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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - September 28, 1865, Connersville, IndianaA. V i �,.-. A i. Liberty Ani Ali a no it i eat a mister. A Jav a a. J t 15�?no. 49.c��lrsllimeta to Ftp Ruday september 28. 1865. Whole no. 777.the weekly times. Terms a cd i i = --3.50 in Advance. 8hau the Wrath control this of Uttof a say that Tbs late co federate slates ought to in held to a stale of probation or a liar if for at Sast one year though we Tufik Foa Jears would be better before they Are admitted to full Feller ship and to Litton a Lurtz Legee a the to Aioo. And this for two re Casoos Quot first because such a course would be right and second because it will be dangerous to this country to restore Hose states to full Power at present. But this to what they Are aiming at and for the purpose too of controlling the Owern Neni and doing what they please. No Man can doubt this who pays any attention to what and newspapers of the South Are saying upon this subject at the present time. It any one however doubts what we say that it these states Are aiming to come Butek into the Union As soon As possible web a View to getting control of the <3ot-�rnmentllnd then of managing things to East themselves let. Them read the following a As merely a Sample of the Way these sub Doad rebel talk and perhaps he May get his eyes open to the danger. Here is an extract from an article lately published in Tea Mobile ala., trip Une. It in it would a eem from a lawyer or leading politician 6t that City or state. After saying that the present internal Revenue tax will be set aside before Long As Quot unconstitutional Quot the writer proceeds Quot ther seems to be Mich error in re to claims against the All clime which Are not founded upon express contracts with the government or ii a a Aii Sherf tin wished i Gay quartermasters and commissaries have no present Hope or possibility of payment. All such Demanda must by Taw be adjudicated by the �?�i<5outlof claims in Washington but the doers of that court Are now closed by a peremptory statute against All persons boat or disloyal residing in the conned Emte states on account of claims for property taken or damage done during the War. Such is the present state of the Case but i feel confident that the next Congress will repeal this statute and open the court to All claimants. I have charge of Large claims of this character but it is useless to urge them now. Quot haste is not always when to la government shall return to its ancient principles and Prece Dei to As i believe it will it will pay for much of the property taken and destroyed during the War. It is constitutionally bound to pay the owners of slaves for Abo Lii Loo of that Insi Itu and i do not despair of the fulfil Lent of that obligation. It is. Also according to the general principles of Law bound to pay the damages oct one by their recent Gunpowder explosion Inthis City. Quot non Lavedas Quot Saith the Law. This Maxim waa violated by the explosion and the . Quot Quot the a Leven state la by Confederate will soon have in the United states Senate at least 84 members. With this political Power if they do not obtain Justice for their be Opp it will be because they a imbecile fools. If they will put themselves under the leadership of that great statesman and Diplomatist w. W. Boyce of South Carolina. I guarantee that he will control the government. This political Power kill filly managed can make presidents tremble and the leaders of party to crawl on their bellies before it. Quot if Don i have whom we choose for it he we i president of the United states to our tie Jersey Emeera. The democracy or rather the Copper Imad party of new Jersey recently held a Coo vestion and passed a set of resolutions among a Boob was the following a Mohed that throughout the nefarious contest the rebels were bravely struggling or their Dearest rights and hence our pro fondest gratitude a due to the army and inky who. Regardless of principle and Honor. Strangled the Noble confederacy As the Rev Arad Richard strangled the Young Prio Cemon . A Oak any one doubt say the Ali filiata itt Nazett As to what would get a Midi of Tea country if the Quot die Moora Vej cd called a Borild get font Roth of a a the Nova moment Bat How their Quot profound al cat Ilttre Quot can be Doe to tha Quot army and Mij iqra patting Down and Tab gating a Imo Virbo Wera a a bravely Trug Glog for Eit de if in it a gets is More Thap we can a by Alai they a al Bava bean speaking if i another Raa Lalioo in a Boob tha aay that a As a in iktmb66d obey Reot to pay a a i it tel to the Aoi diera of 61 and 62 to amp a a three Noi but Oiada and Quot Goa tent to Tobosa of 64 Aall its. They say they Quot Rio Phi mad w1thm�j fun too of bribing al a Oiler Odum sacrifice More in voting the naw Jersey Copperhead to Cleat than to fighting for three years of the Latte or would Only Cost him his life