Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1899

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Title:
Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1899
Series Title:
Cornelius Longstreet Diaries (1886-1900)
Physical Description:
Book
Language:
English
Creator:
Longstreet, Cornelius H., 1831-1901
Creation Date:
1899
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:
AA00017197:00005

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ECLIPSES, 1899.
There 11ll be fie Erlipresi h1. 5e~r, Lbree of the Sun
aid Ito rf the lMoon, .s iollo .:
1. Part al Ecli::e oi heSun. jn I;. riible on ine North-
err, P.iticcoit i ro e iU. 5 neor :unset.
ii. A Panral Eclipie ri the Sun. [Irue iruilble inr he
LI S except in AJkaa.
Iii. i\ T.oral Eclipir .:."he M-o.n, June :, part:. lly vrible
oa Ihe 'tat c LI at[ the beg lr Deg.
IV. An Arnn.lar Eclipse o itir aSun, Dec. .. aeruible aI
the U. S.
V. A Parridl Eclipie rii the Pt:c i. Dec It. Size. it.
dilit. or nearly toril. The ol.lorring z. Ine time oa me
dJlneent pr.nie.
E.ajtrn Cencral it.ietrn
SLindjrd Tme. SLcndard Trme. Scjndird Tile.
Berini.... I.l P. M ... 5 P. t ..IM.1
Middle .. r."l .... .- .(1. "O
Enda ..10.1 ** .... 0.7 .... 8.7

MORNING STARS.
VranS. uncrl Sept ;i. JUFITER unril Ian i9, and iafer
Nov. 13 SA.URN, ucal M Irc:h 13, and ainer Dec. 16.

EVENING STARS.
V'ENL'r, *Al'rer Sept. it.. MARi, all the yea.. JUPITER,
ftir Jfa. :9 to No... SATTURN, from Mirch i. to Dec. t&

MOVABLE FEASTS.
Septue3grta Scun.: 3 [n. r e C 'd FriJly ..Mar. 3
beargeuna ** e. Eer Sudy. Apr.
Qucnruqaigeim'- .. si L ej ndy .
hlote i uela .. ** Roga Suo Sunday lay
As WeduodiL I;, Asiijoo Thaur ncy. i i
Oridrag-'e.igmi un q 't-Sur day I Pent I :
fr- ,Let 1r Tinry ..
Prirjn II Crpba Chniru..... June
P.Ji Sunda ....... st Adeari da .De. .

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.
Dominical Lener .... A Romrn Indi.idirn ... i
Epact ....... lullin F'P~r, ...... t
Lu-air C3cle IGold. o.I i D..:n .lay Period a3
Solar C le ....... .. Je iih Luon C-:le .. 6
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JANUARY 1899 *
MOON'_ PHAF a. EasL. Tme. Cent. Taoc. Wesi.Tile.
LI.t Qua r. 4 D. 10 ln. *l m. 9 h i r. h. 2 m.
New Mc,:.o...i, s h. m I b. 40 m. 4 m.
Fr. QuO rter.s- D. ribi h y in h. 36m. ,h. 3jr m.
Full Mron. i. '. S t m. Ih. i m. Oh Sl m.


NeC-.Yok CIIm.
Phil..,Conu .,Ne.. lersey.
P:na..O.. lad.. iad IlR.
MEAN T7EB. I "
SSun Sun Moon TI. 1'
nie i :eu n;z N. I.
7 254 43 921 ii 1
7 254 14 10 28 i. i
:5445 II 25 e. 25
4 40 morn. I 8
7 "5 4 17 :, 157
, 2. "48 i 36 2 "5
7 2j4 14 ? 4 0
4 1650 357 5 8
S24 451 S 3 616
7 4 12 6 o 7 17
7 24568 7 3 812
7 23 4 4 et 9 6
S23465 7 27 0955
7 3456 n4 10137
7 :4 516 966 I1 23
S 4.)1 9552 2I 2
22 1 6) 11 4 morn
7 21 5 0 murn. ii
7 15 I i2 1 8
7 21 5 2 i 8 a 5z
7 20o 3 2 21 2
5 ) 4 3 1 3 5
7 85 5 4 :6 4 5
7 175 7 5 7 5 4.
7 170 5 5? s 0 3
7165 9 6 2 ,? 24
7 65 0 1e. 3
7 15 11 ( IS 8 84
71 138 7 16 9q
7 135 14 I827 5 ,
u7 i5I 15 9 17 10 3
2 i: I31018 0 i


BEilcrn. New England.
New .York, Mich., \1:..
I o.. a.d Olegon.
MEAN TIME.
Sun Sun Moonr H.W. .
n'e. eas rs Boa'n 3
7 30488 928 "8 7
730 48010 231 i2
- 34 40 11 26 827
S30 4 morn. 4 9
304 42 3i 4 60
7 29: 4 I i 39 5 67
7 9444 249 7 8
-,.94 46 4 2 811
7 9 4 46 4 9 IS
S9447 6o 1610 2)
7 244 48 7 81113
7 4 50 'es monm.
7:8 451 7 25 6
78 4 :f8 8 41 57
S27 158 90 56 1 43
*- 21 484 611 6 2 ,
6- 6 1 5 morn. 3 13
7 26456 15 4 3
7 25 4 56 1 2 4 .7
7 24 459 2 C5 5 55
7 :4 6 0 3 :6 6 57
- .3 1 4 22 '56
7 2;6 3 5 8 3 8 52
726 4 557 9 41
5; l 5 .34 1:8
7 :o 6 0 ri ej i 8
7 i 6 8 6 16 1 45
S8 5 9 17 14e.21
7 175 10 6 16 67
S165 12 9 18 1 80
7 T1511020. 211 4


Heivy figures, i: aon ti, 12 midnight


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t FEBRUARY 1899 *
MOON'5 PHAs15 ELis.Tim. Cent.Time. West.Time.
Lai Qu irter. 3D. 0 h. lm. l hi. a Im. z h. ,- q.
Newi MoonD. D. h. m.. 3 h. 31 m.
Firi Quarter.i; D. 3 h. 2 m. s. h 5: m I h. i m.
Full Moon....2 D. oh. iQ m. h i m. i h ib sn.


Neu-York City,
Pilla..Conu .Nel ietiey ,
Penn .0 Tn .,Tand II..
MHEAN TBTE. I '-
Sun Sun Moon H. W.
iae iLet, rise- N. Y.
S 518 1 '2 zz1147
S7 1o 0 10 orn. ev. 88
Z. B1 "7
S20 o l -
S621 338 1 80
7 6 22 247 8 10
7 5 62 '3 3 52 4 62
7 4515 4 4B 0 1
S36 20 36 7 8
7 2567 6 17 758
15:28 sets 8 42
7 c630 731 920
6 58631 843 1011
6 57582 96310 5:
565111 3 811 40
O 555 6 morn mor
53686 9 30
6 5s637 IL 125
6 5j:68 i2 6 ?
6 49640 3 2 3 25
S43541 3 43 4 2'4
0 46143 4 S" 5 22
i 45644 5 4 c'1:
S441546 5 33 6 5
S4:546 6 q 7 33
6 41 5 18 rise 8 lc
6 7,q69 7 10 8 4
5 38650 8 1 o3
S6 3761 9 160 c


Bol-'ln, New Englind,
Ner..-Y,.rk, M;ch., Wit ,
.lia. and O iegn.
MEAN TIME. j .
Sun Sun Hoon H. '.
r e iS ru~ei Boi:n
7 115 11 25 260
7 13 b 15 morn. 11 36
S712'0 33 42 83
7 I 518 I43 582
7 o10 19 2 6 48
7 6251 3 ,8 760
7 8522 4-53 9 3
7 6523 4 10 6
7 5521 6 o 10o 5
7 4 6 2 ers I 11 1
7 2626 7 81 morn.
7 5928 8 14 31
7 c629 09601 14
6 59630 11 6 i 59
6 571 6 3 1 on.i. 42
6 56533 14 3 32
6 5465356 T 4 :6
6 536586 2 1 5 27
6 5'2688 3 3 6 =7
6 so6 8 3 55 27
6 485 34 8 S5
6 471642 8 9 '4
6 456548 5 3 9 57
6 44646 6 1i o 18
6 41564110 ses t 15
6 41547 7 10 50so
6 394549 8 1ev.26 1
6 38560 918 1 2


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t MARCH 1899 *
MlOOr"' PHASEi.. Exit Time. Cr.t. Time lieli. Tine.
I.~t .ucter 4 1 n. m. 1i m. 9 h. O n.
Ne.. M.0.:n....iD h.5:T.. Ib.8. Uh. j m.
FuI- QunrerjD. IOh. ir. 0b.d im. Ah. 1m.
FullMIMo .' D. i, o01. i r 1.. il 1 :6


Ne.'.-ork Criy.
Fhila..Con... Ne.' e. 6r,, I
Penn .0 il. ,, i fli E
MEAN TI lE. In r 0
In un M..o n H.1
ies 4;e re. N V. -
6 ;55 610 o 3 '.
6 34 5 11 ; ,i Th
632 4 crn. e..1 3 Fr.
6 365 35 111 4 3.
6 ao5o6 Y, 1" 5 S
6 6i 6 I 38 .18 6 NJ

6 : 56n9 4 1," 5 16 8 N'.
6220 0 4 45 6 41 9 Th.
6 2: 6 I In 7 32 0i Fr.
6 11, 2 5 4 8 I 11i 1 Sl.
6 17 3 seLs 0 0 S.
(. ili I N 140 9 13 13 N1.
6 :40 6 i 949 10 ITu.
r. r:6 10 11 1 i
6 rTi 8 1167-nom D T h
6 9i 9 mor. 1 Fr.
6 7610 5 5, 1
6 dlll I 44 1 53 ci S.
6 4 612 2 :, L : ; 51.
6 2 13 3 34" :1 Tu
6 i 6 533 4 4 ` :2 .
5 5q I 4 : 5 7 53 Th
5 58 4 16 4 -k 6 ~. 2.4 Fr
5 561di 4 5' 7 2 'i
5 540i18 8 5 1; 7 36 f- S.
S5: 19 u-ues 5 li .
,13 i20 8 12 8 3 2 8 Tu.
9 49621 9 21 9 35' W
5 476 '22 10*28 ;> o o Th.
5j.1 23 11 3: 3 5 ,gr Fr.


