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LAURENS, S. C, Aug. 7, 1804.
. Associate Juatloo MuOowon.
At Athens on election day when
' '"4ns wore elected to various
holr most distinguished and
was loft out and conslgnod
life Ho rejoiced when
.ig homo to his friends that thero
ore sixty better mon in Athens than
vPefeel sure this will bo tho reflec
tion of that distinguished citizen and
noble, big-hearted gontloman, Samuel
McGowan, when ho roaches his home
at Abbeville, retired to private life by
a gentleman of his own little vlllago.
Judgo McGowan was born In Lau
rens near Cross Hill and not far from
the banks of tho Saluda; recolved an
academic education at Grconwood and
entered tho South Carolina College
from whieh ho was graduated with dis
tinction in tho class of 1841.
Ho immediately road law with Che
Hon. Thos. O. Perrin, of Abboviilo,
and on boing admitted to tho bar en
lui u*rftV? tho practice of that profess
ion as partner with his distinguished
proceptor. A Democratic administra
tion having doclared war with tho Ro
publlo of Mexico, his Irish hoart and
noblo impulses impelled him to sustain
his country's arms and wo find him a
private in the ranks In tho Palmetto
Reglmont of voluntoors for Mexico.
He was Immediately promoted to a
captaincy and served throughout that
war with honor to hlmsolf and credit
to his State. Aftor two years' sorvlce
returning to his profession, having
contributed to oxtonding our bound -
rlos to tho Pacific, ho was early ro
turnod to tho Gon. Assembly of tho
Stato whoro ho continued to servo
with groat usefulness and distinguished
tho oi!4.breaU of tho war
States ho was early to tho
front whore his eminent ability and
gallantry found Immodlato recognition,
ho succeeding that distinguished sol
dier, Gen. Maxey Gregg as Brlgado
Commander In Gon. Loo's army. As
a battered and scarred vetoran ho re
turned aftor four years' hostilities, to
his homo at Abboviilo and honored
and respoctod In duo timo was mado
Associate Justice of tho Supromo
Bench, whoro for fourtoon years as the
learned, honest and patriotic judgo he
has dono distinguished sorvlco for his
_peoplo and Stato. South Carolina has
had few more learned among her
groat judges- 8ho novor had a braver
or honestor. All his Ufo long ho has
kept frosh In his heart a lovo for tho
hills and vales of old Laurons where
-?^??lils young manhood first essayed Its
strength; theso ho will not forgot.
After a while will come a generation
that will do honor to his noblo service.
Wo havo no commont to mako on
the motives and tho manuor of his re
moval; the learning of his successor:
hlsirecord is unwritten; timo will toll;
bat much talent, learning, patlenco,
diligence and untold lovo of country
must distinguish tho worthy wearer of
tho judicial robe so ungraciously torn
from the shoulders of this groat judge.
In his retirement ho and those who
honor and respect him can rejoice that
til ore aro so many more learned, honr
est, and more patriotic citizens than
Tho reporters do their work so well
that tho sparkling lltoraturo of our
canvassers for Stato ofllcos bocotnes
embalmed for future ages, whilo
blessed contemporaries dally drink it
in thoir XXX. By tho way theso
lightning pencil pushors have disting
uished the canvassers into big fish and
small fry according as thoy stand for
great or email places. This Is woll;
tho lltoraturo Itsolf Is In danger of
going Into tho samo class, as middling,
low middling, middling fair or dog
tall. One point Is excellent woll In
deed, dn the record, to wit: those pas
sages that captured tho audlcnco and
caused tho bluo above to shako aro
particularly punctuated with "ap
plauso" and postorlty will know when
to howl as they road. How tho .ndus
trious roporter will bo thanked In the
benighted ages to como! Then again
the follow that rushed upon tho stand
as tho champion of a favorlto horo, Is
faithfully chronicled with any dollcato
and refined remarks ho may havo In
dulged In contemporaneous with his
physical demonstration. Tho whilom
roformor of two years back, who now
encounters the expurgated edition of
the old Issue as ho stands overwhelmed
and rebuked by catcallors, gronnors
?-. and howlers from ''away-back," horc
afterundor his private fig-tree can re
cur to tho dally filos of the faithful
newspapers and phllosophi/.o and get
wisdom and understanding with spec
tacles on| noso. "Not to call any
names," Cal Caughman, BrothorsPopo
and Duncan, Messrs. Ellerbo, Tindal
and Parley, fratornally speaking, or
ono or Bomo or all may have timo
enough to recur to "English as sho
was spoke" in tho great campaign of
'04. Shade* of McDufilc, Hayne,
Lowndes, Calhoun and Preston!
