Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1897

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Material Information

Title:
Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1897
Series Title:
Cornelius Longstreet Diaries (1886-1900)
Physical Description:
Book
Language:
English
Creator:
Longstreet, Cornelius H., 1831-1901
Creation Date:
1897
Physical Location:
Box: Diary Box 2

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Farmers -- Diaries -- Florida -- Mount Dora   ( lcsh )
History -- Mount Dora (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Social life and customs -- Mount Dora (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Lake -- 12069   ( ceeus )
Economics and Society: Post-Civil War Florida, 1865-1913 -- Business, Agriculture, and Tourism, 1878-1897   ( fhp )
Economics and Society: Post-Civil War Florida, 1865-1913 -- The New Century and a Growing State, 1899-1913   ( fhp )

Notes

Summary:
Diaries. These diaries relate local events from Mount Dora and vicinity, as reported by Longstreet.
Biographical:
Union navy officer, business owner, citrus farmer.
Biographical:
Soon he also bought a 10-acre orange grove in Round Lake, Florida. He and his family wintered there, and in 1888 they became permanent residents, engaging in citrus farming and bee-keeping. He taught Sunday school, and became President of the Lake County Sunday School Association. Longstreet died on March 26, 1901, after which his wife and three children, Cora E., Carrie L., and Herbert C., moved to their other home in Coronado Beach, Florida.
Source of Description:
Originally derived from archival-level ALEPH record 028049929 ( OCLC: 49231208 )
Funding:
Funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) as part of the Pioneer Days in Florida Project

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History, Special Collections
Rights Management:
Restricted access;
Resource Identifier:
028049929
System ID:
AA00017197:00003

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CALENDAR.

1897.


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2 5 6 i 2 3 4 5 6 7
S7 S 9 10 II 123 j 9 1011 13 14
S14 1516 1 1 1920 p 156 17 18 12021
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3 4 5 6 ...... 1 2 3 4
7 8 91011 1213 H 5 6 7 8 910 1
14 15 16 1, IS ,i 20 1 32 1 14 1 6 1 s r
122 23 24 252627 U 192021 22 2324 2'5
23 2930 .. 26 27 2 29 30.. ..
.. .... I 2 3 .. . 1 2
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 4 5 6 78 9
II1 2 13 r4 15 6 17 1o 1 12 13 14 15 16
P i S 1920c 21 2 23 24 17 IS 192021 22 23
S2526 27 S 29 30 .. 24 5 26 27229 30
.. ~ 31 .-- ...- -- ...
5 6 8 .. 2 3 4 5 6
9 10 1 12 13 14 15 7 9 1011 113
S1617 S 19202122 C' 14 15 1617 IS 1920
23 24 5 26 27 2S 29 21 212 23 24 252627
3031 ... .. .. ... ... 2 2930 ........ .
I 3 4 5 1 2 3 4
6 7 8 910l1112 5 6 7 8 9 1011
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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
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MEABURE OF LENGTH.
4 Tn. make Hand. 3 Feet make i Yard.
7.92 In. Link. j5 Yds Rod orPole
18 In. Cubit. 40 Poles i Furlong.
12 In. Fout 8 Fur Mle.
6 FL Fathom. 09 1-6 Miles make i Degree
6o Geograplucal Miles make Degree.
176 Yards I ,le.
528o Feet
MEABURE OF SURFACE.
144 Square Inches make Square Foo.
9 Square Feet : Square Yard.
30o Square Yards Rod, Perch or Pole.
40 Square Rods Square Rood.
4 Square Roods Square Acre.
ro Squire Chains Squar Acre.
640 Square Acres Square Male.
Gunter' Chain equal to 22 Yards or mo Links.
272a Square Feet mike I Square Rod.
43,56o Square Feet I Acre.
MEASURE OF SOLIDITY.
r78S Cubic Inches make i Cubic Foot.
27 Cubic Feet i Cubic Yard.
AVOIRDUPOIS, WEIGHT.
271j Grains make i Drachm (dr.) or 27H Grains.
16 Drachms I Ounce (oz I or 43
16 Ounces i Pound (b ) or 70ooo
28 Pounds Quarter (qr)
4 Quarters r Hundred-Weight (cwt.)
20 C is Ton.
224o Pounds Ton.
1 ROY WEIGHT.
24 Grains make r Pennyweighl, or 24 Grains.
20 Pennywta. 1" Ounce, or 480
ia Ounces i Pound, or 576 "
APOTHEOARIES' WEIGHT.
2o Grains make i Scruple I 8 Drachm make i Ounce.
3 Scruples Drachm [ 1 Ounces i Pound.
DIAMOND WEIGHT.
z6 Pans mike i Grain (4-SLths Grain Troy.)
4 Grams I Cira (I -iith Grains Troy.)
LIQUID MEASURE.
4 Gills make r Pint. i CiT Gallonimake i Barrel.
2 Pints Quart. 54 Gallons Hhd
4 Quarts i Gallon. ar Gallons i Tun.
DRY MEASURE.
8 Quarts make i Peck. 8 Buzhels make i Quarer.
4 Pecks i Bushel. 3 Bushels Chaldron.
x Bushel equal to 2150.42 cubic inches.








WEIGHT PER BUSHEL OF GRAIN, ETO.

The followingg Table shows the number of pounds per
bushel required, by law or custom, in the sale of articles
specified, in the several States of the Umon.



STATES. .s .0 *

mnuuuoO0.rteoI0-ml=i0
Maine ........ 4843 56 5 52 360.. .. 64....
N. Hampshire. .. 56 o 6o 56 .... 60..
Vermont...... 48 .. .. 3 60 56o 70.. 64 6 4.
Massachusetts. 48 s.. 56 50 52 32 6o 56 6... ..
Connecticut... 45 56.. .32 6 56.....
New York.... 4848. 58 .. 26 566 .... 6 6o 44
New Jersey... 4850. 56 36566 .. .. .. 64
Pennsylvania.. 17 48 ;6 .. o 56 56 6 .. 62 ..
Delaware ..... I .. 56 ....... 60 ........
Maryland..... 4848 8I. 56 5 7 32 6o 566o56 .. 6 64 15
Dist. Columbia 47 48 .. 6 48 57 32 56 56 6so 5s 62 6o 45
Virginia ..... 48 48 .. 5650o .3z 60 566o .. 56 6o 64 45
West Virginia. 48 52 80 56 48 ** 32 6o 56 60 .. 6o o 60 45
Nonh Carolina 48 so 54 46 3.. 566 .... 64 .
Soith Carolina 48 56o 56 50 57 33 6o 56 6o 6o 6 ..
Georgia ....... 4o .So 56 4 35 36 ..6 6.. 60 45
Louiian. ..... 3 ... 6 .. .. 3 .. ..6.. .. ....
Arkansas..... 4852 o56 50 573a 560 6 o .. 6o645
Tennessee .... 48 5 .. 56 5 56 3 6 566o.. .. 60.. 45
Kentucky..... 48s 5 56 50 57 33 56 56 6o .. 60 6 45
Ohio ......... 48 5 56 .. 3 60 5660.. .. 6o6o 4
Michigan ..... 48 4 So 56 .. 4 32 60 56 6 56 58 60o 43
Indina....... 4 50 70 56 50 48 32 6o 56 6o 50 ..o 6o ..
Illinois ...**** 4 52.. 56 48 57 3 6o 56 60o 0 60 6..
Wi'consin .... 48 .. 6 .. 32 56 .. .. o ..
Minne'oia .... 48 42 6 .. 6o 56 ... .o ..
Iowa .......... .8 52 56.. 57 33 60 5 o 50 .. 1o 60 45
Mii ..sori...... 4s 52 .. 56 57 32 60 56 oo 0.. 1o 60 45
Kansa3 ....... 5 .. 56 0 57 32 o 56 60 o 505 .. 45
Nebraka..... 4 i5 .S 52 656So7 34 606 o 50 55 4S
Cilifornia..... 0 52.. 2 .. 54 ...... ....
Oregon ....... 464a.. 56 ... 36o56o... ..o








INTEREST TABLE.
FOUR PER CENT.
TIMs. ,1 $2 $3 14 I5 $6 17 A $9 $io 1so, 1iocvo
3' o o o o o o a 3 33I I
3 o 0 0 0 4 4
S o o o o i i I 5 50
10" 00 o O I I J I II I i
a o. o i I 2 3 3 33 3 33
a 2 4 5 6 I 6b b 67
3 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 1 co 10 co
4 2 i 4 53 0 91 1 12 *3 33 33
5 3 5 Sio i 14 i0 1 6 .6 67
6 2 4 6 8 1o 12 4 16 iS 20 2 o00 oo0
7" 4 4 7 941 4 14 21 23 233 3 i3
8 2 I 8 io3 I 21 24 62 67 2 67
9 3 6 912 5 '3 24 27 30 3 o 30o o
0o 3 6*0 131 64 23 2I64 3i 33 3 33 33 33
3I 3i 7 4i 14 Ij 22 2.5 2 33 6 3 67 36 67
I Yr. 8 12 16 24 28 12 i6 jo 4 o o 4o


FIVE PER CENT.
f3 $4 I5 f6 17 I8 $9
0o 0 0o 0 0

of i I I I
2 2 3 3 3 4
3 4 5 6 7 8
45 6 8 9 i I
5 7 b 0 1 13 15
6 8 io 135 17 19
8 1o 13 15 1S lo -3
91 5 1S Zio 23 26
No 13 17 20 23 27 30
1 15 s9 23 26 30 34
13 17 21 Z5 29 33 38
,4 iS 23 28 32 37 41
151.0 '5 30 5 40 45
SIX PER CENT.


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RATE OF INCOME ON STOCKS.
Purchased at the following prices, (par value
being sicHl, and bearing interest at
the t'ollo ing rates.

Pahi 31 4. 5 6' 7%" S. 9',

$50 6 0) 8 0 10 co 12 00 14 oo 16 0o i6 oo
55 5 45 2 9 09 10 9' 12 72 14 55 16 36
oo 5 o 6 r 8 33 10 co 11 66 13-33 15 co
65 4 02 6 15 7 09 9 23 0 76 12 30 13 85
70 4 2 5 71 7 14 b 5: 1 00 it 4- 12 85
75 4 00 5 33 6 (" S oo 9 33 'o 66 12 oo
80 3 75 5 0 6 25 7 5 8 75 10 oo i 2
85 3 53 4 .0 5 8. 7 05 6 23 9 4 to 5s
9 333 4 44 5 55 66 -- S io 00o
91 3 30 4 40 5 4 6 59 69 8 79 9 9
92 3 2 4 34 5 43 6 5: 7 .o S 70 9 78
93 3 23 4 3) 5 3 6 4. 53 S 60 9 65
94 31945 532 33 7 45 S 5 9 57
95 3 15 4 21 5 2'6 6 3i 7 36 42 9 47
96 3 13 4 '7 5 21 6 -5 7 29 S 33 9 3S
9' 3 ::9 4 12 5 15 6 Il 7 22 8 25 9 z-
98 3 5S 4 .S 5 Io i i2 7 14 8 16 9 iS
99 03 4 04 5 05 6 c6 7 07 oS 9 c09
101 2 9. 3 93 4 95 5 94 6 93 9 8 91
o10 2 94 3 932 4 9-- 5 SS 6 86 784 8 82
103 2 91 3 SS 4 55 5 S3 6 So 777 S 74
1.24 2 SJ 3 85 4 Si 5 7. 6 73 69 8 65
o15 2 S) 3 b-i 4 76 5 71 6 66 7 6 8S 57
o10 2 S3 3 77 4 -2 5 66( 6 6c 7 55 S 49
lo- 2 So 3 "4 4 67. 56 6 5 6 54 7 4 8 4
oS 2 73 3 70 4 63 5 56 6 4 7 41 8 33
log 2 -5 3 07 4 59 5 50 6 4: 7 34 8 26
110 2 -2 3 63 4 54 5 45 6 3 76 :- S 15
115 260 3 4 34- 521 6 6 95 7 S3
12o 2 5Y 3 33 4 6 5 oo 5 S8 6 66 7 50
130 2 30 3 3 84 4 6i5 3 6 15 6 92
140 2 14 2 S6 3 5.- 4 -:S 5 00 5 7 6 43
I5 ? o.: 2 '" 3 33 4 00 4 6: 5 33 6 GO
160 SS 2 50 3 12 3 75 4 38 5 00 5 62
r1o . 3 53 4 12 4 70 5 29
IS 3 33 3 SSI 4 44 5 co
190 3 .1 3 6dS 4 21 4 74
2co . 3 o 50 4 00 4 50

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RATES OF POSTAGE.


