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Otis Keene Diary, 1875

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1875
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:
UF00076636:00015

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1875
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:
UF00076636:00015

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Title Page and Front Matter
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
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        Page 12
        Page 13
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    January 1875
        Page 33
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    February 1875
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    March 1875
        Page 52
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    April 1875
        Page 63
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    May 1875
        Page 73
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    June 1875
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    July 1875
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    August 1875
        Page 103
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    September 1875
        Page 114
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    October 1875
        Page 124
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    December 1875
        Page 136
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    Back Matter and Notes
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    Back Cover
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Cash Account, Bills Payable and Receivable.

ECLIPSES FOR 1878.
There will be two Eclipses this year, both of the Sun
I. A Total Echp'e of the Sun, April 6, invisible in
the United States.
II. An Annular Echp'e of the Sun, September 29,
visible in Africa and South-wesern Europe. At all
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ley the sun will rise more or less eclipsed. At New
York, the eclipse will end at 7h. 6m._ Its greatest
magnitude, i'digits. The eclpse will be annular, or
;ing.like, from Seneca Like, Syracuse, Saratoga, and
Northern Massachusetts, to the ocean.
S MORNING STARS.
VErNUE, unni SepL .23. M'ARS, until Feb. 26.
JUPITER, until jan. 20 SATULP, from Feb. 5 to
May 16.
EVENING STARS.
*VENUS, after Sept. 23 MAas, after. Feb. 6.
JUPITnr, from Jan. so to Nov 4. 'SMTui, until
Feb. 5, and afler May z6.
PLANETS BRIGHTEST.
Mic lsv, Feb. to, June 6, OcL 3, setting sooa
SIafter the -un; also, March 31, July 30, Nov. z8, rising
then a short time before the sun. VENOs, Jan 2.
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CHURCH DAYS.
Sepruagesima Sun Jan. 24 Easter Sunday... Mar. 28
Sexagesim aSun .. 31 LowSunday. .April 4
Quinquagesima S.Feb. 7 RogationSunday. May 2
Ash Wednesday.. to Ascension..Day .. 6
Quadragesima S .'" 4 WhitSunda ,. 16
Mid.Lent Sun. Mar. 7 Trinity Sudiiidl 23
S. y. . Corpus'Chris 27
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D D 6 MISCELLANEOUS. RI0ES SaT3 S
1 F. Moon apogee. 725 4 43 1 39
2S. (0) Proclam. Emanc.'63 7 25 4 44 241
3 a d Sun. afer Chrsma 7 25 4 45 3 43
4 M. Stokesconnoted, i6sj. 7 25 446 4 47
5 T. Cnaline killed, 62 B. c 725 4 475 53
6 W Ep;phany. Moon lowest 7 25 4 4 6 52
7 Th New moon,-oh im. e. 725 4 49 sets
8 F. (6) Jas. Fisk aas. 187:. 724 4 50 5 48
9 S. KingSandw'hl.in'g '73 724 4 5 650
10 A xt Sun. after Epiphany. 7 24 4 52 749
II M. (7)Colfaxbef.Mob.CL'73 724 4 53 9 10
12 T. Bombard. orParis, 1877. 723 4 54 10 19
13 W Tweed'smalbegun, 1873 723 455 11 30
14 Th Furtquaner,4h.s6nm.eve 723 456 morn
15 F. FuneralNap. II,1873 722 457 42
16 S. (17) Moon perigee. 7 22 459 1 55
17 A d Sun. after Epiphany. 721 5 o 3 10
18 Al. (zl) Ed. Everettdied,'65 7 2 5 I 4 28
19 T. Kiig gWlUampr.Em.,'7 7 2r 5 2 546
20 W (2T) LouisXVI. beh.i793 720 5 3 6511
2 t Th Full moon, oh. 45m. eve. 719 5 4 rises
22 F. MasseslorNap. III-,'73. 7 19 5 "5 6 12
23 S. ShipNortnh~eetrund.,'3 7 18 5 7 7 20
24 A Septuageima Sunday. 7 17 5 8 8 24
25 M. (23)DuukeofEdin. m.,'74 7 17 5 9 9 27
26 T. (-5)PrincessRoyalm'58 7 6 1 10 127t
27 W RepealFrankingPriv.'73 715 5 II I 27
28 Th Moon highest. 7 14 5 13 morn
29 F. Lastqr., 7h. 38m. morn 7 13 5 14 27
30 S. (a9) Moon apogee. 7.12 5 15 I 3011
31 S. Sexageiima Sunday. 7 12 5 16 2 32


















