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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - December 2, 1848, Indianapolis, IndianaFancy id ill in Fry. Mrs. Mcfarland would re a it Hulljr inform tie la lira of Indianapolis and Vicinity int he still Continuo the fancy Milliner by Bini it. At liar residence on it a tuck Avenue nearly opposite Tea stat rank where All kind til Plain and fancy millinery will be done Wilt neat nose Anu ib-6w Charles Parry Joti. D.,physician and surgeon. Office at Bia residence. On Meridian Street North of the governors Circle Indianapolis ind. Oct 28-hm and still the Ball roves on. To. Allen is co. Have the pleasure of announcing to Trio a Public that they Are Una receiving their fail and Winter Stock of fancy and Staple dry a urdu which is Well worthy of to animation let the indies. In articular not forget to licit own interest but Call on them before Purcis Asting. Remember the sign of the Gulden Ball. . 21, important to ladies mls pcs i Vas a Swain would re pc Cipully in Tarm the ladies of India tin Mil is and Vicinity that they i ave commenced the 1 Ancy i Mill nary and Mantua making business. Ivov. Tog he in engaged in the bu�inc4 Lor a length of Lime in Cincinnati they feel confidant they can give Chi Iiene action. Ronenia silk fancy Capa flame in tree ribbons flown together with n general Astor Tinnent of trimmings a Uitti to the Breines pc it constantly on Nind. All orders Uro justly filled and charges r Ray on Able. Shop on Street one door West of May hew a store. Oct. 7tf n. will he Given to two or three ladies desirous of Learng the above business. Choc it if los. Wifi. A m Kight would respectfully inform the la it it re of indians Polis Jjo in my commenced Tho a fancy m1ll1naky Fuji news having procured the assistance of a lady from Itti Aldolphia who is competent to conduct the busing a in the most fast Tinubu style int thru Bonu cts can be Hod Togato a with act Rural assortment of trip tinting plumes fancy 1 Otic. Shop and residence on Pennsylvania Street firm Brick House North of Talbott s Corner. September itt1&i8.o y s t a r. S. Quot pish. And All kinds of wild Vare regularly served up at Hie City Saloon ult Illinois near Washington Street. Rcv Hunters bring on your game. Invitation. To he ladies of Ludian Upolu a amp Vicinity. Jus i a fax Liv , at Ilal la attn a Hudi Supply i fall and Winter Good., among which May a Lound some Choice Drew l attorn and shawl As Well a. The Little trim thing. And a. Fringe. Lycra edgings inserting Uloet. Home Mitt under a to no Collar Cap nutt., Hick Chlu. Me., Etc. Of which to respect Lully invite an Conn nation feeling confident that among the a Lection will to Lound some tie a radio Artielia. Call and tee us ladies we will show you or goo in with pleasure. Lndinnnpoli., september 23,1619.new books t new books h Corr Bur so. door it i us l Rowuin Quot 1 Art constantly receiving Nodi tins to their stuck Iroku new York Philadelphia amp a. We invite Tho Hook buyers in Indiana to give u. A Call. An. We will a Ava hem tha trouble and risk of buying out of tin hate. Her dear breaking. January. 1918. Jelsi mor Rincon amp Talbott. A a Prosperity lira m ten Carol him that beats tto never in the Tongue of hint that makes . A left. Post a a a pedagogue a Sully Jones Hugo Vou Dixit Lleni sunt 1 set you a no Iligir i Cun i do a can to do it in a ashamed of you. Why of your ago i could do any Sun int was set me. 1 a Tato that turd can to for there is no sum that can t to done 1 toll 1 think thir i know a Thum you can t the incr out to thu i Well Well Sally let s hear 1 ill thigh thir if one Apple Cauthen the ruin of the whole human Rath How Many la Tull will it take to make n barrel of the tweet thiner thir a miss Sally Jones you May turn to your parsing marry not a gwm Ler. A tippler or a haunter of taverns because he who has no regard for himself will never have any for his wife. A joke not All a marriage has ceased to be a matter exclusively of contract As it is still in the East and among the Rov nyties of Europe there has always been in putting what is emphatically called the question. This difficulty would seen to be somewhat solved if the following Story told by the editor of the Philadelphia City item a is not a Story in both Sens is. For Tho Sake of those of our renders who May be pondering the Point to Trust that it is True As it establishes a Good precedent a few rights Back a Small party of ladies and gentlemen were laughing Over the supposed awkwardness attending a declaration of love when a gentleman remarked thut if he Ever offered himself he would do it in a collected and business like manner. A for instance a he continued addressing himself to a i tidy present i would say a miss is have been two years looking for a wife. 1 am in Tho receipt of about n thousand dollars a year from my business which is daily on the increase. Of All the indies of my acquaintance i Admire you the most indeed i love you and would gladly make you my a you flatter me by your preference a Good humor edly replied miss Sto the Surprise of All present a 1 refer you to my father Bravo in exclaimed the gentlemen. A Well i declare said the