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D. W.

manures.

State election in Maine.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Th. 8 in Aph. Pleasant CORN may be cut as soon as it is 2 Fr. {6th, 208 persones Avondalemine. well glazed, and stooked careful

Plymouth, Pa., by a fire at the ent., '69. ly on the field. Bind it tight, to 3 Sa. 1 6 hl.

weather, shed the rains. If you have 4 B. Low tides.

grain to thrash, it is best to do it 5 Mo. ( runs low. Dog Days end. early. Look to see that it is 6 Tu. State election in Vermont.

well done. If you have to buy 7W. 36th: Gen. Rawlins. Sec. War, with straw, it is better to do it in died, aged 37, 1869.

thrashing time. No farmer should 8 Th. gr. elong. E.

sell straw, hay, or corn stalks, 9 Fr. 38th. Tremendous gale on N. E.

some unless he spends the money for 10 Sa. High tides. [lives lost, '89. extra

The cabbages, 11 B. { 8th Sen. Fessenden, of showers.

and root crops need weeding Me., d., aged 62. 1860. 12 Mo. 6 WC.

again, erhaps. If you can ap

ply a little liquid manure now, 13 Tu. Quebec taken, Wolfe killed. Expect it will push ahead these crops 14 W. ( in Apo. {Aborn, 17. umboldt very rapidly. Pastures may now 15 Th. oho.

be dressed with fine manures, 16 Fr. Sharp frost in N. E., 1840.

like ashes, lime, or bone dust. early

The fall rains will soak them into 17 Sa. 216

the surface. Grass seed may be 18 B. 10. ( runs high. sown.

In fact it is the best time, 19 Mo. Low tides.

on the whole, to lay down lands 20 Tu. 6 ( in Perih.

to grass; and if there are any

spots on the mowing lots, or on 21 W. 16 (. $ stat.

the pastures, that need re-sced22 Th. George III. crowned, 1761. frosts.ing, sow now upon the surface, 23 Fr. O ent. 2. Autumn beg. and go over with a harrow. 24 Sa. Days and nights nearly Rather Winter wheat, and rye ought to

equal. 25 B. 1 6 8 D.

go in now, on land well prepared.

Rye is a good and paying crop: 26 Mo.) in Perigee. dull

Why don't you raise more of it? 27 Tu. High tides.

Every farmor ought to raise 28/W.

and enough for his own use. 29 Th. {Rewelution in Spain.y. Pureen Isabella have feed enough, it is a good 30 Fr. 6 h).

time to buy more cattle or sheep. changeable. The more stock, the more ma

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OCTOBER, Tenth Month.

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How quiet, through the hazy autumn air,

The elm-boughs wave with many a gold-flecked leaf! How calmly float the dreamy-mantled clouds

Through these still days of Autumn, fair and brief!

MRS. STOWE.

D. M.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

manure

1 Sa. ( runs low.

HARVESTING continues through 2 B. Low tides.

Good this month on niost farms. Some 3 Mo. 6 $ o inferior.

of the roots may come out of the

ground towards the close, but as 4 Tu. and comfortable weather.

a general rule this is the month 5 W. Great snow storm in U. S., 1836. of greatest growth of swedes 6 Th. Louis Philippe born, 1773. for the and mangolds. The barn-yard 7 Fr. { and may be cleared, the issues a declaration of rights, 1765.

hauled out, and ploughed in. It 8 Sa.

season. will be so much gain upon the 9. B. 10 g ( .

spring's work. The yard should 10 Mo. in 8. High tides. then receive a dressing of muck 11 Tu. 6 $ $. ( in Apogee.

or loam, enough to act as an ab

sorbent for any liquid manures 12 W. § stat. & gr. hel. lat. N.

that would run to waste. Some 13 Th. 8 HO. Vermont Legislature meets. compost manures in heaps on the 14 Fr. 4 stat. 8 in Perih. field, but this makes a great deal 15 Sa. 16 46.

Changes of extra work. It is a good plan 16 B. ( runs high.

to haul muck to the barn, or store

it in the cellar, or somewhere 17 Mo. 6 H (.

