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1879.

FEBRUARY, Second Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.

17 S. 3 7 15 16 13 13 18 19 11 13 25 9
16 46 8 14 57 14 12 58 20 10 52 26 8 40
16 29 9 14 38 15 12 37 21 10 30 27 8 17

16 11 10 14 18 16 12 17 22 10 81 28 7 54 5 16 53 11 13 58 17 11 56 23 9 46

15 34 12 13 39 18 |11 35 24 9 24
O Full Moon, 6th day, 8h. 10m., evening, E.
(Last Quarter, 13th day, 1h. 22m., evening, W.
New Moon, 20th day, 10h. 31m., evening, W.
Length Day's

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h. 32 1 Sa. 17 1415 14 10 00 57|14|10|61| 7 arm 2 527 48 33 2S. 7 13 5 15 10 20 59 14 11 71 8 arm 3 52 8 42 34 3 M. 7 12 5 17 10 51 2 14 12 819 br. 4 47 9 37 35 4 Tu.7 11 5 18 10 71 414 13 91 9şbr. 5 35 10 33 136

5 W. 7 10 5 19 10 91 6 14 14 10 101 br. 6 15 11 27 37 6 Th.7 95 21 10 12 1 9 14 0 11 112 h'rt rises morn. 38

7 Fr. 7 8 5 22 10 14 1 11 14 16 113 — b'rt 6 24 0 20 39 8 Sa. 7 6 5 23 10 17 1 14 14 17 0 0 bel. 7 40 1 11 140

9 s. 7 55 25 10 20 1 17 14 18 03 1° bel. 8 55 2 0 41 10M. 74/5 26 10 22 1 19 14 19 11 2 rei. 10 11 2 50 42 11 Tu.7 2 5 27 10 251 22 14 20 24 2 rei. 11 28 3 42 43 12 W. 7 15 29 10 281 25 14 21 31 34 sec. morn. 4 35 44 13 Th.7 05 30 10 301 27 14 22 44 sec. 0.44 5 31 145 14 Fr. 6 595 31 10 32 1 29 14 23 54 57thi. 1 59 6 29 46 15 Sa. 6 57 5 32 10 35 1 32 14/24 61 7 thi. 3 7 7 28 147 16 S. 6 565 34 10 38 1 35 14 25 7 8 kn. 4 4 8 27 48 17M. 6 555 35 10 401 37 14 26 81 91 kn. 4 51 9 23 49 18 Tu. 6 53 5 36 10 43 1 40 14 27 9110 legs 5 29/10 16 50 196.6 52 5 38 10 46 1 43 1428 101 11 legs 5 5411 5 51 20 Th. 6 50 5 39 10 49 1 46 14 0111111 legs sets 11 50 52 21 Fr. 6 495 40 10 511 48 14 1 0 feet 6 281 0 33 53 22 Sa. 6 475 41 10 54 1 51 14 2 04 03 feet 7 30. 1 14 54 23 S. 6 46,5 43 10 571 54 14 31 1

8 31) 1 55 55 24 M. 6 44 5 4411 0 1 57 13 4 13 11 h'd 9 33 2 35 56 | 25 Tu. 6 42 5 45 11 32 0113 5 2 27h'd 10 35 3 17 57 26 W. 6 41 5 46 11 52 213 6 24 3 n'k 11 37 4 1 58 27 Th.6 395 47 11 8 2 513 7 31 31 n'k morn. 4 48 59 28 Fr. 6 38 5 49 11 11 2 8 13 81 4 41 arm 0 40 5 38

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Thanks to the human heart by which we live,

Thanks to its tenderness, its joys, and fears, -
To me the meanest flower that blows can give
Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears.

WORDSWORTH.

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is none,

EMERSON.

D. W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Sa. (V.1. ti. Geo, Cruikshank, cel. carica

Day by day brings with it the 2. E 4th Sun. aft. Epip. Cand. Day. round of chores that do so much 3 Mo.20. ( runs high. Thawing. Many a mouth waits for our

to sweeten life on the farm. 4 Tu. X in Aphel. 24. Puri

. of V. Mary. coming, and the sound of the 5 W. Length of night 13h. 50m. footstep is welcome. But we 6 Th. 7th. Pope Pius IX. died, aged 85, 1878. must keep up with the world, 7 Fr. HC.

