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THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION,

NEW-YORK.

PAGE
PAGE

PAGE Abst. of Public Laws..16.16 Executive and Depart. Tables of Trade and mental Officers U. S..43-44

Commerce ... arty Plattorms, 1881.16-25

67-68 Diplomatic Officere. U 8.43-44 Foreign lumigration.. 69 Inaugurals of Pres'd's Judicial Officers, U.S..44-45 Ordinary Revenues.

Gartield and Arthur.. 26-28 XLVIIth Congress. 46-48 Ordinary Expenditures Cabinets of Presidents Table of Apportiontent Indebtedess of Cities.. 69

Gartield and Arthur.. 42 of Representatives, 49 Election Tables. 70-92 Const Amendments in U.S. Census by Coun. Committees of Congress

29-31,92 ties and States... 50-62 Vote of Brooklyn... 93 Elect.8.5.5 Senators.32.40, 92 Cereal Products.

64 Valuation and IndebtBxports of Provisions, 28 Tobacco & Cotton Crop. 64 edness of Counties of Presidential Elections, Iron and Steel Statistics 65 New York State 1872-1880..

41 Votes in Republican N. Y. State Governme't U. 8. Debt Statement.. Congressional Caucus 66 List of Governors

ALPHABETICAL INDEX.

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PAGE Acts of Congress........15-16 Iron and Steel, products Pennsylvania, Republi. American Vessels, ship.

of...

65
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22 mente in... 67) Iowa, Con. Amdte

29 Pennsylvania, DemoApportionm't underXth Judicial officers U.S...

cratic platform.

22 Census.

49 Lands, public laws on.. 15 Pennsylvania, Sen. elec. Arthur, Pres't inang'ral 28 Legal-tender" Noies.. 41 tion in

37-38 Banks, law on...

15 Maine, senatorial elec, Pensions, laws on... 15 Ballion, traoe in...

67-68
tion in.

32 Pensions, amounts for 69 Cabinet, members of... 42 Maryland, con. amndtin 29 Population of U.S.

63 California,

senatorial Massachusetts, senato. Provisions, exports of.. 28 election in

32
rial election in.

32 Popular vote on Pres't. Census of U.S. by coun..

Massachusetts, Consti. Population of U. S... 50 ties

50-62 tutional amendment.. 29 Pres 1, vote for.. Cereal production U.S

61 Massachusetts. Repub. Pubic Lands, lawson.. 15 Cities, indebtedness of. 69 lican platform..

16 Republican Platforms, Civil List, cost ot.... 19 Massachusetts, Demo

1881.

16,18,21,22,23 Coin, trade in.. cratic platform.. 17 Revenues of U.S.

69 Commerce, tables of..... 67-68 Michigan, Con. Amats.. 29 Khode Island, Senatorial Committees of Congress 93 Michigan, Sen. election 30 election in

39 Colored pop. in U. 8. 63 Mining Claims, law of.. 15 Senate, list of.

46 Connecticat, senatorial Minnesota, Con. Amndt Senatorial elections in election in.. 32 in...

30

32-40,92 Cotton Crop of U.S.. 63 Minnesota, Sen.electn..

83 Spirits, receipts froin... 69 Cotton manufacture. 66 Missouri, Con. Amudt.. states, Governors of Constitutional Amen'ts.29-31 in..

29 Steel and iron, producCustoms, receipts from. 69 Missouri, Sen. election

tion of...

65 Dairy products, exports 28

in...

33 Supreme Court, U, S.. Debt of Unitra States.. 41 National Banks, law

Tallow, exports of

28 Delaware, election of tonching

15 Tennessee, Sen.election 39 U.S.senator. 32 Native pop. in U, S.. 63

territores, lawson... 15 Democratic platforms of Navy, payments for. 69 Terrirories, Judges in.. 1881.......17, 19, 21, 22, 24 Navy Pension Fund.

