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Otis Keene Diary, 1884-1886

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1884-1886
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:
UF00076636:00022

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1884-1886
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:
UF00076636:00022

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Title Page and Front Matter
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
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        Page 35
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        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
    January 1884
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
        Page 58
    February 1884
        Page 59
        Page 60
        Page 61
    May 1886
        Page 62
        Page 63
        Page 64
        Page 65
    June 1886
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
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        Page 73
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        Page 75
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
        Page 80
    July 1886
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
    August 1886
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
        Page 107
        Page 108
        Page 109
        Page 110
    October 1886
        Page 111
        Page 112
        Page 113
        Page 114
        Page 115
        Page 116
        Page 117
        Page 118
        Page 119
        Page 120
        Page 121
    September 1884
        Page 122
        Page 123
        Page 124
        Page 125
        Page 126
    October 1884
        Page 127
        Page 128
        Page 129
        Page 130
        Page 131
        Page 132
        Page 133
        Page 134
        Page 135
        Page 136
        Page 137
        Page 138
        Page 139
        Page 140
        Page 141
        Page 142
    November 1884
        Page 143
        Page 144
    October 1885
        Page 145
        Page 146
        Page 147
        Page 148
        Page 149
        Page 150
        Page 151
        Page 152
        Page 153
        Page 154
        Page 155
        Page 156
        Page 157
        Page 158
    November 1885
        Page 159
        Page 160
        Page 161
        Page 162
    Back Matter and Notes
        Page 163
        Page 164
        Page 165
        Page 166
        Page 167
        Page 168
        Page 169
        Page 170
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        Page 193
    Back Cover
        Page 194
        Page 195
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SI M T WT F IS
JANUARY.
12113 .1 5
6 7 S 9'10 l 12
13 14 .15 i16 17i i19
201 2 21 2 4 23 1 2?G
27 2S 29 3013' 1 -

FEBRUARY.

3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 Ii 12 13 14 '5 i6
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 z6 2 29 .

MARCH.
. . . .. .. ;
2 3 4 5 6 7 S'
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
3 31.. .. .. .. ..
APRIL.

6 7 8 9 II 1 2
13 14.15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 2S 29 30 .. .. ..

MAY.

4 5 6 7 8 9 io
II 12 13 14 15 10 '
iS IQ 20 21 2 23 24
25 26 2-! 28 9 30 31

JUNE..
1I 2 314 5 .6
8 9 10 11 2 13 14
15 16 17.- 18 19 20 21
22 23 24' 25 21 27 8
29 30 '. -...


SINM TI WTIFIS
JULY.
~1 2 3 4 5,
l 7 8 9 10 I 12
13 14 15 i6 17 i8 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 23 ?9 30 31 **

AUCUST.

3 4 5 6 7 8 9
o10 11 2 13 14 I5 16
17 1B 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31 '
SEPTEMBER.
1 2 3 4 5 6
S8 9 10o 11 2 13
14 15 ,6 17 8 9 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 .. .. .. ..

OCTOBER.
S.. 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 o10
12 13 147 5 1'6 17 I S
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31 .

NOVEMBER.
........ I
2345673
9 10 ii 12 13 14 15
t6 17 189 o20 21 22
23 24 25 26 2-b 2 9 2Q
30 I
DECEMBER,
2123 4 5 6
-S 9 10 i 12 13
14 15 16 1- iS 19 20o
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
:S 29 30 31 -






Astronomical Calculations.

ECLIPSES.
In the eir It5 4 there "il be 6fi.- Eclip-es; thrce .f li ell
San, and ito ot the Moon, as [olloa:
I A PARTIAL LCLIPCI OF "THE SU1N, hlrdcl Jo, \lsible
in Northern Europe c-nlv
1[ A TOTAL ECLIaeS OC THr MooC, Aprd to, 'i tble
in the Uniltd States.
Ill. A PARTIAL ECLIPSB OF THE SUN, April 25, vilble
in South Amenca onlr
IV. A TOTAL ECLiUr OF THE MOON, October 4,vi-ible
in the United State.
V. A PARTIAL ECLrFSaor THE SuvN, October to, in.ible
on the Pacific coat ot the Unricd SItale. .

MORNING AND EVENING STARS.
MancuiRv-Morning, from Jan. 2 to March 30, May [r to
July it, Sept 19 to Nov. 4, Eiening, until Jan o:, from
March to to May 17, July II to Sept. o, and aller Nov 4.
VaEl-'-Morning, after July ii; Evening, until July 1
MARS-Morning, not this year; Evening, the entire year.
JUPITER-Morning, from Aug to Nov. 26; Evening, until
Aug ;, and alter Nov 26.
SArURN-Morning, rom June 3 to Sept. 16; Etening, unnl
June 3, and after Sept t6.
URANUS-Morning, from Sept 2o to Dec. 24. Evening, unrd
Sept. io, and aher Dec. 24
NEPTruNB-Morrming, tom May to to Aug. 14; Evening,
until May to, and aiter Aug. 14.

THE SEASONS. ( l/luahrgron Mean Time )
D H M D. H. M.
Winter bepns j883, Dec. ai to 44 eve, and lai-e I! o so
Spring tS4, Meh 19 II 34 20 14
Summer '* iSH4, June o ? 4S 93 14 22
Autumn tSS4, Sept 2.2 o to morn, 59 i8 ;2
inler i4, Dec. Zi 4 9 1Trop y'r, 305 55

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.
Domrnical Letter-, F E Roman Indiceion,- .1
Epact (Moon's age Jan. i', 3 Jeisb Lunar Cycle,, ., 3
Lunar Ccle (Golden No), 4 Dionysian Pernod,- 7 '3
Solar Cycle, . Julian Period, '. 697

MOVABLE FEASTS'. ''
Septuage-ma Sun., Feb to Easter Sunday, April 13
Sexageinma Feb. I- Low April 2o0
Quinquageuima" Feb. 24 Rogation L May IS
Ash Wedne-dajy, Feb --- Accet4ion Day,. May 22
Qsadragesima un Mch ? Whii.St.n IPintccost)June
Mid-Lent Sunday, Mch. r6 Trinity Sur.dai June 8
Palm Sunday, April 6 Corpus Chri-n, June 12
Good Friday, April I Advent Sunday, ov. 30

EMBER DAYS.
March 5, 7, and 8; June 4,6, and 7; Sept. 17, 19, and 2o
Dec. 17, 19, and 0o.






Herschel Weather Table.
PROAillLITIr BASED ON CHANi.B OF THE hloON.
CHArCtE iETaCEN IN IN StIBR ItN WINTER
Sand 2 A N Fair Fru: tsiner- S. 1%
S 4 Cold, wlith sll,,Aer Sno., and stormy
4 Rai R.arn.
SWind aid rain Stormy
S" o Clian.gablr' Ruan,\'.-Snoui, E
0o i? Noon Freqliient i:hcterc. Ccld,-higlh wind.
i' P.I., \'ev rainy. Snuw or rain
SChaiicc :bl Fair and mild
4 F Fair. Fnr.
6 5 Fair, ii rind N W. Far and [roSyi, N.
SI R .n, if S or S "' Rain c.r snorvw, S
o '12 MtidJr.'. lair. Fair and Frorly.
OiBSEF.RbATIONS --I The nearer the Moorn' pIh.aes art iri
midnrplt, lhe:tairer will be the weather lor the nxr t div'
2. The -earer to noon, the more iful or wet weather.
3 H ppeningr diming a oI the afirnmoon hour. r e from
four to tle, ma) be fulloned by lair uenLher, Jbut thi1ei
in :.tly dependento on the rind, .;i is noted in the [able


Value of Foreign Coins.
U. S. MINT ASSAYS.


L, r.L[+ 6 .;i,'rila
Aigienline Republic-- ,. .. i
Pct, fue.te, . i on
Au tri3-DIcal, G 2 ij 3
f lonri. c o 40 -
k1I Dollar, s . i o z
hicliliT-Franc,i. ac o 19 3
Bocor:i-Pc-o, C. .3 q ri
Bori'v--Bolviano, s o 42 j
Doubloon,G . r5 5So
Brazil--Mldrs, c o 541
D:,ble Mtire-1, n a a 4
Central Anenc.i--
Ebcudo, G . t S
Dollar, c. 9
s o 5i
Four Reala,G .o +S 6
Chili-Pco, c o 91 2
Dollr, s . o cr 2
Chan--Copper cash, o oa
Ci b-Peao,G . o 32
Denmirk-Crown, G o 26 8
RieballnkDaler, s o 54 2
Ecuador-Peso, o 6: 3
Egypt-Pistier. s 4
France-Frinc, G s o It 3
German Empire-
Mark, . . o 2 8
Great Bnaillan-
rovere;rc, ipound),G 4 86 6
Crow-n, i Ir 5
Florin, ; o 45 o
Shilling, oa 22 5
Sixpence.. . o 1 3
Greece-Drichma,aG-s It 3


