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1881.

State election in R. I.

Aspects. Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Sa. WG OSO.

It is better to wear out than 2 A Palm Sunday. Cool to rust out, you know, and it is 3 Mo.

Terrible earthquakes in Island of Scio_ well to bear this in mind now 4 Tu. ahout 7,000 killed and 10,000 injured, that the work begins to press.

llard work doesn't kill men 5 W,

with very often, but a lazy lout might 6 Th. High tides.

as well die as not, so far as any 7 Fr. Good Friday.

loss to the world goes. Activity, 8 Sa. ( runs low. frequent menta

mental and physical, is the

great source of happiness and 91 A Easter Sunday.

usefulness to the world. Some 10 Mo. Length of night 10h. 50m. lands are dry enough to plough 11 Tu. Low tides.

now, but if the soil doesn't

crumble it is of no use. To 12 W.

rains.

plough wet or stiff lands is apt 13 Th. 8 gr. hel. lat. S.

to do more harm than good. 14 Fr. President Lincoln assassinated, 1865. The plough ought to leave a 15 Sa. (in Peri. {s pihej liste med at St. Peter' mealy furrow, so as to make a

burg for mur. Czar, '8l. 16 A Low Sun. 68 (.

good seed bed. Clover seed

ought to be sown now at the rate 17 Mo. 19th. Very high tides.

of fifteen pounds to the acre. It 18 Tu. 696,6h(6 ( is a good thing to have, and it 19 W. 6 ph, 64( { Bats of Lex. helps the land, and so is one of 20 Th.

late prime min of Eng. d. aged 76, 1881. We must not forget the kitchen 21 Fr. ( runs high 6 $234. Shakespeare born, 1567, died 1616. garden near the door, and full

of all the roots and herbs which 23 A 20 Sun. aft. Eas, St. George. come so handy in the house. 24 Mo. 6 i (. Disraeli, as p. m. Eng.'80.

Gladstone succeeds Dig it deep and keep out the 25 Tu. St. Mark.

weeds. A fine garden is the gem

of the farm. The more 26 W. & in 8. 27th. Very low tid. pride we take in it the better. 27 Th. ( in Apogee.

If you set two hens the same 28 Fr. 6 ( 71522. U. S. Grant born, day the broods can often be put 29 Sa.

Warmer.

into one, and so save time and

labor. Isn't a hen's time worth 30 A 30 Sunday after Easter.

something? Little pains bring great gains, you know.

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

1 15 N.11 7 16 55 13 18 29 19 19 51 25 21 1
2 15 29 8 17 11

18 43 20 20 4 26 21 12
3 15 47 9 17 27 15 18 57 21 20 16 27 21 22
4 16 4 10 17 43 16 19 11 22 20 28 28 21 31
5 16 22 11 17 59 17 19 25 23 20 39 29 21 41
6 16 39 12 18 14 18

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24 20 50 30 21 50 O Full Moon, 3d day, 3h. 47m., morning, W.

Last Quarter, 10th day, 7h. 51m., morning, W.

New Moon, 17th day, 2h. 49m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 24th day, 7h. 57m., evening, W.
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h. m. 121| 1M. 4 556 59 14 4 5 0 314 104 104 rei. 3 46 10 59 122 2 Tu.4 547 014 65 2 3 15 11

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4 16 11 47 123 3 W. 4 53 7 2 14 9 5 5 30 113

rises morn. 124 4 Th. 4 517 3 14 12 5 8 317 0 0ỳ thi. 8 411 0 38 125 5 Fr. 4 50 7 4 14 14 5 10 3 18

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9 39 1 31 126 6 Sa. 4 49 7 5 14 16 5 12 419 14 14 thi. 10 32 2 27 127 7 S. 4 487 614 18 5 14 4 20

2 23 kn. 11 18 3 23 128 8M. 4 467 7 14 215 174 21 23 31 kr. 11 59| 4 18 129 9 Tu. 4 45 7 8 14 23 5 19 4 22 33 41 legs morn. 5 12 130 10 W. 4 447 914 25 5 21 4 23 54 legs 0 36 6 5 13111 Th. 4 43 7 10 14 27 5 23 4 24

