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More in the east! How coldly fair

It breaks upon my fevered eye!
How chides the calm and chilly air !

How chides the pure and pearly sky!
Aspeets, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar.
1 Me. Circum. H. ti. Amani of Emanci- THE work of another twelve
2 Tu. stationary. More change-months is before us. Let not the
3 W. Massachusetts and Maine

able,

new year find us idle. No great

work was ever accomplished, no 4 Th.

grand suecesš gained, no good 5 Fr. in 98.

or rain character formed, either on the 6 Sa. Epiphany. (taff's Day. farm, in the workshop, or at the 7 G. 1st S.after Epiph. St. Dis

desk, by idle habits or hours mis8 Mo. $sta. Meeting in Faneuil FIall in ad er spent. Activity of mind or body

suffering citizens of Savannah, '63. is the way to happiness, content9 Tu. (in Apogee, Low tides. ment, and prosperity. A busy 10 W.6h (.

man for me. Put a little more 11 Th. Mercury froze in Mont13

Much

work on his shoulders, and he does 12 Fr. 13th. Balling from Beaufort, N.C., of see- net fiinch. He can bear up under

it when a lazy man would falter. 13 Sa. gr. elong. W. 6.2. Work is no hardship, for it brings 14 G. 2d S.af.Ep. 8 8 C. (ru. l. along its satisfactions and its con15 Mo. 6 ( 621 c. 68 c. quest. But what can we do now? 16 Tu, 15th. Sudden death of the Ilon.

Much! Lay out the work for the
Edward Everett, aged 71, 16. finer,
17 W.
Rebels evac, and blow up High ti. taken care of. They won't come out

summer. There are the cattle to be 18 Th. 17th. Dest. of men. Patarsco in Charles- weil in spring if neglected now. 19 Fr. 18th. Public meeting in Faneuil Hall of There is the wood pile to be looked 20 Sa. 17th. Dr. Franklin

with

after. A few hours' smart chop

very 21 G. 3d S. after Epiph.

ping won't hurt anybody nowa6.

days. There's the poultry-yard. 22 Mo. $ Lord Byron bornar af Britha, nes... Hers want a little care as well as 23 Tu. in 8. ( in Per. cold cows, and sheep, and pigs. Give 24 W. Burning of Smithsonian Inst. Low ti them a warm, sunny house, a lit25 Th. € $ $. Conv. St. Paul. potatoes and a few bones to pick,

tle sand or gravel to roll in, a few 26 Fr.

nights. and if they don't begin to lay soon 27 Sa. 16 8 4.676. (ru.hi. it's their own fault, and not yours. 28 G. Septuagesima S. Wind,with And then there's the newspaper 29 Mo. 684. prohibiting slavery, vs. 331st. Pass. of const, amend. and the farm-book. Get the best,

and read it now that you have time. 30 Tu. some snow or rain. A good, well-selected farmer's li31 W. oho. High tides. brary is a treasure at this season.

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FEBRUARY, Second Month.

O's Doclination.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days.k. 1. Days. h. m.Days. A. m. Days. lh. m. Days. h.

17 S. 1 7 15 13 13 13 15 19 11 10 25 8
2 16 43 8 14 54 14 12 55! 20 10 48 26 8

16 26 9 14 34 15 12 341 21 10 27 27 8

16 8 10 14 16 16 12 13 22 10 5 28 7
5 15 50 11 13 55 17 11 52 23 9 43
6 15 31 12 13 35 18 11 311 24 9 211

59 36 14 51

< Last Quarter, 7th day, 2h. 55m., evening.

New Moon, 15th day, 5h. 29m., morning.
First Quarter, 220 day, Oh. 4m., morning.
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m. h.

of Days. Incre.
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41 5

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1 Th. 17 14 15 14/10 010 56 14 16|12|123| bel. 729 1 16 2 Fr. 7 13 5 1610 3 0 59 14.17. 1 11 bel. 8 30 2 2 3 Sa. 7 12 5 17 10 5 1 114 18 13 2 rei.

