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Newspaper

Catalogue.

A LIST OF THE NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES AND TERRITORIES, AND CANADA, WITH DATE OF ESTABLISHMENT, TIME OR DAY OF ISSUE, POLITICS, DENOMINATION OR SPECIAL CHARACTER, AND THE ACTUAL OR ESTIMATED NUMBER OF COPIES PRINTED OF EACH ISSUE. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY BY STATES, CITIES AND TOWNS, ACCORDING TO FREQUENCY OF ISSUE, AND GIVING ALSO THE POPULATION OF THE PLACES OF PUBLICATION; AND THE COUN- TIES IN WHICH THEY ARE LOCATED.

WITH A RULED SPACE FOR MEMORANDA AGAINST EACH PUBLICATION, IN

WHICH CAN BE NOTED DATES OF CONTRACTS, CONDITIONS AND

PRICES, PAGES OF BOOKS ON WHICH ADVERTISING ORDERS

ARE COPIED, AND OTHER DETAILS.

FOLLOWED BY A COMPLETE CLASSIFIED LIST OF ALL RELIGIOUS,

AGRICULTURAL AND CLASS PUBLICATIONS AND THOSE IN

FOREIGN LANGUAGES.

PUBLISHED ANNUALLY.

1894-5 EDITION.

NEW YORK.

DAUCHY & COMPANY,

Newspaper Advertisement Agency,

27 Park Place and 2i-26 Murray Street

COPYEIGHT 189 i BY

DAUCHY & COMPANY.

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CONTENTS.

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA.

Pages.

ALABAMA 11- IT

ARKANSAS IS- 24

CALIFORNIA 25-40

COLORADO 41-48

CONNECTICUT 49-54

DELAWARE 55-56

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 57-58

FLORIDA 59-62

GEORGIA 63-71

IDAHO 72-73

ILLINOIS 74-110

LNDLiNA 111-129

IOWA 130-154

KANSAS 155-174

KENTUCKY 175-1S2

LOUISIANA 183-187

MAINE 188-192

MARYLAND 193-197

MASSACHUSETTS 198-216

MICHIGAN 217-235

MINNESOTA 236-250

MISSISSIPPI 251-255

MISSOURI '. 256-27S

MONTANA 279-2S1

NEBRASKA 2S2-299

NEVADA 300

NEW HAMPSHIRE 301-305

NEW JERSEY 306-315

NEW YORK 316-359

NORTH CAROLINA 360-365

NORTH DAKOTA 366-369

OHIO 370-395

OREGON

PENNSYLVANIA . . . RHODE ISLAND.... SOUTH CAROLINA. SOUTH DAKOTA....

TEXNESSKK

TEXAS

VERMONT

VIRGINIA

WASHINGTON

WEST VIRGINIA . . .

WISCONSIN

WYOMING

Pages.

396^00

401-433

434-435

436^139

440^147

44SH155

456-474

475-477

47S-4S4

4S5^191

492-196

497-510

511-512

TERRITORIES.

ALASKA

ARIZONA

INDIAN TERRITORY

NEW MEXICO

OKLAHOMA

UTAH

DOMINION OF CANADA.

BRITISH COLUMBIA.

MANITOBA

NEW BRUNSWICK

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

NOVA SCOTIA

ONTARIO

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

QUEBEC

NEWFOUNDLAND

513 514-515 516-51T 518-519 520-522 523-524

526 527-52S 529-530

531 532-533 534-546

547 54S-551

552

NEWSPAPERS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES

CO-OPERATIVE NEWSPAPER LISTS

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENTS

DAUCHY & COMPANY'S POPULAR LOCAL LISTS. . INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS

554-564 609 611 563

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CLASS PUBLICATIONS

Page.

Agents 606

Agriculture.. 573

Ancient Order of United Workmen. 600

Architecture 584

Array 605

Art 5S5

Barbers 5S9

Bee-keepine 574

Benevolent^ 604

Boots and Shoes 592

Bottling 590

Brewing 590

Building 584

Building Loan Associations 601

Caps 591

Carriages .- 590

Clothing 590 I

Coal and Gas 590

College 579

Commercial 585

Commercial Reports 587

Confectionery 591

Crockery 591

Cycling 599

Dairying. '. 575

Deaf Mate 5S1

Decorating and Furnishing. 585

Dental 596

Domestic 597

Drama 599

Dinars 596

Dry"Gooda 590

Education 577

Electricity 587

Engineering 588

Family 597

Fashions 598

Financial 585

Firemen 604

Floriculture 575

Page.

Furnishing Goods 590

Furniture 590

Furs 591

Gas 590

Glassware 591

Grand Army of the Republic 601

Groceries 591

Hardware 591

Harness 592

Hats 591

History 59S

Horticulture 575

Hotels 592

House Furnishing 591

Household 60S

Humorous 582

Hygiene 595

Ice 592

Immigration 606

Insurance 583

Inventions 5S9

Jewelry 592

Juvenile 582

Knights of Pythias 601

Laundry 592

Leather 592

Legal 5S3

Liquors 590

Live Stock 575

Lumber 592

Machinery 587

Magazines 597

Masonic 602

Mechanics 588

Medical. ; 594

Metals 587

Milling 58S

Mining. 58S

Miscellaneous Fraternal Societies . 603 Music 599

Page.

