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Rz^A 1883.
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL



THIS we wish most heartily to all our friends and patrons the wide world over ;
and as one cf 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 thing as a happy new year, nor can it be
attained, without the utmost caution and circumspection with regard to our health.
We all know our duty in relation to 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
as the latter is concerned ? Are we given to moderate eating, to temperance and to
cleanliness ? When we find it necessary to take medicine, d« 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 suffering 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 exalted character 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 RENN^S 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 ruin the 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 health of a person *-eyond redemp-
tion ; while a 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-nine cases 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 duty toward God and your
neighbor, and rest assured that w© shall not have wished in vain, A HAPPY NEW
YEAR TO ALL I



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ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS TOR 1883.

PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR HERRICICS ALMANAC,

JBy BX:itI,IlT B. WBiaBT, P«ui Tmn, M.T,





ECLIPSES-188S.




Tken will b« torn BollpsM.thls ye«r, two of the Snn and two of the Moon, as follow*!

L A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, April 22, risible in Oalifornia, invisible in Uie Batterii SUtefc

IL ▲ Total Eclipse of the Sun, May 6 invisible in the United States.

m. A ParUal Eclipse of the Moon, Oot. 15-16, visible throughoat the United Ststei, aa tbllows :

Albany.N.T 1 SMorn... 1 59Morn...a 65 Mora. New York Olty 1 2Mora... I 68Moto,.. a SiMon.

Boston, Mass 1 U " ..3 10 " ..8 6 " Omaha, Neb 11 84Eve... 80 •• .. 1 2« "

Charleston, S. 0. ... 88 " .. \ U " .. » 80 " Philadelphia, Pa... 67Morn... I 63 " .. 8 « ••

Chicago, III 7 " ..1 3 " ..I 59 " Ban Franoisoo, Cal. 9 48Eve. ..10 44 Eve. ..U 40 Et%

Cincinnati, 20 " ..1 16 " ..2 12 " St. Louis, Mo 11 57 '« ..0 63Morn... I « Mem.

Denver, Colo 10 58 Eve. ..11 54 Eve. .. 50 " Washington, D. C. 50Morn... 1 46 •• ., % Q **

Hew Orleans, La... 11 58 " ..0 54 Mom. ., I 60 '• Sizeof EcUp8e-».86I>l«ltfc
IV. Aa Annular Eclipse of the Sun, Oct. 80. Sun seti partially eoUpsed on the PaoifloOoart.


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Explanation of Symlsols and Alslsreviations used in this Almanao.

The Sun. ]) The Moon. ^ Mercury. 9 Venus. $ Mars. :>;{ Jupiter.
\l Saturn. § Uranus. ^Neptune. (^ Conjunction, or close to. D Quadrature,
or 90° from. <? Opposition, or 180^ from. <^ Degrees, SL Ascending Node j
^ Descending Node.

KEovalDle Feasts. Movable Feasts

Beptuagesima Sunday Jan.

Bexagesima Sunday Jan.

Quinquagesima Sunday Feb.

Ash We- •



Cednesday Feb. 7

Quadragesima Sunday Feb. 11

Mid-Lent Sunday Feb. 25

Palm Sunday March 18

Good Friday March 23



Easter Sunday March 25

Low Sunday April 1

Rogation Sunday April 29

Ascension Day May .3

Whit-Sunday (Pentecost) May 13

Trinity Sunday May 20

Corpus Chrlsti May 24

Advent Sunday Deo. 2



Chronological Cycles.

Dominical IjCtter .. A

Epact (Moon's Age, Jan. 1) S|

Lunar Cycle (Golden No.) %

SolarOycle 16

Roman Indiction It

Jewish Lunar Cycle |

Dionvsian Period flS

Julian Period ....66M



SEASONS. (Washington Mean Time.)



Winter begins 1882, Deo. 21, i 45 eve.
Spring " 1883, Mch. 20, 5 39 "
Summer " 1883, June 21, 1 63 "



and lasts 89 54 ) Autumn begins 1883, Sept. 23, 4 98 morn., and lasts 8» IB If
1883, Dec. 21, 10 Mere. troplo'lTT, 866 » M



92 20 14

93 14 35



Winter



EMBER DAYS.

•Wednesday, Friday and Saturday after 1st Sunday in Lent February 14, 18 and 17.

" •" " " Pentecost May 16, 18 and 19.

' " • " 14th of September Sept. 19, 21 and 23,

" * " " 13th of December Deo. 19, 21 and a^

MOON PERIGEE, APOGEE, HIGHEST & LOWEST.

