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59 WALL-STREET, NEW-YORK, BUY AND SELL BILLS OF EXCHANGE

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AND ISSUE

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BROWN, SHIPLEY & co.,

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BROWN, SHIPLEY & Co.,

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Por Contenis and Index, see the other side of this page.

THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION,

NEW-YORK.

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PAGE Abst. of Public Laws. 15-21 Principal Diplomatic Ordinary Revs. of U.S. 41 Party Platiorms, 1882.22-26 Officers U.S... 29,30 Ordinary Expenditures Constitutional Amend. Principal Judicial Ot. of the U. s.

41 ments in the States..

ficers U. S.. .30,31 Lists of Appropriations : 26.39,63,71,76,78,93 XLVIIth Congress. .32-34 Manufactures from Wool 4: Elect.U.S. Senators. 27 XLVIIlth Congress...34-36 Tables of Illiteracy. 1947 Cabinet of President Foreign Immigration.. 36 U. S. Debt Statement. Arthur

28 Foreign Trade of the U.S 37 Elecrion Tables, 1882..44-9 Principal Executive Of. Bank&Currency Tables 39 N. Y. St te Governme't 97 ficers U. s.

.28,29 Internal Rev. Tables... 40' List of Governors ......

ALPHABETICAL INDEX.

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PAGE Acts of Congress 15-21 House of Representa Ohio, Dem. platform.... :* Alabama, Senatorial

tives XLVIIth Cong. 33 Ohio, Rep. platform Election in

27 House of Representa. Oregon, sen, eiection in ? American Vessels, ship

tives XLVIIIth Cong 35) Oregon. Vote on pro btn ments in...

37) Illinois, vote on State Passenger Act... Anti-Mormon Act... 15 House construction. 95 Pennsylvania, DemoApportionment of Rep. Illiteracy in each State cratic platform.

presentatives. .....15, 98 and Territory... .42,43 Pennsylvania, GreenAppropriations for 1881 Immigration Act....... 17 back platform

82 and '83, and from Imports and Exports 37,38 Pennsyvania, Ind, Re. 1872

41 Indiana, con, amndts in 26 publican platform. Area of the States and Indiana, Dem. and Rep. Pennsylvania, Republl. Territories 98 platforms

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can platorm.. Army and Navy Legis. Indians, acts respect Pensions, payments for. lation.

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17 Pensions, laws respecg ** Banks, law continuing. 18 Indians, payments for... 41 Population of States and Banks, taxes of.. 40 Internal Revenue Act.. 18

Territories Buliion, trade in... 37-38 Internal Revenue, re

Post Office Acts........ Cabinet, members of...

ceipts from 1862. 40 Presidential votes...... Capital of Nat. Banks. 39 Iowa, con. amndts, in. 26 Prohibition. votes on..67% Chinese Legislation. 16 Iowa, sen. elections in. 27 Public Debt and int'st. Civil List expenses 41 Iron, exports and im Publio Land Acts... Coal, exports and im. ports of

37 Republican Platforms. ports or 37 Judges of U.S

31
1882..

22, 24, Coin, trade in.

37 Knit Goods ma'facture 42 River & Harbor app'ns. 41 Commission on Tariff 17 Knit Goods, act touch Rhode Island, vote on Constitut'al Amen'ts..26, ing

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constitutional conven. 59, 61, 71, 76,78, 95 Lands, receipts from. 41| Rhode Island,senatorial Congress, new appor Lead. exports and im

election ip. tionment of...

ports of

37 Senate. XLVIIth Cong. Copyright, act upon. 17 Legal-tender Noies... 43 Senate, XLVIIIth Con. Cotton, exports and im Life-saving Act.

18 Silver Certificates held. ports of 37 Liquor Taxeg..

40 Soldiers' Pay and Boun. Currency Tables. 39 Merchandise. exported ty Act.. Customs, receipts from. 41 and imported, value of 37 South Carolina, consti. Customs legislation 17 Michigan, con. amats in 59 tutional amendments. Debt of Unitra States. 43 Mionesota. Constitution. Steam Vessels Act.. Demorravic platforms of al amendments in 95 Steel, exports and file 1882. 22, 23, 25 Miscellaneous receipts.

ports or...... Diplomatic expenses... 41 Miscel'ous expenditures 41 Supreme Ct. repts, act Diplomatic officers. 29 Mississippi, sen. elec. in 27

concerning Dividends Nat. Banks. 39 Mormons,

legislation Tennessee, vote on conDomestic exports.

