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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 22 November 1873

rll"M IITTIIIIW 111 III I I limn 11 1 n rOL. INO. 170. RUTLAND, VT., SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1873. rJUCK THREE CENTS. She evades. riritTAix cornices ok hi.agic j Walnut, or nil (1111, mndo lo order. Our tain llltus, Tassels ana Cords. DE.UilioUN'M UIIOW CASES, CORNER, CLOCK fj and Mantlo shelves mado to order, with l'mln or Moulded cdpos. dllterent stylos at MtACKirrs wived in llKAIlinjIUVH (irovo Muck. -TVAV MOULDINGS KOIt PK'TUHE j.s Framing, Chromos I.llhoarupln, tied l.nk'rnMni;! at DKAKBOKN'S N. MKRHIAM'S .tf . I'Fiirwr viTTTXa yiunrs. l'ATTKll.NS CUT TO Jit: VsrilU. 1? N. MERRIAM'S I'eIikFct FIT Tj. TINtl MIIUTS. Til" l.l'.st i omfn 1 ililo diiini If and iiunomlca!. Icii'lu DECKER IlliOS. INH1VAU,ED PI ANO HOKTKS, pronounced t lie tin ,i In t liu world. nrraiited for sui n cm s. It VT land i-Aixmn IS'tikll TDK l I. . Iltll. UOi-H., MEUCHANT'V HOW, i:i ri.ANn. i. AVL KIND.-. 'IK VI)11Y WHIIK, HV1TL1XG, VLUTlXo a ., l.xecuted ivltli neatness nnd dlspatcli. An experienced ...

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. — 22 November 1873

he gtuttomt gaily (Btobc. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1873. TERMS IS ADVAMCB. daily-Per month., Threo months f i 01 Six months 4 w ono year aw Weekly Threo month? "ft Six months $1 s ono year aw Address GLOBE PAPER CO., ltutland, Vt Tweed, slituld Ill's Vulutiblblffo bo spared and ho receive Ids just deserts in be: awarded the full ncnaltv of tlio law, Is u fair way 16 forcibly Illustrate the truth of tho Wbrds of the Psalmist, that "though " men bo so strong that they come to four" ' score years, yet Is their strength i ml " lator and sorrow." An lmpoitant step toward the precnlIou of panics, and compulsory suspensions on the part of banks and bankers, was broached at the meeting ol naiiK twicers, in New Yoik city, Tliuisday. If they would carry the pilnclple Into practical (inciatlon, and never deviate from Hie rule thai no check should be certified unless thciewas thu actual currency or deposit with which to meet It, a long stride would be taken In the light direction. It has long bee...

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. — 22 November 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 22, 1873. She Jutland gnity CSlobc. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S2, 187!) Aiimr.lL am) Dinunrtiu: of truss. TRAINS AllMVE AT RUTLAND. Fromllellows Palls, 1:40 4: t0:20 n. to., "2:20 19:35 1). m. llurlluglon 1J: 10 4: -11:32 n. hi., 12:50 X U:M p. in. Po Port Henrv. "11:31 a. m nnd 7:00 n. m. Hcimliigtun, 111:03 p. in., tS.20 a; -10:05 p. 1:1. " Hnrntoga, 'tins a. m O:0fl p. in. " Salem, 1:40 X ts:3i) a. in., 18:40 Jt "4:M p. in. THAtSS LEAVE llETLVNI), For Hollows rails, 12:50 X t4:30a. in., "1!:10 ft 15:00 l. in. " liiirlington, 1:13 t5:40n. m., '2:30 6:03 p. in, " Port Henry, C:I0 n. m. nnd 6:05 p. in. " Ilcnnlhgton, 13:00 X llieo n. in., X t2:25 p. m. Saratoga, 5:00 u. in., .v. '3:0 1 p. in. Salem, 1:40 X "j:uo n. in., M:ou X t6:0D p. in. "Mull Train t.Mtxed. Post Olflt'f. MAILS closi:. Harlem extension way, 8.45 a. in., ami J.oe ;. in. Eastern way, 11.10 a. in Troy way, 12.40 p. in. Troy, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. m., nnd ii.8o p. in. Alban...

