ % -625 

LELAND, 634; Lasalle, 87876; 22m N of Ottawa on 
Chicago, Burlington & (.^lincy Ry. Express ; Tele- 
graph. Leland Bank. Leland House. 

Times — Thursday ; Rep; Est. '97; 4p 
17 1-2x24; Sub. SI. 25. G. S. Vickery. 
Circ (3)-400 

LEMONT, 2440; Cook, 1,838,735; 25m SW of Chicago 
on ( bicago & Alton, Atchison, Topeka & Saute FeRys. 
and Illinois & Michigan Canal and Chicago Drainage 
& Ship Canal. So called Athens marble quarried here. 
Has aluminum and concrete factories, breweries, vest 
and clothing factory and bottling houses. Val. S194,- 
796. Express ; Telegraph. Lemont Sfcvte Bank. Amer- 
ican House. 

Observer and Ledger— Friday ; Ind; Est. '92; 

8pl6X22, Sub. SI. J.A.Howard. Circ. 4-1100 

LENA, 1252 ; Stephenson, 34933 ; 38m E of Galena on 
Illinois Central Ry. An agricultural, cattle raising 
town. Val. S195,406. Express; Telegraph. Lena 
Bank. Lena Hotel. 
Star— Friday; Rep; Est. '66; 8p 18x24; Sub. 

S1.5(). I. S. Crotzer. Circ 



LEONORE, 300; Lasalle, 87776; 20m SW of Ottawa 
on Chicago, Burlington & (iuincy Ry. Manufacturing 
and agriculture. Express; Telegraph. Tonica Ex- 
change Bank, Tonica. 

Gazette— Friday; Ind; Est. '97; (Jp 13x20; 

Sub. SI. J. D. Buingarner & Co. Circ @-750 

LERNA, 396; Coles, 34146; 9iu SW of Charleston on 
Peoria div. Illinois Central and Toledo, St. I>ouis & 
Kansas City Rys. Great broom, corn and fruit country. 
Farming. Express; Telegrajih. 3Iattoon Xat. Bank, 
Mattoon. 
Eagle — Thursday; Reji; Est. 1902; 4p 

17 1-2X24; Sub. SI. G. Lay Wolfe. Circ.J)-1000 

LEROY, 1629; McLean, 67843; 16m SE of Blooni- 
intgon on C, C, C. & St. L. and terminus Rantoul br. 
I. C. Rys. Has machine shops and is trade centre 
for agricultural sections. Express; Telegraph. Citi- 
zens' Tsank. Ferguson House. 

Journal — Friday; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 

17x24; Sub.'Sl. J. M. Zellhoefer. Circ. 3-1800 

Laconic — Thursday; Local; Est. '94; 12p 

17  24; Sub. SI. J. D. Clevenger. Circ..3-1800 

LEWISTOWN*, 3224; Fulton, 50000; 40m SW of 
Peoria on St. Paul A: St. Louis line C, B. & Q. and 
Narrow (iauge Rys. Makes heavy shipments of butter, 

frain, live stock and fruits for an agricultural section, 
lines coal. A trade centre for industrial districts. 
Val. S329,532. Express; Telegraph. Lewistown Nat. 
l?ank. Painter House. 
Democrat— Wednesday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '55; 
8-12p 15x22; Sub. S1.50. W.T.Davidson. 

Circ S-1500 

News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '75; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. S1.50. "Lute C. Breeden. Circ (J)-1150 



ILLINOIS. 



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Kecord— Evening: Rep; Est. '90; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. SS. Newton Ot Dwall. Circ @-480 

Hecord— Thursdav ; Rep; Est. '8'J; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. •Jl.oO. Newton & Dwall. Circ ©-IIOO 

XEXINGTON, 1415; McLean, 67843: 15m NE of 
lUiMiniiiigtdu on Chicago & Alton Ry. Has horse and 
cattle raising and farming interests. Val. .«144,4:68. 
Exjtress: Telegraph. State Bank of Lexington. Lex- 
ington Hotel. 
Unit— Thursday : Ind ; Est. '82 ; 8pl5x22 ; Sub. 

si. E. F. VVright. Circ 3-1'iOO 

LIBERTYVILLE, 864; Lake, 34504; 36m NW of 

Chicago on Chicaw, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. In 
timber and agricultural region. Val. (twp.) .'?50<»,000. 
E:xpress: Telegraph. Lake County Bank. 
Independent-Friday; Ind; Est. '92; 8p 
15x22; Sub. §1.50. Frank H. Just. 
(Prints editions under headings : Grayslake 
Independent, Lake County Independent 
and Cook County Independent.) Comb. 
Circ X'-1484 

LINCOLN*, 89G2; Logan, 28680; 156m SW of Chi- 
cago on Chicago & Alton, Peoria, Decatur & Evansville 
and Havana br. I. C. Rys. Has Lincoln Cork Paced 
Collar Co., excelsior and casket factories, cellulose 
factory, three coal shafts, employing 300 people, 
with monthlv pay roll of .'s;12,000, and the Lincoln 
Mattress Mfg. Co. mattress factory. Trade centre for 
county with annual trade of .«;l,000,000. Has State 
Asylum for Feeble Minded Children and Odd Fellows' 
Home for Illinois. Seat of Lincoln University. Val. 
$808,007. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Lincoln House. 

Courier— Evening: Dem;Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .:i;5. Courier Co. Circ @-1135 

Times-Courier— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; 

Est. "JO; 8p 15x22; Sub. i^l. Courier Co. 

Circ (D-3140 

Herald — Thursday ; Rep; Est. '56; 12-lGp 

15X22; Sub. $1. Morris Emerson. Circ.3;)-2022 

News-Herald- Evening; Rep; Est. '75; 8p 

l.">  lili; Sub. .$5. Morris Emerson. Circ...v3;)-976 

Volksblatt-Rundschau (C4erman)— Thursday ; 
Ind-Dem; Est. "74; 12-24p 17x23; Sub. 
S1.50. Paul F. Mueller. Ph. D. (Dated at 
I)ccatur also.) Comb. Circ (D-2453 

LITCHFIELD, 3587; Montgomery, 30836; 50m NE 
•of St. Louis, :Mo. on AVabash, Big Four, Illinois Central, 
Jacksonville A: St. Louis, Quincy. Carrollton & St. 
Louis Rvs. Has Litchfield Car & Machine Co., Litch- 
^eld Mining iV' Mercantile Co., Bumaun Mfg. Co., sii)hon 
oilcans; Litchfleld Brick & Tile Co., Litchfield Bottle 
•Crlass Co. and minor industries. Is trade centre for 
Montgomery, Macoupin and Bond counties. Val. 
.^641.718. 'Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Xitchfield Hotel. 

Herald— Evening; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .S5. R. P. Boulton. Circ (J)-350 

Herald— Thursday; Dem; Est. '88: 8p 20x24; 

Sub. SI. 50. R. P. Boulton. Circ ®-750 

Monitor— Tuesday and Friday ; Rep ; Est. '63 ; 
4p 15x22; Sub. §1.50. S.W.Kissinger. 
Circ ®-1100 

Mutual Protective League— Monthly; Fra- 
ternal Insurance; Est. '97: 4p 15X22; 
.Sub. 50c. E. E. Burson. Circ (D-20708 

News— Evening; Rep; Est. '97; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. .§5. News Ptg. Co. Circ ®-550 

News-Register— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; 
Est. '94; 12p 15x22 ; Sub. .§1. News Pub. 
Co. Circ ij)-1130 

LITTLE YORK, 334; Warren, 23103; 11m NW of 
IMonnioiith on Eastern & Illinois div. I. C. Ry. Sur- 
rounded by farmlands. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Little York. 
Ensign— Thursday ; Ind: Est. '85; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. SI. J.LeeMcDill. Circ ®-400 

LOCKPORT, 2875; AVill, 74704; 35m SW of Chicago 
on Saute Fe. Alton and Elgin, Joliet & Eastern, and 
Chicago cV Joliet Rys. Has Barrows Lock Co., Norton 
& Co., Hour; American Straw Board Co. and minor in- 
dustries employing 300 people. Is trade centre for 
farming and manufacturing section with annual trade 
of 8900,000. Val. 8237,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Lockport Ex. Bank. Center House. 



Republican— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. 
13x20; Sub. 81. E. B. Gorrell. 



Journal— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '96; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81- James A. Howard. Circ ®-1100 

Phoenix-Advertiser— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '77 ; 
8p 15  2L': Sul). 81-25. Will County Ptg. 
Co. (I'rints ctlitions under same name for 
Frankfort, Lemont,Minookaand Mokena.) 
Comb. Circ (l;-2225 

LODA, 688: Iroquois, 38014; 4m NE of Paxton on 
Illinois Central Ry. Is trade centre for farming re- 
gion. Val. (twp.) 8207,442. Express; Telegraph. 
A. Goodell & Sons Co., Bankers. 
Register— Thursday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '76; 8p 

17;r24: Sub. 81.50. J. C. Dunham. Circ.(l)-430 

LONDON MILLS, 528; Fulton, 46201; 19m SE of 
Galesburg on Eastern & Illinois div. I. C. and Fulton 
Co. N. G. Ry. Has agricultural interests. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of London Mills. 
Times— Friday ; Ind ; Est. '88; 8-12p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.50. Willis W. Vose. Circ ®-1123 

LOUISVILLE*, 646; Clay, 19553; 100m SE of 
Springfield on Baltimore & Ohio Ry. Agriculture. 
Val. (twp.) 8739,915. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' 
& Merchants' Bank. Metropolitan House. 
Ledger— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '68;8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. O.C.Gaston. Circ (J)-750 

Est. '95; 8p 

Circ ®-600 

LOVTNGTON, 815; Moultrie, 15224; 20m SE of Deca- 
tur, junction Wabash and Vandalia Line Rys. A ship- 
ping point for farming section, raising vegetables, live 
stock and grain. Val. (twp.) 8527,323. Express; 
Telegraph. Hardware Bank. 
Reporter-Friday; Ind; Est. '91; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81. Int. Stanley & Co. Circ (D-1150 

LUDLOW, 306 ; Champaign, 47622 ; 22m N of Urbana 
on Illinois Central Ry. In a fertile farm region. Raises 
live stock. Express ; Telegraph. Bank, Paxton. 

Leader — Thursday ; Non-pol ; Est. '98 ; 4p 
17 1-2X24; Sub. $1. Gilbreath & Snyder. 
Circ ':3:-240 

McHENRY, 1013; McHenry, 29759; 50m NW of 
Chicago on Fox River and Crystal Lake Short Line br. 
C. & N. W. Ry. A local trade centre for outlying farm- 
ing community. Summer resort. Val. (twp.) 8592,736. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of McHenry. Riverside 
House. 
Plaindealer-Thursday; Rep; Est. '75; 8p 

16 I'o; Sub. 81.50. Plaindeahjr Co. Circ.;3)-1500 

MACKINAW, 859: Tazewell, 33221; 20m W of 
Bloomington, .iunction Peoria div. V. L. and Peoria & 
Eastern div. C, C, C. & St. L. Rys. Has carriage 
and wagon factories and manufactures farm imple- 
ments. Val. (twp.) 8298,022. Express; Telegraph. 
Mackinaw Bank. City Hotel. 

Enterprise-Gazette — Thursday ; Dem ; Est. 

'85 ;.Sp 13,-. 20; Sub. $1. E.M.Garlick. Circ. 3 -870 

McLEAN, 532; McLean, 67843; 15m SW of Bloom- 
ington on Chicago & Alton Ry. A shipping point and 
trade centre for an agricultural population. The 
town has stock raising interests also. Express; Tele- 
graph. C. C. Aldrich & Son, Bankers. 
Lens— Friday; Local; Est. '80; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. 81.5o. Crihfield Bros. Circ ®-300 

McLEANSBORO*, 1758; Hamilton, 20197; 48m SE 
of Centralia, terminus Shawneetown div. L. A: N. Ry. 
Here are woolen, saw and flouring mills. Produces 
grain, cattle and lumber. A commercial centre for 
industrial district. Val. 8189,370. Express; Tele- 
graph. Hamilton County Bank. New Grand Hotel. 

Leader-Thursday; Rep; Est. '82; Sp 13x20; 

Sub. 81. C.M.Lyons. Circ (3)-1100 

Times— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '68; 8p 20x26; 

Sub. 81. M. E. Daniel. Circ (3)-960 

MACOMBN 5375; McDonough, 28412; 200m SW of 
Chicago on Burlington Route. Has Buckeye, Macomb 
Pottery companies, Illinois Mfg. Co., Macomb Sewer 
Pipe factories, brick; Macomb Stoneware Co., J. L. 
Gribble. A. D. Curtis, carriages; employing 1000 peo- 
ple. Is second largest stoneware town in America. 
Western Illinois State Normal School ; P. H. Tiernan, 
brick factory: Sewer I'ljie & Paving Co. Is farming 
trade centre lor surrouniling country. Val. 8751,696. 
Express; Telegraph. I'nion Nat. Bank. Hotel 
Chandler. 



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By-Stander— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '81; 8p 
17x2-t; Sub. .^1.50. Van L. Hampton. 
Circ ($-2640 

Eagle— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '56; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. Eagle Printing Co. Circ J'i-2390 

Journal— Evening; Rep; Est. '94; 8-12p 
15x22; Sub. $4.50. Journal Printing Co. 
Circ Cl)-992 

Journal— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '55; 8-16p 
15x22; Sub. .•ji'l.oO. Journal Printing Co. 
Circ @-2164 

Times— Thursday; Dem; Est. '98; 8p 15X22; 
Sub. .•*!. W'. R. Holly and H. P. Wetten- 
gel. Circ (3;-1200 

MACON, 705; Macon, 44003; 10m S of Decatur on 
Illinois Central Ry. Agriculture and live stock are the 
leading industries. Val. .S7G,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. Commercial Hotel. 
Record— Thursday ; Local; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). .^1. C. W. Cram. Circ @-1260 

MADISON. 4000; situated ujion east banks of Mississ- 
ippi river, on O. & A., Wabash, Clover Leaf, Big Four, 
1. C. K^s. and Merchants terminal. Express. Bank at 
(Jianite City. 

Harlan Record— Published four times a year; 
Intt-rest of the Harlan Family; Est' '02; 
25-30p 9X12; Sub. $1; J. W. Harlan; 
Circ ^-10000 

Tri-City Union — Friday: Ind; Est. '95, 8p 

13X20; Sub. .•>!. J. W. Harlan. Circ... .(E-1200 

MAHOMET, 515; Champaign, 47622; 38m SE of 
Bloomington on Peoria & Eastern div. C, C, C. & St L. 
Ry. Has feed and saw mills and grain elevator. Val. 
(twp.) .s339,941. Express; Telegraph. Mahomet Bank. 
I^nion House. 

Sucker State— Satin-day ; Ind; Est. '79; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .SI. F. L. Maxey. Circ ®-500 

MAKANDA, 528 ; Jackson, 33871 ; 8m S of Carbon- 
dale on Jllinois Central Ry. Fruit raising is the prin- 
cipal occupation and Mak'anda is an important fruit 
shipping point. Has several fine mineral springs. Val. 
(twp). .$145,121. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank, Carbondale. 

Star— Saturday ; Local; Est. '99; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. fl. A.C.Hickman. Circ 

MALTA, 507; Dekalb, 31756; 64m W of Chicago on 
C. A:N. W. Ry. Farming. Val. (twp.) ,'?366,592. Ex- 
l)ress; Telegraph. Malta Exchange Bank. 

Record— Wednesday ; Local; Est. '86; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .*ir.25. T. J. Winders. Circ. .>i-400 

MANITO, 561; Mason, 17491 ; 12m SW of Pekin on 
Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis Ry. Agriculture. Val. 
(twp.) .'i;222,205. Express; Telegraph. People's Bank. 
Express— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '91 ;.8p 15x22; 

Snb. .S1.25. S.A. Diehl. Circ (D-650 

MANSFIELD, 708; Piatt, 17706; 32m SE of Bloom- 
ington on Big Four and AYabash Ry. crossing. A cattle, 
horse and grain raising town. Express; Telegraph. 
State Bank of Mansfield. Hotel Monroe. 

Express— Friday; Ind; Est. '82; 8p 13x20; 

Sail. . SI. J. W. Hilligoss. Circ @-550 

MANTENO, 932; Kankakee, 37154; 47m SW of 
Chicago on Illinois Central Rv. Ships live stock, 
grain, milk and fruit. Val. (twp') ,§290,491. Exi)ress; 
Telegrai)h. Citizens' State Bank. Jackson House. 

Independent— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '86 ; 8p 

i:!  20; Sub. .$1. F. S. Breen. Circ (f -540 

MARENGO, 2005:McHenry, 29759; 27m E of Rock- 
ford on Rockford. Freeport & Dubuque ))r. C. & N. W. 
Ry. In an agricultural section. Here are foundries and 
large nurseries and flour mills. A local trading centre. 
Val. §21 7, 090. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
• Barnes House. 

News— Thursday: Ind; Est. '92; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. .S1.50. Scofleld & Co. (Prints an 
edition under same name for Huntley.) 
Comb. Circ ®-780 

Republican— Friday; Rep; p;st. '68; 8p 

15  22; Sub. .11.50. J. B. Babcock. Circ.®-1260 

MARION*, 4275; AVilliamson, 29900; 12m E of 
Carbondale, on junc tion C. & E. I. and Illinois Central 
Rys. Is shipping p oint and commercial centre for a 



rich agricultural, coal mining and cattle raising region. 
Here are flouring mills and the town has good grain ancl 
tobacco business. Great mule and horse market. Val. 
$875,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Commercial House. 

Leader— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .si. O.J.Page. Circ ®-1000 

News— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. .Si. W.R.Lee. Circ ®-55a 

Press— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '75; 4p 20x26; 

Sub -SI. Casey & Washburn. Circ T-800 

MARISSA, 1086; St. Clair, 86685; 23m SE of Belle- 
ville on Illinois Central Ry. Has coal mining and 
farming interests. Val. (twp.) .§330,478. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Marissa. Campbell House. 
Messenger— Friday; Local; Est. '87; 8p 

20x26; Sub. .$i. R. S. Coulter. Circ {J-SoO 

MAROA, 1213; Macon, 44003; 13m N of Decatur on 
Dubuque, Free])ort & Centralia br. I. C. and Vandalia 
Line Rys. A shiiqiing jioint for grain growing and live 
stock raising district. Val. .§135.677. Exjiress. Tel- 
egraph. Citizens' Bank. Columbia House. 

News-Times— Friday ; Ind; Est. '02; 8p 
17X24; Sub. $1.25. Carter & Newter. 
Circ j;-1590 

MARSEILLES, 2559; Lasalle, 87776; 76m SW of 
Chicago on Illinois river, Illinois & Michigan Canal and 
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry. A coal mining 
town and large grain market. Has" good water power 
and manufactures paper, furniture, farm tools and 
flour. A trade centre for section. Val. 8203,837. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Transient 
House. 
Plaindealer— Friday ; Rep; Est. '76; 4p 

15x22; Sub. 75c. Terry Simmons. Circ..?i-520 
Register— Evening ex Sun; Rep; Est. '99; 
°4p 14X22; Sub. 10c. per week. J. M. 
Nicholson. Circ 3-500 

Register— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '66 ; 8p 

14-22; Sub. .§1.50. J. M. Nicholson. Circ. 3 -600 

MARSHALL, 2077; Clark, 24033; 16m W of Terre 
Haute, Ind. on Vandalia and Cairo div. Big Four Rys. 
Trade centre for (lark county. Val. .§181,320. E'x- 
press: Telegraph. Dulaney Nat. Bank. Leading hotel, 
New Marshall House. 

Acorn— Fridav ; Rep; Est. '81; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. T. W. Clark. Circ ®-500 

Democrat— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '53; 8p 

17 1-2x24; Sub. .§1. Sol Handy. Circ...(D-1900 

Herald — Wednesdav ; Rep ; Est. '68 ; gP 

17 1-2x24; Sub. §1. G. O. Baird. Circ...(D-1440 

MARTINSVILLE, lOOO; Clark, 22033; 28m SW of 
Terre Haute, Ind. on Vandalia Line Ry. Has grist 
and saw mills and l)rick i)lant. Val. (tw}).) §287,953. 
Express; Telcgiajdi. Exchange Bank. New American 
Hotel. 

Planet— Friday; Ind; Est. '84; 8p 13x20; 

Sul). §1. E.S.Clayton. Circ 9-500 

MARTINTON, 319; Iroquois, 38014: 10m N of Wat- 
seka on Chicago & F^astern Illinois Ry. In a region 
raising farm produce. Express: Telegraph. Bank, 
Watseka. 

Sun— Friday; Ind; Est. '97 : 8p 17X24; Sub. 

§1 . F. C. Schroeder. Circ 4 -500 

MASCOUTAH, 2171; St. Clair, 86855; 11 m SE of 
Belleville on Louisville & Nashville Ry. Has Postel 
Milling Co., corn mills, crucible factory and two coal 
mines. Chief industry is farming. Val. §231,942. 
Express; Telegraph. Gustave J. Scheve, Banker. 
Eagle Hotel. 

Anzeiger (German)— Thursdav ; Ind; Est. '76; 
4p 20x26; Sub. .§1.50." C. J. Lischer. 
Circ (3)-850 

Herald— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 

15x22; Sub. §1. Carl Montag. Circ (I)-864 

Times— Friday; Rep; Est. '99; 8p 15X22; 

Sul). .§1. A. J. Mollman. Circ S-'^'^S 

MASON, :''69: EfHngham, 20465; 200m S of Chicago 
(railroad name,''ii(,) on Illinois Central Ry. Agriculture 
is the iirinciiial industry and Mason is an important 
fruit shippiiifr point. Egg case factorv and rolling 
mills. Val. §33,000. Exjircss ; Telegraph. First Nat 
Bank, EfHngham. Carroll House. 



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News— Thnrsrtay; Ind; Est. '!)«; 8p 15x22; 

Siili. .si. "Nettie Kiclniioiul. Circ @-400 

MASON CITY, 1890; Mason, 17491; 30in N of 
.siiriiiuticld, junction Chicago & Alton and Illinois 
Central Rys. ' Here are cigar factories, grain elevators 
and brick" works. The town ships mules, horses, corn 
and cattle and is a local commercial center. Val. 
$107.S7o. Express; Telegraph. People's State Bank. 
Commercial Hotel. 

Banner— Thursday; Ind; Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. .■"11. R.B.Ruth. Circ @-700 

Times— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '67; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .$1.50. G.D.Sutton. Circ (f;-119G 

MATTOON, 9622; Coles, 3414G; 56m W of Terre 
Haute, ind. on Peoria, Decatur & Evansville, junction 
Illinois Central and St. Louis div. C, C, C. & St. L. Rys. 
Has Geo. >;. Buck Mfg. Co., hose and skirt supporters; 
Frank Kern Co., stocking suspenders; Mattoon Tile 
"^o., .T. F. Chase & Co. and engine and boiler shops, 
planing mills and broom factories. Is corn and l)room 
shipping point. I. O. O. F. Old Folks' Home, only one 
of its kind in the state, located here. Val. .f 1.000,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Mattoon Nat. Bank. Essex 
House. 

Commercial— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '70 ; 8-12p 

].> • 22; Sub..'?1.50. Adolf Sumerlin. Circ.(J)-1750 

Enterprise— Tuesday ; Rep; Est. '90; 8p 

15X22; Sub. .$1. Frank Berry. Circ (3)-500 

Gazette— Friday ; Rep; Est. '57 ; 8-16p 15x22; 

Sub. si. 50. Gazette Printing Co. Circ. J;-1825 
Journal— Evening; Rep; Est. '74; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. .i;5. M. H. Bassett. Circ (D-1670 

Journal— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '65 ; 12p 15x22 ; 

.Sul(. .si. M. H. Bassett. Circ @-1700 

Star— Evening ex Sun; Dem; Est. '97; 4p 

20x22; Sub. 65. W. B. Hinds. Circ (g;i-1210 

Star— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '88; 8-16p 15x22; 

Sub. .§1.50. W.B.Hinds. Circ @-4600 

MAYFAIR, ; Cook, 1,838,735; (coniorate part of 

Chicago) 7m NW on Chicago & Northwestern and 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rys. Express, Irving 
Park; Telegraph. Bank, Chicago. 

Jeff ersonian— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '93; 8p 
1.">X22; Sub. $1. Grace Grinnell Hunt. 
Circ 3-1200 

MAYWOOD, 4532; Cook, 1,838,735; 10m W and 
suburb of Cliicago on Chicago & Northwestern and 
Chicago Great Western Rys. Manufactures tin plates 
and tin cans. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, 
Chicago. 

Herald— Friday; Ind; Est. '81;4-8p 13x20; 

Sub. .•:i;l. W. D. Coxey. Circ (t-850 

MAZON, 447; Grundy, 24136; 8m S of Morris on 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis and 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rys. Has agricultural 
interests. Val. (twp.) .§550,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Peojile's Bank. 

Register — Thursday ; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1. Lennie E. Hazel. Circ...(3)-750 

MEDIA, 785; Henderson, 10836; 18m SE of Oquaka 
on Atchison, Topeka & .Santa Fe Ry. Farming. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Media State Bank. 

Record— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '94; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. 50. W. P. Herbertz. Circ ®-250 

MEDORA, 449; Macoupin, 42256; 43m N of St. Louis, 
Mo. on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and St. Louis, 
Chicago & St. Paul Rys. Has flour mills, grain eleva- 
tor and creamery. Trade centre for agricultural and 
stock raising section. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Medora. 

Messenger— Friday ; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .si. 50. C. W. Tietsort & Son. Circ. .(3:'-528 

MELROSE PARK, 2592; Cook, 1,838,725; 11m W of 
Chicago on Rockford, Freeport & Dubuque br. C. & N. 
W. Ry. A manufacturing town. Express; Telegraph. 
Melrose Park Savings Bank. 

Leader— Saturday ; Ind: Est. '93; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .§1. Chas. S. Field. Circ 3-600 

MELVIN, 550; Ford, 18359; 16m NW of Paxton on 
Illinois Central Ry. Has farming interests. Express; 
Telegraph. Tehl & Co., Bankers. 

Transcript— Friday; Ind-Rep; Est. '92; 8p 

15 A 22; Sub. §1. J.L. Hayden. Circ @-360 



MENDON, <"-27; Adams, 67058; 15m NE of Quincy on 
Chicago. Burlington & Quincy Ry. Raises agricultural 
produce, hogs, grain and cattle. Val. (twp.) $495,735. 
Express; Telegraph. Mendon Bank. 

Dispatch— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '78 ; 8p 13X20 ; 

Sub. .SI. Urech & Son. Circ (1,-600 

MENDOTA, 3685; Lasalle, 87776; 75m W of Chi- 
cago on Illinois Central and Burlington, terminus. 
Mendota, Clinton & Fulton br. C, B. it Q. Rys. Has 
Black Bros. Machine Co., Henning Brewing Co. and 
Tower Bros. Plow Works, carriage factories, etc., em- 
ploying 1( )0 people. Is trade centre for farming section 
with 20000 pop. Seat of Advent Christian college. 
Val. §557,478. Express; Telegraph. Mendota Nat. 
Bank. Warner Hotel. 

Our Hope and Life in Christ— Wednesday ; 
Adventist; Est. '89; 16p 11X13; Sub. 
$1.50. West. Advent Christian Pub. Asso. 
Circ ig -3100 

Post (German)— Friday: Ind; Est. '79; 4-6p 
20x26; Sub. $1.50. Otto Kieselbach. 
Circ (S)-981 

Reporter— Friday ; Dem; Est. '78; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. Otto Kieselbach. Circ (S-1153 

Sun-Bulletin-Friday; Rep; Est. '62; 8p 

17x24; Sub. .§1.50. Mark Ruggles. Circ.®-1620 

MEREDOSIA, 800; Morgan, 32006; 22m NAV of 
Jacksonville on Illinois river and Wabash Ry. Has 
lumber interests. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' and 
Traders' Bank. Ray Hotel. 

News— Thursday; Ind; Est. '90; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .§1.25. W. T. Hendenberg. Circ ®-450 

METAMORA*, 758; Woodford, 21822; 15m NE of 
Peoria on Chicago & Alton Ry. Manufactures wagons 
and carriages and Is grain shipping point for section. 
Val. (twp.) .§470,398. P'xpress ; Telegraph. Metamora 
Bank. Carpenter House. 

Herald— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '89 ;8p 15x22; 
Sub. §1.50. John G. Knob Lauch. (Prints 
an edition under same name for Roanoke.) 
Comb. Circ g -450 

METROPOLIS CITY*, 4069 ; Massac, 13110; 10m NW 
of Paducah, Ky. on Paducah & St. Louis line I. C. Ry. 
and Ohio river ,"with passenger and freight steamers for 
leading river i)orts. Has Samuel W. Daly, saw ham- 
mering machines; D. B. Klutts & Co.. woolen goods; 
H. Rampendahl, Jr. & Co., staves and headings; 
Roberts" Box Factory, Harris & Cole, building mate- 
rials ; and other interests. Is farming and manufac- 
turing trade centre for Massac and adjoining counties, 
with annual trade of .§1,000,000. Val. .§1,514,859. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Julian House. 

Ga,zette— Friday; Est.'98; 4p 15X22; Sub. §4. 

J. B. McCr.ary . Circ 

Herald — Evening; Non-Partisan; Est. '98; 4p 
15X 22 ; Sub. $4. The Herald Printing Co. 
Circ (g'-496 

Herald— Thursday ; Non-Partisan; Est. '76; 

8p 15x22; Sub. .§1. Herald Printing Co. 

Circ (f;-1160 

Journal-Republican — Tuesday and Friday; 

Rep; Est. '65: 4-8p 17x24; Sub. $1. 

G. C. Harner. Circ (3)-950 

Truth— Si-Mo; Baptist: Est.'96; 4p 15X22; 

Sub. SI. G.W.Long. Circ 

MILAN, 719; Rock Island, 55249; 4m S of Rock 
Island on main line and Cable br. R. I. & P. Ry.; on 
Hennepin canal with access to Mississippi river. Is a 
milling town and agricultural trade centre. Is con- 
nected with Rock Island by electric road. Express ; 
Telegraph. Rock Island Nat. Bank, Rock Island, 
Milaii House. 

Independent— Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '02; 

8p ; Sub. .§1. Lewis Guldenzopf. Circ @-495 

MILFORD, 1077; Iroquois, 38014; 88m S of Chicago 
on Chicago & Eastern Illinois Ry. Here are grist and 
saw mills and tile factories. Raises and ships grain 
and cattle. Val. (twp.) $407,511. First Nat. Bank 
Van Tryun House. 

Herald— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '70; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. Eugene L'Hote. Circ (3-950 

MILLEDGEVILLE, 633; Carroll, 18963; 15m NW of 
Sterling on Chicago, Burlington & Northern Ry. Has 
agricultural and stock raising interests. Express; 
Telegraph. R. G. Shumway, Banker. 



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Free Press— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '85; 8p 

18 :■; 24; Sub. §1.50. A. T. Cowan. Circ...@-550 

MILLSTADT, 1172; St. Clair. 8GG85; 7m SW of 
Belleville, terminus Millstadt br. M. & O. Ry. Coal 
mining, creameries, flour mill, brick yard brewery and 
farming are the chief industries. Yal. $125, 142. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Belleville. Millstadt 
Hotel. 
Enterprise— Friday ; Ind ; Est. '97 ; 8p 14x22 ; 

Sub. si. E.W.Cross. Circ (3)-500 

MINIEE, 746; Tazewell. P.3221; 27m SE of Peoria, 
juuLiKin Chicago & Alton and Peoria div. Y. Kys. 
Here are tile plants, factories and grain elevators. Ex- 
press: Telegraph. Minier State Bank. Minier House. 

News— Friday: Local: p:st. '75: 4p 17x24; 

Sul). .SI. Crihfield Bros. Circ S-570 

MINONK, 2850; Woodford, 21822 ; 29m N of Bloom - 
ingtou on Dubuque, Freeport & Centralia br. I. C. and 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rys. Mines coal and 
produces flour, brick and tile. Yal. (twp.) .S3G7,714. 
Express ; Telegraph. Minonk Bank. Hotel Dasher. 

News— Thursday; Dem; Est. '78; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1.50. ' A. K. Tate. Circ (i)-1200 

Keeister— Thursdav ; Ind; Est. '74; 8-12p 
15;- 22; Sub. '§1. A. Von Nordheim. 
Circ ®-1000 

MOLINE, 17248; Rock Island, 55249; adjoins Rock 
Island, opposite Davenport, la. on Rock island, St. 
Louis & St. Paul div. C, B. & Q., C, M. & St. P. and 
Chicago, Rock Island iS: Pacific Rys.; on Mississippi 
river with passenger and freight steamer connections 
with all important river ports. Has Deere & Co., 
Moline Wagon Co., Sylvan Steel Co., Williams, M'hite 
A: Co., Moline Plow Co.. Deere c^' Mansur Co., farming 
implements: Sechler Carriage Co., vehicles and corn 
planters; 3Ioline Wilson Buggy Co., Barnard & Lea's 
Mfg. Co.. milling machinery; Dimock, Gould & Co., 
lumber; Union Malleable Iron Co., Mutual Wheel Co. 
<-\, R. T. iX: P. round house and work shops and minor 
industries, employing 9000 ])eople, with monthly 
pay roll of 8295,000, and producing goods valued 
at '§20,000,000 annually. The U. S. Arsenal on the 
island of Rock Island opposite employs 1800 men, 
with monthly pay roll of §9(;,000; of these 500 are resi- 
dents of Moline. Trolley to Rock Island, 111.. Walker 
.Station, East Moline, Watertown and Davenport, la. 
Has Augustena College and Theological Seminary, 
Moline City Hospital and Western Hospital for tlie 
Insane. Yal. §1,619.909. Express; Telegraph. First 
Xat. Bank. Hotel Sommers. 

Dispatch— Evening; Rep; Est. '78; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. sri.L'O. McGlynn iS: Eastman. Circ. I -2655 

Review-Dispatch (weekly edition of Dis- 
patch)— Fridav; Rep; Est. '68; 8p 17x24; 
Sub. §1. Mc6lynn & Eastman. Circ 2)-1100 

Journal— Evening; Dem; Est. '81; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. s5. Myron Jordan. Circ ®-1800 

Journal— Tuesday and Friday; Dem: Est. 
'78; 4p 20x26; Sub. §1. "Myron .Jordan. 
Circ .■ ®-1000 

Mail— Evening ex Sunday ; Ind ; Est. '93 ; 8-20p 
17x22; Siib. $5.20. May &■ McKeever. 
Circ r3)-2600 

Practical Age— ^lonthly ; Educational; Est. 
91; 48p 8X10; Sub. 50c. J. W. Warr. 
Circ di-lSOO 

IffiOMENCE. 2347; Kankakee, 37154; 50m S of Chi- 
cago (jn KanKakee river. Chicago & Eastern Illinois 
and Indiana. Illinois & Iowa Rys. Raises farm pro- 
duce and cattle and has dairy interests. Large quarries 
of building stone, the town' has small manufactories 
and railroad repair shoi)S. Yal. §109.336. Express; 
Telegraph. Exchange Bank. Central House. 

Press Reporter— Friday ; Rep; Est. '70; 4p 
2(Jx2G; Sub. §1. C. S. McNichols S: Co. 
Circ d-llGO 

MONMOUTH*, 7460; Warren, 23103: 180m SW of 
(liiiagii ou main line Burlington and St. Louis div. 
and Iowa Central Kys. Has Monmouth I'ottery Co., 
largest in the world; AVeir Pottery, Monmouth and 
I'attee Plow companies, Monmouth Mining & Mfg. Co., 
sewer pipes; Maple City Soap Co. and Maple City Cigar 
Co., employing 2000 men, with monthly pay roll of 
■§()0,000. Trade centre of farming and manufacturing 
region. Seat of Monmouth College. Has general 



offices Illinois Bankers' Life Assn. Division head- 
quarters and shops of Iowa Central Ry. Yal. §965,298. 
Express; Telegraph. Nat. Bank of Monmouth. Rich- 
ardson Hotel. 

Democrat— Thursday; Dem; Est. '87; 8p 
15x22; Sub. §1. Warren Countv Pub. 
Co. Circ .' (3)-1700 

Gazette— Evening: Ind: Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. S3. AVarren County Pub. Co. Circ..3)-1350 

Republican- Atlas— Friday; Rep; Est. '46; 
10-I2p 17  22; Sub. §1. Monmouth Re- 
publican Printing Co. Circ ®-2268 

Review— Evening: Ind; Est. '88: 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §5. Review Printing Co. Circ (J)-1577 

Review— Mondav and Thursday; Ind; Est. 
".).): Sp l;:>x22; Sub. §1.50. Review 
Printing Co. Circ ®-700 

MONTICELLO, 1982 ; Piatt, 17706 ; 21m SW of Cham- 
paign on St. Louis & Chicago div. W. and Champaign 
& Decatur div. I. ('. Rys. A farming town and local 
trade centre for agricultural section. Yal. §280,371. 
Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Sack- 
riter. 
Bulletin— Friday: Dem; Est. '56; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. H.W.Buckie Circ (3:-1200 

Pilot— Wednesdav : Rep: Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. L. S. Kilbourn i!C- Son. Circ 3)-1200 

Republican— Thursday; Rep; Est. '74; 8p 
15/x22;Sub. si. 50. Republican Printing 
Co. Circ a)-1991 

MORGAN PARK, 2157; Cook, 1.838,735; 12m S of 
Chicago on ( liicago. Rock Island & Pacific and Chicago 
& Northern Pacihc Rys. Here are three seminaries 
and a military college. Yal. §205,616. Express; 
Telegrajth. Commercial Bank, Blue Island. 
Town Talk— Saturdav; Local; Est. '91; 4p 

1 5 . 22 ; Sub. §1. " J. H. Yolp. Circ ®-950 

MORRIS*, 4273; Grundy, 24136; 62m SW of Chicago 
on Rock Island Ry. and 'Illinois & Michigan Canal. 
Industries: Coalmining, Coleman Hardware Works, 
tannery, oatmeal mill, brewery ana Nickel Mfg. Co., 
Morris' Paper Co., and three large elevators, employing 
1200 men, with monthly i)ay roll of §30,000 and pro- 
ducing goods worth §701), 00() annually. Is trade 
centre of surrounding farming and manufacturing 
towns with annual trade of §400,000. Yal. §930.586. 
Express; Telegraph. Grundy Co. Nat. Bank. Com- 
mercial House. 
Herald— Evening; Rep; Est. '78 ;4-8p 15x22; 

Sub. §4. W. L. Sackett. Circ ®-800 

Herald— Fridav; Rep; Est. '54; 8-lOp 15x22; 
Sub. §1.50.' W. L. Sackett. (Prints an 
edition under same name for Braceville 
and Gardner.) Comb. Circ ®-2300 

Post— Evening; Local; Est. '89; 4p 15x20; 

Sub. .§4. F.N.Hull. Circ (g)-550 

Post— Thursday; Local, Est. '89; 8p 15x20; 

.Sub. §1. F.N.Hull. Circ J-^oO 

Sentinel— Evening; Ind-Rep: Est. '95; 4p 

15 -22; Sub. §3.60. Geo. M. Bucklin. Circ. 3 -400 

Sentinel— Thursdav ; Ind-Rep; Est. '78; lOp 

15x22; Sub. §1. Geo. M. Bucklin. Circ. 3 -800 

MORRISON*, 2308; Whiteside, 34710; 123m W of 
Chicago on Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Manufac- 
tures carriages, refrigerators, school furiiitrue and is 
trade centre for dairying, agricultural section. Yal. 
§412,146. Express;' Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Whiteside Hotel. 

Record— Thursdav ; Rep; Est. '94; 8-12p 

15x22; .Sub. .si. W. B. Barnes. Circ 3)-1600 

Sentinel— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '57; 4p 

22x28; Sub. §1.50. Chas. Bent. Circ. f -1700 

MORTON, S94; Tazewell. 33*i21 ; 10m SE of Peoria on 
Pekin & I'eoria br. A., T. c^- S. F. and Peoria div. Y. L. 
Rys. Has tile and pottery works, grain elevator and 
wagon factory. Yal. (twp.) .§559,967. Express; Tele- 
graph. Morton Bank. 

News— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '95; lOp 15x22; 

Sub. §1.25. Edw. J. .lacob. Circ (3:-600 

MOUND CITY, 2705; Pulaski, 14554; Om N of Cairo 
ou (Jhio river, I'eoria & Eastern div. C, C, C. & St. L. 
and Illinois Central I{ys. A ship building and manu- 
facturino; town, sliiiqung timber for an outlying dis- 
trict. Yal. §118,898. Express; Telegraph. First 
State Bank. 



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Enterprise— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '92; 8p 

lyx22; Sub. .fl. J. F. Connell. Circ j:)-700 

MT CAEMEL, -iSll ; Wabash. 12583 ; 24m SW of Vin- 
ci'uiK's (in Southern and Big Four Rys. Wabash river 
furnishes water power. Has Bij? Four Ry. Shops, lum- 
ber and planing mills, elevators, tlour, saw. spoke and 
huh mills, stave and furniture, Ijrick and tile factories, 
and largest strawboard factory in the world. Val. 
$2C>.'i.(>f.4. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Grand Central Hotel. 
Register-Evening; Est. 1901 ;4p 171-2X24; 

Sub. 84. Frank W. Havill. Circ ®-Z50 

Ree-ister- Thursday ; Dem; Est. '39; 8p 

1.-. 22; Sub. $1. Frank W. Havill. Circ.(2)-1920 
Republican— Evening ex Sunday; Est. '99; 

4p 15x22; Sub. $6. D. E. Keen. Circ 



Republican-Friday; Rep; Est. '7.3; 8p 

M r. 22 ; Sub. $1.25. I). E. Keen. Circ. . . J)-800 

MT CARROLL, 1965; Carroll, 189G3; 127m W of 
Chicago on (hicago & Council Bluffs and Racine & 
Southwestern divs. C, M. & St. P. Rys. Trade centre 
for agricultural section and seat of Frances Shimer 
Academv. Val. $321,037. Express; Telegrajih. First 
Nat. Bank. Glen View Hotel. 



Democrat— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '93; 
4-r,p 17X22; Sub. $5. Cal. M. Feezer. 



,3-000 



Democrat— Wednesdav and Saturday; Rep; 

Est. '90; 4-8p 18x24; Sub. $1.50. Cal. 

M. Feezer. Circ (3)-1740 

Mirror— Dailv ; Rep ; Est. '99 ; 4p 15X22 ; Sub. 

.85. F. H. Hurless. Circ @-400 

' Mirror— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; Est. '58; 

■sp 15x22; Sub. .81.50. F. H. Hurless. 

Circ ,3-1200 

MT MORRIS, 1048; Ogle, 29129; 24m SW of Rock- 
ford on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Farming 
is chief industry. Val. (twp.) $2,432,975. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Mt. Morris. Rorer's Hotel. 
Index— Wednesday ; Ind ; Est.'90- IGp 11 XlG; 

Sub. $1.5(J. Kable Bros. & Rittenhouse. 

Circ (3)-1250 

MT OLIVE, 2935; Macoupin, 42250; 70m SAV of 
Decatur on St Louis, Peoria & Northern, Chicago, 
Peoria & St Louis and Wabash Rys. A coal minins; 
town. Val. $314,903. Express; Telegraph. C. J. 
Keiser & Co., Bankers. 
Herald— Saturdav ; Local; Est. '80; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1.5(). H. F. Tillman. Circ ®-600 

Teutonia (German)— Friday ; Neutral ; Est. '93 ; 
lOp 15x22; Sub. $1.50. Teutonia Pub Co. 
Circ ®-1100 

MT. PULASKI, 1043; Logan, 28080; 24m NE of 
Springfield on Springfield div. I. C. and Peoria, Deca- 
tur &Evansville Rys. Is a coal mining, farming and 
cattle raising town. Val. $543,993. Express; Tele- 
grai)h. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Jenner. 

News— Friday; Ind; Est. '84; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. Rell.C. Beidler. Circ @-1980 

Press— Fridav;Non-pol; Est. '98; 8p 15X22; 

Sul).$l. Smedley & Wilson. Circ (1-750 

MT. STERLING*, I'^OO; Brown, 11557; 40m E of 
(Juincy and 40m W of .Jacksonville on Wabash Ry. 
Trade' centre for agricultural population of Brown, 
southern Schuyler, northern Pike and eastern Adams 
counties. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Crerry House. 
Democrat -Message— Wednesday and Satur- 
day; Dem; Est. '48; 8p 15x22; Sub. $1. 

Mrs H. K. & W. B. Davis. Circ 3-1510 

Examiner — Saturday ; Dem ; Est. '88 ; 8p 
17 1-2x24; Sub. $1. Stinson & Harl. 

Circ (3(-1250 

Republican-Thursday; Rep; Est. '90; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1.50. Henry & Nye. Circ.(j)-1040 

MT VERNON*, 5210; Jefferson, 28133; 78m E of St. 
Louis, Mo. on .Southern, Louisville & Nashville, Chicago 
& Eastern Illinois, terminus Wabash, Chester & West- 
ern and Jacksonville & St. Louis Rys. Has Mt. Ver- 
non Car Mfg., Coal and Milling companies and minor 
interests, employing 1000 people, with monthly pay 
roll of 820,000. Is farming trade centre for county. 
Val. $270,427. Express; Telegraph. Ham Nat. Bank. 
Grand Hotel. 



Democrat— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. 
'93; 4p 17x24; Sub. $1. Joe V. Baugh & 
Son. Circ ®-550 

News— Evening; Dem; Est. '— ; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. 85. Sumner & Baker. Circ 

News- Wednesday; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. 81. Suniner & Baker. Circ $-800 

Register— Evening; Rep; Est. '92; 4p 15x22; 

Stib. 85.20. Maurice J. Seed. Circ ^;-600 

Register— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '76; 8p 

15r 22; Sub. $1. Maurice J. Seed. Circ... (3 -900 

MOWEAQUA, 1478; Shelby, 32126; 30m SE of 
Springfield on Illinois Central Ry. Raises agricultural 
produce and live stock and mines coal. Val. (twp.) 
$416,221. Express; Telegraph. V. Snyder & Co., 
Bankers. 
Call-Mail— Wednesday ; Local; Est. '82; 8p 

15 . 22; Sub. 81. Bryce P. Smith. Circ. .(3-1540 
Republican— Thursday; Rep; Est. '93; 8p 
i5L'2; Sul). $1. Mrs Wm. Whitworth. 
Circ ®-750 

MULBERRY GROVE, 032; Bond, 10078; 9m NE of 
Greenville on Vandalia Line Ry. Val. (twp.) $333,800. 
Express ; Telegraph. State Bank of Hoiles & Sons. 

Argus— Friday ; Local; Est. '92; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81. .T. Sherman Hinton. Circ ®-450 

MURPHYSBQRO, 04(;3; Jackson, 33871; 89m S of St. 
Louis on Mobile .^t Ohio and St. Louis and Murphysboro 
divs. I. C. Rys. Has coal and iron mines, canning and 
cigar factories, lumber yards, foundries, repair and 
car shops of Illinois Central Ry. Is a trade centre and 
important coal shipping point. Val. $405,270. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Commercial 
Hotel. 
Era— Morning ex Mon ; Rep ; Est. '91 ; 4p 

18x24; Sub. $5. Burr & Burr. Circ ®-400 

Era— Friday; Rep; Est. '73; 4p 20x26; Sub. 

81.50. "Burr & Burr. Circ @-1150 

Independent— Evening; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 

13  2(); Sub. $5.20. J.J.Penny. Circ... .(D-886 
Independent— Friday ; Dem; Est. '73; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1.50. J.J.Penny. Circ...fl)-1260 
Republican-Era— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. 

'98; 8p 13X19; Sub. $5.20. W. Cassldy. 

Circ (3;-524 

Republican-Era-Friday; Rep; Est. '98; 8p 

13X19: .Sub. $1.50. W. Cassidy. Circ.S-llOO 

NAPERVILLE, 2029; Dupage, 28196; 29m W of 
Chicago ou,(hicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Has 
extensive stone quarries, a lounge factory employing 
over 200 and is local trade centre for agricultural sec- 
tion. Seat of Northwestern College. Val. $347,501. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Washington 
Hotel. 
Clarion— Wednesdav ; Neutral; Est. '03; 8p 

15x22; Sub. 8l".50. D. B. Givler. Circ...®-850 

CoUege Chronicle-tMonthly ; Est.'72 ; 10-24p 

9X11; Sub. 75c. W.H.Schuster. Circ..@-650 

NASHVILLE*, 2184; AVashington, 19526; 48m SE of 
St. Louis, AIo., on Centralia & Chester and Louisville 
& Nashville Rys. A great flour producing town. 
Fly net factory and feed mills. Has coal mine and is 
commercial centre for surrounding district. Val. 
$272,139. Express; Telegraph. Washington County 
Bank. Hotel Central. 

Democrat — Thursday ; Dem; Est. '49; 4p 

18  23 1-2 ; .Sub. $1.50. E. F. Bieser. Circ.@-1000 

Journal— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '62; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. $1.50. Schmidt & Watts. Circ ®-950 

Post (German)— Thursday; Dem; Est. '86; 8p 

17^23; Sub. $2. F.'H. Fiene. Circ d-lOOO 

Volksblatt (German)— Thursday; Rep; Est. 
'70; 4p 20X26; Sub. $1.50. Schmidt & 
Watts. Circ ®-1040 

NAUVOO, 1321; Hancock, 32215; 32m S of Burling- 
ton. Iowa : nearest railroad point, Montrose, Iowa. Is 
trade centre for agricultural section, grapes and straw- 
berries. Val. $500,000. Express; Telegraph. State 
Bank of Nauvoo. Oriental Hotel. 
Independent- Wednesday and Saturday ; Ind ; 
Est. '73; 4p 20x26; Sub. $2. Baumert 
Bros. Circ (^-1200 



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Eustler — Tuesday ; Local; Est. "JO; 4p 

20x25; Sub. $1. W. M. Argast. Circ (g)-1200 

NEBO, 508; Pike, 31595; 12m S of Pittsfleld on 
Chicago & Alton Ry. Agriculture. Expre.ss ; Tele- 
graph. "Wm. Nevins JBanking Co. 

Banner— Friday ; Dem; Est. 1900; 4p 17X24; 

.Sul). $1. Elmer Lewis 

NEOGA, 1126; Cumberland, 16126; 11m SW of 
Mattoonon Toledo. St. Louis & Kansas City and Illinois 
Central Rys. A shipping point for hay and live stock 
producing section. Val. §301,536. Express; Tele- 
graph. Cumberland County Nat. Bank. Commercial 
House. 

News— Friday; Rep; Est. '76; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. . SI. T.R.Hancock. Circ ®-1460 

Progress— Saturday; Rep; Est. '89; 8p 

1.')  22; Sub. $i. Ho wk Bros. Circ §-600 

NEPONSET, 516; Bureau. 41112: 19m SW of Prince- 
ton on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Farming 
and stock raising are leading pursuits. Express ; Tele- 
gr;)i)h. "\V. E. "Whaples, Banker. Connor's Hotel. 

Messenger— Friday; Ind; Est. '99; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. si. Albert E. Stetson. Circ 

NEW ATHENS, 1012; St. Clair, 86685; 14m SE of 
Belleville on St. Louis div. I. C. Ry. Has lumber and 
flour mills, stove and machine " foundry and brick 
yard. Is trade centre for agricultural and manufactur- 
ing community. Val. (twp.) .«i347,713. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of New Athens. Deichmann's Hotel. 

Journal — Friday; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .?1.50. Hedge Publishing Co. Circ. ...'J -600 
News— Thursday; Non-partisan; Est. '97; 8p 

13X20; Sub.' .'^1.25. Hedge Pub. Co. Circ.#-500 

NEW BERLIN, 533: Sangamon, 71593; 16m SW of 
.Springfield on Wabash Ry. Agriculture; butter fac- 
tory. Val. (tw]3.) .'§408,786. Express; Telegraph. 
Warren Boyntou State Bank. 

Tribune— Friday; Ind; Est. '97; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. J.W.Hale. Circ ®-857 

NEW CANTON. 476; Pike, 31595; 20m W of Pitts- 
field on Chicago, Burlington &, Quincy Ry. Has fertile 
farmlands. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Barry. 

Advance— Frid.iy ; Est. '98; 4p 13X20; Sub. 

si. George D. Hays. Circ 

NEW DOUGLAS, -469; Madison, 64694; 18m NE of 
Edwardsville on Toledo, St Louis & Kansas City Ry. 
Val. (twp.) .sl68,919. Express ; Telegraph. Fii-stNat. 
Bank. 
World— Friday ; Est. '94; 8p 13x20; Sub. 

si. L. F. Alsop. Circ 4-350 

NEW HOLLAND, 358; Logan, 28680; 12m NW of 
Lincoln i>n Illinois Central Ry. Farming. Express; 
Telegraph. L. Burchett & Sou, Bankers. 

Journal— Friday ; Est. '97; 4p 17x24; Sub. 

.SI. Warren Milby. Circ '3)-360 

NEWMAN, 1166; Douglas, 19097; 50m E of Decatur 
on C. I. & \V. Ry. Agriculture. Val. (twp.) .$810,342. 
Express ; Telegraph. Newman Bank. Maple Hotel. 

Independent— Friday ; Rep; Est. '74; 8p 

15/22; Sub. $1.50. M.S. Smith. Circ. 3)-2930 

Record— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. $1. J.W.Hancock. Circ 

NEWTON, 16,30; Jaspar, 10160; 41ra S of Mattoon 
on Indiana & Illinois .Southern and Peoria, Decatur & 
Southern Rys. Manufactures woolen goods, flour, 
iron supplies and egg cases and mines coal. Has a 
stone quarry also. Va). .§124,079. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Newton. Evans House. 

Mentor— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '74; 8p 

13x20; Sub. ijl. J. E. O. Clarke. Circ...®-800 

Press— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. '64; 
4p 13x20; Sub. .§1.25. Frank L. Shup. 
Circ (J-1125 

Star— Thursday; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. .SI. Ostendorf Pub. Co. Circ :^-1200 

NOBLE, 597 ; Richland, 16391 ; 9m W of Olney on 
Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Ry. Raises fruit, 
live stock and farm produce. Has flouring, corn and 
saw mills and three fruit evaporators. Val. (twp.) 
-$214, 683. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Noble. 

News— Friday; Ind; Est. '93; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. L.E.Billings. Circ (D-llGO 



NOKOMIS, 1371; Montgomery, 30836 ; 83m E of St 
Louis on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago ct St. Louis 
Ry. Is trade centre for surrounding agricultural sec- 
tions. Val. (twp.) $333,232. Express; Telegraph. 
Nokomis Nat. Bank. Hager House. 

Deutsch Amerikaner (German)— Wednesday; 
Ind; Est. "SO; ,Sp 13x20; Sub. .$1.50. 
^\■ild & Draper. Circ (J)-514 

Free Press-Gazette— Friday; Ind; Est. '77; 
8p 13x20; Sub. $1.50. Wild & Draper. 
Circ (J)-600 

Progress— Friday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '95; 8p 
13-20; Sub. $1.25. Hagthrop & Buck. 
Circ _. 3 -50O 

NORMAL, 3795; McLean, 67843; 2m N of Blooming- 
ton on Chicago & Alton and Illinois Central Rys. Has 
Bloomington and Normal (vegetable) Canning compa- 
nies, Augustine & Co., nurseries; the Phoenix Nursery 
Co. and Normal Novelty Works, employing 200 people, 
with monthly pay roll of $8,000. Draws annual farming 
trade of .$150,000 from northern McLean county. 
Seat of Illinois State Normal University, Deaconness 
Hospital and Illinois Soldiers' Orphans' Home. Val. 
$177,530. Ex])ress; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Sweeting's Hotel. 

Advocate— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '87 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. $1. B. H. McCann. Circ (J-ISOO 

Call— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '95; 8-lOp 13X20; 

Sub. $1.20. Jos. B. Barger. Circ @-1250 

Vidette—t Monthly ; Collegiate ; Est. '88; 32p 
8X10; Sub. $1. State Normal University. 
Circ '..^-660 

NORRIS CITY, 868: White, 25386; 172m E of St. 
Louis, Mo. on .Springfield br. B. & O. S. W. and Cairo 
div. C, C, C. <*i: St. L. Rys. Has handle and idow fac- 
tory. Is a shij)ping point for fruit, grain and stock. 
Express ; Telegrapn. Bank of Norris City. Paterson 
House. 

Record— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '95: 4p 18X24; 

Sub. $1. A. C. Clippinger & Sons. Circ....(g)-792 

NTJNDA, 604; McHeniy, 29759; 43m NW of Chi- 
cago on Chicago & Northwestern Ry.: on Crystal Lake 
with pleasure steamers. Manufacturing and dairying 
form the chief occupations of the people. Trade cen- 
tre and a popular summer resort. Val. (twp.) .$507,- 
768. Express; Telegraph. Citizens' State Bank. Rich- 
mond House. 

Herald— Thursday; Rep; Est. '75; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. $1.25. Justin V. Beatty. Circ (D-1268 

OAKLAND, 1198; Coles, 34146; 39m W of Terre 
Haute, Ind. on Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City and 
Peoria div. V. L. Rys. A farming and stock raising 
town. Express; Telegraph. Oakland Nat. Bank. 
Pierce Hotel. 

Ledger -Evening; Rep; Est. '96; 8p 10x15; 

Sub. $5. Ledger Pub. Co. Circ :^-1100 

Ledger— Friday; Ind; Est. '76; 8p 26x40; 

Sul). $1. Ledger Pub. Co. Circ (§)-6131 

Messenger — Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '83 ; 4p 

18x24; Sub. $1.50. Mcintosh & McKin- 

sey . Circ J)-1256 

OAK PARK, 4771; Cook, 1,838,735; (suburb of Chi- 
cago, 8m W) on Galena div. C. & N. W. Ry. Has Bed- 
ard & Morency Mill Co., planing mills; Cicero Gas Fit- 
ting Supply Co., Leo. G. Hoose, cement pipes; and 
other interests. Chicago Terminal Transfer and trolley 
to Chicago. Express; Telegraph. Oak Park State 
Bank. 

Intelligence— Si-Mo. ex July and Aug; Edu- 
cational; Est. '80; 40p 9X12; Sub. $1.50. 
E. O. Vaile. Circ ^-1533 

Life Insurance Courant— Monthly ; Est. '95; 

20p 9X12; Sul). .s2. A. J. Flitcraft. Circ. 4^-4450 

Nachrichten aus ScMeswig-Holstein (Ger- 
man)— Fortnlghtlv (Tues): Family: Est. 
'88; 4p 18X24; Sub. $1. H. Kaul. Circ..®-43t0 

Oak Leaves— Friday ; Ind ; Est.'96 ; 16p 9X 12 ; 

Sub. $1. Richard L. Rowe. Circ (|;-2550 

Post (German)— Thursday; Non-pol; Est. '95; 

8p 18x24; Sub. $1. Frank Lehman. Circ.(|)-864 

Reporter— Fridav; Local; Est. '87 ; 8p 15x22; 
•Sub. S] .5(». Isaac Herr. (Prints editions 
under headings : Reporter, Austin and Her- 
ald, River Forest.) Comb. Circ ®-1440 



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Star Monthly — Monthly ; FamUy; Est. '94; 
32p ',tX12; Sub. .">0c. Hunter Pub. Co. 
Circ ©-101,550 

Week's Current— Saturday ; Non-partisan; 
Est. "SL': ICp '.1x12; Sub. $2. (). M. Don- 
aldson. Circ ®-15160 

OBLONG, t^i-?: Crawford, 19240; 10m W of Robinson 
on Illinois Central Ry. Has agricultural interests. 
Larf^e Hourint? mill and machine shop. Val. (twi).) 
^230,178. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, 
Robinson. 
Leader— Tluirsdav ; Dera; Est.'94; 8p 13X20; 

sul). si. .T.M. Sheets. Circ ®-800 

OCONEE. 400; Shelby; 8m S of Pana on Illinois 
Cential Ky. Agricultural town and trade center. 
Creamery and dairy, poultry and fruit country. Ex- 
press: Telegraph. Telephone. 
Weekly Beacon— Thursday; Ind; Est. '02; 

4p 1.5X22; Sub. 75c. Hodge Bros. Circ..S-480 

ODELL, lOOOt ; Livingston, 42035 ; 82m SW of Chicago 
on Chicago & Alton Ry. Here are three grain elevators, 
brick and tile works. 'in farm region. Val. .sl31,274. 
Express: Telegraph. Bank of Odell. Eastern Hotel. 

Gazette and Reporter— Friday; Ind; Est. '88; 

S]) 15x22; Sub. $1.50. C. A. Stuck. CircS-GOO 

FALLON, 1267; St. Clair, 86085; 15m E of St. Louis 
on Baltimore & Ohio and Louisville & Nashville Rys, 
Has flour mill, lumber yard, creamery and coal mines, 
large stove and range factory, is trade centre for a 
very rich farming country. Val. (twii.) §509,083. 
Express; Telegrapli. Beaumont Hotel. 
Progress — Friday ; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 

13x19 3-4; Sub. .SI. A. H. Doran. Circ. .^-380 

OGDEN, 419; Champaign, 47622; 17m W of Dan- 
ville on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. 
Farming. Yal. (twp.) .$319,352. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. 

Courier— Friday ; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81. .J. R. Watkins. Circ 

Observer— Ind ; Thursdav; Est. 99;8p 15X22; 

Sub. .§1. John C. Taylor. Circ 3)-55C 

OHIO, 461; Bureau, 41112: 18m W of Mendota on 
Chicago, Burlington & (^uincy Ry. An agricultural 
town, known as The Three Oaks of Illinois. Val. (twiD.) 
§475.933. Express; Telegraph. Wilson, Pomeroy <i.' 
Co., Bankers. 

Herald— Friday ; Local; Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .§1. Jay E. Taylor. Circ (t-600 

OKAWyiLLE. 544; "Washington, 19526; 39m E of 
St. Louis, Mo. on Louisville & Nashville Ry. Has 
farming interests. Val. (twp.) .?344,001. Express; 
Telegraph. Exchange Bank. Mineral Springs Hotel. 

Times— Friday : Non-political ; Est. '93; 4p 

13x20; Sub. .SI. Jas. T. Gibbs. Circ (|;-450 

OLNEY*, 4260; Richland, 16391; 120m E of St. 
Louis, Mo. on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern, Illinois 
Central and Decatur & Western Rys. Has Olney Paving, 
Brick and Tile Mfg. and Artiticial Ice and Cold Storage 
companies. Is farming trade centre for region within 
40 mile radius. Seat of Olney Sanitarium. Tal. $378,- 
542. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. National 
Hotel. 
Advocate— Fridav : Rep; Est. '37; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. H.H.Kingsbury. Circ (D-1300 

Democrat— Evening; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 

15 -22; Sub. S3. E.Richardson. Circ S-350 

Democrat— Thursdav; Dem; Est. '91; 4p 

22x28; Sub. SI. 25. E.Richardson. Circ.4)-920 

Mail— Evening ex Sat; Ind; Est. '98; 4p 

17X24; Sub. S4. Lozier D. Yount. Circ...S-600 

Republican— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; Est. 

'47; 12p 15x22; Sub. $1. Lozier D. 

Yount. Circ (3;-1200 

Times— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '64; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. Thos. Tippit. Circ (|)-1200 

ONARGA, 1270; Iroquois, 38014; 85m SW of Chicago 
on Illinois Central Ry. The town manufactures stoves, 
wire fences, and has a corn-canning factor}'. Has 
farming and stock raising interests. Val. $141,734 
Express; Telegraph. Onarga Bank. Central Hotel. 

Leader and Review— Friday; Ind-Rep; Est. 
'70; 8p 18X24; Sub. Sl.oO. C. E. Carter. 
Circ 1)-1050 



ONEIDA, 785 ; Knox, 43012 ; 4m NE of Galesburg on 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. In a farm region. 
Express; Telegraph. Oneida Ex'change Bank. Tran- 
sient House. 

Dispatch— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. '80; 4p 

20x20; Sub. fl.50. Burgess & White. Circ.®-578 

OQUAWKA*, 1010; Henderson, 10830; 32m W of 
Galesburg on Galva br. C, B. & Q. Ry.; on Mississippi 
river, navigable. Is a manufacturing town, producing 
pearl buttons, excelsior, cigars and brooms. A 
summer resort. Trade centre for agricultural sec- 
tion. Express; Telegraph. Robert Molr & Co., Bankers. 
Smith's Hotel. 
Democrat— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 

15X22; .Sub. $1.50. L. I. Hutchins. Circ. 3-600 

Journal— Wednesdav; Rep; Est. '78; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1.'50. E. A. Hail. Circ ®-980 

Spectator— Wednesdav; Prohibition; Est. '48; 
4p 17x24; Sub. Sl.oO. Harry N. & F. A. 
Patterson. Circ @-315 

ORANGEVILLE, 344; Stephenson, 34933 ; 1.5m N of 
Freejiort on Freeport div. I. C. Ry. Has agricultural 
interests and grist mill. Express; Telegraph. James 
Musser, Banker. 

Courier— Saturday ; Local; Est. '84; 8p 
13x20; Sub. $1. Harry L^. Hartzell. Circ. 



-420 

OREGON*, 1577; Ogle, 29129; 100m W of Chicago 
on Burlington, terminus Chicago, Burlington & North- 
ern Rys. Has .Schiller Piano Company ; E. D. Etnyre & 
Co., steel troughs and sprinklers ; Oregon Roller Mills , 
Chester Nash, steel riding plows: Pike Dernier, 
brooms ; all employing 250 hands. Is farming trade 
centre for surrounding country; trolley to Rockford, 
Dixon and Sterling. Seat of Wells Training School for 
Teachers. Has mineral springs and is summer resort. 
Val. $300,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Spoor Hotel. 

Constitution-Democrat— Fridav ; Dem : Est. 
■66; 4p 15, -22; Sub. $1.20. Jas. Calvert. 
Circ (g)-1250 

Reporter— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '51; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $1.50. Frank J. Schatzle. 
Circ (g)-1025 

Republican— Thursdav ; Rep; Est. '88; 8p 

15 22; Sub. $1.25. Z. A. Landers. Circ.i)-1730 

ORION, 584; Henry, 40049; 18m SE of Rock Island 
on St. Louis div. C, B. & Q. and Rock Island & Peoria 
Rys. Farming forms the chief occupation of the in- 
habitants. Is trade centre for agricultural section. 
Express; Telegraph. State Bank of Orion. 

Times— Thursday : Rep; Est. '77; 8p 15x20; 

Sub. $1.50. BoUes & Stevenson. Circ ©-800 

OTTAWA*, 10588; Lasalle, 87776; 82m SW of 
Chicago on Rock Island and Fox River br. C, B. & Q. 
Rys; on Illinois and Fox rivers and Illinois & Michi- 
gan canal. Hydraulic basin in the city furnishes water 
power. Has Pioneer Fire Proof Consti'uction Co.'s 
factory. King- & Hamilton Co., farm machinery and 
wagons; .J. E. Porter Co., pumps and farming imple- 
ments; S. G. Gay, carriages and buggies; Western 
Cottage Piano & Organ Co., E. De la Chappelle & Co., 
lamp chimneys: U. S. Silica Sand Works, Novelty 
Glass Works, ilinois Valley Clay Co., Standard Fire Brick 
Co., Benedict-Clark Silver Co., Ballard Burner Co., 
Celadon Terra Cotta Co., Pioneer Fireproofing Co,. 
Ottawa Silica Co., Seiberling Plate Glass Co. and minor 
industries. Is trade centre for region within 12 mile 
radius, with 25000 pop. Seat of Pleasant View (Nor- 
wegian Lutheran) College; has Rveburn Memorial 
Hospital. Val. $1,119,061. Express*; Telegraph. Nat. 
City Bank. Clifton House. 

Afholds-Vennen (Nor-Dan.)— Thursday; Tem- 
perance: Est. '94; 4p 13X18; Sub. 50c. 
P. A. Olsen. Circ 

Fair Dealer— Friday ; Ind; Est. '93; 8p-10 

18-22; Sub. $1. G. A. Crowden. Circ.1;-3200 

Free Trader— Evening ex Sat ; Dem ; Est. '88 ; 
4p 18x22; Sub. $5. Wm. Osman & Sons. 
Circ ®-1350 

Free Trader— Sunday ; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 
18x22; Sub. $1. Wm. Osman & Sons. 
Circ 3)-1400 

Free Trader— Friday ; Dem; Est. '40; 12p 
15x22; Sub. $1.*50. AVm. Osman »& Sons. 



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Journal— Evening ex Sat; Rep; Est. '80; 4p 
18x22; Sub. $5. Richards & Sheehan. 
Circ 3-1500 

Journal— Sundav ; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 18X22; 

Sub. SI. Ricliards & Sheehan. Circ (|;-2000 

Journal— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '83; 12p 

If) A 22; Sub. .*1. Richards & Sheehan. 

Circ ®-1800 

Republican-Times— Evening; Rep; Est. '79; 

4-8p 20x24:; Sub. §5. Sapp, Petit & Sapp. 

Circ ^-1250 

Republican-Times— Tluirsday; Rep; Est. '44; 
IL'-lCji l.">x22; Sub. .fl..50. Sapp,Petit& 
Sapp. Circ f -1990 

Wochenblatt (German)— Friday ; Ind-Rep; 
Est. •<;«; 12p 15 1-2x22; Sub. .?2. J.J. 
Witte & .Son. Circ 1-1875 

PALATINE, 1020; Cooli, 1,838,735; 2Gm NW of 
Chicago on •hicago & Northwestern Ry. The town 
lias two flour and planing mills, creameries, and is in a 
fertile farm region. Has dairy interests also. Val. 
$242,004. Express; Telegraph. Palatine Bank. Union 
Hotel. 

Enterprise - Register — Saturday ; Ind-Rep ; 

Est. '78; Sp 17 1-2x22; Sub. is;l.50. Circ.(I)-960 

Review— Friday ; Ind; Est. '9fi; 8p 13x20; 

Sul). SI. 50.' M. T. Lamey. Circ (f:-800 

PALESTINE, 979; Crawford, 19240; Ifim E of Sul- 
livan on Indiana & Illinois Southern Ry. ; on AVabash 
river, navigable. Is a nianufacttiring town and sum- 
mer resort. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, 
Robinson. Catterton House. 

Reporter— Tuesday and Friday; Est. '97; 4p 

17  24; Sub. .SI. H.K.Alexander. Circ 

PALMYRA, 813; Macoupin, 42256; 72m N of St. 
Louis. Mo. on Bluff Line. C. P. vS: St. L. Ry. Has 
tile and lirick works, flour and grist mills. Is trade 
centre for agricultural section. Yal. §125,000. Ex- 
I)ress; Telegraph. Bank of Palmyra. Doty Hotel. 

Transcript— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '90; 8p 

13x20; Sub. . f 1.50. Scott Etter. Circ. .^-1000 

PANA, 5530; Christian, 32790; 42m SE of Springlield 
on Springtteld div. B. & O. S. W., junction Dubuque, 
Freeport & Centralia line I. C. and St. Louis div. C, 
C, C. & St. L. Rys. Has Pana Coal Co., Penwell and 
Springside Coal & Mining and Newbent Coal com- 
panies, Pana Novelty Works, Lily of the Valley Cream- 
ery, foundry and minor industries. Val. §3,500,000. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. St. James 
Hotel. 
News— Daily; Rep; Est. '93; 4-8p 15X22; 

Sub. S5. Arthur E. Paine. Circ (3)-500 

News— Thtirsday ; Rep; Est. '93; 8p; 15X22; 

Sub. .«1. Arthur E. Paine. Circ (1-700 

Palladium— Evening ; Dem; Est. '80; 4p 

15 • 22; Sub. §5. Jacob Swallow. Circ S-550 

Palladium— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '68; 8p 

1 8 < 24 ; Sub. $ 1 . Jacob Swallow. Circ. .®- 1 1 50 

PARIS,* 6105; Edgar, 28273; 90m W of Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. on St. Louis and Cairo divs. B. F. and Peoria 
div. V. Rys. Reservoir Lake, Im N. furnishes water 
for tire and domestic use. Has Merkle Wiley Broom 
Co., Monarch Milling Co., Kidder Hominy Mills ami 
minor industries. Val. S736,615. Express ; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Paris Hotel. 

Beacon— Evening; Rep; Est. '88; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. .§5. Paris Beacon Pub. Co. Circ g^-lOOO 

Beacon— Tuesday and Friday ; Rep; Est. '48; 
sp 15x22; Sub. fl.50. Paris Beacon Pub. 
Co. Circ (3;-2500 

Gazette— Morning ex Mon ; Dem; Est. '93; 

sj, 15x22; .Sub. .?5.20. Shoaff Bros. Circ..(3:-500 

Gazette— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '73; 8p 

15 -^22; Sub. $1.50. Shoaff Bros. Circ..(S-1000 

Herald— Friday ; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). $1.50. Wittick Bros. Circ (J)-900 

Republican— Evening; Rep; Est. '86; 4p 

15  22; Sub. $5. J. M. Sheets. Circ (J)-550 

Republican— Friday : Rep ; Est. '77 ; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. J. M. Sheets. Circ ®-1150 

PAWNEE, 5'.i5; Sangamon, 71593; 20m S of Spring- 
ticld. tfiminus Pawnee Ry. Manufactures tile and has 
several grain elevators. Val. (twp.) .§517,484. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank of Pawnee. 



Observer— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $1. Observer Printing and 
Stationery Co. Circ ®-200 

PAWPAW, 765; Lee, 29894; 36m W of Aurora on 
Shabbona ^.V* Sterling br. C, B. & Q. Ry. Agriculture. 
Express: Telegraph. Union Bank. Detamore House. 

Times— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '78; 8p 13x20; 
Sub. $1.50. O. W. Briggs. (Prints an edi- 
tion under heading : Record, Compton.) 
Comb. Circ '3-750- 

PAX'TON, 3036; Ford, 18359; 50m E of Bloomington, 
junction Illinois Central and Lake Erie & Western Rys. 
Here are wagon and i)low factories, tile and brick 
plants. Is shipping point for farming and cattle 
raising district. Val. $282,146. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Blackstone Hotel. 

Record— Evening; Rep; Est. '97; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. $4. N. E. Stevens & Son. Circ f -214- 

Record— Thursday : Rep: Est.'65; 8p 20x26; 
Sub. $1.50. N. E. Stevens & Son. (Prints 
an edition under name of Times, Loda.) 
Comb. Circ ®-1650- 

Register— Wednesday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '75; 
8p 18x24; Sub. $1.50. J. C. Dunham. 
Circ 3:-972 

PAYSON, 465; Adams, 67058; 15m SE of Quincy; 

nearest railroad point. Fall Creek. Surrounded by 

farm lands. Val. (twii.) $498,770. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank, Quincy. 

Times— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '96; 6p 22x30; 

Sub. $1. E. P. Maher. Circ ©-500- 

PEARL CITY, 600; Stephenson, 34933; 12m W of 
Freeport on Chicago Great Western Ry. Has stock, 
grain, farm interests, condensed milk factory and 
creamery. Express; Telegraph. Pearl City Bank. 

News— Thursdav ; Rep; Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.25. ' J. J. Freas. Circ (J-SOO- 

PECATONICA, 1045; Winnebago, 47845; 15m W of 
Rockford on Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Is market, 
for cattle raising and extensive dairy interests. Val. 
$164,069. Express; Telegraph. Pecatonica Bank. 
Pecatonica House. 

News— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '72; Sp 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. Nate L. Colby. Circ (Ji-900- 

PEKIN,* 8420; Tazewell, 33221; 10m S of Peoria 
on Chicago, Peoria & St Louis, Peoria & Eastern div. 
C, C, C. & St. L., Chicago & Alton. Illinois Central. A., 
T. & S. F., Peoria & Pekin terminal and Uni(ui Illinois 
Valley Belt line; on Illinois river, with freight packet 
service to St. Louis, Peoria and intermediate jmints. Has 
the T. & H. Smith Co., wagons; Pekin Plow Co., Acme 
Harvester Co.. Pekin Steam Coo])erage Co., Globe and 
American Distillery comjianies, Illinois Sugar Refining 
Co., Duisdicker Foundry & Mfg. Co., and minor inter- 
ests, employing 2900 people. Is trade centre for Taze- 
well and southern Peoria counties. Val. $9,500,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Farmers' Nat. Bank. Tazewell 
Hotel. 

Anchor and Shield-Monthly; A. O. U. W; 

Est. '79: 8p 11X16; Sub. 60c. Anchor and 

Shield Pub. Co. Circ T -20317 

Freie Presse (German)— Thursday; Ind; Est. 

'76; 12p 15x22; Sub. $2. Albert Weiss. 

Circ @-2276 

Post-Tribune— Evening; Rep; Est. '85; 8p 

18X22; Sub. $5. Tribune Ptg. Co. Circ.if-2240 

Tribune (weekly edition of Post-Tribune)— 
Thursday; Rep; Est. '35; 8p 18X22; Sub. 
$1.50. tribune Ptg. Co. Circ ®-3650 

Times — Evening ; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 

17 1-2x24; Sub. $6. Times Pub. Co. 

Circ ®-1400 

Times — Thursday ; Dem; Est. '40; 8p 

17 1-2x24; Sub. $2. Times Pub. Co. . 

Circ (t-3000 

PEORIA*, 56100; Peoria, 88608; 160m SW of Chi- 
cago, terminus Galeslnirg & Peoria br. C, B. & Q., 
junction Chicago & Alton, Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis, 
Peoria and Rock Island and Bureau and Peoria 
branches of the Rock Island System. Peoria and East- 
ern div. of the Big P'our, Illinois Central, Lake Erie & 
Western, Terre Haute div. of Vandalia,l*eoria & Pekin 
Union, Peoria and Pekin terminal, Toledo, Peoria & 
Western, Iowa Central and Chicago & Northwestern 
Rys; on Illinois river, with three steamer lines for 
leading river ports. Peoria has 600 manufactories,. 



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■with S20,0()0,000 capital, with 10,000 employees, 
monthly payroll of S40(),000 and an annual profluct 
valued at §75,000.000. The leadinjj concerns are : Dis- 
tilleries that manufacture more spirits than anywhere 
else in the world. The Peoria Scooi)l>oard & Imjdement 
Co., (iarside .Mfg. Co., planing mill ; Truesdale Mfg. Co., 
planinn: mill: McAleenan Boili'r Works, Peoria Buggy 
Mfg. Co.. Wahfield Mfg. Co., stove fixtures; Meyer 
Furnace Co., Lucas Iron "Works, Peoria Cordage Co., 
hinder twine ; 3Iaaagan & Walsh, Rockford and Hutch- 
inson Cooperage companies, Allair-AVoodward Co., 
chemists ; Cutler & Proctor, stoves ; Peoria Corn Meal 
>rill, Vienna Home and Globe Mills, flour; Leisy and 
Gipps Brewing companies and Glucose .Sugar Refining 
Co. Peoria is the trade and wholesale centre for Illinois, 
with an annual business aggregating millions. Trolley 
to Pekin. Here are the Peoria Hospital for the Incur- 
able Insane, St. Francis, Cottage, City and County 
Hospitals, home office of the German ]<"ire Insurance 
Co. of Peoria and international headquarters of the 
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, Order of Railway 
Telegraphers and Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. 
Glen Oak Park is one of the handsomest parks in the 
country. The city has manv summer visitors. Val. 
S0,206,34'2. E.xpress; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
National Hotel. 
Demokrat (German) — Evening; Ind-Dem; 
Est. (SO; ip 20X26; Sub. .'JO. 50. B. Cre- 

nier & Bros. Giro (5-1040 

Demokrat (German)— Thursday; Ind-Dem; 
Est. '00; 4p 22X28; Sub. $2. B. Cremer 

& Bros. Circ -Ji-SOSO 

Herald Transcript— Morning; Dem; Est. '89; 
Sp 17-24; Sub. §5.20. Peoria Herald 
Pub. Co. Circ (3)-7188 

Herald Transcript— Sunday ; Dem; Est. '89; 
8-32p 17X24; Sub. $— . Peoria Herald 
Pub. Co. Circ $-5360 

Herald Transcript— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '89; 
8p 17,; 24; .Sub. .SI. Peoria Herald Pub. 
Co. Circ ®-2250 

Journal — Evening; Ind; Est. '68; 8-24p 

17 1-4x22 3-4; Sub. .$2.60. Journal Co. 

