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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - February 3, 1849, Indianapolis, IndianaSo indies dear indies Pray do not forget an excellent bachelors hearts to be let. The tenant will have a few taxes to pay love Honor and heaviest item obey As for the Good will the lands inclined to have that if agreeable settled in kind indeed if he could such a matter arrange head be highly delighted to take in Exchange provided True title by prudence be shown any heart unencumbered and free As his own. So ladies dear ladies Pray do not forget an excellent bachelors heart s to be let. A Jane How do you Liko marriage a a very much my husband is such a Deer Man that he is always fawning upon query ? is the woman in her Doe Tnge or did Jane marry a Buck a doctors Young physician asking permission of a lady to kiss her she replied a a no sir i never like to have a doctors Bill thrust in my the fair Edi tresses of the Lowell offering request the postmasters in future not to address them As dear sir a it seems so Odd to them. Apples cakes and a Simmon Beer new year comes but once a year 1 so some ancient poets Sung. Then go it gals while you re Young 1 a i shall re wive shortly a As the Man said on the morning of his second wedding. Never tread on the Tail of a cat or Tell a woman the is not handsome unless you Are fond of music Reader did you Ever enjoy the ext Atic Bliss of courting if not you had better get a Little Gall an try. For the i oct motive. is one class of Community we seem to think but Little about but to whom we Are indebted for almost every Comfort we enjoy and pleasure we experience through our whole in the helplessness of infancy our unsteady footsteps arc assisted and our tottering forms sustained the pleasures and delights of our Youthful Days arc augmented and sweetened the wants of our Tea Turer years administered to with cheerfulness the Burthen of our declining years lightened of their heaviness. Whichever Way to move on whatever Side we turn our eyes we behold evidences of their skill and ingenuity a in their works their presence is forever visibly before us. Need i say that i allude to the Humble a pretending Mackanic t yes upon them the promethean spark has fallen from god s Ulter and lights up the Chambers of their immortal mind. And there it Burns glowing and Bright throwing its radiations Over the world. To these men knowledge has been Given and with this mighty Talisman they unfold the map of the mouldering past Dis entombed it rises breathing and glowing with the life it once had. Every Stone and pillar crumbling and Moss overgrown of the cities of the East Tell us of their might and the Little Mounds of our own lauds silent and still As the dead that sleep in their bosoms still speak to us of their they stretch Forth their hands and new lands other nations Spring up in the bosom of the they Point to the Blue magnificence above shining with those a a Isles of Light a and they become inhabited worlds. With their Aid Man rides secure upon the angry and fretted Billows of the Ocean or sails exulting by Over the Clouds. Fearlessly they have tamed the mad lightning and it becomes the messenger of their will. At their command old time rings out his flight and the hours Mark their passage As they go upon the dial plate. Now they stoop by the bed Side of the dying and it a touch the warm blood flows gently Back and Tho current of life is resumed. They breathe the notes of sweetness in a a music a gentle flow casting Over the soul that inexpressible sympathy that unites two Kindred hearts or utters Forth the tones of inspiration that died not on Judea a Hills. They explore the bowels of the Earth and scatter abroad its Mineral wealth. They walk secure in Tho caverns of the sea and bring to Light the hidden wonders of the deep. They have brought together the opposing elements fire and water and from them produced one More terrible than either but they have bound it with their a a Iron band powerful and terrible As it is it becomes the passive slave of their will. They Send abroad Over the world the printed Page sparkling with the Rich gems of thought they have rendered imperishable and its rays Shine alike in the cottage and the Hall. Pioneers of Civili Antion they go before All others mountains fall level to the Plain before them and in their footsteps cities Spring up in desert places of if by Enchant menu All the delights and pleasures that Cluster around our Homes and the enjoyments of Hospital ties abroad arc attributable to them. Benefactors of the human race for Mankind have they devoted their minds it so their lives. They have built up a Monument for themselves More enduring than Marble or brass perpetual As time and coexistent with eternity around its Summit the fires of their Genius will Ever play a land Mark for a a millions yet to prisoner Birds lament. There was a time when i was Freo As air on these Bright wings i be soared Tho sky Sublime in be gazed on nature a a charms divinely fair and saw Tho Bright Majestic Sun decline. With Joy i met the Gay Ruttum of Spring and saw old Winters blasts pass Swift away summer did then a thousand pleasures bring for i was then the Blithe st of the Gay. At Early Dawn 1 Mode the forests ring and Sung from morn till night without dolby now Mcmary doth but painful feelings bring and All my Joys forever flown away. What though those Walls were built of solid Gold. And All around was Lovely Sweet and fair it would be nought to Liberty untold give me the breath of Tho pure Mountain air. 1 now look Back to Tho Days of love and Joy. For prison Walls now me securely bind and this dark cell Iny Freedom docs destroy i die my Fate is cruel and unkind. Georgius. Newark Ohio. Answer to Enigma last de Santa Maria de Jesus. , Cesar allium Marion Siam nun cat Mier Jamaica Ararat Jeddo Antarctic Forres Ludo an Eric. The locomotive to contributors and correspondents. Quot the acknowledge the receipt of several communications this week that will be disposed of when the names of the authors Are sent in. S Atiz Bay. Feb diary 3. 1349. Last week we noticed that Zenas Lake had received the appointment of receiver and entered upon the duties of his office by the time the edition of the Pup or was worked off and before it was distributed or. L. Was no More. On the wednesday preceding his death we saw him on the Street in the night he commenced throwing up blood and by Friday noon he was a Corpse. Or. father wus Ono of the first settlers in this place and the deceased was highly esteemed by a Large Circle of friends. We would Call attention to the communication by a a Max a in another column it is a tribute to Worth and Genius that serves to recall Tho deep debt we owe the honest Humble unassuming Mechanic for the Many comforts we enjoy. And we would Call the particular attention of those purse proud pompous mushroom self constituted aristocrats who a look Down on the Mechanic As n being of inferior Worth. The a a 3�?� still keep a a popping it to the unlicensed retailers of the ardent to the Tunc of ?50a go. There has been 8 or 10 suits against the retailer in which they Are fined 850 each. This Money goes into the pockets of the corporation and we would like to ask our honorable fathers if with All this Money they cannot afford to let a Little Light Shine on their Humble constituents and get those lamps 1 a a let there be is a certain building in thu City that deserves notice and to will do it in such a Way that there will let of no difficulty in locating it in the second Story is the office of a Justice of lit peace. In the ground room is one of the dirtied filthiest Nastiest do Geries that we Hove seen for Many n year constantly filled with a lot of Toper whose noses show surely that they swill the pro Hibi Lod liquors. Rioting and Row dying is the result of towering and the cases of this kind that occur in one part of the building Are dealt Wither cording to Law in the other. This is Justice. We would not accuse the owner of la Etc Dogger of retailing liquor of no 1 it is whole Sale certainly and nothing Shorter. This Panoc a really a curiosity it this Day and we would Odd no those who have not seen it to take a look it it. Improvements a the Council have erected a foot Bridge Over the canal on Maryland sirs be and repaired Tho Large Bridge both of which a a much needed. The timbers in the Bridge on the Diagonal leading to Tho grave Yard Are becoming very much decayed would it not be Well to l lv0. Them examined and see that there is no danger their giving Wuy i

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