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Indianapolis Locomotive (Newspaper) - August 26, 1848, Indianapolis, IndianaA a ii r e v i t y is the soul of vol v. City of Iii Asail oms saturday August �6, Isis. No. 11 the look motive is and every sat Ebay at or. Book Ato Job of fat or amp Rosita , by David it elder it co Tima a for 3 Ronillo 25 a Nir. A twin _c3 Ota Dziut a i ear. No paper will be continued o mail tubs Ciure Alier the time Lor w hich they have paid expires Inlew the subscription i renewed. fur Tho first insertion scent it or line each insertion t cents per line. Religious and benevolent notice. Hints. Marriage and deaths Gratis. Rouimi indications and subscription must be addressed Pott paid. To a a Tun Lam motive Fud snap omit Irvi a or Liun ded in to Tho pah licit on Nofire on Petite Sally Dillard. By Hamalton c. Jones. Scene a court of Justice to North Carolina. A beardless disciple of themis arises and thus addresses the court 44 May it please your worship and you gentlemen of the jury since it has Beon my Fortune Good or bad 1 will not say to exercise myself in Legal disquisition it has never before befallen me to be obliged to prosecutes dire Ful marked and malicious an assault a More wilful violent dangerous Battery and finally a More diabolical breach of the peace has Seldom been your duty to pass upon one so shocking to benevolent feelings is this which took place Over at Captain Rice a in this county. But you will hear from the witnesses. Tho witnesses being sworn two or three were examined and deposed one said he had heard the noise and did not see the fight another that he saw the Row but did t know who struck first and a third that he was very drunk and say much about the so Rimmige. Lawyer chops.�?1 am sorry gentlemen to have occupied your time with the stupidity of the witnesses examined. It rises gentlemen altogether from misapprehension on my part Lead i known As i now do that i had a witness in attendance who was Well acquainted with All the circumstances of the Case a and who was Able to make himself clearly understood by the court and jury i should not to Long have trespassed on your Lime and come Forward or. Harris and be sworn. So Forward conies the witness a looking Man a in Etley corned and took his corporeal oath with an air. , we wish you to Tell about the riot that happened the other Day at Captain Rice a and us a Good Deal of time has been already wasted in circumlocution we wish you to be compendious and no the same time As explicit As possible. Harris a Edzant Lye giving the lawyer a knowing Wink and at the same time Clearing his Throat Captain Rice he Gin a treat and Cousin Sally Dillard she came Over to our House and axed me if my wife she mount a to go. I told Cousin Sally Dillard that my wife was poorly being As How she had a touch of the rheumatic in the hip and the big swamp was in the Road and the big swamp wis up for there had been a Heap of rain lately hut How Sorar us it was she Cousin silly Dillard my wife she Mout go. Well Cousin Sally Dillard then axed me it Mose to Mouth it go. 1 told Cousin Sally Dillard that Mose he was the Foreman of the crop and the crop was smartly in the grass but Hows never of it was she Cousin Sally Dillard Mose he Mout go chops in the name of common sense or. Llares what do you mean by this Rig mar Oil. Witness Captain Rice he Gin a treat and Cousin Sally Dillard she came Over to our House and axed to if my wife she mount a to go. I told Cousin Sally Dillard chops Stop sir if you please we done to want to hear anything about Cousin Sally Dillard and your wife toll us about the figlus at Rice a. Witness Well 1 will sir if you will let me. Chops Well sir go on. Witness Well Captain Rice begin a treat and Cousin silly Dillard site came Overto our House and axed me if my wife she mount a to go. Chops there it is again witness witness please to 8top. We Lonc Jsu Well sir what do you want chops to want to know about the fight and you must not proceed in this impertinent do you know anything about the matter before the court. Ii in Ness to be sure i do. Chops Well you go on and Tell it and nothing else. Tit time Well Captain Rice he Gin a treat chops a this is intolerable. May it please the court i move that this witness be committed for a contempt he seems to be trifling with this court. Court witness you Are now before a court of Justice and unless you behave yourself in a More becoming manner you will be sent to jail so begin and Tell what you know about the fight at Captain Rice a. Witness alarmed