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The green earth seems an emerald floor,

The sky is sweet with prayer,
The sunset heaven's wide open door,
Nay, heaven is everywhere.

LUCY LARCOM,
Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 Fr. Nicomede, patriot, a. aged 74, 1882.

THE early grasses come into 2 Sa. 6 Š (6.06, ( in Per. bloom in this month of roses, and 3 G 20 Sun.aft. Tr. 6°C. must be cut if they are to be made 4|Mo. 6h 4. 5th- 6 8 4.

into the best of hay. It will be 5 Tu. Very high tides. (ru.hi. time enough to take the red top

and the timothy next month, but 6W.64( { les mielenters meets in N.H.

the June or Kentucky blue grass, 7 Thnx in Aphel. 8 8 o inf. the sweet-scented vernal, the tall 8 Frllo wobec Oslo De 1 000 000 euroat-grass, the meadow fescue, and 9 Sa. Charles Dickens died, 1870. Cool. some others, are ready a week or 10 G 30 Sun. after Tri. Owo. two before that, and they don't re11 Mo. St. Barnabas. S Terri. riot in Alexandria, main long at their best, and if not

Egypt, tnore than 200 cut they lose some of their nutritive 12 Tu. 6W (.

properties. The corn for the silo 13 W. Very low tides. Fine. ought to go in now, and a few acres 14 Th. ( in Apogee

well tilled will give an immense 15 Fr. l { latiha great numbers wounded, 1862.

17th, Terrible hurricane in Iowa, 100 k., yield of fodder to be cut and 16 Sa. 17th. Battle of Bunker Hill, 1775.

packed down for fall and winter

We know of no plant to 17 G 4th Sunday after Trinity. 18 Mo. Longest daye in the year, about 1514 equal corn for ensilage, and if al

lowed to get its full growth, and 19 Tu. 6 h 8, 8 stat., (ru. low. come into bloom, it is full of rich, 20W. Length of night 8h. 44m. sweet juices that are well kept and 21 Th. O ent. o. SUMMER BEGINS. greatly relished by stock of all

kinds. Those who have silos must 22 Fr.

Frequent

get ready to fill them by sowing a 23 Sa. High tides.

plenty of corn now. Hungarian 24 G 5th Su. af. Tr. St. John Baptist. grass, to be sown after the middle 25 Mo.

of this month, keeps well in silos, 26 Tu. 6 .

showers. but it is just as well to cut it the 27 W. 8 gr. hel. lat. S.

middle of August, and cure it for 28 Th. Santh. Guiteau, assassin of Pres. Garfield, hay. After the strawberries have

hanged, 1882. 29 Fr. St. Peter, Henry Clay died, 1852.

gone, let the runners extend, and

strike root for fresh vines. Plant 30 Sa. 650, ( in Per. Low ti. melons, and look out for a good

Very hot. lot of them.

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First Quarter, 12th day, 3h. 5m., morning, W.
O Full Moon, 19th day, 10h. 47m., evening, E.
(Last Quarter, 26th day, 7h. 29m., evening, E.

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14 Sa.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1G 6th Sun, after Tr. 6 h. THE rule is to try to do no more 2 Mo. 68, 68 C.

than we can do well. It is the best 3 Tu. O in Apo., 6 8 4. Very work that pays best in the long

Now we are in the midst of 4W. Very high tid. Şi de eRPEN, PENCE run. 5 Th. 6 20. {thie Garibaldi born at haying, and some of us are through 6 Fr. 20. ( runs high.

with it. Why not look about and hot

see what we can do to help on 7 Sa. 20. gr. elong. W. the hoed crops ? Weeds grow just 8 G 7th Sun. after Tr. 6 $ 8 . where we don't want them. They 9 Mo. 6 " (. 4th. 6 46.

rob us of the results of our work 10 Tu. Plith. Forts at Alexandria bomb. by Br. and the manure we have put on to 11 W. mob in Alexandria. 13th. Br. marines help the plants that we want, and

land to establish order, 1882. 12 Th. in Apogee.

farming is a struggle against them. with

Let us not weary in well-doing, 13 Fr. Very low tides.

but keep up courage to fight them

showers. to the end. Plant food costs too 15 G Sth Sun.af. Tr. St. Swithin. much to let it go to waste. When the 16 Mo. 8 in 8,{lley, celeb. English author

$ 18th. Rev. Arthur P. Stan- hay is all in the barn, let us take 17 Tu. ( runs low. and divine, died, hold and clear up the lots

, make a

new farm of it, if need be, so that 18 W. Length of night 9h. 7m.

when the next year comes round 19 Th. & in 8. {20ths. Sitting, Bull. sur. to

we may grow more grass and get 20 Fr. St. Margaret. 6 $ 21,8 g h. it easier. Isn't there an old wall 21 Sa. 8 in Perih. {Burnlied

, aged that might as well be sunk? Isn't 22 G 9th S.af. T. st. Wary Magdalene

. there a clump of bushes that chokes 23 Mo. 224. High tides. A storm up the sod and spoils the look of

the farm ? Let us whack them 24 Tu. 325th. Nathan Clifford, judge U. S. Sup. Court, died, aged 78, 1881.

down and clear up the grass land, 25 W. St. James. ) in Peri.

both the pastures and mowing lots. 26 Th. St. Anne. 684. of That will be something to boast of, 27 Fr. 29th. Low tides. rain. and I think we shall sleep all the 28 Sa. 6 W (. 29th. 6 $ o sup.

better for it. The time to rest is 29 G ioth&.a.T. ” (,68 (. day sun may be good for corn, but

in the heat of the day. The noon30 Mo. ( runs high. Gaulther, that is not apt to get sunstruck. It 31 Tu. $ gr. hel. lat. N.

seems to like it.

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First Quarter, 10th day, 8h. 45m., evening, W.
Full Moon, 18th day, 8h. 10m., morning, W.
Last Quarter, 25th day, Oh. 48m., morning, E.

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