Diary, July 16-August 30, 1906 while collecting in Virginia and West Virginia

ID: SIA RU007074

Creator: Stejneger, Leonhard, 1851-1943

Form/Genre: Fieldbook record

Date: 1906

Citation: Leonhard Stejneger Papers, 1753, 1867-1943

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Abstract

This field book is a diary describing Stejneger's daily collecting activities in Virginia and West Virginia from 16 July to 30 August 1906. Stejneger describes traveling to various locations to trap reptile and amphibian species. Often mentioned are bufo frogs, lizards, and salamanders. Specimen referred to in this diary may correspond with specimen listed in "Descriptions of reptiles and amphibians with specimen numbers from Europe (1905) and Virginia (1906)" (Box 26 Folder 4). Locations within Virginia include but are not limited to Mt. Solon and various places in Augusta County. Also included is a list of photographs taken and expenses.

Date Range

1906

Start Date

Jul 16, 1906

End Date

Aug 30, 1906

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Topic

  • Herpetology
  • Herpetologists

Place

  • Augusta
  • West Virginia
  • United States
  • Mount Solon
  • Virginia

Form/Genre

  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes
  • Diary

Accession #

SIA RU007074

Collection name

Leonhard Stejneger Papers, 1753, 1867-1943

Physical Description

1 field book

Physical Location

Smithsonian Institution Archives

Sublocation

Box 26 Folder 5

[[Start Page]] [[handwritten]] 1500 150 ____ 1350 1000 ____ 2350 4000 ____ 4 1650 ___________ 4950 11550 __________ Rx. 6105 1100 ___________ 3700 770 ______ 4470 68 70 [[end page]] [[Start Page]] 851 [[handwritten]] 15.00 28 56.00 65 $ 8.00 1.00 222 _____________ 80 80.00 ______ ______________ 140 120 15 64.00 9.00 1.00 _______________ 89.00 30 $60 8 2 4 _____ $70 [[End Page]]
268 4 4 2 = 6000 = 22200 ----- ±500 12)16080 (134.00 ------- ------- 48 (128 ------ ------- 48 1-4-88 268.00 1000 200 ------- 368.00 1370 14 4470 ------- 5840 5000 [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] The Excelsior Diary 1906 [[/preprinted]]
[[Start Page]] Calendar 1906 [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Eclipses 1906 There will be five Eclipses this year, three of the Sun and two of the Moon, as follows: I. Total of the Moon, Feb. 9. Begins, 0.57 A.M.; total begins, 1.58 A.M.; middle, 2.47 A.M.; total ends, 3.36 A.M.; ends, 4.37 A.M. II. Partial of the Sun, Feb. 23, invisible. III. Partial of the Sun, July 21, invisible. IV. Total of the Moon, Aug. 4. The beginning only will be visible in western U.S. V. Partial of the Sun, Aug. 19, visible in north-western U.S., Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon. Planets Brightest. Mercury, March 7-12 and June 5-10, setting shortly after the sun; also Sept. 3-8 and Dec. 12-17, rising shortly before the sun. Venus, Oct. 25. Mars, not this year. Jupiter, Dec. 28. Saturn, Sept. 4. Uranus, June 28. Movable Feasts, Etc. Septuages. Sun.Feb.11 Sexagesima " " 18 Quinquages. " " 25 Shrove Tuesday " 27 Ash Wednesday " 28 Quadrages. Sun. Mar. 4 Mid-Lent " " 25 Passion Sunday. Apl. 1 Palm Sunday.. " 8 Good Friday... " 13 Easter Sunday.. " 13 Low Sunday...." 22 Rogation Sun..May 20 Ascension Day. May 24 Whit-Sunday.. June 3 Trinity Sunday. " 10 Corpus Christi.. " 14 Advent Sunday,Dec. 2 Dominical Letter.. G Epact............. 5 Lun. C'cle (Gold.No.) 7 Solar Cycle........ 11 Roman Indiction.. 4 Julian Period......6619 Dionysian Period.. 235 Jewish Lunar Cycle 4 Mohammedan Era, year 1324 begins Feb. 25. Jewish Era, year 5667 begins at sunset, Sept. 19.
JANUARY 1906 N.Y. City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn., New Jersey. New York, Mich., Wis. Phases ______________________________________ Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon [[image crescent moon]] rises sets sets __ __ rises sets sets 7 25 4 43 11 43 1 M. 7 30 4 38 11 42 FIRST 7 25 4 44 morn 2 T. 7 30 4 39 morn QUAR., 7 25 4 45 42 3 W. 7 30 4 40 42 2D, 7 25 4 46 1 37 4 Th. 7 30 4 41 1 39 H. M. 7 25 4 47 2 33 5 F. 7 30 4 42 2 36 9 52 7 25 4 48 3 34 6 S. 7 29 4 43 3 37 ___ 7 25 4 49 4 27 7 S. 7 29 4 44 4 31 7 24 4 50 5 22 8 M. 7 29 4 45 5 27 [[image full moon]] 7 24 4 51 6 16 9 T. 7 29 4 46 6 20 FULL 7 24 4 52 rises 10 W. 7 29 4 47 rises MOON 7 24 4 53 6 9 11 Th. 7 29 4 48 6 6 7 23 4 54 7 12 12 F. 7 28 4 50 7 9 10th, 7 23 4 55 8 16 13 S. 7 28 4 51 8 14 H. M. 7 23 4 56 9 23 14 S. 7 28 4 52 9 22 II 37 7 22 4 57 10 36 15 M. 7 27 4 53 10 35 _____ 7 22 4 59 11 37 16 T. 7 27 4 54 11 38 7 21 5 0 morn 17 W. 7 26 4 55 morn [[image crescent moon]] 7 21 5 1 46 18 Th. 7 26 4 56 47 LAST 7 21 5 2 1 55 19 F. 7 25 4 58 1 57 QUAR., 7 20 5 3 3 4 20 S. 7 24 4 59 3 8 17TH, 7 19 5 4 4 13 21 S. 7 24 5 0 4 17 7 18 5 5 5 17 22 M. 7 23 5 1 5 21 H. M. 7 17 5 7 6 15 23 T. 7 22 5 3 6 19 3 48 7 17 5 8 sets 24 W. 7 22 5 4 sets _____ 7 16 5 9 6 26 25 Th. 7 21 5 5 6 23 [[image moon]] 7 16 5 10 7 28 26 F. 7 20 5 6 7 26 NEW 7 15 5 11 8 31 27 S. 7 19 5 8 8 30 MOON, 7 14 5 13 9 31 28 S. 7 18 5 9 9 30 7 13 5 14 10 27 29 M. 7 17 5 10 10 27 24TH, 7 12 5 15 11 26 30 T. 7 16 5 12 11 28 H M. 7 12 5 16 morn 31 W. 7 15 5 13 morn 0 9 ___________________ Heavy figures, 12 noon to 12 midnight. [[end page]] [[start page]] February 1906 N.Y. City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn., New Jersey. New York, Mich., Wis. Phases ______________________________________ Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon [[image: crescent moon]] rises sets sets __ __ rises sets sets 7 11 5 18 33 1 Th. 7 14 5 14 35 FIRST 7 10 5 19 1 20 2 F. 7 13 5 15 1 23 QUAR., 7 9 5 20 2 15 3 S. 7 12 5 16 2 19 1ST, H. M. 7 7 5 21 3 10 4 S. 7 11 5 18 3 14 7 6 5 22 4 5 5 M. 7 10 5 19 4 10 7 31 7 5 5 23 4 56 6 T. 7 9 5 21 5 0 ______ 7 4 5 25 5 47 7 W. 7 8 5 22 5 51 [[image: Full Moon]] 7 3 5 26 rises 8 Th. 7 6 5 23 rises 7 2 5 27 6 4 9 F. 7 5 5 24 6 2 FULL 7 1 5 28 7 11 10 S. 7 4 5 25 7 10 MOON, 7 0 5 30 8 20 11 S. 7 2 5 26 8 19 9TH, 6 58 5 31 9 28 12 M. 7 1 5 28 9 29 H. M. 6 57 5 32 10 37 13 T. 7 0 5 29 10 38 2 45 6 56 5 34 11 46 14 W. 6 59 5 30 11 48 ______ 6 55 5 35 morn 15 Th. 6 57 5 32 morn. 6 53 5 36 56 16 F. 6 56 5 33 59 [[image: crescent moon[] 6 52 5 37 2 3 17 S. 6 54 5 35 2 6 LAST 6 51 5 39 3 6 18 S. 6 53 5 36 3 10 QUAR., 6 49 5 40 4 6 19 M. 6 52 5 38 4 10 15TH, 6 48 5 41 4 58 20 T. 6 50 5 39 5 2 H. M. 6 46 5 43 5 44 21 W. 6 48 5 40 5 48 11 22 6 45 5 44 6 25 22 Th. 6 47 5 42 6 28 _______ 6 44 5 45 sets 23 F. 6 45 5 43 sets 6 42 5 46 7 17 24 S. 6 44 5 45 7 16 [[image: New Moon]] 6 41 5 48 8 16 25 S. 6 42 5 46 8 16 NEW 6 39 5 49 9 14 26 M. 6 41 5 47 9 15 MOON, 6 38 5 50 10 12 27 T. 6 39 5 49 10 13 23D, 6 37 5 51 11 7 28 W. 6 38 5 50 11 9 H. M. .... .... ..... .. .. .... .... ..... 2 57
