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D. M.

D. W.

Strange that the audible stillness of the noon,
The turning to the light of leaves in June,
Strange that they fill not, with their tranquil tone,
The spirit !
Aspects,_Holidaya, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 Fr. 1 Nat7 fast in sorrow for the sudden and Keep down the weeds. Twon't

violent death of Abraham Lincoln. 2 Sa. 1610

President of the do to let them get ahead. Per3 G. 1st S.af.Tr.320: The per part order haps you haven't got through

planting yet. Hurry up. Scratch 4 Mo. 33d. Gen. Sherman entertained by the

over the surface of planted fields 5 Tu. 13d. Surrender of the rebel paval forces as often as you can. Thin out the 6 W. Low

ti. leaves Wash. for the nor., 6. hill has been missed or pulled up,

sn.u. Leg.meets. Gen. Grant corn if it stands too thick. If a 7 Th. I 6th, The Toth annual convention of Am. Med. Assoc. in Boston, 5.

transplant from another, or else 8 Fr. 6 C.{itby Boste Bar a Fradies put in beans and turnips. Weed

9 Sa. 1 6 C. in 8. out the carrots. They must be 10) G. 20 Sund. af. Trin. Fine, kept clean.

If the seed failed in 11 Mo. 68 (. St. Barn. (in Per. places, put in turnips. Hot, dry 12 Tu. The once children murdered at West Weather is the best time to kill

Cattle must have pure 13 W. 16 HC. (rh. High ti. water at this season. Don't over. 14 Th. in Per. 6 °C. The congre

The nation- stock your pastures. One good 15 Fr. Rational Conncë opens

with some cow, well fed, pays better than 16 Sa. 6 § Osup. mun.consc.at Lowes kept in clean, dry yards or pens,

$ 17th. Ladd & Whitney two half fed. Calves do better 17 G. 3d S. aft. Trin. Sec. Seward an.

the with a little grass cut for them 18 Mo. withdrawal by France al belligerent rights

every day, than turned out at pas19 Tu. News received of withdrawal of said bel- ture too young. Be ready to be. 20/W. 6 $ .L.ti. Peace cald'vet, sol, 6. much grass to cut, some of it must

Rox.cel. the return of gin haying early. If you have 21 Th. o ent

.. Summer beg. be cut a trifle too carly, and some 22 Fr. 4 gr. hel. lat. N. 6 h (. a bit too late. Far better too ear23 Sa. (in Ap. {2100 Mercome iniciar a ly than too late. Grass is less apt 24 G. 4th S.aft. Ir. 8 gr.hel.lat. N. to be hurt by hot and dry weather 25 Mo. 6 HO.

şzd. Death of admiral when cut quite green. In wet

days get the tools in order. Mow26 Tu.

ing machines ought to be taken 27 W. (runs low. showers. apart, and the gum and dict cleaned 28 Th. High tides. Rather cooler. out from the journals and boxes, 29 Fr. 64 C.St.Pe.SN.H. h.ofr. adopts fresh oiled, and all the nuts screwed

const. umend., 63. up and the rivets tightened. Keep

the compost heap growing up.

in Boston, '65.

28th. Conclusion of trial of assassination

conspirators, '63.

30 Sa. {Topened, "Gs.

The railroad to Manassas Junction

1866.

JULY, Seventh Month.

@'s Declination.

Astronomical Calculations. Days. lk. m. Daya. h. m. Days. IN. m. Days. h. m. Days. h. 1 23 N.7 7 22 35 13 21

49 19

20

49 25" 19 2 23 2 8 22 28 14 21 40 20 20 38 26 19 3 22 58 9' 22 21 15 21 3021 20 27 27 19

22 52 10 22 13 16 21 21 22 20 16 28 18

22 47 11 22 6 17 121 11 23 20 3 29 18 6 22 41 12 21 57 18 21 0 24 19 50 30 18

m. 37 24 11 57 43 28

( Last Quarter, 5th day, 9h. 20m., morning,
New Moon, 12th day, Oh. 51m., mo

morning
First Quarter, 19th day, 4h. 59m., morning.
O Full Moon, 27th day, 11h. 29m., morning.

