Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1898

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Material Information

Title:
Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1898
Series Title:
Cornelius Longstreet Diaries (1886-1900)
Physical Description:
Book
Language:
English
Creator:
Longstreet, Cornelius H., 1831-1901
Creation Date:
1898
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:
AA00017197:00004

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CALENDAR FOR 1898.


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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 -3 4 5 6 7 8 9
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z4 14 13 192021 22 17181920212223
3 24 25 262728 29 2425 2627 28 2930
S3031 ..... 31 .....
3 4 5 2 3 4 5 6
6 7 8 9101112 7 8 910 11 12 138
S13141516171819 14r1516171819=20
S20 21 223242526 21 22 23 25 227
2728 .. .. .. 282930 31. .

; 1314 15 1617 9 16 1 1 1 12 114 151617
2021 22 23 24 25 26 8 119 20 21 222324
27 28 -9 30 3 9 25 26 27282-9 3..

S3 45 6 7 8 9 3 4 56 7 8
S1011 12131415 16 91011 131415
17181920212223 5 16L718 19202122
24 26 27282930 0 24 252627 28 29
3031 ... .3 .
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 .. 3 4 5
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ECLIPSES, 1898.
There will be iix Eclipse, this year, three of each, the
Sun ard Moon, as iollowa:
L. A Partil Eclipfeoithe Moon..Jan. v.iblein Nonh and
South America. Europe. Asia. and Air'nc. Sue. i.1 digits.
New.Y;rk. be in.3 6 p. ri.; middle, -.3 p.m endj.; p.m.
II. A Total Eclipse oI the Sun. Janr. a., mr, ible in itme rca
III. A Parual ilipse of ihe Mooi, J.ly 3.. invoible in
America.
IV. An Annular Eclipie of the Sun. July 8, in a iile in
North America.
V. A Partial Edipie oi the Sun, Dec. =-ri3, visible in the
Antarctic re i-rns
\I ATotal Ecl.peofthe Moon. Dec.7- B.visibletmiotgh.
out N-3oh Amrinci. except on tue Alarjti Cnist. iJ the
hMddle n.d 'Wetern States the loon will rise more or Ie
S MORNING STARS.
S M ERCURY, Jn.G to March z6. May ro June 3., Sept. t to
Oct. Ic, and after Dec. at. VENUTS. until Feb. J5 and alrer
Dec. I. MARS. until Oct. i. JUPITER. alfer Oct. zI. SAT.
URN, until Marh a. .
EVENING STARS.
M RRCUR. untiliJan. 6. aad fronr March IC to .Ma) .Juoe
&.r3 t Sept. 5. aod Oct. i9 to Dec. ao. \'NUS, Irom Feb. i :c.
December MARS.after OCL r. JUPITER, unc, Octoberz3.
SATURN, after Match 2.
PLANETS BRIGHTEST.
MERCUR, rebt. t.nd Sept. zi, -rwng shor!j tre/jre the
uvn: ilio Aprl and Dec. L, ie'r ng so.n after the nen.
VarmUS, Oct. A. TARS. not t1ri pear. J UFITEa, Matcr. -.
SATURN, May 3-. URANUS, May as. NEPTUNE. Dec. ij.
MOVABLE FEASTS.
SepLtagesima Sun...Feb. 6 Palm Sundy .. ....Apr 3
S-ragesmaa 3 Good Frioaj ..... .
Qinqluag~nma" ... ** 2 Ester Surday "
Sh-ove Tuedy. .... a oitio Sunday May 5
As-h W'edn y ... Arensio Thursd y. "
Quadragesrg ia ir ... r" Wht r.Snday Pent I as
Fisd-Let .. MaTr.. Triry ........une
Paion ... Corrp, Chrirt. .. 9.
Advent SundayNov. 9.

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.
Domlincal Letter........ B Ioma indctio ...... iI
Epict ............ ..... luhan Period ..... .6611
Lujnr Cscle iCold'No.i. rB fonviin Period...... .
Solar C 'ale ......... .. 3 .. le h Lunar Cycle ... i
Mohammedin Era, ye jri :, bcLi, May .,
Jewish Era, year ,565. begins at surer. Sept 6.
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x JANUARY 1898 *
MOON'S PHiASES. Ejt. Time. Cent. Time. We-t.Tim-.
FullM on..- 7 h.lIm Gh. m. Sh.21 t.
LasrQuarter i; r. i. h. 4 m. 9 m. 44. h. -m.
New Mo'b...Z D. h. 5 m. h. :s m. ol; i m.
Firls OinCaI:. t D. h. n Ui. 8b. m. : h. M m


Ne -.oilk Cit .
Phda..Cornii.,Ne.. e ,
Penn.. .. Inn..a I .
MEAN TIME.
..un Sun M.no H.W
ries ets etu N. Y.
7 25 1 1 47 240
S7 2544 2 49 3 30
7 5 1 45 34 4 -
S74 46 1 47 5 z8
7 5 147 5 2 15
7 ,1 448 6 30 7 E
7 254 49 1 'e 7 58
7: 4 60 5 36l S 38
7 241 51 'i I 9 o20
7 24 165 7 Ill 10
; 4 4 453 S 17 39
723 154 8 9 1s is
7 3456 105l8 5 5I
234 .ll morn. oev.3
7 0oi 8 1I 2l
7 2:45 1 : 1 io 2 20
7 1 6 0 r3- 3 3 '
7 71 1 3 5, 4S St
7 2 '2 4 4,9 5 53
- :o5 :*i 6 i 7 5
7 ii,! 51 6 ii 8 7
7 i1S 6 =ets 85i
7 1715 7 7 5 932
7 'j 6 8 8 1, 1023L
S665 9 9 2411 2
7 i 10 I10 29 11 39
7; ) 13 mcrn. I,
7 13;14 37 1 8
7 1 I15i i 21 58
7 1.10 2 38 5


B.:-.cEa, Ne. En gland.
Ne, York. NM;,:h W,.h ,
iowa. ard Oregon
MEAN TIME I
Sin Sun Mo.on H. .
rie3 les e 'e Bo."o
7 0488 i 5, 5 45
7 304809 2 53 6 39
73: 40 3 54 7 33
7 3o441 4 53? 8 2
730144 5 48 9
7 29 1 6 38 1o 9
7 '4 4 4rine e o 10s
So:445 658 11 5;
7 :9 416 637ev.17
7 29447 7 41 51
S7914 8 4i, I 33
7 284 50 9 63 14
7 8451 11 0 254
3 4 .h morn. 83 3
7- 153 o 4 29
7 27454 124 5 111
S26 406 41 d 41
25 61i 3 56 7563
S:5 46S 5 6 9 2
S4460 6 710 7
7 4i 5 6 5611 4

12 I sr II i3 t
, 2.5 3 omorn

7 on 0I101 1 0

1 i8 O morn. ; 2
10l 12 44 9 o.
5G1, 1 244 5 57


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t FEBRUARY 4 1898 *
MOON'S-PHAS"5. FlstLTime. Cent. Time. WeI..Time.
Full'Moon ... D. Ih. m. On. J m. i h. 24 (s)
.lst Qunrtir i D. 7hb. a m. 6 b. Is m 5.h. 85 mn.
Ner Mco i n..o D. h. Is m. I Ib. 2 rrm. 0 i. IL m.
Firl Qurter L. D t. h i m h. 3 m. 4h. jim.


rNewYork Cliy.
Pnila .CGI .Ne, ersey.
Pen..O .nda. .. Inll
MEAN THIB. IA
Sun Iun Moon H.W.
riea se sei6 N. N.
S"I1 335 3 5f
7 10 9 4 '7 4 54
7 o 20 3 13 5 50
7 71 2 5 52 6 41
7 6512 626 7 -:7
5 5 n rises 8 6
7 4 16 61 110 8 4T
- i3l 0 745 9 25
7 25 7 S60 o ic,
7 6 28 059 10 40
7 0o30 1110 11 :i
6 58 81 morn.e. e.I
6 576582 25 1 10
6 565:14 1 37 2 15
6 55 35 2 47 321
6 53 6 3 49 4 11
6 5=587 4' 551
6 51 80 5 :3 860
6 49640 5 57 7 38
6 485611 seL 8212
465 4:1 7 2 9 1
6 45544 10 041
64456 0 17 10 20
64235411 1021 1060
6 45 S1 125 11 44
6 39 56 4 morn morrn
6 38 50 25 3L
6 37-361 i 24 1 24