Circ ®-12860 

Journal — Sunday; Ind; Est. '80; 16-24p 

17 1-4x22 3-4; Sub. $1.50. Journal Co. 

fire ^-6430 

Journal — Thursday ; Rep; Est. '85; 8p 

17 1-4x22 3-4; Sub. 75c. Journal Co. 

Circ (D-6500 

Post— Thursday; Ind; Est. '1)4; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. .S2. Post Printing Co. Circ @-1250 

Sonne (German)— Evening; Rep; Est. '79; 4p 

20X26 ; Sub. .S6. .Sonne Printing Co. Circ..®-1550 

Glocke (German) (Sunday edition of Sonne)— 
.Sunday; Rep; Est. '80; 4p 20x26; Sub. 
.SI. 50. .Sonne Printing Co. Circ (J)-3560 

Sonne (German)— Thursday ; Rep: Est. '79; 4p 

22x26; .Sub. .S2. .Sonne Printmg Co. Circ.®-1240 

Star— Evening; Ind; Est. '97; 12-24p 18X24; 

Sub;.S2.60. Peoria Star Co. Circ ®-23742 

Star— Sunday; Ind; Est. '97; 20-32p 18X24; 

.Sub. .SI. Peoria Star Co. Circ (D-9717 

Peoria Weekly Gazette — Friday ; Labor ; 
Est. ■'.)(', : .sj) 1,-) . 22; .Sub. §1. Walter S. 
Bush. Circ 1-1536 

Volksfreund 'German)— Morning; Ind; Est. 
"97: 8p 15X22; Sub. $5. Peoria Volks- 
freund Co. Circ (§)-5600 

PEOTONE, 1003; Will, 74764; 40m S of Chicago on 
Illinois Central Ry. Manufactures brick, tile, cigars, 
willow ware and carriages. Is trade centre for sur- 
rounding farming regions. Val. .§331,285. Express; 
Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. Peotone House. 

Vedette— Friday ; Rep; Est. '94; 12p 11x15; 

Sub. .§1.25. J.C.Adams. Circ cS-1000 

PERRY, 642; Pike, 31595; 14m N of Pittsfleld; 
nearest railroad point, Griggsville. Produces wagons 
and agricultural produce. Val. (twp.) .§347,407. 
Express; Telegraph. Perry State Bank. 

News— Friday; Local; Est. '93; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. §1.25. A. E. Wilkins. Circ S-500 

PERU, 6863 ; Lasalle, 87776 : 100m SW of Chicago on 
Rock Island, Burlington and Illinois Central Rys.; on 
Illinois river and Illinois & Michigan canal. Has Illinois 
Zinc Co., Peru Plow & Wheel Co., Chas. Brunner, found- 
ry and scale factory; Star Union Brewing Co., Peru 



Metal Novelty Co., sash and door factory. Peru Beer 
Co. and minor industries. Is farming, coal mining and 
manufacturing trade centre for 50000 people. Trolley 
to La .Salle. Seat of St. Bede College. Val. §558,- 
r,t;i. Express; Telegraph. Peru Nat. Bank. 

Ne'WS-Herald- Evening; Ind; Est. '87; 4p 

15  22: Sub. §4. H. S. Corwin. Circ. ..^-1700 

News-Herald— "VVednesdav ; Ind; Est. '58; 4p 

20X26: Sub. §1.50. H. S. Corwin. Circ.1-1150 

PETERSBURG*, 2807; Menard, 14336; 187m SAV of 
Chicago on Chicago & Alton and Chicago, Peoria & St. 
Louis Rys. Industries : Coal mining, mattress, canning, 
creamery, brick and tile factories. Is trade centre for 
county. Val. §407,683. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank. Hotel Smoot. 

Democrat— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '60; 4p 
20-26: Sub. §1.50. Wilkinson & On- 
stott. Circ 1-1250 

Observer— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '76; 4p 

20x26; Sub. §1.50. W. R. Parks. Circ. at -1140 

PHILO, 502; Champaign, 47622; 4.3m N of Decatur 
on Wabash Ry. Ships grain and vegetables. Val. (twp.) 
§384,663. Express; Telegraph. Philo Exchange 
Bank. 

Budget— Friday ; Neutral; Est.' 89; 4p 
13 1-4x18; Sub. §1.20. Mont. Robin- 
son. Circ '3 -000 

PINCKNEYVILLE*, 2357; Perry, 19830; 61m SE of 
.St. Louis at the junction Illinois Central and Waliash, 
Chester & AVestern Rys. A coal mining town. Has 
flour mills, wagon, lumber and plow factories and rail- 
road shops. A local trade centre. Val. §100,394. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Murphy, Wall & Co., Bankers. City 
Hotel. 

Advocate— Thursday : Rep ; Est.'97 ; 8pl4X22 ; 

Sul>. §1. C.R.Davis. Circ ®-1200 

Democrat— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. 

'7«;; 4p 15x22; Sub. §1.50. Roy Alden. 

Circ 3 -950 

PIPER CITY, 577; Ford, 18359; 70m E of Peoria on 
Toledo, Peoria & Western Ry. Grain shipping point 
for section. Express; Telegraph. Piper City Bank. 
City Hotel. 

Journal— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '97; 8p 13x20; 

.Sub. §1. C.E.Gilpin. Circ ;.(g;-620 

PITTSFIELD*, 2293; Pike, 31595; 40m SE of 
Ouincy on Pittsfleld br. W. Ry. Is trade centre for 
prosperous agricultural and stock raising community. 
Flouring mills and canning factory. Val. .§350,621. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Pittsfleld House. 
Democrat— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '47; 8p 
l.""> - 21; .Sub. §1.50. J. M. Bush & Sons. 

f'ii"<- (D-1950 

Republican— Thursday : Rep; Est. '42; 8p 
15x22; Sub. §1.50. Stauffer & Mayo. 

Circ |:--940 

Times— Wednesday : Dem ; Est. '81 ; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. §1.50. Bentley & Caughlan. Circ... §-960 

PLAINFIELD, '••20: Will, 74764; 8m NWof Jolieton 
i;igin, Joliet iS: Eastern Ry. A farming and dairying 
town. Val. (twp.) §501,815. Express; Telegraph. 
Plainfield Bank. Central Hotel. 

Enterprise— Thursday ; Local; Est. '87; 8p 

15-22; .Sub. §1. U. S. G. Blakely. Circ..®-1050 

PLAINVILLE, 296; Adams, 67058; 18m SE of 
Quiucy. Stage to Quincy, Hull and Ry. station. Farm- 
ing. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Quincy. 
Messenger— Thursday ; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. J.W.Madison. Circ @-550 

PLANO, 1634; Kendall, 11467; 14m SW of Aurora 
on ( hieago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Maufactures 
farm implements, lawn swings and ladders and is in a 
dairying section. Val. §186,487. Express ; Telegraph. 
Alliert H. Sears, Banker. Piano House. 

News— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. §1.25. Geo. S. Faxon. (Prints an edi- 
tion under name of Comet, Lisbon.) 
Comb. Circ (2-1500 

PLYMOUTH, 854; Hancock, 32215; 40m NE of 
Quincy on Galesburg br. C, B. & Q. Ry. A commer- 
cial centre and market for an agricultural section. 
Express; Telegraph. Plj'mouth Exchange Bank. 
Thompson House. 



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Scribe— Thursday ; Neutral; Est. '95; 8p 

1.5x22; Sub. SI. S. H. Aldridge. Circ... .®-600 

POCAHONTAS, J^82: Bond, 1G078; 10m SAV of Green- 
\ illc on \';in(lalia Ky. Dairying and farming centre. 
Here are Hour mills." Express ; Telephone ; Telegraph. 
Bank, Greenville. 

Press— Saturday; Est.'98; 8p 13X20; Sub. $1. 

I're.'^s I'ub. Co. Circ. .®-560 

FOLOt 18C9; Ogle, 29129: ll&m W of Chicago on Du- 
buque, Freeport & Centralia line I. C. and Chicago, 
Burlington i.^- Xorthern Kys. Three large creameries. 
Ships cattle, hogs, horses, "corn, oats and hay in large 
quantities. Is a manufacturing town and trade centre 
tor tlve townships. Yal. .§276,850. Express; Tele- 
graph. Exchange Nat. Bank. Exchange Hotel. 

Press— Thursday: Ind-Rep; Est. '58-; lOp 

].'><22; Sub. .Sl.SO. A. S. Cowan. Circ. 1-3007 

Visitor— Wednesday and Saturday; Rep; Est. 
\si ; 4:-8p 18x24; Sub. f 1.50. A. S. Craw- 
ford. Circ ®-700 

PONTIAC*, 42fi6; Livingston, 42035; 92m SAV of 
Chicago, junction Chicago & Alton, Wabash and I. C. 
Kys. Manufactures boxes, machinery and shoes; raises 
poultry, grain and live stock; mines coal and is trade 
centre for and county seat of Livingston County. Val. 
$800,000. Express ;"Telegraph. Nat. Bank of Pontiac. 
Phoenix Hotel. 

Leader— Evening; Rep; Est. '9G; 4p 20x24; 

Sub. S4. Pontiac Leader I'ub. Co. Circ...(3;-800 

Leader— Thursday; Rep; Est. '83; 8-lOp 
20x24; Sub. 1?1.25. Pontiac Leader Pub. 
Co. Circ @-1400 

Observer— Friday; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. "Johnson & Reno. Circ (J)-1G00 

Sentinel— i'riday : Rep; Est. '57; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.5(1. Chas. R. Truitt. Circ ^-1050 

PORT BYRON, 732; Rock Island, 65635 ; 15m NE of 
Rock Island on Racine and Southwestern div. C, M. & 
St. P. and C, B. & Q. Rys.; on Mississippi river with 
freight and passenger facilities. Is a manufacturing 
town and trade centre for the northern part of the 
county. A summer resort of some importance. Ex- 
press-Telegraph. Bank of Port Byron. Port Byron 
House. 
Globe— Thursday ; Ind; Est. 80; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. "Hall& McMeekin (|)-1250 

POTOMAC, 714; Vermilion, 65635; 19m NW of 
Danville on Illinois Central Ry. Great .summer resort. 
Its artesian wells are famous. Is in an agricultural dis- 
trict and has small manufactures. Express ; Telegraph. 
Bank of Marysville, Marysville. 

Independent-Iud; Est. 1902; 8p. Ora E. 

Flaningan. 
Potomac Independent— Friday; Ind; Est. '92; 

sp 1,jX1'2; Suli. SI. Ora D. Flaningan. 

(in- J -600 

Potomac Republican— Friday; Rep; Est. '98; 

s-l2p; Sub. ,sl.25. A.M.Parker. Circ. 1-1122 

PRAIRIE CITY, 818; McDonough, 28412; 22m SW 
of (ialesburg on Galesburg & Quincy br. C, B. cS: Q.Ry. 
In the finest farm region in the state. Yal. (tw^i.) 
.S324,259. Exi>ress; Telegrapli. Prairie City Bank. 
European House. 

Herald— Saturday; Ind; Est. '85; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. -SI. 50. L.M.Hamilton. Circ ®-540 

News— Thursday: Ind: Est. '84; 8p 13x20; 

Sul). si. J. R. Kenneday. Circ @-500 

PRINCETON*, 4023; Bureau, 41112; 100m SW of 
Chicago on the Burlington Route. Is trade centre for 
large agricultural and mining section. A'al. .8852,879. 
Express; Telegrajih. First Nat. Bank. Powell Hotel. 

Record— Thursday: Kei>; Est. '81; 8p 17x24; 

Sul). .si. 50. F. E. I'nholz. Circ S-1200 

Republican— Thursday : Rep; Est. '48; 12p 

15 ■2-2; Sub. .s2. Bailey & Son. Circ... -(3)-4225 
Tribune— Friday: Dem; Est. '72; 12p 15x22; 

Sub. s2. E.K.Mercer. Circ ©-1975 

PRINCEVILLE, 735; Peoria, 88608; 22m NW of 
I'eorui on Atchison, Toi)eka & Santa Fe and Rock 
Island & I'eorja Rys. Is trade centre for an agricul- 
tural region. Val. (tw)).) .8583,250. Express; Tele- 
graph. Auten & Auten, Bankers. Arlington Hotel. 



Telephone — Thursday; Ind: Est. '77; 8p 
15  22: Sub. 81. Telephone Printing Co. 
Comb. Circ J -1800 

PROPHETSTOWN, 1143; Whiteside, 34710; IGm SW 
ot Sterling on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Has 
farming and stock raising. Val. (tw]).) 8490,280. Ex- 
press: Telegraph. Bank of Prophetstown. 
Echo— Saturday; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. 81. H. G. Hotchkiss. Circ ^1-576 

Spike— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '71; 8p 20x26; 

Sub. 81. Spike Pub. Co. Circ 5-675 

QUINCY*, 44000; Adams, G1888; 146m NW of St. 
Louis on Burlington, AVabash and Port Arthur Route, 
terminus Hannibal & St. Joe, Galesburg & Quincy and 
Burlington cV- Quincy brs. C, B. & Q. and Blu'ffs & 
Quincy br. AV. Rys.; on Mississippi river with passen- 
ger and freight steamer connections with all impor- 
tant river jjorts in Mississippi valley. Here are the 
American Straw Board Co., Anheuser-Busch, Dick & 
Bros., Ruff, AVahl, Schauz and A\'m. J. Lemp, brewing 
companies. Central Iron AVorks, Arrow Rock Mining 
& Milling Co.. Collins Plow company, Geo. Ertel Co., 
hay presses; Henry Knapheide AVagon Co., Channon- 
Emery, Thos. AVhite, Gem City, (Quincy and Excelsior 
Stove companies, and Knitte'l and Quincy Show Case 
companies, Freiburg Boot & Shoe Mfg. Co.', Irwin Paper 
Co., Eagle Tobacco company. Seat of Chaddock, Union, 
Gem City and St. Francis (R. Catholic) colleges and St. 
Mary's (R. Catholic) Institute. A'al. $4,833,360. Ex- 
press; Telegra])h. Ricker Nat. Bank. Hotel Newcombe. 

Club Life and Woman's Review— Monthly ; 
Est. -'.>:>: 4.".p SXIU; Sub. 5oc Ida Ayers 
AVorrcll. ('tic " 

Enterprise— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '78; 8p 
15^^1-2x22; Sub. 81. H. H. Reckmeyer & 
Co. Circ 5-3600 

Farmers' Call— Thursday ; Agricultural; Est. 
'8U;20-24p 8 1-2X1^; Sub. 50c. John M. 
Stahl. Circ |;-56107 

PiihlisJier's Statement. — The Farmer's Call is pub- 
lished at the central point of the richest rural terri- 
tory in the country. It has never offered a premium 
or had a guessing contest. It will not admit offen- 
sive or dishonest ads. It guarantees the reliability 
of Its advertisers. It has absolutely the same rate 
to all. It will be pleased to submit unsolicited testi- 
monials from well-known advertisers, many of whom 
have increased their space. 
Germania (German)— Evening; Ind-Dem; Est. 
'74: 4p 20x26; Sub. 86. Germania 
Printing & Pub. Co. Circ 3 -1000 

Germania < German)— Tuesday ; Ind-Dem ; Est. 
'74; ,sp 15 1-2x22; Sub. 82. Germania 
Printing & Pub. Co. Circ 1^-2000 

Herald— Evening: Dem; Est. '49; 8p 18x23; 

Sub. 86.50. (Quincy Herald Co. Circ '3)-6200 

Herald— Friday; Dem; Est. '35; 8p 18x23; 

Sub. 81. (i"uincy Herald Co. Circ @-4000 

Journal— Evening ; Ind-Dem; Est. '83; 8p 

19x22; Sub. $5. Frank Kimbrough. 

Circ 1-11718 

Piihlisher's Statemeul. — The Journal does not pre- 
tend to be the only pebble on the beach, even in its 
own field. There are others. It has no exclusive con- 
trol of any portion of the earth's surface. It has no 
cinch on the advertisers of this country, or on any of 
them. It is .just a fair country daily", able to give a 
good service in its field, which is the garden spot of 
the Mississippi valley. Here we have fertile acres, 
many factories and stout banks. The Journal wants 
all the decent advertising it can get at card rates — 
l)Ut not a line below those rates. Tliat's all ! 
Journal of Industry— Thursday; Ind-Dem; 

Est. ".S5; 4p 18. ■,26; Sub. 81. Fred P. 

Taylor. Circ ^-1800 

Labor News— Saturday : Labor; Est. '94; 8p 

15x22; Sub. 81. W. H. Hoffman. Circ. 5-2819 

Optic— Saturday; Family; Est. '85; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 82. Charles <& Brooker. Circ {3)-1600 

Poultry Keeper— Monthly ; Poultry; Est. '84; 
4S-64p 9X12; Sub. 50c. PoultiT Keeper 
rub. Co. Circ T ®-20333 

Record— Saturday : Rep; Est.'98; 12p 15X24; 

Sub. 81. Record Pub. Co. Circ (3^-4565 

ReliablePoultry Journal— Monthly ;Specialty; 
Est. '94: c.n-Kisp '.1X12; Sub. 50c. Re- 
liable I'oultry Journal I'ub. Co. Circ (2)-40000 



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Review— Saturday; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). .*1.2;>. Add L. Liuigtlon. Circ :g)-1920 

Western Catholic— Saturday : Kst. '97; 4p 

ISXL'L': Sail. si. John l\ Kidder. CircJ-loSO 

Whig— Morning ex Mou ; Rep ; Est. '38 ; 8-12p 

11)X21!; Sub. .§6. J. B. EUis. Circ 1.-7054 

Whig— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '38; 8p 19x22; 

Sub. .SI. J.B.Ellis. Circ 1-7455 

Whig— Sunday: Rep: Est. '38; 8-16p 19x22; 

Sub. .?1.50. J.B.Ellis. Circ.---- ®-7468 

RAMSEY, 747; Fayette, 280G5 ; 18m S of Pana on 
Dubuque, Freeport & Centralia div. I. C. and 
Clover Leaf Rys. Important trade centre for agricul- 
tural section. Val. (tMp.) .$309,198. Express; Tele- 
grajih. Fayette County Bank. Cary House. 

News- Journal— Friday ; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 

13x20; Sub. $1.25. F. M. Bolt. Circ (J)-780 

RANKIN, 754; Vermilion, r,5G35 ; 110m S of Chi- 
cago 1)11 L;ike Erie & Western Ry. Has tile factory 
anil repair shops of Eake Erie & Western Ry. Is local 
trade centre for agricultural section. Val. .«;600,000. 
Express: Telegraph. Rankin, Whitham & Co., Bank- 
ers. The Columbian Hotel. 

Independent— Friday ; Ind; Est. '86; 8p 

15 1-4x22; Sub. §1. C. E. Groves. Circ..®-700 

RANSOM, 339; Lasalle, 87776; 22m SE of Ottawa 
on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Farming. Ex- 
oress: Telegraph. Ransom Bank, Ransom. 

Review— Saturday : Local; Est. '99; 8p 

15X22; Sub. .SI. E. B. .Stiles. Circ. J-450 

RANTOTJL, 1207; Champaign, 47622; 14m N of 
I rbana on Sjjringfleld div., Rantoul br. I. C. Ry. Chief 
industries and manufactures : Flax mills, machine shops, 
tile and wagon works, poultry packers, cigar factory 
and elevator plants. Val. .?1 15,087. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Collison Bros. & Co., Bankers. Martin House. 

News— Wednesday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '89; 8p 

18x24; Sub. .>;1. 50. E.J.Udell. Circ... 3 -1400 

Press— Friday; Rep; Est. '73;8p 18x22; Sub. 

S1.50. Weir & Collison. Circ (3)-1500 

Thomasboro News— Thursday ; Neutral; Est. 

T.Mil; 4p 18X24: Sub. .$1. E.J.Udell. Circ.;5;-400 

RARITAN, 260; Henderson, 10836; 31m SW of 
Galesburg ; nearest railroad i)oint. Media. In a farm 
region. Telephone, Telegraph, Media Exchange Bank. 



Reporter— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '84; 8p 

15  22; Sub. .sl.oO. E.O.Barnes. Circ. 4-450 

RAVENSWOOD, 1500; Cook, 1,838,735; suburb of 
Chicago. Raveuswood Bank. 

Chicagoian— Friday; Local; Est. '92; 4p 
15X22; Sub. SI. North Shore Press Co. 
Circ ©-1350 

RAYMOND, 906; Montgomery, 30836; 50m SW of 
Decatur on Decatur & St. Louis br. W. Ry. 
Agriculture and coal mining are the chief in- 
dustries. Is trade centre for the northeast- 
ern part of Montgomery county. One of the best busi- 
nss i)oints in Central Illinois. Val. $195,000. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank of Raymond. Commercial 
Hotel. 

Independent— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 
i:!  20; Sub. .$1.50. Joseph W. Potts. 
Circ 3 -1000 

RED BIJD, 1176; Randolph, 28001; 35m SE of St. 
Louis, .Mo. on Mobile & Ohio Ry. Raises farm i)roduce 
and cattle. Val. §126,290. Express; Telegraph. Red 
Bud Bank. Commercial Hotel. 

Pilgrim — Saturday ; Ind; Local; Est. '97; 

8-12p 15X22; Sub. $1. Guy Selly. Circ. 3-1260 

REYNOLDS, 329: Rock Island, 53249; 16m S of 
Rock Island on Cable br. C. R. I. & P. Ry. Agriculture 
and stock raising. Express; Telegraph. Reynolds 
Bank. 

Press— Friday; Ind; Est. '94; 8-lOp 15x22; 

Sub. $1. Guy V. Pettit. Circ 3)-1241 

RICHMOND, 576: McHenry, 29759; 60m NW of 
Chicago on Fox River br. C. & N. W. Ry. Trade centre 
for prosperous agricultural section. Val. $314,775. 
Exju-ess ; Telegraph. Bank of Richmond. 

Gazette— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '76; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. 81.5(1. Holmes & Wright. Circ 3)-780 



RIDGE FARM, 933; Vermilion, 65635; 17m S of 
Danville on Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City and Cairo 
div. C, C, C. & St. L. Ry. In an agricultural section. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Ridge Farm 
House. 

Republican— Friday ; Ind; Est. '87; 8p 
i;; .20: Sub. $1.50. Frank R. Osborne. 
Circ S-1800 

RIDGWAY, 939; Gallatin, 16836; 12m NAT of 
Shawneetown on Baltimore & Southwestern Ry. Has 
farm interests. Val. $315,425. Express; Telegraph. 
Gallatin County Bank. 

News— Friday; Dem; Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1. W. B. Barnum. Circ ^-960 

RIVERSIDE, 5581 : Cook, 1,838,735; 12m W of Chi- 
cago <ui Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. In a region 
growing farm produce. Express; Telegraph. Bank, 
Chicago. 

Echo— Saturday; Est.'95; 4p 11X16; Sub. $2. 
^Y. G. Morford. Circ 



-450 



RIVERTON, 1511; Sangamon, 71593; 7m NE of 
Spriiigtield on Wabash Ry. Agriculture forms the 
principal pursuit. Express; Telegraph. 
Enterprise — Saturday ; Ind; Est. '98; 4p 

24X36: Sub. $1. John H. Eaton. Circ...(J-1200 

ROANOKE, 966; Woodford, 21822; 25m NE of 
Peoria on I'ekin br. A., T. & S. F. Ry. Mining and agKi- 
culture are the chief industries. Extensive wagon and 
rejiair shops. Artesian wells in abundance. Trade 
centre for agricultural and mining sections. Val. 
(twij.) 8501,603. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' Bank. 
Darling House. 

C^U— Friday; Local; Est. '91; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. Call Pub. Co. Circ 3;-800 

ROBERTS, 446; Ford, 18359: 15m NW of Paxton on 
Springtield div. I. C. Ry. Tile factory. Trade centre 
for farmers. Express ; Telegraph. Roberts Exchange 
Bank. 

Herald— Friday ; Local; Est. '98; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. $1. Albert W. Bentley. Circ ®-300 

ROBINSON*, 1683; Crawford, 19240; 40m SW of 
Terre Haute, Ind. on Cairo div. C, C, C. & St. L. and 
Eftingham br. Illinois Central Rys. Is trade centre for 
Crawford county. Val. $162,856. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank. Griggs House. 

Argus— Wednesday ; Rep ; Est.' 63 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

.Sub. $1.50. Geo. W. Harper. Circ (3;-1176 

Constitution— Wednesday ; Dem ; Est. '63 ; 8p 

15x22; Sub. $1.50. John S. Abbott. 

Circ S-1270 

Republican— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '97; 8p 

15X22; Sub. $1. Wadwell & Ricker. Cire.(D-816 

ROCHELLE, 2073; Ogle, 29129; 27m S of Rockford 
on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy and Chicago & 
Northwestern Rys. The town manufactures brick, oat 
meal, barbed wire, tile and harrows and is in a fertile 
farm district. Val. $333,916. Express; Telegraph. 
Rochelle Nat. Bank. Bracket House. 

Herald— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '81; 8p 
20x26; Sub. $1.50. Howard A. Morris. 
Circ ®-1550 

Independent— Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '97; 

lo-12p IS <24; Sub. $1. Lux Bros. Circ.S-2626 
Register— Friday; Rep; Est. '61; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. 50. Geo. W. Dicus. Circ ®-1350 

ROCHESTER, 365; Sangamon, 71593; 8m SE of 
Springtield on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Ry. 
Farming. Val. (twp.) $453,216. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Rochester 

Item— Thursday ; Est. '82; Gp 20x26; Sub. 

si. J.M.Dillon. Circ I)-550 

ROCK FALLS, 2176; Whiteside, 34710; 77m W of 
Aurora on Rock river. Northwestern and Chicago, Bur- 
lington & Quincy Rys. With good water power, the 
town has machine shops, foundries, furniture, car- 
riage, agricultural implement, barbed wire and tool 
factories, paper and flouring mills. Val. .$900,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Stanley House. 

News— Saturday ; Rep: Est. '82: 8p 15x22; 

Sul). $1.50. Parker & Menzer. Circ ^-800 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



ROCKFOED*, 31051; AVinnebago, 47845: 92m W 
ot ( liicago on Illinois Central, Chicago, Milwaukee & 
St. faul, Chicago & Northwestern and C. B. & (J. 
Rys., three inter-urban lines. Has 240 manufac- 
tories, with S7, 715,069 capital, emjiloying 5223 people, 
with monthly pav roll of .s20().125 and an annual 
product of .?S.S8.it04. The leading concerns are : 22 
Furniture, four Knitting and Brick companies. Rock- 
ford Bolt, Burial Case, Canning, Mitten and Hosiery, 
Overalls Mfg., Packing, Silver Plate, Kuokford Brewing 
Co., Sugar Refining, Suspender and Woolen ;Mills com- 
panies and Malleable Iron Works, Ingersoll Milling 
Machine Co. and Trahern Pump Co., iron works. Is seat 
of Rockford College; has Forest City, State of Illinois 
and Western Branch American of Newark Insurance 
companies. Rockford is a busy manufacturing city 
called the "Lowell of the West." Val. .SS, 569.401. Ex- 
jiress; Telegraph. Rockford Nat. Bank. The Nelson 
House. 
Germania (Oerman)— Fridav; Neutral; Est. 
",S5; 8p 18x24; Sub. $2. Ferdinand 
Stedinger. Circ :j,-1250 

Poster (Swedish) — Friday; Rep; Est. '89; 
8-14p 18x22 1-2; Sub. .SI. Rockfords- 
Posten Pub. & Printing Co. Circ (g;-5260 

Register-Gazette— Evening; Rep; Est. '67; 
Sj) 17> 24: Sub. .'*3.12. Register-Gazette 
Co. Circ ®-6008 

Register-Gazette— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; 
Est. "40; 8p 17x24; Sub. $1. Register- 
Gazette Co. Circ (I;-7078 

Republic-Evening: Rep; Est. '90; 6-12p 

18 -23; Sub. .■?3. 12. Republic Co. Circ..(D-6577 

Star— Morning ex Mon ; Ind-Dem; Est. '88; 
f>-8p 17x23; Sub. S5. The Star Printing 
Co. Circ. a -5092 

Star — Sunday; Ind-Dem; Est. '88; 12-20p 
17X23; Sub. $2. The .Star Printing Co. 
Cire ®-5629 

Star— Monday and Thursday; Ind-Dem; Est. 
'66; 6-8p 17x23; Sub. .t^l. The Star 
Printing Co. Circ Ci:-4185 

ROCK ISLAND*, 19493; Rock Island, 55249; 180m 
W of Chicago on Rock Island, Burlington, Chicago, 
Milwaukee & St. Paul and Rock Island & Peoria Rys. ; 
on Mississippi river, with passenger and freight 
steamer connection with all important river ports. 
Rock river and Hennepin canal furnish immense water 
power. Has Banner and Black Diamond Coal comjja- 
nies. Coal Valley Mining Co., M. O. Griswold & Co., 
Nickel-in-the-Slot machines; Mississippi Logging, 
Rock Island Art Stained Glass, Brewing, Buggy, Lum- 
bering and Mfg., Mining and Milling, Plow, Sash and 
Door and Stove companies and minor industries. Is 
farming trade and jobbing centre for tlOOOO people. 
Trolley to Moline and Milan, 111. and Davenport, la. 
United States Armory and Arsenal at Rock Island on 
Mississippi river adjoining the city; has beautiful 
grounds, with 16 shops employing, in war time, 3O00 
men, making gun carriages and cavalry and infantry 
equipment. Seat of Augustana (Lutheran) College and 
Western Illinois Insane Hospital. Headquarters Mod- 
ern Woodmen of America and Fraternal Tribunes. 
Famous Black Hawk Tower attracts summer visitors. 
Val. .*2, 083,972. Express; Telegrai)h. Rock Island 
Nat. Bank. Harper House. 

Argus- Evening; Dem; Est. '51; 8p 17x20; 

Sub. .§5.20. J. W. Potter Co. Giro (D-2962 

Argus— Friday ; Dem; Est. '51; 8p 17x23; 

.Sub. .$1.50. J. W. Potter Co. Circ (D-1500 

Augustana (Swedish)— Thursday ; Lutheran ; 
Est. '55: 16p 11X16; Sub. .§1.75. Augus- 
tana Book Concern. Circ (3;-13288 

Augustana Journal(Swedish)— Si-Mo ; Luther- 
an; Est. '92: 12p 10X14: Sub. 75c. Au- 
gustana Book Concern. Circ (g;-2645 

TIngdomsvannen (Swedish)— Monthly ; Liter- 
ary : Est. '96 : 32p 9X 12 ; Sub. .SI. Augus- 
tana Book Concern. Circ l;-4500 

Union — Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '62; 8p 
17x23 3-4; Sub. $5.20. Union Printing 
Co. Circ v5)-1700 

Union— Sunday ; Rep ; Est.'(!2: 8p 17X23 3-4; 

Sub. SI. tnion Printing Co. Circ ®-1800 

Union— Saturday ; Rep ; Est. '62 ; 8pl7 X 23 3-4 ; 

Sub. .$1. Union Printing Co. Circ '^,-1150 



Volks-Zeitung (German)— Tuesday and Fri- 
day; Ind; Est. '75; 8p 15x22; Sub. .'53. 
Gustav Donald. (Dated at Moline also.; 
Circ ®-1128 

ROCKTON, -336; AVinneV)ago, 47845; 15m N of 
Rockford on Rock river and Racine & Southwestern 
div. C, M. & St. P. Ry., and the Rockford-Janesville 
Electric Ry. Has paper and feed mills and factories 
for i)rodiictionof farm implements. Val. (tw]).) .S 1,367, - 
660. Express; Telegraph. L. C.Hyde & Britton, Bank- 
ers. New p;ngland House. 

Herald— Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '75; 8p 

13x20; Sub. .Si. 25. Frank Graves. Circ 

ROGERS PARK, 1708; Cook, 1,838,735; northern 
l>art of Chicago on Lake Michigan, Chicago & North- 
western, and Chicago, St. Paul & Milwaukee Rys. 
Residence town. Val. SI, 507, 300. Express; Tele- 
grajdi. P. Phillip, Banker. 

News-Herald— Friday : Local; Est. '88; 4p 

l.sy 24; Sub. .SI. ' H. E. Rounds. Circ (J)-425 

ROODHOUSE, 2450; Greene, 23407; 20m SW of 
Jacksonville on Chicago & Alton Ry. The repair shops 
of the Chicago & Alton Ry. are here. Has coal mines 
and roller mills, also agricultural interests and ten 
acres of stock yards. Val. .S194,700. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Roodhouse Bank. Roodhouse Hotel. 

Eye-Herald— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 
15-22; Sub. .§1.50. W. F. Thomp.son. 
Circ (J,-940 

Record— Evening; Dem: Est. '98; 4p 18X24; 

Suti. S5. Frank Merrill. Circ (3;-250 

Record— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '98 ; 8p 18X24; 

Sub. SI. Frank Merrill. Circ (5-1250 

ROSEVILLE, 1014; Warren, 23163; 12m S of Mon- 
mouth on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. A farm- 
ing community. Express; Telegraph." State Bank 
of Roseville. Union Hotel. 

Times-Citizen— Friday ; Rep; Est. '76; 8p 

is -22; Sub. .SI. Will H. Taylor. Circ. ..{S-87e 

ROSSVILLE, 1435; Vei-milion, 05635; 18m N oi 
Danville, terminus Rossville & Sidell br. C. >1- E. I. Ry. 
and .1. & 1\. br. C. iK: E. I. Here are canning aiid 
shoe factories, and novelt works, .ships grain, flax 
and cattle. Val. (twp.) .§896, 596. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Rossville House. 

Independent— Thursday ; Ind-Rep; Est. '90; 

Sp 17x22; Sub. .SI. 50. Will S. Dill. Circ..®-690 

Press— Friday; Ind; Est. '79; 8-lOp 18x24; 

.Sub. si. 5b. E.E.White. Circ f-llOO 

RUSHVILLE*, 2292; Schuyler, 16129; 60m E of 
(Quincy. terminus Buda & Rushville br. C, B. & 
Q. Ry.' In a rich coal and farm region. Carriage 
shop's, brick and tile plants and flour mills are the chief 
manufacturing industries. Val. S354.157. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Rushville. Hotel Schuyler. 

Citizen— Wednesday : Rep; Est. '50; 8p 

15x22; Sub. SI. 50. W. L. Larash. Circ.g)-1700 

Times— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '55; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. Edwin Dyson. Circ ®-1800- 

RUTLAND, 893; Lasalle, 87776; 40m S of Mendota 
on Dubuque, Freeport & Centralia line I. C. Ry. A 
coal mining town. Val. (t^^^3.) §395,846. Express; 
Telegrai)h. Rutland Bank. 

Record— Wednesday : Non-Political; Est. '94; 

8p 15x22; Sub.' .Si. Record Pub. Co. Circ. 3-350 

SAILOR SPRINGS, 479: Clay, 19553; 9m E of 
Louisville; nearest railroad point. Clay City. Agricul- 
ture. Has carriage factory and woven wire fence fac- 
tory. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Clay City. 
Hotel (ilendale. 

World— Thursday ; Non-partisan; Est. '95; 

Sp 13x20; Sub. $1. F. M. Davis. Circ... 3-500 

ST. ANNE, 1500; Kankakee, 37154; 12m S of Kanka- 
kee on Chicago & Eastern Illinois and Big Four Rys. 
Is trade centre for agricultural section. Has brick and 
tile factory, cold storage plant and ice factory. Val. 
(twp.) .$300,000. Express; Telegraph. Bank' of St. 
Anne. .Tunction House. 
Record— Friday; Ind; Est. '78; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. J. O. Beutall. Circ (f-120(> 

ST. CHARLES, 2675; Kane, 78792; 38m W of Chicago 
on Fox river, Chicago & Northwestern and Chicago & 
Great Western Rys. Having good water power there 



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are located here : File, condensed inilk and sugar milk 
factories, foundries and machine shops, piano factory 
and malleable iron works. Val. §278,7l>2. Express"; 
Telegraph. .lohn Stewart & Co., Bankers. St. Charles 
Hotel. 

Chronicle— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '81; 8p 15x22; 

Suli. .-;l. ;")(). Cope & Paschal. Circ (f-900 

ST. ELMO, l<»r)U; Fayette, 28005; 15m NE of Vandalia 
on Nandalia and Chicago & Eastern Illinois Rys. Di- 
vision point on C. & E. I. Brick yards, paper and flour 
mills. Express; Telegraph. Fayette County Bank. 

Banner— Friday; Local; Est. '05; 8p 13X20; 

Sul>. .§1. O". H. Dibble. Circ :?--720 

Herald— Friday; Ind; Est. '76; 8p; Sub. $1. 

C. H. Dibble. Circ (35-625 

ST. JOSEPH, 637; Champaign, 47622; 12m E of 
Urbana on I'eoria & Eastern div. C., C., C. S: St. L. Ry. 
In an agricultural section. Val. (twp.) .§366,753. Ex- 
])ress; Telegraph. Bank. 

Record— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .S1.25. Dale Bros. Circ ,3;-700 

SALEM*, 1642 ; Marion, 30446 ; 70m E of St. Louis, Mo. 
on Baltimore & Southwestern, Chicago & Eastern Illi- 
nois and terminus Illinois Southern Rys. Salem is 
situated in the centre of the great fruit belt of the state 
and produces great quantities of strawberries, apples, 
melons, peaches and pears every season. Has a coal 
mine, machine shop for the manufacture of iron bridges 
and a creamery. Is a trade centre for agricultural sec- 
tion. Val. .§1,000,000. Express; Telegraph. Salem 
Nat. Bank. Broadway Hotel. 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem ; Est.'8'.»; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .si. .lanies B. Lewis. Circ @-1656 

Herald- Advocate— Evening; Non-political; 
Est. ■98; 4p 15X22; Sub. ,§3. Brets & 
Furry. Circ 3,-450 

Herald-Advocate— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '51; 8p 

1.".  I'L'; Sub. .§1. Brets & Furry. Circ @-9nn 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '79; 8p 

13 • I'O; Sub. $1. J. C. Utterback. Circ..®-900 

SANDOVAL, 1258; Marion, 30446; 60m E of St. 
Louis, Mo. on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern and 
Illinois Central Rys. Has nail and canning factories, 
flour mill, zinc works, cooper shops, plow works, cream 
ery and coal mine. Trade centre for manufacturing 
and mining section. Express; Telegraph. Fred F. 
Reinhardt, Banker. Chance House. 

Times— Saturday; Ind; Est. '84; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .§1. Joy & Co. Circ (J)-350 

SANDWICH, 2520; Dekalb, 31756; 56m SW of 
Chicago on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Here 
are windmill, pump and farm machine works. A com- 
mercial and trading centre for surrounding section. 
Val. .§358,165. Express ; Telegraph. Sandwich Bank. 
Sandwich House. 

Argus— Friday; Rep; Est. '78; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. .*1. J. B. Castle. Circ ®-850 

Free Press— Thursday; Rep; Est. '73; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .§1. F. D. Lowman. Circ 0-940 

Journal— Tuesday and Friday ; Est. '97 ; 12p 

11X10; Sub. $1. J. H. Earner. Circ 

SAN JOSE, 426; Mason, 17491; 10m NE of Mason 
City on Chicago & Alton Ry. Raises farm produce 
and cattle. Express; Telegraph. San Jose State 
Bank. 

Record— Thursday ; Ind; Local; Est. '93; 4p 

18x24; Sub. SI. Warren Wilby. Circ. . .®-400 

SAUNEMIN, 350; Livingston, 42035; 12m E of 
I'ontiac on Wabash Ry. Has stock raising interests 
and small manufactures. Val. (tw]i.) .§404,705. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank of Saunemin. 