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under cover for use in winter. 18 Tu. Low tides.

It is a good time to cut timber. 19 W. $ gr. elong. W. 6 (. The wood is now matured for the 20 Th. OHO.

dull. year, and it is better to cut all 21 Fr. Man shocks of earthquake in Califor-deciduous trees at this season

than later. Something may be 22 Sa.

Becomes done in getting the buildings, 23 B. 1 6 $ (.

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fences, &c., ready for winter. In 24 Mo. ( in Perigee.

stormy weather,

inside

work is to be preferred, and any 25 Tu. ? gr. hel. lat. N.

needed repairs should be made 26 W. High tides.

in the barn. How is the fall feed 27 Th. 25th. St. Crispin's Day. fine in the mowing lots ? Don't let 28 Fr. 6 h (.

the cattle eat too closely. A part 29 Sa. ( runs low.

may be fed off if it is heavy, but 301 B. 31st. President Lincoln pro

close feeding is bad economy.

and Don't forget to attend the fairs 31 Mo. the Union, 1864.

pleasant. in your neighborhood.

some

claims Nevada a State of

1870.

NOVEMBER, Eleventh Month.

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2 14 51 8 16 40 14 18 19 20 1946 26 21
3 15 10 9 16 57 15 18 34 21 20 0 27 21
4 15 28 10 17 14 16 18 49 22 20 13 28 21

15 47 11 17 31 17 19 4 23 20 25 29 21
16 5 12 17 47 18 19 19 24 20 371 30 21

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NOVEMBER hath 30 days.

1870.

The Frost Spirit comes to our happy homes,

And chases the out-door flowers away,
Let us keep our hearts warm, and no outward storm

Will sadden us in November's day.

D. M.

D. W.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.

1 Tu. W stat.

Finel The roots must be stored ear2W. Low tides.

ly this month. Let them dry a 3 Th. Drake returns from a voyage

little in the sun or wind, before around the world, 1580. for putting them in bulk. The work 4 Fr. Erie Canal celebration, 1826.

of handling them over is very 5 Sa. 6 °C

some considerable; but it pays to dry 6) B. John A. Andrew elected Governor of them, and even to let them

Massachusetts, 1860. 7 Mo. 8th. State election in Mass. days.

"sweat” a little in the pile.

Husking should be hurried up 8 Tu. C in Apogee.

now. There is the top-dressing 9 W. High tides.

to go on also. A good top-dress10 Th. Mahomet born, 570.

High ing protects the grass roots, and 11 Fr. 646 68 9.

if the surface is level, the waste 12 Sa. ( runs high.

of manure is very slight. Many

a piece may be kept in good 13| B. 3 H (.

and

grass by a frequent top-dressing, 14 Mo. Splendid meteoric showers, 1868. and grass is the crop that we 15 Tu. Kepler died, 1630.

cold want in New England. Continue 16 W. Low tides.

to cart out, and plough in ma17 Th. 68 (. 8 in 9.

nure, if this job is not already winds.

finished. Cattle ought to be 18 Fr. Great eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, 1868. housed early, and not exposed 19 Sa. Display of shooting stars in England, 1832.

Expect to the chilling storms. Cows in 201 B. Cape of Good Hope first doubled, 1497.

milk will fall off, unless care is 21 Mo. c in Perigee.

taken to bring them gradually to

the winter feeding, by nieans of 22 Tu. 6 o sup.

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turnips, or other succulent fod23 W. 16 & c.

Fattening animals should 24 Th. hc. High tides.

now be pushed forward rapidly,

It 25 Fr. ( runs low.

hogs and sheep especially. rain.

won't do to let them fall off now. 26 Sa. Eddystone Light destroyed, 1708.

Trim grape vines and fruit trees. 27 B. ( in Aphelion. Getting Protect half-hardy plants. Snug 28 Mo. Earthquake in New England, 1814. up, and get things in order for a 29 Tu.

colder.

Better house and long winter.

feed young cattle early. Don't 30 W. Low tides.

let them gnaw the grass down to the roots. Start the farmer's club.

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