A vaunt and hldo your diminished
heads! Philips, c rat tan, Curran, Sher
idan, Burke, Hay no and Wobstor hith
erto have boon tho popular fountains
of tko Amorlcan schoolboy; Tillman,
Butlor, and that choice aggregation at
Hdgeflcld, Charleston, and Union, by
their noblo oloquenco, will furnish ro
sounding declamation extracts in tho
?orybody has hoard of the l>oy who
attended the UlUStor grounds in old
times and whon the row began throw
his coat, crying lustily,"hold mo daddy,
hold mo." Tho Campaigners and stand
breakers in Soulh Carolina as viewed
by fho gazing outside world.
Tho Stato Alliance expelled brother
Gantt. Gantt's subordinate Alliance
kleks and refuses to recognlso this ac
H depends upon whose ox Is gored,
' - world, and don't you forget it.
The l'rcs? Re union.
Brother Prince, Socrotary of tho
State Press Association sends out, tho
program for tho annual re-union which
takes place the mlddloof this month at
Pawlcy Island. It will be a businoss
meeting of tho association, but the
placo is well choeon and thero is to bo
a flrjst class feast of reason and flow of
soul. Wo wish wo could join thoso
bright and jolly odltors and enjoy with
thorn the sea brco/.es and ombraco tho
naiads and hoar tho sirens and all that
sort of poetic thing that wo havo been
hearing and reading nbout for half a
eenlury. Key Ha and Charybdis would
be as familiar to this pencil pusher as
his own up country hills and prcsont
no terrors to his untorriQcd soul. ' ? I
mavo supped full of horrors," ote. and
so forth. But our prayer for tho crow
is that thoy pass safely through theso
formidable impediments to navigation
and wavo back tho delicious sirens.
Groeting, good luck, plenty of fun and
fury to ovory brother to whom is given
tho glorious boon of a holiday outing.
In tho Abbovilio campaign Mr. Gra
ham, candidato for tho Houso is thus
reported in tho Greenwood Journal:
"Mr. Graham, for tho House, thought
thero woro too many lawyers in tho
Reform pio to make It tasto good. Ho
did not object to lawyors holding ollico-f
but ho did not liko theso olovonj.i> "itJur I
converts. In tho infe???;"",?TTho Re
form tnovoraost no" lawyer could bo
found to champion thoir cuuso?now
they are easily converted and bocomo
"sanctlflod" In live days aftor conver
sion; and aro roady for ollloo."
Thero now! Just sco! Think of It!
Wondor! Tho Idea of cutting otT from
tho "pio" Gon. Hcmphill, cx-Liout.
Govornor Gary, Roprosontativo Frank
Gary and Judgo Christie Bonot! Think
of growing woary of recruits like
t hese ami refusing them a share of tho
"pio." "What aro thoy thoro for," to
wit? Aftor kicking, cutting, wounding
bruising and othorwiso lll-troatlug
thoso hard worked and solf-saerilleing
gentry to toll them thoy must stay out
In the cold and have no "pio!" Mr.
Graham, as a generous host you should
hand around your "pie:" when a fresh
callor comes and admires your "pio,"
you should plucelt at his sorvlce. Mau
nors, Manners, Mr. Graham!
* * *
Tho Democrats of Georgia met In
convention and nominated a Govornor
and othor Stato ofllcors. Thoy met as
Democrats, deliberated as Democrats
and as Democrats adjourned to go to
tho country and light all comers.