a Well gentlemen Captain Rice lie Gin a treat Anil Cousin Sally Dillard chops�?1 Hope ibis witness Muy be ordered into custody. Court after deliberating a or. Attorney Tho court is of opinion that we May save time by telling the witness to go on in Bis own Way proceed or. Harris with your Story but stick to the Point. Witness yes gentlemen Well capt. Rice he Gin a treat and Cousin Saily Dillard site came Over to our House and axed to if my Wile she mount a a go. I told Cousin Sully Dillard that my wife she was poorly being As How she had the rheumatic in the hip and the big Swain was up but How Sinev eras it was she Cousin silly Dillard my wife she Mout go. Well Cousin Sally Dillard then asked me if Mose he mount a to go. I told Cousin Sally Dillard As How Mose he was the Foreman of the crap and the Crup was smartly in Tho grass but How som Ever. As it was she Cousin Sally Dillard Mose be Mout go. So they goes on together Mose my wife and Cousin Sally Dillard and they come to the big swamp and it was up As 1 was telling you but being As How there was n log across Tho big swamp Cousin Sally Dillard and Mose like genteel folks they walked the log but my wife like n darned fool pulled up her petticoats and walked through and that Sall i know about the fight. A Sambo what Are you doing there asleep in the Sun a i nine to asleep Tenassa los contemplating How the Ithaca Chap made a whistle of a pig s Well How was it a 41 Hosn tcomo8o a delusion a in wkly but is mighty nigh it a Assn and Dis is de sequel just Bce pc Tho pig by the Tail and give it a ring As you would a Bass Wood sprout and if you done to make a whistle you la make a mighty loud ii Aydin anti Mas. Dilli Notony every real Lover of music must like Haydn a expression to Reynolds when shown the picture of mrs. Billington 4 yes like very like but you be Trade a sad mistake 1�?T 4 How a you be made her listening to the Angels you should have made the Angels listening to her mrs. Billington sprang up threw her arms around his neck and kissed him. Absence of Exchange tells of n Coop or Down East who finding considerable difficulty in keeping one of Tho Heads of a cask he was finishing in its place put his son inside to hold the head up. After completing the work much to i satisfaction he was astonished to find his boy inside the cask and without the possibility of getting out except through the Bung Hole. A had Webster was once standing in company with several Southern gentlemen in front of the Capitol at Washington As a drove of muh s was being driven 4 Webster a says one of the Southern gentlemen 4 there goes some of your yes a instantly and wittily replied mr.w., a they Are going South to teach school critics depart Cut. Edited by a , August 26, 1843. Lines selected for and respectfully dedicated to one who when she reads will understand them. Claude Melnotte. I never on those lips for a minute have gazed rut a thousand temptations beset me and in be thought is the dear Little rubies j of raised. How delicious a would be if you d let me then be not so angry for what 1 have done nor say that you be sworn to forget me they were buds of temptation too pouting to shun. And i thought that you could not but let me i when your lips with a whisper came close to my Cheek of think How bewitching it met me and Plain is tile Eye of a Venus could speak your Eye seemed to say you would let me then forgive the transgression and bid me remain for in truth if you go you la regret Roe or of i let me try the transgression again and ill do nil you wish will you Lei me ? from the Philadelphia set urdu gleaner. Social rivalry. Extravagant modes of living. 41 All that glitters is not Gold. Gilded Tom a do Worms a a appear Mccu May deceit thee understand a Fine White Glove May hide a filthy a correspondent begs us to give a hint in reference to social rivalry or the disposition which prevails to so great an extent to live in an extravagant and improvident spirit simply with the object of keeping Pace with our neighbors. The error indeed is n serious one. There Are hundreds nay thousands at Tho present moment in Philadelphia who Are creating sources of unhappiness for the future by the i Providence of the present. They have perhaps become envious of some acquaintance and in order to indulge this feeling and to make it appear that they Aro really better off in a worldly Point of View than facts authorize they Are living beyond their Means and incurring indebtedness which sooner or later must prostrate

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