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FEBRUARY, SECOND MONTH.

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ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS. Days. d.

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14 27 15 12 26 21 10 18 27 8 5 4 16 1 10 14 7 16 12 5 22 9 56

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5 15 43 11 13 47 17 11 44 23 9 34
6 15 24 12 13 27 18 11 23 24 9 12

( Last Quarter, 6th day, 5h. 37m., evening, W.
® New Moon, 14th day, 9h. 22m., evening, W.

First Quarter, 22d day, 5h. 31m., morning, W.
O Full Moon, 28th day, 11h. Om., evening, E.
Length Day's

D's D D of Days. Incre.

Place.

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4 W.16 555 310 8 1 5 219 21 3 rei. 10 54 3 47 36 | 5 Th. 6 535 410 111 8 2 20 31 4 sec. 11 54 4 34 37

6 Fr. 6 525 510 131 10 221 4 43 sec. morn 5 20 38 7 Sa. 6 515 710 16 1 13 2 22 51 53 sec. 0 51 6 6 391 88.6 505 810 181 15 223 66 67 thi. S. 1

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3 27 8 27 42 11 W. 6 46 5 12 10 261 23 2 26 83 94 kn. | 4 13 9 14 43 12 Th. 6 445 13 10 29 1 26 227 91 107 kn. 4 54 10 2 44 13 Fr. 6 435 14 10 31 1 28 2 28 104 104 legs 5 32 10 49 45 14 Sa. 16 42 5 16 10 311 31 2 8 11 111 legs sets 11 36 46 15 S.6 405 17 10 37 1 34

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feet 6 101 0 22 47 16 M. 6 395 18 10 39 1 36 2 2 0 04 feet 7 12 1 9 48 17 Tu. 6 38 5 20 10 42 1 39 2 3 0.3 1 lh'd 8 15 1 56 49 18 W. 6 36 5 21 10 451 42 2 4 11 11 h'd 9192 44 50 19 Th. 6 355 22 10 47 1 44 2 5 2 24 h'd 10 24 3 33 51 20 Fr. 6 33 5 23 10 50 1 47| 2 6 23 3 n'k 11 301 4 25 52 21 Sa. 6 32 5 25 10 531 50 27 31 4 n'k morn 5 19 53 22 S.6 3015 26 10 561 53 2 8 5 arm 0 36 6 15 54 23 M. 6 295 27 10 58 1 55 31 9 54 6 arm 1.39 7 13 55 24 Tu. 6 275 28 11 11 58 310 6į 7+ br. 2 40 8 12 56 25 W. 16 25 5 29 11 42 11 3 11 77

3 35 9 10 57 26 Th. 6 245 31 11 7 2 4 3 12 81 94 h'rt 4 24 10 7 58 27 Fr. 6 22 5 32 11 102 7 313 93 104 h’rt 5 811 2 59 28 Sa. 16 2115 33 11 122 9 30 102 11 /bel. / 5 49 11 55

CULTIVATE such an habitual cheerfulness of mind and evenness of temper, as not to be ruffled by turmoil, inconveniences, and crosses.

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FEBRUARY hath 28 days.

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D. M.

D. W.

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76, 1884.

The earth is so bleak and deserted,

So cold the winds blow,
That no bud or no blossom will venture

To peep from below;
But, longing for spring-time, they nestle

Deep under the snow. — A. A. PROCTER.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
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Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 D Sept. Sun. Very high tid. No use to try to keep more stock 2 Mo. Purífica. of V. Mary. Candlemas Day. than we can keep well. We must

aim to treat all kinds of stock so 3 Tu. 6 C.200 Wendell Phillipe died,

aged 72, 1884. 4W. gr. hel. lat. S. Milder

as to carry it through the winter

well and to have it come out in 5 Th. 1640, 8 in 8. but

good order in the spring. It is a 6 Fr.

Another great flood, with enormous

losses, in the Ohio and other western great point gained to send cows 7 Sa. rivers, 1884.

changeable. out to pasture in good flesh and 8 D Seragesima Sun. OVO. thriving condition. To feed well 9 Mo. Very low tides. athu Poroka.AHnow is the only way to do it; and

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to feed well we need to study the 10 Tu. ( runs low.

tastes and the wants of the ani11 W. 610, 689. Grows

mal itself. A change of food 12 Th. Oth. ( in Apo., $ in Aph. now and then seems to suit the 13 Fr. 6! ( 6 $ (. fine. taste of a cow as well as that of 14 Sa. St. Valentine. 6S (

Cows are most sensitive 15 D Quin. or Shrove Sunday,

to cold and hard fare, and the 16 Mo. k stationary.

Rain or

food we give them ought to be

such as to keep up the heat of 17 Tu. Shrove Tuesday.

the body as well as the supply of 18 W Ash Wednesday. High tides.

the elements which go to in19 Th. : 40.

Fine and crease the secretion of milk. A 20 Fr. Length of night 13h. 11m. few roots will be greatly rel21 Sa. 6 WC. $220, WASHINGTON ished, and if bran or shorts are 22 D 1st Sun. in Lent. cold. fed with them, so much the bet

ter. Hay cut short and steamed 23 Mo. ( runs high. Low tides. or soaked in hot water, with a 24 Tu. St. Matthias. 234. 6 h (.

little meal added, is a tidbit that 25 W. ( in Perigee.