Dull weather.

and the best way to do it is to

take some time to read and study. 8 Sa. 1646. 9th. High tides. Now is the time, if ever. Get 9 E Septua. Sun. ( in Peri. books that excite thought. To 10 Mo. Queen Victoria married, 1840.

read for mere diversion of the 11 Tu. Gideconales Secretary of Navy under mind is not enough. Little men12 W.

tal growth can come of that. Snow may be expected We ought to cherish a sort of 13 Th.

about this time. reverence for good books; they 14 Fr. St. Valentine. Gold 1027, 1878. give us the richest of all lega15 Sa. (ru.low. 16th. Low tides. cies, the spiritual life of past

ages, 16 E Sexagesima Sun. Ó thoughts of the greatest minds

very

the society, the 17 Mo.

senate, to coin and make legal tender that ever lived. It is a sad mis18 Tu. silver dollars of 412) grains, 1878, take of any man, no

matter 19 W.16 8 4 Grows warmer. what his work in life may be, to 20 Th. 6 20, 6 6, 8 O. fail to cherish and cultivate a

love for books. He loses by far 21 Fr. High tides.

Windy. Ith

the greatest charm which the 22 Sa. 169 (. WASHINGTON BORN, 1732. world can ever give, and no 23 E Quin. or Shr. Sun. 8 h C. amount of small talk can make 24 Mo.St. Matthias.

Cold up for it.

We can often get a 25 Tu. Shrove Tuesday. ( in Apogee. simple hint from a book that 26 W. Ash Wednesday. 6

will put many a dollar in the

pocket, but the chief end is 27 Th.

and disagreeable mental growth. A mild day, 28 Fr.

weather. now and then, will give us a

chance to clean and air the cellar, to paint and fix up the tools, to cut and moisten the coarser food for cattle, and to look after the woodpile. Do not neglect the farmer's club. We must do our part for society as well as for ourselves.

11879.

MARCH, Third Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days. d. m.

7 8.32 7 5 13 13 2 52 19 0 30 25 1 52
7 9 8 4 50 14 2 29 20 OS. 6 26 2 16
6 46

4 26 15 2 5 21 ON.17 27 2 39 6 23 10 4 3 16 1 41 22 0 41 28 3 2 6 0 11 3 39 17 1 17 23 1 5 29 3 26 5 37 12 3 16 18 0 54 24 1 28 30 3 49

O's Declination.

First Quarter, 1st day, 2h. 26m., morning, W.
O Full Moon, 8th day, 7h. 38m., morning, W.
( Last Quarter, 14th day, 10h. 9m., evening, E.
• New Moon, 220 day, 3h. 32m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 30th day, 7h. 33m., evening, W.

Full Sea, D's!

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60 1 Sa. 16 36 5 50/11 14 2 11 13 91 41 54 arm 61 2 S. 6 34 5 51 11 17 2 14 12 10 57 64 arm 2 36 7 23 62 3 M. 6 33 5 52 11 19 2 16 12 11 67

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3 26 8 18 63 4 Tu. 6 31 5 54 11 23 2 20 12 12 73

4 8 9 12 64 5 W.16 29 5 55 11 26 2 23 12 13 81 97 h'rt 4 44 10 5

6 Th. 6 28 5 56 11 282 25 11 14 91 10 h'rt 5 15 10 57 66 7 Fr. 6 26 5 57 11 31 2 28 11 15 101 109 bel. 5 42 11 48

8 Sa. 6 24 5 58 11 34 2 31110 111 114 bel. rises morn. 68 95.6 23 6 0 11 372 34 11 17 o rei. | 7 49 0 39 69 10 M. 16 21 6 1 11 40 2 37 10 18 01 0 rei. 9 9 1 31 70 11 Tu. 6 19 6 2 11 43 2 40 10 19 11 11 sec. 10 29 2 26 71 12 W. 6 18 6 3 11 452 42 10 20 2 21 sec. 11 46 3 23 72 13 Th. 6 16 6 4 11 48 2 45 10 21 3 31 thi. morn. 4 22 73 14 Fr. 6 146 511 512 48 9 22 4 45thi. | 0 571 5 22 74 15 Sa. 6 136 711 54 2 51 923 5

1 59 6 22 75 16 S. 6 116 811 57 2 54 924 6

2 50 7 19 76 17M. 6 9 6 9 12 02 57 9 25 77 8 kn. 3 31 8 13 77 18 Tu. 6 7 6 10 12 3 3 0 8 26 89 legs 4 3 9 2 78 19 W. 6 66 11 12 5 3 2 827 97 94 legs 4 29 9 48 79 20 Th. 6 4 6 12 12 8 3 5 8/28 101 101 feet 4 52 10 31 80 21 Fr. 6 2 6 13 12 11 3 8 7 29 108 111 feet 5 13 11 12 81 22 Sa. 6 06 14 12 14 3 11 70 111 114 h'd sets 11 53 82 23 5,5 596 16 12 17 3 14 71 1 0 h'd 7 24 0 33 83 24 M. 5 57 6 17 12 20 3 17 6 2 071 03 h'd 8 25 1 15 84 25 Tu. 5 55 6 18 12 23 3 20 6 3 1 11 n'k | 9 27 1 58 85 26 W. 15 53 6 19 12 26 3 23 6 4 14 2 n'k 10 29 2 44 86 27 Th. 5 52 6 20 12 283 25 5 5 2 24 n'k 11 29 3 32 87 28 Fr. 5 506 21 12 313 28 5 6 2 31 arm morn. 4 22 88 29 Sa. 15 48 6 22 12 34 3 31 5 7 31 31 arm 0 25 5 14 89 30 S. 5 46 6 23 12 373 34 5 8 41