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3 22 3. Tu. 4 27 7 40 15 13 0 4 4 21 3 31 feet 10 51

4 11 4 W. 4 28 7 40 15 12 10 51 422 334 hd 11 24 O 5 Th. | 4 29 7 39 | 15 10 |0 7| 423 42 5 |hd 11 59

5 50 6 Fr. 4 29 7 39 15 100 7 4 24 5,3 6 n'k morn. 6 42 7 Sa. 4 307 39 15 9 10 8 525 61 77 n’k 0:6

7 36 8 SU.4 31 7 38 15 70 10 5 26 781 n'k 1 18

8 33 9 Mo. 4 31 7 38 15 70 10 5.27 81 94 arm 2 7

9 32 10 Tu. 4 32 7 38 15 610 11 5 28 9 10 arm 3 310 32 11 W. 4 33 7 37 15 40 13 5 29 108 111 br. 4 3 11 32

12. Th. 14 33 7 37 15 40 13 5 011) br. sets. 0 30 13 Fr. 4 34 7 36 | 15 20 15 5 11 0 127 h’rt 8 26

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9 4 14 Sa. 14 357 35 15 00 17 6 2 12 11 h'rt

2 18 15 SU.4 36 7 35 14 59 0 18 63 11 2 bel. 9 36

3 7 16 Mo. 4 37 7 34 14 57 10 20 6 4 21 23 bel. 10 6

3 53 17 Tu. 4 38 7 34 14 56 0 21 65 3 34 rei. 10 36

4 38 18 W. 4 387 33 14 55 10 22 61 6 331 4 rei. 11 6 19 Th. 4 39 7 32 14 53 0 24 6 7 4.4 5 rei. (11 36

6 6 20 Fr. 4 40 7 31 14 51 0 26 6 8 57 59 sec. morn.

6 50 21 Sa. 4 41 7 30 14 49 0 28 6 9 63 64 sec. 08

7 36 22 SU.4 427 29 14 470 30 610 74 731 thi.

0 44 8 22 23 Mö. 4 43 7 29 14 460 31 611 8

1 24 9 10 24 Tu. 4 447 28 14 440 33 612 9

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9 59 25 W. 4 45 7 27 14 42 0 35 9101 kn.

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2 58 10 49 26 Th. 4 46 7 26 14 400 37 6 14 10,11 kn.

3 52 11 39 27 Fr. 4 47 7 25 14 38 0 39 6 0 114 115 legs rises. morn. 28 Sa. 4 48 7 24 14 36 0 41 616 0 legs 7 47 0 29 29 SU.4 49 7 23 14 34 0 43 6 17 12 1 feet 8 22 119 30 Mo. 4 50 7 22 14 320 45 6 18 1

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JULY hath 31 days.

1866.

The clouds pass suddenly away,
And the blue sky is like a newer world,
And the sweet growing things, forest and flower,
Are all breathing up odors to the very heaven.

forces, 63.

Mexico, '64.

Battle of Tapaluci,

Tenn., '64.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 11 G. 15th S. af. Tr. {Base, '2d, , eta

Batof Gettysburg, Get on with the haying as fast 2 Mo. 34th. Vicksburg surrenders to U.'S. as you can.

No time to lose now.

It is better to drive work than to 3 Tu. O in Apo. Fine weather

let work drive you. You've got a 4w. Owo. {Declaration of Indepen- mowing-machine, I hope, and a 5 Th. 6 W (. Low tides. for hay-tedder too. A good horse6 Fr.

Maximilian Arrives at his capital in rake everybody has that has much 7 Sa. 6 ( {owe forces evac. Tarper's hay to rake. Can't afford to do 8 G. 6th S.af.Tr. { Aby our forces, . saving machines.

without the labor-doing and laborre-oc.

Labor is the 9 Mo. (in Per. {mabat. of Moldovence, or great bill, and to be shortened in 10 Tu. h sta. (r.h. haymakers. every way. Keep the weeds out 11 W. 16HC

{The rebels

near West- of your hay... All docks, Canada 12 Th. Engagement near Ft. Stevens, one of the thistles, and other weeds ought to

defences of Washington, '64, be pulled out before they ripen 13 Fr.

