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every Fridayt at Island
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Editor an J rulillnher.
For Lieut.'-tovernor, T ' '
: Eben P. Colton
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OF MOXTTELIER. . "
hold tha ptirHe to provoke their pow- : Iijvp been sold nt a but it is don
er, lsjt tucj.resau.lj.'arhauieut ul.ie.J liv.ewxt aulU.iilv. b 27me
England soon nndeccivvd their hope. atTrihutr-s t!ie increase of American
Tlie London Journal were traurnn-: manuruct'irt'S at tliecot of British
ed. Exposluiation tuftied to doliance industry to the .ihrt;.Y ou ditv and
"Yon thought," lliey cried, " that, omr emiat or chit.-if-t pticVs of Hie Ameri-
patience n:n poltroomry.. You , mm- jean product. Aiio-!tr" joiirnrd attii
tcxk love rf icticfjlor fciir of war. Itl,t;s the decline.' of .British cotton
was a falrl blunder. Lean nov tliat, i trade to tin "fruit
far (Yon) dreading the might or nw ,Yi)i rmnnfii-f Air sr w'
einpiiv, xe rate Riis;-ia a but a tlirrd-l cu.-to'ini-ts by pibnt't' o!f on them
rate power la comparison with tho ex-1 adulterated g.jd," n- Wi ll a-i to the
hansticss strength of England. The j f;i(t that the - American manufacturer
SU Petersburg Cabinet found to their j can wodiix goods at- v.;n rt tit .n
horror that.wl at they had Uken far nl the Enrlih. Tic dispatch iw 't'.-i uo-
Special Business Notices.
A Word to Clergymc n.
, Early in the day of the 22d, th
(tolerates from tho dilfcrent portions
of the S.ata began to put in an ap
p 3aranco at Burlington, to attend the
IState Convention which had been
called for the following ttay; and by
evening the hotels were full to over
flowing of candidates; accompanied
with their friends and delegates.
Every one oeir.ed to be there for
purpose, and one standing aloof from
the multitude and the Van Ness
House might have heard expressions
of the following: -"Proctor I" "Best
man!" 'Teoplo'a choice!" IIowSs
third District?'' "Is Dale in the
fiold?" "Merrill, good fellow 1"
i'roctor cotiinn t carry n;s own
town !" "If ho don't get it fust ballot,
he won't get it all !" "Sprugue no ac
count! "Is Found going to run the
second District? "Brad's money will
carry i!" "Grout working like a ti-.
ger !" "Will.royce go again from the
iirst District?" ""Sowle's line m.m !"
"Gov. Stewart would like it!" "Ilei
dee's out of the field !" "No show !"
and other expressions of a similar
character, which would leave one in
doubt, wlietliet this was a convention
for the purpose of nominating State
officers, or a conglomeration of all the
District conventions in the Stat.
Messrs. Proctor, Merrill and Sprague
were on the ground eaily, prepared to
receive theu- friends ; and every new
arrival proved more conclusively that
Col Proctor was sure to be the favor
ite of the convention; Canvassing for
Stale tjfl'eers' -was kept up to a late
hour at night, Intermingled, with an
. active one for members of Congress
iii the different districts, and more
especially ii the third, to such an ex
tent that one delegate remarked that
'he supposed lie had come thereto
attend a Stale Convention ; but had
come to the conclusion that it was a
third District Convention."
Early the next morning "button
"holing" was resumed at a furious rate,
and kept nip until 11 o'clock, (the
time the Convention was .called.)
The Convention was called to order
by Hon. Geo. W. Grandey, Chairman
ot tne fcitate Committee in City flail
Upon roll call, it was ascertained that
the Convention was one of thb fullest,
'-if not the largest one ever held in the
State, some less than 50 being absent
from the entire list of delegates.
Upon receiving nominations for Gov
ernor, it was lonnct mat the opposi
tion to Col. Proctor was so far in 'the
minority, that he was nominated by
-acclamation. The principal struggle
was in nominating . Lieut-Governor,
and Hon. E. P. Colton received the
nomination on the second ballot, by a
majority of about 10. Hon. John A.