Di.,:j, N. e El gland,
Ilet:.Yolk. M1.ct 1 :..
ioa... a.,d ,regc.n.
PITEAN i 1 B 1
Sun Sun MNon H. 1.
636551 102 I1 43
6 35 G 5 11 32 22
S33 683morr. 8 14
63 Ih ,5 4 41. SI
r 31 ib5 4 4 12
6 36 55 4 5 1a
6 28la566 2 43 680
S6 o 57 34 7 1"
S:55 3; 414 8 4
6 :, 59 4 46 9 t
6 0 0 5 :o 1036
6 :,c6 4911 10
6 18 68 reri morn.
6 i60 6 43 2
S46 5 9 63 45
6 3130 6 10 1 3)
6 I 1 7 .m. : -
6 a 6 0 2 3 r
6 ; 010 1 0 5'
6 6. i 11 49 4 55
6 4 112 i 31 5 54
e 3113 3 8 6 .
6 001 4 17 45
5 51 I 4 5 8 i6
5 57 / I 4 --. a*
- 1 S 14 2 41
-f 4 4 4.
IA Is i4 47
5* ; B 19 It-.i i1 I7

5 4261I 9251o.31
5 46 0 2 108 12
S44 2311 38 2 10




















APRIL 1899
MOON'S PHASES. Eir. Time. Cent. Tnize Wfet. Time.
I.,t Quirter, 3D. 6 n. ? n m. 5 n. 5 m. 4 b. 4.a i.
N ,M- Mo.jn. .iC D. th. ,im oh. :i m .T. II b. '1 t )
Filr: Q carter. ;i D. 6 h. 43 I I h. 1 m. Ih. (U m.
Full M.:.anr D. lh..1di I h.Sm h. m.
Nen-.. r ClE). Bu:,.: n. New' England.
Phill.,Conn..Ne- J;i"ev, ,.- .-. rk, Mich Vb.. %i% ,
Pe'n .0 Ihi ..,nl ill 2 ... i.and lregor..
MBEN rifn.. [ r C MEAN 'IlJIE
. n Sun :loon H U' Sn Sn MI.on H 1\. *
e. s ri-s.U N V. -- ie: sec re Bont'
5 4621 mrn. ev I S..s Linorn. 3 4
S42 021 32 1 3 2 5 41 657 37 4 1
,; r 2 T 2 2 9 3 1. 40028 .28 5 11
5 30 8 4 Tu 5 36 29 2 2 0'200
537, 2! 2 4 1 5 '.5 3680 2'4 724
66 380 3 i 23 6 Th.j ,601 31 I 8 6
S34631 134 017 Fr.5 3 f2 3 48 910
5 33 032 4 1 7 8 S1. 3d638 4 5 10 8
5 31t33 4 45 7 1; 9 S. 303-14 4431U53
; ol4 set 8e M. 5 :6530 sers II 31
5 8 66 : s 3l 09 1 Ii Tu 5 2637 8 30 morn.
811 941 10 4 12 W. 5 25688 946 19
:5037 1080 10 10 3 Th. 5 :3030 1016 d
5 :03 I1I 11B 36 14 Fr. 52 640114 1 2 2
S;030 rm.jrn. morn i Sa :o641 morn 2 o
S:o040 :0 2, o S. 84l)12 25 3 9
S Il I o x ui M. 60 13 1 4 4 21
S7I12 1 33 2 13 16 Tu.5 15 16 i 137 5 I5
s, 43. 2 3 1 9 W. 5 130 46 -0 6 6 9
40144 2;3 3 58 :2- Th 5 12017 2 30 7 I
3 411 i31 2 4 47 2! Fr 5 oO ll I 53 7 f'
,5 OA160 3 l 4 6 5 34 04f 3 io8 8 3"
i o04 341 0: 3 8 7050 3 40 9 22
S846 4 4 24 M. 6t51 4 51' 6
S709 1 U ses 7 40 25 Tu. 5 41052 rie to i 51
66 FU 8 16 8" 206 ,a i W 165 820 1 33
40651 923 q 1o 2 Th.5 055 O92Sev.l8
S 3 562 10 260 r, 8 Fr o6 fiiIt81 1
2l 6 I 11 2 o 51 29 S1 4 5; 67 11 *2 4* 3
So 65 iom. I '3 30 S8 4 5 8S morn. 2 a i


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MAY 1899 E
MOON'S PHAKES. Et. Tim-,. Crit. T.me. Wlesr.TI,,e.
i.t QuIncer D. ,hh I lA m ri. m im.
Neh' Mci c .' E* h h. i1m. I, h. 34 m. l.h. 8..
Fir:.Ou~rer i.. D. Oh 18b m. ih. iam. ,oh lid.
F i .I1.:.on. .,D. ch. S m. II b. l9(.41 I0 b. U(11J
a1t Ouarter i D. Alr him. 4 61m. 8h. h m.


Nem.-;Y ric CIe,.
Phi ..-- nll.. e.. feietr ,
Pear. I.n ..., .il ii
IBAN TITIE. |I _
S. S u in Mrlon H W.
mei eso' rngei N. V
4u1606 61e.65'
k4 108 57 4-4 1 :1
4 6'5 68 ir x. 5 66
4 S5 ,fill 4 ,9 867
4 54 0U ; 7 168
4 57 I : .14 6 47
4 5 1-7 2 3 15 63
4 51 8 3 47 7 2 I
4 49 7 4 4 S, 811
4 48 7 5 ;eC r S 560
4477 7 0 11 0 I2
4 467 7 1012 10 21i
4 45 7 10 l h II 1
4 447 911 31 11 86
4 4- 7 10 mrn. morm.
44 7 19 it ;
4 4j07 13 i
4 op 1 i .I i 3 5
,9 i 4- -, :-E
I 3,16 142 : 1
4 387 1 a 7 4 4
4 37 17 3; 5 4
4 307 IS 18 1 6 3

4 3 720 ri7ea 8 c8
4 34 20 9 12 1
4 347110 3 o
4 3 : 2 1044 10 :47
4 37 2311I 1 1 4
14 3 l2811 52.s.8
S4 3 21momr. 188


B.icon.. Ne lEi ngland,
Ne.e*-xork, ,ich,.. W,a..
io.ra sld Oregon
MEAN T-IME. |
5.I1 Su M..oor H. W. .
r.e: le rliea BoL'a
4 6 7 0 1, 3 63
4 547 1 48 45 ,
4 53 7 2 2 :: 57
4 Sr 7 so 7 0
4 5! 7 42 1 757
4 47 5 43 8 60
4 487 0 3 3- 0 40
4-47 7 34410 30
4 467 8 4 '11 16
4 44 7 9 sers I1 5~
4 43710 92n9mrnm.
S4: 7 11 10 18 44
4 41 712 11 0 130
4 4071 11 35 2 i
4 39 7 11 mom.
4 38715 344
4 37 710 3 4 30
4 3 17 5F 5 ,:
4 35718 1 13 6 o
4 341 7 19 17 i
4 33720 2 5 3
4 3:71 232 8 44
4 3r 729 3 3 9 34
4 379 342 1 4
4 30 7 21 Ie. 11 15
4 :,37096 917ev. O
4 7 21 10 8 59
4 287 27 1048 1 58
4 2 7 79 SII 4 241
4 7 7281168 83 7 7
4 6, 7 '291mom. 8 33



















JUNE 1899 *
MOON'S PHASES. ESL. Time. CeDI Time. %eat. Time.
New M' on... D i. o m. oh. o. 11 b.0
Fir.L Qurter.in D. 41n 46 m. 3h. 461. Ia. l. mi.
Full Moon ... .3 om h. sam. 7 h. i m.
LatQu ner. D. II h. m. Oh. 4lm. 0 h. 4bm.


Ne-Y'olk City.
Phild .Cc.n,,.,New Jriev,
Pe.nn.O., lInd..a I.d i.
MEAN TB. I H.
S Sua Muon H. W
ri'ei setl rises N. Y.
4 3127 21 21 2 29
4 407 25 48 3 2
I 3o07: 1 I 'I, 1 2
4 3.7 20 1 e4 5 2
1 : 727 2 a0l I0
4 :c,728 3 0 7 d
4 ;972 3 46 765t
4 c 17 20 sets 8 87
4287 30 8 622 921
4 s1780 929110 4
4 :873110 I21041
4 :8781 10831111 20
4 :8732 1050 60morn
4 :878211 21 1
4 8732 1141 45
4 8 7 83 morn.I :
4 87338 82 i
4 28788 34 3 rc
428784 I 4 4
4797 31 9 5 7
4 978il 2 3 6 e
4 :g781 3 06 7 t
S2 7 81 rUes 7 5
1 :973 8319 8 53
4307 85 9 19 95
I :7 85 065 5 o Wv
S3 7 85 1028 i '
4 317:5 1061 ev.1
S4 T 3851121 1 4
4 32 78511 50 1 57


Boston. tNei Fngeld,
NeI. 'Yok, Mlc .tS, W ,
I :, iatd Olegon.
MEAN TIME. | .
Sun iun Moo n H.W.
L.ie seL rid:S Bc.:t'n
4 5 730 5 31 ,
4 ; 780 47 6 28
4 25731 i 15 7 26
4 24 7 82 45 826
4 4 7832 2 7 0 17
4 24 788 2 4510 8
4 ;3738 3 41 1060
4 :37 34 'es 11 42
4 :3735 8 6 mom.
4 3730 9 31 .3
4 22 78010 i 6
1 2 77 1088 147
4 22787 1058 226
4 :27881121 3 6
4 788 11 44 3 46
4 :-7 38 mom. 4 30
4 :2789 5 19
4 22 7 89 32 6 1
4 -278 9 o 7 9
4 23240 1 35 8 o
4 23740 2 18 a 8
4 2; 7 40 3 ii s 8
4 .3740 nses i 2v
4 23740 844 ii 5
+ 24741 928ev.47
4 24741 956 188
4 247 11 1021 227
4 25740 1051 811
4 57 1011 19 4 6 5
4 2674011 17 469



















4 JULY + 1899 *
MOON PHASE. Eti Time. Cet. Time. ie '.Time
Ner .Mco .. D 7 t. 3 I. n, 2 h 81 m. I h.BI rm.
Furt Quarer i D b. 6bi m. I .. O0 rt. 4 b. 6 m.
Full Mc,..o %D. 4h. lm 3h.l lm 2 b. lm.
Lias Qlurer .o D. h. r.,. h 4m 5 h 1m.


