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All things rejoiced beneath the sun, - the weeds,
The river, and the cornfields, and the reeds,
The willow leaves that glanced in the light breeze,
And the firm foliage of the larger trees.

SHELLEY.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 Fr. 8 gr. elong. E., & in 8. THE farmer w se tillage land
2 Sa. O in Apogee. Hot, is on a lower level than a never-
3 B 4th Sunday after Trinity. failing stream of water which
4 Mo. INDEPENDENCE DECLARET, 1776.

he has a right to use for irri

gating his growing crops, is very 5 Tu. 4th. ( runs low. with

fortunate, for to him the dry 6 W. High tides.

seasons need have no terrors. 7 Th. Şthe Paul H. Hayne, poet, died, 1886,

He is all right, if he has the 8 Fr. 11th. Gen. Alexander Hamilton mortally snap to take steps to make the

wounded in a duel with Auron Burr, most of it, for, while his neigh9 Sa. 1804. 10 B 5th Sunday after Trinity. will have the best, and he can

bors will have short crops, he 11 M.. in Aphelion. thunder sell at high prices. A great deal 12 Tu. ( in Apogee. showers.

can be done to ward off the in13 W. 15th. Very low tides. jury of a drought by the fre14 Th. 13th. gr. elong. E. quent stirring of the soil at the 15 Fr. St. Swithin. 8 stationary.

surface. The dry earth at the 16 Sa. 6 V (.

Signs

top acts as a mulch and prevents 6th Sunday after Trinity. moisture from below.

the rapid evaporation of the

Look 18 Mo. . in 8, 6 h O, ó ô (. sharp after the potatoes or the 19 Tu. ( runs high, a 40. striped beetles will strip off all 20 W. St. Margaret. 6 h (.

of a the leaves.

A little Paris green, 21 Th. 6 $ ( 24th. ( in Per. at the rate of a teaspoonful to 22 Fr. St. Mary Magdalene. storm.

two gallons of water, will clean

them off. The water must be 23 Sa. 6 (. Very high tides.

kept stirred at the time of the 24 B 7th Sunday after Trinity.

application as the mineral does 25 Mo. St. James. 6 H (. 3 BEGIN.

not dissolve and would settle to 26 Tu. St. Anne. 646. Very the bottom if allowed to stand. 27 W. 21st. Burns died, 1796, aged 37.

It may be mixed with plaster of 28 Th. 6 8 o inferior. hot

Paris and put on dry. It doesn't 29 Fr. Low tides.

do to be careless with this poi

again.
30 Sa.
Franz Liszt, abbé, pianist, died, 1886,

son. Keep it out of the reach of aged about 74.

children and away from plants 31 Båth Sunday after Trinity. that are to be eaten uncooked.

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(Last Quarter, 11th day, 6h. 36m., evening, E.

New Moon, 19th day, Oh. 39m., morning, E.
First Quarter, 25th day, 3h. 21m., evening, E.

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( Last Quarter, 10th day, 10h. 3m., morning, W.

New Moon, 17th day, 9h. Om., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 24th day, Oh. 4m., morning, W.

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SEPTEMBER hath 30 days.

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September strews the woodlands o’er

With many a brilliant color;
The world is brighter than before —
Why should our hearts be duller!

T. W. PARSONS.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Th. (High tides. 2d. W stat. The County and State Agri2 Fr. 5th. Cardinal Richelieu born, 1585.

cultural Fairs are now in order, 3 Sa. 4th. $ gr. hel. lat. N. More and we cannot afford to ignore 4 B 13th Sunday after Trinity. farm products and take them to

them. Pick out the best of the 5 Mo. ( in Apogee. Dog DAYS END.

the exhibition, and then go and 6 Tu. 37th Queen Elizabeth of England, born,

see how they compare with 7 W. 37th. Leonhard Euler, Swiss mathemati- others. Nothing like knowing 8 Th. Nativity of Virgin Mary. 6 W c. just how you stand. A little 9 Fr. 11th. Low tides. heat. self-conceit is apt to take hold 10 Sa. 6 $ o superior.

of us all, and there is nothing

that is sure to take it out more 11 B 14th Sunday after Trinity. completely than to compare our 12 Mo. ( runs high. Cooler, with

own wares with those of others 13 Tu. & gr. hel. lat. S., 6 h (. who are engaged in the same 14 W. 6 ở c. { Repeat the needs Tyng, Sr., pursuits. We shall be very apt 15 Th. 6 $ 9.

high

to find that there is something 16 Fr. 18th. 6 H (.

winds,

that we have yet to learn, and 17 Sa: 6 83 Bc.

that there are some folks who and

know a thing or two as well as 18 B 15th Su. af. Tr. (in Per. we. In picking out a lot of 19 Mo. Very high tides. perhaps fruit for exhibition, it is well to 20 Tu. 646.

a storm. bear in mind that it is quality 21 W. St. Matthew. 68 o inferior, and form, rather than size, that

will take the prize. The largest 22 Th. { vaghed Portof. J. C. Shairp died, 1885, 23 Fr. 0 ent... AUTUMN BEGINS.

overgrown specimens of fruit

and vegetables are often mere 24 Sa. ( runs low, 6 # $ . monstrosities whose quality is

16th Sunday after Trinity. quite inferior. It is a bad plan 26 Mo. Low tides. Į PALAND NIGHT to let potatoes lie in the ground 27 Tu. 8 in 8.

Very after the tops are dead. The

rule is to dig them at once 28 W. 23d. George Wilkes, editor, died, 1885.

and store them in a cool place, 29 Th. St. Michael and all Angels. fine. or to sell them direct from the

field. 30 Fr. St. Jerome. High tides.

A quick sale is, on the whole, the best. Let others take the risk.

25 B

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