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Otis Keene Diary, 1871

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 July 1871
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 November 1871
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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1871
Physical Description:
31 vols. : ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Keene, Otis L., 1830-

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Bookkeepers -- Diaries   ( lcsh )
Legislators -- Diaries -- Florida -- Jacksonville   ( lcsh )
History -- Personal narratives -- United States -- Civil War, 1861-1865   ( lcsh )
History -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
History -- Washington (D.C.) -- 19th century   ( lcsh )
Duval -- 12031   ( ceeus )
Civil War in Florida, 1861-1865   ( fhp )
Economics and Society: Post-Civil War Florida, 1865-1913   ( fhp )

Notes

Summary:
Diary, correspondence. These diaries (1863-1894, 1903-1910) contain Keene's often terse entries about his daily routines from 1863, when he resided in Washington, D.C., through his years as a citizen of Jacksonville, Florida. They include his reaction to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Unfortunately, the diaries do not cover the crucial Florida years of 1898 (Spanish-American War) and 1901 (Great Jacksonville Fire) but remain important as a local chronicle.
Restriction:
Transcription available for general use.
Biographical:
Bookkeeper, Legislator.
Biographical:
Otis Little Keene was born on May 23, 1830, Lincoln County, Maine. He came to Jacksonville, Florida, in 1855 to manage the Judson House hotel. He resided there until April 10, 1862, when Confederate forces evacuated and burned the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Keene and hundreds of others left Jacksonville on United States transports bound for New York. He worked as a clerk in the Treasury Department until 1866 when he returned to Jacksonville. He was customs inspector at the Jacksonville Customs House until 1869 when he became a clerk in the St. James Hotel, 1870-1872. From 1873-74, Keene was President of the Jacksonville City Council and a county commissioner from 1875-81. He was also a member of the Jacksonville Board of Trade and a freemason. Keene's first wife, A. H. Dunham, died in February 1873, and on September 5, 1878, he married H. L. Ashton, of London, England. They had no children. Keene was in the milliner and dry goods business until 1902.
General Note:
Diaries of Otis Keene; Special and Area Studies Collections Department, University of Florida Libraries, Gainesville, Florida; There is a good annotated transcript of the diaries, compiled and abridged by Richard A. Martin, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002778355
oclc - 49963462
notis - ANQ6470
System ID:
UF00076636:00009

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1871
Physical Description:
31 vols. : ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Keene, Otis L., 1830-

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Bookkeepers -- Diaries   ( lcsh )
Legislators -- Diaries -- Florida -- Jacksonville   ( lcsh )
History -- Personal narratives -- United States -- Civil War, 1861-1865   ( lcsh )
History -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
History -- Washington (D.C.) -- 19th century   ( lcsh )
Duval -- 12031   ( ceeus )
Civil War in Florida, 1861-1865   ( fhp )
Economics and Society: Post-Civil War Florida, 1865-1913   ( fhp )

Notes

Summary:
Diary, correspondence. These diaries (1863-1894, 1903-1910) contain Keene's often terse entries about his daily routines from 1863, when he resided in Washington, D.C., through his years as a citizen of Jacksonville, Florida. They include his reaction to the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Unfortunately, the diaries do not cover the crucial Florida years of 1898 (Spanish-American War) and 1901 (Great Jacksonville Fire) but remain important as a local chronicle.
Restriction:
Transcription available for general use.
Biographical:
Bookkeeper, Legislator.
Biographical:
Otis Little Keene was born on May 23, 1830, Lincoln County, Maine. He came to Jacksonville, Florida, in 1855 to manage the Judson House hotel. He resided there until April 10, 1862, when Confederate forces evacuated and burned the hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Keene and hundreds of others left Jacksonville on United States transports bound for New York. He worked as a clerk in the Treasury Department until 1866 when he returned to Jacksonville. He was customs inspector at the Jacksonville Customs House until 1869 when he became a clerk in the St. James Hotel, 1870-1872. From 1873-74, Keene was President of the Jacksonville City Council and a county commissioner from 1875-81. He was also a member of the Jacksonville Board of Trade and a freemason. Keene's first wife, A. H. Dunham, died in February 1873, and on September 5, 1878, he married H. L. Ashton, of London, England. They had no children. Keene was in the milliner and dry goods business until 1902.
General Note:
Diaries of Otis Keene; Special and Area Studies Collections Department, University of Florida Libraries, Gainesville, Florida; There is a good annotated transcript of the diaries, compiled and abridged by Richard A. Martin, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002778355
oclc - 49963462
notis - ANQ6470
System ID:
UF00076636:00009

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
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    Title Page and Front Matter
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    January 1871
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    February 1871
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    March 1871
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    April 1871
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    May 1871
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    June 1871
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    July 1871
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    August 1871
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    September 1871
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    October 1871
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    November 1871
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    December 1871
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    Back Matter and Notes
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    Back Cover
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Calendar, Almanac, Stamp Duties, Rates of Postage. Difference of
Time, Distances from New York to most important places in North
America Presidents of the United States, a Blank Space for every
day in the year Memoranda, (ash Account for each Month, Annual
Summary of Cash Account, Bills Payable and Receivable.


cEcli.pses for I 71.
There will be four Eclipses this year. as follows:
I. A Partial Eclipse of the Mo oN, January 6th, in the Evening,
visible in the Eastern part of the United States, east of Minnesota
and Alabama. The Moon in that region will rise with the Eclipse
upon it being on the southern limb and on the decrease. In the N.E.
parts of the United States the middle of the Eclipse (size, 8.316 dig-
its) will be visible at rising. The Eclipse ends at Boston at 6h. 3m.;
.t New York 51h. 51m. : :ochester, 5h.42 ; Philadelphia, 5h. 47m.
and at Washington at 5h. 39m.
II. An Annular Eclipse of the SUN. June 17th, invisible in America.
Ill. A Partial Eclipse of the MooN, July 2d, in the morning, vi-i-
II,- in California and Oregon.
IV. A Total Eclipse of the SUN, Decem. 11th, invisible in America.


