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14th. Gold 1009,

Aspects, _Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Mo.

Very sultry. I LIKE to sow grass-seed in 2 Tu. 3d. Treaty of peace betw. Great Britain dog-days, if the land is moist

and the U. S. signed at Paris, 1783. 3 W. hc.

Cooler.

enough; it has time then to start 4 Th. Napoleon deposed, and republic pro- the cold comes to close the

and get a good root by the time 5 Fr. 6 W ( Dog-DAYS END. ground. It will stand the win6 Sa. ó (. ( in Apogee.

ter better than if it is sown 7 E 13th Sunday after Trinity. in Taying down land; a smooth

later. You can't be too careful 8 Mo. Nativ. V. Mary. ( rups high. and mellow surface is needed. 9 Tu. 8 gr. elong. W. {tih Meine. The seeds of grasses are very 10 W. Very low tides. Dull. small: they must have a good 11 Th. Length of night 11h. 18m. seed-bed, or they will not grow. 12 Fr. 8 in Perihel. {116hs.

A light top-dressing, sown on

after the seed, is worth more 13 Sa. 14th. 6 ( 68 (. than it costs; it gives a quick 14 E 14th Sun. aft. Tr. 6 §. and strong start, and helps the 15 Mo. {, Neste strane rodice scope

one young grass-plants to keep ahead 16 Tu. (. was called Sept. 14, eleven of the weeds. A roller is one of

the best tools on the farm for 17 W. 18th. ( in Perigee. Fair. laying down to grass; it leaves 18 Th. Very high tides. Cool a smooth and even top, and 19 Fr. ŞTerrible epidemic of yellow fever in the presses down the seed so as to 20 Sa.

for the season.

make it sprout well. It is time, 21 E 13th Su. aft. Tr. St. Matthew. and wheat do well here, and they

too, to sow winter grains. Rye 22 Mo. ( rups low. { Dageland nights

pay as well as most crops. Fall 23 Tu. O ent... AUTUMN BEGINS. ploughing is in order now. All 24 W. Low tides. Warmer. stiff or strong soils are better for 25 Th. | 23d 3 o o inf.

early ploughing in the fall. The

sod will rot and grow finer than 26 Fr. 689, Very pleasant it will if turned over in spring, 27 Sa. 16 26.

weather. and the weathering of winter is 28 E 16th Sunday after Trinity. good for it. Pick out and mark

the earliest and best ears of corn 29 Mo. St. Michael and All Angels.

for seed while it still stands in 30 Tu. St. Jerome. 6 h. Rain. the field. It is a fine time to cut

timber for posts and rails.

1879.

OCTOBER, Tenth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

O's Declination.

Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. 1 3 S.14 7

5 33 13 7 49 19 10 2 25 12 9 2 3 37 8 5 56 14 8 12 20 10 24 26 12 30 4 0

6 19 15 8 34 21 10 45 27 12 50 4 24 10 6 41 16 8 56 22 11 6 28 13 10 5 4 47 11 7 4 17 9 18 23 11 27 29 13 30

5 10 12 7 27 18 9 40 24 11 48 30 13 50

Riges. Sets. h. m.lh.

Length Day's of Days. Decre.

m. Th. m.

Sun
Fast.
Moon's
Age.

Full Sea,

Boston.
Morn Even

Place.
h. h.

0 h'd

Rises. h. m.

m. h.

m.

11 n'k

( Last Quarter, 8th day, 8h. 11m., morning, W.
@ New Moon, 15th day, 9h. 37m., morning, E.
»First Quarter, 22d day, Oh. 47m., morning, W.
O Full Moon, 29th day, 8h. 38m., evening, E.

D's
D D

Souths.

h. m 2741 1/W.15 5615 42 11 46 3 30/10 15

5 52 0 16 275 2 Th.5 57 5 40 11 43 3 33 11 16 03 0f n'k

6 19 0 59 276 3 Fr. 5 59 5 39(11 4013 36 11 17 1

6 50 1 44 277 4 Sa. 6 05 37 11 37 3 39 11 18 14 14 n’k 7 27 2 31 278 5 S.6 15 35 11 34 3 42 12 19 21 2į arm 8 11 3 20 279 6 M. 6 25 34 11 323 44 12 20 3

34 arm 9 2 4 10 230 7 Tu. 6 315 32 11 29 3 47 12 21 38 4 br. 9 59 5 1 281 8 W.16 415 30 11 26 3 50 12 22 41 5 br. 11 2 5 51 282 9 Th.6 55 29 11 24 3 52 13 23

6 br. morn.