Page tvas nominated for State Treas
urer by acclamation.
Ihe resolutions were short and
. - a i
.ewecs, cna nnve .received comment
from papers all over this and other
States. The Burlington Brass Bind
serenaded the delegates from their
stand, situated in tut! -park opposite
tne V an JNess House. The Couven
tion passed off pleasf.ntly and liar
itioniousiy, anu everyone went awav
1. I . . 1 ! I .1 1 . .
luucu piL-aseo wiin me result, and
iraore especially the Grangers who
.succeeded in nominating their eandi
date for Lieut-Governor. Now all
we have to do, is for every man to do
his duty at the p0I.ls at the coming
election, and elect, the ticket by an
cur was a lion asleep. In their ex
tremity they sought help in every di
rection. Gci end Ignaticll' Lurried oil
to Vienna, but Count Andrassy give
him a fehoul.ler that might haveeluU
cd an iceberg. Then France, was
pressed to draw to their Mile' but M.
Wad iiiigton infwnncd Prince OdofY
that ln Government, though it would
preservo a tnct neutrality,' shared
England's view of the treaty -jf San
Sttfano. Next Italy was impo:'tiiiied
but to no purpo'ie. " As for Gernuny
Prince Iiisniark, from tho first,. Jim
made Ins . position very clear both at
SL Petersburg and at Lon loni ."I am
to be an honest broker," lie said; "I
will act as go between. Whatever
veu two can agree upon will suit me
perfectly well." Thin abandoned on
all sides, without a friend, unless it
bo little Servia, to lraw a weapon in
her quarrel, Russia has seen dier
strength turning U weakness a3 rap
idly as tho weakness of England was
being converted into power. Tho
Muscovite armies have dwindled,
gnawed by' the sharp tooth of diseasj.
The muscovite treasury was falling
fast into hopeless insolvency, ftince
the resistance appeared impossible she
has bowed at last to fate and accept
ed jhe cup of humiliation from the
hand of her hated rival.
on American iiiannf.K-tun'is tiie im
portance of maintaining the superior
taiivLu'il f their pood.- :mk1 celling nt
1W and cnmpnrali .vly euOiHnnerativtf
ratii for n time, by wli-eh menus, fdd-'
dl to our natural advantage., a stii'
greater fhar; in the, coveted trade in
Chin i, .l.ip.m and elsewhere nuy be
diverted into American channel.
Friend, fctp that fotig i ! Do not
noglect a Co. union' Coli even fur a
day-. It nuj end in Con'iiiiplion
ant dialh. Pkv, N. It- Dowvj,'
W.Mit follv of En"-' li:i8 curer. iiinii-nn, ooiii ohj
have 1 si ;h ir a" 1 .V" '"i;T am u "in curt- you, u
?l"ii liieiv mid in Ki-nson. Hum
E!i'-f has been liefore the American
penjde iDitrv-fix ykaks, and has nev
er failed to glre relief to ull who have
usut it. It has won its way by ac-
ti a-j, stian K, until it lias become a
household friend in thoiM:indi of our
let. families. Regular jihysiriaus use
and VeccjMiiyeiid it. Clcl gynuni -anti
public speakers are its be.-t patrons.
