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Otis Keene Diary, 1892-1894

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1892-1894
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:
UF00076636:00025

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Material Information

Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1892-1894
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:
UF00076636:00025

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
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    October 1892
        Page 47
        Page 48
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        Page 50
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    January 1893
        Page 73
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    February 1893
        Page 123
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        Page 125
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    October 1893
        Page 294
        Page 295
        Page 169
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    November 1893
        Page 181
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    September 1894
        Page 187
        Page 188
        Page 189
        Page 190
        Page 191
        Page 192
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    October 1894
        Page 209
        Page 210
        Page 211
        Page 212
        Page 213
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        Page 215
        Page 216
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        Page 222
        Page 223
        Page 224
        Page 225
        Page 226
        Page 227
        Page 228
    Notes
        Page 229
        Page 230
        Page 231
        Page 232
        Page 233
        Page 234
        Page 235
        Page 236
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    October 1894 (continued)
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        Page 271
        Page 272
        Page 273
        Page 274
        Page 275
        Page 276
        Page 277
    Back Matter and Notes
        Page 280
        Page 281
        Page 282
        Page 283
        Page 284
        Page 285
        Page 286
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    Back Cover
        Page 292
        Page 293
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gwrsnny.n a. Apply warmth an, traction to extremities.
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to stoitach), direct inflation may be tried. Take a deep
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or sptritg it teaspoonfuls, fresh air and quiet.
But ns and Scalds. Cover with Cooking Soda and
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or Linseed Oil, plain, or mixed with Chalk or Whiting.
Lightning. Dash cold water over a person struck.
Sunstroke. Loosen clothing. Get patient into shade,
and apply ice-cold water to head.
Mad Dog or Snake Bite. Tie cord tight above
wound. Suck the wound and cauterize with caustic or
white-hot iron at once, or cut out adjoining parts with a
sharp knife.
Venomous Insects Stings, &c. Apply weak
Ammonia, Oil, Salt Water, or Iodine.
Fainting. Place flat on back; allow fresh air, and
sprinkle with water.
Tests of Death. Hold mirror to mouth. If living,
moisture will gather. Push pin into flesh. If dead the
hole will remain, if alive it will close up.
Cilders in the Eye. Roll soft paper up like a
lamp lighter and wet the tip to remove, or use a medicine
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Acids. MURIATIC, OXALIC. Sp-u, agnesia
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riol). NITRIC (Aqua Fortis). Lime-water
Prussic Acid. Ammonia in water. Dash water in
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Carbolic Acid. Flour and water, mucilaginous drinks.
Alkalies. POTASH. LYE. Vinegar or Lemon juice in
HARTSHORN. AMMONIA. water.
Arsenic. RAT POISON. Milk, raw Eggs, Sweet Oil,
PARIS GREEN. Lime-water, Flour & water.
Bug Poison. LEAD. SALTPETRE. )Whites of Eggs
CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE. SUGAR OF or Milkin large
LEAD. BLUE VITRIOL. doses.
Chloroform.) Dash cold water on head and chest.
CHLORAL. Artificial respiration. Piece of ice in
ETHER. rectum.
Carbonate of Soda. Soap-suds and mucilaginous
COPPERAS. COBALT. drinks.
Iodine. ANTIMONY. 1 Starch and water. Astringent in-
TARTAR EMETIC. fusions. Strong tea.
Mercury AND ITS SALTS. Whi Eggs. Mi'k.
Nitrate of Silver. LUNAR CAUSTIC. Salt and water.
Opium. MORPHINE. ) Strong coffee, hot bath.
LAUDANUM. PAREGORIC. Keep awake and mov-
SOOTHING POWDERS or SYRUPS. ing at any cost.
Strychnine. i) Mustard and water, Sulphate
Tir y e.U V A. of Zinc. Absolute quiet.
iNCr.OF NUX VOMiCA. -Plug the ears.
























Bangor, Me ....... s 25
A t, Me. ...e.. a i
ertland Me......- 9
Boston, Mass........- x6
Newport, R. I..... -- 15
Providence, R. I. 14
Conord, N. H. ..... 14
New, London, Conn. i
l, Masss.... io
S. Vt...... -. a o
ord, Conn ..... 9
Mopetreal, Que....... 6
Alb;m; N. Y.;.. 5
New York NY ...- 4
Uficia N. ......... -- I
Phil ephia, Pa... i
Syrcse, N.Y. ..... 5
Baltimore, Md....... 6
Washington, D. C. ..-- 8
Rochester N. Y.....
Buffalo, N. Y........ 16
Pittsburg, Pa....... 20

Mountain Btandard.
ySo Longitude.
Denvar Cot......... .
Salt L City; Utah, + s28


Cleveland, umo 0.... 33
Columbus, Ohio ..... -2
Detroit, Mich ......- 28
Toledo, Ohio ........- 2
Dayton, Ohio ....... -23
Cincinnati, Ohio..... 22
Louisville, Ky ...... 18
Indianapolis, Ind..... 16
Chicago, Ill.. .........- zo
Milwaukee, Wis..... 8
Springfield, Ill....... -
Memphis, Tenn...... o
New Orleans, La.... o
St. Louis, Mo .....
Rock Island, 11 .... 3
Dubuque, Iowa -* 3
Burlington, Iowa....
St. Paul, Minn. -..... I
Des Moies, Iowa... 14
Kansas City, Mo..... x8
Galveston, Texas.... 9
Omaha, Neb 24

Pacifo standard
xIoo Longitude.
Sacramento, Cal. .... 6
San Francisco, Cal.. +


ui;;. ., -.... .I...~;, ..... .Moo



























NEWSPAPERS and Periodicals (regular publcattions) eatlb
mailed by .the public at the rate of 1 cent for each 4 ounces or
fraction thereof.
THIRD CL ASS.-Printed matter, in; asealed wrappers oady
(all matter inclosed in notched envelopes must pay letter races ,
I cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof, which mestsbe
fully prepaid. This includes books, circulars. chromats s et
gravinas, handbillft, lthograp h. music, paikphlets. proofe~t eat
and manuscript accompanying the same, reproduction-su t_ .,
electric pen, hektograph, metallography, papyrograph, ad,. w:-
short, any reproduction upon paper ;Uby Rn proce r it
handwriting and the copyIng-presc 14 te wejist *
except for a single book, which may m iay e le,.
FOURTH CLASS.-All mailable .,0tr not
three preceding classes whieh is so pi86f. to
be easily withdrawn from the wrapper an ~~|d i
cent per ounce or fraction thereof ..4m: ~ .
Full prepayment compulsory. '- .

MONEY ORDERS.
For Orders not exceeding 85 .... . .. .cents.
Exceeding $5 and liot exceeding $0 ... .
10 15 . . 10
S1-5 L S.. . .. 15
6 15 L ,, ,. 80 s ,, ,. I;
40 .. . 8t "

70 .." 80 . .
80" 1. . . .. .

When a larger sum than $T10 is squiired,add W
to make it up must be obtained.
^^^"*'^*\ ^ ^
























ST.To it#r letter, via 8a eloeo exemptt to New
B, Wales), 5 cents via Bie~l- 15 cents; newspapers,
wCs, Fraeisto, 8 eens* vt:i. 'rt 4 :ents. China, let-
i Frasciscov sents ia Ji ,, 18 cents, 4 cents
i paper nt weigahig o ve r 4e te. British India,
n letters 5 eent* -newspapers 1 tent for 2 ounces.
,ibtt~ vi -San Franaisco 5S enats, jBwpapers 1 cent for


VALUE' iN .UNITED STATES -MONEY
S OF T Ifi
_- R 0E G D OLD OR SILVER
STeIE lNTING RMStPCTIVELY THE MONETARY UNITS
u) STANDARD COINS OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

:.- Ihe jirst seetin'r of the Act of March 3, 1873, provides
litlat ,he valee IForeign Coin, as expressed in the money
d .if tt..Ynited 'States, shall be that of the pure
i of standLdd value," and that the values
itn circulation of the various nations
mated annually by the Director of
ed on the firstday of January by
ury."





















S*f & .lI.. w .. .
British America..
Cent'1 Am. States
Chili......... .

China.........

Cuba ...........
Denmark .......
Ecuador ........
Egypt..........
France.........
German Empire.
Great Britain....
Greece.........
H ayti...........
India ...........
Italy............
Japan.........
Japan.........
Liberia .........
Mexico ........
Netherlands ....
Norway.......
Peru ............
Portugal .......
Russia ..........
Spain .........
Sweden ........
Switzerland .....
Tripoli..........
Turkey..........
U. S. of Colombia
Venezuela .......


Milreis bf jood reis.
Dollar ..........
Peso ..............
Peso....... ......
( Shanghai.
Tae.. jHaikwan..
( Customs).
Peso. ............
Crown........... .
Sucre.............
Pound (1oo piastres)
Franc ............
Mark...........
Pound sterling.....
Drachma *.... .
Gourde ...........
Rupee of 16 annas.
Lira..........
Yen .............
Yen ..............
Dollar.........
Dollar...........
Florin............
Crown............
Sol ........... ...
Milreis of 1ooo reis.
Roubl. of zoo cop'ks
Peseta ofioocentim.
Crown..... ..... .
Franc...... .-...
Mahbub of.zopiast's
Piastre ...... ;..
Peso......... .
Bolivar...........


