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?absorlptlon Prlco 13 Monthu, fl.BO.
PAYABIiE IN ADVANOK.
W. W. BALL. EDITOR.
BatOK for Advertising. Ordin?r v Ad
vertisements, por square, ono inser
tion, Sl.OO; each subsequent Insertion,
Liberal reduction mado for largo Ad
W. W. BALL,
LATJRENS. S. C, July 2X 1804.
There aro signs of tlto Alllanco bo
glnning to Vet undor tho collar. Thoir
big leaden-uro just ilnding out that
they ere vearlng tho yoke of one man
and thatihoy must still drag tho load.
Donalden is almost forgotten in his
mounpin fastnesses; J. William Stokes
swoas in prlvato lifo on tho banks of
tho !disto; W. D. Evans keeps close
toylho Pec Deo in far olT Marl
^ooro and cultivates tho vlrtuo of pa
tloneo and shuffles tho cards for u future
doal; the Kits horo and thoro disturb
tho quiot of tho timo with a midnight
eatorwaul. In tho mcanwhilo, while
these Alliunco horoos reposo upon the
anxious waiting bonch tho circus
wagon moves triumphantly around the
State, with its grand aggregation of
lawyers and professional gentlemen
rocoivlng tho shouts and plaudits of the
horny handed farmors and Alliance
men, whoso wail of distress gave them
tho opportunity for feathering their
Hosts. Got ready for tlto band wagon,
friends; it will bo hero on tho 28th; it
is jummod and crammed full of kid
gloved gontry, old and fatigued olllco
holtTors, mostly lawyers, teachers,
proaohors and other like fancy gentle
men. Tho Spartans were tho bravest
people In tho anciont days. The popu
lation consisted of tho soldiors who
woro clti/.ons and did no work. Slaves
did tlio work. Ono of the gontry visited
Athens whoro all the pcoplo labored
and while thoro a lazy fellow was taken
up and punished for vagrancy. The
Spartan left in a hurry and a scurry,
saying that ho had found hut one gentle
man iu Athens and they put him in jail.
Will theso pampered and well fed of
flco-holdors (bolioving in rotation when
thoy aro not tho rotated) vanish into
thin air whon thoy roach this latitude
of plodding, hard working, tired,
Gov. Tillman having abandoned Iiis
opposition to tho citadel and tho South
Carolina College; Gov. Tillman having
repudiated tho distinctive alliance de
mands for national ownership of rail
roads and sub-treasury: conservatives
having supported Clemson and Win
throp; Gov. Tillman having abandoned
his charge of rottenness against for
mor administrations; Gov. Tillman is
a good conservative or tho conserva
tives are with Gov. Tilhnan's ideas.
Just as you prefer to put it. Then,
logically, wo aro all together and
brotherly lovo prevails. It follows that
tho only Issuo loft is tho matter of of
lico holding and coat-tail swinging and
this is what Tun ADVERTISER has in
sisted on from the jump. But; but:
but; don't you soo that the matter of
oHlco-holding is not so slight a tiling
uftor all. "What arc we hero for'/"
Tho barefoot boy when he winces
und erics at stubbing a toe is told that
tho hurt is too far from his head and
that there :s nothing to cry about.
Four years ago the South Carolina Col
logo, tho Dude Factory, tho Columbia
Club, tho lion merchant and the shys
ter lawyer devoured the substance of
the Wind; since theso have been bribed
or beaten in tho four years, Wall
Street, Grover Cleveland, and Lom
bard Street, London, havobecn stumb
ling blocks to our prosperity. If Ben
jamin lv. Tillman goes to Washington,
two yottPS honco the timo will lie
around for refitting our little Sta\e
Houso at Columbia with small officials,
whon, wo trust, Hong Kong, will be
tho seat of stumps and cobblestones.
If tho barefoot boy knocks oIT a toe
nail at that distance even Bon Tillman
ought not to howl for him.
Gov. Tillman in his speech at Aiken
said that the Republicans and Popu
lists would beat tho Democrats this
fall hands down; it will come from
tho worthlessness of tho Democratic
party and Cleveland. If tho Republi
cans get in then indeed wo are in a
bad fix. The reason for tho Demo
cratic overthrow is the failure of tho
party to give us free silver and green
backs. These aro tho Governor's spe
cifics?would have saved the party.
