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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1876
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:
UF00076636:00014

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1876
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:
UF00076636:00014

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Title Page and Front Matter
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
        Page 27
        Page 28
        Page 29
        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
    January 1876
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
    February 1876
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
    March 1876
        Page 69
        Page 70
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
    April 1876
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
    September 1876
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
    October 1876
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
        Page 107
        Page 108
        Page 109
        Page 110
    November 1876
        Page 111
        Page 112
        Page 113
    December 1876
        Page 114
        Page 115
        Page 116
        Page 117
        Page 118
        Page 119
        Page 120
        Page 121
        Page 122
        Page 123
        Page 124
        Page 125
        Page 126
        Page 127
        Page 128
        Page 129
    Back Matter and Notes
        Page 130
        Page 131
        Page 132
        Page 133
        Page 134
        Page 135
        Page 136
        Page 137
        Page 138
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        Page 140
        Page 141
        Page 142
        Page 143
        Page 144
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        Page 155
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    Back Cover
        Page 169
        Page 170
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DIFFERENCE OF TIME.
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When it is twelve o'clock, mean noon, at HARVARD
COLLEGE OBSERVATORY, it will be morning at all places
WEST, and afternoon at all places EAST, as shown in the
following table.


MORNING.
H. M. S.
Albany, N. Y...... x 49 31
Baltimore, Md..... x 38 3
Brooklyn, N. Y .. 11 48 36
Buffalo, N. Y.....I 28 50
Canton, China..... 12 17 38
Chicago, Ill....... 10 53 59
Cincinnati, Ohio..." 6 32
Cleveland, Ohio... x 17 6
Concord, N. IH....I 58 34
Detroit, Mich...... I 12 20
Galveston, Texas.. o1 25 24
Hartford, Conn.... i 53 47
Indianapolis, Ind.. 10 59 53
Iowa City, Ia. ... 10 38 31
Leavenworth, Kan.xo 25 34
Little Rock, Ark... zo 35 42
Louisville, Ky.... 11 2 30
Memphis, Tenn... o- 43 58
Milwaukee, Wis... io 52 53
Mobile, Ala....... o 52 24
Montpelier, Vt ... 54 6
Newark, N. J..... i 47 50
New Orleans, La.. o 44 30
New York Citv.... I 48 30
Omaha City, Ne.. o1 20 48
Philadelphia, Pa... i 43 50
Pittsburg, Pa...... I 24 22
Providence, R.I...I1 58 55
Quebec, C. E..... i 59 42
Richmond, Va..... I 34 40
Rochester, N. Y... i 33 6
Salt Lake City, U. q9 6 56
San Francisco, Cal. 8 34 53
Savannah, Ga..... i 20 9
Springfield. Mass.. i- 54 7
St. Louis, Mo..... o 43 29


MORNING.
H. M. S.
St. Paul, Minn.... o 32 Ix
Syracuse, N. Y.... ix 39 42
Tallahassee, Fla.. .i 6 6
Washington, D. C. Ix 36 19
Wilmington, Del..Ix 42 19
AFTERNOON.
Alexandria, Egypt. 6 43 57
Athens, Greece.... 6 19 26
Bangor, Maine.... 12 9 22
Berlin, Prussia.... 5 38 6
Boston, Mass...... 12 o 16
CapeTown, C.G.H. 5 38 27
Constantinople,Tur. 6 40 28
Copenhagen, Den.. 5 34 51
Dublin, Ireland ... 4 19 9
Edinburgh, Scot... 4 31 48
Geneva, Switz..... 5 9 7
Gibraltar, Spain .... 4 23 8
Glasgow, Scot.. .. 4 35 33
Greenwich, Eng... 4 44 31
Halifax, N. S...... 12 30 3
Jerusalem, Pal.... 7 5 24
Lisbon, Port...... 4 7 57
Madras, India..... 10 5 29
Madrid, Spain.... 4 29 48
Naples, Italy ...... 5 41 33
Paris, France..... 4 53 52
Portland, Me. .....12 3 32
Rio Janeiro, Brazil. I 52 47
Rome, Italy....... 5 34 2*
St. John, N. B.... 2 20 17
St. Petersburg,Rus. 6 45 45
Stockholm, Swed.. 5 56 46
Strasburg, Ger.... 5 15 32
Vienna, Austria.... 5 50 3


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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.


MEASURE OF LENGTH.
4 In. make I Hand. 3 Feet make I Yard.
7 In. I Link. A 5 Yds. Rod or Pole.
18 In. i Cubit. 40 Poles i Furlong.
12 In. ( Foot. 8 Fur. i Mile.
6 Ft. T Fathom 69 1-6 Miles r Degree.
60 Geograpmcal Miles make i Degree.
MEASURE OF SURFACE.
144 Square Inches make I Square Foot.
9 Square Feet I Square Yard.
30, Square Yards I Rod,Perch or Pole.
40 Square Rods Square Rood.
4 Square Roods Square Acre.
o1 Square Chains Square Acre.
640 Square Acres z Square Mile.
Gunter's Chain equal to 22 Yards or zoo Links.
MEASURE OF SOLIDITY.
1728 Cubic Inches make I Cubic Foot.
27 Cubic Feet r Cubic Yard.
AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT.
2791 Grains make i Drachm (dr.) or 271 Grains.
16 Drachms Ounce (oz.) or 437. <
i6 Ounces Pound (lb.) or 7000 "
28 Pounds Quarter (qr.)
4 Quarters Hundred-Weight (cwt.)
20 Cwts. Ton.

TROY WEIGHT.
24 Grains make z Pennyweight, or 24 Grains.
20 Pennywts. z Ounce, or 480 "
12 Ounces r Pound, or 5760 "
APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT.
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3 Scruples I Drachm. 12 Ounces z Pound.
DIAMOND WEIGHT.
16 Parts make i Grain (8-ioths Grain Troy.)
14 Grains z Carat (3 i-5th Grains Troy.)










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INTEREST TABLE.
SEVmET P:mBER, OCElNT-

TIM E.i$ $ 4 $5 $6 $7 $8 $9 $10 $100 $I1oo

I DAY. 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 2 19
2 o o o o o o o 4 39
3 00o 0 0 0 0 I I 6 58
4 ( 0 0 o I I I i 8 78
5 "* o0oo O I I I I I IO 97
6 0 0 o I I I I I 12 I 17
7 I I I I i I 14 136
8 0 1 I i 2 16 156
9 o 0 I I 1 1 2 2 18 I 75
10 o I I I I 2 2 2 19 I 94
I 01 O0 I I I 2 2 2 21 2 14
12 0 1I I I 2 2 2 2 23 2 33
13 I 2 2 2 2 3 25 2 53
14 0 1 I 2 2 2 2 3 27 2 72
15 I I 2 2 2 3 3 29 2 92
16 2 2 2 2 3 3 31 3 1
17 o 2 2 2 3 3 3 33 3 31
18 1 x 2 2 2 3 3 4 35 3 5
19 O I 2 2 3 3 3 4 37 369
20 o 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 39 3 89
21 o 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 41 4 08
22 I I 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 43 4 28
23 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 45 4 47
24 o 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 47 4 67
25 0 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 49 4 86
26 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 5 06
27 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 53 525
28 9" I I 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 54 5 44
29 2 3 3 4 5 5 6 56 5 64
SMON. 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 58 5 83
2 4 5 6 7 8 9 I 12 1 17 1 67
3 2 4 5 7 9 II 12 14 i6 18 I 75 17 50
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11 z 6 13 19 26 32 39 45 51 58 64 6 42 64 I7
I YEAR. 7 14 21 28 35 42 49 56 63 70 7 00 7 00







RATE OF INCOME ON INVESTMENTS,
Par value being $ioo, bearing interest at
Price Paid. 5% 6% 7% 8% 10%
$50 10.00 12.00 I4.00 i6.00 20.00
55 9.09 10.90 12.72 14-55 I8.18
60 8.33 10.00 ii.66 13-33 16.66
65 7.69 9.23 10.76 12.30 15.38
70 7-14 8.57 I0.00 I1.42 14.28
75 6.66 8.oo 9-33 io.66 13-35
8o 6.25 7-50 8.75 I0.00 12.50
824 6.o6 7.27 8.48 9.69 12.12
85 5.88 7.05 8.23 9-41 II.76
871 5-71 6.85 8.oo 9.14 T1.42
9o 5-55 6.66 7.77 8.88 IT.ii
921 5.40 6.48 7-56 8.64 io.8o
95 5.26 6.31 7-36 8.42 10.52
96 5.20 6.25 7.29 8.33 10.41
97 5.I5 6.i8 7.21 8.24 10.30
971 5.12 6. 5 7.17 8.20 10.25
98 5.10 6.12 7.14 8.16 10.20
99 5.05 6.o6 7.07 8.08 TO.10
100 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.o00 o.oo
TOI 4.95 5.94 6.93 7.92 9.90
102 4.90 5.88 6.86 7.84 9.80
103 4.85 5.82 6.79 7.76 9.70
104 4.80 5.76 6.73 7.69 9.61
105 4.76 5-71 6.66 7.61 9.52
Io1 4.54 5.45 6.36 7.27 9.09
115 4-34 5.21 6.08 6.95 8.69
120 4.16 5.00 5.83 6.66 8.33
125 4.00 4.80 5.60 6.40 8.00
130 3.84 4.61 5-38 6.15 7.69
135 3-70 4.44 5.18 5.92 7.40
140 3-57 4.28 5.00 5.71 7.14
145 3.44 4.13 4.82 5-51 6.89
150 3-33 4.00 4.66 5-33 6.66









VALUE OF


- FOREIGN COINS'

AS DETERMINED BY

U. S. MINT ASSAYS.

D. C. M.
AUSTRIA ........Gold, Quadruple Ducat........ 9 13 a
SDucat ................. 2 28 3
"' Sovereign (no lon'r coin'd) 6 75 4
Silver, Rix Dollar............. I o 2
BELGIUM........ Gold, Twenty-five Franc piece. 4 82 5
Silver, Five Francs........... o 96 5
Two Francs............ o 38 6
BOLIVIA ......... Gold, Doubloon..............5 5o 3
BRAZIL.......... Silver, Double Milreis......... I o 41
CEN. AMERICA... Gold, Escudo................. I 84 4
"( D ollar................. o 98 I
Four Reals............ o 48 8
CHILI ........... Gold, Doubloon (before 1835)..15 50 3
Silver, Dollar............. .. o 96 2
DENMARK ....... Gold, Dble. Fred. or ro-Thaler. 7 90 0
Silver, Rigsbank Daler......... o 54 2
EGYPT ......... Silver, Twenty Piasters......... o 96 5
Piaster (new) .......... o 4
FRANCE......... Gold, Twenty Francs.......... 3 84 7
Silver, Five Francs............ o 96 5
GERMAN EMPIRE.Silver, Five Marks (new).... o 96 5
S Thaler (no longer coined) o 71 5
GREAT BRITAIN..Gold, Sovereign .............. 4 86 6
Silver, Half Crown ........... o 56 3
Shilling................ o 22 5
Sixpence.......... .. o 11 3
GREECE .........Gold, Twenty Drachmas....... 3 44 2
HINDOSTAN..... Silver, Rupee................ o 45 7
ITALY........... Gold, Twenty Lire............ 3 84 7
Silver, Five Lire.............. o 96 o
JAPAN........... Gold, Twenty Yen (new)......19 94 4
SChobang (obsolete)...... 3 57 6
Silver, Fifty Sen......... .... o 42 8
MEXICO. ....... Gold, Doubloon (average)..... 5 59 3







VALUE OF FOREIGN COINS.