..DM DW MISCELLU EOUS. RI ES S ST 5 RBj

I M. BillExmiStuke-case,'73 7 II 5 18 340
2 T. Moon lowest 7 TO 5 19 441
3 NW Iquisi'nabol.,Spain,'a3 7 9 5 20 39
4 Th Banquet to Tyndall, 1873 7 75 21 627
5 F. (6) Battle F'r Henry, '6g 7 6 5 22 7 4
6 S. New moon, ;h 9. m. 7 5 5 23 Sets
7 S Quinquagesima Sunday. 7 4 5 25 7
8 bM. Tydall sail. for Eng.'73 7 3 5 2 1
9 T. Moon perigee. 7 2 5 27 9 3
10 W Ash Wednesday. 7 1 5 2 1042
. I Th Abdic.orfKing,Spain,'73 7 0 5 30 55
12 F. Republic in Spain, 1873 658 5 31 morn
13 S. Firstqr.,ob. zm-. morn. 657 5 32 1 II
14 N Quadragesima Sanday. 6 56 5 34 2 25
15 M. Moon hgheat. 655 5 35 338'
16 T. Stay in Stokes case,'7J 653 5 36 4 41
17 'W Dis. Plan. irh mag.'73 652 5 37 534
18 Th (2r)BattleValverde, z86. 651 539 6 14
19 F. Florida ceded, 182i. 6 49 5 40 648
20 S. -Full Moon, 3h. 5m mor. 6 48 5 41 rises
21 2 d Sundayin Lent. 646 5 43 7 12
S 22 I. Washington born, I732. 45 5 44 8 14
23 T. John Q. Adamsd., i848. 644 545 9 15
24 *W Louis Phillippeabd'd,'48 642 5 46 10 15
25 Tb NewSpanish hMnis,'73. 6 41 548 U1 17 t
26 F. Moon apogee. 639 549 mrn
27 S. (28) Lasrqr., h. 55m. m. 638 5 50 19
28 A 3d Sunday in Lent. 637 5 511 24
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LANEOULS. P.E spIi RISES

aS. 6 35 5 53 2 27
ed. 8 7a. 634 5 53 326
passed, 8;3. 6 32 5 54 4 S
trein3ug.'73 630 5 55 458
SRidge, ',. 6 29 556 535
oop,3h. 4m.e 627 5 57 6 5
Sunday 6 25 5 58 sets
.,S Bend,'73 624 559 7122
gee. 622 6 0 8261
t died, i8=o. 6 20 6 I 9 43
mptonRds.'6, 6 19 6 2 o1 5
ecept, Masi. 6 17 6 3 moll
qr. Sh. gm. m 166 6 4 15
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uhghesl 6 12 6 7 .2 37
iorVienna,'73 6 11 6 8 3 32
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.rn Ruis;a,'6z 6 7 6 10 4 50
n Salvador,'73 6 6 6 11 5 20
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day 6 2 6 13 rises
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tone Premier 5 59 6 15 8 4
cah sacked,'64 5 58 6 16 9 8
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JDM D V MISCELLANEOUS RISES SES R IES