MARCH 1906 N.Y. City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn., New Jersey. New York, Mich., Wis. Phases __________________________________________________ Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon rises sets sets __ __ rises sets sets FIRST 6 35 5 53 morn 1 Th. 6 36 5 51 morn QUAR., 6 34 5 53 5 2 F. 6 35 5 52 8 6 32 5 54 59 3 S. 6 33 5 53 1 3 3D 6 30 5 55 1 53 4 S. 6 31 5 54 1 57 H. M. 6 29 5 56 2 45 5 M. 6 30 5 55 2 49 4 28 6 27 5 57 3 36 6 T. 6 28 5 56 3 40 ____ 6 25 5 58 4 23 7 W. 6 26 5 57 4 27 6 24 5 59 5 6 8 Th. 6 25 5 58 5 9 6 22 6 0 5 47 9 F. 6 23 5 59 5 49 FULL 6 21 6 1 rises 10 S. 6 21 6 0 rises MOON 6 19 6 2 7 12 11 S. 6 20 6 2 7 12 6 17 6 3 8 23 12 M. 6 18 6 3 8 24 10TH 6 16 6 4 9 35 13 T. 6 16 6 4 9 37 6 14 6 5 10 45 14 W. 6 14 6 5 10 48 H.M. 6 12 6 6 11 56 15 Th. 6 13 6 6 11 59 ____ 6 11 6 8 morn 16 F. 6 11 6 7 morn 6 9 6 9 1 2 17 S. 6 9 6 9 1 6 6 7 6 10 2 1 18 S. 6 7 6 10 2 6 LAST 6 6 6 11 2 55 19 M. 6 6 6 11 3 0 QUAR., 6 4 6 12 3 42 20 T. 6 4 6 12 3 46 17TH 6 2 6 13 4 25 21 W. 6 2 6 13 4 28 6 1 6 14 4 59 22 Th. 6 0 6 14 5 2 H.M. 5 59 6 15 5 32 23 F. 5 59 6 15 5 34 6 57 5 58 6 15 6 1 24 S. 5 57 6 16 6 2 ____ 5 56 6 17 sets 25 S. 5 55 6 17 sets 5 54 6 18 8 2 26 M. 5 53 6 18 8 3 NEW 5 52 6 19 8 59 27 T. 5 52 6 19 9 1 MOON 5 51 6 20 9 55 28 W. 5 50 6 20 9 58 24TH 5 49 6 21 10 50 29 Th. 5 48 6 21 10 54 H.M. 5 47 6 22 11 45 30 F. 5 46 6 22 11 49 6 52 5 45 6 23 morn 31 S. 5 44 6 23 morn April 1906 N.Y. City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn., New Jersey. New York, Mich.,Wis. Phases ________________________________________________ Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon rises sets sets __ __ rises sets sets 5 44 6 24 38 1 S. 5 43 6 25 42 FIRST 5 42 6 26 1 28 2 M. 5 41 6 27 1 33 QUAR., 5 41 6 27 2 15 3 T. 5 40 6 28 2 19 1ST 5 39 6 28 2 59 4 W. 5 38 6 29 3 2 H. M. 5 37 6 29 3 40 5 Th. 5 36 6 30 3 43 11 2 5 36 6 30 4 16 6 F. 5 35 6 31 4 18 ____ 5 34 6 31 4 53 7 S. 5 33 6 32 4 54 5 33 6 32 rises 8 S. 5 31 6 33 rises 5 31 6 33 7 14 9 M. 5 30 6 34 7 15 FULL 5 30 6 34 8 28 10 T. 5 28 6 36 8 30 MOON, 5 28 6 35 9 40 11 W. 5 26 6 37 9 44 9TH, 5 26 6 36 10 50 12 Th. 5 25 6 38 10 54 H.M. 5 25 6 37 11 55 13 F. 5 23 6 39 12 0 1 12 5 24 6 38 morn 14 S. 5 21 6 40 morn 5 22 6 39 52 15 S. 5 20 6 41 57 ____ 5 20 6 40 1 42 16 M. 5 18 6 42 1 47 5 19 6 41 2 27 17 T. 5 16 6 43 2 30 5 17 6 42 3 4 18 W. 5 15 6 45 3 7 LAST 5 16 6 43 3 35 19 Th. 5 13 6 46 3 37 QUAR., 5 14 6 44 4 5 20 F. 5 12 6 47 4 7 15TH 5 13 6 45 4 33 21 S. 5 10 6 48 4 33 H.M. 5 11 6 46 5 1 22 S. 5 9 6 49 5 0 3 36 5 10 6 47 sets 23 M. 5 7 6 50 sets ____ 5 8 6 48 7 49 24 T. 5 6 6 51 7 51 5 7 6 49 8 45 25 W. 5 4 6 52 8 49 5 6 6 50 9 39 26 Th. 5 3 6 53 9 43 NEW 5 4 6 51 10 33 27 F. 5 1 6 55 10 37 MOON 5 3 6 52 11 23 28 S. 5 0 6 56 11 28 23D, 5 2 6 53 morn 29 S. 4 58 6 57 morn H.M. 5 0 6 55 13 30 M. 4 57 6 58 17 .... .... ...... ... ... .... .... .... 11 6
May 1906 N.Y. City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn., New Jersey. New York,Mich., Wis. Phases ----------------------------------------------------- Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon rises sets sets ___ ___ rises sets sets 4 59 6 56 56 1 T. 4 56 7 0 1 0 First 4 58 6 57 1 37 2 W. 4 54 7 1 1 40 Quar., 4 56 6 58 2 15 3 Th. 4 53 7 2 2 18 1st 4 55 6 59 2 50 4 F. 4 52 7 3 2 51 H. M. 4 54 7 0 3 23 5 S. 4 51 7 4 3 24 2 7 4 53 7 1 3 59 6 S. 4 49 7 5 3 58 4 52 7 2 4 34 7 M. 4 48 7 6 4 32 Full 4 51 7 3 rises 8 T. 4 47 7 7 rises Moon, 4 49 7 4 8 31 9 W. 4 46 7 8 8 34 8th 4 48 7 5 9 41 10 Th. 4 44 7 9 9 45 H. M. 4 47 7 6 10 44 11 F. 4 43 7 10 10 48 9 9 4 46 7 7 11 39 12 S. 4 42 7 11 11 43 4 45 7 8 morn 13 S. 4 41 7 12 morn Last 4 44 7 9 25 14 M. 4 40 7 13 29 Quar., 4 43 7 10 1 4 15 T. 4 39 7 14 1 7 15th 4 42 7 11 1 39 16 W. 4 38 7 15 1 41 H. M. 4 41 7 12 2 10 17 Th. 4 37 7 16 2 11 2 2 4 40 7 13 2 38 18 F. 4 36 7 17 2 39 4 39 7 14 3 5 19 S. 4 35 7 18 3 5 4 39 7 15 3 32 20 S. 4 34 7 19 3 31 New 4 38 7 16 4 2 21 M. 4 33 7 20 4 0 Moon, 4 37 7 17 4 33 22 T. 4 32 7 21 4 30 23D, 4 36 7 18 sets 23 W. 4 31 7 22 sets H. M. 4 36 7 19 8 29 24 Th. 4 31 7 23 8 33 3 0 4 35 7 20 9 22 25 F. 4 30 7 24 9 26 4 34 7 20 10 11 26 S. 4 29 7 25 10 15 4 34 7 21 10 56 27 S. 4 29 7 26 11 1 First 4 33 7 22 11 38 28 M. 4 28 7 27 11 41 Quar., 4 32 7 23 morn 29 T. 4 27 7 28 morn 31st, 4 32 7 23 15 30 W. 4 27 7 28 18 H. M. 4 31 7 24 49 31 Th. 4 26 7 29 51 1 23 June 1906 N.Y. City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn.,New Jersey New York,Mich.,Wis. Phases. __________________ __________________ ______ Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon rises sets sets __ ___ rises sets sets 4 31 7 24 1 23 1 F. 4 25 7 30 1 24 Full 4 30 7 24 1 50 2 S. 4 25 7 30 1 57 Moon, 4 30 7 26 2 29 3 S. 4 25 7 31 2 28 6th, 4 30 7 26 3 5 4 M. 4 24 7 32 3 3 4 29 7 27 3 44 5 T. 4 24 7 32 3 41 H. M. 4 29 7 28 rises 6 W. 4 24 7 33 rises 4 11 4 29 7 28 8 25 7 Th. 4 23 7 33 8 29 ----- 4 29 7 29 9 26 8 F. 4 23 7 34 9 30 4 28 7 30 10 19 9 S. 4 23 7 35 10 23 4 28 7 30 11 2 10 S. 4 23 7 36 11 5 Last 4 28 7 31 11 40 11 M. 4 22 7 36 11 42 Quar., 4 28 7 31 morn 12 T. 4 22 7 37 morn 13th, 4 28 7 32 13 13 W. 4 22 7 37 15 H.M. 4 28 7 32 42 14 Th. 4 22 7 38 43 2 34 4 28 7 32 1 9 15 F. 4 22 7 38 1 9 ----- 4 28 7 33 1 37 16 S. 4 22 7 38 1 36 4 28 7 33 2 5 17 S. 4 22 7 39 2 3 4 28 7 33 2 35 18 M. 4 22 7 39 2 32 New 4 28 7 34 3 7 19 T. 4 22 7 39 3 4 Moon, 4 29 7 34 3 43 20 W. 4 23 7 40 3 39 21st, 4 29 7 34 4 23 21 Th. 4 23 7 40 4 19 4 29 7 34 sets 22 F. 4 23 7 40 sets H. M. 4 29 7 34 8 55 23 S. 4 23 7 40 9 0 6 5 4 29 7 34 9 38 24 S. 4 23 7 40 9 42 ----- 4 30 7 35 10 17 25 M. 4 24 7 41 10 29 4 30 7 35 10 52 26 T. 4 24 7 41 10 54 First 4 30 7 35 11 27 27 W. 4 24 7 41 11 28 Quar., 4 31 7 35 11 57 28 Th. 4 25 7 40 11 58 29th, 4 31 7 35 morn 29 F. 4 25 7 40 morn H. M. 4 32 7 35 30 30 S. 4 26 7 40 30 9 19