Thon tho Republicans ought not to
win. Tho populistlc party ought to
win. The Republicans fight, silver
tooth and nail. Tho Governor is hoist
by his own petard. TIo should go back
to tho A, B, C's of logic.
Tho cry of ono man power, inter
moddll ng and dictation will of course
go up in a wail and howl over tho Pres
ident's letter to Chairman Wilson.
Wo predict, however, that tho cry will
go up in doubly overwhelming volume
from tho millions of democrats all over
tho country summoning tho congress
ional majority to its duty: that the
President will bo sustained and the
party saved from tho suicide which
without, his leadership was sure of
ft is a violation of tho law to carry
deadly weapons concealed upon the
person. Tho lanv has our sanction.
And yot at tho Edgofleld mooting tho
pistols displayed to kill neighbors with
would equip a cavalry regiment. What
a oivilizlng example for tho other be
nlghtod regions of the State.
In the groat campaign of Hampton
in 187<?, It rainod not in tho day timo
on any campaign day.' It hus rained
floods as tho Campaigners of 181)4
swing around tho circle.
"All tho wators of great Neptuno's
ocoan cannot wash cloan," etc., etc.
Tho Dispensary is to be in full blast
in two or throo weeks. So says Gov.
Titlman. Sccuro your rations. Soo
In tho Aovkrtiskr whoro to procuro
* * *
Tho campaign meeting at Kdgofield
approximated tho Edgofloldian.
"Wo aro tho boys,
As foars no noise,
When we go bobbing around."
A so-cullod con8orvatlvo and a so
called reformer met and In a neigh
borly way dltscusscd matter?. They
agreed upon all Issues of Reform. So
far so good. Reformer: How arc you
on tho dispensary? Cons: Ail right,
I'm for it. Reformer: Thon wc aro
togetner; shuke. By tho way how ore
you on Tillman? Cons: I'm agin Ulm.
Reformer: There, you won't do: you
are all right on measures and princi
ples, hut you are sadly off on men: men
Our Envious Neighbors.
Tho Rock Hill Herald complains of
tho Abbeville -Edgellold-Laurons Ring
holding that theso counties have
more than their share of tho big offices
in tho State and speaks of thoir
"Monumental chook." Now If our
contemporary would only consider the
quality of the timber put forward by
these counties ho would be gently con
tent. It is not the best chic to luy
chock at our doors. '
Clifton R. BrooklnridgO, Congress
man from Arkansas, has been ap
pointed minister to Russia by Presi
dent Cleveland. Brcckinridgo has
failed renomlnatlon in his district on
account of his sound financial views.
It is a first class appointment to a first
class mission and he will be confirmed
without difficulty. It is true the ther
mometer rules a little low up at St.
Petersburg, but it will be "kind of re
freshing like" to a politician who has
been figuring for tho last few years
south of the Ohio and "agin" Tillman.
The Hon. G. D. Tillman declines to
bo a candidate for Govornor and as
signs only ono reason out of a dozen?
Rdgofleld has her share of tho spoils
of honor and ollico. Tho short letter,
however must be read between tho
lines. But he should not have over
looked an Addisonian stroke: "In
times like these when wicked men
bear sway, the post of honor Is a
A curious poultry show is being or
ganized in Paris. Tho principal fca
turo of it will be a championship com
petition for crowing roosters. That is
to say, tho bird that crows tho loudest,
the longest and tho greatest number of
times in a givon period will take tho
prize. The champion cock of France
Is a little bantam hailing from the
neighborhood of Seraing. He is on
record as having crowed no less than
:13T times in one hour.
This is the opportunity of the Came
Cocks of South Carolina engaged in the
present campaign. "There is a tide in
tho affairs of men which taken at the
Hood leads on to fortune."
Cleveland and Hill are together on
raw material. They arc right. If we
are to have foreign manufactures with
out a tariIT why not the eastern manu
facturers' cheap raw materials? Let
the South be honest if she is poor.
* * *
In Kdgeliold the Conservatives asked
to be allowed to join the Reform Clubs.
They woro refused. No room left.
Tho ranks are crowded, and every
mother's son of them wants an office.
