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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 26 February 1874

5? HI VOL. 1 NO. 250. RUTLAND, VT., THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2G, 1874. PRICE THREE CENTS. She Srartfjj. pURTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK Walnut, or nil 0111, mnrto to order. Cur. tain Kings, Tassels and Cords. DEAltllOKN'a SHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK and Mantle Shelves made to order, with Main or Moulded edges. UHACKnTS sawed In different styles at HEAHllOllN'S (irovo Block. VTEW MOULDINGS FOR PICTUHE XI Framing, t'hroinos, Lithographs, und Kngrnvlngs at UEAlttioitN'S "OIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned, Regit JL latod and Hcpalred. Mclodcon and Organ Hollows rc-covcrecl with new rubber and made to work "as good na new," at li.y.MmmiAM's. MM1E DECKER UROTHEHS PIANOS JL are iironounced "absolutely matchless In every particular." IL N. MLKHIAM sells them. PIANOS AND ORGANS nt lowest X prices and on easy terms, at L 2s. Mr.niUAM'S. UllEET MUSIC, Music Hooks nnd small J Instruments, also best Violin, (lultar and Violoncello Strings may bo l nd at I.. N. JIEIlIHAiH n riMIE GROVKIt A- HAICEU SEWING JL MACH...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 26 February 1874

he Jutland Unity tok. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1874, TERMS IN ADVANCE. UiiLTrcr month. 75 Threo months $2 Cij Six months 4 to Uno year 8 co W'ltttT-Three months 71 Six months 11 23 one year iw Address GLOBE pai'Isk lu., itutland, Vt. Wo li.ivo nothing to do with the " Grangers," we havo no particular care over, or Interest In, the actings, sayings, doings or writings ol the author, ucltl have we. or thoso whom wo represent, n oocunlarv or other Inleicst In " the IIou "Seneca 31. Dorr's little tracts on Grangers," but wo do delight to feed hungry souls with Information. c have, therefore, n eiKiulrv and would respectfully inform Insinuating "i eminent legal gentleman and our meeting contemporary that om Mtten thousind copies of that "little ti act" have been sold. We publish, this morning, a comniunirn Hon lu reference to mil load taxation, a sec ond and concluding letter will appear to mnirow. Wo do not think the commun! c.illon rails for any particular comment on our put. After a car...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 26 February 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1874. THURSDAY, FF.HUUAKY 20, 1374. L,i:.'ci:r si:itvict:s, is7i. Trinity church, Kutlnml. Ash Wednesday, every Friday until Palm Sun Oay, and every day In Holy Week, at 11 a. m, and 7.to p. m., at tho church. Every Wednesday, other than above, at 7.S0 p, iu., at ins uau. Sermons on AsH Wednesday and Good l'rlday. Uriel Lectures on Wednesday cvenlnirs. Sermons on Friday evenings by various clergy man, as follows : " " 1). c. Itoberts o( Brandon. Mar. 0 " li. II. Handatl of roultney. " 13 " II. It. Atwlll of Burlington. " no " A, 1). Flanders of Chester. a; v. li. Collins of Vergennes. Holy Wkkk. The Wny of the Cross. Palm Sunday Triumphant Beginning. Monday IHs.ippnlntim' nt. Tuesday Open opposition. Wn.lnpa.lnv Trimnlmrw Thursday "Persecuted for Ittghteousness' Oood Friday "Faithful unto Dentil." l!aster liven "Thov rest from Ihelr labors. Holy llapilsm will bo administered on Easter i',cn m a j, in. Tho lit. llev. the Bishop ...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 26 February 1874

