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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1879
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:
UF00076636:00018

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1879
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:
UF00076636:00018

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Title Page and Front Matter
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
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        Page 12
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        Page 15
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        Page 30
        Page 31
        Page 32
        Page 33
        Page 34
        Page 35
        Page 36
    January 1879
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
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        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
    July 1879
        Page 57
        Page 58
    September 1879
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
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        Page 70
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    October 1879
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
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        Page 100
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        Page 102
        Page 103
    December 1879
        Page 104
        Page 105
    Back Matter and Notes
        Page 106
        Page 107
        Page 108
        Page 109
        Page 110
        Page 111
        Page 112
        Page 113
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    Back Cover
        Page 131
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z In. I Foot. 8 Fur. Mile.
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MEASURE OF SURFACE.
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9 Square Feet Square Yard.
o Square Yards x Rod, Perch or Pole.
40 Square Rods Square Rood.
4 Square Roods z Square Acre.
1o Square Chains i Square Acre.
64o Square Acres I Square Mile.
Gunter's Chain equal to 22 Yards or ioo Links.
MEASURE OF SOLIDITY.
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27 Cubic Feet i Cubic Yard.
AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT.
271 Grains make z Drachm (dr. or 27' Grains.
x6 Drachms x Ounce (oz. or 437 t
16 Ounces r Pound (lb.) or 7000o
28 Pounds I Quarter (qr.)
4 Quarters i Hundred-Weight (cwt.)
20 Cwts. I Ton.
TROY WEIGHT.
24 Grains make i Pennyweight, or 24 Grains.
so Pennywts. i Ounce, or 480 "
xi Ounces x Pound, or 5760 "
APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT.
so Grains make x Scruple. I 8 Drachms make x Ounce.
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DIAMOND WEIGHT.
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WEIGHT PER BUSHEL OF GRAIN, ETC.


The following Table shows the number of pounds per
bushel required, by law or custom, in the sale of articles
specified, in the several States of the Union. (Otcial.)


STATES.
0___ 5_ o ILL.i-_
QU .0. H 14
c41~U c~u101 I E-49


Maine........ 48 48 56 523o60 .. 6 .. o64
N.Hampshire. .. 56 50 .. 30 60 56 6o 6c
Vermont .... 4448 .. ... 3260 56 60 64
Massachusetts. 48 48 56 50 52 3260 56 6o ..,..
Connecticut .. .45 56 ..28 6o 56 56., .
New York.... 4848 58 .. 32 60o 560 ..62
New Jersey... 48 5 56 3 6o 56 60 ..
Pennsylvania 4 48 56 *. 30 56 56 6o 85
Delaware....... ** 56 .... ., 6o .,..
Maryland..... 4818 48. 6 736 566o 56 .62
Dist. Columbia 47 48 56 4 57 32 56 S660 0 55 62
Virginia ...... 4 48 6 5Q 32 6o 56 6o 566
West Virginia. 48 52 8o 56 48 .. 32 6o .. 6o6o
North Carolina 48 5o.. 54 46 .. 30 .. 56 6..
South Carolina 48 56 8o 56 5 57 33 6o 56 6 5 .. 6o
Georgia ...... .. 0 8o6 4 735 556 56 *
Louisiana .... 32 .... 56 .. 32.. 6..
Arkansas. 48 52 80 56 5 57 32 6 56 6 59. 6
Tennessee... 48 50 56 50 56326o 56 6 .. 6o
Kentucky .... 48 52 56 5 57 33 56 56 6o 50 6o
Ohio........48 50. 56 3260 566o .... 6
Michigan ... 4848 80 56 54 32 6o 56 605 58 60
Indiana....... 48 50 70 56 50 48 32 6 56 6o 50 .. 6o
Illinois ....... 48 52 56 48 5732 6o 56 60 60
Wisconsin .... 4850.. 56 32 60 5660o
Minnesota.... 4842 56 .. 32 66056 6
Iowa ......... 48 52 56 57 33 60 56 6 4 6o
Missouri...... 48 52 56 57 32 60 56 .. 6o
Kansas.. 50 50.. 56 5057 32 60666 5 6
Nebraska..... 48 52 .. 5 6 573440 56 50 5560
California .... 5040 52 32 .. 5460 ...
Oregon ..... 46 42 .: 56 .. .36 60 56 60 .. .


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-IN-IE R E ST .TABL E.-
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TIME $32 $3 $ $ $ $7 $8 $9 $o $roo $1ooo

