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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 July 1873

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1873. TROY HERALD, ITHMSIIKII II Y FlSIIKlt & MUDP, AT Ml.fSO it Your In Atlvnncc. RATRS OF ADVERTISING. 1 siimirc t iiicrlion , ft M Each additional liM.i-tlon "A Administrators' Not Ire 3 (Ml Final Settlement Notices 3 (10 Stray NVllccs (sliitflu stray) ft 00 Each additional stray In Mima notice,. 1 00 Liberal deductions will bu made to rcuulur iiwcrtisitrs. Xn ccrtldcatn nf publication will bo made -Mil Mich publication lias bent paid for. The iion-obcrvaiice or ttil ruin fin boon (lie occasion of much Iroulil ntul actual loss. COURT OIRRCTORY. 'mictit Coimr. rlrst Mnndav after the f.virlh Momliiy In March and Septi-mber. County OnmtV. Sffonil Mmiiluv ill Feb ruary, Mav, August, and November, I'lliinATK COl'KT. Second Monday In January, April, Jdy mid October. LORAL AN COUNTY NEWS. Tliosoof our subscribers who wish their papers left hi this office Instead of Hits post-office, in order to savo the postage, should notify...

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. — 23 July 1873

THE TROT HERALD. nun hupp, mutton. TROY MIS80UBI. Migle BlesMdici. MJT T, I.C 1 1 MO M VUU R TT a J IWI lllGBUIUUICIl and left me In full charge of the house. I like It ; hav'nt bad such a run or liberty ilnou wo were married. I hooo she's hav ing a good time, for I can nw exercise my right as tho head of the family. Cnn't uo ii wnen sne-s at nome ; sne'ii notstanu It. 8ho has rule, and makes cvervbodr about her to the mark. But I've got her now, auu am navtng tilings my own way. This morning I came home quite early. It was il a. m. I'd been to the elub and got cuught out In the rain. Kor half an hour 1 couldn't And tho key-hole, which must have got mislaid. I felt for It every where, rim even got down Into the yard and examined every brick, but couldn't llnd It. I was In t lit act of calling one ol my neighbors, and asking him who had carried off my front door, when 1 hap pened to find It and got into the house. In the dark I kicked over a spittoon, but luckily didn't get any of th...

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. — 23 July 1873

THE TROT HERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS: $1.60 IN ADVANCE. GENERAL PARAGRAPH. Incidents ud Accldoatf. An old lady In Carthage, N. V., aged 101, nearly killed herself lumping the rope the other day. A Justice of the peace In Georgia re cently sentenced a man to perpetual ban Ulmient. Mra. Bromley and her two sons, of Indianapolis, Ind., died at Pueblo, Cal., iasfawiek, from an overdose of opium. Anoldchupat Oil City, Pa., likely to die, has burned up $10,000 that there may be no quarreling over his will. A man In Charleston, 8. C, was re cently convicted of branding hla stepson, a child, with a hot Iron. An Iowa teacher, residing four mile from her school-house, rides to her duties every morning on an ox. A devoted young wife at Auburn, He., tried to poison herself recently, be cause her husband rebuked her for going to a fair. A Kansas lady, aged sixty five, made her fourteenth contribution to the census a few days ago. Mr. Gcorgo Patten, aged seventy-six, took Miss Maria Thompson, a...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 July 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1878. THKO. JOS. A Da riMlfcR, . mi'DD, Editert. i iik liiicrtv or the pbes Tltc case ol Shepherd vi. Dana of lw Xow York Sun, involving tho question os to tho right of n citizen of the District of Columbia to cause t o have arrested a citizen of any state on n charge of libel, or other ofl'oiisc, committed in that slate, and forco his appearanco before a court of that District to answer to tho charge, was up before Judge lilatchford of New York last week, mid that dignitary evaded tho real question at issue one tint threatens tho freedom of the en tire press of tho country by decid ing that as "tho constitution guaron tecs to every citizen tho right of trial by jury, and the pollco court oi tho t'ity of Washington, which claims the prisoner, proposed to try him without jury, ho could not bo sur rendered and sent thither." Judge lilatchford lias cither dis played a wonderful Ignorance of the true spirit of the issue brought be tore him, or ho is truc...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 July 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1873. Tlcetlnv of Town Board of Tmateea. At a railed mcotlns ol the Hour J of Trus tees of the Town of Troy, held ut the office of the chairman of said Hoard, on Friday, July ii. lH;i, ttio following preamble and rwKiiluttono went unanimously doptcil : WKIIF.A, It has ha ptccd nn all-wise mid merciful Ood to Inlllct upon the inhab i hints r our town that dreadful scourge cholera, and to remove from our midst many of our Most worthy mid esteemed citizens, therefore he It resolved, I. Tlmt we humhty how to thin snd Inflic tion or Divine Providence, nnd commend to hU special euro our bereaved fellow cltlauns. 'J. We return our Krutuful thank to the clllzcnsor Troy for their hearty co-opcru-Hon In carrying out mid rnrorcliiK thosanl try measure adopted by thl board for the cleansing nnd disinfecting of the town. II. Tliut In looking buck over tho dark and Mul time during which the dread iiiotuter was In our midst, It U a great source of comfort to know t...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 July 1873