Radnniil employes, inucli exposed to
CcdJ.-r, fo'ni.!is, etc., should alwavs use
ii. , Fanner?,'. Lawyers, , Meichanis
and even bo ly, old and j-oung, speak
high.y in its praise. '
ror me ursu nine in nine weeks Uic
uews from Eu.ope has the true ring of
peace. I no dead-lock wh.eh has
puzzled and harassed the world is brok
. .. i I tt ' i i
en at lasi. meissnewas drawn so
sharply that both the triumph and
the discomfiture arc undeniable. 0
March 18 Prince Gortchakoft declared
to Lord Lot'tus that Russia would de
dine to discuss the treaty of San Ste
iano in ino congress except as to
clauses which affected Euroic.n' in
tcrcsts. Oil March 21 Lord Derby in
formed Count Schouvaloff that the
British Government could not recede
from the position which they had tak
en. They must insist upon their stipu
lation that every article in tho treaty
should be placed before the congress
On March 26, Count ScVouvalolf re
plied that the Imperial Cabinet id
refused to modify its declaration
hum, nine weeiis ago, tne two em
pires locked Uorus, and from that mo
inent the nations of Euroi e and Asi
hava stood breathless beside the arcn
in doubt as to which, if cither, of the
combatants would yield . the disputed
ground without a bloody struggle
From the outset the beariin of the an
tagonists has presented a conspicuous
contrast. England iias.held her posi
tion quietly, but very firmly, with ever
growing reliance upon her own
strength and incessant preparation to
employ to the utmost, Russia, on the
other hand, has oeen so wild in her
proj'ects, so bemused in her policy
that 6ho has made a surprising epe
tacle of hecself. Her diplomacy
which once took the highest rank for
.astuteness, has become the laughing
stock of the embassies. At first, tiie
liussiar s could hardly beli ve that
England was in earnest. They felt,
that a", power which , had borne their
scorn in December and their insults
in January could notpoasiblj;in March
We fail to see that the de-nocrat3
can accomplish much by their invest
igation of the alleged clec'don fraud
in Florida. Of course they hope to
make a little capital for use in the com
ing political campaign, but as the
country will understand that their in
vestigation is a mere partisan alliiir
it cannot have much effect upon public
opinion. 1 tie democrats lirve decided
that there shall be no investigation of
the election frauds in other states for
Inch they arc known to ba directly
responsible therefore, by preventing
fair inquiry they hurt nobody but
themselves; Neither can we see how
their proceedings can etfect the val-
Utv of the president's title. They
cannot, secure his impeachment with
out the aid of republican rotes, as it
requires a two-thirds vote to accom
plish that result. 1 lie only damag
ing effect the investigation can have
will be upon the business interests of
the country, an 1 to delay the full res
toration of confidence between the sec
tions. St. Albans Weeldii Mcssewwr.
Tub Mvtt it Explatxei'. There
has beep n go id deal, of "wohder
m dit" at. the hesitation of Russia in
not following Mip her successes and
pitching into England. The reason
undoubtedly is thit the Czar received
a copy of the Loudon Daily Tvicijraih
which contained the following modest
paragraph,, mid concluded, like Capt
Scott's coon, to "come down" id
once. It won't do to say anything
about American brag and blaster
'Tlicy arc" fravens or simpletons
who talk with bated breath of the
vastness of Russia, and tr nible at the
thought of combat with her. The sim
ple fact is 'and it -ought to make us
as indulgent as jfo.'.sdte to tins semi
barbarious nation : hat if England is
forced to draw the sword we can in
one, or two, or three yewrs, or as
inanv more as may be necessary, ut
terly bleak up the Russian dynasty in
resolution ami bankruptcy; and deal
with Asia as we please for the future.
Impregnable ourselves, and command
ing all the seas, we can seal up the
commerce of the unwieldy and auio
craiic empire, and, wild leisurely
campaigns, wear and worry Inr to
death, while, step by step, she recedes
along the path of her con .nests."
' The Stewart-Women's Hotel having
failed as to its original purport, it is
now ueing cn.ingod at a cost ol ?oU,
000 to a general hotel. -Judce Hilton
declared that that the wonajn will not
live apot from the :neu, and he tried
to so impress the late Mr. Stewart.
Notwithstanding ad the advantages
and luxuries of this mngnilicent home,
only oO working women availed them
selves of its benefits. Its rules were
too strict, and its guests were few.
Thooe able to pay the prices asked
for board could secure elsewhere the
accommodations desired, -with larger
liberty. It se.?ms to have liepn run
on , ne principle tint women had no
rights, and are en! it led to none. So
q -Jq -qq-l- ST-E AY-ED
! There came into mf -enclosure
The Last shall be
Tire m.M or
(. '.. ', Have you Yellow Eyes?
Baxters Mandrake Bitters will cei1
ts.uly cure yon. If yo.i have any
diflicuay, Indigestion, Constipation,
p.iin in the rignt side, try these Bit
ters at once, and ee how much good
you C'.ui receive for 2o cents. 51 ly
A Remedy t'oat Never Fails.
lienry & Joouson s Arnica and Oil
Liniment is an external remedy for
man or beast, for curing Wound.