Navy 605

Notions 590

Odd-Fellowship 602

Paints 596

Paper 592

Patents 589

Patrons of Husbandry 602

Penmanship 5S2

Pharmaceutical 596

Philanthropic 604

Philately 605

Phonic 582

Photography 593

Plumbing 5S9

Postal 593

Poultry 576

Printing 593

Prohibition 606

Provisions 591

Railroads 593

Railway Employees 603

Real Estate 5S4

Religious 565

Sanitary 589

Scientific 589

Seamen 604

Sewing Machines 593

Shipping 5S9

Shoes 592

Single Tax 605

Society 600

Sporting 598

Stationery 592

Stenography 5S2

Temperance 606

Tobacco 593

Undertakers 594

Upholstery 590

Woman Suffrage 606

DAUCHY & COMPANY'S

NEWSPAPER CATALOGUE.

CHANGE IN PUBLICATION DATE.

This directory has heretofore been issued in September, but we have decided to postpone the date to December, and have given this volume the date 1894-5. Among the reasons which have made this change seem desirable is the fact that when issued in September the year of issue had only three months to run and the Catalogue soon bore last year's date. Another is that the autumn months are more fruitful of new enterprises in publication and changes in old ones than the summer, and a postponement of three months in the date of going to press adds to the completeness and accuracy of such a work as this.

Besides the change in date of publication we have made no changes in the plan of this directory, but with each year we are able to make it fuller and more complete. This is now the fifth year of publication of this work and as its sale has increased each year we know that it has made a place among advertisers and become necessary to them

AS A DESK BOOK,

to be always at hand for easy reference. It is compact and convenient. All matter not actually useful and necessary to advertisers is omitted to save bulk, and great care has been taken in the binding to make it open flat upon the desk. The type is new, clear and legible. It is used for this work alone. The paper is fine enough for writing upon, and the presswork the best, so that it is, typographically, the handsomest of the three complete directories now published. There are certain

SPECIAL EEATUKES

of this Catalogue which are not embodied in any other and which are the excuse for its existence, and which have been found fully as desirable by advertisers as we expected when some of our customers first urged its publication. The principal one is a

SPACE FOR MEMORANDA against the name of each paper in this catalogue, inclosed in dotted bines. Any advertiser who has attempted to use a newspaper directory to keep memoranda in has realized the impossibility of notes on narrow margins and soft paper. But the advantage of having a space in which can be recorded the date ami amount of contracts, the first and "0 K" dates of the insertion of advertisements, the

INTRODUCTION.

•date of bills and their payment and other memoranda cannot be overstated. Once used in this way our Catalogue becomes indispensable and affords the only satisfactory method of keeping such information compactly and systematically. It is used also in the checking departments of advertisers and advertising agents as an index to checking books. Some films use several copies of each issue in this way.

WE MARK CO-OPERATIVE PAPERS Tvith the letter "C," and ours is the only newspaper catalogue in which they are so designated. This knowledge is of great advantage to the advertiser, who needs to know, when making up his lists, whether a paper is printed all at home or not. If it is a "patent outside " or " patent inside," i. e., prints only one side of its sheet at home, the other side being printed in some large city, he will class it differently from the all-home-print papers. The co-operative papers in this book are so marked from the various lists sent out by the co-operative publishing companies. But those lists are constantly changing owing to papers taking up the " patent" plan or discarding it, so a few papers may be marked patent which are not now, and vice versa. But, although absolute accuracy in this respect is impossible, we think we have come as near to it as can be.

NARROW COLUMNS.

The number of papers, mostly among the large dailies, whose columns are so narrow that they cannot take cuts over two inches wide, is increasing. Advertisers are often put to expense and annoy- ance by not knowing, before they prepare then- cuts and copy, which these narrow-columned papers ■are. To meet this difficulty we have marked with an upright cross all publications which cannot use cuts over two inches wide. Ours is the only newspaper directory which attempts this. It should be consulted before sending out cuts.

CIRCULATION STATEMENTS.

The actual circulation of many publications is one of those things which " no fellow can find out." If the facts could always be known how many vexed questions would be settled, how easily the right price for advertising could be determined ! But we do not attempt the impossible, nor lay claim to an absolute accuracy which is impossible, in our statements of newspaper circulations. We can only say that we go about the collecting of our information carefully and systematically. We have the advantage of an experience of nearly thirty years of actual contact with all classes of publications in which their circulation has been the most important consideration, while we have also, in our relations with advertisers, an insight into the subject from their standpoint. We believe that our statements of circulation are as accurate as can be obtained. We have indicated all cases where sworn statements, properly filled out, have been made to us by publishers. When they have supplied us with detailed statements, which we have no reason to doubt, we have noted it by the word "claimed." In using the word "claimed" we do not intend to throw any doubt upon the statements of the publishers ; on the contrary, we do not so mark them if we have any reason to think them unreasonable. In cases where we have had neither affidavits nor acceptable claims, we have set down the circulation without marks, signifying that we place it at that figure from all the information, direct or indirect, which we have. If we have done

DAUCHY & COMPANY'S NEWSPAPER CATALOGUE.

injustice to any publication in our circulation statements, it has not been intentional, and we will gladly rectify it in our next issue, if brought to our attention. In a comparatively few cases we have left the circulation column blank, either because we have been unable to find sufficient information on which to base a statement, or because the publication has been established within a year and has probably not had time to build up a bona fide circulation. We have also omitted the circulation rating from a few publications which are simply advertising mediums or price-lists of certain business houses. We have also omitted froin this Catalogue most publications which do not insert advertisements, and some of those which are simply circulars, or advertising sheets issued by business houses in the form of newspapers or magazines.

