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frOL. VI.--NO. 194.
SHENASTDOAH. PA.. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1891.
ieE SUEE EOAD TO -PTTLEISFOE LIES KNEE-DEEP TI-1E0TJGH PEINTEKS INK
Tjsepublican State Ticket.
4jSN. DAVID MaMUttTIUE GREGG
Iff BTATE T1WASV UUllt
J fcAi-T. JOHN W. MOIiniSON.
lelegate-at-Larff to th Constitutional
I Bnii:iDS, IBAIAII 0. WEAK,
'M. I. BOIIAFPRB. 11I3UMAN KKEAMEIl
OEO. S. SCHMIDT,
II. POMBROY, CYRUS ELDEK,
)UN CESSNA, JOHN B. IiAMBIE,
SB. ItOOEHS, JAMES L. WtOWN,
TEBRENCE V. POWDEBLY.
I,' 'JudneHon. D. B. Green.
f Sh:Hff Benjamin Smith.
mt Poor Director George lleffner.
Wpnbxpired Term Harry S. McGinnis
Constitutional Convention Delegates.
ROBEIIT ALLISON. Port Carbon.
B.BUUD EDWARDS, l'ottsvllle.
J. U. l'OMKUOY, Shenandoah.
JOHN J. COYLE, Mahonoy City.
"MUST BE DEFEATED."
The Cobdeu club has declared a
ireat many anathemas against the
acts and Interests of the American
people, but In a sweet, seductive way,
,a.ud it is not Btirpslsing now to learn
tptlie edict has gone forth from that
influential free trade coterie that our
McKinlev "must be defeated." We
shall see. Let us retain our composure,
for the pronunciamentos of the Cob-
den olub are not lnfallable.
Many mistakes In dictation, in per
suasive argument and In lucrative in
ducement have been attempted by
this generous but aggrandizing British
body to make division of interest and
enmity between American capitalists
and American laborers, as British
statesmen did between the North and
the Houth before and during our civil
war, and as Satan did and is always
doing between parties whose domestic
relations should and which do require
united action to preserve protective
and prosperous conditions.
' Fortunately, there need be no fear
Jfjg ouuzKrocs per yd.
WtV for a GOOD HOME-MADE
J !iith STATU nARPET Inlan nut nf
P- ID. PRICKE'S
Carpet Store, 10 South Jardin SL,. near Centre
THREE TIMES A WEEK !
We receive direct from the Creamery, mine day as
CHOICE CBEAMEIiT SUITES,
Also 2J2ESU DAIRY BUTTER Every Week.
NEW No. 1
I -ft o Qdtnana 7i! A Jan
j About 1G0 Bushels will
fVniTE OATS. We have for
iEW WHITE OATS.
Chop ofall kinds Jiye Chop, Corn Chop, Oats Chop,
Com and Oats Chop, Bran and Middlings.
Don't forget to examine our stock of
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS !
in all tvtdths, quality and prices.
New All-wool Blankets, in White, Scarlet and 0rey.
McKinlcy will not be defeated! No
power but death cau defeat lilm. No
militaries, arguments, Annncea nor
anything else of the Cobde'n club, or
of nil foreign powers combined, can
deftnt McKlnley, nnd while wo doubt
not the correctness' of the press dis
patches on the authority of Hon. Sir.
Dudley (and moat certainly If he
Euys so ft Is correct) that the Cobdeu
olilb has appropriated ?100,'000 to pie
vent a freo and fair expression of the
people of Ohio, wo can retain our com
pusurc. for It the amount 1b mani
folded one hundred times by foreign
Interests they cannot defeat McKlnley.
Ho Is fighting on' principle, for the
protection of American Industry and
American prosperity. American
A Safe Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring you sat
Istactory results, or la case vl failure a return
or Diirchaso nrlce. On this safe man von can
buy troni our advertised Druggist a bottle ol
Dr. King' New Discovery for .Consumption.
It Is guaranteed to bring relief in every case,
when uted for auy affection of Throat, I .lings
or Uuest, such as Consumption, Inflamtua
Ion of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whoop
ing Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pi Hsanl unit
tigiitreuuitj m Jivrieuuj' i"uiv, uu uiu ui
ways he depended upon. Trial bottles free at
u. ii. iiageuoucn s uru oiore.