Jan. Feb. Mch. Apl. May. June. July. Aug. Sept. Oct. Not. X>«a.

PeKigee 18 .... 9 .... 9 .... 7 ... 5 .... 2-30 .... 23 .... 21 .... 18 .... 16 .... IS ., ~

Apogee 28 ....35 ....24 ....20 ....IT ... 14 .... 12 9 .... 8 ....»-».... S*.

Lowest « .... a ....S-29 .... 25 ....23 .... 19 .... Ig .... IS .... 8 .... 6 .... fcJ^.,

Highest 1» ....16 ....14 .... U .... 8 .... 6 ....2-29.... 2« .... 28 .... It .... U .... ll



Br. L R. Herrlcrs Siar-Goateil feptaMe Liver Pills




THE GREAT CATHARTICS.



FOR almost fifty years no medicine in this
country or in Europe has conferred more
blessings upon all classes of society, or held a
more prominent or enviable position than DR.
L. R. HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGE-
TABLE LIVER PILLS. Every age and sex
and condition of life has had reason to bless them
—from the infant in its mother's arms, to the man
bowed beneath the weight of three score years
and ten. There is no internal ailment or derange-
ment of the system beyond their reach ! They
are the great purifiers and regulators of the bile,
the stomach and the bowels. No affection of the



Th« True Purgative is always vegetable
and always gentle. Rapid action, with fierce
griping pains, is a sure inaication of the presence
of mineral poisons. As a gentle and purifying
cathartic— as a remedy that purges the system of
all impurities — as a restorative to health and
strength, DR. HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED
VEGETABLE PILLS are without a rival.



Chills and Fever arise from a derangejment
of the liver and digestive organs. For so far, no
case of this distressing malady has been dis-
covered able to withstand the searching qualities
and extraordinary curative powers of HER-
RICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE
LIVER PILLS. When taken according to the
directions accompanying each box, they never
fail!



" Dors this razor take hold well ? " asked the
smiling barber. "Yes," replied the unhappy
victim, " it takes hold well, but it don't let go
worth a cent."



What is to be said of a cat's appearance when
she is so mad that her hair stands on end ? Why,
that she has a fur-straight appearance, of coxirse.



vital organs or obstruction of the secretions can
withstand their searching and healing influences.
Health, strength and a cheerful spirit wait upon
them, as can be testified by thousands of living
witnesses. They are admitted, in all civilized
countries, to be the gentlest, and yet the most
powerful, safe and effective medicine before the
public to-day. They are compounded of the most
precious life-giving ingredients in the light of the
most consummate medical experience and skill.
They are sold by all druggists, country merchants
and dealers in medicine.



Dyspepsia.— This dreadf-ul complaint, which
renders the lives of so many thousands utterly
miserable at the present moment, can be over-
come totally by a judicious and persistent use of
HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE
PILLS. A deficiency of bile, together with a
serious derangement of the digestive organs, a- e
the true cause of the malady, and until these
organs and the bile, as well as the other secre-
tions, are thoroughly cleansed and purged of all
impurities, a permanent cure is out of the ques-
tion. No other medicine now before the public
can compete successfully with these famous Pills
in ridding the system of this terrible scourge.
Try them. They have never failed yet when
used according to the printed directions accom-
panying each box.



A BUTCHER was lamenting to his Irish landlord
that the people of his village were so few and so
poor, that he was unable, as formerly, to find cus-
tomers for a whole bullock. " Kill half a one at a
time," replied the squire.

Excited Frenchman at Niagara Falls — " Ah !
dis is de grand spectakel ! Supaarb ! Magnif-
ique I By gar, he is come down first-rate I "



1st Month. JANUARY, 1888. 8} Days.




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7 30


4 40


1 54


7 25


4 45


1 51


3 30


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4 41


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C-i7 28


4 50


9 17


7 23


4 54


9 17


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J«M.


7 28


4 51


10 28


7 23


4 55


10 28


11 56


6 58 ""


5 20


10 24




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Famine in Ireland 1880.


X


7 28


4 52


11 37


7 23


4 56


11 36


morn


6 58


5 21


11 26




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Br. Museum opened 1759.
Gibbon (historian) d. 1794.