POPULATIONS.

These are taken from the Federal census of 1890. In the cases of some small villages or towns, where the census gives only the population of the whole township, we have obtained the village population from other reliable sources.

SUNDAY EDITIONS.

As it is often important to know whether a daily paper is published on Sunday or not, we repeat here the information, given elsewhere, that all dailies put down as being issued in the morning are published every day in the week, inch/ding Sundays, unless expressly stated to the contrary. It will be noticed that in some cases the Sunday edition is expressly mentioned by itself and its circu- lation given. This is where the Sunday edition varies considerably in circulation from that on other day < of the week. Evening dailies are published six days in the week only and not on Sundays, unless otherwise specified. Some daily papers are noted, for instance, thus: "Mor ex Mon" which signifies that they are published every morning, including Sunday, but not on Monday.

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISEMENTS.

We have admitted to this book a few advertisements of leading publications, but have kept 'hem within such limited bounds that the book is not bulky nor too cumbersome for practical use. This catalogue is not issued as a mere advertising scheme, and we do not wish to give it that appearance by making it two-thirds advertising matter. In order to make such advertisements as we have admitted more effective, we have referred to them (giving the page) in the body of the catalogue, under the name of "the paper. We give, also, on pages 677 to 678 an index to these advertisements to assist reference to them. Advertisers will obtain additional information of interest, impossible to incorporate in the body of the book, by referring to the advertisements.

FUTURE ISSUES OF THIS CATALOGUE. This Directory is issued yearly, in December, and is always open to correction up to the date of going to press, about October first. We know there is always room for improvement in a work of this character, and we shall feel grateful for anjr suggestions to that end or corrections from

publishers or advertisers.

DAUCHY & COMPANY. December, 1894.

OURSELVES.

We conduct an agency for the insertion of advertisements in all the periodical publications of the United States and Canada, and, through our London representatives, the well-known house of Messrs. Street & Co., we insert advertisements in all the publications of Great Britain or continental Europe.

The functions of the newspaper advertising agent are now so well understood that it seems hardly necessary to explain that we furnish estimates of cost, prepare drawings and write copy for advertisements, set them up in type, and make and send out all electrotyped or stereotyped cuts. "We send the orders for advertising to the papers, examine and check up the insertion of each advertise- ment in each issue of the papers, and notify the publishers at once of wrong insertions. We see that each paper completes the order, according to contract, and furnish detailed bills to the advertiser, to whom we give access to our newspaper files, for examination of each insertion of his 'advertisement in each paper.

These, however, are the usual functions of a properly equipped advertising agency. The advantage of employing a large agency like ours is that we can save the advertiser money in placing contracts. We have the experience, without which it is impossible to know what advertising space is worth or can be obtained for. Capital, energy, ability, we have, but all without experience are nothing. We know what advertising space can be bought for, because we know what the leading advertisers are paying for it. If a publisher is accepting a lower figure this year than last we know it. We keep constantly in touch with the papers and the advertisers, and we are always posted. We buy space by the year at wholesale in the daily and weekly newspapers, in the magazines, etc.. which we can retail at low prices. In short, we aim to be aggressive and progressive, and we solicit correspondence.

DAUCHY & COMPANY,

Newspaper Advertisement Agents,

27 Park Place and 24-26 Murray Street,

Established 1867. New Yokk.

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DAUCHY & COMPANY'S NEWSPAPER CATALOGUE.

ABBREVIATIONS,

Mor Morning

Eve Evening

D Daily

T. W Tri- Weekly

S.-W Semi-Weekly

W Weekly

B. W Bi-Weekly

S. M Semi-Monthly

M Monthly

B. M Bi-Monthly

S. Q Semi-Quarterly

Q Quarterly

C. H Court House

Co County

Par Parish

Agric'l Agricultural

Cong'l Congregational

Cons Conservative

Dem Democratic

Ind Independent

Meth •. Methodist

Pro Prohibition

Bep Republican

Temp Temperance

Daily Morning papers are published seven days in the week, including Sundays, unless otherwise stated. Evening papers are published six days each week, and not on Swiday!.

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ALABAMA.

ABBEVILLE, c. h., pop. 600 : Henry Co.

Established* Circulation.

Times C 1883 Fri Ind W 725..

ALBERTVILLE, pop. 1,388: Marshall Co.

Marshall Co. News C 1893 Tkur Ind W 500..

ALEXANDER CITY, pop. 1,000: TaUapoosa Co.

Outlook 1892 Fri Dem W

ANDALUSIA, c. h., pop. 625: Covington Co.

Covington Times C 1884 Sat Dem W 400..

ANNISTON, pop. 9,998: Calhoun Co.

Hot Blast 1889 Mor ex Mom.Ind D) 2,100

Times 1889 Thur Ind W)" 1,960..

Medical & Surgical Age ..1889 Medical M 1,500..

