Otis Keene Diary, 1881

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Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1881
Physical Description:
31 vols. : ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Keene, Otis L., 1830-
Publication Date:

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.

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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.
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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
        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
    Notes
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 83
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 84
        Page 45
        Page 46
    September 1881
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
    October 1881
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
    Back Matter and Notes
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
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    Back Cover
        Page 81
        Page 82
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CALENDAR.

1881.

JANUARYR, JULYV
S. f. T. W. I.' 8. B. M. T. %V. T. F. i
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2 3 4 -5 6 7 8 3 4 s 6 7 8 9
9 30 I1 12 13 14 15 30 3 2, 33 14 15 10
,6 17 :8 19 20 2 22 17 .3 19 20 21 22 23
23 24 25 2 .27 8 9 24 2 2829 3
30 31 * -- *
FEBRUARY. AUCUSiT.
.. .. 2 3 4 5 '. 3 4 5
6 7 8 .9 i0 11 7 .8 ,9 1a 2 '3
13 14 15 16 '7 Ir8 I' 4 :~51 6 17 '8 9q 21
20 21 22 23 24 2j a6 21 22 13 4 25 26 27
2728. . .- .9 3 I S.i .

MARi,. 'SEP'ITEMBER.
.. .. 3 I '. 3
6 7 8 '9 10o 2 L 5. 6 j ,9, o
13 14 15 '6 37 Is I 3 24 's5 s 17
20 2I 22 23 13 .4 rr' 19 20 23 2Z 23 24
27 28 9 39 3t 2. 28 t 30 ..

APIL, i i "T-OAJER.

3' 4 5 6 S 5 -8
10 33 i2 13 .4! P Iji .,0 P1. a r3 1 4 25
17 8 ,9 a o 3. I; .... 8 '9 1 '.* 'i
24 25 I 61 9 '.d S 39 124 ,'5 gr'~7 L8,29
2 I.. A u; ., L. W, 3. 1 1 7, 29

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8 9 o r 12 3 14 --6 7: 9 20 II 3
15 6 17 T' -T9 t Z 6 17 28 19
-2 23 I 24 M2, 16 a' 20 2a 2 3!a a 4 -a ,
29 30 'j3' .. .. 27 '28 a 0 .. .


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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

MEASURE OPF -LENGTH.
4 In. make i Hand. -. -' 3Feet make r Yard.
s Link. 5 Yds. Rod orPole.
18n. Cubit. 40 Poles Furlong.
SIn. a Foot 8 Fur. 'r.Mile.
6 F. Fathom. 69 i 6 Miles r Degree.
60 Geographical Mi es make i Degree.
MEASURE OF SURFACE. ,
144 Square, ncbes make a Square Foot.
SSquare Fee Square Yard.
30 Square'Yards i Rod,Perch or Pole.
40 SquareRods Square Rood.
4 Square Roods Square Acre.
so Square Chains ". Square Acre.
64 Square Acres Square Mile.
"Guner'.s Chain equal-d 2i Yards or zo Links.
MEASURE- OF. SOLIDITY..
3728 Cubic inches make s CubicFoot.
27 Cubic Feet Cubic Yard..
AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT.
27H Grains make i Drachm (dr.) or 271 Grains.
S6 Drachms tOunce (o) or 3 "
16 Ounces iPound.. 7Ih.l 7oo "
aB Pounds Quaner r.)
4 Quarters iHund edWeigh (cwt)
.20 Lvh "ti a ro .
... TROEWEIGHT.
24 Grains makl4 Pennyweight, or 24 Grains.
Pennyas. i Ounce, or 486
: z Ounces P6und. or 5766 "
POTBECARLES' ...WELGHT.....
so Grains- make iScrueple. i,|' 8 Drashms make a Ounce.
3 Scruples ." Drtachlm.. jI'Oum.cs itound.
S DIAMOiOD IWilGHT. '
.. ,'Parts' ake r'Gra is( 'aintroy.) '
4 '' 4Grains," ;. Carn(at(risth-GrainsTroy.) '-:
LIQ WD MEASURE& .
4 Gils'iniahts 'Pint, ., 2 Galloni m&ake I Peck.
Pints. ", iuat. 3'ifG'allosa "'r Barrel.
.4 Quarti '" alloh '5 Gallons ', Hbhd.
,* DR 'MEASURE.
8 Quarts make- Peck: r ;B Bushels make ,r Quarteri
4 Pecks. usB I j 36 Bnshels iahldron.
a Bushel equal to 2815sl ubic in.- early.

A Bushel .i edtias oan a-.rage. b!Ibs,: arley .or
BuckIhat 46 Ibs.; Jndian Corn orRye, 56. Ibs.; Oats, 30
Ib ; SalTiN'lb Potatoe, 66 Ibs; Pns, 64 Ibs.; Beans,
:63 l ovrSed, 6o Ib.; Flb x Seed, 56 bs.1 Timnohy
S ~ O jh. r.i4. 1Jsr :of sLead or Iron make i Stone:
SjIw 'e,.. P Pi..'. Bbl, of Flour contains .~6 lbs; Beef
or, ok200 lbs. The Im~i-rial Gallon is id lbs. avoirdu-
pIisOf pure wktie; tha Pint 1-4 Ibs.

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WEIGHT P ERBUSHEL':O 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. Official).


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Maine..-..... 48 48 56 50 s~o 6o. 6c
N. Hampshie .... .. .1 56 60
Vermont:.. 48 481. o 6 6b6
MassachuStlli 48 4S- 56 I 0 5' 32 o 56
Connecticut.. .. 45 56 .. 600 56
New Y4k... 48484 .
New Jdrsey.. 48 So 56 .. o 60 56 6
Pernsyl iida.' 47 438 56 306 6 6
Dela ard...... .. 6 .. .. .. .. 6
Maryjapd ..... 48 48- 56 57 32 5o6
Dist. Colurtbia 47 48 515 48 57 32 6 5 6o
Virgi; ,. ..,., 4 8 '. ,0 r : 56 t60
West Vir9ia:r 48 66 56 48'. 326o 6 6
Noril Cadlina 48 50 54 |I 3 56
South Qarolinh 48 56 So 56 o50 s; 33 6o 56 6o
Georgia....... 4 So 56 4.8 6 6.. 60
Louisianab... 3 56 .. 32 326
Arkansas" 4 8 S 5 57 6
Tennessee'... 43 5S 56 50 56 32 60 56 60
Kentucky... 48 56 1 57 33 56 6 60
Ohio ....... 48 56 s ..32 6 566
lichia 443 6 * 54 32 6 t 6
Indiana., -... 44 5 7o 6 o5 48 3 6 56 6
Illidoii' ....:. 485 5 4. 3 6d 6 6
Wiconn .,. 4 5-.. 56 .:2 6
Minriesota. 4. 48 .* 56 .. 3 6 566 61
Iowa. 5. 56 r 7 33 60
lissouri.... 48 52.. 3; O 56
Kanss..... 5o 0. 56 557 3 6 56
Nebraska...'. -- 4 .. 2 5 so 6 6b
California ..'. 5 q 40 .. 32 54 b
Oregon.'...'. '36,6056 6


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INTEREST TABLE.
STCI P-ER O TT.


TIM E. A IF3 S4 $ ,6 $7 f if .-I


2 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0

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9 0o o o o I 3 I I
0 o 0o I i I I 2
0 0 0 1 I I I I 2
i O021 I 1 I I 2 2
I OHIlI222 2

13 0 2 .1 i 2 2 3
114 0, 0 1 1| 2 3 2


156 021 2 32 2 3
1 3 0 .0 1 3 2 2 2 3
14 0o I I 2 2 3 3
15 I I l 2 23 3z 3
16 0 1 1 2 21 3 3

20 a 1 I z 2 7 3 3 3
21 0 1 F 2 T 2 3 3 4
2 o I a 2 2 3 3 3 4
223 oI z 2 2 3 3 3 4

4 3" 1 2 2 7 3 3 4 4
25 .1 2 53 3 4 4
6 Z 23 3 34 44
27 0 1 a /2 .2 31 44 5
" z2 3 ,14 4 5
S" 3 i 2 3 3 4 4 5
I MoW. 1 22 32 3 4 4 5 5
a 3 4 6 7 9 10
3 3 6 9 r 14 35
4 '2 4 6 8 o10 z 14 16 *i8 2D0
5 3 5 8 l i l g s iS 20 23 25
6 .* 3 6 9 it 15 18 21 24 27 30
7 '4 7212 4 282 25 aS 32 35
8 4 S z6 2o 2 283 2 36 40
1 .5 14 l8 23 27 32 16 4r 45
10 o s0 I5 25 30 35 40 45 P5
6 iI 17 22 28133 39 44 S9 55
I YSAR. 6 12 IS 24 3 361 42 48 54 60


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5 50
7 67
8 83
10 a 00
12 I 17
23 2 33
25 2 50
I2 I 'L

22 2 87
23 233


30 300
32 3 17
33 33
35 3 50
37 3 67
38 383
40400
42 4 17
43 4 33
45 4 50
47 4 67
45 4 87
50 .5 00
1 00 10 00
3 50 15 00
2 90 200O
2 50 25 00
3 o 30 00
3 59 35 oP
4 *o 40 00
4 9 4500
5 oo s5o I
50 50 05
& oo6A oo


