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O's Declination.

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

15 N.16 7 16 59 13 18 32 19 1954 25 21

15 34 8 17 15 14 18 47 20 20 7 26 21 3 15 51 9 17 31 15 19 1 21 20 19 27 21 4 16 8 10 17 47 16 19 15 22 20 30 28 21 5 16 26 11 18 2 17 19 28 23 20 42 29 21

16 42 12 18 17 18 19 41 24 20 53 30 21

4 14 24 34 43

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Moon's
Age.

Rises. Souths. h. m. h. m.

m. h.

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( Last Quarter, 5th day, 6h. 34m., morning, W.
~ New Moon, 13th day, Oh. 45m., morning, W.

First Quarter, 19th day, 8h. 12m., evening, W.
O Full Moon, 26th day, 11h. 21m., evening, E.
Length Day's

D .
of Days. Incre.
m. h.

m. m. 1 Tu.14 55 6 59 14 415 1 3 181 2 21|kn. (11 401 3 0 122 0

2 W. 4 54 7 0 14 6 5 3 3 19 22 34 kn. morn. 3 54 123 3 Th.4 527 114 95 6| 320 35 4|kn. 0 22 4 45 124 4 Fr. 4 517 314 12 5 9 3 21 41 5 legs 0 56 5 33 125 5 Sa. 4 50 7 414 14 5 11 322 51 58 legs 1 24 6 18 126 6S. 4 497 514 165 13 423 61 63 feet 1 471 7 1 127 7 M. 4 477 614 19 5 16 4 24 7 71 feet 2 7 7 42 128 8 Tu. 4 467 714 21 5 18 4 25 8 84 feet 2 25 8 22 129 9 W. 4 45 7 8 14 235 20 426 87 9 h'd 2 44 9 3 I30 10 Th. 4 447 914 255 226 427 93 9% hd 3 4 9 46 131 11 Fr. 4 43 7 10 14 27 5 24 4 28 10 101 n'k 3 26 10 32 132 12 Sa. 4 42 7 11 14 29 5 26 429 108 11 n'k 3 51 11 22 133 13 S. 4 41 7 12 14 31 5 28 4 0 111 112 n’k sets 0 17 134

14 M. 4 407 13 14 33 5 30 4 1 01 arm 9 32 1 17 135 15 Tu. 4 39 7 14 14 355 32 4 2 0,3 1 arm 10 35/ 2 19 136 16 W. 4 38 7 15 14 37 5 34 4 3 11 2 br. 11 27 3 22 13717 Th. 4 37 7 16 14 39 5 36 4 4 24 24 br. morn. 4 22 138 18 Fr. 4 36 7 17 14 41 5 38 4 5 34 32 h’rt 0 8 5 18 139 19 Sa. 4 35 7 18 14 435 40 4 6 41 40 h’rt 0 40 6 10 140 20 S. 4 34 7 19 14 45 5 42| 4 7 52 bel. 1 6 7 0 141 21 M. 4 33 7 2014 475 44 4 8 64 63 bel. 1 29 7 46 142 22 Tu. 4 327 21 14 495 46 49 71 73 rei. 1 51 8 33 143 23 W. 4 31 7 22 14 515 48 3 10 81 82 rei. 2 13 9 20 144

24 Th. 4 31 7 23 14 52 5 49 311| 94 94 sec. 2 36 10 9 145 25 Fr. 4 30 7 24 14 545 51 3 12 101 102 sec. 3 3 11 1 146 26 Sa. 4 29 7 25 14 56 5 53 30 11 114 thi. 3 35 11 54 147 27 S. 4 29 7 2614 575 54 314

0° thi. rises morn. 48 28 M. 4 287 26|14 585 55 3 15 0; 04 thi. | 9 30 049 149

29 Tu. 4 277 27 15 05 57 316 1 1.kn. 10 171 1 44 150 30 W. 4 27 7 28 15 15 58 3 17 11 2 kn. (10 54 2 36 151 31 Th.4 26 7 28 15 215 59 3 18 27 29 legs 11 23 3 26

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And violets and windflowers sway
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1 Tu. St. Philip and St. James. 646. NO TIME to be lost now. The 2 W. 1st. ( rups low.

crops in the fall will depend very

much on the work of this seed3 Th. * greatest elongation E.

time. The plough and the har4 Fr. 6 G C

row must be kept at work, to say 5 Sa. in Apogee. Cool. nothing of the shovel and the 6 G Boga. Sund. 6o sup. hoe. Most of the main crops are 7 Mo. Length of night 9h. 40m. to go in as fast as we can get at

them. Corn wants a rich and 8 Tu. 6h c. 7th. Very low ti. mellow soil, and clean cultiva9 W. sloth Centennials Exhibition opened at tion. We ought to lay out our 10 Th. Ascension Day or Holy Thursday. plans to raise fifty or sixty bush11 Fr. OO. 6 °C.

els to the acre, at least. Tar the

seed to save it from the birds. 12 Sa.

