Otis Keene Diary, 1905

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Title:
Otis Keene Diary, 1905
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
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 49963462
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
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    Title Page and Front Matter
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    January 1905
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    February 1905
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    March 1905
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    April 1905
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    May 1905
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    June 1905
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    July 1905
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    August 1905
        Page 153
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    September 1905
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    October 1905
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    November 1905
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    December 1905
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    Back Matter and Notes
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POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES.
sTArME 1900 1800
Alabama .................................1,828,607 1,513,017
Arkansas....... .............. .. .... .... 31,531 64 1,128,179
California................................... 1,85,053 1,208,130
Colorado............................... 39,700 412,198
Connecticut............................... 908,355 746,258
Delaware. .................... ......... 184735 168,493
Florida ............................ 628,542 391,422
Georgia ..................................2,16,331 1,837,353
Idaho........ .............. ..... .... 161,772 84,385
lUinoi....................... .... ...4,821,550 3,826,351
Indiana ....................... ..........2,516,462 2,192,404
lowa ............ .....2................ 1,853 1,911,696
Kanoa............................. ......1,470,495 1,427,096
Kenluckv ....................... 2,147,174 1,858 635
Lo Iianu n .............. ...... ... ....1,381,625 1,118,587
Maine................ ...... ..... ... 694,466 661,086
Malr'land.... ........ ..... ....... 1,190,050 1,042,390
Massachusaert................ ..... 2.805,346 2,238,943
Michigan .................... .........2,420,982 2,093 889
M innesoa ............ ... ....7... 1,71394 1,301,826
NMissi.i pp ...................... .....1,551,270 1,289,600
M1iuriun..... ......................3,106,605 2,679,184
Moniana ............... .. ............. 243,329 132,159
Ncbraika.................. .............1,068,539 1,058,910
Nevada. ...... .. ........ ..... 42,335 45,: 81
New Hampshire....................... 411,568 376,530
New Jerse........................ .1,883,669 1,444,933
New York .............................7,268,012 5,997,853
North CaohLa .................. .......1,893,810 1,617,947
North Dkola............................ 319,146 182,719
Ohio...... ............................4,167.45 3,672,316
Orecon................................ 413,536 313,767
Peniiylvania....................... ...... 6,302,115 5,258,014
Rhode Island........................... 428,556 345 506
South Carolina......................... .1,340,316 1,1511149
South Dakota............................. 401,570 328,808
Tennesee .............................2.020,616 1,767.618
Teras ..................................3,048,710 2,235.523
SUlh ................................... 276,749 207,905
Vermont............................... 343,641 332,422
Virginia...................................1,854.184 165.980
Washington................... .... 5.1 103 349,390
Wet Virginia.............. 958800 762,794
Wisconsin .................... ,09,042 1,686,880
Wyoming.............................. 9.2.531 60,705
Totl], 45 States.........................74,610,523 62,116,811
Tre R iTC.IIIB
Alaka................................... 63,441 32,052
Ari .ni ................................. 122,931 59.620
DiRt. oi Columbia.................. ..... 278,718 230,392
Hawaii.................. ............... 154,001 89.990
Indian Terrnory ....................... 391,960 180,182
New lMexnco............................. 195,310 153,693
Oklahoma................................ 398.245 61,834
T.oal, 7 Terriories .....................1,604,606 807,663
Abrid in service of the U. S.. .......... 89.670 ........
Indians, etc., on reservations. ........... ........ 145,282







POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL CITIES.


1900 1891)
Akron, 0 ..... ....... ... .......... ... 42,728 27,601
Albany, N V .................... .. 94,151 94,923
Allegheny, P. ......................... 129,896 106,287
Allentown. Pa .... ............ ... 35,416 25,228
Alioona, Pi. ................... ... . 38.973 30,337
Allanta, Ga ..... ................. .. 89,872 65,533
Alinict City. N. J........... ........ 27,838 13.055
Auburn, N. V. .... .. .................30,345 25,8568
AugwuLia, Ga .. 39,441 33.3010
Augusa, Me. ......... .... ...... 11,683
Baltimore. Md .............. .... .. .. 508,957 434,439
Bangor, Me .......... .......... 21,850
Bay Ciy, Mich. ... ........ ..... 27,628 27,839
Biyonne, N. I.......... ... ... .. ..... 32,722 19.033
Binghamton, N V. ............. .. 39,647 35,005
Birmin luhm, Ala ............... ...... 38,415 2b,178
Bonion, Ma .. ...... ............ .. 60,802 448,477
Bridgeport, Conni........ ... ........ 70,996 48,866
Brockton. Mass....... ........ ..... 40,063 27,294
Buffalo, N .... .......... ..... .. ..... 352,387 255,664
Burlingu.n. VL... ...... ..... ....... 18,6401 14,690
Butte. Mo .... ..... ... .... ........ 30,470 10 723
Cambridge. Mass........... .. ..... ...91,86 70,028
Camden, N. J.............. .. ... 75,935 58,313
Canoii, 0.......... .. .... ... .. ... .. 30,667 26,189
Cedar Rapids, la.................. .. 25,656 18,020
Charlevlon, S C.............. ........ 55,807 54,96655
Chlattrnour.o Te ....... .. .... 32.400 29,100
Cheluea, Matt......... ........ .. . 34.072 27,909
Chester, Pa..... .......... ..... . ... 33,938 20,226
Chicago, 1ll... ......... .... 1,698,675 1,099,860
Chcopee, is ........ ..... 19,167 14,050
Cincinnit., 0.... .. .. 325,902 296,908
Clevelind. 0..... ....... .... . 381,768 2C1,363
Colorado Spr.ini, Col.. ......... .. 21,0)56 11.140
Columbus, l ................. ... 126,5660 88,150
Council Bli.ffs. Ia ... ........ .. 25,802 21,474
Covington, Ky........ .... 42,938 37,371
Dalla4, Te ......... ......... 2,38 3,067
Davierport, la .. 35,254 2-i,872
Dayion, 0............. ... ...... 85,333 61,220
Denver, Col............ 133,a59 118,:713
Des Mooin-. .Ii.... ... 62,139 50,093
Detroil, Mich...... .. .. . . 285,70 205,876
Dubuque, a ....... ... .. 3.,27 3U.311
Dluh. l..n. .......... .. 52,96 33,115
Elizabelh. N ....... .. 52,130 37,764
Eairon. Pa........... ........ . 26,238 14 481
Et! Sr. Lo.u,, Ill... . .. .. 21,655 15,160
Eliura, N V ...... .. .... 35,672 30,893
Erie, Pa. ...... ...... ........... . 52,733 40,634
Eiansville, Ind.... ..... .. .. .. .. 59,1.07 50,766
Evereir, Mamss ............ ..... .... 24,336 11,068
Fall River. Mas..... ... ........... 14,863 74,398
Fiichburg, MIss.. .... .. ... .. 31,531 22,037 1
Fort Waine, Ind....... 45,116 35,393
Fort W'rth, Te.. ... 20,688 23,076







POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL CITIES.-CONTINUED.


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Galveston, e ........... ... .. ..... ;.789
Ulouceiter, hiss....... .................. 6,121
Grand Rapid., Mich................... ...87,65
Harrisburg, Pa..... .......... ..... 0,167
Hartford. Conn ....... .. ....... .... 79,850
Haverhill, Mass...... ...... .... 37,175
Hoboken, N J....... ..... .... .,364
Holyoke, M ai, .l....... ..... ...... ..... 45,712
Ho rton, Ten .... . ............. 44.633
Indanapolis. Ind. ........ .......... 19,164
Jackson, Mch....... .............. 25.180
Jacksonvdle, Fh ..... .......8... .. ,429
Jersey C.y, N J. I ... ... ......... .. 200,433
Johnstown, Pa.. 35,936
Joliet, ill.. ... . ... .... ..... . 29,353
Kan a Ctr,, Kan.... ... ........ .. 51,418
Kansas Cilry. No ..... .... .... .. 163,752
Knoxville, Tenn ...... ... ... 32,637
La Croje, W\.. ... 2.. ,895
Lanc.turr, Pa... .. ... .. ... ... 41,459
Lawrence, Mi; l ... ..2,559
Leung:.tn, Ky .. .. 26.369
Lnc.) Neb. .... .... 40,169
Little Rock. Aik .. ....... 3,307
Los Anueles. Cal .... .. ..... 102,479
Loutle, K ... ... 204,731
Lowell, M ...... ........... 94,969
Lynn, MNIt;. ....... .............. 8,513
Malden, lMas .. ... ...... 33,664
Mancheiler, N. H ... 5i. 087
McKemponrt. Pi...... 34.227
Memphi., Tenrn.. ............ 102,320
Mender,, Co .. ...... 24.296
Milwaukee, \e..... ...... .. 235.315
Minneapoli, M in .... ... .. 202,718
Mobile, .Aa... .... .. ........ 3 ,469
Montomery. Ala .. ....... 3 .346
Monrtel;er, Vt ... . ,26 66
Nashnille. Tenn ...... .. b ,8 6
Newark, N J... ...... ..246,070
New Bed[l.rd, Mi. .. 62,44.2
New BriLiin, Coun 25,998
Newcastle, Pj ... 28,339
New Haven, Ci,, .... 10.,0272
New Orleans, La.. 287,104
Newport, Ky.... .. ... ..... 28,301
Newton, Mhi, .... ... .... 33. 587
New Y\.:rk, NY ..1. .437,202
Noriolk, VI......... ....... 40.624
North Adams, MNL .... ..... 24,200
North apton, Mnis .... 1.l.643
Oakland, Cal............. ..... 6,9 00
Omaha.Neb ......... .......... ........ 102,555
Oshknsh, Wi..... ....... .... ...... .. 28,284
Passa c, N J................... .... 27,T77
Palenr n, N. J .. ..... ............. 1 ,171
Pawtucket, R I........ ..... ....... .... 39231
Peoria, HlI.............. . .... .. 56,100


101 .1i
29,084
24,651
60,278
39,385
53,230
27,112
43,648
35,637
27,557
105,436
20,798
17,201
163,003
21,805
23,264
38,316
132.716
22,535
26,090
32,011
44,654
21,567
55,154
20,874
50,395
161,129
77,096
55,727
23,031
44,126
20,741
64,495
21 652
204:408
lb4,738
31.076
21,883
4,160
76,168
191,830
40,733
16,519
11.600
81,298
242,r039
24,918
24,379
2,402,591
34,871
16.074
14,990
48.6S2
140,452
22.836
13.028
78.347
27,633
41,024







POPULATION OF PRiNCIPAL CI1 ES.-CONTINUED.

1? 1, 1130
Philaielpilu. a. ...... .. .... 1," Jd,t97 1,046,4" 4
Pittlburl Pa .......... . .. 321,61 238,617
PitifielM, M.a........... .... 21.,76 17.281
Portland. Me ... .... .. .. 5.. ,145 31.425
Portland, Ore ... ...... .. 1u,42f 4 .,385
Pro.idencc, R. I.... .. ... 175.5 7 132,146
Pueblo, Col ........... 2 157 24,558
Quincy, Ill ... ...... 36,252 31,494
Quinml a ............. 23,899 16,723
Rac.ne, W 1. ............. .. 29,102 21,014
Reading. Pa ............. 78,9 1 5 ,661
Richmond, Va ......... .. .. 5,050 81.3S8
Rochecrer, N. '... ... ..... 10C2,6'8 133.896
Rocklord, III .... ...... ... 31,051 23,584
kuiland, Vi......... . .. . 11,499
Sacramenro, Cal ...... .. ..... 29,282 26,386
SaginA Mlch .............. 42,345 46.322
SaLnt j[oph, Mo .. .. 12,979 52,324
Fain Lou., Ml ...... ... . .... .75,238 451,770
Sant Pa.l, ,lto,. ........ ;.. 3,0t 65 133.156
Salem, Mh.N ......... ..... . 3.5956 30,801
Salt Like Ctr, Ui"h.. ... .... 3,531 44.843
Sin Aniont.:, 1.i .. . .. .. .. .3.321 37.1;73
San Franci;wo, Cal.. ... . . ::42,782 290 ,997
Savannah, -,a ............. ... .54,244 43,189
Schenecriad, N V.. .... 31,682 19.902
Scran..n. P. ....... ....... ...... .1 2,".26 75,215
Seattle. Wa=l ........... .... ,1 71 42,837
Sioux City, la ......... .. .. .... 23 111 37,806
Somerville, Ma: ... .... ... .1.043 40,152
South Om jl.. Nb..... 211t,001 8,062
South Bend, I. d ... .................. 3.15,999 21,819
Spokane, Wash....... ...... :;,848 19,922
Springfeld, Ill ...... .... .... 34,153 24,9R 3
Spnngtield, Mass .... .. .... 2.059 44,179
Sprnnfeld. 0,...... ... .. .8,253 31,895
Supenc.r, W i ........ . .. ... 1,091 11,983
Syncuse, N. ... .... ......... 1(.8,374 88,143
Tacoma, W\ash ...... ... ........... 37,714 36,006
Tauinton. s ............... ... 31,036 25,448
Tene Hauie, Ind ...... ... 36,073 30.217
Toledo, 0 ...... .......... .... 1.11,822 81.434
Topelk Kan ........... ...... .... 33,608 31,007
Trenton, N. J....... ...... ....... 73,307 57,458
Troy, N. Y. ............. ....... .0,i151 60.956
Litca, N. V ................... ....... 56 ,383 44.007
Wakliham, blas .. .... ....... .... 23,481 16,707
Washington, D C... ............... 278,718 230,392
Waterbury, Conrn .................. 45,859 28,646
Wheeling, W' Va .... .............. 38,878 34,522
Wdlke barre, Pa....... ... .. ..... 51,721 37,718
illiamsport, Pa ......... ........ ... 28,7 7 27,132
Wilmngton, Del.................... ,508 1,431
Woonsocket, R. I .................... .. 28.204 20,830
Worccaicr. Maa .................... ... 119.421 84,655
Yonkers N. N ......................... 47.,31 32,033
York, Pa................................ 33,708 20,793
VounpntoAn, 0........ .................... 44,885 33,220








PRESIDENTIAL VOTE, 1900.