while a the former would Cost him his Bonor. They will therefore have to raise Tiou for a True Soldier s Honor in North a Dore than his life and but few we apprehend will ska the sacrifice for so Small a Hanty. It Gro soft rags the read Mesa. The new York Post publishes the following communication Fronk a citizen of North Carolina a who is now residing that City a it the opinion seems to be gaining ground that the negro will be allowed to vote with property and educational qualification and As a counterpoise and precaution Many officers now elected by the people such As governors sheriffs clerks &o., will hereafter be chosen by the Legislatures or by the magistrates or be appointed by the. Governors or judges. The southerner revolts at the e idea that a negro is As Good As a White Man but to question does not necessarily arise in a discussion respecting political privileges. If reason and Justice Are to instead of prejudice and passion the negro will be allowed to vote and there is Little reason to fear that our elections will not result in the Choice of As Good and As Wise men a heretofore. Quot a Large number of voters everywhere act not from their own knowledge or on their own opinions but by the advice and through the influence of a few men in whom they confide and i do not doubt that the negro would be guided by As eafe and prudent counsellors As most voters and cast As Good votes. This is the True Republican doctrine it is in accords age with the spirit of our institutions and i do not distrust them. If the boiler will not Bear the pressure let it burst Quot thirty years ago negroes voted in North Carolina on the same terms As White men and when they were disfranchised the venerable Macon whom chief Justice Marshall pronounced the Wisest and purest Man he Ever knew protested against it As unwise and unjust. Quot Texas when she gained her Independence admitted the mexican pe6n, emancipated by that event to the full rights of citizenship and has never had cause to repent of her Justice and liberality and no Man acquainted with the two races will consider them Superior to the negroes of t a South in intelligence and a Quot heavy Quot Tornado. I the following yarn of what a Tornado lately did in Minnesota will do the wind must have inflated the writer hugely the late Tornado in Minnesota kicked up some queer Pra Kij. It blew 8 oxen Over a River 800 Yards wide. It took All the water out of a Pond carried it a mile and then set it Down on mayor Doran s farm in the of shape of a email Lake. It blew a Man s boots off. Another Man s coat waa not Only blown Short but actually buttoned from top to Bottom. One old lady went up like a balloon was carried two and a half Miles and finally landed astride a Telegraph wire where she was found by her grandson and relieved by a ladder. Judge Morgan a ays the wind not Only carried off his dwelling House but. His sub cellar and two Wells. Some Tornado that i so they / never kill a Toad that frequents your Garden. Not by any Means remarkable for their Beauty they Are nevertheless very useful in destroying insects particularly those that Fly in the night. Toads feed almost exclusively on insects and the amount of Good they do is immense. If we could always reconcile ourselves to the old adage Quot handsome is that handsome does Quot and conquer our prejudices it we should consider the Toad As a True Friend. A Young lady once told us she Quot perfectly dated on it would be much More sensible to fix her Yong affections on ploughman. 4m, to Huir to Itaf work have so la vase Moa. Sir Walter Scott once happening to hear his daughter Anne aay of something that it was vulgar gave the Young Lay the following temperate rebuke Quot my love you speak like a very Young lady do you know after All. The meaning of this word Vul a tis Only common nothing that is Conomon except wicked Nesh can deserve to be spoken of in a tone of contempt and when you have lived to my aare Yott will Dipp Dot of free with me in thanking Goti thai Noth really Wotrin Baving or caring about in twin world is a Max in tia Eity had a oat and tha eat at tinae bad Kittens. One of the lit a was always Lepta Robe rest draw used he hat a Zittu five Yetf o d girl., a few Deys Siaca Bia wife Para med Bim Ith Brae children at one Birbb a Beni they were ave Lafner to Aea Ner tit not Row efs. Ter look lid it than Iii Iler Iii a moment Myat with a it Hiuer a Leoiki i whisk one Are Yogi Poio Kepi Oil Nubal Pratt s father fat data Dapo Frt a is days1iotoa Bla wily we after a visit to big Ider it win mom of Isatel in Tab Hosea i. Correspondence of the Connersville Timcan Kalat Rai a of mfoli., six i. 7, 1865. A i discs. Edu Orsu in my last letter i described amongst other matters my a Lii up nip id Kala Magoo Trenca South into a a astern Indiana. I will now Giva a Brief ont Lipa of a la Magoo county and ita county seat. yesterday at the clerk s office the data Given below and have no doubt of its correctness. The county is 24 Miles Square and contains 676 Suama Miles. In 1864 it contained 26,842 inhabt4anta.