Hayti--Dollar, c, 95
Hindontan-Rupee, a 45 7
Indi--Rupee, E o 3j o
Irij'-Liri, Ga s r. io ,
.lpacn--Ven, G o 5 8.
firy Sen, s o. 42 8
Libernat-Dollar, c I o
Mevico-Dollar, 5 o a
DoEitloon, r. . 15 s5 3
Netherl'di-Duicat,G 2 :(6 5
Guilder, s 0. 40 5
Nr.rwa!r-Cron, c o a2 S
Specl: Dakr, a I 4S
Peru-Sol, ; .o i 3
Porto Rico-Peao, G o ri:
Portugal-Crown, G s 60 7
MrIlrec-aorooritri-i. S o
Ris:'i-Rouble, s o 65 8
Sandwich Islands-
Dollar, G I 0 0
Spasin-Peiela, c a s o in I
Ten Ecniudj, 5
Plthareen, 5 . o 1 8
Sweden-Crown, G o 26 8
Rukdalcr, s . 271 3
Half Dalar, s a 5a2
SArizerland-
Franc, G & a 0 19 3
Tripoli-Mahbub, s 0 74 3
Tunis-Piaster, s a II $
Turkey-Piaster, G 0 4 4
U. S. of Col.-Pe.o, s o 8 3
Venetuela-
Bolivar, cA 0 19 3






Rates of Postage '
DOMESTIC.
First Class.-Lrtersz and all written matter, sealed or
unsealed, and all other matter sealed or fastened so that it
cannot be easily examined, cents per hail ounce or fracnon
thereof; Postal Cards ifrui'hed by Government, I cent
Second Class.-New paper and Periodicals iisud not
le.i than [ourtimesa year, a cents per lb. or fracLion thereof.
Third Class.-Primed maner by any process except
handwriting or copying-presa (nrot in the nature of a pei 'onal
correspondence), unsealed, including wri ten corrections of
lypograpical errors, and manuscpnlt cop) accompanying
proof-bheet., i ccnr for each Lu ounces or ir3auc- Lthereol.
Fourth Class.--Maijable Merchandise and maner rno
included in tor:goillg classes, unsealed, i cent per ounce or
Traction thereof. Lunit of ltchi, four pounds, ecept ior a
aiiile book, which may neigh ignore
Permassable Writing on ihlrd or ifouriIi class matter -
Date anid nameI of render and addre-_ee or priritedcirculars;
ihe .uid tronm with name and address of gender, and
laineC: Ird nitubter of articlei, on wrapper.; identification
min.ks or aiir ached to pickagc.
Drop-Lerters.-Deliered by carrier, cents, not de-
litered bl carrier, I cent
Reforwarding.-Matter forwarded free to another poa,-
o~ice upon inrnen request ut addlitsee; unclaimed letters
a.tl name alid address ofi ender therer-n returned [tee, but
u.,cla;med packages mut ha.e return poai3ge paid.
Unmailable.-Obicene and frAudulent matter, liquids,
and anything liable it injure the mails or handlers thereof.
FOREIGN.
Dominion of Canada.- Firi-cld ei. matter. eXcep postil
c.-rd., 3 centz per half ounce or fraction tlhel.eic, all other
mailable miller (merchandL-e I. eudcluddi, anrre rates and
condjitions i. domjc.ic postage ; unsealed s.rnples of mer-
clhindii e(imnut un.t exceed 8 ciz in weight),i. ceint each
Europe and all Postal Union Countries -Letters,
5 centi per fifteen grams (1 or ); postal cards, 2 cents each,
Lon--aled matter uad samples, I cent for each two OtIloces.
REGISTERED MATTER.
F;nt, third, and fourth-class matter, domestic or foicign,
rnmy be registered; name and addres- of seoder must be in-
dorsed ,on envelope or package; eie, to centi, in addition to
r.:gidar postage, for each letter or package.
MONEY-ORDERS.
Postal Note.-I sed for any amount les.- than $5, and
payable lobearFer when duli teceipied; lee, 3 ceat&.
Money-Order.-laued fr-r any amount not exceeding
fioo Rates uoI oter $10, eintrta; ti10 1) 15, to centre;
15 Io $o, I; cents: ]30 to $io. an cenlr; n'o tco 50, 2s
cents: F5,o to t.,o, .30 cit'. Sho to -'0, 35 cents; .70, to
50o, 40 cnis; t S o 10 li, 45 ccii.l






Business Information.
NOTES.
Demand Notes ale p.-yable on prceenrtjlin, silhout
Race, and bear tleal interci iafterh a demand has Leen made,
[f not so written. -An endlorter on 3 demand note is holder,
only for a limuned umt, earFable in different States.
A Negotiable Note miut be made payable either to
bherer or order; if to order, miLSt be properly endorsed by
the pecnrn to whose murder i ii made. II tire endorser wishes
to avoid reiporn.iblut,lhe tan endor e without recoutre."
A Joint and Several Note ij one signed by rwo or
more per.ons, who each become liable for llte whole amount
Three dayi' gmce aut alli.'ed (io ill IIme noies, afler Ibe
line tor payment eXpires, if nor then paid, the endorser, if
anll, should be legill' ntonried, to be holden.
for valuee received" ir usual, in erted in a note, and
shouldd be, but is not 3abiluILlcy nece iir, ie 1 it is presumed
Ly the law or tsujplid b. proot
Note- iallicg due Sunda\, nr on a lecal lih.lday, must be
prid Th.: day previous' Note: dated Sunday ire woid
Alteringr nuia e -l any imanne.- r, by the holder, make, it rold
Note, i gien by minijro ir e ,:.id
Tl- minker of a note thii ;i luit or t alen is liot relicaed
lic-i pt.l. yni ir, ithe inoiiitil aiindl cr.,n- deral on can be proven
Ii a note II rrnarinerrid i ecurity, or cren ai payment ol
i Ipre .ui.rii debt. the debt revive' if [he notebe dishonored
Notr- obtlined be fraud, or gven by intoxicated perior-,
...usni, b: collected
Ar. enlciorer lia. i n-gh t ii acmion againit all whose nime,
\ore .nil.:.rin d ptre ir.i- to hi-
.nr, endor-emenit ll, be .sr-ilen on the face or back
'I~~eilnir idn ma-le -.il h Ilead-p ciJcll ire gOu d in law.
BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
A Bill of Exchange or Draft is a,, older drawn by
nI pcrusn or rinn iproi r. anlher. payable icher at sight or
it i stated iutlu e iui.n
It becomes an "Acceptance i hen tLe party pon
*alum it i. drawn -rielt acro thlle [Ice Accepted," and
s.cns hi nane thereto, n;id niegoalible :aid bankibIl the
-ame at a note, and is subjecr toi te .a;ime la.ui
Ifi mary States both Sight and 1 line Drifti are emiiled
I.- three davy racee, he 'ame .fa- notl:, bil iI made in iorm
of a bink checL, "payt I .r.ithoeu thle ',ord at sighi,"
it i; payable on pre'ensritjn, -.1-nhLou grace.

EQUATION OF PAYMENTS
Mi..lyiulv each debt by the tune in uhichr it i- payable, and
d.ride lhe seum of he prodicti by the inem coi lhe debrs.

ONE DOLLAR LOANED 100 YEARS
-t comp iiiid interest, would amount t:. the following sums.
Iper cent -" ., i a per cein 841,675.o
3 I .. 25 i1 6 ,t4,405 00
a 0o.oo IS 15,145,ao; no
10 13,eo9o00 2,4 .5.5l,7fO,404.0m






Interest' Calculations.
Rule.-M-ulipl tie principal] by as many cune-lhiinredths
as Lhbre are days, and then divide ar IcIlluos:
Percent., 4 5 6 7 8 10 LZ
Divide b,) 9o 7-2 o 52 45 40 36 30
Examples.-Interert on 5ioo for go da at 5 p-r cenL:
ic, x .cj, = 9 co, d~ided by 72 = i 5 11 dollar and 25 cenu):
on for 30 Ldav a 6 per cen I .3o = .30o, divided by
60 = .05 (5 mill-)

Table.-Showing the number of da,' from any date in
one month Io the same date in any other momtb.


-c --. - i

January 36 31 q59 9 120 5 181 21i 243 273 304 133
February 334 365 25 sq9 h 120 150 22 .122 273 3,0.3
March 30, 337 305 31 61 92 22 153 181 214 24;
April 2,-5 i06 331 365 o 61 91 122 153 183 214 244
M.y 24 t, 2 ?" 304 335 365 3i 6E -)2 .' 3 1;3 184 2i4
lune :- 245 274 304 334 3 s5 30 E',I2 12 3 i 15 3
1 ~3 a 21 92 i13 1S3
.\jul\ .i 2:5 3J 2373 104 3i5 365 3i 02 92 123 1i3
Aagu1r i 184 212 2443 2.3 '0ol 334 3i6 31 61 ,: 1:22
September i2 153 i :: 242; ''I 03 14 i(5 30 O'i 91
Oct:--ber q2 3 l i i 1 .' :.:.: 243 3 504 33 65 1si i
Ni..vember 61 *9- :o 15 1i 212 2u2 -13 304 154 36c5 io
Drceniber i1 6 u i21 Il i.'2i2 213 24 304 .35 6.5
Example.-Ho i mnny day- from May q to Ocinber 5'
Look for Ma at the left hand and October at lhe top; in ite
angle iaj i3 In leap-ye.ar idd one day it I eb. i: included.

