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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 11 November 1873

1 NO. 100 , ....... . ' J JilUIli rr.m Tr.....i--i I r.....' I xriNPriAK hittrhs. I ...w,.! ,i.,..2i.. I .. ... t..... I r." . - .- ' - - ' - , mm i'iiiu,j. liiui-j. y - - V.M011IU-J inui -fc.tuimnuH'j. iur, yy " u'iifT8' yy fU'IlTAIN COUNICEB or I1EACI Walnut, or nil Ollt, made to order, cur. mm limits, Tassels ana cords. i1'aiiiioiin',s CJIIOW CASKS, COltNEH, CLOCK I) ami Manllu "Indies made In nnler, with or Moulded cdj;os. iikackkts sawed lit uincrcni styles al i)i;aiuh)1I.'.s (ituvo lildoli TEW MOUEDINOS VOll PICTU1I1 i-i rrnmln i:ncraMtiL's at, 'rnralntr, Chromos, I.lthORrnphs, trod lift.' KUUIC.VH i X. MEMUAM'S i, 1'KIIFFUT FITTIXU SlITHTS. PATTKHNS CUT TO MUASUltG. J? X. MEMUAM'S PEUPKCT PIT XX. TINO HlllltTS. The most comfortable, uiuauic unit economical. joY,uiy tieciceh HU09. rxitiVAEEED im t AMI I-'OMTS, iiroiiotmccd the limit in tut- muiih. iiiTiiiiicu ior seven ) ears. 1T.ESCO PAINTING ANII IIKCOHATION OP CllUiiClII-S, 1IAM.S AN!) pahi.oiw. Many) cars experience, flood...

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. — 11 November 1873

TUESDAY, NOVEMBEH 11, 1873. TKKMJ t ADVANCE. WitLT-l'er month... 5 Three months $2 0) six months I no Onoyoar 8 CO Wekelt Tbreo months 75 Six months $1 25 uno yaar !M Address ULOBK I'APKU CO.. Rutland, Vt. TIIA.NIC.SGIVI1VH 1IAY. lly ills IJxcclIcncy, Jullin Cunrcric, (Governor of tho Statu ot Vermont. A PROCLAMATION. Tlmo lu Its ceaseless march lias brought us near tho closo ot another year. Summer Is past, and autumn Is already yielding to winter. The products of tho earth aro gamed up for tho sustenanco of man and beast during barren months that aro beforo us; still faith and hope nssuro us that soring will again return, bring- lng with It tho beauty and fragranco of a new j oar. "Ho whoso word cannot bo broken" has promised that seed tlmo and harvest shall not rail. Now Is tho tlmo to remember tho un numbered mercies ot tho Clod ; and while re joicing In our general prosperity, lot us not forget tho poor who aro always with us. In somo parts of our country tho King of Ter rors h...

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. — 11 November 1873

UHMKllUlni THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER" 11, 1873. She gtttttnml gaily (Globe. TUESDAY, NOVKMHEIl It, 1973. AllllIV.ll, AM) IlKl'AllTtlli: OF TIIUXS. TRAINS AIIMVK AI RCTLANP. From Hollows Fulls, ino td:S0 a. in., 2:2i)A 1S:33 p. m. " llurlliigtoiilM!).V 11:3:1 a.m., 12:60 & tf.O) 11. m. " Port Henry, li:32 n. in ami ":0o p. m. " Hcnntiistou, tl'Mi p. in., t s.au x 'looip. in. " H.iratoun. "IImk n. in.. 0:0H n. m. " Salem, 1:41) & 18:3U n. ui t3:io X 'tai p. in. Tit HNS LSIVK 1IUTI.ANII. For bellows Tails, l2:M;t4:iOn.m.,,l2:to A; tiww p. m. " llurltnzton, 1:43 10:40 a. in., '2:30 X 6:05 p. in. " Tort Henry, Mo n. m. ami r.:05 p. in. " Ileniitiiirton, 13:01) .C "meo n. tn., X f 2:5 p. in. Jarntoiin, r:00 n. m., & '3:111) p. in. Kalem, l:to ti 1t:iM u. in., M:oo X 1i:0i ). in. .Mall Train t.Mlxcd. t'osl Olllii'. MAILS Cl.OSfi. llurlem Intension way, 8.45 a. in., nnd H.ou j m. i-.iisiern wny, ii.-iu n. in Troy wny, 12.40 p. in. Troy, 12.411 p. in., 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. — 11 November 1873

