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FOR SALE. 

ONEST ADVERTISING. 



THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS believes that the advertiser 
has the same eornmercial right to -know the exact quantity of his 
purchase when buying newspaper advertising as when buying any 
other commodity. There is no better reason for a publisher's de- 
clining to state the exact quantity of the circulation he proposes 
to sell an advertiser, than there is for a grocer to refuse to sell 
eggs by the dozen or sugar by the pound. The grocer counts his 
eggs and weighs his sugar let the publisher count out his papers. 
Why not ? 

It was in this view of the matter that the CHICAGO DAILY 
NEWS, on September ist, 1882, issued its first monthly CIRCU- 
LATION BULLETIN, showing the exact number of papers printed by 
both the DAILY NEW T S and the WEEKLY NEWS during the 
preceding month. It has won a most appreciative recognition from 
advertisers in general as being the first systematic effort to give 
purchasers of newspaper advertising an honest, detailed statement 
of value given in exchange for the advertiser's money. The CIR- 
CULATION BULLETIN has come to stay. 

THE CHICAGO DAILY NEWS has advertising space to 
sell upon terms having a direct relation to the extent and character 
of its circulation. 

SEE THIRD COVER PACE.l 



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PHILLIPS' 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK, 



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It'W A. DESCRIPTIONS, WITH ADVERTISING RATES, OF THE VARIOUS AMERICAN 
I'ERIODICALS HAVING A CIRCULATION OF 5000 COPIES OR MORE, TOGETHER 
WITH FULL LISTS OF PAPERS DEVOTED TO SPECIALTIES, AND, IN ADDI- 
TION, THE NAME AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESS OF THE MOST 
PROMINENT WEEKLY PAPER IN EACH COUNTY IN 
THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. 



.TlSrO. F. PHILrLIPS & CO., Publisher 
29 Park Bow, New York. 

1884. 



Entered, according to Act of C'ongress, in the Year 18&4, 

By JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO., 
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 



AMOXG the numerous annual publications claiming to give descriptions and 
particulars concerning the various American newspapers and periodicals, there 
has been a remarkable unanimity in giving absolutely no information whereby 
an estimate of the cost of an advertisement could be made. To meet this 
want is the object of this Rate-Book. It is believed, that all the papers of 
large circulation have been included and the publishers' advertising rates are 
given in detail. It is not pretended that these are the prices which a customer 
would have to pay in every case. So much depends on the character, space, 
and time of advertisements, that in contracts of any magnitude a reliable adver- 
tising agent should be consulted. 

ABOUT CIRCULATION. There appear to be some things in this world, sanc- 
tioned by custom, where it is all right to lie. Stating the circulation of a 
newspaper is one of the most prominent. 

We believe an advertiser has as much right to know what he is getting for 
his money when contracting for advertising, as he has when buying goods, and 
AVC do all in our power to .thoroughly enlighten our customers as to the real 
circulations of all papers we deal with. We can't see why an advertiser 
should buy a pig in a bag, anymore than any other man. For this reason we 
have made a specialty of dealing with the leading papers, because their circula- 
tions can more readily be ascertained. 

We have taken considerable pains to get somewhere near the actual facts in 
giving the circulations of the publications herein named, and in the great 
majority of cases have been furnished with a statement by the publishers them- 
selves. If they have not given us the truth we cannot help it. Still, we 
believe our 6gures will be found about as correct as can be gotten at by any 

one. 

FOR INDEX SEE PAGE 394. 



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THERE is so much competition nowadays among advertising agents, that 
many of the leading agencies, when giving estimates, reduce the business to a 
species of gambling that is, the spirit of rivalry is so strong, that frequently 
prices are given so low, that orders cannot be executed without a loss. As no 
agency proposes to do business at a loss, such papers as -are marked below 
price, are, after futile attempts to bulldoze the publisher, left off the list, and 
various and specious excuses or explanations made for the failure to insert as 
agreed. It is an interesting study to discover why apparently sound business 
men will accept such a method of having their business done. It is not in- 
frequently the case that agencies deliberately mark prices on some of the most 
valuable papers which they know will not be accepted. They have no inten- 
tion of inserting the advertisement in such papers, but mark the low prices 
simply to reduce the apparent aggregate of cost and thereby secure a contract. 
The advertiser is thus deluded into the belief that he has secured a very cheap 
contract, but after a time realizes that he has been duped. "We make 110 
estimates whatever that we do not expect to execute to 
the letter, and if we do not succeed in inserting an advertisement in every 
paper on an order, it is for some reason beyond our control, and not a question 
of price. On account of the competition and dubious methods referred to 
above, we place ourselves in the position of an employe to the advertiser, 
working for his interest, consulting and advising with him in all matters, and 
charging a fixed percentage upon the amount of net cost for the work done. 

The greater part of our business is done on this plan, and all our customers 
who adopt it are well pleased with the results. Try it, and thereby save your- 
self the vexation and annoyance of dealing with every Tom, Dick, and Harry 
who solicits you for advertising. 

We shall be pleased at all times to confer with parties who contemplate 
placing advertisements in newspapers, and if our standing, reputation, experi- 
ence, and facilities do not seem to you desirable, you need consider yourself in 
no way obliged to deal with us. 

Our method of doing business is plain, square, open and above board in all 
things. We have no secrets from our customers, but try in all things to con- 
sider their interests. In short, we make our services so valuable that they 
cannot afford to do without us. 

JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO., 

29 Park Kow, New York. 



A LIST OF NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS IN THE PRINCIPAL CITIKS AND TOWNS OP THE UNITE STATES AND 

CANADA CLAIMING OK ESTIMATED AS HAVING A CIRCULATION OF 5000 COPIES OR HORE EACH iss' ' ; , TOGETHER 

WITH A PEW OTHERS WHICH BY REASON OF THEIR PECULIAR CHARACTER, OF GEOGRAPHICAL POSITION, OR BOTH, 
ARE OF RECOGNIZED VALUE AS ADVERTISING MEDIUMS. ARRANGED BY STATES ACCORDING TO THE FREQUENCY OF 
ISSUE IX ALPHABETICAL ORDER. WITH FULL AND ACCURATE PARTICULARS AS TO SIZE, FORM, POLITICS OR GENERAL 
CHARACTER. YEAH WHEN ESTABLISHED, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, NAMES OF EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS OR PROPRIETORS, 
NUMBER OF PAGES AND COLUMNS ON EACH PAGE, LENGTH AND WIDTH OF COLUMNS, WHETHER OR NOT CUTS ARK 
INSERTED AND PUBLISHERS 1 RATES FOR ADVERTISING SPECIAL LOCAL READING NOTICES, ETC., ETC. THE FULL- 
FACE FOLLOWING THE DESCRIPTION OP A PORTION OF THE PAPERS IS PAID FOR BY PUBLISHERS AS ADVERTISING 
MATTER. 

NEW YORK CITY.1 



COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. Every; evening ex- 
cept Sunday. Republican. Established 1797. Subscription 
$'.) ; estimated circulation 14,000 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; 
length of columns 27 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, 2d and 3d pages, 10 cents per line 
each insertion ; 1 month 3.50; 3d and 3d months $2; 4th 
to Nth months $1.50; subsequent months $1. Under ' Fi- 
nancial " double price. 1st and 4th pages half more 
than 2cl page. Special positions extra. Double col- 
umns, inside pages, 35 cents: times or more 30 cents per 
double line per time. Outside pages, 40 cents; 6 or more 
insertions 35 cents per'double line each insertion. Fol- 
lowing Special notices 15 cents; Special notices, 2dpage, 

20 cents; Local items, 2d page, 25 cents per line per time, 
Reading matter, 1st, 3d and 4th pages, GO cents per line, 
count ; 1 month 50 cents ; 3 months or more 30 cents. 
After Money article, 50 cents per agate line ; reading type 
75 cents, count lines, each time. No extra charge for 
cuts. 126 Fulton street. 

COMMERCIAL BULLETIN AND AUCTION REC- 
ORD. Every morning except Sunday. Commercial. 
Established 1865. W. Dodworth, editor. N. Y. Daily 
Bulletin Association, proprietors. Subscription, 12 ; es- 
timated circulation, 5000; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length of 
columns, 28 inches, width, 2 3-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, per line each insertion, 15 cents; if dis- 
played, 20 cents ; double column displayed, 25 cents (50 
rents for the 2 columns). Special notices, 25 cents ; after 
Money article, 50 cents; Reading notices, with " Advt." 
following, 50 cents per line each insertion. Communica- 
tions, $1 per line. Financial cards per line, 1 month, $3 ; 
84 months, $7.60 ; 1 vear. sis. Auction or Commercial 
cards, 10 lines, 1 year, $120. 32 Broadway. 
Advt. page 28. 

COURRIER DES ETATS-UNIS. Every morning, and 
weekly, Tuesdays. French. Independent. Established 
1828. H. P. Sampers & Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription, daily, $12.60; estimated circulation, 8000 ; 
Sunday, $2.50, estimated circulation, 12,000 ; weekly, 
$o.20, estimated circulation, 13,000 ; daily 4 pages (Sun- 
day 8 pages), columns ; weekly, 24 pages, 4 column 8 : 
length of columns, daily, 21 1-2 inches, weekly, 10 inches ; 
width, 2 5-12 inches. Advertising rates, daily, minion. 1 
time, 12 cents ; 1 week, 60 cents ; 1 mont'h, $1.25 ; 3 
months, 3 ; 6 months, 85 : 1 year, $9, per line. E O. D., 
1 month, 75 cents ; 3 months, $1.84 ; 1 year, 5.33, per 
I'ne. Cuts same pr-ice. Business notices, 25 cents. 
Special notices, 50 cents per line per time. Sunday, 1 
time, 12 cents; 1 month, 40 cents; 3 months, $1.05: 1 
year, $2.50 per line. Weekly, 1 time, 25 cents; 1 month, 
6U cents ; 3 months, $1.50 ; 6 months, $2.50 ; 1 year, $4 per 
line. 19 Barclay street. 

DIAL. Every evening except Sunday. Independent. 
Established 1SS4. Pierce, Hancock & Crouch, editors 
and publishers. Subscription, $5; estimated , circula- 
tion, 10,000; 4 pages, 7 columns; length o f ' columns, 

21 1-2 inches, width, 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate. 
20 cents per line each insertion; 1 week, SI ; 1 month, 
$3.50 ; 3 months, $10 per line. Cuts and Medical, dou- 
ble ; display, half more ; Reading notices, 1st and 2d 
pages, $1; 3d and 4th pages, 65 cents per line. Nothing 
less than 3 lines. 21 and -21 Ann street. 



EVENING POST. Every evening except Sunday, and 
NATION, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1801. 
Evening Post Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription, daily, $9 ; estimated circulation, 13,00(1: 
weekly. $3, estimated circulation, 80t)U ; daily, 4 pages, 
9 columns ; weekly, 24 pages, 3 columns ; length of col- 
umns, 28 1-3 inches (weekly, 10 1-8 inches), width, 2 1-3 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily, inside pages, 10 
cent-; ; 1st and 4th pages, 20 cents per line each insertion. 
Special notices, 20 cents; Reading notices, leaded ribn 
pareil, with "Advt." affixed, 50 cents per line, count. 
Special positions or cuts, double price. Weekly, 15 cents ; 
special pages, 20 cents per line each insertion. Special 
position or cuts, double price. 210 Broadway. 

EVENING TELEGRAM. Every day except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1867. "James Gordon Beii- 
nett, editor and proprietor. Subscription, $5 ; claimed 
circulation, 65,000; 4 pages, '6 columns ; length of col- 
umns, 19 1-2 inches; width, 2 1-4 inches. Cuts not in- 
serted. Advertising rates, nonpareil, ordinary, 30 cents 
per line each insertion; Business notices, 35 cents pel- 
line; Communications, 35 cents per line. 2 Ann street. 

GRAPHIC. Every evening except Sunday. Indepen- 
dent. Established 1873. Graphic Co., ediiors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, $12; estimated circulation, 8dOO; 
S pairos, 5 columns, length of columns, 19 inches, width, 
2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 time, 20 cents; 
2 weeks, 15 cents ; 1 month, 10 cenis ; 1 year, 6 cents pur 
line each insertion. Last page, 1 time, 25 cents ; 1 
month, 15 cents ; 1 year, 10 cents per live line per time. 
Cuts same price. Business notices, 50cents ; Reading no- 
tices, $1 per line. 39 and 41 Park place. 

HERALD Every morning, and weekly, Thursdays. 
Independent. Established 1835. James Gordon Bennett, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily, $7.60, week- 
ly, $1. Claimed circulation, daily, 138,500, weekly (esti- 
mated) 46,000. Daily, 8 pages, 6 columns ; weekly, same 
size ; length of columns, 19 1-2 inches, width, 2 1-4 
inches. Cuts not inserted; Advertising rates, per agate 
line, each insertion, ordinary, 45 cents ; Personals, 50 
cents ; Business notices. 5th page, 75 cents; 8th page, 50 
cents ; Combination letters, 50 per cent extra. Weekly, 
50 cents per line. Daily issue generally is of 10 to 16 
pages, and Sunday from 16 to 28 pages. Broadway and 
Ann street. 

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE. Every morning except 
Sunday. Commercial. Established 18i7. Journal ol 
Commerce Association, editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription, $15 ; estimated circulation, 12,000 ; 4 pages, 10 
columns ; length of columns, 29 1-4 inches, width, 23-8 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents-per line each 
insertion. Cuts 50 per cent, double column 25 per cent 
extra. Special notices, 50 cents per line. 76 Beaver 
street. 

LE MESSAQER FRANCO-AMERICAIN. Every 
morning, and Semi-Weekly, Sundays and Thursdays. 
French. Republican. Established 1859. H. De Mareil, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily. $10; esti- 
mated circulation, 4(K)0 ; semi-weekly, $5 ; estimated cir- 
culation, 6500 ; daily, 4 pages, 6 columns ; semi-weekly, 
12 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns, daily, 21 1--.' 
inches, semi-weekly, 15 3-4 inches ; width, 2 5-S inches 



10 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO:S 



$bm fnrk Cinin 

REDUCTION IN PRICE ! 
A NEWSPAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. 

CHEAPEST AND BEST. 




The Price of THE NEW YORK. TIMES was reduced on the 18tli September from 4 CENTS per copy 
to 2 CENTS, with a corresponding reduction in the subscription rates. Within three days the circulation of the 
paper had doubled, and its daily sa'es are still rapidly increasing. Facts like these give plain and positive proof of 
the excellence and completeness of THE TIMES as a newspaper. But the step that has brought it within 
reach of every class of readers involves no cheapening of its quality or lowering of its standard. It is still, and 
will continue to be, a complete newspaper. It prints more telegraphic matter from all parts of the United States 
than any other metropolitan journal. Its special cable despatches promptly supply its readers with all important 
European news. While it neglects nothing of general interest, it has gained a recognized pre-ominence for the 
accuracy and fulness of its political reports and of its news concerning railroads, banks and banking, insurance 
matter, real estate interests, important legal decisions, military and naval affairs, educational progress, and social, 
religious, and scientific thought and discussion. It gives early announcements of Dew publications, American and 
foreign, and it reviews with fairness and critical ability the best books of the day. Its dramatic and musical 
criticisms are a notable feature of its well-filled pages. It has no hobbies, but it gives its honest opinions upon all 
leading topics ; and amid its graver duties it finds time and the mood now and then to be merry over the foibles 
of mankind. 

Terms to Mail Subscribers, Postpaid. 

DAILY, exclusive of Sunday, per year $6 00 

DAILY, including Sunday, per year 750 

SUNDAY ONLY, per year 150 

DAILY, 6 months, with Sunday , 3 75 

DAILY, 3 months, with Sunday , 2 00 

DAILY, 6 months, without Sunday 3 00 

DAILY, 3 months, without Sunday , 1 50 

DAILY, 2 months, without Sunday 1 00 

DAILY, 1 month, with or without Sunday 75 

WEEKLY, per year $1 00 | Six Months 60 

SEMI-WEEKLY, per year 2 50 

Address: 

THE NEW YORK TIMES, 

NEW YORK CITY. 

The Large Circulation of THE TIMES makes it specially valuable as a 

Medium for Advertisers. 



RATES OF ADVERTISING. 

PAYMENT REQUIRED IN ADVANCE. 
, r |3^* Eight words are counted as a line. Parts of a line the same as an entire line. 

DAILY.. 25 cents per line, each insertion. 

WEEKLY 50 cents per line, each insertion. 

SEMI-WEEKLY 25 cents per line, each insertion 

J3?"* CITY ITEMS, with word "Advertisement" prefixed, 75 cents per line, fifth or eighth pages. Display 
Type and Cuts double rates. 

Fifth Page. 

BUSINESS NOTICES Before Marriages and Deaths Oolid), 60 cents per line. , 

SPECIAL NOTICES After Marriages arid Deatlis (solid), 40 cents per line. 

fZJT' All Leaded Matter computed at one third extra the above rates (or measured per Agate scale). 

Eighth Page. 

Thirty-five cents per line, each insertion. Display Type and" Cuts, double rates. 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



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Advertising rates, nonpareil, ordinary, 10 cents ; Special 
notices, 50 cents ; Editorial notices, $1 per line. Cuts 
same price. Semi-weekly, ordinary , 15 cents per line. 43 
Murray street. 

MAIL AND EXPRESS. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and Weekly, Thursdays. Democratic. Established 
1836. Subscription, $6; estimated circulation, 9000 ; 
weekly, $1 ; estimated circulation, 5000 ; 4 pages, 9 col- 
umns ; length of columns, 24 7-8 inches, width, 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rales, agate, daily, 2d and 3d pages, 
10 cents ; 4th page, 15 cents; Isr, page, 30 cents per Tine 
each insertion. No extra charge for cuts. Double col- 
umn half extra. Special notices, 20 cents : Business no 
tiaes, 30 cents per line ; Reading notices, 2d and 3d pages, 
50 cents : 1st page, $1 per line. Weekly, 10 cents per 
line. 23 Park row. 

MORNING JOURNAL. Every morning. Independ- 
ent. Established 1882. Albert Pulitzer, editor. Morn- 
ing Journal Association, proprietors. Subscription, in- 
cluding Sunday. $4 ; claimed circulation, Iu7,000 ; 4 pages 
(Sundays, 8 page-*), 7 columns ; length of columns, S J 1 8 
inches, width, 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
SO cents; large type or cuts and special positions, 45 
cents; Special notices, 40 cents; Banking and Financial, 
after Money article, 60 cents per line each insertion. 
Reading notices, \vit.h " Adv." 4th page, 75 cents ; 3d 
page, $1: 1st or 2dpagu, $1.50 per line each insertion. 102 
Nassau street. 

Advt. page 18. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, Sunday morn- 
ing, and Weekly, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 
18^8. Benjamin Wood, editor. New York News 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily, $S ; 
claimed circulation, 148,360 ; Sundav, $1.50. claimed cir- 
culation, 25,000 ; weekly, $1 ; claimed circulation, 17,000 ; 

4 pages, Sunday and Weekly, 12 pages ; 6 columns ; length 
of columns, 16 3-4 inches, width, 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, agate, 30 cents; displayed, 40 cents; 
Special notices, 40 cents; Business notices, 35 cents; 
Local topics, 00 cents ; Reading advertisements, 1st 
page, $1 per line. Per week, not displayed, $1.75; 

2 weeks, $1.70 ; displayed, 1 week, $2.30 ; 2 weeks, $2.25. 
Per line per month, not displayed, 1 month, $6.00 ; 8 
months, $6.20 ; (i months, $5.60 ; 1 year, $4,40. Per line per 
month, displayed, ] month, $8.90 ; 3 months, ' $8.30 ; 6 
months, $7.40 ; ] year, $5.60. Double columns, double 
rates. Special Notices, 3 months, 38 cent* ; 6 months, 36 
cents; 1 year, 33 cents per line per time. Business no- 
tices, 3 months, 33 1-3 cents ; 1 year, 29 cents per line per 
time. Sundav. 1 time, 15 cents ; if displayed, 22 1-2 
cents ; 3 months, $1.50 : 6 months, $2 50 ; 1 ye ir, $4 per 
line. Double column or with large cuts, double rates. 
Special Notices, 1 time, 30 cents; 3 months, 28 1-2 cents ; 
1 year, 21 cents per line per time. Business notices. ] 
time, 25 cents ; 1 year, 20 cents per line. Weekly, rates 
same as Sunday, bur noiliing extra for cuts or double 
columns. 25 Park row. 

Advt. page 36. 

STAATS ZEITUNG. Every morning except Sunday, 
SONNTAGSBLATT, Sundays, and WEEKLY, Wed- 
nesdays. German. Independent. Established 1834. 
Oswald Ottendorfer, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $9, claimed circulation 60,000; Sunday $2 ; 
claimed circulation 65,000 ; Weekly $2 ; claimed circula- 
tion 25,000 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 
inches, wi Ith 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, luvt insertion 15 cents ; subsequent insertions 

5 cents ; 1 week 40 cents ; 2 wetks 80 cents ; 3 weeks 
$1.20; 1 month $1.60; 3 months $4.80; 6 months $8; 1 
year $15 per line. 3 months, E. O. D., $3.00 ; 2 times 
a week $2.88 ; 5th or 8th page, each time, 20 cents per line. 
Display 50 per cent ; space occupied by cuts 100 per cent 
extra. Special notices 30 cents; Business notices 40 
cents ; Reading matter notices $1 per line per time. 
Weekly 15 cents per line per time. Nothing less than 

3 lines. Solid cuts required. Tryon row and Chatham 
street. 

STAR. Every morning. Democratic. Established 1868. 
Star Newspaper Co., editors and publishers ; subscrip- 
tion Jti ; churned circulation 40.000 (Sundays 60,000i ; 4 
pages (Sundays 8 pages), 7 columns ; length of columns 
21 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, ordinary. 20 cents ; Special notices 30 cents ; 
Business notices 50 cents; Reading notices $1 per line 
each insertion. No extra charge for cuts. 24, 26 and 28 
North William street. 

Advf. page 20. 



SUN. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. 
Independent. Established 1833. Chas. A. Dana, editor. 
I. W. England, publisher. Subscription, daily $6 tin- 
cluding Sunday $7): claimed circulation 130,000; 
W T eekly, $1, claimed circulation 66.00T; daily 4 pages 
(Weekly and Sunday 8 pa^es), 7 columns ; length of col- 
umns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates 
daily 40 cents per line agate each insertion : Special no- 
tices 50 cents ; Busine?s notices 75 cents ; Reading no- 
tices. 1st or 2d page, $2.50 ; 3d page, $1.50. Weekly 5" 
cents per line ; Business notices 75 rents ; Readintr 
notices, 8th page $1; on 5th page $2; cuts, display 
type and double columns, two prices in daily, no ex- 
tra in Weekly. 1(54 Nassau street. 
Ada/, page 12. 

TAGES NACHRIOHTEN. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SONNTAGS NACHRR'HTEN, Sunday moin- 
ing. German. Democratic. Established 1870 Benjamin 
Wood, editor. New York News Publishing Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $3; claimed circulation 42,000; 
Sunday $1 ; claimed circulation 13,000 : 4 pages (Sunday 
8 paues), 6 columns ; length of columns 16 3-4 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, agate, per 
line 1 time 15 cents ; subsequent insertions 5 cents ; 1 
week-40 cents ; 1 mouth $1.60; 2 months $3; 3 months 
$4.20; E. O. D. 12 cents ; 2 times a week 15 cents per line 
each insertion. Large type, small cuts, 4th page or 
specified locations 50 per cent, large cuts and double 
columns 100 per cent extra. Special notices after read- 
ing matter, 1 time 30 cents, subsequent insertions 2o 
cents ; 2 times a week 30 cents ; 3 times a week 28 cents 
per line per time. Business notices, 1 time 25 cents ; 
subsequent insertions 20 cents ; twice a week ^c^nts: 
3 times a week 23 cents per line per time. Displayed 
notices 1-2 extra. Sunday, each insertion 15 centi : 3 
months $1.50 ; 6 months $2.50; 1 year $4 per line. Dis- 
played on 5th page 50 per cent ; double column 100 per 
cent extra. Special notices 30 cents ; Business notices 
25 cents ; Verities and Varieties 40 cents per line per 
time. Discounts on .i months or longer. 25 Park row. 
Advt. page 36. 

TIMES. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. 
Independent. Republican. Established 1851. subscrip- 
tion, daily $7.5C, claimed circulation 80,000 ; weekly $1 ; 
claimed circulation 48,000 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length 
of columns 21 1-6 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertis- 
ing r.ites, agate, ordinary. 25 cents per line' each inser- 
tion, nothing less than 2 lines ; cuts and large type dou- 
ble for space occupied ; 5th page, Special notices, 40 
cent* per line, nothing less than$l ; Business notices 60 
cents, nothing less than $1.50, City Items (5th or 8th 
page) with "Advertisement" affixed, 75 cenis, nothing 
less than $2; Reading notices, 1st page, $2.50 per line : 
8th page, 35 cents per line ; cuts or large type double 
price. 1 column, ordinary, $70 ; 5th or th page $100. 
Weekly, ordinary. 50 cents per line each insertion; no 
extra charge in Weekly for cuts or large type. Special 
notices, 5th paire, 75 cents; Business notices $1; City 
items $1.50. Sunday issue contains from 12 to 16 pages. 
Times Building, Park row. 

Advt. page 10. 

TRIBUNE. Every morning, SEMI-WEEKLY, Tues- 
days and Fridays, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Repub- 
lican. Established 1841. Whitelaw Reid, editor. Trib- 
une Association, proprietors , Subscription, daily $8.50, 
claimed circulation 4"i,000; semi-weekly $2.50, churned 
circulation 12,000: weekly $1.25, claimed circulation 
125.000 ; daily 8 pages, 6 columns ; semi-weekly and 
weekly 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, daily 
21 inches, semi-weekly and weekly 15 inches, width 2% 
inches. Advertising rates, ainite, ordinary, 30 cents : 
8th page 40 cen is ; cuts, double column and large type 
double for space occupied. Special notices, 5th pasre, 40 
cents ; Business notices, 4th page, 60 cents ; Announce- 
ments 60 cents; agate notices before Marriages, $1; 
nonpareil notices before Markets, $2 per line each in- 
sertion. No advertisement, less than 3 lines. Wants, 
real estate, etc., classified and undisphiyed 20 cents per 
line. Semi-weekly 25 cents per line each insertion ; 
items 50 cents ; agate notices $1. Weekly $1 per line 
each insertion. Items $2 per line. Nothing less than :i 
lines. No extra charge for cuts, etc., in cemi-weekly or 
weekly. Sunday issue contains 12 to 16 pages. Cornei 
of Spruce st. and Printing House square. 
Advt. page 14. 

TRUTH.-Every morning, and WEEKLY, Saturdays 
Independent. Established 187!). subscription, daily $4 : 
claimed circulation 50,000; weekly 50 c> uls, estimated 
c rculntton 8000; 4 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS 



THE SUN FOE 1884 



About sixty million copies of THE SUN have gone out of our establishment during the past 
twelve -months. 

If you were to paste end to end all the columns of all THE SUNS printed and sold last year you 
would get a continuous strip of interesting information, common-sense wisdom, sound doctrine, 
and sane wit long enough to reach from Printing House Square to the top of Mount Copernicus 
in the moon, then back to Printing House Square, and then three quarters of the way back to 
the moon again. 

But THE SUN is written for the inhabitants of the earth ; this same strip of intelligence 
would girdle the globe twenty-seven or twenty-eight times. 

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VOLKSZEITUNG. Every morning except Sunday, 
SONNTAGSBLATT, Sundays, WEEKLY. Saturdays. 
German. Independent. Established 1877. Volks/.eitung 
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Keep, editor. E. Martin Black, business manager. Sub- 
scription $5 ; claimed circulation 9,701): 4 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns 11 3-7 inches, width 21-5 inches. 
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page 50 cents. Cuts same price. Reading notices marked 
Advt " 75 cents ; Editorial notice marked "Advt." $1 
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WORLD. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. 
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Press Publishing Co, proprietors. Subscription, daily, 
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60,000. Weekly, $1. Claimed circulation, 65,000; 8 pages, 

or 7 columns; length of columns, W% inches: width, 2J 
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cents; 8th page, 30 cents; Business notices, 30 cents; 
Items, 5th page, with "Adv." affixed, 60 cents, with 
"Com." 75 cents; Star or quoted items, 5th page, $1; 
\e\\ s items or Star items bottom of columns on 1st, 5th 
orSlhpaae $1.50 per line, each insertion. After money 
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75 cents; Quoted or Star items, $1 per line per time. 
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ZEITUNG. Every morning except Sunday. REVUE, 
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inches; (Weekly 30 inches): width, 25,3 inches. Adver- 
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3 monihs, $3; 6 months, $5; 1 year, $9 per line. 
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matter notices, 50 cents, per line. Sunday, 1 time, 15 
cents: 1 month. 50 cents; 3 months, $1.40; 6 months, 
$i.50; 1 year. $4.80 per line. Weekly, 1 time, 15 cents; 

1 month, 50 cents; 3 months, $1.20; 6 months, $2.20; 1 
year. $4 per line. Notices the same as in daily. Solid 
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months $7 ; 1 year, $12 per line. Large cuts, 1-2 
extra. Special notices, 25 cents; Reading notices, 50 
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proprietor. Subscription, 810; estimated circulation, 
l.vm ; 4 pages, l() columns; length of column 31 inches 
width, 2j inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil. ;'5 cents 
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proprietor. Subscription $1.50; estimated circulation. 
500;); 8 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 1144 inches; 
width, 2^ inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents 
per line each insertion. Cuts same price Discounts: 
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notices, 50 cents per line each insertion. 5 and 7 Murray 
street. 

AMERICAN HEBREW. Every Friday. Jewish 
Literary. Established 1879. The American Hebrew 
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$3; estimated circulation. 5000; 12 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 12J4 inches: width, 2 1-6 inches. Ad- 
vertising rate-*, agate, 1 inch, 1 time, $2.75; 1 month. $6: 

3 months. $15; 6 months, $21 ; 1 year, $30 ; 4 inches, ] 
month, $18; 3 months, $">2 : 1 year, $100. Cuts same 
price. Special notices, 1 time, 30 cents; 3 months. 25 
cents; 1 year, 15 cents per line per time. 498 and 500 
Third avenue. 

Tlie lead Ina: American .Jewish News- 
paper. Has ail abler Mall" of writers than 
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AMERICAN MACHINIST. -Every Wednesday. Me- 
chanical. Established 1877. Jackson Bailey, editor 
American Machinist Publishing Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription. $2.50; claimed circulation, l(i,0"0; 16 pages, 

4 columns; length oi columns, 13 1--2 inches; width, 2 1 /; 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line, 1 time. 
35 cents; 1 month $1.20; 3 months. $3.51; 6 months, $6.84; 
1 year $10 40: 1 year, E. (). W., $6 24. Cuts same price 
Business specials. 1 time, 50 cents; 3 months, $5.20 per 
line. 96 Fulton street. 

AMERICAN PROTECTIONIST.-Every Saturday. 
Commercial. Established 1881 Marcus Hanlon, edito 
and business manager. Subscription. $3; claimed cii- 
cnlalion, 5000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of column?'. 
13 inches; width 2^ inches. Advertising rates, non 
pareil. 20 cents per line each insertion; 1 inch, 1 year, $5' . 
Cuts same price. 32 Warren street. 

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AMERICAN QUEEN. Every Saturday. Society 
News. Illustrated. Established 1879. E. F. Bermlne 
ham & Co.. editors and proprietors. Subscription, $4 
estimated circulation, 10,000; 16 paj!e, 4 columns; lengtl 
of columns. 13 inches; width 2 1-6 inches. Advertisin 
rates, agate, 15 cents; outside page, 25 cents per line 
No extra charge for cuts. Discounts : 3 months, 10 pe: 
cent; (i months, 25 per cent; 1 year 33 1-3 percent. Read 
ing notices, 50 cents per line. 140 Nassau street. 

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AMERICAN SENTRY. Every Thursday. Green, 
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proprietor. Subscription 1; estimated circulation 
26,000; 8 pages (i columns; length of columns, 19' 
inches, width, 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, agate, x. 1 ' 
ct-nts per line each insertion. Cuts same price. 11 
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ARM CHAIR. Every Monday. Literary. Establishes 
1879. Frank Tonsey, editor and proprietor; Subscription. 
$3; claimed circulation, 133,000; 8 piges, 5 columns: lengtl. 
of columns, 18 inches; width, 2K 'inches. Advertisin 
rates, agate, 50 cents per line each insertion. Cuts same 
price. 34 and 36 North Moore street. 

ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL Every Saturday 
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editor. W. C. and F. P. Church, proprietors. Sob scrip 
tion, $6; estimated circulation, 3000; 20 to 24 pages, 
columns, length of columns. 13 inches; width 2% inches 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line, 1 time. 25 cents; 
1 month, 80 cents; 3 moi ths, $2; 6 months, $3; 1 year, $. f , 
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BAPTIST WEEKLY. Every Thursday. Baptis! 
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2% inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time, 10 cents; 
1 month, 30 cents; 3 months, 80 cents per line. Cuts 
same price. 251 Broadway. 

BEADLE'S WEEKLY. Every Monday. Literary. 
Established 1870. Beadle & Adams, editors and pub- 
lishers. Subscription, $3; estimated circulation, 25,000; 
8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns, 18 inches; width, 
214 inches. Advertising rates 50 cents per nonpareil line 
each insertion. Cuts same price. 98 William strtet. 

BELLETRISTISCHES JOURNAL. Every Wednes- 
day. German. Literary. Established 1852. R. Lexow 
& Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, $5; esti- 
mated circulation, 28,000; Iti pages, 5 columns; length of 
columns, 15 1-2 inches; width, 2% inches. Advertising 
ratt s, per line, nonpareil,! time, 20 cents; 1 month, 75 
cents; 3 months, $1.75; months, $3; 1 year, $5 per line. 
Cuts same price. Special notices, 25 cents; Business 
notices, 50 cents per line. Editorial notices, $1 per 
brevier line. 39 Park row. 

BOYS OF NEW YORK. Every Saturday. Literary. 
Established 1875. Frank Tousey, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circulation, 165,000 ; 8 pages,. 
5 columns; lengtb of columns, 16% inches; width 2^ 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line each 
insertion. Cuts same price. 34 and 36 North Moore st. 

BYRNES' DRAMATIC TIMES. Every Wednesday. 
Dramatic. Established 1881. C. A. Byrne, editor and 
publisher. Subscription. $4; claimed circulation, 6000; 
8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns 20 inches; width, 
a 1 ^ inches. Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line 
each insertion: 3 months, 20 percent discount. Cuts same 
price. 8 Union square. 

CATHOLIC REVIEW. Every Sunday. Catholic. 
Established 1871. P. V. Hickey, publisher. Subscrip- 
tion, $6; estimated circulation, 7000: 24 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns, 13^ inches; width, 2J4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates per line, nonpareil, 1 time, 20 cents; 4 to 

13 times 15 cents; 13 to 26 times, 12 1-2 cents; over 6 
months, 10 cents. Cuts same price. 11 Barclay street. 

CHIMNEY CORNER. Every Saturday. Literary, 
Illustrated. Established 1854. Mrs. Frank Leslie 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, $4; claimed circu- 
lation, 20,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 

14 inches; width, 2}^ inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 50 cents per line each insertion. Cuts same price. 
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times, 75 cents; 2(i times or more 50 cents per line each 
insertion. 53, 55 and 57 Park place. 

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"" CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Thursday. Metho- 
dist Episcopal. Established 1826. Rev. J. M. Buckley, 
D.D., SUitor. Methodist Book Concern, proprietors. 
Subscription $2.50; claimed circulation 56,000; 16 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns 16 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line each 
insertion. Cuts same price. Discounts on orders com- 
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on $200, 25 per cent on $400, 30 per cent on $600. Busi- 
ness notices 75 cents per line, each insertion, net. Read- 
ing notices marked " Com." $1 per line each insertion, 
net. 805 Broadway. 

CHRISTIAN AT WORK. Every Thursday. Evangeli- 
cal. Established 1866. Wm. M. Taylor, D.D., editor. 
J. N. Bollock, publisher. Subscription $3; estimated 
circulation, 20,000; 20 pages, 4 columns; length of column 
14 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 1 time 50 cents; 1 month 45 cents; 3 months and 
upward, 40 cents per line each insertion. Cuts same 
price. Reading notices $1 per line. 216 Broadway. 
Advt. page 60. 

CHRISTIAN INTELLIGENCER. Every Wednesday. 
Reformed Church. Established 1829. Rev. J. M. Ferris 
D.D , editor. Christian Intelligencer Association, pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2.fi5; claimed circulation, 9000; 
16 pages?, 4 columns; length of column 14 inches, width 
2'l-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, per line each inser- 
tion 21 cents; 3 months 18 cents, 6 months 16 cents, 1 year 
14 cents; less than 10 lines 21 cents each insertion ; 
Business notices 25 cents; outside and 13th pages 25 
cents; 13 times 22 cents; less than 10 lines 25 cents perline 
each insertion; Publishers' Department 35 cents per line 
each insertion. 6 New Church street. 



CHRISTIAN UNION. Every Thursday. Unsectari- 
an. Established 1869. Lyinan Abbott, editor. New 
York and Brooklyn Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $3; estimated circulation 18.000; 24 pages, 4 columns; 
length of column 13 1-2 inches width 2 l-8inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, agate, 25 cents, specified positions 35 cents; read- 
ing notices 50 cents per line each insertion. Discounts, 13 
insertions 15 per cent, or on $50, 10 per cent; $100, 15 
per cent; $200, 20 per cent. 20 Lafayette place. 

CHURCHMAN. Every Saturday. Protestant Episco- 
pal. Established 1845. M. H. Mallory & Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription $3.50; estimated circulation, 19,000; 
32 pases, 3 columns; length of column 10 2-3 inches, 
width 2 5-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents 
per line each insertion. Cuts same price. Special notices 
40 cents; Discounts; 2 times 10 per cent, 1 month 15 per 
cent, 2 mouths 20 per cent, 3 months 25 per cent, 6 
months 30 per cent, 1 year 40 per cent; Reading notices 
brevier, 50 cents per agate line each insertion. Nothing 
less than $1 net each insertion. 47 Lafayette place. 

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CHURCH STANDARD. Every Wednesday. Episco- 
pal. Established 1879. Rev. W. T. Webbe, editor and 
publisher. Subscription $2; estimated circulation, 5000; 
16 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 912 inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 
cents per line each insertion; 3 months, $1, 6 months, 
$1.50 per line. Cuts same price. 9 Spruce street. 

CONTINENT. WEEKLY MAGAZINE. Every 
Wednesday. Literary, illustrated. Established 1882. 
Albion W. Tourgee, editor. The Continent Publishing 
Co., proprietors. Subscription $4; estimated circulation, 
30,000; 40 pages; 3 columns; length of columns 9 5-8 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 50 
cents, facing leading, 75 cents per line each insertion; 
1 column $50; 1 page $125; facing reading matter, 20 
per cent extra; 1-4 page outside cover $75; 1-2 page 
$125; page $200. Cuts same price. Publisher?.' depart- 
ment (no display) $1 per line. Discounts; $50, 10 per 
cent; $100, 15 per cent; $250, 20 percent,; $500, 25 per 
cent; $1000, 30 per cent. 23 Park row. 

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CITY ITEM. Every Saturday. Society. Illustrated. 
Established 1881. J. Marion Pollock, editor and propri- 
etor. Subscription |3; , sworn circulation $11,000; 8 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns 12 inches, widths 
inches. Advertising "rates $1.50 per inch each insertion. 
Cuts same price. 57 Cedar street. 
Advt. page 388. 

CLIPPER. Every Wednesday. Theatrical and sport- 
ing. Established 1853. The Frank Queen Publishing 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $4; estimat- 
ed circulation, 25,000; 16 pages, 5 columns; length of col- 
umn, 15 1-4 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 20 cents per line each insertion. 16 cents pet- 
line each insertion if paid for 3 months in advance. Culn- 
same price. Notices credited to other papers 30 cents' per 
line. 88 and 90 Centre street. 

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COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL CHRONICLE. 
Every Saturday, Commercial. Established 1865. Will- 
iam B. Dana & Co., editors and publishers. Subscrip- 
tion $10.20; claimed circulation 3000; 36 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns 11 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate- per line, I time, 25 cents; 1 month 80 
cents; 3 months $1.82: 6 months $3.12; 1 year $4.16. Cuts 
same price. 79 and 81 William street. 

CRITIC AND GOOD LITERATURE. Every Friday. 
Literary. J. L. and J. B. Gilder, editors. The Good 
Literature Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $3; 
estimated circulation, 13.500; 16 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns 10 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising 
rates, each insertion, agate, 20 cents per line; per column 
$25. Cuts same price; "specified pages 20 per cent addi- 
tional. Discount 1000 lines 10 per cent; 2500 lines 25 per 
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of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches, Advertising 
rates, agate, f M) cents per inch each insertion. Cuts same 
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DISPATCH. Republican. Established 1S45. A. J. 
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length, of columns, 22 inches, width 2 3-16 inches. Ad- 
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tices, 5th page 50 cents; reading notices any hut 5th 
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1 year, 40 per cent. 11 Frankfort street. 
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DRAMATIC NEWS AND SOCIETY JOURNAL. 
Every Tuesday. Theatrical. Established 1875. J. W. 
Keller, editor. A. L. Heckler, publisher. Subscription 
$4 ; claimed circulation, 8000 ; 12 pages, 5 columns; 
tenth of columns 17 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, 25 cents per line each insertion; 3 
months, 25 per cent discount. Cuts same price. 866 
Broadway. 

ECONOMIST. Every Saturday. Financial. Estab- 
lished 1879. L. O. Robertson, proprietor. Subscription. 
$3; estimated circulation, 5000; 16 pages; 3 columns; 
length of column 11 inches, width 2 3-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, 1 inch, 1 time, $3; 1 month, 7.50; 3 
months, $2(1, 1 year, $60; 2 inches, 1 month, $14.25; 3 
months, $88; 1 year, $113.50; 1 column, 1 month, $55.50; 
3 months, $148.75; 1st page. 80 per cent additional; next 
reading, 50 per cent additional. Cuts same price. 7 
Broadway. 

i Advt. page 70. 

ELECTRICAL WORLD. Every Saturday. Electrical 
science. Established; 1882. W. J. Johnson, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription, $2; daimed circulation, 
10,250; l(i pages, 1 columns; length of columns, 14 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
$1.50 per inch each insertion. 9 Murray street. 

L,ara:est Circulating Electrical Journal 
Published. 

ENGINEERING AND MINING JOURNAL. Every 

Saturday. Scientific. Established 1866. Richard P. 
Rothwell, C.E., M.E , editor. Scientific Publishing 
Co., proprietors. Subscription, $4; object to stating cir- 
culation; 40 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 11 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1-2 inch, 1 time, $1.50; 1 month, $4.23; 3 months, $11.64; 
1 year, $34.35; 1 inch, 1 month, $7.40; 3 months, $20; 1 
year, $60; 1-4 'column, 3 months, $4981; 1 year, $149. 
Cuts same price. Last page cover and facing reading, 
50 per cent additional. 27 Park place. 

ENGINEERING NEWS AND CONTRACT JOUR- 
NAL. Every Saturday. Mechanical. Established 1874. 
Geo. II. Frost and I). M. N. Stauffer, editors. Engi- 
neering News Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, 
$4; estimated circulation, 5000; 24 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns, 12 inches, width 25-8 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, 1 time, $2; 1 month, 
$6.50; 3" months, $17; 1 year, $50. Cuts same price. 
Tribune building. 

EVANGELIST. Every Thursday. Presbyterian. Es- 
tablished '1830. Henry M. Field, editor and propiietor. 
Subscription, $3; estimated circulation, 12,000; 8 pages, 
6 columns; length of columns, 22 1-2 inches, width 23-5 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, ordinary, 20 cents; 
5th page, 30 cents; Hth page, 50 cents per liue. Cuts same 
price. 150 Nassau street. 

EXAMINER. Every Thursday. Baptist. Establish- 
ed 1823. Edward Bright, editor. Bright, Church & 
Co., proprietors. Subscription, $2: claimed circulation, 
30,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 21 3-7 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, or- 
dinary, 30 cents; Special notices. 50 cents per line. Cuts 
same price. Reading notices. $1 per minion line, if 
leaded, $1.50. Discounts, 13 times, 20 per cent; 26 times, 
25 per cent; 1 year. 30 percent; 8th page, 30 cents per 
line every insertion. 39 Park row. 
Advt. paaf. 5b. 



FATHER COLUMBIA'S PAPER. Every Monday. 
Greenback. Established 1883. The Columbian Printing 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, 50 cents; 
estimated circulation, 25,000: 4 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns, 21 3-4 inches, width, 2 1-6 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, agate, 20 cents per iline each insertion. Cuts 
same price. 252 Broadway. 

FIGARO. Every Sunday. German. Established, 1879. 
Figaro Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription, $2.50; estimated circulation, 5400; 12 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 14 1-3 inches, width 23-8 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpaitfil, 1 time 20 cents; 2 
times 35 cents; 1 month 75 cents: 3 months $1.50; 1 year 
$5 per line. Cuts sam.e price. 33 Park row. 

FIREMAN'S JOURNAL. Every Saturday. Fire in- 
terests. Established 1877. Clifford Thomson, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 
6500; 20 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 10 inches, 
width 3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 1-4 inches 
1 time $3; 1 year $100; 2 1-2 inches 1 time $4; 1 year $150. 
Cuts same price. 16 Dey street 

FIRESIDE COMPANION. Every Monday. Litera- 
ry. Illustrated. Established 1860. George Munro, edi- 
tor and proprietor. Subscription $3; estimated circula- 
tion 200,000; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns 18 
inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, ordinary 
per agate line each insertion $1.25; cuts $2.50; Reading 
notices 3d page $2.50; 8th page $5 per line each inser- 
tion. 17 to 27 Vandewater street. 

FOREST AND STREAM. Every Thursday. Sport- 
ing. Established 1873. Forest and Stream Publishing 
Co., proprietors. Subscription $4; claimed circulation 
10,000; 28 pages, 4 columns; length of column 14 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil. 1-iJ inch 
1 time SI 50 ; 1 month #4.80 ; 3 months $12.50 ; 6 months 
$20 ; 1 year $30 ; larger space in proportion. Cuts same 
price. 41 Park row. 

The Forest and Stream has the largest 
circulation of any paper of its class in 
America. It is read especially by wealthy 
and well-to-do people in every State in the 
Union, in Canada and foreign countries, 
and is thus exceptionally useful to the ad- 
vertiser. 

FOX'S ILLUSTRATED WEEK'S DOINGS. Every 
Saturday. Illustrated. Established 1882. Wchard K. 
Fox, editor and proprietor. Subscription $2.50; claimed 
circulation 50,000 ; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns 
17 1-4 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 40 cents per line each insertion. Reading notices 
$1 per line. No extra charge for cuts or double column. 
Franklin square and Dover street. 

FRANK LESLIE'S] ILLUSTRATED NEWSPA- 
PER. Every Saturday. Literary. Illustrated. Estab- 
lished 1835. Mrs. Frank Leslie, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $4 ; claimed circulation 45,000; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line each insertion, in- 
side pages 50 cents ; outside page$l. Cuts same price. 
Reading notices less than 13 times $1 ; more than 13 times 
75 cents ; 26 times or more 50 cents per line each inser- 
tion. 53, 65 and 57 Park place. 

Advt. page 40. 

FRANK LESLIE'S ILLUSTRIRTE ZEITUNG. 

Every Saturday. German. Literary. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1835. Mrs. Frank Leslie, editor and proprie- 
tor. Subscription 4 ; claimed circulation 25,000 ; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns 14 inches, width 2 
1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line each 
insertion, inside pages 15 cents; outside page 30 cents. 
Cuts same price. Reading notices 3 months or less 30 
cents; more than 3 months 22 1-2 cents; X6 insertions 15 
cents per line each insertion 53, 55 & 57 Park .'place. 
Advt. page 40. 

FREEMAN'S JOURNAL AND CATHOLIC REGIS- 
TER. Every Saturday. Catholic. Established 1839. 
James'-A. McMaster, editor and proprietor. Subscription 
$3; claimed circulation 24,000; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length 
of c lumn 21 1-4 inches, width 2 3-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, per agate line 25 cents each insertion ; 3 months 15 
rents: 1 year 12 cents. Cuts same price. Special notices 
30 cents ; Reading notices 40 cents. 45 Warren street. 

The leading Catholic paper in America. 
Advt. page 64. 



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FRETSCHUTZ. Every Sunday. German. Humor- 
ous. Established 1868. Wm. V. Webber, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $'2.50 ; estimated circulation 
9dOO ; 8 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 14 1-2 
inches, width 1 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 time 15 cents; 1 mouth 45 cents ; 3 months $1.25 per 
line. Cuts same price. 43 and^45 Chatham street. 

GOLDEN ARGOSY. Every Saturday. Literary. Il- 
lustrated. Established 1882. Frank A. Muusey, editor. 
Thfi Argosy Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription 
$1.75 ; claimed circulation 90,000 ; 8 pages, 4 columns ; 
length of columns 14 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, apate. 40 cents per line each insertion. 
Cuts same price. Reading notices $1 per line. 81 Warren 
Htreet. 

The increase in paid ^Subscribers to the 
Argosy for the week ending Feb. 16 was 
over 70OO. 

Advt. page 54. 

HARPER'S BAZAR. Every Saturday. Fashions. 
Illustrated. Established 1868. Harper & Brothers, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $4 : estimated circulation 
80,000: 10 pages, 4 columns : length of columns 14 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil. $1 per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price ; Special reading no- 
tices $2 per line. Franklin square. 

HARPER'S WEEKLY. Every Saturday. Literary. 
Illustrated. Established 1856. Harper & Brothers, ed- 
itors and proprietors. Subscription $4 ; estimated circu- 
lation 100,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 

14 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil inside pages $1.50; last page $2 per line each inser- 
tion. Cuts same price. Special reading notices $2 per 
line. Franklin square. 

HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE. Every Tuesday. 
Juvenile. Illustrated. Established 1879. Harper & 
Brothers, editors and proprietors. Subscription, $1.50 ; 
estimated circulation, 40,000 : 20 pages. 3 columns ; 
length of columns, in inches, width. 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per line each insertion. 
Cuts same price. Franklin square. 

HEBREW LEADER. Every Friday. Jewish. He- 
brew Leader Association, editors' and proprietors. Sub- 
scription, #1 ; estimated circulation, 5000 ; 8 pages, 7 
columns'; length of columns, 21 1-2 inches, width, 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line. Cuts 
same price. Reading notices, 50 cents per line. 252 
Broadway. 

HOME JOURNAL. Every Wednesday. Society 
News. Established 1846. Geo. Perry and Morris Phil- 
lips, editors. Morris Phillips & Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription, $2 ; claimed circulation, 15,000; 4 pages, 9 
columns ; length of columns, 26 inches, width, 2 1-3 in- 
ches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, single insertions, 25 
cents : 3 months, 20 cents ; 6 months, 15 cents : 1 year, 
10 cents per line each insertion. Cuts double rates. 
Business notices, 40 cents per line. 3 Park place. 

HOUR. Kvery Saturday. Society News. Established 
1880. The Hour Publishing Co., editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription, $5; claimed circulation, 5000; 16 
pages, 4 columns ; length of columns, 13 inches, width, 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, inside pages, 

15 cents ; outside pages, 25 cents per line each insertion^ 
Cuts same price. 40 and 42 Broadway. 

ILLUSTRATED CATHOLIC AMERICAN. Every 
Tuesday. Roman Catholic. Illustrated. Established 
1880. P. V. Hickey, publisher. Subscription, $3 ; esti- 
mated circulation, 6000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of 
columns, 14 1-4 inches, width, 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 time, 30 cents ; 4 to 13 times. 25 cents ; 
13 to 26 times, 20 cents : over 26 times, 15 cents per line 
per time. Cuts same price. 11 Barclay street. 

ILLUSTRATED CHRISTIAN WEEKLY. Every 
Saturday. Evangelical. Illustrated. Established 1871. 
American Tract Society, editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription, $2.50; estimated circulation, 28 000 ; 12 pages, 
4 columns ; length of columns, 14 1-8 inches, width, 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rate*, agate, 30 cents per line each 
insertion ; 3 months. 27 cents ; 6 months, 25 cents ; 1 
year, 20 cents per line per time. Cuts same price. 
Publishers' notices, minion, 50 cents ; agate, 40 cents 
per line. 150 Nassau street. 



ILLUSTRATED TIMES. Every Wednesday. Sport- 
ing. Illustrated. Established 1876. Thos. P. Daggett, 
editor. New York Publishing House, proprietors. Sub- 
scription, $4; claimed circulation, 90.000; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns, 14 3-8 inches, width, 21-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1 per line each 
insertion Cuts same price. Reading notices, $2 per 
line. 15 Murray street. 

Advt. page 48. 

INDEPENDENT. Every Thursday. Undenomina- 
tional. Established 1848. Wm. Hayes Ward, editor. 
Henry C. Bowen, proprietor. Subscription, $3 ; esti- 
mated circulation, 18,000; 32 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns, 141-4 inches, width. 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, 1 time, 75 cents ; 1 month, 70 cents ; 
3 months, 65 cents : 6 months, 60 cents : 1 year, 50 cents 
per line each insertion. Last page and Business notices, 
15 cents per line more than ordinary rate for same time. 
Illustrated advertisements, 25 cents, per line more than 
ordinary rates. Reading notices, $1. Financial notices, 
$2 per agate line. 251 Broadway. 

IRISH AMERICAN. Every Satnrdav. Democratic. 
Established 1849. P. J. Mee'han and T. F. Meehan, 
editors. Lynch, Cole & Meehnn, proprietors. Sub- 
scription, $2.50 ; estimated circulation. 16,000; 8 pages, 
6 columns : length of columns, 20 1-2 inches, width, 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents; 3 months, 
20 cents ; 6 months. 15 cents ; 1 year, 12 1-2 cents per line 
each insertion. Cuts same price. Special notices, 40 
cents'; Reading notices, 50 cents per hue each insertion. 
12 Warren street. 

IRISH NATION. Every Saturday. Established 1881. 
John Devoy, editor and proprietor. Subscription, $2.50; 
Estimated circulation, 650 > ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; 
length of columns, 20 1-3 inches, width, 2 3-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time, 15 cents ; 1 month, 
40 cents ; 3 months, $1 per line. Cuts same price. 25 
Park place. 

IRISH WORLD. Every Saturday. Established 1870. 
Patrick Ford, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
$2 50 ; estimated circulation, R5,000 ; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns ; length of columns, 21 3-4 inches, width, 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, ordinary, 60 cents ; 8th 
page, 75 cents ; Reading notices, 75 cents ; Reading 
notice, 8th page, $1.25 per line each insertion. No extra 
charge for cuts. 56 and 58 Park place. 

IRON AGE.--Every Thursday. Hardware and Metal 
Trades. Established 1855. James C. Bavles, editor. 
David Williams, proprietor. Subscription, $4.50 ; 
estimated circulation, 7500; 44 to 60 pages, 5 columns ; 
length of columns, 16 8-4 inches, width, 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, per inch, 1 time, $3.50 ; 1 month, 
$7.50 ; 8 months, $15 ; months, $25 ; 1 year, $40. Cuts 
same price. 83 Reade street. 

JEWISH MESSENGER. Every Friday. Jewish. 
Established 1857. A. 8. Isaacs, editor. Joseph Davis, 
publisher. Subscription, $5 ; claimed circulation, 6000; 
8 pages, 6 columns ; length of column, 19 inches, width, 
2 3-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, per line, 1 time, 
20 cents ; 1 month, 50 cents ; 3 months, $1.25; 1 year, 
$3. Cuts same price. 177 Grand street. 

JOHN SWINTON'S PAPER. Everv Saturday. In- 
dependent. Established 1883. John Swinton, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription, $1 ; claimed circulation, 
5000; 4 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns, 18 1-2 in- 
ches, width, 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
10 cents per line each insertion. Cuts same price. 21 
Park row. 

JUDGE. Every Saturday. Comic. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1881. Judge Publishing Co., editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, $5 ; estimated circulation, 
25,000; 16 pages. 3 columns; length of columns, 11 1-4 
inches, width, 2 5-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
30 cents per line each insertion. Cuts same price. 324, 
326, and 328 Pearl street. 

JUSTICE. Every Wednesday. Anti-Monopoly. Es- 
tablished 1882. John C. Sarstield, editor. Justice Pub- 
lishing Co., publishers. Subscription, $2; claimed 
circulation, 15,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of 
columns, 13 1-2 inches, width, 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 12 1-2 cents per line each insertion. Cuts 
same price. Reading notices, 20 cents per line. 28 West 
Broadway. 



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of the City, Brooklyn, Jersey City, Hoboken, etc., at fifteen cents per 
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KATIIOLISCHES VOLKSBLATT.-Every Thursday. 
German. Catholic. Established 1878. Herman Kidder, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, $2.50; claimed 
circulation, 24,600 ; 8 pages, 7 columns < length of col- 
uinus. 21 inches, width, a 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 20 cents per liue each insertion. Cuts same 
price. 1 Chambers street. 

Advt. page 318. 

KEYNOTE. Every Saturday. Musical and The- 
atrical. Illustrated. Established 1883. Frederic Archer, 
editor John J. King, proprietor. Subscription, $4; 
estimated circulation, 451)0 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; 
length of columns, 13 1-2 inches, width, 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 20 cents per line each in- 
sertion ; 1 inch, $20 for each 3 months. Cuts same price. 
38 E. 14th street. 

LIFE. Every Tuesday. Humorous. Illustrated. 
Established 1883. H. G. Carleton, editor. J. A. Mitch- 
ell & Andrew Miller, proprietors. Subscription, $5 ; 
claimed circulation, 21,000 ; 16 pages, 3 columns ; 
length of columns, 9 inches, width, 2 5-14 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line eacti insertion. 
Cuts same price. Discounts: 3 months, 10 per cent; 
months, 20 per cent; 1 year, 33 1-3 per cent. 1155 Broad- 
way. 

MASTERY. Every Thursday. Juvenile. Illustrated. 
Established 1883. Subscription, $3 ; estimated circu- 
lation, 5000; 20 pages, 2 columns; length of columns, 
7 3-4 inches, width, 2 2-3 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 30 cents per line each insertion. Cuts same price. 
25 Beekman street. 

MECHANICS. Every Saturday. Mechanical. Illus- 
trated. Established 1882. David Williams, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription, $2.50; estimated circulation, 
500SJ ; 28 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns, 11 inches, 
width, 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
1 time, S2 ; 1 month, $5.25; 3 months, $12.50 ; 6 months, 
$20 ; 1 year, $35. Ten inches or more, 10 per cent dis- 
count. Cuts same price. Last page and next to leading 
matter, 25 per cent additional. 83 Reade street. 

MEDICAL JOURNAL. Every Saturday. Medical. 
Established 1864. Frank P. Foster, M.D., editor. D. 
Appleton & Co., proprietors. Subscription, $5. Claimed 
circulation, WOO: 48 pages, 2 columns: length of columns 
S> ; ., inches, width 3% inches; 1, 3 and 5 Bond St. Adver- 
tising rates furnished on application to publisher or Jno. 
P. Pnillips & Co., 29 Park row, New York. ' 

MEDICAL RECORD. Every Saturday. Medical. Estab- 
lished 1866. Geo. F. Shrady, A.M., M.D., editor. Win. 
Wood & Co., proprietors. Subscription $5; claimed cir- 
culation 1(1,000; 28 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 
10j< inches, width 2^ inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1-10 column 1 time $4; 1 mouth $12: 3 monUl8$33; 
1 year $90. 1 column 1 time $30; 1 mouth $85; 3 months 
g-ho- 1 year $700. Cuts same price. No large cuts in- 
serted. 5(i and 58 Lafayette place. 

MERCANTILE JOURNAL. Every Saturday. Com- 
mercial. Established 1863. New York Mercantile Journal 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $4; estimated 
circulation 5500; 8 pages,? columns; length of columns 22^' 
inches, width 2% inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 time. 
$1.50 per inch; 1 month $5; 3 months $13, 1 year 3!). Cuts 
ssime price. Discounts $50, 5 per cent; $100, 10 per cent; 
200, 15 per cent. 182 Front street. 
Advt. page 38. 

MERCHANTS' AND MANUFACTURERS' REVIEW. 
Every Saturday. Commercial. Established 1872. David 
Nevin, proprietor. Subscription $5; claimed circulation 
55.iO; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 11 l / z inches, 
width 2 3-4 inches. Advertising rates per nonpareil line 
25 cents each insertion; cuts same price; Reading matter 
(10 cents per line. 96 and !)S Broadway. 

Circulation larger than any similar 
paper published in tlie United States. 

Ail rt. page 344. 
M KUCHANTS' RE VIEW. Every Friday. Commercial. 
Established 18.SO. C. E. Bishop, editor. J. Edward Cowles, 
proprietor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 5000 
4S pages, 3 columns; length of columns 13 inches, width 
2 3-4 mcties. Advertising rates, nonpareil, i inch 1 time 
$3 ; subsequent insertions half price ; cuts same price. 
4S Hudson street. 

METAL WORKER. Every Thursday. Mechanical 
Established 1874. James C. Bayles, editor. David Will- 
iams, proprietor. Subscription $1.80; estimated circu- 
lation 40UO ; 36 to 70 pages ; 4 columns ; length of col- 



umns 14 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, per inch 1 time $1.50 ; 1 month $5 ; 3 months 
$10 : 6 months $17.50 ; 1 year $30 ; cuts same price. 83 
Reade street. 

MILLER'S JOURNAL. Every Wednesday. Mechan- 
ical. Illustrated. Established 1868. Miller's Journal 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $2 ; esti- 
mated circulation 6800 : 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of 
columns 14 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time' $3 ; 2 times $5 ; 1 month 
$9 ; 3 months $20 ; 6 months $32 ; 1 year $50 ; 4 incues 1 
year $145 ; cuts same price. 74 Duane street. 

MINING RECORD. Every Saturday. Mining. Estab- 
ished 1S77. Alex. R. Chisolm and. Thomas Jordan, ed- 
.tors. Mining Record Printing and Publishing Co., pro- 
n-ietors. Subscription $4 ; claimed circulation 5000 ; 
J8 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 11 1-4 inches, 
width.2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time S3; 1 month $10; 3 months $20 ; 6 months $35 ; 
1 year $60 ; Special nonces and last jAise 60'per cent ; 1st 
page 100 per cent extra ; cuts same prices. 61 Broad- 
way. 

Advt. page 60. 

MIRROR. Every Thursday. Dramatic. Established 
1878. Harrison Grey Fiske, editor. Mirror Newspaper 
Co., proprietors. Subscription $4 ; estimated circulation 
5000; 12 pages, 5 columns; length of columns 17 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
15 cents per line each insertion : cuts same price ; read- 
ing notices 25 cents per line. Discounts for cash in ad- 
vance ; 4 times 10 percent; 8 times 15 per cent; 13 
times 20 percent ; 26 times 25 per cent. 12 Union square. 

MUSICAL COURIER. Every Wednesday. Musical. 
Established 1880. Blumenberg & Floersheim, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $4 ; estimated circulation 
6000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 3-4 
inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 inch 3 months $20 ; 4 inches $60. Cuts same price. 25 
East 14th street. 

NACHRICHTEN AUS DEUTSCHLAND UNO DER 
SCHWE1Z. Every Saturday. German. Established 1867. 
C. Pftrsching, editor arid proprietor. Subscription $5 ; 
estimated circulation 17,000: 8 pages, 7 columns ; length 
of columns 20 1-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil,!' inch $2.50 each insertion ; 3 months 
$25: 6 months $40; 1 year $75 ; cuts same price. 118 
William street. 

NATIONAL POLICE GAZETTE. Every Wednes- 
day. Illustrated. Established 1816. Richard K. Fox, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $4 ; claimed cir- 
culation 150,000; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 
14 inches, width .2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
$1 per line each insertion. No extra charge for cuts or 
double column. Franklin sq. and Dover street. 

OBSERVER. Every Thursday. Evangelical. Estab- 
lished 1823. The New York Observer, editors, and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $3.15 ; claimed circulation 27,- 
000; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 23 inches, 
width 2% inches. Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price. Discounts on or- 
ders in 6 months ; $50, 10 per cent ; $100, 15 per cent ; 
$200, 20 per cent ; $300, 25 per cent. No advertisment 
counted less than 5 lines. Business notices or double 
'column advertisements 40 cents per line each insertion 
(no discounts). 31 and 32 Park row. 

For advertisers the New York Observer 
is an unrivalled medium, on account oi* 
its 1/arge Circulation (larger than any 
other paper of its class), its Kliuli Keputa- 
tioii, and the Character oi" its Headers. 
The leading business Houses advertise 
largely in it, and iind that it pays. 

PUCK Every Wednesday. Humorous. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1877. H. C. Banner, editor. Keppler& Sctiwarz- 
mann, proprietors. Subscription $5 ; claimed circulation 
81500 ; 16 pages. 3 columns : length ol columns 11 1-2 in- 
ches, width 2 7-12 inches. Advertising rates, agate, $1 per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price. Preferred positions 
25 to 75 per cent extra. Discounts : 50 lines 5 per cent ; 
100 lines 7 1-2 per cent ; 200 lines 10 per cent ; 300 lines 
15 per cent ; 500 lines 20 per cent ; 1000 lines 25 per 
cent. 23 Warren street. 

See and READ our advertisement on 
page 26. 

Advt. page 26. 



22 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.'S 



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for quick results. 

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Largest circulation of any daily newspaper in New York State outside 
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THE TROY WEEKLY TIMES, 

75,OOO READERS. 

Reaches more Farmers than any other weekly newspaper published 
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NEWSPAPER KATE-BOOK. 



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PUCK. EveryWednesday. German. Humorous. Illus- 
trated. Established 1876. Dr. L. Scheuck, editor. Keppier 
& Schwarzmann, proprietors. Subscription $5 ; claimed 
circulation 21,220; 20 paues, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns 11 1-2 inches, width 3 7-12 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, per line 1 time 38 cents ; 1 month $1.20 3 months 
$2.95 ; 6 months $4.85 ; 1 year $7.50. Preferred positions 
25 to 75 per cent extra. Cuts same price. 23 Warren st. 

REDPATH'S ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.- Every 
Saturday. Illustrated. Established 1876. James Red- 
path, editor and publisher. Subscription $2.50 ; estimated 
circulation 17,000 ; 16 page?. 4 columns; length of col- 
umns 14 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil. 1 inch 1 time $2.50 ; 1 month $6.25 ; 3 months 
$16.75 ; 6 mouths $30.75 ; 1 year $54 ; 2 inches 1 year 
$100 ; 4 inches $194 ; cuts same price. Outside page 1-4 
extra. 6 Park place. 

RURAL NEW YORKER. Every Saturday. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1844. E. S. Carman, manager. Sub- 
scription, $2; estimated circulation, 35,000; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns 14 inches, width 21 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, ordinary, 30 cents per line each 
insertion. Yearly orders, or 1000 lines to be used in a 
year, 25 cents per line. Cuts same price. Special posi- 
tions ^ extra. Reading notices with "Adv.," per line, 
minion leaded, 75 cents. 34 Park row. 

SANITARY ENGINEER. Every Thursday. Scien- 
tific. EstabliFhed 1877. Henry C. Meyer, editor. Will- 
iam Gibson, Jr., publisher. Subscription, $4; claimed 
circulation, 7100; 24 pages, 4 columns; length of columns, 
12 inches, width 2^ inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
per inch, 1 time, $2.10; 6 times, $11.40: 13 times, $22.10; 
1 year, $60; 1 year, E. O. W. $41.60. Cuts same price. 
140 William street 

SCHWAEBISCHES WOCHENBLATT. Every Wed- 
nesday. German. Established 1877. G. Heerhrandt, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, $2.50; claimed 
circulation, 13,500; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns, 19 inches, width 2}i inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, per inch, 75 cents each insertion; 1 year, $20. 
Cuts same price. 24 Beekman street. 

SCHOOL JOURNAL. Every Saturday. Educational. 
Established 1870. Amos M. Kellogg, editor. E. L. Kel- 
logg & Co., proprietors. Subscription, $2 ; claimed cir- 
culation, 16,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
12^ inches, width 2^ inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
per inch, 1 time, $2; 3 months, $20.80; 6 months, $40; 
1 year, $75. Cuts same price. Reading notices 25 cents 
per line. 21 Park place. 

The oldest, best, and lias the largest cir- 
culation of any Educational Weekly. 

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Every Saturday. Scientific. 
Illustrated. Ksiablished 1845. Munnjfc Co. .editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, $3.20; estimated circulation, 50,- 
000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 11% inches, 
width 2% inches. Advertising rates, agate, inside pages, 
75 cents; last page, $1. Business and personal $1 per line 
each insertion. Cuts same price. 361 Broadway. 
Advt. page 106. 

SCOTTISH AMERICAN JOURNAL.-Every Thurs- 
day. Established 1857. A. M. Stewart, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription. $3; claimed circulation, 15,000; 8 
pages, 5 columns; length of columns 19 inches, width 2^ 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per line 
each insertion. Cuts same price. Discount for Ion 
time and large space. 23 Rose street. 
Advt. paffe 60. 

SEWING MACHINE JOURNAL. Every Thursday. 
Sewing Machine Interests. Established 1873. H. J.. 
Thomas, editor. C. A. Lovejoy, proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.50; claimed circulation, 5000; 8 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns 15J^ inches, width 2% inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1.50 per inch. Discounts 
for long time. Cuts same price. 73 Bible House. 

SHOE AND LEATHER REPORTER. -Every Thurs- 
day. Commercial. Established 1857. Isaac H. Bailey, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, $3.50; estimated 
circulation, 5500; 44 pages, 4 columns; length of' col- 
umns 14J4 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 10 lines, 1 time, $2.50; 3 months, $12; 6 months, 
$21; 1 year, $35; 40 lines, 1 time, $7.20; 3 months, $48; 6 
months, $85; 1 year, $130. Discounts for greater space. 
Cuts same price. Last page, or opposite editorial page 1-2 
extra. Business notices 50 cents per line each insertion. 
17 Spruce street. 



SPIRIT OF THE TIMES. Every Saturday. Sport- 
ing. Established 1831. E. A. Buck, editor and propri- 
etor. Subscription, $5; estimated circulation, 12,000; 
24 to 32 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 14 inches, 
width 2'/( inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, agate, 
per line, 1 time, 50 cents; 2 times, 80 cents ; 1 month, 
$1.25; 2 months, $1.85; 3 months, $2.50; 6 months, $3.50; 
1 year, $5. Cuts same price. 101 Chambers street. 

SPORTSMAN. Every Saturday. Sporting. Estab- 
lished 1875. W. C. C. Mehlbach, editor and publisher. 
Subscription, $4; estimated circulation, 7000; 16 to 
24 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 16 inches, 
width 2J< inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time, 
40 cents; 1 month. $1; 8 months, $2; 6 months, $3; 1 
year, $5 per line. Cuts same price. 29 and 31 Chatham 
street. 

SUNDAY COURIER. Democratic. Established 1845. 
James L. Ford, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
$2; estimated circulation, 7000; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns 19% inches, width 2|| inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, 1 time, 15 cents; 3 months, $1.50 per 
line. Cuts same price. 23 Dey street. 

SUNDAY DEMOCRAT. Democratic. Established 
1870. Robert White, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion, $2.50; estimated circulation, 20,000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns, 20& inches, width 2^j' inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, ordinary and cuts, each in- 
sertion, 25 cents. City items 30 cents. Business notices 
35 cents per line. 25 Beekman street. 

SUNDAY MERCURY. Every Sunday. Independent 
Democratic. Established 1839. Win. Cauldwell, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription, $2; claimed circulation, 
75,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of column a3 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, per agate line, each 
insertion, 8th page, 25 cents; 7th page, 30 cents; 5th 
page, 35 cents. Special notices 35 cents. Business notices 
40 cents. Local miscellany 50 cents. No cuts, double 
column, or large type inserted. 3 Park row. 
Advt. page 52. 

SUNDAY TIMES AND MESSENGER. Indepen- 
dent. Established 1841. Subscription, $2; estimated 
circulation, 7000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 
20J4 inches, width 2^ inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
1 time, 15 cents; 3 months, $1.50 per line. Cuts same 
price. 18 Ann street. 

SUNDAY UNION. Roman Catholic. Temperance. 
Established 1873. James William O'Brien, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription. $2; estimated circulation, 10,- 
000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2J inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, ordi- 
nary advertisments and cuts, each insertion, 25 cents. 
Business notices 35 cents per line. 34 Park row 

TABLET. Every Saturday. Roman Catholic. Estab- 
lished 1857. Michael Kerwin, publisher. Subscription, 
$2.50; estimated circulation, 7500; 16 pages, 5 columns; 
length of columns 16 inches, width 2*4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents per line. Cuts same 
price. Reading matter 50 cents per line. Reductions for 
continued insertions. 7 Barclay street. 

TEL EPHON. Every Tuesday. German. Literary. 
Established 1881. George Stein, editor and 'proprietor. 
Subscription, $2.50; estimated circulation, 5000, 8 pages, 
4 columns: length of columns 14% inches, width 2g in- 
ches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 20 cents per line per 
nsertion. Cuts saine price. 85 and 87 William street. 

THOMPSON'S BANK NOTE AND COMMERCIAL 
REPORTER. Every Saturday and monthly. Banking. 
Established 1836. Thompson's Bank Note and Comnu r- 
cial Reporter Co., publishers. Subscription, $5; esti- 
mated circulation, 5000; weekly, 16 pages; monthly, 72 
pages; 3 columns; length of columns W l / 2 inches, width 
23^ inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, 1 monih, 
$5; 3 months, $12; 6 months, $20. Cuts same price. 25 
Park place. 

The oldest and most widely circulated 
Dank Newspaper in the I . S. 
Advt. page 330. 

TRUTH SEEKER Every Saturday. Free Thought. 
Established 1874. E. M. Macdonald, editor. Truth 
Seeker Co. (C. P. Somerby, business manager), propri- 
etors. Subscription $3: claimed circulation 7000; 16 
pasres, 4 columns; length of columns 14^ inches, width 
2K inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1 per inch 
each insertion. Cuts same price. 33 Clinton place. 



24 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO ' 



" THE WALL STREET DAILY NEWS is one of the most fearless and wide-awake financial journals in the world." 
Host on Herald. 

"No one can deny the ability and energy with which THE WALL STREET DAILY NEWS is managed." Anylo- 
jLmericau Times (London), Enylnnd. 

"THE WALL STREET DAILY NEWS is the best financial paper published." The Kanlter and llroJeer. 

" THE WALL STREET DAILY NEWS is the leading and best financial paper we have ever seen." Jieattie Kootn- 
erany. 

WALL STREET DAILY NEWS, 

ESTABLISHED 1879. 

CHAS. D. KEEP, Editor and Proprietor, 
No. 49 EXCHANGE PLACE, 

NEW YORK. 



THE WALL STREET DAILY NEWS is a daily financial journal devoted entirely to Wall Street interests. It is 
recognized as a financial authority of the most trustworthy character, and contains contributions from all the great 
bankers and leaders of the stock market. 

It contains a full list of Government, Railway, and other securities actively dealt in on Wall Street. 

Its advices from the Grain, Cotton, Petroleum, and Foreign Markets are of the most complete character. 

It issues free to its subscribers each week a complete chart showing the visible supply of Grain in the United 
States at the different Grain centres and in transit, and a summary of the same. 



It issues free to its subscribers a weekly supplement showing the time and date of the opening and closing of 
stock transfer books, payment of dividends, meetings of corporations, etc., in the United States and Canada. 

It issues free to its subscribers on the first publication day of every month a complete chart, showing the highest 
and lowest prices of Stocks for the preceding month. 

THE WALL STREET DAILY NEWS is more extensively quoted by the press throughout the United States and 
Canada and the leading journals of Europe than any other financial journal published in this country. 

Banks, Bankers, Brokers, Capitalists. Investors, Holders of Bonds and Stocks, Dealers in Securities, and all 
others interested iu financial matters will find THE WALL STUEET DAILY NEWS an invaluable assistant and guide. 



THE WALL STREET D\ILY NEWS is mailed to out-of-town subscribers (postpaid; eight hours in advance of the 
New York morning daily papers. 

THE WALL STREET DAILY NEWS circulates entirely and exclusively among the leading Banks, Bunkers, Brokers, 
Investor- and Speculators, and the most intelligent and wealthy classes generally throughout the United States, 
Europe, and Canada. 

Sis compact form, clear style of type, and systematic classification, combined with 
tlie prominent and sliowy position* gi vcn. nerves to make an advertisement In 1'hc 
Wall Street Dally News," however small, attract the widest attention. 

Its circulation in New York and throughout the United States, TCurope, and 
Canada is greater than that of all the other Financial Journals published in ,\'< i w 
York combined, or three times greater than any one of them. 

It Is the best medium for advertisers who wish to reach the wealthier classes. 



Advertisements of fine clothing, diamonds, jewelry, yachts, carriages, fine harness 
and horses, art furniture, decorations, costly rugs, carpets, shawls, pictures, wines, 
etc., in the columns of "The \Vall Street Daily Mews," are read by the class of 
people the advertisers specially appeal to. 

Subscriptions in "Advance. 
One Year, $5.00. Six!Months, $3.00. 

ADVERTISING RATES. 

Agate Space (14 lines to the inch), Single Insertion, per Line. (Fractions of lines charged as'full line?.) 
Fourth Page, Classified ------ --.-20 Cents. 

Second (Editorial) Page, Displayed - - - - - - - -' 50 " 

Second (Editorial) Page, Heading Notice, with word Adv. added - - 75 " 

Special rates for time contracts. 

No extra charge for Cuts. 

No advertisements taken for lees than the price of five lines. 

Advertisements for o;ie month or longer CM be changed or altered at pleasure, without extra charge. 
Out-of-town or first orders mu?t be accompanied by a remittance or first-class New York Cify references. 



NEWSPA PER RA TE-B OK. 



25 



TURF, FIELD AND FARM. Every Friday. Sport- 
ing. Agricultural. Established 1865. 8. D. & L. C. 
15rnce and H. Busbey, editors. Turf, Field and Farm 
Association, proprietors. Subscription $5; estimated 
circulation 12,000; 20 pages, 4 columns'; length of columns 
Ki inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 time, 45 cents; 1 month, $1.20; 3 months, $2.40; 6 
mouths, $3.65 per line ; cuts same price. Special notices 
65 c -nts ; Reading notices $1 per line. 39 and 41 Park 
row. 

UM DIE WELT. Every Saturday. German. Liter- 
nry. Illustrated. Established 1881. Keppler & Schwarz- 
niani], editors and proprietors. Subscription $5; claimed 
circulation 18.735; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
13 inches, width 2J4" inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
per line, 1 lime, 38 cents; 4 times, $1.20; 3 months,$2.95; 
t> months, $4.85; 1 year, $7.50. Cuts same price. 23 War- 
run street. 

UNITED IRISHMAN. Every Saturday. Irish Rev- 
olutionary. Established 18&0. O'Donovan Rossa, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription |2 ; claimed circulation 
25.000 ; 4 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 22 inches, 
width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line 
each insertion 10 cents ; cuts same price. 12 Chambers 
street. 

THE UNITED IRISHMAN. The organ 
of the Advanced I rish ,\;>t ion:i lits. the I<V- 
niaii Brotherhood, and the United Irish- 
men. Subscription $2 a year. O'Donovan 
KoMsa, publisher, 12 Chambers si.. New 
York. 

Advt. page 348. 

UNITED STATES ECONOMIST AND DRY GOODS 
REPORTER. Every Saturday. Commercial. Estab- 
lis led 1846. Joseph Mackey, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $5; estimated circulation 5000; 8 pages, 8 col- 
umns : length of columns 26 3 4 inches, width 21-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time .'$2.50, 1 month 
$10, 3 months, $25; 20 lines 1 year $80 ; cuts same price ; 
1(. is, ness card 1 year $10. 3 Beach street. 

WATCH TOWER. Every Thursday. Baptist. Estab- 
lished 1877. Rev. Frank Rogers Mor%, editor. The 
Watch Tower Publishing Co., proprietor*. Subscription 
$1 ; claimed circulation 5000 ; 4 pages, 7 columns; length 
.f columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 12 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 8 cents, Special notices 10 cents, Reading no- 
tices 20 cents per line each insertion ; cuts nothing extra. 
Discounts $10, 5 per cent; $20, 10 per cent; $30, 15 per 
cent ; $50, 20 per cent ; $75, 25 per cent ; $100, 30 per 
cent.. Solid cuts required. 40 Fulton street. 

WEEKLY. Every Monday. Literary. Established 
1855. Street & Smith, editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription $3 ; claimed circulation 200,000; 8 pa<;es, 5 col- 
umns ; length of columns 18 1-2 inches, width 2 3-7 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, ordinary. i$1.25 each insertion; 
<MUS and reading notices ,j>2 50 per line. No extra charge 
for double columns. 25 to 31 Rose street. 
Advt. page 30. 

WITNESS. Every Thursday. A Newspaper advocat- 
ing Christianity and Temperance. Established 1871. John 
Dougall, editor. John Dougall & Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scr.ption $1; claimed circulation 105,000; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of column 19 3-4 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, 75 cents per agate line each inse:tion; 
cuts same price; Reading notices $1.25 per line. 17 to 21 
Yandewatcr street. 

The great care taken to exclude sensa- 
tional and fraudulent advertisement", to- 
geilier with tlie Immense circulation of 
iln- Witness, causes it to be more profit- 
able to advertisers than any other me- 
dium. 

Advt. page 32. 

YOUNG MEN OF AMERICA.-Every Thursday. Lir- 
er.u-y. Estiblished 1877. Frank Tousey, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription $250; claimed circulation 92.500; 
8 pages, 5 columns; length cf columns 16 3-4 inches, 
width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, agate 50 cents per 
line each insertion; cuts same price. 34 and 36 North 
Moore street. 

ART INTERCHANGE. Every other Thursday. Art 
Work and Decoration. Illustrated. Established 1878. -I. 
Redding, editor. William Whitlock, proprietor. Sub- 
cr.ription $3; estimated circulation 0700; 10 pages, 3 col- 
umns: length of columns 10 1-4 inches, width 2.1-2 



inches. Advertising rates, agat*-, inside pages 15 eenl>, 
outside pages 20 cents per line each insertion; light cut* 
(inside pages only) same price. Discounts, 13 times 20 
per cent ; 1 year 33 1-3 per cent. 140.Nassau street. 

Highest class circulation. Principally 
among Intelligent ladles. 

GROCER'S JOURNAL. -Every other Tuesday. Estab- 
lished 1879. Chas. Clucas, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $2 : estimated circulation 3000 ; 28 pages, 3 col- 
nnii.s; length of columns 13 inches, width 27-8 inches. 
Advi rti.-ing rates, nonpareil, 1-16 page 3 months $15, 
months $25, 1 year $-10; 1 8 p.-ige 3 months $25, 6 months 
$40, 1 year $75 ; 1-2 page 3 months $75, 6 months $125, 1 
year $225 ; cuts same price. 33 Park row. 
Advt. prje 330. 

MECHANICAL ENGINEER. -Every other Monday. 
So.ient.ific. Illustrated. Established 1881. Egbert P. 
Watson, edittr. Egbert P. Watson & Son, proprietors. 
Subscription $2 ; estimated circulation 4000 ; 16 pages. 4 
columns : length of columns 13 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1st page of cover 
$2.40 each insertion, 1 year $50; 2d, 3d and 4th cover pages 
$1.80 each insertion, 1 year $40 ; cuts same price. 150 
Nassau street. 

ADVOCATE AND FAMILY GUARDIAN: 1st and 

15th of each month. Religions. Established 1835. Helen 
E. Brown, editor. American Female Guardian 1 Society, 
publishers. Subscription $1; estimated circulation, 15,- 
000 ; 16 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 9 1-3 inches, 
width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1-2 inch 75 
cents, 1 inch $1.50, 1-4 column $3. 1 column $9 each in- 
sertion ; c::ts same price. 29 East 29th street. 

BONFORT'S WINE AND SPIRIT CIRCULAR. 
lOtli and 25th of each month. Commercial. Established 
1871. Bonfort & Looser, editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription $5; claimed circulation 4275; 60 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
ti-ini: rates, nonpareil, 25 cents per line each insertion'; 1 
inch 3 months $6, 6 months $11, 1 year $20; cuts s;mie 
price ; cover page and opposite reading matter double. 
46 Beaver street. 

Advt. page 50. 

MECHANICAL NEWS. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Mechanical. Established 1871. Quincy A. Petts, editor. 
James Lett'el & Co., proprietors. Subscription f 1; claimed 
circulation 18,30U ; 16 pages. 4 columns; length of col- 
umns 13 1-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates 
per airate line each insertion, ordinary 30 cents; next 
reading and last page 40 cents ; Special notices 50 cents 
per line. Discount on 10 lines and upward 3 times, 10 per 
cent; 3 months, 15 per cent; 6 months, 25 per cent; 1 
year, 40 per cent. No discount on Special notices. 110 
Liberty street. 

MUSICAL CRITIC AND TRADE REVIEW. 5th and 
20th of each month. Musical. Established 1879. Charles 
A very Welles, editor and proprietor. Subscription $2; 
claimed circulation 8000; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns 12 1-2 inches, width 23-4 inches, Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 3 months $14 ; on cover $20; cuts 
same price. 864 Broadway. 

The Recognized Organ of the Musicians 
aitd Music Trade of America. 

OPERATOR. 1st and 15th of each month. Telegraphy. 
Established 1871. VV J. John'ton. editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 10,300; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns 14 1-4 inches, width 21-4 
indie". Advertisinir rates, agate, $1.50 per inch each in- 
sertion. 9 Murray street. 

Largest Circulating Telegraphic Jour- 
nal published. 

PUPILS' COMPANION. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Kcl icationa!. Established 1883. C. W. Hagar, editor And 
proprietor. Subscription 75 cents ; claimed circulation 
5000 ; 16 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 9 inches, 
width 3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time $1, 1-4 page $4, 1 page #13; 1 page 1 lime outside 
$15: cuts same pr ce. 10 p,-r cent discount for 3 mouths.; 
20 per cent lor b months or longer. 6'J7 Broadway. 
Advt. page 68. 

TECIINIKER. 1st and 15th of each month. German. 
Mechanical. Illustrated. EstaDlished 1878. Paul (Joe- 
pel, editor. Goepel it Kae^oner. propiietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2: claimed circulation 5o;i > : 20 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns 14 inches, width 21-4 inches. Au\er- 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.' ft 



HELLO ! 



HELLO! HELLO! 



I'm PUCK! 

I COME FROM PDCKYILLE, PUCE COUNTY, PUCKANSAf, 

AND I AM ALL HERE 



7TYHY do I want to take yon by your lify -white hand) 
v*>y and lead you away into a corner, and talk with 
you ? Do I want to tell you where yon can ftnd a dumb 
barber, or a landlord who is too 
bashful to collect his rents ? 

No, not particularly. I pimply 
wish to corral your attention, and 
induce you to answer the follow- 
ing questions : 

1. Where do see FUCK? 

ANSWER. Everywhere. 

2. Where don't yon see I' UCK ',' 

ANSWER. Nowhere. 

You don't see PUCK nowhere ? 
That is not grammar. You mean 
there is nowhere that you doii't see 
fVCK. 

But what are the facts t 

Here they are : In the GiWed 
Halls of Luxury, in the Humble' 
Hovel of Honest Poverty, in the 
Barber's Shop, in the Millionaire's 
Private Office, in the Establish- 
ment of the Dispenser of Spirit- 
uous Refreshments', in the Sunday- 
School, in the Library of every 
Military Post and Man-of-War, in 
the Work-shop, in the Heading- 



, in the Cafe, in the Library, in the Parlor, in the 
Third-story-back Room, in the Legislative Halls*, in tb e 
Chamber of Commerce, in the Russian Bath, in the 
Hotel, in the Billiard-room, in the 
Boudoir, in the Sick-room, in 
the Doctor's Office, in the Palace 
Car, on the Steamship, in every 
Club Reading-room, on every re- 
spectable. Newsdealer's Stand you 
tee PUCK. 

Everybody reads PUCK 
Everybody talks about 
PUCK, 

Have yon not observed that in 
places where no other illustrated 
paper is to be found, PUCK i 
always o* hand ? 

Is there ever a political crisis, 
or a )<reat social event, when peo- 
ple do not say : '''Wonder what 
PUCK will have about it next 
Week ?" 

Oh, you have noticed these little 
things ? Well, we thought yon 
had. Very well, then, what i- th<; 
logical conclusion to be drawn 
therefrom ? 

That P UCK is the Best Paper 
to Advertise in. Therefore, 




ADVERTISE IN PUCK. 



Discounts; 5 per cent on 50 line?, 7<4 per cent 
good, healthy rates; 
n PUCK lends yon 



His rates are $1 per Agate line for each insertion. Discounts; 5 per cent on 
on 100, 10 per cent on 300, 15 per cent on 300, 20 per cent on 500, 25 per cent on 1000. They are 
but if you want to have a good thing, you must pay fairly for it; and you are not overcharged whe 
liis circulation to benefit your business. 

Now sit down in your easy-chair and look over the list of the papers you advertise in, and judge for yourself if 
there is one that gives you so much circulation, of so good a sort, as PUCK gives you for the money. 

Listen to my warbling, and set the gray matter in your convoluted brain to work, and if you want more informa- 
tion on this subject, you may write to 

KEPPLER & SCHWARZMANN, Publishers of PUCK, 



Or to JOHN F. PIIIT.IJPS & Co., 29 Park Row, N, Y. 



23 Warren Street, New "Sork. 



NE W8PA PER RA TE- D OK. 



Using rates, nonpareil, 25 cents per line each insertion ; 1 
year $3 per line ; cuts same price. Corner Chatham and 
Centre streets. 

AGRICULTURAL REVIEW AND INDUSTRIAL 

MONTHLY. Monthly. American Industries. Established 
1881. Joseph H. Reall, editor and publisher. Subscription 
$3; estimated circulation 5000; 116 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns 7 inches, width 2 1-ti inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1-16 page 1 time $5, 3 times $12, 6 times 
$20, 1 year $40; 1-4 page 1 time $15, 1 year $140; cuts 
Maine price ; 2d and 3d pages of cover and next reading 
matter 1-2 extra. 32 Park row. 

AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST. Monthly. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1842. Orange Jtidd Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $1.50 ; estimated circulation 
60,000 ; 52 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 10 1-2 
inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, or- 
dinary $1 ; last page and 3d cover page $1.25; 2d cover 
page $1.50 ; page next reading and last cover page $2 per 
line each insertion. No advertisement less than $3 each 
insertion, Discounts, on 10 lines 3 times, 5 per cent; 6 
times, 10 per cent; 9 limes, 15 per cent; 1 year, 20 per 
cent; on 40 lines 3 times, 10 per cent; 6 times, 15 per 
cent ; 9 times, 20 per cent ; 1 year 25 per cent. No extra 
charge for cuts. 751 Broadway. 

AMERIKANISCHER AGRICULTURIST. Monthly. 
German. Agricultural. Established 1842. Orange Judd 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $1.50; esti- 
mated circulation 15,000 ; 36 pages, 3 columns ; length of 
columns 10 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, ordinary 10 cents, 2d cover page 15 cents, page 
next to reading matter and last cover page 20 cents per 
line each insertion ; no extra charge for cuts. Nothing 
less than $1 each insertion. Discounts, on 10 lines 3 
times, 5 per cent; 6 times, 10 per cent; 9 times, 15 per 
cent ; 1 year, 20 per cent. ; on 40 lines 3 times, 10 per cent , 
6 times, 15 per cent ; 9 dines, 20 per cent ; 1 year, 25 per 
cent. 751 Broadway. 

AMERICAN BAZAR. Monthly. Fashions. Illustrated. 
Established 1874. W. P. Edwards, editor. The American 
Ba/ar Co., C. C. Murphy, president, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion, $1 ; sworn circulation 20,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; 
length of columns 14 inches, width 2 2-7 indies. Advertising 
rates, agate, inside pages 25 cents per line each insertion ; 
outside page 40 cents ; cuts same price ; Reading notices 
50 cents per line count ; if specified position 75 cents 
count. 202 Broadway. 

Best and Cheapest Fashion Paper In 
America. An Advertisement in its Col- 
umns fays every time. 

AMERICAN COUNTING-ROOM AND FINANCIAL 
MAGAZINE. Monthly. Bookkeeping. Selden R. Hop- 
kins, editor. Counting-room Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2.50; estimated circulation 5000; 80 pages, 2 col- 
umns ; length of columns 73-4 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time $2.50; 3 
times $6 ; cuts same price. 9 Murray street. 

Tliis magazine is a leading authority on 
subjects of commercial practice, finance, 
and business economy. Circulates every- 
where. Is the faithful exponent of busi- 
ness interests and counting-room work. 

AMERICAN DRUGGIST. Monthly. Drug; Interests 
and Medical. Established 3871. F. A. Castle, editor. Win. 
Wood & Co., proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed cir- 
culation 10,000; 60 to 80 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns 12 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1-16 column 1 year, $15 ; 1-8 column $25; 1-4 
column $40; 1 column $140. Cuts same price. 56 and 58 
Lafayette place. 

AMERICAN EXPORTER Monthly. Commercial. 
Established 1877. Root & Tinker, editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription) $2 ; estimated circulation 6000; 74 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns 12 inches, width 4 
inches. Advertising t rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $6 ; 
1-12 page 3 times $25 ; 6 times $40 ; 1 year $75. 1 page 
4 times $75. Cuts same price. Tribune building. 

AMERICAN GARDEN. Monthly. Horticultural. Es- 
tablished 1872. Dr. F. M. Hexamer, editor. B. K. Bliss 
<fc Sons, proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed circu- 
lation 25,000; 20 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 
10 3-4 inches, width" 2 \-k inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 25 cents per line each insertion. Cuts same 
price. Cover pages 50 per cent additional. Discounts: 
:i times lOjper cent; 6 tiines 20 perjcent. 34 Barclay street. 
Advt. jmffe 320. 



AMERICAN KINDERGARTEN MAGAZINE. Month- 
ly. Established 1878. Emily M. Coe, editor and proprie 
tor. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 10,000; 2<> 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-2 
inches. Advertising rates furnished on application to 
publisher or John F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, New 
York. 

AMERICAN MAIL AND EXPORT JOURNAL. 
Month'y. Commercial. Established 1877. The Lockwood 
Publishing Co., publishers. Subscription $3 ; estimated 
circulation 4500; 80 pages, 3 columns; length of column 
10 inches, width 2 t3-16 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $5 ; 3 times $14.25; 6 times $27 ; 1 
year $40; 2 inches 3 times $21; 1 year $60: 1-8 page 1 
year $100. Cuts samejprice. 74 Duane street. 

AMERICAN TOURIST GAZETTE. Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1878. Frank H. Taylor, editor. Leve & Alden, 
proprietors. Subscription $1; estimated circulation 5000; 
48 to 84 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 10 inches, 
width 3 3-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-4 
page 6 months $70 ; 1 year $100; 1-2 page 6 months $120; 
1 year $200. Cuts same price. 207 Broadway. 

ANTHONY'S PHOTOGRAPHIC BULLETIN. 
Monthly. Photography. Established 1870. E. & H. T. 
Anthony & Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $2. 
Estimated circulation 5000; 68 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns 7 1-2 indies, width 21-8inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1-8 page $3 ; 1-4 page $5 ; 1-2 page $8 ; 

1 page $15 each insertion. 3 months or longer 25 per 
cent discount. Curs same price. Special notices 25 
cents per line. 591 Broadway. 

ART AMATEUR. Monthly. Art. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1879. Montague Marks, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $4; sworn circulation 11,000 ; 44 to 60 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns 14 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line 
each insertion. Special locations 25 and 30 cents per 
line. Discount: 6 months 20 per cent; 1 year 30 per 
cent. Cuts same price. 23 Union square. 

The recognized authority on art in Amer- 
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ART JOURNAL. Monthly. Art. Illustrated. Es- 
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ers. Subscription $9 ; estimated circulation 17,000 ; 40 
pages, 3 columns: length of columns 11 inches, widtti 
2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price. 12 Dey street. 
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BEE-KEEPER'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Bees and 
Honey. Established 1869: A. J. King, editor. King <y- 
Aspinwall, proprietors. Subscription $1 ; estimated 
circulation 4500 ; 3i pages, 2 columns ; length of col- 
umns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 38 inches. Advertising rate-", 
agate, 1 time 30 cents per line ; 2 times 50 cents, 3 tiines 
60 cents, 6 times 90 cents : 1 year $1.20 ; cuts same price. 
No advertisement less than 1 inch charged for. Hi 
Thomas street. 

BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT. Monthly. 
Mechanical. Illustrated. Established 1880. M. T. 
Richardson, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1 : 
claimed circulation 5000 ; 20 pages, 3 columns ; length of 
columns 14 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, per inch per month $2.50; last page and facing 
first page reading, $3. 3 months 15 per cent discount ; ti 
months 20 per cent; 1 year 33 1-3 per cent ; cuts same 
price ; Business notices 50 cents per line. 47 Barclay 
street. 

BROWNE'S PHONOGRAPHIC MONTHLY. Month 
ly. Phonography. Established 1875. D. L. Scott-Browne, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $2 ; estimated cir- 
culation 5000 ; 32 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 8 
inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
business cards 1 time $1 ; 6 times $5 50; 1 year $10 ; 1-4 
page 1 time $10 ; 1-2 page $15 ; 1 page $25. A liberal dis- 
count on 3 months and over. Cuts same price. 23 Clin- 
ton place. 

BUILDER AND WOODWORKER.-Monthly. Me- 
chanical. - Illustrated. Established 1865. F. T. Hodgson, 
editor. F. A. Hodgson, publishers. Subscription $1 ; esti- 
mated circulation 5000; 36 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns 10 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising lates, 
nonpareil, 30 cents per line p -r time. Discounts on large 
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CARPENTRY AND BUILDING. Monthly. Building 
and Wood-working. Illustrated. Established 1879. 
David Williams, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1; 
estimated circulation 5000 : 40 pages, 3 columns ; length 
of columns 11 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time $2.50, 3 times $6.50, 6 
times $12, 1 year $20. Last page and next reading 3 
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CATHOLIC WORLD. Monthly. Roman Catholic. 
Established 1S65. Rev. I. T. Ilecker, editor. Catholic 
Publication Society, publishers. Lawrence Kehoe, man- 
ager. Subscription $4; 164 pages; length of page 7 1-2 
inches, width 4 1-3 inches. Advertising rate", nonpareil, 
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tinued insertions. Cuts same price. 9 Barclay street. 

CENTURY MAGAZINE. Monthly. Literary. Illus- 
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Century Co., proprietors. Subscription $4 ; claimed circu- 
lation 120,000 : 160 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 
7 3-4 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
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CHURCH UNION. Monthly. Undenominational. Es- 
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Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 6000 ; 16 pages, 4 
columns ; length of columns 12 inches,width 2 1-2 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 17 cents per line each insertion ; 
cuts same price. Tribune Building. 

CRICKET ON THE HEARTH. Monthly. Literary. 
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proprietor. Subscription $1 ; sworn circulation 100,000 : 

16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, each insertion, 14th and 
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matter, $1 per line ; Reading notices 75 cents per line, 
agate measurement. All advertisements measuring less 
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for cuts. 3 Park place. John F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park 
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COUNTRY MERCHANT. Monthly. Commercial. Es- 
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and proprietors. Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 
5000 ; 24 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 3-4 
inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 

1 inch 1 time $3, 3 months $8.10, 6months $15, 1 year 24 ; 
1-8 page $144, 1-2 page $360, 1 year. Cuts same price. 74 
Duane street. 

" DELINEATOR. Monthly. Fashions. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1873. Roberts. o'Loughlin, editor. Bntterick 
Publishing Co., proprietors; claimed circulation 155,000; 
80 pages. 3 columns; length of columns 11 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate. $1 per line each 
nsertion. Cuts same price. 555 Broadway. 

DEMOREST'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGA- 
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DIO LEWIS'S MONTHLY. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1883. Dio Lewis, editor. Frank Seaman, pub- 
lisher. Subscription $2.50; estimated circulation 7500; 
128 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 8 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, per line 35 cents; 1-4 



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1st page reading 50 per cent; 2d and 3d page cover 
100 per cent additional; cuts same price; discounts, 3 
months 10 per cent, 6 months 15 per cent, 9 months 20 
per cent, 1 year 25 per cent. 842 Broadway. 

DR. FOOTE'S HEALTH MONTHLY". 1st of 
each month. Hygiene. Established 1876. Dr. E. B. 
Foote, Sr. and!Jr., editors. Murray Hill Publishing Co., 
proprietors. Subscription 50 cents; claimed circulation 
"'000: 16 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 9 inches. 
.vidth"2 5-6 inches. Advertising rates, each insertion, 
agate, per line 30 cents, per inch $3; 1-2 column $12; 1 
column $20; cuts same price. 129 East 28th street. 

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DOMESTIC MONTHLY. Monthly. Fashions and lit 
eratnre. Illustrated. Established 18T3. H. 0. Faulkner, 
editor. Blake & Co., proprietors. Subscription $1 ; 
claimed circulation 35,000 ; 74 pages, 2 columns; length 
of column 9 inches, width 3 inches. Advertising rates 
per aeate line, 1 time 50 cents ; 3 times 40 cents ; 6 times 
35 cents ; 1 year 30 cents each insertion. Last pasre of 
cover 50 per cent additional; cuts same price. Broadway 
and 14th street. 

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Advt. page 56. 

DRAKE'S' TRAVELLER'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Devoted to railroad interests. Established 1882. Stan- 
ley Huntley, editor. John N. Drake, proprietor. Sub 
scription $1 ; claimed circulation 5500; 48 pages, 2 col 
umns : length of column 9 3-4 inches, width 3 1-4 inched. 
Advertising rates, agate, per line, each insertion,^0 cents ; 
cuts same price ; Reading notices 35 cents .per line. HIS 
Chambers street. 

Advt. page 54. 

DRUGGISTS' CIRCULAR AND CHEMICAL GA- 
ZETTE. 25th of each month. Pharmaceutical. Es- 
tablished 1857. J. L. A. Creuse, editor. John Newton, 
publisher. Subscription $1.60; claimed circulation, 
12,000 ; 68 pages, 4 columns ; length of column 11 inches, 
width 23-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line 
15 cents each insertion ;|6 months,75 cents ; 1 year $1.25 ; 
cuts same price,; Special rates for special positions ; 1-8 
page 1 time $10,; 3 times $27 ; 1 year $90. . 36 Beeknian 
street. 

ECLECTIC MAGAZINE. M9nthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1844. E. R. Pelton, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $5 ; estimated circulation 6000 ; 164 pages, 2 col- 
umns ; length of columns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents perjline each inser- 
tion ; cuts same price. 25 Bond street. 
Advt. page 34. 

ELECTRICIAN AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEER 
Monthly. Electrical science. Established 1882. F. L. 
Pope, editor. Electrical Publishing Co, proprietors ; claim- 
ed circulation 5100 ; 32 pages, 2 columns length of col- 
umns 10 inches, width 7 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 year 1 inch $15 ; 1-2 column $66 ; 1 column 
$125 ; 3 or 6 months at proportionate rates ; cuts same 
price. 115 Nassau street. 

ENGLISH ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE. Monthly. 

Literary. Illustrated. Established 1883. Macmillan & 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $1.50 ; claimed 
circulation 20,000 ; 72 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 
8 inche*, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpn 
reil, 1-4 page 1 time $10 ; 1-2 page $18 ; 1 page $30 ; cuts 
same price. Cover and special pages, 33 1-3 to 100 per 
cent extra. 112 Fourth avenue. 



FASHION BAZAR. Monthly. Fashions. Illustrated. 
Istablished 1880. George Munro, editor and proprietor, 
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FASHION COURIER. Monthly. Fashions and litera- 
ture. Illustrated. Established 1880. H. C. Faulkner, 
ditor. Domestic Fashion Co. publishers. Subscription 
50 cents ; claimed circulation 60,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; 
length of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate. 30 cents per line each insertion; cuts 
same price. Corner Broadway and 14th street. 

FIRE RECORD. Monthly. Established 1871. Fred 
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columns 10 inches, width -2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, $3 per inch each insertion. 72 Maiden lane. 

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FIRESIDE AT HOME. Monthly. Literary. Illus- 
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prietor. Subscription $1; sworn circulation 89,000: 16 
pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 1-2 inches, width 
Jl-4inches. Advertising rates, each insertion, 14th and 
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FIRESIDE MONTHLY. Monthly. Literary. Illus- 

ir.ited. Established 1878. Leslie & Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 
30.000 ; 112 pages. 3 columns : length of columns 10 1-4 
inches, widths 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
50 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 100 
and 102 Reade street. 

Advt. page 34. 

FIRST TEACHING. Monthly (only ten issues a year 
not published in July and August). Educational. Estab- 
lished 1880. Amos M. Kellogg, editor. E. I.. Kellogg & 
Co., proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 
5000 ; 16 pages, 3 columns ; length of coli mm 9 inches, 
width 21-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, per inch 1 
time $1.50; 3 times $4; 6 times $6.50 ; 1 year $10. Cuts 
same price. Reading notices 15 cents per nonpareil line 
each insertion. 21 Park place. 

FOREIGN MISSIONARY. Monthly. Presbyterian. 
Established 18*8, Board of Foreign Missions, publishers. 
Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 14,000 ; 52 pages, 
'_> columns ; length of columns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpireil, 20 cents per line 
each insertion]; cuts same price. 23 Centre street. 

FRANK LESLIE'S BUDGET OF' WIT. Monthly. 
Illustrated. Humorous. Established 1S78. Mrs. Frank 
Leslie, editor and propriet >r. Subscription $2 : claimed 
circulation 28.000 ; 100 pages, 3 columns; length of col- 
umns 10 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, inside pages, 2"> cents ; outside 50 cents per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price. 53, 55 and 57 Park 
place. 

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FRANK LESLIE'S PLEASANT HOURS. Monthly. 

Literary. Illustrated. Established 1865. Mrs. Frank Leslie, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $1.50 ; claimed 
circulation 29,000 ; 84 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 
8 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
inside pages 25 cents; outside 50 cents per line each in- 
sertion ; cuts same price. 53, 55 and 57 Park place. 
Advt. page 40. 

FRANK LESLIE'S POPULAR MONTHLY. Monthly. 
Literary. Illustrated. Established 1876. Mrs. Frank 
Leslie, editor and proprietor. Subscription $2.50 : claimed 
circulation 105.00U ; 142 pages, 3 columns: length of 
columns 10 inches, width 21-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, inside pages 75 cents; outside pages $1.50 per 
line each insertion; cuts same price. 53, 55 and 57 Park 
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FRANK LESLIE'S SUNDAY MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Unsectarian. Illustrated. Established 1877. T. DeWiit 
Tal mage. D.D., editor. Mrs. Frank Leslie, proprietor. 
Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 25,(!00; 112 pages. 
3 columns ; length of columns 10 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, inside pages 25 
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FRATERNITY. Monthly. Literary. Odd-fellowship. 
Established 1883. Chas. Porter iSumner, editor. John W. 
Orr, proprietor. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 
10,000; SUfpages, ^columns : length of columns 7 3-4 inches, 
width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents 
per line each insertion : 14 page $10; 1 page $30. First 
i advertising pa<re. 1-4 page $12 ; 1 page $35. 3d cover 
' page 1-4 page 20 ; 1 page $60. Special reductions for long- 
time. 29 Park row. 

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GERMAN AND AMERICAN BREWERS' JOURNAL. 

Monthly. Brewing interests. Established 1876. A. E. 
J. Tovey, editor and proprietor. -Subscription $5 ; claimed 
circulation 7000 ; 128 pages, 2 columns ; length of column 
11 inches, width 2 3-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 1-16 page 1 time $5; 3 times $10; 1 year $30; 1-12 
page 1 time $20 ; 3 times $50 ; 1 year $150 ; cuts same price. 
24 Park place. 

GRAND ARMY GAZETTE AND NATIONAL 
GUARDSMAN. Monthly. Interests of soldiers of late 
war. Established 1873. J. A. Joel, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 6500 ; 8 pages, 5 
columns : length of columns 1ft 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 tents per line 
each insertion : Discounts : 3 months 10 per cent ; 6 
months 20 per cent ; 1 year 33 1-3 per cent : cuts same 
price. Last i>age 40 cents. Reading notices 50 cents per 
line. 84 Nassau street. 

HARPER'S NEW MONTHLYTMAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Literary. Illustrated. Established 1849. Harper & 
Brothers, editors and proprietors. Subscription $4 ; 
estimated circulation 130,000 ; 180 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, nonpareil, each insertion $2 per line ; 1-4 
page $75 ; 1-2 page $150; 1 page $250 : cuts same price. 
Franklia square. 

HERALD OF HEALTH. Monthly. Hygiene. Estab- 
lished 1850. M. Holbrook, M.D., editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1; claimed circulation 5000; 32 pages, 2 
columns : length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 30 cents per line each inser- 
tion ; cuts same price. 13 and 15 Laight street. 
Advt. page 34. 

HOUSEHOLD COMPANION. Monthly. Literary. Il- 
lustrated. Established 1883. H. L. Simmons, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription 25 cents ; claimed circulation 
12,000 ; 8 pages, 4 columns: length of columns 14 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate. 15 cente per 
line each insertion ; cutsjsame price. 1255 Third avenue. 

The Cheapest Illustrated Paper In the 
country. 

Adr.t. page 338. 

HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL. Monthly. Literary. Illus- 
trated. Established 1878. H. M. Rideout, editor. E. G. 
Rideout. publisher. Subscription $1; claimed circulation 
75,000 : 20 pages, 4 columns ; length of column 13 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising ra'es, agate, 60 cents pel- 
line each insertion; cuts same pri ;e. Reading notices 
$1 per line. 10 Barclay street. 

Advt. page 46. 

HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE. Monthly. Literary. Illus- 
t-ated. Established 1878. II. M. Rideout, editor. E. G. 
Rideout, publisher. Subscription $1 ; claimed circula- 
tion 80,000 : 20 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 13 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rites, agate, 60 
cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. Reading 
notices $1 per line. 10 Barclay street. 

Adrt. page 46. 

HUB AND NEW YORK COACHMAKER'S MAGA- 
ZINE. Monthly. Mechanical. Illustrated. Established 
1858. Geo. W. W. Houghton, editor. Hub Publishing 
' Co , proprietors. Subscription J3 ; sworn circulation 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS A CO:S 



Only One Dollar a Year. 




CIRCULATION 



Averaging100,000in1883 

"My Son, deal ivitli men who advertise." -BEN FRANKLIN. 



WHAT ADVERTISERS SAY ABOUT IT. 

\Vc learn from the Frank Siddalls Soap Co. , of Philadelphia, that during the past three months 
they have obtained four thousand eight hundred and sixty-five new customers, from their adver- 
tisement in the WITNESS alone and their business has increased immensely. Further than this, 
every day brings them a hundred and twenty or more new customers, who have been influenced 
by his advertisements in the WITNESS. N. Y. Witness, Dec. 1, 1881. 



]SlE\v YORK, February 22, 1882. 

Ed. Witness : -We have had better results from advertising in the WITNESS than any paper 
we have ever advertised in. CAHTEH MEDICINE Co., BRENT GOOD, Sec'y. 



M. J. PAILLARD & Co., Music AX. BOXES. 

To the Publishers of the New York Weekly Witness : i 680 BROADWAY, N. Y., Jan. 27, 1883. 

GENTLEMEN :: Our advertisment for Music Boxes having been inserted for one month last 
Fall in all the leading religious weekly papers throughout the United States, \ve are pleased to 
acknowledge that we have had more immediate and satisfactory returns from the one in the 
WITNESS than from any other two or three combined papers on the list. _ Wishing you continued 



success, we remain truly yours. 



M. J. PAILLARD & Co. 



B. K. BLISS & SONS' SEED AND HORTICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. 

To Pablisliers New York Witness : NEW YORK, January 29, 1883. 

GENTLEMEN : We hand you herewith our order for advertising for the season, to which we 
ask your usual care and attention. We have advertised in the WITNESS for several years and 
consider it one of the VERY BEST advertising mediums in the country. B. K. BLISS & SONS. 

R & J. BECK, MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OP MICROSCOPES, OPTICAL AND 
PHYSICAL INSTRUMENTS, PHILADELPHIA AND LONDON. 

New York Witness : 1016 CHESTNUT STREET, Philadelphia, Feb. 6, 1883. 

DEAR SIRS : It affords us pleasure to say that our advertisement in the WITNESS has been 
one of the most profitable and satisfactory of any we have ever inserted in any paper, not alone 
for the NUMBER of applications it has brought for price-lists, but for their QUALITY, the majority 
of them being for actual purchase. Yours truly, R. & J. BECK. 



Advertising, oily 75 csnts per lie Apte. 



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7000; 04 pages, 3 columns: length of columns 11 1-2 
inches, width 2 .1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1-8 column 1 time $5 ; 3 times $10; 6 times $18; 1 year 
$33. 1-2 column 1 time $14 ; 3 times $33 ; 1 year $108 ; 
1 page 1 year $500 ; cuts same price. 17 to 27 Vande- 
wuter street. 

INDUSTRIAL NEWS. Monthly. Mechanical. Il- 
lustrated. Established 1881. David M. Barnes, editor. 
Inventors'. Institute, proprietors. Subscription $1.50; 
claimed circulation 5000; 32 page?, 3 columns; length of 
columns 10 inches, width 3 3-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
per line, nonpareil, each insertion 25 cents; 1 inch $2.50; 
cuts same price; inside cover pages 30 cents; outside 
cover 40 cents; Discounts: 2 times 10 per cent; 3 times 15 
percent; 4 times 20 per cent; 5 times 25 percent ; 6 times 
SO per cent; 1 year 40 per cent. Cooper Union. 
Advt. page (54. 

INSURANCE CRITIC. Monthly. Established 1874. 
George W. Corliss, editor and business manager. Sub- 
scription $325; estimated circulation 5000; 36 pages, 3 
columns ; length of columns 9 1-4 inches, width 2 1-3 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-8 page 3 months 
$40 ; 6 months $75 ; 1 year $125; 1-4 page 3 months $65; 
6 months $125 ; 1 year $200; cuts same price. 52 and 54 
William street. 



$8.33; 1-4 page #12.50; 1-2 page $25 ; I page 

sertion ; cuts same price. 42 Nassau street. 




JOURNAL OF THE TELEGRAPH. On 20th of each 
month. Telegraphy. Established 1867. Western Union 
Telegraph Co., publishers. Subscription $1.50 ; claimed 
circulation 14,800; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 
10 1-2 inches, width 2 3-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1-2 inch$l; 1 inch $2; 1-4 column $4 each in- 
sertion ; cuts same price; Business notices 50 cents per 
line each insertion. 195 Broadway. 

LADIES' FLORAL CABINET. Monthly. Floricult- 
ure. Illustrated. Established 1871. Ladies' P'loral 
Cabinet Co., editors and publishers. Subscription $1.25 ; 
estimated circulation 14.000: 86 pages, 3 columns; length 
ol' columns 9 1-4 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 40 cents per line each inseition. Dis- 
counts: on 6 lines or over, 3 months 15 per cent; 6 
months 25 percent; 9 months 30 per cent: 1 year 37 1-2 
per cent. Discount on space on 100 lines 12 1-2 per cent; 
250 lines 15 percent; 500 lines 25 per cent. 1-4 page 1 
month $30; no extra charge for cuts. 22 Vesey street. 

A magazine of Floriculture and Domestic 
Arts, now In Its Thirteenth year. If you 
\vish access to the HOMES use Its advertis- 
ing ; pages through any responsible adver- 
tising agency. 

LADIES' BAZAR. Monthly. Fashions. Illustrated. 
Established 1877. Leslie & Co.. editors and proprietors. 
Subscription $2.50; estimated circulation 33,000; 64 pages, 
3 columns; length of columns 11 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per line 
each insertion; cuts same price. 100 and 102 Reade st. 
Advt. page 34. 

MAGAZINE OF AMERICAN HISTORY. Monthly. 

Historical. Established 1877. Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, 
editor. Historical Publication Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion $5; claimed circulation 4000; 96 pages, 2 columns ; 
length of columns 7 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 35 cents per finecach insertion; 
per page $50 per month; cuts same price. 39 Lafayette 
place. 

MAGAZINE OF ART. Monthly. Art. Illustrated. 
Established 1878. Cassell & Company, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $3.50 : estimated circulation liilDO; 
62 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 10 inches: width 
3 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1st inside page 
15 cents; other pages 12 [cents per line each insertion; 
cuts same price. 739 and 741 Broadway. 

MANHATTAN. Monthly. Literary. Established 
1883. William Henry Forman, editor. J. H. Rooney, 
business manager. The Manhattan Magazine Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription $3 ; estimated circulation 9800 ; 
!U pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 8 inches, widtu 



2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, each insertion 
per line 40 cents ; 1-4 page $15 : 1 page $50 ; cuts same 
price. Discounts: 15 per cent on 3 months; 25 percent 
on 6 months ; 33 1-3 per cent on 1 year. Temple court. 

MANUFACTURER AND BUILDER.-Monthly. Me- 
chanical. Illustrated. Established 1869. . Dr. Wm. H. 
Wahl. editor. H. N. Black, proprietor. Subscription $2 : 
estimated circulation 6000; 36 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns 11 inches, width 2 3-8 'inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per line each insertion ; per 
inch 1 time $5. 1 year $50; 2 inches 1 year $90 ; 3 inches 
$125 ; each additional inch $25 ; cuts same price. 21 Park 
row. 

MANUFACTURERS' REVIEW AND INDUSTRIAL 
RECORD. Monthly. Commerical and Mechanical. 
Established 1868. Industrial Record Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $1.50 ; estimated circulation 
5000 ; 48 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 inches 
width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil. 1-4 
page 1 year $150. 1-2 page 1 year $275, 1 page 1 year $500 ; 
110 extra charge for cuts. 320 and 322 Broadway.- 

MILLINERY GUIDE. Monthly. Fashions. Estab- 
lished 1871. E. Burton Rouse, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $3: claimed circulation 5000; 20 pages. ;.' 
columns ; length of columns 11 1-2 inches, width 4 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate 25 cents per line per time; cuts 
same price. 681 Broadway. 

MODERN AGE. Monthly. Literary. Established 
1883. Modern Age Publishing Co., editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription $1.60; estimated circulation 9000: 
80 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 7 1-2 inches, 
width 2 5-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 30 cents 
per line : 1-4 page $10, 1 page $30 each insertion. Cover 
pages 50 cents per line ; cuts same price. 150 Nassau st. 
Advt. page 34. 

NATIONAL CAR BUILDER. Monthly. Mechanical. 
Established 1870. James Gillett, editor. R. M. Van 
Arsdale, publisher. Subscription $1 ; estimated circula- 
tion 5000 ; 44 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 inch $4 per month ; cuts same price ; special rates for 
standing advertisements. 140 Nassau street. 

