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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 17 November 1873

mmbt laito VOL. I NO. 171. RUTLAND, YT., MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1873. PRICE THREE CENTS. Site Evade? U"UTAIN CORNICES OF ULACIC V Walnut, or nil (lilt, made to order, cur. Inln Rings, Tassels and Cords. DEARBORN'S U1IOW CASKS. CORNER, CLOCK 17 and Mantle Shelves ninilo loonier, with I'l.itti or Moulded edges. BRACK EIS awed In dllforent stjlcs nt DEARBORN'S orovo Block. xrr.w mouldings por picture I'r.inilutr, Chioinos, Lithographs, lied Engravings at DEARBORN'S E. N. MERRIAM'S PEilFKer MTTixa sirnrs. PATTERNS CUT TO MEASURE. 1? NrMEItHlAM's" PERFECT KIT Jli TINtl SHIRTS. The most comfortable, durable mid economical. JciiTdiy DECKER EROS. UNRIVALLED PI ANO FORTES, pronounced til" llnosl 111 I lie world. Warranted tor tnrcn years. KHKSCO PAINTING ash decoration or churches, halls and PARLORS. Many years experience. Oood tl rst class work at reasonable prices. Coino und see my won. In the liater National Dank. w. ki!i:tsciimi:i!, liot&Um1 llullnml. Vt. o. ir. m o it i: n o 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. — 17 November 1873

TUB RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17. 1873. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1873. TKrtSIS IN ADVANCE. Daily l'er month.. Threo months su months ono yoar Wkkklt Threo months .Sir months ono year Address GLOBE l'Al'EK CO., llutland. n "I 4 (10 8 00 75 It 25 2 M vt. Tho suit of Lntn&r ngalnst Charles A. Dana, for Inlso Imprisonment for tlio nrrcst tuul imprisonment of tho foimcr, for al leged complicity lu the assassination of Lincoln, by an onlcr Issued by Dana, then assistant secretary of war, acting under ill lections ot President Johnsou, was decid ed, Friday, lu favor of Dana without re gard to any Important principle Involved. The power of the government to arrest was not touched, but the court ordered a enllct because Dana did not knowingly consplrowith Johnson "to oppress Lamar," Im "did not willfully assist in bis detention m Washington." The graver mid greater question oi the power ot the government to order an arrest, without In dictment, "or duo process of law," at...

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. — 17 November 1873

TIT 15 RUTLAND JDATLY GLOBE, MONDAY M011NING, NOVEMBER 17; 1873. She Jutland gaily (Globe. MONDAY, NOVF.MUKK 17, 187a. Aintiv.w, am) nr.PAitrriii! or tuuns. TltllNS AlllllVK AT I1UTUNU. From IK'llowa 1'nlla, l:io 10:50 n. in.. '2:20 A ts:ars p. in. " Durllnsfton 1J.I0 Jt '11:32 n. in., 12:W Jt (T:0) it. in. " Pott Itenrj, '11:31 n. in and 7:00 p. in. " Helihlnsrlon, tl8:0S p. in., 1S:2i) k "lU.UI li. til. " MnrntotM, "11:43 n. in., I):0o p. in. " Milium, hid A 1s:!d n. in., t3:io X '4-56 p. in. Turns m:vi: hoiland. For Hollows l'lill-, 12:W A; 1-1:30 n. m., '12:10 A tt:oJ p. in. " liurlliutton, 1:13 A 1 R: to n. in., "2:30 t S:i5 p. in. " Port Henry, 6:10 n. m. nml r.:05 p. in. " HciitiliiKtoh, t3:no A 'V:W n. in., 12:25 p. in. s irntogn, r,:un n. m., A 'it:".) p. in. Halem, 1:40 A IU;00 n. In., 'i:0u A 1.'.:O0 n. In. Mall Truln (.Mixed. (list Ollloc. mails ct.osi:. llurlcm IMciisinn wny, 8.45 a. in., nml -.'.in p. in. Lastcrn way, 11.40 n. in Troy wny, 12.40 p. 111. Troy, 12.40 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. — 17 November 1873

