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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 24 November 1874

he laito IX ; ...,'' PRICE" THREE CENTS. RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1874. VOL. II NO. 480. IIUTLAND MANUFAOTUIUNQ COMPANY, Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In VOOl) AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, UKD STEADS AND CIIAIIt STOCK. Corner of West and Forest fits, RUTLAND, VT. I.. Aiwoon, Agt. a. C. IlcaaLKa, Troas. inayldly. THOS. HOSS. LINCOLN IRON WORKS. Mnrblo Mill "and Hoisting Machinery of tho most Improved constriction. Dorricks and pumping machinery, castings and general ma chine work. , ..... steel and Iron Wire Rope at Manufacturer's prices. Rutland, Vt., May 1, 1973. mayldtf A. II. II AW LEY, COSTRACTOR AXl) PRACTICAL SLATER, RUTLAND VERMONT. Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly and woll. Orders can bo left at J. K. Glynn's store on Merchants' Row, or at tbo Hardwell House. RcJercnctt Rockwood llarrett, Rutland ! L. M. Mason, President of First National Bank, De troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga Sprtnra mayldtf MANVILLE, HALL & CO., WHITEHALL, - - - ...

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 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1874. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1874. TXRUa IN ADVANCE) XJajlt Ono month 75 Three Months, $2 on six montis 4 of) on year 8 00 WitziT TUree mouths ;s Six months tl S3 One year m Address QI.ODK I'APKK uu itutland, Vt. CIRCULATION. The average dally circulation of Dailt Globe, r tho periods namod below, was as follows i Week ending Aug. 8, 1873, 803. Aug. 1,1914 ma 1010. 8. 1S00 1304 1230 1844 1344 1000 16, " 23, " 80, 812. 833. M0. 840. 823. " IS, " SJ, " !9, Sep. S, Stmt) of Vormuiit. DV ASAHEI. TECK, OOVKnxon. A rKOCLAUAI'.ON. In accordance with tlmo-honorcd custom, and In hnnnnnv with tho Proclamation ot tho Presl- dent ot tho United States, I hereby appoint TIICBSDAV, THK TWKNTT-SIXT1I BAY OF NOVUM- dkh. A. I).. 1874. n (lav ot thanksgiving and praise to Almighty God. And I recommend to tho people ot tlio state on tnatuay, in puimc reUa-lnim services, in tirlvato exercise ot ttletv and rinvntlnn. and In ileedl of Dhllanthronv 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. — 24 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 24, 1874. TUESDAY, NOVEMBEK 24, 1874. JFFICBR.V ) p. m. ) VVclllllcr l'rubublllllcx. War Department. CIKPICR OF Til It CniKF HKltML OFFICES. WASniNOTON, November 23 8 For the Middle states and lower lako re. glon nrens of rain or snow, followed by clearing nud colder weather, southwest to northwest winds, and tiling barometer. For New England threatening weather, rain, east or south winds during the night, Blight changes In temperature, and con tinued low barometer. tilll whteli rpmlml. the. Woodstock Post of tho card in which Artcmus Ward expressed bis gratitude to tho cngino company for Kinuiy reiruiuiuK num . twins were born unto him. Tho Pott Is not nn ardent admirer of Senator Mor rill. Tho Becond annual ball at tho Granville House, Middle Granville, Christmas eve. Tho average monthly rainfall In 1871 was 8.01 Inches! in 1873 it wai4.17j In 1873 it was 4.C4 i Willie for tho ten months of tho present year it lias uccn oniy u.i, am...