Alabam . .
Arkansas . .
California . .
Colcrado .. .
Connecticu. .
Delawre . .
Florida . .
Georgiaa . .
Idaho ......
Il noi .
Indana . . .
o a . . .
Kin.j" . . .
KenTu:ky . .
Lrui iana . .
Maine . . .
Mar L rd . .
lMa'sacihusetti
Michign . .
Mrinne.ta . .
M; isls.ppi . .
MhNuoar. . .
Monrana . .
Nebraka . .
Nead . . .
New HampAl're
New crey. .
Nc. York . .
North CarlIna.
North Dakota .
Ohio . . .
Oregon . ..
Pennr.lvania .
Rhode I land
Sc.uth Carolina .
South Dakoa .
Tennoiiee . .
Te a, . . .
Utah . . .
Vermont . .
Vtrginia . . .
Washington .
West Virgpint
Wiconsti .
Wyoming . .

Totals . .
Plurales . .


POPULAR VOTE.

Rep5ll1o ia. Deirr.lu FerIr.r,. I Lblar B Dem. Pual'log


53,66,

165.346

i02,5"2
13,oq



356,e-'4
2253"'
7,i04




307,', 8
S:5,452
'226,79.
13,928
65,475
136.212
238,. 66
316,26c.
58,7;q
5,.53
313,733
25,.5 3

3.24.
5j,203
ai, c.*C7
621,'r-':
1320,97

543,q'5




3',1t'
46. 5 6

3,66S ,

54.'53
123.3,4
120,4l3
47,o0"





5' .
I l5,6i:
57,45 S




,,214,22,
87 ,s.5


6,3b68 1.40'
61,142 564
124,620 5,024
122,733 3.7C0
74,014 1.617
168,65 540
28,26l 2.234
7,.353 1,3cf
29,414 857
Sc3,wI 17,0o26
q, Il 5 13,,17
2c-q,266 9.502
162,,f5 -
234, 0r 2,262
53,671 -
3o,5!-: 2,585
122,231 4,582
i56,9'7 6,2.2
2II,E.95 c,qi6
1i1,816 8,3,94
5 ,7,6 -
351,913 -
37,137 2-;t
113 .13 3,685
6.34. -
35,46 & 1,271
1r04.,5 7,i"3
6:0,336 22,013

1.51.7 :31
474,a8811 o,:3
5?.185 '2,536
4--i,22 27,13i
Iqot: 1,52:
a7,2.., -
3').554 i2.56
145,744 3,41
=t',243 2,tfl
4-.,941 20.'
o 7 1,03, I 2
14i6,0 2,153
44,935 2,3t3
c7,.'3r 1.g5S
Il*,25 10,1: 1
I: i4 -

6,.342.514 K1.',112


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INTEREST TABLE.

FOUR PER CENT.

TIME. I$1 2 63 $4 $5 $ 6 $7 S $9 $l6o l Siooolso1
I Dy. o o C. o o o o o c, o i If
3 o o o o o o 0o 34 33
5 o o c o o o 1 11 51 56
o10 0o j 1 o1 1 : 1 Ii
I Mo. o 4 i i 14 2 24 24 33 33 2 33
2 ** 4& I 2 21 34 4 1 54 6 j 67 6 6.7
3 2 3 4 5 6 7 b 9 1o I' C 0 oo
4 14 2i 4 i4 4 8 94 t" 12 134 1 33 13 33
6 6 4 6 1 12 14 16 iS 20 2 00 20 00
9 3 6 9 12 15 r8 2 1 24 27 30 3 00 3 00
I YR. 4 3 12 6 2) 24 28 32 36 40 4 00 40 co

FIVE PER CENT.
TIME. 1i $2 13 $4 S5 $6 $7 $8 $9 Sic $0oo1$ ioc.c
i D. o o O o 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 14
3 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 42
5" o0 o0 0 0 0 0o i I I 7 69
10 o o oo i I I i i i 14 39
1 M. i I 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 42 4 17
2 I 1 3 3 3 4 56 8 83 8 33
3 1 4 5 6 9 10 1 13 1 25 12 50
4" 1i 3 7 S 10 12 13 15 17 1 67 16 67
6 21 5 S ro [3 15 IS 20 ?23 2 50 25 00
9 31 7 1 15 19 23 26 30 34 33 3 75 37 50
I '1(. 5 10 15 21 25 30 35 40 45 O 5.0 500 'o50

SIX PER CENT.
TIMl. IS 5I2 13 $4 $5 s S3 $9 sic. r oo $ioc.o
IDY.O O O O O O O O O 2 1- I
5 0"D oo o o o 0 0 0 0 3
0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 I 5 ;

10 0 0 i I I I I 2 2 1 1 6
1 Mu. 4 I 2 3 3 4 4 5 0 500
2 i 2 3 4 q 6 8 9) 0 I 00 I0 oo
3 3 5 0 0 a 12 14 15 I 50 5 00
4 2 4 8 0 ~ 14 10 IS o2 20 o:, .. G
S6 3 16 2 15 IS 21 24 :2 30 3 00 30 o
9 9 14 i 23 12' 2 3 41 45 4 50 45 oo
SR. 6 12 iS 24 30 13 42 48 54 6o 6 oo 6o oo









INTEREST LAWS OF-ALL THE STATES,

AND D.AY O'" GRIAC3E.


STATES AiND
TB rF. I Trori e.


Al]bami.. .
A lair` .
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Arkoin) . .
L-Ci i.r- .ti . .


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Dii, ot -.ulumrb,
I lor;,la . .

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lli i c.[r.er'-n .
H.-:r Virg-ni .

il'Omrig ...


\i, No
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No No
No No

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No No
Ne. No


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Ni No
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No N:os


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No .u iin
1 iN per c[
NP.: I-oI
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6 :. p:r ci
SI:. per S CI

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6 10 perr 4(
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A Ni. li.; I
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6 No anir
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V 3o per c
6 te per a
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S r cr cr

i Ic pc' ci
S 12 pcI Ci
i I '. .r c
* Nu. mi
6 i -perci C

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7 i pr.r ci
1 i2 per C<
6 pi. r c
o i p-r C
S No 1.n.lr.
I i pir ci
6 6 prr c .
6 i per c
I o per c
6 i prcr c
S 12 per ci.


PENALTY OF USURY.




Non,: .


N i. . . .
Nuric . . .
Foik. on priircil
I orl'i ,A cl-ire ..-rerc: .
I crirt ji entire Inier-r .
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FI rei tible i an i. eixc. nr[.
FI .ti pr-. i i t . .er
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WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

MEASURE OF 14ENGTH.
4 In = I Hand. 3 FeeL= i Yard.
7.92 In.= Link. 5;j ds. = i RodorPole.
1I In.= I Cubii 40 Poles= i Furlong.
,a I..= Fooi 8 Fur =1 M;le.
f, Ft = Fathom 64l -6 Mile= i Degree.
Ga Geograph-iicil Miles.= I Dgrce.
17':.: Yards I
5-% Fee = Mle.

MEABURE OF SURFACE.
144 Square Inches = Square Foot.
9 Square FeeL = Sqlure Yard
3ol Square Yards = I Sq. Rod, Perch or Pole.
40 Squart Ru.d- = Square Rood.
4 Square Rood- = I Square Acre
Guner'i Chamn = 2 \ ads or ioo Links.
i.a Square Chains = Squire Acre.
640 Square Acres = Square Mile.
2,.i Square Feer = Square Rod.
43,56)o Square Feet = I Acre.
MEASURE OF BOLIDITY.
I'2S Cubic inches= i Cubic Fjoz..
27 Cubic Feel =I Cub;c Yard
AVOIRDUPOIS WEIGHT.
2:H Grains = Drachm(dr ior 2; Grains.
in Dractms= Ounce (io or 43-t
:6 Ounce:- = Pound (lb iorwa "
S FPounds = Quarter qr .
4 Quaners= Hundred-\eilght (rm.)
o C.r-i. = i Ton.
224o PF.undi = Ton.
TROY WEIGHT.
24 Grains = i Pennyweight, or 24 Grains.
20 Penrny)as = I Ounce, or 40
'2 Ounces = i Pound, or 57o60
APOTHECARIEB' WEIGHT.
20 Grains = i Scrople Drachma = i Ounce.
3 Scruples= Dnachm. 2 Ouncec = i Pound.
DIAMOND WEIGHT.
16 Part = i Grain (r-5rth Grain Troy.)
4 Grain.= Canr (3 a5th Grains Troy.)
1.- LIQUID MEASURE.
4 Gills -4rPin. 31~ Gallons= i Bairrel.
SPints = i Ouari. 5r Galloni = i Hhd.
4 Quarts = Gallon. 252 CGllonZ= i Tun
DRY MEASURE.
S Quarts= i Peck 8 Bushel; = i Quarler.
4 Pecks = I Bushel. 36 BuiheLa=I Chaldron.
i Bu;hel= 2sc..42 Cub.c li.che,.








WEIGHT PER BUSHEL OF GRAIN. ETO.


The following Table sho the numberof ponds per bushel required,
by laU or custom, in the ale of arnidle specified, in the several StatLe
of the Union.






rM aine..... ...... -.... .. 4A 45 s 0' 5 5 30 W- ..l 0o s .




Connecnicut ... ... I. 4 5I 2 ;.

Nc York ............ 48 a 5S .. 3 6 62 W I 4
Ne Jersey ............... S 6 5 4
Pennsy aniT ............. 47 48 ; 6 56 0s .. 6 ..
Delac1i re... .............. .. .. .. 56 .. t .. o. 0 ..
arNw Hlnd ............... I4 4l So .. 300 6, 6b 2. 6I416
Dist. Clumbia ............ .. 5(1 5 57 56 -6 -o70 5S. 6 l': 45
Virginia .................4i 4 .. 56 50 5 32 6o 56 l ., fl 6.i 45
We Virginia.............. 48 5 SO 56 4S' 32 (o 5o1.0 t100l. 45
North Caroli ........... 4.. 4S 5 54 . .. s0 -, 6. 4 4..4
South Carolina............. 48;S 56 56 o 5:. 1 3 5 0, .. 1 6 .
Georgia ................. 40 .. .. .. 4 57 5 6 6o .... 6 .45
Louisiana ................. 32 ... 56 .. . ... .. ......

Arkanias. ...............I 4 50 56 5 55 5: 321 6 5.6o .50 .ol f415
Tennes,.......... ...... ..8 53 .. 50 5 56' 32 60 56 o: r.2 6 45
Keinucky ............... 4 S .. 56 4 5 57 6 6, '5o .5 60 6' 45
Ohio ... .............. 4 5 s 5 s6 . i2 o 56 6 5.. 6Ir ' 45
;chi irgn ............... 48 4 So 56 .. 5 32 56 rl o~' o5 06. 45
Indiana .Ca.............. 48 50G 5 46 .. 3 .. 56w, o .. 6o 4..
llin Caroli................... 48 526 56 5 57 32 S6o j6 6. 5 o 6A ..
Gisconian ................ 48 .. 56 4.. 3 o 56 6o ro 4
Loinst inLa.... ...... 5 ..2 56 .. 3 5 .. .. ..
oArkan :...... ........... 48 5 S.. 56 5 32 60 56 6o5 S o 6045

linnoueri................. 4 54 .- 56 56 32 6o 5 60 6 45
Kan5a u................. 4o so 56 so 5 s2 1lo5 6! 0 o 5 60l I45
Nebrask.................. 4 5 56 3. 6o0 56 6 s 6c0 F 45
Clioriana ................. 5 40 .6 520 3 .. 54 60 ..
Oregono .................. 42 . 6 .. 36 566 ... I
Oregon... .... .. ......... 46 42 56 .. 36 60 56 60 ... 6o








HELP.I n case of .Accidents.