ARRIVAL AND DEPAIITUBG OF TRAINS. TRAINS ARRIVE AT RUTLAND. From Bellows Falls, 1:40 (9:20 n. m., '2:50 & tllioo p. m. " Burlington 12:40 .t "11:32 a. ta., 12:M t":00 p. m, " i-ort Henry, "11:32 a. ra nnil ":00 p. m. " Bennington, tl2:0s p. m., 10.50 a "10:20 p. ra. " Saratoga, '11:45 n. m., :00 p. m. " salera, 1:40 tio.45 a.m., 18:40 i: "4:J7 p. m. TRAINS LEAVE RUTLAND. For Bellows Falls, 12:60 & t8:20 a. in., "12:10 t3: 10 p. m. ' Burlington, 1:60 4; 6:40 a. m., "2jo A B:0S p. in. " 1'ort Henry, 6:40 a. m. and 0:0.1 p. m. " Bennington, mso&'fcoo a. m., tv:25 p. in. Sarntoirn. 6:00 a. m.. A "3:00 t). ni. Salem, 1:40 ts:40 u. m., "1:00 & te:M p. in. -.Man irum i.hi'-j l'ost IllllCt'. MAILS ct.osi:. Ilnrlem Intension way, S.I5 n. in., and i.m p. in. Kustcrn way, 11. to a. in Troy way, 12.40 p. 111. Troy, 12.10 p. in., s. 10 p. in., and .ao p. in. lbany, 12.40 p. in., 2.10 p. 111., and Ml" p. 111 Boston, 11.40 a. 111., nud v.:o p. in. Cnnadas, 1.13 p. m. Northern way, ...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 27 February 1874

VOL. 1 NO. 257. RUTLAND, VT., Fltf DAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1874. PllldB THREE CENTS. She Evartcjs. pi'RTAIN CORNICES OP BLACK Kj Walnut, or nil Wit, mado to order. Cur lain Itlng3, Tassels and Cord3. DEAHHonN'S QHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK J and Mantle Shelves mado to order, with l'lnln or Moulded edffes. UKACKHTS sawed In UHTcrent stj tea at DEAKtSOKN'S (Irovo lllock. N EW MOULDINGS POR PICTURE Framing, Chromos, I.lthogrnphs, nod Engravings at iJI.AlIIIUK.N'M PIANOS AND ORGANS Timed, Regit latcd nnd Hcpalrcd. Melodcon and Organ Hollows re-covered with now rubber and made to work "as good as new," at H. N. MEKHIAM'S. milK DECKER BROTHERS PIANOS X nra pronounced "absolutely matchless In every particular." E. N. MEKK1AM sells tlicm. )1.VN0'8 AND OROANS at lowest prices nnd on easy terms nt K.N. MEIIIHAM'S. QI1EET MUSIC, Music Books nnd Bmall O Instruments also best Violin, (lultar and Violoncello Strings may bo 1 ad at i:. .V. MEKHIAM'S riMIE G ROVER & BAKER SEWING JL MACHINE Is tl...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 27 February 1874

FHIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1874. TEBHS IN ADVANCE. DittYrcr month 75 Three montns "i Six months 4 co one year 8 oo Wrifct.v Threa months Six months $1 23 Ono year ? w Address GLOBE VAvr.n cu., uutlanu, vt Tin: iiosto.v coM.Ecroissani' Tlio Doston collcctorshlp has uot ct been settled, nnd, nt the present wilting, tlieio seems to bo no Immediate prospect of :i consummation so devoutly to be hoped for. As the struggle stands In fact 09 It has been nil along It is n continuation of the strife which has, for three years, divided the republicans of Mn.nchusctlS of llutlcrlsni against the rest of the patty Our sympathies aro now as they have ul ways beenjwlth the milt-Butler pattv, not because we care anything for the Internal local politics and office holders of Massa chusctt, but because of its effect upon the p.uy elsewhere. Wo picsume it is un questioned that Simmons, If ho should con fine hluiclf stilctly to the duties of his olllcc, would mako an excellent collector, po.haps one of the be...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 27 February 1874

THE RUTL'AND DAILY GLOME. FK1DAY MOKNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1874. FMDAY, KKIUtUAKY 27, 1871. i.i'ti;. si:itvici;s, ism. Trinity Church, ICutlnmt. Asli Wednesday, every rrlday until I'alm Sun day, mid every day In Holy Wouk, nt 11a. in. and 7.S0 p. in., at the cliurcli. Every Wednesday, other than above, at 7.80 p. m., at (lis ball. Sermon? on Ash Wednesday and Good PrlJay. llrtct Lectures on Wednesday evenings. Seimons on Friday uventugs by various clergy nan, ns follows : " 27 " l). c. Kobcrls of ltrnndon. Mar. 0- " V.. II. Hand ill of I'oultnoy. ' 13 " K. It. AtwIUofUiirlingtoii. " 29 " A. It. Flinders or Chester. " 21 ' W. II. Collins of Vcrgennes. Hot.Y Wkeic. Thn Wuy of tlio Cross. l'nlin suudiy Triumphant beginning. Monday Disappointment. Tuesd.iy Open opposition. Wednesday Treachery. Thursday "Persecuted for Mghtcousnoss' Sake." Oood Friday 'Talthful unto Death.' Easter Even "They rest from their labors." Holy llaprlsm will bo administered on Exster even ut 3 p. m. Tho lit. llev. ...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 27 February 1874