I Th Steamer Adannc lost,'7; 5 44 6 24 3 30
2 F. Nuionconv. murder.'7 542 16 2 3
3 S. N.Y.SanitaryFair ope'd 5 41 627 4 31
4 A Low Sunday. 539 6 2S 457
5 AlI. N.V.Gasmen'.tcrike,'73 5 37 6 29 5 2a
6 T. New moon, h. 40m. mo 5 36 631 sets
7 W Moon pengee. 34 6 32 8 36
8 Th (5) Plato died, 347 B. c. 5 33 6 33 9 56
9 F. Lord Bacon died, i626. 531 634 II 16
10 S. Moon highesL 5 30 6 35 morn
Ij1 % d Sunday after Easter. 5 28 6 36 28
.12 M. Firsqr.,4h 37m. even'g 5 26 6 37 I 27
13 T. Vazoo Ciy taken, 1863. 5 25 6 38 2 15
J4 W Lincoln shot, z865 5 23 6 39 2 54
15 Th (17) Franklin born, 1790. 5 22 640 3 25
10 F. N.Y. Ciy Charter, 873 -20 641 349
17 S. (8) Shakespeareb., i56 5 r9 642 4 12
18 S 3d Sunday after Eater. 5 17 643 4 32
M19 M. Large fre, Canaiota. 5 16 644 4 5
20 T. Full moon, ih 34m. m. 5 14 645 rises
21 W (22) Battle Sniburg,'63. 5 13 6 6 7 58
22 Th lMoon apogee. 5 11 647 9 I
23 F. Printing in.ented, i41 5 o 6 48 10 3
24 S. (zSi Cholera in Vienna. 5 8 6 49 6
25 / 4th Sunday after Easter 5 7 6 50 morn
26 hI. (25) Moon lowesL 5 6 651 21
27 T. (26)GeC.Johnstowsur.'65 5 4 6 52 50o
28 W Lastquarter, sh. 2m eve 5 3 6 53 1 27
S129 Th Sale FurniL H. Rep.,'73 5 2 6 54 2 1
3. 3 F. NYCirychartersigned'73 5 o 6 55 2 3
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1 S. Vienna Exp.opd, 4 59 6 2 5
2 Rogation Sunday. 4 58 6 5 320
S3 1A. 2) Riot in Memphis,'66 456 6 5 34
4 T. Mikado'spalacedesL,'73 455 6 59 4 10
5 W New moon, ioh. 8m. m. 454 7 o sets
6 Th Ascension day. 4 53 7 I 847.
7 F. Ch. JLiuceChased.,'73. 452 7 2 1 71
8 S. (9)Paqic' iennaB'.e,'73 451 7 3 1I '6
I9 6ih Sunday alfer Easter 449 7 4 morn
o10 M. News Arctic falure,'73. 4 48 7 5 2
Ir T. (io)PacificR.R.op'd,'69 447 7 6 52
12 V Firstquarer, 2h.4mn.m 446 7 7 I 26
13 Tb Jamestown sealed, i6o,,. 4 45 7 8 55
114 F. (i2)Cor.K-&Q.Swed'73 444 7 9 26
15 S. S t6)Mn. Hemansd 1835 443 7 10 2 38
16 5 Whit Sunday. 4 42 7 II 258
17 Mi. JQhnjay died, 6:9. 441 7 12 325
18 T. (i3)Drummnondeplo.'73 4 40 7 13 3 47
19 W (wo) Bat. ontebello,'59 4 39 7 14 304
20 Tb Full moon, 3b. 56m. mor 439 7 15 rises
21 F. Arr. Shah a Moscon,'73 438 7 16 9
22 S. Manzon, poet, died,'73. 4 37 717 9 57
L23 Triniy Sunday. 436 7 18 1040
24 iM. Resig.Thiers,Frar.ce,'73 436 719 IT 29
25 T. (24 LcMlon el. r.,'73 4 35 7 20 morn
.26 W New ministry France,'73 434 7 20 I
27 Th Corpus Chrisd. 434 7 2T 31
28 F. Last qr., ih. 34m. morm. 433 722 58
29 S. Gen. Scottd;ed, S66. 432 123 I 2
[30 Ist Sunday sier Triniry. 4 32 7 23 I
.%31 1. Largefuirein Boton,'73 4 31 724 2