ASHLAND, c. h., pop. 400: Clay Co.

Clay Co. Advance C 1888 Fri Dem W 700..

People'sPartyAdvocate.C 1892 Fri.. People's Par W

ASHYILLE, c. h., pop. 500 : St. Clair Co.

Planters' Journal 1892 Thur Ind W

Southern ^gis C 1872 Thur Ind W 475..

Southern Alliance 1891 Th. Far. Alliance W 500..

ATHENS, c. h., pop. 1,000 : Limestone Co.

Alabama Courier C 1880 Thur Dem W 900..

Limestone Democrat.... C 1891 Sat Dem W 430..

ATTALLA, pop. 1,254: Etowah Co.

Herald 1888 Fri Dem W 750..

AYONDALE, pop. 1,642: Jefferson Co.

Budget C 1892 Sat W f250..

BANGOR, pop. 75: Blount Co.

Alabama Patriot 1892 Wed W

BAY MINETTE, pop. 1,022: Baldwin Co.

Our School Banner 1893 M

BESSEMER, pop. 4,544: Jefferson Co.

Bessemer 'Weekly 1887 Sat Ind W 1,200..

Journal C 1888 Thur Dem W 1,500..

BIRMINGHAM, c. h., pop. 26,178: Jefferson Co.

Age-Herald 1877 Mor ex Mon.. Ind D) 6,000

Sunday Edition > 8,500

Herald 1887 Wed Ind W) 18,500..

News 1887 Eve Dem D) 7,362

News 1890 Sun Dem Wj" 9,197.,

Alabama Courier (Ger.)..1893 Sat W

Christian Advocate 1881 Thur.Meth. Epis W 5,000.,

Democrat 1892 Sat Dem W 400.,

Harrison's Pet 1892 Sat ...Negro W

Independent C 1890 Sat Ind W 750.,

Labor Advocate C 1890 Sat Labor W 780.,

Ledger C 1892 Sat Dem W 400..

Southern Catholic 1893 Sat Catholic W

Sunday Morning Star.. .C 1887 Sun Dem W 3,640.

Wide Awake 1887 Fri Negro W 300.,

Baptist C 1889 Baptist M 700.,

Great South 1890 Immigration M 5,000.,

* Sworn, t Claimed. Without marks, estimated.

+ Cats should not be over 2 inches wide. C Co-ODerative.

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BIRMINGHAM— Continued.

Established. Circulation.

Methodist 1892 Methodist M 900

South. Jotir.of Commerce. 1893 Commercial M

Southern Oddfellow 1890 . Odd-Fellowship M 1,500

BLOCTON, pop. 2,709: Bibb Co.

Courier 1891 Fri Dem W 500

BLOUNTSVILLE. c. h., pop. 288: Blount Co.

Blount Chronicle 1891 Thur Dem W 450

BOAZ. pop. 18: Marshall Co.

Sand Mountain Signal. C 1893 Fri Dem W

BREWTON, c. h., pop. 1,115: Escambia Co.

Leader 1892 Tues Dem W 600

Standard Gauge 1887 Thur Dem "W 700

BRIDGEPORT, pop. 1,000: Jackson Co.

News 1890 Sat Rep W 400

BRUNDIDGE, pop. 421 : Pike Co.

News 1893 Fri Ind W

BUTLER, c. h., pop. 220: Choctaw Co.

Choctaw Alliance C 1890 Wd.Far.Alliance W 400

Choctaw Herald C 1876 Thur Dem W 600

CALERA, pop. 1,600: Shelby Co.

Journal 1880 Thur Dem W 500

Shelby News 1890 Th . Far. Alliance W 480

Shelby Sentinel C 1875 Thur Dem W

CAMDEN, c. h., pop. 1,500: Wilcox Co.

Wilcox New Era C 1889 Wed Dem W 500

Wilcox Progress 1887 Wed Dem W 850

CARLISLE, Monroe Co. (see Lovan). CARROLLTON, c. h., pop. 400: Pickens Co.

Pickens Co. News C 1891 Tu.Far. Alliance W

West Alabamian 1850 Wed Dem W 750

CEDAR BLUFF, pop. 200 : Cherokee Co.

Industrial Free Press 1886 Fri Dem W 400

CENTER, c. h., pop. 500: Cherokee Co.

Cherokee Sentinel C 1893 Thur Dem W

Coosa River News C 1878 Fri Dem W 625

CENTERVILLE. c. h., pop. 250: Bibb Co.

Bibb Co. News C 1892 Thru' Ind W

CLANTON, c. h., pop. 700: Chilton Co.

Banner C 1892 Th.. People's Par W

Chilton View C 1881 Thur Dem W 500

Helper 1893 Congregation'! BW

CLAYTON, c. h., pop. 1,000 : Barbour Co.

Courier C 1872 Sat Dem W 480

COLLINSYILLE, pop. 300 : De Kalb Co.

Clipper 1892 Wed Local W 500

COLUMBIA, pop. 960: Henry Co.

Breeze 1892 Thur Dem W

COLUMBIANA, c. h., pop. 500: Shelby Co.

Chronicle C 1S86 Thur Dem W 500

People's Advocate C 1892 Th. People's Par W

COMPTON, pop. : Blount Co.