NATIONAL PRESS AND BOTTLERS' ADVOCATE. 
Monthly. Cider trade. Established 1880. R. O. Ferrier, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circula- 
tion 4200: 40 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 12 
inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
per inch $1, 1-4 page $9, 1-2 page $12. 1 page $20 each in- 
sertion ; cuts same price. Discounts on advertisements 
running 6 months or longer. 219 Fulton street. 

NATIONAL REAL ESTATE GAZETTE AND JOUR- 
NAL OF IMMIGRATION. Monthly. Established 1883. 
Exchange Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription $5 ; claimed circulation 15,000 ; 24 to 48 pages. 

3 columns; length of columns 14 inches, width 3 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $3.50; 3 mouths 
$10 ; 1 yea,r $25; cuts same price. 39 Broadway. 

One million circulation for 1884 will be 
sworn to. 

NATIONAL TEMPERANCE ADVOCATE. Monthly. 
Tempt-rance. Established 1866. J. N. Stearns and A. 
M. Powell, editors. J. N. Stearns, proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1; claimed circulation 8000; 16 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line 20 cents; 3 months, 
15 cents each insertion ; cuts same price. 58 Reade 
street. 

NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Established 1814. A. Thorndike Rice, editor. L. C. 
Metcalf, business manager. Subscription $5 : claimed 
circulation 17,OOC: 100 pages, 2 columns ; length of col- 
umns 8 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 50 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

The largest circulation of any Review 
published in America or England. 
Advt. page 34. 

OOILVIE'S POPULAR READING. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Illustrated. Established 1884. J. S. Ogilvie & 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $3.50; claimed 
circulation 10,000; 200 pages, 3 columns ; length of col- 
umns 10 1-2 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per line each insertion. 31 Rcse 
street. 



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ARTHUR'S 

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PENMAN'S ART JOURNAL. Monthly. Established 
1S77. Daniel T. Ames, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $1; sworn circulation 12,000; 16 pages, 4 columns ; 
length of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, 1 time $3.25; 3 times 
$6.50; 1 year $18: 1-4 column 3 months $19; 1 year $70; 
cuts same price; Reading notices 50 cents per line. 205 
Broadway. 

PEOPLE'S FIRESIDE JOURNAL. Monthly. Liter- 
ary. Illustrated. Established 1881. J. H. Nicholson, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $1 ; claimed circu- 
lation 60,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 
19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 40 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 
240 Broadway. 

Advt. page 70. 

PHRENOLOGICAL JOURNAL AND ' SCIENCE OF 
HEALTH. Monthly. Phrenological. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1838. H. S. Drayton, M.D.. editor. Fowler & 
Wells, proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circula- 
tion 10,000; 96 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 8 
inche , wi.lth 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate 50 
cents per line each insertion ; 1-2 page $40 ; 1 page $75 ; 
2d or 3d page cover $150; cuts same price ; Business 
cards 75 cents per line ; Reading matter $1 a line. 753 
Broadway. 

One of the best advertising mediums, 
both on account of its widely extended 
circulation and the character of its read- 
ers, who are a progressive, wide-awake 
people, and who are ready for all that is 
new and best. No medical, blind or ques- 
tionable advertisements inserted at any 
price. 

Advt. page 34. 

POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY. Monthly. Estab- i 
lished 1872. Prof. E. L. Youmans and Dr. W. J. Yon- 
mans, editors. D. Appleton & Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription $5; claimed circulation 12,000 ; 168 pages, 2 col- 
umns ; length of columns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates furnished on application to publisher 
or John P. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, New York. 1, 3 
and 5 Bond street. 

PRESBYTERIAN HOME MISSIONARY. Monthly. 

Presbyterian. Established 1872. Home Missionary So- 
ciety, editors and publishers. Subscription $1 ; claimed 
circulation 25,000; 28 pages, 3 columns ; length of col- 
umns 9 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 25 cents per line each insertion; cuts same price. 
23 Centie street. 

SAILORS' MAGAZINE Monthly. Evangelical. Es- 
tablished 1829. American Seamen's Friend Society, pub- 
lishers. Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 5000 ; 36 
pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 7 inches, width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents per line 
each insertion ; cuts same price. 80 Wall street. 

ST. NICHOLAS. Monthly. Juvenile. Illustrated. 
Established 1873. Mary Mapes Dodge, editor. The Cen- 
tury Co., proprietors. Subscription $3 ; claimed circula- 
tion 70,000; 80 pages, 2 columns ; lengih of columns 8 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
each insertion, per line $1; 1-4 page $40 ; 1-2 page $80 ; 
1 page $150 ; cuts same price. Discounts : 5 per cent on 
3 times; 10 per cent on 6 times ; 25 per cent on 1 year. 
33 East 17th street. 

Advt. page 34. 

SANITARIAN. Monthly. Hygiene. Established 1873. 
A. N. Bell, A.M., M.D., editor and proprielor. Subscrip- 
tion $4; claimed circulation 5000 ; 112 pages, 2 columns : 
length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, agate, per line 40 cents ; 3 months or longer 30 
cents each insertion; 1 inch $4 ; 2 inches $5 ; 4 inches 
$8.50 ; 1 page $17 each insertion ; 3 months or longer 1 
inch $3 ; 2 inches $4 : 4 inches $5 ; 1 page $12.50 each in- 
sertion : cuts same price. Cover pages and facing reading 
cxlra. 113 Fulton street. 

The Best American Publication devoted 
to Hygiene. N. Y. IlKIt A L.D. 
Advt. page 72. 

SHELTERING ARMS. Monthly. .Established 1868. 
Wm. H. Clark, business manager. Subscription $1; esti- 
mated circulation 5000 ; 12 pages, 3 columns ; length of 
columns 111-2 inches, width 25-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 20 cents per line each insertion ; cuts 



same price. Discounts: 3 months 10 per cent ; 6 months 
15 per cent; 1 year 20 per cent. N. E. cor. Elm and 
White streets. 

STODDART'S ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. Literary. Illustrated. Established 1880. M. J. 
Stoddart & Co., publishers. Subscription $1 : claimed 
circulation 35,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of col- 
umns 12 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 30 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 
126 Chambers street. 

Formerly Hideout's Monthly Magazine. 

SUNDAY-SCHOOL JOURNAL. Monthly. Evangel- 
ical. Established 1869. Rev. J. H.Vincent, D.D., editor. 
Phillips & Hunt, publishers. Subscription 65 cents ; es- 
timated circulation 60,000; 36 pages, 2 columns; length 
of columns 8 1-4 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, $1 per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 
8C5 Broadway. 

TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Monthly. Educational. 
Established 1878. Amos M. Kellogg, editor. E. L. Kel- 
logg & Co., proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed cir- 
culation 30,000 ; Ifi pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
123-4 inches, width 21-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, per inch 1 month $3 ; 3 months $8 : 6 months $14; 

1 year $20: cuts same price. Reading notices 40 cents 
per line. 21 Park place. 

TRAVELERS' OFFICIAL GUIDE. Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1868. W. F. Allen, editor. National Railway 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $4 ; claimed 
circulation 7500; 576 pages, 2 columns; length of ol- 
nmns 9 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates 
furnished on application to publisher, 46 Bond street, 
or John F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row. 

TREASURE TROVE. Monthly. Juvenile. Estab- 
lished 1877. A. M. KellOL'g and W. Dixey, editors. E. 
L. Kellogg & Co., proprietors. Subscription 50 cents; 
claimed circulation 25,000: 20 pages, 3 columns ; length 
of columns 9 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches.' Advertising 
rates, agate, !per inch, 1 time $4; 3 times $11; 6 times 
$20; 1 year $35; cuts same price. First and last pages 
of cover 1-4 extra. Reading notices 40 cents per nonpa- 
reil line. 21 Park place. 

The largest circulation of any Educa- 
tional paper in the \vorld. 
Advt. page 62. 

WALLACE'S MONTHLY. Monthly. Horfe Breed- 
ing. Established 1875. John H. Wallace, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $3; estimated circulation 4000; 
80 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 8 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, 1 time 
$6 ; 3 times $8 ; 6 times $12 ; 1 year $16 ; 1-2 page, 1 time 
$18 ; 3 times $25 : 1 year $62 ; 1 page, 1 year $100; cuts 
same price. 212 Broadway. 

YOUNG SCIENTIST AND HOME ARTS. Monthly. 
Scientific. Established 1878. John Phinand F. T. Hodg- 
son, editors. Industrial Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 6340 ; 32 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns 7 3-8 inches, width 2 5-16 
inches. Advertising rates, per nonpareil line each inser- 
tion 30 cents; 1-8 page 1 month $5; 3 months $10; (i 
months $15; 1 year $22; 1 page Imonth $20; 3 months $35 ; 
6 months $50 ; 1 year $80 ; no advertisement less than $1 ; 
cuts same price. 294 Broadway. 

DOMESTIC FASHION CATALOGUE.-Quarterly. 
Fashions. Established 187."). Domestic Sewing Machine 
Co., editors and proprietors. Estimated circulation 
250,000; 28 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 9 1-2 
inches, width 2 7-8 inches. Advertising rate, agate, $1.50 
per line each insertion ; cuts same , price. Broadway 
corner 14th street. 

EHRICHS' FASHION QUARTERLY. - Quarterly. 
Fusli ions. Illustrated. Established 1875. Fashion Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription 50 cents; 
estimated circulation 50,000 ; 72 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns 10 1-3 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 50 cents: next reading matt or 75 cents; inside 
front cover page 75 cents; last cover page $1 per line each 
insertion ; cuts same price. 287 to 295 Eighth avenue. 

RIDLEY'S FASHION MAGAZINE. Quarterly. 
Fashions. Illustrated. Established 1880. E. Ridley & 
Sons, editors and proprietors. Subscription 50 cents ; 
estimated circulation 40,000 : 88 pages, 3 columns ; length 
of columns 10 1-2 inches, width 2 7-12 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, agate. 40 cents per line each insertion ; cuts 
same price." 309, 311 and 311 1-2 Grand street. 



36 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & co:s 



NEW YORK NEWS PUBLISHING CO, 



PUBLISHERS OF THE 



Daily, Weekly, and Sunday News, 

and Tages- and Sonntags-Naclirichten, 

New York News Building, 25 Park Row, New York. 



The New York Daily News. 

Circulation larger than any other Daily Paper in the United States. 

The price charged for advertisements in THE DAILY NEWS is not more, and in some cases it is 

less, than the price charged by journals which have not more than half or 

even one third the circulation of THE NEWS. 

ADVERTISEMENTS INSERTED IN ALL EDITIONS WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. 

The Daily News is now the Cheapest advertising medium in existence. 



The Weekly News. 

Recent efforts have increased its circulation in every section of the country. 

Merchants, manufacturers, patent medicine dealers, and all classes of business men will find its 
columns a very valuable medium for advertising. 



The Sunday News 

Has a large circulation throughout the city and along the lines of the Railroads leading 

from the city. 

Advertisements inserted on liberal terms. 



Die Tages-Nachrichten 

Has a larger circulation than any other German Daily Newspaper published 

in the World. 



Die Sonntags-Nachrichten 

Has the largest circulation in the city of any German Sunday Paper issued. 



TO ADVERTISERS FOR GERMAIN TRADE: 

All classes of merchants and dealers who are seeking for German trade will find advertise- 
ments in the columns of THE TAGES- and SONNTAGS-NACIIKICIITKN reach a larger 
number of readers than they would by any other channel. 



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ALABAMA 



BIRMINGHAM. 

ALABAMA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Wed- 
nesday. Methodist Episcopal. Established 1881. J.W. 
Rush, editor. G. R. Lynch, proprietor. Subscription $2; 
claimed circulation 4000; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of 
columns 18 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 month $2 ; 3 months $5 ; 6 months 
$9 ; 1 year $15 ; 4 inches 1 month $6 ; 3 months $15 ; 6 
months $20 ; 1 year $30 ; cuts same price. 

MOBILE. 

REGISTER. Every morning except Monday, and 
Weekly, Saturdays. Democratic. Established 1821. John 
L. Rapier & Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription 
daily {10 ; claimed circulation 8770; weekly $2; claimed 
circulation 6540; 4 pages (Sunday and weekly 8 pages), 7 
columns; length of columns 223-4 inches, width 21-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time 
$1.20 ; 1 week $6 ; 1 month $18.20 ; 3 months $82.67 ; 6 
months $46 67 ; 1 year $70 ; 2 Inches 1-8, 4 inches 1-5, 7 
inches 1-3 off ; E. O. D. price for same number of con- 
secutive insertions ; cuts same price ; next reading 1-8 
and if on any special page 1-4 extra; Locals 15 cents per 
nonpareil line ; Readers 25 cents per minion line. 
Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1.50; 1 month $5.60; 3 months 
$13 ; 6 months $23.33 ; 1 year $36.40. Eastern office Sun 
building, New York, J. C. Goodrich manager. 

MONTGOMERY. 

ADVERTISER AND MAIL. Every morning except 
Monday, and every evening except Sunday, and Weekly, 
Tuesdays. Democratic. Established 1828; W. W. 
Screws, editor and proprietor. Subscription daily, $10 ; 
claimed circulation 2350 ; weekly $2 ; claimed circulation 
4500 ; 4 pages (weekly 6 pages), 9 columns ; length of 
columns 26 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, daily 10 lines 1 time $1; 1 week $4.50 ; 1 month 
$12.50 ; 3 months $27.35 : 6 months $50 ; 1 year $72.50 ; 30 
lines 3 months $83 ; 6 mouths $125 ; 1 year $175 ; 60 lines 
1 year $285 ; E. O. D. 85 per cent ; 2t. a week 75 per 
cent of daily monthly rates ; cuts same price ; Special po- 
sitions 1-4 extra ; Business notices 20 cents : Local col- 
umn 25 cents per line per time. Weekly, 5 lines 1 time 
50 cents ; 1 month $2 ; 3 mouths $4.10 ; 6 months $8.75 ; 
1 year $15; larger space in proportion ; 12 inches 1 year 
$340; solid cuts required. 



SUNDAY BREEZE. Independent. Established 1882. 
J. 8. G. Illidge, editor and proprietor. Subscription $2 ; 
estimated circulation 4000 ; 4 pages, 7 columns ; length 
of columns 21 3-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, nonpareil, ] inch 1 time $1 ; subsequent inser- 
tions 50 cento ; cuts same price. 

SOUTHERN AGRICULTURIST. Every Thursday. 
Agricultural. Established 1869. Thomas if. Key, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 
2000 ; 4 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 22 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1 ; 1 month $2.50 ; 3 months $5 ; cuts same price. 

SELMA. 

MORNING TIMES. Every morning except Monday, 
and TIMES-ARGUS, Fridays. Democratic. Established 
1825. Glass & McKee, editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription daily $10; claimed circulation 1100; weekly 
$! claimed circulation 3400 ; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly 
8 columns) ; length of columns 21 1-2 inches (weekly 24 
inches), width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 



price. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 month $4 ; 8 months 
$10 ; 6 months $18 ; 1 year $30 ; 5 inches 1 year $100 ; 10 
inches $175. 

ALABAMA BAPTIST. Every Thursday. Baptist. 
Established 1874. W. C. Cleveland and J. L. West, ed- 
itors. John L. West & Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$2 ; claimed circulation 4000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length 
of columns 23 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time 50 cents ; 1 month $1.50 ; 
3 months $4.50; 1 year $14; 10 inches 1 month $12; 3 
months $36; 1 year $126; cuts same price ; 3d page no- 
tices 25 per cent and notices on editorial page 50 per cent 
additional. 

ECLECTIC FARMER. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Agricultural. Established 1884. John L. West, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circula- 
tion 5000; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of column 10 1-2 
inches, width 2 2-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
10 cents per line; cuts same pri.:e ; Reading notices 35 
cents per brevier line. 



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ARKANSAS, 



LITTLE BOCK, 

ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1872. James Mitchell, editor. Mitchell <fc Bettis, 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $7.50; claimed circu- 
lation} 2000 ;_ vveekly $1.50; claimed circulation 5000: 
4 pages, daily, 9 columns ; weekly 8 columns ; length 
of columns, daily 24 inches, weekly 36 inches, width 
2 1-12 inches. Advertising; rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 
inch 1 time 75 cents', 1 week $2,25, 3 inches 1 week 
$3.50. Daily or weekly 1 inch 1 month $6.50, 3 months 
$17.50, 1 year $54; 3 inches 1 month $12,3 months $80, 
1 year $84 ; cuts same price. Daily and weekly 50 per 
cent additional to daily rates ; solid cuts required. 

GAZETTE. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursday. Democratic. Established 1819. D. 
A. Brower, editor. Gazette Printing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $10; estimated circulation 4000: week- 
ly $1.50; estimated circulation 14,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns 231-2 inches, width 3 1-8 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1.50. 1 
week $4.50, 1 month $8.50, 3 months, $21, 6 months $33, 
1 year $50: 20 lines $96, 30 lines $130 for 1 year; cute same 
price; Special notices 20 cents per line each insertion. 
Weekly, 10 lines 1 time $2, 1 month $5, 3 months $12, 6 
months $24, 1 year $40; 100 lines 1 time $15, 40 lines 1 year 
$125; cuts same price; less than 10 lines 1 time 20 cents, 
more than 1 month 15 cents per line each insertion. A. F. 
JJichardson, 65 Tribune building, New York, Eastern 
Agent. 

Advt, page 310. 



ARKANSAS METHODlST.-Every Satnrday. Metli- 
dist. Established 1882. S. G. Colburn. editor. John P. 
Lowry, publisher. Subscription $1,50; claimed circula- 
tion 3000; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of column 17 inches, 
width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 month $3.50, 8 months $7, 1 year $15; 2 inches 1 month 
$8, 3 months $10, 1 year $75; 1-2 column 1 year $60; cuts 
Kame price. 

Tlte official organ of the three Methodist 
Conferences of the State, tvhlcli claim a 
membership of 55,OOO. Largest State cir- 
culation, with a rapidly increasing patron" 
age. 

ARKANSA W TRAVELER. Every Satnrday. Literary. 
Established 1882. Opie P. Read, editor. Read & Ben- 
ham, proprietors. Subscription $2; sworn circulation 
36,000; 8 pager", 6 columns; length of column 19 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 30 cents pel- 
line each insertion ; 1 Inch or over 25 cents ; cuts saint: 
price ; pure reading matter 75 cents per line each inser- 
tion. A. F. Richardson. 65 Tribune building, New York, 
Eastern Agent. 

Advt. page 174. 

ARKANSAS FARMER. Every Friday. Agricultural. 
Established 1881. Farmer Publishing Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $1.50; estimated circulation 
3500 ; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 20 1-4 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time $1, 1 month $3, 3 months $8; cuts same price. 



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body .sees them and the advertisements which they contain. 

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Frank Leslie's publications arc sold everywhere, and they are read. Your advertisement in them is 
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CALIFORNIA. 



LOS ANGELES. 

HERALD. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays. Independent. Established 1873. 
John D. Lynch, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
daily, $7; estimated circulation 1400; weekly $3: est.i- 
" ' klv 10 



1 week $2, 1 mouth $4, 3 months $9, 1 year $20; cuts same 
price. Weekly rates same as daily for same time. 

RURAL CALIFORNI AN. Monthly. Agricultural and 
horticultural. Established 1877. Geo. Rice, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 6500; 
24 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 121-2 inches, 
width 21-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $2, 3 times $4.50, 6 times $8, 1 year $15; 1-4 column 
1 month $5, 8 mouths $12, 1 year $40 ; 1 column 1 year 
$150; cuts same price. 

Tlie oldest, largest, 1110*1 widely circu- 
lated, and, in fact, tlie ON L.Y strictly Agri- 
cultural and Horticultural Journal on the 
Pacific Coast. 

Advt. page 312. 

.MAICVSVIM,!-:. 

APPEAL. Every morning except Monday, and WEEK- 
LY, Fridays. Republican. Established " 1859. A. S. 
Smith, editor. C. D. Dawson, proprietor. Subscription, 
daily, $7; claimed circulation 1000; weekly $2.50, claimed 
circulation 1800; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 23 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time 50 cents, 1 week $1.25, 1 month $2, 
3 months $6, 6 months $12, 1 year $24; 3 inches 3 mont.hs 
$15, 1 year $45; l-2column 3 months $50, 1 year $150; cuts 
same price ; E. O.*D. 3-4 2t. a week, 2-3 daily monthly 
r^tes; local notices 1 time 1C cents, 1 month $1.56, 3 
months $3.90, 1 year $9.36 per line; weekly, 1 inch 1 time 
$1,1 mouth $2.50, 3 mouths $6, 6 months $8. 1 year $10 ; 1 
column 1 time $15, 1 month $*<i2.50, 1 year $150 ; local no- 
ticcs 1 time 10 cents, subsequent insertions Scents per 
line ; daily and weekly 1-4 more than daily rates. 
Adct. page 314. 

NEVADA CITY. 

TRANSCRIPT. Every morning except Monday. Re- 
publican. Established 1860. L. 8. Calkins, editor. 
iJroivn & Calkins, proprietors. Subscription $7; claimed 
circulation 2700; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 
21 inches, width 1 7-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2, 1 month $4, 3 
months $9, 1 year $25 ; 3 inches 1 year $50 ; cuts same 
price. 

OAKLAND. 

TIMES. Everyday, and WEEKLY. Thursdays. Demo- 
cratic. Established, daily 1868, weekly 1858. John P. 
Irish, editor. The Times Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $6 ; claimed circulation 5000 ; weekly 
$2.50; Claimed circulation 5UOO; 4 to 16 pages, 7 columns ; 
length of columns 24 inches, width 21-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, per 1-2 inch, in either daily, Sun- 
day or weekly 1 time $1; 2 times $1.50; 3 times $2; 4 
times $2.50 ; each additional insertion 25 cents : discounts 
according to time and size of advertisement ; cuts 25 per 
cent additional ; Local notices 25 cents per line each inser- 
tion ; Notices with star 20 cents first ; subsequent inser- 
tions 10 cents ; by the month $2 per line. 
Advt. page 320. 

SACRAMENTO. 

I5EE Every evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Saturdays. Independent. Established 1857. .Tames Mc- 
Clatchy & Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $6; sworn circulation January 14th, 1834, 12,000; 



weekly $2 ; claimed circulation r3350 ; daily 4 pages, 9 
columns ; weekly 8 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns. 
daily 25 1-2 inches, weekly 22 inches, width 2 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1-2 inch 1 time 50 
cents ; subsequent insertions 25 cents : per month $3 : 1 
inch 1 week $2.50 : per month $5 ; 1st, 2d or 3d pages, 20 
to 60 per cent additional ; E. O. D. 3-4 ; 2 times a week 2-3, 
daily monthly rates ; cuts same price ; 10 per cent dis- 
count on $50 per month; nonpareil Star and Special no- 
tices 15 cents ; 1 week 75 cents ; 1 mouth $1.50 per line : 
Minion Star notices 25 cents per line each insertion. 
Weekly, 1 inch first $1 ; subsequent insertions 50 cents. 
Solid curved cuts required. 

? The largest circulation in California out- 
side of Sun Francisco. A larger circula- 
tion in Sucraniento City, in proportion to 
population, than any paper In the United 
states in its place of publication. 
Advt. page l^S. 

RECORD-UNION. Every morning except Sunday, 
and UNION, Fridays. Independent. Established 1851. 
Sacramento Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $6; claimed circulaiion 6000; weekly 
$2 ; claimed circulation 7000 ; 4 pages (Saturdays and 
weekly 8 pages), 9 columns ; length of columns 25 inches, 
width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 
inch 1 time $1.50; 1 week $6: 1 month $12; 3 months, 
$30; 6 months $50; 1 year $!IO ; 1-2 inch 2-3 of above 
prices ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 2-3 ; 2 times a week 1-2 ; 
1 time a week 2-5 ; daily monthly rate. Special position 
1-4 extra. General notices per line 15 cents; per month 
$1.50 per line; Reading notices 30 cents; 3 months 25 
cents: 1 year 15 cents; E. O. D. 1 year 21) cents per line 
per time. Weekly $2 per inch per time. When same ad- 
vertisement goe-i in daily $1 per inch per time. Solid 
cuts required. Eastern agent, S. C. Ileckwith, Tribune 
building, New York. 

Is the only paper in California outside of 
San Francisco which has a general coast 
circulation. 

SIN FRANCISCO. 

ABEND-POST. Every evening except Sunday, and. 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. German. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1859. Hugo Hcrzer, editor. Anend-P >*t Publish- 
ing Co.. proprietors. Subscription dailv $10; claimed 
circulation 3816 ; weekly $2.50; claimed circulaiion, 7656 ; 
4 panes, 9 columns ; length of columns 23 1-2 inches, 
weekly 27 inches, width 2 inche*. Advertising rates, 
daily, "nonpareil, 5 lines 1 week $1 ; 1 month $2.50 ; 1'year 
$15; 10 lilies 1 week $2; 1 month 5; 3 nion hs $10; 6 
months $15; 1 year $25; 20 lines $30: 40 lines $50; 1 
column $225, 1 year ; cuts stand price ; E. O. D. 25 per 
cent ; 2t. a week 35 per cent less than daily monthly rates ; 
Special notices, first 20 cents, subsequent insertions 10 
cents per line. Weekly 1-2 daily rates. Daily and weekly 
1-4 more than daily rates. 

ALTA CALIFORNI A. Every morning, and WEEKLY. 
Saturdays. Independent Democrat. Established 1849. 
James A. Johnson, editor. Alta California Publishing 
Co., Walter Turnbull. manager, publishers. Subscription 
daily $6 ; estimated circulation (HWO ; weekly $2 ; esti- 
mated circulation 5000 : 8 pages, f> columns ; weekly H 
columns; length of columns, daily 21 inches, weekly 2 1 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
daily per 1-2 inch, 2d and 4th pages 1 time $1 ; 2 times 

1.75; 3 times $2.50: 1 week $4: per month, including 
unday, $15; E. O. D. $8.50; 3 times a week $7.50; 2 
times a week $5.50: 1 time a week $1 each insertion; 
First page 1 time $1, each additional consecutive inser- 
tion 75 cents ; per month 3 times a week $11 ; 2 times a 
week $7.50 ; cuts same price ; second page reading no- 
tices 30 cents per line each insertion : 1 month $4 per 
line ; Star notices 35 cents per line ; with displayed head- 



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ing 50 cents ; Business notices, 1st and 3d pages, 50 cents 
per line each insertion ; weekly, 1-2 inch. $1 each in-er- 
tion ; Notices .-anie price as in daily ; solid cut? required. 

CALIFORNIA DEMOKRAT. Every mornintr except 
Sunday, SONNTAGSBLATT, Sundays, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays. German. Independent. Established 3853. 
Fred. Hess & Co.. editors and proprietors. Subscription 
daily with Sunday $10 ; estimated circulation 4000 : 
weekly $2.50; estimated circulation 6000; daily 4 pages, 
9 columns : weekly 8 pages, 7 columns : length of col- 
umns, daily 34 inches, weekly 20 1-2 incites, width 1 7-8 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily 1-2 inch 1 time, 
$1 ; 1 week $3 : per month $10 ; cuts same price ; weekly, 
1-2 inch, $1 each insertion. 

CHRONICLE. -Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days. Independent. Established 1865. M. II. de Young, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription daily with Sunday 
$6.70; claimed circulation 41.0110- Sunday $2; claimed 
circulation 45,600 ; weekly $2 ; claimed circulation, 24,000 ; 
4 pages (Sunday and weekly 8 pages), 9 columns; length or 
columns 25 1-2 inches, width 1 15-16 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily, agate, 1st page 20 cents per line first insertion, 
subsequent in.-enions 10 cents per line ; 2d and 4th pages 
25 cents! first insertion, next 6 insertions 15 cents : subse- 
quent insertions 12 cents per line; cuts, ouiline only, 
double for space occupied ; double columns, not less than 
35 lines deep, 75 cents, per double line first, 55 cents each 
subsequent insertion : special positions or 1 time a week 
25 cents per line each insertion ; 2d page reading notices 
'571-2 cents per line each insertion; per mon h $7.50: 
Local items, agate, with *, 50 cents ; with display top 
heading 62 1-2 cents per line each insertion ; weekly 37 1-2 
cents per line first, subsequent insertions 25 cents; no 
extra charge for cuts or double columns in weekly; Spe- 
cial reading notices 50 cents: Locals with * 62 1-2 ceiits 
per line per time ; solid cuts required. 

The Chronicle is the -Leading Paper <>l 
the Pacific Const, and has the Largest i 
circulation. I son agencies in California, 
Oregon and iNevada, and Washington, 
Arizona, Montana and Idaho Territories, | 
Australia and the Sandwich Islands. 

EVENING BULLETIN. -Every evening except Sun- 
day, and BULLETIN. Wednesdays. Independent Repub- 
lican. Established 1855. G. K. Fitch and L. Pickering, 
editors. San Francisco Bulletin Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription daily $12; claimed circulation 13,000; weekly 
$2.50 ; claimed circulation 14,500 ; daily 4 pages (Saturday 

6 pages), 9 columns ; weekly 12 pages, 7 columns ; length 
of columns, daily 28 inches : weekly 23 inches ; width 
2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily, 7 lines 
every day, E. O. p., or 2 times a week, first insertion, $1 ; 
2 times $1.75 ; 3 times $2.50 : each additional insertion, 6(1 
cents ; 1 month daily $15 ; E O. D. $8 ; 2 times a week 
$5.50 for each 7 lines ; once a week 7 line-i $1 each inser- 
tion ; less than 7 lines, .first, 15 cents, subsequent inser- 
tions 8 1 cents ; per month $2.15 per line; double column 
advertisements with cuts or special positions, double 
price ; Reading notices, after editorial matter, set in 
agate, 30 cents per line each insertion, per month $7 ; 3(1 
page 50 cents per line each insertion, per month $12; 
weekly, 7 lines. $1.20 each insertion; cuts same price; 
Reading notices 30 cents per line each insertion ; solid 
cuts required. 

EVENING POST. Every evening except, Sunday, and 
POST. Thursdays. Republican. Established' 1871. 
J. P. Jackson, editor; Post Publishing Co.. proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $(i; claimed circulation 16,00(1; week- 
ly $2; claimed circulation 12,000 ; 4 pn<res (Saturday and 
weekly 8 pages). 8 columns ; length of "columns 23 inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, agate, 7 
lines 1 time $1 ; subsequent inser.ious 50 cents, 1 month 
$15, 1 month E. O. D. $8.50 ; 2 times a week $4, 1 time a 
week $3 ; Business specials 7 lines 1 week $4. 1 month 
$12, 1 month E. O. 1). $7, 1 month 2 times a week $5, 
1 month 1 time a week $4. New advertisements 7 lines 
1 time $1; subsequent insertions 75 cents; Reading 
notices 2d page 25 cents per line per time, per month $3 ; 
3d page star notices 30 cents per line per time. Weekly, 

7 lines, first $1, subsequent insertions 75 cents ; Reading 
notices 25 cents per line per time; solid cuts inserted 
without extra charge. 

Advt. page 148. 

EXAMINER. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days. Democratic. Established 1865. Examiner Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$6; sworn circulation 18,000: weekly $1 50, sworn circu- i 



lation 13,600; 4 pages (Sunday and weekly 8 pages\ 9 
columns; length of columns 24 inches, width 1 11-12 inchi s. 
Advertising rates, daily, agate, 7 lines 2d and4ih paiics 
1 time $1 ; 2 times $1.75; 3 times $2.50, each additional 
in-ertion 50 cents ; 7 lines 2d and 4tb pages 1 month (in- 
cluding Sunday) $15; E. O. D. $8.50; 3 limes a week 
$7.50, 2 times u week $5.50. 1 time a week $1 per time ; 
cuts, extra large type or double columns double price ; 
1-t page 7 lines 1 time $1; subsequent insertions 75 cents; 
1 month 3 times a week $11 ; 1 month 2 times a week 
$7.50 ; 2d page Reading notices, set in agate, 30 cents a 
line per time, per month $4; Star (*) notices Island 3d 
pages 35 cents, with display heading 50 cents per line per 
time. Weekly, 7 lines $1 each insertion. Notices same 
as daily rates. No extra charge for cuts in weekly. 
Advt. page 140. 

EXCHANGE. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. Established 1875. 
Dan'l O'Connell, editor; Exchange Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $6 ; estimated circulation 
5000 ; weekly $3, estimated circulation 5000 ; 8 pages. 8 
columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 1 11-12 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily 1-2 inch t7 lines) 
1 time $1, 2 times $1.75, 3 times $-,?.50, additional inser- 
tions 50 cents, 1 month $7.5'i ; 1 month E. O. 1). $4.25 : 
cuts same price. Weekly 1-2 inch 1 time $1 ; subsequent 
insertions 75 cents : solid cut* required. 

The circulation is ten times greater than 
any mining paper published on thePaciiic 
Coast. 

MORNING CALL. Every morning, and CALL, Thurs- 
days. Independent. Established 1856. Loring Picker- 
ing, editor. San Francisco Call Co.. proprietors. Sub- 
scription, dailv $6 ; claimed circulation 40.000. Sunday 
$1.50, claimed circulation 45.000; weekly $1.25. claimed 
circulation 17,000; 4 to 10 pages, 8 columns; length of 
columns -,'5 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, agate. 3d page 18 cents per line each insertion ; all 
except 3d page 1 time 18 cents ; 2 times 31 cents : 3 times 
44 cents; each additional insertion 11 cents per line. 2d 
page reading notices, leaded asiate, 1 time 35 cents, per 
month $9 per line : with top head ng 50 cents per line 
each i user ion. Local reading notices, nonpareil, with *, 
ainoiii; reading matter 511 cent*, on 3d page 62 1-2 cents 
per line. Outline cuts and double columns, double ordi- 
nary rates. Sunday 18 cents per I'ne each insertion; 
Reading notices as in daily. Weekly 18 cents per lint: 
each inser.ion ; Special reading notices 8th page 35 cents 
per line ; Local reading notices atnoivg reading matter 8th 
page 50 cents, on 5th page 62 1 2 cents per line per time ; 
Xo extra charge for cms or double c lumn in weekly. 
Solid cuts required. 

The Morning; Call ranks seventh in the 
list of Dailies in America having the 
largest circulation. 

Advt. page 134. 

REPORT. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY. Thursdays. Independent. Established 18U3. W. M. 
Bunklc, editor. Bunkle & Hi' ster, proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $10 ; claim -d circulation 10,700; weekly 
$5, claimed circulation ?'000; 4 10 8 pages, 9 columns; 
length i "f columns 26 inches, w dth 1 11-12 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, agate, each 7 lines. 1 time $1: 2 times 
$1.75 : 3 times $2 50 each additional insertion 60 cents ; 
per month $15 ; per month E. O. D. $8 ; per month, twice 
8 week $5 50: 1 time a week $1 each insertion; <uts, 
special positions, and double columns double ra.es; 
Re.-iding notices following editorials 30 cents ; on 3d pace 
50 cents per line each insertion. Weekly, 7 lines $1 each 
insertion. Cuts in weekly same price. 

The "Report" is the best evening news- 
paper on the Pacific Coast and was 
a warded the contract for the official adver- 
tising of Kan Francisco in an open contest 
with the other dailies of the city. 
Adnl.. ptt'je 320. 

ARGONAUT. Every Saturday. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1877. F. M. Pixley and J. A. Hart, editors. 
Argonaut, Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription 4 : 
claimed circulation 11,500; 16 page-. 4 columns; length 
of columns 14 inches, width 21-3 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2 ; 12 times $21 ; 26 times 
*3(l ; 1 year $65 : cuts same price. Rending notices, per 
line 30 cents : 12 times 25 cents : 1 year 28 cent- per line 
each insertion. No medical advertisements taken. 
BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN. - Every Saturday. 
Sporting. Established 1882. John Cairn Blmpswi, ouitui. 
B/eeder and Sportsman Publishing Co., proprio.oiv. 



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Subscription $5 ; estimated circulation 6000 ; 16 pages, 
4 columns ; length of columns 14 1-8 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 75 cents 
e'ich insertion : cuts same price. Discounts: 3 months 
10 per cent ; 6 months 20 percent; 1 year 30 per cent; 
Reading notices, brevier, 30 cents per line each insertion. 

CALIFORNIA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every 
Wednesday. Methodist Episcopal. Established 1851. 
B. F. Crary, D.I)., editor. J.'B. Hill, publisher. Sub- 
scription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 3000 ; 8 pages, 6 
columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 month 
$2.50. 3 months $5, 6 months $8, 1 year $13 ; 3 inches 3 
months $14, 6 months $22,1 year $35; 1 column 1 year 
$150; cuts same price. 

CITY ARGUS. Every Saturday. Literary. Illus- 
trated. Established 1878. Robt. C. Culbreth, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $4; estimated circulation 7000 ; 
16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1 per inch 
each insertion ; cuts same price. 

INGLESIDE. Every Saturday. Literary. Established 
1880. Subscription $2.50; estimated circulation 5000; 
16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 inches, widt li 
2 1-3 inches. Advertising, rates, nonpareil. 1 inch 1 time 
$1 ; 1 month $3, 3 months $8 ; cuts same price. 

MINING AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS. Every Satur- 
day. Mining. Illustrated. Established 1860. Dewey & 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $4 ; claimed 
circulation 4000 ; 16 pages. 4 columns ; length of columns 
13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
per line 1 time 25 cents, 1 month 80 cents, 3 months 
$2.20, 6 months $3.50. 1 year $5 ; 1 inch 1 time $2, 1 
month $5, 6 months $24, 1 year $45 ; cuts same price. 




NEWS LETTER AND CALIFORNIA ADVER- 
TISER. Every Saturday. Literary. Established 1856. 
F. Mariott, editor. F. Mariott & Son. proprietors. Sub- 
scription $5 ; claimed circulation 7800 ; 24 pages. 3 col- 
umns ; length of columns 10 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, cover pages per 
inch across page 1 time $5 ; per month $15 ; cover page 
1 time $50 ; per month $150 ; cuts same price ; Original 
reading notices 'first 75 cents, subsequent insertions 50 
cents per line ; discounts: 6 months 10 per cent; 1 year 

15 percent ; solid cuts required. 

Eminently the only Journal for the cult- 
ured on the Pacific Coast. 

PACIFIC RURAL PRESS. Everv Saturday. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1870. E. J. Wickson, editor. Dewey 
& Co.. proprietors. Subscription $3 ; claimed circula- 
tion 6000 ; 16 to 24 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 
13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, per line 1 time 25 cents; 1 month 80 cents; 3 
months $2.20; months $350; 1 year $3; 1-2 inch 1 
month $4 ; 3 months $10 ; 1 year $24 : 1 inch 1 time $2 ; 

1 month $5 : 3 months $14 ; 1 year $45 ; 2 inches 1 year 
$80 ; cuts same price. 

RESCUE. Every Thursday. Temperance. Estab- 
lished 1864. E. F. Diusmore, editor. Frank K. Lane, 
publisher. Subscription $1.50 ; claimed circulation 4500; 

16 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 12 inches, width 

2 5-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per month 1 
inch $2.50 ; inches $12; 12 inches $20; discounts : 6 
months 15 per cent ; 1 year 25 per cent ; cuts same price; 
Reading notices 15 cents per minion line each insertion. 

The Rescue reaches more homes than 
any other weekly on the Pacific Coast. 
Advt. page 198. 

WASP. Every Saturday. Comic. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1876. E. C. Macfarlane & Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $5 ; estimated circulation 



14,000 ; 20'pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 11 1-2 
inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
$1.25 per inch each insertion ; cuts same price. 
Advt. page 190. 

CALIFORNIA ARCHITECT AND BUILDING 
NEWS. Monthly on 15th each month. Architectural 
and mechanical. Illustrated. Established 1879. Jas E. 
& G. H. Wolfe, editors and proprietors. Subscription 
$2; estimated circulation 5000:32 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns 10 1-2 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, each 10 lines 1 time inside 
pages $1 ; page after reading $1.50 ; page preceding read- 
ing $1.75; last page cover $2; one page inside $40; dis- 
count for subsequent insertions*; cuts same price. 

GOLDEN ERA. Monthly. Literary. Established 
1852. Wagner & Bunyan, editors and proprietors. Es- 
timated circulation 5000 ; 100 pages. 2 columns; length 
of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil,' 1 inch 1 time $3; 3 times $8; 6 times 
$15 ; 1 year $25 ; cuts same price. 

ILLUSTRATED FAMILY JOURNAL. Monthly. Lit- 
erary. Established 1883. Family Journal Publishing 
Co.. editors and proprietors. Subscription $1 ; churned 
circulation 10,500: 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 
12 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 25 
cents per line ; per incii $3 each insertion ; 25 per cent 
discount lor 6 months or longer; cuts game price ; Read- 
ing notices 50 cents nonpareil line ; Editorial notices $1 
per line ; 6 mouths or longer 25 per cent discount. 
Advt. puge 192. 

LADIES' HOME JOURNAL. Monthly. Fashions. 
Illustrated. Established 1876. Dewey & Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 
10,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 3-4 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1-2 inch per month $1 ; 1 inch 3 months $4.50 ; cuts same 
price. 

OVERLAND MONTHLY. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1868. Charles D. Barrows. iD.D., and Milicent 
Shin, editors. Samuel Carson, publisher. Subscription 
$4; claimed circulation 5000; 112 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns 8 1-4 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, inside pages per time 1 inch 
$2.40 ; 1-4 page $9 ; 1-2 page $16.50 : 1 page $30 ; inside 
cover 1-2 more ; last page of cover 1 inch $5 ; 1-4 page 
$20 ; 1-2 page $33 ; 1 page $60 ; cuts same price. 

PACIFIC COAST POSTAL INDEX.-First of each 
month. Postal matters. Established 1876. L. P. McCar- 
ty, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1.10 ; claimed 
circulation 3350 ; 8 pager-, 3 columns ; length of columns 
14 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 25 cents per line per month ; cuts same price. 

PACIFIC SCHOOL JOURNAL. Monthly. Educa- 
tional. Established 1877. Albert Lyser, editor. School 
Journal Co., proprietors. Subscription $2; estimated cir- 
culation 4500 ; 48 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 8 
inches, width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, per inch 1 time $2 ; subsequent insertions $1 ; cuts 
same price. 

RAILROAD GAZETTEER. ^Monthly. Established 
1869. H. S. Crocker & Co., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription $1 ; estimated circulation 6000 ; 160 pages : 
length of page 6 1-2 inches, width 4 1-3 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2 ; 1 page $10 ;" dis- 
counts for continued insertions ; cuts same price. 
Advt. page 358. 

STOCKTON. 

EVENING MAIL. Every evening except Sunday, 
and MAIL, Saturday. Independent. Established 1880. E. 
L. Colnon, editor. Colnon. Nnnan & Cosgruve, propiie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $7.50; claimed circulation 2200; 
weekly $2, claimed circulation 2000 ; daily 4 pages, 8 
columns ; weekly 12 pa<;es, 6 columns ; length of columnc, 
dailv 22 inches, weekly 20 inches; width' 2 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch per month $4.50 : 
cuts same price. 

The Mall has nearly double the circula- 
tion of any other paper published in the 
Nan Joa quiti Valley, and Is considered to 
be the best advertising medium In the in- 
terior of the State of California. 



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COLORADO. 



DENVER. 

REPUBLICAN.- Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 



, 

8 pages. 6 columns ; length of columns 20 1-2 inches, width 
21-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 
1 time $1, 2 times $2, 1 week $5, 1 month $15, 3 months 
$39, 6 months $72, 1 year $120 ; each additional 10 lines 3 
months $15, 6 months $30, 1 year$HO; cuts same price; 
E. O. D. 2-3 of daily monthly rate ; Business notices, first 
15 cents, subsequent insertions 10 cents, 1 month 7 1-2 
cents, 1 year 6 cents per line each insertion ; weekly, 5 
lines 1 time $1.50, 1 month $4, 1 year $24 ; 10 lines 1 
time $2.25, 1 month $6, 3 mouths $15, months $24, 
1 year $40 ; 50 lines 1 year $120. 

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 1859. 
Rocky Mountain News Prmting Co., editors and pub- 
lishers. Subscription, daily $10: claimed circulation 
8000 ; weekly $2, claimed circulation 4000 ; 8 pages (Sun- 
days 16 pages), 7 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily, 5 lines 
1 month $5, 3 months $12, 1 year $36 ; 10 lines 1 time $1, 
1 week $.'150, 1 month $10, 3 months $24, 1 year $72; each 
additional 10 lines 3 months $9, 1 year 36 ; cutasame price; 
Business notices, first 15 cents, each subsequent inser- 
tion 10 cents ; Reading notices 25 cents per line each in- 
sertion ; weekly, 5 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 month $1.75, 3 
months $4. 1 year $12 ; 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 
3 months $7, 1 year $20; 20 lines 1 year $33; 30 lines 1 
year $42 ; Business notices per line, first 15 cents, subse- 
quent insertions 10 cents ; solid cuts required. 

TRIBUNE. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days. Republican. Established 1866. Tribune Publish- 
ing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $10 ; 
claimed circulation 7500 ; weekly $2, claimed circulation 
3000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 
10 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $5, 1 month $15, 3 months $39, 
1 year $120; 20 lines 1 month $20, 3 months $54, 1 year 
$180; 5 inches 3 months $114, 1 year $420; cuts' same 
price; E. O. D., 3-4 daily monthly rates; Reading notices 25 
cents per line ; weekly, 5 lines 1 time $1.50, 1 month $4 
3 months $9, 1 year $24- 10 lines 1 time $2.25, 1 month 
$6, 3 months $15, 1 year $40 ; 20 lines 1 year $66 ; 5 inches 
1 year $144; solid cuts required. 

COLORADO FARMER AND LIVE STOCK JOUR- 
NAL. Every Thursday. Agricultural. Established 
1872. J. S. Stanger, editor. Trevette & Stanger, pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 5000: 8 
pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 18 inches, width 21-8 




INTER-OCEAN. Every Saturday. Republican Es- 
tablished 1880. Henry L. Peldwisch, editor. Inter-Ocean 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $3; claimed 
circulation 5300 ; 20 to 24 pages, 3 columns ; length of col- 
umns 12 inches,, width 21-8 inches. Advertising rates 
nonpareil, 10 cents per line ; cuts same price ; Reading 
notices 30 cents per line. 

A Weekly Review. Circulates In Colo- 
rado, New Mexico, Old Mexico, Utah, 
Wyoming. 

POMEROY'S DEMOCRAT. Every Saturday. Dem- 
ocratic. Established 1860. Brick Pomeroy, editor. John 
Keller, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 
15,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 203-4 in' 
ches, width 21-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil 
1-2 inch 1 time $1.25, 1 month $3.50, 3 months $10, 6 
months $15, 1 year $25: 1 inch 1 time $1.75, 1 month 
$5.50, 3 months $14, 6 months $22, 1 year $30 ; 2 inches 
$55, 3 inches $75, 5 inches $100 for 1 year; cuts same 
price; Local notices 25 cenis, 30 lines or more 15 cents 
per line ; Editorial notices 50 cents per line. 
Advt. page 272. 

ROCKY MpUNTAIN MINING REVIEW. Every 
Thursday. Mining. Established 1876. James R. Ives 
and J. G. Ridgley, editors. James R. Ives, proprietor. 
Subscription $4 ; estimated circulation 4000 ; 20 pages 4 
columns; length of columns 101-2 inches, width 21-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 3 months 
$9, 6 months $15, 1 year $25; 1 inch Smonths $14, 6 months 
$25, 1 year $40; 4 inches.3 months $40, 6 month* $75, 
1 year $120 ; cuts same price. 

LEADVILLE. 

CHRONICLE. Every evening except Sunday, and 
CARBONATE CHRONICLE, Saturdays. Republican 
Established 1879. C. C. Davis & Co., editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily, $12; claimed circulation 
4500 ; weekly, $2.50 ; claimed circulation 8000 ; 4 pages 
(weekly 8 pages), 6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 6 lines 
1 month $6.25, 3 months $13.75. 6 months $22.50, 1 year 
$37.50 ; 1 inch 1 month $8.75, 3 months $22.50 ; 6 months 
$37.50, 1 year $60 ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 2-3 daily 
rates ; Reading notices 15 per line ; weekly. 1 inch 1 
month $4, 3 months $8.25, 6 months $15, 1 year $25 ; solid 
cuts required. Eastern Agent, S. C. Beckwith, 48 Tribune 
building, New York. 



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with its rapidly increasing circulation, is one of the 

most valuable mediums for advertising 

in the United States. 



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at $1 per line. Nonpareil. 



Rates for long time or extra space furnished on application. 
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CONNECTICUT 



BRIDGEPORT. 

EVENING FARMER.-Every evening except Sunday, 
and REPUBLICAN FARMER, Fridays. Democratic. 
Established 1790. James L. Gould, editor. Gould & 
Stiles, proprietors. Subscription, daily $7 ; estimated 
circulation 2200 : weekly $1.50; estimated circulation 
3100 ; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly 9 columns); length of 
columns, daily 26 inches, weekly 28 inches ; width 2 1-3 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1-2 inch 1 
time 75 cents ; 1 week $1.50 ; 1 month $3 ; 3 months $6 ; 
1 year $15 ; 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week $2.25 ; 1 month $5 ; 
3 months $10 ; 1 year $25; each additional inch 3 months 
$6 ; 1 year $15. Cuts game price. E. O. D. same price 
as every day. 3 times a week 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 
time a week 1-3 daily monthly rates. Special notices and 
inside pages 1-2 extra. Daily and weekly for 3 months or 
longer 1-3 more than daily rate*. Weekly, 1-2 inch, first 
75 cents, subsequent insertions 20 cents, 3 months $3 ; 
1 year $9; 1 inch, first $1, subsequent insertions 35 
cents ; 3 months $5 ; 6 months $9 : 1 year $16. Locals in 
either paper, first 20 cens, subsequent insertions 10 
cents per line. No double columns. Solid cuts required. 
Has the largest circulation in Western 
Connecticut. 

STANDARD. Every evening except Sundays, and 
REPUBLICAN STANDARD. Fridays. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1839. John D. Candee and G. C. Waldo, edi- 
tors. The Standard Association, proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $7 ; claimed circulation 3100 ; weekly $2 ; 
claimed circulation 2700 ; daily 4 pages, 9 columns ; 
weekly 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns, daily 26 
inches : weekly 22 inches ; width 2 1-6 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, nonpareil, daily, 1-2 inch 1 time 50 cents ; 1 
week $1.75 ; 1 month $4 ; 3 months $7 ; 1 year $15 ; 1 inch 
1 time $1 ; 1 week $2.25 : 1 month $5 ; 3 months $10 ; 1 
year $25 ; each additional inch 1 year $18. Cuts double 
for space of cut. Special notices 1-2 extra. Weekly 1 
inch 1 time $1 ; 1 month $2 ; 3 months $5 ; 1 year $16. 

DA1VBURY. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sundays, and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays. Neutral. .Established 1835. J. M. 
Bailey, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $4 ; 
claimed circulation 1000 ; weekly $2 ; claimed circulation 
3600 ; daily 4 pages, 6 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns ; length of columns, daily 19 inches; weekly 21 
inches ; width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil 
weekly 1-2 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 month $2 ; 3 months $5 : 1 
year $12; 1 inch 1 time $1.25 ; 1 month $3.25 : 3 months 
$7.50 ; 1 year $20 ; 1-4 column 3 months $22.50, 1 year 
$60 ; 1 column 1 year $175 ; cuts same price ; 5th page 50 
per cent ; 8th page 33 1-3 per cent ; next reading 25 per 
cent extra. Reading notices 20 cents per line. Daily 
and weekly 75 per cent additional. 

HARTFORD. 

COURANT. Every morning except Sunday, and CON- 
NECTICUT COURANT, Thursday*. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1761. Gen. Jos. R. Hawley, editor. Hawley, 
Goodrich & Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $8 ; 
claimed circulation 6200 ; weekly $1.50 ; claimed circu- 
lation 7500 : 4 pages, 9 columns : length of columns 28 
inches ; width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates daily, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $1 : 1 week $3.50 ; 1 month $8 ; 3 
months $16; 6 motfths $24: 1 year $36; 2 inches $70: 3 
inches $100 1 year : cuts and special notices 1-2 extra ; 
double columns double price ; E. O. D. same as 
every day ; 1 time or 2 times a week 1-2 ; 3 times a week 
3-4 daily monthly rates; Local notices 20 cents ; Read- 
ing notices 25 cents per line per time. Weekly 1 inch 1 
rime $1.50 ; 1 month $4.50 : 3 months $13 ; 6 months $25; 
1 year $50. Greater space at s.me rate. 1-2 inch 1 year 
$25 ; 3d page 50 per cent ; Special notices 100 per cent 
extra. Local notices 20 cents per line. 



POST. Every "evening except Sundays, and CON- 
NECTICUT PO'ST, Saturdays. Republican. Established 
1856. Evening Post Association, editors and proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $8; estimated circulation 4500; 
weekly '$1.50 ; estimated circulation 5000; daily 4 pages, 
9 columns ; weekly 8 pages 6 columns ; length of col- 
umns, daily 27 1-2 inches; weekly 20 1-2 inches ; width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1-2 inch 
1 time 50 cents ; 1 week $1.75 ; 1 month $4 ; 1 year $18 ; 
1 inch 1 lime $1 ; 1 week $3.50 : 1 month $8 ; 3 months 
$16 ; 1 year $36 ; 3 times a week 3-4 ; a times a week 1-2 
daily monthlyirates ; no extra charge for cuts. Weekly, 
1 inch 1 time $1.50 ;1 month $4.50; 3 months $13 ; 1 
year $50. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY, Fridays. Democratic. Established 1817. Burr Bros., 
editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $8 ; sworn 
circulation 7650 ; weekly $1.50 ; sworn circulation 6000 ; 
8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 1-2 inches ; 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 
I inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week $3.50 ; 1 month $8 ; 3 months 
$16 ; 1 year $36 ; 1-2 inch 1-2 price for an inch ; 3 inches 
3 months $40; 1 year $100 ; double columns 1-2 extra; 
special portions inside pages 50 per cent ; outside pages 
100 per cent extra ; E. O. D. same price as daily : 3 times 
a week 3-4 ; 1 or 2 times a week 1-2 daily rates ; Locals 20 
cents per line. Weekly, 1 inch 1 time $1.50 ; 1 month 
$4.50; 3 months $13 ; 1 year $50; more than 1 inch same 
rates per inch; 1-2 inch 1-2 of price for 1 inch ; Local no- 
tices 20 cents per line ; double columns 1-2 extra. No 
cuts inserted. 

Advt. page 298. 

AMERICAN POULTRY YARD. Every Saturday. 
Poultry raising. Established 1878. H. H. Stoddard, ed- 
itor and proprietor. Subscription $1.50 ; estimated cir- 
culation 3800 ; 4 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 19 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
less than 1 month 75 cents per inch per week ; 1 month 
or longer 50 cents per inch per week. Cuts same price. 

CHRISTIAN SECRETARY. Every Wednesday 
Baptist. Established 1822. Rev. S. D. Phelps, D.D., 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circu- 
lation 3000 : 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 25 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
per line 1 time 8 cents ; 1 month 23 cents ; 2 months 37 
cents ; 3 months 50 cents ; 6 months 87 cents ; IJyear $1.64. 
Cuts same price. 

The oldest Baptist \veekly newspaper in 
the country with one exception. 

CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC. Every Saturday .f Cath- 
olic. Established 1876. John E. Scanlan, editor. M. F. 
Scanlan, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circula- 
tion 5300 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rat eg "nonpareil, 
1 inch 1 month $2 ; 3 months $5 ; 1 year $16 ; 2 inches 1 
year $30 ; 4 inches 1 year $45. Cuts same price. Spe- 
cial and reading notices 10 to 25 cents per line. 

CONNECTICUT FARMER. Every Saturday. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1879. A. R. Graves, editor and 
business manager. Subscription $2 : claimed circulation 
5200 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 19 inches", 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 month $2, 3 months $5. 1 year $16 ; 4 inches 3 months 
$16, 1 year $45 ; 20 inches 1 year $150 ; cuts same price. 

RELIGIOUS HERALD. Every Thursday. Congrega- 
tional. Established 1843. D. B. Moseley & Sons, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $2.10; claimed circulation 
2000 ; 4 pages. 8 columns ; length of columns 25 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1, 1 month $2 50, 3 months $5, 6 months $9.50, 1 
year $18 ; cuts same price. 



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BONFORT'S 



Wine and Spirit Circular 



IlsT 1871. 



Published on the 10th and 25th of each month 



46 Beaver Street, New York. 



Subscription, .... $5 per annum. 



This journal contains a complete record of all 
events, commercial and legislative, bearing upon 
the trade it represents, and is widely read and 
known in all parts of the world. , 

PHILIP BONFORT, ) 

CHARLES McK. LEOSER, \ PMi ^' 



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SUNDAY JOURNAL. Established 1867. Joseph H. 
Barrium, editor arid proprietor. Subscription $2.50 ; 
sworn circulation 5910 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length of 
columns 25 3-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches . Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, first insertion 12 1-2 cents, subsequent 
insertions 6 cents ; cuts same price ; Special positions 

12 1-2 cents ; Special notices 15 cents ; Reading notices on 
3d page 30 cents, on 2d page 50 cents per line. 

CAPITAL CITY HOME GUEST. Monthly. Literary. 
Illustrated. Established 1882. R. L. Spencer & Co., 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed circu- 
lation 60.000 ; 12 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 

13 1-4 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
50 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

POULTRY M^ORLD. Monthly. Poultry. Established 
1872. H. H. Stoddard, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $1.25 ; estimated circulation 11,000; 36, pages, Z col- 
umns; length of columns 9 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, $2 per inch each insertion, 
1 year $18 ; nothing less than 1-2 inch ; cuts same price ; 
special positions double price. 

Tin- oldest periodical in America devot- 
ed exclusively to Poultry. 



NEW HAVEN. 

MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. Every 
morning except Sunday ; and CONNECTICUT HERALD 
AND WEEKLY JOURNAL, Thursdays. Independent. 
Established 1766. Carrington & Co., editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $5; claimed circulation 5000- 
weekly $1.50; claimed circulation 2100; 4 pages, 9 col- 
umns ; length of columns 27 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch 1 time $1.20 1 
week $3.20, 1 month $10, 3 mouths $18, 1 year $40- 2 
inches 1 month $18, 3 months $30, 1 year $70 ; cuts same 
price ; E. O. D 3-4, twice a week 1-2 daily monthly 
rates ; Special notices 1-2 extra ; Local notices first time 



PALLADIUM. Every morning except Sunday and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1828. 
H. E. Beaton, editor. The Palladium Co., proprietors 
Subscription, daily $8 ; claimed circulation 4000; weekly 
$2 : claimed circulation 2500 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length 
of columns 2? inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 1 
rates, nonpareil, daily, 1-2 inch 1 lime 75 cents, 1 week $2. 
1 month $7, 3 months $12, 1 year $30 : 1 inch 1 time $1.20, 
1 week $3.20, 1 month $10, 3 mouths $18, 1 year $40 ; each 
additional inch 1 month $8, 3 months $12, 1 year $30 cuts 
same price; E. O. D. 3-4, 2 times a week 1-2 daily month- 
ly rates, 1 time a week as new advertisement each time 
Special notices 1-2 extra ; Locals 15 cents per line each 
insertion, double column 1-2 extra ; weekly, per inch first 
$1.50, subsequent insertions 75 cents. 

REGISTER. Every evening except Sunday; SUNDAY 
morning; and COLUMBIAN WEEKLY REGISTER, 
Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1812. N. G. Os- 
born, editor. The Register Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $6 ; claimed circulation 6000 ; Sunday 
$2; claimed circulation 9400; weekly $1 ; claimed circu- 
lation 6500 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length of columns 25 
inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, non- 
pareil. 1-2 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2, 1 month $7, 3 
months $12, 1 year $30 ; 1 inch 1 time $1.20, 1 week $3.20, 
1 month $10, 3 months $18, 6 months $28, 1 year $40 : 
each additional inch 3 months $12, 1 year $30; cuts same 
price : Special notices 1-2, double column 1-4 extra ; 
E. O.D. 3-4, 2 times a week 1-2 daily monthly rates ; 1 
time a week $1.20 per inch each insertion ; Reading noti- 
ces first 30 cents, subsequent insertions 15 cents per line 
weekly, 1-2 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 month $2.25, 1 year 
$12 ; per inch 1 time $1.50, 1 month $3.75, 3 months $7.80 
6 months $13, 1 year $20 ; Sunday rates same as weekly. 
Solid curved cuts required. 

UNION. Every evening except Sunday, and Sunday 
morning. Democratic. Established 1871. Alexander 
Troup, editor. Union Printing Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $8 ; claimed circulation 4500 ; Sunday $2 
claimed circulation 6500 ; 8 pages, 6 columns length of 
columns 20 inches, width 21-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time $1.20, 1 week $.120, 1 month 



$10, 3 months $18, 1 year, $40 ; E. O. D. 3-4, 2 times a 
week il-2, daily monthly rates ; Sunday 1 inch 1 time 
$1.20, subsequent insertions 60 cents. No cuts inserted. 

LOOMIS' MUSICAL AND MASONIC JOURNAL. 
Monthly. Musical. Established 1867. C. M. Loomis, ed- 
itor and proprietor. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 
3000 ; 28 pages. 3 columns ; length of columns 11 inches, 
width 2 l"-2 inches. Advertising rates furnished on appli- 
cation to publisher, or to John F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park 
row, New York. 

NEW L.ONDON. 

DAY. Every morning except Sunday, and THE 
WEEK, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1881. John 
A. Tibbits, editor. The Day Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $5 ; claimed circulation 5750 ; weekly 50 cents; 
claimed circulation 2500 ; 4 pages. 7 columns (weekly 9 
columns) ; length of columns 18 1-2 inches (weekly 26 
inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 8 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2.50, 1 month 
6, 3 months $15? 6 months $25, 1 year $40 ; no cuts in- 
serted in daily : Reading notices 20 cents per line ; weekly 
8 lines 1 time 50 cents, 1 month $2, 3 months $4, 1 year 
$8 ; 2 inches 3 months $10, 1 year $20 ; 1 column 1 year 
$125; cuts same price. 

circulation of Day three times tbat of 
any dally in Eastern Connecticut. Tlie 
Week, one of tlie largest and tlie cheapest 
weekly in Connecticut. The Day Is print- 
ed 011 a Hoe Type-Revolving Perfecting 
Web Press. 

TELEGRAM. Every evening except Sunday ; and 
CONNECTICUT GAZETTE, Fridays. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1873. F. Dana Reed, editor. New London 
Printing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $6; claim- 
ed circulation 2300 ; weekly $1 ; claimed circulation 1000 : 



time 50 cents, 1 week $1.50,' 1 month $3.25, 1 year $16; 1 
inch 1 time 75 cenrU, 1 week $2 50, 1 month $6, 1 year $25 ; 
cuts same price. Discount for larger space. 

Only Evening Paper published In East- 
ern Connecticut. Kest advertising medi- 
um to reach families. 

NORWICH. 

MORNING BULLETIN. -Every morning except Sun- 
day, and COURIER, Wednesdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished, daily 1858, weekly 1796. The Bulletin Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $8 ; estimated circulation 
4000; weekly 50 cents ; estimated circulation 6000; daily 
4 pages, 7 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns 19 3-4 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch 1 time $1, 2 times $1.50, 1 
week $2.75. 1 month $6, 3 months $12, 6 months $18, 1 
year $30 ; E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a week 
1-3 daily monthly rates ; Special notices 1-4, Reading 
notices 1-3 extra ; Local notices 20 cents per line : weekly, 
1 inch 1 time $1, subsequent insertions 40 cents, 3 months 
$5, 6 months $9. 1 year $16. No cuts or double column 
advertisements inserted or preferred positions given in 
either daily or weekly. 

COOLEY'S WEEKLY. Every Saturday. Independent. 
Established 1876. J. G. Cooley, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription 50 cents; swom circulation 7440; 4 pages, 
8 columns ; length of columns 25 inches, width 2 1-12 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil. 1 inch 1 time 75 
cents, 1 month $2, 3 months $5, 1 year $16, 1-4 column 
$100, 1 column $400 1 year; cuts same price ; Locul no- 
tices 23 cents per line. Solid cuts required. , 

WATERBURY. 

AMERICAN. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Independent. Established 1844. C. F. 
Chapin, editor. American Printing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $6 ; claimed circulation 3900 ; week- 
ly $2 ; claimed circulation 4000 ; daily 4 pages, 7 col- 
umns ; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 24 
inches ; weekly 21 inches ; width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents ; 1 
week $2 ; 1 month $5 ; 3 months $11 ; 1 year $25 ; E. O. 
D. 3-4 daily monthly rates. Weekly 1-2 daily rates for 
same time ; no cuts inserted. 



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THE SUNDAY MERCURY. 



Having a guaranteed circulation of 75,000 copies, 
Offers special inducements to advertisers, 

In proportion to circulation, its rates are the cheapest in the city. 



It contains more stories than the story papers. More news than the newspapers. More 

fun than the comic papers. More theatre news than the dramatic papers. 

More society news than the society papers. More exclusive 

local sensations than all the papers. 



The Sunday Mercury is mailed to all parts of the United States and Canada for Two 
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Addess 



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Established 1880. 



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Circulation 35,000. 



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Advertising Kates, 3O Cents per line. 



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DELAWARE. 



WILMINttTON. 

EVERY EVENING. Every evening except Sunday, 
and DELAWARE GAZETTE AND STATE JOUR- 
NAL, Thursdays. Independent. Established, daily 
1867, weekly 1784. Every Evening Publishing Co., edi- 
tors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $5 ; claimed 
circulation 5300 ; weekly $1 ; claimed circnlation 2200 ; 
4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly 9 columns ; length of col- 
umns 22 inches, weekly 20 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, agate, first 7 cents; subsequent 
insertions 5 cents per line ; per month less than 20 Hues 
50 cents ; 21 to 50 lines 45 cents ; 51 to 100 lines 43 cents ; 
101 to 300 lines 40 cents per line ; discounts : 2 months 5 
per cent ; 3 months 10 per cent ; 6 months 15 per cent ; 
!) months 25 per cent ; 1 year 33 1-3 per cent ; cuts same 
price ; E. O. D. 60 per cent ; 2 times a Week 45 per cent ; 
1 time a week 25 per cent, except Saturday which is 30 
per cent of daily monthly rates ; City items 3 lines 25 
cents ; Locals 15 cents per line each time. Weekly 30 
per cent of daily rates for week, month, etc. ; solid cuts 
required. 

MORNING NEW8. Every morning except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Kefjublican. Established 1878. 
Watson R. Sperry, editor. Edgar M. Hopes, proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $4 ; claimed circulation 5600 ; week- 
ly 75 cents ; claimed circulation 2000 ; 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns ; length of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, daily |flrst 7 cents, subsequent 
insertions 5 cents; 1 month 50 cents ; 8 months $1.85 ; (5 
months $2.55 ; 1 year $4 per line ; discounts : 21 lines 1 
month or longer 10 per cent ; 51 lines 14 per cent ; 101 



lines 20 per cent j cuts same price; 1st page advertise- 
ments and nonpareil notices after reading double rates ; 
City items 8 1-3 cents per line per time ; E. O. D. 60 per 
cent ; 2 times a week 45 per cent ; 1 time a week, except 
Saturday. 30 per cent of daily monthly rate ; solid cuts 
required. 

THK MORNING NEWS Is the only in on. 
in 1C daily In the S.ate, and the only paper 
out of" the larger cities receiving the nn- 
colideiised telegraph reports of the New- 
York Associated l*resB. II* faint growing 
popularity and Increased business com- 
pelled the publishers to enlarge this paper 
four column* in September, making it a 
32-columii sheet, and a iteivnpaper une- 
qualled ,iii enterprise aiidj ability in any 
city of this size in the I). S. Its advertising 
fates are in accordance with its circula- 
tion. The Weekly is a new paper, but has 
already giilned a substantial foothold, as 
the price is less than one half of any other 
weeklylitthestate. Send for specimen. 
Advt.page 202. 

SUNDAY MORNING STAR. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1881. J. B. Bell editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tionlftl 50 ; claimed circulation 5147 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; 
length of columns 23 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1 month or longer 5 cents ; 3 
months 3 1-2 cents ; 6 months 3 cents ; Ifyear 2 1-2 ce"its 
per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 



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list of 

90,000 COPIES WEEKLY! 

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No effort has been made to secure advertisements, and as our space will be lim- 
ited, it will pay you to at once take advantage of our present low rate. 
A trial will convince you that the ARGOSY will pay. 

. 40 cents per agate line. Reading Notices One Dollar per line. 



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CUMBERSOME RAILWAY GUIDE IN PROVIDING INFOR- 

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The Continent says : "Its information is such that the traveller has no excuse for losing his way." 

Besides reliable railway Time-Tables and Descriptive Routes, it fur- 
nishes a large collection of Humorous Sketches, Poems, and 
Paragraphs, of which the press criticisms 
are always flattering. 

The Magazine is under the editorial management of STANLEY HUNTLEY, Esq., author of the "Spoopen- 
tlykc Sketches," aided by such occasional contributors as R. J. Burdette, of the Jiurling/on Hau-k-eye, Clias. Lewis 
(M. Quad), of the Detroit free Presa. Eugene Field, of the Chicago Ntws, Geo. T. Lanigan, of the Rocnester Post and 
Ex.prew, 0. H. Williams, of the Nornslowu Herald, Bill Nye, Opiu P. Reade, and others. 

It is invaluable to the home and the traveller, and the fact that its circulation has steadily increased every year 
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



WASHINGTON. 

EVENING CRITIC. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1864. Evening Critic Pub- 
lishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $4.50; claimed 
circulation 9000 ; 4 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 
21 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 
time 12 1-2 cents; 1 week 50 cents; 1 month $1.25; 3 
months $2.60 ; 6 months $4 ; 1 year $7 per line ; cuts 
same price. 

EVENING STAR. Every evening'except Sunday, and 
STAR, Fridays. Independent. Established 1852. C. 8. 
Noyes, editor. Evening Star Newspaper Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $6; sworn circulation 17,900 ; 
weekly $1 ; sworn circulation 4300 ; daily 4 pages, week- 
ly 8 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 24 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily 4 
lines 1 time 60 cents ; 1 week $2 ; 1 month $5 ; 3 months 
$13 ; 1 year $37.50 ; E. O. D. 1 month $4..35 ; 3 months 
$9.50 ; 1 year $28.25 ; 2 times a wrek 1 month $3.50 ; 3 
months $7; 1 year $22.50 ; special positions double; 
City items 20 cents per line ; Local mention 30 cents per 
line ; Local notices 50 cents per line ; no cuts inserted. 
Weekly, 5 cents per line each insertion ; City items 10 
cents. Daily frequently issues double sheets. 
Advt. pageSGQ. 

NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. Every morning except 
Sunday, and Weekly Thursday. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1862. Frank Hatton, editor. The National Re- 
publican Co., proprietors. Saml. W. Curriden. business 
manager. Subscription, daily $8 ; claimed circulation 
9500 ; weekly $1.50 ; claimed circulation 15,000 : 8 pages, 
6 columns ; 'length of columns 2t inches, width 2 1-7 
inches. Advertising rates, asate, daily, 1 time 12 1-2 
cents ; 2 times 20 cents ; 1 week 50 cents ; 1 month $1.25; 
3 months $2 50 ; 6 months $4 ; 1 year $7 per line ; E. O. 
D. 3 months $2 ; 1 year $4.50 per line ; 2 times a week 3 
month* $1.50 ;1 year $3.50 : cuts same price ; Special no- 
tices 1st 18 cents; subsequent insertions 12 cents per line; 
Local mention 1st 20 cents; subsequent insertions 15 
cents per line. Weekly per line 1 time 20 cents'; 1 month 
(50 cents; 3 months $1.20; 6 months $> ; 1 year $3.50: solid 
cuts required. 

Tin- most desirable advertising medium 
at tlie National Capital, at loweitt Kates. 

Advt. page%06. 

POST. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. 
Democratic. Established 1877. Stilson Hutchins, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription, daily, $8; claimed circula- 
tion 11,000; Sunday $2 ; ^claimed circulation 15,000; 
weekly 75 cents: claimed circulation 60,000; 4 pages 
(Sunday[8 pages), 8 coiumnsjength of columns 24 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, agate, 1 
time 15 cents ; 1 week 50 cents ; 1 month $1 ; 6 months 
$5.50 ; 1 year $10 per line ; extra charge for cuts ; Loc'al 
notice- reading type 50 cents ; after reading 25 cents per 
line ; nonpareil Reading notices 25 cents : on 1st page 50 
cents per line ; Sunday 1 time 15 cents ; 3 times 35 cents ; 
6 times 50 cents ; 1 year $'i.50 per line : Local nonpareil 
notices 25 cents ; if leaded and on outside pajes 50 cents 
per line. Weekly 15 cents per line each insertion : solid 
cuts required. 

The Publishers of the POST will guaran- 
tee that its combined and aggregate circu- 
lation is larger than that of all the other 
AVaHhiiigton papers combined, except pos- 
sibly one. 

Advt. page 356. 



AMERICAN PROTESTANT. Every Saturday. Re- 
publican and Protestant. Established 1870. Jos. Robin- 
son McCready editor. American Protestant Publishing 
Co. proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 
10,000 ; 4 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, 
width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil 20 cents 
per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 
Advt. page 356. 

AMERICAN REGISTER. Every Saturday. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1881. American Register Co.. editors 
and proprietors. Subscriion $2 ; estimated circulation 
5000 ; 16 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 11 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time 
$1. 50 per inch ; subsequent insertions 15 cents; special 
rates by the year ; cuts same price. Local notices 40 
cents per line. 

ARMY AND NAVY REGISTER.-Every Saturday. 
Military. Established 1878. Edmund Hudson, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $3 ; claimed circulation 3500 ; 
16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 inches, width 2 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50; 
1 month $4.80 ; 3 months $12 ; 6 months $18 ; 1 year $30. 
On editorial page 1 inch 1 time $2.40, 1 month $8, 3 
months $18, 6 months $30, 1 year $50 ; cuts same price. 

CAPITAL. Every Sunday. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1870. E. Hudson, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $2.50 ; claimed circulation 7000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; 
length of columns 19 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 2 times $2.50, 

1 month $4, 3 months 8.50, 6 months $15, 1 year $25; cuts 
same price ; Local notices 25 cents, Reading notices 50 
cents per line each insertion. 

HATCHET. Every Saturday Humorous. Illustrat- 
ed. Established 1883. E. W. Brady, editor. M. D. 
Helm, business manager. Subscription $2.50; claimed 
circulation 20,000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
20 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 1 inch-1 time $2, 1 month $7.50, 3 months $20, 1 year 
$50 ; 5 inches 1 year $230 ; cuts same price ; Reading no- 
tices 25 cents pt-r.line, brevier type. 

NATIONAL TRIBUNE, Every Thursday. Independ- 
ent. Established 1877. IGeorge E. Lemon, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $1 ; sworn circulation 90,498 ; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns 21 1-6 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line 
each insertion : Discounts, 4 times 10 per cent, 8 times 15 
per cent, 13 times 20 per cent, 26 times 25 per cent, 1 year 
30 per cent ; Reading notices 75 cents per line agate ; die- 
counts same as for ordinary advertisements. Solid curs 
inserted without extra charge. New York office, Tribune 
building. 

Advt. page 204. 

NATIONAL VIEW. Every Saturday. Greenback. 
Established 1878. Lee Crandall, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 20,000; 4 pages, 7 
columns ; length of columns 23 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rstcs, agate 15 cents per line per 
time ; cuts same price. Discounts for repeated inser- 
tions. 

REPUBLIC. Every Sunday. Republican. Estab- 
lished 3877. II. J. Ramsdell, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $2.50; claimed circulation 4"6QI; 20 pages, 3 col- 
umns ; length of columns 11 inches, width 2 1-16 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1st page 20 cents, other 



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The Examiner, 

PUBLISHED BY BRIGHT, CHURCH & COMPANY (INCORPORATED), 

At 39 PARK ROW (Times Building], NEW YORK, 

Is the LEADING ami the MOST WIDELY CIRCULATED BAPTIST NEWSPAPER IN AMERICA. 
The circulation of THE EXAMINEK is averaged at 

30,000 COPIES, 

running more than that in the Fall, Winter, and Spring, which are the reading as well as the business seasons. 

ADVERTISEMENTS 

will be inserted for 30 cents an Agate line ; Reading Notices for $1.50 Minion line leaded, $1 solid ; Special Notices 
for 50 cents Agate line. We measure from rule to rule. 

DISCOUNTS: 

20 per cent off for 13 insertions ; 25 per cent off for 26 insertions ; 30 per cent off for 52 insertions. No discount on 

eighth page insertions. 



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NEW YORK. 
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in the Fashion World. The latest styles for Ladies' and Children's Costumes and Garments are always to be found 
in it. accompanied with full and precise descriptions and instructions for making up. The latest intelligence concern- 
ing Fabrics, Trimmings, Coiffures, Millinery, Shoes, Hosiery, Lingerie, Jewelry, and Fancy and Art Needlework is 
supplied in each number, with numerous handsome engravings representing the latest styles and designs in each 
department. 

As a literary magazine, TUE DOMESTIC MONTHLY finds its place in the front rank of first-class magazines. Serials, 
Sketches, Poems, Essays on Social and Current Topics, Travels, Domestic Economy, Art and Literary Reviews, etc., 
by the best writer?, have each a place in its pages, and no effort is spared to furnish its readers the best achievements 
in every department of intellectual effort. The literary contents include such^i variety as to suit every taste, and 
prove of interest to every class of readers. 

It needs but little examination to convince any lady that she cannot afford to do without THE DOMESTIC MONTHLY. 

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THE PREMIUM. Every subscriber receives a DOLLAR'S WORTH of the celebrated "DOMESTIC" PAPER 

FASHIONS as a Premium. The Patterns are selected by the subscriber, \vho has the privilege to order them at any 
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pnges 12 1-2 cents per line each insertion ; 1 year 1 inch 
$36, 1 column $300 ; cuts same price. Heading notices 20 
cents per line each insertion. 

SUNDAY CHRONICLE. Independent Republican. 
Established 1861. J. Q. Thompson, editor. J. (} Thomp- 
son & Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circu- 
lation 0500; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of column 25 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 
I time $1.50, 1 month $4.50, 3 months $10, 1 year $32: 5 
inches 1 month $20, 3 months $85, 1 year $150; cuts same 
price. Special notices Iti cents per line ; Local notices 23 
cents ; Editorial notices 50 cents. 

The Oldest l<:*tabli*hp<l Weekly family 
and political Journal in the National Cap- 
ital. Founded by tlie late Colonel John 
\V. Forney in March, 1861, and published 
continuously since that date. 
Advt. page. 360. 

SUNDAY GAZETTE. Independent Republican. Es- 
tablished 1865. F. G. Morrow, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 5837 :4 pages, 8 col- 
umns ; length of columns 25 3-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time 12 1-2 cents, subse- 
quent insertions 8 1-3 cents ; cuts same price. Locals 25 
cents per line. 

SUNDAY HERALD AND WEEKLY INTELLI- 
GENCER. Democratic. Established 1865. I. N. Bur- 
ritt, editor and proprietor, Subscription $2.50 ; estimated 
circulation 6000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of column 
25 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 12 1-2 cents for first, 8 1-3 cents subsequent inser- 
tions ; cuts same price. 

WORLD AND CITIZEN SOLDIER. Every Saturday. 
Independent, Established 1875. A. F. Sperry, editor. 
N. W. Fitzgerald, proprietor. Subscription $1 ; estimat- 



ed circulation 20,000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of col- 
umns 19 1-4 inches, width 21-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 25 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

AMERICAN FARM AND HOME.-Monthly. Agricultu- 
ral. Established 1881. Subscription $1 : estimated cir- 
culation 8000; 20 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
121-2 inches, width 21-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
10 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

NATIONAL VETERAN. Monthly. Soldiers' interest. 
Established 1882, Emily Thornton Charles, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 5000 : 
8 pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 171-2 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$1 ; 3 times $2 ; 6 times $3.50 ; 1 year $6. 3 inches 1 time 
$2.63; 1 year $16. 1 column 1 time $15.75; 1 year $94; 
cuts same price. Reading notices 10 cents per line. 

REPORTER. -Monthly. Governmental affairs. Estab- 
lished 1881. A. A. Thomas, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1; estimated circulation 8000; 8 pages, 4 
columns ; length of columns 13 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 12 1-2 cents per line each 
insertion ; cuts same price. 

U. S. GAZETTE. Monthly. Established 1873. J. H. 
Soule, editor and proprietor. Subscription 75 cents ; 
estimated circulation 5500 ; 8 pages, 3 columns ; length of 
columns 13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil,! inch 1 time $1.50; 3 months $4 ; (i 
months $7 ; 1 year $12. 10 inches 3 months $25 ; 1 year 
$80 ; cuts same price. 

VEDETTE. Monthly. Organ of Mexican war vet- 
erans. Established 1879. A. M. Kenaday, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $1 ; sworn circulation 10,000 ; 
16 pages. 3 columns ; length of columns 10 inches, width 
2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1 per inch 
each insertion ; cuts same price. 



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FLORIDA^ AGRICULTURIST. Every Wednesday. 
Agricultural. Established 1876. C. Codington editor. 
Codington & Co. .proprietors. Subscription $2; - claimcd 
circulation 1500 ; 8 pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 
16 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 1 inch 1 month $2; 3 months $4 : 1 'year $10. 1-4 
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JACKSONVILLE TIMES. -Union. 'Every morning ex- 
cept Monday, FLORIDA WEEKLY TIMEU, Thursday. 
Independent Democratic. Esiablished 1882. C. H. 
Jones, editor. Jones, Varnum A Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $10 ; claimed circulation 3500 ; weekly $1; 
claimed circulation 3300 : 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of 
columns 25 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
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month $5 ; 1 year $48 ; cuts same price. Weekly, per 
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mead, editors. Ashmead Bros., proprietors. Subscrip- 
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length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1.50 ; 1 month 
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ATLANTA. 

CONSTITUTION. Every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Democratic. Established 
1868. Constitution Publishing Co., editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $10; sworn circulation 
0720 (Sunday, sworn circulation 11,520), weekly $1.50. 
sworn circulation 12.720; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, daily, 5 lines 1 time 50 cents; 1 week $2.65; 1 
month $8.95; 3j months $22; 6 months $40; 1 year $60. 
10 lines 1 time $1; 1 week $3.70; 1 month $12.50; 3 
months $31; 6 months $53.40; 1 year $83.50. 3 months 
20 lines $58; 40 lines $100. 1 year, 20 lines $157.50; 40 
lines $230; cuts same price. E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 
1-2 daily monthly rates. Special positions 10 per cent 
extra. Heading notices, double ordinary advertising 
rates. Weekly, 10 lines $1. Reading notices 20 cents 
per line each insertion. 

CHRISTIAN INDEX. Every Thursday. Baptist. 
Established 1821. M. B. Wharton, editor. Harrison, 
Wharton and Lawton, proprietors. Subscription $2.50; 
estimated circulation 12,000; 1(5 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-t inches. Advertising 
rates, brevier, 1 time 20 cents; subsequent insertions 15 
cents per line ; cuts same price. Special notices 30 
cents per line. 

The only Baptist publication iti Georgia 
and Representing a denomination num- 
bering about 200,000. 

j Advl. page 210. 

SUNNY SOUTH. Every Saturday. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1874. John H. and Wm. B. Seals, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2 50 ; 8 pages, 6 columns, length 
of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, $ 1 per inch each insertion : 3 months or 
longer 50 cents each insertion ; cuts same price. 

SOUTHERN WORLD. First and fifteenth of each 
month. Literary. Illustrated. Established 1881. J. G. 
Whidby, edit >r. 15. M. Woolley, proprietor. Subscription 
$1; estimated circulation 16,500; 16 to 24 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, per inch. $2 : 1-4 column. $5.75, 
1-2 column $10.50, 1 column $17.50 each insertion ; cuts 
same price ; last page 25 per cent extra ; special rates for 
long time ; Reading notices 40 cents per line. 

The best ill IIN| ruled Agricultural and 
Literary Paper in tlie South. Unsurpassed 
as an advertising medium. Circulates in 
every State and Territory in the Union. 

SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR AND DIXIE FARMER. 
Monthly. Agricultural. Established 1839. W. L. Jones, 
editor. Jas. P. Harrison & Co.. proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $1.50; claimed circulation 25,000 32 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns 15 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, brevier, 1-2 inch 1 time $1 ; each sub- 
sequent insertion 75 cents ; greater space at same rate ; 
cuts same price. 

Advt. page 210. 

AUGUSTA. 

CHRONICLE AND CONSTITUTIONALIST. -Every 
morning and evening except Sunday. Sundav morning, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 
1785. Chroiiiclc and Constitutionalist Co.. editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $10; estimated circulation 



3500; weekly $2 ; estimated circulation' 3500 ; 8 pnires, 6 
columns ; weekly 7 columns ; length of columns 19 3-4 
inches, weekly 22 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week $4; 
1 month $10 ; 1 year $65 ; 2 inches $115 ; 3 inches $160, 
for 1 year ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 2-3 : 2 times a week 
1-2 daily monthly rates ; Special notices 10 cents per line 
per time. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 month $2.50; 1 
year $25. 

COLUMBUS. 

ENQUIRER-SUN Every morning except Monday, 
and ENQUIRER, Tuesdays. Democratic. Established 
1828. John King, editor andl proprietor. Subscription, 
dally $7 ; claimed circulation 3000 : Sunday $1 ; claimed 
circulation 5200 ; weekly $1.10; claimed circulation 4800 ; 
4 pages, 8 columns: weekly and Sunday 9 columns : length 
of columns, daily 23 inches, weekly and Sunday 26 inches, 
width of columns 2 inches. Advert it-ing rates, nonpareil, 
daily 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week $3.50; 1 month $10; 3 
months $*0 ; 1 year $50 ; 2 inches 1 month $17; 3 months 
$35 ; 1 year $88 ; 4 inches 3 months $60 ; 1 year $150 ; 
cuts game price ; Reading matter advertisements double 
ordinary rates ; Local notices 10 cents per line ; E O. D. 
2-3 ; 1 time a week 1-3 of daily monthly rates. Sunday or 
weekly 1-3 of daily rates. Solid cuts required for daily. 



BIACON. 

TELEGRAPH AND MESSENGER. Every morning 
except Monday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. 
Established 1821. P. W. Alexander, edi-or. H.C.Hanson, 
manager. Subscription, daily $10 ; claimed circulation 
4200; weekly $1.50; claimed circulation 5400; 8 pages, 6 
columns ; Sunday and weekly 7 columns ; length of col 
iimns 18 1-4 inches, weekly 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-12 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 
time $1; 1 week $3.50; I month $12; 3 months $24 ; 6 
months $39 ; 1 year $60 ; 20 lines $118 ; 40 lines. $224 ; 100 
lilies $5uO for 1 year; cuts same price; E. O I). 2-3; 2 
times a week 1-2 ; 1 time a week 1-3 of daily monthly 
rates ; special positions 1-4 to 1-2 extra ; Reading notices 
20 cents per line. Weekly, 10 lines 1 time $1 ; 1 month 
$3 ; 3 months $7 ; 6 months $13 ; 1 year $24 ; 3D lines $70 ; 
50 lines $110; 100 lines $200, for 1 year. 

KIND WORDS. Every Saturday. Semi-Monthly and 
Monthly. Baptist. Established 1871. S. Boykin, editor 
and publisher. Subscription, weekly $1 ; estimated cir- 
culation 11, QUO ; semi-monthly 50 cents ; estimated cirut- 
jation 20,000 ; 4 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 11 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
wefcly 15 cents, semi-monthly 25 cents per line each in- 
sertion ; cuts same price. 

WESLEY AN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. -Every Wed- 
nesday. Methodist. Established 1841. W. 11. Potter, 
D.D., editor. J. W. Burke & Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2; claimed circulation 8000; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents per line each insertion; 
cuts same price. 

SOUTHERN MUSICAL JOURNAL AND FIRESIDE 
VISITOR. Monthly. Musical and li'erary. Illustrated. 
Established 1875. Georgia Publishing House, proprie- 
tors. Subscription $1; claimed circulation SOOO: 34 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns 9 1-2 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$1, subsequent insertions 50 cents ; cuts same price. 



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MORNING NEWS. Every morning, and NEWS, Sat- 
urdays. Democratic. Established 1850. J. H. Estill, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $_10 ; esti- 
mated circulation 7000: weekly $2 ; estimated circulation 
!)000 ; daily 4 page*, 9 columns, Sunday or weekly 8 pages. 
8 columns ; length of columns 25 inches (Sunday and 
weekly 23 1-2 inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily, nonpareil, 5 lines 1 time 50 cents ; 1 week 
$2.65 ; 1 month $8.95 ; 3 months $24.55 ; 1 year $60 ; 10 
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$37.15 ; 1 year $97 ; 50 lines 1 month $79 ; 1 year $475 ; 100 
lines 1 year $870; E. O. D. or 2 times a week same price 
as for same number of consecutive insertions ; cuts same 
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if 7 are wanted add 20 per cent. Weekly or Sunday 5 
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months $20 ; 1 year $35 ; 50 lines 6 months $100 ; 1 year 
$140 ; solid cuts required. 

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Advt. page 142. 

SOUTHERN FARMERS' MONTHLY. Monthly. Ag- 
ricultural. Established 1878. L. C. Bryan, editor. J. H. 
Estill, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; estimated circula- 
tion 2700; 40 page", 3 columns ; length of columns 9 inches, 
width 2 J-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line 
10 cents ; per inch $1 each insertion ; cuts same price ; 
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.TAB. A. McMASTER, MAURICE F. EGAN, JOHN J. GALLAGHER. 

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Office, 45 Warren Street, New York. 

ONLY CATHOLIC WEEKLY IN THE UNITEfD STATES WITH A GENERAL CIRCULATION. 



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Country Merchants, the Reverend Clergy, Catholic Colleges and Academies, and well-to-do Catholic Laity are its 
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The following letters, from advertisers who still use the paper, we deem sufficient proof of oui 1 merits as an ad- 
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OFFICE OP THE FRANK SIDDALL SOAP. 

PHILADELPHIA, September 1. 1881. 

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ANNA. 

FAEMER AND FRUIT GROWER.-Every Wednes- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1817. H. C. Bouton, edi- 
tor and proprietor. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 
3500 ; 8 pases, columns ; length of columns 19 3-4 inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, 
1st insertion $2, subsequent insertions $1 ; cuts same 
price ; Readers 15 cents per line. 

BEECHER. 

BREEDERS' JOURNAL. Monthly. Live stock. Es- 
tablished 18SO. Breeders' Live Stock Association, editors 
and publishers. Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 
10,000; 64 pages, 2 columns : length of columns 73-4 inches, 
width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 

1 time $2 ; 3 times $4.75 ; 6 times $9.25 ; 1 year $18; 10 
inches 1 time $15.50 ; 1 year $159 ; cuts same price. 

BELLEVILLE. 

BELLEV1LLER ZEITUNG UND STERN. Every 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
German. Established 1849. Curt Heinfelden, editor. 
Semmelroth, Heinfelden & Metschan, proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $7; claimed circulation 1200 ; weekly, 
$2 ; claimed circufation 4700 ; daily 4 pages. 9 columns ; 
weekly 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 24 1-2 
inches (weekly 22 inches), width 2 1-4- inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week 
$2, 1 month $4, 1 year $15. 1-4 column $90 ; 1 column 
$130, 1 year ; cuts same price. Weekly. 1 inch 1 time 
$1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months $5, 6 months $7.50, 1 year 
$12. 1-4 column $60 ; 1 column $130. Daily and weekly 
30 per cent discount. 

BLOOMINGTON. 

LEADER. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1867. Leader 
Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $5.20, sworn circulation 2400 ; weekly $1.50, sworn 
circulation 4200; 4 pages, 8 columns (weekly 10 columns); 
length of columns 24 inches (weekly 28 inches), width 

2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
SI, 1 week $3, 1 month $6, 3 months $12, 6 months $18, 
1 year $30: 3 inches $66 ; 6 inches $98 ; 1 column $240 
1 year ; cuts same price. Weekly rates same as daily. 

PANTA GRAPH. Every morning except Sunday, and 
.WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Established 1846. 
W. O. Davis, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily 
$5, sworn circulation 3615 ; weekly $1.50, sworn circula- 
tion 6320 ; daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns 20 1-2 inches, width 21-6 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch 1 
time $1,1 week $3.50, 1 month '$5, 3 months $12.50, 6 
months $20, 1 year $30. 28 lines 3 months $21.50, 1 year 
$52.50. 60 lines 1 year $120. Weekly, per inch first inser- 
tion $1 ; subsequent insertions 5'0 cents ; cuts same 
price. 

ODD FELLOWS' HERALD. Every Thursday. Odd 
Fellowship. Established 1878. J. H. Oberly, editor. 
Bn'letin Co., proprietors. Subscription $1.50 ; claimed 
circulation 7000; 8 pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 
16 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil. 1 inch 1 month $3, 3 months $8, 6 months $14, 
1 year $24; cuts same price. Discounts: 2 inches 10 
percent; 3 inches 20 per cent. ; 4 inches 30 per cent; 5 
inches 40 per cent ; 6 inches BO per cent. 



CAIRO. 

ARGUS. Every evening except Sunday, aim ARGUS 
JOURNAL, Saturdays, Established 1864. H. F. Potter, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $7, estimated 
circulation 1500: weekly $1.50, estimated circulation 2(XX); 
4 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 19 3-4 inches, 
width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 
1 inch 1 time 50 cents ; subsequent insertions 25 cents ; 
1 month $4, 3 months $10, 1 year $20 ; cuts same price. 
Locals 10 cents per line. Weekly, 1 inch 1 month $1, 1 
year $12 ; 2 inches 1 year $15 ; 1 column 1 year |96. 

CHICAGO. 

ARBEITER ZEITUNG. -Every evening except Sun- 
day, FACKEL. Sundays, and VORBOTE, Saturdays. 
German. Socialistic. Established 1876. August Spies, 
editor. Socialistic Publishing Co.. proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $7.50, claimed circulation 5200 ; Sunday 
$2, claimed circulation 10,000 ; weekly $2, claimed circu- 
lation 7000; 4 pages, 7 columns ; leneth of columns 23 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $8.5T, 1 month 
$7.50, 3 months $18. 6 months $36, 1 year $50. 30 lines 
3 montl.s $45, 1 year $130. 60 lines 3 months $60 ; 1 year 
$180; cuts same price. Weekly or Sunday, 10 lines 1 
time $1, 1 month $3.50, 3 months $9, 1 year $25. Solid 
cuts required. 107 Fifth avenue. 

DROVERS' JOURNAL. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY. Thursday. Live stock. Established 
1873. H L. Goodall, editor. Goodall & Co., 'proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $4, claimed circulation 15,000 ; 
weekly $2, claimed circulation 20,000 ; 4 paees (weekly 
8 pages), 6 columns ; 'length of columns 19 3-4 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, agate 1 time 
10 cents, 2 times 15 cents, 1 week 30 cents, 2 weeks 42 
cents, 3 weeks 54 cents, per month 70 cents per line; cuts 
same price. Discounts : 3 months 15 per cent, 6 months 
20 per cent, 1 year 30 per cent ; Reading notices double 
price . Weekly 1 time 15 cents, per month 30 cents per 
line. Discounts and Reading notices as in daily. Solid 
cuts required. H. P. Goodall, manager Advertising 
Department, Lock Box 500, Chicago, 111. 

Tlie IJrovers' Journal Is tlie organ of tlie 
Live Stock trade of the West, a branch of 
business amounting to nearly three hun- 
dred millions of dollars annually. 
Ad-vt. page 250. 

EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and JOURNAL, Wednesdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1844. Andrew Shuman, editor. John R. Wilson, 
publisher. Subscription daily $10, claimed circulation 
18.000; weekly $1, claimed circulation 23,000; 4 pages 
(weekly 6 pages), 9 columns ; length of columns 27 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rate.*, daily, per agate 
line each insertion, 1st and 4f,h pages, 15 cents, 2d page 
12 1-2 cents, 3d page 11 cents ; cuts and double columns 
1-2 extra, Editorial notices, 2d and 3d pages 50 cents, 
4th page 60 cents per line. Weekly, 1st page 25 cents, 
other pages 20 cents per line. Editorial notices 1st page 
$1, other pages 65 cents ; Business notices 50 cents per 
line. Solid curved cuts required. _ 159, and 161 Dear- 
born street. 

Advt. page 240. 

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The Evening Journal, 

JERSEY CITY, IV. eT. 

PUBLISHED BY THE EVENING JOURNAL ASSOCIATION. 

Z. K. PANGBORX, Editor. JOSEPH A. DEAR, Business Manager. 

THE EVENING JOURNAL is pre-eminently & family paper whose readers are from all parties and 
all classes. Its growth in public favor is shown by the increase in its average daily circulation, 
which was : 



In 
66 

66 1S8S, - S3 13 

66 



It is now over 10,000 daily and steadily increasing. 

The above statements will be proved to the satisfaction of inquiring advertisers. 
Beading matter on every page. Arrangement and classification of advertisements such as to 
give advertisers the best possible display for their money. 



ESTABLISHED IN 1855. 



THE IOWA HOMESTEAD, 

A Reliable Agricultural Weekly, Published at Des Moines, Iowa. 

HOMESTEAD CO., Publishers. 

B. F. GUE, EDITOR. J. H. DUFFUS, BUSINESS MANAGER. 

The official organ of the State. The best advertising medium in the Mississippi Valley. We do not claim " A 
larger circulation than any agricultural paper in America," or "Larger than all papers in the West combined," but 
ours is the ONLY AGRICULTURAL WEEKLY in the best agricultural State in the Union. You can reach the most intel- 
ligent and prosperous farmers in Iowa more certainly and economically through the HOMESTEAD than through any 
other paper or combination of papers. Send for Card of Advertising Rates. 

WESTEE1T FARM JOITHUAL 

Of Live Stock, Dairy, Poultry, Bee-Keeping, Forestry, Horticulture and 

General Agriculture. 

An Illustrated Semi-Mcntlry Devoted to the Agricultural Interests of the West. 

Editors : Col. JOHN SCOTT, CAKEY R. SMITH, Prof. S. A. KNAPP, Prof. J. L. BUDD. 

Special Contributors; Hon. JAMES WILSON, L. S. COFFIN, Hon. CHAS. ALDRICH, HENRY WALLACE, A. FAILOR, 
PHIL. J. EBERSOLD, Prof. M. STALKER, HERBERT OSBORN. 

Consolidations: FARMERS' JOURNAL, Cedar Rapids, 1872; FARMERS' STOCK JOURNAL, Cedar Rapid?, 1875; FINE 
STOCK GAZETTE, Vinton, 1876 ; THE PRODUCER AND PROGRESSIVE FARMER, 1877 ; WESTERN STOCK. JOURNAL AND 
FARMER, Iowa City ; FARMERS' ADVOCATE, Grinnell. 



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Telegram Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $3.50, claimed circulation 25,000 to 60,000 : weekly 
$1, claimed circulation 30,000 ; 4 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns 22 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
in either daily or weekly 15 cent'* per agate line each 
insertion ; cuts same price. Reading notices $1 per line. 
Solid cuts required. 175 East Monroe street. 

State of Illinois, Executive Office. 

Springfield, 111., July 23, 1883. 
Managing Editor " 'I He Evening Tele- 
gram," Chicago, 111. 

Dear Mr: I Have been receiving and 
reading the "Daily Kvening Telegram" 
lor several months, and I leel that It Is only 
justice lor me to say to you that I regard 
It very highly as an active, reliable, 
sprightly and very readable newspaper. 
It condense* the current news in such 
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Heartily Indorse and commend It to the 
reading public. I am very respectfully 
yours. 

JOHN OT. HAMILTON, 

Governor State of Illinois. 
Advt. page 226. 

HERALD. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days. Independent. Established 1881. Martin J. Rus- 
sell, editor. James W. Scott, publisher. Subscription, 
daily $8, claimed circulation 28,000 ; weekly $1, claimed 
circulation 26.000 ; 4 pages (Sunday and weekly 8 pages), 
7 columns ; length of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, in either daily, Sunday 
or weekly, ordinary 20 cents ; Business notices 35 cents 
per line each insertion. Reading notices, agate, 50 cents: 
nonpareil, 75 c<-nts ; minion $1 per line ; no extra charge 
for cats or double columns. No double column less than 
SO lines in each column. Solid cuts required. 120 and 
122 Filth avenue. 

A very large circulation by carrier, cover- 
ing every part of Chicago thoroughly, 
makes The Chicago Herald an unexcelled 
advertising medium. 

Advt. page 258. 

ILLINOIS STAATS-ZEITUNG. Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday. DER WESTEN, Sundays, and WEEKLY, 
Mondays. German. Independent. Established 1848. 
Hermann Raster, editor. Illinois Staats-Zeitung Co., 
proprietors. Subscriptions, daily $10, claimed circula- 
tion 12,000; Sunday $2, claimed circulation 23.200; 
weekly $2, claimed circulation 28,000 ; daily 4 pages, 9 
columns ; Sunday and weekly 8 pages, 7 columns ; length 
of columns daily 26 1-2 inches (Sunday and weekly 21 
inches), width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
agate, 1st or 2d page 12 1-2 cents, 3d and 4th page 10 
cents ; Local notices 40 cents ; Reading matter notices 
50 cents per line each insertion ; cuts, double columns 
and full-face Reading notices 1-2 extra ; Sunday, 1st 
page, 1 column (nothing less), each time $40 ; other pages 
15 cents ; Local notices 50 cents ; Reading matter notices 
75 cents per line each insertion. Weekly, 20 cents ; 
Reading matter notices 75 cents per line each inser- 
tion. Solid cuts reijnired. Corner Washington street and 
Fifth avenue. 

Advt. page 278. 

INTER-OCEAN. Every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays. Republican. Established 1872. Win. Penn 
Nixon, general manager. Inter-Ocean Publishing Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $10 ; claimed circula- 
tion 24,000 ; Sundays 30,000; weekly $1; claimed circula- 
tion 110,000 : 8 to 24 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 
21 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
agate, 1st page 20 cents ; ordinary 16 cents ; Business no- 
tices 30 cents ; Re iding matter (nothing less than $5), 75 
cents; Preferred reading articles $1 per line each inser- 
tion; cuts 100 per cent; double columns 50 per oent'ex- 
tra. Sunday. 1st psige 30 cents ; other pages 20 cents ; 
Business notices 50 cents: Reading notices 75 cents per 
line each insertion. Weekly, ordinary 75 cents ; Busi- 
ness notices $1; Reading matter notices $1.50; Preferred 
reading articles $2.50 per line each insertion; cuts and 
double column extra as in daily. 85 Madison street. L. 11. 
Crall,41 Park row, New York, special Eastern representa- 
tive. , 
Advt. page 166. 



NEUE FREIE PRESSE. Every morning and evening 
except Sunday, DAHEIM, Sundays, and WEEKLY, 
Mondays. German. Independent Established 1871. 
Richard Michaelis, editor and publisher. Subscription, 
daily with Sunday $7.80 ; claimed circulation 8500; 
weekly $2 ; claimed circulation 10,000 ; 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns ; length of columns 26 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, agate, 12 1-2 cents per line each 
insertion; 8 lines 1 month $20: 3 months $40; 6 months 
$60 ; 1 year $100: cuts same price; Reading mattter 75 
cents per line. Sunday, ordinary 15 cents; Local notices 
50 cents ; Reading matter 75 cents per line ; 8 lines 1 
month $5; 3 months $15; 6 months $25; 1 year $40. 
Weekly, ordinary 20 cents ; Reading matter 75 cents per 
line ; 8 lines 1 month $5 ; 3 months $15 ; 1 year $40; solid 
cuts required. 92 Fifth avenue. 

Advt page 21)0. 

NEWS Every morning and evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. Established 
18f5. Melville E. Stone, editor. Victor F. Lawson, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, daily $6 ; sworn circnlation 
126,847 ; weekly 75 cents; sworn circulation 54,557 ; 4, 6 or 
8 pages, 7 or 8 columns; length of columns 19 inches, 
sometimes 235-8 inches, width 2 3-16 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, daily, agate, Classified 20 cents ; Display 30 
cents ; Special notices 30 cents ; Business mention 50 
cents: Business topics, nonpareil, 75 cents; Reading 
matter, nonpareil, with adv. following $1.50 per 
line: discounts on above: 2 weeks 5 per cent ; 1 
month 10 per cent; 3 months 20 per cent; 6 months 33 1-3 
per cent ; 1 year 40 per cent ; E. O. D. 1 month 5 per cent 
3 months in per cent ; 6 months 20 per cent; 1 year 33 1-3 
per cent ; 2 times a week 3 months 5 per cent ; 6 months 
15 per cent ; 1 year 25 per cent ; once a week 6 months 5 
per cent ; 1 year 15 per cent ; no special positions given ; 
1 or more display lines subjects entire adv. to display 
rate ; cuts 1-2 more than display rate for space of cut ; 
double columns not less than 40 lines deep 1-4 extra ; tri- 
ple column not leas than 60 lines deep 1-2 extra. Weekly, 
40 cents ; Business mention 50 cents per agate line each 
insertion ; Business topics, nonpareil, 75 cents ; Reading 
matter, nonpareil, with adv. following, $1.20 per line 
each insertion ; discounts: 4 weeks 10 per cent ; 8 weeks 
15 per cent: 13 weeks 20 per cent ; 26 weeks 25 per cent : 
52 weeks 30 per cent ; no extra charge for cuts or double 
columns in weekly ; solid cuts required. 123 Fifth av- 
enue. General Eastern office room 47 Tribune building, 
New York, A. H. Siegfried, manager. 

If you want to talk to the people of Chi- 
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CHICAGO DAILY \ i:\vs has a larger ave- 
rage daily circulation than ALL other 
Chicago dallies COMBINED. You can 
"cover "Chicago by its DAILY NEWS. 

Advt. 2d and Sd cover pg<- n. 

TIMES. Every morning, and WEEKLY. Wednes- 
days. Independent. Established 1854. W. F. Storey, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $15 ; claimed 
circulation 55.000 ; weekly $1.25 ; claimed circulation 
30.000 ; 8 to 20 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 24 
inches-, width 2 5-12 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
daily, for each insertion ordinary 25 cents per line ; noth- 
ing less than $1.50; 1st and 2d pages 35 cents per line, 
nothing less than $2; Wants, for pale, etc., 15 cents per 
line, nothing less than 50 cents ; Medical cards 10 lines or 
less $3 ; Business items 50 cents per line, nothing less 
than $2 ; Reading matter notices changeable daily, fol- 
lowing editorial, $1 per line, nothing less than $5 ; dou- 
ble column 2 prices ; triple column 3 prices. Saturday 
and Sunday only or both, ordinary 30 cents ; 1st page 40 
cents per line ; notices same as other days. Weekly, or- 
dinary 25 cents ; double column two prices ; Special no- 
tices 30 cents, nothing less than $1 50 ; Business items 40 
cents, nothing less than $2; Notices as reading matter 
$1, nothing less than $5; no extra charge for cuts in 
cither daily or weekly. Washington street and Fifth 
avenue. Easiern office Tribune building, New York, 
M. D. Hanover in charge- 

Advt. page 276. 

TRIBUNE. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days. Republican. Established 1846 ; Joseph Medill, 
editor. The Tribune Co., proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $10; claimed circulation 33.000 : Sundays $2 ; 
claimed circulation 60,000; weekly $1 ; claimed circula- 
tion 18,000 ; 8 to 24 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 
23 3-4 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, agate, per Hue each insertion 1st page 30 cents ; 
5th and 8th pages 20 cents; other pages 16 cents ; Wants, 
for sale and classified ads. 16 cents f Business notices 50 



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THE PUPILS' COMPANION. 

Semi-Monthly, Illustrated, 16 pp, 

AN ENTERTAINING AND INSTRUCTIVE PAPER FOR THE 

BOYS AND GIRLS OF AMERICA. 

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fitorirti from Ancient History. SJfctclies of Eminent Men of America, Illustrated. 

Tim JNVw.v Column (carefully condensed and arranged especially for our paper). 
Tiie Question- Hoy, WITU ANSWERS (made np by subscribers). 

The Iteview Department (containing Questions upon the most important facts given in the two previous numbers), 
The J'en unit Pirfure Series. Illustrated. Besides interesting Stones written especially for the paper, and se- 
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Little School-Mam's Talks, Illustrated. 

A few Advertisements accepted at very low rates. 

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Established l Circulation 

20,000. 

An Illustrated Monthly Magazine. 

Subscription Price, - $1.OO Per Annum. 

CONTAINING 
STORIES, POEMS, DIALOGUES, CHARADES, RECITATIONS, MUSIC, ETC., 

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as an advertising medium : 

first. It has a wide circulation, both in families and in schools. 

/Second. -Its readers are the most intelligent class in every community people of taste and culture, who have 
means to gratify their wants. 

Third. It circulates In every State in the Union. 

Fourth. The actual experience of advertisers proves that announcements published in " GOOD TIMES" yield 
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cent* ; Reading notices, nonpareil, 75 cents; minion $1 
per line each insertion. Sunday. 1st page 40 cents : other 
pages 30 cents per line each time; notices same an in 
daily. Weekly -25 cents per agate line per time ; notices 
same as in daily ; cuts and double columns in eitner edi- 
tion double price: solid cuts required. Corner Madiron 
aud Dearborn streets. F. T. McFadden. Tribune building, 
New York, special agent, to wnom all Eastern business 
must be sen i. 

Xlie great advertising medium of tlie 
U < t and Northwest. 

ADVANCE. Every Thursday. Congregational- 
i*t. Robert West, editor. Advance Publishing Co., 
proprietors. Subscription $2-50 ; claimed circulation 
15,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of column 15 inches, 
\vidtli25-14 inches. Advertising rates, agate, per line 
each insertion 20 cents : cuts same price; specified posi- 
tions 10 per cent additional; Business notices 40 cems 
per line ; discounts : 10 per cent on $50 ; 20 per cent on 
100 ; 25 per cent on $350 ; 30 per cent on $500; 35 per 
cent on $750 ; 40 per cent on $1000 ; 45 per cent on $1500; 
50 per cent on $2500; solid cuts required. 157 Dearborn 
street. 

Advt. page 220. 

AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL. Every Wednesday, 
and Monthly. Bees and Honey. Established 1801. 
Thos. G. Newman, editor and proprietor. Subscription. 
weekly <?2; claimed circulation 0000; monthly $1: claimed 
circulation 3000; weekly 16 pages, 3 columns; monthly 32 
pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 9 inches, monthly 
7 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 20 cents per line each insertion in eiiher weekly or 
monthly : cuts same price ; editorial notices 50 cents per 
line. 925 West Madison street. 

AMERICAN ENGINEER. Every Friday. Engineer- 
ing. Established 188 ). John W. Weston, C.E., editor. 
Merrick Cowles, proprietor. Subscription $4 : estimated 
circulation 4000; 20 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
13 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 1 inch 1 time $3 ; 1 month $7 ; special rates for long 
time. 182 and 184 Dearborn street. 



circulation 15.000; 32 pages, 4 columns ; length of col- 




A. O. H. EMERALD -Every Saturday (also issues an 
edition at Springfield, 111.). Catholic. Established 1879. 
Jas. E. Dunn, editor and proprietor. Subscription $2 ; 
claimed circulation, Chicago edition 27,300; Springfield 
edition 2400 ; 8 pasres, columns ; length oi columns 20 
inches, width 2 1-0 inches. Advertising rate>, agate, 1 inch, 
1 time SI. 50; 1 month $3. 75; 3 months $9; 6 months $15 ; 
1 year $22.50. 1-2 column, 1 time $13 50 ; 3 months $60 ; 
1 year $150. 1 column, 1 year $265; cuts same price. 
Reading notices 10 cents ; Local notices 25 cents per line. 
162 Washington street. 

The largest circulation* ol' any Catholic 
Family Paper in America. 
Advt. page 256. 

BEOBACHTER. Every Saturday. German. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1878. Henry Wilkelung, editor. 
Geleff & Wilkelung, proprietors. Subscription $2; 
claimed circulation 6000; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of 
columns 19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, 1 inch, 1 time 75 cents ; 1 month $2 ; 3 months $5 ; 
1 year $15. Discounts: 2 inches 15 per cent ; 3 inches 20 
per cent; 5 to 10 inches 25 per cent; over 10 inches 33 1-3 
per cent; cuts same price. 77 South Clark street. 

BREEDER'S GXZETTE. Every Thursday. Live 
stock. Established 1881. J. H. Saunders, editor. J. H. 
haunders & Co , proprietors. Subscription $3 : sworn 
circulation 12,COO; 36 pases, 3 columns; length of columns 
10 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
1 time 30 cents ; 1 month 25 cents ; 3 months 20 cents; 
C months 15 cents; 1 year 10 cents per line a time ; cuts 
same price. Last page, or facing reading matter 1-3 more. 
Cor. La Salle and Washington sireets. 

CH AAtPION. Every Thursday. Anti-prohibitionist. 
Established 1878. Paul Schuster, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2.50; claimed circulation 560J; 4 pages, 8 



columns ; length of columns 23 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, 3 months $12; 6 
months $20; 1 year $36. 2 inches, 3 months $20; 6 
months $30 ; 1 year $60. 4 inches, 1 year $100 ;_cuts same 
price. 45 South La Salic street. 

Advt. page 344. 

CHRISTIAN CYNOSURE. Every Thursday. Inde- 
pendent. iiKtablishud 1808. J. Blanchard, editor Na- 
tional Christian Association, publishers. Subscription 
$2; claimed circulation 4200; 10 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns 13 1-2 inches, width 2 3-16 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, per inch, each insertion $1.40. Dis- 
count of 15 per cent for 4 insertions : 35 per cent lor n 
months : 40 per cent 1'or months ; 50 per cent for 1 year; 
cuts same price. Arcade court. 

CHURCH AND HOME ILLUSTRATED. Every 

Sunday. UiiBectarian. Illustrated. Established 1880. 
David C. Cuok, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1.25; 
estimated circulation 25.000 ; 8 pages, 4 columns ; length 
of columns 12 1-2 inches, width -A 1-8 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, agate, 1 time 25 cents ; 2 times 40 cents ; 
1 month 70 cems; 2 months $1.25; 3 months $1.90: fi 
months $3.25; 1 year $6 per line. Discount of 25 per 
cent on $25. Cuts same price. Also issue a semi-month- 
ly, subscription 05 cents. 46 Adams street. 

DEUTSCHE WARTE. Every Monday. German. In- 
dependent. Established 1874. Dr. G. A. Zimmerman, 
editor. German News Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$2 ; claimed circulation 26,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, each insertion 15 cents per line ; 6 months or 
longer 121-2 cents; 1 year 10 cents; cuts same price ; 
solid cuts required. 44 and 46 8. La Salle stieet. 
Advt. page 318. 

DUNTON'S SPIRIT OF THE TURF. Every Satur- 
day. Sporting. Established 1876. Frank H. Dunton, 
editor. F. H. & E. M. Dunton, proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $4 ; claimed circulation 70UO ; 10 pages, 3 columns ; 
length of columns 13 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, 1 time $1.50; subsequent 
insertions $1 ; 3 mouths $10 ; cuts same price. 164 and 
106 Washington street. 

ERHOLUNGSSTUNDEN. Every Thursday. Literary. 
German. Established 1875. Dr. G. A. Zimmerman, ed- 
itor. German News Co., proprietors. Subscription $1 : 
claimed circulation 24,000 ; 8 pages, 4 columns ; length of 
columns 14 inches, width 2 1-0 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 15 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 
Reading notices 20 cents per line. Solid cuts required. 
44 S. ta Saile street. 

Advt. page 318. 

EULENSPIEGEL. .Every Sunday. German. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1871. Karl Rothe, editor. M. D. 
Langeloth, proprietor. Subscription $3 ; claimed circu- 
lation tOCO; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 3U 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpaieil, 
1 inch, 1 time $1 ; 1 month $3 ; 6 mouths $12.50 ; 1 year 
$26 ; cuts same price ; solid cuts required. 55 W. lau- 
dolph street. 

EXPRESS. Every Saturday. Anti-monopoly. Estab- 
lished 18i3. C. C. Post, editor. R. Hamilton, publisher. 
Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 42,130; 8 pages, 7 
columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-0 inches. 
Advertising rates, 25 cents per agate line each insertion : 
cuts same price. Notices 40 cents per line. Cor. Wash- 
ington street and Fifth avenue $ 

Advt. page 236. 

EYE. Every Saturday. Humorous. Established 1878. 
Hutchin & Cot man, erliiors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2; estimated circulation 9500 ; 8 pages,' 6 columns : 
length of columns 193-4 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, per line 1 time 10 cents; 1 month 12 
cents; 3 months 30 cents; 6 months 55 cents;! year $l;cuts 
same price. 81 State street 

Advt. page 346. 

FARMERS' REVIEW. Every Thursday. Agricultu- 
ral. Established 1877. Farmers' Review Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $1.50 ; sworn circulation 
25,647 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate. 25 cents per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price. Discounts, on 100 



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lines 10 per cent, 250 lines 15 per cent, 500 lines 20 per 
cent, 1000 lines 25 per cent. 216 Clark street. Eastern office 
Tribune building, N. Y., C. G. Ferguson, manager. 

Proves its circulation by a Certificate 
from tlie Chicago Postmaster of postage 
paid, or sworn affidavit. 

FREE METHODIST. Every Wednesday. Free Meth- 
odist. Established 1868. Rev. Joseph '1 ravis, editor. 
Kcv. P. B. A mold, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed 
circulation 5280 ; 1(5 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 

14 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
10 cents per line each insertion. Discounts : 100 lines, 10 
per cent, 200 lines 15 per cent, 300 lines 20 per cent, 500 
lines 25 per cent, 1000 lines 30 per cent, 2000 lines 33 1-3 
per cent. 104 and 106 Franklin street. 

The only Official Organ of tlte Free 31cth- 
odlst Church. 

GRAIN AND PROVISION REVIEW. Every Tues- 
day. Commercial. Established 1875. L. M. Walters, 
editor. Geo. F. Averill, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; 
estimated circulation 5000 ; 16 pages, 3 columns ; length 
of column 13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil 1 inch 1 time $1 ; subsequent insertions 
50 cents ; cuts same price. 71 and 7'3 Randolph street. 
Advt. page 254. 

GUARDIAN. Every Saturday. Odd-fellowship. Es- 
tablished 1875. Guardian Publishing Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $2 ; estimated circulation 
5000 ; 8 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 1-3 inches 
width 2 1 : 5 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 tinit* $2/1 month $0, 3 months $15, 1 year $50 ; cuts 
same piice. Special or reading notices 25 cents, 1 month 

15 cents, 1 year 10 cents per line per time. 38 Clark 
street. 

HOTEL WORLD. Every Saturday. Established 1875. 
II. J. Bohn, editor. H. J. & C. H. Bohn, proprietors. 
Subscription 2.50 ; claimed circulation 5000 ; 16 pages, 4 
columns ; length of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2, 1 month 
$5, 3 months $10 ; cuts same price. 79 Dearborn street. 

The " HOTEL WORLD "is tiie oldest 

and largest \veeklyjournal of Its class and 
acknowledges no competitors in its 
branch of the publishing and newspaper 
buMiiicK*. It Has a bona-tide, paid-for cir- 
culation in every Mate in the Union and 
the Canadas and contains more hotel ad- 
vertisements than all other hotel papers 
combined, and more hotel news than all 
others. Ait especially desirable medium 
for resorts to advertise in. A splendid me- 
dium to advertise hotel supplies. No 
''medicine advertisements" accepted at 
any price. (A special branch of the busi- 
ness is a Hotel Keal Estate Agency i'or 
renting and leasing hotels.) Kor sample 
copies and advertising rates address II . JT. 
and C. II Bohn, publishers, Chicago, 111. 