Vermont Nctt's, ADDISO.V COUNT. A storo In Hancpck, owned nnd occupied by Knocli'Back, was recently liurned wltli nil in contents.- Insured for 2,900. The fire was causcil by tbo falling and bursting of n hanging kerosene lamp. Mr. Back was at his desk at tho time engaged In wri ting but tho flames spread sb rapidly that nothing'of any nmount could bo saveil. Tho lecture room of, the Mcthoilltt church In Stlddlebury has been recently Improved and Is now in u flne condition. Jllss C. McQulvey of lllpton lift closed a very successful term nt school In Mlddlcbury. Ira aiflbrd'is Worthy Chief Templar, nnd'Mri. C. B. S. Wheeler, W. V. T. of Jllzpali Lodge' of Good Templar s, cw Haven. llF.NNINOTOX COUNTV. Arrangements are being made to extend tho Bennington and Glastonbury railroad across tho mountain, which enterprise will probably be completed in a year or tw o. 1'. A. Glcason of Woodford, docs an cxtenslvo lumber business with different parties, ho having ono order to fill of 150, 000...

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. — 12 November 1873

mmbt VOL. I NO. 107. RUTLAND, VT.f WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1878. PJUOE THREE CENTS. ahc Snides. nPKTAlN CORNICES OV HLACK V Walnut, or nil Gilt, made to order. Cur t alii Rings, Tnssels anil Cords. DEAEUORN'H CUIOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK O and Mantle Mielves mndo to order, with nam or .Moulded edges, ukaumiis nnwou in different styles at dkarhorn'h drove mock. -vtkw mocldings for picture XI I ranting, Chromos, Lithographs, mid r.nirravings nc iMj.iiiiwit.vrt P N. MERHIAM'S I'CllFFCT FITTXU SimiTK PATTERNS CUT TO MEASCR!:. T? N MERRIAM'S PERFECT FIT- JLJ. TINO SHIRTS. The won eomtortnblc durable and economical. Jci'dl) DECKER 1JROS. UNRIVALLED PI A NO I'ORTES, pronounced the linear In l lie worm. tt ui rumen ior seven yi ars. FRESCO PAINTING AM decoration or CHURCHES, IIA1.I.S AM) rAKI.Olls. Munyjenrsoxpcrleheo. doml tlrst clnssvnik nt reasonable prices. Come anil see my work In I lie Maxtor National ll.uik. vc. kki:t.sciimi:ii, nowdam HuilanU, Vi, ii ii. 51 o it r. li o r s i:...

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. — 12 November 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1873. he Sutton SaiUj Gtobc. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1873. TSRMJ W AJTAKCK. mat I'r month... .. 75 ..t'l o .. 4 00 .. S 00 75 ..$1 25 1M Tbx months Six momni OD8J80T Wkskxt Throe mouths Btxinonttis ono year Address OLOBE P APE It CO., IluUanJ. Vt. TIIC ItAILItOAD IMimOCJLIO. Wo publish lu another coliunn coitaln letters written by Mr. Turk, representing that which wo know as the Harlem Exten sion railroad company, to the president of tho Delaware and Hudson canal company, In referenco to tho discrimination In freights, mado by tb Utter road upon articles Intended to bo transported to New York over tho former road. Tho corrcs pondence, If correspondence It may bo culled, Inasmuch as no reply was vouch safed to cither letter epenks for Itself, and places altogether a different phase upon the action of tho superintendent of the Harlem Extension railroad company in demanding a certain sum for tho passago of the Delaware and Hudson...

