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FEBRUARY hath 29 days.

1868.

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10 Mo. { rand, 1867.

When clouds frowned the darkest, and perils beset thee,

Till each prop of earth seemed to bend or to break,
Did e'er thy good angel turn off, and forget thee?
The mother her little one then may

forsake.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Weather, &c. 1 Sa. Low tides. Charleston sociocco A CLEAR, cold, bracing air 2 E. 4th Su. af. Èpiph. Purifica. sharpens the appetite. Nothing

like it. Cattle can therefore get 3 Mo. Spanish Inquisition abol- Pleasant

along and do well on a little 4 Tu.

Peter Nassau, colored, died at Pomfret,

Vt., said to be aged 110, 1867. poorer quality of feed now than 5 W. !6 C. (ru. high. but they can later in the season. I 6 Th. Very cold in New England, ther. 16 to mean store cattle, dry cows, and 7 Fr. C in Perigee. {Charles Dickens young stock. There is no econo

my in scrimping cows that are in 8 Sa. 39th. Mariner's compass invented

very milk, now or at any other time. 9 E. Septuagesima Sun. H. ti. If you have swale hay that must Great freshet in New Eng- cold. be consumed, now is the time to

feed it out. 11 Tu. Falling weather for

Didn't you ever 12 W. Oregon admitted, 1859. some days. makes a slice of poor bread go a

notice that a bit of good cheese 13 Th. Dr. Kane, the arctic explorer, died, aged

35, 1857, First Tot. Abst. Society, 1826. little better over the palate ? Just 14 Fr. Št. Val. day. {cars Cook killed, so a few roots make poor hay a 15 Sa. 8 in 8. Önc. L. tides.little more endurable, and the

stock will relish a basket of roots 16 E. Sexagesima Sunday.

now and then. It will be an 17 Mo. 6 84. { Pro. Cong? Search, 2.171, 67. agreeable change from the monot18 Tu. (r. 1. {Sapen. Doner, men med 107, History ony of swale hay and cornstalks, 19 W. & in Perihelion. ( in Ap. and I tell you it pays. Daniel 20 Th. gr. elong. E.

Snow!

Webster used to say that an ani21 Fr.

mal would fatten on salt hay and may be expected about

turnips; and if it won't fatten on 22 Sa. 6 HC. [Sun. H. ti. swale hay and turnips, it will keep 23 E. Quinquagesima - Shrove in good condition on them, and it 24 Mo. 6 21(Oh O. St. Matt. is all you can expect of store cat25 Tu. 8 8 . Shrove Tuesday. store hogs in good condition on

tle this month. You may keep 26 W. 16 P V. 6! (. 69 C. raw mangolds alone, from Novem27 Th. stat. [Ash Wed. ber to March, with nothing else. 28 Fr. Deerfield, Mass., burned by this Now don't fail to lay in a good 29 Sa. Miss Iucy Aiken, the author- time. supply of them next fall, and try

Mix the muck and loam in with the manure under the barn, pile up the compost heaps, and keep out the surface water. Give poultry plenty of fish offal and scraps.

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1868.

MARCH, Third Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. m.Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.

7 S.17 7 4 58 13 2 37 19 OS 14 25 2 7 2 6 54 8 4 3+ 14 2 13 20 ON 9 26 2 31 3 6 31 9 4 11 15 1 49 21 0 33 27 2 54 6 8 10 3 47 16 1 26 22 0 57 28

18 5 44 11 3 24 17 1 2 23 1 20 29

41 5 21 12 3 0 18 0 38 24 1 44 30 4 4

First Quarter, 2d day, Oh. 5m., morning.
O Full Moon, 8th day, 3h. 38m.; evening.
(Last Quarter, 15th day, 10h. 45m., evening.
• New Moon, 24th day, 2h. 15m., morning.
) First Quarter, 31st day, 7h. 41m., morning.
9 Length
Day's O! Full Sea,

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Morn Even

Place.
R.

Souths. m. h. 1 SU.6 3515 51 11 16 2 12 12 71 4 41 arm 0 7

5 50 2 Mo.6 34 5 52 11 18 2 14 12 8 5 54 arm 1 12 6 46 3 Tu. 16 325 53 11 21 2 17 12 9 64 69 br. 2 15 7 44 4 W. 16 30 5 54 11 24 2 20112 10 71 8 br. 3 14 8 43 5 Th. 16 28 5 55 11 272 23 12 11 83 9 h’rt 4 8 9 43 6 Fr. 16.2715 57 11 30 2 26 1112 9110 h'rt 4 57 10 41 7 Sa. 16 25 5 58 11 332 29 11 13 10,5 11 bel. 5 40 11 37 8 SU. 6 24 5 59 11 35 2 31 110 111 112 bel. rises. morn. 9 Mo. 6 22 6 0 11 382 34 11 15

rei. 7 10 0 32 10 Tu. 6 2016 1 11 412 37 1016

3 rei. 8 21 1 24 11 W. 6 18 6 2 11 44 2 40 10 17 11 11 rei. 9 28 2 15 12 Th. 16 17 6 4 11 47 2 43 10 18 2 21 sec. 10 31 3 6 13 Fr. 6 15 6 511 502 46 919 23 sec. 11 31 3 55 14 Sa. 6 13 6 6 11 53 2 49 920 3,1 33 thi. morn. 4 44 15 SU.6 126 711 55 2 51. 921

