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Fling wide the portals of your heart,
Make it a temple set apart
From earthly use for heaven's employ,
Adorned with prayer, and love, and joy.

WEISZEL, 1035.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

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milk, diech, 1874.

III., 1858.

1 Fr. Circumcision. 68 ( Low tid. In all the turning points of 2 Sa. 1st. ( in Apogee.

life we must try and get a good

start for the race that is before 3 C 20 Sund. after Christmas.

To begin right is half to 4 Mo. 68 C. L. of ni. 14h. 50m. win the victory. We look back 5 Tu. th. Legislature meets in Massachusetts

upon the past, upon hours, and 6 W. Epiphany. ( runs low. days, and months, it may be, that 7 Th.16 $ (.

Cold and are lost and gone beyond recall.

It ought to inspire us with higher 8 Fr. Battle of New Orleans, 1815.

aims and loftier purposes, to lead 9 Sa.& ha. High tides.

us to greater effort and devotion 10 C 1st S.af. Epiph. & in Perih. to duty, and now is the time. 11 Mo. Galinha de tener unventor of condensed We must infuse the true spirit 12 Tu. 2 at greatest brilliancy. the motive, the purpose, that

into our work. It is the spirit, 13 W. Low tides. blustering. give dignity and character to 14 Th. {After prisen assessination of Napoleon the deed. Some men have 15 Fr. WC. 6 X O, superior. greater energy, greater magnetic 16 Sa. Su7thChans and Eng Siamese twins, power, greater force of charac

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ter than others, but these traits 17 C 20 S. af. Epiph. (in Peri.

are to some extent matters of 18 Mo. Ovo.

Snow. self-cultivation. They lie at the 19 Tu.

very bottom of all success in life. 20 W. a 20. ( runs high.

We must cultivate them on the

farm and everywhere else. We 21 Th. Very high tides.

must put them into everything 22 Fr. . HC.

High winds.

we do. They command success. 23 Sa. Dake of Edinburgh, sonar for en Vie Let us do our duty to ourselves,

torial, Rus., 24) Septuagesima Sunday.

to our families, to the animals

that mintster to our wants; to 25 Mo. Conversion of St. Paul. 26 Tu.

the neighborhood, the town, and Quite pleasant the state. We can then

go re27 W. 6 8 h.

joicing on our way, happy in the 28 Th. OHO.

for the thought that we are fulfilling our 29 Fr. ( in Apogee.

destiny, and doing something to

benefit mankind. Begin with 30 Sa. 6 IG

season. this spirit, and we can assure you 31 C Sera. Sun. Very low tides. a HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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1875. FEBRUARY, Second Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. in. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.

1 178. 4 7 15 16 13 13 19 19 11 14 25 9
2 16 47 8 14 57 14 12 58 20 10 52 26 8 40

16 29 9 14 38 15 12 37 21 10 31 27 8 17
16 11 10 14 19 16 12 17 22 10 9 28 7 55

15 53 11 13 59 17 11 56 23 9 47
6
15 35 12 13 39 18 11 35 24 9 25

New Moon, 6th day, 3h. 10m., morning, E.

First Quarter, 13th day, Oh. 36m., morning, W.
O Full Moon, 20th day, 3h. 17m., morning, W.
(Last Quarter, 28th day, 5h. 7m., morning, E.

D's D D
of Days. Incre.
m. ]h.

h.