INDUSTRIAL WORLD. Every Thursday. Scien- 
tific. Illustrated. Established 1867. J. S. Salisbury, edi- 
tor. Industrial World Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$3 ; claimed circulation 11,000 ; 44 to 48 pages, 4 col- 
umns ; length of columns 13 3-4 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inchl time $1.50 : 
1 month $5 ; 3 months $13; 6 months $25; 1 year $40; 
cuts same price. 51 and 53 La Salle street. 

INTERIOR. Every Thursday. Presbyterian. Estab- 
lished 186!). William C. Gray, LL.D., editor. Cyrus H. 
McCormick, proprietor. Subscription $2.50 :1 claimed 
circulation 21,000 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 
21 1-3 inches, widih 2 1-7 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 25 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price ; 
notices 50 cents per line each insertion ; Special positions 
10 per cent extra. Discounts: $50, 10 per cent; $100,30 
per cent ; $250, 25 per cent ; $300, 30 per cent ; $750, 35 per 
cent ; $1000, 40 per cent ; $1500, 45 per cent ; $2500, 50 per 
cent. Solid cuts required. South-east corner Randolph 
and Dearborn streets. 

Advt. page 220. 

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE. Every Wednesday. 

Commercial. Established 1862. S. S. Boyce, editor. 
William Baker, proprietor. Subscription $4 ; claimed 
circulation 8800 ; 40 to 48 pages, 5 columns ; length of col- 



umn 16"inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, per inch 1 year from $35 to $40, according to lo- 
cation ; cuts game price. 70 State street. 
Advt. page 258. 

KATHOLISCHES WOCHENBLATT.-Evcry Wed- 
nesday. German. Catholic. Established 1858. F. X. 
Brandecker, editor and proprietor, Subscription $2.50 ; 
claimed circulation 6700 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of 
column 20 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil. 8 lines 1 time 75 cents, 3 months $5, 1 year 
$20. 32 lines 1 time $2.25, 3 months $16, 1 year $56. 648 
Sedgwick street. 

LEDGER, Every Saturday. Literary. Established 
1873. Ledger Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription 
$1 ; claimed circulation J1,UOH ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length 
of column 20inches.width 2 1-6 inches, j Advertising rates, 
agate, per line 1 time 10 cents, 1 month 36 cents, 3 months 
96 cents, 6 months $1.75, 9 months $2.25,1 year $2.50; 



i cuts same price. 
cent additional. 
street. 



Reading matter, agate space, 50 per 
Solid cuts required. 273 Franklin 

Advt. page 228. 

LEVER. Every Thursday. Christian temperance. 
Established 1878. Van P'lect & Loomis, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $a ; claimed circulation 10,000 ; 8 
pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, width 
a 1-7 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents per line ; 
cuts same price. Notices 25 cents per line each insertion. 
Special positions 10 per cent extra. Discounts : $50 10 
percent, $100 20 percent, $250 25 per cent, $500 30 per 
cent, $750 35 per cent, $10(10 40 per cent, $1500 45 per 
$2500 50 per cent. Solid cuts required. 87 Wash- 
ington street. 

Advt. page S20. 

LIVING CHURCH. Every Saturday. Episcopal. Es- 
tablished 1878. Rev. Dr. Leflingwell and A. Se.vmour, 
editors. Living Church Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$1 ; sworn circulation 13.000 ; 8 pages, 5 columns ; length 
of columns 18 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 20 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same 
price. Notices 40 cents per line, special location 10 per 
cent extra. Discounts : $50 10 per cent, $100 20 percent, 
$250 25 per cent, $500 30 percent, $750 35 per cent, $1000 
40 per cent, $1500 45 per cent, $2500 50 per cent. Solid 
cuts required. 134 and 136 Wabash avenue. 
A dvt. page 220. 

MINING REVIEW Every Thursday. Mining. Es- 
tablished 1878. Duff Porter, editor. Mining Review Co., 
proprietors. Subscription $3 ; claimed circulation 5000 ; 
16 pages, 4 columns ; length of column 12 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$2, 1 month $5, 3 months $13.50, 1 year $40 ; 2 inches 1 
year $75 ; cuts same price. Times building. 

The%epresentative exponent of the min- 
ing Industry. 

Advt. page 282. 

MIRROR OF AMERICAN SPORTS. Every Saturday. 
Sporting. Established 1859. T. Z. Cowies, editor. 
Mirror Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 : 
claimed circulation 7000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns 13 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, per inch 84 cents ; last page $1 each in- 
sertion. 47 State street. 

The MIRROR OF AMERICAN SPORTS 
lias the largest circulation of any 5portiiig 
paper west of New YorK Ciiy. 
Advt. page 260. 

NORTH CHICAGO REPORTER. Every Saturday. 
Democratic. Established 1879. F. W. Benckle, editor. 
F. W. Be_nckle & Co., proprietors. Subscription $2; 
claimed circulation 5000; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of 
columns 193-4 inches, width 21-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, each inch 1 time $1, 3 months f 8 50, 6 
months $14.50, 1 year $21 ; cuts same price ; Double col- 
umn 1-4 extra ; Reading notices 25 cents per line, brevier. 
37 N. Clark street. 

Advt. page 328. 

NORTHWESTERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. 
Every Wednesday. Methodist Episcopal. Established 
1852. Arthur Edwards, editor. Waldeu & Stowe, pub- 
lishers. Subscription $2.20 ; claimed circulation 23,000 : 8 
pages, 7 columns ; length, of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 
2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS A CO:S 



(THIRTEENTH YEAR.) 
A MONTHLY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE FIREMEN' 

Circulated Every Month among the Officials of every 
Fire Department of the United States, Canada, aud South 
America. 

ADVERTISEMENTS. 

The value of the MRE 
RECORD as an advertising 
medium cannot be overes- 
timated, it being the only 
medium by which the Fire- 
men in every Company, 
from Maine to Texas and 
from New York to San 
Francisco, in Canada and 
South America, can be 
reached, and hear at once 
where they can procure the 
articles needed, and be 

constantly apprised of the latest improvements and changes in their partic- 
ular interests. 

The FIRE RECORD has a greater circulation than all the other Fire 
Papers combined. Illustrated Catalogues of Fire Apparatus and 
Fire Department supplies sent to any address free. 
Address all communications to 

FRED, J, MILLER, Editor and Proprietor, 

73 MAIDEN I^JSTE, 3STEW YORK. 





THE 

American Publication Devoted to Hygiene." N. Y. Herald. 

"The Sanitarian, 

whose judgment, criticism, and comment on everything pertaining to public health, drainage, 
and sanitation are accepted as an authority, has effected many reforms, cultivated and educated 
the people to a department of life that indifference, heedlessness, carelessness, and ignorance 
were making disastrous, and accomplished more good by its decisive, quiet work, than all other 
sunitary papers in the country put together." Hydraulic and Sanitary Plumber. 



PUBLISHED MONTHLY. 

S4.OO a Year. 35 cents a Copy. 

nnTTTP d A i\n~T r T^ A ~DT A TVT 
JL j_L r^_^\_l_\ JL _L ^\_JrC L^^.i_\ 

PRESENTS UNEQUALLED FACILITIES TO ADVERTISERS. 

It has a large circulation, and exercises more influence among the class of persons efficient 
in the promotion of Health, and the adoption of every means to that end, than any other 
publication in the country. 

RATES ON APPLICATION. 
A. N. BELL, 113 Fulton Street, New York. 



NEWBPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



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each insertion; cuts same price. Discounts: $50, 15 per 
cent: $100, 2ii percent; $300, 25 per cent: 500,30 per 
ceut; $lt)00, 35 per cent; $2000, 40 per cent. Business 
iteiut-, 30 cents per agate line. Medical, advertisements 
not inserted. Solid cuts required. 57 Washington street. 
The largest Weekly <>irculatioit of any 
Religious paper published. In the North- 
west. 

Advt. page 248. 

OCCIDENT. Every Friday. Jewish. Established 
1874. Julius Silversmith, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $3; claimed circulation 22,000; 8 pages, 5 col- 
umns : lengtn of columns 18 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 10 lines 1 time $2; 1 month $4; 3 
months $12, 6 months $20, 1 year $35 ; 40 lines 1 month 
$15, 3 months $41, 6 months $72, 1 year $130 ; 100 lines 1 
time $14, 1 year $260; cuts same price: double columns 
15 per cent extra; Local notices 60 cents per line. 161 
La Salle street. 

The Only Jewish Organ In the North- 
weMt. The Official Congregational and 
Secret Society medium oi' Chicago. A val- 
uable advertising journal. 
Ail ct. page *33. 

PRAIRIE FARMER. Every Saturday. Agricultural. 
Established 1841. Prairie Farmer Publishing Co., editors! 
and proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 
14,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agaie, inside pages 
25 cents, last page 30 cents per line each insertion ; cuts 
same price no charge less than $2. 150 Monroe street. 
Advt. paye'ZK. 

PRESENT AGE. Every Thursday. Educational. Es- 
tablished 1876. J. Fred. Wasgoner Company, publishers. 
Estimated circulation 6000 ; 20 pages, 3 column*; lengthof 
columns 10 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, 
noupariel, 1 inch 1 time $1.25, 1 month $4, 3 months $9, 
6 months $17, 1 year $30. 2 inches $65, 3 inches $80, 5 
inches $100 for 1 year ; cuts same price. 85 Fifth avenue. 

RAILWAY AGE. Every Thursday. Railway intelli- 
gence. Established 18T6. E. H. Talbotand II. R. Hoyt, 
editors. The Railway Age Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $4 ; claimed circulation 48uO : 44 pages, 4 col- 
umns ; length of columns 12 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2, 1 month 
$6.25, 3 months $16.25, 1 year $5n. 2 inches 1 monih 
$11.75, 3 months $3'. 75. 1 year $97.50. 4 inches 1 year 
$175 ; 2d and 4th pages 50 per centjadditional ; cuts same 
price. 103 Adams street. 

RE LIGIO- PHILOSOPHICAL JOURNAL. Every Sat- 
urday. Spiritualist. Established 1865. John C. Biindy, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $2.50; claimed cir- 
culation 20,000 : 8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns 
181-2 inches, width 2 5-14 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, each insertion 20 cents per line; cuts same price; 
specified locations 10 per cent exira ; Notices 40 cents. 
Discounts: 10 per cent on $50 : 20 per cent on $100 ; 25 per 
cent on $250; 30 per cent on $500; 35 per cent on $750; 40 
per cent on $1000 ; 45 per cent on $1500 ; 50 per ceut on 
$2500. Sol id cuts required. 92 La Salle street. 
Advt. page 220. 

SANDEBUDET. Every Monday. Swedish. Method- 
ist Episcopal. Established 1862. Rev. V. Witting, editor. 
Walden & Stowe, Agents Western Methodist Book Con- 
cern, publishers. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 
3000 ; 8 pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, 
width 2 5-16 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 8 cents 
per line each insertion; cuts same price. No patent med- 
icine advertisements. Discounts: $50, 15 per cent; $100. 
20 per cent ; $300, 25 per cent, ; $500, 3.) per cent. Solid 
cuts required. 57 Washington street. 
Advt. page 248. 

SENTINEL. Every Thursday. Greenback. Estab- 
lished 1878. S. F. Norton, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1 ; estimated circulation 20,000 ; 8 pages, 5 col- 
umns; length of columns 163-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 1 inch 1 time $2.50, 1 month $6, 
3 months $12, 6 months i2, 1 year $35. 2 inches $75, 3 
Inches $1,5, 4 inches $105 for 1 year ; 4 inches 1 time $8 ; 
cuts same price. 159 La Salle street. 

STANDARD. Every Thursday. Baptist Justin A. 
Smith, D.D., editor. Goodman & Dickerson, proprie- 
tors. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 15 OOa ; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns 21 inches, width 2 1-6 



inches. Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line each 
insertion; cuts same price; Notices 40 cents per line. Dis- 
counts : $50, Id per cent ; $100, 20 per cent ; $250, 25 per 
cent ; $500, 30 per cent ; $750, 35 per cent ; $1000, 40 per 
cent; $1500,45 percent: $i500, 50 percent. Special lo- 
cations 10 percent extra. Solid cuts required. South- 
east corner Dearborn and Randolph streets. 
Advt. page 220. 

SVENSKA TRIBUNE N. Every Wednesday. Swe- 
dish. Republican. Established 1869. C. G. Linderborg, 
editor. Swedish Publishing Co.*, proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2.25; claimed circulalion 25,000 ; 8. pages. 7 columns; 
length of column 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate. 15 cents per line each insertion ; cuts 
same price ; Local notices 25 cents per line ; solid cuts 
required. 37 North Clark street. 

Largest circulation of any Scandina- 
vian newspaper in the United States. 
Advt. page 270. 

UNION SIGNAL. Every Thursday. Religious. Tern 
perar.ee. Established 1874. Mary B. Willard, editor. 
Chas. E. S. Fielden, publisher. Subscription $1.75; s\\orn 
circulation 11,500: 16 pages, 4 columns; length of column 
11 3-4 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rate?, 
agate, each insertion 15 cents per line ; cuts same price ; 
Heading noti< es 25 cents. Discounts : 5 per cent on $25: 
10 per cent on $50; 16 per cent on $75; 20 per cent on $100: 
25 per cent on $250. 161 La Salle street. 

Best medium in America for reaching 
Woman and the Home. 

Advt. page 332. 

UNITY. Every Thursday. Unitarian. Established 
1882. J. L. L. Jones, editor. Colegrove Book Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription 81 50; claimed circulation 3000; 16 
pages, 3 columns : length of columns 18 1-2 inches, width 
21-2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents; notices 

15 cents per line each insertion. Discounts : $50, 10 per 
cent; $100, 20 per cent; $250, 25 per cent; $500, SO per cent: 
$750, 35 per cent ; $1000, 40 per cent ; $1500, 45 per cent; 
$2500, 50 per cent. Solid cuts inserted at same prices. 
135 Wabash avenue. 

Advt. page 220. 

UNIVERSAL1ST. Every Saturday. Established 1828. 
Umversalist Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 8000 ; 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns 21 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 12 cents, notices 25 cents per 
line each insertion; cuts no extra. Discounts: $50, 10 
per cent; $100, 20 per cent; $250, 25 per cent; |500, 30 per 
cent ; $75(1, 35 per cent ; $10(0, 40 per cent ; $1500, 45 per 
cent ; $2500, 50 per cent. Solid cuts required. 69 Dear- 
born street. 

Advt. page 220. 

WffeKLY MAGAZINE. Every Saturday. Literary. 
Established 1876. W. A. and H. E. Starratt, editors. 
Weekly Magazine Company, publishers. J. II. Oregon, 
manager. Subscript! .11 $2.50: claimed circulation. 23.0(10; 

16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate. 25 cents per line 
each insertion; 3 months or longer 20 cents; 1 year 15 
cents; cuts same price. 99 Washington street. 

The Weekly Magazine is the only dis- 
tinctively literary publication lit Chicago 
or the Northwest. Professor Swing. Gall 
Hamilton, and all the best writers In the 
country contribute to it columns. 
Advt. page 242. 

WESTERN CATHOLIC. Every Saturday. Catholic. 
Established 1868. John L. Coffin, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2.50; claimed circulation 23,000: 8 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, agati', SO cents, 3 months 20 cents per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price ; Special notices 40 
cents; Local notices 50 cents per line each insertion. 
163 Monroe street. 

Advt. page 336. 

WESTERN FIREMAN. Every Wednesday. Fire 
strvice. Established 1880. J. S. Bloomin^ston, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $1.50 ; claimed circulation 
4UOO ; 16 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 9 3-4 
inches, width 3 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
2 inches 1 time $5 : 1 month $12 ; 3 months $0 ; 6 months 
$3i; 1 year $60. 4 inches $1(0: 8 inches $17.) for 1 year. 
Cuts same price. Special notices 50 cents per l:ne each 
insertion. 206 Ln Salle street. 



74 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & co:s 




FIRESIDE VISITOR, 

Semi-Monthly, - - Circulation 100,000 

HAPPY HOURS, 

Monthly, Circulation 71,000 

FAMILY MONTHLY, 

Monthly, - - Circulation 48,500 



AUGUSTA, MAINE. 



These family publications are widely known as the 
best advertising mediums in the United States for the 
amount charged. Tlie subscriptions have all been ob- 
tained from extensive advertising, are all paid for in 
advance, and the circulation is ENTIRELY among well- 
to-do families scattered over the North American Conti- 
nent.. 

Rates, $1.50 per Agate Line per Month, 

which includes two insertions in FIRESIDE VISITOR, 
and one insertion each in HAPPY HOURS and FAMILY 
MONTHLY. 

Applications for advertising should be addressed to 

JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO., 

29 Park Row, New York. 



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WESTERN RURAL AND AMERICAN STOCKMAN. 

Every Saturday, Agricultural. Established 1864. Mil- 
ton George, editor and proprietor. Subscription SI -65; 
claimed circulation 31,250 ; 16 pages, 5 columns; length 
of columns 17 inches, width 21-4 inches. Advertisuii: 
rates, agate, 25 cents per line each insertion ; over 500 
lines on single contract to be used in 1 year 20 cents ; 
over 1000 lines 18 cents ; over 2500 lines 16 cents. Cuts 
same price. Reading notices in nonpareil 60 per cent 
additional. Solid cuts required. 155 and 157 Dear- 
born stre. t. 

WITNESS. Every Thursday. Evangelical. Estab- 
lished 1878. James P. Scott, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1 ; claimed circulation 5000 ; 8 pages, 4 col- 
umns ; length of columns 13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 time 15 cents ; 3 
months 18 cents ; 1 year 10 cents per line each insertion. 
Cuts same price. 125 Clark street. 

WORLD. Every Saturday. Society. Established 
1371. W. L. Allen, editor. The Chicago World Pub- 
lishing Co., proprietors. Claimed circulation 35,000 ; 16 
page*, 5 columns ; length of columns 14 inches, width 
2 1-7 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line 
each insertion. Cuts same price. Reading notices $1 
per line. Solid cuts required. 38 and 40 Dearborn street. 
Advt. page 234. 

AMERICAN FURNITURE GAZETTE. 1st and 15th 
of each month. Established 1878. Frederick B. cle 
Berard, editor, de Berard Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $1.50; estimated circulation 5200 ; 52 pages, 
2 columns ; length of columns 12 inches, width 4 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2 ; 
2 times $3 ; 3 months $7. Cuts same price. 150 Dear- 
born street. 

SCHOOL HERALD. 1st and 15th of each month. Ed- 
ucational. Established 1881. W. I Chase, editor and 
proprietor.. Subscription 75 cents ; sworn circulation 
7000; Iti pages, 3 columns; length of columns 9 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 month $1.75; 3 months $1.50 ; 
1 year $15. 1 column 1 time $7 ; 1 month $12; 3 mouths 
$35 ; 1 yeir $100. Cuts same price. 

We have also !<>> 1111 tlte publication of 
our Annual Reference Chart of Current 
new*. "Events of 18S3," now ready. Free- 
ly offered for adequate notice in good 
newspaper. 

Advt. page 274. 

Y. M. C. A. WATCHMAN. 1st and 15th of each 
month. Undenominational. Established 1873. W. W. 
Vanarsdale, publisher. Subscription $1 ; sworn circu- 
lation 15.127 ; 16 pages, 4 columns : length of columns H 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, airate, la 
cents per line each insertion. Discount : on 100 lines 10 
per cent ; 200 lines 15 per cent ; 300 lines 20 per cent ; r.OO 
lines 25 per cent ; 1000 lines 33 1-3 per cent ; 2000 lines 40 
per cent. Cuts same price. Rending notices 25 cents 
per line, count. No medical advertisements inserted. 6 
Arcade court. 

Advt. page 272. 

AMERICAN POULTRY JOURNAL Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1874. C. J. Ward, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1 ; claimed circulation 4000 ; 32 pages, 3 col- 
umns ; length ot columns 9 inches, width 2 inches ; Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2 ;3 times $5.25; 
6 times $8 ; 1 year $12. 2 inches $22 ; 3 inches $32, 1 
year. Cuts same price. 181 South Clark st. 

Has tlie largest Western and Southern 
circulation of any poultry journal pub- 
lished. 

Advt. page 268. 

BRAUER AND MALZER Monthly German. Brew- 
ing interest. Established 1882. Subscription $5 ; Ci-ti- 
mated circulation 3000 ; 90 pages. 3 columns ; length of 
columns 11 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, $200 per page 1 year. Cuts same price. 
Corner Lake and Clark streets. 

DEUTSCH-AMERIKANISCHE MUELLER. Month- 
ly. German. Milling. Established 1877. Eugene A. 
Sittig, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1 ; claimed 
circulation 11,000; 48 pages, 3 columns ; length of col- 
umns 11 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adverusing rates, 
nonpareil, per inch 1 year $25. Cuts same price. 
Corner Lake and Clark streets. 



DRUGGIST. Monthly. Pharmaceutical. Established 
1879. G. P. Engelhard, editor. G. P. Eng< lhard t Co., 
proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed ciiculation 5HOO; 
bO pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 9 inches, widtti 
2 1-2 inches. Advcrt.isinn rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$3; 3 times $5; 6 times $10; 1 year $20. 1-4 page 8 
times $20; 1 year $65. 1 page 1 year $215. Cuts same 
price. 

THE DRUGGIST of Chicago Is the recog- 
nized organ of the retail drug trade of the 
West. 

FARM, FIELD AND FIRESIDE. Monthly. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1878. W. V. 11. Powis. editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 150,000; 
28 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 12 1-2 inches, 
width 21-fi inches. Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents: 
outside cover page 75 cents per line each insertion ; cuts 
same price ; Reading notkeu $1 per line. 89 Randolph 
street. 

Farm, Field and Fireside abounds in 
Illustrations, and Is typographically the 
handsomest of Agricultural publication*. 
Its great success has been attained entirely 
through the energy, genius, ambition, and 
perseverance of Its present proprietor, W. 
V. B. Fowls. 

Advt. page 222. 

HOME VISITOR. Monthly. Elizabeth W. Bowman, 
editor. Chicago Home for Friendless, publishers. Sub- 
scription 60 cents ; claimed circulation 5000; 8 pages, 3 
columns ; length of columns 10 inches.width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising raies, nonpareil, 10 cents per line each inser- 
tion ; cuts same price. 

HUMANE JOURNAL. Monthly. Established 1872. 
Albert W. Landon, editor and proprietor. Subscription 
$1; sworn circulation 11,500 ; 16 pages, 3 columns ; kngth 
of columns 10 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 25 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same 
price. 

ILLUSTRATED POPULAR MONTHLY MAGA- 
ZINE. Monthly. Literary. Illustrated. Established 1883. 
J. E. Caven & Co., proprietors. Subscription $1.50 ; 
sworn circulation 15.000 ; 64 pages, 2 columns ; length of 
columns 7 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 25 cents per line each insertion. Discounts: 5 per 
cent on 3 times ; 7 per cent on 6 times ; 10 per cent on 9 
times; 15 per cent on 1 year; cuts same price; Reading 
notices 50 cents. 53 Dearborn street. 
Advt. page 292. 

JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND PROGRESS. 

Monthly. Scientific. Established 1876. J. StanleyGrimes 
editor. Franklin Printing Co, proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $1 ; estimated circulation 6000 ; 16 pages, 4 colnmns 
length of columns 13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2; Slimes $5 
6 limes $10; 1 year $19. 1-2 column 1 time $13 ; 1 year 
$130 ; cuts same price. 5 and 7 Arcade court. 

MANFORD'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Universalist. 
Established 1857. E. Manlbrd, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 5000; 64 pages, 
2 columns ; length of columns 8 inches, width 2 3-4 in- 
ches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time 15 cents ; 3 
times 40. cents; 6 times 75 cents per line; cuts same 
price. 

MEDICAL TIMES. Monthly. Medical. Established 
1869. Wm. H. Davis, M.D., Editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $2; estimated circulation 5<>00; 72 pages. 2 col- 
nmns; length of columns (i inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising r.ites. nonpareil, 1-8 piige. 3 months $10; (i 
months $15; 1 year $25. 1 page 3 months $40; 1 year 
$109 ; cuts same price. North-west corner Stale and 
Madison streets. 

MORNING AND DAY OF REFORM. Monthly. Tem- 
perance. H. W. Adams, editor. David C. Cook, pro- 
prietor. Subscription 50 cents; estimated circulation 
30.000; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 22 l-4!inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate,! time 25 
cents; 2 times 40 cents; 3 times 5 cents; 6 months 95 
<ents; 1 year $1.80 per line; cuts same price. Discounts 
of 25 per cent on $25. 46 Adams ttreet. 

PHARMACIST AND CHEMIST. Monthly. Medical. 
Established 1868. Robert 11. Cowdray. Pn.G.. udiior. 
Cowdray, Clark & Co., proprietors, subscription |1.50: 



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Of the Daily papers published In the South and West, only one, Me Chicago Neivs, claims a larger circulation than 

that of TEXAS SIFTINGS. 
5^~ All communications regarding advertising should be sent to our EASTERN OFFICE. Address, 

TEXAS SIFTINGS PUBLISHING CO., Temple Court, New York. 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



claimed circulation 62JO: 76 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns 8 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1-4 page 1 month $5; 3 months $12; 6 months 
2i>: 1 year $35. 1 page 1 mouth $13; 3 months $35; (i 
months $6J; 1 year $100; cuts same price. 175 Monroe 
street. 

PICTURE GALLERY FOR YOUNG FOLKS. 
Monthly. Juvenile. Illustrated. Established 1878. Chi- 
c igo Engraving Co., editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion 75 cents; claimed circulation 12 000; 24 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns 6 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line each insertion. 
No extra charge for cuts. 

SCANDINAVIA. Monthly. Scandinavian interests. 
Established 1883. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 
500(1; 28 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 8 3-4 inches, 
width 3 inches. Advertising rate.", nonpareil, per inch, 
1 time 2; 3 times $4 ; 6 times $6; 1 year $10. 20 North 
Clark street. 

SEWING MACHINE ADVANCE. Monthly, on 15th 
of each month. Sewing machine interests. Established 
1879. B. S. Giblin, editor. Sewing Machine Advance 
< 'o., proprietors. Subscription $1: claimed circulation 
5170; 34 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 10 inches, 
width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising -rates, nonpareil, per 
inch.l time $2.50; 3 times $6.75; 6 times $12; 1 year 
$21. 1 column, 1 year $180; 1 page $480; cuts same price. 
213 State street. 

VOICE OF MASONRY AND FAMILY MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. Masonic. Established 1859. John \V. Brown 
editor and proprietor, subscription $3 ; claimed circula- 
tion 10,000; 100 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 
7 1-4 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1-8 page 1 time $2.50 : 3 times $6 ; 1 year $18. 
Cuts same price. 182 and 184 South Clark street. 

WATCHMAKER AND METAL WORKER. Monthly. 
Jewelry trade. Established 1873. H. A. Pierce, editor. 
Jeweler's Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$1.50 ; claimed circulation 5000; 56 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns 11 inches, width 4 inches. Advertise 
ing rates, nonpareil, 1-8 page $6 ; 1-4 page $12 ; 1-2 page 
$20 ; 1 page $35, each insertion. Cuts same price. 
Advt, page 30(5. 

WESTERN EDUCATIONAL JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Educational.- Established 1879. J. Fred. Waggoner Co., 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $1 ; estimated 
circulation 6000 ; 20 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 
10 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50 ; 3 times $4 ; 6 times $7 ; 1 
year $13. 1-2 page 1 time $10 ; 1 year $100. 1 page 1 time 
$15 ; 1 year $135. Cuts same price. 85 Fifth avenue. 

WESTERN MANUFACTURER. Monthly. Scien- 
tific. Established 1872. Coyne & Co.. editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 6500 ; 20 
to 32 pages 4 columns ; length of columns 14 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 

1 time $2 ; 2 times $3.75 ; 3 times $5.50. 4 inches 1 time 
$7.10 ; 3 months $19.80. Cuts same price. South West 
corner Madison and Dearborn streets. 

WORLD MAGAZINE.-Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1871. W. L. Allen, editor. World Magazine Co., 
proprietors. Subscription $1 ; sworn circulation 72,000 ; 
16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 inches, width 

2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, each insertion 50 cents 
per line. Cuts same price Reading notices $1 per line. 
Solid cuts required. 38 and 40 Dearborn street. 

Our books are open to advertisers in sup- 
port of our claims regarding circulation at 
any and all times. 

Add. page 342. 

ELGIN. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, and ADVO- 
CATE, Saturdays. Republican. Established 1855. Low- 
rie & Le Baron, editors and proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $5; claimed circulation 2000 ; weekly $1.50; 
claimed circulation 3000 ; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages), 7 col- 
umns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time 30 cents; 
1 week$l ; 1 month $3 ; 3 months $8 ; 1 year $24. 3 
inches 1 month $8 ; 3 months $16 ; 1 year $48. 1 column 
1 year $240 ; cuts same price. No E. O. D. advertise- 
ments taken. Locals first insertion 5 cents, subsequent 
insertions 3 cents per line. Weekly, 1 inch 1 time 60 



cents ; 1 month $2 ; 3 months $5 ; 1 year $12. 3 inches 3 
months $12 ; 1 year $30. 1 column 1 year $140. Locals 
10 cents per line. 

GALENA. 

GAZETTE. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Established 1834. J. 
B. Brown, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $6; 
weekly $1.50; claimed circulation of weekly 6840 ; 4 
pages, 7 columns (weekly lOcolumns) ; lensth of columns 
21 inches (weekly 27 indies), width 2 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents ; 1 week 
$2150 ; 1 month $4; 3mon'hs$6; 6 months $9 ; 1 year 
$15. 3 inches 3 months $13. 1 year $30 ; 1 column 1 year 
$150 ; cuts same price. Editorial notices per line 10 
cents first insertion; subsequent insertions 5 cents. 
Weekly, 1 inch 1 time $1.50 ; 1 month $4.50 ; 3 months 
$10.50 ; 6 months $16.50 ; 1 year $22.50. 2 inches $37.50 ; 
3 inches $52 50; 1 colnmn $300, 1 year. Editorial notices, 
firi-t insertion 20 cents, subsequent insertions 10 cents 
per line. 

Advt. page 298. 

JACKSONVILLE. 

JOURNAL. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Established, dai- 
ly 1866, weekly 1831. Prof. Henry A. Allen, editor. 
Chas. M. Eames, proprietor. Subscription, daily $10; 
claimed circulation 800 ; weekly $1 ; claimed circulation 
1500; daily 4 pages, 8 columns; weekly 6 pages, 9 col- 
umns ; length of columns 24 inches, weekly 27 inches ; 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil 
1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week $3.25 ; 1 irtonth $7 ; 3 months 
$11 ; 6 months $15 ; 1 year $20 ; 3 inches 3 months $25 ; 1 
year $44 ; 20 inches 1 year $200 ; cuts same price. Week- 
ly, 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 month $2.50 ; 3 months $5 ; 6 
months $7.50 ; 1 year $10 ; 3 inches 1 year $26 ; 20 inches 
$125. 

MOL1NE. 

MODERN MILLER. Monthly. Milling. Established 
1878. Clifford F. Hall, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $1 ; sworn circulation 5000 ; 24 page?, 3 columns ; 
length of columns 12 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time $1.50 ; 2 times 
$3 ; 3 times or longer $1.35 per inch per time. 8 inches 
$1.35 per inch ; 3 times or longer $1.25 per inch per 
time; cuts same price. 

WESTERN PLOWMAN. Monthly. Agricultural. Es- 
tablished 1881. J. W. Warr, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 20,000; 20 pages, 
4 columns ; length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line each 
insertion ; 10 lines 15 cents ; 50 lines 13 cents ; 100 lines 
12 cents; 500 lines 11 cents; 1000 lines 10 cents; cuts 
same price. No medical advertisements inserted. 

The l>pst medium for manufacturers of 
Agricultural Implements, as it goes to over 
5000 good implement dealers. 

MOUNT MORRIS. 

GOSPEL MESSENGER.-Every Tuesday. Baptist. 
Established 1883. Elder Jas. Qu inter, editor. Brethren 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $1.50 ; claimed 
circulation 10,000; 16 pages. 3 columns; length of col- 
umns 13 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, per inch $1.50 each insertion ; 1 month $5.20 ; 
3 months $15.60; 6 months $26 ; 1 year $36; cuts same 
price. No advertisement less than $1. 

PEORIA. 

DEMOKRAT! Every 'morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY. Thursdays. German. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1859. B. Cremcr, (ditor. B. Cremer & Bros., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $8 ; claimed circulation 
2800; weekly $2; claimed circulation 6000; 4 pages, 8 
columns (weekly 9 columns) ; length of columns, daily 24 
inches, weekly 26 inches, width 21-8 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week $3 ; 1 
month $6 ; 3 months $12 ; 1 year $36 ; 1-4 column 1 month 
$30 ; 3 months $60 ; 1 year $180 ; cute same price ; E. O. 
D. 2-3 daily monthly rates. Weekly same rates as daily. 
Daily and weekly 50 per cent more than daily rates. 

NATIONAL DEMOCRAT. Every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1865. W. T. Dovvdall, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $5 ; claimed circulation 3500 ; weekly 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS & C0:s 



The Boston Herald. 



The only paper in Boston whose 



circulation is printed every day. 

No other medium in the United 
States gives advertisers so much value 
for so little money. 

The Sunday Herald. 

R. M. PULSIFER & CO., 

Proprietors. 



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$1 ; claimed circulation 4500 ; 4 pages, 8 columns (weekly 

9 columns) ; length of columns 24 .inches (weekly 28 
inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week $4 ; 1 month $6.50 ; 3 
months $15 ; 6 months $24 ; 1 year 40. 2 inches $66 ; 4 
iuches $102, 1 year ; E. O. D. 2-3 daily month'y rates ; 
cuts same price ; Local notices first insertion 15 cents ; 
next 10 insertions 10 cents : 1 month 7 cents ; 6 months 6 
cents ; 1 year 5 cents per line per time. Weekly 1 inch 

1 time $2.25 ; 1 month $6.50 ; 3 months $15 ; 6 months 
$24 ; 1 year $40. 2 inches $66 ; 4 iuches $102, 1 year ; Lo- 
cal notices 1 time 12 1-2 cents, next 10 insertions 8 cents 
per line per time. 

TRANSCRIPT. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1855. 
A. Stone, editor. Transcript Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $9 ; estimated circulation 3200 ; week- 
ly $1.50 ; estimated circulation 5400 ; 8 pages, daily 6 col- 
umns, weekly 7 columns ; length of columns, daily 19 
inches, weekly 21 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rate*, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week $3.50 ; 1 
month $7 ; 3 months $15 : 1 year $36 ; 4 inches 1 month 
$22 ; 3 months $46 ; 1 year $110 ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 
2-3 ; 2 times a week 1-2 daily monthly rates ; Local notices 
25 cents per line each insertion. Weekly same price as 
daily. 

SATURDAY EVENING CALL. Every Saturday. In- 
dependent Republican. Established 1877. S. R. Hen- 
derson and Win. Hawley Smith, editors. Henderson & 
Smith, proprietors. Subscription $2 ; estimated circula- 
tion 5000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
per inch each insertion 50 cents per line ; cuts same price ; 
Reading notices 25 cents per line each insertion. No 
advertisement less than 50 cents. 

No patent medicine advertisements ad- 
mitted. 

FARM AND WORKSHOP. Every Friday. Estab- 
lished 1875. Farm and Workshop Association, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription 75 cents ; estimated circu- 
lation 5000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 23 3-4 
inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 

10 lines 1 month $2.25 ; 3 months $6.75 ; 6 months $12 ; 1 
year $24 ; cuts same price ; Reading notices 30 cents per 
line. 

QUINCIT. 

HERALD. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1835. 
Chas. J. Hynes and Hon. J. A. Dacus, editors. Chas. J. 
Hynes, proprietor. Subscription, daily $8 ; claimed cir- 
culation 2800 ; weekly $1.25 ; claimed circulation 5876 ; 8 
pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 1-2 inches, width 

2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 10 lines 
1 time $1 ; 1 week $2.50 : 1 month $7 ; 3 months $10.50 ; 6 
months $16 ; 1 year $25 ; 20 lines 1 month $10 ; 3 months 
$15 ; 6 months $21 ; 1 year $35 ; E. O. D. 2-3 daily monthly 
rate ; cuts same price ; Local notices 15 cents per line ; 
special positions 1-4 additional. Weekly rates same as 
daily per week, month, etc. 

The largest Dally and most Largely Cir- 
culated paper In Western Illinois. 

WHIG. Every morning except Monday, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays." Republican. Established 1833. J. C. 
Hollman, editor. D. Wilcox & Sons, proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $8; claimed circulation 2500; weekly 
$1.23 ; claimed circulation 4000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; 



length of columns 19 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, daily 5 lines 1 time 75 cents ; 1 
week $2 ; 1 month $3.50 ; 1 year $15 ; 10 lines 1 time $1 ; 

1 week $2.50 ; 1 month $7 ; 3 months $10.50 ; 6 months 
$16 : 1 y*'ar $25 ; each additional 10 lines 1 year $10 ; cuts 
same price : E. O. D. 2-3 ; 3 times a week 1-2 ; 1 time a 
week 1-3 daily monthly rates ; Local notices 15 cents per 
line. Weekly rates same as daily per week, month, etc. 
Daily and weekly double daily rates less 20 per cent. 

FARMERS' CALL. Monthly. Agricultural. Estab- 
lished 1882 : John M. Stohl, editor. O. H. Crandall, pub- 
lisher. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 10,000 ; 36 
pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 10 inches, width 

2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1 per inch 
each insertion ; 33 1-3 per cent off for 1 year ; cuts same 
price ; Local notices 20 cents per line. 

Advt. page 180. 

MANUFACTURERS' EXCHANGE. Monthly. Com- 
mercial. Established 1880. A. E. Rotert, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 5000 ; 4 
pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch $3 ; 2 
inches $5 ; 3 inches $6.75 ; 10 inches $17.50 each insertion ; 
discounts for long time ; cuts same price ; special notices 
50 cents per Hue. 

WESTERN AGRICULTURIST. Monthly. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1868. T. Butterworth, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription $1.10 ; claimed circulation 7000; 36 
pages, 3 columns: length of columns 10 inches, width 
2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

SPRINGFIELD. 

ILLINOIS STATE JOURNAL. Every morning ex- 
cept Sundav, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. 
Established, daily 1848, weekly 1831. M. F. Simmons 
and Paul Selby, editors. Springfield Journal Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $10; estimated circulation 
2500 : weekly $1.50 ; estimated circulation 4000 ; 8 pages, 
6 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time 
$1 ; 1 week $3.50 ; 1 month $7 ; 3 months $10.50 ; (i 
months $15; 1 year $20 ; each additional inch 1 year $15; 
1 column 1 time $15 ; 1 year $300 ; cuts same price; E. O. 
D. 3-4 ; 2 times a week 2-3 ; 1 time a week 1-2 daily 
monthly rates ; Local notices 1 time 20 cents ; 1 week or 
longer 15 cents per line each insertion. Weekly 1 inch 1 
time $1 ; 1 month $2.50 ; 3 months $6 ; 6 months $10 ; 1 
year $15 ; each additional inch 1 year $10 ; Local notices 
1 time 20 cents ; 1 month or longer 15 cents per line each 
insertion. 

^.ILLINOIS STATE REGISTER. Every morning ex- 
cept Monday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. 
Established 1835. W. H. Clendenin, editor. Smith, Clen- 
denin & Rees, proprietors. Thos. Rees>, business man- 
ager. Subscription, daily, $7.80 ; claimed circulation 
3800 ; weekly $1.50 ; claimed circulation 4850 ; 4 pages 
(weekly 8 pages), 9 columns ; length of columns 24 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 
1 inch 1 time $1.25 ; 1 week $3 ; 1 month $8 ; 3 mouths 
$13 ; 1 year $30 ; 3 inches 3 months $28 ; 1 year $68 ; 1-4 
column 1 year $100; cuts same price; Local notices 15 
cents per line. Weekly 1-2 rates of daily. 

State organ of tlie Democratic party of 
Illinois. Largest Weekly in the State. 
The leading paper of the capital. Im- 
mense circulation in and out of the city. 



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THE 



FELIX AGNUS, Publisher 




Full of Hints and Points to Make Money 
MERCHANDISE. MINES. MACHINERY. 

Mills, Manufactures, and Metals; Produce and Provisions; Wool, Hides 
and Leather ; Boots, Shoes, and Dry Goods. 

JL COMPLETE RECORD OF ALL THE 

Manufacturing News in the United States, 



INVENTIONS, IMPROVEMENTS, ETC. 



PRICE, FOUR DOLLARS A YEAR. 

CUETIS GUILD & CO., Proprietors, BOSTON, MASS. 



NEWSPAPER RA TE-B OK. 



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INDIANA 



DANVILLE. 

NORMAL TEACHER. Monthly. Educational. Es- 
tablished 1878. Prof. W. H. F. Henry, editor. J. E. 
[therrill, proprietor. Subscription 1 ; claimed circula- 
tion 16,000 ; 14 pages, 4 columns; length of cohimns 13 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
1 time 15 cents per line ; 1 inch $1.50 ; 1-4 column $3.50 ; 

1 column $10 ; special rates for long time ; cuts same 
price. Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, New York, 
agents. 

ELKHART. 

HERALD OF TRUTH. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Meimonite. Established 1864 Mennonite Publishing 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $1; claimed cir- 
culation 6100, which includes a German edition; 16 pages, 

2 columns ; length of columns 10 inches, width 2 3-8 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, each inseition, 1 
inch $2 ; 3 inches $5 ; 5 inches $8 ; 10 inches $13 ; dis- 
counts : 2 months 10 per cent ; 3 months 15 per cent ; 6 
months 20 per cent ; 1 year 30 per cent ; cuts same price. 

EVANSVILLE. 

DEMOKRAT. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays. German. Independent Demo- 
crat. Established 1804. H. Determann, editor. F. 
Lanenstein & Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $7.50; 
claimed circulation 1975, Sunday 2300; weekly $2: 
claimed circulation 3650 ; daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; Sun- 
day 12 pages, 6 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 7 columns : 
length of columns, daily 23 inches, Sunday 20 inches, 
weekly 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily 1 inch 1 time 75 cents ; 1 week $2.50; 1 month 
$5.50; 3 months $9; 1 year $25; 3 inches 3 months 
$19.50 ; 1 year $48 : 6 inches 1 year $82 ; cuts same price. 
Local notices, first 10 cents, subsequent insertions 7 
cents. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 month $2.50 ; 3 
months $6 ; 1 year $16 ; 3 inches 3 months $14 ; 1 year 
35 : fl inches 1 year $65. Daily and weekly together 1-4 
additional to daily rates. 

JOURNAL. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days. Independent Republican. Established 1831. Ev- 
ansville Journal Co., editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $10; claimed circulation 2500 ; weekly $1; 
claimed circulation 1500 ; daily 4 page*. 8 columns, 
weekly and Sunday 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of col- 
umns 24 inches (weekly and Sunday 19 1-2 inches), width 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising nites, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 
time $1.25 ; 1 week $3.75 ; 1 month $12.25 ; 3 months $17; 
6 months $25 ; 1 year $40 ; each additional inch 3 months 
$14 ; 1 year $30 ; cuts 1-4 extra ; E. O. D. 2-3 ; 2 times a 
week 1-2 daily monthly rates ; Business notices 20 cents ; 
City items 25 cents per line. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $2 ; 1 
month $5; 3 months $14; 6 months $20; 1 year $25; 
each additional incli 3 months $14 , 1 year $20; Local 
notices 1 time 20 cents ; subsequent insertions 15 cents 
per line. 

ARGUS. Every Friday. Literary and Society News. 
Established 1879. F. M. Gilbert, editor and publisher. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 6200 ; 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns ; length of columns 26 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rate?, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1 : subse- 
quent insertions 75 cents ; 3 months $7 ; 1 year $18 ; cuts 
same price. 

FORT WAYNE. 

GAZETTE.-Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days. Republican. Established 1863 ; Keil & Brother, 
editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $8 ; esti- 



mated circulation 4000 ; weekly $1.50 ; estimated circula- 
tion 4000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 19 2-3 




SENTINEL. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established, 
daily 1860, weekly 1833. E. A. K. Hackett, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription, daily $4.80, estimated circula- 
tion 4000 ; weekly $1, estimated circulation 4200 ; 4 
pages, 7 columns (weekly 10 columns) ; length of columns 
19 3-4 inches (weekly 28 inches), width 2 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 
week $2, 1 month $6, 3 months $12, 6 months $18, 1 year 
$30 ; cuts same price. Weekly, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 
month, $3.75, 3 mouths $9. 

HOOSIER. Every Saturday. Literary. Established 
1882. Will. R. Ream, editor. Geo. F. Seely, publisher. 
Subscription $1.50 ; claimed circulation 5000 ; 8 pages, H 
columns ; length of columns 19 3-4 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 time 5 cents, 1 month 
18 cents, 3 months 48 cents, 6 months 90 cents, 1 year 
$1.50 per line ; cuts same price. Reading notices 1 time 
Scents, 1 month 28 cents, 3 months 75 cents, ( 6 months 
$1.25, 1 year $2.25 per line. Special positions extra. 

Tlie Best advertising medium in the 
State of Indiana. The HOOSIER has a 
large circulation in Fort Wayne, Huiit- 

1 imtoti, Auburn, Waterloo, Angola, Pleas- 
ant Lake, Keiidallvllle, and other subur- 
ban towns on Its Local edition, In which 
appears the news and society gossip of 
Fort Wayne, with interesting letters from 
the towns represented. 'Clio General Edi- 
tion circulates In every State and Territory 
In the Union, being particularly well 
represented lit Indiana. 

Advt. page 292. 

AMERICAN FARMER. Monthly. ' Agricultural. 
Established 1883. E. A. K. Hackett, editor and proprie- 
tor. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 55,000 ; 16 
pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 10 1-4 inches, width 

2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line 
each insertion ; cuts same price. 

The American Farmer is the only West- 
ern Agricultural Paper having a National 
Circulation. 

Advt. page 294. 

INDIANAPOLIS. 

JOURNAL. Every morning except Sunday, and 
STATE JOURNAL, Wednesdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1823. John C. New & Son, editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription, dailv $12, estimated circulation 
7000 : weekly $1, estimated circulation 14,000 ; 8 pages, 
6 columns ; lenath of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-5 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 9 lines 1 
time $1, 1 week $3.50, 1 month $10, 3 months $20, 1 year 
$80; each additional 9 lines 3 months $16, 1 year $64; 
5th and 8th pages and cuts 1-2 extra ; double column 1-4 
extra. E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a week 1-3 
daily monthly rates. Local notices 25 cents per line. 
Weekly, less than 3 months 15 cents, over 3 months 12 1-2 
cents, over 9 months 10 cents per line each insertion; 
cuts and double column extra as in daily. 



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SUNDAY, 
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55,000 

- 60,000 

40,000 



The tTx^e editions of t7^e GrLOBE reach 
every city CLTLCL tovrri in. New ^E-ngla.7^d J cL7^cL 
TxcLve, ~besid.es, CL large circu2.cution t7L7~'ou.g7^ollt 
the TJ. S. and, Canada. 

Advertisers should always include t7ia 
GLOBE in their lists, as its rates are very 
low, and it invariably gives liand^some 7^e- 
tarns. 



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NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. Independent. 
Established 1869. John H. Holliday, editor. John H. 
Holliday & Co., proprietors. Subscription $6 ; sworn 
circulation 15,410 ; 4 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 
21 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, per line, per insertion 1 time 10 cents, 1 week 7 
cents, 1 month 5 cents. 3 months 3 1-2 cents, 6 months 
3 1-4 cents, 1 year 3 cents. Discount on ordinary only 
5 per cent on $50, 10 per per cent on $1CO, etc. ; cuts 25 
per cent extra. E. O. D. 3-5, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a 
weak 1-4 daily rates. Special positions, extra according 
to location. Reading notices per nonpareil line 20 cents, 
100 lines 15 cents, 300 lines 12 1-2 cents, 500 lines 10 cents. 
Solid curved cuts required. 

Sworn averages of actual circulation 
I ii rnislinl on application. Advertising 
contract* conditioned on a larger circula- 
tion than any two dallies combined In tills 
city or State. 

Advt. page 168. 

SENTINEL. Every morninz. and INDIANA STATE 
SENTINEL, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 
1831. Sentinel Co.. editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $10 ; claimed circulation 7000 ; Sunday $2, 
claimed circulation 16,000 ; weekly $1, claimed circulation 
13,000; 8 pages, 7 columns : length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 
9 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $3.50, 1 month $9.50, 3 mouths 
$19.75, 6 months $34 50, 1 year $66 ; 27 lines 3 months 
$54.84, 1 year $183; 90 lines 1 year $508 ; cuts same price. 
5th page 33 1-3 per cent, 8th page 50 per cent, 1st page 
100 per cent additional ; E. O. D. 3-5, 2 times a week 1-2, 
1 time a week 1-4 daily monthly rates. Special notices, 
5th page, first 18 cents, subsequent insertions 15 cents, 
200 lines and over 12 1-2 cents per line. Trade items, 
8th page, first 25 cents, subsequent insertions 20 cents, 
100 lines and over 15 cents per line. Weekly or Sunday, 
9 lines 1 time $1.25, 1 month $3.25, 3 months $8, 6 months 
$14. 1 year $25 ; 45 lines 3 months $33.50, 1 year $109 ; 
90 lines 3 months $58, 1 year $212. Special pages and 
notices same as daily. Solid curved cuts required. 
Advt. page 30i. 

TAQLICHER TELEORAPH. Every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. German. Inde- 
pendent Democratic. Established 1865. John B. Jeup, 
editor. Gutenberg Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$10, claimed circulation 2300 ; weekly $2, claimed circu- 
lation 4350 ; daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 7 
columns ; length of columns 24 inches (weekly 21 1-2 
inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $3.60, 1 month 
$7.50, 3 months $14, 6 months $25, 1 year $40. 20 lines 
$65 ; 30 lines $80; 60 lines $155 1 year ; cuts same price. 
E. O. D. 3-4 daily monthly rates. Special position 1-2 
extra. Local notices 15 cents, if among reading matter 
20 cents per line. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month 
$-->.50, 3 months $6, 6 months $10, 1 year 16. 20 lines 
$25: 30 lines $35: 60 lines $65 1 year. E. O. W. 3-4 
monthly rates. Locals 15 cents, if among reading matter 
20 cents per line each time. SPOTTVOGEL AND 
VOLKSBLATT, Sundays. Literary. Established 1866. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 7300 ; 8 pages, 6 
columns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rates, same as WEEKLY TELE- 
GRAPH. 

TIMES. Every morning and every evening except 
Sundays, and INDUSTRIAL TIMES, Thursdays. Re- 
publican. Established 1881 W. R. Holloway, editor 
and publisher. Times Co., proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $6, estimated circulation 10,000 ; Sunday $2, esti- 
mated circulation 11,000; weekly $1, estimated circula- 
tion 15,000 ; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages, Sunday 16 pages), 
7 columns ; length of columns 52 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates daily including Sunday, agate, 
9 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $4, 1 month $10, 3 months $20, 
1 year $80 ; each additional 9 lines 3 months $16, 1 year 
$61. E. O. D. and Sunday 3-4 full time price. Local 
notices 15 cents ; Write-ups 30 cents por line. Double 
column 1-4 extra. Weekly, 15 cents per line each inser- 
tion. Solid curved cuts required. 

Aclvt. page 298. 

DAWN. Every Thursday. Independent. Established 
1873. H. W. Burtch & F. O. Willey, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $1.50; estimated circulation 
8000 ; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 14 inches, 



width 3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time$l, 1 month $3.50,3 months $10.50, 6 months $18, 

1 year $32 ; cuts same price. 

Dawn is the loading People's Paper of the 
"West, Its principal circulation being 
among the farmers, mechanics and pro- 
ducers. Sixteen pages cut and pasted. No 
inside pages. 

INDIANA BAPTIST. Every Thursday. Baptist. 
Established 1881. ' G. H. Elgin, editor. Elgin & Chaille, 
proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 4000 ; 
4 pages, 6 columns ; length of .columns 21 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per 
inch each insertion ; cuts same price. 

INDIANA FARMER. -Every Saturday. Agricultural. 
Established 1862. Indiana Farmer Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $2 ; claim* d circulation 26,000 ; 16 to 24 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns 13 1-4 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line, 
1 month 70 cents, 3 months $1.95, 6 months $3.25, 1 
year $5.20 ; cuts same price. Reading notices 80 cents 
per line each insertion. E. O. W. 10 per cent extra, 
bolid cuts required. 

Advt. page 286. 

MONITOR JOURNAL.- -Every Saturday. Temper- 
ance. Established 1877. M. E. Shiel, editor and proprie- 
tor. Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 5000 ; 4 pages. 
7 columns ; length of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time 
60 cents, 1 month $1.60, 3 months $4.40, 6 months $8.25, 
1 year $15 ; 1 column 1 year $250 ; cuts same price. 
Local notices 10 cents. Write-ups 7 cents per line. 

PEOPLE. Every Saturday. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1869. Enos B. Reed, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $2 ; claimed circulation 5000 ; 8 pages ( 6 col- 
umns ; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-4 mchp. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time 75 cints, 
1 month $2, 3 months $4, 1 year $10 ; cuts game price. 
Aavt. page 284. 

SATURDAY HERALD. Every Saturday. Indepen- 
dent Republican. Established 1873. A. II. Dooley, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $2; claimed circu- 
lation 6800 ; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 20 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
$1 per inch each insertion ; 2 months or more 75 cents per 
time ; cuts same price. 

Advt. page 168. 

WESTERN SPORTSMAN AND LIVE STOCK 
NEWS. Every Saturday. Sporting and live stock. Es- 
tablished 1878. N. A. Randall, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 3600 ; 8 pages, 5 col- 
umns; length of columns 18 1-2 inches.^width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month 
$2.50, 3 months $5, 6 months $10, 1 year $20 ; cuts same 
price. 

FARM, HERD AND HOME.-Monthly. Agricultural. 
Live stock. Established 1881. Austin H. Brown, editor. 
Brown & Abromet, proprietors. Subscription $1 ; esti- 
mated circulation 5000; 2_8 pages, 8 columi/s; length of 
columns 10 1-2 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 3 times $3.75 ; cuts 
same price ; special rates for long time, large space, or 
special position. 

INDIANA SCHOOL JOURNAL. Monthly. Educa- 
tional. Established 1856. W. A. Bell, editor and proprie- 
tor. Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 4500 ; 64 
pages ; length of page 7 inches, width 4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1-8 page 1 time $3, 3 times $8, 6 
times $12, 1 year $20 ; 1 page 1 year $100 ; cuts same 
price ; 1st advertising page and 2d and 4th cover pages 
1-4 extra ; Business notices 35 cents per line per month. 
Advt. page 300. 

MASONIC ADVOCATE. Monthly. Masonic. Estab- 
lished 1867. Martin H. Rice, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1.10; claimed circulation 7000; 16 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns 9 1-2 inches, width 2 3-10 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time 
$1.50, 8 times $3.50, 1 year $10 ; cuts same price. 

MILLSTONE. 20th of each month. Milling and me- 
chanical. Illustrated. Established 1875. David H. Runck, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $1 ; claimed circula- 
tion 8000; 56 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 11 



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BOSTON :Ho JOURNAL 



1833. 

A DAILY CIRCULATION OF 41,000 COPIES. 



BOSTON WEEKLY JOURNAL. 



There is not a ward in Boston and vicinity, or a city, town or village in New Eng- 
land, where The Journal cannot be found. 

It enjoys the Largest Circulation of any Republican Newspaper in New England, and 
is the only newspaper (except the local paper) which is read by thousands of families. 



WHAT OTHERS SAY. 

THE JOURNAL completed its fifty-first 'year February 4, 1884. The following unsolicited 
expressions of opinion are the best credentials that THE JOURNAL can present to those not familiar 
with its main features : 

From the Providence Journal. 

" THE BOSTON JOURNAL refers with a proper pride to its arrival at the age of fifty-one years 
and its acknowledged characteristics. It is true of it, as it is of any person or paper worth talk- 
ing about, that it has its peculiarities. Without entering 1 upon a comparison with other Boston 
papers it is proper, as it is just, to say that THE JOURNAL is in a true sense a newspaper, and a 
newspaper upon the higher plane. It is financially successful because it has deserved success. It 
has a distinct theory as to the sphere and objects of the newspaper, to which it adheres with 
scrupulous fidelity ; and it is always found on the side of law and order, of good morals and good 
government, It deals gently with the 'old fogies' of the press who attempt to lead public 
opinion, and are given to preaching and prophesying ; merely suggesting that the day for homilies 
upon abstract principles has passed away, and that the touch-and-go method is all that the latter, 
we do not say degenerate, generation will bear or abide. . . . Our Boston namesake will flourish 
in its own field as industry and ability directed to useful ends ought to nourish, and do good in its 
day, as even much less worthy teachers do, by the mere impetus of good-will and sound conscience." 

From the Boston Transcript. 

" THE BOSTON JOURNAL reminds its readers this morning that it is fifty-one years old to-day. 
Daring that time THE JOURNAL has been growing yearly, until now it is. a New England institu- 
tion^ The paper never was healthier or stronger than at the present. It is well equipped to do 
effective work for sound politics and good government, whether in the city, State, or nation. We 
congratulate its management on the many evidences the sheet presents of a firmly-grounded, en- 
during prosperity." 

From the New York Evening Post. 

" THE BOSTON JOURNAL has just celebrated its fifty-first birthday. THE JOURNAL occupies a 
front rank among the best American newspapers, and was evidently never more successful than 
now." 

From Fall River Daily News. 

"THE BOSTON JOURNAL completes its fifty-first year of publication to-day, and in freshness, 
vigor, enterprise, and influence keeps up its well-earned reputation. THE JOURNAL is a welcome 
visitor to homes in every part of New England, and was never more worthy of a hearty reception 
than now." 



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inches, width 2 1-4 inches Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
pei- inch 1 time $3, 3 times $8.25, C times $15, 1 year $24; 
cuts same price; discounts on 4 inches or more. Special 
notices 20 cents, in bold face type 30 cents per line. 

NATIONAL PRESBYTERIAN. Monthly. Presby- 
terian. Established 1883. Charles F. Beach, editor and 
publisher. Subscription 75 cents; claimed circulation 
5000- 16 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 11 3-4 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 time 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 cents per line ; 
cuts same price. 

ODDFELLOWS' TALISMAN. Monthly. Oddfellow- 
ship. Established 1868. B. F. Foster, editor. John Rey- 
nolds, publisher. Subscription $2 ; estimated circulation 
7000 ; 68 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 7 1-4 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time $1, 3 times $2, 1 year $5 ; 3 inches 1 year $12 ; cuts 
same price. 

PYTHIAN JOURNAL. Monthly. Knights of Pythias. 
Established 1874. A. M. Preston, editor. A. M. Preston 
& Co., proprietors. Subscription $1 ; estimated circula- 
tion 5500 ; 1(5 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 10 
inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 inch 1 time $1, 3 limes $2, 1 year $5; 3 inches 1 year 
$1:3 : cuts same price. 

SCHOLARS' MONTHLY. Monthly. Juvenile. Estab- 
lished 1880. Rev. Charles F. Beach, editor. Standard 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription 50 cents ; esti- 
mated circulation 5000; 20 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns 7 1-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1-8 page 1 time $3, 8 times $8, 6 times 
$12. 1 year $20 ; 1 page 1 time $12, 1 year $100 ; cuts same 
price. 

LAFAYETTE. 

COURIER. Every evening except Sunday; and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Republican. Established, daily 
1849: weekly 1831. W. S. Lingle, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $10; claimed circulation 3700 ; weekly 
$2 ; claimed circulation 5400 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length 
of columns 26 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rut'- daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $2.25, 1 
mouth $6, 3 months $12.50, 6 months $*2, 1 year $40 ; 30 
lines $80 1 year ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 3-4, 2 times a 
week 2-3 daily monthly rates ; weekly, 10 lines 1 time 
$1, 1 month S^.50, 3 months $6, 6 months $11, 1 year $20. 
30 lines $50, 50 lines $80 1 year. 

The best advertising medium in Indiana. 

DISPATCH. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1869. 
J. C. Dobelbower, editor. D. D. DobeJbower, publisher. 
Subscription, daily $10 ; sworn circulation 1920 ; weekly 
40 cents; sworn circulation 1509; 4 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, daily, $2 per inch per month ; 
cuts same prrce ; weekly, 75 cents per inch per month. 

The Daily Dispatch ha a larger circu- 
lation than any Oaily In Lafayette (192O); 
larger than all of them combined in towns 
surrounding our city. From three to sixty 
copies of the Daily Dispatch go to the fol- 
lowing places every day : Rensselaer, Mo- 
iion. Delphi, Keyiiolds, Chalmers, Kattle 
Ground) Frankfort, Fraiicisville, Brook*- 
tou, mulberry, Hillsburg, Kempton, Sclr- 
cleville, Dayton, Tipton, Hobbs, Ellwood, 
Rose Lawn, Alexandria, Sail Pierre, \Vet 
Point, Fowler, Sheldon, Iroquols, 'I albot, 
'I'horntown, Hoopestown, Lebanon, Am- 
bia, marshtield, Sta*te Line, Boawell, Ot- 
terbein, Oxford, ttomiiey, West Lebanon, 
Ladoga, Attica, Cheiieysvllle, < olbiirn, 
Williamsport, Templetoii, Glenn Hall, 
TransitvUle, X'olfax, (Monitor, iTlontmo- 
reucy, ttaub, and many other towns. 
Advt. iiageMS. 

JOURNAL. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Repub icun. Established 1829. Henry 
L. Wilson, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily 
$10; estimated circulation 3000; weekly $1; estimated 
circulation 4500 ; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of columns 
2tt inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily. 10 Hues 1 time$l; 1 week $2.25; 1 month $6; 3 
months $12.50 ; 6 months $22 ; 1 year $40; 30 lines 1 



year $80 ; cuts same price. E. O. D. 3-4 ; 2 times a week 
2-3 daily monthly rates. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1 ; 1 
month $2.50; 3 months $6 ; 6 months $11 ; 1 year $20. 
30 lines $50 ; 50 lines $75 for 1 year. 
Advt. page 340. 

HOME JOURNAL. Every Thursday. Agricultural. 
Established 1874. L. R. Thompson, editor. L. R. 
Thompson & Sons, proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed 
circulation 5800 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
20 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
5 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 
Advt. page 312. 

SUNDAY TIMES. Independent. Established 1879 
John S. & Fred'k S. Williams, editors and proprietors. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 4500 ; 4 pages, 10 
columns ; length of columns 28 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, $10 per inch 1 year ; cuts 
same price. 

NEW ALBANY. 

LEDGER. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 1849. James P. 
Applegate, editor. Ledger Co., proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $6 ; claimed circulation 1800 ; weekly $1 ; claimed 
circulation 4000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns (weekly 9 col- 
umns); length of columns 23 inches, width 21-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 8 lines 1 time 75 cents; 
2 times $1 ; 1 week $2 ; 1 month $4 ; 3 months $8 ; 6 
months $15 ; 1 year $24. Each additional 8 lines 1 year 
818 ; cuts same price. Weekly 8 lines 1 time $ 1 ; 1 month 
$2.50; 3 months 5.50; 6 months $10; 1 year $20. 16 
lines $27 ; 32 lines $44; 80 lines $107 for 1 year. 

NOTRE DAME. 

AVE MARIA. Every Saturday. Catholic. Established 
1865. Rev. D. E. Hudson. C.S.C., editor. Congregation 
of the Holy Cross, publishers. Subscription $2.50 ; 
claimed circulation 13,000 ; 20 pages, 3 columns; length 
of columns 8 1-2 inches, width 3 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1-4 column 1 time $3; 1 month $9; 3 
months $25; 1 year $60. 1 column 1 time $8 ; 1 mouth 
$25; 3 months $60; 1 year $210; cuts same price. 

SOUTH BEND. 

EVENING REGISTER. Every evening except Sun- 
day, Sunday morning, and ST. JOSEPH VALLEY 
REGISTER, Wednesdays. Republican. Established 1845. 
C. N. Fassett, editor. Register Printing Co, proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $6, claimed circulation 2200 ; Sunday 
50 cents, claimed circulation 2200; weekly $1.50, claimed 
circulation 3500; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages), 6 columns; 
length of columns 20 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, per inch, 1 month in either daily, sun- 
day or weekly 60 cents; in any two publications $1; in 
all three publications $1.25; cuts same price. Reading 
notices 3 prices. 

TRIBUNE. -Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays. Republican. Established 1872. 
Alfred B. Miller, editor. Tribune Printing Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $6; claimed circulation 1600; 
weekly $1.50; claimed circulation 3500; 4 pages (weekly 
and Saturday 8 pages), 6 columns: length of columns 20 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, non- 
pareil, per inch per month $1.33. Saturdays only, 66 
cents per month; cuts same price. Weekly per inch $1 
per month. Daily and weekly $2 per month. 

FARMER'S FRIEND. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Agricultural. Established 1870. Farmer's Friend Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription 50 
cents; claimed circulation 39,000; 8 pages, 6 [columns; 
length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, $1 per inch each insertion; cuts 
same price. 

TERRE HAUTE. 

GAZETTE. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1869. 
Win. C. & S. F. Ball, editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $7.50; claimed circulation 2500: weekly $1.50, 
claimed circulation ?450: daily 4 pages (Saturday 10 pages;, 
8 columns; weekly 8 pages, ti columns; length of columns 
23 inches (weekly 20 inches), width 2 1-12 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, daily 20 lines 1 time $1; 1 week 
$3; 1 month $6; 3 months $10; 6 months $15; 1 year $20; 
50 Hues 3 months $38; 1 year $80; 1-2 column 1 year 



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The Philadelphia Times. 

THE TIMES enters upon the new year stronger and more prosperous than ever before in 
its history more widely read and quoted, more heartily commended, and more fiercely criticised, 
with a more complete organization, and an abler staff of contributors and with the same inde- 
pendence and fearlessness that has made it successful and powerful in the past. 

THE TIMES has no party to follow, no candidates to advance, but will meet every issue, as it 
has ever done, with consistent devotion to the right, to honest government, and the public well 
fare. And, while maintaining its position as the leading journal of Philadelphia, it will aim to 
be continually in the advance in all that can add value to a newspaper. 

The value of a newspaper is not in its size or display, but in the intelligence and care, the 
conciseness and freshness with which it is edited. THE TIMES spends lavishly for news from all 
parts of the world, but all its despatches are carefully edited and condensed, in order to give the 
complete news of the day in the most concise and attractive shape, and with it a large variety of 
entertaining and instructive reading. The best writers at home and abroad are employed to en- 
rich its columns, and to make it a journal adapted both to the busy man and to the leisure of the 
home circle, a welcome visitor to intelligent and honest citizens of every political, religious, and 
social taste. 

THE WEEKLY TIMES is altogether different from the weekly newspapers of twenty years ago. 
The day of those papers is gone by. The telegraph and better local newspapers everywhere, 
especially in the thriving centres of rural population, have made the old weekly metropolitan 
newspaper unsatisfying. Those that cling to their ancient usages have lost their hold on our for- 
ward-moving people ; they are but shadows of their former greatness, and they have but a shadow 
of their former power. Those papers have had their usefulness, but it is gone ; and, with it, they 
are going, too. It was not the fault of the papers ; it was the improvement of the country that 
brought about the change. Men and women, wherever they live, now require fresher news ; and 
they require more than news. 

THE WEEKLY TIMES gathers off the types of every passing week whatever has lasting in 
terest to people at large, and sets it before them in such generosity of paper and print as would 
have astonished us all twenty years ago. 

DAILY.- -Twelve cents a week, fifty cents a month, $6 a year, two cents a copy. 

SU.NDAY. Four cents a copy, $2 a year. 

WEEKLY. One copy, $2 a year ; five copies, $8 a year ; ten copies, $15 a year ; twenty copies, 
$25 a year. One copy free to the getter up of every club. 



The Philadelphia Times Advertising Rates. 



DAILY AND SUNDAY TIMES : 



Display or Plain, 
Class Advertisements, . . 

Special Noi ices, ... 
Business Notices, Editorial Pngc, 
7th Column, ... 
Reading Notices, 2d or 4th Pages, 



per line, 15 cts. 
< " 15 " 

.. tt 20 " 

" " 30 " 

" " 50 " 



WEEKLY TIMES: 

Display or Plain, Sth Page, . per line, 25 cts. 

Notices, 4th Page, . . . " " 80 " 

Heading, 4th or 5th Pages, . " " 50 " 

On Advertisements in WEEKLY TIMES ten per cent 

discount is allowed on 13 insirtiom, and twenty 

per cent discount on 26 or more insertions. 



Special rate for Schools, Summer Resorts, Hotels, Railroads and Steamboats 12 
cents per line for each insertion in the Daily, and 20 cents in the Weekly. 



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200; cuts same price. E. O. D. 2-3 daily monthly rates. 
Local notices 10 cents per line. Weekly 1-2 of daily rates 
for same time. Daily and weekly 1-0 off combined 
prices. 

EXPRESS. Every morning except Monday, .and 
WEEKLY, Saturday?. Republican. Established 1823. 
W. O. Fishback, editor. Geo. M. Allen, proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $7.50: claimed circulation 3100; week- 
ly, $1.2>, claimed circulation 1600; 4 pages, 8 columns 
(Sunday 9 columns); length of columns 23 inches (Sunday 
20 inches), width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 10 lines I week $2.50: 1 month $6; 3 months 



$12; 1 year $30; cuts same price. E. O. D. 65 per cent of 
daily monthly rates. Locals 10 cents per Hne each inser- 
tion. 1000 lines 5 cents per line. Weekly, 1-2 of daily 
monthly rates. 

The oldest paper and having the largest 
circulation of any in the Wa hash Valley. 

SATURDAY EVENING MAIL. Every Saturday. In- 
dependent. Established 1870. P. S. Westfull, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 4300; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 19 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-10 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 year $10 ; cuts same price ; Reading notices 5 cents 
per line ; Local notices 10 cents. 



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THE BUFFALO EXPRESS 

aims to be the MODEL Newspaper of its section, and to 
furnish the people of. Western New York a journal of the very high- 
est order in every respect and as thorough an example of the perfec- 
tion to which modern journalism has attained as can be found any- 
where. To justify its claim to the title of "THE REPRESENTA- 
TIVE NEWSPAPER OF WESTERN NEW YORK," it invites 
attention to the following features, most of which are unique with it : 

I. Its Daily issue consists of EIGHT PAGES, and its Sunday of 
TWELVE, cut and pasted, and is printed from the web on a perfect- 
ing press. 

II. It offers its readers in the way of Local News, Associated Press 
and Special Despatches from Washington, Albaay, and every town 
and village in Western New York and Northern Pennsylvania, all 
and more than all that they can find elsewhere, besides the New 
York Herald Cable Despatches, which no other paper in New York 
State can give them. 

III. Its Editorial Management is of the highest order of literary 
excellence and is famous for its fearless independence. 

IV. Its price is popular, THREE cents a copy for the eight-page 
DAILY, and FIVE cents a copy for the twelve-page SUNDAY 
edition. 

V. Its Circulation is large, and is rapidly increasing. The great 
city of Buffalo with its 200,000 inhabitants, and the prosperous coun- 
ties of Niagara, Erie, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus, Wyoming, Genesee, 
and Alleghany, and all Northwestern Pennsylvania, recognize it as 
the BEST newspaper they can buy. 

Any intelligent advertiser can substantiate these statements by 
examining a specimen copy of THE EXPRESS, which with ad- 
vertising rates and a certified copy of the circulation books for the 
current month will be cheerfully furnished on application to 

J. N. MATTHEWS, Editor and Proprietor, 

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A INS WORTH. 

WESTERN HORTICULTURIST. Monthly. Horti- 
cultural. Established 1878. J. H. Pearson, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription 50 ceuts ; claimed circulation 
350i> ; 12 pages ; 3 columns ; length of columns 9 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1 ; 3 limes $2 ; 1 year $6; discounts for larger 
space ; cuts same price. 

BURLINGTON. 

GAZETTE. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays. Democratic. Established 183T. 
A. C. Hutchinsoti, manager. Subscription, daily $7; es- 
timated circulation 3000 ; weekly $1.60; estimated circu- 
lation 7000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns S3 3-4 
inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily 10 lines 1 time $1 ; 1 week $2.50 ; 1 mouth $0 : 3 
months $10 ; 6 months $15 ; 1 year $24. 20 lines $40 ; 
40 lines $60; 1 year. E. O D. 2-3 ; 2 times a week 1-2 daily 
monthly rates ; Local notices 1 time 15 cents ; subsequent 
insertions 10 cents per line ; weekly game as daily for 1 
week or longer. 

Advt. page 214. 

HAWK-EYE. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. (A news-trade edition of week- 
ly on Saturdays). Republican. Established 1839. The 
Hawk-Eye Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $10; claimed circulation 4366; weekly $125; 
claimed circulation 7050; news-trade edition $1.25; 
claimed circulation 11,500; daily and news-trade 8 pages, 
weekly 12 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 
inch 1 time $1.20; 1 week $3; 1 month $8; 3 months 
$12; 6 months $18"; 1 year $30 ; cuts same price ; special 
positions 50 per cent extra ; double column 10 per cent 
extra ; E. O. D. 2-3 ; 2 times a week 1-2 ; 1 time a week 
1-3 daily monthly rates. Weekly 1-2 of daily rates for 
same period ; news trade edition 75 per cent of daily 
rates ; solid cuts required. 

Advt. page 212. 

CEDAR RAPIDS. 

IOWA FARMER. 15th of each month. Agricultural. 
Established 18i'8. Alex. Charles, editor. Iowa Farmer 
Co., proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 
6500 ; 20 page-, 4 columns ; length of coiumns 11 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, pel- 
line 1 time 25 cents ; 2 times 40 cents ; 3 times 50 cents ; 
6 times 75 cents ; 1 year $1 per line ; cuts same price. 

The leading Farm and Stock Journal 
published west of Chicago. Acknowledged 
by all advertisers who have given it a trial 
to be the best advertising medium In the 
\Vest at tlie price. 

FARM JOURNAL AND LIVE STOCK REVIEW. 
Monthly. Agricultural. Established 1879. F. W. 
Faulkes, editor. The Journal Publishing Co., proprie- 
etors. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 2J OOU ; 4 
pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 24 inches, width 2 
1-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line 
uacn insertion ; cuts same price. 

The Cedar Rapids FARltt JOURNAL 
VM> LIVESTOCK. REVIEW Is tlie finest 
and cheapest farm and family paper in the 
West, lias absolutely 2O,OOO copies circu- 
lation monthly, and pays every man who 
advertises in it. Send for copy and rates. 
Advt. page 240. 



COUNCIL BLUFFS. 

NONPAREIL. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1856. 
Nonpareil Printing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$10; claimed circulation 3600; weekly $1.EO; claimed 
circulation 4700 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 
21 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, daily 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week $4 ; 1 month $8 ; 3 
months $12 ; 6 months $18 ; 1 year $30 ; 2 inches 1 month 
$12 ; 3 months $19 ; 6 months $30 ; 1 year $45 ; E. O. D. 
2-3 daily monthly rates ; Local notices 10 cents ; Editorial 
notices 25 cents per line. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $2 ; 1 
month J6 ; 3 months $15 ; 6 months $20 ; 1 year $30 ; cuts 
tame price in daily or weekly. 

DAVENPORT. 

DEMOCRAT. Every evening, Sunday morning, and 
WEEKLY, Tnursdays. Democratic. Established 1857. 
D. W. Richardson, editor. The Democrat Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $5 ; claimed circulation 3600 ; 
weekly $1.25 ; claimed circulation 4800 ; daily 4 pages, 8 
columns ; weekly (5 pages, 9 columns ; length of columns 
2(i inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, per inch 1 time $1.20 ; 1 week $3.40; 1 month 
$6.60; 3 months $13: 6 months $22 ; 1 year $40; cut" 
same, price ; E. O. D. 3-4; 2 times a week 1-2 daily 
monthly late.s ; special notices .0 cents per line ; Sunday 
rates same as daily monthly rates. Weekly per inch 1 
time $2 ; 1 month $5 ; 3 months $9.50 ; 6 months $22 ; 1 
year $40 ; Special notices 10 cents ; Local notices 25 cents 
per line each insertion. 

DEMOKRAT. Every morning except Mon lay, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. German. Independent Repub- 
lican. Established 1851. J. P. Stibolt, editor. H. 
Lisciier. proprietor. Subscription, daily $8 ; claimed 
circulation 1542; weekly $2: claimed circulation 5180; 
daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly 6 pages, 9 columns ; 
leng h of columns 22 inches oyeekly 24 inches), width 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rate, dtily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 
time $1 ; 1 week $3; 1 month $7.50; 3 months $12.50; (i 
months $18 75; 1 year $25 ; each additional inch 1 year 
$15; cuts same price ; Special notices 1-4 extra; .Editorial 
notices 40 cents per line. Weekly rates same as daily. 

GAZETTE. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Established 1841. 
Geo. C. Sinitn, editor. Gazette Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $8; cla.med circulation 26UO; weekly 
$1.25; claimed circulation 5700 ; daiiy 4 pages, 9 column?-: 
weekly 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 2(5 inches 
(weekly 22 inches), width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, daily. 10 lines 1 time $1 ; 1 week $4 ; 1 month 
$8; 3 months $12.50 ; 6 months $18.75; 1 year J30 ; each 
additional ten lines 1 month $5 : 3 months $7 ; 1 year $lf ; 
1 column 1 year $400; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 2-3 daily 
monthly rate*; Special notices 20 cents per line; 2 months 
or more 1-2 more than ordinary advertising ; Reading 
matter 25 cents per line. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1.80; 
1 month $6; 3 months $12 50; 6 months $18.75; 1 year 
$30; 20 lines 1 year $45; 1 column 1 year $400. 

NORTHWESTERN NEWS.- Every Thursday. Tem- 
perance. Established 1878. E. W. Brady, editor. North- 
western News Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$1.50; claimed circulation 6000; 4 pages, 8 columns ; lengi h 
of columns 23 3-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertisn g 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 2.50; 1 month $0; .} 
months $15 ; d months $25; 1 yenr $30; 3 inches 1 month 
$12; 3 months $25; 1 year $60;~6 inches 1 year $105; cuts 
surne price ; Business notices 20 cents per line each in- 
sertion. 



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KS MOINES. 

IOWA STATE LEADER. Every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1848. J. F. Garretty, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $10; claimed circulation 3000 ; weekly 
1 ; claimed circulation (5000; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length 
of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 2 .1-6 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch, 1 time $1.35; 1 month 
$8 ; 3 months $10; 6 months $18 ; 1 year $30 ; cuts same 
price; Reading notices among reading matter 25 cents; 
among miscellany 15 cents per line. Weekly, 1 inch 1 
time $2; subsequent insertions $1.50; 3 mouths $12; 6 
months $18. 

The only Democratic morning dally be- 
tween the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. 

IOWA STATE REGISTER. Every morning except 
Monday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Estab- 
lished' 1856. J. S. Clarkson, editor. Clarkson Bros., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $10; sworn circulation 
5200; weekly $1.86 ; sworn circulation 15,890 ; 4 pages, 
9 columns (Weekly 10 columns) ; length of columns, 
daily 2fi 1-2 inches, weekly 28 1-2 inches, width 21-4 in- 
ches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, per inch 1 lime 
$1.20; 1 week $8.40; 1 month $8; 8 months $16: 1 year 
$50. E.O.I). 3-4 ; 2 times a week 1-2 ; 1 time a week 1-3, 
daily monthly rates; cuts same price. Reading mat- 
ter notices, 2d and 4th pages, 1 year $30 per line; Special 
notices, first 15 cents, subsequent insertions 10 cents. 
Weekly, per inch 1 time $3; 1 month $9 : 3 months $24 ; 
1 year "#80. E.O.W. 3-4; once a month 1-3 rates. Solid 
cuts required. 

The Register guarantees nearly twice 

the number of subscribers of all the other 

SKVKNTKKN DAIi>Y and WKHKI.Y 

newspapers in lies Moines COMOIN feD. 

Advt. page 280. 

IOWA HOMESTEAD. Every Friday. Agricultural. 
Established 1855. Homestead Co., publishers. James 
U. Duff OS. manager. Subscription $1.50; claimed circu- 
lation 13,000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, ngate, 1 
inch 1 time $2.80; 1 month $6.72; 3 months $lfi.3S: 
months $29 12; 1 year $50; cats same price; solid cuts 
required for more than one insertion. 

The best advertising medium in the 
Oreat Northwest. Without a rival, the 
Leading Agricultural and Live Stock. 
Weekly in the Mississippi Valley. Sam- 
ple copies free. 

Advt. page 66. 

IOWA STAATS ANZEIGER. Every Friday. Ger- 
man. Democratic. Established 1869. Joseph Eiboeck, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $2; claimed circu- 
lation 4800 ; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of columns 27 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
JO lines 1 time $1.50; 1 month $5; 3 months &1250 ; (1 
months $18.75: 1 year $25. Each additional 10 lines 3 
months $7 50; 1 year $15 ; cuts same price. Double col- 
umn 1-4 extra. 

Double the circulation of any German 
paper West of Chicago. 

Advt. 2>age 280. 

IOWA TRIBUNE Every Wednesday. Greenback. 
Established 1879. Weaver & Gillette, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $1.25; sworn circulation 10,500; 
4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 231-2 inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1.50; 1 month $4. 50; 3 months $12; 6 months $18; 
1 year $25. 6 inches 1 time $7.50: 1 year $10n ; cuts same 
price; Heading notices 20 cents per line c ich insertion. 

The Iowa Tribune has regular subscrib- 
ers at more than two thousand post-offi- 
ces in the rich farming States of the West 
iiiul Southwest, and circulates very largely 
among farmers. 

LIVE STOCK AND WESTERN FARM JOURNAL. 

1st and 15th of each month. Agricultural Established 
1872. Wc-tern Farm Journal Co.. publishers James 
II. Duff us, manager. Subscription $1 ^claimed circula- 
tion 14,000.; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 12 in- 



ches, width 3 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 inch 
1 time $2.80 ; 2 times $4.90; 6 times $11.75; 12 times $20 ; 

1 year $36 ; cuts same price. 

It Is the Only Semi-Monthly Live Stock 
and Agricultural journal in the State. Is 
ably edited and acknowledges no superior 
in Its line. Advertisements of quack doc- 
tors and nostrums not admitted. Speci- 
men copies FRII. 

Advt. page 66. 

DUBUQUE. 

HERALD. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. Established, daily 
1854, weekly 1836. M. M. Ham, editor. Ham & ^Car- 
ver, proprietors. Subscription, daily $8 ; claimed circu- 
lation 3500; weekly $1.25; claimed circulation 5500; 
daily 4 pages, 9 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns 26 inches (weekly 19 1-2 inches), width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 8 lines 
1 time $1 ; 1 week $3.50; 1 month $7.50 : 3 months $12 50 ; 
6 months $18 ; 1 year $24 ; 16 lines, 3 months $20 ; 1 year 
$40: 80 lines, 1 year $125. E.O.D. 2-3 daily monthly rates. 
Double column and Special notices (3 months or longer) 
1-4 extra. Local Business notices 10 cents: Editorial no- 
tices 30 cents per line per time. Weekly rates same as 
in daily for 1 week or longer. 

TELEGRAPH. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Independent. Established 1870. 
Frank C. Case, editor. Dubuque Telegraph Co., propri- 
etors. Subscription, daily $6 ; estimated circulation 
3500; weekly $1.25; estimated circulation 4000; daily 4 
pages, 8 columns ; weekly 12 pages, 6 columns ; length of 
columns 24 inches (weekly 193-4 inches), width 2 1-4 in- 
ches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, per inch 1 
time 75 cents; per month $3 ; cuts same price. Weekly, 
per inch 1 time 75 cents; per month $2. 

TIMES. Every morning and evening except Sunday, 
SUNDAY moruing.and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Repub- 
lican. Established 1858. John Blanchard, editor. The 
Times Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $10 ', claimed 
circulation 5000 ; weekly $1 ; claimed circulation (iOOO ; 8 
! pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 
j 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, per inch 
1 month 8 ; 3 months $20 ; 1 year $50 ; cuts same price. 
Local notices 30 cents per line. Weekly, per inch, 1 time 
$1.50 ; 1 month $5; 3 months $12 ; 1 year $40. 

Only Republican Daily in Northern 
Iowa. Largest circulation in the State. 

IOWA. Every Thursday. German. Democratic. 
Catholic. Established 1871. Nicholas Conner, editor. 
German Catholic Printing Co.. proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2.50; claimed circulation 2500: 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length ol columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1; 1 month $2 ; 8 
months 4; 1 year $12; 2 inches 1 time $1.75; 1 month $3.75; 

3 months $fi!50; 1 year $20; 1 column i time $10; 1 month 
$20; 3 months $40; 1 year $100; cuts same price. Local 
notices 15 cents per line eacli insertion. Double column 
25 per cent extra. 

LUXEMBURGER GAZETTE. Every Tuesday. Ger- 
man. Democratic. Catholic. Eetabliched 1871. Nich- 
o'as Gonner, editor. German Catholic Printing Co., 
proprietors. Subscription $2.50: claimed circulation 
3000; 8 pages, 6 columns: length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rated, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1.25; 1 month $2.50; 3 months $5; 1 year $15; 2 
inches 1 time $2.20: 1 month $4.75; 3 mouths $8.10; 1 yer 
$25 : 1 column 1 time $15; 1 month $25; 3 months $50; 1 
year $125; cuts same price Local notices 15 cents per 
'line each insertion. Double columns 25 per cent extra. 

IOWA NORMAL MONTHLY. Monthly. Educa- 
tional. Established 1877. W. J. Shoup, editor. W. J. 
Slioup & Co.. proprietors. Subscription $1.50: claimed 
circulation 4000; 60 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 
8 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 1 inch 1 time $2; 3 times $5; 6 times $it; 1 year $15; 
1 column 1 time $U; 3 times $20; ft times $3(i; 1 year $1:0; 
cuts same price. Last page of cover 5 per cent, addi- 
tional. 

IOWA ITY. 

REPUBLICAN. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays! Republican. Kstabli>lu : d 18)0. 
S. B. Howard, editor. Republican Priming Co., propr.c- 



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$10: estimated circulation KiOO ; weekly $2 ; estimated 
circulation 3000 ; 4 pa^es (weekly 8 pages), S columns ; 
length of coin. tins 23 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time' 50 cents ; 1 
week $1 : 1 month $3 ; 3 months $6 ; 1 year $15 ; 3 inches 
1 year $35 ; 1 column 1 year $180 ; cuts same price ; Lo- 
cal notices 5 cents per line. Weekly, 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 
1 month $2 ; 1 year $10 ; 3 inches 1 year $20 ; 1 column 1 
year $l'iO. Locals 10 cents per line. 

THE IOWA CITY REPUBLICAN, estab- 
lished 1840. Daily and weekly. THe only 
daily In the city or county. The largest 
and best Aveekly 111 the'Flfth Congressional 
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KJBOKUK. 

GATE CITY. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Es'ablished 1846. 
8. M. Clark, editor. Howell <fc Clark, proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily, $8.50 ; estimated circulation 24f>0 ; week- 
ly $1.50: estimated circulation 6000 ; 8 pages (weekly 12 
pages), 6 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time $1:1 week $3: 1" month $7; 3 months $12; 6 
months $17 ; 1 year $27. 2 inches $48 : 4 inches $84 ; 1-2 
column $180ayear; cuts same price. E. O. D. 6'> 2-3 per- 
cent, 2 times a week 55 per cent, 1 time a week 40 per cent 
daily monthly rates. Weekly 3-4 of daily rates for 1 week 



or longer. Daily and weekly 1-2 more than daily rates. 
Solid cuts required. 

THE DAIL.Y GATE CITY (8 pages, cut 
and pasted.) The only morning paper In 
Keok.nk. 

THE WEEKLY GATE CITY (12 pages, 
72 columns, cut and pasted). The largest 
weekly in Iowa. 

No objectionable advertisements Inserted. 

CENTRAL SCHOOL JOURNAL, Monthly. Estab- 
lished 1877. L. G. Howell, editor. J. C. Paradice, pub- 
lisher and manager. Subscription 75 cents ; claimed cir- 
culation 8300 ; 16 to 24 pages, 3 columns ; length of col- 
umns 10 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2; 3 times $5.50; 6 times $9.60; 
1 year $15 ; 2 inches $28 ; 1-4 column $36 ; 1 column 1 
time $14 ; 1 year $125 ; cuts same price ; Reading notices 
25 cents per "line. 

Advt. page 328. 

WEST LIBERTY. 

DAIRY AND FARM JOURNAL. Monthly. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1881. C. Elliott, J. Morgan and J. 
Maxson, editors. J. Maxson & Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion 75 cents ; claimed circulation 2000 ; 4 pages, 7 col- 
umns ; length of columns 24 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50 : 3 
months $3 ; 6 months $5 ; 1 year $8 ; cuts same price ; 
Special notices 10 cents ; Reading notices 15 cents per 
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east of Boston. Although classed as a Literary Newspaper, it contains a summary 
of news from Maine and New England which renders it invaluable to former 
residents of Maine now residing elsewhere. Its Agricultural Department is care- 
fully edited. It has as large a circulation among the Farmers of eastern New 
England as any agricultural paper. In the three counties whose trade centres in 
Portland it has more than 7000 subscribers, and its circulation in Cumberland 
County is larger than the total circulation of any paper published in this city. 

Its circulation exceeding 25,000 copies is as firm as a rock, many of its 

subscribers having been on its books for a score or more of years, and probably 

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somely and attractively made up, and all advertisements are given a prominence 
not often obtained in other journals. Rates of advertising are the same to all 
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ATCHISON. 

CHAMPION. Every morning except Monday, and 
WKKKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1855. 
John A. Martin, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
daily, $8; claimed circulation 3150; weekly $1.50; 
claimed circulation 5800 ; 4 pact's, 8 columns (weekly 10 
columns);! ength of columns 24 inches (weekly 30 inches), 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 
< lines 1 time $1 ; 1 week $3.50; 1 month $5 ; 3 months 
$13 ;1 year $30 ; 3 inches 1 year $70. Weekly 9 lines 
first insertion $1 ; subsequent insertions 50 cents. 

PATRIOT. Every evening except Sunday, and Vf EEK- 
LY. Saturdays. Democratic. Established 18G7. Park 
& Hardwicke, editors and proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $5; claimed circulation 2500; weekly $1.90; 
claimed circulation 7400; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly 9 
columns); length of columns 22 inches (weekly 88 inches), 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, non .areil, daily !) 
lines 1 time gt ; 1 week $3 ; 1 month $6 ; 3 months $12 ; 
1 year $30 ; cuts same price Weekly 9 lines 1 time $1 ; 
subsequent insertions 50 cents. 

WESTERN MERCURY. Every Sunday. Indepen- 
dent. Established 1879. Herman J. Rodman, editor 
Rodman & Van Deventor. proprietors. Subscription $2 : 
claimed circulation 4300; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns lu 3-4 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil,! inch 1 month $1.80: 3 months $3: 6 
months $G : 1 year $10. Discounts lor larger space for 3 
months or longer. 

The leading and only society and family 
paper In the Central Valley, read by all 
classes. 



LAWRENCE. 

JOURNAL. Every morning except Monday, and 
WESTERN HOME JOURNAL, Thursdays. Republi- 
can. Established 1857. Thacher & Webster, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $12 ; claimed cir- 
culation 1300 ; weekly $1 50 ; claimed circulation 21CO ; 
daily 4 pages, 7 columns; weekly 3 pages, 6 columns ; 
lensfth of columns 21 1-2 inches (weekly 20 inches), width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 
1 time $1 ; 2 times $1.75; 1 week $4; 1 month $10; 3 
months $18; 6 months $28; 1 year $40: 30 lines 3 
months $28; 1 year $60; 1 column 1 year $250 ; cuts 
same price ; double columns 10 per cent extra ; Locnl 
notices 1 time 25 cents : subsequent insertions 15 cents 
per line ; 1 week or longer double ordinary rates. Week- 
ly $2 for each JO lines each week. 

SPIRIT OF KANSAS. Every Saturday. Family and 
agricultural. Established 1869 Kimball & Stevens, ed- 
itors and proprietors. Subscription $1.25 ; claimed circu- 
lation 3300; 8 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 19 3-4 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 inch 1 month $2.50; cuts same price; Reading notices 
10 cents per line. 

Ti <s< popular Home and Farm paper in 
the West, with the most healthy and rapid 
growth. No cheap or claptrap advertising 
wanted. Prices subject to advance. 
Advt. page 308. 



LEAVEN WORTH. 

STANDARD. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. Established 1870. 
Frank T. Lynch, publisher. Subscription, daily $5 ; 
claimed circulation 2300 ; weekly $1 ; claimed circulation 
3800; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly 9 columns) ; length of 
columns 22 inches (weekly 26 inches), width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 10 lines 1 time $1 ; 1 
week $4 : 1 month $7 ; 3 months $13 ; 1 year $30 ; 20 lines 
$50 ; 40 lines $80, 1 year ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 2-3 



daily monthly rates. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1.50, subse- 
quent insertions $1. 

The Leavcirwortt) Standard is the lead- 
ing Democrat!'- paper in Kansas, and is 
the only Two-Cent evening paper in Leav- 
eiiworth. 

TIMES. Every morning except Monday, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1855. D. R. 
Anthony, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily >5 ; 
claimed circulation 5240; weekly $1. claimed circulation 
13,6-0 ; 4 pages (Sunday and weekly 8 pages), 8 column* ; 
length of columns 24 inches (weekly 20 inches), width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 10 lines 
1 time $1 ; 1 week $5 ; 1 month $8 ; 3 months $15 ; <> 
months $24; 1. year $40; 20 lines $80; 40 lines $120; 1-4 
column $200 for 1 year ; cuts same price; E. O. D. 2-.'! 
daily monthly rates ; Local notices 10 cents per line. 
Weekly rates same as for same length of time in daily ; 
fcolid cuts required. 

I eaven worth is the metropolis and 
largest man iifartu ring city in Kansas. 
The THVI*.S has five times greater circu- 
lation at home, and ten times greater cir- 
culation by mail than any other paper 
published in Leaveiiworth. 
Advt. page 174. 

TOPEKA. 

CAPITAL.-Every morning, and CAPITAL AND 
FARMEUS 1 JOURNAL, Thursdays. Independent , - 
publican. Established 1879. I. K. Hudson, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription, daily $10: estimated circulH- 
tion 3500 : weekly $1 ; estimated circulation 700u ; 8 payen 
(Sunday 12 pages), 7 columns: length of columns 21 1-2 
inches, widths 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week $3 : 1 month $6 ; 3 monibs 
$15.50 ; 6 months $28.50 : 1 year $50 : 1 column 1 time $15 ; 
4 inches 3 months $53 ; 1 year $170; cuts same pi ice ; ! . 
O. D. 2-3 daily monthly rates ; Local notices 15 cents per 
line ; over 100 lines in a month 10 cents per tine eacli in- 
sertion. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $t ; 1 month $3.24; 3 
months $8; 6 month* $15.50; 1 year $25; 10 inches 1 
time $7.32 ; 2 inches $45, 4 inches $75 for 1 year. 

COMMONWEALTH.- Every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 
1859. F. T. Baker, editor. The Commonwealth Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $8: claimed circulation 
5500; weekly $1: claimed circulation 7000; 8 pages, ti 
columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily per inch 1 time $1 ; 1 
week $3; 1 month $6; 3 months $15; 6 months $27; I 
year $50; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 2-3 daily monthly 
rate ; next reading matter (only special position) 1-4 e*,- 
tra; Locals, leaded noiipareil, 5 cents per line per time. 
Weekly, per inch 1 tinlfe $1.50; 1 mouth $5; 3 mootlm 
$13; 6 months $25 ; 1 year $40; solid cuts required. A. 
F. Richardson, 65 Tribune building, New York, Eastern 
agent. 

STATE JOURNAL. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 
1874. Reed, Allen & Co., editors and j.roprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $6 ; estimated circulation 2000 ; weekly 
$1.50; estimated circulation 5000; 8 pases, ft columns ; 
lensrth of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 week 
$3 ; 1 month $6 ; 3 months $15 ; 6 months $27 ; 1 year $f.O ; 
cuts same price ; E. O. D. 2-3 daily monthly rate. Week- 
ly, 1 inch 1 time $1; 1 month $3; 3 months $3 ; 6 month* 
$15 ; 1 year $25. 

KANSAS FARMER.-K\ery Wednesday. Agricultu- 
ral. Established 1863. W. A. Pi-ffVr, editor. Kansas 
Farmer Co, proprietors. Subscription $1.50; claime-l 
circulation 8000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
13 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 1 inch 1 time $2; 1 month $5; 3 months $11; <> 
months #18.50; 1 year $30; 2 inches 3 months $21 ; 1 year 
$55; 4 inches 3 months $^4; 1 year $90 ; 1 column 1 timo 
$20 ; less than 1 inch 20 cents per line each inseition; cuts 
same price ; extra charge for special posiii'Uis. 



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IT TAKES TEX TONS OF PAPER EVERY WEEK TO PRINT IT. 

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that, their liking for it was deep-rooted and permanent, not superficial and temporary, changing as the seasons 
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CATLETTSBURGH. 

CENTRAL METHODIST. Every Saturday; Method- 
ist. Established 1867. Zephauiah Meek, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 4GOO ; 16 
pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 inches, width 
2 1-16 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
|t; 1 month $2.50; 3 months $5; 1 year $14; 3 inches 
$30 1 year; cuts same price. 

Tle largest circulation of any paper In 
tlie Ohio Valley between Wheeling and 
Cincinnati. 

FRANKFORT. 

ITEM. Every evening except Sunday. Democratic. 
Established 1882. H. A. Evans, editor and proprieior. 
Subscription $7; estimated circulation 3000; 4 pages, 4 
columns ; length of columns 14 inches, widtn 2 1-4 inches. 
.Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1; 1 week $2; 

1 month 5 ; 3 months $10 ; 1 year $25 ; cuts same price. 

Successor to Daily Commonwealth. 
Advt. page 292. 

LEXINGTON. 

PRESS. Every morning except Monday, and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established, daily 1870, 
weekly 1830. H. T. Duncan, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription, daily $6 ; claimed circulation 1100; weekly $1 ; 
claimed circulation 2800 ; 4 pages (weekly H pages), (i col- 
umns ; length of columns 19 3-4 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily per inch 1 time $1 ; 2 
times $1.50; 1 week $3; 1 month $10; 3 months $20; 
months $30 ; 1 year $50 ; cuts same price. Weekly 1-2 
daily monthly rates. 

APOSTOLIC TIMES. Every Wednesday. Disciples. 
Established 1867. B. H. Cozine, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 4000 ; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns ; length of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per inch each inser- 
tion ; cuts game price. 

KENTUCKY LIVE STOCK RECORD. Every Satur- 
day. Established 1875. B. G. Bruce, editor and proprie- 
tor. Subscription $3; estimated circulation 31)00; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns 12 inches, width 
a 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time 
$1.50; 1 month $5 ; 3 months $12; 6 months |20; 1 year 
$35; cuts same price. 

LOUISVILLE. 

ANZEIGER. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. German. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1849. Louisville Anzeiger Co.. editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $10.40, claimed circulation 
4700 (Sunday 7200) ; weekly $2, claimed circulation 6100 ; 
daily 4 pages, 9 columns ; Sunday 8 to 16 pages, 7 col- 
umns, weekly 8 pages, 9 columns ; length of columns, 
daily and weekly 26 inches, Sunday 22 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily 10 cents per line 
each insertion ; Local notices 20 cents each insertion ; 
solid cuts required. Weekly 1 time 10 cents, 1 month 
30 cents per line. 

COMMERCIAL. - Every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Tuesdays. Independent. Established 1869. R. M. 
Kelly, editor. Commercial Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $7.50, claimed circulation 11.050; 
weekly $1, claimed circulation 16,000 ; daily 4 pages 



(Sunday 8 pages), 8 columns ; weekly 9 columns ; 
length of columns 23 1-4 inches, width 2 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, agate, 1 time 9 3-8 cents ; 500 lines 9 
cents; 1000 lines 8 1-2 cents; 2000 lines 8 cents ; 4000 
lines 7 1-2 cents; 10,000 5 1-2 cents per line: cuts same 
price. Special notices, leaded nonpareil, 15 cents: 100 
lines 14 cents ; 300 lines 13 cents; 500 lines ;13 cents; 
1000 lines 10 cents per line. Reading matter, nonpareil, 
25 cents ; 200 lines 22 1-2 cents ; 4' line? 20 cents ; 600 
lines 18 cents ; 1000 lines 12 1-2 cents per line. Sunday 
15 per cent in addition to daily rates. Weekly, 25 cents; 
100 lines 24 1-2 cents ; 200 lines 2* cents ; 400 lines 23 1-2 
cents; 600 lines 23 cents; 800 lines 22 1-2 cents; 1000 
lines 22 cents ; 5' 00 lines 10 cents per line. Reading 
notices, set in nonpareil, 50 cents : lines 48 cents ; 100 
lines 45 cents ; 200 lines 42 cents ; 300 lines 39 cents ; 500 
lines 36 cents ; 700 lines 32 cents ; 10nO lines 27 cents 
per line ; if in minion 15 per cent extra; nolid curved 
cuts required. Eastern Onice, Tribune building, New 
York, M. D. Hanover in charge. 

Advt. page 276. 

COURIER-JOURNAL. Every morning, ard WEEK- 
LY, Mondays. Democratic. Established 1830. Henry 
Watttrson, iditor. Courier- Journal Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $14, claimed circulation 21,000; 
weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 68,000: 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns "; length of columns 21 7-8 inches, width 218 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, agate, inside pages, 15 cents ; 
1st, 5th and 8th pases 18 cents per line each insertion ; 
cuts same price. Special notices, nonpareil, 25 cents ; 
City features, nonpareil, 40 cents ; Reading matter, non- 
pareil, 50 cents; Reading matter, minion, 'f> cents per 
line each insertion. Sunday, 1st page, 20 cents, other 
pages 18 cents : Special notices 30 cents per line each in- 
sertion ; Reading matter, nonpareil, 75 cents, minion 
$1 per line per time. Weekly, ordinary, 60 cents ; Busi- 
ness notices 75 cents; Reading matter, nonpareil, $1; 
Reading matter, minion, $1.25 per line per time. Dis- 
counts: $1CO, 5 per cent; $30i>, 10 per cent; $500, 15 per 
cent ; $1000, 20 per cent ; $1500, 25 per cent : $2000, 30 
per cent. F. T. McFadden, Tribune building, New York, 
special agent, to whom all Eastern business must be 
sent. 

Advt. page 172. 

CENTRAL CATHOLIC ADVOCATE. Every Thurs- 
day. Catholic. Established 1869. L, II. Bell, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 
3500; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 19 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-2 
inch 1 time 60 cents, 1 month 1.50, 3 months $3.50, 6 
months $6.50, 1 year $11.50; 1 inch 3 months $6, 1 year 
$18; 3 inches 1 year $45; 1 column 1 year $150; cuts 
same price. Special notices 50 percent; Readingfnatter 
100 per cent additional. 

CHRISTIAN OBSERVER. Every Wednesday. Pres- 
byterian. Established 1813. Converse & Co., editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $3; claimed circulation 
11,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 21 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 12 
cents; Business notices or special positions 16 cents; 
Reading matter (set in nonpareil) 20 cents per line each 
insertion; cuts 16 cents. Discounts: $5, 10 per cent; 
$10, 15 per cent ; $15, 20 per cent ; $23, 25 per cent; $50, 
30 per cent ; $100, 35 per cent ; $200, 40 per cent. 

DEMOCRAT. -Every Friday. Independent Demo- 
cratic. Established 1870. W. H. Munnell, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2 (also issue a 4-page edition 
for SOcents); claimed circulation 5500; 8pages, 5 columns; 



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The BOSTON COURIER is published Sunday Moinings 
cut the office, 299 Washington Street, and is delivered to 
subscribers at a seasonable hour. The COURIER is a polit- 
ical, literary, and critical news-journal of eminently high 
standing and large influence, and with two exceptions, its 
circulation is double that of any Sunday paper published 
in Boston. The class of people among which it circulates 
renders it one of the most desirable advertising mediums 
in New England. 



BY MAIL, $2.50 PER ANNUM. 



Advertising Rates : 

General advertising, one dollar per square (six lines Non- 
pareil). Special notices, twenty cents per line. City 
notices, 25 cents per line. Reading notices, 
fifty cents per line. Editorial notices, 
one dollar per line. 



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length of columns 18 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, per inch for 8-page edition from 
30 cents to 60 cents each insertion according to time and 
space; for both editions 40 to 80 cents; cuts same price. 
Reading notices 15 cents per line; nonpareil notices 6 to 
10 cents according to time and space. 

Has never changed hands. Established 
Bee. 1O, 18 7O. Always fresh, original, and 
progressive. 

FARMERS' HOME JOURNAL. Every Saturday. 
Agricultural. Established 1865. I. B. Nail, editor. 
Farmers' Home Journal Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$1.50; claimed circulation 10.000; 8 pages. 6 columns; 
length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per line each insertion, 

5 times or more 10 cents, 6 months or over 5 cents; cuts 
same price. Reading notices first 25 cents; subsequent 
insertions 15 cents. 

The best medium for advertisers to reach 
first-class i'armers. 

Advt. page 300. 

KATHOLISCHER GLAUBENSBOTE. Every Wed- 
nesday. German Catholic. Established 1866. Edward 
Neuhaus, editor. Geo. D. Denser, proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $2.50; estimated circulation 6000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time $1.25, 1 
month $3.50, 3 months $8, 1 year $20; cuts same price. 

OLD PATH GUIDE. Every Friday. Christian. 
Guide Publishing Co., editors and publishers. Subscrip- 
tion $2; claimed circulation 4500; 8 pastes, 6 columns; 
length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, 10 cents per line per time ; cuts same 
price. Business notices 15 cents; Reading notices 25 
cents per line per time. Discounts : 10, $5 per cent ; 
$25, 10 per cent; 50, 15 per cent; $100, 25 per cent; $200, 
33 1-3 per cent; $300, 40 per cent. 

Advt. page 250. 

OMNIBUS. Every Sunday. German. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1865. W. Krippenstopel, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2 50; estimated circulation 7000; 12 pages, 

6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 
1 month $2.50, 3 months $5, 1 year $14; 1 column 1 time 
$12, 1 year $150; cuts same price. 

SUNDAY ARGUS. Independent. Established 1876. 
Argus Printing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2- estimated circulation 6000; 4 pages, 9 columns; 



length of columns 26 3-4 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 7 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $3, 
3 months $6, 1 year $20 ; cuts same price. 

WESTERN RECORDER. Every Thursday. Baptist. 

A. C. Caperton. editor and proprietor. Subscription 
$2.50; estimated circulation 7500; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns 19 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.40, 1 month 
$5, 3 months $12, 6 months $22, 1 year $40; 2 inches 1 
year $70; 10 inches $290; cuts same price. 

HOME AND FARM. W and 15th of each month. 
Agricultural. Established 1875. R. U. Knott, editor. 

B. F Avery & Sons, proprietor.-. Subscription 50 cents; 
claimed circulation 115,000: 8 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns 21 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 75 cents, less than 7 lines $1 per line each 
insertion; cuts same price; special positions 10 per cent 
extra; Reading notices $1.25 per agate line each inser- 
tion ; discounts: 6 consecutive insertions 15 per cent; 12 
consecutive insertions 25 per cent. 

Advt. page 312. 

FANCIERS' LIVE STOCK AND POULTRY JOUR- 
NAL. Monthly. Live stock. Established 1879. C. & 
G. B. Duvall, editors and proprietors. Subscription $1.50; 
claimed circulation 5000; 28 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns 9 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil. 1 inch 1 time $3, 3 months $8. 6 months $15, 1 
year $20 ; 2 inches $35, 3 inches $45 for 1 year ; 1 column 
1 time $20, 1 year $90 ; cuts same price. 

SOUTHERN MANUFACTURER AND BUILDER. 
Monthly. Commercial. Established 1879. H. L. Bel- 
mont, editor. Manufacturer and Builder Publishing Co., 
proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 9300; 
24 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 10 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-16 
page 1 time $4. 3 times $10, 6 times $18, 1 year $32 ; 1-4 
page 1 year $100; cuts same price. 

The largest circulation of any paper of 
its class In the South or West. Its <>!- 
minis are perused by thousands whose 
business is worth securing. 
Advt. page 310. 

WORD AND WORK. Monthly. Evangelical. Es- 
tablished 1878. C. C. Cline & Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription 50 cents ; estimated circulation 3000 ; 36 
pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 7 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 
3 times f3.50, 6 times $4.50, 1 year $7 ; cuts same price. 



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NEW ORLEANS. 

CITY ITEM. Every evening except Sunday. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1877. M. F. Bigney, editor. City 
Item Printing Co., proprietors. Subscription $6 ; esti- 
mated circulation 5000 ; 4 pages, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 21 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 10 lines 1 time 75 cents ; subsequent insertions 50 
cents; 1 month $9, 3 months 23, 6 months $43; 1 year $56; 
50 lines 1 month $34, 3 months $74, 1 year $206 ; cuts same 
price ; 1st page 10 per cent extra. Solid cuts required. 

DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG. Every morning except Sun- 
day and Monday ; SONNTAGSBLATT, Sundays ; and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. German. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1844. George Foerster, editor. J. Has*inger, pro- 
prietor. Subscription, daily $16 ; claimed circulation 
3000 ; Sunday, claimed circulation 60i>0 ; weekly $2 ; 
claimed circulation 4500; 8 pases, 6 columns; length of 
columns 20 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, daily, 10 lines 1 month $12, 3 months $30, 6 months 
$50, 1 year $75 ; 20 lines 1 month $22, 3 months $50, 1 
year $125 ; cuts same price; E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 
1-2 daily monthly rates. Weekly or Sunday, 10 lines 1 
month 5, 3 months $12, 1 year $30; 20 lines 1 month $9, 
3 months $20, 1 year $50. Solid cuts required. 



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EVENTING CHRONICLE. Every eveni 
day. Established 1882. T. H. Ryan, 




L'ABEILLE. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays. French. Establi-hed 1827. Dn- 
four, Dqunet & Co., editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $12 ; estimated circulation 5000; weekly $3 ; 
estimated circulation 2800; 4 pages, 9 columns ; lengih of 
columns 26 3-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, daily 10 lines 1 -time $1.50, 1 week $5.25, 1' 
month $10, 3 months $20, 1 year $60 ; cuts same price. 
Weekly, 10 lines 1 time $1.50 ; subsequent insertions 50 
cents. 

PICAYUNE. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Satur- 
days. Independent democratic. Established 1837. C. H. 
Parker, editor. Nicholson & Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $12 ; claimed circulation 13,350 (Sunday, claim- 
ed circulation 19,100); weekly $2; claimed circulation 
12,200 ; 8 pages (Sunday and weekly 16 pages), 7 columns ; 
length of columns 22 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, daily 10 lines 1 time $1.50; subsequent con- 
secutive insertions 75 cents ; first, last, or editorial page 
$1.50 each time for each 10 lines ; 10 lines 1 month $18, 
5JO lines $30, 30 lines $42, 40 lines $51 ; each additional 10 
lines $7.50 ; run of paper 2-3 special page rate ; E. O. D. 
2-3, Sunday only or 2 week days 1-2, 1 time a week (not 
Sunday) 1-3 daily monthly rates ; double column 1-4, 
triple column 1-3 extra : cuts 1-4 extra for space of cut; 
top of column or next reading 1-4 extra ; Reading notices 
HO] id nonpareil 25 cents, leaded 30 cents per line per time. 
Weekly, each 10 lines 1 time $1.50 ; consecutive insertions 
$1; 2 months or more 1-3 daily rates; cuts, double col- 
umn, location and notices as in daily. Solid curved cuts 
required. 

Having a greater circulation than any 
oilier paper published In the Mouth, The 
Picayune offers unequalled, ad van tagcs to 
advertisers. Sunday circulation 19,100; 
Daily 13,350; Weekly 12,200. 
Advt. page 182. 



STATES. Every evening except Sunday, and SUN- 
DAY morning. Democratic. Established 1879. H. J. 
Hearsey, editor. Daily States Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $6.50; claimed circulation 5000; 4 
pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 
inches. Advertising rates, aprate, 10 lines 1 time $1 ; sub- 
sequent consecutive insertions 50 cents ; 2 weeks $6, 1 
month $9, 3 months $23, 6 months $43, 1 year $56; 20 lines 
3 months $39, 1 year $98; 40 lines 3 months $63, 1 year $176; 
100 lines 1 year $378; cuts same price ; special positions 10 to 
25 per cent extra ; Reading matter notices 1 time 15 cents; 
subsequent insertions 7 1-2 cents per line. Solid cuts, 
required. 

TIMES-DEMOCRAT. Every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Saturdays. Democratic. Established 1863. E. A. Burke, 
editor. Times-Democrat Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $12; sworn circulation 13,500; Sun- 
day, sworn circulation 19,580; weekly $1.50; sworn cir- 
culaiion 18,801) ; 8 to 16 pages, 7 columns ; length of col- 
umns 21 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
daily, 15 cents per line ; next reading, top of column and 
double column 18 3-4 cents ; triple column 20 cents ; con- 
secutive insertions after first half price ; 10 lines per 
month on 1st, 5th or last pages $18, 2u lines $30, 40 lines 
$51 ; each additional 10 lines $7.50 per month ; run of 
paper 2-3 of special page rates ; cuts, double col. or top of 
column 25 per cent more than ordinary monthly rates ; 3 
columns 1-3 more ; E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time 
a week (not Sundays) 1-3 daily monthly rates ; Reading 
notices, agate, 25 cents ppr line (leaded 30 cents), 1 month 
$3.50, 2 months $6, 3 months $8.25, 6 months $14, 1 year 
$25 per line ; E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-3 daily 
monthly rates. Weekly, per line 15 cents each insertion ; 
10 lines 1 month $5. 20 lines $9, 30 lines $12; discount on 
8 months or longer; Reading notices, nonpareil or agate, 
leaded 30 cents per line, 1 month $1, 3 months $2.75, 1 year 
#9 per line. Solid cuts required. J. J. Flynn, 3 Park 
row, New York, sole agent for the Northern and Eastern 
States. 

The Times - Democrat, New Orleans, 
guarantees the largest Daily, Sunday and 
Weekly circulation of any newspaper In 
the South. 

COMMERCIAL BULLETIN PRICE CURRENT AND 
SHIPPING LIST. Every Wednesday aim Saturday. 
Commercial. Established 1822. L. J. Bright, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $5.40 ; claimed circulation 8000; 
8'pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, width 
2 incites. Advertising rates, agate, per inch 1 time $1.50 ; 
subsequent insertions $1 ; 1 inch 1 month $7, 3 mouths 
$16, 1 year $40 ; 3 inches $80; cuts same price ; Business 
notices 20 cents per line, 1 month 15 cents, 3 months 10 
cents, 1 year 6 cents per line each insertion. 
J. C. Goodrich, Sun building, New York, special agent. 
Advt. page 304. 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Thursday. Meth- 
odist. Established 1850. Charles B. Galloway, editor. 
Carver & Jamieson, publishers. Subscription $2 ; claimed 
circulation 8000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
20 inches, width 2 1-12 inches. Avertising rates, 1 inch 1 
month $7, 3 months $18, 6 months $30, 1 year $45 ; 2 
inches $60 ; 4 inches $105 ; 20 inches $500 1 year; cuts 
same price. 

MORNING STAR. Every Sunday. Roman Catholic. 
Established 1868. W. B. Lancaster, editor. New Orleans 
Catholic Publication Co., publishers. Subscription $3; 
claimed circulation 5000 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 20 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 10 lines, 1 month $5, 3 months $12, (J months 20, 
1 year $30 ; 20 lines 1 mouth $9, 3 months $20, 6 months 
$32, 1 year $50; 50 lines 3 months $42, 1 year $110 ; cuts 
same price. 



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MAINE. 



AUGUSTA. 

KENNEBEC JOURNAL. Ever}' morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished, daily 1870, weekly 1825. Alden Sprague, editor. 
Sprague & Son, proprietors. Subscription, daily $7, 
claimed circulation 10DO ; weekly $2, claimed circulation 
2">00: 4 pages (weekly 8 pages), 7 columns; length of 
columns 21 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Ad vertlsing rates, 
nonpareil, daily 1-2 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 w~cek $1.25, 
1 month $2.50, 3 months $3.50, 1 year $10 ; 1 inch 1 time 
$1, 1 week $2, 1 month $4.50, 3 months $8, 1 year $30 ; 
3 inches 1 month $10, 3 months $15, 1 year $50 ; 1 column 
1 year $200; cuts same price. Special notices 50 per cent j 
extra. Local notices 20 cents. Business notices 15 cents 
per line each insertion. Weekly 1-2 inch 1 time 50 cents, 

1 month $1 25, 3 months $2.50, 1 year $7; 1 inch 1 time 
$1; 1 month $1.75, 3 months $3.50, 1 year $13; 3 inches 3 
months $10, 1 year $:-:0; 1 column 1 year $165. 

GOSPEL BANNER. Everv Thursday. Universalist. 
Established 1834. Rev. I. il. Mead, editor. Mead & 
Vickery, proprietors. Subscription $2; claimed circu- 
lation 7200; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 24 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
p:sr inch >>5 cents each insertion; cuts same price. E. 
O. W. or Reading notices 25 per cent extra. 

HOME FARM. Every Thursday. Agricultural. Estab- 
lished 1S80. Samuel L. Board man, editor. S. L. Board- 
man & Co., proprietors. Subscription $1.50; claimed 
circulation 4200; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 
20 inche- 1 , width 238 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, each inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months $0, 
b months $11, 1 year $20; cuts same price. 

MAINE FARMER. Every Thursday. Agricultural. 
Established 1S32. Badger & Mauley, editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 10.000; 4 
page- 1 , 9 columns; length of columns 28 1-2 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time 
$1.25, 2 times $2, 3 times $2.50, 1 month *3.25, 2 months $0, 

3 months $8. 50, G months $10, 1 year $30; cuts same 
price. Special notices $1.50 per inch each insertion. No 
advertisement inserted for luss than $1. 

NEW AGE. Every Friday. Democratic. Established 
1807. Harris M. Planted, "editor. Plaisted & Morton, 
proprietors. Subscription $2; claimed circulation (iOOO; 

4 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 2(> inches, width 
2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
2.25, 2 times $3, 1 month $4.50, 3 months $9, 6 months;$15, 
1 year $24; 3 inches 1 month $12, 3 months $25. 1 year 
$80; 1-4 column 1 year $115, 1 column 1 year $425; cuts 
panic price. E. O. W. 2-3 weekly rates. Special notices 
25 per cent additional. Reading notices 25 cents'per line 
each insertion. 

