Geo. P. Rowell & Co's American Newspaper Directory, 1877 Page: 246
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DER MUNTERE SAEMANN; monthly; tablished-daily 1832, weekly 1875; Myers &
German; four pages; size 14x20; subscription Brickell, editors and publishers; circulation30
cents; established 1859; P. W. Bickel, editor; daily 2,500, weekly 1,800, estimated; the cheapest
German Baptist Publishing Society, publish- and therefore the largest circulating paper in Central
ers; does not insert advertisements. Ohio.
EVANGELICAL SUNDAY SCHOOL OHIO STATE JOURNAL; every morning
TEACHER; monthly; evangelical; .twenty- except Sunday, and WEEKLY, Saturdays; retwo
pages octavo; subscription 50 cents; estab- publhcan; four pages; size-daily 25x38, weekly
lished 1876; Rev. H. J. Bowman, editor; W.F. 27x43; subscription-daily $9, weekly $1; estab.
Schneider, publisher; circulation 4,050. lished-daily 1840, weekly 1807; James M. Comly,
EVANGELISCHE MAGAZIN monthly; editor; Comly & Francisco, publishers; circulaGerman;
forty-eight pages; size of page 7x11; tion-daily 2,800, weekly 4,500, estimated; for
subscription $1 25; established 1867; Rev. W. many reasons the daily " State Journal" is one of the
Horn, editor; W. P. Schneider, publisher; cir- best advertising mediums in the State; it is the
culation 7,524. oldest paper in Central Ohio; it is the only morning
HEALTH JOURNAL; monthly; medical; paper in Columbus, a growing city of over 50,000
thirty-six pages octavo; subscription $1; es- inhabitants; it has a much larger and better estabtablished
1877; E. E. Riopel,A. M. M.D., editor: lished circulation than any daily in Central Ohio;
Health Journal Co., publishers; has the largest the weekly " State Journal" has equal claims; it is the
circulation in the West of any health journal and is oldest, best and most favorably known of any similar
daily increasing ; first-class in every respect. publication in the West; it is a paper for the home
LIVING EPISTLE; monthly; evangelical; circle, with departments for the farmer and the
thirty-six pages octavo; subscription $1; es- mechanic, and circulates at over 800 post offices in
tablished 1866; Rev. H. J. Bowman, editor; W. F. Ohio.
Schneider, publisher; circulation 1,809. OHIO STATESMAN; every evening except
PRINTING GAZETTE.tt Sunday, and WEEKLY, Thursdays; demo.
OHIO MEDICAL AND SURGICAL RE- eratic; four pages; size-daily 22x32, weekly
PORTER; bi-monthly; homeopathic; ninety 29x44; subscription-daily $5, weekly $1; estabpages
octavo; subscription $1 50; established lished 1832; J. F. Linton, editor and publisher;
1867; W. A. Phiilips, M. D., and H. F. Biggar, circulation-weekly 3,880; the only democratic
M. D., editors; H.F. Bigger, M.D., publisher; daily paper published at the capital, and the only
circulation 1,667. democraticpaper in Central Ohio ; largest circulation
COMPOSING STICK; quarterly; thirty-six of any democratic paper in Ohio with one exception.
pages octavo; established 1875; H. H. Thorp & DER WESTBOTE; semi-weekly, WednesCo.,
editors and publishers; an advertising days and Saturdays, and WEEKLY, Thurssheet.
days; German; democratic; four pages; size
CLYDE, Sandusky C'o., 3,000t pop., on Cincin- 28x44; subscription-selli-weekly. $3 50, weekly
$2; established-semi-weekly 1854, weekly 1843;
nati, Sandusky & Cleveland Rd., at inter- Reinhard & Fieser, editors and publishers; cirsection
of lake Shore & Michigan South- culation--semi-weekly l,500t, weekly 13,000t.
eln Rd., 17 m. from Sandusky, 75 from CATHOLIC COLUMBIAN ; Saturdays;
Cleveland an 8rm oedcatholic; eight pages; size 28x44; subscription
Cleveland and 38 from Toledo. Centre of $2; established 1875; Columbian Printing Co.,
trade. Manufactures of variouskinds car- editors and publishers; circulation 3,000, est'd.
