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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 21 April 1874

VOL. I NO. 301. RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY MOIINING, APRIL 21, 1874. PJIIOE T1IKKB OISNTS. ptlRTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK V- Walnut, or nil Cllll, mado to order. Cur tain Hints, Tassel1) and fouls. DEAHHOHN'S QHOW CASES, CORNER, Cl.OOIC kJ anil Mantlo shelves made, to order, with L'laln or .Moulded edges, different styles at IlltACKETH unwed Hi ItliAUUOHN'S drove lilock. YT-EW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE XI Framing, Chromes, Lithographs, usd Engravings at, DKAMiuhX'M A C A R ) Tin: dahdwull house shaving and 1IA1K l)Ui:stt.V(l HATHIXO SAI.OOOX. .Mr. Henry Williams, from New York lias purchased tho above hair-dressing room and Ins mted It up In llrst-class stylo and does tho best work. In llio most urtlsllc manner, lie also docs hair work liuis lino style as done In '.ais country. Ho makes wigs, switches, curls, ehalnsandnnythlngth.it Is desired Inlhollno othalrtvork. He would he pleased In see tho ladles ot llutland nhd tlclnlty nmlglye (hem an example ot his nlillllles In thatllne, (ihe him n cal...

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. — 21 April 1874

TITE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 187-J. m gtottowt guilt! (Btok. TUESDAY, APRIL 31, 1874. TKI1M3 IN ADVANCE. Daily Per month ' Threo months ) six months w ono year 8 S Wkkki.v Thrco months " Six months t Ono year M Address OLODU l'AFKll CO., iiutland, Vt. iir.uiicTio.-v i- rni:iiiiiT.s on ITlAltlll.r. AM) si.A'i i:. The homo demand for maiblc nnd slntc is comparatively small. Without any sift llstlcs bcfoic U3, wc venture lo say that home sales alone would not pay llio c.. penscs of opening, developing and work ing, to any extent, ono quail y of each. Hut supposing that the products of a single quarry, each of shito and marble, could bo sold hi the Immediate nelghbnihood thcic of. what would be the result? Wo s'lould bo compelled to pay double or treble the piesent prices for all slate and tumble used by us. With only this home demand, the various quarries of tumble and slate, which have added, and continue to add, mi much to the wealth of Iiutland county, and 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. — 21 April 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. TUESDAY MOIWING, APRIL 21, 187 TCKSDAY, Al'ltlli 21, 1874. New .ilvcrtltcniciiii. Not Skedaddled Mary U .Towctf, XI. I). , Will opeu Hill week, at No. 9 .Merchants' How c, 11. Vnll. Liberation Notice. llnlr Dressing liooms-J. II. Smith. 'B'o-I(li) 's (llotip, First P.uik. vVhlins ol Advertisers ; Words of Wisdom j Elder Knnpp; Foiclgn Mutter. Second I'aok. Kdltoiinls! "Iicdltetion of Weights on limbic mid tilntcj" "History of the Orange Movement i " Latest News Somniary ; Stale, County and Vicinity ; Tempcratico In Whitehall. Tilllin I'aoe Dashes j Locals; The Troy Confercnco of tho Methodist Church ; Latest Telegraph i Markets. Fourth Pacik Agricultural Column. Wcntlicr I'roliulill lllus. War Dcpartmknt. office ok tiik Chief primal off -f 1CKK, P. in. ) Washington, April 20. s rnOSABlI.ITIF.S. On Tuesday over tho New England states, tho winds will veer to west and north west, with clear and clearing weath er. For tho Middle states and lower lake region, wes...