9 29 2 47 4 SU.7 11 5 18 10 7 1 3 14 19 21 24 rei. 10 27 3 31 5 Mo. 7 10 15 19 10 9 1 5 14 20 3 34 rei. 11 24 4 14 6 Tu. 7 8 5 21 10 131 9 14 21

sec. morn. 4 58 7 W. 7 75 22 10 15 1 11 14 22

sec. 0 21 5 42 8 Th. 7 6 5 23 10 171 13 14 23 51 53|thi.

1 17 6 28 9 Fr. 17 55 25 10 20 1 16 14 24 61 62| thi. 2 11 7 15 10 Sa. 17 4 5 26 10 221 18 15 25 71 7| thi. 3 4 8 4 11 SU.7 2 5 27 10 251 21 15 26 84 83 kn.

8 55 12 Mo. 7 1 5 29 10 28 1 24 15 27 9

9.3 kn.

4 43 19 47 13 Tu. 6 59 5 30 1031 1 27 14 28 10 104 legs 5 26 10 39 14 W. 16 58 5 31 10 33 1 29 14 29 11 114 legs sets. 11 32 15 Th. 6 5715 3210 35 1 31 14 3 114 12 feet 6 11 0 25 16 Fr, 16 56 15 34 10 38 1 3414| 1 123 feet 7 21

1 17 17 Sa. 16 54 5 35 10 41 1 37 14 2 127 1 h'd 8 32 2 10 18 SU.6 53 5 36 10 43 1 39 14 3 11 14 h'd 9 43 3 3 19 Mo. 6 51 5 37 10 461 42 14 4 21 24 h'd 10 54 3 57 20 Tu. 16 50 5 39 10 49 1 45 14 5 3 34 n'k morn. 4 52 21 W. 16 48 5 40 10 52 1 48 14 6

0 3 5 48 22 Th. 16 47 5 41 10 541 50 14 7

arm! 1 9 6 44 23 Fr. 6 45 5 43 10 58 1 54 14 8 6 63 arm 2 10 7 40 24 Sa. 16 44 44 11 01 56 13 9 74 73 br. 3 6 8 36 25 SU.6 42 5 45 11 3 1 59 13 10 81 82 br. 3 56 9 29 26 Mo. 6 41 5 4611 5 2 1 13 11 91 9h'rt | 4 40 10 20 27 Tu. 6 39 15 4711 8 2 4 13 12 10 101 h’rt | 5 19 11 9 28 W. 16 385 49 11 11 2 7 13 13 11 117 bel. 554 11 56

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VENUS will be morning star antil Feb. 25th; then evening star till Dec. 11th, and morning star again the rest of the year,

JUPITER will be morning star until July 20th; then evening star the rest of the

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D. W.

* There is not a sound
Save of the skater's heel, and there is laid
An icy finger on the lip of streams,
And the clear icicle hangs cold and still,

And the snow-fall is noiseless as a thought.
Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar. Wcather, &c. 1 Th. /{ Con estens herida role of thanks SPEAKING of chickens, reminds 2 Fr. 8 in Aphel.

Purification. me that they may be made a source

of considerable profit on a farm if 3 Sa. Ist. Illinois Legislature ratifies the

they are properly selected and 4 G. Sexa. S. 334. The comend. ratified by

Massachusetts Leg., ". bred, and well taken care of. Give 5 Mo. $3d. Peace conference at Hampton Roads me the Dorkings for table birds. 6 Tu. hc. (in

Apo. Cool, They lay we

Cool, They lay well, and attain good size 7W. 35th & 6th, Battle of Hateher's with

early in the spring. They are useRun, Va., 65.

ful as well as ornamental. But the 8 Th. in Aph. Low ti. rain Black Spanish are the everlasting 9 Fr. Ş8th. Elec: votes.counted by Cong: in joint layers. Never saw any thing like 10 Sa. ( runs low.

them. or snow.