[[start page]] JULY 1906 N.Y. City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn., New Jersey. New York,Mich.,Wis. Phases. ______________________ ___________________ _______ Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon rises sets sets ___ ___ rises sets sets 4 32 7 35 I 3 1 S. 4 26 7 40 I 2 [[picture in Moon's Phases. column of FULL MOON, 5TH, H. M. 11 27]] 4 32 7 35 I 39 2 M. 4 26 7 40 I 36 4 33 7 34 2 20 3 T. 4 27 7 40 2 16 4 33 7 34 3 7 4 W. 4 28 7 40 3 2 4 34 7 34 rises 5 Th. 4 29 7 39 rises 4 35 7 34 8 6 6 F. 4 29 7 39 8 11 4 35 7 33 8 54 7 S. 4 30 7 39 8 58 4 36 7 33 9 34 8 S. 4 30 7 38 9 37 [[picture in Moon's Phases. column of LAST QUAR., 13TH, H. M. 5 13]] 4 37 7 33 10 12 9 M. 4 31 7 38 10 15 4 37 7 32 10 43 10 T. 4 32 7 38 10 44 4 38 7 32 11 12 11 W. 4 33 7 37 11 13 4 39 7 31 11 40 12 Th. 4 33 7 37 11 40 4 39 7 31 morn 13 F. 4 34 7 36 morn 4 40 7 30 7 14 S. 4 35 7 36 6 4 41 7 30 38 15 S. 4 36 7 35 36 4 42 7 29 I 8 16 1 M. 4 37 7 34 I 6 4 43 7 29 I 42 17 2 T. 4 37 7 34 I 38 [[picture in Moon's Phases. column of NEW MOON, 21ST, H. M. 7 59]] 4 44 7 28 2 22 18 3 W. 4 38 7 33 2 18 4 44 7 27 3 4 19 4 Th. 4 39 7 32 3 0 4 45 7 26 3 54 20 5 F. 4 40 7 31 3 50 4 46 7 26 sets 21 6 S. 4 41 7 30 sets 4 47 7 25 8 17 22 7 S. 4 42 7 30 8 21 4 48 7 24 8 54 23 8 M. 4 43 7 29 8 57 4 48 7 23 9 30 24 9 T. 4 44 7 28 9 32 4 49 7 23 10 1 25 10 W. 4 45 7 27 10 2 [[picture in Moon's Phases. column of FIRST QUAR., 28TH, H. M. 2 56]] 4 50 7 22 10 34 26 11 Th. 4 46 7 26 10 34 4 51 7 21 11 6 27 12 F. 4 47 7 25 11 5 4 52 7 20 11 41 28 13 S. 4 48 7 24 11 39 4 53 7 19 morn 29 14 S. 4 49 7 23 morn 4 54 7 18 18 30 15 M. 4 50 7 22 15 4 55 7 17 I 0 31 16 T. 4 51 7 21 57 [[writing in left margin 16 - 32 + 4 [[box]]36[[box]] No 19 32]] [[end page]] [[start page]] AUGUST 1906 N.Y. City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn., New Jersey. New York,Mich.,Wis. Phases. ______________________ ___________________ _______ Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon rises sets sets ___ ___ rises sets sets 4 56 7 16 I 49 1 W. 4 52 7 20 I 45 [[picture in Moon's Phases. column of FULL MOON, 4TH, H. M. 7 59]] 4 57 7 14 2 44 2 Th. 4 53 7 18 2 40 4 58 7 13 3 49 3 F. 4 54 7 17 3 44 4 59 7 12 rises 4 S. 4 55 7 16 rises 5 0 7 11 8 7 5 S. 4 56 7 15 8 9 5 I 7 10 8 42 6 M. 4 57 7 14 8 43 5 2 7 9 9 12 7 T. 4 58 7 12 9 13 5 3 7 7 9 41 8 W. 4 59 7 11 9 41 [[picture in Moon's Phases. column of LAST QUAR., 11TH H. M. 9 47]] 5 4 7 6 10 10 9 Th. 5 0 7 10 10 9 5 5 7 5 10 38 10 F. 5 1 7 8 10 36 5 6 7 4 11 7 11 S. 5 2 7 7 11 5 5 7 7 2 11 40 12 S. 5 3 7 6 11 37 5 8 7 1 morn 13 M. 5 4 7 4 morn 5 9 7 0 18 14 T. 5 5 7 3 14 5 10 6 58 I 0 15 W. 5 6 7 1 55 5 11 6 57 I 48 16 Th. 5 7 7 0 I 44 [[picture in Moon's Phases. column of NEW MOON, 19TH, H. M. 8 27]] 5 12 6 55 2 37 17 F. 5 8 6 58 2 33 5 13 6 54 3 35 18 S. 5 10 6 57 3 30 5 14 6 53 4 36 19 S. 5 11 6 55 4 33 5 15 6 51 sets 20 M. 5 12 6 54 sets 5 16 6 50 8 3 21 T. 5 13 6 52 8 4 5 17 6 48 8 35 22 W. 5 14 6 51 8 36 5 17 6 47 9 8 23 Th. 5 15 6 49 9 7 5 18 6 45 9 42 24 F. 5 16 6 48 9 41 5 19 6 44 10 18 25 S. 5 17 6 46 10 15 [[picture in Moon's Phases. column of FIRST QUAR., 26TH, H. M. 7 42]] 5 20 6 42 11 0 26 S. 5 18 6 44 10 56 5 21 6 41 11 45 27 M. 5 19 6 43 11 41 5 22 6 39 morn 28 T. 5 20 6 41 morn 5 23 6 37 37 29 W. 5 21 6 39 33 5 24 6 36 I 37 30 Th. 5 22 6 38 I 33 5 25 6 34 2 41 31 F. 5 23 6 36 2 36 [[end page]]
SEPTEMBER 1906 N.Y City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn.,New Jersey. New York, Mich.,Wis. Phases Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk.Sun Sun Moon [[sketch of moon]] rises sets sets----- ---rises sets sets 5 26 6 33 3 47 1 S. 5 24 6 35 3 44 FULL 5 27 6 31 rises 2 S. 5 26 6 33 rises 5 28 6 29 7 10 3 M. 5 27 6 31 7 11 2D 5 29 6 28 7 40 4 T. 5 28 6 29 7 40 H. M. 5 30 6 26 8 9 5 W. 5 29 6 28 8 8 6 36 5 31 6 25 8 38 6 Th.5 30 6 26 8 36 --- 5 32 6 23 9 7 7 F. 5 31 6 24 9 5 5 33 6 21 9 39 8 S. 5 32 6 22 9 36 [[sketch of quarter moon]] 5 34 6 20 10 14 9 S. 5 33 6 21 10 11 5 35 6 18 10 53 10 M. 5 34 6 19 10 48 LAST 5 36 6 16 11 38 11 T. 5 35 6 17 11 34 QUAR., 5 37 6 15 morn 12 W. 5 36 6 15 morn 10TH 5 38 6 13 27 13 Th.5 37 6 14 23 H.M. 5 39 6 11 1 22 14 F. 5 38 6 12 2 17 3 53 5 40 6 9 2 21 15 S. 5 39 6 10 2 18---- 5 41 6 8 3 23 16 S. 5 40 6 8 3 20 5 42 6 6 4 29 17 M. 5 41 6 7 4 27 [[sketch of new moon]] 5 43 6 4 sets 18 T. 5 43 6 5 sets NEW 5 44 6 3 7 7 19 W. 5 44 6 3 7 6 MOON, 5 45 6 1 7 41 20 Th.5 45 6 1 7 40 18TH, 5 46 5 59 8 18 21 F. 5 46 6 0 8 15 5 47 5 58 8 58 22 S. 5 47 5 58 8 54 H.M. 5 48 5 56 9 43 23 S. 5 48 5 56 9 38 7 33 5 49 5 55 10 32 24 M. 5 49 5 54 10 28 ---- 5 50 5 53 11 30 25 T. 5 50 5 53 11 25 5 51 5 52 morn 26 W. 5 51 5 51 morn[[sketch 1st quar. moon]] 5 52 5 50 33 27 Th.5 52 5 49 28 FIRST 5 53 5 48 1 37 28 F. 5 53 5 47 1 33 QUAR., 5 54 5 46 2 43 29 S. 5 54 5 46 2 40 25th, 5 54 5 44 3 48 30 S. 5 56 5 44 3 46 H. M. ............................................ I II OCTOBER 1906 N. Y. City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn., New Jersey. New York,Mich.,Wis. Phases. Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon [[sketch of full moon]] rises sets sets -- -- rises sets sets 5 56 5 43 4 50 1 M. 5 57 5 42 4 48 FULL 5 57 5 41 rises 2 T. 5 58 5 40 rises MOON 5 58 5 39 6 37 3 W. 5 59 5 39 6 36 2D, 5 59 5 38 7 8 4 Th. 6 0 5 37 7 6 H.M. 6 0 5 36 7 37 5 F. 6 1 5 35 7 34 7 48 6 1 5 35 8 11 6 S. 6 2 5 33 8 8[[sketch of last quar. moon]] 6 2 5 33 8 48 7 S. 6 3 5 32 8 44 LAST 6 3 5 31 9 30 8 M. 6 4 5 30 9 26 QUAR., 6 4 5 30 10 18 9 T. 6 6 5 28 10 13 10TH, 6 5 5 28 11 8 10 W. 6 7 5 27 11 4 H. M. 6 7 5 27 morn 11 Th. 6 8 5 25 12 0 10 39 6 8 5 25 5 12 F. 6 9 5 23 morn 6 9 5 23 1 5 13 S. 6 10 5 22 1 2 [[sketch of new moon]] 6 10 5 22 2 8 14 S. 6 11 5 20 2 6 NEW 6 11 5 20 3 16 15 M. 6 13 5 19 3 14 MOON, 6 12 5 19 4 23 16 T. 6 14 5 17 4 23 17TH, 6 13 5 17 5 35 17 W. 6 15 5 15 5 35 H.M. 6 14 5 16 sets 18 Th. 6 16 5 14 sets 5 42 6 15 5 14 6 51 19 F. 6 17 5 12 6 48[[sketch of 1st quar. moon]] 6 16 5 13 7 36 20 S. 6 18 5 11 7 32 FIRST 6 18 5 12 8 26 21 S. 6 20 5 9 8 22 QUAR., 6 19 5 10 9 22 22 M. 6 21 5 8 9 18 24th, 6 20 5 9 10 24 23 T. 6 22 5 6 10 20 H.M. 6 21 5 7 11 28 24 W. 6 23 5 5 11 24 8 49 6 22 5 6 morn 25 Th. 6 24 5 3 morn 6 23 5 4 34 26 F. 6 26 5 2 31 [[sketch of full moon]] 6 24 5 3 1 38 27 S. 6 27 5 1 1 35 FULL 6 26 5 2 2 42 28 S. 6 28 4 59 2 41 MOON 6 27 5 1 3 43 29 M. 6 29 4 57 3 42 31ST, 6 28 4 59 4 42 30 T. 6 31 4 57 4 42 H.M. 6 29 4 58 5 42 31 W. 6 32 4 55 5 43 11 45