h. 32 1/M. 17 1415 14 10 00 57|14|25|74|7thi.) 3 47| 8 8 33 2 Tu. 7 13 5 15 10 20 59 14 26 81 82 kn. 4 48 9 1 34 3 W.17 12 5 17 10 51 2 14 27 94 98 kn. 5 44 9 57 35 4 Th. 7 11 5 18 10 71 414 28 10 101 legs 6 31 10 53 36 5 Fr. 7 105 1910 91 6 14 29 108 111 legs sets 11 47 37 6 Sa. 7 95 21 10 12 1 914 @ 111 117 legs 5 48 0 40 38 7.7 85 22 10 14 1 11 14 1 0 feet 7 2 1 30 39 8M. 7 65 23 10 171 14 14 2030 feet 8 171 2 18 409 Tu.7 55 25 10 20 1 17 14 3 11 11 h'd | 9 32 3 6 41 10 W.7 4.5 26 10 22 1 19 14 4 2 24 h'd 10 47| 3 54 42 11 Th.7 25 27 10 25 1 22 14 5 27 3 n’k morn. 4 44 43 12 Fr. 7 15 29 10 28 1 25 14 6 31 4 n’k 031 5 37 44. 13 Sa. 7 05 30 10 301 27 14 7 47 arm 1 201 6 33 45 14 S. 6 59 5 31 10 32 1 29 14 8 6 arm 2 37 7 33 46 15 M. 6 5715 32 10 351 32 14 9

3 49 8 34 47 16 Tu.6 56 5 34 10 38 1 35 14 10 73 8. br. 4 52 9 35 48 17 W. 6 555 35 10 401 37 14 11 9 91 h’rt 5 42 10 32 49 18 Th. 6 53 5 36 10 431 40 1412 10 101 h’rt 6 21 11 25 50 19 Fr. 6 525 37 10 45 1 42 14 13 109 114 h'rt 6 53 morn. 51 20 Sa. 6 505 3910 491 46 14/0 111 112 bel. rises 0 14 52 21 S.6 495 40 10 511 48 14 15 01 bel. 7 14 0 58 53 22 M. 6 47 5 41 10 54 1 51 14 16 03 1 rei. 8 171 1 41 54 23 Tu. 6 46.5 43 10 571 54 14 17 11 11 rei. 9 20 2 21 55 24 W. 16 44 5 44 11 01 57 13 18 2 24 sec. 10 23 3 2 56 25 Th. 6 42 5 45 11 3 2 0 13 19 23 23 sec. 11 26 3 43 57 26 Fr. 6 41 5 46 11 5 2 2 13 20 31 31 sec. morn. 4 25 58 27 Sa. 6 395 47 11 8 2 5 13 21 31 41 thi. 0 29 5 11 59 288.6 385 4911 112 8 13 22 4 5* thi. 1 33 5 59

“Thus dishonoring not her station

Would my soul present to Thee,
Gracious God, the pure oblation

7 br.

FEBRUARY hath 28 days.

1875.

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Though to-day may not fulfil
All thy hopes, have patience still ;
For perchance to-morrow's sun
Sees thy happier days begun.
As God willeth march the hours,
Bringing joy at last in showers,

And whate'er we asked is ours. — PAUL GERHARDT, 1659.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Mo.(2d. 8 H O. ( runs low. The simple chores about the 2 Tu. Purifica. of V. Mary. Candlemas Day. house, the barn, and the wood3 W. Length of night 13h. 54m. shed, will take up our time and

thought this cold month. 4 Th. 36th. Dr. Priestley celebrated divine and the barn there are the cows to

scientist, died, 1804. 5 Fr. 6 ho.

Cold. look after. They need great 6 Sa. 6 hc.

care, plenty of feed, daily card7 c Quin.or Shrove S. 6 8. C. and stormy weather. If they are

ing, and protection from cold 8 Mo. 39th. Strauss, celebrated German theo{ logical writer, died, 1874.

giving milk, it is a good plan to 9 Tu. Shrove Tuesday. High tides.

moisten their food with hot water, 10 W. Ash Wednesday. ( in Perigee. and let it soak a while in a cov11 Th. 6 °C. Signs of a storm. ered tub or box. It is as good

as a partial steaming, and in12 Fr. 10th. Michelet, French historian and au

creases the quantity of milk 13 Sa. pository burned. Loss, $15,000,000. 74.

without material injury to the 14 C 1st S. in L. St.Valen. & in Per. quality. Some shorts or indian 15 Mo. Low tides. ( runs high.

meal, added to the moistened 16 Tu.

hay, will be very useful at this Blustering weather. season of the year. Cleanliness

appointed head of executive pow17 W. Thierrinincenten har el sentirs, 1991. and pure air are great things in 18 Th. gr. elong. W. 6 HC.

a herd of dairy cows. And then 19 Fr. High tides.

they should have a few roots 20 Sa Signs of a thaw. every day. The swede is better

to feed out in midwinter. Be21 C 20 Sunday in Lent. giņ upon the English turnips in 22 Mo. WASHINGTON BORN, 1732.

early winter.

