New York: Published by the Centaur Co., 182 Fulton Street, opposite St. Pauls Church-yard, 1883.
Stapled in wrappers (20.5 x 15 cm.), 31,  pages. Illustrated, maps. Title and publication information from wrapper. A “great combination” almanac with ephemerides, maps and culinary recipes, all for the New York patent medicine firm Centaur, makers of Castoria and Centaur Linament. Includes both culinary and medicinal recipes, and short stories and vignettes. In publisher’s red, black and yellow decorated wrappers, illustrated with an image of “The Diver”, which adorns many of the Centaur publications. [OCLC records ten copies; not in O’Neal].