VICKERY'S FIRESIDE VISITOR AND PEOPLE'S 
ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE. 1st and 15th of each 
month. Literary. Illustrated. Established 1880. P.O. 
Vickery, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1: claimed 
circulation 100,000; 1(5 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns, 14 inches, width 2 5-12 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 1 time 45 cents, per month 75 cents per line; 
cuts same price. 

Advt. page 74. 

HAPPY HOURS. Monthly. Literary. Illustrated. 
Established 187!). Hill & Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription $1; claimed circulation 71.000; 20 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns 14 inches, width 2 5-12 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents per line each 
insertion; cuts same price. 

Advt. page 74. 



ILLUSTRATED FAMILY MONTHLY.-Monthly. 
Literary. Illustrated. Established 1874. Shaw & Co., 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $1; claimed circu- 
lation 48.500; 20 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 14 
inches, width 2 5-12 inches. Advertising rates, 28 cents 
per agate line each insertion; cuts game price. 
Advt page 74. 

Augusta, Me., April 9th, 1884. 
John F. Phillip* & Co. 

Gentlemen : In reply to your favor of the 
7th, we would, say the last Issue of our 
three publications was exactly 215,5OO 
copies. This includes the April numbers 
of Happy Hours aild Illustrated Family 
Monthly ami The Fireside Visitor and Mag- 
azine of April '1st. Our entire edition for 
April, which includes both issues of the 
Fireside Visitor and Magazine, will be 
3OO.OOO copies or over. The average cir- 
culation of Happy Hours for the past three 
years, as shown by o n ^subscription-books, 
has been over 75.OOO copies monthly. The 
average circulation of the Visitor and Mag- 
azine for the same time has been over 
1OO,OOO copies each month and of The 
Family Monthly over 50jOOO copies each 
month. Our books will show, in fact, ait 
average circulation fur three years past of 
over 25O,OOO copies each issue. 
Very Truly Yours. 

VICKERY & III LI,, 

By J. F. Hill. 



State of Maine, 

1884. 



Kpnnehec 
>ec, **. 

Personally appeared J. F. Hill, above 
named, and made oath that the above state- 
ment by him signed is true. Before me, 
A. G. ANDREWS, 

[SEAL.] Judge a/Municipal Court, Augusta, M. 

BANGOR. 

COMMERCIAL. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WE KKLY, Friday. Independent. Established 1838. J. 
P. Bass & Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $7, claimed circulation 2500; weekly $1, claimed 
circulation 4000; 4 pages (weekly 8 and 10 pages), 6 col- 
umns; length of columns 23 inches (weekly 20 inches), 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily 1 inch 1 time 
75 cents, 1 week $1.50; eich week's continuance 50 cents. 
Cuts same price, Special positions 25 to 100 per cent extra. 
E. O. D. 2-3; 2 times a week 1-2; 1 time a week 1-3 daily 
monthly rates. Business notices, first insertion 10 cents, 
subsequent insertions 6 cents per line. Weekly 1 inch 1 
time 75 cents, each continuance 25 cents. Reading 
notices, flrst 10 cents, subsequent insertions 6 cents per 
line. 

The Commercial pays for postage, double 
the amount paid by any other establish- 
ment in Eastern Maine. 

WHIG AND COURIER. Every morning except Sun- 
day, and COURIER, Fridays. Republican. Established, 
daily 1834, weekly 1815 Hon. C. A Boutelle, editor. 
Boutelle & Burr, proprietors. Subscription, daily $8 ; 
claimed circulation 2100; weekly $2 ; claimed circulation 
20 10 ; 4 pages (weekly G pages), 8 columns; length of col- 
umns 243-4 inches, width 21-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, daily. 1-2 inch 1 time 75 cents ; 1 week 
$1.25; subsequent weeks 40 cents ; 1 inch 1 tirne$l; 



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To REACH THE PEOPLE OF THE SOUTH AISTD SOUTH-AYEST ADVERTISERS 
SHOULD USE THE COLUMNS OF 



Our Sunny South, 

PUBLISHED SEMI MONTHLY AJF 

BROWNWOOD, TEXAS. 



DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE HOME AND FARM. 

Circulation Sworn to Exceed 40,000 Copies of Each Issue, 



OTJJF*. OIFLOTJtj ^.TIOUXT. 

The publishers claim and prove that OUR SUNNY SouTir has the largest circulation in TEXAS 
of any newspaper published. There is scarcely a town, village, crobs-road, post-office, or neigh- 
borhood in Texas, where this paper is not circulated in clubs of from 5 to 200 copies. This circu- 
lation is permanent, to bona-fide paid in advance subscribers. OUK SUNNY SOUTH reaches over 
1400 post-offices in Texas each issue, and its circulation is constantly increasing. It has also an 
extensive circulation in all the great cotton-growing States of the South, and also in California, 
Arizona, and New Mexico, besides each and very State and Territory in the United States and 
Canada. 

IT PAYS ADVERTISERS 

to use the columns of OyR SUNNY SOUTH, because it has all the circulation claimed, and reaches 
a territory which no other paper so completely covers. Make contracts now while rates are low. 

OUR ONLY RATES. 

Ordinary advertising, 25 cents per line, each insertion. Reading notices, set in leaded Brevier 
type, 33& per cent additional. Guaranteed positions, 25 per cent extra. We use Nonpareil 
type for advertising ; 12 lines make one inch. No extra charge for cuts on metal base, otherwise 
we charge for reblocking. Orders for single insertions payable in advance ; three months orders 
payable after the first insertion ; six months and yearly contracts, payable quarterly. Special 
discount on large or long time advertisements. 

In making up lists always include OUR SUNNY SOUTH. Advertisements received through 
any first-class agency, or they can be sent direct to 



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week; subsequent weeks 6 cents; cuts same price. 
', 1 week 8 cents, subsequent weeks 4 cents per 

PRESS. Every morning except Sunday, and MAINE 
STATE PKESS, Thursdays. Republican. Established 
1862. Walter Allen, editor. Portland Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $7; estimated circulation 
3200; weekly $2 ; estimated circulation 3300 ; daily 4 pages, 
8 columns; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 
daily 261-2 inches; weekly 22 inches; width 21-4 in- 
ches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch 1 time 
$1 ; 1 week- $1.50 ; 1 month $4 ; 3 months $10 ; 1 year $35 ; 
cuts same price. E.O.D. 1-3 daily monthly rates. Special 
notices 1-3 additional ; Reading notices 20 cents a line. 
Weekly 1-3 of daily monthly rates. Reading notices 15 
cents per line. 

CHRISTIAN MIRROR. Every Saturday. Orthodox 
congregational. I. P. Warren, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2.50; claimed circulation 2200; 8 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 20 cents an inch each inser- 
sertion; cuts same price. 

GLOBE. Every Saturday. Independent. Established 
1877. Gep. B. Bagley, publisher. Subscription $1.25; 
claimed circulation 2800; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns 19 inches, \yidth 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents; 1 month $2; 3 months 
$4.50 ; 1 year $15 ; 3 inches 1 month $5.50 ; 3 months $12 ; 
1 year $35 ; 1 column 1 year $150 ; cuts same price. 

SUNDAY TIMES. Every Sunday. Neutral. Estab- 
lished 1875. Giles O. Bailey, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $2; claimed circulation 4200 ; 4 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns 26 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates made known on application to the publisher. 
or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row. New York. 

TRANSCRIPT. Every Wednesday. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1836. Elwell. Pickard & Co., editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2; sworn circulation 25,500; 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 7th page 1 time 20 
cents ;2 times 38 cent:) ; 3 times 57 cents \ 4 times 72 cents ; 
(i times $1.02 ; 10 times $1.55 ; 3 months $1.95 ; 6 months 
$3.38 ; 1 year $6.24 per line ; 8th page 1 time 25 cents ; 2 
times 48 cents; 4 times 92 cents; 10 times $2.05; 3 months 
$2.60; 6 months $4.62; 1 year $7.80; cuts same price. 
Less than 8 lines charged 1 line extra Reading notices, 
minion, 1 to 12 times 40 cents ; 3 mouths 35 cents ; fi 
months 30 cents ; '1 year 25 cenfce per line per time ; if in 
brevier, 10 cents per line each time extra. Solid cuts re- 
quired. 

Largest circulation In City, Comity, and 
State. Large circulation In New Hamp- 
shire, Eastern Massachu setts, and Mari- 
time Provinces. First-class medium for 
School, Agricultural, and General Adver- 
tising. 

Adtt. page 94. 

ZION'S ADVOCATE. Every Wednesday. Baptist. 
Established 1828. Henry S. Burrage, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2.50; claimed circulation 3000 ; 8 pages, fi 
columns ; length of columns 20 incheis.widtn 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 week $1 ; 1 month 
$2; Smonths $5 ; 6 months $8 ; 1 year $15; 2 inches 1 week 
$2; 1 month $4; 3 months $8; 6 months $15; 1 year $25; 
cuts same price. Special notices 25 per cent additional. 
Reading notices 20 cents. 



1 week $2 ; subsequent weeks 75 cents ; cuts same price. 
Special notices and double columns per inch, first week 
$2.50 ; subsequent week $1 50 ; Business notices 10 cents 
per line each insertion. Weekly, 1-2 inch 3 times $1 ; 
Hiifoseqiient insertions 17 cents; 1 inch 3 times $1.25; sub- 
sequent insertions 25 cents. , 

DIRIGO RURAL. Every Saturday. -Agricultural. 
Established 1874. D. M. Hall, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1.50 ; claimed circulation 2800 ; 8 pages, 5 
columns ; length of columns 18 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time $1 ; subse- 
quent insertions 40 cents; cuts same price. Double col- 
umn 1-2 extra. Special and Reading notices $1 per inch 
each insertion, 



BIDDEPORD. 

WATSON'S ILLUMINATOR. Monthly. Humorous. 
Established 1876. Will H. Watson, editor and propri- 
etor. Subscription 50 cents; claimed circulation 15,000; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 
2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1st insertion, 
1-2 inch or less $1; 1 inch $1.50; 3 inches $3.50; each ad- 
ditional inch 75 cents ; subsequent insertions, 1-2 inch 70 
cents; 3 inches $2.10 ; each additional inch 60 cents; 20 in- 
clies, first $15; subsequent insertions $9.90 ; cuts same 
price. Double columus 1-4 extra. Reading notices 18 
cents per line each time. Solid cuts required. 

Sold from ITIaiiie to Texas on railroads 
and at news depots. 

Advt. page 216. 



LEWISTOIV. 

EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Established, daily 
1861; weekly 1847. Nelson Dingley, Jr., & Co., editors 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $7; estimated circu- 
lation 250U ; weekly $2 ; estimated circulation 20,000 ; daily 
4 pages, 8 columns; weekly 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns 23 1-2 inches (weekly 22 1-3 inches), width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch 3 
times or less $1, subsequent insertions 25 cents. Dis- 
counts for large space or long time. Cuts same price. 
Special notices i-4 extra. Weekly, per inch 1 time $1.50 ; 
subsequent insertions 75 cents. Discounts for long time. 
Special notices 1-4 extra. Reading notices 20 cents per 
line each insertion. 

GAZETTE. Every Friday. Democratic. Established 
1872. Thomas E. Calvert, editor. Calvert & Waldron, 
proprietors. Subscription $1.75; claimed circulation 
4500 ; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 20 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 col- 
umn 1 year $240 ; less space at a proportionate rate. Cuts 
same rates. 



PORTLAND. 

ADVERTISER. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays. Republican. Established 1785. 
II. W. Richardson, editor. The State Publishing Associ- 
ation, proprietors. Subscription, daily $6 ; claimed cir- 
culation 1900 ; weekly $1; claimed circulation 1300; 4 pages, 
8 columns ; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 3-8 in- 
ches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 cents per 



line 1st 
Weekly 
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1884. 



Circulation J^argrer than all Papers or Its Class eomtoined. 
Advertising J-*T[>ace Limited to I^ast Three Pages*. 

'M'lie Most Popultir !-eieiitliio JLaper in tlio' "World. 

This Widely Circulated and splendidly illustrated paper is published weekly. Every 
number contains sixteen pages of useful information, and a large number of original engrav- 
ings of new inventions and discoveries, representing Engineering Works, Steam Machinery, New 
Inventions, Novelties in Mechanics, Manufactures, Chemistry, Electricity, Telegraphy, Photog- 
raphy, Architecture, Agriculture, Horticulture, Natural History, etc. 

Terms of Subscription. One copy of the SCIENTIFIC AMHRICAN will be sent for one year 
52 numbers postage prepaid, to any subscriber in the United States or Canada, on receipt of 
three dollars and twenty cents by the publishers, six months, $1.60; three months, $1. 

CLUBS. One extra copy of the SCIENTIFIC A.MERICAN will be supplied gratis for every 
dab office subscribers at $3.20 each; additional copies at same proportionate rate. 



Advertisements are charged for according to the space they occupy, measured in agate type, 
set solid. We usually count eight words to the agate line; fourteen lines to the inch. 

The charges for publication are 75 cents per line for each insertion, on the inside of the paper; 
and $1 per line for each insertion on the outside, or back page. 

Advertisements may be displayed as desired, and accompanied by cuts. The charge will be 
for the space actually occupied, at' the rates per line above mentioned. 

Charges for advertisements are payable in advance, unless otherwise specially arranged 

"Business" and "Personal" Notices, $1 per line each insertion, eight words (of two syllables 
each) to the line. 

The Scientific American Supplement 

is a distinct paper from the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. The SUPPLEMENT is issued weekly. Every 
number contains 16 pages, uniform in size with SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN. Terms of subscription 
for SUPPLEMENT, $5 a year, postage paid, to subscribers. Single copies, 10 cents. Sold by 
all newsdealers throughout the country. 

l^ 3 No advertisements are inserted in the Supplement. 

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free, on receipt of seven dollars. Both papers to one address or different addresses, as desired. 

Scientific American Export Edition. 

This is a large and splendid periodical issued once.a month. Each number contains about 
one hundred large quarto pages, profusely illustrated, embracing : [1] Most of the plates and 
pages of the four preceding weekly issues of SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN with its splendid engravings 
and valuable information. [3] Commercial, trade, and manufacturing announcements of leading- 
houses. Terms for Export Edition, $5 a year, sent prepaid to any part of the world. Single 
copies 50 cents. 

l$$" Manufacturers and others who desire to secure foreign trade, may have large and hand- 
somely displayed announcements published in this edition tit a very moderate cost. 

The SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN Export Edition has a guaranteed circulation of all commercial 
places throughout the world. 

RATES OF ADVERTISING. 

Business Cards, one year, $20.00 1 4 page, six months $100.00 

1-16 page, six mouths, 35.00 ^ " one year 175.00 

1-16 " one year 60.00 > " six months 175.00 

Y% page, six months 60.00 ^ " one year 300.00 

y& page, one year 100.00 1 " six months 325.00 

One page, one year $550.000 

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MARYLAND. 



BALTIMORE. 

AMERICAN. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Satur- 
days. Independent. Established 1773. Wm. Frisch, ed- 
itor. Felix Agnus, publisher. Subscription, daily $6 ; 
claimed circulation 25,000 ; Sunday $1.50 ; claimed circu- 
lation 30,000; weekly $1; claimed circulation 25,000; 4 
pages, 9 columns; length of columns 27 5-6 inches, width 

2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily. 4 lines 1 time 
50 cents ; 1 week $1.75 ; 1 month $5 : 3 months $15 ; 1 year 
$50 ; E.O.D. 1 month $3.75 ; 1 year $35 : 2 times a week 1 
month $3.30 ; 3 months $9 ; 1 year $2:5 ; cuts and 2d page 
25 per cent additional. Double column and 1st page 1-2 
more; 4th page 1-3 more. Reading notic-s 1st page 20 
cents per line ; 1 month $3 : 1 year $25 ; 2d page no- 
tices 15 cents ; 1 month $2.50 ; 1 year $18 : Sunday, 1st 
insertion 15 cents; subsequent insertions 12 1-2 cents; 

3 months $1.50; 1 year $4.50 per line. Reading notices 
20 cents per line. Weekly 20 cents each insertion ; 14 
times 15 cents; 27 times 12 1-2 cents ; 40 times in cents 
per line each insertion ; cuts same price. Reading no- 
tices 25 cents per line. 

A dvt. page 80. 

DAY. Every evening except Sunday. Democratic. 
Established 1832 G. W. Cruikshank, editor and pub- 
lisher. Fred. L. Holmes, business manager. Subscrip- 
tion $3; -worn circulation 15,626; 4 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, 1 time 12 cents; 1 week 45 cents; 2 
weeks 75 cents; 1 month $1.25; 3 months $3; 1 year $10 
per line; cuts same price. E. O. D. 2-3 daily monthly 
rates. Reading notices, nonpareil type on Editorial 
page 15 cents per line each insertion; per month $2; 1 
year $18; Reading notices, reading matter type, 1 time 
25 cents; 1 month $4: 1 year $40 per line; solid cuts re- 
quired. 

The circulation of The Day Is greater 
than that of any Baltimore paper, with a 
single exception. It Is the only paper 
giving a s\v orn statement. 
Ada t. page 128. 

DEUTSCHE CORRESPONDENT.-Every morning and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. German. Established 1845. Fred. 
Raine, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $7.50; 
estimated circulation 10,000; weekly $2.50; estimated cir- 
culation 3000; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of columns 25 
3-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, daily 4 lines 1 time 60 cents; subsequent insertions 
30 cents; 2 weeks $3.50; 1 month $6; 3 months $12.50; 6 
months $20; 1 year $30; cuts same price. E. O. D. from 

1 to 3 months 3-4; over 3 months 2-3 daily rates; 2 times a 
week 1 time 15 cents, subsequent insertions 10 cents per 
line: 1 time a week 1 time 15 cents, subsequent inser- 
tions 12 1-2 cents per line. 1st page 1-4, 4th pase 1-2 
extra; 1st page Special notices 4 months $4.50; 6 months 
$6.67; 1 year $10 per line; 4th page notices 1 month 
$3.65; 3 months 83.6V. 6 months $8.35; 1 year $12.50 per 
line reading type ol the paper; 1st page Reading notices, 
nonpareil, 20 cents; 4th page Reading notices, brevier, 25 
cents per line each insertion. No advertisements in- 
serted in Sunday issue. Weekly 4 lint's 1 time 60 cents; 

2 times $1; 1 month $-2; 3 month* $5; months $8; 1 
year $15; solid curved cuts required. 

MORNING HERALD. Every morning and HERALD, 
Fridays. Indcpendt-nt. Established 1875. Chas. Rey- 
nolds, Jr., editor. Wm. J. Hooper, proprietor. Sub- 
scription, daily $3; sworn circulation 15,500; Sunday $1; 
sworn circulation 14,100; 4 pages (Sunday and Weekly 8 



pages), 7 columns; length of co'umns 23 1-2 inches, width 
2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, daily, agate, 2J and 3d 
pages 12 1-2 cents, 4th page 15 cents. Per line 1 month 
$1.40; 3 months $75; 6 months $7; 1 year $12; cut< same 
price; Special notices 12 1-2 cents, first; subsequent inser- 
tions half-price. Readers 20 cents per line each inser- 
tion; 1 month 15 crnts; 3 months 10 1-2 cents; 6 months 
9 l-2.cents; 1 year 7 1-2 cents. Advertisements or Read- 
ers E. O. D. 20 per cent; 2 time-* a week 25 per cent 
more than for same number of consecutive insertions. 
Sunday, 1 time 12 1-2 cents; 1 month 40 cents; 3 months 
85 cents; 1 year $2.50 per line. Weekly, 1 time 12 1-2 
cents; 1 month 35 cent*; 3 months 75 cents : 1 



per line; Notices same rates as in daily; solid cuts re- 
quired. S. C. Beckwith, 48 Tribune building, New York, 
special agent. 

"We guarantee that our editions yield 
larger profit* to advertisers than any 
newspaper in the country. Send lor speci- 
men copies and rates, and read the testi- 
mony of home advertisers as to the value 
of our editions. S. C. Beckwith, 48 Trib- 
une building, New York, special agent. 
Advt. pge 368. 

. NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, and SUNDAY 
morning. Democratic. Established 1871. Hermange & 
Brewer, editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $6; 
claimed circulation 15,000; Sunday $1.50; claimed circu- 
lation 17.500: 4 pages (Sunday 8 pages), 8 columns; length 
of columns 22 1-2 inches, width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising 
:ates, d ily, agate, first insertion 12 1-2 cenls. subsequent 
times 6 1-4 cents; 1 month $1.25, 3 months $3.12, 6 mouths 
$6.25, 1 year $10; 1st and 4th pages 1-4 extra: cuts same 
price: E. O. D. 3-4 daily monthly rate ; Reading notices 
2'1 page, first 5 lines 15 cents per line; each additional 
line 12 1-2 cents per line each insertion; Sunday, 1st in- 
fieriion 12 cents, subsequent insertions 6 1-4 Cfins, 1 year 
$2.50 per line; Reading notices 15 cents first insertion, 
subsequent insertions 10 cents per line. 
Advt. page 372. 

SUN. Every morning except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Saturdays. Established 1837. Independent. A. S. Abell 
& Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $6; 
estimated circulation 30,000; weekly $1; estimated circu- 
lation 12,000; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 
25 1-4 inches, width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, dailv, 4 lines 1 time 60 cents, each additioiial in- 
sertion 30 "cents, 1 month $6; E. O. D. 4 lines 1 time 60 
cents, subsequent insertions 35 cents; 2 times a week 4 
lines, 1 time (10 cents, subsequent insertions 40 cents; 1 
time a week 15 cents per line each insertion; 1st page 
Reading notices 5 lines or less each insertion $1.20, each 
additional line 20 cents; 2d page Reading notice before 
Marriages each insertion 5 lines or k-ss $1; each addi- 
tional line 18 cents; Weekly, 4 lines or less before Mar- 
riages $1 ; after Marriages 5 lines or less $1 each insertion. 
No cuts, large type, or double columns inseited in either 
paper. 

BALTIMOREAN. Every Saturday. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1872. A. F. Crntchfielcls. editor. Crntchfields 
& Haas, proprietors. Subscription $2; claimed circula- 
tion 5000; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 28 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
10 cents per line first insertion, subsequent insertions 5 
cents; cuts same price; Reading notices 15 cents ptr line. 
Advt. page 378. 



H'S JXO. F. PHILLIPS cJt CO.'S 




BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 



I IV E> E PEIV E> EIVT. 



ESTABLISHED 1 



J. A. CRESWELL, Editor. 

77/ TELEGRAPH PUBLISHING CO.. Publishers. 



Four pages ; six columns per page ; length of column, nineteen inches, by 
twelve pica ems in width. Subscription, $3 per year. Circulation, 12,500 daily. 

Rates. -Reading Notices, 15 cents per line, one time. 10 cents per line each 
subsequent insertion. 

Display Advertising". 75 cents per square of eight lines Agate, for one 
time ; one square, daily, inside pages, six months, $32.50 ; one square, daily, fourth 
page, six months, $36. 

No Display Advertising on first page. 

Special position, 20 per cent extra. 

Circulated in city of Buffalo, Western New York, Northern and Western 
Pennsylvania, and Ontario. 

Solid metal curved cuts inserted. 



1153 MAI1V STREET. 



A. N. SAFFORD, 

SECKETARY AND BUSINESS MANAGER. 



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CATHOLIC MIRROR. Every Saturday. Roman 
Catholic. Established 1850. John B. Piet & Co., editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $3; estimated circulation 
4500; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time 81.50, 1 month $5, 3 months $12, 6 months $20, 1 
year $35; each additional inch 1 year $15; cuts same 
price; 6th and 7th pages 10 per cent less; 1st and 5th 
pages 20 per cent extra; double column 1-4 extra; Read- 
ing notices inside 20 cents, 1st and 5th pages 25 cents per 
line. 

Adet. page 374. 

EPISCOPAL METHODIST. Every Wednesday. 
Methodist. Established 1866. Rev. William K. Boyle, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $2,20; claimed cir- 
culation 4200; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 
20 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 5 cents per line each insertion; 1 inch 1 year $20; 
cuts same price. 

EVERY SATURDAY. Independent. Established 
1878. T. J, Wentworth, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $2; claimed circulation 4500; 8 pages, 5 columns; 
length of columns 17 1-2 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 5 lines first 50 cents, subse- 
quent insertiong 25 cents; cats same price; Local notices 
J5 cents per line. 

Advt. page 364. 

GOSPEL IN ALL LANDS. Every Thursday. Unde- 
nominational. Established 1880. Rev. Eugene K. Smitb, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription 82; claimed circula- 
tion 5000; 16 pages. 2 columns; length of columns (i 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, ae^ite, 10 
cents per Mne each insertion ; cuts same price. No med- 
ical advertisements inserted. 

KATHOLISCHE VOLKS 2EITUNG. Every Satur- 
day. German. Catholic. Established 1860. John Schmidt, 
editor. Kreuzer Brothers, proprietors. Subscription $2.50; 
claimed circulation 25,000; 8 pages., li columns; length of 
columns 20 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advenieiug 
rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time $1, 1 month $3, 3 mouth* 
$8, 6 months $15, 1 year $25; cats same price ; Reading 
matter 20 cents per line. 

Advt. page 370. 

" METHODIST. Every Saturday. Methodist Episcopal. 
Established 1879. Rev. D. H. Carroll, publisher. Sub- 
scription $1.50; claimed circulation 3000; 8 pages, 5 col- 
umns; length of columns J7 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time 10 cente, 1 month 8 
(Cents., 3 mouths .6 cents, 6 montks 5 cents, 1 year 4 cent* 
per line each insertion; cuts same price, 

METHODIST PROTESTANT. Every Saturday. 
Methodist Protestant. Established 1831. Rev. E. J. 
Drinkhouse, editor. William J. C. Bulanjr, pirblisher. 
Subscription $2: estimated circulation 4000; 8 pages, 6 
columns; .length of cojunxcs 1.0 1-1 inches, width 2 j-6 



inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time 10 cents, 1 
month 8 cents, 3 months 6 cents, 6 months 5 cents, 1 year 
4 cents per line; cuts same price. 

NATIONAL FARM AND FIRESIDE. Every Satur- 
day. Granger. Established 1874. Alexander J. Wl- 
derburn, editor. Farm and Fireside Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription $1; estimated circulation 3001); 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$1.20. 1 month $2.50, 3 months $6, 1 year $16; 3 inches 1 
year $35; cuts same price. 

Advt. page 216. 

TELEGRAM. Every Saturday. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1862. W. L Cook, editor. James Young, proprie- 
tor. Subscription $2 ; estimated circulation 60i : 8 
pages. 6 columns ; length of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, first 10 cents, 
subsequent insertions 5 cents per line ; cuts same price. 

Oldest Weekly in Baltimore. Devoted to 
Society and Fraternities. 

Advt. page 276. 

VOLKSFREUND UND ; BIENE -Every Saturday. Ger- 
man. Independent, Established 1873. Sigmuud Junger, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $2.50; estimated 
circulation 50(10 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
20 inches, width 2 1-4 inehee. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $3, 3 months $6, fi 
months $9, 1 year $15; 3 inches 1 year $15 ; cuts same 
price, 

AMERICAN FARMER. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Agricultural. Established 1819. Sam 1 ! Sands & Son, 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $1.50 ; estimated 
circulation 4500 ; 16pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
121-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil. 10 line* 1 time $1.50, 1 month $2 50. 3 months $6, 
6 mouths $10, 1 year $16; 1-2 column 1 time $8.50, 1 month 
$13, 3 months $23, 1 year $60 ; cuts same price. 
Advt. page 370. 

MARYLAND FARMER. Monthly. Agricultural. Es- 
tablished 1864. J5. Whitman, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1 ; claimed circulation 6000 ; 100 pages, 2 col- 
umns ; length of columns 7 3-4 inches, width 25-12 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1.50, 3 times 
$4, 6 times $7, 1 year $12; 14 page 1 year $35, 1 column 1 
year $320 ; cute same price. 

Advt. page 282. 



FREDERICK, 

TIMES, Every Saturday. Independent Republican. 
Wm. Bouidio, editor. Kaufman & Bouldin, proprietors. 
Subscription $1 ; sworn circulation 3400 ; 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns ; length of column 32 incites, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising fates, nonpareil, per inch 1 -time $1; each 
subsequent insertion 25 cents; 1 year $10; 3 inches 1 
jDQonjh $4.50 ; 3 months $8 ; 1 je.ar $20 ; cuts sam.e price. 



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IF YOU WANT THE TRADE 

OF OVER 

3,QOO Carpenters and. their* families, 
> } 3OO Tailors and their families, 

4,400 Printers and their families, 

7,200 S~h.oema~k.ers and their families, 
6,6 OO Jdricklayers and their families, 
4,700 Mac.hi7i.ists and their- families, 

2,700 Stone- Cutters and their families, 

2,6OO Cigar-matters and their families, 
and. 5 O,OOO other readers, 

^DVEIiTISE 1 1ST 

THE LABOR WORLD 



It is Read ~by over Two Sandred Thousand People, 
and Circulates in nearly every To~wn and City. 

REACHES JUST THE CLASS WHO BUY. 



Advertising- I^atess, SO Cents per Line. 



THE LABOR WORLD, 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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BOSTON. 

ADVERTISER. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Established 1811. 
Daily Advertiser Co., editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion daily $12: estimated circulation 9000; weekly $1 ; 
estimated circulation 300:) ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 20 3-4 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, daily, 8 lines 1 lime $1; subsequent inser- 
tions 50 cents ; cuts same price. 246 Washington street. 

EVENING STAR. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1880. R. C. McCartney, edi- 
tor and publisher. Claimed circulation 24,244 ; 4 pages, 
6 columns ; length of columns 18 3-4 inches, width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line each 
insertion ; 2d and 4th pages 15 cents ; cuts and special 
position t-4 extra; Reading notices, 3d page. 25 cents, 
2d and 4lh pages 50 cents, 1st page 75 cents per line; solid 
cuts required. 332 Washington street. 

Tlie only one-cent paper In Boston. 

EVENING TRANSCRIPT.--Every evening'exccpt Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. . Established 1830. Tran- 
script Co , publishers. Subscription, daily $9. estimated 
circulation 14.000; weekly $2, estimated circulation 4500; 
8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 1-4 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily 8 lines 
1 time $1 ; subsequent insertions 50 cents ; 1 time a week 
or among " New Advertisements " $1 each Insertion ; cuts 
same price; Business notices 1st, 4r,h, or 8th page 1 time 
121-2 cents, subsequent insertions 10 cents pi-r line; 
City notices 25 cents; Editorial notices 75 cent* per line. 
Weekly 12 1-2 cents per line each insertion. 321 Washing- 
ton street. 

EVENING TRAVELLER. Every evening except 
Sunday, and AMERICAN TRAVELLER, Thursdays. 
Established 1824. Roland Worthington, editor. R. 
Worthington & Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$9 ; claimed circulation 19,000 : weekly $1.50 ; claimed 
circulation 17,500; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of columns 
29 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
agate, first insertion 12 1-2 cents ; subsequent insertions 
6 1-4 cents per line; Business notices or displayed adver- 
tisements on 1st, 2d, and 4th pages. " New Advertise- 
ments, " or advertisements once a week 12 1-2 cents per 
Hue each insertion ; cuts 1-4 extra for space occupied; 
double columns, 8 lines $1.25 each insertion; Reading 
notices 33 1-3 cents ; Local notices 75 cents per line per 
time ; weekly 15 cents; Reading notices 25 cents; Local 
notices 50 cents per line each insertion ; 3 months or longer, 
ordinary. 12 1-2 cents ; Reading notices 20 cents ; Local 
notices 40 cenis per line each insertion ; double column 
1-4 extra ; cuts 1-4 extra for space occupied: Solid curved 
cuts required. Also issue the BOSTON TRAVELLER 
semi-weekly. Coiner State and Congress streets. 

FIVE EDITIONS DAILY. The largest 
four-page evening newspaper, and one of 
the best advertising mediums in New 
England. 

a he AMERICAN TRAVELLER, weekly, 
and the BOSTON TRAVRLLUR, semi- 
weekly, are essentially lamily newspapers, 
giving ilie latest news from all parts of 
the world, Rev. Henry Ward Beecher's 
Sermons, the " Review of the Week," 
Market and Shipping Reports, choice 
original and selected reading matter for 
I In- fireside, and are most valuable medi- 
ums to advertisers desiring to place their, 
announcements before a large and, intel- 
ligent class of readers. 

GLOBE. Every morning and evening except Sunday. 
Sunday morning, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Democratic. 
Established 1872. Chas. II. Taylor, editor and proprietor. 



Subscription, daily $6; claimed circulation 55,000 
(claimed circulation Sunday tiO,000); weekly $1 ; claimed 
circulation 40,000 ; 4 to 16 pages, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 21 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, daily no display 6 1-4 cents ; displayed, run of 
paper, 12 1-2 cents ; 2d or 4th page 16 2-3 cents ; 1st 
page 20 cents per line each insertion ; double column 1-2 
extra ; cuts and extra large type 25 cents per line; double 
column 1-2 extra; 1 column 1st page $60 ; 2d and 4th 
pages $50; ordinary $40; Special notices 30 cents ; Read- 
ing notices 2d and 4th pages 50 cents ; 1st page 75 cents 
per line; Sunday no display, 6 1-4 cenis ; display, ordi- 
nary, 16 2-3 cents; 4th, 5th, or 8th pages 20 cents; 1st page 
25 cents per line; double column, 5th and 8th pages, 1-4; 
other pages 1-2 extra ; cuts and extra large type, 1st page, 
50 cents, other pages 25 cents per line; 1 column, ordi- 
nary, $50 ; 4th, 5th, or 8th pages $60 ; 1st page $75; Spe- 
cial notices 3<> cents ; Reading notices, last page before 
advertisements, 50 cents; bottom of column 75 cents; bot- 
tom column 1st page $1 per line. Weekly,ordinary,30 cents; 
Reading notices 50 cents per line each insertion; solid 
cuts required. 236 and 238 Washington street. 

Tlie Globe is making great progress every 
year, and frequently runs over 1OO,OOO 
copies. Its business was increased over 
33 per cent in 1883, both in circulation 
and advertising. There are not six Sunday 
newspapers in I lie United States which ex- 
ceed or equal the circulation of the Boston 
Sunday Globe. The Globe Is the best me- 
dium in New England. 

Advt. page 82. 

HERALD. Every morning and evening, and Sunday 
morning. Independent. Established 1846. R. M. Pulsi- 
fer & Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$6, sworn circulation 104,681 ; Sunday }2, sworn circu- 
lation 83,130; 4 pages (Sunday 16 pages), 8 columns; 
length of columns 24 1-2 inches, width 2 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, agate, per line each insertion, ordi- 
nary, no display, 12 1-2 cents per line ; displayed, run of 
paper, 20 cents ; editorial page 25 cents ; 1st or last 
page 30 rents per line ; if double column 1-2 more than 
these prices: cuts and extra large type any page 60 
cents ; double column cuts 50 per cent extra; 1 column, 
run of paper, $60 ; editorial page $75 ; 1st or last page 
$90 ; 1 double column 50 per cent extra ; medicines and 
medical publications 25 cents ; Medical cards 30 cents 
per line ; Reading notices, bottom of column, $1 ; last 
page preceding advertisements, 75 cents ; editorial page 
50 cents per Tine. Sunday no display 12 1-2 cents pnr 
line ; displayed, run of paper, 20 cents ; last page 25 
cents ; editorial page 30 cents ; 1st page 50 cents per 
line ; double column 1-2 extra ; cuts and extra large type 
1st page $1 ; other pages 60 cents ; 1 column run of pa- 
per, $60 ; last and opposite editorial page $75 ; editorial 
page $90 ; 1st page 150 ; 1 double column 50 per cent 
extra ; Reading notices, bottom of column, 1st page $2 : 
other pages $1 ; last and opposite editorial page preced- 
ing advertisements 50 cents. Nothing less than 50 cents 
each insertion. No medical cards inserted on Sunday. 
Solid cuts required. 255 Washington street. 
Advt. page 78. 

JOURNAL. Every morning and evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1833. Subscription, daily 6, claimed circulation 
41,000 ; weekly $1, claimed circulation 20,000 ; 4 pages, 
9 columns ; length of columns 26 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, agate. 3 lines 1 time 50 
cents ; 4 or 5 lines 75 cents ; 6 lines $1 ; 7 or 8 lines $1.25; 
subsequent insertions half price ; on news page or 
among " new" advertisements 6 lines $1 each insertion ; 
cuts double for space occupied ; double or treble col- 
umns $1.33 1-3 for each 6 lines ; if with cuts $2 for each 6 
lines for space of cut. Special notices 20 cents ; Busi- 



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1867, -HMN ITS SEVENTEENTH YEAR,** 1884, 



SUNDAY REPUBLIC, 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



HALES, KEYSER & SWAIN, Proprietors. 



Well established, circulating not only extensively in Philadelphia, 
but throughout Pennsylvania and adjoining States. It is not excelled 
by any Sunday paper in the city in number of patrons among classes 
of f?ie most benefit to merchants, storekeepers, 

AND ADVERTISERS GENERALLY. 

In it will always be found pleasing and unobjectionable stories, edito- 
rials on current local topics, the political gossip of the day, the latest 
telegraphic and local news, and all else that is needed to make a 



First-Class Family 'Sunday Newspaper, 



NEWSPAPER RATE- BO OK. 



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ness notices 50 cents ; Reading notices $1 per line. 
Weekly 15 cents ; 3 months or longer 12 12 cents per 
line ; cats 25 cents ; 3 months 20 cents ; double columns 
25 cents, if cut 35 cents each time. News page 20 cents, 
i f cut 30 cents ; 3 months 16 2-3 cents, if cut 25 cents per 
line. Special notices 20 cents, 3 months Iti 2-3 cents per 
line each insertion; Business notices 37 1-2 cents, 3 
months 30 cents per line each insertion. Solid cats re- 
quired. 264 Washington stteet. 

The largest circulation of any Republi- 
can newspaper in New England. 
Advt. page 84. 

POST. Every morning except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Fridays. Democratic. Established 1831. Post Publish- 
ing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $9, 
claimed circulation 10,500 ; weekly $1, claimed circula- 
tion 14,000 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length of columns 27 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
daily per line, first 12 1-2 cents, subsequent insertions 
6 1-4 cents; "New advertisements," 12 1-2 cents per line 
each insertion ; 2d page Special notices and special posi- 
tions 15 cents per line each insertion ; cuts double price ; 
Reading notices, 4th page 25 cents per line count ; Local 
notices 1st page 50 cents, leaded $1 per line each inser- 
tion. Weekly 12 1-2 cents per line each time. Solid curved 
cut^ required. Milk, near Washington street. 

Till' 1 . BOSTON POST, for more than half 
a century, has been recognized as the lead- 
ing Democratic daily of the East as well as 
the representative commercial and finan- 
cial paper of Boston. The large circulation 
of the Boston Post among all classes of 
business men andthc leading Democratic 
families, makes it one of the best and most 
effective advertising mediums in Boston. 
Sample copies and advertising rates sent 
free. 

AMERICAN ARCHITECT AND BUILDING NEWS. 
Every Saturday. Architectural. Established 1876. 
James "R. Osgood & Co., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription $6 ; estimated circulation 300W ; 30 pages, 3 
columns : length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates furnished on application to 
publishers, or John F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, New 
York. 

AMERICAN CABINET-MAKER AND UPHOLS- 
TERER. Every Saturday. J. Henry Symonds, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $3.50 ; claimed circulation 
5000 ; 30 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 15 inches, 
width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per 
inch per month a 2 ; 1-4 page 10 per cent, 1 page 20 per 
cent discount ; last or reading pages $3 ; facing editorial 
page $2.50 per inch per month. 93 Water street. 

AMERICAN CULTIVATOR. Every Saturday. Ag- 
ricultural. Established 1839. Geo. B. James, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 
32,680; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 2i;i-4 inches, 
width $2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 3d and 7th 
pages, first 35 cents, subsequent insertions 30 cents per 
line; 8th page, first 40 cents, subsequent insertions 35 
cents per line ; cuts same prices ; Special notices 40 
cents ; Business notices 50 cents per line each time ; 
Reading matter notices 75 cents per line count, each in- 
sertion. Nothing, less than $2 first insertion. 259 Wash- 
ington street. 

Undoubtedly the leading Agricultural 
and Family paper in the country. Always 
gives good returns to advertisers of stand- 
ard goods. 

Advt. page 116. 

BANNER OF LIGHT. Every Thursday. Spiritualist. 
Established 1857. Luther Colby, editor. Colby & Rich, 



. v , , >_ ,- 

400; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns 19 inches, 
width 2 3-7 inches. Advertising rates, agate, first 20 
cents, subsequent insertions 15 cents per line ; 5th or 8th 
pages 20 cents per line each insertion ; Special notices. 40 
cents per line, minion ; editorial notices, large type lead- 
ed, 50 cents per line each insertion. No cuts inserted. 
Corner Bosworth and Prince streets. 
Advt. page 208. 

BEACON. -Every Saturday. Literary. Established 
1884. Howard M. Ticknor, editor. Cyrus A. Page, pub- 
lisher. Subscription $2.50; estimated circulation 5000; 
8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 



2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line 
each insertion ; cuts same price ; Special positions 25 to 
50 per cent extra, according to location. 295 Washington 
street. 

BOOT AND SHOE RECORDER. Every Wednesday. 
Commercial. Established 1879. Subscription $2.50 ; es- 
timated circulation 5000 ; 28 pages, 3 columns ; length of 
columns 10 1-4 inches, "width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50; subsequent inser- 
tions $1 ; 3 months $8 ; cuts same price. 105 Summer 
street. 

BUDGET. Every Sunday. Independent. Established 
1879. John W. Ryan, editor. Budget Publishing Co., 
proprietors. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 
15,420; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 6 lines $1 
each insertion ; 4 times 15 per cent, 2 months 25 t er 
cent, 6 months 33 1-3 per cent, 1 year 40 per cent deduc- 
tion ; cuts same price ; Reading notices 2"i cents ; Special 
notires 50 rents ; editorial notices $1 per line. 259 Wash- 
ington street. 

The largest circulation of any newspaper 
of its class published in New England. 
Advl.page 118. 

CATHOLIC HERALD. Every Thursday. Roman 
Catholic. Established 1880. Peter McCorry, editor D. 
O. Loughlin, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed cir- 
culation 10.000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 
21 1-4 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, per inch 1 time $1.50 ; subsequent insertions 
$1 ; cuts same price. 628 and 630 Washington street. 

CHRISTIAN LEADER. Every Thursday. Universal- 
ist. Established 1819. George H. Emerson, D.D., edi- 
tor. Universalist Publishing House, Chas. Caverly, agent, 
publishers. Subscription $2.50 ; estimated circulation 
10,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 21 1-2 
inches, width 2 14 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 
time 12 cents ; 2 times 18 cents ; 3 times 23 cents ; 1 
month 28 cents per line ; cuts same price. 16 Bronifield 
street. 

CHRISTIAN REGISTER. Every Thursday. Uni- 
tarian. Established 1821. Rev. S. J. Barrows, editor. 
Christian Register Association, publishers. Geo. H. El- 
lis, business agent. Subscription $3 ; claimed circula- 
tion 8000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 3-8 
inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 10 
cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price; Busi- 
ness notices 20 cents per line. Discounts : 4 times 10 p<r 
cent, 8 times 15 per cent, 13 times 25 per cent, 26 times 
30 per cent, 1 year 35 per cent. 141 Franklin street. 

COMMERCIAL BULLETIN. Every Saturday. Com- 
mercial. Established 1858. Curtis Guild & Co., editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $4 ; claimed circulation 
15,000 ; 4 pages, 10 columns ; length of columns 29 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-4 inche-n. Advertising rates, agate, 6 
lines $1 each insertion ; each 3 months $10. No cuts in- 
serted. 275 Washington street. 

Advt. page 80. 

CONGREGATIONALISM Every Thursday. Congre- 
gational. Established 1816. Rev. H. M. Dexter, D.D., 
editor. W. L. Greene & Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$3 ; claimed circulation 23,800; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length 
of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-12 Inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 25 cents per line each insertion; cuts fame 
price ; Business notices 30 cents per line per time. Dis- 
counts: $25 li 1 per cent; $50 15 per cent; $75 20 per cent ; 
$100 25 per cent; $250 30 per cent; $400 33 1-3 per cent; 
Reading notices, leaded, p )0 cents per line per time, with- 
out discount. Corner Beacon and Somerset streets. 

COTTON, WOOL AND IRON. Every Saturday. 
Manufacturing and mechanical. Established 1872. Jos. 
M. Wade, editor. Journal of Commerce Publishing Co., 
publishers. Subscription $3; sworn circulation. 10,000: 16 
pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 17 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1-2 inch, first in- 
sertion $1.25, subsequent insertion $1; 3 months $12; 6 
months $22; I'ye&r $40; cuts same price; on pages 1, 4. 5, 
and 8 25 per cent additional; solid cuts required. 128 
Purchase street. 

COURIER. Every Sunday. Independent. Established 
1824. Joseph F. Travers, publisher. Subscription $2.50; 
claimed circulation 16,000; 6 pages, 9 columns; length of 
columns 31 inches, width 2 5-12 inches. Advertising rates, 



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CIRCULATION, 47,000 COPIES WEEKLY. 



" Taggarts' Sunday Times" has the Largest Circulation of any Sunday 
Newspaper, or Sunday Edition of any Daily Paper, in Philadelphia, Without 
any Exception. Its Advantages as an Advertising Medium are Unequalled. 

Its House Circulation Far Exceeds that of any Other Paper, Daily or Weekly, 
Issued on Sundays, in Philadelphia. 



ADVERTISING RATES, PER LINE, EACH INSERTION: 

Ordinary Cards, 12K cents; EF" Special Notices, 20 cents ; Local Notices, 25 and 50 cents; 
Local Luncheon (leaded), 50 cents. No commissions paid to advertising agents. 



PUBLICATION OFFICE, 



819 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa 



Established 1863. 



Ill Farm ill Garden. 



THE BEST AGRICULTURAL MONTHLY. 



CIRCULATION DURING 1884, 

7O,000 EACH MONTH. 

Special Edition for January, 1885, 500,000 Copies, 

For Advertising Rates, apply to 

CHILD BROS. & CO., Publishers, 

418, 42O, 422 Library Street, 

PHILADELPHIA, PA., 

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agate, 6 lines each insertion $1 ; cute same price; Special 
notices 20 cents per line each insertion; City notices 25 
cents; Reading notices 50 cents; Editorial notices $1. 299 
Washington street. 

Advt. page 98. 

GOLDEN RULE. Every Saturday. Independent. Es- 
tablished 187i). Rev. F. H. Kasson, editor S. A. Tucker, 
publisher. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 8500; 
8 panes, 6 columns; length of columns 520 inches, width 
2 1-0 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 inch $1.50 each 
insertion; cuts t-ame price. 25 Congress street. 

HOME CIRCLE. Every Saturday. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1869. F. Gleason & Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription 2; estimated circulation 20,000; 8 pnges, 5 
columns ; length of column* 18 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per line each inser- 
tion ; cuts same price. 46 Summer street. 

HOME JOURNAL. Every Saturday. Society. Es- 
tablished 1846. Samuel T. Cobb, editor. Samuel T. 
Cobb & Co., proprietors. Subscription $2.50; claimed 
circulation 6700; 4 pages, 9 columns; lengih of columns 
28 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 1 time 15 cents per line, subsequent insertions 8 
cents; cuts same price; Special notices 25 cents.; among 
Society news si per line. 48 Canal street. 

INVESTIGATOR. Every Wednesday. Free thought. 
Established 1831. Horace Seaver. editor. J. P. Mendum, 
proprietor. Subscription $3 ; claimed circulation 5000; 8 
pages. 5 columns; length of columns 18 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time 15 
cents, subsequent insertions 12 cents per line ; cuts same 
price ; Business notices 20 cents ; Reading notices 50 cents 
per line. Paine Memorial Building. Appleton street. 

JOURNAL OF EDUCATION. Every Thursday. Edu- 
cational. Established 1875. Thomas W. Bicknell, editor. 
New England Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$3 ; estimated circulation 20,000 ; 16 pages, 3 columns ; 
length of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, per line each insertion 12 1-2 cents: 
last page 18 cents ; 1st page 20 cents : Special notices 30 
cents ; no extra charge for cuts. 16 Hawley street. 
Advt. page 380. 

LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.-Every Saturday. Literary. 
Established 1844. Littell & Co , editors and proprietors. 
Subscription $8; estimated circulation 10,000 : 76 pages, 2 
columns ; length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents per line each inser- 
tion; cuts same price. 31 Bedford street. 

MANUFACTURERS' GAZETTE. Every Saturday. 
Mechanical. Illustrated. Established 1880. Thos. Bray, 
editor. Manufacturers' Gazette Company, publishers. 
Subscription $3; claimed circulation 7230: 16 pages, 4 
columns : length of columns 14 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line each 
insertion: 1 inch 1 year $70 ; cuts same price. 259 
Washington street. 

The only medium In the country special- 
ly devoted to cotton spinners and Steam 
user. Invaluable to advertisers of these 
specialties or any kind of machinery. 

Advt. page 116. 

MASSACHUSETTS PLOUGHMAN. Every Saturday. 
Agricultural. Established 1841. Geo. Noyes, editor. 
Geo. Noyes Ploughman Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$2.50 ; estimated circulation 10,00u ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; 
length of columns 27 1-2 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 8 lines 1 time $1 ; subsequent 
insertions 50 cents; 3 months $6; 6 months $10 ; cuts 
same price. 45 Milk street. 

NEW ENGLAND FARMER. Every Saturday. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1822. Darling & Keith, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $2.15 ; e-timated circula- 
tion 11,001) ; 4 pases, 8 columns ; length of columns 27 1-2 
inches, width 2 2-7 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 time 12 cents, subsequent insertions 8 cents per line; 
cuts same price ; Business notices 1 time 15 cents, subse- 
quent insertions 12 cents per line ; Reading notices 50 
cents per line. 34 Merchants row. 

PANSY. Every Saturday. Illustrated. Juvenile. 
Established :873. Mrs. G. R. Alden, editor. D. Loih- 
rop & Co., propiietors. Subscription 75 cents; claimed 
circulation 20.000; 8 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 
f) inches, width 21-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 



pareil, lline 75 cents; 1 inch $7.50; 1-4 page $25: 1-2 
page $40; 1 page $75. Discounts for 3 months or longer; 
Cuts same price. Also issue a monthly edition. Subscrip- 
tion 75 cents. 30 and 32 Franklin street. 
Advt. page 262. 

PILOT. Every Tuesday. Roman Catholic. Estab- 
lished 1830. John Boyle O'Reilly, editor. Pilot Pub- 
lishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2.65; claimed 
circulation 66., 500; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 
21 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
first 20 cents, subsequent insertions 16 cents per line; 
8th page 25 per cent, 6th page 50 per cent, 5th page 100 
per cent additional; cuts same price. Business notices 
3) to 75 cents per line according to location. Discounts: 
6 times 10 per ci-nt; 3 months 15 per ctnt. if over 1-2 
column 25 per cent; 6 months 25 per cent, if over 1-2 
column 33 1-3 per cent; 1 year, 33 1-3 per cent, if over 1-2 
column 50 per cent. 597 Washington street. 

The largest Catholic Circulation In the 
World. 

Advt. page 130. 

REPUBLIC. Every Wednesday. Democratic Catholic. 
Established 1882. Patrick Maguire, editor. The Re- 
public Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2.50; 
claimed circulation 22,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns 21 3-8 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, per line, 1st, page first insertion 25 cents; 
subsequent insertions 20 cents; 6th or 8th page, first 20 
cents, subsequent insertions 15 cents; 7th page, first 15 
cents, subsequent insertions 12 cents; cuts same price. 
Business notices, according to location 25 to EO cents per 
line. Discounts: for 3 months 15 per cent, 6 months 25 
per cent, 1 year 33 1-3 per cent. 243 Washington street. 
Advt. page 232. 

SATURDAY EVENING EXPRESS. Every Saturday. 
Democratic. Established 1857. Frederick Mahoney, 
editor. Express Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $3; claimed circulation 10.000; 4 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns 25 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate. 7 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 
months $7, 6 months $13, 1 year $25; cuts same price. 
Special notices 30 cents; Reading notices 36 cents per 
line. 3 Court avenue. 

Advt. page 214. 

SATURDAY EVENING GAZETTE. Every Satur- 
day. Established 1813. Henry G. Parker, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $3.50; estimated circulation 
7500; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of columns 29 1-2 inches, 
width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rat< s, agate, C lines $1 
each insertion, 3 months $10; cuts tame price. 2 Brom- 
field street. 

SATURDAY TIMES. Every Saturday. Indepen- 
dent. Established 1864. H. Irving Dillenback, editor. 
Davis & Dillenback, proprietors. Subscription $2; 
claimed circulation 5000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 8 lines, first $1, subsequent insertions 50 cents, 
6 months $10, 1 year $20; cuts same price. 20 Hawley 
street. 

Advt. page 214. 

SOUTH BOSTON INQUIRER. Every Saturday. 
Established 1871. F. C. Floyd, editor. Inquirer Pub- 
lishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2; estimated 
circulation 6000 ; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of columns 
28 inches, widlh 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $1; subsequent insertions 50 cents, 
3 months $7; cuts same price. Business notices 10 cents ; 
Reading notices 25 cents per line each iLsertiou. 37(i 
Broadway. 

WATCHMAN. Every Thursday. Baptist, Estab- 
lished 1819. John W. Olmstead, editor. The Watchman 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2.50; claimed 
circulation 17,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of col- 
umns 22 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Rates of advertising, 
per agate line, first 25 cents, 20 cents for subsequent, 
insertions; cuts same price. Business notices, first 30 
cents, 25 cents for subsequent insertions. Discounts: 10 
per cent on $25; 20 per cent on $60; 25 per cent on J75; 
30 per cent on #100; 35 per cent on $250; 40 per cent on 
$400. Tremont Temple. 

WAVERLEY MAGAZINE. Every Saturday. Estab- 
lished 1850. Moses A. Dow, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $4; estimated circulation 25,000; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns 13 3-8 inches, width 2 2-7 
inches. Advertising rates, agate 50 cents per line each 
insertion; cuts same price. 



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A WEEKLY ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL FOR THE FARM AND THE HOME. 

Average Circulation 32,680 Weekly. 

The best Advertising Medium in America. Pfitronized by all Shreivd and 
Experienced Advertisers. Gives Immediate Returns for Cash 
Outlays. In the 47th Year of Continuous and Success- 
ful Publication. Has the Esteem, Respect, 
and Confidence of its Patrons. 



IS READ WEEKLY BY 25O,OOO PEOPLE. 

ADVERTISING RATES LOW IN PROPORTION TO CIRCULATION. 

SOLICITS CORRESPONDENCE .A.ND SENDS SPECIMENS FREE. 

ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO 

GEO, B, JAMES, Publisher, 259 Washington St., Boston, Mass, 




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AND STEAM-USER. 
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY. 

Devoted Mainly to the Interests of Cotton-Spinners and Steam-Users, 

EDITED BY PRACTICAL, MEN". 

HAS AN IMMENSE CIRCULATION AMONG MANUFACTURERS, ENGINEERS, AND STEAM- 
USERS EVERYWHERE. CIRCULATES LARGELV IN THE SOUTH. 

THOMAS PRAY, Jr., ) EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 

AND 

31 Milk Street, Boom 50, Boston. ) GENERAL MANAGER- 



Specimen copies sent free on application. Advertising rates very rea- 
sonable, character and quality of circulation considered. 

Address 

Manufacturers' Gazette Publishing Co, 

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WOMAN'S JOURNAL. Every Saturday. Established 
1870. Lucy Stone, editor. Susan C. Vogel, business 
manager. Subscription $2.50; estimated circulation 
7000; 8 pages, 5 columns; lenth of columns 17 3-4 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches'. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per 
inch. 1 time $1.50, 1 month |4, 3 months $8; cuts same 
price. 5 Park street. 

YANKEE BLADE. Every Saturday. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1841. Davis and Dillenback, editors ana proprie- 
tors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 7500; 8 panes, 
t> columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 8 lines 1 time $1; 
subsequent insertions 50 cents; 6 mouths $10, 1 year $20; 
cuts same price. 20 Hawley street. 
Advt. page 214. 

YOUTHS' COMPANION. Every Thursday. Juvenile. 
Illustrated. Established 1827. Perry Mason & Co., 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $1.75; claimed 
circulation 340,000; 8 pages, 4 columns; length of col- 
umns 14 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, $2.25 per line. Discounts: 50 lines 5 per 
cent; 100 lines 10 per cent; 200 lines 12 1-2 per cent; 300 
lines 15 per cent; 500 lines 20 per cent; 1000 lines 25 
per cent; no extra charge for cuts. Double columns 10 
per cent extra. Special notices, leaded, $4 per line 
count; 5 lines or less Special notices or ordinary charged 

1 line extra. 41 Temple place. 

The Companion Is a National Family 
Paper. It covers the whole United States, 
and Is read by two millions of people each 
week. Advertisers are Invited to send lor 
the Companion Map of circulation, which 
shows by actual count the number of sub- 
scribers in each State and Territory. 

ZION'S HERALD. Every Wednesday. Methodist. 
Established 1883. Rev. B. K. Peirce, D.D., editor. 
Alonzo S. Weed, publisher. Subscription $2.50; claimed 
circulation 15,300 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of col- 
umns 20 inches, widtn 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 20 cents per line each insertion. Discounts : $20, 10 
per cent; $40, 15 per cent; $60, 20 per cent ; $75, 25 per 
cent; $100, 30 per cent; cms inserted by special arrange- 
ments. Nothing taken for less than $1. 36 Bromlield 
street. 

CHRISTIAN WITNESS AND ADVOCATE OP BI- 
BLE HOLINESS. 1st and 15th of each month. Metho- 
dist. Established 1870. Rev. Wm. McDonald, editor. 
McDonald & Gill, proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed 
circulation 8000 ; 8 pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 
16 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
per line each insertion 12 cents; 3 months 9 cenis; 6 
inont-lis 8 cents ; 1 year 6 cents ; cuts same price Read- 
ing notices 50 per cent additional. 36 Bromfield street. 

AMERICAN TEACHER. -Monthly. Educational. 
Established 1877. Thomas W. Bicknell, editor. New 
Kngland Publishing Co , proprietors. Subscription $1 ; 
estimated circulation 30,000 ; 32 pages, 2 columns ; length 
of columns 9 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 35 cents per line ; per inch $2.75 each inser- 
tion. Yearly orders 10 per cent discount ; cuts same 
price ; Special reading notice 40 cents per line. 16 Haw- 
ley street. 

Advt. page 380. 

ATLANTIC MONTHLY. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1858. Iloughton, Mifllin & Co., editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription $4 ; estimated circulation 22,000 ; 172 
pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 8 inches, width 

2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 75 cents per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price. 4 Park street. 

Advt. page 34. 

BABYLAND. Monthly. Juvenile. Illustrated. Es- 
tablished 1877. Chas. Stuart Pratt and Mrs. Ella P. Pratt, 
editors. D. Lothrop & Co., proprietors. Subscription 
50 cents; claimed circulation 20,000; 16 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns B inches, width 3 inches. Advertising 
rate-, nonpareil, 1 line 75 cents; 1 inch $7.50; 1-4 page 
$25; 1-2 pagi> $40; 1 page $75 each insertion. Discount 
on 3 months or longer ; cuts same price. 30 and 32 
Franklin street. 

Advt. page 262. 

BALLOU'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1855. Thomes & Talbot, editors and proprie- 
tors- Subscription $1.50; estimated circulation 28,000; 



100 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 8 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1 per 
line each insertion; cuts same price. 23 Hawley street. 
Advt. page 34. 

BAPTIST MISSIONARY MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Baptist. Established 1803. Rev. J. N. Mnrdock, editor. 
W. G. Corthell. proprietor. Subscription $1.10; claimed 
circulation 9000; 32 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 
7 1-2 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil each insertion 1-8 page $5; 1-4 page $9; 1 page 
$30; last page of cover $40. Discount : 5 per cent on 6 
months; 10 per cent 1 year. Tremont Temple. 

BAY STATE MONTHLY. Monthly. Historical. Es- 
tablished 1884. T. W. Bicknell & J. N. McClintock, edi- 
tors. Bicknell, McClintock & Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription $3; claimed circulation 5000; 74 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-4 page 1 time $7; 1 page 
$25; 1 page 1 year $200; cuts same price. 16 Hawley 
street. 

BOWDITCH'S AMERICAN FLORIST AND FARMER. 
Monthly. Floriculture. Established 1881. W. E. Bow- 
ditch, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1; claimed 
circulation 7500; 32 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 8 
inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
per inch, first insertion $2; subsequent insertions $1. 
615 Warren street. 

CONTRIBUTOR Monthly. Evangelical. Estab- 
lished 1872. James H. Earle, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1: estimated circulation 9060; 16 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents per line each inser- 
tion. 178 Washington street. 

COTTAGE HEARTH. Monthly. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1874. Cottage Hearth Co., editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription $1.50; sworn circulation 20,000; 36 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns 9 1-2 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 40 cents per 
line; pages facing reading and outside cover 50 cents per 
line each insertion; cuts same price. 11 Bromfleld 
street. 

THE; COTTAGE HEARTH, established 

1874, reaches 2O,OOO families who have 
money and can buy anything they want 
and see advertised. 

DONAHOE'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Catholic. Es- 
tablished 1879. Patrick Donahoe, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2; claimed circulation 6000; 96 pages, 2 col- 
umns; length of columns 71-4 inches, width 2 1$>. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 1-8 column 1 time $3; 3 months 
$8.50; 6 months.. $15; 1 year $25; 1-2 column 3 months 
$24; 1 year $64; 1 page 1 year $210; cuts same price; 3d 
page cover 1-2; outside page cover 3-4 additional. 21 
Boylston street. 

FOLIO. Monthly. Musical. Established 1870. Earl 
Marble, editor. White, Smith & Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription $1.60; claimed circulation 11,OUO; 60 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-4 column 1 time $5; 2 
times $9; 3 times $12.75; 1-2 column 1 time $8; 3 times 
$20.40; cuts same price; Specialj positions 1-4 extra. 81 
Milk street. 

GLEASON'S COMPANION. Monthly. Literary. Il- 
lustrated. Established 1872. F. Gleason & Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $1; estimated circulation 10,- 
00' ; 52 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 8 inches, 
width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 
cents per line each insertion; cnt same price. 46 Sum- 
mer street. 

Advt. page 34. 

GOOD TIMES. Monthly. Juvenile. S. H. Marvel, 
editor. Good Times Publishing Co.. proprietors. Sub- 
scription $1; sworn circulation 20.000; 24 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns 9 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line each insertion ; 
cuts same price. 16 Hawley street. 
Advt. page 68. 

HOUSEHOLD COMPANION. Monthly. Illustrated. 
Domestic. Established 1879. Geo. B. James, pub- 
lisher. Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 13.000; K6 
| pages, 3 columns; length of columns 10 inches, width 
! 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate. 25 cents; latt 



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AVERAGE CIRCULATION, 15,420. 

This Bright and Newsy Sheet reaches the Best Families in Boston 

and New England. 

An Indispensable Medium for Advertising Fine Goods. 

A Specialty of Hotel News and Hotel Advertising. 
A Clean, Pure, Spicy, Brilliant Paper. 

Full of Valuable Information and Choice Literary Matter. 
Special Cable and Domestic Despatches. 
A Strong Metropolitan Department. 

Invaluable to all who wish to reach the Best Customers 



Specimen Copies sent free on application to 



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AN ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE FOR 
THE HOME CIRCLE. 

AVERAGE CIRCULATION, 13,000. 

Specially Devoted to Music, Fashions, and Styles; Household Topics, Domestic Hinti> 
Poetry and Current Literature ; also Horticultural Matters. 

HANDSOME COLORED COVERS. 

Circulates in Twenty-eight Different States, 

One of the Most Popular Monthlies in America. 

Advertising Rates Low, in Proportion to Circulat : on. 

The Best Medium for Introducing Household Goods. 



Specimen Copies sent free to Advertisers on application to 

OEO. B. JAMKS, 

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cover page 35 cents per line each insertion; cuts same 
price; Reading notices 50 cents per line. Nothing less 
than $1 flrst insertion. 259 Washington street. 

One of tlic best mediums In America for 

reaching the homos of tlie people. Circu- 

lates umoiig the well-to-do classes who 

have money to spend for standard goods. 

Advt.page 118. 

INVENTORS' AND MANUFACTURERS 1 GAZETTE 

Monthly. Mechanical. Established 1806. Chas. J 
Smith, editor and proprietor. Subscription 50 cents: 
claimed circulation 2400; 8 pages, 5 columns; length ot 
columns 11 1-) inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 25 cents per line; cuts same price. 1J 
Kil by street. 

POPULAR SCIENCE NEWS AND JOURNAL OP 
CHEMISTRY. Monthly. Scientiiic. Established 1866. 
Dr. Jas. R. Nichols, editor. Popular Science News Co., 
proprietors. Subscription $1; claimed circulation 7500; 
24 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 101-2 inches, 
width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time $2.50; 3 times $r; 6 times $13; 1 year f85; 2 inches 3 
times $12.50; 1 year $40; 1 column 1 year $1.75; cuts same 
price; Outside pages and next to reauiug matter 1-4 more. 
19 Pearl street. 

KENDALL'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY. Literary. 
Established 1881. Henry A. Kidder, editor. Kendall & 
(Jo., proprietors. Subscription $1; claimed circulation 
30,000; 32 pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 9 1-4 in- 
ches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 25 
c nts per line each insertion. 5 Pemberton square. 
Advt. page 280. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR REPORTER. Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1875. J. A. Cummings, editor. J. A. Cum- 
mings & Co., proprietors. Subscription 50 cents; claimed 
circulation 15,400; 8 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
15 inches, width 23-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 20 cents per line; per inch 1 time $2; 3 times $5; 6 
tunes $9; 1 year $16; cuts same price. 252 Washington 
street. 

Published in the interests of the Knights 
of Honor, a society numbering over 14O,- 
OOO members. Goes to all sections, and 
has the largest circulation of any fraternal 
society paper in the country. 

MATRIMONIAL TIMES. Monthly. Established 1878. 
E. Morse, editor. E. Morse & Co.. proprietors. Sub- 
scription 50 cents; claimed circulation 2500; 8 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line 1 time 15 cents ; 3 
times 35 cents; 6 times 60 cents; 1 year 96 cents; cuts 
same price. 89 Court street. 

MISSIONARY HERALD. Monthly. Congregational. 
Established 1804. E. E. Scrong, D.D., editor. Charles 
Hutching publisher. Subscription $1; claimed circula- 
tion 30,000; 52 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 8 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1-8 page $15; 1-4 page $25; 1-2 page $45 ; 1 page $75 each 
insertion; cuts same price. Facing reading: facing 3d 
page cover or on 3d page of cover 20 per cent additional. 
1 Somerset street. 

MUSICAL HERALD. Monthly. Musical. Estab- 
lished 1848. E. Tourjse, managing editor. Musical Her- 
ald Co., proprietors. Subscription $1; estimated circula- 
tion 8500; 36 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 9 in- 
ches, width 3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per 
line 20 cents ; per inch $2; 1 column $16; cuts same price. 
Franklin square. 

OUR LITTLE MEN AND WOMEN. Monthly. Ju- 
venile. Illustrated. Established 1880. Francis Hum- 
phrey, editor. D. Lothrop & Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $1; claimed circulation 15,000; 24 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil. 1 line 75 cents; 1 inch $7.50; 1-4 
page $15; 1-2 page $40; 1 page $75 each insertion; cuts 
same price. Discount on 3 months or longer. 30 and 32 
Franklin street. 

Advt. 



OUR LITTLE ONES AND THE NURSERY. 
Monthly. Juvenile. Illustrated. Established 1880. 
Win. T. Adams, editor. Russell Publishing Co., propri- 
etors. Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 30,000; 40 
pages, 2 columns; length of columns 8 1-3 inches, width 



2 3-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, each insertion, 
per Hue 40 cents; 1 inch $5; 1-4 page $20; 1-2 page $35; 
1 page $60; cuts same price. Discount on 3 months or 
longer. 36 Bromfield street. 

OUTING AND THE WHEELMAN.-Monthly. Out- 
door sports. Established 1882. The Wheelman Co., ed- 
itors and proprietors. Subscription $2; estimated circu- 
lation 5200; 102 pages. 2 columns; length of columns 8 
inches, widtn 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
25 cents per Hue each insertion; cuts same price. 175 
Tremont street. 

PEOPLE'S FIRESIDE JOURNAL. Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1877. A. P. Smith, editor. People's Publish- 
ing Co., proprietors. Subscription $1; estimated circu- 
lation 13,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 19 in- 
ches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
15 cents per line each insertion; cuts same price. 409 
Washington street. 

Agents wanted. Large cash commis- 
sions paid. People subscribe at sight. 

RICHARDSON'S MUSICAL HOURS. Monthly. Mu- 
sical. Established 1876. George W. Richardson, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $1; claimed circulation 
5000; 27 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 10 inches, 
width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents 
per line each insertion; cuts same price. 146 Franklin 
street. 

Advertisements inserted in this maga- 
zine are placed on pages facing the music. 
As the latter is constantly being played or 
sung, the permanent value offltCtklCAii 
HOURS will be readily seen. The circu- 
lation, which extends to every .Mate in 
the Union, is principally among ladies. 

SOCIAL VISITOR MAGAZINE.-Monthly. Literary. 
Established 1S71. Harry Hazel, editor. (;. H. W. Bates 
& Co., proprietors. Subscription $1; claimed circulation 
35,000 ; 32 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 9 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate. 25 Ci'iits per 
line each insertion; cuts same price. Post-office box 3139. 
Advt. page 264. 

TOWN AND COUNTRY MUSICIAN.-Monthly. Es- 
tablished 1879. Edward A. Samuels, editor and proprie- 
tor. Subscription 50 cents; claimed circulation 8000; 16 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns 12 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1 per inch 
each insertion. Cuts same price. 25 Congress street. 

UNITED STATES OFFICIAL POSTAL GUIDE. 
Monthly. Established 1874. Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $1.50; estimated 
circulation 50,000; 72 to 800 pages or more, 2 columns; 
length of columns 7 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, per line 60 cents, 1-8 page $12, 1-4 
page $20, 1-2 page $37.50, 1 page $75 each insertion; dis- 
counts. 3 months 10 per cent; 6 months 15 per cent; 1 year 
25 per cent. Cuts same price. 4 Park street. 

WIDE AWAKE. Monthly. Juvenile. Illustrated. 
Literary. Established 1875. Charles Stuart Pratt and 
Mrs. Ella F. Pratt, editors. D. 'Lothrop & Co. proprie- 
tors. Subscription $3 ; claimed circulation 20,000 ; 98 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns 8 inches, width 3 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per insertion per 
"ine $1, 1 inch $10, 1-4 page $35, 1-2 page $60, 1 page $100; 
cuts same price. These rates are for wide columns (2 to 
a page), spcci.il rates given on columns 3 to a page. Third 
cover and pages facing cover and reading, 1-4 page $40, 
1-2 page $70, 1 page $125 each insertion; discounts on 3 
months or longer. 30 and 32 Franklin street. 
Advi. page 262. 

EDUCATION. Every other month. Education. Es- 
tablished 1880. Thomas W. Bicknell, editor. New Eng- 
land Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $4 ; 
claimed circulation 2000; 112 pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising 
ates, agate, 15 ceuis per line; per inch $2 each insertion; 
I inch 1 year $15 : cuts same price; Special notices 20 
cents per Hue. 16 Hawley street. 

Advt. page 380. 

FALL RIVER. 

EVENING NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Established, 
laily 1859, weekly 1845. Almy & Milne, editors and pro- 



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prietori". Subscription, daily $6 ; estimated circulation 
4000 ; weekly $2 ; estimated circulation 2000; 4 pages, 9 
columns; length of columns 24 1-2 inches (weekly 25 8-4 
inches), width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily, i inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2, 1 month $5, 3 
months $10, 1 year $25; cuts same price; Weekly, 1 inch 
1 time 75 ceuts, 1 month $2, 3 months $4, 1 year f 12. 

GLOUCESTER. 

CAPE ANN ADVERTISER. Every Friday. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1856. Procter Brothers, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $2. 65; claimed circulation 
4200; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 2ti inches, 
width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 
1 time 75 cents, 1 mouth $1.50, 3 months $3.75, 6 months 
$6.60, 1 year $11; 1 inch 1 time $1.25, 1 month $2.50, 3 
months $6.86; 1 year $18.38; 4 inches 3 months $21.25, 1 
year $61.80; 1 column 1 year $290; cuts same price; Spe- 
cial notices and double columns 1-2 more ; Business 
notices 38 cents per line. 

GREENFIELD. 

GAZETTE AND COURIER. Every Monday. Repub- 
lic in. Established 1793. E. A. Hall, editor and proprie- 
tor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 5000; 4 pages, 
9 columns; length of columns 26 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time $1, 

1 month $2.50, 3 months $5, 6 months $9, 1 year $15; cuts 
same price; Special notices and inside page* 25 per cent 
extra; Notices in reading columns 20 cents per line each 
insertion. 

- GOOD CHEER Monthly. Literary. Established 1882. 
Mrs. Kate Upson Clark, editor. H. D. Watsou, proprietor. 
Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 80,OuO ; 16 
pages. 4 columns; length of columns 12 1-4 inches, width 

2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents per line 
each insertion; cuts same price. 

Advt. page 156. 




LAWRENCE. 

AMERICAN. Every day except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY, Fridays. Republican. Established, daily 1864, weekly 
1856. George S. Merrill, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $6; sworn circulation 140; weekly $i; sworn 
circulation 3370; 4 pages. 8 columns (weekly 9 columns); 
length of columns, daily 21 inches, weekly 26 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 
inch 1 week $2, 1 month $3, 3 months $6, 1 year $15; 3 
inches* 1 week J4, 1 month $6, 3 months $10, 1 year $30; 
1 column 1 week $15, 1 montu $25, 3 months $55, 1 year 
$200; Weekly, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2, 3 months $4, 
1 year $14; 1 column 1 time $15, 1 month $_30, 3 months 
$70, 1 year $250; cuts same -price. No special positions. 
Business notices 1 month daily 5 cents per hue; weekly 1 
month 8 cents each insertion. 

The recognized leading gpapers; largest 
ell-filiation in tlie city. 

LOWELL. 

COURIER. Every evening except Sunday, and 
JOURNAL, Fridays. Republican. Established, daily 
1845, weekly 1825. Marden & Rowell, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $6 ; claimed circulation 
2400 ; weekly $1.50 ; claimed circulation 2500 ; 8 pages, 6 
columns (weekly 7 columns); length of columns 171-4 
inches (weekly 21 1-2 inches), widtti 2 1-8 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, daily 1-2 inch 1 time 50 cents; 1 
month $3.50 ; 3 months $6 ; 1 year $12: 1 inch 1 time 
75 cents ; 1 week $2 ; 1 month $5 ; 3 months $9 ; 6 
months $12 ; 1 year $18. 6 inches $93 ; 1 column $250 
for 1 year ; cuts same price ; Special notices 20 per cent ; 
Local notices 33 per cent additional ; E. O. D. 3-4 ; 2 times 
a week 2-3 of daily monthly rates. Weekly 1-2 inch 1 
time 50 cents ; 1 month $2 ; 1 year $10 ; 1 inch 1 time $1; 
1 month $2.50; 3 months $6 ; 6 months $9 ; 1 year $12. 
5 inches $46 ; 1 column $175 lor 1 year. 

MORNING TIMES. Every morning except Sunday, 
and TIMES, Fridays. Democratic. Established 1872. 
Campbell & Hanscom, editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 



tion, daily $6; sworn circulation 3416; weekly $1.50; 
sworn circulation 720 ; daily 4 pages, 9 columns ; weekly 
8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 28 inches (weekly 
22 inches), width 2 inches. Advertising rates, daily, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents ; 1 week $2 ; 1 month $5 ; 3 
months $10; 6 months $15; 1 year $24. 3 inches $69 ; (i 
inches $120, 1 year, 1th paj/e, 1-4 ; 1st page 1-2 extra ; E. 
O. D. 2-3 ; 2 times a week 1-2 ; 1 time a week 1-3 daily 
monthly rates ; Reading notices 10 cents per line each 
insertion. Weekly 1 inch 1 time 75 cents ; 1 month $2 ; 
3 months $4 ; 1 year $12 ; 1 column 1 year $120. Daily 
and weekly 1-4 more than daily rates. 

THE TIMES has nearly double the cir- 
culation ol'aiiy other Daily printed in Mid- 
dlesex: County. 

Advt. page 310. 

VOX POPULL Every Wednesday and SATURDAY 
VOX POPULI, Saturdays. Independent. Established 
1844. John A. Goodwin, editor. Huse, Goodwin & Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, either edition $2 ; claimed 
circulation, Wednesday edition 2000 (Saturdays 450U); 4 
pages, 8 columns, Saturdays 6 pages, 9 columns ; length 
of columns 26 inches, width 2 14 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, for either paper, 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 
month $2.50 ; 3 months $6.50 ; 6 months $10 ; 1 year $15; 
1 1-2 inch 3-4 of inch price ; 1 year 3 inches $40; 6 inches 
I $60 ; 1 column $150 ; cuts same price, both editions 1-2 ; 

1 Special notices i-3 extra ; Reading notices, first 10 cents ; 
| subsequent insertions 5 cents per line. 

LYNN. 

BEE. Every evening except Sunday, and REPORTER, 
Fridays. Independent. Established, daily 1880, week- 
ly 1824. C. F. Smith, editor. The Bee Newspaper Co., 
publishers. Subscription, daily $3; claimed circulation 
6100 ; weekly $1.50 ; claimed circulation 1480 ; 4 pages 
(weekly 8 pages), 7 columns ; length of columns 201-2 
inches, width 2 1-16 inches. Advertising rales, nonpa- 
reil, daily 5 lines 1 time 50 cents ; 1 week $1.50 ; 1 month 
$2.75 ; 1 year $16.50 ; 10 lines 1 time $1 ; 1 week $2.35 ; 
1 month $1.40 ; 3 months $8.80 ; 1 year $27.50 ; 5 inches 
1 month $17.50 ; 3 months $51.50 ; 1 year $162 ; cuts same 
price ; Special positions 25 per cent extra ; Heading no- 
tices 20 cents per line. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1 ; 1 
mouth $1.75 ; 3 months $3 ; 1 year $9.50 ; 20 lines 1 year 
$18 ; 5 inches 3 months $15 ; 1 year $45. 

EVENING ITEM. Every evening except Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established ]877. J. L. Parker, editor. 
Hustings & Sons, proprietors. Subscription $3 ; claimed 
circulation 7uOO ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 
22 inched, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
5 lines 1 time 50 cents ; 1 week $1.50; 1 month $3.50; 3 
months $7 ; 6 months $10 ; 1 year $16 ; each inch 1 tune 
$1 ; 1 week $2.25 ; 1 month $5 ; 3 months $10 ; 6 months 
$18 ; 1 year $30 ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 2-3 ; 2 times 
a week 1-2 ; 1 time a week 1-3 daily monthly raies. 

NEW BEDFORD. 

EVENING STANDARD. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and REPUBLICAN STANDARD, Thursdays. Re- 
publican. Established 1850. E. Anthony & Sons, editor." 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $6 ; claimed circu- 
lation 3700 ; weekly $2 ; claimed circulation 3500 ; daily 
4 pages, 9 columns; weekly 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 24 inches (weekly 22 inches), width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, claily.nonpareil, 1 inch 1 lime 75 cents : 
1 week $2 ; 1 month $5 ; 3 mouths $10 ; 6 months $15 ; 1 
year $25 ; 1-2 inch 1 year $15. 3 inches $65; 6 inches 
$115 1 year; cuts same price ; Special notices 1-4 extra : 
K. O. D. 2-3 ; 2 times a week 1-2 ; 1 time a week 1-3 daily 
monthly rates ; Local notices per line 1 time 10 cents ; 'l 
month $1.25 ; 1 year $10. Wwekly 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 
month $2; 3 months $4; 6 months $7 ; 1 lyear $'2. 3 
inches $30 ; 1-2 column $85 1 year ; Local notices per 
line 1 lime 10 cents; 3 months 60 cents ; lyear $2. 

NORTHAMPTON. 

HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE. Every Saturday. Repub- 
lican. Established 1786. Henry S. Gere, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription $2.15 ; claimed circulation 3500 ; 4 
pages, 10 columns ; length of columns "i~ inches, width 

2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 
time $1 ; subsequent insertions 25 cents ; 1 year $12 ; cut* 
same price ; inside panes and Special notices 1-4 extra ; 
Editorial notices 15 cents per line. 



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SALEM. 

EVENING NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1880. Robert Damon, editor 
ana proprietor. Subscription $-2.50 ; estimated circula- 
tion 4000 ; 4 pages, 7 column:? ; length of columns 2 I 1-2 
inches, width 2 inche^. Advertising rates, nonpareil. 1 
juch 1 time 75 cents; 1 week $2: 1 month $5 ; 3 month.-* 
$10 ; 6 months $15 ; 1 year $25; 3 inches 3 months $20 : 
( months $30 : 1 year $50 ; cuts same price. 

PfRKSIDE FAVORITE. Monthly. Domestic. Es- 
tablished 1858. John P. Peabody, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 8000 ; 8 pages, 
ft columns : length or' columns 18 inches, width 2 1-0 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, per insertion 1 inch 
$2; 1-4 column $b; 1-2 column $10; 1 column $18 ; cuts 
same price; Notices 15 cents per agate line. 

SPRINGFIELD. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. Independent. 
Established 1880. O. J. & E. Bellamy, Mtitora and pro- 
prietor*. Subscription $3 ; claimed circulation 5800 ; 4 
pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 111 3-4 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising ratios, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
45 cents ; 1 week $1.50; 1 moutli $4.20 ; 3 months $12 ; ti 
months $24 ; 1 year $42; E. O. D. 1 month $2.75 ; 3 
months $7.20; 6 months $13; 1 year $25; cuts same price; 
Special notices 75 ee us ner inch: Local notices 15 cents 
per line; Solid cuts required. 

Add. pageStft. 

REPUBLICAN. Every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays. Independent. Established 1824. Samuel 
Bowles, editor mid publisher. Subscription, daily $9, 
claimed circulation 12,000; Sunday $2, claimed circula- 
tion 80(10; weekly $1.59, claimed circulation 5500; 8 
pages, fi columns; length of columns 19 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rnt<-s. nonpareil, daily 
5 ceiit-i per line each insertion; Special notices in lar^e 
type, 81 h page, 10 cents per line; 1 i ich 1 month (iu- 
diuling Sundays) $12, 3, months $20. 1 year $70; per line 
1 mont.i $1.20, 3 months $2.75, 1 year $7; 3 limes a week 
E. O. D. 1-2 daily monthly price ; Special notices 
double ; Business announcements 15 cents per line. 
Sunday 5 cents per line; lU'acluiir notices 15 cents per 
line. Weekly 10 ci-nts per line tac'.i insertion ; per inch 
1 month $4, 3 months 10, 1 year jyio; per Jii.o i-iUof 
price for 1 inch; Special notices and Business announce- 
ments M cents per line; no cuts inserted 




EVANGELIST. Every Saturday. Unsectarian. Estab- 
lished 1881. S. G. Otis, editor. S. G. Otis & Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription $1; estimated circulation 4500; 8 
pages, 4 columns; length of columns 13 inches, width 
x; 1-8 inches. Advertising rate*, nonpareil,! inch 1 time 
V5 cents, 1 month $2, 3 month-- $5, 6 months $9, 1 year 



$15; 1.4 columns months $11. 1 year $35; 1^ column 1 
year $117; cuts same price; Local' notices 10* cents per 
line, 1 month 20 cents. 

NEW ENGLAND HOMESTEAD. Every Thursday. 
Agricultural and Family. Established 18t>7. Edw. H. 
t helps, editor. Phelps Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $2 ; sworn circulation 20.275; 8 pages. 
columns; length of columns 191-2 inches, wirttli 21-8 
inches Advertising rates, per agate line. 15 cents each 
insertion; 500 lines used in 1 year 12 cents; 1000 lines 10 
cents; yearly advertising 10 cents; Special positions 1-2 
more: cuts except those in Farm advertising 1-2 more; 
no medical cuts; Heading notices, brevier, 50c-nt a ; 100 
lines 40 cents; Nonpareil reading notices, ltad< d 25 cents; 
100 lines 20 cents per line. 

For reach Ins the best Farm and Family 
Trade of New England tlic Homestead lias 
no superior. 

Advt. puge 152. 

DOMESTIC JOURNAL. Monthly. Unsectarian. 
Established 1879. S. G. Otis, editor. S. G. Otis & Co , 
proprietors. Subscription 50 cents: estimated circulation 
12,6uO; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of column 13 inches, 
wi.ith 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1.75, 3 times $4, 6 time^, $7. 1 year $12; 1-4 col- 
umn 3 times $10, 1 year $33; 1 column 1 year $100 ; cuts 
same price ; Local notices 20 cents per line each in- 
sertion. 

FARM AND HOME. Monthly. Agricultural and 
Family. Established 18SO. Edw. H. Phelps, editor. 
Phelp< Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription 50 
cenis; sworn circulation 35,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of column 12 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, per agate line, 30 cents each insertion ; 
no advertisement less than $1 each insertion ; 3<iO lines 
in one year 25 cents; special positions 1-2 more: cuts 
other than in Fa'rm advertising 1-2 more; no medical 
cuts; Reading notices in brevier $1 a line; nonpareil 
leaded 50 cents. 

Farm and Home has a national circula- 
tion \viiii subscribers at 4255 post-offices 
In 23 States. 

Advt. page 52. 



WORCESTER. 

EVENING GAZETTE. Every evening except Sun- 
day, an I JEG1S AND GAZETTE, Fridays. Indepen- 
dent Republican. Established, daily 1843, weekly 1801. 
C. H. Doe, editor. C. H. Doe & Co.", proprietors Sub- 
scription, daily $8, claimed circulation 6200; weekly 
$1.50, claimed circulation 1000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns 20 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time $1; subsequent in- 
sertions 50 cents, 1 month $7. 1 year $72; cuts same 
price; Readers 20 cents per line; standing notices 10 
cents. Weekly 1-6 of daily rates. 

SPY. Every morning except Sundav, and MASSA- 
CHUSETTS SPY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 
1770. John D. Baldwin, editor. J. I). Baldwin & Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $8, claimed circulation 
7500: weekly $2, claimed circu ation 4500; 4 pages, 9 
columns; length of columns 26 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily 8 lines 1 week $2, 2 weeks $3; 
per Inch 1 time $1, 1 week $3, 1 month $6.75, 3 months 
$13.50, 6 months $25, 1 year $50; Double column 1-4 
extra; City notices 15 cents, first; subsequent insertions 
10 cents per line; Local notices, 4th page 20 cenis pel- 
line each insertion; no cuts inserter! : Weekly per ii'C.h 
1 time $1; subsequent insertions 50 cents, 3 months, 
$6.25, 1 year $25. 



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MICHIGAN 



BATTLE r 1C KICK. 

GOOD HEALTHf Monthly. Health Reform. Estab- 
lished 1866. Dr. J. H. Kellogg, editor. Seventh Day 
Advent Publishing Association, proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $1; claimed circulation 4000; 32 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns 8 1-2 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. For 
advertising rates apply to Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 
Park row, New York. 



DETROIT. 

AUEND POST. Every evening except Sunday, and 
FAMILIEN BLOTTER. Wednesdays. German. Estab- 
lished, daily 1867, weekly 1855. August Marxhausen, 
editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $7, esti- 
mated circulation 4000; weekly $2.50, estimated circula- 
tion 6000: daily 4 pages, 8 columns; weekly 8 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns, daily 25 3-4 inches, weekly 
21 3-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 week $2, 1 month 
$5,3 months $10; 1 year $25; cuts same price; Weekly 
1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 month $5, 3 months $9, 1 year $24. 

KVENING NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and ECHO, Wednesdays, independent. Established 
1873. James E. Scripps, managing editor and publisher. 
Subscription $6; claimed circulation 36,700; 4 page*, 7 
columns; length of columns 21 inches, width 1 7-8 inches. 
Advertising rales, agate, daily per line let page 16 cents; 
other pages 12 cents; special locations 1-4 extra; cuts 
same price; Local notices 30 cents per line. Discounts: 
3 months 10 percent; 6 months 15 cents; 1 year 25 per 
cent. Weekly per line 1 time 12 cents; 1 month 40 cents; 
3 months $1; (i months $1.75; 1 year $3. 

FREE PRESS. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Sat- 
urdays. Democratic. Established 1826. Subscrption, 
daily $7; sworn circulation 15,436; weekly $1; sworn cir- 
culation 70,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 20 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Also issue a London, Eng., 
edition of 80,000. Advertising rates, agate, daily 1 inch 
1 time$l; 1 week $3.50; 1 month 10; 3 months $26:6 
months $47; 1 year $80; E.O.D. (3 times per week) 2-3; 
fc times a week 1-2 daily monthly rates; 1 time a week 1 
month $4; 3 months $10; 6 months $18; 1 year $30 per inch: 
cu ts same price ; 8th page 1-2 more; 1st page double; Special 
positions 1-4 extra; Local notices 1 time 20 cents; subse- 
quent insertions 15 cents per line. Weekly 40 cents per 
line each insertion. Nothing less than 3 lines. Special 
position 1-4 extra ; Discounts 5 to 33 1-3 per cent accord- 
ing to space and time; Local notices 50 cents; Reading 
notices 75 cents per line. J. J. Flynn, 3 Park row, New 
York, special agent. 

Advt. page 154. 

MICHIGAN VOLKSBLATT. Every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. German. Dem- 
ocratic. Established 1854. Math, Kramer, & Co., editors 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $6; estimated cir- 
culation 3000; weekly $2.50; estimated circulation 10,- 
000: 4 pages, 8 columns (weekly 10 columns); length of 
columns 25 1-2 inches (weekly 2S inches), width 2 1-5 in- 
ches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 10 lines 1 time 
75 cents; 1 week $2; 1 month $5; 3 months $10; 1 year 
$25: cuts same price. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1.50; 1 
month $6; 3 months $17; 1 year $48. 

POST AND TRIBUNE. Every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1834 Post and 
Tribune Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily 



I with Sundays $9; claimed circulation 10,200; weekly $1; 
claimed circulation 33,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns 21 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, nonpareil, inside pages, 1 inch 1 time$l; 2 times 
$1.50; 1 week $3; 1 month $8; 3 months $21 ; 6 months $40; 

1 year $60; E.O.D. 1 month or longer 2-3; 2 times a week 
1-2 daily rates: once a week 1 inch 4 times $4; 8 times 
$7; 3 months $9; 6 months $15: 1 year $26; 8th page 1-2 
more; let page double; cuts, double columns, and special 
positions 1-4 extra. No cuts on 1st page. Special no- 
tices 1 time 15 cents; subsequent insertions 10 cents 
per line; Business Items 20 cents; Reading matter no- 
tices 25 cents per line; Weekly, ordinary, 25 cents; 1st 
page 35 cents per line each insertion. Special notices, 
nonpareil, 30 cents; minion 40 cents per line. Discounts: 
3 months 5 per cent; 6 months 10 per cent; 9 momhs 15 
per cent; 1 year 25 per cent. 

Advt. page 284. 

TIMES. Every morning. Independent. Established 
1883. The Times Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $5: claimed circulation 6000; Sunday 
$1.50; claimed circulation 6800; 4 pages (Sunday 8 pages), 

7 columns; length of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 21-4 in- 
ches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, per inch 1 time 
$1 50; 2 times $2.80; 1 week $7; 2 weeks $12; 1 month $20; 

2 months $36; 3 months $50; 6 months $89; 9 months 
$122; 1 year $150.; cuts same price; Business notices 1 time 
20 cents ; subsequent insertions 15 cents per line; Read- 
ing notices 25 cents per line: Sunday 1 inch 1 time 
$1.50: 1 month $6; 2 months $11; 3 months $16; 6 months 
$30; 1 year $50. 

CHAFF. Every Saturday. Society and drama. Es- 
tablished 1881. Chester & Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription $2; estimated circulation 7000: 8 pages, 5 
columns; length of columns 17 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 in- 
ches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch $1.25; 1-4 col- 
umn $5 ; 1-2 column $10; 1 column $18 per time. Dis- 
counts for 1 month or longer; cuts same price. 

COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER AND MICHIGAN 
HOME JOURNAL. Every Friday. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1861. William E. Johnson, editor. Win. H. 
Burk, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; sworn circulation 
23,500; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 20 cents 
per line each insertion for less than i inch; 1 inch 1 
month $11.20; 3 months $27: 6 months $36: 1 year $50; 
2 inches 1 month $17; 3 months $43; 1 year $80; 6 inches 

1 month $40; 3 months $98; 1 year $185; cuts same price. 

Advt. page 356. 

MICHIGAN CATHOLIC. Every Thursday. Roman 
Catholic. Established 1872. Wm. ft. Hughes, editor und 
proprietor. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 5000; 

8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 20 1-2 inches, width 

2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time 1-2 1-2 
cents; 1 month 10 cents; 3 months 7 cents; 1 year 5 cents 
per line each insertion; cuts same price; Reading notices 
1-3 extra. 

MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.-Every Thurs- 
day. Methodist. Established 1874. J. M. Arnold and 
J. H. Potts, editors. Methodist Publishing Co., propri- 
etors. Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 7100; 8 
paee<, 6 columns: length of columns 20 inches, width 2 
1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time 121-2 
cents; 2 times or more 8 1-2 cents; 3 months 6 cents; 6 
months 5 cents; 1 year 4 cents per line each insertion; 
cuts tarns price; Reading notices 1-4 extra. 



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The LEADER is the newsiest and spiciest paper published in Pennsylvania, and is the only 
independent paper in Western Pennsylvania. It either attacks or defends all -questions that arise, 
without malice. 

It is one of the best advertising mediums in Pennsylvania. Its rates are fair and good for 
everybody, as no commissions are given to any person or persons. 

Published at No. 13i> Fifth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa., by the 



W. H. NEVIN, President. 



LEADER PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

JOS. T. NEVIN, Secretary and Treasurer. 



BUR'S PROGRESS 



Southwest cor. 7th & Chestnut Sis., 



PROGRESS circulates in every State and Territory, and in Europe. It is read by the bests' 
classes. It is a favorite alike in the business office and the parlor. It is sold oh the railroad 
trains and at the railroad stations. It is kept on file at the Clubs, Libraries, Hotels, and in the 
Reading-Rooms of the great retail shops. It is published Saturday of each week. 



included in the above rates. 
ADVERTISINGS 

J. W. FORNEY, 



$2.50 per year ; $1.25 for six months, in advance. Postage 
30 cents per line Agate measure. 



W. W. REITZEL, 



EDITOR. 



li USIXESS MANA G ER. 



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MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN HERALD. Every Thurs- 
day. Baptist. Established 1870. L. H. Trowbridge, ed- 
itor and proprietor. Subscription $2; claimed circula- 
tion 4500; 8 pages. 7 columns; length of columns 21 inch- 
es, width 21-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil,! 
inch 1 time 75 cents; 1 month $1.75; subsequent inser- 
tions 35 cents ; cuts same price. Special positions 1-4 
extra. 

Established In 18 TO. Tlie oldest, ablest 
and largest evangelical newspaper in 
Michigan. 

MICHIGAN FARMER AND STATE JOURNAL OF 
AGRICULTURE. Every Tuesday. Agricultural. Es- 
lublished 1809. Robert Gibbons, editor. Johnstone & 
Gibbons, proprietors. Subscription $1.50 ; estimated cir- 
culation 10,000; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 
2:i 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 time 15 cents; 2 times 25 cents ; 1 month 40 
cents; 3 months $1; 6 months $1.75 ; 1 year $3 per line ; 
5th and 8th pages 1 time 18 cents; 2 times 30 cents; 1 
month 50 cents; 3 months $1.25 ; 6 months $2 ; 1 year 
$3.50 per line; cuts same price ; special position 10 per 
cent extra. Special notices (leaded minion) 25 cents; 
Reading notices (.leaded brevier) 30 cents per line each 
insertion. 

WAYNE COUNTY COURIER.-Every Thursday. In- 
dependent. Established 1867. Edmund R. Dowdney, 
editor. W. J. H. Traynor, proprietor. Subscription $1; 
sworn circulation 9425; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of col- 
umns 20 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50; 1 month $4 ; 3 monihs 
$10 ; 6 months $16 ; 1 year $26 ; cuts same price. Local 
notices 20 cents per line. 

Is most emphatically the Farmer's Fam- 
ily Paper of Michigan, and has the fourth 
largest circulation of any weekly pub- 
llftiied In the state. 



EAST SAGINAW. 

COURIER. Every morning, except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. Established 1869. 
Ed. Cowles, editor. Courier Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $7, claimed circulation 2000; weekly $1, 
claimed circulation 1800 ; 8 pages, 6 columns (Sunday 7 
columns); length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, per inch 1 time $1 ; 1 
week $2.50; 1 month $3; 3 months $7; 1 year $25. 15 per 
cent discount on 10 inches or more ; cuts same price. 
E.O.D. 3-4 daily rate ; 1-2 inch 2-3 of inch price; Business 



locals 10 cents per line; 1 week 45 cents; 1 month 5 cents 
per line per day; Squibs 10 cents per line. Weekly, 1 
inch 1 time $1 ; 1 month $2.50 ; 3 months $3; 1 year $8. 

GRAND RAPIDS. 

EVENING LEADER. Every evening except Sunday, 
and LEADER, Wednesdays. Independent. Established 
1879. The Leader Co., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $6, claimed circulation 1900; weekly $1, 
claimed circulation 2000; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly 8 
columns); length of columns, daily 23 inches, weekly 25 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $3.25, 1 month $7.75; 
subsequent months 25 per cent less; Weekly 1-2 daily 
rates; cuts same price. 

MICHIGAN SCHOOL MODERATOR.-Every Thurs- 
day. Educational. Established 1879. N. H. Walbridge, 
editor. Walbridge & Palmiter, proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2; claimed circulation 2000; 20 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns 10 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1 ; subsequent in- 
sertions 50 cents; 3 months $5, 1 year $14; cuts same 
price. 

AGRICULTURAL WORLD AND MICHIGAN HOME- 
STEAD. First and 15th of each month. Agricultural. 
Established 1879. F. M. Carroll & Co., editors aud pro- 
prietors. Subscription 35 cents; estimated circulation 
10,000; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns 17 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
$4 per inch per month; cuts same price ; Special notices 
25 cents per line each insertion. 

MICHIGAN AKTIS AN.- -Monthly, Scientific, Estab- 
lished 1880. A. 8. White, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1; sworn circulation 6000; 50 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns 13 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 3 times $3.5(>, 
6 times $6, 1 year $10; 3 inches 1 year $20; cuts same 
price, 

SCHOOI^CRAFT, 

GRANGE VISITOR First and 15th of each month. 
Agricultural. Established 1875. J. T. Cobb, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription 50 cents; sworn circulation 
7706; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1, 1 month $1.75, $.3 months $5, 6 months $8, 1 year 
$14; 1-4 column 3 months $14, 1 year $40; 1 column 1 
year $100; cuts same price. 

The Grange Visitor, Schoolcraft, Michi- 
gan, an Independent semi-monthly Farm- 
ers' Paper. 



1 28 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & co:s 




THE LEADING EVENING PAPER OF BALTIMORE, 



Circulation far larger than that of any paper in the city, 
with a single exception. 



PUBLISHES ALL THE 



NEW YORK ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS, 

FULL FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MARKET REPORTS, 



AND PAYS PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO 



THE D.A.Y 

Is printed on a Hoe Perfecting Press which prints and folds 

24,000 COPIES PER HOUR. 



It does not depend upon street sales, but has A THOROUGHLY ORGAN- 
IZED SYSTEM, EMBRACING ABOUT FORTY CARRIERS 
UNDER ITS OWN CONTROL, who deliver Hie 
paper regularly to subscribers. 



FOR ADVERTISING RATES AND STATEMENT OF CIRCULATION SEE THIS RATE BOOK. 

THE DAY, Baltimore, Md. 



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MINNESOTA 



DUL.UTH. 

TRIBUNE. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Established 1870. 
R. C. Mitchell, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
daily $7, claimed circulation 1800; weekly $2, claimed 
circulation 2300; 4 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 
22 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch, daily, 1 time $1. 1 week $2.50, 1 month 
$5, 3 months $9, 1 year $30. 20 lines 1 year $45; 1-4 col- 
umn $90; cuts same price; Special positions and double 
columns 10 to 20 per cent extra; Local notices 10 cents, 
1 week or longer 8 cents per line per time. Weekly, 10 
lines, 1 time $1, 1 month $3, 3 months $6, 1 



, 
lines 1 year $16; 1-4 column 



year $12; 20 



MINNEAPOLIS. 



EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Independent Republican. Established 1878. Geo. 
K. Shaw, editor. Journal Printing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $4; claimed circulation 12,000; 4 pages, 
8 columns ; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch each insertion 
$1.25, 1 month $20, 3 months $45, 6 months $75, 1 year 
$132; cuts 10 per cent, Special positions and double 
columns 20 per cent extra; E. O. D. 3-4, 2 times a week 
3-5, 1 time a week 1-3 of daily monthly rates; Local 
notices 20 cents per line each insertion; discounts on 
200 lines and over ; Reading notices 30 to 75 cents per 
line per time. Solid cuts required. 
Advt. page 364. 

MINNESOTA TRIBUNE. Every morning except 
Monday, and FARMERS' TRIBUNE, Thursdays. Re- 
publican. A. B. Ncttletou, editor. Tribune Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $8, estimated circulation, 
7000; weekly $1.15, estimated circulation 12,000; daily 
8 pages, 7 columns; weekly 16 pages, 4(columns; length of 
columns 21 1-2 inches (weekly 15 1-4 inches), width. 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time 
$1, 1 week $5, 1 month $16, 3' months $40, 1 year $100 ; 
cuts 15 per Jcent, double columns 10 per 'cent. Special 
position 25 per cent, next reading 20 per cent extra. 
E. O. D. 3-4, 2 times a week 1-2, once a week 40 per cent 
of daily rates; discounts on $300 and upward ; Locals 
20 cents ; Brief mention 30 cents ; Pure reading 40 cents 
per line each insertion. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1- 
month $5.75, 3 months $18, 6 months $35, 1 year $65. 
E. O. W. 40 per cent off; Reading notices 20 cents per 
luie; Pure reading 25 cents; cats, double column, posi- 
tion and next reading extra as in daily. .Solid cuts 
required. 

CANADIAN. AM ERIC AN. -Every Thursday. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1883. J. P. Jaffray, editor. Jaf- 
fray Bros. Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2; 
sworn circulation 9130 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of 
columns, 13 1-4 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, $1 per inch each insertion; 6 months or 
longer 40 cents each insertion; cuts same price. 

There are One Million Tliree Hundred 
Thousand English-speaking Canadians in 
the Western States. The Only Paper of the 
kind in the United States. 2OO Agencies. 

MINNESOTA FARMER. Every Friday. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1877. II. E. Newton, editor. Min- 
nesota Farmer Printing Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$1; claimed circulation, 8100; 8 pages 6 columns ; length 
of columns, 19 inches, width 2 16 inches. Advertising 



rates, nonpareil, 3 lines 1 year $8; 1-2 inch 1 time 50 
cents, 1 month $1.50, 3 months $3.50, 6 months $7, 1 year 
$13; 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months $7, 1 year 
$25; each additional inch 1 time 75 cents; 1 month or 
longer same' as first inch ; cuts same price ; Reading 
notices 20 cents per line each insertion. 

NORTHWESTERN MILLER. Every Friday. Mill- 
ing. Established 1875. C. M. Palmer, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription $2: claimed circulation, 6500; 
28 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns, 12 1-2 inches, 
width, 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per 
inch 1 time $1.20, 1 month $4.76, 3 months $15, 1 year 
$54.60; cuts same pr.ce; Cover pages 50 per cent ad- 
ditional. 

MINNEHAHAN. Monthly. Literary. Established 
1877. Prof. Wm. R. Dobbyn. editor and proprietor. 
Subscription, $2 ; claimed circulation, 13,000 ; 66 pages. 

2 columns ; length of columns, 8 1-4 inches, width 2 3-7 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $3.50, 

3 times $9.50, 6 times $18, 1 year $35; 6 inches 1 time $20, 
1 year $205 ; cuts same price. 

The only Literary and Family magazine 
published west of the Mississippi. 
Advt. page 286. 

HOUSEKEEPER. Monthly. Domestic. Established 
1877. A. G. Wilcox, editor. Buckeye Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription 75 cents : claimed circulation 50,- 
000; 16 pages (sometimes 24), 3 columns; length of column 
10 inches, width 21-3 inches. Advertising rates, agate. 40 
cents per line each insertion ; outside pages 50 cents; 
cuts same price ; Reading matter $1 per line. 

Till' HOUSEKEEPER is without a 
rival as an advertising- medium for any 
article used by ladies. 

Advt. page 314. 

WOOD AND IRON. Monthly. Mechanical. Estab- 
lished 1880. Wood and Iron Publishing Co., editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $1 : sworn circulation 
5000 ; 20 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 11 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-0 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
$1.50 per inch each insertion; 1-16 page one time $5; 
3 times $12 ; ;6 times $22 ; 1 year $40. 1-4 page 1 time 
$15; 3 times $40 ; 1 year $125 ; 1 page 1 year $375. Cuts 
same'price. Cover pages 50 per cent additional. Write- 
ups 25 cents per line. 

Advt. page 316. 



ST. PAUL,. 

DISPATCH. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Republican. Established 1868. 
Henry A. Castle, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
daily $6, estimated circulation 3500 ; weekly $1, esti- 
mated circulation 3000 ; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly, 
8 columns) ; length of columns, 22 inches (weekly 
23 1-2 inches); width 2 1-6 inches.. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time 75 cents ; 1 week $3 ; 1 
month $8; 3 months $20; 1 year $50. Cuts same price. 
E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a -week 1-3 
daily monthly rates. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1.25 ; 1 
month $4 ; 3 months $10 ; 1 year $30. 

GLOBE. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Democratic. Established 1878. H. P. Hall, editor. St. 
Paul Globe Printing Co., proprietors. Subscription, 



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The Commercial Gazette. 



Established 1786, 



LEADING JOURNAL OF PHILADELPHIA. 

DAILY CIRCULATION, 21,5OO. WEEKLY CIRCULATION, 35,OOO. 



The brightest, newsiest, handsomest, and best paper in Pittsburgh. 8 pages, 56 columns, 
pasted and folded. 

It is the great paper of Pittsburgh, and circulates all over Western Pennsylvania, Eastern 
Ohio, and West Virginia. 

It is a metropolitan journal, and ranks with the New York Tribune, Chicago Tribune, and 
standard journals. Send for sample copy and advertising rates. 

NELSON P. REED & CO., 

PROPRIETORS. 



put. 



THE LARGEST CATHOLIC CIRCULATION IN THE WORLD. 



IS SA.ID OF 1 THLE IPII-.OT 1 . 

" The ablest Irish-American paper in the United States." Jersey City Herald. 

" Unquestionably the best of Catholic journals in this country." Springfield 
Republican. 

" It is the best arranged and newsiest religious paper that conies to us." 
N. Y. Herald. 

" There is no better influence with the Irish in America." Boston Advertiser. 

" The Pilot always takes a manly course." Chicago Tribune. 

" The Pilot is a power in the land." Hearth and Home. 

" The Pilot is the ablest, most influential, and respectable organ of the 
Catholics in this country." N. T. Commercial Advertiser. 

" We admire its broad intelligence." Cincinnati Catholic Telegraph. 

" It is a beneficent power in the community, ably representing the Irish 
Americans." Boston Herald. 

" It is the ablest Catholic journal in America." New Zealand Catholic Tablet. 

Published by THE PILOT PUBLISHING CO., 

397 Washington Street, 

BOSTON, MASS. 



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daily $8, sworn circulation 8376 ; weekly $1.15, sworn 
circulation 4800 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of col- 
umns, 23 5-8 inches, width, 2 3-16 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents ; 1 week 
$350; 1 month $10 ; 3 months $25 ; 6 months $35; 1 
year $ !0. Cuts same price. E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a 
week 1-2, 1 time a week 1-3 daily monthly rates. Read- 
ing notices among news 30 cents ; Local notices 25 cents 
per line per time. Weekly, 1 inch 1 time $1.50; 1 
month $5; 3 months $13; 6 months $23 ; 1 year $40. 
1st page 1-2, Special positions 1-4 extra. Solid cuts 
required. 

PIONEER PRESS. Every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Tuesdays. Independent. Established 1849. Pioneer Press 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $12 
sworn circulation 14,823 ; Sunday $2, hworn circula- 
tion 16,73(3 ; weekly $1.15, sworn circulation 16,210; 
H to 12 pastes (Sunday 16 pages), 7 columns; length of 
columns 21 1-4 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time. $1.20; 3 times $3 ; 
1 week $5 ; 1 month $16 ; 2 months $30 ; 3 mouths 
$42 ; 6 months $74 ; 9 months $102; 1 year $125. 1st 
page 1 inch 1 time $1.50; 3 times $4; 1 week $7; 1 
month $25 ; 2 months $45; 3 months $63 : 6 months 
$111 ; 9 months $150 ; 1 year $180, Other special pages, 

1 time 1 inch $1 .35 ; 1 week $6 ; 1 month $30 ; 3 
months $50; ?6 months $88 ; 1 year $150. E, O. D. 3-4, 

2 times a week 3-5, 1 time a. week 2-5 daily monthly 
rates. Space of cuts 20 per cent ; double columns 10 
per cent ; next reading or top of column, 25 per cent 
(both positions 50 per cent) extra. Popular specials 
20 cents ; Town topics 25 cents ; Reading notices 35 to 50 
cents per line, discounts on 100 lines and over 1 mouth. 
Sunday 1 inch 1 time $1.20; 3 months $15; 6 mouths 
$28 ; 1 year $50. 1st page, 1 inch 1 time $1.50 ; 3 
months $19; 1 year $70. Other special pages, 1 time 
$1.35 ; 3 months $17 ; 1 year $60 Notices same as 
daily. Weekly, 1 inch 1 time $2.25 ; 1 month $9 ; 3 
months $27 ; 6 months $52 ; 1 year $100. 1st page $3 
per week per inch. Notices 25 cents ; Business mention 
35 cents ; Reading among news 4 linos or less, 50 cents 
per line. Solid cuts required. Dated and issued simul- 
taneously at St. Paul and Minneapolis. 

The St. Paul and Minneapolis Pioneer 
Press was established in 1849, the year in 
which Minnesota was organized as a Ter- 
ritory. Twenty-five distinct newspaper 
enterprises are consolidated in its present 
organization. Its home lield is a magnifi- 
cent new empire, extending fro in Central 
Wiftconsiii far west toward the Pacific, 
and north, from Central Iowa, well iip 
over the British line into Manitoba. This 
field is thoroughly covered by the Daily, 
Sunday and Weekly editions of the Pi- 
oneer Press. It is traversed by an im- 
mense net-work of railroads covering the 
main portion of this flourishing section. 
The names and mileage of these roads 
are as folio ws : 

The St. Paul and Duluth, - - 155 
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and 

omaha, - - - - - - 1271 

Winoiia & St. Peter ; f v w vatp 
with Dak. Central, | ot N ' w ' *y ste 
F.lroy to Winona. " " 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, - 
Su. Minnesota (of C. M. & St. Paul 

system), --__-- 
Hastings & '.Dakota (of C. M. & St. 

Paul system), ----- 
;reen Bay, \\ inona & St. Paul, 
"Wisconsin Central, - 
St. Paul. Minneapolis & Manitoba, 
Northern Pacific and branches, 
Minneapolis & St. Louis, - - 

Total, - - ... 10, OS!) 
I IMUI the trains and at the towns on this 
more than ten thousand miles of railroad 
ihe Pioneer Press is sold every day by 
three hundred and fifty-five local and 
train agents. It has In all this field, prac- 



85 
1758 

430 

512 

239 

479 

14OO 

2500 

27O 



tically, no competitor. "It is taken in 
every town in the Northwest," writes one 
advertiser. Another: "Our advertisement 
therein has brought us scores of letters 
from Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Da- 
kota and Montana. It is the only newspa- 
per in the Northwest from which we have 
derived any benefit, and we have spent 
many hundred dollars in one and an- 
other." Circulation figures are published 
daily, also in sworn monthly bulletins, 
and are open to full investigation. Adver- 
tising rates are low less than one fifth 
cent per agate line per thousand circula- 
tion on yearly contracts, run of paper, in 
Daily, and about one fourth cent in com- 
bined Daily and Weekly. It is represented 
by all responsible general advertising 
agents. Sample copies sent on request. 

VOLKSZEITUNG Every evening except Sunday. 
MINNEHAHA, Sunday morning, and WEEKLY, Wed- 
nesdays. German. Independent. Established 1855. 
Volkszeitung Printing and Publishing Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $9 ; claimed circula- 
2870 g ; Sunday $1.50; claimed circulation 9000; weekly 
$2 ; claimed circulation 10,500 ; 4 pages, 9 columns 
(weekly 10 columns, Sunday 7 columns) ; Itnglh of col- 
umns, 29 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates 
furnished on applcation to publisher or Jno. F. Phillips 
& Co., 29 Park row, New York. 

NORTHWESTERN CHRONICLE. Every Thursday. 
Catholic. Established 1866. John F. Carrere, editor. 
Northwestern Chronicle Publishing Company, proprie- 
tors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 5620 ; 8 
pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 
1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time 
$1, 1 month $3, 3 months $7, 6 months $12.50, 1 year $20; 
1-4 column 1 ye-ir $60, 1 column $200 ; cuts same price; 
special position or double column 50 per cent; if 5th or 
8th pages 100 per cent additional ; Reading notices 15 
cents per line each insertion. No E. O. W. advertise- 
ments. 

SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1883. II. Rothschild and A. E. Chantler, edi- 
tors. Rothschild & Chantler, proprietors. Subscription 
$1.50; claimed circulation 5100; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.25, 1 month $3.25, 
3 months $10, 1 year $37 ; 2 inches 1 month $5.20, 3 
inches 1 year $87.50 ; cuts 
1-4 extra. Reading notices 



months $14.75, 1 year $55 ; 4 inches 1 year $87.50 ; cuts 
same price. Special location 1- 



15 cents per line. 



Advt. p. 198. 



WANDERER. Every Thursday. German. Catholic. 
Established 1867. Hugo Klapproth, editor. Wanderer 
Print in JT Company, proprietors. Subscription $2.50 ; 
claimed circulation 4200 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 22 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.25, 2 times $2.25, 1 month 
$3.50, 3 months $7.50, 1 year $20 ; cuts same price. 



WINONA. 

REPUBLICAN. Every evening, except Sunday, and 
WKEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Established 1855. 
D. Sinclair, editor. D. Sinclair & Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $6, claimed circulation 2000; weekly 
$1.15, claimed circulation 2000; 4 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 
1 week $2.25, 1 month $6, 3 months $11, 6 mouths $17, 

1 year $25; 2 inches 1 month $10, 3 months $18, 1 year 
$40; 1-4 column 1 year $67.50; cuts 10 per cent, double 
column and special positions 25 per cent extra; E.O.D. 3-4, 

2 times a week 3-5, 1 time a week 2-5 of daily monthly 
rates; Business notices 15 cents nonpareil, Town Topics 
20 cents bourgeois each insertion, with discounts on 100 
lines or more. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $3, 
each additional insertion 50 cents, 1 year $20; 3 inches^l 
year $40, 1 column 1 year $150; Notices same price per 
insertion, and cuts, etc., extra, as in daily. 



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Has now a larger circulation than any other afternoon 
paper in Philadelphia. 

It has no superior as a live, bright, newsy journal. 



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missed un issue; it goes to over 14,000 Post-Oftice weekly, and has a large and rapidly increasing national circulation. It 
isand always has been essentially a " Home Paper" in the fullest sense of theierni, alike interesting to every member 
of the family, and is read and appreciated by the better class of people throughout the entire country. It is perfectly 
free from the degrading and polluting trash which characterizes other so-called "Literary and Family Papers" 
hence its enduring popularity. Annual Subscription $2. 

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MISSISSIPPI. 



JACKSON. 

CLARION. Every Wednesday. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1837. J. L. Power, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1.50; claimed circulation 4000; 4 pages, 9 
columns: length of columns 28 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil,! inch 1 time $1,2 times $1.75, 
1 month $3, 3 months $7, 6 months $12.50, 1 year $20; 3 
inches 3 months $16, 1 year $40; 1 column 1 year $^50; cuts 
Bailie price; Reading or Special notices 15 cents per line 
per time. 



MERIDIAN. 

MERCURY. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. Established 1867. 
A. G. Horn & Son, editors and proprietors. Subscription, 
tri-weekly $6, claimed circulation 1700; weekly $1.50, 
claimed circulation 1800; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly 8 
columns) ; length of columns 22 inches (weekly 24 inches), 
vridth2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, tri-weekly, nonpa- 
reil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 3 times $2, 1 month $4, 3 months $8, 
1 year $20; special rates for large contracts in either or 
both editions; cut inserted without extra charge. 

PATRON OP HUSBANDRY. Every Friday. Grange. 
Kstablished 1875. Charles P. Dement, editor and man- 
ager. Subscription $1.50; estimated circulation 4000; 4 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns 21 3-4 inches; width 
J 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1,|1 
month $2.50, 3 months $6, 1 year $14; cuts same price; 
large space or special positions subject to agreement. 

SOUTHERN BAPTIST. Every Wednesday. Baptist. 
Established 1875. A. Gressett, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2; estimated circulation 3500; 4 pages, 9 
columns; length of columns 26 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 month $4, 3 months 
$10, 6 months $12, 1 year $15; 1-2 column 6 months $75, 1 
year $100 ; cuts same price. 



STARKVILLE, 

SOUTHERN LIVE STOCK JOURNAL. Every Thurs- 
day. Live Stock. Established 1876. Southern Live- 
stock Journal Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription 
$2; claimed circulation 2000; 8 pages, 5 columns; length 
of columns 17 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonparei', 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 month $3, 3 months $6, 6 
months $10.50, 1 year $15; 3 inches one year $36; 1 column 

1 time $17, 1 year $140; cuts same price; Reading notices 
15 cents per line. 

Advt. page 322. 

VICKSBURG, 

COMMERCIAL HERALD. Every morning except 
Monday,and WEEKLY, Friday 8. Democratic. Established 
1864. Vicksburg Printing and Publishing Co., editors 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $10, claimed circu- 
lation 2000; weekly $2, claimed circulation 1000; daily 
4 pages, 7 columns; -weekly 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns, daily 22 inches, weekly 19 inches; width 2 1-0 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 10 lines 1 time 
$1, 1 week $6, 1 month $12, 3 months $20; 1 year $64; 20 
lines 1 month $16, 3 months $32, 1 year $96; each addi- 
tional 10 lines 1 year $82; cuts same price; E.O.D. 3-4, 

2 times a week 2-3 daily monthly rates; Special notices 
or double column 1-2 extra. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1.50, 
1 month $4, 3 months $8, 1 year $15; 20 lines 8 months 
$14, 1 year $25; each additional 10 lines 1 year $10. 