Gold ...... o 4
Gold....... oo
Silver:.... o &
Gold & silv. o 09 a'
S3'
Silver.....

Gold&silv. o 92, 6
Gold.. ..O.. o 26,
Silver..... o 69
Gold... 4 94"
Gold &silvs 'li
Gold......
Gold...... 46
Gold&s iv, o 19
G.od&s lv;96 o
Silver...- 33 a
Gold& silv. 4* 9
Gold...... o9.9
Silver... o0 7

Silver... .o
Gol& sijv. 0 4 a:
Gold.. o 6
Silver ..... 0o 79
Gold ....
Silver ..;.. 55
Gold &silv. '
Gold.... ... 6
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1
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iri "o j


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Arkansas...................... llL 177V
California.................... 1,208130
Colorado..................... 412,198
Connecticut e i...... ......... 746,258
Delaware .................... 168,493
District of Columbia......... 230,392
Florida ..................... 391,422
Georgia ....................1,837,353
Idaho ...................... 84385
Illinois ........... ........3,826,351
Indiana ................ ..2,192,404
Indian Territory. ......... ........
Iowa .......................1.911,896
Kansas....................1,427,096
Kentucky...................1,858,635
Louisiana.................... 1,118,587
Maine ... ....... ........ 661,086
Maryland..................1,042,390
Massachusetts ............... 2,238,943
Michigan ............. ....2,093,889
Minnesota .................1,301,826
Mississippi ................1,289,600
Missouri..................2,679,184
Montana .................... 132,159
Nebraska....................1,058,910
Nevada ...................... 45,761
New Hainpshire............ 376,530
New Jersey ............... 1,444,933
New Mexico ................ 153,593
New York..,................5,997,853
North Carolina..............1,617,947
North Dakota ............... 182,719
Ohio ........................3,672,316
Oklahoma .................. 61,834 .
Oregon ...................313,767
iPennsylvania............... 5,258,014.


197 301
1,624,615
996,096
1,648,690
9380,946

1,788 085
1,630,937
780,774
1,181,Y .
2,168,380
a9,3,i ,
452,0
62)2
346,991
1,131,11l
119,52
5,082,
1,899,1e
86,0Q
8,193,0E


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A 1^ 1 ......:.:. .... .... 1,655 980 1,512 6
on.... ......... 349 390 7 116
W nia. ..... ... 762,794 618,467
sn .... ... ;...... 1,686 880 1,31,497
....... .. ...... 60,705 20,789

oa Ppulatin of U S .. 62,622,250 60.155,783


IPro ua ioi or PIOc AL CoITIES.
25r000 AND OVER.

1890. 1880.
Atd ..... .... ... .... 27,601 16,512
Mri N. Y. ... ....94 923 907568
A I&*wn, Pa ............. 25,228 18,063
AsehelMy, Pa.. .......... 105,287 78,682
Akeotia, Pa........... .... 30,337 19,710
Atlait, Ga. .............. 65,533 37,409
burn, N.Y............. 25,858 21,924
Ag ,ta a. ............. 33,300 21,891
taiore, Md. ............ 434,439 832,313
Sit, Mich........ ...... 27,839 20,693
ngaipton, N. ........ 35,005 17,317
ii am, Ala. ........... 26,178 3,086
sta Mass. ... .. ~...... 448,477 862,839
brt Cot............ 48,866 27,648
ass ............. 27 294 13,608
,i.l N. .-....... ...... 806,343 5 6, 663
Y Y.. ...... .... 255,664 155,134
i Mas .... ...... 70,028 52669
Caton ........ ......... 26,189 12,258
t N. J. ... .. 58,313 41,659
S S. Ci ... .... 54,955 49
.o- .. = ,















ColumbusO, 0.. ....4......
Covington, Ky .... .........
Dallas, Tex ....... ........ .
Davenport, Ia. . .......
Dayton, 0................
Denver, Col. ................ 1
Des Moines, Ia. ...........
Detroit, Mich .............. 2
Dubuique, Ia..............
Duluth, Minn. ..........
Elizabeth City, N. J..........
Elmira, N. Y. ....... ...
Erte, P. ...............
Evansville, Ind.............
Fall River, Mass............
Ft. Wayne, Ind.............
Galveston, Tex...........
Grand Rapids, Mich ...
Harrisburgh,- Pa. ... ........
Hartford, Conn. ... .....
Haverhill, Mass...........
Hoboken, N J..........
Holyoke, Mass............
Houston, Tex. ............
Indianapolis, Ind............ 1
Jersey City, N.. J.... .. 1
Kansas City, Kan..........
Kansas, City, Mo. ......... 1
La Crosse, Wis.............
Lancaster, Pa. ...............
Lawrence, Mass...........
Lincoln, Neb ..............
Little Rock, Ark. .........
Long Island City, N. Y.....
Los Angeles, Gal. .......
Louisville, Ky. .......... .. 1
Lowell, Mass..............
LyL n, Mass... .............
a ster, N. H ......... .


88r1.50 .61,
37,371 29,7-29
38,067 6 0,51
26,872 21,8311
61,220 88 A
06,713 .35,
50,093 S2,48
05,876 -I161a4
30 311 22%2"
33,115 8,
37,764 28,229
29,708 20,
40,634 27,7 i
50,756 29,289
74,398 4I8 ,91
35,3983 *6A)S
9Q nQA_ Q0.0 09


18,
17,


55,
44


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( 1890.
Teni .;.. :.... .. .. 64,495
Iee Wi .......... 204,468
oli, M .......... 164,738
........ 81,076
,, .a.'. .... ......... 1,76168
4N. J.R .... ........ 181,830
w rdford, Mass. ...... 40,733
NJfw .aven, C(on........... 81,298
Orleans La. .......... 242,039
iw York, N. Y .......... 1,515,301
a .ae Cal...... ........ 48,682
OtTaha, Neb. ................ 140,452
Pr er, N. J ........... 78,347
Pawtucket, R. I............ 27,633
lPoria, 11. ........... ...... 41,024
Philadphia, Pa ............1,046,964
Pittsbuih, Pa. ............. 238,617
Port la C Me. ............ 36,425
Portland, Ore. ............... 46 385
Province, R. I............. 132146
Qucy, I1l. .................. 31,494
Reading, Pa ............... 58,661
Rkichond, Va................ 81388
Rochester, N. Y............ 133,896
Sacramento, Cal.............. 20386
Saginaw, Mich .............. 46,322
Saint Joseph, Mo............ 52,324
Saint Louis, Mo. ............ 451,770
Saint Paul, Minn. ........... 133156
Salem, Mass. .............. 30,801
Salt lake City, Utah ........ 44,843
San Antonio, Tex. ........... 37,673
San Francisco, Cal.......... 298997
Savannah, Ga. ............... 43189
Scranton, Pa................. 75215
Seattle, Wash............... 42,837
SiWx City, la............... 37,806
SoeWrville, Mass............. 40,152
Sp eld, Mass............. 44,179
, ..... ......... 31,895
se, y ............. 88,143
Wash. ........... 36,006
TSuto, Mass. .............. 6,4


1880.
83p592
115,687
46,887
29,132
43,350
136,508
26,845
62,882
216,090
1,206,299
21,966
34,555
30,518
51 031
19,030
29,259
847,170
156,389
33,810
17,577
104,857
27,268
43,278
68,600
89,366
21,420
29,541
32,431
350,518
41,473
27,563
20,768
20,550
233,959
80,709
45,850
3,533
7,366
. 24,933
83,340
20,730
51,792
1,098
21,213


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L oleCo, v. o..OO aW i
Topeka, Kan. ....31, 07 50 j
Trenton, N. J. ............ 57468 2#
Troy, N. Y.................. 60 956 747
Utica, N. Y. ................ 44007 839,14
Washington, D. C. .......... 230 ,92 177,624
Waterbury, Conn............. 28,646 17,806
Wheeling, W. Va. ........... 35013 80,737
Wilkesbarre, Pa............. 37,718 238839
Williamsport, Pa ............ 27,132 18934
Wilmington, Del. ............ 61,431 42,478
Worcester, Mass.......... 84,655 58,291
Yonkers, N. Y. ............. 32,038 18,892
Youngstown, 0.............. 33,220 15,435