POSTAL CARDS, 1 cent each, go without fuhrter
charIice i-to .l par. :,i tl'. U'sted Sr lte, iCanad and MeNl co.
" Rel.I PAilJ Card," .tlh card irr;led f.[r paid reply.
2 cern eacr.h C-,rdA f.'r rt'e.gn cc.unrirn uinhm the
Por;al Union) 2 cents each.
LETTERS, -idl paru of the United Stmar, Canada
and MIl-..o, 2 cerni [..r r'wi ounce or fa.:r-uan thereof
L-,:AL. .:.F. Dr.:L.' L TTEa :', hla 1.1, f.-ir the city c.r
tou awliere depoiited. 2 -:ernu ,here the carrier ylstem is
ad.)pt j, and 1 ceit vh-:re dhere is no c.rrter ctem.
FIRST CLASS.--Leierlmnd all other wriren matter,
whether s-eaild or urCi'eled, and all oiler miller sealed,
nutled, seed, tied, c.r iailenci in aiy manner :Lo that it
cairrn. be e.s;ly examined, 2 cenrta or each ounc c.r
fracti--.n Lherof
SECOND CLASS.-Only for pubhlihcrs and n"ew:-
agE'nti., 1 crnt- per pound
NEv'il reF. and PEfI.rCICA.S 3 I'r:-ciar publicri;on '
can be m,.kld by the public at the ratn of 1 c-int 'or each 4
oun:cs or iractL,--n ltercet
THIRD CLASe -Printed carter, in unveiled wnp-
,per cnl\ (all rmattr ildrce'- in n.tclted er..eir.pe must
pay i:ltter rae. I, 1 cant for each ci.uncei .:r h-ralon there-
of, 'hiach must en fully prepaid Thli includes books, cir-
cE.i.ra, chlrorrn-, -cnera ing, handbill. lilhographh mrrnsic,
pamphlets, proof-ilr rer :nd minulcript a.ri.c-mpjni:n\ng the
rame, reprodij:ri-.ni b, the electric pen, hekl:cgraph, me-
lt3ll:g-'ph, pSip;r grapli. and, in li.:-rt, any reproduction
up:,n piper by any process e..cepi ha.lnd.rniin and the
cop ,inc-pre;i Limln i:f i:ile] 4 lb; except for a .-ingle
bo..k, Chlrih may wei h mno:re.
rOURTH CLA0S.-AII midJble n;aner not included
lii the above .l.ch ;- a: prepared for marine ias to be 3a1ily
vithdrann from th:e \r-apper and e\jmncda, 1 cent per
ouncL n oir i'racnori iherec.L Limci of w ihlt 4 Iba. Full
prepa',m,-r nt comrp.,.ory.
RETOR\\ARDING -Letters vwll be forwarded from
i-ne por :i o: .:e I.:. anotherr upon ih-: rlrr*n rcqueIt *:f the
rhdjnd na','sce.j, vll- hr, t ad-i.,.oil charge; but ur.-
clim:n d rpclk-jig .:.,n f 'e '.lrned',;. :,3:/ s',ti .r un ld
aramp atrc f urnishd to p],' t[ie rebrnin pfotage.
PERMISSIBLE WRITING -No .rilinq is permil-
ted on ilr-1d .r i. :unrh ,:lii- matter euc'plt a. follow ,: The
ninm and ad-r-, r.f tender on the irluh de r.r ul-ide c.f
package, pe:e'ded b t 'rd f tiur.rr rom Oir ihe wrapper
mrn al-o b-e 'ilttcOn ti l name5 and nimbcr of Iartlck- in-
e]-: d The -.:ndcr i. fi,.'her :llo e d to mni rk a "Cord or
pa-:Sge in a Look I or piper to nich he desires to call
pe.-:lil renatiion He nmi, a.10 -, ri tc :.mple inc(llpnon
or dedicanon n tp:n ihe corer or blank lci.e: r' a book or
pamphlei There mnray be ttaclichd to arctt'ic of rr.-rchan.
diLe, by tri or label, a mirk. number, name, ,r lietlr for
purpose of identiAcario. Printed circular mbv c-ontin the







RATES OF POSTAGE.

written name of the render, or of the addressee, and the
date Any other writing on third or fourth cl-u. matter
will subject the package to letter rates of postage, and
render the send.:r liable to a fine of ten dollar for each
offence. Printed matter may be enclosed with fourth clias
matter, bilt the whole package is subject to the rate of 1
cent per ofncle or fraction thereof.
REGISTRATION -Letter' or packages can be regi~
termed tby adding elamps to the amount of S ceato to the
tegalar rite.
SPECIAL DELIVERY STAMPS, at 10 cents each,
L'ed in aridi:ta, to regular rate, insures delivery immedi-
aily rin arrival at office of destination. /ltese stars can
6e used/'r no uoter eur/As s.
.:.-

MONEY ORDERS.
For Orders not erceeding $22 50, three cents oter
$2.50 and not exceeding b$, five cenalI oer $5 and not
exceeding I 10, eight cents; oier I10 and not exceeding
$20, i-tn cenUt; o, r $20 and not exceeding $30, iwelse
centt; oser 530 and not exceeding $40, fifteen cents;
o.er 140 and not exceeding 650, e;ghteen cents; over
$50 and not exceeding j60, twenty cents over 560 and
not exceeding 575, twenty-five cnts; over 1.75 and not
exceeding $100, thirty cenis



FOREIGN POSTAGE.
The raies for LETTERS are for the half source or hIc-
tion thereof, and thoi~ for NEawerAPRS for 2 ounces or
fraction th.-reof.
To Great Britain and Ireland, France, Spain, all parts
of Germany, including Aurina, Denmark, Swiirerland,
Iltly, Russia, Norwvay, Swesdn, Turkey tEuropean and
A-iaricA. Egypt, letters 5 cents, newspapers 1 cent fur each
2 ounces or frjc.on thereof.
To Au~trhi, letter,; ia San Franeisco,, 5 cmnts ila
Brln,' ii, 5 cmint; ne.pipaper, via San Francisco, 1 cent
ior 2 ounces; ;i EBrndlii. 1 cent for 2 ounces. China,
leIttr:, Sia San Frane;Lco. 5 cent~; ii Brindid;, 10t cent.;
rne'w .iapi.ri, 2 tceIl for each 2 ounces British Indi,
Italian mail, letnsr 5 cenu; nectpapter, 1 cent for 2
ounces. Japan, letters, via San Francitco, 5 cents; neSs-
papers, 1 cent for 2 ounces.







HELP! In case of Accidents.


Drowning. 1. Loonen clothing, f any. 2. Empty
luingi of[ a lr ty layirn:, btodv on its :lomach ird idling it
Lv the middle ao thai the head hange down. Jerk the body
a tew ume, 3. Pull tonglu io-rward, u-tng lbndkerchiet,
or pin with trinn, Ui neca-tar. 4. Im.Late moliun of res-
pinntor by alternaiely cnompre.ing an.d xpXindlng the Io, er
rib:, about twenty turimes minute. Aierrnaely raining and
lowennre the arms from the sides up above the hcd will
suonalale e he action of the lungn. Let II be done gently but
pers-ttertly. 5. Apply v armih and Inction to cxttcmlnrts.
6. By holding irongue orn-ard, doling the oonmirr and
pre-sing the Adam's apple" bick,(so ai to cloie entrance
to sltoumah), direct mnfiton may be tr.d. Tile a deep
breath and breathe it frcbly into the mouth oi pluent,
compress the chi s to expel the air, and repeat the oper-
non. 7. DON'T GIVE. UP! Peopi hav" been sased
after HOrF.S of ptilent, vgc.roua eflon. 8. When breath-
ing begins, get patient into a warm Led, g&Ie WARMt drnnks,
or ipints in r.iaspoonluli, ir ah air and queeL
Burns and Scalds. Co,.er with Cooling Soda and
l3ayV at thfo-er ii. Whites ci Ege" and Oi. e Oil. Olite
or Linieed Oil, plain, or mixed wth Chilk r WHhiting.
Lightning, Dish cold water orer a peron truck.
Sunstroke. Looien clothing. Get patient into hade
and apply ice-cold water to head.
Mad Dog or Snake Bite. Te cord tight aLfoe
wound. Suck the mound and carucnze with caustic or
hile.hsot ion at once, or cut out adjoining parts with i
sharp knife.
Venomous Insects Stings, &c. Apply weak
AmmaonLa, Oil, Sult Water, or io-ine.
Fainting. Phce flat on back; allow fre.h air and
sprinkle with uater.
Tests of Death. Hi.ld mirror to mouth. If l;-ing,
mc.itre ivdl gpiher Puih l.n nii fl -h. If dead the
hole \ill ren-min, ii alike it itll d.:e up.
Cinders in the Eye. Roll o(ft paper up like a
lamp lighter and wet line tp to remove, or u-e a medicine
dropper to draw it ouL Rub the other eye.
Fire in one's Clothing. Don't rrn,-espec;ally
not down atars or out of dojir-:. Roll on carpet, or wrap
in woulen rug or blanLer Keep the head down, ao at not
to inhale dame.
Fire in a Building. Crawl on the floor. The
cle ret air is the lowe0 t in the room. Cover head with a
woolen wnp, wet it poible. Cut holes for the eyes.
Don't get e\cted.
Fire in Kerosene. Don'r usr water, it il spread
the flames It;r. iad or dlour is the bc~t extinguisher.
or smother silb anolen rug, table-cloth or carpeL







ANTIDOTES FOR POISONS.

First. Send for a Physician.
Second. ItDUCE VOMITING, by rikling thmol with
Leather or finger. Drinking bot water or strong Misrard
and water. bvallow Sweet Odi or abhnl oi Eggs.
Acids are antidoes for ALKALIJS, and :.ice E'rsa.

SPECIAL POISONS AND ANTIDOTES.
Acids. MURIATIn, OxAtic.) So-d, M eia,
ACETIC. SULPHI.RJC(OI 01 '.- V L epa- ne.:ia,
riol). Niaic (Aqtu ForrL).

Prussic Acid. "Ammonia in water. Dash wnt.r
Prssic Acid in iCe.
Carbolic Acid. Flour and wnatr, mucih&rnous drinks.
Alkaies. POTASH. LvB. I Vmegar or Lermon ju;ce in
HARTSHORN. AmmONIa. j iA1cr.

Arsenic Milk, Raw Egg-, Sweet Oil, Lune.
Paris Green. water, Flour aud atrer.
Bug Poison.
Lead.
Saltpetre. Whites of Eggs or Milk3 in
Corrosive Sublimate. large doses.
Sugar of Lead.
Blue Vitriol.
Chloroform. Dash cold water on head ind chsl.t
Choral. Ardficial repfrton. Pieci of ice in
Ether. rcrum.
Carbonate of Soda. ) Sosuds and muceiaginous
Copperas.
Cobalt. dnnk.

Antimon. Starch and water. Astrngent irfu-
Tartar Emetic. asons. Strong tea.
Mercury AND ITS SALTS. Whit j' Eggs. Milk.
I c;UJage-.
Nitrate of Silver. 1
Lunar Caustic. Salt and water.
Opium.
rphmine.
Laudanum. Strong coffee, hot bath. Keep
Paregoric. aiake and movam at any
Soothing Powders o''s
or Syrups.
Strychnine. ) Mustard and water, Sul-
Tinct. of Nux Vomica. phteof Z.n. Abolie
) uiet. Plug the ears.







POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES.

The official count of the returns of the Eleventh
Census as finally determined.


STAiES AND TERRITOF.LS. 1890.
Alabana .........................1,13,017
Alaska...........................
Arizona...................... 59,620
Arkanss...................1,128,179
Caliorn.................. 1,208,130
Colorado.................... 412,198
Connecdcut ............... 4 746,268
Detwie ............... ..... 168,493
Dutiric t Columbia......... 230,392
FI.:.rid........................ 391,422
Georgil .....................1,837,353
Idiho ................. 84,385
I linoi ............. ....... 3,826,351
Indiana ............... ..... 2,192,404
Indian Terriory................ ...
loa ..................... .....1.911,89e
Kan...................... ..1,4127,096
Kenucky..................... 1,858,635
Loi.iia na........... .... 1,118,687
Mine ..................... 661,08
Maryland.................. 1,042,390
Maaivchuhsem.e ................2,238,943
Miclhgan ........ ..... ..... 2,093.889
Mwnnesom ......... ..... 1,301,826
EMi .~iippi ......... ......1,289,600
Mhiouri......... ......... 2,679,184
Mon ...................... 132,159
Nebrn a -a.................. 1,068,910
Nevada ....................... 45761
New Hamnphire ............. 376630
New jerev ............... 1,444,933
Nw Mle.co................... 153,693
New ork ................. .5,997,853
North C3rolina..............1,617,947
N..rth Dakota ............... 182,719
Ohi;o ...................... 3,672,316
Oklhoma ................... 61,834
COre.on ............. ..... 313,767
Peniylanl ....... ...... ..... 5,2 8.014
Rh1:ode il and................345,606
Souh Carolina ........... 1,11,149
South Dikotai................ 328,808
Tnnae ee .................... 1,7 7.61
Tea ..................... ...... 2,235,523
Uth .............. ....... 27,905
Vermonlt .................. 332,422
Virr-ni ..................... 1,6f 6,9811
Waihingion ................. 39,391
W'et V~rini ................ 762,794
Wj.c..ni n ................ 1,686,880
Wyeming ................... 60,705

Total population of U. S...62,622,250


1880.
1,262,505
40,440
802,525
864,694
194,327
622,700
146,608
177,624
269,493
1,542,180
32,610
3,077,871
1,978,301
1,624,615
996,096
1,648,690
939,946
648,936
934,943
1,788,085
1,636,937
780,773
1,131,697
2,168,380
39,169
462,402
62,266
346,991
1,131,116
119,665
5,082,871
1,399,750
36,909
3,198,062
174,768
4,282,891
276,531
905,577
98,268
1,542.359
1,591,749
143,963
332,286
1,612.665
75,116
618,457
1,315,497
20,789
50,155,783







POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL OITIES.


