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First Quarter, 10th day, 11h. 16m., morning, E.
O Full Moon, 18th day, 10h. 16m., morning, W:
(Last Quarter, 26th day, Oh. 20m., evening, W.

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320 15 Th.6 36 4 22 9 46 5 31 31 12 91 9h'd 3 25 9 48
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322 17 Sa. 6 38 4 20 9 42 5 35|3014|101|114 n'k 5 23 11 13
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32419 M. 6 41 4 19 9 3815 393016111 arm 5 18 morn
325 20 Tu. 6 42 4 18 9 365 41 30 17 01 04 arnı 5 57 0 45
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NOVEMBER hath 30 days.

[1888.

'T is sweet to hear the watch-dog's honest bark

Bay deep-mouthed welcome as we draw near home; ”T is sweet to know there is an eye will mark

Our coming, and look brighter when we come.

BYRON.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. ele

Weather, &c. 1 Th. All Saints' Day.

Fine The bins and the barns ought 2 Fr. 6 $ ( 8 in 8, 6 # (.

to be full now that the harvest is 3 Sa. {6th. State elections in New Hampshire, over, and it is time to snug 4 G 230 Su. af. Tr, ( in Per. up the little odds and ends 5 Mo. 620, 696

about the place. Get ready for

again. Thanksgiving, and to go strong 6 Tu. Per. 5th. V. high tides. into the winter. All the tools 7 W.6 (.eah threesidential election in used in summer ought to be 8 Th. stat. 7th.( runs low. cleaned up and put away where

9 Fr. 8 gr. hel. lat. S. Now they can be found in spring as 10 Sa. 10th. Oliver Goldsmith born, 1728.

good as you left them in the fall.

It is a good plan to heat them a 11 G 24th Sun.af. Tr. St. Martin.

bit by the fire and rub on a little 12 Mo. 11th..ho.

beeswax. You can keep hoes, 13 Tu. . in Aph.

expect a shovels, forks, ploughs and other 14 W. 12th. Low tides.

iron tools as bright and fresh as 15 Th.

* 18th. Chester Allan Arthur, ex-president new. The rust will not eat

of the U. S., died, 1886, aged 56. 16 Fr. 17th. $ gr. elong. W. cold through. I always like to plough

all I can in the fall. It saves a 17 Sa. 8 gr. hel. lat. N.

lot of time in the spring when, 18 G 25th Su. af. Tr. (in Apo. if ever, time is money, and on 19 Mo. 18th. 6 * (.

many lands it kills a vast number 20 Tu. 18th. High tides. storn. of worms that will rise up to prey 21 W. {asted Charles Francis Adams died, 1886, on the crops next year. To turn 22 Th. St. Cecilia. 8 YO. High

over land just before it freezes 23 Fr. 22d. (runs high.

up gives it the best chance to roinds.

weather,” as they say, so as to 24/Sa. 325th. Rev. Elias L. Magoon died, 1886,

crumble down fine and mellow 25 G 26th Su. af. Tr. St. Catharine. next May. For stiff soils, with 26 Mo.Low tides. 25th. 6 h (.

more or less clay, this is worth a 27 Tu. ithio

. Erastus Brooks, journalist, died, great deal. Jack Frost is as 28 W. 28th. Washington Irving died, 1859.

smart as a good breaking up

plough, and he doesn't charge |29|Th... H (. Blustering. much for his winter's work. It is 30 Fr. St. Andrew. h stationary.

a good plan to give him a chance to try and see what he can do.

1888.]

DECEMBER, TWELFTH MONTH.

O's Declination.

ASTRONOMICAL CALCULATIONS. Days. d. m. Days.

d. m.

Days. d. m. Days. d. m. 1 218 58 7 22 44 13 23 13 19 23 27 2 22 6 8 22 50 14 23 17 20 23 27 3 22 15 9 22 55 15 23 20 21 23 27

22 23 10 23 1 16 23 22 22 23 27

22 30 11 23 17 23 24 23 23 26 6 22 37 12 23 10 18 23 25 24 23 25

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New Moon, 3d day, 5h. 6m., morning, E.

First Quarter, 10th day, 1h. 46m., morning, W.
O Full Moon, 18th day, 5h. 41m., morning, W.
Last Quarter, 26th day, 1h. Om., morning, E.

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COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES.
(Corrected Sept., 1867. U. S. Congress may make changes.)

Supreme Court at Washington, D.C.
Court comes in 2d Monday in October.

The Supreme Court of the United States consists of one Chief and eight Associate Justices. There are nine judicial circuits, and to each of these is assigned one of the justices.

