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Aspecto, Holidays, Events,

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Farmer's Calendar.

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11 F 14th Sun. after Trinity. WINTER grains ought to go in 2 Mo. 6 $ ( {Emprendedores , now, and if you have

any land to 3 Tu. 696 State election in Vermont. lay down, it is as good a time

as you will have to do it. Make 4W. High tides. Continues a smooth job of it. I hope you 5 Th. VoG DAYS END.

fine. got out those rocks. It doesn't 6 Fr. 8th. William Pitt Fessenden, senator, pay to mow over rocks every

died, 1969. 7 Sa.

Some signs of would sink them out of the way.

year when a few hours' work 8 F 15th Su.a. T. Nat. V.Mary. When you are at it, put them 9 Mo. Low tides. State election in Maine. down out of the reach of the 10 Tu. Perry's victory on Lake Erie, 1813. plough. It is a shiftless way to 11 W. ( runs low.

rain. lay down a lot with the bushes 12|Th.15 h (.

Why About this time don't you dig them out, and clean

growing along the walls. 13 Fr. 6 8 in 8.

very up the lot? It's about time to 14 Sa. ( in Peri. Humboldt born, 1769. pick those early apples. I don't 15 F 16th Sund. after Trinity. like to see the windfalls lying

round on the ground, for every 16 Mo. 15th. 8 gr. elony. W.

one has a grub in it that will go 17 Tu. & in Perih. Very hi. tides. into the ground, to 18 W. h stationary.

again in another form next year, 19 Th. 6.

pleasant.

to eat your crop as it did this. 20 Fr. Paris besieged by the Germans, 1870.

It's a good plan to let the pigs

run in the orchard while the 21 Sa. st. Matthew. 6 d. 4.

wormy apples are falling so fast, 22 F 17th Su. af. Cr. O ent... or else to pick them up every 23 Mo. 22d. AUTUMN BEGINS. day and give them to the pigs. 24 Tu. (runs high.

Cool but The sweet grasses of the fall will 25 W. | SDAYS AND NIGHTS

give a fine flavor to butter, and pleasant.

if you want to lay in a winter's 26 Th. ( in Apo. Very low tides. stock you'd better do it this 27 Fr. 16 HC. { Commity, aut. o. of Stra4 month or next;

Can't you get 28 Sa. 8 gr. hel. lat. N. 64(. time to do a little draining, to 29 F 18th $. af. Tr. Michaelmas. bushes along the walls or in the

get out muck, and to cut the 30 Mo. St. Jerome. 28th. Ó fc. pastures ? These odd jobs ought

to be looked after.

come

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1872.

OCTOBER, Tenth Month.'

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Astronomical Calculations.
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1 38.29 7 5 48 13 8 19 10 16 25 12
2 3 53 8 6 11 14 8 27 20 10 38 26 12 43
3 4 16 9 6 34 15 8 49 21 10 59 27 13 4

4 39 10 6 57 16 9 11 22 11 201-28 13 24 5 5 2 11 7 19 17 9 33 23 11 41 29 13 44

5 25 12 7 42 18 9 55 12 2 30 14 3

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New Moon, 2d day, 10h. 46m., morning.

First Quarter, 9th day, 4h. 20m., evening.
O Full Moon, 16th day, 10h. 50m., morning.
(Last Quarter, 24th day, 4h. 10m., morning.

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rises morn. 291 17 Th. 6 155 14 10 59 4 17 15 15 12 n'k 5 59 0 16 29218 Fr. 5 17 5 13 10 56 4 20 15 16 01 03 D’k

6 28 1 5 293 19 Sa. 16 18 5 11 10 53 4 23 15 17 1 14 arm 7

2 1 55 294

20 S. 6 195 10 10 51 4 25 15 18 11 2 arm 7 41 2 46 295 21 M. 6 205 810.48 4 28 15 19 21 24 arm 8 27 3 37 296 22 Tu. 6 22 5 7 10 45 4 31 16 20 3

9 19 4.29 297 23 W. 6 235 510 42 4 34 16 21 4 41 br. 10 16 5 20 298 24 Th. 6 245 410 40 4 36 16 22 43 54 h'rt 11 17 6 10 299 25 Fr. 6 25 5 2 10 37 4 39 16 23 52 61 hr't morn. 6 57 30026 Sa. 6 265 110 35 4 41 16 24 63 71 hrt 0 19 7 43 301 27 5.6 284 59 10 31 4 45 16 25 781 bel. 1 22 8.26 302 28 M. 6 29 4 58 10 29 4 47 16 26 83 9 bel. 2 25 9 9

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D. M.