1890.
Albiny, N. ......... ..... 94.923
Allegheny. Pa ........... 105,287
A13an, G ....... 5........ ,533
Baldmore, M d......... ..... 434,439
Boston, Mass ............ 448477
Brooklyn. N. V............ 806,343
Butfilo, N. ........... .. 255,664
Cambridge, Mas. ... ... 70,028
Camden, N J. .............. 58,313
Charleaion, S. C. ............ 5495665
Chicguo, lI.................1,099,850
Cincinnari, 0............. .. 296 908
Cleveland, 0. ............... 261,353
Columbus. 0............... 88,150
Daytion, 0.................. 61 220
Denier, Col. ........ ..16,713
De- Mloines, la. ......... ... 650,093
Detroit, Mich............. .. 205,876
Fvianville, Ind. ........... 0,756
Fall Ricer. Ma s............ 74,398
Grand Rp;d., Mlich........... 60,278
Hartford. Conn......... .... 53,230
Indianapolis, Ind. .......... 1056,436
Jersey City, N J...... ... 163,003
Kansas Ciiy, Mo............. 132,716
Lincoln, Nceb............. .. 5,154
Louisville, Ky. ............ 161,129
Lnwell, Mas......... ...... 77,696
Lynn, Mas; ................ 55,727
Mfemphis, Tenn ..... ....... 64,495
Mldwaukee, Wia ............ 204,468
MlinneapoLis, Mino.... ...... 164,738
Nihviflle, 'Tenn............. 76,168
Newark, N. J. ............. 181,830
New Haven, Conn .......... 81,298
New Orleans, L. .... .. 242,039
New York, N. V.............1,515,301
Omaha, Neb ....... .... 140,452
Paterson, N. I, ............ 78,347
Philadelphia, Pa ........ ...1,046.964
Pi.sburgh, Pa. .....:.... .. 238,617
Providence, R. 1............. 132,146
Reading, Pa ....... ........ 658661
Richmond, Va. ............. 81,358
Rochester, N. V...... ..... 133,896
Saint Joneph, Mo. ............ 52.324
Saint Louis, Mo. ............ 451,770
Saint Paul, Minn. .......... 133,156
San Ifranci'co, Cal. ........ 298,997
Scranion, Pa................. 756,215
Svracuse. N. V. ....... ... 88,143
Toledo, 0. ............ .... 81,434
Trenton. N. J .............. 67,4568
Trov, N. Y ............. ... 60,956
W-sthinglon, D C. ......... 230,392
Wilmington. Del ............ 61,431
Worcester, Mass ............ 84,655


1880.
90,758
78.e82
37,400
332,313
362,A39
666,663
155,134
52,619
41,059
49,484
503,185
255,139
160,141
51,147
38,678
365,1?0
22,408
116,340
29, 20
48,911
32,016
42,015
75,066
120,722
55,785
13,003
123,758
50,475
38,274
33,592
115.687
46.887
43,350
136,508
62,882
216,090
1,206.299
30,518
51,031
847,170
1513.389
104,857
43,278
63,600
89,366
32.431
350,513
41,473
233,959
45,850
51,792
50,137
20,910
56,747
177,624
42.478
58,291







RELATIVE RANK OF CITIES.


In 1S-o th.lre were but fourteen cities each
containing more than ioo,o,.: inhabitants. In
iSbo this number had increased to twenty, and
in 18q9 to atenty-eight.
In iSso there was but one city, New York,
which had a population in excess of a million.
In 18go there were three, New York, Chicago,
and Philadelphia.
The number and relative tank of cities hav-
ing a population of ioo,aco or more at the date
of etah of these censuses aie set forth in the
following table.



1800. 138u. IB70.
Ne, Vc.rk, N V. ....... ......... 1 1 1
C rc ciE:o, III.. ..................... 2 4 5
Plaladelphi. Pi................ 3 2 2
Brc.klpn, N V................... 4 3 3
Saint L.:.u M ..... ........... 5 6 4
Bouron, Mhi ....................... 6 5 7
Eiirmore, id .... .............. 7 7 6
S-an Frar.cc:), Cal. ................ 8 9 10
Circia~nit 0.................. 9 8 8
Cle i land, 0. .................... 10 11
Bufflo, N. \. .................... 11 13 11
Ncw Orlean., La ........ ........ 12 10 9
P.lubrch, Pa .................... 13 12
W'as;ngto,:, ED. C. ..... ......... 14 14 12
Derr. :.it, M i.h .. .. ........ 15 18
MIilan, kee, i. ........ ...... 1l; 1'9
Newark, N. J. .. ...... ... 17 15 13
MlTr.neajp-:-;, Minn .... ... .. 18
Jeraey Cir, t J ....... ..... ... 10 17
L..u ,.dlle, K .. .... ... ...... 20 16 14
Omaha, Neb ... .... ... ... .. 21
Roihciher, N V.... ... ... .... "22 .
Sa;n PauJ, Minn ........ ....... 23
Kin'vu City, Mlo ... .............. 24
Providen.:e, R I.. ...... ....... 25 20
E en r., Cr: ............... ..... .26 .
Inda.iopou i. Ind ......... ..... 27
Allegheny C; y, Pi................ 28







VALUES OF FOREIGN COINS.


The following estimate, by the DLrector of the
Mint, of the valucS of Foreign Co;in-, is prc.
claimed by the s'c.ietary of the TLcasury, in
p[ur-ui-nce ot the ,ro:'.'il of sectionn 2; of the
Act of August 2:, r[,94, to be the i alude of such
coins in termni of the mon-el of account of. the
United Srtites, to be follkmcd in estiinatini the
aalue of all Iorcign nerc:handise exported to the
United. St:ites on or after Jan. i, iS90, expressed
in any of s-Uh metallic currencies:

Co.'riiN. Si sNL.Ano. hM.nrAInT UNIT iLEN

AAgenr.;ne Repub G,.l, & .li P.: ......... ,. ,
Ai ri.a- Hunc-r, I'.ld I roe ............. o 3
bUelig .... .. G.:.jd & I.'. FrInc ..... .. .. 3
DolivI ...... .. Silri l i.l, irri, .. .... 4,
Bia.' . 1I .... lile ........ 54 6
Br lsh Am r.ci -.Id ..... D.l.ir ........ .
C.I i'I A-m. Sidr .silver [. .. c 40
Chlli...... .... Go .ld& S: l Pe.c. 0o 2
CSliglnl 0 --* 5
Cluna .......... Sh er ..... T:-el H.aS k.ei l io 8
C.|i.,lin;
Colrnm ia ...... S. 'er .. Peio .. .. .. 40 i
CuLn ...... .r,j & ih' Pe:o ............. I : 6
Denuiiii k .... Gold C roon ....... :, i
Ec.,ulorr ... ..... '.. i r %Scre... ...
Lgp[ ........ .. : ..... P. ,d'ic. i, li trc. l) 4 -4 3
Fnlind... ld.. .. Mark ... ..... : l
F n ce .. .. C li Fr .c .... ..
Geri... n E I .. ~-IG ld .. [ i. .......... :
(_jr,' Bril, .....C G '.d .. PoelId rl.rg .. 4 r f.
Greece ... Gold.ii lv I ch. ni ... .. i. 3
H )i li ...... .i. ,I.. 1 ; il.: G.lturI e ..... ... .
Ii.. I .... e. r .. .. i ee .. ......... c i 3
S.... .. '.d l Lu . 3
j pil .......... C l,.ld i i lv r .. c
LiLeri3 .. l Gold I. Dollar. .... ... '.
Metc o .... ; .. Dollar ..... .... 5 3
NetlherlhnI. G..li & ;\l I lorinn ..... 4 2
N, fi.'ur.dlIr.d .. old .. L llr ... ... 4
Norway. .. C.: ..... Cro, n ......... t. 8
Peru.......... '-il, v r r-..l .... o 4
Ponurtug- .. .. d .. .. r.lr.i i .... i
Rueiii ....... 5,,.er ... Kuble I c
lin .......... ,:l..i ,;Iv Pei a .. ... I
"cder ... G Id Cro. n .... o
Sin _:"rlirnid G.dcl I. ri i-,e ... 9 3
Tril.-i I ........ like .... M I h ,alb ubt f~l plail' 44 3
Ilikev .. .'.. 1.-i .. fiirer .. 0 4 4
\'enezu-la.... .. ColdA sIlhilnr ......... .o ,. 3








INTEREST LAWS OF ALL THE STATES.


Si IEs 'iD


Alaboma ......
AlaKa........
Arizona ......
Arkansa ......
Calif rila......
C.lortdo .......
ConnrLticut...
Delaware .......
District of Col .
Florila ...... .
Gerc_-.a .......
Idrahl ...........
Illinoih. .......
IndJiana .......
Jowa...........
h i n "a .... ..
Kentucky ...
Lo tilo.lns ......
Maione ..........
M,.rylan.i .....
Minbacehusr. .
Mlichl',bar ......
Mlinlacil .....

ir.'houn ..... .
l-iana ....
Nebraska ...
N ada.........
New Har mp ire
New J.iC F ....
NLe Mexico ,
New York.....
North Car..inta.
Nortin Dakota..
Ohio..........
Or. gn ........
'PInnylva0ra..
Rhude Islnrd .
CSr.[h Car.jlina.
So.uill Daknol .
TInnqriisee......
Te x.. .........
Utah ...........
'.'rm ni ........
1'.rFinir .......



Wi' min r......


PENALTY OF iUSUR7. S pc:cl.

Fori.a lure of nil inlLritu tiI n.... b pir ct.
Fiorfrture ofd .db ir.. ....... 6,llp,.r ci.
rioo a1 t .... ... ..... 7,Nu lim it
r-.irfi.:turof principal & LtJ. tai ; 1) per c .
Nou e .,b .......................... 7 .' d lim it.
None I() () ................ No Imit.
None 'bi........... .......... 6i per ct.
Forfeiture of conTrct i b'....... 0i pr ct.
[Frfiiture Of entire hinateicr b i. i; Wl per :t.
Foriiure or inieree I bi ..... I' per ce.
Forfetndre of a lirercalt b) .... 8I pr.r ci.
e, bi ..................... ... .1 IAt p..r ct.
forf':atri e of entire intrict i b '1 p:r ct.
[orfielur o cxfexet, sof int. I'ar i IS per ct.
r.r-ie'stre of itn & c-- ai i f) 'l 1' pir El.
rortf( alre of rI.x-r- o tnt ina'l... aIl per cL.
For-e ri re of i.tert il a ....... tI t pur c.
foricintre of inrkrcil i tb... .... per et
Nune oit. ..... ....... 6 N- limit.
Fo'i enure of t'ecit c-f int. i'a).. 6, Fi per ct.
None in .... ....... ......... 1 No lini.I.
F.-.rfiItare .3f intereri.l (.... .. 6 EP pir ci.
Forf(outie of principal (a :....... 7 I. Ler et.
r.rf.inir, r o Inf i rt .st i ........ 6 l If pfr ci.
-oriiCtur C.i Cuire i [tlrFL .... *j p r c .
Non1 e a,......................... lrNo limit.
Fr.r-iciuru oi inrircurt (a ....... 1 lil per it.
Noniibi ......... ...... .. IiNo lmiit.
Forl-'i of one-half principal rat 0 1i per c .
F-orciL uf miller int & cc:.. (b'i 6, i ptr it.
Forit oti txc .aim & |',)lfr.e it i ii 1[2 pCr ci.
id i tb ..... ....... ii pt cI.
r'rfl'.:uri of inlt'rlt il .... ... C -cr Ic
rurrciridrc of enrllet (a. i ... .. :,I rr ct.
F-rfilure of xcrca.i fn) .... .... I i t per ct.
Forfiilure O-f prncrpal & Int. Ih' i 'lO per cf.
Forfinuri of tice of iatl. in.. i[ pir ci.