1 DAY. o 0 ca 6 0 o o o o o 2 17
2 '" I 0 o o o o o o o 3 33
S3 b b o 00 o 0o I 5 o5
4 .0 0 0oo 0o o 0 I 1 7 67
5 0 o0 o o o z I 1z 8 83
6 0" o0o o I z1 z xz zo 'I oo
7 o o I 1o I x I I2 z 17
S" 0o 1 I I 1 1 I I 13 133
9 0 o o z II x I 2 15 z 5
10 0 :o z I I i 2 2 17 x.67
xz 0 I I I I I I 2 2 18 x83
12 0 x I 1 2 2 20 2 00
13 0 1 I 2 2 2 2 22 2 17
r4 0 o 2 2 2 2 2 23 233
r a a I x.. 1 2 2 2 2 3 25 2 5o
S a I x x x 2 2 2 2 '3 27 2 67
17 01 o x 2 2 2 3 3 28 2 83
r8 a a 22223 3 30 3oo
19 11 1 a 22 3 3 3 32 3 17
20 o x x 2 2 2 3 3 3 33 3 33
21 O I 2 2 2 3 3 4 35 350
s o 1 I 2 2 3 33 4 3 3 6
23 0 Io 2 2 3 3 3 4 3 3 83
Z4 0o X 2 2 2 3 3 4 4 40 4 0
23 o 3 3 42 4 42 4 17
26 0 1 1 24 2 3 3 4 4 43 4 33
27 0 o 12 2 3' 3 4 4 45 4 50
4 0 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 47 4 67
29 o 1 22 3 3 4 4 s 48483
SMON. I x 2 2 3 4 4 5 50 5 o
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3 2" 3 5 6 8 9 I I2 14 i5 1 50 I5 oo
4 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 2 OO 26 00
5 3 8 ro 13 15 8 20 23 i5 2 50 25 00
6 31 6 9 z2 i5 18 21 24 27 30 3 oo 30 oo
7 4 7 14 z8 21 25 28 3235 3 5 35 0o
S 4 8 12 x6 20 24 28 32 36 40 4 00 40 00
9 5 9 14 i8 23 27 32 36 4 4 4 50 45 oo
ao 5 015 20 2 30 35 40 45 50~ oo 5000
S 6 1 7 22 28 33 39 44 505 5 50 55 oo
a YEAR. 61 2 18 2430 36 42 48 54 6o 6 oo 6o oo
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12 0 O I I I I 2 2 23 2 33
13 O I 1 1I 2 2 2 2 3 25 a 53

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18 0 1 I 2 a a 3 3 4 35 3- 9
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22 o z x 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 43 4.8
23 01 23 3 4 4. 447'
24 0 1 2 23 3 4 4 5 4. 4 67
25 o 2 3 4 5 49 486
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27 I 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 53 ..25
28 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 54 5 44
9 2 3 3 4 5 6 56 5 64
SMON. 11223. 4 4 8 5 83
2 I 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 ii' i 17 z 67
3 2 4 5 7 9 II 12 I4 I6 i8 175 17 50
4 2 5 7 9 12 14 z6 19 21. 3 2 33 '23 33
5 3 6 9 12 Iz5 8 2023 26 29 2 92 29 17
6 4 7 i1 14 18 21 25 28 32 35 3 S 5 300
7 4 8 12 16 20 25 29 33 3 4 4 d 40 83
8 5 9 4 19 23 28 33 37 .4 47 4746 67
9 5 1x 6 2z 26 32 37 4 47 53 5 S s5
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INTT AW O A. TE STATES.
INTT r TtHE STATES.


STATES '



Alabama,
Arisoxus
A.kans',
Valifostj,
Celorad& ,
Conneeti6ut,.
Daeotar,
So Col.
Fodda "
Geoigia

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L wt,
nxsas,
K entucky,
S.ujsiana,
alaipe,
Ja&sachusetts,
Mjchigan,
ninnesotA,
,pssissipIpi,
fissouri,
Montana,
rebpaska,
gevada,
X Hampshire,
ew Jersey,
New Mexico,
lNew York,
North Carolina
Ohio, .
Oregon,
Penusylvania,
Rhode Island,
South Carolina
Tennessee,
Texas,
Utah,
Vermont,
Walingtoun,
Virginia,
Wes, vlrginia,
Wisconsin,
Wyesmiving,


PENALTY OF USURY.


Loss of interest.
No Penalty.
4 F. &L

Forfeiture of all interest.
S of Contract.
of plI Interest.
No perialty.
Forfeiture of Excess.
8300 lane or- imp't. 6 ms. or both.*'
Forfeiture of all interest.
of Interest and Coats.
of excess.
"" over 12 per t.
S". of all Interest.
of Interest.
No penalty.
Forfeiture of Excess.
Nd petalty-6 per ct. on Judg'ts.
Forfeiture of Excess.
f over 7perct.
No penalty.
Forfeiture of all interest.
No penalty.
Forfeiture of all Interest & costs.
No penalty.
Forfeit of three times int. rec'd.
Forfeit of all Interest.
No penalty.
Forfeiture of Contract.t
Forfeiture of Interest.
S of Excess.
of prin., int. & costs.
S of excess, Act of 1858.
unless by Contract. $
No penalty.
Forfeit of over 6 p. c. & $100fine.
No penalty.
Forfeit of excess on R. R. bonds.
of Contract.
No penalty.
Forfeit of Excess.
of all interest.
No penalty.


Lfable td arrest for misdemeanor. t Also punishable as a
misderptenor. Manks forfeit interest only, or double the interest
if charged in advance. t Also 6 per cent. on judgments.


e Special.


8 .........
10 No limit.
10 "
10 "
7 18 per ct.
6 6 per ct.
6 10 per et.
8 No limit.
7 12 per ct.
10 24 per ct.
6 0 per ct.
6 10 per ct.
6 10per et.
7 12 per ct.
6 10 per ct.
5 8 per et.
6 No limit.
6 6 per et,
6 No limit.
7 10 per ct.
7 12 perct.
6 No limit.
6 10per. ct.
10 ........
10 12 perct.
10 No limit.
6 6 per ct-
7 7per et.
6 12 per ct.
S77 per ct.
6 8 per ct.
6 8 per ct.
10 12 perct.
6 per ct.
6 No limit.
7 6" "6
6 10 per et.
8 No limit.
10 "
6 7 per ct.
6 12 per ct.
10 No limit.
6 6 per ct.
7 10 per ct.
10 No limit.