general Miscellany. MT THM 8UHMBX SWA. 1 shootht I hid MRlr conquered Md llyed down uuisharp, old pain. , . T01 the mnty Voloe of too ocean wakes It to- Walw'uto'ifand lortnre, to bom with Its All month? 'audi, O Philip, and long and yearn for yocl Then are ranch itraagtly bitter In the large of 1011 ffttltM ICB, ..... And bep-e, Md dntmi, and memorlei, all rls- lag mournfully! mtinittitiN softly breaking, with itarry loiter Blued, BHUBon a boit of plum to ml out of the oeean- ml. Is Hw years that hire fled foreyer slnee too 1 OmI !! The loos Miiof hoptliM puilM, the loaf yeare or vain regret. ... .. ... , I hare fondly dreamed, O Philip, that I had mas tered quite , Tat heart that rises up one more In bitterness to-nlghti I have thrnit away In itlcnoe each lorlng thought Of TOUt I bay laid to rat each memory, to leader and m trnei 1 kave prayed upon my bended knee for power And the aniwe'rto that prayer lithU-I loe you lore you, yell Yon pet bm from you iternly, In Hmm bitter wordi...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 July 1873

FA1M AND HOUSEHOLD naked Potatoes. Potatoes are more nutritious baked than they are cooked In any other manner, and they relish better with those who have not been accus tomed to cat them without seasoning. Waili them clran. but do not soak tlicp. Baku thini us quickly as possible, wlaj out Imrnliu? In the least. As soon as they arc done. press each potato in a cloth so as to crack tin! skin and allow the steam to escape. If this Is omitted, the best po tatoos will not bo mealy. They should be brought Immediately to the table. A Tinnes'in farmer write to the New York World that hu laws more sheep dur lutr tlx! dry uuiiiths of August and Sep tember, than in all the rest of the year. Diirln:.' tlKi-e months, the growth of vege tation Is parched, the growth of fresh gru's suapeiided, water scarce and bad, and the sin ep nru so troubled with the tiles and heat, that they stand or lie in the shade all day. As a consequence, tllcy fall oil' and twcoiue sluggish, and the weaker ones die, p...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 23 July 1873

SIEOELABOBB, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES PIPE AND FITTINGS ANI PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fit ting in all their Branches. Estimates and Designs fur nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixtures to light IIITRCIIEM, HOTELS nnd STORES. Gas Machines put up to light public buildings, and warran ted to give satisfaction. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, ST. L.OU1S, MO. tiol'iv . Il St, . K. C. J SHORT LITVE, The Only Direct Line to ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, St. Joseph, Lexington. Macon, Qulncy, Hannibal, and all Points AV!Ht, lOllMt lllll Houtli. !' I miles Shortest Itouto to Kansas City 10 miles Shortest Jtot.to to St. Jo feeph TDK ONLY IlOllTK Hl'.VNINCI Through Cars to St. LoiiIn, lnliiiimM lnlnMi Oni'H On all Night Train?. CONNstOTIONS. At llclnup with Chicago, Itnck Island utitl 1 f Ue Railroad (Southwestern DhlMnti) for I. i.ivcnvvorlh and Atchison; at Mol't.TON with lliirliugton and Southwestern Itallroail; :il Macon with tlluliillbal and St. Joseph...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 July 1873