V.'S us, from September 26th to end of year. JUPITEa, from June
30 ti October 22. SATUrn, until March 30.

Eve:ieg qt-ars.
VaEus, until September 26th. MARS, all the year. JUPITER,
until June 30 and after October 22. SATURN, from March 30 to end
of year.
PIt Ief-s ~g rigbT te st.
MERCURY-Feb. 13, June 13, Oct. 6th, rising before the Sun : also,
April '.0, Aug. 17 and Dec. I-, setting soon after the Sun. VYEL's-
Aug. i0 anl Nov. MAR-March 19. SATURN-June 28. JLCPITE
does not reach opposition this year.


CHURCH DAYS.
Septuagesima Sunday.... Feb. 5 Iaster Sunday..... ... April 9
Sexagesimua unday....... 1-2 Low Sunday............. 16
Quinquagesima Sunday... 19 Rogation 'unday........ May 14
Ash Wednesday......... 92 Ascension Day......... 18
Quadragesima :unday... 26 Pentecost.......... -'
i Mid-Lent -unday..... .March 19 Trinity Sundav......... June 4
Palm 'unday........... April 2 Corpus Chriati...........
Good Friday............ 7 Advent Sunday.....
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D D MiC A O
i W MISCELLANEOUS. Riesiets Sets
1 S. ist Sunday after Christmas. 7 25 4 43 2 28
2 Mo. (i) Procl'n Emancipation, '63. 7 25 4 44 3 25
8 Tu. Bishop Hughes died, 1864. 7 25,4 45 4 24
4 We. Battle of Stone River, 1863. 7 25 4 461 5 21
5 Th. Cataline killed, 62 B.C. 7 25 4 47i rises
6 Fr. 0 Full moon, 4h. 27m. even. 7 25 4 4 4 45
7 Sa. Liberia colonized, 1822. 7 25 4 491 5 41
8 S. ist Sunday after Epiphany. 7 24 4 50 6 42
9 Mo. (S) Battle of New Orleans, '5. 7 24 4 51! 7 46
10 Tu. Dr. L. Beecher died, 1863. 7 24 4 52 8 41
11 WVe. Linnreus died, 1778. 7 24 4 53 9 57
12 Th. i i) Bat. Arkansas Post, 1863. 7 23 4 5411 4
13 Fr. 'The Lexington burned, 1840. 7 23 4 55 morn
14 Sa. 3 Last quarter, 2h. im. morn. 7 23 4 56 12
15 1 ". A-d Sunday after Epiphany. 7 22 4 57 1 22
16 Mo. s5) Everett died, 186,. 7 22 4 59 2 23
17 Tu. (x6) Gibbon died, x704. 7 21 5 0 3 47
18 We. Daniel Webster born, 1782. 7 21 5 11 4 58
19 Th. Georgia seceded, I861. 7 21 5 2; 6 7
20 Fr. o New moon, 7h. 36m. even. 7 2o 5 3: sets
21 Sa. Louis XVI. beheaded, 2793. 7 19 5 4 5 53
22 *. 3d Sunday after Epiphany. 7 19 5 5 7 6
23 Mo. (22) Independ. U.S. ack. 783. 7 IS5 7 S 13
24 Tu. (231 llumboldt in Chi'zo, i80o. 7 17 5 8 9 17
25 We. Burns born, 1789. 7 175 9 10 19
26 Th. Jenner, inventor, died, 1823. 7 16 5 1011 19
27'Fr. Burr's conspiracy 1607. 7 15 5 11,morn
28 Sa. First, quarter, Sh. ISm. m. 7 14 5 13 17
29 i. 4th Sunday after Epiphany. 713 5 14 16
I 30 Mo. I Kansas admitted, 186,. 7 125 15 2 18;
S 31 iTu. i(30) First Life Boat built, 1790. 7 125 16 3 10 1
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4a. Mnt ery convention, 186 75 21






8We. Mary (IScen of Scots k., x587R 3 S2 8 56
STh. en. Charleston captured, 86. 7 11 2 10 4



10 Fr. (o) Southern Confed." 18,1. 7 1 2, 11 14
1 a. Lorenzoitt ClintDo died, 1834. 7 1 5 3019 5rn
12 Fr. aInquisit'n abol. in Sai4m. morn. 6 5 0 25




13 .Io. (12) l.ady J. <;ray exec'd, 15,4. ( 57 5 32 1 35
4 Tu. S. Valentiery convention, 186 7 2 rises
15 We. (aillco born, 514. morn. 5 3 3 54
6 M5o. (5) ('ato killed, 46 B. C. 75 28 641



t Th. Fr) Btle of ncl;n taken, I862. 7 4 5 257 4 55
8 e. WeMary ( heen of Scots k., 1587. 7 :3 5 26' 8 56



17 F n. Colmbrrison bor taken, 865. 6 52 5 27 5 4S
s1 Sa. o) Luther ied, C546. 6 51 51 -2. 6 1
11 Ma. Ibe Witt Clinton died, 1828. 71 5 30pncrn


19 Last New mouanr, Sh. 53m. morn. f 49 5 25ts
1320 Mo. (19) lFlorida c exded, 82r. i( 4; 41 0 5:
21 Tu. St. 'Valverdtine d2 y. ( 4;6 5 4- 82


22 We. Galileh Wednesda. 6 4: A 46 4 9 4
2;3 Th. rt Doashincgtlni born, 1732. t 44 5 46 10 5


04 Fr. Coluis hilip, adicatae, 183.8 6 42 5 4 11 3
2i Sa. Little t Trenton, ,776. 6 41 5 41 morn
29) Mo. Ist Snlorida, in Lcent. 6 4%9 41 2
27 Mo. B. First qalrter, Mh. 42m. morn 6 4; 5 850 9 .
28 Tu. Great Plague in London, 1665. 6 37 5 51 1 57








