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1882.

FEBRUARY, Second Month.

Astronomical Calculations,
Days. d.

m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.
1 169.59 7 15 10 13 13 13 19 11 8 25 8 56
2 16 41 8 14 51 14 12 53 20 10 46 26 8 33
3 16 24 9 14 32 15 12 32 21 10 25 27 8 11
4 16 6 10 14 13 16 12 11 22 10 3 28 7 48
5 15 48 11 13 53 17 11 50 23 9 41

15 29 12 13 33 18 11 291 24 9 18
O Full Moon, 3d day, 1h. 14m., morning, W.
( Last Quarter, 11th day, 3h. 50m., morping, E.
• New Moon, 17th day, 10h. 6m., evening, W.
First Quarter, 24th day, 4h. 47m., evening, E.
Length Day's EE

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of Days Incre.

Morn Even
Place.

Souths. 32 | 1W.17 14 5 14 10 0,0 56 14|13|10311 br.

5 59/11 22 33

2 Th.7 13 5 1610 30 59 14 14 112 113 h’rt rises morn. 34 3 Fr. 7 12 5 17 10 51 114 O 11 h'rt 6 4 0 7 35 4 Sa. 7 11 5 18 10 713 14 16 of oz bel. 7 2 0 49 36 5 S. 7 10 5 20 10 10 1 6 14 17 0 1 bel. 8 0 1 31 37 6M. 7 8 5 21 10 13 1 9 14 18 11 14 bel. 8 59 2 12 38 7 Tu.7 715 22 10 151 11 14 19 2 21 rei. | 9 58 2 54 39 8 W. 7 6 5 24 10 181 14 14 20 21 2 rei. 10 59 3 36 409 Th.7 55 25 10 20 1 16 14 21 31 31 sec. morn. 4 21 41 10 Fr. 7 3 5 26 10 23 1 19 14 22 3 44 sec. 0 0 5 8 42 11 Sa. 7 25 27 10 251 21 14 23 4 54 sec. 1 3 5 59 43 12 S.7 15 29 10 28 1 24 14 24 51 6} thi. | 2 4 6 53 44 13 M. 6 595 30 10 31 1 27 14 25 6 7} thi. | 3 4 7 49 45 14 Tu. 6 58 5 31 10 33 1 29 14 26 84 kn. | 3 59 8 48 46 15 W. 6 57 5 33 10 36 1 32 14 27 87 94ko. 4 48 9 48 47 16 Th. 6 55 5 34 10 39 1 35 14 28 98 104 legs 5 32 10 46 48 17 Fr. 6 54 5 35 10 41 1 37 14 O 10 11 legs sets. 11 44 49 18 Sa. 6 52 5 36 10 44 1 40 14 111117 feet 6 45 0 40 50 19 S. 6 515 38 10 47 1 43 14 2 04 feet 8 2 1 34 51 20 M. 6 495 39 10 50 1 46 14 3 02

9 16 2 28 .52 21 Tu. 6 48 5 40 10 52 1 48 14 4 14 2 hd 10 29 3 21 53 22 W. 6 47 5 42 10 55 1 51 14 5 2; 3 n’k 11 38 4 15 54 23 Th. 6 45 5 43 10 58 1 54 14 6 31 3 n'k morn. 5 8 55 24 Fr. 6 43 5 44 11 11 57 13 7

44 arm 0 43 6 2 56 25 Sa. 6 42 5 45 11 31 59 13 8 51

54 arm 1 42 6 54 57 26 S. 6 40 5 46 11 62 2113 9 64

64 arm 2 35 7 45 58 27 M. 6 39 5 48 11 92 513 10 718 br. 3 201 8 33 59 28 Tu.6 37 5 49 11 12 2 8 13 11 8il 9 br. 3 59 9 20

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The night was winter in his roughest mood,
The morning sharp and clear. The vault is blue
Without a cloud, and white without a speck
The dazzling splendor of the scene below.

COWPER.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

9 Th. 10 Fr.

U. S. 1881.

11W. 24. sta., OVO.

The sign of this cold month, 2 Th. Purifica. of V. Mary. Candlemas Day. the Fishes, was all very well 3 Fr. 8 in 8. High tides.

when it was first used on the

banks of the Nile, but we could 4 Sa. (in Apogee.