Gazette— Friday ; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .§1.50. C. S. Brydia. Circ ®-450 

SAVANNA, 3325 ; Carroll, 18963 ; 138m AV of Chicago, 
centre of six lines C, M. & St. V. and three lines C, 
B. & L. Rys.; on Mississippi river with Diamond Joe 
packet line to St. Paul, Minn., St. Louis, Mo. and 
intermediate points. Has railway shops employing 500 
men, with monthly pay roll of .§30000 ; jjlaning mill, sash 
and door factory, iron foundry, cigar and candy fac- 
tories, fish shipping and other interests. Val. .§350,- 
OOO. Express; Telegraph. Savanna State Bank. 
Savanna House. 



Journal— Evening ex Sunday;; Dem; Est. '95; 

4p 15x22; Sub. §5.20. F. S. Greenleaf. 

<^'ii'' (D-570 

Journal— Wednesday ; Dem; Est." '85; 12p 

15x22; Sub. $1.50. F. S. Greenleaf. Circ..D-912 
Times— Evening; Rep; Est. '97; 4p 15x22; 

Sul). .§5. J. B. Parkinson. Circ ®-550 

Times— Monday, Wednesday and Friday ; Rep ; 
Est. '75; 8p 15x22; Sub. $1.50. J. B. 
Parkinson. Circ .§;-1150 

SAYBROOK, 879; McLean, 67843; 25m E of Bloom- 
ington on Lake Erie & Western Ry. A farming town. 
Express; Telegraph. Saybrook Bank. Hotel 
Transient. 

Gazette— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '97; 8p 

15x22; Sub. .§1. Frank Woolley. Circ... .(3:-50O 

Independent— Wednesday; Ind; Est. '72; 8p 

10 X 22 ; Sub. $1. N. B. Webster. Circ. . . .3- 1000 

SEATON, 200; Mercer, 20945; 9m S of Aledo on 
Eastern Illinois div. I. C. Ry. Has cattle raising and 
agricultural interests. Express; Telegraph. State 
Bank of Seaton. 

Independent — Friday; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $1. Independent Pub. Co. 
Circ 

SENECA, 1194; Lasalle, 87776; 10m W of Morris 
on Illinois river, Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific, 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis and 
Indiana, Illinois & Iowa Rys. In a coal mining region 
and is shipping point for grain raising district. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. State Bank of Seneca. Hill House. 

Record and News— Friday; Ind; Est. '78; 
4p 15X22; Sub. 75c. Terry Simmons. 
Circ 3.-510 

SHABBONA, 587; Dekalb, 31756; 30m W of 
Aurora on Chicago, Rockford & Forreston br. and 
terminus Shabbona & Sterling br. C, B. & Q. Ry. 
Trade centre for prosperous farming community. 
Val. .§500,000. Express ; Telegraph. Farmers' and 
Traders' Bank. 

Express— Friday; Rep; Est. '76; 8p 13x20; 
Sub. §1. W. H. Riiy. (Prints an edition 
under heading : Gazette, Lee.) Comb. Circ. . (J)-5 16 

SHANNON, 678; Carroll, 18963; 13m SW of Free- 
port on Racine & Southwestern div. C, M. & St. P. Ry. 
Is an agricultural, grain and stock raising town. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Shannon Bank. 

Reporter— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '97; 8p 

20X20: .Sub. §1. B.E.Boyle. Circ (I)-825 

SHAWNEETOWN*, 1698; Gallatin, 15830; 65m SW 
of Evansville, Ind. on Ohio river, Springfield div. B. 
& O. S. W. and Shawneetown div. L. & N. Rys. Here 
are lead, iron and fiuor spar and coal mines, machine 
shops and several mills. Shipi)ing point for mining, 
lumber and agricultural region. Val. .§193,526. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Riverside Hotel. 

Democrat — Thursday : Dem ; Est. '87 ; 8p 

15:<22; .Sub. §1. 'Geo. Hanlon. Circ @-1575 

National Farm Journal— Monthly : Live 
Stock: Est. '95: 12p 9X12; Sub. 25c. 
John McGehee. Circ (3;-1500 

News-Gleaner— Thursday; Rep; Est. '73; 8p 

15x22; Sub. SI. A. T. Spivey. Circ S-1550 

SHEFFIELD, 1265; Bureau, 41112; 136m W of 
Chicago on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry. Has 
extensive coal mines and is trade centre for western 
Bureau county. Express; Telegraph. A. W. Boyden 
& Sons, Bankers. Sheffield House. 

Times— Friday; Rep; Est. '86; 8p 13x20;Sub. 

SI. TimesPub. Co. Circ (i)-1050 

SHELBYVILLE*, 3546; Shelby, 32126; 79m W of 
Terre Haute, Ind. on Chicago & Eastern Illinois and 
St. Louis div. C, C, C. & St. L. Rys. Is grain growing 
section, with some coal mining ; lias flouring mills and 
foundry, plow and handle factories. Val. $5,003,068. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. New Neal 
House. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '74; 8-lOp 
20x24; Sub. $1.50. The Democrat Co. 
Circ @-1750 

Leader — Thursday; Dem; Est. '51; 12p 

17x24; Sub. $1.50. T. B. SchoafE. Circ.®-1900 



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Our Best Words— Monthly ; ITnitarian and 

Rel.; Est. '8U; KJp 5X7 1-2; Sub. 50c. 

R. C. Douthit. Circ ^-2500 

Union-Evening; Ind; Kst. '87; 4-(lp 18X24; 

Sub. .S5.20. H. L. Muitin. Circ (f-520 

Union-Thursday: Rep: Est. 'OS; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. .-^1.50. H.L.3Iartin. Circ (S;-1420 

SHELDON, 1103; Iroquois, 38014; 8Gm S of Chicago 
on (levelund. Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis and 
Toledo, I'eoria & Western Rys. Is an agricultural and 
manufacturing town and local trade centre. Yal. (twp.) 
.S419.it40. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Sheldon. 
Dunn House. 
Journal— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '79; 10-12p 

1(1X22; Sub. •■il. W. H. Overhue. Circ... 3 -900 

SHERIDAN, 485; Lasalle, 8777(5; 13m NW of Otta- 
wa on Chicago, Burlington & Qunicy Ry. A farm town. 
Express; Telegraph. Quam & Knapp, Bankers. 
Sentinel-Friclav: Ind; Est. '97; Gp 13X20; 

Sub. .SI. C. R. Bruer. Circ s-oOO 

SHEERAED, 820; Mercer, 20945; 25m S of Rock 
Ishuul on CaDle br. R. 1. & P. Ry. Mines coal. Ex- 
press: Telegraph. Sherrard Banking Co. 
Bulletin-Friday; Ind: Est. '95; 8p 15x22; ^ 

Sub. -SI. I'eterson Bros. Circ J-o^O 

SIBLEY, 444; Ford, 18359; 105m S of Chicago on 
Wabash Central Ry. Situated in the most fertile por- 
tion of central Illinois and is an important grain cen- 
tre. Has general ottices of J. H. Beagley Seed Co. 
Express; Telegraph. Hamilton & Co., Bankers. 
Journal— Friday ; Local; Est. '97; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .*1. Sibley Pub Co. Circ @-480 

SIDELL, "70: Vermilion, G5635; 25m SW of Dan- 
ville on St. Louis & St. Elmo div. and terminus 
Rossville & Sidell br. C. & E. 1. and on Olney br. I. D. 
& ^X. Rys. Manufactures brick and tile and a plant of 
the Standard Oil Co. is situated here. Trade centre 
for Vermilion county. Val. $280,000. Express; 
Telegraph. Lyons, Alexander & Co., Bankers. 
Globe-Saturday; Ind; Est. '99; 8p 17X22; 

Sub. .§1. Parsons Bros. Circ (§;-612 

SIDNEY, 5G4; Champaign, 47G22; 6m E of Philo on 
Chamitaign br. W. Ry. Is trade centre for agricultural 
section. Val. (t.wi>'.) .S3G3,404. Express; Telegraph. 
Winston's Bank of Sidney. 
By-Way— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '86; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .SI. J. F. Stevens. Circ S-500 

SIGEL, 293: Shelby, 3212G; 30m SE of Shelbyville on 
Illinois Central Ry. Is a manufacturing town and 
trade centre for agricultural industry and dairying. 
Exi)ress; Telegraph. Berchtold& Bigler, Bankers. 

Advocate— Thursday; Ind; Est. '83; 4p 

is,. 1.'4; .Sub. .irl. P. C. Trager. Circ ^-550 

SMITHFIELD, 420; Fulton. 46201; 20m W of Canton 
on Toledo, Peoria & Western Ry. Agriculture and 

" rade centre for 
Express ; Tele- 



mining are the chief industries. Is trade centre for 
about 12000 people. Val. .^255, 377. 
graph. Reynolds Bros., Bankers. 



Sun— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. '9G; 8p 13x20; 
Sub. iSl. Be'rt Maxwell. Circ 



-450 

SOMONAUK, <'30; Dekalb, 3175G; GOm SW of 
Cliicago on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Manu- 
factures shirts, furniture, brooms and windmills. Val. 
(twji.) .■*454,869. t:xpress; Telegraph. Somonauk 
Bank. Somonauk House. 

Reveille-Friday: Ind; Est. '74; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. .«;!.. 50. Chas. W. Faltz. Circ :f-750 

SORENTO, 1000; Bond. 1G078; 4.5m NE of St. Louis 
on Toledo, St. Louis & Western and .Jacksonville 
& St. Louis Rys. Coal mining is the chief industry. 
Trade centre for agricultural section. Val. $200,000. 
Ex])ress; Telegraph. Bank of Sorento. 

Blade— Thursday ; Ind; ?:st. '91 ; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .?1. Li'ndbeck & Olson. Circ (2-541 

-; Cook, 1,838.735: (cor- 



SOUTH ENGLEWOOD, - 

jioiale ])art of Chicago) lom S on Chicago. Rock Island 
& Pacific Ry. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Chicago. 

Mirror— Thursday ; Local ; Est. '88 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. $1. G. £;. Sullivan. Circ ©-600 

SPARLAND, 459: Marshall, 1G370; Im W of Lacon 
on Cliicago. Ivock Island & Pacific Ry. Express; Tel- 
egraph. 



Item— Friday ; Ind; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

.■>1. J. S.Burt& Son. Circ ^.-300' 

SPARTA, 2941 ; Randolph, 28001 ; 21m N of Chester 
on Mobile & Ohio and Illinois Southern Rys. Manufac- 
tures : Flouring mills, canning and agricultural imple- 
ment factories and creameries. The town has coal and 
limestone deposits and natural gas wells. Val. .'SlSl,- 
653. Exjiress; Telegraph. Merchants' Exchange 
Bank. Commercial Hotel. 
Argonaut — Thursday ; Dem; Est. '96; 8p 

18x22; Sub. .fl.25. Sparta Printing Co. 

Circ 3 -1017 

Plaindealer— Friday ; Rep; Est. '62; 8p 
17 1-2x22 1-2; Sub. $1.25. Taylor Bros. 
Circ. 3 -1025 

SPRINGFIELD*, (state capital) 34159: Sangamon, 
71593 ; 9C.1U XE of St. Louis, Mo. on Wabash, Chicago 
& Alton, Illinois Central, Baltimore & Ohio South- 
western, Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis and St. Louis, 
Peoria & Northern Rys. Here are the Illinois Watch 
Co., Republic Iron &: Steel Co., Sattley Mfg. Co., Ide 
Engine Co., Si)ringfield Woolen Mills, Springfield Boiler 
& Mfg. Co. and manufactories of paving brick, niining 
machinery, flour, plaster, stone, iron l)ridges. boilers 
and shoddy, employing 3500 men with monthly pay roll 
of $125.(100. Is trade centre for surrounding region 
with trolley to nearby towns. Has magnificent state 
capital, costing $5,0()(i.(i(>(» and other state and county 
buildings; Lincoln national monument, Lincoln home, 
state fair grounds, state military park, state arsenal, 
three hospitals and public library. Val. $4,758,951. 
Express; Telegraph. Illinois Nat. Bank. Leland Hotel. 
Capital (folored)— Saturday; Rep; Est. '86; 
4p 17x24; Sub. $2. Jordan S. Murray. 

Circ 

Court of Honor— Monthly ; Insurance: Est. 
'95 : 8p 1 7 X li3 ; Sub. 50c. Court of Honor. 

Circ 1-65880 

Farm Home— Monthly ; Agr. and Stock: Est. 
'— ; 24p 10X15; Sub. $1. Farm Home 

Co. Circ... 3i-2(K'00 

Illinois Tradesman— Wednesday ; Gen. and 
Labor; Est. '97:4p 15X22 ; Sub. $1. R. E. 

Woodmansee. Circ 2)-300O 

Journal— Morning; Rep; Est. '48; 8-24p 
17x24; Sub. $5. Illinois State Journal 

Co. Circ t-620a 

Journal— Sunday ; Rep; Est. '91; lG-24p 
17x24; Sub. $2. Illinois State Journal Co. 

Circ 3 -4500 

Journal— Tuesday and Fridav ; Rep ; Est. '31 ; 
S-12p 17x24: Sub. $1. Illinois State 

.Journal Co. Circ 3-4230 

National Standard Enterprise' Colored)— Fri- 
day: Est. 'OC; Sp IIXK;; Sub. $1. G. H. 

M(^L)aniel. Circ 

News— Evening: Rep: Est. '78; 8-16p 17x24; 

Sub. .■<5. 11. A. Ivumler. Circ (3;-6138 

Odd Fellows' Herald-Si-Mo: Fraternal; Est. 
'76; 8p 13X20; Sub. $1.25. Miller & 
Sikes. Circ f -7000 

Register— Morning ex Monday : J:)em ; Est. 
';;6; S-Klp 15X22 1-2; Sub. $5. State 
Register Co. Circ 3-5600 

Register— Sunday ; Dem; Est. '36; 16p 
15y22 1-2; Sub. $1.66. State Register 
Co. Circ... S-505O 

Register— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. 
•;!(;■ Sp 15x221-2; Sub. $1. State Regis- 
ter Co. Comb. Circ f-3600 

Staats WochenblattCtierman)— Friday; Ind; 
Est. '78; 12p 18x24; Sub. $2. B. F. 
Sexauev. Circ g:-4»4a 

SPRING VALLEY, 6214; Bureau, 411 12; 105mSAVof 
Chicago on Kock Island and AValnut & Streator br. C, 
B. i.*k: <;., tenninus S)iriiig Valley iV Dc Kalb br. ('. & N. 
W. l^.ys.: Toluca, Marcjuett and Northern terminus, 
on Illinois river with ])assenger and freight steam- 
ships connecting with all imi)ortant river points. 
Has Spring Valley Coal Co.. enii>loying 32(i(> men with 
monthly ])'av rollof $75,000 and diiily output of GOOO 
tons lutuminous coal. Is farming and mining trade 
centre for surromiding region with 15()(»() iioji. Seitt 
of St. Bede's College and Dominican Sisters' School. 
Val. $564,000. Express; Telegraph. Si)ring Valley 
Nat. Bank. 



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Gazette— Friday; Doni:Est. '85; 8p 15x22; 

Sill). SL'. F. A. Trousdale. Circ (§;-615 

Press— Saturday; Rep; Est. '96; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. .")(). Ike Heller. Circ C?)-650 

STANFORD, 601; McLean, (57843; 12ni SW of 
lUoouiinjiron on Chicago & Alton Ry. Agriculture. 
Express; Telegraph. Stanford State Bank. 

Star— Saturday ; Local; Est. '03; -Ip 17x24; 

Sub. .SI. Crihtield Bros. Circ (J,-200 

STAUNTON, -78(5; Macoupin, 42250; 15m SAV of 
i.itchtield on Wabash and Chicago, t'eoria & St. Louis 
Itys. Has coal mining, stock raising and farming 
region. Val. .•?li"i5,414. Express; Telegraph. Wall 
Bros.. Bankers. City Hotel. 

Times— Friday; Ind; Est. '78; 8p 15x22; ! 

Sub. i? 1.50. T.H.Edwards. Circ (5-600 

STERLING, including Rock Falls, 6300 ; Whiteside, 
34710; lldmW of Chicago on Chicago tt Northwestern, 
terminus Sterling and Shabbona & Sterling brs. C. B. 
& Q. Rys. Has Keystone, Sterling and Emjjire Mfg. 
companies, farming imjilements; Rock Falls Paper Co., 
Charter fias Engine Co., Rock Falls Mfg. Co., hearses and 
caskets; Dillon & (iriswold Wire Co., Cobb & l>rew, 
screws and bolts; and other interests, 50 factories alto- 
gether, employing looo people, with monthly i)ay roll 
of .'S48,0()0. Is farming and manufacturing "trade cen- 
tre for surrounding country, with 50000 pop. and 
annual trade of .si. 500, 000. Has general office, Chicago, 
Burlington & (Juincv Ry. Is summer resort. Val. 
Sl.400,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Calt House. 

Beobachter (German)— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '77 ; 

4p 22 <28; Sub. §2. L. Oltmanns. Circ..'i-1450 

Gazette— Evening; Rep; Est. '82; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .?5. H. L. & M. D. John. Circ ®-1500 

Gazette— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; Est. '55; 

S-12p 15x22; Svib. 81.60. H. L. & M. D. 

John. Circ ©-2000 

Rathbone Messenger — Monthly ; Rathbone 

Sisters; Est. ".lit; 8p 9X12; Sub. 50c. 

S. I). Gossert. Circ (g;-2500 

Standard— Evening; Rep; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. s5. Thomas Diller. Circ 5-1800 

Standard— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; Est. 
'08; 8p 15x22; Sub. $1.50. ThomasDiller. 
Circ S-1850 

STEWARDSON, 677; Shelby, 32126; 21m SE of 
Shelbyville on Effingham & Decatur line W. and 
Clover Leaf route T., St. L. & ATestern Rys.; on the 
Little AVabash and Raskaski or Akron rivers, naviga- 
l)le. Mills, brick and tile manufacturing. Corn, wheat 
and oats are raised and Stewardson is a trade centre for 
agricultural section. Express; Telegraph. Steward- 
son Bank. 
Clipper- Thursday ; Ind; Est. '87; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. W. H. Fagen. Circ ®-420 

STILLMAN VALLEY, 400; Ogle, 29129; 84m AA' of 
Chicago on Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul and Chi- 
cago Great Western Rys. Has creamery and milling 
interests. Express; Telegraph. Stilhnan A'alley Bank. 

Graphic— Friday ; Rep; Est. '89; 8p 20x26; 

Suli. sl.50. John A. Atwood. Circ. @-450 

STOCKTON, 946; Jo Daviess, 24533; 22m AV of 

Freeport on Chicago Great AVestern Ry. Here are 
woolen mills and cheese and butter works. Shi]is 
grain and live stock for section. Val. (twi).) .S33(),191. 
Elxpress; Telegrajih. Bank of Stockton. 

Herald— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. Sl.50. John Sughroue. Circ {J;-920 

News— AVednesday ; Rep; Est. '98; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. SI. AV. A. Scotchbrook. Circ 

STONINGTON, 438; Christian, 32790; 10m NE of 
Taylorville an AVabash Ry. Farming. A^al. (twp.) 
$373,495'. Express; Telegraph. Exchange Bank. 

Star— Friday; Ind; Est. '96; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. .$1. Harris & Danf or d. Circ 

STREATOR, 14079; Lassalle, 87775; 100m SAA' of 
Chicago on Alton, Santa Fe, Burlington, AVabash and 
Indiana, Illinois & Iowa, I. A'. & N. and Streator & 
Clinton Rys. Has Streator Bottle and Glass Co., em- 
ploying 3000 people. Western Glass Co., Barr Brick 
AVorks, Streator Paving Brick Co., Streator Sewer Pipe 
AA'orks, Automobile AVorks, AA'estern Vulcan AVorks and 



nuni^rous coal comi)anies, employing IJOO jicople. Is 
trade centre for farming section witli 2.)000 pop. Val. 
•SI, 750,000. Express; Telegraph. Union Nat. Bank. 
Plumb House. 

Free Press— Evening; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 
15'L'2; Sub. $4. A'anskiver & Fornof. 
Circ. ./. 3: -1500 

Free Press— Thursday; Rep; Est. '73; 12p 
15x22; Sub. 50c. Vanskiver & Fornof. 
Circ (1-2600 

Independent-Times— Evening; Dem; Est. '85; 
4p 2<i 2r, ; Sub. S3. 50. Indepsndent- 
Timi'sl'ub. Co. Circ 1-1536 

Times-Tribune (weekly edition of Independ- 
ent-Times 1— Friday ; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 
18x24; Sub. 50c. Independent-Times 
Pub. Co. Circ J-1550 

Monitor— Evening; Rep; Est. '82; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. S3.60. AV. AV. Bean. Circ (S-1125 

Monitor— Friday ; Rep; Est. '69; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. AV; AV. Bean. Circ •..(3)-1200 

Volksblatt(German)— Friday; Ind; Est. '83; 
12p 15x22; Sub. $2. AVm. Ackerman. 
Circ 1-700 

STRONGHURST, 762; Henderson, 10830; 30m SAV of 
(ialesliurg on Atchison, Toi)eka & Santa Fe Ry. Sur- 
rounded by farm lands. Raises cattle. Express ; Tele- 
graph. Stronghurst .State Bank. 
Graphic— Saturday ; Local; Est. '88; 8p 

13x20; Sub. 81. J. F. Alains. Circ 5-350 

SULLIVAN*, 2399; Moultrie, 15224; .25m SE of 
Decamr on Chicago & Eastern Illinois, Peoria div. 
Illinois Central and AVabash Rys. In a farming, 
stock raising, mining region. A'al..S040,469. Express; 
Telegraph. Merchants' and Farmers' State Bank; 
City Hotel. 
News— Friday; Rep; Est. '84;. 8p 15x22; 

Sub. Sl.50. AV. G. Covey. Circ .g-lOSQ 

Progress— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '57; 8p 
15a22: Sub. Sl.50. Progress Printing 
Co. Circ ®-1040 

Saturday Herald— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '92; 

8p 10x22; Sub. .SI. Jno. P. Lilly. Circ. t-1623 

SUMNER, 1268; La\%Tence, 16523; 19m NAV of 
A'incenues, Ind. on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern 
Ry. Raises grain and cattle and has two flour mills. 
A^al. S75,915. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Sumner. 
Sheridan House. 
Press— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '75; 8p 30x44; 

Sub. .SI. James I. AA'agner. Circ 3 -975 

SYCAMORE*, 3653; Dekalb, 31756; 55m NAV of 
Chicago on Chicago & Northwestern and Chicago 
Great AVestern Rys. Tile, brick, carriages, plows, in- 
sulated wire, tin cans and canned goods, farm 
implements and hardware specialties are the chief 
products manufactured. A'al. 8564,264. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Sycamore Nat. Bank. Hotel AA^ard. 

City "Weekly-Thursday; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 

13 20; Sub. SI. Hix & Son. Circ J-llOO 

Democrat— Friday ; Est. '98; 8p 15X22; Sub. 

si. 5(1. S. D. & C.F.Noe. Circ 

True Republican— AVednesday and Saturday ; 

Rep; Est. "57; 8p 15x22; Sub. .S2. Edw. 

I. Boies. Circ. , ^.3;-1230 

TABLE GROVE, 376; Fulton, 46201; 16m AV of 
Lewiston on Chicago, Burlington & Quiucy Ry. A 
farming town. Exi)ress ; Telegrai)h. Farmers' Bank. 

Herald— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '91; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. Si. F.M.Bonham. Circ 4-450 

TALLULA, 700; Menard, 14336; 7m SAV of Peters- 
burg on Chicago & Alton Ry. Chief interests arc 
farming and cattle raising. "Coal mining, brick and 
tile factory. Exjjress; Telegraph. Greene & Greene, 
Bankers. 
Twinkler— Thursday ; Ind ; Est.'90; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. SI. C.H.Hale. Circ f-500 

TAMAROA, 853; Perry, 19830; 10m NE of Pinckney- 
ville on Illinois Central and AVabash, Chester & 
AVestern Rys. In coal mining region. A'al. (twp.) 
8201,491. 'Express; Telegrai)h. Bank of Tamaroa. 
Times— Friday; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 13x20; 

.Sub. 81. "H. L. Farmer. Circ 3)-472 



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TAMPICO, 807; "Whiteside, 34710; 14ra SW of 
Sterling oil Chicago, ]5urlington & Quincy Ry. Makes 
shipments of poul'tiv, live stock, grain and dairy pro- 
duce. Feeder of Hennepin Canal is just one mile east 
of village of Tampico. Express; Telegraph. Tampico 
Bank. 
Tornado-Friday; Ind; Est. '70; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .■?1.50. Geo. Isherwood. Circ ('3)-72o 

TAYLORVILLE*, 42-48; Christian, 32790; 85m NE 
of St. I.ouis, Mo. on Wabash and Baltimore & Ohio 
Southwestern Rys. Industries : Coal mining, foun- - 
dries, paper, planing and flour mdls, and pork packing 
houses. Is trade centre for agricultural section. Val. 
.91,000,000. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' Nat. Bank. 
Antlers Hotel. 
Breeze— Evening; Rep; Est. '93; 4p 15x21; 

Sub. 85. Breeze Ptg. Co. Giro (1-750 

Breeze— Wednesday ; Rep ; Est.'94; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. iil. Breeze Ptg. Co. Circ (3:-1800 

Courier— Evening; Dem; Est. '97; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. .'?5. Courier Printing Co. Circ (§)-500 

Courier— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '93 ; 8p 16x22 ; 

Suli. SI. Courier Printing Co. Circ i:D-3000 

Fraternal Army Banner— Monthly ; Nonpar ; 

Frat. Ins; Est. '98; 4p 15X22; Sub. 50c. 

Fraternal Army of America. Circ (g -15000 

Journal-Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '70 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. 81.50. A. I). AVebb. Circ (J)-1350 

School News and Practical Educator— Mo. 
ex Aug: Educational; Est. 'S7; 48p 
8X10 i-2; Sub. (i?1.25. C. M. Parker. 
Circ (D-16107 

TETJTOPOLIS, 498 ; Effingham, 204G5 ; 4m NE of Ef- 
tiugham on Terre Haute &' Indianapolis Ry. Has fer- 
tile farm lands. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Effingham. 

Press— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '98 ; 4p 17X24; 

Sub. 81. Chas. A. Worman. Circ ®-500 

THOMSON, 407; Carroll, 18903; 15m SW of Mount 
Carroll on ( hicago, Burlington & Northern and 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rys. Manufactures 
windmills. Express; Telegraph. Savanna State 
Bank, Savanna. 

Review— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '94; 4p • 

1 7 ■; 24 : Sub. 81.50. N. D. Millard. Circ 

TISKILWA, 905; Bureau, 41112; 122m W of 
Chicago on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry. Local 
trade centre for large agricultural territory in the 
immediate vicinity. Yal. 8100,000. Express; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Tiskilwa. 
Chief— Wednesday: Neutral; Est. '87; 8-12p 

13x20; Sub. .81.50. W. M. Repine. Circ...@-702 

TOLEDO*, 818; Cumberland. 10124; 20m SE of 
Mattoon on Peoria div. Illinois Central Ry. Trade 
centre for agricultural section. Exjjress; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Bloomfield House. 
Democrat— Thursday; Dem; Est. '59; 8p 

13.- liO: Sub. 81. Barton & Wood. Circ..S-1104 
New Era— Friday; Rep: Est. '84; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. S. C. Mclntyre. Circ 3-900 



TOLONO, 

tur, junct 
grain for 
Val. (twp. 
Tolono. 

Herald- 
Sub. 

TOLUCA, 

on Atchisi 
chief ind 
Bank. 

Star— F 

Sub, 



845 ; Champaign, 47022 ; 37m NE of Deca- 

ion Wabash and Illinois Central Rys. Ships 

an agricultural poi)ulatioii. Natural gas. 

) 8378,470. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 

-Friday; Rep; Est. '75; 8p 15x22; 
81.50. A.B.Campbell. Circ (S-SOO 

2009; Marsliall, 1(;:!70; 17m SW of Streator 
)ii, Topeka & Santa Fe lly. Farming is the 
lustry. Exi)ress; Telegraph. First Nat. 

liday; Rep; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 
81."50. J. M. Breeii. Circ $^-700 



TONICA, 497: Lasalle, 87770: 9m S of La Salle on 
Illinois Central and Streator & Walnut br. C, B. & Q. 
Rys. Is a manufacturing town and local trade centre. 
Exiiress; Telegraph. T(mica Exchange Bank. 

News— Friday; Non-political; Est. '74; 8p 
20x2(>; Siib. 81. 'L W. Richardson & Son. 
(Prints an edition under name of Local, 
Lostant.) Comb. Circ C3:-585 

TOULON*. 9;!3: Stark, 10180; 37m NW of Peoria 
on Chicago, Rock Island & Peoria Ry. Trade centre 
for surrounding agricultural section. Extensive gran- 



ite works. Val. (twp.) 8580,290. Express; Telegraph. 
Exchange Bank. Champion House. 

News— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '50; 10-l(5p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.50. Nixon & Nowlan. Circ (g;-1440 

Sentinel— Wednesday ; Ind; Est. '80; 8p 

15x22; Sub. 81.50. Gus Hulsizer. Circ.®-1020 

TOWER HILL, 015; Shelby, 32120; lOmW of Shel- 
byville on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 
and Baltimore it Ohio Southwestern Rys. A milling, 
manufacturing, farming and vegetable and fruit-raising 
town. Val. (twp.) 8350,417. Express; Telegraph. 
Tower Hill Bank. 
Breeze— Friday; Ind; Est. '91; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. 81. Grant Huntoon & Co. Circ g;,-500 

TREMONT, 708 ; Tazewell, 33221 ; 10m SE of Pekin on 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Agri- 
culture. Express; Telegraph. Tremont Bank. 

News— Friday; Local; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.25. M. L. Cottingham. Circ 

TRENTON, 1700; Clinton, 19824; 30m E of St. Louis, 
Mo. on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Ry. In an 
agricultural and coal mining district. Creamery and 
milk condensery. Yal. 81tJl, 590. Express; Telegraph. 
Trenton Bank. Trenton House. 

Sun— Friday; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

$1.50. Arthur Oehler. Circ :4-9(;(; 

TROY, 1080: Madison, 04094; 18m E of St. Louis on 
Vandalia Line and St. Louis, Troy & Eastern Ry. Has 
a flour mill and grain elevator but the leading pursuits 
are coal mining and farming. Express; Telegraph. 
Troy Exchange Bank. 
Call— Saturday : Ind; Est.'94: 8p 15X22; Sub. 

81. B.WiJarvis. Circ ®-500 

TUSCOLA*, 2509 : Douglas, 19097 ; 30m E of Deca- 
tur, juiu'tion Illinois Central, Chicago & Eastern 
Illinois and Cincinnati, Indianapolis & Western Rys. 
In a fertile farm region. Val. 8209,081. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank. Beach House. 
Journal-Republican— Friday; Rep; Est. '04; 

,sp l.")Xi!2; Sub. 81-50. Journal Ptg. Co. 

Circ ®-300() 

Review— Friday; Dem; Est. '75; 12p 15X22: 

Sub. 81.50. Chas. W. Wilson. Circ '^-1900 

UPPER ALTON, 2373; Madison, 04094; Im NE of 
Alton (ui (lex eland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis, 
Chicago & Alton and Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
Rys. In a fruit raising section. Manufactures brick, 
tile and stoneware. Seat of Shurtleff College (Baptist). 
Express: Telegraph. Bank, Alton. 

Review— t Monthly ; Collegiate ; Est. '79 ; 28p 

7X10; Sub. $1. J. A. Giberson. Circ i3)-350 

URBANA*, 5728; Champaign, 47022; 92in NNE of 
Springticld on Big Four, Illinois Central and Champaign 
br. W. Rys. Has Big Four Ry. shops, emi)loying 1000 
people aiid manufacturers of floui-, planed lumber and 
brick. Is farming trade centre for county; trolley to 
Champaign. Seat of University of Illinois. Val. 
,83,500,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Columbian Hotel. 
Courier— Morning ex Mon; Rep; Est. '97; 8p 

15x22; Sub. 85.20. Urbaiia Courier Co. 

Circ (2)1000 

Courier— Friday; Rep; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. cVbana Courier Co. Circ (D-1700 

Herald— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '77; 12p 
15/22; Sub. 81.50. M. W. Mathew's Es- 
tate. Circ ®-2200 

mini— Monday, Wednesday and Friday; Uni- 
versity; Kst. '71; 4p 11x16; Sub. $1.50. 
The niini Association. Circ ^-2450 

URSA, 1480 ; Adams, 67058 ; 10m N of Quincy on Chi- 
cago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. In a rich agricultural 
district. Express; Telegraph. Bank, Mendon. 
Times— Saturday : Ind; Est. '98: 8p 13X26; 

Sub. 81. E."\V. Mills. Circ 

UTICA, 1094; Lasalle, 87770; 10m W of Ottawa on 
Chicago, Rock Island ^r Pacitic Ry. Manufactures 
sewer pii)e and hydraulic cement. Val. (twp.) 8241,- 
855. Exjiress; Telegraph. Clark's Bank. 
Gazette-Friday; Ind: Est. '80; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. 81. Cyrus Young. Circ ^-400 



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VANDALIA*, 2S;>4; Fayette, 280('.5 ; G.'^m NP: of St. 
I.oiiis. ,Mo., junction Dubuque, Fieeport & Centralia 
line 1. ('. and A'andalia Line Rys. Here are wajijon, 
biifcsy' brick, machine and stove factories, and paper 
niillsand farm tool worlvs. A trade centre for manu- 
facturing populace. Val. .?3-to,t)41. Exi)ress; Tele- 
j;rapli. Farmers' & Merchants' Bank. Dickman House. 

Democrat— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '50; 4p 
20^:iU; Sub. 5:1.50. Chas. Smith & Son. 
Circ {J)-600 

Leader— Thursday; Dem; Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. ,':<1. C.F.Coleman. Circ f-llTG 

Union— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '64; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .si. -25. T. N. Lakin & Sons. Circ....r|)-1100 

VEKMONT. 1105; Fulton, 46201; 17m SW of Lew- 
Istiin (in lUida & Husliville br. C, B. & (.}.. intersection 
of St. Louis div. of C. B. tt. Q. Ry. The town has saw 
and flour mills and carriage factories, brick and tile 
works, also farming interests. Val. .i?150,;^5i). Ex- 
press; Telegraph. People's Bank. Kirkbride House. 

Eye— Friday; Rep: Est. '92; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

SI. E.R.Moore. Circ {J)-800 

Independent— Thursday; Ind; Est. '97; 8p 

l.> 22; Sub. SI. Alexander Bros. Circ...(J)-600 

VERSAILLES, 524; Brown. 11557; 4'.)m E of Quincy 
on Wabasli Ky. Shijis grain and live stock for section. 
Val. (twp.) .S274,228. Express; Telegraph. R. E. 
Reid & Co., Bankers. 

Enterprise— Saturday; Ind; Est. '83; 8p 

\:> -20; Sub. SI. 25. Geo. I. Fields. Circ.Ji-SSO 

VICTORIA, 329; Knox, 43612; 16m NE of Galesburg, 
terminus Galesburg & Great Eastern R.v. Surrounded 
by a fertile agricultural district. Express; Telegraph. 
Wataga Bank, Victoria. 

Echo— Friday; Non-pol; Est. '98; 4p 20X26; 

Sub. SI. "R. S. Hook & Co. Circ (D-225 

VIENNA,* 1217; Johnson, 15667 ; 36m NE of Cairo 
on Cairo div. ('., C, C. & St. L. Ry. Four miles east 
of ('. iX; E. I. Ry. Is grain, hay, fruit, lunilier and live 
stock producing town. Val. (tw]).) S2<10,794. Express; 
Tek'g)ai)li. First Nat. Bank. Perkin's House. 

Democrat— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 

1:! • 2(1; Sub. SI. LucasParker. Circ f,-650 

Times— Thursday; Rep; Est. '79; 8p 15x22; 

Suli. Sl.25. "Will H. Gilliam. Circ |:i-950 

VIOLA, 552; Mercer, 20945; 9m E of Aledo on Galva 
& Keithsburg br. C, B. & Q.Ry. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Tcrrey Bros. 

Enterprise— Thursday ; Neutral; Est. '92; 8p 
15x22 ; Sub. SI. D. M. Harkrader & Son. 
Circ ®-600 

VIRDEN, 2280; Macoupin, 42256; 20m SW of 
Sjiringheld on Chicago & Alton and Jacksonvlle & St. 
LouisRys. A great coal mining town having also 
grain and stock raising interests, brick and tile works 
and poultry raising nidustries. Val. §123,465. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank of Virden. Palace Hotel. 

Record— Wednesday ; Dem: Est. '66; 8p 

15x22; Sub. SI. 50. E.P.Kimball. Circ..'S)-900 

Reporter— Friday; Rep; Est. '79; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. si. 50. John R. Underwood. Circ....@-750 

VIRGINIA*, 1600; Cass, 17222; 1,5m N of Jackson- 
ville, .junction Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern and 
Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis Rys. Farming is the chief 
industry. Val. S243,057. Express; Telegraph. Cen- 
tennial Nat. Bank. Mann's Hotel. 

Enquirer— Thursday; Dem; Est. '75; 8p 

15 X 22 ; Sub. S2. F. E. Downing. Circ 

Gazette— Friday ; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 
17 1-2x22;" Sub. $2. Chas. M. Tinney. 
Circ 3-1100 

WALNUT, 791 ; Bureau, 41112 ; 18m SE of Sterling on 
Mendota A Clinton br. C, B. & Q. Ry. Trade centre 
for agricultural and stock raising territory. Val. 
(tw'p.) S425,593. Express; Telegraph. Walnut Bank. 

Leader— Friday; Ind-Dem; Est. '02; 8p 

15 -22; Sub. SI. Wm. AVilson. Circ ^-800 

WARREN, 1327; Jo Daviess, 24533; 27m NE of 
(ialena on Illinois Central and Warren-Shullsburg br. 
C, yi. iV St. P. Rys. Agriculture, dairying, tobacco 
growing, tinware factory and lead mining" are the prin- 
cipal industries. Is a local trade centre. Val. .$201, 
374. Express; Telegraph. State Bank of "Warren. 
Hotel Warren. 



Latest News— Wednesday ; Local; Est. 1900; 
Sji 15. 22; Sub. Si" Warren Pub. Co. 
Circ ®-1000 

Sentinel-Leader— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '57; 
8p 15X22; Sub. .11.25. Gann & Hicks. 
Circ (2-1680 

WARRENSBURG, 503 ; Macon, 44003; 8m NW of 
Decatur on Peoria, Decatur & Evansville Ry. Has 
farm interests. Express; Telegraph. Bankof W"arrens- 
burg. 

Enterprise— Tuesday ; Ind; Est. '90; 8p 

15 22; Sub. SI. Frank Berry. Circ ^-500 

Times— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '85; 4p 20x26; 
Sul). SI- S.Ritchie. (Prints editions un- 
der names of World, Forsyth and Herald, 
Oreana.) Comb. Circ ij)-1050 

WARSAW, 2335; Hancock, 32215; 40m N of Quincy 
on Mississippi river and Toledo, Peoria & Western Ry. 
Has several flour mills, pickle and canning factory aiid 
large cooperage works, employing several hundred men. 
Ships fruit, grain and hay and is trade centre for in- 
dustrial section. Val. S313,733. Express; Telegraph. 
Hill, Dodge Banking Co. Adams House. 

Bulletin— Friday; Rep; Est. '65; 4p 22x28; 

Sul). SI. 50. Phil. Dallam. Circ (i)-1250 

WASHBURN, 703; Woodford, 21822; 25m NE of 
Peoria on Chicago & Alton Ry. Has several manufac- 
turing concerns and agricultural interests. Creamery. 
Express ; Telegrai)h. Washburn Bank. 

Leader — Thursday; Ind; Est. 1001; 16p; 
11x15; Sub. .fl.SO. Geo. H. Wineteer. 
Circ (f-eOO 

WASHINGTON, 1450; Tazewell, 33221; 11m E of 
I'eoria on Chicago & Alton, Atchison, Topeka & Santa 
Fe and Toledo, Peoria & AVestern Rys. Has flouring 
mills and stock raising interests. Ships cattle and 
hogs. Val. S257,228. Express; Telegraph. Henry 
Denhard & Co., Bankers. Danforth House. 