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M W I MISCELLANEOUS. Rises ts Sets
1 We. "The Spectator app'rd, 1711. 6 35 5 53 2 53
2 Th. Wesley died, 1791. 6 34'5 53 3 43
3 Fr. War with Algiers, 1815. 6 32 5 4 32
4 Sa. T. Starr King died, 1864. 6 30 5 55 5 18
5 ^. 2d Sunday in Lent. 6 29 5 56 5 57
i Mo. e Full moon, ioh. 43m. even. 6 27,5 57 rises
7 Tu. (6) Battle of Pea Ridge 1862. !6 35 5 58 6 42
SWe. Wm. III. of Eng'd died, 1702. 6 24 5 59 7 52
9 Th. lEmber Day. 6 22 6 0 9 3
10 Fr. Benj. West died, 1820. 6 206 1 10 15
11 Sa. Fort Marion taken, 1862. 6 196 211 27
12 I-- 3d Sunday in Lent. 6 17 6 3 morn
13 Mo. 9 Last quarter, 5h. 24m. even. 6 16 6 4 39
14 Tu. Newbern, N. C., capt'd, 1862.,6 14 6 5 1 47
15 We. (Csar killed, 44 B. C. 6 12 6 7 2 49
16 Th. Bowditch died, 1838. 6 11 6 8 3 47
17 Fr. Emancipation in Russia, 1861. 6 96 9 4 35
18 Sa. Stamp Act repealed, 1766. 6 7 6 10 5 8
19 S. Mid-Lent Sunday. 6 66 11 5 42
20 Mo. 3 New' moon, Ixll. 4m. even. 6 4 6 12 sets
21 Tu. (20) Newton died, 1727. 6 2 6 13 6 51
22 We. Stamp Act passed, 1765. 6 1 6 14 7 51
2 Thl. Battle Winchester, 1862. 5 59 6 15 8 51
24 Fr. Queen Elizabeth died, 1603. 5 b' 6 16 9 40
2.) Sa Hudson River discov'd, i6o9. 5 56 6 17;10 50
26 .- sth Sunday in Lent. 5 54 6 1811 47
27 o11. (2j) Owen Lovejov died, 1864. 5 52 6 10 umorn
28 Tu. Battle of Apache Pass, 1862. 5 51 6 20 42
29 We. 01 First quarter, ih. 48m. morn:5 49 6 21 1 36
130 Tli. Sicilian espers, 1282. 5 47 6 22 2 25
31 Fr. J. C. Calhoun died, iS;o. 5 41 6 6 21 8 11
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M' w Rises Sets Suts
1 Sa. (2) Jefferson born, 1743. 5 44 6 24 8 51
2 S. Palm Sunday 5 42 6 26 4 28
3 Mo. (2) Cobden died, x865. 5 41 6 27; 5 0
4 Tu. (3) Richmond taken, z865. 5 39 6 2,s, rises
5 We. Full moon, 9h. 27m. morn. 5 87 6 29; 6 4
6 Th. Bat. Pittsburg Landing, 1862. 5 366 81 7 47
7 Fr. Good Friday. 5 84 6 82 9 12
8 Sa. (9) Lord Bacon died, 1626. 5 33 6 33 10 27
9'. EASTER. 5 31 6 4,11 40
10 Mo. () Gen. Lee surrendered, 18655 3)0 6 85'morn
11 Tu. (12) Mobile taken, x865. 5 2 6 36 45
12 We. ) Lastquarter, oh. 56m. morn. 5 266 37 1 42
18 Th. Fort Sumter taken, 1861. 5 2' 6 83' 2 32
14 Fr. Lincoln shot, ISC5. 5 23 6 39 3 12
15 Sa. Bat. South Mills, N. C., 1862. 5 22 6 40 8 45
16 .S, Low Sunday. 5 20 6 41. 4 14
17 Mo. (i6) Shakspeare born, 1564. 5 19 6 42 4 41
18 Tu. (17) Franklin died, 179:. 5 17 6 4, 5 5
19 We. O New moon. 211. 7111. even. 3 1 ) 44 sets
20 Th. Battle of Patterson, Mo., i5;3. 5 14 6 45 7 41
21 Fr. Rome founded, 753 13. C. 5 13 6 46. s 41
22 Sa. Battle near Strasburg, z3(3. 5 11 6 47 9 3,m
2:; .' 2d Sunday after iastcr. 5 10 6 48 10
'2 Mo. (23) Shakspeare died, ifi6. 5s '1 49 15 O
25' Tu. Fort Macon taken, It:r. 7 6 50 ),orn
26 We. Gen. Jolnston surrcn'd, 1863. 5; 6 51 21
27 Th. First quarter, 6h. q5m. veCn. 5 4 6 52 1
2S Fr. Bat. of Fredericksburg, x863. 316 53 1 4S
29 Sa. Battle of Grand Gulf, 1863. 5 2 6 54 2 '.
30'~. 3d Sunday after Easter. 5 ( 55. 2 51si
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1 Mo. Prince Arthur,of Eng.,b., 185o 4 59 6 56 80
2 Tu. Riots in Memphis, 1866. 4 58 6 57 8 50
3 We. Stonewall Jackson died, 1863. 4 56 6 58 4 29
4 Th. Full moon, 6h. 4m. even. 4 55'6 59 rises
5 Fr. Bat. of Chancellorsville, 1863. 4 547T 0 8 4
6 Sa. Bat of Wilderness, Va., x864. 4 538 1 9 20
7 ?M. th Sunday after Easter. 4 52 2 10 3.3
8 Mo. 7)Josh. R. Giddingsdied,i864 4 511 3 11 86
9 Tu. chiller died, 1~05. 4 49 1 4 morn
10 We. Pacific Railroad opened, 1869.14 48 7 5 29
11 Th. D Last quarter,9h.27m. morn. 4 47 7 6 1 13