Income on Investments.-Par salue $ioo.
coar. per ci. 6 per ct per c. 5 per ct io per cl
$jo50.0c Sio 1OO 200 14 >.. ib 0Sio .o.0j
F'o( S i x, o i 1i r. 6 13.33 16.66
-000 7.14 S'7 10 C0 11.42 14 72
-5 co 6 6 t 6.oo 9 3 lo 66 '3.35
So co 6 5 :5-o 85 o100 o 1 5
5 oo 5.88 7.05 S 2 941 t.,6
go.oo 5-55 666 77 8.88 11.
)5 oa 5 ,6 6.3 36 84. i 0o.5
o x-30 5 x. .W 7.00 8ood. 1 .oo
I05ro 4.:6 5 7 6.66 "761 6 9 5
1 1oo 45 4 5 15 636 7.27 Q 09
115s.0 4 34 5 21 6.os 65' 8.69
| ,o >j 4 th s t-. 5 S3 66 S.33

Table.-Sliowmig rie time in wh'ch a s-im will dotible
itself at the following rate; of interest,
RATe. SIMPLE r1TTIREST. COMPOILIND INTHERE
2 percent 5o ear-s 35 years i dr .
3" 3 yeari 4 mouths 23 years 1(4 das.
4 25 Vs .. 7 years 246 da)r.
5 a years. ." 4 years- -5 days.
6- 4.6 years 8 months i t years j2- days
8 2 y ears 6 mcnts years 2 dan.
1 o years . I years Too dayr






Weights and. Measures.

Measures of Weight.-AvoIRDUPOIS: 16 drams equal
a ounce; 16 ounces I pound; it. pounds I hundred weight;
20 hundred-weight i ion. Tr.o: 24 grain- equal i penny-
weight; ,o penny-weighL' I ounce; a1 ounce' i pound.
APOT-ECARIR B : 20graD6i equal i scruple; 3 scruples a dram;
8 drams I ounce; 12 ounces I pound.
Surface or Square Measure.--44 square mchesequal
I quare loot, 9 Equare feet I squre yard; o30, square yards
I square rod or pole; 4) square ilda i 'quare rood; 4 'quire
roodsi quar cacre (43,56o rt ); 6.uosquare acres I quuacr mle .
Measures of Length.--it feet equal i rod or pole:
4 rod; r furlong; furlong- (4,28o ft.) I mite. 6o ge.ograpldcal
miles i degree Rceas AND CABLES. 6 feel equal i fathom;
IJo Larhomr I cble-length
Solid or Cubic Measure.--i,?1 cubic ,nche equal a
cubic luoI, 2, cubic feet i cubic ) ird, 4o cubic feer of icund
timber i ton; .: cubic feet o-f hewn timber i ton; iO cubic
feet of wood i cord [uot of 1u.:d; S Iel tlr a12 cubic feel i
cord; i perch c.f stone equal 10 -4 75 .ubic ieel.
Dry Measure.-8 qiart- equ'b r peck, 4 peckI i binel.
8 bushel' I quarter; 36 bu-he;l I chaldron.
Liquid Measure.-c. drop' equal I ti:p.-:.nful, 4 teI
spoonful' i tablcipooniul ; I Iblpo ne ixthc gill, 4
glJJ i pint, r pint: I quan; 4 qurts i gallon. ? gallon I
pck,. 9 gallon; i rkiar; ;6 gallons barrel; 54 gallons I
hogshe d (ale measure).
Measures of Capacity.-DRYv 150 42 cubic ;nche.
equal i Unired States or \Winchesteri bu hel, the dimensi.ii'
ot whai are iSj in. dcame:tr inside, 19h in outside, aud
S n. deep, 2,747.;o cubic inchei a heaped baehel, the cone
of wh.ch mu-r be not Ie-, han 6 ,nchcz high Li[uin s: 2i
cubic irnli s equal I Uneite StaLe standard gallon; :6z cubic
inches i Ale gallon; itI Li. S galloii barrel, 42 gallonO
i nerce, 6 gallons i hogshead; 54 gilliouis puncheon:; i26
gallon. i pipe; 252 gallon i Tun.
Comparative Weights and Measures.-i GALLON,
U. S *i.lndird. conitinm. ditrtlled water 5 31iS9 3iordupoi-
poinLn., ale .IJo0, perm oil 7 5. lin ed c7l;. -', proof *pinri
" 41:5 -p, niAolf lurpentine : ;.'i:, I CUBIC FooT conlian-
brci. :2i4 pounds, clay 23c., ;and or lo-se eirih 95, common
:oil 14, cork is, marble i-i, gianie b65, cast-iron 450 55,
wrought-irou qS.h 65, copper q5;, Icad o8 -l, brass 534 75,
lin 4'3, 'sliiie pir- 29 56, elm 34 o, Eoclihsl oak 6004, -ea
.ater 64 or, frehi water L-2.o;, air o-.;Q,. tleam o3rJy;
I QI..ART co0111tn: sihfed fl.:.r i pound, por.dered rugar
, 43W .granulated sugar I sir. i Bui t.H L CU-iInIls. w' heat,
beans, or poramoe 6o pounds, i-.rn oi. rye ;.., oati 32. bjrley
or buck-sh.Ar. 4, peaa -4, cracked c..rn, comr or ri e meal, o'
any other meal (except oat nmal,l so, onionl 56. .aJto: o
eggs equal i pound; r PINT buaenr equals i pound, I FIRKIN
'a pounds; I EARt.BL contain- i tiotnr iC6 pounrdc, beef or
pork 20ro pounds:. SroNr of lead or iron teigh: 14 pound',
I PiG eight' Yi stone
Standard Weights of U S. Coins, GoLo Double
Eagle I ~o SaI gains; Eagle (.:o) 258, Half Eagle () 1 i?..,
Quarter Eigle (Lz.50o65 ; Three Dollars '7 4, One Dollar
25.8; SILa&ER; One DoUar 4.2.5 grams, Half Dollar 19I.r,,
Quarter Dollar 96 45, Twenry Cents -.: 16, Dime 36 58.






The Metric System.,
Myna means 0,0ooo, Kilo ,0ooo, Hekt 1oo, Decka so,
Deci ., Cent .o, Mill .co. The Meter L the unit.
MEASURES OF LENGTH.
The Meter sL i teri-millionth part of the distance from ihe
equator to the pole. It is equivalent to 3 el,, 3N inches.
Mrarl, D'oniluaialoan Equlvalents Ln
and Vale..I. Denomiunattios n abe.
Myriameier = o,o0o meters =6 3137 mile'
Kilometer i,o0o meters =o 61t37 m or 3,230 It. to in.
Hektometer= joo meters =326 leet and mnch.
Dekameter -= o meters =393.7 inches.
Meter = i meter = 39.37 incle,.
Decimeter = of a meter= 3.937 inches.
Cenrimeter = on of a meter= 0.3037 inch.
Millimeter -.ool of a meter= o.0394 inch.
MEASURES OF SURFACE.
The Are is equal to a square whose side is so meters, and
1s ion square meters.
Hectare = joooo square meters = 2,47. acres.
Are = i,ooo square meters = 119.6 square yards
Cenure = L square meter = 1,550 square Inches.

MEASURES OF CAPACITY.
The liter is the capacity of a cube a hose edce is a decimeter.
Names. .hNo Li.ers. CutLO Mp'sure. Dry Shasure Wise Ate.surE
Kilol;ter =,ooo=1 meter =1,308Lc. yds.=a64.r7 galls.
Hectoliter= ioo=. meter =2 bu.3.35pks.=-6.4i7 galls.
Decolitr = to=otdecnim. =r9oSquars =2.617gall.
Litlr = i= decim. =o.90S quart =i.o,67qts.
Deciliter = .i=.i decim. =6 aton cd. In. =o 845 L
Centiliter = ol=ocetrim.=o6 fl2 cu in. =0o33t doz.
Milliliter =- crt = cenutun. =o 061 cubic in. =o.; fl'd dr.
WEIGHTS.
The gram is the weight of a cabic centimeter of water.
Wcighr ofwat In
Name. No Grau QU.aintit of Wrier ." lrdrI'
at mtnaxmum derity. eitLLt.
Miller or lonneau=2,ooo,o00= i cub;c meter =2204.6 lbI.
Quintal = ioo,coo= i hectoliter =-30.46 tbs.
MIyriaTam = o,ooo= so liters =22.046 Ilb4.
Kilogram or kilo ,00oo0= I liter =2.2046 bs.
Heciogran = too= j deciliter =3.524 Vz
Dekagram = io= iocubiccenrun =o 3527 oz.
Gram = = r cubiccenrim-.= i5 432 gir.
Decigram = .= cb;c cenrtim.= r 5132 .grs.
Centigram = .os=tocubicmillim.=o 1543 gr.
Milligram = ,ot= i cubicmillim.=0o.054 gr.