69 Territories,

Governors 96 Diplomatic expenses.. 66 Nebraska, Sen. election 33 Texas, Con. Amat. in... 31 Diplomatic officers, U.S 43 Nevada, Sen. election

33 Texas, sen, electii n in Domestic exports. 67 New-flampshire, vote Tobacco, product of.. 64 Executive officers U.S. 43 on Senatorship

34 Tobacco, rev. from..

96 Expenditures of U.S... 69 New.Jersey, Senatorial U.S. Bonds, law on.. 15 Exports and imports...67.68 election in.

33 C.S. Debt.. Foreiga Decorations, New York, Con. Amdts. U.S. Notes, amount of 40 law of.

15
in...

29 Virginia, Con. Amdt. in 31 Foreign goods ro-ex. New York, Rep. plat Virginia, Rep. platform 23 ported

67
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18 Virginia, Readjuster Foreign pop. In U.S.. 63 New-York, Dem. plat platform..

23 Garfield, Pres't, Inaugu.

form

19 Virginia, Dem. platform 24 ral of

.25-28 New York, G'b'k-Labor 20 Virginia, Sen. election Garfield, Pres't, popular New York, Sen.election

in.

92 voto for.. 41 in..

34 West Virginia, Sen.elec. Governors of States.. 96 New-York, Con. Amdts.

tion in

40 Greenback. Labor plat

in..

30 Wheat, product of. 64 form 20 N. Y. State Govt.

95 White population in U. House of Represents N. Y. valuation and in.

63 tives XLVIIth Cong. 47 debtedness of coun Wisconsin, Con. Amdt. Imports and exports. 07.65 ties

94
in..

31 Indebtedness of cities.. 37 N. Carolina, Con. Amdt. Wisconsin, Sen. election 40 Indiana, con, amnat...

in...

31 Indian Corn, products.. 64 officers of U.S.

42.48 Election Returns. Iudians, payments for... 69 Ohio, Rep. platform.

From the States which Interest on Debt.. 69 Ohio, Dem. platform,

21 voted in 1881, alphabetically Internal Revenue rec'ts 691 Ohio, Sen, election in... 38 arranged.

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ECLIPSES.
In the year 1882 there will be two eclipses, both of the Sun.

1. A Total Eclipse of the Sun, May 17, invisible in this country. The line of totality starts in Northern Africa, passes across the Red Sea and Central Asia, and leaves that Continent at Shanghai. It will be visible in Europe as a partial eclipse.

II. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, November 10, invisible in the United States. The central track of this eclipse begins near the Philippine Islands, passes north of Australia and New Zealand, and along the southern part of New Guinea, and ends near Easter Island in the Southern Pacific Ocean. In Australia and New Zealand it will be visible as & partial eclipse.

TRANSIT OF VENUS. In addition to these solar eclipses, there will be a Transit of Venus across the Sun's disk, December 6. This is the last Transit of Venus that will occur for two centuries, tho next transit taking place June 8, A. D. 2004. In Europe, the ingress or entrance of the planet on the solar surface will alono be seen. At San Francisco, and in most portions of the Northwest, ingress will tako place before sunrise. In all other parts of the United States, the whole transit will be visible. The following table shows the time of ingress and egress at the places named. External contact will take place at Ingress 20 minutes earlier, and at Egress 20 minutes later, ihan the times named for internal contact.

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9 30 a. m. 010 p. m. 2 51 p. m. Boston

9 41 2. m.
0 21 p. m.

3 02 D. m. Buffalo

9 10 8. m. 11 51 a. m. 2 32 p. m. Charleston

9 05 2. m. 11 46 a. m. 2 27 p. m. Chicago..

8 25 a. m. 11

16 a. m. 1

58 p. m. Cincinnati

8 47
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28 2. m. 2 09 P. m. New Orleang

8 25
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1 48 p. m. New York

9 29 a. m. 009 p. m. 2 50 P. m. Philadelphia

9 25 2. m. 005 p. m. 2 46 p. m. San Francisco.

8 59 a. m. 11 42 &. m. St. Louis..

8 21 a. m. 11

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1 47 p. m. Savannah

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2 23 p. m, Washington

9 17
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2 39 P. m.
The Four Seasons.
Spring begins. March 20, 12 noon.

Autumn begins, September 22, 11 p. m. Summer begins, June 21, 8 a. m.

Winter begins, December 2) 5 p. m
Morning Stars.