D. C. M.
NETHERLANDS.. Gold, Ducat................. 2 26 5
S Ten Guilders ........... 3 99 7
Silver, Two-and-a-half Guilders. 1 1 2
Guilder............ o 40 5
NEW GRANADA.. Silver, Dollar, usual weight .... o 96 o
NORWAY ........Silver, Specie Daler........... 8 4
PERU............Silver, Old Dollar............. 4 3
Dollar (1858)............. o 92 8
Half Dollar (1838)....... o 37 5
"< Sol .................... o 96 o
PORTUGAL....... Gold, Crown ................ 5 8o 7
Silver, Crown of rooo Reis..... o 97 2
SHalf Crown (500 Reis)... o 48 6
RUSSIA.......... Gold, Five Roubles........... 3 97 6
Silver, Rouble ................ o 77 8
SPAIN...........Gold, Ten Escudos.......... 5 1 5
," One Hundred Reals..... 4 96 4
Silver, One Peseta............. o 19 3
Pistareen (4 Reals Vellon) o 17 8
SWEDEN......... Gold, Five Pesetas (Dollar). ... o 96 o
Silver, Half Daler............. o 52 o
Rixdaler .......... o 27 3
TURKEY......... Gold, Hundred Piasters....... 4 37 0
Twenty Piasters (new)... o 85 2
--*--NKOOO----

VALUES IN UNITED STATES MONEY
OF THE

PURE GOLD OR SILVER,
REPRESENTING RESPECTIVELY THE 1MONET. RY UNITS
AND STANDARD COINS OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

The first section of the Act of March 3, 1873, provides
"that the value of foreign coin, as expressed in the money
of account of the United States, shall be that of the pure
metal of such coin of standard value," and that "the values
of the standard coins in circulation of the various nations of
the world shall be estimated annually by the Director of the
Mint, and be proclaimed on the first day of January by the
Secretary of the Treasury."







VALUE OF FOREIGN COINS.


The estimates of values contained in the following table
are those made by the Director of the Mint, January ist,
1875, in compliance with the above stated provisions of law.


COUNTRY.


Argentine Repub.
Austria ......
Belgium ... ....
Bolivia........
Brazil...........
British America..
Bogota.... .
Central America.
Chili............
Cuba.........
Denmark........
Ecuador........
Egypt ........
France.......
Great Britain....
Greece ......
German Empire..
Hayti..........
India ....... ..
Italy...........
Japan...........
Liberia ........
Mexico .. ...
Netherlands....
Norway .......
Paraguay........
Peru ..........
Porto Rico......
Portugal ........
Russia..........
Sandwich Islands.
Spain ..........
Sweden.........
Switzerland .....
Tripoli .........
Tunis .........
Turkey ... .....
U.S. of Colombia.
Uruguay.......


MONETARY UNIT. STANDARD.


Peso fuerte........
Florin ...........
Franc ..........
Dollar ...........
Milreis of 0ooo reis.
Dollar...........
,Peso.............
Dollar..........
Peso..............
Peso ..............
Crown...........
Dolar. ..... ......
Pound of ioo piast's.
Franc ...... ...
Pound sterling....
Drachma..........
M ark .............
Dollar........ ...
Rupee of x6 annas..
Lira............. .
Yen..............
Dollar... .. .....
Dollar. ..........
Florin.........
Crown ............
Peso..... ........
D ollar. ..... .....
Peso.............
Milreis of 1ooo reis.
Roubl. of zoocop'ks.
Dollar. ... ........
Peseta of ioo centim.
Crown ............
Franc.............
Mahbub of 20 piast's
Piaster of 16 caroubs
Piaster.........
Peso..............
Patacon ..........


Gold ......
Silver .....
Gold & silv.
Gold & silv.
Gold ......
Gold......
Gold......
Silver .....
Gold......
Gold ......
Gold......
Silver .....
Gold ......
Gold & silv.
Gold ......
Gold & silv.
Gold......
Silver....
Silver ....
Gold & silv.
Gold......
Gold......
Silver....
Silver.....
Gold......
Gold ......
Silver .....
Gold ......
Gold ......
Silver .....
Gold ......
Gold & silv.
Gold ......
Gold & silv.
Silver .....
Silver .....
Gold......
Silver .....
Gold......


VALUE,
D. C. M.
I 00
o 45 3
o 19 3
o 96 5
o 54 5
I 00
o 91 2
o 91 8
o 91 2
o 92 5
o 26 8
o 91 8
4 97 4
o 19 3
4 86 6&
o 19 3
o 23 8
o 95 2
o 43 6
o i9 3
o 99 7
I 00
o 99 8
o 38 5
,o 26 8
I 00
o 91 8
o 92 5
i 84
o 73 4
I 00
o 19 3
o 26 8
o 19 3
o 82 9
o ir 8
o 43
o 91 8
o 94 9


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RATES OF POSTAGE.


POSTAL CARDS, costing r cent each, on which short
communications may be written, can be purchased at any
Post Office, and sent to any part of the United States or
Dominion of Canada.
LETTERS TO ANY PART OF THE UNITED STATES or
DOMINION OF CANADA, 3 cents for each 1-2 ounce or part
thereof.- DROP LETTERS, 2 cents for each 1-2 ounce, at all
letter-carrier offices; at other offices, I cent. -VALUABLE
LETTERS may be registered on application at the office of
mailing, and the payment of a registration fee of 8 cents on
domestic letters. Fees on foreign letters variable.
TRANSIENT NEWSPAPERS, Periodicals, Pamphlets, Proof
Sheets, Books, Book Manuscripts, Circulars, Engravings,
Blanks, Articles of Merchandise, Seeds, Cuttings, Bulbs,
Roots, and other mailable matter, I cent for each 2 ounces
or part thereof.- Newspaper, Magazine, and Music Manu-
scriptsare subject to letter postage. All packages of mail
matter not charged with letter postage must be so arranged
that the same can be conveniently examined by Postmasters;
if not, letter postage will be charged. No package will be
forwarded by mail which weighs over 4 pounds.
ALL POSTAL MATTER, for delivery within the United
States and Dominion of Canada, must be prepaid by stamps.
LETTERS TO GREAT BRITAIN OR IRELAND, 6 cents for
each 1-2 ounce. Prepayment optional, but subject to a fine
of 6 cents in addition to postage, if wholly or partly unpaid.
LETTERS TO FRANCE, 9 cents for each 1-2 ounce. Pre-
payment optional.
LETTERS TO GERMANY, direct 6 cents; by closed mail,
via England, 7 cents for each 1-2 ounce. Prepayment
optional. Double rates if unpaid.
POSTAL CARDS may be sent to Germany or Switzerland
by adding a I-cent postage stamp.
MONEY ORDERS can be obtained at the following rates of
commission: On orders not exceeding $10o, 5 cents; from
$io to $20, zo cents; from $20 to $30, 15 cents; from $30 to
$40, 20 cents; from $40 to $50, 25 cents. No single order
issued for more than $5o. Parties desiring to remit a larger
sum must obtain additional money orders.








FESTIVALS AND FASTS FOR 1876.

Epiphany . . . . ...... .. Jan'y 6
Septuagesima Sunday ...... .. Feb'y x3
Quinquagesima Shrove Sunday . .. Feb'y 27
Ash Wednesday . . .... . March x
First Sunday in Lent . . ... March 5
St. Patrick . . . . . . Mar. 17
Palm Sunday . . . . .... April 9
Good Friday . . . . ... April 14
Easter Sunday . . . . .... April 16
Low Sunday ........... April 23
St. George ............. April 23
Rogation Sunday . . . . ... .May 21
Ascension Day Holy Thursday .... .May 25
Pentecost Whit Sunday. ...... . June 4
Trinity Sunday ...... . . June ii
Corpus Christi ... .. . . . June 15
St. John, Baptist . . . . June 24
Michaelmas Day ...... . . Sept 29
St. Andrew ............. Nov. 30
First Sunday in Advent . ... Dec. 3
St. Thomas . . . . . Dec. 21
Christmas Day. ... . . . Dec. 25


MORNING AND EVENING STARS.
MERCURY will be Evening Star about January 28th,
May 2 st, and September 17th; and Morning Star about
March loth, July 8th, and October 28th.
VENUS will be Evening Star till July x4th, and
Morning Star the rest of the year.
JUPITER will be Morning Star till May x7th, then Eve-
ning Star till December 4th; and Morning Star again the
rest of the year.








ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1876.


IN the year 1876 there will be four eclipses; two of
the Sun, and two of the Moon.
I. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, night of
March 9-io. Visible to the world generally, except to
Asia and Australia; occurring as follows:

N. YORK. BOSTON. CHICAGO.
Enters Penumbra. 9 1] I A. 9 II 13 A. 9 10 7 A.
Enters Shadow... ro o 25M. o10 37 M. 9 I1 31 A.
Middle of Eclipse. 1o I 25 M. 10 i 37 M. 10 o 3IM.
Leaves Shadow... o0 2 25 M. 10 2 37 M. 1o i 31 M.
Leaves Penumbra. o1 3 49 M. 10 4 i IA. Io 2 55 AM.
Magnitude of Eclipse = 0.298; Moon's diameter = i.
II. An ANNULAR ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, March
25th. Visible to North America and Northern Pacific
Ocean. To Vancouver Island, it will be nearly central
and annular. To the following places it will be visible, at
the times given, as a partial Eclipse only:
Eclipse begins. Eclipse ends.
Boston . .. 25d. 4h. I4m. A. 25d. 511. 52111. A.
New York . 25d1. 4h. om. A. 251. 5h. 38111. A.
Chicago . .25d. 2h. 451. A. 25d(. 4h. 38111. A.
Philadelphia . 25d. 3h. 57m. A. 25d. 5h. 31111. A.
Washington . 25d. 3h. 5om. A. 25d(. 5h. 211i. A.
Charleston . 25d 3h. 48m. A. 25d. 411. 431n. A.
New Orleans . 25d. 2h. 581. A. 25d. 3h. 43nm. A.
St. Louis . 25d. 2h. 34m. A. 2cd. 4h. 22m. A.
Denver . . 25d. oh. 5im. A. 25d. 3h. 131. A.
Salt Lake . 25d. oh. 12m. A. 25d. 2h. 48m. A.
III. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, September
3d; invisible. Visible to the world generally, except to
North America and Pacific Ocean.
IV. A TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, September I~th;
invisible. Visible to Australia and Southern Pacific Ocean.













BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES. NEW YORK.
4th 10h. 40m. a.m. First Quarter. 4th 10h. 28m. a.m.
1lth Ih. 39m. a.m. Full Moon. 11th lb. 27m. a.m.
18th 4h. 5m. a.m. Last Quarter. 18th 3h. 53m. a.m.
26th 8h. 58m. a.m. New Moon. 26th 8h. 46m. a.m.

33oston. 41876.- Netb York.
HIGH TIDE. HIGH TIDE.
Moon Sun D 04 D Bun Moon
R.& 8. Morn'g Even'g R.& S. of of R.& S. Morn'g Even'g R. & S.
h.m h. . m. M i t M a. m. h.m. A.m. m m.
9 32 2 26 2 46 r7 30 I Sa i r7 25 II 29 11 50 9 34
1o 39 3 5 3 25 S4 39 2 2 s4 44 ..... o I 10o 40
11 47 3 47 4 9 r7 30 3 Mo 3 r7 25 o 33 o 55 1 46
morn 4 32 4 57 s4 41 4Tu 4 S4 46 1 19 1 44 morn
o 58 5 24 5 51 r7 30 5 We 5 r7 5 2 10 2 37 o 56
2 13 6 20 6 52 s4 43 6 Th 6 s4 48 3 6 3 38 2 9
3 33 7 26 8 o r7 30 7 Fr 7 r7 25 4 11 4 45 3 28
4 54 8 35 9 9S4 45 8 Sa 8 s4 50 5 20 5 55 4 48
6 11 9 43 1o i6 r7 29 9 9 r7 24 6 29 7 i 6 4
7 19 ro 48 11 17 4 47 Ioo 1o s4 52 7 32 8 o 7 12
rises r1 44 ..... r7 29 l, Tu rI r7 24 8 27 8 57 rises
6 35 0 11 o 38 S4 49 12 We 12 s4 54 9 25 9 50 "6 39
7 53 I 3 i 27 r7 28 13 Th 13 r7 23 io 12 10 33 7 56
9 7 I 50 2 12 S4 51 14 Fr 14 s4 56 ro 54 1x 16 9 9
10 17 2 34 2 55 r7 27 15 Sa 15 r7 23 II 38 ..... 1O 17
t1 24 3 15 3 36 s4 54 16 c 16 s4 58 o 0 0 22 II 23
morn 3 57 4 19 r7 26 17 Mo 17 r7 22 o 44 I 6 morn
0 30 4 42 5 7 s4 56 IS Tu IS s5 I 29 I 53 0 27
I 35 5 32 5 59 r7 25 19 We 19 r7 21 2 18 2 45 I 31
2 40 6 27 6 55 s4 59 0 Th 20 s5 3 3 12 3 40 2 35
3 44 7 23 7 51 r7 24 2 Fr 2r r7 20 4 8 4 36 3 38
4 45 8 20 8 48 s5 22 Sa 22 S5 5 5 4 5 32 4 38
5 41 9 16 9 42 r7 23 3 % 23 r7 S8 6 6 28 5 34
6 30 io 8 io 32 s5 3 24 Mo 24 S5 8 6 54 7 18 6 23
sets. io 56 1i 18 r7 2r 25 Tu 25 r7 17 7 40 8 o sets
5 10 II 39 II 59 s5 6 6 We 26 s5 io 8 21 8 43 5 15
6 18 ..... o 19 r7 20 27 Th 27 r7 15 9 5 9 26 6 22
7 25 o 39 o 58 s5 8 28 Fr 28 s5 12 9 45 10 3 7 27
8 32 I 17 I 36 r7 18 29 Sa 29 r7 14 io 20 io 38 8 33
b 40 I 55 2 14 s5 1I 30 Z 30 s5 15 Io 56 1 16 9 40
1o 49 2 34 2 54 r7 16 31 Mo31 3r7 12 I 37 I1 59 10 47














BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES. NEW YORK.
2d 9h. 9m. p.m. First Quarter. 2d 8h. 57m. p.m.
9th Ih. 3m. p.m. Full Moon. 9th Oh. 51m. p.m.
17th Oh. 12m. a.m. Last Quarter. 17th Oh. Om. a.m.
23th Ih. 36m. a.m. New Moon. 25th Ih. 24m. a.m.

33oston. 41876. Neta Yort.


HIGH TIDE.
Moon -------Sun
R. & S. Morn'g Even'g R. & S.
A. m. h. I. H. nL. A. m.
1


3 36 r7 15
4 25 s5 15
5 25 r7 13
6 35 s5 18
7 49 r7 Io
9 2 S5 20
10 9 r7 8
II 51s5 23
Ir 53,r7 6
o 15,s5 25
o 58 r7 3
I 371s5 28
2 i71r7 o
2 36 S5 31
3 38 r6 58
4 24 s5 33
5 S8 r6 55
6 i8 s5 36
7 20 r6 52
8 20os5 38
9 16 r6 49
to 6 s5 41
10 53 r6 46
11 32 s5 43
. .. .. r6 43
o 27,s5 46
S5 r6 40
I 45 s5 48
2 27 r6 37


1


D D
3A, M
oI aT of


2 We 2
3 'I'l 3
4 Fr 4
5 Sa 5
6 S 6
7 No 7
8 Tu 8
9 We 9
10L Ti 10
ii Fr 11
12 Sa 12
13 5 13
14 Mo 14
15 Tu 15
16 We 16
17 Ti 17
IS Fr 18
19 Sa 19
20 B 20
21 MO 21
22 Tl 22
23 We 23
24 Th 24
25 Fr 25
26 Sa 26
27 $ 27
28 Mo 28
29 Tu 29

. . .


HIGH TIDE.
Sun
R. & S. Morn'g Even'g
h. m. A. m. h.m.

r7 ..... 22
S5 IS 0 46 1 12
17 9 I 40 2 II
S5 21 2 45 3 21
r; 7 3 57 4 33
S5 23 5 to 5 47
r7 5 6 23 6 55
S5 26 7 23 7 48
r7 2 8 12 8 37
S5 28 9 1 9 23
r7 o 9 44 10 3
S5 31 10 22 10 40
r6 58 o1 59 Ix 19
S5 33 11 40 ..
r6 55 0 2 O 24
S5 36 0 47 1 1I
r6 53 1 37 2 4
S5 38 2 33 3 4
r6 50 3 351 4 5
S5 40 4 35 5 4
ro 47 5 33 6 2
S5 43 6 28 6 52
r6 44 7 15 7- 37
S5 45 7 56 8 14
r6 41 8 34 8 54
S5 48 9 13 9 32
r6 38 9 52 10 Ii
S5 50 10 29 10 48
r6 35 I 9 1 33
.... .... 1....


morn
0 I
I 17
2 35
3 51
5 1
6 o
6 46
rises
6 42
7 54
9 4
10 12
Iz 19
morn
o 26
1 32
2 35
3 34
4 26
5 Io
5 46
6 16
sets
6 20
7 29
8 39
9 52
ii 8

***..


3 14
3 59
4 53
5 59
7 12
8 26
9 37
10 38
Ir 30

0 37
I i8
1 57
2 36
3 16
4 o
4 5
5 48
6 49
7 50
8 49
9 42
10 30
11 r3
II 13
11 51
o 9
o 46
1 25
2 5
.....


Moon
R.&S.

x1 58
inorn
I 12
2 29
3 44
4 53
5 53
6 40
rises
6 44
7 55
9 3
10 10
11 12
miorn
0 21
1 26
2 28
3 27
4 19
5 3
5 40
6 ii
sets
6 22
7 29
8 38
9 49
I 4


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BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES NEW YORK.
3rd 5h. 4m. a.m. First Quarter. 3rd 4h. 52m. a.m.
10th Ih. 28:n. a.m. Full Moon. 10th lh. 16m. a.m.
17th 8b. 40m. p.m. Last Quarter. 17th 8h. 28m. p.m.
2jth 3h. 28m. p.m. New Moon. 23th 3h. 16m. p.m.


Boston. 41876.*


HIoH TIDE.
Moon ----- Sun
K. & S. Morn'g Even'g R. & S.
A. m. h.. h. m. i.
morn 2 50 3 14 r6 35
o 25 3 40 4 9 S5 52
1 4! 4 40 5 15r6 32
2 51 5 53 6 31 S5 54
3 52 7 9 7 47 r6 28
4 41 8 23 8 56 S5 57
5 18 9 26 9 55 r6 25
5 47 10 21 Io 45 s5 59
rises II 7 i1 27 r6 22
6 44 11 46 ..... s6
7 52 o 5 o 24 r6 i8
9 0 o 43 I 2 s6 4
10 9 1 21 I 40 r6 15
11 17 2 0 2 21 s6 6
morn 2 42 3 4 r6 12
o 22 3 27 3 51 s6 8
I 22 4 17 4 45 r6 8
2 17 5 I5 5 47 s6 10
3 5 6 8 6 49 r6 5
3 45 7 19 7 49 s6 13
4 7 8 18 8 45 r6 1
4 43 9 10 9 33 s6 15
5 6 9 56 ro 18 r5 58
5 26 1I 39 10 59 s6 17
sets Ii i8 II 37 r5 54
7 36 Ir 57 ..... s6 19
8 53 o 17 o 38 r5 51
o1 11 o 59 1 21 s6 22
11 30 1 44 2 9 r5 47
morn 2 36 3 4 s6 24
0 44 3 33 4 5 r5 44


We
Th
Fr
Sa
5I
Mo
Tu
We
Th
Fr
Sa

Mo
Tu
We
Th
Fr
Sa

Mo
Tu
We
Th
Fr
Sa

Mo
Tu
We
Th
Fr'


NeW York.