THE TROY HERALD. V( )L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1873. NO. 30. TROY HERALD, PUBLISHED BY FISHER & MUDD, AT 0ll.no n Yonr In Advance. RATIS Of ADVERTISING. 1 square 1 Insertion fl M Each additional insertion TO Administrators' Notice 3 00 Pinal Hettlcment Noticed 0 00 Stray Notices (stnxl stray) 8 00 Each additional stray In name notice 1 00 Liberal deduction will be made to rcsular advertisers. No certldcate of publication will be mado -Mil iiich publication has been paid for. The non-observance of this rulo has been the occasion of tnucli troubl and actual lo. '". COURT DIRECTORY. CincutT Court. First Monday after the fourth Monday In March and September. County Court. Second Monday In Feb ruary, May, Augu.t, uad November, Pkobatk Couht. Second Monday in January, April, July and October. LOOAL AND OOUNTTTlW8. Wanted I Bonds! In tlio next tlirco weeks, Lincoln county railroad bonds, at 90 ccutB on tho dollar, flat. F. G. Cakb, Agent 3012 for Lincoln county. Probate cour...

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. — 30 July 1873

THE TROT HERALD. FIIXZX MOOD, FubUakin. TROY MISSOURI. The "Granges." In the current number of Old and New. Mrs. Pauline Swalm has a comprehensive article on the Western "Grnages," or new farmer-organizations, from which the louowing interesting racis mav do nuoteu: "The Idea of the order of the 'Patrons of Husbandry was originally borrowed from an association which for many years had maintained a feeblo existence in a community of Scotch farmers in North Carolina. The objects of this Scotch so ciety, so far as can bo ascertained, appear to have been the purchase of all needed supplies from first hands and at whole sale rates, ana the cultivation 01 more in timate social relations among Its mem bers ; that Is, It was a secret co-operative. Industrial and social association among those already allied by mutual work and Interest and sympathy. It was meagcriu number, and narrow in Influence, to adu- frcu that the fact of Its existence was un nown beyond the limits of the little com mun...

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. — 30 July 1873

THE TROTHERALD. TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS: $1.80 IN ADVANCK. OfiXKltAIi PARARAPHM. Incidents Md Accidents. A woman In Shelburne, Vt., works out her highway tax every year. Mr. Mows Dupont, of Holyoke, Mnss., and his twenty-three brothers, have between them 32a children. A Mr. Vents, of ITartford, recently Illustrated a transit of Venus, by falling from a third story window. An Indianapolis woman recently threw her chignon out of the window when returning from a picnic because It made her head ache. Mrs. Hathaway, of Temple, Me., Is ninety-nine years old, and has smoked and clicwcd tobacco since she was a girl. An eighteen-year-old girl in Cincin nati has had six thousand photographs taken of her. Think of tim number of negatives from one so young! A clerk in a bookstore in Salem, Mass., having been asked for Goldsmith's Greece, replied Indignantly that they did not keep Imlr oil. A wealthy, but infatuated woman, of Savannah, Ua., has paid nwr $(000. at various times, to fortune-tellers ...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 July 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 80, 1873. Eight convicts oscapod from the poiiltcntiary last Thursday. Up to Saturday flvo of them bad been cap turod. Tho Patrons of Husbandry have hnd an election in Nodaway county, and elected all their county Judges by largo majorities. The Louisiana Journal says it has socn tho head of a flsh which weighed Its pounds. That fish must have been all hnsd. Gen. AlJebcrt Amos, cock-eyed Butler's son-in-law, it is said, is ar ranging his wires to secure the Ho publican i.omluatiou for governor of Mississippi. Tho St. Louis Dispatch claims to havo tho largest city circulation of nny paper in the Western metropolis, and savs it has somo money to donate to a hospital, if auybody doesn't bo Hove it. A lady who drives out in Hock Is land with he: flvo children all at one time, is complimented by tho Argus for her many virtues. It that is what the little fellows aro called, wo can only boast oi one virtue at our house, Col. Column is energetic in tho farmer's m...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 July 1873