6

8
9
10
Ii
12
'3
34
15
16
17


28
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23
a4
-5

27
28


Bor:on, Neu Engljnd.
Nei-Yurli. M.cr M is.,
c10. j. and Oregon.
MEAN TIME '.
Sun Sun r.Iorn H. w.
r.6es seN serc BO'iWe1
7 14514 341 7 0
7 13214 4 3 7 5
S6511 5 9 8 53
7 z18 5 57 9 43
7 0ol t 6 30 1o 3L
7 9 6 21 rises : 9
7 8A9*82 63'7 11' 1
7 6 23 744 ev.-7
7 5 6241 861 I 6
7 4692 10 2 1 46
7 2 5 20 113 228
7 5 i morn. 8 1
7 o O9 29 411
6 598 0 4 5 17
6 575 :82 5-3 080
6 561533 3 S' 7 44
e6 54 6 38 4 47 s 54
6 53586 s S 052
6 52589 6 21043
6 o5 5809 se. 11 27
6 48 540 7 mornm.
6 4754 8 11 6
6 45.143 9 19 44
6 4414.1 1012 s 4
6 42 40 11 *2 2 4
6 41 47 morn. 2 47
6 3 -440 3 3 33
6 385 50 7 3 4 75 5



















MARCH 1898 *.
-MOON'S FHAASE-. ELt. Time. Cnt. Time- I1e's.Tame
Full Moon.. D b. /,m. 3 h. 2 : b. 2 m.
La-t Qaner .( a D. 48m. I h.'46 m. oh. .b .
New lMon.. n -. 3 "h. I m. T 3'm. ih. m
Flrt Quaner.30 D. h. Lom o h m om. oh. m.


New.York Ciiy,
Phila..Cono..New jisy. 0
Penn.,O. nd..,.nd il. E
MEAN Tiria. j 0
Sun Sun Mo-jn H. W.
.rii;ei set; set N. Y. -
6 355 63 2 17 2 20
6 345863 3 6 3 23 "
6 32554 3 49 '.4 22 3
6 0ol55 4 24 5 18 4
6 24151 4 si 6 o 5
6 27 57 5 23 6 5r 6
6 2555 5 47 7 35 7
6 24 60 riE5 8 13 8
6 220 0 748 8 54 9
6 21 1 0 0 9 36
6 190 210 12 to -o
6 170 311 27 zz 41
6 r60 1 morn. lz 0 13
6 14 5 36ev.63 14
6 ,1'; 6 i 431 2 lr5
6 iz 8 2S 3. 824 16
6 90 0 321 488 17
6 7010 3 57 5 81 8
6 n011 4 0 22 19
6 401 2 4 54 7 12 2
6 2013 5 8 7 61 r2
6 1614 -secs 881 22
5 59015 8 8 0 12:3
5 58616 0 8 51 24
5 56617 10 11 10 31 25
5 54 01611 11 1 1 12 ;6
5 520 10 morh. morn 27
5 51 020 ? 228
25 49621 57 53 29
5 470 2 r 42 49 30
5 45 21 62 1 9 47 3r


Boston. New lngland.
New-York. Mich.. Wih..
& iow;. and Oregon.
MEAN 'rTIME. I 'An
Suo Sun IMGon H. W.
- rise sers rets Bo.t'n
Tu. 6 36 5 61 2 23 5 22
. 6 35 552 3 j2 6 '5
Th 6 3355 3 54 7 -5
Fr. 6 31561 4 9 8 i
Sa. 6 30565 4 59 9 12
S. 6 2860 5 26 9 58
11.6 667 5 49 o 40
Tu.6 2588 rfes T l 19
\V,6 23556 740 11 s6
Th.6 6 0 9 e. 88
Fr.6 200 21017 128
Sa. 6 i 6 31132 2 9
S.'6 66 4 morn. 3 3
I.. 6-140 6 44 4 -4
Tu.6 13 6 49 514
'7.6 i C 7 243 026
Tr'.6 9 0 3 26 780
F, 6 7010 4 S887
S 6 6011 4 30 929
S..6 4012 4 561015
At. 6 2018 5 81057
Tu. 6 o614 eis I186
W. 59616 8 Omorn.
Th 5 51610 912 13
Fr. 55 0 17 10 10 53
Sa 5 530181 17 35
8. 5 S 1dI mom. 2 18
I. 5 .5o60 74 3 5
Tu 5 48021 4 3 54
W.5 46022 48 4 51
Th. 5 44028 2 5 549 T


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*- APRIL *
MOON'S PHABES. EHrt. Time. I
Full Moon... 6 I h. 10m.
Last Qunarer.13 D. 9 Ei. 2S m.
New Moon.. :OD.. 3h.1Im.
Firit Quarer.-8 D. Oh fm.
New-York City.
*Phda..Conn..Newlerier. d y
Penn .O.. Ind..nnd 11if. E
MEANTIME. |1* 0
dd
SSun Sun Moon H. W.
liies EetS sets N.Y. --
5 4424 2 52 3 44 Fr.
5 4220 3 =22 4 38 2 S3
5 41 62 3 48 5 30 3 S.
5 39 028 4 13 6 19 4 M.
537 29 4 3 7 3 5 Tu.
5 3680u risle 7 45 6 V.
S34631 7 54 8 26 7 Th.
5 330 2 011 g I6 8 Fr.
5 3 881025 1o 5 9 Sa.
5303 4 11 84 io 55 o 8.
5 28 0 35 morn. ii 51 .
5 26183 331ev.60 2 Tu.
525637 ;o 2 5.6 W.
5 46 88 r 59 8 9 4 Th.
5.220. 2 ;9 412 15 Fr.
5 20040 2 57 7 Sa.
5 19641 3 2r 55 S.
5 17 042 346 (01 A8 M.
r6043 431 728 '9.Tu.
5 14044 set 8 0 20 W.
5 r364 5 567 842 2r Th
5 ir 40 8651 025 -. Fr.
5 o1047 05610 8 23 S.
5 80646 10 501048 4 S.
5 70409118211 6 3 3 s 1.
5 6 06 0 morn. morn 26 Tu.
5 40 61 17 24 27 W
5 3652 53 i 6 28 Th
5 0658 1 2 I 8 sg Fr.
1 5 o066 r 47 3 I 30 Sa.


1898 *
:cn.' Time. Wet. Time.
8 h. 10 tb'h. m.
Shb. 1Bm. 7 b. ': m.
4 h.21 n. Rh. I m.
ah. bm. 7 h. m.
Baoton, New England.
New-York, Micrh., Vs..
lo-a, and Oregon.
MEAN TIME.
Sun Sun M- ,n H. W.
rihe stLS sees Bost'n
5 43 25 = 57 6 47
5 41627 3 25 7 4:
5 40028 350 8 33
5 38620 4 14 9 21
5 36080 4 37 10 5
5 35081 nses io So
5 33068 768 11 31
5 3188 3 160 ev. 17
5 30634 101 I 7
5 28030 11 41 2 1
5 26 037 morn. 2 68
5 a25688 39 1
5 23080 1 25 5 8
5 1r040 2"3 11
5 20641 32 7 15
5 i8601V2 s59 810
5 i6143 3 21 858
5 15646 .3 46 043
513040 4 331027
5 1r:47 sets 11 5
5 roO18 8 211 15
5 9 1 49 9 5 mor.
5 706010 2 27
5 616511060 1 Io
5 4065 11 43 51
5 3 0 53 morn 0 39
5 665 22 3 26
5 o056 57 4 17 ,
4 580567 s5 5 so
4 57 068 r 49 6 3


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MAY 1898 *
MOON'S PHASES. East. Time Cent.Tame West.Time.
FT1u Moon... D. I 4 im. oh. 3m. Ibh. 3 (5)
L.t Quarter.ia 4 b. R8m. B h. SG m. h. R m.
New Moui. .-OD. 7h. m. 5 o. h. s m. 5h. s. m.
FLir. Quvtr r D. Uh.l3m. I r. 4m. o b. rsm.