SEBVnMT PE'R OCIENT-

TI ME R 5i 5j t $5f 6 57 58 $9 s uo lS.i S Ioo

4 DAva 0ooo o i 8 78
.8 oo 0 i a1 2 I I 2A 6 :I
1OO I 2 2 2 2 2 3 233
16 o2 I 2 '3 3 3 3 JI
0o 0o 2 2r 3 3 4 4 39 3'89
24 o l 0 2 2 3 3 4 .4 5 47 467
25 ." 1 2 i 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 54 5 44
1 MON. I I 2 2 3 4 4 5 6 58 5 83
2 2 4 5 6 '7 8 9 12 a2 '7 67
3" .' 2 4 5 7 9 i i 1 4 '6 I88 75 5d
4 2 5 7 9 1 X4 26 1g =l 23 2'3 3 33
.5" 3 6 9 2 15 8 20 23 26 -29 2 92 29 17
6 4 7 T. 14 ir 1 25 28 32 35 3 50 35 00
7 4 8 20 29 33 37 4 4 o 40 83
.8 5 9 14' 3 58 33 37 42 47 4 67. 46,67
9 l 5 11i 6 :2 26 3 ,37,4 4 7 53 5 55 52 50
o 6 S2 l 23 29 35 4r 47 53 58 5 83 58 33
S" 6 9 26 32 39 45 5 58. 64 6 42 64 17
I YEAA. 7 142 28 135 42 49 56 63 70 7 00 7 00


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RATE OF INCOME ON INVESTMENTS,
Par value being 5loo, bearing inleresi at

P M.P. 5 6% 7" g8
50o 10.00 12.00 14.00 16.0o 20.00
Q5 9.09 10.90 12.72 14.55 8-.18
8.33 1o.0o 11.66 13-33 16.66
65 7.69 9.23 o0.76 r2.30 r5.38
70 7.14 8.57 10.0 11.42 14.28
75 6.66 8.00 9-33 1o.66 '3-35
8o 6.25 75 8.75 o.oo00 12.50
8z 6. 7.27 8.4 9.69 12.12
85 588 7.05 8.23 941 11.76
87 5-71 6.85 8.oo 914 11.42
90 5-55 ,6.66 7.77 ..88 11.
92* 5-40 648 7-56 8.64 ro.80
95 5.26 '6.3 736 8.42 'o.52
96 5.20 6.25 7.29 8.33 10.41
97 5-15 6.18 7.2r 8.24 10.30
971 5.12 6.rg 7-T7 8.20 10.25
98 5.10 6.12 7.14 8.76 10.20
99 5.05 6.o6 7.07 8.08 mo.o
100 5.o00 6.00 7.00 8.00 1o.oo.
101 4-95 5.94 6.93 7-92 9-90
102 4.90 5.88 6.85 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 9-5z
110o 4-54 5.45 6-36 7.27 .9o09.
115 4.34. 5.21 6.o8 .6.9 8.69.
J20 4.6 .5.0o0 .83. 6.66 8.33:
125 4-00 4,80 5,60 6.40' 8.oo,
130 3-84 4.61 5.38 6.15 .,7.69.
135 3-70' 4.44 5:.18 5-92 7.40
J40 3-57 4:28 5 5:00' 5:7r 7.'4,
'45 3.44 4.13 ..4-82 5.51 .6,89.
150 '3-33 4.00 4.66 533 6,66
-- ------ fin ,

TO ASCERTAIN THE LENGTH OF THE
DAY AND NIGHT.
.. .... r
AT any time or the year. add i .hours o .the liptof.,the
sun's seating, and from ,the sum.sbtrat the'ti eif'-riing.
for the length of the day. Subtract the 4ime of seti'ng ifr
t1 hours, apd.tothe -remainder add.cie.tiic:'orif'ing next
morning for the.length or the night These rules are equally
true for apparent time.. ., ,












VALUES: IN UNITED. STATES. MQNEY
OF THE

PURE GOLD OR SILVER,

REPRESENTING RBSPECTIVBLVY THE MONTARY- UNITS
AND STANODRD ComI or FOREIGN COUNTRIES.


The first section of.Ihe Act of March 3, 1873, provides
"that the value of foreign coin, as expressed in the money
of account of.the United Stales,. shall be that of the pure
metal of such coin of standard value," and that "the values
of thestandid coins in circulation of ihe'various nations o
the world shall be estimated annually by the Directoi of the
Mint,and be proclaimed Bn the first day of January by the
Secretary of the Treaiur~."
The estimates of valuds contained in the following table
are those made by the Direcror af the Mint, January ist,
1880, in compliance with the above stated provisions of law.


COUNTRY.

Argentine Repub.
Austria..........
Belgium... ...
Bbbvia..........
Br il: .... ....
British America.
Bggoa .......
Cntrt4 America
Chili.........
Cuba...'.....,.. l
Denmark........
Ecuaor.........


Giet; Britain.. ;.






Mexico. "..


Paraguay.........
Peru ..........
Porto Rico......
Portugal........
-iRussia..:. .'. ;'.s-.
Sandwich Islands
5Spain....''.
r.Swederi': .-. .;..
Swireiland.....
Tripoli:-..::.";'.
STunis.. .... ....
Turkey.........
U.S. ofColombia.
Uruguay .......


MONETARY UNir.

Peso fierte.'.......
Fldrin.............
Franc..... ...
Dollar ......'.;...
Milreis of ooo reis.
Dollar:... ....
Pedo. :...... ....

Peso :'......:.....
PeAo. ........ .. .....
Crovwn ....... ...
Dollar,... .......
Pdund of i opiast's.
Fran'. .. ... ...
Pdifnd sterling....
Drachina.........
Maih'...........
Dollar.... .... ...
Rupee of 6hiinas..
Lire. .... ... ......
Yen. .............
Dollar.... .......

Crowi ............

Dollar............
Peso..... .....
Milkeis of sooo reis.
Roubl. of oo cop'ksi
Dollar, .W ,

Crbwna,:.......'..
Franc.............
Mahbub of i pinst's
Piaster o(,6 caroubs
Plaster...........
Peso.............'.
Patacon ..........


STANDARD.

Gold ......
Silver.....
Gold & silv.
Gold & ilv.
Gold......
Gold......
Gold ......
Silver.....
old'; .....
Gold......
Gold......
Silver .....
Gold......
Gold)& silv.
Gd4d......
Gold & slyv.
Gold......
Silver.....
Silver. i..
Gold & daily.
GTold......

Silver.....

Silver'i -.

Gold..
'Gold......
Silver .....
Gold......
Gold......



Silver' .....
Gold......
Gold &r v.'
Gold ......
Gold & a v.
Silver ;.`..
Silv ... .
Gold ......
Silver.{ i.-
Gold ......


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o 83'6
0"54 5
r oao
o.96 5
0 93 5
o .92. 5
O 26 8
83 6
4.97 4
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0 19.3
i23 8
0 95 2
;39' 7
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o 83 6
0 92 5

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o 74 8
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FOREIGN GOLD & SILVER COINS,

As DmamrnD ST
U. 8. MINT ASSAYS.

D. C. M.
AUSTRIA ........Gold, Quadruple Ducat........ 9 13 2
Ducat ................ 2 28 3
Sovereign inolon'rcoin'd) 6 75 4
Silver, Rix Dollar.............. j o
BELGIUM........Gold, Twenr~-lve Franc piece. 4 82 5
Silver, Five Francs........... o q6 5
Two Francs............ o 38 &
BOLIVIA.........Gold, Doubloon.............. 5 50 3'
BRAZim .........Silver, Double Milreis....... I o 4
CEN. AMERICA...Gold, Escudo................ 8 4
S" Dollr................. o 98 r
Four Reals............. o 4 8
CHILI ...........Gold, Doubloon (before j185) .. 50o
Silver, Dollar........... ....o go 2
DBNMA. .... .. Gold, Dble. Fred. or ro-Thaler. 7 qo'd
Silver, Rigsbank Daler ........ o 54 2
EGvr .......... Silver, Twenty Piasers......... o 96 j
Piaster (new)........... o :4 o
FRANCE.........Gold, Tweny Francs......... 3 84 7
Silver, Five Francs............ o 96 5
GERMAN ElPIRS.Silver, Five Marks (new)....... 96
I haler (no longer coined)' a r 5
GREAT BRITAIN.. Gold, Sovereign ..........;.... 4 86.6
Silver, Half Crown..........:. o 56 3
Shillig. ...... .... .. o 22-;
S Sixpence............... o r! 3
GREECB .........Gold, Twenty Drachmas........ 3y4
HINDobsTAN.... .Silver, Rupee...............:
ITv..............Gold, Twenty Lire............ 3'8417
Silver, Five Lire....J .......... oq6'
JAPAN.....'.....Gold, Twenty Yen.(new).r..:.rg' q4
S Chobang(obsolete).'....'.357;6
S Silver, Fifty Sen..... '..'..: 42 8
MEXIco........ Gold, Doubloon (averagi)..;..' 59 3
NBTHERLALNDS..' Gold, Ducat............... aa6
S '" Ten Guilders.....:.'...a ...3'
S Silver, Two-and a half Ghilders.' r: ra
S ," Guilder....... .,:. .:: o 4615
New'GRANADA..Silver, Dollar, usual weiglh a.. 96 6
NoRWAY ....... Silver, Specie Daler..... :...:.: I 8'
PERU: ........ Silver, Old'Dollar......':. r' "4-
: Dollar(i85S).... ...... o 0ra,8
HalrfDollar (s3s). ;... :io 37.-5
*' Sol.. ....... .. .,. d.: / 966
PoRTicAL....'.'.Gold,- Crown .. .:..:.: .... 5 8o0
S Silver, Crown of iooo Reis...;. 'org 7r
S Half Crown (50o Ries);;. 'o 48 6
ROSSmI ........ Gold,. Five Roubles...:.'...':.- 3. g-6
S Silver, Rbuble... .....;. o77 8
SPAIN ........... Gld, Te 'Escudos ...r'.'..I.. 5 1 5
S One Hundred Readl.....'4 96-4
Silver, One Pesera...... .'... ,o g
S" Pistareen(4 Reals Vellon) 17 8
SWEDN. i.... .'. Gold,. Five Pesetas (Dollar).... o 96 o
Silver, Half Daler...:.'....:. ... o '
*. i RLxdAler' .: '.....".'.*.;l o 27'3
TURKVCE;....:;..Gold; -Hundred Piasters....... 4 .37
S.... '1 "1,,' TwentyIPiasters:(new)... a 85 a
... ...i.... .'..........i,.