Ne..-Ycrt CVIrl,
Ph.i.,Con.2 ...Ner ferw e
Penn .u in.l., ,l I
MBAN TrllE. I 8_ 8
Sun Sr. M:.PO H..
: ri es N. -
4 ?i 7 35 morn. i 6155 1 a.
1 3 27 35 24 868 S.
4 37 3 1 o 465 3 M.
4 33 31 43 554 4 Tu.
4 34734 v i 10 47 WN
4 3I731 3 7 32 F Th.
4 3578 42 42 8 13 Fr.
4 367 83. e S 67 8 Sa.
4 377 3 833 035 9 S.
4 3 '? 69510) 11 1 Ni.
438782 9O 21047 T Tu.
4 3' 71 947 11 i 2, 12 .
4 3 31 1010morn 13 Th
4 4-730 10311 14 Fr
.I 4 78U I11 8 4; r -
S4427: 11801 i6 i 16 S.
4 43 7 01 mom. r 3 17 M.
444 21 14 ? 3: It Tu
4I 447I 2 7 4r 3.) 9 %V
4 4 20 o 5 47 : h.
4 40 7 2l 3 8 6 ;,o Fr.
4 477 2 rise: 7 4 ? Sa.-
4 48721 7 61 8 ,; :3 S.
448 4 7 2 93 o 4 1.
4 49 7 ;.1 i58 1 i? o Tu
4 5o7 2! 923 io 5 : 6 W.
4 5 7 1 96:3 ,, 452' Th
4 5: 720U 10 1ev.8. :8 Fr
4 5371911 1 182 : Su.
s447 181142 2 80 .
4 55 7 17 morn 8 31 31 .


BoilEci, re" Englrjnd.
ete.-.YV rlk, flich., .' .
io,,. and Otegoa.
MIEAN TI715
Sun Sun bloon H. W.
i, l-u riei B. o: n
4 267 40 morn. 56
4 -. 7 40 20 7 I1
4 740 '6 59
42 740 1 38 8 6
4 2039 z26 949
4 :789 3 20 037
4 3739 4 1511 19
4 3-7 88 se r 11 59
4 3 7 38 3 morn.
4 3 7 88 9 I 37
4 ; 37 9 6 r 14
1 3387 9 4 1 '
4 3478 110 9
4 3 7311 1081 3 6
4 3673511 0 3 4
4 373411 82 4 77
4 7 34 mom 533
43* 38 0 h 34
4 39 72 56 7 42
S4c781 4 8
34 i54 8 !'
4 4 30 3 3 9"
4 47 30 n-es i. c,5
4+ 4379 7 61 4:
4 44 8 8 le. 30
4. 407"0 926 1 2 3
4 4 '-. 960 4
4 47 21 10 2 87
4 49 73105; 488
4 .722 11 7 6 32
4 j1 7 21 morn. 6 33


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AUGUST 1899 *
MTOON's PHASE: Eia. Time. Cea .Tr.e. Wi'.t. Tiie.
New l-u:,n, b. i46m. 5 h. 4g. 4 h. 48m.
F.i : Quarter.4D. 6 '. iW m f. n 54. .i 4 -. 54 m.
Ful Moon...za.D. Ilh. m. I. 45 m. 0h.l Im.
L.at O lQ er.r- D. f1t .7 i, h. fil h. .. .


Ne.-.loik CIt.
Phla"..Conu.,Nea Jersey,
P-r.n.,O., Ind., .dr ill. 2
MEAN TIE. I '. '


4 567 16 2.i 1 31 Tu.
4 87 13 2T 05 3 Th
j4 5r7 12 3 13 7 10 4 Fr.
i. 11 7 i7 1 5 Sa.
1 7 10 sers 820 6 S.
:7 9 7 20 4 7 M.
57 7 7 63 9 0 8 Tu.
5 7 0 1 10 14 9 VW.
5 57 5 541 1047 o 0Th
S7 4 9 01127 i Fr
S77 2 9 87 inr. 51 St.
S7 1011 3 S.
i 9 01052 i I 14 1.
i t, 5 1 11 45 2 1 Tu.
I 67 morn. 3 10 '
12 fib V4 4 :i 7 Tb.
5 i30j l i 5, 5 31 8 fr.
14153 33 634'9 Sa.
1561 4 30 7 29.0" S.
1. 6 650 rise; 8 14 -:I hl.
S70648 7T 22 9 4 Tu.
i047 758 9 493 '.
1045 821 1o 3 24 Th
.o44 19 I L 12 ?s5 Fr.
.u04. 140cr 1I -6 Si
5 8:911 16 2 11 8 M.
3 637 morn. 3 7 2 j Tu.
S-4 0306 7 31 ".
5031 6 3 Th.


Bcltor., Ne- 'England,
Nc .Yok, Mih, M ,ich.' -i..
iihK i. an.d Oregon
.11EA1 TillE. I
5un Sun M.on H. W.
ir.e Jrm n:ea Bc.St'r
4 '1 *720O 23 737
4 53718 14 8.35
4 5471; -2 o 91*7
4 55716 3 ll013
4 5,7 15 4 i811065
4514 '1e1 I. Ii 1 1
4 s5 7 12 .30 morn.
4 597 11 7531 5
5 o710 8 I 42
5 i7 8 8 39 1-
5 27 7 1) 3 i 53
5, 37 10 938 ,
5 47 .1 10 7 3
75 7 3104; 4 6
5 67 11189 5 3
5 77 Omoam. 6 12
5 86581 4 : 4
5 o1157 I i 8 34
15 iz 6 3 8 9 36
5 1065 1 4 28 1o 33
5 13062 ri.e- ii 2t
5 140.1 7 21 er.
S15 5649 751 1
5 c 064 8 21 127
5 17140 857 2 22
5 80 14 9 3i 8 13
5 ig431020 1 7
5 -0641 1110 5 S
5 z: 6 3llmom. 6 9
5 : US 6 7 10
5 23086 i : 8 8


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SEPTEMBER 1899 *
MOON'S PrHASEs. E-L. Tme. Cent.Time. Wealt.'Time.
Ne- M.ojn...4 D IOb. 88 9h.allm. 6h.8m.
Firll.uarteor.iz I lIm. 8 0 m. 2 10 m.
Fill Q .co er. h;D. 7h. 1m. 6 b. 3 m. 5h. 31 m.
L t 6 uarteri.6D. ;:.b. ba. h. smr. b. am.


New.York Clt,
PhIlia..Con, .rNe jersey, C .

BAN T.rlE. .
,n Sun.1 Mron H. W.
Se .- rtLe: N. Y. -
5 6633 2 4 6 65 1 Fr.
5 2;81 3 4 640 Sa.
5 28 29 4 7 19 3 S.
29 6 28 4 5? 754 + M.
30 26 6t 2 829 5 Tu.
5, 31025 64 7 i VW.
' 3228 7 11 9 42 7 Th
5 3361 4010 19 8 Fr.
534620 81411 1 Sn,
5 351181 85011 49 o 8.
5 36016 40Imorn Ii M.
S370110356 4- I Tu.
S3e 0 13 I 40 T 46 W3 .
S406 9 51 4 14 i5 Fr.
S416 # 3 5 I 6 I .
,; 6 6 3 :o 6 : S.
5 430 4 I37 7 1M 1.
5 44 3 riej 7 I;,0 Tu.
3 4 1 6 21 8 37 0 w.
5 46 55 6560 o 3 2 Th
5 475 7 85 o i0 9 Fr.
5 4856b 8 20 o 15523 Sa
5 4955 0 10 ;1 47 :4 B.
SS653 10 4ev. 12 :5 M
5 5 165 0 1 9 26 Tu.
5 5 6 50 11 8 23: 27 W.
5 5 48morn. 8 28, Th.
5 5460 56 4I 269 Fr.
5 544 55 516 1 Sa.


B.-l on. Ne England.
Neo..; c.k, Mich., W.,..
Ilowa. d COegon
FLEAN TIME. 1-
1o Sun Moon H.W.
ie.s reTs rlea Bot 'a
S24 618 ; 0 8657
5 :6 138 3 1 042
5 2-081 4 0 10i3
5 280 2 4 5811 0
5 :9628 l il 11 84
5 302 6t morn.
531 02 7 0 8
S32022 786 44
5 63021 8 10 1 3
5 34 619 84 6
5 3, 6 17 931 5p
5 3661 100 3 4S
5 376 14111 4 47
5 38 12 morn. 5 56
5390 10 46 7
S406 8 2 8 14
5416 7 3 18 9 14
5 430 5 4 36 To 8
5 .44 8 ri:e. lo E,6
5 4511 1 6 191 1 42
5466 0 653 ev. 2
5 475658 7 31 1 12
548556 810 2 1
549651 9 5 250
So 6 6 059 8 48
5 56 651 10 6 4 38
5 553 I4911 54 5 :3
5 53 547 morr. 88
S546 53 29 1f
5 5'6544 I 53 8 19





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S OCTOBER 1899 *
MOON'5 PHASES. ESL. Time Cer. Time. Vles.Time.
rjcn Moon... D. *2h.14 m. I b.IIm. 0h. .
Fir.tQuanrer iD. rh. 9m.. oh. n 11b D([
F l M -oo ...n... b m. I b. I m. 4m.
L-t Oarter. D. jh .o m. h. hlm. h. 4am.