.UIItir.lt, AM) HKTAHTUIti: 01' TIlAtNS. TRAINS AnnlVK AT nDTTAND, From Bellows Fulls, 1:40 & it:m n. in., '2:20 & tll:C0 p. m. " Burlington 14:40 & M1:3J a. in., 12:tn & t;:00 p. m. " Fort Ilcnrj,"ll:32 n.m mid ":00 p. tn. " Bennington, tl2:0S p. m., 1B.M "PJ-HO p, in, " Saratoga, lt:ls n. in., ti-ot) p. in. " Salem, i:i0At10.lin.m.,ti:l0 ' p. tn. TIUINS I.KAVK 111'TI.ANIi. . ur IScllown Tails, 12:50 A I3:20n. in., lS:ln ,v 13:10 p. in. " Burlington, 1:60 16s40 a. in., "!:80 :os p. ni. " l'urt Henry, S:10 n. m. nnd 6:05 p. m. Bennington, tU:30.fc't: n. m., K t!:25 p. in. Saratoga, r:on n. tn., K "Sino p. m. s.ilcm, l:io 16: w n. m., '1:00 A trwo p. in. Malt Train t.Mlxcd I'ntl (llllrr. mails close. Harlem Extension waj , 8.4.'. n. m., nml iWK) p. m. Eastern way, 11.40 a. in Troy wax, 12.10 p. 111. , Trov, 12.411 p. m 2.10 p. in.. ii .?o p. m. Ubany, 12. 10 p. 111., 2.40 p. 111., nndwtnp. 111 Boston, 11.40 11. 111., and WW p. in. 'nnadiis, 1.1s p. in. Noithernwn, 2.0...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 28 February 1874

jtr jalap 1 f ' ArOL. l--jsT0. 253. RUTLAjVT:, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1874. PRICE THKEE CENTS. I I I II II JKM I II ll I She Snulcjs. "1URTAIN COHNICKS OK BLACK J Walnut, or nit (lilt, mailt) to order. Cur iam Rings, Tassels nnU CortU. DKAHBORN'S QIIOW CASKS, CORNER. CLOCK nmi Mantle shelves mndo to order, with l'laln or .Moulded edges. BRACKETS mi wed in different styles nt DEARBORN'S drove BlocW. UW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE training, Chromos, Lithographs, trod l.ngravlngsnt 1)KA .Altlll JIOHN'S PIANOS AND OHGANS Ttine.1, Ucgti latcd and Repaired. Melodeon and Organ Bellows re-covered with new rubber nnd made, to work "ns food as new," at V. y. MniiUIAM'S. rpllK DECKER RUOTHERS PIANOS JL nro pronounced "absolutely matchless In every particular." II. N. MKItHIAM sells tliem. HANOS AND ORGANS nt lowest orlops and on easy terms, at ll. N. MERRIAM'S. QHEET MUSIC, Music Rooks nnd small O Instruments, also best Violin, (Jultar and Violoncello strings may bo Jial w,s milE GROVER &...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 28 February 1874

