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Sunny hours in every season

Wait the innocent;
Those who taste with love and reason

What their God has sent,
Those who neither soar too highly,

Nor too lowly fall,
Feel the sunny days of winter, after all! – D. F. MACARTHY.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 Mo. High tides. 24.680 If you want to get eggs in this
2 Tu. Purifica. of V. Mary. Candlemas Day. cold spell, take the early chicks
3W. ( in Apogee.

of breeds that like to lay; give
4 Th. '5th. T. Carlyle died, 1881, aged 85.

them warm quarters, clean poles

to roost on, a drink that is not 5 Fr. 68

Changeable.

too cold, and a breakfast of corn 6 Sa. 7 in Perih., 8 in Aph. mea) and wheat bran wet down 7 C 5th Sund. after Epiphany. with milk. Feed some meat 8 Mo. Low tides.

scraps every day, and keep fine 9 Tu. 38th. 0. S. Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, powdered oyster-shells and a lot beheaded, 1587.

of gravel within easy reach. A 10 W. Peter Vicioria married, Colder, small bunch of oats and some 11 Th. OVO, 6°C with dried clover is just what will be 12 Fr. Cotton Mather, D.D., bern, 1663.

fun for them to pick at, and if

they find some kernels of buck13 Sa. 14th. 6 h ( ( runs high. wheat and a few sunflower seeds 14, 6th Su. af. Epip. St. Valenúne. mixed in with the

chaff

, it wont

hurt them any. It is a poor plan 15 Mo. Length of day 10h. 36m. to raise low-priced crops on liigh16 Tu. Capture of Fort Donelson, 1882. priced land, so if your farm is 17 W. ( in Perigee.

anywhere near a town or village

where there is a good market, 18|Th.s go inf., 8 8 ?.

now is the time to start early gar19 Fr. V. high tides. $ gr. h. 1. S. den crops that are sure to pay

-, 20 Sa. 6 l, 6 y (.

you can get early cabbages that 21.C Septuages. Sun. Ó C.

always sell well, and early beets, 22 Mo. WASIIINGTON BORN, 1732.

turnips, tomatoes, and other

crops a little ahead of anybody 23 Tu.

Now somewhat else, and so take the cream of the 24 W. St. Matthias. 680 sup.

market. There is no end to the 25 Th.

chores, and no need to waste time,

warmer'. cold as it is. Cows and young 26 Fr. 27th. ( runs low.

stock are better off in warm 27 Sa. Very low tides.

stalls, and it is a good plan to take

the chill off the water you give 28 C Ser. Sun. 8 gr. hel. lat. N. them to drink. We ought to

bear in mind that well-win

tered is half well-summered.” Twelve pounds of hay, cut and wet and mixed with eight pounds of shorts, will keep a cow a day better than thirty pounds of hay, and at less cost.

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Day of

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1886.]

MARCH, THIRD Month.

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS.
Days. d. m. Days. d. Days. | d. Days. d. m. / Days. d. m.

78.25 7 5 6 13 2 45 19 OS. 23 25 1 59 2 7 2 8 4 43 14 2 21 20 ON. 1 26 2 22

6 39 9 4 19 15 1 58 21 0 24 27 2 46 6 16 10 3 56 16 1 34 22 0 48 28 3 9 5 53 11 3 32 17 1 10 23 1 12 29 3 33

5 30 12 3 91 18 0 47 24 1 35 30 3 56
o New Moon, 5th day, 5h. 4m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 13th day, 8n. 17m., morning, E.
O Full Moon, 19th day, 11h. 37m., evening, E.
(Last Quarter, 27th day, 5h. 44m., morning, E.

Full Sen 's
Boston.

D D
of Days Incre. lopen
Rises. In Sets

Morn | Even

Rises. Souths. ...

Place.
h.
m. m.

h.

h. m. h. m. 60 1 M. 16 2015 3511 1512 12 3126 84 94 legs 3 448 47 61 2 Tu. 6 18 5 36 11 18 2 15 3 27 9410 legs 4 24 9 33 62 3 W. 6 16 5 37 11 212 18 428 10 104 legs 4 5910 18

4 Th. 6 15 5 38 11 232 20 429 10111 feet 5 33 11 2 64 5 Fr. 6 13 5 39 11 262 23 40114114 feet sets 11 46 65 6 Sa. 6 11 5 40/11 292 26 4 1 113 h'd 6 35 0 30 66 75.6 10 5 42 11 322 29 5 2 0 04h'd | 7 34 1 14 678 M. 6 85 43 11 35 2 82 5 3 04 05h'd 8 34 1 59 68 9 Tu.6 65 44 11 382 35 5 4 1 14 n'k 9 36 2 45 69 10 W. 6 5 5 45 11 40 2 37 5 5 14 24 n'k 10 37 3 33 70 11 Th.6 3.5 46 11 432 40 6 6 21 3 arm 11 39 4 24 7112 Fr. 6 15 48 11 472 44 6 7 31 arm morn 5 17 72 13 Sa. 6 05 49 11 492 46 68 41 5 br. 041 6 13 73 14S-5 585 50 11 52 2 49 6 9 51 6 br. 1 401 7 10 74 15|M. 5 56 5 51 11 552 52 710 64 7 h'rt 2 351 8 9 75 16 Tu. 5 545 52 11 58 2 55 711 71 8 h’rt 3 26 9 7 76 17 W. 5 535 53 12 02 57 712 81 9 bel. 4 12 10 4 77 18 Th. 5 51 5 55 12 43 1 813 9710 bel. 4 54 11 0 78 19 Fr. 5 495 56 12 73 4 80 104 104 bel. rises 11 55 79