Ne.-York CImI,
Pi-l .,C i.n|.,Ne. frcCe .
Pe-n .0.. Ind.,and 111
MBAN TIME. I "
Sun Sun M.:oa H. %.
ries set rise. N. Y.
5 56513 53 6 1
5 57641 3: 5r 048
5 58539 4 49 71
S59588 5 49 758
66 o58 sees 880
6 25856 14 1Old
6 2583 06 110 1
6 3531 7 8 10 45
6 480 8 32 11 5
6 h5 8 9 3 morn.
6 7l27 1088 32
8 525 11 40 1 3
6 o.3 '3 morn .: 37
610o522 1 2 3 44
6 :ii 0 2 16 447
6 121. 3 21 5 45
'3517 44 2 6 3.
0 14516 5 53 2'
15 14l riser 8 io
6 o6 13 0 12 g9
o 852 I 7 0 94 4
S19510 756.3o1 3.1
6 6 :0 9 850 i 23
6 ? 5 7 046ev. 1
S22 5 6 10 0 1 6
S235 11.44 1 57
S245 8 morn 2 19
o =S6 2 43 840
6o :7 1 1 4 430
6 8459 ; 43 610
S.-9 458 3 38 0 2


Boslon. Nen England.
Ne Yoik h llic Wi .
l.-j. old Oiegon.
MEAN 7ITE. | K .
Sun Sun Moan H. W.
rises ses rieij BSoas f'
5 57642 "' 52 8 1
5 56540 3 51 9 46
5 )958 44910256
6 o537 5 5111 4
6 i 5 85 iei II II.
6 633 U I mor.
6 3682 650 18
6 45 80 738 3
6 652 8 26 i1
6 75127 7 239
6 852 1035 33
6 952311101 4 3
6 io 5 22 morn. 5 4o
6 1b> 20 i o 6 47
6 13519 2 15 7 5'
6 14 517 3 2 8 48
6 56515 4 43 9 4
6 z6514 555 j 3
6 17512 rri es Ir
6 865 11 0 7ev. 3
( :a5 9 035 61
6 iz56 6 7 47 1
6 :25 6 844 2 29
6 :3 5 6 12 3 11
6 :45 8 1042 1 7
6 265 2 141 41 59
6 275 Io11nIl. d31
6 286 14 41 648
6 :9-467 140 7 38
6 31 457 43 8 19
6 32'155 3 40 4


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S NOVEMBER 1899 *
MOOrJ PHAses. Eir. Time. Cent. Time. W e.Time.
NerMlejan. 30. sh.:Lim. jh.:*sm 5n rem.
FlinlQujnrrtiei r o. n. sm. h 3m. in 6h. jm .
Full Moon ..i D. 0. g m. m 4h i m. 3h. 18m.
Lu rQujnrer .: D. i n pr m. G r 1. rr 11 h I li 2


Neiw.Yurk Ct).
Pnihl..Connll ,Pier leier,
Penn ,0.. In .nd IlI.
LHAN in-TE. I "
S "n Sun M.ln H. \V.
riis 'eri ri.;o N. V.

6 31 50 5 7 80
6 34158 1 i 58
6 .5452 74 .1 5
6 -6431 725 1082
6 37 10 6 8 11 1
6 .8 49 9 1 morn
6 448 1053 2i
6 4 147 mo. n o
6 4: 441 4 -
6 43115 I l 3 1
4C 14 1 1 24 4 6
6 4 448 3 3 5 16
6 44 t'2 4 4 6 i ;
S4i 1 11 5 5 7
0 49 1 10 t) e 7 t1
6 5 1 89 6 10 3 4
6 5r 430 3 0 o :
6 5.3 1 39 7 31 o ;4
f '4483 88-3 1o 0
6 5',4; 7 9033 1 4:
6 5c 4 36 10 32ev. 27
SS7 I 3O11 80 113
6 59 4 .i morr I 6l|
6 4 345 2 2 48
- 9435 25 : 18
7 44 2 130
4BI 3l 5f 2
4431 4 4 30 41


B)ioln. Ne L England.
No'-orkl. M.tlh N 'l! ,
ieon. nra Oregen.
0 BAN TilI I o .
Sun Sun Mlour. H. '.
rl:- ets Ti lies Bo.t'n
W. 6 I 4 42 9- 4 .
Th 6 3 453 5 45104131
Fr 6 36451 5 11 15
51 o J|1B aer' j IIb 0
S 6 3 450i seN ~ 12 0
S. 6 3 4 10 6 2 morn.
M. 6 448 720 48
Tu 6I 4 1147 6 '27 1 38
W.6 4 1 45 088 2 30
h.6 43444 1050 3 :3
Fr 6444 1 Mom. 4 :0
Sa. 646 44 5 1
647 441 i4 6o i
M. 6484 10 2 c, 7-
Tu.6 4989 3 37 8 T'
W. 6 5 1 39 4 41 9 1
Th 6 5:43h 6 oio -
Fr. 6 53 1 87 r.es io t7
S! 6 54 436 lJ 81i 43
S. 6 b4 36 031 ev. 31
M.16 5 318 7 20 117
Tu. 6 581I l1 6 009 2 3
W. 1 43:1 9 3010 2 45
Th. o 48 1080 8O2
Fr.7 :13 I I 29 4 14
S'. 7 3 13 monr. 5 1
S. 7 4131 27 6 0
l. 7 5180 i ti t l4
Tu. 6430 2- 733
S7 7430 3 30 8"
Th. 7 829 4 31 9 15



















4 DECEMBER 1899 *
PIOUN 5 PHASES. Eit. Time. Cent.1 .me. We.t.Tlme.
New; Mc ..... ,7h. lm. 0Ch. 4 m. h.47 m.
Fir:i Q riner.. D. I h. 2 m. 3 ,. J m. 2h. m.
ri.U M .,i:,or i6D. 6 h. R m. 7 1 m. h. m.
Lat Quarer.:c D. I1f h. 57 ff. 9 h. 57 r. h. 7 ,m.


[Jew- -rI: C.cy.
Phdi..Con, .New [er7ie. G
Pe.,r..O.. Ir.r. nd lt 1I
r.IEAN TIr B. I ;-
Sur Sun Moon H. W.
rini; icLS nLi5 c N -
5s81 37 7
7 64383 6 34 751 2
738 sets 848
8 :1 28 981 4
S? 1 32 7 :11 10 '
S: 48*2 848112 I 6
Sr432 9 5f murn 7
1 482 11 0 4
- 3 438 imom. 56 9
- 4 1 82 16 i 52 o
7 r182 I :-6 or 5 I1

6 4 4 50 50 I 1
,1- 433 54 6 4 S 5
13 4 I3 1e 7 34 1
Si4 31 65 0 8 ;c.
7 4 31 011 O 7 :8
,13I 7 21 Q 50 9
7 4 3 8 20 10o 29 3
2, 485 1 19I 7 1
:1 48 10 11 1 22
S.2187 11 13ev.28 -3
22437 nc.n II I I
3480 1 IC' 29 3
.3 139 13 8 14 7
1 40 1 44 28
4 O 422 641 :.
2r 441 d 2 n 12 430
41442 66 7 85 3r3


Potori, Ne-" 'nglind.
a Newn-VIk Mich., Wi..
ioa. 0niJ Oregon.
I MEAN T1410. 1 6
c -------
Sun Sun M[ on H. W.
rres sets rnie. Bot '
Fr. 7o1 2 5 4110) 7
Sa 7 z429 6 471067
S. I 428 seeI se 11 461
-. i4 2 8 109 mrn.
Tu. 4428 726 36
%W 5 42S 840 6 ;o
Th.7 16428 063 2
Fr 7174 II 5 3
S;. 47 428mo. 3 7o
S. 4 8 16 4 54
NI. 42 27 5 5?
Tu. 7:o128 2 37 6
W.-7 211 340 7 55
Th 7 -:428 4 54 8 5;
Fr 7 2I29 5 58 9 47
S-. 273 4 2f rises to 39
8. 7 24429 51561 :6
51.7 :4429 6 lle. 8
Tu. 7 5430 717 52
W. 7 26 180 8 17 1 ns
Th.7 26131 917 2 12
Fr.7 6181 10 16 50
S-.7 2 432 11 18 330
S. 727132 om. 4 12
N1. 7 2438 rT 459
Tu. 7 :848 il 561
. 7 -484 : 6 17
Th.7 :485 I3 v 7 14
Fr. 729 4 4 2 847
Sa 7 2r,437 5 32 9510
8. 7 30 17 6 3110 30


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DOMESTIC POSTAGE.
FIRST CLASS-.-eterie and all written matter. -bether
sealed or uni~eled, ard aU arner matter sealed, nailed.
seed, tied, or latierniets -any manner, -c that icanno be
easily examined, two cenrt perounce or frici on there.
of. A "Special Delivery tescent itamp, = hen attached
to a letter in addition to the laul poiLge, shall entitle
tLnelerter to immediate delivery at. or witrlin one mile of.
any po-.t oiice. Porcalc c d-i, recent eich; with pxdreply.
two Cen~o each.
SECOND CLA55.-A I egiolarne paper.irragazines and
alher peridlic-ls iuued at internal not exceeding three
moLths, the po:rige i one cent for each four ounces.
pasable by po;ge 2 ftampt.
T I R CLAIs.-- E mbria )prlntd books, ponphlets.
cilculari.en-ririagi lithobrpnr., prooi-heeu and masu.
icrapt ic.:.impinying Itre .ame, and all naUieroi Lhe E me
general character, and Git hlavl.n the character ot personal
correspondence. Cirlular pr.d.uced by bektograph ot
tiatlar pro:e. a. or bv elecrr; pen, are rated ar third class .
The limit ,:.i eigrEt r minul maittrof the third clar s four
p.inds. except in the ca-e o tingle bh.okL exceeding that
weight. The rate oif prjage on mul matter of the thira
clun Ia one cent, for each two ounces or fraction
thereof.
FOURTH CLASF.-All miflable smarter no~ Included In
thetheeprecedring clazI :eaw;ichir ;o prepared iormallig
astbo be ely laen io'm the wrapper and eisimmed. Rate,
one cane per ounce or tIracuioa there. except freed-,
tooL, cutings. bult.. phlnrs and ,cions, which ae i cenr
per r woounce.:. Limitof i--rlghb, lbs. Fullprepayment
corapuloary. Liquid, and c ter like I ruriuc. matter, nat
admitted, e-cept sader conditions bhch imay be learned
Sany po-t-omce.
Direct yur mid miller to a p.:.t.olEce. writing the name
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T hl will Iniuae IL immediate return to 5au forcornaenoa.
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5$r., is cenU;: $5 to $o. 2n cerai : $60 is $; a5 centi; $:5
t otoo, aacenu.