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DM DW tIISCELLNeOUS. RIES ses RISES

I T. Capt. Jack captured,'73 431 7 24 2 39
2 W (3) S. A. Douglassd.'6t 4 3 7 25 311
3 Th New moon, sh. 2sm. eve 430 726 sets
4 F. (3) Waworth,murd.'73 430 726 853i
5 S (4)Poaleer,namr.73429 7 2 953
6 S -d Sunfay after Trinity. 4 29 7 2 10 55
7 M. Mahomet died, 632 449 7 28 I 25
8 T. Spain a Republic, 7873. 429 729 1 551
9 WX AlexandraPal'cedes ,'73 428 730morn
1o Th First qr., -h. 59m. even. 4 2 730 20
ll F. Khivacap by Russ. '73 428 731 43
12 S. NewYorkmcorp. x665. 428 731 3
1 3 % ad Sunday after Trinity. 428 732 I 22
14 l. (is) Marylandinv.,'63. 428 732 1 43
i 5 T. Cholera in Tenn., 1873. 428 733 2 6
16 V Petersb'gh attacked,'64. 4 2S 733 2 32
17 Th Banie Bunker Hill, 775. 428 733 3 6
SF. Full moon, 7h.om.0 elen. 428 733 rises
19 S. (8) Shahin London,'73 428 7 34 8 43
'20 S 4th SundayafterTri~ ity 428 734 9 28
21 M. Lewis Tappan hded,'73. 428 734 10 3J
22 T. Philadelphiaevac. 1778. 428 734 1034
23 W Naval rev'w Eng, 2873. 428 7 34 11 c0
24 Th Marylandabol.Slavy,'64 428 .735 ri 24
'25 F. George IV. died, z83o. 42 735 1147
26 S. Last qr., .h43m. 3 m. o 430 735 morn
27 A b Sunday aer Trinity. 430 735 O1
S(7) Hiram Powersd.'73 4 31 735 35
29T (27) Cholera in N. Y.,'32 4 3 735 5
SW (9g)J. R. Grand. 1873. 431 735 43
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I Th B3L Malvern Hill, 1862. 4 32 735 2 28
2 F. (3) BaL CGertyburg, '63. 4 32 735 35 1
3 S. Nev.Moon, oh. 2-9m. m. 433 7 34 sets
14 ~ 6th SwrdayafterTriniry 4 34 34 9 IS
5 5M. Sr.. Cr Wash. wr. '73 434 34 9 52
ST. ShahofPersaiaParis'73 35 733 10 20
W glo Battle of sonocacy. 435 33 1045
Th Burkgdsed, 1707. 4 30 733 11 5 .
9 F. Sack AlcoySpn.com.'73. 437 7 32 1 I 25
10 S. Fireqr. 5h. 41m. morn. 4 37 732 11 47
I I 7th SundcyafterTrinity. 438 731 morn
12 AM. OrangeRiot,N.Y.,'7'. 439 7 31 S
13 T. (to; Morris taken,'63 439 730 32
14 W DonCalosenter. Sp. '7; 4 40 73 4
15 Th France decl. war, 1870 441 29 381
16 F. (r) Sur. ofBerga, 873. 442 729 2 25
I; S. (z8) Sth Sun. aftierTr.r 443 7 28 3 21
IS S Full moon, 8h. 3om. m. 443 727 "rses.
i19 5. (8r; C-llegeregara, '73 444 726 8 37
20 T. Sp. navy revol, 1873. 4 45 726 9 5
21 W (22) BaL Atlanta, 864. 4 46 7 25 9 28
22 Th (z8)Pr.oc Snabruck,'o 447 7 24 952
23 F. Gibralr taken, [704. 448 7 23 10 14
124 S. (?5) 9gh Sun. aferTrio 44S 7 22 10 37.
25 A Lastqr. 3 A3m. e, on. 449 722 II 5
26 M. (5 Frein Bil, 18:3- 4 50 721 11 38
27 T. (26) Born. ofC3diz, '3 4 5 7 20 morn
5 V ,30o) Mas'eat N. 0.'66 452 7 19 20'
9 T French Reiolut;on, '30 4 53 7 S1 I I
SF. Nap. I ke. '70. 4 54 7 18 2 1
S. hoern in Vienna, 1873. 4 55 7 17. .S.














