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1876.

SEPTEMBER, Ninth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

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Days. d. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.

1 8N. 0 7 5 46 13 3 29 19 1 10 25 1 10 2 7 38 8 5 24 14 3 6 20 0 47 26

34 3 7 16 9 5 1 15 2 43 21 ON.23 27 57 4 6 54 10 4 38 16 2 20 22 OS. O 28 2 21 6 31 11 4 15 17 1 57 23 0 24 29 2 44 9 12 3 52 18 1 33 24 0 47 30

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Full Moon, 3d day, 4h. 29m., evening, E.
( Last Quarter, 10th day, 11h. 37m., evening, E.

New Moon, 17th day, 5h. 30m., evening, E.
) First Quarter, 25th day, 7h. 19m., morning, E.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

? aged 51, 1874.

State election in Vermont.
DOG DAYS END.

1 Fr.
Major-General Foster, U. S. A., died,

The rule is to sow grass seed 2 Sa. Length of night 10h. 55m. the first of this month. If sown

late in the fall it does not have 3 A 12th Su. af. Trin. o . time to get a firm hold on the 4 Mo. 3d. ( eclipsed, invisible.

soil when the ground freezes. 5 Tu.

Seed sown now will do vell in 6 W.

$4th. Prof. Jeffries Wyman, eminent com- nine cases out of ten. If sown

parative anatomist, died, 1874.
7 Th.16 *. 15th. Gold, 109 3-4, 1874.

in spring it is apt to die from 8 Fr. Nativity of V. Mary. High tides. with weeds, if the land is foul.

the hard drought, or to be choked 9 Sa. $13th Guizoel, en la gente man and his Sow it alone, and not with oats, 10 A 13th Sunday after Trinity. Seed costs too much to risk it 11 Mo. Cru.hi. Low tid. State election with a rank crop of grain, which

makes it weak with its shade, so 12 Tu. 14th. New Style introduced in England,

1752. The day following Sept. 21 was that when the grain is cut it will 13. W. called the 14th - 11 days being dropped. not stand the hot sun.

We can 14 Th. 690. ( in Perigee. do much to fix up the place, get 15 Fr. 16 (hength,c74. Revo.in : out rocks, and smooth off the 16 Sa. 6 cc

fm office, and State gov'ni't grass lots, ready for the mowing

taken posses. of by insurg. machine. Harvest comes 17 A 14th Su. af. Tr. Oecl.,iov.

Towards the end of the 18 Mo. 17th, $ gr. elo. E. Very h.t. month it will be time to top the 19 Tu. 6 $ c. began, 1873.

518th. Commercial panic corn. It sends the growth into 20 W.

$ 17th, 1874. N.o. revolution ended by the ears, so as to make it get peaceable surrender to U. S. troops.

ripe a little earlier. But it is 21 Th. St. Matthew. 22d. 64 6.

as well to cut it up at the ground 22 Fr. O ent. 2. AUTUMN BEGINS. and stook it. Early fruit may 23 Sa. 8 greatest elongation W. be picked and sold. The grape 24 A 15th Sunday after Trinity. ought to be ripe by this time. 25 Mo. ( runs low.

ŞDays and nights Save seed to plant next year.

Top dress the grass lands. It is 26 Tu. (in Apo. Very low tides.

a good plan to plough in the fall, 27 W.

| 19th, 1874. Terrible disaster at Fall River, and if it is done now the soil will 28 Th. the operatives are unable to escape. work better in spring, than if it 29 Fr. St. Michael.

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is put off later. Don't fail to go

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O Full Moon, 30 day, 6h. 12m., morning, W.
( Last Quarter, 10th day, 5h. 35m., morning, E.

New Moon, 17th day, 5h. 13m., morning, E.
First Quarter, 25th day, 3h. 10m., morning, W.
Length Day's

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Morn Even Place. 275) 15.5 5715 41 11 44 3 32 11|14/10 104 feet| 3 53 10 51 276 2 M. 5 58 5 39 11 41 3 35 11 15 104 11 h'd 4 59 11 34 277 3 Tu. 5 59 5 38 11 39 3 37 110 111 114 h'd

rises morn. 278 4 W.16 15 36 11 35 3 41 11 17 e h'd 5 56 0 19 279

5 Th. 6 25 34 11 323 44 12 18 041 04 nok 6 25/ 1 7 280 6 Fr. 6 35 32 11 29/3 47 12 19 1

7 0 1 59 281 7 Sa. 6 4 5 31 11 2713 49 12 20 1 2 arm 7 44 2 56 282 88.6 55 29 11 243 52 13 21 21 23 arm 8 41 3 57 283 9 M. 6 65 27 11 21 3 55 13 22 31 32 br. 9 50 5 0 284 10 Tu. 6 7 5 26 11 19 3 57 13 23 4] 5 br. 11 6 6 2 285 11 W. 6 85 24 11 16 4 0 13 24 51 6 h'rt morn. 7 1

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288 14 Sa. 6 12 5 19 11 74 9 14 27 82 91 bel. 2 55 9 35 mw 128915 S. 6 13 5 17 11 4 4 12 14 28 9 10 rei. 4 710 22

290 16 M. 6 145 16/11 2 4 14 15 29 101 11 rei. 5 19 11 7
291 17 Tu. 6 155 14 10 594 17 15 0 111 114 rei. sets 11 53
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Farmer's Calendar.