Drowning. 1. Loo'en clothing, if any. 2. Empty lungs of
water bi laying body on iii siomch and living it by the middle go thit
Ihe head hang do.%n. Jerk the body a few times. 3, Pull tongue for-
ward, u-ing handkerchief, or p;n v.ih string, it necessary. 4. Imirme
mrnii.:n io remiilraiion by alir rely comprerscng and e pardirg the I.:.er
rib:, Ih,,,it ti.ni tlm 3 minute. Alternately ra;:ng and li..Aering the
arnos irom the s.des up ab--,e the head aill s;imulate the actl.-n of the
lunc-. Leit be d:ne genilv but periiieraly. 5. Appl, "armih and
h-r ihon toe Alremi;es. 6. Byi h.ldine onlgne for ard, cl-.i'ig the no:-
Ir;l a tid pre: g the Adirri's ipple back (au is to clge enrrince to
ilCm ili', direct inrlation miv be tried. Take drep L-re3lh and brcalhe
it iricibly mini the nio.ilt oC puicni, cnrimpreis the che t to cvp.I the air,
and rcpc-,~ the operaiin. 7. DON'1' GIVE LiPI People h-ve been
simed il'ir Hrin.hs Gi patent, tigFrIoui effon. 8. When breailir.g bc-
i1ns, get pitenl into a warm bed, give w.ir.m drinks, or ;pu iii n ic -
tpo-rinul, fresh h air and quiet.
Burns and Scalds. Coier with Cookine S:d- and. la: net
cl-:h o,:r ir. hliir.- of E;si .aid Olive uil. Olice or Lmirieed Oil,
Fl[in or mi-td lwith '..alk or W\Vhairg.
Ligb tning. Dal-i c:.l maier ocer a person struck.
Sunstroke. I.~oieni clothing. Get puicnr into sh-de, iand apply
i c' ..Jcl -'n I.r It h .rJ.
Mad Dog or Snake Bite. T;ecord teiht als le oLdr.,d. Sick
the ..r..i aiii c.ulti:. : '. h ca-iifTc or whii-liOt iron at once, or cut
i. ii jijuijr.i r ; pirits ili a iirp kIude.
Venomous Insects' Stings, etc. Apply weak Amm.:.nii,
0:1, n-il Water, .:or lodne.
Painting. Flice fli on Lack; allow frech air and pir;ukle with

Tests of Death. Hold mirror to motlh. If 1;i;nc. moitiire
nil citlitr. Puils pin into flc.uh. li dead, the hole will remri , ilae,
at ..il cir.E-e tp.
Cinders in the Eye. Roll soi' piper up ;ke a lamp i;lihter
and ietl ihe tip to rrnove, or tie a medicine dropper to drAw it out.
huib the olzr eve.
Fire in one's Clothing. Don't rur-e:.C eClly not d.:.Tn
51il r .:-ut of d.:.cr-. Roll on carper, cr r ip in vo..-.ln rug or blanket.
Keep the he.id du n, ro a not 1t. inhale rlime.
Fire in a Building. Cruil on the l.:.cr. The clere:r air is
Ihe lc-:t in the toom. Cr. er head ruilt a w.j-oln iap, wc ii possible.
Cut hole lotr the Eyes. Don't get ecicted.
Fire in Kerosene. Don't ai. :.rtfer, it will spread the flinies.
Dit, 'apd or flour ai the best eXringuisher; or Emother stilll Molrn rug,
tjble-cloth orcr rpel.
Suffocation from inhaling BurnJng-Gas. Get into the
fresh air as oo,.n as possible and lie doun. Keep marm. Take Am-
m1'nla, twI ny drops to a tumblrr of water, at frequent ;tervalk.







ANTIDOTES FOR POISONS.

First. Send lor a Physician.
Second. INDtUCs VOMITING, by (;ckling throat with feather or
finger, drinking hot waver or slrang lMusard and water. Swallow
Sweet O;I or wi;tes of Lggs.
Acids are anidotes for ALKALIES, and vie versa


SPECIAL POISONS AND ANTIDOTES.
Acids. MsraTIc. Ok.A LI C.
AcirTc. SULPHURIC(OII of Vii-1 S.ap-s.dds, Magnesia, Lime-water.
riol). NriTRc(Aqua Forris).
Prussic Acid. Ammonia in water. Dish water in face.
Carbolic Acid. Flour and water, mucilaginous drinks.
Alkalies. POTASH. LAY Vinegar or Lemon juice ;n water.
HARTSHORN. AMMONIA. I
Arsenic. Milk, Raw Eggs, Sweet Oil, Lime-water, Flour
Rat Poison. ( and water.
Paris Green.
Bug Poison.
Lead.
tetre Sublimate. hie of Eggs or Milk in large doses.
Corrosive Sublimate.
Sugar of Lead.
Blue Vitriol.
Chloroform. Dash cold water on head and chest. Anficial
Chloral. respiration. Piece bf ice in rectum.
Ether.
Carbonate of Soda.
Copperas. Sonp-suds and mucilaginous drinks.
Cobalt.
Iodine. 1 Starch and water. Astringent infusions.
Antimony. ) strong tea.
Tartar Emetic.
Mercury ANn irtS SALTS. Wh;tes of Eggs. M;lk. Mucilhges.
Nitrate of Silver.
Lunar Caustic. Sal and water.
Opium.
Morphine.
Laudanum. Strong coffee, hot blui. Keep awake and
Paregoric. moving at any cot.
Soothing Powders
or Syrups.
Strychnine. I Mustard and water, Sulphate of Zinc.
Tinct. of Nux Vomica. I Abolute quiet. Plug th ears.







LEGAL HOLIDAYS.



In most Stales when tbe holiday fails on Sunday the Monday
following is observed.

Legal holidays In some States are observed as such only by com-
mon consent or when appointed by the Governor, and not by leglr-
latile enactment.


ALABAMA-Jan 1 and 19, Feb 22, Mardi-Gras, Good Friday,
April 26, June 3, July 4, Labor Day, 1 hankagivn.g, Dec. 25.
ARKANSAS-Jan 1, Feb. 22, July 4, Thankjgiving, Dec. 25
CALIFOkNIA-Jan 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, Labor Day,
Sept. 9, Thankigiving. Dec. 26, gen. election.
COLORADO-Jan. 1 Feb. 22, Arb.r Day, May 30, July 4, 1st
Monday in Sept, Thank'giving, Dec 2 gen. election.
CON N EC ICUT-Jan. 1, Feb. 12 and 22, May 80, July 4, Labor
Day. Thanksgiving, Dec. 25.
DELAWARE.-J i. 1, Feb. 22, May 80, July 4, let Monday in
Sept., Thankgining, Dec 25.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Inauguraton Day,
May 30, July 4, lit Monday in Sept., Thank-giving, Dec. 25.
FLORIDA-Jan 1 and 1l, Arbor Day, Feb. 22, April 26, June 8,
July 4, 1st Monday in Sept., Tlhanxigiing, Dec. 25, gen. elec-
inon.
GEORGIA-Jan. 1 and 19, Feb. 22, April 26, June 3, July 4, 1t
Monday it Sept., any Thanksgiving, lit Friday in Dec., Dec 25.
IDAHO-Jan 1, Feb 22, Arbor Day, July 4, Labor Day, any day
of Thanksgiiir.ng. Dec 25, general election
ILLINOIS-Jan. 1, Feb. 12 and 22, May 30, July 4, 1st Monday
in September, Thanksgiving, Dec 25
INDIANA-Jan 1, Feb. 22, public ast. May 30, July 4, 1st Mon-
d.y in September, Thanksgiving, Dec. 25, general election.
IOWA-Jan 1, Feb 22, May 3U, July 4, Ist Mondayin September,
Thankagiving, Dec 25, general elecuon.
KANSAS-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, public faith, July 4, 1st Monday
in September. Thunkcgivine. Dec. 25, general election.
KEN rUiCKY-Jan. 1, Feb. 2'2, May 30, July 4, pl.biic fah, Labor
Diy, Thanki-'iiag, Dec 26, general election.
LOUISIANA-J n. and 8, Feb 22, Mardt.Grai in New Orleans,
Good Friday, April 6, June 3, July 4, All Saints Day, Thaukagiv-
inz, Dec. 21, general elecuon
MAINE-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, public fati, July 4, 1st Monday
in September, Thank gimi., Dec 25.
MAIRYLAN D-Jan. 1, Feb 22, Good Friday, May 80, July 4, let
Monday in September, Thank-giving Dec. 25, general election.
MASSACHUSETTS-Feb 22. April I1, May 3U, July 4, las Man-
day in Sept., Thanksgiving, Dec 25.
MICHIGAN-Jan. 1, Ieb 22. May 30. July 4, 1st Mon in Sept,
Dec 25. Fasting and Thanksan.rng Day.
MINNESOTA-Jan 1, Feb 12 and22. Good Fridav. May 30, July
4. Ist Mcnday in September, Thankgiving, Dec '25, Arbor Day,
general election
MISSiSSIPPI-Jan. 1, April 26. July 4. Thanksgiving, Dec 25.
MISSOURl-Jan. 1. Feb 22, May 30. July 4, l4 Monday in Sept.,
Thanksgiving, Dec. 25, general election.







LEGAL HOLIDAYS.


MONTANA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, public favt, July 4, Ist Mon-
day in September, Thanksgiving, Dec 26, Arbor Day, general
election.
NEBRASKA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, April 22. May 30, July 4, 1st Mon-
day ii, September, public fast, ThIankgi.ing, Dec 26.
NEVADA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 3U, July 4, t[ank.ggwiang, Dec. 25,
general election.
NEW HAMPSHIRE-Feb. 22, Fast Day, May 30, July 4, lit
Monday in September, ThanLkgiving, Dec 23, general election
NEW JERSEV-Jan. 1, Feb. [i and 22, May 3U. July 4, 1st Mon-
day in September, Thanksgiving and SFai Day, Dec. 26, every
Saturday P. M., general elecuoto .
NEW YORK-Jmn. 1, Feb 12 and 22, May 30, July 4, IEt Mon-
day in beptember, Thankigiving, Dec. 25, general election, every
Saturday P. M.
NORTH CAROLINA-Jan. 1 and 19, Feb 22, May 10 and 20,
July 4, Labor Day, ThankEgiving, Dec. 25.
NORTH DAKOTA-Jan 1, Feb 12 and 22 May 30, July 4,
Arbor Day, Thanksgving, public la., Dec 2b, general election.
OH IO-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, lit Monday in September,
Thanksgiving, Dec. 25, general election.
OREGON-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May 30, July 4, l-t Mlcnday in Septem-
ber, pubbc fast, Thanksgving, Dec. 25, general election
PENNSYLVANIA-Jan. 1, Feb. 12, spring election, Feb 22,
Good Friday, May 30, July 4, l'- Monday .n Sept., TiIank.gi,-
ing, Dec. 26, general elecuon, ever Sitirday P. M.
RHODE ISLAND-Jan. 1, Feb 22, Arbor Day, May 0S, July 4,
Ist Monday in September, Thanksgiving, Dec. 25, State election,
general electron, Flag Day.
SOUTH CAROLINA-Jan 1 and 19, Feb. 22, May 10 June 3,
July 4, Ist Monday in September, ThankEgiving, Dec. 25, general
election.
SOUTH DAKOTA-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, May30, July 4, Labor Day,
Thanksgiving, Dec. 25, general election.
TENNESSEE-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, Good Friday, 2d Friday in May,
May 30, July 4, lt Monday in September, Thanksgiving, Dec.
25, general electi,.n, every Saturday P. M
TEXAS-Jan. 1, Feb 22, March 2. April 21, July 4, lst Monday in
September, Dec. 25, days ol Fasding and Tha'ksgiving, Election
Day.
UTAH-Jan. 1, Feb. 22, April 15, May 30, July 4, July 24, lit
Monday in September, Thanksgiving. Dec 21-.
VERMONT-Jan. 1, Feb 22, Fast Day, May 30, July 4, Aug. 16,
Thankagiving, Dec. 25.
VIRGINLA-Jan. 1 and 19, Feb 22, May 30. July 4. I1- Monday
in September, Thanksgiving, Dec. 25, every S-ianrd.ay p
WASHINGTON-Jan 1, Feb. 12 and '22. ecor.,cuou:n Day, July
4. Ist Monday in September, Thar.Lgig.ing, Dec. 25, general
elecli-n
WEST VIRGINIA-Jan. 1, Feb 22, May 30, Julv 4, Labor Day,
Dec. 25, any day of Nationil Thankiasgriig, general election
WISCONSIN-Jan. 1, Feb 22. May 30, Arbor Day, July 4, 1st
Monday in September, Thanksgiving, Dec. 25, general election.
WYOMING-Jan. 1, Feb. 12 and 22, Ma,' 30, July 4, Arbor Day,
Labor Day, Thanksgiing, Dec. 25, general election.