X


7 27


4 53


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7 22


4 57


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4 54


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7 25


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Septuagesima Sunlay.
^ greatest elongation E.
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4 58


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5 3


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7 51


7 16


5 9


7 52


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5 6


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7 16


5 10


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6 54


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Sexagesima Sunday.
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5 8


9 46


7 15


5 11


9 4o


10 57


6 54


5 33


9 40




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10 42


7 14


5 13


10 41


11 36


6 53


5 84


10 81




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5 10


11 41


7 13


6 14


11 38


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RENNE'S PAIN-KILLINO MAGIC OIL.-A few drops of this extraordmarydis-




covery grapple at once with every Pain, Ache or Ailment, internal or external. When taken at any




time, day or night, by young or old, robust or delicate, it acts like a charm.





Ketiralgla, which, as the name indicat^Js a
nervous affection, always experiences Teherjrom.
the use of HERRICK'S SUGAR-CO^ED
PILLS. These great cathartics, which are totally.
free from all mineral substances, so tend to purify*
the system, the blood and other secretions, that
the nerves speedily become restored to their
normal condition, and all pain removed If the
secretions are not kept pure and flowing freely,
not only neuralgia but other oainful anections
may be the result. DR. HERRICK'S SUGAR-
COATED PILLS are sold everywhere.

lilver Complaint.— All the dangers and dis-
comforts arising from this serious and very com-
mon disease may be removed completely through
the ag-ency of those world-wide remedies, HER-
RICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE
LIVER PILLS, which urify the secretions and
cleanse the bile and liver so speedily and thor-
oughly that, after a dose or two, the patient be-
comes possessed of new life an energies, so to
speak. Once these great cathartics take a hold of
the system, all lowness of spirits and sallowness
of complexion disappear, wni . the bodily health
generally becomes re-established on a broader
and surer foundation. Try these wonderful rem-
edies. They aresold everywhere.

Rheumatism.— This painful and universal
disease manifests itself for the most part in the
larger joints, such as the knees, hips and shoul-
ders, although frequently in the back. It is
simply an inflammation of the muscles, and an
obstruction of the secretions belonging to these
parts, and must therefore be subjected to some
treatment that will take hold of the entire system
and cool and purify it throughout all its ramifica-
tions. No agents have yet been found to accom-
plish this with greater speed and abiding efficacy
than DR. HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED
VEGETABLE PILLS. These wondrous cathar-
tics never fail, and hence their universal fame.

Consumption.— This dreadful disease, which
so often results from neglected colds and a care-
less observance of the laws of health, can, in its
early stages, be overcome invariably by the use of
DR. HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGE-
TABLE LIVER PILLS. These great cathar-
tics purge the system clear of all impurities,
cleanse the secretions, and, as a consequence, re-
lieve and invigorate the lungs. In this relation
there is no remedy in the world more potent and
trustworthy. Let this be noted by all who suffer
from weak or oppressed lungs. These pills are
sold everywhere.

Mark Well.— A furred tongue, a bad taste of
the mouth, a flagging appetite, or heaviness about
the head or eyes, are each and all the foundation
stones of disease, and, if not attended to, fre-
quently result fatally. When assailed by such
symptoms, or any of them, seek relief instantly
in HERRICK'S PILLS, a single dose of which
will act like a charm upon your whole system,
and give you new life and energy.

"Why is a specimen of handwriting like a dead
pig ? Because it is done with the pen.

A BOY says in his composition that " Onions are
the vegetables that make you sick if you don't
eat them yourself."

A PARISHIONER inquired of his pastor the mean-
ing of this line of Scripture •.

" He was clothed with curses as with a gar-
ment?"

" It signifies," replied the divine, " that the in-
diriduaf had a bad haiit of swearing^."



The Kidneys are situated on each side of the
back-bone near the lumbar vertebrae. When dis-
eased they are a source of the most terrible and
dangerous suffering. Among other ailments they
are subject to that fatal and frightful malady.
Bright's Disease. No medicine yet discovered
deals with them more speedily and effectively
than HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGE-
TABLE PILLS which purify the secretions as
if by magic and relieve these organs of all pain
and discomfort.



Old Sores and Ulcers, when permitted to
eat into the system, frequently so sap its foun-
dations that their removal becomes diflScult, if
not impossible. If we would overcome them
and eradicate them thoroughly, we must assail
them with pure new blood, and crowd them out
of the system with new tissues, causing the latter
to take their place. This is the only way to get
rid of them, as they are to be traced solely to
vitiated secretions. No case of ulcers or old or
running sores can withstand the active and puri-
fying influences of HERRICK'S SUGAR-
COATED VEGETABLE PILLS. These great
Cathartics are sold and known everywhere.