Thoro was no clique, cabal, or exclu
sive council who had met "In a corner'
and brought with thorn a cut-and-dricd
ticket for porfunctory endorsement.
In Georgia they havo Democrats, Pop
ulists, Groonbaekers, Third Purtyites
and Republicans, but no shams. Thero
is manliness in Georgia. Even Tom
Watson, so worshipped and carried
about-on-the-shouldors-of-mon in South
Carolina, had to choose under which
banner he would march. (How is it
in this Stato and where aro you at?
They ondorsod tho national democratic
platform and Cleveland's Administra
tion and falling to do that they would
havo stood up in Southern manhood
and choso another name and a new
Tho Greenwood Journal succeeds tho
Advocate. It is bright, clear, straight
forward. It advocates a now county,
Greenwood as tho county site. Thoy
can coino to tho middle of the Saluda?
thus far, no farther. Shinny on your
own 6ido, brother; to doscond to State
campaign lingo, "toto your own
"For ways that aro dark and tricks
that are vain the heathen Chinee is
peculiar." So wrote tho wild, weird,
wooly Westerner. With a little ox
porionce in South Carolina the author
would oxpunge the lines. Even poetry
must havo somewhat of fact as a foun
* * *
Shooting at lone- range.?"Ho de
clared for Boies for President and Till
man for vlce-Prosident in 18t>(i."?J.
Gary Evans at Grocnvillo. How long
aro wo to wait, anyway, for something
good for tho peoplo?
Governor Tillman is to bo pitied on
account of his acute nose. Ever and
anon ho smells something "rotten."
"Twas over thus."?"Bending tho
Supple hlngos of tho kneo that thrift
might follow fawning."
Easy to Take
And Perfoot In Their Aotion,
Never fall to relieve Dyspepsia,
Constipation, and Headache.
"I have proved the value of oj
AVer's Fills in relieving dyspep- o
sia and headache, with which 9
complaints] was so long troubled <,
that neither ihn doctor nor mv- o
self supposed I should ever ho ?!
avoII again. Through the use of g
the above medicine I am better 0
than I have been tor years."? o
A. (Jaskill, Versailles, ill. o;
"I havo used Ayer's Pills for o|
15 years as a cathartic in livov o
complaint, and always with ex- Jjg
treniely beneficial .effect, never x
having had need of other niedi- o
nn aporient, and tho result fs al
ways most satisfactory." ? A.
A. Eaton, Centro Conwny, N. U. |*l
"Having been severely afflicted oj
with costfveness, I whs induced o(
to try Ayer's Pills. Their use has
effected a complete cure, and I ?
can confidently recommend them ?!
to all similarly afflicted."? O.A.
Whitman, Nipomo, Cal.
AYER'S PILLS ?
Received Highest Awards oj
AT THE WORLD'S F A I R Jj
In Lexington county a populist party
is organizing. See how tho thistles,
cockles and tares which havo been
sproad on every breozo for tho last
four years aro showing tholr heads.
Landlords will soetho day whon they
will-pull tholr hair at having aldod and
abcttod tho schomos of mon who
preaehed communistic ideas and rotten
paternalism to secure olllce. Make a
note of this and smoke It.
China and Japan go to war. Thoro
aro thrco hundred and ilfty millions
Chlnoso and perhaps this Is an undor
estimate. Tho Japsaro twenty millions
and pugnacious. Thoy claim to bo of
a dltferont raco although they ore
"buttonhole" oyod llko tho former.
Now If tho Japs destroy some two hun
dred million johnnlos, thoro will still
bo llttlo onough room loft for tho sur
vivors und It may be a partial solution
of tho troublo on our Pacific slope.
* * *
Most of tho candidates snooze when
Tillman takes snuff.
[Scene.?At the Irish Bar; tho Solic
itor-General arguing a bribery case
boasted of his honosty and that he
would havo only a good namo to leave
as a legacy to-his people, and thon ho
wquU *fr this his subordinate, tho At
O'Connor: "What Is the Attorney
General crying about?"
