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O Full Moon, 12th day, 7h. 32m., evening, E.
( Last Quarter, 20th day, 11h. 23m., evening, E.

New Moon, 28th day, 1h. 15m., morning, E.

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The cricket chirrups forth its shrill refrain;

The grass and all green things are sear and dry;

The parched earth thirsts for water, and men sigh
For cooling showers. All nature waits for rain.

Colorado a State of the Union, 1876.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Th. Lammas Day. Very high tides. It is a good plan to top-dress 2 Fr. OVO.& in 88.1st. (in Per. the mowing-lots after the first 3 Sa. 1st. President issues a proclamation dec. crop comes off. It pays well to

put on the manure where it will 4! F 7th Sunday after Trinity. do the most good, as well as any 5 Mo. Length of night 9h. 43m. six per cent. stock on the street. 6 Tu. Transfiguration.

Sunny Use a lot of muck and loam 7W. 16 # S. and

and the fine stuff scraped from

very fine. 8 Th. ( runs low. Low tides.

the yard. You can keep land

in grass a long time in this way, 9 Fr. $Fight of Gen. Gibbon with Nez Perces

Indians; our loss 60 kill'd & woul., "77. and you need fear no waste. 10 Sa. St. Lawrence.

Cloudy. Nature top-dresses, and keeps 11 F 8th Sun. aft. Tr. 646. the roots of most plants near 12 Mo. (ecl. vis. in U.S. Hi.tides. of compost shades the ground,

A good covering 13 Tu. 8 in Aph. 8 gr. elong. E. and shade is a sort of fertilizer. 14 W. 15th. Napoleon born, 1769. Very Turn up a board that has lain a 15 Th. Assumption of V. Mary. {Gala: 105 3-8, long time on the ground, and 16 Fr. 6 h ( in Apogee.

you find the soil mellower and

richer than when it was put 17 Sa. in 8.

warm there. A mulch of any kind is 18 F 9th Sunday after Trinity. good for the soil. Scrape up 19 Mo. 6 °C and muggy, the waste stuff along the road, 20 Tu. 19th. Michael C. Kerr, Speaker u. 8. H. and add all you can to the lots. of Representatives, died, 1876.

Now is the time to dig ditches, 21 W. Very low tides. with

to clear up along the walls, to 22 Th. 6 HC. ( runs high. kill weeds and stop them from 23 Fr. frequent and heavy going to seed. If the land is 24 Sa. St. Bartholomew. showers. moist, sow grass-seed and lay 25 F 10th Sunday after Crinity: take, and get a fine growth by the

down smoothly. The grass will aged 76, 1877. 30th. Rph! time the frost comes hard enough 27 Tu. 6 (.

semmes, com. Conf. stmr to kill it. It is hot, to be sure,

"Alabama," died, 1877. 28 W. St. Augustine. ó (.

but corn likes the hot sun. We 29 Th. Behead. of St. John Baptist. 68 c. need the heat to ripen the fruits, 30 Fr. 29th. (in Per. {23shande, 178.

Cut up the green corn and

the millet for cows and young 31 Sa. Very high tides. Fine. stock – a little every day.

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1878.

SEPTEMBER, Ninth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

O's Declination.

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

8N.10 7 5 57 13 3 40 19 1 21 25 0 59 7 48 8 ő 34 14 3 17 20 0 58 26 1 23 7 26 9 6 12 15 2 54 21 0 34 27 1 46 7 4 10 4 49 16 2 81 22 ON.11 28

9 6 42 11 4 26 17 2 8 23 OS.12 29 2 33 6 19 12 4 3 18 1 44 24 0 36 30 2 56

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) First Quarter, 3d day, 3h. 41m., evening, E.
O Full Moon, 11th day, 11h. 5m., morning, W.
( Last Quarter, 19th day, 1h. 46m., evening, W.
New Moon, 26th day, 9h. 26m., morning, E.

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h. m. 244 1 S. 5 256 34 13 92 7 0 4 24 24 sec. 8 38| 3 53 245 2 M. 5 26 6 33 13 72 9 0 5

31 sec. 9 19 4 51 246 3 Tu. 5 27 6 31 13 4/2 12 11 6 44|thi. 10 10 5 49 247| 4 W.15 286 29 13 12 15 11 7 5 thi. 11 8 6 47 245

5 Th. 5 29 6 27 12 58 2 181 11 8 64 kn. morn. 7 43 249 6 Fr. 15 30 6 26 12 56 2 201 21 9 8 kn. 0 12 8 36 250 7 Sa. 15 31 6 24 12 53 2 23 2 10 81 9 legs 1 18 9 25 251 8 S. 5 326 22 12 50 2 26 2 11 93 94 legs 2 24 10 10 252 9 M. 5 336 21 12 48 2 28 312 104 104 legs 3 30 10 53 25310 Tu.5 34 6 19 12 45 2 31 3 13 11 114 feet 4 31 11 33 25411 W. 5 35 6 17 12 42 2 34 40 113 114 feet rises morn. 255 12 Th.5 366 15 12 392 37 4 15 0 h'd 6 201 0 13 256 13 Fr. 5 37 6 14 12 37 2 39416 04 0gh'd 6 401 0 52 257 14 Sa. 15 38 6 12 12 34 2 42 517 1