Comparative Values.
s,oi6,o4q grams non. 954 liters = run. (8 bbl.)
88,94 = bbl. flour. 8.8 = peck.(U.S.)
,39.8 .i quarter. i tot. =I qt. dry
907.19 = a pounds. o.,46 "= I. liq. "
113.39B" = M pound. 0.1183 = ill.






Population of the United States.


.-STATES. -
i New York, 5, r0,])3
2 Pcnnsylvaia, 4,282,71S
3 Ohio,. 3,197,794
4 UlinliO, 3,078,636
5 Mi sOuri, 2,19,091
6 Indiana, "'T ,>35'
7 MaSSchusetna, i,73j,o06
8 Kentucky,. .,648,.:a,
9 Michigan, ,634c
10 Iowa, .1,624,163
il Texas, 1.,597,50
i2 Tennesce, 1,542,4~ 3
13 Georia, 1,538,93
4 \'irginia, ,512,2lo
15 North C~rohnalFi,4o-aaou
16 Wi-consin,, -,15,386
17 Alabama, .i,262,34
8- Missisppi, .. j, ,8q9-,
q1 New JerJey. ,l30o,892
'2 Scruth ICrolin, 995,Z~0
2s Kansas, 995,31J '
22 Lvui ,aoa, 9. l,3
23 MaNhland, 935,139
24 Caliorra a, 8. (.I,626
gs Arkansas, . 802,504
26 Mnunesota, 760,607
27 Mline, . 68,95
PRINCIPAL
I New 'ork N.Y., .,?o6, 9qo
SPhiladelphia, Pa., 846,,j84
3 Brooklyn,; V., 566,689
4 Chicago, III 503.30
5 Bro.lon, Mass., 362,535
6 St. Loui, Mo 350,522
7 Baltmore, Md., 332,100
A Cinc;nnari. . 255,7o0
9S Francsco, il., 223,r56
jo NewOrlean, La., 26,140
In Cleveland, 0.,. 160,142
i2 Pichburg, Pa., 156,391
'3 Euflalo,N. \'., 155,337
14 Walh'gron, D C., 147,307
'5 NenrK,-N J., 136,400
16 Louisville, Kv.,. 123,645
17 Jere vCity. N J., o20.,72
r8 Derroig, M,eh., 116,3.12
19 Miliaukee, \is., 1165,53
20 Providence. R. I.,- 1- 350
21 Albany, N V., qo,ro93
22 Rochester, N. V., 8,,613.
2a Allegheny, Pa, 78,681
24 Indiana 7; ,o7p4
5a Richmond, Va 63,833
26 New fHaveh Coim. n688?g
2, Lowell, Mas., ,i'
23 Worcester, Mass,; 1,i
29 Troy, N.V.. 56,4,'4
30 Kansas CityFl o., 55,813


28 Connecticut, 672,683
i2 West Virginia,- 018,193
3.. Nebraska, 452,432
31 "Nes Haripih;re, 347,731
32 'eroon, '. n '2,2-S6
33 Rhode Island,'. 276,'528
:54 Florida, . 66,56b
35 Colorado, *. '194,649
6 Oregon,. 174,767
3- Delaware, 146,654
33 Nevada, . 6z,65
Total, .- 49,369,965
TERRITORIES.
SDir. oi Columbia, 17,6c8
a Ulh, . 14i,'Io
3 Dkota, .. . 14,502
4 New MeLico, S13,430
SWi hinglon, 5,120
6 Arizona, 40,41
SMoniana, : 3a,157
S Idaho, ; .- 3,61r
9 Wyoming, .- 0o,73
10 Alaaika, _-
Total, . 72,594
Total U.S., . 5o13,.554
L CITIES.
3r Cambridge, Masi, 5?,7.10
32 Syracue, N. \'. 5:,;91
33 Columbus,O., 51,665
34 PlersonN.J, 5 o,587
35 Toldo, ., 50,143
36 Charleston, S. C., 49,999
37 Fall River Mass., 49 ob6
38 Minneapolis, Minn. 46,S8
3Y Scramnon, Pa., 45,S'.
4o Niahville, Tenn., 43,461
41 Reading Pa., 43,280
42 Hartford, Conn., 42,553
43 Wilminton, Del., 42,499
44 Camden, N. J., 41,605
45 St. Paul, Minn 41,493
46 L-Trencec Mass., 39,i78
4: Daylor., U., . ,6. :
4.3 Lynn, Mass., . 38,294
40 Denver, Col., 35,630
so Oaklaffd, Cal., 34,556
51 Ailahr. Ga.,. 34,395
61-Utica,N,.Y., 33,913
5 Portlard; vie 33.61o
*4-.Mamph[,a Tenn., 33.F93
55 Springfield, Mass., ",a.4o
"6 Manc leter, V' ..; 32,630
s5 StA Joseph. Mu, 32,q34
5S Gr'd Rapid, BMch., 3,o015
5q Wheeling, \. Va., 31,266
60 Mobile, Ala ,. 3,205


__ __ I_ _____ __ _ _~_ ~_______ _~ __






:Distance From New York. -


M RLES
Albany. N.. .. . 14
Altoona, Pa .
Antwerp, Belgium, 3.'?2:
Augusta, Ga 930
Aluguta, Me..... 402
Baltimore, Md ; e6
Bangor, Me 477
Belloa% Falls, VI :22
Boiton, MNass, . 2
Bremen, Crmany, 3oo
Brdgepor, Cunn 59
BuffIlo, N, . 423
Burlington V, *. .c6
Cadiz, Span, 3,`o
Cairo, II., . .1,143
Calcutta, India,. .. 12,500
Canton. Cllnsa, . r4,09
Cape Hon., S A ,cco
Cape Race, N F., ,cao
Cape To.n, .nric, 6,,loo
Cbirleston, S. C., 82
Chicago, Ill., . 8&8
Chillicothe, 0., 6;4
CLncininIri, O., . ..44
Cleveland. O., 5
Columbus. O.... 6-:4
Concord, N. H., 270
Council Blufis, Io a. 1,q1
Daveuport, iovw3,.. I,o:
Dayton, 0., 4
Dcc irur, il ., :,95
Denver Cil, 2,ao2
Detro;t, Mich . 664
Dover, N. H., . 2a
Dubuque, low-., . ,o6
Dunkirk, N. .. 56g1
Elmir, N. Y.; . 4
Fernandina, Fla . S
Fon-du.lac, Wi . i
Fort Benron, Mont., 2,87o
Fort Kearney, Neb., 1,5i1
Fort Laramie, Wyo., ,953
Fort Wayne, Ind ,. 6
Galvealn, Texas, . 57
Geneva, Switzerland, 4,065
Greenland, ... i,,8o
Halfax, N. S., 557
Hariiburg, Penn 183
Harrford.Coun, . 112
Havana. Ctbaj 1,170
Harre, France. 3,090
Hong Kong, China, 4,o015
Honolulu, S. 1.3,50
Hudson, N Y, 16
Indianapolis JInd., bl8
Ithaca, N. ., 262
Jackson, Miss ,. 1,307
oliet, Ill . . 950
ey "West, Iowa, ,
La Crosse, is., .. ,24


btt LEF
Laniing, M;ch ;
Leavenwottlh, ks1i 1,303
Lisbon Portugal, 2,94
Little Rock. Ark 1,384
Liverpool, Eng., 3,017
London. Eg., 3,143
Louisville, Ky., 852
Macon, Ca., 1,471
Melbourne, A.iinrlib, 22,::o
Memphis, Teni, i,?r
Milwaukee, Wi., .,coo
Mobile, Ala., . i. ,
Monlgomerv, Ala., 1.23o
Montreal, Can., .
Naple', Italv, 4,200
Nashbile, Tenn., I,o3
New Bediord, Mass., 23
New London, Conn., a26
New Orleans, La. ,43
Newport, R. I.; . 62
Niagara Falls, N. \',, 44.
Ogdeniburgh, N. Y.,. 396
Omaha, Ne 1,38s
Panama, U. S. of Col., a,066
Philadelphia, Penn., 88
Pittsburgh, Penn., 444
Portland, Me 340
Providence, R. I.,. i58
Quebec, Canada, 56,
Quincy, I11. t 1,
Richmond, Va., .35
Rio Janeiro, Brazil, .4,-33
Rochester, N. V., 373
Rock Island, 111, ,o95
Sacramento, Cal., 3,082
Salt Like City, Utah,. 2,46.
San Vrancisco, Cal., .3,o
Santa Fd, New Mexico, 2,o37
Saraioga, N. V., . 2
Scranlon, Penn., 49
Sioux City, lowa, 1141
SL loseJ5h, IMo ; I,
St. Louje, Mo . 7
St. Paul, Minn., 1,347
St. Petersburg, Rnuia, 4,679
Slhnghai,China, 14,500
Spn field, 111 ,033
Stocolm, Sweden, 4,272
Sydney, AuEtraia,. 12,910
Syracuse, N. . 292
Tuledo, 0, .. 693
Toronto, Cnada, 528
Valparai-o, CLli, . 8,720
Venice, Italy, . 4,950
Vera Cruz. Mexico, ,965
Vicksburg. Miss . 1,352
Washington, D C., 6
Wheeling, ,. Va.. 496
White Mountauin, N. H., 323
Worcester, Mass., . 192






Time referred to in Calendars.