TROY HERALD. WKDNESnAY, JULY 80, 1873. Bahnky Knows the Law.--Wo hoard nti uticcdoto tlic tithe day illustrative of the traits of somo of our earlier settlers, which ! too good to bo lost. Shortly after the eloso of the war of 181'J, during whleh the residents ot this county hail as much lighting at they desired in protecting themselves uijuliist the depradiitlons of the Indians, a worthy citizen, Harnnbn Thoruhill, gruudlatlicr of our townsman, John S. Thornhlll, was ducted to the responsible posi tion of justice of the peace. In those days disputes were nettled according to justice, and law tut no llguro in the case. It was not long before the now magistrate had a cause to try. The parties to the suit, the constable and the jury, had unassembled at Ids house. " With a look of earnestness and wisdom he addressed the parties thus: "JJarucy (moaning himself) heard a turkey gobble, lturncy knows the law ; ho has been study ing this thing over ami liuds out that it will L'o d d hard wi...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 July 1873

ttenoral Miscellany. THE SUNKEN CITV. BY III HUT ABBBY. 1 Walked beside ft quiet sea, At starlight, while the weit was gray And clear, ftoughlalBt and faraway! Throif b the stilled water, forth to me, Volet of belli came dreamily Mo bret'ie more manifest than they. Setae say a thousand yean bm There throve a city on an Isle Brrond the headland, mile on mile, -vaicn, inaniaotui tri.ri.i.u vtuv, a m ine Riaur uepw oeiow Siak tower and dwelling, beam and tile. ik Wllhln ttm nunken r.ltv thera. The iad ghosts ring their past despair M on tlx1 mermen'i atmosphere 1U loudly all, that lire may hear .Dead sadness itlr the ample air. To me thU city la not strange i 1 feel familiar with each rate, . Kach tower and street unfortunate, Aa, whereaoe'er I dwell or rante, lu nem'ry-plcture doe not change, Li aimed by lu item destroyer, rate. ttstsbarumi, on roof and mast, wwara In the light with illken armi. No wrathful wan, nor dread alarms, Tke itreeteil splendor overcast) Bat, on a throne of ge...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 July 1873

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Spinach. It should be cooked so an to retain Its bright green color, nnd not sent to table, (is It so often Is, of a dull brown or olive color; to retain Its fresh appearance, do not cover the vesicl while It Is cooking, and when done, drain in a colander, chop tine, add a lump of butter, heat through, and serve. Sweet-Breads. Put Into the dripping pan a largo piece of butter, let it get hot and thoroughly melted, then put in the swect-brcads. Turn them olten and allow them to cook through; when brown, sprinkle salt over them, remove, and pour a smnll q'luntity of water In the pan ; boll It with greaso left in, and pour over the dish. Ilolled Pease. They should be fresh when cooked, and boiled In Just enough water to cover them, which should be salted, and bollintr when the pease are put in. Do not cover the vessel while they are cooking, which ought not to be long er than twenty minutes, unless they are old. Drain off all tho water ; add a little cream and a sin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 30 July 1873

SIEOELtftBOBB, WhlMlantf Retail Daaltrs In GAS AND COAL-OIL FIXTURES, PIPE AND FITMNCS AND PLUMBERS' MATERIALS. Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fit ting in all their Branches. Estimates and Designs fur nished for Gas and Coal-oil Fixtures to light CHURCHES, DWEfiMNGM, HOTELS nnti STORES. Gas Machines put up to light public buildings, and warran ted to give satisfaction. Store, 203 N. Fifth Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. noj&v'ylp St, Zr., K. C. 4 oV. SHORT LINE, Th Only Direct Line to ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, Sti Joseph. Lexington. Macon, Qulncy, Hannibal, and all Points Woot, Etatst and Nouth. 9 1 miles Shortest Routo to Kansas City 40 miles Shortest Itouto to 8t. Jo seph TUB ONLY ROUTE RUNNING Through Cars to SI. Louis. Pnliuan'M Pnlnoo Cam On all Night Trains. CONNECTIONS. At Hclnap with Chicago, Hock Island and VaclUc Railroad (Southwestern Division) for Leavenworth and Atchison; at Moultos with Burlington and Southwestern Railroad; at Macon with llamiibal and St. Joseph Railroad for 0.ulncy...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 August 1873

