Otis Keene Diary, 1887-1888

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Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1887-1888
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.

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:
UF00076636:00023

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Title Page and Front Matter
        Page 3
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    August 1888
        Page 42
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    September 1887
        Page 50
    October 1887
        Page 51
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    November 1887
        Page 67
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    Back Matter and Notes
        Page 70
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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.)


NMEASLURE-iF *LENGTH.
4 In. make i Hand. 3 Fee make i Yard.
792 In. Link. 5j Yds. Rod or Pole
8. In. Cubit. 40 Poles." Furlong.
sa. In. F'u. 8 Fur i Mile.
6.. .Ft. IFathom. 69 r-6 Miles make i Degree.
.. o 6Geographical l es niake- Degree.
760 Vards = i le.
r23o Feet J e
MEASURE OF SURFACE.
r44 Square Inches'make i Square Font. ,.
9 Square Feet Square Yard
30o Square Yards : Rod, Perch or Pole.
40 Square Rods Square Rood.
4 Square Roods' Square Acre
o Square Chains Square Acre.
640 Square Acres I Square Mile.
Gunter s Chain equal to 2a Yards or ioo Links.
2721 Square Feet make z Square Rod. 0
43,560 Square Feel A Acre.
MEASURE OF SOLIDITY.
r728 Cubic Inches make i Cubic Foot.
7 Cibic Feet Cubic Yard.
SAVOIRDUPOIS 'WEIGHT.
27. Grains make I Drachm (dr.) or 27j Grains.
b6 Drachms Ounce (z.) or 437
t6 Ounces' Pound b.) or 7000
S2 Pounds Qarter (q.) -
S4 Quarters Hundredr-Weight (cwt.) ,
20 Cwis. I Ton.
r .a2 Pounds Ton.
TROY WEIGHT.
s 4 Grains make i 'Pennyweigh,,; or 24. Grains.
20o Pennylws. ". Ounce, or 480
sa Ounces Pound, or 5766
S'. APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT. '
.do Grains make i Scnrple. 8.Drachms make lOItce.
S3 Scruples i Drachm. 1,Ouuces, z Pound.
.D.IAMOND WEIGHT..
S 6 Parts make i Grain (4-Sths Grain Troy.)
4 Granis' Carat (3 r- Giams Troy) *
-LIQUID MEASURE.
4 Gills make I Pidt. 3i.Gallons. make' Barrel.
Pifit i Quart. 54 Gallons Hhd.
4 Quiats' Gallon. .
D: :' RYMEASURE.
r '.mis'iike i Peck' 8 Bushels make m Quarter...
ecks Bshel. I 36 3 ushels ". Chaldrop. i
S' l equal Lo 2815 cubic in. nearly.
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WEIGWHTPBR BUSHElI 9F RAIIt,ETO.


The following Table shows the'nurmbeiof pounds per bushel required,
by law or custom, in the sale of arncles specified, in the several States ol
the Union.


STATES.


M aine.................... 4S
N. Hampshire............ ..
Vermont................ IYS
Massachusetts. ........... 48
Connecticut.............. '.
NewYork.............. 48 S
New Jersey.......... ..
Pennsylvania............. 17
Delaware................ ...
Maryland......... ...... 18.
Dist. Colunrbia............ 47
Virginia........ .... ..... 8
West Virginia............. 48
NorthCarolina...........;. 18
South Carolina............ 48
Georgia................... 406
Louisiana.......... ..... 32
4rkansas................. S
Tennessee..... ........'... 48
Kenfuck .............. 18
()hio ......... ....... .. IS
M ici .igaii....... ....-... 4
Indiana. ................ .- 48
Ilinois .... ........... 4
W isconsin', .8..... ..... 18
M innesoia ...... ......... 48
Inwad .. :..;... .......... -48
Misasu..;........ ...... ,8
KansLa.... '. ............ .
Nobr ska,.;...... ....- 48
Califoi.............- .. 46.
Oregon. ..*;. ;....... .. ;6,


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30 6 56 6o .. ..
526o 566o 70 646042
32 60 6 6o .. .
28 60 56 ..
33 6o 56 6o .... 6 4
30 60 56 6o .. 6..
30 56 6 6o 5 62 .
... .. 6o ...... ..
32 6 56 6o 5..626445
32 56 560 650o 55 62 60 45
.. I.
32 60 5660 .. 5660644
3 60 56 6o .. 60 60 o 4
30 -.. 56 60. .. .. 64
33 60o 6 6o 6 ..
35 536 6o 56.. 45
32 32 6o..
32z60 566 .. 606o 0 4
32 60 56 60.. .. 6o .. 45
53 56 566o 50.. 606045
32 60 56 6o 6o f.i

32 60-66 60
32i 566s6 6 O0|
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36 60b 56 6o 6 .
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TIME.

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$io [roo $000o

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o 3 33
1 5 50
I 7 bS 7
8 83
oo
I IO' r 00
I 12 1-17
I 13 t 33
2 15 .J 0-
2 17 I1 Z,
2 .18 t 83
2 "20"'2'00
2 'O2 vf
2 22 2r.17k
2 23. 2 '33.
3 25 2 50
3 .27 2.67,
3 28 2 83
3 :30 3 00.
3 32 3 -':
3 "33 '3 -33
4 .,35 3T5,
4 37 3. 7.
4 3 . 3, 83
4 4 4 0o
4 42 4 "T:
S4' 43 -4'- 33'i
5 .451 .4,5P.
5 .47 4.W,
5 48 4 83
5 50 '50o
to loo 'b oo.
15 1 50 IF560
20 2 00 20 00
25 2 50. 25.00o
30 3 00 3...oq
35 3 50 35 oo:
40 4 oo 40" o
45 4-50 '45,'d0
.50 5O. .50o r00

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RATE ..0I'.rQ0E ON IrV'STBiTGI,
Par value being $rTm, bearing interest at
Price
Pad. 5' -6%. 7% 8% zoo i2%
50 10 oo.. 1 oo .14 oo 16 oo 20 oo 24 .00
55 9 9 0o90 12 7 '4 55 :8 18 21 8;
6 8 33 1o,00 66 3 33. 66 oo
65 769 923 o 76 1230 15 38 8 47
70 7 14 .8 57 o o0o t 42 14 28 17 14
75 666 '8 o 9 33 to 66 13 35 6: oo'
0 6-25 7 o 87 10o o0 12 56 15 oo i
82X 6 o6 7 27 8 9 69 r 12 14 54
85 5 88 7 05 823 9 41- 1 76 14 to
87% 5 71 685 8 oo 9.14' 11 42 3 70
90 5 5 6.66 7-77- 88 1 13 32
92 5 40 648 7 56 864 zo 180 2 96
9 5 26 6.31.. 7'36 8.42. 10 52 626
96 5 20 6 25 7 29 8 33 10 41 2 .50
97- .5 A5 6 S 7.21 8 24 ,zo 30 12 36
97% 5 12 6 15 7 17 8 20,. 10 5 1230.
98 5 'o .6 .2 7 '4 8 16 1o 20, 1224
,99 .55 6 o6 '7 8 8 o 1io rO 122 I
ro1 5 oo 6 oo co 8 do Io 0o r'
ro 4 95 5 94 6 93 7 992' 990 I n88t1
102 4 90 588 6'86 7' 84' 76
103 4 85 5 82 6 79 7 76"9 6 I'i64' I
04 4 80 5 76 673 7 69 9 61 r 152
105 4 76 5'7 666 7 61 9'52 1 -42' il
11o 4 54- 5'45 6 36 7'27 909 o a:
"15 4 34 5 21 6 8 o 6 95. 8 '69 10o 49]
120 4 16 5 oo 583 6..66 8 33'
125 4 00 4 80 5 6o. 6.40,, .' 96
130 3 384 4 61 .5.38 ...6 5 7. 69 .. .22
135 3 7.. .4 4..5 '8 5 ? .7 4 88
40 3 57 4 ,5 5;o0.. 5 71, .. 7:.4 ., 58
45 3 344 .413 4.82. 5 6 8 8 7
,o5 3 3 '66' 33 "s 8.
.5Q 3 33. ,4 o: 66 5 33 6) 8:.0 1

TO FIND LENGTH OF DAY OR NIGHT. "
.. .. . :.............. i. ... ,. -:'I
Ar any time of the yeair'add is hours to th time time .easuns Istt
and fromr*he suit subtract ihe time of 'isihg flr the ldeth' ofthey.
Subractethetime o.f eating from ar hours, and to the riiniddefldd tih
timii df'rising next morning fol- theIlength of thd nih:ht. These iites al9
equially.rue'fdrapparent tihe. . '. .' :.'. : 4I, ..

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-RATES OF POSTAGE.


SPOSTALCARDES,i cent each, go wilhorltfurher charge to all parts
of the United States and Canada. Cards for foreign countries withinn the
-: Postal Union) a cents each. Postal Cards are unmaitabhe wilh any
w.riung or printing on the address side, except'the direction, or with any--
Ihing pasted upon or attached to hlem. 'r
SALL LETTERS, to all parts of the United Siltes;and Canada, '
cents'for each ounce or fraction thereof.
SLOCAL, OR ** DROP" LETTERS, that i, for the city or town
where deposited, a cents.where the carrier system i. adopted, and L cent
'where there is no carrier system. -
.FJ RST GLASS.-Letters and, all other written matter, whether
sealed or unsealed, and allother matter sealed, na/iedi sewed, tied,
or fastened itn any nmanner'r o that it cannot be easily examined, cents
for each ounce or fraction Lheteof. .
SECOND CLASS.-Only for jpblishlrsand'newa agents; i cent
per pound.
N w NwSAPRs and Periodicals (regular publichti6ns) can'be mailed by'
,the public at the t le of t'cent for eoah 4 auncer ori'racrion thereof.
THIRD CLASS.-Prined matter, in use aed wrarpe-s on,'- fall
matter inclosed in notched envelopes must pay letter rites), I cent fcr
:' each ounces or fraction.hereof, .wvck mwt ,.e ially prejned. This
Sicludes books, circulars, chromos, engravings, handbills, fithographs,
rjusic, pamnphlets i probf-Aeets and manuscnpt arcompanjing ithe same,
reproductionu'by the electric pen, hektogiapl,, iherallograh, papyro-
t:grap4, and, in short, any reproduction upon ,paperby any process except
.'andritding and tI~ copying press. Liinit of:wcigh ,, bal., except
; r a single book, which may weigh.more. : ,
': FOURTH OLASS. AUlmnailabli manrernbt.included in the there'
Preceding classes which .esonprepared for Aailiig'as to be eatiy wr.tIa-.
draiit'' from 'the wPnrvjfr And. examined; z cint:per oah'ce or fraction
Shero[." Linit of weighI, 4 lbs. Full frepay~nent compflsory.'.
:REF'ORWARDIiG.- Lettersi'ill be fbrarded fom one post
f ic, to. anJ fr upon the writee eustrf thie fpri nddressi,
witlut ,` "ol postage charge; 'bu unclaintie packages c-r anao .
i ''efurned io iMe sender until stamps are furnished to pay the'return
.;, postage..'W i :f / t ;' , f .t ,f.l .., '.J.'i-i O. _
' : PERMISSIBLE -WRITI NG.-No-writing is permitted on third or
ii l asmh atter.excppt as.foIows:: Tie.jname and adtlUs ,aof sepder
.ttaide,or..inside of package precdededby;:the.word a. 'rn"E _)
iBp.ery.war al: beyitten the,npp.es ald.,pumbe.o."ftic~sAr:;.
pa iThp[enLeu i ,flrtlqr. allowedto -park.ar-prd or paaqge, ipfs.-
S ok paper :to which he desires to call, special: attention, .s a







