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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 13, 1865, Connersville, Indiana
List Eric and ump now an4 fewer Oil be and Ifie pm a a. Vol 15�?no. 25.conner��ille, Indiana. Mursay april 13. 1865. Whole no. 753�. A Fol weekly times.�rms�?si�.50 in of to committs on bum Maom. The of Coiria report was submitted to the legible tire during the recent session my. committee on shh sons would report that we visited the Southern prison and examined into the Mauser in which the same and Ite books had been kept the treatment of the prisoners �sc., for the last two years. We cheerfully Bear testimony to the faithfulness of the Warden and his come Tency for the position. As to the govern a Milt of the prison from the Hasty examination we were compelled to give the books and accounts of the prison we Are not pre inbred to give and Pinion of their condition. They seem to be kept in a manner that would preclude a proper examination without evidence outside of the books themselves. For instance there is due item of a Spense As follows for Corn $1,994,22. We called the Warden s attention to the fact that the single item of Corn seemed Large. He then stated to us that that item embraced several other things besides Corn. In that item we were informed was embraced potatoes $700 00, turnips and other vegetables. Now if the accounts Are allowed to be made up in this Way great frauds might be perpetrated in the hands of a dishonest Man for suppose you allow the item of Corn As set Forth to cover potatoes and other articles a dishonest Warden might embrace in Hia Coita account any item of private expenses and not be detected or he might be allowed for amount of Corn in out item and charge for potatoes or other articles separately. We would respectfully suggest that the Warden and clerk be required to keep a carefully itemized account charging himself with each sum received for i at and of whom received Aud for what expended. Your committee would further report that the directors of said prison have either acted fraudulently or with a total disregard to the interests of the state in the contracts of hiring the prison they a de contracts to run until november 1867, at 40 cents per Day for each convict when it Cost More than that amount to feed and clothe them each and when it must have been Well known to the directors that they could have hired the convicts at from 70 cents to one Dollar per Day but if they could get but 40 cents per Day which is less than the Cost of keeping Why encumber the state with contracts running to 1867? tour committee would a also stale that the same practice prevails at the Southern prison that prevails at the Northern prison that of the Warden and his Deputy using the convict labor about their private Bai siness without accounting to the state for the same which we recommend be discontinued. Your committee found the prison in a clean heathy condition. The present contractors have put up a Large amount of expensive machinery thereby affording ample Opportunity for employing All the convicts inside of the prison Walls and Many of the prisoners we were informed have Learned useful trades since their this we think much More desirable than Ibe old Mode of allowing the convicts to be employed at Day labor on the outside of the prison. Your committee would further report that the prisoners Are not allowed any but Corn bread this we think is cruel to confine even prison convicts on Corn bread without a change. Your committee would further state that the directors of the Southern prison Bave assured us from time to time that the prison would be self Aua Taining and yet this year we Are asked for an appropriation of 815,675 14, to pay off the indebtedness of the prison and for 825.000 to defray the expenses of the next two years which the committee thinks Doea not sustain the Oft repeated Promise of its being self sustaining. We therefore recon mid the passage of Senate Bill 153, which provides for the leasing of Tjie prison North and South which if carried into effect will be a saving to the state of fifty thousand dollars per annul. All of which is respectfully submitted. J. Y. Akusok chairman. The report was concurred in. Seem imbued with so much foresight and practical knowledge. The journal says the suggestion that s combustible Gas could by obtained from the Oil from Salt Wells is Quot founded on an imperfect knowledge of the chemical construction of the gases so produced but is this is s subject with which the writer does not pretend to be Intima the so Gest Ion was perfectly natural this Gas affords an extremely feeble flame and were it possible to Transfer it to the City without incurring an expense manifold greater than that of generating Gas from Coal it would scarcely make darkness it u easy to see now which was the scientific mind and which ass the pretender. If the author of the suggestion is living with what satisfaction he must now regard the realization