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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - August 26, 1848, Indianapolis, IndianaA jests Prosperity lies in the car of him that hears it never in the Tonque of Bint that makes s labor up never go gloomily Matt with a mind Hope is a better companion than fear Providence Ever Benignant and kind gives with n smile what you take with a tear. All will be rights look to the Light morning wa9 Ever the daughter of night All that was Black will be All that is Brights cheerily 1 cheerily then cancer up Many a foe is a Friend in disguise. Many a trouble a Blessing most True helping the heart to be Happy and Wise with love Ever precious and Joys Ever new 1 stand in the Van strive like a Man this is the bravest and Cleverest plan trusting in god while you do what you can cheerily 1 cheerily 1 then cheer up gain of a following circumstance actually occurred in Dublin a Short time or. L was much attached to miss the Young Beautiful and accomplished heiress to a property of some fifteen thousand per annul but being himself lord of no other earthly possessions than talents and Good looks he 4 never told his love,1 fearful not Only of a refusal on the part of the lady to reciprocate the sentiment but of probable imputation of mercenary motives by her friends. Miss however had sufficient penetration to discover the genuine and disinterested affection of the Swain and Tho highly praiseworthy sensitiveness which caused him to shrink from its avowal. She was by no Means indisposed to encourage his suit but the consciousness of his comparative poverty rendered More than the Ordinary encouragement Given by a lady to her suitor necessary to stimulate his courage to propound Tho decisive inquiry. How was she then to give expression to her sentiments regarding him without at Tho some time overstepping the Bounds of a Maiden modesty a she proposed a game at cords. A a for what stake shall we play Quot asked or. L. A a there s my stake a said the lady laying Down a Sovereign a if you win you win it if 1 win i win yourself. 1 am aware 1 have no Chance of winning though against so expert a player As or. L was about the Best player in Dublin while Bis fair antagonist knew Little or nothing of the game. Strange to say however on this occasion his Luck deserted him. And the poor gentleman was so unfortunate As to lose both the game and himself and won the heiress a Pete Pete i see a Toad a said a Little Darke to his brother one Day As they were digging Over a Heap of manure. Where am to Joe v a Why. Right dark Don t you see him Pete v a no 1 does t seem strike him wid de Joe hit the Toad a crack which brought Pete to the ground. A of you fool Joe Dat was my toe i seed Dat All de a boy a said a traveller to a Little fellow whom he met clothed in pants and round about but minus of another very necessary article of apparel a boy where s your shirt ? a Mammy a washing 4 have you no other ? 4 no other a exclaimed the Urchin with indignant scorn a would you want a body to have a thousand shirts ? True May be said to be the dip nets wherewith Young girls catch flattery. lawyer sent his son before n school committee to have his qualifications tested for the office of teacher. After being examined and Cross examined in every thing from a b. A to algebra he was told that no certificate could at present be Given As the committee were of different opinions in regard to his being qualified. Well John said the father on his songs return How did you make out a Why dad i guess 1 shall stand a pretty smart Chance of gelling Clear seeing As How the jury could it agree a puh Gator versus by the any the 4 ghost of the departed reminds me of Joe Kelly a ghost coming to his wife. 4 Molly a says he 4 in a in Purgatory at this present a says he. 4 and what Sor of a place is it a save she 4 Faith a says he 4 its sort of a Halfway House Between you and heaven svs Joe,4 and 1 aloud it mighty Aisy after Laving you a says one of �?Tem.�?4 Bill what a the meaning of nil that read in on the red ribbon Strung out of that old feh tors Mouth a said an Illinois Volunteer to a Comrade pointing to the motto 4 e pluribus Union upon scroll in the Buck of the Eagle on the Flag of his company. 41 done to know Yackly Jake a said his companion in arms,4 but i heard the schoolmaster of our town say that it Means he s one of pm a what waiters Are gentleman reclining on a sofa one summer Day called his waiter to bring him his handkerchief. The order was in stand by obeyed. 