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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 29 July 1873

VOL. I....NO. 70. She Erartcjs. O. T. O It O 8 S, Manufacturer o( and Dealer In FINISHING LITMBKR, SHINflLKS, LATH, CLAPBOARDS, AND RPHUC'K LUMBER, DOORS, HASH, BLINDS, MOULD INCIS, DHACKKTH. WIN DOW l'ltAMKS & CASINOS. Seroll Sawing of nil kinds I'lanlnff, .Matching nnil (Hazing done, to order. Yard and Mill Cor ner ot Union and Furnace Streets, near Freight Depot, Ilutland. Vt, Mayld&wSm. I7 n. meriuam's perfict fit Li TINQ SllIItTS. What they say ot them . "I never had any shirts that fitted mo ro well as those made by you." 1). II. 11UKT. "Tho shirts aro received, and lit not like a shirt on n bean pole, but Just right." J. COBU, MIddlebury. "The llrst shirts I ever had that suited me. The lit Is perfect In ever respect." Je27dly II. W. MARSHALL. CURTAIN CORNICES OP BLACK Walnut, or all OUt, made to order. Cur tain Kings, Tassels and Cords. DKAHBOHN'S SHOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK andMantlo Shelves made to order, with Plain or Moulded edges. BRACKETS sawed In different style...

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. — 29 July 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1878. TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1870. TERMS IM ADVANCK, Daily Per month.. Threo montlis Six months one year Weekly Threo months. six months unci year Address (1I.01IK PAPEIl CO., 70 tl M .1 on 8 00 75 8 I. ! W Hutland, Vt. If Boston would not expend large stuns of money In tlio purchaso of Arc works, with which to celebrate the Fourth of July mid, perchance, burn up the city, she la moving In the right direction toward nf fordlng nmusemcnts and recreation for the lalioring classes In her midst. A commit tee of the common council have provided for a Bcrles of twenty open nlr concerts, the llrst of which wasglvcnbylheGcrmanla band, on the common, Saturday evening. Wo prcsumo that there will bo growlers at tho'cxpense, but the money will be well Invested and the result must prove bcncfl clal. The New York board of underwriters are making determined war against Mansard roofs. They have decided that, after the first of January next, with the exc...

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. — 29 July 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1873. hc gtuttnml gniU, $Mc. TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1S7U. Aintiv.u, and iidi'ahthik ok trains. TitAISS A1II1IVK AT IIUTI.ANP. From Bellows Falls, l:4il & t9:2J a. in., '2:20 ,t tS:M p. in. " Biiilliigtuuniio&'lltfln.ln., I2:NI AtliOO n. m. " t'ot t Henry, '11:31 n. in " Bennington, tl2:0S p. in., 10:20 X ":2Sp. in. " Saratoga, '11:15 n. in., 9:0l p.m. " S.ilcm, 1:40 K t8:30 n. in., t8:40 i 4:U p. ui. TIIA1NS I.KAY K HUTI.ANI). For Bellows Falls, 12:50 i;t4:30 a. m.,'lS:10if6:00 p. in. Burlington, 1:43 Jfc 15:10 n. m. 1:30 4 6:05 p. in. l'oi t Henry, r,:05 p.m. Honnlliffton, t3:00 A D:30 n. In., & 11:13 p. in. nuruiuKii, o:uu u. in., ,v m. .salem, 2:10 x t:oo a. m., i:oo is t5:001). ui. .-uau Train tMlxed. l'UKt ftlC. MAILS CLOSE. Hiirlem Extension way, 9.05 n. m., and l.oo p. in. K.i9lern way, 11.40 a. m. Troy way, 11.40 p. m. Troy, 11.40 11. in., o.so p. in., and 9.30 p. m. Albany, 11.40 p. m., 8.30 p. in., 'and 9.30 p. m. 1...