ladies in chorus. The lady and gentleman Good Reader were married m october. Mind Yount own , mind your own business what need it concern you if John Snooks is courting sol Thompson 1 they arc undoubtedly rational beings and can conduct their love affairs in a becoming manner without and of your interference. What if Deb Short has got a new dress it is probably paid for and Cost you nothing. Therefore Why need you interest yourself about it. What if the principle merchant in the Village has become insolvent 7 you Are not among his creditors and for heavens Sake Why can to Sou let the Man Honvo a Little enjoyment ? suppose Orcas Swift does go to dancing school 7 it Cost you nothing and As she has n frail Constitution a Little exercise of this kind will Benefit her general health. This inter meddling with the affairs of others to the utter neglect of their own is becoming a great Deal too prevalent with a certain class in Small villages. There Are none of us who escape misfortune Orare free from error but to be made the butt and byword of a set of gossiping inter meddling simpletons merely on account of inevitable misfortune or n single error committed is far from being agreeable. If this class of beings Honvo any business of their own we Hope that out of shame for themselves and for the credit of their relatives they will attend to it. Absence of is 9.tid that the Foreman of a grand jury at st. Louis who dazzled by the Beauty of a lady who appeared As a witness that became a Little confused and after administering Tho oath of usual instead of presenting Tho Book Drew up the his fart in Tho most fascinating manner and said a now kiss me to never discovered his error till the whole jury burs out into a Roar of laughter. A i say Dick done to you think that if the women had to do the fighting instead of the men they Woultz Moke bloody work fit a a no Why do you ask a a because i think they would they have such an engaging Way with a i hats very True but then they have n so such a captivating Way that there would be doubtless More prisoners than a Gallant somewhere we forgot where was asked How he succeeded in his attempts upon the heart of mis Smith a Sowell a said he that i have the refusal of her hand a a your whiskers remind me very much of old general Taylor a said a gentleman Tho other Day to a Young squirt who was cultivating a very uncompromising and Saudy crop of hair on his face a Why so a eagerly asked the ambitious youngster with a gratified Lone and air. A a because they re rough and Reddy a was the reply. A modest Young lady desiring Tho leg of a Chicken at table snid she would take that part a which ought to be dressed in Panta Lettes a Young gentleman opposite immediately culled for that part which usually wears the Bustle. A certain storekeeper in London was in want of on errand boy and put up a notice As follows a a boy wanted the next morning he found hanging to the Knocker of his door an infant which held in its hand a slip of paper on which was written. A a Here he a twins by the Powers 7�?� cried the horror struck irishman As the nurse approached bearing a new pledge of affection from his fruitful a twins Hinny a cried the nurse a a Faith Murdoch and its the blessed whisky that makes be Sec double this morning in a Clergyman of a country Village desired hit clerk to give notice that there would be no service in the afternoon As he was a going to officiate with another the clerk As soon As the service was ended called out a i no desired to give notice that there will be no service this afternoon As or. L is going a fishing with another a Noble sentiment he who forgets the Fountain from which he drank and the tree under whose Shade he gambled in the Days of youth is n stranger to the sweetest impressions of Tho human heart. If it Wasny to for Hope the Hort would break a at the old lady said when she buried her seventh husband and looked anxiously round the funeral crowd for another. Love letters should never be thrown into the fire As the combustible nature of their contents is such that it is like throwing fat or spirits on the flames and May set the Chimney on fire. A Clergyman on Reading Tho 27th verse of Tho 10th chapter of the first of Kings placed the emphasis on the words denoted by italics rendering the verse an Absurdity a a and he spake to his sons saying Roddic me the ass and they saddled him. How Many fond mothers and frugal housewife a keep their pretty daughters and their preserves for some extra occasions or persons till they both turn sour. A Wagoner s the fair sex Tho Jack screw of the United states and the wheel horse of All creation. A the Cap of Liberty is the name bestowed by mrs Trollope on a widows curiosities. The screw that was Loose somewhere. Some of the riches that took wings and flew away. The Fin of an Odd a woman a Back that was up. A tooth of the youngest born of Niobe. A lid of the Eye of Mars. The Tarl of an Irish Bull. The Shadow of a Shade very indistinct. The upper lip of a mealy Mouth. One of the Eye brows of the Green eyed monster one of the two tails that the cat Didul Wunt and n cat of nine tails

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