Sprains, Strain?, Soresv Cuts, Bruises,
Burns and U'cers of every kind, in
cluding Skin Diseases generally ; and
while its application is hatmless and
uevr paiiiJ'ul, its elleuls are : most
wonderful. As a Famii.t Liximext
it meets the wa'its ot every house
hold. Warranted to satisfy all who
u'ie it. .
A. -Bar licit & Co.,
Of Island Pond, Vt., tcing the last
o ses in this village to go to market to
buy good, they was able to buy at a
less price than other firm in tho place
owing to the
Of prices which have occurred since
their re-turn Consequently " wo
are able to successfully com
ANY OTHER F RM
Saturday May 13th I84S, three heads
of ca!Ue,,viartwo2) Blark yearling
bcifera. one haying a white utar in
tins forehead and a while tail, and
one (1) two-yeocold uteir. L lie
owner cau have the p awe by call.nc
at my residencfil, s provinj prop.rty
and paying charges.'
G. W. LANG,
Brigutox, VL, May 23, 1878.
W. W, CIIKNEY,
Klm.il Pond House Cutting " chil
dren's hair nn honing razors a peci
ality: Bay rum fdr evctv eustomer.
UEOKOE W. UAKTSHOKS ,
Ator'y. & Counsellor at Lftw,
CASAA. TERMOXT. '
D. S. STORES,
Attorny & Oh nscllor at Law
Agent for all the principal'' ;'
Fire INSURANCE COMPANIES.
ISLAND POND, VERMONT.;
in the Eat has attracted considerably
attention, but nothing comparo
to the excitement now ging
who has just returned from market
with a varied and complete assort"
Our stock of goods is complete
all its branches, consisting oX
The harmonious action, of the Ver
mont Repuuliean Convention last
riuirsday dispelled whatever appre
hension the spirited canvass which
las baen going on respecting the can
didacy has created. All the elements.
after consultation, united upon Col.
Redtield Proctor as the candidate for
Governor, and the hearty enthusiasm
of the Convention give assurance that
tiie gallant Republicans of that ttawclt
Republican state will roll up one of
their magnificent majorities next Sep
tember. Ihe platform of the Conven
tion is brief but comprehensive. Its
indorsement of the Administration, in
its general policy and motive, carries
with it an appreval of thu linaucjial
policy of Secretary Sherman and his
determination to bring the country to
a specie basis. t approves all of the
efforts of the Administration to secure
administrative re-form and accords to
the President that honesty of purpose
and motive to which all fairniiuded
men will concede that he is cn'.illod
As Vermont is one of the first liepubi
lican States to speak this fall, th
country will look with more than
usual interest to see if tne Republicans
ranks stand by the old Republican
faith. It is not' enough, therefore,
that the Republicans of Vermont elect
their ticket. They must see to it that
Vermont makes her devotion to Re
publican principles emphatic by an
oid tune majority. boston Jutcrnal
.Tim Jinilni-stsrnoil would rrwpvrt fully tn
fovm tliu inlitililiiinls of Ishi'ul P .nil an I vl
utility ttit lili brn.i.1 curt will Htni-t li-nrn the
b ikeiy.' on Vlmirlay mix', ttiH M t.f .lunn, h vl
i (.in '.inc. .l:il.v. Un'Oiiifli I lio xammer. to tui
ply tiicm witli livsli bread.