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1 9 6 57 13212 Fr. 4 42 7 11 14 29 5 25 4 25 7+ feet 1 41 7 49 133 13 Sa. 4 41 7 12 14 31 5 27 4 26 7 8; h'd

811'd 2 12 8 40 134 14 S. 4 407 13 14 33 5 29 427 81 91 h'd 2 45 9 32 13515 M. 4 39 7 14 14 35 5 31 428 97 10° n'k 3 2010 26 13616 Tu. 4 38 7 15 14 375 33 4 29 10, 11 n'k 3 59 11 21 137 17 W. 4 37 7 16 14 39 5 35 40 117 114 arm sets

0 17 13818 Th. 4 367 17 14 41 5 37 4 1 04 arm 8 53 1 13

19 Fr. 4 35 7 18 14 43 5 39 4 2 03 11 arm 9 44 27 140 20 Sa. 4 34 7 19 14 45 5 41 4 3 11 2" br. 10 26

2 59 14121 S. 4 33 7 20 14 475 43 4| 4| 21 23 br. 11 3 3 49 142 22 M. 4 32 7 21 14 495 45 4 5 3 3 h’rt 11 34 4 35 14323 Tu.4 32 7 22 14 505 46 3 6 341 h'rt morn. 5 19 144 24 W. 4 31 7 23 14 52 5 48 3 7 5 bel. 0 2 6 1 145 25 Th. 4 30 7 24 14 545 50 3 8 54 6 bel. 0 29 6 43 146 26 Fr. 4 30 7 25 14 55 5 51 39

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Though I own up I like our back'ard springs
Thet kind o' haggle with their greens and things,
An' when you 'most give up, 'ithout more words
Toss the fields full o' blossoms, leaves an' birds;
Thet's Northern natur', slow, an' apt to doubt.
But when it doos git stirred, there's no gin out!

J. R. LOWELL.

D. M.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

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1 Mo. St. Philip and St. James.

Don't try to till too much 2 Tu. 8 in 88. 6 $ O sup.

land. Better stick to what you 3W.

Hot

can do well. It is of no use to

spread time and labor and man4 Th. 6 8 h, o 89, in Aph. ure too thin. Concentration is 5 Fr. (r. low, 69 4. High tid. wiser than expansion, just as 6 Sa. ho, 6 PO.{died 1821.

union is strength. It is the 7 A 4th Su. af. E. & in Perih. quality of work that tells in the 8 Mo.

end, just as brain work tells

for the season. better than muscle. What is 9 Tu. Schiller died, 1305

the use of a brain if we're not 10 W. Length of night 9h. 34m. to use it? An ox can pull as

well as 11 Th. 6 h W. Low tides.

a man, but he can't

think as much. Let each one 12 Fr. in Perigee.

do what he can do best. To 13 Sa. 16 8 4.

Fine.

plough, to plant, to hoe, is the 14 A Bogation Sunday.

work which lies before us now. 15 Mo. {from contienen en latentes; Issgenators Make the niost of the seed time.

N.Y. resign their , 1881. 16 Tu. 6 W G 6h (.

We ought to raise more seed, . .

and not pay so much for what 17 W. o eclipsed, inv. ein Beston.. 40, 8 Grad Hel:

we know so little of.

Corn 18 Th. Asc. Day. (r.l. 6 80,69C. sown in drills for use in its 19 Fr. {Dark day, 1780. Very h. tides. green state, can go in near the 20 Sa. U. S. senate adjourned, 1881.

end of the month, the more of 21 A Sun.aft. Asc. w stationary. when the grass dries up.

it the better. It is a great help

We 22 Mo. 6 (. {

to make Washing- used to wait till the grass was 23 Tu.

ton king. Jle severely rebukes the well grown to turn the cows

proposal, 1782 24W. Queen Victoria born, 1819. Cooler out, but it is a good plan to give 25 Th. (in Apogee, 6 H (.

them an early bite two or three

hours a day. It is good for the 26 Fr. 25th. Very low tides. with cows, and doesn't hurt the 27 Sa. 25th. R. W. Emerson born, 1803. grass. Don't forget to sow a 28 A Tuhit-Sunday. rain. good lot of mangold seed before 29 Mo. 30th. R I. legislature meets at Newport.

the middle of the month. Some 30 Tu. Decoration Day. in Perihelion. one of them is better than

prefer the sugar beet. Either 31 W. 30th. o 40, 6 & f.

