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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - May 6, 1848, Indianapolis, IndianaA if it ? if it if <5f 2p@lffttfg>. Col it Clel 5 hour. How can i win Tho 1 for thine eyes soft glances have stolen to my heart to Nestle there and even my dream thy Beauty but enhances As morning Calls me with its fretting care and through the Livelong it Luy my lovers fancies thy Young form picture in its Beauty rare half human half divine a thing of heaven with All its brightness to Enchant us Given. How shall i woo thee Dearest 1 will sing thee lays of Sweet love at Midnight a gentle time every Low Breeze in accents soft shall bring thee my fond hearts feelings in its softest rhyme e in the Sweet perfume Summers glories fling thee when Beauty s brightest Bliss is in its prime shall As it steals upon thy wakened senses Tell the soft tale of loves dear influences. Wilt thou not love me ? of the pleasure that now i feel is when 1 see thee smile the Long Dull hours without thee seem to measure Ages of grief thou Only const beguile and each dear word thou spen Kest is a treasure i cherish in my heart and Hope the while to find in them and in thy lightning glances some traces of the love that All my life entrances. A Jim s Prosperity lie. In the enrol him him hears it never in the Tongue of Iii a Tomt Muk Esit a a la it pc s Lymm lost. The woman who kissed one of the Jinp Erory a Public audiences at scale Brunn n woman res ier Iahlo by her age and her manners a rescued herself. She paused directly in front of the emperor and waited some time in silence. Napoleon seeing that the lady said nothing to him asked her Why she came there 1 a sire a said she i Dure not confess the object of my explain yourself fearlessly Madam i will hear a sire i came to demand neither Gold nor honors. 1 came Only to ask permission to kiss your majesty before 1 die the emperor was quite surprised and made haste to Grant with the Best Grano in the world a request so a ittle Burthen inc to the Treasury and casting a last look upon the withered but yet regular und Majestic features of the old woman he could not forbear saying in a Hulf whisper to Prince Ber to liver who happened to be near him if she had taken this idea forty years Ngo sire a said the old lady in a Low voice Twenty years ago this idea haunted me worse than at the present time but then it would have Beau too dangerous for Napoleon smiled and extended a hand to the old lady upon which she pressed her lips Inore respectfully perhaps than she had upon the Imperial Cheek illiterate scotch Collier went to the minister of the Parish in which he lived to see about getting his child baptised. When he got to the minister s House he was asked How Many commandments there were ? Twenty a he replied. Go away go away a said the minister a you must learn your questions before you come to get your children As the Collier was going Down the Avenue leading from the ministers House he met a fellow Miner going on the same errand. A Well a said he a How Ninny commandments Are there a ten.�?T. A of i be no Edna gang up there win ten. I offered him Twenty and he Wyndna take Why is love like a potato i r because it shoots from the Eye. A droll Chap was asked by an old lady to read the newspapers and taking it up began As follows a last night yesterday morning about two of clock in the afternoon before breakfast a hungry Hoy about forty years old bought a lip custard for a Levy and threw it through a Brick Wall nine feet thick and jumping Over it broke his ankle right above the knee fell into a dry Mill Pond and was drowned. About forty years after that on the sumo Day an old cat had nine Turkey gobblers a High wind blew Yankee poodle on a frying pan and knocked the old dutch churn Down and killed an old sow and two dead pigs in Boston where n deaf and dumb Man was talking French to his aunt the old lady taking a Long breath exclaimed a do Tell in a Sailor dropped out of the Mai top of a Man of War and after in some degree breaking his fall by catching at the rigging fell on the a head and knocking him Down on the Quarter deck. The Sailor jumped As dial the lieutenant a you Rascal a said the lieutenant where did you come from the North of Ireland please your said the a Law the estate that was left a said an irishman to his lawyer a was n pig and a Bushel of potatoes which were to be divided Between the heirs myself and brother. The executors shut the pig up with Trio potatoes and during the night he eat them up. And now we want to know How we Ore to Divide the couples were legs lev divorced during the late session of the Alabama legislature. Thirty couples were divorced by one Bill on the last Day of the or Tsiou of the Kentucky legislature. In