Fonr-i'.-re of inlttrsi in i. ..... : l, rpEr ct.
eFoiifrure of ir.t i. principal Ia) .:[l rer ct.
Forflri'. reof cxci. c o if in. i bi.. 6 Ll pir t. .
Frc.rfliure of entire interict i.Ii I. 'i pri c
Nor.r. .b' ................ ... S o 1lrr..t
l'r.r.:itu e f inicr.t i ....... i,! i. per cr
Fr.rr-f-l.ofexc'oVerGpr.nrci i bI l, C'pcr ct.
'c-r.e ii'....... ........... IS N. limit.
,.rfi re of e.. TF.rl'-irtre of entire ilit-.r.o ib 1. It. per ct.
O.l ig- ..... ......... ... It No lim it.


I ) Gracn. (hb N o Grace. (elt TI-.r, Inlirir- hr t-hrderi
t) prCi c-: i. firom hi-.r.i-o r for, i-r .hr.i-.l fiu i l I) i .runt cr oil ;:
p.ir. hlible naiTnora-i:n.ii.inr r (Li firk'r rinv .n niri. anl biilln
of exctrneA ii Defennitnt t.) .-ricit .ll pi r cl nt id'r 1.
uchr..I ifr'ld ic No) [aiirhe or rcli.: ..n preie Illni ed b
ciir.m -.-f tink- in m-n 'ni t'h'i Six per cnct. n li StL&ai
County and municipal bornds bad warr-ants.







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LEGAL HOLIDAYS.
In most ol the States when the holiday falls on Sunday
the Monday follown.rg .i the holiday. NOIes must
be paid on the S3turday preceding.
ALABAMA-Jan 1 and I'), Feb 22, April 20, G:c.d
Friday, June 3. July 4, Dec 25
ARIZONA--Jan 1. Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, D-c 25,
any day cif Lhiankrgivintg ur gern-:ril elecoc.n.
CALiFORNNIA-JI.n 1, Ieb I2, Mac 30, July 4, Sept
1, lt MoNonda, in Oct Tltatcik.irEg, Dec. 26, gencril
election.
COLORADO-Jan. 1, Feb 22, lMa 30. July 4, li
Morda, ;n Sept, Thanksgiving, Dec. 2i, ALrbr Di.,
general election
CONNECTICLiUr-Jan. 1, Feb 22. Fast div, Mav 30,
lul 4, lit Monday in Sept., L.,colu'i d ,' in Oct.
(15), Thanrk-~ig, Dec. 26
DELAWARE-f-Ji 1, I'b 2?, Mai 30, July 4, lhi
I..-.nday in Sept, TInankg-reiting, Dec. 25
FLORIDA--ar. 1 and 10, Feb 22, Aprd 20, Jani- 3,
Jul) 4, lit Mcnday in Sept., Thauki-igirng, Dc, 25,
general elecu.mn.
GEORGIA-J-n l and 10, Feb 22. April 26, Jil, 4,
lit londi in Scpt., any Thankipr,.ing, Dec -2
IDAHO-S-3aie a A.izoni Al-o Fnda\ afitr May 1.
ILLINOIS-Jan 1, Feb. 12 arnd 22, MaI ;. 411. ly 4,
lt Monday in Sept., Election Da), Thanksg9niag,
Dec. 25.
INDIANA-Jan 1, Feb 22, publ;k flt, May 30, .Jnl
4, lit MLonday in Sept., ThinklgiSing, Dec. 25,
general election.
IOWA--ln 1, Ma,v 30. July'4, 1.t Monday in Sept.,
Thankagiv,ng. Dtc 25, gcnerl election.
KANSAS-Ja. 1, Ma, 30., public tilt, Jul 4, 1,1 Mon.
day in Sept., Arbor Day, Tlanksgiing, Dec. 25,
gen ral election.
KENTUCK'Y-- ari 1. Feb 22, Ma 30, July 4, pubic
fair, Thaiks 'gii-ig, Dec 25
LOUISIANA-.lan 1 i.d 8, Feb 22. Mardi Gra:, Mar.
4 in New Orleair. (God Friday, Jul 4, Labor Day,
D.c. 25, All Sainis Dnv
I MAINE-Jii. 1. Feb 22, May 30, p,,bl.c fat, July 4,
lit Monday in Sept Thankl.gii-.i g, Dec. 25.
MARVLAND-Jan 1, Fb 22, G.rl I rida\, iMav 30,
July 4, 1t Monday i, Sept.. l.aikqg' iiing, Dec 25,
general el-:l--on, everyC Satuday p rt.
MIASSACHUSELTrS--eb 22, April 19, Mi.y 30, July
4, 1it Monda, in Sept Tliark-gi.;ng, Dec 25
MICHIGAN-Jan. 1, Fet, 22, lMa-y30. jal 4. 1t Mon-
div in Sept Dec 25, lfa:nc and thalIksgnai ng day.
MNNiESOTA-Jin. 1, Feb. 12 aid 22, i:Cod I idly,
Mlfy 3U, July 4. It lMc.nday in Scpi., Tlihaitaginag,
Dec 26. Arbor Day, geer .er election.
MISSISSIPPi-- uly 4, Dec 25.
MISSOiRI-Ian 1, Feb 22, M'\ 30, JItly4, li Mon-
da, i-n Sept.. D.:c. 2f'. Tlinir, 'en vinn, eriersl election.
MONTAN --Jan.. Frb. 22, Mav 3, i.Lul.c l,, Jiull
4, lt Mondiv in Sept Thankgi-i.ng, Dec 25, ArbLr
Div, general election
NEBRASKA-J.an 1, Feb. 22, Apr;i 22, M1ay 30, Jly 4,
lit MLon i Sept public lai, Tlialik.Lgaglg, Dec. 25.







LEGAL HOLIDAYS.

NEVADA--Jn. 1, Feb 22, I~Ma 30. July 4, Oct. 31,
Thanksgiing, Dec 26, general election.
NEW HAMPSHIRE-Feb 22, Ft day, M ay 30, July
4, Ist Mlonday in Sept., Thanksgiving, Dec 25, gen-
eral election.
NEW JEi 4, lat Monday in Sepi Tla3nkgiLing and Fala day,
Dec 25, eveiy S.turday r M general eleicon. Note.l
and dralir pwavble on secular or libinein. day next suc-
ceedeig e llc holiday.
NEW MEXICO-Jarn. 1, July 4, Dec 25, and all days
tor [timl;g and thank .ivinc. Notes due on holidoyi
are p.lilUle on the next bu-ines day thereafter.
NE.W YORK-Jan 1, Feb. 12 and 22, Ml:, 30, July 4,
1st Monday in Sept., Dec 25,_general election, esery
Saturday p m Thankspivnng, taste day
NORTH CAROLINA-Jin. 1 and 10, Feb 22, Ilny
10 and 20, July 4, Thanksgnving, Dec. 25. Notes
and drait piay'ble on secular or business day next suc-
ceeding each hlc.;da
NORTH DAKOTA-- J n. 1, Feb. 22, May 30 1 ,dv 4,
Arbor Day, Thar.kigiving, public fast, Dec. 25, gen-
eral CleLtioin.
OHIO-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May3)0, July 4, lit Monday in
Sept Thnk'civing, Dec. 25, general election
OREGON-Jan. 1, Feb 22, May 30, lit Sat. in June,
July 4, lt Monday in Sept., public hft, Thank.giv-
ing, Dec 25
PENNSYLVANIA-Jin. 1, Feb. 22. Good Friday, July
4, 1si Monday in Sept.. Thanksgiving, Dec 26 Dec-
oration day. general election, every Sit P m
RHODE ISL.AND-Feb. 22, 1t rriday ir, May, May
80, July 4 1Is Mondly in Sept., Thankg;gingE Dec.
25, enerLl election.
SOUL CAROLINA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, uly 4, I-t
lMonday in Sept., Natonal Tlunksgisllfg, Dec 25,
General election.
SOUTH DAKOTA-See North Dakota.
TENNESSEE-Jarn 1, Good Friday,, Ma 30, lulv4, Ist
Mon. in Sept., Thinkcgiving. Dec 26, gen'i eleccnn.
TEXAS-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, March 2, April 21, July 4
lis Monday in Sept Dec. 25, days of fasnng and
hibnk ,giving, eleci.:.n day.
UTAH-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, July 24, 1st
M.:,ndiv in Sept, Thankali-.ng, Fast das, Dec 25
VERMONT--Jan 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, Aug. 1,
Thank giving, Dec 25.
VIRGINIA-J-in. 1 and 10, Feb. 22, Fast day, July 4,
Ii Monday in Sept., Tlhakngising, Dec 25.
'WASHINGION-Jan. 1, Feb 12 and 22, Decorat;on
day, July 4, l1t Monday in Sept., Thrnk-giving, Dec.
2., generira election
1VEST VIRGINIA-Jan 1, Feb 22, July 4. Dec 25,
or :a day of Nirnonal thankrliviirg. generd elic;on
WISCONSIN-Jan. 1, Feb .2. Ma-y 3'l, Aibor Dfy,
July 4, Thankiivine, Dec 25, general clecii.n.
WV\OMIING- lan. 1, Feb 22. Mav30, JIul 4. 1 t Mon-
d:a, in Sept., Arbor Day, Thanks.ging, Dec. 25, gen-
eral elecunn.







STANDARD TIME.
In this Almanac the risings and settings of the Sun and
Moon are given in local mean rime, as heretoiore. The
Tides are given in STANDARD TIMB.
To change to STANDARD TIMB add or subtract the
minutes as given below, according a they are marked p.',s
or minus.

Standard Time Diviaions as adopted by the Railroads,
EASTBRN STANDARD-75Lh Mendian. Canada, be-
tween Quebec and Denoii,-U. S. east of Buffalo, NY :
Pirsbarg, Pa.; Wheeling and Huntington, W. Vi
Brirtol, Tenn.; Charlotte, N. C, and Auguta, Ga.
CBNTRAL STANDARD--qoIh Meridian. We-t from
" Eastern limits, as above, to Broadvien, Canada: to the
Missouri River in Dakota; North Plane and McLook,
Nebraska; Wallace and Dodge City, Kansas; Toyah and
Sanderaon, Texas.
MOUNTrIN STANDARD--io5th Meridian. We.t from
"Central" limits to Heron, Moni.na; Ogden, Utah;
Needle: and Yuma, Arizona.
PACIFIC SraNDA.D- inoh Meridian. West from
" Mountain" limits to coalt.

Correction for the following Cities.


Eastern Standard,
750 Longirude.
l atre,.
Bangor, Me......... 25
Augusta, Me. ....... ar
Portland, Me........ 19
Boston, Mass........ 16
Newport, R. I....... v5
Providence, R I..... 14
Concord, N. H...... 14
New London, Conn. ii
Springfield, Mass. .. o
onrpelier, V......- o
Hartford, Conn...... 9
MAoncrea, Que.......- 6
Albany, N. Y........ -
New York, N. Y ... 4
Utica, N. Y......... -
Philadelphia, Pa.....
Syracuse, N. Y......
Baltimore, Md....... b t
Washington, D. C. .. 8
Rochester, N. Y..... -
Buffalo, N. Y ........ w6
Pitsburg, Pa........ so

Mountain Standard.
So50 Longitude.
Denver, Col......... o
Sah Lake City, Utah, + 28


Central Standard.
go" Longitude.

Cleveland, Ohio..... 33
Columbus. Ohio ..... 29
Detroit, Mich. ...... 25
Toledo, Ohio........ o2
Dayton, Ohio ....... 23
Cincinnan, Ohio .... 22
Louisville. Ky....... i
Indianapolis, Ind..... i6
Chicago, Ill.......... to
Mdwalkee, Wis..... 8
Springfield, 111 ...... -
Memphi, Tenn......
New Orleans, La. ...
St. Louis, Mo .......
Rock Island, III..... 3
Dubuque, Iowa ....- 3
Burlington, Iowa.... 5
S,. Pani, Mimn ..... -1a
Des Mloinet, loa... -1
Kansas City Mlo..... S
Galvetono.eas .... -
Omaha, Nb. ...... 24

Paolfio Standard.
i.-' Longitude.
Sacramento, Cal ..... 6
San Francisco, Cal ..-- + o







IIIGI- TIDE.

(STANDARD TIME.)


JANUARY.
Bo-r. N. V.
T1IL'. TI'UE.
Mornr... M lnil,.