RATE OF INCOME ON INW' STMIENTS "
Par value being t$?";bearing interest at

Piei. 5% 6% 7% 8% ; o%
$50 10.00 12.oo 14.00 16.oo 20.OQe
5 .09 10.90 12.72 I4.55 8I:.1
S-33 10.00 o .66 i3.33 6.6|
65 7.69 9-23 10.76 12.30 15.38
70 7.14 8.57 10.00 11.42 4.281
6.66 8.oo 9-33 10.66 .:i
o0 6.:5 7.50 8.75 tooo 2. 5o-
824 6.o6 7.27 8.48 9.69 12.1-'
85 5.88 7.ot 8.23 9.41 11,76
87 5-7i 6.85 8.00 9.14 11,42,
90 5-55 6.66 77 8.88 II.i
921 5.40 6'48 6 8.64 Io.80
95 5.26 6.31 7.36 8.42 10.52
96 5.20 6.25 7.29 8.33. 10.41
97 5.15 6.18 7.2i 8.24 10.30
9 5.12 6. 5 .. 717 8.20 10.25
5.-0 6. 2 7.14 8.i6 10.20
99 5.05 6.o6 7.67 8.08 io.ao
100 5.00 6.oo. 7.00 8.00 xo, o
101 4.95 5.94 6.93 7.92 9.90
102 4.90 5.8 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 5-7r 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.I6 5.00 5.83 6.66 8.33
125 4.00 4.80 5.60 6.40 8.oo
130 3.84 4.61 5.38 615, 7.69
135 3-70 4.44 5.-8 5.92 7.40
x4o 3.57 4.28 5.00 5.71 1
145 3-44 4.13 4-82 5,5, C-t
x 50 3-33 4.00 4.66 5.33








IroP~ION OF PRINCIPAL NATIONS.

-inJited States.- 38,925,598 Sweden&Norway, 6,137,559
CM ........ 425,00,000 Belgium....... 5253,82
British India... 192,847,900 Arabia ..........4,600,000
Russia. ........ 85,685,945 Portugal .........4,390,589
Tuke*........ 47,627,000 Holland....... 3,767,263
German Empire, 41,060,846 Canada .......... 3,78,745
Franvue......... 36,102,921 Switzerland .... 2,669,47
Austria&H'ngary,35,904,435 Central America .. 2,580,700
Japa......... 33,bo,825 Chili... .......2,068,447
at ritain t.. 33,998,40 Bolivia........2,000000
Italy.......... 26,80o,54 Persia...........2,o0ocoo
Spi.......... 16,835,506 Argentine Repub. 1,877,490
Brazil.......... 9,70,187 Greece&Ionian Isl. I,457894
Mexico......... 9276,o79 Cuba. ...... ,400,000
Slamt .......... 6,300,60o Equador ..........,08,082
ftonman Empirn (Indud g Asisio pot essions.) t Including Ieland.


PRINCIPAL CITIES OF UNITED STATES.
Stars indicate Population census of 1875; other cities, 1870.


*Albany, N.Y..... 86,013
Allegheny City Pa.. 53,x80
daltimore, Md.....267,354
*Boston, Mass......341,919
*Brooklyn, N. Y.... 484,616
*Buffalo, N. Y... .. 34,573
*Cambridge, Mass.. 47,838
Charleston, S. C.... 48,956
*Chicago, Ill......407,667
Cincinnati, Ohio....216,239
Cleveland, Ohio.... 92,829
Columbus, Ohio.... 31,274
Detroit, Mich..... 79,577
Hartford, Conn... 37,180
Indiaal Ind... 48,244
Jersey City, N. J... 82,546
Louisville, Ky...... oo,753
*Lowiell, 1Mass...... 49,688
Manchester, N. H.. 23,536
Miemphis, Ten.... 40,226
*Milwaukee, Wis.. 00oo,775


*Minneapolis, Minn. $3,720
Mobile, Ala...... 32,034
Newark, N. J...... 165o59
New Haven, Conn.. 50,840
New Orleans,,LaK.. 191,418
*New York, N. V. 1,046,037
Philadelphia, 'Pa.,... 674,022
Pittsburgh, Pa....... 86,076
*Portland, Me...... 37,000
*Providence, R. I... zoo,675
Reading, Pa........ 33,930
Richmond, Va..... 51,038
*Rochester. N. Y... 81,673
*San Francisco, Cal. 250,00ooo
*St. Louis, Mo.... 400,000
*Springfield, Mass.. 31,053
*Syracuse, N. Y.... 483 15
*Troy, N. Y..-.... 48,821
Washington, D. C.. iog,2oo
Wilmington, Del.... 30,841
*Worcester, Mass... 49,317








DISTANCE, TIME, AND DITFEENCE OF TilL
BETWEfE. Et TIB j CfLY, AND
OTHER CITIES IN THE UNITED STATES AND. CANDA.


FROM N. YORK CITY TO


Albany, N. Y. .
Baltimore, Md.
Bangor, Me .
Boston, Mass.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Burlington, Vt.
Cairo, Ill . .
Charleston, S. C.
Chicago, 11. .
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland, "
Columbus, "
Concord, N. IH..
Detroit, Mich.
Indianapolis, Ind.
Memphis, Tenn.
Milwaukee, Wis. .
jMobile, Ala ....
Montreal, Can.
Nashville, Tenn.
New Orleans, La.
Newport, R. I. .
Omaha, STeb. .
Portland, Me.
Philadelphia, Penn.
Pittsbuig, Penn.
Richmond, Va.
Sacramento, Cal.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
San Francisco, Cal.
Savannah, Ga.. .
St. Louis, Mo .
St. Pau4 Minn.
Viekshirg, Miss.
Washiiigton, D. C..


DIEsT.