They may not lay so well

in winter as the Brahmapootras, 11 G. Quinquagesima. Shrove S. in win

or some of the other Asiatic breeds, 12 Mo. 6410

Expect a but they are fine eating birds for 13 Tu.ŏ 5 c. Senied in Washington, and the table, lay large eggs and plenty 14 W.6$ ( Ash Wed. St.Val. of them; and though they may be 15 Th. 78 ( High tides... very show their independence, they gen

a little disposed to wander and 16 Fr. Nevada, the youngest State, ratifes

erally pay about as well, taking 17 Sa. Columbia, cap. of s.c. entered cold the year through, as any other 18 G. ist S. in L. 6 Vc.(in-Per. fowl. Between the Dorkings and 19 Mo.{be

forces, &. S. flag hoisted on Sump., '65. little difficult to choose. They are 20 Tu. h stationary. snap. both excellent, thrifty, and desira21 W. {Ft. Anderson, near Wilmington, cap

tured by Union troops and fleet, "65.ble breeds. As to the pure dung22 Th. gr. hel. lat. S. Low ti. hill fowls that they talk so much 23 Fr. 16 C. (r.h. {2

222. Wilmington about, it is difficult to find them 24 Sa. St. Matthias. Warmer,

with

now. They have got mixed up 25 G. 2d S. in Lent. 6 r o sup. knows what they are.

so with other breeds that nobody

Like our 26 Mo. 3 Gen. Grant appoint

ed lieut.-Gen64. snow or rain." native" cows, they are made up 27 Tu. l1220General celebration in all the loyal of everything under the sun. Mind 28 W. victories, and of the birthday of Wash- you, I don't go in for fancy stock,

but we might as well look to profit, ind keep an eye on the results, and you'll find it pays better in the end to keep the best, if you can tell what that is. Feed them well, at any rate.

the const. annend., '65.

captured, 85.

ington, '65.

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MARCH, Third Month.

Astronomical Calculations.
Days. h. m. Daye. h. m. Days. lh. m. Days. h. m. Days. lh.

1 7 S.28 7 5 10 13 2 49 19 0 26 25 1 55
2 7 5 8 4 46 14 2 25 20 0 3 26 2 19
3 6 42 9 4. 23 15 2 1 21 ON 21 27 2. 42

19 10 3 59 16 1 38 22 0 45 28 3 6 5 56 11

36 17 1 14 23 1 8. 29 3 29
5 33 12 3 12 18 0 51 24 1 32 30 3 63
O Full Moon, 1st day, 7h. 8m., morning.
( Last Quarter, 9th day, 11h. 8m., morning.
• New Moon, 16th day, 4h. 53m., evening.
) First Quarter, 23d day, 8h. 18m., morning.
O Full Moon, 30th day, 11h. 47m., evening:
Length Day's

Full Sea,
OD

D
of Days. Incre.

Morn Even R. h. m. in.

Place. h.

h. 1|Th. 16 36 15 50|11 14 12 10 1310 111/12 | bel. 6 18 morn. 2 Fr. 6 34 5 51 11 17 2 13 12 15

el.1 7 17 0 41 3 Sa: 6 33 5 52 11 19 2 15 12 16 12 1 rei. 8 15 1 25 4 SU. 6 31 5 54 11 23 2 19 12 17 11

9 13 2 9 5 Mo. 6 29 5 55 11 26 2 22 12 18 14 2 sec. 10 10.2 53 6 Tu. | 6 28 5 56 11 28 2 24 11 19 27 29 sec. 11 6 3 37 7W. 6 26 5 57 11 31 2 27 11 20 3

31

sec. morn. 4 22 8 Th. 16 24 5 58 11 34 2 30 11 21 4

0 1 5 8 9 Fr. 6 23 5 59 11 362 32 11 22 41 5 thi. 0 545 56 10 Sa. | 6 21 6 1 11 40 2 36 10 23 51 6 kn. 1 44 6 44 11 SU. 6 19 6 2 11 43 2 39 10 24 63 7. kn. 2 32 7 35 12 Mo. 6 18 6 3 11 45 2 41 10 25/ 71 8 kn. 3 17 8 26 13 Tu. 6 16 6 4 11 48 2 44 10 26 83 9 legs 3-59 9 18 14 W. 6 14 6 5 11 51 2 47 927 9110 legs 4 38 10 10 15 Th. 6 12 6 6 11 54 2 50 928102 103 feet 5 15 11 3 16 Fr; 6 11 6 8 11 57 2 53 9 114 114 feet sets. 11 57 17 Sa. 16 9 6 9 12 0 2 56 81 112 h'd 7 23 0 51 18 SU. 6 7 6 10 12 3 2 59 8 2 124 127 hd 8 35 1 46 19 Mo. 6 6 6 11 12 53 1 8 3 1 13 n'k 9 47 | 2 43 20 Tu. 6 4 6 12 12 8 3 4 81 4 2 23 n'k 10 57 3 41 21 W. 6 2 6 13 12 11 3 7 7 5 23 34 arm morn. 4 38 22 Th. 6 0 6 14 12 14 3 10 7 6 41 arm 0 3 5 36 23 Fr. 559 6 15 12 16 3 12 7 7 49