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. — 12 November 1873

THE .RUTLAND She gutliuul gaily 6bbc. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHER 1'.', 1873. AlllUVAL AMI PEPAHTllli: UP TWAINS. trains arrive at ri'tlaxh. from Hollows l'alls, 1:10 X t!:50 n. tn., X 18:33 p. in. " llurllngton 15:10 & "IliM a. in., UiSO 4 U.O) p. in. " Vort Henry. '11:32 n. m nnil T:00 n. m. " Llcnntngton, tlSiOJ p. in., tsiiw x Moatip. in. " SnrntoRa, "Hub n. ra., 0:00 p. m. " Salem, mo X 18:30 a. in., 13:40 x '4:M p. in T1IAINS I.EAVK nCTLAND. For bellows Falls, 12:M X t4:S0 a. m., '12:10 tr:00 " lmrl'lngton, 1:13 ,t1S:4o a.m., '2:30 cm p. in " Port Henry, C: 10 n. in. and 6:05 p. in. " llcniilngtul), 18:00 & 0:(iO n. m X 12:23 p. hi Saratoga, 6:00 a. in., X U:0D p. in. Salem, 1:40 t0:00 a. m '1:00 X tr,:00 n. in. Mall Train tMlxcd. Post Ollloc. -MAILS C'LOSK. llnrlcm Kxtenslon way, 8.15 u. in., ami t.m p. in, llastern way, 11.40 ft, in 'i ruy way, 12.40 p. in. Troy, 12.41) p. in., sao p. m nn 1 0.30 p. in. Alenny, 12.10 p. in., 2.40 p. in., .mil I'.tw p. m llostoti, 11.40 a. 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. — 12 November 1873

THE .RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1873. THE IlTTI.n fiADY. I wa topplne at tlio Hotel Windsor, at Huo Jo ltlvoll, Paris. Ono morning I was smoking In tlio col unadc, when a tall, elegantly dressed gen tleman asked permission to light Ills cigar by mine. I saw at onco that ho was a Frenchman, although his "English'' was nearly perfect. "Have you heard tho news?" ho Inquired, "No." "Is It possiblo I Why, all 1'arls Is allvo with It at this moment." "What has happened?" "Tho Countess do Marvllle, tho fairest uf the fair, was found murdered in her bed last night, her bureau broken open and ten thousand francs missing from it. It was terrible. Tho bruto who did tho deed ef fected his cntranco through tho window of her chamber, near which, unfortunately, was a tall tree planted by tho distinguished grandfather of tho Countess years ngo. l.lttlo did ho imagine what n terrible uso would bo mado of it." "Tills is bad news. How any man could harm a woman thus in cold b...

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. — 13 November 1873

RUTLAND, VT., THUKSDAY MOKN1NG, NOVEMBER 13, 1873. PJUCE THREE CENTS. VOL. 1 NO. 1G8. EH? Evades. U ItTAIN COHNICES OF 1SLAOK Wntiint. nr nil llllt. tmiilo In finlrr. cur- t jlii Rings, Tassels unit Cords. HEAIIIIOHN s unow casks, counee, clock ) nml Manila sticlvcs made to order, wl h I'l.ilii or Moulded edges. lmAOKHTS sawed III different Hj les ut DHAimollN'S (lime Wool;. VEW MOULDINGS roit pictihe s Framtn Erigrnitngs rt Olographs, i DEARP.ORN K n. meiuiiam's I'KM'WT Firri.ya yiinrrs. pttei:.ns cft ti me.wei:. v MEiiitiA.vts i'j:itPK("i fit- MJ. IINOMIIRTS. 'J hi. most coin tort 'iilc. mir.ii anil rconomliMl. I' -M1J iT.(ici:u nnos. uniuvalled pi- ) AXO FORTES, pronounced tHo tlm-st In ue world. Warranted tor scicn year. puesco painting AND decoration or churches, 1IAI.I. NI) PARLORS. Many car i experience, nr reasonable nrleos. Col nood ilrst class work Como and see in work In the Daxter National tunl;, w. khetschmeh, Rutland, Vt. noilklSni" ii, m o ii i: it o v s i:, DENTIST, ...

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. — 13 November 1873

kUm THUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1873. TKHMJ IN ABVANCK. Daily -Pur montli ?s Thrse months (2 0) Six months 4 no one jroar 8 oo WSHI.T Tlire months 75 Sli months 112 Ono yuar ito Address CLODE l'Al'EIt CO., Hutland, Vt. It Is uow ovcrclglit years since Mrs. Snr lutt was hanged, for alleged complicity with the assassination ot President Lincoln. Whether slio w as justly put to death or not, tho deed Is now past lccall So far ns the fact ot her sex Is concerned It ought to have nothing to do with tho question In any way j and It strikes us that the discus don between Judge Holt and cx-Picsident Johnson ii unseemly, to say tho least) more specially as each Individual Is compelled to judge of tho case as he believes the word nt one or tho other of these men. Is it true, as Mrs. Llvcrnioro claimed, Tuesday night, that tho mothers of Ver mont have no legal ownership In their children? How wo hate that word "own iTshlp," when speaking of llcsh and blood, own if It docs convey an idea. Our couits...