News— Thursday; Ind; Est. '76; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. SI. 50.  A. H. Heiple. Circ ®-800 

Post— Friday ; Ind-Dem ; Est. '08 ; 8p 17X 22 ; 

Sub. SI. Paul R. Goddard. Circ ($-1467 

WATERLOO*, 2114; Monroe, 13847; 23m S of St. 
Louis on Mobile & Ohio Ry. Grows and shi])s grain 
and corn. Val. S234,562. Express; Telegraph. State 
Bank of Waterloo. City Hotel. 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '58; 8p 

14 ,22; Sub. Sl.25. H. C. Voris. Circ..'S-1384 

Times— Thursday; Dem; Est. '72; 4p 18x24; 

■Sub. SI. R. E. Douglas. Circ $-1000 

WATSEKA*, 2505; Iroquois, 38014; 76m S of Chi- 
cago, junction Toledo, Peoria & AVestern and Chicago 
& Eastern Illinois Rys. In a rich farming region. 
Here are woolen mills, tile and brick works, roller 
mills and foundries. Two hundred artesian \vells with- 
in city limits. Several boulevards and miles of con- 
crete "walks. Val. S274,743. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Iroquois Hotel. 

Republican— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '56; 8p 
10-24: Sub. SI. 50. Watseka Republican 
Cu. Circ @-1850 

Times-Democrat— Friday ; Est.'70; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. SI. 50. Matthew P. Kelly. Circ 



WAUCONDA, 307 ; Lake, 34504 ; 42m NW of Chicago, 
nearest railroad point. Agriculture. Val. (twp.) S206,- 
012. Express and Telegraph, Lake Zurich. First Nat. 
Bank, Waukegan. 

Leader— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '93; 8p 13x20; 

Sul). SI. 50. L. N. Carr. Circ 3-420 

WAUKEGAN*, 9426; Lake, 34504; 36m N of 
Chicago on Milwaukee div. C. & N. W., terminus Elgin, 
Joliet & Eastern Rys.; on Lake Michigan with flne 
harbor. Has Washburn-Moen Mfg. Co., wire; 
Cyclone Woven Wire Fence Co., Chicago Recording 
Scale Works, Corn Products, sugar refinery and starch 
works; C. M. Warner, Starch Works, Wrapper Factory, 
Bower Boat Co. and many others : Besley's Brewing Co., 
Thomas Brass & Iron Works, Manning Leather Co., 
American Brake Beam Co., West Coast Asphalt Roofing 
Co., Empire Zinc Works, North Shore Gas Co., Chicago 
Hardware Co. Is trade centre of large farming, dairy- 
ing and manufacturing section. Trolley to North Chi- 
cago and Lake Bluff & Chicago on Chicago & Milwau- 
kee Electric Ry. Has Lake County Hos])ital and private 
sanitarium. Is summer resort. Val. 81,103.442. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Waukegan House. 



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Gazette— Eveuing; Ind-Rep; Est. '92; 8p 

i:(»x24; Sub. $4. Gazette Pub. Co.Circ. .($-1650 

Gazette— Saturday; Ind-Rep; Est. '50; 12p 
1.SX24; Sub. .§1.50. Gazette Pub. Co. 
(Prints an edition under same name for 
Highland Park.) Comb. Cire (f)-2650 

Sun— Evening; Rep; Est. '97; 4p 18x24; 
Sub. S4.2(». Waukegan Sun I'ub. & Ptg. 
Co. Circ @-1760 

Sun and Patriot— Saturday ; Rep: Est. '45; 8p 
l.sx24: Sub. §1.50. Waukegan Sun Pub. 
A: Ptg. Co. Circ (2)-1897 

WAVEELY, 1573; Morgan, 55006; 17m SE of Jack- 
sonville on St. Louis, Cliicago & St. Paul and Jackson- 
ville & St. Louis Rys. In a fertile farm district. Has 
creameries, flouring mills, tile factories. Val. 
.¥197,253. Express; Telegraph. Rank of Waverly. 
City Hotel. 
Enterprise— Thursday; Ind; Est. '97; 8p 

13X20; Sub. $1. B. Rein-bach. Circ 13--95O 

Journal— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '76; 8p 15x22: 

Sub. .SI. C. A*. Wells. Circ 3-10/5 

WAYNESVILLE, 528; Dewitt. 18972; 20m S of 
Rloounngton on Peoria div. V. L. Ry. Has agricultur- 
al and stock raising interests. Val. (twii.) .'i;l97,253. 
Express; Telegraph. Waynesville Bank. 

Record— Saturday ; Local ; Est. '82 ; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. SI. 50. "Crihtield Bros. Circ (S)-350 

WELDON, 536; Dewitt, 18972; 12m E of Clinton on 
Springtleltl div. I. C. Ry. A farming town. Express; 
Telegraph. Jacob Swigart & Sons, Bankers. 

Record— Friday; Ind; Est. '91; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .fl. A.H.Montgomery. Circ (f;-450 

WENONA, 1406; Marshall, 16370; 47m NE of Peoria 
on Peoria br. C. & A. and Dubuque, Ereeport & Cen- 
tralia div. I. C. Rys. Has coal and zinc mines. Trade 
centre for agricultural section. Val. .1181,398. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Hotel Stanton. 

Index— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '05; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. Otis Montgomery. Circ ®-1050 

WEST BROOKLYN, 279; Lee, 29894; 21m SE of 
Dixon on Chic-ago, 15urlington & Quincy Ry. Express ; 
Telegraph. Henry E. Gehant, Banker. 

News— Friday; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

SI. 50. Gehant & Fordham. Circ 3-1000 

WEST CHICAGO, 1877; Dup.age, 28196; 30m W of 
Chicago on Chicago, Burlington iS; (Juincy and Elgin, 
Chicago cV Northwestern, Joliet & Eastern Rys. The 
Chicago it Northwestern Ry. has its rolling mills and 
repair shops here. Large brick yards and several small 
manufactures. Express ; Telegraph. Newton & Smiley, 
Bankers. Springer's Hotel. 

Democrat— Wednesday; Dem; Est. '90; 12]) 
15x22; Sub. .Sl.SO. John C. Neltnor. 
(Prints edition for Wheaton under the 
heading Star-Critic.) Comb. Circ 3-IOOO 

Journal— Thursday; Rep; Est. '84; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. .¥1.50. A. L. Hamilton. (Prints an 
edition under the name of Press, Wheaton.) 
Comb. Circ ®-1250 

WESTFIELD, 820; Clark, 24033; 19m NW of 
Marshall on Chicago div. P., I). & E. Ry. Manufactures 
flour and has brick yards, farming and cattle raising 
interests. Val. (twp.) S138,804. Express; Telegraph. 
Westfield Bank. 

Progress— Saturday ; Neutral; Est. '98; Sub. 

50c. Morrie Makepeace. Circ (3)-400 

Review— Thursday; Ind; Est. '90; 8p 16X24; 

Sul). si. R.M.Dawson. Circ (1^-600 

WEST PULLMAN, 1000; Cook, 1,838,785; (suburb of 
Chicago, 1 4m S) connected with 30 trunk lines center- 
ing in Chicago. Has Piano Mfg. Co., farming imple- 
ments; Whitman & Barnes Mfg. Co., reaper knives, 
mowers and sickles; Carter White Lead Co., Opaque 
Cloth Co., Metal Furniture Co., Calumet Mfg. & Lum- 
ber Co., Phoenix Shoe Co. and minor industries, era- 
I)loying 3000 people, with monthly pay roll of §150,000. 
Calumet Electric Ry. to Chicago, South Chicago and 
connections. Express; Telegraph. .State Bank of 
West Pullman. 

Reporter — Saturday ; Rep; Est '93; 8p 

15-22; Sub. $1. G. F. Roberts. Circ @-575 

WEST SALEM, 700; Edwards, 10345; 16m S of Olney 
on I'coria. Decatur & Evansville Ry. Agricultural 
town. Express; Telegraph. West Salem Bank. 



Advocate— Thursdav ; Rep ; Est. '94 ; 4p 17X 24 ; 

Suij. si. W. S. Baichley. Circ J-450 

WHEATON*, 2345; Dup.igc, 28196; 24m AV of 
Chicago on Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Surrounded 
by fertile farm lands and ships live stock, grain and. 
agricultural produce for farming comnuinit}-. A local 
market and trading centre. Seat of Wheaton college. 
Adams Memorial Library. Chicago Golf Club grounds. 
Val. .•ii258,570. Express; Telegraph. Gary-Wheaton 
Bank. Wheaton House. 

lUinoian— Fridav ; Rep; Est. '61; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.50. Newton E. Matter. Circ 4 -1050 

WHITE HALL, 2030; Greene, 23402; 68m N of St. 
Louis on Chicago & Alton and Burlington Rys.; near 
Illinois river, with passenger and freight steamboat 
connections with all imi)ortant river ports. Has 
White Hall Sewer Pipe & I'ottery Co., A. I). Rucker & 
Son, jiottery: D. Culljertson &' Co., i)Ottery and tile; 
foundry, machine shop, nurseries and greenhouses. 
Is in the Illinois ajijile belt and is fanning, fruit rais- 
ing and manufacturing trade centre for northern. 
Greene countj', with 14000 po]). Val. (twp.) .§496,105. 
Express; Telegraph. People's Bank. Hotel Stocks. 

Register— Fliday ; Dem; Est. '69; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. W.J.Roberts. Circ f-1500- 

Republican— Evening; Rep; Est. '84; 8p 

15 22; Sub. 86. E. J. Pearce. Circ 1-200 

Republican— Friday ; Rep; Est. '77; 8p 
15X22; Sub. .§1.50. E. J. Pearce. (Prints 
an edition under name of Arrow, Man- 
chester.) Comb. Circ |^-800 

WILLI AMSFIELD, 447; Knox, 43612; 19m E of 
(ialesburg on Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. 
Mining and farming are the chief industries. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Williamstield. 
Times— Thursday; Ind; Est. "89; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. $1.50. M.H.Irish. Circ g-50O 

WILLI AMSVILLE, 573; .Sangamon, 71593; 12m NE 
of Si)ringheld on Chicago & Alton Ry. Farming 
and coal mines. P'xpress; Telegrai)h. Williamsville 
Bank. 

Index— Thursdav; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1. C.E.Stewart. Circ f-600 

WILMINGTON, 1420; Will, 74764; 15m SW of 
Joliet on Chicago l^- Alton Ry. In an agricultural sec- 
tion. Here are .several manufactories including flour 
and paper mills. Val. §213,565. Express; Telegrai)li. 
First Nat. Bank. .Stewart House. 
Advocate— Friday ; Rep; Est. '70; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .§1.50. CJuinn &Odell. Circ 3 -<>40 

Leader— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '96; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. .§1. Parkinson & Co. Circ .■ 

WINCHESTER, 1711; Scott, 10455; 18m .SW of 
Jacksonville on Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Ry. 
Mines coal and ships sandstone, grain and agricultural 
produce. Val. §190,394. Express; Telegraph. Frost 
& HulJiard, Bankers. Cheseldine House. 

Herald— Weeklv ; Rep; Est. 1901 ; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. .§1.25. C. P:. Johnson. Circ J -700 

Times— Friday; Dem: Est. '65; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. §1.2;1. P. R. Nelson. Circ 3 -150O 

WINDSOR, 861;: Shelby, 32126; 12m W of Shelby- 
ville on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & .St. Louis 
and Effingham br. W. Rys. Big stock shii)i)ing busi- 
ness done. Is trade centre for agricultural section. 
Val. ,§100,000. Express; Telegraph. Commercial State 
Bank. Windsor House. 

Gazette— Thursdav; Local; Est. '78; 8p 
13x20; Sub. .§1. Lilly & Dunscomb. 
Circ (f -876 

WINNEBAGO, 405; Winnebago, 47845; 8m W of 
Rocklord on Chicago & Northwestern Ry. An agri- 
cultural town. Val. (twp.) .§402,343. Express; Tele- 
graph. People's Bank, Rockford. 

Reflector— Fridav; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 12x18; 

Sub. §1. C. F. Trittle. Circ S-700 

WINSLOW, 405; Stephenson, 34933 ; 20m N of Free- 
port on Dodgeville br. I. C. Ry. Farming is the princi- 
l)al industry. Express; Telegraph. Fuller & Son, 
Bankers. 
Register— Friday; Local; Est. '96 ;4p 16x22; 

Sub. .§1. Fuller & .Son. Circ 



ILLINOIS. 



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WOODHULL, T74; Henry, 40049; 17m N of Gales- 
Inirj; (in tialva <& Keithsbnrg br. C, B. & Q. Ry. Chief 
occupation is farming. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' 
Bank. 
Dispatch— Thursday; Ind; Est. '79; 8p 

17-- L'4; Sub. $1. Walter A. Olsen. Circ.S-1251 

WOODSTOCK*, 2502; McHenry, 29759; 51m NW of 
Chicago on Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Oliver type- 
wTiters are manufactured here. Has planing and grist 
mills, foundry and machine shops and produces butter, 
cheese and pickles. A local commercial centre. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Farmers' Exchange Bank. Hotel 
■\Vaverly. 

Democrat— Saturday; Dem; Est. '7d87; 

18X24; Sub. $1.50. Jno. A. Dufield. Circ.i)-1220 

Sentinel — Thursday; Rep; Est. '56; 8p 
1.") 1-2x22; Sub. .§1.50. Woodstock Sen- 
tinel Co. Cire a -1500 

Volksblatt (German)— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '85; 
12p 17X23; Sub. §2. Chas. F. & Fred L. 
Renich. Cire (5;-1450 

WYOMING, 1277; Stark, 10186: 30m NW of Peoria 
on Buda vS: Kushville br. C, B. & Q. and Chicago, Rock 
Island & Facitic Rys. Local trade centre for prosperous 



agricultural territory. Val. .f 206, 998. Express;. 
Telegraph. Scott, Wrigley & Hammond, Bankers. 
Commercial House. 
Post-Herald- Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 

18x24; Sub. .'ifl. W.E.Nixon. Cire (S)-936; 

Tribune— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '95; 8pl5x22; 

Sub. 81.50. J.M.Newton. Cire ;....@-849 

YATES CITY, 650; Knox, 43612; 30m NW of Peoria 
on Galesburg & Peoria br. C, B. & Q. Ry. In farming 
region. Express; Telegraph. People's Bank. City 
Hotel. 

Banner— Friday; Ind; Est. '79; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .fl.50. W. A. McKeighan. Cire ®-550. 

YORKVILLE*, 1124; Kendall, 11467; 49m W of 
Chicago on Aurora & Streator br. C, B. & Q. Ry. 
Aurora and Yorkville Electric Ry. Trade centre for 
agricultural population. Two creameries. Express;. 
Telegraph. Yorkville Bank. Nading House. 

Record— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '64; 8p 
15x20; Sub. .?1.50. John R. Marshall. 
Cire 3 -184a 



INDIANA. 



Capital, Indianapolis. Settled at Vincennes by the Frenchmen in 1702. I'opulation, 2,51C,4('>2. Area, 
36587 sq. miles. Acres of farm land, 21,000,000; value of farm land, .§(535,000,01)0. State debt, .'=:3,661,723. 
Vote in 1900: Rep. 336,063; Dem. 300,58-i; Pro. 13718; Peo. 1438; Soc. Dem. 2374; Soc. Labor, 663. 

Indiana is bounded on the north by Lake Michigan and Michigan; on the east by Ohio; on the south by 
Kentucky and on the west by Illinois. It is a rolling plain sloping toward the southeast. Over one-third of 
the state is woodland, the northern section growing hemlocks and maples and the southern sweet gums, 
pecans and sycamores: and the lumber products amount to .*16,000,000 a year. The state has 9,000,000 acres 
in plowed and meadow land and produces 200,000,000 bushels of cereals annually. The Wabash and White 
River vaUeys are especially tine corn and wheat land and in the best years the corn crop has reached 130,000,000 
bushels and the wheat crop 40,000,000 bushels. Besides the foregoing, large crops of l)arley, rye, cloverseed, flax- 
seed, l)uckvvheat, sorghum, potatoes and tobacco are raised. The state has over 10,000,000 fruit trees and an- 
nually raises 36,000,000 bushels of apples and 4,000,000 bushels of peaches. The production of grapes amounts 
to 7,000,000 pounds a year. The quantity of dairy products is very large. There is live stock valued at 870,000,- 
000 and 120,000 hives of bees, producing 1,000,000 pounds of honey ayear. Seven thousand square miles of bi- 
tuminous coal are among the resources of Indiana. There are 400 natural gas wells in the state, with a capital of 
§6,000,000. At Bedford, in the southern part of the state, there are extensive quarries of Indiana limestone, a 
fine, handsome building stone in two colors, buff and blue, that has been used in the Auditorium, Chicago, 
Times Building, New York and many others. Among the other minerals are sandstone, gypsum, slate, litho- 
graphic stone, whetstone, marble, blue stone, white glass sand, brick and porcelain clays and cement. Wyan- 
dotte cave, Hamer's Mill cave are among the scenic attractions of the state. At Jeffersonville is the main quar- 
termaster's depot for the L'nited States. The manufactures of Indiana have enjoyed a rapid growth in recent 
years owing to the discovery and use of natural gas, the factories number 8<iO0, capitalized at .»;6o,000,000 and 
employ 70000 people. The products include the pulleys of Meshawaka, the packed meats, flour, bicycles and 
desks of Indianapolis; the carriages of Indianapolis and South Bend, the plows of the latter city, the food 
products of Terre Haute, the plate glass of New Alljany, Elwood and vicinity, the woolens of New Albany and 
many others. The state has 92 counties and newspapers are published in them all. The principal cities are : 
Indianapolis, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Terre Haute, South Bend, New Albany, Richmond, Lafayette, Logansport 
and Elkhart. 




AKEON, 

on Kri 

Exchange Bank. 

News— Fridav; Est. '90; 4p 18x24; Sub. $1. 

S.N. Shesler. Giro ®-550 

ALBANY, 2116; Delaware, 49624 ; 10m NE of Muncie 
on Lake Erie & Western Ry. Agriculture. Express ; 
Telegraph. Albany State Bank. 

Advocate— Fridav; Ind: Est. '87; 4p 14X22; 

Suli. .SI. D. H. Runneals. Circ (D-e60 

ALBION*', 1324; Noble. 23553 ; 33m NE of Fort Wayne 
on Baltimore & Ohio Ry. Has flour and lumber mills 
tile, handle and carriage factories. Trade centre for 
agricultural territory. Val. .§402,658. Express ; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Albion. Hoffman House. 

Democrat— Thursdav: Dem; Est. '57; 8p 

2() -26: Sub. $1.U). AV. H. McEwen. Circ. 3-1150 

New Era— Wednesday; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 
17x24; Sub. §1.50. J. E. Buchanan. 
Circ (i:-1215 

ALEXANDRIA*, 7221; Madison, 70407; 11m Nof 
Anderson, junction Michigan div. C, C. C. & St. L. 
and Lake Erie & Western Rys. and Union Traction Co.'s 
Electric Road. In Indiana gas belt and farm district. 
Has blue limestone quarries, i)laning and saw mills 
and manufactures window and plate glass, lamp chim- 
neys, axes, wire, pails, paper, l)rick, insulators and 
steel goods. Exiness; Telegraph. Commercial Bank. 
Kent 1 louse. 

Press— Monday and Wednesday: Dem; Est. 
".13; 8p 15x22; Sub. SI. C. F. Meyer & 
Bros. Circ S-1240 

Press-Friday; Dem; P:st. '93; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. 50c. C. F. Meyer & Bros. Circ @-1180 

Times— Thursday; Rep; Est. '78;4-8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1.50. OthoF.Line. Circ (f)-800 

Tribune— Kvening: Rep; Est. '97; 8p 20X26; 

Suli. s:-,. W. K. French & Bro. Circ 4-1180 

Tribune— Friday; Rep; Est. '97; 8p 20X26; 

sul). si. 50. W. E. French & Bro. Circ...A-1279 



ANDERSON*, 20178; Madison, 70407; 36m NE of 
Indianapolis on Michigan and Indianapolis divs. C, C, 
C. & St.L. and Richmond div. P., C, C. & St.L., termi- 
nus Chicago & Southeastern Rys. Here are : The 
ftedge Bros. Iron Roofing Co., Hill Machine Co., Arcade 
File AVorks, Scofield Bolt Co., Woolley Foundry & 
Machine Works, tile and brick machines ; Wr'ight 
Shovel Co., National Tin Plate Co., Pennsylvania Glass 
Co., American Straw Board and Wire Nail companies, 
Anderson Bicycle Wheel, Flint Bottle, Forging, Glass, 
Iron & Bolt, Keg & Package and Knife & Bar compa- 
nies and other interests. Is trade centre for county. 
Val. .§2,248,455. Express; Telegraph. Nat. Exchange 
Bank. Doxey House. 

Bulletin— Evening; Ind; Est. '85; 8-16p 

15X22;Sub. .§o. Bulletin Ptg. Co. Circ..(D-4148 

Herald— Morning ex Mon ; Rep ; Est. '88 ; 8p 
17 1-2-22 1-2; Sub. §4.80. Wallace 
Bruce Campbell. Circ ®-2500 

Herald— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '68; 8p 
17 1-2x22 1-S; Sub. §1. Wallace Bruce 
Campbell. Circ (D-llOO 

News— Evening; Dem; Est. '85; 8p 15x22. 

Sub. §5. Democrat Printing Co. Circ...®-1682 

Democrat (weekly edition of New-s) — Fridav; 
Dem; Est. '47: 8p 15x22; Sub. §1. 
Democrat Printing Co. Circ 3^-1832 

ANDREWS, 746 ; Huntington. 28901 ; Om W of Hun- 
tington on Wabash Ry. In farm section. Val. §224,- 
375. Express; Telegraph. The Commercial Bank. 
Hotel Stouber. 

Signal— Saturday ; Non-Pol; Est. '93; 8p 
13x20; Sub. «;!. (). K. Gleason. Circ 



-450 



ANGOLA*, 2141 ; Steuben, 15219; 41m NE of Fort 
Wayne on Fort Wayne br. L. S. & M. S. Ry. Engaged 
chiefly in farming aiid grazing industries. Has small 
manufactures. Seat of the Tri-State Normal College. 
Val. §1,115,890. Express ; Telegraph. Steuben County 
Bank. Hendry House. 
Herald— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '76; 8p 

15x22; Sub. §1.50. W. K. ShefEer. 

Circ (3)-1030 



INDIANA. 



141 



Magnet-Friday; Rep; Est. "J3; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. .^1.50. Rose & Willis. Circ 3-1200 

Republican— >Ve(lnesflay ; rol.and Local: Est. 
.'>(•>: sp 17X22: Sul). .•?1.50. O. F. Rake- 
straw. Circ D-2675 

ARCADIA, 1413: Hamilton. 29914; 30m NE of Indi- 
anapolis on Indianai)olis cV- Michigan div. L. E. & W. Ry. 
Farming and manufacturing. Natural gas. Express; 
Telegrajih. Citizens' Bank. Fountain Inn. 

Arcadian— Thursday : Non-political: Est. '83; 

.sp 15X22: Sub. $1. H.R.Smith. Circ....il)-450 

ARGOS, 1307: Marshall, 25119; 8m S of Plymouth on 
Js'ew York. Chicago & St. Louis and Indianaiiolis and 
Michigan City div. L. E. & W. Rys. Has manufacto- 
ries of flour and lumber. Electrics to nearby towns. 
Val. .S209.385. Exjiress : Telegraph. State Exchange 
Kank. Argos House. 

Reflector— Thursday ; Non-partisan; Est. '81; 
<sp 17 1-2X22; Sub. $1. John R. Jones. 
Circ (D-1200 

ASHLEY, 542 ; Steuben. 15219 ; 8m SW of Angola on 
Waliash Ry. Has railroad machine shops and farming 
interests. Express; Telegraph. Commercial Bank. 
Yelsa House. 
Times— Thursday ; Local; Est. '92; 8pl5X22; 

Sub. . SI. 50. Ashley Ptg. Co. Circ rf-lOOO 

ATLANTA, lOOO; Hamilton, 29914; 11m N of Nobles- 
ville on Indianapolis & Michigan div. L. E. & W. Ry. 
A manufacturing town. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
of Atlanta. 
Times— Friday ; Non-Political; Est. '97; 8p 

15X22 ; Siib. .?1. O. H. Smith. Circ (1-400 i 

ATTICA, 3005; Fountain, 21446; 23m W of Lafayette [ 
on \\'abash river and Wabash and Chicago & Eastern | 
Illinois Rys. Here are turned handle, wagon and j)low 
factories." Has sandstone and silica deposits. Val. 
.'?6(55,420. Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Nat. Bank. 
Revere House. 
Democrat— Thursday; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 
15X22; Sub. $1.50. Geo. M. Williams. 

Circ ®-1640 

Ledger— Evening; Rep; Est. '95; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. . So. Ledger Ptg. Co. Circ @-750 

Ledger— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '51; 8p 18X24; 

Sub. -So. Ledger Ptg. Co. Circ (1)-1800 

AUBURN*, 3396; Dekalb. 25711; 23m N of Fort 
Wayne on Baltimore & Ohio, Detroit & Logansport br. 
Varidalia and .Tackson br. L. S. & M. S. Rys. Has Eck- 
hart Carriage Co., W. H. Kiblinger, carriages; Auburn 
Mfg. Co., carriage bodies: Zimmerman Mfg. Co., car- 
riages and windmills; Modern Buggy Co., carriages: 
Moilel Engine AVorks & Standard Mfg. Co., Auburn 
Hardwood Co., W. D. Miller, brick and tile; and minor 
industries. Is farming trade centre for county. Val. 
81,240,000. Express ; Telegraph. The McClellan Bank. 
Hadcrmann's Restaurant. 
Courier— Evening; Local; Est. '95 ;4p 17x24; 

Sub. .?5. Courier Co. Circ (3)-480 

Courier— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '71; 8p 

17 . 24; .Sub. .SI. 50. Courier Co. Circ (|;-1512 

Dispatch— Daily; Ind; Est. '98; 4p 20X24; 

Sub. — ; J. Edgar Buchanan. Circ (3)-550 

Dispatch— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '74; 8p 

2()x24; Sub. $1.50. J.Edgar Buchanan. 

( ire f3 -1000 

AURORA, 3645; Dearborn, 22194; 25m W of Cincin- 
nati, O. on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern, terminus 
Aurora br. C, C, C. & St. L. Rys.; on Ohio river, with 
steamers to Cincinnati and connections with leading 
river ports. Has Aurora Chair Co., Star Milling Co., 
Stedman's Foundry & Machine Works, Boyer Wheel 
Co., Ohio Valley Buggy Co., Aurora Furniture Co., 
Aurora Tool Works, Samuel Wjanond Cooperage Co. 
and minor interests. Val. -SI, 443, 880. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank. Eagle Hotel. 
Alpha and Omega— Monthly ; Undenomina- 
tional; Est. '95: 16p 9X14: Sub. 50c. 

Home Pub. Co. Circ ®-2050 

Bulletin— Saturday; Dem; Est. '94; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. E. A. McKee. Circ ©-1128 

Independent— Thursday; Ind; Est. '68; 4p 

22X28; Sub. .SI. 50. L. W. Cobb. Circ. . .®-800 

AVILLA, 658; Noble, 23533; 23m N of Fort Wayne 
on Baltimope & Ohio and Grand Rapids & Indiana Rys. 
Manufactures carriage bodies, tile and cigars. Local 



trade centre for agricultural section. Old Ladies' 
Home (only one in Indiana) is located here. Val 
$160,000. Express: Telegraph. Noble County Bank, 
Kendallville. St. .lames House. 
News— Thursday; Ind; Est. '86; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .SI. Fred W. Baker. Circ 45-850 

BATESVILLE, 1384; Ripley, 19881; 52m NW of 
Cincinnati on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. 
Louis Ry. 3Ianufactures furniture, coffins and shoes, 
and has farming interests. Val. $555,665. Exjjress; 
Telegrai)h. Batesville Bank. .Sherman House. 

Democratic Herald— Thursday; Dem;. Est. 
'92: sp 15. -22; Sub. $1.25. Johnson & 
Nusbaumer. Circ (2)-1180 

Tribune— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '93 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. $1.25. D. McCallum. Circ ;3)-900 

BEDFORD*, 6115; Lawrence. 25729; 71m NAV of 
Louisville. Ky. on Monon, terminus Swift City or Mo- 
non and Bedford br. B. & O. S. AV. Rys. Has Acme, 
and Salem Bedford. Bedford Cut, Bedford Indiana, 
Peerless. Climax, Hallowell and Consolidated Stone 
Companies, Bedford Lime, Quarries, Quarry and Stone 
Mill companies, C. S. Norton Bluestone Co.. Oolitic 
Stone Co. of Indiana, and E. N. Strout & Sons, foundry 
and machine shoji, emi)loying 3000 men, with monthly 
pay roll of $150,000. A^al. $1,000,000. Express; Tel- 
egraph. Citizens' Bank. Delhi House. 

Democrat— Afternoon ; Dem; Est. '82; 4p 
15,-22; Sub. $5.20. .John Johnson, Jr. 
Circ S-950 

Democrat— Tuesday ; Dem; Est. '72; 8p 

15x22;Sub. $1. John Johnson, Jr. Circ.g-lSOO 

Mail— Evening; Rep; Est. '92; 4p 17x24; 

Sub. .$5. Otis & Brooks. Circ ®-600 

Mail— Friday; Rep; Est. '76; 4p 22x28; Sub. 

si. 25. Otis & Brooks. Circ ®-1050 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '96; 4p 

15,>:22 ; Sub. $1. F. A. Likely & Co. Circ. 3-1050 

BERNE, 1037; Adams, 22232; 12m S of Decatur on 
Grand Rapids & Indiana Ry. In timber, farming and 
oil region. Exjiress; Telegraph. Bank of Berne. 

Christlicher Bundes-Bote (Cierman)— Thurs- 
day; Religious, Est. "81; 8p 11X15 1-2: 
Sub. $1.50. Mennonite Book Concern. Circ.f  

Menomite— Monthly ; Est. '84; 8p 11X15; 
Sub. 50c. General Conference of Meno- 
mites. Circ 



-2650 



J5-846 



Witness— Tuesday and Friday; Ind; Est. '96: 
.s-16p 11 X 16; Sub. $1.25. Fred 
Rohrer. Circ 



1-1438 

BICKNELL, 1000; Knox, 32746; 15m NE of Viu- 
cennes on Indianai>olis & A'ineennes div. P., C., C. & 
St. L. Ry. Coal mining and lumber are the chief in- 
dustries. Trade centre for agricultural and mining 
territory. Val. $450,000. Express ; Telegraph. Bick- 
nell Bank. 

News— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. A.D.Craig. Circ (D-500 

BLOOMFIELD*, 1588; Greene, 28530: 35m SE of 
Terre Haute on .Switz City br. "Monon route" C. I. & 
L. and Evansville & Indianapolis Rys. Has coal mines 
and is trade centre for Greene county. A"al. S700,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Bloomfield Bank. Chicago House. 
Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '60; 4p 

20X26; .Sub. $1.50. J. P. Barron. Circ... 3 -1500 
News— Friday; Rep; Est. 76; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. $1.50. AVill B. Maddock. Circ g.-1800 

BLOOMINGDALE, 505; Parke. 23000: 5m N of Rock- 
ville on Cincinnati, Indianapolis & AVestern Ry. Has 
saw, planing and roller mills, tomato canning factory. 
Trade centre for agricultural and manufacturing sec- 
tion and popular summer resort. Express ; Telegrai)h 
First Nat. Bank, Rockville. Hotel Gentry. 
World— AVednesday ; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 

18x24; Sub. $1. C. Arrasmith. Circ 4-375 

BLOOMINGTON*, 6460: Monroe, 20873; 60m SAV of 
Indianapolis on .Monon Ry. Has Buff & Blue, Monroe 
County and Central Oolitic Stone companies. Consoli- 
dated, Crafton, Empire State, Henley Hunter Bros., 
Hunter A'alley, Indiana Steam and Stinesville& Bloom- 
ington Stone companies. North End and Shawers Bros. 
Furniture companies and minor interests. Is seat of 
Indiana State University. A'al. $1,521,785. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Gentry. 

Courier— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. '74; 

4-8p 15x22; Sub. $1. CravensBros. Clrc.S;-lG50 



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PETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



Star— Saturday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '1>5; 8p 

11x10: Sub. ai. H.J.Feltus. Circ ®-800 

Student— + Daily exMon; Collegiate; Est. '74; 
Ap 11X14; Sub. $1.75. Indiana Universi- 
ty. Circ 5-450 

Telephone— Evening; Rep; Est. '92: 4pl3x20; 

fSub. .S3. W. S. Bradfute. Circ ®-700 

Telephone— Tuesdav and Friday; Rep; Est. 
■77; 4p 15x22; Sub. .$1.50." AV. S. Brad- 
fute. Circ ®-1150 

World— Afternoon ; Dem ; Est. '94 ; 4p 15x22 ; 

Sub. S3. Cravens Bros. Circ (D-1050 

BLUFFTON,* 4479; Wells, 23449; 25m S of Fort 
Wavne on Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City and New 
York, Lake Erie & Western Rys. Has R. G. Marcy 
Mfg. Co., iron ])umi)S and steel windmills; Bluffton 
Mfg. Co., washing machines and clothes racks; Zero 
Mfg. Co., ladies' shirt waists and mittens; National 
Straw Hat Mfg. Co., limestone quarry and minor 
industries, employing 55(i people. Is farming and oil 
producing trade centre for Wells and adjacent coun- 
ties with annual trade of $1,500,000. Has propor- 
tionatelv more miles of asphalt streets than any other 
city in "the world. Yal. .S2,000,000. Express; Tele- 
; graph. Studabaker Bank. Bliss House. 

Banner— Evening; Dem; Est. '99; 4p 20X23; 

Sub. S3. Geo. L. Saunders. Circ. (g;-1025 

Banner— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '50; 8-12p 

15x22; Sub. #1. Geo. li. Sanders. Circ. §,-1865 

News— Evening; Non-political; Est. '92; 4p 
18X24; Sub. .S5.20. Chronicle Pub. Co. 
(ire :%-V610 

Chronicle (weekly edition of News) — Wednes- 
day; Rep; Est. '68; 10-12p 18X24; Sub. 
.S1.50. Chronicle Pub. Co. Circ t-1420 

People's Press— Friday ; Pop; Est. '94; 8p 

1.")  2'-' : Sub. $1. C. H. Humphrey. Circ 

BOONVILLE*, 2849; Warrick, 22329; 17m NE of 
Evansville on Louisville, Evansville & St. Louis Ry. 
Industries : Cattle raising, farming, coal mining and 
luml)ering. Has planing mill. "Val. $549,990. Ex- 
jjress: Telegraph. Boonville Nat. Bank. St. Charles 
Hotel. 
Enquirer— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '50 ; 4p 20x26 ; 

Sub. si. G. H. Hazen. Circ ®-1350 

Standard— Fridav; Rep; Est. '75; 4p 22x28; 

Sub. si. C.W.Bennett. Circ 4-1200 

BORDEN, 250; Clark, 31835; 18m W of New Albany 
on ( hicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Ry. Is a manu- 
facturing town and trade centre for prosperous fruit 
growing section. Val. .S20,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Second Nat. Bank, New Albany. 

Sentinel— Friday; Ind; Est. '93; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .81. A. E. Olmstead. Circ ®-900 

BOSWELL, 824; Benton, 13123; 29m NW of Lafay- 
ette on Lake Erie & Western Ry. Stock raising and 
farming are the chief industries. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Boswell. 
Enterprise— Friday; Rep; Est. '84; 8p 15X22; [ 

Sail. 81. W. Sam LeflEew. Circ !2)-800 | 

BOURBON, 1187; Marshall, 25119; 95m E of Chicago I 
on l'ittsl)urg. Fort Wayne & Chicago div. P. Ry. 
Manufacturing and blooded stock-raising town; is also 
local traile and poultry and dairy market. Great grain- 
raising and shipping centre. Yal. .S420,O00. Express ; 
Telegni]ih. Exchange Bank. Central Hotel. 

News-Mirror— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 

1.)  22; Sub. §1. News-Mirror Co. Circ.D-lgOO 

BRAZIL*, 7786; Clay, 34285; 57m SW of Indianapo- 
lis on \'andalia an(lChi(^ago& Eastern Illinois, termi- 
nus Chicago & Southeastern and Brazil l)r. E. & I. and 
Brazil & Centre Point Rys.; on Brazil, Knightsville & 
Harmony Electric Ry. and Brazil & Terre Hance Celest- 
ine liUie. In the Indiana Black Coal region; has Brazil, 
Superior and Diamond Black Coal comi)anies, Crawford 
and Otter Creek Coal com panics,. Jackson Coal& Mining 
Co., Isaac Mcintosh & Co., coal mines ; Zeller, McClellan 
& Co., coal mines; Brazil Brick & Pipe Co., Chicago 
Sewer Pipe Co., Standard I'ottery Co., Indiana Paving 
Brick Co., Weaver Clay Co., Sheridan Brick Works, 
Isaac Mclntosli it Co., Coal Mines, McRoy Clay Works, 
Excelsior Clay Works, Goucher, McAdoo & Co., sewer 
pipe; and other industries. Yal. .$1,318,593. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Rigby House. 



I Democrat— Evening ; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 

1.) 22; .Sub. .84. Louis Holtman. Circ. .i®-420 

Democrat— Wednesdav; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 

15 22; Sub. .$1. Louis Holtman. Circ. .$-1092 

Enterprise— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 

17 -23 1-2; Sub. .81. Luther Wolfe. Circ..(g)-900 

Miner— Morning; Dem; Est. '99; 4p 15X22; 

Sub. .84. C. L. Mace. Circ 

Miner— Thursday; Dem; Est. '67; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .81. C. L. Mace. Circ ®-1375 

Orthonomic Era— Thursdav; Pop; Est. '73; 
Sp 15 -22; Sub. .81. Samuel B. Riley. 
Circ (J)-1350 

Times— Evening; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 20x24; 

Sul). .84. Henkel Pub. Co. Circ S -1450 

Times— Tuesdav and Friday; Ind; Est. '96; 
4p 20x24: Sub. .81. Henkel I^ib. Co. 
Circ 3-2000 

BREMEN, 1671; Marshall, 25119; 85m E of Chicago 
on P.altimore A Ohio Ry. Manufactures stoves and 
radiators and has saw, flour mills and creamery. Lo- 
cated in rich agricultural belt. Yal. .$425,0O0. Ex- 
press : Telegraph. Union State Bank. Garver Hotel. 
Enquirer— Friday; Ind; Est. '85; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.50. Brook H. Bownnan. Circ §-1250 

Inland Farmer— Monthly ; Agricultural; Est. 
'99 : 16p 9X 12 ; Sub. 50c. B. H. Bowman. 
Circ 

BRISTOL, 546; Elkhart. 45052 ; 9m NE of Elkhart on 
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. Raises fruit and 
agricultural jiroduce. Ex]iress; Telegrajih. Thomas 
Hilbish, Banker. Bristol Hotel. 

Banner— Fridav; Rep; Est. '77; 8p 13X20; 

Sul). .81.25. H. H. Mosier. Circ ®-750 

BROOK, 677 ; Newton, 10448 ; 11m NE of Kentland on 
Chicago & Eastern Illinois Ry. Cans fruit and has tile 
and brick works. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Brook. 

Reporter— Friday ; Rep; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .81. O. B. Stonehill. Circ 4-780 

BROOKSBURG, 149; .Jefferson. 22913; 7m E of Mad- 
ison, nearest railroad point. Is tobacco, grain, hay, 
barley and potato raising town. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank, Madison. 

Sun— Thursdav; Local; Est. '86; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. 50c. W. T. Wright. Circ ®-525 

BROOKSTON, 1150: White, 19138: 12m N of I^afav- 
ette on Louisville, New Albany i.K.' Chicago Ry. Raises 
and ships grain, liv'e stock and fruit. Has a canning 
factory and brick plant. Express; Telegraph. Bank 
of Brookston. Union House. 