of it and How amused he must be while Reading by the Brilliant Light of a Petroleum lamp to remember that the Foremost scientific journal of the country declared that it had but a Quot feel al Power of beading. Benjamin Franklin tells us in one of his letters that when he was Carboy a Little Book fell into his hands entitled Quot essay to do Good Quot by Cotton Mather. It was tattered and torn and several leaves were missing. Quot but the remainder Quot he says Quot gave me such a turn of thinking As to have an influence on my conduct through life for i have always set a greater value on the character of a doer of Good than any other kind of a reputation and if i have been a Good citizen the Public owes All the advantages of it to the Little Jeremy Bentham mentions that the current of his thoughts and studies was directed for life by a single phrase that caught his Eye at the end of a pamphlet Quot the greatest Good of the greatest there Are single sentence s in the new testament that have awakened to spiritual life hundreds of millions of dormant souls. In things of less moment Reading has wondrous George Law a boy on his father s farm met an old and unknown Book which told the Story of a Fargier s Eon who went away to seek his Fortune and came Home after Many years absence a Rich Man and gave great sums to All his relations. From that moment George was uneasy till he set Toulon Bis travels to imitate the adventurer. He lived Over again the life he had read of and actually did return a millionaire and paid All his father s debts. Robinson Crusoe has sent to sea More sailors than the press gang. The Story about Little George Washington telling the Story shout the Hatchet and the Plum tree has made Many a truth Teller. We owe All the Waverly novels to Scott s easy Reading of the old traditions and legends and the whole body of pastoral fiction came from Addison s sketches of sir Roger de Coverly in the Spectator. But illustrations Are numberless. Tremble you who write and be who publish writing. A pamphlet has precipitated a revolution. A paragraph quenches or kindles the celestial Sparks in a human soul in myriads of souls. Far dam forty tears ago the Bews Pera Are reviving an article a to up published in Pitts arg forty my Transfer red Widi editorial comments in the Jourod of the Franklin Loti tut in 1828. The author of the a Tiole is not Given but it Showa s mind full of proc tics knowledge and of extraordinary foresight. The writer is endeavouring to i docs the corporative author tip a of Pitta org to Light that City with the Oil Frobin the Salt Springs known then As Sene is Oil. But now Spiver silly called Petro learn. Is describes it As the product of the Yosl Forrest ions Showa test the noun try there about is fall of it prophesies that it Wuis lands the Sod even Cal Oal Sisi of it per gallon who cab at 26 a Iii to of i the present Worth of it taking the a in a a be Between Gold and ears nay. Tbs j pm. Of the Price the Fri Lar to bought Wiy inst collecting it a s commercial but the use of itys or gnus will so by i Vance the Prie. It is that to so in Tiftic to isl inks test of the fro Kliolz a bold fat hat Tims raise Obj so in Roar old Westsr upon Iduss Whan anecdote by Webster. Daniel Webster used to relate the following anecdote of father series the minister of Bis boyhood Quot As was the custom of these Days the old gentleman used to Wear Buckskin breeches in cold weather and getting out Bis pair on sunday morning from an attic in which they had been hanging All summer found a nest of wasps in them. By diligent labor he succeeded in removing the intruders As he supposed and started for Church. Just As he was in he Middle of the service some of the insects still remaining gave him a Pierce which caused him to jump and slap his such treatment infuriated them and the More he jumped and slapped the More they stung. The congregation began to think he was crazy but he soon explained the trouble by saying Quot my hearers Don t be alarmed the word of the lord is in my Mouth but the Devil is in my . Us via a Uraj. Bather fast. A newly married couple of teutonic extraction came to a Etore for the purpose of buying the necessary articles of housekeeping. After purchasing dishes knives Forks Coffee �co., Jacob looked around and observing a Grain Cradle he asked Quot vat ish de Brice of degrade Quot the red cheeked Little spouse did not see the useful farming implement and when her Liege lord asked is question she turned with w Bluff Ehing face Szo Laim ing Quot now Saks Don t is s fool Yon know is Don t want no Gradi Luoi Culous was s Good Joks on Young and Gallant Hoo air of Oer who on receiving s not from s indy requesting Quot the plus spurs of his Oom Pauyo at a party to be Given at her House on the evening designated took Tim Volunteer a Sod Mesroh Bem to the Young lady s sii dance. Quot when it was explained to him that �1 was himself Slons who had been invited he Sid Quot by Golly the letter said company and i