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I New Soon h. 3a m. 4 56 7 16 sets
SM. (r) lorhSun after Trin. 4 57 7 14 8201
ST. (2)Firein PortlandOr'73 458 7 13 845
4 W (3)Shah vised Vien'a'73 4 59 7 r2 9
5 Th BaL Baron Rouge, r863. 5 71 9 2S
6 F. (2) Evac. ofBeelfrL,'73. 5 1 7 J 946
7 S. (8) rth Sun. after Trin. 5 2 7 9 10 1
S& Frs qqr roh. 33m. e'en. 5 3 7 7 1034
9 1b.- 8) St. Wawassetbr. '73 5 4 7 o 1I 3
S10 T. (gj Valencia .ur., 873. 5 5 7 5 1I 35
I W Prussiansoc. St Abold'7o 5 6 7 4 morn
12 Th Cap. Sir. Deerhound'73 5 7 7 2 18
3 F. Scrasburg bom., zi87 5 8 7 I 9
14 S. Prussians oc. Nancy,'7 5 9 7 0 2 6
15 A izth Sunday after Tnn. I10 6 58 3 17
6 M. Full moon 8. 37m., eve 5 11 657 rises
17 T. l SLteamboat India'255 12 655 7 33
18 WV Shahar at Constan.'73. 5 13 654 7 56
119 Th Napoleon a Chalons,'70 5 14 0 53 8 IS(
20 F. Sc ALdantic ,unk, 1852. 5 15 651 842
21 S. Carlims defeated, z8.3. 5 16 650 9 19
(22 13th Sunday after Tnn. 5 17 648 940
23 1. Lastqr.8h 4 m. eve. 5 17 647 1017
24 T. (25) Castelarch. Pre.'73 5 IS 6451 4
S25 W Galein Nov Scotia, '73. 5 E9 6 44 mor
26 T Bt. Somervdle, .86z. 5 20 6 42 2
27 F. Bat. Long ITland, 776. 5 21 641 I 8
28 S (:5) Bat. of Ream_, i8.6 5 22 6 39 2 24
29 14h Sunday after Trin. 5 23 6 37 337t
o30 l. New moon 6h. 42m. eve. 5 24 6 36 setsl'
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I W Napoleon sat., 1870. 5 26 6 33 7 30
2 Th (4)Repub.proc.Pans,'7 5 27 631 7 51
1 F. s(5 tCongr's, Phila.'74 5 2S 6 29 8 12
4 S. Rcp.clubbro.atHav.'73 5 29 6 2 8 "351
5 r tlh Sunday after Trin. 5 30 626 9 21
6 1-. (7)Firen Havana,'73. 531 625 9 34
S7. T. First qr. 4h. 42m. een. 5 32 623 10 10t
8 W Sebastopol taken, 1855. 533 621 1059
9 Th Geneva award paid, '73. 5 34 6 20 11 54
o F. Holl'y St. Thea. b'd Bal 5 35 6 18 mior
i S. Yel'w lver rm Mem.'73. 536 6 16 I I
2 i6th Sunday after rin. 537 6 15
S13 M. Vel.fev.inShrevport'7i 5 38 6 13 3 17.
14 T. (3)Finan. panic N.Y.',- 5 39 6 11 4 291
15 W Full moon 7h. 46m m. 5 40 6 9 rises
16 T Ger. evac. F'ch. er. '3. 5 4 6 8 6461
1 F. (5)Str.rosideslost,'73 5 42 6 6 7 11
j18 S. JayCooke&Co.sus.'73 543 6 4 71
19 % 7yth Sunday after Trin. 544 6 3 *S 8
20 I. N. Y. .S'k ex. cloed'73 5 45 6 i 9 1
21 T. (L8)Bradlugh vi.Am.'73 5 46 5 59 9 5 5
22 W Lastqr.h. sm. morn. 547 558 1048
23 Th H'nClews&Co. sus.'73 5 48 5 56 morn
124 F. King Italy vis. Ber., '-3 5 49 5 54 j
25 S. Wil. Collinsin N. V.'7 5 5 5 53 I 24
26 S rsth Sunday after Trin. 51 551 2 34
27 1. Strasburg caplu., x8:. 5 52 5 50 3 42
28 T. L Muhibach died, 183 5 53 548 4 47
29 W New moon 7h. 59m m. 554 5 46 tj'
3S Th Whitfield died, 1770 5 55 5
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-I F. t,) ietR R.in Am. 833 5 56 543 6 38
2 S. t3iEvan.Alli.inN.V.'73 5 57 541 7 3?
.3 g9th Sunday after Trin. 5 5 39 733
4 M.- U3)CapL.ackhaged,'73 6 0 5 38 8 -
5 T. (6 iB L orAloona, 2864 6 I 5 36 9 o
6 W TrialBaza;nebegan,1873 6 2 5 35 952
Th Fast qr. 1h. Sm. morn. 6 3 5 33 10421
F. Chicago Fire, 187r. 6 4 5 31 mor
9 S. ITALtass. Pomeroy,'73 6 5 30 I
o10 % 2oh Sunday after Trin. 6 5 28 57
11 M. DefeeatECaTlhagerna,'73 6 527 2 6
12 T. SirS.Bakerm Lond'n,'73 6 9 5 25 3 17
13 W Muralihor, 815 6 6 10 5 23 4 26
1 4 Th Full moon 6h. i8m. eve. 6 11 5 22 rises
15 F. Bankpanic, 85-. 612 5 20 541
16 S. Emp.Cer vi. Vienna,'73 6 13 5 9 6 14
17 5 2Ir Sunday aferTrin. 6 14 5 7 6 57