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 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 24, 1874. AHIllTA-I, AM) DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. TRAINS ARRIVE AT RUTLAND. 1'roia Bellows Falls, 1:80 18:80 a. m., '2:03 & n-.ss p. m. " Burlington H:82 & 'lRSO a. in., 1:00 i! fl:30 p. m. " Tlcondcroga, ll:30n, m. " Bennington U:00 m., t4:50 & '8:35 p.m. " Saratoga, l!;0O m., :15 p. m, " salem, 10 s tllilo a. m., t4:30 & '9.00 p.m TRAINS LIAVK RUTLAND, for Bellows Falls, 13:13 H:30 a. m., M2:00 m., S ts:i0 p. m, " Burllngton,l:85 ft 16:10 a. m., 2 :10 & 4:65 p.m. " Tlcondcroga. 4:65 p. m. 11 Bennington,45:80 a. tn 1,10 & tl'.IO p. in. Saratoga, B:00 and 9:30 a. m., & 3:0o p. m. Salem, 1:40, 9:so, & it-AO a, m., 10:16 p. m. Mall Train tMlxed vo.t aificn. MAILS CLOSE. Harlem Extension way, 12.60 and 9.43 p. m. Kastcrn way, 11.40 a. m. Troy way, 9.40 a. m., and 12.50 p. m. Troy, 9.40 a. m., 12.60, s.40 and .4J p. m. Albany, 9.40 a. m., 12.60, 8.40 and 9.4 p. m. lW3ton, 11.40 a. m., and 9.45 p. m. Canadas, 1....

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 November 1874

ItUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1874. PRICE THREE CENTS. VOL. II NO. 487. - s ItUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY. Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In VOOD AND CHAIN SEAT CHAIRS, UED STEADS AND CHAIR STOCK. Comer of West and Forest Sts, KtTLAND, VT. I,, atwood, Agt. , O. C. Rcoolks, Treas. may'ldiy. thos. ross. lincoln iron works. Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of tho most ImproTcd constriction. Derricks and pumping machinery, costings and general ma chine work. . Meeinna iron wire jswu t iuiui,mici a nrlnnq. ltutland, Vt., May 1, 1873. mayldtt A. II . IIAWLEY, coxtractor axd practical slater, rutland vermont. Ho Is prepared w do all work promptly and well. Orders can bo loft at J. E. Glynn's Btoro on Merchants' now, or at tho Bardwoll House. Rtfmncet IlocKwood IIarrctt,llutland; L. M. Mason, President ot First National Hank, De troit, Michigan : Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga Springs mayldtt MANVILLE, IIALIi & CO., WHITEHALL, - - NEW YORK, Wholesale dealers In CAN...

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 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1874. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1874. TERMS IS AOVANC1C. DiiiT-One month.. 79 Threo Months, $2 On Six months...... 4 co ono year 8 00 Wiiilt Tbree months "5 Six months 1 o One year 2 CO Address QLOBK FAWSlt Ou.. itutland, vt, ClnCCLATION. Too nverngo dally circulation ot Daily globs, )r tha periods named below, was as follows t Wcplr rnillniT Aliff 91T3. raw. Alii. 1. 1974 110 " ' l" . ' 1040. " 8, " 1200 ' 10. 81?. " IS. " 1104 "i n 2.1. " 838. " 22, " 1234 " to " 10. " 29, " 1844 ' " SeD. 0. " S40. Sep. C, " 114 13, 923. 1000 Slllto of Vermont 1IY ASAHEL VECK, Ooternoh. A ritOCLAUATiOX la accordance with time-honored custom, and in lmrmnnv with tho Proclamation ol tho l'resl- dent ot tho United States, I hereby appoint THURSDAY, THE TWKNTV-SIXTJJ DAY OP NOVUM- BKR, A. A., 1341, a uujr ui UlUUKSglvlIlK lulu praise to Almighty God. And I recommend to tho people or tho Stnto on that da)', In public religious Rervlccs, In prlvato o...

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 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE WEDNESDAY MOllNING NOVEMBER 25, 1874. 5hc guttottfl gnttg (BbU, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHElt 23, 1874. Wciithor l'robnbtlltlca. War Department. Office of the chief Sional officek, WAsntiiOTON, November 24 a p.. m For New England nud the Middle states, partly cloudy nod colder weather, north or west winds, rising barometer nud light snow la the northern portion of these dis tricts. local ii.:ktiu.. Yesterday wns cold uud blustering enough for inld-wluter, without Its arcompanlmcnt of good sleighing. Jlr. Parsons lelt this morning for Spring field where he lectures to-night? And now the St. Albans Adccrtiter comes out with an "expose" of tho Eddy family lo tho extent of three columns or more, tho result of an Intcrriew of tho family by tho editor on Safhrday Inst. Judging by a hasty look nt tho article wo should say It took very decided ground. Possibly somo of the ticket-holders last evening met with difficulty in translating the languago inscribed on tho bits of past...