RATE OF INCOME ON STOCKS.

Purchased at the following prices,_(par. value beuig loo),
and bearing interest at the following rates.


Paid. 3. 4L 5"': 6% 7 A 9s 10%

50o 6 oo0 S oo o oo 1200 14 oo0 6 co o8 oo 20 oo
555 457 27 9 09 to 9o 12 -2 14 55 '6 36 18 18
6o 5 oo 6 67 8 33 10o oo i 66 13 33 15 00 16 16
65 4 62 6 15 7 09 9 23 10 76 12 30 13 85 i5 38
70 4 23 5 71 7 14 8 57 1o o00 I 42 12 85 14 28
75 4 o005 33 6 66 3 o 9 33 io 66 r2 00 73 35
8o 3 75 5 o0 6 25 7 5 8 75 10 112 25 12 0
5 3 53 4 70 5 SS 7 05 8 23 9 41 r 5i.8 76
90 3 33 4 44 5 55 6 66 7 77 8 88 o1o I 11i
91 3 30 4 40 5 49 6 59 7 69 8 79 9 89 1o 99
92 3 26 4 34 543 6 52 760 870 9 78 o 87
93 3 -'3 4 3 5 3 6 45 53 8 6o 9 610o 75
94 3 14 5 35 638 7 41 8 51 9 57 1o 64
95 3 15 4 21 5 26 6 31 7 36 8 42 9 47 o1 52
9 3 13 4 17 5 2 6 25 7 29 8 33 9 38 o 42
97 3 09 4 12 515 6 IS 7 22 8 25 9 28 o 30
98 3 o6 4 S 5 10 6 i2 7 14 8 16 9 S8 to zo
99 3 03 4 04 5 5 6 o6 7 07 8 oS 9 09 10 10
o101 97 3 95 4 95 5 94 6 93 7 92 8 91 9 90
102 2 94 3 92 4 90 5 83 6 86 7 84 8 82 9 o
103 291 3 4 85 5 83 6 80 777 8 74 9 71
104. 2 SS 3 85 4 81 5 77 6 3 7 69 8 65 9 62
105 2 83 3 83 4 76 5 71 666 7 6i 8 57 9 52
10o 2 83 3 77 4 72 5 666 0 7 55 8 49 9 43
10o 2 So 3 74 4 07 5 6t 6 54 7 4 8 41 9 35
oS 2 7S 3 70 4 63 5 56 6 48 7 41 8 33 9 26
109 2 75 3 67 4 59 5 50 6 42 7 34 8 26 9 17
0o 2 7"2 3 63 4 54 5 45 6 36 7 27. 8 8 09
115 : 63 3 48 4 34 5 21 6 o8 6 95 7 83 69
120 2 5 3 33 4 16 5 o0 8 6 66 7 508 33
130 2 30 3 07 3 84 4 61 5 3 6 15 6 92 7 69
140 2 14 2 S6 3 57 4 5 00oo 5 71 6 43 7 14
150 2 c. 2 67 3 33 400 4 66 5 33 6 o00 66
b 1 SS 2 50 3 12 3 75 4 38 5 00 5 62 6 2
Io . 3 53 4 12 4 70 5 29 5 8
86 . . 3 33 3 88 4 44 5 co 5 55
190 . 3 6 3 68 4 21 4 74 5 26
200 . . . 3 oo 3 50 4 co 4 50 5 00







BUSINESS LAW IN DAILY USE.


The following compilation of Business Law contains the essence
of a large amount of legal verbiage
A note by a minor is void.
It is a fraud to conceal a fraud.
A note mlde on SLnday is void.
Ignorance of the law excuses no one.
A contract nude with a minor is void.
A conrnct made with a lunatic is void.
The acts oi one parmer bind all the rest.
Notes bear interest only when so rstaed.
An agreement without consideration is void.
A receipt for money is not always conclusive.
The law compels no one to do impossibilities.
Contracts made on Sunday cannot be enforced.
Signatures made with a lead pencil are good in law.
Principals are responsible lor the acts of their agents.
No consideration is sufficient in law if it be illegal in its nature.
Checks or drafts must be presented for payment without Lnreason-
able delay.
If the time oc payment of a note is not inserted, it is held payable
on demand.
A noie obtained by fraud, or from a person in a state of intoica-
tion, cannot be collected.
Il the drawee of a check or draft has changed his residence, the
holder must use due or reasonable diligence to find him.
A note indorsed in blink ithe name of the indorset only written' is
transferable by delivery, the same as if made payable to bearer.
Each individual in a partnership is responsible for the whole
amount of the debts of the firm, except in cases of special partnership.
If a note is lost or stolen, it does not release the maker; he musr
pay it, if the conEtderation for which it was given and the amount can
be proven.
Checks or drafts should be presented during business hours, but in
this country, except in the case of banks, the time extends through the
day and evening.
Value received is usually written in a note, and should be, but
is not necessary. If not vTriten it is presumed by the law, or may be
supphed by proof.
If one who holds a check as payee or otherwise, transfers it to
another, he lus a right to insist that the check be presentLd that day,
or, at iarthest, on the day following.
The maker of an '" accommodation bill or note (one for which he
has received no consideration, having lent his name or credit for the
accommodanon of the holder) is not bound to the person accommodated,
but is bound to all other parties, precisely as if there was a good con-
sideration.








VALUES OF FOREIGN COINS.



The following estimate, by the Director of the Mint, of
the values of Foreign Coins, is proclaimed by the Secretary
of the Treasury, in Mitulslance of the provisions of section
25 of the Act of August 2S, IS94, to be the values of aich
coins in terms of the money of account of the Inited
States, to be followed ui estimating the value of all foreign
merchandise exported to the United States on or after Jan.

I, 1904, expressed in any of such metallic currencies:


CO. T lr. STANDARD Mo eK I i UMI.


Argenrine Rep .. ...........
Ailrra.n-Hunglry ............
Belgium .................
Bolivia ..... ...............
Bra il ...... ..............
Drii;s Aimerca .............
Costa Rica .. .............
C luli ... ...................


Gold ......
Gold .....
Gold ......
Silver .....
Gold ......
Gold .....
Gold .....
Gold......


China......................IS.ver.....


Colombia...................
Cuba ......................
Denimrk ...................
Ecuador............... ...
Egypt .....................
Finland...................
Fra ce ............... .....
German Enupire.............
Great Brain..................
Greece .....................
H .lyu .......................
I dia ............. .........
Ily .........................
J11p t ............. ..... .. ..
Liber ......... ..........
Mexko ...................
Netherlands ................
Newfoundland ............
Norway ...................
Persia ......................
Peru .......................
Portgal ....................
Rusii ... ...............
Sp in ..... .................
Sweden ....................
Swvuzerlind ...............
Turkey.....................
Llrupuay ..................
Venezuela.. ........... ....


Silver .....
CGuld ......
Cold ......
Gold ......
Gold ......
Gold ......
Gold ......
Cold ...
Gold ......
Gold .....
Cold ......
Gold......
Gold ......
Gold ......
Gold .....
Siver ....
Gold ......
Gold ......
Gold .....
SIl, r .....
Gold .....
Gold .....
G ol.....
Gold .....
Gold .....
Gold ....
GoldJ ......
GCold .....


Pero .............
Crownr ...........
Fraice ............
Ll.-Ilis o .........
lilreis ..........
Dollar ....... ....
Colon...........
P o.............
SShannghai .
Tael.. Haikwan .
I(Cuistoomsl
Peso .............
Peso .............
Clrown............
S lcre............
Pound (oo plasluesl
Mark ..........
Friinc ............
Mark ...........
Ponhwid ceiling ...'.
Drachlna .........
Gourde .......
Pound sterling ....
Lira..............
IVenr ..............
Dollar ............
Dollir............
Florin .......... .
Dollar...........
Cro.n............
Kran ...........
ol ....... .......
Milre.; .
Ruble ..........
Pesela... .......
Crown...... ......
Franc ..........
Pi later .. ..... ..
Peso ...... .. ....
Bolivir ... ...


VA IA- 8.

11 o n.
Sr,6 5
0 20 3
S1'9 3
O 42 4
o 54 6
I o0
O .16 5
O 36 5
o 62 7


O 42 4
o 92 6
o 26 8
o 43 7
4 94 3
S19 3
o 19 3
o 23 8
4 82.6 6j
o 1.) 3
o 96 5
4 a6 6j
o 19 3
S49 8
I oo
o 46
S40 2
I .I
o 26 5
o ab 8
o 78
4S 7

o 5' 5
c 19 J
o 26 8
a I, 3
0 44
I 3
o 19 3







WEATHER SIGNALS.


[Adopted for general use by the United States Bignal Bervioe
on and after Karob 1, 1887.]


INTERPRETATION OF SIGNALS.
No 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4.
White Flag. Blue tlag. Black Trian. While Flag.
gular Flag. Black Center.



Clear or Fair. Rain or Snow. Temperature. Cold Wave.
No. i, white flag, clear or fair weather, no rain. Number 2, blue
flag, rain or snow. Number 3, black triangular flag, refers to tempera-
lure, and above numbers i or 2, indi-ates warmer weather; below num-
hers I or 2, colder weather, and when nor displayed, larTionary weather.
Number 4, whitee flag with black center (cold-wave flag) sudden fll in
temperature; this iignrl as usually ordered at least twenty-four hours in
advance of the cold wave. It is not displayed unless a temperature of
forty-five degrees, or less, Is expected, nor is fag number 3 ever diEplayed
with it.
DISPLAY EXAMPLES.







Fair Weather, Warmcr. rTair lenther,
Colder. Rain or Snow. Cold W ave.

Warmer, Fair Wcather. fol.
lowed by Rain or Snow.


TO FIND LENGTH OF DAY OR NIGHT.

Ar any time of the year add i2 hours to the time of the sun' seltir.g,
and from the Eum subtra thie time of rising for the length of the da3.
Subtract the time of settinr from i hours, and to the remainder add
the time of rising next morning lfo the length of the night. These rules
are equally true for apparent lime.







STANDARD TIME.

IN this Almanac the risings and sertings of the Sun and Moon are
given in local mean time, as heretofore. The Tides are given in
STANDARD TIMB.
To change to STANDARD TIME add or subtract the minutes as
given below, according as they are marked p/us or minus.

Standard Time Diviatona as adopted by the Railroad.s
EASTERN STANDARD-7th Mendian. Canada, between Quebec
and Deuroit,-U. S. east of Buffalo, N. Y.; Pirtnburg, Pa.; Wheeling
and Hunrington, W. Va.; Bristol, Tenn.; Charlotte, N. C., and
Augusta, Ga.
CENrRAL STANDARD-90Ih Meridian. West from "Eastern"
limits, asabove, to Broadview, Canada; to the MisLouri River in Dakota;
Norh Pl ine and McCook, Nebraska; Wallace and Dodge Ciry, Kansas;
Toyah and Sanderson, Texas.
MouNrAIN STANDARD-- osth Meridian. West from "Central"
limit to Heron, Montana; Ogden, Utah; Needles and Yuma, Arizona.
PACFIC STANDARD--12oth Meridan. West from "Mountain"
limiLt to coast.

Correction for the following Cities.


Eastern Standard.
750 Longitude.
Bangor, Me............... -- 25
Augusta, Me.............. --ar
Portland, Me.............. i9
Boiion, Mass.............. 16
Newpon, R. I. ............ 5
Providence, R. I ........... 4
Concord, N. H............ 14
New London, Conn........ iI
Springfield, Mass.......... o
on elier, V ............. -
Hartfrd, Conn. ........ 9
Montreal, Que. .......... 6
Albany, N. V. .......... 5
New York, N. Y.......... 4
Utica, N. Y ................ -
Philidelphia, Pa........... .+.
Syracuse, N. V............ .. 5
Baltimor:, Md. ............ 6
Washington, D. C.......... 8
Rochelter, N. Y. .......... I
Buafalo, N. Y.............. 16
Pittburg, Pa. ............ o

Mountain Standard.
0ogo Longitude.
Deliver, Co................
Salt Lake City, Utah....... + 28


Central Btandard.
9o0 Longitude.
Cleveland, Ohio............ 3;
Columbus, Ohio......... 28
Detroit, hMch.............. a8
Toledo, Ohio............. 26
Davion, Ohio............. 23
Cincinnat, Ohio .......... 2a
Louisville. Ky. ........... ,8
Indianapolis, Ind.. ........ 16
Chicago, Ill.............. Io
Milwaukee, Wis ............ 8
Springfield ll. ............ -
Memphis, nn ........... o
New Orleans, La........... o
St. Louis, Mo............. -
Rock Island, Ill ........... 3
Dubuque, Iowa............ 3
Burlington, Iowa. ......... .
ST. Paul, Minn.............
Des Moines, Iowa ......... 14
Kansas,City, Mo. ........... 18
Galveston, Texas ..........
Omaha, Neb.............. 4

Paoifo Standard.
io20 Longitude.
Sacramento, Cal........... 6
San Francisco, Cal. ........ no







TIDE TABLE.