Brown Bread St Baked Beans,
orery Snmla:,- morning. I shall muksaspec
luliy ot cluiico
PASTRY AND CAKES-
Thankful for past favors, and solicllni; an
iiioreasoci muire, I i-iiiu.iui, very rospuctfully,
1 1 iii m m
I am now ready to
crs with the latest
Rocent occurrences in'India show
the extent to which the English rulers
exert their authority in that country,
while they indicate a danger which
must ever bo guarded against. . .The
great Temple of Juggerniulh basheen
in the care of the Rajah of Khurdah,
who holds the hereditary oflije of Puri
iu Onssa. Ihe young man lately en
joying this trust, was in the eyes of
millions of Hindoos, the incarna
tion of the god Vishnoo, and for that
reason, ten thousand times ai9:c sit
ci'ed than becauso he is successor of
the line of kings that once ruled :ti
over India. Believing that ho was th
victim of sorcery, the ltajli induced a
hp.y m.nidicaul whom he charged with
sorcery, to enter his palaen ami with
the aid of attendants, he subjected tin
man. to tortures that caused his death
He was tried under the laws which
England proclaims shall give justice
to all alike, aud, with his accomplices,
has been sentenced to transportation
for life. Tho result of the trial causes
much dissatisfaction in Hindoo circles.
StFF.r.ioit AtoutiAto Gooes. 0oi
sul-General Bad can of Loudon in a
recent dUpateh to the State Depart
ment In relation to the recent strikes
iu England, and the influence of Am
erican competition on the markets of
England, says it is conceded, although
unwillingly, that the competition of
this country has a potential influence
in diminishing tho English colton
trade fit home and abroad. Engbmd
now bcr.its less than one-third the
quantity of goods to t he UVtel States
that bIc seuf iu'lRCO, while, o-. 'the
other hand, 30,000 pieces of cotton
goods are shipped IVor.i . the United
Staffs to England each week. Jt has
been stated that the American goods
the great enterprise which promised
so much to wotiiut!, will accomplish
another and different put pose.
A distressing circumstance connect
ed with tlie'c.illing out of the Reserves
in England is the. fact that quite a
large number of the. men thus sum
moned to tho service of the Govern
ment have left their families entirely
unprovided for. and in a condition of
such great want as to throw them up
on the parish authorities for support.
Tim latter exercise their ovn discre
tion as to dealing with th"in, and the
only alternative which many of them
present is admission to the woikhonse.
lo compel the military scrico of
heads of fa.ni'ies, an 1 then to consign
these families to the workhouse, in
couipaijionship with the idle and
criminal classes, is a policy scarcely
worthy of a great, humane ar.d wealthy
nation. the Government is struti-
ling with the .problem, though as vet
with no further result .than to make
ths petty allowance from the War Of
fice payable in advance instead of in
It-is a ,ulk:r curious fact that both
Mr. Gladstone and Mr. John Bright
should be opposed to the -vaccinal ion
law. At a public anti-vaccination
meeting held at Manchester the other
day, a letter was read from, Mr,
Bright, . regretting that ."Parliament
had made vaccination .compulsory.,
and in a previous letter lie said, "The
law is monstrous, and ought to be re
pealed." Mr. Gladstone is equally
p.(iriounc?d in his views, and it is cer
tainly lo bo regretted that two men of
such great influence with the public
should encourage resistance to the
law at a time when email pox appears
to be establishing itself as a perman
ent scourge iu England.
.Among some eight or ten persons
confirmed by Bishop Paddock, at
Christ Church, Cambridge, last week.
was Rev. Frederick Palmer, pastor of
the Congregational church at Revere,
wlu has tendered hia l e;sign:Uion of
that oflice aa l will at once enter the
Episcopal ministry. Mr. Palmer is
one of four brothers, sons of the late
Deacon Julius A. Palmer of Mount
Vernuii Church iu this oily, and ueph
ews of Rev, Dr., AUy Palmer. An
elder brother., a business man of Bos
ton, precede! him into tho Episcopal
Church a few years sim.'e, and about
one year ago lie was received into the
Roinau Catholic Church.. Rev. Ed
ward Abbott, formerly an cd.tor of the
Vongregationalist, was conlirme;1 at
tho same time. Cmnionu)callh.
SPRING & SUMMER STYLES-
A good assortment of
constantly on hand, and NEW
GOODi received weekly.