9 3' 6 30
10 33 7 28
t 2?5 8 21
..... 9 1
o 37 9 56
120 1o 37
2 2 II 16
2 40 1 i 56
3 iS o 16
4 0 0 59
4 46 1 44
5 35 33
6 30 3 "7
7 28 4 25
8 27 5 23
9 23 6 21
to 16 7 '3
tr 5 7 59
11 49 8 46
o II 9 3
o 54 10 12
1 35 10 50
2 17 "1 35
3 2 ..
3 51 o 49
4 49 I 4S
5 55 2 53
7 S 4 S
8 19 5 '6
9 23 6 2
io 19 7 16


FEBRUARY.




II 7 S 2
11 49 8 45
o 9 9 26
o 47 1o 3
1 23 'o 37
2 0 II 13
2 37 i 53
3 16 o 14
4 1 o0
4 52 1 51
5 5 2 50
6 54 3 5'
7 YS 4 54
8 5S 5 56
9 52 6 5o
o10 42 7 37
I 24 8 21
.... 9 4
o 27 9 46
r 9 to 2B
I 53 II II
2 41 .....
3 34 o 32
4 37 1 36
5 50 2 47
7 2 3 59
8 o 5 7
9 9 6 7


-


MARCH.
Eo,r. N. '.
TIL 111B TO2.
N r. r.[ MH Irll

9 59 6 56
o1 41 737
it 19 8 14
ii 54 8 52
on 1 23
o 47 1o 2
I 22 10 37
2 r II 16
2 42 .....
3 27 o 25
421 1 20
5 21 2 19
6 25 3 23
7 29 4 26
S 29 5 26
9 22 6 2o
10 11 7 8
To 55 7 49
11 38 8 34
o 0 9 2o
o 45 to 7
1 35 'o 55
2 28 11 53
3 26 o 25
4 32 1 31
5 42 2 40
6 49 3 46
7 51 447
8 42 5 39
9 27 6 25
o1 8 7 5







HIIGT-I TIrDE.

(STANDARD TIME.)


APRIL,
C~ ,r N.
li u 1 IoE.


10 4" 7 41
l ?21 S I5
" 55 S 5
o 13 9 31
o 52 to 9
1 32 1o 49
2 17 II 35
3 3 0
3 54 53
4 52 Sr
5 53 2 5
o 54 3 51
7 52 4 49
S 45 5 43
9 37 6 35
10 26 7 -22
i1 13 S 7
..... 8 50
o 2' 9' 52
1 23 10 46
2 21 II 46
3 IS o ii
4 19 I '7
5 21' 19
6 20 3 IS
7 14 4 It
S 4 5 0
3 49 5 46
9 33 6 ?S
10 11 7 8
. . .


MAY.
Bo,-. N. Y.
TIDE 'liun.
Mor n.r j. M rr,1 rE.
10 50 7 44
i 2'7 8 2:
.. 9 4
o 2" 9 4.
I 1I 10io 9
1 57 15
2 43 .....
3 31 29
4 23 I 22
5 19 2 17
6 15 3 '3
7 12 4 9
S 5 6
9 4 6 :
9 59 6 57
10 55 7 49
11 49 8 46
0 17 9 43
I '3 o1 37
2 9 II 31
3 2 ..
3 54 o 53
4 47 I 46
5 3S 2 36
6 2S 3 '6

86 5 2
8 i 5 4.'
9 36 6 34
10o 2 7 iS
I. 5 59


JUNE.
Bi c, N. Y
*l l lD l II.,.


I 47 8 43
0 9 9 29
o 53 10 12
I 3S o1 54
2 2 Ii 39
3 5 O 3
3 5'r 50
4 42 1 41
5 37 2 35
6 35 3 32
7 37 4 34
8 40 5 38
9 43 6 4'
10 45 7 40
1 41 S 37
0 7 932
o 59 10 21
I 49 I1 7
2 35 11 54
3 19 0 17
4 3 1
4 5 48
5 39 2 37
630 3 27
7 23 4 19
8 15 5 12
9765
9 7 6 5
9 SS 6 55
0 45 40
1 30o S 25
..... .....







HIGC-H TIDE.

(STANDARD TIME.)


JULY.

O yr. N. V.
*'liu "IIuB
M 'rilny Mjrnin


o 33

I 57

3 21
4 9
5 4
6 S
-7 i-
8 29
9 35
10 36
II 2S

o 3S
I 20
2 I

3 20
4 3
4 52
5 46
6 44
7 43
S 40
9 34
10 24
II 8
11 50
0 Io0


9 io
9 52
1. 31
II 12
II yoi
o 19
i 8
'

3 6
4 '4
5 2!o
6 33
- 32-
S 22
9 '4
9 57
io 36
1I 15
t 5"
o iS
' 3
1 51
2 44
3 42
4 40
5 3"
6 34
20


AUGUST.

Bo-r N V.
"l'uf. "'l n


o 49
k~=9
2 II
2 55
3 45
4 45
5 55
7 I,
S 23
9 2.7
io 22
I 9
II 9

o 4-
1 24

2 42
3 25
4 1:2
5 9
6 Io
7 12
S 12
9
9 5.
10 4:
1 I 23

0 22
1 4


io 6
,10 45
II 2S

0 44
1 44
2 53
4 7
5 20
6 25
7 '9
S 3
S 47
9 27
10 4
o1 38
11 16

G 2,
I II
2"
3 7
4 9
5 10
6 6
6 55

S iS
S 59
9 4'
10 :23


SEPTEMBER.

C'-oT. N. V.
liou luilE.


1 49
S37
3 33
4 3S
5 51
7 5
8 12
9 S
9 58
10 42

1 54
o 12
0 53o
I 29
2 10
2 54
3 42-
4 37
5 37
6 39
7 39
S 33
9 23
10 10
10 54
11 36


0 44
1 34


II 7

0 31
I 37
2 49
4 2
5 S
6 6
6 s6
7 37
8 13
S 52
9 30
10 7
10 44
ri 26

o 41
I 36
2 35
.3' 37
4 36
5 3'
6 2!
6 ?I
7 7
7 49
S 32
9 IS
to 6
10 6







HII Ic- TIrDE.

(STANDARD TIME.)


OCTOBER.
Bo.T. N l
TI DB. Ti L..
>ls..,,ni. Nor..r. .{


2 30
3 29
4 35
5 44
6 50
7 47
S 40
9 26
io S
10 46
11 23


1 0
1 43
i 29
3 16
4 S
5 3
6 i
6 5S
7 53
3 44
9 34
10 24
11 '3

o 3'
I 20,

S--2
3 22


II 55
o 27
34
2 42
3 47
4 44-
5 3S
6 24
7 5
7 4'
8 i7
8 5S
9 33
1o I8
11 c0
I' 49
o 14
1 7
2 2
2 5S.
3 54
4 49
5 41
6 32

S 9
9
0 50
10 51
II 40)
0 20


NOVEMBER.

Bc-r N Y.
iTlu. TiLim.
Mi.rul-.g. M1u ;..l..


4 22
5 21
6 17
7 12
8 I
8 49
9 32
io. 15
'C 55
"I 35

o 33
I 22
2 6
2 so
3 37
4 26
5 IS
6 12
7 S
S 6
9 4
[o I
10 55
Ii 53
0 22
I IS
2 I]
3 4
3 5S


I 21
2 19
3 '5
4 9
4 58
5 46
6 30
7 12
7 49
S 3'
9 '5
9 5S
10 30
11 23

o 35
1 25
2 16
3 10
4 5
5 3
6 i
6 58
7 53
8 49
9 48
ro 40
II 33
o I
o 52


DECEMBER.

BC.-T. N V.
IZuE TIDEr.
Muruil... M iri.lr.r


4 45
5 37
6 29
7 20
8 9
8 58
9 46
o1 32I
II I5
11 57
o IS
I I
I 43
2 =3
3 5
3 49
4 37
5 30
6 30
7 34
S 40
9 44
10 46
II 44
. o 0
I I
I 50

3 'I
4 3
4 5'


I 44
2 35
3 26
4 '7
5 6
5 56
6 44
7 :5

5 5

9 38
to 19
o1 57
11 40
0 2
o 47
I 36
2 23
3 2S
4 3r
5 37
6 43
7 42
8 39
9 34
10 22
Ii S
I 53
o 16
I 2
i 50







TIDE TABLE

rThe Tolloring value are devised from late determina-
tions at [ne UNITED STATES COAST SURVEY.)

To find the rime (Standard Tme) of High Warer at any
of the following places, add or Eubtract the hours and
m;nutes opposite the name of place u the inlloaing
T:ble, 13 (r from the hour; and minutes ol High Water
Lt NEW YORK for the requird da), as found mi the
Ca,~edar Page.

11z'
EASTERN STANDARD. ft.
Easrtrt. Me ....................... add 2a i i? 2
Bar Hirbor, Me..................... a2 ro 4
Portlnd, Me .......... ............ ''2 55 q
Poirtsmtniih, N. H .................... 3 6
lle .f Shoal., N. H................. 2 57 87
Ntbursport, Mass ................. 3 3 7
CGlot.:sier, Mass.......... .......... 4z .
Silem. Mh, S ........................ z2 47 a
Nalhant, lMa,................... ..... 50 q.4
Plmtoouth, Tlasl .................... 5) 10.
Proincevown, Ma ................. 7 9
Nantucket, Mass..................... 4 6 3
Vineyard Hae, M ..................... 3 32 .6
W'%ood's Hole, North Side, Mass. ... sub a a 4.0
Wood'. Hole, Soulh Sde, Mal,..... add o 4 6
New iedford Enitr.ace
IDumpLnrg Rackj, iass. .......... b. o z2 3
Ne port, i .. ................ ... 33 -.9
Port Judith, I. I. .................. 45 3 I
Sindt H, k, N. J........ .......... o 5 4 7
W\'tch Hill, R. I ...... ....... ... add o .4 7
Sionningmn, Conn ..................
New London, Corn .................. 4 2 6
Neaw Haven. Corn ................. 57 6o
Bridgeprrt. Conn. ................... 2 59 6 5
Mfonrauk Pr-int, L. I ............... a 4 1.)
Thro^s Neck, N. .............. 3 3 7
Cape May L'rndnag, N. J ........... 14 4.8
Newcastle, Del. ..................... 5 6
Phildl lphia, Pen ................. 5 46 to
Annrpoli, Md............... ........ sb 3 i 09
Biltimrre. Md ....................... 1 3 .3
R climond, Va. ...................... "i 4 3.6
Flattens Inlet, N. C. ................ o 56 z o
Be.a-ifot, N. C ..................... -35 2.S
Charleston tC. H. Wharf), S. C....... o g 5.
CENTRAL STANDARD.
Fort Puliaci (Si:annah Enr ), Gi ... sub. r 21 9
S:a.nrnh i Dry Dock WharlJ, Ci..... 26 6.5
Sc Arusti;e, Fl .... 7 4
Kev West, fli ...... ............. add o 51 i.2
Timpa Bay (Ecmon Ke)). Fla. 2 ." 1.4
Ceiir Keys (Depoi Key), F..... 4 2 2.6







FESTIVALS AND FASTS.


Epiphany .
Sepruagesirrm Sunday ..
Quinquagesima Shroie Sunday
Ash Wednesday .
Fir-i Sunday in Le .
St. Patick . .
Palm Sunday ....
Good Friday . .
Eaner Sunday .
o1i Sunday . .
Rogation Sunday .....
Ascension Dan Holy Thursday
Penlecor Whit Sunday .
Trinity Sunday .
Cor-u; Christ
St John B-prisz .. .
Mclhr3lms tav .
First Sunday in Advent
St. Andren .
Chri.nmra Day .


Jan. 6
Feb i4
I eb. 28
Mar 3
Mlar. ,
Mar. .7
April i
Apnl rIb
April is
April ,2.
Mll 2?
May ,'
Jurie a
June 13
SLne I
June 24
Sept. :9
No.. ;S
Nco.. 30
Dec. a2


MORNING AND EVENING STARS.
MIiranctr will be Evening Star about January 6, April
7, Augut :6, and Dece rber 2.7: and Morning Star about
February 15, June 15, and October 7.
VeiUvs n-11 be Evening Star ill April 3S; and then
Morning Star the resl of the year.
MNlaw wmil be Eiening Sar till November ir; and then
Morning Star the rest of ihe year.
lJ],cPn will be lnrr,;ng Star till Febnnrry t:; then
Eertnig Star tll September i:; and Ilien MoTWrnm Sar
again the rest of the year.
SATnrs "ill be Morning Stir ill fMar i;: then Even-
nlg Star till Noember 3; and then Mornng Star again
ahe rest of the year.



THE SEASONS.