New-VYork Ciy,
Phil i..Cor..Ne Jrsey,
Penn..3, JInd.,an Ill.
MBAN Trl.u. I .'
' un bun Moon H. H
roses sets seti N. Y.
4 591 606 2-13 3 55
S4 58 167 2 36 4 46
4 56 168 3 5 38
S4 55 i50 3 2c, 6 : 2
4 51 7 0 59 7 1
S53 7 I rises 8 6
4 527- '2 0 19 o
4 51? 8 10)4 9 55
4 497 4112 l to 4.3
4 487 56116 7 11 48
4 477 6 morn.lv..46
4 467 7 3? i 14
4 457 8 r 2 i43
4444 7 0 1 :6 338
4 43710 z 1,o 4311
4 427 11 2 14 5 2
4 4 I7 1 2 38 6 9
I 4 0713 3 6 01Al
4 39714 3403 736
4 3917 15 ete 8 17
4 38716 8 11 9 8
4 377 17 031 9 46
4'36t7 8 10 15 10 27
4 367 19106111 0
4 357 2011 23 1 53
4 34 2011 50 moM
4 34 7 2~ morn. 38
4 j3 722 14 I 25,
4 3-7 2: 38 2 -14
4 327 8 1 2 3 7
S4 31 71 1 4 2 4


Boston, New bngland.
Ne.-Y-rk. Ml.ch W.i.,
lowa, and Oregso.
MBAN T 1 1. I
Sun Sun Mo:.n HFi. '.
rise. sets sets Bu-iI'n
4 56 7 0 14 6 54
4 54 7 1 :36 7 40
4 537 2 3 o 8 41
4 527 8 3 27 '9 3
451 7 4 3 50 in 1r
4 497 6 lnres Ii l
4 487 6 9 2 ev. 2
4 477 7 1030 67
4,467 8 11 22 I 665
444 7 Omoom. 261
4 4-710 2 847
440 711 35 415
4 417 I- I 4 5 16
4 40713 i 27 641
4 39 7 14 49 7 34
, 387 15 7 13 25
4 37710 2 35 9 II
S36717 3 4 060
S35 7 IS ; I 1041
S34 7 10 SS 11 28
4337 720 8 60 morn.
4 37221 9140 5
43 7 22 10 20 43
437 23 100 5 31
430.7 24 11 7 14
429726 1163 5 2 56
S=91 7 20 momn. 3 0
428727 2 6 426
S277 "8 38 5 16
S27i 79 I i 6 9
426 70 I 25 7 5 "


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JUNE 1898 *
MOON'S PHASES. EaSl. Tim Cetl TILe. Wer.Time.
Full M M ... 40. .jh li 8h. Im b. ro m.
I.o, Quarter. D. h. 4m. oh. 4m. lIh. (ic)
Ne. .loon...i& D. II h.1 m. 10 h. 1 0 h. 10 m.
Filr Quaner.2.o IIh. 54 m. 10 h. m 9 h. 54 m.


NewYorl: City,
PFlla ,Con,..Ne, fetey. 6 ~
Penn ,0.. Ind. and ld E
MHEAN TIME. |
SSun Sun Mlodrn l W.0
ri:es tr3 :eLs N. Y. -
4 3724 l 55 4 58 1 W
4 30 7 5 2 2Q 5 co 2 Th.
4 30720 3 13 o ,58 3 Fr.
4 307 "2 rises 7 53 4 Sa.
4 29727. 9 4 8 50 5 S.
4 2q9728 908 I -, 6 M.
4 29781031 10 38 7 Tu.
4 2 72011 2 1 30 8 W.
4 2878011 80 ev.2 9 Th.
428730115 66 8 to Fr.
4 2871morn. 2 I I Sa.
4 28711 3 0 r8.
4 28782 44 605 3 51.
4 28732 1 io 443 14 Tu
4 28782 1 40 538 15 W.
4 287381 3 2 01 9 6 ITh
4 28783 2 57 7 I 17 Fr.
4 2 8 83 sets 7 57 18 S.
4 8187;1 8 1 S 11 19 S.
4 29784 8562 9 1 o M.
4 29784 025 1018 2 Tu.
4 297.84 .06110665 2' W.
4 2. 84 10 18 II 80 23 Th
4 2 7 84 10 41 morn 24 Fr.
43 0785 I1 6 1 i5 Sa
4 307 58611 *2 T 2 :6 S.
4 -o785 1154 i 507 M.
4 3 7 85n morn. 2 17 :8 Tu.
4 31 736 25.3 2529 W.
4 3:-785 1 4 31 a Th.


Boron, Nepw nglard.
Net.-Vrk. M ich., W.:.,
Iowa, and Otegol.
MHAN TLAM. I .
uon Sun Moon H. W.
Il'ts ets et3 Boi' n
4 25170 i 53 8
4 257-0 = 25 9 1
4 25781 3 7 I0 o
4 24 7 32 iiLes o 5 ,
4 4782 9 10 ti 52
S-4738 9 f8 ev. 40
4 37 3810 36 141
4 238411 61 236
4 3786 11 I 324
4 2373011 6 414
4 22 80 mom. 6 8
4 2 787 1I 0 2
4 27 87 42 6 53
4 7 88 i 7 740
4 ; 238 368 11
4 227 8 Z 12 031
4 22 3119 5 10 18
4 227819 set 11 2
4. a 789 S IS 11 44
4 23 7 40 8 57 morn.
123740 900 26
4 23740 05 7
4 :37 40 1020 47
4 237 4010 42 2 25
4 2474111 4 3 4
4 24741 11 3 46
4 2474111 52 4 35

4 2540 21 6 o8
4 26740 56 7 34
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J JULY 1898
MOON'S PHASES. East. Time. Cent. Time. West. Time.
Full Moon... 3 1 h. 12 h. IS h. 1 m.
Last Quarter .. D. s h. 43m. h. 43 m g h. 43m.-
Nei Moon...8 D. 2 h. 17 m. I h. I m. U h. 17 m.
Firt Ouarter..6D. 8h. atom. yh 43m. 6h. Jom.


New-York Caei.
Phila .Conai..Ne -Jerse.
Penn..,. Ind ad II
MEAN TIME. | .
Sun Sun .Moon H. .
Sries seu secs N V.
43 7 35 i 49 5 3
4 3z 7 2 49 645
4 331 84 rise 7 45
4 33 784 8 24 8 39
4 34784 0 1 9 2
4 35734 080 Io Zt
4 35788 957 zi 4
4 36783 10 22 11 50
4 37788 10 48 ev. 6
4 37 7 3211 14 1 2
4 3878211 43 2IS
4 3 7 81 morm. 8 13
4 39781 18 4 13
4 40730 57 10
4 41 780 1 4 0 4
4 42720 L 32 0 64
4 43729 3 30 7 38
4 44 7 -2 set S 8 1
444727 56 868
4457 20 8 8 980
4 46 72 8 4210 12
4 4,72 9 91010 10
4 48724 0 883 11 0
4 48 7 2 09 l68 momr
4 49 7 23 1026 to
4 5o72210 59 1
4 5 7 211 10 60
4 5i 7 91 11 40 i 56
4 52 7 20 morn. 3 5
4 533710 31 4t t
4 5471 I 35 1 5 29
4 S5717 2 50 6 36
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Boiron, New Englad,
New York, Mllh Wis..
lowa. and Oregon.
MYAN TIME. I
Sun Sua Mloon H. W.
r:es setr sets Bast'n
4 26740 i 43 8 42
46740 2 43 9 47
427740 nse. 1o 50
4 28740 829 11 42
4 29780 0 4ev. 3
4 2973 0 811 24
4 30789 957 2 0
4 307 881021 253
4 317881040 888
4'32 7 38 11 11 427
433737 11 30 520
4 33 7 37 morn. 15
4 34780 12 7 10
43580 S6 18
4 3686 7 1 35 0 G
4 37784 2 26 050
4 37813 i241048
438 88 sets 11 -2
439 72 8 0 12 0
4 40781 8 2 aom.
441 7810 8 38
4 42780 910 r t5
4 43720 982 r
44728 9 5 2 3
4 45 727 10 22 3 1
4 467 20 1051 4 4
447725 1185 4 58
4.487 24 mornm. 6
4497 28 25 7 9.
4 5o7 229 832
4 5 72 1 438 3
4 51 27 .43 9 38 i



















AUGl
MOON'S PHASES. Emai
Full Moon... I D. I l
Lat Quarter. 9. Ibt
New Mooo.. r D. 85
First Quanrter.4 D. B l
Full Moon .. 3r.D. "; h
New.York City.
Phila..Conin.,New eis.ey,
enn.,O.. Ind., and Il.
MBEAN.TIM. |r
Sun Sun Moon H. W.
rises sets rise. N. Y.
456 16 0 734
4 57714 28 8 22
4 58718 767 9 i
4 59712 84 5S
5 o711 849 33
5 x7 10 916 1I 1-5
5 2 0 04tev. 1
5 37 7101 60
5 47 01066 143
5 5 7 61187 243
5 67 4 om. 3 42
5 77 6 O40
5 7 I 121 5387


5 ;65 se iu 8 26
5 .1654 715 0 6
5 r'08 785 043
5 5 51 8 11021
5 166 0'881 1068
S176 4 0 1145
5 1707 088morn.
5 8646 1027 39
5 19i 441122 42
5 o 6 42 morn. 2 52
5 i841 30 4 6
526890 41 i5 S
523637 3 : 6 2
J 5 24 186 4 8 7 '4
5 25084 rises 7 57