PLANTERS' JOURNAL. Monthly. Agricultural. 
Established 1879. F. C. Morehead, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2; claimed circulation 9876; 32 pages, 3 
columns; length of columns 10 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 5-8 inch 1 time $3, 3 times $8, 
6 times $14, 1 year $24; 1-16 page 1 time $12,3 times $30, (i 
times $45, 1 year $70; 1-4 pajje 1 year $240; cuts same 
price; Reading notices $1 per line. 

'I'h i- official organ of tbe National Cotton 
Planters' Association. Circulates In every 
Cotton State. 

Advt. page 358. 



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TERMS, 3 
:j 6.00 PER YEAR;! 
WEEKLY.! L25 










THE MORNING CALL, 

THE SUNDAY CALL, 

THE WEEKLY CALL. 



COMBINED CIRCULATION, KACH ISSUE, 

100,711 COPIES. 



will l>e interested, in, tfae, following 

affidavit : 

STATE OP CALIFORNIA, ) 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO, f **' 

Before me, S. S. Murfey, a Notary Public, in and for the City and County of San 
Francisco, personally appeared William G. Waters, of said City and County, who, 
being by me first duly sworn, deposes and says : He is the foreman of the Hoe Per- 
fecting Press upon which the MORNING CALL and the WEEKLY CALL are printed, 
Hud as such foreman, he was present and superintended the printing and counting of 
the several editions from December 1, 1879, up to and including June 80, 1880, and 
that the average number of complete copies of the MORNING CALL printed for that 
period was 38,307 per day. 

WM. G. WATERS. 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 10th day of July, 1880. 

SAMUEL S. MURFEY, Notary Public. 



THE MORNING- CALL 38,307 

THE SUNDAY CALL 45,<>O4 

THE WEEKLY CALL 1(>,8OO 

100, 711 

Eastern Advertising Office, 48 Tribune Building, New York, 

S. C. BECKWITH, manager. 

JI21P Advertisements received by all responsible advertising agents. 



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MISSOURI 



KANSAS CITY. 

EVENING STAR. Every evening except Sunday. 
Established 1880. Evening Star Co., editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $6 ; estimated circulation 18,000 ; 
4 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 21 3-4 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per 
line each insertion ; Special positions 1-4 extra ; cuts 
same price ; Local notices 20 cents per line. 

JOURNAL. Every morning, and JOURNAL AND 
AGRICULTURIST, Wednesdays. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1854. Journal Company, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $10, claimed circulation 
15,250 ; Sunday $2, claimed circulation 19,500 ; weekly 
$1.50, iclaimed circulation 17,780 ; 8 pages (Sunday 16 
to 20 pages), Tjcolumns ; length of columns 21 1-2 inches, 
width 21-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, agate, ordi- 
nary;^ 1-2 cents, 1st page 15 cents per line first insertion, 
subsequent insertions half-price; Business notices 25 
cents per line each insertion ; Reading notices, non- 
pareil 20 cents, minion 30 cents per line each insertion ; 
cuts and double column 1-4 extra ; Sunday, ordinai-y, 
16 2-3 cents ; 2d, 3d, 5th or 8th pages, 18 cents ; 1st 
page 20 cents per line each insertion ; Notices same as 
daily. Weekly, per inch 1 time $1.50 ; 1 month $6 ; 
3 months $18 ; 6 months $36 ; 1 year $60 ; cuts same 
price ; solid cuts required. 

Advt.page 306. 

TIMES. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Democratic. Established 1868. Kansas City Times Co., 
editors and proprietors. Morrison Munford, president; 
Charles E. Hasbrook, secretary. Subscription, daily $10, 
claimed circulation 10,000 ; Sunday $2 claimed circula- 
tion 21,000; weekly $1, claimed circulation 63,000; 
daily 8 pages ; Sunday 16 to 20 pages ; weekly 8 pages, 
7 columns ; length of columns 21 2-3 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily, 1st page 15 cents 
per line each insertion ; other pages, publishers' option, 
10 cents ; wants, elc., 5 cents a line ; cuts double, double 
column advertisements in daily or weekly 1-2 extra ; 
Business notices 15 cents ; Reading notices 25 cents, 
per Hue. Sunday 25 percent more than daily. Weekly 1st 
page 60 cents per line ; other pages, publishers' option, 
50 cents ; Business notices 60 cents ; Reading notices 
75 cents ; discount : 1 month, 5 per cent; 3 months 10 
per cent ; 6 months 15 per cent; 1 year 20 per cent; 
solid cuts required. 

Advt, page 170. 

WESTERN CULTIVATOR AND FARM AND STOCK 
JOURNAL. Every Saturday. Farming and live stock. 
G. E. Heydon, editor and business manager. Subscription 
$1.50 ; estimated circulation 5000; 8 pages, 5 columns ; 
length of columns 17 inches ; width 2 1-8 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2 ; 1 month $5 ; 
3 month* $11 ; 6 months $18.50 ; 1 year $30.90 ; 3 inches 
1 time $5 ; 1 month $11.75; 3 months $26.75; 6 months 
$43 ; 1 year $70 ; 1 column, 1 time, $20 ; 1 month $43 ; 
3 months $105.75 ; 6 months $156 ; 1 year $250 ; lees than 
1 inch 20 cents per line each insertion ; no advertise- 
ments inserted for less than 50 cents ; Business cards, 5 
lines or less, 1 year $15 ; every line more than 5 lines $2 ; 
no extra charge for cute. 

Advt. page 344. 

LIVE STOCK INDICATOR AND FARMERS' GA- 
ZETTE. Every Thursday. Live stock and farming. 
F. D. Coburn and A. D. Simons, editors. The Indicator 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $1-50; claimed 
circulation 4765 ; 8 : pages, 6 columns; length of column 19 
1-2 inches ; width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
1 inch 1 time $2 ; 1 month $6 ; 3 months $15 ; 6 months 



$26 ; 1 year $40 ; 4 Inches 1 month $18.50 ; 8 months 
$48 ; 6 months $78 ; 1 year $120 ; cuts same price ; Local 
notices 25 cents per line for time less than 1 month ; 
solid cuts required. 

MID-CONTINENT. Every Saturday. Undenomina- 
tional. Established 1879. Rev. 8. B. Bell, editor. Mid- 
Continent Printing and Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $2 ; estimated circulation 5000 ; 8 pages, 
6 columns ; length of column 20 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch each 
insertion 75 cents ; 1 year 10 per cent discount ; cuts 
same price ; Locals 25 cents per line. 

FARM. Every Wednesday. Agricultural. Establish- 
ed 1888. The Farm Publishing Co., editors and propri- 
etors. Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 11, 231 ; 
4 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 19 1-2' inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents 
per line (cuts the same); Reading notices 25 cents per 
line each insertion; discount: 4 times 5 per cent; 18 
times 8 per cent; 26 times 15 per cent; 1 year 30 per 
cent. 

THE! FAR!*! Circulates exclusively 
among the purchasing classes of Western 
Missouri, Kansas. Nebraska, Colorado, 
Southern Iowa, Texas and the Indian 
Territory. The subscription being only 
5O cents a year its list is:rapidly increas- 
ing, beginning its second volume on 
January 1, with 11,231 subscribers. 
Advt- page 288. 

KIRKSVILLE. 

VISITOR AND TEACHER. Monthly. Educational. 
Established 1880. W. M. Gill, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 4000 ; 16 pages, 

3 columns ; length of columns 8 1-3 inches ; width 2 1-5 
inches.?' Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 70 
cents; 3 times $1.90; 6 times $3.40; 1 year $5.50; 8 
inches 1 time $5 ; 6 times $25.70 ; 1 year $40.70 ; cuts 
same price. 

LEBANON. 

BEE-KEEPER. Every Saturday and MONTHLY. 
Bees and honey. Established 179. E. M. Harrison, 
editor. Harrison & Co., proprietors. Subscription, 
weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 3000; monthly $1, 
claimed circulation 4100 ; 8 pages (monthly 12 pages), 

4 columns ; length of columns 13 3-4 inches, width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, weekly, per line 
15 cents ; per inch $1 : per column $13 ; cuts same price ; 
Special or Business notices 25 cents per line. 

ST. JOSEPH. 

GAZETTE. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1845. 
John N. Edwards, editor. J. N. Burnes, Jr., proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $9, < laimed circulation 5600 ; weekly 
$1.50, claimed circulation 14,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns, 19 3-4 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 week $1.50, 1 
month $4 50, 6 months $22.60, 1 year $39; 2 times a week, 
1 week $1.50, 1 month $4, 1 year $26; cuts same price; 
Locals, each 8 lines brevier, 1 week $2, 1 month $6, 6 
months $28, 1 year $45. Weekly, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 
month $4, 6 months $18, 1 year $30: Locals, 8 lines bre- 
vier, 1 time $2, 1 month $6, 6 months $28, 1 year $45. 
Solid cuts required. 



13f) JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.'S 

THE HEKALD COMPANY, 

SYRACUSE, N. Y., 

Makes, and will stand ly the following statements : 

The Evening Herald 

Has the largest circulation of any Daily in Central New York. 

Its circulation exceeds that of any daily in the provincial cities of New York 
possibly excepting two. 

Its circulation is greater by over three thousand than the combined circulations 
of the Syracuse daily Standard, Journal, and Courier. 

It is the only daily paper in provincial New York which publishes sworn state- 
ments of its circulation. 

Its books are always open to advertisers for the purpose of verifying any ques- 
tion regarding its circulation. 

The population of Syracuse and suburbs is about 70,000 or about 10,000 
households. THE EVENING HERALD sends about 8600 of its 12,000 issue into the 
city. Probably over 1000 households take no paper at all. Therefore, THE EVEN- 
ING HERALD practically covers the whole reading population of the city. 

THE EVENING HERALD charges fair prices for advertising, and ^ives a good 
return. 




Has a much larger circulation than all the other Syracuse Sunday papers combined. 

Its circulation is sworn to, and its books may be examined by advertisers. 

It is a handsome, cleanly, and wholesome paper, and caters to and receives the 
support of the very best people. 

Send for sample papers and monthly statements of circulation. 



SYBACUSE, March 1, 1884. 



ARTHUR JENKINS, 

General Manager THE HERALD. 



Only paper in Central New York using a Web Perfecting Press, 



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HERALD. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursday*. Republican. Established 1861. 
F. M. Tracy, editor. The Herald Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $9; claimed circulation 4300; weekly 
$1.50; claimed circulation 5600: 16 pages, 6 columns 
(weekly 7 columns) ; length ol columns 21 inches, width 
a 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 

1 lime $1, 1 week $3.50, 1 month $7.50, 3 months $14, 6 
mouths $-24, 1 year $36, 20 lines $CO, 30 lines $15, 60 lines 
$150 1 year; cuts same price; E. O. D. 2-3 daily monthly 
rates; Special notices first 10 times 10 cents, subsequent 
iii.-ertious 8 cents; 6 months 5 cents, 1 year 4 cents per 
llnejper'tlme. Weekly 2-3 daily monthly rates; daily and 
weekly 1-2 more than daily rates. 

VOLKSBLATT. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. German. Republican: Estab- 
lished 1858. Herman W. Kastor, editor. Volksblatt Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $9; weekly $2; claimed 
circulation weekly edition 2800; 4 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns 24 inches (weekly 28 inches), width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates furnished on application 
to publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, New 
York. 

Advt. page 362. 

CATHOLIC TRIBUNE. Every Saturday. Ca'holic. 
Established 1879. Rev. F. W. Graham, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 5300; 8 
pages, 6 columns: length of columns, 20 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch $2.50 
per month, 1 year $24; cuts sume price; Local notices 15 
cents per line. 

SATURDAY DEMOCRAT. Every Saturday. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1880. George E. King, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription, $2 ; sworn circulation 
9000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns, 23 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, which are very 
liberal, furnished on application to the publishers, o'r 
Juo. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, New York. 

ST. LOUIS. 

AMERIKA. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Tues- 
days. German. Independent. Established 1872 German 
Literary Society, proprietors. Subscription, daily $8, 
claimed circulation 9300 (Sunday, claimed circulation 15- 
200); weekly $2, claimed circulation 34,400; daily, 4 pages, 
9 columns; Sunday, 12 pages, 7 columns; weekly, 10 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns 25 inches (Sunday 
and weekly 21 inches), width 21-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, daily 10 cents, Sunday 15 cents per line each 
insertion; cuts same price; Locals 30 cents, Sunday 40 
cents per line bourgeois each insertion. Weekly 20 cents 
per agate line, Locals 50 cents bourgeois line each inser- 
tion ; large and yearly contracts in either paper 25 per 
cent off. Solid cuts required. 

Circulation Official fact : The records of 
the Post-office Department show that the 
Amerika is paying more postage than any 
German paper (dally or weekly) In Ihe 
West. 

Advt. pane 386. 

ANZEIGER DES WESTENS. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. German. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1834. Carl Daenzer, editor. Anzeiser Association, 
proprietors, Subscription, daily $10, ciaimed circulation 
IO,30J; Sunday $2; claimed circulation 12,500; weekly $2, 
claimed circulation 13,800; 8 pages (Sunday 12 pages), 6 
columns (Sunday and weekly 7 columns); length of col- 
umns 20 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, nonpareil, per line 1 time 10 cents, subsequent in- 
sertions 5 cents ; 14 times 75 cents, 30 times (1 month) 
SI. 35, 3 months $3.25, 6 months $5.50, 1 year $9; cuts 
same price; E. O D. 10 per ciu extra; 1 time a week 10 
cents per line each insertion ; hefore Marriages 1-2 extra; 
Local notices, bourgeois, 30 cents, Editorial notices, bour- 
geois, 50 cents per line each insertion. Weekly 10 cents 
per line each insertion. Discounts: 1 month 10 per cent, 

3 months 20 per cent, 6 months 25 per cent, 1 year 30 per 
cent. Sunday alone, same as weekly. Solid cuts re- 
quired. 

EVENING CHRONICLE. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Independent. Established 1880. E. W. Scripps, 
editor. Chronicle Publishing Co.. proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, $5; claimed circulation 22,000; 4 pages, 7 columns ; 
length of columns 20 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 12 1-2 cents per line each insertion; cuts 
same price. 



GLOBE-DEMOCRAT. Every morning, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursday.-. Established 1852. J. B. McCullagh. 
editor. The Globe Printing Co.. proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $12, claimed circulation 36,000 ; weekly $1, 
claimed circulation 68000; 12 to 24 pages, 7 columns; 
length of Columns 21 1-4 inches, widih 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, agate, run of \ aper, 1 time 20 
cents ; subsequent in>ertions 15 cents; 7 times $1.07, 10 
times $1.43, each additional insertion 10 cents per line; 
last pajre, 1 time 20 cents, 10 times $1.65. 30 times $4.05, 
each additional insertion 11 cents per line; 1st page 1 
time 25 cents, 7 times $1 50, 20 times $3.45, 25 times $4.10. 
each additional insertion 12 cents; Saturday or Sunday 
only 2i cents per line each insertion; Business notices 35 
cents; leaded Local notices 50 cents (if Saturday or Sim- 
day only 76 cents); leaded notices on editorial page $J; 
advertisements before Marriages and Deaths or City news 
30 cents per line each insertion; no extra charge for cuts. 
Weekly 50 cents; Local notices 75 cents per line each 
insertion. F. T. McFadden, Tribune Building, New York, 
special agent, to whom all Eastern business must be sent. 

MISSOURI REPUBLICAN. Every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1808. 
George Knapp & Co., editors and proprietors. Snbscrip- 
! lion, daily *1 2, claimed circulation, 32.820; weekly $1, 
| claimed circulation 76,100; 8 10 16 pages, 7. columns; 
! length of columns 21 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, daily 1 time 15 cents, 2 times 30 
cents, 1 week 70 cents, 1 month $2.5 ', 3 months $6.70, 
6 months $13, 1 year $25 per line; 1st, 5th and 8th pages 
1 time 20 cents, 4 times 80 cents, 1 week $1.10, 1 month $4, 
3 months $10, 6 months, $19, 1 year $?3 per line; Satur- 
day and Sundays only 20 cents per line each time; cuts 
1-4 extra: Special notices 20 cents ; City items 40 cents ; 
Local notices 60 cents ; Reading notices, editorial page 
$1 per line. Weekly 1 time 50 cents, 1 month $1.90; 2 
months $3.40, 3 months $4.90, 6 months $8 80, 1 year 
$16.60 pt-r line; less than 10 lines charged for 1 line 
extra ; Reading notices 1-4 extra ; no extra charge for 
cuts in weekly. Eastern office, Tribune Building, New 
York, M. D. Hanover in charge. 

POST-DISPATCH . Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent Democratic. 
Established 1852. Joseph Pulitzer, editor. Dispatch 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $9, 
sworn circulation 30,105 ; weekly $1, sworn circulation 
17,000; 8 to 16 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 
W 3-4 inches, width, 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, agate, per line 1 time 20 cents, 2 times 40 cents, to 
times $1.04; 12 times $1.85, 30 times $3.84, 2 months 
$6.18, 3 months $8.52, 6 months $15.54, 1 year $29.58; cuts 
same price; Saturdays only 25 cents per line per time; 
Special positions extra; over Marriages and Deaths or 
Ciiy news 25 ccnis per line per time; leaded Local notices 
50 cents; leaded nonpareil notices $1 per line each inser-, 
tion; Medical 10 cents per line each insertion. Weekly 
20 cents per line; Local notices, 50 cents per line eacu 
insertion. 

Advt. page 150. 

TRIBUNE. Everv evening except Sunday, and SUN- 
DAY morning. German. Republican. Established 
1880. Dr. Otto Guenther, editor. St. Louis Tribune 
Co.. proprietors. Otto Hilpert, publisher. Subscription 
daily with Sunday $8 ; claimed circulation 8500; 4 pages, 
9 columns; length of columns 25 inches, width 2^1-0 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 time 10 
cents ; subsequent insertions 5 cents; 1 mouth $1.40, 2 
months $2.25, 3 months $3, 6 months $5, 1 year $8 per 
line ; cuts same price; Local notices 30 cents; Editorial 
notices 50 cents per line per time; Sunday, 10 cents per 
line per time. 

The largest Local circulation of any Ger- 
man paper in St. Louis. 

Advt. page 326. 

WESTLICHE POST. Every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Wednesdays. German. Independent Republican. Es- 
tablished 1857. Emil Pieetorious, editor. Westliche 
Post Association, proprietors. Subscription, daily $10, 
claimed circulation 10,000 ; weekly $2, claimed circula- 
tion, 12,000 ; daily 4 paires, 9 columns ; Sunday 8 pages, 
9 columns ; weekly 4 pages, 10 columns ; length of col- 
umns 27 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising ratew, 
nonpareil, per line, lirtt insertion 10 cents, subsequent, 
insertions 5 cents; 1 month $1.50, 3 months $3. 6 months 
$5, 1 year $8: cuts same price; before Marriages and 
Deaths 1-2 more; Special notices first insertion 15 ceiiu*. 



138 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO."S 




ESTABLISHED 1867. 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



CIRCULATION OVER 20,000. 



SWORN CIRCTJTj^LTION, 



1, 1884, 



CONSTANTLY INCREASING in Circulation, Character, and Influence. 

ITS DISTRIBUTION: 

^Massachusetts 13,037 Subscribers, at 557 Post-offices. 

Connecticut 5,543 

Rhode Island. 453 

Vermont 1,3O4 

Ne^w Hampshire 313 

Maine . . 16O 

IVIiddle States ^67 

Total 3O,375 

Subscription Lists open for inspection to advertisers at any time. Advertising rates, 15 cents per line. 

THE PHELPS PUBLISHING CO., Publishers. 



446 
67 

34O 

90 

79 

161 



THE NEW TOK CLIPPER 

Publishes more Theatrical and Sporting News 
than any other journal, 

AND IT IS THE LEADING PAPER OF ITS CLASS IN AMERICA. 



Its wide range of circulation also makes it a most 
valuable advertising medium. 



HA.TES. For advertisements, 20 cents per line for each insertion, agate measure 14 lines 
to an inch. Subscription, $4 per annum. 



THE FRANK QUEEN PUBLISHING COMPANY (Limited), Proprietors, 

Address : Clipper Building, 88 and 90 Centre St., New York, 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



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subsequent insertions 10 cents; Local notices 30 cents, 
bourgeois; Editorial notices 50 cents, bourgeois, per line; 
Sunday or weekly 10 cents per line each insertion. 
Advl. page 194. 

AGE OF STEEL. Every Saturday. Mechanical. Es- 
tablished 1857. W. E. Barns, editor. Journal of Com- 
merce Co., proprietors. Subscription $3 ; claimed cir- 
culation 13,750 : 36 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 
13 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $2.50, 1 month $7, 3 mouths $17, 6 
months $30, 1 year $50 ; cuts same price ; Special loca- 
tions 1-4 more; E. O, W. 10 per cent more than rates for 
half the tim:; Reading notices 50 cents per line each in- 
sertion. 

AMERICAN BAPTIST FLAG. Every Wednesday. 
Baptist. Eslablished 1875. D. B. Ray, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 8500; 8 
pages, 6 columns; length of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 time 8 cents, 

1 month 30 cents. 3 months 91 cents, 6 months $1.69, lyear 
$3.12 per line; cuts same price: next reading matter 20 
per cent extra. 

AMERICAN CELT.-Evcry Saturday. Independent. 
Irish Catholic. Established 1883. Charles O'Brien, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circula- 
tion 6500; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 19 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates 8 cents per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

CENTRAL BAPTIST. Every Thursday. Baptist. 
Established 1866. Win. Harrison Williams, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 8000; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 19 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, ordinary 10 cents, 
Notices 15 cents per line each insertion; no extra charge 
lor cuts; Discounts, on orders of $10, 5 per cent; $25, 
10 per cent; $50, 15 per cent; $75, 20 per cent; $100, 
25 per cent. ; $200, 33 1-3 per cent ; $300, 40 per cent, 

A dvt. pa-ie 192. 

CENTRAL CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Wed- 
nesday. Methodist Episcopal. Established 1856. Benj. 
St.. James Frv, D.D.. editor. Walden & Stowe. agents. 
Western Methodist Book Concern, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion $2.20; claimed circulation 18,700; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns ; length of columns 21 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate. 15 cents per line each 
insertion. Cuts same price. Di>counts on orders of $50, 
15 per cent ; $100, 20 per cent ; $300, 25 per cent ; $500, 
30 per cent. No patent medicine advertisements. Solid 
cuts required. 

A dvl. page 248. 

CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL. Every Friday. Law. 
Established 1874. William H. Stevenson, proprietor. 
JSubscription $5; claimed circulation 5100; 24 pages, 2 
columns; length of column 83-4 inches, width 23-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents first, in- 
sertion, subsequent insertions 10 cents per iine; 1 page, 
first insertion $25, subsequent insertions $17. 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Wednesday. Meth- 
odist. Established 1851. D. R. McAnally and E. M. 
Bounds, editors. Logan D. Dameron, publisher. Sub- 
scription *2; claimed circulation 20,000: 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns : length of columns 20 inches, width 2 f-3 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line each insertion. 
Cuts same price Notices 30 cents per line. Discounts: 
on orders of $10, 5 per cent ; $25, 10 per cent; $50, 15 
per cent; $75, 20 per cent; $100,25 per cent; $200, 
33 1-3 per cent; $300, 40 per cent. 

AdTt. page 192. 

CHRISTIAN EVANGELIST. Every Thursday. Chris- 
tian. Established 1861. B. W. Johnson and J. 11. Garri- 
son, editors. Chiisiian Publishing Co, proprietors. 
Subscription $2 : claimed circulation 20.000 ; 16 pages, 4 
columns ; length of column 13 1-2 inches, width, 2 1-5 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line each 
insertion. Cuts same price. Notices 30 c nts per line. 
JMi-counts: 5 per cent on $10 : 10 percent. on $25 ; 15 per 
cent on $50 ; 20 p T cent, on $75 ; 25 per cent on $ll0 ; 
33 1-3 per cer t on $200 ; 40 per cent on $300. 

Largest circulation of any paper pub- 
lished by the Disciples (or t hristiaii 
<'hur<-li). If you want to reach the best 
member* of the Christian rhurch in the 
West and South-west, yon mu>t do it 
through l !iis paper. No other publication 
H thoroughly covers this field. 
Adrt. IIWJK 192. 



COLMAN'S RURAL WORLD. Every Wednesday. 
Agricultural Established 1846. Norman J. Cohnan, 
editor. N. J. Colman & Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$1 ; claimed circulation 15,500; 8 page?, 6 columns; 
length of columns I'.l inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, 40 cents per line. Discounts oil long 
time and large advertisements. Cuts same price. 
Advt,. page 198. 

CRITIC. Every Saturday. Literary and Society news. 
Illustrated. Established 1881. Dickison Brugman, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 

19 000 ; 8 pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, 
width 2 5-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per 
line each insertion. Cuts same price. 

Advt. page 188. 

EVANGELIST. Every Thursday. Presbyterian. Es- 
tablished 1874. Rev. E. Cooper, D.D., editor. Presby- 
terian Newspaper Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 ; 
claimed circulation 7000; 8 pages, 6 columns : length of 
columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rales 
furnished on application to the publisher, or Jno. F. 
Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, New York. 

GROCER.-Every Thursday. Commercial. Estab- 
lished 1878. Grocer Publishing Co., editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 6800 ; 68 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns 10 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$2; 1 month $5; 3 months $14 ; 6 months $28 ; lyear 
$50 ; 4 inches 3 months $45 ; 1 year $125. Cuts same 
price. E. O. W. 20 per cent more than price for same 
number of consecutive insertions. Business notices 
(leaded) 20 cents per line per time. Solid cuts required. 

HEROLD DES GLAUBENS.-Every Wednesday. Ger- 
man. Roman Catholic. Established 1850. German 
Printing and Publishing Association, publishers. L. 
Blankemeier, manager. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed 
circulation 15,000 ; 10 pages, 6 columns ; length of col- 
umns 21 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 10 cents per line ; 1 month 24 cents ; 3 months 
52 cents; lyear $1.56. Cuts same price. Reading no- 
tices double price, per btevier line. Solid cuts required. 

The paper la carefully edited and thor- 
oughly read. Its large circulation, unsur- 
passed by any similar paper, makes it a de- 
sirable advertising medium. 

HLAS. Every Wednesday. Bohemian. Catholic. Es- 
tablii-hed 1873. Rev. Joseph Hessoun, editor. Bohe- 
mian Literary Society, proprietors. Subscription $2.5(1 ; 
claimed circulation 6575 ; 8 pages (and an 8 page feuille- 
ton supplement 8x11), 6 columns ; length of column 20 
inches, width 21-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
lo lines 3 months, $4 ; 6 months $7 ; 1 year $12 ; cuts 
same price. 

HUMORIST. Every Saturday. German. Sporting 
and humorous. Established 18i9. R. Dietzins, editor ; 
Henry Hermanns, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed 
circulation 8nOO ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
21 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 10 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price; 
business notices 25 cents per line. 

JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE AND AMERICAN 
STOCK BREEDER. Every Thuieday. Agricultuial. 
Kstablished 1S66. Phil Chew, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1.50; sworn circulation 36000; 16 pages, 
5 columns ; length of columns 15 inches, width 2 l-t> 
inches Advertising rate*. a(;a'e, 25 cents per line each 
insertion ; cms same price ; Reading notices 50 cents 
agate line. 

Advt. page 142. 

LATERNE. Every Saturday. German. Litcraryand 
humorous. Established 1877. Louis Wiliich, editor and 
publisher. Subscription $t; estimated circulation 5000 : 

20 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 12 inches, width 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rales, nonpareil, 10 cents per 
line; liberal discounts on contracts running three 
months or longer ; cuts same price?. 309 Market street. 

' A c/vt. page 364. 

MERIWETMER'S WEEKLY. -Every Saturday Lit- 
erary. Established 18S1. A. & M. L. Meri>\ ether, , diturs 
and proprietors. Subscription $2 : < stima:e 1 circulation 
K6CK) ; K> pages. 4 columns ; Icng h of columns 11 3-4 inch- 
es, width 2 1-8 inches. Foim.' rly published at Memphis. 
Tenn. Advertising rates furnislien ( n application to the 
publishers, or Jno. !'. P!i ll'pa A: Co , x9 Paik row, Ni;,v 
York. 



140 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.'S 








\g amw, 



I 

of 
San Francisco, California. 

EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY, Proprietors. 

Office, 8OO Market Street. 



THE LEADING NEWSPAPER ON THE PACIFIC COAST, 



THE DAILY EXAMINER is published every morning, 

containing 36 columns, and on Sundays containing 72 columns of choice read 
ing matter. 

Subscription Price, $6 Per Year, Postpaid. 



THE WEEKLY EXAMINER is published every Thurs- 
day, and contains 72 columns of the choicest reading matter. 

Subscription Price, $1,50 Per Year, Postpaid, 



THE WEEKLY EXAMINER has the largest circulation 
of any journal west of Chicago, and reaches Towns and Hamlets that 
no other journal does. 

THE DAILY AND WEEKLY EXAMINER surpasses all 
others as an advertising medium on the Pacific Coast. 



Address 



EXAMINER PUBLISHING COMPANY, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA1. 



NEWSPAPER HATE-BOOK. 



141 



MIDLAND INDUSTRIAL, GAZETTE. Every Thurs- 
day. Commercial. Established 1800. C. K. Reifsnider. 
editor. Midland Publishing Co , proprietors. Claimed 
circulation 9500; 20 to 24 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns 13 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rales, 
agate, per inch 1 time $2.50; 1 month $7.50; 3 months 
$15; fi months $26; 1 year $40 ; cuts same price ; special 
positions 1-4 extra; extra price for E.O.W. advertise- 
ments. 

Advt. page 14(5. 

OBSERVER. Every Thursday. Presbyterian. Es- 
tablished 1877. Rev. W. Bentou Farr. editor. St. Louis 
Observer Co., publishers. Subscription $2; estimated 
circulation 4000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 
191-2 inches, width 21-5 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, ordinary 5 cents ; notices 10 cents per line each 
insertion; no extra charge for cuts. Discounts: $10, 5 
percent; $25, 10 per cent; $50, 15 per cent; $75, 20 per 
cent; $100, 25 per cent; $200, 33 1-3 per cent; $300, 40 pel- 
cent. 

Advt. page 192. 

PRESBYTERIAN. Every Friday. Presbyterian. Es- 
tablished I860. Robt. P. Karris, D.D., editor Karris, Smith 

6 Co., proprietor*. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circula- 
tion 4000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns : length of columns 20 
inches, width 2 i-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
per inch 5(J cents each insertion ; 3 months 50 cents; b 
months 45 cents each insertioii ; cuts same price. 

SPECTATOR. Every Saturday. Literary and society 
news. Established 1880. J. R. Re-avis, editor. Specta- 
tor Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $4 : claim- 
ed circulation 5000 ; 20 pages, 4 column* : length of c il- 
nmns 12 inches, width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rate , 
nonpareil, 1 inch $1.20; 1-2 p;ige $28 each insertion ; cuts 
game price. 

Advt. pageWO. 

WESTERN WATCHMAN. Every Saturday. Catho- 
lic. Established 1867. D. S. Phelan. editor. M. H. 
Phelan, proprietor. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circu- 
lation 5000 ; 8 pages, columns ; length of columns 19 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 

7 cent--* per line ; 3 months or more 5 cents per line ; 
Special notices 10 cents, Local notices 20 cents. Editorial 
notices 40 cents per line ; no extra charge for cuts. 

Advt. page 196. 

MILLER. 1st and loth of each month. Milling. Es- 
tablished 1S78. C. K. Reifsnider. editor. Midland Pub- 
lishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circu- 
lation 7500 ; 24 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 
inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, per 
inch 1 time $2.50; 2 times $4; 6 times $!);~24 times 
$30 ; cuts same price ; special positions 1-4 extra ; Read- 
ing notices 30 cents per line each insertion. 
Adi-i.paye 146. 

SOUTH AND WEST. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Agricultural. Established 1880. Deere-Mansnr Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription 50 
cents ; claimed circulation 30,000 : 16 pages, 4 columns ; 
length of columns 14 inches, width 21-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, 25 cents per line each insertion ; cuts 
same price. Discounts for large space or long time. Spe- 
cial positions or reading notices 20 per cent additional. 

The leading agricultural paper lit the 
Mississippi Valley. 

Ad at. page 150. 

AMERICAN JOURNAL OP EDUCATION. Monthly. 
Educational. Established 1867. J. B. Merwin, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $1 ; sworn circulation 
16,000 ; 20 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 12 inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, each inser- 
tion per line 15 cents ; per column, $16 ; per page, $50 : 
cuts same price ; front page coyer 25 per cent additional; 
last page cover 20 per cent additional ; Special notices 25 
cents per line. No order for less than $1. 

AMERICAN TRADE JOURNAL. Monthly. Com- 
mercial. Established 1881. F. F. Hilder, editor. S. M. 
Yeaman, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circula- 
tion 12,000 ; 20 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
$1.50 per inch each'insertion for 3 months or less ; longer 
than 3 months $1.35 per inch each insertion ; cute same 
price. 

Advt. page 322. 



CHRISTIAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL TEACHER. -Month- 
ly. Evangelical. Established 1875. W. W. Bowling, 
editor. Christian Publishing Co., publishers. Subscrip- 
tion 60 cents ; claimed circulation 7000 ; 36 pages, 2 col- 
umns ; length of columns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates. 10 cents per nonpareil line each inser- 
tion. Liberal discount Cor desirable advertisements run- 
ning 3 months or longer. Cuts same price. 

FORD'S CHRISTIAN REPOSITORY AND HOME 
CIRCLE. -Monthly/ Baptist. Established 1852. S. H. 
Ford, editor and proprietor. Subscription $2.50 ; sworn 
circulation 6000 ; 80 pages. 2 columns ; length of columns 
7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 15 cents per line each insertion. Nothing lees 
than $3. Cuts same price. 

Tlie largest and most widely circulated 
religious magazine In America. 

FURNITURE MANUFACTURER. -Monthly. Com- 
mercial. Established 1880. C. F. Anderson, editor; Per- 
rin & Smith, publishers. Subscription $1; estimated 
circulation 6500 : 30 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 
14 inches, \yidth 3 1-8 inches. Advertising rates furnislu d 
on application by the publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 
29 Park row, New YorK. 

HOME, FARM AND FACTORY. loth of each month. 
Agricultural. Established 1883. Calvin D. Hulbert, 
editor. Hulbert Publish in K Co.. proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion 50 cents ; claimed circulation 10.000: 8 pages, 4 
columns: length of columns 13 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 15 cents per line; per inch $2 
each insertton ; 1 inch 1 year $18: cuts same price; 
Reading notices, brevier, 40 cents per line. 
Advt. page 316. 

KUNKEL'S MUSICAL REVIEW. Monthly. Musical. 
Established 1878 I. D. Foulgon, editor. Kunkel Bros., 
proprietors. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 23,000: 
48 to 60 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 11 inches, 
width 2 7-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $225 per 
column per year; less space in proportion; cats same 
price. 

MEDICAL BRIEF. Monthly. Medical. Established 
1873. J. J. Lawrence, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $2; claimed circulation 26,000 ; 88 pages, 2 columns ; 
length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1-16 page 1 time $4 ; 6 times $20 ; 
1 year $30; 1-8 page 1 time $6; 6 times $30 ; I year |50; 
1-4 page 1 month $10 ; 6 times $50 ; 1 year $90 ; 1-2 page 
1 year $160; 1 page 1 year $300; cuts same price. 

THE IWEBICAI, BRIKH.-Thls journal, 
a monthly, now In Its twelfth year, Is the 
recognized bureau for the exchange of 
Inquiry and opinion, and for the reports oil 
oases In practical, progressive medicine, 
for the great mass of the physicians hail- 
ing from every State, <'Ity, and Town in 
the Union, irrespective of School or class; 
whether Professors of Colleges, Member* 
of Schools and Societies, or from the more 
humble, though no less Important and 
useful walks of the profession. Its cor- 
respondents hail from twenty to thirty 
States for each issue, and are physicians 
who have been practising Medicine for 
I ro in one to forty years. The policy with 
which it was started and has been con- 
ducted has made it, despite the predic- 
tions of some of its friends, the most popu- 
lar and. widely circulated medical Journal 
In the world. It has been Improved from 
tlme'to time, and its circulation, by sub- 
scription, has gradually Increased, until 
now, with its subscription price at only 
two dollars, it has overreached, by many 
thousands, the circiilxtion of any Medical 
journal published. It Is undoubtedly the 
best and cheapest medium through which 
to reach physicians throughout the United 
States, Sample copies are also largely dis- 
tributed among druggists, manufacturing 
chemists, and medico-Scientific Special- 
ists. 

Advt. page 186. 

MIDLAND FARMER. Monthly. Agricultural. Es- 
tablished 1872. C. K. Reifsnider. editor. Midland 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subsciiption 60 cents; 



JXO. F. PHILLIPS < CO."S 



GKOHGIA, FLORIDA, AND SOUTH CAROLINA. 



The Savannah Morning News, 

SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. 

THE ONLY PAPER WITHIN A RADIUS OF 115 MILES PUBLISHING THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 
DESPATCHES AND COMMERCIAL REPORTS ! THE ONLY PAPER 

IN THE STATE ISSUED EVERY DAY ! 
IT HAS BEEN PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY FOR 33 YEARS, AND HAS ABSORBED EVERY OTHER 

MORNING PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN SAVANNAH ! 

Savannah is the principal seaport and commercial city south of Baltimore, having a large foreign and domestic 
trade. It is the second city in importance in exporting Cotton, Rice, Rosin, and Turpentine, and is ulso largely 
iiiiir.iged in the Lumber Business. It is tlie centre of a large local trade, and the source of supplies for the merchant* 
of iin area of country embracing waits of Ihe States of Georgia. Florida, and South Carolina. THE DAILY MORN- 
ING NEWS, besides its large city circulation, is taken at 215 Post-offices in Georgia, 62 Post-offices in Florida, j.nd 
Jill Pest-office* in South Carolina. Its mammoth SUNDAY EDITION, 8 pages, 38 x 62 inches, is sent to all subscribers, 
giving them a paper every day in the year. 

The Savannah Weekly News, 

A MAMMOTH 8-PAGE PAPER, 38 x 52 INCHES, 

Is the favorite paper of the Farmers and Merchants of Georgia and Florida, where they have not the facilities of a 
daily mail. It is a strictly cash-in-advance paper, but withal has the largest circulation of any paper published in the 
South. It has subscribers at 429 Post-offices in Georgia, 320 Post-offices in Florida, and 39 Post-offices in South 
Carolina, and subscribers in every State in the Union. 

Advertisers will find these papers first-class mediums for addressing the buying public of Georgia, Florida, and 
South Carolina. 

J. H. ESTILL, 

3 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Ga. 



iflE^L^aiLJU J2E2L- jfiSSJfe jHWfg^^ei Ku. ^p=^ _ 

^JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE 



And AMERICAN STOCK BREEDER. 

ASOCIAL SUBSCRIPTION, 81 50 ; SIX MONTHS, 75 CENTS. 

JKfA. large cash commission to Agent*.- {, 3 
The Journal of Agriculture and American Stock Breeder is the 

largest paper of its kind in the West. It is an illustrated 16-page cut and 

W 



THE BEST FARMERS' PAPER 

T ., , And THE BEST FAMILY PAPER. 

It has been published in St. Louis for the past IS years and has nearly 175,- 
000 readers. It discusses the breeding, rearing and feeding of 




CATTLE. 


HORSES. 


(SHEEP. 


SWOE. 


Shorthorns, 


Th oroti ghbreds, 


Merinos, 


Berkshires, 


Jerseys. 
Polled Angus, 
Galloways, 
Hereford s, 
Ayreshires, 
Holsteins, 
Native Cattle. 


Trotters, 
Normans, 
Clydesdales, 
Clevelands, 
Coach Horses, 
Farm Horses, 
Shetland Ponies. 


Cotswolds, 
Lincolns, 
Leicestershires, 
Southdowns, 
Shropshire^, 
Mutton Sheep, 
Sheep for Wool. 


Poland Chinas, 
Red Jerseys, 
Chester Whites, 
Victorias, 
Yorkshires, 
Essex, 
Suffolks. 



It has also departments of Agriculture, Horticulture, Beekeeping, Poul-i 
try Raising Natural History, Weekly News, Home affairs, Woman's Work, 
, Children's letters, Markets, ana a complete Story each week 

The regular circulation to bona-fide subscribers, January 1, 1884, is 
db,000 copies. (Sworn statement sent to any advertiser.) Advertising rate 
25 cents per agate line. PH 1L CHEW, PUB., 

713 Chestnut Street^ St. Louis, Mo. 
JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO., Ageiits, 29 Park Row, New York. 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



143 



claimed circulation 34,923; 16 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns 18 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 15 cents; outsidejjpages or pages next, reading 
matter 25 cents; Reiding notices, minion. 40 cents per line 
each insertion ; no extra charge for cuts. 

The MIDLAND FARMER Is the Biggest 
newspaper Success In the West. In the 
hands of the present managers its circula- 
tion has grown from 600O In August, 
1882, to 34,923, Ap'l 1st, 1884. It accepts 
no quack Medical or other Humbug adver- 
tisements at any price. Liberal rates to 
Legitimate advertisers. 

Advt. page 146. 

ST. LOUIS MAGAZINE. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1S70. Alexander N. De Menil, editor. St. 
Louis Magazine Co., proprietors. T. J. Gilmore, man- 
ager. Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 22,500; 
48 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 7 1-4 inches ; 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonparil, 20 
cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price ; 1 page 
$25 ; inside cover page $35 ; outside cover page $50 each 
insertion. 

THE ST. LOUIS MAGAZINE has a boiia 
fide subscription list of over 22,OOO copies 
and Is sold on all trains and news-stands 



throughout the West and South. Has 
been established since 187O and is with- 
out question the best Advertising Medium 
of its class In the World. The St. Lonl* 
Magazine is growing In popularity and 
circulation faster than any similar publi- 
cation lu the United States.' 
Advt. page 194. 

PRIMARY QUARTERLY. Quarterly. Religious. 
Established 1882. W. W. Bowling, editor. Christian 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription 2 cents per 
copy ; claimed circulation 6000 ; 20 pages, 2 columns ; 
length of columns 7 1-2 inches ; width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line each inser- 
tion ; cuts same price. 



SEDALIA. 

FARMERS' JOURNAL. Monthly. Agricultural and 
mechanical. Established .1879. James H. Barley, editor 
and publisher. Subscription 25 cents ; 4 pages, 6 
columns, length of columns 20 inches; width 2 1^4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch, 1 time 
$1.50 ; 3 months $3 ; 6 months $5 ; 1 year $8 ; 1-4 column, 
1 year $20 ; 1 column, 1 time $15 ; 1 year $70 ; cuts same 
price. 



144 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.'-S 




" Politicians claim to have reformed, everything except newspaper liars." 
Philadelphia Daily Record, June 14, 1883. 

The Proprietor of the AGENTS' HERALD asks the intimidated politicians 
and advertisers, throughout the United States and Canada, " Why, gentlemen, 
cfon't you help reform newspaper liars and frauds?" Truly does Shakespeare 
say that "MANY OF YOU WEARING RAPIERS ARE AFRAID OF 
COOSE-QUILLS." See editorial pages. 



Nearly all States Lave laws requiring Banks, Insurance Companies, and Corporations gener- 
ally to regularly make affidavit of their condition, to protect their patrons. Who brought about 
the enactment of these and similar laws? The newspapers ! and yet, when defrauded newspaper 
advertisers even hint at a similar law to protect them, the ostensibly offended tricky newspaper 
publisher declares it is beneath the dignity of his profession to swear, as though swearing to the 
truth can hurt anybody. Stand from under, ye tricky publishers, for " truth is mighty and will 
prevail." 

HENCE 60,000 COPIES ACTUALLY COUNTED IS BETTEE THAN 1,000,000 

CLAIMED. 

STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, ) 
COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA, [ 

Personally appeared before me, a Notary Public, duly commissioned for the Commonwealth 
of Pennsylvania, in and for the County of Philadelphia, L. LUM SMITH, to me favorably known 
as publisher and proprietor of the AGENTS' HERALD, who, being duly sworn according to law, doth 
depose and say that the monthly circulations of the AGENTS' HEHALD (Established 1877), since and 
including the issues of December, 1879, to January, 1884, inclusive, have never been less than from 
~O,OOO to 2O4,OOO Copies Each Month. 

L. LUM SMITH. 

Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 28d day of January, A.D. 1884. 

EDMUND Q. BOWMAN, Notary Public. 

No better proof of circulation could be given than the publisher's sworn affidavit, each issue, 
for the penalty of perjury is too severe for any publisher to voluntarily place himself in the 
power of his numerous employes, who know the circulation of each issue of the paper as well 
as does the publisher himself. 

GOD SPEED THE DAY 

When truthful publishers, everywhere, will see the necessity of and the 
incalculable mutual benefits to be derived by proving their circulation to 
advertisers, as does the AGENTS' HERALD, voluntarily. There are triclty 
publishers rvho claim, circulations nearly as great or greater than the 
AGENTS' HERALD (at one half our advertising rates), but whose actual 
circulations are positively less than, 1O,OOO. 

[[Sample copies and rates of advertising mailed upon receipt of application. 



L. LUM SMITH, PUBLISHER 

AGENTS' HERALD, 
912 ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



NEWSPAPER BATE-BOOK. 



145 



NEBRASKA 



LINCOLN. 

NEBRASKA STATE JOURNAL. Every morning 
except Monday, and WEEKLY.Thursdays. Republican. 
Established 18(58. Chas. H. Gore, editor. State Journal 
Co., proprietiirs. Subscription, daily $10, claimed cir- 
culation 33IX); weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 2496; 
8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 1-4 inches, 
width 2 1-0 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 
1 inch 1 time $1 : 1 week $3.50 ; 1 month $5 ; 3 months 
$10; 6 months $17 ; 1 year $30 ; 1 year a inches $45; 3 
inches $60; 4 inches $72; 10 inches $144; cuts sunie 
price; E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a week 
1-3 of daily monthly rates ; special positions 1-4 to 1-2 
more ; Reading notices, 10 lines to an inch, 1-2 more 
than ordinary rates. Weekly 5-8 of daily rates. Solid 
cuts required. 

NEBRASKA FARMER. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Agricultural. Established 1877. O M. Druse, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $1.50, claimed circulation 
4800 ; 20 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 10 inches ; 
width [2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1.50 ; 1 month $2.63 ; 2 months $5.12 ; 3 months 
$7.50 ; 1 year $24 ; 3 inches 1 month $7.74 ; 2 months 
$14.84; 3 months $21.78 ; 1 year $69.93; 5 inches 1 year 
$114 ; cuts same price : Reading notices, each 7 lines 
same price as 1 inch ordinary advertisement. 

NEBRASKA CITY. 

NEBRASKA PRESS. Every morning except Monday,- 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Republican. Established 
1858. A. A. Brown, editor. Brown Bros., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $10, claimed circulation 800 ; weekly 
$2, claimed circulation 2000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length 
of columns 23 inches ; width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, daily. 1 inch 1 time $1 ; 1 ' week $2.25 ; 

1 month $7.50 ; 3 months $10 ; 6 months $15* ; 1 year $27 ; 

2 inches 3 months $12, 1 year $33 ; 6 inches 1 year $72; 
cuts same price ; Special notices per line 1 week 50 
cents; 1 month $1 ; Local notices 20 cents per line each 
insertion ; solid cuts required. 

OMAHA. * 

BEE. Every morning and evening, Sunday morning, 
and WEEKLY Wednesdays. Anti-monopoly. Estab- 
lished 1871. E. Rosewater, editor. Bee Publishing 
Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $10 ; sworn circu- 
lation 6672; weekly $2 ; sworn circulation '25,632; 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns 22 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, agate, 1 inch 
$1.50; 1 week $5.50: 1 month $10; 3 months $24; 6 
.months $40 ; 1 year $72 ; cuts same price ; E. O. W. 3-4, 
2 times a week 3-5, 1 time a week 2-5 of daily monthly 



and 



inch 20 cents per line "per time ; Notices 20 cent* , 
Local notices 30 cents ; Business mention 35 cents ; 
Reading among news 50 cents per line per time solid 
cuts required. A. F. Richardson, 65 Tribune building, 
New York, Eastern agent. 



HERALD. Every morning except Monday, 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. Established 



* AAnMUV IV lw OU (sCHba ptl lllll: 

pace. Weekly 2-3 daily monthly 




rates. 



REPUBLICAN. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Established 1858. 
Fred Nye, editor. C. E. Yost, business manager. Sub- 
scription, daily $10, claimed circulation 5400 ; weekly 
$1.50; sworn circulation 10,752; 8 pages (weekly 12 
pages), 6 columns ; length of columns 20 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 
10 lines 1 time $1; 1 week $350; 1 mouth $7.50; 3 
months $14; 6 months $24 ; 1 year $36 ; 20 lines 3 months 
$20 ; 1 year $60 : 40 lines 3 months $36; 1 year $100 ; 100 
lines! year $250; cuts same price; E. O. D. 1-3 more 
than for same number of consecutive insertions; Special 
10 cents per line first, subsequent insertions 5 cents ; 
Locals, minion, 25 cents ; 1 week 20 cents; 1 month 15 
cents; 3 months 12 1-2 cents per line per.time. Weekly 
10 lines 1 time $2; 1 month $6.75; 3 months $18; 6 
months $32.50; 1 year $50; 40 lines 3 months $48 ; 1 year 
$125; 100 lines 1 year $200; Locals 1 time 50 cents, sub- 
sequent insertions 40 cents ; 6 months 30 cents ; 1 year 
25 cents per line each insertion; solid cuts required. 

I. W. MINER, In-ill^- first duly sworn, 
deposes and says that lie is secretary of 
Till-; OMAHA REPUBLICAN, and that 
th coverage circulation of the WEEKLY 
REPUBLICAN, from December 15,1882. 
to December 7, 1883, both Inclusive, flfty- 
two weeks, has been ten thousand and 
seven hundred and fifty-two (1O,752) 
copies per week. I. W.MINER. Subscribed 
and sworn to before me, this seventh day 
of December, A.D. 1883. IE. E. BALCH, 
Notary Public in and for Douglas Co. 
Daily circulation 54OO. 

RURAL NEBRASKA. Monthly. Agricultural. Es- 
tablished 1869. H. S. Smith & Co., editors and publish- 
ers. Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 7850; 20 
pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 11 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch $2 
each insertion ; cuts same price ; preferred positions ex- 
tra ; Reading notices 25 cents per line each insertion. 

The leading agricultural and live stock 
journal of the West. It reaches the better 
class of farmers, stock breeders and others 
engaged in similar pursuits. 



NEVADA 



CARSON CITY. 



MORNING APPEAL. Every morning except Mon- 
day. Republican. Established 1862. Samuel P. Davis, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $8 ; claimed circu- 
lation 1500 ; 4 pages, G columns ; length of columns 16 



inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 
cents per line per month ; cuts same price. 

Leading Republican paper in the State, 
published at the Capital. It is not in the 
pay ofany mining corporation. It tells the 
exact truth regarding Comstock develop- 
ments. 



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Its 35,000 Readers 

Throughout the West, South, and Southwest form a class 
of Buyers the Best in the Land. 



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CIRCULATION. 

July, 1882, old management 6,000 

August, new management 6,000 

September 16,000 

November 19,800 

January, 1883 23,400 

February 25,300 

October 26,200 

December 29,500 

January, 1884 32,846 

February 34,923 



ADVERTISING RATES, 

SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. 

Ordinary pages, per Agate line, each inser- 
tion 15 cts. 

Outside pages 25 cts. 

Pages next to reading matter 25 cts. 

Reading Notices, Minion type 40 cts. 



No Quack, Medical, or other humbug advertise- 
ments taken at any price. 



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Late Business Manager to SUCCESS of 
THE AGE OF ST3SEJL,. 



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Late THOMAS & STONE, Publishers 
COMMERCIAL GAZETTE AND ST. LOUIS MILLER. 



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NEWSPAPER KATE-BOOK. 



147 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



CONCORD. 

MONITOR. Every evening except Sunday, and IN- 
DEPENDENT STATESMAN, Thursdays. Republican. 
Established, daily 1804, weekly 1823. P. B. Cogswell, 
editor. Republican Tress Association, proprietors. Ed- 
ward C. Jenks, manager. Subscription, daily $6, claim- 
ed circulation 1360 ; weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 
9500 ; daily 4 pages, 7 columns, weekly 8 pages 6 col- 
umns ; length of columns 23 inches (weekly 21 inches), 
width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil. 
1 inch 1 time 75 cents ; 1 week $2 ; 1 month $4 ; 3 months 
$7 ; (5 months $11 ; 1 year $18; 5 inches 1 year $85 ; 1 
column 1 time $11 ; 1 year $350; cuts same price ; E. O. 

D. 2-3 daily monthly rates ; Special notices 1-2 extra ; 
Business notices 10 cents per line per time. Weekly, 1 
inch or less 1 time $1 ; 1 month $2.50 ; 3 months $(i.50 ; 
6 months $12; 1 year $20; Special notices 1-2 extra; 
Business notices 15 cents per line each insertion. 

Advt. page%2&. 

PEOPLE AND PATRIOT. Every Thursday. Demo- 
cratic. Established 1809. W. H. Mt-tculf, editor. Pear- 
son & Pattee, proprietors. Subscription $1.25 ; claimed 
circulation 10,500 ; 8 pages, (i columns ; length of col- 
umns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Ad veriisir.g rates, 
nonpareil, per inch or less 1 time $1.50; 1 month $3.75 ; 3 
months $10 ; 6 months $18 ; 1 year $30 ; cuts same price; 

E. O. W. 2-3 weekly monthly rate ; Special notices 33 1-3 
per cent additional ; Business notices in reading type 20 
cents per line each insertion. 

Advt. page 262. 



im\ i::e. 

MORNING STAR. Every Wednesday. Free Baptist. 
Established 182(5. C. A. Bickford, editor. I. D. Stewart, pro- 
prietor. 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 time Scents ; 1 month 4 cents ; 3 months or longer 3 
cents per line each insertion. Cuts same price. Reading 
notices 75 per cent extra. 



MANCHESTER. 

MIRROR AND AMERICAN. Every evening, except 
Sunday, and MIRROR AND FAKMER, Thursdays. 
Republican. Established 1850. John B. Clarke, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription, daily $6, claimed circu- 
lation 2600, weekly $1 ; sworn circulation 17.795 ; daily 4 
pages, 7 columns; weekly 8 pages, 8 columns; length of 
columns 23 inches (weekly 22 inches), width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, agate, 7 lines 1 time 75 cents ; 1 
week $2.25; 1 month $5 ; 3 months $10 ; 6 months $15; 1 
year $20 ; 1-4 column 3 months $80 ; 1 year $175 ; cuts 



same price; E.O.D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a week 
1-3 daily monthly rates ; Special notices 50 per cent. 
Reading notices 100 per cent extra ; double columns 
must be 1-2 column deep. Weekly 1 time 14 cents; 1 
month 50 cents ; subsequent insertions 121-2 cents per 
line. Discounts: $10, 5 percent; $20, 10 per cent ; $30, 15 
per cent ; $50, 20 per cent ; $75, 25 per cent ; $100 ( 30 per 
cent; $150, 33 1-3 per cent ; $400, 50 per cent ; solid cuts re- 
quired. 

A larger circulation tban any two oilier 
Weeklies published In New Hampshire. 
Tlie only Agricultural paper In any Mate 
except Ohio, Missouri and Indiana, that 
cliarares less than a cent a line for each 
thousand circulation lor single Insertion. 
Advt. page 314. 

UNION. Every morning and evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Established 
1851. J. C. Moore, editor. Union Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $6, claimed circulation 
10,000; weekly $1.25, claimed circulation 11,500 ; daily 4 
pages, 9 columns; weekly 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 24 1-2 inches (weekly 21 inches), width 2 1-16 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 9 lines 1 time 
$1 ; 1 week $3.50; Tmonth $7.50 ; 3 months $14; 6 months 
$25; 1 year $40 ; Greater space in proportion; cuts same 
price; Special notices 5 cents; Local notices 10 cents; Ed- 
itorial notices, in brevier, 20 cents per line each insertion. 
Weekly, each 9 lines 1 time $1 ; 1 month $2.50 ; 3 months 
$6,75; 6 months $13; 1 year $20; solid cuts required. 

AMERICAN YOUNG FOLKS. 1st and 15th of each 
month. Juvenile. Established 1875. George W. Browne, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription 75 cents ; claimed 
circulation 6000 ; 8 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
14 inches, width 21-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 25 cents per line ; 3 lines 6 times $2 ; 1 inch 1 time 
$2.60 ; 3 inches $5; 1 column $20; cuts same price. 

One of the best advertising mediums for 
Card and Novelty dealers. 



PORTSMOUTH. 

EVENING TIMES. Every evening except Sunday 
and STA'J ES AND UNluN, Fridays. Democratic. Es- 
tablished, daily 1868, weekly 1863. A. A. Hanseotn, ed- 
itor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $5, estimated 
circulation 1000 ; weekly $1.50. estimated circulation 
1800; 4 pages, 6 columns (weekly 8 columns); length of 
columns 20 inches (weekly 24 3-4 mches),width 2 1-4 inch- 
es. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 time 75 cents; 
1 weekj$2; 1 month $4. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1; 1 month 
$2; 3 months $4; 1 year $8; cuts same price; special rates 
for large space. 



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FIFTY-FIFTH YEA.R. 






STANDARD, 



SYRACUSE, N. Y. 



Circulation of the 'Daily, over - 

Weekly, 



50OO 
28OO 



THE ONLY EIGHT-PAGE DAILY IN CENTRAL NEW YORK. 
SHEETS CUT AND FASTED. 

With its Associated Press despatches and special telegrams the STANDARD publishes more 
telegraphic news than any other newspaper in Central New York. Its Market and Financial 
Reports are not excelled in the State, outside of New York City. 

The distribution of its reading matter and arrangement of its pages make the STANDARD 
the best advertising medium in Syracuse. 

Six Dollars a Year. Single Copies, Two Cents. 

Daily Evening Post, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Has the largest circulation of any Evening Paper published in America out- 
side of New York, and is the most popular Evening Journal published on the 
Pacific Coast. 

As a medium for advertisers it surpasses all others. 

Its circulation is more than double that of any other evening paper in Cali- 
fornia. 



THE I> AILY FOHT is delivered by carriers at 15 cents a week. 
By mail, postage free : one year, $6 ; six months, $3 ; three months, $1.50. 

THE AVEEKL, Y IPOST, enlarged, $2 a year, postage free. 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



149 



NEW JERSEY 



CAMDEN. 

POST. Every evening except Sunday. Republican. 
Established 1875. Henry L. Bo mail, editor. Barn-am L. 
Bonsai), publisher. Subscription $3 ; claimed circulation 
4100; 4 page*, 6 columns; length of columns 18 3-4 inches, 
width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line, 
1 time 10 cents. 1 week 30 cents, 1 month $1.04, 3 months 
$2.34, 1 year $6 24; cuts name price ; Heading, \rl page 
10 cents ; Postals, 1st page 15 cents; solid cuts required. 

Only two dallies in the entire State ex- 
ceed ilie Post In circulation. Sold by hun- 
dreds of newsboy* at the Terries between 
C'amdeu and Philadelphia, and to the 
passengers lor Cape jHay, l^oiiu, Branch 
and all the Jer.cy summer resorts. 



JERSEY CITY. 

EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Republican. Established 18t7. Z. K. Pangborn, 
editor. The Evening Journal Association, proprietors. 
Joseph A. Dear, business manager. Subscription, $0 ; 
sworn circulation 9632 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of 
columns 23 inches, width 2 3-10 inches. Advertising' rates, 
agate, 4 lines 1 time 50 cents, 1 week $1.50, 1 month $51; 
10 lines or more, 1 time 10 cents per line ; subsequent 
insertions 5 cents, 2 weeks 50 cents, 1 month 85 cents, 3 
months $2, 6 months $3.50, 1 year $5; cuts 1-2, double 
columns 1-3, 4th page 1-3, between editions 4th page 2-3, 
1st page 100 per cent extra; E. O. D. fiO per cent, 2 times 
a week 40 per cent daily monthly rates ; Special notices, 
leaded nonpareil, 15 cents, 1 week 80 cents, 1 month $2, 
3 months $4, 1, year $12 per line; City notices, leided 
nonpareil, before Marriages and Deaths 1 time 25 cents, 
1 week $1.50, 1 month $4, 3 months $10, 1 year $24 per 
line, count; pure reading-matter, not less than 4 lines, 
50 cents per lino each insertion ; solid cuts required. 

The Evening Journal Is pre-eminently a 
family paper whose readers are from all 
parties and all classes. Its growth In 
public favor is shotvii by the increase In 
its average daily circulation, which was in 
1880, 6825; in 1881, 723O; In 1882, 8313; 
In 1883, 9632. It Is now over 1O,OOO daily 
and steadily increasing. 

Advt. page 60. 



NEWARK. 

ADVERTISER. Every evening except Sunday, and 
SENTINEL OF FREEDOM, Tuesdays. Republican. 
Established, daily 1*32, weekly 1796. Thos. T. Kinney, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $8 ; claimed 
circulation 0500 ; weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 1500 ; 
4 pages, 9 columns; length of columns 25 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rate.", daily, agate, 8 lines or 
leas 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2, 1 month $5, 3 months 
$10, months $16, 1 year $30; Special notices 8 lines 1 
time $1, 1 week $3, 1 mouth $8, 3 months $15; Business 
notices 4 lines or less each insertion $1, each additional 
line 25 cents; subsequent insertions 20 cents per line; 
inside page 1-2 more than ordinary rates ; E. O. D. 3-4, 
2 times a week 1-2 daily monthly rates. Weekly 8 linos, 1 
time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months $6, 6 months $10, 1 year 
$18; Special notices 1-2 extra; no cuts inserted. 



EVENING NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1833. H. A. Steel, editor. 
Wallace M. Scndder, publisher. Subscription $ti ; esti- 
mated circulation 6000; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of 
column 22 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 time 10 cents; subsequent insertions 5 cents 
per line ; Discounts : 1 month 20 per cent, 3 monthtsSO per 
cent, ti months 40 per cent. 1 year 50 per cent: cuts and 
double column special rates; Reading notices 3d and 4th 
pages 20 cents, 2d page 30 cents, 1st page 50 cents pel- 
line; solid curved cuts required. 

The NEWS has a larger circulation than 
any other dally paper published In the 
State of New Jersey, and has an edition 
almost as large as any two papers pub- 
lished in Newark. 

Advt. page 308. 

JOURNAL. Every evening except Snnday,and WEEK- 
LY, Saturdays. Democratic. Established 1857. Will- 
iam B. Guild, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily 
$7, estimated circulation 3000 ; weekly $1.50, estimated 
circulation 4500 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 
25 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 8 lines Itimefl, 1 week $2, 1 month $5, 3 
months $10, 6 months $20, 1 year $30 ; 56 lines 3 months 
$70, 1 year $175 ; cuts same price ; inside pages 1-2 more. 
E. O. D. 1-4, 2 times a week 1-2 more than for same num- 
ber of consecutive, insertions. Business notices 4 lines 
or less $1, each additional line 20 cents each insertion. 
Weekly 8 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months $6, 1 
year $20. Cuts same price in weekly ; none inserted in 
daily. 

Advt. page 340. 

MORNING REGISTER. Every morning except Sun- 
day. Democratic. Established 1869. M. H. C. Vail, ed- 
itor and proprietor Subscription $5; claimed circula- 
tion 5500; 4 pages 8 columns ; length of columns 251-2 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. The Register publishes no 
advertising rates. 

NEW JERSEY DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG. -Every 
morning, and SUNDAY TRIBUNE, Sundays. German. 
Established 1877. Charles Voelker and Louis Dunner- 
berg, editors. New Jersey Deutsche Zeitung Publish- 
ing Co., proprietors. Subscription, dai/y, $7.50, 
claimed circulation 2573 ; Sunday $2, claimed circula- 
tion 3025 ; daily 4 pages, 9 columns ; Sunday 8 pages 
columns ; length ol columns 26 1-2 inches (Sunday 20 
inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2. 1 month $5 
3 months $10, 6 months $18, 1 year $30 ; 20 lines $50, 40 
lines $80, 1-4 column $1301 year; daily and Sunday 15 
per cent extra. No extra charge for cuts. 

The only German dally Democratic pa- 
per in tliis Democratic State, and has 
gained more subscribers during the last 
year than any other German paper In New 
Jersey. 

NEW JERSEY FREIE ZEITUNG. Every evening 
except Sunday, and EUZAEHLER, Sundays. German. 
Republican. Estab.ished 1858. B. Prieth, editor -and 
proprietor. Subscription, daily with Sunday $9, esti- 
mated circulation 45UO (Sunday 6000); daily 4 pages, 9 
columns, Sunday 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
261-2 inches (Sunday 19 3-4 inches;, width 21-5 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 
1 week $2,1 month $5,3 months $10, 1 year $30 ; cuts 
same price. Special rates for large space in either daily 
or Sunday. 



150 JNO. F, PHILLIPS A CO '8 



ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH 

JOSEPH PULITZER, Editor and Proprietor. 



OUR CIRCULATION. 



Tho regular, borw-ficle circulation of the Po.sT-Dis PATCH for the hist seven publication days was 
at- follows : 

February Hi 3O,GOO 

February IS 30,740 

February 19 29,24O 

February 20 29,27O 

February 2t 29,650 

February 22 29,000 

February 23 3 l,25O 



Average per day 3O,1O5 

1). W. WOODS, CASHIER. I. G. KAPPNER, BUSINESS MANAOER. 

Sworn to, and subscrrbed before me, this 23d day of February, 1884. Mv commission expires 
April 17, 1887. BENJ. A. SUPPAN, NOTARY PUBLIC. 



All business communications receive prompt and careful attention. Address 

POST-DISPATCH, St. Louis. 



I 



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"SOUTH & WEST" 

ISSUED BY THE 

DEERE-MANSUR PUBLISHING CO., 

ST. LOUIS, ZMC'O., 

Is a large sixteen-page, four-column paper, cut and pasted, well 
printed on good stock, published semi-monthly, at the low price 
of 50 cents per year. 

It is strictly an Agricultural and Family paper (politics being 
entirely ignored). Its owners have recently added capital and energy 
to the business, and they aim to make it the leading Agricultural Paper 
in the Mississippi Valley. 

A limited number of first-class advertisements will be received; 
rate, 25 cents per line per insertion (Agate measure). Width of 
column 13*/2 ems pica ; length of full column 14 inches. 

Address all communications, and make all orders payable to 

"SOUTH AND WEST." 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 









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SUNDAY CALL. Independent. Established 1872. 
John J. Leidy, editor. Ure & Schoch, proprietors. Sub- 
scription $9.50; sworn circulation 13,572 ; 8 pages, 9 col- 
umns ; length of columns 23 1-2 inches, width 2 1-10 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch or less 1 
time $1, each additional inch 1 time 75 cents ; each inch 
every subsequent insertion 75 cents ; double columns 
1-2, double column with rule in 1-4, space of cuts 1-2, 
E. O. W. 1-10 additional ; special rates for 1st, 4th, 5th or 
8th pages ; Items of interest, first 20 cents, subsequent in- 
sertions 16 cents per line ; Business notices, flrst 2> 
cents, subsequent insertions 20 cents per line. Solid 
curved cuts required. 

COACH PAINTER. Monthly. Established 1880. H. 
A. Doty, edi:or. Murphy & Co., Proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $1 ; estimated circulation 7000: 28 pages, 3 columns; 
length of columns 9 3-4 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 1-4 column 1 time $5 ; 3 times 
$12, 6 times $20, 1 year $35 ; 1 column 1 time $15, 3 times 
$35, 6 times $60, 1 year $110 ; 1 page 1 year $300 ; cuts 
ta.mc price. 

PATERSON. 

GUARDIAN. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. Established 1841. 
Carleton M. Ilerrick, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion daily $7, claimed circulation 3600 ; weekly 
$1.50, claimed circulation 600 ; 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns ; length of columns 24 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1-2 inch 1 time 50 
cents, 1 week $1.50, 1 month $3.50, 3 months $6, 1 ye:ir 
$15 ; 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2, 1 month $5.25, 3 
months $10, 1 year $25 ; each additional inch 3 months 
$6, 1 year $15 ; cuts same price ; inside pages 25 per 
cent, Reading notices 50 per cent additional. City 
Items 20 cents per liny each insertion. Weekly 1 month 
or over 1-2 daily rates. Daily and weekly 1-3 more than 
daily rates. 

PRESS. Every evening except Sunday, and W T EEKLY, 
Thursdays. Republican. Established 1803. George 
Wurts, editor. George 8. Chiswell, publisher. Sub- 
scription, daily $7.50, claimed circulation 2300; weekly 
$1.50, claimed circulation 500 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; 
length of columns 24 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time 75 cents ; 1 
week $2, 1 month $5.25,3 months $10,1 year $25; cuts 
same price ; Special notices 50 per cent additional ; Busi- 
ness notices 20 cents per line each insertion. E. O. D. 
90 per cent of daily monthly rates. Weekly 1 month or 
over 1-2 of daily rates. 



RAHWAY. 

LEISURE HOURS. Monthly. Literary. Established 
1876. W. L. Mershon & Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 15,000 : 64 pages, 



2 columns ; length of column 7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per line 
each insertion ; cuts same price. 

Advt. page 34. 




TRENTON, 

STATE GAZETTE. Every morning except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursday. Republican. Established 1792. 
John L. Murphy, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
daily $5, claimed circulation 2600 ; weekly $2, claimed 
circulation 7000; daily 4 pages, 7 columns ; weekly 8 
pages, 6 columns ; lensth of columns, daily 26 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 
5 lines 1 time 50 cents ; 1 week $1 75, 1 month $4.80, 3 
months $8.50. 1 year $18 ; 10 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 week 
$2.50, 1 month $6.95, 3 months $12.35, 1 year $26 ; 20 
lines 3 months $19.65, 1 year $41.40 ; 1-4 column 1 year 
$105 ; Business notices, first 10 cents, subsequent inser- 
tions 5 cents per line. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1.50, 1 



$1.50, 
lines. 



month $4.20, 3 months $9.40, 1 year $25 ; 20 lines. 3 
months $13.55, 1 year $36; 1-4 column 1 year $77. No 
cuts inserted in either daily or weekly. Business notices 
first 20 cents, subsequent insertions 10 cents per line. 

TRUE AMERICAN. Every morning except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. Established, 
daily 1850, weekly 1800. Moses Daniel Naar, editor. 
Naar, Day & Naar, proprietors. Subscription, daily $5, 
claimed circulation 2600; weekly $1.50, claimed circu- 
lation 1000; daily 4 pages, 7 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 
6 columns ; length of columns 22 inches (weekly 20 1-2 
inches), width "2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 50 cents, 2 times 75 cents, 1 week 
$1.25, 1 month $3, 3 months $0.15, 6 months $9, 1 year 
$12; 3 inches $31.20, 6 inches $55.20 1 year ; 1 column 1 
lime $6, 1 year $144 ; cuts same price. E. O. D. or 2 
times a week 1-4 more than for same number of consecu- 
tive insertions. Business notices 1 time 10 cents, each 
subsequent insertion 5 cents per line Weekly, 1 inch 1 
time 60 cents, 1 month $1.85,3 months $3 80, 6 months 
$6, 1 year $9.25 ; 3 inches $25.50, 6 inches $43.75 ; 1 col- 
umn 1 time $4 80, 1 year $74. Daily and weekly 1-2 more 
than daily rates. 



152 JNO. F. PHILLIPS A CO.'S 



UTICA MORNING HERALD, 

TJTICA, NEW YORK. 



POINTS FOR ADVERTISERS. 

. THE UTICA HERALD is the best newspaper to meet the wants of the million people who dwell in the section of 
c -ntral New York, through which it circulates, because : 

First. THE UTICA HERALD is complete in every department of advanced journalism. 

Second. THE UTICA HERALD'S facilities for gathering news are the best and most expensively organized of any 
interior newspaper in the State. 

Third. THE UTICA HERALD prints more news, in a more compact and acceptable shape, than any of the great 
metropolitan dailies. It is enabled to do this by its careful and conscientious system of condensation. 

Fourth. THE UTICA HERALD prints the latest telegraphic news up to the hour of going to press, which is from 
one to three hours later news than can be obtained in a New York newspaper. 

Fifth. THE UTICA HEKALD market reports are edited with care, and are complete in every branch of commer- 
cial information. 

Sixth. THE UTICA HERALD is the official organ of the dairy and hop organizations, and contains the most com- 
plete record of markets and general information relating to these leading agricultural industries of central New York 
published anywhere in the world. 

Seventh. THE UTICA HERALD employs more than a hundred special correspondents, intelligent and reliable 
men, located in every town and village in central New York, who are under instructions to telegraph the latcs-t news 
from their localities every day in the year. Its department of Northern and Central Counties has no rival anywhere.. 

Eighth. THE UTICA HERALD employs trained correspondents at the State and National Capitals, in the metrop- 
olis, and at other news centres, to supplement and comment upon the news of the Associated Press. THE UTICA 
HERALD is the only morning paper between Albany and Syracuse which prints the Associated Press news. 

Ninth. THE UTICA HEKALD, while strongly Republican in its politics, and zealous in defence of American labor 
and industrial development, is fearless!}' independent in its editorial discussion. It never hesitates to condemn 
wrong tendencies and bad acts, by whomsoever done or defended. Its editorial columns are fresh, breezy, and ente: - 
taining, discussing with freedom and fulness all social, moral, and religious questions of the day. 

TMfJi. THE UTICA HERALD contains specially prepared reviews of all the new books and magazines. It prints 
more original matter, and supplies its columns with a greater variety of healthy and entertaining reading than any 
other paper within its parish. 

le>:etilfi..TuE UTICA HERALD is especially adapted to meet the wants of city, village, and rural readers, and is 
an equally welcome visitor at the family circle, the counting-room, and the farmhouse. 

- Twelfth. And finally, THE UTICA HERALD is the oldest, and largest paper, with the largest circulation, the most 
and the best reading matter, and it is equally good and readable every day and every year. This is why its lists con- 
tain the names of hundreds of subscribers who have taken the HERALD for ten, twenty, and thirty years, and who 
could nor get along without it. This is why its circulation is constantly and steadily growing. 



THE WEEKLY HERALD is the largest and best farm and family journal published in New York State. By publish- 
ing DOUBLE SUPPLEMENTS at regular intervals, it is enabled to supply more reading matter, for all members of the 
family than has ever before been offered in central New York for a like amount of money. 

The circulation of THE UTICA HERALD being much greater than that of other newspapers published in central 
New York, it is unequalled as an advertising medium. 

Advertising schedule mailed on application. 

SUBSCRIPTION TEROTS. (Postage free on all editions.) MORNING HERALD, $8 a year, $-2 a quarter. 
WKEKLY HERALD, $1.50 a year. Address 



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ALBANY. 

ARGUS. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Democratic. Established 18)3. The Argus Co., editors 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $8, claimed circu- 
lation 7800; Sunday $2, claimed circulation 15,000; 
weekly $1, claimed circulation 14,000 ; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns ; length of columns 21 inches, width 21-3 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1 ; 2 
limes $1.7") ; 5 times $1 ; 1 month $9; 3 months $22 ; 6 
months $30 ; 1 year $50 ; 50 lines 3 months $6."> ; 1 year 
$150; 100 lines 1 year $275. Only 4 insertions per week 
given on long contracts. Cuts same price ; Special no- 
tices double; E. O. D. 15 per cent, 2 times a week 20 per 
cent, 1 time a week 30 per cent more than for same regu- 
lar insertions ; Business notices 1 time 20 cents ; subse- 
quent insertions 12 cents per line; Reading notices 25 
cunts per line per time. Sunday, ordinary advertising 10 
cents; Reading notices 25 cents per line each insertion; 
Local notices 40 cents per line each insertion. Weekly 10 
cents per line each insertion. Discounts : 3 months 20 
per cent, 6 months 3U per cent, 1 year 40 per cent ; double 
columns 13 1-3 cents per line each insertion ; solid curved 
cuts required! 

EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and JOURNAL, Fridays. Republican. Established 
1830. The Journal Co., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $9, claimed circulation 6700 ; weekly $1, 
claimed circulation 15,600 : 4 pages, 9 columns ; length 
of columns 23 inches, width 2 i-3 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time 80 cents ; 5 times 
if 3 ; 1 month $7 ; 3 months $17 ; 6 months $25 : 1 year 
$40 ; 50 lines 3 months $53 ; 1 year $120 ; 100 lines 3 
months $90; 1 year $220; only 4 insertions per week 
given on regular contracts ; cuts same price ; Special 
notices 10 1 ) per cent, double columns 40 per cent extra ; 
Business notices 1 time 20 cents ; subsequent insertions 
12 cents ; Reading; notices 25 cents per line. Weekly 
10 cents per line each insertion. Discounts: 3 months 20 
per cent, 6 months 30per cent, 1 year 40 per cent ; double 
columns 13 1-3 cents per line each insertion. 
Advt. page 208. 

MORNING EXPRESS. Every morning, and EX- 
PRESS, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1857. A. 
A. Keyes, editor. Albany Morning Express Co., propri- 
etors. Subscription, daily $7.50, claimed circulation 
tiOOO; weekly $1, claimed circulation 1500; 4 pages, 8 
columns; length of columns 27 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 5 lines 1 time50 cents; 
1 week $1.50; 1 month $4; 3 months $8; 1 year $20; 10 
lines 1 time 75 cents ; 1 week $2.50 ; 1 mouth $4.50 ; 3 
months $15; 6 months $20; 1 year $30 ; 30 lines 1 month 
$10.50: 3 months $30; 1 year $65; 100 lines 1 year $205 ; 
only 5 insertions per week given ; cuts same price ; E. O. 
1). 2-3 daily monthly rates; special positions and double 
columns 1-4, Special notices 1-2 extra; Reading notices 
20 cents per line each insertion; 6 months $6: 1 year 
$10. Sunday 10 cents per line per time. Weekly 10 
lines 1 time $1 ; 1 month $2; 1 year $12. 

PRESS AND KNICKERBOCKER. Every morning 
except Sunday, SUNDAY PRESS, Sundays, and PRESS, 
Wednesdays. Independent. Established 1843. The 
Press Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$0, claimed circulation 10,000 ; Sunday $2, claimed 
circulation 10,000; weekly $1, circulation 3500 ; 4 pages 7 
columns (Sunday 8 pages); length of columns 21 1 2 inches, 
width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 
lines 1 time 80 cents ; 1 week $3 ; 1 month $7 ; 3 months 
$17 ; months $25 ; 1 year $40 ; each additional 10 lineo 



3 months $9 ; 1 year 20 : only 3 insertions per week given 
on long contracts ; cuts 1-4 extra ; Special notices 15 
cents, Reading notices 25 cents per line each insertion. 
Sunday ordinary advertising 10 cents per line each inser- 
tion ; cuts 1-4 extra ; Local jottings 15 cents, Reading 
notices 25 and 50 cents per line. Weekly 10 cents per 
line. Solid cuts required. 

'I' hi- Popular Family Newspapers In Al- 
bany and vicinity. 

Advt. page 212. 


TIMES. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY 
Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1856. T. C. Cal- 
licott, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $7, 
estimated circulation 3000 ; weekly $1.5u, estimated cir- 
culation 4000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 25 
inches-, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily 10 lines 1 time 75 cents; 1 week $2.50; 1 mont.li 
$0.50 ; 3 months $15: 1 year $30 ; cuts same price ; only 
5 insertions a week given on long contracts. Special 
rates for large space in either daily or weekly. 

CATHOLIC TELEGRAPH. Every Saturday. Roman 
Catholic. Established 1878. M. J. Louden, editor. Catho- 
lic Telegraph Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$2; estimated circulation 6000 ; 8 pages, 5 columns; 
length of columns 18 1-2 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. For 
advertising rates address the publisher, or Jno. F. Phil- 
lips & Co., 28 Park row, New York. 

CULTIVATOR AND COUNTRY GENTLEMAN. 
Every Thursday. Agricultural. Established 1831. Lu- 
ther Tucker & Son, editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2.50; claimed circulation 21.000 ; 20 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns 13 inches, width 21-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, 30 cents per line (less than 4 lines $1) 
each insertion ; outside pages 40 cents (less than 4 lines 
$1.50}; 1st page or any special position 50 cents per line 
each insertion; cuts same price; Special notices 50 cents 
per line each insertion. First insertion of all advertise- 
ments will be on outside pages and charged accordingly. 

MEDICAL ANNALS. Monthly. Medical. Established 
1880. Fred. C. Curtis, M.D., Lorenzo Hale, M.D., A. 
Van Derveer, M.I)., J. B. St9nehouse, M.D., Willis G. 
Tucker, M.D., editors. Burdick & Taylor, proprietors. 
Subscription $1; claimed circulation 2000; 40 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns 7 1-2 incnes, width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-10 page 1 month 
$2. 3 months $5, 1 year $16; 1-2 page 1 month $6, 3 months 
$16, 1 year $55; cuts same price. 

FOREST, FORGE AND FARM. Monthly. Agricult- 
ural and mechanical. Established 1880. H. S. Qnacken- 
bush, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1; estimated 
circulation 10,500; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 
10 1-2 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $2.50, 6 times $12.75, 1 year $24; 2 
inches $40.75; 3 inches $57.50; cuts same price. 

Read by Sportsmen, Farmers and Me- 
chanics. 

Advt. page 206. 

POULTRY MONTHLY. Monthly. Established 1378. 
T. M. Ferris, editor. Ferris Publishing Co., proprietoro. 
Subscription $1.25; claimed circulation 3500; 28 to 40 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns 9 inches, width 2 1-12 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, per inch per mon-.h 
$1.40; cuts same price. 

Advt. page 206. 



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The Circulation of the various editions of THE DETROIT FREE PRESS is as follows : 

Circulation of DAILY (average), I5,OOO Copies. 

SUNDAY, 2I,OOO 

WEEKLY (United Slates), 7O,OOO 

WEEKLY (English Edition), 8O,OOO 

Published at 325 Strand, London, Eng. 

The steady increase of circulation in all the editions of THE FREE PRESS 
not only evidences the growing popularity of the paper, but its permanence. 

The circulation of THE FREE PRESS has not been built up in a few months 
by sensationalism of a fleeting character, but is the steady and permanent growth 
of many years. 

These are facts well worth the attention of advertisers. THE FREE PRESS 
offers better advantages to permanent advertisers than any other journal of 
equal circulation and character in the United States. 



SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 

DAILY, Seven Dollars per Year. WEEKLY, One Dollar per Year. 

ADVERTISING RATES. 

In WEEKLY, 4O Cents per line. In DAILY, W Cents per line. 



Liberal discounts to yearly advertisers. For estimates on long-time adver- 
tisements, apply to 

DETROIT FREE PRESS CO., Detroit, Mich,, 
Or J. J. FLYNN, General Eastern Agent, No. 3 Park Row, New York. 



NEWSPAPER BATE-BOOK. 



ALFRED CENTRE. 

SABBATH RECORDER. Every Thursday. Seventh- 
Day Baptist. Established 1844. Kev. L. A 1'Iatts, editor. 
American Sabbath Tract Society, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion $2; claimed circulation 2500; 8 pages, 5 columns; 
length of columns 17 1-2 inches, widths 3-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, brevier, per inch 1 time 44 cents, 1 month 
80 cents, 1 year $9: cuts same price; no medical adver- 
tisements; no advertisements less than 1 inch charged 
for. 

AUBURN. 

ADVERTISER. Every evening except Sunday, and 
JOURNAL, Wednesdays. Republican. Established 
daily 1844, weekly 182!). Knapp, Peck & Thomson, 
editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $8, claimed 
circulation 1200; weekly $2, claimed circulation 2800; 4 
pases, 8 columns (weekly lOcolumns); leneth of columns, 
daily 26 inches, weekly 28 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1-2 inch 1 time 50 
cents, 1 week $1.50, 1 month $4, 3 months $7.50, 1 year 
$12; 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2, 1 month $4.75, 3 
months $9, 1 year $25; 2 inches 1 month $7.50, 3 months 
$15, 1 year $40; 4 inches 1 year $70; cuts same price; 
only 5 insertions per week given in preceding rates; 
E O.D. 3-4, 2 times a week 1-2 daily rates; Specials 1-4 
extra; Locals, 1 week or longer, 1-2 extra. Weekly 1-2 
incii 1 time 15 cents, 1 month $2, 3 months $4, 1 year $12; 

1 inch 1 time $1. 1 month $2.50. 3 months $(i, 1 year $18; 

2 inches 1 year $30; 4 inches 1 year $10. 

EVENING AUBURNIAN. Wvery evening except 
Sunday, and AUBURNIAN, Fridays. Independent 
Kstabl^hed 1877. T. W. Mack, editor. John R. Ross, 
publisher. Subscription daily $5, claimed circulation 
3000; weekly $1, claimed ciiculation 1500; 4 pages, 7 
columns; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-0 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 60 cents, 
1 week $1.80, 1 mo ith $4.80, 3 months $11.88, 1 year 
$31.68. 3 inches $84, 1-2 column $207, 1 year; cuts same 
price; Local notices 1 week 30 cents per line, 1 year (not 
less than 10 lines) 2 cents per line per time. Weekly 1-2 
daily rates. 

BATH. 

STEUBEN FARMERS' ADVOCATE. Every Wednes- 
day. Democratic. Established 1815. A. L. Underbill & 
."-on, editors and proprietors. Subscription $1; claimed 
circulation 5000; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of columns 
2:i inches; width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50. 1 month $4, 3 months $7, 6 
months $10, 1 year $16; 2 'inches 1 time $2, 1 month $6, 

3 months $12, 1 year $25; 1 column 1 time $20, 1 month 
S52, 3 months $78, 1 year $182; cuts same price; Local 
notices 10 cents, nothing less than 10 lines. 

Tlie largest circulation, and advertising 
rates the lowest oi any country Weekly In 
New York State. 

BINGHAMTON. 

LEADER. Every evening except Sunday, and DEMO- 
CRATIC LEADER, Fridays. Democratic. Established, 
daily 1878, weekly 1869. A. W. Carl, editor and propri 
etor. Subscription, daily $6, claimed circulation 2500: 
weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 3000; daily 4 pages, 8 
columns; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 
24 inches (weekly 20 inches), width 2 1-12 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, dailv, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 80 cents; 1 
week $2.00 1 month $5.75 3 months $13, 6 months 
$20, 1 vear $32: each additional inch 3 months $6; 
1 year 13; 10 inches 3 months $65, 1 year $148; cuts 1-4, 
double column and Local notices 1-2, Special notices 
1-4 extra. Weekly 1 inch 1 time 90 cents, 1 month $2.75, 3 
months $6.50, 6 months $9 1 year $14.50: 5 inches 3 
months $17.50, 1 year $37; Notices and cuts extra as in 
daily. 

REPUBLICAN. Every morning except Sunday, and 
BROOM E REPUBLICAN, Thursdays. Republican. Es- 
tablished, daily 1849, weekly 1822. Binghamton Pub- 
lishing Co.. editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$7.50. estimated circulation 3500; weekly $1.50, estimated 
circulation 4000: daily 4 pages, 9 columns; weeklv 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns, daily 27 inches; 
weekly 21 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
r.ues, nonpareil, daily, 10 lines 1 time 75 cents 1 week 
$3, 1 month $7.50, 3 months $15, 1 year $30. Wei kly 
35 of daily monthly rates; no extra charge for cuts. 



SUNDAY TRIBUNE -Every Sunday morning. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1879. Subscription $2 ; estimated. 
Circulation 6COO ; 8 pa<:es, 7 column* ; length of columns 
21 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. For advertising rates ad- 
dress the publi.-hers, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park 
row, New York. 



BROOKLYN. 

FREIE PRESSE. Every evening except Sunday, and 
LONG ISLANDER, Sundavs. German. Independent. 
Established 1864 Max C. Loth, editor. Henry E. Roehr, 
proprietor. Subscription, daily with Sunday $7.50 ; 
claimed circulation 6500 ; 4 pages (Sunday 8 pages), 7 
columns ; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, daily, 1 time 10 cents, 1 week 
35 cents, 1 month $1,3 months $2,1 year $5 per line; 
cuts 1-4 extra. E. O. D. 3 months $1.20, 6 mouths $2. 1 
year $3 per line. Reading notices 20 cents per line each 
insertion. Sunday 1 time 15 cents, 1 month 40 cents, 3 
months 75 cents, 6 months $1.25, 1 year $2 per line. 5th 
page 20 cents per line per time. Solid curved cuts re- 
quired. 

EAGLE. Every evening except Sunday, and Sunday 
morning. Democratic. Established 1840. Subscription, 
daily with Sunday $10: estimated circulation 20,000 
(Sunday 12.000) ; daily 4 pnge<, 9 columns ; Sunday 8 to 

12 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 26 3-4 inches 
(Sunday 21 inches), width 21-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, 1st page 15 cents, 2d and 4th page 25 cents. Lo- 
cal notices, 3d or 4th page 50 cents ; local notices, edi- 
torial page $1 per linn each insertion. Less than 5 lines 
charged as 5 lines. No cuts or large type inserted. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday. Independent 
Republican. Established 1848 Bernard Peters, editor. 
B. Peters & Co., proprietors. Subscription $7 ; claimed 
circulation 12,600 ; 4 pages (Saturdays 8 pages), 8 col- 
umns ; length of cjlumns 23 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, per line 10 cents; last page 15 
cents. Cutting column rules 1-2 imitating readirg and 
located top of column next reading 1-4 extra. Reading 
notices 1st or last page 30 cents : other pages 20 cents ; 
apart from all other notices, any page, 50 c< nts per line, 
solid minion. Discounts for advertisements or notices, 

13 times 5 per cent. 26 times 10 per cent, 52 times 12 1-2 
per cent, 77 times 15 per cent, 103 times 16 2-3 per cent, 
154 times 20 per cent, 231 times 25 per cent, 308 times 
33 1-3 per cent. No cuts inserted. 

UNION ARGUS. Every evening except Sunday. Re- 
publican. Established 1863. Subscription $6 ; estimated 
circulation 10,000 ; 4 pages.. 8 columns ; length of col- 
umns 25 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 10 cents per line each insertion. Display or cuts 
15 cents. Business notices 20 cents. Local notices 50 
cents. Di-counts 1 month 5 per cent, 3 months 10 per 
cent, 6 months 15 per cent, 1 year 25 per cent. 

CATHOLIC AMERICAN. Every Saturday. Roman 
Catholic. Established 1882. John Fitzgerald, editor. 
Edw. Feeney & Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 ; esti- 
mated circulation tiOCO ; 8 pa'jes, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 201-4 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per line euch insertion; cuts 
same price. Reading notice* 25 cents per Hue. 

OUR HOMES. Monthly. Literary. Established 1882. 
Cowperthwaits, editors and proprietors. Subscription 
50 cents ; claimed circulation 20.000 : 20 pages, 3 col- 
umns ; length of columns 10 1-4 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. 
Advertising rat< s, agate, per line 30 cents; per inch $4 
each insertion ; cuts same price. 

Add. page 216. 

BUFFALO. 

COMMERCIAL ADVEKTISEK. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY. Wednesdays. Republican. 
Established, daily 1S11, weekly 1810. James D. Warren, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $10. claimed 
circulation 5000; weekly $1, claimed circulation 2500; 
4 pages, 10 columns : length of columns 28 inches, width 
21-4 inches. Advertising nites, nonpaieil, daily, each 
10 lines 1 time $1. 1 week $3.50,1 month $8, 3 months 
$16, 1 year $40: 2d and 3d pages 1-2 more: E. O. D. 
2-3, twice a week 1-2. Local notices, first in-ertion CO 
cents, subsequent insertions n cents. Weekly Id lines 1 
time $1, 1 mouth $2.50,3 mouths $6,1 year $15; cuts 
same price as ordinary adverti.-ewent*, in daily or weekly. 
No cms on 2d or 3d pages of daily. Solid curved cuts 
required. 



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Circulation 8O,OOO. 



A genuine popular success. Springfield Republican, 

One of the most successful periodicals of the age. Philadelphia Press. 

The influence of such a paper in the household cannot be overestimated. Boston Transcript. 

Maintains a high moral tone. All right-minded people will approve efforts of this kind, to 
furnish high-toned popular literature at a low price. The Congregationalist. 

Helpful to the best interests of the families and by far the best periodical of its class we have 
yet seen. New York Christian Advocate. 

One of the most remarkable of late journalistic successes. We cannot have too many papers 
of this class. They will furnish the true antidote for the poison which printing-presses are 
sending out over the whole country. Christian Union. 

Filled with choice original matter from gifted pens, we bid it a hearty " Good speed." -The 
Boston Watchman. 

If such papers for the young as GOOD CHKER were placed in every household, and such 
pernicious papers as now attract boys and girls around the windows of the small newsdealers 
were stamped out of existence, there would be fewer recruits for the bagnios and the jails, and 
Vhe burden of taxation imposed by vice would be sensibly lighter. Cleveland Herald. 

Subscription, 50 CENTS PER YEAR. 

ADVERTISING EATES, 60 Gents per Agate line each insertion. 



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COURIER. Every morning, EVENING REPUBLIC 

every evening except, Sunday, and WEEKLY COURIER, 
Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 1835. C. W. 
McCune, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $12, 
estimated circulation 4500 ; evening $3, estimated cir- 
culation 4000 ; weekly $1, estimated circulation 4500 ; 
daily 4 pages, 10 columns: evening 4 pages, 6 
columns; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns, daily 28 1-4 inches, evening and weekly 19 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily Courier 10 lines 1 time $1, 2 times $1.50, 1 week $3, 

1 month $8, 3 months $16, 6 months $26, 1 year $40 ; cuts 
same price ; 1st and 4th pages 1-2 extra. E. O. D. 2-3, 

2 times a week 1-2 daily monthly rates ; Editorial notices 
MOcuiitsper line ; Local or Business notices 15 cents ; per 
year, 5 lines and over $12 per line. Evening Republic, 
ordinary and notices same as morning rates ; local page 
5-12 more than ordinary. Sunday, 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 
month $3 75, 3 months $7.50, 1 year $18 ; notices as in 
daily. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $3.12, 3 
months $6.25, 1 year $15. Solid cuts required. 

EVENING NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, and 
Sunday morning. Independent. Established 1873. E. 
H. Butler, editor and proprietor. J. A. Butler, business 
manager. Subscription, daily $3 ; claimed circulation 
22,000 ; Sunday $2.50 ; claimed circulation 16.500 ; 4 
pages, 6 columns (Sunday 10 columns); length of columns 
20 'inches (Sunday 28 inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, agate, ordinary 6 to 10 cents, accord- 
ing to location. Preferred specials 12 cents, Business no- 
tices 10 to 20 cents, according to location and type used ; 
Preferred special notices 25 to 40 cents per line each in- 
sertion. No" extra charge for cuts. Discounts: $100, 5 per 
cent ; POO, 10 per cent ; $500, 15 per cent ; $1000, 20 per 
cent. Sunday, rates same as in daily. Solid curved cuts 
required. 

The Dnflfalo Evening News ha* four 
times tlie circulation of any other Buffalo 
dally, and the publisher stands ready to 
prove it. 

Advt. page 262. 

EVENING TELEGRAPH. Every evening except' 
Sunday. Independent. J. A. Creswell, editor. The, 
Telegraph Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $3; 
claimed circulation 12.500 ; 4 pages, 6 columns ; length of 
columns 19 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 9 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 
Solid curved cuts required. 

Advt. page 108. 

EXPRESS. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days. Independent Republican. Established 1846. J. N. 
Matthews, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily 
with Sunday $9, sworn circulation 6200 (sworn circula- 
tion Sunday 7500); weekly $], sworn circulation 2500; 8 
pages (Sunday 13 pages), 6 columns ; length of columns 
21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, daily, 8 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $3, 1 month $8, 3 
months $16, 1 year $40 ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 2-3 
daily rate ; special positions 50 to 100 percent additional; 
Reading notices 15 to 25 cents per line according to posi- 
tion. Sunday, 8 lines" 1 time $1, 3 months $8, 1 year $20. 
Weekly, 8 lines 1 time $1, 3 months $4, 1 year $10 Solid 
curved cuts required. 

Advt. page 88. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday, and Sunday 
morning. Independent. Established 1879. Norman E. 
Mack, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $6, 
claimed circulation 6500; Sunday $2, estimated circula- 
tion 10,000 ; 4 pages (Sunday 8 pages), 8 columns ; length 
of columns 22 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, nonpareil, 12 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $3, 1 month $8, 

3 months $16, 1 year $40. Sunday, agate, 10 cents per line 
(iach insertion ; 25 per cent discount on 1000 lines. 

Advt. page 120. 

AURORA. Every Friday. Catholic. Established 1851. 
Christian Wieckman, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $2.50 ; claimed circulation 3250: 8 pages, 6 columns ; 
length of columns 19 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil. I 1-2 inches 1 time 75 cents, 1 
month $2, 3 months $6, 6 months $10, 1 year $18; cuts 
une price. Solid cuts required. 

CATHOLIC UNION AND TIMES. Every Thursday. 
Catholic. Established 1872. Rev. Patrick Cronin, editor. 
Buffalo Catholic Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2 50 ; claimed circulation 10,000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; 
length of columns 19 inches, width 21-3 inches. Adver- 



tising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1.50, 1 month 
$4.50, 3 months $10, 1 year $35; 20 lines 1 time $2.50, 1 
month $7, 3 months $18, 1 year $60 : extra price for out- 
side pages; cuts tame price; Reading notices 20 cents 
per line. 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Thursday. Meth- 
odist. Established 1850. Rev. S. A. Morse, editor. Henry 
A. Townsend & Co., proprietors. 'Subscription $1.00; 
claimed circulation 3500; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of 
columns 18 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates', 
nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months 
$6.50, 1 year $15 ; larger space at proportionate rates; cuts 
same price. 

Advt. page 264. 

DEUTSCHES VOLKSBLATT. Every Thursday. Ger- 
man. Established 1878. Germania Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 10,000; 
8 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 15 1-4 inches, width 

2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 60 cents 
each insertion, 3 months 50 cents per time, 1 year 33 1-3 
cents per time ; cuts eame price ; Reading notices 9 cents 
per line. 

CATSKILL. 

THOMAS BROS.' MUSICAL JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Established 1878. James H. Thomas, editor and proprie- 
tor. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 5000 ; 34 pages, 

3 columns ; length of columns 11 inches, width 2 3-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 20 cents per line, 
3 months or more 15 cents, 1 column 1 time $15 ; cuts 
same price. 

DANSVH.I.E. 

LAWS OP LIFE. Monthly. Medical. Established 
1858. Albert Leftingwell, M.D., editor and publisher. 
Subscription $1.50 ; claimed circulation 3800 ; 40 pages, 2 
columns ; length of columns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-2 
inches. Advertising rates, 15 cents per nonpareil line 
each insertion ; per'inch per time $1.50; cuts same price. 



DUNKIRK. 

CHAUTAUQUA FARMER. Every Wednesday. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1869. A. G. Parker, editor. Farmer 
and Observer Printing Co., proprietors. 8 pages. 6 col- 
umns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 
month $1.60, 3 months $3.90, 1 year $10.40; cuts same 
price. 

E I.MIR A. 

ADVERTISER. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Established 1853. 
Edward L. Adams, editor. Elmira Advertiser Associa- 
tion, proprietors. Subscription, daily $6, claimed circu- 
lation 6200; weekly $1, claimed circulation 4100; 8 pages, 
6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inch- 
es. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time 
75 cents, 1 week $3, 1 month $7.50, 3 months $15, 6 
months $22.50,1 y tar $30. 20 lines $42, 30 linte $54, 60 



; - exra; 

Business locals 15 cents per line per time. Weekly 10 lines 
ltime*$l; 1 month $3.25; 3 months $8.25; 6 months 
$13.25; 1 year $18; each additional inch 1 year $6; 
notices same as daily; solid cuts required. 
Advt. page 282. 

GAZETTE AND FREE PRESS. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, arid WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. 
Established, daily 1859, weekly 1828. Gazette Co., ed- 
itors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $8, estimated 
circulation 3600: weekly $1.50, estimated circulation 6000; 
daily 4 pages, 8 columns; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns, daily 25 inches, weekly 20 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, in daily, nonpareil, 
10 lines one time 75 cents; 1 week $3; 1 month $V.50; 3 
months $15; 1 year $38; cuts same price. 

HUSBANDMAN. Every Wednesday. Agricultural. 
Established 1874. W. A. Armstrong, editor and propri- 
etor. Subscription $1; claimed circulation 8100; 8 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns 18 inches, width 2 1-2 inch- 
es. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents per line each 
insertion with liberal discounts for large space or long 
time; no extra charge for. cuts. 



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Publishes more loeal and telegraphic news than any 
other paper in Troy. 



Per Year,, by Mail. 







FOUR COLUMNS LARGER THAN THE DAILY. 



Larger Circulation than any other Weekly Paper 

in Rensselaer, Washington, Saratoga, 

and adjoining counties. 



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SUNDAY MORNING TELEGRAM. Also issues an 
edition at Harrisburgh, Pa., every Sunday. Indepen- 
dent. Established 1879. Chas. Hazard, editor. Tele- 
gram Co., proprietors. H. S. Brooks, business manager. 
Subscription $2; sworn circulation, both editions, 94,- 
848 ; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 21 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, both editions, 
nonpareil, $3 to $5 per inch each insertion according to 
position; special places 1-4 extra; no extra charge for 
cuts; no double column advertisements or large cuts ; 
Reading notices, 5th or 8th pages 50 cents, inside pages 
30 cents per line; Special notices, 5th page 30 cents per 
line; solid cuts required. 

Advt. page 284. 



HUDSON. 

EVENING REGISTER. Every evening except Sun- 
day? and GAZETTE, Thursdays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished, daily 1866, weekly 1784. M. Parker Williams, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $8, claimed 
circulation 1985; weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 4650; 
4 pasres, 7 columns (weekly 8 columns) : length of col- 
umns 23 inches (weekly 25 inches), width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising nites, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 
1 week $2.25, 1 month $6.50, 3 months $10, 6 months $15, 
1 year $25. 2 inches $40, 4 inches $60, 1 column $100 1 year; 
Special notices 1-4, double column 1-2 extra ; cuts by 
agreement; Business notices 10 cents per line per time. 
Weekly 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 month $1.65, 3 months 
$4, 6 months $7, 1 year $12; 4 inches 1 year $40, 1 col- 
umn $140. 

ITHACA. 

JOURNAL. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY. Thursdays. Republican. Established, daily 
1872, weekly 1815 Ithaca Journal Association, propri- 
etors. Subscription, daily $7.80, claimed circulation 1100; 
weekly $2, claimed circulation 28SO; 4 pages, daily 8 
columns (weekly 10 columns); length of columns, daily 
22 inches, weekly 24 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 month $2 ; 2 inches 1 
month $3.50; 1 column 1 month $24. Weekly per month 
one inch $1.15 ; 2 inches $2 ; 1 column $14.50 ; ;cuts same 
price. 

ITHACAN. Every Friday. Independent Greenback. 
Established 1871. A. Clapp, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $2; claimed circulation 2900; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of column 21 inches, width 2 1-16 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 month 
$1.50, 1 year $6; 1 inch 1 time$l, 1 month $2.50, 3 
months $4.50, 1 year $10 ; 2 inches 1 year $18, 1-4 column 
$60, 1 column $150; cuts same price; notices on local 
page, first insertion 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 
cents per line. 

Largest Circulation of any paper in 
Tompklns County. 



JAOTESTOWN. 

EVENING JOURNAL. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and JOURNAL, Fridays. Independent Republican. 
Established, daily 1870. weekly 1826. John A. Hall, ed- 
itor. John A. Hall & Son, proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $7, sworn circulation 1220: weekly $1.50, sworn cir- 
culation 3018; daily 4 pages, 7 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 6 
columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rate?, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 
week $1, 1 month $2, 3 mouths $4, 1 year $12 ; 3 
inches 1 week $2.50, 1 month $5, 1 year $24 ; 1 col- 
umn 1 year $100; cuts same price ; only 5 insertions a 
week given at these prices ; Locals, first 10 cents, subse- 
quent insertions 7 1-2 cents per line; 1 month $1. Weekly 
1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2, 3 months $5, 1 year $15 : 3 
inches 1 month $5, 1 year $32.50 ; 1 column 1 year $150 ; 
Locals, first 15 cents, subsequent insertions 10 cents per 
line; 3 months $1; solid cuts required. 

Subscribers advance paying* Acknowl- 
edged as the leading paper of South- 
western New York. 

SUNDAY MORNING LEADER. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1879. J. H. Monroe, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2 ; estimated circulation 4500 ; 8 pages 5 
columns ; length of columns, 19 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates will be furnished on applica- 
tion by the publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park 
row, New York. 



COUNTRYSIDE. Monthly. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1879. C. E. Bishop, editor. C. E. Bishop & Co., 
proprietors. Subscription $1; claimed circulation 15,000 ; 
32 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 10 inches, width 

2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line 
each insertion ; cuts same price ; Reading notices 5(1 
per cent extra. 

Keeping circulation and price In view, 
the advertising advantages of this publi- 
cation are unsurpassed. See advertise- 
ment. 

Advt. page 304. 

KINGSTON. 

FREEMAN. Every evening except Sunday, and 
JOURNAL AND WEEKLY FREEMAN, Thursdays. 
Republican. Established, daily 1871, weekly 1840. 
Kingston Freeman Co., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $8, claimed circulation 1700 : weekly 
$1.50. claimed circulation H100 ; daily 4 pages, 7 columns: 
weekly 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 23 inches, 
width 21-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 
1-2 inch 1 time 50 cents, 1 week $1.60, 1 month $3, 3 
months $7, 1 year $15 ; 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2, 
1 month $4, 3 months $9, 6 months $13.50, 1 year $20 ; 

3 inches 3 months $18, 1 year $40 ; 10 inches 3 months 
$48, 1 year $120 ; E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time 
a week 1-4 daily monthly rates ; outside pages 1-4 extra ; 
Local notices 1 time 10 cents, 3 times 24 cents, 1 week 3ft 
cents, 2 weeks 60 cents per line ; 6 months or longer 
double ordinary rates. Weekly 1 Inch 1 time $1, 2 times 
$2, longer time same rates as daily ; Local notices 1 time 
15 cents, 2 times 24 cents, 1. month 40 cents, 6 months 
double ordinary rates ; no cuts inserted. 

Largest circulation of any paper In Ul- 
ster, Delaware and f.reene Counties. The 
Weekly edition Is the largest on Hudson 
River outside of the Metropolis and Al- 
bany. 

LOCKPORT. 

UNION. Every evening except Sunday, and NIAG- 
ARA DEMOCRAT, Saturdays. Established, daily 1880 ; 
weekly 1821. Union Publishing Co.. editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $8, estimated circulation 
3000; weekly $1.50, estimated circulation 6000 ; 4 pages 
(weekly 8 pages), 8 columns ; length of columns 24 3 4 
inches, width 2 1-4 .inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2.50, 1 month 
$5, 3 months $10, 1 year $20 ; cuts same price. Weekly 

1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months $5, 6 months 
$8, 1 year $15 ; Special notices 50 per cent additional ; 
Business notices 15 cents per line first time and 10 cent* 
afterward. 

NEW YORK CITY. See page 9. 

NORTH CHILI. 

EARNEST CHRISTIAN AND GOLDEN RULE. 
Monthly. Undenominational. B. T. Roberts, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $1.10; claimed circulation 
4000 ; 32 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 8 inches, 
width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time $3 ; 1 column $15. Discounts : 2 times 10 per cent, 
3 times 15 per cent, 6 times 20 per cent, 1 year 25 percent ; 
cuts same price. 

OGDENSBURG. 

JOURNAL. Every morning except Sunday, and ST. 
LAWRENCE REPUBLICAN, Wednesdays. Republican. 
Established, daily 1855, weekly 1830. Republican and 
Journal Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$5. estimated circulation 1500 ; weekly $1.50, estimated 
circulation 5300; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly 9 columns) ; 
length of columns 22 inches (weekly 27 1-2 inches) widtli 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, per inch 
1 lime 75 cents, 1 week $2.50, 1 month $6, 3 months $9, 
6 months $12, 1 year $18; cuts same price; Business 
notices double ; Local notices 15 cents per line. Weekly 
1 inch 1 time 75 cents. 1 month $2.25, 3 months $4.50, 
6 months $8, 1 year $12 ; Notices as in daily. 

OSWEGO. 

PALLADIUM. Every evening except Sunday, anil 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established, daily 
1850, weekly 1819. John A. Barry, editor. Palladium Print 



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THE UTICA OBSERVER, 

TJTIC.A., 1ST. "ST. 

Daily and Weekly. 

Read by everybody in Central New York. 

Largest daily circulation in the city. 

Largest weekly 'circulation in the State outside of New York. 

Aggregate circulation over 14,000. 

Democratic, but Independent, and always readable. 

Send for advertising rates to 

E. P. BAILEY & CO., 

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ing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $6, claimed cir- 
culation 3800; weekly $1, claimed circulation 3400; 4 pages, 
7 columns (weekly 8 columns) ; length of columns 22 
inches (weekly 24 inches), width 2 l-(i inches. Advertising 
rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week$2, 1 
month $5, 3 months $9, 6 months $15, 1 year $25. 2 
inches $40, 4 inches $65, 1-2 column $200 1 year ; only 
5 insertions per week given ; cuts same price; E. O. D. 
3-4, 2 times a week 3-5, 1 time a week 1-3 daily monthly 
rates ; Reading matter notices 2d and 3d pages, double 
ordinary rates. Weekly 60 per cent of daily rates for 1 
week or longer; only outline cuts used. 

Only Democratic dally In Northern New 
York. Publish ers will esteem It a favor 
if advertisers will Inspect Its lists. 

TIMES AND EXPRESS. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1844. J. A. Place, editor. Oswego Publishing 
Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $6, claimed circu- 
lation 1800; weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 4500; 
daily 4 pages, 7 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns ; 
length of columns 22 inches (weekly 16 inches), width 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 

1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2.50, 1 month $5, 3 months $10 ; 
each additional 10 lines 3 months $8 ; 1 column 3 months 
$125 ; longer than 3 months in proportion; only 5 inser- 
tions per week given ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 3-4 
daily monthly rates ; outside pages 25 per cent ; Special 
notices or special places 100 per cent extra ; Locals 10 

. cents per line per time. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 
month $3. 3 months $7, 6 months $13, 1 year $25 ; 20 lines 
$38, 30 lines $50, 1-4 column $100, 1 column $220 1 
year. 

PORTCHESTER. 

HEALTH AND HOME. Monthly. Hygiene. Estab- 
lished 1873. W. H. Hale, M.D., editor and proprietor. 
Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 115,000 ; 8 
pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 18 inches ; width 

2 3-16 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 40 cents per line 
each insertion ; cuts same price ; Reading notices $1 per 
agate line for 1 insertion ; solid cuts required. 

The circulation of " Health and Home " 
Is larger than the combined circulation of 
any twenty Medical, Home or Health 
Journal!;) In the United States, yet Its ad- 
vertising rates are only 4O cents per Hue. 
Advt. page 384. 

PORT JERVIS. 

ORANGE COUNTY FARMER. Every Thursday. 
Agricultural. Established 1881. St. John & Salmon, 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $1.50; estimated 
circulation 6000 : 8 pages 6 columns; length of columns 
18 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, per 
agate line, 5 cents each insertion ; next reading matter 
one third additional. Discounts on orders for one month 
10 per cent, 3 months 20 per cent, 6 months 30 per cent, 
1 year 40 per cent ; Reading and business subject to 
special contract. No extra charge for cuts. 



POUGHKEEPSIE. 

SUNDAY COURIER. Independent. Established 
1872. T. G. Nichols, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $2.50 ; sworn circulation 5800 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; 
length of columns 29 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50. 
3 months $5.50, 6 months $8, 1 year $15; 3 inches 3 
months $10, 1 year $32; 1 column 1 year $240; cuts same 
price ; double columns 1-3 more; Local notices 12 cents, 
1 month 10 cents, 1 year 6 cents per line each insertion. 

Only Sunday Paper on Hudson River 
between New York and Albany. 

ROCHESTER. 

DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE. Every morning 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Established 
1826. Charles E. Fitch, editor. Rochester Printing Co., 
proprietors Subscription, daily $5, sworn circulation 
13,130; Sunday $1, sworn circulation 14,660; weekly $1 
sworn circulation 13,650; 4 pages, 9 columns; length of 
columns 26 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily, agate, 10 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 w 



1 month $7, 3 months $18, 6 months $30, 1 year $50; 
E. O. D. 1 month J5, 3 months $11, 1 year $30; 2 times a 
week 1 month $4, a months $8, 1 year $20 ; cuts same 
price; Reading notices inside pages 12 cents, Local 
notices 4th page 20 cents per line every insertion; no 
special positions given. Sunday 10 lines 1 time $1, 
1 month $3.25, 3 months $8, 6 months $13.50, 1 year 
$20. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1, subsequent inser- 
tions 75 cents, 3 months $9, 6 months $17, 1 year $30 ; 
solid cuts required. 

MORNING HERALD. Every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1879. S. H. Lowe, editor. Rochester Herald 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $5, 
sworn circulation 10,100; weekly $1, claimed circula- 
tion 5600 ; 4 pages (Saturday and weekly 8 pages), 7 
columns; length of columns 22 inches, width '2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, agate, 10 lines 1 time 



month $4.40, 3 months $7.50, 1 year $22.50 ; cuts same 
price ; special positions 1-4 extra ; Local notices, leaded 
minion 5 lines or less $1, over 5 lines 20 cents per line 
outside, inside 10 cents ; solid cuts required. 
Advt. page 184. 

POST-EXPRESS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Established 
1882. G. T. Lanigan, editor. Post-Express Printing 
Co.. proprietors. Subscription daily $5, claimed circu- 
lation 10,000 ; weekly $1, claimed circulation 5000; 4 
pages, 8 columns (weekly 9 columns), length of columns 
4 inches (weekly 25 1-2 inches) width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, daily, per line, 7 1-2 cents ; 
1 week 30 cents ; 1 month 60 cents ; 3 months $1.40; 6 
inonths $2.50 ; 1 year $4; E. O. D. 1 month 40 cents, 
3 months 80 cents, 1 year $2.50; less than 10 lines 1 
line extra ; no cuts inserted in daily ; Special notices 
50 per cent additional ; Reading notices, minion, 10 cents 
per line, subject to discount: 10 per cent for 3 months, 
25 per cent for 6 months, 50 per cent for 1 year. 
Weekly 5 cents per line each insertion ; less than 10 lines 
1 line extra ; cuts same price ; Reading notices, minion, 
10 cents per line each insertion, subject to discount: 10 
per cent for 3 months, 6 months 15 per cent, 1 year 25 
per cent ; solid curved cuts required. 
Advt. page 390. 

UNION AND ADVERTISER. Every evening except 
Sunday, SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays, 
and REPUBLICAN, Wednesdays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1826. William Purcell, editor. Union and Adver- 
tiser Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $5, sworn 
circulation 14,665; semi-weekly $2.50, sworn circulation 
2650 ; weekly $1, sworn circulation 6800; 4 pages, 9 
columns ; length of column 27 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, daily, 10 lines 1 time 75 cents, 
1 week $3, 1 month $7, 3 months $18, 6 months $30, 
1 year $50 ; 1 month E. O. D. $5; 3 months E. O. D. Ill; 
6 months E. O. D. $18 ; 1 year E. O. D. $30. Weekly 
10 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 month $2.25, 3 months $6.75, 
6 months $13.25, 1 year $20; cuts same price, solid 
curved cuts required ; special position 1-2 more ; Read- 
ing notices 12 cents, Local notices 20 cents a line 
either paper ; no local less than $1. 
'Advt. page 184. 

AMERICAN RURAL HOME. Every Saturday. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1871. Hopkins & Reynolds, 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $1; estimated 
circulation 15,000: 8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns 
17 1-2 inches, width 2 38 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 1 time 25 cents, 1 month 20 cents, 3 months 18 
cents, 6 months 15 cents, 1 year 12 cents per line each 
insertion; cuts same price ; outside pages 20 per cent 
extra; Special notices 30 cents a line, minion, each inser- 
tion. 

SUNDAY MORNING HERALD. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1876. J. L. Luckey, editor. D. S. Barber & 
Co., proprietors. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 
8800 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of column 22 inches, 
width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, agate, for each 
]0 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 month $2, 3 months $6, 1 year 
$20 ; less than 10 lines 10 cents per line ; cuts same price; 
Local notices 20 cents a line, noihing less than 5 lines ; 
solid cuts required. 

Advt. page 178. 



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THE TOLEDO WEEKLY BLADE 

(NASBY'S PAPER), 

TOLIEIDO, OHIO. 



Circulation 115,OOO copies per issue ; being the largest national circula- 
tion of any purely family newspaper in the United States. More 
than a half million people read the IB LADE every week. 



SUMMAEY OF CIRCULATION DURING 1883 : 



January 4 84,000 

11 84,000 

18 84,000 

25 84,000 

February 1 84,000 

8 83,000 

15 83,000 

22 83,000 

March 1 83,000 

8 84,000 

15 84,000 

22 85,000 

27 85,000 

5 a5,000 

12 85,000 

19 85,000 

2ti ; 85,000 

3 85,000 

10 85,000 

17 85.000 

24 85.000 

31 85,000 

7 85,000 

14 Sti.OOO 

21 90,000 

28 93,000 

5 96,000 

12 97,000 



April 



May 



June 



July 



July 19 98,000 

26 100,000 

August 2 102,000 

9 104.000 

16 106,000 

23 108,000 

30 110,000 

September 6 112,000 

13 113,000 

20 113,000 

27 113,000 

October 4 113,000 

11 114,000 

18 114,000 

25 114,000 

November I.... . 115,000 

8 115,000 

15 115,000 

23 115,000 

29 115,000 

December 6 115,000 

13 115,000 

20 115,000 

. 27 115,000 



Total 5,071,000 

Average 97,520 



CIRCULATION NOW 115,000! 



The WEEKLY BLADE goes to over 22,000 post-offices. We paid over $16,000 postage on 
WEEKLY BLADE alone during 1883. We challenge comparison with any other large Weekly of 
this country, both as to the circulation and advertising rates. It cannot be disputed that we give 
larger and more general circulation for less money than any paper or combination of papers in 
the United States. 



RATES: 



Regular, 



75 cents. Special, - 85 cents. 

AGATE LINE MEASURE. 



Reading, - $1. 



Discounts : 25 per cent 1 year ; 2O per cent 6 months ; 10 per cent 3 months. 

NO DISCOUNT ON LESS THAN ONE INCH SPACE. 



THE TOLEDO BLADE COMPANY, Toledo, Ohio. 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



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EMPIRE STATE AGRICULTURIST. Monthly. 
Agricultural. Established 1880. A. C. All>n, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription 50 cents; claimed circulation 
6300 ; nJO pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 12 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per 
line 1 time 20 cents, 3 times 60 cents, 6 times $1.08, 1 
year $1.44; cuts same price; last page cover 15 per 
cent extra; Reading notices 25 cents per line, nonpareil. 

