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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - October 14, 1848, Indianapolis, Indiana7 a Brevity is the 80ul of wit vol. I. C itt of India in Apo i. Is saturday october ii Isis. No. A. The locomotive in fainted and Ruoli surn every min but at the Book and til off its of ool al eur amp Ftp of Forte know nine thy David r Eldru amp co. To errs for 3 months Zenir Ctm advanced a one it year. No Patter will to Vonu Nudd to Mil Lime for which they have Jwied expires Uii to mib Scriln r att it ule Lem on in renewed _ #. the firm in Riun j cents per line Well Kali Gigue and benevolent i noftion 4 cents per line notices Ili Rihs mar Riino a mid deaths grit to. Communications and subscriptions must be on a to a tuk by Tco Stotis Imit an in it a Larf of handed in to the publication office. Opposite urdu null a a. Time on affluent from the top of his Cone like Cov j he lines to a coquette Ore a Good specimen of Ottov playfulness and Are very flowing in their versification a with much regret my Sweet coquette and longing eyes i leave thee but still there a Bliss in knowing this my loss will not Bereave thee. You still Lime flirt and be As pert for other Lorins will please thee though eyes As Bright and hearts As Light As freely May release thee. Go dimpled Cheek in rapture speak that lovers May adore thee think not in Shade the Rose will fade that time is gathering o or thee. New Hopes my Bloom new beaux tray come and simple souls believe thee but fortunes smile is faithless guile that beams but to deceive thee. Then sweetest prude think not in a rude that thus 1 do advise thee thy charms once o or who will adore thy flatterers w ill despise thee. Then while thine Eye can win a sigh and thrill with fond Devotion pull tight the line n prise is thine from fortunes fickle Occam. Ering poured u flood of dark tinged water through one of the holes and Down his neck. His German watched this Stream with intense interest As it calculating How much the artists clothes would hold before they would leak. When he had finished George the German broke Forth in admiration a veil for a Little mans you hold Moro Vater Den Ever i see before. It vill take you von Vucek to be so Nice and dry As be Vas Shust just then a voice from Shore hailed them a look Jour you with that awful ugly hat what in the Thunder arc you silting out thar in the rain for who arc you ? what Are you going to do a a i am going to canvass the Mississippi a said Sam. A you re an a Ryoul inquired the squatter a no not exactly a said Sam a except in a Small Way for my own individual Benefit. I am going to 4 to take the Harar you going to take it to a inquired the squatter. 4 All round the country said Sam 4 and Over to # 4 Well Afore you Kin do that you la Hev to git in awful big tub and Sot yourself at the Mouth to draw it off 4 of no a says Sam 41 am drawing it off now thu squatter looked up and Down the Shore two or three limes and shouted Back a i done to Sec As it Gils much lower your sucking machine draws it off dreadful a 1 am fainting the Mississippi my Friend a answered the artist. A j Jev you got my Cabin chalked Down v he inquired. A yes a answered Sam 4 and you 4 Good by Thunder said the squatter. 4 when you show me to Thorn English Fellers jest Tell pm in a a Mississippi screamer i Kin Hoe More Corn ill a Day than any Yankee Machino Over invented an taking the Mississippi. While or. Sam Stockwell the artist now engaged on the great Panorama of the Mississippi in this City was one afternoon slowly floating Down the River in his boat a Virv uncomfortable Shower came pattering Down at the moment he was about dropping Anchor to sketch the picturesque establishment of a squatter lie hesitated a moment hut finally let go and his boat swung around in the Stream. 4 Vot Isle you going to picture him Mil der rain v Muir cd his German boat Emu. 4 no a says Sam 4 but i m going to picture him Niit Tho Pencil. To Are now about at the right spot to Tuko a Good View of that Odd looking Cabin and to e go on we will Loose it. So haul out the old umbrella and i will try a sketch. Perhaps by the time to finish our View the proprietor will i Vitu us to take some butter milk with a this old umbrella had by certain violent concussions received on Tho trip become quite a curious to. One half of the whalebone were gone and. When it was hoisted it Hung like a Wobegon com hero Over its owner. The pitching of it carelessly into the boat on sundry occasions had introduced Tell shaped skylights in its roof and taken altogether it was the sorries apology for shelter Ever Trec Bod Over a soverign i zoo of the great United a a talks. 8am, however worked away beneath the Gingham until he finished his sketch. All this when i hit anything from a Bullock Down to Humin in turn they generally think lightning Isco Inin 4 arc you a Taylor Man v inquired Sam. You a t Aylor Man v inquired Sam 4 no by Thunder a says he. 4 do you go in for cars then a id Quirck Sam. 4 Well 1 calculate not stranger a shouted he. 4 what do you support Van Burn continued Tho artist. 4 no sir shouted the screamer 41 support Betsey and the children and its Dan tight screwing to get along with them with Corn at Twenty five cents a bushel.�?T. A Good Bye stick to Betsy and the children a said Sam 4 they Are the Best candidates outland raising Anchor he floated off. As he sped Onward the squatter s voice reached him once More and its Burthen was. A Hurrah for general Jackson. The old Mississippi and me and . Louis reveille. Matrimonial is stated that at Poughkeepsie new York there has been raging for a vent past a matrimonial fever which is carrying off great numbers of Young men and women has taken even boys of seventeen and has effected to some extent the widows and widowers. In one Church it is said there is scarcely a Marriable couple left. 4 Why have women no beards a inquired one gentleman of another at the menagerie a few Days ago. 4 because they can to hold their Mouths still Long enough to be shaved a was the reply. For Verst Cle fathers and Only on an infant daughters first walking. By James Gregor Grant. A ambitions Little Elf off by thy adventurous self fairly off ? o fair betide the with no living thing beside thee Mot a leading string to guide thee not a hair to creep or crawl by not a Cushon cd Stool to fall by not a Finger tip to catch at not a sleeve or skirt to snatch at fairly off at length to sea full twelve inches can it be really truly from the Lee of mamas protecting knee i fair and softly soft and fairly Little bark thou soil st it rarely in thy de bom Power and Pridu o or the carpet s level tide lurching though from Side to Sido kor and anon and heeling like n Tipsy Cherub reeling if cd in cherubs saucy Gipsy i smile like thee Ore or get Tipsy i even As though Yon dancing Mote in the sunny air afloat. Or the merest breath that met thee. Might suffice to Overset thee Helm a weather steady steady i a nay the dangers past already Thom with gentle course untroubled table Cape full Well Hast doubled sofa Iio int Hast shot Abend. Safe a Footstool Island sped and Art steering will and truly on Fot Closel Blurb or duly 1 Anchor now or turn in time Ere within the torrid which the Tropic fender Bounds and with Brazen zone surrounds turn tech. Weary Little vessel nor with further perils wrestle turn thee to refit awhile in the sweetly sheltering smile of thine own Mal Ernul Isle in the Haven of dear rest proffered by the coating breast and the Ever ready knee of a Mother True to thee As the Liest of mothers to i nay adventurous Little ship if thine anchors still a trip. And instead of port you choose such another toilsome cruise. Wheresoever the Whin my Lead the. On my treasure i and god Speed the. I hackneyed As perchance they be solemn words Are these to me nor from in irreverent lip heedlessly or lightly slip even he whose name 1 take thus my dear one for thy Sake in this seeming Idle Strain knows 1 Lake it not 44in vain a but As in a parents prayer unto him to bless and spare a

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