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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 June 1873

.0484 THE TROY HERALD. Troy VOL. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1878! Jui;jfl73-Deo.i874 24 Troy Herald Y r, ) f oik' f 1 "3 TROY HE11ALD, HSUEK & MUDD, AT fM.fSOn Yonr In Aclvnnoo. ' "ATM OP ADVERTISING. l!q,r?..,.,n"ert,0B 1M vS5.Monal Inscrtlou 75 AdmlnUtMtmV .Votloei , 9 00 Final Heltlemvut Notice ... J ; '. 3 00 v. V..,,,c.M(stl?,t,y)..; '.. 3 00 l ! . !U' B,raT ,n IMtlM. 1 00 . J .f' Jc,ltloiw will bo made to regular No certlaeate of publication will be made -nUl such publication hut been paid for. T ilie aon-pbservanco of thin rule lias been toe occasion of much troubl and actual loss. COURT DMtCTORY. CntcvtT Court. Fint Monday after the rjurtli Monday In March and September. tOCKjv CowiiT.-Second Monday lu Fob runry.MaT. Auit, nnd November. rxBATK Couiit. Second Slonday In January, April, July and October. LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. Mr. Krebs has erected a nent and convenient dwelling in Brown's addi Kid. Timothy Ford will prcaeh at Christian church in this pluco on the t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 June 1873

THE TROT HERALD. ni: TROY, - MISSOUBL General News Summary. WMklBfftM. The President haa submitted to the at torney general the question, whether those Modocs who took part In the assassination of General Canby and his party, could be tried by a Military Commission. It .teems to be thought at Washington, that ueh a disposition can be made of them. . The Secretary of the Treasury, on June 6, Issued a circular for the redemption of the following 6:20 bonds of the Issue of 1802: Coupon bonds known as the third series, act of February 25, 1863, dated Hay 1, 1862, as follows: Coupon bonds $00, Nos. 1,201 to 0,300, Inclusive; $100, Nos. 4,78;- to 30,000, Inclusive; $600, Nos. 8,001 to 10,700, Inclusive; $1,000, Nos. 6,734 to 33,600, Inclusive; tout, $10,000,000. Registered bonds $60, Nos. 1,234 to 1,330. Inclusive; $100, Nos. 8,801 to 0,600, Inclusive; $600, Nos. 6,801 to 6,100, Inclu sive; $1,000, Nos. 20,081 to 23,300, luclu lve; $6,000, Nos. 0,403 to 7,600, Inclusive; $10,000, Nos. 7.0...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 June 1873

THE TROT HERALD. fSnttthCdS Amen: tvOta buvvumvui am law rw u w vu awauvas no tne "sana-oiaat," ana. irom a ruaeiv-con- structed model, demonitraUd Its value and efficiency to the audience. A Frenchman, bavins purchased the I olive-husks, from which the natives of I Southern Italy bad simply squeezed the oil by the aid of rude wooden presses, ships them to France, where they are TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS : $1.60 IN ADVANCE. GENERAL PAR AGRA PUB Incidents and ActMeatt. A Charleston s n vT.V mve a treated by Improved processes, and an ad lonngX'JS dltlonal return of 85 per cenlof oil o MSun.n,nS' twW 8teer nd -Dr. Jenzch, of Ootha, announces that .A farmer named Henry Valentine, Jiving near Pendleton, lnd., while fitting on a railroad track, a few days aw, was ft, by im express train and Instantly A1UCU. a iuw nays ago, Wesley George, a flremnn on the Vandalla Railroad, sell In .run. ui n engine while changing a ,w??v:. ina w" run Ver by the train auu niiiuua . The body of a German naned ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 June 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 18, 1878. T1IKO. Da riniiuR, ) jo. A. MIIIID, J Tebnrco Some months ago wo look occa sion to suggest to tlio farmers of Lincoln county that they should raise r.ioro tobacco. It teemed to us that fbo demand for this staple, which ' is' sufllclcnt to ensure remunerative prices fully demonstrated the wisdom f A ..it.. ...i 01 our. suggestion, especially wncii .oilier facta, patent to every farmer aro taken into consideration : tho adaptability of our soil to the growth of this article, and tho low prices of those staples to which our farmers have heretofore given mora attention, We have been reminded of this by ' rending tlio 'Account of tho tobucco f dr just held at St. Louis. This was held under tho auspices of tho to 1 bacco association which was organ bud last year, and wlibso principal object is to encourago tho growth of tobacco lu this state At this fair more than ten Ihousaud dollars were p-dd in cash premiums. The highest pl-cniiuins in classes one...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 June 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JUNK W, 1873. Mr. Gcorgo D. Mcrrhvo'.hor win in town on Saturday, lie Informs tu that tho wheat, ontn' and KMBs drop in his neighborhood are tin.o, but that Hid furniGi'g arc ralhor back ward in phiutttiK coin. Mr. Mcrrl wether ia mm of tho moat cnerjfotie atid in-ogi-es:lvo fanners In tl.c ' ounty. Ho is a successful grower of who touaceo and lias foraoinc years Kiveu tnueli nUnutioii lo the raining of blooded stock. Ho hnllovca in using brain-work on the rami a- well na uiumicl ltibor, consequently ho favors overy rational movement the object of which is to advance tho interest, of tlio fanning community, lie will vote tor tho stock law, und was an earnest advocate of the dog law. Had this been adopted he would have purchased ono hundred sheep at a nut cost of fifty dollars jicr head. Botuo years ago, he had a flock of eight hundred sheen which were so hurrasscd and demoralized by dogs that ho was compelled to sell the remount of It. In his opinion the fann...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 June 1873