I;TIIMKI: STATE AGRICULTURIST 

Published monthly. A. < . Allyn, editor 
and publisher. Established in Is so. It 
contains 2O pages, printed on nice tinted 
book paper, all trimmed and stitched In 
book form. Its reading is agricultural, 
its advertising 1s agricultural, therefore 
its circulation is entirely among farmers 
and Is rapidly increasing. Advertising 
rates sent on application. Subscription 
5O cents a year. Sample copies free. 
Address the Agriculturist, Rochester, 
N. Y. Office: 69 & 7O Osborn House Block. 
Advertisers, advertising agents, editors 
and publishers arc invited to call and see 
us. 

FRUIT RECORDER AND COTTAGE GARDENER. 
Monthly. Agricultural. Established 18S9. A. M. 
Purdy. editor and proprietor. Subscription $1; claimed 
circulation 18,000 ; 20 pasres, 4 columns ; length of 
column 10 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 30 cents per line each insertion ; cuts tame 
price. 

VICK'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE. 
Monthly. Floriculture. Established 1868. James 
Vick, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1.25; esti- 
mated circulation 36,009 ; 32 pages, 2 columns ; length of 
columns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 55 cents per line ; 1-4 page $25 each inser- 
tion; discounts: 3 months 10 per cent, 6 months 15 per 
cent, 9 months 20 per cent, 1 year 25 per cent ; cuts 
same price ; 2d and 3d pages of cover 25 per cent, 4th 
page cover 50 per cent extra. 

Advt. page 34. 

GREEN'S FRUIT GROWER. Quarterly. Horticult- 
ural. Established 1881. Chas. A. Green, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription 50 cents ; sworn circulation 
20,000 ; 8 paces, 5 columns ; length of columns 17 inches, 
width 9 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents 
per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 



SYRACUSE. 

EVENING HERALD. Every evening except Sunday, 
and Sundav morning. Independent. Established 1877. 
Arthur Jenk'ns, manager. The Herald Co., proprie ors. 
Subscription, daily $5, sworn circulation 11,598; Sun- 
day $2; sworn circulation 6796 ; 4 pages (Sunday 8 pages), 
7 columns ; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 3 
times $2.25. 1 week $3.25, 2 weeks $4.50, 1 month $7, 
3 months $16.50, 6 months $30, 1 year $50: additional 
space at same rate ; E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2 daily 
monthly rates ; cuts double rate for space occupied ; 4th 
page 1-3 extra ; Special notices 1 week 50 cents, 1 month 
$1.50, 3 months $4. 1 year $10 per line ; Reading matter 
notices 1 time 20 cents, 2 times 30 cents, 1 week 70 cents, 
2 weeks $1.30. 1 montli $2.30, 3 months $6.50, 1 year $16 
per line (if in full face type 1-4 extra) ; Local Reading no- 
tices 25 cents, pure reading matter 50 cents per line each 
ins'Ttion. Sunday 10 lines 1 time $1. 2 times $1.75, 1 
month $2.75. 3 months $6 50, 6 months $10, 1 year $15; 
Notices single insertions, same as in daily : for both daily 
and Sunday 25 per cent more than daily monthly rates ; 
solid cuts required. 

See statements in advertisement on page 
136 for Information regarding these pa- 
pers. 

Advt. page 136. 

STANDARD. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Republican. Standard Publish- 
ing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $6, 
estimated circulation 5000; wrekly $1.50, estimated cir- 
culation 2500 ; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of columns 
18 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 2 times $1 50, 
1 week $3, 1 month $6, 3 months 15, 6 months $25, 
1 year $40; 8th page 1-4, 4th and 5th pages 1-2 extra; 



cuts game price ; Reading notices, 4th and 5th paees, 10 
lines 3 times $2.50, 1 week $4, 1 month $10. Weekly 
and daily 50 per cent more than daily rates; solid cuts 
required. 

Advt. page 148. 

NORTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every 

Thursday. Methodist Episcopal. Established 1840. Rev. 
O. H. Warren, D.D., editor. J. P. Griffin, publisher. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 12,500 ; 8 pages, 6 
columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line 1 time 20 cents ; 4 
times 15 cents, 8 times 13 cents, 3 months 12 cents, 6 
months 10 cents, 1 year 8 cents each insertion ; cuts same 
price ; Reading notices 25 per cent additional. 

SUNDAY TIMES. Established 1876. Weed & Co., 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $2; claimed cir- 
culation 5000 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 
21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 month $2.25, 3 months 
$5, 1 year $16 ; cuts same price. 

Advt. page 186. 

SCHOOL BULLETIN. Monthly. Educational. Es- 
tablished 1874. C. W. Bardeen, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription |1 ; estimated circulation 3500 ; 16 pages, 3 
column? ; length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, per line 15 cents each insertion ; 
per inch $2"; per column $15 ; per page $50. Discounts : 
3 months 10 per cent, 6 months 15 per cent, 1 year 25 per 
cent; cuts same price. Also issues the SCHOOL ROOM. 
Monthly. Established 1881. Subscription 50 cents ; 16 
pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 8 1-2 inches, width 
2 1-2 inches. 



TROY. 

PRESS. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 1867. Par- 
menter & Eaton, editors and proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $8, claimed circulation 5265, weekly $1, claimed 
circulation 13,780 ; 4 pages, 8 columns (weekly 9 columns); 
length of columns 25 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, nonpareil, 2d page 8 lines 1 time $1.25, 
1 week $2.75. 1 month $7, 3 months $15, 6 months $25, 

1 year $40, 32 lines, 1 time $4, i month $20, 3 months 
$43, lyear$!15; 1-4 column 1 year $240; 1st page 15 
per cent, 4th page 30 per cent less for longer than 1 week ; 
3d page more than 1 month 3 prices ; cuts same price: E. 
O. D. 70 per cent, 2 times a week 60 per cent of daily 
monthly rates; Business notices 15 cents, if leaded 20 cents 
per line each insertion ; 3d page Specials 30 cents per 
line : if 10 lines or more or 3 months or longer 20 cents 
per line per time. Weekly, 3 weeks or less same as 
daily ; longer time 70 per cent of daily monthly price. 
Solid cuts required. 

Advt. page 158. 

TELEGRAM. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Republican, hstablished 1833. 
C. L. MacArthur, editor. C. L. MacArthur& Son, pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $7.80, claimed circulation 
6750 ; weekly 75 cents, claimed circulation 5500 ; 4 
pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, width 

2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 8 lines 1 
time $1, 1 week $3.50, 1 year $40, 16 lines 1 year $tiO, each 
additional 8 lines $15 ; 3 months 40 per cent, 6 months 
60 per cent of yearly rates. Solid curved cuts required. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Thursdays. Republican. Established 1851. J.M.Francis, 
editor. J. M. Francis, Son & Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $10, claimed circulation 11,000 ; weekly 
$1, claimed circulation 16,500; 4 pages, 9 columns; 
length of columns 27 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, agate, 15 cents per line for first, subsequent 
insertions 6 1-4 cents ; first page Specials 15 cents for 
first, subsequent insertions 8 cents ; 2d page Specials 15 
cents for first, subsequent insertions 10 cents ; Local 
Specials, 3d pasre 40 cents first, subsequent insertions 20 
cents ; before Marriages, 2d page 25 cents first, subse- 
quent insertions 15 cents ; Reading notices (daily change 
required) each insertion, 3d page 25 cents per line ; 1st 
page 20 cents ; 4th page 15 cents. Weekly rates same as 
daily. No cuts inserted. Special rates for monthly and 
yearly orders furnished on application. 

Largest circulation of any daily and 
weekly newspaper in the State outside of 
New York City. 

Advt. page 22. 



164 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & co:s 



ESTABLISHED 



THE GLOBE, 

TORONTO, CANADA. 



THE GLOBE is the oldest established and best 
conducted newspaper in Canada. 

THE GLOBE is the recognized authority upon 
Commercial and Financial Matters throughout 
the Dominion. 

THE GLOBE'S circulation exceeds that of any 
other Ontario paper by about 10,000 copies. 

THE GLOBE'S advertising rates are cheaper 
than those of any other Canadian paper. 



Write for terms. Address 

THE GLOBE PRINTING CO, 

TORONTO, CANADA. 



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NORTHERN BUDGET. Every Sunday. Republican. 

Established 1791. Charles MacArthur & Son, editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $2 ; e stimated circulation 
20,000 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 20 1-4 
inches, widths 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
ordinary advertisements first insertion 10 cents per line ; 
subsequent insertions 5 cents ; rates per inch for more 
than 1 inch, 1 time $1, 2 times $1.50, 3 times $2, 4 times 
$2.25 ; yearly rates, 1 inch $20, 2 inches $30, 3 inches $45, 
4 inches $57, 5 inches $65, 6 inches $72; 20 inches $240 ; 
for 3 months 40 per cent, and for 6 months 60 per cent of 
yearly rates; classified advertisements 10 cents per line 
each insertion ; 8th page specials following reading mat- 
ter 6 lines 3 months $8, 6 months 12, 1 year $20 ; Local 
specials 5th page nonpareil with full face head line 20 
cents per line each insertion ; nothing l^ss than 5 lines.; 
Reading notices, minion, changed each week 10 cents per 
line each insertion ; cuts on 7th page only at ordinary 
rates; cuts must be curved lor 4 cylinder Hoe Rotary Press. 



UTICA. 

MORNING HERALD AND GAZETTE. Every morn- 
ing except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Repub- 
lican. Established 1793. Ellis H. Roberts & Co., edi- 
tors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $8, claimed 
circulation 6000 ; weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 6000 ; 
daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns ; 
length of column 27 inches (weekly 21 inches), width 2 
1-3 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 9 lines 1 
time 75 cents, 1 week $3, 2 weeks $5. 1 mouth $9, 2 
months $17, 3 months $21, 6 months $32, 9 months $41, 
1 year $50 ; each additional 9 lines 1 month $5, 3 months 
$11, 6 mouths $17, 9 months $23, 1 year $29 ; 3 times a 
week 3-5, 2 times a week 45 per cent of daily monthly 
rates ; once a week 9 lines 1 month $2.25, 3 months $6.25, 
6 months $9.25, 1 year $15 ; each additional 9 lines 1 
month $1.50, 3 months $3.50, 6 months $5.75, 1 year $9; 
extra display, double column, or Special notices double 
price ; 3d page or double column with rule in 1-2 extra; 
Business announcements, 1st p'ige 15 cents, Business 
matters, 4th page 10 tents per line each insertion ; Busi- 
ness notices 2d or 3d page first line 50 cents, each addi- 
tional line each insertion 15 cents. Weekly 9 lines 1 
time $1, 2 times $1.75, 1 month $3,3 months $7, 6 months 
$13, months $17, 1 year $20; each additional 9 lines 1 



month $1.75, 3 months $3.75, 6 months $6.75, 1 year $12; 
extra display, double column and Special notices double 
price ; Business matters 20 cents. Business notices 30 
cents per line. No cuts inserted in either daily or 
weekly. 

Advt. page 152. 

OBSERVER. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Established, daily 
1848, weekly 1816. E. Prentiss Bailey, editor. E. P. 
Bailey & Co , proprietors. Subscription, daily $8, claimed 
circulation 3720; weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 10,- 
400 ; 8 pages. 6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 
inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $3, 1 month $7.50, 3 months 
$15, 1 year $37.50; each additional inch 1 month $4.50, 3 
months $9, 1 year $22.50; only 5 insertions per week 
given in preceding rates ; cuts and large type $1.50 per 
inch each insertion ; Business notices among local news 
first lino 50 cents and each succeeding line 15 cents ; 
Reading notices 6 months or longer 10 cents per line each 
insertion; nothing less than 5 lines. Weekly 1 inch 1 
time $1,1 month $3.3 months $8, 1 year $20; each 
additional inch 1 month $2.25, 3 months $6,1 year $15; 
large type and cuts double rates ; Notices same price 
each insertion as daily. 

Advt. page 160. 

SUNDAY TRIBUNE. Independent, Established 
1877. P. E. Kelly, editor and proprietor. Subscription 
$2 ; claimed circulation 5240 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length 
of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil. 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $3, 3 months 
$8, 6 months $14, 1 year $20 ; 3 inches 3 mouths $20, 1 
year $50 ; 6 inches 3 months $40, 1 year $100 ; cuts game 
price. Solid cuts required. 

Y DRYCH (THE MIRROR). Every Thursday. Welsh. 
Independent. Established 1851. J. W. Jones & .T. C. 
Roberts, editors. Thos. J. Griffiths, proprietor. Sub- 
scription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 10,000; 8 pages, 6 
columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month 
$3.25, 3 months $7, 6 months $12, 1 year $20 ; 3 inches 
1 month $8, 3 months $17, 1 year $50; 1 column 1 time 
$12, 1 year $240 ; cuts same price ; Local and Special no- 
tices 50 per cent, Reading notices 100 per cent additional. 
Advt. page 354. 



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The Inter Ocean is published every day in the 
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NORTH CAROLINA. 



GOLDSBORO. 

TRANSCRIPT AND MESSENGER. Every Friday. 
Democratic. Established 1867. Julius A. Bonitz, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 
6700: 4 pages, 9 columns : length of columns 25 1-2 inches, 
width 21-8 inches, Adveitising rates, nonpareil, 15 
lines 1 time $1, 1 month $-2.75, 3 months $7, 6 months $13, 
1 year $25 ; 5 inches 1 year $70 ; 1 column 1 time $12, 3 
months $80, 1 year $225; cuts same price ; Reading mat- 
ter 1 time 20 cents, subsequent insertions 15 cents per 
line. 

METHODIST ADVANCE. Every Wednesday. Meth- 
odist. Established 1880. Rev. W. M. Robey, D.D., edi- 
tor. Advance Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription 
$2; claimed circulation 2000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length 
of columns 24 inches, width 21-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 incb 1 time $1. 1 mouth $2.50, 3 
months $6.50, 6 months $9, 1 year $15 ; 4 inches 3 months 
$12, 1 year $32 ; 1 column 1 year $160 ; cuts same price : 
Reading notices, nonpareil, first 10 cents, subsequent in- 
sertions 5 cents per line. 

As an Advertising Medlumthe HEethodi*t 
Advance ranks A 1. Circulates largely In 
every county and at nearly every post-of- 
fice In North Carolina, and thereby reaches 
a large number of the best people through- 
out ihc State. Advertising rates very rea- 
sonable. 

RALEIGH. 

NEWS AND OBSERVER. Every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1867. S. A. AsKe, editor. A*he, Garling & 
Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $7, claimed circu- 
lation 2500 ; weekly $2, claimed circulation 3200 ; 4 pages 
(weekly 8 pages), 7 columns ; length of columns 22 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Adveitising rates, daily 1 inch 1 
time$l, 1 week $3.50, 1 month $8,3 months $16, 6 months 
$20, 1 year $30 ; 3 inches 3 months $25, 1 year $60 ; 1-2 
column 1 year $200: cuts same price ; City items 10 lines 
1 week $3.50, 1 month $10, 1 year $100. Weekly rates 1-2 
of daily. 

BIBLICAL RECORDER. Every Wednesday. Bap- 
tist. Established 1835. Rev. C. T. Bailey, editor. Ed- 
wards, Broughton & Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 ; 
claimed circulation 4700 ; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of 
columns 23 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2. 50, 3 months 
$7.50, 6 months $14, 1 year $25 ; 4 inches 3 months $25, 
1 year $60 ; 1-2 column 1 year $130 ; cuts same price ; 
Special notices 20 cents per line. No special positions. 



CHRISTIAN A DVOCATE.- -Every Wednesday. Meth- 
odist. Established 1855. Black & Reid, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 45CO ; 8 
pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$1, 1 month $3, 3 months $7. 6 months $13, 1 year $20 ; 
2 inches $35, 3 inches $45, 4 inches $50, 1 column $185 for 

1 year ; cuts same price. Special notices 1-4 more. 

FARMER AND MECHANIC. Every Wednesday. 
Agricultural. Established 1877. R. A. Shotwell, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 
2000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 24 icehes, 
width 21-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 3U cents 
per inch per week. Cuts same price. 

This paper Is the one lor you, If you \vlsh 
to learn about North Carolina and the 
South. Send 50 cents to try It. 

NORTH CAROLINA FARMER. Monthly. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1876. James H. Ennies. editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $1 ; sworn circulation 7000 ; 
24 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 10 inches, width 

2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$1, 3 times $2, 6 times $3.50, 1 year $5 ; 1-2 column Jl 
time S3, 3 times $7, 6 times $12, 1 year $22 ; 1 column 1 
year $40 ; cuts same price. Reading matter 20 cents per 
line. 



WILMINGTON. 

MORNING STAR. Every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Conservathe. Established 
1867. Wm. H. Bernard, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription, daily $7, estimated circulation 1500 ; weekly 
$1.50, estimated circulation 2500 ; 4 pages, 7 columns 
(weekly 8 columns); length of columns 21 1-2 inches 
(weekly 24 inches), width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, daily, 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $4, 1 month 
$10, 3 months $24, 1 year $60; cuts same price. Weekly 
10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $4, 3 months $10, 1 year $25 ; 
30 lines $55, 60 lines $90 for one year. 

REVIEW. Every morning except Sunday, and JOUR- 
NAL, Fridays. Democratic. Established, daily 1875, 
weekly 1844. Josh. T. James, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $4, claimed circulation 1150; week- 
ly $1.50, claimed circulation 850 ; 4 pages, 6 columns 
(weekly 7 columns) ; length of column, daily 111 1-2 inches, 
weekly 21 1-2 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, daily, 10 lines, 1 time $1, 1 week $4, 1 month 
$10, 3 months $24, 1 year $60. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1, 
1 month $4, 3 months $10, 1 year $25 ; cuts same price. 

Guaranteed the largest circulation of any 
dally newspaper published In the city. 



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DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. 




Conditions payment for advertising 
on larger circulation than any other 
three dailies in Indiana combined. 

The great medium for SPECIAL 
11 WANT " ADVERTISEMENTS, 

Price: One Cent a Word each insertion. 



JOHN H. HOLLIDAY & CO., Publishers, 
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 



THE SATURDAY HERALD, 



INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. 



'The Home Journal of the West.' One of the ablest papers of the country." Pcoria Call. 



The leading Weekly Journal of Indiana. 

THE SATURDAY HERALD is a large eight-page and seven-column paper, and has a large cir- 
culation among the best class of readers in Indianapolis and Indiana. 

THE SATURDAY HEUALD, by reason of the quantity and quality of its circulation, is one of 
the best advertising mediums in the West. 

THE SATURDAY HERALD is independent on all question?, and is adapted to the wants of every 
class of readers. 

THE SATURDAY HERALD is a welcome visitor in workshops, counting-rooms, farm-houses, 
and city homes. 

^-ADVERTISING HATES ARE REASONABLE, BUT SPACE 
IS NOT GIVEN AWAY. 



. H. DOOLEY, Editor and Proprietor, 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



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OHIO. 



CINCINNATI. 

ABEND PRESSE. Every eveningexcept Sunday. Ger- 
man. Established J877. Torges & Austerlitz, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $3 ; estimated circulation 
6000; 4 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 171-2 
inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates will be fur- 
nished on application. Address ttie publisher, or Jno. 
V. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, New York. 

ANZEIGER. Every evening except Sunday, Sunday 
morning, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. German. Estab- 
lished 1880. Emil Paetor & Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription, daily with Sunday $8, estimated circula- 
tion 4000; weekly $1.50, estimated circulation 5500; 4 
pages, 8 columns (weekly 9 columns) ; length of columns 
24 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. For advertising rates, 
address the publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co. ,29 Park 
row, New York. 

Advt. page 260. 

COMMERCIAL GAZETTE. Every morning, and 

WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Established 1793. 
The Commercial Gazette Co., proprietors. Subscription, 
daily wich Sunday $14, claimed circu ation 33,000 ; week- 
ly $1.25, claimed circulation 91,000; 8 pages, 7 columns 
(Saturday and Sunday 12 to 16 pages, 8 columns) ; length 
of columns 23 inches, width 2 2-7 inches. Advertising 
rar.es, daily, agate, 15 cents; 5ih and 8lh pages 18 cents ; 
preferred Specials and Business notices 25 cents per line 
each insertion ; Reading msttter, nonpareil, 50 cents, 
minion 75 cents per line each insertion. Weekly 65 
cents ; Business notices $1 per agate line ; Reading mat- 
ter, nonpareil. $1.50 per line each insertion. Discounts: 
$100, Sperjcrnt; $300, 10 pur cent, ; $500, 15 percent; $1000, 
20 per cent ; $1500, 25 per cent ; $2000 and upward 30 per 
cent. F. T. M ;Faddun, Trioune building, New York 
City, special agent, to whom all Eastern business must 
be sent. 

Advt. page 23?. 

ENQUIRER. Every morning,and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days. Democratic. John R. McLean, ejitor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription, daily, including Sunday $14, 
claimed circulation 46,uOO ; weekly $1.15 ; claimed circu- 
lation 90,000 ; 8 pages (Saturday 12, Sunday 16 pages). 8 
columns ; length of columns 24 1-4 inches, width 2 1-5 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily, ordinary 12 1-2 
cents ; Special notices 5th page 15 cents ; Local or Busi- 
ness notices 5th page 20 cents; Reading matter notices 
">ih or 8th page 50 cents : preferred reading matter no- 
tices 5ih or 8th page $1 per line each insertion ; Medical 
cards inside pages 12 1-2 cents, 5th or 8ih page 18 3-4 cents 
per line each insertion ; double columns and cuts 50 per 
cent additional. Weekly 75 cents; Local notices $1 ; 
Reading notices $1.50 per line each insertion. L. H. 
Crall, Times Building, New York, Eastern representative. 

EVENING POST. Every evening except Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established 1880. J. H. Ridenpur, editor. 
Post Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $3 ; 
sworn circulation 30,2i7 ; 4 pages, 6 columns ; length of 
columns 19 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 12 1-2 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same 
price. Solid curved cuts required. 

The Post lias the largest circulation lit 
the city and surrounding country in Ohio, 
Indiana and Kentucky oi" any other city 
dally, and is sold by newsboys live to o>ne 
of any other. Nee advertisement on page 
268. 

Advt. 



FREIE PRESSE. Every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Wednesdays. German. Established 1874. Torges & 
Austerlitz, proprietors. Subscription, daily $10, esti- 
mated circulation 7000 ; weekly $2, estimated circu a- 



t\|n 12.000; 8 pages, 6 columns (weekly 8 columns);, 
length of columns BO inches (weekly 22 1-t inches), width. 
2 1-8 inches. For advertising rales, addi ess the publish- 
ers, or Jno. F. Phillips <& Co., 29 Park ro>v, New York. 
Advt. paye 268 

NEWS-JOURNAL. Every morning, and NEWS, Wed- 
nesdays. Democratic. Established 1882. Subscripr.ioir, 
daily $9, claimed circulation Ki.OOO : weekly fl, claimel 
circulation 32,000 ; 8 pages, 6 cnlnmns ; lengih of columns 
20 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rate-, 
daily, agate, 12 1-2 cents per line each insertion; cuts 
same price; Reading notices 25 to 75 cents per line ac- 
cording to location. "Weekly, 25 cents; Business notices 
(count lines) 50 cents per line eacti insertion; Reading 
matter 75 cents per line each insertion. 
Advt. page, 244. 

TIMES-STAR. Every evening except Sunday, Sunday 
morning, and TIMES, Thursdays. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1837. Times-htar Co., proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $6, claimed circulation 33,000; weekly $1, claimed 
circulation 64,000 ; 8 page*, 6 columns (Sunday and weekly 

7 columns); length of columns 20 1-3 inches, width 2 l-i 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, iigate, 12 1-2 cents per 
line each time; 80.i lines 12 cents, 500 line* 11 1-2 cents t 
800 lines 11 cents, 1000 lines 10 1-2 cents. 1200 lines It) 
cents, 15uO lines 9 1-2 cents, 2000 lines 9 cents, 2400 linos 

8 2-3 cents ; greater space by special contnict ; Business 
notices 20 cents per line; 100 lines 18 cents, 200 lines 16 
cents, 300 lines 15 cents, 500 lines 12 cents; Special 
notices 25 cents per line ; if more than 100 lines .20 cents ; 
pure reading 50 cents per line ; over 50 lines 40 cents. 
Weekly, ordinary 50 cent-< per line ; 150 lines 48 cents, 30') 
lines 46 cent s, 500 lines 44 cent-, 800 lines 42 cents, 1000 
lines 40 cents, 1200 lines 38 cents. 1500 lines 36 cents, 200(1 
lines 34 cents: greater space by special contract; Business 
notices 60 cents per line; 100 lines 55 cents, 500 lines 50 
cents, 1000 lines 45 cents; pure reading matter $1.25 pet- 
line each time; no extra charee for cuU.j L. H. Crull, 
Times Building, New York, Eastern representative. 

The Dally Is the home paper of the whole 
people of the Ohio Valley. The Weekly 
'times has a circulation all over the We*t 
and Mouth. The Nuiiday Times-Mai- i* 
rapidly conilnz to the Trout as the leading 
Sunday paper ol' the city. 

Advt. page 224. 

VOLKSBLATT Every morning except Sunday, 
WESTLICHE BLAETTER, Sundays, a .d WEEKLY, 
Tuesdays. German. Independent. E?tabii-hed 1836. 
F. Hassaurek, editor. Cincinnati Volkshlatt Co.. pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $9.20, claimed circulation 
20000; weekly $2. claimed cin illation 12,000 ; 8 pages, 7 
columns ; lenyth of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-7 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 8 lines 1 time $1, 2 
times $1.75, 1 week $4, 1 month $12, 3 months $20, 6 
months $32. 1 year $60 ; cuts same price ; Special notices 
20 cents ; Business notices 50 cents per line. Weekly and 
Sunday, 8 lines $1 each insertion. Solidcuts required. 

VOLKSFREUND. Every morning except Sunday. 
SONNTAGMORGEN, Sundays, and WEEKLY, Wednes- 
days. German. Democratic. Henry Haacke & Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily witi Sunday $10.60, 
stimated circulation 7000 ; weekly $2.10, estimated circu- 
lation 12,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 20 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily, 8 lines 1 time 75 cents. 1 week $3.5C, 1 month $7, 3 
months 812.50. Weekly, 8 lines 1 week $1, 1 montn $3, 3 
months $7 ; cuts same price ; special rates for large space 
or long time. 

AMERICAN CHRISTIAN REVIEW. Every Th;ir. 
day. Disciples. Established 1856. John F. Rowe, editor. 
George W. Rice, publisher. Subscription $2 ; claimed 



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MORRISON MUNFORD, CHAS. E. HASBROOK, 



Magnificent 
Record. 

THE KANSAS CITY TIMES. 



POSTAGE PAID IN 1881 $3.665.26 

POSTAGE PAID IN 1882 7,199.70 

POSTAGE PAID IN 1883 10,196.46 

To THE KANSAS CITY TIMES Co.: 

POST OFFICE, KANSAS CITY, Jan. 1, 1884 I have to inform 
you that the periodical uo^tage on the regular editions of your 
DAILY. SUNDAY and WEEKLY TIMES for 1881, was $3,665.26 ; 
for 1882, |7,199.70; for 1883, $10,196.46. 



COMBINED CIRCULATION 



THE DAILY TIMES, 

JXISSSSS MOO.OOO Copes Each .ssua. 



Orders Solicited Froi Responsible Advertisers Only. 

ADDRESS 

THE TIMES, 

KANSAS CITY, MO. 



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circulation 10,500 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
21 inches, width '<! 1-8 incnes. Advertising rates, agate, 
15 cents per line each insertion ; discount: 4 times 10 per 
cent, 13 times 15 per cent, 20 t'mes and over 20 per cent : 
cuts same price, 

AMERICAN GRANGE BULLETIN. Every Thursday 
(with monthly eupplemen', OUR LITTLE GRANGERS^. 
Asriculturnl. Established 1873. F. S. Wolcott, Mortimer 
Whitehead and C. L. Whitney, editors. Grange Bulletin 
Co., proprietors. Subscription $1.25 ; claimed circulation 
25,500 : 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rat< s. nonpareil, per line 

1 to 10 times 1(i 2-3 cents, 10 to 26 times 14 1-2 cents, over 
2(i times 12 1-2 cents each insertion. 

A National Agricultural Weekly, read 
each week by one hundred thousand 
I'ar iners. 

Advt. page 230. 

AMERICAN ISRAELITE. Every Friday. Jewish. 
Established 1834. Isaac M. Wise, editor. Leo Wise & 
Co., proprietors. Subscription $4; claimed circulation 
15,117; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 21 3-4 
inches, width 2 3-16 inches. Advertising rales, agate, 
12 1-2 cents per line each insertion; cuts same price: 
discounts : $25, 5 per cent ; $50, 10 per cent : $100, 20 per 
cent, $200, 30 percent ; Special notices 1-4 extra; E. O.W. 
1-4 off: Reading notices 25 cents per line. 

The oldest, largest, and most widely cir- 
culated Jewish newspaper in the world. 
Circulates in every county of every State 
and Territory. 

Advt. page 266. 

CATHOLIC TELEGRAPH. Every Thursday. Roman 
Catholic. Established 1866. O. Smith, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription $2.50 ; estimated circulation 700": 
8 pHges. 6 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 

2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$1, subsequent insertions 75 cents ; cuts same price. 
Discounts for large space or long time. 

CHRISTIAN STAND VRD. -Every Saturday. Chris- 
tian. Established 1855. Isaac Errett, editor. Standard 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription 1.25; claimed 
circulation 25, (100; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 

24 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 

25 cents, Business notices 35 cents, Reading notices 50 
cents per line each insertion. Discounts: $10, 5 per cent; 
$25. 10 per cent; $50, 15 per cent; $100, 25 per cent; $200, 
33 1-3 per cent : $300, 40 per cent. Cuts same price. 

The Christian .Standard is the largest cir- 
culated religious paper West. The general 
verdict oi' our client* is, "it Pays." 
Adot. page 250. 

CIIRTSTLICHE APOLOGETE. Every Monday. Ger- 
man. Methodist Episcopal. Established 1837. W. Nast 
and J. Krehbiel, editors. Walden & Stowe, publishers. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 17,400 ; 8 pages, 6 
columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per line each in- 
sertion. Discounts: 15 per cent on $50; 20 per cent on 
$100 ; 25 per cent on $300 ; 30 per cent on $500. Cuts same 
price ; special position 5 per cent extra. No medical ad- 
vertisements. Solid cuts required. 
Advt. page 243. 

HERALD AND PRESBYTER. - Every Wednesday. 
' Presbyterian. Established 1839. Monfort & Co., editors 
and proprietors Subscription $2.50; claimed circulation 
16,600; 8 pages. 7 columns; length of columns 21 3-4 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising ra'es, aga'e, 20 
cents per line each insertion. Discounts: 4 times 10 per 
cent; 13 times 20 per cent ; 26 times or more 40 per cent. 
Cuts same price. 

DEBORAH. Every Friday. Jewish. German. Isaac 
M. Wise, editor Leo Wise & Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription $2; claimed circulation 6800: 8 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns 12 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches.' Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil. $20 per inch per annum, with 
discounts according to amounts ; cuts same price. 
Advt. page 266 

DEMOCRAT. Every Saturday. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1882 Farming World Co.. proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $1.50; estimated circulation 5000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns ; length of columns 19 1-2 inches--, width 2 1 -8 inches. 



Advertising rates, agate. 25 cen's per line: cuts fame 
price; Reading notices or special positions 50 cents per 
j line. 

Outspoken and unmistakable in its ad- 
vocacy ol" pure Jcflersoiiian Democracy, it 
wields an enormous influence throughout 
the South and Southwest, as well as in the 
wealthy section immediately adjacent to 
Cincinnati. 

Advt. page 372. 

JOURNAL AND MESSENGER. Every Wednesday. 
Baptist. Established 1831. G. W. Lasher, D.D., editor 
and proprii tor. Subscription $2: claimed circulation S'OOO; 
8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 21 l-2inches, \\idth 
21-4 incites. Advertising rates, agate, 20 cents per line 
! each insertion. Discounts: 4, times 10 per cent; 3 months 
20 per ceiu ; 6 months or Iqnger 40 per cent ; cuts same 
price. 

MARINE JOURNAL. Every Thursday. Steamboat 
interests. Established 1S78. Vrank Baker, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 700 ; 
4 pages. 8 columns ; length oi' columns 24 inches, width 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$1.15 ; 1 month $6 ; 3 month- $15 : 6 months $2> ; 1 year 
$40; cuts same price; Reading notices 50 cents per line. 

Circulates among steamboatmen, mer- 
chants, manufacturers, farmers and plant- 
ers oil all Western and Southern rivers, 
and is the official organ of the Marine 
Engineers of the United State*. 
Advt. page 250. 

MERCHANT AND MANUFACTURER Every Tues- 
day. Commercial. Established 1868. T. J. Smith, ed- 
iror. T. J . Smith & Co., proprietors. Subscription $3 ; 
claimed circulation FOOO ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length of 
columns 26 inche-, width 2 1-6 inches. 

The oldest trade paper in Cincinnati, 
and the best medium for reaching busi- 
ness firms in the South and Southwest. 
For advertising rates, addiess the pub- 
lisher, or Jno F. Phillips &. Co.. New 
York. 

MERCHANT TRAVELER. -Every Saturday. E^tab- 
lished 1880. W. J. Lampton, editor. Drummer Publishing 
Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 
18,000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per 
line 1 time 15 cents, 6 times 12 cents, 13 times 10 cents, 
26 times, 9 cents, 1 year 8 cents each insertion ; cuts came 
price. 

Advt. page's^. 

SATURDAY NIGHT. Every Saturday. Literary 
Established 1872. J. C. Getzendanner, editor and propri 
(-tor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 6100; 8 page-!, 

6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-8 incli- 
es. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 5-8 incli (7 lines) 1 time 
$1, 1 month or more 75 cents each insertion : cuts same 
price. 

Advt. page 264. 

TRADE LIST Every Thursday. Commercial. E- 
tablished I860. L. Barney, manager. Subscription J*3: 
estimated circulation 6000:20 pag*-s. 4 columns ; length of 
columns 13 1-4 inches, width 2 1-5 incnes For advertis- 
ing rates, address the publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & 
Co., 29 Park row New York. 

WAHRHEITSFREUND. Every Wednesday. Ger- 
man. Catholic. Established 1837. A. Juittner, editor. 
Benziger Bros., proprietors. Subscription $2.50; sworn 
circulation 12,200 ; 8 paves, 7 column-* ; length of columns 
22 inches, width 21-4 inches. Advertising rates, anaie. 
1 time 10 cents, 1 month 7 cents, ?, months 6 cents, 6 
months 5 cents, 1 year 4 cents per line each insertion ; 
cuts same price. 

The Oldest Oermxii Catholic paper in 
the United States. It is extensively pat- 
ronized b> the Kev. Clergy and Religious 
Communities, as well as by German Cath- 
olics throughout the United States. 

WESTER.V CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE -Every Wed 
nesd'iy. Methodist Episcopal. Established 1834." Fran- 
cis S. Hoyt, D.D.. editor. Wulrlon A Sto.vr. publis' ers 
Subscription $2.20; daiim-d circulation 2'i.5(H): 8 pMges. 

7 columns; length of c dumns 2J 3 4 incho'. width 2 






172 JNO. F. PHILLIPS <K UO.'S 




Courier-Joiir&al. 



THE REPRESENTATIVE 'SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER. 

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. 




Than any Paper in the South or Southwest, 



AND 



MORE C031MANDING and CREATING IN ITS INFLUENCE 

Than all the other Southern Newspapers Combined. 



Equitably proportioned to the Actual Circulation, and rigidly adhered to. 



EASTERN OFFICE : 

Nos. 63 and 64 Tribune Building, New York. 



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Advertisements received by all reputable Advertising Agents. 



NEWSPAPER KATE-BOOK. 



173 



1-3 'inches. Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line 
each insertion; discounts: on $50, 15 per cent : 20 per 
cent on $100 ; 25 per cent on $300 ; 30 per cent on $500 ; 
cuts same price; Business items 37 1-2 cents per agate line 
each insertion; solid cuts required. No patent medicines 
advertised. 

Advt. page 248. 

WESTERN TOBACCO JOURNAL. Every Monday. 
Established 1874. Thos. Mason, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2; claimed circulation 5600; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns 13 1-2 inches, width 21-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, 1 inch 3 months $4, 6 months $7, 1 
year $12; 1-16 page % months $12, 6 months $20, 1 year 
S3", 1-4 page 3 months $33, 6 months $65, 1 year $125; 
cuts same price. 

The only Tobacco Trade Paper pub- 
lished in the United States in and near 
the Tobacco Growing Districts. 
Advt. page 340. 

DISCIPLE OP CHRIST. 15th and 30th of each month. 
Disciples. Established 1883. S. M. Jefferson, editor. 
H. C. Hall, publisher. Subscription $2; claimed circula- 
tion 10,000 ; 32 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 10 
inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 25 
cents per line each insertion; cuts same price. 
Advt. page 250. 

FARMING WORLD. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Agricultural. Established 1879. Jas. C. Edwards, ed- 
itor. T. 8. Gardner, publisher. Subscription 75 cents; 
claimed circulation 27,360 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 21 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 20 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same 
price ; special position 1-4 extra ; Reading notices 40 
cents per line per time. 

Strictly agricultural, reaching the cream 
of the farmer aitd suburban purchasing 
element at 7233 offices. Both original 
agricultural correspondence and advertis- 
ing patronage are undoubtedly heavier 
than ever before controlled by one paper, 
and frequent 28-coliimn supplements are 
a necessity. Nothing for sale, no solici- 
tors, no private terms. 

Advt. page 276. 

AGENTS' AID. Monthly. Established 1881. Cincin- 
nati Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion 50 cents; claimed circulation 40,000; 8 pages, 5 col- 
umns ; length of columns 16 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line each insertion ; 
discounts: $5, 15 per cent; $7. 20 per cent ; $14, 22 1-2 per 
cent; $21, 25 per cent ; $28,27 1-2 per cent; $35,30 per 
cent; $42, 32 1-2 per cent; $49, 35 per cent; $56, 37 1-2 per 
cent; $63, 40 per cent; $70, 42 1-2 per cent; $'<7, 45 per 
cent; $84, 47 1-2 per cent ; $100, 50 per cent; cuts same 
price. 

Advt. page 338. 

AMERICAN INVESTOR. Monthly. Mechanical. 
Established 1878. J. S. ZKRBE, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1; claimed circulation 14,000; 24 to 32 pages, 

4 columns; length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-8 inch- 
es. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 
3 times $4.20, 6 times $7.50, 1 year $11.40; 3 inches $30.50, 

5 inches $45, 1 column $90 for 1 year; cuts same price. 

HAUS UNO HERD. Monthly. German. Methodist. Es- 
tablished 1873. Henry Liebhart, editor. Walden & Stowe, 
publishers. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 8000 ; 
56 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 10 inches, width 
2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per 
line each insertion; cuts same price. 
Advt. page 248. 

MOODY'S STAR FASHION JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Fashions. Established 1883. D. W. Moody, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $3 ; claimed circulation 30.000 ; 
550 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 16 inches, width 
2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate 25 cents per line 
each insertion; cuts game price. 

Advt. page 246. 

MUSICAL VISITOR. -Monthly. Musical. Established 
1871. James R. Murray, editor. John Church & Co., 
proprietors. Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 3000; 
32 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 10 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil. $1.25 per 
inch each insertion; cuts same price. 



NATIONAL FARMER. Monthly. Agricultural. Es- 
tablished 1877. National Farmer Co., editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription 50 cents; estimated ci dilation 
4(K)0: 16 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 9 3-4 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising ratios, agate $1 per inch 
each insertion; less than 1-2 inch 10 cents per line per 
time; cuts same price; discounts- 3 months 5 per cent. 
6 months 10 per cent, 1 year 20 per cent. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL JOURNAL.-Monthly. Metho- 
dist Episcopal. Established 1869. J. H. Vincent. 
D.D., editor. Walden & Stowe, agents. Western Meth- 
odist Book Concern, publishers. Subscription 65 cents; 
claimed circulation 43,feCO; 32 pages, 2 columns: length of 
columns 7 1-4 inches, width 2 5-18 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per line each insertion; cuts 
same price; no patent medicine advertisements inserted. 
Solid cuts required. 

Advt. page 248. 

TEACHERS' MENTOR. Monthly. Disciples. Es- 
tablished 1875. Isaac Errett, editor. Standard Publishing 
Co., proprietors. Subscription 75 cents; claimed circula- 
tion 7000; 32 pages, 2 columns; length of columns6 inches,' 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate. 15 cents 
per line each insertion; discounts: $10, 10 percent; $25, 15 
per cent; $50, 25 per cent; cuts same prices. 

BALDWIN'S MUSICAL REVIEW.-Quarterly. Mu- 
sical. Established 1879. D. H. Baldwin & Co., fditors 
and proprietors. Subscription 25 cents: claimed circula- 
tion 12,500; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 9 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
per inch $2.50 per time; cuts same price; Reading notices, 
brevier, 50 cents per line. 



CLEVELAND. 

ANZEIGER. Every evening except Sunday, Sun- 
day morning, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. German. 
Independent. Established 1871. Wm. Kaufman, editor. 
Anzeiger Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$6, claimed circulation 4200; SundayJ$2, claimed circula- 
tion 5800; weekly $2, claimed circulation 2600; 4 pages, 8 
columns: length of columns 25 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 year, daily, $30, 
daily and weekly $40, daily, weekly and Sunday $50: 
cuts same price. 

HERALD. Every morning and evening except Sunday, 
Sunday morning, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Independent, 
Republican. Established 1819; J. H. A. Bone, editor. 
Herald Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$7.50 (evening edition $6), claimed circulation 17,000; 
Sunday $1.50, claimed circulation 17,000; weekly $1, 
claimed circulation 18,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns 21 1-3 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertisirg 
rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 time 12 1-2 cents, subsequent 
insertions 10 cents, 26 times 9 cents, 52 times 8 cents, 78 
times 7 cents, 156 times 6 cents. 312 times Scents per line 
each insertion; 1st and 8th paes 1-4 extra; cuts same 
prices; E. O. D., 2 times a week or 1 time a week t-ame 
price as for same number of consecutive insertions; 
Reading notices inside pages 15 cents, Local notice* 
5th page 25 cents, Local editorial notices 8th page 30 
cents per line each insertion. The same rates apply for 
Sunday. Weekly 15 cents per line; Reading notices 20 
cents, irspecial position 30 cents per line each insertion. 
Advt. page 280. 

LEADER.- Every morning, and WEEKLY, Saturdays, 
and NEWS every evening except Sunday. Republican. 
Established 1848. Edwin Cowles, editor. Leader Printing 
Co., proprietors. E. H. Perdue, manager. Subscription, 
daily $10, claimed circulation 22,000; weekly $1.25, chiimoii 
circulation 22,500; 8 to 12 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns 22 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily (including Lender and News), nonpareil. 1 time 
15 cents, each additional insertion 121-2 cents; 1 yer 10 
cents per line; large orders, 3 months, daily, 10 cents per 
line per time; E.O.D., 2 times a week, and 1 time a wte'< 
at same price as if consecutive insertions; 1st and 8th 
pages 1-2 extra: no extra charge for cuts; Reading notices 
25 cents, Special notices 5th page 30 cents, Local edito- 
rial notices 40 cents per line each insertion; Sunday 15 
cents per line each insertion. Notices same rate as in 
daily. Weekly 20 cents per line each inrenion: 1 inch 
1 year $100; Local or Reading no-ices 30 cents per line 
each insertion. Solid cuts required. L. H. Crall, 41 Park 
row, New York, Eastern representative. 



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18S1. 




LEAVEMl OUTH, KANSAS. 



REPRESENTING THE COMBINED CIRCULATION OF 

THE TIMES, CONSERVATIVE, BULLETIN, AND COMMERCIAL, 

THE FOUR OLDEST PAPERS IN KANSAS. 

THK TIMES is the oldest paper, the leading pap* r, is published in the largest oily in the State, and has (he largest 
circulation of any paper in Kansas. Daily, $5 a year ; weekly, $1 a year. 



rs TO ADVJSRTISKJUS. 

1. THE TIMES ha? 5240 circulation. 

2. It has 13.H80 weekly circulation 

; : . Itis printed in the metropolis of Kansas. 

4. Its advertisirii: rates, considering circulation, are very retisonab'e. 

5. It ha* bean published without interruption for twenty-live years. 

6. It is the only Leavenworth paper receiving the morning western Associated Press reports. 

7. It hi s subscribers in every post-office, and is read by the people of every city, village, and hamlet in the Stale 
of K ID say. 

8. It. never inserts an advertisement for a man who is not financially responsible, hence you are not thrown into 
competition with humbugs and frauds. 

!>. While it is recognized as an outspoken "journal, fearless and bold in the expression of its conviction? it is an 
; dvocate of Republican principles in a State that gives 50,000 Hi-publican majority. 

10. Kansas the past year has produced the greatest croj s of any Slate in the Union. It has more cattle, more hogs 
more wheat, more corn, more oats, and more general prosperity than any other State, and i's people are out of debt' 
growing rich, and will buy and pay for more goods than any other Western State during the coming year 

11. THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES has five times the circulation in the city, and ten times the mail circulation of 
any other paper in Leavenworth. 

D. B. ANTHONY, Editor and Proprietor, 

Leaven-worth, Kansas. 




OPIE P. READ, 



LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS. 

EDITOR. I P. D. BENHAM, 



BUSINESS MANAGER. 



Circulation 26,OOO each Issue. 



DEVOTED TO HUMOR, LITERATURE, AND GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Tli f A rkaiisa \v Traveler is one of the most widely known and most extensively copied papers in America, 
which fact alone is srffic'ent evidence of its immense popularity. 

As an advertising medium, The .Irksmsaxv Traveler is superior to most papers published in the South. 
Its immense Smte circulation and its large and growing circulation throughout all the Southern States make it a 
specially desirable medium for advertisers who wish Southern trade. 



STATE OF ARKANSAS, | IMPORTANT TO ADVERTISERS. 

COUNTY OF PKLASKI. ) V 

Personally appeared before me the undersigned authority, P. I). Benham nnd II. M. Hadfield, 
who state upanoath that the weekly circulation of the Ai-Uansuw Traveler is <ilti>i>* g-t.UOO cnjiics. 

P. D. BENHAM, Buswttti Manager. 
H. M. HADFIELD, Mall Uwrlc. 



Subscribed and sworn to before me, I 
this 10th day of April, 1884. j" 



C. T. WALKER, Notary Ptillic, 



New York Office, Tribune Building. 



A. F. RICHARDSON, Manager. 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



175 



PENNY PRESS. Every even ing except Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established 1878. Scripps & Sweeney, editors 
and publishers. Subscription $3; estimated circulation 
20,000; 4 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 19 inches, 
width 2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 16 2-3 cents per 
line each insertion; cuts same price. 

PLAINDEALER. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1842 
W. W. Armstrong, editor. Plaindealer Publishing Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $6. claimed circulation 
5480; weekly $1.15, claimed circulation 12,720; daily 4 
pages, 8 columns; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns US 1-2 inches (weekly 20 inches), width 2 1-ti 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 
time $1, subsequent insertions 50 cents, 1 month $10 8 
months $25, 6 months $45, 1 year $80; cuts 1-4 less; E.O D. 
2-3, 2 times a week 1-2 of daily monthly rates; 1 time a 
week 7 1-2 cents per line each insertion after first; Head- 
ing notices inside pages 10 cents. Local notices 4th 
page 20 cents per line each insertion. Weekly 10 lines 1 
time $2, 1 month $6; each subsequent insertion $1; 
Reading notices inside pages 20-cents, Locals 8th pae 
30 cents per line. Solid cuts required. 
Advt. page 288. 

CATHOLIC UNIVERSE. Every Thursday. Catholic. 
Established 1874. Manly Tello, editor and publisher. 
Subscription ft.60; claimed circulation 7500; 8 p iges, 6 
columns; lengili of columns 21 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 month 
$4, 3 months $8, 1 year $20; 1-4 column 1 month $12.50, 3 
months $25, 1 year $80; cuts same price; Business notices 
20 cents per line. 

Advt. page 334. 

CHRISTLICHE BOTSCHAFTER. Every Monday. 
German. Evangelical. Established 1830 Lauer & 
Yost, editors and proprietors. Subscription $2; esti- 
mated circulation 18,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, per line, 20 cents each insertion, 3 months 15 
cents, 6 months 12 cents, 1 year 10 cents; cuts same 
price. 

EVANGELICAL MESSENGER. Every Tuesday 
Evangelical. Established 1848. Lauer & Yost, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $2 ; estimated circulation 
12,000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns: length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time 
15 cents, 3 months 12 cents, 6 months 10 cents, 1 year 8 
cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

IRON TRADE REVIEW. - Every Saturday. Com- 
mercial. Established 1868. Wilson M. Day, editor. 
Day & Caner, proprietors. Subscription $3; claimed 
circulation 6400 ; 20 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 
13 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 month $5, 3 months $10, 6 
months $17.51), 1 year $30; cuts same price. 
Advt. page 256. 

MARINE RECORD. Every Thursday. Marine news. 
Established 1878. A. A. Pomeroy, editor 'and proprietor. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 5000; 8 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns 15 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 month $3, 6 months 
$17, 1 year $30; 4 inches 1 year $100 ; cuts same price. 

The Marine Record Is Invaluable as an 
advertising medium for marine <MM(*. be- 
ing tlie only Journal on the lakes devoted 
to that interest. 

Advt. page 306. 

OHIO PRACTICAL FARMER. Every Saturday. 
Agricultural. Establishen 1848. M. J. Lawrence, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $1.25 ; sworn circulation 
ol,500; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 12 3-4 
inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 30 
cents per line each insertion; cuts same price; Special 
position 25 per cent additional; Business notices, leaded 
>0 cents per line count; Reading type notices $1 per line 
count. Discounts: 10 per cent on $40, 15 per cent on $110 
20 per cent on $200. 25 per cent on $300. 

Ha* by far the largest actual circulation 

oi any weekly agricultural journal of 

America and is closely read every week 

in over sixty thousand homes 

Advt. 



REFORMIRTE KIRCHENZEITUNG Every Tues- 
day. German. Reformed Church. Established 1854 
Rev. L. Praickchatis, editor. Aug. Breker, proprietor. 



Subscription $2 ; estimated circulation 6000; 8 pages, 5 
columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 week $1, 1 
month $2, 3 months $5; cuts same price ; only advertise- 
ments suitable for a religious paper inserted. 

SENDBOTE. -Every Wednesday. German. Baptist. 
Established I860. Rev. J. C. Haselhuhn. editor. Ger- 
man Baptist Publishing Society, H. Schulte. agent, pub- 
lishers. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 5800; 8 
pages, 5 columns; length of columns 28 inches; width 
2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 year 
$12.EO ; cuts same price. 

SUNDAY SUN. Independent. Established 1880. 
W. Scott Robison, editor. Sun Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 9000; 8 
pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 3-4 inches, widtli 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 6th or 7th 
pages 7 rents, 5th or 8th pages 10 cents per line ; cuts 
same price; Business notices, brevier, 20 cents per line.; 
5th or 8th page editorial notices 30 cents per line. 
Advt. page 238. 

VOICE. Every Sunday. Republican. Established 
1870. O.J.Hodge, editor. Voice Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2; sworn circulation 8000: 8 
pages, 7 columns; length of columns 22 inches, width 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time $1.20, 1 month $4, 3 months $10, 6 months $18, 1 
year $30 ; cuts same price : Buciuess locals 20 cents ; Top 
Head notices (less than 10 lines; 30 cents, 10 lines or over 
25 cents per line. 

BRAINARD'S MUSICAL WORLD. Monthly. Music. 
Established 1864. Karl Merz, editor. S. Brainard'w 
Sons, proprietors. Subscription $1.50; claimed circu- 
lation 15,000; 40 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 
10 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 20 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

Brainard's Illustrated Musical World In 
the oldest musical journal in the U.S. and 
has the largest circulation of any journal 
of Its class in the World. 

Advt. page 258. 

FARMER AND MANUFACTURER. Monthly. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1879. Farmer and Manufacturer 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription 50 cents ; 
claimed circulation 9000 : 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of 
columns 12 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 2 times $2.75, 3 times 
$4, 6 times $7, 1 year $12 ; 3 inches 3 times $10.50, 1 year 
$32 ; 10 inches 1 year $100 ; cuts same price ; Reading 
notices 25 cents per line. 

Advt. page 254. 

WESTERN MACHINIST. Monthly. Mechanical. 
Established 1882. Wilson M. Day, editor. Day & Carter, 
proprietors. Subscription 60 cents; claimed circulation 
5000 ; 16 pages. 4 columns; length of columns 16 inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1.50; 3 times $4, 6 times $7, 1 year $12; cuts same 
price. 

Advt. page 256. 



COLUMBUS. 

EVENING DISPATCH. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and DOLLAR DISPATCH, Wednesdays. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1860. W. D.Brickell & Co., editors 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $7, sworn circula- 
tion 6025 ; weekly $1, sworn circulation 4380 ; 4 pages, (I 
columns ; length of columns 23 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time 75 
cents, 1 week $3.50, 1 month $8, 3 months $18, 6 months 
$25, 1 year $40; 20 lines $75, 30 lines $100, 50 lines $150, 
100 lines $250 1 year; cuts same price; Local notices 10 
cents; City items 20 cents per line each insertion. Weekly 
rales 1-2 more than price for same number of insertions 
in daily. 

OHIO STATE JOURNAL. Every morning exceptr 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican Es- 
tablished, daily 1848, weekly 1811. B. R. Cowen, editor. 
Ohio State Journal Co., proprietors. J. C. Briggs, busi- 
ness manager. Subscription, daily $8, claimed circula- 
tion 4000 ; weekly $1, claimed circulation 10,000 ; daily 4 
pages, 8 columns ; weekly g pages, 6 columns ; length of 
columns 25 inches (weekly 20 1-2 inches), width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 9 lines 1 
time 60 cents, 2 times $1, 1 week $2.50, 1 month. $6, :", 



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MILWAUKEE. 



<JEO. W. PECK, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GEO. L. LORD, BUSINESS MANAGER, 

New Torfc Office, 65 Tribune Kuildiny. A. F. ItlCHAJtDSOlf, Manager, 

Circulation is now over 80,000 each issue. 




MR. PECK 

And His Little Pet Seven-year-old Boy, 

MASTER ROY. 

TO 

MILWAUKEE, April 9. 1884. 

I hereby certify that the average circulation of FECK'S SUN for the fifty -two \veekn ending April 5, 1884. 
\vas 7V,'J4i) copies each issue. (Signed) GEO. L. LORD, Business Manager. 

Sworn and subscribed to b'efore me, this 9th day of April, 1884. 

[SEAL.] (Signed) W. A. BOOTH, Notary Public, Milwaukee Co. 

ADVERTISERS WILL DO WELL~TO~TEST r THE MERITS OF "PECK'S SUN." 



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months 12. C months $20, 1 year $30 ; cuts same price; 
Business notices 10 cents, 3 or more times 8 cents, 
Reading matter 20 cents per line each insertion. Weekly 
! lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 month $3, 3 months $8, 6 
months $16, 1 year $30. Solid cuts required. 

CATHOLIC COLUMBIAN. Every Saturday. Catho- 
lic. Established 1875. Rev. D. A. Clarke, editor. .Jno. 
A. Kuster, business manager. Subscription $2 ; claimed 
circulation GOOD ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 

1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months. $5, 1 year $12. 
Discounts for large space. No extra charge for cuts. 

HOME GAZETTE. Every Thursday. Temperance. 
Established 1840. Hann & Adair, editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 3150 ; 4 
pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 22 1-2 inches, width 

2 l-Rinches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$1, I month $3, 3 months $7.80, 6 months $13, 1 year 
$20.80 ; cuts same price; Reading notices 25 cents per 
line. Special rates for large space. 

OHIO SONNTAGSGAST. Every Sunday. German. 
Independent,. Established 1878. L. Hirsch, proprie- 
tor. Subscription 8-page edition $2, claimed circulation 
2500: 4-page edition $1.25, claimed circulation 6000 ; 4 
and 8 pages, 7 columns : length of columns 21 inches, 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 
1 time 75 cents ; 4th page$l; cuts same price ; Reading 
notices 10 cents per line ; 4th page 15 cents. Discount 
foi- larger space and long time. 

Advt. page 252. 

OHIO WAI8ENFREUND. Every Wednesday. Ger- 
man. Established 1873. Rev. Joseph lessing, editor 
arid publisher. Subscription $1.50 ; estimated circula- 
tion 27,000 : 8 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 1-4 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. For advertising rates address 
the publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, 
New York. 

WESTROTE. Every Thursday. German. Estab- 
lished 1843. Reinhard & Fieser, editors and proprietors. 
Subscription $3 ; estimated circulation 10,500 J 4 pages, 
9 columns ; length of columns 25 1-2 inches, width 21-6 
inches. Advertising rates furnished on application to 
the publishers, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, 
New York. 

CITY AND COUNTRY. -Monthly. Literary and ag- 
ricultural. Established 1881. Will C. Turner, editor. 
Will C. Turner & Co., proprietors. Subscription 75 
cents; claimed circulation 24,000 ; 28 pages, 4 columns ; 
length of columns 13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line each insertion ; 
cuts same price; Reading notices $5 per inch. Discounts 
for long time. 

The best paying advertising medium in 
tlie West. Try it. 

COMPANION AND AMERICAN ODD FELLOW. 

Monthly. Odd-Fellowship. S. C. Chorlton, M.D., edi- 
tor. M. C. Lilley & Co., proprietors. Subscription $1 ; 
sworn circulation 5000; 16 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns 10 inches, width 2 9-16 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 month $1.50, 3 months $3.50, 
1 year $10 : cuts same price. 



DAYTON. 

DEMOCRAT. Every morning, and EMPIRE AND 
DEMOCRAT, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established, 
daily 1844, weekly 1808. Subscription, daily $10, esti- 
mated circulation 2500 ; weekly $2, estimated circulation 
4500 ; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages), 8 columns ; length of 
columns 24 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time $1. 1 week $2.50, 1 month 
$6, 3 months $12, 1 year $30 ; 3 inches 1 ye.r $65 ; cuts 
same pric.e. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1.25, 1 month $4, 3 
months $7.50, 1 year $20. 

JOURNAL. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Tues- 
days. Republican. Established, daily 1832, weekly 1808. 
W. D. Bickham, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
daily $9, claimed circulation 3000 ; weekly $1.50, claimed 
circulation -^700 ; 4 pages (weekly 6 pages), 9 columns ; 
length of columns, daily 24 inches, weekly 25 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 
3-4 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $3. 1 month $6, 3 
months $12, 1 year $30. cuts same price. Discount for 
larger space. E. O. D. 2-3. 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a 
week l-'i daily rates ; Special notices 1-4 extra; Local no- 
tices 12 1-2 cent*, 1 week or longer 10 cents, 1 month 



8 1-3 cents per line. Weekly 3-4 inch 1 time $1, 1 
month $2.50, 3 months $6, 1 year $15 ; Local notices 
15 cents ; 3 months 12 1-2 cents ; 1 year 10 cents. Solid 
cuts required. 

Triple the circulation of any competitor ; 
only member of Western Associated Press 
in Western Ohio. Write any reliable busi- 
ness man for Information of the '* Jour- 
nal's" standing and reputation. 

CHRISTIAN WORLD. Every Thursday. Reformed 
Church. Established 1849. Eev. E. Herbruck, editor. 
Herbruck, Loucks & Blum, proprietors. Subscription 
$2 ; claimed circulation 4200 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; 
length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 6 cents per line each insertion. 
Discounts ; 1 month 10 per cent, 8 months 20 per cent, 1 
year 40 per cent ; cuts inserted at same prices. 

HERALD OF GOSPEL LIBERTY. Every Saturday. 
Established 1808. Rev. A. W. Coan, editor. Rev. C. W. 
Garoutte, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circula- 
tion 5000 ; 16 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 13 
inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 inch 1 time 50 cents, 1 month $2, 3 months $5, 6 
months $9, 1 year $16 ; 2 inches 3 months $9, 1 year 
$28 ; 1-2 column 3 months $25, 1 year $72 ; cuts same 
price; Reading notices 10 cents per line each insertion. 
Solid cuts required. 

RELIGIOUS TELESCOPE. Every Wednesday. 
United Brethren. Established 1834. James W. Hott, 
editor. W. J. Shuey, publisher. Subscription $2, 
claimed circulation 12,000 ; Hi pages, 5 columns ; length of 
columns 19 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 10 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same 
price. 

FARMERS' HOME. Monthly. Agricultural. Estab- 
lished 1881. G. B. Dennis, editor. G B. Dennis & Co., 
proprietors. Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 
6100 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 15 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, per inch 1 
time $2.50, 3 times $7, 6 times $13. 1 year $24 ; over 5 
inches, 10 percent discount ; cuts same price; Local no- 
tices per agate Hne, 1 time 25 cents, 3 times 70 cents, 6 
times $1.25, 1 year $2; Reading notices per agate line. 1 
time 50 cents, 1 year $4 ; 10 per cent discount on 10 lines 
or more in local or reading notices. 

We have not got "The best adverlisiiig 
medium in America," but we are constant- 
ly on tlie push, ever alive to tlie interest of 
botli advertisers and readers. Yon can 
best judge by seeing tlie paper. Send for 
sample copy and advertising rates. 



MEDINA. 

GLEANINGS IN BEE CULTURE. 1st and 15th ot 
each month. Bee culture. Established 1873. A. I. 
Root, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1, estimated 
circulation 5000 ; 32 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 
8 1-2 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 20 cents per line each insertion. Discounts: 10 
lines and upward, 3 times 5 per cent ; 6 times 10 per 
cent ; 9 times 15 per cent ; 1 year 20 per cent. From 
50 lines upward, 10 to 40 per cent discount, according to 
time and space ; cuts same price. 

PATRON OF \HUSBANDRY.-Every Thursday. 
Grange. Established 1870. Charles P. Dument, editor. 
Patron of Husbandry Publishing Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription $1.50 ; claimed circulation 4000 ; 4 pages, 7 col- 
umns ; length of columns 21 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per inch 
each insertion ; cuts same price ; Reading notices, 7 
cents per line per time. 

SPRINGFIELD. 

GAZETTE. Every evening except Sunday. Inde- 
pendent Republican. Established 1879. R. T. Nelson, 
editor. T. E. Harwood, proprietor. Subscription $5 : 
claimed circulation 2700 ; 4 pages, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 22 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 30 cents, 1 week $2, 1 month $4, 3 
months $9, 1 year $25. Discounts foY large space. All 
metal cuts inserted without extra charge. 

REPUBLIC. Every evening except Sunday, and 

TWIfl V '1M,, , .,..,1 ...... TJ~..,'KHr.- TjV.*.i Kl ;^V><.^ loir* 



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ROCHESTER 



The only legitimate Sunday Newspaper of Rochester, 



CIRCULATES THROUG-H SIXTEEN COUNTIES. 



Jin 32igT~Lt - JPage, Family JSTevrs paper, 



and. 



CL 



success. 



THE BEST ADVERTISING BEDIM IN WESTERN NEff YORK. 



D. S. BERBER <fe CO., Publishers. 

THE DAILY AND WEEKLY 

SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, 

McCLA-TCHY & CO., Editors and. Pxi~blisliers. 



THE BEE has the Largest Circulation in California outside of San Francisco, as 
per the sworn statement of the Business Manager. It has a larger circulation in Sacramento City, 
in proportion to population, than has any paper in the United States in its place of publication. 

" By far the brightest and ablest paper ever published in Sacramento." San Francisco Exchange. 
" For Central and Northern California it is the best paper in the State." Butte County Register. 
" The leading and prominent newspaper of Sacramento. . . . Double the circulation of any paper published in 
the county." San- Francisco Chronicle, January 30, 1884. 

RICHMOND W~HIGT~ 

[ESTABLISHED 1824.] 
DAILY, SEMI- WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY. 



A prompt and reliable exponent of the every-day news of the world State and locaf news a 
specialty ; a political manual and text-book for Virginians, and a newspaper for the masses. 

The WEEKLY WHIG, having recently been enlarged, may now justly claim to be the most 
complete and exhaustive weekly newspaper ever printed in Virginia. It is made up for the farmers 
and country readers especially, forming a. complete and connected history of the times from week 
to week. Nothing of importance is omitted, either in local or State news, the latter being mostly 
in the form of brief and pointed original correspondence. The market reports are corrected to the 
day of publication, especial attention being paid to the grain and tobacco markets. 

The various editions of THE WHIG reach every-city and town in Virginia, and are unequalled 
as advertising mediums. 



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palest), (i columns ; length of columns 19 1-4 inches, width 
2 f-B inches. Advert ir-ing rales, daily, nonpareil. 1 inch 
1 time $1, 1 week $3 50, 1 month $7, 3 months $15, 1 year 
$36. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months 
$7, 1 year $17. Discounts 1'or larger space. Solid cuts 
inserted without extra charge. 

FARMERS' ADVANCE. Every Saturday. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1875. R. S. Thompson and Waldo F. 
Brown, editors. R. S Thompson, proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $1.25 ; estimated circulation 10.000 ; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns ; length of columns 12 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 5 cents per line each insertion ; 
cuts same price. 

LUTHERAN EVANGELIST. Every Fr'day. Lu- 
theran. Established 1877. S. A. Ort. D.D., editor. R. H. 
Youn<r, manager. Subscription $1.75 ; estimated circula- 
tion 4500 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 
inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
50 cents per inch each insertion ; cuts same price. 

SUNDAY NEWS. Independent. Established 1878. 
D. Thornti n West, editor. West & Marshall, proprie- 
tors. Subscription $2 : claimed circulation 3360 ; 6 pages, 
9 columns ; length of columns 26 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 
month $2, 3 months $4.50, 1 year $18 : cuts same price. 

The Only Sunday Paper In Springfield, 
O., one of the largest manufacturing cen- 
tre* in the United Males. 

FARM AND FIRESIDE. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Agricultural. Established 1877. Cha*. F. Thome, edi- 
tor. Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrirk, proprietors. Sub- 
scription 50 cents ; sworn circulation 153,000 ; 20 pages, 4 
columns ; length of columns 13 3-4 inches, width 21-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, $1 per line each inser- 
tion : cuts same price. 

I \Itl AND FIR INSIDE Is the only Agri- 
cultural Journal that Invites advertisers 
or their representatives to examine Mail 
Lists, Subscription Books, etc. We guaran- 
tee 153,OOO copies each issue, and there- 
fore have nothing to hide from the public, 
but open our entire establishment for the 
inspection of every one at all times. 

WE CL.AIM that FARIU AND FIHESIDE 
is the very best advertising medium in the 
United States, and gives more actual cir- 
culation for the money than any other 
Agricultural and Home Journal. Were 
\v < to claim live circulation for each copy 
printed, as many publishers do, we would 
have 765, OOO Circulation each issue. 

IT PAYS BETTER THAN ANY OTHER 
medium of any kind. We invite those 
who have not done MO to give it a trial. 

ADVERTISING RATES. 

Only One Dollar per line, for a Guaranteed 
Circulation of 153.OOO COPIES each Issue, 
with a liberal reduction on large adver- 
tisements and those running three mouths 
or more. 

Advt. colored insert. 

HOME COMPANION. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Juvenile. Established 1874. Mast, Crowell, & Kirk- 
patrick, editors and proprietors. Subscription 35 cents ; 
claimed circulation tiO,000 ; 8 pages, 4 columns; length of 
column 13 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 50 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same 
price. 

Advt. colored insert. 

OUR YOUNG PEOPLE. 1st and 15th of each mon'h. 
Juvenile. Established 1882. Mast, Crowell & Kirk- 
pntrick. editors and proprietors. Subscription, $1 : 
claimed circulation 50,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns 13 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
ra'es, ag^ke, 50 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same 
price. 

Advt. colored insert. 

ILLUSTRATED AMERICAN HOMES.- Monthly. 
Literary Established 1881. D. Thornton West, editor. 
West & Marshall, proprietors. Subscription 25 cents ; 
claimed circulation 25,000 : 16 pages, 4 columns ; length 
of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, inside pages 15 cents ; outside 20 cents ; 
Reading notices 25 cents per line ; cuts same price. 
Solid cuts required. Less than 6 lines charged 1 line extra 

The cheapest illustrated literary and 
family paper in the World. 




TOLEDO. 

BLADE. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 1835. D. R. 
Locke, editor. The Toledo Blade Co., proprieiors. 
Subscription, daily $5, claimed circulation 6500 ; weekly 
$1, claimed circulation 115,000 ; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages), 
8 columns ; length of columns 23 inches, width 2 1-12 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, each 9 lines 

1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2.50, 1 inontn $6, 3 mouths $12, 
6 months $18, 1 year $30 ; cuts same rates ; special 
positions 1-4 extra; E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 
time a week 1-3 of daily monthly rates ; Business 
locals, 10 cents for first, 5 cents per line for subsequent 
insertions. Weekly, agaie, 75 cents per line each in- 
sertion; Special notices 85 cents, Reading matter $1 pet- 
line. Discounts on 1 inch or more: 3 months 10 per 
cent; 6 months 20 per cent; 1 year 25 percent. Solid 
cuts required. 

The largest weekly circulation in Amer- 
ica. Mo exception. 

Advt. page 162. 

EVENING BEE. Every evening except Sunday, and 
BEE, Thursdays. Independent. Established 1876. John 
Paul Jones, editor. Toledo Printing and Publishing Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $5, claimed circulation 
8300 ; weekly $1, claimed circulation 3000 ; 4 pages, 8 
columns ; length of columns 23 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, each 9 lines 1 
time 75 cents, 2 times $1.25, 1 week $2.50, 1 month $6, 3 
months $12, 6 months $18, 1 year $30 ; cuts same price : 
1st page 1-2, outside pages 1-4, top of column or next 
reading matter 1-4 extra ; Business locals 1 time 10 
cents, 3 times 24 cents, 1 week 40 cents, per month $1.35 
per line; City specials 12 1-12 ceuis per line each inser- 
tion ; E O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a week 1-3 
daily monthly rates. Weekly each 9 lines 1 time 75 
cents, 1 month $2, 3 months $4.50, 1 year $15. Solid 
curved cuts required. 

The Evening Bee lias the largest circu- 
lation of any Daily Paper in Ohio, outside 
of Cleveland and Cincinnati. 

NEWS. Every Sunday. Independent. Established 
1879. Jas. M. Bloomer, editor. Bloomer & Samss, pro- 
prietors. Subscription $1.50: claimed circulation 4COO; 
4 pases, 9 columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 

2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 9 lines 1 time 75 cents, 
1 month $2.5Q, 3 months $6, 6 months $10. 1 year $18; 
cuts same price ; E. O. W. 35 per cent off ; Special 
position 1-4 extra ; Reading notices 15 cents, Business 
locals 10 cents per line each insertion. Also issue a 
WEEKLY Saturdays, circulation 1500, in which Sunday 
advertisements appear without extra charee. 

I>arge circulation among railroad men 
and mechanics. 

Advt. page 202. 

RAILROADER -Monthly. Railroad interests. Es- 
tablished 1877. W. R. Leflet, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1 ; sworn circulation 10.500; 24 pag< s, 3 
columns ; length of columns 13 inches, width 2 3-4 inches. 
Advertising raies, nonpareil, $2.50 per inch first ins-er- 
tion, subsequent insertions $2, 1 year $25 ; cuts same 
price. 

YOUNG^TOWN. 

NEWS-REGISTER. -Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Kstahlished 
1869. O. P. Shaffer, editor. Younastown Publishing 
Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $5, claimed circu- 
lation 6200 ; weekly $1, claimed circula'ion 4800 ; 4 pages 
(weekly 8 pages), 8 columns; length of columns 23 inches, 

I width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 
1 inch 1 year $40 ; cuts same price. Weekly $15 1 year ; 

1 Reading notices 5 cents per line. Solid cuts required. 



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THE LEADING PAPER OF THE SOUTH. 

THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. 
THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. 

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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT 



The only Member of the Western Associated Press in Nashville, and 
the only Paper issued Every Day. 

Subscription, per Annum: Daily, $12; Daily, except Sunday, $10.60; "Weekly, $1. 

THK AMERICAN, published in Nashville, the Capital of Tennessee, is the result of a consolidation of the 
two oldest journals of the State, the Republican Banner and Ilie Union and American, files of which 
date back to 1812. 

TO ADVJEEfcTISERS. 

The rates of advertising in THE AMERICAN, enabling you to address this large and intelligent constit- 
uency, are reasonable. Sample copies mailed free and terms of advertising furnished on application. 

Address THE AMERICAN, Nashville, Tennessee. 



O. H. CRANDALL, Publisher. 



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THE 




PUBLISHED AT QUINCY, ILLINOIS. 

32 PAGES MONTHLY. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. 3 Months' Trial, 25 Cents. 



The Best Paper for the Farmer and Jiis Family. For the Household 

it has no Equal. Ten Departments, all Full. Medical 

Formula} and Workshop new Features. 



ADVERTISING RATES 1 cents per line (agate), each insertion, except cover, which is 1 2 cents per 
line for inside cover, and 15 cents per line for outside of cover. No position guaranteed. All Advertise- 
ments for less time than three months Cash with order. For Advertisements running three months or 
more Cash quarterly after first insertion. 

All letters relating to advertising should be addressed to J. S. BASSETT, No. 320 North Third Street, 
St. Louis, Mo. CASH TERMS TO AGENTS. 



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OREGON 



PORTLAND. 

MORNING OREGONIAN. Every morning, and 
OREGONI AN, Fridays. Independent Republican. Es- 
tablished 1850. H. W. Scott, editor. Oregonian Pub- 
lishing Co., proprietors. H. L. Pittock, manager. Sub- 
scription .daily $10,claimed circulation 8200; Sunday $2.tO, 
claimed circulation 3600: weekly $2.50. claimed circulation 
9700 ; daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly and Sunday 8 
pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 24 Inches, width 

2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, dally, nonpareil, 1 inch 

1 time $1.87, 3 times $3.73, 1 week $5.60, 1 month $14, 

3 months $33.33, 6 months $60, 1 year $112; cuts same 
price ; double column 1-4 extra ; E. O. D. 3-5, 2 times a 
week 1-2, 1 time a week 2-5 daily monthly rates ; Read- 
ing notices 33 1-3 cents, 1 week $1.60, 1 month $4 per 
line. Sunday 1 Inch 1 time $1.87; per month $5.00; 
Reading notices 33 1-3 cents, 1 month $1.07 per line. 
Weekly 13 1-3 cents, Reading notices 33 1-3 cents per 
line each insertion ; double column 1-4 extra ; solid cuts 
required. Eastern agent, 8. C. Beckwith, Tribune 
building. New York. 

STANDARD. Every morning, except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Friday?. Democratic. Established 1876. 
A. Noltner, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily 
$8, claimed circulation 1870 ; weekly $2.50, claimed cir- 
culation 31(iO ; daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 
6 columns ; length of columns 23 1-2 inches (.weekly 20 
Inches), width 2 1-12 Inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily 1 inch $4 per month ; cuts same price. Weekly 1 
inch $2 per month. 

NORTHWEST NEWS.-Every morning, and NEWS, 
Thursdays. Republican. Established 1883. Nathan 
Cole, Jr., editor and manager. The Northwest News 
Printing and Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, 
daily with Sunday $10, claimed circulation 4300 ; weekly 
$2, claimed circulation 5300 ; daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; 
weekly 12 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 22 inches 
(weekly 18 inches), width 2 Inches. Advertising rates, 
dnily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.40, 1 week $4, 1 
month $0, 3 months $23, 6 months $40, 1 year $75 ; 
cuts same price ; top of column 1-4 extra ; E. O. D. 3-5, 

2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a week 2-5 daily monthly 
rates ; Reading notices 25 cents per line ; per month 
$2.50 per line. Weekly, per inch 1 time $1.25, 1 month 
$4, 3 months $12, 6 months $24, 1 year $48; Reading 
notices 20 cents per line; per month 70 cents. A. F. 
Richardson, 65 Tribune building, New York, Eastern 
agent. 



SUNDAY MERCURY. Independent. Established 
1869. Mercnry Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription $2.50, estimated circulation 4000; 4 pages, 
9 columns ; length of columns 27 Inches, width 2 1-1:2 
Inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 month 
$3, 6 months $12, 1 year $20 : cuts same price. 

NORTHWESTERN FARMER. Monthly. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1881. Edward Casey, editor. 
Pafl'enbarger & Casey, proprietors. Subscription 75 
cents ; claimed circulation 4000; 16 to 30 pages, 3 
columns ; length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-2 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents pur line; 
per Inch $1.30 each Insertion ; cuts same price; Special 
notices 20 cents ; Reading notices, brevier, 25 cents pet* 
line each insertion. 

Best advertising medium to reach tlie 
agricultural classes of the Pacific North* 
west. 

Advt. page 378. 

WEST SHORE. Monthly. Resources of Pacific 
Northwest. Established 1875. L. Samuel, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 15,700 ; 
48 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 10 inches, width 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per 
line; per inch $1.50 each insertion ; cuts same price. 

Circulation in Oregon 400O copies, in 
Washington Territory 3800, Montana 
27OO, Idaho 230O, British Columbia SOO, 
other states 21OO. This Is lamely In ex- 
cess of any publication In the Pacific 
Northwest. 



SALEM. 

WILLAMETTE FARMER. Every Friday. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1869. S. A. Clarke, editor. Wil- 
lamette Farmer Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2 ; claimed circulation 301)0 ; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns 19 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time 50 cents, 1 month 
$2, 6 months $9, 1 year $18 ; cuts same price ; Local 
notices 10 cents per line ; solid cuts required, 



182 



JNO. F. rniLLirs <& co:s 



New Orleans Picayune 



Established January 25th, 1837. 



NICHOLSON" & CO., 



Proprietors. 



Having a regular circulation greater than that of any paper pub- 
lished in the South, the PICAYUNE offers unequalled advantages to 
advertisers. The advertisements of the merchants of New Orleans in its 
columns daily give conclusive testimony of the high opinion in which 
it is held by those who know it. 



CIRCIJLA-TIOISr. 

SUNDAYS, 19,100 COPIES. 

DAILY, 13,350 

WEEKLY ISSUE, 12,200 " 



ADVERTISI,\G RATES and SAMPLE COPIES FREE ON APPLICATION 



ESTABLISHED 1874. 






PITTSBURG-, PENNSYLVANIA. 
Issued Every Sunday. 

CRITIC PUBLISHING COMPANY. 

i 

The Ablest Edited and Most Popular Sunday 
Paper in Western Pennsylvania. 



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NEWSPAPER JRA TE-E OK. 



183 



PENNSYLVANIA, 



ALLEGHENY. 

EVENING MAIL. Every evening except Sunday. 
Established 180(5. Mail Publishing Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $6 ; claimed circulation 4000 ; 4 
pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 21 3-4 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 9 lines 1 time 
$1, 1 week $3, 1 month $7,3 months $20, 1 year $60. 
Discounts for larger space. 



ALL.ENTOW1V. 

CHRONICLE AND NEWS.-Every evening except 
Sunday, and LEHIGH REGISTER, Wednesdays. Es- 
tablished, daily 1866; weekly 1848. Subscription, daily 
$4.50 ; estimated circulation 2500 ; weekly $2, estimated 
circulation 2000 ; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly S columns); 
length of columns 21 1-4 inches (weekly 25 inches*), width 
2 1-3 inches. For advertising rates, address the pub- 
lisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row. New 
York. 

FRIEDENS-BOTE. Every Wednesday. German. 
Neutral. Established 1812. Trexler Hartzell, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $1.50 ; claimed circulation 3500 ; 
4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 27 inches, width 
2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates made known on applica- 
tion to the publisher, or to Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park 
row, New York. 

WELT-BOTE. Every Wedresday. German. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1854- Trexler Haitzell, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 20,000 ; 
8 pages, 5 columns ; lengtu of columns 21 inches, width 

2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates made known on applica- 
tion to the publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co , 29 Park 
row, New York. 

AL,TOOi\A. 

CALL. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Independent. Established 1874. E. B. Haines, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription, daily $5, claimed circu- 
lation 27UO ; Sunday $2, claimed circulation 5000 ; weekly 
$1.50, claimed circulation 3500; 4 pages, 7 columns; length 
of columns 22 incties, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 1 time 40 cents, 1 week 
$1.25, 1 month $3.25, 1 year $15 ; 1 iucti 1 time 75 cents, 
1 week $2.50, 1 month $6. 3 months $11, 6 months $16, 
1 year $*8 ; 2 inches 3 months $18, 1 year $40 ; 6 inches 3 
months $40, 1 year $80 ; each additional inch 1 year $8 ; 
cuts same price; Locals 5 centslper line per time. Weekly 
or Sunday 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months $5. 
6 months $8, 1 year $12; 2 inches $18, 3 inches $22.50^ 
4 inches $28, 12 inches $70 for 1 year; Locals 10 cents per 
line per time. 

MORNING TRIBUNE. Every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. Estab- 
lished, daily 1873, weekly 1856. Bern <fc Pitcairn, proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $6, sworn circulation 3200 ; 
weekly $1.60, sworn circulation 1890: 4 pages, 7 columns 
(weekly 8 columns); length of columns 22 inclws (weekly 
26 inches), width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $1.75, 1 month $3.50, 

3 months $6, 1 year $20; 4 inches 1 month $12, 3 months 
$20, 1 year $60 ; cuts same price ; Local notices 10 cents 
per line, brevier, first insertion and 5 cents subsequent 
insertions. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1;1 month $1.75, 3 
months $3, 1 year $8 ; 4 inches 1 month $4 75, 1 year $20 ; 
Local notices 10 cents first insertion ; subsequent inser- 
tions 5 cents per line. 



BRADFORD. 

SUNDAY NEWS. Independent. Established 1879. P. 
H. Linderman, editor and proprietor. Subscription $2.50; 
claimed circulation 9000 ; 8 pages. 6 columns ; length of 
columns 19 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.25,1 month $3, 1 year $30; 
cuts same price; no patent medicine advertisements in- 
serted ; solid cuts required. 



CHESTER. 

EVENING NEWS. Every evening except Sunday. 



circulation apuu ; i pages, < columns; iengin or[coiumns 
20 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 inch 1 time $1, 1 week $3, 1 month $4, 3 months $6. 
Greater space same rate ; cuts same price ; Local notices, 
first 15 cents, 2d insertion 10 cents, subsequent inser- 
tions 5 cents per line. 

TIMES. Every evening except Sunday. Republican. 
Established 1876. John A. Wallace, editor. Times Pub- 
lishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $3; claimed circu- 
lation 3000; 4 pages. 7 columns; length of columns 21 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 inch 1 time 50centa, 2 times $1, 1 week $3, 1 month 
$4, 3 months $6; 4 inches 1 time $2.50, 1 week $7.50, 1 
month $10, 3 months $21 ; 10 inches 3 months $60; cuts 
game price ; Locals, first insertion 15 cents, second 10 
cents, subsequent insert. ons 5 cents per line. 

EASTON. 

ARGUS. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY, Fridays. Democratic. Established, daily 1879, weekly 
1829. O. L. Fehr, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
daily $3.50, estimated circulation 3500; weekly $1, esti- 
mated circulation 2700 ; 4 pages, 8 columns (weekly 9 col- 
umnst^ength of columns 25 inches, width 2 1-S inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 
week $2, 1 month $5. Weekly 1 inch 1 time 60 cents, 1 
month $1.50, 3 months $3; cuts same price ; discounts for 
large space or long time. 

RUTLEDGE MONTHLY. Literary. Established 1879. 
Rutledge Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription $1; claimed circulation, 11,000 ; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns 20 inches,width 2 1-8 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 20 cents per line per time; cuts 
same price. 

ERIE. 

EVENING HERALD. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Democratic. Established 
1878. Herald Printing and Publishing Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $6, estimated circula- 
tion 2500 ; weekly $1.50. estimared circulation 3000; 4 
pages, 8 columns (weekly 9 columns): length of columns 
23 inches (weekly 25 3-4 inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1-2 inch 1 time 75 cents, 
1 week $2, 1 montii $5, 3 months $10, 1 year $20; I inch 
$30, 2 inches $50, 4 inches $85 for 1 year; cuts same price. 
E.O.D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a week 1-4 daily 
monthly rates ; City items 5 cents, Local notices 10 cents, 
1 week or more 7 cents per line. Weekly 1-2 inch 1 time 
75 cents, 1 month $1.50, 3 months $3.50, 1 year $10; 1 inch 
1 year $15, 3 inches $2u ; Local notices 1 time 10 cents, 1 
mo. th 6 cents, 2 months or longer Scents per line a time. 
Ad ft. page 330. 



184 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & co:s 



ROCHESTER 




A THOROUGHLY ALIVE AND AGGRESSIVELY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER, 

ROCHESTER, NEW YORK. 



Its tone, the ch.cura.cter and quality of its 
matter, the. field it covers, and, the tnftiLence 
it exerts, alt combine to make it the most 
valizable medium in this pcurt of the State by 
which the end so^^ght by the advertiser can 
be attained. 

IT IS 
THE ONLY DAILY PAPER IN WESTERN NEW YORK 

THAT 

Limits its Advertising Space. 

VALUE AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM IS 
THEREBY ENHANCED, 



NEWSPAPER RA TE-BOO h'. 



MORNING DISPATCH. -Every morning except Sun- 
day, and DISPATCH, Wednesdays. Established, daily 
1861, weekly 1851. E. M. Camys, editor. Jas. R. Wit- 
lard & Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $8. claimed 
circulation 3216 ; weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 4100 ; 

1 pages, 30 columns ; length of columns 28 inches, width 

2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1.50, 1 week $5, 1 month $12, 3 mouths $20, 1 
year $40 : 3 inches $85, 4 inches $100 for 1 year ; cuts 
name price ; City items 1 time 10 cents, subsequent 
insertions 5 cents per line. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1.26, 
1 month $2, 3 months $5, 6 months $8, 1 year $12 ; each 
additional inch $6 ; 1 column 1 year $125 ; Reading 
notices 15 cents per line. 

The Dispatch (both Daily and Weekly) 
has the largest circulation of any paper 
published in Northwestern Pennsylvania, 
and has a most complete Job Printing De- 
partment connected with It. 

GAZETTE. Every Sunday morning, and WEEKLY, 
Tuesdays. Republican. Established 1820. Thomas 
McKean, editor and proprietor. Subscription, Sunday 
$2.50, claimed circulation 1800 ; weekly $1.25, claimed 
circulation 1600; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length of columns 
25 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates for 
either Sunday or weekly, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 
1 month $2.50, 3 months $5, 6 months $8. 1 year $12 3 
inches 1 month $6, 3 months $11, 1 year $30 ; 1-4 column 
1 year $50 ; 1 column 1 year $150; cuts same price; 
Special notices next reading, or double columns 50 per 
cent additional; Local notices 10 cents per line each 
insertion ; Sunday and weekly 50 per cent more than for 
either. 

Advt. page 290. 

FANNETTSBURG. 

PARK'S FLORAL MAGAZINE. Monthly. Flori- 
culture. Established 1871. Geo. W. Park, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 
2o.OOO; 16 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 7 3-8 
inches, width 2 3-lfi inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
25 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price ; no 
medical advertisements inserted. 



INDEPENDENT. Every e\ening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. Established 187(i. 
E. Z. Wallower, proprietor. Subset iption, dady $3.S5, 
claimed circulation tiOOO ; weekly $1. estimated circula- 




$2t, 1 year $00; 1-4 column 1 month $25, 3 months $4.% 
1 year $140 ; curs same price ; Business notices 10 cents 
per line, 1 month $1, 1 year $6.25. 

PATRIOT. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 
1858. B. F. Meyers, editor. Patriot Publishing Co., 
proprietors Subscription, daily $6, claimed circulation 
4750; weekly $1, claimed circulation 4100 ; daily 4 pa^es 
7 columns, weekly 8 pages 6 columns; length of 
columns 21 1-3 inches (weekly 18 1-2 inches;, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 4 lines 1 
time 50 cents, 1 week $1.50, 1 month $5, 3 months $10, 1 



2-3, 1 time a week 1-2 daily monthly rates : pure reading 
matter 25 cents nonpareil line. Weekly 1-2 daily monthly 
rates ; no cuts inserted. 

TELEGRAPH. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Established 
daily 1856, weekly 1828. Harrisburgh Publishing Co.! 
editors and publishers. Subscription, daily $5 esti- 
mated circulation 4000 ; weekly $1, estimated circulation 
6000 ; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages), 8 columns ; length of 
columns 23 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, daily 4 lines 1 time 50 cents, 1 week 
$1.5!), 1 month $4.75, 3 months $9.50, 1 year $18. Weekly 
1 time 75 cents, one month $2.25, 3 months $5, 1 year 
$12 ; all metal cuts inserted without extra charge. 

CHURCH ADVOCATE. Every Wednesdav Evan- 
gelical. Established 1835. C. II. Forney. D D editor 
Church of God, Board of Publication, publishers. Sub- 



scription $2; claimed circulation 3000; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns ; length of columns 19 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rate, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.25 
1 month $3, 3 monihs $% months $8, 1 year 12; :; 
inches 3 months $10, 1 year $30 ; 1 column 1 year $150 ; 
cuts same price. 

SUNDAY TELEGRAM. See Elmira, N. Y. 



HtTL.MEVII^E. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS RECORD. Monthly. 
Knights of Pythias. Established 1882. W. G. Brinokloe, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription 25 cents ; claimed 
circulation 5000; 8 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 
14 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 5 cents per line; per inch 50 cents each insertion ; 
cuts same price. 

ODD-FELLOWS' JOURNAL. Monthly. Odd-fellow 
ship. Established 1868. W. G. Brinckloe. editor and 
proprietor. Subscription 25 cents ; claimed circulation 
5000 ; 8 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 1-2 
inches ; width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
5 cents per line ; per inch 50 cents each insertion ; cut.-* 
same price. 

HUNTINGDON. 

GOSPEL MESSENGER.-Every Tuesday. Brethren. 
Established 1851. James Qninter and H. B. Brumbaugh, 
editors. Brethren Publishing Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription $1.50 ; claimed circulation 10,000 ; 16 pages, 3 
columns ; length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rate?, nonpareil, per inch 1 time 
$1.50,1 month $5.20,3 months $15 60, 6 months $2ti, 1 
year $35. No advertisements for less than $1 ; cuts same 
price. 

LANCASTER. 

EXAMINER. Every evening Pxcept Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Established, 
daily 1856, weekly 1830. John A. Hicstand, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription, daily $5, claimed circulation 
3600 ; weekly $2, claimed circulation 4200 ; 4 pages 
(weekly 8 pages), 8 columns ; length of columns 24 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, non- 
pareil, 1-2 inch 1 time 40 cents, 2 times 60 cents, 1 week 
$1.25, 1 month $3.50. 1 year $15 ; 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 
1 week $2.50, 1 month $7, 3 months $12, 6 months $18, 1 
year $28 ; 2 inches 3 months $20, 1 year $44 ; each addi- 
tional inch 3 months $5, 1 year $12 : cuts same price ; E, 
O. D. 3-4, 2 times a week 2-3, 1 time a week 1-2 daily 
monthly rates; Special notices 1-2 extra ; Locals 10 cents 
per line each insertion. Weekly 1 inch 1 time 75 cent", 1 
month $2, 3 months $4.25, 6 months $7, 1 year $12 ; each 
additional inch 1 year $10. 

INTELLIGENCER. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established, 
daily 1864, weekly 1794. Steinman & Htnsel, editors and 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $5, estimated circula- 
tion 4000 ; weekly $2, estimated circulation 4000 ; 4 pages 
(weekly Spaces), 7 columns; length of columns 22 inches 
(weekly 24 inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 1 time 40 cents, 2 times 60 
cents, 1 week $1.25, 1 month $3.50, 1 year $15; 1 inch 1 
time 75 cents, 1 week $2.50. 1 month $7, 3 months $!:>, (i 
months $18, 1 year $28; 2 inches 3 months $20,1 year 
$45 ; each additional inch 3 months $6, 1 year $15 ; Spe- 
cial notices 1-2 extra; E O. D. 3-4, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 
time a week 1-3 daily monthly rates ; Local notices 10 
cents per line each ini-ertiotr Weekly I inch 1 time 84 
cents, 2 times $1.32, 1 month $2, 3 months $4.25, ( 
months $7, 1 year $12 ; each additional inch 1 year $10 ; 
Special notices 1-2 extra ; Local notices 15 cents per line 
each insertion ; no cuts inserted. 

NEW ERA. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Saturdays. Independent Republican. Es- 
tablished 1877. J. M. W. Geist, editor. Warfei & Geist, 
proprietors. Subscription, daily 5. claimed circulation 
4500 : weekly $2, claimed circulation 7800 ; 4 pages 
(weekly 8 pages), 7 columns; length of columns 23 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rate*, nonpareil, 
daily, 10 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2.50. 1 month $7, 
3 months $13, ! year $28; 5 lines 1-2 price of 10 lines; 20 
lines 1 year $45 ; each additional 10 lines 1 year ftlo ; K. 
O. D. 10 per cent extra to daily rate for same number of 



186 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.'S 

SYRACUSE SUNDAY TIMES 

Size, 36x488 pages. Price, $2 per year. 

Average Circulation, 5600. 



Tke most popular local Sunday paper in Central New 
York, enjoying the patronage of the best class of this wealthy 
oily and the surrounding country. A limited amount of 
unexceptionable foreign advertising will be received at reg- 
ular advertising rates. JVo reduction in price. 



1 square, one montli, $'2.25 ; three months, $5 ; one year, 

2 " " " 4.5O; " " 1O; " " 3O. 

WEED & CO., Publishers, 

28 WEST WATER STREET, SYRACUSE, N. Y. 




Daily, Evenings except Sunday ; Semi-weekly , Tuesdays and 
Fridays ; and Weekly Republican, Wednesdays. 



THE UNION AND ADVERTISER is the leading Democratic Political and Business 
Newspaper of Western New York. 

The first paper published west of the Hudson River. Established 1826. Circulation, 
14.665, (Affidavit furnished.) 



ESTABLISHED IS 73. 



THE MEDICAL BRIEF, 



A Monthly Journal of f radical Kedieine. 



THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY MEDICAL JOURNAL IN THE WORLD. 

Terms, $2 a Year, in advance. 

J. J. LA WHENCE, A.M., M.D., Editor and Publisher, 
S. W. Corner Eighth and Olive Streets, St. Louis, Mo., arid 150 Nassau Street, New York City. 

Advertising Rates sent on application to either the St. Louis or New York Office. 



NEWSPAPEIt RATE-BOOK, 



187 



insertions ; 2 times a week 25 per cent extra ; 1 time a 
week 50 per cent extra ; no cuts inserted. Weekly, first 
30 cents, subsequent insertions 5 cents per line. 

Circulates fifty percent of all the news- 
papers and periodical* sent out through 
the 'Lancaster post-office. 

FARMER. Monthly. Agricultural. Established 1859. 
S. 8. Rathvon, editor. John A. Heistand, proprietor. 
Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 1000; 16 pages, 3 
columns ; length of columns* 11 inches, width 2 1-4 
caches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 8 
times $2. 6 times $3, 1 year $5 ; 3 inches 1 year $14 ; 1 col- 
umn 1 year $36 ; cuts same price. 

PENNSYLVANIA SCHOOL JOURNAL. Monthly. 
Educational. Established 1862. E. E. Higbee, editor. J. 
1'. McCaskey, proprietor. Subscription $1 ; estimated 
circulation 6000 ; 60 pages, 2 columns ; length of col- 
umns 8 1-4 inches, width 21-2 inches. For advertising 
rates, address the pHblisher, or JIK>. F. Phillips & Co., 
29 Park row, New York. 

LA PLUME. 

SEED-TIME AND HARVEST. Monthly. Horticult- 
ure. Established 188f). Isaac F. Tillinghast, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 
88,000; 36 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 71-2 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
45 cents PIT line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

Seed-Time and Harvest in actually giv- 
ing a larger circulation for the money than 
any similar publication. 



umns ; length of columns 82 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month 
$3,3 months $5, 6 months $8. 1 year $12; 3 inches 3 
months $10, 1 year $24; 1 column 1 year $140; cuts or 
special positions 10 per cent, Special notices 1-4 extra ; 
Business notices first 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 
cents per line per time. 

CHAUTAUQUAN.-Monthlv. Literary. Established 1880. 
Theodore L. flood, D.D., editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1.51; claimed circulation 34,000; 76 pages, 3 
columns; lengili of columns 9 3-4 inches, width 21-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, per line each insertion 
3 > cents; discounts 10 per cent on $50, 15 per cent on $100, 
25 per cent on $300; cuts same price. 

MECHANICSBURGH. 

FARMERS' FRIEND AND GRANGE ADVOCATE. 
Every Saturday. Agricultural. Established 1874. R. H. 
Thomas, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1.25; esti- 
mated circulation 10.000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns 19 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 15 cents per line; last page 20 cents per line 
each insertion; cuts same prices. 

NORKISTOWN. 

HERALD. Every evening except Sunday, and 
HERALD AND FREE PREsS, Mondays. Republican. 
Established, daily 1869, weekly 179!). Morgan R. Wills, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $5, chi'tned 
circulation 2300; weekly $2, claimed circulation 3100; 4 
I> :g<:s, 8 columns (weekly 10 columns); length of columns, 
daily 23 inches, weekly 2;) inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpireil, daily per line 1 time 6 
cents, 2 times 10 cents, 4 limes 15 cent*; 1 inch 1 month 
$3,3 monttis $7.50, 6 months $;2, 1 year $24; cuts same 
price; Reading notices 50 per cent extra. Weekly per ' 
line 1 time 8 cents, 2 limes 12 1-2 cents. 1 month | 
17 1-2 cents ; 1 inch 3 months $6, 6 month* $9. 
year $12; deduction of 1-2 from weekly rates for both 
daily and weekly. Solid cuts required. 

PARKFSBtJRG. 

FARMERS' MAGAZINE AND RURAL GUIDE. - 
Monthly. Agricultural. Established 1879. P. H. Jacobs. I 
editor. Potts Bros., proprietors. Subscription 35 cents; | 
estimated circulation 900;) ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of 
columns 12 1-2 inches, width 2 "1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, p.T line 20 cents, per inch $2 each inser- 
tion ; cuts same price. 



PHILADELPHIA. 

ABEND POST. Every evening excppt Sunday. Inde- 
pendent. Esiablished 1865. Robert Friedlander, editor. 
Friedlander & Co., proprietors. Subscription $6; claimed 
circulation 7500; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 

20 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 1 time 10 cents, 1 week 50 cents, 1 month $1.50,3 
months $3, 6 months $5, 1 year $8 per line; cuts same 
price; Local notices 20 cents, Local Business notices 15 
cents per line. 406 North Fourth street. 

CHRONICLE-HERALD. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Democratic. Established 1866 Dennis F. Dealy, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $6; claimed circula- 
tion 13,600; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 21 1-2 
inches, width 2 2-7 inches. Advertising rates, agate, per 
line 1 time 10 cents, 1 week 50 cents 'l month $1.50,3 
months $3.50, 6 months $6, 1 year $10; cuts same price; 
Special notices 15 cents per line each insertion, per month 
$2; Local notices 25 cents; Splinters 30 cents; Business 
noticesJIS cents per line each insertion, per month $2.50. 

21 South Seventh street. 

Advt. page 102. 

DEMOKRAT. Every morning except Sunday, NEUR 
WELT, Sundays, and VERE1NIGTE STAATEN 
ZEITUNG, Wednesdays. German. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1838. Dr. G. Kellner, editor. Morwitz & Co., 
proprietor*. Subscription, daily $8, estimated circula- 
tion 23,000 ; Sunday $3, estimated circulation 25,000 ; 
weekly $2, estimated circulation 9000; 4 pajjes, 9 
columns ; length of columns 26 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, daily, per line less than 1 
month 10 cents each insertion, 1 month $1.75, 3 months 
$4.50, 6 months $765, 1 year $12; E. O. D. 3-4 daily 
monthly rates ; Special notices, nonpareil, 25 cents. 
Reading notices, brevier, 40 cents, Editorial notices 50 
cents per line. Sunday 1 time 10 cents, 1 month 35 
cents, 3 months 75 cents, 1 year $2 per line. Weekly 
same as Sunday. 612 and 614 Chestnut street. 

EVENING BULLETIN. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Republican. Established 1847. Gibson Peacock, 
editor. Peacock, Fetherston & Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription $8; claimed circulation 13,700; 8 pages, fi 
columns; length of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, not displayed. 1 time 
10 cents, subsequent insertion 5 cents, 1 month $1.25, 
2 months $2, 8 months $3, 6 months $5. 70, 1 year $10 
per line ; displayed or cuts 1 time 12 1-2 cents, 1 week 
44 cent", 1 month $1.68, 2 months $2.80, 3 months 3 75. 
6 months $6.46, 1 year $12.50 per line; 4th, 5th or 8th 
pases 1-4 more ; displayed 1 time a wei-k 12 1-2 cents, 2 
times a week. 10 cents per line per time; Special notices 
12 1-2 cents. City notices 25 cenis (3 months or longer 
15 cents). Local column or reading matter 50 cents per 
line per time ; solid curved cuts required. 607 Chestnut 
street. 

EVENING CALL. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Satiirdnys. Independent. Established 1883. 
Robert S. Davis, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
daily $6, sworn circulation 18,693 ; weekly $2, sworn 
circulation 20,000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising latet, 
agate, daily, ordinary 15 cents, announcements before 
Marriages 25 cents, Local notices 4th page 50 cents, 
Reading matter 8th page $1 per line each insertion; dis- 
counts according to tiriie. Weekly, on 8th page only 25 
cenis per agate line each insertion : discounts : 4 times 5 
per cent, 13 times 10-per cent, 26 times 15 per cent, 62 
times 20 per cent; Reading matter 50 cents aline; no 
extra charge for cuts in either daily or weekly. 26 South 
Seventh street. 

EVENING NEWS. Every evening, except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 18i9. Edwin H. Nevin, Jr., 
editor. D. B. Waggener, . business malinger. Tne Even- 
ing News Co., proprietors. Subscription $3 ;> claimed 
circulation 12,000; 4 pages. 6 columns ; length of column 
&) 1-1 inches, width 2 3-1 inches. Advertising raten, 
agati-, 15 cents per line each insertion ; $2 per line .per 
month; 1 column 1 time $30; cuts same price ; Notices 
before Marriages and deatns 20 cents ; pure reading mat- 
ter, minion or nonpareil 50 cents a line couiit. 713 
Chestnut street. 

The largest afternoon circulation in 
Philadelphia. Bright, condensed, newsy. 
Adc . page 137. 



183 J2F0. F- PHILLIPS & 6'<?.',sr 




A WEEKLY TREASURE OF 



Fun and Light Literature, 



WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS 



AND A LAKGE VARIETY OF 



SOCIAL, SPORTING, AND GENERAL NEWS. 



The Best Weekly in the West. 

The Largest Circulation. 
The Lowest .Advertising Hates. 



ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO 

ST. LOUIS CRITIC, 

ST. 
DICKISON BltVGMAN, Proprietor, 



NEWSPAPER BATE-BOOK. 



EVENING STAR. Every evening except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1868. Chas. E. School, 
editor. John Blakely, publisher. Subscription $3; 
estimated circulation 15,000 ; 4 pages, 6 columns ; length 
of columns 16 1-4 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, per line, 2d and 3d pages 1 time 12 1-2 
cents, 1 week 60 cents, 1 month $2, subsequent months 
$1.75; 1st and 4th pages 1 time 15 cents, 1 week 75 cents, 
1 month $3, subsequent insertions $2.75; cuts same price 
and solid ones required; Local business notices, first 
15 cents, subsequent 12 1-2 cents. Local notices first 20 
cents, subsequent 15 cents, semi-locals 25 cents, semi- 
editorial 30 cents, Local brevities 50 cents per line ; 
double column, first 30 cents, subs<quent insertions 25 
cents per line. 30 South Seventh street. 
Advt. page 382. 

EVENING TELEGRAPH. Every evening except 
Sunday. Republican. Established 1864. Watson Arin- 
bruster, editor. Chas. E. Warburton, proprietor. Sub- 
scription $9; claimed circulation 20,000; 8 pages, 6 
columns ; length of columns IS 1-2 inches, width 2 2-7 
inches. Advertising rates, per agate line 15 cents each 
insertion,! month $3,2 to 6 months $2.50 a line per 
month; 1 year $2 a line per month ; double column 15 
cents per line each insertion; twice a week for 6 months 
or more $1 a line per month; cuts same price, excepting 
for a year everyday, which is $2.50 a line per month"; 
Special notices 15 cents, City items 25 cents. 4th page 
notices 50 cents per line ; solid curved cuts required. 108 
South Third street. 

FREIE PRESSE. Every morning except Sunday, 
SONNTAGS-BLATT, Sundays, and REPUBLIOAN- 
ISCHEFLAGGE, Fridays. German. Republican. Estab- 
lished 1848. W.O. Frey tag, editor. FreiePresse Publish- 
ing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily with Sunday $7, 
claimed circulation 10,500 (Sunday 4400) ; weekly $2, 
claimed circulation 7500; 4 pages, 8 columns (weekly 9 
coltnnns); length of columns 24 inches (weekly 25 1-2 
inches), width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 1 time 10 cents, 1 week 35 cents, 1 month 80 
cents, 3 months $1.60, 1 year $5 per line ; cuts same 
price; Special notices 15 to 25 cents per line according 
to space and location. Weekly 1 time 10 cents ; subse- 
quent insertions 5 cents per line; solid cuts required. 
317 Callowhill street. 

Advt. page 382. 

GAZETTE. Every evening except Sunday. German. 
Independent. Established 1879. C. Theo. Mayer, ed- 
itor and proprietor. Subscription $6; claimed circula- 
tion 10,0011 ; 4 padres, 7 columns ; length of columns 23 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates furnished 
on application to the publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & 
Co., 29 Park row, New York. 

INQUIRER. Every morning except Sunday. Inde- 
pendent Republican. Established 1829. W. W. Harding, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription $6 ; claimed circula- 
tion 20,000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 18 3-8 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, per 
line first 12 1-2 cents, subsequent insertions 10 eents ; per 
month $1.75 ; Reading page outside 15 cents per line 
<-ach insertion ; per month $3.25 ; before Marriages 20 
oents ; City notices leaded 30 cents per line each inser- 
tion ; cuts same price, and solid curved ones required. 
304 Chestnut street. 

Aditt. page 380. 

ITEM. Every morning and evening except Sunday, 
Sunday morning, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Indepen- 
dent. Established 1847. Fitzgerald & Song, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $3, claimed circula- 
tion 18,000 ; Sunday $2. claimed circulation 48,000; 
weekly $3, claimed circulation 12,000; daily 4 pages, 7 
columns (Sunday and weekly 8 pages, 7 columns) : 
length of columns 21 Inches (Sunday and weekly 23 1-4 
inches), width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 
time 15 cents, 1 month 12 1-2 eents per line each inser- 
tion ; cuts same price; Notices 20 cents. Local notices 
40 eents 1st page locals 50 cents per line each inser- 
i ion. Weekly or Sunday same price per time as in daily. 
28 South Seventh street. 

This \m the largest circulation of any 
Sunday paper In Philadelphia, without 
ainy exception, and we are prepared to 
prove it. We don't take back unsold copies 
from newsdealer*. 

Advt. page 124. 



NORTH AMERICAN. Every morning except Sunday. 
Republican. Established 1771. Morton McMichael & 
Sons, editors and proprietors. Subscription $9 ; estimated 
circulation 4800 ; 4 pages, !l columns; length of columns 
26 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 15 cents per line each insertion; 1 mouth $2.25, 3 
months $5.75, 6 monlhs $9.50, 1 year $15 per line; cuts 
same price ; Reading notices 25 cents to $1 per line. 
Chestnut and Seventh streets. 

PRESS. Every morning, and WEEKLY. Wednesdays. 
Republican. Established 1857. Chas. Emory Smith, 
editor. The Press Co., proprietors. W. L. McLean, 
business manager. Subscription, daiiy $6, claimed cir- 
culation 40.000 ; Sunday $2, claimed circulation 42,000; 
weekly $1, claimed circulation 40,000: 8 pages (Sunday 
12 page-"), 7 columns: length of columns 21 inches, widtti 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, daily, a<;ate, 15 cents, 
cuts, double columns and special displays 20 cents, 
Special notices 20 cents. City items 25 cents, Rending 
notices ** $1 per line each insertion ; discounts on 
standing advertisements; 1 month 5 per cent, 3 months 
10 per cent, 6 months [15 per cent, 1 year 20 per cent. 
Weekly 25 cents per line each insertion ; 6 months 10 
per cent discount, 1 year 20 per cent discount ; Reading 
notices $1 per line ; solid cuts required. South-west 
corner Seventh and Chestnut streets. 

'I'll is paper docs not In any case deviate 
from Its published rates. 
Advt. page 92. 

PUBLIC LEDGER. Every morning except Sunday. 
Independent. Established 1792. George W. Childs, edi- 
tor and proprietor. Subscription $6 ; estimated circula- 
tion 90,000 ; 4.pages, 9 columns ; length of columns 26 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-16 inches. Advertising rates, agate, ordi- 
nary 20 cents per line each insertion ; if inserted on 
Saturday only 25 cents; display lines (caps.) 30 cents each 
insertion : before Marriages and first page notices 30 
cents per line ; advertisements with large type, leaded 
or double columns and cuts not inserted. Corner Sixth 
and Chestnut streets. 

RECORD. Every morning. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1870. W. M. Singerly, proprietor. Subscription 
$4, claimed circulation, daily 105,000; Sunday 34,000 ;. 4 
pages (Saturdays 8 pages), 8 columns ; length of columns 
233-7 inches, width 2 1-16 inches, f Advertising rates, per 
agate line, 20 cents each insertion ; cuts or display 25 
cents ; before Marriages and deaths 30 cents ; 4th page 
Local notices 50 cents ; reading matter $1. Saturdays 
only, ordinary, display or cuts 25 cents. Sundays only, 
ordinary, display or cuts 12 cents, before Marriages 20 
cents ; Local notices 30 cents ; reading 50 cents per line. 
Discounts on 26 times 2 1-2 per cent, 52 times 5 per cent, 
78 times 6 1-4 per cent, 156 times 7 1-2 per cent, 312 times 
10 per cent ; no discount on Sunday ; solid cuts required. 
917 and 919 Chestnut street. 

The largest circulation of any newspaper 
published In Philadelphia. 
Advt. page 90. 

TAGEBLATT. Every morning except Sunday, and 
SONNTAGSBLATT, Sundays. German. Established 
1877. Philadephia.Tageblatt Publishing Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $6.20, claimed circula- 
tion 5500; Sunday $1.50, claimed circulation 6000 ; 4 
pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 28 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$1, 1 month $4, 3 months $8, 6 months $12, 1 year $20 ; 
5 inches 3 months f 30, 6 months $55, 1 year $100 ; cuts 
same price. Sunday 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 
months $5, 6 months $9, 1 year $15 ; 5 inches 3 months 
$20, 1 year $60 ; Local notices 10 cents per line. Solid 
cuts required. 613 Callowhill street. 

TIMES. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. 
Independent. Established 1875. A. K. McCInre, editor. 
F. McLaughlin, publisher. Subscription, daily $6, esti- 
mated circulation 38,000; Sunday $2, estimated circula- 
tion 44,000; weekly $2, estimated circulation 22.000 : 4 
pages (Sunday and wtekly 8 pages), 7 columns ; length of 
olumns 23 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
..lies daily, per agate line, each insertion 16 cents; 
Spe<" .,1 notices 20 cents; Business notices 30 cents; 
Reading notices 50 eents ; no extra charge for cut?. 
Weekly 25 cents, 4th page notiies 30 cents, Rending 
notices 50 cents per line per time. Discounts : 3 months 
10 per cent. 6 months or more 20 per cent. Chestnut and 
Eighth street*. 

Advt. page 86. 



190 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.'S 




ESTABLISHED 187G. 
E. C. MACFARLANE & Co., Publishers and Proprietors. 

Office : 540 and 542 California Street, 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 

THE WASP is the oldest cartoon paper (in colors) in the United States, 
and the only one published west of the Rocky Mountains. 

Advertisers are hereby reminded of the great increase in the circula- 
tion of THE WASP, which now exceeds 14,000. 

SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year, $5.00 ; Six Months, $2.50; Three 

Months, $1.25. 

ADVERTISING RATES: 
$5 per Inch per Month. Special discount allowed on term contracts, 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS & Co, Special Agents, 29 Park Row, N. Y. 



NEWSPAPER BATE- BO OK. 



191 



VOLKSBLATT. Every morning except Sunday, and 
NORD AMEKIKA, weekly, Wednesdays. German. 
Independent (weekly Roman Catholic). Established 1870. 
Dr. J. Bernt, editor. Jac. Kirchcrn, publisher. Sub- 
scription, daily $8, claimed circulation 5:334 ; weekly 
$2.50, claimed circulation 11,498 ; daily 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns ; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
24 34 inches (weekly 19 inches), width 2 1-16 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, agate, per line 1 time 8 cents, 
1 week 30 cents, 1 month 80 cents, 3 months $2, 6 months 
$3, 1 year $5 ; cuts same price ; Special notices 10 cents ; 
Heading notices 25 cents per line. Weekly, per line 1 
time 10 cents, 3 months $1, 6 months $2, 1 year $3; 
Special notices 10 cents ; Reading notices 25 cents per 
line. 25 South Seventh street. 

The Volksblalt is road by a claws of readers 
not readied by any other dally in Phil- 
adelphia. Tlie Nord Amerlka i* tlie only 
German Catholic Weekly in the State. 

AMERICAN. Every Saturday. Literary. Estab- 
lished 1880. Howard M. Jenkins, manaaer. Subscription 
$3; estimated circulation 5500; 16 pages, 3 columns ; 
length of columns 10 1-2 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. 
Advertising rales, nonpareil, 10 cents per line each 
insertion ; cuts same price. 1018 Chestnut street. 

BIBLE BANNER. Every Thursday. Advent. Es- 
tablished 1870. Joseph D. Brown, editor. Bible Banner 
Association, publishers,. Subscription $2 ; claimed circu- 
lation 3500 ; 8 pages, 5 columns ; lengtti of columns 18 
inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 6 
cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price ; Special 
notices solid 12 cents ; Business notices, leaded brevier, 
18 cents per line count, each insertion. Discounts: 2 
times 5 per cent, 4 times 10 per cent, 8 times 15 per cent, 
13 times 20 per cent, 17 times 25 per cent, 22 times 30 per 
cent, 26 times 35 per cent, 33 times 40 per cent, 39 times 
45 per cent, 52 times 50 per cent. 704 Arch street. 

CATHOLIC STANDARD. Every Saturday. Catholic. 
Established 18(56. Hardy & Mahony, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2.50; estimated circulation 
14,000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 22 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line 

1 time 15 cents, 2 times 25 cents, 8 times 35 cents, 1 
month 40 cents, 3 months $1, 6 months $1.75 1 ,year $3 ; 
cuts same price ; Special notices 25 cents ; Reading 
matter 50 cents per line each insertion. 505 Chestnut 
street. 

CHRISTIAN INSTRUCTOR. Every Thursday. 
United Presbyterian.' Established 1843. Collins & Mc- 
Dill, editors and proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed 
circulation 6000 ; 16 pages. 4 columns ; length of columns 
14, inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
8 cents per Hue; Special notices 16 cents: Business 
notices, set in leaded brevier, 24 cents per counted line ; 
Discounts ; 2 times 5 per cent, 4 times 10 per cent, 8 
times 15 per cent, 18 times 20 per cent, 17 times 25 per 
cent, 22 times 30 per cent, 26 times 35 per cent, 33 times 
41) per cent, 39 times 45 per cent, 1 year 50 per cent. 
1522 Chestnut street. 

CHRISTIAN RECORDER. Every Thursday. Meth- 
odist Episcopal. Established 1862. B. T. Tanner, D.D., 
editor. T. Gould, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed 
circulation 700U ; 4 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 
23 1-2 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 6 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price ; 
Special notices, solid, 12 cents, Business notices, leaded 
brevier, 18 cents per line count, each insertion. Discounts : 

2 times 5 per cent, 4 times 10 per cent, 8 times 15 per cent, 
13 times 20 per cent, 17 times 25 per cent, 22 times 30 per 
cent, 26 times 35 per cent, 33 times 40 per cent, 39 times 
45 per cent, 52 times 50 per cent. 631 Pine street. 

CHRISTIAN STANDARD AND HOME JOURNAL. 
Every Saturday. Methodist. Established 1866. Rev. John 
S. Inskip, editor. National Publishing Association, pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 10,000; 8 
pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 
2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line 
each insertion ; cuts same price ; Special notices 20 cents. 
Business notices, leaded brevier, 30 cents a line count, per 
time. Discounts: 2 times 5 per cent, 4 times 10 per cent, 
8 times 15 per cent, 13 times 20 per cent, 17 times 25 per 
cent, 22 times 30 per cent, 26 times 35 per cent, 33 times 
40 per cent, 3!) times 45 per cent, 52 times 50 per cent. 
921 Arch street. 



CHRISTIAN STATESMAN. Every Thursday. Evan- 
gelical. Established 1867. T. P. Stevenson and D. Mc- 
Allister, editors. John Wagner Pritchard, managing 
editor and business manager. The Christian Statesman 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 ; estimated 
circulation 7000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 
13 5-6 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
6 cents per line each insertion. Discount: 2 insertions 5 
per cent, 4 times 10 per cent, 8 times 15 per cent, 13 times 
20 per cent, 17 times 25 per cent, 22 times 30 per cent, 2(i 
times 35 per cent, 33 times 40 ptr cent, 39 times 45 per 
cent, 52 times 50 per cent; Special notici s 12 cents; 
Business notices, leaded brevier, per line count, 18 cents 
per time ; cuts at ordinary rates. Solid cuts required. 
1520 Chestnut street. 

Representing the National Reform Move- 
ment. 

EPISCOPAL RECORDER. Every Saturday. Re- 
formed Episcopal. Established 1823. Rev. Herman S. 
Hoffman, editor. The Recorder Co., proprietors. Sub.- 
scription $2.50; estimated circulation 7300; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns; length of columns 13 1-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents per line each insertion; 
cuts same price ; Special notices 16 cents, Business 
notices 24 cents per line count. Discounts : 2 times 5 
per cent, 4 times 10 per cent, 8 times 15 per cent, 13 times 
20 per cent, 17 times 25 per cent, 22 times 30 per cent, 20 
times 35 per cent, 33 times 40 per cent, 39 times 45 per 
cent, 52 times 50 per cent. 931 Arch street. 

EPISCOPAL REGISTER. Every Saturday. Epis- 
copal. Established 1868. Rev. W. T. C. Morsell, editor. 
McCalla & Stavely, proprietors. Subscription $3; claimed 
circulation 6500 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 
13 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
10 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price ; Special 
notices 20 cents, Business notices, leaded brevier, 30 cents 
per line count. Discounts : 2 times 5 per cent, 4 times 
10 per cent, 8 limes 15 per cent, 13 times 20 per cent, 17 
times 25 per cent, 22 times 30 per cent, 26 times 35 .per 
cent, 33 times 40 per cent, 39 times 45 per cent, 52 times 
50 per cent. 237 and 239 Dock street. 