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 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1874. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TIUIXR. TRAINS AKMVI AT RUTLAND. From Bellows Falls, 1:30 & t8:60 .tn.,,2:0B " Burlington 12:32 11:S0 a. ra., 1:00 & t J:S0 p.m. Tlconderoga, ll:S0 a. m, " Bennington, 12:00 m., t4:50 ffi '9:3J p. m. " Saratoga, i!:0O m.. 0:15 P- m. Salem, 1:40 tlltio a. m., M:S0 ft "9.00 p.m TK11N8 LEAVE RUTLAND. For Bellows Falls, 12:4 1 & t4:30 a. m., 1:00 m., ft tS:30 p. m. " Burllngton,l:83 ft 18:10 a. tn., '2:10 4:58 p.m. " Tlconderoga. 4:63 p. m. 11 Bennlngton.'BiSO a. m., 1.10 ft t J:10 p. m. Saratoga, B:oo and 9:30 a. m., ft 8:O0 p. m, SAiem, 1:40, '9:50, ft tn:10 n. m., to:ls p. m, Mall Train tMlxed Post Office. MAILS CLOSE. Hurlem Extension way, 12.60 and 9.45 p. m. Eastern way, 11.40 a. in. Troy way, 9.40 a. m., and 12.to p. in. Troy, 9.40 a. m 12.50, s.40 and .4 p. in. Albany, 9.40 a. in., 18.60, 8.4(1 and 9.4J p. in. Boston, 11.40 a. m., and 9.45 p. m. Canadas, 1.16 p. m. Northern way, 1....

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. — 26 November 1874

' -,, 1 --. ai I". j . IJ ' RUTLAND, VT., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1874. PRICE THREE CENTS. VOL. 11--NO. 488. HUTI.AND MANUFACTUllINO COMPANY, Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In not) AND CHAIN SEAT CIIAIKS, BED STEADS AND CHAIR STOCK. Corner of West and Forest Sts, KUTLAND, VT. I., Atwood, Agt. o. C. ncooLKa, Treas. mayldly. THOS. 1IOS9. LINCOLN IHON WORKS. MnrbloMIll and Hoisting Machinery of tho most Unproved constriction. Derricks and pumping machinery, castings ahd ccncral ma chine work. Steel and Iron Wire P.opo at Manufacturer's prices. . , . Ktitland, Vt., May 1, 1S73. maytdtt A. II. II AW LEY, COSTRACTOR AXD PRACTICAL SLATKR, HUTLAND VERMONT. Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly and well. Orders can bo left at J. I!. Olynn's store nn Mprnh-VTir-l' llnw. nr at tho llardwell House. Rftrencn ltockwood Barrett, Rutland: L. M. Mason, rrcsiuent 01 first national duuk, ive troll, Michigan : Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga Sprlnfi-a mayldtt MANVILLE, HALL & CO., WHITEHAL...

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 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1874, TIIUK3DAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1874. TERMS IN ADVANCE. JDAitTOno month "5 Three Montlis, S3 On Six months 4 00 one year 8 00 wmit-Threo raoaths "5 six months n u One year it Address GLOBE FAFltit w itutland. v't. CIRCCLATION. The average dally circulation of Daily globi, r the periods namod below, was as follows i Week ending Aug. S.1ST3, 603. Aug., 1374 1IJ0 u" . iow. " s, " isoo la 812. " 15. " 1104 ii ii 23, 83J. " M, " 1230 it h go, " M0. " 89, " 1844 ii Sod. 0. " 840. Sep. B, " 144 t. .1 i? 1g II QM. 19. 13. 1000 mi! day roil TIIAMCSGI V1N4J. ilv ihn l'rcnldcllt of till) Untied Mntca of Amcrlcn. A rhOCLAMATIOX, Wo are reminded by tho changing seasons that It Is tlmo lo pauso In our dally vocations, and offer thanks to Almighty Uod forthu mer cies and abundance of tho year which Is draw ing to a closo. Tho blessings of free government contlnuo lo bo vouchsafed to us i tho earth has responded to tho labor of the husbandman : t...