7 2 1 33 258/15 S. 5 396 10 12 312 45 518

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7 58 3 0 260 17 Tu. 5 416 6 12 25 2 51 620 233 arm 8 36 3 48 26118 W. 5 436 5 12 222 541 621 33 arm 9 25 4 39 262 19 Th.5 44 6 3 12 19 2 57 622

4.1 arm 10 22 5 33 263 20 Fr. 5 456 112 16 3 07/23 53 br. 11 28 6 28 264/21 Sa. 15 466 0 12 143 21 7/24 6 br. morn. 7 24 265 22 S. 5 47 5 58 12 11 3 5 725 7* h’rt 0 42 8 20 266 23 M. 15 48 5 56 12 8 3 8 826 87 8j h’rt 1 58 9 13 267 24 Tu. 5 495 54 12 5 3 11 8 27 91 92 bel. 3 15 10 6 268 25 W. 5 50 5 52 12 23 14 8 28 10 104 bel. 4 34 10 58 269 26 Th.5 51 5 51 12 03 16 9 * 108 111 rei. sets 11 50 27027 Fr. 15 525 49 11 57 3 19 9| 1111 rei. | 6 2 0 44 271 28 Sa. 15 53 5 47 11 543 22 9 2 0 02 sec. 6 34 1 40 272 29 S. 5 545 45 11 513 25 10 3 1 11 sec. 7 15 2 39 273|30|M. 5 56 5 43 11 473 29|10| 4| 2 27thi. 8 3 3 39

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SEPTEMBER hath 30 days.

1878.

END.

O happy day, returned once more,

With golden plenty still replete!
As though she never gave before –
Earth
pours
her treasures at our feet.

Miss H. M. KIMBALL.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar, 1 F (lith Sunday after Trinity. The lowlands are now dry, 2 Mo.Length of night 10h. 53m. and it is a good plan to make a 3 Tu. State election in Vermont Clear

few drains, and to put them

where they will do the most 4W. I runs low.

and

good. We have time now on 5 Th. {DOG DAYS

charmingly our hands, and it is best to spend 6 Fr. Low tides.

fine, it in fixing up the old farm. 7 Sa.& 88.64 0. but

There are all sorts of odd jobs

that stare us in the face. The 8 F 12th s. af. T. Nativ, of : Mary, old stone wall ought to be relaid, 9 Mo. State election in Maine. dull and there's many a stone in the 10 Tu. 6 % 0 inf. High tides. mowing-lot that ought to be dug 11 W. $3d. Thiers, celebrated French statesman, out. It will pay good interest

died, aged 86, 1877.
12 Th. o hr. 6 Hf.

and
on the cost to get them out of

Isn't there a roof that 13 Fr. ( in Apogee. dreary will soon begin to leak, if it is 14 Sa. {Nemestrile Formowanega nepremaganda, has not fixed? The brush by the 15 F 13th Sun. aft. Tr. called Sept. roadside and along the fences 16 Mo. 15th. Gold 1033, 1877.

days being can be cut without much work,

dropped. 17 Tu. 15th. 6 °C. 25th. C.

and it pays to clean it ont. No

need to be idle when there is so 18W.68 0. 25th. 6 $ (. much to do. A neat home 19 Th. o iu Perih. ( runs high. strikes the eye and gives it the 20 Fr. Very low tides. days 109

look of thrift and comfort. There

is no place on earth where a man 21 Sa. 8 in 8. St. Matthew.

can be more happy than on a 22 F 14th Sun, aft. Tr. 8 h O. farm, and all it needs is the will 23 Mo.22d. O ent. A. AUTUMN BEG. to do it, and that he must answer |24|Tu.| H (. {Daugand nights nearly for. It is time to get ready to set 25 W. 6 $ 9.8g.e.

W. 8 in Per. out bulbs about the house, in the

garden, and in pots for winter. 26 Th. d (. ( in Perigee.

The snowdrop, the crocus, the 27 Fr. Gen. Braxton F. Bragg died, aged 61, 1877. scilla, the tulip, the lily of the 28 Sa. Very high tides. drawing valley, the anemone, and some 29 F 15th Sun. aft. Tr. St. Michael. others, are good for out of doors,

while the hyacinth is the gem 30 Mo. 6 $ 9. St. Jerome. near. I of the window. Top corn, and

get in the crops.

the way.

are

1878.

OCTOBER, Tenth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

O's Declination.

Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.
1 3 S.19 7 5 38 13 7 55 19 10 7 25 12
3 43 8

1 14 8 17 20 10 29 26 12
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15 8 39 21 10 50 27 12
4 29
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1 22 11 11 28
5 4 52 11 7 10 17 9 23 23 11 32 29 13
5 15 12 7 32 18

9 45 24 11 53 30 13

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> First Quarter, 3d day, 2h. 17m., morning, W.
O Full Moon, 11th day, 4h. 10m., morning, W.
( Last Quarter, 19th day, 2h. 25m., morning, E.
New Moon, 25th day, 6h. 14m., evening, W.

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