Grows warmer. Pour hot water over a peck of 13 G Sund. af. Ascen. 69 (seed and let it drain off at once. 14 Mo. 6 $ C.

Showery. It will heat the outside, and not 15 Tu. ( runs high. High tides. hurt the germ.

Then turn on a 16 W. 15th. Gold 112 1-2, 1876. Look out

pint of hot tar, and every kernel

will get a thin coat of it, when it 17 Th. (in Perigee.

may be dusted with plaster or 18 Fr.

for late frosts. with air-slacked lime, and it is 19 Sa. 6 # (. $ in 9.

ready to drop, and no bird will

touch it. Potatoes must have 20 G Whit-Sunday. Pentecost.

clean land, so as to save hand 21 Mo. Low tides. Showers, work with the hoe. That is what 22 Tu, 24th. Queen Victoria

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burn, 1819.

followed costs. Use ashes and plaster 23 W.16 $ 9.

by freely, and keep down the weeds 24 Th. ? in 8. fine weather. as soon as they start. Sow man25 Fr. 3234: Savonarola put io death at Florence, golds as a field crop about the

tenth or middle of the month. 26 Sa. 16 % ipf. High tides.

Give them a rich soil, free from 27 G Trinity Sunday.

weeds, and keep them clean with 28 Mo. 620. Grows cool the hoe or the cultivator. Thin 29 Tu. ( runs low.Ş R. I. legislature meets out well. Sow corn in drills, for 30 W. DECORATION DAY. & in Aph. els of seed to the acre.

fodder, at the rate of three bush

Calves 31 Th. Corpus Christi.

again. should be weaned early.

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1877.

JUNE, Sixth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

O's Declination.

Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days, d. m. Days. d. m. 1 22N. 9 7 22 49

13 23 15 19 23 27 25 23 23 22 16 8 22 55 14 23 18 20 23 27 26 23 21 22 24 9 23 0 15 23 21 21 23 27 27 23 19 22 31 10 23 4 16 23 23 22 23 27 28 23 16 22 37 11 23 8 17 23 25 23 23 26 29 23 13 22 43 12 123 12 18 23 26 24 23 25 30 23 9

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Full Sea,

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( Last Quarter, 4th day, 0h. 26m., morning, E.
• New Moon, 11th day, 9h. 48m., morning, E.

First Quarter, 18th day, 1h. 40m., morning, W.
O Full Moon, 25th day, Oh. 8m., evening, W.
Length Day's

D's D D
Rises. 1 Sets. of Days. Iucre.

h. 152) 1 Fr. 4 267 29 15 3 6 0 2 19 3 31 legs|11 481 4 12 153 2 Sa. 4 26 7 30 15 46 1 2 20 3 47 legs morn. 4 56 154 3 S. 4 25 7 31 15 6,6 3 2 21 4:1 5 feet 0 9 5 37 155 4 M. 4 25 7 32 15 76 4 2 22 51 52 feet 0 28 6 17 1565 Tu. 4 24 7 32 15 86 5 2 23

62 h'd

0.47 6 57 157 6W. 4 24 7 33 15 9 6 6 2 24 7

1 6 7 38 58| 7 Th. 4 247 34 15 106 7 126 78 84’d 1 261 8 22 159 8 Fr. 4 24 7 34 15 10 6 7 1 26 80 9° n'k 1 50 9 10 160 9 Sa. 4 24 7 35 15 11 6 8 127 91 91 n'k 2 20 10 3 161 10 S. 4 23 7 35 15 12 6 9 1|28 104 104 arm 2 59 11 1 162 11 M. 4 23 7 36 15 13 6 10 1 0 117111 arm sets 04 163 12 Tu. 4 237 36 15 13 6 10 0 1 0 br. 9 20 1 8 164 13 W. 4 23 7 37 15 14 6 11 02 01 02 br. 10 5 2 12 165 14 Th. 4 23 7 37 15 14 6 11 s. 31 1 13 h'rt (10 41 3 11 166 15 Fr. 14 23 7 38 15 15 6 12 01 4 2 21 h'rt 11 91 4 6 167 16 Sa. 4 23 7 38 15 15 6 12 0 5 3 3 bel. 11 34 4 57 168 17 S. 4 23 7 38 15 15 6 12 11 6 4 43 bel. 11 561 5 45 169 18 M. 4 23 7 39 15 16 6 13 11 71 5 54 rei. morn. 6 31 17019 Tu. 4 23 7 39 15 16 Dec. 1 8 6