Affections of the Skin arise from impure
blood or impaired digestion. They are most un-
sightly, and besides being a source of great dis-
comfort,destroy all personal comeliness or beauty.
To keep the skin and scalp free from all disease,
and the complexion pure, all that is necessary is
to take an occasional dose of HERRICK'S
SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE LIVER
PILLS, which so act upon the blood and all the
secretions as to purge them of every impurity,
and set them flowing with renewed health and
vigor throughout the whole system,

liOok Ahead I — There is no truer saying than
that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound
of cure." If, therefore, you would preserve your
health and bodily strength intact, you must always
keep your system cool and free from anything
savoring of constipation or an obstruction of the
secretions. This object is best effected through
the occasional use of HERRICK'S SUGAR-
COATED LIVER PILLS, which, while gentle
purgatives, are also tonics, and great purifiers of
the blood. They are sold by all druggists, coun-
try merchants and dealers in medicines.

Indigestion, while dangerous of itself, is a
fruitful source of various other maladies. If our
digestive organs are deranged, our health and
strength must fail, as the food we eat cannot
supply the waste of our system. HERRICK'S
SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE LIVER
PILLS never fail to remove this complaint by
freeing the stomach and bowels of all crudities.

The English language is supposed to consist of
about 60,000 distinct words. Of these, ordinary
people use only from 500 to 3,000 ; great orators
perhaps as many as 10,000, and lightning rod
agents and directory canvassers 59,963.

A sTUMP-ORATOR exclaimed, " I know no north|
no south, no east, no west, fellow citizens!''
'^Then," exclaimed an old farmer in the crowd,
"it's time you went to school and larnt jog -
raphy."



A BOY having.complained to his father that Bill
had thrown the Bible at him, and hurt him on the
head, the father replied : " Well, you are the only
member of my family on whom the Bible ever
made the least impression."



2d Month.



FEBRUARY, 1883.



28 Days.



Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil



No C o n g h ,
Cold or Hoarse-
ness can with-
stand a dozen
drops mixed
with a little
molasses.




Sore Throat,
Diphtheria,
Croup, Stiff
Neck, Cramps,
etc., yield at
once to it when
taken internally
or applied ex-
ternally as the
case requires.



MOON S FHASKS. N. Y. CALVKSTON.

D. H. M. H. M.

New Moon 7 114b. 11 51m.

First Quarter.... 14 4 59ji. 4 36m.
Full Moon., 21 7 22a. B 59b.



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New England, N. New York City, Phila

Y. State, Miclii- delphia, Conn., New Jer-

gan, Wisconsin, sey, Pennsylvania, Ohio

Iowa & Oregon. Indiana and Illinois.



Gt. floods Italy, '80. JSnow
Use Herrick's Plas. Much
Horace Greely b.,'ll. snow
^uinquagesima Sunday.
Carlyle d., 1881. Clear
Erupt. Mt.Vesuv.,'80. (Hid
Ash "Wednesday.
TryR.'s Magic Oil. mild.
Theater dest. fire Dub., '80
French occupy Rome, 1798
Q,uadragesima Sunday.
Kant d., 1804. Tery

Ethan Allen d.,1781. severe
Ember Day. UseH.-sP.
Engrrav. dis. B. C. 1000 yrs
Ember Day. Cold.

Ember Day. Clear.

Luther d., 1546
Sun dial discov., 550 B.C.
Joseph Hume d.,'55. High
Cardinal Newman b., '1807
Washington b., 1733. zvind
Use H.'s Plasters. Clear,
Ct. de Lessep- at N.Y., '80
Mid-Lent Sunday.
Thos. Moored., 1852. Very
Longfellow b., '07. much
Lamartine d., '69. milder.



Sun I Sun
rises | sets
h.m. j h.m.

7 14^5 14
7 18 5 15
7 12 5 16
7 115 18
7 10 5 19



9 5 21
8:5 22
6 5 23
6 5 24
4 5 25
2 5 26
15 28
5 29



6 59 5 80
6 57,5 82
6 56:5 83
6 545 85
6 53l5 36
6 52j5 38
o0;5 39
48^5 40
6 4715 42
6 45 5 43
6 445 45
6 42:5 46
6 41
6 39
6 38



5 47
5 49
5 50



Moon
rises.
h. m.



Sun
rises
h.m.



1 86

2 35

3 80

4 24

5 12

5 58
sets

6 59

8 11

9 24
10 86
U 46
morn

53

1 55

2 54
8 45

4 30

5 10

5 47
rises

6 89

7 86

8 84

9 31

10 28

11 26
morn



6 37



Sun
sets
h.m,

5T8
5 19
5 20
5 21
5 22
5 23
5 25
5 26
5 27
5 28
5 3U
5 81
5 82
5 84


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