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. — 22 November 1873

THE .RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22. 1873. From tlio Orcon Mountain Freeman. Welcome Home to You. "A hundred thousand welcomes, and 'thtlmo for you to come, from tlio (or land ot the wanderer, to your dear friends nnd homo i oil ' long ns wc are parted, over since you went I do leOt'Vmss a dreamless night or know nu easy day. Do you think I would tcproacli jou with the sorrows that I horo 7 Hutu tho sorrow Is nil over, If I call have you hero onco more, Mid there's nothing hut tho gladnes? nndlovo within my hcurt, And tho hope, bo sweet and certain, thai ogam we'll never part. Do the strangers como uround jou, with true heart and loving hand 7 , ... , Do they comfort and console uii when jou sicken In their land? , ,,, Itavo they pleasant smiles locouil jou, and sti ver words tu bind 7 ,, , ,,.,, Have they hearts moro fond and loyal than the hearts you left behind 7 There's a quiver on your proud lip, and n pale ness on your brow ; May bo It tliy had so loved you...

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. — 24 November 1873

VOL. 1 NO. 177. VlllOE THREE CENTS. RUTLAND, VT., MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1873. Site Srnrtcjs. -lURTAIN CORNICES OF BLACK V ' Walnut, or nil nut, made to order, cur inln llliiirs, Tassels and Cord. DKAllIionx'S cmow casls. corner, clock ' ij uikI Mantle- Shelves made to order, wltn ' Plain or .Moulded oilsros. iwiAi'Kura sawcu in 1 niunnoitN's drove I Mock. different stylos at XTKW MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE a.1 Framing, I'lironuM, Lllhogrruphs, utid Khgravlngs al liUAHIlOItN'S E. N. MLRRIAM'S I'twiwr rirrrxv suwrs. l'ATTIT.NS CLT TO MEAMI'IiE. 1? n7 merriam's PEitnicr' f7t- lll . TIM) SHIHTS. Tho mo-t cotnrortnbl. , durablo and economical. i-j;ui D ECKEIt DUOS. UNRIVALLED PI ANO rollTKS. nroiiuuncoil tlio IIihmi In ( In- world. Wiirrnntud forseven cars. It U T L A X 1) I. A f X 0 Hi . omui iiik i i.'.hivi. hiiisk, MCKCH ANTS' HOW,, IttTI M, V i. AM. KINDS Oh u'vw;i' iron.', nrrrusu, run..'. . . Executed with neatness and dispatch. An experienced Laundress for all 1:1ml oi Ladles' W...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 24 November 1873

"MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1873. TEnllJ 1M ADVANCE. juiLTl'er month "s Three months $1 oj Mix months 4 mi One Year 8 ix) wnsitr Three months 75 Six months $1 23 one rear a mi Addross ULOUH l'AI'KIt CO., Rutland, Vt Although the punishment awarded to Tweed twelve years Imprisonment ami n tine, of twelve thousand seven hundred dollars may scent light, yet It Is, In effect. as severo a sentence ns could bo passed upon si convicted murderer In the second decree, In his case, taking his ago and manner of living Into account, he is virtually impris oned for life. So far so good, but let the itood work keep steadily on. A patent was Issued from the United States patent office, 1'riday, to Andrew Johnson, for n "combination plane." Hav ing "swung nround tho circle" In the vain endeavor to loim n combination between lili admirers In Hie north and the ex-rcliels of the south, nnd discovered that "ooinbln iitlon circles" didn't pay politically, let us hope that the cx-aldcrman and cx all the way do...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 24 November 1873

She Jutland gaity Globe. MONDAY, NOVEM13EH 21, 1373 AllIIIVAli AM) IIIH'AIITUIIK OF TP.tI.VJ. TRAINS AnniVK AT HCTHND. From liellows Tails, bin Si I9.uu n. in., "2.20 ,t s 8:35 p. m. " llurlliiston H:M & 'llflJ a. rn., 1:50 A tT.O) p. m. " Fort Henry, "11:32 a. in and T:oo p. in. " l)oiiiiln?ton, tuau p. m., is.au x lu.ol p. m. ' Saratoga, "11:15 n. in., 0:08 p. in. " Salem, l:io & ts:D0 a. in., t3:io x "4-M p. in. TKA1N3 I.rJVVB l'.UTIANl). For liellows Falls, 15:50 M:30n. in., "12:10 1G:U0 p. m. " liurilngton, 1:43 &. !5:io u. in,, ".'.so i ties p. in. " Port Henry, t:40 n. In. nnd t.:03p. in. " lionnlnglon, (3:00 fi ":io a. in., s Has p. in. Saratoga, r.:03 a. iu "S.oi p. m. Snlein, 1:40 .t 10:00 a. in., M:tw At 5:00 p. In. Mali Train tilDced. foil OltlCF. MAILS CLOSL'. llailem Intension way, B.41 a. in., an 1 t "' p. in. Lastcrii way, 11.40 n. m Troy way, la.-to p. in. '1 roy, 12.40 p. in., u.40 p. m nnd e.3'1 p. m. Albany, U. p. m 2.4) p. in., niul .. i p. m Uoston,...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 24 November 1873