[start page] November 1906 N.Y City,Phil., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn., New Jersey. New York, Mich., Wis. Phases. __________________________________________________ Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon [moon rises sets rises -- -- rises sets rises image] 630 457 rises 1 Th. 633 454 rises Last 631 456 610 2 F. 634 453 6 6 Quar., 632 454 645 3 S. 636 451 641 9th, 634 453 725 4 S. 637 450 721 635 452 810 5 M. 638 449 8 6 H.M. 636 451 858 6 T. 639 448 854 4 45 637 450 953 7 W. 641 447 949 ----- 638 449 1051 8 Th. 642 445 1048 [moon 640 448 1151 9 F. 643 444 1148 image] 641 447 morn 10 S. 644 443 morn New 642 446 55 11 S. 646 442 53 Moon, 643 445 2 0 12 M. 647 441 1 59 16th, 644 444 3 9 13 T. 648 440 3 9 H.M. 646 443 4 20 14 W. 649 439 4 21 3 36 647 442 5 33 15 Th. 651 439 5 35 ----- 648 441 sets 16 F. 652 438 sets [moon 649 440 613 17 S. 653 437 6 8 image] 650 439 7 8 18 S. 654 436 7 4 First 651 439 8 10 19 M. 656 435 8 6 Quar., 653 438 9 17 20 T. 657 434 9 12 22D, 654 438 1023 21 W. 658 433 1020 H.M. 655 437 1130 22 Th. 659 432 1127 ----- 656 436 morn 23 F. 7 0 432 morn [moon] 657 436 34 24 S. 7 2 432 32 image] 658 435 1 36 25 S. 7 3 431 1 35 Full 659 435 2 37 26 M. 7 4 431 2 37 Moon, 7 0 435 3 35 27 T. 7 5 430 3 36 30th, 7 2 434 4 34 28 W. 7 6 430 4 36 H.M. 7 3 434 5 33 29 Th. 7 7 430 5 36 6 7 7 4 434 rises 30 F. 7 8 429 rises [end page] [start page] December 1906 N.Y City, Phila., Boston, New Eng., Moon's Conn., New Jersey. New York,Mich.,Wis. Phases. ____________________________________________________ Sun Sun Moon Mo. Wk. Sun Sun Moon [moon rises sets rises -- -- rises sets rises image] 7 5 434 5 24 1 S. 7 10 429 5 20 Last 7 6 433 6 6 2 S. 7 11 429 6 2 Quar., 7 7 433 6 54 3 M. 7 12 428 6 49 8th, 7 8 433 7 46 4 T. 7 13 428 7 42 H.M. 7 9 432 8 41 5 W. 7 14 428 8 36 8 45 7 10 432 9 40 6 Th. 7 15 428 9 37 ----- 7 11 432 10 41 7 F. 7 16 428 10 38 [moon 7 12 432 11 44 8 S. 7 17 428 11 42 image] 7 13 432 morn 9 S. 7 17 428 morn New 7 14 432 48 10 M. 7 18 428 48 Moon, 7 15 432 1 56 11 T. 7 19 428 1 56 15th, 7 15 433 3 7 12 W. 7 20 428 3 8 H.M. 7 16 433 4 19 13 Th. 7 21 428 4 21 1 54 7 16 433 5 34 14 F. 7 22 428 5 37 ----- 7 17 433 6 49 15 S. 7 22 429 6 54 [moon 7 18 433 sets 16 S. 7 23 429 sets image] 7 18 433 6 57 17 M. 7 24 429 6 53 First 7 19 434 8 4 18 T. 7 24 429 8 0 Quar., 7 20 434 9 16 19 W. 7 25 430 9 13 22D, 7 20 435 1023 20 Th. 7 26 430 1021 H.M. 7 21 435 1127 21 F. 7 26 431 1126 10 3 7 21 436 morn 22 S. 7 26 431 morn ----- 7 22 437 30 23 S. 7 27 432 29 [moon 7 22 437 1 30 24 M. 7 27 432 1 30 image] 7 23 438 2 28 25 T. 7 28 433 2 29 Full 7 23 439 3 25 26 W. 7 28 433 3 28 Moon 7 23 439 4 23 27 Th. 7 28 434 4 26 30th, 7 23 440 5 19 28 F. 7 29 435 5 23 H.M. 7 24 440 6 14 29 S. 7 29 436 6 19 1 43 7 24 441 rises 30 S. 7 29 437 rises 7 24 442 5 39 31 M. 7 30 437 5 35
Domestic Postage. FIRST CLASS.--Letters and all written matter, whether sealed or unsealed, and all other matter sealed, nailed, sewed, tied, or fastened in any manner, so that it cannot be easily examined, 2 cents per ounce or fraction thereof. A "Special Delivery" ten-cent stamp, in addition to the law- ful postage, entitles the letter to immediate de- livery at, or within one mile of, any post-office. Postal card, 1 cent each; with paid reply, 2 cents. SECOND CLASS.--Newspapers,magazines,and other periodicals issued at stated intervals, at least four times a year, 1 cent for each four ounces, payable by postage stamps. THIRD CLASS.--Embraces printed books, pamphlets, circulars, engravings, lithographs, proof-sheets and manuscript accompanying the same, and all matter of the same general char- acter, and not having the character of personal correspondence. The limit of weight is 4 pounds, except in the case of single books. The postage is 1 cent for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof. FOURTH CLASS.--All mailable matter, not in- cluded in the preceding classes, so prepared as to be easily taken from the wrapper and exam- ined. Rate, 1 cent per ounce or fraction thereof, except seeds, roots, cuttings, bulbs, etc., which are once cent per two ounces. Limit of weight, 4 lbs. Full prepayment compulsory. Register all valuable letters and packages. Registry fee, 8 cents, which, with the postage, must be fully prepaid. MONEY-ORDER FEES ARE:--On Orders not exceeding $2.50, 3 c.; $2.50 to $5, 5c.; $5 to $10, 8 c.; $10 to $20, 10 c.; $20 to $30, 12 c.; $30 to $40, 15 c.; $40 to $50, 18 c.; $50 to $60, 20 c.; $60 to $75, 25 c.; $75 to $100, 30 c. [[end page]] [[start page]] foreign Postage. TO ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES (except Can- ada and Mexico): On Letters, 5 cents for each half ounce or frac- tion thereof--prepayment optional. Double rates are collected on delivery of unpaid or short-paid letters. International Postal Card, 2 cents. Newspapers, Books, Pamphlets, etc., 1 cent for each 2 ounces or fraction thereof. All matter except Letters must be prepaid. Letters and other packages may be registered-- fee, 8 cents. To the Dominion of Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, etc. [provinces italicized], Letters, Postal Cards, Printed Matter, Samples, etc., prepaid same as U.S.rates. Samples, 1 cent per 2 ozs. (must be paid at least 2cts.); Merchandise, 1 cent per ounce; packages not to exceed 4 lbs.--prepayment compulsory. To Mexico [italicized]: Letters, Postal Cards, and printed matter, same rates as in U.S. Samples, 1 cent per 2 ounces; Merchandise other than samples can only be sent by parcel post. To Philippines, Cuba, Guam, Porto Rico, Tu- tuila, and Hawaii [countries italicized], same rates as in U.S. LIMITS OF SIZE AND WEIGHT.--Packages of samples of merchandise to all countries must not exceed 12 ozs., nor measure more than 12 inches in lenght, 8 in breadth, and 4 in depth ; and packages of printed matter must not exceed 4 lbs., 6 ozs. INTERNATIONAL OR FOREIGN MONEY- ORDER FEES.--For Orders for sums of $10 or less, 10 cents; $10 to $20, 20 cents; $20 to $30, 30 cents; $30 to $40, 40 cents; $40 to $50, 50 cents; $50 to $60, 60 cents; $60 to $70, 70 cents; $70 to $80, 80 cents; $80 to $90, 90 cents; $90 to $100, $1.00.