12 Fr. Battle of Pharsalia, 48 B. C. 4 467 7 1 49
13 Sa. Jamestown settled, x607. 4 45 7 8 2 19
14 ". Rogation Sunday. 4 44 7 9 2 47
15 Mo. (14) Trial by jury, 970. 4 43 7 10 3 10
16 Tu. Mrs. Hemans died, 1835. 4 42 7 11 3 35
17 We. John Jay died, 1829. 4 41 7 12 4 1
18 Th. Ascension Day. 4 40 7 13 4 28
19 Fr. o New moon, 5h. 45m. morn. 4 3897 14 sets
20 Sa. Acad. Music, N. Y., burnt, '66. 4 39,7 15 S 30
21 5l 6th Sunday after Easter. 14 38 7 16 9 24
22 Mo. (2r) Battle of Essling, 18o9. 4 37 7 17 10 17
23 Tu. (22) First steamship, x819. :4 36,7 18 11 4
24 We. Copernicus died, 1543. 4 36 7 19 11 47
23 Th. Repeal Missouri Comp., 1854. 4 8S 7 20 morn
26 Fr. Kirby Smith surrend'rd, i86s. 4 34 7 20 25
S27 Sa. First quarter, 8h. 6m. morn. 4 -1 7 21 59
S28 ..4 Pentecost Sunday.4 337 22 1 80
S29 Mo. (28) Noah Webster died, 1843. 4 32' 28 1 58S
.)0 Tu. (20) Gen. Scott died, 1866. 4 32 7 23 2 26
,.1 31 We. Stony Point evacuated, 1779. 4 81 t 24 2 .5 d
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M w MISCELLANEOUS. Rises Sets Sets
1 Th. Battle of Fair Oaks, 8I62. 4 81 7 24 3 28
2 Fr. London Riots, 1780. 4 30 7 25 rises
8;Sa. Full moon, xh. 3jm. morn. 4 30:7 26 8 12
4's!. Trinity Sunday. 430 7 26 9 20
5'Mo. (4) Battle of Magenta, 1859. 4 29,7 27 10 20
6 Tu. (5) Weber died, 1826. 4 29 7 2S 11 10
7;We. Mahomet died, 632. 4 28 7 2S 11 49
8 Th. Corpus Christi. 4 29 7 29 morn
9 Fr. 0 Last quarter, 7h. 4m. even. 4 2' 7 301 23
10 Sa. Plague at Smyrna, 18'7. 4 28 7 30 50
11 -. ist Sunday after Trinitv. 4 287 1 1 17
12 Mo.' ( i) Sir John Franklin d., i847.4 2' 7 31 1 41
13 Tu. (12) New York incorp'd, i6,5- 4 2s 7 8' 2 5
14 We. ',5) Polk died, 1849. 4 2s 7 3- 2 31
15 Ih. Magna Charta sig red, 1215. 4 2'7 33 3 0
16 Fr. Petersburg attacked, iS14. 4 2 7 3 sets
17 Sa. 0 New moon, 9h. 33m. even. 1 2 7 33 7 20
18 .. 2d Sunday after Trinity. 4 2s 7 :' S 13
19 Mo. (18) battle of Waterloo, riSi. 4 2' 7 34 9 3
20 Tu. (19) "The Alabama" sunk,8.4 4 2 7 31 9 47
21 \Ve. James Madison died, 1836. 4 2 7 34 10 26
22 Th. Philadelphia evacuated, 1778'.1 2 7 84 11 01
23 Fr. Battle of Springfield, 173. 4 2, 7 34 11 32
24 Sa. Battle of Solferino, 1859. 4 2S 7 35 morn
25 C. First quarter, 5h. 48nm. even. 4 2' 7 35 1
26 Mo. (25) George IV. died, 1830. 4 30 7 35 28
27 Tu. Cholera in New Vork, 1832. 4 3o 7 35 50
28 We. (26) Cromwell a Protect., 1659. 4 31 7 35 1 25
29 Th. Henry ('lay died, 182. 4 31 7 35 1 59
30 Fr. 'Printing invented, 141. 4 31 7 35 2 39
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D D IS
M IW MISCELLANEOUS. Rises Sts R
1 Sa. Battle of Malvern Hill, 1862. '4 32 7 35' rises
2 %. 0 Full moon, 8h. 4om. morn. 4 32 7 35, 8 2
3 Mo. Battle of Gettysburg, 1863. 4 33 7 34. 8 58
4 Tu. Capture of Vicksburg, 1863. 4 34 7 34 9 43
5 We. Battle of Chippewa, 18r4. 4 34 7 34 10 21
6 Th. Daguerre died, 1851. 4 5 7 33 1052
7 Fr. Parry, navigator, died, 1855. 4 85 7 33 11 19
8 Sa. Burke died, 1797. 4 86 7 33 11 43
9 *m. ) Last quarter, 8h. 13m. morn. 4 37 7 32 morn
10 MIo. (9) Gen. Taylor died, 1850. 4 37 7 32 10
11 Tu. rio) Gibraltar taken, 1704. 4 88 7 31 84
12 We. Cncsar burn, ,oo I. C. 4 39 7 81 1 2
13 Th. New Ynrk riot, 1863. 4 89 7 30 1 32
14 Fr. (Ir) Bon:aparte taken, x81. 4 40 7 30 2 8
15 Sa. Stony P'oit taken, 1778. 4 41 7 29 2 48
16;1 6th Sunlday after Trinity. 4 42 7 29 3 34
17 Mo. 9 New imoon, oh. 31m. even. 4 43 7 2- sets
18 'I'T. 13th French Revolution, i798. 4 43 7 27 S 27
19 We. (2,,) Rebel Congress met, 161. 4 44 7 21; i 3
20 Th. Massacre of Vateline, 1 20. 4 45 7 26 9 35
21 Fr. ist lull Run battle, AS61. 4 4 7 25 1' 5
22 Sa. Hayti independent, iSo -17 7 24 10 32
