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MAY hath 31 days.

1881.

I feel the balmy breeze of May
Soft blowing down the grassy way,

And in the boughs above
The little birds break into song,
And praise in thrilling strains and strong,

Spring's halcyon days of love.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

made homeless, 1880.

11 B 20 S.af.E. St. Philip and St. James. Say what you will of roots 2 Mo. 16.(ru. hi. {i heima omorened. and the root crop, I like to have 3 Tu.68 inferior.. aged 75, 1880: a good lot of them for winter

use, and my cows all seem to 4 W. (in Apogee. 6WO. think as I do. They help the ap5 Th. l { 80. N. J. laid waste by forest fires, 1880.

petite and the digestive oryans, 6 Fr. 6 8 h.

Windy. and make a change from dry hay. 7 Sa. 84. Very low tides. I would not be without them for

twice their cost. Now is the 8 B 30 Sunday after Easter.

time to put in the seed. Sow 9 Mo. 5th. Napoleon died, 1821.

the mangold and the sugar-beet 10 Tu. gth. 6 H ( 6 $ .

by the 10th, but there is no haste 11 W.628,698.

with the swede. It can wait

We ought to 12 Th. 14th. Sanford E. Church, Chief-Justice till next month.

Ct. of Appeals, N. Y., died, a. 61, '8. try and save work on the root 13 Fr.

Pleasant.

crop. It is apt to cost a great 14 Sa.

Town of Milton, Pa., burned : 3000 deal more than there is any 15 B .th Su.aft. E. (runs low. need of, and we must learn to

Choose 16 Mo. (in Per. Very high tides. save cost on the work.

clean land, and sow in straight 17 Tu. ó o Sup. 15th. 6 9. rows, use the horse-hoe, and 18 W. ş19th. Near Nashville, Tepeda motor keep down the weeds as they 19 Th. Dark Day, 1780.

start. Make sure of good seed. 20 Fr. 8 in Perihelion.

Why don't you raise your own 21 Sa. Low tides.

Rain.

seed, and so make sure of get

ting what you want. Corn may go 22 B Bogation Sunday.

in towards the end of the month. 23 Mo. 6 Ž , in .

There is not much to be gained 24 Tu. stationary. {Roer dictoria by planting too early: Straight 125 W.168C, 6h 6, 616.

rows both ways and level cult

ure save work, and make the 26 Th. Ascen. Day. Ő WC, in Per.corn cost less by the bushel. 27 Fr. oec., v. in N. E. High ti. A small lot of sweet-corn ought 28 Sa. ( runs low. 6 $ (. to go in once a week, so as to 29 B Sunday after Ascension.

make sure of a long supply for

Look out for 30M0 OHO. DECORATION Dar your own use.

the garden, and keep a sharp 31 Tu. 28th. Savoy, Tex., destroy'a by tornado.

9k. 60 w, 1880. 8let. R. I. Leg. meetı. eye on the bugs.

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( Last Quarter, 18th day, 4h. 34m., evening, W.
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JUNE hath 30 days.

1881.

We walk on holy ground; above

A sky more holy smiles ;
The chant of the beatitudes

Swells down these leafy aisles.-WHITTIER.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 W. Nicomede. ( in Apogee.

WHAT we need more than 2 Th. let. N. II. Legislature (biennial) meets.

anything else on the farm is to

look out for the forage crops. Russia, died, aged 56), 1880.

We have grass and hay, to be 4 Sa. 6 HC. 5th. 6 g h.

sure, but when the dry weather 5 B Whit-Sund. Very low ti. comes and the sun runs high, 6 Mo. S President hy Repu licans, 188.