HIGH TIDE.
Sun
R. & S. Morn'gl Even'g
Ah. m. A. m. h. m.

r6 34 11 59 ....
S5 53 o 26 o 55
r6 31 I 27 2 2
S5 55 2 39 3 17
r6 2S 3 54 4 31
S5 57 5 7 5 40
r6 24 6 12 6 41
s6 o 7 7 7 29
r6 2I 7 50 8 o
s6 2 8 29 8 50
r6 18 9 Io 9 29
s6 4 9 48 1o* 7
r6 15 10 25 11 43
s6 6 II 3 11 25
r6 i1 1i 48 ...
s6 8 o 12 o 37
r6 8 I 4 I 32
s6 11 2 2 2 33
r6 5 3 4 3 34
s6 13 4 4 4 34
r6 i 5 3 5 30
s6 15 5 55 6 19
r5 58 6 42 7 4
s6 17 7 24 7 42
r5 55 8 o 8 19
s6 19 8 41 9 3
r5 51 9 24 9 45
s6 21 io 61 o 28
r5 48 Io 52 11 I8
s6 23 II 471.....
r5 45 o 191 o 52


Moon
R. &S.
I. am.
morn
o 19
i 34
2 43
3 45
4 35
5 13
5 43
rises
6 44
7 51
8 47
lo 5
II 12
mtorn
o 16
1 15
2 9
2 58
3 39
4 12
4 39
5 3
5 25
sets
7 34
8 49
io 6
11 24
morn
0 37


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BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES. NEW YORK.
1st llh. 28m. a.m. First Quarter. 1st 1lh. 16m. a.m.
8th 2h. 55m. p.m. Full Moon. 8th 2h. 43im. p.m.
16th 3h. 53m. p.m. Last Quarter. 16th 3h. 41m. p.m.
24th 2h. 19m. a.m. New Moon. 24th i2h. 7m. a.m.
30th 5h. 43m. p.m. First Quarter. 30th 5h. ;lm. p.m.


33oston. 41876.4 Nebi York.


HIGH TIDE.
Moon
R. & S. Morn'g Even'g
h.m. m.h. t. h m.

I 48 4 39 5 i5
2 40 5 53 6 29
3 20 7 4 7 37
3 51 8 9 8 38
4 15 9 4 9 29
4 37 9 53 10 15
4 57 10 36 10 56
rises I 1 15 1 34
7 50 11 52 .....
8 59 0 o 0 29
zo 6 o 49 i 9
II 9 1'30 I 52
morn 2 15 2 38
o 7 3 I 3 25
o 58 3 50 4 17
1 41 4 45 5 14
2 i6 5 43 6 12
2 43 6 41 7 9
3 7 7 36 8 2
3 29 8 27 8 52
3 50 9 16 9 39
4 Io IO I1O 23
4 31 10o 46 11 8
sets x1 30 1 52
9 11 ..... o 15
1o 29 o 39 I 5
11 39 I 33 2 2
morn 2 31 3 1
o 37 3 31 4 3
I 21 4 35 5 8
***** ***** --,,


Sun
R. & S.
h. ti.

15 42
s6 27
r5 39
s6 30
r5 35
s6 32
r5 32
s6 34
r5 28
s6 36
r5 25
s6 38
r5 22
s6 41
r5 19
s6 43
r5 15
s6 45
r5 12
s6 47
r5 9
s6 50
r5 6
s6 52
r5 3
s6 54
r5 o
s6 56
r4 58
s6 59
*** .


2 D
02 or
0^ M
Sa i
6% 2
Mo 3
Tu 4
We 5
Th 6
Fr 7
Sa 8
S 9
Mo 10
Tu ii
We 12
Th 13
Fr 14
Sa 21

1Mo 17
Tu 18
We 19
Th 20
Fr 21
Sa 22
5 23
,N 24
Tn 25
We 26
Th 27
Fr 28
Sa 29
i$ 30


HIGH TIDE.
Sun Moon
R. & Morn'g Even'g R. & S.
h. m. h. m. h. mI. /m.
i ... --
r5 43 I 26 2 2 I 41
s6 26 2 39 3 15 2 34
r5 40 3 49 4 22 3 15
s6 28 4 53 5 22 3 47
r5 36 5 49 6 15 4 12
s6 30 6 39 7 I 4 36
r5 33 7 21 7 39 4 57
s6 32 7 57 8 15 rises
r5 30 8 35 8 55 7 46
s6 34 9 16 9 36 8 54
r5 27 9 55 r0 15 10 0
s6 37 ro 36 1o 57 i1 2
r5 24 II 20 II 45 Ir 59
s5 39 .... o In morn
r5 21 o 37 I 4 o 51
s6 41 1 32 2 o I 34
r5 S8 2 29 2 5S 2 TO
s6 43 3 26 3 54 2 38
15 15 4 20 4 46 3 4
s6 45 5 12 5 37 3 27
r5 12 6 2 6 25 3 49
s6 47 6 47 7 9 4 'x
r5 9 7 30 7 51 4 33
s6 49 8 12 8 35 sets
r5 6 9 o 9 26 9 5
s6 51 9 52 10 IS 10 22
r5 3 to 45 11 13 1I 31
s6 53 II 44 ..... morn
r5 i o 17 o 50 0 30
s6 55 I 22[ I 55 I 15
as ... .1.. .........


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BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES. NEW YORK.
8th 5h. 9m. a.m. Full Moon. 8th 4h. 57m. a.m.
16th 8h. 43m. a.m. Last Quarter. 16th 8h. 31m. a.m.
23rd 10h. 41m. a.m. New Moon. 23rd 10h. 29m. a.m.
30th Ih. 5m. a.m. First Quarter. 30th Oh. 53m. a.m.

iosoton. 41876, WNet 'Yode.
HIGU TioD. HIG TIDE.
Moon Sun D ,d D Sun oon
R.& 8. Morn'g Even'g R.& S. f Z of R.&8. Morn'g Even'g R. &
k. . .. M M m. h. m. . h. m.

1 55 541 6 3 r4 55 i Mo r4 58 2 27 2 59 x 50
2 21 6 43 7 12 S7 I 2 Tu 2 s6 57 3 29 3 58 2 IS
2 43 7 40 8 7 r4 52 3 We 3 r4 56 4 25 4 51 2 41
3 3 8 32 8 56 S7 3 4Th 4 s659 5 16 5 41 3 3
3 23 9 x8 9 40 r4 49 5 Fr 5 r4 53 6 4 6 26 3 24
3 42 10 2 IO 23 S7 5 6 Sa 6 57 2 6 48 7 9 3 44
4 4 1o 44 I1 4 r4 47 7 7 r4 51 7 29 7 47 4 8
rises 11 24 11 43 s7 7 8 Mo 8 s7 4 8 6 8 27 rises
8 58 ..... o 3 r4 45 9 Tu 9 r4 49 8 48 9 9 8 52
9 58 o 23 o 45 s7 .9 o We to s7 6 9 31 9 53 9 51
1o 52 I 7 1 30 r4 42 I Th I r4 46 io 15 0o 36 1o 45
11 38 I 53 2 16 s7 12 12 Fr 12 s7 8 10 58 1i 22 1z 31
morn 2 39 3 2 r4 40 13 Sa 13 r4 44 1 46 .... morn
o 15 3 25 3 49 S7 14 4 14 s7 9 o 10 0 35 o 9
o 44 4 14 4 39 r4 38 15 Mo 15 r4 42 1 0 26 o 39
I 9 5 5 5 31 s7 i6 16 Tu 16 s7 ii 1 51 2 17 1 5
I 31 5 57 6 23 r4 36 17 Ve 17 r4 41 2 41 3 9 I 28
1 51 6 49 7 15s7 18 18 Th 18 S7 13 3 35 4 o I 50
2 to 7 41 8 7 r4 34 i9 Fr 19 r4 39 4 25 4 51 2 10
2 31 8 33 8 58 s7 20 o Sa 20 s7 15 5 17 5 43 2 33
2 55 9 24 9 5o r4 32 21i 21 r4 37 6 9 6 3 2 58
3 24 1o 16 io 43 s7 22 2 10 S7 17 7 2 7 28 3 28
sets. ir 9 l1 36 r4 31 23 Tu 23 r4 36 7 53 8 i8 sets
9 21 ..... o 3 S7 24 24 We 24 s7 18 8 47 9 17 9 4
10o 26 o 30 o 59 r4 29 25 Th 25 4 34 9 46 o 14 10o 19
It 16 I 29 I 58 s7 25 26 Fr 26 s7 20 10 41 II 9 II Io
11 54 2 27 2 55 r4 28 27 Sa 27 r4 33 II 38 .. II 49
morn 3 23 3 51 s7 27 8 3 28 57 22 0 8 o 37 morn
o 24 4 1 4 46 r4 27 29 M029 4 32 I 5 I 32 21
o 48 5 x3 5 41 S7 29 30 Tu 30 S7 23 I 59 27 0 46
x q 6 8 6 35 r4 26 31 We 3 r4 31 2 54 320 a 8













BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES NEW YORK.
6th 7h. 53m. p.m. Full Moon. 6th 7h. 41m. p.m.
14th 10h. 30m. p.m. Last quarter. 14th 10h. 18m. p.m.
21st 5h. 33m. p.m. Ncw Moon. 21st 5h. 21m. p.m.
28th 10h. *30m. a.m. First Quarter. :c. 10h. 18m. a.m.

33oston. 41876.* Tect York.
HIU TIDE. Ho IGu TIDc.
Moon -Sun D 1oD D Sun I-- Moon
R.& S. Miorn'g Ecn'g R. & S. of 't of R.' S. Morn'g Even'g R.a S.
A. Im a.. . . h .. 1 A M .. h m . ... h. .m.
I 29 7 I 7 27 r4 25 1Th r4 31 3 46 4 12 I 30
I 48 7 52 8 17 7 31 2 Fr 2 s7 26 4 37 5 1 1 50
2 9 8 41I 9 5 r4 25 3 Sa 3 1'4 30 5 26 5 52 2 12
2 331 9 2 9 51 S7 32 4 5 4 s; 27 6 14 6 38 2 37
3 x1Io i4 io 37 r4 24 5 Mo 5 r4 2 7 7 22 3 7
rises I 0 11O 22 S7 34 6 Tu 6 s7 28 7 43 8 4 rises
8 47 11 43 ..... r4 23 7 We 4 r 2 8 S 4S 8 40
9 34 0 4 o 25 S7 35 8 Th 8 s7 29 9 12 9 34 9 27
10 13 0 47 1 10 r4 23 9 Fr 9 r4 2 9 56 1o 17 10 7
io 45 I 32 i 54 s7 36 10 Sa 10 s7 30 10 37 Io 58 to 40
xt 12 2 16 2 37 r4 22 ir iI 1-4 2S II 19 II 41 IT S
Ii 35 2 57 3 1' s7 37 12 tM 12 S7 31 .... 3 1I 32
1I 55 3 41 4 o r4 22 13 Tu 13 r4 2S o 25 o 47 I 53
morn 4 22 4 45 s7 38 14 Ve 14 s7 32 I 9 i 32 morn
o 14 5 Io 5 35 '4 22 i5 Th 15 r4 2S I 56 2 21 o 14
o 32 6 I 6 27 S7 38 16 Fr 16 s7 33 2 47 3 13 o 33
o 53 6 55 7 241r4 22 17 Sa 17 r4 28 3 41 4 9 0 55
I 19 7 54 8 24 s- 39 I 1iS s7 34 4 38 5 8 i 23
1 51 8 54 9 25 r4 23 IQ I O 19 r4 28 5 3) 6 1I 1 56
2 33 9 57 o0 287 40 20 Tu 20 S7 34 6 43 7 14 2 39
sets. 10o 51 2I 2.Sr4 23 21 \Ve 21 r4 29 7 42 8 io sets
9 4 iI 56 ... s7 40 22 Th 22 87 35 8 40 9 10 8 57
9 49 o 24 o 52i 4 24 23 Fr 23 r4 29 9 39 io 6 9 44
1o 23 I 30 i 47,s7 40 24 Sa 24 S7 35 10 30 io 54 1o 19
10 50 2 12 2 37 r4 24 25 25 r4 30 r 19 II 45 10 47
11 13 3 1 3 24 s7 40 26 lMo 26 s7 35 ... o 9 x1 12
II 331 3 47 4 1 r14 25 27 Tu 27 r4 31 o 33 o 57 1i 33
I1 53 4 35 5 0s7 40 28 We 28 s7 35 1 22 1 46 II 55
morn 5 5 5 51 r4 26 29 Th 29 r4 31 2 xI 2 37 morn
o 13 6 i8 6 45 s7 40 30 Fr 30 s7 35 3 4 3 3 0 16