GERMANTOWN TELEGRAPH. Every Wednesday 
Independent. Established 1830. H. W. Raymond, editor 
and publisher. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 
5600 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length of columns 31 1-8 inches, 
width 2 1-4. inches. Advertising rates, agate, per line first 
insertion, 15 cents ; subsequent insertions 5 cents ; 6 
months $1.25, 1 year $2; inside pages 1-4, before Mar- 
riages 1-2 extra ; Special notices, leaded, 25 cents per line 
each insertion ; Locals 40 cents. No cuts or double col- 
umn advertisements inserted. Nothing less than 4 lines. 

12 West Chelton avenue. 

No better advertising medium In the 
State. 

GOLDEN DAYS. Every Saturday. Literary. Illus- 
trated. Established 1880. James Elverson, proprietor 
Subscription $3; claimed circulation 70,000; 20 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns 11 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line each 
insertion ; cuts same price. Corner 9th and Spruce 
streets. 

Advt. page 96. 

GROCERS' PRICE CURRENT. Every Saturday 
Commercial. Established 1865. S. B. Manderson <te Co 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $1 ; estimated 
circulition 4500 ; 12 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 

13 3-4 inches, width" 21-4 inches. Avertising rates 
nonpareil, per inch 1 month $3, 3 months $9, 6 months 
$15, 1 year $22.50; cuts same price. 109 South Front 
street. 

LABOR WORLD. Every Saturday. Labor. Estab- 
lished 1878 J. M. Munyon, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $2; claimed circulation 28,000; 16 pages 4 
columns; length of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-7 inches 
Advertising rates, agate, $2 per inch each insertion ; cutw 
same price; Reading notices 25 cents per line. 40 North 
Broad street. 

Advt. page 110. 

LUTHERAN. Every Thursday. Lutheran. Estab- 
lished 1861. Lutheran Association, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2.25; claimed circulation 3000- 
16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 14 1-2 inches' 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, (i cents per 
line each insertion; cuts same price ; Special notices per 
I line 12 cents ; Business notices 18 cents, leaded brevier 



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JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.'S 



LOGAN D. DAMERON, President. 



W. H. WILLIAMS, Secretary. 



S-A.HSTT 3L.OTJIS 

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COMPOSED OF THE FOLLOWING WEEKLY PAPERS: 

57. LOUIS CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, Methodist. Circulation, 20,000 
CHRISTIAN EVANGELIST, - Christian. 20,000 

.CENTRAL BAPTIST, - Baptist. " 8,000 

ST. LOUIS OBSERVER, - CwnbTd Presb. " 4,000 

Combined Weekly Circulation, - 52,000 



These papers are the recognized leading organs of the different denominations they represent, and 
their advertising space is controlled exclusively by us. Estimates and sample copies cheerfully furnished. 

Saint Jjouis Religious ZPress Association, 

fine Street, St. Louis*. 



S> 



The Family Journal 



AN ILLUSTRATED 



Published Monthly by THE FAMILY JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO., 
532 Clay Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



J^. ID "V" IE IR, TIE SI INTO- 
Display Advertisements and Cuts, 



Reading Notices, - 

Editorial, 



$3 per inch. 
less than one inch, 25 cents per line, Agate. 

50 " " 

100 " 



DISCOUNTS. 25 per cent off all Advertisements running six months or longer. 



NEWSPAPER KATE-BOOK. 



193 



each time. Discounts : 2 times 5 per cent, 4 times 10 
per cent, 8 times 15 per cent, 13 times 20 per cent, 17 
times 25 per cent', 22 times 30 per cent, 20 times 35 per 
cent, 33 times 40 per cent, 39 times 45 per cent, 52 times 
50 per cent. 524 Walnut street. 

LUTHERAN OBSERVER. Every Friday. Lutheran. 
Established 1826. Rev. F. W. Conrad, D. D., editor. 
Lutheran Observer Association, publishers. Subscription 
$2.50; claimed circulation 9800; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns 23 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, per line 10 cents ; Special notices 
20 cents; Business notices, in leaded brevier. 30 cents 
per line count, each time ; cuts 10 cents per line. Dis- 
counts : 2 times 5 per cent, 4 times 10 per cent, 8 times 

15 per cent, 13 times 20 per cent, 17 times 25 per cent, 22 
times 30 per cent, 26 times 35 per cent, 33 times 40 per 
cent, 3'J times 45 per cent, 52 times 50 per cent. 524 Wal- 
nut street. 

MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REPORTER. Every 
Saturday. Established 1858. D. G. Brinton, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $5 ; claimed circulation 5000; 

32 piiges, 2 columns ; length of column 8 inches, width 
2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 
time $2, 1 month $6, 3 months $15, 1 year $40 ; 1 
column 1 time $14, 1 month $30, 3 months $75, 1 year 
$175; cuts same price. 115 South Seventh street. 

MEDICAL NEWS. Every Saturday. Medical. Es- 
tablished 1840. Henry C. Lea's Son & Co., editors and 
publishers. Subscription $5 ; estimated circulation 
12,000 ; 40 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 9 1-4 
inches, width 3 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1-8 page 1 time $7, 1 month $22, 3 months $55, 1 year 
$140; cuts same price. 706 and 708 Sansom street. 

MESSENGER. Every Wednesday. Reformed Church. 
Established 1832. Rev. P. S. Davis, D. D., editor. 
Publication Board of Reformed Church, publishers. 
Subscription $2.20 ; claimed circulation 7000; 8 pages, 
5 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 2 1-3 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 8 cents per line each 
insertion; cuts same price; Special notices 16 cents; 
Business notices, leaded brevier, 24 cents count lines per 
time. Discounts : 2 times 5 per cent, 4 times 10 per 
cent, 8 times 15 per cent, 13 times 20 per cent, 17 times 
25 per cent, 22 times 30 per cent, 26 times 35 per cent, 

33 times 40 per cent, 39 times 45 per cent, 52 times 50 per 
cent. 907 Arch street. 

METHODIST. Every Saturday. Methodist. Estab- 
lished 1874. J. B. McCnllough, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1.25 ; claimed circulation 3700 ; 8 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns 16 2-3 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 8 cents per line 
each insertion ; 1 month 25 cents ; 3 months 65 cents ; 
1 year $2 per line ; Reading notices per line count 1-3 
extra ; cuts same price. 1018 Arch street. 

MINING HERALD AND COLLIERY ENGINEER. 
Every Saturday. Mining. Established 1870. Mining 
Herald Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $2; 
claimed circulation 5200 ; 20 pages, 4 columns; width of 
columns 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per 
inch 1 time $1 ; 1 month $2.67 ; 3 months $7.50 ; 6 months 
$13.33 ; 1 year $20; cuts same price; front, last, and 
pages next reading 1-2 extra ; twice a month 2-3, once a 
month 1-2 monthly rates. 727 Walnut street. 

NATIONAL BAPTIST. Every Thursday. Baptist. 
Established 1864. Dr. Wayland, editor. Dr. Wayland & 
Son, proprietors. Subscription, $2 claimed circula- 
ation 10,000; 16 pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 

16 1-4 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, 10 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price ; 
Special notices, solid, double price ; Business notices, 
leaded brevier, counted lines, three times ordinary 
rates. Discounts : 2 times 5. per cent, 4 times 10 per 
cent, 8 times 15 per cent. 13 times 20 per cent, 17 times 
25 per cent. 22 times 30 per cent, 26 times 35 per cent, 
33 times 40 per cent, 39 times 45 per cent, 52 times 50 
per cent. 1420 Chestnut street. 

NEUE WELT. Every Sunday. German. Established 
18'>fi. Subscription $3 ; estimated circulation 10,000 ; 12 
pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 
a 1-8 inches. Advertising rates furnished on application 
to the publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, 
New York. 614 Chestnut street. 



PRACTICAL FARMER. Every Saturday. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1855. The Farmer Co., editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 23,000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 13 inches, width 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents ; out- 
side pages 35 cents per line each insertion ; cuts fame 
price ; Special position 1-4 extra ; Special notices 40 
cents ; Business notices, leaded nonpareil, 50 cents per 
line count. 1420 Chestnut street. 

The best agricultural advertising me- 
dium In the country. 

Actvt. page 324. 

PRESBYTERIAN.-- Every Saturday. Presbyterian. 
Established 1830. Rev. Dr. Grier, editor. Mutchmore 
<fc Co., proprietors. Subscription $2.65 ; claimed circu- 
lation 15,000 ; 22 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 
14 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
18 cents per line ; Special notices 36 cents ; Business 
notices, leaded brevier, 54 cents per line count each 
insertion; no extra charge for cuts. Discounts: 2 
times 5 per cent, 4 times 10 per cent, 8 times 15 per 
cent, 13 times 20 per cent, 17 times 25 per cent, 22 times 
30 per cent, 26 times 35 per cent, 33 times 40 per cent, 
39 times 45 per cent, 52 times 50 per cent. 1512 Chestnut 
street. 

PRESBYTERIAN JOURNAL. Every Thursday. 
Presbyterian. Established 1875. R. M. Patterson. D. D., 
editor. R. M. Patterson & Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $2 ; claimed circulation 7000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; 
length of column 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, 10 cents per line each insertion ; 
1 month 32 cents ; 3 months 80 cents ; 1 year $2.75 ; cuts 
same price ; Reading notices per line count 33 1-3 per 
cent additional. Solid cuts required. 1001 Chestnut 
street. 

PROGRESS. Every Saturday. Established 1878. J. 
W. Forney, editor. Forney Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $2.50 ; claimod circulation 7300 ; 16 pages, 2 
columns ; length of columns 13 inches, width 2 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per line each inser- 
tion; cuts same price. Discount on long-time advertise- 
ments. South-west corner Seventh and Chestnut streets. 
Advt. pageVta. 

SATURDAY EVENING POST. - Every Saturday. 
Literary. Established 18-31. A. E. Smythe, editor and 
publisher. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 45,000 ; 
16 p-nges, 4 columns; length of columns 14 1-4 inches, 
width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per 
line each insertion ; cuts same price ; Reading notices 40 
cents per nonpareil line. Discounts : 4 times 10 per 
cent, 3 months.,20 per cent, 6 months 25 per cent, 1 year 
33 1-3 per cent. 726 Sansom street. 
Advt. page 132. 

SATURDAY NIGHT. Every Monday. Literary. Illus- 
trated. Established 1865. James Elverson, proprietor. 
Subscription $3 ; estimated circulation 178,000 ; 8 pages, 
5 columns; length of columns 183-4 inches, width 2 3-7 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, $1.25 per line each 
insertion ; cuts double price. No double column adver- 
tisements. Corner Ninth and Spruce streets. 
Advt. page 96. 

SONNTAGS JOURNAL. Every Sunday, and FA- 
MILIEN JOURNAL, Saturdays. German. Established 
1876. Wm. Regenspurger, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription, Sunday $2.50, estimated circulation 11,000; 
weekly $2.50, estimated circulation 17,000; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns ; length of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates in either edition per nonpareil line, 1 
time 15 cents, 1 month 50 cents, 3 months $1, 1 year $3 ; 
cuts same price. 116 North Sixth street. 

SPORTING LIFE. Every Wednesday. Sporting. 
Established 1883. F. C. Richter, editor. Sporting Life 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2.50 ; claim- 
ed circulation 20,000 ; 8 pages, 5 columns ; length of col- 
umns 18 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 15 cents per line each insertion; cuts same 
price. 202 South Ninth street. 

SUNDAY DISPATCH. Independent. Established 
1847. E. J. Hincken, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $2.60 ; claimed circulation 23,000; 4 pages. 9 col- 
umns ; length of columns 28 1-2 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents; Special notices 20 
cents, Business notices 25 cents per line each insertion; 
cuts 10 cents per line. North-east corner Seventh and 
Walnut streets. 



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The Oldest German Daily in St. Louis. 

PUBLISHED DAILY, WEEKLY, AND SUNDAY, BY 

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DAIIiY (including Sunday Edition), $1O OO per annittn. 

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WEEKLY EDITION, 2 OO " 

WEEKLY EDITION TO EUROPE, 3 OO " 

SUNDAY EDITION, 2 OO " 

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ST. LOUIS, MO., 

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RATES OF ADVERTISING, 20 GENTS A LINE. 



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SUNDAY MERCURY. -Independent. Established 
1851. Dennis F. Dealy, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $2 ; claimed circulation 13,800 , 8 pages, 7 columns ; 
length of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, per line, first. 10 cents, subsequent 
insertions 5 cents ; 1 year $2.25 : cuts same price; Read- 
ing matter 25 cents per line. Solid curved cuts required. 
719 Chestnut street. 

Advt. page 102. 

SUNDAY MIRROR. Independent Republican. Es- 
tahli"heri 1875 A. Watson Atwood, editor. Wallis & 
Ashbrook, proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circu- 
lation 10,000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 25 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
first 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 cents per line ; 
cuts same price ; Special notices 15 cents; Loral notices 
25 cents per line each insertion. 23 South Seventh 
street. 

SUNDAY REPUBLIC. Every Sunday. Republican. 
Established 1867. J. Robley Dunglison, editor. Hales, 
Keyser & Swain, proprietors. Subscription $2.50 ; esti- 
mated circulation 7500 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length of 
columns 28 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, first insertion 10 cents per line., subsequent inser- 
tions 5 cents ; cuts same price ; Special notices 15 cents 
per line ; City notices, before marriages and deaths, 20 
cents ; Local notices 25 cents. 38 South Seventh street. 
Advt. page 112. 

SUNDAY-SCHOOL TIMES. Every Saturday. Non- 
sectarian. Established 1858. II. Clay Turnbull, editor. 
John D. Wattle?, proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed 
circulation 54,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of col- 
umns 13 1-4 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 60 cents per line each insertion: cuts same 

Erice ; Special notices $1.20; Business notices, leaded 
revier, $1.80 per line count. Discounts : 2 times 5 
per cent, 4 times 10 per cent, 8 times 15 per cent, 13 
times 20 per cent, 17 times 25 per cent, 22 times 30 per 
cent, 26 times 35 percent, 33 times 40 per cent, 39 times 
45 per cent, 52 times 50 per cent. 725 Chestnut street. 

SUNDAY .TRANSCRIPT. Every Sunday. Indepen- 
dent. Established 1856. Wm. N. Bunn, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 21,000 ; 
4 pages, 9 columns ; length of columns 29 inches, width 
2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, first insertion per 
line 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 cents; cuts same 
price ; Special notices 15 cents ; Local notices 25 cents, 
Reading notices 50 cents per line. 703 Chestnut street. 

SUNDAY WORLD. Republican. Established 1876. 
H. A. Mullen, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1.50: 
estimated circulation 7000; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of 
columns 26 1-3 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, per line 10 cents first insertion, subsequent 
insertions 5 cents ; cuts same price ; Special notices 15 
cents ; Local notices 25 cents ; Reading notices 50 cents 
per line. Corner Eighth and Sansom streets. 

TAGGART'S SUNDAY TIMES. Every Sunday. In- 
dependent. Established 1863. John H. Taggart and 
Henry L. Taggart, editors. John H. Taggart & Son, 
proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 47,- 
000 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length of columns 26 2-7 inches, 
width 2 3-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 12 1-2 cents 
per line each insertion ; cuts same price ; Business and 
Local notices 25 and 50 cents; Local luncheon 50 cents; 
Reading notices $1 per line. Solid cuts required. 819 
Walnut street. 

Advt. page 114. 

TRIBUNE AND FARMER. Every Saturday. Agri- 
cultural. Established 1867. D. D. T. Moore, editor. Tri- 
bune and Farmer Co., proprietors. Subscription $1; 
sworn circulation 31,01)0; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates per agate line 30 cents, 4 or more insertions 25 
cents; cuts same price. Corner Fifth and Chestnut streets. 

VESPER BELLS. Every Wednesday. Catholic. Es- 
tablished 1883. Anna F. Gillin and Sr. Gertrude, editors. 
Dan. F. Gillin, publisher. Subscription $1; sworn cir- 
culation 25,000; 8 pages, 3 columns ; jength of columns 10 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 1 
inch 1 time $2, 1 month $7.50, 1 year $75; 1-4 column 1 
time $4.50, 1 month $16, 1 year $180 ; cuts same price. 
717 Sansom street. 

Advt. page 382. 



TELEPHONE. Every Saturday. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1877. John D. Avil, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $1 : claimed circulation 6500; 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns 27 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents per line per time, 

3 months $1, months $1.80, 1 year $3 per line ; cuts 
same price; 1st page double price. 3941 to 3945 Market 
street. 

Tlie Telephone, a weekly family liter- 
ary journal, $1 per year. John D. Avil, 
ICditor and Proprietor. 

I. C. B. U. JOURNAL. 1st and 15th of each month. 
Catholic. Established 1873. Martin I. J. Griffin, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription 50 cents; estimated circula- 
tion 8000; 4 pages, 5 columns; length of columns 17 inche.--, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 1 year $20 ; cuts same price. 
711 Sansom street. 

AGENTS' HERALD. Monthly. Agents' interests. 
Established 1877. L. Lum Smith, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription 50 cents : sworn circulation 60,000; 16 pages, 

4 columns ; length of columns 14 inches, width 2 2-7 inch- 
es. Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line each inser- 
tion. Discounts on 1 inch or more 3 times 5 per cent, 6 
time 10 per cent. 1 year 20 per cent; cuts same price; 
Reading notices $1 per line. 912 Arch street. 

Advt. page 144. 

AGENTS' BULLETIN.-Mor.thly. Established 18>3. 
S. Gross & Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription 
50 cents; estimated circulation 20,000 ; 16 pages, 4 col- 
umns ; length of columns 13 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per line each insertion, 
1 year $2.40 per Hue; cuts same price. 1011 Marble 
street. 

AMERICAN EXCHANGE AND REVIEW. Monthly. 
Insurance. Established 1862. J. A. Fowler, editor. Re- 
view Publishing and Printing Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription $3 ; claimed circulation 5500 ; 32 pages, 3 col- 
umns; length of columns 10 1-2 inches, width A 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates furnished by Jno. F. Pnillips & Co., 29 
Park row. New York, or by the publisher on application, 
corner Walnut and Fourth streets. 

ARTHUR'S ILLUSTRATED HOME MAGAZINE. 

Monthly. Literary. Illustrated. Established 1855. T. 
S. Arthur, editor. T. S. Arthur & Sons, proprietors. 
Subscription $2; estimated circulation 23,000; 80 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns 8 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. 
Advertising rate s, nonpareil, inside pages 50 cents per line 
each insertion ; cover pages and facing reading 25 to 50 
per cent extra ; reading notices $1 per line ; no extra 
charge for cuts. 920 Chestnut street. 
Advt. page 34. 

AUGSBURG SUNDAY-SCHOOL TEACHER -Month- 
ly. Lutheran. Established 1875. H. Louis Baugher, D.D., 
editor. Lutheran Publishing Society, proprietors. Sub- 
scription 55 cents ; claimed circulation 64nO; 32 pages, 2 
columns; length of columns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inch- 
es. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line 15 cents, 1-4 
page $4, 1 page $12 each insertion ; 20 per cent discount 
for 6 months or longer; cuts same price. 42 North Ninth 
street. 

BAPTIST TEACHER. Monthly. Baptist. Estab- 
lished 1870. P. S. Benson, D.D., editor. American Bap- 
tist Publication Society, publishers. Subscription 75 
cents ; claimed circulation 45,000; 48 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, 30 cents per line each insertion ; 
cuts same price. Discounts: 3 months 5 percent, 6 months 
7 1-2 per cent, 1 year 10 per cent. Reading notices 40 
cents per line each insertion, no discount. 1420 Chestnut 
street. 

CARRIAGE MONTHLY. Monthly. Mechanics. Es- 
tablished 1885. Ware Bros., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription $2; estimated circulation 4500; 90 pages, 2 col- 
umns ; length of columns 9 inches, width 2 1-2 inches. 
Advertising rates, 1 1-4 inches 1 time $4, 3 months $7, 1 
year $15 ; cuts same price. Corner Ninth and Walnut 
streets. 

CHRISTIAN WOMAN. Monthly. Evangelical. Es- 
tablished 1871. Mrs. Wittenmayer, editor. William Syc- 
klemoore, proprietor. Subscription $1; claimed circula- 
tion 5000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 1-2, 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 15 



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ST. LOUIS, IMUSSOXJIR,!. 



Rev. D. S. PHELAN, Editor. 



Terms, tfSS.5O per Year, in Advance, 



THE WESTERN WATCHMAN is the only Catholic paper published west of the 
Mississippi. Circulates largely in all the Western States and Territories. 



RATES OF ADVERTISING: 

One time (per line), 5 cents ; four times, 16 cents ; thirteen times, 46 cents ; 
twenty-six times, 85 cents ; fifty-two times, $1.56. 



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cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price ; Reading 
notices 25 cents ; solid cuts required. 1420 Chestnut 
street. 



Advt. page 362 



FARM AND GARDEN.-Monthly. Agricultural. Es- 
tablished 1881. E. S. Child, editor. Child Bros. & Co., 
proprietors. Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 
70,000; 20 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 10 1-2 inch- 
es, width 2 2-7 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 60 cents 
per line each insertion. Discounts : 3 months 15 per cent, 
6 months 20 per cent; cuts same price. 125 South Fourth 
street. 

The Farm and Garden Is the moat en- 
terprising paper of its class. 

Advt. page 114. 

FARM JOURNAL. Monthly. Agricultural. Estab- 
lished 1877. Wiliuer Atkinson, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 150,000 16 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns, 10 1-2 Inches, width 
22 7 inches. Advertising rates, agate, per line each in- 
sertion, for June, July, Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov. $1; for 
Jan., Feb., JMar., April. May 11.85; for Dec. $1.50 ; cuts 
same price. 125 North Ninth street. 

GARDENERS' MONTHLY AND HORTICULTU- 

RIST. Monthly. Horticultural. Established 1859. 
Thomas Meehan, editor. Chas. H. Marot, proprietor. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 3500 ; 56 pages, 2 
columns ; length of columns 8 inches, width 22-3 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 12 lines 1 time $3, 3 times 
$8.40, 1 year $18 ; 4 inches 1 time $10. 3 times $25.50, 1 
year $54 ; cuts same price; less than 12 lines same rate 
per line. 814 Chestnut street. 

GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK. Monthly. Fashions. Lit- 
erary. Illustrated. Established 1830. J. H. Jones and A. 
K. Brown, editors. J. II. Hauleubeck & Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 67.000 ; 112 
pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-3 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1 per line,; spe- 
cial rates for covers and facing reading ; Reading no- 
tices double ordinary rates ; no extra charge for cuts. 
1006 Chestnut street. 

Advt. page 34. 

GUARDIAN ANGEL. Monthly. Catholic. Estab- 
lished 1867. Rev. James O'Rielly and John A. Henry, 
editors. Dan. F. Gillin, publisher. Subscription 50 
cents; sworn circulation 45,000 ; 8 pages, 3 columns ; 
length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
ti-iug rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2, 1-4 column $6, 
1-2 column $12, 1 column $20 ; cuts same price. 717 
Sansom street. 

LADIES 1 HOME JOURNAL AND PRACTICAL 
HOUSEKEEPER. Monthly. Domestic. Established 
1883. Louisa Knapp, editor. L. K. Curtis, proprietor. 
Subscription 50 cenis ; sworn circulation 30,000; 8 pages, 
4 columns ; length of column 14 2-7 inches, width 21-4 
inches. Advertising rates per agate line 30 cents each 
insertion, 1 year $3 per line ; cuts same price. 441 Chest- 
nut street. 

Circulation entirely among ladies, prac- 
tical housekeepers in the smaller cities 
and towns. For ladies trade worth more 
tli an any ordinary medium of 3OO,OOO cir- 
culation. Best class of advertisements 
only admitted. 

LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Literary. 
Illustrated. Established 1868. J. Foster Kirk, editor. 
J. B. Lippincott & Co., proprietors. Subscription $3 ; 
estimated circulation 12,000; 132 pages, 2 columns; 
length of columns 8 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, nonpareil. 30 cents per line. each insertion ; cuts 
same price ; third cover page and facing reading 40 per 
cent ; last cover page 50 per cent extra. 715 and 717 
Market street. 

Advt. page 34. 

NATIONAL AGENT. Monthly. Established 1881. 
H. W. Kelley, editor and proprietor. Subscription 50 
cents ; estimated circulation 25,000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns ; 
length of columns 13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, 1 time 35 cents, 6 months 30 cents, 
1 year 25 cents per line each insertion ; per inch 1 time 
$4. 3 times $11.25, 6 times $21, 1 year $36 ; cuts same 
price. 711 Sansom street. 



OUR BANNER. Monthly. Covenanter. Established 
1873. T. P. Stevenson and D. McAllister, editors. John 
Wagner Pritchard, managing editor and business mana- 
ger. Christian Statesman Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $1 ; estimated circulation 5000 ; 36 pages, 8 
columns; length of columns 7 ]-3 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates per agate line 10 cents each 
insertion ; cuts same price ; solid cuts required. 1520 
Chestnut street. 

PEOPLE'S MAGAZINE. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1868. P. W. Ziegler & Co., editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription 60 cents ; claimed circulation 
7200 ; 32 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 8 inches, 
width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 10 cents 
per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 915 Arch 
street. 

PETERSON'S LADIES' NATIONAL MAGAZINE. 

Monthly. Fashions. Literary. Illustrated. Estab- 
lished 1816. Chas. J. Peterson, editor and publisher. 
Subscription $2; estimated circulation 117,000; 84 pages, 
2 columns; length of columns 8 inches, width 21-3 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1.50 per line each 
insertion ; cuts same price ; cover pages and facing read- 
ing 25 to 50 per cent extra ; Reading notices $3 per line. 
306 Chestnut street. 

Advt page 34. 

RURAL HOME. Monthly. Agricultural. Estab- 
lished 1884. Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 
5000; 16 pages. 3 columns ; length of columns 10 inches, 
width 2 1-3 inches. Adverti-ing rates, agate, 20 cents 
per line each insertion ; no medical advertisements in- 
serted ; cuts same price. 530 Walnut street. 

TEACHER. Monthly. Educational. Established 
1879. Geo. P. Eldrcdge, editor. Eldredge & Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription 50 cents ; claimed circulation 
98UO ; 8 pages, 4 columns ; length, of columns 14 inches, 
width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1.50 
per inch each insertion ; cuts same price. 17 Noith 
Seventh street. 



PITTSBURGH. 

BEOBACHTER. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. German. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1852. Bruno Ritter, editor. Chas. J._Jaegle, pub- 
lisher. Subscription, daily $5, claimed " circulation 
4500 ; weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 4780 ; 10 pages, 

8 columns ; length of columns 20 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 7 lines 1 time 
fl, 1 week $3, 1 month $9, 3 months $20, 6 months $30, 
1 year $50 ; E. O. D. 1 month $6, 3 months $13.50, 1 year 
$33 ; 2 times a week 3 months $10, 1 year $25 ; 1 time a 
week 3 months $6.50, 1 year $16 ; cuts same price ; Fitt 
notices double rates ; City itemsjSO cents ; Local notices 
25 cents per line per time. Weekly 7 lines 1 time 75 
cents, 3 months $6, 6 months $11, 1 year $20. 

CHRONICLE TELEGRAPH. Every evening except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Republican, Es- 
tablished 1841. H. H. Byram, editor. ~ Pittsburgh 
Chronicle Telegraph Publishing Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $6.50, claimed circulation 18,500 ; weekly 
$1.25, claimed circulation 25,000 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; 
length of columns 26 1-3 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, daily, agate, 12 1-2 cents per line each in- 
sertion, 200 lines 10 cents, 500 lines 9 1-2 cents, 1000 lines 

9 cents, 2000 lines 8 1-2 cents, 4000 lines 8 cents, 12,000 
lines 5 1-2 cents ; cuts same price ; Reading matter, min- 
ion, 25 cents per line per time, 200 lines 22 1-2 cents, 400 
lines 20 cents, 800 lines 17 cents, 1000 lines 16 cents. 
Weekly 20 cents per line per time. 100 lines 19 cents, 200 
lines 18 cents, 400 lines 17 cents, 800 lines 15 cents, 1000 
lines 14 cents, 10,000 lines 7 1-2 cents ; Reading notices 
30 cents, 100 lines 29 cents, 200 lines 28 cents, 500 lines 25 
cents, 1000 lines 20 cents. Solid cuts required. 

Advt. page 100. 

COMMERCIAL GAZETTE. Every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Republican. Es- 
tablished 1786. Win. Anderson, editor. Nelson P. 
Reed & Co., proprietors, Subscription, daily $8, claimed 
circulation 21,5UO ; weekly $1.50, .claimed circulation 
35,000 ; 8 page?, 7 columns ; length of column 21 1-V 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily, 7 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $4.50, 1 month $15, 3 
mouths $32, 1 year $100 ; E. O. D. 1 week $2.75 ; 1 month 
$9, 3 months $20, 1 year $60 ; 2 times a week, 1 month or 
longer 1-2 daily rates ; cuts.same price ; Local or Reading 



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(THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS ESTABLISHED). 



CIRCULATION, 15,500. 

The Leading Agricultural Paper of the West and South. 



Terms, SI per year. Advertisements, 4O cents per line. 



OFFICE, 600 OLIVE STREET. 

NORMAN J. COLMAN, Publisher, 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO., 29 Park Row, are specially authorized 
Agents for Caiman's Rural World. 



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PUBLISHED EVERY SUNDAY IN THE YEAR BY 

ROTHSCHILD & CHANTLER, Editors and Proprietors. 

A LIYE PAPER, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ST. PAUL AND THE NORTHWEST. 

Sworn Circulation, 5,000 in January, 1884, and increasing rapidly. 

PTOLIC GOSSIP, D2A1UTIC and SPOETING, LAB02 and DTDUSTEUL, LITEEA27 and EDUCATIONAL. 



THE LEADING TEMPERANCE PAPER WEST OjP CHICAGO." 



OFFICIAL ORGAN OF 21,000 GOOD TEMPLARS. 

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ADVERTISERS!! If yon wish to reach the homes of the people of the Pacific Coast, you can find no 
better medium. 

FRANK K. LANE, Manager, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 PER YEAR. 



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notices 20 to 40 cents per line, according to position. 
Weekly for each 7 lines 1 time $1.50, 3 months $18, 6 
months $30, 1 year $50. Solid cuts r. quired. 
Advt. page 130. 

DISPATCH. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Satur- 
days. Independent. Established 1846. Dispatch Pub- 
lishing Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$10, sworn circulation 27,000; weekly $1.50, claimed cir- 
culation 5000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 22 
inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, non- 
pareil, 7 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $4.50. 1 month $15, 3 
months $32, (i months $80, 1 year $100 ; E. O. D. 1 month 
$9, 3 months $22. 6 months $40, 1 year $60 ; 2 times a 
week 1 month $7, 3 months 16, 6 months $30, 1 year $50 ; 
1 time a week 1 month $4, 3 months $12, 6 months $22, 1 
year $40; cuts 1-2 extra for space occupied; Local or 
Reading notices 15 to 40 cents per minion line according 
to position, time and space Sunday same as 1 time a 
week, from which 10 per cent discount when daily is 
used. Weekly same as 1 time a week ; when daily is used 
price is pro ruta of charge for 1, 2 or 3 times a week ac- 
cording to frequency of insertion. Solid cuts required. 

The largest daily circulation of any pa- 
per publinhcd In Western Pennsylvania 
or Eastern Ohio. 

Before me personally appeared Thomas 
J. Maloy, who, being duly sworn, doth 
depose and say, that he lias charge of the 
accounts of the carriers and agents of the 
Pittsburgh Daily Dispatch, and that the 
average daily circulation of this paper for 
the last thirty day exceeds 27,OOO copies, 
and for the preceding 3 months over 25,- 
UUO copies daily. 

THOMAS J. MALOY. 

Sworn to and subscribed before IIH-. Kob- 
ert W. Lyoii, Mayor City of Pittsburgh, 
this 29th day February, 1884. 

KOBE1CT W. LYON, 
Mayor. 

FREIHEITS FREUND. Every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Fridays. ' German. Republican. Es- 
tablished, daily 1348, weekly 1834. L. & W. Neeb, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $6, estimated circu- 
lation 11000; weekly $2, estimated circulation 55HO; 4 
pages, 8 columns length of column 23 3-4 inches (weekly 
21 1-4 inches), width 2 1-10 inches For advertising 
rates address the publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 
Park row, New York. 

LEADER. Every evening except Sunday, and Sunday 
morning. Independent. Established 1864. T. W. Nevin, 
editor. Leader Publishing Co.. proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $6, claimed circulation 19,500; Sunday $2.50, 
claimed circulation 29,500; 4 pages (Sunday 8 pages). 7 col- 
umns; length of column 21 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, agate. 1 inch 1 time $1, 2 times 
$2, 1 week $5, 1 month $15, 3 months $40, 6 months $70 ; 
E. O. D. 1 month $9. 3 months $23, 6 months $40 ; 2 times 
a week 1 month $6 50, 3 months $18, 6 months $31; 1 time 
a week 1 month 4, 6 months $21 ; cuts 1-2 extra ; Read- 
ing notices;20 cents per line per time ; 100 lines 15 cents, 
1000 linos 11 cents per line. Sunday, 1 inch 1 time $2, 1 
month $8, 3 months $22. 6 months $32; Reading notices 
25 cents each time, lOn lines 20 cents, 1000 lines 15 cents 
per line ; cuts 1-2 extra. Solid cuts required. 
Advt. page 126. 

POST. Every morning except Sundae, and WEEKLY, 
Saturdays. Democratic. Established, daily 1811, weekly 
1804. James P. Barr & Co., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $8. claimed circulation 11,933; weekly 
$1.25, claimed circulation 18,355; daily 4 pages, 10 col- 
umns; weekly 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 26 
inches (weekly 21 1-3 inches), width 2 1-12 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpan il, 7 lines 1 time $1, 2 times $1.75, 1 
week $4.50, 1 month $15, 3 months $32, 6 months $60, 1 
year $100 ; E. O. D. 2 3: 2 limes a week 1-2. 1 time a week 
1-3 of daiiy monthly rates ; cuts same price. Weekly, 7 
lines 1 time $1.50, 1 month $4.50, 3 months $12.50, 6 
months $i4. 1 year $49. Solid cuts required. 
Advt. page 362. 

TIMES. Every morning except Sunday. Republican. 
Established 1830. Robert P. Nevin, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $0: claimed circulation 10,000; 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 7 lines 1 time $1. 1 week 
$4.50, I month $15, 3 months $32, 1 year $100 ; E. O. D. 1 



month $10, 3 months $20, 1 year $60; 2 times a week 1-2 
daily rates ; 1 time a week $1 each insertion, 1 vear $45 ; 
cuts and double columns 1-2 extra; double column cuts 
double rates ; Local and Reading notices 20 to 40 cents 
per line according to location. Solid cuts required. 

VOLKSBL, ATT. Every morning except Sunday, and 
PITTSBURQHER YOLKSBLATT, Thursdays. German. 
Independent. Established 1859. C. F. Bauer, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription, daily $6, claimed circulation 
2600 ; weekly $2, claimed circulation 1500 ; 4 pages, 7 col- 
umns: length of columns 18 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 7 lines 1 time $1 ; 1 
week $3, 1 month, $9, 3 months $20, 1 year $50; cuts 
same price. Special rates on desirable contracts for daily 
and weekly. 

Advt. page 352. 

CATHOLIC. Every Saturday. Catholic. Established 
1844. Jacob Porter, editor and proprieior. Subscription 
$2.20 ; claimed circulation 4100 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; 
length of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $3, 
3 months $7, 1 year $20 ; cuts same price. 
Advt. page 324. 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Thursday. Meth- 
odist Episcopal. Established 1833. Rev. Alfred Wheeler, 
D.D., editor. James A. Moore, publisher. Subscription 
$2: claimed circulation 10.000 ; 16 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns 14 1-2 inches, width 2 2-7 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 2 times 
$2.75, 4 times $4.50; 3 months $12, 6 months $20. 1 year 
$35 ; cuts same price ; Reading items 20 cents per line. 

JOURNAL OF TRADE. Every Saturday. Commer- 
cial and manufacturing. Established 1878. William 
Shotwell Sharon, editor. William Shotwell Sharon <fc 
Co., proprietors. Subsciiption $2 ; claimed circulation 
3700: 16 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 inches, 
width 2 I r 8 inches. Advertising rati-s, nonpareil, per inch 
1 time $1, 1 month $2.50; cuts same price ;,,special raies 
for large space or Ions: time 

Advt. page 350. 

METHODIST RECORDER. Every Wednesday. 
Methodist Protestant. Established 1839. John Scon, 
eilitor William McCracken, Jr., publisher. Subscrip- 
tion $2; claimed circulation 7('00 : 1(5 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns 14 1-2 inches, width 2 2-7 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, agate, per line 1 time 10 cenls. 1 month 30 
cents, 3 months 78 cents, 1 year $2.60; 1 column 1 time 
$12, 1 month $42. 3 months $113 ; cuts same price : E. O. 
W. 20 per cent additional ; Business notices, nonpareil, 
12 cents; Reading notices, minion, 15 cents per line each 
insertion. 

NATIONAL LABOR TRIBUNE. Every Saturday. 
Labor organ. Established 1873. Armstiong, Tel ford & 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed 
circulation 13,00(1 ; 8 pages. 6 columns ; lengili of columns 

19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 in hes. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 7 lines 1 time $1 25, 1 month $4, 3 months $10, 6 
months $18, 1 year $:iO; cuts same price. Solid cuts re- 
quired. 

The Oldest and Most Popular Labor Pa- 
per in America. 

Advt. page 360. 

NATIONAL STOCKMAN AND FARMER. Every 
Thursday. Live Stock. Established 1877. J. W. Ax- 
tell, editor. Axtell, Rush & Co , proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion SI 50; claimed circulation 25.0i'0; 16 pases. 4 columns; 
length of columns 13 inches, width 2 18 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 20 cents per line each inseition; 
cuts same price. Discounts : 2 times 10 per cent, 1 
month 15 per cent, 3 months 25 per cent. 6 months 30 
per cent; also discount on 50 lines 15 per cent ; 100 lines 

20 per cent ; 200 lines 25 per cent; lOOu lines 50 per cent. 
Larger circulation than any other paper 

of its class in America. 

Advt. page 366. 

PRESBYTERIAN BANNER.- Every Wednesday. 
Presbyterian. Established 1814. Jaims Allison & Co., 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $2.15; estimated 
circulation 12,000; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 
20 inches, width 2 2-7 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
per line 1 time 15 cents, 1 month 40 cents, 1 year $4; over 
:i'i lines 1 year $3 per line; cuts same price; Business no- 
tices 8th pa i /e 15 cents; Notices 5th page 20 cents; An- 
nouncements 25 cents per line. Solid cuts required. 



200 JNO. F. PHILLIPS <s> co:s 



-Me THE: 

SPECTATO 

ST. LOTTIS, 




Terms, $4 per annum. 

PUBLICATION OFFICE, 212 PINE STREET. 
For Rates to ddver Users, etc., apply as above, or to 

JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO., 

2,9 ParJc Row, New York. 



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SUNDAY CRITIC. Republican. Established 1873. 
W. E. Fulton, editor and proprietor. Subscription $2.50; 
claimed circulation 6000; Hi p'iges, columns; length of 
columns 17 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $150,1 month $4.50, 3 months 
$12, months $^0, 1 year $35; 5 inches 1 year $100; cuts 
same price. 

Advt. page 182. 

SUNDAY GLOBE. Independent. Established 1870. 
J. W. Breen, editor and proprietor. Subscription $54.75; 
claimed circulation 9700; 8 pages, (i columns; length of 
columns 1 ( J inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 2 times $1.75, 1 mouth $5; 
<:u's same price; Reading notices 10 to 25 cents per line 
according to space. Solid cuts required. 
Advt. jiage 302. 

SUNDAY TRAVELER.-Iudepcndent. Established 
1882; Cha-i. B. La re, editor and proprietor. Subscription 
$2.50; claimed circulation 55UO: 8 pages, 6 columns; length 
of columns l!j 1-2 inches, width 2 1-16 incties. Advertis- 
ing rates, nonpar, il. 7 lines 1 month $3. 3 months $7, 6 
months $12, 1 year 20; cuts same price; Reading notices 
20 cents per line. 

Advt. page 122. 

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN.-Every Thnr.-day. United 
Presbyterian. Establisned 1812. David R. Kerr, editor. 
H. J. Murdoch & (Jo., proprietors. Subscription $2; 
claimed circulation 13,400; 10 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns 14 1-2 inches, width 2 2-7 inches. Advertising 
rates, agate, 1 inch 1 time $1.20, 1 month $4.50, 3 months 
$12.30, 1 year $3i; cms same price; B.isiness announce- 
ments 15 corns. Commerc.al notices 10 cents per line. 

BIBLE TEACHER. Monthly. United Presbyterian. 
Established 1870. United Presbyterian Board of Publica- 
cation, editors and publishers. Subscription (JO cents; 
claimed circulation 0000; 3ti pages, 2 columns; length of 
columns 7 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates mrnished on application to the publishers, or Jno. 
P. Phillips & Co ., 29 Park row, New York. 

INSURANCE WORLD. Monthly. Insurance. Estab- 
lished 1874. J. C. Bcrgstresser, editor and proprietor. 
Subscriplion 82-50; claimed circulation 5000; 32 to 48 
pages, 3 columns; length of columns 12 iucues, width 
2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates furnished on application 
to publisher or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 rark row, 
New York. 



POTTS VI LLE. 

EVENING CHRO MULE. Every evening except Sun- 
day, ami STANDARD, Fridays. Democratic. Established, 
daily 1875, weekly 1842. Win. Kennedy, editor. Standard 
Publishing Co.. proprietors. Subscription, daily $3, 
claimed circulation 5oJO; weekly $1.50, claimed circula- 
tion 180U; 4 pages, C columns (weekly 8 columns); length 
of column la ;j-4 inches (.weekly 21 inches), width 2 j-4 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 time 10 
cents, 1 week 3i cents, 1 month 5J cents, 3 months 78 
cents, months $1.17; 1 year $1.56 per line; cuts 
same price; E.U.D. 3-4, 2 limes a week 2-3 single insertion 
rates; Reading notices 1 time 15 cents, every subsequent 
insertion 10 cents per line. Weekly 1 time 5 cents, 2 
times 8 cents, I montn 12 cents, 3 months 25 cents, 6 
months 35 cents, 1 year 50 cents per line; Reading notices 
10 cents par line each insertion. 

MINERS' JOURNAL. Every morning except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. Established, dauy 
180'.). weekly 18^5. Miners' Journal Publishing Co., 
editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $0; estimated 
circulation :ii.O(J; weekly $l, estimated circulation 3500; 
daily 4 pages, 7 columns; weekly 8 pages, columns; 
length of columns 21 inches (weekly 1H ii:chesj, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 
1 time r t5 cunts, 1 week $2, 1 month $5. Weekly 10 cents 
per line nr-t insertion, subsequent insertions cents; 
cuts same price. 



READING. 

EAGLE. -Every evening except Sunday, SUNDAY 
morning, and WEEKLY, Saturdays. Independent. Et- 
tabli^ied. daily 1808, weekly )8U. Je-^se G. Hawlev, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily with Sunday 
$6.50, claim d circulation 8400 (Sunday 4100); weekly $2, 
claimed circulation 4100; 4 pages, (J to 8 columns (weekly 



9 columns); length of columns 20 inches (weekly 27 1-2 
inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rales, daily and 
Sunday, agate, per line 1 time 6 cents, 2 times 10 cents, 

4 times 15 cents, 1 week 19 cents, 1 month 40 cents, 8 
months $1, 1 year $3.70; 1 inch 1 month $5, 3 months $11, 

months $20, 1 year $30; 1 inch 1 year E. O. D. $ssi, 2 
times a week $15, 1 time a week $8; Special positions 10 
per cent extra; Business announcements 10 cents; Local 
notices, reading type, 12 cents per line each insertion; no 
cuts, large type, or double columns inserted. Weekly 
per line 1 time 8 cents, 1 month 15 cents, 3 months 27 
cents, months 50 cents, 1 year 80 cents: \1 inch 3 months 
$3.00, 6 months $0, 1 year $9; Special notices 1-4 extra; 
Locals 12 cents per line per time. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY. Saturdays. Democratic. Established 188'J. Jacob 
Weidle, editor. Wm. S. Ritter. proprietor. Subscription, 
daily $5, claimed circulation 3700; weekly $1.50. claimed 
circulation 2500; 4 pages. 7 columns (weekly 8 columns); 
length of columns 22 inches (weekly 26 inches), width 
214 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, per line 

1 time cents, 1 week 20 cents, 1 month 35 cents, 3 months 

05 cents, months $1.10, 1 year $1.10; cuts name price. 
Weekly per line 1 time 8 cents, 1 month 14 cents, 3 
months 30 cents, 6 months 45 cents, 1 year 75 cents. 

The only English Democratic newspaper 
published In Reading. 

TIMES.-Every morning except Sunday, and BERKS 
AND SCHUYLKILL JOURNAL, SATURDAYS. -Repub- 
lican. Esiablished, daily 1857,weekly ;1816. J. Kuabb&Co., 
editors and proprietors. Subscriplion, daily $0, claimed 
circulation 4100. weekly $2, claimed circulation 4000; 4 
pages, 8 columns (weekly 9 columns); length of columns 
543 1-2 inches (weekly 28 inches), width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, daily, nonpareil, per .line 1 time 8 cents, 

3 times 15 cents, 1 week 24 cents, 1 month 35 cents, 8 
months 1,5 cents, 6 months $1.10, 1 year $1.70 per line; 
cuts same price. Weekly per line 1 time 10 cents, 1 
month 10 cents, 3 months 35 cents, months 50 cents, 1 
year SO cents. 

ADLER. Every Tuesday. German. Democratic Es- 
tablished i7'J6. llenry Seioert, editor. Wm. S. Ritter, 
proprietor. Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation StiOO; 

4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 20 inches width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line 1 time 

10 cents, 2 times 13 cents, 1 month 17 cents, 2 mouths 
24 cents, 3 months 35 cents, 6 months 50 cents, 1 year 80 
cents; cuts tame price. 

The oldest German newspaper published 
In the United states. 



SCRANTOIV. 

REPUBLICAN. Every morning, and WEEKLY, 
Wednesdays. Repub.ican. Established, daily 1887 ; 
weekly 18oO. Joseph A. Scranton, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $7, claimed circulation 700u; Sunday 
$2, claimed circulation 10,000 ; weekly $1.50, claimed 
circulation 1000; 4 page* (Sunday 8 pages), 7 col- 
umns ; length of columns 23 1-2 inches (weekly 25 1-2 
inches), width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1. 1 week $3.50, 1 mouth $9.50, 

3 numbs $15, 6 months $25, 1 year $50 ; 2 inch, s $75, 3 
inches $100, 4 inches $120 1 year ; cuts and double col- 
umns 1-4 extra ; Business notices, leaded brevier, 15 cents 
per line each insertion ; Sunday, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 
month $2.50, 3 months $6, 6 months $9, 1 year $15 ; 2 
inches $25, 4 inches $35 1 year ; Business notices 10 cents 
per line each insertion. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 
month $3, 3 months $8, 6 months $15, 1 year $30 ; 2 
inches $50 ; Business notices 15 cents per lino per time. 
Solid cuts required. 

EVENING TIMES. Every evening except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1872. A. A. Chase, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $0; claimed circulation 5400; 

4 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 75 
cents first, 50 c ; nts for each additional insertion; no 
extra charge for cuts. For large space address the pub- 
lishers or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row. New 
York. 

EAGLE. Every Saturday afternoon. Independent. 
Established 1881. John McComb, editor and proprie- 
tor. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 4000; M 
pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 1-2 inches. 



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The Evening Telegram, 

TORONTO, CANADA. 

LARGEST CIRCULATION BY OVER 10,000 DAILY OF ANY EXCLUSIVELY EVENING 
PAPER IN ONTARIO. SWORN DAILY CIRCULATION, 15,532. 

Daily circulation equal to city circulation of all the daily papers, morning and evening 
editions, published in the city of Toronto. Books open for inspection of all advertisers. 

Rates per line per year $7.50 per line for every day in year. $4.50 per line for every 
other day in year. $3.25 per line for twice a week. Rates by inches : One inch daily, one year, 
$90 ; every other day, $54 ; twice a week, $3J ; once a week, $24. 

Declaration. 



City of Toronto. I, William Elder, of the City of Toronto, in the County of York, manager 
To wit : of the circulation department of THE EVENING TELEGKAM newspaper, do 

solemnly declare : 

1st. That the daily average circulation of THE EVENING TELEGKAM for the month ending 
January 31st last past was Fifteen Thousand Five Hundred and Thirty-two (15,532). 

I make this solemn declaration, conscientiously believinsr the same to be true, and by virtue 
of. the Act passed in the thirty-seventh year of Her Majesty's reign, intituled, " An Act for the 
suppression of extra voluntary and judicial oaths." 

WILLIAM ELDER. 
Declared before me, at Toronto, this } 
1st day of February, A.D. 1884. f 

G. T. DENISON, P. M. 
J. ROSS ROBERTSON, Toronto, PiiblisJier and Proprietor. 



WILMINGTON, DEL. 
THE ONLY MORNING DAILY IN THE STATE. 



DELAWARE WEEKLY MORNING NEWS, 

The largest, handsomest, and cheapest weekly on the Peninsula. Subscription price, only 

75 cents per year in advance. 



OEO. W. STONE, Prest. 



WATSON E. SPEERY, Editor-in-Chief. 



E. M. HOOPES, Manager. 



THE NEWS, 

Toledo, OMo, 

ffiiW? | JftfllSff, 

PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 



The best, local advertising 
medium in Northwestern 
Ohio. 

Specimen copies and adver- 
tising rates on application. 



The Sunday News. 

A nine-column, folio, family paper, moral and independent in tone, 
devoted to the interests of the working classes, and opposed to monop- 
oly and political bossism. 

Published every Sunday morning. Distributed by carriers, $1.50 
per year. 

be Wew* 

A Saturday edition, same as Sunday, circulated by mail in Toledo 
and neighborhood, for $1 per year in advance. 

Combined circulation larger than any other local weekly in Toledo. 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



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width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per 
in ;h 1 time $1, subsequent insertions 50 cents. Liberal 
discounts for desirable advertisements ; cuts same price 
as ordinary ; Local reading notices 10 cents p r line. 

SUNDAY FREE PRESS. Independent. Established 
1872. F. A. Beamish, editor and proprietor. Subscription 
$2 ; claimed circulation 15.51 ; 8 pages, 6 columns; K-ngth 
of columns 19 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time $1.20, 1 month $4, 3 
month-! $10, 6 months $16, 1 year $26 ; cut* same price ; 
City features 15 cents ; Heading notices 25 cents per line. 
Solid cuts required. 

Largest circulation In tlie Anthracite 
Coal Regions of Pennsylvania. 
Advt. page 360. 

SUNDAY MORNING NEWS. Independent Demo- 
cratic. Established 1878. Fitzsimmons & Woodward, 
editors and proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed cir- 
culation 6000; 8 page-, 6 columns; length of columns 19 3-4 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising ; rates, nonpareil, 
per inch 1 time $1.50, each subsequent insertion 50 cents; 
special rates for large advertisements or for long time ; 
cuts 1-2 extra ; Local notices 25 cents per line. 

Largest, handsomest, and most popular 
newspaper In the Lackawanna and Wyo- 
ming Valley*. 

Advt. page 326. 



WATSO1VTOWN. 

AGRICULTURAL EP1TOMIS T. Monthly. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1882. D. Z. Evans, Jr., editor. J. A. 
Everitt, proprietor. Subscripiion 50 cents ; claimed cir- 
culation 10,000; 16 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 
10 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 20 cents per line each insertion, with discounts on 
time and space ; cms same price. 



WEST C HESTER. 

LOCAL NEWS. Every evening except Sundav, and 
JEFFERSONIAN, Saturdays. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1842. Wm. W. Thomson, editor. Wm. H. Hodg- 
con, proprietor. Subscription, daily $3 claimed circu- 
lation 6401) ; weekly $2, claimed circulation 5800 ; 4 pages-, 
columns (weekly 9 columns) ; length of columns 19 1-2 
inches (weekly 28 inches), width 2 1-12 inches. Adver- 
tising rules, agate, per line 1 time 10 cents, 2 times 18 
cents, 1 week 27 cents, 1 month 85 cents, 3 months $1.75, 
6 months $2.50, 1 year $4 ; E. O. D. 60 per cent, 2 times 
a week 45 per cent, 1 lime a week 33 1-3 per cent of 
daily monthly rates; Special notices 1-2 more; Local 
notices, changeable daily, $lu per line per year. Weekly, 
per line 1 time 10 cents, 4 times 24 cents, 3 months 40 
cents, 6 months 60 cents, 1 year $1 j Locals 15 cents, 
nonpareil line, per time ; cuts inserted in weekly but not 
in daily. 

CHESTER COUNTY VILLAGE RECORD.-Satur 
days. Republican. Established 1809. Barton D. and 
Willie D. Evans, editors and proprietors. Subscription 
$2; estimated circulation 7000; 4 pages, 9 columns; 
length of columns 28 3-4 inches, width 2 3-16 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents per line first and 
6 cents lor subsequent insertions; 1 inch 3 months $ i, 
6 months $10, 1 year $18; cuts same price ; also issue a 
daily evening edition called the VILLAGE RECORD for 
local circulation. 



WIL.KESBARRE. 

RECORD. Every morning except Sunday, and 
RECORD OF THE TIME-;, Fridays. Republican. Es- 
tablished, daily 1873; weekly 1832. Snyder, Johnson & 
Powell, editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $6 ; 
object to stating circulation; weekly 2, object to stat- 
ing circulaiion ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 
24 inches, width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 1-2 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2.75, 1 month 
$5.50, 1 year $40 ; 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 week $3, 1 month 
$6, 3 months $17, 6 months $30, 1 year $48; 2 inches $81, 
3 inches $115,6 inches '$180. 1 column $450 for 1 year; 
cuts same price ; Special notices 10 cents ; Locals 20 cents 



per line. Weekly one inch 1 time$l. 1 month $3.25,3 
months $7, 6 months $10,1 year $16; 2 inches $25,3 
inches $33, 6 inches $54, 1 column $200 for 1 year. 

UNION-LEADER Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLV, Fridays. Democratic. Established, daily 
1879 ; weekly 1818. J. K. Bogert, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $5.40, claimed circulation 2700; 
weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 4000 ; 4 pages, 8 col- 
umns (weekly 9 columns); length of columns, 23 inches 
(weekly 27 inches), width 2 1-4 inches. Advcrti.-ing rates, 
daily, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2.75, 
1 month $5.50, 1 year $40; 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 week $3, 
1 month $6, 3 months $17,|6 months $30, 1 year $48; 2 
inches $84, 3 inches $115,6 inches $180, 1 column $450 
for 1 year; cuts same price; Special notices 10 cents; 
Locals 20 cents per line. Weekly 1 inch 1 time'$l, 1 
month $3.25, 3 months $7, 6 months $10, t year $16:2 
inches $25, 3 inches $33, 6 inches $51, 1 column $200 for 
1 year. 

SUNDAY FREE PRESS AND NEWS DEALER. - 
Independent. Established 1818. J. C. Coon, editor. 
J. C. Coon & Co., proprietors. Subscription $2: claimed 
circulation 13,000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 
18 inches, width 21-8 indie". Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 8 lines, first $1, subsequent insertions 50 cents; Local 
notices 10 cents, when as reading mattrr with black head- 
ing 15 cents per line eiich insertion. Solid cuts leqnired. 

The Sunday News Iealer has a larger 
circulation than the combined press of 
Wilksbarre. It is delivered toy 'Pony Ex- 
press In Every town and Hamlet within 
a radius of 3O miles of the publication 
office. 

TELEPHONE. Monthly. Independent. Established 
1880. Charles D. Linskill, editor and proprietov. Sub- 
scription 25 cents : claimed circulation 6200 ; 4 piigt 1 *, 7 
columns; length of column 22 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents per line e;icli inser- 
tion, 1 inch $1 each insertion; cuts same price. 



WILLIAMS PORT. 

GAZETTE AND BULLETIN. Everv morning anil 
evening except Sunday, and WEEKLY. Thursdays. Re- 
publican. Established, daily 1867, weekly 1801. J. F. 
Meinnes*, editor. C. E, Fritcher, propiietor. Sub-crip- 
tion, daily $6, claimed circulation 2300; weekly $1.50, 
claimed circulation 2650; 4 pages, 7 columns (weekly 9 
columns); length of columns 23 incnes ^eekly 29 inch- 
es), width 21-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpa- 
reil, 5 lines 1 time 40 cents. 1 month $3.25, 1 year $15; 10 
lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2 50, 1 month $6, 3 months 
Jill, 6 months $16, 1 ye ir $28 ; 20 lines $40, 30 lines $50, 
50 lines $70 1 year; double columns 1-4 extra; Locals first 
insertion 20 cents p-r line. Weekly 10 lines 1 time $1, 
1 month $2.50, 3 months $5 6 months $8, 1 year $12; 20 
lines $18. 40 lines $28 1 year ; cuts same price. No cuts 
inserted in daily. 

SUNDAY BREAKFAST TABLE. Independent. Es- 
tablished 1878. ' J. W. Sweely, e.iiior and proprietor, 
Subscription $2; estimated circulation 8000 : 8 puges, 6 
columns; length of columns 20 inch ;s, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates furnished on application to publisher 
or to Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, New York. 
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YORK.] 

DAILY. Every morning except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY, Fridays. Independent. Established, daily 1870, week- 
ly 1873. Spangler. Moore & Frey, editors and proprietor*. 
Subscription, daily $4, claimed circulation 3i'00; weekly 
75 cents, claimed circulation 350H; 4 pages (Saturday mid 
weekly 8 page*), 7 columns; length of columns 24 inche-, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 
inch 1 time 25 cents, 1 week $1.25, 1 month $2. 3 months 
$5.6 months $9; 1 year $13: cuts same price; special 
po-itions 1-4, Reading notices 1-2 extra; 1st page Reading 
not ices 5 cents per line per time; EO.D. 2-3 daily month- 
ly rates. Weekly 50 cents per incli per month ; Reading 
notices 1-2 extra. 



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WASHINGTON, D. C. 



THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE, of Washington, D. C., is an eight-page (fifty-six column) family 
newspaper. Among its special features are annals of the war, embracing the personal recollections 
of tlie most distinguished military writers in the country ; agricultural and household departments, 
conducted by specialists of national reputation ; choice fiction and poetry ; graphic sketches of 
life in Southern prisons during the rebellion ; a weekly review of the work of the Grand Army 
of the Republic in every department ; special reports of what is going on in Congress and at the 
Capital ; the general news of the week, carefully classified and condensed, and stirring editorials 
on the vital issues of the day. Its subscribers are farmers, merchants, mechanics, and professional 
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WHAT THE POST-OFFICE RECORD SHOWS, 

WASHINGTON CITY POST-OFFICE, 

OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTKR, 

WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 28, 1883. 
THE NATIONAL, TRIBUNE, Washington, D. C. 

GENTLEMEN : Your letter of the 27th inst., requesting a statement of the amount of money 
paid lor postage on THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE from January 1, 1883, to December 27, 1883, in- 
clusive, isl received, and in reply would say that the books of this office show the amount paid 
within the above dates to be $9,647.74. 

Very respectfully, 

FRANK B. CONGER, Postmaster. 



As the rate of second-class postage is two cents per pound, this shows a total of 482,387 
pounds on which THE TRIBUNE paid postnge during the time specified fifty-two weeks. Divid- 
ing this total by 130 pounds, the average weight of 1000 copies of THE TRIBUNE, and we have 
3,71O,ti6O copies as the total edition for fifty-two weeks, or an average weekly edition of 
71,358 copies. 

CIRCULATION APRIL 10th, 1884. 

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EVENING DISPATCH. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY. Tuesdays. Republican. Established, 
daily 1876. weekly 1864. Hiram Young, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription, daily $3, sworn circulation 2000; 
weekly $1, sworn circulation 1500; 4 pages, 6 columns 
(weekly 9 columns); length of columns 21 inches (weekly 
26 inches), width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
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month $5, 3 months $10, 1 year $24 ; E.O.D. 2-3 daily 
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month $1.75, 3 months $3, 1 year $8; Beading notices 7 



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daily or weekly. 

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proprietor. Subscription 56 cents; claimed circulation 
45(10; 32 pages, 2 columns; length of columns 7 1-2 inches, 
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NEWPORT. 

MERCURY. Every Sitnrday. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1758. John P. Sanborn, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 6('00; 8 pages, 7 col- 
umns; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-12 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month 
$2.50. 3 months $0, months $9, 1 year $15 ; 2 inches 3 
months $9, 1 year $25 ; K inches 1 year $55 ; 1 column 1 
year $200 : cuts same price ; Special notices and special 
positions 23 per cunt ; Reading notices 50 per cent ad- 
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PROVIDENCE. 

EVENING BULLETIN. Every evening except San- 
day. Republican. Established 1863. Knowles, Antho- 
ny & Danielson, editors and proprietors. Claimed cir- 
culation 20,950 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 
221-4 inches, width 21-12 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, same as daily Journal or in both (Journal and Bul- 
letin) 50 per cent more. 

EVENING PRESS. Every evening except Sunday, 
MORNING STAR every morning, and RHODE ISLAND 
PRESS, Saturdays. Republican. Established, daily 
1841, weekly 1808. Z. L. White, editor. Providence 
Press Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $0, claimed 
circulation 5000; weekly $1, claimed circulation 2500 ; 
Star $5, claimed circulation 2700 ; Sunday $2, claimed 
circulation 7500 ; 6 pa^es (Star 4 pages, Sunday Star 
and Weekly 8 pages).' 8 columns ; length of columns 
22 1-2 inches.width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 
in either morning or evening paper 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 
week $2.25, 1 month $7, 3 months $16, 1 year $ 45; 20 lines 
1 month $12, 3 months $28, 1 year $75 ; each additional 10 
lines 1 month $6, 3 months $12, 1 year $30; E.O.D. same 
as if daily for 1-2 the time; cuts 1-4, double column 1-5, 1st 
and last pages 50 percent to 100 per cent extra; Locals, 
leaded, 22 cents per line count ; Special notices, leaded, 
15 cents per line count ; solid 12 cents. For both morning 
and evening papers 50 per cent additional. Sunday Star 
10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $1.75, 3 months $4, 6 months 
$7.25, 1 year $12 ; 30 lines 1 month $5.50. 3 months 
$11.75, lyear $28; Special notices, leaded, 10 cents; Locals, 
leaded, 15 cents per line count. Weekly rates same as 
Sunday. 

EVENING TELEGRAM. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and SUNDAY TELEGRAM, Sunday morning. In- 
dependent. Established 1879. D. O. Black, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription, daily $5, claimed circulation 
10,000 ; Sunday $2, claimed circulation 8COO ; 4 pages, 9 
columns; length of columns 25 inches, width 2 1-12 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 linos 1 time $1, 2 
times $1.SB, 1 week $2.25, 1 month $7, 3 months $15, 6 
months $25, 1 year $50; 30 lines $120, 50 lines $175, 60 
lines $200, 80 lines $250 1 year ; cuts same price ; Read- 
ing notices 10 cents per line per time. Sunday 10 lines 1 
time $1, subsequent insertions 35 cents; 3 months 35 
cent?, 6 months 25 cents for each 10 lines each insertion; 
Reading notices 10 cents per line per time. Solid cuts 
required. 

JOURNAL. Every morning except Sunday, and 
RHODE ISLAND COUNTRY JOURNAL, Fridays Re- 
publican. Established 1820. Knowles, Anthony & Dan- 
ielsoii, editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $8, 



claimed circulation 6600; weekly $2, estimated circula- 
tion 30UO ; 8 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 22 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
agate, 10 lines or less 1 time $1, 1 week $2 25, 1 month $7, 
3 months $1 8, 6 months $30, 1 year $50; 20 lines $65,30 
lines $80 1 year ; cuts double price ; E. O. D. same as 
daily for half the time ; Special notices 12 cents per line, 
5 lines 1 week $3, 1 month $12, 3 months $30, 1 year $9( ; 
Local notices 25 cents per line each insertion. Weekly 
10 lines 1 time f 1, 1 month $1.75, 3 months $3.50, 1 year 
$10. Daily Journal and Evening Bulletin 50 per ctnt 
more than above rates. 

SUNDAY DISPATCH. Independent. Established 
1874. Prescon D. Jonee, editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 60(10 ; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 2 inches. Ad- 
vertising rales, nonpareil, per inch first insertions!, sub- 
sequent insertions 35 cents ; cuts same price ; Reading 
notices 10 cents per line. 

SUNDAY MORNING TRANSCRIPT. Independent. 
Established 1879. W. S. Tompkins, manager. Trans- 
cript Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2; 
claimed circulation 6000 ; 4 pages, 9 columns ; length of 
columns 26 inches, width 2 1-G inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, each 10 lines first insertion, $1, each con- 
tinuance 35 cents ; 3 months 35 cents each tune, 6 months 
or longer 25 cents; cuts same price; Reading notices 10 
cents per line first insertion, 6 cents afterward. 

BUKER'S ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY. -Monthly. 
Literary Established 1883. D. P. Bukcr, Jr., editor. 
Bilker 'Publishing Co , proprietors. Subscription 25 
cents; sworn circulation 5000; 8 pages, 4 columns; 
length of columns 14 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 3 times $2.75, 6 
times $5, 1 year $9 ; 1-4 column 1 time $3, 3 times $8.25, 
6 times $15.56, 1 year $30; 1 column lyear $91); cuts 
same price ; Locals 25 cents per line. 

HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE. Monthly. Literary. Es- 
tablished 1883. D. P. Buker, Jr., editor. Household 
Magazine, Co., proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed 
circulation 5000 ; 24 pages, 4 columns; length of column* 
16 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 3 times $2.75, 6 times $5, 1 year 
$9; 1-4 column 3 times $8.25, 6 times $15.50, 1 year $30 ; 
1 column 1 year $90 ; cuts same price ; Special notices 20 
cents per line. 



WOONSOCKET. 

EVENING REPORTER. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Independent. Established 1873. L. B. Pease, edi- 
tor and proprietor. Subscription $2. 50; claimed circulation 
5600 ; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 19 inches, 
width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, for each 10 
lines 1 time 50 cents, 1 week $1.50, 1 month $3, 3 months 
$8, 6 months $15, 1 year $25. No cuts inserted. 

PATRIOT. Every Friday. Republican. Established 
1833. Patriot Publishing Co., editors and proprietori*. 
Subscription $2 50; estimated circulation 8500; 8 pages, 
7 columns; length of columns 21 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, first insertion 10 cents, 
subsequent insertions 5 cents per line ; cuts and Special 
notices double; Reading notices 25 cents per line. _. 



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CHARLESTON. 

NEWS AND COURIER. -Every morning, and NEWS, 
Wednesdays. Independent. Established 1803. The 
News and Courier Co.. editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $10, claimed circulation 8050; Sunday $2, 
claimed circulation 4600: week!}' $2, claimed circulation 
3500 ; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 24 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, each 
10 lines 1 time $1, 2 times $1.80, 1 week $4.40, 1 month 
$12, 3 months $27.50, 6 months $50, 1 year $80; nothing 
counted less than 5 lines ; E. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2 
of dally monthly rates, 1 time a week 10 cents per line 
per time. No double columns, large type, or cuts insert- 
ed. Special notices 10 cents per line every time ; 1 month 
or longer, double ordinary rates. Weekly each 10 lines 1 
time $1.50, 2 times $2.75, 1 month $5, 3 months $10. 6 
months $17.50, 1 year $30; cuts same price in weekly. 
Solid cuts required. 

SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Sat- 
urday. Methodist. Established 1832. Rov. SanVl. A. 
Weber, editor. Walker, Evans & Cogswell, proprietors. 
Subscription S2 ; claimed circulation 4300: 8 pages. 5 
columns ; length of columns 17 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time 80 
cents, 1 month $2.40, 3 months $5.20: larger space at 
same rate ; cuts same price; Local notices 15 cents per 
line. 



COLUMBIA. 

REGISTER. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. W. R. Pope, ed- 
itor. Chas. A. Calvo, Jr., publisher. Subscription, dai- 
ly $9, estimated circulation 1800; weekly $2, estimated 
circulation 2400 ; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages), 7 columns; 
length of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, 10 lines nonpareil 1 time $1, 1 week 
$3.75, 1 month $10, 3 months $20, 1 year $50. Weekly 1-2 
of dsiily monthly rates. Cuts at ordinary rates. 

SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN. Every Thursday. 
Presbyterian. Established 1850. James Woo:!row, D.D., 
editor. James Woodrow & Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $3, claimed circulation 3000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns 26 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, 10 lines 1 time $1, 1 month $3, 
3 months $6, 1 year $15 ; cuts same price. 



GREENVILLE. 

BAPTIST COURIER. Every Thursday. Baptist. Es- 
tablished 18(i9. Jumes A- Hoyt and W. W. Keys, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $2 ; estimated circulation 
4000; 4 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 1-4 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1, 1 month $2.25, 3 months $4.25, 1 year $10 ; 
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2. It represents a constituency of nearly two hundred thousand. 

3. Its subscribers, as a rule, are responsible citizens. 

4. Thousands of the best people of the South read no other paper, and can, therefore, be reached only by this. 

5. Its high moral character gives it an influence not possessed or claimed by the secular press. 
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CHATTANOOGA. 

TIMES. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. 
Democratic. Established ]8fi9. Times Printing Co., 
editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $9, claim* d 
circulation 3(100; Monday Si: claimed circulation S.iOO; 
weekly $1.50 claimed circulation 4500: daily and weekly 4 
pages, 8 columns; Sunday 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of 
columns, daily and weekly, 21 3-1 inches ; Sunday 
19 3-4 inches,- width 2 l-(i inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, daily, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 2 times $1.25, 
rabeequent insertions 25 cents; 1 month $7.50; subse- 
quent months $t ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 3-4 full time 
rate; Reading notices 1 time 10 cents, 1 week 36 cents, 1 
month $1.04 per line. Sunday 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 2 
times $1.55, subsequent insertions 40 cents: Reading 
notices same as in daily. Weekly rates same as Sunday. 

THe only dally paper at Chattanooga or 
within a radius of 112 miles, over seven 
ol" the most important railroads of tlie 
South, nd extending into (Georgia, Ala- 
bama and Tennessee. The Sunday Times, 
a popular and widely circulated news- 
paper. The Weekly Times reaches every 
post-office In East and Middle Tennesst e, 
North Georgia and North Alabama, and Is 
one of the most popular publications In 
the South. A feature of this paper is that 
it reaches regularly every merchant with- 
in 100 miles of hattaiiooga. 

AMERICAN BAPTIST REFLECTOR. Every 
Wednesday. Baptist. Established 1871. J. M. Robert- 
son, D.D , editor. J .M. Robertson & Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $1.50; claimed circulation 8000; 4 pages, 
8 columns; length of columns 24 inches, width 2 1-5 
inches. Advertising ra'es, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 
2 times $1.75, subsequent insertions 50 cents; cuts same 
price ; Reading notices double. 

It is the result of the consolidation of 
the Baptist Reflector, of Nashville, Tenii.. 
Baptist Beacon, of Kiioxville, T*iui., and 
the BapliMt >uii, <>i It >m. , Ga. It ha the 
large%i circulation of any religious weekly 
In the South. It is the only Baptist paper 
in a territory wherein there are 2OO,OOO 
adult members of the church. It circu- 
lates extensively in the States of Tennessee, 
Kentucky, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, 
North and South Carolina and Virginia. 

METHODIST ADVOCATE. Every Wednesday. 
Methodist Episcopal. Established 1869. Rev. T. C. Car- 
ter, editor. Times Printing Co., proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $1.50, claimed circulation SOW ; 8 pages, 5 columns ; 
length of columns 17 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time 75 cents, 2 times 
$1.25, subsequent, insertions 40 cents ; cuts same price ; 
Reading: notices double. 

Formerly published In Atlanta, Georgia. 
The rec off ill Ked church organ of the Meth- 
odist Episcopal Oil u rch published week- 
ly. The Advocate has an extensive circu- 
lation in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, 
Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Tex- 
as. 

TRADESMAN. 1st and 15th of each month. South- 
ern industries. Established 1879. Col. J. E. Macgowan, 
editor. Tradesman Publishing Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription $2 ; claimed circulation 7000 ; 36 pages, 4 
columns; length of columns 13 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 



Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 
month $2.75, 3 months $7.50, 1 year $25 ; 2 inches 1 year 
$45, 4 inches 1 year $80 ; cuts same price; special posi- 
tion 1-4 extra ; once a month 3-4 of full time rates ; solid 
cuts required. 

The Tradesman reaches regularly all 
users of steam and water power, and all 
parties interested in the purchase of 
mechanical appliances lu the South. All 
advertisers In The Tradesman are advised 
by special bulletin each week of new 
manufacturing establishments commenc- 
ing operation* in the South. Invaluable 
to those seeking the industrial trade ot 
the South. 

RURAL RECORD. 10th of each month. Agricultur- 
al. Jistablished 1882. Ochs, Yonge & Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $1; claimed circulation 20,000 ; 16 pages, 4 
columns, length of columns 13 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rares, nonpareil, 25 cents per line each inser- 
tion : 100 lines 5 per cent discount, 200 lines 10 per cent dis- 
count; cuts inserted at same rates as letter-press. 

Circulation 2O,OOO, reaching planters 
and farmers in the South. Circulation 
heaviest in the Cotton Belt, where machin- 
ery and farm appliances are most needed. 
No better means of reaching the country 
trade of the South can be.oflered. 



JACKSON. 

TRIBUNE AND SUN. Every Friday. Democratic. 
Established 1842. Enloe & Gales, editors and propri- 
etors. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 4100 ; 4 
pages, 10 columns ; length of columns S8 inches, width 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch per 
month $2 ; discounts : 3 montlis 15 per cent, 6 months 20 
per cent, 1 year 25 per cent ; cuts same price. 



KtfOXVIliLB. 

CHRONICLE. Every morning except Monday, and 
REPUBLICAN CHRONICLE, Wednesdays. Repub- 
lic in. Established 1839. Geo. M. Drake, editor. The 
Chronicle Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $8, 
claimed circulation 1500 ; weekly $1, claimed circulation 
6000 ; daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 6 
columns ; length of columns 25 inches (weekly 20 inches), 
width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 
10 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $2.50, 1 month $5, 3 months 
$10 ; 1 year $20 ; 30 lines $40, 1 year. Weekly, 10 lines 1 ' 
tune $1.50, 1 month $4.50, 3 months $6.50, 1 year $15 ; 
30 lines $37, 50 lines $55 for 1 year. Cuts game price. 

TRIBUNE. Every morning, except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established, 
daily 1866. Weekly 1816. J. W. Wallace, editor. 
Wallace, Summers & Beam, proprietors. Subscription 
daily $8 ; claimed circulation 1615 ; weekly $1.50 ; claimed 
circulation 4025 ; daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly 8 
pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 24 inches, width 
2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1. 2 times $1.75. 1 week $3.25, 1 month $8.50, 3 
months $14, 6 months $18, 1 year $25; 4 inches 1 year 
$80 ; 1 column 1 time $12, 1 year $300 ; cuts same price, 
E. O. D. 2-3 daily monthly rate ; Local notices 10 lines 
1 time $1.50,1 week $4.50, 1 month $12, 1 year $48. 
Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 month $5, 3 months $8, 



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one of the most complete newspaper offices in the world. 

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ESTABLISHED 1871. 



THE LEADING DEMOCRATIC PAPER OF TEXAS. 

All the News, Local, National, and Foreign. 

Is especially devoted to the Actions and Doings of the Legislative, Judicial, and Executive Departments of the 
State Government, and to the Proceedings of the United States and State Courts held at the Capital. 

TERMS: 
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12 Months 1O OO 



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18 Mouths 2 OO 



Circulation of l>ally and Weekly, 1O,OOO. 

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months $11,1 year $15 ; 4 inches 1 year $50 ; 1 column 1 time 
$20, I year $2uO ; Local notices 10 lines 1 time $1.50, 1 
month, $1, 3 mouths $10, 1 year $26. 
Atlot. page 288. 



MEMPHIS. 

APPEAL. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 
1840. Gallaway & Keating, editors mid proprietors. 
Subscription daily $10 ; claimed circulation 5400 ; 
weekly $1 ; claimed circulation 6100; daily 4 pages, 10 
columns ; weekly 8 pages, 6 columns ; length ol columns 
daily, 31 inches, weekly 21 inches, width 2 14 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 8 lines 1 time 
$1, 1 week $3, 1 month $6, 3 months $16, 1 yeav $54 ; 
16 lints 1 month $10, 3 months 27, 1 year $90 ; cuts same 
price. Weekly, 8 ifnes tirat insertion $1, subsequent 
insertions 50 cents ; discounts : 3 months 10 per cent, 6 
mouths 20 per cent, 1 year 30 per cmt. 

A leading; Southern newspaper, with ex- 
teusivo circulation in Tennessee, Ala- 
bama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Texas. 

AVALANCHE. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent Democrat. Es- 
tablished 1853. F. 8. Nichols, editor. Memphis Ava- 
lanche Co. ..proprietors. Subscription, daily $10, claimed 
circulation 4jUO ; weekly $1, claimed circulation 5000 ; 4 
pages. 10 columns; length of columns 31 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 8 lines 
1 time 1 ; 1 week $3, 1 month $ti, 3 months $16, 
months $23, 1 year $54 ; 24 liius $120, 48 linos $231 for 
1 year ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 70 per cent, 2 limes a 
week 50 per cent of daily monthly rates ; outside pages 
1-4 extra ; Locals 1 time 2J cents, 1 week 15 cents, 1 
month 13 1-2 cents, 1 year 5 cents per line per tune. 
Weekly 8 lines 1 time $1, subsequent insertions 50 cents ; 

3 moiuns $0.30, 6 months $10.50, 1 year $18. 

Advt. page 380. 

PUBLIC LEDGER. -Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Tu-sdays. Democratic. .Established 
1865. J. Harvey Mathes, editor. E. Whitmore, proprie- 
tor. Subscription, daily $5, claimed circulation. 5000; 
weekly $1, claimed circulation aOOO ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; 
length of columns 23 1-2 inches, width 2 1-s inches. Ad- 
vertising rat s, daily, nonpareil, 4 lines 1 time SO cents, 1 
week $1.M), 1 month $3.5H, 3 months $8, 1 year $30 ; 8 
lines 1 time $1, 1 week $3, 1 month $6, 3 months $15, 1 
year $5U ; 2 inches 3 montiis $30, 1 year $100 ; cuts same 
price ; Local notices, first insertion 15 cents, 1 week 7,~> 
cents, 1 month $2.6 '. Weekly 8 lines 1 time $1, 1 month 
$2.5u, 3 months $6, 1 year $18 ; 2 inches 3 months $12, 
1 ye:ir $33. Daily ana weekly 25 per cent more than daily 
rates. Solid cuts required. 

TENNESSEE BAPTIST. Every Saturday. Baptist. 
Established 1813. J. K. Graves, D.D., LL.D., editor. 
Graves and Mahaffy, proprietors. Subscription $2 ; 
claimed circulation 4UO ; JO pages, 4 coin mug ; length of 
columns 13 inches, width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, per inch, first $1.50, subsequent inser- 
tions 75 cents. Discounts: 3 mouths 10 per cent; 6 
inches or m >ro 10 per cent ; cuts same price ; Local no- 
nces 20 cents per line. 



NASHVILLE. 

AMERICAN. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days. Democratic. Established 1812. Henry Hciss and 
AloertRoOerts, editors. Union & American Publishing 
Co., proprietors, subscription, daily $12, claimed circn- 
tion 7UOJ ; weekly $1, claimed circulation 17,000 ; 8 pages, 
7 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, wiuth 2 inches 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 
week $4, 1 month $14, 3 months $35, 6 months $59, 1 
year $80; 5 inches 1 month $62,3 months $99, 1 year 
$216 ; 10 inches 1 year $386 ; cuts same price ; E. O. D 
2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time a week 1-3 daily monthly 
rates ; City Items 10 cunts per line each insertion. Week- 
ly 1 inch 1 time $2, 2 times $3.80, 1 month $6.80, 3 months 



$16.30, 6 months $26.80, 1 year $35 ; 3 inches 3 months 
$44, ti months $66. 1 year $U9 ; 10 inches 1 time $20, 1 
year $323 ; City Items 20 cents per line per time. 

One of the leading papers in the South. 
The larg.-st circulation. The best adver- 
tising medium. 

Advt. page 180. 

BANNER. Every morning and evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1876. Banner Publishing Co.. editors and proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $7!80, estimated circulation 
4000 ; weekly $1, estimated circulation 5iOO ; daily 
4 pages', 8 columns; weekly 8 pnges, 8 columns; 
length of columns, daily 26 inches, weekly 22 
inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 week $3.75, 1 month $10.50,3 
months $26.25, 1 year $60 ; 2 inches 3 inonihs $38, 1 year 
$85; cuts same price ; each additional inch 3 months $12, 
1 year $25 ; E. O. D 2-3 daily rates, * times a week 1-2; 
1 time a week $1 per inch each insertion ; City Items, 
first 15 cents, subsequent ins-eitions 5 cuits- per line; 
Reading matter 20 cents. Weekly 1 inch 1 lime $1.50,1 
mon ih $5.10, 3 months $12, 1 year $26.25 ; <ach addition- 
al inch 1 month $5.10, 3 months $10.50, 1 year $24. Solid 
cuts required. 

The Banner Is a live, energetic news- 

Kapcr, full up to the front in news and re- 
iability, and in the confidence of the pub- 
lic, lit ihe number mid character of its 
readers the advertiser will have an assur- 
ance ihut he is placing his money where 
it will do the mo*t good. 

Advt. page 366. 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Saturday. Method- 
ist. Established 183r. O. P.Fitzgerald, editor. South- 
ern Methodist Publishing House, publisher-*. L. D. 
Palmer, manager. Subscription J2 ; claimed circulation 
24,168; 20 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 13 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 20 
cents per line each insertion; less than 1 inch 25 cents; 
cuts same price ; Business retires 3> cents per line. Dis- 
counts: 13 times 10 per cent ; .26 times 20 per cent ; 1 
year 25 per cent ; single advertisements covering 50 lines 
10 per cent, 75 lines 20 per cent, 100 lines 25 per cent. 
Both 'discounts allowed. 

CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN.-Every Thursday. 
Presbyterian. Established 1S40. J. It. Brown, D. D. and 
D. M. Harris, D. D.. editors. T. M. Hurst, publisher. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 12,001) ; 8 puses, 6 
columns ; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 8-ft inches. 
Advertising rales, nonpareil, 12 cents per line each inser- 
tion ; cuts same price ; Reading notices, bourgeois. 24 
cviits per line per time. Discounts : 4 times or 3 inches 
10 per cent ; 3 months or 6 incht s 15 per cent ; 6 months 
or 11 inches 20 per cent ; 1 year or 1 column 25 per cent. 

GOSPEL ADVOCATE. Every Wednesday. Church 
of Christ, Established 1856. David Lipscomb and E. G. 
Sewell, editors and proprietors. Subscription $2 ; 
claimed circulition 4600; 16 pages, 4 columns; [length 
of columns 13 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 60 cents, 1 month 2, 3 
months $5,6 months $7.50, 1 year $12.50; cuts same 
price. Discounts on orders of $25, 10 per cent ; $50, 20 
per cent ; $100, 30 per cent. 

ADVOCATE OF MISSIONS. Monthly. Evangelical. 
Established 1880. Young, Kelley & Morton, editors and 
proprietors. Subscription 50 cents ; estimated circula- 
tion 6EOO; 16 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 9 1-2 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
$1 an inch each insertion ; cuts same price. 

SUNDAY SCHOOL MAGAZINE. Monthly. Meth- 
odist. Established 1870. W. G. E. Cnnnyngham, editor. 
Southern Metnodist Publishing House, publishers. L. 
D. Palmer, manager. Claimed circulation 25,000; 52 to 
04 ('ages. 2 columns; length, of columns 7 1-2 inches, 
width 2 inches. Advertising rates, agate, 25 cents per 
line each insertion; cuts same price ; notices 40 cents; 
20 per cent discount on 1 page. 



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(ESTABLISHED 1841.) 

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Pages cut open and fastened. Every Advertisement in desirable position, as 
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Proprietors YANKEE BLADE and BOSTON" TIMES, 

20 HAWLEY STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 



Saturday Evening Express, 

ESTABLISHED 1857. 
FREDERICK JMAHOISTEV, Editor. 



PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AT 3 COURT ME., BOSTON, MASS. 

Terms, Three Dollars per Annum, in Advance. 



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TEXAS. 



IAITSTIN. 

STATESMAN. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1871. 
Wm. P. (Mines, editor. Statesman Publishing Co., pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $10 ; sworn circulation 
4500: weekly $2, sworn circulation 5000 ; 4 pages (weekly 
8 pages), 9 columns; length of column 26 inches, width 
2 flu-he*. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch 1 
time $1; 1 week $3 50; 1 ni'-nth $9; 3 months $19; 1 year 
$50; 2 inches 3 months $31, 1 year $80; 6 inches 1 year 
$160; cuts same price; Reading notices 1 time 20 cents, 
1 week 15 cents, 1 mouth 5 cents per line each time. 
Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1.50; 1 month $4: 3 months $10; 

1 year $2fi ; 2 inches 3 months $17.50. 1 year #40. 
Tlie only morning paper published at 

the capital of Texas. 

Advt. page 212. 

TEXAS BAPTIST HERALD. Every Thursday. Bap- 
tist. Established 1865. J. B. Link, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 4800; 4 
pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 25 1-2 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates nonpareil, 1-2 inch 1 
time; $1 ; 1 month $1.75; 8 months $5; 1 year $12; 1 
inch 1 time $2, 1 month $3, 3 months $3, 1 year $20 ; 2 
inches 3 months $14, 1 year $32; 6 inches 1 year $90; 
cuts same price ; E. O. W. 1-4 more than for tame num- 
ber of consecutive insertions ; Reading notices double. 

TEXAS SIFTINGS. Every Saturday. Humorous. 
Established 1881. Alex. E. Sweet and J. Armoy Knox, 
editors. Texas Sittings Publishing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 80,000 ; 8 
pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per 
line eiich insertion; cuts same price ; Special positions 
1-4 extra ; Heading matter notices, nonpareil 75 cents, 
brevier $1 a line. Discounts : single contract of 1000 
lines 5 per cent, 1500 lints 10 per cent, 2000 lines 15 per 
cent, 3000 lines 20 per cent. Eastern Office, Temple 
Court, New York City 

Advt. page 76. 

TEXAS FARM AND RANCH. 1st and 15th of each 
month. Agricultural. Established 1883. F. P. Holland 
and W. A. "L. Knox, editors and proprietors. Subscrip- 
tion $1 ; >-w<:rn circulation 15,500 : 16 pages. 4 columns ; 
length i of columns 13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-0 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates-, agate, 20 cents per line each insertion ; 
cuts eume price ; Reading notices, in nonpareil 30 cents, 
in brevier 40 cents per lino each insertion; special posi- 
tions, advertisements or notices, 1-4 extra. Discounts : 
500 lines in one contract 5 per cent, 1000 lines 10 per 
cent, 1500 lines 15 per cent, 2000 lines 20 per cent; solid 
cuts required. 

Advt. page 208. 

TEXAS STATE JOURNAL. Monthly. Real Estate. 
Established 18^0. James B. Goff, editor. James B 
Goff & ('o., proprietors. Subscription 75 rents : claimed 
circulation 5000; 8 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
18 inches, widih 2 14 inches. Advertising rates, 1 inch 
1 time $1, 1 year 5; 1 column 1 time $6, 1 year $35; 
cuts 8'imi' price. 

'I his paper goes to every Court Clerk, 
prominent Lawyer, Land Agent, and Kail- 
way Ollicer In Texas and tlie Southern and 
Southwestern States, as well as to thou- 
sands of farmers, stockmen, merchants, 
and others. 



BROWN WOOD. 

OUR SUNNY SOUTH. 1st and 15th of each mouth. 
Literary. EstablUhed 1880. Sunny South Newspaper 
and Priming Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription 
$1 ; claimed circulation 40,00n ; 8 pages, 6 columns; 
length of columns, 9 1-2 inches, width 2 1-0 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 25 cents per line each in- 
sertion ; cuts same price ; Special positions 1-4, Reading 
notices, leaded brevier, 1-3 extra. Discounts on large or 
long time advertisements. Solid cuts required. 

" Our Sunny South has the largest 
circulation among the Agriculturists of 
'1'exas and Arkansas of any paper in the 
world. 

Advt. page 104. 

SOUTHLAND. Monthly. Literary. Established 1883. 
Edmund E. Hull, editor. Sunny South Newspaper and 
Printing Co., proprietors. Subsciiption $1.50 ; claimed 
circulation 10.000 ; 20 pages, 4 columns ; length of 
columns 13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 25 cents per line each insertion ; cuts 
same price ; solid cuts required. 



DALLAS. 

HERALD. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. Established 
1849. Flouts, Elliott & Hall, editors and proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $10; claimed circulation 5500; weekly 
$1.50; claimed circulation 7000; 8 pages, 7 columns; 
length of columns 22 inches, width 2 l-(i inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, agate, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 week J5, 
2 weeks $9,3 weeks $12.00, 1 month $14.50, 8 months 
$3.:.80. 6 months $63.60, 1 year $100; 3 inches same 
proportion for less than 3 months ; 3 months $105, t> 
months $190, 1 year $28) ; 10 inches 1 time $8.70, 1 
week $45, 1 month $127, 3 months $312.50, 6 months 
$533, 1 year $800 ; 1 column 1 year $1400 ; cuts same 
price; fixed positions 25 percent extra; following local 
news 20 cents per line, among news matter 50 cents per 
line each insertion ; matter must b.e new each issue. 
Discounts for cash in advance, 1 month 5 pr cent, 3 
months 15 per cent, 6 months or longer 25 per cent. 
Weekly 3-4 of daily monthly rate* ; for daily and weekly 
add 50 per cent to daily rates. 

INTELLIGENCER. Every evening except Sunday, 
and NORTON'S UNION INTELLIGENCER, Satur- 
days. Republican. Established 1858. A. B. Norton & 
Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $6 , 
claimed circulation 600 ; weekly $2.50 ; claimed circula- 
tion 5000 ; 4 pages, 5 columns (weekly 7 columns) ; length 
of columns 18 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, in either daily or weekly, 1 time $1.50, 
subsequent insertions 75 cents per inch. For special rates 
address the Publisher, or John F. Phillips <fc Co., 29 
Park Row, New York. 

TEXAS BAPTIST. Every Thursday. Baptist. Es- 
tablished 1874. Ilayden &, Anderson, editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription $2; estimated circulation 4000; 
4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 24 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 
$1. 1 month $2.50, 3 months $7.50, 6 months $14, 1 year 
$25: 3 inches $50, 1-4 column $75 for 1 year ; cuts same 
price ; Reading notices 1-4 extra. 



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TEXAS FARMER. Every Wednesday. Agricultural. 
Established 1880. J. F. Puller, editor. Texas Farmer 
Publishing Association, proprietors. Subscription $1 ; 
claimed circulation 3')00 ; 8 pages, 5 columns ; length of 
columns 18 inches, width 2 1-0 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $-2.50, 2 months $5. 
3 months $7.50, 6 months $14, 1 year $25 ; 4 inches 1 
month $10, 3 months $23, 6 months $40, 1 year $60 ; 
1 column 1 time $10, 1 month $40, 3 months $80, 
months $140, 1 year $250 ; Special notices and editorial 
and quoted nuttier 25 per cent above regular rates ; cuts 
inserted at ordinary rates. 

FORT WORTH. 

GAZETTE. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Fridays. 
Democratic. Established, daily 1880 ; weekly 1877. 
W. L. Malone, editor. Loving Publishing Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $10; claimed Circulation 7500 ; 
weekly $1; claimed circulation 9500 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; 
length of columns 21 3-4 inches, width 2 1-ti inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 inch 1 time $2; 1 week 
$5.25, 1 month $12, 3 months $33,1 >ear $120 ; cuts same 
price ; each additional inch 1-2 price ; Business notices 
1 time 20 cents. 1 month $2 per line. Weekly, 1 inch 1 
time $3, 1 month $8, 3 months $2250, C months $42, 
1 year $72 ; Reading notices 1 time 30 cents ; subsequent 
insertions 20 cents per line. Solid cuts required. 

TEXAS LIVE STOCK JOURNAL Every Saturday. 
Live Stock. Established 188J. Geo. B. Loving, editor. 
Loving Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 ; 
claimed circulation 12,5X)0 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length 
of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $3, 2 times $5, 1 mouth 
$8, 3 months $22.50, 6 months $42, 1 year $72; cuts same 
price ; each additional inch 1-2 price ; Local notices 

1 time 30 cents; subsequent insertions 20 cents; dis- 
counts for loii',' time. Solid cuts required. 

TEXAS WOOL GROWER. Every Thursday. Sheep- 
raising. Established 1882. Philip H. Hale, editor. 
Loving Publishing Co., proprie:ors. Subs-cripiion $2; 
claimed circulation 7<)00 ; 8 pages, 5 columns; length of 
columns 18 inches, widih 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $2.25 ; 1 month $6. 3 months 
$17, 6 months $31.50, 1 year $54 ; cuts fame price ; Read- 
ing notices 1 time 30 cents ; subsequent insertions 20 
cents per line. Solid cuts icjnired. 

GAL.VESTON. 

TEXAS POST. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. German. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1869. O. A H. Du-tzel, editors and proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $6, claimed circulation 1800 ; weekly 
$3, claimed circulation 9000 ; 4 pages (weekly 10 pages), 

7 columns ; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, in either edition $1.50, per 
inch first time, $1 for subsequent insertions ; liberal 
discounts on advertisements running a month or longer ; 
cuts same price. 

NEWS. Every morning, and WEEKLY. Thursday?. 
Independent. Established 1842. A. 11. Belo & Co. , editors 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $10, estimated circula- 
tion 12 000; weekly $1.50, estimated circulation 14,000; daily 

8 pages, 6 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 8 columns ; length 
of columns 20 1-2 inches (weekly 26 1-2 inches), width 2 
1-fi inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 3 lines 1 
time 50 cents ; subsequent insertions 25 cents, per month 
$5.80 ; 7 lines and over 1 time 15 cents, 1 week 6'i cents, 

2 week-i 97 cents, per month $1.52 per line ; 2d and 3d 
pages 1-4, 4t,h page 1-2, 1st page 101) per cent extra; cuts 
same price ; E. O. D. 2-3 daily monthly rates ; Reading 
matter double for space occupied. Weekly 1 time 20 
cents, two or more consecutive insertions 15 cents per 
line ; Reading matter double for space occupied ; Double 
column 1-4 more in either daily or weekly. Solid curved 
cuts required. 

TEXAS CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. -Every Saturday. 
Methodist. Established 1853. Shaw & Blaylock, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 
12,000 ; 8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, 
width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 1 
time $1.50, 1 month $4, 3 months $9, 1 year $28; 1 inch 
1 time $2, 1 month $t>, 3 months $14, 1 year $41 ; 6 inches 
1 month $31, 3 months $74. 1 year $217 ; cuts same price ; 
Special positions 25 per cent additional. 

HOUSTON. 

POST.-Every morning except Monday, and WEEKLY, 
Wednesday-". Independent Democratic. Established 
1879. W. T. Hardenbrook, editor. Houston Post Pub- 



lishing Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $10, claimed 
circulation 8737 ; weekly $1 ; claimed circulation 10,958 ; 

8 pages, 7 columns (weekly 8 columns) ; length of col- 
umns, 21 1-2 inches (weekly 26 1-4 inches), width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 time 15 
cent;-, 2 times 25 cents, 1 week 56 ctnts, 2 weeks 87 cents, 
1 month $1.40 per line ; 8th page 1 time 23 cents. 2 time 
38 cents, 1 week 84 cents, 1 month $2.11 per line ; 1st page 
1 time 30 cents, 2 times 50 cents. 1 week $1.12, 1 month 
$2.80 per line ; K. O. D. 2-3, 2 times a week 1-2, 1 time 
a week 1-3 of full tinie daily rates ; cuts same price ; 
Reading notices, minion, 1 time 36 cents, 2 times 60 cents, 
1 week $1.34, 2 weeks $2.09, 1 month $3.36 per line ; 
E. O. D. 2-3 full time rates. Weekly 20 cents, 2 or more 
consecutive insertions 15 cents per J me each insertion; 
K O. W. 20 cents per line each insertion ; Reading 
notices, nonpareil, 40 cents; minion 48 cents; two or more 
consecutive insertions 30 cents per line nonpareil, if 
minion 36 cents. Solid cuts required. 

The Brightest, Best, and Cheapest News- 
paper In the Southwest. The largest cir- 
culation of any newspaper In Texas. 

Advt. page 218. 

GIRLS' NATIONAL REFORMER.-lst and 15th of 
each month. Temperance and Literary. Established 
1875. Charles Culmore, editor. Josephine Culmore, pro- 
piietor. Subscription $1; estimated circulation 5000; 
24 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns }3 3-4 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
$2.50 per month ; discounts : 3 months 5 per cent, (i 
months 10 per cent, 1 year 20 per cent; cuis same price. 
Circulation guaranteed to exceed 40O,OOC 
lit twelve months. The only Southern 
Family, Temperance and Literary Maga- 
zine in Texas. 

Advt. page 302. 

I 

SAN ANTONIO. 

EXPRESS. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. Democratic. Es- 
tablished 1865. Express Printing Co., editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $10, estimated circulation 
4000; weekly $1, estimated clrcu ation 4200; 4 pages, 

9 columns; length of columns 25 3-4 inches, width 2 l-ii 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 inch 1 time 
$1, 1 week $3, 1 month $19 and $5 for each subsequent 
month; 4 inches 1 month $25, 3 months $40, 6 month* 
$60, 1 year $100, 1 column 1 time $lii, 1 month $70, 1 
year $300. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 momh $3, 3 
months $7.50, 6 months $10, 1 year $lo; 4 inches 1 year 
$50 ; 1 column 1 year $100 ; cuts in either edition same 
price. 

FREIE PRESSE FUR TEXAS. Every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY. German. Republican. 
R Hunschke, proprietor. Subscription, daily fio, 
estimated circulation 620 ; weekly $2.50, estimated circu- 
lation 4200 ; daily 4 pages, 7 columns ; weekly 12 pages, 

5 columns : length of columns, 24 inches i weekly 21 
inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 month $6, 3 months $14, 6 montns 
$20, 1 year $35; 3 incites 3 months $28, 1 year $70. 
Weekly, 1 inch 1. month $5, 3 inonihs $12. 6 months 
$20, 1 year $30; 3 inches 3 months $22, 1 year $60. 

TEXAS STOCKMAN. Every Tuesday. Live-stock. 
Established 188.5. R. R. Claridge, editor. Claridge, 
McBride & Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 ; estimated 
circulation 3000; 12 pages, 4 columns ;. length of col- 
umns 13 1-2 inches ; width 2 '1-6 inchei?! Advenising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1. 1 month $2.50, 3 
months $6, 6 months $10, 1 year $15 ; each additional 
inch 1 year $10 ; cuts, same price ; Double column 1-5 
extra ; Local notices 1 time 20 cents ; subsequent inser- 
tions 10 cents per line. Solid cut* required. 

WACO. 

EXAMINER. Every morning except Monday, and 
EXAMINER AND PATRON, Fridays. Established 
1866. Examiner Publishing Co., editors and proprietors. 
John A. Elgin, mansiger. Subscription, daily $10 ; 
claimed circulation 1500; weekly $1.50; claimed circu- 
lation 4500; daily 4 pages, 8 columns; weekly 8 p.'ige.s 

6 columns ; length of columns 24 inches (weekly 20 
inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rat> s, daily, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $5, 3 monthH 
$12.50, 6 months $20, 1 year $35 ; each additional inch 
1 year $15; cuts same price. Wceklv same as in daily 
rates. 



218 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.'S 



THE POST FOR 1884 

Established 1 879. Incorporated and Reorganized 1883. 



DAILY AND WEEKLY EDITIONS. 



NEW PROPRIETORS! NEW EDITORS! .NEW LIFE AND BLOOD 



THE POST presents greeting to its tens of thousands of friends, with the beginning of the 
new year, and wants to remind them of two or three rather important facts. 

Five months ago THE POST commenced its new career. Its growth has been unprecedented. 
Its wonderful advance in circulation, in advertising, in influence, in popularity, warrants the 
claim of a leading position in Southern journalism. 

No expense or effort will be spared until THE POST is recognized as the greatest as well as 
the brightest and cheapest paper in the South. 

THE POST, as the leading Democratic newspaper in the Southwest, knows no faction, and 
recognizes no individual ambitions or aspirations aside from the general good of the party and the 
State of Texas. It seeks the triumph of principles not men. It upholds great Democratic ideas 
and ideals not a faction or a fraction of the party. 

At the entrance of the new year, the new POST desires to express its gratitude for the hearty 
welcome it has received, and the magnificent success it has already achieved. Its welcome comes 
from the people. Its success is their work. They have indorsed its merits by more than trebling 
its circulation in five months, and by doubling its advertising. For this they are entitled to our 
>yarmest thanks. 

But what has been done is merely the beginning. THE POST will be improved during the 
coming year in all its departments. It proposes to continue to be, above everything else, a 
journal for the family as well as for the business man ; and while it pretends to no portentous 
dignity, it will be clean and dignified, and at the same time sparkling and vivacious. 

It proposes no heavy spread of indigestibles ; but will give the gist, the pith, the spirit of 
everything that the readers of a newspaper want to know. It will be such a paper as the brisk, 
nervous, active spirit of the country requires. 

THE POST believes in the intelligence, not only of classes, but in that of a majority of the 
people, and it will study the interests of the whole from a business, a political, and every other 
]x>int of view. By serving the intelligence of the masses, it has found, by actual experience, it 
brst serves itself. 

THE DAILY POST-8 Pages, 48 Columns, 

Contains all the news, complete and interesting. Well-considered Editorials on 
every subject, political or social. Complete Commercial and Market Reports. 

THE POST has reason to be proud of its commercial columns. This department is known and 
respected throughout the country, and its prognostications as to the course of prices have been so 
accurate that they have created not only the largest confidence in the paper, but a great deal of 
appreciative surprise. 

THE WEEKLY POST-8 Pages, 64 Columns, 

IR made up from the cream of the daily editions. It is essentially the paper for the Family, the 
I Merchant, the Farmer, the Mechanic, the Artisan, the Professional gentleman, and in fact for the 
people. It is ably edited, and all combined makes the best DOLLAR WEEKLY IN 
THE COUNTRY. 

Send for any information desired. Specimen copies sent free. Address 

HOUSTON POST PUBLISHING CO., 

W. T. HARDENBROOK, MANAGEU, 

HOUSTON, TEXAS. 



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219 



VERMONT. 



BRATTLEBORO. 

HOUSEHOLD. Monthly. Domestic. Established 
1868. George E. Crowcll, 'editor and proprietor. Sub- 
scription $1^10 ; claimed circulation 70.000 ; 32 pages, 4 
columns ; length of columns 12 3-4 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, agate. 50 cents per line each 
insertion; 1 inch 1 time $6, 3 times $17 50, 6 times $32, 

1 year $60; 1 column 1 time $60, 3 tynes $170, 6 times 
$320, 1 year $000 ; cuts same price ; special positions 25 
per cent additional ; Heading notices 75 cents per non- 
pareil line each insertion. 

WOMAN AT WORK. Monthly. Literary and Do- 
mestic. Established 1877. Mrs. E-ther T. Housh, 
editor. Frank E. Housh, publisher. Subscrip;ion $1 ; 
claimed circulation 3100 ; 32 pages, 3 columns; length of 
columns 9 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 inches Advertising 
rates, agate, 10 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same 
price; special positions 1-4 extra; Heading notices 15 
cents per line. 

In 1883 we had subscribers at 97O dif- 
ferent post-offices in all States. 

BURLINGTON. 

FREE PRESS AND TIMES-. Every morning ex- 
cept Sunday, and FREE PRESS, Fridays. Republican. 
Established, daily 1847; weekly 1827. G. G. Benedict, 
editor. Free Press Association, proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $6 ; claimed circulation 2000 ; weekly $2 ; claimed 
circulation 2500 ; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages), 8 columns; 
length of columns 24 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Adver- 
tising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 week 
$3, 1 month $3, 3 months $14, (j months $22, 1 year $36 ; 

2 inches $50, 3 inches $60, 6 inches $100 1 year; cuts 
same price ; special positions and double columns 1-4 
extra; special notice-" 1-2 extra ; Reading notices, non- 
pareil, 15 cents per line per time. Weekly 3-4, daily and 
weekly 1 1-2 times daily monthly rates. 

The only Dally in tlie largest city In 
Vermont, and the largest and most Im- 
portant Daily in the Jstate. 

MONTPEMER. 

ARGUS AND PATRIOT. Every Wednesday. Demo- 
cratic, Established 1821. Hiram Atkins, editor find 
proprietor. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 0575 : 
i pages, 10 columns; length of columns 29 inches, width 
\t 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch per 
year $18 ; less than 3 mouths #2 psr inch per month, 
1 time $1, subsequent insertions 50 cents; cuts same 
price ; next reading and Reading notices 25 per cent 
extra ; Business mention, not less than 5 lines, 15 cents 
per line. 

VERMONT FARMER AND NEWS. Every Wednes- 
day. Agricultural. Established 1879. Geo. H. Rich- 
mood, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1.50; -claimed 



circulation 3000; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 
21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 mouth $1, 3 months 
$2. 1 year $6; 2 inches 1 year $10, 12 inches 1 year $bO ; 
cuts same price ; Reading notices 1 c^nt a word each 
insertion ; with other advertising 1-2 cent a word. 

Reaches every post-office In Vermont. 
Pays advertisers better than any other 
paper lu Vermont. 

VERMONT WATCHMAN AND STATE JOURNAL. 
Every Wednesday. Republican. Established 18u(5. 
W. W. Prescoit, editor and proprietor. Subscription $2; 
estimated circulation 3500; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of 
columns 21 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $1.75, 3 
months $3.25, 6 months $5.75, 1 year $10 ; cuts same 
price. 

The Largest Circulation of any Repub- 
lican Wee lily In Vermont. 



RUTLAND. 

HERALD AND GLOBE. -Every morning except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 
1794. A. H. Tuttle, editor ;>nd proprietor. Subscription, 
daily $6, claimed circulation 2400 ; weekly $2, claimed 
circulation 2500 ; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages"), 8 columns ; 
length of columns 23 inches, width 2 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, daily, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 
week $1.50, 1 month $3.50, 3 months $7, 1 year $18 ; 1 
inch 1 time $1, 1 week $2.25, 1 month $5.25. 3 months 
$10.50, 6 months $19, 1 year $30; 1-8 column 3 months 
$22,1 year $60 ; 1-2 column 3 months $70, 1 year $2CO ; 
cti'ssame price ; Reading notices 1 time 15 cents per line. 
V eekly raus 3-4 daily rates ; daily and weekly 1-2 more 
than daily rales. 



ST. AL.BANS. 

MESSENGER AND ADVERTISER. Every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Fridays. Republican. 

Established, daily 1861, weekly 18*3. D. \V. Dixon, 
editor. A. J. Lang, manager. "Subscription, daily $8, 
claimed circulation 700; weekly $2, claimed circulation 
2600 ; 4 pages {weekly 8 pages), 7 columns ; length of 
columns 22 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, nonpareil, 1-2 inch 1 time 50 cents. 1 week $1.75, 
1 year $11 ; 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2, 1 month $4. 
3 "months $7.50, 6 months $9, 1 year $15; 1-4 column 
$40 ; 1 column $100 1 year; cuts same price ; Bui-inees 
notices, leaded minion, 5 cc-nts per line each Insertion. 
Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 month $3, 3 months $8, 
6 months $14, 1 year $20 ; 1-4 column $52; 1 column 
$135 1 year. Daily and weekly 6(5 per cent more ih.m 
daily rates. 



220 JNO. F. PHILLIPS it co:a 



WE OWN 

THE ENTIRE ADVERTISING SPACE OF THE 

CHICAGO RELIGIOUS PAPERS. 



INTERIOR. 25 cents per line. 

It has a larger circulation (22,000) than any Presbyterian paper in the country, and 7000 
more than any religious paper (with one exception) in the West. 

ft 

ADVANCE. 2O cents per line. 

It is the only paper of the Congregational denomination published west of the Allegha- 
nies. It goes into every State and Territory in the United States, having a circulation of 
15,000. 

STANDARD. 2O cents per line. 

The leading Baptist paper west of New York. Its circulation (15,000) is of the highest 
character among the denomination that it represents. 

LIVING CHURCH.-2O cents per line. 

The representative and only organ of the Episcopal church in the West. Its sworn cir- 
culation (16,000) is national. Is recognized by its advertising patrons as one of the best. 

RELICIO-PHILOSOPHICAL JOURNAL.-2O cts. per line. 

Devoted to Spiritual Philosophy, the Arts and Sciences, Literature, Romance, and General 
Reform. Circulation, 20,OOO. The only organ of Spiritualism in the West. 

LEVER. 12 cents per line. 

Christian - Temperance the recognized Representative Organ of the Temperance move- 
ment throughout the United States. Circulation, 10,000, widely distributed. 

UNIVERSALIST.-I2 cents per line. 

Has the largest circulation (8000) of any Universalist paper in the country, and i the only 
one of its denomination in the West. 

UNITY.-8 cents per line. 

The only representative of the Unitarian denomination in the West. Reaches the most 
wealthy, intelligent classes. Circulation, 3000. Published semi-monthly. 

We Recommond this List to all General Advertisers. 



LORD & THOMAS, 

Newspaper Advertising Agents, CHICAGO, 



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221 



VIRGINIA 



NORFOLK. 

VIRGINIAN. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Democratic. Established 1865. 
M. Olennan, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily 
$5, claimed circulation 2883; weekly $1, claimed circula- 
tion 1200; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of column* 31 1-2 
inches', width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, non- 
pareil, 10 lines 1 time 60 cents, 1 week $2, 1 month $6.30, 
3 months $17, 6 months $30, 1 year $48 : 20 lines $80, 30 
lines $100; 1-4 column $196 ; cuts samt price 4 E. O. D. 
2-3, 2 times a week 1-2 daily monthly rates; Reading no- 
tices 1 time 20 cents, subsequent insertions 10 cents, 1 
month $1 per line. Weekly 10 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 
month $1.75, 3 months $4, 6 months $7, 1 year $10. 

RICHMOND. 

DISPATCH. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Democratic. Established 1850. The 
Dispatch Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $6, sworn circulation 8220; weekly $1, sworn circu- 
lation 4788 ; 4 pages, 7 columtis; length of columns 21 1-8 
inches, width 2 1-16 inches. Advertising rates, agate, dai- 
ly 7 lines 1 time 50 cents, 1 week $2.70, 1 month $10, 3 
months $25 ; 2 inches 1 month $36, 3 months $64; 5 
inches 3 months $125 ; K. O. D. 2-3 daily monthly rates; 
Climes a week 50 cents each time for eaeh 7 line* ; Special 
notices 1-4 extra ; Reading notices, leaded agate, 5 lines or 
less 75 cents, over 5 line* 14 cents, 1 month 12 cents, -3 
months or more 10 cents per line per time. No -cuts u*ed 
in daily. Weekly same as daily for same number of 
times; cuts same price. Solid cuts required. 

The leading Democratic paper in Vir- 
ginia and greatly largest in clrculatlou. 
Advt. page 320. 

WHIG. Every morning except, Sunday, and WEEKLY, 
Fridays. Readjuster. Established 1824. William C. 
Elaux, .editor. Richmond Whig Publishing Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription, daily $5, claimed circulation 2000 ; 
weekly $1, claimed circulatius 5000 : 4 pages, 7 columns 
(weekly 8 columns); length of columns 21 inches (week- 
ly 24 inches), width 2 1-6 mches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 1 ineh 1 time $1, 1 week $3, 1 month $6.50, 8 
nioatks $12 (i months $18, 1 year $26 : greater >*pace at 
fame rate ; cuts same price; E. O. I>. 8-4 daily monthly 
daily rates ; Special notices for longer than 1 week 1-4 ex- 
Ira. Weekly 1 inch 1 tame $1, 1 month $4, 3 months $8, 
month* $12, 1 year $20; 1-2 column 1 year $'400; Special 
notices 1-4 extra. 

Adwt. page 178.. 

CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN, Evert' Wednesday, 
Presbyterian. Established 1837. Richardson & Soutu- 
all, editors and proprietors. Subscription $3; claimed 
(diccuJation 320.0.; 8 pages., .5 .eo.lu.mju8.; length .o/cojumns 



20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 1-2 inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 month $2, 3 months $4, 6 
months $7, i yenr $12; 1 inch 3 months $7, 1 year $18 ; 10 
inches 1 year if 120 ; cuts game price. 

CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Thursday. Method- 
ist. Established 1832. John J. Lafferty. editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2.50; estimated circulation 
5500: 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 24 inches, 
width 2 M5 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 week $1.1 month $3.25, 2 months $5.50, 3 mor.ths $7.50, 
6 months $12, 1 year $20 ; 4 inches 1 time $3.25, J month 
$10, 3 months $20, 6 months $40, 1 year $68; 1 column 1 
time $20, 1 month $60, 3 months $120, 1 year $350 ; cuts 
same price. 

RELIGIOUS HERALD. Every Tuesday. Baptist. 
Established 1827. W. E. Hatcher and A. E. Dickinson, 
editors. Jeter & Dickinson, proprietors. Subscription 
$2.60; estimated circulation 8000; 4 pages, 8 columns; 
length of columns 23 1-2 inches, .width 2 1-6 inchen. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 5 lines or less 1 time $1.25, 
1 month $3.75, 3 months $10.30^ 6 months $15.62, 1 year 
$25 ; 10 lines 1 time $2.50, 1 month $7.50, S months $15.87, 
6 months $26.50 ; 1 year $50; 60 lines 3 months $95, 1 
year $300 ; cuts same price ; Special notices 30 centsjper 
line. 

SOUTHERN CHURCHMAN. Every Thursday. 
Episcopal. Established 1835. Subscription $3; esti- 
mated circulation 4000; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of 
columns 24 1-4 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, $1 per inch eaeh insertion. Discounts 
for liirgei>ace or long time; cuts same price. 

EARNEST WORKER. Monthly. Presbyterian Es- 
tablished 1871. Rev. James K. Hazen, D.D., editor. 
Whittet & Shepperson, proprietors. Subscription 60 
cent* ; claimed circulation 10,000 \ 36 pages. 2 columns; 
length of column* 7 3-4 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per line each insertion ; 
cuts eame price. 

MISSIONARY, Monthly. Presbyterian. Established 
1867, Rev. i. L. Wilson, D.D., editor. Whittet &Shep- 
person, proprietors. Subscription 50 cents: claimed cir- 
culation 5000; 28 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 
71-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil 10 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

SOITTHERtff PL \NTER. Monthly. Agricultural. 
Established 1840. W. C. Knight, editor. T. W. Ormond, 
proprietor, Subscription $1.25; claimed circulation 3COO; 
<>4 pages, 2 columns ; length of columns 7 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time $1.50, 3 times $4, 6 times $7, 1 year $12 ; 1-2 column 
3 months $12, 6 months $25, 1 year $50; 1 column J 
year $80.; .cuts same price. 



222 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & COS& 




arm, Mb anil ^ iraik 



W. V. R. POWIS, Publisher, 

CHICAGO, ILL, 

Has the largest circulation (without exception) of 
any publication in America which inserts adver- 
tisements. Proof of this will be furnished by 
affidavits, and our press-room and books are 
thrown open to any responsible advertiser who 
wishes to make his own investigation. The cir- 
culation covers every part of Nortli America and 
to a limited extent foreign countries^ and is en- 
tirely among families, and largely among farm- 
ers. No other publication has so large or de- 
sirable a clientage among the prosperous and 
well-to-do families who are wide awake and have 
the means to purchase whatever they wish. Adver- 
tising rates : 60 cts. per agate line 14 lines to 
the inch. Forms close 1.5th of each month. 

TRY IT, 

and you will not be disappointed in the returns. 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



WHEELING. 

INTELLIGENCER. Every morning except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Republican. Established 
1852. C. B. Hart, editor. Frew, Campbell & Hart, pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $8, claimed circulation 4100; 
weekly $1, claimed circulation 4300; 4 pages, 8 columns 
(weekly 9 columns); length of columns 24 inches (weekly 
28 inches); width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, daily, each 10 lines 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2.50. 1 
month $6, 3 months $12, 6 months $22, 1 year $37.50; cuts 
same price; E.O.D. 2-3 of daily monthly rates. Weekly 
each 10 lines 1 time $1. 1 month $2.50. 3 months $5, 6 
months $10, 1 year $15. Solid cuts required. 

REGISTER. Every morning, and WEEKLY, Wed- 
nesdays. Independent Democratic. Established 1863. 
John F. Baker, editor. Lewis Baker, proprietor. Sub- 
scription, daily $8, claimed circulation 5100; Sunday &2, 
claimed circulation 15,000; weekly $1.50, claimed circula- 
tion 11,600; 4 pages (Sunday and weekly 8 pages), 8 col- 
umns; length of columns 24 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 
1 week $2.SO, 1 month $6, 3 months $12, 6 months $22, 1 
year $37; 3 inches 3'months $32, 1 year $87; 1-4 column 1 
year $150; 1 column 1 time $13,3 months $170; special 
positions 1-4; cuts and double columns 1-2 extra; Local 



notices 1 time 10 cents, subsequent insertions 7 1-2 cents 
per line. Weekly or Sunday 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month 
$2.50, 3 months $5, 6 months $10, 1 year $15; 3 inches 3 
months $12.50, 1 year $31 ; 1-4 column 3 months $21.50, 
1 year $54; 1 column 1 year $200. Solid curved cuts re- 
quired. 

NEWS-LETTER. Every Sunday. Independent, Es- 
tablished 1878. R. Robertson, editor. Stull & Robert- 
son, proprietors. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 
5600; 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 22 inches, 
width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time 75 cents, 1 month $2, 3 months $6. 6 months $8, 1 
year $12 ; 4 inches 3 months $15, 1 year $30 ; 1 column 1 
year $150; cuts same price; Special positions 10 per cent ; 
Istpage 100 per cent extra. Solid cuts required. 

Best advertising medium iu West Vir- 
ginia. 

SUNDAY LEADER. Independent. Established 1874. 
Ell wood W. Shallcross, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion $2; claimed circulation 3000; 8 page.", 7 columns; 
length of columns 20 1-2 inches, width 2 inches. Ad- 
verlising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 75 cents. 1 montli 
$2.50, 3 months $5, 1 year $15; 3 inches 3 months $15, 1 
year $35; 1 column 1 year $160; cuts same price; Local 
notices 10 cents per line each insertion. 



224 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO:S 




is 



tdest I J3est of Western Weeftttes, 



HAS A. CIKCTJU.A.iriON- OK 1 



OVER 64,000 COPIES PER WEEK 



Mostly in tlie "West and. South. AVith. th.e 
Illustrated. Hand-Boolt costs but 





T A~P A VT? A~D 

LAJA A I JiAn. 



Best medium in the "West for the General Advertiser 
desiring to reach the Rural Districts. 



Are read by the whole people of Cincinnati and the other 
Cities of the Ohio Valley. 

Address THE TIMES-STAR CO., 

L, H. CRALL, 10 Times Building, Cincinnati, 0. 