To Find High Water Standard Time) Add to, or Subtract
from, High Water at New York.

M..
EASTERN STANDARD. R-g
H. M. Feet

Easrport, M e.. ... ..... .. ... .. .. .. add z 37 iS.:
Bar Harbor, Me .................. ..... ....... 2 .: 11
Rockland, M e.............. ....... ....... .. : 45 q.b
Portlnd. Me ................... .......... 2 4- 8
Portsmouth, N. H................ ............ c q.2
Ile of Shoal, N. H .............. . ... 3 1 6.7
Newburyport, Ma~s.............. . ... 3 b 7 9
Rockport, Ma ........ ..... ........ .. ... q 86
Gloucester, Mass..... ...... ....... .... 4, 8.,
Salem, M aEs.. ... ......... ..... .. ............ co q 2
Marblehead, Mass.. ............ ................ 7 5 q 2
Nahant, Mass..... .................. .. .. 53 9 3
Hull, Mass .......... ..................... 2 51 q 5
Plyrrouth, Mass... ............... .............. 3 2 10 2
Provincecown, Mas ........ ...... ...... ....... 3 1o r.
Nintucket, Mass..... .............. .......... 4 3 1
Vineyard Haven, Ma................ ........ 3 5 1.7
Wood's Hole North Sidel, Mass ............. sub. o iS 4.1
Wood's Hole tSoith Side', Mass ................ add o Iq 1.7
New Bedford Entrance
IDumpling Rock',, Mass. .................. ub. o 17 3.8
N ewport. R.I. .............. ....... ....... 0 27 3.5
Bnsio], R. I...... .. ................. 3 4.1
Providence, R. I.......... ........ .. ... .. ...... o .4
Po;ni Judith. R. I ..... .. ............. ........ o 42 3.1
Newv Shoreham. Block Ibland, R. I ......... 30
New London, Conn..................... ........ . 14 2.4
Norwich, Conn..................... ...... ....... 55 3
New Haven, Conn.... ..................... 3 c. 6.o
Montauk Point, L. 1 ......... ... ............. 7 .9
Coney Ifland. L. I............................... sub. o 29 4 7
W est Point, N. '. ......................... ..... add 2 50 3.3
Long Branch, N. J............................... sub. o 2 4.4
Cape May Landing. N. J ...... ..... ....... add o ib 4.0
League Itland. Pa............... ............... 5 6.i
Philadelphia, Pa. .............. .. ............ 5 42 6.o
Annapoli, Md................ .... .. sub. 3 i o.q
Baltimore, Md ................. .. ......... 7 .2
R;chmond, V\ ......... .. ........... ........... 3 3.6
Hanieras Inlet, N. C ............. ..... .... c 3 .
Charleston .C. H. W ha S. C............... : 5.1
CENTRAL STANDARD.
Fort Pula.ki iSavannah Ent.), Ga.............. sub. i i.S ( 9
Savannih ,Dry Dock Wharf Ga. ........ . .. .* o 2: b.5
jacksonville, ila... .............. .. ......... add a i 1.o
St. Augustine, Fla............................. sub.o 4 4 a
Key WVei, Fla.. ... ................... .. .. add o 2q i 2
Tampa Bayi Egmont Key., Fla. .3 1 4
Cedar Keys ,Depot Key,, Fla .......... .......... 41 2 4








FESTIVALS AND FASTS.


Epiphany
Scptujgeszma Sunda .
Q'in.uageIema-l-SIr' ie Sunday.
A.h W e.de.da,
FL-i.t Sunday in Lrnt
Si Parnck
Palm Sn nda .
Good Fndi .
Eisirr Sundiv
Lsa Sbnda L
Rog-iron Sandi.,
A:ccrn:.n D -Hol' I liIarda,
Pentico t -W-li Sundai
Trinit bSund -,
Corp,; Chrin .rl
St John B;prL;
Ml;cIaelnma Da,
St. Andrew
First Surdai in Adreni
Christmi: Day


S Jin. 6
S Feb. 19
M Mr. 5
S Mar. S
Mi r. 12
S Mr. i7
April 6
S Aprd 21
S April 23
April so
May 28
. Jane -
June ii
June iS
. June '2
S June 2.
Sept. 2
S* No'. 30
Dec. 3
Dec. 25


CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.
Dominictl Ltter .
E pact .
Lunar Cycle, or Golder, Ntimb.r
S'lar Cycle
Roman Indiccn-an
Julian Period ..


A.
24
b
la
3
6619


THE SEASONS.
I:atera Strndard
Vernal Equinmo... .....Mar. a2, 2h. hi
Summer Solstic. June 21, ich. A
Autumnal Eqainox .....Sept :3, 3 ll. A
Wmler Solsnce. ... Dec. 2?, 7h. M.

Mountrr, Standard.
Vernil Equinox..... .... Mar. z2, oh. M.
Summer Solitice. .....lJune i, h A.
Autumnal Equinox ..Sept. 23, lih. M.
Winter Solsnce..... ..Dec 22, 5h. M.


Cnctral Siandard.
Mar. 2,, ih. M.
June ~i, hli. A.
Sept. 23, oh A.
Dec. 22, 6h A.

Poi.tii Standard.
Mar. 2o, iih. A.
June 21, 7h. A.
Sept. 23, loh. M.
Dec. 22, 4h. iT.







ECLIPSES FOR THE YEAR.


Ir, tie vear tcr5 there will be tour Ecsip'es. tao .:.- the Sun and
tao of tht Moon.
i. A PA. PilL ECLIPS OF rTHE MOON, Febrttar q-2o. In-
is.blr. to North Amrrica. Visible to Europe, Asia, A.int and
Au-niahla.
II. AN ANMILAR ECLIPe cF rPRE SL.N, March o. invisible
to North Amerca. Visible to Australia, Polynesia and the South.
idirin O.cin
Ill. A PARIALt ECLIFsE OP THIK MOC.N, Au u'tI 14-15. \'i
Bible geerierall throughout the wLole to North and Southl Amenca and
th- Atlannc Oci:o, jnd in part to Eurupe, Airics and the PlaIic
Ocejn. Occurring is follows:-

STAl\D.,RD. Eastern,. Cern-ri. NMoi3tal PLcsic.
i, tI a D iH I U II AL. D h IM.
|Moon enter penumbrn... 14 8 S 4 6 f s i A.
Moon etr-n 1hado... --- i :r9A 14 S39 t4 39 14 6 3 .
MIddle of eclip:e ...... 14 1 4L 14 9 1 A. i4 -i 4. 14 41 A.
NMAl n leave.. 'had.a, 14 ii 4i.1 14 i N43 14 1 4 A i 4 -3 4
Mloon lceit pcf.umb-n... i ,y:.t 15 o0 I3. i1 I ,.i Aji 3A.
rlrst corn.aet ci shadow, 11 degr.- frim the aouth point o
Ith m.ron'. limb Ioward the a..r
bTonjitud, of eiWpr L'-i. lmoon'a diamiter-1 I

IV. A T:,T'.L ECLIP-s OF TrE Sun, AfIugst 30. Visible 10
Europe and ithe Nortl Atlanti Octan, and It. the e ~tern pirion of
North Amer.ca, the ieasrern parT of A:, and tlh northern hail of
Anti:a Occurring si a ptarnal eclipse aj followi:-


STANDARD. BEGIN. ENDo.

id a. hi. I
Boiton ......... Ealern......... 5 36 I. 3; M.
Ne \oil... ... . . 5 33 7 33 M.
Philadelpli .... .... .... 5 38 :3 1.
Pit.birgh .... ....... Before Eunrfe 2 P I .
Vail.Itngton ..... .... At 7 lM.
Cl rle:ton .... .. .... Before 7 i M.
Cincinrmn ..... Central ...... ... 6 25 M.
Chicago ........ ... D 29 M.
St Paul ........ ....... Middle at 6" 31 M.
Omalia ........ .... before 6 26 M.
St Lou; ....... .... .... a3t 6 23 M.
New Orle.ns .... ...... .. before 6 o m.
Bismarck....... . 6 33 M






The Calendars for the Latitude of Boston and Chicago
May be used for Central and Southern New England, Central New
York, Southern Michigan, Southern Wisconsin, Northern Iowa,
Northern Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming.

The Calendars for the Latitude of New York
and Philadelphia
May be uncd for Southern New York, New Jersey, 'Pennsylvania,
Northern Ohio, Northern Indiana, Northern Illinois, Southern
Iowa, and Southern Nebraska.

The Calendars for the Latitude of Washington,
Cinoinnati, etc.
May be used for Delaware, Maryland, the Virginias, Southern Ohio,
Southern Indiana, Southern Illmois, Kentucky, Missouri, Kansas,
and Colorado.


THE SIZE OF THE SEAS.
Mlls LOaD.
M editerranean. ............. .... ...........................2,000
Carrbbean. ........... ..................................... 1,800
Red .................. ..................................... 1,400
Black............... ........ ............. ................. 932
Baltic................................ ...... ................ 600


AREA OF OCEANS IN SQUARE MILES.
Pacific ....... ................ ........................70,000,000
Atlantic ... ......... ................................35,000,000
Indan .... ...... ... .............. ................23,000,000
Southern ................ . .. .. .............. 7,000,000
Arctic......................... ......... ............. 4,000,000


SIZE OF THE GREAT LAKES.
Mllll L.n. tll.i WIl..
Superior .................... ................ .....380 120
M ichigan ............. . ...... .. ...............330 60
Ontario ........ .... ........ ...... .. ............170 40
Champlain ............................ .. ..........123 12
Ene...... ................ .. .............270 50
Huron................... .......................250 90
Winnipeg ......................... ..............240 40
Athabaska ............ ...... ......................200 20





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MOON'S PHASES. EASTERN DIVISION. CENTRAL DIVISION.
N-iv Moo..n .. ..... d ih. .,m. P M. 5d c-l. inm. P.M.
FIRT QUJARTER ...... I3d 311. jm P.M i3d. 211 inm P.M.
[ ULL MooN ......... .. zld 2h. IIm. A.M 2ld. lh. 14m A.M.
LAT QUARTER ....... 27d. 1. 2.1m P.M. 2 d 61A 2om. F.r.
1905 LATITUDE OF BOSTON LATIUIDE OF NEW YOR& LAT. OF WASH.
AND CHICAOO ANO PHILADELPHIA CIN.I T.LOUIWS.
1-lu I..ot .I M J.. Tr .& ncll I., i .0al R n-1. Flpe N T. Le M4e11 Tirme.
W --- Tide L----- I zlde -
' I St.i (Moori --e SUN IMC'ON ? e St |Moo-iN
a W'k. R.&S I & i., R &S IA.S. & T R.&S R.& S.
A Y'- 30 2 59 : F2 17 :4 2 56 4 19 '7 19 2' 55
2- Mo. 4 39 4 5 S 2! s4 44 4 2 5 19 '4 49 3 59
3"'u. 7 3J 5 S 9 19 ?7 25 5 4 6 17 '7 19 5 1
4 W\E 4 41 6 7 10o 3 4 46 6 3 7 10 r4 51 6 o
r TH. r7 3S0 setI. l1 i 7 :5 sets. 55 17 19 sets.
6 FR. i4 43 5 58 11 45 34 4 6 2 S 41 4- 53 6 7
7 SA. '7 3o 6 57 o 6 7 25 7 o 9 26 -7 19 7 5
8 S% .4 45 7 55 o 49 '4 5 7 53 10 7 4 55 8 1
9 Mo. 29 S 53 1 30 y 2. 8 55 Io 45 ,7 19 S 57
10 T'L. 4 47 9 50 2 10o 4 52 9 51 4 S4 57 9 53
II \VF.r; 29 10 47 2 49 r' 24 10 47 ..... '7 19 1 49
12 TH. i4 491II 45 3 3 4 54 11 44 o 28 .4 59 45
13 FR r' 28 mom 4 15 '7 "3 mom 1 14 '7 IS morn
14 SA. .4 5i o 43 5 3 '4 56 o 41 2 5 o 41
15 1 ': 27 I 4' 5 56 Y- "3 39 = 54 '7 1b S 37
16 -. 4 54 2 4 6 '2 14 58 37 3 49 s5 3 2 35
17 Tu. r'- 26 3 4'0 7 50 '7 22 3 36 4 4(" 7 17 3 34
1 8 W\I.4 S6 4 40i S 4: '5 1 4 36 5 44 S5 5 4 33
9 TH. 1r7 25 5 3S 9 42 7 20 5 34 6 40 '7 16 5 29
2o FR. f4 59 6 33 I" 36 "5 3 6 29 7 3 '5 5 6 26
'21 SA. '7 24 In-, 11 25 y9 i-ies8 2So r; 15 rises.
22 A fs5 1 6 7- ..... 1-5 0 9 12 i T o 7 3
-2311. .7 2Z S 9 o F- IS S ,1 to r: ,4 13
'4 l'tr .5 4 9 "21 2- 5 S 9 2210 io 4;5 i-2 9 23
25 WE. 107 -1 10 32 2 14 7 10o 3Y 1 34 '. 12 10 32
26 TH. s5 6 11 42 3 3 10 41 O 015 14 11 4
27 FiL r7 .o morn 3 56 '7 i; morn o 55 11 11 0norn
-2SS\ % ;1 o gi 4 54 '5 1'3 49 53 5 '7 G 47
29 i.7 I 1 7 5 5" 17 1 3 54 2 546 '"' 15 52
30fMo.'5 11 Y 7 i ;5 15 z 56 358 15 '9 2 54
11Tri Irs 191 5 Q 7lllr,7 \- 3^ ^B S i