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BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES. NEW YORK.
6t, 1Oh. 54m. a.m. Full Moon. .6th 10h. 42m. a.m.
14th 9h. 12m. a.m. Last Quarter. 14th 9h. Om. a.m.
21st Oh. 9m. a.m. New Moon. 20th llh. 57m. p.m.
27th lO. 35m. p.m. First Quarter. 27th l0h. 23m. p.m.

B3oston. 41876.4 NeW York.


S HIGH TIDE. I
Moon Sun
R.& S. lMorn'g Een'g R.& S.
h. I h m in. I. I. m.

o 35 7 12 7 39 r4 27
I 2 8 6 8 33 7 40
1 35 8 59i 9 25 r14 28
2 15 9 51 1o 16 s7 40
3 2 io 40 11 3 r4 29
rises 1r 26 II 47 s7 39
8 48...... o 7 r4 30
9 16 o 28S o 4S s7 33
9 39 i 8 I 2Sr4 32
9 59 1 481 2 7 s7 37
IO0 2 25 2 44 114 33
o1 37 3 31 3 23 s7 36
o10 56 3 43 4 4 [4 35
11 19 4 2' 4 52 s; 35
1r 47 5 1,) 5 4')r4 36
morn 6 201 6 52 7 34
o 23 7 26 8 2 1r4 38
1 9 8 38 9 3 1s7 32
2 1o 9 47 io 20 r4 40
sets. Io 51 1 1 "17 31
8 19 Ix 4s ..... 14 42
8 48 o 13 o 3Ss7 29
9 13 i 2 i 251r4 44
9 36 i 47 2 9 s7 28
9 56 2 30 2 5 r4 45
1o 16 3 12 3 33 s7 26
o1 39 3 55 4 IS r4 47
I1 5 4 431 5 9 s7 23
I1 35 5 37 6 51r4 49
morn 6 35 7 6 s7 21
0 12 7 36 8 61r4 51


D u- D
of of
M 0 M
I Sa x
2 2
2 Z 2
3 Mo 3
4 Tu 4
5 We 5
6 Th 6
7 Fr 7
8 Sa 8
9 -, 9
Io Mo Io1
1i Tu i i
12 \Ve. 12
13 Th 3
14 1r i14
15 Sa 15

17 17
?, TFu 8
ic We 19
2o Th 20
21 Fr 21
22 Sa 22
23 $ 23
24 1Mo 24
25 Tu 25
26 We 26
27 T1h 27
28 Fr 28
29 Sa 29
30 5 30
3x Mo 31


HIGH TIDE.
Sun
R. & S. MIorn'g Even'g
h. m. h. m.. .

r4 32 3 57 4 23
S7 34 4 50 5 17
r4 33 5 44 6 It
s7 34 6 37 7
r4 35 7 25 7 47
s7 33j 8 8 8 30
r4 361 8 52 9 13
s7 33 9 34 9 54
r4 38 10 13 1o 32
s7 32o10 50 1 8
1-4 39 I 26 1i 46
s7 3I r . o 8
r4 40 o 29 o 51
s7 30 1 14 i 39
r4 41 2 6 2 35
S29 3 5 3 37
r4 43 4 II 4 46
s7 28 5 23 5 59
r4 45 6 331 7 6
57 26 7 35 8 3
14 46 8 31 8 59
s7 25 9 24 9 4S
1-4 44110 10 10 31
s7 23 10 51 II 12
r4 50 1i 34 1i 57
s7 21 . g19
r4 52 42 .5
s7 19 1 30 1 56
r4 54 2 23 2 51
s7 17 3 21 3 51
14 56 4 21 4 51


Moon
R. & S.
h. m.

o 39
I 7
I 41
2 22
3 9
rises
8 42
9 1I
9 36
9 57
10 17
IO 38
10 58
1 22
II 52
morn
o 29
I 16
2 17
sets
8 J4
8 45
9.11
9 36
9 57
0O Iu
10 43
11 10
I1 41
morn
o 19


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BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES NEW YORK.
5th 1b. 54m. a.m. Full Moon, 5th lh. 42m. a.m.
12th 5h. I3m. p.m. Last Quarter. 12th 5h. 3m. p.m.
19th 7h. 42m. a.m. New Moon. 19th 7h. 30m. a.m.
26th 1h. 34m. p.m. First Quarter. 26th lh. 22m. p.m.


i3oston. 41876.e Nct3 York.
IGHn TIDE. HI TIDE.
Moon -- Sun D 0J D Sun Moon
R. & S. Morn'g Even'g R. & S. of of R. & S. Morn'gl Even'g R. & S.
A. tn. h.n. . m. h.. m. M fs M h. m n. h. h. A. in.

o 57 8 35 9 2 r4 52 I TuI r4 57 5 20 5 48 4
1 51 9 28 9 54 S7 i8 2 e 2 S7 14 6 14 6 40 I 58
2 52 10 19 to 42 r4 54 3 Th 3 r4 58 7 5 7 27 2 58
rises I1 4 11 24s7 15 4 Fr 4 s7 12 7 47 8 7 rises
7 45 11 44 .... r4 57 5 Sa 5 r5 o 8 26 8 46 7 41
8 6 0 3 o 21s7 13 6 6 s7 9 9 7 9 26 8 4
8 25 o 40 0 58 r4 59 7 Mo 7 r5 2 9 44 o1 2 .8 24
8 43 i 16 I 34 s7 o 8 Tu 8 s7 7 To 19 io 36 8 43
9 2 152 2 x1 r5 x 9 We 9 r5 4 1o 54 1i 12 9 3
9 24 2 30 2 49s7 8 ioTh IO S7 4 11 32 1 54 9 27
9 49 3 10 3 32 r5 3 ii Fr nI r5 6 ..... o i8 9 53
10 20 3 55 4 22 s7 5 12 Sa 12 s7 io 43 x 9 io 25
Sx o 4 52 5 25 r5 5 13 5 13 r5 8 I 39 2 1 1 7
11 52 6 O 6 37 S7 2 14 Mo 14 s6 59 2 46 3 23 1 59
morn 7 t6 7 55 r5 7 15 Tu 15 r5 To 4 I 4 40 morn
o 59 8 32 9 7 s6 59 16 We r6 s6 56 5 17 5 53 I 6
2 S8 .9 40 io Ii r5 9 17 Th 17 r5 12 6 26 6 57 2 24
S 3 42 10 39 x! 6 s6 56 18 Fr 18 s6 53 7 24 7 49 3 47
sets IT 30 i 53 r5 Ir 19 Sa 19 r5 14 8 13 8 36 sets
7 36 ..... o 14s6 53 20 20 s6 50 8 59 9 22 7 35
7 57 o 35 o 56 r5 14 21 Mo 21 r5 z6 9 42 ro 2 7 57
8 19 r 16 I 36 s6 50 22 Ttu 22 s6 47 Io 21 1I 39 8 21
8 41 I 56 2 17 r5 i6 23 We 23 r15 IS o 59 11 20 8 44
9 5 2 38 2 59 s6 47 24 Th 24 s6 44 rI 42 .... 9 IO
9 34 3 20 3 43 r5 18 25 Fr 25 r5 20 o 5 o 29 9 40
10 9 4 7 4 34s6 43 26 Sa 26 s6 41 o 54 I 20 1o z6
1o 52 5 2 5 32 r5 20 27 % 27 r5 22 i 48 2 I8 io 59
11 43 6 3 6 35 s6 40 28 Mo 28 s6 38 2 49 3 20 xx 50
morn 7 7 7 37 r5 22 29 Tu 29 r5 24 3 52 4 22 morn
o 41 8-7 8 35 96 37 30 We 30 s6 35 451 5 20 o 48
1 44 9 2 9 28 r5 24 3 Th 31x r5 26 5 471 6 13 i 50
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BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES. NEW YORK.
3rd 4h. 29m. p.m. Full Moon. 3rd 4h. 17m. p.m.
10th 11b. 37m. p.m. Last Quarter. 10th llh. 25m. p.m.
17th 5h. 10m. p.m. New Moon. 17th 4h. 58m. p.m.
25th 7h. 19m. a.m. First Quarter. 25th 7h. 7m. a.m.

33oston. 41876.9 Neto Yort.


HIGH TIDE.
Moon I----..I Sun
R. & S., MNorn'g Even's R. & 8.
h. m. h. In. h. m. i. m.