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. — 13 November 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1873. TltniSlUY, XOVEMIJKlt 13, 18TU. AltlMY.U, AM) Dia'Aliri'CK UK TliUNS. Tnusa Annus at hi'tlind. From lieltotva Full?, ts;50 q. m., M-so S is-uit p. m. " HurlliigtonHMJftMIiSln.in., H.M.UT-.oi p. in. " l'urlllcnry, "tliMa. in Mid 7:00 p. in. " Kcnulti-tuu, tl2:0i p. in., ts.su a. "ID 05 p. in. " Ntiratoirn, 'IMK n. in., 0-Ofl p. in. " Salem, 1:40 .t ts-s-J n. in., 13:10 1:9S p. tfl. IlUIXi IX WE I1UTI.ASP. for bellows Kails, 12:50 A- U:m a. in., Miiiio 4: ttroo p. in. " liurllnston, 1:43 .v IMO n. m., "2:30 4 6:05 p. in. " Port Itcnrv, txio n. m. nnd t:o5 p. in. ' II- tinlniftuh, Ht-iMi K "If-m n. in., K tSttS p. in. S .r.itosrn, r,:0o n. m., A Mien p. in. V item, 1:40 K 19:00 a. in., M:oo K 16:00 p. m. Mall Train tMImiI. INlfct Olllco. MAILS cumi:. llailein Intension May, 9.45 a. in., ami 4.00 p. in. l'a,t-rn nuy, 11.40 n. m Troy waj, 14.40 p. in. Tro. , 12.40 p. in., '.'.11 p. m., and 9.M p. in. lbaiiy, la.io p. in., 2.40...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 13 November 1873

TUB RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13. 1873. 'I'lio Siii'clilc of n Hew Yorker In sc. (I.tiKc's Jlospllnl, Chicago. From the Chicago Mall, Nov 8. A sulclilo of ft peculiarly distressing na ture oecurreil nt St, Luke's Hospital last night, by which a young man of unusual promise met his ilcatli. Two years ago lleeknian Uhlhorn was tlio pride of one of the olilcst anil most highly connected fami lies of New York city, and being a young man of more than ordinary abilities, hif friends predicted for 1dm n successful career In life, and no, one doubted that their ex pectations would bo realized. About n year and a half ago his father died, and soon af ter Uhlhorn left New York, nnd went to Texas, where ho followed the business of n civil engineer. Shortly after his arrival In Texas he was stricken with brain fever, and for weeks hung between llfo.and death, but Ids strong constitution finally triumphed over the diseaso nnd ho was restored to health, but his friends notic...

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. — 14 November 1873

RUTLAND, VT., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1878. VOL. 1 NO. 109. PRICE TITHE B CENTS. Ehc Svartcs. f 1UKTA1N COIiNK'KS OF 11LACK V. Wnlmit, or nil (lilt, made lo order. Cur. t til ii llliiirs. Tassels mill Cords. DIIAIlllOHX'tf cHiow Asr.s. coiixni!. clock il nnd Mantle Shelves Irl.nclo In order, WlHl Plain or Moulded cdtfca. jlltA('KIITSnaweiUti (Iinoroiit. tj leant ii;ahikju.- its (Irovo block. NKW MOULDINGS VOW P1CTUUF. Framing, liiromos, Lithographs, tn:l llnirravlnirsiit linAllholiS'S 1 N. MLIlltlAM'R III. PATTHIINS (IT TO MIIANUItll. 17 N. MKHHIAM'S "PKKFKCT VYV. J J . TINU .KIlIlti'H. The Most roinrnrt1.1i", durable and economical. Ji'iTiliy DIXKLU HltOS. UNltlYALLKD PI. ANO ruin r.s, pronounced Hip ilnest In l liu world. Warranted tor sov en years. l'ltKSCO PAINTING ASH DIICOHATION OF (iinilCllKK, IA1.I.1 AM) I'.Mll.UI.St. Manv years experience. Omul tlrsl class vv or); at reasonable juices, (.'onto uii'l Bee m Mint; In the Haxtor National Hank. w. kiiiitsciimi:!!, novri.lsi...