TIIR RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1873. Letter from Vliiclamt, CLAinVOYAXCi: etc. Editor Rutland Glolt : It 1ms passed the rcmembranco of some, that Franklin ltlch anlson, of Vcrslilre Vt., was fully deprived of his sight, at the age of seven months, and before ho arrived at manhood was laid out In a coffin, packed in ice, and "dead," awaiting four days In that condition, for tlio arrival of relatives from Massachusetts be fore tho burial scrvlco and Interment should tako place, llutsuspiclonsof llfowcro per ceived by tho molsturo collected on tho In ner coffin glass the body was taken out from its Icy bed, and manipulated until It was resurrected into life again and to this .I.. nlnl.nnlinn beilM lllO COUIlOIllCIl of "Tho Ullnd Spirit Medium," who sees now by tho Inner, or Clairvoyant sight, and Is under control of sonio unseen power, ... most continually. This blind prodigy, was here, at VlnclanJ, recently, delivering practical lectures, on various topics, tha...

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. — 18 November 1873

PK1CE THREE CENTS. VOL. 1 NO. 172. RUTLAND, VT., TUESDAY MOUNING, NOVT3MBEK 18, 1878. She Sviulcrj. CURTAIN COHN1CKS OP HLACIC Walnut, or all nut, made to onlpr. cur tnln Kings, Tassels nud Cords. DHAHIIOHVM QIIOW CASES, CORNRR, CLOCK O nnd Mantle Shelves nindo to order, with I'lnln or Moulded edges. lillACM:' . j wyed In different styles at DKAHKOHN's (irovo Iilock. TVTRW MOULDINGS l'OU PICTURE Xl Framing, chromos, Lithographs, mid Engravings at DHAKIIOHN'H N. MRRRIAM'S i'lCUFKl'T FITTIXU HIT HITS. PATTKllXS CUT TO MIIASUHII. I ? N. MliRRlAM'S PHRPHCT KIT i. tinii simtTS. The most comfortable. durable and economical. ji'-jnuy DKCKKR RHOsTuNRIVALLRD PI ANO FOKTLH, pronounced llio lines! In I lie world. Warranted for snv en J ears. FRESCO PAINTING AND DLCOHATION OP C1IUHC1IUS, HALLS A.N1I PAHLOItsJ. -Many years experience, flood llrst class woi k at reasonable prleos. Come and see my work In the llaxtcr National liahk. W. KUKTSCIfMT.lt, no3d3in' miilaml, U. o. ii. m o it i: ii o r h ...

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. — 18 November 1873

tShe gumma gutty mu. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1873. TKRMS IN ADVANCE. UiiLT Per month 73 Thro months J o six mouths 4 oo one year 8 oo Weiily Time months "5 Six months il 25 Ono year sw Address ULODE I'APEU CO.. Rutland, Vt. Wo commend to the careful nttentlon ami perusal of our friends of the Protcs tant Episcopal church, as well as of nil other denominations the following editorial expressions of tho Rutland Jlcrall. Wc liiote terbatim : "The Evangelical Alliance " has done good. IJishlp" we presume It "means Bishop Cummins of tho diocese " of Kentucky, has written a circular let " tcr announcing his withdrawal from the " rrotcstant Episcopal church." Further along It pays "It is refreshing to sco men " of the ability and piety of Hishop Cum ' mlns break away from tics and " throwing off the tyranny of man made "creeds" etc. Wo must confess that there Is nothing particulaily "refreshing" tons In this, lu a Baptist becoming a Methodist, a Congrcgatlonallst adhering to the Unit arian, ...

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. — 18 November 1873

TUE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, TUESDAY MORNING, 'NOVEMBER 18, 1873. &hc gtutlittut gaily (Blobc. Tuesday, novembeu 18, 1873. ARRIVAL AM) HKPMITUIIK OF TltllNS. TIlAtNS AURIVX AT KCTLANO. From Hollows rails, 1:40 10:20 a, m., "2:20 X ts:3r. p. m. " llurllngton 12:10 .t"ll:!2n. in., 12:60 X tt.oj R m. " Fort Henry, "11:32 . in ami ":WJ p. in. " Bennington, t!2:os p. in., 18 2ti ,v "10.05 p. in. " Saratoga, "11:15 a. in., 0:00 p. in. " Salem, 1:40 & 1S:30 n. in., 18:10 '4:63 p. in. TI1A1S3 LEAVE nOTLlSl). For Bellows Tails, 12:50& tl:30a. in., "12:10. 15:00 p. in. llu llurllngton, 1:43 & t3: lo a. m, '4:110 .t 6:03 p. in. l'ort ltcnry, C:40 n. in. nnd 6:CS p. in. Bennington, ts:00 X 'v.m a, in., X f 2:25 p. In. Saratoga, 5:00 n. in., X "3:o p. in. Salem, 1:40 1P:uu n. in., "1:00 X 15:00 p. in. ".Mall Train t.Ml.xeii. l',Kl onicc. MAILS CI.031:. Harlem Extension wny, 9.45 n. in., ntiil it.on p . in. eastern wny, 11.41) u. in 'I'roy wny, 12.40 p. ni. Troy, 12.40 p. in., 2.4 ) 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. — 18 November 1873

