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O Full Moon, 20th day, 11h. 46m., morning, W.
Last Quarter, 28th day, 2h. 33m., evening, W.

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Once more, through God's high will and grace,
Of hours that each its task fulfils,
Heart-healing Spring resumes its place
The valley through, and scales the hills.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

1 Th. Length of night 11h. 15m.
2 Fr. 6 h, ? C.

3 Sa. 1st. Prince Bismark born, 1814.

دكم

Fair.

Connecticut.

4C Low Sunday. C.
5 Mo. O eclip., invis. {State election in
6 Tu. in 8. 7th. State election in
7W. C. in Perigee.
8 Th.
Bleak and chilling

Rhode Island.

9 Fr. Very high tides.

10 Sa.

easterly winds. 11 C 20 Sunday after Easter. 12 Mo. 11th. C runs high.

13 Tu.HC.

14 W.

Showery.

Sunny in places,

15 Th. Abraham Lincoln died, 1865.

16 Fr. Low tides.

17 Sa. 8 20.

but generally

18 C 30 Sunday after Easter.

19 Mo. Battle of Lexington, 1775. 20 Tu. 6 C. ¿TO. 21 W.

disagreeable weather. 22 Th. in Apogee. High tides. 23 Fr. St. George. Cool.

A. DE VERE.

Farmer's Calendar.

PICKING rocks on the mowing lots is something that must be done on light land and gravelly farms, even if it make the back ache and tire the limbs. With a

light bar many a half-loose rock can be thrown out, now that the ground is mellow from the frosts of winter, and the lot will be all the better ready for the mowing machine. If grass seed was sown last fall it is time now to sow on clover seed. If land is seeded down as early as August it is safe to sow the clover along with the grasses, but sown later, it does not root strong enough

to withstand the winter, and it is better to sow the clover the last of March or early in April, and if sown on a light fall of snow, so as to get a uniform seeding, so much the better. If red clover seed only is used, sow fifteen pounds to the acre. But alsike clover is a very fine addition, and ten pounds of red with five pounds of alsike is better. Get the cows out to grass as soon as them run only a part of the day the pastures grow green, letting at first, and keep up the feeding in the barn at the same time. It is better for the pastures and better for the cows, to turn out early, and make the change Pleasant. from winter to summer feeding gradual.

24 Sa. 25th. runs low.
25 C 4th Sunday after Easter.
26 Mo. 25th. St. Mark. 63 C.
27 Tu.
28 W.

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30th. Fight in Arkansas between forces
killed, 1874.
of rival governors Brooks and Baxter,

h. Very low tides.

1875.

MAY, Fifth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

Day of

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O Full Moon, 20th day, 4h. 5m., morning, W.
Last Quarter, 28th day, 1h. 46m., morning, E.

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The birds around me hopped and played;
Their thoughts I cannot measure;
But the least motion which they made
It seemed a thrill of pleasure.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

1 Sa. St. Philip and St. James.
2 C Bogation Sun. 9 in Aph.
3 Mo. Length of night 9h. 51m.
4 Tu. 6. 5th. Connecticut legislature
5 W. C. in Perigee.
6 Th. Ascension Day, or Holy Thursday.

7 Fr.

8 Sa.

meets.

WORDSWORTH.

Farmer's Calendar.

. SOME plants have the power
of assimilating and storing up
in their roots, their leaves, and
their stems, a large amount of
nitrogen. They take up more
than they need, and if they are
left to decay on or in the soil,

High tides. Lowering. they furnish this vital element
in 8. runs high.
Sun. af. Ascen. 6 Osup.
Treaty of peace between France and
Germany signed at Frankfort, 1871.

9 C 10 Mo. 11 Tu.&H C. 12 W.

Pleasant but cool.

to other plants which require it in large quantities, but which have less power of seeking it. This explains why clover is a fertilizer rather than an exhausting crop. Its roots amount, in weight and extent, to about two thirds of the stem and leaves, and as they always remain in the soil, they leave in it more than a hundred pounds of nitrothe following crops. gen to the acre, for the use of Sow clover, therefore, with every seeding down to grass. It is of great value, not only in itself, but as increasing the fertility of land for other crops. Sow mangolds before the middle of the month; get on with the planting 24 Mo. 69. hon proclaimed president Thiers resigns and McMa- of corn and potatoes; clean off R. I. legis. meets of Fr. republic in the nests of caterpillars in the orchard. It is best to take them as soon as they appear. Use a brush dipped in kerosene oil and fastened to the end of a long pole. If there is more manure

13 Th. in Perihelion.
14 Fr. 15th. President Grant recognizes Baxter
15 Sa. Low tides. war in Arkansas, 1874.
16 C Whit-Su. Pentecost. O.
17 Mo. 6 2 Hampshire county, Mass.:
{ 16th. Terrible calamity in
18 Tu. by the bursting of a dam several villages
devastated and 140 lives lost, 1874.
19 W. in Apogee.
Fine growing weather.

as legal governor, and stops the civil

20 Th.
21 Fr. High tides.
22 Sa. runs low. 23 Queen Victo-
{ ria born, 1819.
23 C Trinity Sunday. 6.

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at Newport.

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his stead, 1873.

27 Th. Corpus Christi.
28 Fr. Very low tides.
29 Sa.

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pleasant weather. 30 C 1st Sunday after Trinity. Rainy.

31 Mo. 30th. DECORATION DAY.

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the cultivated crops, it can be used as a top-dressing for grass.

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> First Quarter, 10th day, 3h. 11m., evening, E.
O Full Moon, 18th day, 7h. 11m., evening, E.
Last Quarter, 26th day, 9h. 55m., morning, W.

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