Miles.
144
x88
484
236
417
296
iz, 43
829
955
859
604
637
270
646
969
1,376
1,000
I1591
400
X,089
i,495
218
1,413
347
90
443


2,464
3,3 o10
933.
I,c84
1,388
,5226
226


r-


PDIF.fT-lx*


R.R.TIME

Hours.
4 30
8oo
8 00
9 oo
15 00
I3 3o
54 30

36 00
33 o0
23 00
24 30
IX 35
25 30
38 00
6o 00
-.39 00
86oo

48 o1
72 00
9 o
66 45
14 00
4 00
x6 30
i8 30
168 oo
120 00oo

4100
42 ^0
47 oo
56 40'
85 oo
A?9 00


The difference in time, in4ict the above table,
East of New York, FAST Wet, .S

i -


|


A. m. s.
0 x 6
0 10 22
o 20 56.
o II 5o
o 19 36

o 58 ro
o 23 38
o 53 58
:0 o 49 44
o 30 o1
o 36 8

b 36 6
o 48 x6
1 5 io
o -55 44
o 59 58-.
o 44
.o .5 12
I 3 56
o 1 So0

o 15. o0
o 4 35
o 24 4
o 13 45
3 3 56
2 8 *o
3 14 41
o 28 28
I 4 53
Ix 6 7

o 12 7


I








*--. 'VALc U E O F


-FOREIGN COINS2

A. BMIaD BY

U. S. MINT ASSAYS.


S"- D. C.
AUSTMRA ........G old, Quadruple Ducat..... 9 13 2
S Ducat.... ........ 2 28 3
Sovereign (no lonr coin'd) 6 75 4
^ SSilver, Rix Dollar.............. I 0 2
BiLGIUM........ Gold, Twenty-five Franc piece. 4 82 5
Silver, Five Francs............ o 96
S" Two Francs............ o 38 6
BOIVIA ......... Gold, Doubloon........ ...x. So 3
BRAZIL. .......Silver, Double Milreis. ........ o 4
CaN. AMRICA... Gold, Escudo.................... 844
SDollar............ .... o 98 s
Four Reals............. o 48 8
CHILI ..........Gold, Doubloon (before 1835).. 15 o 3
Silver, Dollar............... o 96 a
DENMARK.... ...Gold, Dble. Fred. or ro-Thaler. 7 9o o
Silver, Rigsbank Daler......... o 54
EGYPT ........Silver, Twenty Piasters......... o 96
Piaster (new).......... o 4 a
FRANCE ........ Gold, Twenty Francs. ....... 3 84 7
Silver, Five Francs ............. o 96
GERMAN EMPIRE.Silver, Five Marks (new)....... o 96 5
Thaler (no longer coined) 0 71 5
GREAT BRITAIN.. Gold, Sovereign .............. 4 86 6
Silver, Half Crown............. o 56 3
Shilling............ ... 22 5
Sixpence. ........ o xr 3
GRECE ......... Gold, Twenty Drachmas...... 3 44 2
HINDOSTAN.. Silver, Rupee............... o 45 7
ITALY...........Gold, Twenty Lire.......... 3 84 7
Silver, Five Lire.............o 96
JAANI ........G. old, Twenty Yen (new)...... 9 94 4
S"' : Chobang (obsolete)..... 3 57 6
Silver, Fifty Sen............. o 42 8
IMaxIco......... .Gold, Doubloon (average)..... i 59 3







VALUE OF FqREIGN, COJf,

D. C -.M.
D, at.I.
NETERLANDS.. Gold, Ducat ..... .... a 5
Ten Guilders ...... 3 9s
Silver, Two-and-a-half Giuirs. i z i
Guilder......... .. o 5
NEW GRANADA..Silver, Dollar usual weight .... o 96
NORWAY ........Silver, Specie Daler............ I 8 4
PERU............Silver, Old Dollar............. 4 4
"' Dollar (x858)............ o 92 P
Half Dollar (1838)....... 37 5
Sol. .................. 096
PORTUGAL. ......Gold, Crown .......... ... 5 8o
Silver, Crown of 0ooo Reis.... o 97 2
Half Crown (oo00 Reis)... o 48 6
RussIA..........Gold, Five Roubles......... 3 97 6
Silver, Rouble...... ........ 77 8
SrAIN...........Gold, Ten Escudos. .......... 5 a
One Hundred Reals..... 4 96 4
Silver, One Peseta............. o9 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 o
Twenty Piasters (new)... o 85 a

:+:-- 0 *9~ ------

VALUES IN UNITED STATES MONEY
OF THE
PURE GOLD OR SILVER,
REPRESENTING RESPECTIVELY THE MONETARY UNTI-t
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 ihe
Secretary of the Treasury."
. . ... ... .... . .. . . . ...








VALTE O FOREIGN COINS. '


Estimates of values cotained inhe folo wing taWle
Cre those iade by the ire or of the Mint, January ist,
8 in anc wth t e ae stated provisions of law.


ot* .. ..

Argentine Repub.
Austria.........
Uelium.... .....


British America.
Boeats.... I.r. .
Central America.

Quba.i ... ..Q. O
I)eainark... ...
Ecu ador......
Egypt..........
France.... ...
Great Britain....
Greece .........
Germnaa Empire..
Hayti..........
India .......
Italy.@.........
Japan...........

Mexico... ...
Netherlands.....
Norway .. ...
Paraguay.......
Peru..... ....
Porto Rico......
Portugal........
Russia ........
Sandwich Islands.
Spain.........
Sweden,. ......
Switzerand.....
Iri A P f:i ".
T .. .; ....'
U.S. of Colombia.
Uruguay.. ....


I


'MOnAiTAv UNIT.

Peso fuerte........
Florin..... s....
F'Bme ;, ... ....