JST o 1898 #
L.Time. Cent. Time. West.Tlme.
. ~O m. lu h. 2 m. Ih. 29 m.
i. Ism. ob. r3m. II h. IB(ir
. 34m. 4h. m. h. 34m.
T. 8:1 o. 3 b. 82 m. I h. 82 m.
I5 m. 6 h. ti m. 5 h. 51m.
Boton, New England,
0. New York. Mich.,Wis.,
E 3 lo a. and Oregon.
o 0 MEAN TIME. I
S 111 Sun Moon H. W.
rie. ses ries Bori'n
M. 4 5v 7 20 0 0o 38
2 Tu.4 5371 731 Z8 ,28
3 W-. 454717 7 68ev.12
4 Th. 4 557 10 821 7
5 Fr. 4 5671 848 1 '8
6 Sa.4 57,11 918 21
7 4 587 12 91 8 5
8 M.4 5971 1012 861
9 Tu. 5 o07101040 4 44
ti W. 5 ,7 811V1'1 6 44
ii Th. z 7 7 momr. 045
12 Fr. 3 7 0 o 7 13
13 Sa. 47 4 5 8410
14 8. 5 5: 8 2 4 080
a5 M. 5 67 1 3 1014
6 Tu. 77 0 4 17 1056
17 W. s 668 see 11 81
8- Th.s zo5 7 15 morn.
19 'Fr.s t 665 7 88 6
o S. 5 564 8.2 45
21 S., 130562 28 ri24
22 1M. r 14U61 850 z 3
23 Tu. 15049 981 2 48
24 W.5 s166181021 3 41
25 Th 75 6440 11 4 43
6 Fr. 5 i8 morn. 5 54
27 Sa.5 7 48 24 7 9
28 520141 1 39 8 21
29 N. 21 89 2 57 9 23
30 Tu. 5 038 41 s o 107
31 W. 5 2360 rises In ii


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MOON'S PRAEB. Est. Time. Cent. Time. Wesl.'ime.
I .a QL int. 61 m i h. 51 m. a t. 51 m.
New .:on ..o D. 7h 10m. o6. 10m 6 h. 10m.
Fitr Quiner.on D. 9h. 8 m. 8 b. 11o M. h. d8 m.
Full Mi on ...:. D. Oh. OIfl. im. I h. 1 m.


Nei;.York Ci y.
Phl i..Cor,,..New er ley,
Fenn..0, ind.. a.n I11.
M AN 7rMB. 1 6l.
Sr.. un M.Non H. H.
ise: sers rucs N. V'.
5 :6685 648 8 4:
5 276111: 715 9 24
5 s28620 44 I0o 6
5 296238 616 1t 45
5310620 862 11 Ti
5 31G 25 9OI e.I
5 3623 l020 118
5 33 U 21111 '210
5 34 620 morn. 8 I
5 3 81 I
5 33 0 1 o 7 5 7
536611 I 9 5 4
537010 2 7 a653
5 386 16 3 1' 0 36
5 390 11 4 13 I'J
5 40n 0 sets 7 53
5 41 6 8 6 7 8 1
5 42 6 0386 1
5 430 1 7 8 9 6
5 44 6 3 7 4010 4(
5450 I 82411 82
5 46 5h 9010morn.
5 47569 10 22 3
5 4855011 801 13.
5 49 55 nmorn. 2 4'
5 501 5 46 3" 5s
5 5' 5 2 59 4 5
5 5-' 550 3 '3 5
5 53594 4 23 6 47
5 54 5 46 rIses 33
S554544 6'42 d 9


B,:ton. New England.
New V.eik. lMich., Iti.,
Iowa. and Oregon.
MEAN TIME. I '
Sun Sun Miun H. \W.
ril sets ris-es Bcot'n
5 24085 647 11 as5
5 2663 715 ev.26
s5278 71 1 1 8 j
5 2629 811 151
55 8 c 47 287
5 30o21 028 821
5 3 24101 411
53 322211 7 5 12
5 30621 mor. 6 11
5 34 010 5 7 10
3 35617 1 5 7
5 3661 2 4 8655
35 l714 3 7 940
3 30 112 4 12 1022
5 39010 'etr 111.
5 400 8 di 611 30
5 4 0 7 081 morn.
5436 6 7 0 17
54 0 8 7"151 5S
5 45 1 810 46
5 40 0 9 1l 2 36
5 4755810 10 3 33
5 4856 11 26 4 38
5 49 554 morn 5 49
o504 5 4- 7 0
5 5 5F 1 2 5 8 3
5 5' 4 3 11 9 o
5 53547 4 9 49
5 54 40 rises 1 37
5 56 44 587 xi ,
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OCTOBER 1898 *
MOON'5 PHASBS. East. Tme. Cen. Time West.Time.
i ar Quiner. ;D. h. m. On. 6m. b. 5 m.
New Ploon. .15 7 h. 3 m. 6 h. 3 m. 5h. 37m.
Fr Quarter.o 4b. )m. 3 g m. ;h 9 m.
FullMoon ..:o D. 7 h. rS r. 6i hIS m. bh. Ism.


Iew-"Grk City,
Phda ,Conn .Ne.1.e'riey.
Pe.un.,O., Ind., and Ill.
IMAN T-I 1 ,
S.un Sun MooD H. W.
i- 5.ets rnie' r Y.
5 5 61B3 s13 8 54
S57541 60 9 37
5 58 510 28 o 2 0
5596588 1S it 2
6 o oil 9 14 1n
S66!35 9051ev.48
6 i538 10 68 1 37
6 35 3111 i) -2
6 1 5 30 morn. 3 82
6j 5258 57 4 20
6 7627 1 59 6 10
6 8525 3 : 5 68
6 9 A 23 4 5 640
6 roBi2 5 o 725
6 i 520 err 8 68
6 -.W19 540 852
6 i5 17 621 04t2
6 1+516 7 110382
6 2514 81411 26
6 :6518 09 23 mom
6 851'2-1037
6 1 101140 7 29
6 o j 9 morn. ; 32
6 :1h 7 1 7 3 3
6 -221 UI 2 11 4 33
6 23 4 3 0o 28
6 245 8 4 28 6 I8
6 .65 E34 7 4
6 27 1i I rises 7 46
6 8 2 60 584 8 27
5 6 29458 6 '7 9 74


Bo:nn. New Eagland.
Ne'-York. Mich.. WI..
loaa. Bad Oregon.
MEAN TI THE
Sun1 Su Moon H. W.
rne t seu r.ee Biso['i
5 5754 2 0 U 11 5i6.
5 5856 0 0 44 e.9
559580 722- 1 23
6 o53; 8 7 2 7
6 1 865 68 261
6 2r158 906 844
6 632 1053 488
6 4 6 3011 52 581
6 6 28 morn. I 2S
6 727 54 723
6 8525 1 57 8 18
6, 952 3 1 9 0
6 o522 4 5 9 14
6 130 5 t 11029
6 13510 setl II II
6 34 17 53511 54
6 i5 A 16 NI morn.
6 165 14 77 44
6 17512 8 8 36
6 18511 916 2 3
6 So6 01088 3 28
6215 11 46 4 30
6 22 5 ( morn. 5 34
6 2 .5 i 39
6 :45 2 IW 736
2665 "2 3 21 8 3i
6 27 I 4 z:9 9 s
6 845 5 37 Io 6
6 o4 57 riees 10 5:
6 31457 6 19 ir 32
6 3455 6 2ea 15


















