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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - November 11, 1848, Indianapolis, Indiana Winter is now at hand and All preparations should have been made Ere this for its approach. In our City much has been left undone that might and should have been done by those in authority the Crossings on Washington Street through the entire City have been left to Lake care of themselves but one crossing to our knowledge has been in any Woy improved and this was done by throwing two or three loads of gravel on to be scattered by every Wagon that passed and it is now Little or no better than the balance. The importance of having Elenn High Crossings for foot passengers on Washington bal week Delaware and Tennessee streets is obvious to All. During the whole summer and fall in moist or wet weather the mud and mortar has always been Over a lady a shoe in the deepest places and this might be obviated with Little expense. What Are the Street commissioners about i it is their duty to attend to this and they certainly must see the necessity of doing so immediately. If he should not we would advise every person to carry a Brick and drop it in the mud in the Street by doing so in the course of a few weeks Good Crossings May be made. The arc particularly anxious about those lamps that have been so loudly called for from All quarters. We would earnestly petition the grave and reverend Sci nors of the Council to shed a few rays of Light on this Community let your Light so Shine particularly in dark places and after night that All May Sec. We intend to a a keep it before the people a until you do. How about the Cumberland rond there has As yet been no company formed to apply to the Legia Latu re to finish it through this state is it not time something was done in this matter the Road and the interest of the City and state certainly demand that it should lie and it is about time some move was made in the matter. Would it not be better Stock than railroads ? the room that the Telegraph office is in sunk g inches on wednesday evening owing to the crowd of persons in it. Wonder if it is not a democratic room and if the sinking was not caused by the news received there he ladies department. Tiie Telegraph wires were broken West of this oily on thursday afternoon where or to the extent of damage we did not learn. Wonder if that Crape that the heavens was Hung w Black with by major Semans can to removed now As old Zack is elected. The 30th Day of november has been set apart by the governor As a Day of thanksgiving and prayer. A try is not a Betsy Quot brought out to proclaim the new to All the people. What is the a old cock a bout that he done to make her Crow 1 Clever late Rev. Daniel Isaac wow both a great wag and a great smoker and con a Lut fitly was As fond of smoking a joke As a pipe. A there you arc a cried a lady who surprised m one Day with his pipe in his Mouth a at your of again a a yes Nadain a replied he coolly owning al Quot edited by a , november 11, 1848. For the to a Talfourd a the prettiest gentleman in Indianapolis a we . Nay Tell me not of that Bright spot upon life a desert waste it wakes a thought which i have sought in vain to have effaced Oft when alone thy thrilling tone is sounding in my ear and Clear and Strong in wit or song thy Manly voice i hear. I must forget that we have met or Ever fell the pain which fills my heart that we must part and May not meet again Ere Long May st thou upon thy brow the Fadeless Laurel Wear which Fame will give to those who live like thee to place it there i the prettiest 01rl in . By miss Phoebe Caret. 1 have said i would not meet him have i said the words in vain i Sunset Burns Long the Hill tops and pm waiting Here again. But my Promise is not broken though 1 stand where once we met when i hear his coming footsteps 1 can Fly him even yet. To have stood Here Oft when evening deepened slowly Over the Plain. But i must not dare not meet him in the shadows Hern again for 1 could not turn Awny and leave that pleading look and tone and the sorrow of his parting would be bitter As my own. In the dim and Distant Ether the first Star is shining through. And another and another trembles softly in the Blue should 1 linger but one moment in the shadows whore i stand i shall Sec the Vinc leaves parted with a Quick impatient hand. But i wiil not wait his coming he will surely come once More though i said i would not meet him i have told him so before and he knows the stars of evening 6oe me standing Here again o. He surely will not leave me now to watch and wait in vain i a tis Tho hour the time of meeting i in one moment a twill be past and last night he stood beside to was that blessed time the lost a i could better Bear my sorrow could 1 live that parting Over of i wish 1 had not told him that i would not come once More 1 could that have been the night wind moved the branches thus apart t did 1 hear a coming footstep or Tho beating of my heart ? no 1 hear him i Enn see him and my weak resolves Are vain i will Fly but to his bosom and leave it not again religious notice. There will to Public preaching at Tho House of b. Pottage on Market Street North of the state House on next Sabbath Day to Morrow at 11 of clock a. M. 33 or n. M a Baba la a Lorna to a Wall apr iof of plea Anre a mat Anser of Poco a Oil lore Tat it d a Lala at of Ira to a Loaa to to room Tood Back with on the 29th ult., a daughter to or. Robert Stewart. On Tho id inn., a son to or. John Morgan. On the 3d, a son to Rev. William a. Holliday on the 4th, a daughter to or. Talbott proclus. On the st a daughter to or. Charlea 0. Warner. On the6th. A daughter to or. Frank. Morria. On the a eth a son to or. Harvey Fatout. On the 7tb, a son to or. William rit Naon. On Tho 7th, a daughter and son to or. John d. Alford. On the 6th, a son to or. Thomas rickets. On the 9tb, a son to or. Jacob Vandegrift. Jhansi let. "0 Happy let. Sad hallowed even or the Jer Oferrel. Where the Gal Dan Chain of . On the 6lh inn. By Tho Rev. Byrum Harrell mias Savaii Harrell to or. Lorenzo b. Gorrell licenses issued. To William f. Wadsworth and Emily Parrish to William Jennings and Mary Jannette Jones. To James l. Dunn and Nancy Depew. To John m. Ward and Sarah Anderson English. 39catt>s i o death what Art Thoa t Ira note mad solemn Alel Iwert elaborating Tifa a elixir from there Crayer on the 7th, John Butch. On the7th. David armintrout. Keg i. A it boat Folt Salt River. The Flint sailing sinn Diouri old Whitey will loan this Dis Rutan White River Bridge for Salt River direct on monday morning of 0 o clock. For Fruiht or in wage apply either no the White Hauae or on Board. All Bigg Nguc at the Nak of the owner. Gen. Zack Captain. O Charles Parky m. Do a physician and surgeon. Office at his Meridian Street North of to t governor Circle it Dinapoli. Ind. <cisr-3ut John Douglass. John h. Elder. Douglass x elder Book and Job printers. Office in Blakes building on Washington Street opposite Brownings. The publication of inc of to a Lafot Nedvar
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