Milreis -of zooo reis.
Dollar.........
PeSO...... .....
Dollir. ..... ...
Peso. ...........
Peso....... ....
Crown*.....* *....
Dollar.... ........
Pound of zoo past's.
Franc ...........
Pound sterling.....
Drachma.........
Mark .,..........
Dollar........ ....
Rupee of t6 annas..
Lira............:
Yen .. ........
Dollar...... ....
Dollar............
Florin............
Crown ..........
Peso..............
Dollar..........
Peso.............
Milreis of-rooo reis.
Roubl. of zoo cop'ks.
Dollar............
iPeseta of zoo centim.
Crown............
Franc.............
Mahbub of 2 past's
APt of x6;caroubs
Pfaster............
Peso. .............
Patacon..........


STANDARD.

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......


. S -


I


VALUL
D. C. M.
1 00
I Do
o 45 3
o 19 3
o 96 5
o'54 5
I 00
o 96 5
o 91 2
o 9! 2
o g
o 26 8
o 91 8
4 97 4
o i9 3
4 86 61
o 19 3,
o 23 8
o 95 2
o 43 6
o 19 3
o 99 7
I 00
o 99 8
o 38 5
o 26 8
1 00
o 9, 8
o 92 5
i 8o
o 73 4
I 00
o 19 3
o 26 8
o 19 3
o 8a 9
o i1 8
P 4 3
o 0S9 8
o 94 8








THE METRIC SYSTEM.


WEIGH T S..

Ketrie Denominations aId values. Equivaeunts I Deaoualtioa s in ue.
Nmr. Ne. Graem. WS' a~ t quantity ot AyotirduPo
Nwmamr atuiup DuuL. Wg IIs -
Millier or tonneau=1,000,000= I cubic meteerr2204.6 pounds
Quintal = 100,000=L 1 lectoliter =22.46 pounds
Myriagram = 0,000=10 liters n=22046'pounds
Kilgram or kilo = 1,000= 1 liter -=2.26 pounds
lHectogram = 100== 1 deciliter =---.274 ounces
Dekagram = 10=10 c centinet.=0.3527 ounce.
Gram 1= 1 c. centimet,-15.432 grains.
Decigram .1=. 1= c. centimet.=-1.5432 grains.
Centigram s .01=10 c. millimet.-=0.153 grain.
Milligram = .001== 1 c. millimet.uO.0154 grain.

MEASURES OF LENGTH.

Metr* Denomisniobjens ani Valeos. Equivalents in Denominations in un.
Myriameter =10,000 meters = 6.2137 miles.
Kilometer = 1,000 metdis = 0.02187 m. or 8,280 ft. T in.
Hectoemeter = -,10 meters = 328 feet and 1 inch.
Dekameter. = 10 meters = 893.7 inches.
Meter == I meter = 39.37 inches.
Decimeter = .1 ot a meter = 3.937 inches.
Centimeter .01 of a meter = 0.,937 inch.
Millmeter '=.001 of a meter= 0.09l4 inch.

MEASURES OF SURFACE.

Metric Denominations and Values. Equivalents In Dnomitations la wsr.
Hectare = 10,000 square meters = 2.471 acres.
Are = 100 square meters = 119.6 square yards.
Centare = 1 square meter 1,50 square cinches-
L-----=0osol~o-
MEASURES OF CAPACITY.

Metro Deunomination and Values. Equivalents in Denoainations In usk
Names. No.Liters. Cubic Measure, Dry Measure. Wite KMeaaur
lol0ter =e 1,)000 = I cubic meter = 1.308 cabie"arids 26A4.17 gi.
Becotolter., = 100 = .1,eubio meter = 2 bush. 3. pk5. = s.41 saIT
Decaliter 10 = 10 o.dectmeters = 9.0&quarts =S 26417all
er- 1 = 1 :cimeter = 0.908 quart, .0567
^ Me 8.1 = .* *eammeter' =; 6.100 eabib ink. mtsmQ
OentlJtef = .01 = 10 e.oentlmeters= 0.6102 ubic in. = 0
MaIMtfq = .001 = I eC entimeters 0.061 !blePC fash. O Sad lo.









BUSINESS. LAW IN DAILY USE.


Tna following compilation of business law contains the
essence of a large amount e 1al verbiage:
SIf note ii oit 6or itolei, it does not release the tnaker ;
he wvast pay it, if the consideration for which it was given
and 'b ~amotial can be proven.
H.Notei bear interest only when so stated.
Principals are reSaonsible for the acts of their agents.
Each individual in' partnership is responsible for the
whole amount--of the dets of the firm, except in eases of
bpeeial partnership.
Ignorance of the law excuses no one.
The law compels no one to do impossibilities.
An agresipeut without consideration is void.
A nte anade onp Sundpy is void.
Contracts made on SundTa cannot be enforced.
A note by a minor is vold.
A contract made with a minor is void.
A contract made with a4 latic is void.
A note obtained by fraud, or from a person in a state of
intoxication, cannot be collected.
It is a fraud to conceal a fraud.
Signatures made with a lead pencil are good in law.
A receipt for money is not always conclusive.
The acts of one partner bind all the rest.
"Value received" is usually written in a note, and should
be, but is not necessary. If not written it is presumed by
the law, or may-be supplied by proof.
The maker of an "accommodation" bill or note (one for
which he has received no consideration, having lent his name
or credit for the accommodation of the holder) is not bound
to the person accommodated, bue -is bound to all other parties,
precisely as if there was a good consideration.
No consideration is sufficient in law if it be illegal in its
nature.
Checks or drafts must be presented for payrhent without
unreasonable delay.
Checks or drafts shout" be presented during business hours,
But in this country except in the case of banks, the time
extends through the 'day and evening.
If the drawee of a check or draft has changed his residence,
the holder must use due or reasonable diligence to find him.
If one who holds a check as payee or otherwise, transfers
it to another, he has a right to insist that the check be pre-
sented that day, or, at farthest, on the day following.
.1A note indorsed in blank (the name of the indorser only
written) is transferable Vy delivery, the same as if made payable
to bnaer.







