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Now is that glorious resurrection time,

When all earth's buried beauties have new birth.
Behold the yearly miracle complete —

God hath created a new heaven and earth!

MRS. STOWE.

D. M.

D. W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar..

married, 1875.

1 Th. Nicomede. Dull weather. The corn has come to the hoe, 2 Fr. 8 in 8. { 30

3d. General Sheridan and there is no time to lose.

Weeds grow fast. Watch them, 3 Sa. Length of night 8h. 54m.

or they are sure to get ahead 4-A Whit-Sunday. Pentecost.

and make bad work. Keep them 5 Mo. 64 ( Changeable. under from the first, and give 6 Tu. 534. Serious disturb. by striking miners, theni no chance to get out of 7W. at gr. bril. ( runs low. hand. It does not pay to raise 8 Th. (in Apogee.

weeds. They take the heart out

Fine. of the soil, and turn nothing 9 Fr. 7th. New Hampshire legislature meets. into the crib in the fall. Make 10 Sa. 7th. High tides.

war upon them.

Give them no 11 A Trinity Sunday. St. Barnabas. quarter. It is a free fight, and 12 Mo. Sth, O. S. Mohammed died, 632.

to win is a duty. Then there

are the worms on the trees. 13|Tu. 15 h (. Signs of rain. Keep a sharp eye on them. No 14 W. Very low tides.

gun for such game like a long 15 Th. Corpus Christi.

6 8 0 inf. pole with a brush on the end. 16 Fr. 15th. Gold 116 3-4, 1875.

One good twist and the fruit is

Now is the last chance to 17 Sa. {Beelebrat Bonbethe event in Boston, 1875. put in swedes. Sow the seed 18 A 1st Sun. af. Trin. 6 C. from the 15th to the 20th, on a 19 Mo. Length of vight 8h. 44m. light, warm soil, in good heart, 20 Tu. O ent. 00. SUMMER BEGINS. will give à crop that will feed

and if they have any care they 21/W. P in . 6 $ (. (oin Per. 22 Th. 168c. in the year. şi9th to 23d, longest days winter, and save hay and grain.

many a cow through the early 23 Fr. 169(. Very high tides. Horses thrive on swedes, as well 24 Sa. St. John Baptist. Ő (.

as other stock. Sow millet, or

Hungarian grass seed, about the A .

middle of this month, on warm Mo.

soil, with some fertilizer as a 27 Tu.

(23d. Great floods in the Valley of the dressing, and you can cut two 28 W.

600 lives lost; loss of property about tons of good fodder by the mid29 Th. st. Peter. the printermatom"} Dry. in early. Take time by the fore

dle of August. Put the scythe 30 Fr. S between Irish and Americans, near Dublin, won by Americans, 1875.

lock. Make the most of each shining hour.

ours.

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First Quarter, 27th day, 10h. 34m., evening, W.
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1876.

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On a glorious July day,
The meadows

were ripe and sweet with hay,
And the purple mountains, erect and bold,
Propped pyramid clouds of ruffled gold.

A. C. BRISTOL.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

SINDEPENDENCE

declared, 1776.

at St. Louis, aged 54, '75.

“Cornell," 1875.

1 Sa. O in Apogee. Low tides. It is not a good plan to put 2 A 30 Zun. af. Trin. 64 C. off haying too late. Grass ought

to be cut in the bloom, and if 3 Mo. Length of night 8h. 50m.

you wait till it is all in this state, 4 Tu. ( runs low.

a part of it will be sure to get 5 W. 1679. (in Apogee. too ripe. It is best to strike in 6 Th. $21. Jury in Beecher-Tilton case, being now, and put the right will into 7 Fr. High tides. Hot and dry. Chine the horse can do a good

the work. With a good ma8 Sa. 8 greatest elongation W. part of the mowing, and so save 9 A 4th Sunday after Crinity. time and strength. The scythe 10 Mo. 6 (28

$8th. Gen. F. P. Blair died can trim up around the walls 11 Tu. 12th (0. 8. 1st). Battle of the Boyne, 1690.

and the trees. The hoe, too, 12 W. $14th. Intercollegiate boat race, wou by must take its turn from time to

time, as well as the scythe, or 13 Th. Very low tides. Sultry. the weeds will gain on us. Give 14 Fr. 16 ivf. 15th. Gold 115, 1875. some thought to the plants in 15 Sa. St. Swithin. 6 .

the kitchen garden. It will not 16 A 5th Sunday after Trinity. do to let that go. The currant

worm and the squash bug, and a 17 Mo. 3 Middle of July to end of August good

host of other foes are to be met. 18 Tu. 20th. ( in Perigee. Try and head them off, or they 19 W.68(. ( runs high.

will take a large share of the 20 Th. St. Margaret.

When the 6! (. Rain. fruits of our toil.

strawberries are all picked, it is 21 Fr. 16 i (. 8 in 8.

just as well to dig up the vines 22 Sa. St. Mary Mag. 6 H (.6 $ 9. and set out cabbages, or round 23 A 6th Sunday after Trinity. turnips, or some other crop that 24 Mo. 23d. Very high tides.

comes in late, and so save the 25 Tu. St. James. Dog DAYS BEGIN.

use of the land.

It pays best

to change the bed every year or 26 W. St. Anne. Expect showers

every two years, at most. Sow 27|Th. n g 0. with thunder. turnip seed where the early pease 28 Fr. $27th. Duncan; Sherman & Co the west grew, and on all spots where 29 Sa. YC. 30th. Low tides. plants have failed. Round tur30 A 7th Sunday after Trinity. nips don't amount to much, to be

but they are a good deal 31 Mo. 3 Andrew Johnson ex-president vs. better than nothing.

to .

1876.

AUGUST, Eighth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

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Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. Id. m. Days. I. in. Days. (). m.

1 171.50 7 16 13 13 14 26 19 12 32 25 10 30
2 17 34 8 15 56 14 14 8 20 12 12 26 10 9
3 17 19 9 15 38 15 13 49 21 11 52 27 9 47
4 17 3 10 15 21 16 13 30 22 11 31 28 9 26

16 46 11 15 3 17 13 11 23 11 11 29 9 5
16 30 12 14 45 18 12 51 24 10 50 30 8 43

O Full Moon, 5th day, 1h. 53m., morning, W.

Last Quarter, 12th day, 5h. 14m., evening, W. @ New Moon, 19th day, 7h. 41m., morning, E. First Quarter, 26th day, 1h. 33m., evening, E.

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