-RA OF. POST ,.. _.

also write a simple inscriprion.or dedication uponu e cover rebr'.nk
leaves of.a book dr pamphlet. There may be itf-a]led'to articles bE
merchandise, by La. or label, a mark, number, name, or letter fcr
puLrpo- of ideontifiaon.. Printed ciqclars may contain the written
lime of ihe-stnder, or of the addressee, and the date. Any other
t-,tng ori third or flolnh class maiterwill subject the package to letter
rates of postage, and render the sender liable to a fine of ten dollars for
rE.ch offense. 'Printed matter may be inclosed with fourth class matter,
but the whole package is subject t6 the rate of I'cent per ounce,qr
fraction thereoL :
POSTAL .N TES.:
Upon payment of a fee of3 cenis each, Postal Note for any arhount
under Five Dollafs may be put~ iap ed .ataj y loney-ordr Office, pay-
able to bearer at any time wiM. i .Lh ..Jend ar months from the last
day of the month during which it was issued; but payable only at such
lMoney-olde Office as the purchaser may select or at the offce of issue.
'M" MONEY ORDERS.'
For Orders not exceeding $5 . . . 5 cents.
Exceeding 5, and 'iot exceeding io . 8
S"' s '.. . '
15 30 ..... i
S 0 40 5 .... .

5 '" . t 3 ~o '"" '
..... 4 .70
S 70 ". .. . . 40 t" " ,
So" o." 15
When a larger s~ii than lioo required, additional Ordeis Id make '
it up'must beobtained. ...,
FOREIGN POSTAGE.. .. "
The;rates. or letters are for the: half once e' rriction thyreof, an'd
those for newspapers lor'2 om ocesr fraction thereo[:- .
To Great Britain and,lIralandiFrance, Spaip,.all part: 9o ennany,
including Austria, Denmarklv'Sfitibrland,, Italy;. Russia, NorwayTSwe.
den, Turliey (European and Asialc),'Egpt, letters 5 centsf newS ape
Srent for each 2 ounces or.fractionthereof.. .. ,
To Australia letters; via 'S li:'an~d c'o(etcpll io New SNiuli'Waley)F
5 cenis; -via Binhiisi, jt5scents 'newlspap r, via SariTrancisco ''cenrht.
via Brindlii 4ceit .e Cina, letitels ,Va ii if. Fnhiisi:o' 'c sirsvi? 1
Brindisi, 13!ceitr ':4 cents for each. paper I'rolt aigliin over-: e ounces;
Britih. Inflja, Ita!ia .mail, lerpe s cents, newspapers i cent for.' ounce
Japan, letters,.rivaSan Franilsco,'5 entl; t-anespapers cen t fora obces


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STANDARD TIME.
SIN this Almanac the risings and servings of the Sun and Moon are
given in local mean time, as heretofore. The Tides are given, in
STANDARD TIME.
To change to STANDARD TIMB add .or subtract the miAnues as
given below, according as they are marked/ lu or writus.
Standard Time Divisions, as adopted by the Railroads,
SEaSTER SrANDaRDo-7th Meridian. Canada, between Quebec
and Detroil,-U. S. east of Buffalo, N. Y.; Pitsburg, Pa.; heeling
and Huntington, W. Va.; Bristol, Tenn.; Charlotte, N. C., and
Augusta, Ga.
CENTRAL STA DARD--90 lh Meridian. West from Eastern"
limits, as above, to Broadview, CaQada;.to the lissouri River in Dakota;
North Platte and McCook,-Nebraska~ Wk;' lace-hnd Dodge City, Kansas;
Toyah and Sanderson, Texas.
MOUNTAIN STANDARD--o5th 'Meridian. West from "Central"
limits to Heron, Montana: Ogden, Utah; Needles adAd Yuma, Arizona.
PACIFIC STANDARD-- 2aoh Meridlian. West from "Mountain"
limits to coast.

Correction,for; the following Cities.

Eastern Standard. Central Standard.'
75 Longitude. go0 Longitude.
Mintea. Minasiu.
Bangor, Me.............. 25 Cleveland, Ohio .."........ 33
Augusta, Me............. a Columbus, Ohio.. .,........ 2 5
Portland, Me..............- 19 Detromi, Mich. ........... 2
.Boston, Mass.......... .. z6 Toledo, Ohio ... ....... 26
Newport, R I. ............ r5 Dayton, Ohio ............ 2 a
Providente, R I........... 14 Cincinnai, Ohio ....... 2- 2s
ConCord, N. H............. 14 Louisville, Ky.......... 18.
New, London, Conn....... In dianapolis, Ind..........,- i6
SringLeld, Mass ........ Chicago, Ill. ......;. '. 0 in
Montpelier V. .......... o Milwaukee, Wis.. .... .. 8
Hartord, Conn ..... ..... Springfield il ........... -
Montreal, Que .. ..... ..:- 6 MepiSTnn.. ..........
Albany, N. .......... 5 New Orleans, La ........... o
SNew Ydrk, N Y ........... 4 .St. Lots; Mo::...:.iI-::;'. r
Utica, N. Y........ .....- t Rock:s'and, Ill....... ,
SPhiladelphia, Pa........ .. Dbqu, Iowa ........... 3
SN.VY .......... B ruling owa ..:....
altimobe, d. ..... ..... .,6 St. P ul inn..............
*-.; .asbih noD.C ........., --..8 Des Momes, Iowa .......- 4
.:o i N YP ..........; dKaa City. Mo. ...... '--"8
:BuffaloN. Y. ...... 1b Galveston, Texas ....;.. 19
S ta a Pa...,,.,. Oaha, Neb......,........ 24
.4
o i o Standard.
.st L Mde.'.. I.. i.. o Longitude.


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POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES.


Alabama.... .,2
Arkansas.... 8
California... 8
Colorado....
Connecticut. 6
Delaware ...
Florida ....
Georgia.... i,5
lliaois......3,C
Indiana .... ,c
Iowa ....... ,6
Kansas .... .
Kentucky ... ,6
Louisiana... 9
M-in ...... 6
Maryland... 9
Mass'chus'ts. h,7
M chigan ..i,6


CENSUS OF 1880.
62,505 Miinesota.. 780,773
o0,525 Misssippi.. ,131,597
164,694 Missouri ....2,168,380
94,327 Nebraska... 452,402
22,7oo Nevada..... 62,266
46,608 N.Hampshire 346,991
69,493 New Jersey. ,j,i,16
42,180 New York ..5,o8,87r
77,871 No.'Carolina. ,399,750
)18,301 Ohio.......3,198,,062
24,6i5 Oregon ..... 174,768
t96,o96 Pennsylv'nia 4,2a8,89z
648,69o R'de island. 276,531
139,q46 So. Carolinas 995,577
48,936 Tennessee .'.1,542,359
134,943 Texas ..... .1,591749
783,065 Vermont ... 332,286
i36,937 Virginia. 1, rg5,565


W. Virginia. 61,457
Wisconsin...1,315,497
To'l Stales 49,371,340
THE TERRITORIES.-
Alaska ......
Arizona..... 40o440
Dakota ..... 235,r77
Dist. of CoL. 77,6a4
Idaho....... 32,6o1
Montana.... 39,159
New Mexico 119,565
Utah........ .143,p63
Washington. 75,116
Wyoming .. o,789
Tot'lTerrit's 784,443
ToI'l U. S. 50.155.,"i


POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL ITmEs..
Cities having a pdpulati6nof_3o6o and u.iward, according to' th
U united States Census of i88o.
Rak. :- Bak. -'. I. N .
al Albany, N. Y.......... 90,758 38.Minneapolis, Min .... 46j,8g
3 Allegheny,' Pa......... 78,68 40 Nashville, Tenn. ..... 4339
49 Atlanta, a. .......... ;74ago 1 Newark,: J. ........3j6,5S
7 Baltimore, Md. .. 332,313 .6 New Haven, Conn. .... (62,
.: 5 Bo&ldn, Mass ..... 362,83 so New'Orleans La....... a6,o90
3 Broklyn, N. V. ..'..;S66,663 .1 N'ewYoik N. Y......i,206,299
13 Buffalo, N. Y ...... '...5S;4 Oakland, Ca.. .......;.34,
s3 Cambridge Mass. ....:5. 2 '693.Orahla, Neb ..... ..3
44 Camden; N. ....... 41,659 34 Paitterson,"N J.'...: 51 3a
36 Charleston S. C....... 49,984 2 Philadelpia Pa......7,
4 Chicago, Ui.. ..;:.....53, 85 sa Pittsburg, Pa.-.;;.;...56,389
8 Cincinnati,'Ohio ......255 53 Ponlad, Me...:.:::. 33
i Cleveland, Ohio......... r46 o ProvidenceR. T...:. 04.85
31 Columbus, Ohio ....... 5,6 4r Reading, Pa........... 43 27,
47 Dayton, Ohio.....:...38678 ; 5 "Riuchond;'Va..... .'"L
o5 Denvier, Col .....:3....5,629 Rochester, N : ;.....
I8 Detroit, Mich.. .....;6o34o 9 Sma Fancisco Cal...~3i95
37 Fall River, Nlass. ...'.48,96. Savaah, Ga.. ; .
58 Grand Rapids, S' ch... 3261o6 39 Scran.lo P.... 45
6o Harrisburg Pa.. .......30,76 55 Springfield, M Si
43 Hartford. Coon. ......4o5 St Joseph Mo.;'.'. a:
59 Hoboken, N. '...... ".o,999 6 S.osL M .....i s36,
24 Indianapolis, nd..... 556 SPaul, Min;...... 4
17 erseoeCi, N. J :32:. Sracue, N.Y..''.., 7g
33cnnsasL No 57 35 V6s o hledo, 1i0o.... 50,
....... P.
46 Lawrence lm. 51 64 Trenton .' ."9
47 Lowl,M-s 475 a5s iU Ii
48 Lyann, .ta 74 4;WshntD .C .
56 Man..0ci.eier NaM o" .
54 MemphisTsin.. 9 42;.* nDel. ,7.8;
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VOTETQOR .PRESIDENT-i1884.