To learn evacL dine of MIoc-r's Phase for following claes,
refer to New York rime given mt Calendar, and for citie East
of New York ADD difference of time here given; for ciues
West of New York suaTRAcr difference oi time here given
For places not given here, reckon rime trom nearest city.
The rime Sun and Moon rise.; and acLs, given in calendars,
also applies to the Jollowing cities.
I DIFFERENCE OF TIME
BETWEEN NEW YORK CITY AND THE FOLLOWING CITlEs
Cities Es:t of New York, FASrER, Wter, SLOWER
H. M H. bl
Albany, N. Y . Janesville, \i., .
Annlpolis, Md., o Jo jefterson City, Mo., i 3
Baltimore, Md., . o Loaihvile, K . o 46
Boston, MIrs., . o r Milwaukee,Wi .,. o g6
Bndgeport, Conn., 4 New Haven, Conn., 4
Buffalo, N Y., .. o o Newport, R I., o II
Cairo, III ... 58 Omahi City, Neb i
Chicaco, IU. .. 541 Ph.ladelphia, Penu o
Cn Cirinrali, 6. Pilrburg, Pen.,. o24
ClevlcUd, 0 . o 1 Providence, R. I o
Columbus, O, o 6 Qutcy, Ill. 1 I
Denver, Colorado, 5 Kichmord, Va 4
Des Moines. Iowa, 24 Scramenio, Cal ,. 3 o
Detroit, Mih., .. o 36 Salt LakeCity, Utah, 3
Doer, Del., C. 6 Saan.Francico, Cal, 3 1
Frankiri, y., . 44 Spnngtield, III ,
Fort Keainey, Neb r4 Spnogheld Mai., o
Fort Wavne d o .15 St. Louis, Mo., 5
Frederickburg, Va, 14 Trenton, N J., 4
S Harribburg Penn o i Vincenne, Ind 7
S Hartfrd. Conn., 6 Washingion, D C,. o iz
Indianapolis, Ind., o 45 AWheeling. Va. 0 27
Iowa City, Iowa, o 51, Wilmingt.:n, Del.,. o


TO LEARN TIME OF HIGH TIDE
In folluoaing places, refer to New York time given in Calendar
and aid or subtract die time here given, as follows:
ADD. H. M. SUBTRACT H. A.
S Bosit:, MIE s, ..3 New Bedford, Ma.s o 16
Portland, Me, .3 i Newort. R.I.. io 2
Ponrtsmouth, N H., 3 1.3 Point Judith, R .I. o 41
Nantucket, MaN. 4 II Sandy Hook, N.J.,. o 4
Holmes Hole, Ma!., 3 o3 Philadelphil, Penn ,. 6 55
Waich Hill, RI 6 Arnnapoi;L, Md, 3 31
New London. Conn, I 15 Balimore, Md 40
S New Haven, Conn.,. 3 Richmond, Va. . 4
Bridgeport, Conn., z 5 Hatteras Inle. N C 9
S Throg's Neck, N V., 3 ? Beaufort, N. C. . o 4
Cape May dg ,N J., a 6 Clarletion. S. C., 47
St. Aucuirine, FIa o S Fort Pulaiki, Ga., o 53
Key Wet. Fla., 9 Savannah, Ga., o
The time from one high nde to another is about 1s hours
and 30 minute;: added to mnornine time gives evening tide
Ssa.gp iy; added to evening time gives morning tide next day.
7.w-....-













-* JANUARY, 1884. $-
.Moon's Phases.-Time explained on opposite page.
FIRSTQUAR. FULL MOON. LAST QUAR NEW MOON.
D. H. M. D H. H M D H M D. H. MI
5 4 391. Io 31M. :0 27M. 28 o o5M.
Sun and Moon Rises'and Sets.-Approximate Time
for all places between the 38th and 42d Parallels of Latitude.
DAY DAY LY SUN SUN MOON HIGH TIDE.
OP or oP RISES SETS. S. &R. BOSTON. NEW YOR
YEAR MI. WEEK. H. M H. M. H. P. H.. M H. M.
i Tue. 7 25 4 43 8 20 12 10 36

3 3 Thu. 7 25 4 45 10 27 2 38 m"'"
4 4 Fri. 25 4 46 11 323 24 9
5 5 Sat. 7 5 4 47 mor 4 14 o 59
6 6 SUN. 7 25 4 4 o 38 5 s1o 6 2
7 7 Mon. 7 24 4 49 I 45 6 12 2 58
6 8 Tue. 7 24 4 50 2 52 7 20 4 5
9 9 Wed. 7 24 4 5 3 59 8 23 5 3
Sio Thu. 7 24 4 5 5 3 9 31 617
ii Ii Fri. 24 4 53 6 o o 29 7 15
12 12 Sat. 7 4 4 54 rises II 21 8 4
13 13 SuN. 7 23 4 55 633 eve o1 8-55
14 14 Mon. 7 23 4 56 7 3" 0 54 9 4
15 15 Tue. 7 23 4 57 8 3 r 38 10 23
16 16 Wed. 24 58 9 38 2 l 112
17 1- Thu. 7 22 4 59 1036 3 o 11 45
18 18 Fri. 7 21 5 o 11 33 3 43 e1e29
19 19 Sat. 7 20 5 2 morn 4 29 1-16
20 20 SUN. 7 20 5 3 o 30 5 I 4
21 21 Mon. 7 19 5 4 I 26 6 t 2 57
22 22 Tue. 7 19 5 '2 9 7 7 3 52
23 23 Wed. 7 5 6 3 14 83 4 48
24 24 Thu. 7 17 5 8 4 06 9 o 5 45
2525 Fri. 7 17 5 9 4 5 9 5' 6 37
226 Sat. 7 16 5 o 5 41 1o 39 7 24
27 27 SN. 7 15 5 I 6 24 II 23 -8 5
23 28 Mrn. 7 14 5 13 set morn 852
29 29 Tue. 7 13 5 14 7 13 o 7 9 34
3o 30 Wed. 7 12 5 15 8 18 o 48 10 17
31 3r Thu. 7r 5 16 9 25 1 32 10 59














--* FEBRUARY,' 1884. --
Moon's Pbases.--Tme on page preceding Jan. calendar
FIRST QUAR. FULL MOON. LAST QUAR. NEW MOON.
D. H ,M. D H M. D H. M. D. H N.
4 -1 1 r. 10 II 52E. iS to 16E. 26 1 391.
Sun and Moon Rises and Sets.-Approximare Time
fnr ,ll nlanes b~.rtw' n Ihp i, h andI rl P.arllsplr nf aT irtude.


DAY DAY DAY-
OF OF OF
VEAR MO. WEEK.
32 I Fri.
33 2 Sat.
34 3 SUN.
35 4 Mon.
30 5 Tue.
3- 6 Wed.
3S 7 Thu.
39 8 Fri.
40 9 Sat.
-41 10 SUN.
42 lt Mon.
43 12 Tue.
44 13 .Wed.
45 14 Thu.
40 1I Fri.
47 I6 Sat.
48 17 SUN.
49 i8 Mon.
50o 9 Tue.
51 zo Wed.
52 21 Thu.
53 22 Fri.
54 23 Sat.
55 24 SUN.
56 25 Mon.
57 26 Tue.
58 27 Wed.
59 28 Thu.
S29 Fri.


SUN SUN
RISES SETS.
H H. M
7 11 5 '7
7 1 5 8S
7 8 5 20
7 7 521
S6 5 22
7 4 5 23
S3 5 24
? ? 5 26
7 1 5 27
6 59 5 2S
6 58 5 30
6 57 .5 3'
6 56 5 32
6 5-1 5 33
6 53 5 34
6 52 5 36
6 5' 5 37
6 49 5 38
6 47 5 39
6 46 5 41
6 44 5 42
6 43 5 43
o 42 5 44
6 40o 5 45
6 39 5 46
6 37 5 47
6 36 5 48
6 35 5 49
6 34 5 50
.... I....