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m. Days. d. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. 1 22N. 7 7 22 48 13 23 14 19 23 26 25 23 24

22 14 8 22 53 14 23 17 20 23 27 26 23 22 22 22 9 22 58 15 23 20 21 23 27 27 23 19 22 29 10 23 3 16 23 22 22 23 27 28 23 17 22 36 11 23 7 17 23 24 23 23 26 29 23 13 22 42 12 23 11 18 23 25 24 23 25 30 23 10

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O Full Moon, 1st day, 3h. 49m., evening, E.

(Last Quarter, 8th day, Oh. 26m., evening, W.
© New Moon, 15th day, 1h. 49m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 23d day, 1h. 17m., evening, E.

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9 59 2 12 1565 M. 4 24 7 32 15 8 6 4 2 19 13 27 legs 10 38 3 8 157 6 Tu. 4 24 7 33 15 96 5 2 20 2] 3 legs 11 12 4 2 6

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h'd 0 461 7 27 162 11 S. 4 23 7 36 15 13 6 9 125 8 fh'd 1 201 8 19 163 12 M. 4 23 7 36 15 13 6 9 0 26 84 9 n'k 1 56 9 12 16413 Tu. 4 23 7 37 15 14 6 10 0 27 97

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12 Mo.

1 Th. Nicomede. $ gr. elon. E. A HORSE with a good hoe can 2 Fr. ( runs low.

Fine do more work in an hour than 3 Sa.

any two men I ever saw. It is

best to nake him save all the 4 A Trinity Sun. High tides. hand work you can, and so help 5 Mo. OO.

to keep down the weeds. Some 6 Tu. Patrick Henry died, 1799. with folks try to do more by hand 7 W. (in Perigee.

than there is any need of, and

let the weeds get ahead of them. 8 Th. Corpus Christi. Low tides.

The true way is to nip them in 9 Fr. 8th. Andrew Jackson died, 1845.

the bud. A stitch in time, you 10 Sa. 8 in 8.

showers. know, saves nine. June grass 111 A 1st Sun. aft. Tr. St. Barnabas. comes into bloom this month,

and it must be cut early to be 6W (

good for anything. It is not 13 Tu. 6 hl. Winfield Scott born, 1786

too late to plant corn, and the 14 W.67 0. stationary. ( $

squash, the melon, and other 15 Th. ( runs high. High tides. seeds may go in now. It is a 16 Fr. Ć (

good plan to plant sweet corn

for the table once a week or so,

$ 18th. Bat. of Water17 Sa. Battle of Bunker

loo, 1815.

and have it for use some weeks. 18 A 20 Sun. aft. Tr. 69(. Green corn, fresh from the field, 19 Mo. Length of night 8h. 44m. is sweet and toothsome. Sow 20 Tu. 8 in Ap. 3 3 4, } {:

corn in drills to cut up for the

The last of the month is 21 W. O ent.co SUMMER BEGINS.

the time to sow the seeds of the 22 Th. 6 # (. Longest days about 15%

hours

Swede as a field crop. It can 23 Fr. Very low ti. 218. (in Apo. follow a lot of oats, cut for 24 Sa. St. John Baptist.

Dry hay, but you ought to give it a 25 A 30 Sunday after Trinity.

little start with some fertilizer.

Sow Hungarian grass from the 26 Mo Geo. IV. died, 1830.

middle to the end of the month. 27 Tu.

and It is a right good crop to have, 28 W. 6 8 0 Inferior. Jaie Madison either to cut and feed out green,

{ died 29 Th. St. Peter.

( runs low. or to cure for hay, and it doesn't 30 Fr.

hot.
cost a great deal to raise it.

is half gone, make the most of what is left.

Hill, 1775.

gr. hel.

COWS.

The year

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