2 49 9 52 to 14 rs 25
3 56 1I 35 zo 55 s6 32
rises ii 15 it 33 r5 27
6 50 IL 50 ..... s6 28
7 9 O 7 o 2 r5 29
7 29 o 43 I 2 s6 25
7 52 I 2I I 41 r5 32
8 2i 2 2 2 25 s6 22
8 5S 2 48 3 12 r5 34
9 46 3 39 4 9 s6 18
0o 46 4 42 5 i8 r5 36
It 5S 5 55 6 33 s6 14
morn 7 12 7 50 r5 38
1 17 8 24 8 56 s6 Ii
2 39 9 26 9 53 r5 40
3 5s 10 'S 1o 42 s 7
sets it 5 tI 25 r5 42
6 21 II 44 .... s6 4
6 42 o 3 o 23 r5 44
7 5 0 43 I 3 s5 o
7 33 i 24 1 45 '5 46
8- 7 2 6 2 2S S5 57
8 47 2 51 3 I4 r5 49
9 34 3 39 4 6 s5 53
to 29 4 34 5 3 r5 51
1I 30 5 33 6 4s5 50
morn 6 35 7 5r5 53
o 35 7 33 8 o s 46
I 41 8 26 8 5'r5 55
2 47 9 14 9 36 S5 43


D 0o.
of 5.,
M
7FFr
2 Sa
3 Z
4 Mo
5 Tu
6 We
7 Th
8 Fr
9 Sa
To ,,
10 N1
ix Mo
12 Tu
13 We
14 Th
15 Fr
16 Sa
17 S
I8 Mo
19 Tu
20 We
21 Th
22 Fr
23 Sa
24 Z
25 Mo
26 Tu
27 We
28 Th
29 Fr
30 Sa


HIGH TIDE.
Sun -- I Moon
R. & Y. Morn'g Even'g R. & S.
h. ti. i. m. h. s. A. m.

r5 27 6 38 7 o 2 54
s6 30 7 20 7 39 4 o
r5 29 7 57 8 15 rises
s6 27 8 33 8 52 6 50
r5 31 9 I1 9 29 7 Io
s6 24 9 48 io 7 7 31
r5 33 10 26 to 46 7 56
s6 20 11 7 II 31 8 26
r5 35 1T 57 ***** 9 4
s6 17 o 26 o 56 9 53
r5 37 1 29 2 4 o0 54
s6 14 2 41 3 t9 morn
r5 39 3 57 4 35 o 5
s6 10 5 9 5 41 I 23
r5 4t 6 iT 6 3) 2 43
s6 7 7 4 7 27 4 I
r5 43 7 47 8 7 sets
s6 4 8 27 8 48 6 22
r5 45 9 9 9 30 6 45
s6 o0 9 50 o to 7 9
r5 47 10 29! 0 49 7 38
s5 57 II II xr 34 8 13
r5 49 I 59 ..... 8 54
s5 54 o 25 0 53 9 42
r5 51 I 21 i 49 TO 36
s5 50 2 19 2 50 11 36
r5 53 3 21 3 50 morn
s5 47 4 8S 4 44 0 40
r5 55 5 0o 5 36 I 45
s5 43 6 o] 6 23 2 50
0.., a.. 89 @1@-.,..i.. a,,


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BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES. NEW YORK.
3rd 6h. 12m. a.m. Full Moon. 3rd 6h. Om. a.m.
10th 5h. 36m. a.m. Last Quarter. 10th 5b. 24m. a.m.
17th 5h. 13n. a.m. New Moon. 17th 5h. Im. a.m.
2;Jh 3h. 10m. a.m. First Quarter. 2jth 2h. 58m. a.m.

3Soston. 41876.* Netwu ortk.


HIGH TIDE.
Moon T-----IDE Sun
R.& S. Morn'g Eren'g R.& S.
h. 2in. m o. m. h. in. h. n.

3 53 9 58 To i9 r5 57
4 59 10 39 Io 59 S5 3-)
risesrr I S 18 36 r6 o
5 56 ir 55 ..... s5 36
6 24 0 15' o 35 r6 2
6 59 0 57 i 20 s5 33
7 44 I 45' 2 11 r6 4
8 40 2 371 3 5 s5 29
9 48 3 35 4 7 r6 6
ii. 4 4 41 5 17 s5 26
morn 5 53i 6 27r6 9
O 22 7 I 7 34 s5 23
I 40 8 5 8 34 r16 II
.2 55 9 o 9 24 S5 19
4 8 9 47 1o io r6 14
5 19 1 32 10o 54 s5 16
sets. Ii 14 11 3311 6 16
5 33 1T 53 .. 5 3
6 3 o 131 o 34 r6 IS
6 40 0 561 I iS s5 10
7 25 I 40 2 4ir6 20
8 IS 2 28 2 51i 5 7
9 T1 3 15 3 4016 23
10 21 4 51 4 32 S5 4
it 25 5 0 5 271r6 25
morn 5' 55 6 23 ;5 I
o 30 6 50 7 i5 ro 28
I 35 7 40 8 5 s4 58
2 41 8 29 8 521 16 30
3 48 9 15 9 37 s4 56
4 58 o o io 231r6 33


D i, D
of ^.i of
SI 5 1N

2 Mo 2
3 Tu 3
4 We 4
5 T'h 5
6 Fr 6
7 Sa 7
8 J 8
9 Mo 9
10L Tlu 10
I WF'e II0




(i-7lo 16

iS '\Ve iS
ii Th io
20 Fr 20
21 Sa 21
22 5 22
I







23/ Mo 23
24KTu 24
23S We 2,
26 lThl 1


27 Fr 27
28 Sa 28
29 : 29
30 Mo 30
3 Tu 31


HIGH TIDE.
Sun Moon
R. a. S. Morn'g Even'g R.& S.
h. m. i n. h. m. t..

r5 57 6 44 7 4 3 55
S5 40 7 24 7 42 4 59
r5 59 8 c 8 19 rises
s5 37 8 39 9 o 5 59
r6 I 9 22 9 44 6 29
55 33 o 6 10o 29 7 5
r6 3 10 54 II 21 7 51
s5 30 i 50 ..... S 48
r6 5 0 21 o 54 9 55
S5 27 1 2Sf 2 3 I IO
r6 7 2 3S 3 13 Morn
S5 24 3 471 4 I1) 0 27
r6 9 4 50, 5 19 I 43
s5 21 5 45 6 10 2 57
r6 1 6 314 6 56 4 8
s5 IS 7 17 7 37 5 S
r6 14 7 ;56 S 15 sets
.5 15 8 36 S 59 5 38
rt i6 o 2. 9 42 6 9
S5 12 10 3 10-25 6 47
r6 IS 10 47 Ii 10 7 32
5 9 11 35 .. S 25
tO 20 o 0 26 0 25
s 6 0 52 1 19 10 27
i6 23 I 4-6 2 13 II 30
S5 4 2 41 3 18 norn
V6 25 3 35 4 i 0 33
S5 i 4 25 4 49 I 37
r6 27 5 13 5 37 2 42
s4 59 6 I 6 24 3 47
r6 30 6 46 7 8 4 56











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BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES, NEW YORK.
1st Gh. -17m. p.m. Full Moon. 1st 6h. 35m. p.m.
8th Oh. ,am. p.m. Last Quarter. 8th Oh. 21m. p.m.
15ch 8h. 4m. p.m. New Moon. 15th 7h. 52m. p.m.
23rd llh. 42m. p.m. First Quarter. 23rd llb. 5Om. p.m.

33oston. 41876.4 Xtu Yorvk.


I HInH TIDE.
Moon .i.n TIDE. Sun
R. & Morn' Even'g R. & S.
h. it. h. m. h. 94. h. 7.
6 r 0o 46 ii 8 r6 34
rises II 30 11 54 s4 52
5 3S ..... o iS r6 36
6 31 o 43 1 9 S4 49
7 39 1 37 2 6ir6 39
8 55 2 35 3 4 s4 47
10 13 3 33 4 3 r6 4r
11 30 4 35 5 6 s4 45
morn 5 37 6 7 r6 44
o 41 6 37 7 6s4 -43
I 561 7 34 8 o r 46
3 6 8 26 8 51 S4 41
4 i6i 9 15 9 38 r6 49
5 26 I0 I IO1 23 S4 39
6 35110 45 1i -7 r6 52
sets. I 29 II 50 s4 37
5 19 ..... o 12 r6 54
6 9 o 34 o 5'6 s4 35
7 6 L 19 I 42 r6 56
8 8 2 5 2 28 s4 34
9 13 2 501 3 13 r6 59
1o 17 3 35 3 578s4 33
SI 21 4 20 4 44 r7 I
morn 5 8 5 32 S4 32
o 24 5 57 6 23 r7 4
1 29 6 49 7 14 S4 31
2 36 7 39 S 5 r7 6
3 46 8 31 8 57 s4 30
5 r 9 23 9 50 r7 8
6 20 Zo i8 10 46 S4 29
. 1. 0 1. 0. -. sea


...-.


oM D
o of
A M
We I
Th 2
Fr 3
Sa 4
- 5
lo 6
Tu 7
\Ve 8
Th 9
Fr ro
Sa i
, 12
Mo 13
Tu 14
\Ve 5
Th I6
Fr r7
Sa iS
,5 9
Mo 20
Tu 21
We 22
Th 23
Fr 24
Sa 25
2 26
Mo 27
Tu 28
We 29
Th o3


HIGH TIDE.
Sun ----- Moon
R. & S. lMorn'g Eren'g R. & S.
h. ms, us. h 0h. m. &.m.
r6 31 7 30 7 51 6 8
s4 55 8 12 8 37 rises
r6 33 9 4 9 30 5 45
s4 53 9 55 10 21 6 38
r6 36 io 4) 1 IxS 7 46
s4 5ol0 4' ..... 9 I
r6 38 o 191 o 50 lo i8
s4 4S I 21 I 52 11 34
r6 41 2 23 2 53 morn
s4 46 3 22 3 51 o 46
r6 43 4 IS 4 44 I 57
S4 44 i5 10 5 36 3 5
r6 45 6 I 6 24 4 14
s4 43 6 47 7 9 5 22
r6 47 7 30 7 50 6 30
s4 41 8 11i 33 sets
r6 50 8 57 9 21 5 26
s4 40 9 43 o10 5 6 i6
r6 52 10 27 10 48 7 13
s4 38 I 10o II 33 8 14
r6 55 i 57 .. .. 9 18
s4 37 o 21 o 44 10 21
r6 57 I 7 I 30 11 24
S4 36 1 54 2 iS morn
r6 59 2 43 3 9 o 25
S4 36 3 34 3 591 29
r7 i 4 24 4 49 2 35
s4 35 5 15 5 42 3 43
r7 3 6 9 6 37 4 57
s4 34 7 4 7 29 6 14















BOSTON. MOON'S PHASES. NEW YORK.
1st 6h. 20m. a.m. Full Moon. let 6h. 8m. a.m.
7th 9h. 39m. p.m. Last Quarter. 7th 9h. 27m. p.m.
15th Ih. 30m. p.m. New Moon. 15th Ih. 18m. p.m.
23rd 6h. 57m. p.m. First Quarter. 23rd 6h. 45m. p.m.
30th 5h. 15m. p.m. Full Moon. 30th 5h. 3m. p.m.

3oston. 41876.o NXec Y'orkt.