ried on. GAZETTE ; Fridays; four pages; size 26x37;
REVIEW; Wednesdays; democratic; four subscription $1; established 1849; S. S. Peters,
pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; established editor; S. A. Glenn, publisher; circulation 1,500,
1874; Geo. E. Sweetland, editor and publisher; estimated.
circulation 700, estimated. INVESTIGATOR; Wednesdays; tempeSENTINEL;
Fridays; eight pages; size rance; four pages; size 21x30: subscription $1 50;
22x31; subscription $1 50; established 1876; H. D. established 1877; John N. Dickie, editor and
Ames, editor and publisher; circulation 700, publisher.
estimated. LUTHERAN STANDARD) Saturdays;
rCOLTLEEGE CORNER, Butler Co. lutheran; eight pages: size 24x34; subscription
COLLEGE CORNER, Butler Co.
$2 50; established 1843; Rev. M. Loy, editor;
COaRNEat ) STONE; (see C.ollege Corner, Evangelical Lutheran Joint Synod, publishers;
Indiana). circulation 1,500, estimated.
COLUMBIANA, Columbiana Co., 1,200 pop. MUTE'S CHRONICLE; Saturdays; four
on Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Rd., pages; size 18x24; subscription $1; established
ittr , o R, 1868; Ohio Institution for Deaf and Dumb, edi60
m. from Pittsburgh. Engaged in manu- tors and publishers; does not insert advertisefacturing
and a trade centre. ments.
INDEPENDENT REGISTER; Thursdays; SUNDAY HERALD; Sundays; four pages;
four pages; size 26x40; subscription $2; estab. size 28x40; subscription $2; established 1875;
lished 1870; E. S. Holloway, editor; E. S. Hollo- Putnam & Furay, editors and publishers; cirway
& Sons, publishers; circulation 757. culation 2,992.
TRUE PRESS; Wednesdays; independent; SUNDAY MORNING NEWS Sundays;
four pages; size 22x32; subscription $1; estab- independent; four pages; size 27x38; subscriplished
1873; L. Arnold, editor; ,. Arnold & Bro., tion $2; established 1867; E. G. Orebaugh, edipublishers;
circulation 600, estimated. tor; Orebaugh & Brodbeck, publishers; cirpublisrsci
C. H.u6, Frankime Co., State culation 3,720.
COLUMBUS, C. H., Franklin Co., State UCTHERISCHE KIRCHEN-ZEITUNG;
capital, 50,000t pop., on Scioto r. and semi-monthly; German; lutheran; eight pages;
branch of Ohio canal, near centre of State size 20x27; subscription $1; established 1860;
and close to the Athens County coal Evangelical Lutheran Joint Synod, editors and
County coal publishers; does not insert advertisements.
fields. Connected by railroads and canals COMPANION ANDU AMERICAN ODDwith
all the principal towns and cities in FELLOW; monthly; odd fellowship; sixtyall
directions: 120 m. from Cincinnati, 135 eight pages octave; subscription $2 50; esl
direction, 1 m. from C . 15 tablished 1865; Henry Lindenberg and H.
from Cleveland, and 140 from Wheeling. P. Gravatt, editors; M. C. Lilley & Co., pubHas
an extensive grain, wool and stock lishers; circulation 10,500.
DER O DD-FELLOW; monthly; German;
trade. Engaged in iron and other manu- DER ODD-FELLOW; monthly; German;
odd-fellowship; sixty-eight pages octavo; subfactures.
scription $2 50; established 1869; Christian HedEVENING
DISPATCH; every evening ex- dmeus, editor; M. C. Lilley & Co.. publishers: circept
Sunday, and DOLLAR DISPATCH, culation 2,500; printed at the office of the ComThursdays;
four pages; size-daily 27x38. weekly panion and American Odd- Fellow.
28x44; subscription-daily $7, weekly $1; es- KNIGHT; monthly; Knights of Pythias;
GEO. P. ROWTELL & CO'S
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