STATES.


Alabama ................
Arkansas..................
California' ..'....... -...
Colorado ................
Connecluc ...............
Delaware.................
Florida ................
Georga ..................
Illinois .................
Indiana. ..... ......
Iowa ..................
Kansas.................
Kentucky ................
Louisiana.................
Maine....................
Maryland.................
lIassnadiuetl ...........
Michigan................
M innesora ..............
iisassippi ..............
Missouri ..............
Nebraska.................
Nevada ..................
New Hampshire ..........
New Jersey .............
New York................
North Carolina ...........
Ohio .... ........
Oregon...................
Pennsylvania .............
Rhode. Iland ............
South Carolina............
Tennessee ................
Texas ....................
Vermoqtp ................
Viginia .................
Wesi Virginia ............
W isconsin ................

STotal.................


POP U,LAR .V-OT E.

Bl're. B. B er. John.

59591 93951 873 612
5o0895 7247 1847 .,'..
to24L6 8928' 20'o7 'q20
36290 27723 1958 76r
65923 lJq .1688 .2305
12951 16964 6 55
23031 31766 ...... 73
48603 94667 145 195
337474 312355 '10o10o 12074
238463 244990 8293 3028
197089 177316 '..! 1: 472
154406 90132 :1634T 4495
ri$i22 152961 169i 33q9
46347 62540 ...... .....
722o9 52140 3953 aS16
85699 96932 531 -2794
146724 122481 24433 1 oo06
192669 749835 :42243 18403
111923 70144 3583 .4684
43509 76510 ...... .....
22oa29 235988 ...... .2133
76912 54391 ... 2,899
7293 5578 a6 ;... .
43249 39183 .1552 *,'.1571
323440 127798 3496 ,, 659
562oo5 563454 ..699.4 .52n.6
S12508 142952 ... 454
400082 36880o 5179 0zo69
26860 24604 .726b 492
473804 392785 .'6992 '5283
1903o0 12391 .422 .,928
21733 69 90 .... ......
324078 133258 957 .113
93141 225309 .3321 3534
39514 17331 .785 1752
139356 145497 ...... 138
63096 67317 81Q .949
l6l;57 146459 4598 7656

4851981 4874936 17AIT70 150369


PREe IDENTIAL VOTE IN PREVIOUS YearB'1'
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.POPULAR VOTE.
Toer. .paublican. Drieocrnm. Orobburk. PaNi flp Dna.

18so 4451416 4444952 308573 .4O; i i,4
.1876 40o3395o 48757 i 9522 S
'1872 359707 20 834079 560 4
3x868 3o01507' 27o'613 ..
Democratic vote, exclusive of 294081foir harles O'Con0 br., '
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T h. 'EIDE TA2BL-i
S(The following values are derived from late determinations of the
United States Coast Survey.)

r To find the time (Standard Time) of High Water at any of the fol-
lowing places, add or subtract the hours and minutes opposite the name
of place.in the following Table, to or from the hours and minutes 9f
High Water at NEW YORK for the required day, as found in ihe
Calendar Page.
lgess
a. m. Feet.
Eastpon, Me., (Intercolonial Time) ................ add 3 33 18.a
EASTERN STANDARD.
Bar Harbor, Me................................. 2 7 o
Portland, M e...................................... 5 9:
Portsmouth, N. H......... ; ........ ........... 3 3 86
Isles of Shoals, N. H..... ....................... 57 8.7
'Newburyport, Mass............................. 3 7 7.5
SGloucester, Mass.................................. 44 8.9
Salem, M ass .......... .......................... 2 4 92
Nahant, M ass...................................... 2 50 94
Plymouth, Mass. ................................. 2 59 10.2
Provincerown, Mass. ............................. 59 9.2
Nantucket, -Mass ............................. ..... 4 15 3.
Vineyard Haven, Mass........ .................... 3 2s 6
Wood's Hole, North Side, Mass................ sub o 2i 40
Wood's Hole, South Side, Mass..... .......... add o 14 i]6
New Bedford Entrance (Dumpling Rock), Mass..... sub. o o2 3.7
Newport, R. I......... ................. ... '33 39
Ponom Judih, R. 1...... ....... ..... ..... ........ ." o 4 3i
Sandy Hook, N: J... ........................... o 36
Wach Hill, R. I................a................. add'o 44 a2.7
Stonington, Conn..... ................... ........ o 52 2.7
New London, Conn................................ .
New Haven, Conn. ................................ 2 5 6.o
Bridgeport, Conn................................ ".. 3 6.5
Montauk Point, L. I.......... ................... 4' r .
Throg'sNeck, N. Y ............................... 3 7.3
CapeMay Landing, N. J. ...................... b 6 4:8
Newcastle, Del................................... 3 5a 6.5
Philadelphi, Penn ....... ............. .... 5 4 6.o
Annap Md. ............. ............. sub. 3 9 0.9
Baltim e d. ................. ........ 4 r.3
Rihmon ,..........: ...,.; ,3 5 3.6
Tatler. I'le N. C..... 56 .7,o
Bea ort N. ............. ............... 35 2.8
ChM r1 tbt(C. H.. har, S. C... ........ ...... o 19 5.1
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,i CENTRAL STANDARD.
Kf :Pilbd (Savannah Eni.), Ga .2.. ......... 6.
| W (Dry! &kicih' r 4::G..'. ....;.'.;....... 5 6.5
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:IERESTfLAWS OF ALL :THE STATES.


STATES AND
TERR STORIES.


Alabama .
Arizona .
Arksnsas .
Califrnia .: .
Colorado .
Coinecticut
Dakota .
Delaware'. .:
DisBict of Colu'm.
Florida .
Georgia .
Idaho . .
Illinois.. .
Indiana . .
Iowa. .
Kansas .
Keotucky .
Louisiana .
Maine '.' .
Maryland .
Ma.sachdietts
Michigan .
Minnesota
Mississippi -
Missoun
Montana
Nebraska .
Nevada .
New Ham'pshire
New Jersey .
New Mexico .
New York .
North Caoliia
Ohio '. .
Orego .
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
Tenitessee .
Texas .
Utah .
Veront .
Virginia .
Washington .
WVest Virginia
Wisconsin .
Wydming .


'PENIALTTY OF USURY.


Loas of interest . .
No penalty .. .. . ..
Forfeirure of principal anid interest.
No penalty .... . ....
No penally '. ...
No penalty .'. '....
Forfeiture of contract.. . .
Forfeiture of contract- -. ....
Forfeiture of'all interest' ..
Nopenalry . . ..
Forfeiture of excess . . .
Forfeiture of 3 times excess of int..
Forfeiture of all interest .
Forfeiture of interest over 6 per cent.
Forfeiture of interest and costs .
Forfeiture or excess over s1 per cent.
Forfeiture of excess . .
Forfeiture of interest .. ..
No penalty'. . . . .
Forfeiture of excess ....
No penltly-6 per ct.on judgments.
SForfeiture of excess . .
Forfeiture of conduct . . .
Forfeiture of all interest . .
Forfeiture of all intere~i ;
No penalty . .
Forfeiture of all interest and costs
Nd penaJty .. . ...
Forfeiture of 3 time excess of interest
Forfeiture of all interest .
Nq penalty . '. . . .
Foareirure of contract* .
Forfeiture of double ain't of interest.
'Forfeiture of excess . . .
Forfeiure of prin, inhtrest and costs.
Forfeiture of excess' A'Ft of 1858
Forfeiture, unless. by contract .
Forfeiture of interest . .
Forfeiture of ove' 6 per cent.
Forfeiture of interest .
No penalty . . .. ..
Forfdture of excess ..
Forfeiture of excess'. ... ....
No penalty '.' .
Forfeiture of excess . . .
Forfeiture of all interest .
No penalty ,r .:. :


Special.



No limit.
10 per ct
No miil.
No limit.
6 per ct.
ra per ct.
6,per ct

No limit.
8 per ct.
18 per et.
8 per ct.
8 per ct.
IO per ct.
12 per'ct.
6 per ct.
8 per ct.
No limif.
6 per ct.
No llidit.
to per ct.
'10 per c
to per ct.

o6 per t
6 per ct.
No limi.
6 per ct.
12 per c.
6 pei ct.
8 per c(.
68perct.
6 per.qc
Noi Iliii



y7 perct.
'6 p& ct.
Nodiini.
6'fir tt:
'6 rct.
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Also punishablaas a misdemeanor. :.Baks.so feit interest qtl3J
double.the interest if charged in advanopqc."' J, i... :.
tALo 6 per cent, on ]udgmeots. '
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VMUJES 'IN-'ON.ITEDC.'STAT'ST -QNEY
OF THE

PURE COLD OR.SILVER

REPRESENTING RESPECTIVELY THE MONuBE RY UNITS AND
STANDARD COINS or FOREIGN COUNTRIES.-. -


The first section o thie Act of Marh 3, i187, provides "that the value of
Foreign Coin, as expressed in the money of account of the United States,
shall be that of the pure meral of such coin of standard value," and that
"the values of the standard coins in circulation o( the various naiqns o4
the world shall be c~umaed annually by the Director of the Min, and be
proclaimed on the firs day of January by the Sere'tary of the Treasury.f'
The estimrnes of values contained in the following table are those ade
by he Director of the Mini January it, L885, in compliance verh the
above stated provisions of law. .


Coun Tir.