MOON HIGH TIDE.
.& R. BOSTON. NEWYORI
H M H. lM J M.
10 31 2 17 11i47
11 -38 3 2 zorn
wmrn 3 53 0 39
o 44 4 52 1 39
I 52 5 55 2 4'
2 52 7 5 3 50
3 51 8 14 4 58
4 45 -9.15 5 43
5 32 10 '3 6 59
rises II 3 7 46
6 221 11 46, 8 29
S24 eez?26 9 !3
S21 1i 7 9 53
9 20 r. 46 1o 30
10 i8 25 11 8
.1 14 3 6 11 5
m-or 3 49 F'e '35
o 10 4 33 1 35
1 2 5 31 2 1
S5s5 6,28 3 14
2 46 7 27 4 12
3 31 8.27 5 I1
4 IS1 9 zo 6 6
4 5S to 1I 6 57
5 37 1059 42
se*' ii 43 8 25
7 9 morn' 9 11
8 i-' 0 24 9 56
9 26 r 1o sJ 38
i. * *


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S A MARCHi 1"884. 4-
: loon's-'Phases..-Time.on page.preceding Jani calendar.
FIRST QUAR. FULL MOON; I LAST QUAR. NEW MOON.1
D. 1. M. D. H. M D. HH. D M
4 E -U_2._44E.. 1A9_._ C.? 27 *01.
Sun.aind Moon Rises and Sets.-Approx;rmte l'Timi
L. arall places between Ihel3Sth and _d_Parillels of LaTinide.
A7Y AVflA' DAY SUN ISUN I MOON HIGH TIDE.
OP' or OF RISES SETS. S.&R. BOSiON. NEW VYOl
EA MO. M0WI. H. l. MI MI1 H.. M.. H I M. H ~.
61 'I ISat. 6 345 551 1 o 34 6 I1 2
6i 2 ISuN. '6 33 5 52 t 41 2 46 mrn
63 3 Mon. 6 31 5 53 morn 3 38 024
641 4 Tue. 6 29 5 54 0 46 4 38 1 25
65 s Wed. 6 2 5 55 1 46 5 46 1 32
S66 6 Thu. 6 I 5 5 6 2 401 6 55 3 40
6, Fri. 6 25 1 558 3 9 59 4 44
6S 8 Sat. 6 24 3 5 4 94 5 45
69 9 SUN. 6 22 6 4 51 9 51 6 3
70o o lon 6 mo 6 i 5 261 o J8 7 23
71 11 Tue. 6 18 6 2 rues I 1I 8 i
2 12 Wed. 6 17 6 3 3 1 57 8 42
73 13 Thu. 6 156 4 A 6 'e 34 9 20
''4 14 Fri. 6 416 9 '3 9 59
75 15 Sal. 6 12, 6 6 0 i 53 o1 37
76 16 Sun. 6 io 6 10 3 2 33 1 25
77 17 Mon. 6 9 6 t 46 3-16 ee
78 iS Tue. 6 7 6 9 moit -4 -2 0o 49
" 9 1' Wed. 6 5 6 1o 0 36 4 54 1 41
So 20 Thu 6 4 6 11 1 24 5 51 2 37
SI 21 Fri 6 2 6 13 2 8 6 49 3 35
82 22 Sat. 6 o 6 14 2 51 7 51 4 36
83 23 SUN. 5 59 6 15 3 30 8 48 5 33
84 24 Mon. 557 6 i6 4 S 40 6 26
S25 Tue- 5 55 6 17 4 45 1 30 7 5
87 27 Thu. 3 52 6 I9 sets mornU 8 47
8 z28 Fn. 5 50 6 20 8S -o' 2 9 35
89 29 Sat. 5 49 6 21 9 2 o 49 10 25
90 30 SUN. 5 47 6 22 10 36 1 40 5
91 131 Mon. -5 4516 23 38 2 32 morn














-" APRIL, 1884. *<-
Moon's Phases.-Time on page preceding Jan. cal,.dar.
FIRST QUAR. FULL MOON. LAST QUAR. NEW MOON.
D. H M. D H. M. D H. SM. D. B M.
2 4 21E. 10 6 48M. lS o1 581M. 25 TO M.
Sun and Moon Rises and Sets.-Approximati Time
lor all places between the 38ih and .4d Parallels ol Latitude.


DAY DAY DAY
or OFP OF
YBAR MO WEEK'.
92 I Tue.
93 2 Wed.
94 3 Tlu.
95 4 Fri.
96 5 Sat.
97 6 SUN.
93 7 Mon.
99 8 Tue.
ito 9 \Wed.
101 ro Thu.
10o2 Fri.
103 12 Sat.
104 13 SUN.
10o 14 Mon.
io6 1g Tue.
o107 b Wed.
108 17 Thu.
109 I8 Fri.
11o 19 Sat.
III 20 SUN.
11 21: Mon.
113 22 Tue.
114 23 Wed.
li 24 Thu.
116 25 Fri.
I '- 26 Sat.
113 27 SUN.
119 :S Mon.
120 29 Tue.
121 30 Wed.


SUN SUN [MOON- HIGH
RISES SETS.'S.& R. BOSTON.
H. M H. H . H. IM. H. HM.
5 44 6 24 mrnt 3 2:
5 42 6 25 o 36 4 2
5 4o 626 1 27 5 31
5 39 6 27 2 12 6 37
.5 3- 6 28 2 52 7 3"
5 3 6 29 3 2S 8 34
5 34 6 ..o 4 o 9 3
5 32 6 31 4 32 o0
5 31 6 32 5 3 10 52
5 9 6 33 rises I1 29
5 23 6 34 7 50 ""' 6
5 266 3 5 8 45 o 44
25 2 36 9 38 1 24
5 23 6 3S 1o 30 2
5 21 6 39 1' '9 2 4
5 20 6 40 morn 3 32
5 8 6 41 o 3 4 2
5 17 6.42 046 15
5 15 6 43 25 613
5 4 6 44 2 3 7 15
5 13 9 4 2 38 8 1
5 12 6 4 3 13 9 8
5 11 6 47 3 5;0 o o
5 8 6 48 4 29 o 54
5 7 6 49 set 11 43
5 5 6 50 8 14 morn
5 4'6 51 9 23 0 32
5 316 52 1o1 25 26
5 6 53 11 21 20
5 o 6 54 morn 3 13
.. . I. .. .. . I ,


TIDE.
NEWV Von
H. M.
O 12
I 13
2 15
3 23
4 23
5 '9
6 a
6 54
7 36
8 22
S 51
9 30
10 10
10 47
II 30
eve 18
I 9
2 1
2 59
4 o
4 56
5 53
46
7 35
8 25
9 19
10 12
1I 2
II 58
morn













->* MAY, 1884i *-1
Moon's Phases.-Tune on page preceding Jan calend-r.
FIRST QUAR. FULL MOON. LAST QUAR. NEW MOON.
2 li f D. II I. D. H. M D H M 1
3 i t 9 I 11E. I? 11 5SE. 24 40 *
Sun and Moon Rises and Sets.-Approximale Time I\
ior all places be-eefrn Ihe "3dLS and 4-d Paallels o Llirtude.
DAY Dv o.DA SUN SUN MOON HIGH TIDE.
OF OF OF RISES SETS. S.& R. BOiIOI, NitW ViP
EA i MO lE8K. H M H. M H M. H. M. H. I.
122 1 Th. 4 58 |6 5 o 4 9 o 56
123 2Fri. 4 s7 6 56 o 51 9 55 .
12 3 *Sat 4 r6 5 5- I o 2 54
I 4 SUN. 4 55 6 'S 2 4 .- 6 3 51
S 26 5 Mon. 4 54 6 39) -' 35 5. 4 44
: 6- 6 Tue. 4 53 7 3 6 535
+ 12S Wed. 52 7 1 1 36 9 36 6
129 1 Iihu. 4 51 7 1 4 'S i 5 19
130 9 Fr. 4 50 7 3 ,;. II o 43
131 10 Sat 49 7 4 7 331 30 8 "
+ 132 [ SUN. 4 4S 7 5 8 2- Cev 9 3
133 12 M,..n. 4 4" 7 6 9 1', o 5, 44
134 13 Tue. 4 41- 7 1io 1 40 0 25
135 14 Wed 14 45 7 8 o10 44 2 21 11 4
136 IS5 IThu. -4 44 7 9 1I 24 3 5 i 50
1 130" Fii. 4 43 Io 1:0 3 52 e738
138 I- Sat. 4 42 7 II 0,o,; 4 42 I 29
S39 I Su. 4 41 7 1? o 35 5 3 2 23
140 19 Mo0. 4 40 7 13 9 6 3. 3 23
141 20 Tue. 4 39 7 14 I 44 7 3" 4 2
142 1 WE.tl. 4 3 7 5 25
143 22 Thu. 4 37 7 16 3 I 9 35 6 21
144 23 Fri 4 31 7 r- 3 44 1o 3' 7 10
t 45 24 Sat. 4 35 7 I 4 35 II 25 8 8
146 25 SUN. 4 34: 9 sets /n 9 4 (
i47 26 Mi. 4 34 2'7 0 9 -I o S 9 5
148 27 Tue. 4 33 -7 21 2 1 2 10 47I
'49 328 ed. 4 33 i, 4S 2 5 1 .;9 .
S50 29 Thu. 4 32 7 22; I 29 2 55 morn
o 3 Fri. 14 3 7 23 "'r 3 4 0 3
1523 1I Sat. ,4 31 7 24 5 39 '26












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DAY iDAY DAV I SUN 1 SUN ,MOON
oF or oF RISES SETS. R. & S.
VEAR "1O. WBBK IH H. M H .1
53 I SUN. 4 31 7 24 so 38
154 2 Mon 4 30 7 25, 9
155 3 Tut. !4 30.1 ?2 I 40
i56 4 Wed. i4 29 7 27 2 11