DISTANCE, TIME, AND DIFFERENCE OF TIME,
BErTWBN NEW YORK CIrT, AND
OTHIak CITlES IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA.


FBRO N. YOBK CLTY TO


Albany, N. \Y .
Baltimore, Md .
Bangor, Me .
Boston, Ma.ss.
Buflalo, N. Y .
Burlington, Iowa. .
Burlington, Vt .
Cairo, I . . .
Clarleslon, S. C.
Chicago, ll. .
Cincinnati, Ohio. .
Cleveland, .
Columbus .
Concord. H .
Council Blufrs, Iowa..
Decatur, ll .
Detroil, Mich.
Dunkirk, N. Y. .
Fon-du-Lac, Wis.
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Galveston, Texas.
Harrisburg, Penn.
Indianapol Ind. .
Joliel, I . . .
LaCrosse, Wi. .
Leavenworth, Kan..
Louisville, Ky .
Macon, Ga. .
Memphis, Tenn.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Mobile, Ala. .
Montgomer, Al .
Montreal, Can..
Nashville, Tenr. .
New Orleans, La.
Newport, R. I .
Omaha, Neb.. .
Portland, Me .
Philadelphia, Penn.
Pittsburg, Penn.
Quincv, 1ll .
Richmond, Va.
Rock Island, Ill.
Sacramento, Cal. .
Salt Lake City, Utah..
San Francisco, Cal.
Saratoga Springs N.Y.
Savannah, Ga..' ..
Sioux.City, owa. ,
St. Joseph Mo., ".
St. Loui, Mo. .
St Paul, Minn .
Springfield, 11I.
Toledo, Ohio .
-Vicksburg, Miss.
Washingta, D. C. ...
W.heeline, W. Va. .
White Mounlain.s% N.t.


Disr.

MAles.
144
188
484
236
4t7
1,123
296

829
955
859
604
637

n,411
l1095
646
56E
1,0w.,
765
1,822
197
969
950

85a
',471
',376
1,000
11591
1,a36
400
l,o89
'1,495
. as8

S347
90
443:
r,69g
356
1,095
3,0821
2,464
3,310
183
933
r,41l
'71,352,
i,o8,
r,388
. ,033
7o8.
t,3Fl.
226.
*535
333


RLIt.TIuE.


4 30
IS 10

7 to
14 20
44' o00
13 30
54 30
34 0oo


36 a0
27 oo
an on
3too
30 00
38 00

,6 00
43 30
27 oo
go oW
7 00
3000
38 oo00
48 o00
60o o
32 oo00
'50 o00
49 oo
39 00
62 o00
54 o00
20 30
37 00
6800
.900
.6ooo
12 50
2 on
14t 30
46 oo..
11 3o
-44 45
168 on
T0 c00
192 o00
6 30
423 00
64 o0n
5600oo
40 00
S56 40
43 as
23 00
65 oo
. 6 i5
q9 30
r3 45


Dt.isrtlrrs

I. i,. a.
0 6
o 10 22
0 30 5.
o =o 56
O II jo
o 19 36


o 53 ;o
o 23 38
o 53 58
o 41 44
o 30 o1
o 36 8



o 36 6



1 23 2
o n t6
o 48 76

I so 0

o 45 56
4 5 s'
o 55 44
o 59 58

o .1 44I
o 5' "a
z 3 56
o to -o0:

o 15 to
0 4 35
o 24 4
J. I1. o
o U3. 45

3 3 56
2 8 0
3 '4 41
o o *r;
o 8S 28
.........

x 4 53
I i6 7.
Z 2 7


o 12. 7'
o 27 7
o so 30


The difference in time, indicated by the above table,
East of New York, PAsT--West, SLOW.











POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL NATIONS.



United States... 38,925,598 Sweden& Norway.6,r37,559
China ...........42~ ooo,oo Belgium..........5,253,821
British India.... 192,847,0oo Arabia ...........4,6oo,60o
Russia.......... 85,685,945 Portugal.......... 4,3 ,559
Turkey*........ 47,627,000 Holland..........3,76 ,ah2
German Empire. 41,o60,846 Canada...........3, -8,745
France......... 36,o10,921 Switzerland..... ..2,66q9,47
Austria&H'ngary 35,904,435 Central America...,580,700
Japan......... 33,10o,825 Chili ............2,o63,447
Great Britain I.. 33,o09,4o0 Bolivia..........,ooo,ooo
Italy............ 26,801,154 Persia............a2,0oo,oo
Sp.in........... 6,835,506 Argentine Repub.. 1,877,490
Brazil......... 9,7o00,187 Greece&lonian IsL.,4,',894
Mexico......... 9,276,079 Cuba........... 1,400,0
Siam............ 6,300,0o Equidor....... 1,3o8s,
* OnLunrtm pl (tIn.lalIu Adlasi pou.usn). t t2lla IlnJ. '

--.C-:o>--


PRINCIPAL CITIES OF UNITED STATES.

8tars indicate Population census or 1875 I other ities, 8Iil.'
1


*Albany, N.Y..... 86,o,3
Allegheny City, Pa.. 53,18o
Baltimore, Md.....267,354
'Boston; Mass. ....341,919
*Brooklyn, N. Y....484,616
*Buffalo, N. Y......134,573
*Cambridge, Mass... 47,838
Charleston, S. C. ... 48,656'
*Chicago, II...;.....4o ,667
Cincinnati, Ohio ....ar6,a39
Cleveland, Ohio..... 92,829.
Columbus, Ohio..... 31,274
Deroit, Mich....... 79,577
Hartford, Conn. .... 37,180
Indianapolis, Ind.... 48,244
Jersey City, N..J.... 82,546
Louisville, Ky....... oo,753'
*Lowell, Mass...... 49,688
Manchester, N. H... i3,536
Memphis, Tenn..... 4o,226
*Milwaukee, Wis.-. .10o,775


*Minneapolis, Minn. 32,0
Mobile, Ala......... 3,o34
Newark, N. J. ..... os,659
New Haven, Conn... jo,840
New.Orleans, La.... 19,41!
*New York, N.Y..1.046,o37
Philadelphia, Pa....674,922
Pittsburgh, Pa...... 86,oa.6
*Portland, Me...... 37,000
*Providence,R. I.... oo,675
Reading, Pa. ....... 33,930
Richmond, Va .. .* 51,o03
*Rochester, N.Y.... 81,6Sj
*San Francisco, Cal. 25o,0o
*SL Louis, Mo...... 4oooo
*Springfield,-Mass... 3,0o53-
*Syracuse, N..Y..... 48,35
'Troy, N. Y........ 48,82
Washington, D. C... 9og,2od
Wilmington, Del.... 30,841
*W6rcester, Mass. r. 49,317













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WEIGHTS.

Mabtri Dl.~miauldts sad -alua. qhlrln u In DOaomlnatloni I nM.
N1am1. Ito.a. a Wi wshoa quallt of A tlrd bpa
Hns ... t..tser at mnzln.m doa t Wellr.
MUlller ortonneau=1,00l,0(00= I cuble meter=~.204i.pounrda
Qumlal = 100,000= Ibectollter =-0.40pounds
Myrtagram .= 10,]dl0u1011Ura 2 '.04o pound
Kilogram or kilo = 1,000= I hier =--2.0lpounds
Hectogrami = 100= 1 deciiter =J.'!74 onnces
Dfekagram = =10=1 c. eentimet.=0.3T ounce.
Gram = 1= I c. centimet'elr5.4J. graUis.
Decigram .1=. e. centimet.=L54-. 33 gunuie.
Centigram = .01=10 c. miUluner.=0.I.'l gjai.
Milligram = .001= I e. millllJet---0.0lM galu.

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MEASURES OF LENGTH.

trbi Denomlnatial anJ Vailo. Equlalata in Daenumdolu nn Ie.
My)riamener, =10,000 ineters = 6.213 miles.
Kilometer = 1,000 meters = 0.62137 m. o' 3,280 ft. 10 n.
Heciometer = 100 meters = 328 eel and llnchb.
Dekanieter = 10 meters = l33.7 inchess'
Meter = I meter = 39.31 inches.
Decimeter .= .1 of a meter = 3.37 inches. .
Ce.llmeLer = .l of aineler= '03037 ltch.
3U tlm eer =.01 of a meter = 0.0394 iich.


.. .. ..i-,. ..