Argentine Republic........
Austria ...............
Austria ..... ... .........
Brigiuro ...................
Bolivia ....... ....... ....
Brazil.................
Briush Ameiica ...........
SCentral Amernca ........
Chili...... ..............
Cuba ....... ...... .
SDenmark ...............
Ecuador .................
Egypt......... ..... ....
France... ...............
Great Briltai ..............
:G reece ........... ......
Germari Empire..........
Hlayri..... ... .....
India ................. ....
I l. y ... ; .................
Japan ..................
Liberia .................
Mexico..............'...
Netherlands.. ..........
Norway.......... .....
Paraguay .............. ..
Peru..... .................
Porto Rico........ .......
SPoturgl................
Rusaip ..... ......
Sandwich islands ..........
Spaini................
.Sweden ...................
Y'Switzerland ..............
Tripoli..... .. ........ ..
Turkey .. .... ....:.;
United States or Colombia .
,Uruguay............ ...
Venezuela ................


Morai.rilr UNir. Sr&DARD.


Peso .............
Florin ...........
Flonn ...... ....
Franc .........'...
Boliviano ........".
Milreisof coo reis.
Dollar ............
Dollar ............
Peso............
Peso ...........
Croswn...........
Peso ......... ...
Piaster ...........
Franc ............
Pound sterling.....
Drachma ........
Mark............
Gourde ........'
Rupee of 16 antnas.
Lira......... ... .
Yen .............
Dollir............
Dollar ..... .....
Florni ....... ...
Crown.... ,.....
Peso ;....'..:....
Sol.............
Peso ............
Milreis of 1ooo reil
Roubl. ofr o cdp'ks
qllar .............
Psetaof ioo entim.
Cro 'n ....... ...
Franc............
Mnahbubofzopiast'E
Plaster ............
Peso....... -.....
Patacon .........
Bolivar ..........


Gold & Silver.
Silver .......
Gold .........
Gold & Silver.
Silver ........
G ld ....... .
Gold........
Silver . ...
Gold & Silver.
Gdld & Stlver.
Gpld.........
Silver.......
Gold ......
Gold & Silver.
Gold .........
Gold & Silver.
Cold...... .
Gold & ,Silyer.
Silver ......
Gold & Silver
Gold & Sdlver.
G 1ld.........
Silver ........

Gold.........
Gold...: .....
Silver ........
Gold.... ..
Gold ........
Silver ........
GCld ........
Gold & Silver.
Gold .........
Gold & Silver.
Silver ........
Gold :......
Silver *' .'.'..
Gpld........
Gold & Slver.


VALI'r.
D. b.
o96
0 37 A
o 48 ,
o0 9 3
o 75 1

o 0
S,93 5
O 93 a
oD 6 S
575 .
9,49
D 4 9
D 19 3
4 86 61
o 19 3-
of0 ;3
O<46 s.
* 35 7t
S'9 3"
0 819,
o o,
D81 6'.
D 4o a
S' .oo
o 75.',
o 92 5-
i 8
o 6 ',

0 19 3
o z6 I
o 19 3
0 67 7
.o 4 4
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'BUSINESS" LA W IN DAiL.-'jSE.


The 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 maker; he must pay
it, if the consideration for which it was given and the amonto can be
proven.
Notes bear interest only when so stated.
Principals are responsible for the acts of their agents.
Each individual in a parmership is responsible for the whole amount
of the debts of the finn, except in cases of special partnership.
Ignorance of the law excuses no one.
The law compels no one to do impossibilities.
An agreementyithout tonsideratons ;d, *
A note made on Sunday is void.
Contracts made on Sunday cannot be enforced.
A note by a minor is void.
A contract made with a minor is void.
A contract made with a lunatic is void.
A nqte obtained by fraud, or from a' person in a state of intodeation,
cannot be collected.
It is a fraud to conceal a fraud.
Signatures made with a lead pencil are good in law.
A receipt for money is not always conclusive.
The acts of one partner bind all the rest.
"Value received" is usually written in a note and should be, but is
not necessary. If not written it is presumed by the law, or may be
supplied by proof.
The maker of an accommodatipn" bill. or note (one for which he
has received no consideration, having lent his name or credit for the
accommodation of the, holder) is not bound to the person accommodated,
but is bound to all other parties, precisely as if there was a good consid.
eraion.
No consideration is suffident in. law-if-it be illegal in its nature.
Checks or drafts must be presented for payment without unreasonable
delay. .,
Checks or drafts should he presented during business hours, but in
this country, except in the case of banks, the rime extends through the
day ald evening.'
If the dtawee of a check or draft has .hanged his residence, the'holder
must use due or reasonable,diligence.'to4d him.
If one who holds a check as payee or ojerwise, transfer it to another,
he ha hriglt to insist that the'checl be psented that day, or, atfarhest,
on ithday following.
A' ote indorsed in blank (th inainem ofihe ind6rser only written) is
tmnsferabl by delivery, the same as if made payable to bearer. .. ?







SHORT EITHOQl FOR C#LULA.TIG 1ITErlEST.
Multiply the principal by as many hundreds as there are days, and
For 4 per cent....................................... Diride by go
.. S ........................................ I 2

7 ...... .. ... ........... ...... .... .... 52
8 .................... ............... 45
9 ....... ... ..... ................... 40
r" .................... .................... " 36
9I ..... .... .. 3
o .. .. ....................................... 30

EXAMPLE INTEREST on 150 for 30 days at 4 e. 50 x .30 = 5.00,
which divided by go = i61 cents the required result.


FESTIVALS AND FASTS.
Epiphany . . . .... Jan. 6
Sepuagesima Sunday, : . . . . .. Feb. 6
Qinquagesima-Shrove Sunday . . . . Feb. o2
Ash Wednesday, .. . . . . . ... Feb. 23
First Sunday in Lent, . . . . . .. .Feb. 27
St Patrick, .............. .... .Mar. 17
Palm Sunday, . . . . . . . . . April 3
Good Friday, .......... ... .... April 8
Easter Sunday . . . . . ... .' April to
Low Sunday ................. April I7
Rogation Sunday, . . . . . . .. .May 15
Ascension Day-Holy Thursday, .. ..... .... May. 19
Pentecost-Whit Sunday, ........ .. .May 29
Trinity Sunday, ................ June 5
Corpus Christi . . . . . . . ... June 9
St. John Baptijt, .. . . . . . .. June 24
Michalmas Day, . . . . . . . ... Sept. 29
First Sunday in Advent,. . . . . Nov. 27
St. Andrew, .. . . . . . . .Nov. 3o
Christmas Day, .. . . . . . Dee. .5



THE SEASONS.
u.tI-r BLBjdJ. OeniT ltBlnuid&.
Vernal Equinox . . Mar. 20, Sh. P.M. Mar. 20, 4h. P.M.
Summer Solstice . lane 21, ah. P.M. June 1, oh. P.M.
'Autumnal Equinox . Sept. 23, 4h. A.M. Sept. 3, 3h. A M.
Winter Solstice . . Dec. ioh. P.M. Dec. t2, h. P..M.
Mountain oItaasi. Pua.l Sotada~d .
Vernal Equinox . Mar. an, 3h. P.M. Mar 20, ah.' P.
Summer Solstice . .. June 2r, I4. 4.M. June a2, moh. AM.
Antumnal Equinox . Sept. a3, h. A K.. Sept ib, A.M.
Winter Solstce . .. Dec. at 8h. P.M. Dec. 2a, 'h. P.Mi







ECLIPSES FOR THE YEAR.


IN the year 1887 there will be four Eclipses; two of the Sun, and rwo
of the Moon.
I. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OP THE MOON, Febniary 8. Visible entire
to North America and Pacific Ocean, and more or less to Sd6th America,
Chiuaand. Australia. Ocurring as follows:--

e.Lrn : Centr.I M.unWILKi
dLoablsn. itiodamd. dI Jaurd.
J. u. a. D. B. K, D. N. M.
Moon enters Penumbra ........ 8 M. 8 i i M.
Moon enters Shado .......... 8 4 14 M. 8 3 14 M. 8 2 14 N.
Midd;eof Eclipse .............. 8 5 8 42 M. 4 a M. a M
Moon leaves Shadow .......... S 6 30 M. 8 5 30 M. 8 4 30 M.
Moonleires Penumbra ......... & 7 43 M. 8 6 43 M. 8 5 4 M

Magnitude of Eclipse = o 436, (Moon's diameter= I).
II. AN ANNTULAR EtLIPsE OP THE SuN, February a. Invisible.
Visible in pat to the western coast of South America and the eastern
coast of Australia, and wholly to New Zealand and South Pacific Ocean.
Being annular along a line draw hfom a pomr south of Tasmania,
passing south of New Zealand, and terminating on the western edge of
Bolivia.
III. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OP THE MOON, August 3. Invisible.
Visible more or less to the world generally, except to North America.
rV. A TOTAL ECLIPSE OP THE SUN, August IC. rnvisible. Visi-
ble to the most of Europe, Asia and the Arctic Odean Being total along
a line drawn through Betlhu and Konigsberg, and running just, north of
Moscow and Yedo.

---oo Oo9---

MORNING AND EVENING STARS.
Msncvit will be Evening Star about March ;, July r, and October
a;; and Morning Star about April s7,. August z6, and IDecember 6.
VsNus will be Evening Star till September r; and Morning Star
the rest of.the year.
JUPITER will be Morning Star till April Is; then Evening Star till
November e; and Morning Star again the Test of the year.



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.
Domnica Letter ..... .............. B
Epact . . . . .. . . . .. 6
Golden Number . . . . . . . . . 7
Solar Cycle . . . . . . . . 20
Romah Indiction,.. . . . . . . '3
Julian Period .. .. ........ . . 6600







MOOrs PERIGEE A AEOGEE.

Eastern Central
Standard: Standard.

AN (. PERIGEE ...... 12d1 il. .... .2d. oh. M.
APOGEE.......28d. 2h. ;....... 28d. ih.M

F PERIGEE ...... 9d. 7h. ........ gd. 6b. nt.
F APOGEE .......24d. ih. A ........24d. oh. A.

R PERIGEE ...... 9d- 7h. A....... 9dg. 6h. A.
'A A APOGEE .......23d. 2h. A .........3d. ih. A.

APRIL. PERIGEE ...... 7d. 7h.'M......... d. 6h. M.
"" I.APOGEE....... i9d. gh. A........ 9d. 8h. A.

MAY PERIGEE ...... 5d. ih. A........ 5d. oh. A.
APOGEE....... ld. Ib. A........17d. oh. A.

SPERIGEE ...... 2d. '6h.'M........ 2d. 5b. M.
JUNE. APOGEE.......i4d. 7h. M......... 14d. 6hr M.
PERIGEE ......28d. 2h. 'M........ 2Sd. ,Ih. t.

"LTL. APOGEE....... 12d. ih. Is........ 2d. oh.M.
JL PERIGEE ......24d. -Ih.-rM ........24d. oh.M.