thought the lady wanted to see All my filial ladies who a Babit Wapping were is Vigo some words together on the pavement when the drug Basr of on of tbsp poppy id bar Bead out to it of the door Sod a vol sins Harry Sod sell her a to Bis a tors lbs you Colden pippins. Quot now Hay seriously Yon Sre not vexed with my Yon yourself we old have been the fill to bid me far Down the Prit Switous ledges of the Mountain path the Van toy ass mid to swim in mists of Gold while hrs and there among the overhanging Trees a deep dyed sum sch tossed its Crest of Crint Iloa Ness in the spicy sir mid onto bar and the Coral red berries of the dog wed glowed like burning Coal in the tangled wilderness of the Woods. It was a very pretty Back ground for Wood Nymph or Ham Dryad and Rachel Martin s attitude was unconsciously artistic is she played with the wild Blue asters that Cov Vered her Little Basket of Hickory nuts spoils from the great old tree whose giant branches overtopped the whole Forest. She was plump and pretty with round wondering Blue eyes and a Mouth like a magnified Cranberry while the roses on her Cheek seemed to go and corns with every breath she Drew and the faint touches of Sunshine on her brow gave additional Charm to her fresh rustic Beauty. Mark Douglas leaned Over the twisted Beech Root that separated them and tried to take the Brown hand in his but it was drawn away with a decided quickness. Quot Ray Dearest Quot a he did not see the blood mantling to her Cheeks under the envious shadows of the atrocious Quot Shaker Bonnet Quot a he did not Bear the Quick Stormy throbbing of the petulant heart. Quot Dearest Quot indeed when Keziah Truman s Beau never so much As went to Boston without asking her leave and Charley Jenkins had distinctly intimated that the whole programme of his future existence was to be indicated solely by miss Martha s wish yes it was very Well for Caplin Mark 0 stay at itome officiating in the Home guard department Ehe liked the uniform and did t object to martial eco u. But to go Down among the rebels without so much As Consul log her inclination the spoiled Beauty thought their was a different thing. Quot i see you Are in no mood to discuss the matter impartially just now Rachel Quot Captain Mark said gravely. Quot i had thought i had hoped to find you feeling Quot in no mood Quot Rachel coloured like Scarlet. What right had Mark Douglas to treat her like a naughty child Quot i beg your Pardon. Captain Douglas Quot she said petulantly Quot it in t at All necessary to discuss matter so perfectly indifferent to now Mark Douglis was Only a Man with All the infirmities incident to Mankind. He bit his lips and his brow grew dark. Quot Rachel you seem to have forgotten our Quot engagement Quot she repeated sharply. Quot i am tired of an engagement that Only Fetters one party while the other is free As Quot tired Quot he hesitated a moment As if vainly striving to command his Quot do you wish to be released Ray Quot she did not answer perhaps she was not quite prepared for that phase of affairs. Quot Tell me yes or no Quot he demanded sternly. Quot yes Quot she answered with a Pettish abruptness. Quot then Good by gone yes he was gone. She watched him descending the Mountain Side with Quick even strides under the Scarlet draperies of clinging vines through patches of deep still Shadow into belts of Golden Sunshine until the overhanging Rock hid him from her View yet it seemed so difficult to believe that he had really gone. She looked Down upon the engagement ring that sparkled on her forefinger a simple Turquoise set in Virgin Gold whose Blue Glimmer shone dimly through her tears and she could not but remember the tender words with which he had placed it on her Finger. Quot let it be a Token Between us Dearest like the Signet ring of old times. Wherever i May be this ring will always bring my heart to its and now Quot a ought to have returned it Quot she Pon Depedr shrinking As if the slender circlet of Gold were s ring of fire. Quot i Wilt sometime Quot so Mark Douglas lost his sweetheart and marched own to Petersburg a Soli try Man marvelling is Manj a one has dons before him on the lilys teries of the female heart. A a a a a a of a Hain tji the widow Taylor Unity Iii the strings of Lier worsted Hood Quot Powe Nul Sharp Frost last Iii hot fat a Aeq Estibon a filistis bless soot and All miss ii Orrison s Mornin glories a blasted. To Yankee. Miss Martin my feet is cold won t you tasks the Rockin cheer yourself Why Rachel child what Siim you so the neighbors Sre Talkin bout Bow Yon is ohs Gedl Quot Rachel coloured and tue Wisd Sway. Quot i am will Quot i Tell Yon what Lei i of Satin Quot begin mrs Taylor in s mys Triona whisper to the elder lady Quot you just take a a bulbs handful of Green Wilder bark and bile it up Well or snakeroot Tes sin t bad and Givs her a pint noon and Mornin. It s the most Strong Bening thing i but i be corns round to Tell Yon what the Woith s committs svs a sided 00.