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INSURANCE COMPANY OF New Yor

Richard A. McCurdy, President.
Head Offices, Nassau, Cedar, Liberty Streets

Assets over $240,000,000

Twenty-Year Distribution Policy

on continuous life and limited paymer plans. This affords the maximum

security at the minimum of cost; Endowment Life Option Policy

provides a guarantee income, a secur

investment, and absolute protection; Five Per Cent. Debentures

provides the best and most effective form of investment, indemnity and fixed ar

nual income to survivors; Continuous Instalment Policy

so adjusts the payment of the amour insured as to create a fixed income durin the life of the beneficiary.

For detailed information concerning these exclusive forms

insurance policies apply at any of the Company authorized agencies, which may be found in eve city and town of the United States.

92877.

FOR 1898.

HENRY ECKFORD RHOADES, Priitoks NOX AND

TILDEN FCUNDATIONS.

1898. ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS, (Prepared expressly for The Tribune Almanac by Berlin H. Wright, Penn Yan, N. Y.)

ECLIPSES. There will be six eclipses this year, three of each, the sun and moon, as follows:

I. A partial eclipse of the moon, Jan uary 7, visible in the United States as follows:

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*Moon rises with eclipse on.
II. A total eclipse of the sun, January 22, invisible in America.
III.

A partial eclipse of the moon, July 3, invisible in America.
IV. An annular eclipse of the sun, July 18, invisible in North America,

V. A partial eclipse of the sun, December 12-13, visible in the Antarctic regions. VI. A total eclipse of the moon, December 27, visible throughout the United States, as follows:

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Boston...

5:04 p. m.
6:14 p. m.

6:38 p. m. 7:43 p. m. 8:52 p. m.
6:46 p. m. 7:31 p. m.

8:40 p. m.
New-York.
4:52 p. m. 6:02 p. m.

6:+2 p. m.

7:27 p. m. 8:36 p. m. Philadelphia

4:48 p. m.
5:58 p. m.
5:52 p. m.
6:37 p. m.

7:16 p. m Chicago.

*3:58 p. m.

5:08 p. m.
Washington.
4:40 p. m. 5:50 p. m. 6:34 p. m.

7:19 p. m.
6:22 p. m.
7:07 p. m.

8:16 Charleston.

4:28 p. m. 5:38 p. m. New-Orleans. *3:48 p. m. 4:58 p. m. 5:42 p. m,

6:27 p. m. 5:41 p. m. 6:26 p. m.

7:35 St. Louis..

*3:47 p. m.

4:57 p. m.
5:58 p. m.

6:42 p. m. 7:27 p. m.
4:48 p. m.

8:36 p. m. Eastern standard time

4:58 p. m.

5:42 p. m. 6:27 p. m. 7:36 p. m. Central standard time. \*3:48 p. m.

4:42 p. m. 5:27 r. m.

6:36 p. m. Mountain standard time *2:48 p. m. *3:58 p. m.

5:36 p. m. Pacific standard time *1:48 p. m. *2:58 p. m. *3:42 p. m. *4:27 p. m.

*Moon rises with eclipse on,

being taken as 12 digits.

the moon's apparent diameter Size of the eclipse, 16.6 digits,

8:28

7:36

SUPERIOR PLANETS, EAST OR WEST, OF THE SUN.
WEST.

EAST.
Mars, all the year.

Mars, not this year. Jupiter, until March 25, and after Oct. 13. Jupiter, from March 25 to October 13. Saturn, until May 30, and after Dec. 6. Saturn, from May 30 to December 6. Uranus, until May 22, and after Nov. 25. Tranus, from May 22 to November 25. Neptune, from June 13 to December 15. Neptune, until June 13, and after Dec. 15.

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