2:1 ,4. 7th Sulnda after Trinity. 4 4, 2 S 10 59
21 Nto. (23) Bagdad sacked, 1401. 4 4 7 22 11 27
25 I"'l. C' lirst quarter, oh. 55m morn. 4 49 7 22 11 .'s
24 We. Coleridge died, 1834. -I t) 7 21 morn
2-7 Th. Atlantic cable laid, 1866. 1 51 7 2t 11
24 Fr. Wilbertorce died, 1833. 4 .2 7 19 1 1l
29 Sa. Dr. Thomas Dick died, 1857. 4 53 1
:30 ,". 8th Sunday after Trinity. 4 :4 7 1$ 9
> 31 1Mo. 0 Full moon, 4h11 2m.even. 4 .5 7 17 rises
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SM W MISCELLANEOUS. Ri, S.v t Ri- a
1 Tu. Battle of the Nile, 1798. 4 56 7 116 15
2 i \e. Plague in London, r563. 1 r; 7 14 s r
8 Th. (2) Battle at Folly Island, 1863. 4 :s T 1; 9 19
4 Fr. (5) Battle Mobile Bay, 1864. i4 59 T 12- 9 4
5Sa. First book printed, 1462. 5) 0 711 10 11
6 ,4. 9th Sunday after Trinity. 5 1 7 1010 '37
7 mo. ~ Last quarter, xth. 28m1. even 5 2 7 9 11 :
8 'T. Fort Gaines surrendered. 1804 ) : 7 11 ;'1
9 We. Ashburton Treaty, 1842. 4 7 6 morn
10 Th. Battle at Wilson's Creek, iSiz. 5 5 7 :, (i
11 Fr. Barbadnos destr., 1831. 5 4 45
12 Sa. King Philip shot, 1676. 7 2 1 2
13 0. zoth Sunday after Trinity. 5 7 1 2 17
14 Mo. (i3) Cortes took Mexico, 15:. ) 0 7 11
15 Tu. Fort Erie taken, 1814. 16 4 1"2
16 \e. O New moon, 2h. in. mori1. 5 11 1i sets
17 'Th. BlombardnmcntofSuinter, 1'r 3. 1"2 5 2 1S
1 s 'r. Santa Fc occupied, 1346. 5 1 6 :4 S 85.
19 -a Thebes (lcstir)c ed. g-; li. C. i 6 .; 9
2)0 '. I th Sunl.i\ after Trinitv. 1) 6 1 0 ::
21 o. (20) The Atlhntic sunk, iS-. 5 1(A 6 ,)0 to 1
22 I'll. tIattle at ( ill. in, 182. 7 I 6 1 4 1> ::;
23! \We. : First (ii:irtiTr,6h.3mn. n1111 n 1T 6 -17 11 12
21 T'r. St. IBartlilo.inew mas':., w -., 5 6 12 u
", Fr. Caesar lands in Lng., I, I. C. 5 19 6 .144 muorn
26 'Sa. IBat. Sumnunersville, iSti. 7 1)6 -12 55
27 `41. 12th S hinhd:Lv after Trinit\. '-' 6 4111 2 0
2 'iMo. (17) little of l.ong Island, i--' 5 2' 6 :l : 11
29 !:T. 12S) i0nttle at Centerville, iSn,. 5 2 6 ::7 ri7 es
1 \We. l ull moon, ih. 25m. mnorn. 24 6 :(1i 7 16
T :1 Th. Bunvan died, 1688.5 25 6 34 7 44..,
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D DI
At W MISCELLANEOUS. Rise Sets Rises
1 Fr. Fall of Atlanta, 1864. 5 26 6 33 8 12
2 Sa. Great Fire, London, 1666. 5 27 6 31 8 36
3 ,-*. 3th Sunday after Trinity. 5 2S 6 29 9 3
4 Mo. (3) New Style, 1754. 5 29 6 2*s 9 31
5 Tu. Bloody Bonner died, 1569. 5 30 6 26 10 3
S\Ve. I Last quarter, Sh. 14m. even. 5 31 6 2: 10 40
7Th. i Boston settled, 1630. 5 32 6 23I3 11 2-
8rFr. ISebastopol taken, 1855. 5 33 6 21 morn
9 Sa. iDog Days end. 5 34 6 2" S
10 '. i4th Sunday after Trinity. 5 35 6 18, 1 2
11 Mo. (o) Battle of Lake Erie, 1813. 5 36 6 16 2 1
SlTu. 'Battle at Augusta, K., 862. 5 37 6 15 3 3
1:'We. Ouebec taken. 1759. 5 3s 6 13 4 7
1-1' I l Nc\w moon, 211. 3111. even. 5 139 6 11 .ets
15 Fr. Surren. of llharlr's ler'y,862 5 40 6 9 7 5
16 Sa. Battle of Antietam, 1862. .5 41 6 S 7 35
17 -. iSth Sun day after Trinity. 5 42' 6 s 2
1 NI'. 7) I.U S. ('onst'n adopt., 1787.'5 4-i,- 4 s 35
19 Tu. Sheridan's tight, I8VA. 15 44 6 3 1 12
;I1 \We. Straus dier1, IS49. 5 4.) 6 1 19 1%
21 Th. FYirst quarter,oh. 16mn, even.'5 46 5 .59 10 .1'
22 Fr. iArnold's treasoi, 1780. 5 147i 11 .*,
-2 S. Major Andre anrrsted, 1780. !5 4; i 56 morn
21 .. t6th Simulay after Trinity. 5 49 54 5G
15 M'). (24) Albany taken, 1664. .)5 2 7
211 Iu. Plhiladelplhia taken, 1777. 51 515 51 3 17
27 We. The Arctic lost, 1854. 25 525 t50 4 27
2S T11. Full moon, oh. 48m. even. 5 1 5 4-s rises
291 Fr. iNew York taken, 1776. '5 54 40 6 36
S30 Sa. Whitfield died, 1770. 15 5' 44 7 4