tueS TEE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18. 1873. Sense nnd ftonciic. A boarder thinks he lias mado n marked Improvement oiv u well-known Scripture text, which ho reads m follows, "When thou prayest go Into the pantry and shut the door." Do the patrons of husbandry remember that Adam, the first man to receive a land grant, died poor? Lightning rods are to be discontinued at Sing Sing Prison, as It Is proved they con vey more prisoners than lightning to the ground. The Boston Post, noticing the fact that 10,000 cubic yards of obstruction had been removed nt "Hell Gate, near New York," says "They will get it open pretty soon, so tliey can all got In I" A Philadelphia Quaker complimented ono of his sect' who had joined an Episcopal Church on thu new organ used there. " hy I thought thco objected to church music t "Ah, so I do," was tho reply; "but if thco must worship God by machinery, I want tlico to havo tho best." Lady Amberley, an English woman who recently visited this...

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. — 19 November 1873

"fluTir "hi 1inw 1 1 ii .. a t r rrTmtB.Tngyrig;r, -t RUTLAND, TV., WEDNESDAY MO.UN1NG, NOVEMBER 19, 1873. VOL. 1 NO. 17:',. PRICE THREE CENTS. She Evades. "1UUTAIN CORNICES OF IILACIC V' Walnut, or nil (lilt, made to order. Cur tnln Hlngs, Tassels and Cords. DI;AllliOll.VS 1.1 HOW (WHIM. CORNER. CLOCK O ami Mantle Mielies hindo to order, with rwin or .Moulded euges. different styles nt IIIIACK in s unwed In i)i:aiii;ok?,s drove llloi'l;. "Ti:v mouldings for picture o.s Framing, Chromes, Lithographs, mid Ungrnvliigs nt DI'.AHIiOHN's E N. MERRIAMJS ppiipprr pirrtxa nnmr. l'ATTUHNS ( I T TO MKASl III:. 17 N. MERRIAM'S PERFECT FIT JTJ. TI.NO SII1HTS. The must comfortable, durable uud economical. Je-JTillj Decker rkos. unrivalled pi ano FOIITIX, pronounced tlm lines! In I In' orld. Warranted fur seven ,s cars. C A It D . Tin: haudwull nousi: siiwino and HAIli DltllSStXfl .V IlATHl.Nd SALOOOX. Mr. llunrv Williams, rroin Nun York lias purchased tho above lialr-drcsslhg room mid has iltted...

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. — 19 November 1873

m jguttond galty (Blobc, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMHEK 10, 1873. TERMS IN ADVANCE. Hauy Per month "5 Three month!) W) Six month? 4 oo Ono year s no Weekly Throe months 75 Six months l s one year aw Address OL01IK PAPEIl CO.. Hutlnnd, Vt. Chief Justice Ambrose Spencer, of New 'York, was accustomed to Bay that If there wi'ic two tilings that infinite wisdom couldn't foretell, they were the results of n contested election and tlio vcidlctof n petit jury. The late election In that stale Illus trates the force of ons part of the remark. At the election, one year ago, Governor Dl.v, lcpubllcnn, was elected by a inajoilty of nftythrcc thousand four hundred nnd llfly-onc votes, whllo this year, the mnjor Itv'of the democratic stnto ticket is elected hy an average majority of some five thousand. While we do not see herein any indication of the lcvlval of the democratic pai ty the result being easily explained on other and truer grounds we don't blame the surviving democrats for bringing out their roos...