Gazette— Thursdav; Ind; Est. '98:8p; Sub. 

81. E.W.Tucker. Circ S-HOO 

Reporter— Thursdav; Ind; Est. '73; 4p 

16 22; Sub. .81. Chester C. French. Circ.S-600 

BROOKVILLE*, 2037; Franklin, 16388; 40m NW 
of Cincinnati on White Water river and Cleveland 
Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Here are furni- 
ture and carriage factories, candy and canning works 
paper and flouring mills and machine works. Yal. 
.$976,875. Express; Telegraph. Brookville Bank. 
Yalley House. 

American— Thursdav ; Rep; Est. '33; 8p 

15 . 22; Sub. $1. L.L.Burke. Circ 3)-800 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '39; 8p 

15 -22; Sub. $1.50. M.H.Irwin. Circ..:J)-1900 

BROWNSBXJRG, 676; Hendricks, 21292; 14m NW 

ol Indiaiutjiolis on ClevelantI, Cincinnati, Chicago* St. 
Louis Ky. In a farm region. Has flour and saw mills, 
tile and canning factories. E.xpress; Telegraph. In- 
diana Nat. Bank, Indianapolis. 

Record— Friday; Ind: Est. '82; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). 81. Record Pub. Co. Circ ®-735 

BROWNSTOWN, 1685; Jackson, 26633; 98m SW of 
(^'incinnati, ( >l)io on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Ry. 
Manufacturing is the chief industry. Local trade cen- 
tre for i)rosperous agricultural section. Yal. $350,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Peoi)le's State Bank. Falk & 
Phifer House. 

Banner — Wednesdav; Dem: Est. '69; 8p 
15x22; Sub. $1.25. A. J. Brodhecker. 
Circ .• (D-1500 



INDIANA. 



14;j 



BUNKER HILL. 568: Miami, 28344; 67m N of liidi- 
luiaiKilis on 1-ake Krie & "Western and I'ittisburg, Cin- 
cinnati, Cliitafci' i^' St. Louis Rys. Has luniln'r, farm- 
ing-, stock raising and. sliiiii)inf!: interests. Express; 
Telegraph. Farmers' and Mercliants' Hank. 

Press— Tlunsdav: Ind; Est. '75; 8p 13x20; 

.Sub. si. si. L. Good. Circ (3)-650 

BURLINGTON. 1690: Carroll, 109.')3: L'i'ni S of Lo- 
g;ul^<pllrt; nearest railroad point, Kokonio. Stock 
raising and farming centre. Flour, planing and saw- 
mills are manufacturing industries. Express and Tel- 
egnipli. Kokomo. Bank, Kokomo. 

Mirror— Fri.lav; Est. '95; 4p 18X20; Sub. 

.si. 25. H.lL. Norris. Circ 

BUTLER, 812; Dekalb, 25711; 32m NNE of Fort 
\\avne on Wabasli and Lake Shore & Michigan South- 
ern'and Vandalia Rys. Has The Butler Co., -windmills, 
bicycles and buggies; Levi McBride, liandles; Daniel j 
Ciratz. Hour; The Butler Basket Co. and manufactories j 
of himber, machinery, spring beds, carriages, canned I 
goods and cigars, employing 700 iieo])le. Val. .S508,- 
795. Ex|)ress; Telegraph. Kniseley, Boots & Co., 
Bankers. Aldrieh Hotel. 
Epworth League Quarterly— Rel. and Lit.; 
()uarterlv; Est. "HM: :!2p5 1-2X8; Sub. 
1..C. L.H. Higley. Circ -Cg:-2000 

Herald— Friday; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 13X22: 

Sub. $1.50. O.H.Downey. Circ (3)-2488 

Record— Friday; Rep; Est. '77; 8p 15X20; 

Sub. .S1.50. L. H. Higley. Circ (3;-850 

CAMBRIDGE CITY, 1754; Wayne. 38970; 15m W of 
Richmond on ( leveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. 
Louis, Fort Wayne. Cincinnati & Louisville and Pitts- 
burg, Cincinnati. Chicago & .St. Louis and Hiter-Urban 
Rys. Milling and manufacturing are the chief indus- 
tries. Has cheese, agricultural implement, casket, 
folding chair, metal shear, packing and three canning 
factories. In wheat belt. Val. §1,009,317. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Central Hotel. 

Citizen— Friday ; Rep; Est. '78: 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .»;l. J. L. McDaniels Circ (3)-825 

Tribune— Thursday; Rep; Est. '65;4p 18x24; 

Sul). -SI. Franli C. Mosbaugh & Co. Circ..(g)-1719 

CAMDEN, 608: Carroll, 19953; 14m SW of Logans- 
]iort on Vandalia Line Ry. In an agricultural and 
stock raising district. Here are lumber and flour 
mills. Large brick kiln. Express ; Telegraph. Cam- 
den Hank. 

Expositor— Thursday; Local; Est. '80; 8p 

i:; ■24; Sub. SI. Urngard & Horn. Circ. 3,-460 

CAMPELLSBURG, 672 ; Washington, 19409; 10m NW 
ol Salem on Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Ry. 
Flour and agricultural implements are produced arid 
lias canning factory and mining interests. Exyjress; 
Telegraph. Max Abrahams' Bank. 
Graphic— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .si. R.P.Mather. Circ ®-800 

CANNELTON*, 2188; Perry, 18778; Im NE of 
Hawesville, Ky. on Cannelton br. Southern Ry. on 
Ohio river. Has Indiana Cotton Mill, Amer Cannel 
Coal Co., Rock Island .Sandstone (Quarry, chair, hul), 
and cigar factories, two foundries, two potteries and 
one sewer pipe factory, employing 1000 people. Has 
immense deposits of clays of all kinds. Is trade centre 
for farming and manufacturing section with lOOOO 
]iop. and annual trade of .S100,000. Val. ,S500,< )()(). 
Exi)ress; Telegraph. Cannelton State Bank. Sunlight 
House. 

Enquirer— Saturday ; Rep: Est. '52 ; 4p 20x26 ; 

Sub. si. C.T.Miller. Circ (3>1000 

Telephone— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '90; 4p 

20X26 ; Sub. $1. L. J. Early. Circ 3>2500 

CARB9N, 951; Clay, .34285; 6m N of Brazil on Cin- 
cinnati, Cleveland, Chicago & St. Louis and Chicago 
& St. Louis Rys. Has coal mines and one of the finest 
brick plants in the state of Indiana. Trade centre for 
agricultural and mining district. Yal. §190,000. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank, Brazil. 

Chronicle — .Saturday ; Dem; Est. '93; 4p 
18X24; Sub. $1. Edward C. Schuetz. 
Circ (g)-605 

CARLISLE, 699; Sullivan, 26005; 10m S of .Sullivan 
on Evausville & Terre Haute Ry. Express; Telegraph. 
People's Bank. 



News— Friday; Local; Est. '95; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .§1. Arthur D. Cutler. Giro r^-500 

CARTHAGE, 1028; Rush, 20148; 34m E of Indianapo- 
lis on l?lue IJiver and Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago 
& St. Louis Ry. AVith good water facilities, the town 
has butter and cheese works, pump, strawboard, stove 
and canning factories.. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Carthage. 

Record— Friday ; Rep; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. J. D. Dennis. Circ ®-800 

CAYUGA, 832; Vermilion, 15252; 7m. NW of New- 
jiort on Chicago & Eastern Illinois and Toledo, St. 
Louis & Western Rys. In coal mining and agricultural 
section. Has canning factory, brick yards, -flouring 
mills and coal mines. Express; Telegraph. Malone & 
.Sons, Bankers. 

Herald— Saturday ; Local; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .f 1.25. Herald Ptg. Co. Circ J-SOO 

CENTERVILLE, 785; Wayne, 38970; 6m W of Rich- 
mond on Indianapolis div. P. Ry. and Richmond Trac- 
tion Line. Farming, creamery,' grain elevator and saw- 
mill, Express ; Telegraph. Citizens' Nat. Bank, Center- 
ville. King's Hotel. 

News Record— Thursday , Ind; Est. '95; 4p 

15X2(1; Sub. SI. Frank Clouds. Circ @-568 

CHARLESTOWN, 915; Clark, 31835; 12m NE of 
Louisville, Ky. on Louisville div. B. & O.S. Ry. A mar- 
ket and commercial centre for an agricultural district, 
also large cement manufacturing district. Val. (twp.) 
.«976,948. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Charles- 
town. City Hotel. 

Citizen— Friday: Dem; Est. '95; 8p 33X44; 

Sub. si. Carl Brayfleld. Circ 3-1250 

Clark County Republican— Thursday; Rep; 
Est. '94; 8p 15X22; Sub. i$l. W. E. 
Robinson. Circ g -lOOO 

Hoosier Democrat and Clark County Record 
Friday; Dem; Est. '(;«; 4p 2r,x40; Sulj. 
.si. .John S. Boyer. Circ 3-1485 

CHRISNEY, 700; Spencer, 22407; 40m E of Evansville 
on Rockjjort div. Southern Ry. Manufacturing is the 
principal industry. Canning, broom and wagon 
factory; also planing mill and flouring mill. Local 
trade centre for agricultural section and summer 
resort. Val. .'*200,0<)(». Express ; Telegraph. People's 
Bank. 
Sun— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '85; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. . SI. t. E. Chrisney. Circ s-lOOO 

CHURUBUSCO, 1100; Whitley, 17328; 15in NAV of 
Fort Wayne on Vandalia Ry. Agriculture and stock 
raising are the chief industries. Trade centre for 
immediate vicinity. Exi)ress; Telegraph. Exchange 
Bank. .Stites House. 

Truth— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '83; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. .SI. Virgil A. Geiger. Circ 1-2105 

CICERO, 1800; Hamilton, 31000; 28m N of Indianapo- 
lis on Indianapolis & Michigan City div. L. E. & W. 
Ry. Agriculture. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' and 
Merchants' Bank. Commercial Hotel. 

New Era— Thursday ; Local; Est. '89; 8v 

13x2(1; .Sub. .SI." O. H. .Smith. Circ @-650 

CLARK'S HILL, 539; Tippecanoe, 38659; 16m SE of 
Lafayette on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. 
Louis and Toledo, St. lyouis and AVestern Rys. In 
farming territory. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' 
Bank. 

News— Friday; Ind; Est. '93; 4p 15x22; Sub. 

.si. Harry S. Shaffer. Circ :|)-1000 

CLAY CITY, 1503; Clay, 34285; 25m SE of Terre 
Haute on Evansville & Indianapolis Ry. A market for 
grain raising regions. Noted for the production and 
canning of tomatoes. Has coal mining and timber 
interests. One of the greatest poultry raising districts 
of Indiana. Express ; Telegraph. Farmers' and Mer- 
chants' Bank. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '96; 8p 

15 <22; Sub. .§1. B. F. Goshorn. Circ ®-535 

Reporter— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '81; 8p 17x24; 

Sub. $1. W. J. Ward. Circ J-oOO 

CLAYPOOL, 399; Kosciusko, 29109; 9m S of Warsaw 
on Michigan div. C, C, C. & St. L. and New York, Chi- 
cago & St. Louis Rys. Is prmcipally a manufacturing 
town. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Claypool. 



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PETTINGILLS NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



Reporter— T'riday ; > 
13X20; Sub. $1 



Friday ; Non-political ; Est. '97; 8p 



A. A. Mendel. Circ. 



CLINTON, -918; Vermilion, 15252; 1.5m X of Terre 
llautf on Wabash river and C. & E. 1. Ry. In a coal 
belt. Val. S9G8,4(!2. Express ; Telegraph. Citizens' 
Hank. Wliite House. 
Areus— Friday ; .Single Tax; Est. '82; 4p 

IS .^24; Sub. SI. L. O. Bishop. Circ (S;-500 

Clin tonian — Friday: Rep; Est. ".tO; 8p 
15-22; Sub. .S1.25. F. C. Trillingham. 
Circ @-l 368 

CLOVERDALE, 445; Putnam, 21478; 35m AVSW of 
ludianaiKilis on "Monon Route" Chicago, Indianapo- 
lis cV Louisville Ry. Is principally a milling town and 
trade centre for nearby counties. Val.(twp.).'S586,520. 
First Nat. Bank, Greencastle. 
Graphic— Friday : Ind; Est. '96; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. si. J. C. & C. E. Akers. Circ ®-G4U 

COAL CITY, 312; Owen, 15040; 30m SE of Terre 
Haute on Evansville & Indiana]iolis br. E. & T. H. Ry. 
Local trade centre for agricultural district. Yal. S70,- 
000. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' and Merchants' 
Bank, Clay City. 
Record— Friday; Ind; Est. '97; 8p lGx22; 

Sub. si. M.C.Fiscus. Circ ®-350 

COLFAX, 300; Clinton, 28202; 21m E of Lafayette 
on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis and 
Vandalia Line Rys. Has a general shipi)ing business. 
Exi)ress; Telegraph. Colfax Bank. Richie Hotel. 

Standard— Saturday; Local; Est. '92; 8p 

15 -22; Sub. .•*1. W. B. McDonald. Circ..(3)-400 

COLUMBIA CITY*, 2975; Whitley, 17328; 20m AV of 
Fort Wayne on Fittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago and 
Vandalia Rys. Has Columbia City Heel Co., 
Arthur Corse, brooms; Harper Buggy Co., S. J. Pea- 
body, mfr. lumber; Walter & Rauffer Brewing Co., 
McNown Furniture Co. and manufactories of flour and 
lumber, employing 700 people, with monthly pay roll 
of $20,000. Is farming trade centre for 20000 people, 
with annual trade of .?900,000. Val. §2,000,000. 
Express; Telegraph. Columbia City Bank. Chambers 
House. 
Commercial— Evening; Rep; Est. '89; 4p 

17x24; Sub. $5.20. J.W.Baker. Circ... 3-400 

Commercial— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. T.O; 8p 

20x2G; Sub. 81.50. J. AV. Baker. Circ..(B)-1150 

Mail— Friday; Rep; Est. '91; lOp 15x22; Sub. 

.sl.50. Wallace AV. AVilliamson. Circ....@-1714 

Post— Evening; Dem; Est. '95; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. 85.20. John AV. Adams. Circ S-525 

Post— Semi-AVeeklv ; Dem ; Est. '54 ; 4p 20x26 ; 

Sub. .§1.50. John W. Adams. Circ ®-1200 

Rathbone Sister Tidings— Monthly ; O. of R. 
S; Est. 90: :^2p 0X9: Sub. 50c. A. J. 
Hoover. Circ 

COLUMBUS*, 8130; Bartholomew, 24594; 41m S of 
Indianapolis on Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. 
Louis and Big Four Rys. Has AA". A. Mooney, tannery ; 
Reeves & Co., agricultural works: Columbus Handle 
& Tool Co., Orinoco Furniture Co., Reeves I*ulley Co., 
Orinoco Tannery, National Machine AA'orks, Roth's' Alfg. 
Co. and minor industries, employing llOOO peoi)le, with 
monthly pay roll of .'j!40,000. Is farming and manufac- 
turing "trade centre for county, with annual trade of 
.'Sl,00i»,0(io. A'al. .S2, 011,050. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Hotel Belvedere. 

Democrat — Thursday ; Dem; Est. '95; 8p 

15 22; Sub. 81. Democrat Pub. Co. Circ.(D-150u 

Herald— Evening: Dem; Est. '82; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .s5. Dijiboye & Locke. Circ @-950 

Herald— Friday; Dem; Est. '81; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. Sl.50. Dipboye & Locke. Circ @-1500 

Republican— Evening; Rep; Kat. '77; 4p 

17 - 2-i; Sub. 85. Isaac T. Brown. Circ... f -750 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 

17 • 24; .Sub. 81. Isaac T. Brown. Circ..J)-1250 

Star— Thursday; Dem; Est. '90; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. 75c. Alonzo Allison. Circ (3)-900 

Sun— Friday; Dem; Est. 1901; 8p 14X22; 

Sub. 81. J. N. Marsh & .Son. Circ @-300 

Times— Morning; Ind; Est. '92; 4p 14x22; 

Sub. 85. J. N. Marsh. Circ @-950 



CONNERSVILLE*. 6313 ; Fayette, 18495 : 57m E of 
lndianai>olis on Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton and 
AVhlte AVater div. C, C, C. & St. L.. terminus Fort 
AVayne div. L. E. & W. Rys. Has McFarlan- 
and' Connersville Carriage companies, Rex Buggy 
Co., P. H. & F. AI. Roots Co., rotary blowers; 
Connersville Blower, AA^agon, Axle and Furniture Mfg. 
companies. Ansted & Higgins Spring Co., Indiana and 
Munk & Roberts Furniture companies. AVhite AVater 
Carpet Mills, Central Mfg. Co. andTripple Sign Co. and 
large milling interests. Is farming trade centre for 
Fayette and adjacent counties. Is in natural gas belt. 
aVi. 84,000,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Hotel McFarlan. 

Courier— Thursday ; Rep: Est. '99; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. 81.25. Moore & Thiebared. Circ...X-1339 
Examiner— Evening; Dem; Est. '87; 4p 

15 -;22; Sub. 84.50. John M. Higgs. Circ. 3-80a 

Examiner— AVednesdav : Dem ; Est. '67 ; 4p 

2:! -3(1; Sub. 82. John M. Higgs. Circ. 3-1800 

News— Evening; Rep; Est. '87 ; 4p 17 1-2x24; 

Sub. 84.60. Downs & Tatman. Circ 3-1425 

Times (weekly edition of News) — Wednesday; 
Rep; Est. '26; 8p 15x22; Sub. -81. 
Downs & Tatman. Circ (3;-1770 

CONVERSE, 1415; Miami, 283-14; 10m W of Marion 
on I'ennsylvania, C. R. & INI. and C. I. & E. Rys. Has 
saw, ]ilaning and grist mills, two lumber yards, two win- 
dow houses and foundry, fruit jar and bottle factory 
and steel mill. Local trade centre for agricultural and 
manufacturing section. Express; Telegraph. Ex- 
change Bank. Cottage House. 

Journal— Friday ; Ind; p:st. '83; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. 81.50.  Aliller & Myers. Circ ;3)-1000 

CORYDON", 1610; Harrison, 21702; 21m W of Louis- 
ville, Ky. on Louisville, New Albany & Corydon Ry. 
In a tiinl)er, marble and grain raising region. Has 
sulphur spring and produces furniture aiid wagons 
and building and lithographic stone. Has Keller 
Mfg. Co. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Corydon. Kint- 
ner Hotel. 

Democrat— AVednesdav ; Dem; Est. '54; 8p 

1.-. -22; .Sub. 81. Thomas & Ellis. Circ. 3 -2500 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '68; 8p 

13x20; Sub. 81- Geo. W. Self. Circ @-loOO 

COVINGTON*, 2213; Fountain, 21456; 71m W of 
ludiauapdlis on AVabash river and Peoria & Eastern 
div. ('..('., C. & St. L. and AVabash Rys. A shipping 
point and trade centre for coal producing, farming and 
cattle raising region. Foundry, carriage factories, 
planing_and wood working mills. A'al. 8818,410. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. Colonial Hotel. 

Friend— Friday ; Dem: Est. '40; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 81.50.' J. B. Schwein. Circ (^-1525 

Republican- Friday : Rep ; Est. '73 ; 8pl5x22 ; 

Sub. SI. T.A.Clifton. Circ fi-1600 

CRAAVFORDSVILLE*, 6649; Montgomery, 29388; 
44m W of Indianapolis on Peoria div. C, C, C. & St. 
L., Logansport div. A', and Monon Route Rys. Has 
Crawfordsville AVire and Nail Co., Crawfordsville Casket 
Co., watch factory and minor industries. Is trade cen- 
tre for agricultural region with 35000 pop. and annual 
trade of 83,500,000. Has home offices of Ohio Live 
Stock Insurance Co. and Ben Hur Life Insurance Co. 
Seat of Wabash College. A'al. 84,085.670. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel Ramsey. 
Chariot— Monthlv : Tribe of Ben Hur ; Est. '95 ; 
8p 9X12: Sub. 25c. Tribe of Ben Hur. 

Circ i -64796 

Journal— Evening; Rep; Est. '87; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. 85. Journal Co. Circ X-1603 

Journal-Friday; Rep; Kat. '48; 12p 15x22; 

Sub. 81. Journal Co. Circ ®-3401 

News Review— Evening; Dem; Est. '82; 8p 

15 - 22: Sub. 85. S. AI. Coffman. Circ. . J;-1250 

News Review— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '41; 12p 

15x22; Sub. §1. S. M. Coffman. Circ... 3 -3500 

Star— Sunday; (two editions, Sunday and 
Monday); Ind-Rep; Est. '72; 8p 30X44; 

.Sub. .8i. S. D. Symmes. Comb. Circ (I)-2750 

Piih/ishrr's .Stfitnmnt. — The Sunday Star is the 
only Sunday paper in the county, and a good adver- 
tising medium. The Monday edition goes out over 
the country over rural routes, reaching all jiarts of 
the county 'the same day of issue. .Advertisers' rates 
are 10 cents an inch, each issue, for both editions. 



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Wabash— t ^rontlily: Colletjiate; Est. '74; 60p 

7X1<); Sul). SI. AValiash College. Ciro (^-000 

CROMWELL, 400; Xoble, 23.-)33; 10m W of Albion 
nil liaitiiiiore & Ohio Ry. Express; Telegraph. Citi- 
zens" I'.aiik. Ligonier. 
News-Friday; Ind; Est. ".>G; 8p loX22; 

Sul). si. " Frank Carter. Circ 3)-750 

CROWN POINT, 2336; Lake 37892; 38m SE of Chi- 
cago on Indianapolis div. P., C, C. & St. L. and Erie 
Rys.; on Lake Michigan. Trade centre for dairy and 
agricultural sections. Val. §850,000. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank. Commercial Hotel. 

Freie Presse f<^erman) —Thursday; Ind; Est. 
"7.">: sp 17x23; Sub. )<'2. Henry Barch. 
• ire S-y75 

Register—Thursdav ; Rep ; Est. '57 ; 8p 13X 20 ; 

Sub. .SI. A. A.Bibler. Circ ®-1100 

Star— Friday; Rep; Est.'73;4p 22x28; Sub. 

SI. John J. Wheeler. Circ ®-1700 

CULVER, -",05; Marshall, 2511i>; 10m SW of Ply- 
mouth on Lake Maxinkuckee and Michigan div. V. L. 
Ry. Express; Telegraph. Bank. 
Herald— Friday ; Neutral ; Est. '04 ; 8p 13x 20 ; 

Sul). .SI. Geo. E. Nearpass. Circ 3-800 

CYNTHIANA, 502; Posey, 22333; 20m NW of 
EvansN ille on Mt. Vernon br. E. & T. H. Ry. Has flour 
mills and grain elevators. Trade centre for prosperous 
agricultural section. Val. .sl4:5,000. Express; Tele- 
graph. Cynthiana Banking Co. 

Arsrus— Saturday ; Ind-Dem; Est. '89; 8p 

°i:iX20; Sub."$l. Jos. L. Blase. Circ 4,-613 

DALE, 624; Spencer, 22407 ; 20m N of Rockport on 
Evansville div. L.. E. & St. L. Ry. An agricultural 
town. Express; Telegraph. IJale Bank, Dale. 

Reporter— Friday; Rep; Est. '85; 4p 18x24; 

Sul). si. H. B. & O. I. Bronner. Circ ff-900 

DALEVILLE, 1000; Delavi'are, 49624; 11m SW of 
Muncie ou White river and Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chi- 
cago & St. Louis, Chicago Southeastern and Union 
Traction Rys. Here are Ideal Stove Works, tile and 
brick works, bottle works and lumber mill. Express ; 
Telegraiih. 
Echophone— Friday ; Est, '97; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. si. Frank B. Mcintosh. Circ ;3:-400 

DANA, s^03; Vermilion, 15252; 75m W of Indianapo- 
lis on Indiana, Decatur & Western Ry. Grows grain 
J^xpress ; Telegraph. Bank of Dana. 

News— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '85; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). .SI. 50. G. W. Sturm. Circ ;i)-650 

DANVILLE*, 1802; Hendricks, 21292; 19ra W of 
IndianaiioHs on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. 
Louis Rys. Is trade centre for an agricultural and 
stock raising district. Central Normal College here. 
Val. .SI, 020,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Eaton House. 
Gazette— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). .SI. W.A.King. Circ ®-1164 



Republican— Thursday; Kep; Est. '47; 8p 

l.'i 2L';Sub. .S1.50. J. D. Hogate. Circ. .(3 -1536 

DARLINGTON, 727; Montgomery, 29388; 8m NE of 
Crawfordsville on Michigan div. V. L. Ry. Flouring 
mills. F^xpress; Telegraph. People's Banking Co. 
AVheeler House. 

Echo— Friday; Local; Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. -SI. A.R.Peterson. Circ g)-500 

DECATUR, 4142; Adams, 22232; 20m S of Fort 
Wayne on Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City, Chicago & 
Erie and Grand Rapids and Indiana Rys.; on St. 
Mary's river. Trade centre for agricultural section. 
Val." 8846,085. Express; Telegraph. Decatur Nat. 
Bank. Burt House. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '57; 8p 
15x22; Sub. 61.50. Lew G. Ellingham. 
Circ 4-1721 

Journal— Morning and Evening; Ind; Est. '96; 

8p 15x22; Sub. .S5. Harry Daniel. Circ.(3)-1100 
Journal— Friday ; Rep; Est. '79; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. Harry Daniel. Circ (^-1200 

DELPHI, 2135; Carroll, 19953; 16m NE of Lafay- 
ette on Wabash & Erie canal, AVabash and Louisville, 
New Albany & Chicago Rys. Here are flax, paper and 
straw board mills. Produces fine quality of lime. Has 
various manufacturing interests. Val. -SI, 621, 845. 
Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. City Hotel. 



Citizen-Times— Saturday; Ind-Dem; Est. '48; 

Sp 15 •22; Sub. .§1. A. B. Crampton. 

<'ire a-2359 

Herald— Evening; Ind; Est. '98; 4p 13X20; 

Sul). .S5. Fawcett & Farr. Circ J;-350 

Journal— Thursday ; Rep ; F:st. '50; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. Landis & Ricketts. Circ... .(4-2383 

Times— Wednesday and Saturday; Dem; Est. 
'48; 8p 13x20; Sub. .§1.50. R. M. Isher- 
wood. Circ 4 -2793 

DENVER, 600; Miami, 28344; 18m NE of Logans- 
port on Vandalia, Indianapolis & Michigan City 
div. L. E. & W. Ry. Manufactures chair seats, rockers 
and moldings. Peabody Lumber Co. is located here. 
Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Nat. Bank, Denver. 

Tribune— Thursday ; Local; Ind; Est. '97; 8p 

13x20; Sub. $1. Norris & Son. Circ f;-418 

DERBY, 175; Perry, 18778; 17m NE of Cannelton 
on Ohio river. Has steamboat connection with Evans- 
ville, Ind. and Louisville, Ky. Engaged in coal mining 
and agriculture. Express; Telegi-aph, Stephensport, 
Ky. Bank, Cannellton. 

Game Bird — Monthly ; Poultrv : Est. '92 : 
80-lOOp 7X10; Sub. 25c. Alex. W. Cum- 
mings. Circ ;3;-7750 

DILLSBORO, 465; Dearborn, 22194; 14m SW of Law- 
renceburg on Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern Ry. 
Has wagon, cigar ami furniture factories. Express; 
Telegraph. Bank of Dillsboro. 

Advocate— Thursday ; Local; Est. '92; 4i3 

17x24; Sub. .81.25. J.N.Calvert. Circ... 4-650 

DUBLIN, 800; Wayne, 38970; 2m W of Cambridge 
( "ity on Indianai)oIis div. P., C, C.& St. L. Ry. In farm- 
ing and stock raising territory. Manufactures agricul- 
tural implements and furniture. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank, Cambridge City. Central House. 

Register— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '75; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .SI . Albert M. Burr. Circ '3-640 

DUNKIRK, 3187; Jay, 26818; 10m SE of Hartford 
City on Chicago div. P., C, C. & St. L. Ry. Farming 
and lumbering are the chief industries. Glass, tum- 
bler and pitcher factories. Natural gas. Val. .S795,- 
510. Express ; Telegraph. First State Bank. Hotel 
Taft. 

Star— Evening; Ind; Est. '95; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S5. Elias Bolter. Circ 4-420 

Star— Friday; Ind; Est. '87; 8p 18x24; Sub. 

SI. 25. Elias Bolter. Circ ;J;-1250 

EARL PARK, 563; Benton, 13123; 7m NW of Fow- 
ler on Cleveland. Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Rv. 
Agriculture. Express; Telegraph. Bank of Earl Park. 
Gazette— Thursday; Ind-Rep; Est. '96; 8p 

1.) ;■: 22 ; Sub. SI. E. H. Graham. Circ 3 -500 

EAST CHICAGO, 3411; Lake, 37892; 23m SE of Chi- 
cago on \\abash and I'ennsylvania Rvs. A manufac- 
turing town. Val. §307,110. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of East Chicago. 

Globe— Saturday; Ind-Rep; Est. '91; 4p 

18X24; Sub. SI. 50 A.P.Brown. Circ....®-450 

EATON, 1567; Delaware, 49624; 11m N of Muncie on 
Fort Wayne div. L. E. & W. Ry. Has glass, bicycle 
rim, excelsior and washboard factories, saw, paper and 
flour mills. Local trade centre. Val. s335,0OO Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Farmers' State Bank. Foorman 
House. 

Gas Light— Friday ; Ind; Est. '88; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. 60c. M. A. Fisher. Circ ®i-420 

EDINBURG, 1820; Johnson, 20223; 10m SE of 
Frankhn on Jefferson, Madison & Indianapolis br. P.. 
C, C. & St. L. Ry. Manufactures furniture, flour, lum- 
ber and carriages. Val. S890,000. Express ; Telegraph 
A. C. Thompson & Co., Bankers. Arlington Hotel. 
Call— Evening ; Ind; Est. '90; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

s5. H.C.Allison. Circ 4-550 

Courier (weekly edition of Call)— Thursday; 
Ind; Est. '74; 4p 17x24; Sub. §1. H. C. 
Allison. Circ i4:-1750 

ELKHART, 1408; Elkhart, 45052; 101m E of Chi- 
cago on Big Four, main and air lines Lake Shore and 
Big Four Rys. St. Joseph and Elkhart rivers furnish 
fine water power. Here are the Lake Shore Ry. shops 
Elkhart and Noyes Carriage companies, Indiana Buggy 
Co., Conn Band Instrument factory, Buescher Mfg. 



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Co., brass novelties; Stimpson Comp. Scale Co., JNa- 
tional Mfg. Co., Garden City .Stationerj' Co., tablets; 
and minor industrie.s, employing 3.^00 people. Is trade 
centre of large agricultural section. Trolley to Ooslien 
and South Bend. Seat of Elkhart Institute. Yal. §5,- 
602,600. Express: Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Hotel 
Bucklen. 
Herald of Truth— Weekly ; Mennonite: Est. 
f,4: ic.p 11X14: Sub. .*1. Mennonite Tub. 
Co. Circ 3 -7100 

Mennonitische Eundschau (German) — Wed- 
nesday; lnd;Est. '78; 16p 10 3-4x14 1-2 : 
Sub. .il. Mennonite Pub. Co. Cire 3,-7000 

Medical News-Monthly: Est. '96; 8p 8X12; 

Sui). .">nc. Dr. H. A. Mumaw. Circ (S-3000 

Review— Evening; Rep; Est. '72; 4p 20x26; 

Suli. -So. Review Printing Co. Circ (5-1900 

Review— Wednesday and Saturday ; Rep ; Est. 
■.".'J: 4p 18X24; Sub. .§1. Review Print- 
ing Co. Circ @-600 

Truth— Evening; Dem; Est. '89: 8p 15x22; 

Sub. So. Truth Pub. House. ' Circ ©-2000 

Truth— Thursday ; Dem; p:st. '89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .:<1. Truth Pub. House. Circ (g;-1150 

Young People's Paper— Monthly ; Juvenile; 
Est. '94: 2()p 11X15; Sub. 75c. Young 
People's Paper Asso. Circ i|:-4060 

ELLETTSVILLE, 708; Monroe, 20873; 38m SW of 
Indianapolis on Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Ry. 
Engaged in farming. Situated in the oolitic limestone 
belt with several large stone quarries. The principal 
ones are owned by ilatthews Bros., G. K. Perry Stone 
Co. and EUettsville Stone Co. Has also wagon works 
and saw mills. Express; Telegraph. Hotel May. 

Farm- Saturday : Rep; Est. '83; 4p 15X22; 
Sub. 50c. W. B. HaiTis & Son. (Prints 
editions under the following headings: 
Pioneer, State Line; Itemizer, Independ- 
ence ; Review, Stinesville ; Mail, Millgrove : 
Record, Gilman : Pilot, Stamping Ground, 
Ky. ; News, Pine Grove, Ky.; Banner, 
Graefenberg, Ky. : Agitator, Shawhan, Ky. 
and Enterprise,'Keene, Ky.) Comb. Circ 

ELNORAi 908; Daviess, 29914; 20m NE of Washing- 
ton on Southern Indiana and Evansville & Incli- 
anapolis Rys. A farming and mining town. Express; 
Telegraph. Washington Nat. Bank, Washington. 

News— Friday; Local: Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. Myers & Breden. Circ ®-780 

ELWOOD, 12950; Madison, 70470; 45m NE of Indi- 
anai)Olis du Cincinnati & Chicago line P. H. and Lake 
Erie & Western Rys. Has American Tin Plate Co., 
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., Geo. A. Macbeth Glass 
Co., W. R. McCloy Glass Co., Window Glass Co., Cen- 
tral Bottle & .Su])ply Co., Wright Shovel Works, 
American Radiator Co., S. B. Hetrick, brick and tile; 
A. L. Starkey A' Bros., brick; and JClwood Box, Brick 
Mfg. and Telephone & Switch companies and Iron 
works, employing 4200 people. Is farming and manu- 
facturing trade centre for surrounding region. Trolley 
to Anderson, Alexandria and Indianapolis. Val. (twp.) 
8400.000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Boston Hotel. 
Call Leader— Evening; Rep; Est. '91; 8-16p 
17 -24; Sub. 85. Forushell, Carpenter & 
Truesdale. Circ (§j-1960 

Call Leader— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '91; 8p 
15:- 22: Sul>. .■<1. Forushell, Carpenter & 
Truesdale. Circ ^-2240 

Record— Evening: Dem; Est. '91; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. .*5. Moffett & Austin. Circ 3-1531 

Free Press (weekly edition of Record) — Thurs- 
day; Dem; Est. '85; 8p 15x22; Sub. SI. 
Moftett & Austin. Circ J -1800 

ENGLISH, 900; rrawford, 15237 ; 46m W of Louis- 
viiir, Ky. iin Southern By. ^lanufacturing is the chief 
industry. Trade centre "for agricultural and manufac- 
turing "territory. Val. S200,000. Express; Telegrai)h. 
Crawford County State Bank. 

Democrat— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '79; 4p 

20X26; Sub. SI." Hal. A. Ellsworth. CircfC-llSO 

News— Friday: Rep; Est. '89; 8p 20x26; 

Sub. .^l. .lames E. Stewart. Circ ,3-1100 

EVANSVILLE*, 59007; Vanderburg, 71767; 287m S 
of Chicago, centre of Evansville & Terre Haute, Evans- 
ville & Indianapolis, Louisville & Nashville, Peoria, 



Decatur & Evansville, Evansville div. L., E. & St. L., 
Illinois Central, Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis, 
Evansville Suburban tV" Newlnirg and Evansville Belt 
Rys. Has finest wharf and city front on the Ohio or 
Mississippi rivers; is most important shipjiing point be- 
tween Louisville, Ky. and mouth of the Ohio. Is port 
of entry and U. S. steam vessel inspection district; has 
10 ])acket lines on river. Here are : Six coal mining com- 
panies, and The Argyle Lead & Fluor Spar Mining Co., 
Siinnyside Coal & Coke Co.. Heilman Machine Works, 
Geo. L. Mesker & Co., architectural iron works; Scant- 
lin Foundry Co., stoves and mantels: Heilman Plow 
Co., H. F. Blount, plows; Babcock Carriage Co.. J. G. 
Lamont & Son, carriages; Davidson, Blount & Co., 
wagons; First Avenue Brick & Tile Co., Crown Pot- 
tery Co., L. Puster & Co., furniture; Crescent Furniture 
Co., Buelhner Chair Co., Melrose Milling Co., Phoenix 
Flour Mills, W. M. Akin & Son, packed pork and fertil- 
izers ; Newman Bros., packed pork : F. W. Cook Brewing 
Co., Bernardin Bottle Caj) and Metallic Cork companies, 
Evansville Abattoir, Cotton Mfg., Coffin, Elevator, Fur- 
niture, Ice & Storage, Pressed Brick, Union Coal Mining 
and Union Stock Yard comjianies. Brewing and Foundry 
Associations, stove works, mattress and lounge factory, 
Evansville & Terre Haute Chemical Works and Indi- 
ana Canning, Egg Case and Range companies and 
Brush and Stone Works, employing 3600 people, with 
monthly pay roll of S15(;, 000. Is trade and wholesale 
jobbing centre for southwestern Indiana. Has Evans- 
ville Insane, St. Mary's (R. Catholic; and U. S. Marine 
hospitals and County Infirmary. Yal. S27, 294,425. 
Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Randall Hotel. 

Coming Events— Saturday: Labor; Est. '94; 

sp 15X22; Sub. SI. P. D. Drain. Circ... . J-930 
Courier — Morning; Dem; Est. '45; 8-16p 

18x24: Sub. S4.50. Evansville Courier Co. 

Circ... a-11213 

Courier — Sundav ; Dem ; Est. '45 ; 24-36p 

1SX24: Sub. "S2. EvausvOle Courier Co. , 

Circ a-12000 -f^ 

Courier— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. '45: / 

8p 18x24; Sub. SI. E"vansville Courier 
Co. Circ 1 -9500 

Demokrat CGerman) — Morning ex Mon ; Ind- 
D.'iii: Est. '64: 8p 18X22; Sub. S4. 
l'iic(lrich Lauenstein. Circ 3;-4350 

Demokrat (German)— Sunday; Ind-Dem; Est. 
"64; 16p 18X22; Sub". S2. Friedi-ich 
Lauenstein. Circ (g)-4900 

Demokrat (German)— Tuesday and Friday; 
Ind-Dem: Est. '64; 8p 18x24; Sub. S2. 
Friedrich Lauenstein. Circ 3-8300 

Economist— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '96; «p 
1SX24; Sub. S1.50. G. W. DannetteB. 
Circ (3;-1425 

Hoosier Odd Fellow-Monthly : Est. '97 ; 8p 

1 1X16: Sub. .>Oc. Hoosier Pub. Co. Circ 

Hoosier "Watchman— Monthly ; A. O. U. W; 
i:st. '94: 8p 11X16; Sub. 50c. Walter A. 
Legeman. Circ iD-8200 

Journal News— Evening: Rep: Est.'31;8-12p 
l.s ■, 23 1-2; Sub. .§4. Evansville Journal 
News Co. Circ X-11910 

Journal-News— Sundav; Rep: Est. '71; i6-24p 

17x23 ; Sub. S2. Journal News Co. Circ. 1-11508 

Post (German) — Sunday; Ind-Rep; Est. '79; 
Sp 15x22; Sub. $2. J. Ernst Wilkom. 
Cire f-1650 

Sternenbanner (German)— Friday ; Catholic: 
Est. ".S2: ,sp 18x24; Sub. S2. Peter Wall- 
rath. Cire 1-1620 

The Pythian-Knight (Eng. and Ger.)— Month- 
ly : K. of P: Est. '94; 8p 15X22: Sub. 50c. 
Henry Rosenthal. Circ '. (J-5700 

FAIRMOUNT, 3500 ; Grant, 54693 ; 12m S of Marion 
on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis and 
C. I. & E. Rys. and Union Traction Line. Produces 
glass, brick,' lumber, excelsior and natural gas, having 
the largest well in the state. Yal. 8305,930. Express; 
Telegraph. Citizens' Exchange Bank. New Central 
House. 
Journal — Morning ex Sunday: Est. 1900; 4p 

13X20. E.A.Morgan. Circ 3-1470 

Piihlisher'n Stafemrnf .— The Daily Journal is the 
only daily newspaper published within a i)opulation 
of 40,000 people. The farming community is rich in 
oil, Fairmount being the center of the Indiana oil field. 
Six rural routes are carrying the Journal daily to its 



INDIANA. 