&Quot. A. Iodised Quot told in. Msrtin inquiringly. R. A Quot is Sll Fessl it to it its diet Fol think fail the psf Robt a bed so Good and Shioi very thing s fetched up jest about right Quot intoned the widow Quot and so is thought it would be s kind o Squarta Jip with s merciful Providence to Send s Box or Tew o things out to them poor soldiers that s a fighting like Sll possessed it s Only a Cordin to scripter you know and it would be s. Kind o Nice Little thanksgiving gift now would t it Quot the widow dropped her eyes sanctimonious by and went on Quot miss Darby a kindly Gin us a Bushel of them Sweet poc Stoes they raised in the 80.nthjssture lot. They re a Little damaged ibis exactly a i for Market but there s no doubt the ii did a h be glad to get them and miss up Tribone has give us a lot that fermented peach lass and desire Wallis has made up a sight olb a Marks and widow Smith has cooked a Pusok i dough nuts without no Sweet in. Us guar s so High and Tain t Likely the soldiers care for Sweet stuff. As for me i really Don t like to Tell about my mite but i hunted up a few o poor Deacon Taylor s old browsers and Coats in the Garrett a Little Moth eaten and rather tender but i Hain t no doubt they la be Welcome. Old Jones has give us half a Pound o Tea and a Pound o candles and or. Meriam contributes a set o Law books that they Tell is fretful improving Readin. And the committee Cal lated you and Rachel would help of course we will Quot assented mrs. Martin recovering promptly from the momentary bewilderment and amusement caused by the widow Taylor s valuable list of treasures Quot and Quot Quot then i May As Well be stirring Quot ejaculated the widow jumping up Quot for i be got to see miss or. Davison and Squire Ladd yet to night. Good Evin t yes and Don t forget the Wilder bark Tea Quot mrs. Martin and Rachel both burst out laughing As the door closed. Quot poor mrs. Taylor Quot said mrs. Martin. Quot mama How can she Quot demanded Rachel indignantly. Quot such a Box to the soldiers Why it would Only be an aggravation Quot Quot never mind Ray dear Quot said her Mother soothingly Quot ill make up a lot of real Nice doughnuts and pack pm around the biggest pair of turkeys father can find with a Box of Little pumpkin pies and you shall Send a barrel of those Golden pippins from the old tree beyond the Brook a the tree Mark Douglas liked so Well. They re in the Garret in that old Green Chest and be sure and put in plenty of clean Straw to prevent their Mellerio against each Rachel obeyed and mrs. Martin never bad the least idea of the tears she shed with her trim Little figure half Way into the barrel As she packed the great fair yellow apples among the yellowed Straw. If the Gold ii pippins Only could have spoken what a thanksgiving Story they might have told to the army of the Potomac or. Martin s Broad face beamed with satisfaction As he harnessed up old Dolly to carry the Box and barrel to Boston. Quot it s just like you woman folks to keep thinking of such things Quot be declared. Quot now it never would a come into my great wooden head Aad jest to think How much better our thanksgiving dinner 11 taste for remembering the poor Fellows that s a fighting for us gee up Dolly Quot and or. Martin winked his misty eyes and cracked his whip simultaneously. A a Quot in Don to see where it can be the Golden Vapours were All faded away from the Sweet Valley now the Gray november sky stretched its dreary canopy of Clouds Over the Glens and forests and the yellow leaves were raining sadly Down around Ray Martin s feet As she hurriedly traversed the Mountain path pushing aside the red and russet drifts with eager and tremulous fingers and searching As if for some Preciosis lost Talisman. Quot of. To think that i should have dropped it Quot she faltered half aloud. Quot while i wore it i could still fancy our parting was but a dream. Of where could have lost it Quot and she sat Down on the twisted Beech Root and cried heartily while the moaning of the chill wind brought Back an echoing cadence to her ears. Quot a barrel of Golden pippins o Mars in t it Jolly Quot the first lieutenant executed an Impromptu hornpipe around the barrel As Captain Douglas pried up the Povez with a Hammer. Quot we re very much obliged to company a Quot said the latter sedately. Quot i Hope you Dindin t forget that Jennings Quot a of Olio use i i llhs4k Lue. Company a obliging As to Send us the barrel. And keep the great Leviathan of a Box for its own delectation. I just wish you could have seen Dodsley s face when be opened it Quot Quot what do you mean Quot Quot snob a conglomeration of dec Issing a Rolins potatoes sour aws atme to. Old rags and is books i did t Stop to in ass tights try closely Hows or. It we. To my inter set to Roll the Barrs Down Hill is far is possible lest Dodsley should rent of Bis gun Rosity. I conf a l was s Little nervous while you was opening the barrel lest in should contain cold vict nala and pins kindling. Hallo what s this Quot