x NOVEMBER 1898 *
MOON'S FRASBE. Eas. Time. Cent Tme. W'es.Time.
Iit Quarle. S o :6m h b. 28 m. 7 b. 8 m.
New Moin .I3D. 7n.m. Oh. 0m. T SOm.
Frin Q.uarer = D. Ob. 5m n hb.. ro ob. 5m.
FullMoon...r:- Ihh B0m. l10h. m9 O h. .
Nc.v.Yi.rk Cry, Boston, New England,
Pirla.,C.:.nn .Never iey, '- Ner-Yoik, M.ich..Wis.,
Pean.,O.. Tnd., and i I S Iowaa. and Oregon.
MEAN T1B |I E JI EAN TIME i .
Sun Sun Moon 'H. \. Sunl Sun Moon H. '.
r,e selts nre; N. 1'V. -- riss aetw nt Bos 'n
6 30167 0506 a 56 r Tu.6 33164 0 60ev. 54
6 31 4613 7 49 to 8 2 '. 6 34158 7 41 144
6 6 3 156 818 r 2 3 Th. 6 36441 8 42 2 -'
6 34458 945ev. 11 4 Fr. 6 71650 940 814
63 45210 441 1 I; S..64 849 110 0 4 2
6 3651 11144 149 6 S. 6 4 4811 2 461
6 37 60 mom. 2 S 7 M. 4 447monm. 640
6 38 19 46 830 B Tu 6 4244 45 082
6 4 448 47 4721 9 W. 6 4 1 4 i 47 725
6 4 447 5 3 lo Th. 644 18 51 6 16
6 4 1U 3 59s 0 Pt i Fr. 6 46442 4 i 9 7
6 4344. 5 o 050 1 S 6 47 441 13 068
6 414 4 sets 7 40 '3 B. 6 481 10 Eer 10 51
6 46 44 5 2 637 1i M. 6 494839 16(I11
6474 49 6 2 981 15 Tu. 6 5i48l 6morm.
6 48 4 41 7 11 1021 6 W. 6 52 438 7 6 33
644 10 82011 1711 Th.6 3437 815 : 28
6 0 1110 9 'l1 morm. 8 Fr. 6 5 311 9 80 223
6 .489 1053 i 19 SI.6 56435 1061 3 i7
6 l3 8 morn -r o 6 7 4 84 morn. 4 12
6 54 88 4 2 8 st M. 6 58 44 8 5 o1
6 55487 i i 3 5 2 Tu. 6 59 4881 il 6 7
65430 i8 4 23 W-7 o132 2 10 7 3
6.57 0 3 4 4 53 4 Th.7 2 4 3 57 7
o 5835 4 35 465 Fr. 7 3431 4 341 40
6 5i48 5 35 ." 3 S l.7 4481 539 9 39
7 o4 7 237 S. 4 0 rises Io 26
S7 1 84 449 8 5 M. 7 6430 4431z 1o
7 3 43 541 5 029 u.7 74810 63 ilrz5'
,7 4134 638 94 3 30 W 8429 0883ev.36 4
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DECEMBER 1898 *
MOON'S PHRABS. EaLt.Time. Ceot.Time. 'est. Time.
L.a Quanrer. D. h. 5 m. 4h.. 5 3 h. 5 m.
New Moo... .a3D. h. 43. h. 43m. 4h 43nm.
Fi Quarner gD. 0I hti n. 9h.S1 in. 6 h. im.
Full .oon... D. G b 11 m. h. :.0 m. I h. S19 m.


Ne,-York Cit,
Plla..Con u.,Ne J er'ey,
Penn.,O. aid..aid 111.
MEAN TEIME. '
Sun Sun Moon H. W
Sic: rein rue N. I.
7 5484 7885 0o 17
7 6438 834 o 3 ,5
7 7438 983 iL 37
7 813 1038ev.20
7-91821184 1-6
7 io 32 morn 1 1
7 1n482 34 2442
7124 82. 1 38 830
7 3' .42 2 45 4 32
7 -4392 3 56 32
7 1548:3 5 o 6 83
7 15812 6'4 7 81
7 .6 433 seta 8 8
7 64'388 6 3 921
7 :;433 7931110 14
7 r8438 38811 1
7 18488 95211 58
7 r 43 11 2mon.
7 20 4 4 morn. 14
7 22 05 36 1 36
7 2 436 : 17 2 31
7 r 4 6 2 3 325
7 2487 3 27 4 22
77 22" 4 2-8 5 18
7 3 488 5 8 6 33
7 23 4 3 6 a2 l 3
7 3 4 89 rise_ .7 44
73 440 5 81 8 :8
S7 24440 6006 9 1
? 4 41 7 0 9 5s
47 442 8 25 G 26
W T,___*


SBo:lon. New England.
New-York, Michb.. VWi..
Iowu, and Oiegon.
MEAN TIME. 1
5un SIn- Moon H. W.
riESE IEl nies Boa3'n
7 1o429 7'81 1 20
7 3 499 880 2 I1
7 124 930 241
7 13 t 210I 81 822
7 412S11 88 '4 0
7 s 4 28morn. 4 8
7 16 28 34 641
7 1 48 40 089
7 17 4 2 48 7 85
7 18428 4o 80 85
7 9428 5 15 985
7 o428 6 ? 10 85
7 21 428 sen 1128
7 : 4 28 7 morn.
7 22 49 7 17 23
7 3129 881 7 r7
724429 950 7
7 244911 2 a 56
S2 80 morn 3 45
7 2 30 z= 4 37
7 16431 I o 5 32
7:64 31 6 6 27
S274 82 3 3 7 25
7 7 8 4 34 8 21
7 8 481 33 9 15
7 284 3 6 28 io 5
7 :8 4 n rise- 1o0 5
7 29435 622ev.8 33
7 94 0/ 6 22ev. 13
7 487 7 23' 52
7 30487 8 2 1 I8






















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STATES AND TERRITORIES.


STATES AND
TERRITORIES.

Ahb ima........
AlkanaE .......
Cal.fornia ....
Colorado.....
Connectcut.....
Ddawae. .....
Florida..... ....
Georgia .......
Idaho .........
Illinois.... ....
Indiana......
Iowa ..........
SKansas... ......
Kentucky .......
SLousiana .......
S Maine...........
MarylaJd.....
lMassachusens...
M6ichian........
Minnesota......
Miissisippl.....
Missouri..........
Montana.......
Nebraska ....
Nevada... ...
New Hampshire
New ersey......
New.fYok;.....
North Crolina..
North Dakota..
Ohl-.............
Oreon.........
Fensylvania..
Rhode Island .
South Carolina..
South Dakota .
Tennesee.. ....
Texas.........
Vermuo.r........
Virginia..........
Washi n.....
West Viginia...
Wiscol .......
WyoIng .....
Utah ...........
'AI Skla ,Ter
Arizonaa ..
Inldian ". .
New Merico"
SOklahIomu "


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Miles S.enled.

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2.i66,000 24

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PRINCIPAL ,CITIES.
POFiLaATION, DISTANCE PROM NEW-YORK, AND DIF-
PBRBNCE BETWEEN MBAN AND STANDARD TTME.


CITIES.

Neiw-ork. N. .'
Cli,c.e o. Il.... .
PhiJdelpihr,, Pa......
Brooklyn, N. Y.... .
Sr. Lou,.o Mo........
Bo Jon, Md. ....
BluInmoire. id.. ..
-aE Fnrci;rc. Cal .
Cliciniin,l. Ohio......
i Cleveland, Ohio .
Bunilo, .Y. ....
Ne.n ODlean.La ..
P.cburgh, Pa ..
W..hi.gon, D. C...
Decroit, .ich ..
Mdilwukee.W u ......
Newark. N... ..
rlion.p-NlL. Minn..
Lou,&wlle, Ky........
Omahi, Ncb ....
ocheter, N. \'.......
St.Paul. Min.......
Kan'l Ciry, M,.......
Providence. R. J. .
Denser, Col... ..
ltadi.napolu. Ind ....
Albany, N. V....
Col mrio, Ohio.....
Si'rac.:e. N.Y. ....
\i ,>rcester. Ma- ....
TolNdo, Ohic.... ...
Rrhmond, \' ....
Nashvlle, Ten......
,Loi Angele. CiJ
Grand Rpidi, Mich.
SejnJe. 1 .h ......
L,inln. Neb ....
Charleston. S. C..... .
Hartiord, Conn .....
Des loinei. lora ...
P.-r aal Or ...... ...
S&il Lake City. Utah..
Tacom,. Was ......
Svannahb, Ca.........
SGalJveon., Teu a...
Levenwonrh, Kan '
Rutland. ...
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Population

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VALUE OF FOREIGN COINS.

PDNOMINATION. COUNTRY. '


A Ifonso.............. ..
Boliviano........ -........
Bolivar.... ............
Crown... .... ......
Dollar ... .. .....



Drachn...... ..........
Florin... .. ..........

Franc........ ...........
Ehliflmperial.............
o Kroner ..............
Lira.............
Mabbub ofzo piasters....
M ark.............. ..
l 0wrei. ol 00o res ..... ...
Pesecta ,roocenri ....
Peso. ..... .......... ...
......... .......



Sol..............
Pound SLeriing (ioverelgnB
Rouble or too copecks...
Rupee of 16 annas.....
SniUmg ......... .. .......
Thaler(3 marksj.........
Yen..... ...... .....