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farhier readers ami five carriers serve tlie 6,000 peo- 
ple in Kairinouut. Circulation 1,470 and growing 
every month. 

News— Thursday; Rep; Est. '77; 4p 17x24; 

.><ub. .■i«l. Jaclv Stivers. Giro (J)-800 

rARMERSBUKG, 1000; Sullivan, 3500; 12m N of 

Sullivan nn K\ansviUe & Terre Haute Ry. Surrounded 
by fertile farm lands. Rich in coal fields. Creamery 
and flour mill. Express; Telegraph. The Farmers- 
burg Hank. 

Bee— Friday; Ind; Est. '97; 4p 18X24; Sub. 

.■?!. AVint. Foote. Giro (|)-750 

TARMLAND, 870; Randolph, 28G53; 14m E of Mun- 
lic on (Icveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. 
Has natural gas, grain and cattle raising interests. 
Express; Telegraph. Farmers' and Citizens' Bank. 
Retter House. 

Enterprise— Friday; Rep; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. W. C. West. Giro 4-1110 

TLORA, 120'J; Carroll 19953; 19m SW of Logansport 
on Terre Haute & Logansport Ry. Has hooj), basket, 
stave factories, flour and saw mills and grain elevators. 
Trade centre for agricultural section. Express ; Tele- 
graph. Bank of Flora. 

Democrat — Saturday ; Ind; Est. '97; 8p 
15X2L': Sub. .§1. Mayhill Bros. & Keyes. 
<'ii (• ;f -2614 

Enterprise — Friday ; Ind ; Est. '85 ; 8p 

13x20; Sub. .fl. Chas. E. Nobes. Giro. . . .(3;-720 

Sentinel— Friday; Ind; Est. '94; 4p 15X22; 

Sub. . SI. H. W. Hanna. Girc 3-1150 

TORT BRANCH, 849; fiibson, 30099; 8m S of 
Princeton on Kvansville & Terre Haute Ry. Chief in- 
dustry is farming. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' & 
Merchants' Bank. 

Herald— Saturday; Ind; Est. '88; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. .SI. Chas. A. Speer. Girc ..^-700 

TORTVILLE, lOOO; Hancock, 19189; 21m NEof Indi- 
anapolis on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 
Ry. Muncie, Anderson & Indianapolis Electric Ry. 
Here are planing, saw, grist and flour mills, selicia 
works and chemical factory. Grows farm ])roduce. 
Express; Telegraph. Fortville Bank. Jackson House. 
Tribune— Thursday; Ind; Est. '95; 8p 15x22; 



Sub. -SI. <i. E. Simmons. Girc. 



i)-530 

EORT WAYNE*, 45902; Allen, 77270; 148m E of 
Chicago, III. on Fittsburg, Fort Wayne & Chicago div. 
P., Wabash, Nickel Plate, Lake Erie & Western Findlay, 
Fort AVayne & AVestern and Fort Wayne br. L. S. & 
M. S.. (irand Rapids and Indiana Rys. More car wheels 
are made in Fort AVayne than in any other city in the 
United States and more w-ashing machines than in any 
other city in the world. The Wayne Knitting Mills are 
the only ones in America to manufacture full fashioned 
against foreign competition. Other leading manufac- 
tures are : Bass Foundry & Machine Works, Kerr, Mur- 
ray Machine Works, Star Iron Tower Co., Anthony 
AVayne Mfg. Co., washing machines; City Carriage 
AA'orks, Olds AVagon AVorks, Standard (wagon) AVheel 
Co., Hoffman Lumber Co., Hoffman Bros., hardwood 
lumber; AA'm. E. Mossman, lumber ; J. R. Hoffman & 
Co., band saw mills; C. L. Centlivre and Berghoff 
Brewing companies. Fort AVayne Artificial Ice, Chimney 
Cap, Furniture, School Supply, Sheepskin & AVool 
and Spoke companies, foundry and machine works and 
electric corporation and Indiana Furniture, Oil & 
Land and Road Machine companies. Is trade and 
wholesale joljbing centre for northeastern Indiana 
and northwestern Ohio. Receives 50000 hogs, 10000 
cattle and 5000 sheep annually. Seat of Concordia 
(Lutheran) College, Hope and St. .Joseph (R. Catholic) 
Hospitals. A'al. .$22,839,560. Express; Telegraph. 
<Jld Xat. Bank. Hotel AA'ayne. 

Business Guide— Alonthly ; Commercial; Est. 
".S7 : Spl7X-j;3 : Sub. 50c. John B. Morning, 
< ii'^ ® -5000 

Dispatch — Saturday; Ind; Est. '78; 16p 
11X16; Sub. . SI. AV. H. Kindig. (Prints 
an edition on Sat. for city.) Gomb. Girc...r2)-1220 

Freie Presse (German)— Evening; Ind; Est. 
'««; 4-.Sp 20X24; Sub. f 3. Freie Presse 
Co. Circ 3 -2000. 

Freie Presse (German)— Thursday; Ind; Est. 

"88; 8p 20x24; Sub. $1.50. Freie l^esse ' 

Co. Circ 1,-2000 ; 



Journal-Gazette— Morning; Dem; Est. '63; 

8-lC,p 17 1-2x22 1-4; Sub. S4.80. Journal 

Co. Circ @-5600 

Journal-Gazette— Sunday ; Dem; Est. '63; 16p 

17 1-^x22 1-2; Sub. .S2. Journal Co. 

Circ 1-5700 

Journal-Gazette— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '68; 
ir.p 17 1-2x22 1-2; Sut). .SI. Journal Co. 
Circ 2-4000 

Medical Journal Magazine— Monthly ; Est. 
"92; 72p GXIO; Sub. §1. Medical Maga- 
zine Co. Circ 3-1697 

News— Evening; Rep; Est.'74; 8-12p 18x22; 

Sub. S3. Fort AVayne News Co. Girc 1-4625 

News — Thursday ; Rep; Est. '81; 8-16p 
18x22; Sub. S!l. Fort AVayne News Go. 
Circ 1-1550 

Sentinel— Evening; Dem; Est. '60; 8-16p 
18x22; Sub. .S5.20. E. A. K. Hackett. 
Circ a -6940 

Sentinel— Wednesday: Dem; Est. '33; 16p 

18x22; Sub. SI. E. A. K. Hackett. Girc.1-3978 

Staats-Zeitung (German)— Evening; Dem; 
Est. '77; 4p 18x24; Sub. .S3. Indiana 
Staats-Zeitung Co. Girc 4-1900 

Staats-Zeitung (German)— Tuesday; Dem; 
Est. '56; 12p 15x22; Sub. §1.50. Indiana 
Staats-Zeitung Go. Circ ®-i912 

FOWLER*, 1429; Benton, 13123; 28m N of Lafay- 
ette on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago S: St. Louis Ry. 
In a rich farming district. A'al. (tw]j.) SI, 565,890. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of Fowler. Summit Hotel. 
Leader— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '93; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. SI. .John P. Carr. Girc ■Jj-lSSO 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '72; 8p 

15  L'L'; Sub. .S1.50. R.L.Cox. Girc '4)-815 

Review— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '73 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. SI. Geo. L. Roby. Girc (3-1520 

FRANCESVILLE, 596; Pulaski, 14033; 20m SAV of 
AVinamac on Louisville, New Albany & Chicago Ry. 
Produces daiiy and farm products. A creamery here. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of Francesville. Commer- 
cial House. 
Tribune— Friday ; Local; Est. '97; 4p 18X24; 

Sul). si- E. D. Knotts. Girc 

FRANKFORT, 7100; Clinton, 28202; 47m NAV of 
Indianapolis on Clover Leaf, Vandalia, Monon and Lake 
Erie & AVestern Rys. Has Clover Leaf Ry. shops, John 
M. Cleveland, handles; Eldridge & Smith, machinists; 
AVallace Mfg. Co., clay and stone machinery ; Frank- 
fort Handle Mfg. Co., handles; Cleveland & Palmer, 
handles; J. I. Hoke Mfg. Co., farm machinery; Frank- 
fort Brass AVorks and lumber interests. Is farming 
ana lumbering trade centre for Clinton and adjoining 
counties. Has general offices Clover Leaf Ry. Val. 
$18,265,000. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Coutler House. 
Banner— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '64; 12p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. Ed. H. Burns. Circ S-2600 

Crescent— Evening; Dem; Est. '88; 4p 22x26; 

Sub. So. Bayard Gray. Girc (3)-1650 

Crescent— Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '39; 4-8p 

22X26; Sub. SI." Bayard Gray. Circ (3}-3500 

News— Evening ; Rep; Est. '87; 4p 24x26; 

Sub. S5. Ed. H. Burns. Circ 3;-1480 

Standard— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '96 ; 8p 18x24 ; 

Sub. SI. Frankfort Pub. Co. Girc X-3578 

Times — Morning ex Mou; Ind; Est. '94; 4p 

22x26; Sub. So. G. Y. Fowler. Girc... @-1600 

Times— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '77; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. G. Y. Fowler. Circ (35-3400 

FRANKLIN*, 4005; Johnson, 20223; 20m S of In- 
dianapolis on Louisville div. P.. C, C. & St. L. and 
Fairfield, Franklin & 3Iarliiisville br. C, C, C. & St. 
L. Rys. Terminal of Indianapolis, Greenwood and 
Franklin Electric Ry. Has Franklin Canning Co., 
National Starch Mfg. Co. and other interests. Is farm- 
ing trade centre for Johnson and three adjoining 
counties. Seat of Franklin (Baptist) College. A'^al. 
$2,243,550. Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Nat. Bank. 
Commercial Hotel. 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem; Est. '59; 8p 15x22; 

.Sub. SI. 50. A. N. Crecraft. Girc (1)-1850 

Republican— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '45 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. SI. A'ori.s A- Fisher. Girc J;-1500 



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Star— Eveniug; Local; Est. '85; 4p 16X22; 

Sub. S3. W. \V. Aikens. Circ ®-<.)00 

People's Paper (weekly edition of Star)— Fri- 
day; Ind; Est. ".)1; 8p 15X22; Sub. fl. 
W. W. Aikens. Circ ®-1000 

FEANKTON, 1404: Madison, 70470; 10m NW of 
Aiiiltr.'-iiii <in Hichmond div. P., C, C. & St. L. Ry. 
rroduces window glass and wire fences and has rolling 
mills. Express; Telegraph. C. Quick & Co., Bankers. 

Leader— Friday ; Local; Est. '89; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. E.A.Kemp. Circ @-550 

FREDERICKSBURG, 281; Washington, 19409; 15m 
S\V ol Salem: nearest railroad point, Ramsey. Trade 
centre for agricultural section. Val. ,S80,000. Ex- 
jiress, Ramsey; Telegraph, DePauw. Bank of Salem, 
Salem. 

Gazette— Friday ; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 11x18; 

Suli. SI. H.C.Ramsey. Circ (3)-650 

FREMONT, 709; Steuben, 15219; 50m NE of Fort 
Wayne on Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. 
Makes shipments of logs, lumber, horses and agricul- 
tural i>roduce for the section. Val. (tw]).) .S283,235. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank of Fremont. Hilton 
House. 
Eagle— Thursday ; Local ; Est. '92; 8p 13x20; 

.Sub. SI. Warren D. Wells. Circ (3)-30O 

GALVESTON, 500; Cass, 34645; 16m SE of Logans- 
port on Indianapolis div. P., C, C. & St. L. Ry. Is a 
farming town. Has cheese and ice cream factory. 
Express; Telegraph. Galveston Bank. 

Leader— Thursday ; Neutral; Est. '97; 4p 

17x24; Sub. "$1. Sam. E. Thurston. Circ. -3-700 

GARRETT, 3910; Dekalb, 25711; 20m N of Fort 
Wayne on Chicago div. B. & (). Ry. Farming is the 
chief industry. The Baltimore & Ohio Ry . has its repair 
and car shops here, employing 1200 men. Val. .SI, 000,- 
000. Express ; Telegraj)!!. Garrett Banking Co. Ross 
House. 

Clipper— Thursday ;Dem; Est. '85;4p 22x28; 

Sub. .S1.50. Little i& Little. Circ ®-1050 

Herald— Friday ; Ind; Est. '76; 12p 15x22; 

.Sub. .SI. 50. S.M. Miner. Circ 4-1320 

GAS CITY, 3622; Grant, .54693; 60m NE of Indian- 
apolis on Chicago div. P., C, C. & .St. L. Ry. Is glass, 
strawboard, l)rick, tinplate, edge tool and rubber 
goods producing town. Express; Telegraph. First 
Nat. Bank. 
Journal— Friday : Rep; Est. '92; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. GaultPub.Co. Circ (3)-1200 

GASTON, ''00; Delaware, 49624; 11m NW of Muncie, 
nearest railroad point. Farming and stock raising 
and manufacturing town. Express and Telegraph, 
Muncie. Bank, Muncie. 

Gazette— Thursday; Ind; Est. '97; 8-16p 

13X20; Sub. .^1. C.W.Mcintosh. Circ...av500 

GENEVA, 1076 ; Adams, 22232 ; 10m N of Portland on 
(irand Kapids & Indiana Ry. Has large lumber trade, 
gas and oil interests and grain elevator. Express; Tel- 
egraj)!). ]5ank of Geneva. Shamrock Hotel. 

Herald— Friday ; Local; Est. '84; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. C. O. Rayn. Circ {D-564 

GOODLAND, 1205 ; T^ewton, 10448 ; 40m NW of La- 
fayette on the Pan Handle, Brazil and LaCrosse div. of 
the C. E. \- I. Rys. Is an agricultural town and trade 
centre for adjoining counties. Express; Telegraph. 
Goodland Baiik. Commercial Hotel. 

Herald— Friday ; Ind-Rep ; Est. '77 ; 8p 17 X 24 ; 

Sub. . SI. A. J. Kitt. Circ ®-1100 

GOSHEN*, 7810; Elkhart, 4505; on Michigan div. C, 
('., ('. ^: St. L. and Lake Shore, terminus Goshen & 
Michigan br. L. S. c^' M. S. Rys. .eastern terminus Indiana 
Ry. Co. Has Western Ruliber Works, (ioshen Buggy 
Top Co., (ioshen Rubber Co., Baraba Furniture Co', 
Thomas Albright & Co., machinery ; Kelly Foundry & 
Machine (lo., E. AV. Walker & Stutz Co., carriages and 
wheelbarrows; Goshen Churn & Ladder Co., Sanders & 
Egbert Co., hardwood lumber; (ioshen Sash & Door Co., 
sash, doors and blinds: (ioshen ^Ifg. Co.. pumps and 
interior l)uilding material: Hawks Furniture Co., Gos- 
hen Milling Co. and (ioshen Shirt Mfg. Co. Val. $3,- 
272,975. Express; Telegraph. City Nat. Bank. Hotel 
Hascall. 
Democrat— Evening; Dem; p:st. '97; 8p 

20X26; Sub. .S5. Joseph A. Beane. Clrc.(D-1125 



Democrat — Wednesday and Saturday; Dem: 
Est. 07; 4p 26x40; Sub. -SI. 50. Joseph 
A. Beane. Circ 1^-2000 

News Times — Evening ; Rep; Est. '83; 8p 
16x22; Sub. .'S4.80. News Printing Co. 
Circ 3-1500 

News Times— Tuesday and Friday ; Rep ; Est. 
"74; Sp 16x22; Sub. .si. 50. News Print- 
ing Co. Circ 3-3000 

GOSPORT, 726; Owen, 15149; 44m SW of Indianapo- 
lis on Indianapolis & Vincennes div. P., C, C. & St. L. 
and Louisville, Indianapolis & Chicago Rys. In a farm- 
ing, cattle and sheep raising and timber territory. Has 
several mills. Express ; Telegraph. Henry & Pri'tchard, 
Bankers. Rogers' House. 
Reporter— Friday ; Ind; Est. '74; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. SI. Wm.H. Parish. Circ 3-70(> 

GRANDVIEW, 822; .Spencer, 22407; 36m E of 
Evansville on (Jhio river with steamboat connections. 
Ships tobacco, farm produce and lumber for indus- 
trial populace. Here are lumber, grist and flour mills. 
Express; Telegraph, Rockport. Rockport Bank, Rock- 
port. 
Monitor— Thursdav ; Ind-Rep ; Est. '67 : 4p 

2(»x26; Sub. ,fl. W. E. Knight. Circ 4-650 

GREENCASTLE*, 3661; Putnam, 21478; 38m W of 
Iiuliauai>oiis on Monon, Vandalia and Indianapolis & 
St. Louis div. ('., C, C. & St. L. Rys. Has Cole Bros., 
pumps and lightning rods ; Goulding & Ireland, plan- 
ing mills; Juniata Steel and Iron Co., Greencastle Mfg. 
Co., and miscellaneous turned work ; and minor interests. 
Is farming, lumbering and manufacturing trade centre 
for country within 20 miles radius. Is seat of De Pauw 
LTniversity, De Pauw School of Music, Florence Hall 
Theological School and McKim Observatory. Val. 
(tvrp.) .§1,339,585. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. 
Bank. Belnap House. 
Banner— Evening; Rep; Est. '93; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. ?5. Harry M. Smith. Circ IJ -75(> 

Banner— Friday; Rep; Est. '49; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. Harry M. Smith. Circ 3-156(> 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '91 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. Si. DeniocratCo. Circ ®-1800 

De Pauw Palladium— t Tuesday; Collegiate; 
Est. '93; 8p 10X13; Sub. $1.50. .Students 
Pub. Co. Circ 

Star-Press— Saturday ; Dem; Est. '58; 8p 

15 X 22 ; Sub. $1.' Frank A. Arnold. Circ. 3-1960 

GREENFIELD*, 4489; Hancock, 19189; 20m E of 
Indianapolis on Indianapolis div. P., C, C. & .St. L. 
Ry. and I. A: E. Ry. Co. Is in natural gas region. Has 
American AVindow Glass Co., Fruit Jar Factory, Bottle 
Factory, Lumber and Ice Co., Brick Co., Chair Co., 
gas engines, blowing machines, (ireentield Bottle 
House, fruit jars; Greentield Lumber & Ice Co. and 
National Adjustable Chair Co., employing 6(J() people. 
Val. .S2,O0O,600. Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. 
Columbia Hotel. 
Democrat— Thursday : Dem; Est. '59; 8], 

15 < 22. Sub. .•?!.■ John F.Mitchell. Circs -295(> 

Herald— Thursday ; Dem ; Est. '76 ; 8p 15x22 ; 

Sub. .SI. Geo. E. Farrar. Circ (J-2500 

Home and School Visitor— Monthly ; Educa- 
tional; Est. "81; 32p 7X10; Sub. 75c. 
I). H. Goble. Ciic 1-18000 

Primitive Monitor and Church Advocate 
—Monthly: Baptist; Est. 'S6; 48p 6X9; 
Sub. ,91. R. W. Thompson. Circ 3 -2275 

Republican- Evening; Rep; Est. '94; 4p 

17 ■:24; Sub. $3. W. S. Montgomery. Circ 

Republican— Thursday; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 
15-22; Sub. SI.' W. S. Montgomery. 
Circ 3:-2536 

Tribune— Evening; Dem; Est. '93; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. .S3. Geo. E. B'arrar. Circ (D-800 

GREENSBITRG*, 5034; Decatur, 19518; 47m SE of 
Indianapolis on Michigan and Chicago divs., terminus 
Columbus, Hoj)e & Greensburg div. ('., C. C. i.^- St. L. 
Ry. Has Lincoln Carriage Co-, Dole's Spoke and Kim 
Factory, (ieorge Littell, brick; and 15 stone quarries- 
Is farming trade centre for countv within 2(i mile 
radius, with 19000 pop- Val. .S2, 000,000. Express; 
Telegraph. Citizens' Nat. Bank. Dearmond Hotel. 
 Graphic— l>aily ex Sunday: Ind; Est. 1902; 

4p; Sub. $4. W. H. (^lidewell. Circ 3-520 

New Era— Wednesday: Dem; Est. '68; 8p 

15x22; Sub. ijil. W. H. Glidewell. Circ. 3 -2i>0(! 



INDIANA. 



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News-Kvening; Ind; Est. '94: -tp 16x22; 

Sub. .■<4. J.E.Caskey. Circ (3;-800 

News— Weekly ; Ind : Rep ; Est. '94 ; 8p 15X22 ; 

Sub. 750. "J. E. Caskey. Circ (3;-1135 

Review— Evening; Rep; Est. '98; 4p 17X24; 

Sub. .■:?"). A. M. "SVilloughby & Co. Circ. .;3. -750 

Review— Tluirsdav ; Rep; Est. '79; 8p 17x24: 

Sub. SI. A. M. Willoughby & Co. Circ.J-1850 

Standard-Friday: Rep; Est. '35; 8p 15x22; 

Suli. si. Luther D. Braden. Circ ®-1800 

GREENTOWN, 1287: Howard, 28575; 8mEofKoko- 
mo on I'olcdo, St. Louis & Kansas City Ry. In natural 
gas region. Express; Telegraph. HoVafd Nat. Bank, 
Kokonio. 

Gem— Thursday : Ind; Est. '94; 8p 16x22; 

Sub. SI. .folin W. Melton. Circ 3:-1040 

GREENWOOD, 1503. Johnson. 20223; lira S of Indi- 
anajKilis on I'ittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & .St. 
Louis Ry. In cattle raising and agricultural section. 
Has several small manufactures. Express; Telegraph. 
Oreenwood Banking Co. 

Era— Eridav; Ind: Est. '92; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

Si. Oil'lespie & Goldsberry. Circ ®-860 

HAGERSTOWN, 8(,2; Wayne, 38970; 7m N of Cam- 
bridge City on Richmond div. P., C, C. & St. L. and 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Rys. 
Ships grain for an agricultural district and has flour, 
planing and saw mills. Xuraerous oil and gas wells in 
vicinity. Express; Telegraph. Commercial Bank. 
Hindman Hotel. 

Exponent— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '74; 4p 

IS 24:Sub. .SI. H.J.Day. Circ ®-870 

Wayne Farmer— Friday : Agricultural; Est. 
•83: 4p 18X24; .Sub. 25c. Fanner Pub. Co. 
Circ ®-850 

HAMMOND, 12376; Lake, 37892; 18m SE of Chica- 
go on Michigan Central, Monon, Erie, Nickel Plate, 
AVabasli. Pennsylvania, Lake Shore, Baltimore & Ohio 
Rys. and Chicago and Western Indiana, Calumet Ter- 
m"inal and Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Belt Rys. Has G. H. 
Hammond Packing Co., Hammond Nail Mills, Colum- 
bus Spring Co., Simplex Railway Supply Co., Ham- 
mond Tannery, Western Starch Works and Kingsby 
Iron Foundry. Is farming trade centre for county; 
trolley to East Chicago, Whiting, Rol)y, Pullman, 
Kensington and Chicago. Yal. .si, 135, 520. Express; 
Telegrajdi. Commercial Bank. Morton House. 

Conkey's Home Journal— Monthly ; Literary 
and Musical: Est. '97; 36p 9X11 3-4: 
Sub. 50c. W. B. Conkey Co. Circ (2;-162,500 

Deutsche Volks-Zeitung (German)— Friday ; 
Ind: Est. '88; 8p 15x22; Sub. $2. Laufer 
.V West. Circ iD-576 

News— Evening; Dem;Est. '91; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .S5. S. E. Swarm & Co. Circ '3;-635 

News— Thursday; Dem: Est. '90; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. S. E. Swaim & Co. Circ 3>1150 

Republican— Evening; Rep; Est. '78; 8p 
17x24; Sub. .S3. Hammond Pub. Co. 
Circ .J)-1600 

Tribune— Evening; Rep; Est. '89: 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .S.). McElwain & Harnley. Circ (3)-1250 

Tribune— Thursday : Rep; Est. '80; 8p 18x24; 

Sub. Si. McElwain & Harnley. Circ ®-610 

HARTFORD CITY*, 9420; Blackford, 17213; 75m NE 
of Indianapolis on Chicago div. P., C, C. & St. L. and 
Fort Wayne & Connersville div. L. E. tS; W. Rys. Has 
American AVindow Glass factories, Hartford City and 
Utility Paper companies, employing 1035 people, with 
monthly pay roll of .S«0,000. Has Diamond Flint 
bottle glass factories and paper mill; also rolling mill. 
Is farming trade centre for several counties. Val. 81,- 
860,000. Express ; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. Ingram 
Hotel. 

News — Evening; Ind-Dem; Est. '94; 4p 

211 1-2x24; Sub. .S5. E. E. Cox. Circ...'3)-1480 

Telegram — Wednesday ; Dem; Est. '77; 8p 

15 22; Sub. .si. E. E. Cox. Circ '3)-1812 

Times— Evening: Rep; Est. '96; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. .S5.20. A.W.Tracy. Circ @-650 

Times— Thursday : Rep ; Est. '84; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. SI. A. W. Tiacy. Circ (D-1400 



HAZLETON, 758; Gibson, 30099: 10m N of Prince- 
ton on E\ ansville & Terre Haute Ry. Inarming, stock 
raising and lumbering form the chief industries. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Peoples' Nat. Bank, Princeton. 
Snyder House. 
Herald — Friday; Ind; Est. '96; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. . SI. J.A.Thomas. Circ §-1075 

HEBRON, 794; Porter, 19175; 15m SW of Valparai- 
so oil Indianapolis div. P., C, C. & St. L. Ry. A farm- 
ing town. Has lumber yard and tile factory. Express ; 
Telegrai)Ii. Citizens' Bank. Commercial House. 
News— Friday : Rep ; Est. '92 ; 4p 18x24: Sub. 

■SI. J. E. Cummins. Circ 3-650 

HENRYVILLE, 400; Clark, 31835; 18m N of Jeffer- 
sonville on Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 
Ry. Canning factory. Grows farm produce and fruits. 
Express; Telegraph. Bank, Jeffersonville. 

Right Ideas— Mail Order; Est. '99; 16-24p 

6X9; Sub. 25c. Lewis Patterson. Circ...(3)-1250 

HILLSBORO, 500: Fountain, 21446; 13m E of Cov- 
ington on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 
Rv. Farming town. Express; Telegraph. Hillsboro 
Bank. 

Times — Saturday; Non-uol; Est. '95; 4p 

15X24; Sub. '.SI. Earle Shular. Circ §-500 

HOBART, 1300; Lake, 37892; 34m SE of Chicago on 
Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago div. P. Co., Elgin, 
Joliet & Eastern and Nickel Plate Rj"S. In an agricul- 
tural community. Manufactures terra cotta, brick 
and pottery. Val. .S210,555. Express; Telegraph. 
Hobart Bank. Hobart House. 

Gazette— Thursday ; Local ; Est. '89 ; Spl5 X 22 ; 

Sub. SI. Smith & White. Circ § -800 

HOPE, 1088; Bartholomew, 24594; 12m NE of Co- 
lumbus, O, on Hope & Greeusburg div. C, C, C. & St. L. 
Ry. Produces wagons, tile and flour and has planing 
and saw mills and carriage factory. Val.(twi).) .S237,- 
410. Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. Occidental 
Hotel. 
Journal— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '83; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. SI. E.C.Allison. Circ ®-1500 

HUDSON, 558: Steuben, 15219; 10m SW of Angola 
on Wabash Ry. In an agricultural community. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Bank, Angola. 

Banner— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '97; 4p 18X24; 

Sub. SI. J. W. Seward. Circ (g)-650 

World- Thursday; Rep; Est. '92; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. §1.50. E.W.Miner. Circ f-300 

HITNTINGBURG, 2527: Dubois, 20375; 75m NW of 
Louisville, Ky. on main line and Evansville br. of the 
Louisville, St. Louis div. Southern Ry. Has Hunting- 
burg Brewing. Dry Pressed Brick and Planing Mill 
companies, Bockting Bros., brick; Remer foundry and 
machinery; Meissuer Bros., woolens; manufactories of 
flour and lumber, employing 500 people. Val. 8780,- 
887. Express ; Telegraph. Huntingburg Bank. Phoe- 
nix Hotel. 
Argus— Friday ; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. J. W. Lewis. Circ ®-950 

Independent— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '85; 8p 

16X22; Sub. SI. C. W. Dufendach. Circf-lSOO 
News— Tuesday and Friday; Dem; Est. '89; 

4-8p 15x2^; Sub. 81. News Pub. Co. Circ.i-650 
Signal (German) — Thursday; Ind-Dem; Est. 
'69; 8p 15X22; Sub. 81.50. Ernst W. 
Pickhardt. Circ ®-1650 

HUNTINGTON*, 9401 ; Huntington, 28901 ; 25m SW 
of Ft. Wayne on Waljash and Erie Rvs. Power House 
Ft. W. & S. Traction Co. Big and Little Wabash rivers 
furnish fine water power. Here are the Chicago & Erie 
Ry. shops. Western Lime Co., Huntington White Lime 
Co., Wesley W. Hawley, lime; The Beck & Purviance 
Co., lime and cement; C. E. Briaiit, stave factory; 
C. V. Griffith & Sons, plow handles and coiled hoops ; 
The Fotherall, Barker tV Brown Co., shoes ; Comstock 
Novelty Co.,lncyles: and minor industries, employing 
800 people. Scliaffe Bros. Co. I'iano factory. Is trade 
centre for farming and manufacturing pop. Home of 
Central College. Val. 82,000,000. Express; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. New Howard Hotel. 

Christian Conservator— Wednesday : Fnited 
Brethren; Est. '85; 16p9X13; Sub. §1.50. 
\V. H. Clav. Circ (3)-4212 



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PETTINGILL^S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



Farmers' Guide — Saturday ; Agricultural ; 
Est. '89; l«p 11X15; Sub. 50c. Guide 
Pub. Co. Circ J -26116 

Herald — Evening: Rep: Est. '82: 4-8p 
22X26: Sub. .*4. Herald and News-Ex- 
press Co. Cire (3,-1700 

Herald— Friday: Rep; Est. '48; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. .91.50. Herald and News-Express Co. 
(Prints a 4p edition on Tues., free to sub- 
eribers.) Comb. Circ i|-1800 

News-Democrat— Evening: Dem; Est. '88; 4p 
22 1-2x26; Sub. .S5.20. News Pub. Co. 
Circ t-llOO 

News-Democrat— Tuesday and Friday ; Dem ; 
Kst. '.^.S: 4-8p 15x22; Sub. S1.2u. News 
Pull. (■(.. J-1800 

INDEPENDENCE, 250: Warren, 11371; 21m SW of 
Lafayette on Chicago & Eastern Illinois Ry.; on Wa- 
bash river. A farm town. Large grain elevtaor. 
Express: Telegraph: Bank. Attica. 
Itemizer— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '98; 4p 15X22; 

Sul). 75c. Arthur E. Yount. Circ '3'-625 

INDIANAPOLIS*, (state capital) 169,164; Marion, 
197.227; centre of seven divs. Big Four, four divs. 
Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago t^t .St. Louis, Cincin- 
nati, Hamilton & Dayton, Monon, Indiana, Decatur & 
Western and Lake Erie & Western Rys.. 17 lines, con- 
nected by Belt Ry. Plight lines of iiiteriirlian electric 
railways covering central Indiana. The leading man- 
ufacturing establisments of Indianai)olis are : Atlas 
E^ngine Works, Brown-Ketcham Iron Works, Chandler 
& Taylor Co.. tile machinery and saw mill engines; 
DeanBros. Steam Pump AVorks. Hetherington & Berner 
Co., founders; Keyless' Lock Co., Nordyke & Mormon 
Co., mill furnishingworks ; J. B. Allfree Mfg. Co.. mill- 
ing machinery ; Encaustic Tile AVorks. Collin, Fletcher 
& Co., pork packers ; Cerealine Mfg. Co., Car & Foundry, 
Indianapolis Aliattoir, Brewing, Chair, Chain and Stamp- 
ing conii)anies. There are eight grain elevators with a 
capacitv of l,000,(i()() bushels. fndiana])olis manufac- 
tures in'a vear 450,000 bbls. flour, 4,()0(J,000 bush, corn- 
meal, 25,000,000 lbs. starch, 125,000 carriages, and five 
breweries turn out 205, 000 bbls of Ijeer. The total 
annual value of its maiuifactured products is over 
.f 23, 000. 000. Last year the live stock receipts were: 
1.301.381 hogs, 191,007 cattle. 115,922 sheep and 
31974 horses ; shipments : 373,489 hogs, 80283 cattle, 
92629 sheep and 2(;177 horses. Indianapolis is the 
trade and wholesale centre for Indiana and portions of 
adjoining states, with an annual wholesale trade of 
,t«65,ooo,000 in five lines of business and retail trade 
aggregating millions. The educational facilities of 
Indianaitolis comjirise : The University of Indianapolis, 
two medical, two dental and four commercial colleges. 
The city is the seat of the Indiana Central Insane Hos- 
pital, 1600 patients; State Reform School for Girls, 
Woman's Pi-ison and State Schools for Deaf Mutes and 
the Blind. Religious worship is held in 159 churches. 
Indianapolis has one of the finest park systems in the 
country, her fourteen parks embracing 1505 acres of 
woodland, meadow, lake and stream. Electric cars 
run to all suburbs. Yal.S119.856.680. Express; Tel- 
egrai)b. Merchants' Nat. Bank, (irand Hotel. 
Am. Farmer, Live Stock and Poultry ilais- 

er— Monthlv: Agricultural: Est. '84; 16p 

11X14; Sub. 50c. Am. Farmer Co. Circ. 3 -100,000 
Am. Tribune— Thursdav ; Ind; Est. '80; 8p 

15 1-2X21 1-2; SulJ. .'Jl. R. H. Fitzgerald. 

Circ I -24900 

Awakener— Monthly ; Sunday School ; Est. '93 ; 
16p 6 1-2X10; Sub. 25c. The Publishing 
Co. of the State Sunday School Assn. Circ. 2 -3863 

Bulletin— Saturday; Ind: Est. '81; 4p 15x22; 

.Sub. 50c. T. (t. Harrison. Circ ®-2050 

Chronicle— Monthly; K. &L. ofH; Est. '90; 

16p 9X12; Sub. 50c. L. B. Lockhard. 

("c (D-45000 

Clay- Worker— Monthly ; Industrial; Est. '84; 

lOOp 9 1-2X12; Sub. §2. T. A. Randall & 

Co. Circ (g;-5416 

Drainage Journal— ^lonthly ; Irrigation; Est. 
'79: 40p 6X9; Sub. .*1. C. (i. Eliott. 
Circ (t-lOOO 

Eastern Star— Monthly ; O. E. S.; Est. '88; 
16p9X12; Sub. $1. Mrs. Nettie Ransford. 
Circ J -3040 

Fanciers' Gazette— Monthlv : Poultry; Est. 
'83: 40p 9X12: .Sub. 50c. Fanciers' Gaz- 
ette Co. Circ j;-25000 



Freeman (Colored)— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '84; 
8p 15x22; Sub. $1.50. Geo. L. Knox & 
Son. Circ 4-16800 

Glocke (German) — Thursday; Catholic: Est. 
82: 8p 18X22; Sub. .S2. William Kuhl- 
mann. Circ 4 -3660 

Independent— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '82; 8p 

15 A 22: .Sub. .S2. Sol. Hathaway. Circ...'5-2550 

Indiana Christian — Monthly; Est. '92: 16p 

8X11; Sub. 2.5c. E. B. Scofield. Circ S-5250 

Indiana Fanner — Tuesdav; Agricultural; 
Est. "42; 16-30p 9 1-4X14 1-4; Sub. §1. 
Indiana Farmer Co. Circ ;5:-30000 

Indianaian— ^lonthly ; Est. '97; 36p 7X10; 

Sul). .-^l. Indianaian Co. Circ 4;-4500- 

Indiana Law Journal— Monthly ; Est.'98 ; 42p 

6X9; .suli. s2. i;i'])orter Pub. Co. Circ 

Indiana Pharmacist— Monthly: Est. '82; 36p 

7X11 ; Sub. ^1. Jos. R. Perry. Circ 4-5050 

Indiana School Journal— ^lonthly ex July and 

August; Est. '5<!; 50p 7X10; Sub. SI. 
Indiana Co. Circ 4;-16040 

Indiana Weekly— Saturday; Literary: Est. 
'95 ; l(;p 1 1 X 15 ; Sub. SI. Indiana Weekly 
Co. Circ "1-6500 

Inland Poultry Journal— Monthly ; Est. 96; 
48p 9X12; .Sub. 25c. Inland Poultry Jour- 
nal I'uli. Co. Cire 1 -5125 

Inter-State and Indiana Official Railway 
Guide— Monthly ; Est. '71; 122p4X7; Sub. 
81.50. Journal Job Ptg. Co. Circ ®-50.50 

Jersey Bulletin and Dairy Farming— Wed- 
nesday; .Icrsev Cattle and Dairv: Kst. '83: 
24-34'p 10X12; Sub. .si. U.H.Jenkins' 
Circ a -5400 

Journal — Morning; Rep; Est. '51; 8-16p / 

18x24; Sub. .S5. .Journal Newspaper Co. '■JL 

Circ X-18657 f^ 

Journal — Sunday ; Rep; Est. '81; 24-32p 
18x24; Sub. §2.50. .Journal Newspaper 
Co. Circ 1-12571 

Journal— Wednesday ; Rep; Est. '23; 8p 
18^, 24; Sul). 60c. Journal Newspaper Co. 
Circ 1-4068 

Live Stock Journal — Evening; Live Stock 
Market; Est. '89; 4p 16X22: Sub. §4. 
Live Stock Journal Co. Circ (g;-3760 

Locomotive Firemen's Magazine— Monthly ; 
Railway 'rechnical and Industrial: Est. 
"76; l76p 6 1-2X9 3-8; Sub. ,sl.50. 
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen. 
Circ I -45575 

Masonic Advocate— ^lonthlv; Est. '67; 40p 

6X9; Sub. .:>1. Martin H. Rice. Circ g-4200 

Matson's Monthly— ^lonthly ; Insurance; Est. 
■97; 32p61-2X9 1-2; ,Sub. .SI. J. F. Mat- 
son. Circ @-9000 

Medical and Surgical Monitor — Monthly ; 
Meilical and Surgical; Est. 98 ; GOp 7X10: 
Sub. .SI. s. P. .Schcrer. M. D. Circ 2,-2000 

Medical Free Press-:^Ionthly; Est. "83; 32p 

6X9: Sub. si. R. C. Kelsey. Circ !j-2060 

Medical Journal — Monthly ; Est. '82; 72p 

7X10: Sub. si. George J. Cook. Circ... 4-2550 

Missionary Tidings— Monthly ; Christian ;Est. 

'83; 36p8Xll: Sub. 50c. The Christian 

Woman's Board of Missions. Circ 1;-14916 

Municipal Engineering— Monthly ; Munici- 
pal .\llairs; Kst.'90; 172p 7X10: Sub. .$2. 

Alunicipal Engineering Co. Circ (l'-4275 

Mutual Investor— Monthly ; Insurance; Est. 

'9(1; 18p 9X12; Sub. 50c. Investor Ptg. 

and Pub. Co. Circ (Jj-SSSi 

News — Evening; Ind: Est. '69; 12-2Sp / 

19 23 1-2; Sub. .S5. Smith & Williams. V. 

Circ D-66952 /^ 

Octographic Review — Tuesday ; Church of 

(hrisl; Est. ''>C,: 8p 13X21; Sub. $1.50. 

Kittle & Sonimer. Circ 

Odd Fellows' Talisman— ^lonthly; I. o. O. F. 
anil Litciarv; Est. "68: 80p 4 1-2X7 1-2: 
Sub. S1..'>0. F. Foster Reynolds Cire 3 -820() 



INDIANA. 



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Orffanizer— Thursday : Temperance; Est. '82; 

si. IIXIG; Sub. SI. Organizer Pub. Co. 