General Miscellany. A SURMISE. BY LOCItA BOIBnU. Oar moral dy brsaks from Dm great unseen, Whither onoc bon it darkly vaolshetui Tiro .ksdowy goals with filtering steps between O, Ml ma, which Is lib, and which U death? Hot U thli but an Idle questioning i . For ererr step mmt ctom eome dark surprise, Since life aod death are what the momenta bring, And we would know them Urongtj their strange dlsgulsa. Jots we shall hare thatbloaeomed In the ihade, And griefs that ont of aweeteat dreama awoke i Donbta that grow clear, and oertalntlea that laQVf A weary crown, a light and easy yoke. Wrong we shall eee made servants of the right I The noblest victories won by those that falfj (iieat hearta that triumph, falling In the light Dtalb hand to hand with life, behind the Tell I Thus evermore we most our pate war thread, Hid llghta that beckon, shadowa that dismay Alii wic uewiiuercu umii mu iumucit i, ponders If 111 or death shall win the day. Aa one might wonder, waking from a swoon, And s...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 June 1873

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Mountain Cake. Two eg gs; one cup of sugar; half a cup of butter; half a cup of sweet milk; two cups of flour; one tea spoonful of cream tartar; Imll'.i teaspoon ful of soda. A little nutmeg and fruit I mprovei It. Apple-Jam. Weigh equal quantities of sugar and good sour apples; pare, core, and chop tho apples ilnc; make a good clour sirup of the sugar; add the apples, Juice and grated rlad of three lemons, mid a few pieces of white ginger. Boll until the apple looks clear and yel low. On no account omit the ginger. Short Cake. One tcaspooiiful of suit, one tvaspoonful of sodadlssolvi d In water; add to these ten largo tablespoonfuls of sour milk or buttermilk, one neaping ta blespooiif.il of cold lard, flour enough to make u stiff batter; spread It on a flat tin and bake quickly. Tho same receipt with more flour added makes good biscuit. Th't Use of Paris Green. Dr. Le Lanon, of the Prairie Farmer, is a de cided advocate of the use of Purls green for the destruc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 18 June 1873

Answer to Knkjma No. 10: KEAl'EIL AnwRnT Ksiiima No. tl :. LINCOLN COUNTY MEDIO AT ASSOCIATION. Ambwkh to woiti) vv.y.i.v.. WHIP-POOR-WILL. The following persons Iihvo Hout xir correct nnswtirs to onlsmns: Mrs Klltlo Fisher, K. C. Whoulcr, end O. W. Porter, or Troy, niul Hiram 1 Jameson and Willie T. Elder, of Mill wood, Out in loivti. hi Ilia nrnvcr-nicot huts, the ncwsnntirr men mo pruycd for. This In a compliment which it highly appreciated among the Ink lingers. One of them Hum pull the minuter who nruycil for him : "Ilov. Jerrr Hetnn (it should bo Batnn). bo fore uravintr lor us. otiuht to rmy for Ida last three years' subscription to iliia naner. uud the groceries which he got on credit, and for the support of his Illegitimate child, now in the coiintv pooi-hoUKo." Ilov. Hcton, we guess, didn't feci like praying wnen uo taw Mini paragrapn. Robert Atwood, prominent in tVc insurance business at Louisville, Ky., lining pienueu gumy 10 irn uiuici miahIa Vt ffti'iriti'V. lifiK lien...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 June 1873