LEGAL HOLIDAYS.
NoTs.-Sunday, July 4 and December 25 are legal
holidays in all the States. Other holidays in the different
States are noted below:
In most of the States when the holiday falls on Sunday
the Monday following is the holiday. Notes must be paid
on the Saturday preceding.
ALABAMA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22.
ARIZONA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, any day of thanks-
giving or general territorial election, or special election
called by the Governor.
CALIFORNIA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, Sept. 9,
Thanksgiving, a State or general election.
COLORADO-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, Thanksgiving.
CONNECTICUT-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, Sept. 1,
Thanksgiving, Fast day.
DELAWARE-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Thanksgiving.
FLORIDA-Jan. 1, Feb 22, any general election day,
Thanksgiving.
GEORGIA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, April 26, any Thanksgiving.
IDAHO-Same as Arizona.
ILLINOIS-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, Election Day,
Tbanlusgiving,











n.. Nt1nt .0, Thanksgiving.
sg--Jaast y 30, public fast, Thanksgiving.
t UCKYV$lh Feb. 22, public fast, Thanksgiv.
-LANA- and 8, Feb. 22, Mardi Gras, March
pNew O and Good Friday,
t Jan. It 22, May 30, Pubc fast, Thanks-
h.9A. ND-.hn. 1, Good Friday, Feb. 22, Thanks
: ng, or ge eira and Congressional election days.
MASSACHUSETTS--Feb. 22, Fast day, May 30, first
S:.: Monday in Sept., Thanksgiving,
IC~HIGAN--Jan. 1; Feb. 22, May 30, and any day ap-
'. punted by the Governor or President for fasting and
thanksgiving.
MINNESOTA-Jan. 1, Fet 22. Good Friday, Thanks-
giving.
MISSISSIPPI-Jan. 1.
.SKSSQUR.--Jaw. 1, Feb. 22, any general or State elec-
-tion day, any Thankagiviag day.
MON rANA--Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, public fast, and
. Thanksgiving.
tNEBRASKA-Jan. 1, Feb, 22, April 22, May 30, Sept.
1, public fast and Thanksgiving.
NEVADA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, and Thanksgiving day.
NEW .HAMPSHIRE-Feb. 22, Fast day, May 30,
Thanksgiving, or any day on which a general election
is hel for members of the Legislature.
NEW JERSEY-Jan. 1, Feb 22, May 30, Sept. 1,
Thanksgiving day, and any general election day for
members of the Assembly. When these fall on Mon-
day notes and drafts are payable on Tuesday; and
'when they fall on Sunday the Monday following is a
legal holiday, and bills become due the Tuesday fol-
lowin.;
NEW. AEXICO-Jan. 1 and all days for fasting or thanks-
giving. Notes due on holidays are payable on the
next business day thereafter.
NEW YORK-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, the first Mon-
day of-Sept. (Labor day), any general election day,
.veAvy Sa.turday from waon until midnight, which is
designated a half holiday, and any day appointed or












JPLtFJlJrSi %.tI[xkJJLLf l-JSut.& a JrCU. aWAd 3XU5y J-Ly, ATay
20, Thanksgiving. When legal holidays t re o SWe-
day the Monday following is a holiday, and ~iaes date
on that day are payable on. Tuesday. But when the
holiday is on Saturday, notes due on Sunday folkiwing
are payable on Monday.
NORTH DAKOTA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, Thank
giving, public fast, and general State or Nationa
election.
OHIO-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, Thanksgiving.
OREGON-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, first Saturday ia
June, public fast, Thaniksgiving, and every general
election day.
PENNSYLVANIA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Good Friday,
Sept. 1, Thanksgiving, Decoration Day. But if the
latter falls on Sunday the Saturday preceding is to be
observed as the holiday; and notes falling due on that
day or the Sunday must be paid on Friday, or protested
on that day.
RHODE ISLAND-Feb. 22, May 30, Thanksgiving,
SOUTH CAROLINA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, National
Thanksgiving, general election days.
SOUTH DAKOTA-See North Dakota.
TENNESSEE-Jan. 1, Thanksgiving.
TEXA3-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, March 2, April 21, and all
days appointed by -the President or the Governor as
days of fasting or thanksgiving, and every State election
day.
UTAH-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 24, and'Thanks.
giving and Fast days.
VERMONT-Jan. 1, May 30, Thanksgiving.
VIRGINIA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Fast day, Thanksgiving.
WASHINGTON-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, DecoraatonuDay,
Thanksgiving, days of general and speciall election for
State and National officers.
WEST VIRGINIA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, or aday of National
thanksgivirg.
WISCONSIN-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May .3, 'J~e 1.
Thanksgiving, general election day
WYOMING-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, Tbanogivig.









PR ESWNTIAL VOTE.-18 88.

.:; ;:POPULAR VOTE. BLKITOSAL
VOTE.

...t.. s se- r Pa r .r.

AIabaa.... 197 117320 es ..... 593 a 10
Aikansas...... 5975- 8596z2 613 612 .....I 7
alifornia....,. ra48z6 117729 .... 5761 8 ....
Colorado...... 50831 37345 1287 2190 3 .
.COneaticut.. 74584 74920 240 42341 .. .- 6


hllaware.....
Florida.
Georgia.......
Illinois........
lindiana.......
Iowa .........
Kansas......
Kentucky...
Louisiana....
Maine.....
Maryland....
Massachusetts.
Michigan .....
Minnesota....
Mississippi....
Missourn....
Nebraska.....
Nevada.......
N. Hampshire
New Jersey...
New York....
North Carolina
Ohio .........
Oregon .......
Pennsylvania..
Rhode Island.,
South Carolina
Tennessee.....
Texas ........
Vermont......
Virginiat.... ...
West Virginia.
Wsc n.....i

Total** ....


12973 16414
26657 3956r
40446 zo00449
370475 348371
263361 261o13
211508 179877
182904 102745
155134 183800
30701 85032
73734 50481
99986 io6x68
183892 151858
236387 213469
142492 104385
30096 85471
236253 261954
108425 80552
7238 5326
45728 43456
144344 151493
650338 635965
134784 147902
416054 396455
33291 26522
526091 446633
21969 17530
13736 65825
138988 158779
8828o 234883
45192 16788
150438 151977
78364 78916
176553 155232

54439925538558


136
7134
2604
9105
37788
622

1344


4555
o097

18589
4226

42

626
37
3496
363
3893



29459


434
85.52

146242


400

1808
21703
988i
3550
6779
5552
60o
2691
4767
8701
20045
15311

4540
9429
4x
1593
7904
30231
2789
24356
1677
20947
1251

6017
4749
1460
1678
595
14277

248272


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Multiply the principal by as many hundreds as there
are days, and
For 4 per cent........................ Divide by o
99 5 i I is 9 *
5. 6 .L ................. ...........
" 9 .. .. ....... .. .... .... .. 52
4 8 t ... ........ ...... .... 5
44 44 44 44 44
10 .. .... ...... 36
12 c .. ... . ... ......... 30

EXAMPLE INTEREST on $50 for 30 days at 4%.
50 x .30 = i5.oo, which divided by oo = i6? cents -the
required result.


FESTIVALS AND FASTS.
Epiphany .............. Jan. 6
Septuagesima Sunday . . Feb. 14
Quinquagesima- Shrove Sunday . Feb. 28
Ash Wednesday ... . .... Mar. 2
First Sunday in Lent . ... . . Mar. 6
St. Patrick . . . . . Mar. 17
Palm Sunday ..... April io
Good Friday . . . .. April 15
Easter Sunday ... . ...... April 17
Low Sunday ........ .. .April 24
Rogation Sunday . . . .. May 2;
Ascension Day-Holy Thursday . May 26
Pentecost Whit Sunday . June 5
Trinity Sunday .. .. .. June 12
Corpus Christi ... . . . .. June r6
St John Baptist .. .. . June 24
Michelmas Day . ..... Sept. w
First Sunday in Advent .. .. .. Nov. 27
St. Andrew .. ...... .. Nov. 30
Christmas Day . .... .Dec. 25













': the. year wr18 there will be four Eclipses, -two of
the Sun and two of the Moon.
1 : I, A TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, April 26. In-
visible. Visible to the western coast of South America
aad South Pacific Ocean
II. A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, May ii.
Visible more or less to Europe, Asia, Africa, western Aus-
tralia, South America, eastern edge of North America, and
Atlantic Ocean. Occurring as follows: -

Eastern Central
Standard. Standard.

Middle of Eclipse ................... h. &Im. A. Invisible.
Moon leaves Shadow ................ h. 37m. A. 6h. 37m. A.
Moon leaves Penumbra.............. 8h. 53m. 7h. 53m. A.

Magnitude of Eclipse = 0.959 (Moon's diameter = x).
III A PARTIAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, October 20.
Visible to North America, except to California and western
half of Mexico, to the northern part of South America,
West Indies, and larger portion of the North Atlantic
Ocean. Occurring as follows: -


Boston.............
New York.........
Pittsburgh.........
Washington ......
Charleston........
Cincinnati .......
Chicago........
St. Paul............
Omaha.............
St. Louis. .......
New Orleans...
Bismarck ..........
Denver.............
Salt Lake City...


Standard. Begins.

5. M.
Eastern ..... 0 7 A.
S ...... 0 5 A.
.... 11 58 M.
...... 0 5 A.
. 0 15 A.
Central ...... 056 M.
S 10 49 M.
.. 10 40 M.
...... 10 47 M.
...... 10 .53 M.
S .. 11 18 M.
S . 10 34 M.
Mountain.... 9 53 M.
.. .. 9 53 M.


Ends.

