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(1883) Herrick's Almanac

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1883 - L.W.Warner, New York, N.Y.
1883 - L.W.Warner, New York, N.Y.

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1883.
A
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
TO
ALL.
THIS
we
wish
most
heartily
to
all
our
friends
and
patrons
the
wide
world
over
;
and
as
one
of
the
most
important
questions
to
young
and
old,rich
and
poor,
high
and
low
is,
*'
How
may
a
happy
new
year
be
attained?"
we
shall
just
say
a
few
words
on
the
subject.
In
the
first
place,
then,
without
a
true
regard
for
reli-
gion
and
morals,
there
can
be
no
such
thingas
a
happy
new
year,
nor
can
it
be
attained,
without
the
utmost
caution
and
circumspection
with
regard
to
our
health.
We
all
know
ourduty
in
relationto
the
former,
and
how
vital
its
performance
to
our
well-being
both
here
and
hereafter
;
but
are
we
so
clear,
in
respect
to
it,
so
far
asthe
latter
is
concerned
?
Are
we
given
to
moderate
eating,
to
temperance
and
to
cleanliness
?
When
we
find
it
necessary
to
take
medicine,
we
swallow
the
first
pills
that
are
handed
to
us,
without
knowing
whether
they
are
compounded
of
dam-
aged
drugs
or
mineral
poisons,
by
disreputable
parties,
who
set
no
value
upon
human
life
or
suflfering
so
long
as
they
can
make
twenty-five
cents
out
of
either,
or
whether—
as
in
the
case
of
the
celebrated
DR.
HERRICK'S
SUGAR-COATED
VEGETABLE
LIVER
PILLS
they
are
compounded
of
precious
and
life-giving
Ingredients
by
men
of
exaltedcharacter
and
profound
medical
skill,
who
for
many
long
years
have
enjoyed
the
respect
and
confidence
not
only
of
the
citizens
of
this
great
Republic,
but
of
the
people
of
every
civilized
land
?
When
we
are
about
to
take
a
draught
to
alleviate
some
sudden
pain
or
ache,
or
to
purge
the
stomach,
blood
or
kidneys
free
of
all
impurities,
do
we
first
satisfy
ourselves
that
it
is
some
such
famous
distillation
as
RENNETS
PAIN-KILLING
MAGIC
OIL,
that
has
for
years
stood
in
the
very
first
rank
of
all
great
human
remedies,
or
one
of
those
vile
drastic
abominations
that
ruinthe
digestive
organs,
destroy
the
coating
of
the
stomach,
and
consign
the
patient
to
a
life
of
hopeless
misery
?
Before
you
buy
or
use
a
draught,
a
lotion,
a
pill
or
a
plaster,
look
well
to
the
antecedents
and
charac-
ter
of
the
manufacturer
and
that
of
the
vender.
One
single
omission
in
this
relation
may
embitter
your
whole
life,
and
leave
you
a
confirmed
invalid
to
the
latest
hour
of
your
existence.
A
single
dose
of
new-fangled
pills,
like
that
of
some
new-
fangled
decoction,
has
been
known
to
destroy
the
healthof
aperson
*-eyond
redemp-
tion
;
whilea
worthless
plaster
has
resulted
in
the
death
of
a
patient
from
its
having
failed
to
arrest
in
time
an
ailment
not
necessarily
fatal.
Look
well
to
this
!
What-
ever
your
illness,
avoid
startling
nostrums,
and
all
medicines
and
remedies
that
are
not
well
authenticated,
as
you
would
avoid
poison.
Whether
pills,
draughts,
lotions
or
plasters,
they
are
in
ninety-ninecases
out
of
a
hundred
got
up
by
unprincipled,poverty-stricken
speculators,
who
deal
in
the
refuse
of
drug
stores,
and
who
have
not
got
a
single
cent,to
live
upon
beyond
what
they
realize
from
the
vile
traffic
in
which
they
are
engaged.
Look
well
to
it,
and
to
your
dutytoward
God
and
your
neighbor,
and
rest
assured
that
we
shall
not
havewished
in
vain,
A
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
TOALL
I
 
