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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 4 August 1873

JMam (mbt RUTLAND, VT., MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1873 PRICE THREE CENTS. VOL. I....NO. 81. iUUroarts. V KHMONT CENTRAL AND HUT- UNll RAILROADS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. On and nflor Monday, June !d, 1S73, trains will ran os follows, (Sundays excepted) ! OOtXll SOCTII ANIl KAST. Lcaie Rutland lit 12:ni and 4:30 n. in., nnd 12:10 and r:00 p. in. MAIL. Leave Ogdensburg at 6:10 p. m., St. Albans nt 0:20 a. in., Burlington at. 8:10 a, m., Port Henry at 7:15 a. m., Kutland ut 12:10 p. in., Mellows Falls nt S:30 p. in., arriving at New Lon don at 0:Jii p. m connect ins with steamer for New York. NEW YORK KXI'ItEHS. Leaves St Albans at 9:00 a. m.. Burlington 10:2(1 a. in., arriving In Kutland at 12:50 p. m. mGHT EXPRESS. Leaves Ogdensburgnt12:. 3d p.m., Flattsburg 8:30 p.m., .Montreal 8:30 p.m., St, Johns 4:.v) p. in., St. Albans 7:20 p. m., llur llngton 9:10 p. m., Rutland 12:50 a. m llellows Falls, 3:23 a. m., arriving at New London at 11:1s a. m. MIXKD TRAIN. Leaves Burlington nt S:00 p. m., ar...

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. — 4 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST A, 1873. JIONDAY," AUGUST 4, 1873. TERMS IN ADVANCE. luav-Per month.. J8 Tlirco months ' i six months 4 w ono year 8 no Wf.fki.y-Throo months n Mix months l 2-' One year 8 to Address GLOBE PAl'KIt CO., ItuMand, t. Boston has followed tlio lead or New York In the war ngnlnst Mansard roofs, nnd they must coino down or Hie owners of the buildings will be compelled to pay more, In the course oC two or tlirco years, for extra rates of insurance, than It would cost to replace the Manmids with flic proof roofs. The price of wheat, corn, etc., Is not governed hy freights alone. A "corner" In wheat, at Chicago, last week, sent the price up to ono dollar and fifty cents n bushel. When the victims had been mill- cicntly ilecccd, it milctly dropped to a dollar and nineteen cents. Why don't some one get up a political party against corners ? The public debt statement for July (."hows a decrease of only a little over unco nun died nnd seventy thousa...

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. — 4 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1873 hc Jutland )Uy 6tobe. MONDAY, AUGUST A, 1873. ARRIVAL AND liKr.MI1 I'RK OF TRAINS. THAWS ARRtVK AT RUTLAND. From Hp lions Falls, 1:40 & t9:20 a. in., '2:20 A 19:35 p. m. . " Burlington 19:40 i '11:32 o. in., 12:50 17:00 p. in. " Port Henrv. M1:32 o. in " Bennington, tl!:os p. tn., 19:20 '9:2.1 p, in. " Saratoga. 11:45 n. in.. 9:00 i. in. " Salem, 1:40 t9:3i a. in., t3:40 Sc '4:55 p. in. TRAINS LEAVE RUTLAND. For Bellows Falls, 12:50 & t4:30u. in., M2:10 tis:00 ii. in. " Burlington, 1:43 & 15:40 a. in., S:3o 6:05 p. in. " l'ort Henry. :05 n. m. " Bennington, 13:00 & '9:30 a. in., A t2:25 p. in. naraioga, noo n. m., :i p. m. " Salem, 8:10 X 19:00 a. la., M:oo & ts:oo p. ui Mall Train t.Mlxed. runt oriicc. MAILS CLOSE. Harlem Extension way, 9.05 n. m., nnd 2.00 p. tn. Hasteni way, 11.40 n. in. Troy way, 1J.40 p. m. Troy, u.40 p. m., s.so p. m and 9.30 p. in. Albany, 19.40 p. m., B.So p. in., nnd 9.30 p. in, Bos...

