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Out of the bosom of the air,

Out of the cloud-folds of her garments shaken,
Over the woodlands brown and bare,
Over the harvest fields forsaken,

Silent, and soft, and slow
Descends the snow. - LONGFELLOW.

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Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar.
Weather, &c.
1 Th. All Saints Day.

Cold.

As we go into the winter, which 2Fr. 30. Ruffini, Italian author, d., a. 72, 1881. is fast coming on, let us lay out 3 Sa. Cruns low. {Cimbinereta, arany our plans to carry on the farm next 4.6 24th Sunday after Trinity. ycar so as to get better results than 5 Mo.

Milder

the books show for this. There is

no bank that ought to pay so well 6 Tu. State election in Mass.

as that under the barn, that is, if | 7W. Very low tides. with

you run it well and keep things 8 Th. in 8.

You are cashier and presi9|Fr. 9th and 10th. Great fire in Boston, 1872. dent and directors, and the stock 10 Sa.

can be made to divide more than 11 G 25th Sun. aft. Tr. St. Martin. six per cent., and that ought to sat

Make 12 Mo. 8 WO. {Look out for shooting stars isfy any reasonable man.

deposits in tlic shape of a little dry 13 Tu. in Perigee.

muck from time to time, a few
14 W.69G. {Trashif Guiteau, begun at

loads of stiff loam dug from the
15 Th. 6h(. Very high tides. sub-soil, and a few bushels of plas-
16 Fr. ( runs high
17 Sa. Length of night 14h.18m. and roll up a surplus that will serve

for dividends. Some folks put in
18 G 26th Sunday after Trinity.

a few pigs, and take pains to bait 19 Mon*

again. them with a little shelled corn to 20 Tu. 8 in 8, 616.

set them to work, and they will 21 W. 21 stationary.

Fine mix up things as if it were all for 22 Th. st. Cecilia.

fun. To be sure it is better for the 23 Fr. 6( Low tides.

bank than it is for the pigs, but 24 Sa. 25th. New York evacuated by British, 1783. they can stand it, though it is not

the best way to keep pigs for work. 25 G 27th Sunday after Trinity. It is the best time to trim grape 26 Mo.C in Apo. 880 sup.. vines, and if you need a few more 27Tu.

and mild. fruit trees they can be set now. 28 W. 8 ho. Washington Irving died, 1859. Lay out to keep a year's stock of 29 Th. 6 $ ( Iorace Grecley died, 1872.

wood on hand where it will always 30 Fr. St. Andrew.( r. low. $ in Aph.

be dry. Dry wood is cheaper than

green. Very cold.

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ST. TERESA
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Aspects, Holidays, Events,
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Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1/Sa. 690. High tides.

LET the winds blow cold and 2 G Advent Sund. Signs chill as they may over the bleak 3 Mo. 48th Congress meets at Washington. hills, we can still cherish the warm 4 Tu. Washington takes leave of his officers, sun in our hearts, and bend lightly

to the tasks that lie in our way. 5W.

of While the plant that covers and 6 Th. St. Nicholas.

a decks the green earth of spring 7 Fr. Low tides.

storm. time is locked as it were in the 8 Sa. { Bang"Sotheatre bournee at Vienna, ; sleep of death, yielding silently to 9 G 20 Sunday in Advent.

nature's law for rest, we may yet 10 Mo.

Clear hope for some spiritual growth in 11 Tu. 6°C

our minds and hearts, some kind12 w. in Per. in Aph. Ó hc. own kind to strengthen the ties

ling of human sympathy with our 13 Th. ( runs high. and that bind us to those who walk with 14 Fr. Washington died, aged 67, 1799.

on the journey of life. We 15 Sa. Very high tides. cold. were made to be social beings, for 16 G 30 Sun. in Adv. 696.

society has strong claims upon us 17 Mo. John G. Whittier born, 1807.

and it is not in our power to throw 18 Tu. 6 đ ( 234. Very low tid. thought, and, if need be, work too,

them off. We must give time and 19 W. Shortest days - about 9 hours long. to help on the agencies on which 20 Th. OHO. $ gr. hel. lat. S. our civilization rests, and do it 21 Fr. St. Thomas. O ent, 13. {WEATERE with a good grace and in the best 22 Sa. Forefathers 2.- 21st. C. way we know how. It is a duty 23 G 14th Sun. in Adv. f 'stat.

that rests upon every intelligent

man, and no good citizen will 24 Mo.( in Apo.{Pics Washington resig.

shrink from it. There is the Far25 Tu. Christmas Day. Very mers' club, or if there isn't one 26 W. St. Stephen.

there ought to be, in every neigh27 Th. St. John Evangelist.

cold. borhood.

Let us give it all the 28 Fr. Holy Innocents. ( runs low. help we can, for we shall be sure 29 Sa. Wm. E. Gladstone born, 1809.

to get as much good as we give.

Then there is the public school, 30 G 1st Sunday af. Christmas. and it is all the better for sharp 31 Mo. 68, 69(. High tides. | oversight. Duty is the watchword. T.

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COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

(Corrected Aug., 1882.)

Supreme Court, at Washington, D. C. Court comes in 2d Monday in October.

The Supreme Court of the United States consists of one Chief and eight Associate Justices. There are nine judicial circuits, and to each of these is assigned one of the justices.