Clipper C 1894 Fri.... Ind W

COURTLAND, pop. 579 : Lawrence Co.

Press 1893 Thur Rep W

CULLMAN, c. h., pop. 1,017: Cullman Co.

Alabama Tribune 1875 Thur Dem W 1,200

People's Protest 1893 Fri.Far. Alliance W

* Sworn, t Claimed. Without marks, estimated.

+ Cuts should not be over 2 inches wide. C Co-operative.

ALABAMA. 13

DADEYILLE, c. h., pop. 1,200: Tallapoosa Co.

Established. Circulation.

Tallapoosa New Era....C 1886 Thur Dem W 600..

Tallapoosa Voice 1890 Thur Ind W 700.

DAPHNE, e. h., pop. 100: Baldwin Co.

Times C 1890 Sat Bep W 300.

DECATUB, c. h., pop. 2,765 : Morgan Co.

News 1870 Fri Dem W 1,600.

DEMOPOLIS. pop. 1,898: Marengo Co.

Express C 1872 Thur Dem "W 500..

DOTHEN, pop. 200 : Henry Co.

Wire Grass Sifting 1S90 Thur Dem W 275..

DOUBLE SPBINGS, e. h., pop. 200 : Winston Co.

Observer C 1892 "Wed Bep W

Winston Herald 1882 Thur Dem W 300.

EAST LAKE, pop. 250 : Jefferson Co.

Humming Bird C 1892 Sat Ind W

Howard Magazine 1892 College M 400..

EDWABDSTILLE, c. h., pop. 500: Cleburne Co.

Cleburne Plowboy C 1S90 Fri. People's Par W 1,200..

Standard-News C 1889 Thur Dem W 400..

ELBA. c. h., pop. 285: Coffee Co.

Sentinel C 1892 Thur Dem W

EUFAFLA, pop. 4,394 : Barbour Co.

Times 1882 Mor exMon.DemD\ t800

Times and News 1845 Thur Dem Wj t5,500..

Advertiser 1893 We. Far. AllianceW tl,568..

EUTAW, e. h., pop. 1,115 : Greene Co.

Mirror 1880 Wed Dem W 800..

Whig and Observer C 1840 Thur Dem W 850..

EVEEGBEEN, c. h., pop. 1,783 : Conecuh Co.

Star C 1869 Thur Dem W 750..

FAYETTE, c. h., pop. 500: Fayette Co.

News 1890 Th. Far. Alliance W 700..

Sentinel 1880 Fri Ind W 840..

FLOBENCE, c. h., pop. 6,012 : Lauderdale Co.

Gazette C 1883 Thur Dem W 450..

Herald 1889 Tnur Dem W 1,200..

Times 1890 Sat Dem W 1,400..

FOET PAYNE, e. h., pop. 2,698: De Kalb Co.

Journal 1883 Wed Dem W 600..

GADSDEN, c. h., pop. 2,901 : Etowah Co.

Times-News 1867 Wed &Fri.DemSW f2,000..

Tribune C 1893 Fri Dem W

GENEVA, c. h., pop. 600: Geneva Co.

Mirror 1891 Fri Ind W 800..

GEOBGIANA, pop. 700 : Butler Co.

Times-Progress 1893 Fri Ind W

GEEENSBOBO, c. h., pop. 1,759 : Hale Co.

Alabama Beacon C 1835 Wed Dem W 800..

Watchman C 1876 Thur Dem W 620..

University Monthly 1884 College M 250..

GBEENVILLE, c. h., pop. 2,806: Butler Co.

Advocate 1865 Wed Dem W f2,870..

FreeNews 1893 Sat Dem W f500..

GEOVE HILL, c. h., pop. 220: Clarke Co.

Clarke Co. Democrat.. .C 1856 Thur Dem W 500..

GUNTEBSVTXLE, c. h., pop. 500: Marshall Co.

Democrat 1880 Thur Dem W 1,100..

* Sworn, t Claimed- Without marks, estimated.

+ Cuts should not be over 2 inches wide. C Co-operative.

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GURLEY, pop. 570 : Madison Co.

Established. Circulation. Record 1892 Thur W t400

HAMILTON, c. h., pop. 200: Marion Co.

Free Press 1893 Wed W

Times 1885 Thur Dem W 450

HARTSELLS, pop. 700 : Morgan Co.

Alabama Enquirer 1887 Thur Dem W 1,400

HAYNEVILLE, e. h.. pop. 800: Lowndes Co.

Citizen-Examiner C 1868 Thur Dem W 800

Plain Visitor 1893 M

HEFLIN, pop. 400 : Cleburne Co.

New Era C 1890 Thur Dem W 350

HUNTSVILLE, c. h., pop. 7,995: Madison Co.

Argus 1892 MorexMon.Dem D) 750

Argus 1854 Thur Dem W;" 2,500

(See advertisement, page G15.)

Mercury 1885 MorexMon.Dem D) 1,100

Mercury 1815 Wed DeinWj" 3.500

Democrat C 1823 Wed Dem W 750

Gazette C 1879 Sat Rep W 400

Normal Index 1886 ....Educational SM 300

JACKSON, pop. 250 : Clarke Co.

South Alabaniian C 1887 Sat. Far. Alliance W 300

JACKSONVILLE, e. h., pop. 1.237 : Calhoun Co.