Currant "At tho small cstato Bio
Solicitor Gonoral will leave behind
* * *
So It scorns that Gov. Tillman know
antecedently to Assooiato Justico
Gary's election to tho Bonch how ho
stood on tho Dispensary?tho great and
only issuo. It is a very comfortablo
thing to know where people "aro at"
Govornor Tillman kicks liko a two
year old unbroken mule at tho sugges
tion of abandoning tho Colleton conven
tion which is to preparo tho suggestions
for tho Irby Democratic Convention. Ho
Storms at the doubters with "treason,
stratagem and spoils, and let no such
man be trusted."
* * *
Chairman Sligh describes tho Re
form movement as a "strong tower
whoro her friends and the poor and
oppressed may always lind shelter and
safoty.'' Hero is your "city of rofugo",
brethren of tho Antl persuasion, and
don't you forget It?
* * *
To-morrow at Athenian Abboviilo
the characteristic Carolina campaign
closes. It Is a llttlo late, but for tho
bonolit of future audiences wo suggest:
Let tho smart Interlocutor hold his
jaw and the bully hold his scat.
Is there onough true Democracy in
this Stato for salt?
* * *
Prohibition does, not prohibit; at
under reasonable conditions. Our I''RBB 96 pagt
catalogue will explain wliy we can afford it.
Draoghon's Practical Business College,
NASHVILtE, TENH, < Write for catalogue.0
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Penmanship and Tele
graphy. We spend more mon.'!) in the interest ol
our KinploymcntDepaitnicr.t tlian half the Uusincss
Colleges take in as tuition, 4 weeks by our method
teaching book-keeping is equal to |?J weeks by the
old plan. 11 teachers, 600 students past year, no
vacation; enter any time. Chkai' Hoard. Wo have
recently prepared books especially adapted to
Sent on 60 days trial. Write us and explain
"your wants." N. D.?Wo pay SO. cash for all va
cancies os book-keepers, stenographers, teachers,
clerks, etc., reportc' to us, provided wo fill samo
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laukens.
Court of Common Pleas.
Copy Summons for Relief.
J. C. Watkins, as Administrator of the
cstato of Margaret T?te, doccascd,
Randolph MurlT, Waldormar MurlT,
G. W. MurlT, M. H. MurlT, Elizabeth
Pinley, Sidney Tato and Plnknoy
Tuto, BlantilTs against Lewis Hum
bert, and children of Milton Murff,
deconsed, number, names, ages and
places of rosldonco unknown, and
children of Hcllena Smith, deceased,
number, names, ages and places of
residenco unknown, Defendants.
To tho Defendants named abovo?
You aro hereby Summoned and re
quired to answer tho complaint In this
action, of which a copy is horowlth
served upon you, and to sorvo a copy of
your answer to tho said complaint on
tho subscribers at their oltlco at Lau
rens Court Houso, South Carolina.,
within twenty days after the sorvice
horeof, exclusive of tho day of such
servico; and if you fail to answer tho
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the Plaintiffs in this action will apply
to tho Court for tho relief demanded
in tho complaint.
Dated Juno 13th, A. D. 18fU.
[SEAL] J. II. WllAKTON, c. 0. c. L.
JOHNSON & RICH BY,
J. C. C. FEATHERSTONE,
To tho unknown Defendants named
You will plooso tako notlco that tho
Summons and Complaint in this action
woro tiled in tho otlico of tho Clork of
the Court of Common Ploas, for Lau
rens County, in tho city of Laurons,
Laurens County, Stato of South Caro
lina, on the 18th day of Juno, 1804,
JOHNSON & RICBBY,
J. C. C. PEATHERSTONE,
Laurons, S. C, Juno 18, '94?Ot.
The Hoard of Tnisteos of Purman Uni
versity havo ottered ono scholarship in
that Inhibition from Laurens County?
to bo awardedod by competitive exami
nation. The papers of tbo Applicant to
bo forwarded to tho Paculty for criticism
und award. Scholarship is good for at
least ono year, and is worth $150 por an
num. Tho applicant must pass a writ
ten examination on Arithmetic, Algebra,
English and Latin. Tbo appicant pass
ing tho best examination, provided 75 %
is made, shall bo entitled to a scholar
ship. In caso of a tic, tho ono in need of
pecuniary Assistance will bo preforred.
