Times Picayune August 4, 1858
BsrotE Bbcorder Lose Dr. Botsvalley made an affidavit to the effect that Dr. Lanaelumkar day pursued him, while going through his rounds of pnunHumu caiisn ms ouggy, witn Intent to take his life, and from the terrible fate thus threatened, he was saved only by the superior speed and bottom of his Rosiminte. Tbe chase, according to the letter and spirit of tbe affidavit, commenced in a trot which finally turned into a gallop and terminated In a run. Eventually Rosevalley and his speedy steed encountered encountered a deep, dark, and dangerous chasm, and thouf h the run on it waa as dangerous aa a run on a broken bank, be took the desperate chance, leaped the chasm and got off safely, while hi pursuer, belngsafraid to leap the - chasm, permitted the valiant Rosevalley to proceed and make his complaint at the .Recorder's office. The cause ofhese strange and unprofessional doings doings may be found by the curious reader in the fact that Xjangebecker and two other German doctors cahed pn fiossevalley for an exhibition of his diploma, which he declined to do for a reason which was not deemed satisfactory. They then published a card in a German paper, intimating therein that Rosae valley was an ex - peddler, a humbug and no doctor. This card Rease valley answered with a good deal of savagery in yesterday's edition of the German Gazette, boting of the number of successful .operations which he had performed, and intimating to the public that when be could be found at home, his traduoers would have to be sought in whisker shops and laser beer saloons. Soon after the affidavit was made. Dr. Langebecker surrendered himself at the Recorder's office and gave ball for his appearance. He laughed at the idea of being being charged with an intent to kill RossevaUey, and gave it as his opinion that Rosaevalley's unfounded fears bad been his counsellors.