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. — 21 April 1874

PJIE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1874. AllllIVAL AMI HKPAlSTUItE (II' TltUNS. TItAtNS AKI11TK AT 11UTI.AND. from Hollows Falls, 1:40 U te:20 n. in., 'i::0 tll:oo p. m. Burlington 1!:40 A- 11:31 a. in., 12:M & 17:00 !' " Port Honrs-, '11:32 n. m and 7:00 p. in. Bennington, tl'-ios p. m., iv.m n M0:20 p. in. " Saratoga, "11:45 a. in., 9:06 p. In. " Salem, 1:10 S 110:4511. in., fu:40 K ':!,7 p. in. TIUIN3 I.KAVK 11UTI.ANI). for Bellows Falls, 12:50 Jt t3:20a. in., '12:10 (3:40 P. In. " Burlington, 1:60 & 16:40 a.m., '2-.r.o A 6:05 p. in. " l'ort Henry, 6:40 a. in. anil 6:05 p. m. " Bennington, tl2:30.t:oo n. in., 12:25 p. in. Saratoga, 6:00 a. in., X '3-M p. in. Salem, 1:40 ti t5:lo n. in., lino ir.:0fl p. in. Mall Train tMlxcif lt Ollicf. MAILS clone. Ilarlcm Extension way, 8. in a. in., and S.w P. m. eastern way, ll.ion. m Albany, 12.' o p. in., St. in p. m., nml o.wi p. in boston, 11.40 a. in., ami K.80 p. m. Canudas, 1.15 p. m. Northern way, 2.00 p. in. ...

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. — 22 April 1874

jSadte VOL. I NO. 302. RUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1874. PRICE TIJKEE CENTS. She Evades. CURTAIN CORNICES OF HLACK Walnut, or nil (lilt, mado to order. Cur tain lungs, Tassels und Cords. l)KAHI10TtN'.S Q1IOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK VJ ami Mnntlo Shelves mado to order, with Plain or Moulded edges. llllAOKin s sowed In different ityles at DKAKHOH.N'S (irovo lilock. VTEW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE Framing, Chrotnos, Lithographs, nnd Kngravlngs nt 1IKAUIII IHOKN'.S A C A It 1) tiii: iiaiimvui.i, norsi: siiavixo and IIAIlt l)lir..SHIN) ,v, HATIIINO SALOOOX. Mr. Henry Williams, from New York lias purchased tho tibovo halr-drosslng room and Ins lltted It up In llrst-class Htylo and does the host work, in the most urtlstlo maimer. He also does hair work In ns line stjle as done In ..ilscoiinlry. He makes wigs, switches, culls, chains nndunytlilngt lint Is desired In the line ofhalrwork. lie would bo pleased to see the ladles or ltulland nnd trinity and glyo lliem nn exnmplo ot his ah...

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. — 22 April 1874

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1374. TKIIM9 IN ADVANCK. Daily Per month 75 Thrco months i o.i Six months 4 oo Ono year 8 00 wkkei.t Tlireo months to Six months $1 to Ono year !W Address OI.OIIU PAl'KK cu Rutland, Vt. Tlio Hartford, Connecticut, Union flays that Governor Washburn was elected United States senator from Massachusetts, because he was a "prohibitionist." W trust that our friends will not, on this no count, congratulate themselves on the strength of the "prohibitionists" In the leg. Mature of that stale, as the Unimi gives thcgrout.d of its faith. It says, in sub stance, that the majoilty of tholcglslatiue. as nt the republican members thereof, nic opposed to nil prohibitory laws, andaic "anxious to pass n license law. Govei nor Washburn would, if lie had lcmalncd gov ii nor, have vetoed nny such law, and they therefore, took the senatorial promotion as Ihowaytoget rid of him. II further says "Talbot, who now comes in as governor, is In favor of license, and will sign nny bill pass...

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. — 22 April 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 22. 1871. Mt Jutland gaily (Globe. WEDNESDAY, AI'IUIj 22, 1874 '!'. IHij'h (ilobr. First I'aor. St. Albans Correspond cneo i Tlio Northern 1'acino ltnllroad. Second I'aiik. IMltorlal Hicvltlcs, Editorials i "Will the Country bo Poorer;' "Tlio Vermont Way j" " Patents on Sow lng Machines ;" Foreign Correspondence j latest Summary of News. Timm 1'aoe. Dashes ; Locals; Troy Confcrenco ot tho Methodist Cluircli; Latest Telegraph ; Markets. Foontu PaoeJ From Drandon The Going1) On There. Weather lrobiibllllli'v, W'All DErAUTMRNT, 1 OtFICK OF THK ClIIKf SI(INI, In HCI.lt, J- Washington, April 51. s p. in. J 1'ROBAMI.lTlr.S. On Wednesday, over New KtiRland.clear weather. Northwest winds will prevail. For the. Middle Slates and lower lake- re gion, winds shifting to northeily and east erly and clear weather, with Increasing cloudiness over tho western poition (hiring the afternoon nnd evening. DASIIKS llinin AM) TI1KKK. Rutland lndgo of Good...