1 17 6 7 90 31 M. 5 4516 25 12 403 37 49 51 52 br. 2 2 7 0

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From the elm-tree's topmost bough,

Hark! the robin's early song,
Telling one and all that now

Merry spring-time hastes along :
Welcome tidings thou dost bring,

Little harbinger of Spring! – HARPER'S WEEKLY.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Sa. St. David. 2d. Very low tides. THE bluebird and the robin, 2 E 1st Su. in Lent. (r. high. welcome guests, come to cheer 3 Mo. 6 h. Porelim. of peace betw. Rus- us with their modest song, and

sia and Turkey signed, '78. the brooks that were bound in ice 4 Tu. 6 X o superior.

run leaping and sparkling with 5 W. Boston Massacre, 1768. Cold new life. Every living thing 6 Th. 20. Benj. F. Wade died, aged 77, 1878. seems to be glad. No want of 7 Fr. 6 HC. and damp.

work now. There are the tools 8 Sa. th. Oliver Ames, well-known manufac- to fix up, the wood to be chopped,

the harness to clean, the fences 9 E 20 Sun. in Lent. ( in Per. to mend, and the stock to be fed. 10 Mo. Length of night 12h. 18m. The cows are to come in soon, 11 Tu.

and need more care. Feed light

ly two or three weeks before the 12 W. Very high tides.

time comes, and give them a 13 Th.

Easterly winds. warm pen where there are no 14 Fr. ( rups low.

cold drafts. The best cows are 15 Sa. 6 h $. Gold 1017 B. Fair. most apt to have trouble with 16 E 30 Sunday in Lent.

the bag at this feverish time,

and some farmers wash it in cold 17 Mo. St. Patrick. Low tides.

water, and keep the calf on to 18 Tu. Days and nights

17th. 6 § (. bunt it down as they say. This nearly equal. 19 W. 20th. 6 H (.

Variable. is all wrong. If the bag is swol20 Th. O ent. 90. SPRING BEGINS.

len, sore, and inflamed, bathe it 21 Fr. St. Benedict. 20th. & in Perih. every two hours in hot soap

suds, rubbing it long and gently, 22 Sa. William, Emperor of Germany, born, 1797. and drying it with woollen rags 23 E 4th Sun. in Lent. 6 h C. each time. Never touch cold 24 Mo. 6 $ ( High tides.

water to a caked udder; you run 25 Tu. Annuncia. or Lady Day.. 6 C. Hot soap-suds well followed up,

the risk of loss of the glands. 26 W. 16 h 0. 25th. ( in Apo. and patient rubbing, will soon 27 Th. 325th. First day of year in Old Style;

bring it all right. Feed no meal 28 Fr. Wade de catred, Betw. Russia Signs or feverish food for a week or 29 Sa. 8 gr. elong. E. (ru. high.

Just after calving, a pail of

warm water, with a pint of rye 30 E 5th Su. in Lent. Passion Sun. meal stirred in, may be given 31 Mo. Very low tides. of rain. three or four times a day.

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1879.

APRIL, Fourth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

O's Declination.

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

4N.36 7 6 53 13 9 6 19 11 13 25 13 14 4 59 8 7 15 14 9 27 20 11 34 26 13 33 5 22 9 7 37 15 9 49 21 11 54 27 13 53 5 45 10 8 0 16 10 10 22 12 14 28 14 12 6 7 11 8 22 17 10 31 23 12 34 29 14 30 6 30 12 8 44 18 10 52 24 12 54 30 14 49

O Full Moon, 6th day, 4h. 53m., evening, E.
(Last Quarter, 13th day, 8h. 38m., morning, W.

New Moon, 21st day, 8h. 24m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 30th day, 8h. 44in., morning, E.

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24 Th.5 66 51 13 45 4 42 2 3 1 11 arm 10 19 2 18 115/25 Fr. 5 46 52 13 48 4 45 2 4 18 2 arm 11 12 3 9 11626 Sa. 5 36 54 13 51 4 48 25 24 23 br. 11 58 4 1 11727 S. 5 1 6 55 13 544 51 2 6 3 31 br. morn. 4 53 11828 M. 5 06 56 13 564 53 3 7 3

0 36 5 44 11929 Tu. 4 596 57 13 58 4 55 3 8 454 h'rt 1 10 6 33 120 30 W. 4 576 58 14 14 58 3 9 53 61 h'rt | 1 39 7 22

41 br.

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