O~NS FEB. UARY
MOON' PHASE. EASTERN DIVISION. CENTRAL DIVISION.
NBE MOON ..... . d ch cm A.M. 1d 511 n, A rs.
FIF.,T Qi.ARTi F.. ..... I2d tlh. 20m A.M6. i2d. 2i'l 7'I A A.
FULL MOON ..... .... I. d ih. 521m P M. i d. o11 21m P.I.
LAST QUARTErF... '6d 5h 4m. A.M A.6J .h 4m. A M
1905 LATITUDE OF BOSTON LATITu0LE OF NEW lJR LAT. OF WAI H.
S AND CIliCAiO AND FHILADELPHIA. Cili S.LOUI6.

01 r l-- r..-,- I, ,-- --"on
W, C -s MoMrM--- w |.uono UN I r:ns
\k R.&sI r&S. ., a R&S R.&S Ri ., R&s &S.



4 SA '5 IS set. II 2 ?z 5 -1 Aset,. 18 s ;2 ses.
5 A 10 6 4: .... ', 7 6 44 S 59 6 47
6 To f5 20 40 2 215 2-4 41 9 33 s 5' 44
71'uL.r ;, 8 SS 0 59 17 5 8 3901 I I C.
8 \E Ir, -'3 9 3C I 36 '5 216 9 3 ro 5- 9 35
9 ''H. '7 5 10 32 2 14 '7 2: 10 3 11T ? '0 51 0 3
10 t 5 :6 1 i 29 2 52 5 28 I 1 2' 5 32 11 20
iiS, r1 3 mlnlf 3 34 "7 0o Irorin 32 '6 57 1'"o1
12 s 28 0 26 4 21 5 3r o 3 1 20 34 0 22
13 NM': Ir 0C 24 54 6 57 I 2: 20 2 6 5 Y 18
14 u. 5 31 3 22 6 13 '5 33 .S 3 i1 '5 3 2 15
15 "'F '0 3 ?.:. 7 166 '6 55 3 1, 4 13 0 5 3 1.
16 TH. is5 .'1 4 16 8 19 '5 36 4 1n2 5i i 5 38 4 9
17 Fi: I 6, 53 S 52 5 4 6 16 So 5o 5 I
IS SA. '5 36 ;5 0c 10 5 385 5: 5" 12 I5 41 5 4)
19 Z 0 S ri5 e 11 7 '6 49 rsei S o '6 17 rises.
20 N1o. i5 38 0 58 ii 53 5 4! 6 50 51 3 5 .3 7
S53 f5 41 0 .9 b 5 1 S 5943
21 '6 49 8 3 '6 46 8 13 9 40 'b 44 S 14
22 \VW 15 41 0 2 I 6 i 5 43 9 26 10 Z '45 9 :6
231. 6o .( 10o 39 I 3 6 44 10 37I r 42 6
24 FR. S5 43 II 45 2 42 i, 45 II 45 ... 5 4r Ii 43
25SA. '6 41 io11101 3 34 '6 41 morn 0 33 '6 39 morn
26 r S 46 0 514 43" '5 48 0 0 31 T 5 49 0 4S
27 Mo. 16 40 I 55 35 356 38 1 51 2 33 36 3 I 4
:S i'l i r 48 2 51 6 40 s 5 5' 2 47 3 1 '5 r' 2 4

.. .. .... ............... ..... ..... ......I .
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VdAr-, Ah6o


MARCH -
MOON'S PHASES. EASTERN DIVISION. CENTRAL DIVlIION.
'ln Sianjsi, Tha. I
Nal M:lri ... ... od ohl. imiri A A d ili imni i M
Fir;r QUiARTER ...... 14d 3h. S 9 A .l. rd ll 51 111. A I
FULL Mt ONs......... ?od. Ili,. ;5.f. F NI. :cd iCli. .5Tm r Ml.
LAST QOLAriTEF....... 27d. .-h. 35m. F.P 2'd 3h. 3im. P M.


1905 LATiTUD
AND
" Dy i, .l. |


I W E. 6 36
2 '['H. 51
3 FR. -6 33
4 S;. i5 53
5 J '6 30
6 Mo. I; 56


9 TH '6 23
1o FR. x6 c j
II SA '6 20 I
12 S i6 3
3 M10 76 16
14 T'u. .6 5
i5 Wi: ,6 13
6"'TH. id6 -
17 F. '6 9
18 SA. s6 io
ic, S 1,6 6
20 Mo. i6 12
21 Ti. ,6 3
22 WE. i6 14
23 TH P. 59
24 Fu. i6 16 1
25 SA. -5 56
:6 % ..'6 iS
27 Mo. 1-5 5?
?ST'u. i6 2?
2 W\F r5 49
30 TH. r 6 213
31 Fr.. -P5 45


E OF 0BSTON LATITUDE OF NEW iORK
CHICAGO. AND PHILADELPHIA.
ll i Oil [. Lo-al lT,'l fiae L
---- TI.,I, ---------- l--- ,
0o3-1ma1.
!i. in.^ E &-IK.&S i A..
3 42 7 42 6 35 3 3S 4 38
4 27 S 39 '5 52 4 23 5 30
5 9 z '6 32 5 4 6 26
5 4 10 14 5 54 39 7 I
6 13 1 6 '6 2 6 I 7 5
se I1 33 5 5 tl. 29'
' 2..... rt =6 7 2 9 6
8 ?4 o 26 5 59 8 23 9 4
9 21 I 2 r6 22 9 19 10 17
o iS 1 40 ;6 1 io Ic 10 54
I 15 2 19 i6 1911 1:11 35
Mom 3 o r6 3 mo.rn .....
0 12 3 46 6 16 o 8 0 45
1 9 4 40 i6 5 1 5 1 39
2 4 5 41' r6 13 2 c' 2 39
2 56 6 47 r6 8 ? 52 3 44
3 44 7 52' 6 9 3 40 4 49
4 2S 8 54 '6 10 4 25 5 5S
5 Q 9 51 6 6 j 49
5 49 10 44 r6 12 5 4S 7 39
r ise 11 31 r6 3 ikes 8 :6
8 16 ....'. 6 14 S 14 9 17
9 29 o 43 '5 59 9 27 10 5
o 39 I 32 6 16 10 36 10o 5'
I 45 2 22 '- 5611 41 1 44
morni 3 14 6 jS mom o 12
o .46 4 I 5 53 42 10
1 .4c 5 12 6 2': 1 36 -2 i
2 27 0 15 5 49 2 :23 3 '13
3 -S 7 6 22 3 ; 4 12
3 44 S Ic. C'5 4. 3 4' 5 7


LAT OF WASH.
(IN & T.LOQUI.
L :..I Itcu.a IlO'-
,,ir INicer
R&- R&S
1' 33 335
i 53 4 20
o 30 5 i
'.5 56 5 38
r6 :2b 6 ro
5 8s she's.
'6 25 7 :8
6 0 8 23
)6 2? 9 19
6 2 10o 14
i6 19 1i ri
sr n4 orn
I6 l o 6
s6 6 I :
i6 12 a 56
i6 S 2 49
'6 9 3 38
io 10 4 23
v6 6 5 6
6 12 5 48
>6 3 nise;.
s6 14 8 '4
Pi c. 9 25
I6 c 10 33
'5 5" i 38
.6 17 mom
' 53 C. 39
16 io 1 33
5I 50 220
6 21 3 2
'5 4. 3 39


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A 'Pi L
MOON'S FHAE'3 EASTERN DIVISION CENTRAL DIVISION.
(in ,i.. i ,_,
NeB M >oiN ... ..... d jh. 23m. P r 4,1. 51 :,... r I .
FlIa T QL RTee .. ... d. 4h. 4m.. F.M.. ld. 3h. 4il1 P.M.
FULL lMOO n...... .... qd. Sh 3 M A i 9d. -h. 3m A.M.
LA^r Q 'UARTER....... .d. 6h. Sji. A.M. 26d h Jni.. A M
1905 LATITUDE OF BOSTON LATITlIE OF NEW ODRi. LA[ lIF l ASH.
kAND CHICAGO No PHILADELPHlA. iNt i I ~ LOul.
i 1 '[hen i,.-.e .io I tlo, Iii..al i.,cn rine N i. l. I i.1 .1i i_. Te.
S.1' SN Moor rl SUN MOON -i itL.C.I
S '"k Ii.&.S I&S. ri.j R& S It.& .. rT.-S I &S k &.
1 SA. '5 43 4 17 9 o 4-1 4 '5 5 57 4' 4 4
2 A i6 20 4 47 9 44 :6 25 4 46 6 42 si 24 4 45
3Mo. '5 40 5 i 2 5 541 5 14 21 43 3 15
4 Tu. 16 29 s.Ls. II 2 f6 27 ScLS 56 1 26 cIts.
55 E 3'5 6 7 16 Ir 37 "5 38 7 15 8 33 r5 39 7 14
6Ti. Sb 3r 8 :1 ..... 16 29 8 to 9 ii s6 2 8 S
7 Fi. r5 3 9 1o o 032 5 35 9 7 9 49 '5 9 5
SA. 33 10 S 10 6 32 10 4 10 27 6 30c ?
9 '5 J0 11 4 1 51 5 31 1" I1 7 P-5 33 0 57
lI Mo. iu 35 1 5 34 6 34 1 54 54 i6 32 1 51
11tI''. 26 lmotri 3 1 '5 23 morn o 19 '5 3c miiorn
12 WE ;6 3S 0 49 4 15 '6 36 0 45 1 14 6 4 0 42
13 TH. 1 5 23 1 3 5 16 '5 33 2 14 ;5 ? i 30
14 FR. i6 4' 2 21 6 21 6 3 iS 3 19 636 2 I
5 SA. r5 20 3 2 7 2 5 22 2 59 4 23 r-5 23 2 5
6 S s6 42 3 42 8 30 s6 40 3 40 5 27 s6 38 3 40
17 Mo. R 7 4 9 2 5 '9 4 99 5 r5 21 4 20
18 Tu. s6 44 4 55 o 20 6 4 4 55 7 17 s6 39 4 57
19 WV.. 5 14 rises. i so r5 Y6 rises. 8 3 '5 ig rises.
oTH. 6 46 8 Y6t 57 6 44 8 13 8 55 s6 41 8 t
z2 FR. r5 io 9 26 o 2 5 '5 13 9 22 9 44 5 16 9 20
22 SA. ;6 49 i1 32 "1 6 46 1o 2 10 32 s6 43 10 25
23 ~ '5 7 I" 31 2 2 5 0 lo 1 2-' 22 r'5 1'3 I 22
24 Mo. I6 51 morn 2 54 ,6 48 inorll ..... 6 45 imorn
25 Tu. r5 4 o 22 3 47 5 7 o IS o 46 r5 10 0 1
,6 WE r0 53 6 6 4 44 o 0 I 2 I 43 s6 47 I
27 TH. r5 I I 45 5 43 r; 4 1 42 2 41 r5 S I 40
28 FR. i6 55 2 19 6 39 '6 52 2 17 336 s6 49 2 I'
29SA. "4 59 2 50 7 32 r'5 2 24 4 29 r5 5 2 48
30 A 6 58 3 19 8 22 i6 54 3 '1 5 19 01 51 3 18
.. ... .. ... .. ... if s .. I ... .. .... .... ..... .....