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. — 22 April 1874

AllltlVAl, AM) Mil'ARTUlli: OK TRAINS. TRAINS ARRIVE AT nCTLANfl. From llellows Falls, WO & 1st:20 n. m '2:20 tinoon. m. llurllngton 1SM0 & MI:33 a. in., 12:50 .t 17:00 P. m. " ro Port, Henry. '11:33 n. in niul t:oo n. in. " Hcnnliigton, tiaais p. m u,50 '1(j:20 p, in, " Saratoga, "11:45 a. m 9M p. in. " Nalem, 1:40 tl0:n a.m., 1iiD K '4:57 p, m. TltUNS l.EATB UCTt.ANP. For llellows Falls, 12:50 & 13:20 n. m., '12:10 & 13:10 p. in. " llurllngton, 1:M tC:40 a. In., '2:30 t B:05 p, m. " l'ort Henry, C:40 n. m. niul 6:05 p. in. " Hcnnlngton, tl2:30X':oo n. in., X 12:25 p. in. Saratoga, 5:00 n. m., K "3:o) p. m. Salem, i:40 16:40 a. in., "liouA is:00p. m. ".Mall Train tMlxcd l'osi orfiic. mails close. Harlem Extension wny, 8.45 n. in., and 2.00 p. m Eastern way, 11.40 a. m Troy w ay, 12.40 p. m. Troy, 12.40 p. m., 2.40 p. m., ami 0.50 p. m. Mbany, 12.40 p. 111., 2.40 p. in., nnd 9.80 p. in lloston, 11.40 n. m and 0.30 p. 111. Oanadas, 1.15 p. in. Northern wny, 2.00 p. 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. — 23 April 1874

RUTLAND, VT.. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1874. PRICE THREE CENTS. VOL. 1 NO. 303. She Evades. CURTAIN CORNIOKS OP BLACK Walnut, or nil out, mado to order. Cur iam Kings Tassels una Cords. DEAHUOnN'S SHOW CASKS, COHNEH, CLOCK ntitl Mantlo Shelves mndo to order, with I'laln or -Moulded edges. HHACKETS sawed In ilirferent st)lcs at DEAlilioitNH (Irovo lllock. EW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURF. Frainlnir, Chromos. Llthosrrnnhs. und hn(rrnvlnirs at DKAHIioliN'.s A C A 1! 1) tub hahdweli, house shaving and hair dhess1no ti hathino sai.ooon. Mr. Henry Williams, from New York lias purchased tho nbovo halr-Urcssltiif room anil Ins nttcil It up In llrst-class style anil does tho best wort, In the most nrtlstlo manner. Hu also does hair work In as lino stylo asilono in ..llscountry. lie makes wigs, snitches, curls, chains niulnnytlilnir that Is desired In tho lino u( hair work. He would ho pleased Iosco the ladles ot Hutland and vicinity and glyo them an example of his nullities in that line, (llvo li...

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. — 23 April 1874

lw gSnttantl gnity 6Mc. THURSDAY, AI'IHIj 20, 1874. TKIIMS IN ADVANCE. Duly Per month W Tbrco months il 0,1 six months 4 do una year 8 00 Weekly Throo months TO Six months (I ' Ono year 2 M Address OLODli l'Al'Kit cu itutland, Vt. Some one asked Hates Turner, wlio was ono of tlio ablest of Vermont jurists, al though sometimes prone to lio n trifling profane, why tlio Engllsli system of plead lug was retained in tlio courts of Vermont. Ills reply was characteristic. Ho said that It was for two icasons s first, because It was the most beautiful, complete, anil per fect system of pleading that the wisdom of men could devise, and secondly, It was to keep d fools out of the profession. The jtnlgo was right In his first leason, but It seems that he has not been cfilcacious in the second, ns we find a member of iho Inr complaining that "It must lcipttro n 'little less than omiiiseicnt wNdom In n lawyer to prevent him from making mls " lakes every fow days'1 In pleading under the present Ve...