Pleasant.

do better now. How would a 5 A Sept. Sun. Tagen 85, 1881.

Thomas Carlyle died, girl on skates or a white bear 6 Mo. 040, 6 W ( 9 in Aph. do?. A fit sign would send a 7 Tu. 6th. $ gr. elon. E.

chill through every limb. But

cold or warm, the chores must 8 W. 8 in Perihelion.

be done, the wood cut, the Garfield decld elected President of the

cows, the pigs and the hens Indications of a thau. fed. Wood means warmth, and 11 Sa. Very low ti. Ş 12th, Abraham Lin- so does food. There is life in 12 A Seragesima Sunday.

heat, and all life must have

food of some kind. Then there 13 Mo. (runs low. $ stationary. is a food of the mind and the 14 Tu. St. Valentine.

heart as well as of the body. 15 w. { 13the area moda kood, noted politician, "Twon't do to forget that. Growth 16 Th. Length of night 13h. 20m. is the law of life, and all growth 17 Fr. (in Perigee.

must have something to feed on.

[lat. N. There is time now to think a 18 Sa. 6! ( 6 $ (. gr.hel. little, and see if there isn't some 19. A Quin, or Shrove Sunday. brain food within our reach. 20 Mo. 6 ! O sup. 19th. Vy. h. ti. To grow strong and great, to

do well all that comes to us to 21 Tu. Shrove Tues. • $ 9. Cold.

do, the brain must work as well 22 W. Ash Wed. 6 inf. 6 h (as the hand. As a rule the best 23 Th. 640, 64(XTON B. 1782.

trained men and the best trained 24 Fr. St. Matthias. { from Wis. d., aged 56, 81

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women will do the best work at 26 Sa. r. h. 28th. Very`1. tid: the best time and in the best

way. Let us start by stopping 26 A 1st Sun. in Lent. 6 ( the leaks on the farm, and the 27 Mo. { British defeated by Boers in So. Africa. waste of time is the greatest. 29th. Piercing of St. Gothard tunnel, 944 Fill up the odds and ends in a

way to grow wiser and better, to lead happier lives, and to make ourselves more useful to mankind. We need to go a little out of self to gain the true end of life.

22d. WABUTING

28 Tu.

miles long, completed, 1880.

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Days. d.

O's Declination.

O O OON

Astronomical Calculations.

m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m.' Days. d. m. Days. d. m. 79.26 7 5 7 13 2 46 19 OS.24 25 1 58 7 3 8 4 44 14 2 22 20 ON, 0 26 2 22 6 40 9 4 20 15 1 59 21 0 24 27 2 45 6 17 10 3 57 16

35 22 0 47 28 3 9 5 54 11 3 33 17 1 11 23 1 11 29 3 32 5 30 12 3 10 18 0 47 24 1 33 30

55

O Full Moon, 4th day, 7h. 55m., evening, E.
(Last Quarter, 12th day, 4h. 44m., eveuing, W.
• New Moon, 19th day, 7h. 33m., morning, E.
) First Quarter, 26th day, 8h. 49m., morning, E.