' Don't bo Caught
by ''cut prices," Don't buy spurious imi
tations of Dr1. Pierce's medicines at less
than tho regular pricos, and think that
you're saving money- You would, bo, if
you could got the genuine guaranteed med
ioinosin that way. But you can't. The
genuine medicines are so)d only through
regularly authorized agents, and always
havfl boon, are, and always will bo sold at
those, prices ;
1 Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
(tho remedy for all diseases arising from a
torpid liver or impure blood), $1 por bottlo.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription (for
woman's weaknesses and ailmonts, 1,00
Dr. Pierce's Pioasant Pellets (tho original
and boat Liver Pills), 25 conts por vial.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, 50 cents per
And they'ro worth that they're worth
mart than that. They're tho cheapest
medicines you can buy, at any price, for
tboy'ro guaranteed in every case to benefit
or cure, or you have your money back,
You pay only for tho good you get. No
other remedies of their kind are, or could
be, sold on those terms.
Dealers not authorized to sell Dr. Pierce's
genuine mcdiclnos'may offer dilutions, im
itations, or substitutes, at Iojs than the
pricos given aboyo. Beware of them.
Of second-hand school books, just received
from Now York Clearing Salo Company.
Forsaloat half pricoat Max Iteose's. 9-5-tf
Primo oysters, the .best tho market
affords, always on hand at Ooslott's. 8 22-tf
another lot oj
T.nwnft TIT nnt t IWariltavril-
close out our stools of OLD
sale 3,500 bushels of choice
AN EXCELLENT PIECE OP
WORK JUST COMPLETED.
SILVER GREEK SHAFT FINISHED.
A. Brilliant Future for Now Phila
delphia and Vicinity A Now
Supply of Coal for Fifty
i Tho people of Now Philadelphia and
vicinity are jubilant over tho completion of
tho Philadelphia and Heading Coal and
Iron Company's gigsntlc piece of work at
Tucker's hill, a milo and a half from tho
: The Silver Creek shaft is completed,
Jobn II. Evans, tho contractor of town,
having reached the. bottom, ovor 900 feet
below tho surface.
The shaft is second to.no piece of mino
work of the kind in this section of tho
state. Some are inclined to place tho
Shenandoah City colliery shaft, in.town,
on a par with it,, but Mr. .Evans, who also
had. tho contract for the Shenandoah City
work, says that tbp.Now Philadelphia shaft
takes tho .cukc, especially in tho lino of
timbering. The Silver Creek Bhaft is tim
berpd. throughout with, yellow pino, while
tho timber in the Shenandoah City shah is
pf.whito pine and oak.
Tho Silvor Creek shaft was started on tho
22d day ol February, 1800. It is 22 feet 6
inches long and 12 foot wide, insido tho
timbers. It is timbered from top to bot
tom with 12-inch squaro timber, tho bunt
ings being 12x9. At a depth of 8G5 the
first vein (tho orchid) was struck. The
Primrose, was struck at a depth of 450 fotj
the Holmes at 575; the seven-foot at "50;
tho top split of tho mammoth at 800; and
tho bottom split at 010. The bottom split is
COO feet below the old Tucker hill slopo
Tho shaft is constructed for two cages
and a pump and air shaft.
During tho operations of a year and
nearly seven months not one llfo has boon
lost. Not more than eight mon wore in
jured and none of them wore Incapacitated
for work more than twenty days on ac
count of the injuries.
The peoplo of New Philadelphia and
vicinity may well rfloico, for the comple
tion of the shaft will inspire- now life in
lhat section. The work is one of tho most
important the V. & 11. O. & I. Co. has
under way. All tho volns cut by tho shaft
aro of oxcolicnt quality and will meet all
domands for fllty years hen o.
The P. & K. O. & I. Co. will dovolopo
tho place at onco. Work on largo engine
and boiler houses has already boguc and
surveys have been made for the breaker,
which will boa gigantic one.
Oysters aro in season and tho best in the
market aro at Ooslett's. 8-22-tf
The McKlnley Picnic.