( APOGEE. ...... d. h A. '....: 8d.' 6b. A.
AUG... PERIGEE .......2od. 7.7h,A.. ... .-.20d. .6h A.


.SEPT. APOGEE ....... d. loh. hi...-... 5d. 9h: M.
PERIGEE ...... [d. 2h. M....... .. 8d rih. t

APOGEE..;... 2d. 5h.A........ 2. 4Ti. A.
*OCT. PERIGEE ..... 6d. h. A.........6d. oh. A.
APOGEE.......29d. 6h. A........29d. 5h. A.

-NOV. I PERIGEE ...... 4d. oh. M........ 3d. rih. A.
APOGEE.......26d. 4h. M.........26d. 3h.M.

DEC PERIGEE ...... I2d. M5........12Id., 4hbaM
EC* ( APOGEE.......23d. iob. A........23d. b9h.'A













MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. CHICAGO.
I1n SLannrdl Time 1 And aLera Dwhlaln. And Cenrdl Dirlelon.
FIRST QuARTR....... d. 7. aom.A.M. Id. 6h. zo0. A.M.
FULL. Moon ........... 9d. 5h. 32m. P.M. 9d-' 4h. 32m. P.M.
LA.sT QUARTER ....... 16d. ]oh. arm.A.M. i6d. gb. 22m. A.M.
New MOON ........... 23d. loh. In. P.M. 23d. gh. im. P.M.
1887 B08T. tA HI. BOSTON TIDE. I o N. Y. & PHILA. IEW YORK. TIDE!
D- a l z-~I i M 'lI- g(.i-1.r>,lr,. lim Loa nA ul n. -l Time. nanulLnIl Limo.
"- o SUN MOON Mor- Eve- ,P SuN MOON Mor- Eve
d W'k. R.&S R.&S. Ming. ning. a R.&S. R.&S. niog. ning.
I SA. -7 30 49'3 46 4 9 r' 251149 o45 I 8
S 14 39 morn 4 33 457 S4 44 morn i 32 I 56
3 Mo. 7 3 o 47 5 2 5 48 3 r 25 46 22 2 46
4Tu. 4 43 47 15 6 4 4 4 46 1 45 3 13 3 40
SWE. 7 30 2 47 7 10 7 39 57 25 z 44 4 7 4 35
6 TH. 14 43 3 49 8 7 8 33 64 4 3 46 5 4 5 32
7 FR. '7-30 4 5 9 2 9 3o 7 r725 4 4S 6 o 6 28
8 S.%. 14 45 5 55 9 57 10 24 834 50 551 6 55 7 20
9 r77 29 rises. 5r Ies.s 5 45 8' L.
oTMo. '4 47 5 58 r 4t ..... 0lr 4 52 6 2 8 37 9 3
11 TI. r7 28 7 9 o 6 o 30 11 -7 24 7 12 9 =) 9 53
12 lW. 14 49-8 21 55' 20 12s4 54 8 23 1o 171 o 40
13TH. r7 28 9 33 1 45. 2 1o 1 7 ?3 9 34 11 4 11 30
4 FR. s4 51 0o 44 2 35 3 14 -'4 56 1o 4411 57 .....
15 SA. 7 27 11'54 3 25 3 -51r r7 22 11 53 0 23 0 50
16 A -4- 53 morn 4 1 4 471 6s4 58 morn I iS r 46
17 Mo. '7 26 i 2 5 S 5'49 7 r7 21 1 o 2 16 2 47
18 Tu. '4 56 2 8 6 20 6 5r r8s5 I 5 3 IS 3 48
19 WE. 17 2 .3 12 7 21 7'-51; 9 r 20 3 9 4 iS 4 47
2oT r. .4 58 4 14 8 20 8'49 205 3 4 1 5 17 5 46
21 FR. 17 24 5'I 9 16 9 42. 21: 7 6 14 6 40
22SA. s5 6 310 7 0 o r,2 5 6 5 5 7 4 7 27
?3 5 '7 22 sers. 10 54 1. L5 "3r S sets. 7 48 8 9
24Mo. s5 3 5 49r 35 1l 54 24s5 S 5 52 8 31 8 52
251Tu. r7 21 647 .... 14 25r7 17 6 50 9 12 9 32
26 WE. 15 6 7 45 -. 34 o 54 26s5 10 7 47 9 51 0o ro
27 TH; r7 T9 8 '42 1 13 1 32 7 r1 15 8 43 10 28 i 45
28FR. s5' 8 9 39 -5T 2 10o 8 5 12 9 3911 411 23
29 A. r-7 17o036 2-29 243 r7 310o3511 44 ....
30 S '5 13 34 3 7 3 -'7- .35 151 33 o o 26
31 Mo. r7 15 morn 349 4 4 3 1217 il morn o0 t I













MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. : CHIOAGO.
lIa tlindardl Tme.) Andl Ercla L DtlaJ.I. And Crmtra Dlisun.
FIRST QUARTER...... d 3h. 7nm. A.M. i. 2d 27m. &..
F .LL MOON........... 8d. ib. 4m.A.M. 8dl. 41. 14m.A.M.
LAST QUArTER ....... t4d. 8h. 3 P.M. 14d.. h. 321. P.M.
New MOON .......... nd- 4h. 40111. P.M. 22d. 3Jh 40mr. P.M.
1887 BOBT. 4 OHI. B 010 110 TE. N. Y. A PHILA. NEW YORK TIDE.
S Lld Me.inTl i. Suard Timn I Local Mum Time. da m dahrd Time.
W Day -- N'- --- -
Sof SUN Mooa Mor- Eve- SUN MOON Mor- Eve-
WIt &k R.& S. ning. ing. R R.&S. m ng. ning.
S r7 14 o 033 4 37 4 r 0, 31 I 36 2 2
2 WI 5 15 I 33 32 6 2 5 9 i 30 2 30 '2 59
3 't r7 2 2 34 317 2 r7 9 2 3 3 29 3 59
4FR. 8 3 35 7 33 8 45 21 31 4 29 5 i
SA. 7 o 4 35 8 36 7 4 3' 5 33-6 4
S 5 5 20 5 32 9 35 1 4' 6S5 4 5 8 6 33 7 2
7 o. ry 8 6 24 JO 33 59 7r7 4 z 7 29 7 54
S Tu. 15 23 rises. 1 241 48 8S5 26 rises. 8 S 8 44
9 WE. -7 6 71 0 12 9 7 2 7 14 9 11 9 36
o0 TH. 3 5 26 8 26 36 1 I 5'S29 8 27 9 59 1o 2
I FR. 7 9 39 126 1 5 7 0 9 39 10 45 11 8
12 A. s5 2S 10 50 2 4 2 312S5 31 o 49 1 33 11 59
13 7 11n 59 3 3 3 8 3r6 57 57.... o 26
14 Mo. .-5 31 morn 3 56 4 5 33 n0 23
Tu.6 58 54545 654 i 2z 51 2 2
6WK.5 33 2 554 6 26 5 36 4 52 3 24
17 TH-. 6 55 3 7 o 58 7.29 17 r6 52 3 3 3 5 4 26
18 FR. sS 36 4 o 7 598 28 85 38 3 56 4 5 24
19 IA. 6 52 4 48 8 55 9 2 [9 49 4 44 5 52 6 j8
20 38 5 30 9 4410o 7 20 4 5 266427 4
21 Mo. -6 49 6 7 0 29 o 50 216 46 4 7 25 7 45
22 Tu. .5 41 sets. II 911222 43 ets 8 4 8 21
23W.r6 46 6341146.. 23 64 6 35 842 9 2
24 Tu. s 43 7 32 4 02 24546 7 33 9 =2 9 39
F r6 43 8 9 41 59 r640 8 29 9 57 1o 14
2SA. 15 46 9 2 I 1 3 5 48 9 25 10 31 10 49
77 A r6o 3920 24 1 54 2 1327 r6 38 0o 221 8. 28
S: Mo. s5 4 11-22 2 33 2 53285 5011 1911 49. **
.. .... .. ......... .. ........
.. .... ..... ..... ..... .. ... .... ...- .-- .....-
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K" R_" __ M A R CAH "
MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. CHICAGO.
(t SLndard Time.) And E.ri-rn DiAlio.. And C.,.rolI DihiLon.


FIBSr QUAraR....... ad.
FOLL hoon ........... 9d.
LAST QuaIRTBR...... i6d.
NsE MOON.......... 2Id.


188'?
Z Day
Sof
_ W'k.
I Tu.
2 WE.
3TH.
4FR.
SSA.
6 A
7 Mu.
8Tu.
9 WE.
zo TH.
I FR.
12 SA.
*3 J
14 Mo.
S5 Tu.

17 TH.
r5 FR
19 SA.
20 A
21 Mo.
22 Tu.
23 LE.
24 TH.
25 FR.
26SA.
27 s
28 Mo.
29Tu.
3o WE.
31 TH.


BOST. a CHI.
locaI Maon Time.
SUN MOON
R.&S. R.&S.
r6 36 morn
15 05 o 21
6 33 1 21
s5 53 2 20
r6 3 3 16
5 56 4 9
r6 27 4 57
s5 58 q 4
r6 23 rises.
r6 o 7 13
r6 19 8 29
s6 3 9 42
r6 16 o1 52
s6 5 1 58
r6 r3 morn
s6 7 I C
r6 9 56
s6 o0 2 46
r6 6 3 30
r6 12 4 9
r6 2 4 43
:6 14 5 14
r5 59 5 42-
j6 i6 sets.
'-5 55 7 20
s6 19 8 i8
r5 52 9 -6f
s6 21 0to 1
rg 4811. 14
sD z3 morn
r5 45 o 12


Sh. f.m. P.m. 2d. I. m. P.M.
3h. 34m. P.M. gd. 2h. 34m. P.M
lh. 42m. A.M. I6d. 7h. 421 A.M.
ih. omr. A.M. z4d. ioh. onm.A M.