Connecticut there is a Large business done at each session of the legislature in the Way of in marrying. A i wish you would give to that Gold ring on your Finger said a Village Dandy to a country girl for it resembles the duration of my love for you it was no a excuse me sir a snid she i choose to keep it for it is likewise emblematic al of mine for you it has no a Cleveland paper in alluding to the privileges of the ladies the present year gives the following caution a it should however be clearly understood that by the a common Law a married women notwithstanding it is leap year Are not permitted to make love except to their own husbands it maybe said generally of husbands As the old woman said of hers who had abused her to in old maid who reproached her for being such a fool As to marry him a to he sure he s not so Good a husband As he might be but he a u powerful sight better than somebody says that a vows made in storms Are forgotten in a Chap at our Elbow who has a wife and half a dozen daguerreotypes says that 4 vows made in courtship Are considered practical jokes in Matrimony. A wife a said a married Man. Looking for his Bootjack after she was in bed a i have a place for All my things and you ought to know it a a yes a snid she 1 ought to know where you keep your late a he who goes to bed in anger has the Devil for a a wag desires us to say that he knows a married Man who to Lough he goes to bed of Meek and gentle As a Iamb in in the same predicament. How did Adam get out of the Garden of Eden ? he was snaked out. Thoe Clergyman was censuring a lady for tight lacing a Why a replied she a you would not surely recommend Loose habits to your parishioners a Sam Slick the villain says he would rather break a Yoke of cattle any Day Hun to try to make up a quarrel Between two women. Why is the Devil Riding on a mouse like one and the some thing 1 because it is synonymous. Sin on a Riouse. A jilted chemist defines love to be composed of fifteen parts of Gold three of Fame and two of affection. Who were the first gamblers Adam and eve for they tossed up Paradise for in Apple. Why Are the mexicans like wooden clocks ? because the Yankees first set them running. Of hot curiosities. A piece of leather tanned with the bark of a dog. A pair of spectacles worn by the Green eyed monster. The Crown worn by King alcohol. The watch that the stars set in the sky. A Corn Cut from the Light fantastic toe. The Hustle worn by Araby a daughter. David c it a la ii a i i wholesale and a Tail dealer 1st drug Tolci Zirini i. In Tuiala. Oils varnishes Dye stuff. Glass Wake. Window Glasa White Lead. Putty. &.e. , ind. N. 1 a particular intension Given to filling prescriptions and compounding medicines april 1-fim i. A it it Oil an hand n Superior a Riclo of Cincinnati Inird Oil for Sale by january 5. 1848. We. Hannaman. 111 a tel i Superior common tobacco received on Constgn-1 in in. And lot Sale Low by the Box. By uni Ivury 13, std. We. Hannaman. J. Lister Ftp Radical Galvani st and electrician. Till under signed would inform the i Traen of n d vim nity that he front or Jone , my will continue to item nil easts of mute or chronic Dud Nervo . Especially disease Peculiar Lofe mobs n w hich her tootle of Trent mint is unrivalled. Js9 William Dianna in a apothecary a druggist opposite tits. Pust Offlie. Indianapolis ind., ii Avino Purcla std the Inion a tot or. J. in the 11 above Husmees will continue the mine at the old Atud. W Here lie would lie pleased to his old friends and the Buldic. Strict attention will tie Given to compounding a putting up physician . January 1848. ¿15 and Jaren Hall a co.,m e r u ii \ t t a 1 to r s. No. A a Palmer a Loibiso. Vii Shingto Street. Indi Ana Pous. Hanuka turf Eilind wholesale and peril dealers in Heady made , Cawi Meree. Vest be. Trimmings and every description of gentlemen s fur night re a gel x. A. Good. N to. No Ole. Hood a Noble will it i la ale a detail bookseller a Uttz stationers in d i t new iiuild1ng. Builth Side of a it Kkt. I Sam n a tot is. A hts i la Wilson a it Hevea Large Ini of Levy s Cone ii Mimi i1#.4, und Iii sell it in n Stuie of paper limn Ihu pursuits claiming to be the a Only of Horacd person in this cite our visit us Rel t f Brtna Nivus. Jun. 22. 1818. Tobacco and ciurus. C i if st article of Igors and Cavendish 1 Otic to Lor Sale he Jan oar if. 1848 we Hannaman. Silav books new books vol Ilsun a Talbott one door weal of Browning s. 1,1 a re receiving addition to their Stock from new York. Philadelphia. 0. We invite the Lunik buyers in Indiana to give us a Call and we Wilt save ctn the trouble and risk of buying out of lbs state. One door in my of brow Ingr. January. Hub. To Lii Moi Olson amp Talbott
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