Foreign coins Denomination. Country. In U.S. Money. Alfonso..... Spain............... $4.80 Boliviano... Bolivia............. .69.8 Crown....... Nor'y, Sw'n, Den'k.. .26.8 Dollar...... British America..... 1.00 "........... Mexico.............. .75.8 "........... Spain............... .94. Drachma..... Greece.............. .19.3 Florin...... Austria............. .34.5 Franc....... France, Belg, S'tz'd .19.3 20 Kroner... Nor'y, Sw'n, Den'k.. 5.25 Lira........ Italy............... .19.3 Mark........ German Empire....... .23.8 Milreis of 1000 reis... Brazil... .54.6 " " " ... Portugal. 1.08 Peseta of 100 centimes. Spain.... .19.3 Peso........ Chili............... .91.2 "........... Cuba................ .92.6 Piaster..... Egypt............... .04.9 "........... Turkey.............. .04.9 Pound Sterling (Sov.) England.... 4.87. Rouble of 100 copecks.. Russia... .55.8 Shilling.... England............. .24. Sol......... Peru................ .69.8 Thaler (3 marks)... Germany...... *.70. Yen......... Japan............... .88.8 In France, Belgium, Switzerland and Italy, 1 franc=100 centimes. Germany, 1 mark = 100 pfennig. Holland, 1 florin or gulden=100 cents. Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, 1 kroner =100 öre. Spain, 1 peseta=100 centavos. Austria, 1 florin=100 kreuzer. Portugal, 1 milreis=100reis. Greece, 1 drachma=100 leptas. Turkey, 1 piaster=40 paras. [[end page]] [[start page]] Principal Countries Country........ Square Miles. Population. Capital. Chinese Empire. 4,218,401 402,680,000 Pekin. British Empire. 12,208,596 386,578,832 London. Russian Empire. 8,660,395 136,000,000 St Peters'g. United States.. 3,602,990 76,295,200 Washingt'n. German Empire.. 211,109 52,279,901 Berlin. Austria-Hungary 201,591 41,827,700 Vienna. Japan.......... 147,669 41,089,940 Tokio. France......... 204,117 38,517,975 Paris. G't Brit'n & Ireland 121,230 37,888,439 London. Turkey......... 1,652,533 33,559,787 Const'nople. Italy.......... 110,665 29,699,785 Rome. Brazil......... 3,219,000 18,000,000 R. de Jane'o. Spain.......... 196,173 17,550,216 Madrid. Mexico......... 767,316 12,619,949 Mexico. Egypt.......... 400,000 9,700,000 Cairo. Philippines.... 143,000 8,000,000 Manila. Persia......... 636,000 7,653,600 Teheran. Morocco........ 314,000 6,500,000 Morocco. Belgium........ 11,373 6,030,043 Brussels. Siam........... 280,550 5,700,000 Bangkok. Roumania....... 46,314 5,376,000 Bucharest. Canada......... 3,456,690 4,823,875 Ottawa. Sweden......... 167,477 4,784,981 Stockholm. Portugal....... 34,038 4,708,178 Lisbon. Colombia....... 331,420 4,600,000 Bogota. Abyssinia...... 189,000 4,500,000 Magdala. Holland (N'la's) 12,680 4,450,870 The Hague. Argentine Rep'c 1,095,013 4,044,911 Buenos Ay's. Chili.......... 256,860 3,110,085 Santiago. Peru........... 405,040 3,000,000 Lima. Switzerland.... 15,981 2,933,334 Berne. Bolivia........ 472,000 2,500,000 La Paz. Norway......... 125,590 2,000,917 Christiania.
Poisons and Antidotes. Send for a physician. Induce vomiting, by tickling throat with feather or finger. Drink hot water or strong mustard and water. Swallow sweet oil or whites of eggs. Acids are antidotes for alkalies, and vice versa. Acids, Mineral.-Chalk, magnesia (plaster off wall in emergency), solution carbonate of soda, emollient drinks, fixed oils. Carbolic.-Any soluble sulphate, such as magnesia. Hydrocyanic.-Fresh air and artificial respiration, with cold effusion. Ammonia by inhalation and intravenously in vein of leg. Aconite.-Emetics, stimulants, external and internal; keep up external heat, keep flat on back. Antimony Tart.-Vegetable acids, such as tannic acid, catechu. Arsenic.-Freshly precipitated hydrated sesquioxide of iron made by adding magnesia to any iron solution. Belladonna.-Emetics-mustard flour in water; give physostigma or pilocarpine; cold to head. Chlorine Water.-Albumen, white of egg, milk, flour. Chloroform.-Fresh air, artificial respiration (inclining head down, pull tongue forward), brandy and ammonia intravenously in leg, the Hypodermic injection of 15 m. tincture of digitalis and I-60 of a grain of atropine. Colchicum.-Emetics, followed by demulcent drinks. If coma be present, brand, ammonia, coffee. Opium in large dose. Keep up external heat. Conium.-Emetics, followed by stimulants external and internal. Poisons and Antidotes. Corrosive Sublimate.-Albumen, white of egg (4 gr. sublimate require white of one egg). flour, milk. Equal parts of lime water and milk. Emetics, or evacuate stomach by pump. Copper Sulph.-Yellow prussiate of potash or soap. Croton Oil.-Emetics; wash out stomach, followed by mucilaginous fluids containing opium. Digitalis.-Recumbent posture after emetics. Emetics and opium; give tincture aconite. Iodine.-Emetics and demulcent drinks, starch or flour diffused in water, opium and external heat. Lead Salts.-Any soluble sulphate, either magnesia or soda, succeeded by emetics, and afterwards by opium and milk. Lobella.-Stimulants externally and internally; external heat. Morphine.-Same as opium. Opium.-Atropine hypodermically till respirations number 8 per minute. stomach pump, stimulants, external and internal, brandy and coffee, cold affusion, ammonia to nostrils, galvanic shocks, compelling to move about, artificial respiration, electric brush, Permanganate of potash. Oxalic Acid.-Lime, not potash or soda. Phosphorus.-Sulphate of copper in emetic dos as chemical antidote. No oils. Emetics and purgatives. Potash and Soda Salts.-Dilute acetic acid, citric acid, lemon juice, fixed oils, demulcents, vinegar. Silver Nitrate.-Solution of common salt and demulcent drinks. Emetics. Tobacco.-Emetic, stimulants, external and internal, strychnine, external heat.
