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NEWS AND CITIZEN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1894.
5 JOHNSON. , R. T. Foster baa goo to Ltndoimlle. Mr. Paul J one is a gumt at Mra. William Joan'. Meeting at the Bap tint church Saturday at 2 p. m. MiM Joehine Fifk from Mans., ia a guest at 1). S. Scott "a. Mr. Miner of Milton, ia a guest at Mrs. Joel l'artlow'a. Clumie Fullington ia taking a lew dnjs' outing on his wheel. Mr. Jorrion ia ponding some time aitb friends in Urwneboro. Mrs. Nathan McKarland U the guent of Mrs. It. W. MtFarland. Abide Dubray of Meriden, Ct., recently vis ited ber parents in town. G. A. Sturtevant Las reuted Eli Atwell's place and taken possesKion. Mrs. Goodrich and diniKhter Grace, visited their friends in tos h lust Heck. Dr. Cook of Burlington, was a gucut nt B. L. Austin's one day last seek. Mrs. Walbridtie and son Allen, Lave gone to l'lukinVld for a short vacation. Minsps Alice and Grace Waite are spending several weeks with friends in Stone. A party of Jones' consisting of four fami lies, are camping at lake Cham plain. Mrs. II. h. Story and mother, Mrs. Law, are boarding with Mrs. Cyrus Davis. Mrs. C. H. Stevens and sons returned to their home in St. Albans last Friday. The ladies praver missionary meeting will be held with Mrs. Parish Friday p. m. Miss Mabel Honors is spending the week with friends in Sheldon and Underbill. Dr. Prentiss of Burlington, was a guest of Rev. Mr. Stanley a few days last week. Miss Lucy Baker is spending a few days with friends in Jericho and Burlington. Mr. Laraway and his daughter Mrs. Eugene Gautheier, are visiting friends in Maine. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hunt spent the Sab bath in Waterbury at Mrs. Hunt's father's. Rev. Mr. Clark of Grand Me, and Mr. Donnell will exchange pulpits rjext Sunday. Miss Flora Tenil and Miss Hosmer are attending the summer school at Morrisville. Miss Alice Winchester visited Mt. Mans field last week with a party from Waterville. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Buck of St. Albans, spent the Subbath with their brother in town. Mrs. Butler and daughter, Frances, from New York, are guests at Mrs. M. H. Parish's. I. L. Pearl & Co. have been making some improvements to their office, adding a porch. Charles Patch has vacated the Atwell house and has rented Miss Luc i ml a Dodge's rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Culver of Waterbury, spent the Sabbath with their uncle, Tucker Mans field. Miss Rosa Gilbert of Burlington, is visit ing her friends, Misses Mabel and Genie Austin. Mrs. Helen Morgan anJ daughter, from Brookliiie, are spending a few weeks in town at D. G. Holmes'. Frank Leach has returned from Manches ter, with a very fine horse, of which he has just reason to be proud. William Bolewine's family arrived last week. They are occupying Enoe Sherwin'a house recently vacated by Murry Buck. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pike and diiughter Lizzie were in Cambridge Inst week to attend a family reunion of Mrs. Pike's friends. The Sunday school classes of Miss Hannah Tracy and Miss Lucy Lelund enjoyed a very pleasant picnic lust Friday p. m. on Miss Tracy's lawn. There will be a sociable at the Baptist par sonage Friday evening. It is given in honor of the guests in town. Every oue is cor dially invited. SWANTON DOWNED 'EM. The Swanton Courier thus writes up the Swanton-Jobnson game: Johnson came down Tuesday and Swan ton captured the whole outfit 1 to 5 and it is not as gloomy hereabouts as it was when we kicked ourselves back from Cambridge, July 4. There is a bit of crape hanging on the base ball door of Lamoille county just now; it was a sad home going for the boys Tuesday night. We were sorry for 'em. The game was a good one because we won, but it lacked the ginger and uncertainty that marked the St. Albans game. The meeting was without a kick and the visitors lost sole ly because we happened toputup an old-time Swanton game. Young Mr. Dodds was the king pin for as and the boys were back of him about all the time. He struck out eiitbt men to Miner's four. Dodds is as cool at critical points as a white spine cucumber, the kids love him and the base ball cranks insist he must have the freedom of the