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IOON'S PHASES EASTERN DIVISION. CENTRAL DIVISION.
N W MooNr;........... 4d. Yoh. gom. A Ml. 4d ;,h 5.:In A M.
FiRST QUARTER ....... iJd ill. 16m A.MI 1iJ2. o11. 4011, A.M
FULtL MooN ........... lid. 4h 36m. P.M. i.d 3h. jr.m. P M..
LAsT OLUARTBR....... asd. rh 5,:.m. F.M :Id Sh som. P M.
1905 LATITUDE OF BOSION LAriTUDE OF NEtW YORK LT OF WASH.
LANI CHN CAO0. AND PHILADELPHI CIN ,ST.LOUIS.
M Day I c a AeTr. 7im- Diunm.p !-g I blI. I1r n ,. L ..- Time
4 of W,,1Sun .Mo lN Sunr |hMo E- i S.P Mi.or.
d V,"k. &S. R.&Z. N,... R &LS R.&S IT,..i R & S &S
I Mo. i4 56 3 47 9 7 >4 59 3 47 6 5 r5 3 3 48
2 lI'. j7 o 4 14 9 5 j6 50 4 is 6 47 J6 53 4 17
3 E'. '-4 53 4 41' o 30 '4 5 4 43 7 206 '5 o 4 45
4 T'H. j7 2 sers II 8 6 53 sets. 3 2 I6 55 seTs.
5 FR. '4 5o S 2 11 45 r-4 54 7 59 S 41 r4 5S 7 56
6 SA. i7 4 8 59 o 5 i7 I 8 55 9 24 6 57 8 52
7 -% "4 4S 9 55 o 46 '4 52 9 5'1 o 4 r4 56 9 46
8 Mo. s7 6 10 4S I 2! 3 10 44 1o 46 s6 8 io 39
9 Tu. 4 46 3 4 4 49 [1 33 1 33 4'' 5-11 30
10o Vr. s 9 nionn 3 3 '7 5 morn oo j7 c morc
I'I'H. -4 43 o 21 3 56 r4 47 o 17 o 55 '"4 52 o 15
12 FR. i7 If i 2 4 53 ,': 7 o 59 1 52 s7 2 o 57
13 SA.. "4 41 i 40 5 57 '4 45 1 3S 2 55 r'4 50 37
14 % I7 13 2 16 2 '7 9 ', 5 3 59 f'7 4 2 15
15 Mo. r4 39 2 .5 8 4 14 43 2 51 0 4 4s 2 52
6l Tu j7 15 3 27 9 2 ;7 iI 3 , 6 o ,, 6 3 30
17 \V:. -4 37 4 4 9 57 '4 41 4 6 6 55 r-4 46 4 9
i8 T"Hl. t 17- rises. 10 49 .'7 12 rises. 7 44 .iP 8 rises
19 Fn. '4 35 8 1! 11 38 r'4 40 8 8 S 34 14 44 8 5
20',.a. s7 19 9 10 0 2 '7 14 9 12 9 26 s7 9 9 7
21 S '4 33 10 13 0 52 1'4 38 1o 9 o10 14 4 43 10 4
22 Mo. ;7 21 I i 2 1 43 6 10 58 [1 2 "7 11 io 55
23 Tu. I-4 32 11 44 2 3 ,'4 36 11 4111 53 -'4 41 11 3S
24 WE s7 23 1no"'l 3 20 r" IS inori, O IS s" 13 iorn
25 TH. 1-4 30 O 20 4 If -4 35 o [7 0o 14 40 G 15
26 FR. s7 2j o 52 5 4 '7 19 o 0o 2 3 7 14 o 49
27 SA. "4 23 I 21 5 57 r4 34 20 2 5. r4 39 19
28 r17 26 i 4 6 4. 8 7 21 I 49 3 46 '7 16 i 49
?9 Mo.N "4 27 3 '7 7 39 11 3"2 27 4 35'r4 3' 2 '9
3P TU. s" -28 2 45 S ,7 13 2 46 5 23 I- iz 2 49
31 \'E 14 26 14 q 12 r'. r I 16 6 i. ri 7 i 10





f


JUNE
MOO1'5 PHASES EASTERN DIVISION. CENTRAL DIVISION.
Nae MOON ..... ; id .:.-h ;6m. A.1I d ill ;rm p pn .
Firir QuARTE. .... Ic.d ill. 5m a ;l l d :h1 4,1 .A hl.
FULL. M o........ .... -d. oh 5im. M A i6d ih 5im. P.n.
LAST A F. TER ....... i24d h. ,m. P I. ;.ed ili. 4.c-m. P.M.
1905 LATITUDE OF BlSTON LATITUDE OF NEW YOR. Lr ODF WASH.
AND CHiCIO O. AND PHiLADELPHIA. CIN &SI LOUi8 .

ly r. I! .. I I.
1 I 1. .4 20 1 41' 9 rj '4 31 3 49 6 51 4 3 3 53
2 It. .,- 3.:, 4 21 10 40 : 7 !5 4 ?4 7 74 '7 19 4 29
3.... '4 2 St[ 11 21 '4 3r er; 8 16 4 Irsl r .
4 5 i' 3? S 44 ..... 1: 27 : 40 9 i ..- i S 35
5 Mo. -4 24 9 35 : 25 2 4 29 9 31 9 45 `4 35 9 o
6Tui. -7 33 io, 22 i S : IS o 30 f s, 22 o10 I
7 %\' .4 "3 11 4 1 59 -4 "a I i iS -4 34 10 5S
8 TH. s7 34 i 42 2 46 j -'9 11 4 ..... 311 38
9 FR. ;4 23 morn 3 37 ;4 : '' o:',- o 36 '4 34 "'onr"
1oS\. 7 36 0o i 433 -1 3 7 ;'7'21 1'6
1 1 4 22 o S: 5 34 '4 C- 2 72 '4 34 o 5:
1I Mi-. .'- 3. 1 ' 36 3' 20 3 3 '37 -25 :!S8
13 I'LT. 4 22 : 1 40.: '4 :-S -' 3 4 3 4 3 2 5
14 "1, 7 38 2 39 8 40 s 2 2 41 J 3s 2' 45
15 T/l. 4 ?22 3 :c 9 36 '4 2! 3 2 7 o 3" 14 34 3 '8
16 FI;. .:. ii, es [o3.':) 37 1 rnr 7 -9 2 ri nses.
17 SA. 1 4 1 1 21 4 S 1 4 3I ." So
IS -5 .7 39 S 5' 7-.. 3' 8 45 9 7 45
19i Mo. 4 23- 9 0 34 4 2 9 34 9 55 34 9 32
20 111. i- 40 1o 18 1 20 -7 34 TO 1 10 :21' 10 13
:i W\VF 4 23 5, 2 4 210 51 i 23 4 4 310 49
:: TIH. 40 i 1 24 : So 7 34 I2 ..... j 0 11 22
2:3 "i.- 4 2'3 1" 3 3 34 '4 29 1" 52 o 33 ''4 35 5"
?4 SI. .7 40 mr-r-,n 4 2o 3'5 mon 1119 29 Morn
25 A -4 ?24 o 20 5 '4 3c, 0 0 ? 5 14 35 o 21
26 Mo. s7 4"- 0 47; 6 7 35 0 4 2 5 s 7 ?9 0 50
7' -4 25 c i! 6 52: 3i 17 3 49 '4 3 1 19
2 %V L7 40 1 45 44 f- 35 1 47 4 40 7 209 51
'I'H. *4 2 IS 8 3 1-4 31 2 21 5 32 ''4 37 25
3FR. 40 5 .', 517 375 3 .3 6 7 3 5













JULY
MOON S FrHSES. EASTERN DIVISION. CENTRAL DIVISION.
p...,anct I -e i
N\ M.:.ra . .. :d oh 5-m r 2d iii cm P
F i.IT Q l(.,FA T ..E .. j,' ,,1 4 .i i i1 ,d. ill 46 1il. A
F.iLL h1 M ON .. ..... Id I cr n ?im A r i':d ,~,h I i'm A.r
LAT QUARTEr.... 241. Sll. Sir, A ni :4id *'h. m A M
NBa IIOON......... .. 3d. rih 3m. I. 3ct. ich. m F.ri


1905

'of
C W'k I

2%W
3Mo.
4 TU.
5 \L
6 TH.
7 FR
S SA.
1 Mo
II Tu.
12 \VI
1W
"l' H.
14 Fl,.
.I A.




-1
r il'li.


: II .

2: A.

4 Mo.
25 I'-i .
26 WE.
27 TH.
2 FR.
029 S.
3 &
31, Mi)
sM


STON LATITUDE OF NEW
AND PHILADELP
l4.!,r l. :.I1e .iQ I-.. I

&` R 1 & S I .


LATITUDE OF b O
AND CHICAOO
Loral er l -.E i
SN I MOON

14 26 3 41 I
i" 40 etb. I
.i 4-3 P19-
'4 3 1' I9
' 40 9 4
'4 :2 9 4
) ,7 39 10 20
14 2L) o0 54
5 7 3S 11 2
'4 3 morn
i. 33 0 3
'4 33 0 39
17 3, I "1-
"4 34 2 0
'7 -36 4S
4 C6 3 .C' I
' 34 1. i .
'4 3S S 131
,7 33 S 51
*4 39 9 24
17 32 9 54
r4 41 j0 22
7 3c0 1o 49
14 43 11 16
r7 2S II 4-
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57 26 0 17
4 47 0o 53
4 I 3.1
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3 I13
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7 10 '4
7 55 C'
S 41 4
9 30 '7

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4 15 '7
5 IS '4
1 19 a7
7 13 P-4
7 *'
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9 32 s'
10 13 '4
10 5 1 '7
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2 II '4
3 4 i7
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5 53 .4
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10 I'
10 53
11 -9
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1 24
2 S
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9 21
9 53
10 22
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wOO' PHASES EASTERN DIVlslON. CENTRAL DIVISION.
Iii tIk r,1,rI Ti.'.. I
FIRST QTUA rET i ... 7d 511 im P T.. :d 41l 16Ibi. I rl
FULL MOON .... ... 14d 1cl, 3im r.r.t i4d 5,. .raS. P.M
LAST QI.ARTr R. ..... j3d ih iom. . 23d. oh Iot. A..M.
NBa MooN .......... jotI. S. i iri. A.M jc.d -"h i3m. A Al.
1905 LATiIUDE OF BOSTON LATITUDE OF NEW IORA LAT. OF WASH.
S ANO CHICA00. ANID iILADELPHIA. (IN Jbi LOUIS.
SD ja I.t. M T.nT. DI!t ,r. I. L.:i Il -r.aF. Tit- I. r i.Lr.IF, B.. iIr.l
h S C.N M I..N --, SUr j MoN IL. SuN |I ocrN
S.I1 & ..l R.&.&. .N ., a R&I &S &S I&R &iS.
SI'U. 14 52 7 41 II '456 7 38 S23 r5 c 7 36
2 \E. 7 19 8 21 ..... 15 8 19 9 12: 7 I 8 18
j-II. 14 54 S 57 o 3- .4 5s 8 t6 9 S y5 : S 56
4 F'I. i7- 16 9 32 1 24 13 9 32 10 42 s7 8 9 33
5 SA. '4 56 0 2 11 S 010 1 30 '5 4 1010
6 S"- 14 10 42 2 59 S7 10 1 44 ..... S7 6 Io 47
7 Mo. r4 55 11 19 3 51 '5 11 22 o 5o r5 "5 25
8 Tu. ,.7 II I 59 4 50 07 S 8 mornI 4S 5 4 i 4 orn
9 \WE r o inorn 5 55 '5 3 0 2 253 1'5 7 O 7
10 TH. ". 9 o 44 7 o 7 5 0 48 3 57 17 2 0 53
11 Ft. 1 2 I 34 S 5 5 5 38 5 r5 9 1 44
12 SA. 57 6 2 29 9 4 7 3 2 33 6 2 s6 59 39
13 .5 5 4 3 2-' 9 58 5 3 32 6 56 15 II 3 37
14 Mo. 57 3 rises. 1o 46 7 o rises. 7 41 s6 6 rises.
I5' T'. '-5 6 7 2311 38 5 9 7 2! S 22 r5 13 7 19
16 \\'I. -7 o 7 53 .... 'o 5" 7 51 9 6 ;,6 54 7 51
17'1.1 15 8 8 23 0 27 11 22 944 r5 5 8 23
18 Fn. l6 5. 3 51' 5 5' 54 8 51 1o 20 j6 51 8 52
19 SA. r5 II 9 S 1 42 r5 13 9 19 10 55 '5 16 9 :
20o s 54 9 47 220 i6 51 9 491 35 s6 4 9 52
21 Mo. '5 13 10 IS 2 59 '5 15 10 :I ..... r, 5 i 10 24
2: Tu. ;i6 51 T 51 3 42 *6 48io 54 o 41 sI, 46 10 59
23 WE "5 15 '51 2S 4 30 r" 5 '" 32 29 5 2 S 37
24 '1 H. s6 48 morn 5 24 i6 45 1m1orn 2 22 .6 43 Iloril
25 Fit. r5 17 o II 6 24 '-5 19 o 5 3 22 "5 22 0 20
26 S.\. .6 45 I 7 27 io 42 I 5 4 23 s6 40. I
27 % "5 19 I 57 8 27 r5 21 2 i 5 23 r; 24 6
28 Mo. s6 41 2 59 9 24 j6 39 3 6 22 si 38 3 7
29 Tu. r5 21 4 510 IS '5 23 4 7 15 r5 26 4 12
30 WE. 6 38 sets. I 7" 6 36 sets 8 2 i6 34 sets.
.ji TH. rg 21 7 O I 51 rR 25 7 ?Q 8 IO rl 2- 1 3O






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SEPTEMBER
MO,,N a ,rme.* .EASTERN -DIVISION". CENTRAL DIVISION.