help in Case of Accidents. DROWNING.-1. Loosen clothing, if any. 2. Empty lungs of water by laying body on its stomach, and lifting it by the middle so that the head hangs down. Jerk the body a few times. 3. Pull tongue forward, using handkerchief, or pin with string, if necessary. 4. Imitate motion of respiration by alternately compressing and ex- panding the lower ribs about twenty times a minute. Alternately raising and lowering the arms from the sides up above the head will stimulate the action of the lungs. Let it be done gently by persistently. 5. Apply warmth and friction to extremities. 6. By holding tongue forward, closing the nostrils, and pressing the "Adam's apple" back (so as to close entrance to stomach), direct inflation may be tried. Take a deep breath and breathe it forcibly into the mouth of patient, compress the chest to expel the air, and repeat the operation. 7. DON'T GIVE UP! People have been saved after HOURS of patient, vigorous effort. 8. When breathing begins, get patient into a warm bed, give WARM drinks, or spirits in teaspoonfuls, fresh air, and quiet. BURNS AND SCALDS.- Cover with cooking soda and lay wet cloths over it. Whites of eggs and olive oil. Olive oil or linseed oil, plain, or mixed with chalk or whiting. Sweet or olive oil and lime-water. Shock, which is always present in severe burns, requires the administration of stimulants. Pain is more constant and intense in burns than in any other form of injury, and requires sedatives. FIRE IN A BUILDING.- Crawl on the floor. The clearest air is the lowest in the room. Cover head with woolen wrap, wet if possible. Cut holes for the eyes. Don't get excited. [italicized] [[end page]] [[start page]] help in Case of Accidents. SUFFOCATION FROM INHALING ILLUMI- NATING GAS.- Get into the fresh air as soon as possible and lie down. Keep warm. Take am- monia-twenty drops to a tumbler of water, at frequent intervals; also, two to four drops tinc- ture of nix vomica every hour or two for five or six hours. HEMORRHAGE.- The usual treatment is rest in the recumbent position ; small pieces of ice should be freely swallowed, and the application of ice wrapped in a bowl or in an ice-bage, or snow, cold water, etc., over the stomach ; hot applications may be applied to the extremities. MAD DOG OR SNAKE-BITE.- Tie cord tight above wound. Suck the wound and cauterize with caustic or white-hot iron at once, or cut out adjoining parts with a sharp knife. Give stimulants, as whisky, brandy, etc. FIRE IN ONE'S CLOTHING.- Don't run [italicized] - especially not downstairs or out-of-doors. Roll on carpet, or wrap in woolen rug or blanket. Keep the head down, so as not to inhale flame. FIRE FROM KEROSENE.- Don't use water [italicized], it will spread the flames. Dirt, sand, or flour is the best extinguisher, or smother with woolen rug, table-cloth, or carpet. CINDERS IN THE EYE.- Roll soft paper up like a lamp-lighter, and wet the tip to remove, or use a medicine dropper to draw it out. Rub the other [italicized] eye. FAINTING.- Place flat on back; allow fresh air, and sprinkle with water. Place head lower than rest of body. STINGS OF VENOMOUS INSECTS, ETC.- Apply weak ammonia, oil, salt water, or iodine. LIGHTNING.- Dash cold water over a person struck.
[start page] Weights and Measures. MEASURES OF WEIGHT-Avoirdupois: 1 pound equals 7000 grain: 16 drams, 1 ounce; 16 ounces, 1 pound; 112 pounds, 1 hundred-pound equals 5760 grains; 24 grains, 1 penny-weight; 20 pennyweights, 1 ounce; 12 ounces, 1 pound. Apothecaries: 1 pound equals 5760 grains; 20 grains, 1 scruple; 3 scruples, 1 dram; 8 drams, 1 ounce; 12 ounces, 1 pound. MEASURES OF LENGTH. Customary: 12 inches equal 1 foot; 16 1/2 feet, 1 rod; 40 rods, 1 furlong; 8 furlongs, 1 statute mile; 1 statute mile, 5280 feet or 1760 yards; 1 marine league, 3 nautical miles; 1 fathom, 6 feet; 1 nautical mile equals 6080.2 feet. SURFACE OR SQUARE MEASURE.- Customary: 144 square inches equal 1 square foot; 9 square feet, 1 square yard; 30.25 square yards, 1 square rod; 40 square rods, 1 square rood; 4 square roods, 1 acre; 640 acres, 1 square mile; 1 acre equals 208.7 feet square. SOLID OR CUBIC MEASURE.- Customary: 1728 cubic inches equal 1 cubic foot; 27 cubic feet, 1 cubic yard; 40 cubic feet of round timber, 1 ton; 50 cubic feet of hewn timber, 1 ton; 128 cubic feet of wood (4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet), 1 cord; 24.75 cubic feet of stone, 1 perch - usually 16 1/2 feet by 1 1/2 feet by 1 foot, but varies greatly. LIQUID MEASURE.- English gallon equals 277.274 cubic inches, or 1.20032 U.S. gallons; 4 gills, 1 pint; 2 pints, 1 quart; 4 quarts, 1 gallon. DRY MEASURE.- 1 bushel equals 2150.42 cubic inches; 2 pints, 1 quart; 4 quarts, 1 gallon; 2 gallons, 1 peck; 4 pecks, 1 bushel. [end page] [start page] To Tell Time of Tide. The time of high water at the places following may be found approximately for each day by adding or subtracting from the time of high water at New-York the hours and minutes annexed. H.M. H.M. Albany, N.Y.....+ 9.39 New Haven, Ct...+ 3.1 Annapolis, Md...+ 8.57 New London, Ct. + 1.22 Asbury Park, N.J.-0.37 Newport, R.I....- 0.22 Atlantic City,N.J.-0.29 Norfolk, Va.....+ 0.56 Baltimore, Md....+10.52 Norwich, Ct.... +2.5 Bar Harbor, Me.. +2.50 Ocean Grove, N.J. - 0.37 Beaufort, S.C... - 0.9 Old P. Comfort..+ 5.37 Boston, Mass.....+ 3.22 Plymouth, Mass..+ 3.12 Bridgeport, Ct....+ 3.4 Portland, Me.....+3.10 Bristol, R.I..... -0.12 Portsmouth, N.H. + 3.16 Cape May, N.J..+0.12 Po'keepsie, N.Y. + 4.27 Charleston, S.C..-0.43 Providence, R.I. + 0.7 Coney Isl'd, N.Y.-0.20 Richmond, Va...+ 8.47 Eastport, Me.... + 3.1 Rockaway, N.Y.- 0.28 Fernandina, Fla..-0.19 Rockland, Me....+ 2.55 Gloucester, Mass.+ 2.57 Rockport, Mass.....+ 3.5 Isle of Shoals....+3.11 Salem, Mass.....+3.5 Jacksonville, Fla.+0.36 Sandy Hook, N.J. - 0.32 Key West, Fla...+ 0.55 Savannah, Ga....+ 0.20 League Isl'd, Pa.+ 5.12 Smithfield, N.C. - 0.51 Long Branch, N.J.-0.38 Washington, D.C. + 11.54 Nahant, Mass....+ 3.2 Watch Hill, R.I. + 0.53 Nantucket, Mass. + 4.31 West Point, N.Y. + 2.55 New Bedford, " + 0.10 Wilmington, N.C. + 0.59 EXAMPLE. - To ascertain at what hour it will be high tide at Sandy Hook on the 1st of July, find first the time of high water at New York under that date, and then subtract 32 minutes, as found in above table opposite Sandy Hook; the result is the time of high water required.