city. Dave Tudhope was as lively as a steel trap and he caught Dodds' swift delivery without an error. The stick work of the Swanton's was great, 18 hits to Johnsons 7. The boys literally knocked the cover off the bull. Prouty had two 2-baggers and Keenan and Gould one each. Keenen, by the way, is get ting his eye on the ball as of old and from now on some fine batting may bo expected of him. Of stolen bases Swanton bad nine and Johnson four. On errors, however, honors were even, each team haviim five. The same day Chicago had six and Pittsburg five. Gould is a mighty handy man on the ball field all the time. The pony pair, Bell and Prouty, act like professionals. Moore is get ting acquainted with bis new position and knows where he is at all the time. All of Bruley's old-time snap is coming back to him and the way he sneakslrom base to base is a caution. Folsom handled the stick well. A son of ex-Governor Page plays 2nd for Johnson and plays it well. The visitors wero a nice lot of young men and we are very glad they. came down. Come again. Swanton 2 12 14 10 314 Johnson 0 00 1004 05 ..' WATERVILLE. A W. C. T. U. has been organized in town. Mr; and Mrs. Ed Culver was in Jericho over Sunday. B. Chase has gone to Burlington, where he has a job. Miss Grace Parker is visiting friends in Colchester. Frank Howard is stopping in Fairfield for a few weeks. " -' Mrs. Howard Skinner is visiting her pa rents at Waterville. Mrs. Corliss A. Beard is stopping with friends in Cambridge. 0. L. Bourne of the Cambridge Transcript was in town Saturday. Eddie Weston of Hanover, N. H., was the guest or t,. i. Mann tne pust week. H. W. Dow and daughter of Wakegon, III. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hulburd. Mrs. Wm. McElroy died on Saturday and was taken to Underbill on Monday for inter ment. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winthrop of Merri mac. Mass., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tobin. Ned Chaffee, Merritt Mann, Burton Willey, and Winlord rarker are camping through the week at Belvidere pond. , Dr. C. L. Hodgkins has hung out his sign at the Parker House where he has taken rooms and opened an omen. The Waterville cornet band have accepted an invitation and will go with the excursion to AuBable Chasm on Saturday next. There will be communion services at the Methodist church on Sunday the 5th at 7: 80 p. m. Preaching by the Presiding Elder. Dr. Hulburd has just placed a new telephone in his office, putting him on the main line through Waterville, Lam Linage anu Beiyi dcre. There was no preaching service at the Union church on Sunday, Rev. Mr. Howard being called to Northfleld by the sickness of his mother. 8TOWB, Mrs. Kate Prterron is ill. Mrs. Charles Cutler is visiting in Canada. John Straw is off doty and on the sick list. Mrs. George Gibhs is reported as quit sick. An epidemic of a bilious nature is ragiug in town. A violent wind storm passed here Wednes day last. Many strangers are in town spending the rummer. Mrs. Dodge and children went went early last week. Horatio Culkins is very sick and notexpect ed to live. Clark Sisters' Minstrel tioupe expected here on Saturday ve. H. E. Straw has the frame of bis house np and nearly boarded. Come to the centennial, come early, stay late and take it all in. A log house is being erected on Main street lor the exhibit of antiquities. An ice cream festival was held at the Cong'l church on Friday night of last wiek. Mrs. Irving, son and father are stopping with ber uncle, Lee Atkins, for the present. The Ladies Circle was held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Cooly on Wednesday last. The Bigelow Bros., Walter of Burlington, and Wilbur of Salem, Mass., are at home for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock of Brooklyn, are expected in town in a few days to aguiu spend the summer. The house of Will Cross of Sterling, was burned on Wednesday, with how much or how little is not known. "Hazel Kirke" will be presented here Sat urday evening of this week by ladies and gen tlemen from Morrisville, assisted by Cbos. W. Russell. Repairs on some of our sidewalks should be made before we celebrate. They are in a very dilapidated condition and will merit the criti cism rather than the praise of