THE VI )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1873. NO.lJ25.. TROY HERALD, !'Htl.lKIIKI l)V FISHER & MUDD, AT tfl.rtO a VttP lu Adviuioe. RATCS OF ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 insertion ft M Each additional Insertion Administrators' Notice..; 8 00 KlinU Settlement Notice 00 Stray Notices (slnglu stray) 3 00 Each additional stray in samo notice. . 1(1) Liberal deduction will bo made to rcirutar idvertNers. No certlllcate of publication will be made null such publication but been paid for. The nnii-obsiTvaiiPo of tbN rule has been tin.' occasion of much troubl and actual loss, COURT DIRKOTORY. CtncntT CouitT. Klrst Monday after the rinitli Mnmltivln Mnn-li nml tfontrmber. County Cotmr. Second Monday 1b Feb ruary, May. August, ami Novemoer. Pbobatk Court. Second Monday In January, April, July nud October, LOCAL AND COUNTY NKWt. F.W.Harbaura has had his build ing newly painted whtthadds very much to it appearance. A comrouRieallon from Nineveh and one from Capau-Grls, received too late fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 June 1873

THE TROYHBRALD. . TWO MTOP, TMMtn. TROY, .... MISSOUBI. General News Summary. WiiktafftM. Tbe Government sold $1,600,000 of gold, at New York, on June 13, at from 116.78 to 110.01. The Secretary of War has submitted to the. Department of Juatioe a report on the condition of the Freedmen's Bureau, showing the grossest financial Irregulari ties, and asking what method shall be taken to protect the Government and ob tain for tne defrauded claimants tne mo ney due them. The report seriously Im plicates General Howard and his disburs ing officer. The Secretary of the navy does not hesitate to say, in advance of his official report, that the testimony elicited at the examination of the Polaris survivors shows that ' Capt. Hall died a natural death, and that the separation of those on the Ice floe from the Polaris was purely accidental. Changes arc soon.to.be made lu -about twenty consulates, In order that Southern men may be appointed to them., ' Col. McKenzte's report of his attack re ce...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 June 1873

THE TROY HERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS :' $1.60 IN ADVANCE. GENERAL PARAGRAPHS. ImMmU and Aedientf. A child with afrog's head It the latest reported Darwinian phenomenon. It waa born in Washington Co, Vt. Three boys and a girl were contribu ted to the Milwaukee census by an enter prising German matron last week. A hardened and undutlful reprobate, aged nine years, is under arrest In Peoria. III., for robbing his father of a paper of tobacco. A Missouri girl washed all day, made a supper of twelve boiled eggs, and then danced all night. The funeral procession was nearly a mile long. The recent fall of the Coe block in Woonsocket, R. I., killed Xavier Paul, a boy. Search was made for John Sheffield, supposed to be buried in the ruins. A New Orleans girl ate a box of cas tile soap to get rid of freckles. The mourners remarked a very peaceful ex- Sresslon about the mouth, at the funeral, ut the freckles were as numerous as ever. A couatry maiden lately drove an ox-team Into Indianapolis...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 June 1873