BUSINESS LAW IT DAILY USE.

If the time of payment of a note is not inserted, it is held
payable on demand.
The time of payment of a note mustt not depend apu a
contingency. The promise at be absolute.
A bill' may be written updWany paper, or substiftte for it,
either with ink or pencil.
The payee should be distinctly named inthe tote, fIkes
it is payable to. bearer.
An indorsee has a right of action against alt whose namtes
were on the bill when he received it.
If the letter containing a protest of wofrpa meIn be put
into the post-office, any miscarriage does not afect the party
giving notice.
Notice of protest may be sent either to the place of busi-
pess or of residence of the party notified.
The holder of a note may give notice of protest either to
Ijt he previous n doa era or op iyto one p, te rn;: ine ;cesof
the latter he Must elect the Iast indorser, and the .att mrst
gire notice to the last before him, and so on. Each ihdor6er
must send notice the same day or the day following. Neither
Sunday or legal holiday is to be counted in reckoning the
time in which notice is to be given.
The less of a bill or note is. not sufeient excuse for not
giving notice of protest.
If two or niore person as partners are jointly liable on a
note or bill, due notice to one of them is sufficient.
If a note or bill is transferred as security or even u
payment of a preexisting debt, the debt revives if the biM or
note be dishonored.
An endorsement may be written eo the face or back.
An indoeser may prevent his onn liability to be sued ,by
writing "without recourse," or snilar wores.
All claims which do not rest upon a seal or judgment must
be sued within six years from the time when they arise.
Part payment of a debt which has paesed the time of stat-
utory limitation revives the whole debt, and the claim hojds
good for another period of six years from the date 6f such
partial payment.
A verbal promise to pay, made without conditions, is gen-
erally held as sufficient to revive a claim otherwise shut out
by the law of limitation.
If, when a debt is due, the debtor is out of the State the
"six years" do not begin to run until he returns. If he
afterward leave the State, the time forward counts the same
is if he remained in the State.
An oral agreement must be proved by evidence. A written
agreement proves itself. The law prefers written to oral evi-
dence because of its precision.
No evidence may be introduced to contradict or vary a
written contract but it may be received in order to esxita
it, when such contract is in need of explanation.







RATE S"'O P. i TA E.

IfJP0sias. (AItIa, ecutitihlgcett eath can be pirbhadi4
at any Post Office, and sent to any pai't of the United
StaMq 6r mtnintobpi of Canada.
LEW'TERS TO ~iy PA OF E UNITED STATES Or IDOI-
j6 ks"'C~V i*WhtA,~ 8 Oe-t& for each ~ounce or part thereof,
. 9p. .. or OArP JbTTrg~, 2 cents for eaoh f ounce, at all
letittr-carrier offices; at other offices, le.cnt..
S.-LUII, ELz'reT'" s may be registered on application
at the office of mailing and- the payment ofd' registratfo6i
ftq of, f19)Oeats is adton to postage, on domestic letters.
.ea~ onaforeigi letters vaabie.
NEWSPAPERS. AND P.IRIODICALS, mailed from a K'howi~
ofi'-e ,of publeation oi news aigncy. and addressed to
regular Subscriers or news agents, issued weekly and
tener; two e4nts a uponnd. r traction thereof ; less fIe
thr~e;t~i a. potted or frationi thereof. Ohn
aty6f a &tiWsvpaper, t etaete aitnal' subscriber within the
jai er rite sa'me Is wholly, or partly printed an4
Ptlir,^ y94r K, Oleapt at letter r-arriar office".
TRANSIENT NEWSPAPERS -aild PFertodificls, Pantphlets
Proof Iseets, JBoioka, Blanks and al maikl0le printed
matter except circulars, and regular newspapers as above*
apeciffed, I rent tor every 2 ounces ocr part thereof.
ARTICLES di': MERCHANDISE, Uisealed Circulars, Bbo0
Mafntisie'tts; 'Corrected Proof Sheets, Seeds, .Cttings,
Bhlb,"RTl6dts, and other mailable matter, 1 cent for each
ounce or part thereof.- Newspaper, M31agazine and Miisto
Maniieripts are e-tijett to l-etet,'postage;.
'VALL^AtfoAG bi matter not pi.a krged with letter
postage must be jS arlrdni d tbat the same can be convbei-
etl i dly Postmasters; if ndt, letter postage w~i
be ctiated. ....
'"O P Ae will be forwarded by mall which weig~
over Apou Ids.
A ,LtVi STAL' BATTER, for delivery within the United
States and.D.ominion of Canada, must be prepaid.
SLwTTBRS toGreat Britain or Ireland, or the Cbntinent of
Europe, 5 cents for each i ounce. Prepayment optional.
Doubltgats itf.japaid..
M O-"Ofibt'PosT OPtFICEs are established in all the
laro cities and towns, at which orders can be obtained
upqn any other office at the following rates of copmispion:
Ofi Orders not exceeding $15, . "10 cehts.
Over 15 t 30 . . 15 "
$" 30 40 . . 20
$40 a '$50, .. 25 "
When a larger sum than fifty dollars is required, addi-
Stional orders to make it up must be obtained.