hc tM gaily (Sloto. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1874. TKHM3 IN ADVANCR. Mar rcr montn 15 Tlirco months t' oj six months,,,.. 4 ou Onn year 0 00 iVkkkw Tlirco months 15 Six months SI '.'5 ono year !M Addross GLOBU l'Al'Jtic Co., itutland, Vt. Sluco writing tho editorial avtlclo In re- ferenco to "Tuesday's town meeting," o have examined tho lcpoit of the conditlou ot tho Rutland savings bank, maila July 1st, 1872, and have, also, made Inquiry nf tho treasurer thereof. Tho Rutland savings bank has loaned to tho town of Rutland, at dilTcicut times, several sums ot money, anil now holds their coupon honds for llfty-onc thousand live hundred dollars. These bonds are embraced in tho auditors report s and If thcio Is any savings' bank Indebtedness not included In thcrcpoit, It is unpaid interest not principal. Let us lie Idly thankful for tills lellcf. The President lias presented the question Mquaicly to Congress, whether or not wo shall have n national centennial celebration. Ho tells them, a...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 28 February 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MOKNING, FEBRUARY 28. 1874. (The guttoml gaily 6tobc. &VTUKDAY, FEimUAUY 83, 1874. i.i:.ti: si:itvtci:s, is?4. Triult)- Cliiircti, ICiiilniKl. Ash Wednesday, every rrlday until Palm sun. day, and uvery day In Holy Wcok, at 11 a. in, and 7.BO t). m.. nt thn elinreli. Every Wednesday, other than above, at 7.30 p, m., nt tlto liall. Sermons on Ash Wednesday and Oood I'rlday. Hrlef Lectures on Wednesday evenings. Sermons on Friday evenings by various clergy man, ns follows : " 27 " 1). C. noberls of Ilrandon. Mar.o- " u. li, Hand ill of l'oultney. " la H. H. Atwlllofllurllnston. ' 20 " a. II. Flanders of Cheater. " 21 ' W. II. Collins of Vergennes. Holy Wkkk. Tho Way of tho Cross. l'alm Sunday Triumphant Beginning. Mondvy Disappointment. Tuesday open Opposition. Wednesday Treachery. Thursday ''Persecuted for Mghtcousncss' Sake." Oood I'rlday "Faithful unto Death." L'aster Kven "They rest Irom their labors." Holy Baptism will bo administered on L'ast...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 28 February 1874

u THE .RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1874. AllMVAIi AM) DEPARTURE OF TEA1.SH. THAWS ARRIVE AT RUTLAND. From Bellows Falls, 1:40 ll 19:20 a. m., '2:M & tll:00p. in. " Burlington lSHOi: '11:32 a.m., 12:50 U:00 p. in. " port Henry, '11:32 n.m nnd 7:00 p.m. " Bennington, tl2;0S p. m., 1CM) Uo.20 p. m. " Saratoga, '11:45 a. tn., b:00 p. in. " Salem, 1:40 & 110.43 a. m., t3:40 M:57 p. in. TRAINS LEAVE RUTLAND. For Bellows Palls, 12:50 fi 13:50 n. in., '15:10 t3:40 p. m. " Burlington, 1:50 ts:40 a.m., "2:30 & 5:05 p. m. ' l'ort 1 lenry, B: 10 a. in. and 6:05 p. m. " Bennington, tl2:30.t':oo n. m., 15:25 p. in. .Saratoga, 6:00 n. in., & '3:00 p. m. Salem, lsio tB:40 a. in., 'l:oo A t6:00 p. m. Mall Train tMlxcd runt iiritcf. MAILS CLOSE. Harlem Extension way, S.4.', a. in., anil 2.00 p. In. Eastern way, 11.40 n. la Troy way, 12.40 p. in. .,,. Troy, 12.40 p. m 2.40 p. in., and 0.30 p. in. Mb.my, 15.40 p. in., 2.40 p. in., ami !o p. in lioilon, 11.40 a. m...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 2 March 1874

r0L. I NX). 29. RUTLAND, VT., MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1874. PRICE THREE CENTS. Site Svartrj. pURTAIN CORNICES OF HEACIC Walnut, or rill (lilt, mailo to order. Cur iam Hlngs, Tassels ami Cords. DHAltHonN'S CUIOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK O unci Manila Shelves made to order, with Plain or Moulded edges. 1IHA0KF.TS Kiiweil In illlTereut it.Mesat llEAHIIOHM'S c.rovo mock. VTEW MOULDINGS FOR PICTUltE xi Framing, Cliromos, Lithographs, und Engravings at liEAItllOHN'8 OIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned, Pegu 1. lated and ltepalred. llelodeon and Organ Hollows re-covered with now rubber andmado to work "a? good as new," at i:. x. MnuiiiAM'.s. M1IIE DECKElFlSIiOTHnifS PIANOS X tiro pronounced "absolutely matchless In every pnrllculur." E. N. MEHKIAM sells them. OIANOS AND ORGANS nt lowest 1 prices and on eay terms, nt E. N. MKltltlAM'M. QHEET MUSIC, Music Honks ami small O Instruments, also best Violin, (lultar and Violoncello strings may bo I ad nt 1!. N. MEKHIAM'S rpiIE GROYER oc 1JAKEH SEWING JL JlAClll...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 2 March 1874