BOSTON TIDE. N. &PHILA
8Lar.di T le Lol Meo. Tim..
Mor- Eve- S SUN Moon
ming. ning. R.&S R.&S.
3 14 337 '6 35 morn
4 I 428 25 52 0 18
4 56 -26 36 31 1 17
5 58 3' 4s5 54 2 16
7 5 7 39 51 28 3 12?
8 2 8 43 6s.5 57 4 5
9 '3 9 43 76 25 4 53
10 12 10 3 8'5 59 5 38
11 3 31 27 9 '6 22 rises.
1 50 ..... os6 i 7 1
o14 0 38 ir r6 19 8 :
I 2 1 26 2s56 3 9 40
i 50 2 15 1376 15o 49
= 40 3 5 I6 5 54
3 33 3 595 5,6 12 morn
4 28 4 58 16 6 7 o 56
5 29 6 1117;6 9 52
6 33 7 3 8 6 io 2 42
7 32 8 o 1i9 6 6 3 26
827 8 52o 6 12 4 6
9 15 9 3S 21 Y'6 2 4 40
10 010 20 -,2:6 14 5 12
10 39 0 58i 3 5 50 5 41
it i6 1 3.3 24 6 i6 sets.
11 50 i... ?"5 56 7 19
o 8 o.26 26.6 IS S 16
o 45 1 4 27 '5 52 9 14
1 23 1 43,12" 6 20 10 12
2 4 2.25 2'' 4911 10
246 3 93 6 22 morn
3 35 4 3 3r5 46 0 8


1


NEW YORK TIDE.
Sau r lnr Timo.
foIr- Eve-
ning niug.
o 12 o 35
I Co 26
1 54 2 24
2 56 3 29
4 2 4 35
5 8 5 40
6 ii 6 41
7 9 7 34
7 57 8 22
8 4S 9 13
9 36 9 59
10 22 10 45
It 911 35
. .... 0 2
0 30 o 56
I 27 I 56
2 27 : 59
3 30 4 o
4 29 4 57
5 24 5 49
6 13 6 36
6 57 7 17
7 35 7 5S
1 to 8 2b
847 9 7
9 25 9 43
o10 10 20
10 39 10 58
I 20 11 43
..... 1o
0 33 I 1


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MOON'S PHASES. 0OSTON. CHICAGO: "r
II. a&ndrd 'iime. AMtd E ai.-r DIvliloo. Aod Cern.al Dilaon.
FIRST QUARTER....... Id. 8h 5s1m..M. a d. 7h. 53s A;m.
FULL MOON .. ....... Ed. oil. 3gm. A.M. A d. I h. 391". P.M.
LASr QUARTERR....... J4d. lI. 4.m.P.. d Moh. mo P.M.
NEw MOON ........... 23d. 3h. 5m3m.. A.. zd sh. 53n. A.M:
FIRST QUARTER ..... 3od. 6h. om. .M. 3d1. 51. om. P.M.
1887 ODST. A CHI. BOS1TO TIDE. N.-'. & PHILA.. NEW YORK TIDE.
i D Local s ime. l d Fe.. L-I MeW u Time t I andErs lTime.
'3 of Sun Moon MAor- Eve- SUN MooN Mor- Eve-
SW'k. R &S. R.&S. ning. rmg. Q R.&S R.& S. mang. ring.
I Fi. r5 43 1 8 4 32 i5 r5 44 4 1 31 2 1
2 SA. A6 26 2 I 5 35 2 s 25 1 57 2 33 3 6
3 % 75 40 2 49 642 7 6 3r5 412 45 339 4 l3
4 Mo. 1 6 S29 3 33 7 50 8 22 146 27 3 30 4 46 5
S5 36 4 13 8 5- 9 20 5'5 38 4 49
6 WE. 31 4 51 9 48 o 16 626 29 4 50 6 46 7 12
7TH. r5 33 5 2-'81 42 11 5 7 r5 3 5 28 7 37 7 59
8 Ft. 6 33 rises. It 2s81 51 8s6 32 rises. 8 22 8 47
9SA. 5 3 8 29 ... 15 95 3' 8 6 9 13 9 38
to0 S 6 36 9 40 o 39 1 31 0o 34 9 3710 o 1022
11 Mo., ;5 26 o 47 I 28 1 53 11S r5 28 o 43 10 47 1 12
12 Tu. s6 3811 4 2 7 2 4126 36 r 44 t 38 ...
13 WE- 5 23 morn 3 8 335 13'r 25 morn1' 5 o 33
14 TH. j6 40 o42 3 4 32 14s6 38 o 38 1 2 1 31
15 FR. r5 2 1 29 5 I1 3' 1r5 22 1 25 2 0 2 29
1 SA. r6 47 2 9 6 1 6 30 16s 40 2 5 2 58 3 27
17 'r5 16 2 45 6 59 7 4 y7s i9 z 42 3 55 4 22
S hlo. 6 44 3 17 7 52 8 i6 18 r64 3 15 4 4 3
9 Tu. r- 13 3 46 8 39 9 z'95 r6 3 44 537 6
20 WE. 6 47 4 14 9 41.9 4 o6 44 4 13 6 2.6 43
21 TH. 1-5 o 4 41 1o 510 25 21 r5 31 4 41 7 3 7 22
22 FR. 6 49 5 7 10 44 11 2 2236 46 5 8 7 39 7 56
23SAA. "5 7 sets. ii 2011 39 2315 tl sets. 8 15 8 35
24 A 6 5i 8 91" 58 ... 24 648.8 6 8 55 9 5
25 Mo. '5 4 9 o '7 37 25'5 7 9 6 9 35 956
26Tu. r6 53 1o 8 o 58 19 26 6 5 0o 4 0 6 .ro0 3
27Wl:.rg III 4 1 412 27-?lr 4 r 0o0 58 TI 22
28Ttr. r6 561 1 58 2 28 252 28' 52 11 54 l 48 ...--
29 FR. r4 59 morn -3 '7 3 44 29 r 2 morn o1 .o 43
30 SA. i6 58 0 4 4 r3 4 44 30, 6 54 0'42 11 2 I 43
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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. CHICAGO.
(In Standrd Tima) An Elierm D01.1onM Ahd Centrki Dlrilia.
FULL MoON.. ....... 7d.' 9h. m.'A.M. rd. Sh. In. A.M.:
LAST QUARTER ....... ild. 3. 17m11. P.M. 4d. h. 17m1. P.M.
New MooN ........... 2sd. 6h. 5m. P.M. 22d. Sh. 5m P.M.
FIRST QUARTER...... 3od. oh. 1im. A.M. :rid. iih igm. P.M.
1887 BOOST. & CHI. BOSTON TIDE. l- N. Y & PHILA NEW YOR TIDE.
D y Iocal Men TimIB. bundand lime. I Local ta T'n.e. bondad Ta.T.
E Day -- -- ----- - -
Sof SUN Moon Mor- Eve- S7 SuN Mon Mlor- Eve-
a W'k. R.&S R.&S.. ning ing. 0 RSR.&S.&S. rung. ning.
1 1-4 56 30 5i6 5 48 i r 59' J' 27 2 14 2 46
2 Mo. s 0 2 ro 6 21 6 54 236 57 2 7 3 19 3 51
3 Ttr. 4 53 2 47 727 7 59 3 r4 57 3 45 4 3 4 55
4WE 37 2 33 "3 8 29 8 58 46 59 3 22 5 2 55
5TH. 1-4 50 3 58 9 25 9 5' r4 54 3 58 6 3 49
6 FR. -7 4 4 3310 17 o 43 6 7 I 4 34 7.14 7-38
7 SA. t4 48 rises. 11 8 11 31 74 52 iises. 8 85
8 S .7 7 S 2511 53..... 87 3 8 21 8 519 6
9 Mo. r4 45 9 32 17 0 42 9r4 49 9 28 94010 4
ioTu. 37 9 10 '31 7 r131 10s7 5 0o 2610 27 o' 50
II WE r4 43 1r 23 1 '55 2 20 11 r4 47 11' ir' 14 11 40
12 TH. IS7 -morn 2 44 3' 91lr7 7 morj..... -0 .7
13 FR -4 41 o 7 3 35 4 11i'r4 45 0 3 033 7 o
4 SA. s7 13 o 45 4 28 4 551r417 9 0 42 1 26 r 53
15 'r4 39 r 19 5 z22 49 15 r4 43 6 2 20 2 47
16Mo.'7 15 r 49 6i6 642 t6- 11 4 3 3 3 39
17 Tu. '4 37 2 17 7 8 7 33 17 r4 4 2 16 4 4 429
18 WE. s7 17 2 44 7. 57 8 21 I -7 13 2 44 4 53 '5 17
19TH. 4 35 3 11 8 43 9 5194'40 3 12 ; 40 6 3
2oFR. 17 19 3 39 927 9 49207 14 340-2 6 47
21 SA. '4 33 4 81 o io10 33 .1734 '38 4 10 7 8 7 29
22 A 17 21 sets. JO 5311 13 22 7 16 ses. 7 4 8 7
:3 Mo.- r4 31 8 2 11 33 11 53 23 r4 36 7 58 8 28 8 51
24 Tu. 7 23 9 o ..... o 5 24 J7 S 8 .56.9 14 9 36
25 WE. 4 30 9 55 o 38 I 1 2 lr43 35 9 58 go 20
26 Tu. msq 25 0 46 i 4 1 48 26. 7 20 To 42 10 43 1 7
27 FR. r4 2911 3 213 7 2 38 27 r4 34 11 7 1r 33 -..
28 SA. 17 27 mor 3 43 31 28 1 21 morn o 29
29 % r4 27 o 01 3 58 4 2 29 r4 33 9 057 *r 26
30 Mo. .7 28 o 50 4 59 5 `S 3017 2 o 48 T 55 2 26
31 Tu. r4 26 1 24 5 59 6 31 314 32 1 23 57 3 29














MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. CHICAGO.
(1n SHmidu Ten.) Anol E~umn DitMlon. And Cea~dl DOldon.
FuLL Moon......-.... d. 5h. 38m. P.M. d. 4h. 38m. P.M.
LAST. QUARTR....... xid. Sh. 35m. A.M. i3d. 7b. A35. AM.
New MooN........... ad. sh. 53m. A.M. zid. 4h. 53m. A..
FIRT QUARTR....... 28d. sh. Im. A.M. 2S-i. 4h. m. A.M.


1887

- o
a W'k.
s WE.
2TH.
jFK
3 FiL
4SA.

.Mo.
7 Tu.
8 WE.
9Ta.
io FR.
11 SA.
12 A
13 Mo.
14 Tu.
15 WE.
16 TH.
17 1F.
18 SA.
19 A
20 MO.
ao Mo.
21 Tu.
22 WE.
23 TH.
24 FR.
25 SA.
26 I
27 Mo.
aS Tu.
29 WE
30 TH.
"'. ...