History ol llio Iltmsilc 'rinini'l. Till: CXNTtt.lt, SIIAI'T. The central shaft was Io:ntcd niul work begun upon It In December 1803 The Hoosac mountain lias two ponies, nml be tween them to a wide valley; the shaft was located at the most available hut not the most depressed spot between tho peaks. It was expected that tho shaft would serve to ventilate tho tunnel, and it was hoped that It would bo completed in tlmo to bo of ?er vlco in expediting tho actual work on the tunnel. In September, 18fil, tho commis sioners reported that tho total distance pierced was 2,077 feet, and that the central shaft had been sunk tot'ieilcpthofscietity four feet. Years afterward, when tho open ing of tho Mount Ccnls tunnel proved thai thcru was no necessity for a shall to clear ihctunnel of tho smoke and foul air, the secondary purpose In the sinking of the cen tral shall became the primary advantage. The shaft was opened In the form of an ellipse wllh Its major axis coincident with ilic line of th...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 25 November 1873

4 (bmbt fFfc ' ' VOL. I NO. 178. K.UTLAND, VT.f TUESDAY MOliNING, NOVEMBER 25, 18715. PltlOE THREE CENTS. Site Evade. f "U'HTAIN COltXICKH OF IILAOIC V.' Walnut, or nil (Hit, mado 1" order, Cur lulii Illnif. Tassels and Cords. DI'.Alir.ollV.s Q110W CASKS. COltNnt, CLOCK IJ nnil Mantle Shelves niacin In order, Willi rinln or .Moulded cdfros. dllTcrcnt stiles at HHACKin'H sawed In iihaiihoiivs WW I' tll.K k. NKW MOULDINGS FOlt I'KTl ltK Kramlntr, Cliromos, I.lthoirrnphs ttfit htlKrnVlllL'S HI IIUAIIIIlllIN'H J X. mfkiuams ': i:F:rr i-'irrisu sntitr. l'AT'IT.IINS I I T 'HI MIIAfl Hi:. "17 x7mkm7ia7i's ikitrt-:(rr tit- ill. TIMl SIllltT.S. The most coiiifurlnble, durable and economical. Jcil'dlv DKcicr.it imos. i'N!:iYAU,r.i pi ano 1'llltTlN, pronounced lilt' lint-si 111 lie world. Warranted lor seven ,vcars. II fTI.AMi I. A I N I) It V . I'MIKIl till- 11 vritVI. IIOIKK, MLWlil.WIX' HOW, - - Ill'TLAND. NT. il I KIStIS OK I t' .ICV.'A, IlL irt.lMl, riATIM! ,(.'., i:ecutcd Willi 111 utile...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 25 November 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25. 1873. m guttowt gang mu. TUESDAY NOVEMUEH 25, 1873. TKRM8 IN ADVANCE. Diii.Y-l'crinonth,. Three months I i Six months ' w ono yenr s nu Wkkxi.y Tiireo months Six months t J' uno year w Address OI.ODK I'At'KR CO,, ltutiand, Vt. Wo bco Hint, nt tlila season of llic year, "surprise, parties" arc ngaln coming into oguc. There is, naturally, more or less expense attendant upon tlic.se social gatherings, In the furnishing of lcfrcsh ments for tho table. Just now, would it not be better to enjoy these pleasant nsscm Mages without furnishing a "supper tabic," nuil to expend thesamo nmount in subslnn tlal fond for the needy, Fullering poor. Would not tho children be far better by abstaining from cake and other delicacies, anil far happier In the feeling that by a little sclf-tlenial they have ieliccd the w.inti of less favored children ? While our relations with Spain continue 1 1 bo the all-absorbing topic of com ci ta tion, and the bur...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 25 November 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 25. 1878. ?hc guttamt gully tfitobc. TUESDAY, NOVEMHEH 3."., I8TI1 UlltlVAL AMI IIKI'AltlTltb' OK TltllNS. TltAlNS AlinlVK AT 111'TI.ANH. From Hollows Tails, 1:40 X t!: n. tn B;i 18:35 p. in. " llurllhglon 1-A0 AMt:32n. in., U:W & 17.0) i ii. in. " Port Henry, tl:32 a. m Mid 7:f0 p. hi, " llciihlnglon, t!2:m p. in., ts.sn A lu.o? p. in. " Saratoga, "llur. n. in., 0:00 p. in. " Salem, 1:40 X 19:30 n. in., 13:io X '4:W p. in. TIIAIN3 I.EAVK nDTLANI). lor Hollows Vails, 1S:50 .t f4:3oa.in., "12:10 A tr.:t p. m. " liurllngton, 1:43 A-15:40 n. in., f2:30 .t 5:ui p. in. Port Henry. 5:40 n. in. nnd 5:05 p. in. Pennington, (3:00 X '11:0011. in., x til:: Saratoga. 6:00 n. in.. A 3:no P. in. p. m. Salem, 1:40 X 1S:uu n. in., t:W A man p. in. 'Mali Train t.Miv.l. I'iivi oilier. mails ci.ci:. llnilom Intension way, s.43 a. m . t n.i - . ip. n-. Hastern way, H.iua. m Troy way, 12.40 p. ni. Troy, 12.40 p. in., 2.40 p. in., u I o.'io 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. — 25 November 1873