Eastern Agent 



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225 



WISCONSIN 



MADISON. 

DEMOCRAT. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Independent. Established 1856. 
Democrat Printing Co., editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $10, claimed circulation 3700 ; weekly 
$1.50,claiined circulation 8300: 4 pages (weekly 8 pages), 
7 columns; length of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily 1 inch 1 time 50 
cents, 1 week $1.50. 1 month $3, each additional month 
81; cnts and double columns 10 per cent extra; K.O.D. 
4-5, 2 times a week 2-3, 1 time a week 1-2 of 1 week rate. 
Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $3.50, each additional 
month $1; E.O.W. 2-3 of full time price. Discounts, on 
either paper, $25 and upward. Solid cuts required. 

WISCONSIN STATB JOURNAL. Every evening 
except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Tuesdays. Republican. 
Established, daily 1839, weekly 1852. David Atwood, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily $10, estimated 
circulation 2000 : weekly $1.50, estimated circulation 
3000: daily 4 pages, 7 columns; weekly 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns 22 inches (weekly 20 inches), 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 
inch 1 time 75 cents, 1 week $2, 1 month $4, 3 months $8, 
1 year $15; 2 inches $20; 4 inches $35 for 1 year; cuts same 
price. Weekly, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2, 3 months 
$5, 1 year $15 ; 2 inches $18.50; 4 inches $27.50 ; Daily and 
weekly 1-2 more than daily rates. 

WESTERN FARMER. Every Saturday. Agricult- 
ural. Established 1881. T. D. Plumb & Son, editors 
and proprietors. Subscription $1 50; claimed circulation 
4200; 8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 20 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advert isinsr rates, agate, 10 cents per 
line each insertion, 3 months 41-2 cents, 6 months 3 3-4 
cents, 1 year 2 1-2 cents; cuts same price; Special notices 
20 cents; Local notices 25 cents per line. 

WISCONSIN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION. Month- 
ly. Educational. Graham and Chandler, editors and 
proprietors. Subscription $1; claimed circulation 1900; 
48 pages, 1 column; length of page 7 inches, width 4 inch- 
es. Advertising rates furnished on application to the pub- 
lisher or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 29 Park row, New York. 



MILWAUKEE. 

EVENING WISCONSIN. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Estab- 
lished, daily, 1847, weekly 1836 ; Cramer, Aikens & 
Cramer, editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily $8, 
estimated circulation 6000 ; weekly $1, estimated circula- 
tion 14,000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 20 
inches, width 2 1-G inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
daily, 1 time 10 cents, 1 week 36 cents, 1 month $1, 3 
months $3.24 per line; 1 inch 1 year $100; cuts same 
price ; double column 1-4, triple column 1-2 extra ; out- 
side pages 1-2, special positions 1-4 extra ; Reading no- 
tices double ; Local notices 25 cents per line. Weekly 1 
time 15 cents, 1 month 56 cents, 3 months $1.56, 6 months 
$2.86, 1 year $5 per line; 5th and 8th -pages 1-4, other 
preferred positions 10 to 25 per cent extra ; Reading no- 
tices double ; Local notices 40 cents per line. No extra 
charge in weekly for double column. 

FREIE PRESSE. Every evening except Sunday, 
SONNTAGSBLATT, Sundays, and WISCONSIN BAN- 
NER UNO VOLKSFREUND, Wednesdays. German. 
Independent. Established 1841. Freie Presse Co., edi- 



tors and proprietors. Subscription, daily, with Sunday 
$9. claimed circulation 4000 ; Sunday $2, claimed circu- 
lation 5600 ; weekly $2, claimed circulation 7500 ; 8 
pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 19 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, per 
inch 1 time 60 cents, 1 week $2.16. 1 month $6, 3 months 
$14, 6 months $25, 1 year $50 ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 
2-3 ; 2 times a week 1-2 daily monthly rates. Weekly per 
inch 1 time 90 cents, 3 times $2.70. 1 month $3.36, 3 
months $9.36, 6 months 17.16, 1 year $30. 

HEROLD. Every morning except Sunday, 
YOLKS' MAGAZIN, Sundays, and WEEKLY, Thurs- 
days. German. Independent. Established 1861. Her- 
old Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, daily 
$10, estimated circulation 6000; weekly $2, estimated 
circulation 23,000: daily 4 pages, 10 columns ; weekly 8 
pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 28 inches (weekly 
20 1-4 inches), width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, daily, 7 lines 1 time $1,1 week $3. 1 month $9, 3 
months $18, 6 months $28, 1 year $40. Weekly, 7 lines 

1 time Jl, 1 month $4, 3 months $12, 6 months $20, 1 year 
$40; cuts same price. 

REPUBLICAN-SENTINEL Every morning, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent Republican. Es- 
tablished 1837. Horace Rnblee, editor. Sentinel Co., 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $12, estimated circula- 
tion 8000 ; weekly $1, estimated circulation 14,000 ; 8 
pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 5-8 inches, width 

2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, daily, agate, per inch 1 
time $1.25, 1 week $4.80. 1 month $16,3 months $36,6 
months $60, .1 year $90 ; Special page 1 inch 1 month $18, 

3 months $42.50, 1 year $112 ; 1st page 1 inch 1 month 
$21, 3 months $50, 1 year $140 ; cuts same price ; 
double columns 10 per cent, special positions 25 per cent 
extra ; E. CX D. or 2 times a week, price of same number 
of consecutive insertions ; City Items 12 1-2 cents ; Lo- 
cals 25 cents ; Pure reading 30 cents per line each inser- 
tion. Discounts on 100 lines and over. Sunday per inch 
1 time $1.25, 1 month $4.50, 3 months $13, 6 months $25, 
1 year $45 ; Special pages extra ; Notices same price per 
line as in daily. Weekly per inch 1 time $1.75, 1 month 
$6, 3 months $17, 6 months $32, 1 year $60 ; less than 1 
inch 15 cents per line each insertion ; double columns 
and special positions extra as in daily ; City Items 15 
cents per line ; other notices same as daily. Solid cuts 
required. Eastern office, Sun building, New York, J. C. 
Goodrich, manager. 

SEEBOTE. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. German. Democratic. Estab- 
lished 1851. T. V. Deuster & Co., editors andjproprietors. 
Subscriptipn, daily $10, claimed circulation 2600 ; Week- 
ly $2.50, claimed circulation 12,400 ; 4 pages, 9 columns 
(weekly 10 columns) ; length of columns 25 1-2 inches 
(weekly 27 1-2 inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily, nonpareil, per inch 1 time $1, 1 week $4, 3 
months $17, 6 months $30, 1 year $50 ; cuts same price ; 
Locals 25 cents per line each insertion. Weekly 1 inch 1 
time $1.75, 3 months $16, 6 months $25, 1 year $45. Solid 
cuts required. 

Advt. page 318. 

CATHOLIC CITIZEN.-Every Saturday. Catholic. 
Established 1870. E. A. Bray, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2, claimed circulation 8500 ; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns ; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 2-7 inches. 
Advertising -rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 month $3, 3 months 
$6 ; 4 inches 1 month $8, 3 months $16, 6 months $25 ; 
cuts same price. 



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THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. 




THE CHICAGO DAILY TELEGRAM is the brightest and most 
newsy evening newspaper in the United States. Its low price of only 
ONE CENT has given it a large and increasing circulation in Chicago 
and throughout the United States and Canada. 



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What the Governor of the great State of Illinois "says": 

State of Illinois. Executive 0ffice. 

Spring field j </uly 23 ; 7883. 
W. L. ALLEN, Esq., 

Managing Editor "The Chicago Evening Telegram," Chicago, III. 

<j$ear Sir: 

=/ Jiave leen receiving and reading the 1$aily {( Evening telegram," 
for several months, and J- feel tliat it is only justice for me to say to you 
that c/ regard it very highly as an active, reliable, sprightly, and very 
readable newspaper. <$t condenses the current news in such artistic manner 
that reliable information is easily gleaned from its columns. =/ most heartily 
indorse and commend it to the reading public. 

J- am } very respectfully ; yours, 

John M. Hamilton, 

Governor of the State of Illinois. 



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CHRISTIAN STATESMAN. Every Thursday. Un- 
sectarian. Established 1869. I. L. Hauser & Co., edi- 
tors and proprietors. Subscription $1.50; estimated cir- 
culation 6000 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
20 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Adveitising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2,89, 3 months $8, 6 
months $13.82, 1 year $50 ; 4 inches 1 time $3.38, 1 month 
$9,77, 3 months $27.04, 6 months $46.11, 1 year $t>7.60; 1 
column 1 time $15.61, 1 month $45.11, 3 months $124.88, 
6 months $315.73, 1 year $312.20 ; Reading and Local no- 
tices 50 per ct j nt extra ; cuts inserted at ordinary rates. 

COLUMBIA. Every Thursday. German. Roman 
Catholic. Established 1873. 3. M. A. Schultheis, editor. 
German Catholic Printing Society, proprietors. Alfred 
Steckel, manager. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circula- 
tion 5000 5 8 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 2(1 1-2 
.inches, width 2 1-2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 inch 1 time $1, 1 year $15 ; cuts same price ; Reading 
notices 20 cents ; Local notices 25 cents per line. 

FREIDENKER. Every Sunday. German. Free 

thought. Established 1872. C. Hermann Boppeand Max 
Grossman, editors. Freidenker Publishing Co., proprie- 
tors. Subscription $2.50 ; claimed circulation 4900 ; 8 
pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 16 inches, width 2 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil. 10 lines 1 time $1, 

1 month $2.50, 3 months $4, 6 months $7, 1 year $10 ; 

2 inches $18. 6 inches $48 ; 1 year 1 column 1 time $10, 
8 months $65, 1 year $1.50; cuts same price. 

GEBMANIA. Every Wednesday. German. Inde- 
pendent. Established 1873. Geo. Keoppen, editor. Geo, 
Brumder, publisher. Subscription $2 ; sworn circula- 
tion 50,000 ; 8 pastes, 8 columns ; length of columns 22 
Inches, width 2 1-16 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
less than 8 months $1.80 per inch each insertion, 3 to 6 
months $1.50, 6 to 12 months $1.20, 1 year $1 per inch 
each insertion ; cuts gume price ; Reading notices 85 
cents per line each insertion. 

PECK'S SUN. Every Saturday. Humorous. Es- 
tablished 1873. Geo. W. Peck, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 80,000 ; 8 pages, 



7 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, 50 cents per line each 
insertion; cuts i-ame price ; nothing counted less than 
3 lines ; Business notices, minion, 75 cents ; Reading 
notices, leaded bruvier, $1.20 (if on any specified page 
$1.75) per line each insertion. A. F. Richardson, 65 Trib- 
une building, New York, Eastern agent. 
Advt. page 176. 

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH. Independent. Established 
1878. Calkins & Watrous, editors and proprietors. Sub- 
scription $2 ; estimated circulation 6500 ; 8 pHges, 7 col- 
umns ; length of columns 20 3-4 inches, width 21-7 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 week $1, 
1 month $a.60, 3 months $8, 6 months $15, 1 year $20 ; 
cuts same price ; Editorial notices 25 cents per line ; Lo- 
cal items 20 cents. 

YOUNG CHURCHMAN.-Every Thursday. Episcopal. 
Established 1870. L. H. Murehouse, editor and propri- 
etor. Subscription 80 cents ; claimed circulation 6000^4 
pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 16 inches, width 2 1-4 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, per inch 1 time $2, 

1 month $6 ; cuts not inserted. Also issues a monthly 
edition ; circulation 18,500, in which all weekly advertise- 
ments appear. 

ACKER UND GARTENBAU ZEITUNG.-lst and 10th 
of each month, German. Agricultural. Established 1870. 
R. A. Koss, editor. W. W. Coleman, publisher. Sub- 
scription $1.25; estimated circulation 24,000 ; 16 pages, 4 
columns ; length of columns 12 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 time 20 cents, 12 times or 
longer 18 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price. 

UNITED STATES MILLER. 1st of each month. 
Milling. Established 1S76. E. Harrison Cawker, editor 
and proprietor. Subscription $1 ; sworn circulation 5000; 
16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 16 inches, width 

2 3-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, $1,25 per inch, 
each insertion ; cuts same price. 



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INDEPENDENT STATESMAN. 

(Established 18 23 Circulation 95OO.) 

THE STATESMAN is a large eight-page paper is the only Republican (weekly) paper at the capital is the organ of the 
party for the whole State and circulates largely in every town within its limits. It is the official State paper. Its 
circulation is greater than that of any other political publication in this part of New England. Therefore, it is exceed- 
ingly valuable as an advertising medium. 



ALSO, 

CONCORD DAILY MONITOR. 

(The only Daily at the Capital Established in 1864.) 

A 32-column four-page Republican paper three editions daily : morning, afternoon, and evening with a large 
and rapidly increasing circulation. 

The above two papers combined make by far the most valuable advertising medium in this portion of New 
England. 

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THE CHICAGO LEDGER. 

THE OLDEST STORY PAPER PUBLISHED 111 THE WEST. 



ESTABLISHED IN 1873. 



WEEKLY CIRCULATION OVER 10,000 COPIES. 



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Advertisements. 

ADVERTISINGS RATES. 

Advertising Matter. Reading Matter. 

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ONE MONTH per line 36 S4 

THREE M ONTHS-per line 96 114 

SIX MONTHS per line 1 75 G 23 

NINE MONTHS per line 2 ZB 339 

TWELVE MONTHS per line , 2 BO 375 

Advertisements are measured by Agate lines, 14 lines to the inch. Reading Matter measured by Minion lines, 10 
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DAKOTA 



FARGO. 

REPUBLICAN. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Republican. Established 1878. 
I. B. Hall, editor. Fargo Republican Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $9; claimed circulation 850; weekly 
$2, claimed circulation 2600 ; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages), 7 
columns; length of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, per inch 
1 time $ 1.50, subsequent insertions 50 cents ; per 
month $5 ; cuts same price ; Special positions 1-4 extra : 
Local notices 15 cents per line per time. Weekly 1-2 of 
daily monthly rates. 



HURON. 

DAKOTA HURONITE. Every Thursday. Repub- 
lican. Established 1880. Augustine Davis, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2 ; sworn circulation 1625 ; 4 
pages, 9 columns ; length of columns 26 inches, width 



2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, same as Da- 
kota Farmer. 

The leading weekly paper of Central Da- 
kota. 

Advl. page 302. 

DAKOTA FARMER. Monthly. Agricultural. Es- 
tablished 1882. W. H. Boothroyd, editor. Davis & 
Bushnell, proprietors. Subscription $1 ; claimed circula- 
tion 5000; 20 pages, 3 columns; length of columns 10 
inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
per year 1 inch $7, 2 inches $12, 3 inches $16, 1-4 column 
$25, 1-2 column $45, 1 column $70 ; transient advertise- 
ments $1 per inch each insertion ; cuts same price ; No- 
tices 25 to 50 per cent extra. 

Tlie only Agricultural Paper In South 
Dakota. Excellent advertising medium. 
Advt. page 302. 



MONTANA 



HELENA. 

INDEPENDENT. Every morning except Monday, 
and WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Democratic. Established 
1867 Q. C. Swallow, editor. Independent Publishing 
Co , proprietors. Subscription, daily $12 ; claimed circu- 
lation 700 ; weekly $3, claimed circulation 2500 ; 8 pages, 



6 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, width 2 2-5 
Inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time 



$10, 3 months $15, 6 months $20, 1 year $30 ; 3 inches $75, 
6 inches $140 1 year. 



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A NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL PAPER, 

The American Grange Bulletin 

A large eight-page 48-column weekly farmers' paper, nine years old, circulated in every State in tlie Union and 
Panada. Representing over 1,000,000 of the most intelligent and progressive farmers and their families, in their 
Granges Fanners' Clubs, and other organizations. It contain* carefully conducted department* of the Farm, Horti- 
culture Live Stock, Poultry, Bees, Farmers' Club and Household. A. pure, hiijh-toned paper in every reaimct. 














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A farm paper for farmers' children ; an oight-page monthly supplement to THE AMERICAN GRANGE BULLETIN, and 
going free to all its subscribers. The children's paper has an independent circulation of about 2500 copies. The 
price of both papers combined is $1.60 per year. OUR LITTLE GRANGERS, alone, 50 cents a year. 

TCO BETTER ADVERTISING MEDIUM 

can be found than these two popular Farmers 1 Papers. Only selected advertisements solicited or accepted. No " Bit- 



have the names of the officers of all Granges in the United States and Canada (lists alone 83, 001) names) besides those of 
Farmers' Clubs and other Agricultural Organizations. All the-e receive " sample" copies several times during a year. 
\Ve guarantee to place a yearly advertisement into at least 1OO,OOO different fanners' homes. 

ADVERTISING RATES FOR AMERICAN GRANGE BULLETIN. 

1 to 10 issues, 16% cents per line $2.00 per inch. 

10 to 2li " U% " " 1-75 

Over 26 " 12^ 1.50 

Rates for OUR LITTLE GRANGER, $2 per inch. 

The BULLETIN is now running a large EXPERIMENTAL FARM at Middlehush, Somerset, C'>., New Jersey. 
Send for sample copies of the papers, and give ns a trial. We have editorial rooms and offices in. both Cincinnati and 
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UTAH 



SALT LAKE; CITY. 



DESERET NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, 
and SEMI-WEEKLY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Mormon. 
Established 1850. C. W. Penrose, editor. Deseret News 
Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $10, claimed cir- 
culation 1096 ; semi-weekly $4, claimed circulation 
5160 ; 4 pages. 8 columns ; length of columns 24 inches 
(semi-weekly 26 inches), width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, brevier, 1 inch 1 time $2, 1 week $4.50, 1 month 
$10, 3 months $20, 1 year $50; 2 inches 1 year $74, 4 
inches $115 ; cuts same price ; Special notices, first inser- 
tion 25 cents, subsequent insertions 10 rents -per line. 
Scini-wcckly rates same as daily. Also issue a weekly 
edition. 



TRIBUNE. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent. Established 1870. 
Tribune Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription, 
daily $12, claimed circulation 4600 ; weekly $3, claimed 
circulation 4800 ; 4 pages (weekly 6 pages), 10 columns ; 
length of columns 20 inches, width 2 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates furnished on application to tlie publishers, or 
Jno. P. Phillips & Co., 29 Park Row, New York. 

UTAH CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Monthly. Meth- 
odist, Episcopal. Established 1876. P. C. Ilif and M. 
Nelson, editors. T. W. Lincoln and G. M. Jeffrey, pub- 
lishers. Subscription 75 cents ; claimed circulation 
1500 ; 8 pages, 5 columns ; length of column 18 1-2 inches, 
width 2 7-16 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 
1 time $1, 1 year $12 ; 2 inches 1 time $1.50 ; 1-2 column 
1 time $3, 1 year $35 ; cuts same price. 



WYOMING 



CHEYENNE. 

LEADER. Every morning except Monday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Independent Democratic. J. 
B. Morrow, editor inrt proprietor. Subscription, daily 
$10, estimated circulation 901) ; weekly $2.50, estimated 
circulation HOO; daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly 12 
pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 23 1-2 inches 
(weekly 19 inches), width 218 inches. Advertising rates. 
dailv, nonpareil. 1 inch 1 month $2, 3 inches $4.80, 10 



inches $12; 1 column 1 year f 200 ; cuts same price. 
Weekly, 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $2.50, 3 months $5, 
6 months $8. 1 year $12 ; 1 column 1 time $10, 1 year 
$150 ; Local notices 1 time, 10 cents, subsequent in- 
sertions 5 cent:; per line. 

Cheyenne lias now a population of over 
60OO. The Leader is the pioneer paper of 
Wyoming Territory. 

Advt. page 272. 



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THE LEADING IRISH-AMERICAN PAPER OF AMERICA. 



THE REPUBLIC is now in its third year, and is weekly adding new improvements to its 
columns and new subscribers to it,s lists. Its Irish news and correspondence are of tlie fullest 
character; its editorials crisp and bright; its political articles Democratic and tellino; ; its labor 
columns full of information for the worlungman, of whom it is itself a devoted champion ; its 
literary tone is high, and its Catholic and religious information the most complete, 



OF THE 

"THE REPUBLIC has sprung to the front as the organ of the Irish-American portion of the community." 
Boston Daily Globe. 

' THE REPUBLIC is now one of the largest and most popular Irish-American papers pnbli;-hed." New Orleans 
Morning Star. 

" The success of THE REPUBLIC has been wonderful from the first number. It began in the front rank, and has 
ably maintained its position." Connecticut Catholic. 

'.' THE REPUBLIC is a bright and well-conducted Irish-American paper." Boston Journal. 

'For the sake of the Irish people we wish that there were in the United States twenty more newspapers as good 
as the Boston REPUBLIC." Brooklyn Catholic Examiner. 



%3JT Send yoiir advertisements direct to us, or instruct your Advertising 
Agent to include this paper in the Hat of papers in r ivhich you wish, your 
advertisements to appear. 

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PUBLISHED BY THE 

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CHICAGO, ILL. 



Only Jewish Paper Issued in Chicago. 



THE OCCIDENT, a Jewish Republican paper, now in its tenth year, is devoted to 
Literature, Science, Art, and General News. It has an extensive circulation 
throughout the Northwest among the Jewish mercantile population, and will 
therefore prove to be a valuable* advertising medium. 

Teirins, $3 a year. Advertisements inserted at $4 per square (ten lines 
Nonpareil), per month. Discounts on yearly contracts. 



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CANADA 



MANITOBA. WINNIPEG. 

NORTH-WEST FARMER AND MANITOBA MIL- 
LER. Monthly. Agricultural and gram trade. Estab- 
h-lied 1882. Win. Clark, editor. Lud. K. Cameron, pub- 
lisher. Subscription $1 ; claimed circulation 5000; 36 
passes, 4 columns ; length of columns 12 inches, width 2 
1-4 inches. Advertising rates, per nonpareil line each 



insertion 15 cents, 3 months 50 cents, 6 months 80 cents, 
1 year $1.80 ; cuts same price; Special positions 35 per- 
cent extra ; Reading notices 1-2 more. 

The only journal in the Canadian Nortli- 
\vest devoted exclusively lo tlie farming 
and grain interests.- 

Advt. page 358. 



NEW BRUNSWICK. 



FREDERICTON. 

EVENING CAPITAL. Every Tuesday, Thursday 
and Saturday, and WEEKLY, Wednesday*. Conserva- 
tive. Established 1880. H. A. Cropley, editor and pro- 
prietor. Subscription tri-weekly $3, estimated circulation 
1500: weekly $1, estimated circulation 1500 ; 4 pages, 7 
columns (weekly 9 columns) ; length of columns 22 
inches (weekly 20 inches), width 2 1-4 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, made known on application to the publishers. 
or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., advertising agents, 29 Park 
Row, New York. 

Advt. page 348. 

ST. JOHN. 

GLOBE. Every evening except Sunday, and WEEK- 
LY, Wednesdays Liberal. Established 1861. John V. 
Ellis, editor. Ellis, Robertson & Co., proprietors. Sub- 
scription, daily $5 ; claimed circulation 4000 ; weekly 
$1, claimed circulation 1000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length 
of columns 25 indies, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, daily, per inch 1 time $1, 1 week $2.25, 
1 month *5. 3 months 10, 1 year 25 ; 6 inches 1 year 
$135 ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 25 per cent off; Read- 
ing notices first, 15 cents per line ; subsequent insertions 
:.'iiis. Weekly, 1 inch 1 time 60 cents. 1 month $1.50, 
3 months $4, 1 year $10 ; 4 inches 1 year $35 ; Reading 



notices, first, 9 cents ; subsequent insertions 3 cents per 
line. Solid cuts required. 

TELEGRAPH. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Established, dnily 1369. weekly 
1862. Win. Elder, editor and proprietor. Subscription, 
daily $5, estimated circulation 500(1; weekly $1, estimated 
circulation 8000 ; daily 4 pages 8 columns ; weekly 8 
pages 6 columns ; length of columns 20 inches (weekly 
20 inches), width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, daily per inch 1 time $1, 1 month $6, 3 months 
$15, 6 months $25, 1 year $40 ; 1 inch E. O. D. 1 month 
$4.50, 3 mouths $10, 1 year $25 ; 2 times a week 1 month 
$3.75, 1 year $20; cuts same price; Business notices 

5 lines or over 1 time 10 cents, 1 month $1, 1 year $6 50 
per line. Weekly 1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $4, 3 months 
$9, 1 year $25 ; Business notices 1 time 20 cents, 3 months 
$1.50, 1 year $4.25 per line. 

CHRISTIAN VISITOR. Every Wednesday. Baptist. 
Established 1847. Rev. E. S. Hopper, D.D., editor. Weeks 

6 Powers, proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed circu- 
lation 50 JO ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 19 
inches, vyidth 3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 month $4, 3 months f6.50, 6 months 
$9, 1 year $12; 2 inche.- 20, 3 inches $28, 1 column $100 
1 jear ; cuts same price. 



NOVA SCOTIA 



HALIFAX. 

ACADIAN RECORDER. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Liberal. Established 1813. Blackadar Bros., edi- 
tors and proprietors. Subscription $5 ; claimed circu- 
lation 4000 ; 4 pages, 7 columns; length of columns 
23 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
1 inch 1 time 75 cents, 2 times $1 10, 1 week $2, 1 month 
$6, 3 months 11.35, months $16.65. 1 year $25 ; 2 inches 
$40, 4 inches $66 1 year ; cuts same price. 

MORNING CHRONICLE. Every morning except 
Sunday, and NOVA SfOTlAN, Saturdays. Established, 
daily 1865; weekly 1820. Charles Annand, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription, daily $0, es-timated circulation 
3500 ; weekly $1, estimated circulation 2500 ; dully 4 
pages, 8 columns ; weekly 8 pages. 5 columns ; length of 
columns 24 1-2 inches (weekly 19 1-2 inches), width 2 1-12 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, each insertion, 
daily 1 month 50 cents per line, 3 months $1.25, 6 months 
2, 1 year $350 ; E. O. 1). 3 months 75 cents, 6 months 
$1 35, 1-year $2.25 ; 2 times per week 3 months 60 cents, 
6 months '.10 cents, 1 year $1.00 ; once a week 3 months 
35 cents, months 60 cents, 1 year $1; Business cards 
8 lines every day 1 month S4. 3 moi.ths $8, 6 months $15, 
1 year $22.50 ; Transient advertisements $1 per inch i.rst 



insertion ; special notices 25 per cent additional ; Locnl 
notices 15 cents per line first time, subsequent insertions 
10 cents ; daily and weekly one and one-half rates. Cuts 
same price. 

CHRISTIAN MESSENGER. Every Wednesday. Bap- 
tist. Established 1837. Stephen Selden, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 3COO ; 
8 pages, 6 columns; length of columns 18 inches, width 
2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time $1, 1 month $1.75, 3 months $3, 6 months ,5, 1 
year $8 ; cuts same price ; Reading notices 1-2 more. 

NEW ERA. Every eaturday. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1S79. John \V. Watt, manager. Subscription 
$1.50 ; estimated circulation 4000; 4 pages, 9 columns; 
length of columns 24 1-2 inches, width 2 inches. Adver- 
tising rates made known on application to the publisher, 
or Jno. F. Ihillips & Co., 29 Park row, New York. 

WESLEYAN. Every Friday. Methodist. Established 
1848. Rev. T. Watson Smith, editor. Rev. S. F. 
Huestis, publisher. Subscription $2 ; claimed circulation 
2800 ; 8 pages, (j columns : length of columns 18 inches, 
vyidlh 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 
time $1, 1 month $1.75, 3 months $3, 6 months $5, 1 year 
$8 ; cuts same price ; Reading notices 1-2 inoie. 



234 JNO. F. PHILLIPS dk CO.'S 




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HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY FAMILY JOURNAL IN THE WEST 



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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BY 

The Chicago World Publishing Company, 

Having a Staff of Writers of Ability, and over Two Hundred and Eight regular cor- 
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Twelve Months, $5. Single Copies, Ten Cents. 

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ONTARIO. 



Itl'M.I X t I.I I . 

INTELLIGENCER. Every evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Conservative. Establis-hed 
1834. K. S. Bell, editor. J. O. Jamlewn. proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $5, estimated circulation 1500 ; 
weekly $1, estimated circulation 3000; 4 pages (weekly 
8 pages), 7 columns ; length of columns 21 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, minion, daily, 10 cents 
per line first time and 4 cents thereafter; 10 lines 3 
months $6, 6 months $10, 1 year $16; cuts same price. 
Weekly same rates as daily. 



BRANTFORD. 

EXPOSITOR. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Liberal. Established, daily 1874, 
weekly 1852. Wm. Watt, Jr., editor. Watt & Shenstpn, 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $5. claimed circulation 
600; weekly $1.50, claimed circulation 2500 ; 4 pages 
(weekly 8 pages), 7 columns; length of columns 21 inches, 
width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, weekly, nonpa- 
reil, 8 cents per line first, subsequent insertions 2 centx ; 
1 inch 3 months $3, 1 year $7.50 ; 3 inches 3 months $7, 
1 year $15 ; 1 column 1 year $75 ; cuts same price ; 
Special notices in cents tirst, subsequent insertions 5 
cents per line. Daily rates same as in weekly. 



GUKL-PH. 

MERCURY AND ADVERTISER. Every evening ex- 
cept Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Established, 
daily 1867, weekly 1853. Innes & Davidson, editors and 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $4, e-timated circulation 
14(10; weekly $1 50, estimated circulation 4000 ; daily 4 
pages, 7 columns ; weekly 8 pages S columns ; length of 
columns 21 1-2 inches (weekly 23 1-4 inches), width 2 1-8 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 7 cents per 
line first, time, and 2 cents afterwards. Weekly, 10 
cents per line first time and 3 cents afterwards ; 2 cents 
per line each insertion for 3 months or more ; cuts same 
price. 

HAMILTON. 

EVENING TIMES. Every evening except Sunday, 
and TIMES, Thursdays. Reform. Established 1857. H. 
F. Gardiner, editor. Times Printing Co., proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $6, claimed circulation 7700; weekly 
$1 50, claimed circulation 7000; 4 p^ges (weekly 8 
pages), 9 columns; length of columns 25 inches, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily, 1 time 
10 cents per line, 1 week 35 cents, 1 month 65 cents, 3 
months $1.25, (i months $2, 1 year $3 ; less than 10 lines 
charged as 10 lines ; cuts same price. vVeekly, 10 lines 
or less 1 time $1, 1 month $2.80, 3 months $6.20, 6 
months $10, 1 year $16 66. Solid cuts required. 

SPECTATOR. Every morning and evening except 
Sunday, and WJSEKLY, Thursdays. Conservative. Es- 
tablished 1846. A. T. Fieed, ediior. Sontham & Carey, 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $6 ; claimed circulation 
6800 ; weekly $1 ; claimed circulation 8570 ; 4 pages, 
9 columns ; length of columns 25 inches (weekly 30 
inches), width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, per line, first 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 
cents, 1 month 65 cents, 3 months $1.25, 6 months $2, 1 
year $3. E. O. D. 3-4 daily monthly rates ; Reading 
notices (nothing less than 10 lines) 15 cents per line each 
insertion. Weekly, per line 1 time 10 cents, 1 month 
28 cents, 3 months 75 cents, 6 months $1.25, 1 year $2. 
Cuts same price. 



CANADA CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Every Wednes 
day. Methodist Episcopal. Established 1844. Rev. 
William I irrilte, editor. Rev, S. G. Stone, proprietor. 
Subscription $150; claimed circulation 3000; 8 pages, 
5 columns ; length of columns 18 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 1-8 column 3 
months $8, 6 months $12, 1 year $20: 1-4 column 3 
months $12, 6 months $20, 1 year $35; 1 column 1 year 
$100 ; cuts same price. 



KINGSTON. 

BRITISH WHIG. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Thursdays. Liberal. Established' 1834. E. 
J. li. Pense, publisher. Subscription, daily $6, claimed 
circulation 1000 ; weekly $1, claimed circulation 2000 ; 
daily 4 pages, 8 columns, weekly 8 pages. 6 columns ; 
length of columns, daily 24 inches, weekly 20 inches, 
width 2 inches Advertising rates, nonpareil, per line 
first insertion in either daily or weekly )0 cents, t-ubse- 
qnent insertions 5 cents : per line daily 3 months 40 rente, 
6 months 70 cents, 1 year $1.20 ; cuts f-ame price. Week- 
ly 1-2 rates of daily. Solid cuts required. 

Oldest dally In Canada. Just celebrated 
itM scmi-cciilemtlal; goes into 140O out of" 
260O houses In Kingston, highest average 
lu Province. A splendid office, best equip- 
ped in Eastern Ontario. 

NEWS. Every evening except Sunday, and CHRON- 
ICLE AND NEWS, Thu -sclays. Conservative. Estab- 
lished 1810. Lewis W. Shannon, editor and proprittor. 
Subscription, daily $5, claimed circulation 1500; weekly 
$ I. claimed circulation 1750; 4 pages (weekly 6 pages), 8 
columns ; length of columns 24 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, per line 1 lime 10 
cents,! week !>0 cents, :} months 40 cents. 6 months 70 
cents, 1 ye >r $1.20 ; cuts same price. Weekly per line 3 
months 20 cents. 6 months 35 rents, 1 year 60 cents. 

Best advertising medium lu Central Can- 
ada. 

LONDON. 

ADVERTISER. Every morning and evening except 
Sunday, and VVK8TKRN ADVERTISER, Fridays. Lio- 
eral. Established 1863. Hon. D ivid Mills editor. Win. 
Cameron & Co., proprietors. Subscription, daily $5. 
sworn circulation 7000 ; weekly $1, sworn circulation 28,- 
125; 8 pages. 8 columns; length of columns 21 1-2 inches, 
width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising raies, daily, nonpareil, 
10 lines 1 time $1, 1 week $3.50, 1 month $7,3 months 
$15, months $24, 1 year $.16 ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 
2-3, 2 times a week 12, 1 time a week 1-3 daily monthly 
rates ; Special positions 25 to 100 par cent extra ; Head- 
ing iiotices 1-2 extra. Weekly 15 cents per line i-ach in- 
sertion; 9 times $1.20, 3 months $1.60, 6 months $2.85, 1 
year $4.50 per line. Solid cuts required. 

On the 1st of Feb. 1884 tills paper will 
be printed on a new Bullock Press, made 
from entirely new patterns, to print, patc 
and fold 2O,OOO coplrs per hour. Most 
perlect press yet Invented. Circulation 
sworn lo, showing exact Issue for liliy- 
two consecutive \veeks ending 1st Jan., 
1884. 

Advt. page 324. 

FREE PRESS. Every morning and evening except Sun- 
day and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Established, daily 185!), 
weekly 1847. Free Prc.*s Panting Co., editors and propri- 
etor*. Subscription, daily $6, estimated circulation tiOOO: 
weekly $1.25, estimated circulation 10,000 , 8 pages, ti 



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Chicago Express 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 



1823. 



HAS AN AVERAGE CIRCULATION THROUGHOUT THE YEAR 

OF 



In Presidential Years this figure is more than doubled. In 
I88O the average obtained was 84,OOO. 



As an advertising medium for general purposes, 
THE EXPRESS takes the lead over all other 
papers. Being well and carefully printed through- 
out, every advertisement, display or otherwise, 
inserted in its pages, shows up clearly and dis- 
tinctly. This is a matter of very considerable 
importance to advertisers. Another feature which 
makes THE EXPRESS a favorite with advertisers 
is its liberal rates, way below other publications of 
a like circulation. 

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columns (weekly 7 columns); length of columns, daily 20 
inches, weekly 23 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, daily, nonpareil, 10 Ihiesjl week $3 5i>, 1 mouth'$7. 3 
months $15- " months $24, 1 year $36 ; E. O. D. 1 month 
S">, 3 months $9, 6 months $15, 1 year $24 ; 2 times a 
week 3 months $8. 6 months $12,1 year $18: 1 time a 
week 3 months $t>, 6 months $9, 1 year $12 ; 1000 lines 
within 1 year 4 cents per line, 4000 lines or more 2 1-2 
cents per lino ; cuts mnu; price; special positions 25 to 
100 per cent extra. Weekly per line 1 time 10 cents, 3 
months 7 cents, 1 Jyear 5 cents each insertion ; Local no- 
tice?, first insertion 15 cents ; subsequent insertions 10 
cents per line. 

TELEGRAPH-HERALD. Every evening except Sun 
dav. and WEEKLY, Fridays. Established 1851. Sub- 
scription $3, estimated circulation 1800 ; weekly $1, e-tl- 
mated circulation 1(000; daily 4 pages, 8 columns, weekly 
8 pages, (3 columns ; length of columns, daily 22 1-2 inches, 
weekly 20 1-2 inches, width 218 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, daily. 10 lines 1 time $1, 3 months $10, 6 
months 15, 1 year $20 ; 1 column (i mouths $150. 1 year 
250. Weekly alone 3-4 of daily rates. Daily and week- 
ly 50 per cent more than daily rates ; cuts same price. 

CATHOLIC RECORD. Every Saturday. Catholic E-- 
tabli-hed 1878. Rev. John P. Coffey, editor. Tin s. Coffey, 
proprietor. Subscription 2 ; claimed circulation 80CO : 8 
pages, columns; length of columns 20 inches, width 
t 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 4 cents per 
line ; special positions 5 cents per line each in-ertion ; 
cuts same price; Reading notices 6 cents per line each in- 
sertion. 

FARMERS' ADVOCATE AND HOME MAGAZINE. 

Montnly. Agricultural. Established I8(i4. William 
\Veld. editor and proprietor. Subscription $1 ; sworn 
circulation 20,000 ; 30 pasres, 3 columns ; length of col- 
umns 10 inches, width 2 2-7 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, per lino each insertion 25 cents. 6 lines 
3 months $1, 1 yciar $15 ; 12 lines 1 year $28 50, 24 lines 
1 year $48 ; cuts same price. Solid cuts required. 



OTTAWA. 

FREE PRESS.-- -Every evening except Sunday, and 
SEMI-WEEKLY, Mondays and Thursdays. Liberal. 
Established 1S6W. C. W. Mitchell, editor and proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $0, estimated circulation 5000 : semi- 
weekly #1, estimated circulation 7000:4 pages (Saiur- 
days 8 pages), 8 columns ; length of columns 23 inches, 
width 2 inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, tirst 
insertion 10 cents per line, subsequent insertions 5 cents; 
1 mouth 65 cents, 3 months $1.25, 1 year $3 ; E. O. D. 1 
month 50 cents per line ; 1 year $2; Reading notices 10 
cents* per line each insertion. Semi-weekly per line 
tirst insertion 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 cents, 3 
months 65 cents, 6 months $1,1 year $1.75; cuts same 
price. 

CANADIAN HORTICULTURIST. Monthly. Horti- 
cultural. Established lJS78. D. W. Beadle, editor. Fruit 
Growers' Association of Ontario, publishers. Subscrip- 
tion $1 ; claimed circulation 2600 : 21 pages. 2 columns ; 
length of columns 6 1-2 incites, width 2 1-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonparei 1 , 10 cents per line each inser- 
tion ; 1 !S column 1 year $5, 1-4 column 3 months $3.7">, 6 
months 5.75. 1 year .7.50 ; 1-2 column 1 year $14 ; 1 col- 
umn $22.50 ; cuts tame piice. 



TORONTO. 

EVENING CANADIAN. Every evening except Sun- 
day, and IRISH CANADIAN. Thursdays. Irish Catho- 
lic. Established ISiil. Patrick Boyle, editor. Toronto 
Printing Co. .proprietors. Subscription, daily $3, claimed 
circulation 5200; weekly $1. claimed circulation 12,370 ; 
daily 4 pages, 8 columns: weekly 8 p:tges, 7 columns; 
length of columns 20 inches, width 2 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, daily, nonpareil, per line each insertion 5 cents, 




rxllllt; \n IV_^. l}|,/CV,*al HVJLlVjUO i^fj pel V^Clll , XfcGBUlV|g UV.IIVC 

10!) per c-;nt extra. City news column 20 cents per line. 
Weekly 1 time 10 cents, 3 mouths 75 cents, 6 months 
$1.25. 1 year $2 per line. 

EVENING TELEGRAM. Every evening except Pun- 
day. Independent. Established 187(>. J. Ross Robert- 
son, editor and proprietor. Subscription {5; sworn cir- 



culation 15,532 ; 4 pages, 8 columns; length of columns 
22 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, ordinary, 6 cents ; paraeraphs in nonpareil, 15 cents 
reading type 25 cents per line each insertion : ordinary, 
1 month $1.25, 3 months $2.75, 6 months $4.50, 1 year 
$7.50 per line. E.O.D. GO per cent daily monthly rates. 
No advertisement or notice charged less than 10 lines. 
No extra charge for cuts. Solid cuts required. 
Advt. page 202. 

GLOBE. Every morning and evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Fridays. Reform. Established 1844. 
Jnhn Cameron, editor and general manager. Globe 
Printing Co., proprietors. C. W. Taylor, secretary. Sub- 
scription, daily $7 ; estimated circulation 23,' 00 ; weekly 
$1, estimated circulation 46,000 ; 8 to 16 pages, 6 col- 
umns ; length of columns 20 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inch- 
es. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 15 cents per line ; 
3 montns $7.50, 6 months $12.50, 1 year $23.50. E. O. D. 3 
months $440, 1 year $1250 per line ; 2 times a week 3 
months $3.10. 6 months $5. 1 year $9.40 per line ; 1 lime 
a week 8 months $1.55. 6 months $2 80, 1 year $5 per line; 
cuts same price; Special notices 17 1-2 cents; Reading 
matter notices 35 cents per line per time ; Yearly con- 
tracts for special notices 1-4 extra; news items double 
rates. Weekly, 25 cents per line per time. 5 limes $1, 
9 times $1.70. 3 mouths $2.40, (i months $4.30, 1 jeur $8; 
less than 10 linos chnrged as 10 in euher paper. 
Aclvt. page 164. 

MAIL. Every morning and evening except Sunday, 
and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Conservative. Established 
1872. C. W. Bunting, editor. The Mail Printing Co . 
proprietors. Subscription, daily $7. claimed circulation 
22.000; weekly $1, sworn circulation 82,800 ; 8 pages. 7 
columns; length of columns 212-3 inches, width 23-16 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonnareil, 15 cents per 
line each insertion ; 3 months $7. 50, ti months $12.50,1 
year $22,50 per line ; E. O. D. 3 months $4.50,6 mouths 
$7.50, 1 year $12.50 per line ; 2 times a week 3 months 
$3.10. 6 months $5, 1 year $9.50 per line ; 1 time a w eek 3 
months $1.60, 6 ^months $3,1 year $5 per line; Special 
notices on last page 1-4, 1st page 60 per cent, paragraph 
among reading matter 100 per cent more than ordinary 
rates; condensed advertisements 20 words or le-s 3 
months $30, 1 year $80; no extra charge for cuts; less 
than 10 lines charged as 10. Weekly per line each time 
50 cents, 5 times $2, 9 times $3.50, 3 months $4 50, 6 
months $8, 1 year $15 ; paragraphs among reading mat- 
ter double. Solid cuts required. 

The paper lu one edition oftlie WEEKLY 
MAIL if placed end to end would cover a 
space two feet wide and NINET1T-THREK 
MILES in length. Tlie MAIL is tlie lead* 
aper of Canada. 



MORNING NEWS. Every morning except Sunday, 
and EVENING NEWS, every evening except Sunday. 
Democratic. Established 1831. Kdmuiid E. Shepnard, 
editor and proprietor. Subscription, morning $4, sworn 
circulation 5200 ; evening $3, sworn circula'ion 14,313 ; 4 
pages (Saturday 8 pages), 8 columns : length of column < 
22 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
10 cents per line each insertion ; perliiic 3 months $3.50, 6 
months $5.M), 1 year $9; E. O. D. 3 mouths $.5, ti 
months $3 50, 1 year $5.50 per line: 2 times a week 3 
months gl.60. 6 months $2 50, 1 year $< : 1 tlni'j a week 3 
months $1, 6 months $1.60, 1 year $2 50: advertisements 
less than 10 lines charged for 10 ; cuts same price; para- 
graphs arnongreading 20 cents per line ;ccndensid adver- 
tisements per line 1 .year $1.75; E.O.D. $1; 2 times a 
week 75 cents. Solid cuts required. 

Tlie only democratic paper in Canada ; 
is read more by young men tliau anj 
oilier Canadian paper. 

Advt.par/e 380. 

WORLD. Every morninsr except Sunday. Independ- 
ent Liberal. Established 1880. Subscription $3; esti- 
mated circulation 7000 : 4 pages. 7 columns ; length of 
columns 20 3-8 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, 8 cents per line each insertion ; special 
rates for long time and special positions; no extra 
charge for cuts. 

CANADA PRESBYTERIAN. Every Wednesday. 
Presbyterian. Established 1872. C Blackctt Robinson, 
editor and publisher. Subscription $2 : estimated circu- 
lation 11,000; 16 pages, 4 columns; length of columns 
12 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates. 
nonpareil, under 3 months 10 cents per line each ii.- 



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reputation and influence; with a very large circulation among the intelligent and enter- 
prising classes, renders it the most valuable medium for advertising in the West. The 
Commercial Gazette is the only Republican paper published in Cincinnati. Experienced 
advertisers understand that the character of the subscribers to a newspaper is a very 
important element in its value as an advertising medium; they know also, that not only is 
circulation essential, but circulation among those who have means to buy the goods ad- 
vertised. The Commercial Gazette has three editions: Daily, Weekly, and Semi-Weekly. 
The Daily is issued every day and is supplied to agents and carriers in all the cities and 
towns in the Mississippi Valley by the early morning express. The Weekly edition is the 
most widely circulated family and agricultural paper in the West, and has over 3000 club 
agents in the United States. 



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sertion ; 3 months $1 per rine, 6 months $1-50, 1 year 
$3.50 per line ; no advertisement taken for less than the 
price of 5 lines. 

CANADIAN BAPTIST. Every Thursday. Baptist. 
Established 1855. Rev. E. W. Dadson, B. A., editor. 
Standard Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 : 
claimed circulation 6000 ; 8 pages, 6 column* ; length of 
columns 19 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates', 
nonpareil, per line 1 time 12 cents, 1 month 40 cents, 9 
times TO cents, 3 months 83 cents, 6 months $1.50, 1 year 
2.50 ; cuts same price. 

CANADIAN SPORTSMAN AND LIVE STOCK 
JOURNAL. Every Friday. Sporting. E^at.lished 1874. 
E. KingDodds, editor and proprietor. Subscription $4 ; 
estimated circulation 3500 ; 12 pages, 4 columns; length 
of columns 16 1-3 inches, width 25-8 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates', nonpareil, 10 cents per line first time, 4 cents 
afterward; cuts same price. 

CHRISTIAN GUARDIAN. Every Wednesday. Meth- 
odist. Established 1827. Rev. E. H. Dewart, D.D., ed- 
itor. Win. Brings, publisher. Subscription $2 ; claimed 
circulation 14,600 ; 8 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 
20 inches, width 23-8 inches. Advertising rates, nonpa- 
reil, 10 cents per line each insertion ; 1 month 36 cents, 
3 months 75 cents, 6 mouths $1.35, 1 year $2.50 per line ; 
outs same price. Special notices 1-4 more. No reading 
notices inserted. Solid cuts required. 

DOMINION CHURCHMAN. Every Thursday. Epis- 
copal. Established 1875. Frank Wootten, editor and 
proprietor. Subscription $2; claimed circulation 5000; 
Hi pages, 4 columns; length of columns 12 1-2 inches, 
width 2 14 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil. 10 cents 
per line first insertion, 75 cents per line 3 months, $1.25 
per line 6 months, $2 per line 1 year ; cuts same price. 

EVANGELICAL CHURCHMAN. Every Thursday. 
Protestant Episcopal. Established 1876. Evangelical 
Churchman Publishing Co. Subscriplion $2; estimated 
circulation 4000 ; 20 pages. 4 columns; length of columns 
11 1-2 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 1 inch 1 time $1.50, 1 month $5, 3 months $12, 6 
months $20, 1 year $30 ; 1 column 1 time $10, 1 month 
$30, 1 year $200 ; cuts same price. 

GRIP. Every Saturday. Independent. Established 
1872. J. W. Bengongh, editor. The Grip Printing and 
Publishing Co., proprietors. Subscription $2 ; claimed 
circulation 6200 : 12 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 
10 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, cover pages 10 cents per line each insertion, 1 year 
$2.50 ; inside puges 15 cents per line each insertion, 1 
year $3.50 ; cuts same price. 

TRIBUNE. E very Wednesday and Saturday. Cath- 
olic Established 1874. Hon. T. W Anglin. editor. 
Toronto Printing Co., proprietors. Subscription $1.50: 
claimed circulation 7500 ; 4 paces, 6 columns ; length of 



TRUTH. Every Saturday. Literary. Established 1867. 
S. Frank Wilson, editor and proprietor. Subscription $2; 
sworn circulation 9200; 28 pages, 4 columns; length of 
columns 12 inches, widtli 2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, first 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 cents 
per line each insertion ; 1 year $1.50 per line ; cuts same 
price. Solid cuts required. 

WEEK. Every Thursday. Independent. Established 
1883. Chas. G. D. Roberts, editor. T. R. Clongher, business 
manager. C. Blackett Robinson, proprietor. Subscription 
$3: claimed cir illation 2900; 16 pages. 4 columns; length of 
columns, 12 1-2 inches, width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising 
rates per nonpareil line 20 cents each insertion ; 3 months 
$1.50, 6 months $2.50, 1 year $5. No advertisement taken 
for less than price of 5 lines. Cuts same price. Solid 
cuts required. 

CANADIAN MANUFACTURER AND INDUSTRIAL 
\VORLI). Every other Friday. Commercial, Industrial. 
Established 188i. Frederic Nicholls, editor. Subscrip- 
i ion $2 ; cstimatedcirculation 3500 ; 40 pages. 3 columns ; 
length of columns 9 3-4 inches, width 21-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates, nonpareil, 10 cents per line ; 1-6 column 
:j months $12, 6 mouths $18, 1 year $30 ; cuts same price. 



CANADA SCHOOL JOURNAL. - Monthly. Educa- 
tional. Established 1877. W. J. Gage & Co editors a 
proprietors. Subscription $1; estimated ciiculatum 
5000 ; 32 pages, 3 columns ; length of columns 9 1-2 inche^, 
width 2 1-3 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cei 
per line per time; 6 months 25 per cent, 1 year M 
cent discount ; 1 column 1 time $20, 6 months $45, 1 yeai 
$80; cuts same price. 

CANADIAN METHODIST MAGAZINE. Monthly. 
Methodist. Established 1874. Rev. W. H. Witbrow, U.U., 
editor. Rev. William Brings, publisher. Subscriptic 
$2; claimed circulation 400"; 96 pages. 2 columns; 
of columns 7 14 inches, width 2 l- inches. Advertising 
rates, brevier, 12 cents per line each insertion for d< 
column (across the page) ; 1-2 page 1 time $4, b mon 
$18, 1 year $30 ; 1 page 3 months $20, 1 year $60; ci 
same price. 

FREEMASON. -Monthly. Masonic. Established 1881. 
Cowan & Co., editors and proprietors, bubscrip tu n 5U 
cents ; estimated circulation 5000 ; 12 pages, 3 column,*, 
length of columns 8 inches, width 2 inches. AUV 
tisiug rates, nonpareil, 25 cents per line; cuts same price. 

LADIES 1 JOURNAL. 20th of each month Estab- 
lished 1879. S. Frank Wilson, editor and l>';op"e to r hi 10- 
scription 50 cents; sworn ciiculauon 14.1 W\*". ^-^hP* 
columns: length of columns 12 inches, width S 1 
Advertising rates, nonpareil, 15 cents per line .each in- 
sertion; 1 year $1.50 per line; cuts same price. Solid ci 
required. 

RURAL CANADIAN.-Monthly. Agricultural Es- 
tablished 1881. C. Blackett Robinson, editor and I 
nrietor T R. Clougher, business manager. ^ 
tion $1. claimed circulation 9740 ; 20 pages, 3 column.; 
length of columns 12 1-2 inches, width 2 3-4 inches. Ad- 
vertising rates per nonpareil line 20 cents each in?e l" "- 
3 times 50 cents, 6 times 90 cents, 1 year $1.50. o ad- 
vertisement taken for less than price of b lines. t 
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2 c.<!luinns; length of columns 7 1-2 inches, width i 1-3 
inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
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CANADIAN FARMER. Every Tuesday. Agricultural 
Es^Hshed 1878 John Ferguson M.P, editor and pub. 
lisher. Subscription $1 ; claimed wren at on 9000 ,6 
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1 inch 1 time $1, 1 month $3, 3 months $b.50, 1 yeai $15. 

2 inches 8 i months $10.50? 1 year $25; 10 inches 1 year 
$105 ; cuts tame price. 

TELEGRAPH.-Kvery Friday. Conservative. Estab- 
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Subscription $1; claimed circulation 2SUO : ; 8 pages, 6 col- 
umns; length of columns 20 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. 
Advertising rales, nonpareil, 1 inch 1 time $1,1 month 
$2, 3 months $4, 1 year $10; 1-4 column 1 year $26; 1 col- 
umn 1 year $80; cuts same price. 



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SENTINEL AND REVIEW. Every Friday. Reform. 
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pages, 7 columns ; length of columns 21 indies, width 
2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, first 10 cents, 
subsequent insertions 5 cents, 3 months 65 cents, 6 months 
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MONTREAL,. 

GAZETTE. Every morning except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. Established 1778. Gazette Print- 
ing Co., proprietors. Richard White, manager. Sub- 
scription, daily $6. estimated circulation 4500; weekly $1. 
estimated circulation 5000 ; S pages, 7 columns ; length of 
columns 21 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. Advertising 'rates. 
nonpareil, daily 1 time 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 
cents, 1 month 1, 3 months $2, 6 months $3, 1 year $5 
per line ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 3-4, 2 times a week 
2-3, 1 time a week 1-2 daily monthly rates; Special no- 
tices 1 2 extra. Weekly 1 time 10 ceiils, 3 months 75 
cents, 6 months $1.25, 1 year 2 per line. 

HERALD AND COMMERCIAL GAZETTE. Every 

evening except Sunday, and HERALD, Thursdays. Es- 
tablished ISO!). John Livingston, editor. James Stewart, 
mnnager. Subscription, daily $3, estimated circulation 
4000 : weekly $1, estimated circulation (5000 ; daily 8 pages, 

7 columns; weekly 16 pages, 5 columns; lengih of 
column!*, daily 21 inches, weekly 15 1-2 inches, width 

2 1-6 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, daily 1 time 
10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 cents ; 6 months $3, 1 
year $5 per line ; cuts same price ; E. O. D. 3-4, 2 times a 
week 2-3, 1 time a week 1-2 daily monthly rates. Weekly 
10 cents per line each insertion. 

LA MINERVE. Every morning and evening except 
Sunday, and, WEEKLY. Wednesdays. French. Estab- 
lished 1828. Joseph Tasse, publisher. Subscription, 
daily $5 ; estimated circulation 3600; weekly $1 ; esti- 
mated circulation 6000 : daily 4 pages, 8 columns ; weekly 

8 pages, 7 columns ; length of columns, daily 22 1-4 
inches ; weekly 20 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising 
rates, nonpareil, daily 1 time 10 cents, subsequent inser- 
tions 5 cents per line ; cuts same price ; Special rate for 
large space or long time. Weekly 1 time 10 cents, 1 year 
$2 per line. 

LA PATRIE. Every evening except Sunday, and LE 
PEl'PLE. Saturdays. French. Liberal. Established 
1879. H. Beaugrand, editor and proprietor. Subscrip- 
tion, daily $4, claimed circulation 7500 ; weekly $1. 
claimed circulation 1200; 4 pages. 8 columns; length of 
columns 22 1-2 inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
daily, nonpareil, per line 10 cents first insertion, subse- 
quent insertions 5 cents, 3 times a week each time 6 
cents, 2 times a week 7 certs, 1 time a week 8 cents, 1 
month daily 65 cents, 3 months $1-25, 1 year $3 : E.O D. 
1 month 50 cents , 1 year $2 ; cuts same price. Solid cuts 
required. 

LE COURRIER. Every morning except Sunday. 
French. Established 1879. L. D. Duvernay,; editor 
anrl proprietor. Subscription, $5, estimated circulation 
5000 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; K-ng h of columns 22 1-2 
inches ; width 2 1-12 inches. Advertising fcitcs, nonpa- 
reil. 1 time 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 cen's, 1 
month $1, 3 months $2, months $3; 1 year $5 per line ; 
cuts tame piice. 

LE MONDE. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Fridays. 'French. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1867. Le Monde Publishing Co., editors and pro- 
prietors. Subscription, daily $3. claimed circulation 
13,!)00 ; weekly $1, claimed ci' dilation 12,500; daily 4 
pages, 9 columns ; weekly 8 pages, 7 columns ; lengih 
of columns 21 1-2 inches, (weekly 20 inches), width 2 
inches. Advertising rates, daily, nonpareil, 1 time 10 
cents, subsequent insertions 5 cents, 1 month 50 cents, 

3 months $1.10,6 months $1.60, 1 year $2.60 per line ; 
cuts same price ; E. O. D. 3-4, 2 times a week 3-5, 1 time 



a week 2-f of daily monthly rates ; text rending 10 per 
cent extra; special notices twice, pure Reading matter 
4 times ordinary rates. These are rates for 2 inches or 
more, less space 1-4 extra. Weekly 1 month 50 cents, 
3 months $1, 6 months $1.50, 1 year $2.50 per line. Solid 
cuts required. 

Daily circulation guaranteed larger than 
tlie combined circulation of the three 
other Montreal French Dailies. 

POST. Every evening except Sunday, and TRUE 
WITNESS, Wednesdays. Irish Catholic. Established, 
daily 1878 ; weekly 1849. J. L Troy, managing editor. 
The Post Printing'and Publishing Co., proprietor*". Sub- 
scription, daily $3, claimed circulation 11,000; weekly $1, 
claimed circulation 25,000 ; daily 4 pages, weekly 8 pages. 
8 columns ; length of columns '21 1-2 inches, width 2 1-6 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily first 10 cer.ts per 
line : subsequent, insertions 5 cents, 7 lines 1 month $6, 
3 months $15, 1 year $40, 25 lines 1 month $17, 3 months, 
$38, 1 year $300, 2d page douhle price, 3d page 25 lines 
1 month $50, 3 months $113, 1 year $300 ; cuts 50 per cent 
additional ; special positions 25 per cent extra ; special 
notices double price. Weekly, first 15 cents, subsequent 
10 cents per line, 3 months $1.25, 6 months $2.25, 1 year 
$3.50; cuts 1-2 extra ; special notices 20 cents per line. 
Solid cuts required. 

(The Post) The Only Irish Catholic daily 
journal in America. 

(The True Witness) The largest circula- 
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Advt. page 316. 

STATC. Every morning, and FAMILY HERALD AND 
WEEKLY STAR, Wednesdays. Independent. Estab- 
lished 1869. Graham & Co., editors and proprietors. 
Subscription, daily $3, sworn citculation 21,270; wtekly 
$1, sworn circulation 68,618 ; 4 pages (weekly 8 pages). 
8 columns ; length of columns 21 1-2 inches, width 2 3-16 
inches. Advertising rates, agate, daily, 10 cents per line 
each insertion, nothing less than 5 lines ; 5 lines 1 month 
$10, 3 months $24, 6 months $40, 1 year $60 ; 25 lines 1 
month $34, 3 months $70, 6 months $13ri, 1 year $200 ; 
cuts double for space occupied ; Special pages 20 to 
33 1-3 per cent extra ; Special notices double ; E. O. D. 
2-3, 2 times a week 2-5 daily monthly rates. Weekly per 
line 1 time 25 cents, 5 times $1, 3 months $2.50, (i months 
$4.50, 1 year $8 ; no extra charge for cuts ; Special no- 
tices double. Solid cuts required. 

WITNESS. Every evening except Sunday, and 
WEEKLY, Wednesdays. Established, daily 1861, week- 
Iv lS4(i. John Dougall & Son, editois and proprietor. 
Subscription, daily $3, estimated circulation 14,000 : 
weekly $1, estimated circulation 35,000; 8 pages. 5 col- 
umns (weekly 7 columns); length of column 18 inches 
(weekly 21 inches), width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, 
agate, daily, 10 cents per line first insertion, 5 cents per 
line after ward ; 25 lines 1 month $17, 3 months $38, (i 
months $68, 1 year $100; E. O. D. 1-3 less ; 2 times a 
week 50 per cent less ; once a week 40 per cent of above 
prices ; cuts or large type double price ; Patent medicines 
exceptional not desired. Weekly 20 cents per line first 
time, 15 cents for subsequent insertions ; 3 months 
$1.75, 6 months $3,1 year $5 per line. These rated for 
display if set in ordinary type 1-3 less in weekly. 

JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, FINANCE AND IN- 
SURANCE REVIEW. Every Friday. Established 187.>. 
M. S. Foley, editor and ^proprietor. Subscription $2; 
estimated circulation 50CO ; 32 pages. 3 columns ; length 
of columns 9 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising 



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months $25, 1 year $40 ; 25 lines 3 months $40, 6 months 
$75, 1 year $100 ; qnnrter page 3 months $80, 6 months 
$140, 1 year $200 ; cuts same price. 

LE CANARD. Every Saturday. French. Comic. 
Established 1877. Filiatreault & Rodier, editors and 
proprietors. Subscription 50 cents; estimated circula- 
iion 0500 ; 4 pages, 6 columns ; length of columns 14 1-2 
inches, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, nonpareil, 
tirst insertion 10 cents, subsequent insertions 5 cents 
per line ; cuts same price. 

L'OPINION PUBLIQUE. Every Thursday. French. 
Illustrated. Established 1870 Burland Lithographic 
(Jo., publishers. Subscription $3.50; estimated circula- 
lation 6000 ; 12 pages, 4 columns ; length of columns 
13 1-2 inches, width 2 1-4 inches. Advertising rates, non- 
pareil, 10 cents per line each insertion ; cuts same price ; 
special rate for long time. 

NORTHERN MESSENGER. 1st and 15th of each 
month. Temperance. Established 1866. John Dongnll 
<fc Son, editors and proprietors. Subscription 30 cents ; 
estimated circulation 50.000 ; 8 pages, 4 columns ; length 
of columns 125-8 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertis- 
ing rates, nonpareil, 50 cents per line < ach insertion, 
nothing less than six lines ; no extra charge for cuts. 

HARP. Monthly. Roman Catholic. Established 1874. 
Cailahan & Co., editors and proprietors. Subscription $1 ; 
estimated circulation 5000 ; 36 pages, 2 columns ; length 
of columns ! incho-, width 2 inches. Advertising rates, 
nonpareil, 1-8 column 1 month $3, 3 months $6, 6 months 
$8, 1 year $l - i ; cuts same price. 

ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL OP AGRICULTURE. 

1st of every month. Agricultural. Established 1878. 
R. A. Barnard, editor. E. Senecal & Sons, publishers. 
Subscription 1 ; claimed circulation 8900 ; 20 pages, 3 
columns ; length of columns 10 inches, width 2 1 2 inches. 
Advertising rates, nonpareil. 10 lines 1 time $2, 3 times 
5. 6 times $11, 1 year $20 : ruts same price. Also issues 
LE JOURNAL D' AGRICULTURE ILLUST RE. month- 
ly. French. Claimed circulation 14,300. Rates of ad- 
vertising and size of paper same as ILLUSTRATED 
JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE. 

PRESBYTERIAN RECORD. Monthly. Presbyte- 
rian. .Established 1875. James Croil and Rpbt. Man ay, 
editors. James Croil. publisher. Subscription 50 Ct-nts ; 
estimated circulation 30,000 ; 82 pases, 2 columns ; length 



of columns 8 inches, width 2 3-8 inches. For advertising 
rates, address the, publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 
29 Park row, New' York. 



QUEBEC. 

EVENING MERCURY. Every evening except Sun- 
day. Liberal Conservative. Established 1805. G. T. 
Cary, editor and proprietor. Subscription $4 ; estimated 
circulation 1300 ; 4 pages, 5 columns ; length of columns 

20 inches, width 2 1-8 inches. Advertising, rates, non- 
pareil, 10 lines 1 month $5, 3 months $10. 1 year $35 ; 20 
lilies 1 month $9, 3 months $17, 1 year $55 ; cuts same 
price ; E. O. D. 3-4 ; 2 times a week 1-2 daily monthly 
rates. 

LE CANADIEN. Every morning except. Sunday, and 
LE CULT1VATEUR. Saturdays. French. Conserva- 
tive. Established 1808. L. J. Demers & Bro., editors 
and proprietors. Subscription, daily $5, claimed circula- 
tion 1500 ; weekly $1, claimed circulation 14,000 ; daily 
4 pages, 7 columns ; weekly 16 pages, 5 columns ; length 
of columns 22 inches, width 2 1-6 inches. For advertis- 
ing rates, address the publisher, or Jno. F. Phillips & Co., 
29 Park row, New York. 

MORNING CHRONICLE. Every morning except 
Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays. Established 184 
John J. Foote, editor and proprietor. Subscription, daily 
$6. estimated circulation 2800 ; weekly $2, estimated 
circulation 21)00 ; 4 pages, 8 columns ; length of columns 
26 inches, width 2 1-5 inches. Advertising rates, daily, 
nonpareil, 10 lines 1 month $7, 2 months $11, 3 months 
$15, 6 months $30, 1 year $50 ; E. O. D. 1 month $5, 2 
months $8, 3 months $10, 6 months $20, 1 year $40 ; 2 times 
a week 1 month $4, 2 months $6, 3 months $7.50, 6 months 
$15, 1 year $30 ; once a week 1 month $3. 2 months $4, 
3 months $5. 6 months $10, 1 year $25 ; 1 column 1 month 
$60, 3 months $100, 6 months $150, 1 year $200 ; cuts same 
price ; Reading matter 10 cents per line each insertion ; 
Notices over editorial 10 cents per line each insertion. 
Weekly ordinary rates 10 cents per line each time. 

ST. HYACINTHE. 

COURRIER AND JOURNAL D'AGRICULTURE.- 
Every Friday. French. Established 1*52. B. de La 
Bruere, editor and proprietor. Subscription $1 ; claimed 
circnlaMon 7COO ; 8 paes, 6 columns ; length of columns 

21 inches, width 2 1-3 incoes. Advertising rates, ] inch 1 
month $2, 3 months $5,6. months $7.50, 1 year $12 ; 2 
inches $18, 1 column $150 for one year ; cuts same price. 



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AGRICULTURAL LIST. 



A LIST OF THE LEADING AGRICULTURAL PAPERS. THOSE HAVING CIRCULATION'S APPROACHING 5,000 WILL BE 
FOUND FULLY DESCRIBED IN TUE BODY OF THIS WORK. 



MONTGOMERY,; ; 



ALABAMA. 

Southern Agriculturist, 



weekly. 



ALMA, 
LITTLE ROCK,' 



ARKANSAS. 

Farmer, 

Rmal Bon th -West, 



weekly, 
monthly. 



LOS ANGELES, 
SACRAMENTO, 
SAN FRANCISCO, 



DENVER, 
HARTFORD, 



CALIFORNIA. 

Rural Californian, 
Cultivators' Guide, 
Pacific Rural Press, 
Patron, 

COLORADO. 

Colorado Farmer and Live Stock. Journal, 

CONNECTICUT. 

American Poultry Yard, 
Connecticut Farmer, 
Poultry World, 



monthly. 
semi-monthly. 

weekly, 
weekly. 



weekly. 



weekly. 

weekly. 

monthly. 



DISTRICT OF COLLItlBIA, 

WASHINGTON, National Farmer, 

American Farm and Home, 
Poultry Review and Stock Journal, 



weekly, 
nn mt lily, 
monthly. 



DE LAND, 



FLORIDA. 

Florida Agriculturist, 



weekly 



GEORGIA. 

ATLANTA, Southern Cultivator and Dixie Farmer, 

SAVAMNAII, Southern Farmers' Monthly, 



monthly. 
moiiiLlv. 



ANNA, 

BEECHER, 

CHICAGO, 



DIXON, 

MOL1NE, 

MOUNT STERLING, 

PJiORIA, 

QTJINCY, 



ILLINOIS. 

Farnu r and Fruit Grower, weekly. 

Breeders' Lire Stock Journal, monthly. 
Drove:*' Journal, daily and weekly. 

American Bee Journal, weekly. 

Breeders' Gazette. weekly. 

Duuton's Spirit of the Turf, weekly. 

Fanners' Review, weekly. 

Prairie Farmer, weekly. 

Western Rural and American Stockiran, weekly. 

American Poultry Journal, monthly. 

Farm, Field and Fireside, monthly. 

National Live Stock Journal, monthly. 

Poultry Keeper, monthly. 

Western Farmers' Journal, monthly. 

Western Farmer, monthly. 

Western Plowman, monthly. 

Farmer, monthly. 

Advance Fanner, monthly. 

Farm and Workshop, monthly. 

Farmer and Western Visitor, monthly. 

Farmers' Call, monthly. 
Western Agriculturist, . monthly. 



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D. W. MOODY'S 




PUBLISHED MONTHLY 

BY 



D, W. MOODY, 31 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Is the only Fashion Journal published West of New York City, and ha* 

A Bona-fide Circulation of over 30,000 a Month, 

AND IS GAINING IN FAVOR AND CIRCULATION EVERY DAY. 



D. W. MOODY, the publisher, is well known throughout the United States and Canada as the 
most celebrated Man Dressmaker of America, and is also the inventor of the only perfect Tailor 
System ever invented for Dress-Cutting ; therefore, his writings and JOURNAL are sought by the 
ladies throughout our country, and the day is not far off when MOODY'S STAR FASHION 
JOURNAL will have a bona-fide circulation of 



and to advertisers it is now worth more than any other journal with double the circulation, as it is 
mailed or sold to the best class of people, who can buy anything they see advertised ; and again, 
each copy that is sold or sent direct to subscribers is read and perused by more than a dozen ; 
therefore, your advertisement is seen in MOODY'S FASHION JOURNAL ten times as often as it 
would be in other Journals. Send us a trial advertisement, and if it does not pay you, it will be 
because your goods have no value. 

We have over 7OO yood Agents canvassing for MOODY'S TAILOR SYSTEM OF 
DRESS-CUTTING and MOODY'S STAR FASHION JOURNAL ; so if you wish good agents, 
advertise for them in MOODY'S STAR FASHION JOURNAL, and you will be sure to get them. 

WE ONLY CHARGE 50 CENTS A LINE 

for advertising, and will only sell a limited amount of space at any price ; therefore, it would be 
well for all shrewd advertisers to make yearly contracts before our advertising space is taken. 
Address all communications, and make all drafts, checks, and money-orders payable to 



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AGRICULTURAL LIST Cm, (invtd. 



INDIANA. 

FORT WAYNE, American Farmer, 

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana Fanner, 

Western Sportsman and Live Stock News, 

Drainage and Farm Journal, 

Farm, Herd and Home, 

Swine Breeders' Gazette, 

KENDALLVILLE, Bee Keepers' Guide, 

LAFAYETTK. Home Journal, 

SOUTH BEND, Fanners' Friend, 



monthly. 

weekly. 

weekly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly. 

weekly, 
semi-monthly. 



IOWA. 

AINSWORTH, Floral Instructor, 

Western Horticulturist, 

CEDAR RAPIDS. Iowa Farmer, 

Farm Journal and Live Stock Review, 

DES MOINES, Iowa Homestead, 

American Poultry Bureau, 

Live Stock and Western Farm Journal, 

LE MARS. Farmer, 

WEST LIBERTY, Dairy and Farm Journal, 



monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

weekly. 

monthly. 

semi-monthly. 

weekly. 

monthly. 



LAWRF.NCE, 
TOPEKA, 



KANSAS. 



Spirit of Kansas, 
Kansas Farmer, 



weekly, 
weekly. 



LEXINGTON, 
LOUISVILLE, 



KENTUCKY. 

Kentucky Live Stock Record, 
Farmers' Home Journal, 
Home and Farm, 

Duncan's Magazine of Live Stock, 
New Southern Poultry Journal, 



weekly. 

weekly. 

semi-monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 



NEW ORLEANS, 



LOUISIANA. 



Southland, 



weekly. 



AUGUSTA, 

BANGOR, 
PORTLAND, , 



n VIM:. 

Home Farm, 
Maine Farmer, 
Dirigo Rural, 
Live Stock Monthly, 



weekly. 

weekly. 

weekly. 

monthly. 



BALTIMORE, 



MARYLAND. 

National Farm and Fireside, 
American Farmer, 
Maryland Farmer, 



weekly. 

semi-monthly. 

monthly. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

BOSTON, American Cultivator, weekly. 

Massachusetts Ploughman and New England Journal 

of Agriculture, weekly. 

New England Farmer, weekly. 

Bowditch's American Florist and Farmer, monthly. 

SALEM. American Agriculturist, monthly. 

SPRINGFIELD, New England Homestead, weekly. 

Farm and Home, monthly. 

'MICHIGAN. 

DETROIT. Michigan Farmer and State Journal of Agriculture, weekly. 
GRAND RAPIDS, Agricultural World and Michigan Homestead, Pemi-montbly. 
SCHOOLCRAFT, Gninge Visitor, semi-monthly. 



MINNEAPOLIS, 



MINNESOTA. 

Farmers' Tribune, 
Minnesota Farmer, 
Poultry and Farm Journal, 



weekly. 

weekly. 

monthly. 



MISSISSIPPI. 

MERIDIAN, Patron of Husbandry, 

STARKVILLE, Southern Live Stock Journal, 

TERRY. Farmers' Journal, 

VIOKSBURG, ' Planters' Journal, 

WEST POINT, Eist Mississippi Farm and Stock Reporter, 



weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 
monthly, 
weekly. 



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WESTERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, ........ Cincinnati, ......... $0 25 

NORTHWESTERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, ..... Chicago ........... 20 

CENTRAL CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, ........ St. Louis .......... 15 

CHRISTIAN APOLOGIST (German), ......... Cincinnati, .... ..... 15 

SANDEBUDET (Swedish) .............. Chicago, .......... 8 

SUNDAY-SCHOOL JOURNAL ............ Cincinnati. . ........ 50 

HOME AND HEARTH (German) ........... Cincinnati, ......... 15 

FOR THE ENTIRE LIST, ........................ 1 48 

All orders at the above rates, whether for one or all papers on 
the list, are subject to the folloAving' discounts to advertisers : 



For $5O or more, 15 per cent. 
" 1OO " 2O 

" 3OO " 25 



For $5OO or more, 3O per cent. 

l.OOO " 35 " 

" 2.OOO " 4O 



COMBINATION. We give a discount of 5 per cent for two 
papers combined. Three or more papers 1O per cent. The Month- 
lies are not included in this combination. 

MEASURE. Agate measure 14 lines to an inch is the standard for the Western, North- 
western, and Central Advocates. 

We use Nonpareil measure, 12 lines to the inch, in the others. 

Patent Medicine and other objectionable advertisements will not be 
taken at any rate. 

P. S. Five per cent additional will be charged for specific location. 

" "~ FAGTS OF INTEREST TO ADVERTISERS, 

There are in the patronizing constituency of our five weeklies nearly 
SOO.OOO members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. These papers 
(being official organs of the Church) certainly form the cheapest and 
most direct means of communication with this great body of intelligent 
and well-to-do people. 

Our monthlies are of a high order of merit, and have long enjoyed an 
extensive advertising patronage. The Sunday-school Journal, with a 
circulation of 35.OOO in the East and 47.5OO in the West, has, we be- 
lieve, the largest circulation of any monthly in the United States admit- 
ting advertisements. 

So great has been our care in throwing out patent medicines and other 
objectionable matter at a very great financial loss, that the mere fact of 
an advertisement appearing in our publications is regarded by our read- 
ers as conclusive evidence that the advertiser is reliable. 

Estimates for advertising in our publications solicited. Sample copies 
forwarded free for examination. Address 

WALDEN & STOWE, 

CINCINNATI, CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS. 



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AGRICULTURAL USR Continued. 

MISSOURI. 

KANSAS CITY, Price Current, daily and weekly. 

Farm, weekly. 

Western Cultivator, Farm and Stock Journal, weekly. 

Live Stock Indicator and Farmers' Gazette, weekly. 

LEBANON, American Bee Keeper, monthly. 

ST. LOUIS, Live Stock Journal, daily and weekly. 

Colman's Rural World, weekly. 

Journal of Agriculture and American Stock Breeder, weekly. 

South and West, semi-monthly. 

Home, Farm and Factory, monthly. 

Midi-end Far-tier, monthly. 

SPRINGFIELD, South West Farmer, monthly. 



LINCOLN, 

OMAHA, 

OMAHA, 



NEBRASKA. 

Nebraska Farmer, 
American Cattle Journal, 
Rural Nebraska, 



semi-'montb'y. 
monthly, 
monthly. 



MANCHESTER. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Mirror and Fanner, 



weekly. 



NEW YORK. 

ALBANY, Cultivator and Country Gentleman, weekly. 

Poultry Monthly, monthly. 

CANAJOHARIE, Bee Keepers' Exchange, monthly. 

DUNKIRK, Chantauqua Farmer, weekly. 

ELMIRA. Husbandman, weekly. 

JAMESTOWN, Country Side, monthly. 

NEW YORK, Dairy, weekly. 

Rural New Yorker, weekly. 

Spirit of the Times, weekly. 

Turf, Field and Farm. weekly. 

Agricultural Re\iew and Journal of American Agri- 
cultural Association, monthly. 

American Agriculturist, monthly. 

American Gardener, monthly. 

Amerikanischer Agriculturist, Gorman. monthly. 

Bee and Poultry Magazine, monthly. 

Conservatory, monthly. 

Ladies' Floral Cabinet, monthly. 

Wallace's Monthly, monthly. 

PORT JERVIS, Orange Co. Farmer, weekly. 

ROCHESTER, American Rural Home, weekly. 

Empire State Agriculturist, monthly. 

Fruit Recorder, monthly. 

Vicks' Illustrated Magazine, monthly. 

Green's Fruit Grower, quarterly. 

SYRACUSE, Market and Farm, weekly. 

Farmer and Dairyman, monthly. 



RALEIGH, 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

Farmer and Mechanic. 
North Carolina Farmer, 



weekl v. 
monthly. 



OHIO. 

CINCINNATI, American Grange Bulletin, 

Farming World. 

National Farmer, 
CLEVELAND, Ohio Farmer, 

Farmer and Manufacturer, 
DAYTON, Farmers' Home, 

MEDINA, Gleanings in Bee Culture. 

NORWALK Agricultural Society and Farm Journal, 

SPRINGFIELD, Farmers' Advance, 

Farm and Fireside, 

Farm Economist, 

TOLEDO. Midland Farm Journal, 

ZANESVILLE, American Poultry Adviser, 

Rural Era, 



weekly. 

semi-monthly. 

monthly. 

weekly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

weekly. 

semi-monthly. 

semi-monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 



PORTLAND, 

SALEM, 



OREGON. 

North Pacific Rural Spirit, 
North- Western Fanner, 
Willamette Farmer, 



weekly. 

monthly. 

weekly. 



250 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & C0.'3 



PAYING- PUBLICATIONS OF THE DAY. 



SUCH IS THE VERDICT OP OUR CLIENTS. 



THE CHRISTIAN STANDARD (Weekly), 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. CIRCULATION, 25,OOO. 

THE OLD PATH GUIDE (Weekly), 

LOUISVILLE, KY. CIRCULATION, 5,OOO. 

THE DISCIPLE OF CHRIST, 

A SEMI-MONTHLY MAGAZINE. ILLUSTRATED. 
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



Advertising Rates of these publications very low. Address 

H. C. HALL, Manager, 

180 Elm Street, Cincinnati, 0. 202 Broadway (Room 18), New York. 

Or JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO., 29 Park Bow, New York. 

THE DROVERS' JOURNAL, 

CHIOAOO, ILL., 

DAILY, SEMI- WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY. 



The onran of the Western Live Stock Trade, a branch of business amounting to nearly 
Three Hundred Millions of Dollars annually. Circulation is among first-class men, and larger 
than that of all other papers of its class combined. The only daily Live Stock paper in the 
world. Advertising rates low when circulation is considered. THE DKOVERS' JOURNAL paid 
postage on ninety torn of papers in 1883. 

H. P. GOODALL, H. L. GOODALL & CO., 

Lock Box SCO. JUaiiaffer Advertising Department. fublinh'Ts* 

THE ONLY WESTERN AND SOUTHERN RIVER NEWSPAPER! 



Published every Thursday at No. 90 Broadway, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

OFFICIAL OK(J-4JVof the Marine Engineers of the United States on Seaboard Lakes and Kivers. Is devoted 
to River interests, giving Steamboat News of the Western and Southern Rivers, etc., etc. 

Its subscription list is composed of nine tenths of river steamboat men, of Merchants. Manufacturers, and Planters 

(besides Marine Engineers of the United States), on the following rivers : 

Ohio River, Mississippi River, Missouri River, Arkansas River, Tennessee River, Muskingnin River. Cumberland 

River, Kanawlia River, St. Francis River, White River, Ynzoo River. Red (South) River, Tallahatchie 

River, Atchafalaya River, Ouaehita River, St. John's River, Black River, Red (North) River, 

Chaitahoochce River, Savannah River, Alabama River, Illinois River. 

SUBSCRIPTION, $2 PER TEAR. ' 

FRANK BAKER, Editor and. Publisher. 



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AGRICULTURAL LIST Continued. 






PENNSYLVANIA. 




u FANNETTSBURG, 


Park's Floral Magazine, 


monthly. 


LANCASTER, 


Farmer, 


monthly. 


MEADVILLE, 


Farmer, 


semi-monthly. 


MKCHANICSBURG, 
PARKESBURG, 


Farmers' Friend and Grange Advocate, 
Farmers' Magazine and Rural Guide, 


weekly, 
monthly. 


PHILADELPHIA, 


Germantown Telegraph, 


weekly. 




Practical Farmer, 


weekly. 




Tribune and Farmer, 


weekly. 




Farm and Garden, 


monthly. 




Farm Journal. 


monthly. 




Gardeners' Monthly and Horticulturist, 


monthly. 




Rural Home, 


monthly. 


PITTSBURGH, 


National Stockman, 


weekly. 


READING. 


Pease's Feathered World, 


monthly. 


WATSONTOWN, 


Agricultural Epitomist, 


monthly. 




TENNESSEE. 





CHATTANOOGA, 


Rural Record . 


monthly. 


NASHVILLE, 


Spirit of the Farm, 


weekly. 




TEXAS. 




AUSTIN, 


Farm and Ranch, 


semi-monthly. 


DALLAS, 


Planter and Farmer, 


semi-monthly. 


FORT WORTH, 


Live Stock Journal, 


weekly. 




Texas Wool Grower, 


weekly. 




State Farmer, 


monthly. 


SAN \NTONIO, 


Texas stockman, 


weekly. 




VERMONT. 




NORTHFIELD, 


Vermont Farmer, 


weekly. 


WINDSOR, 


Valley Farmer, 


weekly. 




VIRGINIA. 




PETERSBURG, 


Rural Messenger, 


weekly. 


RICHMOND, 


Southern Planter, 


monthly. 




WISCONSIN. 




MADISON. 


Western Farmer, 


weekly. 


MILWAUKEE. 


Acker and Gartenbau Zeitung, German. 


semi-monthly. 


NEENAH, 


Bulletin, 


semi-monthly. 




DAKOTA. 




FARGO, 


North-Western Farmer, 


monthly. 


HURON, 


Dakota Farmer, 


monthly. 



WINNIPEG, 



FREDERICTON, 



HALIFAX, 



CANADA. 

MANITOBA. 

Nor-Weat Farmer and Home Journal, 

NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Maritime Farmer, 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

Nova Scotia Journal of Agriculture, 



monthly. 

weekly. 

monthly. 



ONTARIO. 

HAMILTON, Rural Register, 

LONDON, Farmers' Advocate and Home Magazine, 

ST. CATHARINES, Canadian Horticulturist, 

TORONTO, . Canadian Sportsman and Live Stock Journal, 

Rural Canadian, 
WELLAND, Canadian farmer 

QUEBEC. 

MONTREAL, Illustrated Journal of Agriculture, 



monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly. 

weekly, 
monthly, 

weekly. 



monthly. 



253 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & co:s 




Published by L. HIESCH & CO., 

COLUMBUS, OHIO. 



The 8-page paper circulates in Columbus and 
Franklin County. 

The 4-page paper circulates all over Ohio, In- 
diana, Michigan, etc. 

You can find no other medium through which 
you can reach the Germans of Columbus or all 
over Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan, better than 
through our paper. 

We mail with each copy of our paper a literary 
Journal, " Die Musse Stunden" (Leisure Hours), 
containing short Novels from Home and Abroad 
and Miscellaneous Matter. Thereby making this, 
together with "Der Ohio Sonntagsgast,." the house- 
hold paper of every German family in the above- 
named States. 

We only devote 4 columns in the " Musse Stun- 
den" to advertisements. 



A sample copy of our Journal finished free to everyMy. 



Our advertising rates are reasonable, and on re- 
quest will be promptly furnished. 



Try a space in our paper and be convinced you will de- 
rive benefit from the investment. 



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EDUCATIONAL LIST. 



A LIST OF THE LEADING- EDUCATIONAL PAPERS. THOSE HAVING CIRCULATIONS APPROACHING 5.000 WILL BE 
FOUND FULLY DESCRIBED IN THE BODY OF THIS WORK. 



ARKADELPHIA, 



SAN FRANCISCO, 



ARKANSAS. 

Educational Independent, 

CALIFORNIA. 

Pacific School Journal, 



weekly, 
monthly. 



AURORA, 
CHICAGO, 



WHEATON, 



ILLINOIS. 

Educational Advocate, 

Present Age, 

Practical Teacher, 

School Herald, 

Western Educational Journal, 

Educational Quarterly, 



"quarterly. 

weekly. 

semi-monthly. 

te mi-monthly. 

monthly. 

quarterly. 



DANVILLE, 
INDIANAPOLIS, 



, INDIANA. 

Normal Teacher, 
Educational Weekly, 
Indiana School Journal, 
School News, 



monthly. 

weekly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 



DAVENPORT, 

DBS MO1NES, 

DUBUQUE, 

KEOKUK, 



IOWA. 

School Educator, 
Drake's Index, 
Iowa Normal, 
Central School Journal, 



monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly. 



NEW ORLEANS, 

BALTIMORE, 

BOSTON, 



ADRIAN, 
ANN ARBOR, 
GRAND RAPIDS, 



LOUISIANA. 

Louisiana Journal of Education, 

MARYLAND. 

Educator, 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Journal of Education, 
American Teacher, 
Sunday-School Helper, , 

Education, 

MICHIGAN. 

Educational News, 

Argonaut, 

Michigan School Moderator, 



anonthly. 
monthly. 



weekly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

every other month. 



monthly. 

semi-monthly. 

weekly. 



MINNEAPOLIS, 



MINNESOTA. 



Practical Teacher, 
School Education, 



semi-monthly, 
monthly. 



JEFFERSON CITY, 
KIRKSVILLE, 
ST. LOUIS, 
SEDALIA, 



OMAHA, 



MISSOURI. 

School Journal, 
Visitir and Teacher, 
American Journal of Education, 
Review, 

NEBRASKA. 

Commercial Age, 



semi-monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly. 



quarterly. 



254 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.'S 



The Merchant Traveler. 

FORMERLY "THE DRUMMER." 

A humorous journal, published every week in the interests of Merchants and 
Traveling Men. Circulates over 30,000 miles of railroad in the United States and 
Canadas, and is one of the best Mediums for Advertisers in the country. Circu- 
lation, 18,000. Subscription price, $2 per year, in advance. 



DRUMMER PUBLISHING CO., 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



few m\& 




evewr, 



CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 



Published Weekly, on Tuesday. Now in its Eighth Year. Has a weekly circulation of 20,000. 
Published by the Grain and Provision Review Publishing Company. 

L. M. WALTERS, Editor. 

It is devoted exclusively to trade and commerce, giving the latest reports of all markets, ami 
reviewing carefully and authoritatively business of every character. It is an indispensable journal 
to grain buyers, commission men, shippers, stockmen, produce dealers, and consumers. It is one 
of the finest papers for advertising published in Chicago or the West, its circulation being above 
1,000,000 yearly. Subscription, $2 per annum, in advance. Sample copies sent on application. 
Address GRAIN AND PROVISION REVIEW PUBLISHING COMPANY, 

71 and 73 Randolph Street, Chicago, Illinois. 




A SIXTEEN-PAGE JOURNAL 

PUBLISHED BY THE 

FIRMER AND MANUFACTURER CO, 

No. 241 St. Clair Street, 

OHIO. 



THE 

Farmer and Manufacturer 

Is a high-toned monthly paper for the home, whether 
of the Farmer, Manufacturer, Professional or Business 
Man. It is printed on fine paper, from new type, is 
folded, stitched, and trimmed, and nothing objection- 
able is admitted to its columns. 

Issued promptly on the first of each month. 

Advertising rates low, when the class of readers is 
considered. 

Send for free sample copy. 



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255 



EDUCATIONAL LIST Continued. 



KEENE, 



ALBANY, 
NEW YORK, 



SYRACUSE, 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Index, monthly. 
NEW YORK. 

Voice, monthly. 
School Journal . weekly. 
Pupils' Companion, semi-monthly. 
American Counting-Room, monthly. 
America): Kindergarten Magazine, monthly. 
Browne's Phonographic Monthly, monthly. 
Elocutionist, monthly. 
First Teaching, monthly. 
Teachers' Companion, monthly. 
Teachers' Institute, monthly. 
Treasure Trove, monthly. 
School Bulletin and New York State Journal of Edu- 
cation, monthly. 
School-Room, monthly. 



RALEIGH, 



AKRON. 

ANSONIA, 

CLEVELAND, 

OBERLIN, 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

Teacher, 



monthly. 



OHIO. 

Ohio Educational Monthly and National Teacher, monthly. 

School Visitor, monthly. 

fi<-h' ol Enigma, weekly. 

High School Monthly, monthly. 

Jubilee Notes, every other month. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

ALLENTOWN, National Educator, 

EH IE, Mathematical Magazine, 

LANCASTER, Pennsylvania School Journal, 

ME.ADV1LLE, Chautauquan, 

MKRCER. Educational Review, 

PHILADELPHIA, Educational Visitor and Temperance Ensign, 

Modern Reporter, 

Teacher, 
PITTSBURGH, Bible Teacher, 

Educational Review, 
YORK, Amethyst, 

Reading for the Schools, 



monthly, 
quarterly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly. 



CHARLESTON, 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Southern Educational Monthly, 



monthly. 



TENNESSEE. 

COLUMBIA, Guardian, monthly. 

NASHVILLE, American Journal of Education, monthly. 

Student World, monthly. 

TEXAS. 

AUSTIN, American Journal ol Education, monthly. 

HOUSTON, School Journal, -| monthly. 

SAN ANTONIO, Texas School Journal and Journal of Education, monthly. 



HAMPTON, 

LYNCHBURGH, 

RICHMOND, 



VIRGINIA. 

Southern Workmen, 

Etude, 

Educational Journal of Virginia, 



monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly. 



PARKERSBURGH, 



MADISON, 
MILWAUKEE, 



WEST1VIRGINIA. 

Church News, 

WISCONSIN. 

Wisconsin Journal of Education, 
Erzeihungs-lilaetter, German, 



semi-monthly. 



monthly, 
monthly. 



TORONTO, 



CANADA . 

ONTARIO. 

Canada Educational Monthly, 
Canada School Journal, 
Sunday-School Banner, 



monthly, 
monthly, 
monthly. 



MONTREAL, 



QUEBEC. 

Journal De L'lustruction Publique, French, 



monthly. 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO.'S 



THE OHIO FARMER 



One of the Oldest, Best Established, find Leading Agricultural and 
Family Journals of America. 

PRESENT ACTUAL WEEKLY CIRCULATION, 51,500. 

Going to paid subscribers at over 5500 post-offices in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Michigan, 
and other States, and is closely read every week in over 65,000 homes. It is a strictly FIRST- 
CLASS PAPER, and is read by the most intelligent, enterprising, and wealthy agriculturists of 
the country, most of whom see no other agricultural paper, and who want and are able to buy 
what is new and desirable for their use or comfort. 

RATES OF ADVERTISING only 3 cents per line, with a discount of 1C per cent on or- 
ders amounting to $4O or over. 

NO DEVIATION. ONLY ONE PRICE TO ALL. 



For Estimates and Testimonials from reliable advertisers, address 

M. J. LAWRENCE, Editor and Proprietor, 
. CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

ESTABLISHED 1868. 



Bright, Interesting, Reliable. 



Treats of IRON O3E DEVELOPMENTS AND MOVEMENTS, IRON MANUFACTURE, THE FUEL 
PROBLEM, NEW MACHINERY, and other topics of interest to the Iron Trade. 

The only Iron Trade Journal between New York and Chicago on the line of the lake*. Covers one of the best 
industrial fields in the United States. Subscription, $3 per Annum. Advertising Bates Seasonable. 



Treats of BLAST FURNACE, FOUNDRY, MACHINERY, and GENERAL SHOP PRACTICE. Special Articles 

by Practical Men. Illustrations a Specially. 

The Cheapest and Best Printed Paper for Iron Workers in the Country. Only GO Cents a Year. lAberul 
Tfftns to Clubs. Address, in regard to either of the above publications, 

LAY & CARTER, Publishers, 122 Water Street, CLEVELAND, 0. 

THIE 




Circulates in every State in the Union and most of the Territories, it being a Catholic Family Paper 

and the only weekly organ of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, a Catholic Benevolent 

and Insurance Society with a membership of over five hundred thousand. 



>yiciu$tiM 



HAS A LARGE LOCAL CIRCULATION AT THE CAPITAL OF THE STATE. 
The above are the only Catholic Papers published in the State without the Patent Inside. 



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FASHION LIST 



A LIST OF THE LEADING FASHION PAPERS. THOSE HAVING CIRCULATIONS APPROACHING 5,000 WILL BF FOUND 
FULLY DESCRIBED IN THE BODY OF THIS WORK. 



CHICAGO, 



ILLINOIS. 



Unique, 



monthly. 



NEW YORK, 



NEW YORK. 

Harper's Bazar, 

Queen of Fashion, 

American Bazar, 

American Tailor, 

Cloak and Suit Monthly, 

Delineator, 

Demorest's Masazine, 

Domestic Monthly, 

Fashion Bazar, 

Fashion Courier, 

Hat, Cap and Fur Trade Review, 

Hatter and Furrier, 

Ladies' Review, 

Ladies' Bazr, 

L'Art de la Mode, French, 

Lilliputian Fashion Journal, 

Millinery Guide. 

Kevue de la Mode, French, 

Tailors' Review, 

Domestic Fashion Catalogue, 

Ehrichs' Fashion Quarterly, 

Ridley's Fashion Magazine, i 



weekly, 
semi-monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

montnly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly. 

monthly, 
quarterly, 
quarterly, 
quarterly. 



PHILADELPHIA, 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

Godey's Lady's Book, 

.Peterson's Ladies' National Magazine, 

Strawbridge and Clothiers'Qtiarterly 



monthly, 
monthly, 
quarterly. 



TORONTO, 



CANADA. 

Ladies' Journal, 



monthly. 



258 JNO. F. PHILLIPS <fc CO.'S 



The Chicago Herald 

DAILY, SUNDAY, AND WEEKLY. 



MARVELLOUS SUCCESS. 



UNEXCELLED IN TYPOGRAPHICAL APPEARANCE. 
A LARGE AND CONSTANTLY GROWING CIRCULATION. 



HAS ADVERTISING SPACE TO SELL 



JAMES W. SCOTT, Publisher. 



Nos. 12O and 122 Fifth Avenue, 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



1862. 



THE CHICAGO JOURNAL OF COMMERCE, 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. 

WM. BAKER, Publisher, No. 70 State Street, Chicago. 

Published weekly in the interest of American Manufacturers. Engineering, Railroads, Mining, Iron, Steel, Hardware, 

and Metal Trades. 

A Five-Column Quarto of 4O to 48 Pages. Subscription Price, Four Dollars per Annum. 

As a medium for advertisers the JOURNAL stands unrivalled, from the fact that it is the largest, most reliable, and 
has a greater bona-flde circulation among leading manufacturers, merchants, and business men generally, than any 
other strictly commercial paper In I be West. It circulates in almost every town and village in tiiu following Stales 
and Territories : Illinois, Dakota, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, California, Montana, Washington, Nebraska, 
Arkansas, Minnesota, Kansas. Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin, Colorado. Michigan, Iowa, Wyoming, Oregon. 
In addition to these States, it has a very large circulation in New York, Pennsylvania, the New Eng.and and Southern 
States, aa well as in Canada and Europe. 

BRAINARD'S 

Illustrated Musical World, 



Published by S. BRAINARD'S SONS, Cleveland, Ohio. 

The oldest and most successful musical monthly in the United States. Established in 1864, and published regu- 
larly for over Twenty Years. Bona-flde circulation for 1884 over 1 5.OOO copies monthly, and among the very best 
class of readers. Rules, Twenty Cents per line, each insertion. No discounts. Nine words to one line ; Twelve 
lines to one inch. Each number contains Forty Pages of choice musical reading, beautiful new 
music, and fine illustrations. No objectionable advertisements admitted. Sample mailed to any advertiser on 
application. 

A. RARE ADVERTISINGS MEDIUM. 



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FINANCIAL AND COMMEHCIAL LIST. 



A LIST OF THE LEADING FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL PAPERS. THOSE HAVING CIBCULATIONS APPROACHING 
5,000 WILL BE FOUND FULLY DESCRIBED IN THE BODY OF THIS WORK. 



SAN FRANCISCO, 



CALIFORNIA. 

Exchange. 

California Grocer, 

Commercial Herald and Market Review, 

Grocer and Country Merchant, 

Merchant, 



daily and weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly, 
weekly. 



COLORADO. 

CA SON CITY, Mining Gazette, 

DENVER, Rocky Mountain Mining Review, 



weekly, 
weekly. 



WILMINGTON. 



DELAWARE. 

Peninsular Trade Journal, 



weekly. 



CHICAGO, 



MO LINE, 
QUINCY, 



ILLINOIS. 

Drovei s' Journal. daily and weekly. 

Commercial Bulletin, weekly. 

Commercial Review, weekly. 

Grain and Provision Review weekly. 

Grocer, weekly. 

Grocers' Criterion, weekly. 

Industrial World, weekly. 

Journal of Commerce, weekly. 

Mining Review, weekly. 

Railway Age, weekly. 

Railway Review, weekly. 

Shoe and Leather Review, weekly. 
American Furniture Gazette, semi-monthly. 

American Miller, monthly. 

Bookseller and Stationer, monthly. 

Brauer und Malzer, German, monthly. 

Druggist, monthly. 

Picture and Art Trade, monthly. 

Railway Purchasing Agent, monthly. 

Western Brewer, monthly. 

Western Carriage, Wagon and Harness Journal. monthly. 

Western Paper Trade, monthly. 

Modern Miller, monthly. 

Commercial Review, weekly. 

Manufacturers' Exchange, monthly. 



INDIANA. 

INDIANAPOLIS, Live Stock Review and Price Current, 

Millstone, 



tri-weekly. 
monthly. 



KENTUCKY. 

LOUISVILLE, Southern Manufacturer and Builder, monthly. 

LOUISIANA. 

NEW ORLEANS, Commercial Bulletin, Price Current and Shipping List, semi-weekly. 

Sugar Planter, weekly. 

MARYLAND. 

BALTIMORE, Grocer, weekly. 

Journal of Commerce and Manufacturers' Record, weekly. 

Market Journal. weekly. 

Sea World and Packers' Journal, weekly. 

Trade, weekly. 

Herald, monthly. 



260 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & COSS 



Mirror of American Sports, 



ZLL. 
A FIRST-CLASS WEEKLY JOURNAL OF GENTLEMANLY SPORTS. 



jusauu papors IK ueu, is reasoiianie, tquuauiu, aiiu it just vaiue lur uii naveruBing ; we nave, 
easure, adopted this rate for a basis upon whicli to make a charge for all advertisements 



inserted in THE (Weekly) MIKKOB, 




WHERE IT CIRCULATES. 

THE MIRROR circulates regularly, and is read by many persons in every one of the following mentioned places in 
America : All the Hotels, Private and Public Club Rooms, Turf Associations, Sportsmen's Clubs, Bicycle Clubs, 
Base-Ball Clubs, Boating Clubs, Athletic Organizations of all kinds, Billiard Halls and Rooms. Cigar Parlors and 
Smoking Rooms, Stable Offices and Turf Resorts, Rotail and Wholesale Liquor Stores, Saloons, Bar Rooms, Breweries, 
etc., etc., the number of which is upward of 100,000, and the list is constantly being revised, corrected, and added to. 

THE MIKKOK has been published for upward of twenty-five years, and is already too fairly established to admit 
of any doubt as to its future. It has now a large and increasing subscription and advertising patronage, and the fact 
that, such well-known and influential firms as The J. M. Brunswick & Balke Co., the most extensive manufacturers 
of Billiard Tables in the world, A. G. Spalding & Bro.. the leading Sporting Goods House of America, and Chas. Pick 
& Co., the extensive dealers in Bar Supplies and Glass Ware, and others the fact that such firms have for years 
invested from one to six thousand dollars yearly in advertising in TIIE MIRROR speaks volumes for its value and 
estimation as an advertising medium. 



Nonpareil type measure, 12 lines to the inch, seven cents a line 84 cents an inch each insertion, inside. Outside 
$1 an inch. No discount for repeated insertions. No extra charge for cuts or display ads. 

Quarter Page equal to one column of 13 inches ................... $10 each insertion. 

Half " " two " " " ................... MO " " 

Full " " four " " " ................... $40 " " 

Reading Notices, 25 cents a line. 

Address all communications to Box 224, Chicago, 111. 

The Cincinnati Anzeiger, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



, STJIVDAY, AJVD 



A LEADING GERMAN DAILY. 

The commanding position, occupied "by this excel- 
lent G-erman evening paper, and the -wide and, very 
large circulation enjoyed ~by its various editions, 
combine to ma~k.e its advertising columns particu- 
larly desirable to the advertising public. 

JVo G-erman Daily in the West will prove a better 
advertising medium. Rates ivill be furnished on 
application, to 

CINCINNATI ANZEIOER, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



NEWSPAPER RATE-BOOK. 



261 





FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL LIST Continued. 






MASSACHUSETTS. 




BOSTON, 


Commercial and Shipping List, 
American Carpet Reporter and Decorator, 


semi-weekly, 
weekly. 




Banker and Tradesman, 


weekly. 




Commercial Ajre, 


weekly. 




Commercial Bulletin. 


weekly. 




Cotton, Wool and Iron. 


weekly. 




Manufacturers' Gazette, 


weekly. 




New England Grocer, 
Boot and Shoe Recorder, 


weekly, 
monthly. 


HOLYOKE, 


Manufacturer and Industrial Gazette, 


monthly. 




Paper World, 


monthly. 


NEW BEDFORD. 


, Whalemen's Shipping List, 


weekly. 




MICHIGAN. 




BAY CITY, 


Lumberman's Gazette, 


weekly. 


DETROIT, 


Marine News, 


weekly. 




Price Current, 


weekly. 


GRAND RAPIDS 


, Michigan Artisan, 


monthly. 




MINNESOTA. 




MINNEAPOLIS, 


Mississippi Valley Lumberman and Manufacturer, 


weekly. 




Northwestern Miller, . 


monthly. 




Wood and Iron, 


monthly. 




MISSOURI. 




KANSAS CITY, 


Price Current, 


daily and weekly. 


ST. LOUIS, 


Age of Steel, 


weekly. 




Commercial Gazette, 


weekly. 




Drusgist, 


weekly. 




Dry Goods and Grocery Reporter, 


weekly. 




Grocer, 


weekly. 




Midland Industrial Gazette, 


weekly. 




Railway Register, 


weekly. 




Miller, 


semi-monthly. 




Stove and Hardware Reporter, 


semi-monthly. 




Western Trade Journal, 


semi-monthly. 




American'Trade Journal and Grain Review, 


monthly. 




Drug World, 


monthly. 




Furniture Manufacturer, 


monthly. 




NEW JERSEY. 




NEWARK, 


Coach Painter, 


monthly. 




American Saddler, 


quarterly. 




NEW YORK. 




BUFFALO, 


Mercantile Review, 


weekly. 




Milling World, 


weekly. 




American Tanner, 


monthly. 




Lumber World, 


r - monthly. 


NEW YORK, 


Commercial Bulletin, 


daily and weekly. 




Journal of Commerce, 


daily. 




Stockholder, 


daily and weekly. 




Wall Street News, 


daily. 




Shipping and Commercial List and Pries Current, 


semi-weekly. 




American Dairyman and Butter, Cheese and Egg 


Reporter, weekly. 




American Grocer, 


weekly. 




American Iron News, 


weekly. 




American Protectionist, 


weekly. 




American Railroad Journal, 


weekly. 




American Stationer, 


weekly. 




Bradstreet's, 


weekly. 




Coal Trade Journal, 


weekly. 




Commercial and Financial Chronicle, 


weekly. 




Commercial Gazette, 


weekly. 




Commercial World and United States (Exporter, 
Crockery and Glass Journal, 


weekly, 
weekly. 




Deutsch-Araerikanischer Grocer, German, 


weekly. 




Drug News, 


weekly 




Dry Goods Bulletin and Textile Manufactuier 


weekly. 




Economist, 


weekly. 




Handels-Zeitimg, German, 


weekly. 




Independent Record, 


weekly. 




Iron Age, 


weekly. 


Mackey's Dry Goods Price List and Memorandum, weekly. 
Maritime Register, weekly. 


i 


Maritime Reporter, 


weekly. 




Mercantile Journal, 


weekly. 




Merchants' and Manufacturers' Review, 


weekly. 




Merchants' Review, 


weekly. 




Mining Record, 


weekly. 



263 JNO. F. PHILLIPS & co:u 



The Buffalo Evening News, 

BUFFALO, NEW YORK. 

See the circulation of all other Buffalo papers In this book and then look at the circulation of the EVENING NEWS. 
It will pay you to do it ! The Buffalo EVENING NEWS has a circulation of 

, 133,OOO A. WEEK, 
OVER HAJLiE 1 A. MIL, LION A. MONTH ! 



THE SUNDAY NEWS, 



The oldest Sunday paper in Western New York, has the largest circulation and consequently is the most popular. 
The proprietor of the NEWS might take up two or throe pages of Mr. Phillips's book mentioning special features and 
telling why the NEWS has such an extensive circulation, but it is unnecessary. Any one with brain-* knows that 
only a real enterprising, live newspaper gets a large circulation, and, as the NEWS has it, it may fairly be conceded that 
the paper is what the people wa'nt a NE \vs-paper. Here are a few facts that the reader will please remember: 
REMEMltEK that the EVENING NEWS has the largest circulation of any paper in this State outside N. Y. City. 
Jt R!H EM ItEK that the circulation of the EVENING NEWS is constantly increasing. 

HEM KM It E It that the EVENING NEWS reaches all classes of people and is read hy everybody rich and poor alike. 
REMEMRER the EVENING NEWS is emphatically a household paper, and its columns are read by every family in 

Buffalo. 

RISMEMR KR that the EVENING NEWS has a reputation for reliability as well as enterprise, taste and spirit ; adver- 
tisements appearing in its columns share in the favor with which its news and editorial departments are regarded. 

THE BUFFALO EVENING NEWS 

Has attained its present unexampled prosperity by giving its readers ALL THE NEWS from all sources local and 
telegraphic. It has, in addition to its regular United Press Reports, special telegraphic correspondents at New York, 
Washington, Albany, and other important points, and spares no expense to secure full details of all important events 
at, the earliest possible moment. The EVENING NEWS was the first paper in Buffalo modelled on the principles of 
METROPOLITAN JOURNALISM, and the public have not been slow to notice its wonderful success and realize its 
value as an advertising medium. 

ivertising rates made known at the counting-room. 

E. H. BUTLER, Editor and Proprietor. 

BOI-STOIV, 



WIDE AWAKE. 



$3 a year. WIDE AWAKE is the best, the largest, the most entertaining, the most beautifully illustrated, and 
the widest in range, of all magazines for young people. 

B A BYLA N D. 

50 cents a year. No home where a baby laughs and coos can be complete without this dainty monthly) 
edited by the editors of WIDE AWAKE. 

OUR LITTLE MEN AND WOMEN. 

$1 a year. The little men and women just beginning to read for themselves will find this charming monthly a 
treasure-box of short-sentence stories and poems. As a special feature six full-page pictures are given monthly. 

PA NSY. 

75 cents a year. The favorite pictorial Sunday magazine for the children. It is edited by the author of the 
Pansy Books-' Pansy" herself. We especially wish to call the attention of advertisers to the fact that these magazines 
are as eagerly read by the older members of the family as by the young people for whom they are intended. Every 
number is carefu ly preserved and read again and again. 

D. LOTHROP & CO., Publishers, Boston, M ass. 

"THE PEOPI.E," "THE IV. H. PATRIOT," 

Established June 11, 1868. Established April 18, 1809. 

The People and lew Hampshire Patriot, 

COIVCORI), TV. II. 

PEARSON & PATTEE, - Proprietors. 



Tin Leading Democratic and Agricul'-urarNewspaper of the State. Form, 8 pages; S.'ze, 30s 46 1-2. 



The circulation reaches 10*6 different Post-offices, including every one in New Hampshire, and circulates largely 
among the agricultural class. Independent and otitspokmi, it is opposed to Monopoly in every form. Agricult- 
ural, State, and general news, politics, domestic economy, stories, market reports, and sporting generalities, are each 
given a place. Circulation, 1O,5OO. Terms, $1.25 per year, in advance. Address all communications to 

PEOPLE AND PATRIOT, Concord, N. H. 



NEWSPAPER RATEBOOK. 



263 



FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL LIST Continued. 

NEW YORK. 

NEW YORK, Mining Stock Register and Journal of Finance, weekly. 

Oi! and Paint Review, weekly. 

Oil, Paint and Drug Reporter, weekly. 

Pfiper Trade Journal, weekly. 

Public, weekly. 

Publishers 1 Weekly, weekly. 

Railroad Gazette, weekly. 

Retailer, weekly. 

Sewing Machine Journal, weekly. 

Sheldon's Dry Goods Price List, weekly. 

Shipping Gazette and Travellers 1 Guide, weekly. 

Shoe and Leather Reporter, weekly. 
Thompson Bank Note and Commercial Reporter, w'kly and monthly. 

Tobuceo Leaf, weekly. 

Trade Bureau, weekly. 

United States Economist and Dry Goods Reporter, weekly. 

United States Tobacco Journal, weekly. 
American Bookseller, semi-monthly. 
B >n fort's Wine and Spirit Circular, sem -monthly. 
Carpet Trade and Review, sum -monthly. 
Deutsch-Amer. Apotheker Zeitung, German, sem -monthly. 
Gcyer's Stationer, sem -monthly. 
Notions and Fancy Goods Record and Silk Reporter, sem -monthly. 
Wine and Spirit Review, sem -monthly. 

American Bottler. monthly. 
American Brewers 1 Gazette and Malt and Hop Trades 

Review, monthly. 

American Druggist, monthly. 

American Exporter, monthly. 

American Mail and Export Journal, monthly. 

j American Wine and Grape Grower, monthly. 

Bankers 1 Magazine, monthly. 
Brewers 1 Journal and Barley, Malt and Hop Trades 

Reporter, monthly. 

Bullion. monthly. 

Clothier and Furnisher, monthly. 

Cnnfectioi er, monthly. 

Country Merchant, monthly. 

Decorator and Furnisher, monthly 

Drake^ Travellers 1 Magazine, niomhly. 

Druggists 1 Circular and Chemical Gazette, monthly. 

El Commercio, Spanish, monthly. 

El Espejo, Spanish, monthly. 

Fancy Grocers' Monthly, monthly. 

Furnishing Goods Trade Review, monthly. 

Furniture Trade Review, monthly. 

Geyer's American Merchant, monthly. 

Harness and Carriage Journal, monthly. 

Hat, Cap and Fur Trade Review, monthly. 

Hatter and Furrier, monthly. 

Insurance and Commercial Magazine, monthly. 

La Industria, Spanish, monthly. 

Manufacturers 1 Review and Industrial Record, monthly. 

Millinery Guide, , monthly. 

National Press and Bottlers 1 Advocate. monthly. 

Paper Trade Reporter, monthly. 

Railroad Age, monthly. 

Rhodes' Journal of Banking, monthly. 

Shoe and Leather Manufacturer, monthly. 

Silk Culture and Home Industries, monthly. 



OHIO. 

CINCINNATI, Grocer, weekly. 

Live Stock Review, weekly. 

Merchant and Manufacturer, weekly. 

Price Current and Commercial Review, weekly* 

Trade List, weekly. 

Western Tobacco Journal, weekly. 

National Dniggict's Journal, every other week. 

Furniture World, semi-monthly. 

CLEVELAND, Iron Trade Review, weekly. 

Western Machinist, monthly. 

Painter, monthly. 

TOLEDO, Manufacturer, monthly. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

PHILADELPHIA, North American, daily. 

Bulletin of the American Iron and Steel Association, weekly. 

Bullion Mint-rand Coal Record, weekly. 

Business Advocate, weekly. 

Cash Grocer, weekly. 

Commercial List and Price Current, weekly. 

Grocer, weekly 



2C4 



JNO. F. PHILLIPS & OO.'S 




The Leading Literary and Family Journal of the West. 

A large 8-page Weekly, containing forty-eight columns of original and selected reading matter for 
THE HOME CIRCLE, 

Comprising Continued Stories, Short Tales, Sketches. Selections from the Leading Humorists 

and Paragraphers of the Day. Poetry, Home Miscellany, Reading for Farmers, 

Reading for Mechanics, RE_ADj_NG FOR EVERYBODY. 

The CINCINNATI SATURDAY NIGHT was started in 1872, and is now one of the best established FAMILY JOUR- 
NALS in the country, with a large and rapidly increasing circulation. It reaches every State and Territory in ihe 
United States and the Provinces of Canada. Its 

CIRCULATION IN CINCINNATI 

and suburban towns is very large, rendering it an excellent ADVERTISING lYIIiDHJItt for such advertisers 
as desire to reach the homes of the people. , 

TETfcJMS: 

$'J a year, in. advance, pontage free; six month* $1 ; three months, SO cents. 'Clubs of fire, 
$1.5O each; cltibs of ten or nioi-e, $1.25 each, free paper one year to aetter-np of club. 



J". O. 



78, 79, 80, and 81 Johnston Building, 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 



Has the Largest Circulation of any Monthly Literary Paper published in Massachusetts, 
circulating in every State and Territory in the Union. 



ONE OF THE BEST. 



SOCIAL VISITOR MAGAZINE, 



BOSTON, MASS. 



Twelfth year of publication. Cir 




JNO. F. PHILLIPS & CO., 29 Park Row, New York. 




The leading paper of the Methodist denomination in Western Neiv TorJc. 
Circulation is entirely among ivell-to-do families able and willing to pur- 
chase any desirable artidle that may be advertised in its columns. Adver- 
tising rates very low, quality and quantity of circulation considered. 

Address the CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, Buffalo, N. Y. 



IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE IN 

FARM AND FIRESIDE 



SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. 



C I R C II L A. T I O 3ST 








COPIES EA.CH ISSUE. 



FARM AND FIRESIDE is the only AgriculturalJournal in the United States that opens its entire establishment to 
advertisers or their representatives at any and all times, and urges them to examine the subscription-books and mai* 
lists. We guarantee 153,000 copies each issue and have nothing to hide from' advertisers or any one else. 

No Agricultural Journal in the world but ours will guarantee so many copies. 

We claim that FARM AND FIRESIDE is the very best advertising medium in the United States, and gives more 
actual circulation for the money than any other Agricultural and Home Journal. Were we to claim Jive circulation 
for each copy printed, as many publishers do, we would have 765. OOO Circulation eacli Issue. 

FARM AND FIRESIDE has -paid-in-advance subscribers at SJO,597 post-offices (numbering from Ito 305 subscribers 
at each post-office), as follows : 



Alabama 

Arizona ............. . . 

Arkansas ..... '. .'. . . . : 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Dakota 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho .......... -. 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Indian Territory ... 

Iowa .................. 

Kansas ................ 



335 
22 
439 
463 
102 
237 
151 
43 

131 
314 

44 
,199 
879 

21 
S70 
715 



Kentucky 437 

Louisiana 15G 

Maine 157 

Maryland 306 

Massachusetts 294 

Michigan 791 

Minnesota 284 

Mississippi 293 

Missouri. 829 

Montana 44 

Nebraska 359 

Nevada 23 

New Hampshire 134 

New Jersey 255 

New Mexico 18 

New York 1,951 



North Carolina " 401 

Ohio 2,067 

Oregon 175 

Pennsylvania 1,826 

Rhode Island 48 

South Carolina 201 

Tennessee 019 

Texas 698 

Utah 77 

Vermont 114 

Virginia 778 

Washington 109 

West Virginia 414 

Wisconsin 522 

Wyoming 10 

Canada 237 

Foreign 11 



TOTAL NUMBER OF POST-OFFICES, 20,597. 



The Greatest Circulation ever Attained by any Agricultural 
Journal ever Published, 



As a rule, farmers subscribe for but one paper; therefore, our immense subscription list cannot be reached by 
any other medium. 

Write for estimates, which w& cheerfully furnLs'h free. ; send copy or mention the space you wish to occupy ; state 
the number of times to be inserted, and we will give you the price by return mail. 

(SEE OTHER SIDE OF THIS SHEET.) 



->283,OQO COPIES*- 

EACH AND EVERY ISSUE. 

FARM AND FIRESIDE, - - - 153,000 

YOUNQ FOLKS' CIRCLE, - - - 50,000 

HOME COMPANION, - - - - 60,000 

Total Circulation (Copies), - - 263,OOO 



"Farm and Fireside" Reaches the Farmers. 
Young Folks' Circle" Circulates Largely in Cities and Towns. 
'The Home Companion" Circulates among all Classes. 



Advertising Rates Loiver, in proportion to Actual Circulation, than any 

Papers Published Anywhere. 



Best and Cheapest Advertising Mediums in the Union. Published near the Centre 
of Population, and Circulated in the Richest Portion of the United States. 




OVER ONE MILLION PEOPLE 




Read Our Three Papers Every Two Weeks, 



THE SHREWDEST ADVERTISERS USE THEM, AND SAY OUR PAPERS PAY BETTER 

THAN ANY OTHERS. 

MAST, CROWELL & KIRKPATRICK, Publishers, 



(8KB OTHER SIDE OF THIS SHEET.) 



NEWSPAPER RA TE-B OK. 



FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL LIST Continued. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

PHILADELPHIA, Grocers' Price Current, 

Iron, 

Merchants' Guide, 

Mining Herald and Colliery Engineer, 

Mining Journal, 

National Brewer and Maltster, 

Philadelphia!!, 

Railway World, 

Tobacconist, 

Traveler, 

American Silk and Fruit Culturist, 
'American Textile Manufacturer, 

Carpet Trade, 

Confectioners' Journal, 

Hosiery and Knit Goods Manufacturer, 

Millers' Review, 

Textile Journal, 

Textile Record of America, 
PITTSBURGH, American Manufacturer and Iron World, 

A