�? the county seat has the same name As the county and is a Small City situated on a most Lovely Plain nearly surrounded in the distance with gently sloping Bills and has a Post dilation of 6,797. The Kala Mazorol Iver enters the North Eastern township of the county and runs a North Westerly course to near the county seat and there turns almost directly North and passes into a Lagan county and across that county into Lake Michigan at Newark. The Jii Reft. In a Good sited Ial Strani but it runs so level that but few Mills Are built on it. There is one at or near the county seat which is propelled mostly by the natural current of the Stream the wheel having a Peculiar construction for that Rose. It the City. A. Auti filly Laid out with wide streets on an open Oak Plain and in Many Parta of the place the natural Oak Trees Are left the business part of tie town is Well and compactly built with Good buildings mostly three stories High. Judging from the various kinds of merchandise and the Quantity on hand a Large business is done. The private residences Are neat and some of them elegantly and tastefully arranged on streets removed from the business part of the City. The buildings and improvements of every kind indicate a Sotto do Beilby growth ii the pure it it there is an unusual amount of Public buildings mostly within the corporation. There is situated on the Highland alout.,a mile sooth from town in Asylum of a Nithe insane. This is a institution. If is a Large and commodious building gotten up with All the modern improvements. Though not yet fully completed it already has 190 inmates Well cared for each has Luh or her separate room to which they can retire. I spent an hour Here very pleasantly. The City is largely supplied with churches it has a first Baptist two episcopal a Congo nationalist methodist presbyterian unitarian Catholic Tabernacle Baptist coloured methodist and coloured Baptist. Besides All these Church edifices with their congregation there is every sunday a discourse by a modern of a urge a i a no a Ali a pcs is Well supplied with educational facilities. They have a Large building As a College for boys and girls a pc vat female aet Ottry by a mrs. Stone and another is being built and al in Finly bed i will be Dordu Oid the Holly Yoke system. Besides these they have a Public school called a Union graded school. The but diner is eighty by ninety feet and five stories High. The school now contains 2,151 scholars. They also have four Ward schools. These schools Are All now in successful operation exude i the one now building. Such Are the Means used in Kalamazoo for moral and intellectual culture. A Large business is done in the Placen buying and shipping wheat and All kinds of produce besides beef and pork. I was favored by the county clerk with a vol ume of statistics of the entire state for 1864, in which i find much interesting matter. The Arp Lii a is county is Laree. A. The Railroad of which i spoke in Odb of my last letters is now being built from Kalamazoo directly South to the South line of the state in St. Joseph county Michigan. The City of Kalamazoo has issued or is about to Issue Large amount of Bonds by order of a Vale of the people to construct the Road. It opens a direct communication with Toledo through the Soti Thern Michigan and Northern Indiana railroads. If proper Energy were a Ltd Tahiti Road could be extend etl across Indiana to Connerville and to Cin Quot oin Nati. It could a Broom by through Region of Oon try where a Road could be easily Ibera i no a Lack of Ojik. A pad would open up to Diana Afina Jhin Ber oof Tryand thelor dealt a Fob in Iba United state. Yoo Philip maion.5. Vew Yarssy. The betas rats of this country recently held the 8ite convention and after several ballots idiom Lnu to a Geneval Rte Hyde for governor. Their platform is a curiosity. They Ohare to a Donee tie nce of the War upon the election of a Clio al president evidently meaning Jeff. Davisi the chose a of the Elf yen seceding states they favor the return of the government to its original Par poems whatever they May a they de dare and insist upon the rights of Alliba states including the Broad Seal 4bay oppose negro they go Shade of Benton a for a and Silvy currency they will a Good enough to let us know when that sort of currency becomes prevalent they want to have government ads taxed they Quot express sympathy and gratitude to the soldiers Quot a Good idea perhaps but the grammar is queer they insist that the government shall pay the soldiers All their Bounty Money or land As it May be and we say amen they Are opposed to military arrests probably on personal grounds they favor free elections they Sre clamorous for a Large Supply of Hareas Corpus and As for the National debt they Are Quot Down on and Tell the listening world that it is Quot