Signs their seed to get into the hay, and 14 Sa. 6 (. 6.9.

of through that into the manure. It 15 G. 7th S.af. Tr. ŞEarly retires fr. before is next to impossible to have clean 16 Mo. 317th. Gen. Jos. E. Johnston turns over cultivation unless you take pains

com.of reb. army to Hood at Atlan. 64. to have clean hay. Don't forget 17 Tu. Wsta. {Gen's Shirmar paveikto with

the kitchen garden in all your hur18 W. 8 in 9

rain. ry. The weeds will be growing, as 19 Th. Lowti.18th. The Pres. issues his. To if for the fun of the thing, if they are 20 Fr. 8 40.6h ({ assault Sher-still be planted the first of this

ŞThe rebs.thrice not looked after. Cucumbers may 21 Sa. (in Apo.pre

man's army, and much month for pickles. Keep the hoe

are repulsed, '64. 22 G. 8th S.af.Tr.

going at odd hours among the 23 Mo. { Atletas modelleri ishting in the plants. Hoe if the ground is 24 Tu. gr.elon. E. (r.l. finer. weedy; hoe if the surface cakes 25 W. St. James. Dog days begin.at

or bakes after a shower, and hoe

at any rate. Pinch in the rampant 26 Th. 6.4 6.stong morce, which destroy: grape runners. Leave two or three 27 Fr. High ti. Alaminer of track on the

eyes above the clusters. 28 Sa. 8 in Aph. I begun, "6.

The siege of Atlanta leave but one, that will push out 29 G. 9th S. after Trin. oho. a shoot, and leave you no good 30 Mo. $ The mine explosion in front of Burn strong bud for next year's growth.

side's position at Petersburg, 6. If new-set vines show signs of 31 Tu. Gen.Stoneman and part of his command fruit this year, trim off.

Great battle before

Atlanta, '6t.

If you

18 6 6.

AUGUST, Eighth Month.

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

17 N59 7 16 23 13 14 37 19 12 43 26 10 42
17

16 6 14 14 18 20 12-23 26 10 21 17 28

15 48 15 14 0 21 12 3 27 10 0 17 12 10 15 31 16 13 41 422 11 43 28 39 16 66 11 15 13 17 13 22 23 11 23 29

17 6 16. 39 12

14 55 18 13 2 24 11 2. 30 8 66

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O's Declination.

( Last Quarter, 3d day, 2h. 33m., evening.

New Moon, 10th day, 9h. 52m., morning.
) First Quarter, 18th day, 4h. 32m., morning.
O Full Moon, 25th day, 10h. 49m., evening.

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8 21 7 Tu. 4 58 17 12 14 14 1 3 5 26 8.19 br. 1 51 9 19 8 W. 4 59 7 11 14 12 1 5 527 9110 br. 2 53 10 17 1.9 Th. 5 017 10 14 10 1 7 5 28 10:11 h’rt 3.58 11 13 10 Fr. 5 17 8 14 7 1 10 5 0 111113 h’rt sets. 06 11 Sa. 15 27 7 14 5 1 12 5 1 0 bel. 7 33 0 57 12 SU.5 37 6 14 3 1 14 5 2 123 124 bel. 8 6 1 45 13 Mo.5 4 7 4 14 01 17 5 31 1 11 bel. 8 36 2 31 14 Tu. 15 57 3 13 58 1 19 4 4 12 2 rei. 9 6 3 16 15 W. 5 77 1 13 54 |1 23 4 5 21 23 rei. 9 36 4 0 16 Th. 15 8 7 0 13 52 1 25 4 6 3 31 sec. 10 8 4 45 17 Fr. 5 916 58 13 49 1 28 4 7 31 sec. 10 43 5 30 18 Sa. 15 10.6 57 13 471 30 4 8 43 sec: 11 21 6 16 19 SU:5 11 6 55 13 44 1 33 3 9

6 thi. morn.