Republican 1837 Sat Dem W 1,000

JASPER, c. h.. pop. 1,200: Walker Co.

Mountain Eagle C 1872 Wed Dem W 700

Walker Co. Record C 1893 Fri W

LAFAYETTE, c. h.. pop. 1,369: Chambers Co.

Sun 1880 Wed Dem W 1,000

LEIGHTON, pop. 196: Colbert Co.

News C 1890 Fri Dem W +600 :

LINCOLN, pop. 250 : Talladega Co.

High School Monthly 1892 Educational M

LINDEN, c. h., pop. 250: Marengo Co.

Reform Democrat C 1892 Thur Dem W

Reporter C 1879 Fri Dem W 500

LIVINGSTON, e. h.. pop. 900: Sumter Co.

Journal C 1864 Fri Dem W 700

Sumter Co. Sun C 1889 Thur Dem W 300

LOVAN (Carlisle P. O.), pop. 375: M..nroe Co.

Eagle 1888 Negro S M +1,000

LTJYERNE, pop. 451 : Crenshaw Co.

Liberal C 1893 Thur Dem W

MARION, c. h., pop. 1.982 : Perry Co.

Standard 1878 Wed Dem W 580

MOBILE, c. h., pop. 31,076: Mobile Co.

Evening News 1889 Eve ex Sat.. .Ind D) +3,000

Sunday News 1889 Sun Ind W) +3,500

Herald 1893 Eve ex Sat D>

Herald C 1893 Sun Wj"

Register 1830 Mor & Eve.. Dem D) 4,845

Sunday Edition '- 6,820

Register 1820 Sat ."..Dem W) 6,670

Item 1882 Sat Ind W 1,200

Weekly Sentinel 1892 Sat Rep W +1,050

Commercial 1891 Commercial M 2,500

MONROEVILLE, c. h., pop. 250: Monroe Co.

Monroe Journal 1866 Tues Dem W 600

* Sworn, t Claimed. TTithont marks, estimated.

+ Cnts should not be over 2 inches wide. C Co-operative.

ALABAMA. 15

MONTGOMERY, c. h.. State Capital, pop. 21,883 : Montgomery Co.

Established. Circula tio n.

Advertiser 1840 Mor exMon.Dem D) 5,700

Sunday Edition \- 6,800

Advertiser 1828 Tue Dem W) 8,700..

Evening Journal 1889 Eve Ind D) t3,500

Journal 1893 Sun Ind Wj

Morning Tribune 1893 Mor Dem D

News 1893 Eve D

Siftings 1891 Mor Dem D 1,000..

Alabama Baptist 1874 Thur Baptist W 3,000..

Alliance Herald 1890 Fri.Ear. Alliance W 10,000..

Argus C 1890 Sat Ind W 900

Baptist Leader 1879 Thur Baptist W 1,000 .

Town Topics 1892 Sun W

Southern Agriculturist. ...1890 ... Agricultural S M 1,300..

Educational Ex. Journal. 1890 Educational M 1,200..

Masonic Guide 1S90 Masonic M

MOULTON, c. h., pop. 500: Lawrence Co.

Advertiser C 1828 Thur Dem W 600..

NEWBERN, pop. 500 : Hale Co.

News 1892 Fri W

NEW DECATUR, pop. 3,565: Morgan Co.

Advertiser 1889 Sat Dem W 800.

NEWTON, pup. 2,141 : Dale Co.

Dale Co. Standard C 1893 Thur W

NORMAL, pop. 10 : Madison Co.

Index 1890 Sat.. Educational W 500..

NORTHPORT, pop. 800 : Tuscaloosa Co.

"West Alabama Breeze. C 1889 Thur Ind W 400..

NOTASTTLGA, pop. 1.700: Macon Co.

Universalist Herald 1848 ....Universalist S M 1,200..

OAKMAN, pop. 500 : Walker Co.

Mountain News 1892 Thur Dem W

OBED, pop. 300: Tallapoosa Co.

Alabama Farmer 1893 ..." S M

ONEONTO, e. h., pop. 375: Blount Co.

News-Dispatch C 1888 Thur Dem W 1,200..

OPELIEA, c. h., pop. 3,703 : Lee Co.

Industrial News 1890 Eve Dem D)

Industrial News 1890 Thur Dem Wj 700.

OXFORD, pop. 1,473: Calhoun Co.

Enterprise C 1892 Thur W

OZARK, c. h., pop. 1,195 : Dale Co.

Banner C 1892 Th . Far. Alliance W

Southern Star 1867 Wed Dem W 900.

PIEDMONT, pop. 1,000 : Calhoun Co.

Inquirer 1890 Sat Dem W 960..

CumberlandPresbyterian.1890 Cumb. Presbyt'n M PRATT CITY, pop. 1,946: Jefferson Co.

Advertiser 1891 Fri Dem W

PRATTVILLE, c. h., pop. 1,600: Autauga Co.

Progress C 1886 Fri Dem W 450.

ROANOKE, pop. 600 : Randolph Co.

Herald 1877 Thur Dem W 900..

Randolph Leader 1892 Wed Dem W

ROCKFORD, e. h., pop. 200 : Coosa Co.

Coosa Advocate C 1888 Thur Dem W 250.

* Sworn, t Claimed. Without marks, estimated.