E.ir-n Brr.1ard.
Venal Equinox ....M.r. r2, 1bh R.
Smnmer Soltice.... June ?o, i.' A.
Aurunmal Equinox..Fept. ,?, ih. A.
Winer Solstice.....Dec. 2i, hi. m.
Fnrair',.in SrnJ.ard.
Vernal Equinox.... 1Mar. ;o, ih. ri.
Summer Solstice.... lure 7o, qh A
Aurumnal Equinox..Sept ra, rih. M.
Winter Soltce... c. ac. 6h. u.


Cmrali BM.IdJrd.
Mar. -0, ah. ff.
June 2o, roh. A.
Sept. 12, oh .%.
Dec ?i, 7h M.
P rnflt Ir.Jdr,
Mar. :a, ch ii.
June Sh. A
Sept. a2, ioh rt
Dec. a2, sh. M.


-" ~


|








ECLIPSES FOR THE YEAR.


IN the year ij); ilere -.v1t be r-.j Edl;pRc, both ,Jf ith
5t N..
I Ar .NNI.L.\ R CLIF .g (F THIB Si.l, F brT.it rv I.
Visb'ble i North .AmrniC south oi a Line dra.,n through
L'os-tn. M mplhil, rnd La Pjz. Lo- .r LiL:iirrnt; Io
ScO th ATmeria 0 o h 1h'e cjhtCpLti-i of Plag u.it Io", tha
e.-ierzi edce of Autrli1a and il'l SUat.i Picfit- LCa-jn
The pilth of A.nnulu 3aIeragtnr lrr.y maJe. -'.&d,eme nd.r.g
fium the UorrlIern ijopa t c-f Nci. Z.alnlitd fire-,s ilie P.c.F.
Oci .. and Ihro:.g.h Ihe niortlh-wetierJ corner of Souil
Amrncerl OccJ-tig gcilrctil,, aa a Parual Ecl;pHj', ji.

fSi...llW.. ar L -r.
5La.,iJar.J D]1g>- s. E,.-I, n,^,ar ,

Ne Yrk. ratern I .i A M lldIJlt bEtc-fre ultin t 4'clht.
PhiliJ tIph iL Enalter 4 '"I i .\1 ,,Iaet Slhprit.
PlIr.hurgn. ra.tern in, biie- Inu1ri.l: -
%ianlri, :t- Li .trr I I' A '.p .I.ti. A. l in ll.
'lannlia .-n. rueri. I .1 r. f".m ..
Ncmw Ul'rit. CP, ral 1 1 I4 Cm a 2
, C.,BLauiit c .. Ce .itni il j h rn, A I

II AN .NNNULA.R ICtLIP:r oF 'TH SuirP, .Jul, 2,o.
Vi,;ble tr. North Anieria:j :juth ,f the Crrlh I'ailal of
I tualude, lo t lie nc-rthern half of SruIl- Atri -erica, thr esi-
trn edge of AJr;nc, ind, to portion of the PL,.F-C :ind AdinJ
tic Ocmen.. The pith of A.nidul 3 ar'er.g;n: i-cntr.-tite
tirlei -i.Idc, paii' .i iltrouch IMe\i:.c., [he e\\' In ]ride., and
Cipe it Roqu,:. nBril. Occitriing generally, a; a Parnil
Elip-c, i frla -

51a .nJ B.1 .. End.

Bi-Lr.n ......... .. Eastern I 'al i 11 Mt 4
w Y, rk l n..,crn I it a f l 11 It. ,
P ilr.ill,.J lplli ... Jtr.n i 4i t il 11 S t,


C ..m. ntril ? 1 p
Ci i ri~ f .. .. nfnl 7 11 5 1' 5" H *
N'.- Orlitna .. r ttri.I ]4 i J"l I U. it
Gu ist-in ... C nitrI l ? ri t ,i a ti
DIen.ei .. ... .. taunttin .. .2 Vt S 2. 'I

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.
D imlriici Letter . . C.
Ep..:tI .. . .
Liur.r Cycle, cr Goldcea Number .. .
Sotir C cle .
Roman indicpon. .. .. .
Julian Period ....... .... c ,o







The Calendars for the Latitude of
Boston and Chicago

,iay be used [*:r Centrrl and Soutiherr New England,
Cernral Ne. fork, ScLhrrn NiMchigi,,, iout'iern
W'..:oni;n, Norrl ri] Icn- j, North.rn Ncbra-ka, South
Dk1jllm, and Wyorrrng.

The Calendars for the Latitude of
New York and Philadelphia

May be need orr S.ou)hern Ne. 'cr'., New J.rsey, Penn.
sEldhan;, Northline, (Chio, Nornlie Indsiaha, Nornn
ern Illn-:is, 5'.uthrn I.:.a, and bScutlrn Nebras a.

The Calendars for the Latitude of
Washington, Uinc.nati, eto.

MIy be uas-d r.r Delh.'are, MIarylr.d. the VirininB,
S'.Cuilrn Ol.io. Sr.ulilirn Indilni, S.ulibern Illuaois,
Kentucky, M.louin, jni-as, and Colorrado.


THE SIZE OF THE SEAS.

M1edi lerri: n.:n ...... .........................2,00
Red .Ib......... .........................1,400
Bl.ck ........... .... ................... 032
Bilc ........... ...... ... .............. ... 600


AREA OF OCEANS IN SQ. MILES.
P Cific ................................... 80,000 000
Al.antic........................ ........(. 40I,00l,000
Indian ............... ....... .........20,000. 000
Soulhen.... ............. .......... 10,0U(J(000
Arniu ...................... ............. 65,000,00


SIZE OF THE GREAT LAKES.
11,. 1 Ml1 i i de.
Superior ................................ 380 12)
h ir pan ......... ....... ... .......... ...30 0t
Onlr7r ............................... 170 40
Chimplain ........... ... .......... 123 12
En' ....... .......... ................ 20 50
-H.ro ........... ............ ?F, 90
\nn e r..pe ............ ................240 40
Atlabaika.............. ................200 20














M1OON S PHASE.' EAST'N DIVISION CENT. DIVISION.

Na Fr; frc,,-. id. Ill 3.n r. 3d Oh 3ni A.
Fi|| Tr Qu.itTr .. .:'J 4h1 4r,.n A id. h. 4..i.. ,A.
FuLL MCO.ON .. id 311. ,-irn.. 1 ,' d. .. I ITr.. A.
LA-T QU..\r.Tf -dj l, 31 A1. :;J 1., mi,. A.


LATITUJO OF BOSTON
AND CHICAIu..
Div -*-- --*
,ir Sar l 1., N
SWR"It R R &;
i Fn. 3c0 o
2 S.. '4 -40 7 12
3 '7 30 ? ts
4 M:l .4 41 6 23



r u 2. I C..1 1 4
5 Tu. O 30
6 \\E. 4 44 43
in. 20 'o 4 S
S l'. .4 4)0 0o
9 .\ '- :. ir 52 ,?
Ic. 4 4 5 iiOiu i
ri i l,-. 20 0 1,
-12 Tu. ,4 5 i .I ;
S\VE. \ -S o
14 l ii. 4 5" 4 3
1 5 Fi. 7 5 4
i. S1 14 ""55 I

iS M2 ,. ,4 5- ie-_.
19 I'u. 1*'- 24
,C 1 .. 4 I

ST 2I1 S "

'4 -5 4 n'*l*".


- t I 15 41 ,
29 FR. i. 5 i
30 .!. i 5 '3 5 55
3 .5 1'7 14 3:


LAi. OF NivEW IuRp
AND P111

1.T. M Ir,,N

5 3
'4 15 5

.4 4 6 27
7' 5 ,S
4 4 4 5
4- 4' i 49
14 51 10 49
24 1 1 s1
4 57. I rnIi
24 0 5 1
14 15 I

s4 C- 3 5"
I' 22 4 5-
i5 c- 5 5-
S21 ) 40
2. 5 S e i .

5 4 IS '

5 4
I- Io 5q

7 i c. 9

14 2 3

'- 3 4 54
I5 l I 5 4'.'
4 C i r 3


L4T OF WA.H
IN. a ST LOUIS.

Sur >-.,:,r
R &3 R &S .
'- ,9 5 :,6
S4 4o 6 5S
s E t3.
4 C5 6 33
S" 19 4--'
S4 5-1 4S
I. 9 o
4 CU io CO
[i 49
.4 5- mcliri
oI 0 49
05 3 '49
2 40
5 2 3 50
'7 4 50
5 45 45
I7 I. 33
s c ries.

s 22
14 S 32
95 I 9 43




Ic. 2 33
s.5 it 3 4
r- Q 4 47
j 5 :c. 42
S7 2 -'6














.MOOn PhSES. EAST'N DIVI[ilN. CENT. DIVISION.

Naw M c.) ..... i-1 3i r id :1 i, ... .
I- ill. Q I 2 .i. :.,i. A rl. ili ;: 4. .
FLIIL .o ... i-d ;h Iiin ri. i-d. 4l. lll 1 i.
L.\-r Q I.rAi r .] .,,d oil 431i. A. ;:.I li I )..' A.


LATIuDE VO B6i0TuNN
AND iHICAGO.






% Y 24 "' 11
'.' 1< ,' T .. c

I' M -I 6 1 5

2 Tu. ,5 o U 3
3 \ ;, 1 ? 31
4 TI % ; F I S h-
5 FF.. 4 1 '

S 7 II 4.7
S Mu. 5 '4 ,iein iii
9 I U. 4 C 4.
IC \\F. 5 4
I'l 0
12 5 1 4-.
I i .4 '- 0 1 3-

F 1 47, 3 4,
4 S 5' 57 0
1 5 ,. c 5
1 10. .. .35 .


I FX ,. o .. S.
,',\. 5 41'' 9 51 '
2 '6 i -4 1 1 ~

E. '. 4, 4 o 1
'4 \V| >5 45 I 4.;,
'"1 11. 4i 2 s
X ,\. *o s .,1 4I
I .. 4 .. i
.... .... 5 I


LAT OF NEW L hr
ANU PHILA



'7 10 .rCIs.
s5 -i6 ?
;, S 7
3 -

' 9 3-
'5 25 1*' 3"
' : 3 II 37'
* 5, 27 mOrn
," 2i o rrl
' 0 4i

,6 5) 2 44
: 3 41

35 3 5 '
; 53 5 52

o 51 li es.
5 3S I" j 25
IU 4:- 40
'5 4- 9 50
rb 4 5 I '13
j 5 44 1noril
'16 4' r
5 4- I, 13
. 3'; 4-13
*5 41 44

.'* 4 3
, .


LHT OF WASH
CIN t ST. LOtLII.


1, i is S
;- 6 sel-.
s5 4 6 9q
7 4 7 34
S- S 36
2.' 9 30
S-S ic' 34
1' o Ii
. 1 5 30 1i"o

5 3,1 i 3"
,t 56 a 3S

s 5 3' 3 34
I, 53 4 4
'5 ;. 5 9
II C 4'
":'* 5' 5 4'
'5 30 6 2
6 48 tisei.
5 4' '' 20
,6 40 8 39
S5 44 0 53
0 431 II
-'5 46 imoiin-
0 4'- o 24
'5 45 1 3
:. 37' 2 41
s5 1. 3 35
"-' 35 4 24
'5 52 5 2










.i" r


MOON'S PHASES. EAST'N DIVISION. CENT. DIVISION.
II., S.h ~r, a le., .
Ntuh Mu.r ...... 3d. 6. s6m. 3-. 5h. 56m. M.
1rllh QLiA.TBit .. lid ioll 23m. M. lid. qlh. 2mr. M.
FuLL A.Inor ... i&d. 4h. ,Sin. .. i6d. 31J. zSm. A.
La..r QuAllrs .. j5id.. cm.. o 2. id. 6h. om u.


LATITUDE OF BOSTON
AND CHICGITO.