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. — 4 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1878. STATU I'AIIC. Premium mi C'nltlc. HERD PREMIUMS. TIlOBOCflll MIEO SHOUT HOllNS. For best herd, tsn Tlio herd shall consist ot ono bull, not under one year old, inreo miicn cows, one neuci, under two years old, two yearling heifers, bull calf, and ono heifer calf. , not i, ono t and hulk. tho ncru musi. uo nu ui unu uh.i--.iiii. owned by exhibitor. Bclnir present as a herd ii-lll nnt t.rnirntit tliolr fP.iinPtlni? Ill DtllCr classes, Herd book pcdlgroo required. Jcpoes. C. lloraco Hubbard, Springfield; Augustus (I, Clark, Manchester ; Daniel C. olll, Springfield. AvnamtiEs. The same rules govern as In thorough-bred short Horns, Herd uook poiuxiii- h-i- devons. For best herd, , I'orfeccond best herd, i!,0 00 25 on Ai.uunNr.v on MRY ask hi'tch, Tor best herd, ' j Tor second best herd. 2fl 011 The samo rules govern as In other classes, ii,.-.! twit nodiirreo renulrcd. .h-does. Henry lloynton, Woodstock; Henry chase, Lyndon ; Frede...

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. — 5 August 1873

he (mht J. ( RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1873. PRICE THREE CENTS. VOL. 1....NO. 82. Snitraail V 'EHMONT CENTRAL AND HUT. LAND HAILltOADS. RUMMKIt AllltANOKMUNT. On ana after Monday, Juno 2d, 18T3, trains will run as follows, (Sundays excepted) s flOIKd SOUTH AND KAST. Leave Hutlond nt 18:M and 4:30 a. in., anillS:10 and t.110 p. ni. MAIL. Leave Ogdensburg nt 0:10 p. in., St, Albans at 0:20 n. in., Burlington nt 8:10 n. m., l'orl Henry nt Tiinn. m., liutlnnrt nt l!:10p. in., Ilcllows Fulls nt B:30 p. in., arriving nt New Lon don nt:30 p. in., connecting with steamer for New Vork. NEW YOI1K KXritESS. Leaves St Albans nt 9:00 a. in., Burlington 10-.su u. m., arriving In Uutlnud ntlS:C0p. in. N1011T HXPItESS. Leaves Ogdensburg at 18: 35 p.m., Iinttsburg s:Su p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m., Ht. .lolins 4:.w p. In., St. Albans 7:20 p. in., Bur lington 9:10 p. in., Itutland 2-.m a. in., Hollows Kails, 3:25 n. in., arriving at New London at 11:15 a. in. MIXED TI1A1N. Leaves Burlingto...

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. — 5 August 1873

THE ltUTLAND DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 5, 1873. TUESDAyTaUGUST 5, 1873. terms in abvakck. Uaii.v Per month IB Tlirco months t4 0.) six months. 4 oo Ono year 8 00 Weekly Threo months...,, 7fl Six months tl s' one year 2 W) Address GLOBE PAPER CO., Rutland, Vt. It Is stated that some nix thousand build lugs In New Orleans bear n sign, Indicating that they arc cither for rent or sale. Could the effect of unsettled politics he moro strikingly displayed 1 Senator Ramsey has been compelled to return to Minnesota with tho simple assur ance that tho government would intcrposo Its "goodofllcc" In behalf of tho Fort Garry prisoners. If the Senator has been as conversant with International law as he is with back pay legislation, ho would have liecn possessed of this Information without the trouble of a journey to Washington to obtain li lt Is said that the New York dcinocarts -what there arc left of them nil decline the Invitatton of John Cochrane and others, pretending to represent ...

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. — 5 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1873. Tl'KSDAY, AUOUST fl, 18711. AIIIMVAL AM) IIKlMim ilK OF TIlAlXK, TRAINS ARRIVE AT ROTUND. From Hollows Vails, tun A- 19:20 n. m '2:20 & Ta;j.- ii. ni. " llurllngton 12! M A "11:32 n. in., 12:50 & tl:0fl p. in. " Port Honrr. '11:32 n. in " Bennington, tl2:(i8 p. m., 13:29 9:2.1 p. in. " Saratoga. 1I:4S a. in.. 9:00 ii- m. " Salem, 1UD t8:30 a. m t3:40 M:M p. m TRAtNS LEAVE ItUTLAND. For Bellows Falls. 12:50 A t4:30n.m ..MSiinAtiSTno 1. 111. " llurllngton, 1:43 A 15:40 n. m., '2:30 B:05p, in. " I'ort Henry. B:osn. in. " Bennington, tB:0o A 9:30 a. in., 12:2.1 p. m. nuiuiuKu, ii. in., a: ii. in. " Nalcm, 2:10 t9:00 a. m M:00 A- t5:00 p. in. Malf Train tMtxcd. I'ot Office. MAILS CLOSK. Harlem Extension way, 9.05 n. m., and 2.00 p. in. eastern way, u.4u a. in. Troy way, 12.40 p. in. Troy, 12.40 p. m., 3.80 p. in., anil 2.30 p. in. Albany, 12.40 ii. in., 8.S0 p. m anil 9.30 p. in. liosion, 11.40 a. m., and 9.30 p. in. Canad...