Mrs. N. B. NASOX,
CIlOSS S1KEKT, ISLAND 10X1 , VrilMOXT
I lcg Inavft, ana lako this opportunity lo
iiiinoiii.im to thu itn.l the siimniinlhitf toA'ti,
thai. Ihnvc oliiiilneil ni. ngtmuy lor some ot
me ucsb i.ir c una r iuu
also for the New American anil Wilson
Mason A Hamblin ami Now England
0 RG AN S,
Pfwinf: jl'-r-hlnps nnt Ore-nns oH on tlip in
puiln.ent l'lun HI mii .11 profits. Insurance ot
nil IiIihU elT.-et'-il, In n,iv (food, relihblo com
imnv:v' I should 1,p plrn'srit to T'tfHvp u rati
trie., fny tt'en.N who nto l: wiml-o' mrj lhin
in Iho above iiinnv.l li e. and I ill li-y and
srtUMlJ' tliem uial 1 ion commit WUL only
A LIVING .PROFIT
for tbf remuneration of niy laboio. Offlue
epposito C.ibtoui House. t '
G. S. ROBINSON, J
: IIAZAKD'S !r;
Patent Swing Crib.
It is now said that the average pas
torate in New England is three years.
Wo believe that the .itinerancy in tho
Methodist Church has been, extended,
so that a minister in some tascs may
return to the same Church for three
years, and thus the itinerancy and thft
fixed pastorate now me.i.-lire, precisely
nttki-.-l'rMyterian. , . , . ,
,.At West Glover, a . female tvacher
laiiiiut. hciiooi soiiie weeKs- wiiljout a
. cerliticate, and the district rcfu.-ed lo
pay. her wagas. Mio btought
and recovered 1'2 ami costt?. .
And .others having the care of child
yen will save many steps, 4tnich tint
and at xiety, by purchasing the HAZ
ARD CRIB. It is rjnieling to the
children, simple, convenient ar.d at
tractive, and is ranui.v growing ui'jo
public favor, Jt is for sale by Fur
niture Dealers generally.
BANCROFT & DYER
SOI K MAM'FAfTClfKliS.
ISO Trcinont Strcef, Boston.
-. Jj-ir. AX
HATS AND CAPS,
We have also a large sto'k of
Our stock cf
Ladies & Gents Boots,
la large and of tho best quality.
OX pint 'aetnoisno ajaaj joj jsjiox u
'IU0V.U3 'pUOd pU13S
'3H01S s.xxanava ansojao .
'siuooaSujooduiuiis PUB ..
"SIZfllFH '3. "a
W. W. LOMBARD,
Watchmaker and Jeweller
ISLAND POND, VERMONT,
ISLAND POND, V.
Bath and Billiard Rooms Connected
Also a flrsl cluss I.lvery In connection wlln
tho Hou.ie. '1 Ins honae is coniu'CH-d' Willi
tho Depot by covered wulk. All train slop
here for meals. - ,
D. & M K, STONE, Prop'r,
of all descriptions. Sfy
consist of the latest novelties irr
GLOVES, . '
LIVELY AND FEED STABLE.
nnv!n leased the b irn of the Mand Pond
lloiuc, 1 Mm now pivpiii-nl to let gooU teiiniH,
..i!h or without drivers, nt retisoimblo vnle.-.
Teams put lip nnd Imiteil and ood enre given
Ihem while under my ware. Respectfully,
ISLAND POND, VERMONT.
etc., etc., etc.
Grocery Saloon I
CIGARS, TOBACCO, COXFECTIOXEttT, &C.
ISLAND POND, VlMJiHONT
IliivirK-lpnopd tor n tenn of ypflrs nd
thorouirl.iy fitted np n shop opposite tho olit
Orist Mill, the SHbscrihers rre now prepmed
to do till kinds of painlii fr in the best
Rtyl". on Hhoi l notice, and ut ihe most leas
W can sell Gents fine calf Boots
for $2 50. - "
Gents very fine sewed calf boots for
And all kinds of boots for Ladies sit
correspondingly low prices.
We make a specialty In selecting
House and Carriage Painting'
All its Branches.
Sign, Ornamenta ; end Land
"Also, all kinds of FURNMTl'RK re-'riduted
Piirtlcul.ir attention paid lo Um niug.