0 17 7 18 171 20 W. 4 23 7 39 15 16 0 0 1 9 7 74 sec. 040 8 6 172 21 Th. 4 24 7 39 15 150 1 2 10 8 8:1 sec. 1 5 8 56 173 22 Fr. 4 24 7 39 15 15 0 1 2 111 9 9 sec. 1 35 9 48 174 23 Sa. 4 24 7 39 15 150 1 2 12 10 101 thi. 2 11 10 42 I75 24S: 4 257 40 15 150 1 2 13 108 11 thi. 2 56 11 36 176 25 M. 4 25 7 40 15 150 1 20 111 kn.

rises morn. 177 26 Tu. 4 25 7 40 15 15 0 1 315 0

8 52 0 29 178 27 W. 4 26 7 40 15 140 2 316 0 1 kn. 9 24 1 20 179 28 Th. 4 267 40 15 140 2 3 17 11 13 legs 9 51 2 8 180 29 Fr. 14 26 7 40 15 140 2 3 18 2 24 legs 10 13 2 52 181 30 Sa. 4 27 7 40 15 130 3 3 19 23 3 feet 10 32 3 34

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JUNE hath 30 days.

1877.

I watch the mowers as they go
Through the long grass, a white-sleeved row;
With even strokes their scythes they swing,
In tune with merry whetstones ring;
Behind, the nimble youngsters run,
And toss the thick swaths in the sun. J. T. TROWBRIDGE.

D. M.

D. W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

1 Fr. Nicomede. ( in Apogee. A HORSE will do as much work 2 Sa. 1 o ( Dull, with at hoeing corn as ten men. Run

tlırough the field with the horse 3 G 1st Sunday after Trinity.

cultivator once a week, and the 4 Mo. 6 h. Very low tides. work with the hoe will be light. 5 Tu. Length of pight 8h. 52m. Where a hill is missing, plant an 6W. Slegislature of New

light and early kind, or else put in two or 7 Th.

8th. Dr. Stearns, Pres. Amherst College, three hills of bush beans. A few died, 1876.

pumpkins in the cornfield will 8 Fr. 18 ( frequent showers. du little harm, and they are handy 9 Sa. St. George Sandefan, tra French au- to feed to cows in the fall. A corn 10 G 20 Sun. aft. Trin. 6 $ C. stubble yellow with pumpkins, 11 Mo. St. Barnabas. 10th. oho.

means a jolly thanksgiving for

cattle. Soon after the middle 12 Tu..! (. ( runs high.

of the month sow ruta-bagas on 13 W. (in Peri. Very high tides. rich land. They like a lighter 14 Th. {stars and Stripes adopted as the national soil than mangolds, but it must 15 Fr. 16H (. Gold 112 5-8, 1876.

be rich or highly manured, or it 16 Sa. Gen. R. B. Hnyes, of Ohio, nomin. for is of no use to work over them.

President by Rep. Con. at Cine'ti, 1876. Use a good drill or seed-sower, 17 G 30 Su. af. Tr. Battle of Bunker

and where they come too thick, 18 Mo. L. of ni't 8h.44m. Low ti. do not fail to thin out. Weeds 19 Tu. 8 40. {186f the year.

$ 18th to 22d, longest days must be kept down, cost what it 20 W. greatest elougation W.

may. Take them when they are

small and weak. A weed, as it 21 Th. O ent. O. SUMMER BEGINS.

grows from an inch to a foot 22 Fr. 25th. High tides. Very high, increases a thousand-fold 23 Sa. {25thid Collain wien alithik mene, Indians, in bulk or weight, and exhausts 24 G 4th Su. at. Cr. St. John Baptist. the soil in proportion. A single

one will bear a thousand seeds, 25 Mo. 64 C. (rups low.

and if they fall in the soil they 26 Tu. 1 327th. Harriet Martineau, Eng. authoress,

make hard work the next year. 27 W. in Perihelion. hot. Begin to cut grass early. Orchard 28 Th. {

Gov. S. J. Tilden, of N. Y., nom. for Pres. grass and clover ought to be cut 29 Fr. St. Peter. ( in Apogee.

by the middle, or at the latest

by the twentieth of the month. 30 Sa. Thunder and lightning. Early cut hay is by far the best

for cows.