6 41 283 10 Fr. 6 6 5 27 11 21 3 55 1324 67 7 h'rt 0 8 7 30 284 11 Sa. 6 8 5 25 11 17 3 59 13 25 8 h’rt 1 17 8 19 285 12 S. 695 23 11 14 4 2 13 26 81 82 bel. 2 28 97 28613 M. 6 10 5 22 11 12 4 4 14 27 91 91 bel. 3 41 9 56 287 14 Tu. 6 11 5 20 11 94 7 14 28 91 107 rei. 4 56 10 47 288|15 W. 6 12 5 19 11 74 914 100 111 rei. 6 18 11 41 289 16 Th. 6 13 5 17 11 4 4 12 14 1111

sets 0 38 290 17 Fr. 6 15 5 16 11 14 15 15 21 0 01 sec. 6 17 1 39 291 18 Sa. 6 16 5 14 10 58 4 18 15 3 1

7 12 2 43 292 19 S. 6 175 12 10 554 21 15 4 18 24thi. 8 15 3 46 29320 M. 6 18 5 11 10 53 4 23 15 5 23 31 kn. 9 25 4 47 29421 Tu. 6 19 5 910 50 4 26 15 6 32 41 kn. (10 37 5 44 295 22 W. 6 21 5 8 10 47 4 29 15 7 43 54 legs 11 47 6 36 296 23 Th.6 22 5 6 10 444 32 16 8 6 64 legs morn. 7 23 297 24 Fr. 6 235 510 42 4 34 16 9 7 73 feet 0 55 8 8 298 25 Sa. 6 24 5 310 39 4 37 16 10 8 84 feet| 2 0 8 51 299 26 S. 6 25 5 2 10 374 39 16 11 894 feet 3 3 9 32 300 27 M. 6 27 5 1 10 34 4 42 16 12 9110 h'd 4 510 14 30128 Tu. 6 28 4 59 10 31 4 45 16 13 101 102 h'd 5 710 57 302 29 W.16 29 4 58 10 29 4 47 16 0 11 114 n’k 6 9 11 41 303 30 Th.6 30 4 56 10 26 4 50 16 15 111 n'k rises morn. 304 31 Fr. 16 32 4 55 10 23 4 53 16 16 0 07 n'k 5 27 0 27

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1 W. High tides. Clearing The corn is to be got the 2 Th. weather, and becomes potatoes to be dug, the apples to 3 Fr. 6 V (. very fine. to be done to get ready for win

be picked, and a thousand things 4 Sa.. ( ( in Apogee.

ter. But the days are cool, and 5 E 17th Su. af. Tr. 8 h 0. there is no time of the year 6 Mo. (ru. high. 5th. 6 sup. when we feel so much like work. 7 Tu. $5th. Chief Joseph and his band of Nez Winter grain may still be sown,

Perces Indians surrender to Gen. Miles and fall ploughing is still in or8W. Very low tides.

fight, 1877. der. Both oxen and horses can 9 Th.

Expect a storm work better now than at any 10 Fr. Length of night 12h. 41m. other time; and so it costs less 11 Sa.

about this time. than it will in the spring, to say 12 E 18th Sunday after Trinity. It is the best time, too, to hurry

nothing of the saving of time. 13 Mo.6 C. 12th d H (. up the fattening of all kinds of 14 Tu.

Cool but fine. stock. Animals take on fat faster 15 W. Gold 103, 1877.

now than in cold weather, while 16 Th. 6 $ . ( in Perigee.

the flies trouble them less than

they did a month or two ago. 17 Fr. Very high tides.

The roots keep on growing; but 18 Sa. St. Luke, Evangelist.

if there are any weeds, don't fail 19 E | 19th Sunday after Trinity. to pull them to stop them from 20 Mo. 19th. ( runs low.

going to seed. The growth of 21 Tu. ŞAmerica discovered by Columbus, 1492. the year in forest and fruit trees

is about finished, and so it is a 22W. Dull and disagreeable good time to cut timber. It will 23 Th.

weather, with rain last longer and dry better cut 24 Fr. 6210

and wind, now than at any other time. 25 Sa. St, Crispin. Low tides.

Loam and muck may be hauled

into the yard to use as a com26 E 20th Sunday after Trinity. post. It is rather late to sow 27 Mo. 26th. 8 in Aphelion. grass-seed and winter grains, 28 Tu. St. Simon and St. Jude. 6 hc. and if we failed to get it in last

month, better wait till the end of 29 W. 31st . High tides.

next, and sow it just before the 30 Th. 6 C. & at gr. brill.

ground freezes. It is better to 31 Fr. All Hal. Eve. 6 i (. (in Ap.) sow then than to wait till spring.

(October 12, 0. S.)

1879.

NOVEMBER, Eleventh Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

O's Declination,

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

1 14 S.29 7 16 20 13 18 19 19 31 25 20 48 2 14 48 8 16 37 14 18 17 20 1944 26 20 59

15 7 9 16 55 15 18 32 21 1958 27 21 10 15 26 10 17 12 16 18 47 22 20 11 28 21 21 15 44 11 17 28 17 19 2 23 20 23 29 21 31 16 2 12 17 45 18 19 16 24 20 36 30 21 41

( Last Quarter, 7th day, Oh. 23m., morning, E.

New Moon, 13th day, 7h. 7m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 20th day, 1h. 23m., evening, E.

Full Moon, 28th day, 3h. 26m., evening, E.