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. — 23 April 1874

THE RUTLAND' DAILY " GlOBE, "THURSDAY MORNING: APRIL 23, . 187- B!w guttand gnUy (Stobc. THURSDAY, AfHIIi 22, 1874. Wenilicr I'robntilllllc. VAIl DKPAf.TMENT, ) nrrieE or this ciiiep siiinai. orticKB.V UASII1N0TON, April 82.-8 u. Ill, J riionABii.iTii.3. During Thursday over Now England In creasing cloudiness will prevail, with llglit to fresh winds for the Middle States and lower lake region, nml southeast tonoith. cast wtnds anil Increasing cloudiness with rain. DASHES 1IKHK AM) THKIIK. ltcmembcr the cnlertalninent ot tho Wal. lace sisters to-night at the Opera House. Z. V. K. Willson, Esq., superintendent of the Hutland ami Washington railroad, Is confined at his residence by illness. Cashier Henry V. Field passed n com fortable day yesterday. "-Max" gives on the first page an amusing account of Mr. and Mrs. Podgcrs' visit to Prof. Martin's entertainment. It Is well worth a perusal. Our thanks nru eminently duo to Hcv. Hostwick Hawlcy, D. D., of Bennington, for the very readable ...

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. — 23 April 1874

ARRIVAL AMI llKl'AItlUlIi: 01' TRAINS. IIIAIN9 AlllllVR AT llCTLANP. From Bellows Falls, 1:40 & 10:20 o. m !:!0& tll:oo p. m. Burlington 14:40 A "11132 n. m 12:50 A tT:tO p. in. " Tlconderogn, "11:32 n. in. " Bennington, tI2:03 p. in., 1H.6H K Mono p. in. " Saratoga, MMs n. m., 9:00 p. m. " Hnlcni, l:40tl0:isn. m t;i:in & "4:.'.7 p. in. TIIAIN3 I.KAVE niTLANP. l or Hollows Fall?, 12:60 A- 13:20 a. in., "12:10 k 13:40 p.m. " Burlington, 1:50 & 16:10 n. in., "2:30 As 6:05 p. in. " Tlconderogn, 6:05 p. m. " Bennington, tl!:3u':00 a. in., K 12:2.-, p. in. Saratoga, 6:00 n. m., K "3:(i p. in. Salem, 1:40 & t6:40 n. in.. "1:(M A 16:00 p. in. Mall Train t.Mlxcd I'ost Office MAILS close. llurlom Extension way, s.45 o. m., mid 2.00 p. m. Kastern way, 11.40 a. m Troy way, 12.40 p. m. Troy, 12.40 p. m., 2.40 p. m., urul 0.30 p. n. Mbnny, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. m., nml P.an p. m Boston, 11.40 n. m., and lun p. in. iinnndas, 1.15 p. in. Northern way, .no p. in. H.uilngton, 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. — 24 April 1874

VOL. 1--NO. 304. RUTLAND, VT.. FRIDAY MOIxNING, APRIL 24, 1874. PRICE THREE OIONTS. She Evades. flUUTAIN C0HN1CKS OK 1ILACK J Walnut, or ml nut, made to order, cur. inln Win,"'. Tassels anil cords. DEAlinoitN'S Q1IOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK J nndMniitlo Shelves maclo to order, with rinin or .mouiucu euges, iw(i;ivj.i suweu in uinerent stj les nt jh;akiiohn'S drove mock. YTKW MOULDINGS FOR PICTUHl: i Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, mid r.HKiuii!K ui lllv.i;uuil. B A C A it n tiii: liAitDwnu, itotsi: siiavixo and II All! DllL'-iSINU .t llATHIXfl SAt.OOON. Mr. Henry Williams from Now York has purchased tho uboto hnlr-dressing room nnd ins tltted It up In lint-claw stylo and does the best work. In the most ml 1st In maimer. He also does hair work In as lino stylo as done In ..lis country. He makes wigs, switches, curls, chains and anything thai Is desired In the line of hair work, lie would ho pleased to seo the ladies ot itutland nndMclnlt) nndglje lliem mi example ot his nullities In that...

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. — 24 April 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 2d, 1874. She ghtttnml IJnUjj tobc. friday,vpril at, 1&74. TK11S13 IN ADYANCK. init.r rcr month 75 Tlirco months tl oo Six months 4 oo Ono year... 8 oo Wkeki.t Three months ?r six months ft S3 ono year...... i w Address OLODK l'Al'lsit Co.. Uutland, Vt. The fixing, grading ntul repairing ol nlrccts, hlghwnys niul sidewalks lias always been a fruitful sourco of fraud, corruption niul overcharge. It will lie re membered that, even, the vitiligo of Hut laud felt Impelled to provide, by ordinance, that uo trustee, or the employe- or relative of a trustee, should bo a commissioner of sticets, etc. It was not believed, pciliaps, that theic had been any actual fraud, but there was a general feeling that a " Icttlr " too much money found its way into the commissioner's pocket. Washington, how ever, caps the climax, lly a system of over-mcasurcincnt, or of guessing at meas urements, as appears from testimony bc foie the committee of investig...