onerous and in properly Onn aged and so the democratic jei8eymen enter the canvass against everything that has been do be for the past four years. Their Cue seems to have been Quot pitch into the government no matter what it does pitch it is a standing order in the editorial rooms of a celebrated newspaper on the other Side of the Ocean that in Case the current events of the Day fail to furnish themes for leading articles they Are to pitch into the these Anthrop amorphous Jersey fossils Are in a like category. Having no ideas or principles of their own or. If they have not daring to shape them they take the final alternative pitch into the government. Let them n. Y. Timen. If Gase Rai a we Dolful a us Hannity. Alan Leal. Sidney Smiths a a Oil if jts being through Tea Boi Bouasa of a lady who waa prot of her Flowers and owed notary coca ratty a profit of Boun ical a Lithiel. Quot fad Ani,.&Quot said he Brafa Youba a Rimm feb Tianti. Quot a no mid it be n bad it m a lid Migava it io.,.the. Archbishop of cite Tarot try ii a ame Oai beautifully in 1fae< apriiig."�?�. A. Bijai Adial for seven years itch. Of i 1 Vir of i a a to Holt Quot a pm Idjo Fri in ii wit ton a Skeebey Nln singular he toy of or. Kaae. The following history of a portion of or. Kane s life has hitherto been kept secret. Barring the cowardice of once breaking his enga rement and of keeping his Marri see secret when he returned to his love the recital rather increases our respect for the doctor. It ought to be understood by this time that marriage is a matter which concerns the parties contracting it. More so than their relatives and that in All cases of conflicting interests or prejudices the latter should be ignored. Also that Fortune should have no influence in the Cash As there is no doubt that Kane was just As capable of assuming the responsibilities of the matrimonial state when he first returned hornets when he did finally do so while it is highly probable that the desire and anxiety of attaining that Fortune had not a Little to do with hastening his death. The lady to whom the doctor was finally married was miss Marguertte Fox. The account says Quot he Fellin love with the Young girl while she was sitting As a Public medium in Phila it Delphia in 1852, when she. Was fifteen years of age. With 4>er Mother s consent be removed her from All association with spiritualist and placed her in a private school near Philadelphia to remain during his absence in the Arctic regions. On his return in 1855 they were to have been married but the opposition of or. Kane s Fani ily was such that miss Fox released him from the engage Zinent. He loved her however Loo Well to do without her and in april 1855, the engagement was renewed with the understanding that it should be kept secret till the Publica Foti of or. Kane a great work should realize in Independence for him. In october 1856, Hie physician having ordered or. Kane to England he was secretly married to miss Fox and made his will leaving five thousand dollars to her in a private Truet to his brother. His last letter was addressed to her. This legacy was not paid and some injurious reports having been raised mrs. Kane s Legal advisers urged a suit for Dower As. The widow and the publication of a not Memoir on amp was prepared embodying one Hundred and thirty Foar of or. Kane s letter and or. Carleton had it in press when the publication and Euit were both stopped by a Compromise with the Brothers and a Xio ors of or. Kane they agreeing to pay the lady the interest of the Money left her and a sum Down to repay her expenses provided she would Dia Montinne the Sui in the orphan court Philadelphia and would Seal up the letters with the is. Memoir,.and place them in the hands of Trotel who would Surrey order them to the Kane Fain ii at Ber death. A Bond was signed by the Kanes in 1862. For the of Serva Civ of lbs terms they agreed to mra. Kaae being per knitted to reclaim her letters in the event of to in failure to quarterly of int area. This agree Iimori Irive dlr a cd by their refusal to pity Filiti the Pettio promised for her sex Quot lug no a a Tibon Tbs quarterly install Meota and in june last mrs. Kane re of Laimo a her letters Ltd the be if now at lib erty to pm blah. The to tuba whip a is to Lett Abitu bar Falp nime and to a Bow tha a oped i my Gotler a Xii Tople off a to Fps la a a or Idt ring a unkindness and a Lamina. The do it tit Fri key a a Mot Hev has re a do a the Pablico tin in in will dab Iii a Kip a a Rii fwd win a. A my is a a. A be Manee on the bail. A pretty Little bit of Romance developed itself in one of the state Street a Quot is on Friday among the passengers was a Palei quiet Little woman plainly dressed and very pretty withal. Presently a nine legged Soldier Laboured into the car on Bis crutches. The seats were crowded and the Soldier had to stand. The Young woman got up pulled the Blue sleeve and jointed to the seat she had vacated. For