N. W. Ayer & Son's American Newspaper Annual: containing a Catalogue of American Newspapers, a List of All Newspapers of the United States and Canada, 1889 Page: 1,035
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THE SCRIPPS LEAGUE, Combined Circulation, over One Million per Week,
The Evening News,
CLEELAND OHIO Foreign Advertising Dep't. Chronicle Teegrah,
The Evening Post,
CINeCINNATI, '0; C, J. BILLSON, Manager, Weekly Chron:cleTelegraph,
The Evening Chronicle,
ST. LOUIS. MO. - O & AT TRIBUNE BUILDING. NEW YORK.
The Echo [WEIK:LY],
DETROIT. MICH. The Sun,
The Sunday News, INDIANAPOLIS,.
JVew Fork, September 1st, 1889.
GEV YTLE MEEYN:
The above papers, published in all of the principal central
cities of the United States, (Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsb'urgh, Cincinnati,
St. Louis and Indianapolis,) have a combined daily Guaranteed
circulation of over 200,000.
"Detroit Evening jVews," circulates in every part of the State an
average of G6,000 copies everyday. Sells fortwo cents. Thenlumber
of readers in Michigan who do not read the "JV'ews" is very small.
The " Sunday Jr'ews" has 39,000
"Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph," issues every afternoon and
weekly. Daily sells for two cents, and Weekly for one dollar a year.
Established in 1841. Enjoys the prestige of both the United and
.ssociated Press reports; has 22,000 daily, and 27,000 weekly. It
is one of the substantial papers of the country.
"The Cincinnati Even, in Post,"--4 wonder in modern Journalism.
Sells for one cent and circulates over 56,000 copies each afternoona
in Cincinnati and surrounding towns, within a radius of
"The Cleveland Press," the oldest one-cent paper in the country
west of Philadelphia, with but one exception. T7ze only exclusive
afternoon paper in Cleveland. Circulation 40,000 every day.
"Tlhe St. Louis Evenin,' Chronicle," the only one-cent paper in
St. Louis Has 27,000 actual daily circulation, and is growing
" The Indianapolis Sun," the only one-cent paper in Indiana,
only established in JMarch, 1888, but already it is one of the principal
papers of the State.
Very truly yours,
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