TltB RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2o. 1873. Dr. Ktuio In Cubit, BY miss wmrntB, A noble life Is In thy ore, A sacred trust to thoo Is given : bright Mandl let thy healing ir Ue to him as the breath or Heaven. The marvel o( his daring Ufa Tho self-forgttunir leader bold stirs, llko the trumpet call to strife A million keausot meaner mould Byes that shall novar meet his own, Look, dim with tears, across ths sea, Where, from ths dark aid icy zona Sweet lilo ot flowers! ho comes to thee. Fold htm to rest, oh pitying clime t OIvo back his wattod strength again i Soothe, with thy endless summer time. His winter woarlcd heart and brain. Hlng sott and low, thou tropic bin!, From out the fragrant llowery tice The ear that hears thee now tins heard The Ice-break of the winter sea, Through his lone watch of. awful night, Ho saw tho Dear In Northern skies : Now to tho Southern cross of Unlit, Ho lifts In hope his weary eyes. Prnrera. from the hearts that watch In fear When tho...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 26 November 1873

VOL. I NO. 175). RUTLAND, ArT.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOrEMB13K 2(5. 18715. JMtICK TJJJ113E CUNTS. EUc Evades. UKTAIN COKXICKS OF HLACK V Walnut, or alt (lilt, made to order. Cur ium Kings, Tassels titut Cords. ni'AHIllillN'S uuow casks, roitxr.it, CLOCK i 1 mill Mantlo Shelves inndo tn order, with Plain or Moulded edges. HK.v.CKI''lst sawed In iiiiTiTrtitujifsnt i)i:.iiiioitr;'H (novo mock. n;w mouldixiis roit I'Ictckk xS Pramlng, chromos, 1 11 liogrnnhs, in-d I u,rnilngsnt HLMtlHilivs I)IANOS AX1) OKUAXs Timed. Kr:n I lntril nnil Hopalrod. Mi I'.iI.m.ii nml in nn Hellosvs ic-cosprpil with in mhii.'r iiMn ul loiv'i'l; "as good ns new,' .11 I . N. Ml.llt.l V' - rpm: dhckhk hkotiiliss pianos JL are pronontippil ' t-niuii'i rna iil'-.in cvcr.v paltlrular." II. V .vtP.lllil VI si ,-. iinm, I JIAXOS AND oKOAXS at : Ptli'i s mm on on 1 r.ns, in P. . MI'HIMW!' Ulir.KT MUSIC, Mu-ii l!ih.i.fil -in I) Instruments, also hi i iniin, n ' i i ill vt.iTntii illn Ml Htitrw iiiv 1, Iit r. . .m I : 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. — 26 November 1873