Unsettled

no cow will refuse. The strong

point in the silo is that it of26 Th. {Treaty of peace between France and Germany , 1871.

fers a constant supply of moist 27 Fr. 690

for some

and succulent food through the

winter. 28 Sa. ğ in Perihelion.

To pack corn in a silo days. does not add to its nutritive

value, but just keeps its juices

in their normal state. To some extent it may be said to carry June into midwinter. Strawberries well preserved are the next best thing to strawberries fresh.

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(Last Quarter, 8th day, 2h. 3m., evening, W.

New Moon, 16th day, 0h. 37m., evening, W.

First Quarter, 230 day, Oh. 23m., evening, E. o Full Moon, 30th day, 11h. 39m., morning, w.

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|33 68 9M. 6 65 44 11 382 35 5 23 51 61 kn.

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0f 79 20 Fr. 5 47 5 57 12 10 3 7 9 4 11 2 n’k 10 27 3 14 80 21 Sa. 5 45 5 58 12 13 3 10 9 5 21 23 arm 11 33 4 10 81 22 S.15 43 5 59 12 16 3 13 9 6 3 37 arm morn 5 8 82 23 M. 5 42 6 0 12 18 3 15 9 7 4 41 br. 0 35 6 6 83 24 Tu. 5 406 112 21 3 18 10 8 5 5% br. 1 311 7 3 84 25 W.15 38 6 2 12 24 3 21 10 9 64 7 h’rt 2 21.7 59 85 26 Th. 5 366 3 12 27 3 24 10 10 74 8 h'rt 3 6 8 53 86 27 Fr. 5 35 6 5 12 30 3 27 11 11 81 9 bel. 3 45.9 45 87 28 Sa. 15 33 6 6 12 33 3 30 11 12 9110 bel. 4 22 10 36 88 29 5.5 31 6 7 12 363 33 11 13 104 104 bel. rises 11 25 89 30M. 15 296 812 393 36 12 0 11 114 rei. 6 19 morn 90131 Tu.5 2816 9 12 41 3 38 12 15.- 0 rei. ' 7 22 0 14

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O March that blusters, and March that blows,
What color under your footsteps glows!
Beauty you summon from winter snows,
And you are the pathway that leads to the rose.

CELIA THAXTER.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 11 D 20 Sunday in Lent. St. David.

It is a good plan to start a lot 2 Mo. 184.Very high tides. of early plants like potatoes, to3 Tu. 24.6 W (X

Fine matoes, cabbages, and many oth4w. 8 gr. hel. lat. N. but

ers in hot-beds, to be transplant

ed, when the weather permits, 5 Th. Boston Massacre, 1770.

in April or May. It is a simple 6 Fr. . in Aphelion. very matter and costs only a few glass 7 Sa. 6 § 8, oho. cold. covers and a little extra care. It 8 D 30 Sunday in Lent. is a great thing to be able to sup9 Mo. ( runs low; ( in Apogee. ply the table with these things a 10 Tu. Very low tides.

few weeks earlier in the season. Milder.

If the spring is early, the canker

worm will be coming up out of 12 Th. Length of night 12h.11m. the ground about the middle of 13 Fr. 6 80 sup. X A this month; and, in places which 14 Sa. 16th. 6 s (

storm have known him before, it is 15 D 4th Sun, in Lent. óe c. best to tar the apple trees, or, 16 Mo. O eclipsed, vis. at Boston. what is better, to use printers' *17 Tu. St. Patrick. 16th. 6 X (.

ink, which does not harden quite

so quickly. It has to be re18 W.22d. 6 h (. about this newed every few days to make a 19 Th. o ent. P. SPRING BEGINS.

sure thing of it. It is high time

to get the tools in order for use 20 Fr. 6 V ( High tides.

by and by. A good toolhouse is 21 Sa. St. Benedict. 8 HO. time. a very handy place, and it offers 22 D 5th Sun. in Lent. Passion San. a place to work on many a rainy

day. Stock of all kinds needs å 23 Mo. (ru.hi. Cin Per. 8 in 8. little extra care this month. The 24 Tu. {"changed, 1752, in Jan. 1.

25th. Ist day of year in Old Style; best cows will be the most apt to 25 W. Annun. or Lady Day. Low tides. udder. The bag will swell and

have some trouble with the 26 Th. 29th. (ecl.; in vis. at Bost. heat with inflammation. Bathe 27 Fr. 621 6,68 9. Fine it every two hours with hot soap

suds, hot as you can bear the 28 Sa. g in Per.; 2 gr. hel. lat. S. hand in, rubbing off dry every 29 D Palm Sunday. 6 (. time with warm flannels. Never 30 Mo. Iligh tides. weather. put cold water on in such cases

unless you want a confirmed case 31 T1.1 Great riots in Cinginnati, rom 28th to

of the garget. 31st, 1884: many lives .

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