MEASURES OF SURFACE;

earal DonomlnalUtoo and Vdaiun. iZglvalenLa nL o DInmlmauinan la us.
Heciare = 1I(,00l0 qnaiameters. = .2.471 areas. ,
Are = 100square meters = 119.6square yards.
Centare = IsqdAie imters iZgjtare eldc'J.
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MEASURES. OE', C4 CIT. ..

Marifo DanobleklloLn sal Valeu. qwial lAt ea iLenbaalutia In mie.
iea.. No.Liter. Oubic Mealne.U Dry ilmr "Wa.'ilallemn.
K.Iolltr =l.000W Iloubleenesa tr= 4I.latml.byardp = E .igal .
He'oAler = 01 t= .1 .uLiL malr = Lulh. 8 K [t.. = AIT gl n.
DIOallia =- 10= 10i delmnterll= --00dqerb :1 =MTFpllk.
L.tIr =* 1-= le.dreimetI O. 1NIquin = .MOTqrts.
DeOll.er = .1 = I- .deulmeto. = 4.19Mebl2Tia 0..(k l.
C-..llt er = .m =1llae rinmlre= 0 l uMcl la.. = 0.*38 6ld d.
lUUlltlle .0D01 le. eeialmslu- Oddl.0 blla..h. OX OJIaldAdr.

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T E. pTA.-13_,'!


FOR OBTAININ(c TIMn OF HIGH WATER FOR PLACES
ON THE EASTERN COAST.OP THE UNITED STATES.

(Thwjeo2loing values are derived from late determina-
lins of Me United States Cost Surve.)


To find the time of High Water at any of ihe following
places, add or subtract the hours and minutes opposite the
name of place in the following Table, to or from the hours
and minutesof High Water at New York for the required
day, as found in the Calokdar Page.

II. m.
Portland, Maine............................ add 3 s1
Portsmouth; New Hampshire............... 3 o
Newburyport, Massachusetts............ 3 9
Salem, ............ 3
Nantucket, ......... 4 it.
Holmes Hole, ........... 3 30
Wood's Hole, S. Side," ........... o
New Bedford Entrance (Dumpling-Rock),
Mass ..................i ......... sub. o 16
Newport, Rhode Island,................ o a8
Point Judith, ............ . o 4.
Sandy Hook, New Jersey ............... o 44
Watch Hill, Rhode Ilaid..!.......... add o 47
Stoningon, Connecticut................. o 54
NewLondo, ....... 5
New Haven ............... 3 3
Bridgeport, .............. 58
Throg's Neck, New York.............. 3 7
Cape May endingg, New Jersey....... o 6
Newcastle.......,...........I........ 3 4o
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.....'...... sub. 6 55
Annapolis, Maryland.................... 35
Baltimore, ........... ..... i 40
Richmond, Virginia....... .......... 3 41
Hatteras I het -North Carblina ...... 9
Beaufort .......... 47
Charlesfon (. H. Wharf), S. C......... 47
Fort'Pulaski (Savannah Ent.), Ga....... o 53
Savanh b (Dry Dock Wharf), Ga.. .... o o
St..Augustine, Florida................... add o 8
Key Wet, .................. 9
TaMnpa Bay (Egmoitf Key), Fla........." 3 8
Cedar Keys (Depot Key), Fla............ 5












INTEREST LAWSOF, ALL THE STATES.


STATES &
TEanrotIIKS.


Alabama. -
Arwona,
Arkansas,
Californis,
Colorado,
Coonnectcnt,
Dacolth,
Delaware.
District of Col.
Florida,
Georgia,
Idaho,
IllUnois.
Indianna
Iowa, '
Kaniss,
Kentucky,
Louisiana,
Maine.
Maryland,
MsmBaehuetts,
Michigan,
Minneola.,

MlnniorI,
Misalisippi,

MonLana,
Nebraka,
Nevada,
N. Hampshire,
New Jersey,
New Mexico.
New York,
North Crolina,
Ohio,
Oregon,
Peannylvania,
Rhode Island,
South Carolian,
Tennessee,
Texas,
Utah,
Vermoint,
Virginia,
Washington,
West Virginia,
Wisconain,
Wyoming.


PENALTY OF -USURY.
-l


Los of interest. 8
No penalty. I
6
*- 10
"
Forfeitureof al interest.
Contract. r
6
S ill tlterest.
No penalty. 8
Forfeilure of excess.
$t00 11neorimp't m ruos.otboth. 10
Forfeiture of all interest.
S iteret and costs. 8
S excess.
overerpert.
ali ntreaL 6
iteree. -
No penalty. d
Forfeiture of exeess.. 6
No penalty-i per et on judg'ts. I
Forfeiture o excess. 7
overpereL 7
No penalty.
ForfeLtureof a11 ieset. '
No ipeltity. 10
Fofeitu ro 6b all Interest t costs. I
No Venality 10
Forfetll of three times int rec'd. a
Forfeilof sallleresa. r
No penalty. 0
Forfeiture of contraet.t 6
Frfelts re of faterefL '

prin nt.a. ieot. 10
ecese, Aertoaf 1.
alen bycontnbactst.
Nopenalty. : I
Forfeit of over 6 p.C.S& 100 fine. e
No penalty.
to
Forfeit of excess on R. bonds. 6
S." contract.
No penalty. '
Forfeit of excess. *
S" all iaterst.. .
1 penalty. 11


Special.



No lImt.





18 per at.
6 per cL

No limit.
12 per el.
1 pereL
10 per CL
10 per ct.
10 per et.
10 per ct.
2 per L.
IO per ct
8 per t.
No limit.
6 per ct.

10 pereL
12per ct.
No timit
10 per ct.

12 per ct.
Nibliml.r
0 per ct.
- 7.per cL
2:per ct.
6 per.ct
8 per ct.
8 per c'
12 per it.
0 perct.
No limit.

10 pjrcit.
NoUlimlt

7 per ct
I Jer clt.
Nolinrrilt.
O per oL
10 per ct.
Noliml.


Liable to areaIn Mn nlsdamaet.
t Al paishlu as a mlidiesanu aubks IMt1 taMI al, oi
dObln is Learesnt 1ohuari to dvmO .. ne
I Also 6eper l B. n sidmets.s' V










.'. RATe.SJ QF,,i?:O,.TA &., f ,j


PosTAL'CARDS, .t cEIi.epch, go wiltout funher' charge
to all parts of ihl United States and Canada, with an addi-
tional one-cent stamp they go to all parts oF Europe.
ALL LETTERS, to all pa. s.o(.the.,lJited Stales and
Canada, 3 cents per half-ounce. .
LOCAL, OR DROP" LETTBRS, that is,pfor the.clry or
town where deposited, 2 cents if delivered by carriers; and
j cent where there is no carrier system. '
NEWSP6PERs, dailyr,-seni-wekly, tri-weekly and weelk-
lies, regularly issued and sent to regular subscribers,, centp
per pound, payable attheofficeo[ publicatiuun.; newsppers
and.magazines publishb'lesr'freqpenly than' Bce'a week
a cents per pound. "
TRANSIENIT W WSPAPERS, Magazines; Pamphlets, Books
(prinled),.Calendars, Catalogues, Corrected Proofs Hand-
bills, Maps (lihog phq..or engraved), Music ,rinted
sheet),.,Posters, Proohshets aqd Prospectues, I cent for
each two unres orfractibn ihreof. Allothernmscellanebus
matter, including udsefled Circulars, Blank Bookle 'Book
Mandscripts, Photorapth, '&c., and idlo Seeds,'Cu'ttirng!,
Bulbs and Roots, and Merchandise; not ':xceedingdfour
poundsirn'aeighl, i cent for eachoutnce orfractionI thereof.
,,h'folowiag,ara.tlh post. es. ith Eurmp e.
- raL letters are for the halfounce or dbcti'on Ihereo,
ad'dPtlibse lor newspapers od'ic"b''dnes or"firltion
thereof: -". .; .'
)..To:Great BritainrandiftlandipFTice, 'Spain, all pars
o. German ," including' AustrabiDeaimar;, Switzerland
Ilpig, 2ie.*y (Europeand
d .tq, Lgypt, letters ; ten s nqpaes2 cents,.p
"Fi 'atic colnifiest tl0 lialfSob'1uittli i f6l ftler 'siia
the"fonr:-oinces for.. aiewspajiiersqtllU- Hol ing good,i.t*
rates-.re- -;.i ....' "
,', ,. us i s, lette's vSa q ti woi co (ex..to,1' ew
Soulh )V 5 cen S.via 1 Aen va Bq,
LisT.' cents; newsrpafe'l9 virSail s ancisco 2 cents/,via
Sb6tiUii fon'fsrcPiviniBnidaii 6 ents; China, lefti1,
Vii-Sah FnnradiYcr & .entistiaiSoutilanpt6n I -cents ,vi
*ilisl:j:,:cernts,.newspsmpaiSta,.4.d 6 qents .By.Lhe rdS
:spectveroiles; Brirish India, ltalpino!j tters5 cents,
ds;wgIiwe' 5.qs .JqP at tes ir ip Sanf Francipco13
ents,. newspapers a cen .
;. .. ,.. .. : ... : . .: r;
U ",'..S.; "MO -N Y 'O DERS'

"MfO fQ- ORDER POST OFnctd ale esablishe-in-all ti
]lrge cities and townsb;,att'iht~ci'Orders can lic. obtained
upon ian.,other offild, at the following fteg:of co missionn:
-- On Orders nor:eceeding*g; t:---- -r-cents;
.i Over" 5 "',', I'l $3 ,-;:..,.. -.:-. -
.Over.s ...