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. — 5 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1873. VAMum.n discovkiiv. The Identity of I.nkcs Albert Nj-nii-astt' runt Tnniraiiylkn I'rovcM. IlETAtM Or MR SAMUEL llAKl'.n's KXI'CDITIOS ix ArntCA. Kiiatroum, via Alexandria, July 0. I hasten to communlcnto to you facts of tho highest Importance and interest in con. ncctlon with tho oxpcdltlon of Sir Samuel, Baker, who has reached this place from tho Lake regions nnd tho far South. On Sunday, tho 29th of Juno, tho English Vasha arrived at Khartoum, accompanied by I.ady Baker, his nephew Lieutenant Baker, and seven English engineers, be sides his own personal attendants. I hey I,w1 frnvn1ll.il hllhpr from Gonjokora, USlllg , f d,n .innmnrn which had been taken up country for tho navigation of the lakes, nnd occupying n period of thirty-two days for tho journey. Hakcr has accomplished even more than was expected of Mm. Ho has penetrated ns far southward as Mosandi, which Is a point near the head villages of the chiefs Kabrlkl and ...

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. — 6 August 1873

Kntlant" (btobt r0L. I....NO. S3. RUTLAND, VT., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1873. PRICE THREE CUNTS. ilaUroails. VKUMONT CENTRAL AND HUT- V LAND HAII.KOADS. SUM MKIt AHHANG KM EXT. Dii nml after Monday, June 2d, 1ST3, trains will run ns follows, (Htinda)s excepted) i UOINII SOUTH AND KAST. Leave Rutland nt U:M ami 4:.tn a, m., nnd 12:10 and r,:00 p. in. MAIL. Leave Ogdcnsburg nt 6:10 p. m., St, Allium at 0:20 n. in., Ilurllhgton at 8:10 a. in., 1'ort llonry nt "::.'i n. in., Uulluiul at 12:10 p.m., llellons Fulls nt 2:30 p. in., arriving nl Now Lou. don at :30 p. in., connecting Willi steamer for New York. NEW YOHK EXPHEHS.-Lenvos st Albans at 9:00 n. in., llurllngton lu:2o a. in., arming In Kutlaml nt U:w p. m. NIGHT IMPRESS. Leaves OgdensburgntlS: 33 p.m., liattsburg 0:30 p.m., Montreal 8:so p.m., Nt. Johns 4:50 p. in., . St. Albans ":20 p. in., llur. llngtonMO p. m Rutland 11:50 n. in., Hellows Kails, 3:2.1 a. in., arriving nt New IjnUon nt llilis a. in. MIXED TItAlN. Leaves llu...

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. — 6 August 1873

'H I'lUfl RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 0, 1873. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1873. TERMS IN ADVANCE. Inti.v-1'er month.. Three months J) six months " one year 8 oo VrF.Ki.Y-Threo months Six months 1 M one year s M Address ULOUE PAPER CO., Rutland, t. England don't yet icst eay under (lie burden It must assume In the marriage of the "sailor prince." A meeting was lield at Hyde 1'nrk, a day or two ago, and It was resolved "Hint the Queen be petitioned m infuse tier assent to the bill." Mr. Brad- laugh presided, and demonstrated, 1'Y this ,..! Il.nl l.n nnd 111 fellows WCIO "irreeiier" than they were supposed to be, The idea of royally releasing Us grasp on the purse Is decidedly rctrcsiimg. Unbelt S. Chew, chief clerk of Hie Nn llonal Department of State, died at Wash ington, Sunday, lie was a native oi Mr L'lnla, and has been in the service of gov eminent for some forty years, being one oT the oldest employes in the civil sen ices of t In United States. lie thoroughly under...