HIGH TIDR.
Moon --
R. & S. Morn'g Even'g
h.m. m m. h. in.

rises t1 13 I1 40
5 21 ..... o 7
6 37 o 35 I 4
7 58 1 33 2 I
9 18 2 28 2 55
10 35 3 2I 3 47
11 48 4 13 4 40
morn 5 7 5 35
o 58 6 2 6 29
2 7 6 56 7 22
3 16 7 49 8 15
4 25 8 41 9 7
5 33 9 32 9 57
6 39 Io 22 10 47
sets i1 To ii 32
4 57 r1 51 .....
5 59 o 16 0 38
7 3 o 59 1 20
8 7 1 41 2 I
9 10 2 21 2 41
0o r2 3 o 3 I9
1I 15 3 39 3 59
morn 4 21 4 43
0 i8 5 6 5 31
1 25 5 57 6 24
2 36 6 52 7 22
3 51 7 54 8 25
5 9 8 56 9 28
6 27 1o o io 31
rises Ir 2 11 31
5 29 11 59 .....


Sun
R. & S.
h. om.
r7 o1
S4 28
r7 12
S4 28
r7 14
S4 28
r7 t6
s4 28
r7 S8
S4 28
r7 20
s4 28
r7 21
S4 29
r7 23
S4 29
r7 24
S4 29
r7 25
s4 31
r7 26
sl 32
r7 27
S4 33
r7 28
S4 34
r7 29
s4 35
r7 29
s4 37
r7 30


Fr
Sa

Mo
Tu
We
Th
Fr
Sa

Mo
Tu
We
Th
Fr
Sa

Mo
Tu
We
Th
Fr
Sa

Mo
Tu
We
Th
Fr
Sa
A


Sun
R. & 8.
h. m.

r7 5
s4 33
r7 7
S4 33
r7 9
s4 33
r7 i
s4 33
r7 13
S4 33
r7 15
s4 33
r7 t16
s4 34
r7 x8
s4 34
17 19
s4 35
r7 20
s4 36
r7 21
S4 37
r7 22
s4 3S
r7 23
s4 39
r7 23
s4 41
r7 24
S4 42
r7 24


HIGH TIDE.M
--- Moon
Iorn'g Even'g R. & S.
h. m. m m. i. m.

7 55 8 23 rises
8 52 9 21 5 28
9 50 10 17 6 43
1T 44 1ii I 8 3
1r 38 ....- 9 22
o 6 o 33 to 37
I 0 1 27 11 49
I 54 2 21 morn
2 48 3 '5 o 58
3 41 4 7 2 5
4 33 4 59 3 13
5 26 5 53 4 20
6 IS 6 43 5 27
7 8 7 31 6 32
7 52 8 14 sets
8 38 9 2 5 4
9 24 9 45 6 5
10 6 o10 6 7 8
10 44 11 3 8 ix
II 23 II 44 9 13
.... o 4 10o 14
0 25 o 46 x1 15
I 8 I 30 morn
I 52 2 17 0 17
2 43 3 9 I 23
3 37 4 7 2 32
4 39 5 10 3 46
5 41 6 14 5 3
6 46 7 16 6 20
7 45 8 14 rises
8 431 9 12 5 35










o CHICAGO ALMANAC, 0



JAN AR Y FE B UA Y.

MOON'S PHASES. MOON'8 PHASES.
First Q'ter, 4d. Sh. 34m. A.M. First Q'ter, 2d. 8h. 3m. P.M.
Full Moon, lid. Oh. 33m. A.M. Full Moon, 9d. llh. 57m. A.M.
Last Q'ter, 18d. 2h. 59m. A.M. Last Q'ter, 1d. lib. Gm. P.M.
New Moon, 26d. 7h. 52m. A.M. New Moon, 25d. Oh. 30m. A.M.
- 1 -r I i !


Day
of
Week

Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.

We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.
S
Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.

eve.


Sun
Rises
it M

7 '4
7 13
7 12
7 Ir
7 10
7 9
7 7
7 6
7 5
7 4
7 2
7 '
6 59
6 58
6 57
6 55
6 54
6 52
6 Si
6 50
6 48
6 47
6 45
6 44
6 42
6 41
6 39
6 37
6 36


Sun Moon
Sets R. & S.
H M 55 M

5 14 morn
5 15 o 2
5 17 I 18
5 18 2 36
5 19 3 5P
5 20 5 1
5 22 6 O
5 23 6 47
5 24 rises
.5 25 6 45
5 27 7 56
5 28 9 6
5 30 io 14
5 31 II 20
5 32 morn
5 33 o 27
5 35 I 33
5 36 2 35
5 37 3 34
5 38 4 26
5 39 5 o1
5 41 5 47
5 42 6 17
5 43 sets
5 44 6 22
5 46 7 31
5 47 8 41
5 48 9 53
5 50 Ix 9
..., 0...&


D
of
M

I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
o10
'I
12
13
14
25
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31


Day
of
Week

Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo0.


Sun
Rises
]H M

7 29
7 29
7 29
7 29
7 29
7 29
7 29
7 28
7 28
7 28
7 28
7 27
7 27
7 26
7 26
7 26
7 25
7 25
7 24
7 24
7 23
7 22
7 22
7 21
7 20
7 19

7 i8
7 17
7 i6
7 15


Sun
Sets
U M

4 38
4 39
4 40
4 41
4 42
4 43
4 44
4 45
4 46
4 47
4 48
4 49
4 51
4 52
4 53
4 54
4 55
4 57
4 58S
4 59
5 o
5 1
5 3
5 4
5 5
5 6
5 7
5 9
5 o1
5 11
5 12


D
of
31


2
'3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0o
I1
12
13
14
15
16
17
IS
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
*
..


Moon
R. & S.
H M

9 34
10 4x
xI 49
morn
o 59
2 14
3 34
4 55
6 ii
7 19
rises
6 38
7 56
9 9
to 19
11 26
morn
o 31
1 36
2 41
3 45
4 45
5 4x
6 30
sets
5 13
6 21
7 28
8 34
9 42
10 51










O CHICAGO ALMANAC, 0



MARCH. APRIL.


MOON'S PHASES.
First Q'ter, 3d. 3h. 58m. A.M.
Full Moon, 10d. Oh. 22m. A.M.
Last Q'ter, 17d. 7h. 34m. P.M.
New Moon, 25d. 2h. 22m. P.M.

D Day Sun Sun Moon
of f Rises Sets R. & S.
M Week nH H a u o

I We. 6 34 5 51 morn
2 Th. 6 32 5 52 0 26
3 Fr. 6 31 5 53 1 4r
4 Sa. 6 29 5 55 2 51
5 4 6 28 5 56 3 52
6 Mo. 6 26 5 57 4 42
7 Tu. 6 24 5 5S 5 19
S We. 6 23 5 59 5 48
9 Th. 6 21 6 o rises
so Fr. 6 20 6 I 6 46
11 Sa. 6 i8 6 2 7 54
12 6 6 6 6 3 9
13 1Mo. 6 14 6 4 to o0
14 Tu. 6 13 6 6 i2 I8
15 We. 6 II 6 7 morno
16 Th. 6 9 6 8 o 23
17 Fr. 6 7 6 9 1 22
i8 Sa. 6 5 6 io 2 17
19 6 4 6 12 3 5
20 Mo. 6 2 6 13 3 46
21 Tu. 6 o 6 14 4 iS
22 We. 5 58 6 15 4 44
23 Th. 5 57 6 16 5 7
24 Fr& 5 55 6 17 5 28
25 Sa. 5 54 6 iS sets
26 5 5 52 6 19 7 37
27 Mo. 550 6 20 8 54
28 Tu. 5 49 6 21 10o 12
29 We. 5 47 6 23 x1 31
30 Th. 5 46 6 24 morn
31 Fr. 5 44 6 25 o 44


MOON'S PHASES.
First Q'ter, ld. 10b. 22m. A.M.
Full Moon, 8d. ]h. 49m. P.M.
Last Q'ter, 16d. 2h. 47m. P.M.
New Moon, 24d. ll. j3m. A.M.
First Q'ter, 3Ud. 4h. 37m. P.M.


D
of
_M

I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Io
II
12
13
14
15
16
17
IS

20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
* a


Day
of
Week

Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
\We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.
* ,


Sun Sun Moon
Rises Sets R. & S.
n M n .M ,n M

5 42 6 26 I 48
5 40 6 27 2 41
5 39 6 28 3 21
5 37 6 29 3 52
5 5 6 30 4 16
5 33 6 31 4 39
5 32 6 32 4 59
5 30 6 34 rises
5 29 6 35 7 51
5 27 6 36 9 o
55 256 37 o 7
5 24 6 38i I 9
5 22 6 39 morn
5 21 6 40 o 7
5 19 641 o 59
5 17 6 42 i 42
5 ib 6 43 2 17
5 14 6 45 2 44
5 136 46 3 8
5 I 66 47 3 31
5 9 6 48 3 52
5 8 6 49 4 12
5 6 6 50 4 34
5 5 6 51 sets
5 3 6 52 9 12
5 2 6 53 1o 29
5 I 6 54 I1 39
4 59 6 55 morn
4 58 6 56 0 37
4 57 6 57 i 22
... ...., ...,"









o CHICAGO ALMANAC, o



1 MAY. .T UNE.


MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon, Sd. 4h. 3m. A.M.
Last Q'ter, 16.. 7h. 37m. A.M.
New Moon, i'. 9h. 33m. A.M.
First Q'ter, 20d. 114. 59m. P.M.


Sun
Rises
H M

4 56
4 54
4 53
4 51
4 50
4 49
4 48
4 46
4 45
4 44
4 43
4 42
4 41
4 40
4 39
4 38
4 37
4 37
4 36
4 35
4 34
4 33
4 33
4 32
1 3I
4 30
4 30
4 29
4 29
4 28
4 28


Sun Moon
Sets R. & S.
H M 11 M

6 5S i 56
6 59 2 22
7 I 2 45
7 2 3 5
7 3 3 25
7 4 3 45
7 5 4 7
7 6 rises
7 7 8 59
7 8 9 58
7 9 o1 52
7 1o II 38
7 11 morn
7 12 o 16
7 13 0 45
7 14 I io
7 15 I 32
7 16 i 53
7 17 2 12
7 IS 2 33
7 19 2 58
7 20 3 27
7 20 sets
7 21 9 21
7 22 10 26
7 23 II 17
7 24 I 55
7 25 morn
7 26 0 25
7 27 0 50
7 28 I I


MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon, 6d. 6h. 47m. P.M.
Last Q'ter, 14d. Oh. 24m. P.M.
New Moon, 21d. 4h. 27m. P.M.
First Q'ter, 28d. 9h. 24m. A.M.