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 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE THUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 26, 1874. mt gtottontt guilt) (Stoto. TIIUUSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1874. AlllllVAL AND IlhPAIITt 111: OF Tlt.UNN. TRAINS ARRIVE AT RUTLAND. From Hellowa Falls, l:3i) tS:6o a. m '!:05 & t8:83 p. m. ' Burlington 12:fU U:M,m.,-l:00 tl:80 P. tn. Tlcondcroga, 'Hison. m. ' Uennliigion, 1S:oo in., t4:60 a M:33 p. m. ' Saratoga, -12.00 m. 9:13 p. in. Suletn, IMOfi tllilO a.m., 14:30 ,c '9 00p.m TRAINS LEAVE nCTLAND, for Hellows Palls, U:4il & H:30 a. m -12:00 in., t3:so p. m. " Ilurllngton,l:33 At to:lo a. ui., "8:10 4:68 p.m. " Tlconderoga, 4:66 p. m. " Benningion,'6:S0 a. in., 1.10 A 12:10 p. in. Saratoga, 6:oo and 9:30 a. m., A '3.00 p. in. 3 ucin, 1:40, '9.6), & two a. in., ts:l3 p. m. .Mall Train IMIxed I'ont orrico. MAILS CLOSE. Harlem Extension way, 12.60 and 9.43 p. m, Eastern way, 11.40 a. m. Troy way, 9.40 a. m and 12.60 p. m. Troy, 9.40 a. in., 12.60, 3.40 and n.4J p. m. Albany, 9.40 a. m., 18.60, 3.40 and 9.4 p. in. Boston...

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 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2G, 1874. Concluded from Fint Page, Mr. Shhrtleff, of Plalnflcld, eaU lie knew tho man, and hail the conviction that ho waj Innocent) and when ho canio before the committee with tho certificates and recommendations of some of the best men In Orange and Washington counties, and also of the lurv who tried him, he thought It n case that called for action at the hands of the legislature. Mr. aillett, of Thctford, said he heard all of tho first trial, and believed It was n put-up case, and that Mr. Thompson vm innocent. Mr. Bmalloy, of Burlington, moved to amend the proposition of tho committee, by making tho sum 3000 leaving Mr. Thompson to par tho costs, but remitting tho fine. Under tho rulo of tho llouso the amendment proposed by tho committee was first in order, and that amendment was disagreed to. Tho question then recurred on tho amendment proposed by Mr. Smailcy and on that question, Mr. Davenport, of Wilmington, demanded tho yen...

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 November 1874

mt RUTLAND, VT., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 1874, PRICE THREE CENTS. VOL. II NO. 490-. She SJwrtciS. RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Manufacturers and wholesale dealers In A 001) AND CHAIN BEAT CHAIRS, BED STEADS AND CHAin STOCK. Corner of West and Forest Sta, RUTLAND, VT. I.. Atwooo, Agt. 0. C. I(caoi.K8, Troas. mayldly. THOS. ROSS. LINCOLN IKON AYORKS. Marble Mill and Hoisting Machinery of the most improved constriction. Derricks and pumping machinery, castings and general ma chine work. . ..... steel and Iron Wlro Ilopo at Manufacturer's prices. Rutland, Vt,, May 1, 1373. mayldtf A. II. IIAAVLEY, coxtractor axd practical slatkr, ruti.and vermont. Ho Is prepared to do all work promptly and well. Orders can bo left nt J. E. Glynn's storo on Merchants' How, or at tho Uardwell House. Ret re nces ltockwood Harrctt, Uutland : L. M. Mason, President of First National Bank, De troit, Michigan; Hon. .1. M. Marvin, Saratoga Sprlwa mayldtf MANVILLE, HALL & CO., WHITEHALL, - NEW YOItK...