t 4S.W-.-t t: TROY HERALD. i i - f WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1878. 1KB. V. FlHMBRt I Rjltara. RMlal Eatlty ! laltlaa What Nest t The Louisiana troubles have cul minated in ii manner thatii calcu lated to surprise the wholo country, and probably disgust the feelings of many who are unablo, so far from the scene of action, to appreciate the con dition of tho people of that state and tho indignities they have suffered. On the 16th inst.. in New Orleans the whites and blacks hold ft meeting, which was presided over by Ucn. Beauregard, at which resolutions wero adopted in substanco as fol lows: To admit and rccognlzo the political, legal, social and porsonal equality of tho negroes of that stuto, and to advocato an equal distribu tion of public offices between the races; also the right of representa tion by negroes In banks and' other corporation in which they have interests. The object of this to us impolitic submission of tho leading eitlzons of Louisiana to the base demands of Wendell Phillips,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 June 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1873. Kxounsiox. Tho steamer bayard will give a. pleasure excursion on the 4th of July from Louisiana to St. Louis and ruturu tho following day. A brass nud strinjr band will be on board. Tho bunt will reach tho city early giving the oxcurslnists ample time to visit theatres and other places of amusement. Tho faro for the round trip has been greatly reduced, being $3.00 from Cnp-au-Grls, Includ ing munis and lodgtug in St. Louis. This will be a 11 no opportunity for. those of our plcasurclovlng young people who desire to tako advautago of it. ' We would like tho postmaster at Weuticvillu to toll us why ho scut our packago, directed to Chain of Hocks, back to this iiust-ofllcc on Thursday. Docs he assort the malls according to written direction, or does ho follow the cxamplu of somo of the ivcon atructcd post-masters down south who being unablo to read, distribute tho malls by dividing them into equal shares? Through this inexcusable carelessness, our...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 June 1873

General Miscellany. AFTER THE FAIR. Bo Atleen, ray darllnt, you're ben to thsfalr. And lumolghtyfolM tunes yon were havln', nUn.- II bum be I'm leavtn' my wit wld 'em (here, UlttlUn'olaastomeelflntfceglaf Mr Irri came to nteto-arni'athree day And cay he, Terr auey and pert-like, Mr The iad bid re eome to the Fair, If yo plate I It dandn' their heart Intoahoe-stringt ye 11 bet" "Ah! thin It's themtelretMiut be molndln'lheir Bnt It' renr poor shoe-strings I'm thlnkln' they'd mte . . . It' Mfle I'd aee o the lad o these part. . . The while I'd be daacln' wld Fat o' the Lake. " "ion-re nam, iwe, ibchii -ii wmin' y uim, It' duelo; wld Faggy I'll be. dear, re know Jnt look at ma wane,, darilni, don't look For lPeJealou you'd be, elnceyotir loving m o." Iwenttother!rlnewUeMngxwn, Bo 11 watn't wld Pat I wieffancTn' at all. at two (hiwlrn mnttemm . can from the town . And wld two powdered head on them smiling anuuui. It'a Larrl wa watching me angrily then , And ear I In hi ear, tery saucy an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 June 1873

fietiretqte Weei A contemporary uki why, It women cannot be beautiful, thejr may not be ploturetque. We aiuwer that this Is exactly what our women are trying to be with what tucoeiiweall know. Mot; withstanding the denunciation heaped upon women's toilets they are very often charming in effect ; but the complicated details of the present costume, and tho margin permitted for Individual caprine; give bad taste Immense opportunity to make ridiculous that which butter culture renders pleasing and elegant. It is the wrong doing of tilings in themselves all right enough, which gives the female adornment so bad a' reputation. And there would seem to be no way to avoid this result, unless cultivated women. In a spirit of self-sacrifice, resolutely adhere to severe plainness or garb, in order that their, weaker sisters shall not bo tempted Into manifestations that will make them absurd. A really picturesque fashion Is alwava exceedlnrlv damreeuug: lor. tho more arttstlo and Ingenious the th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 25 June 1873

Enigma !. It. 1 am composed of 24 lotteri and lour words. My 16.fi, 11, 10.6, 17,4,6, 21,20, is a formidable ami inystorloui dcHy. My 2, 18. 12, 9 It a mythical lady .mentioned as one of three eclobrated ladles ot Arthur's Court. Mv 24. 23. 8. Is a kind of dirt. ' My 9, 1H7, 18 Is u musical instru ment. My lfi, 14, 22, 8, 19, 2, is something imaginary. My whole pertains to deity. The Mexican war survivors of Llv Iniralnii countv will meet for oi-iranl satlon at Chlllicothe on tho 4th of .July. Tho Rov. William M. Brady, D. D. formally chaplain to tuo lorcMioutcn ant of Ireland, has entered the Cath olic church In Rome. Hie steamboat Mary McDonald burnt to tbo waters cdiro last Thurs day ulgth, about four hundred miles above. Tuesday twenty roustabouts lauded here on their way to St. Louis in a yawl boat. They report the stoward drowned, and all the freight lost except a few Hogs. at, unartcs JVetrs. Bio Pia. Messrs. Norrls & Jack son showed to us Friday morning last a pair of ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 July 1873