There are also nine Circuit Judges, each of whom is to reside in his circuit. The circuits and justices are as follows: – First Circuit, Horace Gray, of Boston, Mass., Associate Justice. (Maine, N.H., Mass., R.I.) Second Samuel Blatchford, of New York, As. J. (Vt., Conn., N.Y.) Third Joseph P. Bradley, of Newark, N.J., As. J. (Penn., N.J., Del.) Fourth Morrison R. Waite, of Toledo, Ohio, Chief Justice. (Md., Va., W. Va., N.C., S.C.) Fifth

Vacant by reason of the death of William B. Woods, As. Justice. (Geo., Fla., Ala.,

Miss., La., Tex.) Sirth Stanley Matthewe, of Cincinnati, Ohio, As. J. , (Ohio, Mich., Ken., Tenn.) Seventh John M. Harlan, of Louisville, Kentucky, A8. J. (Ind., II., Wis.) Eighth Samuel F. Miller, of Keokuk, Iowa, As. J. (Min., lowa, Mo., Kal., Ark., Neb., Col.) Ninth Stephen J. Field, of San Francisco, Cal., As.J. (Cal., Oregon, Nev.)

Clerk ... James H. McKenney, Washington, D.C.
U.S. Circuit Courts in 1st and 2d

U.S. District Courts.
Eastern Circuits.

Connecticut, at Hartford, 4th Tu, in Connecticut, at N. Haven, 4th Tu. in May and 1st Tu. Dec.; at New Haven, Apr., and at Hartford, 3d Tu. in Sept. 4th Tu, in Feb. and Aug.

Maine, at Portland, Apr. 23, and Maine, at Portland, 1st Tu. in Feb. Sept. 23.

and Dec.; at Bath, 1st Tu. in Sept.; at Massachusetts, at Boston, May 15 Bangor, 1st Tu, in June. and Oct. 15.

Massachusetts, at Boston, 3d Tu. in New Hampshire, at Portsmouth, Mar., 4th Tu. in June, 2d Tu.' in Sept., May 8, and at Concord, Oct. 8.

and 1st Tu. in Dec. Rhode Island, at Providence, June New Hampshire, at Portsmouth, 15 and Nov. 15.

3d Tu. in Mar. and Sept.; at Concord, Vermont, at Windsor, 3d Tu. May, 3d Tu. in June and Dec. at Rutland, 1st Tu. Oct., and at Bur- Rhode Island, at Newport 2d Tu, in lington, 4th Tu. in Feb.

May and 3d Tu. in Oct.; at Providence,

1st Tu, in Feb. and Aug. 1 If the day happens on Sunday the Vermont, at Windsor, 3d Tu. May; Court comes in the Monday following. at Rutland, ist Tu. Oct.; at Burlington,

4th Tu. Feb.

COURTS IN THE STATE OF MAINE.

(Corrected Sept., 1887.) Supreme Judicial Court. May; Civil and Criminal, 2d Tu. Feb., LAW TERMS.

2d Tu. Oct.

Penobscot Co., at Bangor, Civ. BusiPortland, 3d Tu. July, for counties

ness, 1st Tu. Jan., Apr., and Oct.; Crim. of Franklin, Oxford, Androscoggin, Business, 1st Tu. Feb. and 20 Tu. Aug. York, and Cumberland.

Piscataquis Co., at Dover, last Tu. Augusta, 4th Tu. May, for Somerset, Feb. and 2d Tu. Sept. Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, and Kenne

Sagadahoc Co.,

at Bath, 1st Tu. Apr. bec counties.

and 3d Tu. in Aug. and Dec. Bangor, 3d Tu. June, for counties of

Somerset Co.,

at Skowhegan, 3d Tu. Aroostook, Washington, Piscata quis, Mar. and Dec. and 1st Tu. Sept. Hancock, Waldo, and Penobscot.

Waldo Co., at Belfast, 1st Tu. Jan. TRIAL TERMS.

and 3d Tu. in Apr. and Oct.

Washington Co., at Machias, 1st Tu. Androscoggin Co., at Auburn, 3d Jan. and Oct.; at Calais, 4th Tu. Apr. Tu. Jan., Apr., and Sept.

York Co., at Saco, 1st Tu. Jan.; at Aroostook 'Co., at Houlton, last Tu. Alfred, 3d Tú. May and 3d Tu. Sept. Feb. and 3d Tu. Sept.

Cumberland Co., Civil Business, at Superior Court for Aroostook Co. Portland, 28 Tu. Jan., Apr., and Oct. At Caribou, 1st Tu. Dec. and May; at

Franklin Co., at Farmington, 1st Houlton, 1st Tu. April and Nov. Civil Tu. Mar. and 4th Tu. Sept.

and Crim., May and Nov. terms. Hancock Co., at Ellsworth, 2d Tu. Apr. and Oct.

Superior Court for Cumberl'd Co. Kennebec Co., Civil Business, at Au- At Portland, Civil only, 1st 11. Feb., gusta, 1st Tu. Mar. and 3d Tu. Oct.

Mar., Apr., Oct., Nov., Dec. Civil and Knox Co., at Rockland, 2d Tu. Mar. Criminal, 1st Tu. Jan., May, and Sept. and Dec. and 3d Tu. Sept.

Superior Court for Kennebec Co. Lincoln Co., at Wiscasset, 4th Tu. At Augusta, Civil, 1st Tu. Feb., 2d Tu. Apr, and 4th Tú. Oct.

June. Čivil and Criminal, 1st Tu. Apr., Oxford Co., at Paris, Civil, 1st Tu. Sept., and Dec.

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