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. — 19 November 1873

THE HUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1873. fthc guttoml giuhj &lobe. WEDh'KSDAY, NOVKMHKU 1, 1873. AlllllVAI, AMI IlL'PAItTl'HK (IK 111 UN". TRltNS AUI'.IVK IT liCTLANtl. From Bellows rails, tMO X ID:2i) a. in., 'MO X t8:33 p. in. " mirllngton MM X M1:J n, m., 1!:W X 17.0) P. m. ro Port Hcurv. ,11::ri n. in nnd 7:00 11. in. " llennlngtoii, t12:04 p. ni tS:'.'U c "111.05 p. in. " Mjratopn. "11:45 n. in.. H:0 p. m. " Salem, 1:10 A: 13:30 a. in., t3:JU A. "4.M p. in. TRAINS LEAVE nCTLlNI). For Bellows Fall, 12:504: tlrtWa. in., "12:10 S tt:CU p. m. Hurltir,'ton, 1:1.1 ,t ttuu a. in., i:80 B:s p. in. I'ort Henry, 5:40 a. in. anil r.:W p. in. llcnnlngtoii, 3:o) ft u. in., x 12:56 p. in. Saratoga, r,:00 a. in., ft '3:t) p. in. H.iloin, 1:40 ft IU:Ot) a. in., "l:uo ,V t5:()0 p. in. Mall Train tMl.wil. I'osl Oil Ice. MAILS CLOSll. Harlem Hxtrnslon way, 8.45 a. in., and 2.00 p. in. eastern way, 11.40 a. m Troy way, 12.40 p. in. Tro.v, 12.4D p. in., 2. to p. in., ami 9...

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. — 19 November 1873

tlfE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19. 1873. A I, illcr from Vlni'lniul. Ct.AHIVOTAKCE No. 2 HEATH SCF.SE. Second sight or clarivnyancn Is the art and power of knowing cr tcco-rulzlng facts, things and principles by methods totally distinct from those usually pursued In their attainment. On earth man Is greatest, mind the gieatest part of man, and clairvoyance the greatest part of mind. The latter depends upon n peculiar condition of the nerves and brain. Fear, iloubt, nervous agitation, coarse habits, or bad Intent will retard, and may prevent the Influence- altogether, The Philadelphia blind medium, Samuel Palst, relates ft death scene worthy of record. This Is not nn Isolated case, It cor. roboralcs closely other death scenes, as "iven by mediums who nrc endowed 'with the second sight gift. Ho says i "I was piescnt at a death scene of Mary Frost, my intended, In Philadelphia, wheie the lady was icared, declined and "died," at the age of twenty-seven years. The ...

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. — 20 November 1873

RUTLAND, VT., TUUBSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1873. PRICE THREE CENTS. r0L. I NO. 174. She (Evades!. U'RTAIN CORNICES OP 1ILA01C J Walnut, ornlllillt, mndo to order. Cur tnln Kings, Tassels ami Cords. DHAItHOHN'S CjHOW CASKS, CORNER, CLOCK VJ and Mantle Shelves mado to onlcr, with l'lnln or Moulded edges. ""AtJKKTS wd 111 different styles at DHAHIIOIt.VS (Irovo mock. EW MOPLDINGS FOR PICTURE Framing:! chromos, uinofmiims, ubi Engravings al wiw, it in ..... N MERRIAM'R 'KllPEi'T rn'TLVf! MTMTS PATTEKNS I't'T TO MEASUKE. ir n. jiYitmAlunU',i'icTi,h;- X Jt TINtl SHIKTS. The most rum fori nbh-, durublo and economical. JetiTdiy J L01CER llliOS.'uNmVA LLED l'I I ANO roUTES, pronounced the llnost in In world. nrrantud tor soven v curs. A A It I) the hakdwell norm: miavinc. and HAIlt DltESSI.NO A, llATIIINfl SAI.OOON. Mr. llenrv Williams, from New Yolk hull purchased tho ahovo hair-dressing room and has lltted ltup In nrsl-clnss stylo and does tho best work, In tho most artistic manner, lie ...