THE TROY HERALD. V( L. S. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1873. SO 26. TROY HERALD i'itnMHHfci nv FISHER & MUDD, AT $I.SO it Vur lu Atlvsic?o. RATES OF ADVIIlfliiNQ. 1 mtaro 1 lnertlon, , 1 N) KiipIi additional 1ncrtMi...., ' AdmlnlsfraNiTs' Notice 00 Filial ctrtrtwlftt Nntlcv.s , (XI Stray Ndtlccs (slnijlc stray) 0(t Ketch additional stray In saina notice. . 1.00 Liberal deductions will be made to rcsular Nil ccrtlllcato of publication will 1 mado litll sllili publication list bi'ull paid for. The non-observance of till, rule ha been llic occasion of much troubl and actual loss. COURT DIRECTORY Circuit troi'iiT. First Monday after tlio fourth Monday In Mnrcli and Scptvmbcr. Cot'XTV Court. Second Monday In lob Tuary.May. Aujtust. and November. t'KortATK ContT. Second Monday In 'January, April, July and October. LOCAL AND COUNTY NEWS. A petrified orango wan picked up on Culvro the other day. Hot During llio past wcok the thermometer lias becu ranging up into the nlnotlci. l'crry Hu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 July 1873

THE TROYfHKRALtt. to . rum kwdO, rabUiatn. TROY, MISSOURI. General News Summary. The official report of Secretary Robeson of the Polaris Investigation hss been pre sented to the President. It Is voluminous, and details the testimony of every one of tho. adnlt survivors. Nothing of great importance Is developed, beyond what has already noen made puniic The Postmaster General, on June 19, signed additional articles to tho postal treaty with Canada, providing ror an in terchange of postal cards between the two countries, at a prepaid rate of two cento to their destination In either country. The Secretary of War has telegraphed Gen. Sheridan that the Government has decided not to release the Klckapoos cap tured by Gen. McKenzIe. The Cabinet considered the modifica tions In the rules governing civil service, on July 20, adopted them and directed their nromuljratlon. One death from cholera, on June 20, Is reported at Washington, D. C. R. S. Chew, Chief Clerk of the State Department, was d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 July 1873

HT.H atv THE TROYJTERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TEUMS: $1.60 IN ADVANCE. GENERAL PARAGRAPHS Incidents tad Accidents. A Kansas City mother lately flogged a young man for marrying her daughter. A Princeton, 111., girl, actually died of grief becauso her new spring hat fell into the river and was ruined. A goose in Terra Haute was attacked with hydrophobia last week, and bit sev eral Individuals severely before it was muzzled, Carthage, N. Y., comes forward with a woman who, at the age of one hundred and one, lumps rope and plays at " leap frog." Next I Ella Wood and her father, of Dover, N. H., were shot by Henry Jcwett, re cently, because the lady wouldn't be wooed by him. A sprightly girl In Fort Edward, N. J., who engaged ncrself to a young man "In fun," fainted on hearing thRt be had published the fact In the local paper. Henry Greer, a New York photo grapher, plavcd a little trick on the man who roomed beneath him by pouring acid In his eyes, entirely destroying one of them. Robt. East...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 2 July 1873

troy herald: WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1878. THEO. . rilHER, JS. A. MtIBB, EJIMra. . Mav-a tke Capital. Away off iu ono corner of this vast country, extending from the Gulf to tlio lakes, and from tlio Atjnntlc to tho gohlon shorci of the West, to say nothing of fror.au Alaska, there (lands a city, Biuall in vlrtuca and Blent iu name tlio cutiital of tlio American government that, not withstanding senators, representa tives, lobbyists and visitors, annually scatter their pin monoy throughout its narrow domain, is uot alio to take cure of itself, and has to make a call on Congress every year for a littlo appropriation. In tho legisla ture (It has a legislature, too,) of tho District of Columbia on tho 23d tilt., ouo of tbo members (it is uot stated what block or part of a block he rep resents) created considerable excite ment by declaring that ho hud the llgurcs to show Hint the debt of tho District was over $15,000,000, and unless Congress made them a dona tion, bankruptcy was Inevitable. ...

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