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. — 6 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 0, 1873. She Jutland gaily (Btobc. AVKDNKSDAY, AUGUST 0, 18711. AllltlVAl, AM) IIKPAItTI'ltl: OK TIUINS. TKAINH AllltlVK AT HITI.ANP. Krohi Hollows Fulls liW t9:20 a. in., '2:20 K tSi3 p. in. " llurllngtou 12:lo Arll:32 n. in., l2:M&t7:00 p. in. " l'ort Henry, "11:3 n, in " llennlngtun, tl2:0i p. in., tS:2u .V "t:J p. in. " Saratoga, Ml!45 n. in., 9:00 p. In. " Salem, l!4n s ts-.M n. in., t8:40 4- M:.w p. in. TRAINS LEAVE llt'Tl.tNU. I'or bellows Falls, it-M k H:30u. In., "12:10 & f 15:00 p. in. " llurlliigton, 1:43 A-tnuon. lit., 2:3) A 6:0s p. in. " l'orl Henry, ls:nn p. in. " llcnnlngtou, 10:00 A; ':ao a. m., ts:!!s p. in. " Saratoga, fcoo n. m A; :) p. in. " Salem, 2:10 A t;oo n. in., 1:00 A- tfcoo p. m. Mull Train tMlxeil. inui orrirc MAILS CLOSE. Harlem Extension way, 9.m a. in., and a.oo p. m. Kasternwnj, 11.40 a.m. Troy way, 12.40 p. in. Troy, 18.40 p. m., 3.30 p. in., and 9.30 p. in. Albany, 12.40 p. in., 3.30 p. 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. — 6 August 1873

THE RUTLAND WEEKLY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 1873. SPORTING. t I )ics. Euineror Francis Joseph puts up 200 tin- raUastliepursofortlicliitematlonalelie?' tournament now In progress nl Vienna Hont Hiicc. I J. J. O'Leary, the Worcester oarsman, who Is matched to row with Harrington. tho 20th of this month, expects to begin practicing this week on the course, at Springfield, Mass. He has decided to cm ploy Ellis Ward as n trainer, and will pro bably row In tho old Walter Brown boat, which ho has owned for three years nnd In which he won some of his first races. Itncllig Trouble". ti,o ,.l,on nt Urn summer meeting of the twnn 1'nrk Association terminated In a disgraceful row, Friday night, caused i.v ...... . 1 the alleged "hlppoilromins "i scorui rnn4 ntli 1 unsatisfactory decisions of the judges who were assailed by exasperated Lower Lakes, and thence to Middle Atlan lowers and obliged to lice for their lh ,. "Vcea'.i'onally cloudy weather and rain, .snruiuK" ". s VTriuiAY last....

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. — 7 August 1873

Rutland (Bmt VOL. 1....N0. 84. RUTLAND, VT., THURSDAY M0KN1NG, AUGUST 7, 1873. 1'ltIOE THREE CENTS. tCUc Srnrtc$. ). T. 0 It 0 S H, Manufacturer of mid Dealer In riNIMIHNCt M'MHKII, SIIINor.ES, LATH, CI.Al'IIOAHDK, ANDNIMU't'l: l.t'MIIKIt, DOOHM.NASH, IIUNI1S, .MOl'Ml. 1N(IS, HIIACKKT.M, WIN DOW FIIAMKS .V CAMNOH. Scroll Hawing of nil kinds l'lnnlnK, Matching and (liming Uunn to order. Yard nnd Mill Cor. ner of I'nlon and Furnace Streets, near Freight Depot, Itutland, Vt. MnyldAwSm. E j ' in. ihi'.iiuii.u n xj'.isriui -fix. It, Tixo MIIItTS. What they sny of them. "I neer liod any shirts that fitted me ro well as those made by )ou." 11. II. IiritT. "The shirts are received, nnd lit not like a shirt on a liean lc, but Just right." .1. I'OIIII, Jllddlobury. "The first shirts I eter had that suited me. The lit Is perfect In ever respect." Je27dl) 11. W. MAIISIIAU.. prilTAIN VoHNICES OP BLACK v Walnut, or all (lilt, made tn order. Cur tain Itlngs, Tassels and Cords. DKAltllOHN'S SHOW CA...