5hc j&uttiuul SiuUj BMc. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 18TU. TKRMS IN ADVAKCK. liiii.v -Vermouth Three months hit months ono roar i "I 4 W s on 75 (kki.t Thrro months.. six months .l 2.1 ono year ID AiMrc.isai.ODi: fAl'I-IIl CO., Itutlnnd, VI. Butler's liandlworkor that of lila friends, which amounts to about the same thing can be seen In the result of tho Massachusetts election, as ofllcially de clared. Washburn, asatnst whom Butler's animosity was specially directed, icceivcd n majority of only twelve thousand and llilr tjMhrce votes, while the remainder of Ha state ticket was elected by majorities rang, lug from over tw only-two thousand to more than twenly-sl.v thousand votes. Comment is tmncccsary. The Iron liand e.m 1eoon, even If gloved. Wo are told that wc must have mote icv cnuc. It Is urged that tea and coffee must bear a heavier tax, and this In the faco of llie fact that oui reccljilH from internal revenue exceed tho estimates by 80111c two millions of dollars. Instead of ...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 26 November 1873

I m THE JIUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20. 1879. She gtuttoml gaily (GUUu 'Vl'ONl'Sl'AY, NOVl'MIIKR 'M, 18711 tititiv.u, and nmusni'in: or Tiiti.st, THtlNS AIUIIVK AT KUTI.IMIi. From Hellows l'alls, liio .v. tCiJi) a. in., 'nan K ' 8:xi p. in. " Iluillnjton 12:4!) AMliSin. m., 1J:M I Mi) i P. in, " ran llpnry, '11:32 n, in ntiil Tiuur i.i. " llehlllllgton, tl2:0i l. in., 1S-.W "10.1)1 p. 111. I f.irnioga, -n:ir. u. in., t:0ii p. in. " Salem, I : to .s ts:3i u. m 13:10 "4vi p. in. TIUIX3 LKIVR ItUTI.AKll. fur Hollows Falls, 12:50 A t l:3'Ja. In., 13:1(.V rMM p. in. llurllngton. 1:13 ,t I5:M n. in.. "2:an ,v o:ii n. in. Tori Henry, r,:lo n. m. nntl is-ns p. in. lleniiliigton, 13:00 X "mill n. tn x li.ffl p. in. Saratoga, VM n. in., X :",) p. in. ShIpid, 1:40 K twio n. m., !:" tc ts.w p. n. 'Mall Train t.Mixe.l. ill Oilier. MAILS CLOSi:. Iluilcm Extension way, 3.15 a. in. Lastern wnv. 11.4011. m i mill i ' p.:. i Troy wny.ii.40 p.m. Troy, 12.40 p. m 2.40 p. m., nti.l...

Publication Title: Rutland Daily Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rutland daily globe. — 26 November 1873

MMXIStt OOinVOES ON THU ORPHAN AND WIDOWS OK MASON!. The widows anil orphans of Masons on the Island of Cuba have been subjected to cruel and Inhuman treatment, nnd a move ment Is on foot to call nn emergent com munication of the Grand Lodgo of New Vorkto tako such action thereon as the ex igency may seem to require. In 18C9 the Grand Lodgo of Santiago do Cuba wa placed under arrest, nnd tlio day following without trial they having acknowl edged themselves to bo Free Masons, were shot, on n road outside of the city, since which ovcry man found to bo a Free Ma son, has cither shared the same fato or been banished to Fernando l'o., and other penitentiaries in Africa. The estates of those thus slain or Impris oned, were confiscated to the Government, Ihelr families left entirely doitltuto mid all persons tinder the penalty of death, were forbidden to aid or succor them, either with work or charity ; and these defenceless women nnd children, who had been living in aflluencc, were compel...

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. — 27 November 1873

i W WML. UiWj 3 Ml MB IIHW 1W. 1UJTLAND, VT., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVUM BUR 27. MtKJE TIIJIEE CENTS. vol. m. iso. She Evades. "UltTAIN CORNICES OF 1U.ACK V.' Walnut, or nil (lilt, mmlo to order. Cur tain lllllgs, Tassels nml CortR DHAlinollN'.s CJHOW CASKS, COItNEIt, CLOCK J Mid .Mantle Shelves made to order, wuii Plain or .Moulded edges, different styles ut HHACKHTK sb weil In ii;akiiok;vm drove IllocL. XTVAV MOULDINOS FOIt PICTUItE 1 1 Framing, Cliromos, Lithographs, inil Lngravlngunt DHAllfloliNS OIANOS AND OltOANS Tuned. Ilogu I inteil nml lten.itrcd. Melodi en and Orirnt ...I .t-i...n 1 d m tile llellows re-covered with lira ruMi. r ami nudu to work "as frooil ns now," at I-:. ' . v. 'Hi JAM riMli: DECKElt imoiTir.lis PIANOS i. are pronouni ed .1 .lilt :n itc 1I1 ss In ci rj particular," 11 M' ltltl M s -il. tlimii. piNO.-. AND i price anil mi e.i OliU.YN I rtn, a1 r. s. - ll lolVlt UI1LLT MUSIC, Mie-io Hunks nml snuM I) Instruments, also best Mi-lln, i.u'inr mi 1 lolulioello Sti...