+ Cats should not be over 2 inches wide. C Co-operative.

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RUSSELL VILLE, c. b., pop. 920: Franklin Co.

Established. Circulation. Hustler 1892 Tkur W

Southern Idea 1885 Fri Dem W 900

RUTLEDGE, c. h., pop. 250: Crenshaw Co.

Wave 1890 Wed Dem W 500

ST. STEPHENS, pop. 387 : Washington Co.

Times C 1892 Wed Dem W 200

Washington Co. News 1892 Thur Dem W

SCOTTSBORO, c. h., pop. 1,000: Jackson Co.

Citizen C 1877 Thur Dem W 750

Jackson Co. Hornet 1893 Tue.People'sPar W

Progressive Age C 1886 Fri Ind W 600

SEALE, c. h., pop. 415: Russell Co.

Russell Register C1883 Sat Dem W 400

SELMA, c. h., pop. 7,622 : Dallas Co.

Journal 1890 Mor Ind D 700

Morning Times 1855 Mor ...Dem D) f950

Times 1893 Tu. & Sat. Dem S Wj

Sunday Morning Mirror C 1888 Sun Dem W 650

SHEFFIELD, pop. 2,731 : Colbert Co.

Reaper 1891 Sat Ind W 350

Standard C 1893 Sat W

STEVENSON, pop. 575 : Jackson Co.

Chronicle C 1888 Tues Dem W 624

SYLAEAUGA. pop. 500 : TaUadega Co.

Argus C 1893 Fri Dem W

TALLADEGA, c. h., pop. 2,063: Talladega Co.

Messenger 1882 Th. Educational W 400

News-Reporter C 1844 Sat Dem W 500

Our Mountain Home 1868 Wed Dem W 2,000

THOMASYILLE, pop. 225 : Clarke Co.

Clarion 1893 Thur Dem W

TROY, c. h., pop. 3,449 : Pike Co.

Messenger 1893 Eve Dem D) foOO

Messenger 1867 Wed Dem W)" f2,250

Democrat 1875 Sat Dem W 1,500

TRUSSVTLLE, pop. 462: Jefferson Co.

Life C 1892 Sat Ind W tl,000

TUSCALOOSA, c. h., pop. 4,215: Tuscaloosa Co.

Evening Times 1888 Eve Dem D) 600

Times 1831 Wed Dem wj" 800

Gazette 1887 Morex Mon.Dem D I 300

Gazette 1872 Thur Dem W/ 670

Journal C 1891 Wed W 400

Vindicator 1892 Wed.Far.AllianceW

Citizen Soldier 1893 Military M

TUSCUMBIA, c. h., pop. 2,491 : Colbert Co.

North Alabamian C 1830 Fri Dem W 800

TUSKEGEE, c. b., pop. 1,803 : Macon Co.

News C 1865 Thur Ind W 900

Reporter 1892 Fri Dem W

UNION SPRINGS, c. b., pop. 2,049: Bullock Co.

Herald 1865 Wed Dem W 1,000

UNIONTOWN. pop. 1,200 : Perry Co.

Canebrake Herald C 1887 Fri Ind W 500

VERNON, c. h., pop. 400: Lamar Co.

Courier C 1886 Thur Dem W 520

WALNUT GROVE,.pop. 150: Etowah Co.

Progressive People 1892 Wed.People'sPar W

WARRIOR, pop. 1,500 : Jefferson Co.

Index C 1888 Thur Dem W 500

* Sworn, t Claimed. Without marks, estimated.

+ Cuts should not be over 2 inches wide. C Co-operative.

ALABAMA. 17

WEDOWEE, c. h., pop. 300: Randolph Co.

Established. Circulation.

Randolph Toiler 1891 Th.Far. Alliance W 350..

WEST END, pop. 400 : Jefferson Co.

Banner C 1890 Sat Ind W

"WETUMPKA, c. h., pop. 750: Elmore Co.

Reform Advocate C 1892 Th. .People's Par W

Times-Democrat C 1876 Thur Dem W 600.

WOODLAWN, pop. 1,506: Jefferson Co.

Banner 1892 Sat Dem W 400..

Gem C 1892 Sat Ind W 1,100.,

YORK STATION, pop. 700 : Sumter Co.

Sumter Record C 1893 Fri Dem W

* Sworn, t Claimed. Without marks, estimated.

+ Cuts should not be over 2 inches wide. C Co-operative.

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ARKANSAS.

ALMA, pop. 1,000: Crawford Co.

Established. Circulation.

Democrat C 1883 Fri Dan W 600..

ARGENTA, pop. 2,500 : Pulaski Co.

Times C 1891 Thur Dem W 300..

ARKADELPHIA, c. h., pop. 2,455: Clark Co.

Herald C 1886 Fri Dem W 750..

Sittings C 1891 Thur W

Southern Standard C 1868 Fri Dem W 900.

Southwestern Headlight. 1890 Baptist M 800..

ARKANSAS CITY, e. h., pop. 750 : Desha Co.

Journal C 1879 Fri Ind W 875.

New Enterprise C 1891 Thur Dem W 350.,

ASHDOWN, pop. : Little River Co.

Herald C 1892 Fri W

AUGUSTA, c. h., pop. 700: Woodruff Co.