strangers. During the centennial on Wednesday the 8tb, Mr. 0. J. Benson and others will enter tain people and their teams for a reasonable price. In fact no one need fear the lack of accommodation, nor that they will be charg ed high prices. Early last week Mrs. Ida Lord and daugh ter of III., who are stopping here with Iriends, received information that their residence, with a large portion of the town in which they lived, had been consumed by fire, noth ing being saved. Those who have in charge the arrangement and care of relics of "ye olden time" at the antiquarian exhibit at the celebration, earn estly desire the assistance of the peoplo in their collection. We are all anxious to have a large showing of these articles, but the committee will find it utterly impossible to do this work alone and get together all the autinuated keepsakes that should be on ex hibit, so every one is earnestly asked to bring such things they think will be a curiosity to the public, to the log museum on Main st., during Tuesday or early Wednesday morn ing. Don't think what you have is of no ac count; it will be interesting to many and help make the occasion a grand success. Everybody is booming the Centennial. Mrs. Jennie Coburn of Manchester, N. H., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Nelson. Several went from here on the excursion to Lake Memphremngog Wednesday. Mrs. Lillian Parlin, of Natick, Mass., is spending t he summer at her mother's. Herbert Drew of Pepperrill, Mass., is spend ing a ten days vacution with his parents. The sulijpct at the next meeting of the Y. P. C. U. will be "Self Control and How to Get It." B. E. Stockwell's barber shop was entered last Friday night by sneak thives. They car ried away twenty-two razors, two pair of clippers, f 4.00 in money and a valuuble nana bag. They lett three razors, one pair of clip pers, and his brushes and combs, so that the barber could start up work Saturday morn ing. MOSCOW. Mrs. Julia Irving and her son are stopping with her niece, Mrs. Smith. Miss Carrie Cros9field of Waterbury. spent last Sabbath with her sistpr. Mrs. Flora Boynton and children are stay ing at her father's, H. Fuller. Mrs. John McMahon of Waterbury, died July 29, after a long and very painful illness. We are very glad to say Miss Sarah Parish is home and the operation on her eye was a success. Mary Mclntyre and Vira Smith are expect ed this week; also Mary Wnite of Shelburne, is coming to spend some time with her sister, Mrs. Mat tie Smith. Hial Atkins of Hampton, Va., is staying vith his grand-daughter, Mrs. Fred Smith. Also Lee and Adilie Mclntyre of Crown Point, N. Y., are stopping with their cousin, Mrs. Smith. t'ADY'S FALLS. Fred Dow is putting new rooting on the ell of his house. Miss Ida Holbrook and Mrs. Story visited Mrs. Carr recently. Mrs. Blakely and son of Montpelier visited Edson Cheney recently. Those who attended "Hazi-1 Kirke" were de lighted with its presentation. A. B. Pease who was so dangerously ill, seems to have tully recovered. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland of Boston were guests at Ira Carr's Tuesday. Mrs. Shepard who has been ill so long, died at her home in Garfield Monday last. A.M. Cheney ot Orange, Mass., who has bsen visiting friends here, returned Tuesday. Mr. Hilliard says his best Republican hen recently presented him with an egg measuring 8V4x0V4 inches. . Sneak thieves recently forced an entrance into Mrs. Papiueau's cellar and stole fruit jars, jell v, pork, etc., Friday night. ELMORE. Mrs. W. B. Harris is quite poorly. O. D. Bacon took a trip to Barre last week. A. A. Bliss and Preston Peake are in Barre on business. Mrs. May J. Parker is stopping for a time with Mrs. Will Talbert. Martin Spaulding is erecting a veranda to the ell part of his house. Rev. Mr. Wills caught a pickerel last week weighing 3 pounds ( ounces. Bertha Peake has finished her school of thirteen weeks in district No. 5. Col. Woodbury's son Eddie, was in town last week visiting his uncle, Alonzo Darling. B. E. Merriam has accepted the position of Principal in the Hampton Institute, Fairfax. W. B. Harris was worse and confined to his bed over Sunday, but is better at this writing. Clara A. Merriam, Bertha Peake and B. E. Merriam are attending the summer school