THE TROY HERALD V L. 8. TROY, MO., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1873. NO. 31. TROY HERALD, rcMMsuKt mr FISHER & MUDP, AT tM.ffO n Vnnr In Advance. II 00 1 nilnutnf tmt t ISI RATH OF ADVKRTItlNO. I square 1 InM-rtlon, fl W ftsch additional Insertion i$ Aihntulstratorft' Notice 3 00 Mnal Settlement Notice FITBT toners iinxit- "irnj I l- Mm..U n.l.llltiinal uti-iiv In anmn luill.i- . 1 00 WUS . Liberal deductlous will be utado to resuilar of j0b and display lXo ccrtWent of publication will be made wood, not possessed intll such publication Iim been paid for. The non-nhrvatiec of thin rule has been the nreaolott of much troubl and actual loss. ur leBerricK. Iwhat a visitor hay or vn Tho consolidation of two printing Correspondence of tho MUiourl Ropub- offices Into ono has given us unusual ,,,. .... .111.1... 1.1 I... I I.'--1. "'! -w, IUC1IIIIUO IUI JUU IirillUIIK. JTJHU1I BCI1" I ... f .. ......1.1., tl.ta a.. aratc office wos largely stocked with tloll of Missouri has never beon typo and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 August 1873

THE TROYHBEALD. FlSZEB MTOD, mUihiri. TROY, MISSOURI. Llou aid their Habits. Tho public mutt feel tome difficulty In forming a true estimate of tho prowess of tue African lion from wo numuer or con fllcttncr statements mado bv different trav- , elers and huuteri. The truth appears to bo that, whllo each ono has formed nn opinion from tho behavior of tho particu lar animals they chanced to meet with, tho fact tnai every single lion timers ironi an other In temper and disposition has been allowed to drop out of sight. That some lions will make a oolnt of attacking any human being they see without the slight csi provocation, aamits oi no aotiot, while it is at least equally certain that there arc others that can hardly be forced to retaliate, and which, even when wound ed, wui always rawer run man ugnt. in most cases utter immobility and coolness will often avert an attack. If the animal. Judging by your behavior. Imag ines that you do not want to hurt It, It will, after trying you for...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 August 1873

THE TROY HERALD TROY, MISSOURI. TERMS: $1.60 IN ADVANCE. GfiXEItAL PARAGRAPH!). Haps and Mishaps. The flooring of aPrcshvtnrlAn church In Hudson City, N. J., gavo way one nigui recently, anu somo lony cniiuren were uijun.li, some seriously. A iiauiiIdh n 1 1 1 HAnM 'I'm t n n n Tl,i . iunun mill, iivw AnujniUII, M. a., wan blown up the other day. Samuel Miller was killed. The shock was felt for several miles. A I'cntln nnrcnt at nrcenniuMn. Inil.. lately broke fhnnrm of his seven-year old boy with a club, becauso he. took n piece ui wiiiiiy wiuiuuv it'UTU anu uiviueu it Willi nis unbv Brother. Threo virtuous Chicago roughs at- utencu .in urn iiian wiium iney iounu nsn Insr on Sunday, and after knocklntr Mm down find Jumping on him. asked him if a iniriu Ultlll l lilUt UUblOT M1UU IU nan on aunuiiys. waiter nowe, or i'ortiand, sic., a Suarrel with whom recently led Ella atchelder to commit suicide by drown ing, ut Cumberland Hills, shot himself at me sumo pince a lew aaisago. At Matt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Troy herald. — 6 August 1873

TROY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 878. TREO. JOS. A( B. riUHMt, ) nvBm, I RABICAb ECONOMY. Tho Treasury Department has pre pared a comparative itatonicnt of the appropriations made for the fiscal year ending In 1878 and the fiscal year ending in 1874. According to this statement, tula model government ol ours will cost tho people eighteen million dollars moro tho curront year than it did last. Of this amount the exocutivo department receives over thrco millions: tho legislative ue partmctit a million and a third ; tho military and navy departments eight millions four millions each; and public works six millions. Eighteen millions Increase in ono vear 1 What in tho world has causod it ? It costs more to run tho goveru ment now than it did during the war, if tho depreciation of currency during that period is taken Into consldera lion. It isn't tho growth ol our country, nor it it the public debt, for this appropriation has nothing to do with that. Wo can comprehend the reason for a pa...

Publication Title: Troy Herald, The
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