Feed them out 23 Tu. French Revolution began, 1848.

first, and then take the swedes, 24 W. St. Matthias. A north-east snow first of next month. The man

and leave the mangolds till the 25 Th. 64 (.

be

gold continues to improve in 26 Fr. 10. (in Apogee. quality till early spring, when it 27 Sa. expected about this time. reaches its best condition. Raw 28 C 30 Sund. in Lent. O c. mangolds are excellent for swine

at this season of the year. They contain a large amount of sugar, and I have noticed that pigs seem to have a sweet tooth as well as children.

thor, died, 1874.
Destructive fire in London. Taylor's Re-

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1875.

MARCH, Third Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

@'s Declination.

Days. d.
m. Days. d.

m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. 78.33 7 5 14 13 2 53 19 0 31 25 1 51

101 8 4 51 14 2 30 20 OS. 7 26 2 14 6 47 9 4 28 15 2 6 21 ON.16 27 2 38 6 24 10 4 4 16 1 42 22 0 40 28 3 1

6 1 11 3 41 17 1 19 23 1 3 29 3 25 6 5 38 12 3 17 18 0 55 24 1 27 30 3 48

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Full Sea, D's

Length

Day's

Sun
Slow.

Age.

Boston.
Morn| Even

h. h.

Place.

Rises. h. m.

h. m. h.

Souths. h. m.

m. h.

m. h

m.

m.

04h'd

O New Moon, 7th day, 3h. 36m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 14th day, 8h. 21m., morning, E.
O Full Moon, 21st day, 7h. 7m., evening, E.
( Last Quarter, 29th day, 11h. 41m., evening, E.

D D Rises. Sets. of Days. Incre. 60 | 1M. 16 3615 50 11 142 11 13 23 51 64 kn. 2 351 6 50 61 2 Tu.6 345 51 11 17 2 14 12 24 63 74 kn. 3 33 7 44 62 3 W. 16 33 5 52 11 19 2 16 12 25 781 kn. 4 24 8 39 63 4 Th. 6 31 5 54 11 23 2 20 12 26 87 94 legs 5 5 9 33 64 5 Fr. 6 295 55 11 262 23 12 27 91 10 legs 5 40 10 27

6 Sa. 6 28 5 56 11 28 2 25 11 28 103 104 feet 6 8 11 18 66 78.6 26.5 57 11 312 28 11 0 11"111 feet sets 08 67 | 8 M. 6 24 5 58 11 34 2 31|11 1111