S8th James A. Garfield nominated for the grass is apt to dry up, and 7 Tu. John Brougham, actor and author, we must do all we can to help died. aged 70), 1880.

it out, and give some kind of 8 W. 9ih. Tornado in lowa, 20 killed, 1830.

feed to go with it. There is no 9 Th. ? at gr. brilliancy. crop for this use equal to green 10 Fr. Silth. Collisi.com...Si Senad, bot mo timers corn, if it is grown as it should 11 Sa. St. Barnabas. ( ru. low. lost, w. be, not too thick, with air and 12 B Trinity Sun. (ecl., vis.

sunlight to ripen it as it ought

to be. We are apt to cut it too 13 Mo. c in Per. 12th. Very hi. ti. soon, and use it when it is not 14 Tu. 13th. Ex-senator James A. Bayard

worth half as much as it is in 15 W. Methio pined. Conoress 19th. We the bloom. Sown in drills three 16 Th. Corpus Christi. 216. C.

feet apart, not more than a bush

el of seed to the acre, and al17 Fr. Battle of Bunker

218 Low til. lowed to grow till it spindles 18 Sa.

19th. 'John A. Sutter, discoverer of gold out, and the silks come on the

in Cal., died, aged 75, 1840. 19 B 1st S.a.Tr. 6 21.687. ears, it makes right good feed 20 Mo. 8 gr. el. E. Luna se da son about in its green state; or it may be

cut and dried and packed in 21 Tu. O ent. S. SUMMER BEGINS.

pits and kept fresh for use in 22 W.169, 60, 690 winter. Don't fail to have a 23 Th. $24thDemocrats prominentenderen is.w.in- large crop of it.

The millet, 24 Fr. St.John Baptist. ( runs high.

or Hungarian grass, may be 25 Sa. High tides. 21st. 6 h (. and it can be cut and fed out

sown by the middle of the month, 26 B 20 Sun. aft. Tr. q in Aph. green in July, or cut and cured 27 Mo. { migrants arrived in the United States.

as hay by the tenth of August. 28 Tu. ( in Apogee. 6 $ (.

It helps out a short crop of 29 W. St. Peter.

Pieasant, grass in a dry time, and so you

can keep more stock, and keep 30 Th. 29th. Henry Clay died, 1852.

it better. The more stock you feed the better for the farm,

1881.

JULY, Seventh Month.

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8 22 25 14 21 36 20 20

34 26 19 19 22 56

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m. 1821 1 Fr. 4 277 40 15 130 31 41 51 24 27|bel. 10 10 3 49 183 2 Sa. 4 28 7 40 15 120 4,4 6 3 31 bel. 10 34 4 31 184 38.4 28 7 39 15 110 5 4 7 37 41 rei. 10 59 5 14 185 4M. 4 29 7 39 15 100 6 4 8 41 5 rei. 11 26 5 58 18€ 5 Tu. 4 29 7 39 15 100 6 4 9 53 rei. 11 571 6 46 187 6W. 4 307 3915 907 510 61 62 sec. morn. 7 37 183 7 Th. 4 30 7 38 15 80 8 5 11 77 78 sec. 0 34 8 33 189 8Fr. 4 317 3815 70 9 5 12 86 8|thi. | 1 19 9 33 1909 Sa. 4 32 7 38 15 60 10 513 991 thi. | 2 15 10 36 191 10 Ş.4 33 7 37 15 40 12 5 14 101 102 kn. 3 2011 39 192 11 M. 4 347 37 15 30 13 50 11 111 ko. 193 12 Tı. 4 34 7 36 15 20 14 516 O legs 8 16 0 41 194 13 W. 4 35 7 36 15 10 15 617 07 0 legs 8 51 1 39 195 14 Th. 4 367 35 14 590 17 618 11 17 feet 9 22 2 34 196 15 Fr. 4 377 35 14 580 18 6192 24 feet 9 51 3 26 197 16 Sa. 4 38.7 34 14 56 0 20 6 20 3 31 h'd 10 20 4 16 198|17 S. 4 38 7 33 14 55021 621 4 41 h'd 10 50 5 5 199 18 M. 4 39 7 32 14 53 0 23 622 49 51 o’k |11 23 5 54 200 19 Tu. 4 40 7 31 14 510 25 623 51 61 n'k morn. 6 44 201 20 W. 4 41 7 31 14 500 26 6 24 61 74 n'k 0 0 7 34 202 21 Th. 4 427 30 14 480 28 625