The McKlnley picnio is a most uniquo
gathering, and Frank Leslie s.Illusirated
Newspaper this week tells of the strango
incidents connected with it. Evory one in
Ohio and from Ohio should buy this'num
bor, while those who haye nover taken part
in an Ohio campaign should buy a copy
just to see what it looks like. The interest
In Professor Totten's Millennium articles
remains unabated, and tho publishers' now
announce his seven articles for 40 cents.
Arkoll & Harrison have also become the
agents for tho professor's famous books pn
To get fine photographs go to the Rosbpn
gallery, No. 29 Wost Centre.slreet. (Hoff
man's old stand). . 0-14-Gt
All at tho Fair.
Shenandoah was liberal with its patron
age of the Lavolle fair to-day. All the
trains on tho P. & It. and Lehigh Valley
railroads took largo crowds. Among those
observed boarding the trains wero 'Squire
A. J. Gallagher, Esq., Policernon Davios
and Williams, Jacob Noll, Sam Major,
W. J. Evans, Sanford Evans, Harry
Koipor, M. E. Doyle, Henry L. Jones
Tom MoKeon, H. E, Dengler and It. 11.
A Yankoo Sheriff Frlghtoned.
A well known therift, living In Maine, was
given up to die with what Ills physician
culled Consumption, a trlend advised him to
try lao-Tlna Cough and Consumption Cure,
recovery followed, and the doctor now uses It
for Coughs, Colds and Consumption. Trial
bottles tree at Klrlln'u drug store;
Waters' Weiss beer is tho best. John A
Itollly solo agent 6-6-tj
Workmen to-day commenced tearing
down the stables on tho Market street end
of tho property recently purchased by M.
X. Kernrnoror from M, H. Kobler. Mr.
Kemroercr will erect a largo building lor
tho- wholesale manufacture qf confec
- OysUrs aro in season. Go to Schooner's.
Families supplied, Parlors for ladies. 9-4-tf
Buy Ktyttons flour. Be careful that the
name Lasaia & Co., Ashland, Pa. U
priated en tverr laok. 8-S-8UW
Mrs. E Anstock was a visitor to Frack
Major Hobor S. Thompson was a visitor
to town yostnrday.
. Albort Nixon is preparing to leave for
Beaumont, West Virginia.
Prof. Geo. W. Pooh r, of Pittsburg, ih
visiting his paronts in St. Clair.
Mrs. E. O. Brohst, ot North Jnrdin
street, is visiting her paren'sat Mincrsyillf.
N. J. Owens, oulsldo foreman at Indian
Kidgo colliory, relumed with his brid
from his wedding tour last night.
Whon oii visit St. Clair to call on our
old "friend, William Pooler, consult th
directory, as ha han moved into his nuw
An apology is due Mr. William H.
Lewis, of Wru. Penn, for tho mistake
nindoin'tho mention of the clambake
Mrs. Harry M. Acker, wife of Shenan
doah's progressive young merchant princo,
is here for tho week and is tho guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. H. Bright
K. D. Schoenor visited his two cistors at
Heading yesterday, whose agos aro 82 and
83 years respectively. Including his age,
80, would make combined ages of three 247
years. Al( th'roe aro fa oxcolknt heolth.
Tho Jr oTtT. A. M.
At tho stato council of tho Junior Order
United American Mechanics, now in ses
sion at Uniontown, the following ticket was
elcctod :' Stato Councilor, Ilnrry A.
Huisler, of Philadelphia; Stato Vice Coun
cilor, Charles, A. Kaymond. John W.
Calver, of Philadelphia, tho prosent Slato
Council Treasuror, was Unanimously re
nominated for that office. Tho report or
the State Council Secretary shows an as
tonishing growth in tho older during tho
past eighteen months. On December 21,
1889, theio wero 894 councils with a total
membership of 43,851. On Juno 80, 1891,
there were 068 councils with a membership
of 67,959. Allowing for doaths, with
drawals and suspensions tbero has been n
not increase in membership ot 20,420 since
Natural Gaa Scarce.
Tho Hkkaitj is indobtcd to Mr. George
W. Pooler, of Pittsburg, who is visiting
friends in this county, tor infor-nation con
cerning tho nntural gas field in the western
part of the state. Mr. Pooler says Pitts
burg is getting to look as black as it was
before the uso of natural gas, which is
getting scarco and high in price. All tho
manufactllrnrfl h&VR Hi.pntitlniiuH Its ntn
nnd have taken up coal again for fuel.