the first time a he turned she had a full View of his face and neither of them paid any More attention to the empty to Myrlta each other a minute and the in Pite of the awkward motion of he care Traci and kissed a Ach other with hysteric if apr. At first the passel a War somewhat astonished at so Public a did a a Aba traction but ill of them soon joined in congratulating the delighted couple upon learning that the two persons thus suddenly brought together were Man and wife Long sep Era Ted by the Vicissitudes of War. The Soldier had been desperately wounded in Tennessee and taken prisoner. He was supposed to have been killed and before he was restored to Freedom and Able to write his wife or widow a she supposed herself removed to Chicago and so his letters never reached her. The poor fellow As soon As he could travel set out for Bis Home with a responding heart to learn Why Hie letters had never in answered. He reached Chicago on Friday on hts Way hither when the generous impulse of a kind Little woman to a maimed Soldier brought her Back a Loving husband and threw him into the open arms of a wife who had Long mourned him As among that innumerable Host who have lain Down their lives for the salvation of their Chicago Republican. A a i a i a a huge grape tine. One of the celebrities of California is the immense grape Vine now growing at the Montecito near Santa Barbara. A woman planted it some seventy years ago from a slip she obtained in Monterey county for a horse whip after using it for that purpose she thought she would transplant it. This was in 1796. She hardly expected it would live but to her Surprise it immediately took Root and began to Bud and Leaf and from careful attention before she died it was made to produce More than any known grape Vine in All America North or South. Between 1850 and 1860 it had been trailed Over some 50 feet in i cum Ference with a trunk of twelve inches in diameter rising clean fifteen feet from the ground. Some years since it has borne Over 6,000 Bunches of Ripe and sound grapes or close on to 8,000 pounds and became the wonder of every resident or sojourner in that part of California. And what is More for the last thirty years it has principally maintained the old woman and her numerous family. Mant persons complain that they can not find words for their thoughts quite As Large a class can not find thoughts for their improvements in sewing shuttle machine patented february 14, 1860. 8alesb00h8 no.�36 Broadway new York. No. 252 Washington . No. 720 Chestnut . This machine is constructed on entirely new principles of mechanism Pes Sessing Many rare and Val Nazje improvements having been examined by the most. Profound exports and pronounced to to simplicity and perfection combined. It has a straight Needle perpendicular action makes the lock or shuttle Stich which will neither rip nor Ravel and is alike on both sides performs perfect sewing on every description of material from leather to the finest Nanook Muslin with Cotton Linen or silk thread from the coarsest to the finest number. Having neither Cam nor cog wheel and the least possible friction it runs As smooth As Glass and is a a n0i8ele88 Chachus it quires fifty per cent Lese Power to drive it this tit any other machine in the Market. A girl twelve years of age can work it steadily without fatigue or i fury 40 health. It. Strength and wonderful imply ice by of construction Render it almost impossible to get out of order and a Guarano eed by the company to give entire satisfaction. We. Respectfully invite All those who desire to Supply themselves with a Superior article to come and examine this unrivalled machine. But in a More Especial manner do we solicit the Patroni Ige of a lady god a Boater. The following authentic Story will invalidate the often repealed Story against women that Quot they cannot keep a Secre Quot. 8ome years since a lady called act a Glover s shop in the outskirts of the City of London and purchased a pair of gloves for her immediate Wear observing at Oliie Sanie time that she was on her Road Burnett that she had left he Glt ves at her Friend s House where she had Callett Lind that she was apprehensive of being Beti Ted if she went Back for them. The Giovi it or fitted on the gloves and the lady after paying for them from a purse Well stocked with Bank notes stepped into her Carriage and proceeded on her journey. She had scarcely re rioted Finchy co Mihon when a Highway Nair stopped the Carriage and Money. He entreated bet not to be Almaroad As be had no intention on her person if a Asci rendered Lier property it was All he wanted to do Cly ring that distress and not his will urge to of to this desperate act and he was to remove his pecuniary wants or a. The lady gave him her purse and the Perado Rode off. After he was gone and her fright had somewhat subsided the lady imagined that in the address of the highwayman she recognized the voice of the Glover