Full Sea, D's

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60 11W.16 35 5 50|11 1512 11/12 12 911 9h’rt | 4 33|10 5 61 2 Th. 6 34 5 52 11 18 2 14 12 13 10 103 h’rt 5 310 48 62 3 Fr. 6 32 5 53 11 21 2 17 12 14 108 111 h'rt 5 30 11 30 63 4 Sa. 6 31 5 54 11 23 2 19 120 111 112 bell rises inorn. 64 5 S. 6 29 5 55 11 262 22 12 16 0 bel. 6 52 0 11 65 | 6 M. 6 27 5 56 11 29 2 25 11 17 01 03 rei. 7 51 0 53 66 7 Tu. 6 25 5 57 11 32 2 28 11 18 03 14 rei. 8 52 1 36 67 8 W. 6 24 5 59 11 35 2 31 11 19 11 14 rei. 9 53 2 20 68/ 9 Th. 6 22'6 011 382 34 11202 2. sec. 10 54 3 6 69 10 Fr. 6 20 6 1 11 412 37 1021 23 sec. 11 55 3 55 70 11 Sa. 6 19 6 2 11 43 2 39 10 22 31 34 thi. morn. 4 46 7 12S.6 17 6 3 11 462 4210|23| 44| 4ở thi. 0 54 540 72 13 M. 6 15 6 4 11 492 45 10 24 51 52 kn. 1 49 6 36 73 14 Tu. 6 14 6 6 11 52 2 48 9 25 61 6kn. 2 381 7 33 74 15 W. 6 126 711 55 2 51 926 71 8 legs 3 23 8 30 75 16 Th.6 106 811 58 2 54 927 87 8f legs 4 2 9 27 76 17 Fr. 6 8 6 9 12 12 57 8 28 91 93 feet 4 38 10 22 77 18 Sa. 6 76 10 12 3 2 59 8 29 104 104 feet 5 12 11 16 78 19 S. 6 5 6 11 12 6 3 2 8 11 112 h'd sets. 011 79 20 M. 6 3 6 12 12 93 5 8 1 0 h'd 8 3 1 5 80 21 Tu. 6 2 6 14 12 12 3 8 7 2 0 0 n’k 9 16 2 0 81 22 W.6 0.6 15 12 15 3 11 7 3 11 13 n'k 10 25 2 56 82 23 Th. 5 586 16 12 18 3 14 7 4 2 21 n'k 11 29 3 51 83 24 Fr. 5 56 6 17 12 21 3 17 6 5 3 3:1 arm morn: 4 45 84 25 Sa. 5 55 6 18 12 23 3 19 6 6 34 41 arm 0 26 5 38 85 26 S. 5 53 6 19 12 26 3 22 6 7 451 br. 1 15 6 28 86 27 M. 5 51 6 20 12 29 3 25 5 8 53 61 br. 1 57 7 16 87 28 Tu.5 49 6 21 12 32 3 28 5 9 63 71 hr't 2 33 8 2 88 29 W. 15 48 6 23 12 35 3 31 5 10 73 8j hrt 3 5 8 46 89 30 Th. 5 46 6 24 12 38 3 34 411 87 91 hr’t 3 33 9 28 90 31 Fr. 15 446 25 12 41 3 37 4 12 97 10 bel. 3 59/10 10

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8 W.

11W. St. David. & g. hel. lat. S. The work of spring is near 2 Th. 5th. High tides. Windy. at hand and we must get ready

for it. It is best to look round 3 Fr. C in Apogee.

and see what can be done. A 4 Sa. Garfield inaugurated President of the

coat of paint, here and there, is 5 A 20 Sun. in Lent. 6 H ( a good thing well bestowed. A 6 Mo.: O. {5th:20Boston Massacre, day's work on the fences and

the walls will save time that 7 Tu. 8 stationary.

will be worth more by and Snow or

rain.

by. There is no need of idle 9 Th. Length of night 12h. 21m. hours now. The true way is to 10 Fr. Cold and blustering. make everything tell, as they 11 Sa. 13th. low tides.

say. There is such a thing as

thrift on the farm as well as off! 12 A 30 Sun. in Lent. ( runs lo. it, and it is a wonder what a

killed by Nihilists, 1881. difference it makes. It is not 14 Tu. 21st. gr. elon. W. very nice work to pick rocks, 15 W. Maine admitted to the Union, 1820.

but it is a thing that must be 16 Th. Jas. Madison born, 1751. Fair.

done, and there is no better

time than the last of this month. 17 Fr. St. Patrick. 6 C. {Beitsebne vremena It is fun to see how easy niany 18 Sa. ( in Perigee. Easterly rocks that are firm in the sod at 19 A 4th Sun. in Lent. 697.other seasons, come up now 20 Mo. O ent. go. SPRING BEGINS.

that the ground is moist and

soft, and a live farmer can take 21 Tu. St. Benedict. Very high tides.

hold and clear up the mowing 22 W. 6 h ( 6Yc

winds. lots just as well as not. No use 23 Th. 646. Operaed. Toute burned, 100 lives lost, 81.

to spoil the scythe when the 24 Fr. (runs h. & in Aphelion.

crowbar will do the work so well. 25 Sa. Annun. or Lady Day. w in Perih. dle of this month “Now is the

We used to say about the mid26 A 5th Sun. in Lent. 6 ( time to tar the trees to head 27 Mo. 32571. Ist day of year in Old Style, changed, 1752, ti Jan. 1.

off the canker worm,” but now 28 Tu. 29th. Very low tides.

it is, “ Brush on the printers' 29 w. swedenborg died, 1772. Blustering. in time. It is worth while to

It is a sure cure if taken 30 Th. (in Apogee.

take more pains with our fruit 31 Fr. 1.4 nr. hel. lat. N. John C. Cal

houn, d. 1850. trees.

at Nice

ink."