DW.

O, sweet October! Thy first breezes bring

The dry leaf's rustle and the squirrel's laughter,
The cool fresh air whence health and vigor spring,

And promise of exceeding joy hereafter.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar.
Weather, &c.
1 Tu. 1 6 8 )

Rather THERE is enough to do to keep 2 W. Verniont Legislature meets.

us on the jog all this month. It

is about time to dig the mur3 Th. High tides. dull for phies, to load up the yellow corn, 4Fr. 1086

and to pile on the golden pump5 Sa. Battle of the Thames end victory kins. I suppose you raise some 6 F 19th Sun. after Trinity.

pumpkins, don't you? They are 7 Mo. oho

the season.

so handy to feed the cattle and

the pigs, you know, late in the 8 Tu. ( runs low.

Low tides.

fall, and then they look so much 9 W..he.

Some like old times wlien we used to 10 Th. Benjamin West, painter, showers. raise them by the acre. What 11 Fr.

should we do without pumpkins? biu 8. 12 Sa. in Peri. Gelied

s Gen. Robert E. Lee And there are the roots not all in

yet, and the garden sauce to be 13 F 20th S.a. Tr. 6 8 o sup. gathered for winter use, and the

Fine weather apples to be picked. Take care. 15 Tu. Very high tides.

Don't forget to save the best 16 W.69

seed of all the farm crops for .

for some days. next spring's use, and to lay it 17 Th. W c.

away in a dry place. You can 18 Fr. St. Luke, Evangelist.

raise better seed than you can 19 Şa. Cornwallis surrendered, 1781. Cooler. buy, and you know then what it

is. 201 F 21st Sun. after Trinity.

Always pick out the earliest 21 Mo. 8 in 88.220

20th. Earthquake through- ripened and the plumpest seed.

out New England, 1870. It is safer to pull the mangolds 22 Tu. (runs high.

Look out about the end of the month. 23 W. $ 24th. Daniel Webster

for a If you don't want to store them died, 1872. 24 Th. ( in Apogee. Ó H (.

away in their winter quarters, 25 Fr. St. Crispin.

pile them up snug on the field

and let them lie awhile, throwing 26 Sa. 620. Very low tides.

some tops or other covering over 27 F 220. Sun. af. Tr. 6 § (.them a-nights. The ruta-bagas 28 Mo.st. Simon and St. Jade. can stay in the ground till next 29 Tu. 28th. OHO.

month and they will keep grow

ing, for they can stand the frost, 30 W. 27th. Cepitulation of Metz, 1870. but it seems to injure the keeping 31 Th. All Hallows Eve. & in Aph.quality of beets to get a bite.

14 Mo.

frost.

1872.

NOVEMBER, Eleventh Month.

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145.42 7 16 32 13 18 12 19 19 40 25 20 55 2 15 1 8 16 44 14 18 27

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19 53 26 21 7 3 15 20 9 17 6 15 18 42 21 20 7 27 21 17

15 38 10 17 23 16 18 57 22 20 19 28 21 28 5 15 56 11 17 40 17 19 12 23 20 32 29 21 38 6 16 14 12 17 56 18 19 26 24 20 44 30 219.48 @ New Moon, 1st day, Oh. 48m., morning.

First Quarter, 7th day, 11h. 7m., evening. O Full Moon, 15th day, Oh. 24m., morning. (Last Quarter, 232 day, 1h. Im., morning. . New Moon, 30th day, 1h. 50m., evening. Length Day's

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307 2 Sa. 6 35 4 51 10 16 5 016 1 01 sec. 5 50 1 1
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300 4M. 6 38 4 49 10 115 516 3 11 14 thị. 7 23 2 57
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5 Tu. 16 39 4 48 10 95 716 41 2

8 26 3 59 311 6 W. 6 404 4710 75 916 5 231 kn. 9 36 50 312 7 Th. 6 42 4 46 10 45 12 16 6 34 41 legs 10 52 558 313 8 Fr. 16 43 4 44 10

1 5 15 16 7 44 legs morn. 6 54 314 9 Sa. 6 44 4 43 9 59 5 17 16 8 5 6j feet 0 7 7 45 315 10 S. 6 45 4 42 9 57 5 19 16 9 7