Bvory crow thinks its own young- the
whitest. Gov. Tillman declares from
tlie stump that bis little Attorney Gen
eral Buchanan ! ? an overmatch for all
Hie South Carolina Bar.
It is getting down to this: Is Gov.
Tillman holding on to Evans' coat tail
or to Ellorbo's.
The test of a reformer is whether he
swears by one man.
WHY SUFFER WITH
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by tu kin if y.,
"I have been a victim of torri- o]
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found anything to relieve them oi
so quickly as Ayer's Pills. Since o\
I began taking this medicine, tho ?i
attacks] have become less and 2j
less frequent, until, at present, o
months have passed .since 1 o!
have had one."?C. P. NEWMAN, ?
Bug Spur, Va. ^
f "Having used Ayer's Pills with oi
great success for dyspepsia, from o1
which I suffered for years, I re- <N
solved never to be without them ?,j
in my household. They arc in- o!
deed effective." ? Mrs.' 8ATAAK oj
Morris, 126 Willow St., Philo- ?
delphla, Pa. o
"I always use Ayer's Pills, and o
think thcin excellent. '?Mrs. G. 0
p. Watkous, Jackson, Fla. 9
Ayer's Pi Iis |
Received Hlghost Awards o
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR q
FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS.
If you want work that Isplcnsniiland profitable,
Bend tin your address immediately. Wo teach nun
and women how to earn Irnni tSR.OO per dav to
n.i,nun |n,r your without lii.ui/ Ii id previous
experience, and fnrnUh tho employment at which
they can make that amount. Nothing ?I If lien 11 to
learn or Hint require* much time. The work is
ensy. healthy,and honorable, and can hedone dar
lug daytime or evening*, right in your own local
ity, wfierever you IIvo. Tho rowult of n Tow
liourn' work often o<|u:il* n weok'? wage*.
We hnvo taught thousand* of both Rexes and nil
nges. and ninny hnvo laid foundations that will
surely bring them i Iches. Some of tho smarten
mum In Oils country owo their success in life to
tlio start given them while In our employ years
ngo. You, reader, inny do as well; try it. You
cannot fall. No capital necosnry. We fit you out
with something that la new, solid, nnd mire. A
book brimful of advice is free to nil. Help your
self by wilting for it today ? not tomorrow.
Delays aro cosily.
E. C. ALLEN & CO.,
That ? j
.So common at this season, la a serious
condition, liable to lead to disastrous
results. It Is a sure BlgU of declining
hosltll tone, and that the blood Is Im
poverished and impure. The bjjst and
most successful remedy is found In
Which makes rieh, healthy blood, and
thus gives strength to the nerves, elas
ticity to the muscles, vigor to the brain
and health to the whole body. lu
truth, Hood's Sarsaparilla
He sure to get Hood's and'only Hood's
Hood'a Pills sro purely vegetable, i>ir
fectly harmless, always reliable and beneficial.
(mould own thin
idel lonary. It nu
UWCrfl all CJUOSl imis
com ornlnir tho ids
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meaning of words.
Itself. lc also
i lv< 1 tho of ton de
concerningeminent person i; facts concern
ing tho countries, cities, towns, and nat
ural features of llio ?!?.'<?: i ;? rtloulars con
cerning noi oilficth lotui porsonsnuil places;
' translation of foreign quotations. It is In*
vat tin hie in tho homo, olllco, study, and
The Otto Grant fiintulatd Authority.
IImi. 1). J. llrower. iluMlco of .V.S. Supremo
Court, wrltest i " llio hiicniiiilonal nlctlonnry u
iiio |>crrce(ioii <>f (lli'llonnrit'9. I cominouu it to
nil audio ono ijrcat glaiMliuxl auUiorliy."
.Z' C. Mottlnttl Co,
UTI)0 not liny rlionnvholo
i:i:i|iiii?i rcpnuuoi aitclont
cyscmi forfreo pamphlet.
13 THE REST.
FRENCH&. ENAMELLED CALF.
$ POLICE,3 Soles.
*" .SEND FOR CATALOGUE
' BROCKTON, mas9.
You enn save money by purchasing W? t?.