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. — 24 April 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY AfOKNING, - APRIL 24. 1874 . hc gutlnmt gaily (Btok. ITftlUY, APML 21, 1874 Wcitlhcr l'ro!iihllltle. WAIt Dd'AtlTMnNT, 1 office or Tin: ciiief simt. otncKnA ,t A1IIV(IT0N, April 23,-3 11. m, ) rilOllAlllUTIKfl. Dm lug Friday over Now England, llio winds will slilft to north nml west with dealing weather. DASHES UEUK AND TIIKKE. Dr. Mlddleton Goldsmith niul wife left yesterday tor Now York, from whence, they will sail In the steamship Moselle, Saturday, for Europe. Their daughter, Mrs. Patterson, of Philadelphia, will ac company them. Wo wish them an ngieo able voyage, a pleasant tour, and a safo return. An exchange says i "Lawyers had bet ter leave Rutland at once. At n debate In the high school, Monday night, the subject was, "Kcsolvcd, that lawyers are a curso to the community. It was decided In tho affirmative. That genial "conversationalist" Chae, agent for tho Traveller's Insurance com pany, has been at Windsor several days, so say tho papers, as...

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. — 24 April 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24. 1874. TRAINS AnniVK AT RCTl.lNt). From Bellows rails, 1:10 & t:!0 n. in., S:!0 f ll:oo p. m, Burlington 12:40 A: M1:M n. m., V2m A two p. in. ' ' Tlconderoga,11.32n. in. " Bennington, t!2:09 p. in., 10.M A '10:20 p. in. Saratoga, '11:4s n. in., 0:00 p. in. Salem, 1:40 K no.li a. in., ts:w A J:f.7 p. TIIAINS I.KAVK HUTI.ANI). For llellows Falls, 12:60 Sc 18:20 a. m., '12:10 ft 13:40 r. m. Dti Lltirllngton, 1:60 & 16:10 a. in., '2:80 6:05 p. in. Tlconderoga, ts:0 p. m. Bennington, tl2:30':oo n. in., A 12:23 p. In. Saratoga, 6:00 n. m., "8:00 p. in. Salem, 1:40 t6:40 a. m., '1:00 A- tn:00 p. ni. Mall Train t.Ml.xcd Post OICU'C. MAILS CLOSE, iluilcni Extension way, 8.4.1 n. m., mul WW p.m. Eastern way, 11.40 a. m I'roy way, 12.40 p. in. Troy, 12.40 p. m 2.40 p. in., unci it.su p. m. Vlbany, 12.40 p. m., 2.4') p. in., and n.si p. in Uoston, 11.41 a. in., and '.'.so p. in. rmiadas. Lisp, in. Northern way, 2.00 p. in. Darlington, a...

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. — 25 April 1874

VOL. L NO. 305. RUTLAND, VT.. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1874. PRIOB TI1RKR CENTS. She Swulfjs. CURTAIN CORNICES OP BLACK Walnut, or nil (lilt, mndo to order. Cur. lain Kings, Tussels nnd Cords. DUAHHOItN'S SHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK and Mantle Shelves mndo to order, with l'liiln or Moulded edges. I1HACKI2TS Kiiwcd In ulUereiit stj le3 nt DI.AKHOltN'S (irovo Mock. NEW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE Framing, Chromos, Lithograph, mid Kngrnvlngs nt IiLAIifioiiN'S HUTLAND MANT l-'ACTntlNO COMPANY, Manufacturers nnd wlioles.il. dealers In WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CIIA1US, liLl). ST1.AHS AND CHAIIt STOCK. Coi ner ot West and 1'orest Sis, Ut'TLAND, VT. I.. ATW-oot), Ant. CI. C. Heliums, Treat, mayldly. T W. KING, 'J Manufacturer and wholesale arid letall dealer in SASH, DOOIiS, IlLINDH, MOl'LDINOS, IHlACKUTS. AND HOl'Si: l'UH N'lSHI.NU .MATl.HIAL, OF F.YKKY l'r.SCIUITIOS'. Kl'HNACE STREET, Kl'II.A'.t', 'T. Orders by mnllorothenvlsu promptly nttond ed to. myldtr TIIOS. ROSS. LINCOLN IRON AVOHKS. MnrbloMI...