Circ Ji-lSOO 

Our Standard— Si-Mo; Liquors; Est. '92; 8p 

1,'.Xl:2; Sub. .SI. J. F. Callen. Cire (^-5500 

Patriot Phalanx - Thursday ; Est. '84; 8p 

l.'.XU':.'; Sub. $1. Edw. W.Clark. Clrc... 1-9691 
People— Saturday; Ind; Est. T.t); 8p 17x24; 

Sub. S2. Jas. B. Wilson. Circ @-2000 

Pythian Journal— Monthly ; K. of P; Est. '74; 

li'.i) 11X15: Sub. .iJl. A. M. Preston & Co. 

( iiv (a)-5800 

Recorder (Colored)— Saturday-; Rep; Est. ■'.)7; 

.sp 16X22; Sub. .SI. Geo. P. Stewart. 

Circ (t-2500 

Reporter— Morning ; Financial: Est.' 'J5; 8p 

ir)X22; Sub. ,15. Reporter Pub. Co. Circ.J-5500 

J'li/tlishcr's Sfatement.— The Daily Reporter pub- 
lishes matter for the General Business IMiblic exclu- 
sively, devoting a pag-e to oil news, mining news, the 
localand New York stock market (juotations and gos- 
sip : banking, railroad and financial news ; the records 
of the courts : real estate, market, etc. Official paper 
of the Indiana Banker's Association and Indianapolis 
Stock Exchange. Only paper of its character in the 
central west. 

Rough Notes— Thursday ; Insurance ; Est. '78 ; 

•_'4ii '.tX12: Sub.S2. Rough N'otes Co. Circ.'f-SOOO 

Royal Arch News— Monday; Ind; Est. 1*.»00; 

.Sp l.-,x 22 ; Sub. .•?2. .Jas. B. AVilson. Circ.S-2000 

Sentinel— Morning; Dem; Est. '22; 10-14p 
18 5-7X21 3-7; Sub. $G. Indianapolis 
Sentinel Co. Circ 1 -35646 

Sentinel— Sunday ; Non-Par; Est. '70; 52p 
IS  24;Sub. S2. Indianapolis Sentinel Co. 
Circ 1 -45049 

Sentinel— Wednesday ; Farm and Home; Est. 
■22: ,S-12p 18 5-7X21 3-7; Sub. 5<Jc. In- 
dianapolis Sentinel Co. Circ 1 -104i204 

Spottvogel (German)— Sunday ; Literary ; Est. 
■(•.(;; lU-Klp 17X23; Sub. .$2. Gutenberg^ 
( o. Circ .3,-0125 

Sun— Evening; Ind; Est. '88; 8-12p 22x30; 

Sub. S;3. Sun Pub. Co. Circ 'f-22704 

Piihlislwr's Statement. — The Indianapolis Sun 
guarantees advertisers to have a larger circulation in 
Indianapolis than any other two papers combined 
with a single exception. It is only necessary to com- 
l)are the a<lvertising columns anil notice where the 
local advertisers spend their money to prove the 
above statement. Sworn circulation statement on 
file with the Advertisers' Association, New York City. 

Swine Breeders' Journal— Si-Mo ; Livestock; 

Est. '82: lOp 9X12; Sub. 50c. Morris Ptg. 

Co. Circ .®-13050 

Telegraph (German) — Morning; Ind; Est. 

■(;5;8p 17x23; Sub. $6. Gutenberg Co. 

(ire S-4:740 

Volksblatt und Telegraph (German) (weekly 

edition of Telegraph) — Saturday; Ind- 

Dem; Est. '48; 8p 17x24; Sub. .'3;2. 

Gutenberg Co. Circ @-4300 

Trade Journal— Saturday ; Commercial; Est. 

'VtO; 4p 21X28; Sub. $1. Wm. H. Robson. 

Circ @-4777 

Trihuene (German) — Evening; Ind; Est. '82; 

4p 20X26; Sub. $5. Tribuene Pub. Co. 

Circ X -3600 

Typographical Journal — Monthly ; Labor; 

Est. '89: loop « 1-2X9 1-2; Sub. $1. J. 

W. Bramwood. Circ (3)-42000 

Union— Saturday : Labor: Est. '89; 8p 17X24; 

Sub. .SI. lidwin F. Gould. Circ ;3:-4000 

United Mine Workers' Journal — Thursday ; 
Lal)or: Est. '91 ; 8p 15X22: Sub.. SI. Ex. 
Board of the U. S. Mine Workers of Amer- 
ica. Circ (D-14577 

Up to Date Farming and Gardening—Semi- 
Monthlv: Agricultural; Est. '98 ; 32-48p 
8 1-2X12 1-2: Sub. 50c. J. A. Everitt. 
Circ Z -100,000 

Western Horseman— Friday ; Live Stock ; Est. 
'78: 24]) 11X15: Sub. 82. Western Horse- 
man Co. Circ ®-150G0 



Wheelmen's Gazette— M(mthly: Cycling; Est. 
'S:i; 4(tp!tX12: Sub. 50c. Wheelmen's 
(1). (ire 3-11000 

Wood Worker-Monthly; Est.'82; 84p 9X12; 

Sub. SI. S.H.Smith. Circ (1^-8600 

World (Colored)— Saturday: Ind; Est. '83; 4p 

18x24; Sub. .S2. A. E. Manning. Circ...®-2050 

INGALLS, 542: Madison, 70470: 22m E of Indianap- 
olis on Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. 
An agricultural town having numerous gas wells. 
Express; Telegraph. Pendleton Banking Co., Pendle- 
ton. 
Hustler— Friday : Rep; Est. '93; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. si. 25. Robert E. Maranville. Circ... J -GOO 

JAMESTOWN, •■'40; Boone. 20321 ; 28m NW of Indi- 
anapolis on Peoria & Eastern div. C, C, C. & St. L. 
Ry. Produces lumber and flour and is horse market 
fo'r surrounding towns. Express; Telegraph. Piersol 
& Robert's Bank. Phoenix House. 

Press — Friday; Local: Est. '73; 4-8p 
13 1-2X19 3-4; Sub. 75c. E. C. Weaver. 
Circ 3;-700 

JASPER, 1803: Dubois, 20253; 70m W of Louisville, 
terminus Evans ville div. Southern Ry. System. Has 
Jasjier Furniture Co., office desks; two flour mills, 
four saw and planing mills, employing 240 hands and 
a grain elevator. Is trade centre of farming section 
with annual trade of 81,200.000. Seat of Benedictine 
Fathers (R. Catholic) College. Val. .S023,010. Express; 
Telegraph. Dubois Co. State Bank. Indiana House. 

Courier— Friday; Dem; Est. '58; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. 81.50. Clement Doaiie. (Issues a 4p 
edition also.) Circ g;-650 

Herald— Friday ; Dem ; Est. '95 ; 8p 17 1-2x24; 

Sub. 81. Wm. C. Binckley. Circ '3-444 

JEFFERSONVILLE*, 10774; Clark, 31835; 50m NE 
of Evansville on Louisville div. B. & O. S. W. and 
P., C, C. & St. L. Rys.; on Ohio river, with passenger 
and freight steamer connections for leading river 
ports. Has .Jeffersonville Coal & Elevator Co., Ken- 
tucky & Indiana Cement Co., Geo. H. Holzbog & Bro., 
carriages and wagons ; Eberts & Bro., millers; Ohio 
Falls Car Mfg. Co. Yal. (twp.) .SI, 107,403. Express; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Stauss House. 

Beobachter aus Indiana (German)— Thursday ; 

Ind-Dem; Est. \S0:Sp 14x21; Sub. .11.50. 

G. F. Engelhardt & Sons. Circ f-J-'^tJo 

News— Evening; Dem; Est. '72; 4p 20x28; 

Sub. -So. Reuben Dailey. Circ ;g-1550 

National Democrat (weekly edition of News) 
—Friday: Dem; Est. '54; 8p 22x28; Sub. 
•Si. Reuben Dailey. Circ 3-2250 

JONESBORQ, 2500; Grant, 54093; 5m S of Marion on 
Michigan div. C, C., C. & St. L., Cincinnati, Rich- 
mond & Muncie Rys. and Union Traction Co. of Indi- 
ana. Manufactures brick, insulated wire, edge tools, 
scythes, etc., and lumber. Flour and saw- mills. 
Express; Telegraph. State Bank of .lonesboro. 

Herald— Friday : Non-political; Est. '93; 8p 
17 1-2x22; Sub. .SI. Mrs. J. M. Quenby. 
Circ (^-550 

News— Friday ; Rep; Est. '88; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

si. GaultPub. Co. Circ t-350 

KENDALLVILLE, 3354; Noble, 23533; 14.3m E of 
Chicago on Air Line br. L. S. & M. S. and Grand Rap- 
ids and Indiana Rys. Manufacturing is the chief in- 
dustry. Trade centre for agricultural and manufac- 
turing community. Yal. SI, 500,000. Express; Tele- 
graph. Noble County Bank. Kelly House. 

News— Thursday : Dem : Est. '77; 8p 18x2 4; 

Sub. SI. A.S.Parker. Circ ....®-850 

Standard-Friday ; Rep ; Est. '03; 8p 20x27; 

Sulj. .S1.50. J. S. Conlogue it Co. Circ...S-1550 

Sun— Evening; Ind; Est. '90; 4p 17x21; Sub. 

85. J. S. Conlogue & Co. Circ ^-620 

KENTLAND, 1000; Newton. 10448; 8.3m SE of Chicago 
on Chicago div. P., C, C. & St. L. Ry. Agriculture 
is the principal industry. Trade centre for prosiierous 
section. Yal. .Sl,2(K),()0O. Express; Telegraph. 
Bank of Kentland. Randall House. 
Democrat— Friday : Dem ; Est. '84; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. 50. Ed. Steinbach. Circ S-490 

Enterprise— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '05; 8p 
15x22; Sub. .SI. 50. Strohm & Dodson. 
Clrc ®-804 



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I'ETTINGILL'S NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY AND GAZETTEER. 



KEWANNA, 'i4:G; Fulton. 17453; 20m N of Logans- 
Itort ou \ aiKialia J.iue and C. R. & M. Rys. In a cattle 
raising and farming section. Express ; Telegraph. Ke- 
wanna Bank. 
Herald— Tluirsdav : Ind; Est. '83; 8p 13x20; 

.Sub. .•?!. Fraiik P. (iould. Circ (3)-700 

KINGMAN, 5.50; Fountain, 214-tG; 35m NE of Terre 
Haute on ( liicago & Eastern Illinois Ky. Has coal 
mines, large poultry packing establishment, saw mill, 
tile and brick factory. Express; Telegraph. Bank of 
Kingman. 
Star — Friday; lud; Est. '98; 8p 13X20; 

Sub. .SI. G. W. Savery. Circ (J-SoO 

KIRKLIN, <'24: Clinton, 28202; 12m SE of Frank- 
tort on Louisville, New Albany tt Chicago Ky. Lum- 
bering, stock and grain raising are the chief industries. 
Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Kirklin. 

Journal— Friday : Ind; Est. ".»7; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. Elmer E. Tyner. Circ S-500 

KNIGHTSTOWN, 1042; Henry, 25088; 34m E of 
Indianapolis on Tittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. 
Louis and Michigan div. C, C, C. & St. L. Rys. A 
manutactuviug town, producing pumps, lumber, fold- 
ing chairs, tlour and iron castings. Artificial ice 
factory, cannery and creamery. Has farming 
interests and is iii gas belt of Indiana. Val. .SI, 000,- 
490. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Armo 
Hotel. 

Banner— Friday ; Rep ; Est. '07; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). SI. AV. K. Deem. Circ 1-830 

Journal— Thursday ; Non-partisan: Est. '88; 

.sp 14X21; Sub. 75c. R.W.Steele. Circ 

Sun— Thursday; Rep; Est. '85; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. J. H. Hiushaw. Circ (t-1575 

KNOX*, 1406; Starke, 10441; 70m SE of Chicago on 
Nickel Flate and Indiana, Illinois & Iowa Rys. Is cat- 
tle, tobacco, corn and fruit raising town. Has iron ore 
deposits. Express; Telegraph. Farmers' Bank. Ste- 
vens House. 

Democrat— Thursday : Pem; Est. '00; 8p 

i:;,- 2(>; Sub. Sl.So. GorrellBros. Circ. . .(J)-824 

Republican— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '75; 8p 
15 -22; Sub. -SI. 50. John L. Moorman. 
( ire .^-1000 

KOKOMO*, lOOOO; Howard, 28575; 55m N of Indian- 
apolis on Cincinnati and Indianapolis divs. P. H., 
Clover Leaf and Lake Erie & Western Rys. Has 
Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., Opalescent Glass Works, 
Great Western Pottery Co.. Kokomo Steel and Wire 
Co., Kokomo Glass Mfg. Co., Globe Steel Range 
Co., Riverside Machine Works, Rockford Bit Co., 
La Clede Battery and Carbon Electric companies, 
Cliarles & Klinger. canning factory ; Haynes & Apjjer- 
son, motocycles; Haines Bros. Motocycles, Howard 
Paper Co. and Kokomo Rul)ber, I'aiier, Stone & Lime, 
Wood Pulp, Furniture, Ladder and Furniture and Fence 
Machine companies. Is farming trade centre for region 
within 15 to 20 mile radius. Yal. $;5.250,000. Ex- 
press; Telegraph. Citizens' Nat. Bank. Lindell Hotel. 

Dispatch— Evening ; Dem ; Est. '70 ; 4p 20x 23 ; 

Sul). S5. J. O. & H. E. Henderson. Circ.®-1200 

Dispatch— Wednesday and Saturday; Dem; 
Est. '70; 8p 15x22; Sub. .§1.50. J. O. & 
H. E. Henderson. Circ (2)-1800 

Journal of Hygeio-Therapy— Monthly; Hy- 
giene; Est. '<S7 ; 24p 5X7; Sub. 75c. T. V. 
(iilford & Co. Circ (J)-550 

News— Morning ex Mon ; Rep; Est. ■!>7; 8p 

I'll <2ti; Sub. 85.20. Staley & Staley. Circ. ^-1500 

News — Semi -weekly: Rep; Est. "J7; 8p 
17x24: Sub. $1.25. Staley & Staley. 
Circ 3.-1200 



Tribune— Evening; Rep; Est. '83; 8p 15x22; 
Sub. s5. J. A. Kautz. Circ (A 



-1660 



Tribune— Tuesday and Friday; Rep; Est. '48; 

Sp 15x22: Sub. SI. 50. J. A. Kautz. Circ..®-1850 

LADOGA, 1 1""''; Montgomery, 29388; 3.5m W of Indi- 
anapolis oil ".Mouon route" Chicago, Indianapolis & 
Louisville and Chicago iV Southeastern Rys. Manufac- 
turing forms tlic chief industry. Trade centre for ag- 
ricultural section. E.xpress; Telegrajdi. Bank of 
L:;doga. Mclntire Hotel. 

Leader— Friday; Neutral: Est. '79; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. SI. .i.F. Warfel. Circ S)-926 



LAFAYETTE*, 18110; Tippecanoe, 38659; (Mm NW 
of Indiaiia.p(Jiis on Chicago div. C C, C. & St. L., Mo- 
non, Wabash and Lake Erie & Western Rys. Has Mo- 
non Ry. shops. Indiana AVagon Works. Lafayette Bridge 
Co., Heinz Pickle factory, Barbee Wire & Iron Works, 
Lafayette Cracker factory, Lafayette Wagon Works, 
B. F. Biggs Pump Co.j Lafayette Carpet Works, 
Geiger-Tinney Spice Mills, Sterling Electric Works, 
Lafayette Hosiery & Mfg. Co., Schwab Safe & Lock 
Works, Duncan Meter Works. Kern Packing and Cold 
Storage Co., two breweries, flour mills and other in- 
dustries. Is farming and manufacturing centre for 
surrounding country. Seat of Purdue I'niversity, 
Purdue Agricultural and Mechanical College ; has two 
hospitals and two orphan asylums. Express; Tele- 
graph. First Nat. Bank. Lalir House. 

Call— Evening; Rep; Est. '69; 8p 17X22: 

Sub. .«:4. Call Pub. Co. Circ 3-5850 

Call— Saturday ; Rep; Est. '69; 12p 17X23; 

.Sub. SI. Call Pub. Co. Circ (2-6250 

Commercial Gazette— Saturday : Com; Est. 

'92; 4p 18X24; Sub. SI. Leo Pottlitzer. 

Circ (1-3500 

Courier— Evening; Rep; Est. '49; 8p 17X22; 

Sub. .$7.80. M. M. Mayerstein. Circ i -3282 

Courier - Friday ; Rep ; Est. '31; 12p 17X22; 

Sub. .SI. M. M. Mayerstein. Circ I -4000 

Deutsche Amerikaner (German)— Thursday ; 
Est. '75: Sp 20X20 : Sub. S2.5(). Francis 
.Johnson. Circ f4-760 

Herald— Saturday; Rep; Est. '93; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. SI. C. N. Bivins. Circ J:-1540 

Home Journal— Thursday : Agricultural; Est. 
'71 ; 12p 15 x22 ; Sub. 81. Home Journal 
Ptg. Co. Circ. (3:-6620 

Journal-Morning; Rep: Est. '29; 8p 18X24; 

Sub. S4. Burt-Perry-AVilson Co. Circ. .. i -3002 

Journal— Ei'ilay; Dem; Est. '29: 12-lGp 
17X22: Sub. SI. Burt-Perrv-Wilson Co. 
Circ " (2,-3300 

Leader— Thursday ; Ind; Est. '73; 8p 15X22; 

Sub. 50c. Chas. F. AVilliams. Circ ®-950 

Leader— Sunday ; Ind; Est. '73; 8p 18X24; 

Sub. S2. Clias. F. Williams. Circ ®-2050 

Painters' Journal— Monthly ; Labor ; Est. '93; 
32-40p8Xll; Sub. 50c. M. P. Carrick. 
Circ... @-38000 

Times— Sunday ; Ind; Est. '79; 8p 17x24; Sub. 

S2. Chas. H. Ball. Circ Cl)-3918 

Tippecanoe Farmer— Si-mo (Thurs): Agricul- 
tural; Kst.".>;s; iGp 11X15; Sub. 25c. Tip- 
pecanoe Farmer Co. Circ 4-4550 

LA FONTAINE, 400; AVabash, 28235; 11m SE of 
AVabash on .Alichigan div. C, C, C. & St. L. Ry. Sur- 
rounded by farm lands. Large yaid for dressed lum- 
ber. Neeilmore Gas & Oil Co. Great shi]iping jioint 
for grain and stock. Express; Telegraph. I^i Fontaine 
Bank. 
Herald-Fridav; Ind; Est. '90; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. Sil.is Benson Lee. Circ 3-912 

LA GRANGE*, 17tt3; La Grange, 15284; 47m N of 
Fort AVaviie on (irand Rai>ids & Indiana Ry. A mami- 
facturintc and niilling town and agricultural trade cen- 
tre for La (irange county. A'al. .SGol,980. i:xpress; 
Telegraph. First Nat. Bank of Lagrange. Galloway 
House. 

Call— Saturday: Ind: Est. '92: 8p 17x24; Sub. 

si. W. d! Uheubottom. Circ D-1560 

Democrat— Friday; Dem; Est. '79; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .-^1. II. I^. Bryan. Circ ®-1176 

Standard— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '57 ; 8p20x26 ; 

Sub. S1.75. Rerick & Morgan. Circ S-I.jOO 

LAPEL, 1425; Madison, 70470: 9m AA' of Anderson on 
Chicago tV- Southeastern Ry. In gas belt ;ind farming 
territory. Has flouring anil saw mills, glass bottle fac- 
tories and grain elevators. Express ; Teiegrajih. David 
Conrad, Banker. 
News-Friday: Ind; Est. '91; 4p 13x20; 

Sub. SI- AA\ E. Cascadden. Circ S'-<5^^ 

LAPORTE', 7113; Lai'orte, :;S280; 59m SE of Chi- 
cago, 111. ou Lake Shore, Indianajiolis & Michigan 
City div. L. K. i>t AV. and Pcre Manpiette Rys. Has the 
M. Runiely Co.. threshing machinery; Laporte Carriage 
Co., Niles"& .Scott Co.. metal wheels; Clear Lake and 
Fox AVooien Mills and other industries, emiiloying 20(»() 



INDIANA. 



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peojile; Great Western JJicycle Mfg. Co. Is fanning 
trade centre for the county: trolley to Michigan City. 
Several beautiful lakes in vicinity make it an attractive 
summer resort. \a\. s<-4,()0(),000". Exjness ; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Kauk. Depot Hotel. 

Argus-Bulletin— Kvening; Dem; Est. "J5;8p 
16x23; Sub. .■?5. Taber-Chaney Co. 
Cire (D-1140 

Argus-Bulletin— Thursday : Dem; Est. 'G9; 
sp L'li 2(1: Sub. .sl.50. Taber-Chaney 
Co. (ire .'.f -2300 

Catholic American— Monthly ; Religious ; Est. 
"J8; Sp 15X22; Sub. 50c. H. B. Darling. 
Cire 

Herald— Kveniug; Rep: Est. '88; 8p 15x22; 

Sul). .•?o. La Porte Printing Co. Cire 2)-1141 

Herald— Thursday ; Rep ; Est. '3G ; 16p 15x22 ; 

Sub. .•<2. La Porte Printing Co. Cire ®-1472 

LAUREL, GOO; Franklin, 16388; 33m SW of Rich- 
mond on White Water div. C, C, C. & St. L. Ry. Here 
are tlour mills, cooperage works, carriage, furniture, 
stave factories and machine shops. Large stone quar- 
rying industries. Val. (twii.) §346,330. Express; 
Telegraph. Laurel Bank. 

Review— Wednesday : Ind ; Est. '76 ; 4p20x24 ; 

Sub. si. L. :NL Boland. Cire 3-1450 

LAWRENCEBURG-, 4326; Dearborn, 22194; 25m W 
of t incinnati. U. on Chicago div. B. F. and Baltimore 
-& Ohio Southwestern Itys. ; on Ohio river, with large 
river commerce. Has Geo. H. Bisho]) & Co.'s Saw 
works. James & Mayer Buggy Co., Ohio Valley Coffin 
Co., Bauer Coojierage Co., Lawi-enceburg Roller Mills. 
J. B. Gamier Brewing Co. and Rossyille, C. Rodenberg ' 
and W. P. Squibb & Co., distillers; and A. I). Cook, ' 
pump works, eiii]iloying (;0() people, with monthly jiay 
roll of .S30,00(». Is "trade centre of farming and manu'- ; 
facturing region, with 40000 ]iop. Has an annual trade 1 
of .•?3,()(i0.OO0. Val. .§1,400,000. Express; Telegraph. 
Peojile's Nat. Bank. Stevenson House. 

Press— Thursday; Rep; Est. '50; 4p 20x26; 

Sub. S1.50. Press Printing Co. Cire {3-800 

Register— Thursday; Dem; Est. '37; 8p 
15x22; Sub. .SI. 50. Rucker & Goodew. 
Cire 3,-1600 

LEAVENWORTH, ''-55: Crawford, 1347?; 30m SAV of 
New Albany on tUiio river with steam shipiiing facil- 
ities. Chief industry is skiff and barge building; 
spoke manufacturing'. Ships farm produce for an 
agricultural section. Express; Telegraph. Hawn 
Hotel. 

Register— Thursday ; Ind ; Est. '96 ; 4p 18x24 ; 

Sub. -S— . W.S.Lane. Cire 

LEBANON*, 44G5: Boone, 2G321; 28m NW of In- 
dianapolis on Chicago div. C, C, C. & St. L. and Chi- 
cago & .Southeastern liys. Has American Canning Co., 
A. H. Meyer, washing machines; Lebanon Mfg. Co., 
washing iuachines and tables ; Lebanon Planing Mills, 
J. W. Pinnell A: Co. Planing Mill, tables and cup- j 
boards : two handle factories, two saw mills and two 
brick yards. Is trade centre for farming country, with 
60000 pop. Has Farmers' Co-operative Insurance Co. I 
Val..S2,000,000. Express ; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
Perkins House. 

Patriot— Thursday; Rep; Est. '57; 8-lOp 

1.'.,- 22; Sub. .SI. S. N. Cragun. Cire 1;-1950 

Pioneer— Thursday ; Dem: Est. '52; 8-12p 1 

15x22; Sub. SI. Ben F. McKey & Son. i 

Cire X-2364 

Reporter— Morning and Evening; Ind: Est. 
■'.tl: 4p 17x22; Sub. .S4.50. Adam H. 
Felker. Cire 'S-llSS 

LEESBURG, 390; Kosciusko, 29109; 20m S of Goshen 
on Miihigan div. C, C, C. & St. L. Ry. Manufactures 
farm imi)lements and ships grain and live stock. Ex- 
press : Telegraph. State Bank, Warsaw. 

Standard— Thursday : Prohil)ition; Est. '88; 
8p 15x22; Sub. $1. J. W. Armstrong 
c<: Son. Cire ®-800 

LIBERTY*, 1449; Union, G748; 15m SW of Rich- 
moud on Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Ry. Has 
stone quarries, farm implement factory and 'flouring 
mills. Is trade centre and shipping ))oint for agricul- 
tural and stock raising district. Val. (twj).) 8589,310. 
Express; Telegraph. Union County Nat. Bank. Cen- 
tral House. 



Herald— Thursday ; Rep: Est. '51; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. 50. 0. W. Stivers & Sons. Cire. .1-1200 

Review — Thursday: Dem; Est. '8G; 4p 
2i><2G; Sub. 1*1.25. Chas. A. Drapier. 
Cire 4-718 

LIGONIER, 2231; Noble, 23533; 12.5m E of Chicago 
on Air Line div. L. S. & M. S. Ky. Manufactures flour, 
lumber and buggies. Is trade centre for farming sec- 
tion. Is largest wool market in the state. Val. .si, 564,- 
328. Express; Telegraph. Citizens' Bank. Goldsmith 
Hotel. 
Banner — Thursday ; Dem; Est. '67; 8p 

19 1-2x24; Sub. 82. .L E. McDonald. 

Giro (3-1300 

Leader— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '80; 8p 14x24; 

Sub. .SI. 50. E.G.Thompson. Cire ®-1600 

LINDEN, 572 ; Montgomery, 29388 ; 10m N of Craw- 
lortlsville on Louisville, New Albany & Chicago and 
Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City Rys. Lumbering, 
farming and manufacturing. E'xpress ; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank, Crawfordsville. 

Leader— Friday; Local; Est. '94; 8p 14x20; 

Sub. .SI. C. H. Work. Cire 3-1000 

LINTON, 801G; Greene, 28530; 10m E of Sullivan on 
Illinois Central, I. ilv: V., C. I. & L. and Indiana South- 
ern Rys. Has farming and coal mining interests. 
Ex]>ress; Telegraph. Linton Bank. 

Call— Evening: Ind; Est. 1901; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. S5. W. M. Moss. Cire (S)-600 

Call— Friday ; Dem : Est. '88; 8p 15x22; Sub. 

■SI. AV.'M. MO.SS. Cire i3;-2000 

Record — Friday; Rep; Est. '97; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. .SI. Alfred M. Beasley. Cire I -1000 

LOGANSPORT*, 20480; Cass, 50901; 117m E of Chi- 
cago, junction of Wabash and Eel Rivers, on main 
line and centre five divs. P., C, C. & St. L., AVabash 
and Terre Haute & Logansport br. V. Rys. Eel river 
furnishes water jiower. Has Pittsburg, Cincinnati, 
Chicago & St. Louis Ry. shojis. Morning Flour Mfg. 
Co., I). & C. H. Uhl Flour Mill, Casparis Stone Co., 
Columbia Brewing Co., Columbia Straw Paper Co., 
AVm. Dolan & Co., water wheels ; Samuel E. Howe, lum- 
ber and )ilow handles; Huber Mfg. Co., farming imjile- 
ments ; Logansport Linseed Oil Works, Logansport 
Furniture and Wall Pajier companies, Logansport 
Foundry Co., Donner Truck & Mfg. Co., and minor in- 
dustries, employing 5000 people with monthly pay 
roll of §125,000. Is trade centre for large farming 
section, with 100,000 ])op. and annual trade of .§7,000,- 
OOO. Has Northern Indiana Insane Hospital. Val. 
§7,602,330. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. 
The Barnett House. 
Advance— Thursday ; People's Party ; Est. '92; 

sp 18X23; Sub. §1. I. M. Sutton. Cire... J) -2060 
Chronicle— Saturday ; Ind; Est. '75; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §1.50. H. J. McSheehy. Cire .i3;-3502 

Freie Presse (German)— Friday; Est. '94; 

8p 15X22; Sub. §2. .John Day. Cire i3-1150 

Journal — Morning; Rep; Est. '76; 8p 
17x22; Sub. §4.80. Keesling & Metzer 
Bros. Inc. Cire (1-2216 

Journal— Tuesday and Friday : Rep ; Est. '26 ; 
8p 17x22: Sub. §1.25. "Keesling & Met- 
z.-r Bros. Inc. Cire (2,-1800 

Pharos— Evening; Dem: Est. '74; 8p 15x22; 

Sub. §4.50. Louthain & Barnes. Cire... (3-2500 

Pharos— Wednesday and Saturday; Dem; Est. 
"44; 8p 15x22; Sub. §1.25. Louthain & 
Barnes. Cire S-3000 

Reporter— Evening; Ind; Est. '89; 8p 18X23; 

Sub. §4.80. I. M. Sutton. Cire (3)-3000 

Reporter— Tuesday and Friday ; Ind; Est. '89; 

Sp 18X23; Sub. §1.25. I. M. Sutton. 

Cire S-2500 

Times— Friday ; Prohibition; Est. '86; 8p 

15x22; Sub. §1. C. O. Fenton. Cire ®-1440 

Whinery's Swine Advocate — Saturday; 
Swine: Est. '— ; 20p 8X10; .Sub. 50e. AV. 
AVhinery. Cire 4 -17000 

LOOGOOTEE, 1382: Martin, 14711: 15m E of Wash- 
ington on Baltimore & Ohio Southwesterern Ry. 
Trade centre for agricultural and manufacturing sec- 
tion. Here are fruit jar and bottle factory, furniture 
and window glass factory, natural gas wells and oil 
wells. Express; Telegraph. AA'hite River Bank. City 
Hotel. 



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Tribune— Friday ; Rep; Est. '74; iip 26X40; 

Sub. SI. Will K. Penrod. Circ (f-lSSS 

LOWELL, 1275; Lake, 37892; 44m SE of Chicago on 
Louisville. New Albany & Chicago Ry. Agriculture. 
Large grain market. Express; Telegraph. State Bank 
of Lowell. Union Hotel. 

Tribune— Thursday : Rep ; Est. '85 ; 8p Kix 22 ; 

Sub. $1. Ragon & Ragon. Circ 2:-840 

LYONS, 500; Greene, 28530: KHu SW of Bloomfield 
on Indianapolis & Vincennes div. 1'., C, C. & St. L. Ry. 
Has milling, lumber and farming interests. Express; 
Telegraph. Lyons Exchange Bank. 

Herald— Friday; Rep; Est. '04; 6p 13x20; 

Sub. $1. Will T. Nickerson. Circ ®-550 

MACY, 314; Miami, 28344; 8m SE of Rochester on 
Indianapolis & Michigan City div. L. E. & W. Ry. 
Raises live stock and agricultural produce. Express; 
Telegraph. Commercial Bank. 

Monitor— Wednesday; Ind; Est. '85; 8p 

13 V 20; Sub. .$1. Geo. E. Hicks. Circ J-520 

MADISON*, 7835; Jefferson, 22013; 50m NE of 
Louisville, Ky., terminus Madison & Indianapolis line 
P., C, C. & St. L. Ry. ; on Ohio river, with passenger 
and freight steamer connections for leading river ports. 
Has Eagle Cotton Mill Co., National Starch Mfg. Co., 
Ross Textile Mfg. Co., Madison Brewing Co., Diamond 
Glue Co., Charles R. Johnson, foundry and machine 
works; J. Shotield & Son, woolen mill; Tower Mfg. Co., 
cooperage and tacks; W. Trow Co., millers; Taylor- 
Hitz Co., flour mill; Madison Machine Co., foundry; 
Madison Marine Railway Co., ship builders; Madison 
Packing Co., canned fruit; and minor industries. A 
tobacco, lumber, fruit and coal centre. Val. .'j3,332,- 
505. Express; Telegraph. First Nat. Bank. Central 
Hotel. 

Courier— Evening; Rep; Est. '49; 4p 24x40; 

Sub. .§5.20. Courier Co. Circ i -971 

Courier— Thursday ; Rep; Est. '37; 8p 24x40; 

Sub. .§1. Courier Co. Circ (D-1520 

Democrat— Evening ; Ind-Dem; Est. '89; 8p 

15 < 22; Sub. .'§5. 20. Democrat Co. Circ. 3-1250 

Democrat— Tuesday and Friday; Ind-Dem; 
Est. "89; 8pl5<22; Sub. $1. Democrat 
Co. Circ f3:-1800 

Herald— Evening; Dem; Est. '84; 4p 16x22; 

Sub. $5. Herald Co. Circ 3-1350 

Herald— Thursday ; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 16x22; 

Su1). si. Herald Co. Circ C3-1700 

Western Pigeon Fancier— Monthly; Est. '96; 

IC.p 8X11; Sub. 50c. A.J.Merritt. Circ..@-1125 

MARENGO, 712; Crawford, 13476; 38m W of Louis- 
ville on Louisville and St. Louis div. of Southern Uy. 
Has large Portland Cement Works and is both a 
manufacturing and shi]iping point for a large 
portion of Orange and Crawford counties. Also has 
large rock quarries and crushing machinery. The Ma- 
rengo Cave, one of the finest submarine caverns in the 
world is here and is visited l)y thousands every year. 
Val. .'3!25,0O0. Express ; Telegraph. Bank of Kentucky, 
Louisville, Ky. 

Observer— Friday; Rep; Est. '86; 4p 18x24; 

Sub. .§1. Jas". H. Weathers & Son. Circ. ..5-850 

MARION*, 17337; Grant, 54693: 67m NE of Indian- 
apolis on Pittsburg, Cincinnati. Chicago tt St. Louis, 
Toledo, St. Louis & Kansas City, Michigan div. C, 
C, ('., & St. L., Cincinnati, Richmond & Miincie Rys. 
In the Indiana gas and oil l)elt. Has Canton Glass Co., 
Thomas Evans & Co., glass; Standard Co-operative 
Glass Co., Stewart-Este)) Glass Co., Cherokee Lan- 
yon S]ielter Co., Western Natural Gas & Iron Co., 
Economist Furnace Co., Enterprise Boiler Works, 
Sweet-Clark Mfg. Co., malleable iron and hardware 
si)ecialties; Grant County Oil Co., Barley & Spencer, 
l)laning mill and school furniture; Marion Flint 
(ilass. Fruit Jar and Bottle, Opalescent Glass. Window 
(Jlass, Carriage & Harness, CJray Iron Foundry, Iron & 
Metiil, Steel & Iron, Stove, Pulirand Paper conii)anies, 
Brick, Handle and Linseed Oil works and Indiana 
Brewing Assn. and Pulp & Pai)er Co., employing 5O()0 
people, with monthly i)ay roll of .^SSOjOOO. Is farming 
and manufacturing' trade centre for the gas belt, 
Trolley to Jonesboro, Gas City, Alexandria, Elwood, 
Muncie, Indianapolis and Fairinount. Seat of Marion 
Normal College and National Soldiers' Home. 2500 
members. Val. SI 1, (too. ( )()(). Exi)iess; Telegraph. 
First Nat. Bank. Burrier House. 



Chronicle- Evening; Rep; Est. '86; 8p 17X22; 

Sub. S5. Chronicle Co. Circ 3 -3420 

Chronicle— Friday ; Rep: Est. '65; 8p 17X22; 

Sub. SI. Chronicle Co. Circ :3-2100 

Leader — Evening; Dem; Est. '88; 8p 
17 1-4X23 5-8: Sub. S5.20. W. B. West- 
lake. Circ 1 -3757 

Leader — Weekly; Dem; Est. '70; 8p 
17 1-4x23 5-8; Sub. S5.20. W. B. West- 
lake. Circ 1 -2200 

News Tribune— Morning; Ind; Est. '94; 8-16p 
16x22 ; Sub. S5.20. The Marion Tribune 
Co. Circ 3-4875 

News Tribune— Sunday; Ind; Est. '94; 8-24p 
16X22: Sub. S5.20. Marion Pub. Co. 
Circ 3-5257 

Shield of Phi Kappa Psi— Monthly during 
College year : College Fraternity ; Est. '79; 
75-lOOp 7X10; Sub. SI. 50. Geo. B. 
Lockwood. Circ S-2250 

MARKLE, 729; Huntington, 28901; 10m SE of 
Huntington on Chicago & Erie Ry. Has saw and flour 
mills, stave factory and three stone quarries. Trade 
centre for adjoining agricultural territory. Express; 
Telegraph. Farmers' and Traders' Bank. 

Journal— Thursday : Iiid; Est. '92; 8p 13x20; 

Sub. SI. H. L". Troutman. Circ (i;-450 

MARSHALL, 350: Park. 23000: 6m N of Rockville 
on Indiana, Decatur »X: Western Ry. A farm town. Ex- 
press ; Telegraph. Bank of Marshall. 
News— Friday: Ind; Est. '98; 4p 15X22; .Sub. 

SI. K. f]." (;reene. Circ 

MARTINSVILLE*, 4038; Morgan, 20457; 30m SW 
of Indianapolis on Indianapolis* Vincennes div. P.. C, 
C. & St. L. and terminus Fairland, Franklin & Mar- 
tinsville br. C, C.. C. >!<: St. L. Rys. Industries: Brick 
factories, .saw, planing and flouring mills. Old Hickory 
Chair Factory, Artificial Ice Plant, wooden ware factory, 
sassafras oil plant and farming. A commercial centre 
for surrounding towns. Has five artesian mineral water 
sanitariums. Val. S 1,899,895. Express; Telegrajih. 
First Nat. Bank. Grand Hotel. 

Democrat— Friday ; Dem; Est. '45: 8p 15x22; 

snb. SI. G. E. Finney & Son. Circ g-lOOO 

Reporter— Evening: Neutral; Est. '89; 4p 
13 -20; Sub. S3. Frank T. Singleton. 
Circ 3-720 

Republican (weekly edition of Rej)orter)— 
Thursday: Rep: Est. '70; 8p 15x22; Sub. 
Si. Frank T. Singleton. Circ (5-1975 

MEDARYVILLE, 400; Pulaski, 14033; 90m SE of 
Chicago, Ills, on Michigan City div. C, I. & L. Ry. 
Trade centre for western I'ulaski and eastern Jasper 
counties. Flour mill and grain elevator. Val. S125.0OO. 
Express; Telegraph. Farmers' Bank. 

Advertiser — Saturday ; Ind; Est. '94; 8p 

13x2(1; Sub. SI. Henry C. Schott. Circ... 3-750 

MELLOTT, 300; Fountain, 21446; 15m E of Coving- 
ton on Toledo. St. Louis »S: Western Ry. Agriculture. 
Exi)ress; Telegraph. Bank. 

Hustler— Friday : Ind: Est. '97; 4p 15x22; 

Sub. SI. Alfred Parker. Circ 3-750 

MENTONE, 757; Kosciusko, 29109; 14m SW of 
Warsaw on New York, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. Has 
box, boat oar, stove and veneering factories and flour 
mill. Trade centre for agricultural and manufacturing 
section. Val. $300,000. Express ; Telegraph. Farmers' 
Bank. 
Gazette— Thursday ; Local; Est. '85; 8p 

15 . 22: Sub. SI. C. M. Smith. Giro 3-1450 

MICHIGAN CITY, 14850; Laporte, 3838(i; 56m W of 
Cliicag<i, 111. on Luke Michigan, on Michigan Central, 
terminus Indianapolis & Michigan City div. L. E. it 
W. and Michigan City div. C, I. & L.'Rys. Manufac- 
tures railroad cars, chairs, barrels, sash, doors and 
blinds, boots, shoes and