Because, wc arc the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes in the world, end guarantee
the value l>y Stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work lu style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. Wc have them sold every
where at lower pricc3 for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cauuot supply you, WO can Sold by
For sale by
The Laukens Cash Co.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laukens.
Court of Common Picas.
Copy Summons for Relief.
J. C. Wutkins, as Administrator of tho
estate of Margaret T?te, deceased,
Randolph MurlT, Waldormnr MurfF,
t;. W. Murff, M. IL MurlT, Kllzabeth
Fluloy, Sldnoy T?te ami Pinknoy
TatO, PlniltilTs against Lewis Hum
bert, and children of Milton Murff,
deceased, number, names, ages and
places of residence unknown, and
children of Hollona Smith, deceased,
number, names, ages and places of
residence unknown, Defendants.
To the Dofondants named above?
You are hereby Summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, of which a copy Is herewith
served upon you, and to servo a copy of
your answer to the said complaint On
the subscribers at their olllco at I.au
reus Court House, South Carolina.,
within twenty days after tho service
hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service: and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the Plaintiffs in this action will apply
to the Court for tho relief demanded
in the complaint.
Dated Juno 13th, A. I). 1801.
[SEAI?] J. II. WllARTON, co, 0. I..
JOHNSON' A KlCI IKY.
J. C. C. FE ATHEUSTO NE,
? Plaintihs' Attorn ys.
To tho unknown Defendants named
You will please take notice that the
Summons and Complaint in this notion
were filed in the office Of t ho Clerk of
the Court of Common Pleas, for I .au
reus County, in the city of Laurons,
Laurons County, state of South Caro
lina, on the 13th day of Juno, i^-'.n.
JOHNSON St RICH IS Y,
J. C. C. FEATHERSTONE,
Laurons, S. C, June 13, 'ill?(it.
FREE TO ALI.
Tue Dispensary Lvw Declared
unconstitution a l.
With many thanks to our friends
and customers throughout the country
for their liberal patronage in the past,
we wish tn inform them that we have
increased our facilities and t hat we are
hi tter prepared to supply, the Increas
ed domand for our Puro, Old-Fashlonod,
Unadulterated, I land-Made, Copper
Distelled North Carolina Liquors.
These Liquors are the \ FKY BEST
for family or mod leal purposes that can
he obtained, and we ospooially recom
mend them for purity and line flavor,
and they are highly recommended and
used by a great may Physicians und
Hospitals Of the country.
Our prices per gallon are. as follows,
from One to five gallons. Terms, bt. lot
ly cash with order. Wo do not ship
C. O. I).
N. c. Corn Whiskey-per gal. $LC0
*' " ?4 " old.. " l,r
" u " " oldest " 2.00
Iiyo Whiskey, old. " 2.(10
" " . '? 8.00
" ol.lest.... " 4,00
N. ('. Apple Hrandy, old, " 2.00
11 " Peach Hrandy, old; " 8.00
Corn Whiskey, oasofl 1 do/., bottles 0.60
Ryo " ?? " ? ?' 7,60
Apple Hrandy " " " 7,ft0
Hlaekborry Wino.ja r gal. 1.50
special Pricks to DEALERS.
Extra ohargo for vossol, 10 ots. por
Notice to Contractors.
There will be lot to tho lowest bidder
(he building of a now bridgo across Lit
tle l&iver, place known as the Day Ford.
Specifications shown on day of letting.?
Contractor to give bond and security for
his faithful performance of the same.?
Timo of letting, Wednesday, August 1st
next, at 11 o'clock A. M. Commission
ers reserve tho right to accept or reject
By order of tho hoard.
It. P. A DA I It,
m. l. Bullock, Clerk.
July 4, 1S94?31?4t_
Notice to Overseers.
You aro hereby ordered to summons
tho hands under your supervision, and
put in good order and condition for trav
el, tho roads, by tho 1st of September
next, cutting all dead timber near tho
road, removing tho roots and loose rock
in said road. All overseers and de
faulters to work failing to comply witli
this requirement will bo dealt with ac
cording to law.
By order of tho board.