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. — 7 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, Al (JUST 7. L878. mt $utUmd iaitjj &tobe. TI11KSDA V, AUGUST 7. 1878. TKRM IN ADVANCE. Du v -Per month Three months six month. .. one year wsixiv Three months Six months one year ... ;b . fl On . . . 4 00 ... 8 00 ... TB . . .$1 lis 1 00 una rar " Adare.lHGI.OBK 1'APKR CO., KullBUil, Vt (HI rout si:i.i im. swiimdi.k. Eort Hnelllnfr lias BMn MM to one Steele, Mtd lie lias maile a gmxl tiling OUl of It. TtN sale was consuiiinialeil by onler of the secretary of war, ami in nccordniiee wltli a resolution of Congress, as it Is clniineil. Tills In and of Itself might le all rl?lit and proper, If General ltelknnp discharged his duty honestly, i-oiwii'iitimisly and pa triotically. Ills countiymen will justify bin and he needs no defense. We must confess, however, that the transaction lias a suspi cious look not only from the haste which Is made to defend blm, Imt from the very nn lurc ol the defense itself. Let us in the lint place Inquire what...

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. — 7 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1873. hc Jutland gaiHi Tlobc. THl'HSDAY, AUGUST 7, 18TU. AIIIIIVAL AXD DKPAIITt'lIt: 01 TIIUXS. TKIIN1 AltlUVE AT RCTHXIl. From Hellows Polls, I'M X td:iO n. tu., 2:20 tsai p. in. " Uurllngton liuoft '11:34 a.m., I2:W & t7:60 p. m. " Port Henry, Mli32n. in " llchlitnglon, t1:M 11. m., t3:S!.u A m. " Saratoga. M1M5 ii. m.. 9:00 n. m. " Salem, 1140 X 19:30 n. m t8:in X W. p. m. TKUNS I.KAVE Hl'lHSO. Por Hellows Kalis, 12:50,V t4:3i)a. hi., I'MOA 15:00 i. in. " liurlliiKtoii. Ii4fl A' t.'.non. in., 2:W5.05p. m. ' Puit Henry, 5:nr.p. m. " Pennington, tS.'OO tt U:.".n a. in., X 12:21 i. in. " Saratoga, 5:00 n. in., A 'aw. p. m. " Xiilem, 11:11) X t:0i n, m., MW X to:(H ji. in. Mull Train iMtwl. 1'osl Otllcc. MAILS CLOSK. Iliirlem Extension wny, 9.05 n. In., and i.M p. m. Knstern wnv, 11.40 n. in. Troy wny, n.4 p. m. Troy, K.4D p. in., mo p. in,, and .3ii p. in. Mbany, ls.W p. m 3.30 p. m ami h.uii p. in. Huston, 11.40 u. in., nnd ....

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. — 7 August 1873

filE RUTLAND DAI Li' GLOME, Til jjKSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1878. (From tho Vermont Clironlclo.l .Vllddlcuiirj- Oollcffolit 181. As n master In education tho mind of president Bute' was distinguished by the largeness anil refinement of Ins Ideas, lie graduated at Harvard, tho leader In class studies of minds like tlioso of Sliaw and Uuckmlnstcr In tlio class of 1800, and be came the pastor and personal friend of Fish er Ames at Dcdham. Uuder his presidency what was liberal In attainment was second only to the symmetry of the college order In training, and Ms prnfarnia , If It must be. for tho touch of nature had his sympathy within the rule, If stricken well, even If the full hand refused tn train Itself on nil the cords of which bis own was the master. So as to associate teachers, the unique man nerism of Hough, true as It was bold, awakened no jealousy of Its telling power upon the minds and hearts of their pupils, having with o many a preference over his own. and the enthusiasm of...

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. — 8 August 1873

(hwbl Ihe ESDITIOKT. VOL. I....NO.U'). itnllvoiuls. i rHIlMONT CKNTItAI, V LAND HAtLHOADS. and hut- SUMMlltl ARltANULMLNT. On nnil after Monday. ,, tune il, 1SI3, Irulns In HI inn ns follows, (Sundays excepted) : IIOINII SOUTH ANll KAST. Leave Rutland lit l2:MinhiW:3on. in., and 12:10 I anil 5:00 ii. in. . MAIL. Leave Ogdensburg at 0:10 p. in., St. Albans at :!i a. in., Burlington at 8:1(1 a. in., I Furl Henry ut iti.s n. in., mumim ui t?:iu p..m.,' Bellows Falls at !(:3(i p. in., arriving nt New Ion- I dun lit 0:30 p. in., connecting with stenlner fur Now York. ' ' . NEW YOlllt li.rill.rn. leaves M.Aiuanni 9:00 a. in., Burlington 10:20 n. in., arming 111 ttutinnii in u:m p. in, NKlllTl TKxniisw.- -leaves Ogdensburg nt 12;. I as p.m., Plattsburg S:30 p.m., Montreal s::io p.in.v p.in.v . Bur- r.'-''011"9. "V,,". u.u..i!' ".V'.f?":: IlllglOIl Villi p. III., Illinium ii. m jn-iiunn - r ails, 3:2s a. 111., arriving ui .sew iaiiiuoii 111 u;io n. tn. in., nrrlvtiiir In llutlanil at 7:40 p...