ASTEONOMIOAL
CALCULATIONS
TOR
1883.
PREPARED
EXPRESSLY
FORHERRICK'S
ALMANAC,
By
BJEMJLIK
H.
WBIGST,
Penn
Ymn,
jr,T,
ECLIPSES—
1888.
There
will
be
A>arBollpses.thlsyear,
two
of
tht
Snn
and
two
ofthe
Moon,
as
foUowit
L
A
Partial
Eclipse
of
the
Moon,
April
22,
visible
in
Oalifornia,invisible
In
the
Battem
StaiMi
II.
A
TotalEclipse
of
the
San.
Maj
6
invisible
in
the
United
States.
UL
A
Partial
Eclipseofthe
Moon,
Oot.
15-16,visible
throughout
the
United
States,
aafbllowf
:
Btgint,
ifiddU.
ST.
M.
H.M.
Albany,
N.T
1
3Morn...
1
69Morn..
Boston,
Mass
1
li
"
..
3
10
"
Charleston,
8.
0.
...
38
"
..
1
84
"
,
Chicago,
III
7
"
..1
3
"
.
Cincinnati,
20
"
..
I
16
"
.
Denver,
Colo
10
58
Eve.
..11
54
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.
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La...58
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..0
54
Mora.
.
JBnd*.
a*
65'Mora.
,86"
,
2
30
"
1
59
"
2
12
"
80
"
,
1
50
"
Btgint.
MiddU.
NewTork
City
l'
2Mora...
I
58*
Mora...
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Omaha.Neb
11
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30
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Philadelphia,
Pa...67
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I
63
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Ban
Franolsoo,
Cal.
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49
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D.C..0
50
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1
46
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«
**
Size
of
Eclipse-l.Se
IhgitB.
Washington,
.oii:
»
ii
An
Annular
Eclipse
of
the
Sun,
Oot
SO.
Sun
tetf
partially
eollpsed
on
the
Paoiflo
Ooait.
TAZntUS,
THS
NBCK.
CANCEB,
THS
BBEABU
yiBoo,
THE
BOWELS.
m
SCORPIO,
THE
BECKETT
CApmcoBNua
THE
KNEES.
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and
AlDTsreviations
used
in
this
Almanao.
)n.
^
Mercur)\
9
Venus.
$
Mars.
X
Jupiter,
eptune.
(^
Conjunction,
or
close
to.
D
Quadrature,
\,
or
iSo^"
from.
^
Degrees,
SI
Ascending
Node
j
Mova'ble
Feasts.
Easter
Sunday
March
25
Ix)w
Sunday
April
1
Rogation
Sunday
April
29
Ascension
Day
May
.3
Whit-Sunday
(Pentecost)
May
13
Trinity
Sunday
May
20
Corpus
Christi
May
24
Advent
Sunday
Deo.
2
Chronological
Cycles.
Dominical
Letter
..
O
Epact(Moon's
Age,Jan.
1)
tl
Lunar
Cycle
(Golden
No.)
t
SolarCycle
16
Roman
Indiotion
U
Jewish
Lunar
Cycle
Dionysian
Period
tD
JulianPeriod
:&
(Washington
Mean
Time.)
Movahle
Feasts.
Sepluagesima
Sunday
Jan.
21
Bexagesima
Sunday
Jan.
28
Qninquagesima
Sunday
Feb.
11
Ash
Wednesday
Feb.
7
Quadragesima
Sunday
Feb.
11
Mid-Lent
Sunday
Feb.
25
PalmSunday
March
18
Good
Friday
March
23
SEASONS.
i"
r.
H-M.
A
ntumn
begins
1883,
Sept.
23,
4
98
morn.,
andlasta
89
18
1$
Winter
"
1883,
Deo.
21,
10
<4eve.
tropio'lyT,8«&
»
M
EMBER
DAYS.
Wednesday,
Friday
and
Saturday
after
1st
Sunday
in
Lent
February
14,
18
and
17.
"
••
""
Pentecost
May
16,
18
and
19.
»
"
»
"
14thof
September
Sept.
19,
21
and
22.
x
"
"
13th
of
December
Deo.
19,
2i
and
22.
MOON
PERIGEE,
APOGEE,
HIGHEST
&
LOWEST.
^
Jan.
Feb.
Mob.
Apl.
May.
June.
Jnl/.
Aug.
Sept.Oot.
NoF.
I^
an.
Feb.
Mob.
Apl.
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