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FOREIGN POSTAGE.
To all Foreign Countries (except Canada and Mexico);
On Liters, five cents for each half ounce or fra.
tnon hereo--prepayment cpuonal. Doable roles are col.
elected on delbsery o unpaid cr shor-paid letters.
On nnewrpaper. books pomphlms. phctograpas, sheet
muji:, map.. egnr rings, and s;ilar printed matter, one
cent ifr each two ounces or frI-do t hereof.
To CANADA (lncludin Nova Scotia. New Bruns-ick,
MNjatbi, and Prince Edward Illandh: LETTERS. two
cents for each ounce or irancon thereof. Bo Ik. Cir
iulirS, iAd E lami s pnrnt-d matter, onecent for each two
ounces or traction thereo, SECOND CLTASe MATTi. ..
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i mbr be paid at leaIz 2 centi'; MERCHANDISE. onie cent
per ounce. Package must nor exceed 4 In0. 6 on. .n
seieght- prepaymentcompuLsory. Noj;eaedpackgesotlher
Lna letters In their usuil and ordinary form may be cent by
miil to Canada.
TO MEXICO. Letters, Poicsl Cards, and printed matter,
-mine rates a. in the Unnied States. SAMPLES. one Cent
per two ounces: M.ERCELs INDIS c hr than Samplescan
only be sent by Parcel Po.t. No seal'e packages other than
letters n their usual and ordinary otrm may be entt by mnld
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LltMTE OF SLZE AND WEIGHT: Paclages0 of samples of
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6,, c.,.. nor measure more than r, in. In length. a in
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ir.h[t not exceed 4 Itb. 6 ocz. Pack ages of merchandise sam-
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limited to i. In length and r ft. In e.ch other dimenlion.
INTERNATIONAL OR FOREIGN MONEY-RDEBR PEE?.
On H joeyOrders payable in foreign countries the ollonring
lee- are charged:
For Orders ior sum: oD $i or le.;.................. cents.
Oier $ioand not excedijng I4r ...................centE.
ver aand n ot exceediag 30 .... ........ .cents.
Cirer 3,and not e'ceeriieag 4 ....... .... ...40 cents.
uJer ao and not exceeding ... .......... ccnti.
Over oanad not exceeding ................ cents.
'cer bo and not exceeding .............. cents.
i.er ,nd notexceeding 0o ............. cents.
('er andd nt exceed.ig 9o ............go cents. v
*''.er o and not exceeding 10o.... .................. oo.






















INTEREST TABLES.


.1 0 2 12 34 4 5 0 7 0. 07

6" 246 81 14 i6 iS 201 1 2.00 20.00
I r. 2 81321 6 236 40 4.0.o
VR. 4 8 ia i6 2 |s-'4 = y 3,6 4o3 I..o2 40.0,


6,/0
4 DA
8 "
12
6
1 MO.
2
f3 "
I YR.


2 3
345
5 68
9 S'5
i8 24 3


$1o000
67
T-33
2.00
2.67
5.00
r~o.co
Io oo
30.00
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S" 8I N89 2 o8 '208 .8 8
SE s oo ooS! q oo vgSo 88


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N r c o -m m ao r d 0 d M o
-i 88s28ss ,8i 8 &88 8
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PRINCIPAL COUNTRIES OF
THE WORLD.


COUNTRY.

Briti.b Empire........
Chbnese Empuire ......
Ruiia'n Empire....
L'ied Scales .......
German Empire.......
AusCri-Hungary...

G't Bririln and Llelnnd
TMexic ...............
G't Brirtiinnd Laelncd

Ter e ........ .....


SpRumn ..........
Bra i...... .........

nMeaico...
Mrenio..............
CEyp.... ..........
Norway .d S. d.t. .


Morocia.............
eece ............


RDemark ..... .....

Caneeda .............
Portr l ....... ......
Ab y ,'i.ma.............


cne Repolic ...




Ecjuadoi..........
leria....... ...
SPotoRio..........
Greece ......... ..
Deamark u ............
Ven Lucla .............
Se icar ....... .... .
Cuba ....... ...
Gunemall ...... ..
Ecuador..........
U ena............
Porto Rico .... ...



Hondurs.

Costa Rta.. .
HB-ali...........


qri.re



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0.Bo,6O

34.48,
1.3-.





46.1,3.



3.64,7690
34.-0


33,.4000
1131.550





24.9 ,



4 1.400





,9.830

42.65B
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6,167
^OO.Ogj
098,9']
J14.00G


Popula-


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3.,40.;.56 9
336i.5s9,e 5


ujb632.gr
r.74.6.39



4.774 .4o
2,66-.j.90










3.70,000
2.00.306
1.3O3c,OO






;.40,l000





433 1,07
1,40;,000






2r3.'85
BC~ p


Capital.


arblndn.

Berlino.

Tok;o
Prinna.
London.
Cooscoa'ople.
Rome.
Madrid.

Mexico.
Teheran.
Cairo.
Stockholm.
Morocco.
Brussels.
BangkLk.
B chearet.
Ottawa.
Lnt boo.
M ogdal.
The Hague.
BuenosAyres.
Bogota.
Lima.
Berne.
San ago.
La Paz.
Athens.
Copenhagen.
C-racas.
Belgrade.
Havana.
N.Guatemala.
Ouiio.
Monrovii.
San Juan.
Monteradeo.
San Silvador.
P'l au Prince.
Asuncion.
Tegucigalpa.
N.caragua.
San Jose.
Honolulu.


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STATES AND TERRITORIES.

STATES AND S.uare When Ad- Populat'n lec'l
TERRITORIES. Mles Serled. tmied. in r8p. Vote.
Alabama........ 52,.50 Vr7 riq I .565.ooo 7n
A.l nsas........ 57,&0 I16 T3 1,195.00o 8
Califtornia... .15361-', 179
Colorado ..... 1035 X. 8;6 4;,,'o 4
Cooctrt..... 4.4o 5 635 '78q 776.ooci 6
Delaware...... 2,o Ifr6j i.s87 173,.0- 3
Florida.......... 58,t.o Io ; 4o.coj 4
Georgia......... 59,475 7733 r78) r8.o r3
Id ho ........... 4,80, boo 189o Joo.IDU 5
IlUinois...... 5,'o50 i68 818 3.90 5,o 24
SIndiani ......... 36,350 rtoa -86 2,234 .u .5
Ioa............ 5P.o05 I -8 .6I 1.g64.oo0o 3
a Kansas.... ... -2,c&., 17g19 66 1,4o.0oo o .o
Kentucky....... o.400 r 8 17g02 ,881.000 r3
Louisiana...... (4.2o 16, r8U. 1,s6.,ooo 8
iMane ......... 33,040 1635 8o 604,0 6
Maryland....... .lI 1 4 9 1,,.0 8
Masacb nsert.. 8,315 Ioo 17'9 ., 53o 5
Michigan........ 58,95 6;. 183- ',r86,ooo 14
Mllne.~ota........ 8365 8,9 7856 L,48,o00 g
MM sLssippl4..... 4,,810 1716 r? 1,3726.000 9
ML"4our. ....... 6,4 e6 790.00o U7
Montana.. ..... x6,c080 I8 = I,89 160o,10 3
Nebraska ...... 77,510 r 854 r 1,5.o 8
Nevada.......... r ,.o I 4 864 4.Mo 3
New Hampsh re. 930 r63 1789 36,0oo0 4
New Jersey...... 7,81J r g 1.5200 o
New.Yok ...... 4qro 1614 j784 6,Ioo 36
Nprth Carolina 52,50 a6L i-9 1,660,000 if
Nbrth Dakota... 61,6.5 .... 89., 223.o00 3
Ohio............ 4J.0o0 1788 i8o 3,7,70000 23
Oregon ......... 9600 io r .85 35 4
Pesylvania .. .45,25 r8 5-89 5.490,0o 32
Rhode faand ... i,2. x636 17- 360,0 4
South Carolina.. 30,5)o r6.) zo I,t8ioCo 9
South Dakota. 79,800 .... re6 3 8,,oo 4
Tennessee....... Jl2,, 1750 796 1,78~g000
Texas......... irs.*o 685 z85 2.3,77.0o 15
Veont ........ 9565 .1724 791 333." 4
Virginia......... 4I.,40o "7 1789 1,5.00
Washington..... 69.80 i 8 188 4J.oo 4
We.t Virinia ,8 16 1863 784,o00 6
Wiscon n.... 6... 64, 1669 1847 z.77.0oo0 a
Wyo g...... 8o .oo g
Utah............ .o 1817 r6S6 04 ,oHo 3
Aliska Ter.. rr9 174,.. ... 4.
Arlzo.a .. 13,o2o 63... .....
lodian .. MV4.609 ..4 .. o ..2
New Mexico" .. 'l ,58o ,I&2 I. .... 6 .0
Ol.aho.ma .. 3r,450 .... .... .. 3,o.0,
























PRINCIPAL CITIES.
POPULATION. DISTANCE PROM NEW-YORK, AND DIPF
PERENCE BETWEEN MEAN AND STANDARD TIME.