Ihls is making tho coal trade brisk. Tho
Cost of natural Pttfl fnr n rnnhinrr iitnvft fri
private families has gone up' to $36 a yoar.
xne urst year tno gas was put )n uso It Cost
fc7. The second vear it wont nntnSM tlin
tbird to 525, the fourth to ?30andnowit
has gono fo higher.
An ordor has beoii posted up in tho Le
high Valley offices and passengor cars to
tho effect that on account of tho time lost
in collecting fares on trains all persons
who havo no tlckots will be charged ten
cents in addition to tho Tegular faro when
paid on the train. A duplox check will be
issuod and tho extra faro will bo redeemed
at any ticket office on tho road.
To Dispel Colds,
Headaches and Fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, when cos
tivo or bilious, or when the blood is impure
or sluggish, to permanently euro habitual
constipation, to awaken tho kidnoys and
livor to a healthy activity, without irrita
ting or weakening them, uso Syrup of Figs.
Second hand school books bought and
sold at Max Keoso'e. tf
A supper Will bo hold in Bobbins' opora
housoonthe evening of October Oth, un
der tho auspices of the English Baptist
church, and on October 20th a supper will
bo bold at tho same place under tho
auspices ol the Ladio' s Aid Society, No. 13,
of tho Sons of Veterans.
We desire to kay to our citizens, that for
years we have been selling Dr. King's New
jClng's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King's New Lilfa 1'iils, Buck leas Arulcu
Halve and Eleo rio Diners,, uuel hare never
handled remedies that sell as well, or thai
have given such universal intlsfnciton, W'e
do not hesitate to guarunue them every
time, and wo stand ready to refund the pur
chase price, If satisfactory results do not fol
low their use. Tbeso remedies havo won
their great popularity purely on their merits.
O, II, ilageubuch, Druggist.
Tho other evening a man slightly under
tho influonco of some bevornge ran up
against ono of tho Indians at Kobblns'
opera house and said, "Look out I'll kick
you." Ths Indian stnilod as ho answered
with the query, "You would not Kick a
poo' Indian, would you." 9-17-2t
Miss Mary Devors and John Hanna,
residents of tba First ward, were married at
the Annunciation church yesterday after
Always go to. Coslott's, South Main
street, for your primo oysters. 8-22-tf
THE BATTLE IS ON
FIRST GTJN FIRED IN THE NEW
YORK STATE CAMPAIGN.
FASSETT SPEAKS AT BROOKLYN
Hon. Roswell Flower Talks About
Democratic Issues Ho Loaves
Saratoga This Morning for
New YonK, Sep. 17. Tho first gun
of tho campaign in this State was fired
last night by J. Sloat Fassett blimtelf nt
the Union Longuo club houso In Brook
lyn. Shortly after 0 o'clock Mr. Fawett and
Mr. Vrooman went to the Union League
where tlioy found at loast 15,00'J persons
gathored around tho building. The gou
tletnen were enthusiastically oheered,
nnd when Mr. Fnssett stopped on the
platform to address the crowd tho choer
ng was ronewod ond lasted mnny min
utes. When the applause hud subsidod
Mr. Fnssott delivered a short speooh.
Among other things bo said!
'Boys, I am paa to seo you all, nnd
to salute the men who will do the work
of the campnign just opened, and who
have tho destiny of tho groat Empire
State in tholr hands. I bring a inossago
of greoting nnd congrntulntion from
Erlo County. Everything Is assured
there. From Buffalo I havo come to
Brooklyn uud, from nn alphabetical
standpoint, I hnvo started out well.
"Tho Democratic Convention in Sara
toga has lieen making it easy for you to
win. They havo suld: 'No man from
Kings County need apply.' Tho Iiepub
Ilcan party put its arms around a man
from Klng9 County, and tho party is go
ing to carry him to victory. Tammany
Hall must set Its seal of approval upon
bo tolerated. It was a trlumvlrato that
ruined undent Homo, and we will not lot
It tula us. Kings County, just across
the rivor, U a perpetual mennco to Tam
many Hnll, and I do, not think you will
surrender to it now."