BOST. CHI. BOSTO TIDE. 6
Lond Menu Timl. awnd.ml Tim.
SUN MOON Mor- LEv- R_
R.&S. R.&S. ning. ning. 0
r4 26 1 57 7 3 7 34 l
s7 30 2 3 8 4 833 2
'4 5 3 6 9 i 9 29 3
s7 3' 44 9 56 1 22 4
"4 24 rises. 10 47 11 111 5
57 33 815 11.3511 59.
-4 23 9 12 ..... o 23 7
s73510 3 0 47 10o 8
r4 23 1 431 34 1 57 9
57 36 19 2 20 2 4- lo
'4 22 i.51 3 4 3 27 11
17 37 morn 3 50 4 14 12
r4 22 0. 20 4 38 5 3; 13
4738 047 5 aS 53 14
r4 22 1 14 6 9 6 4 r5
s7 38 1 41 7 11 7 3, r6
r4 22 2 10 8 2 8 27
s7 39 2 41 8 5F 9 14 I
r4 2a 3 16 9 38'10 2, 19
s7 40 3 57 0o 26 1o 50, 20
'4 23 spts.- I 11 35 21
s7 40 8 42 i .,..! 22
r4 23 9 31 0 22 0 46 23
s7 401 o 14 10o 35 24
14 24 10 53 2 0 2 4 25
s7 40 1I 28 2 48 3 13 2:
r4 25 morn 3 40 4 7 !
s7 400 o 4 35 ; 5 28:
r4 25 o 33 5 37 6 8 29
s7 40 39 7 3
. .. .. .. .. .. . .... .


11. Y. A PHILA. ,NEW YORK TIDE
Lotal Mon lime. anJ.jd Utm..
Son MooN Mor- Eve-
R.&S. R.&S. niog. ning.
r4 3 1 57 4 0 4 30
7 25 2 32 5 0 530
r4 30 3 8 5 59 6 27
7 27 3 47 54 7 18
.4,29 rises. 7 42 8 -6
7 28 8 8 31 8 56
"4 29 9 7 9 21 9 45
S72 9 957 10 So 29
r4 26 10 39 10 51 1' 14
7 3011z 6 1 38 ...--
r4 28 j1 49 0 o 025
s7 31 morn o 49 1 13
r4 28 o 19 1 37 2 1
s7 32 0 46 2 26 2 51
r4 28 1. 14 3 17 3 42
'7 331 42 4 7.4 32
'4 28 2 12 4 5S !5 23
7 33 2 44 48 6 xz
r4 2S 3 19 36 37
s7 34 4 7 23 7 45
r4 29 sets. 8 8 8 31
7 34 8 38 8 55 9 s0
r4 29 27 9 4410 8
J7 35 10 I1 1 31 10 54
r4 30o10 5111 1911 45
I7 35 2] ... .. o 12I
r4 3o mornl 39 6
17 35,0 I 34.2 :4
r4 3' 34 2 35 3 .5.
7 35 9 3 36. 4 6
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MOON'S PHASES. BOSTON. ; HICAGO.
Ion S ndtrd Tma.) And E mtr DIwinoO. And CQelal Drdleon.
FULL MOON .......... Sd. *s3h. 34m. A.M. 5d. 2h. 34m.-.M.
LAsr QOARTR ....... 13d. Ih. 571mA.M i3d. oh. 57m. A..
NEW MOON.......... ad. 3h. Som. P.M. nod. zab 51m. P.M.
FliRS QUARTER...... 7d.: gh. 3om. A.:M. y2d. h. 3om. A.M.
1887' BOST. & CHI. BOSTON TIDE. | .-N:. Y.t HIIA. NEW YOIt:.
SD Lal Ma r Tim.. nand.nd. Time. Lonl MaM. TInm. .amndard Tim.
' co SUN MOON MOT- Eve- N SUN Moon Mor- Eve.
SW'k. R.&S. R.&%. ning. ning. LS R.&S.R.&S. ning. ning.i


J FR.
2 SA.
3 5
4Mo.


7 TH.
8 FR.

10 A
I lMo.
12 Tu.
13 WE.
14 TH.
ISFR.
16 SA.
17 A
18 Mo.
19 Tu.
20 WE.
21 TH.
22 FR.

24 A

26 Tu..
27 WE
28 TH.
29 FR.
30 SA.
3' a


9 10 2
to 5 3
ro0.55 4
1r 4L1 5
o 6
o 48 7
1 30 8
2 [I 9
2 5 10
3-33. ri
4 18112

5 57, 14
6 51 1
7 46 ig
8 4" 17
9 37 18
10 3JO 19
IIi 20
... .. 211
0 3 22
1 19 23
2 7 [24
2 55 5
3 4 26
4,43127
5 44, 28
6 49, 9
7 53 30
8 52,3'1


5 8
6 8
7 .2
749
8 37
9 24
ro '.6
rbo 45
ir 26

o 38



348
443
5 40
635
7 29
8 '3
9 5
9 52
10 38
1T 26

.0 45
r 41
2 -4
3 46
4 49
5 5














MOON'S PHASES. OSTON. CHICAGO.
(i. |i dud Ti-.) Adn L.-a DOitlon.' AnJ C-nll DiOlBtn.
FuLL MooN......****** 3d. 3h-. 40 P.M. 3d. 2h 4om. P.M.
LAST QUATER ....... ud. 6h. j6mr. p.. lid. Sh. 36m. P.M.
New MOON........... i9d. oh. 38m. A.M. ISd. I 1. 38m. P.M.
FIusr. QUARTER...... 25d. 3h..aim. PM. 25d. sh. 2im. P.M.


1881
P1 Day
.W. Wk

N1.
Mo.
.-2 Tu.
.3 W I.
4TH.
S;FR.
5 SA..
7 S
8 Mo.
gTu.
1o WE.
1s TH.
12 FR
13 SA.
4 A
15 Mblo.
iSTu.
17 WE.
)8 TH.,
19 FR.
20 SA.
2i3 rS
22 MO.
23 Tu.
24 WLc
25TH.
FR;
SA.

39 Mo.
.3P TU.
,31 WE.


BOST. & CRI.
L-a! Nam... T
SUN MOON
R.&S. R.&S.
14 52 2 40
17 '9 3 36
'-4 54 rises.
s7 1z6 7 50
-4 56 8 22
s7 14 8 51.
r4 58 9 19
17 E .9'4*
r5 o010 13
J7 8 o1041
r5 2 11
.7 611 45
15 4 morn
s7 3 0 25
-5 6 1 12
s7. o 3 6
P*S 8 3 7
6: 57 4 15
r 1I sets.
SR 54 8 2
-"S '3 8 37
s 5r 9 gI
5 15 9 46
s6 4 10 23
rS 1711 3
6 4411 47
r5 19 morn
r6 41 o 37
FrS 21 1 32
5q 38 29
*5. 23: 32 2?


BOSTO8 TIDL. |
dtiwd,.rd Inm.. -'
Mor- Eve.
ning. ning. 0
9 21 9 48
10 13 .37 2
I .o011 21 3
1- 41 ....*. 4
o I 0.2 5
o 41 r 60
.-18 1 -37 7
1 57 21i6 S
2 34 2.53 9
3 141 335 ro
3 57. 4 21 11
446 5 13'12
5 41 6 Io0' 13
40 7 1 114
7.43 8 14 i5
8 43 9:12 6
9 41 '0 9 17
10 36 i1 i8
I, 2511 49 19
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.0 35 o 59 21
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3 0 3 25 24
3 52 4 2I
4 52 5 24, 2
5 57 6 3027
7. 3 7.35 28
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SSUN MOON
RA&S. R.&S.
Y4- 56 2 45
T7' 3 4
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;7. '1 8 50
r5 9 8
f71 8 9 46
r5 410o14
s7 5 1043
r5 5 11 1'4
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s6 57 2 II
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s9 51 8 1
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)5 17 948
s6 45 0o 26
r51911 7
j6 42 i 5T
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Il6 39'0 42

75 253 36
6 36 2 33
r5 25 3 31


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niung. ning.
6. 19 6 46
7 10 .7 32
7 53.8 15
8 38 8 59
9 19 .9 39
9 58 to 1.5
10 32 10 50
II o 11 30
1 L- so .....
0 1 T 33
0. 56 1. 20
1 45 2 11
2 39 .3 8
3 38 4 8
4 39 5 o10
5 40 6 to
6 39-7 .6
7 31 7 55
8. 20 8 48
9. 11 9 34
9 57 FO 20
10 421 .5
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2 55 3 .28
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MOON'S PHASES.
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S.BOSTON. CHICAGO. .
Aid Butr.. DIIlaIoD. .ad Cennal Diiiton.


FUL MOON............ 2d. 6h. izm. .M.
LAST QUARTER....... rod. oh.' m. A.M.
NEW Moo n........... *id.. 9h. 'om: A.M.
FIRST QUARTER........ o4 h .oh.. .4m. A.M.


2d. sh, ]2m.A.M.
od. h. m.A.M.
1d. h. bin.M.
23d. Zsh. 4m. P.M.


1887
S Day
3 of
SW'k.
TH.
2 FR.
3 SA.
4 S
SMo.
o Tu.
7 WE
8TH.
9 FR.
10 SA.
II
12 Mo..
13 Tu.
14 WE.
slTa-,

17 SA..
r8 ,S/
19 Mo.
20 Tu..
21 WE.
22 TX.'
23 FR.
24SA.

26 Mo.
27 Tu.
28 WE.
29 TM.r
30 Fa..
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l ad II. 1J....
SUN MOON
.& S. R.&S.
rS 24 4 25
6 33 rises.
r5 26 7 2!
56 29 7 48
r5 zS 8 14
)6 26 8 41
r5 30 9 oI
. '23 9 43
rA 33 10 21
so 19 IL 4
r' 3A5 S52
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*S 37 0 48
Ih 1I2 1 51
',391 3 1
s6 9 4 14
'5 41 sets,
6 5.-7 7

s 2 8' 1
r5 4 8 59
X 55 9 44
r5, 48 so. 33
S5 54 ( 26
r5 5o morn
S5 51,o. 22
75. 52. I 20
55 471 r9
'S -54 3, '8
s5 44 4'16


BOSTON TIDE..
bLanfdmJ Tine. .
Mor- Ese-.
ning.' mng,,
o1036 10 56
11 .I5 r1 33
,I '51 .....
o 9 o027
0 46 1 4
1 22 1i40
1 -59 z2-i9
2 39 2 159
3 21 3 44

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6 9 -41
7 .4, 7 -46
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S9'-19 9 ,47
0o '1,591 41