.i1 S'N MoO.r
C_ W"k R&'. R.&S
I Mo. r-6 35 5 3S
Tu. 5 52 6 2
3 \"L. '06 32 sets.
4 'IH. 5 54 7 23
5 FR. r6 2S 8 26
6 S~. s95 r 9 29
7 s 6 5 10 32
8 Mo. 1 5 591 35
9 Tu. r'6 21 morn
10 W\V. 6 i 3-
II Tu. r6 IS I 35
Ii Fl. ,6 4 2 2
13 S.`. r6 15 3 13
14 s6 6 3 5I
15 NM. '6 II 4 24
16 l'i s6 8 4 52
17 \ i: '6 8 s5 I
iS TH. f'6 11 rises.
ul) Fe. r6 4 7 36
20 SS. .6 13 S 56
21, r-6 I 10 IJ
22 Mo. s6 5 11 35
23 Tr. 'rS 57 morn
24 Wi'. ;o 17" o 4C
2 TH. r5 54 I 46
26 Fr. s6 20" 2 34
:; S.. '5 50 3 12
28 26 22 3 43
z2 Mo. 5 4 S
30 Tu. so 24 4 29
31 W\ r5 4 4 49


LAT. OF NEW YORI
AND PHILA
L'.~nl M nan Tim.
SliN MOI'O
R.& R&iS.
r6 33 535
s5 53 6 o
r6 30 sets.
s 55 7 22
-6 27 8 24
s5 5S 9 2
ro 24 10 28
s6 0 II 30
,6 21 morn
A6 : o 31
r6 17I [2
s6 4 2?I
'6 14 3 7
s6 6 3 46
'6 II 4 20
j6 9 4 43
;6 S 5 15
;o 11 ri'es.
'6 4 7 34
s6 13 8 52
,6 I to 12
.i6 15 1 29
'5 5S morn
so6 17 0 39
"; 54 I 39
.0 19 2 2S
r5 51 3 7
o 21 3 39
r5 4S 4
s6 23 4 2
r5 44 4 49


LAT. OF WASH.
GiN. & ST. LOUIS.
TI.c. alam rlr....
SIN MOON
R.&S. R.&S.
r6 32 5 32
-5 54 5 59
r6 29 sets.
s5 57 7 22
;6 26 8 23
- 5 59 9 23
rb 23 10 23
s6 I II 24
r6 2o mom
s6 3 2'4
r6 17 I 21
.6 5 2 14
'6 14 3 0
s6 7 3 40
r6 11 4 r6
s6 9 4 47
r6 8 5 '5
s6 I ri'es.
r6 5 7 33
s6 13 8 50
r6 2 10o 8
s6 15 l 23
rs 58 morn
s6 16 o 32
'5 55 I 32
s6 81 2 22
'5 52 3 2
s6 20 3 36
SS 491 4
6 22 4 27
r5 46 4 50













MOON'S PHASES. EA.T NI DIVISION. CENT. DIVISION.

NRv M Oi. ...... I ril. :4m. A. o .2 I...
I- Ia-r Qu;'i .ni od. 3h. :;m. .r. iod. -l. :.i,. .
FLLL. MlooN. .. Id. qr .m r. I- oil. : .. M.
La Ts QuJaRTER.. : ;d 4h1. 41m. A. 3.-jd ll 4S11. A.


LATiTUDE OF BDlruN
AND ClHCAGO.
L., L ..I ),.... i... e
*' of .F Ur MO.ON
0 W'k I'' '_ I -.S
1 TH. '5 14: 5 9
2 FR. i6o S 4t-'.
3 S.. 3S 8 22
4 rb jo 9 25
5 IM 5 35 io 2"
S''u. hb 32 1 2"6
7 \V'r. 31 ion I
S 'IlH. '6 34 0 20
9 FF. '5 '2SI 7
iol S.. 16 3,I 43
II ~ 5 25 2, 2
12 M'o. 10 I 50
13 *T 5 ?1 3 'C,
14 Wr.. 6 41 3 40
i1 I'l. '5 15 4 4
16 FR. .0 43I 4 350
17 SA. 4 I ises.
18 6 44 9 12
19 Mo. '5 12 10 29
20 Tu. ,' 4 I 1 36
21 WI. 9 mai
22I T. 6 .o 0
23 F:i. 6', 6 I '
24 S. 6- 5 1 45
25 3 2'
206- M. '6 r4 2 34
271 TU ,', 0 : 1,
28 Wr .6 ,o 3 14

3o FR. -o 59 3 56

I H 45-33


LAT OF iNEW vOR
AND PHILA.
Si.r MSI. ;.
- &S.. 1< 1 ,'

.5 43 5. Sc
,6 26 S-eti.
r", .9 S iS
6 :S 9 20o
5 36 10 21
j 30 11 19
.5 33 iWoni-
0. 33 o 13
'51 30 I I
16 35~ I 42
1 27 ? I
.'6 7" 2 4"
r5 '4 3 14
so 39 3 j3
r5 o0 4 5
.6 4i 4 32
SE 17 ries.c
j6 43 9 6
r-5 14 1 23
6 45 II 0
'5. ii mnuirn
id 4- 0 24
r5q 9 1 7
56 49 i 41
r55

o 5, '2
"5 3 '-' 4
,6 5 3 'i
' 5 3 36
16 5! 3 50


LAT O0 WAiH.
IN .L ST. LOuii.
L,,,,AI pI.a,, Il..,,
SLTAr M l- T,-
R &S R S.
r5 44 5 I?
, ) 24 setb.
'7 41 8 14
j6 27 C1 i5
'5 iS 10 15
0 9 1 1 13
"5 35 n1 n
s6 31 o 6
r5 3:2 C 4
6 393 36
rs 29 ,:2
"- 351 2 4'
r", 2', 3 '3
s6 3.' 3 3
r 23 4 6
s6 38 4 35
r5 ?o rizeL.
so 4-0 9
'75 17 i 106
.6 42 22
S 54 nlornl
sO 44 17
r5 i2 I I
jo .6 I 37
y o 4S 2 6

"5 7 2 55
ib ') 1._* 3 10
,': 4 3 3'.
s6 52 4 3


--














MOON'S PHASE. EAST'N DIVISION. CENT. DIVISION.

Not l Moor' ... id. 3h1. 4..m id :I.. rIm A.
FiiA;T QUARTai .. cG.1. .11 3.111. A ud. I:,i i:-m. .
i' t L Oi c'r .. t. i.. 1bi. 5 ,11 f icd. -1.. 5 11i.. M.
1. ,\ QLI.\n lTn d .h 74,rn. M.. 2d. 3h .~m MI.
Neha Moio........ jid 7h im. id th. -m. M.


LATiTUDE OF BOSTON
AND HIIAlft O
Day
.1 S ION l Nlu.) .
~ ,.i S.r[ M ,.,..r.
-, W.k R &R R SL -
I S.\. r4 54 4 z2c
21 a7 r 4etrs.
31Mo. -4 52 9 10
4 1 U. 10 14
5 WE. '4 49 it 3
b I'l. l 5 1 45
7 FR. 4 4- rmorni
bISA. i o
9 5 '4 44 o 51
i, 1,M ,. '.- 10 I l-
1 1 TU. '4 4-2 1 41
12 \VL. 1- 1t 2 5,
13 TlE. t 4 44 2 "'
14 FRi. ;- 14 2 5'
I hA. 4 38 3 26
I6 S 17 6 ti.eT..
1'7 Mo. '4 36 .3 i
IS Tu. I' IS 10 I[
I I' '4 .4 II 7
'20 TI. a' 20 i1 44
:iI FI;. ,?4 32 morn
22 SA. (; 22 0 1 '
j23 "4 31 0 ,.
24 IMu. s' 24 o 50,
2 ; I'. '4 `9 1 19
20 Xi.. 7 '?2. I 3';
- 'H. '4 28 2 C.
2" FR. C 2 24
: .S.\. 14 2 2 C ,
30. 7M S- 29 3 22
31 Mu. '-4 26 setS.


LAi. OF NEW fOisr
ANi PHILA

.5ur P.lo, r.
,'* & R &S-
'-I 5S 4 24
6 57 sets.
r4 55 9 13
j" o i 71
74 53 10 5-
.i7 2 IT 3),


r4 4' o 4-
.j 6 I 14
'4 4'' -1'
17 S 2 5
44 44 : 3'
0- io 1 S
'4 42 3 30
'7 1 1 rises.
4 4o 9 b
s? 3 t0 1:2
'4 3Y, i I
*7 15 "I 39
r4 37 Iic'ri
J- I- 0 io
'4 36 oL 36
L7 19 o 0S
'4 34 i i
17 20 I 41
'4 33 2 3
. ?- ? 2 2b
'4 3 2 5'
s 7 3 3 -
r4 31 setE.


L4T Or WA'h.
IN A ST LOUi-i.

SuN, Moor,
A &S. l &&s
r5 2 4 29
s6j 54 sets.
' 4 !,- 9 6
.6 ',c. it 0
'4 5- 10 50
(' 57 II 33
'*4 55 m"rn
j63 59 0 II
4 I53 o 44
s- I 13
'4 51 I 39
7 3 2- o
4 49C 2 33
': 5 3 2
'4 4 3 3
-"7 i-ces.
'44 4 9 1
j7 e 10 5
'4 44 10 55
J- 10 I' 35
'4 42 morll
s" I: 0 7
4 41 o 35
-'7 i3 o 58
r4 39 I 'i
I'C- i 47
'4 3- 2 6
I7 1- 2 33
'4 3" 3 3
s" 1S 3 35
r4 36 eiets.














MOON'S FHA3ES EAST N DIVISION CENT. DIVISION.

Fir.,r '.A imia .. 21,. 2 m p. Sd. Ih. :m. t.
FrLLL M..:i .. 141 411 Inl. A iA1 31. Im. A.
L.- r t'unrcr.r d. 1" i41 4.. A :id. ;h. 24m1 .%.
NL., M.:.. .... .:.. 911. 5~ir, A. 2.)d. Sh. 55m. A.


LATITUDE OF 6rliON
ANiI LHICA6A

--i
D,v, L A' M .-" '.e
S 01 I l I rx B.
Wlk R& R, k
I Tl i. '4 25 9 I
SWE. 31 9 44
STH. '4 24 1: 22
4 FR. I7 32 10 54
5 -. '4 24 11 -o
SS i7 3-1 I 44
SM -". 4 :3 11:.1'1
Tl T. '" 350 o -
9 \i-. 1 4 23 O 29'
10 'li. -- 3 I, o 5
11 F:i. '4 22 I 2
12 ,. .' 3" I 3 5
13 S '4 2" 2 4
r4 MNo.. 3S I I s-.
l 1 ti. 4 2: S 54
[.l \'. 39j 9 3
TI'l. '4 '22 1o 12
[S it "7 39 Io 3Y1
19ro 4 2 j i .?
?'- 7 4-4 11 23
2':,1 5 4-:ili -3
Il Mo 4 2311 4;
2 1 t;. 42 11rn' ii
S''r. 4 24 :, 4
4 iT. : 4- o 0 :6
F: r. 4" o S
SS.1. 7 42 I 2
"- 4 25 2 0
:S o. 4'.. 2 4
' [I'U. 4 2':' 3 3'
iO W\l. 1..7 40 csts.
.i ...... .-.-.


LAT OF NEW vOTll
AND PaimA
Suil Mleon I r

I:.&S. R &S
S4 3' o 54
s 26 9 3'
"4 3'- 10 17

*4 24 II 17
s7 28 iI 42
J 4 29 moilOrn
.'7 29 0 6
S4 23 o 30


33 2 33




; 4 28 I-) I

'4 2v 2 4I
-7 3 112i
4 :S 8 48




"- 33 9 33


4 2 3 10






S7 3 o sets.
s. 34 i.:. 'l







-"7 35 sets.,


LAT. OF WASH
CIN. A ST. LOUIS.
I.',il M ..r. Tir.e
SiN MOON
R&S R&S.
'4 36 S 48
.' 20 312
r4 35 to 11
. 21 10 40
r4 35 11 15
5'7 3 II 41
'4 34 i'"or
s7 24 o 7
"4 34 o 32
,7 .s o 59
'4 34 I 31
s7 26 2 9
14 34 2 54
7 2.- L ses.
'4 34 S 42
'7 27 9 28
'4 34 10 5
i7 23 10 35
'4 34 I1 o
S. 2:S It 24
'4 34 II 4I
s7 20 inorn
?4 35 o o10
s7 29 o 34
'4 3" 1 .2
s7 -9 I 3i
'4 37 2 14
S- 2') 2 59
'4 3" 3 50
s7 29 sets.













'1IOrO'S PHASES. E A4T'N DIVISION. CENT DiVISION.