84 arm 0 42 8 25 203 22 Fr. 4 43 7 29 14 460 30 626 81 91 arm 1 28 9 15 204 23 Sa. 4 447 28 14 440 32 627 9 10 br. 2 20 10 5 205 24 S. 4 45 7 27 14 420 34 6 28 103 104 br. 3 16 10 53 206 25 M. 4 46 7 26 14 400 36 629 111111|br. sets 11 39 207 26 Tu. 4 477 25 14 380 38 6

0 h'rt 7 25 0 24 208 27 W. 4 487 24 14 36 0 40 6 11 01 01h'rt 7 511 1 7 209 28 Th. 4 49 7 23 14 34 0 42 6 2 031 bel. 8 16 1 49 210 29 Fr. 4 507 22 14 320 44 6 3 17 13 bel. 8 40 2 30 211 30 Sa. 4 5017 2114 310 451 6 41 2 27 bel. 9 4 3 12 212 31 s. 4 51 7 20 14 29 0 47 6 5 27 23 rei. 9 30 3 55

rises morn.

JULY hath 31 days.

1881.

Then come in waves of light,

The summer's flaming days;
The sun, Thine image bright,

Thy majesty displays;
And oft Thy voice in thunder rolls;
But still our souls in Thee rejoice.-JAMES FREEMAN.

D. M.

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7 Th.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Fr. O in Apogee.

When I was a boy we didn't 2 Sa. 6 ( 34. in Aphel. use to put in the scythe till after 3 B 30 Sun.af. Tr. Very lo. ti. better now, and it shows that

the Fourth; but they do things 4 Mo. INDEPENDENCE declared, 1776. the world moves. It was a long 5 Tu.

Fair. pull, too, and the haying was 6 W.168h.

{
Sir Thomas More be apt to drag; but now it comes
Hot and dry. by the middle of June, and is

put through, just as it ought to 8 Fr. Oth. Edmund Burke died, 1797,

be, while the grass is sweet and 9 Sa. ( runs low.

full of heart. The cows do 10 B 4th Sunday after Trinity. first-rate on it, and come out a 11 Do. ( in Per. Very high tides. great deal better in the spring. 12 Tu. & greatest elongation W.

Some folks give them a few 13 W. Richardicoreme te, pero sector of Ens- meal, and take sreat painiko

roots every day and a little oil14 Th. 16 . Showery. keep up a good tlow of milk, 15 Fr. St. Swithin.

and I notice that such farmers 16 Sa. Length of night 9h. 4m.

are apt to be thrifty. They 17 B 5th Sunday after Trinity. farm, and make everything tell.

look sharp to the wastes on the 18 Mo.

Fair. Let us take a lesson from them. 19 Tu. 6 ho, 6 °C, 6 o C. Keep down the weeds.

A day's 20 W. St. Margaret. 62 (

work at them when they are

small is worth two when they 21 Th.S ? ( . Low tides.

get ahead of us. Millet sown 22 Fr. st. Mary Magdalene. ( ru. high. the first of this month will be 23 Sa. 224. 6 2.

fit to cut for hay by the time 24 B 6th Su. ast. Trin, 6 $ (. the frost comes, though it would

have been better to sow it two 25 Mo. St. James.

weeks ago. If the crop of hay 26 Tu. St. Anne. ( in Apogee.

is short, plough and sow a wide 27 W. High tides. Signs of breadth of it now. Grass ought 28 Th. Robespierre guillotined, 1794.

to be cut just as it comes to the 29 Fr. 6 HC

rain, with bloom. A few kinds, like herds30 Sa. thunder and lightning. now is the time to take them

grass and red-top, are late, and 31 B 17th Sunday after Trinity. to make the best of hay.

Dog-DAYS BEGIX.

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