19 Sat. 4 -81 29, 3 56
160 8 SUN. 4 ?8' 7 29. rses
161 9 Monl. 4 -2 7 3c' 59
162 ro Tue. 4 2S I7 30, 8 44
t63 ii Wed. 4 2S 7 30 9 24
164 1 Thu. 14 2 7 31 10 3
165 13 Fri. 4 28 7 31 10 38
166 14 Sat. 4 2- 7 1 1 1
167 15 SUN. 4 28 7 32 1 145
bS 16 Mon. 4 2 7 32 mon
169 17 Tue. 4 28 7 33 0 19
7o0 i8 Wed. 4 28 J7 33; 56
171 19 Thu. 4 287 34i I 36
1,7 zo Fri. 4 23 7 34 2 :3
173 21 Sa3. 4 29.:7 34 3 12
174 22 SUN. 4 2917 34 4 11
175 23 IMon. 4 29 7 35 Je.J
176 24 Tue. 4 30 7 35 iS 3S
77- 25 Wed. 4 30 7 35 9 -'3
178 26 Thu. 4 30'7 35 1 o 3
179 27 Fri. 4 31 7 35 10 33
ISo 2 Sia- '4 31 7 3511 to
181 9 SUN 14 3 7 35 1" 43
182 3 MAlI. 4 32 35 nmorn"
. .. ... ..... .. .'...I


HIGH TIDE.
BS0ioN. NEW YORi
H M. H. Ii


5 33
b 27
7 21
8 '3
9 2
9 48
10 31
II 14
1 55
-eve 35

2 41
3 25
4 11
q 6
6 4
7 6
8 12
9 '5
0o 15




2 32
3 '7
4 34
4 q4


2 19
3 '3
4 6
4 57
5 49
6 34
7 16
7 56
8 37
9 22
1r I
io 40
II 23

e 0
o 58
1 52
2 50
3 5'
4 56
7 I
7 55
8 49
9 41
10 28

0 2
o 50
1 41


-* JUNE, 1884. *-
Moon's Phases -Time on page orecedmig .ar calendar.
FULL MOON. LAST QUAR. NEW MOON. FIRST QUAR.
D. H. M. D H. M u H M D. H M.
8 2 53E. 1E 9 38M. ?3 0 30 1.0 30 !N
Sun and Moon Rises and Sets.-Approximate Time
for all place;. between the Silhi and 42d P3rallaisof Laurude.













.- +-* JULY, 1884. + -
Moon's Phases.-Time on page preceding .an. calendar.
FULL MOON. LAST QUAR. NEW MOON. FIRSTQUAR.
D. H M D. H. M 0 H. M D H M.
8 5 14M. I 4 43E- 22 7 58 N. 2Q 5 5E.
Sun and Moon Rises and Sets.-Appro'imate Teme
for all place. between the 3jth and j.d Paralle.oi Latlinde
DAY DAV DAY SUN SUN MOON HIGH TIDE.
0or F OF OF RISES SETS. S.&.R. BOSTON. NEWYORI
lBAR MO. WEEK. H 1. H. M. H M H. M. H
13 1l Tue. 4 3 7 35 o 13 5 6 2 32
S184 2 Wed. 4 33 7 34 0 46 6 36 3 (:5
185 3 Thu. 433 7 34 I 19 7 31 4 |.
S 186 4 Fr;. 4 34 34 5' S 26 5 I
( 187 5 Sat. 4 34 7 34 2 3S 9 b 6 2
SS 6 SUN. 4 35 7 34 3 22 10 3 6 49
189 Mon. 4 35 34 412 10 51 7 35
.' 190 8 Tue. 4 36 33 ris"s 11 32 8 1
191 1 9 Wed. 4 377 33 3 4 eveI 8 57 .
S 192 o Thu. 4 3- 7 33 S 41 o 53 9 39
() 193 1 Fii. 4 38 32 9 15 34 10 19
194 12 Sat. 4 39 7 32 9 4S 17 Io 59 7
195 13'SUN. 4 40 7 31 10 2 59 11 43
196 14 on. 4 41 7 30o o 5- 3 46 eve 32
S 197 15 Tue. 4 4 7 30 II 35 4 38 I 25
I qS 16 Wed. 4 42 7 29 mo'rn 5 37 2 23
i 199. 1 Thu. 4 43 7 29 o 16 6 44 3 30
200 18 Fri. 4 44 7 28 1 3 7 53 3 4 3
o ol19 Sar. 4 45 27 56 9 5 46
S20 20 SUN. 4 45 7 27 2 55 10 2 48
203 2 lMon. 4 46 7 26 3 59 1 59 7 42
204 22 Tue. 4 477 5 rsei 1 48 8 30
205 23 Wed. 4 41 7 7 56 morn 922
6 4 Thu. 4 497 24 8 34 35 10 5
S20 25 Fri. 4 50" 23 9 io I 19 to 46
2oS 26 Sat. 4 5 17 22 9 41 2 4 1 28
209 27 SUN. 4 52 7 21 10o 13 2 46 morn
:Io 28 Mon. 4 52 7 20 10 46 3 28 o 13
2.1 219 Tue. 4 53 7 19 I 19 4 12 o59 59
21230Wed 4 54 7 18 I1 56 5 2' I 59
213 31 Thu. 4 55 7 17 mor 5 56 2 42















AUGUST, .1884. *-
Moon's Phases.-Ti.m on page preceding jan. calendar
FULL MOON. LAST QUAR. NEW.MOON. FIRST QUAR.
D.D. HM D. H M D. H Fr D. H. Il
6 6 jE. ~3 10 12E. 20 4 58E. 25 lo 46M.
Sun and Moon Rises and Sets.-Approximate Tune
for all placesbereern the wtih rand 4:d Parallel of Latitude.


SUN MOON
SETS. S. & R.
H. h H r
7 16 0 3-
7 15 i 20
7 14 8
7 13 2 56
7 11 3 52
7 10 r'nes
7 9 7 '7
7 8 7 51
7 6 S 26
7 5 8 59
7 4 9 j3
7 3 10 o0
7 1 If o
7 0 II 49
6 s morn'
6 5 0 o 45
6 56 I 44
o 55 2 4'
6 53 3 54
6 5- 4 59
6 50 s'o.
t 49'1 : 39
6 4- S1 2
6 4b S 45.
6 44 9 i9
6 43 9 54
6 4i r I 33
6 39 .1 '3
6 3' 59
6 30 mor
6 35 0 42?


HIGH TIDE.
BOSION. NEW YORK
H. M M. l.
6 55 3 38
7 50 4 35
8 45 5 30.
9 35 6 21
10 23 7 9
II 7 49
11 48 8 30
,ze 29 9 16
I 9 57
I 53 10 35
2 37 II toO
3 25 e-e Io
4 19 i -
S22 2 6
629 3 I'
7 41 4 26
8 4S 5 33
o 48 6 34
10 41 '28
rI 27 S 9
m,,-l. S 54
o S 9 3'
o- 5o o 16
-. 3t. 1o 54



4 r

6 '3 59
7 12 3 59


D.1A
OF

Fri.
Sat.
SuN.
Mon.
Tue.
Wed.
Thu.
Fri.
Sat.
SUN.
MNlo.
'uc-.
Wed.
Thu.
F ri.
Sat.
SUN.
M,-mii.
Tue.
Wed.
Thu.
Fri.
Sat.
SUN.
Mon.
Tue.
Wed
I hu.
F i.
Sat.
SU N.















-H SEPTEMBER, 1884.
Moon's Phases.--Pme on pace preceding .lan calendar.
FULL MOON. LAST QUAR. NEW MOON. FIRST QUAR.
D. H. I. D H PI D H M1 h H
5 6 OM. 12 3 2OM 19 4 41.M 2. 5 25.-
Sun and Moon Rises and Sets.--App ro'mate Time
iorall places berieen ihe 68th and 12d Paralll-sol Lalitude.


I SUN SUN MOON
RISES SETS. R.&S
IH M. i H. M H. M.
5 27 6 33 SI 44
5 28 6 32 2 3S
5 29 6 30 3 37
5 30 6 23S I 4 2S
5 31 6 6 2 .,s
5 32 6 5 7 o
5 33 6 23 2 3
5 34 6 2 b 16
5 35 6 20 9 o
5 3 66 19 9 48
5 37 6 17 10 40
5 38 6 15 I1 3M
5 39 6 14 mrorn
.5 40 6 12 0 40
5 41 6 to I 43
5 42 6 9 2 46
5 43 6 7 3 50
5 44 6 5 4 53
5 45 6 3 se/s
5 45 6 2 6 43
5 46 6 o 7 1S
5 47 5 58 -" 52
5 48 5 5. S 9
5 49 5 55 9 9
5 50 5 53 9 52
5 51 5 52 2o 39
5 5? 5 50 1" 29
5 53 5 43 morn
5 54 5 46 o 25
5 55 5 451 22


HIGH TIDE.
BO13IDN. NEW YOR
H M. H Al
8 4 454
9 4 5 49
9 53. 6 39
ro 40 24
II 22 5
n.e 5 8 so
0-45 9 34
I 32 o1 17
2 20 II 2
3 o10 I 5
4 6 *53
5 10 I 56
6 20 3 6
7 2 4 12
8 32 5 17
9 28 6 14
10 181 4
"1 3 7 46
11 43 8 25
mp';/ I 9 1
o 22 9 46
I 0 10 24
I 40 II 4
2 21 II 48
3 3 Pmorn
3 49 0 35
4 40 1 27
5 34 2 20
6 31 3 '7
7 32 4 17
..... ..I ,


DAY
oP
.BAP
245
246
247
24S
249
2;0
:21
254-



250
25'
250


261

:62
,61

264
z6;
265

26S


270
271
2r-

273
274.