he exons med taking s slip of paper that had lain beneath the lid Quot a thanksgiving remembrance Quot Quot much obliged to you my in known Fri Sod. I la keep qty to bunks giving a Don the slip from Hia Tri Sud s a soars keep flush Rose into Bia Obs Kaa he recognised Ray Marrtin s delicate and rather Peculiar handwriting. Quot the same old apples that Dahl to lie like spheres of Gold in the Long Grasa of the River Meadow i thought i knew tbsp he Quot Jennings Quot but Jennings had dodged out to promulgate the Good tidings among Bis fellow officers. At the same time Mark Douglas s Eye caught a foreign glitter among the yellow Straw. Quot the Turquoise ring Quot his heart gave a sudden leap As he remembered the careless Wiuf romantic words with which he had placed it on her Finger. And then came the revulsion of feeling. Quot what a fool i am As if she could have known the destination of this Chance Gigli Quot test a Bovee the cold and calculating voice of reason a lir lors Welcome 4one kept repeating into the ear t to Bis Fassert with perpetual refrain she has called me Back to a she has called me Back Quot Quot the Twilight of thanksgiving eve was drooping darkly Over or. Martin s great old fashioned Kitchen where the glow of Pine logs afforded the Only illumination and a shrill voiced Cricket piped behind the Chimney bricks. Ray saw the red gleams flickering of the leafless Maples across the Road As she walked slowly Down the sloping path with a Gray shawl wrapped around her head and fresh carnations Horn of the Sharp keen wind on her Cheeks. She started in Quick affright As a footstep sounded among the rustling leaves at her Side and a gentle touch fell on her Arm. Quot Ray Quot and then she knew that the troubled dream was Over. The old clock behind the string of red peppers had chimed nine before Rachel thought of the question that would have been most natural to ask first. Quot but How Why what made you come Back Quot Quot you summoned me Quot i never Mark Quot he held up the Turquoise ring with an Arch look of Defiance and All at once the truth broke upon her. Quot let me put it on your Finger once again Ray. Never to be removed except for the wedding ring of Gold Quot she let her head drop an instant upon his shoulder and then looked up through sparkling tears. Quot of Mark i think this will be the most real thanksgiving of my life Quot anecdote of Jefferson. The following anecdote is related of the Sage of Monticello he had perched his country seat on a Mountain Hight commanding a magnificent Prospect but exposed to the sweep of wintry winds and not very convenient of Access. Not far from Monticello and within Bounds of his estate was a solitary and lofty Hill so situated As to be exposed to the blast of two of wind coming up through valleys on different sides of it. Or. Jefferson thought this would be an admirable position for a wind Mill and having recently invented a Model for a saw Mill to be moved by vertical sails he sent Chr in Engineer and submitted it to his judgment. The Man of professional science examined the plan and listened with profound attention and deference to or. Jefferson s explanations of it and to his eloquent illustration of the advantage it would secure having heard him through and Behig asked by the philosopher Quot what he thought of it Quot be replied with great sincerity that it was a most ingenious idea and was decidedly the Best plan for a saw Mill he had Ever seen. Jefferson was delighted and forthwith entered into a written agreement for the erection of such a Mill on the neighbouring bight. The work went bravely on the inventor very frequently mounted Bis horse and Rode Over to see Bow it proceeded. When the Frame was up and the building approached its completion the Engineer Rode Over to Monticello to obtain a Supply of Money and to get some direction about the saws. Jefferson kept Bim to dinner and when the cloth was removed and wine set upon the table he turned to his guest and with an air of much satisfaction exclaimed Quot and so or. A a you like my Mill Quot Quot i do sir indeed very much it is certainly one of the Grea St improvements in the construction of s saw Mill i Ever Quot you think the a ails Are. So Bung that it cannot fail to work Well Quot Quot certainly it must work it can t help Quot and thurs s always s wind upon the Bill if it does not come up one Valley it is sure to come up the other and the Bill a so High and Steep that there a nothing to interrupt the full a weep of the wind come which Way it will. You think then on the whole that the thing cannot fail of Complete Quot i should think so sir but for on Quot a what a that Quot Quot i have been wondering in my own mind How Yon Sre to i a it your Law Jefferson threw no Bis hands and syst Quot i never thought of the Mill was abandoned of course. How Girard became Bieh. His neighbors the merchants of Phila Delphia deemed him a Lucky Man. Many of them thought they could do is will As be. If they Only had his