Spain..... ...........
Bolivia.......... ...
Venezuela... .......
Nory. SwednDen'k.D
LiDeria..............
Mexico .............
Sanodvi Islands ....
Spain............ .....
irfecc ..............
Austria........ ....
Nelherlands .........
France. Belg..Swirr.
Irnt, .................
NorJy, Sed'n, Deo'k.
It aly .... ......
Tripoli.... .......
German Empire ....
Brazil... ............
Porugal. ............
S .ain...:..........
CU i .. 1 ..... .. ....
Cuba............
Ecuador ......... ....
U.S orColombia....
Tu ey .......... .....
Poiglano........ .
Russia...........
India ........ ........
Eni.land, ..............
Peru. ................
Germany. ..........
Japan.............


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EBrplanatin e/th Currrecies c" the varu e Countres.
AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA.-The Paper Currences are con.
tinuallysubject to important luctuations.
In FRANCE. BELGIUM, SWITZERLAND. AND ITALY I
frnc-loo centimes. GERMANY, i maoik c oo pfenmtg.
IOLLAND. x lorin dr gulden = -o cents. NORWAY, SW.-
DEN, AND DBNMARK, I kroner= 1o0 Ore. UNTTED STATES,
I dollar= in cents. SPAIN. rpeset a- oocentavos. AUS
TRIA, Tlrorin ioo kretzer. PORT LUGAL, milrels- rmo eis.
GREECE. I drachma =iro leptas. TURKEY,r plaster- Jo
aras. RUSSIA, i rouble- too copecks.
Italian note and silver are not cunent in France. Belgium,
and Switzerland, but the siver If these countries passes cur-
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PLACES OF.INTEREST
IN NEW".YORK.
AMEBRICAN MUSEirT OF NATURAL HISTORY, between
Eighth and Ninth Avenuei, ;,-th and 8sL. Streets.-Open
iree ecery day except Monday and Tuesday, when there is
an admission fee or a5 cent. Cuntain- a ine collection of
mounted birds, animals Ifhes, inecrs. &c.
BATTERY PA RK. a[ the southern end of the island.-Con-
rains aI acres. beauifull) laid our. A .ide promenade ex.
lend alongQ the teawall. rom which ine viewro the harbor
Maybe obt ined. Named from he batteryerected here bythe
Dbciih secrlers. The British army embarked here Nor. s,
i83..when evacuating NerhYork r tnecloTefLheRevoluddin.
BROOKLYN BRIDGE. c.onn0lS New York City with
SBrooklyn.-Convtructin begun June 3d, 8i.. Opened to
the public May z4th. Ib3. Totallength. so9qfeet; wiaitbh.
feet; heighrof towers, a feet; heig htoIcenter above high
wjler.,3j lIeer; cot:ir5.,oooo. Foot passengers, uee; car
SIre. 3 cent., or Io tickets for -5 cents.
SCASTLE GARDEN.in Battery Park.-Now New York
Aquarum. Formerly ured for great public meetings.and
receprhn;. Admittance to the Aqurium is free. Its hours
a, rTom soiu M. i10o 4P M., and it ;s open daily exceptung
on Monday and Tuesdais.
CENrRAL PARK, between Fifth and Eighth Avenues,
reth and s oth Streeti.-- 2 miles long and S mile wide.
Cuntainsboacres. It ha twelve grand entrances.contains ;8
miles of w illk, so miles ofcarriage roads. and miles oibridle
paths. More than i.ir-,o.owo people visit the paik annually.
CTTi HALL. City Hitl Park.-Built of marble in 18o3.
The Go;ernor'i room conlan1 the portraits of all nte
Governors of New York Staie. the cnair and desk at which
Washtington wrote hi first message to Contgess, and many
other relics.
CUSTOM HOUSE. WVall Street. Cor. oi William--A gran-
ite edihce, the pjrtico oi w'Fhh i supported by a number of
column 38 leer high, 41i feet in diameter. eacn cut from a
Jingle stone. All vesels arriving at and leaving this port
must report to the Government olmicials here.
GEN. GRANT'S TOMB, It Riueride Park at rMd Street.
o;cvtloklng the Hudson River. Elected bL popular sub.
jcnption )ta cosatof early 6&u.. oand dedicated Arlr.il -
r Sixth Averne EJevated road to xsth Steet. utence by
cable care.
HIGB BRIDGB, Harlem River at ar2th Street -A trone
stlracure conveying the waTer of the 6~ton aqueduct across
the Harlem River.at a height of toofeet; length, t4> feet.
METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OP ART, in Crotral Path.
near Fifth Avenue and ad Street.-Opeo.free every day
except Monday and Tuesday, when n admu ion fee of
s5 cents is charged. Contains a large and rich collection oa
same of the bels examples of the old masters and modern
painters, and a fine gallery of marble statuary.


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PLACES OF INTEREST
IN'NEW YORK.
OBELISK. In Central Park. near Metropolitan Museum.
Filth Asenue and 8;d Street.- Erected in Egypt about
3, ears ago. It is cut from one solid block lo granite. -o
ret high and weighing 4a0,.copounds. It is covered with
hierog Iphics illustratig the deeds and titles of the Kang
of Egypt at that time. Prese'bed by the Khedive, mIsinll
Puna, to the city or New Ycrk. Brought here by Lieur.
Gorrine. U. S. N.. in a vesSel pecri.lly fied up for the pur-
pose. Ihe enLire co2t of transportatlnc and erecting was
defrayved by the late William H. VanderbilL
P,-T OPtpJCB. Broadway and Park Row.-Costdl
$,oe.co.Oo. There are sixteen branch offices.
STATUE OP LIBERTY, on Linerry Iformerly Bedie's)
Island. Modeled by the Frenchsculptor Bartholdl, and pre-
sented by France to the United States. The Statue is of
copper-bronrze, ar zeer high; mounted on a stone pedestal
7I4 leer high. making the extreme height 3.S feer. It may
De reached by bolt liom the Ba.ge Orice at the Bfttery.
SUo-TREASURY, Wall Street. Car. oi Naasau.- Built oi
vhite granite on the site of old Federal Hall. here Wash.
tngtan was jnaugurated. The original building, erected in
oI., was used for the City HUll. 'The first Coagress under
ihe National Constirution met here;'Mareh 4th, ir89, when
the name was ch nged to Federal Hil.. Afterwards used as
Lne hr iie Cipitol. aid then the present building -as erected
and u:ed many years as the Custom Hou.e: now occupied
fr he storage of gold and silver coin. etc. The walls are
nre and six leerthick, and the oofis oi solid stone four feet
thick. It is guarded day and night by a force of twerty.
five men. On the asep; now stands a scataeof.Wan'hingon,
the pedestal containing the very stone on which he stood
when raking the oarn, on April i~Lh, r-. 2.
ST. PATRIC 'S CATHIEDRAL" Fifth Aenue, 5ath and stst
Srreets.-The most imposing church edifice in the United
State.!, corting over 20,oon.ooo. It is 3o feet long,. io feet
wide, and 1c8 feethigh Tne ain sires on eitherside of
the iront gable riie to a height of 38 fteet. The rich stained
gliti in its o windotswas made in France and co;st fio.,o.
The main altar, 4 feet high. i: made of ltalian marble inlald
with rare gemi. The organ is one oilthe largest in the city.
The Catnedral is open daclv.
ST. PAUL's CHURCH, Broadnay. Car. Vesey Street.-
Erected in j-eu. A chapel of Trinity Church. Wai attended-
by Washington, and his pew still remains, marked with his
initials.
TRINITY CHURCH, Broadway, head ofWall Street.-The
richest paribh in the United States, ts annual income reach.
uig 50o, ooo. Was funded in 169'. The church was burned
ia I 6l, rebuilt in "y.B, and the present house was completed
to LQ 6. It was designed by the,famous American architect
pJoho, anrd required seven years to build. The steeple ll 1
tas feet high.