20 Sa. 15 48 5 57 12 936 8 15 111111 rei. 6 44 morn 80 21 S.5 46 5 58 12 123 9 8 16 — 0 rei. | 7 54 0 48 81 22 M. 5 44 5 59 12 15 3 12 917 01 09 sec. 9 1 1 41 82 23 Tu. 5 42 6 0 12 18 3 15 9 18 17 19 sec. 10 6 2 32 83 24 W. 5 41 6 112 20 3 17 9 19 2 24/thi. 11 7| 3 24 84 25 Th. 5 39 6 2 12 23 3 20 10 20 20 34 thi. morn 4 14 85 26 Fr. 5 37 6 4 12 27 3 2410 21 31 41 kn. 0 3 5 4 86 27 Sa. 15 35 6 5 12 30 3 27 10 22 43 52 kn. | 0 54 5 54 87 28 8.5 346 612 32 3 29 11 23 53 69kn. | 1 40 6 42 88 29 M. 5 32 6 7 12 35 3 32 11 24 77 legs 2 21 7 28 89 30 Tu.5 306 8 12 38 3 35 11 25 881 leg: 2 59 8 14 90 31 W. 5 28 6 9 12 413 38 12 26 83 9j feet 3 33 8 59

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1886.]

APRIL, FOURTH MONTH.

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS.

O's Deolination.

Days. d. m. Days. d.

m. Days. d. m. Days. d.
4 N42 7 6 59 13 9 12 19 11 19
2 5 5 8 7 22 14 9 34 20 11 40

5 28 9 7 44 15 9 55 21 12 0
5 51 10 8 6. 16 10 16 22 12 20
6 14 11 8 28 17 10 37 23 12 40
6 37 12 8 501 18 10 581 24 (13 0

Days. d. m. 25 13 19 26 13 39 27 13 58 28 14 17 29 14 35 30 14 54

New Moon, 4th day, 9h. 31m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 11th day, 3h. 44m., evening, E.
O Full Moon, 18th day, 9h. 59m., morning, W.
( Last Quarter, 26th day, 0h. 15m., morning, E.

Length Day's Rises. 1 Sets. of Days. Incre. h.

m. h. m... m. h. m. m.

Sun

Fast.
Moon's

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911 1 Th.15 276 10 12 433 40/12271 94/10 feet| 4 41 9 4.5 92 2 Fr. 15 25 6 11 12 463 43 12 28 101 101 feet 4 34 10 26 93 3 Sa. 5 236 1212 493 46 13 29 101 11°\h'd 5 4 11 11 94 4S-5 22 6 14 12 52 3 49 13 114 114 h'd sets 11 56 95 5M. 5 206 15 12 55 3 52 13 1111 – n'k 7 28 0 42 96 6/Tn. 15 1816 16 12 583 55 13 21 0 01 n'k 8 30 1 30 97 7W. 15 17 6 171303 57 14 3 01 1 arm 9 33 2 21 98 8Th. 5 156 18 13 34 0 14 4 11 13 arm 10 36 3 13 99 9Fr. 5 136 1913 64 314 5 2 21 arm 11 35 4 8 100 10 Sa. 15 11 6 20 13 914 6151 6 3 31|br. morn 5 5 10111 S. 5 10 6 2113 114 815 7 34 41 br. 0 31 6 1 10212 M. 15 8/6 22 13 14 4 11 15 8 5 54h'rt 1 221 6 58 103 13 Tu. 5 76 24 13 17 4 14 15 9 6 6 h'rt 2 8 7 54 10411W. 5. 56 25 13 20 4 17 16 10 77 8"bel. 2 50 8 48 105

15 Th.5 36 26 13 23 4 20 16 11 81 83 bel. 3 28 9 42 10616 Fr. 15 26 27 13 25 4 22 16/12 91 93 rei. 4. 4f10 34 10717 Sa. 15 06 28 13 28 4 25 16 13 10 104 rei. 4 39 11 27 10818 S.4 596 29 13 30 4 27 17 0 11 |111 sec. rises morn

4 57 6 30 13 334 30 17 15/114 sec. 7 47 0 19 11020 Tu. 4 556 3113 364 3317 161 0 04 thi. | 8 517 1 11 11121 W. 4 54 6 33 13 394 36 1717 0f 17thi. 9 50 2 3

12|22|Th. 4 53|6 3413 414,38|17|18| 14| 2 |thi. 10 45 2 54 113 23 Fr. 4 516 35 13 444 41 18 19 21 3 kn. 11 34 3 45 11424 Sa. 4 50/6 36 13 46 4 43 18 20 4 kn. morn 4 34 115

25 S. 4 486 3713 49 4 46 18 21 4 5 slegs 0 18 5 22 11626 M. 4 466 3813 524 49 18 22 5 6 slegs 0 57 6 8 117 27 Tu. 4 45 6 39 13 54 4 51 18 23 6 7 legs 1 32 6 53 11828 W. 4 446 40 13 56 4 5318 24 73 74 feet 2 4 7 38 11929 Th. 4 426 41 13 594 56 1925 8 81 feet 2 35 8 21 12030Fr. 14 41 6 43 14 2 4 59|19|26| 9 | 91]h’d 3 4 9 5

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