at Morrisville. V. L. Slayton of Montpelier, was in town last week making arrangements for harvest ing his hay crop. Harrison Dodge of Morristown.has bought and is harvesting the grass on Mrs. Wilson Uriswold's place. Mrs. Lucy P. Demmon of Fitchburg, Mass., arrived in town lust Wednesday night, and is making a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. B. Harris. Mrs. A. C. Merriam returned this week from an eight weeks' trip in the west. She visited at her brother's, I. W. Silloway of Binnfiold, III., also in Chicago, Oberlin, Cleveland, and Chazy, N. Y. Pay up for your paper. CAMBRIDGE. Mina Flanery lias ber sister with ber this week. Mrs. R. G. Ma coy ia in Darlington for medi cal treatment. Mra Well of the American House, has to sisters visiting her. I'd! n services were held at the Methodist church Sunday morning. ' Miss Rosa Cheyer of Ruilington, is in town stopping with her mother. Catholic services were held at the home of Mrs. Cheyer Tuesday morning. Mrs. Hopkins conducted aervicea at the Mission rooms Sunday morning. Miss Eula Parker is in Morrisville, attend ing the summer school for teachers. Miss Augusta Boomhower gave n very in teresting talk before the Y. P. ij. C. E. Sunday evening. Mrs. C. B. Waite has received word from herdauuhter. Mrs. D. K. Steveus, annoiiLiing their safe arrival at their home in Tucoiua, Washington. W. M. Smith and H. L. Story have re turned from Queen City park, where they have been during the past week, erecting a cottnge for their friends. Mrs. M. Brush entertained the Lndies' Home Missionary society last Thursday; also the children of the "Needlework Guild." Avery pleasant time was erjoyed by all. The body of Allen Leach of Morrisville was brought here Thursday for burial. The ser vices were held from the Cong'l church of this place; the Cong'l minister of Morrisville, con ducted the Ber vices. A. G. Ktinehour was made happy last Fri" day alternoon and evening by having several of his friends come in and remind him that he had lived sixty-two years. Among those from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pike of Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Stine hour and Mr. and Mrs. A. Hawley of Jeffer sonville. A pleasant time was had by all, especially those who came lost. A MEMORIAL VOLUME. Presentation by Citizens of Cambiidge to PoBt No. 10, G. A. R. During the many years that have passed since the organization of PoBt No. 10, G. A. R. September, 1808 no event of more in terest or importance to its members and friends and to the patriotic citizens of the town has transpired, excepting the dedica tion of Memorial Hall, than that of the meet ing there on the afternoon of July 21, 181)4. On that occasion a presentation to the Post was made by some of our most generous and patriotic citizens of a beautiful and valuable memorial book in which the record of every comrade and soldier of the town who partic ipated in the war for the preservation of the Union will be inscribed. The presenta tion speech for the donors was made by one of them, Rev. Edwin Wheclock, in a most eloquent and felicitous manner. A brief and appropriate reply of acceptance was made by the post commander, C. D. Gates; then followed an able and eloquent address by Department Commander C. F. Braneh of Newport, which was listened to by the large and appreciative audience with marked in terest. Vocal and instrumental music added to the pleasure of the occasion, including a duet by Miss Mary Ellinwood and Miss Ella Waite. The recitation of the poem "Our Heros" by Master Herbert Burns, the grandson of a soldier who died at New Or leans iu 1804, was well done and met with hearty applause. It was gratilying to the comrades that one ot the aged and respected donors, Madison Sufford, was able to be present, accompanied by his estimuble wife. The unavoidable absence ot another doner, "Uncle Harry" Montague, was a disappoint ment. The presence of Elisha Bentley, another of our venerable men (Senntor from Lamoille county in 1804) added dignity to the services. Among the donors present were Byron S. Ellinwood, Ralph Mudgett and wile, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Gray, donors in their fathers' names in the names of Eli Elliu wood and E. P. Mudgett, deceased. At