18 A. ( ilJovellarCap.C-en '73 6 15 5 16 48
19 T. Cornwallissurren., 1787. 6 16 5 14 851
20 W Conv'seiz. at Rome,'73 6 r8 5 13 1001
21 Th Lst qr. 9h. 6m. morn. 6 19 5 12 11 15
22 F. Bat. of Red Bank, 1777. 620 5 10 morn
23 S. (2i)SirE Landseerd.'73 621 5 9 11
24 5 nd Sunday after Trin. 6 22 5 7 I 33
25. (. (ODan'lWebiterd.'5 6 23 5 6 238
26 T. (I;)Brutusdied,4z2.c 624 5 4 341
127 W (9-) Stokes guilty, 1873. 625 5 3 444
28 Th (9) Bismarck tes.Pr.'73 626 5 2 546
S29 New moon oh. ,6m m. 627 5 I sets
30 S. .(31) Virgiius seized, '73 6 28 4 59 5 34
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I M. A.&W SpraguePld,'?3 630 457 656
2 T. Vienna E- dosed,'73 631 4 56 735
3 .W Virgin crewslugh'd '7 6 32 4 54 831
4 Th Gen. Ryan short, 1873 634 453 9341
5 F. 6) Gen Delafeldd.,'73 635 452 1040
6 S. Firs qr. 4b 56m. morn. 6 36 4 51 11 47
7 t4Lh Sunday alerTrin. 63 4 mor
8 M. Capt Fry butchered, '73 63 4 49 55
9 T. (8)Halld Polarisbay,'73 640 448 2 3
o1 W Navyon warfioting,'73 641 447 3 13
ii Th (io)Cummin- wilth'd'73 6 42 446 4251
12 F. (li) Montrealcap., 1775. 643 445 542
13 S. Full moon 4h. 33m.m.. 644 4 44 rises
114 5lhSunday afterTiin 646 443 5 3-
15 M. LordLennox Gordon di. 647 442 6 36
16 T. ( 8)Nap.I.disinter.j840 648 442 7 46
17' W Suez canal opened, 1869 649 441 9 2
18 Th T9g) Tweed 'd guilry,'73 6 50 440 10 16
[9 F- Las qr. 7h. om. even. 651 439 11 25
20 S. (i,) Sen. Hale died,'73. 653 4 39 morn
21 A a6th Sunday after Tin. 6 54 4 38 32
22 N M. (8: P. D. Vroom, d '73 6 5 4"38 I 35
23 T. (=) Hor. Greeleyd. 87 656 437 36
24 W Bat. Lookout Moun.'63 6 6 436 3.38J
25 Th Sharkey escaped, 1873. 6 58 4 35 4 41
26 F. (25) Evacua. N. Y. 178 659 4 35 5 44
2- S. New oon6b.46m.even 7 0 4 35 sets
28 % Advent Sunday. 7 2 435 444
29I M. (281 Peckhamdr. l873. 7 3 434 5 30 f
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I W 43d Congress cove.'73 7 5 4 34 7 2
2 Th Ref. Epis ch. formed'73 7 6 4 33 8 30
3 F. I,) Illinois admit, 7818 7 4 33 9 36
S4 S. 1~5~dSunday;nAdvenL 7 8 433 1041
5 A Funtqr h. om. ever 7 9 432 11 47
6 M- (3)SiegeorKnoxville,'63 7 10 4 32 morn
T. Judge Underwood d.'73 7 11 4 32 53
W Amnesty Proclam., 863 7 12 432 2 2
S9 Th Fogin London, 1873 7 13 4 32 313
lo F. Bazainefoundguily,'73 7 14 4 32 429
I1 S. 1Q213dSun. inAdvent 715 432 549
S12 A Full moon 2h. 48m.eve 7 15 42 rises
; 3 I. Judge Nelson died, 1873 7 16 432 522
14 T. Prof. Aassiz died, 873. 7 16 4 33 639
15 W Schenck Pr. Sw. Re.'73 7 17 433 757
16 Th Virginiussurrender ,873 7 18 4 33 9 10
'17 F. Eugenie vis Victoria,'73 7 18 4 33o 02o
iS S. (z9)4thSun. in Advent 7 19 4 34 1r 25
J19 A Last qr. zoh. om. morn. 7 20 4 34morn
20 AI. Genet convicted, 1873. 20 4 35 29
)21 T. (g9) Rome burned, !869. 7 21 435 I 31
2)2 V Genet escaped, 1873 7 21 4 36 233
23 Th Ex-blayor Hallacq 3 722 436 336
S24 F. (6) Great Fire N. Y.'3 7 22 437 4 40
25 S. CHRSTMAS DAy. 7 23 437 5 42
26 % li Sun. after Chrsnma 7 23 4 38 646
27 M. New moon oh. 8m eve 723 439 sets
8 T. Funeral Fran. Hugo,'73. 7 23 439 5 18
S29 W Jesuits founded, 153, 7 24 4 40 24
S13o Th Buffalo burned, 1813 724 4 4E 726
3 F. I'. Emanuelent.Ro.,'70 7 24 4 42 34
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DRor or LOCAL LETTERS, 7 cts per half ounce
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]POPULATION OF STATES ANDi
S TERRITORIES-1870.