37
against

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stitutional convention Earnings of Nat. Banks 39 National Bank Act. 18 Tobacco, taxes on. Executive officers U.S. 29 Navy Legislation. 15 Tonnage of Vessels, con. Exports and imports...37,38 Navy Dept. exp'ditures cerning Foreign goods ro-ex

Navy Pension Fund 43 Virginta, con amdt io. ported

37 Nebraska, con. amdt. in 63 War Dept. expendit res Foreigu Immigration. 36 Nevada, con. amdt. in. 95 Wheat, exports of Foreign Intercourse ex New York, con. amdrs.

Wisconsin,con.amdts.in penditures... 41 in..

26,94 Wool, exp'is and imps.of Foreign Vessels, ship New York, list of Sher.

Woman Suffrage, rote on ments in

37 itfs and Co. Clerks.... 97 Fermepied Liquors. New-York, Dem. plat.

Election Returns taxes on 40 form

23 From all the States and Ter Fract'nal Currency out. 39 New York, Greenback

ritories, alphabetically a Geneva Award Act... 171 platform

24 ranged, with comparative ta Georgia, senatorial elec New York, Rep. plat

ble of the general result, is tin in.

27
form

22 cluding the political compler Gold Certificates held. 13 X. Y. State Govt.

97 ion of each Legislature, sud Gold Coin Act... 17 Notes of Vat, Banks..

39 the vote in Connecticut and Governors of states.. 93 North Carolina, vote on

New York by Towns spil Gbk Platforms,'82. 24, 25

Liquor Law....

671 Counties,

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ECLIPSES.

In the year 1883 there will be four eclipses, two of the Sun and two of the Moon.

1. A partial eclipse of the Moon, April 22, invisible in the Eastern States, but visible on the Pacific Coast, the Pacific Ocean, and in Asia.

II. A total eclipse of the Sun, May 6, invisible in the United States. The central path or line of totality lies wholly in the South Pacific Ocean, starting at a point naar the east coast of South Australia, crossing the Friendly and Marquesas Islands, and ending off the coast of Peru, where the phenomenon will be seen at sunset as a partial eclipse.

IlI. A partial eclipse of the Moon, October 16, visible throughout the United States and on the Pacifio Ocean :

PLACE.

Albany.
Boston
Buffalo
Charleston
Chicago.
Cinsiunati
Now Or eans
New York
Philadelphia
San Francisco.
St. Louis.
Washington.

Begins.
Middle

Ends,
1 03 d. m. 2 00 a. m. 2 55 a. m.
1 14 &. m. 2 10 a. m. 3 06 a. m.
12 45 a. m. 1 40

a. m. 2 35 a. m. 12 39 a. m.

1 35 a. m. 2 30 a. m. 12 8 a m. 1 04 &. m. 2 00 &. . 12 21 a. m. 1 17 &. m.

2 12 8. m. 12 00 a. m. 12 55 a. m. 1 50 &. m. 1 03 a. m. 1 59 a. m.

2 54 & m. 12 58 a. m. 54 a. m. 2 50 &. m.

9 49 Ev. 15 10 45 Ev. 15 11 40 Ev. 15 11 57 Ev. 15 12 54 a. m. 1 49 a. m. 12 50 a. m.

1 46 a. m. 2 42 a. m.

Magnitude of the eclipse = 0.280 (Moon's diameter being 1).

IV. An annular eclipse of the Sun, October 30, invisible in the United States, excepting on the wostern side of the Rocky Mountains, where a partial eclipse will be visiblo just before sunset. The path of the annular eclipse begins in Corea, crosses Japan and ends in the North Pacific Ocean.

Spring begins, March 20, 6 p. m.
Summer begins, June 21, 2 p. m.

The Four Seasons.

Autumn begins, September 23, 4 a. m.
Winter begins, December 21, 10 p. m.

Morning Stars.
Venus, until September 20.
Mars, all the year.
Jupiter, after July 8.
Satutn, after May 20.

Evening Stars.
Venus, after September 20.
Jupiter, before July 5.
Saturn, before May 20.

Planets Brightest. Mercury, January 22, May 14 and September 11, setting soon after the Sun ; also March 3, July 2 and October 22, rising then immediately before the Sun. Venus, January 9. Mars, not this year. Jupiter, not this year. Saturn, November 28.

Planetary Conjunctions. Mercury will be in conjunction with Mars February 13, March 17; with Jupiter July 20; with Saturn May 1; with Uranus August 24 ; and with Neptune April 27.

Venus will be in conjunction with Mercury July 3, July 8 and October 4; with Mars May

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10; with Jupiter July 26; with Saturn June 19; with Uranus September 17; and with Neptune June 8.

Mars will be in conjunction with Jupiter October 19; with Saturn July 20; and with Neptune June 26.