ECLIPSES IN THE XtY R--79.
IN the year 1879 there wil-be three Eclipses; two of the
Sun and one of the Moon.
I.' AN ANINOLAR ECLIPSE'oI TAE' Sita;& 2
Invisible. Vigibre t6 p6rtionflf S6uth AmeriCa g.at
II, AN ANNULAR *ECLIPSE OF THE SbN, NlA4i9
visible. Visible to Africa; and to small portzops o. op
dnd;Asia . ,, ,
III. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, December
28. Invisible. Visible, more or less, to the world gen-
erally, except to South Amqrica and a portion of North
America.


MORNING ANTD EVENING STARS.

M. IRCL Y will.beMaorning.Star aboutJanuary,;6, May
i~, September 9* and Decer mber 28 and Evening Star
ab6it Maich. 2; July 27, and Noveriber 20:
".ENU wynl be. Evening Star till Septemb&r 33.; t
MorniingStar for the rest of fhe vear.
JUPITER wil -be Evening 'Sta' till, February 8; then
Morning Star till August 31; and Evening Star again the
rest of the year.


FIXED AND MOVABLE FESTIVALS.
Epiphany,. . . . Jan. 6
$epuageasima Sunday,. . . . Feb. 9
Quinquagesima (Shrove SUIday), .. .. Feb. 23
Ash Wediesda,-J, ..... b. 26
First Sunday in Lent,. .. . ar 2
Palm Supiday, .. ...... pril
Good Friday, .............. . Aprli it
Easier. Sunday, . .. Apil. 3
.Low Sun'dad,..' . ..... .Apil 2
Rotation' Sunday, .... .. ,. May :8
Ascensioni Dvy ('Holy Thui sdav), . . May 22
Penfecosf (Whit Sunday), '. .. . Jue.
Trinity Sunday, . . . . .. . i.dn 8
Corpus Christi, .' ,. ie .2
First. Sunday in Advent, . .... ov. 36
Ci.ristmnas, ............. Dec. 25




w


On4R6*OoICAL' CYCLES.


aom i n, . . . W a a v . . E
en ur er, . . . . .. .. 6 a 8i
S < .. . .. . . 12
7
.Fiction,. .. . 7
Julian Pqriod, . 6592




THE SEASONS.


Vernde uox (Spriig begins Mar. 20, 6h. ~6. A.
Summer Solstice (Sunmei b ns), June 21 ab. 3n. 3 A.
Autumnal Equinox (Autumn begins), Sept. 23, sh. 9m. M.
Whiter Solstice (Winter begins) Dec. 21, sih. i8mw A.
Given i Washington time




AREA OF THE UNITED STATES.

SQ. MfrLfs.
Original lmitfs of the Thirteen States . 82o,680
Louisiana, purchased of France in 80o3t for
#,15,000,000. . . . *. 99,579
Florida, purchased of Spain in 1819, for $5,oooooo0 66,900
Territory confirmed by the Oregon Treaty in 1842
and 1846 ... ... 308,052
Texas annexed in 1846 (Texas debt $7,500ooo, ) 3 x8,ooo
fNew Mexico andc California in 1847 (cost of the
Swar, $S,ooo,dbo) . . 522,955
& Isen Purchase" of Mexico in 1853, for
''toooiooo . . 45,535
Alita, purchased of Russia in x867, for $7,200,000 577-390
S3,559,o91













MOON'S PHASES. BOWFOM 'N EW YORIft:.
Full Moon, . 8L. k4. .m. 8d. fiht. S1 Akt.
las Quarter, . 15d. 6h. 18m. a.m. 154. b. ha. m..
New Moon, . 224. 7h. 7m. a.m. 226. 6. Ita. 6 am.
First Quaret, 104. 7h. On. a.m. 30d. Gb 4at. ak.

1879. BOSTON & OHICAGO. NEW tYORK" PHMLA.
BORT. TIDI. N.T. TIBn.
D SA Bun Mon e S un Meai
of k L&AS. Morn'g Even'g IL & 8. of L& & Mrn'g Evn 'g tAL
M6 A M.La. La. & .a. M A. mA. A. A. 6. A. m.
iWe r 30o 5 18 5 43 o 59 1 r7 25 a 4a 28 o 56
aTh s4 39 6 8 6 35 2 0 2 s4 44 a 54 3 2o I 56
3 Fr r7 30 7 2 7 30 3 3 3r7 25 3 47 4 S5 2 58
4 Sa s4 41 7 58 5 26 4 7 4 S4 46 4 3 5 12 4 x
5 i r7 30 8 55 9 23 5 5o ry 25 5 41 6 9 4
SMo 4 43 9 oo 18 6 8 6s4 48 6 36 7 3
7 Tu r7 30110 45 11 9 7 r7 125 7 29 7 52 6 54
8 We s4 45i x :3 ls 54 rises 4 5 8 14 & 38 rises
9 Th r7 29..... o 7 6 IS 9 r 24 9 3 9 27 6 x9
,o Fr s4 47 o 40 3 7 29 io 84 5$ 9 49 10 10 7 32
ISa r7 29 x 25 I 46 8 43 rl r 24 10o 30 o 51 8 44
r2 s4 49 2 8 2 30 9 56 12 s4 54 11 12 z. 35 9 56
13 Mo r7 28 2 52 3 14 1t 8 I$ ry 23 11 59- .... ri 7
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MONQQW PHASES. 8TQB t.O W ,;iC.*,
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Full Moon .. Sd. Sh. 25m. a.m. 8d. Sh, 13m. a.ro.
Last Quarter, . 4d. 10h. i57m. p.m. 14d. 16h. ah. 'pt.
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MOOWQ OHAES. WOSTON. NEW YORK.
Pual I n,. t6. S. 40. p.m. 6d. 6h. .8ia. p.m.
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Dt .... J Bfou. Tim.. J T.... .. ?f. Y. TIDE.
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Full M.oon,..... d I. .. 28m. a.rb. d. lb. lie. 0it.
Last Quarter, . 12. Sb. 5e2m. p.m. 12d. fh. 40aO. pit.
Ny Moon, .... .. lh. a.. 21d. O. h. ait. .iA.
First Qnaater, . 8d. hb. 52ma. p.m. 28d. b. 4t. pa~ .