When a larger sum than fifty.dollpyis.required, additional
Orders tomake it up must be obifaeii"
Aj











BUSINESS LAW IN DAILY USE.


TIle following compilation of business law contains the
essence of a large amount of legal verbiage:
If a note is lost or stolen, it does not release the mater;
he must pay i, if the consideration for which h was given
and the amount can be proven.
Noies:bear interest only when so staled..
Principal are'responible for the acts of their agents.
Each individual in a partnership is responsible for the
whole amounrof the debts of the firm, except in cases of
spcciil partnerEhip.
ignorance of the law-excuses no one.
The law compels no one to do impossibilities.
An agreement without consideration is void.
A note madeon Sunday is void.
Contracts made on Sunday cannot be enforced.
A noe by a minor is void.
A contract made with a minor isvoid.
A contract made with a lunatic is void.
A note-obtained by-fraud, or from a person in a state of
intoua:icaron,anntt be collected.
It is a fraud to conceal a fraud.
Signatures made with lead pencil are good in lw.
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
rhe law, or maybe supplied by proof. -
The maker of an accommodation" bill or note (one for
which he has received no-consideration, having lent tiis
name or credit for the accommodation of the holder)'isnot
bound to the person accommodated, but irbound toallother
parties, precisely as if there was a good consideration.
No coDsideration .is sufficient in law'if irbe illegal in its
nattue. :
Checks or drafts must be presented for payment without
unreasuoable delay. : .' .
Checks or drafts should be presented during. business
hours, bat 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 h t changed his resi-
dence, ihe holder must use dueor reasonable diligence.to
find him! '
If orie who holds a check as payee orprtheis'e, transfers
it to another, he has a right to insist rlffthe'dli k bcrre-
sented tlat day, or, at fardtest, on the diUifollowiig.
A note indcrsed in blank (the name of the'indorser only
written) is transferable by delivery, the same as if made
payable ro.bearer.
If -the. time of, payment of a note is not inserted, it is
held payable on demand,










BUSINESS LAW IN 'DAILY USE.

The time of payment of a note must not depend upon a
contingency. The promise must be absolute.
A bill may be written upon any paper, or substitute for
it, either with ink or pencl.
The payee should be distinctly named in the note, unless
it is payable to bearer.
An indorsee has a right of. action against all whose
names were on the bill when he received if.
If the letter containing a protest of non-payment be put
into the post office, any miscarriage does not affect the
party giving notice.
Notice of protest may be sent either to the place of busi-
ness or of residence of the party noticed.
The holder of a note may give notice of protest either to
all the previous indorsers or only to one of them; in case
of the latter he must select the last indorser, and the last
must give notice to the last before him, and so on. Each
indorser must send notice the.same day or the day follow-
ing. Neither Sunday or legal holiday is to be counted in
reckoning the time in which notice is to be given.
The loss of a bill or note is not sufficient excuse for not
giving notice of protest.
If two or more persons 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 as
payment of a pre-existing debt, the debt revives if the bil
or note be dishonored.
An endorsement may be written on the face or back.
An indorser may prevent his own liability to be sued by
writing without recourse," or similar words.
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 passed the time of
statutory limitation revives the whole debt, and the claim
holds good for another period of six years from the date of
such partial payment.
A verbal promise to pay, made without conditions, is
generally held as sufficient to revive a claim otherwise shut
out by the law of limitation.
If, when a debt is due, the debtor is our of the State, the
"six years" do not begin to run unril he returns. If he
afterward leave the State, the time forward counts the same
as if he remained in the State.
An oral agreement must be proved by evidence. A writ-
ten agreement proves itself. The law prefers written to
oral evidence because of its precision,
No evidence may be introduced to contradict or vary a
written contract; but it may be received in order to explain
it, when such contract is in need of explanation.










FIXED, AND MOVABLE FESTIVALS .

Epiphany, . . . . . . Jan. 6
Sepruagesima Sunday, . . . . Feb. 13
Shrove Sundy, . .. .. . . . Feb. 27
Ash Wednesday. . . . . .. Mar. 2
First Sunday in Lent, .. . . .. Mar. 6
St. Patrick, . . . . . .. .Mar. 17
Annunci3ion, . . . ... . Mar. a5
Palm Sunday, . . . . .. April to
Good Friday, . . . . . .. April 15
Easter Sunday, . . . . . .... April 17
St. George, . . . . . . Apnrl 2
Low Sunday. . . . . . April 24
Rogation Sunday, . . . . .. May 22
Ascension Day,. . . . .May 26
Whit Sunday, ... . . .June 5
Trinily Sunday, . . . . . .June i2
Corpus Christi, . . . . . . June 16
St. John, Biptit, .. . . ... June 24
Mchlixilmis Day, ........... .Sept. 29
First Sunday in Advent, . . . Nov. 27
St. Andrew, .... ... ..... Nov. 30
S. Thomas, .. . . . ... Dec. 21
ChriWsunma.. ..............Dec. 25



MORNING AND EVENING STARS.

MaEcRCU will be Evening Star about February 2a, June
19, and October 15; and Morning Star about April 7, Au-
gust 6, and November 24
VBNUS will be Evening Star till May j, and Morning
Star the rest of the year.
Ju'PITBR vill be Evening Star till April 2: then Morn-
ing Star till November i3; and Evening Star again the
rest of the year.



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.

Dominical Leter, ............. B.
Epac, . . . . . . . 30
Golden Number, . . . . . .. .
Solar.Cycle, m. . . . . . . r4
Roman Indiction, . . . . . . 9
Julian Period, . . . . . ... 6594



THE SEASONS.

Spring begidss ..... . ar. ao, 5h. 57m1. A. M.
Summer begin;i .. ... Jne a, ah. 1am. A. M.
Autumn begins, Sept. a, 4h. 34m. P. M
Winter begin, . . .. Dec. z, 1oh. 44. A. M.
Given in Washington time.











ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1881.



IN the year 186r there uill be four Eclipses; two of
the San and two of the Moon, and a Transit of Mercury
across the Sun's disc.

I. A PaRTIrL ECLIPSF OP THI SUN, May 27. In-
visible to the United States generally, except in a small
decree to the more northern and western of the central
States; beginmnn ordinarily a little before sunset. At
Chicago the Eclipse will begin at 7h. om. P. M. -the Sun
setting before completion of the Eclipse. Visible to noirh-
ern part of North America and to northern Asia. Magni-
tude of greatest Eclipse anywhere on the earth = 0.737
(Sun's diameter = i).

II. A TOTAL ECLIPS2 OP THE MOON, June n-i1a.
Viable to North and South America, and In portions of
Afrca and Ausrralia; happening as follows:

BOSTON. NEW YORK. CHICAGO.
.. o: X. '. Il It. : D. it. It.
Moon enters Penumbra, it 11 31 A. 11 11 19I. It 1l I A.
Moon enters Sbadrw, . 12 0 27 s. 12 0 15 i. It UI 21 A.
'.ital Ecipee begin, . 12 1 2 1 is. O I 0 29M.
Middle of Eclipse, ... 1 2 1l M. 12 ] 8M. 12 I 4 n.
Total Eclipse ends, .. 12 2 51 u. 12 2' m. 12 1 t M.
Moon leave. Shadow, .. 12 3 52 u. 12 3 4) ,. 12 2 4 l.
Moon leaves Penumbra, 12 4 48 12 4 3il 12 42 .

Magnitude of Eclipse = 1.365 (Moon's diameter = I).

Ill. AN ANNULAR ECLIPE OP THB Sun, November
a2 Invisible Vinble to Patagonia, S. A., and to the
Antarctic Ocean. '

IV. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE MtOON, December .
Invisible. Vi.ible more or less to Europe, Asia, Africa,
Australia, and northwestern portion of North America.

V. A TRANSIT OF MERCURY OVER THE SUN'S DISC,
November 7. Partly visible west of a line drawn through
Cleveland, Ohio, and Charleston, S. C. Ingress occur-
ring, in Washington time, at 5h. Sm., p. M.-the Sun set-
ting before completion of the Transit. Visible in part to
a large portion of the world and wholly to Australia,
Sandwich Islandj, and intervening Ocean.

HIo -~ T fir. tim. of ooe t ofsere at uny Cl plae, obs tee bl. dl
enm fl ftime berweMa- pla sand Wuslnt an.


















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FinRr Q)UARTBR. 7d. jli 2;m. M. 7d. 311. 13m. .
FULL MCON ...... tsd bi. 5o01. id. 6h. 35m. M.
LAST QuARSR.. 23d. 411. 4m. M. 23d. 3h. 52m. M.
Newi MOON....... agd. 8h. i. A. 2d. h. 5,m. A.

BOBTON & CHICAGO. N; YORK & PHILA.
SDay Suri MoON BUST. SUN Moor: N.V.
of R&S. R.&S. TIDF. c R.&S &S TIDl
W'k. H. M. H.M. H.M. H. M. H. M. H.M.


1 SA-
2 Sa.
3 Mo.
4 Tu-
5 WE.
6 TH.
7 FR.
SSA.
9 S%
ic Mo.
STu
12 WE
13 TH.
14 FR.
II SA.
l5b
17 Mo.
iS Tu.
I WE.
20 TH.
21 FR.
22 SA.

