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Table of Sixty-one Bright Stars. To ascertain when any star or constellation found in the following Table will be on the meridian, add the numbers opposite in the left-hand column of figures to the time of “ Sidereal Noon" found in the calendar pages. For the Rising of a star, subtract the number opposite in the right-hand column of figures from its meridian passage. For the setting of a star, add the same number to its meridian passage. Those marked (....) revolve in a circle of perpetual apparition, and do not rise nor set north of the latitude of New York (40° 42 49'), for which latitude the semi-ciurnal arcs are calculated. The civil day begins at the preceding midnight, and consequently 24 hours after nidnight, or 12 hours from noon, is morning of the succeeding day; and 24 hours to 36 hours from noon is evening of the next day. The table is arranged in the order of culmination. On Me-Rises &

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H. M. H. M. a Andromedæ (Alpheratz). 0 1 7 51 y Leonis (Al Gieba).

10 10 7 15 y Pegasi (Algenib) 06 6 50 B Ursæ Majoris

10 51 a Cassiopeæ (Schedir).

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0 37 4 51 B Leonis (Denebola).

11 40 6 68 B Andromedæ (Merach)

1 2 8 26 y Ursæ Majoris (Phad). 11 45 a Ursa Minoris (Polaris).

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2 25 4 85 B Arietis 1 47 m 16 € Ursæ Majoris (Alioth)

46 y Andromedæ (Almaach). 1 55 9 18 a Virginis (Spica)..

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13 40 a Arietis. 1 59 7 23 a Bootis (Arcturus).

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15 26 743 a Tauri (Aldebaran) 4 27 6 57 a Serpentis

15 85 6 23 a Auriga (Capella). 5 6 10 11 B'Scorpii.

15 55 4 49 B Orionis (Rigel) 5 77 5 30 a Scorpii (Antares)

16 18 4 19 B Tauri (El Nath).

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17 6 6 50 Orionis (Bellatrix) 5 17 6 20 a Ophiuchi.

17 26 5 15 () 6 24 5 58 B Draconis.

17 25 c Orionis (Anilam) 6 29 5 55 y Draconis

17 51 $ Orionis (Alnitak) 5 83 5 52 á Lyræ (Vega).

18 29 8 54 a Columbae (Phaet).. 5 84 8 37 B Lyræ

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19 41 6 29 a Canis Majoris (Sirius). 6 38 5 0 a Cygni (Denebola)

20 83 9 84 € Canis Majoris (Adhara) 6 52 4 7 a Cephei

21 12 aGeminor (Castor). 25 8 10 B Aquarii. .

21 21 5 87 a Canis Minoris (Procyon). 7 31 6 18 a Aquarii

21 55 5 56 B Geminor (Pollux)

7 36 7 50 a Pisceum Aus. (Fomalhaut). . 22 46 4 0 Ś Argus (Naos). 7 58 2 58 B Pegasi (Scheat)

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5 59 VENUS will be Morning Star until September 25, when it is in superior conjunction with the Sun, being then rendered invisible by the superior light of the Sun; and being also at its maximum distance from the Earth, it will have its minimum apparent diameter, and its disc, if visible, will be a perfect circle. After this date it will soon appear low in the west soon after sunset, heing Evening Star, and daily appearing further east of the Sun. At the close of the year 1866 it shows beautifully as a Morning Star, increasing in splendor until January 17, when its illuminated disc is greatest. It rises then about 4h. 23m. mo. On February 21 it reaches its greatest elongation46° 48—west of the Sun, whence it moves off towards the Sun and superior conjunction, with daily decreasing light. On January 1, it will be northeast of Antares; on February 5, it enters Sagittarius; March 8 it will be 30 south of 6 Capricorni; and April 4 it will be go south of y Aquaril, the brightest star in the Urn.

MARS will be Evening Star during the entire year. It will appear largest January 10, being then at is opposition, or 180° from the Sun, and rising about sunset. It is then nearest the Earth, and its diameter about four times as large as when at its conjunction. On April 15, it will be 90° east of the Sun, and pass the meridian about sunset. On January 1, it will be southeast of Pollux, and about on a line with Castor and Pollux. It moves backwards or to the west now, and until February 18. On January 7, it will be 235° south of Pollux; on January 14, 6° south of Castor; and on April 7, it will be back again due south of Pollux, but now 443° south of it, and 18° north of Procyon. After June the planet will be rather inconspicuous.