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. — 20 November 1873

m jguttoml guilt) (SttoW. THURSDAY, NOVEMUKR 20, 1873. TEBSI8 IN ADVANCE. DULY 'er month Threo inonins..., months one year WKKKt.Y Three months six months.... U on 4 ou 8 00 T5 $1 S5 ID one year, Address QLOBI'. l'Al'JJlt CO., Rutland, Vt. We nro pleased to chronicle one victory In the cause of reform, good government mill the honest administration of justice In Now York city. Tho Inst legislature of Now York, In providing a new charter for the city, legislated, or attempted, to legis late, tho old police justices out of olllce. Thcso police courts, under their adminis tration, had become a stench In the nostrils of every decent person, In that justice or injustice was bought and sold, and that they were run ns political machines, first lor pel sonal aggrandizement and, then, In the interests of th conupt rings that so long ruled the city. These old police magistrates weie not disposed "to give It up to," and, therefore, appealed to the comls, claiming tho law to bo uncoiistltti tim...

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. — 20 November 1873

She $utlanrt gaily lobc. TIIi nsDAY, NOVEMHKlt ".0, 197!). WtlttVW, AM) Dri'VilTlIU: OK 1ItUN. TttAISS A11KIVK At HCTLANH. F om Hollows Palls, liio A to.) n. In., '2:20 i 'S:3sp. m. " liuillngton 12:M & "11:81 a. in., 12:50 tT:u P. m. " I'urt Honrs-, MliS! a. in nml 7:00 p. m. " liennlnglon, tll:03 p. m., IS.20 a; '10 05 p, Saratoga, "11:15 a. m 9:03 p. in. Sulem, imo .t g;3u a. in., 13:40 a 4'f in. 5 p. in. TIIAINS LEAVE KCTI.llill. Per Mellows Foils, 12:W&tJ:30n.in.,,18:loftt5:00 p. in. liurlinston, 1:13 15:10 a. in., 2:30 5:0Sp. in. Port Henry, Gilo n. in. anil l:(a p. m. Pennington, t8:oo .v. t:W u. in., .t w& p. ta. Saratoga, t:00n. in., A:0)i'.i"' Sulem, 1:10 X. 19:00 u. In., 'l:m K 15:00 p. m. Hall Train tJIlxcil. I'nm on ice MAILS CLOSi:. Harlem l'xt"iisloti wny, S.45 n, in., n: i is p. m. Lastem wny, 11.40 a. in Troy wny, 12. 10 p. in. Tnv, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. in., nml 9.30 p. in. ll'.ny, 12.40 p. in., S.40 p. in., mid y.jo p. m Uoslou, ll.io ii. m nuil v."-j ...

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. — 20 November 1873

THE -HUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20. 1873. tror tho Globe. 'i.ittm: .suniikam." (Dcdicrtti'd lo the Itloltier. BY MRS. At K. STANtKY. Softly Mil tlie silken fringes, Over sunbeam's sweet blue eyes, Fainter camo lier breath, and fainter, As tlio brcezo at evening dies. And wo crowed her waxen lingers, 'Mid our sobs, and tenrs, and sight; And the angels bore our darling To her homo beyond the skies. O'er our homo there rests a shadow, since ourjiunbeam took her night; Through tho gathering gloom and darkness Wo can sco no rny of light. Could wo view her In tho distance, In her happy home, afar, Might we see her gathering lilies, Through the pearly gates ajar. Thrice havo golden-hearted daises, strewn, llko stars, her little grave. Thrlco the autumn winds havo drifted Leaves abovo her, wnvoon wave. O, the days are long and dreary, And the night Is one sad dream, Star of Ilopel where Is thy glory? I have lost thy silver gleam. Hush, stvcot mother, I nm near you! I ha...

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. — 21 November 1873

P ' 1 10 r HA JHB 71 KUTLAKD, ArT., FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1873. PRICE THREE CENTS. VOL. I NO. 175. She Evades. piRTAIN CORNICES OP RLACK Walnut, or all (lilt, made to order. Cur Uln Ittngs, Tassels and Cords. IIKAHI'.UKS'S yiiow casus, corner, clock ij and Mantlo shelves made to order, with I'l.itn or Moulded edges. HHAOKF.TS fcawptl in different ilylca fit IIEAHI'.OIWS drove Mock. ATEW MOULDINGS FOR l'tC'lTUi: j-N 1'ramhig, 'liromos, Lithographs, uml Lngrnvlngs at 1)i:aiuioun-.s 7J N. MERIHAM'S I'lCllFnuT FTTTTNU ,s7A'7 I'ATTEIINS CUT TO Mi:ASLI!K. s.t n. merriam's perfect fit- I J . TIN'd NHIIti'S. Th' mo-t mm.. i .ii durable anil economical. .(Join IF, ECKER RROS. UNRIVALLED PI ANO roirny, pr iiwunri' i tin- in.. t in mo woild. warrant' I n.r .en aiv It V TLAX I) L A r N I) It V . t'N'ii:i: no. ( imiial nursti, MHIirilANTS' HOW, - - IHTLM. W. ai r kl.NL.I Oh . I L SltllY WOUK, IMTLlXa, Vl.VTIXG, .If , iterated with neatness and dispatch. An experienced Laundress for nil ki...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 21 November 1873