FIRST QUARTER ...... 5d. ili. 9m. P.M d. 5Joai. 91m. F.M.
FULL MOON............ i3d. ih. iom. P.M. i3d. oh. lom. p M.
LAST QUARTER ....... aid. Sh. im P M aid. 45. 13m. F.M.
NEw lMOON .......... Sd 4h. 5gm. PM I d 311. 5qm. P.M.


1905 LATITUDE OF BOSTON
AND CHICAOO.
I Day 14al Mean TIne ill, i '.
"> ol SUN I ooN t E
d W'k. R< &S;. &.& v A


I I- i:.
2 MSA.
3 A
4 ho.
5 Tu.
6 We.
7 TH.
8 FR.
9 SA.
10o A
11 Mo.
12 TLr.
13 \V i.
14 TH.
15 FR.
16 SA.
17 A
18 Mo.
19 Tu.
20 WE
21 TH.
22 FR.
23 SA.
24 A
251 Mo.
26 Tu.
27 \VE.
28 TH.
?9 FR.
30 S A.


LATITUDE OF NEW YORK LAT. OF WASH.
AND PHILADELPHIA. CiN.A8T. LOUIS.
Loal Mean Time. N. a. iL- l UMr, Tnie.
SlN I MtON ;71E SUN |MOON
R.&S l&S. r-n.. R &S. R.&S.


r5 28
s6 29
15 30
s6 26
r5 32
r6 23
r5 34
F6 20
,5 35
s6 17
r5 37
i6 14
-5 39
16 II
I5 41
r6 8
"5 42
i6 4
r5 44
;6 i
r75 46
5 58
'5 48
S5 55
'5 5
S5 51
'5 5P
1 5 45
'5 53
5 45


8 7
8 45
9 25
10 7
10 52
11 41
morn
o 34
1 29
2 27
3 26
4 26
rises.
6 54
7 23
7 53
8 24
S 56
9 32
10 13
11 o
II 0
11 52
Imorn
o 49
I 51
2 57
4 8
sets.
6 33
7 18


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MOON'S PHASES EASTERN DIVISION CENTRAL DIVISION.
ti. -,wr...;I T -o
fr iRT QLIARTEP. ... rd -I' 4.h A r EId 'rI 54111 A FI.
ruLL r.i-c : ... . iJd i m d ll i 1.1.
LA Ti Qi.AR'Ta ... 1id l 5:m .1.in. 21r d .. orm.. pl.
Ne' Mh.o .r. .. I d ih 5Ch. r .d c ',u.. A 7
1905 LAtITL'E Oi BOSTON LATIUD:: U 1 NEL 10 ii LIAT ,F WVii H
905 AN HICALGJ. IND PHILADELPHIA CI lS LOUIS.
i i m I .1f i... Le. l s.r. J i er . t-- 7 .i l S .. . T l.. g .
-- 1, --, S SL S- .
"S *-*t Sur. |MiN t Sun M|ooN -*LC SIr,. |M1o.:
k 'L I!: S li l. iI. R& iL S<&L l R I'i S.
" 5 '5 56 7 5 5 0 435 5 -7 4 '5 55 6 I
2 Mo. S -1l JS I 32 5 41 S 42 10 53 25 47 8 46
3 ITu. rS 50 9 26 2 24 '5 58 9 30 l 46 5 57 9 35
4 1\V' 5 37 I0 19 3 17 i5 3S 0 23 0 13 5 3 10o 29
5 TH. Ib I II 15 4 15 76 O I 10 I 14 75 59 Ii 25
6 FR. 5 34 mornl 5 19 35 morn 2 17 5 310 1iior
7 SA. 3 0 14 6 :1 ro 2 o s1 3 '9 '6 1 0 23
8 S S5 35 I iI 7 2 25 32 I- 4 19 .5 33 I 22
9 1MU. *o 5 2 14 iS '6 4 2 i- 5 14 r6 32 C
ic Tu. .'5 7 33 9 5 s5 28 3 S 3 5 5 30 3 17
ll W '*0 8 4 1 949 o 6 4 -1:I 0 47 0 5 4 14
12 TH. ,5 24 5 9 10 31 5S 2 5 9 27 15 5 ICo
13 FI. Pr6 Io Ii e II 8 6 i rS re S I r6 7I rises.
14 5A. 15 21 6 o 11 42s 5 22 6 2 8 39 5 :4 6 25
i '6 6 '3 510 0 r6 iI 6 541 9 1- '6 9 6 57
16 Mo. ; 7 24 0 37 5 19 :7 9 54 s5 21 7 32
I '?'ll. >6 iS 8 ? I o i6 13 8 o 10 32 11 IS 1
iS WEL 5 14 S 4-1 I 57 ,5 I' 8 4911 '3 15 is s 55
I9 TII. >6 17 9 33 2 41 '1) 9 .3 ..... ,'6 1 3 9 43
20 FI't 5 11 10 2- 3 29 5 13 10 31 0 2' 55 I' 10 37
21 '6 in -27 4 22 'o 16 II 31 1 21 76 5 i11 36
22 1 5 5 S morn 522 i5 1 mnort 2 2C' 5 3 "irn
23 Mo. ro6 22 o 31 6 25 '6 1 0 34 3 23 '6 '7 0 38
24 ii. 1< 5 I 39 7 29 as 8 i 41 4 26 io i 1 45
25 Wi. -.6 24 2 50 S 3o '6 22 2 51 5 27 4' i1 2 54
26 TH. 5 2 4 9 20 .5 5 4 4 624 s5 7 4 5
27 FR. i 26 5 20 0 20 '6 5 19 7 1 6 21 5 19
2S SA. 5 0 .set- II 10 15 2 .et 8 5 5 5 Ses.
29 5- r6 29 6 28 11 5s 26! 6 31 S 5; '6 24 6 36
30 Mo. s4 57 7 5 0 3 i5 7 1 9 47 '5 3 7 24
31 Tu. r6 32 8 8 15 rd 29 8 12 io 36 r6 26 8 i8












4EhIr E R'
M001' S PHASES. EASTERN DIVl&IO6N. CENTRAL DIVISION,
iIl. fla i.,lr] i.r ,
FIR(T Q L.kTER ... 3. li Il., P.ti id 1, i ,.ii r 1.
FL.LL M o ... .......... ".d .., i nm. A.'.! id. ill,. ilIn FP.M
LAST QuARTEP ....... 14i Shl. l341. F l l d ;.i. i4m F.I.
NEW MOON .......... L-d. I-h. 4-m AM 2rd il. .Tirn ,A l.


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TIH 14 52
FR o6 35
SA. 14 Wo
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Mo. i4 43
TU. r6 401
'.V L. 4 41
1TH. ;-6 43
FR. ;4 44
SA. r6 45
A '4 41
Mo.d 1 4S
Tr. ,1. 42l
WE. ,6 il
I'H 14 3S
IF'. ,.6 5
S%. 54 36
S ro6 55
Mo. s4 35
r u. ,6 ;S
WVE r4 33
rH. '7 0
FR. 34 32
t3. '7 3
c "4 31
Mo.I 5
I'i. 14 30
We r: 7
'FH. -4 29


IDE OF BOSTON LATiURE OF h W YORK LAT. OF WASH
D CHICAGO. ANO PHILADELPHIA. (k &ST LOUIE
r.. IIT.C L culiu i. -"l Ple..i 1.-,. '. T. i .... ,, ,P o T .re.
lid. il A i II
MLc. -r Si. .1. -'i io SUN IMoCuli
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io 5 3 O 54 56 1 9..... 4 59 o 4
I' 5 3 54 '6 32 11 c 0 53 16 29 i '3
morn 4 42 r4 54 nll 11ii J51 4 5 Ic10r
o 5 5 51 S 3I 0 S 2 49 31i 0 12
S5 6 48 4 i 3 45 4 55 1
2 4 41 10 37 2 5 4 37'' 34 2
3 3 8s 3 4 49 3 3 5" 2 34 53 3 5
4 I 9 13 39 04 11 i 6 3 4
4 5S 9 55 4 47 4 5' 6 53 '4 5' 4 56
5 55 so 35 '6 42 15 3 ? 31 6 38 5 51
rises. ll 13 4 45 Ti-- 8 4 49 r i..-
6 I 11 51 b 44 6 85 48 ?6 4 i 6 o1
6 4: o0 1, 4 43 6 40 9 30 S4 4- 6 52
S29 o 52 6 46 330" r '6 42 39
S ?1 I 35 )44 47 S 25o 4 46 8 31
9 15 2 206 4 9 9 ?2 I 39 i6 45 9 -7
i) iS 3 14 40 1o 21 0 4 34 45 1o 26
11 -2 3 59 16 5111 25 0 57 '6 47 11 29
ior'ii 4 55 '4 39 tnor I1 54 14 43 morn
o o3 5 5: ',6 54 32 2 5 t6 49 o 35
So40 7 I '4 38 I 41 3 5 4 4' I 43
2 5z S 2 r6 s6 2 52 4 5 6 5' 2 53
4 9 I i4 3" 4 6 5 $s '4 41 4 ;
5 22 9 5 '6 8 5 1; 6 5'4 ;6 54 5 l
sets. 10 50 '4 30 4sc. `41 4 40 eIs
5 50 II 41 F 05 5 54 3' '6 55 co 0
0 43 o 6 s4 35 6 52 9 30 354 6 53
7 4S 0 5" '7 2 52 10 20 r6 57 7 58
S 50 i 49 *4 34 54 9 4 39 8 59
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a 1ss lN uIIsUN. urNIA. i-n.
FIRST QLUARTi. ..... jd. hl. 37m. P N 3d. Col )711. i.M.
FULL NTMON........... lid. 6h. 26m. F.M. iad. 511 2111. P M.
LA&T QUARTER....... 9d b. Fm. A.M I9d. 6b. 8m. A.M.
New MooN........... 5d. mih. 3m. P.M 2sd ich. 3m. P.M.
1905 LATITUDE OF BOSTON LATITUDE OF NEW YORK LT. OF WASH.
AND CHICABO AND PHILADELPHIA. CIN.l. LOUIS.
Day luoBlwem ilae. [.... a Lo. hLar Iln.. ^. Ia.al MenTao.
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10 55 3 '9
I1 56 4 20
morn 5 13
0 55 6 5
I 53 6 57
2 so 7 46
3 4-7 8 34
4 44 9 19
5 42 o1 3
iiiSe 10 46
5 26 11 28
6 16 .....
: I 0 31
S 12 I 15
9 16 2 I
10 21 2 47
1I 28 3 37
morn 4 31
0 3- 5 29
I 47 6 31
2 58 7 3
4 11 36
5 23 9 36
6 33 o1 33
sets 1 1 25
6 30 .....
7 34 0 38
8 38 I 25
9 4!1 2 12
'o 43 2 57


'7 4 9 56
14 34 1o 57
'7 6 11 58
s4 33 morn
r7 8 o 56
4 33 1 53
r7 10 2 49
54 33 3 45
r7 12 4 41
s4 33 5 39
r7 14 rises
i4 33 5 30
17 16 6 20o
'4 34 7 15
S17 178 i6
'4 34 9 19
'7 18 1o 23
4 3511 29
r7 o2 morn
r4 36 0 37
?" 21 I 46
4 37 2 56
37 22 4 8
s4 38 5 19
?; 22 6 29
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