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VALUABLE .INFORMATION
FOR BUSINESS MEN.
DEMAND NOTES ite payable on presentation, without
grace,and bear leal interest ofter a demand has been made,
i north io written.a' in endoraer on demand Dote is holden
only lora hmited time, variable in different States.
A NEGOTIABLE NOTE must be made payable either Io
bearer or be properly endorsed by the person to whose
order t I.; mde. li the endorser dishes to Ivoid leipotnJ-
bilry, he can endorse without recourse."
A JOINT NOTE is one signed by two or more persons.
nho can each become liable or tne wnole amount.
NO GRACE is allowed In the majonty of States or rime
noles after the Lime for payment expires. if not pain when
due. the endorser, if any, should be legally noticed to be
holden.
NOTES FALLING DUE ON SUNDAY, or on a legal holi.
day. must be paid toe day following as a rule.
AL TEBRNG A NOTE in any manner, by the holder, makes
it void.
NOTBS GIVEN BY MINORS are void.
TFrE MAKER OP A NOTE that is locl or Otolen ii nor
released from payment it une amount and consideration can
be proen.
NOTES OBTAINED 'BY FRAUD, or given by intoiicated
per' ns, canpojt be collected.
AN ENDORSER hai a right of action ag-init all ohone
names were preriouily on a note endorsed by him
.A BILL OP EXCHAaNG OR DRAFT i an order drawn by
one person or finn upon another, payable either at sight or
at a itted future time.
A note dated on Sunday is void. An endorser of a note
i: erempt fiom l-ibiliy Ir'not served with notice of ,m dis.
honot .thl- -~4 hours or its son-paymear. Notes bear inter-
e:t only when so stated. Pnncipals are responsible for their
agents. Esch individual In par anrshp a rcEponiille for
the whole amount orf he debLt of the lrti. Igncranceof the
lar excuses no one Ir is a iriud to conceal a fraud It is
illegal t, compound felony. The lawcompels noone to do
impossibilities. An agreement slLhout a connsderation i
void. Signatures in lead pencil are p:.od in la-. A receipt
lor money is not legally conclusive. Tne acts orone partner
bi d all ne others. Contracts made on Sunda) cannot be
e aiorced. A contract with a minor is void. A contract made
4lth a lunaric is vc-id. Written contTracs concerning land
must be under seal.
DEPIOITS OP MONEY in a bank placed to thenredit of de.
t.aitors are always subject o their check for full amount due.
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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
MEASURES OF WBIGHT.-- A-4'irnusor r pound equals
"cw. grains; i6.dramsi. I ounce; 16 ounce, a pound: 1
pouno6. i hundredweight: 2o hundredweight r ton. Tr.y:
r pound equal 5760 grais; .4 grains, i peunyweight: n
pennyweighu., ounce; tz ounces. i pound. .ft~elariesn':
I pound equal 5-6ogral, ; 7o grain, Escruple; 3 cruples,
i drm: a drams, i ounce, a ounces, pound. Metrnc: I
kllognmme equals -on grammes equals 2. Avoirdupois
poj.aads.
MrtASURJE OP LENGTH.- Curomarry: inchess equal i
loot; 16tr feet, r rd urods, r irloug ; 8furlongs, rstature
mile: I itsrute mile g. o feer or r6o yards; a marine league,
n uauCalc miles; i rathom. 6 feel; i nautical mile equals
o08o.a feet. .Mletrnc: soo niilliEtres equal r mene; ro20
metre, i kilometre; a metre equals 39.3 inches.
SURPACB OR SQUARE AlBAOSDR.- Crastn.ar: 144
square inches equal I square foot; 9 square feet. square
yard ; 3o.: square yards, I square rod; 40 square rods, I
quare root; 4 square roods, i acre; 4o acres, I square mile.
Sacre equals 208.7 feet square. .ftrnr i square metie equals
r acre, acres, i hecrare; i bectare equals abouc 2.5 (-.47)
acre.;.
SOLID OR CUBIC .IEBASURE.-- Cfausr ry* r i2B cubic
inches equal e cubic foot;. 37 cubic feet, r cubic yard; .4
cubic ieet ri round timber, i Ion: ,u cubic feet of hewn tim-
ber, i ron iza cubic feer of wood (a feel by a Ieer by 8 Ieer),
I cord; z.7. cubic feet of Elone, I perch- usually i6f feel by
r'feer by a fot, but vsries greatly. MVeric: : moo cubic
centimetres equal hire. equ'Al .grq quan.
LIQUID MEASURE.--E llisbh Uon equals 77.4.63 cubic
inches; LU. S. gallon equals s cubic inches; 4 gllsi pint;
2 pints, I qu.rt;'4 quars., I gallon.
DRy EASURE.-.- bashel equals rgo 42 cubic inches,
tpinLs, quart; 4qu.ar, f gallon ; gallons, peck:; 4 pecks,
bushel. .fevri: ro milllitres equal I centilitre; socenti,
hires, i dcallre; iddecilitres. line lle, Ie.r.6 quarts.
POUNDS PER BUSBEL.- Tne weight per bushel of dif.
Ifeent article. divers in different State. Revised Satules
o- Ibe iJ. S..Sec. q19: For the purpose of esEimating ihe
duties on amportations of rain, the number of bushels shall
be ascertained by weight inlsead of by measuring; and sixty
pounds o0 wheat, frty-sixpound.: of corn, fiy-six pounds
fc barley, thlrry.two pounds: of oas, sixty pounds of peas,.
and lorry pounds of buckwheat, avoirdupois weight, shall
respectively be estimated a. a bushel."
CAPACITY OP BOXES.
'25 In. sq.. z.66 In.deep= Approx. wine'barrel.
a = wine hlfh bnel.
17 "xr4in.oo," bushel.
o "rrl'" ai I" 9 = "'
8 "'quare.e,.4o = peck.
8 ** .zn" = gal. (drymeasure).
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COMPARATIVE YIELD
N .POUNDS PER ACRE.
Ho:.: .4a= .::::: I'.:- Cabb ..00.
Hop....... ..a B ...oil IRe Grasse....... 7,
WhMelo........ o Cherrie. ..... Potatoes bea.... 500
arnley...;.. I6 FrOnions...... 2,80 Applesd r...... a
Mil......... ,84R H pay o..... 4. Ba Turlip ba.... 84
Peage...... .. R .st .. 5,0ph~ea Cabbages... ..go
Beanmi....... I CBanee...... 68. PIBakmps .e...do

PERCENTAGE OF NUTRITION IN
VARIOUS ARTICLES OF FOOD.
Cucumber ... Boiled cod nts, Rye bre.. 2...,70
Melons.....' 3 Potaloes t.....a ed be an..a.
Turnp...... 4' 4 Fried veal .....4 Bled rice ...... Be
Milk ...'... i Rost pork....z Barley bread.... 88
Cabbage ...... % Rat poulrry.26 ,,eaI b;read.... go
Currants ...... b. Bee o .......... u6 Bakedcomb.... iead
EHc ..p.. ...... r o Wrpes........ Bosed .rley ..9.
Beets..........4 Plums.........9 Bu2 er ........... 3
Apples b....... 6 Brolledmurtooo Boded .peas..... 9,



THE UNITED STATES.
Bsep ,a bushels.. 73,7o Oatsbuhels..... .661,03
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cubic (eel of oodsoasd, dry torn in the ear will make a
uoroo a rnbofcoro in cheeormeasurethel .breadth,
Butter andchece, d Peanu tbuhheigh. Ib, doivx
Itaz.s ............ 61o,0ao Potatoes,' ..15,oo000.000
Cotton, bales.... u ,71,43 Rye. ". :31,-o,0o
Flax, bushels.... 11,1:44401 Su7ari pounds .....401,30,a2
Ha), ton......... 5o,000,000 Tobacco, ." '....505.'05,00
H ;, pounds ...tw, gad you habeate buhbls...er 51,9,0of o










'helledr.orno the crib.a
Idian corn, bu. .1A,63,464,000 Wool, pounds .....94,000,000
LrT SrdOCK. -Numbre of horses,. ipao6.&; meces,
a2 fr,"8; cows, i6,4z.Lo8; oxen and other cattle. 35,954,96 ;
beep, 47,273.53; .swine, 46.o94,8-/.

TO MEASURE CORN IN CRTB, ETC.
This rule will apply to a crib or anoy Fi '6r Idnd. Two
cubic feet of gofod;,sound dry corn in the ear wiU make a
bu:hel oi" heUed corn. To get, then, ibe quantity orfhelled


ra n a cbofc the r, measure the length, breadth, and ne together,
tnd height afthecnb inside of the Taul; muhLiplytne length
by the breadth, andt the product by the height; then divide
the product by two, and you have the Dumber or bushels of'
shelled corn In the crib.
To f.nd the number of bushels of apples,'potamoo.'i etc., lo
a bin, mhliply the length, breadth, and thickness together,
and this product by8, and point off one figure in the product
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FACTS FOR BUILDERS..
BRICKS REQUIRED TO CONSTRUCT ANT BUILDING.
(Reckoning Bricks to eich Superficial Foot.)