mt guttnmt gaily 5lok. rill DAY, NOVEMUEK 31, 1873. TEK11S IM ADVANCE DitLY-Per month s Tlireo months Hi) Six months 4 (10 Ouo year 8 oo eckly Three months "3 Six months H s ono year iv Addicss 01.01112 FAl'Elt CO.. ltutland, Vt. what aiii: voi; ;oi.(i to in AIIIl)T it ) On n summer morning in 1871, nn nrllclo appeared In tho New York Times, clunking the most stupendous frauds In tlic manage ment pcrlmps "mlsinanngcmcnt" were the licttcr word of tlio affairs of thn city nml county of New York, four men wcro ills, tmctly charged as tlic rlng-lcadcrs ami principals In these framls Tweed, Con nolly, Hall and Sweeney. Tlio article was lead and fieely connncnteU upon. It was lielicvcd by some; by otlicrslt was received llh Incredulity and doubt ; licic It was treated contemptuously, and there passed by as merely sensational. Tlic first charge was followed up, quick and fast, by other and holler shot, suppoited by document my proof, until thu caicful attention of the public was drawn thei...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 21 November 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1873, She gfutlumt gaily (Kioto. HHDAY, NOYEMHEK 21, 1S73. AHItlVAI. AND bLTAHTLilE OF TltAI.NS. TRAtN3 ARRIVE AT RUTLAND. rrom Mellows rails, 1:40 X I0:W a. m., "1:20 ts:33 p. in. " llurllngton 12:40 A 'lliM a. in., H:W 17.0) p. in. roi I'oit Henrv. 11:32 n. In nnd 7:00 n. m. Hcnnlngton, tlS:03 p. in., ts.vo x '10.03 p. in. " Saratoga, 11:4S a. tn :0ti p. m. " Halem, 1:40 X 1S:30 n. in., tone, x "J:M p. in. MAINS LEAVE KCTLANU. For Bellows Falls, 12:60 X t J:30 a. In., '12:10 t5:tio p. in. " llurllngton, 1:13 & 15:40 a. in., '2:30 X C:03 p. in. " Port Henry, 6:10 o. in. nnd 6:05 p, in. " Henulngtoti, 13:00 X "9:1)0 n. in., x U':!S p. In. Snratiiu-n. 6:00 n. In., .t 3:0) n. I11. Solein, 1:40 & 19:00 u. in., '1:00 X u.:00 p. 111. Mall Train tMlxed. post on n r. MAILS CLOSE. Hailom Extension way, 8.45 n. in., an I n.in p. in. Eastern way, 11. 10 a, 111 Troy way, 12.40 p. m. Tot, 12.40 p. in., S.4) p. hi., and 9.30 p, in, Al...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 21 November 1873

THE JUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. FIUDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21. 1873. 'vCiiropcnii Scone mill SocleljV tr.cTUnE nv kkv. i:. mills. On Wednesday evening tho Hoy. Edvrar.1 Mills, pastor of the Uaptlst Church In this village, commenced a scries of lectures to bo given by him on "European scenes nml society," as seen by himself during his re cent visit to that country. The lectures arc secured under the auspices of tho ladles of the Uaptlst church, admission free to all, with n contribution at tho close of each, which goes toward defraying tho expenses of purchasing carpets for their new church. Tho first lecturo of tho series delivered in tho church vestry, was highly interesting and listened to by a goodly number of peo ple. Judging from tlds lecture tho people of Rutland will be well entertained during the winter by them and should avail them selves of tho opportunity offered them to hear nore about tho old world, from tho lips of an observer well nblo to tell an interest ing story concerning ...

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