H. M.
3 8 A.
8 6 A.
2 58 A.
3 5 A.
3 11 A.
152 A.
141 A.
1 2,5 A.
1 22 A.
1 40 A.
1 50 A.
1 5 A.
II 52 x.
11 21 x.


IV. A TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, November
4. Invisible. Visible more or less to the north-western
portion of North America. Europe, Asia, Australia, east,
amn half of Africa, and Pacific Ocean.









Willb. Me do ... ...M 1''
A ji !E^^^ll^'^^o:^^ ^
16, September ii, and Decehmber. ,i
about March 0, Julyy8, and CNoyqmr a.- "
S'.VEUS will be Evening, S t'ji ..J A d
Star the rest of the year.

JUPITER will be Evening Star till Mardi -so the.
Morning Star till October 12; and Evening Star again ith
rest of the year.



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES,
Dominical Letters . . . . ... C. B
Epact . . . .. .
Lunar Cycle, or Golden Number : . . .. 2
Solar Cycle .. . . .
Roman Indiction . . .. '.. . 5
Julian Period . . . . .,


THE SEASONS.


Vernal Equinox,
Summer Solstice,
Autumnal Equinox,
Winter Solstice,


Eastern Standard.
Mar. 19, xoh. A.
June 2o, 6h. A.
Sept. 22, 8h. M.
Dec. a1, .h. M.


Montain Standard.
Vernal Equinox, Mar. rg, Sh. A.
Summer Solstice, June 2o, 4h. A.
Autumnal Equinox, Sept. 22, 6h. mi.
Winter Solstice, Dec. 2 'h. M.


Central Standard. *
Mar. 19, 9h. A.
June 20, 5h. A,
Sept. 22, 7h. .I
Dec. s., 2h. M.

Pa~cic Stangan.
Mar.' 19, 7h.A.
June o 20 :.. X,
Sept. as, 2 h s ,
Dec. a2x, 0Ik M


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EA51TEKN IANUAK x. Feet.
aart, Me. ............. .. ..... add 2 33 x8.2
Po nd, Me. ....................... 55 9.
Portsmouth, N ...... ........ 3 3 8.6
Salem, Mass.............. ... 2 54 9.2
Nantucket, Mass........ .......... 4 5 3.0
Vineyard Haven, Mass ....... ....... 32 i.6
Wood's Hole, South Side, Mass...... o 14 x.6
New Bedford Entrance
(Dumpling Rock), Mass. I ......... sub. o 20 3.7
Newport, R. I. .................... 33 3.9
Point Judith, R. I.................. 45 3.1
San:, Hook, N. J................... 3 4.7
Watch Hill, R. I.................... add o 44 2.7
Stonnington, Conn. ............... o 52 2.7
New London, Conn.................. 14 2.6
New Haven, Conn.......... ........ 2 57 6.o
'Throg's Neck, N. Y ........... 3 2 7.3
Cape May Landing, N. J........ o 6 4.8
Philadelphia, Penn................." 5 36 6.o
Blatimore, Md. ..................... sub. 1 24 1.3
Richmond, Va. ...................... 3 25 3.6
Beaufort, N. ..................... 35 2.8
SCharlest% (C, H. Wharf), S. C.... o 19 5.
CttiTRAL STANDARD.
Folr Pei ki (Savannah Ent.), Ga.... 21 z 6.9
Stvanmah (Dry Dock Wharf), Ga..... a6 6.5
A nine Fla. .................. o17 4.2
Ky West, F ........... .... add o 26 I.2
TEma hy ( ufmont Key), Fla. .... a 49 1.4
e Keys (- pot Kqeo), Fla. ...... 4 2 2.6

















Last Quarter, . 2d. 10h. 2m. p.m. ad. Sh. kGim
New Moon,. . 29J. :13. i8m. a.n. 29. 10h. 8m. a.


1892 BOSTON & CHICAGO.
SBooT. TIDW.
SSun M-------- oos
R.& S. Morn'g Even'g a.
pA 4% f*. w. 0. h. i. A. 1.
I Fr r7 30 ... o 18 6 12
2 Sa s4 39 044 1 9 7 26
3 r7 30 x 33 I 57 8 42
4 Mo S4 41 2 21 2 45 9 57
5 Tu r7 30 3 9 3 3411 .1
6 We s4 43 3 5-) 4 25 m1orn
7 Th r7 30 4 52 5 21 o 25
8 Fr s4 45 5 51 6 21 I 39
9 Sa r7 29 6 52 7 24 2 53
10o 5 4 47 7 55 8 2' 4 7
x1 Mo r7 29 8 56 9 25 5 19
12 Tu s4 49 9 51 10 22 6 27
13 e 1-7 28 o 4 11 12 rises
14 Th s4 51 11 36 11 59 5 18
15 Fr r7 27 .... o 21 6 25
16 Sa s44 5 o 43 1 4 7 31
17 S r7 26 1 24 1 44 8 35
IS Mo S4 56 2 42 23 9 37
19 Tu r7 25 2 42 3 o 10o 38
20 We s4 59 3 19 3 39 t 38
21 Th r7 24 4 0 422 Imorn
22 Fr S5 I 4 45 5 8 039
23 Sa r7 23 5 33 5 59 1 41
-24 A $5 3 6 28 6 57 2 46
25 Mo r7 21 7 26 7 56 3 52
26 Tu s5 6 8 26 8 56 4 58
27 We r7 20 9 25 9 54 6 o
28 T1 s5 8 1o 23 1o 50 6 55
29 Fr r7 :8 iI 15 xI 4o sets.
30 Sa s5 11 ..... 4 6 22
311 r7 166 o 27 o 51 7 42


NEW YORK &" 'i.K.!.A
1. Y. Y.Tis.
R a. Mora'g Eveng I. &
A h. A. n. A. I. .
x r7 25 9 17 9 42 6 8
2s4 44 O1 6 10 29 731
3 r7 25 zo 52 1 15 45
4,4 46 u 40 .... 9 59
5r7 25 o 7 o 33 iL1
6s4 48 o 58 I 24 jnon
7r7 r25 51 2 20 o 24
8s4 50 2 49 3 19 I 37
91 r 24 3 49 4 20 2 49
o1 s4 52 4 5 5 22 4 2
z r7 24 5 53 6 23 5 i1
12 S4 54 6 52 718 86 2
3 r7 23 7 53 8 8 rise
14 s4 56 8 32 8 56 5 4
[5 17 23 9 9 49 4 6 3
16 s4 58 o1 2 o0 21 7 5
17 r7 22 10 39 10 58 8 3,
18Iss I i 17 11 37 9 38
19 r7 21 11 57 ..... o 38
20 s5 3 o 17 o 38 11 37
21 r7 20 o59 1 21 morn
22S 5 1 43 2 6 O 37
23 r7 18 2 31 2 57 1 38
24 S5 8 3 25 3 54 2 4
25 r7 7 4 23 4 52 3 46
26 s5 io 5 22 5 53 `4 52
27 r7 15 6 23 6 52 5 St
28 s5 12 7 19 7 45 6 49
2 r7 14 8 8 1i 8 j6: sets.
30 s9 5 9 1 9 26 6 26
3x r7 r2 '9 49 o 121 7 4


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f*t" M. .O 6i.. d. 3h. 39m. a.m.
.4 -a. 3va.. p.. 14. hlb. 38m. p.am.
Gi 3 7. 1U l p.m. 20d. 6h. 1,.. p.m.
4. 4 d. 9h. 47m. p.m.
9T Ic OHICAGO. NEW YORK a& PHIIL.
iT .. h n. Ta.,. I N.Y.Taom.
St i--. Moon NSun ---.--- Moon
N. 8s. MYore'g vei n' t.8. .& .8; Mlor Even'g R. & 8.
44 k.t. k.t. 4a. ia. a A. fm. La. a. mh. m. .
4 IMar7 15 1 1 ,i 38 8 58 i1 r i1 10 33 10 54 8 59
Tu S5 15 52 2 22 10o 14 2 s5 18 xi 17 xx 41 1o 13
SWe 7ry 13 _2 45 3 8 11 30 3 r7 9 ."-. o0 5 1i 28
4 Ts 55 8 3 32 3 57 morn 4 S5 21a 3o o56 morn
Fr r 10o 4 25 4 5S o 44 5 r 7 1 24 1 53 o 41
6 Sa s20 5 26 5 59 1 58 6sS 23 2 24 2 57 1 53
7 r7 8 6 33 7 7 3 11 7 r7 5 3 3o 4 3 3 5
Mo s5 23 7 40 8 a12 4 20 8 15 26 4 36 5 9 4 14
gTu r7 6 8 43 9 14 5 2 t0 r7 2 5 4' 6 1 5 13
o We 5S 25 942 1o 9 .6.9 10os5 28 6 40 7 6 6 3
STh r7 3 10o 34 10o 566 .51 i r7 o 7 29 7 49 6 45
12 Fr sS 28. i ,16 1x 36 rises 12 s55 31 8 io 8 32 rises
13 Sa r17. i 55 ..... 622 13 r6 58 8 53 9 13 25
14 S 55 31 o 14 o 33 7 25 14s5 33 9 31 9 49 7 27
5 Mo r6 58 o 5-1 I 9 8 27 15 r6 55 1o 610o 23 8 27
a6 Ti S' 33 x 26 r 44 9 27 16 s5 36 10o 39 o 56 9 26
17 We r6 55 2 2 2 70 10 28 17 r6 53 1x 14 1x 33 1o 26
i8 Th s5 36 2 38 2 56 1 30 18 sS 38 rr .53 ..... II 27
9 Fr r6 5a 3 z6 3 37 morn ,9 r6 50 o 14 o 36 morn
xa Sa S5 38 4 o 4 24 o 32 20 5 40 0o 59 1 23 o 28
21 J5 r6 49 4 51 5 20 1 36 2 1 r6 47 1 50 2 I8 1 31
2a Mo s5 41 5 50o 6 21 2 41 22 5 43 2 48 3 19 2 35
p3 Tu r6 46 6 55 7 29 3 44 23 r6 44 3 52 4 26 3 37
4 We 5 43 8 2 8 35 44.1 24 5 45 4 59 5 32 4 34
a Th .6- 43 9 6 9 36 5 31 251 r6 41 6 4 6 34 5 25
Sr 45 46 1o 5 10o 32 6 13 26s5 48 7 2 7 28 6 8
a7 Sa r6 40 10o 57 i 20 sets. 27 r6 38 7 51 8 14 sets.
3 A85 48 1 43 ..... 6 35 2855 S 8 38 9 3 6 37
29 M 6 -67 o 5 o 27 7 53 29 r6 35 9 26 9 47 7 53
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l Moon, ....
Lat -Quarter, . .
New Moon, .