24 Mo.
2s Tu.
:6 WE.
27 TH.
28 FR.

301 A
3,. Mo.


I r 25
39 2J4 45
30 317 25
17 4 '4 47
2 5117 25
49. 6S4 49
39 7I17 25
32 8 s4 51
30 917 24
28 10oj4 53
25 11 r.7 ?4
19 12 '4 55
8 131r7 23
55 14,4 57
35 15'T7-22
.. 16I15 0
30 l'7r7 21
S. iS 5 2
46 197- 20
23 20S5 4
3 2r1r7 '9
45 22 5 7
36 23 ,7 17
36 24S5 9
43 25177 16
55 2615 I"
5 2-'r7 14
9 28 5 '4
6 29 7 '3
55 30 5 i6
IS 31 r7 li


'7 30
'4 40
'7 30
.4 42
'7 30
s4 44

r4 46
r7 29
'4 4S
17 28
$4 50




1 55
r7 26
54 57
r7 24
55 0
r7 23
f5 2
.7 22
s5 5





r7 21
?7 IS


s5 13
>7 141


7 23 o
8 24 1
9 26 1
10 29 2
11 35 3
MORN 3
o 43 4
I 52 5
3 6
4 8 7
.5 9 9
5 59 io
SBTS I
6 25 TI
7 41 o
















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FIRST QUARTER.. 5d. S.L Ioa. A. 11. 59m. A.
FULL MOON...... 14d. ill. 4o0n. 4M. d. ii. 21m. iM.
LAST QOART .I. aid. 2.h. 46nl. A. 2id. 211. 34m. A.
Nw Moor...... 8d. 6 4;m. . Sd. 61r. 36n.. M.

aBl DON &tCHICAGO. I N, YORK & PHILA.


SDay SuN Mlooln 0 .sr.
' .1f R.&S R.&S. TIDe.
C W'k. II. M. H. M. H. m.
I Tu. 17 13 8 54 1 4
2 WE. j5 17 10 4 J 48
3 TH. 17 I1 TI 12 2 32
4 FR. 55 19 MoRN. 3 17
5 SA. r7 9 0 19 4 4
6 S 5 22 1 22 4 58
7 Mo. r7 7 2 21 5 56
8 Tu. S5 24 3 15 6 57
9 WE. V7 4 4 3 7 57
10 TH. -5 27 4 45 8 51
ii FR. r7 I 5 21 9 41
12 SA. J5 30 5 52 Io 26
13 A 16 r8 6 20 IE 7
14 Mo. i5 32 ni-1. 1i 43
r; Tu. r6 ;6 7 19 o I
16 We-r. 5 5 8 23 o 37
17 TH. r6 53 9 27 1 15
18 FR. s5 37 10 33 1 54
rg SA. -6 5so i 40 2 36
20 4 55 40 MORN. 3 22
21 Mo. r6 47 o 48 4 15
22 Tu. s5 42 r 55 5 19
23 WE. r6 44 2 56 6 31
24 TH. 5 45 3 50 7 44
25 FR. r6 41 4 35 8 51
26 SA. 5 5 47 5 13 9 5'
27 r6 38 5 461 o 45
2S Mo. s5 50 srrs Ir 31
I . . . . . .. .. .
.. . ... ... . ..
., .. . . .. . .


SSuN Mhloor
' R.& S. IR.&5.
0 M. H.M.

1 17 10 8 53
2r5 20 10 2
3'7 8 11 9
45 22 nor:

6 25 25I 1?
7 7 3 2 16
8 5 27 3 9
9r7 1 3 57
S 30 4 40
n r6 59 5 17
12 5 32 5 48
13t6 s6 6 17
14 5 35 ,,,_
l5r6 53 7 '9
16s5 37 8 2?
17 r6 5 9 25
I8-5 39 1o 30
Sr6 45 11 36
20 5 42 olON.
21 6 45 0 43
22 5 44 5
23 r6 42 2 5
5 47 3 45
2 r6 39 4 3'
265 49 5 10
276 36 5 44
5 5' SET-.

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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FrRET QUARrR.. 7d. 3h. 18m. A. d. 3h. 6m. A.
FULL MooN ...... i5d- 5 551.m. A. i5d. Sh. 41m. A.
LAST QUARTER. .. 2ad. zoh. 46m. A. zd. ioh. 34m1. A.
New Mooni ....... agd. 5. 48m, A. 29d. Sh. 36m. A.


TON & CHICI


BO8
: Day
'5 of
0 W'k.

i Tu.
2 WE.
3 TH.
4 FR.
5 SA.
6
7 Mo.
8 Tu.
9 WE.
1o TH.
i FR.
12 SA.
13 S
14 Mo.
15 Tu.
6 WEr
17 TH.
iS FR.
19 SA.
20 A
21 MNo.
22 Tu.
23 WE.
24 TH.
25 FR.
26 SA.
27 A
28 Mo.
29 Tu.
30 WE.
31 TH.


GO.
BOOST.
TIoE.
H. M.


O 35
SIS
1 iS

2 47

4 27
5 24
6 23
7 22
8 i6
9 6
9 5'
'o 33
11 12
II 49
o 8
o 48
1 31
2 17
3 8
4 5
5 n
6 22
7 29
8 33
9 30
10 19
II 5
11 48
o .8


* N.VOR
1a SON
'o R.&S
H H. M.

i r6 33
25 53
3r6 30
4S5 55
5r6 27
5 58
7 r6 24
8:6 o
gr6 21
ios6 2
Siir6 17
12A6 4
13 P6 14
1416 6
15r6 Ii
16j6 9
17 76 8
i8s6 ii
ig9r6 4
20s6 13
21 r6 I
226 15
23r5 5S
24sA6 i
25 r5 54

27 Y5 5'
28s6 21
291-5 48
30l 6 23
31 5 44


K & PHILA.
MOON N.Y.
R.&S. TIDE.
H. M. H. M.


SUN MooN
R.&S. R.&S.
H. M. H. M.

'6 35 7 40
5 5 52 8 5
-6 3210 o
'5 5411 6
r6 28 MORN.
s5 57 o 9
r6 25 I 6
55 59 1 56
r6 21 2 40
6 1 3 19
r6 S18 3 53
6 4 4 22
r6 15 4 49
;6 6 5 1
r6 II RISES.
s6 8 7 17
r6 8 8 24
s6 iI 9 32
r6 4 o 41
s6 13 11 48
6 I MORN.
s6 r5 49
r5 57 I 43
A6 17 2 3o
-5 54 3 10
r6 o0 3 44
75 50 4 15
s6 22 4 44
r5 47 SETS
A6 24 7 39
'5 43 S 47
















MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK
FIRST QUARTER.. 6d. rilh. am. m. m.6d. ioh. 58m. M.
FULL MOoN ...... d 7h. h 6m. m. i4d. 61 54m. 1.
LAir QUARTER... lid. 4h. 54mu. M. rid. 4h. 4m M.
New Moon....... 8d. 5h. 40m. M. 28d. 51. 2Sm. M.
BOSTON & OCHICAGO.. N YOBK & PHILA.
| Day Sur MOON BUST. SUN MOON N.\Y.
' of R R.&S. R.&S. Ti DE. R&S. R.& S. Tll.
SW'k. H. H. M. H. M. C H M. H. MI. i. H.
SFR 1'5 42 9 52 0 50 r5 43 94' 9 59
2 SA. 6 28 10 5? i 35 s6 26 Jo 47 rb 40
3 r5 3811 47 2 0 3jr5 39 11 4211 26
4 Mo. 6 30 MORN. 3 7 416 28 mo. .....
5 Tu. r5 35 o 35 3 56 5'5 36 o 30 o 43
6 W: 6 32 i 16 4 49 6s6 30 1 II i 36
7TH. '5 3' 1' 1 5 45 7 rS 33 I 47 2 31
8 F. s6 341 6 40 8s6 33 2 19 3 25
9 SA. r5 28 2 50 7 33 9r5 30 2 48 4 18
o :s :6 36 3 15 8 24 ios6 35 3 14 5 9
ir Mo. r 5 25 3 39 9 -I rrr5 27 3 39 5 56
r1 Tu. s6 394 4 9;56 126 37 4 5 6 42
13 rW r5 21 4 3'1 o 39 13 r5 24 4 33 7 24
14 TH. s6 41 RI;.- 11 22 14As6 39 RiBeS. 8 3
5 FR. t5 18 8 ..... J5'5 20 8 24 8 49
16 SA. ;'6 43 9 37 o 26 i6j6 41 9 32 9 36
7 'r5 1510 42 I 15 17 '* 17 o1 37 10 24
18 Mo. 6 4511 40 2 7 8 6 431' 3511 '6
19 Tu. '5. [2 MoRn. 3 1 '9r5' 14 1 .....
2o WE. 6 48 o 29 3 58 2os6 45 o 24 0 45
2 lTH. '5 9 10o 5 I 21 5 ri 1 6 I 47
22 F- s6 50 1 45 6 5 226 47 I 4 2 51
23 SA. '5 6 2'16 7.9 23r 9 2 18 3 54
24 'A 6 52 2 45 8 9 46 49 2 45 4 53
?5 MIo. r5 3 13 9 r 25 r 6 3 14 5 46
26 Tu. s6 54 3 42 9 5' i266 51 3 44 6 37
27 WE'r5 o 4 12 ro-38 2775 3 4 15 7 23
28 T1. s6 56 STS ii 23 28 s6 53 F TE 8 5
9 FR. 74 57 8 38 .. 29 r5 o 8 33 8 49
30SA. r6 59 9 35 o 26 06 55 9 30 9 36

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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
rmF'T QU&RTrM 6d. 6h. om. M 6d. Sh. 4811. M.
FriLL MOON ..... 13d. 511. 4om. A. 13d. sh. 28m. A.
LAST QUARTER... 2od. Soh. 23m. M. 2od. ioh. I im. M
NEW MOON ....... 27d. 6h. 52. . 7d. 6h. 4om. A.