Evening Stars.
Venus, until February 20, after Dec. 6. Venus, after Fehruary 20, until Dec. 6.
Mars, after December 10

Mars, until December 10.
Jupiter, after May 30, until Dec. 18.

Jupiter, until May 30, after Deeember 18.
Saturn, after May 6, until Nov. 14.

Saturn, until May 6, after November 14.

Planets Brightest. Mercury, March 21, July 20, November 8, rising then just before the Sun; also Febru. ary 6, June 1, September 28, setting then just after the Sun. Venus, November 1. Mars, not this year. Jupiter, December

18. Saturn, November 14,

Planetary Conjunctions.
Mercury will be in conjunction with Neptune May 4; with Uranus August 28, and with
Spica Virginis September 20.

Venus, with Mercury February 21, May 30, December 9: with Saturn April 19; with
Neptune April 21; with Uranus July 30; with Regulus July 14; and with Antares Octo-
ber 16.

Mars, with Uranas July 27; with Venus August 2 and December 6; with Mercury
September 21, October 13 and December 15; and with Regulus June 27.
Jupiter, with Venns May 6, and with Mercury May 13.
Saturn, with Mercury May 4, and with Neptune May 11.

Curch Days and Cycles of Time.
Epiphany

Jan. 6 Easter Sunday...... April 9 Advent Sunday Dec. 3
Septuagesima. Feb. 5 Low Sunday

- A pr. 16

Dominical Letter
Shrove Sunday. Feb. 19 Rogation Sunday May 14 Epact .....

11 Ash Wednesday

Feb. 22
Ascension Day

May 18
Golden Number..

2 First Sunday, Lent.Feb. 26 Whit Sunday

.May 28
Solar Cycle.

15 Palm Sunday........ April 2 Trinity Sunday. Juno Roman Indiction

10 Good Friday ........ April 71 Corpus Christi......June 8 1 Julian Period..

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Southings of the Principal Planets. The planets Venus, Jupiter and Saturn will cross the meridian of Washington on the 1st and 15th of each month, as below. in Washington mean time. The same figures will also be substantially correct for any other meridian in the United States :

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15th 11 32.8 a.m. 0 11.2 p... 31.7 p.m. 0 52.3 p.m. 1 25.0p.m. 2 06.9 p.in Jupiter. 1st 8 10.3 p.m. 6 11.2 D.m.

15th 7 14.9 p.m. 5 21.5 p.m. Saturn .1st 7 30.2 p.m. 5 30.4 p.m.

15th 6 35.3 p.m. 4 38.5 p.m.

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15th 8 33.6 p.m. 2 42.5 p.m. 2 44.0 p.m. 3 41.4 p.m. 1 45.7p.m. 10 56.0 a.m Jupiter. 1st

7 08.7 8.m. 5 23.6a,n. 3 22.9 a.m. 1 13.9 am 18th

6 20.8 a.m. 4 30.8 a.m. 2 24.0a.m. 0 10.9 a.m Saturn..1st

4 55.6 a.m. 2 56.0 a.m. 0 46.5 a.m. 10 34.7 p.m 15th

4 00.6 a.m. 1 58.1 a.m. 11 42.7 p.m./ 9 35.8 pm

Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites. The Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites have been carefully calculated, and the times of their disappearance and reappearance set down in the National Ephemeris. They are useful in turpishing local time where the longitude is known, or the longitude where correct local time is known. In the following table are given the phases of ihe eclipses visiblo at Washington, with the Washington mean time of their occurrence. Between conJunction and opposition the shadow of Jupiter lies to the west or right of the planet (by durect vision), where the phenomena shonld be looked for. After opposition tho satellites disappear, and reappear on the east or left-hand side of the planet. The satellites are represented by the Roman numerals I, II, III, according to the order of their distance from Jupiter. Dis the disappearance or immersion of the satellite in the shadow of the planet. Rits reappearance. The fourth satellite will not be eclipsed during 1882. Satel

Satel-
Date.

Time.
lites.
Date.

Time.

lites.

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January 6
January 7
January 13
January 14
January 15
January 22
January 22
January 25
January 29
February 1
February 1
February 5
February 7
February 8
February 14
Febroary 15
February 21
March 2
March 9
March 12
March 16
March 16
March 16
March 19
March 25
April 1..
Jūly 31..
July 31
August 16.
August 23.
August 23..
September 8.
September 12.
September 12.
September 18..
September 17
Beptember 19.
September 22.
September 23.
september 24.