1892 BOSTON & C
Sf" u. BosT. Tir
SR& S. Morn'g Er
A k. w i. in. .

STu r6 35 o 49 1
2 We s 52 1 34 x
3 Th r6 32 2 2o 2
4 Fr s5 54 3 9 3
5 Sa r6 28 4 5 4
6 s5 57 5 9 5
7 Mo r6 25 6 19 6
8 Tu s5 59 7 27 7
9 We r6 22 8 30 8
io Th s6 I 9 23 9
11 Fr r6 x8 1o 9 Io
12 Sa s6 4 1o I0 11
13 S r6 15 11 24 I1
14 Mo s6 6 11 59 *
15 Tu r6 12 0 15 0
16 We s6 8 o 49 I
17 Th r6 8 1 25 r
18 Fr s6 o1 2 2 2
l9 Sa r6 5 2 42 3
20 : s6 13 3 27 3
21 Mo r6 4 20 4
22 Tu s6 15 5 24 5
23 Wer5 58 6 31 7
24 Th s6 17 7 40 8
25 Fr r5 54 8 43 9
26 Sa s6 19 9 40 10
27 1-5 51 1 30 o1
28 Mo s6 22 1 16 ii
29 Tu r5 47 ... o
30 We s6 24 o 22 0
3 Th r5 44 I 9 1


13d. 55m. a.m. 1384.. .'h.iam, a 5
21l. Oh. 16m. p.m. 1ld. 11h. 1a. ulr.
28J. 8h; 18m. a.m. (18d. 7h. 18m. s.m.
HICAGO. NEW YORK & PWILA
DB. N. N.. TIDE.
Moon N SunB- u oon
en'g l.& O R.& Morn'g rEen'g IL & .
m. .. A h. m. A. f . h. m.
ix 9 12 x r6 34 1o 8 1o 29 9 1
57 1o 30 2 s5 53 10 51 I1 14 16 27
44 11 48 3 r6 31 11 40 ..... zz 44
36 morn 4s5 55 o 7 o 35 morn
36 i 4 r6 28 1 4 z 35 o 58
44 2 14 6 S5 57 2 7 2 42 .2 8
53 3 16 7 r6 24 3 17 3 50 3 9
59 4 9 8s6 o 4 23 4 56 4 3
58 4 52 9 r6 21 5 27 5 55 4 46
46 5 26 io s6 2 6 2r 6 44 5 21
30 5 54 1x r6 18 7 6 7 26 .5 50
7 6 "8 12 s6 4 7 45 8 2 6 15
42 rises 13 r6 15 8 19 8 38 rises
7 19 4 s6 6 8 57 9 14 7 19
32 8 19 15 r6 xi 9 30 9 47 .8 17
7 9 20 16 s6 8 io 4 10 21 9 17
43 io 22 '7 r6 8 o0 38 io 56 io 18
21 I 26 i8 s6 i 11 15 r1 37 11 21
4 morn 19 r6 5 .... o 0 morn
52 o 30 20 s6 13 o 26 0 51 0 24
51 r 32 21 r6 I I 19 I 49 I 26
57 2 31 22 S6 15 2 22 2 55 2 24
6 3 23 23 r5 58 3 29 4 3 3 17
13 4 7 24 s6 17 4 36 5 9 4 r
I2 4 43 25 r5 55 5 40 6 io 4 39
6 5 13 26 s6 9 6 38 7 4 5 o1
54 5 41 27 r5 51 7.27 7 49 5 39
38 sets. 28s6 21 8 1i 8 34 sets.
0 8 4 29 r5 48 8 57 9 208 2
45 9 25 3o s6 23 9 43 10 7 9 a2
34 0o 45 31 r5 45 0 30 10 53 ro 4i


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_afl t -':; 'BOSTON., CHICAGO.
4. l.-. 44. 1. lh21. .m. 44. Oh. -1m. ;Am.
si .. .. 12. lh. 2a. a6 12d4. Oh. 26ma. m.
ILW, . . &h, Om. 2d. Oh. Um. l.m.
i .. . M. h.. 4m. p.m. 2 d. Sh. 46m. p.m.


lit


$ a

4 Mo
5 Ta
6 Wel
7 Th
8 FPr
9 Sa
10 l
Iz Mo
12 Tu
13 We
14 Th
SFr
6 Sa
17 1
s8 Mo
19 'Tu
2o We
21 Thh
i2 Fr
2n Sa


26 Tu
27 We


SSa'


OSTnO i& CHICAGO.
SBoor. TIRE.
,.f1P M orn'g Even'g R. & S.
AI. m, . 4. 's. w h s.

r5,42 I 59 2 25 morn
s6 27 2 51 3 2 0 o
r5 39 3 50 4 ;2 I 9
s6 30 4 55 5 29 2 7
r5 35 6 3 6 35 2 53
86 32 7 6 7 36 3 29
r5 33 8 4 8 29 3 59
s6 34 8 53 9 15 4 24
F5 28 9 36 9 56 4 45
s6 36 To 15 10 33 5 4
r5 25 0o 50 11 7 5 23
s6 38 11 24 11 40 rses
r5 22 11 57 ..... 8 14
s6 42 o 15 0 34 9 i8
r5 19 0 53 I z3 io 22
s6 43 1 34 I 55 11 26
r5 15 217 2 41 morn
s6 45 3 6 333 o 25
175 12 4 2 4 32 I 17
56 47 5 5 5 38 2 3
rS 9 6 zx 6 44 2 41
s6 50 7 I 7 46 3 13
r5 6 8X15 8 43 3 40
s6 52. 9 io 9 36 4 5
rS- 3: 1o I lo 26 4 31
s6 54 to 49 rcr z sets.
15' o01 .35 1i 59 8 i6
s6 56 .... o24 9 37
r4 58 o 49 1 16 [o 52
s6 591 43 2 io .1 57


NEW YORK & PHILA.
S N. Y. Tine.
SBun -- --- IMoon
SR.& 8, Morn'g Even'gR. & 8.
t A. in. A. m. A. m. A. tn.
i r1 43 Ii 19 1z 48 I 55
2 s6 26 .. o I8 Iorn
3 r5 40 o 49 1 21 1 2
4 6 28 x 53 2 27 2 0
5 r5 36 3 3 33 2 47
6s6 30 4 3 4 32 3 24
7 r5 33 5 o 5 26 3 55
8s6 32 5 50 6 13 421
9 r5 30 6 34 6 54 4 43
o s6 34 7 2 7 29 5 3
Sr5 27 7 45 8 i 24
2 s6 37 8 i8 8 36 rises
13 r5 24 8 55 9 13 8 i
4s6 39 9 32 9 51 9 13
155 2z1 10 10 29 10 x6
6 s6 41 o1 49 11 12 IT 20
x7 r5 i8 i 37 .... morn
8 s6 43 o 3 0 31 o 8
I 15 15 1 II 31 I o1
20s6 45 2 3 2 36 2 57
21 r5 12 3 9 3 41 2 36
22 s6 47 4 12 4 43 3 9
23 r5 9 5 12 5 41 3 38
24 6 49 6 8 6 34 4 4
25 r5 6 6 59 7 23 4 32
26 s6 51 7 44 8 6 sets.
27 r5 3 8 31 8 57 8 12
28 s6 53 9 22 9 47 9 31
29 r5 I 1o 12 10 38 10 45
30 s6 55 Ir 6urr 34 11 50
0 0 0*'l 0. e -6 0