71 feet 1 19 8 34 316 11 M. (6 47 4 41 9 54 5 22 16 10 8

2 32 9 21 317 12 Tu. 6 48 4 40 9 52 5 24 16 11 9

3 43 10 8 318 13 W. 6 49 4 39| 9 50 5 26 15 12 10 101 n'k 4 54 10 56 319 14 Th. 6 50 4 38 9 48 5 28 15 13 109 11i n’k 6 2 11 44 32015 Fr. 6 52 4 37 9 45 5 31 15 0 111113 n'k rises morn. 32116 Sa. 6 534 36 9 43 5 33 15 15 01 arm 5 34 0 35

322 17 S.6 54 4 36 9 42 5 34 15 16 03 02 arm 6 19 1 26 so the 323 18 M. 6 55 4 35 9 40 5 36 15 17 1

7 9 2 19 324 19 Tu. 6 57 4 34 9 375 39 14 18 12 br. 8 4 3 11 325 20 W. 6 58 4 34 9 36 5 40 14 19 21 24 h’rt 9 4 4 2 326 21 Th. 6 59 4 33 9 34 5 42 14 20 31 32 h’rt 10 5 4 50

327 22 Fr. 7 0 4 32 9 32 5 44 14 21 4 41 hr’t 11 7 5 36 come home 328 23 Sa. 7 2 4 32 9 30 5 46 13 22 5 52 bel. morn. 6 20

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24 S.7 34 31 9 28 5 48 13 23 6 64 bel. 0 10 7 3

330 25 M. 7 44 30 9 26 5 50 13 24 7 74 rei. 1 12 7 45 not here 331 26 Tv.7 5 4 30 : 25 5 51 12 25 7 8 rei. 2 15 8 27

332 27 W.17 6 4 29 9 23 5 53 12 26 89 94 rei. 3 21 9 11 333 28 Th.7 74 29 9 22.5 54 12 27 91 10 sec. 4 29 9 58 334 29 Fr. 17 8 4 28 9 205 5611 28 101 104 sec. 5 4110 49

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NOVEMBER hath 30 days.

1872.

The piping winds sing Nature's dirge,

As through the forest bleak they roar;
Whose leafy screen, like locks of eld,
Each day shows scantier than before.

TRENCH.

D. M.

D. W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

Massachusetts.

1 Fr. All Saints' Day. 6 $ (. The harvest by this time ought 2 Sa. High tides.

to be nearly done. It gladdens 3 F 230 Su. af. Trin. 6 !. the cellars and the garrets, the

the heart to see the barns and 4 Mo. 3d. 8 gr. hel. lat. N. Fine corn bins and the root-pits, fill up 5 Tu. (runs low. ó hc. till they swell with fatness at the 6W. ( in Per. 3.5th. State election in end of the summer's growth. It 7 Th. 5th. Presidential election in all the States.

is the result of faithful toil and 8 Fr. Low tides. çektadmiral Charles endeavor, and he must be cold

inStewart died, 1869, deed who isn't getting ready for 9 Sa. Prince of Wales born,

but cool. a joyful Thanksgiving. If the 10 F 24th Sund. after Trinity. weather is mild the swedes will 11 Mo. St. Martin.

High winds continue to grow. Most root 12 Tu. 6 WC.

with crops that are raised for cattle

make the largest part of their 13 W. Remarkable meteoric display, 1833.

growth in the fall months, and so 14 Th. ( eclipsed, visible in U. S. it is best to let them stay in the 15 Fr. 8 in Aph. High tides. ground as long as it is safe, but 16 Sa.

cold rain.

be on the watch for cold weather.

Don't fail to stall the cattle these 17 F 25th Sund. after Trinity. frosty nights. Cows fall off rap18 Mo. ( runs high.

idly in milk if left out, and young 19 Tu.

Fine for the calves should have been taken 20 W. 16 HC

up before this, if you want them 21 Th. ( in Per. $ gr. hel. lat. S. cellent feed for stock of all kinds

to thrive. Pumpkins are an ex22 Fr. St. Cecilia. O 40.64 6. this month. After the corn and 23 Sa. Very low tides. Cold other crops are well gathered, 24 F 26th Sund. after Trinity. it will be time to start the plough. 25 Mo. 6 § (.

British evacuated New If you've a lot that you want to
York, 1783

Sow with oats or other spring 26 Tu.

increases. grain, it is a good plan to plough 27W. $ gr. elongation East. it now, so as to have it ready 28 Th. {Wiela, meton Irving Rough, earlier in April. The team is 29 Fr.

with rain or snow. stronger now than it will be then, 30 Sa. St. Andrew. O eclip., invis. Trim the grape vines as soon as

and you can make better work. [in U. S. the leaves have fallen.

season.

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