Wit Utttand 8tobt. MONDAY, MARCH 1), 1874. TKKM3 IN ADVANCE. UitLT Per month 75 Threo months $i oj six months 4 no one year s oo EE5t.T Threo months 76 six months $1 M Ono year !M Address OLOI1E PAPER ill., ilutland. Vt. Fellow citizens, turn out to your prim ary meeting tills evening. Don't let It l;c, us It 1ms too often been In times prist, Hint only n handful of men make your nomina tions. Every voter nml lax-payer Is Inter, cstcil In the management of tlic business of the town. Let the people take hold of the matter and see to It that only the best men me nominated, Certain men nio lilted for one plare, and others for nnolhrr fee to It that It In ever-time the light men hi the light plare. Let this bo tlio class of men nominated i let us elect such men, whether they aic nominated or not, nnd ullh them we can have economy, letrenehnu'nt and icform. u the vote on the confirmation of Wil liam A. Simmon, Friday, New England icpiiblicans have reason to congratulate themselves. With ...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 2 March 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1874, hc Jutland gutty mfo. IONDAY1 .AlAliCII 2, 1874. inNTi:. .st:uvi(;i:N, isrj, Trinity Church, Itiillaiiil. Ash Wednesday, every l'rlday until Palm Sun ,y,'-.!,a uvcrj' tlay ln "0ly Wcolc, at II a. in. v.. I ul cuurcn. kvery yvoiluesc ay. ether than above, at 7.30 p. Sermons on Ash Wednesday and flood l'rlday. liricf Lectures on Wednesday evenings. Sermons on Friday evenings by various clergy man, as follows : .1r',S " H. H. ltanrtalt of Pottttnoy. .i S H. 11. Atvvlllofimriliigton, 10 A. II. Flanders of Chester. a!rr w- Collins of Vergennea. Holy Wkkk. Tho Way of the Cross. I'alm bunday Triumphant beginning. Monday Disappointment. Tuesday open Opposition. w cdncsday Treachery. Thursday 'Persecuted for Righteousness' Sake." Wood Friday "Faithful unto Death." Laster Kven "They rost from their labors." Holy Hapiism will bo administered on Kaster Kven nt 3 p. m. Th? ii1:,110)'' 1110 HWiop of tho Diocese will vlilt the Parish on Wedne...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 2 March 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1874. AlllllVAi, AM IIKPAUTIUI! OP Tlt.UNN. iHAisa AnnivE at hctlasu, From Mellows l'alls, 1:10 & 10:) a.m., 2:20 4: " uufffng'toii 12:40 k 'HrM . in., U:D0 ft 1T:00 p. in. " Port Henry. "11:52 a. m and TidO r. tm ' ncnnlngtun, tn:0s p. m., 1I'.(W Mario p. " Saratoga, tl:isn. m., o.ro p.m. " Salem, H0.I5II, in., i 8s 4(i "4:17 p. in, T1IAIN3 I.KAVE HOTMND. for Hollows falls, 12:60 X 18:S0a. in.) '12:10 & t3:t0 " ourl'lngton, 1:10 k 15:10 n. rn., mno A t:06 r. in, " Port Henry, wo n. in. niul rns p. in. " lleniilngton, M2:30.t;H:tili n. in., e 1!'.S5 p. ni. Saratoga, 6:00 n. in., fc 'fciw p. in. . S item, i:io u,:to n. in., "i:in tr :00 p. in. Mull Train t.Mlxid lNisI irioc. MAILS CLOMP.. Harlem Hxlenslon way, s.l.r. n. in., mnl s.W p. in. Custom way, 11. in a. m Troy way, 12.10 p. in. Troy, 12.10 p. in., . m p. in., und . P- Albany, 12.40 p. m., 2.J" P. m., und lute-p. m boston, 11.40 a. in., and 0.30 p. in. Catiadas, Lis p. ...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 3 March 1874