43thi. 0 29 5 33 16 Mo. 6 106 8 11 58 2 54 9 22

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1 23 6 21 17 Tu. 6 816 9 12 1 2 57 823

2 13 7 9 18W. 6 6 6 10 12 4 3 0 8 24 7 74 ko. 2 57 7 56 19 Th. 16 56 12 12 7 3 3 8 251 8 84 legs 3 37 8 43 20 Fr. 6 3 6 13 12 10 3 6 7 26 81 91 legs 4 13 9 29 21 Sa. 16 16 14 12 13 3 9 727 9 10 feet 4 46 10 14 22 SU.5 596 15 12 16 3 12 728 101 103 feet 5 17 10 59 23 Mo. 15 586 16 12 18 3 14 6 29 11 114 feet sets. 11 44 24 Tu. 15 566 17 12 21 3 17 6 0 114 h'd 6 50 0 29 25 W. 15 54 6 18 12 24 3 20 6 1

7 52 1 15 26 Th. 5 52 5 19 12 27 3 23 6 2

i n'k 8 56 2. 4 27 Fr. 5 51 6 20 12 29 3 25 5 3 11 1 n'k 10 1 2 54 28 Sa. 15 496 22 12 33 3 295 4 21 21 arm 11 5 3 46 29 SU.5 476 23 12 363 32 5 5 3 37 arm morn. 4 41 30 Mo. 15 45 6 24 12 39 3 35 4 6 38 41 br. 08 5 38

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time by the forelock, and lay out 3 Tu. 6 C. (ru. high. L. ti. 4 w. ist. Nebraska admitted Sudden driving upon you. Look out now

the work of spring before it comes 5 Th. 16 21. ŞPeace Convention at

for good men to hire. The best 6 Fr. (in Per. C. F. Brown, known as will be engaged if you put it off

“Artemus Ward, d., 1867. to the last minute.
7 Sa. 36th. Aurora Borealis first
changes.

Patch up the 8 D. 2d Su. in Lent. 6 8 0 Inf. shingles, and nails; stop the leaks

buildings and fences with hammer, 9 Mo. H. ti. Congridere

, and even friend here and there, fix up the doors and 10 Tu. 6 HÒ. States. letecinde Heme: shutters, and the posts that are 11 W. Wilmot, N. H., aged 100 yrs. 2 mos., 1867. loosened by the frost; overhaul 12 Th. the Monitor andan Mertinge in Very the roots in the cellar, and sort

them over; pick out the rotten 13 Fr.

Charles River, at Boston, crossed cool. ones, and clean up generally with

on ice by sleighs, 1856. 14 Sa. 6 h c. h stat. Mbati Firetrosces air and whitewash. A mixture of 15 D. 3d Sun. in Lent. the Alleghany coal-tar and mortar will stop any

rat holes; they're not apt to gnaw 16 Mo. stat. 6 $ . (r. low.

on it much. Open surface drains 17 Tu. St. Patrick. [Low ti. in your pastures and meadows to 18 W. (in Apogee. Rain, or let off any standing water. Can't 19 Th. {17hne Sand, atorm in New perhaps you lead that brook round on the 20 Fr. Oent. 90. Sp’ng beg. stat. slope of the hill

, and irrigate an

acre or two It has a wonderful 21 Sa. 1320th. Mass. Leg. ratifies Am't

snow. effect on the grass, and a few min22 D. 4th S.in L. 6 § (.68 (utes will often do a good deal. 23 Mo. 621 6. Expect fine Top dress your fields and pastures 24 Tu. 6oc. {Tremtredet mees, Japan and with plaster, or any of the well25 W. 8 in 88. Ånnunciatn. H. ti. known fertilizers you may prefer.

Now is the time. Sow clover on 26 Th. f in Per. { Printing introduced into

lands seeded down last fall. Do 27 Fr. 69(.{Frencacaidise nuania, de la re it if you can on a light snow. It 28 Sa. {Planera, solis- weather for a will guide the eye. The land is 29 D. Šth Sun. in Lent. On its way down. Plough as soon 30 Mo. 329th. Swedenborg died, few days. as the land is ready. Stock needs 31 Tu. HC. ( runs high.

to Constitution, 1867.

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care now

1868

APRIL, Fourth Month.

m.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d. m. Days. d.

1 4751 7 7 7 13 9 20 19 11 27 25 13
2 5 14 8 7 30 14 9 41 20 11 47 26 13
5 37

9 7 52 15 10 3 21 12 7 27 14
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10 22 12 27 28

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5 6 22 11 8 36 17 10 45 23 12 47 29 14

45 12 8 58 18 11 6! 24 13 7 30 15

27 46

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O Full Moon, 7th day, 2h. 33m., morning.

Last Quarter, 14th day, 5h. 51m., evening.

New Moon, 22d day, 3h. 36m., evening.
) First Quarter, 29th day, 1h. 34m., evening.

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