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. — 27 November 1873

THURSDAY, NOVEMHEK 27, 187a. TERMS IN ADVANCE. iiaii.v Per month "5 Tiireo inomns , u i Mix months 4 oo onojrcar 8 (i Wkeki.v Threo months 75 Six months (1 25 Ono year IM Address OI.OBi: l'AI'EU CO., ilutlanil, Vt. TIIANIOUHVINM IIAV. II)' Ills Uxccllctir)', Julius Converse, (lovrrnor of the Stllto o( Vernmiil. A l'HOCLAMATION. TUno lu Its ceaseless march has brought us near tho closo ot another year. Hummer is past, anil autumn Is already i Icldlng to v Inter, ihe products ot tho earth arc gamed up for tho sustcnanco ot man and beast during bnrrn months that orobcroro us; still t.Utli unci hope ussuro us that spring win again return, bring tng with It tho beauty and trugriiiico ot n , now tour. "Ho whoso word cannot bo broken" has promised that scod I lmo and harvest shall not tall. Now Is tho timo to remember I ho un numbered mercies or tho Ood : and whllo re Jolclng in our general prosperity, let us not lomct tho poor who aro alwas with us. in .somo parts ot our country tho King ...

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. — 27 November 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE. T11UHSDAY MOKNING. NOVEMBER 27. 1873. he gtuttnnrt gaily (Stobc. THURSDAY, KOVKXinr.lt 27, 187!) AltlllVAL AMI IILI'.UiTtltL' OP TIIUNS. TRAIN'S A11HIVK AT nUTLlNP. V'rotu Hollows Tails, 1:40 ,c t:20 n, m., "2:20 t9:35 p. in. " Uurllugton 12:40 4 '11:313.111., 12:.'o.V 17:0) l. in. " rort Henry, 11:32 a. in ami T:oo i. in. " llonntngton, times p. in., t8:su a: in.trt p. in. " furntojjn, "11:45 n. in., :0il p. in. " Salem, 1:40 X 18:30 n. in., 13:40 x 4:.Vi p. in. TIIUNS I.EtVK IIUTI.ANII. Tor Hollows Falls, 12:50 A t4:30 a. in., "12:10. C 16:01 p. in. " llurlln llurllngton, 1:43 A tS:li a. in,. isai A t.:05 p. in " Port Henry, 5:io n. m. nml r.:05 p. in. " nciihlUKtoh, 13:00 X ':uo n. In., X t2:S5 p. in. Saratoga, 5:00 n. in., K "3:oo p. in. Sulcm, 1:40 x two n. ni., t:tw . tiwifl p. in, Mali Train t.Ml.ved. I'llKt OIIICC. MAILS ct.osi:. Ilailcin Extension way, 8.43 a. m., ami i.w p. in. llastern way, 11.40 a. m Troy way, 12.40 p. in. Troy, 12.40 p. in., 2.4...

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. — 27 November 1873

THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBK, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 27, 1873 Tin: .rx. IIOOSAO TVS- Concluded. wor.K pmcmed. Some months were consumed by the contractors In making preparations neces sary to cnablo them to carry out the con tract ; on tlio 29th of March, 1800, they commenced work nt the cast end, nnd liavo continued their labors without Intermission until Sunday last. On that day woikon the headings between tho central and west slinf ts was suspended to enable the migl neors to make estimates as to the proba bility of tho heading meeting right, lhit I urn getting on too fast. Woik on the central shaft was resumed April fi, and the west shaft July !!, 1800. In October a heavy rain storm so swelled the waters ot a brook on the west side of the mountain that nbout COW cubic yards of earth were thrown Into the ttiunel, choklug it up and stopping all woik. Is was not icmovcd bo that operations could bo it Mimed until tho Solli. The R'cord of nccl ilcntsthis year was long and mclanclio y,...

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