7 2 20 Mo.5 12 6 54 13 421 35 3 10 7 | thi. 0 31 7 51 21 Tu. 5 13 6 52 13 39 1 38 311 8 kn. 0 50 8 40 22 W. 5 14 6 51 13 371 40 3 12

1 41 9 30 23 Th. 15 15 6 49 13 34 1 43 213 91 97 legs 2 37 10 20 24 Fr. 15 16 16 48 13 32 1 45 2 14 10 101 legs 3 37 11 11 25 Sa. 15 17 6 46 13 29 1 48 2011 117 legs 4 42 morn. 26 SU. 5 186 44 13 26 1 51 216 111 feet rises. 0 1 27 Mo. 5 19 6 43 13 24 1 53 1 17 0 124 feet 7 29 0 52

28 Tu. 15 20 16 41 13 21 1 56 118 124 1 h'd 8 4 1 43 29 W. 5 21 6 39 13 18 1 59 1 19 13 13 l’d 8 40 2 35 30 Th. 5 2216 38 13 16 2 1 020 21

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The evening star will twinkle presently ;
The last small bird is silent, and the bee
Has

gone into his hive, and the shut flowers
Are bending as if sleeping on the stem.

D. M.

D. W.

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mond, 61.

Aspects, Holidays, Events,
Weather, &c.

Farmer's Calendar. 1 W. 16 WC.

Cooler, You have time to breathe a little 2 Th.

with rough

after haying. Swing open the great 3 Fr. 35th. Terrific fight in front of Petersburg. barn doors, and let the air draw Rebels repulsed, '64.

through every warm day. It will 4 Sa. Low. ti. {

SEx. of Un. and reb. officers
under fire at Chistou,

61. be good for the hay. There is 5 G. 10 S.af. Tr. 6 C. (in Pe. work enough for a busy man on 6 Mo. 8 sta. f5the Great bat, at Mobile Bay. the farm.

Permanent improve7 Tu. 6 d. (r.h. one of the fiercest ments need attention. You may

1: battles on recd, '64. have some piece that wants drain8/W. Soth, Com. Farragut shells Fort Gaines,

Mobile harb., °6t. Fort eur. on the 8th. ing. Now is the time to do it. 9 Th. at Atlanta, 04.

winds. Get out those rocks, and clear up 10 Fr. High tides. {stkominand of troops and trouble, and you'll get better

$assumes . It'll save time 11 Sa. 6 8 (. . 12 G. 11th S.af. Tr., Gen. Grant throws crops. Clear up along the walls

a powerful force and hedges. Many an old stone 13 Mo. 6 (.

Deep Bottom, Va. wall takes up more room than a 14 Tu. Fighting near Rich

Great

little. Won't it pay to put them 15 W. The tight at Richmond still

in order : Pull the weeds from 16 Th. 6 h ( Fighting an the north bank growing crops. "Twon't do to let

them go to seed. These pastures 17 Fr. in 9.: gr. hel. lat. S. are getting short. Cut up a little 18 Sa. (in Apo. Low ti. heat, corn fodder every day for the 19 G. 12 S. af.Tr. Warren's pickets and

The rebels drive in stock. They'll relish it now, and 20 Mo. & 8 Inf. Meie een fighting near cows, you know, need generous 21 Tu. ( runs low. with thunder

feeding. Put in the plough, and

get ready for the winter grains. 22 W. Cannonade of Union works near

You'll have patches where the oats 23 Th. 6 4 C. Et pris, 60 pieces artii., *i.

Ft. Morgan, Mobile Bayeurand early potatoes have come off, 24 Fr. St. Barthol. and lightning, and they might as well be ploughed 25 Sa. Severe battle on Weldon Railroad, near now. Get ready to sow grass seed Reams's Station, '64.

at the end of this month or early 126 G. i3th S.af.Tr.

High tides.

next. It does better sown in the 27 Mo. 2th. Early's cavalry defeated in attempto fall. Cut coarse wild grasses for 28 Tu. WC.

Gen. Sherman's army reach bedding for stock. Get out muck 29 W. 8 sta.

Atlanta, and begin to de- and pond mud for composting. You stroy the railroad, 64.

can make a big compost heap with 30 Th. (in Per. Look out for the rubbish about your place. 31 Fr.

showers. Make all the manure you can.

continued, '64.

Great battle near

Atlanta, '64.

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