1879. SoeTON H OcHCAOC. NEW fORl R PHW.'


o BoT. TDns.
D oj Sun Moon
of I~ R.a 8. Morn'g Eveang R.& 8.
Sfl A. n. J. m. A. m. a. u.


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7 51 8 o0 2 32
8 48 9.15 2 57
9 42 Io 9 3 24
10 35 11 2 3 57
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x 44 2 1 i1i 23
2 39 3 6 morn
3 32 3 59 o 3
4 26 4 53 0 35
5 21 5 48 1 J
6 13 6 38 I 24
7 3 7 28 I 45
7 52 8 15 a 5
8 38 9 o 2 26
9 22 9 44 2 48
to 6 1o 28 3 13
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11 30 II 51 sets.
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o 34 0 56 9 56
1 19 1 42 10 38
2 5 2 27 xI 13
'2 50 3 13 II 42
3 37 4 I morn
4 26 4 52 o 8
5 19 5 48 0 33
6 17 6 46 o 57
7 i6 7 46 x 22


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D Sun
of R. & 8. Mora'g tven'g
M LA. 4A. . am.

Sr4 59 3 39 4 8
26 56 4 36 5 5
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4 86 58 6*8 .6 55
5 r4 54 7'o 7 44
6 7 r 8 9 8 37
7r4 52 9 6 9'34
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I s 7 7 i 13 1 40
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14 7 9 259 3 24
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18 87 12 6 8 6 30
19 r4 40 6 52 7 13
20 7 14 7 33 7 52
21 r4 38 8 13 8 35
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27 14 34 o 23 o 48
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29 r4 32 2 5 2 33
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MOWa~vP*t4S S. 9 .tNi .N.BW YORK.
.t %s, n,.- .' 44, Sh. 52gr. a.m. 4d. 8h. 40 .. a.m.
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Rt.q& i:. ~r 4 I & lp, . Y, 27d. lh n. .ma.m.

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57 34 2 1 2 43 II 2
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MPQN'9 PHASES: .8OSTotl. tE. YOL
Full Moon,. . 3d. 4hs 54m. p.m. 3d. 4b. 42m.; m.
Laut Quarter, . 1ld. Ei. 10A. sa... lid. i. ~u ibm.
N*WrMopon, .. j19d. 4h: 2bo, a s. 19d. 9. ibm. .m.
; ....rer, L .. 2 J : % t..t.

1879 BOSTON & OHICAGO. NEW YORK 4 1t.w
-'oBOT. TIDE. : Y. Ti.DE.
D Sun I Moon u D Sun Mo
of S lR.& S. Morn'.g Even'g R.& 8. of R. & 8: Min'g Evem'g K. & 3.
h.k 9 .,,.." ,, no.. Am.: M. t.s ,. E O.:i/. I A. n. At.
r4 26 9 4. 9.38 I 46 I T4'32 5 49 623' 152
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5 Sa r4 29 0 2. Q 45 9 6 -5 4 34 9 32 9-34 S6
6 :. s7 39 8 30 '9 27 6 s7 3410 i r10 35 I5
7 c r4 29: 1 a 2-1 '9-50 7 r4 360 10 54 I -Xk+ 9
:8 U s7 38 2.32 52 1-TI 8 s7. 33 Ii 35 i-I 6 i-&i
W9 r4 31 3 i. 331 i30-33 9r4 37 .--. 0 17 6 34
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1n Fr r4 33 4 37 5 o ,I 8 1 r r4 38 3 24 r 47 t
:2 SaI s- 37 5 24 5e rI 4Y 12 sy 32 2 1t 236& 0o
13 r r4 34 17 6 45;1w10n I rt3 39 3 3-3o tMo
14 :s7 36 7 14 7 43 o'-7 14 sy 3 3 58 4 27 b a
15 To 4 36 14 ..4o o 56 15 r4 41 4 56 S 25 t .
i-6W9 s 34 1 8 935 1 42 I6 57 29 5 54 6 21 48
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MOONps ASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
Pull lat quarter, . d. th. 2m. p.m. 9d. 9h. 13m. p.m.
New o, . 174. Sh. 2i. p.m. 17d. 3h. 14m. p.m.
"rMa CTe, . S4d. 10b. ans. a.in. 24d. 10h. 1ms. sa.
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JaIt Quarter, . 8d. Sb. thm. p.( 84. S1, S.l. ip.
New Moon, . 16d. Ih, 18m. a.m. 164. Ih, Is. asl
nrst Quarter, . 22d. 4h. M3m. p.m. 22d. 4Wb. SM. pM.
Pful Moon, . 304. 4h. 38m .m. 04. ., snl. am.*

1879, BOSTON 8 OHICAGO. NEW YORK & PH.l
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1879. BOSTON & CHICAGO. NEW YORK & PHI&fM:
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Last Quarter, 6. Sh. m5m. p.m. 6d. Sh. 47m. p.m.
New Moon, . .. 1d. Oh. 20m. a.m. 13d. 6h. 8m. a.m.
First Quarter, S 2. Oh. 81m. a.m. 0d. 6h. 19m. .m.
Full Moon,. . 28. 1lh. 31m. a.m. 26d. 1lb. 19m. a.a.

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U. Siow. TIns. 1. N TIDm.
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