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. — 29 July 1873

D THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MOHNINGr, JULY 20, 1873. niir.s ox i.oxcj isr.ANn. Umber l.nnil HmcIIIiiks Con- suiiicil An I'.nllre llnmlet Sui-pl Away Tho apprehensions, from the experience of former years, that the long-continued drought at tho enst cml of Long Islaml would result hi disastrous conflagrations In the great wooded tracts, have been well founded. Tho fanners have been watch ful of late, and In several nelghboi hoods patrols havo been organized to guard against possible conflagrations. llctwecn Fariiilngdnlo and Rlvcrhcnd, on the Long Island railroad, and south to tho places traversed by the SouthsUlo railroad from Habylon to Patchoguc, is an extensive tract of uliio land, known as tho Wild district, nnd belonging originally to a grant known as the old Cornell Patent. '1 ms region mis been frequently devastated by lire, and Is now being visited by fires almost equal in extent and dcstriictlvcncss to those of former years, and the whole available force of tho Inhab...

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 July 1873

Mart if i VOL. -1....N0. 77. RUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1873. PRICE THREE CENTS. She Snulrjs. O. T. C H O H S, Manufacturer ot and Dealer In FIN1SIIINO ' UIMIIKH, FHINOLKS, I.ATH, CI.AI'nOAlU)S, AND RIM1UOK I.lTMtlKK, lKlOHS.SASH, HT.INDS, MOlTl.ll. lNl.S, 1111ACKICTS, WIN- liuv, rilA.M.r t CASINOS. .scroll Sawing of all kinds, lMnntntr, Matching and (Hazing done, to order. Yard nnd Mill Cor ner of rnlon and Furnace Streets, near Freight neiioi, iiiiiiauu, 1 1. .nayiu&wsni T7 N. MEKIUAM'S l'EHFICT FIT- JLU . TINO SHIRTS. What they say of them . "I nover had any shirts that fitted mo no well ns tnoso made uy yon." u. 11. nuilT. "The shirts are received, and fit not like a sniri on a oenn iwie, dui jus- nam.." J. conif, Mlddlcbury. "The first shirts I ever had that suited mo. 'i ne ni n pcneci in ever respect." Je2Tdly 11. W. MARSHALL. nUHTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK J Walnut, or all Ollt, made to order. Cur tain Kings, Tassels and cords. DUAHIIOHN'3 CJHOW CASES, COHNEH, ...

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 July 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1873, WEDNESDAY, JULY 80, 1873. TitMS IN ADVANCE. BAU-Y-Per month.... M J Three months J "ji six months go WKKtY-Tliroe months js Six months ft J one year ... M Address GLOBE I'Al'KU CO., ltutland, , t. The effect of competition is already seen In freights between New York and the west. Tlio New York Central, Eric nml the Pennsylvania Central railroad compn- nles liavo already reduced their rates from turxntv-flvn to thlrtv.thrcc per cent. This 19 practical, ns well as encouragiug. We fear that Senator llamscy and his fellow Mlnncsotlans will find their errand to Washington n bootless one. They pro pose to endeavor to influence tho President to Interfere In favor of the Fort Garry prisoners. As tho men were arresicu, new for trial and committed under British law, and In ncconlanco with the forms of law, It Is difficult to sco what the President has to do with the proceeding In uny way. The fun'rnl of the late Chief Justice Chapman...

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 July 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1878. (She gtutliuut guilt) GMobc. WEDNESDAY, JULY 0, 187.'). AlllllVAL AMI DEPARTURE OK TRAINS. TRAINS ARRIVK AT RUTLAND. From Hollows Falls, UM 19:20 a. ui., '2:20 ts:35 p. in. " Burlington 12:40 A"tl:32o. in., 12:50 tl:00 P. m. " Port Henry, "11:32 a. ni " Bennington, t12:03 p. in., 18:20 A 'MS p. in. " Saratoga, 11:4.1 n. m., :M p. in. " Salem, 1:40 ts:30 n. m t3:40 '4:M p. m. TRAINS I.KAVK RUTLAND. For Bellows Falls, 1S:R0 t4:30a. m., '12:19 ti 16:00 p. m. " Burlington, 1:43 t5:40 a.m., !:30 6:05 p. m. " Tort Henry, Bins p. in. " Bennington, 13:00 '11:30 n. in., ft 12:23 p. In. " Saratogn, t:no n. in., ft '3:50 p. in. " Salem, 2:10 ft 19:00 a. m '1:00 ft t5:00 n. in. Mall Train tJllxcd. I'OMl OlflCO. MAILS CLOSK. Harlem Extension way, 9.05 n. m., and 2.00 p. tn. Eastern way, 11.40 a. in. i iuv wuy, ix.u ii. in. Troy, 12.40 p. m., 3.30 p. m., and 9.30 p. in. Albany, 1S.40 p. m., 8.30 p. m., and 9.30 p. rroy way, iz.w p. in. in...