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DD C% @ p
M \V MIISCELLANEOUS. R, Ris
1 ". i7th Sunday after Triiity. 5 5 65 43 7 30
2 Mo. (i) First Steamer in U.S., 307. 5 57 5 41 8 1
3 Tu. (2) First Railroad in U.S., 1833. 5 5, 5 ;:?! 8 35
4 We. Selkirk exiled, 1704. 6 0 5 3S 9 15
5 Th. Cornwallis died, 1805. 6 1 5 :6 10 0
6 Fr. Last quarter, oh. 36m. even. 6 2 -1 :.) 10 50
7 Sa. The Florida captured, ISi4. 6 3: 5 3 11 46
8 ",. i8th Sunday after Trinity. 6 4 5 :1 morn
9 Mo. (8) John Hlancock died, 1703. 6 55 : 3n 46
10 Tu. Bat. Blue Springs, Tenn., 163. 7 -) 2 1 49
11 We. (it) New Style, France, I5 02. 6 5 *7 2 '
12 TIi. Itattle of Strasburg, S1,4. 6 9 L: 4 2
13 Fr. IM urat shot, ii:' 6 1 *)5 ;) 5 10
14 Sa. 0 New moon, h. 23111n. miorn. 11 53 22 s:ts
1.5 4. i)th Sundlav after Trinity. 1 ',' 2 3
16 Muo. i(5) Bank Panic, 1837. t; 1 5 1.! 7 8
17 Ti. Biurgoyne surrendered, 1777. 6 11 I 7 55
18 We. lalmersLton died, 186-. 1. I ;i 8S 42
19 Ti. Surrender of Co'rnwallis, 17 .. 6 16 11 9 42
20 Fr. O First (quarter, 6h. 5Sin. even. 6 s5 13 1) -19
21 SM. liattle of Tratal:ar, iSo;. 6 19 1 11 5l 7 T
22 %-4. 2otlh Sunday aitlr Trinity. 6 20 5 Imn, 1
23 .Mo. (22) Iatleo )f Red l.ink, 1777. ( 1 5 9 1 8
21 T'. Daniel Webster died, I856. 22 7 2 1
25 \We. Deimosthene;s died, I- t 1. (' 1 1 2: (; 21
2'1; Th. Great storing in :Enil:id, 1703. 6 21 5 4 23
27 Fr. llrutus died, 42 1. 6 2.5 :3 ri-es
'24 Sa. Full moon, 3h. i8m. even. .6 2; 2 ;, :;(
29 21. A2st Sunday after Trinit\. 6 21 1i 1
30 M. (2Q) Maryland a Free State, '(4 6 2 4 f 9 62 :
381 Tu. (30) Ex. I;ov..n s Aidr ,. G 29 I .6 7 10 7
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D MISCELLANEOUS. es ts R |
1 We. Charles Linnaeus died, 1783. 6 80 4 57 7 58
2 Th. Battle Roan Springs, x863. 6 81 4 56 8 42
3 Fr. Battle Snicker's Gap, 1862. 6 32 4 5 9 84
4 a. McClellan removed, 1862. 6 844 53 10 832
5 *. Last quarter, 7h. 59m. morn. 6 85 4 52 11 33
6 Mo. (5) Kepler died, 1630. 6 86 4 51 morn
7 Tu. (6) Lincoln elected, 1860. 6 87'4 54 36
8 We. Milton died, 1674. 6 884 49 1 40
9 Th. Arnold at )uebec, 1775. 6 404 48 2 47
10 Fr. Jacobins banished, 1794. 6 41:4 47 8 56
11 Sa. Luther born, 1483. 6 42 4 46 5 8
12 -. O New moon. oh. x3m. even. 6 43 4 45 sets
13 Mo. (12) Montreal captured, 1775. 16 44 4 44 5 4'
14 Tu. Charles Carroll died, 1832. 16 464 4: 4 6 i1
15 We. Surtwcll, botanist, died, x8t:7. 6 47 4 42 7 29
16 Th. Sherman en route Say., 1864. :6 4S 4 42 s 3s
17IFr. Suez Canalopened, 1869. :6 494 41 9 46
1s Sa. Napoleon disinterred, 1840. 16 5N 4 40 10 58
19 I,-i. I, first quarter, 3h. 5m. morn.'6 51 4 39 morn
20 Mo. (,9) Jay's Treaty, 1794. 6 53 4 39 7
21 Tu. Mariner's Comlpass, 1302. I1 54 4 3, 1 14
22 Wi'. (24) lBat. Lookout Mount., 1863 6 55 4 8s 2 19
23: Ti. Dr. Parkiman killed, 1849. 6 564 3 3 21
24 Fr. (25) Evacuat'n New York,x783 6 56 4 :36 4 22
25 .Sa. South (arolina Nullitic'n, 1832 'i 5S 4 3, 5 2
2rS' 0 Full moon, 8h. 5711. even. 6 59 4 3:,j rises
27 Mo. (26) Battle Vienna, Va., 186x. '7 0 1 3., 5) 8
28 Tti. Baron Steuben died, 1794. 7 2 4 35. 5 48
29 We. (3o) Battle Franklin, 1864. 7 34 14 6 834
S30 Th. Euripidcs died, 406 B. C. 7 4 4 84 7 27
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M 'CY _MISCELLANEOUS. Res Rises
1 Fr. Habeas Corpus restored, 1865. 7 54 841 8 21
2:Sa. John Brown hung, 1859. .7 4 83 921
3I-. Advent Sunday. 7 74 8 1021
4 Mo. (3) Siege of Knoxville, 186-. 7 8 4 8 11 24
5 Tu. : Last quarter, xh. 50. morn. 7 9 4 82 morn
6W\e. Rhode Island taken, 1776. 7 104 82 28
7 Th. :Ney shot, x815. 7 11 4 32 1 32
8 Fr. Proclamat'n of Amnesty, 1,63. 7 12 4 82 2 42
9 Sa. Sumter bombarded, 1863. 7 13 4 82 3 58
10l 2d Sunday in Advent. .7 144 82 sets
11 Mo. New moon, Irh. 6m. even. 7 15 4 82 4 15
12 Tn. Charles XlI. killed, 1718. 7 15 4 82 5 10
13 We. Battle of Fredericksburg, 1862 7 16 4 32 6 16
14 Th. iEmber Day. 7 16 4 33 7 27
15 Fr. ;Hartford Convention, 1814. 7 17 4 83 8 43
16 Sa. Boston Tea Party, 1773. 7 s1 4 83 9 55-
17 ". '3d Sunday in Advent. 7 18 4 83 11 5
18 Mo. v First quarter, 3h. 45m. even. 7 19 4 34 morn
19 Tu. Rome burned, 69. 7 20 4 34 11
210 We. South Carolina seceded, i~,x,. 7 20 4 35 1 15
21 Th. Savannah taken, 1864. 7 21 4 35 2 16
22 Fr. Pilgrims landed, 1620 7 21 4 .6 3 16
23 S:t. Xerxes enthroned, 486 B. . 7 224 36 4 17
24 ,_. Edwin M. Stanton died, Is' 7 22 4 :37 5 11
'5 Mo. CHRISTMAS. 7 23 4 3T 7 15
26( ri. Full moon, 4h. 3)m. even. 7 21 4 3s rises
27 We. St. John died, ,-,o A. 1). 7 23 4 :9 5 21
28 Th. Ghent Treaty ratified, 1814. 7 23 4 39 16
29 Fr. (30) The Jesuits founded, is 5. 7 24 4 40 7' 14
S30 Sa.. Buffalo burned, 181.. 7 244 41 8 13
.81 Tt Sunda- after Christmas. 7 24 4 42 ) 14 -,