Afte. twenty-six years' experience wo fevl
confident In ussurir.K Ihe public, that -we can
o anything in our line of Iminess in a first
class manner. We una ant -e satisfaction
in wo' k and prleni. Paints of all km. Is mix
ed. Trices to suit tho timea. Terms cash.
rroduce ol all kinds taken iu exchange ul
D. C, STEVENS & CO. .
land Pond. Vt.. January 23. 1878. V H-ly
Of which we keep on hand ' Tiie
best qualities of Spring Wheat Pat
ent and Winter pastries that - the
EN, MEAIi AND
We hnrc 1-tft received ft lnrp;o nsortmcnt
of LOUTS' AM C of (litlV i nut
Rt.le, an. I are now prep .trod to fumi-tli ihem
lo our pall on on shoi t, uutit;o. ,
Wo eim Kive yon a l.utHr tlulshed coffin oi
Ca.-I,., ai is (-!)): (.. -1 price, than oilier arm lu
Nor liefn. Nrw Finland. . . ,, ,
. f'Git-e ns a cnll.C!' ; '
(i. S. A& & ON,
LON F.NBUEQ, Vt., Hay , 1S78.
In sacks always on hand at bottom
' ptices. ' . ' ''
While wo make special efforts to
accommodate parties needii.g credit,
we are net 'U..iuiudful of tiie wants of
a large litis of close ct,sli customers
who favor us with their patronage, bu".
assure all such that they will always
iind rare bargains at owr store.
A. BARTLETT & Co-
ISLAND POND, VERMONT.
Rawson & Fojllle,
(Successors 10 N. E. ISokney.)
AND DEALERS l.N
Drugs, Chemicals, Eancy Goods
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Books, Sta
tionery, Toilet Articles, Shears, 8cis
sors, Pocket' Knives, Tobacco, and
Cigars, , . ,
ISLAND POND, VT, '
A. Q. rOTTLFi, It. D
J. i). wkitu:
WATCHMAKER A JEWELLER
Island Toud," Vermout.
Consislirtg of White and Fancy
Shirts,-Underwear, Ties, Collars etc
Sir stock of
I have opened a storo lor the sale of
and hope by baina; content with small prod's
and h a strict attention to business, to merit
a portion of mlilia patronage. '-'
W. n. ADAMS.
Island Pond. Vt., Mny 10. 137S.
L. S. STRONG,
OF ALL KINDS.
Repnirtng of all kinds done pro-mvrtly and
In a manner which cannot fail to suit the
most particular persons. All kinds of
Tuken in exchange for work at tha liiKhest
market price. 1 use noticing but th verj best
of sti.cK, nit any mm. who may favor me
with tlioir work, i will guarantee will be auf.
slieU. , .
Curry Combs, Brushes, Mane
Comtis, Cards, etc,' etc.. always on
nlind ; and will be sold at reasonable
piiecs. , .
Wagon trimming, a Speciality.
Derby Street. ' Island Pond, Yt.
A, S. TwneuKi.i,, Ai.i'iti.1. It Evans,
, , CoinuiiMkloatM-for Me., Kot.ary Publie
j rpWlTCtlKLL, & F.VAXS.
TTOIlJYR'S It COft.YHEI.OnS
OFFICE XO 10. KXCHAXliS STREET,
. GORItAM, IL
Yill attend to practise In tiie Conrti of
N- It,, and Oxfor.1 County. Mo, ; , . I. ly.
. A. Q POTTLE, M. D.,
4. ii.J .V MUka
ISLAND, POND, VERMONT.
Oflli at, DniK Moifl. Kesldrnce nt Mrs.
Umiplun's. C'ails uilemlcd day or ninlil.
: ' j7Cm A N SlM
Sliorifl far Ssses Co
Rcnidencn ftt ISLAND POXP. Vt. Offloa U
the.Post Otlica Building.
is the finest without exception in Es
BOOTS S SHOES.
of every grade and quality to suit
both young and old.
: AND ;
! PAINTS & OILS,
all of which I propose to sell
CHEAP FOR CASH.
or in exchange far Country rroduce.
I ialio th.is.opporti.nity to tbnnk my
fj im Is and pations for past .faxors,
and hope by a strict attention to Iium
utss to merit a: continuance of tho
stone. ' m' ,
C. M. DYER,
MAIN St. ISLAND FOND.