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 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 28, 1874. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1874. TERMS IN ADVANCE jOiiLT Ono month 7J Three Mouths $2 On 8Ii months 4 CO Ono year 3 00 - ccrtr Throo months ?S Six months (1 25 Ono year 1M Address GLOBE VAFKlt Co., rtutland, Vt. CIRCULATION. The averago dally circulation of Daily Globs, ,r the oerlods namod below, was as follows : Week ending Aug. S,18M, 603. Aug, 1, ISM 1IJ4 " 9, " 104U. " " 10, " 812. " " 23, " 83J. ' ' 00, " wn. ' " Ben. 0. " sio. 13, 853. " 15, " 22, " 29, Sep. e, ' 18, 1200 1104 1230 1944 1344 1000 The modern "Arkansas traveler" Uio retiring member from the second congres sional district. "Something tangible and handsome" is tbo euphemism lor a bilbo now In vogue. It is, of course, n New York Invention. apparent, but under tbo constitution us It standi, tbo only remedy wouiu seem 10 ue by resolution. Who Is to decide in caso of contested election? JNo one. a wo states were, practically, disfranchised In 1872, n'slmllar cou...

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 November 1874

TILE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28, 187' lie Suttnnfl guity (Btoto. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1874. Snlibnm scrvicu. advent CHcncn. Elder II. K, Flagg will preach In the Advent church ou Sun day, at 1:30 and T:00 p. m. Prayer and confer ence meeting at 10:45 a. in., Sunday school at 17:00 m. Seats free. , lurTisT. Ilev. K. Mills, Pastor: Services at 10.45 a. m. andT.oo p. tn. Sabbath school at Urn. Catholic ltev. Charles Boylon, l'astor j Scr vlcesnt 8.00 andlo.son.ra., nnd t.oop.m. FnENcn catholic Tho Sunday services at this church, on Lincoln avenue, will bo held to morrow at ll.oo a. m., and Vespers and Bcnedlc tlonat8p. m. ... . cosaiiEUATiONAt. Uev. 3. o. Johnson.rastor. Ilev. Franklin Tuxbury.ot Urandon.will preach, services at 10.45 a. m. nnd 7.30 p. m. I'raycr meetings on Thursday and Saturday evenings at g.oo. KnscorAL. Ilov. W. J. Harris, J) D., Hector; Horning I'raycr with Sermon at 10.80 0. m. sun day School Immediately atler morning service, livening Tr...

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 November 1874

THE RUTLAND', DAILY GLOBE SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 28, 1874. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF T11AINH. TOADIS ARRIVE AT RUTLAND. From Mellows Falls, 1:30 A (8:80 a. tn., '2:05 4 t8:83 P. in ' Burlington U:3S 4 U:30 a. m., 1:00 1 1:80 Tlco'nderoga, ll:30a. tn. " Bennington, 12:00 m., t4:W 4 '9:35 p. tn. " Saratoga, '12:00 m :15 p. m. Salem, 1:40 4 tll:lo a. m., 14:30 & '9.00 p.tn TRAINS LEAVE RUTLAND. For Bellows Falls, U:41 4 H:30 a. m., '18:00 m., 4 t3:30 p. tn. " Burltngton,l:83 4 t:10 a. tn 3:10 4 4:66 p,in. ' Tlconderoga, 4:66 p. m. Bennington,'6:30 a. m., l.to 4 12:10 p. in. Saratoga, 6:00 and 9:30 a. m., & "8:00 p. m. 3 ilcm, 1:40, 9:60, 4 16:10 a. m., 16:15 p. tn. Mall Train tMlxod l'ost Olflco. MAILS CLOSE, llailem Extension way, 12.to and 9.45 p. tn. Hasten, way, 11.40 a. in. Troy way, 8.40 n. m., and 12.60 p. in. Troy, 9.40 ft. in., 12.60, 3.40 and v.45 p. tn. lbany, 9.40 a. in., U.co, B.4D and 9.49 p. in Boston, 11.40 a, m., and 9.4.1 p. in, Canadas, 1.16 p. ni. Northern...