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4 33 : 5
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'1r5z26 4 28
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3 r5:28 7.20
436 28 7 48
5'"5 30 8 15
6s6 25 8 43
7/"5 32 9 (3
8 S 21 9 46
1.9r5 34 'o 25
o s6. iSl: '8
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Iry 5 4? sets,
f816 : l5 7" ..
9 1544 7 44
2036 I 8 22
21 5.46 9 2
22?5 s8 9.4E
23 r5'-4 3O 38
24sS 55 tz 31
25 5 501mprn
26S5 5'; 0 26
27 r5; 52 i 24
28s5 44 2 22
29r5 54 3: 2C
5J 5, 44 4- 1.
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Randlrd T-6e.
Mor- Eve-
ning. ning.
7 32 7 50
8 9 8 29
8 49 9:8
9 26 944
10 2 10 18
o1 35 10 53
ir 1311 34
I't .56...:.
o..19 o 43
1 .8 ..T 35
2 4 ,2 35
3 6 .338
4 o 4 43
Sl6 -6- 47

7 0 4
7 59 8 :.
8 47 9 0
, 37 '9'59
10 21 10 45
11 [ o 11 36

0'i 32 ; ;2
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2 235 ;3 6
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4 37 5 5
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(In Sundard Tib.) And Hantln DIhloi. And reiMnr D.I.aw


FUrL Moor............ id. ioh. 47n. P.M. qh'. 47m. P.M.
LAST QUARER.,,..... 9d. inh. 5711. P.M. qL. oh. 7nr,. P.M.
Naw M oN ........... ,i6d 5h. 35m. P.M. abd 4h. 3111. P.M.
FrRST QUART ...... El oh. 46m. P.M. 23d. h. 46m. A.M.
FULL. MooN .......... 3jd. 4h 3;m; P.M. 3id. 3b 3m. P.M.


1-887 BOST. & OHI'
Lflbay LiMaa Tie..
Sof SUN MooN'
l W'L R.&S. R.&S.
I SA. r5 56 $14
2 SA 5 40 nses.
`3 Mo. r5 58 6 44
4Tu. s5 377 7 13
WE. r6 7 44
.6TH. 31347 l8
,7F r6' 3 8
.8 SA. 30 943
9 5 5- Io0 36
jo Mo.', 27 it aS
Ii Tu. 6 7 morn
12 WLE.sr 24 't 3.
r13 TH. Ir 6I r 48
t4 FR: s 20 3 1
SSIA. r9 a12 4 17
rrl a ^17 533
U7 Mo. r 5 sets.
1r8 Tu.r-. 14 6 S
i9 WE.r6 17 7 33
aoTFr. is T 8-24
ir FR. r6 20 9-17
22 SA. 8 10 a4
23 A r 22 1r'13
24Mo. 5 morn
aTu. r6 24 0 I2
iWE.;I 2 r II
i!7TH A.26 21 9
SPiR. 449 593 -
L2-' 29 4. 5


BOSTON TIDE.
*'Uld im Tin.
"Mor- Eve.
'fing.- ning
10 45 ITrr 3
II 20 11'37
if 55. .
o-013 o 31
o 50 g
1 28 48
5 9 '130

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4" 38 9
5 4' 14
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.7 3 24
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Buadaud. TIm,.
.Mor- tEve
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7 40 7 57
8;i4 8S3
S 53'9 12
9 30 -9 48
o 6 ro 24
io 43 r 3
1 25 V5 49
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o 40 r 8
1 37 2 7
2 39 3 12
3 45 4 '8

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5 47' 'Y.
36 7 58
823 8 4
9 15 9 39
10 2 10 26'
1o 50 olr 6
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3 8-3 37
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(In Bradmad Tlm) And E-lnt Drlcftn. And OCJml Dlaloe.
LAsT QUARTER ...... Sd. 8oh. am. p.. Sd. nh. zm.A.M.
NEW M n .......... .. r5d. 3h *S n LM. iSd. ah. Sm. .M.
FmIRT QuArrn ...... actL Sh. 43mnl .M. d. 4h. 43m. A.M.
FULL Moon ........... 'od oh. oronu&a.. 3od. 9h. 2or. a.m.
1887 BO8T. a HI. BOSTON TIDE. N. Y. A FPHILA NEW O.RIC.TIDE.
Imal M Tan. BtandI Um. alh ..a u- I amr. anrd 1n..
Day
Sof SUiN MooN Mor-. Eve- Suo Moon Mor- Eve-
SW'k. R.&S. R.&S. ing. nng. &. Rt&S. ning. ning.
i Tu. r6 33 rises. It 25 t 43 tr6 30 rises. 8 *po '8 40
2.WE.J4 53 6 19...... o. 2 ,ls4 566 23 9 o0 '9 21
3TEL r6 35 4 57 o 23 o 43 13r6 32 7 I 94110.-.o
4 F-. 4 S5 7 41 1' 3 r 24 444 53 7 46 o o01 41
SA. r638 830 1 47 2 10 56 35 8 35 IE 4 T 28
6.A s4 48 9 26 2 33 2 56 6s4 51 9'301I 53 ---..
7 Mo. r6 4 10o 27 3 21 3 48 2. r6 37 10 31 q 19 0.47
8 Tu. J4 4511 33 4 r6 4 46 8J4 49 1 36 t I6 45
9 WE. r6 43 morn i8 .5 9r6 3P morn 2 ,6 -2.4
To TaL. 4 43 o 41 622 : 54 os4 47 0. 43 3 20 3.51
i FR. r6 45 I 52 7 25 7:56 'pr6 42 53 4 22 :4 52
12SA. S4 41 .5 8 2 8..55 tr445 3- 5 5 2 52
1'3 r6 48 4 20 922 949 13r644 419 6 a 2 647
14 Mo. S4 39 5 3510o 17 10 43 14s4 4- 5 33. 71,-13 738
15 Tu- r6 50osets. It7 11 31 15r6 41' sets. 8 2 ;8 26.
6 WE. 4 38 6 56 .... 116 14 4r- 6.13. 8. 52: 9 19
17 T. r6 53 7 2 O 21 0 46 7 F1r649 7 7. 945 ldr;9
18 F -. 4 36 7- 59 -12 38 18 4 40 3 4 Io.33 io57
19 SA. lr6.55 3 59 3 2.28 9 6r 51 9' 3 11 3 231Se
20 S IrAIoi oz253 3. 20 4 3o10' 4.-...- o 017
21Mo.r6 58 *' II 344 '4 401rr6 s5l' 4II 43a 9
22 Tu. 4 33fioLi 4 37 5 5 4 36 moMn, 13 2. 3
23 WE. r 0o.o 0 5, 3. s 59 23 r6 56 o 3" z 3o I 57
3 7 r16 R z 3.2 30'3 57
24 TH. 4 o2 o 59 s 51 24s 37 P 0 3 23 3 48
2s F& r7 3 57, 7 69 7 41 2 r S 57 4 1'4'37
26 SA.. S4 3 2 55 5 8.28 264361 55 5 1I5 24
27 51r7 5.352 8'50 9 .27"7 o 351 47:6 To
z8Mo( s4 30 4 50- 9 34 ,9i56 28, 3 35 4 3 6 54
29gT .r7 7 5 49 1 '.7 4j43 29 '72 7 46 7 14 'Z 33
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(In BStadard Tide.) Aid .Emaer DIdlanI And nJe DivslBln.
LAST QUARTER....... 7cL, loh. I. P.. 7d. 9h. h. P.M.
NEa Moon............ I4d. ah. 2im.P.M. P 4d. Ih. aim. P.M.
FIRST QUARTIB....'... 22d. 2h. im. A.M. and. ih. sm. A.M.
FULL MOON....'....'... od. 311 14m1 A.M. .3od. 2h. 14m. A.M.
'88 7 O BUST. CHL.' I BSTO TIDE:. ... & PHILA.. NEW YORK TIDE.
SDay Lai L... Ti.m. baa..rd 1.m .. TI... Trm. .SBaidard Il...
of SuN MbooN Mor- Eve,1 Sun Moon Mor. Eve-
SW'k. R.&S. R.&S. ning.m R S. R.&S. ning. ning.
-jTH. r7 9 3711 .39..... i 7: 4 5 42 8 35 8 57
2 FR. 4 23 o 0 '0o zi .2s4 33 6 31 9 19 9 4
3SA. r7 II 7 20 o 43 '1 6 3'r 6 7 25 ro 41r ?5
'4 A s4 28 8 19 I 29 E 53 434 33 8 2310 47 It II
5 Mo. r7 14 9 23 2 6 2 4 57 9 7 136....
STu. J4 .28 0 3 3 '5 3 30 64 3310o 33 2z O 2
7 WE.r7 16 39 3 57 4 -5 77 10o t 41 56 1 24
8 TH J4 28 morP 455 5:25 4 33 morn 53 223
9 FaR; 7 17 o 49 5 55 0 2 97 7 -0 53 3 24
o1 SA 4 28 2 0o 57 7 29 os4 332 3 55 4 26
i .5 r7 r' 3 13 8, o 8 30 i -7 14 3 1 4 57 5 27
12 Mo: 4 28 426 8. 59 9.27 124 33 4 23 56 6 25
13 T. 7 21 5 39 9 55 2 37'5 35 535 37 19
14 WEK 4 28 sets;. 4 11: 14 r44 34 sets- 7 43 8 ,8
TH. 7 22 9. 17 7 5 45 8-34 9 1
SFR 4 29 40 3 o 28 4 45 927 951
SSA. r24 7 42 0 53 T' 17 r7 ;8 7 46 o 410 36
TI A s4 '29 8 45 r 41 2 5 8 4 35 8 48i. 59 22
19 Mo. 7 :25 9 47 2'28 2 50 19 -7 20 9 501 46.
0 Tu. 14 3o 47 3 12 3 35 204 36 o 49 :.10 o,34
WE. r7 261146 3 59 4.22 21 217 I41 1 0 58 O 12I
22 TFH. 4 31 -morn 4 46 224 37 mori. 1 45 2 10
23 FL r7 27 .4 37 23 77 22 0 44 235.3., 0
g' 0 44 2... "3, '-,.0
24SA. 4 32 2 27 653 4'38 r 413 2 3 50
25 : r. 2 2 4 7 i8 .43 2 r722 2 38 4 5 4 40
6 Mo. r4 34 3 8 8 8 8 33 64 39 3 5 5 5 5 29
27 Tu. 7 29 4 37 8 57 912 27 r7 23 434 554 19
28 WIs435 5.36 946101 2s4 40 532 44 7 '7
STH. r7 29 o 35 0 341:56 27 r 24 30 7 29 7 50
30 FRL J4 36 rises. ,I. 1S II:40 34 42 rises. & 12 8 36
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