4 hold it to my nose a was another demand. Tho servant did so. After holding it there a minute or two Tho sprawling gentleman sprang to the floor and stat him headlong at the same time exclaiming a you grand Rascal you knew what 1 Wuu ted Why did t you blow v powerful the Powers of the Magnet defying any one to show or name any thing surpassing its Powers when n Man mounted the stand and told him that woman was the Magnet of magnets for. Said he if the Load Stone could attract a piece of Iron n font or two. There was a Young woman who when he was n Young Man used to attract him thirteen mites every sunday to have Chat with her there have been Many definitions of a gentleman a hut the prettiest and most poetic is that Given by a girl in new York the other Day. A gentleman a said she 4 is a human being combining a woman a tenderness with a Many a courage. He that hath a proud women for his wife is like Oak be Girt will Ivy for he suffers himself to be embraced by that which will bring him to ruin. on evening party a gentleman carving a Chicken asked a lady what part she preferred ? 41 will take a foot handle a said she. A Little girl observing a Goose with a Yoke on exclaimed 4 Why in. There is a Goose got on corsets it walks like sister 4 yer drunk again hey a 4 no my love Hiccup not drunk but Slippery Hiccup the fact is my dear somebody has been rubbing the Bottom of my Bools Hiccup till they Are of smooth As a pane of the vulgar saying of a Clar de Kitchen i is now expressed by the words�?4 remove the culinary utensils from the apartment usually allotted to a spoon is a thing that is often near a Young lady slips without kissing them. It Ore curiosities. The upper lip of a Menly Mouth. One of the Eye brows of the Green eyed monster. One of the two tails that the cat did no to want and a cat of nine tails. A Root and Branch of the tree of knowledge. A hair from time s Forelock. One of the wings of the wind. A stiff upper ii. Half a Yard of the Ermine that was soiled. The Little end of nothing. City confectionary. The subscriber. Would ii the Citie Yosof Ltd Duinapoli that they tint taken the shop tunic Ray orca pied by j. Hodgkins turn Are now Manuta curing Candy a cakes ike., in All their a Neier and Are on hand to Tut Rush parties Large or Small with cakes i loin or i cased in Tupi rior style. We Hove also a Fine variety of preserve it Lleyn. Assorted pickles nuts dried currants Citron or Siuty Hunts. Cordials. Candy toys. Catsup Lemons Lemon syrup. Cough Tandy scotch ale London Porter lemonade. Soun water. Cong Psi water Lee creams a. Dewolf a Canson. Indianapolis july 1. 1848. Belief notice. Necessity compel. A to Call upon All persons who know themselves indebted to us to Conn for Ward Ami Settle a we depend upon the collection of debts due us. For the Surara to pay Boan we owe. All Early attention to the above will Yonkt a great Lavor on niv27 j. La tile a cd. J. Liste k 7 a tie Lical and electrician. Till me signed would Iii urm the thaneul Lucia Napols a d Vicinity that be has purchased from it Jone his , nil will continue to tint All Tim of mute or chronic and nervous diseases especially diseases Peculiar to it mules n w hich his Mude of treatment is unrivalled. J29 Boxer Superior common tobacco received on consign men i and Lor Sale Low by the Box. By january 15,1848. We. Hanna Man. New goods new goods Mayhew dealer in st Ai in a fancy dry. Goods a Iii. Dries Chi Iton yarns constantly receiving additions to his Stock of the Lui test eth a of most fashionable dress goods Jurim to trims. Laces exp Ings. Ac., ac., which will be sold at me lowest possible Price in Cash. South Side Washington Street. Indianapolis april 23, lb48. 10 David c k a i o ii e a a wit attn to . I lust in drugs medicines faints of s. Varnishes. Debt Btty Glass Ware window Glass will e Lead titty. A. Lyuu Turous i in n. attention Given to filling prescriptions Ati compounding medicines. April 1-wn Oil an hand a Superior article of Cincinnati lard Oil. For Sals if u january 5.1848. We. Hanna Man. William 11 a n n a m a apothecary a druggist opposite title Post office. Leuirt Navolis. Inh a Avino purchased the interest,�1 or. J j. Owsley in it above business will continue tile innit at the old Sun where he would be pleased to accommodate his old friends a Tho Public. Strict attention will lie Given to compounding a patting up Phy in tone prescriptions. January. 1848. Jul Jamen Hall a co.,m e it c 11 a n t tailors no. 4j Palmer Ilour Washington Street Indianapolis. , and wholesale and retail dealer�11 ready made clothing,, pm mrs. Trimmings and every description of gentlemen a fas pulling. 8tt_ e. 11. Hoop. O. W. Koha Hood a Noble. Wholesale a retail i booksellers and stationers in ba�?~1 Fis new building North Hue of Washington Street. Simno Juroka. It tobacco and cigars. A first rate article of Spanish cigars and Caven a tobacco Lor Sale by january 15. 1848. We. H Anna Man new books new books 1yjokkison to door West of drowning 1 Art const a it i v receiving additions to their Stock from new York Philadelphia invite the Hook buyers in Indiana to give us a Cal we will save them the trouble and risk of buying out of state. One door jul of Brownings. January 1848. J5l mor Litson a Talbott
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