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. — 30 November 1874

Swto PUTT. A NT). VT.. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 80, 1874. FR10E THREE ' CENTS. villi I I 1 i v ; . . - 1 Site, mrtfis. RUTLAND MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Manufacturers and wholcsalo dealers In VOOI) AND CHAIN SEAT CHAinS, BED STEADS AND CIIAlIt STOCK. Corner of West and Forest Sts, RUTLAND, VT. L. Atwoop, Agt. O. 0. Itcooijui, Treas. mayldty. TH03. ROSS. LINCOLN IRON WORKS. MorbloMlll and Holstlnff Machine of the most improved constriction. Derricks and pumping machinery, castings and general ma chine work. . ,.,,,.,,, Htccianu iron hiiu .......m..... ltutland, Vt., May 1, 1878. mayldtt A. II. II AW LEY, COSTlUCTOn ASD PRACTICAL SLATER, IIUTI.AND VERMONT. Ho Is proparca to do all work promptly and well. Orders can bo loft at J. E. Glynn's storo on Merchants' ltow, or at tho Bardwclt House. Jteferencet rtockwood Barrett, Rutland : L. M. Mason, President of First National Bank, De troit, Michigan s lion. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga Sprlws mayldtt MANVILLE, HALL & CO., WHITEHALL, - - - NEW ...

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. — 30 November 1874

THE RTJTLAJS'D DAILY GLOBE MONDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 30, 187-J. MONDAY, NOVEMBER CO, 1874. nuil lit ADVAscr. j4T-Oa month, TUre Months, Six monca ona year aiuly Threo inoihs Six montus ono year Jkditress (JLOBK FAPBU CO, 73 on 4 00 8 00 75 11 23 ? w Uutland, Vt. ciRCDianoN. ran avaree dally clroulatlon ot Uailt globe, g tu parlodi nataod bolow , was as follows . TesK ending Au;.3,ls;i, sos. Aug.l.isfj liro i , " 10iO. " 8. " isoo i a " 10 812. " 15, " " " " a, " 833. " 21, " 1230 ' " " IJ, " 1130. " 89, " Sep. o, " wo. Sep. c, " II, ' OJJ. ' U, 1311 mt 100) who truuu tii iico;vsiitA'ro us? Days nod wicka drasgod their slow length nlous whllo ft Washlngtou court and jury wore engaged in one nf the moat rc- aaarkabla criminal trials wliieii over oc curred In thl country. A not unexpected, but still unsatisfactory result was reached, Friday, by the disagreement of tho jury. Whother there will be another trial of the alleged" consplraton in tho "Washington tato burHl.iry," is t icsllmnblc...

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. — 30 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER BO, 1874. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1874. Wenlhcr ITolmlillltli. WAH DKPAtlTMKHT, ) OfnCR OF THK CIIHSK SIGNAL OFFICER. Wasui.voto), Novsmbor 28 8 p. m. ) Probahlllllc9 for New England nnil tlio middle states clear or clearing and colder woathfr, with north or west wluds and ris ing barometer. I'oitnon mill' lit. Owing to a misunderstanding between Dr. Lord and tlio lccturo commlttco tho first leaturc will not bo given till next Frl ity svsuing, December 4th. SC. Andraw'i Dny, To-day, St. Andrew's day, lias been set apart Id tlio church of England and tlio Protestant Episcopal church In this couh try for special Intercession In behalf of missions. Thcro will bo divine service la Trinity church at 10:45 a. m. I. OCA I, SIIUXVIOX. Kllllngton Lodge, No. 29, 1. 10. 0. It meU this (Monday) evening, at 7.30 o'clock, at Odd Fellows Hall, Globe block. Col. Georgo A. Merrill, superintendent of the Passumpslc railroad, spent Thanks giving day In tow...

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. — 30 November 1874

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE MONDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 30, 1874. Concludtd from First Page." better gooJi than their In material, cheap ness, etc. "Why do not merchanti, and maiters of slate quarries do the same? They might very properly and clearly show and note buildings that have held slates; not for twenty years like shingles, hut for twenty times twenty years, and those slates do not to-day show the least decay, nor any likelihood to decay for four hundred years again. Whoever goei to the beginning of Eryrl's mountainous chain, near Conwy, may see upon tlio roof of the old church at Llnuge lymen, thick 'grayish bluo slates, nnsquarc ly trimmed that havo been n roof for tho old church lor about flvo hundred years, according to the judgment of thoso who are proper and fit to judge. The diminu tive old quarry from which they were quar ried Is, (according to every token, ns the color of tho slato rock, tho quality ot tho material, etc.,) Is close by tho church yard wall. Tho unsightly sla...

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