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. — 25 April 1874

fSbe Jutland guHy Globe. SATURDAY, APltir, 25, 1871. TERMS IN ADVANCE Daii.v rormontli "o Threo months fl Do six month') i oo ono year s oo Wisely Threo months is six months fit.', Ono year 1 50 Address GLOIIli PAl'UU cu., itullnnd, Vt. Wc know not how much truth there Is In the repoit, but It Is Bald that Coipeiilcr, Morton and Perry him of Michigan aro not smoking quite ns much ns they wero at "the other end of the nvenuc." Upon Inflation, at least, their influence has ended like their cigars in tomfo. Senator Carpenter ol Wisconsin now Htantls, in effect, upon ono plank of the 1 hcral republican platform. What n con version 1? that, my countrymen ! They re solved upon ionic subject, no matter now tin what, that so long ns there were differ ences of opinion "we remit the discussion ' of Hie subject to the people In their Con- gross districts, and to the decision of the Congics3 thcicon, wholly fret of Eircv " the interference or dictation." That U precisely the "platform" of the S...

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. — 25 April 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 25. 1874. She Jutland gnUy tobc. SATURDAY, AVMl, S3, 1874 Mibbniu M'rnti'., Advent Cncncit. r.ldcr II, K. Flagg, will preach In tho Advent church on Sunday, nt 1;10 nnd 7:13 p. in. l'rayer nnd conference meeting nt 10:45 a. ni., 8una.tr School nt l'.':oo in. Scats free. Haitist. ltev. i:. Mill", I'nslor: Services nt 10.45 n. m. Mid 7.00 p. in. Sabbath Bchool nt 12 in. Catholic. llcv. Charles lloylan, Pastor; Ser vices nt, 8.oi) nndio.son. m., nnd 7.oop. in. French Catholic ltev, II, Cardinal, rastorj Services nt s.SJn m. and 3:oo p. m. Congregational. Kev. .1. (). .lohnson, I'nstori Services at 10.45 n. in. and 7.00 p. 111. l'rayer meetings on Thursday nnd naturday evenings nt7.3o. Subject ot morning discourse, Tem perance." EriscorAi.. ltev. V. J. Harris, l)D Itcctor; Morning l'rayer with sermon nt 10.30 n. in. Sun day School Immediately after morning service. Evening l'rayer with sermon hereafter nt 7.01) p. in. Methodist. l!ev. II....

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. — 25 April 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1874. UllllYAl, ANtl IIEl'AllTttltE OK TRAIN'S. TRAINS AllUIVK AT RUTMNP. From Bellows Palls, l:io & tf:20 a. m., 2:i0 & tllioop. m. Burlington 12:10 Jt 'llsru a. in., 12:50 & 1 7:r,0 P. m. " Tlcondcrogn, '11:82 n. ra, " Bennington, tisios p. in., 1U.00 ii '10:20 p. in. " Saratoga, "IMS a. in., t:0fl p. in. " Salem, 1!40aj 110:41 n. in., twin A- 'l t,7 p. in. TIUIN3 I.KAVE RUTLAND. Y or Bellows Falls, 12:60 & t8:20n. in., '12:10 t3:J0 p. m. " Burlington, 1:50 & t5:IO a. m., '2:80 A' n-,m p. m. " Tlcondcrogn, 6:05 p. in. " Bennington, tl2:3o9:oo n. in., t2:25 p. m. Saratoga, 6:00 a. m., 3:oo p. in. Salem, 1:40 & 16:40 a. in., M:0o A tB:00 p. in, Mall Train tMlxerf l'ONt Ulricas MAILS CLOSE. Harlem Kxtenslon way, s.45 a. m nnd 2.00 p. ra. Eastern way, 11.40 a. in Troy way, 12.40 p. m. Troy, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. m., and s.ao p. in. Albany, 12.40 p. m., 2.40 p. in., ami t.xn p. in Boston, 11.40 a. m., anil 9.3...

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