STATES. POPULAR. STATrB POPULAR.


SAlabama 996,992 Ohio... . ,665,6
Arkansas 484,471 Oregon... 90,9"3
Callornia 560,247 Pennsylv'nia. 3,52r,79
SConnecicur 537,454 Rhode Island 017,3531
Pelaware 1=5,015 South Carolina 765,606
SFlorida. 87,748 Tennessee 3,258,50:
Georgia...... 1,184,8 9 Texas . 818,579
[llinois ...... 2,539,89r Vermon 330,551
I Indiana.. 1,680,637 Virgnia r,225,163
lowa.. 1,191,792 West Virinia.. 442,.14
Kanss.. .. 36439 WiEconsin 1,054,670o
S I Kentucky.... r ,321,0r _
Louisiana. 726,915
Maine...... 626,915 TERiiTORIES 1
Maryland.. 80,894 Ariona. 9,659
lassachusets 457,35 Colorado 39,864
Michigan.. ,184,059 Dakota 14,181
SMinnesota.. 439,706 Dis Columbia 131,700
Msissi.ppi 87',922 Idaho . 4,999
Miori. :,71,295 Montan .. 20,595
Nebraska 1r2,993 New Mexico. 93,874
Nevada 4,U49 u . 86,7861
SNew Hampshre 38,3 Washington 3,955
New Jerey.. 9q6,o96 Wyoming 9,r 8
New York. 4,382,759
, North Carolna. 1,071,361 Tqtal 38,555983


