There are also nine Circuit Judges, each of whom is to reside in his circuit. The circuits and justices are as follows: -First Circuit, Horace Gray, of Boston, Mass., Associate Justice. (Maine, N. H., Mass., R. I.) Second Samuel Blatchford, of New York, As, J. (Vt., Conn., N. Y.) Third

Joseph P. Bradley, of Newark, N. J., As. J. (Penn., N.J; Del.) Fourth Morrison R. Waite, of Ohio, Chief Justice. (Md., Va., W. Va., N. C., S. C.) Firth Wiliam B. Woods, of Montgomery, Ala., As. J. (Geo. Fla, Ale, Miss., La, Ter.) Sixth Stanley Matthews, of Cincinnati, O., As. J. (Ohio, Mich., Con, Tenn. Seventh John M. Harlan, of Kentucky, As. J. (Ind., M., Wis.) Eighth Samuel F. Miller, of Keokuk, Iowa, As. J. (Min., Iowa, Mo., Kan., Ar Ninth Stephen J. Field, of San Francisco, Cal., As. J. (Cal., Oregon, Nev.)

Clerk. ... James H. McKenney, Washington, D. C. U.S. Circuit Courts in 1st and 2d | May and 1st Tu. Det at News Eastern Airguits.

4th Tuin Feh anon ug. Connecticut, at N. Haven, 4th Tu. in Apr., and at Hartford, 3d Tu. in Sept.

and Dec.; at Bath, 1st Tu. in Sept.; at Maine, at Portland, 230 Apr. and 23d Bangor, 4th Tu. in June. Sept.

Massachusetts, at Boston, 3d Tu. in Massachusetts, at Boston, May 15 | Mar., 4th Tu. in June, 2d Tu. in Sept., and Oct. 15.

and 1st Tu. in Dec. New Hampshire, at Portsmouth,

New Hampshire, at Portsmouth, May 8, and at Concord, Oct 8.

3d Tu. in Mar, and Sept.; at Concord, 3d Rhode Island, at Providence, June Tu. in June and Dec. 15 and Nov. 15.

Rhode Island, at Newport, 2d Tu. Vermont, at Windsor, 3d Tu. May, at in May and 3d Tu. in Oct.; at ProviRutland, 1st Tu. Oct.,

and at Burlington, dence, 1st Tu. in Feb, and Aug. 4th Tu. in Feb.

Vermont, at Windsor, 3d Tu. May;

at Rutland, 1st Tu. Oct.; at Burlington, rIf the days happen on Sunday, the 4th Tu. Feb. Court comes in the Monday following. U.S. District Courts have jurisdiction

in bankruptcy cases previous to Sept. 1, U. S. District Courts.

1878, and are always opeu for such Connecticut, at Hartford, 4th Tu. in business. MEETINGS OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN MAINE.

(Corrected Aug., 1882.) Androscoggin, at Auburn, 1st Tu. Oxford, at Paris, 2d Tu. May, 1st Tu. Apr. and Oct.

Sept. and last Tu. Dec. Aroostook, at Houlton, 3d Tu. Jan. Penobscot, at Bangor, 1st Tu. Apr. and 1st Tu. June and July.

and Aug. and 2d Tu. Dec. Cumberland, at Portland, 1st Tu. Piscataquis, at Dover, 1st Tu. Apr., Jan. and June.

Aug. and Dec. Franklin, at Farmington, last Tu. Sagadahoc, at Bath, 1st Tu. Mar., Apr. and Dec.

July, and Nov. Hancock, at Ellsworth, 4th Tu. Jan. Somerset, at Skowhegan, 1st Tu. and 2d Tues. Apr. and Oct.

Mar. and Aug. and 2d Tu. Dec. Kennebec, at Augusta, 3d Tu. Apr., Waldo, at Belfast, 3d Tu. Apr., Aug., Aug., and Dec.

and Dec. Knox, at Rockland, 1st Tu. Apr. and Washington, at Machias, 1st Tu. Dec., and 3d Tu. Aug.

Jan. and Oct.; and at Calais, 4th Tu. Lincoln, at Wiscasset, 2d Tu. May, Apr. 1st Mon. Sept., and last Mon. Dec. York, at Alfred, 2d Tu. Ap. and Oct.

COURTS IN THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND.
(Corrected Aug., 1882. Legislature meets in January and May, and may make changes.)
Supreme Court.

Court of Common Pleas. Bristol Co., at Bristol, 1st Mon, in Bristol Co., at Bristol, 1st Mon. in Mar. and 2d Mon, in Sept.

May and last Mon, in Oct. Kent Co., at E. Greenwich, 2d Mon. Kent Co., at E. Greenwich, 2d Mon. in Mar. and 4th Mon, in Aug.

in Apr. and Oct. Newport Co., at Newport, 3d Mon, Newport Co.at Newport, 3d Mon. in Mar, and 3d Mon, in Sept.

in May and Nov. Providence Co., at Providence, 4th Providence Co., at Providence, 1st Mon, in Mar. and 1st Mon, in Oct. Mon. in Mar., June, Sept., and Dec.

Washington Co., at S. Kingstown, Washington Co., at s. Kingstown, 3d Mon. in Feb, and 3d Mon. in Aug. 2d Mon. in May and 1st Mon, in Nov.

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