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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - May 6, 1848, Indianapolis, Indiana year. The Young folks have not forgotten that this is leap year but Are taking advantage of it not Only in our City but in All parts of the country. Since the 1st of january we have recorded 36 marriages and to doubt not there Are a great tinny we did not get of which either one or both the parties resided in this City or Vicinity. The matrimonial Banner we unfurled some weeks since seems to be growing More and week there is hut one War cry in this great Battle of the heart and that is a United we stand divided we fall a a to Arma to arms a the War goes bravely on we see even school boys and girls ure practising in the use of the magic Arrow and Are already becoming adepts. Well this is As it should he a train up a child in the Way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it a or As the modern version reads a go it while you re Young for when you get old you Well Here is the merry month of May just the month to get married in and we arc sure the ladies ought to Inke advantage of it. We want to record just 31 marriages this month and we can Only do so with your assistance. Come now gals get up May parties and Riding and fishing and walking parties and picnics for these Are the Best places in the world to do the amiable at on both sides and girls remember that you Are masters of ceremonies on All occasions except those of of ing the Swiams. The leap year meetings that were reported in the locomotive some weeks since have been discontinued the members got married so Fust they could never get a quorum together. The Laziest Large Black dog that occupies a conspicuous place to front of or. Nicolai a store having received a majority of Ali the votes Given was declared duly elected the Laziest Man in the City. Or. Lawson was not Able to at. Tend the polls on account of indisposition other Wise to would undoubtedly have been elected. Monsieur de Granville a class had a very pleasant Cotillon party on last thursday Wheelu Twenty couple enjoyed themselves until Midnight when they sought their Homes. These parties will be Given Semi occasionally and those not members of the class can attend them by paying a Small sum. Habits a department. Edited by a , May 6, 1848. From Chi Young ladies casket. Jar Ftp mints for the . Let the Sun occupy himself As he pleases several hours before you look at him should he hide his head much during the Day. You should be alarmed lest it should rain. Beware therefore of exposing yourself by going to Church and you would have this to console you that then would be More space in the Church for your being absent and therefore others would be More comfortable a Fine idea indeed i if on due attention you cannot find a pin Large enough to Hung a reasonable excuse upon for staying at Home then magnanimously and for conscience Sake and for the Beauty of the example and a a that determine to go. Should you arrive Early at the Sanctuary you would have some time to discuss some worldly topic or other to the edification of the bystanders. Be sure you talk loudly and earnestly about the Church door before you enter because you will thus Edify a Large number and show int the hours you have slept after Sunrise have not enfeebled your intellect. Should you be uniformly late you will interest the audience in your regularity. Be sure you Send your children into the gallery to look out a location for themselves. They will have considerable sea room and undoubtedly do themselves Honor in preventing the upper part of the Sanctuary from being a scene of melancholy quietness. Give them a Penknife that they May learn if any of the Cedars of Lebanon have been used in tile Temple. Be sure and take your dog with you for to would feel very lonely at Home besides if he is a dog of spirit he will do something to prevent that silence which frequently makes some melancholy. Shut him out of your slip that people May see with what dignity he can Trot up and Down the Isles and How pathetically to can whine after his master. If you could not piece out your Early Day slumbers with a Nup in the morning service do not be discouraged a Hearty dinner will enable you to do it in the afternoon. Should you occupy the remainder of the Sabbath in general walk a it on a novel or a visit to your neighbor you would then muck your sub Buth a garment of one piece. There would to no solemn sensation to mar its Beauty. Should you Honor All your sabbaths on Earth according to the above Case you will find an Opportunity to consider the result hereafter. E3efc Matte sur Otan , ant fling our Otan Baluta u01 t. And is it thus ? then Why Repine ? Why complain that life is but n dreary was to the dark Grove i if Man May choose his own pathway Why does he murmur that his lot is Low or that his heart is almost crushed by sorrows if he May fashion his own destiny Why trends he not where brightest Sunshine Falls with not one ominous Cloud to mar its Beauty 1 and yet he has the Power to shape his course and does lie surveys the a a worlds Broad Field of Battle a and decides where he will move and when he passes on with firm undaunted step not often is his aim Defeated. Dost thou doubt it gentle Reader ? look about thee perchance thine Eye May rest on one. Whom thou Mayest deem the favorite of Fortune who has gained Fame a lofty Pinnacle men Praise