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When beechen buds begin to swell,

And woods the bluebird's warble know,
The yellow violet's modest bell

Peeps from the last year's leaves below.

BRYANT.

D. M.

D.W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

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1 Th. Bismarck born, 1815.

Dull THE work now begins to press.
2 Fr. Thos. Jefferson born, 1743.
Poid asa. . in Aphelion. lowering: mellow soil and turn it up to drs
C Low Sunday. Low tides. plough wet land. It will do it

. of use to
5 Mo. {thi Meandere om, omal Bonaparte here. more harm than good. Sow clo-
6 Tu. gth. 6 4.

Fair.ver-seed on lands laid down last Cool 7W. 16°C, 6h 0 . { State.election fall. It is a good plan to do it

on a light fall of snow, which Con -8 Th. 6 8 (, ó 4 ( High tid.

we are apt to have near the first 9 Fr. 6 h (, $ in 8.

of this month. It guides the eye Sale 10 Sa. Length of night 10h. 50m. so that we can sow it even, and

11 C 20 Sun. aft. East. 6Vc. the snow helps it work into the
12 Mo. {Gremy Rich'd Raylor, son of ex president soil. Fifteen pounds to the acre

Taylor and Reb. gen., d., aged 53, 1879. is none too much, say ten pounds
13 Tu. Alternating shower of red, and five pounds of the al-
14 W. ( runs high. (in Apo. sike or Swedish clover. Early
15 Th. 6 , ó( 694. pease, potatoes, onions, and
to Fr. 315th. Abraham Lincoln

and

some other garden seeds ought

to go into the ground now. A 427 Sa. i8th. Very low tides. Sun- good garden is the gem of the

18 C 30 Sunday after Easter. farm. We must give it more

19 Mo. 8 in Aph. Are Here betinybat time and care, for it pays better Rental 120 Tu. W i8th. & $ 4. than any other part of the farm. 21 W. { Greed Mohn A. Dix died,

shine
Why not make all our farming

like the garden? We
22 Th. with westerly winds, spread our work and our time
23 Fr. St. George. Shakspeare died, 1616. over too much land, and get
2Sa. changing to the east small crops where we might
25 C 4th Sun, af. 8. St. Mark.

just as well get large ones. We

ought to get sixty bushels of corn 20 Mo. 8 gr. elong. W. (in Per. where we now get forty; and 27 Tu. Very high tides. with we can do it, if we will take a 28 W. 27th. (runs low. rain, fog, little more pains. Let us work 29 Th.

and cold. up to that, and then we shall try
30 Fr.

Aim high, and
Clearing weather. try to come as near the mark as

to go beyond it.
you can. Get out the rocks.

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Come to my festival! come to iny festival !

This is the first day of May;
The sun is rejoicing alone in heaven,

The clouds have all hurried away.

J. G. PERCIVAL.

D. M.

D.W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

Rajin

British, 1780

1 Sa. St. Philip and St. James. 6 hp It is but once a year that the -2 C Bogation Sun. 1st. 7 . spring comes, and we must make 3 Mo. Signs of a storm. round now we can't have much

the most of it. If we don't fly 14 Tu. Low tides. Changeable. to do in the fall. So let us be 5W. 164 6. Napoleon Bonaparte died,

up early and down late. To 6 Th. Ascension Day or Holy Th. 6 $ h. plough, to plant, and to hoe, may Ecol. #Fr. 6 h , ó 8 (, 8C not be the chief end of man, but

it was the first great work that 8 Sa. 6 ( 9th. Schiller died, 1805.

was given him to do; and that 9 Sunday after Ascension.

he might keep it in mind for all 10 Mo. High tides. Grows finer. time, he had a pledge that the 11 Tu. (runs high. (in Apogee. seed-time should never fail. As 12 W. Length of night 9h. 29m. Now is just the time to put in a

so shall you reap. 13 Th. $12th. Charleston capture@by the

field-crop of beets. They start 14 Fr. 18 T c. Keeper lookout slow, and want time to get under 15 Sa.

for frosty nights. way. I like to sow then by the 16 C Whit-Sunday. Pentecost

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10th, on clean land, free from

weeds, in straight rows, two feet 17 Mo. 18th. 6 G Co.