DAY D&Y
5F OF
P10. I BoK
I Mon.
2 Tue.
3 Wed.
4 Thu.
5 Fri.
6 Sar.
SUN.
S Mon.
9 Tue.
to Wed.
II Thu.
12 Fri
'3 Sat.
14 SUN.
15 Mon.
16 Tue.
I- Wed.
18 Thu.
19 Fri.
20 Sat.
21 SUN.
22 Mon.
23 Tue.
24 Wed.
- Thu.
26 Fri.
27 Sat
28 SUN
29 .IMon.
30 .Tut.
. . .. .




' I a a s . .ri..t .., ..i 1 !


-* OCTOBER, 1884. *-
Moon's Phases.-Time on page preceding Jan. calendar
FULL MOON. LAST QU4R. NE.W MOON. FIRST QUAR.
D. .. M. D. H. M. D. H D. D H. M
4 5 4 E I 9 33 18 35E z6 i 58 E.
Sun and Moon Rises and Sets.-Approximate Time
for all place between ihe 33Sh and 42d Parallelsoi Latitude.


DAY DAY
OFP OF
CEAR MO.
275
276 2
277 3
278 4
279 5

282 S
'83 9
284 o10
285 II
280 12
28' 13
ZSS 14
2c, 15
290 10
-91 17
292 I8
293 19
2Q9 20
295 21
2-96 22
j297 23
29g 24
299 25
300 26
301 -
302 28
303I 29
304 30
305 31


DAY SUN SUN MOON
OF RISES SETS. R. & S.
WEHK H. M H M H M M.
Wed. 5 56 5 43 12 22
Thu. 5 5.5 4 324
Fri. 5 58 5 40 4 29
Sat. 5 59 5 3 ris
SUN. 6 37 613
Mon. 6 5 35 6 56
Tue. 6 5 33 7 43
Wed. 6 3 5 3 8 36
Thu. 6 4 5 3 9 33
Fri. 6 55 15S 10 34
Sat. 6 6 5 27 1 36
SUN. 6 5 26 monrn
Mon. 6 S 5 24 o 38
Tue. io 9 5 ?2 I 41
Wed. 6 11 5 21 2 43
Thu. 6 125 19 3 45
Fri. 6 13 5 1 4 44
Sat. o 145 1 5 53
SUN. l6 i si 15 e5 ets
Mon. 6 16 5 13 6 26
Tue. 6 5 12 7 4
Wed. 6 IS 5 II 747
Thu. -6 -o 5 9 8 33
Fri. 6 21 5 7 9 22
Sat. 6 22 5 6 10 15
SUN. 16 23 5 5 I 9
Miin. 6 2: 5 3 m"'1'n
Tue. 26 5 2 0 7
Wed. 6 27 5 I 0I
Thu. 6 8 i 4 59 2 8
Fri. 6 29 4 55 3 I


HIGH TIDE.
BOSTON. NEMW IORI
H. M. H. M.
8 28 5 13


9 19
10 9
io 56
II 41
e,e 26
I 14
2 7
2 59
3 56
4 59
6 5
7 7
8 9
9 2
9 50
10 34
II 15
11 54

0 32
I 12
I 53
2 35
3 1'?
4 5
4 57
5 52
6 48
7 48
844


6 5
6 59


- 39
8 23
9 13
10 o
io 49
II 43
eve 42
1 46
2 5'
3 52
4 53
5 4-
6 36
7 I1)
7 56

9 19
9 5.
10 3'
1 1 17

.0 4
o 52
I 44
- 36
3 34
4 33
5 29













-> NOVEMBER, 1884. *-
Moon's Phases.-Time on page preceJing Jan c.dendar.
FULL MOON. LAST QUAR. NEW MOON. FIRST QUAR.
D H. M. U. h Ml D H M. D H. M.
3 3 40o. 9 6 i6 E. I- I 16 25 5 20 E.
Sun and Moon Rises and Sets.-Approximate Time
for all places between the 18th and 4;d Parallels of Lidrude.
D\l DAY DAY SUN SUN MOON HIGH TIDE.
OF OF OP RISES SETS. R.&8. BOSION. HEW ILYO
%BAR MO WEEB. H M H. M H M. H. M. H. M.
306 a Sat. 6 30 4 57 -'4 i 9 37 6 23
307 2 SUN. 6 32 4561 5 2 Io 9 714
308 3 Mon. 6 33 4 55 rises I I I
309 4 Tue. 6 34 4 54 6 :5 evo 855
310 5 Wed. 6 35 4 53 7 23 I 0 9 46
311 6 Thu. 6 30 4 5' 8 23 1 54 1o 36
312 7 Fri. 6 37 4 50 9 2' 47 131
313 8 Sat. 6 39 4 49 0 32 3 43 "'e 29
314 9 SUN. 6 404 441 1 34 4 41 I ?8
315 O bloin. 6 41 4 47 wer 5. 42 2 21
316 iI Tue. 6 4: 4 46 0 3 6 40 3 26
3r7 12 Wed. 6 43 4 45 I 38 7 ;I 4 22
3jS 3j Thu. 6 44 4 44 2 3S 8 30 5 15
31. 14 Fri. 6 46 4 43 3 36 9 6 4
320 1 Sat. 6; 47 4 4 4 34 0o 3 6 49
321 I6 SuN. 6 4S 4 42- 5 29 0 47 7 3
322 1- Mon. 649 441 6 26 11 26 8 9
323 8S Tue. 6 51 4 40 sets wor'" 5'
324 19 Wed. 6 52 4 39 62 6 g9 2
32 20o Thu. 6 5 4 39 7 17 0 46 o1 II
2:6 1 Fri. 6 54 4 3S S 26 Io 50
327 22 Sat. 0 55 4 37 9 '2 8 11 34
328 23 SUN. 6 56 4 37 9 56 2 50 M.rl/
329 24 Mon. 6 5- 4 36 1o 54 3 4 o 20
330 25 Tue. 6 59 4 35 II 53 4 22 I 9
331 2 V Wed. 7 04 35 mo'i 5 13 I 59
33 227 Thu. 7 I 4 34 o 54 6 9 2 5
333 28 Fri. 7 2 4 1 i 57 7 7 3 52
334 29 Sat 3 4 34 3 3 8 9 4 53
335 30 SUN. 4 4 34 4 9 7 5 5
L . ,. ..... ..













->c DECEMBER, 1884. .
Moon's Phases.-Time oil page preceding Jan. calendar.
D H. M. D II I. U H M.. ED. H At.
2 2 3 9 6 34M. 17 8 SM. 25 8 25'.
Sun and Moon Rises and Sets.-Approrimate Tine
for all phice- bieturn ihe 38th and 4d Parallelsoi Liriude.
DA" DAY DM SUN SUN MOON HIGH TIDE.
Sor or O:r RISES SETS. R. & 8. BOSiO0. INiW |OR
VEAR MO BEK. H TI M 1 M. H M. ii. M.
336 i Mon. 5 4 33 5 0o 10 4 6 50
337 2 Tue. 6 4 33 rises I I 7 44
333 3 Wed. 7 4 33 6 4 11 55 8 3S
339 4 Thu. 8 4 33 7 9 e 4 9 34
340 5 Fri. 7 9 4 33 8 6 1 39 l0 26
341 6 Sat. 7 10 4 33 9 23 2 33 t 16I
3 4 SUN. 7 433 1o 28 3 24 eve 9
343 5 MCo. 7 r 4 33 31 4 16 '3
344 9 Tue. ; 12 4 33 morn 5 o 1 56
1345 to ed. 7 13 4 33 o 31 6 5 2 5
)346 11 Thu. i 14 4 33 1 30 3 46
347 12 Fri. 7 '5 4 33 2 26 7 53 4 38
34S '3 Sat. 7 6 4 33 3 24 8 45 5 30
349 14 SUN. 7 16 4 33 4 : 9 33 6 19
350 5 on. 17 4 34 5 14 10 i 7 4
351 1I Tue. 7 18 4 34 6 6 11 2 7 45
S352 [7 Wed. 7 19 4 35 se' 1 43 S 25
353 'S Thu. 19 4 35 6 3 rr" 9
354 19 Fri. 20 4 35 6 55 22 9 47
355 20 Sa. 7 21 4 3' 7 5 1 1 Io 026
356 z2 SUN. 7 21 4 36 847 I 42 ii 6
357 2' Alon. 7 22 4 36 9 45 2 23 49
358 23 Tue. 7 22 4 37 'o 44 3 4 morn
359 24 Wed. 7 22 4 38 44 3 49 0 35
36 Thu. 7 23 4 39 morn 4 38 25
361 26 i 7 23 4 39 47 5 33 19
S362 2 Sat. 7 23 4 40 I 49 31 3 17
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