1882.

APRIL, Fourth Month.

Astronomical Calculations.

O's Declination.

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

m.
4N.42 7 6 59 13 9 11 19 11 18 25 13 19
5 5 8 7 21 14 9 33 20 11 39 26 13 38
5 28 9 7 43 15 9 54 21 11 59 27 13 57
5 51 10
5 16 10 15

22
12 19 28

14 16 6 13 11 8 27 17 10 37 23 12 39 29 14 35 6 36 12 8 49 18 10 57 24 12 59 30 14 53

Rises. In

Length Day's of Days. Incre

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Sets.

Full Sea,

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Age.

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Place.

m. h.

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43 kn.
5 kn.

O Full Moon, 3d day, 1h. 3m., evening, E.
( Last Quarter, 11th day, 1h. 46m., morning, E.

New Moon, 17th day, 4h. 54m., evening, W.
) First Quarter, 25th day, 2h. 12m., morning, W.

D's D.

Souths.

አ. ዘ. 911 1 Sa. 15 426 26/12 443 40| 413|1011103 bel. 4 24/10 51 92 25.5 41 6 27 12 463 42 4 14 11 111 rei. 4 49 11 34 93) 3M. 5 39 6 28 12 493 45 30 113 114 rei.

rises morn. 94 4 Tu. 5 37 6 29 12 52 3 48 3 16

04 rei.

7 45 0 18 95 5 W. 5 35 6 30 12 55 3 51 317 03 04 sec. 8 47 1 4 96 6 Th.5 34 6 32 12 58 3 54 2 18 1 11 sec. 9 481 1 52 977 Fr. 5 32 6 33 13 1 3 57 219 11 2 thi. 10 48 2 43 98 8 Sa. 15 316 34 13 33 59 220 24 2 thi. 11 44 3 36 99 9S. 5 296 35 13 64 2 2 21 3 3,1 ko. morn. 4 31 100 10 M. 5 276 36 13 9 4 5 1 22 4

0 34 5 27 101 11 Tu.5 266 37 13 114 7 123 5

1 19 6 22 102 126.5 24 6 38 13 14 4 10 1 24 6

legs 1 59 7 17 103 13 Th. 5 22 6 39 13 17 4 13 0 25 7 77 legs 2 35 8 10 104 14 Fr. 5 21 6 40 13 19 4 15 0 26 8 87 feet 3 8 9 3 105 15 Sa. 5 1916 41 13 22 4 18 F.27 9 94 feet 3 40 9 56 106 16 S. 5 186 4313 25 4 21 0 28 10 101 h'd 4 13 10 49 10717 M. 5 166 44 13 284 24 10 109|114 h'd

107 111 h'd sets (11 44 108 18 Tu. 5 14 6 45 13 31 4 27 11 1113 n'k 8 2 0 39 109 19 W. 5 13 6 46 13 33 4 29 1 2 0

9 10 1 36 ISO 20 Th. 5 11 6 4713 36 4 32 1 3 1 1} arm 10 12 2 32 II 21 Fr. 5 10 6 48 13 384 34 1 4 14 27 arm 11 6 3 27 112 22 Sa. 5 86 49 13 414 37 2 5 21 3 br. 11 52 4 19 11323 S. 5 76 51 13 44 4 40 2 6 33 4 br. morn. 5 9 114 24 M. 5 56 52 13 474 43 27 44 4br. 0 31 5 57 115 25 Tu. 5 46 53 13 49 4 45 2 8 51 52 h'rt 1 5 6 41 116 26 W. 5 2 6 5413 52 4 48 21 9 61 63 h'rt 1 34 7 24 117 27 Th.5 16 55 13 54 4 50 3 10

2 1 8 6 118 28 Fr. 4 596 56 13 564 52 311 8 81 bel. 2 27 8 48 119 29 Sa. 4 586 57 13 594 55 312 9

91 bel.

2 52 9 30 120 30 S. 4 576 58 14 14 57 3 13 93 10 rei. 3 18 10 13

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