1 2 6 32 24 Sa. 5 57 6 16 12 19 3 15 6 8 52

1 54 7 26 25 SU.5 55 16 18 12 23 3 19 6 9 7 7 h'rt 2 39 8 17 26 Mo. 5 53 6 19 12 26 3 22 6101 8 81 l’rt 3 19 9 6 27 Tu. 5 52 6 20 12 28 3 24 511 9 91 h’rt 3 55| 9 53 28 W. 5 506 21 12 31 3 27 512 9 10 bel. 4 27 10 38 29 Th. 5 48 6 22 12 34 3 30 5 13 102 103 bel. 4 57 11 22 30 Fr. 5 46 6 23 12 373 33 50 11 114 rei. 5 26 morn.

4| thi.

51 br. 64 br.

MARCH hath 31 days.

1866.

Storm has been on the hills. The days now pass

As if repose upon the hours should creep;
And the dark clouds, that gather at the morn,

In dull, impenetrable masses sleep.

D. M.)

D. W.

Kinston, N.C.
surrenders.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,

Farmer's Calendar.' Weather, &c. 1 Th. | : 80. St. David. H. tị. Do you live in a canker-worm 2 Fr. $ .{Sheridan de motor company region If not they are fast spread3 Sa. gr. hel. lat. S. Cool and ing, and they'll soon be down upon 4 G. 3d Š. in L. {Apláncoda inaugurated you, li you neglected to guard

President 20 time, '65. against them last October, now is 5 Mo. {tico, die miled to Maline , here the only time to protect yourself

. 6Tu.Nó hệ ( in Apogee. They

They run up the middle or last of 7 w. blustering.

October and November, and in 8 Th. stationary. Sonse

warm spells in winter, and then

again the latter part of this month, 9 Fr. Low ti. Both house Weile nation. The icmale is wingless, the male 10 Sa. (runs I. {Brebel Congress, C.

Bill to arnu slaves

passed Alies. Watch for their ascent in 11 G. 4th S. in L. Gold med. vot by Con. October, and put a strip of sheep

preso to Gen. Grans *65. skin, with the wool on, -around 12 Mo. 646. {k

the tree, and dip the wool with 13 Tu. 8 in . Favetterille, tale snow. rock oil or crude petroleum. Re14 W. {amen of'rend prompted out chiomonid, most peat the smearing with oil every 15|Th.18 3 4

Fine,

few days. Do the same again in 16 Fr. 8 8 . {l Pa., and other states

March. But if you neglected this

precaution, look for the eggs near 17 Sa. 6 PC 6 * (. St. Pat. the ends of the branches, in little 18] G. 5th S. in L, & in P. (in P. round clusters, each containing 19 Mo. Severe fighting by Sherman at Golds-nearly two hundred eggs. The 20 Tu. 08 0. Oent. 9. Spr.beg. eggs of the tent caterpillar com

pletely encircle the twigs, like a Goythos forceshomes followed by bracelet.

Now where you see 22 Th.

and Terry meet at Goldsb., '65. snow either the round patches of eggs, 23 Fr. 6 Š ((r. high. Low ti. or the rings of caterpillar eggs, 24 Sa. 6 V.

$ 25th. Brilliant victory take them off and burn them, and

you'll do a good job, and save your 25 G. Palm Sunday. Annunc.

fruit and your neighbors' too. I 26 Mo. gr. elong. E. or rain. tell you it's worth taking care of. 27 Tu. Seferencana Sheridan, calciu Porto The cost need not be over twenty28 W. gr. hel. lat. N.

five cents a tree. The value of the 29 Th. Sarmy of Potomac advances, and defeats fruit will pay for it many times

over. It is a melancholy sight in 30 Fr. vo. Good Friday.

June to see fruit trees all scorched 31 Sa. High tides.

and leafless; it won't pay.

. ,

at Fort Steadman, '65.

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