Luck. But the great volumes of Bis letters and papers preserved in a Jonor in Girard colleges show that his Success in business was not due. In any degree whatever to Good for tune. Let a Money making generation take note that Girard principles inevitably produce Girard results. The grand the fundamental secret of his Success As of All Success was that he understood his business. He bad a personal familiar knowledge of the ports with which be traded the commodities in which he dealt the vehicles in which they were carried the dangers to which they were liable and the various kinds of med through whom he acted. He observed everything and for got nothing. He had done everything in self which be had occasion to require others to do. A directions to his captains and super cargoes full minute , show Theka a of i master. Every possible contingency was a Soseu and provided for and he demand her most literal obedience to the Max Quot obey orders though you break owners he would dismiss a Captain from his service forever if he saved the whole profits of a voyage by departing from his instructions. He did 60 on one occasion. Add to this perfect knowledge of his Craft that he had a self control which never permitted him to anticipate his gains or spread too wide Bis sails that his Industry knew no pause that he was a close hard Bargainer keeping his word to the letter but exacting his rights to the letter that be had no vices and no vanities that be had no toleration for those calamities which result from vices and vanities that his charities though frequent were bestowed Only upon unquestionably legitimate objects and never profuse that he was As Wise in investing As skillful in fining Money that he made his very pleasures profitable to himself in Money gained to his neighbourhood in improved fruits and vegetables that he had no family to in Intima Rny indulge that he held in it for i and contempt the costly and burp Somo ostentation of a great establish us it it huh equipage and a costly retinue of servants that he reduced himself to a Money making machine run at the minimum of expense a and we have Arf explanation of his wealth. He us to boast after he was a millionaire of wearing the same overcoat for fourteen Winters and one of his Cly a res who saw Bim every Day for Twenty years declares that be never remembered having seen him Wear a new looking garment but once. Let us note too that he was an debt in the Art of getting men to serve him with Devotion. He paid Small salaries and was never known in his life to bestow a gratuity upon one who served him but he knew How to a Nake his humblest clerk feel that the master s Eye was upon him always. Violent in his outbreaks of anger Quot his business letters Are singularly polite and show consideration for the health and happiness of his Jamee Par ton. To weeds not the fairest nor Mallet Quot of but i am so Beautiful Quot cried the Large bindweed Quot you will surely spare me Quot Quot yes of course Quot said the Gardener Quot and let you go on choking and strangling everything you can Lay hold of. Come Down with you and come up with you. Beautiful As you j Quot you won t think of touching me Quot said the chickweed Quot i never strangled anything i am the most innocent creature in the world and brother Groundsel and i Are such favourites with the Quot innocent enough you May be in the Hedges Quot answered the Gardener Quot so go there and live where they who want to feed canaries May look for you and brother Groundsel but i am not going to let you Rob my Flowers of the strength of the soil depend upon it so come Quot now Quot cried s Fine Campion Quot Pray sir Don t dist nor me i am exec amp a Ives a pretty a variety of the handsome Lychnis you think so much of. I do no harm positive or negative for i neither strangle like bin Wood nor creep All Over the ground like chickweed. I stand on my place a Small place and Blossom like any other Quot like any other Flower indeed Quot said Tea Gardener. Quot a Flower you May look like and a very poor relation you May be to my beat pitiful Lychnis but with All you can say for Youri Telf you Are a Weed and you can t deny it so if you took but bal the ground you do out you should cqme.7-we gardeners who want perfect gardens must t Stop at deadly night Shade or Gly 8ow-thi8tles-or other or deniable pests but Root out Svel Rytting thit bears the name of s used without pity or spicy dear Friend that woman has been talking about you so again she has been telling the Swan list stories you Sisr heard Why she sri Ltd Otway St Yon for a whole hour. Julisz and Yon heard it Sll did i Emma yes. A a a Juiia Wasli after this just Basr in Oid that it takes two to make s slender a on to Tell it and one to listen to Iti a West Kwh editor aps King of s Post out Bola Way. Say ii he begins to Olsime the. Tii sual Privit is of Talent. Is has been drink four times within Ihu pm Lily a Sec. Is that your oily Anit. 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