PRINCIPAL CITIES.
THEIR DISTANCE PROM NEW YORK, ITH1 THE DIr-
PERENCE IN TIME AND POPuI.ATnON.

6 v 0 TIME WHEN O
CITIES g I2O''C1OC Ar A N
S I NEW YORK. Y 1ON
Albany, N-. Y... 4I 5 6 P.M. 76,2s6
Bal.,nore, Mid . 86 8 iz 49 38 A M ;67,354
Boston, Mass... 231 Io 1 50 o 250,526
Brooklyn, N. Y. ... 396,300
Bufalo, N. Y... 43 18 I 40 24 "' "7,715
Burlington, lowa 1118 50 o 51 0 14,930
Charleston. S. C. 815 47 rr 36 ** 48.956
Chicago, I. .... 898 36 11 6 298,983
Cincinnati, Ohio.. 744 31 i 18 z6 21i6,39
Cleveland, Ohio.. 581 23 r 30 92,829
Detroit, Mih....... 664 L7 1 23 54 79 ,77
Galveston, Texas i822 lto 1a 36 58 13;818
Indianapolis. Ind.. 8B2 3 I4 3 54 48,744
Louisville, K. 852 41 zi I 4 4 0,754
LsCrosse, Wts .... 1214 50 10 o 7,785
Memphis, Tenn :22 65 1o 56 o 40,226
Milwaukee, Wis. gc 40 r 4 16 7z,44
Mobile, Ala. ........ 628 8 2 32,034
Monceal, Ca. ... 390 19 12 I 44 P.M. 107, 25
New Orleans, L2 1483 82 1o 56 4 A.M 191,418
New York N. Y ... ... .96,341
Omaha, Neb .. r 420 56 to 32 o 16,o83
Philadelphia Pa.... 88 41 ir 55 25 674,022
Pittsburgh, Pa. .... 431 17 i 36 0 86,076
Portland, e .. 349 15 1 15 0 P.M. 31,414
SQuincy, IL..... c.9 50 0o 44 aA M. 24,052
Richmond, Va. 356;o 11 46 15 '" 5z,038
Salt Lake Ciry, U. T 2464 16o 9 28 o :1,854
San Francisco, Cal. 332 192 8 46 r9 149,473
f St. loIeph, Mo 1301 6i o 37 0 29,565
SL Lous, Mo .. 1089 45 o 55 4 3Io,869
SL Paul, Minn. 1347 64 1043 45 20,031 I
Saratoga Sp', N. Y 183 8 I2 0 P .M. 7,561
S Washinrton, D. C 326 to 47 53 A M 109,99
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