Woodruff Co. Vidette 1877 Thur Dem W 530..

BATESVILLE, c. h., pop. 2,150: Independence Co.

Bee C 1892 Wed Ind W 840..

Guard 1877 Fri Dem W 1,400..

BAY, pop. 106: Craighead Co.

Belle 1893 Fri... People's Par W

BEEBE, pop. 1,100: White Co.

Current Topics C 1885 Thur Dem W

BENTON, c. h., pop. 750: Saline Co.

Courier C 1879 Thur Dem W 800..

Times C 1892 Sat Dem W 720..

BENTONVILLE, e. h., pop. 1,677: Benton Co.

Benton Co. Democrat... .1886 Thur Dem W 1,100..

Benton Co. Journal 1891 We. Far. Alliance W 750..

Sun 1891 Sat Dem W 500..

A. O. U. W. Guide 1893 A. 0. U. W. M

BERRYVILLE, c. h., pop. 500: Carroll Co.

Carroll Progress 1879 Wed Dem W 550..

Vindicator 1893 Thur Rep W

BINGEN, pop. 300 : Hempstead Co.

Social Visitor C 1884 Fri Ind W 1,200..

BLACK ROCK, pop. 700 : Lawrence Co.

Blade C 1888 Fri Rep W 600..

Lawrence Co. Democrat. ..1893 Thur Dem W

BRINKLEY, pop. 1,510: Monroe Co.

Mirror 1893 Mor Ind D7 f250

Mirror C 1892 Fri Ind Wj" tl,000..

Argus C 1883 Thur Dem W 700..

CABOT, pop. 750 : Lonoke Co.

Guard C 1891 Fri Dem W 500..

CAMDEN, c. h., pop. 2,571 : Ouachita Co.

Beacon : 1873 Sat Dem W t750..

Ouachita Herald 1886 Thur Dem W fl,000..

CARLISLE, pop. 185: Lonoke Co.

Grand Prairie Citizen... C 1893 Sat W

* Sworn, t Claimed. Without marks, estimated.

+ Cuts should not be over 2 inches wide. C Co-operative.

ARKANSAS. 19

CARROLLTON, pop. 317: Carroll Co.

Established. Circulation.

Sentinel 1890 Fri W

Mountain Farmer 1893 M

CHEROKEE CITY, pop. 125 : Benton Co.

Star 1892 Fri Ind W

CLARENDON", c. h., pop. 1,060: Monroe Co.

Monroe Co. Sun 1877 Fri Deni W 576..

Times 1893 Thur W

CLARKSYILLE, c. h., pop. 900: Johnson Co.

Johnson Co. Herald 1887 Thur Ind W 1,600..

CLINTON, c. h., pop. 300 : Van Buren Co.

YanBurenCo.DemoeratC 18S7 Thur Dem W 400..

CLOVER BEND, pop. 100 : Lawrence Co.

Calamity Howler 1892 Wed.Far.AUiance W

COAL HILL, pop. 200 : Johnson Co.

Arkansas Spy 1891 Sat W 400..

Johnson Co. Enquirer 1888 Thur Dem W 400..

Monitor C 1894 Thur W

CONWAY, c. h., pop. 1,207: Faulkner Co.

Log Cabin 1879 Fri Dem W 1,000..

Populist 1887 Wed.People'sParW 1,000..

CORLNTH, pop. 150 : Howard Co.

Christian Preacher 1882 Thur . Presbyty 'n W

"Watchman 1890 Sat Ind W 250..

CORNING, pop. 850 : Clay Co.

Clay Co. Courier C 1889 Fri Dem W 400..

COTTON PLANT, pop. 300 : Woodruff Co.

Arkansian C 1890 Sat Dem W f450..

DALLAS, c. h., pop. 750 : Polk Co.

Courier 1884 Thur Dem W 500..

Index 1891 Thru- W

DARDANELLE, e. h., pop. 3,055: Yell Co.

Dispatch 1893 Fri Dem W

Post 1877 Thur Dem W 600..

Gospel Echo 1891 Baptist S M 2,O0Q..

DEEMOTT, pop. 125 : Chicot Co.

Incubator C 1893 Fri W

DES ARC, c. h., pop. 600: Prairie Co.

Guidon C 1890 Fri Dem W 710..

DEVALL'S BLUFF, c. h., pop. 380: Prairie Co.

Prairie Co. Monitor C 1890 Fri Dem W 380..

DE WITT, c. h., pop. 300: Arkansas Co.

Dispatch C 1891 Thur Dem W 350..

New Era C 1884 Wed Dem W 500..

DODD CITY, pop. 100: Marion Co.

Marion Enterprise C 1893 Thur W

EL DORADO, c. h., pop. 443 : Union Co.

Union Co. Tribune 1891 Thur Dem W

ENGLAND, pop. 100 : Lonoke Co.

Times 1892 Fri. People's Par W

EUREKA SPRINGS, c. h., pop. 3,706: Carroll Co.

Times-Echo 1884 Eve Dem D) 500

Times-Echo 1884 Thur Dem Wj" 600..

Fountain C 1893 Thur Rep. W 480..

Medical Journal 1893 Medical M

EVENING SHADE, c. h., pop. 350: Sharp Co.

Sharp Co. Record C 1877 Thur Dem W 600.