Stan.Time
CiTIES. PCpul itoDo iles Hour I Mean
9o. + + Time.
Ne=-York. N.Y. ... s,37.8- .. ... 4 m.
Chicago, 8,-6 oa1 24. a
Philadelphia. Pa.... i.044.1.4 9o 2. -
St. Loui. Mo.......... 45? 45 o.5 29..4- +
BOst'O l S ....... 44r,:,-, 3 e. ]4
B05'ro ,0. 443,1347 024 F. 10
Balctimore. Md .... .41.5J rT8 .og + 6
SSan Fr.nciico. Cal.. -0 .9 ay 100.1 io
Ciocino 'n. Ohio...... 39 7 ;i.io a
Cleveland, Ohio ..... Zr.-46 P5 .l +27
BuRfilo. N. V... ...... 24.5 440 8.2r + 16
Ner Orlezr. La...... 1241-.5 13r o
SPirtsbrgn. P... ... 234.3 44 a. + an
WahingrrTn, D.C... sAid aa a- +
Detroil. Mich ..... ... o-,66d 6j6 1s; 28
Milwaukee, Wi 3 ....... .. i:.ic 7.1 6
Ne..rk. N. I.. 8r,ri ir. .3 3
MiJi.nepolls. lin .. rc.4,"6 i;2 +- I
Lou .lele, Ky........ 6,oo; 867*^ 2.. -16
Omiha, Neb I.9.... 140a 4.30 -t-
Rc.:he-ter, N.Y....... 38., r i 6.5 + ii
St. Paul, Min.... .. i 113- 38.-4 + 1
Kana Ciry, Mo.... 33.Ji6 '384 41.30 i
Piosidece. P.. I.... Ip.ry I 4.cI -_ 14
Derner, Col..... ;6,rB 1 I. 60. o
Iod, nipols, lad..... o, 44g B .32-. i6
AJbaoy, N.Y. .... 0. -3 143 14 -5
Columbus. Ohio ..... oy.38 a
dSr.acaie N.Y... ... 61,7,b 5.:8 + 5
Worceler. Mi8r .. .1,36 5. -
Toledo, Ohio. ... ... 6,Bbt: -.. I' 16
Richmond, Va .. .. 8,39 34P n.Ig + '
Nrville, Tenn...... r,, X ),, 30.3 I
Lo Angelei. Cal .... ,: 317 7
Grand RPpid', Mic:h it- 2' i'
Sertde. wasl .... ... ,4-. 3j8 I + TO
Lincl.. Nb....... fa.."j ia6o 3-j + =
Charleston. S. C..... 54,.) ? C i i. + 24
Harrfiri Cornn. ..... .ia n ; -
Pni d Or..... .. 4 .
Deatlo..', Iok.a 5.,6 ir-o W 2." +
Sa-t L ke Citry Li'rn o., 1 4, -0.
Tacoma. \ash....... 4.-.uo 3 a)) d.
Savannah, Ga..... ... 4 2 004 24
CG.lesln. Tei. .. .,i;r8 i-8 3. + ..
* Leaenc.rth, Kr n .... o.So 23' 4A.
Rutland, Vt .......... 1S ",' =33 9 .

























VALUE OF FOREIGN COINS.


DENOMINATION.

AIfuu-o........... ....
BoIlviano.........
Bolivar... ...............
Cron ................
Dollar. .. ...........




lorin.................

Frnc..... .............
Haol Impeoral..........
o Kroner.............
Lira...... ...... .........
Mabbub ofro plasters....
Mark....... ..... ...
Mdrelsor reis......
Peseta of .ro centdles ....
Pew. ....................


..srer...................

Pound Sierlng (Sovereign I
Trouble of iropecLk ..
Rupee of j6 annas........
Shilling ..................
Sol....... .............
TbaJer(31markCL ..J.....
Yen.......................


COUNTRY.

Spain..... ...........
BolIvia............
Venezuela... .....
Nor'y S-wed'n, Do'k
Britis America......
Lbera.............
Mexico.... .......
SandvCh Islandao .....
Spain................
Greeca..........
Austria...........
Netherlands ........
France, Belg.,Swil...
Rus.ia........ ... ....
Nor'y.Swed'n.Den'k.
Italy ................
Tripoli. ..............
German Empire......
Bradl .................
Portugal. ..........
Slain.................
Cuba................
Ecuador ...........
U. S. of Colombia..

Englan ..............
Ruia ...............
Indla......... ......
Ez land ..............
Peru. ................
Germany.............
Japan ..... ..........