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. — 14 November 1873

THE RUTLAND WEEKLY GLOBE, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1873. TKRM8 IN ADVANCE. tiAii.T-1'or month.. '5 Tlirta inonttm ' ?) Six months J w unoyvar ; Wsi.Y-Tliro months Slxinonuis II ono year m Address GLOBE l'AVlilt CO.. ltutland, Vt. The secretary of war lias commenceil, and nearly completed, the collection of a gallery of portraits of all the secretin les of war from the adoption of the national con stitution to the present time. Ho has been so far successful that only seven portraits aro wanting, all but ono or two of which are, probably, easily obtainable. Those which ho has not as yet succeeded In pro curing, are Ocorgc Graham of Virginia; Kogcr Griswohl of Connecticut ; William II. Crawford, of Georgia ; Lewis Cuss, of .Michigan! licniatnln 1 Ilutler, of New York George W. Crawford, of Georgia; and Charles M. Conrad, of Louisiana. This it a praiseworthy object and ought to be followed by every department of the gov ernment. .Vnieiieans aie provciblal for their gen erosity. The ...

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. — 14 November 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY MOKNING, NOVEMBER M. 1873. $hc $utlnwl gaity (Btobc. FMDAY, NOVKMUUll 11, 1873. AII1IIVA!. AMI DKI'AUTLIIK OK TI1AINS. TnAtNS AIIU1VE AT tlCTI.ANn. l'roin Hollows Tails, 1:40 & 19:20 n. m., '2:20 A ts:ss i. in. " Iliirllngton 12:40 & 11:32 u. in., 12:60 4 17.01 ti. in. " Port Henry, ll:32n. m nnil ":00 p. m, " Pennington, tl2:0i i. in., 1S;2U a. '10.05 p. in, " Saratoga, '11:15 n. m., 0:0(l p. m. " Salem, 1:40 & ts:30 n. in., 13: io A "4:55 p. in. TIU1NJ LEAVE llfll.ANI). For Ilellows Falls, 12:10 A 14:30 n. in., M2:10A1C:00 p. m. " liurllngton, 1:43 & 15: 10 a. In., 2:3J A 6:05 p. in. " Port Henry, 6:40 a. in. nnd 6:05 p. m. " Pennington, 13:00 A 'uuki n. in., A 12:25 p. in. Saratoga, 6:00 n. in., A '3:oo p. in. Salem, 1:40 A 1l:oo a. in., 'l:ou A too p. in. '.Mull Tralu 1 .Mixed. I'n.l oirirr. MAILS close. Harlem Extension way, 8.45 a. in., and s.oo p. in. Eastern way, 11.40 n. in Troy way, 12.40 p. m. Troy, 12.40 p. in., u.40 p. tn....

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. — 14 November 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14, 1873. Masonic Coliuiui. nl'RLIXaTOX. Tlie property long known In llio city of Hurllngton ai Masons Hall, has recently been sold by tlie Masonic Fraternity, ntul there is n fair prospect that measures will be early Inaugurated, for the erection of a Masonic Temple In that city which will be built In n manner that will afford ample accommodations to the local masonic bodies of Hurllngton and tho Grand Bodies of the jurisdiction of Vermont. This will supply a need long felt in Vermont, and rejoice tho heart of overy mason In the state. It should bo tho prido of Lodges so far as their pecuniary ability will admit of assisting tho craft of tho Queen City upon whom tho great burden must fall, in the erection of a temple which will bo an ornament to that beautiful city as well ns erecting an cdiflco which will bo an honor to tho masons of Ver mont. itlms. Hev. Dr. Gulnzbtirgh tho distinguished Hebrew Divine who died at lloston recent ly...

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. — 15 November 1873

wkhi JUTLAND, YT., SATUKDAY AfOUNINfJ, NOYHMBER 15, 1873. VOL. I NO. 170. PlllCE TIIJIEE CENTS. She Evades. ll'ltTAIN C0HN1CKS OF W-ACK V' Walnut, or all (lilt, made lo order, cur 1 nln Much, Tnsscls ami Cords. DUAHIiolIN tlitow casks, coitNi:it, clock fj and Mantle shelves made to order, Willi Plain or Moulded edges. IIKACKHTH unwed In dlllorcnt stj lc nt DHAHIlOltN'S drove Illoc!;. "rn MOCMHNOS FOR 1M0TUUI-: Xl Framing, Chromos, Lithographs, tied hiigravlngs ut liliAIIlHiltN'.S N. MKItltlAM'S i'iwfkcv FrrA'a simiTti. pattdiins ITT 'id MiiAMim:. 17 n. murhiam's it.iificct fit- XJ TIN'll SIIIHTS. Tho most conifoi I utile, durable nml economical. JeyTdly niit'K mi nl iijsTun uTva" n u : i ) i l -ANO FOUTIIS, jiruliouticoil tin; linear III I lit' world. Warranted tor seven years. FRF.SCO PAINTING AND l)i:('01!.TI()S OK CIU'IICIIIX, HALLS ANI PAKl.ollS. Mahyye.ir.se.xpcrlenco. Hood llrst class work nt reasonable juices, t'oino ami sec my "oik In the H.ixtcr National Haul;. w. ui!i:rsci...