H. M. SEC.
925 26.6 p.m. IR October 1
7 16 10.8 p.m. II R|October 8
11 21 21.7 p.m. IR|October 11
9 51 57.6 p.m. II R | October 15
5 50 18.6 p.m. IR October 16
0 27 49.3 a.m. II ROctober 17
746 16.2 p.m. IR|October 19
5 48 67.9 p.m. III R October 24
9 42 14.2 p.m.

IROctober 25
8 12 68.3 p.m. III D October 25
9 51 12.1 p.m. III RjOctober 26
11 38 11.9 pm.

IR October 31
6 07 14.8 p.m, IR November 1
6 67 46.6 p.m. II R November 1
8 03 11.2 p.m. IR November 7
9 33 54.8 p.m. IIR November 8
9 59 05.0 p.m. IR November 12
6 23 48.2 p.m.

IR November 16
19 33.6 p.m. IR November 17
6 41 01.9 p.m. II R November 20
8 22 21.5 p m. III D November 23
10 05 26.9 p.m. III R November 24
10 lö 14.9 p.m.

IR November 27 9 17 32.7 p.m.

II R November 29 6 39 46.1 p.m. IR November 30 8 35 14.7 p.m.

IR December 2 2 28 43.2 a,m. III R December 3 2 52 61.4 a.m. ID December 4 1 41 15.8 a.m. II D | December 7 3 01 46.5 a.m. ID December 7 4 18 14.0 a.m. II D December 9 1 16 55.2 a m. ID December 10 0 17 16.7 a.m. III D December 14 2 29 25.7 a.m. III R December 14 3 10 17.1 a.m. ID||December 16 1 27 24.8 a.m. II D December 19 4 16 02.8 a.m. III D December 22 5 03 39.1 a.m. ID December 25 11 32 01.9 p.m. ID December 26 4 03 55.7 a.m. II D | December 29

H. M. BEC. 1 25 25.2 a.m. ID 3 18 50.3 a.m. ID 10 34 17.0p.m. II D

5 12 18.2 a.m. I D 11 40 39.0 p.m.

1 D 10 29 11.9 p.m.

III R 1 10 25.3 a. in. II D 1 34 11.4 a.m.

ID 0 09 08.7 a.m. III D 2 29 08.1 a.m. IIIR 3 46 27.4 am. IS D 3 27 48.6 a.m. ID 4 08 26.4 2.m. III D 9 56 14.7 p.m. ID 5 21 32.0 a.m. ID 11 49 59.9 p.m.

ID 10 16 23.6 p.m.

II D 1 43 51.8 a.m.

ID 8 12 18.4 p.m. ID 0 52 05.4 m. II D 3 37 51.2 a.m. ID 10 06 19.8 p.m. ID 3 27 43.2 a.m. II D 8 04 42.9 p.m. III D 5 31 59.4 a.m.

ID 000 30.0 a.m. 6 29 07.5 p.m. I D 6 03 17.4 a.m. II D 0 03 48.9 a.m. III D 7 20 55.4 p.m. II D 1 54 49.6 8.m. ID 8 23 29.2 p.m. I D 4 03 11.5 a.m. III D 9 56 27.7 p.m. II D 3 49 18.1 a.m. ID 6 57 51.8 p.m. IR 3 10 43.6 a.m. IIB 2 24 01.5 a.m. IB 8 52 43.1 p.m.

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12 7 6 | 7 29 4 451 911 2 3 7 24 4 50 9 12 10 497 194 55 2 137 35 11 9 1510 2
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41 7 22 4 57 2 11 3 277 18 5 1 2 77 35 16 1 55 2 40 12 9 48 | 7 27 4 531 3 19 46,7 22 4 58 315 4 32 17 17 5 3 3 1017 35 17 2 56 3 45 12 10 9 7 26 4 54 4 22 8 j.

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12 12 12 7 225 310 24 2 87 185 710 24 11 40 17 13 5 11 10 23 17 05 25 10 19 10 53
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