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 July 1873

Written for tho Globe. Dependence of Anlntnl npoii Vegw tnblof.lfc, Ko IV. The vegetable world furnishes us with nil our fuel. Not only la the wood which wc hum n vcgctablo product,but nlso every form of conl. Tho mighty forests of the curly ages, one growth nftcr another, were collected and butlcd by floods, nnd up heaved on the-earth's surface, then changed to coal by slow decomposition. Thus fuel In various forms has been pro vided for our uso and comfort. On lliis fuel wo arc dependent for warmth and In tho useful arts. Let ns gather around the old lire place- not a coal stove some winter night when the mercury In tho thermometer "curls up" and "creeps way dow n" below zero, and the storm rages without ; It will boa favor ahlo time to consider the comfort and blessing of a good fire. How much of llfo nnd fancy there Is In that sparkling heap of burning wood ! How the genial warmth and fantnstlc Haines minister to ljodily comfort, wnken tho lietter thoughts, and faslnalo tho soul...

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. — 31 July 1873

,'; Ifje Rutland la - VOL. I....NO. 78. RUTLAND, VT., TKUKSDAY MORNING. JUIA" 3l7 1871 m Jt jr ten Jr ma J NC: l)i T. C It O H S, Manufacturer of and Dealer In K,Ni,.,'i.!,'..JikMnE1.1' N'N'''KS. I-ATII, ....... ,.irii,.-, .w r,riu LdAlUMI, IKKIliH.HAHII, IIMNHSt, MOl'I.l). I.NIIN, IIHACKKTS), WIN HOW FRAMES X CAHINHS. Scroll Hawing of nil kinds, Planing, Matching mid (llnzlng done to order. Vnnl nntl Mill Cor ner of Union nnil Furnace Streets, near Freight J? N. MHItHIAM'S PKRFICT FIT li. TINd SHIRTS. Wliat they any of them "I hever hail any shirts that tilted mo so well ns those made by you." H. i. nuitT. "The shirts are received, and lit not like a mint uuu ui-uil iwie, out. just ngni," J. COHI1. Mlddloburv. ''The tlrst shirts I ever had that suited mo, iiiv-111 13 iv(ii-Li nt over respect." JcMtlly 11. w. MARSHALL. pUHTAIN CORNICES OK BLACK v- aiinii,orniiuur,mauo to order. Cur nun jiiiik, lussuis uuu torus. llKAlWORN'S SHOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK and Manila Shelves made, to order...

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. — 31 July 1873

THE RUTLAND -DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 131, 1873. Wit gutfand gMty fltofa. THUHBDAY, JULY 81, 1873. TKBM3 IM ADVANCK. Dutr-Pcr month... W Three months f o,i six months 4 o ono year 8 no Wihlt Throo months 75 Six months JIM uno year " M Address OL011K l'Al'Elt CO., Itutlund, Vt. What Is tho situation of the Into Senator Pomcroy now? It will bo remembered that l'omcroy claimed that lie handed tho Bcvcn thousand dollars to York, not as a bribe, but to lw given to one John Q. Page to aid In establishing n bank, and that l'ngo commenced a suit for tho recovery of the money. The case camp on for trial at Tope ka, Tuesday, when Page abandoned Its prosecution, paying his own mid defend ant's costs. It Is n pity l'omcroy couldn't find a letter Drew. The question Is often asked what will bo done with the money received from Great Uritain under tho Geneva award, prior to the passage of a law providing for its dis tribution. Tho law Is explicit upon this mibjcct, and provides that It ...