SATURN will be Morning Star until February 12, rising after this before midnight, and being Evening Star until November 19, when it becomes Morning Star. It will be in Libra most of the year, northwest of Antares,

and at the time of opposition, May 12, it will be brightest. The Astronomical Calculations have been made in mean time, expressly for this Almanac, by

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A YOUNG lady from one of our neighboring effects of it yet. The agent that brought about cities is now in Paris. She was riding recently the act, it will be recollected, was the Devil-with an attaché of the United States Mission in the same that had so much to do with secession the Bois de Bologne, when a gentleman driving in the United States.. Let us squelch the Old in a plain carriage met them and bowed. The Boy. young lady turned to her escort in great indignation, saying: "Did you see that impudent

SENSIBLE MAN. --The alderman who was lately fellow bow to me?" "Oh, yes," was the an- injured by the accidental discharge of his duty swer; " that was the Emperor.”

is reported to be in a fair way of recovery. He A GOOD THING FROM PRENTICE.-The first fe. while in full possession of his senses.

says that he'll never be caught that way again male secessionist was Madame Eve, who seceded from Adam, and thereby brought such mischief A DOG that watches his chances to steal a bite upon the state that it hasn't recovered from the is the worst kind of a watch-dog.

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I a troop of “ Trained Fleas,” that draw miniature ly," returned that personage, “I suspect the carriages and perform various other exploits of a Great Napoleon to have secreted himself about similar character. When exhibiting his tiny per- the person of Her Serene Highness, the Princess forrners before the King, the “Professor

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The “ Highness ” thus named, feeling suddenly seen to exhibit signs of great consterna- anything but “ Serene" at the thought of affordtion. "What is the matter, Herr Professor ?” ing quarters to such an intruder, made a hasty inquired His Majesty, on seeing that the perform- retreat to ber own apartments, whence, after a ance had come to a stand-still. “Sire," replied brief retirement with her cameriste, she smilingthe “ Professor,”“I perceive that one of my very ly returned to the royal presence, bringing some best performers, the Great Napoleon, has got object, held delicately between her thumb and loose and disappeared." “ Let search be made at finger, which she cautiously made over to the Proonce for the Great Napoleon,” replied the King, fessor.“ Alas ! Sire,” exclaimed the latter, after good-humoredly. “Ladies and gentlemen, let the a moment's glance at what he thought was his disHerr Professor have your best help in recapturing covered treasure, this is a wild flea and not the the Great Napoleon. In what direction, Herr Great Napoleon !" And the exbibition, was Professor, do you imagine the runaway to have thus brought to an ignominious conclusion.

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“As I was going over the bridge the other The Democrats once had a grand rally and day," said a native of Erin, “I met Pat Hewins. barbacue. An Irishman went to some of the

Hewins,' says I, "how are you? • Pretty Democratic leaders and said: well, thank you, Donnelly,' says he. 'Donel- “An' sure, didn't ye know betther than to ly,' says I, that's not my name.' Faith, have a barbacue on Friday, when two-thirds of then, no more is mine Hewins.' So with that the party can't ate mate ?" we looked at aich other agin, an'sure enough, it

“Can you let me have twenty dollars this was nayther of us.'

morning to purchase a bonnet, my dear?" said “COAL is coal now," said a city coal-merchant a lady to her husband one morning at breakfast. to a man who was remonstrating with him upon By-and-by, my love." its high price.

“That's what you always say, my dear; but "I am glad of that,” replied the other, "for how can I buy and buy without the money?" the last lot you sold me was half of it stone." That brought the money.

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8 634 576 581 2 56 8 415 06 551 2 55' 52: 3 4 6 511 2 05 THE “local" of the Blufton Banner thus An old bachelor in Middleboro, invited a young poetizes April:

lady to a restaurant to get a lunch. Without Bright, bully April day!

the knowledge of the lady he ordered two oyster Birds a siagia', bolla a ringin', grass upspringin' stews. On

their arrival, the lady said she never All the way!

ate stewe, so the gallant old fellow fell to and

devoured both, permitting his companion to What dusty, musty, rusty dolt could say

watch his operations with hungry glances. 'Twas not as nioo as a mioo and better than ice

When he had made an end, he politely escorted This April day!

her home--where, probably, she did some Frogs a hollerin', hogy a wallerin', cool lager a damage to cold baked beans and berry ple. swallerin' forty times or more a day-

“Do ye iver know such a cold summer as [This verse would have been truly grand, but the this?” asked Mike of a fellow Irishman. "Yes," machine broke dova. "Belis,"la the first cian. answered Pat,

"When?" “Last winter, be za, probably relates to those worn by the cows.] Jaberg!"

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