At tho conclusion of Mr. Fassott's ro
marks, Wtn. II. Vroomau mado a short
addross. The party then wont insido the
club house, whoro thoy found nearly
8,000 porsous assembled. Mr. Fassett's
address here was practically tho same as
delivered outside, with somo elaboration
Hon. Roswell I'. 1'lmvor Leaves This
Morning for "Watertown.
Saratoga, N. Y., Sop. 17. Saratoga
Is a deserted vlllngo this morning. All
the delogatos to the Democratic State
convention loft town before midnight.
Hon. Roswell P. Flower, the candi
date for Governor, remained at the
Grand Union nil night nnd left for
Wntertown this morning. Before depart
ing forjiome Mr. Flowor said to a re
porter That tho plan of enmpaign was.lfi
tho hnuds of tho State Committee. "I
havo my own ideas on the subject, of
course," he said, "hut I will not discuss
them. I will consult with the commit
tee, in tho arrnngemont, but nothing will
be decided until it holds a meeting. Tho
principal issues of the campaign? Oh,
the World's Fair, but wait and you will
Mr. Flowor Intimated that ho would
not make a personal canvnssoftho Stato.
Ho sent to the Secretary ot State his
resignation as a member of Congress.
Tho following Is the ticket nominated
by the convention:
For Governor HoswollP. Flower.
For Lieutenant-Governor Wm. V- Sbocha a.
Tot Secretary of State Frank Woo.
For ComptrollorU, Frank Campbell.
For Attorney-Goneral-Slraon W. Roscudalo.
For Tmtsuror-Klllot Danfortb.
For Stnto Engineer Martin gobonok.
The platform was in Bubstance as
Tho Democratic party of tho Stato of Now
York renews the pledges of Its fidelity to
Deraocratto faith, and as regards National Is
sues, reaffirm tho dootrlno of tho National
platform of 1884 and 1BS8.
We now, as then, steadfastly adbero to prin
ciples of sound finance. Wo aro against tho
coinage of liny dollar whloh Is not of tho In-trln-io
valuo of ovory other dollar of the
Wo demand b revision of tho various statute
regulating the sate of lntorlcatlnx liquors uud
thoomctmcnt of a just, ouuitablo uud com
prehensive excise law.
Wo demand an extension of eloctnral roform
with a vlow to preventing tho prof uso oxpiui
dlturoof money by candidates and political
We favor a revision of the tax laws wherfiby
personal and corporate property thtitl be mado
to bear Its full and Just burdens.
We heartily endorse the able and statesman
like admluMmtlon of Gov. Hill durhu his
seven years us chief exeoutlve of tho State.
Edward lluipuy, jr., was elected ohalr
man of the State Committee, Samuel
Beartlsly scorstary, William 11. Kirk
troaBUror, and C. II. Defreest clerk.
Great Tlnio at tVutortorrn.
Watbktown, N. Y., Sep. 17. Gongs
and whistles were sounded, guns were
flrl and flags raised here over the nomi
nation of Hon. Iioswoll P. Flower
for Governor. Crowds gathered In the
public places and there was a general ex
citement among all clnwos throughout
the oity. Over the Democratic head
quarters a bauner bearing the nnnie It.
P. Flower was hoisted. Arrangements
are being made for a reception aud a big
demonstration on Mr. i lower's arrival
homo. There is great satisfaction in this
city over tho nomination.
l'ltOGltllSS 18 NOT AN ACCIDKNT,
Or a product of art, but a necessary phase ot
nature, like an opening (lower, said Herbert Hpen.
cer. bo Cactus Illood Cure was envoi ved from the
necessity for relief from the terrible scourges of
scrofula and specific dlseasoR. Science now admits
that (I only Is able to neutralize these blood taints
and restore health.
FIGHT IN A STORE.
Clothier Coffee Sulllvanlieea Isa
Lat night t0"r Lantern ,n walked'
nto.1. CuIWs olothlns; 8'.,ire on South
Main street. Mr. C tlee. Uld him to go
mt a- d ho sld h Wjiild dr so when h
got ready, t ."j g-abbed Lauters'ein by
'.ho lapel uf tbu coat and Luitersteln (tot
a grip 0 i Crffe. 's thra', and there was a
battle. During the flU twj tables wero
broken. ' L tuterttein, who was the smaller
man, fared the worst. Coff d held him
down upon t table bhiI put in a score or
more of rib roasters. The fight wjund up
by Cofl'eo grabbing hold ot Lsttterstoin's
hair and leading hlin to the street. Tho
lattor then had Coffee nrrested for
assault and battery. A hoaring was waived
and $160 bail for trial was furnished. ' .Max
Ooltnan also had Coffee arrested for asault
and Imttory and S1G0 ball was furnished.