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to Sell Land ................... 1.00
for other purposes .............. .5(
Probate of Willl, or Letters of Administra-
tion, estate not exceeding in value, $2,000.... .00
For every additional $1,000 in excess of
$2,000............ ........ ......... .50

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Protest ................. ........ .25
Receipts, for the payment of money or a debt
due, exceeding $2(, not being for mortgage,
judgment, or decree; and receipt for delivery
of property, except express receipts......... .02
SWarehouse, for goods not exceeding
$500 in value............................. .10
Exceeding $500 and not exceeding $1,000.. .20
Exceeding $1,000, for every additional $1,000
or fractional part .. ............... .10
for goods not otherwise provided for. .25
Writ) or other original process by which any
suit is commenced in any Court of Record ... .50
Sin any court not of record, amount claimed
being $100 or over ....................... .50
appeals from justice's courts............. .50
Warrant of Distress, amount of rent
not over $100 ..,, ... .... ,........... .25
Over$100 -.............. .... ..... 50

PENALTIES.-Penalty for making, signing, or issuing any
instrument, document, or paper of any kind whatsoever, without
the same being duly stamped, $200, and the instrument shall be
deemed invalid and of no effect or for counterfeiting stamps or
dies, $1,000, and imprisonment to hard labor not exceeding five
year.
Penas~y for making, signing, Issuing, accepting, or paying any
Bill of Exchange, Draft, Order, or Promissory Note without stamp,
$200.
Penalty tob accepting paying a foreign Bill of Exchange
without first affixing a stamp, $100.
Penalty recoverable from any Telegraph Company for receiv-
Ing or transmitting any message without the proper adhesive
stamp being affixed to a written copy thereof, $10.

EXEMPTIONS.-No stamp duty shall be required on
p wres .4f attorney or any other paper relating to appliratzlnm for
aountis, arrearages ,J pa,/, tr penaiona. or to the receipt Athrerf
fr ,n time to time ; nor on any warrant of attrne accompanying a
S/ tel r n'te, when such bond or note shall have affixed thereto the
stamp or stamps denoting the duty required; nor on certificates
of the measurement or weight of animals, wood, coal, or other
articles, nor on deposit notes to mutual' insurance companies for
insurance upon which policies subject to stamp duties have been or
are t, be issued; nor on any cer ificate of the record of a deed or
other instrument in writing, or of the acknowledgment or proof
thereof by attesting witnesses; nor upon affidavits in a suit where
the summnns has been stamped; nor upon an endorsement of any
negotiable instrument.






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RATES OF POSTAGE.

DOlYESTIC.
On all LErraT s throughout the United States, 8 cents
for each half ounce or fraction thereof.
DROP or LOCAL LETTERS, 2 cents where there is a free
carrier's delivery. At other offices, 1 cent.
VALUABLE LETTERS may be registered by the payment
of a registration fee of 20 cents.
MONEY can be sent with absolute safety by mail by
procuring a Money Order. The fees are, for $1 to $10,
ten cents; $20 to $50, twenty-five cents.
CIRCULARS, unsealed, not exceeding three in number,
to one address, 2 cents; the same rate for every three or
less number additional.
PRINTED BOOKS, in one package, to one address, 4
cents for each 4 ounces or fraction thereof.
On all TRANSIENT NEWSPAPERS, or other PRINTED MAT-
TER (Books and Circulars excepted), and on all Seeds,
Cuttings, &c., Pamphlets, Book MSS. and Proof Sheets,
Maps, Engravings, Blanks, Patterns, Envelopes, and
Photographs, contained in one package, to one address
2 cents for each 4 ounces or fraction thereof.
All Transient Matter, except duly certified letters of
Soldiers and Sailors, must be prepaid by stamps.
On all matter not above specified, same rate as letters.
~P"No package will be forwarded which weighs over
four pounds, except books published or circulated by
order of Congress.