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. — 15 November 1873

SATUHDAY, NOVEMBER 1G, 18713. TKRS13 IX ADVANCK. Duly For month M Throe months t' 01 Mix months 00 One year 8 01) Wkf.ki.v Tliruc months , in Six months tl 25 Onoycar - f'u Address GLOME PAl'KK CO.. Kutlanil, Vt. The danger o liastv legislation, nml tho folly of constantly tinkering with the laws, has an apt Illustration In the tils diargoof the notoilous Hosenzwelg. Ho was convicted ami sentenced to seven years confinement In the states' prison, but ob. tallied n new trial. In the meanwhile, the law under which he was convicted was re pealed and a more stilngcnt one enacted hi Its stead, hut without n "saving clause,'" and the scoundrel Is free once 11101c to box up hk victims In a trunk. Isn't It about tlmo that the telegraph stopped reporting the names of supposed over virtuous congressmen, who arc pant ing for tho chance of moving for tho re peal of the increase of salary bill ? Wo have 0110 or two new ones rcpoilcd every day ; and they now number sonic fifty or sixty. Tlicy may...

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. — 15 November 1873

'fJKIM)MUWUW THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1873. hc gtitUmit gaily (Dlobe. SATt'ltDAY, XOVKMHMt 15, 18T3. AtllttVAL VXII IILI'AHTI'IIK 01' Til UNI. TRAINS AllKIVK AT 11UTIASI). From Hollows Palls, 1:10 .v. t0:20 u. m., '2:20 .v. 1S::p. in. " Hurllngtoii lS:I0.V,ll:r.sn.t.i., 12:50 A 17.0) 1). in. ' l'ort Henry, '11:32 a. in nnd 7:00 p. m, " Ilenntngton, tl2:os i. in., t8.au & 10.0l p. in. " Saratoga, 'IIMS a. in., 9:00 p.m. " Salem, ism k ts:3i) n. in., 13: w a 'i-M p. in. T11AINS I.KAVK IIUTI.lXll. For Hollows Kails, 12:50 A nsoa. in., '12:10 i tc:ui p. m. " llurllngtoii, 1:43, 1 1S:40o. in., 'i:30 . 6:05 p. in. " l'ort Henry, 6:40 a. in. mid 6:05 p. in. " Hennliiglun, I3:oo ,t 'u:oo a. in., x 12:25 p. In. Saratoga, 6:00 a. in., 3:oo p. m. Salem, 1:40 it 10:00 a. m., "1:00 X ts:00 p. In. Mall Train tMIxed. l'nst OtfU-c. MAILS CLOS1!. Harlem Extension way, -US a. in., nml a.ii p. m. Eastern way, 11.40 a. in Troy way, 12.40 p. m. Troy, 12.40 p. m., a.4.i...

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. — 15 November 1873

Tlio Tower of .llilslc. II V T. S. AHTIIUn. Dear father,' said MaryjKdw-nrds, 'don't go out this evening;' nud the young girl, wlio had scarcely numbered fourteen years, laid her hand upon the nrm of her parent, Hut Mr. Edwards shook her oil' Impa tiently, muttering ns ho did so 'Can't I go where I please?' 'Oil, yes, father,' urged Mary, drawing tip to him again, notwithstanding her re pulse. 'But thcro Is going to he n storm, and I wouldn't go out.' 'Storm I Nonsense 1 That's only your pretence. Hut I'll bo homo soon long be fore the rain, if It comes nt all.' And saying this Mr. Edwards turned from his daughter, and left the house. As soon n3 slio vta.3 nlone, Mary sat down and commonccd weeping. Thcro had been sad changes since she had been ten years old. In that tlmo her father had fallen into hah Its of intemperance, and not only wasted his substance, but abused his family and sadder still, her mother had died broken hearted, leaving horaluno in the world witli it drunken fath...

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