FI..T r,: eC. 1 :1 .i Nl1. .
F-ji.i. M OON .. H ? i l n ; m. A i r1 i3 ll 11.n. A.
L., r QULi.' TI:. 2,d. [ oll Sin. RI 3,.1 n il n Sr., .a
Nev Ml......... :d llob in i. z .J Jh ,lm. H
LATITUDE OF BOi'irN LAT (i NEW YORO. AIT. OF WASH
AND C"lll I Afi in HIL CIN. T. LOUIS.
...1 ., L l... r i ... TI r. .
r. .]' I .. M ..... i,.,- : i o r l i.. tI' ,:.Lo N
S\\".I R -. 1. R- &o R&S R &A
I TH. 4 2 5 4 32 8 51 -4 38S 4
F Ir.. 40 9 24 S' 34 21 Is 2. 9 i1
3 .4 2 : 4.S ;4 33 9 46 '4 3-) 9 45
4 ': 39i i I.' 34 1o ,0 ) 2S 101o
5 M. *4 'i 34 '4 35 10 34 4 40 I 316
cj T 0 51 33 i 0 ." :S ii 3
7 \V 4 3 1 4 '4 3'0 1 r7-4 41 II 31
S I'. "1 3"1 54 '.3 i 5' m iorn
9 FIu. 4 3' '"I'i"i '4 35 'in.i '`4 43 0 4
Ito 3- 0 3.'. c '' -6 o 4;
iI '4 13 "-: 4 3':,i 3 4 4-1 36
I ,'I[o. '- 3. 31 2 .0 7 ,20 3S
13 1 4 .5 3 ., 4 33 '4 45 3 47
14 'X' 5 I..5 30 I 'ei. -' 24 IIS'-.
is T[ '4 3- S '4 4-' 35 '4 4.- S 33
Fi 34 9 3 .- 9 9 I 7 3 9 o
7 ^.. '4 9 20 4 41 9 25 '4 4S 9 206
IS S r 3"' i 4- 0 4 j 7 -'2 9 49
111 M -) r4 4-1 10 4 A4 10 ID `4 5':' 10 13
:3 I'Ll. 31 1 -D 0 j 7 110 33 21i 10 37
.'i' '1r '4 42 I0 54 14 4 1i0 s '4 52 I 3
2 In. '29 11 22 r" 24 i1 27 '" 19 11 33
'23 1li. 14 44 1 5L '4 4S I1110 '4 53 nior
?4 S.i. '7 I'2 orln j 23 o j. S O 9
.:; 4 416 o 3- '4 50 0 43 '4 I5. 0 5
2') Mo. : I : 21 1 4 0 1 I 42
o. 4 4- -4 4-' 2 2 4 q 2 3 4 4 2 39
a \V S 23 3 2, 19 3 35 14 3 4
2' H '4 5V' itiS. 4 54 4 et.. '4 5S s ets.
30 Fr., 1' 211 57 I- 7 to s- I -l 49
31i S .' 1-4 52 5 1.- -4 5' 8 i '3 -- S 15













M OON PHASES. EAST'N DIVISION. CENT. DIVISION.

FIR T QIJui.i BMa N. d ilh i4rn. A. 5d. oil. 24.1. A.
F LL A-30i1j .i .... id. nli. J:Irn M. 1:- S I221. 1.1.
L.M r QL.'RTHR 20J. ;h. 2',ni "l. 2od. .l. 2-.ji l M.
NEW -ic.lo ... .. 2I, lI.C .. A :- ol 201in. A.
LATITUI E Of BOSTON LAT OF NEW tORlr. LAT OF WALH
AND CHICAGO ANOh PHILA. (IN A iT LOUIS.
)i' L '. l 'Jr.,.a ....r i.* I' ..r T -.e i.,.i .i ... TIe.-
of o L i lo.ry SLt, t'.1 ,*, ',.rJ M Ii..,:,
...k ,! l! 14 5. I, i 5. I: ;.. 5 R & I: ,:S.
S 4 53 39 r4 5- S 39? rS S 4o
2 M. 7 iS 9 2 7 14 9 3 S 9 0 6
3 Ti. '4 55 9 27 74 50 9 30 '5 9 33
4 \V E. i5 9 5r s- 12 T o 0 -' ., 5
5TH. '4 5710o 32 5 I TC 37 r c. T 44
6 Fnr. 37 13 11 1j6 s' 1i1 22 11 .o
IA. '4 519 tr In7 ; ? 2 mom 5 i mc n
S 17 1, 10 a .7 7 0o 0 '5
9Mlo '5 I II 5 4 I '1 S I 9
o l'l. 7 2 :' 2'8 4 2 34 o 2 41
I \\'L I, 35 3 3 3 I 4 10 3 c54
2 i'H. S7 4 -1 '7 i rie '6 t nces'.
3 FR. '5 5 7 5 -6 : -'6
14 IA. j- 2j 7 S6r, 5) 7 50 ,ib 7 I
15 '5 8 II ri S 1 i rs 14 S 5i
10 Mo i. i 50l S 326 S 6 535 3
1 i.. 1 GO S 55 1" 52 C, .5 15 9 3
i\VL W .6 5. 9 ?22 -,6 1 I9 50 O 9 33
To 'i. '5 1: 9 54 '5 14 1'O o r5 17 Ih 7
20 Fr:. '6 53 1i 33 50 o 3 6 il -I 47
i S.l '"5 14 1 9 5 '10 1 1 19 1 34
22 S.'6 5, oi ? li S. 4" n.z11 I, 1 44 1iicin
23 M,:. '5 16 o 13 ;5 iS 0c, r7 2 2 :
24 TU'. io 46 I 14 644 1 20, .,6 42 I 77
?5 \VI. Ib 2' 5 ;20 229 1 5 23. 31
2:6 T. sc, 43 3 z;9 16 41 3 3. 6 7 3c 3 38
27 Fi:. 5 : 4 40 ?5 72- 4 43 5 25 4 4
2S SA 401 et. s 6es. f6 3. -.eti. 1j .3 etIs.
29 5 22 7 5 24 r' :6 To
30 Mo. 6 3 7 31 .6 35 33 ir' 33 3
31 'I'. 5 24 8 0 75 26 S 4 r'5 2 S 8













rO.10r4' PHA,.E. IASTN DIVISION CENT. DIVISION.

1. T r QLu..Rn l 3d. 6h1. 13m A 3d. IIh 1:11. A.
Fi01l. M olrs ... d. all. Ilm. A. iod. PL. 12il. A.
LAT QU.\RrCrr.. i d. cli. LIm A Lid. 81i. 5m. A.
N4,v Mrrr ........ cj. cl. 4Fm. :l. i:6d ;. 4r..in M.


LATrITuE AOF iSTuON
ANrD I.HICAlAO.

S ,''k & & b'.: ,
I WE. 5 5 S 34
21H ; 6 31 Q 1 5
3 FR. "5 21 5
4 '-A. ., -, 11
5 '5 30o inor I
6 IMo. 1O 24 16i
"I' 5 32 1 30
8 \\V:. '6 21 2 43
9 I. I1 5 34 3 54
Ic I l. .1 o S q 3
1 i S %. l;, 3 n-e'.
12 a 6 14 6 :,,5
1.; Mu. 'j 3i 6 ;,3
14 I i. 16 it 7 23
15 \\i.1- 40 5-,
IL I'll S 7 S :r-
SFt,. 5 4: 29 12
iS SA. i, 3 o 10
I. s p 544it 0
2c. NI 6 o tin.ot i
21 1 Li. 4'4 o 3
22 \V ;56 1 I tc
S"1 I. 49. 2 1:
:4 Fi. 3 l 3 30
2;5 S,. ; 51 4 4
20 5 5 40 sets.
"2-N. s ';- 6 o.
2S I'. i 461 6 32
2 \'.: \ c,5 12
3. TI-I 43 i I


LAT OF TEw ORi
AND PnHLA.
i.2 .* N 1..
1:S I &S.
'5 2" 39
S'6 30 9 1
1 5 2.) to II
1o 26 I 12
S5 31 norni
S6 23 o 22
'5 33 1 35
S6 20 2 47
' 5 35 3 56
So Iit 5 4
1-5 37 1iet ?.
l6 I1 6 jR

.io o -I 27

!5 30 7
'"5 41 '
.o 7 S 3;
''5 43 9 IS
.so 3 10o 9
rI 45 it 6
J'o n itorn.
~ 47 0 8
;5 56 I 14
".c. 49 2 2:-
: 5 53 3 32?
r5 51 4 41
s' 5o sets.
'5 5'4 6 3
S5 46 6 36
'. 55 7 'IS
3543 3 7


A T OF WASiH
CNI. ST LOUIA.

SULN Mr-oN
R &S. I & 5.
S5-'29 8 45
JO 28 1 28
.5 31 to 19
sr j; 1 1 20

so 22 0 29
r' 35 I 41
I6 1 2 1 ,
' 5 36 4 o
i" '1 5 6
S5 38 rises.
v6 12 6 40
S5 40 7 5
1 9) 7 33
r 4-- 8 5
.i6 j S 42
15 43 9 26
i'6 3 io 17
'55 5 13 3
s6 o morn
'5 47 o i

'5 4 "6
'5 53 3 35
'5 51 4 43
5 5 sets.
55:- 6 7
S5 47 0 42
55 54 7 24
S5 43 8 15
. ... .. ...













MOON'S PHASES. AS-T'N DIVISION. CENT 1DIVIIOCN.
\ln ?Lu l.-d 11 0, .
I IlfI Q u.%iJ i i. .. J. Oil. ~ l 1. l. id. il. ] Ih Ill 3 i
FLr I L r. o.1 .... l. cd. i il. 4 n11i. i d r l 1. i 4.2 1 MIh
LA- r 'Q Lt\r.'r ie.i i.. ili n, ,i i ,id. 11i. 9. ... a.
N1 w rM :.r.r, .. -,d ch. ::In ,' 51. =li a


LATIrijOC o0 AUSrOii
Ailt L ICIIlfI)'
J 1. t ,,
I ii N i, .I -

S:. '5 3) 0 9
3 1 ii 20
4 ,o i 3'5 mom
5 'Li. 1O 2 ? 0 32
6 \\'i. 5 3- i 4 3
**'I i. '-.. 4 2? 5
6 Fi.. '5 2 5`5
o' \. '67 5 3
10 6i -- 6 r
II Mo. r6 9C 1]es..
? lU' 5 :'22 5 55
13\ WE. 6 11 6 :,
14 liI. '5 '9 .7 S
15 F.. o- 14 7 55
16 S. 15 I'6 49
i" .~. i6 490
iS MIo. .; 11 20 53
'.- I'u. 'ju S 1 1 s i
2c \V'i:. sIo Ilnorn
21 TH. -6 -i I 7
22 Fn. 5 2 1 1-
:?3 -. -6 2', 3 2-..
24 A i5 4 4 43
5 Mo1. 6 2. I
o Ti.. 5 I 1 et.
2- \\'W. 6 2S5 q 5-
2S TH TN 4 5' 6 go
29 FR. 'o 3: 5
3 SA.. 4 5S 9 Ic
31 o .33, 10 23


LAT fil NEW OLTh
Arri L P L



'. 5 9 7
is 4o0 1o '
'5 111" m

,I) I o 3.
-1. 33 45
3 l 54
'ij
*(5 j. 3 5
*6 S ? 2


.' 24 60
rIj 9 u 34
55 21 7 14
6 12 8 I
s 5 S 55
"o i4 9 55
.,s 5 ro 1 5
-6 To morn
.r; 12 0 1
r, I l, I 9
j5 C 2 i
'6 2.-: 3 29
35 6 4 4
76 s23 q sS
s; q sets.


r6 27 8 4
.14 5? I 15
0o 30 ,0 :7


LAT. Of WASH
iN, Er. I. ll,
SUN .I,,i,
i,' I .S '
r~ 56 9 15

5 5s' iiI 31

C:2 o c' 41
.i5 34 I o
0 2 ;6
S531 4 0
', 4 5 2
'5 25 6 4
,6 6 ric.,e

', S 6 411
'5 22 :2

5 'c. 3
S12 Io 2
5 17' t 4
r6 14 mom
s5 14 o 7
Pr6 16 1
S; II 2 20
i6 |S 3 :2
S5 9 4 41
'6 -c. 1 56
s j 6 sets.
"n 2 16 ;
S5 4 7 4
'6 2I S 2
15 I 9 ?2
,, 27 10 33













MOON'S PHASE. EAST'N DIVISION. CENT. DIVISION.

FliR T Q:UARTr P.. id. ch. !7m. M id. ,Sh Im i,.
I tLL MOO ... d. 4h 1c.i, M. d. .,. 4or. II.
I aRT QuAlTER 17i i uIn M. i-d. h. an. M.
New MlONcN...... 1id. hb oln M ;4d jh .o.o M.
FIRST Quar.TE n. 30d. 11h. iu. m J A od. 9h. 14i, A.


LATiTUDE OF 013f1tO
AND HII3Au.
Di ..M...
.1' .11' r 1 ,, ,",
W'h R&S. R& -
I Mo. r6 34 Ii 35
STu. J4 c imorn1
3 \\V r/6 16 o 44
4 I'il. 4 49 1 5:.
51 F. '6 31 5
t ,U J 4 47 3 51)
7 1 r 42 5 2
8 Io. r4 45 t 6
) IlTu. r6 -44 rise.
10 \ .4 4 4 5 8
11i T. 'i6 47 5 52
12[ F, J4 40 6 43
13 'A. ro .49 7 41
14 s4 39 8 43,
1I5 Mo. 6 5-' 47
16 Tu. 14 3- 10 53
17 \Vr.. r6 4 s41 i
iS TuI. -i4 35 imoin
19 FR. r6 57 I -
20 SA. .4 3~ 2 1c
21 A ; 6 .9 3 .34
:22 lo. J4 3i 4 "
:2 Tu. '7 1 6 12
24 W/L. .4 32 StIs.
25TH. 1- 4 535
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