and a half apart, so as to be able Rain | 18 Tu. Very low tides. 68. to run the horse-hoe through 6 $

Pleasant now and then. It helps kill the 20 Th.

weeds and let in the air. The

season, 21 Fr. 3234.. Irish Rebellion,

but

swede can go till the end of next

month, but not the mangold. 22 Sa. 25th. R. I. legislature

grows Keep an eye on the fruit-trees. Rain 23 c Trinity Sunday. cooler. Now is the time when the worms 24 Mo. (in Perigee. Rorer, 181st

are on the look-out for a break

fast. Corn can go in at the end of 25 Tu. ONO, ( runs low.

the month on warm land. Let. 26 W. Very high tides.

us make more of the corn crop. 27 Th. Corpus Christi. John Calvin died, 1564. It is the pride of the country, Rand 28 Fr. Perhaps a storm. and we ought to learn to grow

The 29 Sa. in 8. {Sigel um pouzey Davy died, it so as to make it pay. 39 C 1st Sunday aftør Trinity. A few hours a day at first, and

cows ought to go to grass now. 31 Mo. 30th. DECORATION Day. that before there is a full bite.

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First Quarter, 15th day, 5h. 7m., cvening, E.
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( Last Quarter, 29th day, 5h. 13m., morning, E.

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They come! the merry summer months of beauty, song, and flowers;
They come! the gladsome months that bring thick leafiness to bowers.
Up, up, my heart! and walk abroad; fling carp and care aside;
Seek silent hills, or rest thyself where peaceful waters glide.

W. MOTHERWELL,

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

1 Tu. Nicomede, 2d. Low tides.
2 W. $ O sup., 62 c cool rate mulch for all skrubstanta
3 Th. 24. in Perihel., 6 h Rod and keep off a drought. Old

trees. They make the land rich 4Fr. 6c* Growing weather. salt hay is good too, and it is 5 Sa. 1st. Prince Imperial, only son of Napo

leon III., killed in 8. Af., by Zulus, 79. worth while to use all sorts of 6 C 20 Sun. af. Trin. 6! ( orts you may have left over in 7Mo. (runs high. (in Apog. the barn. The small fruits are

the gems of the farm. Don't #Tu.. CON Expect a storm fail to grow them the best you

9 W. High tides. Charles Dickens died, know how. They go far to build 10 Th.

about this time. up the health, and save the bills |11 Fr. St. Barnabas. 6 i (.

for drugs. They don't cost
Sa.
Becomes very fine.

much, not half so much as they

are worth; and I can't see why C 30 Sunday after Trinity. you don't have more of them. 14|Mo. | 0 H ( .

Dull with rain. Put in corn now, and squashes, 15 Tu. Very low tides. Marante charts and melons. It is a good plan 16 W. g in Aphelion.

King John, to have a lot of sweet corn, and

if you plant some once a week, 17 Th. 1 Battle of Bunker

Clearing.

you can have it on the table for 18 Fr. S Battle of Waterloo, Longest days in

{ the year. a long time, and it's one of the 19 Sa. 20th. O ent... SUMMER BEGINS. best things you can have. Some | 220 C 2th Sunday after Trinity. and

it isn't best to wait too long

fields of grass are fit to cut now, 91 Mo. Pin 8, (ru. lo., (in Per. Don't wait as some do to let it 22 Tu.eclipsed ; invis. in U.S. thicken up. Two fair crops of 23 W. Length of night 8h. 45m. sweet, fresh grass, are worth 24 Th. St. John Baptist.

Cool. more than one great crop of 25 Fr. 24th. Very high tides.

woody hay. The fight with

weeds must go on to the end of 26 Sa. 20th. Accession of Queen Victoria, 1837. time. They edge themselves in 27 C 5th Sunday after Trinity. if you give them a chance, and 28 Mo.

Warm weather it is best to nip them in the bud. 29 Tu. St. Peter.

It is a sad sight to see the trees 30W.676. hot be expected. stripped of their leaves by the

Why don't you stop them? Allit wants is a little time.

or Buns high on high Trays lool sono moyo 1440777 Brex bis

1215.

Hill, 1775.

1815.

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