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1892

O ^

I C
a Mo
3 Tu
4 We
5 Th
6 Fr
7 Sa
8 5
9 Mo
xo Tu
ii We
12 Th
13 Fr
14 Sa
15 's
x6 Mo
17 Tn
i8 We
g19 Th
20 Fr
21 Sa
22 a
23 Mo
24 Tn
25 We
26 Th
27 Fr
28 Sa
29 5
30 Mo
31 Tu


BOSTON & CHICAGO.
BOBT. TIDE.
Sun I---- Moon
l., S. Morn'g Uven'g tK.& d.
Ih. in. 4. IL. 4. oh. h. it.

r4 55 2 38 3 6 morn
s7 1 3 35 4 5 49
r4 52 4 35 5 5 I 31
s7 3 5 35 6 5 2 3
r4 49 6 33 6 59 2 28
s7 5 7 24 7 49 2 50
r4 47 8 12 8 33 3 o1
s7 7 8 54 9 14 3 29
r4 45 9 34 9 54 3 49
s7 9 t0 13 10 32 4 9
r4 42 10 51 xI 9 4 30
s7 12 zI 28 TI 48 rises
r4 40 ..... o 8 9 18
s7 14 o 29 o 51 1o 20
r4 38 1 14 i 38 ix 15
s7 x6 2 2 2 27 morn
1r4 36 2 52 3 i8 o 2
s7 18 3 45 4 '4 o 41
r4 34 4 44 5 14 I 14
s7 20 5 44 6 14 I 42
14 32 6 45 7 15 2 7
s7 22 7 44 8 12 2 31
r4 31 8 39 9 6 2 55
S7 24 9 33 9 59 3 21
r4 29 10 26 zO 52 3 52
s7 25 r1 17 II 42 sets.
r4 28 ..... o 8 9 38
s7 27 o 35 I 2 Io 37
r4 27 1 29 I 56 tI 25
s7 29 2 22 2 48 morn
r4 26 3 13 3 39 0 2


NEW YORK & PKILA.
S N. Y. TIDE.
sun -------- 'Mooa
R.a 3. M orn'g Even'g t. .
A 4. 1u. m h sA A. .

i r4 58 .... o 3 morn
2 s6 57 o 33 i 4 o 43
3 r4 56 1 34 2 4 I 25
4s6 59 2 33 3 2 1 58
5 r4 53 3 30 3 56 2 25
6 s7 2 4 21 445 2 48
7 r4 51 5 8 5 30 3 9
8s7 4 5 55 6 12 3 29
9 r4 49 6 32 6 51 3 50
1 S7 6 7 o1 7 28 4 1I
z1 r4 46 7 45 .8 3 4 34
12 s7 8 8 22 8 44 rises
13 r4 44 9 7 9 28 9.a
14 s7 9 949 o zi 1o 13
15 r4 42 10 33 10 56i 8
16 s7 II ii 21 11 481I1 56
17 r4 41 .... o 16 morn
x8 s7 13 o 44 I 13 o 36
19 r4 39 I 42 2 12 1 10
20 S7 15 2 42 3 12 I 39
21 r4 37 342 4 12 2 5
22 S7 17 4 40 5 8 2 3x
23 r4 36 5 36 6 4 2 56
24 7 18 6 31 6 57 3 24
25 r4 34 7 21 7 46 3 56
26 7 20 8 12 8 39 sets.
27 r4 33 9 7 9 34 9 3t
28 S7 22 10 o 0o 25 1o 30
29 r4 32 o1 50 i i16 z19
30s7 23 11 43 .... 57
31 r4 31 0o 1 0 37 Ifao


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|_____;_ CHICAc= ..
fe .we. SU. :g, Slm. a.a. 2d. Sh. 51m. a.m.
S . lot. b 4.. l. h. 32m. am.
ii p.. ITd. Sh. 1m. p.m.
. S. Ohi o .. 4d. Sh. om. a.m.
aqSroN & 'CHICAGO. NEW YORK & PHILA.
X ..- Bo TR. n N. Y. TID.
sj F Mn- Son Moon
R., s. :r MorBrn' J.on'g .& it. R. M orn'g Eien'g R. 8.
fi; a.i- A. w. A A *.m. 4. '. d A. AL. A. h. oA. 4. or.
---. .I-,

i W r4 25 4 4 4 30 o 31 I r4 31 1 3 1 28 o 27
Th s7 31 4 55 5 20 o 55 2 s7 26 I 53 2 i8 o 52
Fr r4.. 25 5 45 6 o 16 3 r4 30 2 43 3 7 1 15
s4a s7 32 6 34 6 58 I 35 4 s 27 3 31 3 55 1 35
r4: 424 7 22 7 45 1 54 5 r429 4 19 4 42 I 55
SMo 7 34 8 7 8 30 2 13 6 s7 28 5 4 5 26 2 15
7 T r4 23. 52 9 15 2 34 7 r4 29 5 49 6 12 2 37
8 We 7 35 9 37 9 59 2 59 8 77 29 6 35 6 57 3 3
9Th r4 23 t1 21 10 44 3 29 94 28 7 i8 738 334
o Fr S. 36 1i 6 1 27 rises I o7 3 7 59 823 rises
S$a r4. 22z i 49 9 .91 r4 28 8 47 9 11 9 2
12 s 7 37 0O12 o 36 1o o 12 S7 31 9 34 9 58 9 54
,13 Mo r4 22 I o 25 10o 42 13 r4 281 o 21 io 44 1o 36
i4 Tu 87 38 x 56 2 14 11 17 14 7 32 11 8 n 33 II 12
$15 We r4 ?2 2 38 3 a2 i 46 15 r4 28 11 59 ..11 ii 43
6 Th ,s7 38 3 263 5 morn 6 s7 33 0 24 0 50 morn
z7 Fr r4 22 4 8 45 o i 17 r4 28 I 17 I 44 o 9
18 Sa 1 ,7.39 5 T4 5 43 o 34 18 s7 34 2 2 41 o 33
4 .9 4 23 6 12 6 41 0 57 191 r4 28 3 9 3 38 o 58
20 Mo s7 40 7 II 7 41 I 22 20S7 34 4 7 4 37 I 24
at Tu r4 23 8 ix 8 41 1 50 21 r4 29 5 8 5 39 54
2a Ws 97 409 I 9 41 2 25 22 S7 35 6 1o 6 39 2 30
a Th r4, 24 10o i 1o 38 3 7 23 r4 29 7 6 7 33 3 13
24 Fr s5 S7 r. 5i11 31 sets. 24s7 35 8 o 8 26 sets.
25 Sa r4 24 57 *1 9 6 25 r4 30 8 54 9 21 9 IO
s6 s 7 40 0 23 o 48 9 58 26s7 35 9 46 io io 9 53
37 Mo r4 25 i 13.1.37 o 31 27 [4 31 1o 32 io 54 io 27
aS Tui 57 40 2 0 2 22 lo 57 28s7 35ir 16 iI 39 10 54
9 We r4 6 243 9 3 3 1 ro4 3 0 1 17
Th 7 40 3 25 346 39 30S7 35 0o 23 0o 45 1t 38
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x Fr
2 Sa
3 S
4 Mo
5 Tu
6 We
7 Th
8 Fr
9 Sa

11 Mo
12Tti
13 We
14 Th
15 Fr
x6 Sa
17 Z
i0 Mo
19 Tu'
20 We
21 Th
22 Fr
23 Sa
24 Z
25 Mo
26 Tu
27 We
a2STh
29 Fr
30 Sa


r4 27
s7 40
r4 28
s7 40
r4 29
57 39
r4 30
s7 38
|r4 32
s7 37
l'4 33
s7 36
14 35
S7 35
r4 36
s7 34
1-4 38
s7 32
r4 40
s7 31
r4 42
s7 29
r4 44
s7 28
r4 45
s7 26
1'4 47
57 23
r4 49
s7 21
r4 551


4 8
4 52
5 40
6 29
7 20
8 13
9 4
9 57
10 48
II 35

0 4()
I 32
2 17
3 3
3 50
4 42
5 42
6 47
7 54
8 59
10 0
10 55
11 42
0 5
0 49
.x1 28
2 7
2 44
3 21
4 2


4 30 II 58
5 i6 morn
6 4 o0 17
6 54 0 38
7 47 1 1I
8 38 I 28
9 31 2 2
10 23 2 44
11 12 rises
11 59 8 40
o 23 9 i8
I 9 9 49
1 55 o10 15
2 40 o10 39
3 26 11 2
4 15 11 25
-5 Ir 1r 51
6 14 mlorn
7 20 0 21
8 27 I I
9 30 I 48
10 29 2 44
11 19 sets.
S. 8 27
o 27 8 57
i 9 9 22
1 48 9 42
2 26 10 I
3 2 10 20
3 41 o0 40
4 25i1 2


i r4 32
2 87 34
3 r4 33
4 87 34
5 r4 35
6 s7 33
7 r4 36
8 s7 33
91r4 38
10 s7 32
II r4 39
12as7 31
13 r4 40
14 s7 30
15 r4 41
16 s7 29
17 r4 43
18 s7 28
19 r4 45
20 S7 26
21 r4 46
22 87 25
23 r4 48
24 S7 23
25 r4 50
26 s7 21
27 r4 52
28 s7 19
29 r4 54
30 S7 17
31 r4 56