Coffee says lhat Goldman was an eyo wit
noas of the buttle, and was not touched.
Ho cays that Lauterslcin and Goldman
havo a grudgo against him.
TOOK l'OISON 11V MISTAKE.
A Prominent Troy Luwyor IJIes In Terrl
bin Agony lu h Drug Htore.
TnoY, N.Y., Sop. 17. Gerald Rlonlan,
n prominent young lawyer of this city,
whllo on his wny to the theatre, Inst
night, nccompaniod by a yodug lady,
called nt a Congress street drutf storo,
nnd whilo.tho clerk was drnwiug glass
of soda for the young lady, Mr. Itiordan
went behind the oounterto a shelf where
he had placed a bottle of wine of cocoa
for bis own use.
He fillod a glass with what ho supposed
was tho wine. In 10 minuteB he was
dead. He hnd mistaken a oarbolio acid
bottlo for tho ono containing his wiuo aud
had drunk down full glass of tho
poison. Ho was in terrible agony during;
the 13 minutes.
AN INDIONANT GOVIIRNOU.
Maryland's IfxocutlTo Protest Against
ait Audiiclqus Kiduiiip!ug Case.
, AnnAtolis, Md., Sop. 17. Oov. Jack
son has sent a telegram to tho Governor
of Pennsylvania Informing him of tho
audacious kidnuppiug of Albert A. Mar
shall, of Towbou, by A. B. Donaldson aud
James MoFoely, of Pennsylvania, who
carried their captive by force into tho
Stato of Pennsylvania, whero he now Is
in Jail at Holltdaysburg.
The Governor calls attention to this do
liberate defiance of. law, aud says that as
a requisition is apparently not the proper
romed". he calls upon Pennsylvania's
oxecutivo for such relief as he may find it
lu bis powor to alTord.
Accidental Drounlnffor Suicide.
Lyme, Conn.. Sep. 17. Miss Anna.
Conor, aged 20, the daughter of a Chicago
merchant, was found drowned hero,
her empty boat being also found noarby.
Sho was to have left for home to-day to
propare for her wedding noxt mouth to a.
prominent young society man of Mil.
waukoe. For the post two or threo
days sho had exhibited symptoms of
melancholia. Her friends claim that ths
drowning was accidental, but there are
circumstances pointing to suicide.
Bulking I'oles Muko Threats.
Huntisodox, Pa., Sept. 17. AtOrbl
sonta about 100 Poles, employed in the
mines and furnace of the Hock Hill Iron
and Coal Company, struck against tha
company's order reducing wuges, and
mado threats of violonco if their demands
were not complied with. Tho company
is firm. Tho furnace fires have been
banked and ovor 000 mon are idlo.
Suits Drought Against Newspaper.
IlABmsnmio, Pa., Sopt 17. The attorney-general
has brought suits agnlust
tho Philadelphia Press, Inquirer, News,
German Democrat, North Amoricau and
Evening Bulletin to recover the sums of
money alleged to havo been paid us re
bates to the persons who procured fur
them advertisements of tho Mercantile
Colored tVouinu For the School Hoard.
Boston, Sep. 17. Tho action of tho
colored women in this city in placing in
nomination for the School Board Miss
Alice Miller, a young colored woman, is
causing muoh talk. The colored peoplo
appointed committees to make a completo
houso-to-housu canvass aud bring out an
large a woman vote as possible.
Bring your tickets at timo of sitting ami
receive a 14x17 crayon freo. Hoshon
..ti ir.r . ..i.i i n t k
Four tiatypas for 26 cents, at Dsbb's. tf
IT IS NEAR TIME
You aro thinking of taking
in your flowers, and you will
want somo pots. Wo got a
lot of very cheap ones Mon
day, and when you aro ready
to plant don't forget that you
can get thom at i
No. 122 North Jardin Stroef.