THE ALLEGED SWINDLING
The sworn statement, before the proper officer, of Vogel, that his employer, Isaacs, had received $1,300 in three years for repairs to the windows of the County Hospital, does not tally with the Auditor's books, which show bills paid to Dr. Raymond for this purpose amounting to only $80.87. If Vogel really knows of any criminality in the management of the affairs of the Hospital, it should be wrung from him, upon Isaacs' trial, so that if any be guilty, they may be punished, and in order that if he has made false charges, suspicion may be removed from the parties wronged. If his statements are invented simply to gratify a thirst for revenge, the fact should be ferreted out and a stool of repentence provided for him in the State Prison.
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