BOSTON & CHICAGO.


SUN MooN Bosr.
R.&S. R.&S. TDEs.
H. M. H M. H. M.

4 54 10 26 1 1i
S7 I I 1 56
r'4 5211 4S 2 4
s7 3 MORN. 3 26
'4 49 o 21 4 13
I7 5 o o 5 1
,4 47 I i6 5 -53
17 r40 645
'4 44 2 4 7 37
I37 o1 2 30 8 28
74 42 58 9 17
S7 12 3 301 7
r4 4 4 910 58
x7 14 /It'ES. r1 46
r4 38 9 30 o 12
17 r610 24 I 4
r4 36 1TO 58
s7 IS II 47 2 52
V4 34 MORN. 3 46
s7 20 0 9 19 4
r4 32 o 48 5 41
j7 22 1i6 640
r14 31 44 7 3S
17 24 2 13 8 33
r4 29 2 44 9 25
17 :6 3 19 10 14
'4 28 4 oI11 1
r7 27 SETS. ll 45
r4 27 9 -5 0 6
S7 29 9 46 0 49
r4 26 o1021 I 31


N. YORK & PHILA.
: SUN Moon N Y.
'o R.& S. R.&S. I ID.L
A H. M. H. M. H M.


I 14 58
2 6 57
3 '4 55
4 7 o
5.r4 53
6 r7 2
7 r4 5'1
837 4
9'4 4S
10 7 6
II r4 46
12 7 8
131''4 44
14 s? IO
15r4 42
r6-'7 i
17 5r4 40
I s7 13
i9r4 39
2017 15
21 74 37
22 J.7 17
23 r4 36
24' 7 19
25'r4 34
26 17 20
27 -4 33
28 17 22
29 4 32
30 7 23
31 1-4 31


SDay
'o of
a W'k.


2 Mo.
3 Tu:
4 WE.
5 TH.
6 FR.
7 S..
8 E
9 Mo.
lo Tu.
SI WE.
12 I'R.
13 FR.
14 SA.
15 A
16 Mo.
17 Tu.
iS WE.
.19 TH.
zo FR.
21 SA.
22 A
23 Mo.
24 Tu.
25 WE.
26 TH.
27 FR.
2S SA.
2,) A
30 Mo.
31 Tu.


10 18
II
11 47
o 12
1 0
r 48
S39
3 30
4 22
5 '1
6 3
6 53
7 41
8 29
9 "4
IO 16
II 7

0 33
1 29
2 27
3 26
4 22
5 18
6 1i
7 o
7 44
8 28
9 '4
9 56
'o 35


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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FIRsr QUARTER.. 4d. loh. 35m.. A. 4d. oh. 23m. A.
FULL IMOON...... ad. ah. imm. M. ird. zh. im. M.
LAir QUARTER... i8d. 4h. 35m. A. 18d. 4h.3m. A.
New MooN....... 26d. gh. iqm. M. 6d. gh. 7m. M.

SBOSTON & CHICAGO. N. YORK & PHILA.


3 Day Sun MOON
L of R.&S. R.&S.
SW'k. H. M. H. M.
SWE. r-4 25 10 51
2TH. '7 3' I[ 1i
3 FR. 4 24 11 42
4 SA. 17 32 MHORM
5 '4 24 o 6
6 Mo. s7 34 o 30
7 Tu. 1-4 23 o 56
8 WE. 7 351 26
9 TH. r4 23 2 I
zo FR. s7 36 2 44
II SA. r4 22 3 34
12 A 17 37 RIs.-
13 Mo. r4 22 9 3
14 Tu. s7 38 9 44
15 WE. r4 22 10 20
16 Tn. s7 39 10 51
17 FR- r4 221 I 20
18 SA. 17 3911 48
19 '-4 23 MORN
20 Mo. 17 40 o 17
21 To. r4 23 0 48
22 WLEs, 40 1 2
23 TH. r4 24 1 59
24 FR r17 40 2 43
5 SA. r4 24 3 33
26 A 17 40 SETs.
27 Mo. 74 25 8 22
28l 'u. s7 40 8 53
29 WE. 4 26 9 20
30 TH. I7 40 9 46
. 1 ... .


BosT.
Ties.
n. M.

2 13
2 54
3 35
4 18
5 5
5 55
6 50
7 46
8 45
9 42
to 39
1I 34
o o
o 53
i 46
2 36
3 25
4 16
5 "
6 8
7 6
8 6
9 O
9 52
10 41
II 24

0 25
1 5
I 42


Sun Moon N.Y.
a R.&S. R.&S TIDE.
1 H. M. H. M H. .M.
1 r4 30 1o 48 i 16
2 .7 2611i r61 59
3r4 30 11 41 o 21
457 27 MOHN. I 5
5 r4 29 o 6 I 51
6.17 28 o 31 2 41
7 r4 29 o 58 3 35
8 s7 29 1 29 4 31
9 r4 28 2 5 5 3
10 7 31 2 49 6 28
i' r4 =S 3 39 7 24
1257 31 RISIES 8 6
'3 r4 8 8 58 9 13
14s7 32 9 411 o 6
15 74 2810 i8 10 53
1657 33 10 501 45
174 2811 20 0o 10
18s7 34 1T 49 3
39r4 =8 MONi. i 57
20:7 34 o 19 2 54
21 r4 29 o 51 3 52
22s7 34 1 25 4 50
23r4 29 2 4 5 45
2437 35 2 48 6 38
25 4 30 338 7 25
26 7 35 FTrs. 8 7.
2774 31 8 IS 8 50
28 7 35 8 o 9 32
29r4 32 9 17 10 9
30o7 35 9 44 0 44
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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FIRST QUARTER.. 4d. oh. 32m. A. 4d. oh. 2om. A.
FULL MOON ..... nid. qh. 29m. M. lid. 9lh. im. M.
LAST QL'TERT... i8d. oh. som. n. .8d. oh. 3jni. M.
New MOON ...... 26d. oh. 35m. M. 26d. oil. 3m. M.
BOSTON & CHICAGO. N. YORK & PHILA.
E Day SUN MooN BosmT. E SUN MOON N.V.
' oI R.&S. R.&S. TIe. R.&S. R.&S. TIDE.
W'k. Hi. M. H. M. HM. I l. M. H. M. H M.


10 II 2 20
Io 35 2 58
10 59 3 38
11 25 4 21
II 57 5 12
MORN. 6 9
o 35 7 12
1 20 8 17
2 15 9 22
3 20 10 25
uISES. II 22
8 I1 .....
8 51 0 38
9 22 1 27
9 5' 2 14
10 20 3 0
10 50 3 48
11 23 4 39
MORN. 5 37
0o a6 38
0 4: 38
1 29 8 37
2 21 9 30
3 17 10 iS
4 14 11 2
SETS. II 41
7 52 .
8 15 0 34
8 39 1 1o
9 3 I 47
9 29 2 25


I 74 32
7 34
3r4 33
41:7 34
514 35
s7 33
7 r4 36
s87 33
9 r4 38
1Os7 32
II 74 39
12 17 31
137r4 40
14s7 30
'5 r4 42
16J7 29
17 N4 43
13s7 28
19 r4 45
20 1Y7 26
21 >4 47
22J7 24
23 -4 4e
24 7 23
25 r4 50
26 7 21
2 r4 52
28s7 r9
9 r4 54

*i r4 q,4
30s7 17
3174 $6


10 10 II 22
10 35 .....
11 0 0 24
it 28 1 8
MolN. I 58
oo 2 55
0 39 3 57
S25 5 2
2 20 6 8
3 25 7 Io
RnIEs 8 3
8 14 8 59
8 49 9 49
9 21 1o 34
9 521 19
10 22 .....
1o 53 0 34
II 27 I 27
tlORN 2 23
o 5 3 23
0 47 4 23
1 34 5 22
2 26 6 16
3 22 7 5
4 18 7 45
SES. 8 3
7 5 9 3
8 14 9 39
8 39 o 13
9 41049
9 31 27


4 Mo.
5 TuI.
6 WE.
7 TH.
8FR.
9 SA.

I, Mo.
12 I'u.
13 WE.
r4 TH.
15 FR.
16 SA.

IS Mo.
1.) TU.
20 WE.
21 TH.
22 FR.
23 SA.
24 A
25 Mo.
26 Tu.
27 WE.
25 TH.
29 FR.
30 SA.
3' &-


I I I


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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FIRST QUARTER. ad h. 58111. A. 2d. aih. 46m. A.
FULi. MOON. .. d 4h. 23ni.. 9d. 411. tI A.
LA r QUARTER... i6d. 01o. 14m A. 16d. oh. 2m. A.
New MOON ...... aid. 4h.. m. A. 24d. 3h. 49m. A.


OHICA
MiooN
R&S.
H. M.


BO8
D Day
o 0o
Q W'k.

I Mo.
2 Tu.
3 WE.
4 TH.
5FR.
6 SA.
7 A
8 Mo.
9Tu.
c1 WE.
II TH.
12 FR.
13 S4.
14 %
15 Mo.
16 Fu.
L7 VE.
is TH.
19 FR.
20 SA.
21 A
22 Mo.
23 Tu.
24 'WE
2'5 IH.
20 FR
27 SA.
28 %
29 Mo.
30 Tu.
31V WE.