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. — 8 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, Fill DAY MORNING. AUGUST 8, 1873. FitmArTAuausT 8, i8?a. r' TKKMS IK ADVANCE. l)All,v-rer month.... Tliroo months tj V six months 4 oo oneycar.. ......... 8 oo Wkkkly Three months n "R Six months $1 as Ono year lt Address OLOBB l'Al'UU CO., ilutlalul, Vt. SOT iTIUCH OI' AN "Of' YllAlt." The expression that this Is nn " off year In politics " has been so often used that It has becomo stale nnd trite. Not only Is It stale ami trlto but, as events liae shaped themselves, It Is anything but true. In our political nnnals, during the year after a presidential election especially when the contest has been bitter, protracted and ex citing politicians mid parties, worn out with the exhamtlve labors of the previous campaign, have, been content to let matters take, their own course, without much at tempt to maiiaso or shape them. The masses of the people, wearied and dis gusted with the criminations and le-cilinlna-tlons, charges and counter charges, per sonalities and...

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. — 8 August 1873

t Jutland jOnUu cStobc. FRIDAY, AIGUST 8, 18W. IIIIVAL AM) DEPUt'll'IIE OF TRAINS. TKUNS AHHIVK AT HUTI.ANU. i Hollows rails, t:4i tO:Sii n. in., '1:10 ts:3ft 11. in. Ilurlliigloii 12:40 A: '11132 n. 111., I2:M1 At 17:00 1i. in. Port Henry, M1:3J ii. in lleiinlngtiin, U:iw p. in., 1 9:2i MiStip. in. Saratoga, Ml!4S n. In., l:0it p. In. Salem, Ii40 .V. ts:30 a. in., Mill) X IM p. ui. II! UN LEAVE HUTI.lNll. follow s Fall-i, U:M A 14:30 . in., MSiin .V tr:00 . in. mi Ilnirlim. t t.'iMiln. in.. "J:3ll ,V .MI.MI. il. 'ort licnrv. rmir, n. in. 101111111111011. 13:00 .V H:3ll a. ill.. .V I2:'.Ti n. in. laiaiuftii, ti.in. u. in., iv .. in. Mail Train t.viixeu. l'l oilier. MAILS CLOSE. Intension way, 9.os a. in., niul i!.w p. in. WHJ , IZ.fll II. III. , 12.40 ii. in., 3.30 p. in., and 0.30 p. in. Ill-, 12.40 JI. ill., 3.30 p. in., Illlll 11.30 l, in. in, 11.40 u. in., niul u.no ii. in. .1-lS. 1.1511. in. hern way. 2.00 P. m. , tiirfiui. y.iio n. in. una w.iw ii. in. toga wny, s.iio p. m. Yo...

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. — 8 August 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOJJK, ITJtlDAY EVENING. AUGUST 8, 1873. TpNOOH MORGAN'S SONS' S A 1' 0 L I 0 is a substitute for Soap for all Household inp poses, except washing clonics. (BxomUa ana grodjsitms sjlusurancr. SaMvaw. Mujatvanrr. S A F 0 L I 0 (or Cleaning your House wilt save tho labor o( one elenncr. Oh c It a trlnl S A 1' 0 L I, 0 for Windows is better than Whiting or Water. No removing curtains and carpets. s a r o i. i o cleans Paint and Wood. In fact the entire house better than Soap. No stopping. Saves labor. You can't afford to bu without It. S A V 0 I. I 0 for Scouring Knives Is better and cleaner lliati ltatli llrlek. Will not scratch. S A 1' 0 li I O U better than Soap and Sand for polishing Tin wale, llilghtens without scratching. S A 1' 0 I. I O polishes Brass and Topper utensils belter than Acid or Oil and Hotleu Stone. 8 A" I' OLIO rr Washing Dishes and Glassware Is lti nlu ablu. Chcaer than Soap. S A 1' O I. I O Iflnoles slums irom .imruni .Mamies, -mines and statua...

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