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. — 31 July 1873

TIIE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TITUKSDAY MOHN1NG. JULY 81. 187:. 8hr $uttoml gaily (Slobc. THl'liSDAY, JULY 31, 1873. AlllllVAl, AM) IlKI'AllTI'IlK OF THAINS. TltAINS AHIIIVK AT IICTLANIl. From llelluvvs Fulls, IMD tff:S" u. In., "8:80 & ts:3r. p. m. " Hiirllnijtun l2:4il.v.Mt'32n. m., 12:ft0 fc tT:Oii P. la. " I'orl Henry, '11:81 a. in " llennlngtoii, turns p. in., 19:20 Sc 'v.'a p. in. " Snrato.t, MIHS n, ni 9:W p. m. " Salem, 1:40 Ic t9::w u. m., t3:40 Ac "4:65 p. in. TltAINS LEAVE RUTLAND. For Hollows Valid, 1S:M it t4:30n. in., '14:10 A tis:oo p. in. " llurllngtoii, 1:13 & tr:40n, m., '2:30 B:()5p. in. " loi t Henry, Mm p. in. " llennlngtoii, tS:(M & ':30 n. In., & t2:2S p. in. " Saratoga, issio a. in., & "3:fto p. in. " Salem. 2:10 K 19:(ki a. in., 'l:t) X 1ft:oo p. in, Mall Train t.Mlxcil. I'ost oriire. MAILS CLOSI'. Hurlcm Kxtcnslon way, .os n. m., and n.oo p. m. Hastcni wnv", 11,40 n. in. Troy way, 12.40 p. in. Troy, U.40 p. in., 3.30 p. in., ami .w p. m. AUu...

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. — 31 July 1873

T1IE RUTLAND DAILY GLOWS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1873. Mqlior fcntv Items. At llurllngton on Saturday, Clmtlcs Molonougli was brought up for selling II quor, Second offence, and the caso con tinued. Austin 0111 of St. Ocorgo and Orlando Kubler of Chicago were fined $5 each and costs for Intoxication, by Justice Hollen heck at Burlington on Saturday. GUI paid up and Kubler falling to pay was remand ed to jail. The following Is an extract from an ar ticle In Mao Mullans (London) Mngazlno entitled "An Kngllshman In Vermont i" Tim temneranco laws of the State of Vormnnl am vorv strlmront. and nro there' fore universally evaded. The public- sale of liquor Is a crime and the crlmo Is com mitted everywhere. Tliero is a bar, hut lm niil.llo 1 nnlv In annearanco barred out. Tho liquor Is frequently sold In n private room In which lie who drinks Is locked in i or you follow tho landlord Into 1,1. nn nnMlllil. nml tako VOUr ll.UtV gulp in a half guilty fashion without a word or question. T...

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. — 1 August 1873

1M (bkbt Kntlani ; r,- " " " " RUTLAND, "vT "FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1878. PRICE THREE CENTS. Villi. ...ll. 751. ' ' . : rs , ; hc maris."" I SRotrtj an Sininfl Sooms. Blfcfdlmteouis. shouwuj "1 &-mui, '- " ... ' ' ".. Vr n -ir HIVMV r. I r Q rillTl) . CTttldnlllllMtl IiivIik ni'llipVI'li ' A''' (). T. IMIOH S, Manufacturer of and Denier In FINISHING Ll'MllF.It, SltlNOI.KS, I.ATir, ('LAPnoAltllS, ANnSPItl'CK U'MllUtt, l)0(l(S,SASIl, ltLINDS, MOULD I.NflS, WtACKUTS, WIN DOW ''KAMI'S X CASINdS. Seralt Rawing of nil kinds Planing, Matching and Mazing done lo order. nrd nnd Mill Cor ner of I'nlon nnd l'urnnco Streets, near Freight Depot, Itutland, Vt. MayldAwSiu. 171 N. MEKHIAM'S PEHFICT FIT lit TINO SIIIHTS. Wlint they say ot them. "I never had nny shirts that titled me ho well as those made by you." II. II. HUKT. "The shirts nre received, nnd lit not liken shirt on a bean polo, but Just right." .1. COlllF, Mlddlclmry, "The llrst shirts I ever had thnt suited me. The tit Is perfe...