Ahe. Bad just before dealt with. The conceit. her so forcibly that she ordered her servant to drive Back to town not choosing she said to venture further Over to hts Heath. On her arrival at the Glover a she knocked and gained admission the Glover himself opening the door. The lady desired to speak with him in private. The Glover showed her Back parlor when Ehe exclaimed Quot i am come for my purse of which Yov robbed me this evening on Finchley common Quot the Glover was confounded and the lady proceeded Quot it is of no usef to you to deny it. I am convinced and you life is at my mercy. Retow to me my property and Trust to my Humnity the Glover overcome with guilt shame and confusion confessed the Erin get turned the purse and pleaded his Imti is. The lady after suitable admonition gave Quot him a ten Pound note bade him mind his Way of life and keep his own Courish Ltd Ding that Ahe would not divulge Hia name or place of abode. She kept her word and though the robbery was stated in the papers the discovery was omitted and it was not until recently that a Minnite account of this singular transaction was found among the papers alluded to. Even in the private memorandum the name and residence of the Glover was omitted and the secret in that particular rests with the lady in the grave anecdote of Webster. There is a True store connected Irith Webster s intimacy with Brand a Pierce the Plymouth Hunter which has never been printed. It Vas or. Webster s us torn in the Hunting season to travel a fobs from Marshfield to the Plymouth Woods and meet the other huntsmen at the Eabie of Quot Uncle Branch in one of these is a Cursione he was overtaken by a storm which lasted All Day. No other huntsmen appeared at the Cabin and solitary sport out of the question. But or. Webster who often made Small occasions great by his wonderful Genius was not at a loss Foi entertainment. Adapting himself to the Peculiar religious inclinations of i hosts while they pursued their usual homely a pc Cupat ions he read and repeated front of memory a multitude of the psalms and hymns with which much Reading had Madja him familiar. Hour after hour the Grua statesman paced the floor of that cab Iii Kitchen repeating with his magnificent voice the inspired psalms of David lipid Watts undying hymns with Only Branch Pierce and his wife for listeners. No Church or. Cathedral Ever resounded to grander or sweeter music than that with which Daniel Webster that Day filled the Cabin of the Hunter Oftle a Plymouth Woods and no audience Ever listened to his own triumphant eloquence such Deli Glit As its Humble tenants listened to tha a Milf psalms which for them received new inspiration a they rolled from his marvelous Worcester spy. A a i i my air ii. He who has not a dram of Folly in Hia , has pot Thi tort Timbli worse mat a i us i t a scold Iti r my big a Sild kept a my mrs a a i a a a i Corset makers gainer fitters shoe Bini is and Pantaloon maker. A a merchant tailors come makers hop skirt manufacturers shirt it bosom makers dress fakers Ali Giotto and charitable Vilf be liberally dealt with. Pill lbs Olf machine no. 1, fan a machine with Hemmer impeller acid braider,.60 no. 2, Small Manof Turing with Vej ten it bion �?��?��?���9�� a a a a a a a a a a a be a 75 no. 3, Larn with Extension table. 85 no. 4, Large Manu factoring for Leattor wit i bid i a foot and Oil cup. 100 is sufficient to enable Anaf person to work this machine to their Enrite a ii Sci wait. A i 4 a a it avonts Wiitan for in Towy in the United states whore ant of re not already established also for Cuba Mexico Central and South America to whom a Liberal Milf Voutil Ili be Given. A terms invariably . J. Mai Liiri amp go.,-. Fuss Broa Dwarf. I arb in co. Ion Seligo be Erali of i Tirol agent for Indium it a it if Reva Baraf a dogs. Josh Billings favors the world Vith f Brief essay on dogs. Quot Doga in the Lump Quot says Joshua Quot a a useful but they Are not always profitable. The nut Undlin dog is us Etui to save children from drowning but Yott have got to have a. Pond of water is children running about Karless or Elte the dog Ain t profitable. There Ain t nothings made Board fog a in foundling a but Quot rat terriers Are useful to Ketch rats but lie Lata Ain t profitable after you have Ket bed hem. The Shepherd dog is Semi Law drive sheep but if you he to go. To buy a flock of sheep and More thatt they Are a tits jest to keep the Dobszay the dog Ain t prof liable not much. Dogs Are very a eff but if you Don t hol Tham in a fair up awl the. Time they Ain t profitable at the coach dog is the most useful of dogs i know of but a hive got to have Quot a coach and that a i i a Iwaye pjs Avanof you a Anu realize from a dog. It Hast we Eye Hil Erdoga a Saul. There Are Tim Tisron tha Tern Quot horse Paw i a Quot very Jefe Fefie sex Cape Goach no in Ospald Peers. A to in to Tift 33.000 pounds , one

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