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3 5 13 16 24 53 64 bel. 0 10 6 57 3139S. 6 434 44 10 1 5 15 16.25 71 bel. 1 19 7 44 314 10 M. 6 444 439 59 5 17 16 26 78 8 rei. 2 30 8 32 315 11 Tu.6 46 4 42 9 56 5 2016 27| 8 9 rei. 3 45 9 23 316 12 W. 6 47 4 41

9 54 5 22 16 28 91 92 sec. 5 2 10 19 317 13 Th. 6 48 4 40 9 525 24 16 101 101 sec. 6 23 11 18 318 14 Fr. 6 50 4 39 9 49 5 27 15 1111 112 thi. sets 0 22 319 15 Sa. 6 51 4 38 9 47 5 29 15 2 0 thi. 5 57 1 28 320 16 S. 6 52 4 37 9 45 5 31 15 3 08 1 kn. 7 8 2 32 321 17 M. 6 53 4 36 9 43 5 33 15 4 13 2 kn. 8 21 3 33 322 18 Tu. 6 54 4 35 9 41 5 35 15 5 21 3 legs 9 34 4 29 323 19 W. 6 56 4 35 9 39 5 37 14 6 4 legs 10 44 5 19 324 20 Th. 6 57 4 34 9 37 5 39 14 7

42 legs 11 52 6 6 32521 Fr. 6 58 4 33 9 35 5 41 14 8 feet morn.) 6 50 326 22 Sa. 7 04 33 9 33 5 43 14 9

feet 0 57 7 32 327 23 S.7 14 32 9 31 5 45 13 10 h'd

1 58 8 13 328 24 M. 17 2 4 31 9 29 5 47 13 11 8

2 59 8 55 329 25 Tu.7 34 31 9 28 5 48 13 12 9

4 1 9 39 330 26 W.7 44 30 9 265 50 13 13 99 104 n'k 5 3 10 24 331 27 Th. 7 6 4 30 9 24 5 52 1214 105 104 nok 6 4 11 12 332 28 Fr. 7 74 29 9 22 5 54 12 011 11, arm 74 morn. 333 29 Sa. 7 8 4 29 9 21 5 55 12 16 113

arm rises

0 1 334 30 S.7 9 4 29 9 205 5611171 01 04 br. 5 47 0 52

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E’en in these bleak November days

There's gladness for the heart that heeds,
The marsh to me no gloom conveys,

Though the gray frost be on the weeds.

CHARLES D. SHANLY.

D. M.

D.W.

SO. P. Morton, senator

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 Sa. All Saints Day. {fim. Ind., d., 12., 54, 9.

THE roots must come in now, 2 E 21st Su. af. Tr. (ru. high. and the harvest will soon end. 3 Mo. : YO. W. C. Bryant born, 1794.

The frost will close the ground

all at once, and it will not do to 4 Tu. State election in Massachusetts.

be caught napping. Mangolds, 5 W. Length of night 13h. 50m. you know, are a little tender, 6 Th. Fine for the season. but the swedes will stand it to 7 Fr. Very low tides.

the last, though there is not

much time to lose with them. 8 Sa. 6 H (.

All kinds of stock are fond of 9 E 220 Sunday after' Trinity. roots, and they make a change, 10 Mo. 69 C.

A cold at any rate, from dry hay through 11 Tu. St. Martin.

storm. the long cold months. But the 12 W. : $ 0. {Xor:hochite d'ath, look out pumpkins are good yet, and the

cows like a few every day. They 13 Th. ( in Perigee.

are a great help now while they 14 Fr. 15th. 6 § (. 16th. Gold 1029, 1877. are changing from pasture to 15 Sa. (r.low. Very high tides. winter feed. Follow them with 16 E 230 Sunday after Trinity.

the round turnip, then with the

swede, and, last of all, the man17 Mo. Grows fire again. golds. Grape-vines and fruit18 Tu. Kars captured by Russians, 1877. trees can be trimmed now. Why 19 W.

High winds, with not try a few more small fruits ? 20 Th. $ greatest elongation E.

They can be set out now, but it

is about as well to wait till spring. 21 Fr. 64 C.

rain

Don't feed the lots too close. It 22 Sa. St. Cecilia. Low tides.

is a bad plan to let the cattle 23 E 24th Sunday after Trinity. gnaw them down to the ground; 24 Mo. o hl.

kills the grass, you know, and 25 Tu. 324th. U. 8. ship “Huron” wrecked on runs out the land. It's best to

coast of N. Cover 100 lives lost, 1877. house the cattle. It will do 26 W. O 40, 6-7 (6 (. them no good to lie out-doors 27 Th. ( in Apogee.

these cold frosty nights. Warm 28 Fr.

Quite fine again. shelter is the secret of success 29 Sa. (runs high. řigh tides. with all kinds of stock. Snug 30 E Advent Sunday. St. Andrew. downright jolly Thanksgiving.

up things, and get ready for a

or snow.

worked on me Gmbar Huron Built in Paul Curtis Shish Yard, East Boolon. the first one contigebied for out

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