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died, aged 74, 1876.

by Dein. Cony. at St. Louis, 1876.

1877.

JULY, Seventh Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

m.

O's Declination.

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

1 23N. 5 7 22 33 13 21 46 19 20 46 25 19 33 2 23 1 8 22 26 14 21 37 20 20 35 26 19 20 3 22 56 9 22 19 15 21 27 21 20 23 27 19 6 4 22 51 10 22 11 16 21 17 22 20 11 28 18 52 5 22 45 11 22 3 17 21 7 23 19 59 29 18 38 6 22 39 12 21 55 18 20 57 24 19 46 30 18 24

( Last Quarter, 3d day, 4h. 17m., evening, W.
• New Moon, 10th day, 5h. 22m., evening, w.
D First Quarter, 17th day, 8h. 28m., morning, E.
O Full Moon, 24th day, 2h. 35m., morning, W.

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IS2 15.4 2717 40|15 130 3 4 20 31 32 feet (10 50| 4 14 183 2 M. 4 27 7 39 15 120 4 4 21 31 47 feet 11 9 4 53 184 3 Tu. 4 287 39 15 11 0 5 4 22 41 h'd 11 28 5 33 185| 4 W. 4 29 7 39 15 100 6 423 51 52 h’d 11 506 15 186 5 Th. 4 29 7 39 15 10 0 6 4 24 64 61 n'k morn. 7 0 187 6 Fr. 4 307 38 15 80 8 4 25 7 77 n'k 0 16 7 49 1887 Sa. 4 31 7 38 15 70 9 5 261 8 81 arm 0 501 8 44 189 8 S. 4 32 7 38 15 60 10 5 27 9 97 arm 1 35 9 44 1909M. 4 32 7 37 15 50 11 5 28 97101 br. 2 31 10 48 191 10 Tu. 4 33 7 37 15 40 12 5 104 114 br. sets 11 53 192 11 W. 4 337 36 15 30 13 5 1111 h'rt 8 371 0 56 193 12 Th. 4 34 7 36 15 20 14 5 2 0 0.1 h'rt 9 10 1 55 194 13 Fr. 4 35 7 35 15 00 16 5 3 1 13 bel. 9 37 2 49 195 14 Sa. 4 367 35 14 590 17 6 4 14 21 bel. 10 0 3 39 196 15 S. 4 37 7 34 14 57 0 19 6 5 21 37 bel. 10 22 4 28 197 16 M. 4 387 33 14 55 0 21 6 6 31 rei. 10 45 5 15 198 17 Tu. 4 38 7 33 14 550 21 67 41 rei. 11 9 6 3 199 18 W. 4 39 7 32 14 53 0 23 6 8 57 sec. 11 37 6 53 200 19 Th. 4 40 7 31 14 510 25 6 9 63 sec. morn. 7 44 201 20 Fr. 4 41 7 31 14 50 0 26 6 10 7 8 thi. 0 11 8 37 202 21 Sa. 4 427 30 14 48 0 28 6 11 87 9 thi. | 0 53 9 31 203 22 S. 4 43 7 29 14 460 30 6 12 9 10 kn. 1 43 10 24 204

23 M. 4 447 28 14 440 32 6 13 103 10kn. 2 41 11 16 205 24 Tu. 4 45 7 27 14 42 0 34 60 114 115 kn. 3 44 morn. 206 25 W. 4 46 7 26 14 400 36 615 O legs rises

0 4 207|26 Th. 4 47 7 25 14 38 0 38 616 07 01 legs 8 18 0 49 208 27 Fr. 4 48 7 24 14 360 40 6 17 0 17 feet 8 38 1 32 209 28 Sa. 4 49 7 23 14 34 0 42 6 18 11 18 feet 8 56 2 12 210 29 S. 4 50 7 22 14 32 0 44 619 2 27 feet 9 14 2 52 211 30 M. 4 51 7 21 14 300 46 6 20 24 24 h'd | 9 33 3 31 212 31 Tu. 4 52 7 20 14 28 0 48 621 311 31 h'd | 9 53| 4 11

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