FOREIGN,
On LETTERS TO GREAT BRITAI AND IRELAND.-For
every half ounce or fraction thereof, 6 cents if prepaid.
If not prepaid, 6 cents extra will be collected in Great
Britain, and 6 cents in the United States.
To THE GERMAN SrATES.-For every half ounce or frac-
tion thereof, via North German Union direct, 10 cents;
closed mail ,ivt England, 15 cents; prepayment optional.
To FRANCE, 10 cents for each half ounce or fraction
thereof; prepayment optional.
To Tu DI(MINION OF CANADA, per half ounce, any dis-
tance, 6 cents if prepaid; if not paid, 10 cents.
To other BRITISII NORTH AMERICAN PROVINCES, not over
: ;y.,)00 miles, 10 cents per half ounce; over ,0(00 miles, 15
Scents per half ounce. Prepayment compulsory.
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I DIFFERENCE OF TIME.
When it is 12 o'clock at noon at New York city, it will be morning
at all places west of New York, and afternoon at all places east; as in
the annexed table:

PLACE Morning. PLACE. Morning.
H. M. H. M. .
Auburn, N. Y......... 1 50 12 I Newbern, N. C....... 11 47 44
Augusta, Ga.......... 11 98 98 New Orleans, La...... 10 56 4
Baltimore, Md........ 11 49 38 Norfolk Va. ....... 11 50 49
Burlington, N. J...... 11 56 34 Pensacola Fla..... 11 8 0
Buffalo, N. Y......... 11 40 24 Philadelphia, Pa..... 1 55 25
Charleston, S. C...... 11 6 22 Point Hudson, W. T.. 8 45 6
Chicago, Ill........... 11 2 Princeton, N. J....... 11 57 26
Cincinnati, Ohio...... 11 18 16 Raleigh, N. C. ....... 11 40 52
Columbus, Ohio ...... 11 23 52 Richmond, Va........ 11 46 15
Detroit, Mich......... 11 23 54 Rochester, N. Y...... 11 44- 40
Dover, Del .......... 11 54 4 Sacramento, Cal..... 8 56 4
Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. 10 37 8 St. Augustine, Fla.... 11 29 44
Galveston, Texas...... 10 36 58 St. Louis, Mo......... 10 55 4
Geneva, N. Y......... 11 47 53 St. Paul, Minn. ...... 10 43 45
Harrisburg Pa...... 11 48 44 San Diego, Cal....... 9 7 11
Honolulu, S. I........ 6 24 8 San Francisco Cal... 8 46 19
Indianapolis, Ind...... 11 11 44 Santa Fe, N. M ... 9 51 59
Jackson, hM ......... 10 55 3211 Santa Cruz .......... 8 48 4
Jefferson, Mo......... 10 47 32 Savannah, Ga......... 11 31 32
Key West, Fla........ 11 28 54 Springfield, Ill........ 10 57 52
Knoxville Tenn...... 11 20 8 Tamptco, Mex....... 10 24 37
Little Roc Ark...... 0 47 16 Toronto, C. W........ 11 38 38
Louisville, y........ 11 14 4 Trenton, N. J......... 11 57 28
Mexico, Mex ...... 10 19 44 Utica, N. Y.......... 11 55 12
Milledgevile, Ga..... 11 22 45 Vera Cruz, lex....... 10 31 30
Milwaukee, Wis ..... 11 4 16 Vincennes,Ind ........ 11 6 4
Mobile, Ala ......... 11 0 2 Washington, D. C.... 11 47 r,3
Nashville, Tenn...... 11 8 8 Wheeling, V. Va..... 11 33 16
Natchez, lMi.s........ 10 50 26 Wilmingtr.n, N. C ... 11 43 14
SNewark, N. J......... 11 59 Q4 Wilmington, Del...... 11 54 12

PLACE. Aftern'n PLACE. Aftern'n.

Albany, N. Y......... 6 Lowell, Mass......... 10
Autsta, Me. ......... 0 16 44 Middlitown, Ct....... o 5 :
Berlin, Prussia ....... 5 49 39 Montreal, L. C ...... 0 1 41
Boston, Mass......... 0 11 50 New Haven, Ct....... 0 4 2:
Constantinople ....... 6 5 0 Paris, Frant e......... 6 5 6
D)ublin.............. 4 30 42 Portland, Me......... 0 15 10
Idoinburgh ........... 3 43 sl Providence, R. I...... 0 10
Frederickton N. B... 0 9 4 Quebec, L. C......... 0
Halifax, N. ....... 0 41 8 Rome, Italy....... ... 45
Hamburg, Ge...... 5 35 58 St. Petersburg........ 6 67 18
Hartford, Ct.......... 5 21 Stotkholm, Sweden... 6 8 18
SLondon, Eng. ........ 4 55 41 Vienna, Austria ...... 6 1 37

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P Htstanfs fimn |R, AU o f
TO 8OME OF THE

MOST IMPORTANT PLACES in NORTH AMERICA.


FROM NEW YORK TO Mile8. Hours.
Boston.......................... .... 236 8
Philadelphia ...................... 87 4
Baltimore.... ..... .......... .. 185 91
Washington......... ..... ..... 224 10*
Albany .................... 144 51
Portland ..... ia Boston....... 347 13
White Mountains Windsor...... 823 133
Saratoga Springs...... ...... 183 8
Burlington................... 301 14
Montreal ............... ... ..... 399 19
Buffalo ........via Albany........ 442 16
Niagara Falls ... 447 16
Dunkirk ..... Erie R. R..... 461 184
Cleveland..... ..... 603 24
Cincinnati ... Pittsburg...... 790 33
Detroit ....... Erie R. ..... 676 31
Chicago..... ..... 939 423
Milwaukee .... ..... 1024 46
St. Paul....... " ..... 1623 132
St. Louis...... Cincinnati ... 1130 52
Pittsburg .... Philadelphia. 440 19
Wheeling .... Baltimore 564 26
New Orleas... Richmon. .. 1573 92
Charleston.. WI ington... 811 46J
Savannah, Gai ............... ... 1080 611
Montg(mtery, Ala.............. 1130 84
Mobile, Ala .................... . 1310 99
Memphis, Tenn ......... .... 1126 52
La rosee . ................. .. 1214
St. Joseph .......... ........ 1412
Council Bluffs............. .. . 1 )29
Omaha ........ ......... ... 1894
Cheyenne, via 1( Pacific R. R... 1944
SSacramento.... 3172
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