Explanation /f the Current .fd the t arn o Cmunvries.
AuSrRIA AMD RUSSIA.-The Paper Currencies are coo-
dnuallysubject toimpl rnt fluctuatd.>ns.
In FRANCE, BELGIUM, SWITZERLAND, AND ITA.LY
franc=roo centimes. GERMANY., ma~k= zoo pennlg.
HOLLAND. T florin or gul.den= roo cels. NORWAY, SWE-
DEN. AND DENMARK, z kroner-m Ioo re. UNITED STATES,
I doUaro roo cents SPAIN. i peseta- soo centers. ALU-
TRIA, IEBorln= o Lokreuze. PORTUGAL, I mlrels- rooorel.
GREBCE, I drachca== ioo leptas. TURKEY, I plaster- 4o
Spras. RLUSSLA, rouble- Ioocopecks.
Italian notes and diver are not current In France. Belgim,
and Switzerland, but the silver of these countries passes cur-
rentin Italy.
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PLACES OF INTEREST
IN NEW YORK.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OP NATURAL HISTORY. between
Eighth and Ninth Avenue;. ,lth and BtiI Streets.-Open
ree eerey day except Monday and Tiuesday. when there is
anadmission fee of cent. CUotauin a ne collection of
mounted bhidi, animals fi re,. iInects, &c.
BA TERY PARK.at the soLuhe r end ci the island.-Con-
tains t acres. beautiluUl Laid our. A wide promenade ex.
ends along these z all, from which a fine view ofthe harbor
m'y be obtained. Named from the barteryerected herebythe
Datch settlers. Toe British army embarked here Nov. 25,
iyi.whben evacuating Ne wYork at tne cooe orthe Revolution.
BROOKLVN BRIDGE, connects New Yolk City with
Bitoklyn.-ConsrrucEtn be un June 3d, rtO. Opened to
the public ,lsy 24th, r983. I otl tengh. ,5',ofeet; width.E9
feet; height of towers, 2, feer; heightofcenter above high
twaer, 115 feel coGst0i.Iom,ou. F.3o pisengers, free; car
sare, 3 cents. c r so ticket for z ce nts.
CAsrLE GARDBN, in Battery Park.- Now New York
Aquarium. Formerly ued for grCat public meetings and
recepti-ns. Admirrance to the Aauarnnm is free. Its hours
are from iA. M. to P. M and ,t 1. open daily excepting
on Mandayj. ard Tuesdjas.
CEBNTR.T. PARK, between Fifth and Eighth Avenues,
Lath and north Screetl.-u- mile; long and A mile wide.
ContLin.;6acre. It has twelve grand entrancesconrtalns
males of walks, o miles of carriage rads. and 5 milesofrbridle
paths. More than so,on,xoo people visit the park annually.
CITY HALL. City Hall Patk.-Built of marble in r8o3.
The Goiernor's rortm cojnlain the. portraits of all the
Governors o1 New York State. the chair and desk at which
Whiucton wrote h sa frsnmessage to Congress, and many
other relic.
CUSTOM HOUSE. Will Street. Cor. of William.-A grano
he ed.ice, the'portico ot which a. supported by a number of
columns yl feet high, .!1 feet in diameter, each cut irom a
'ingle stone. All vessels orraing ar and leaving thi. port
musr report to the Governmeat lhcials here.
GEN. GRANT'STOMB., in Riveride Park at r3d Street,
overlooking the Hudoan River. Elected by popular sub-
Ecrition sto ot of nerly rgoooo,a and dedicated April n7,
sls. with impos.ig ceremnimei. I can be reached by the
Sreth Avenue Elevated road to oFsth Street, thence by
cable cars.
HIGH BRIDGE, Harlem River at zith Street.-A stone
structure c.-nveying the after of the (Croton aqueductacross
the Harlem River.at a height of i ofeet; length .zIo feet.
METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OP ART, in Central Park.
near Fifth Avenue and d8d Street.-Open free eery day
except Monday and Tuesday, when an admission lee of
15 cents is charged. Contains a large and rich collection of
some of the best ezample4 of the old masters and modern
painters, and a fine gauery of marble statuary.
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PLACES OF INTEREST
IN NEW YORK.
OBELISK, in Central Park, near Metropolitan Museum.
Fifth Avenue and Bad Street.-Erected in Egypt about
sro, years ago. Jt is cur from one solid block ofgranite. -s
eet ighand weighing 4ooo' ouids. Irs covered wsth
hierogyphics IILuiitratng the deeds and titles of the King
of Egypt at that time. Presented by the Khedive, iL=il
Pasha. to the city of New York. Brought here by Lieur.
Gorringe, U.S. N., in a vessel specially fined up for the pur-
pose. The entire coat of transportation and erecting was
ecir-syed by the late William H. Vanderbilt.
POST OFFICB. Broadway and Park Row-Costlng
$ ,ooo.ooo. There are srxteen branch offices.
STArUE OF LIBRtrv, on Liberty formerlyy Bedloe's)
l.tlnd. Modeled bythe Frencbhculptor Barthold. and pre-
Sented by France to the United Stales. The Statue is of
copper-bronze., 11 feet high; mounted on a stone pedestal
r54 feet high. making the extreme height 3oS feet. It may
oc reached by boat from the Birge Omce at the Battery.
SUB-TRgASURV, Wall Street. Cor. of Nssau.-Budt of
white granite on the site oi old Federal Hall. where Wash.
inglon was inaugurated. The original building. erected in
soo, was used for the City Hall. The firr Congress under
the Natdonal Constit-aton met here. March 4th. zrS9, when
the name wa changed to Federal Hall. Afterwards used as
the State Capitol. and then the present budding was erected
and used many years as the Custom House: now occupied
for the storage of gold and silver coin, etc. The walls are
ive and six eet thick. and the roof isofsolid stone four feet
thick. It is guarded day and night by a force of twenty
five men. On the steps now brands a statue of Washington.
the pedestal containing the very stone on which he stood
when taking the oain, on Apnl y3lh. r789
ST. PATRIJCK'SCA'H BDRAL. Fifth Avenue, 5oth and erst
Siceets.-The most imposing church edifice In the United
State.. costing over $a,0sr.Wo,. Jt is .0 feet long. c4o feet
wide, and iaB feet high. The t-win pires on either side of
the front gable rile to a height of a feet. The rch stained
glJias ins l0 windows was made in Prance and cost $ooooo.
The main altar.4ofeet high. as made or Italian marble InJald
rith raze gems. The organ is one of the largeeat n the city.
The Cathedral is open dady.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, Broadway. Cor. Vesey Street.-
Erected in t764- Achapel ofTrinity Church. Was attended
ty 'Wahlngtou, and hia pew still remains, marked with hi
Initials.
TRINITY CTURCH. Broadway, head of Wall Street--The
richest parih in the United Stares, its annual income reach-
ing e $o.ooo. Was founded in fq69. The church was burned
ia 4', rebuilt in ai88. ad the present housewas completed
in i 46. It was designed by the famous American architect
Upjohn, and required seven years to build. The steeple is
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VALUABLE INFORMATION
FOR BUSINESS MEN.
DEMAND NOTES are payable on pleaenta ioD, without
Race, ard bear legal interest ailer a demaLd h. been mide,
if not ao wrire. An endorser on a demand note is h-lden
only for a limited time, variable in different Staes,.
A NEGOriABLE NOTE muir be made payable either to
bearer, or be properly endorsed by nte person to uhose
older ia i6 made. lif e endorser wishes to avoid response.
biLry, he can endorse without recourse."
A IOINT NOTE is one E(il ed by two cr more persons,
who can each become hible for te whole amount.
No GRACE i6 allowed it the majority or States on time
n note. aiter the time ior payment expires. Ii not psid when
due, the endorser, it any, should be legally noticed to be
holden.
NOTES FALLING DUtE ON SUNDAY. or on a legal holi.
dsy. must be paid te day following as a rule. .
ALn ERING A NOTE in any manner, by tre holder, makes
it void.
NOTEr GrVEN BY MINORS are void.
TETE MAKER OP A NOTE that i; loht or stolen Is not
released from piament if the amount and consideration can
be proven.
NOTBa OBTAINED BY FRAUDor given by lntoxicsted
persons, cannot be collected.
AN ENDORSER has a rght of action aginDt all whose
names were prevlouily on a note endorsed by him.
A BILL OF E SCHANGB OR DRAPT is ra order drawn ,y
one peron or nrm up-o another, payable either at sight or
at a Irated Iarure time.
A note dated on Suodjy is void. An endorser of a note
is exempt from liability if not sered with notice of its dis-
honor within 04 hours oi rts nonrpayment. Notesbeir intel-
est only when ao 'taled PrincipaL are respourible for the.r
ageot. Each indiridul in partnuenhip ii responsible ior
ote nle amount of the debts of the frm. Ignoranceof the
Law erctie no one It is a fraud to conceal a fraud. It is
illegal to crmpounda felony. The law compel no one to do
imponlcilitlc. An agreement u;thout a conrideradon I-
void. Signatures in lead pericil are Food in lau. A receipt
for money is not legally conclusive. The act; of one partner
bind all the other.. Contracts made c., Sunday c--nnt he
enforceJ. A cailtract .ith a miur is void. A contract made
with a -natic i; void. Written contracts concerning land
must be under seil.
DEPOSIT OP MONRY in a bank placed to the credit o de-
poittersare always subject to their check for full amount due. A
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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
MEASURES OF WEIGHT.-Azr rdffrPj." pound equals
'ooo gnrain; if drams. 1 cunce ; ai ounces, i pound: IL
pounds, I huadredreighr; so hundredweight, i ion. Tro.:
I pound equals 5,'6 grains ; 24 grail, i pennyneight; n
pennyweighL., I ounce; ir ounces, I pound. .4f.tie.ureus'
Spoundeq~ ls ;, graiR ; gtasa. I scruple; 3 scruples.
i dram; 8 drams, I unce; ia ounces, i pound. Merfic:
kllogrirmme equilh irio gr-mmes. equals a.2 Avoirdupois
pounia;.
MFEAS-URiE OP LENGTH CWsomlar-n Lncheq equal I
foot; 16 feel, I rod; 40 rods. furlong; B furlong;. i scatule
mrle ; srarute mile, 5, i feet or r.to lard; manne league.
3 autical mides: r ithom, 6 feet; i nautical mode equal"
6,Ro o Ieet. M etia: rj.oo mUllimetres equal I metre; soon
metres. I kilometre, i mere equals 39.37 inches.
S SURFACE OR SQUARE hBMEASURE.-CaSt.mJry:.e41 r1
square inches equal a square fool; 9 square feet, I square
yard, 30.: square yardz, i Aquare red; 4o square rod;. i
square rood J Squire roadj, 1 ae ; (40 acres, j square mile:
Sacreequ lsm a.7Ieer quare. Melrm. rquae metreequal
i acre; rooacrei. i became ; I bectre equals about 2.5 (2.471
acnrs.
SOLID OR CUBIC MEASURE.- Ciraiifmar.: jo76 cubic
inches equil i cubic fo.t; cub.c feet. r cibic yard; o4
cubic ieet of road umber, Io n _o cubic feet of hewn tim-
ber, i toon; 1a cubic feet of wood (. feet by 4 feet by B feet),
I cord; 24-75 cubic feet orf ione. I pcch- u ually i feelby
I% feet by I flotr. but w-ar.e greatly. Aet.ru. cooo crubc
centimerre equ i] r litre, equal ..46 qurt.
LIQOTD MEASURE.-Englih allon equals r7.463 cubic
laches: U. S. gallon equals o31 cubic inches; 4 Sgll. I pint;
a piacs. i quart; 4 quart., I gallon.
DRY MEASURE.- bushel equals scro 42 cubic Inches;
pints. iqurr: qurts, I gallon ; 2 aalJlon, pek; 4 pecks,
b ushel. MVet,.: 1o miilllirre; equal i centillcre; Jacend-
lrtre. a decilitne; ; de:ilrres. i hlie; I liree, i.u quarts.
POcrNUS PER BUSHEL Tne weight per bushel of dif-
iereat iarMie dffers in dlrferent Eltes. Reri-ed Stuatule
of the iL. 5., ec. vpi: For me purpose oi estimaltng the
dutle on importaerOuu of grain, the number cf bu:hel rshall
be aicertarned by we.ght iteeod o by measuring; and sury
pounds o wheat, ffry-six pounds of corn, fifry-fix pounds
of bulev, thirry'-ro poutd o of .its, Mixry pounds ao peas,
and farty pounds ofi buLeheat. avoirdupois weight, shall
respectuely be elumiled as a bushel."
CAPACITY OF BOXES.
25 in. sq.. n.66 in. deep = Approx. I wne b;rrel.
o wine half brrel.
17 "x14in.oo "bushel.
o1z0 n" a" 9.00 *" = "
S ";quare.4o" = rpecrk.
" a.. 4 ". = gal. ,dry measure).
S7 d" lis., 6.00o gal (liquid measure).


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COMPARATIVE 'YELD
IN POUNDS EBB ACRE.
Hops........ 44 Plums ........o Crass ........ 7.000
Wheat ...... 1.o 6 Cherrie .. .000 Potatoes.... ,500
Barley....... I,6o Orio ...... .8J.I Apples...... 8.oo
Oats......... 840 Hay........ 4.0 Turniolps. ... ,42ao
Peeas. ...i..P 50..ao Cabb9aes ... 1.90o
Bea.n..... 3,0o Carnos...... bo Parsnips .... ,200

PERCENTAGE OF NUTRITION IN
VARIOUS ARTICLES OF FOOD.
Cucumbers ... BolledceQdfsb.=u Rye bead.......79
Melons........ 3 Potatoe ......n Boiled beasn....7
STurnips....... 4 Fried ve L.....4. Boiled rice ......88
Milk .......... 7 Rour pork....34 Birley bread....88
Cabbage ...... 7% Roast poultry.af Wheat bred. ...go
Currants ......o Beef...........6 Bakedccorbreadg
Egs..........r Grapes........ Boiled bailey ...
eets ........14 Plum ......... Butter........... 93
Apples........6 Brolled murnj Bailed peas.....93
Peaches....... Oatmeal p'dge ya

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIONS OF
THE UNITED STATES.
Barley. bushels.. ea.;roo Oats, bu hel ......6b6r,o35.o
Buckwheat," .. TiOOOO Oranges, bo.e.... .,oo.oC,
Buter andcheese, PeanuLt, bushels.. .,6ooo
toPns............ 6,ooo Potatoes. .. tooo.ooo
Cotton, bales .... 6,17,4 Rye, .. 3,75ou.
Flax. buskhe s .... 04,440 Souar, pounds....48,.77.,
Hay, ionD........ or,.oc., Tobacco. ? .... 5,795,
Hops, pounds ...9.gb -,-so.oo Wheat, bushels... ..5.949.o0o
lodTan corn, bu. .1,628,464,0o Wool, pounds .... .4,000o.,0
LIVE STOCK.-Number of horse, 16,ao6.Bia; mule.,
a p2r.u8; cows. 16.24..o8;: oxen and other cattle. 35,54,i6;
sheep,47.73.553; swloe,46.og4.,&.