D Day Sun Sun Moon
of of Rises Sets R. & S.
B Week ns U a M

l Th. 4 27 7 28 1 31
2 Fr. 4 27 7 29 i 50
3 S. 4 26 7 29 2 12
4 26 7 30, 2 36
5 lo. 4 26 7 31 3 4
6 TuI. 4 26 7 31 rises
SWe. 4 25 7 32 8 47
8 Th- 4 25 7 32 9 34
9 Fr. 4 25 7 33 io 14
o0 Sa. 4 25 7 34 10 46
SI Is 4 25 7 34 1I 13
12 Mo. 4 24 7 35 II 36
13 Tu. 4 24 7 35 11 57
14 We. 4 24 7 36 morn
15 Th. 4 24 7 36 o 16
16 Fr. 4 24 1 7.36 o 34
17 Sa. 4 25 7 37 0 56
i8 c 4 25 7 37 I 22
19 Mo. 4 25 7 37 i 54
20 Tu. 4 25 7 37 2 36
21 We. 4 25 7 37 sets
22 Th. 4 26 7 38 9 5
23 Fr. 4 26 7 38 9 50
24 Sa. 4 26 7 38 Io 24
25 4 26 7 38 10 51
26 Mo. 4 27 7 38 II 15
27 Tu. 4 27 7 38 r 35
28 We. 4 28 7 38 I1 55
29 Th. 4 28 7 38 morn
30 Fr. 4 28 7 38 o i6
.. a .. 2 .-. Ia . a0a


D Day
of of
M Week

1 Mo.
2 Tu.
3 We.
4 Th.
5 Fr.
6 Sa.
7 s
8 Mo.
9 Tu.
io We.
,n Th.
12 Fr.
13 Sa.
14 $
15 M0o.
16 Tu.
17 We.
iS Th.
19 Fr.

21
22 MIO.
23 Tu.
24 We.
25 Th.
26 Fr.
27 Sa.
28 5
29 1\o.
30 Tu.
31 We.









o CHICAGO ALMANAC, o
6-h _I___ __________'


TUL Y.

MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon, Od. 9h. 48m. A.M.
Last Q'ter, 14d. 8h. 6m. A.M.
New M3oon, 20d. 11h. Sm. P.M.
First Q'ter, 27d. 9h. 29m. P.M.


Day
of
Week

Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.





Fr.

Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
WTe.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

TMo.


Sun
Rises
H M

4 29
4 29
4 30
4 30
4 31
4 32
4 32
4 33
4 34
4 35
4 36
4 36
4 37
4 38
4 39
4 40
4 40
4 41
4 42
4 43
4 44
4 44
4 45
4 46
4 47
4 48
4 49
4 50
4 51
4 52
4 53


Sun
Sets
H M

7 38
7 38
7 38
7 38
7 38
7 37
7 37
7 36
7 36
7 35
7 35
7 34
7 34
7 33
7 32
7 32
7 31
7 31
7 30
7 29
7 28
7 28
7 27
7 26
7 25
7 24
7 23
7 22
7 21
7 20
7 19


Moon
R. & 8.
H M

o 38
5
S38
2 19
3 6
rises
8 49
9 17
9 40
10 1
10 20
10 39
10 58
II 22
S1 50
morn
o 26
I 13
2 14
sets
8 19
8 49
9 15
9 38
9 58
10 19
10 42
11 8
1i 38
morn
o 16


AUGUST.

MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon, 5d. Oh. 48m. A.M.
Last Q'ter, 12d. 4h. 9m. P.M.
New Moon, 19d. 6h. 36m. A.M.
First Q'ter, 26d. Oh. 28m. P.M.


D
of
M

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

I
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31


Day
of
Week

Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tit.
We.
Th.


Sun
Rises


4 54
4 55
4 56
4 57
4 58
4 59
5 o
5
5 2
5 3
5 4
5 5
5 6
5 7
5 8
5 9
5 o0
5 II
5 12
5 13
5 15
5 16
5 17
5 s8
5 19
5 20
5 21
5 22
5 23
5 24
5 25


Sun
Sets

7 18
7 17
7 i6
7 15
7 14
7 12
7 II
7 zo
7 9
7 7
7 6
7 4
7 3
7 1
7 o
6 58
6 57
6 55
6 54
6 52
6 51
6 49
6 48
6 46
6 45
6 43
6 42
6 40
6 38
6 37
6 35


Moon
R. & B.

I I
1 55
2 55
rises
7 46
8 7
8 27
8 45
9 4
9 27
9 52
10 23
Ix 3
1J 56
morn
1 3
2 21
3 45
sets
7 38
7 59
8 21
8 44
9 8
9 37
10 12
10 56
11 47
morn
0 45
I 47


D
of
M



3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
I1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31


I -,,


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o CHICAGO ALMANAC. o



S.EPTEMB ER. OCTOBER.

MOON'S PHASES. MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon, 3d. 3h. 23m. P.M. Full Moon, 3d. 5h. 6m. A.M.
Last Q'tor, 10d. 10h. 31m. P.M. Last Q'ter, 10d. 4h. 30m. A.M.
New Moon, 17d. 4h. 4m. P.M. New Moon 17d. 4h. 7m. A.M.
First Q'ter, 25d. 6h. 13m. A.M. First Q'ter, 25d. 2h. 4m. A.M.


D Day
of of
M Week

I Fr.
2 Sa.
3 a
4 Mo.
5 Tu.
6 We.
7 Th.
8 F i
9 Sa.
lo Z
10 I 0
z8 Mo.
12 Tu.
13 We.
14 Th.
15 Fr.
16 Sa.
17 -
18 Mo.
19 Tu.
20 We.
21 Th.
22 Fr.
23 Sa.
24 Z
25 Mo0.
26 Tu.
27 We.
28 Th.
29 Fr.
30 Sa.
..9 g.. .


Sun Sun
Rises Sets
H M H M"

5 26 6 34
5 27 6 32
5 28 6 30
5 29 6 28
5 30 6 27
5 31 6 25
5 32 6 23
5 33 6 21
5 34 6 20
5 35 6 iS
5 36 6 17
5 37 6 15
;5 3S 6 13
5 39 6 ii
5 41 6 Io
5 42 6 8
5 43 6 6
5 44 6 4
5 45 6 2
5 46 6 i
5 46 5 59
5 47 5 57
5 48 5 55
5 49 5 53
5 51 5 52
5 52 5 50
S 53 5 48
5 54 5 46
5 55 5 45
5 57 5 43
.... . a a


Moon
R. & S.
nI M

2 52
3 59
rises
6 52
7 1"
7 32
7 55
8 24
9 I
9 50
10 50
norn
0 2
I 20
2 42
4
sets
6 23
6 45
7 8
7 36
8 io
8 51
9 38
10 33
11 33
morn
0 38
I 44
2 50


D
of
M

I
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

IS
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31


Day
of
Week

Is
Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.

Mo.
Tu.
We.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.
5
Mo.
Tu.


Sun Sun
Rises Sets
H 5at aH

5 58 5 42
5 59 5 40
6 o 5 38
6 1 5 36
6 2 5 35
6 3 5 33
6 4 5 31
6 5 5 29
6 6 5 28
6 8 5 26
6 9 5 25
6 o10 5 23
6 ii 5 21
6 12 5 20
6 14 5 18
6 15 5 17
6 16 5 15
6 17 5 I4
6 18 5 12
6 19 5 II
6 20 5 9
6 21 5 8
6 22 5 6
624 5 5
6 25 5 3
6 27 5 2
6 28 5 0
6 29 4 59
6 30 4 58
6 32 4 56
6 33 4 55


Moon
R. & B.
11 M

3 55
5 I
rises
5 59
6 27
7 2
7 48
8 44
9 52
i1 7
morn
o 25
I 43
2 57
4 io
5 21
sets
5 36
6 6
6 44
7 29
8 22
9 21
10 24
II 28
morn
o 33
1 37
2 43
3 50
5 o


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o CHICAGO ALMANAC, o



NOYVE MBEI. DE CEJIER 1 .

MOON'S PHASES. MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon, Id. 5h. 41m. P.M. Full Noon, Id. 5h. 11m. A.M.
Last Q'ter, Sd. ll. 27m. A.M. Last Q'ter, 74. Sh. :-nm. P.M.
New Moon, 15d. h 58m P.. ew Moon, 15d. (1. 12m. P. M.
First Q'ter, 23d. 10n. 36m. P.M. Full Moon, 30d. 4h. 9m. P.M.

D Day Sun Sun fMoon D Day Sun Sun Mloon
of of Rises Sets R. & S. of of Ries Set R. & S.
I Week H M ia 1 u M M Week a ai uN it A
SWe. 6 34 44 54 6 12 I Fr. 7 1o 4 29 rises
2 Th. 6 35 4 53 rises 2 Sa. 7 11 4 29 25
3 Fr. 6 364 52 5 41 3 7 12 4 2 6 40
4 Sa. 6 38 4 50 6 35 4 10o. 7 13 4 28
5 Z 6 3 4 49 7 743 5 Tu. 7 14 4 2S 921
6 Mlo. 6 40 4 448 8 58- 6 We. 7 15 4 2S 10 38
7 Tu. 6 41 4 47 io 16 7 T11 7 216 4 2 II 50
8 We. 6 42 4 46 n1 33 8 Fr. 7 17 4 2 morn
9 Th. 6 4 44 morn 9 Saa. 7 17 4 28 0
1o Fr. 6 454 431 o 46 o 1 7 IS 4 2S 29
1t Sa. 6 46 4 42 i 58 1 M1o. 7 19 4 28 3 17
12 % 647 41 3 8 12 Tu. 7 20 4 2S 4 26
13 Mlo. 6 48 4 40 4 17 1 We. 7 21 4 28 5 34
14 Tu. 6 50 4 40 5 27 14 Th. 7 21 4 291 6 40
15 We. 6 51 4 39 6 36 15 Fr. 7 22 4 29 sets
16 Th. 6 52 4 38 sets 16 Sa. 7 23 4 29 5
17 Fr. 6 53 4 37 5 23 17 2 7 24 4 29 6 2
18 Sa. 6 5 4 436 6 13 S o. 7 24 4 30 7 6
19 6 56 4 36 7 191 T. 725 4 30 S o
20 Mo. 6 57 4 35 S i 20 W'e. 7 25 4 31 9 13
21 Tu. 6 5S 4 34 9 16 21 Th. 7 26 4 31 io 14
22 We. 6 59 4 33 o 20 22 Fr. 7 26 4 32 1 17
23 Th. 7 o 4 33 I 24 23 Sa. 7 27 4 32 10ior
24 Fr. 7 2 4 32 morn 24 7 27 4 33 0 20
25 Sa. 7 3 4 32 0 26 25 Mo. 7 2S 33 1 26
26 1 7 4 4 3i 1 31 26 Tu. 7 2-S 4 34 2 37
27 MA-. 7 5 4 31 2 38 27 3e. 7 28 4 35 3 52
28 Tu. 7 6 430 3 47 25 Th. 28 4 36 5 10
29 ,We. 7 8 4 5 2 29 Fr. 7 29 4 36 6 27
30 Th. 7 94 29 62i 30 Sa. 7 29 4 37 rises
...... .. 3 7 29 4 38 5 32




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