TON &


GO.
BOOST.

H. M.

3 3
3 47
4 39
5 39
6 49
8 o
9 8
0o, io
II 5
11 54
0 17
1 2
I 47
2 33
3 20



10


9 49
10 32
II II
11 46
o 3
S39
I i6
1 16
r 55.
23
3 23


N. YOR
, SlN
Rn.&S.
i H M.

214 57
7 14
34 59

5,5 1
S7 9
7|r5 2
817 -
9,r5 4
0io 7 4
I 5 6
I -


15'r5 10
16s6 56
1 r5 12
Iss6 53
19 "5 14
20I '
2I6 50
21 r5 16
221s6 47
23 r5 I8
24 6 44
25 -5 20
2616 41
27 r5 22
25,6 38
9 rS '24
301'6 35
31 r5 261


SuN
R.&S.
H. M.

'4 53
:7 i8
'4 55

'4 57


'7 r1
'5 I
-7 7
r5 3
7 4
r5 5
S7 2
'5 7
s6 59
15 0
s6 56
r5 12
?6 53
r5 14
.-6 50
r5 16
16 46


5 :0
'6 40
r5 22
6 37
"5 24


K & PHILA.
Moon N V.
IR & 5 '1 LE.
H. A. H M.
10. 1 .....
Io 36 o 33
1i 17 I 26
MloRN 2 25
o 5 3 -4
I 4 445
2 13 5 53
3 27 6 56
RICE 7 48
7 18 8 38
7 50 9 =6
8 21 10 II
S 53 o1 53
9 27 11 40
10 4 0 5
io 45 o 58
H 31 i 54
MORII. 2 54
0 2 3 56
I 17 4 53
2 '1 5 47
3 6 35
4 9 7 17
sm-'. 7 E4
6 44 8 29
7 C 9 7
7 3" 9 43
8 5 1o 20
8 37 io 58
9 16 1r 43
o10 o 9


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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FIsT QUARTER.. Id. 9h. i8m. M. id. 9h. 6m. M.
FULL MOON...... 7d. a1h. 55m. A. ,d. ah. 3m. A.
LAST QURTER... i5d. 3"b. emn. M. isd. 3h1. Sm. M.
Nae MooN....... 23d. 7h. aom. M. 73d. bh. 58m. M.
FiRs- QUARTER.. 3od. sh. 4. od. 4h. 5am. A.


BOSTON CHICAGO.
S Day SUN MOON BOST.
'b of R.&S. R.&S. ToIDB
W H'k. H. M .. H. .H...


SN. YORK 6 PH A.


SUN
'5 R.&S.
Q H. M.


Moon
R.&S.
H. M.


r Tu. r5 25 10 48 4 18 r27 10 53
2FR. s6 3111 49 5 23 2s6 30o 1 54
3 SA. r5 27 MonR. 6 32 3r5 29 MORN.
4 A 6 28 o 58 45 4x6 26 7 4
5 o. r5 30 2 r4 8 51 55 31 2 18
6Tu. A6 24 3 31 9 51 6s6 23 3 33
7 WE- 5 32 4 4810 44 7 5 33 4 49
S TH. s6 21 RISES. II 31 8 6 20 RISES.
9 FR. r5 34 647 ... 9 r5 35 6 49
1o SA. .s6 18 7 21 o 36 o 6 16 7 24
II % r5 36 7 57 212 r 5 37 8 I
12 Mo. 16 14 8 37 2 7 1216 13 8 42
13 Tr. r5 38 9 21 2 55 13 5 39 9 26
4 WE. r6 r ro II 3 45 I4s6 Io i 16
STH. r5 401 5 439 15r5 41 1 10
16 FR. 16 7 MORN. 5 38 16s6 7 MORN.
:7 SA. r5 42 o 6 38 17 5 43 6
18 A s6 3 o 59 7 34 i86 3
19 r5 44 588 26 19r5 45 2 '
2.: T. s6 o0 57 9 13 20o6 0 2 59
21 WE. r5 47 3 57 9 56 21 r5 47 3 58
22 TH. s5 56 4 5810 37 2215 56 4 58
23 FR. r5 49 SETS 11 15 23r 5 49 ETSw.
24 SA. 5 53 6 6zi 51 2415 53 6 8
25 A r5 51 6 38 o 25 r5 51 6 41
26 Mo. '5 49 7 14 o 49 265 50 7 18
27 Tu. r5 53 7 56 33 275 3 8 r
28 Wrs5 46 8 46 2 20 285 46 8 51
29 TH. r5 55 9 43 3 10o 295 55 9 48
3 F. sS 43 10 48 4 6 305 4310 53
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4 30
5 36
6 37
7 28
8 13
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2 24
3 23
4 19
5 11
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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. NEW YORK.
FULL MOON....... d. g7d 9 15 M. y gh. 3m. m.
LAs Quarr.At..m 14. .. d m A. h. m. d. 9L. 3om. A.
New MooN....... d 9h. 47m. A. d. gh. 35m. A.
FIRSr QUARTER.. god. oh .. 2d. 1ih. 5m.I. A.
BOSTON & CHICAGO. j. N. YORK & PHILA.
l Day SuN Moon BosT. S uNI MOON N. Y.
5 oi R.&S. R.&S. Tius. R.&S. R.&S. True.
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3 0o.
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5 WE.
6 TH.
7 FR.
8 SA.
9 a
10 Mo.
Iz Tv.
12 WE.
13 TH.
14 FR.
15 SA.
16 A
17 Mo.
i8 Tu.
19 WE.
20 TH.
21 FR.
22 SA.
23 A
24 Mo.
25 TU.
26 WE.
27 TH.
28 FR.
29 SA.
30 A
31 Mo.
31 Mo.


r-S 58
553
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76 2
15 32
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s5 16
r6 16
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55 7
r6 21
15 7
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S4 58
r6 30
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r6 33


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3s5 40
3 r5 59
455 37
576 I
6s5 33
7r6 3
8s5 3
9r6 5
10o5 n7
rn r6 7
12 5 24
13r6 9
14 5 21
15 r6 12
6s'5 'S
17 r6 14
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2055 12
21 r6 18
22s5 9
23 r6 2o
24s5 6
25 r6 :23
26s5 3
27 r6 25
28 s I
29 r6 27
30s4 58
31 P6 30


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5 '3
6 Ir
7 3
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8 33
9 2!
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r1 39
o 4
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8 7
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FULL MoorN ..... 5d. 9.11 A. 5d. rh. 7m. A.
LAST QUARTER... i3d. 61. -7111. A. 13d. 6h1. mn. A.
NawMoor....... d. id . ;m. id. zzh. 5mn. M.
FIRST QuARaER.. 2Id.L 7.lm.. 7. M. d. 7h. Sm. M.
BOSTON & CHICAGO. N..YQRK & PHILA.
E Day Srr MooN BDuT. l SuLn MOON N. Y.
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W "k. H. M b. H. M. AM. H. H M.H IM.
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3 49 .8 58
4 59 9 51
6 9 1041
RiB5. 11l 28
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6 43 o 34
7 39 1 21
8 38 2 6
9 38 2 S'
'O 37 3 35
II 35 4 22
MORN. 5 1o
o 33 6 o
1 33 6 o5
2 34 7 42
3 37 8 32
4 41 9 23
5 48 io 13
s5TS. 11 3
5 2811 52
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7 401 7
8 52 i 59
to 5 2 50
r 17 3 41
MORN. 4.37
o 27 5 35
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2 54 55
3 J6 33
4 4 52
5 r6 36
654 50
7 r6 38
8S4 48
9 r6 41
10T4 46
i ?r6 43
1224 44
'3 r6 45
4 1'4 43
15 6 48
z6 -4 4r
I? r6 50
18r 4 40
19r'6 53
20 J4 38
21 r6 55
22 14 37
23r6 57
24S4 36
25 r6 59
26 s4 35
27 -7 1
28 4 35
29 7 3
3054 34


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4 47
5 44
6 37
7 .6
8 9
S 58
9 45
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11 I1
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3 36
4 25
5 '8
6 9
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7 46
8 35
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3 19


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2 WE.
3 TH.
4 FR.
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6 A
7 Mo.
8 Tu.
9 WE.
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13 A
14 Mo.
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FULL MAN ...... 5d. oh, 3om. A. d oh. i8m. A.
LA.T QUARTnER... I3d.-3hb. 2m. A. i3d. 31i. qm. A.
Naw MoorN....... 2Jid oh. 23m. 2 d. oh. im. M.
FIRST QUARTER.. 2;d. sh. 5Sm. A. a7d. 3h- 46m. A.


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S11. M. H. M.
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2 4 33 3 53
3'7 7 4 59
4 4 331 6 2
'5 7 9 RISES
64 33 5 32
7 7 1i 6 3
814 33 7 28
9'7 13 8 27
10-4 33 9 25
iI r7 15 10 22.
12 4 33 Il 2o
13,7 16 MORN.
14. 4 34 o 18
i5'7 IS I 18
16js4 34 2 so
17 '7 19 3 24
IS14 35 4 30
1917 20 5 34
20o4 36 6 37
21 '7 21 sETs.
22 r4 37 6 38
23 7 22 7 52
24'4 38 9 6
251,7 23 10 IS
265s4 40 ia 27
27 r7 23 MORN.
28S 4 41 o 36
29 7, 24 1 44
30i s4 42 2 o
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