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1 A 16th Sunday after Trinity. THERE is no time to lose now. 2 Mo. 6 ?. L. of ni. 12h.20m. We must dig potatoes, get in 3 Tu. 2d. Major Andre hanged as a spy, 1780.

and husk the corn, pick the fruit,

and fly round till the work is 4W. Vermont legislature mects.

done. Here and there a good 5 Th.s ok. 3, 6, 8: S Jonathan Edwards born,

crop of grass can be cut. Rowen 6 Fr. High tides. Very fine. is good for calves and lambs, 7 Sa. 8th and 9th. Great fire at Chicago, 1871.

and for cows in milk. We like & A 17th Sunday after Trinity. so sweet and full of juice. Keep

to have a lot of it on hand, it is 9 Mo.8th. ( runs high.

the plough in the furrow as much 10 Tu. ( in Perigee. Low tides. as you can. The more we can 111 W. 12th. Gen. Robert E. Lee died, 1870.

plough in the fall the less will 12 Th. in 8.

the work press in the spring, and 6 HC. Cool.

the team is strong now to do the 13 Fr. 68 inf. 69.

work well. It is a great help to 14 Sa. 15th, 1874. Gold 110.

break up the sod in the fall, for 15 A 18th Su.after Er. 6 g c. we shall have both hands full in 16 Mo. 6 § (.

$17th. Sir Philip Sidney May. It is safe to pull the died, 1586, 0.'S.

mangolds at the end of the 17 Tu. in 8. Very high tides. month. They will not stand a 18 W. St. Luke, Evangelist.

very hard frost. Top them and 19 Th. Dean Swift died, 1745, 0. S.

stack them in close piles on the 20 Fr. 620 Expect a storm. field, so that they can be cov

cred as the cold nights come on. 21 Sa. 22d. ( runs low.

If they are stored in the cellar 22 A 19th Sunday after Trinity. now, where the air is close, they 23 Mo. 24th. Daniel Webster died, 1852. will be apt to heat and sweat, 24 Tu. ( in Apogee.

and that may hurt them. The

swede will keep on its growth 25 W. St. Crispin.

Cooler, but fine for a few days more, and the 26 Th. : *O. Very low tides. frost will not touch that just yet. 27 Fr. 6 hc. for the season. If the canker worm has reached 28 Sa. St. Simon and St. Jude. $ gr.el.W. your trees, tar the trunks about 29 A 20th Sunday after Trinity. the middle of the month. Good

printers' ink is better than tar, 30 Mo. $ 29th. Sir Walter Raleigh beheaded,

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1876. DECEMBER, Twelfth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days.

d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.
1 218.57 7 22 43 13 23 13 19 23 27 25 23 23
2 22 6 8 22 49 14 23 17 20 23 27 26 23 21
3 22 14 9 22 55 15 23 20 21 23 27 27 23 18

22 22 10 23 0 16 23 22 22 23 27 28 23 15
5 22 30 11 23 5 17 23 24 23 23 26 29 23 11

22 37 12 23 10 18 123 26 24 23 25 30 23 7
O Full Moon, 1st day, 6h. 19m., morning, W.
( Last Quarter, 7th day, 9h. 39m., evening, E.

New Moon, 15th day, lh. 29m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 23d day, 6h. 57m., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 30th day, 5h. 15m., evening, E.
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336 1 Fr. 17 114 28 9 17 5 59|110 1101111 arm 4 20 morn.
337 2 Sa. 7 12 4 28 9 16 6 0 10 17 112 arm 5 23 0 34
338 3 S. 7 13 4 28 9 15 6 110 18 01

6 39 1 40
3.39 4M. 17 14 4 27 9 13 6 3 9 19 11

7 59 2 45
340 5 Tu. 7 15 4 27 9 12 6 4 9 20 2 21 h'rt| 9 18 3 45
341 6W. 7 16 4 27 9 11 6 5 821 3 31 h’rt 10 35 4 40
342 7 Th: 7 17 4 27 9 10 6 6 8 22 4 41 bel. 11 48 5 30
343 8 Fr. 7 18 4 27 9 96 7 823 5 5.4 bel. morn. 6 17
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2 7 7 46 34611 M. 7 20 4 27 9 7 6 9 626 8 84 sec. 3 16 8 31 347 12 Tu. 7 21 4 27 9 66 10 6 27 87

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4 25 9 18 348 13 W. 7 22 4 28 9 66 10 528 94 101 sec. 5 33 10 7 349 14 Th. 7 23 4 28 9 5 6 11 5 29 10 11 thi. 6 39 10 59 350 15 Fr. 7 23 4 28 9 56 11 4 0 111 112 thi. sets 11 51 351 16 Sa. 7 24 4 28 9 4 6 12 4 1 0 kn. 4 58 0 44 352 17 S.7 25 4 29 9 4 6 12 3 2 04

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5 59 1 35 353 18 M. 17 25 4 29 9 4 6 12 3 3 11 kn. 7 2 2 23 354 19 Tu.7 26 4 29 9 36 13 2 4 14 2 legs 8 6 3 8 355 20 W. 17 27 4 30 9 3 6 13 2 5 21 22 legs 9 8 3 51 356 21 Th. 7 27 4 30 9 3 Inc. 1 6 3 3. feet 10 11 4 33 357 22 Fr. 17 28 4 31 9 30 01 7 3 4 feet 11 14 5 13 358 23 Sa. 17 28 4 31 9 30 0 0 8 41 43 feet morn. 5 54 359 24 S. 7 28 4 32 9 40 1 S. 9 51 51 h'd 0 18 6 36 360 25 M. 7 29 4 33 9 40 1 110

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