In addition to the above, Venus will be in conjunction with the star Eta Ophiuchi Jan. uary 19 ; with Pi Sagittarii February 20; with Delta Capricorni March 26, and with Lambda Aquarii April 10. Mars will be in conjunction with the star Mu Geminorum August 29; with Delta Geminorum September 20; and in Præsepe October 24. Jupi. ter will be in conjunction with Mu Geminorum May 23 ; and stationary near Præsepe November 21. Saturn will be in conjunction with Aldebaran August 13 and November 1. Mercury will be in conjunction with Delta Capricorni March 9; and with Gamma Vir. ginis October 20. Uranus will be in conjunction with Beta Virginis October 13.

Church Days and Cycles of Time.
Epiphany

Jan. 6 , Easter Sunday.. Mar. 26 Advent Sunday
Septuagesima.. ...Jan. 21 Low Sunday........ A pr. 1 Dominical Letter
Shrove Sunday. .Feb. 4 Rogation Sunday... Apr. 29 Epact
Ash Wednesday Feb. Ascension Day May 3 Golden Number,
First Sunday, Lent. Feb. 11 Whit Sunday

May 13

Solar Cycle. Palm Sunday........Mar. 18 Trinity Sunday May 20 Roman Indiction Good Friday ........Mar. 23 | Corpus Christi... .May 24

Julian Period..

Deo. 2

G 22

3 16

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POSITIONS OF OBSERVATORIES. The following is a list of the principal Observatories in the United States, with the &ographical and geocentric latitude of each, and the longitude (in time) from both Washington and Greenwich. Tho latitudes are all north or positive, and the "reduction to geocentric latitude" must in every case be subtracted from the geographical latitude. West longitudes are positive; eastern ones negative :

Reduction

LONGITUDE.

Place.

Latitude.

Geocentric
Latitude.

From
Washington.

From Greenwich.

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1 Albany .

42 39 48.5 11 Alfred

42 15 19.8 11 Allegheny

40 27 41.6 11 Amherst

42 22 15.6 11 Annapolis

38 58 63,5 11 Ann Arbor

42 16 48.0 11 Bethlehem

40 36 23.9 11 Cambridge

42 22 48.3 11 Chicago

41 60 01,0 11 Cincinnati (new obs.)

39 08 35.5 11 Cincinnatı (old obs.)

39 06 26,5 11 Clinton

43 03 17.0 11 Georgetown

38 64 20.2 11 Glasgow

39 16 16.8 11 Hanover

43 42 15.0 11 Hastings.on. Hudson..

40 69 25.0 11 Haverford..

40 00 36.5 11 Hudson

41 14 42.6 11 Madison

43 04 36.7 11 New Haven.

41 18 36.5 11 New.York (Columbia Col.).. 40 45 23.1 11 New York (Rutherfurd) 40 43 48.5 11 Ogden

41 13 08.6 11 Philadelphia

39 57 07.5 Poughkoopsie

41 41

18.0 Princeton

40 20 57.8 11 Washington

38 53 38.8 11 West Point

41 23 31.0 11 Williamstown

42 42 49.0 11

27.2
21.6
27.5
15.0
27.3
22.2
27.6
26.2
15.8
15.6
28.9
14.6
16.4
29.8
23.6
19.8
24.4
28.9
24.6
22.7
22.6
24.3
19.5
25.8
21.2
14.5
24.9
28.3

H. M. SEC. H. M. SBC
0 13 12.87 .1.4 54 59.22
0 02 55.00.5 11 07 09

0 11 60.84..5 20 02.93 -0 18 04.08 -1.4 50 07.30

0 02 15.60 -- 5 06 66.49 1-0 26 43.10 -5 34 65. 19

0 (6 40.19 1-5 01 31.90

0 23 41.11.1.4 44 30.98 -1.0 42 14.69.5 50 26.78

0 29 29.33 •.5 37 41.43

0 29 46.85 -1 -5 37 58.94 -0 06 34.651 - 5 01 37.44 0 00 06.2015 08 18.29 1 03 05.93 1-6 11 18.02

0 19 04.13.4 49 07.96 - 0 12 42.041.1.4 65 29.70 -0 (6 69.34.1-5 01 12.75 -- 0 17 32.06 1-5 25 44.15

49 25.80 -5 67 87.90 --016 29.90 .4 51 42.19

0 12 18.40 1.4 55 53.69 0 12 15.47 -1.4 55 56.62

2 19 47.52 -7 27 69.61 -007 33.64 -1.5 00 38.45 - 0 12 36.50 2.4 65 33.60 0 09 34.542.4 68 37.53

-- 5 08 12 09 :0 12 22.71 1.4 65 49.38 0 15 18.60 .4 52 53.50

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