h'd 7 12 0 57 68 9 Tu.6 236 011 372 34 11 2 0

8 30 1 47 69 10 W. 6 21 6 111 40 2 37 10 3 0f 11

n'k

9 48 2 37 70 |11|Th. 6 19 6 2 11 432 40 10 4 14 2 n’k 11 7 3 31 71 12 Fr. 6 18 6 3 11 452 42 10 5 2 3 arm morn. 4 28 72 13 Sa. 6 16 6 4 11 482 45 10 6 3 31 arm 0 27 5 28 73 14 S. 6 146 511 51 2 48 9 7 41 5 br. 1 43 6 29 74 15 M. 16 136 611 53 2 50 9 8 51 6 br. 2 49 7 29 75 16 Tu. 6 116 811 57 2 54 99 63 71 h’rt 3 42 8 27 76 17W. 6 96 912 02 57 91074 83 l’rt 4 23 9 20 77 18 Th.6 76 10 12 33 01 811 81 91 h’rt 4 56 10 9 78 19 Fr. 6 6 6 11 12 5 3 2 812 9101 bel. 5 22 10 55 79 20 Sa. 6 46 12 12 8 3 5 8 13 10111 bel. 5 43 11 37 So 21 S.6 26 13 12 11 3 8 70 111 112 rei. rises morn. 81 22 M. 6 0 6 14 12 14 3 11 715 o rei. 7 8 0 18 82 23 Tu. 5 596 16 12 17 3 14 716 01 Odrei. 8 11 58 83 24 W. 5 5716 17 12 20 3 17 6 17 1 14 sec. 9 13 1 37 84 25 Th. 5 556 18 12 23 3 20 618 11 11 sec. 10 17 2 21 85 26 Fr. 15 53 6 19 12 26 3 23 6 19 2 24| thi. 11 22| 3 5 86 27 Sa. 5 52 6 20 12 28 3 25 5 20 231 thi. morn. 3 52 87 1288.05 506 21 12 31 3 28 521 39 38 thi. 0 24 4 41 88 29 M. 5 486 22 12 34 3 31 5 22 41 41 kn. 1 23 5 33 89 30 Tu. 5 466 23 12 37 3 34 523 5 52 kn. 2 15 6 27

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Al, passing few are they who speak,

Wild, stormy month! in praise of thee;
Yet, though thy winds are loud and bleak,

Thou art a welcome month to me.

BRYANT.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar.
Weather, &c.
1 Mo.St. David. Very low tides.

It is about time to spruce up
2 Tu. (ru.low. 1st. 6 $ inf. and get ready for the spring

work. There are a thousand lit3W.686

Blustering.

tle things to do that will be apt 4 Th. Length of night 12h. 35m. to bother and take time if they 5 Fr. o hl.

are put off. The tools may need 6 Sa. 8C

Snow or rain. mending. Look over ploughs, 7 C 4th Sunday in Lent.

and spades, and hoes, and the

whole kit of farming implements.
8 Mo. Millard Fillmore, ex-President U.S.,

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died, 1874.

Where's the lost tooth in the
9 Tu. State election in New Llampshire. harrow? A little paint on the
10 W. WC ( in Perigee.
6.

carts and wagons will make them
11 Th. Very high tides.

last all the longer. Sometimes

a gate will begin to say, where a 12 Fr. 11tk. Charles Sumner died, 1874.

little fixing will straighten it up. 13 Sa. Showers, with wind. Isn't there a board gone from 14 C 5th Sun. in L. Passion Sun. the fence? Let these little mat15 Mo. ( runs high.

ters go, and the whole place will 16 Tu. Low tides.

Raw, easterly desolation. Take them in time,

soon have a look of decay and
17W. St. Patrick.
6 HC.

and there is the look of neatness
18 Th. 17th. Days and nights nearly equal. and thrift- an air of comfort
19 Fr. 20th. O ent. 99. {

SPRING BE- and competency that any farmer 20 Sa. High tides. $ in 8.

ought to be proud of. Put up

the walls, have a sharp look at 21 C Palm Sunday. St. Benedict.

the woodpile, whitewash the 22 Mo. Goethe died, 1832.

barn, and clean up generally. 23 Tu. winds, with cold and Now is the best time to destroy 24 W. 670.

the eggs of the caterpillar. On

all the smaller trees it is an easy 25 Th. Annunciation, or Lady Day.

matter. They will be seen in 26 Fr. Good Friday. ( in Apogee. the form of little round brace27 Sa. 16 ! h. drizzling rain. lets, near the ends of the limbs, 28 C Easter Sunday. 68 c. clustered around the twigs. Cut

them off and burn them, or by 29 Mo. & in 88. ( runs low.

the first of May they will be 30 Tu. 8 in Aphelion.

crawling worms. Sow clover 31 W. Very low tides. Sunny. seed on the fall-sown grass lots.

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