SUPERFI- NUMBER OF BRICKS TO IBXCKNESS OF
CLAL PEET
OFWAL.. 4 IN. IN, 12 1. 16 IN. ZoIN. 24 IN.
i.......... 7 5 -3 30 ,38 45
S........ i5 33 4 6o .S 9
3 ....... .- 45 68 90 13
4... ...... 3 6 90 o
5 ......... 38. 75 'z o 0 i 2w5
.6 6 ........ 4. .. 225 27
53 2155 1 210 203 y15
to o aO i" 240 30M 360
S........ 68 I135 i 3 no 338 405
i'2 ....... :5 *' i0o 15 y 3- 375 450
Cosr oF TTN ROOFING PER SQUARE AND
SQUARE FOOT.
The Drst column contains the price, per bor, oi tin; the
.ecijnd column shows the cost or cia per square (Ioo square
leet) of surface; and the third column shows the c or of rtn
per square foot of surface.
Flat Seam Rooaing-Cost with 4 X o tin.
f 2..... $221 .... $oa.o.r $6.5..... $3.a...... $0.032
A.,5.... 34..... 34 6.to .... 3 8.... .c'33
4.7 ..... a~-...6. .. 3.:5... 3 5 .... o35
5 ..... .. .o -. .. 3 677... 03
533j..... .73-: *73 5 3;77:::.. :,37.1
5. 5.- ..... =.EC...... ., 6 i..... 3.90 ... o390
...... ....... .r9 :5 .. ... ..03
6. ... ..... ..03 .co .... 4.;7 .... .04i.
1oo shingle. laid 4 inches to the weather, dl corer iso
quuee feet of curfsce, and 5 pounds of single naill ill
ialtn them on.
One fiJth more siding and iooring ls deeded than the nam.
her of squire ieet or suriaceto be covered, beiuse of the
l]p in the Ciding and matching.
o lithj will cover -o yards of surface, and n pounds of
lathliail. will oal them on. Eight bushels of g.od lime, 16
bu.helj oif od, and i bushel-f.*alr wiU make enough good
mortar to player ;oo square yards.
A cord of' tone. buheels of Uime, and acubic yard c.fsand
will lay im cubic feet ofwall. -
Five courses of briuc wiU lay i foot in height on a chimney;
Sbricks in i core will make a floe 4x1a Inches, and 8
bricks ;n course will make a lue 8x6 inches.
Cement r bushel and sand a bushels will cover 3 Equare
yards i inch tlick, 4 squre yard- tnLih thick, 6). square
yards inich rhick. One bushel cement and i of sand will
cover at square yards a inch thiclI,3 'quaze yards 4 inch
thick, and 4 square ya&d. !, Inch thick.





















TO TELL TIME OF TIDE.
The ime ofhigh iatera the places followingmay be found
app crunsaely oar each da by adding or E ubtrctig from
the time or high water at New.York te hours and minutes
anneoed. .
lbainy,N.Y........ + 9 39 New Haven, Cono.. + 3.1
Annapol, Md...... + 8.57 New London ConC.r + i.6
Abury Park. N. I.. oa. Newport, R I........ -o.
Allni c City. N.' a... o 2; Nonorlk. Va.. .. + o6
Bilnmore, id ...... +.-so1. Norwich, Con ...... .5
Bar Harbor, b.... + 2.50 Ocean Grove.N. ... o.,
Beauiort, C........ o. Old P. Comilort;,Va.. + 0.31
lock Ilad, R. I... -- 0.3 Philadelphi,Pa..... -5.3
Bo.iLn, M ...... 3 Plymouth Ma..... 3
Bridgeport. Conn... 3.4 Point Lookout, Md.. 4.4
Br,stl,l R. ..... .. o. Pordand, Me.......... 3. 0
C.pe May, N.J ...... + o i Port.mouth, N. H.... 3 16
Charle..ion; S.C... o 43 Pougifklepsie, NL Y. + 4.a?
lConey Irland. N. Y.. o 'o Pzoiidence, R. 1. ... .7
Eaoipor, hMe........ + 3. Richmond, Va...... --
Fe Ftci; dlia. Fl... 0:. Rock'aay, N. Y..... on
GlouceFter.Ma. ... a .e ., Rockland, Me.. + .55
I:le of Sboaa...... 3 Rockpon.Ma.n. + 0 y
lacksonvlle, Fla 0.36Salem, Mas ......... 4- 3.5
Key WetI, Fla ....... o Sandy Hook, N. J.... o.3
Leagu, LIland. Pa .. Sa.aonnah. Ga ....... -0.49
Long Branch. N. J... .38 Smithrille, N. C..... o.5
MabLlehead, Mass. t- .4 Vineyard Hiaen.Mass- 3.35
Nibt,. Miss; ........ + 3.2 Washinrton. D.C... -+1.54
Nintucker, Mass..... + 4 31 Waich Hil. R. I .... + o..3
iNei Bediard, Majs.. + o.o VWeir Point. N. T.... + 2 55
Neaburypon, Mass.. + 3.29 Wilmington, N. C.... + o.59
EXAMPL .-To ascertain at ,hat hour It will be high tide
at Sandy Hook on Lte JS of July, find first the tme of high
a-ter at New-York undei that date, and then subtract 3p
minute., a- found in above table opposite Sandy Hook; the
result i: the time ofhigh water requLird.

WEATHER SIGNALS.
N. 1. No. 2; No. 3. No. 4.





CloUrfrPi r Bua o Tflrro re C.. I 'HI.
When black triangular flag is placed above white or blue
g it indicates arrneri when placed belo.. colder weather.
For example-3. 0 indicate, warmer, fair weather, fol.
lowed by rain or onaw..









*1Of


BEST RECORDS.
WURLD'S RECORDS FOR ONE MILp. ALL METHODS
OP PROGRESSION.
I OLDE


EJTHOD.

Railroad Train .
Electric Rtl.'Iy.
Ic, Yacht.
Hor.e Running
Bicycle iSaiety l.
Torpedo Boat...
Tandem B;cydc.,
Hor'e (Pacidng..
(Tiorrnng
Yachlt Iteam) .
5ksting Ice.Arith
WIind. ......
Steamship.. .
5.ngleTr c..cle..
Tandem Tricycle
Skarng I Ice. rnk'i
karinng Rollers
ilani Runmnngi .
Rowing I Sngle
Scall I........
Snowshos I Run-
uming) ...
A lking ..
Cinoei ,addling i

"Aniieutr.


HOLDER
OP RECORD.
Empire Sute Evp.
B. O.R.R. .....
On Nei.buigh Bay
Slre'tor ..
WV. W. -arnilion..
Sokol.. ... ......
Bullet & Butler
Joho B. Gentry ...
Ali .... ........
Norwnood....... ..
Tim. Donoghuer..
Luca ii ............
L.Stroid .......
( P.W.S.B eduine
oe. Dohogue....
ra rk Delmout*=.
W.G.G eoige* ..
Jo. Laing*. .....
1. G. Ro"a ........
W'. Peikias ...
C. E. Arcn.bald....
V. G. Gromley"
*,Praofeisional.


.DATE.

May. :93
Sep.- '95
'94
Aug.-:.'3,
Min. o'c.
Oct. '9,
Idly .4.'6
Sep. ..'.6
Sep: l3,;',
No.. 7.'Ql
Feb. ,'Y,,
Oct. '93
Sep. =.,9.3
July :I,'9i
FeD.l.'qiS
Aug.E6,'8,1,
Aug.ig,'Ba
Mar. r,'i
lul-., *'9
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YACHT RAC rNG.--Fo America's Cup, berueenVoalkyrTe I LJ.
iEnQlia-:hl d Defender (Ameni:ain. Frst race, won by
lerender : ~ez: nd race, glven to Delender on foul by \'a.
kyre: tnmrd r, ce. 'alkyrne railed to iad the course.
BAEK BA\LL, 16,, Balrtnmoe won the League pelnrianr
Providence. the Es tern LeaZge trophy; Yale defeated
Princeton
FODI-BALL. ri .6.-PrI.aeton defeated Yale. Nri. at, 2. to ..
LA.WN TENNIS. rI&b.-Chimpionship of Amer.ca. Men's
'in les. Robert D. Wreoo; men'l double.. C. B. Nel
and S. R. Need: lidles'.singles. Miss Eli.abeth Moore,
ladies' double, AMls l.loore and liss lilialete P. Atl.tson.
GOLP. T6y6.- Amateur Championrhlipoi America, won by H.
I. Wh' gham..OnenuLa Gol' Club. Chicigo; Proieisional
Chinmpiaon-i;p won b lame Foultl. Chicago GrAlClub.
WiGHT THRuvWlNG.- Putcing aJ-lb. shot, C. R. CiGra,
N.-Y. A.C 4'. Thraoinf 5s~lb. weight. 1. 5. Mltchell.
N. Y. A. C.. 3~r ft. r in. Throwing i flb hammer -nft.
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