VOL. I NO. 2G0. RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY MOVING, MABCH 3, 1874. PMOK TTTH13K OI5NTS. She SvmlCjS. pURTAIN CORNICES OP BLACK walnut, or nil out, mauo to order, cur. lain Rings, Tassel3 ana Cords. DEAHHORN'S SHOW CASKS, COIINEII, CLOCK ami Mnntlo Shelves mado to order, with IM.1 Im nf Mitl.ln,l n.lrrno 111. t r...' r"r.u ... iiiucrciii sijics ni IJEAHIiOHN'S orovo lilock. YTEW .MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE iraming, enromos, Lithographs, uttd Engravings at DEARBORN'S piANOS AND ORGANS Tuned, Regit- mivu uuu ncjiaiiuu, .ieioueon nnu urgan Hollows ro-covcrod with new rubber and mado to wens -as goou as now," at i:. n.merriam's, MIIIE DECKER HIiOTHERS PIANOS JL aro pronounctd "absolutely mnlrhless In every particular." E. N. MEHHIAM sell3 them. PIANOS AND ORGANS at lowest 1 prices and on easy terms, at II. N. MEHHIAM'S. CJI1EET MUSIC, Music Rooks and smnll O Instruments, also best Violin, (lunar and Violoncello stunt's may be I ail at JI. N. MKHUIAM'S flMIE GROVER & EAKER SEWING JL MACHINE Is t...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 3 March 1874

lie guttawl guity 5tok. TUESDAY, aiAltCH 0, 1874, TKIISIS IN ADVANCE. Daily I'cr month. 75 .$1 0,) . 4 IK) 8 L'J '.II is . 4 Ml Threo months six. months ono year Wkkklv Threo months Six months ono year Address GLOBE l'Al'KK Co., Rutland, Vt. The legal voters of the town of Rutland nre "warned" tonsscmblo In town meet ing nt 10 o'clock this morning In the Town Hnll In tills village. This meeting icmlmls us of the fact that these .New England town meetings me the only Instances of tune democracy In the world. The people there assemble and piovidc for their own government. These meetings weir the nurseries of Ameilcan Independence. The people a.-scmblcd, ai brother, consulted for their own welfaie, voted and acted nicoidlngly. e know not how It is to bo to-day, but wo should lll.c to see, mice more, an old fashioned town meeting. Such a one as Iiulland has been uccu'toiiicd to hold in times past. No bickerings, heatt-bu'iningor contentions. No peisonal end to lie subserved. All assembl...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 3 March 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBH. TUESDAY MOKNtNG, MARCH !J. 1874. (the gutlmul guilt; djlobc TUESDAY, MATtCtl a, 1874. AUI1IVW, AM) IILTMtU'ltK OF TIIAISS. TlUtNS AllltlVK AT KUTI.tSP. From IMlowg Falls, 1:10 A tl:20 a. in., 2:20 A tlt:Oi)ti. in. HurUngtoti 18:10 '11:33 a.m., tt:00 li. m. I'O Port Hohrv. n. m nnil 7:00 n. m. Pennington, t!2:0S p. in., 19.K) ai "10:20 p. in. " Saratoga, '11:111 u. hi., VM p. in. " s.nem, utile 110. mi, in., t;i:4i) '( p. in. TIU1NS LEAVE KL'Tt.ANI). For Hollows Vails, 12:C0 ft t3:21 a. in., '12:10 A t8:40 p. in. luirllngton, l:.io ft t6:lo a. in., '2:30 ft B:Ci p. in. " Port Henry, C:I0 n. m. and 6:05 p. in. " Pennington, tli:3i)ftD:iiO u. in., ft ta:S5 p. m. Saratoga, r.:00 n. in., ft 3:0,1 p. in. Salem, 1:40 ft 10:4 a. in., M:0o ft t6:00 p. m. Mnli Train tMlxed l0t (IIIICL'. MAILS CLOSE. Harloin Extension wny, s.43 n. in., nnd 2.00 p. ra. Kastorn wny, 11.40 a. in Troy wny, 12.40 p. in. Troy, 12.40 p. m., 2.4H p. in., una 0.30 p. in. Albany, 12.40 p. m 2.40...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 3 March 1874

THIS .RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, MAUC.U 3, 187-1. ilorsetnont of or active co-operation in llio enforcement of laws, which in tlielr pr.ic tlcnl results, bring but little to tlio land owner but nn Increase of tlio Very evils re ferred to. Ho would not naturally lu nn enthusiast over a statute which served only to secure the dally Incursion of his pre mises by every neighbor idler with wit enough to cut a rod or means to get n gun. Yet the sportsman's view of tlio question is worthy of serious consideration. Sound social philosophy docs not Ignoro tho ne cessity, as our natures nro constituted, for pleasure, pastime, sport recreation. Very much of the muscurnlity of a nations man hood Is modified by its national pastimes, Thoso recreations which require courage, strength, and self-possession, do much to develop these basic elements of all man hood, and no pcoplo has yet been great in tlio forum or tlio Held whose men have been trained to eniinlnato sports. Ncr can the mora...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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