the close of the exercises all were invited to par take of refreshments served by the W. li t,', in the dining hall. The invitation was gen erally accepted and an enjoyable banquet closed the meeting. NORTH HYDE PARK. Mrs. Luther Woods is in town. Ben Bowen is moving to Ober Hill. The full term of school will begin Sept. 8. Hattie Burnett visited in Stowe last week. Mrs. Kelley of Waterville was in town over Sunday. John Thompson is happy over the advent of a boy. Miss Mary Butts of Chicago is visitiog at L. P. Butts.' The iron bridge near Geo. Allen's is com pleted and is a dandy. Rev. Mr. Wilbur is to make Eden his home for the next four mouths. Mrs. Wetherbvof Burlington spent Sunday with her neice, Mrs. Joseph Foss. L.E.Harrington was in town Monday in the interest of the Parkhurst estate. Mrs. Wm. Page is at work for Carroll Munn who is rejoicing over the advent of an addition to his family. Ober & Parker have their new mill nearly completed. Iheir engine has arrived, and they will Boon Btart up with a large force. WORCESTER. Mrs. Alice Pratt Is quite sick. Miss Bernice Hunt visited in town lust week. A. A. Bliss of Elmore, was in town Satur day. Mrs. Fred Jacobs is visiting her father in W illiamBtown. Edmund Utton is able to be out again, but is looKiug very ieeuie. Mrs. Caroline Pike and her mother, Mrs. WL i ;x ' 11 uiLuey, are iu iowu. Anna Wilson is in Morrisville, attending tne summer scnooi tor teacners. L. W. Porter of West Berlin, was in town last week looking over things with a view to locating. Henry and Frankie Abbott, with Miss Lill ian Vail ad Henry Dunham, went to North field on Saturday last. We had a very severe hail storm Thursday last, doing much damage, especially to corn. Elmer Brown bad two hogs killed by light ning duriDg the storm SHILOH'S CURE is sold on a guarantee. It cures Incipient Consumption. It is the best Cough Cure. Only one cent a dose. 25 cts.. SOcts., and f 1.00. Sold byH. J.Dwinell. EAST CAMBRIDGE. Mr. and Mrs. A. Demerritt. visited their son Albin in Johnson last Monday. Hazel Moiles of Milton, is spending some time with her aunt, Mrs. N. J. Nye. Miss Frances O'Connor of New Haven.Conn. js visiting her uncle, Albert Demeritt. Anna L. Demeritt of Johnson, was recently a guest of her grandfather, A. Demeritt. Goldie Smith of Jeffersonville spent several days of last wetk visiting Mrs. Gilbert Gon yeau. Womens' Weapons. In "King Lear" Shakespere speaks oftearsas "womens' weap ons." There is another weapon that should be in the hands of every woman throughout the land a weapon with which to flght.those diseases peculiar to the gentler sex. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the weapon we mean. Jt will do more good, in routing that "dragging-down " feeling or those unac countable but terrible pains, than a river of tears. Dr. R. V. Pierce: Dpnr Sir Your advice to Mrs. Sayler was carefully followed, and five bottles of Dr. Pierce'B Favorite Prescription, lam happy to say, has cured her of uterine congestion. She is feeling finely. I assure you I appreciate your kindness. With many thanks, I am. Yours to command, Jos. Sayler, Bryson, Cal. WOLCOTT. Sixty-aeren tickets sold here for the Mem- phremagog excursion. Dr. A J.Valleau is penitlnir a few days at Napaiiee. Out , tiM former honm. Mrs. M J. I-em h has irou to Momument Bem-h tnsiien l the summer with her brotbtr C. G. Parker. Misa Grace Wriisht of Hfde Park spent Sntnrdav and Sunday with her friend U isa Lillian Valleau. Mra. Hendricks waa taken suddenly sick Sunday morning, but at present she ia thougt to be much better. Dr. T. P. nubbel! has (tone to the White Mountains to sjiend a few days. The trip will combine business with pleasure. He will be absent about ten days. The Al Mnrti Specialty Company is billed for this place Friday evening, August 3. bverybody remembers them favorably and will undoubtedly draw a full house. Haskell pays 15 cents for eiturn, and the highest cash piiee paid tor butter at his store every Tuesday and Saturday. He has two well located and nicely fitted up tenements for rent in Morrisville. For particulars cull on W. L. Tillotson at O. Waterman's store. We underdstand that there isagranitecora- pany about to be started at this place, pro vided the town will furnish