R. P. A DA IK,
M. L. Bollock, Clerk.
July 4, 1891?84?Ot
There will bo let to tho lowest bid
dor the building of a bridge at Dun
can's Old Mill l'lnce, on Duncan's
Creek, on August 8th, 1804, at 11
o'clock ft. in. The Commissioners re
serve the right to reject any and all
bids. Contractor to give bond with
ample security for their fatthlul per
formance of the same. By order of
R. P. DDAIR,
M. L. Bullock, Clerk. duly Ki-.'lt
Bridge to Let.
There will be let to the lowest bidder
the building of a bridge at Smith's
Old Ferry on Saluda Hiver on Fri
day, tho 27th of July ut 11 o'clock
A. M. Tho commissioners reserve
the right to reject any and all bids.
Contractor to give bond with ample
security for their faithful performance
of tho same.
By order of tho Board.
R. P. ADA IK,
M. Li. Bullock, clerk. Ch'inn.
Cash or Installments.
Now Machines traded for old
ones. A well equipped
Gonzales & Withers,
Columbia, S. C.
Arc very essential when a
person is ill and adulterat
ed medicines cannot possi
bly have the curative
powers like wholesome
DE. B. P. POSEY
keeps nothing but the best and
purest Drugs and Medicines
anil people wanting anything
in my line will do well to call.
I also carry a large stock of
Teilet Articles, Stationery, T acca,
Cigars, Colognes, Toilet and
Laundry Soap and a hundred
and one other things kept in
a first-class Drug Store. I keen
of reliable houses constantly on
hand and sell them at reasonable
prices. Yours for mutual benefit,
Bo Wo F?SE?9
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
Parties wanting Guano and Acid do*
lived anywhere in Laurons County will
savo money by seeing or writing
F. 1). BOLT,
Alma, S. C.
1?iT I sell six dilTcront brands. tf
Winthrop Stale Normal College.
Columbia, s. O.
Opon to whito girls over 17. Sosslon
begins September 26th. Graduates
secure gooil positions. l-'ach county
givos two scholarships one wor tti
$150.00 a sosslon and one of free tuition.
First scholarships now vacant in coun
ties of Abbeville, Aiken, Anderson,
Barn woll, Boaufort. Charleston, Clar
ondon, Chavleston, Chostorflold, Plor
onco, GroOUvillo, GoorgOtOWH. Hamp
ton, I lorry, ICorshaw, Lancaster, Lau
ren s Lexington, Nowhorry, Oconoo,
Orangoburg. Piokons, Riohland, Sum
tor, Spartanburg and York.
Competitive examination July 17th
at Court Homo of each county.
I). 15. johnson,
Columbia, s. C.
Soatb Carolina ?oll?gg,
COLUMBIA, S. O.
Sosslon hogina Sept. 25th. Nine reg
ular Cour.-es, with Diplomas, Special
Couiv.es, with Cerfilicates. Require
montfl for admission mOdiflod. Hoard
98 u month. Total necessary expenses
for the year (exclusive of travelling,
Clothing, mid book.) from #112 to $K>2.
Send for Announcement.
Lor further information nddrors the
.1 \ ; i. . WOODROW,
Columbia, S. C.
: liesort for Health and Pleasure
Open to Visitors. For Hates
of Board apply to
SIMPSON <3> SIMPSON
Gleiji) Springs Water
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Chronic Heptatitis, Jaundice, Torpor of
Liver, and general debility following upon malarial diseases.
Dropsy, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Constipation, Ilemonhoids,
Uterine, Renal and Cystic Diseases, Ileamaturia
and Catamanial derangements.
?FOR SALE BY?
jfHF" For Circulars giving certificates, etc., apply to
FAUL SIMPSON, Glenn Springs, S. C.
WE HAVE NOT
WE HAVE NOT
the earth at and below cost.
chnndise over shown on the Amcr
WE HAVE NOT
in this way induce you to buy
a general bill in which wc can
burn you up with profit.
we thinka line of goods not equaled mi ox
celency of quality and reasonableness oi
value in Laurons County.
we know the good opinion oi the trading
not gained tlie confidence of the trade by
practicing deception ami palming o!V goods
of inferior quality at the price of iirst-class
determined that our Stock shall lie the'^lar
gest and our prices as low as the lowest.
If you want good GooiU ami not trash, if you want the Lowest
prices money ami judgment cm buy, if you want polite attention we
will be pleased to have you inspect our three big rooms am! let us name
you a few prices.