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. — 1 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1873. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1870. TERMS IN ADVANCE. luii.v 1'erinonlli '5 Thrco montha V on six months ) one year 8 o Wkehi.v Tlirco months JS Six months (IB One, year .2 &o Address QL011E l'Al'Ell CO., Rutland, Vt. Qcncial Butler shows how much he hates newspapers, because Ihey will not pander to ltts ambition, but persist in seeing him ns he is, by writing to the New York Graphic that the success ot their undertaking crossing tho Atlantic In a balloon- -"will bo more to show that the Invention In the art of printing was a benefit to mankind than has been done by all the newspapers of the country sluco the foundation of tho govern ment," Alas, poor liittler ! The new party movement was Inaiigura ted at Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday, by the adoption of a series of resolutions, ami tho nomination of a full state ticket, headed by Isaac C. Collins for governor. The reso lutions, in the main, are well enough, ns such lcsnhitions always arc...

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. — 1 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, Fill DAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1873. hc Jutland gaily (ftlotic. FRIDAY, Al'CU'ST 1, 187:). AUIIIVAI. AMI ItKI'AilTrilK OF TltUNI. TIlAINS AWIIV'K AT HCTI.ANH. l'rum IIoIIowh Falls, I:4ii A li n. ii.f ts;35p. in. " lltirlliigton 12:40 X "11:32 n. m 12:M X t7:oo i. in. " I'ort llonry, MIMi n. In " licimitigioii, m:os p. m.,lS:ao x 'wap. hi. " Siirnlotru, "IIM.io.in., :0 p.m. " Salem, l!40 n tS:30 a. in., t3:lll i- '4:55 p. tn. TIlAINS I.KVVR Kl'TI.ANII. For llcllows Falls, 12:50 A" I4:3iia. in., M2:in,v I5:iiu p. in. Hurling! un, 1:43 t5:4nn. in., 2:3d tens p. in. I'oit Henry, 5:05 p. in. llentilngtoti, 13:1m X 'f.m n. in., X t2:5 p. in. Saratoga, 5:00 a. in., A ".1:5(1 p. in. Salem, if:l It n-.nn n. in., "linn A (MM p. in. Moll Train tMlxeil. root oificc MAILS CI.OSK. Harlem Extension way, f.oiv n. m., nml S.iw p. tn. Hnstcrti way, H.4U ! '" Trov wnv. 12.40 p. in. Troy, 12.40 p. in., 8.30 p. in., nml 9.5i) p. in, Albany, 12.40 p. in., 3.01) p. in., nun can I p. ...

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. — 1 August 1873

T1TE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, . 3873. A Mlcrnry Sciimtloii. "rm: MvsTi:tir of unwi.s itnoon it cr.Aiu:ii cosii'tr.ini) somi: accoint or nir. Vermont medium mnoruit whom it IS SAID TO ItAVIJ nr.r.N done a I't'iuors htohv "iomctiuno or tiii: noon iTsr.i.r. Tlio storylwliiclt Charles Dickens, dying, left unfinished, has been completed nil Imt a chapter or two, nnd tlio mystery of tlio novel of "Tho Mystery of Edwin Drood" u likely to bo more of a mystery than tho mystery of Edwin Drood itelf. During I lie past six -months various paragraphs have appeared in the newspaper to the effect that a "incillum" In Dratllcboro, Vt., claiming lo bo "inlUtcnceil" by tho spirit of the great author, was engaged up on tho worlr. Vow, however, except, pos sibly, some among tlic believers in spiritual ism, gavo any thought lo tlio matter; but now, atlcr a lew more pages of manuscript have-been written, n : book of twenty chap ters la to be published as the second vol ume of "The 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 August 1873