The Metric System Metric Weights - 10 milligrams makes 1 centrigram, 10 centigrams 1 decigram, 10 decigrams 1 gram, 10 grams 1 dekagram, 10 dekagrams 1 hektogram, 10 hektograms 1 kilogram, 1000 kilograms 1 metric ton. Metric Measurs. - (one milliliter equals cubic centimeter.) 10 millilters makes 1 cewntiliter, 10 centiliters 1 deciliter, 10 deciliters 1 liter, 10 liters 1 dekaliters, 10 dekaliters 1 hektoliter, 10 hecktoloters 1 kiloliters. Metric Lengths. - 10 millimeters make 1 centimeter, 10 centimeters 1 decimeter, 10 decimeters 1 meter, 10 meters 1 dekameter, 10 dekameters 1 hektometer, 10 hektometers 1 kilmeter. 1 acre equals .4047 hectar; 1 bushel, 35.24 liters; 1 centimeter, .3937 inch; 1 cubic centimeter, .0610 cubic inch; 1 cubic foot, .0283 cubic meter; 1 cubic inch, 16.39 cubic cent.; 1 cubic meter, 35.31 cubic feet; 1 cubic meter, 1.308 cubic yards; 1 cubic yard, .7645 cubic meter; 1 foot, 30.48 centimeters; 1 gallon, 3.785 liters; 1 grain, .0648 gram; 1 gram, 15.43 grains; 1 hectar, 2.471 acres; 1 inch, 25.40 millimeters; 1 kilogram, 2.05 pounds; 1 kilometer, .6214 mile; 1 liter, .9081 quart (dry); 1 liter, 1.057 quart (liquid); 1 meter, 3.281 feet; 1 mile, 1.609 kilometers; 1 millimeter, .0394 inch; 1 ounce (avd.), 28.35 grams; 1 ounce (Troy), 31.10 grams; 1 peck, 8.809 liters; 1 pint, .4732 liter; 1 pound, .4536 kilogram; 1 quart (dry), 1.101 liters; 1 quart (liquid), .9464 liter; 1 sq. centimeter, .1550 sq. inch; 1 sq. foot, .0927 sq. meter; 1 sq. inch, 6.452 sq. cent.; 1 sq. meter, 1.196 sq. yards; 1 sq. meter, 10.76 sq. feet; 1 sq. yard, .8361 sq. meter; 1 ton (2000 lbs.), .9072 metric ton; 1 ton (2240 lbs.), 1.017 metric ton; 1 ton (metric), 1.102 tons (2000 lbs.); 1 yard, .9144 meter.
[[start page]] Business Law. Ignorance of the law excuses no one. Money receipt not always conclusive. The acts of one partner bind all the rest. A contract made with a minor is void in law. The law compels no one to do impossibilities. Notes bear interest only when stated on them. Signatures made with a lead pencil are good in law. Contracts that are made on Sunday cannot be enforced. Principals can be held responsible for the acts of their agents. No consideration is sufficient in law if it be illegal in nature. If the time of payment of a note is not inserted it is help payable on demand. A note obtained by fraud, or from an intoxicated person, cannot be collected. 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; if the consideration for which it was given and the amount can be proven, he must pay it. "Value received" is usually written in a note, and it should be, but is not necessary. If it is not written it is presumed by the law, or may be supplied by proof. [[end of page]] [[start page]] Weekly Table of Wages. Week 1 hour 2 hours 3 hours 4 hours 5 hours 6 hours 1 day 2 days 3 days 4 days 5 days 6 days $1.50 3 6 9 11 14 17 25 50 75 1.00 1.25 1.50 2.00 4 7 11 15 19 22 33 67 1.00 1.33 1.67 2.00 3.00 6 11 17 22 28 33 50 1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 4.00 7 15 22 30 37 44 67 1.33 2.00 2.67 3.33 4.00 5.00 9 19 28 37 46 56 83 1.67 2.50 3.33 4.17 5.00 6.00 11 22 33 44 56 67 1.00 2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 7.00 13 26 39 52 65 78 1.17 2.38 3.50 4.67 5.83 7.00 8.00 15 30 44 59 74 89 1.33 2.67 4.00 5.33 6.67 8.00 9.00 17 33 50 67 83 1.00 1.50 3.00 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.00 19 37 56 74 92 1.11 1.67 3.33 5.00 6.67 8.33 10.00 11.00 20 41 61 81 1.02 1.22 1.83 3.67 5.50 7.33 9.17 11.00 12.00 22 44 67 89 1.11 1.33 2.00 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 13.00 24 48 72 96 1.20 1.44 2.17 4.33 6.50 8.67 10.83 13.00 14.00 26 52 78 1.04 1.30 1.56 2.33 4.67 7.00 9.33 11.67 14.00 15.00 28 56 83 1.11 1.39 1.67 2.50 5.00 7.50 10.00 12.50 15.00 16.00 30 59 89 1.19 1.48 1.78 2.67 5.34 8.00 10.67 13.64 16.00 17.00 31 63 94 1.26 1.57 1.89 2.83 5.67 8.50 11.33 14.17 17.00 18.00 33 67 1.00 1.33 1.67 2.00 3.00 6.00 9.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 This Table is based upon the usual calculation of 9 hours to a day. [[end of page]]
[Start Page] Rate of Income on Stocks Purchased at the following prices (par value being $100), and bearing interest at the following rates: Paid. 3 per cent. 4 per cent. 5 per cent. 8 per cent. 7 per cent. 8 per cent. 9 per cent. $50 6.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 14.00 16.00 18.00 55 5.45 7.27 9.09 10.90 12.72 14.55 16.36 60 5.00 6.57 8.33 10.00 11.66 13.33 15.00 65 4.62 6.15 7.69 9.23 10.75 12.30 13.85 70 4.28 5.71 7.14 8.57 10.00 11.42 12.85 75 4.00 5.33 6.66 8.00 9.33 10.66 12.00 80 3.75 5.00 6.25 7.50 8.75 10.00 11.25 85 3.53 4.70 5.88 7.05 8.23 9.41 10.58 90 3.33 4.44 5.55 6.66 7.77 8.88 10.00 91 3.30 4.40 5.49 6.59 7.69 8.79 9.89 92 3.26 4.34 5.43 6.52 7.60 8.70 9.78 93 3.23 4.30 5.38 6.45 7.53 8.60 9.68 94 3.19 4.26 5.32 6.38 7.45 8.51 9.57 92 3.15 4.21 5.26 6.31 7.36 8.42 9.47 93 3.23 4.30 5.38 6.45 7.53 8.60 9.68 94 3.19 4.26 5.32 6.38 7.45 8.51 9.57 95 3.15 4.21 5.26 6.31 7.36 8.42 9.47 96 3.13 4.17 5.21 6.25 7.29 8.33 9.38 97 3.09 4.12 5.15 6.18 7.22 8.25 9.28 98 3.06 4.08 5.10 6.12 7.14 8.16 9.18 99 3.03 4.04 5.05 6.06 7.07 8.08 9.09 101 2.97 3.96 4.95 5.94 6.93 7.92 8.91 102 2.94 3.92 4.90 5.88 6.86 7.84 8.82 103 2.91 3.88 4.85 5.83 6.80 7.77 8.74 104 2.88 3.85 4.81 5.77 6.73 7.69 8.65 105 2.86 3.80 4.75 5.71 6.66 7.61 8.57 106 2.83 3.77 4.72 5.66 6.60 7.55 8.49 107 2.80 3.74 4.67 5.61 6.54 7.48 8.41 108 2.78 3.70 4.63 5.56 6.48 7.41 8.33 110 2.72 3.63 4.54 5.45 6.36 7.27 8.18 120 2.50 3.33 4.15 5.00 5.83 6.66 7.50 - [End Page] [Start Page] Rules for Computing Interest. The following will be found to be excellent rules for finding the interest on any principal for any number of days. When the principal contains cents, point off four places from the right of the result to express the interest in dollars and cents. When the principal contains dollars only, point off two places. Four per Cent-Multiply the principal by number of days to run, and divide by 90. Five per Cent-Multiply by number of days, and divide by 72. Six per Cent-Multiply by number of days, and divide by 60. Seven per Cent- Multiply by number of days, and divide by 52. Eight per Cent-Multiply by number of days, and divide by 45. Nine per Cent-Multiply by number of days, and divide by 40. Ten per Cent-Multiply by number of days, and divide by 36. Twelve per Cent-Multiply by number of days, and divide by 30. Fifteen per Cent-Multiply by number of days, and divide by 24. Eighteen per Cent-Multiply by number of days, and divide by 20. Twenty per Cent-Multiply by number of days, and divide by 18. Twenty-four per Cent-Multiply by number of days, and divide by 15. [End Page]