TO MEASURE CORN IN CRIB, ETC.
This rule wll apply to a crib of any size or Idnd. Two
cubic feet of good, sound, dry corn in the ear will make a
bushel ofshelled corn. To get; thehe e quantity of shelled
cor ln a crib of corn an the ear, meusuie the length, breadh,
and height of the crib lns.de of the nil; multiply the length
by the breadth, l3d the product by the height; iheo divide
tre producer by t-o, and you have the number oi bushels of
Ahelled corn In the crib.
To find the number of bushels orapples, potatoes. etc., In
a bin. multiply the length, breadth, and thickness. together.
and this product by 8,ad point olf one figure in the product
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FACTS FOR BUILDERS.
BRICKS REQUIRED TO CONSTRUCT ANY BUILDING.
(Reckonmng7 Bricks to'ea.h Supertidal Foot.)

SOPRPI. NUMBER OF BRICKS TO TRICKNrES OF
CLAL FEET
OP WALL. 4 rN. 8IN. 1 rN. fIN. IN. 45 IN.
.......... 15 30 s
2... .. 1 6 75 9
.......... 9] 5 6 o 13 .35
.. ....... 3 no o0 120 1o Ino
......... 3 3 I'a ,M 5
6..... .... 4 90 o 5
.......... 53 '3 i a 315
..... .... 6 120 40 300 3fo
9 ..... 68 135 ao3 ai 33 I 40.?
r2..... ... l I 1g 3I 5 300 37.. 4",o
COST OP TIN ROOFING PER SQUARE AND
SQUARE FOOT.
The first column contaioj the price. per bo, of tin; the
-econd column show the co't of cun per squIre (zon square
ieetj ofsurface; and the third column Ehos the cost of tin
per squire 1o'ot of surface.
Flat Seam Roofing-Cost vitn 14x0 tin.
$4...... $ ..... f.ol 5 25 .... $3.S..... $0.032
4. ,..... 3.31 ..... .or 6.'..... 3 ..... 033
4.5 .... a. ...... 6 7'5 ..... 3-S ..... 03 1
5.C ..... .0..... o o 7., 3 64..... .:34
5.:3.. 3.5 0077 7. 3 r. 7
5. ...7 .... .: : :..... 3. ..... .0390
5.,'..... a.09... .. 99 4.75 .... 03..... .o03
6 0. ... 3.2 ..... .03u .o ..... 4.1 ... .046
zoso shlngles, laid 4 inches; to the weather, will cover oo1
'qunJe feet of surface, and 5 pouod0 of ihoigle nail will
fasLen them on.
One fifth mote siding and dooring ib needed than the num-
ber cf squire feet of uurf ce to be covered, because of the
lap in the siding and matching.
aoo lath; will cover 7 yards of surface. and rr pounds of
laIh-nail wiU nail them on. Eighr bushela oi good lime, 16
b~is eL of siid,and i bamhel of halr will make enough good
mortar to plaster tom square yalds.
Acord oft toe..3 Duthel. of Lime, and a cubic yard of sand
will lay trocubic leer of wall.
Fire courses of brick will ly i foot in height on a chimaey;
6 brick In a coarse will make a flue 4XE2 IJ hcsE; and
bnc cksn a course will make a flue 8x16 inches.
Cement I busnel and aind a bu:hels wil cover 35 square
yards inch hiick, 4% square uds ~ inch thick, 69 square
yalds 4Ich hick.e One bunbel cement and t of and will
cover a, square yards I inch thick. 3 quaree yards 3 inch
thick, and 43 square yards loch thick.





















TO TELL TIME OF TIDE. -
The time of high water at the plhce.; flown maybefound
approximately Ifr eich diy by adding or subrrais tci from
the time of high rater at New-York the hours and minutes
anneoed. .s i. g.M.
.bany, N. Y.........- 9.3 New Haven, Conn.. + 3.
Annapohls, rMd.... ... New London Conn.. + z.s6
Asbury Park, N. 0.' Newport, R. 1....... -o.
AtlanicCity. N. o.- a.9 Norfolk, Va .......... o..6
Baltimore, aid......- 152 Norwih. Conn....... + .5
Bar Harbot, Me..... .o OCeaa Grove, N. J... 0.37
Beaufort. C....... a Old P. Comfort, Va.. + .3
Block Island. R. 1. 0.3 Philadelphia. Pa..... 5 17
Boston, Ma ........ 3.1 Plymouth, Mass..... -- 3.
Bridgeport Conn.... 3 4 Point Lookout. kid.. 4.49
Bristol, R.. ......... Pordand, Me......... 3
Cape May. N. J...... + o. Porsmouth, N. H.... -3.16
Cbhuleston. S ..... a 4 Poughkeepsle. N. Y. -- 4.27
SConey land, N. Y.. o.ao Providence, R. I ... + 0.7 7
E'jrport, Me .......... 3. Richmond, Va....... +8.47
Fernandina. Fli..... Rockaway, N. Y..... .28
Gloucester,Mass.. .. a Rockland, Me........ +
I ile of Shoals ....... + 3.ii Rockport. Mass...... 2.5
lack.soville, Fla.... + o.36 Salem, Maa........ + 3.5
Key West, FL....... 0.55 Sandy Hook. N.J.... .p
League IrladP. Pa.. 5.1i Savanni.h. Ga........ 0.49
Long Branch. N.J... o.38 Smithrille, N. C..... o.5
MirbJehead. Mas... + 3 4 VieyardHaue.Malss+ 3.35
Nahanr. Mass........ + 3.2 Washington. D.C... .+u.54
Nantuckel, Mas..... +- 4.31 Wash Hill, R. 1 ... o.s
New Bediord. Masr.. -f- o.1o We~r Point, N. Y.... + 2-55
Newburyport, Mass.. + I3.29 Wilminigon. N. C.... o.59
EKAMFLB.-To ai.errin at what hourit will be high tide
at Sandy Hook on the ias oflJuly, ind first the time o" high
waterr at New-York under chat dute, and then subtract 32
minutes. as found in above table opposite Sandy Hook; the
erult is the time oi high water required.

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





CIeror Fair |n Temepature Oa d WI *.
ae lhr. \or B sa. g il
When black triangular fag Is. placed above white or blue
11F it Indicates warmer; when placed below, colder wether.
For example 3, r, 3 indicated warmer, fair weather, fol.
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HELP IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS
DROWRNING.--. LooneO dcithnlg f any. 2. Empty
lunge of water by Laying body o Its alomach. and lifting it
by the middle so th.t the bead ihng: down. Jerk the body
i iqw times. 3. Pull Ioogne I'ortrd, us ;g handkerchief, or
pi with string. if rcetsary. 4. ILmtate moon of respira-
tnon by -lternatelv compressing and expanding the loser
nba, about t-enry imes a minute AJterntely raiding and
loeingn the arm; from the sdes up above the bead ill
stimulate the action of the lungs. Let it be done gently
but persistenldy. v. Apply warmth and fnciron to ex-
nemirres. 6. By hbolding tongue iforu.d, closing the nos-
iLs, and pressing the" Ad.ams apple bach Io asto close
Senrancent ostcoima ch direct intiatno may be ried. Takea
deep breath and breathe it forcibly into the mouth of pa-
tuent. compress the chest to expel the air, ind repeat the
operaion. 7. DON'T GI VE UPI People have been saved
Si er HOiOR-o'pndent, vrgrouj effort. 8. \ hcn breathing
oeplna. get pinent into a irmn bed, give WARM drinks, or
:pints m teasp.onfauL, freben ur, and qui.t.
SUNSTROKBE.-There ate teo important indications icr
tre.ltmeot-reduacton o( renmperatute and the use OiStima-
lants. The pitnent should fir: be removed to a cooler spot
if possible, or at le ur where shade can be secured. The
neitment should be begun at once. The clothing bout the
neck and body mut be either luooencd or removed. Cold
Ls particdlatly indicated in case& where there is great beat
of the body. and delirium and con;ulitne movements are
present. This means oi redduiCng the temperature may be
apphed in the ;hbpe of ctrcked ice about the beod and spine,
or the use of cold aler. If tne. heat of the body is very
great. it may be Dneeess ry to wrap the patient in sheets et
with cajl-l rater. If there i;, besidcu the great heat, evidence
of serious depression, 'cimulancs mu;t be used while the cold
l. being applied.
BURNS AND SCALDS.-Corer cwih cooking today, and lay
et cloths over it. 'hrtes of eggs aad olive oil. Olive oil o
liaseedo U, plin, or mixed wilh ch lk or owhing. Sweeror
olive oil and lime-water. Shock, which is always present in
severe burns, require trieadmiistratnnon of Ltimulants. Paiu
Is more constant and inense in burn.? than in any other iorm
ofinjury, and require; Evcdaties, which should be adminL.
red by the medical crtendant. Later on the appearances
of inflammation and other complicantns are to be carefully
-bached for.
HIEMORRHAGC.-The Lhuil treatment iS rest in the re.
cumbent position; mall pieces of ice'hould be neely swal-
lowed, and the applicationof .ca wrappedin a towel, or in an
ice-bag. or snow, cold later. etc., over the stomach; hot
apphicario j my be applied to the extremitie..
SFIRB IN A BUTLDLNG.-Crawl on the floor. The dearest
air is the lowest mi theroom. Cover head with woolen wrap,
wet if po-sible. Cui holes for the eye. Don't get e.ctera.
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