RUTLAND, VT., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1873. V01V-1....NO. 80. PRICE THREE CENTS. 0. T. CUBS S, Manufacturer of and Dealer In I'lNlSIIINd LU.SlllUH, SHINOI.KS, LATH, I'LAl'tlOAHRS, ANDSPRUCi: LUMIIKR, ROOKS, SASH, Ill.INDS, MOltMI. INGS, MtACKliTN, WIN NOW FRAMES A CASINOS. Scroll Sawing of all kinds Planlwf, Matching mid Ohulng dono to order. Ynrd nnd Mill Cor ner or Union nnd Furnace Streets, near Freight Depot, ltulland, Vt. MnyldSw3in. IT N. MKItHIAM'S FEUFICT FIT li TING SHIRTS. What they say of them. "I never had any shirts that fitted me ho well as thoso mado by you." II. II. HURT. "Tho shirts are received, nnd lit not like a shirt ona bean pole, but Just right." T, t'onir, Mlddlcbury. "The rlrst shirts I ever had that suited me. The lit Is perfect In ever respect." JeSTdty II. W. MARSHALL. CUHTA1N COltNICES OF 1ILACK Walnut, or all (flit, mado to order, etir taln Rings, Tassels and Cords. llHAllIiOItN'8 SHOW CASKS, COHNEU, CLOCK and Mantle Shelves made to order, with Plai...

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 August 1873

SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1878. TI3X3 IN ADVANCE. piitr Per month ts Three months. $1 o six months 4 oo one year a oo Vftttir Three months,. Ts Six months JIM one year iw Address GLOBS l'AlVEU CO., ltutland, Vt. The latest Intelligence from Vice-President WUson la that bis health Is steadily Improving, and that his attending and ron Bulling physicians express tho most confi dent hopes of his ultimate recovery. We are Informed that "Attorney General George C. Bates of Utah has n very poor opinion of the federal judges In that terri tory." If every one knew George C. Bates as well as we know him, and understood his Btandlng In those parts of the west where he has longest resided, they would have a "very poor opinion" of him, nnd wouldn't roro what he thought. A dispatch from Washington announces that Hon. Gcorgo I. Marsh, United States Minister to Italy, lias transmitted to tho Secretary of State a letter from the Italian minister of foreign affairs, acknowledging tho receipt and delivery 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. — 2 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1873. he gtutlnml gaily 6tok. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 187H. AIHIIVAL AMI DKIMIITI IIK OP TILUNS. THAI.SS AHHIVK AT NUTUNP. From Hollows Falls, 1:40 ft t0:20 n. m., '2:20 & IS:3.l p. in. " Burlington 12:10 &M1:Si n. m 12:60 A- t7:0) p. in. " Port Henry, "11:32 n. in " Ilennlngton, tlJ:03 p. m., 18:20 A; '8:25 p. in. " Saratoga, "IMS a. m., 0:ot p. in. " Salem, 1:40 t9:30 a. in., t3:40 1; 4:K p. in. TKAINS LEAVE KCTI.ASI). For llellows l-'alls,12:60A;t4:30a.m.,,12:t0A;tr:00 p. in. " liiirllngton, 1H3 A; t6:40 a. m., "2:30 A; 6:05 p. in. " Port Henry, r.:0.-,p. in. " llennlngton, t3:0o :3i a. m., Sc t2:23 p. m. " Saratoga, 6:00 a. m., Ic '3:50 p. m. " Salem, 2:10 K t0:oo n. m l:oo a; tis:x p. m. Mall Train t.Mlxeif. inisi oiricf! mails close. Harlem Eitcnston way, O.os a. in., ami 2.00 p. m. Kaslorn way, 11.40 n. in. Troy way, 12.40 p. m. Troy, 12.40 p. in., 3.30 p. in., and 9.30 p. m. Albany, 12.40 p. in., 3.80 p. in., and 9.80 ...

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 August 1873

TIIE ItUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1878. POOlt BECK nAssrr. Poor Beck Basset I No otio ever culled 'her Rebecca, though that was her title, of right, I think, but, she hardly knew It herself. At least, If you ever took the the trouble to ask her name, "Beck Bas set," the answer would come gnillly enough. No one loved her, nor one cared for her. She might have had sonic ono to love and care for her too, If her mother had lived, but Beck's mother died when Beck was a baby. Poor thing 1 sho died broken hearted and discouraged, and left her one little ono alone, or worso than alone, for Beck's father loved the village Inn, nnd his whiskey both better than he loved any- first sight which met her eyes at she turned the comer of the school house, In an angle of tho yard was an Imago dressed In an old fuded, ragged gown, with n mass of tan gled hoiso hair, falling down thoback from under her uiihbonnct. A placard upon the figure, In largo printed characters boro the word...

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