sheds, derricks, etc., an amount not to exceed $500. A town meeting is called for August 14 to see what action will be tuken. Th's is an enterprise in wtiicn every man in town should be interest ed, as it is for every man's good to have it here. HAKDWICK. The cooler weather is welcome. It is reported that the Bridirman Meadow case is to be reheard. The M. E. church people have a deed of the lot for the new parsonage. Quite a number availed themselves of the excursion to Newport Wednesday. The lawn party on Mrs. Judevine's lawn Wednesday evening was a complete success. Mrs. Sbatluck and daughter returned Wed nesday from a few days' visit at Winooski. Work will be commenced on the check list Thursday. See that your name is there be fore it is too late, Mrs. T. S. Hawkins, Chattanooga, Tenn., says, "Shiloh's Vitalizer 'saved mv life.' I consider it the best remedy for a debilitated syBtem I ever used." For Dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney trouble it excels. Price 75 cts. For sale by a. J. Dwinell SALESMAN WANTED 1 To solicit orders for nursery stock. Salary or commission. Cash advanced for expenses Write us for terms and secure good territory. K. G. CHA8E & CO., Maiden, Mass. leve? Known to Fail. Some things fail us when we depend upon them, but the "Morrell Cure" never fails to cure effectually. "Put that in your pipe and smoke it." We recently beard of a man who had been to another Cure for the third time, and yet was not cured. Our patients are never permitted to leave the Institute till we know that thev are fully cured, aud they never go back to drink unless they choose to. Envious parties sometimes say bad things of Liquor Cures in gpnerul, and thus hurt us, but all we ask is an impartial investigation, a thorough questioning of our men, (whose names we will gladly give,) and then let the decision rest on the evidence presented. "The Morrell Cure" Cunnot injure. ' Is always sure, It's motives pure." DR. W. W. GENGE, Physician at Hyde Park. Headquarters Brattleboro, D. L. Griggs, Secretary. Bargains in Pianos ! Four slightly soiled and one second' hand, at extraordinary low prices, viz: One large size Upright in English Oak case, a beauty, price $400; price to close $225. . One large size Upright in Fancy Birch case, all improvements, $225. One large size Upright in Fancy Ma hogany case, price $450, at $250. One medium sized Upright Ebonized case, nice piano, $175. One large size Upright, cost $300 four years ago, will sell for $150. The above are genuine bargains. Cuts and descriptions sent to any address. Old Instruments Taken in Exchange if Desired, " Pianos and Organs to Eent and sold on very easy terms of payment J. F. W&TEEMAIT, wMwl Montpelier, - Vermont. Saturday Bales I Every Saturday during August we shall put up 5 Special Bargains for that day only. Each One will be a Bargain We shall not publish what they are. Come and examine them yourself. WETHERBY & PAGE CO., Jeffersonville. Visit Don's FinpiflE Store, MORRISVILLE, VT. NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW BEST NEW BE3BS ittoaaa LIGHTNING The Best Fruit Jar Made. A large assortment in all sizes at C. H. CRANE'S, Hyde Park. What Does Our Warrant Amount to ? Just this if any goods bought of us are not JUST as repre sented, and we cannot furnish those that ARE, we will pay back your money. We sell the UNlftRSlTV FOUNTAIN PEN ( . only $ 1.50, and it is warranted first-class. Call and GET your eyes fitted. We are headquarters for GUNS AND AM MUNITION. Call and find out. Lang & Campbell, Morrisville, Watchmakers, Jewelers, Engravers. But HARD CASH will buy more goods at my store than ever before. I have a large assortment of General Goods to be sold. Special attention to Cedar Posts, Barbed or Plain FenceWire CEDAR AND SPRUCE SHINGLE, STOVE WOOD, LUMBER, Spruce, Bass and Pine, 3 in. for Window stools, Paint, Lead, Zinc, Oil, &cr A good assortment of Shelf Hardware, Sinks, &c. Screen Doors, Windows, Wire Screens, Clothes Wringers. Also agent for Mosely & Stoddard DAIRY TOOLS, the Meadow King Mower, Champion Rake, and Haying Tools of all kinds. CALL and get prices and SAVE MONEY. C. J. SLAYTON, MORRISVILLE OAK SUITS, WALL PAPER, SIDEBOARDS, DESKS, CHAIRS, CROCKERY, CARPETS, &c. QUALITIES OF PAINTS. FRUIT JARS I