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.2 38
3 26
4 17
5 9
6 2
6 55
7 43
8 31
9 21
10 7
10o 49
11 36
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2 40
3 44
4 50
5 56
6 58
7 49
8 3S
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II 20
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3 2
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4 43
5 34
6 29
7 19
8 7
8 56
9 44
10 28
11 12

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2 9
3 12
4 17
5 23
6 28
7 25
8 13
9 3
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10 24
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0 19
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8 34
9 13
9 45
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11 2
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11 54

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5 44 6 9 1 57
6 38 7 8 morn
7 38 8 9 0 35
8 39 9 8 1 24
9 37 o1 5 2 23
To 32 10 57 3 30
t1 20 11 42 .rises
. .... o 4 8 17
o 26 o 49 8 42
x xt x 32 9 6
1 53 2 1$ 9 30
2 38 3 1 9 55
3 25 3 50o1o 24
4 '8 4 50 10 59
5 23 5 5711 42
6 33 7 9 morn
7 45 8 19 o0 35
8 50 9 20 I 37
9 48 to r5 2 45
10 4011r 1 3 56
11 21 ii 41 sets.
'r 59 ..... 7 46
0 17 0 35 8 5
o 53 1 0o 8 24
I 27 i 45 8 43
2 3 2 21 9 4
2 40 3 o 9 27
3 21 3 44 9 55
44 8 434 1o 29
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217 14
3 r4 58
4S7 a1
5 r5 o
6 87 9
71r5 2
887 7
9r5 4
Iols7 4
ii r5 6
12 s7 I
'31r5 8
14 s6 59
15 5 o10
i6 s6 56
17 15 12
18 s6 53
19 r5 14
20 s6 50
21 r5 '6
22 s6 47
23 r5 i8
24 s6 44
25 r5 20
2 6 s6 41
271r5 22
28 s6 38
29 r5 24
30o 6 35
31 r5 26


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r4 52
S7 -18
r4 54
87 15
14 57
a7 713
r4 59
87 o1
r5 1
S7 8
r5 3
s7 5
r5 5
s7 2
r5 7
s6 59
r5 9
s6 56
r5 r
s6 53
r5 14
s6 50o
r.5 x6
s6 47
r5 x81
s6 43

s6 40
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r5 24


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4 Th,
g Fr:
6 iSa

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9 Tu
-I We
xi Th
ia Fr
13 Sa
14 S
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17 We
iS Th
S19 Fr
l Sa

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23 Tul
24 We
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26 Fr
27 Sa

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Mora'g Even'g E. & a.
So. s. A. a. Jr t m.

x 47 2 12 ir 32
2 39 3 7 morn
3 35 4 5 0 3
4 35 5 6 o 41
5 37 6 6 i 31
6 35 7 2 2 30
7 28 7 51 3 36
8 14 8 38 rises
9 2 9 25 8 14
9 47 zo 8 8 41
10 28 1o 48 9 .6
I1 9 11 33 9 32
11 58 ...1.. 9 58
o 23 0 49 10 28
I 17 i 48 11 4
2 21 2 55 11 48
3 30 4 6 morn
4 41 5 15 o 42
5 47 6 18 I 44,
6 47 7 Z2 2 51
7 33 7 54 4 1
8 15 8 37 sets.
8 57 9 i6 7 44
9 34 9 5 1 8 5
10 8 1o 24 8 25
10 40 1o 57 8 45
II 16 11 36 9 7
11 57 .... 9 31
0 19 o 42 1o
I 7 1 33 1o 35
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Last Quarter, . 13. 7h. 49m. a.m. 13d. 6h. 4m. a.
New Moon, . 2. 8h. 16m. p.m. 204. h 1le. p.m.
First Quarter, 29. lh. ]9m. a.m. 29d. Oh. 19m. a.m.


1892




Th
2 Fr
3 Sa
4 $
5 Mo
6 Tui
7 We
81 Th
9 Fr
io Sa

12 jO
13 Tu
14 We
i5 Th
16 Fr
17 Sa
18
19 Mo
201 TuI
21 We
22 Th
23 Fr
24 Sa
25 Z
26 Mo
27 Tut
28 We
29 Th
3o Fr


BOSTON & CHICAGO.
BosT. TIDR.
Bun I ----- I Moon
RB.& Morn'g Even's R. & 8.
ah.th. .mt. .m. m h. m.

r5 25 6 4 6 37 morn
s6 32 7 10 7 43 0 5
r5 27 8 15 8 45' 1 8
s6 28 9 14 9 42 2 25
r5 29 o0 9 10 34 3 35
s6 25 10 57 11 19 rises
r5 32 11 41 -.... 7 8
s6 22 0 2 0 23 7 32
r5 34 o 44 x 6 7 57
s6 18 I 29 i 521 8 26
r5 36 2 15 2 40 9 o
s6 14 3 7 3 351 9 40
r5 38 4 5 4 38 Io 29
s6 Ii 5 13 5 50 11 29
r5 40 6 27 7 2 morn
s6 7 7 35 8 6 o 36
r5 42 8 35 9 2 x 46
s6 4 9 27 9 50 a 54
r5 44 10 r3lro 34 4 1
s6 o o1 5'2 II 9 5 7
r5 46 11 26 11 43 sets.
S5 57 ..... o 6 47
r5 49 o 17 o 34 7 8
s5 53 0 51 I 9 7 30
r5 51 1 27 1 47 7 55
s5 50 2 7 2 27 8 26
r5 53 2 48 3 ii 9 5
s5 46 3 37 4 4 9 53
r5 55 4 33 5 5 o0 50
s5 43 5 38 6 x z 56


NEW YORK & PHILA,
N. Y. TIDE.
r1 Sun .- Tr' IMoon
R.& Morn'g Even'g R. & .
A A. m m. .A. m. r7h.
I r5 27 3 2 3 34 1mMr
2 s6 30 4 7 4 40 o 12
31r5 29 5 12 5 42 I 14
4 s6 271 6 2, 6 40 2 24
5 r5 311 7 6 7 29 3 39
6 s6 24 7 51 8 14 nses
7 r5 33 8 371 8 59 7 7
8s6 20i 9 21' 9 43 7 33
9 r5 35110 4 to 24 7 59
Io s6 171 o 4611 io I8 30
j r5 37 11 36 ..... 9 5
12 s6 14 o 4 o 33 9 46
13 r5 39 I 4 1 37 1o 36
J4 s6 Io 2 12 2 48 11 36
5 r5 41 3 2 3 59 morn
16 s6 7 4 32 5 3 o 42
171r5 43 5 32 6 o I 51
z8 s6 4 6 25 6 48 2 58
19 r5 45 7 91 7 29 4 4
20 s6 o 7 46; 8 3 5 9
21 r5 47 8 211 8 40 sets.
22 S5 57 8 58 9 '5 6 49
23 r5 49 9 321 9 49 7 1t
241s5 54 io 6;o 24 34
25 r5 51 Io 42 ,I 1 8 o
26 55 50 11 22 II 45 8 32
27 15 53 ... o 0o 9 12
28 S5 47 o 36 I 3 10 o
29 15 551 32 2 3 16 57
30 s5 43 2 36 3 9 morn
. I .. 0 9 .6 .. .0 1 6 &a ..a0


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4A R 94 -' CHICAGO.
lb. t. I i 64d. Oh. 11m. a.m.
k . 13 4. h. 3m. p.m. 12d. 3h. 87m. p.m.
I. i 1t. 4mt. pm. Od. Oh. 24m. p.m.
. 4. h 6m. p.m. 28d. 3h. 26m. p.m.


i si
.3 Mo
4 Tu
3 We
6 Th
7 Fr
8 Sa
9 5
10 Mo
xx Tu
12 We
13 T'h
14 Fr
xs Sa
16 &
17 Mo
18 TU
19 We
20 Th
a21 Fr
22 Sa
23
24 Mo
25 Tu
26 We
0s, T
28 Vr
s2 Sa
30 J
at' Mb


i"drSTON a CHICAaO.
BoaT. TIDE.
bun Moon
R.& S. Morn'g Bren'g RL.& .
Fi. mt m. h. Im. ih. m.