him for his deeds of Noble daring mid his name is registered among those of the mighty. Yet thou will not say he reached an Eminence for which lie strove not. Or thou Mayest behold another who less Dazzles thee although he drinks the hitter Wnters of Griefs chalice yet he is not wretched nay he is Happy if there is ought of happiness below but is this Pence bestowed regardless of his deeds a a no. Or ask thy sire of those whose names Are chronicled among the annals of the past and he will Tell thee that they too a a made their own then weigh Well thine actions for they give n form and Hue to All thy course and thou must reap the fruit of thine own doing. Evil following allegory was translated from the German Sophronius a Wise teacher would not suffer even his grown sons and daughters to associate with those whose conduct was not pure and upright a dear father a said the gentle Eulalia to him one Day when he forbade her in company with her brother to visit the volatile Lucinda a dear father you must think us very childish if you imagine that we should he exposed to danger by the father took in silence a dead Coal from the Hearth and reached it to his daughter a it will not Burn you my child take Eulalia did so and behold her Beautiful White hand was soiled and blackened and As it chanced her White dress also. A we cannot be Loo careful in handling coals a said Eulalia in vexation. Yes truly a said her father a you Sec my child that coals even if they do not Burn Blacken. Soil is with the company of the births. Quot a Bubs in a Home is a Well Spring of plot rare a Maui Edgar of Paar and a love a Val it is a Laal of unit a loan to a rendered Back with alar Oil Quot on the �8th iiim., or Matt lips Alford cite Allier Man for Iho 3d Vearil bad a non added to his inti Iyo weight ii Iha. On to ii mat., air. Moira 11> win nil bad a Usu Attr Udod to Hia family. On Hitt 2d inst., or. Cal re George had a son added to his family. On tin 3d or. John wan is bad a Eon added to Lite family. A a Turt Autv. A o Happy lot and hallowed even a i the Joy of Adieu where the Golden Chain is entwined with the roads on april 30ili, at Coats hotel try Llev or Gillett my Jask a. . To or. Aulca Xuha w. Cim Small of this . On tin 2d, by the Rev. T i. Cd mar mins fit a usos to mrs in run Morris nil of this county to Tiu hippy couple who hid n kind remembrance of the Printer we tender our Bent via Tea Lor future happiness and pro. Purity death o death what aft Thon 1 strange and solemn alchemist elaborating like a a al tier from these Clayey on the 28th. Of pneumonia. Mrs. Elu Thitu wife of John 1. Mcguire not d in years t i Lii 1st, it a no Loon a for o sickness of 5 Day of Scarlet fever to Upas a on of Chari Sund Ann Steven of this City. T to the 2d in int his residence nor in this county or. Peter Ware Tlell. Cosite ratty on sunday the 30th inet it 5 o clock p. M., min a Cor Nutua c. Pratt need 20 years. In the death of this Stim Nolc Young indy n urge Circle of relatives and friends mourn the loss of their brightest ornament. Alan How dieting is human life hut a abort time since she was in Blooming health writ it Prospect of n life of us Culm is for her rare Talent and Strong mind Gnevo Pront be that her earthly course would to one of no Ordinary interest. But he who a a loves n Norini re Mark had marked her for his prey and nought could save her longer from his cruel grasp. May he who is Able to bind up the broken la Art and heal he wounded spirit pour upon the hearts of those dear relatives who live to Noum her departure to Oil of Eon notation nod ten Cut them to Imi Lutc her Virtues and he prepared to meet iter who hag gone to those Blest inns on where there a Hall be no Moro p voting borrow or High aug and where All torn shall be wiped new nyx a thus a tor by Star declines. Till nil no passed new nyx As morning High and higher Shine to pure and per acct Day nor Ink those Atara in empty night. They hide than delve. by Avo a own Iii mum wanted Phi Quot sul Tribit is n lady about eighteen year of age pos 1 seeing in education Perl rms Well upon the i nuo and guitar considers herself it Cut. Much of an dept in Domestic Fliris disposition naturally anti Nola nut roui Utka Bly handsome a in rather est a Circum Suncee and her Lut Nily is one if the Nruh to respectable in the City. She w tidies to unite herself Toa gentleman with disposition and similar to her own is i Nilufer it As regards his Fortune and Sec. Though preferring the latter to be Between in univ Oti and thirty. All communion Ion shall to strictly Touti Durial. Plume address under envelope to the a a locomotive a a Yow pm Irene l. Lost lost on the 16th of april. Is tron Pennsylvania Street and the second presbyterian Church a in co sell of a Piu. Auy it to on tin Ling it will he suitably rewarded by Luau tug it a the Jcu Elery store of c. A Ferguson. New goods new goods Mayhew. Dealer in s a fancy dry. Goods groceries Cotton yarns ac., 1� Culi saintly receiving additions to his Slock of the latest styles a must fashionable dress goods Bonnet trim Clotees. . Ings. Acc., aic., which w ill be sold at this Low est possible Price for curb South Side Washington Street. Indianapolis april 22, im8. John Douglass. John k. Elder. Douglass a Eldek Book and Job printers. Office in Blakes building on Washington Street opposite Brownings. Also the publication of of the locomotive
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