_D_R/V GOODS PALACE
>a_rin'iif>ii i 11 if i > initfsjpi m%*?
IUI ?W II I II ??IIIBII IIIBflTfff_MTr-W^lTT~f-rs~l"r r
ALL Persons having business with
tin; School Commissioner will find bim
in hia Ofllco on Saturday of each week,
until further notico.
TIICS. J. DUCK K I T,
School Commissioner Laurenn Co.
As I hero was an OVOrsighl in the ad
vertising of cleaning out of the streams
of tlie County, Ready Rlvor was ex
empted instead of Bnoroo River? which
whs a mistake. It should ho Snlu 'a
and Knoree Rivers exempted, and notice
is hcre'iv given that nil hind owners on
Reody Rivor to have said stream clean
ed on I by 15th day id August next; and
he assuiod that all defaulters on all
BlroamS in the County will ho dealt with
according to law.
15y order of the Doard.
R. T. ADAIR,
M. Ii. Bullock, Clerk. :5t;? it
. DR. W. H. HALL,
OFFICE OYER NATIONAL BANK, LAURENS.
Offioh Datb? Mondays and Tuoudnys
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11li-J IVOiu.b'S d.:.;. EXPOSITION,
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t.?.!i : . i; i ? incl i Ii I ? ?Hi! I< I .1.K
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Valuable proporly In the city of
Luuron.f?, Tho idd I'rosbytorian clinch
and lot containing about three acres.
Tho ohiirch building Is of brick, and In
the. vory bosl condition and can bo con
vortod Into o Hplondld rosldonco lot.
Also a vory <le-n able building lot noxt
to the new Ibipt h t church, with a front
on Main Bl reet ami Oil CollCgO street.
Both of these lota are very convoniont
to the business portion of town and
all tho churches and tiiograded school.
This is a good opportunity for inves
tors and persons lost ring to secure a
homo In tho thriving city of Laurons,
Communicate with J. O. C. Blomlng
or Ii. Y. Simpson, commitfeo.
Closing1 Out-Parasol Sale.
Is one who saves hcv husband's
dollars. One who has the tact
and ability to obtain with 50
cents a dollars' worth of goods.
How to buy, when to buy, and
where t<> buy, are three things
sin.' is master of.
SI HO KNOWS
$3.50 Parasol, at $1.75.
To. (J. FLEMING & CO.
We mean this.
f Mere "sfcry
# uJiil toe glad to see
you at out STQnX,
Where Prices will Talk for Tiiemselv
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RAMBLERS ARE THE BEST. Can sell \ .1 any make of
BicN'do. Come and figure with us <m tho [n ice.
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Let Us Give You Prices.
Furniture, Carpeting, Chinaware, Stoves
and House Furnishing Goods,
S.M. and E. H. WILKES & CO.
g[&" Minim's New Building.
-] ),. 1 11.1.K s ,\Mi JoltllliUK Ol
1*111*0 Old l^nslitoiKMl Ntnlli ( .1 rol i mm r F; i;: 1 [Wilde Corn and Ityo
Whiskies, Apple and I'en eh Brandies.
We make a specially of pure ?;.Is for private use and medicinal
purposes. Our brands are all recognized as alnndard, and wo sell noth
ing but high grade Good . Wc aro sole proprietors of tho celebrated
KEY brand of old fashioned hand made Corn Whiskey and Apple
Brandy packed in ease s of one dozen bottle . Wc quote as follows, in
lots i to 10 gallons: N. C. "Poplar Log" Corn Whisbey, $1.25 to $3.00,
according to age; Rvo Whiskey, :,_.<>o to $f.OO, according to age;'Ap
ple Brandy, $2.00; Pencil Brandy, Kxtra chargo for kegs and
Wc can furnish Coin \\ hiskcy in cases of t, 2, |, G and .S dozen
bottles to case, in pints, half pints and quarts, ready for use, at low
pi ices. Can mako special prices on barrel shipments. Wo have the
largest stock in the country Ol Old Coin Vir : < v, ripened and mellow
ed by age, and especially recommend ii for private use.
K1CV Si Co., StfttoSVillo, N. C.