6S 57 6 44 7 I7 morn
s5 39 7 49 8 19 1 9
r6 o 8 48 9 15 2 25
s5 36 9 40 10 5 3 42
r6 2 Io 29 10 51 4 59
s5 33 x1 13 11 34 rises
r6 4 1z 56..... 6 24
s5 29 o 19 o 43 6 56
r6 6 I 8 i 34 7 35
S5 26 2 I 2 28 8 23
r6 9 2 56 3 26 9 22
s5 23 3 58 4 31 1o 28
r6 1x 5 4 5 38 11 37
S5 19 6 12 6 44 morn
r6 14 7 14 7 42 0 46
s5 16 8 8 8 33 i 53
r6 16 8 55 9 16 2 58
s5 13 9 36 9 56 4. I
r6 18 io i6 1o 35 5 3
s5 1o o1 52 xI 9 6 4
r6 20 11 26 11 43 sets.
s5 7 ..... o 558
r6 23 o 19 o 38 6 28
s5 4 o 58 x 19 7 3
r6 25 1 41 2 4 7 47
s5 2 27 2 51 8 40
r6 28 3 i6 3 43 9 42
54:58 4 II 4 4x zo 50
r6 30 5 1I 5 42 morn
84 56 6 14 6 45 o 1
t6'33 7 15 1 45 x 15


NEW YORK & PHILA.
Y N. Y. TIDE.
,M Sun Moon
R.& 8. Morn'g Even'g 8.
iA m. At. m. u. .. m.
1 r5 57 3 41 4 13 0 2
2 s5 40 4 45 5 16 1 14
3 r5 59 5 45 6,12 2 29
4 s5 37 6 38 7 2 3 44
5 r6 1 7 25 7 46 5 o
6 s5 33 8 7 8 30 rises
7 r6 3 8 54 9 17 6 27
8 s5 30 9 41 10 5 7 1
9 r6 5 1o 29 0o 55 7 41
10 S5 27 1 22 11 52 8 30
Ix r6 7 ..... o 24 9 29
12 S5 24 o 57 1 30 10 34
13 r6 9 2 3 2 36 II 43
14 s5 21 3 9 3 41 morn
15 r6 11 4 o1 4 38 o 50
z6 s5 i8 5 5 30 i 56
17 r6 14 5 52 6 14 3 o
18 sS5 6 34 6 54 4 2
19 r6 i6 7 12 7 30 5 2
20S5 12 7 46 8 3 6 2
21 r6 18 8 21 8 40 sets.
22 s5 9 8 58 9 17 6 3
23 r6 20 9 36 9 56 6 34
24 s5 6 1o 1610o 36 7 9
25 r6 23 1o 58 II 21 7 54
26 85 4 11 47 .... 8 47
27 r6 25 o 14 o 42 9 48
28 s5 I 1 1o i 39 10 55
29 r6 27 2 9 2 40 morri
30 4 59 3 12 3 42 0 3
3x r6 30 4 12 4 41 I 18


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New Moon, . . 19d. 8h. 19m. a.m. 19d. 7h. 19m. a.8.
First Quarter, . 27d. &h. 028m. a.n. !7d. 4h. 262i aID.


S BOT TID. N. Y TIDE.
S un Moon j Sun Moon
SM R.& S. Morn'g Even'g R.H. & B. & Morn'a Even'g R. a 8.
A h h. m. ., m h. in. A A. .m h. hn. A. in. /. nt.
1 Tu r6 34 8 13 8 39 2 31 1 r6 31 5 9 5 36 2 32
2 We s4 52 9 5 9 31 3 48 2 54 15 6 3 6 29 3 48
3 Th r6 36 9 56 10 21 5 6 3 r6 33 6 54 7 18 $ 4
4 Fr s4 49 Io 46 x 10o rises 4s4 53 7 41 8 5 rises
5 Sa r6 39 1x 34 - - 5 26 5 r6 36 8 30 8 57 5 3
6 s4 47 o o o 26 6 12 6 84 50 9 24 9 5 6 18
7 Mo r6 4x 0 53 1 20 7 7 r6 38 io 17 1o 44 7 14
8 Tu s4 45 I 49 2 18 8 12 8 54 48 11 12 11 42 8 19
9 We r6 44 2 47 3 15 9 23 9 r6 41 .... o 13 9 29
to Th s4 43 3 44 4 14 1o 34 io s4 46 o 43 1 1310o 39
x1 Fr r6 46 4 44 5 13 11 43 11 r6 43 x 42 2 II 1 47
12 Sa s4 41 5 41 6 9 morn 12 54 44 2 39 3 7 morn
13 a r6 49 6 36 7 2 o 51 13 r6 45 3 34 3 59 o 53
14 Mo s4 39 7 27 7 50 x 55 14 4 43 4 23 4 46 x 56
15 Tu r6 52 8 12 8 34 2 56 15 r6 47 5 9 5 31 2 56
16 We s4 37 8 55 9 15 3 57 I6 54 41 5 52 6 13 3 56
17 Th r6 54 9 35 9 55 4 58 17 r6 5o 6 33 6 53 4 55
18 Fr s4 35 xo 15 io 36 6 i i18 4 40 7 13 7 32 5 57
19 Sa r6 56 1o 56 1 151 sets. 19 r6 52 7 50 8 9 sets.
20 % s4 34 x1 34 11 54 5 4 2084 38 8 30 8 52 5 to
21 Mo r6 59 ..... 0 x5 45 2 5 r6 55 9 13 9 35 5 52
22 Tu 1 4 33 o 37 1 o6 36 22 84 37 9 571 o 20 6 43
23 We r7 1 x 23 1 47 7 34 23r6 57 1o 42 11 5 7 4r
24 Th s4 32 2 11 2 34 8 3 1241 4 36 1t 3o 11 55 8 45
25 Fr r7 4 2 58 3 23 9 49 25 r6 59 .... o 21 9 54
26 Sa 84 31 3 48 4 15 It 0 26 84 36 o 471 14 11 3
27 5 r7 6 4 42 5 So morn 27 r7 I1 41 2 9 morn
28 Mo s4 30 5 39 6 8 o 11 28 84 35 2 37 3 6 o 13
29 Tu r7 8 6 38 7 7 I 24 29 r7 3 3 35 4 3 i 25
30 We s4 29 7 35 8 4 2 40 30 54 34 4 31 5 o 2 39
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BOSTON & CHICAGO.
BDoT. TIDE.
Sun Moon
R.4 s. Morn'g Even'g R. & S.
t. . k. m. A.m. *h. m.

r7 io 8 32 9 o 3 59
S4 28 9 28 9 56 5 19
r7 12 1i 24 io 51 6 43
54 28 I1 19 11 56 rises
r7 4 ..... o 13 5 51
s4 28 o41 I 9 7 0
i7 i6 1 37 2 4 8 15
s4 28 2 30 2 55 9 29
r7 18 3 20 3 44 1o 38
54 28 4 8 4 33 I1 44
r7 20 4 58 5 23 morn
s4 28 5 47 6 ii o 47
r7 21 6 36 7 0 I 49
s4 29 7 24 7 47 2 49
r7 23 8 II 8 34 3 51
84 29 8 57 9 20 4 54
r7 24 9 43 io 6 5 58
34 29 0O 29 10 52 7 2
r7 25 Ii 14 Ix 36 sets.
s4 31 11 58 .... 5 28
r7 26 o 21 o 44 6 32
s4 32 I 8 1 31 7 41
r7 27 I 53, 2 x6 8 51
54:33 2 38 3 o 1o 1
77 28 '$ 23 13 46 Ii 12
84,341 4 I1 4 38 morn
7 .29 5 5 5 30 o 24
s4 35 5 59 6 29 1 37
r7 29 7 O 7 31 2 54
s4 37 8 5 8 36 4 x4
r7 39 ,9 7 9 39 5 35


N, CHICAGO.
i.p,^. 3d. 8h. 17m. p.m.
m. p.m. l]o Mh. 29m. p.m.
m. .m. 19d. 2h. 13m. a.m.
i. p.m. f6. Sh. 22m. p.m.
NEW YORK & PHILA.
N. Y. TIDE.
it Sun Moon
R & 8. Morn'g Even'g R. & 8.
h A. m. A. A. m. in.

1 r7 5 5 29 5 58 3 56
2 S4 33 6 26 6 54 5 15
3 r7 7 7 21 7 47 6 38
4 s4 33 8 13 8 42 rises
51-7 9 9I2 9 40 5 58
6 s4 33,o0 7 to 33 7 6
7r7 r7 1o 58 ii 25 8 20
8 s4 33 I 52 *. .. 9 33
9 r7 13i o i8 o 43 io 41
0 S4 331 8 1 32 i 46
S1 r7 151 57 2 21 morn
J2 s4 331 2 45' 3 9 o 47
13 r7 I6; 3 33 3 57 1 48
14 S4 34 4 21 4 44 2 47
15 r7 18 5 8 5 31 3 48
16 s4 34 5 55 6 I8 4 49
17 7 19 6 41 7 4 5 52
18 s4 35 7 25 7 46 6 56
19 r7 20 8 9 8 32 sets.
20 s4 36 8 55 9 19 5 35
2r r7 21 9 42 io 5 6 38
22 S4 37 10 29 10 47 7 46
23 r7 22 I [ O II 33 8 55
24 s4 38 1i 57 1... o10 3
251r7 23 o 2.1 451" 13
26 S4 39 1 10 I 35 morn
27 r7 23 2 I 2 28 0 24
28 S4 41 2 57 3 27 I 35
29 r7 24 3 57 4 29 2 51
30 S4 42 5 I 5 33 4 9
31 r7 24 6 5' 6 37 5 29


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7 We
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14 We!
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