[[Start Page]] Things Easily Forgotten. No. of Watch Case....................... No. of Works............................ No. of Bank Book........................ No. of Bicycle.......................... My Weight on........................lbs. Height.................................. Size of my Hat...........Gloves......... " Hoisery......Collar......... " Cuffs........Shoes.......... " Drawers......Shirt.......... This book belongs to Leonhard Stejneger ................... U.S. National Museum ................... Washington, D.C. In case of accident notify .............................. .............................. [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Wea. MON. JAN. 1,1906 Ther. [[scratched out handwritting]] [[End Page]]
[[start page]] [[preprinted]]Wea. TUES.JAN.2, 1906 Ther.[[/preprinted]] [[honey]] [[stricken]]Lottie[[/stricken]] 7.50 trip 25.00 [[stricken]]Ice man[[/stricken]] 2.00 [[stricken]]milk man[[/stricken]] 5.00 [[?]] [[striken]]10.00[[/striken]] [[?]] 5.00 [[stricken]]med[[/stricken]] [[stricken]] 2.50[[/stricken]] ___________ 57.00 [[stricken]] [[?]] 2 weeks[[stricken]] 32.00 Tax 20.00 ___________ 109.00 _______________________________________________ [[stricken]] Hair pins Noble Ink postals ammonia [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]]Wea. WED.JAN.3, 1906 Ther. July 14. 2 tickets Washington to Strassburg Junt. 5.70 15 1 ticket Brookland to Washington buggy 0.10 16 Jims trunk 0.25 2 ticks Strassburg Junt. - Harrisonburg 3.00 [[?]] tick Harrisonburg - W & C junction .20 hack from W & C to Harrisonburg 0.50 ice cream do [[(ditto)]] 0.20 hotel do [[(ditto)]] 0.80 hack Harrisonburg to W & C junction 0.50 2 RR. tickets to Stokesville 1.40 Hack from Stokesville to Mike's place 1.50 driver of hack 0.25 ___________ 14.40
[[start page]] July 31 - washing 075 Dinner at Stokesville 0.25 Aug. 3 - 2 weeks board, 2 per a 7, one at 2 per week 32.00 Mike, buggey from Stokeville 1.00 " trip to Chimneys 1.00 " " to Lebanon 1.00 " 15 Ammonia (in Parnassus) 0.10 [[items "a 7, one at 2" "through 15 Ammonia" are bracketed together on the right, with the word "Mike" at the crux of the bracket]] " 13 Laundry 1.00 " 19 do [[(ditto)]] 1.00 " 22 10 1c [[one cent]] stamps 0.10 " 11 10 stamp envelopes 0.23 " 28. 30 days board 60.00 baby 4 weeks 8.00 2 trips to Stokesville 2.00 [[last three items are bracketed, with "Mike's bill" at crux of bracket]] 29 [[Patsy?]] 1.00 " Mike trip to Stokesville 1.00 " Telegram to [[Kort?]] 0.25 " 2 tickets Stokesville to Harrisonburg 1.40 [[end page]] [[start page]] Aug. 29 Transfer buggy Harrisonburg 0.20 2 - [[blare ship?]] 0.35 .. 30 Hotel bill Harrison- burg, Hot. Kavaugh: [[Kavanaugh, misspelled]] invoice, supper, breakfast bus 3.50 2 tickets Harrisonburg to Washington Dc 8.70 fruit on train .10 transfer trunk Wash. .25 ticket to Brookland .10 Dinner in Washington 1.25 [[end page]]
[[Start Page]] Wea. SAT. JAN. 6, 1906 Ther. [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Wea. SUN. JAN. 7, 1906 Ther. ^[[handwritten]] 9+P 167 Aug 31. P. 136 --- 30.16cm Cloth 1.3 ----- [[and walked]] 29.13 M. 148 J 30.5 [[End Page]]
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[[start page]] Wea. THUR. FEB. 1, 1906 Ther. [[end page]] [[start page]] Wea. FRI. FEB. 2, 1906 Ther. Photo. 1906 Film, A 1. July 19 - Papa and baby returning from collecting trip. 12 noon [[sum.]] (Mike O'Connell's) 2. do [[(ditto)]] Mama and baby on steps of Mike's house. do [[(ditto)]] 3. do [[(ditto)]] Mike's place from hill. do [[(ditto)]] [[#s 4, 5, 6, 7 are bracketed together, and the group has the following text:]] 4 July 27 - at the "Chimneys" 5 Mt [[Solon]] 2 pm [[hist]] 6 7 8 Aug.3 Inga and Don in 9 Mike's Valley. 2pm [[scon]] 10 -- do [[(ditto)]] 11 -- blank 12 Aug 4 Inga and Mama on steps. [[end page]]
[[start page]] Photo 1906. B. Film 1. Aug 27 - 12 n. Mike's house from hill south of it 2 do [[ditto]] from hill [[above]] it [[but]] probably not [[open]] shutter failing [[an are out]] of dwelling with [[Mauprua]]. 3 do [[ditto]] 4 Prob. not open 5 do [[ditto]] [[Both]] Mike's valley looking north. [[end page]]
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[[Start Page]] Notes For 1907 [[Stricken]] No 582795 January Check 1139 own. out to R G Paine [[?]] P. [[?]] Aug 3. '06 [[/stricken]] [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Letter Register Name |Received| Ans'd [[End Page]]
[[Start Page]] Addresses [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Addresses Miller-Mrs. Jack Librarian West Augusta, Va. [[End Page]]
[[Start Page]] Visits Name | Address [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Visits Recep'n Day | Visit Received | Returned [[End Page]]
[[Start Page]] Cash Account-January | Received | Paid | | [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Cash Account-February |Received | Paid | | [[End Page]]
[[Start Page]] Cash Account-March | Received | Paid | | [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Cash Account-April |Received | Paid | | [[End Page]]
[[Start Page]] Cash Account-May | Received | Paid | | [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Cash Account-June |Received | Paid | | [[End Page]]
[[Start Page]] Cash Account-July | Received | Paid | | [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Cash Account-August |Received | Paid | | [[End Page]]
[[Start Page]] Cash Account-September | Received | Paid | | [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Cash Account-October |Received | Paid | | [[End Page]]
[[Start Page]] Cash Account-November | Received | Paid | | [[End Page]] [[Start Page]] Cash Account-December |Received | Paid | | [[End Page]]
[[start page]] Summary Received | Paid On hand Jan. 1 January February March April May June July August September October November December ______________________________ Total _______________________________ Bal. to new Acc. [[end page]] [[start page]] Calendar 1907 [[ printed- two column calendar, abbrv. Su,Mo,Te,We,Th,Fr,Sa across top, months printed vertically down side. dates follow]] [[end page]]
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