Tbo applicant may bo either malo or fe
male. Said examination to be hold in
tho courthouse on Priday, tho 24th day
of August, at 1) o'clock P. M.
THOS. J. DUCKETT,
School Commissioner Laurens Co.
Parties wanting Guano and Acid do
llvod anywhoro in Laurens County-will
save money by soolng or writing
P. D. B?LT,
Alma, S. C.
aHT 1 sell six di fforont brands. tf
The Magic Touch
You smile at the idea. But
if you are a sufferer from
And Indigestion, try n bottle, and be
fore you bavo taken naif a dozen doses,
you will involuntarily think, and no
"That Just Hits It!"
"Thnt soothing effect Is a magic
touch 1" Hood's Sarsaparilla gently
tones and strengthens the stomach
and digcflllvo organs, Invigorates tho
Hvor, creates a natural, healthy desire
for food, gives refreshing sleep, and
in short, raises tho health tone of tho
cntiro system, lteniombcr
Hood'8 Pills euro liver Ills, constipation,
biliousness, Jaundice, sick headache, Indigestion
Tho undersigned would repcetfully
inform tho people of Laurons County
and surrounding country that ho has
aeeoptcd tho agency for tho sale of all
kinds of Machinery such as Engines,
Boilers, Gins, Feeders, Condonsers,
Powers and Hand Presses. Thrashers,
Cano Mills, Saw Mills, Belting, and in
fuet any and all kinds, of Maehinory
and fixtures needed, and is prepared to
1111 all orders at short notice at lowest
prices, taking tho quality of tho Ma
chinery into consideration. You will
lind it to your interest to seo mo before
Ginn ropairinga specialty.
J. J. PLUSS.
Laurons, S. C, July 30, 1801?tf
VV. L. Douglas
CUAE1 ISTHE BI8T.
%3 IB W Sit NO SQUEAKING.
? 5. CORDOVAN,
FREHCH&ENAMELLED CALF. '
$ <S.'i9 POLICE, 3 Soles.
t, send for catalogue
You cau huvc money by puiehrt?liiif W. L*
Because/we arc the largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes In the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every
where at lower prices for the value given than
auy other make. Take no substitute. If yout
dealer cannot supply you, we cau. Sold by
t8>" For sale by
The lauaens Cash Co.
Cash or Installments.
New Machines traded for old
ones. A well equipped
Gonzales & Withers,
Columbia, S. C.
Arc very essential when a
person is ill and aMulterat
cd medicines cannot possi
bly have the curative
powers like wholesome
DR. B. P. POSE?
keeps nothing but the best and
purest Drugs and Medicines
and people wanting anything
in my line will do well to call.
I also carry a large slock 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,
IB. F. F?SEYo
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST
ALL Persons having hush
tho School Commissioner v. ill
in bis OfJlco on Saturday ofj
until furtlier notice
THOS. J. DUaKETT,
School Commissioner Lflrens Co.
JAS. H. CARLISLE, LL.D,.
fiPPilDH I .fill I Cfir Two Full Courses.
Uli Uli U IULLLUlV.9 Necessary expenees (or one year, One
v ' Huudred and Fifty Dollars.
81'AUTANBUBU, 8. C. For Cataloguo addres,
J. A. GAME WELL,
Secretary of Faculty.
Glenn Spring* lie!
This Favorite Resort for Health and Pleasure
is now Open to Visitors. For Rates
of Board apply to
SIMPSON #> SIMPSON.
Giei?i7 Springs Water
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Chronic Heptatitis, Jaundice, Torpor of
Liver, and general debility following upon malarial diseases.
Dropsy, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Constipation, Hemoirhoids,
Uterine, Renal and Cystic Diseases, Hcamaturia
and Catamanial derangements.
?FOR SALE BY?
$fltF~ For Circulars giving certificates, etc., apply lo
PAUL SIMPSON, Glenn Springs, S. C.
WE HA YE NOT
WE HAVE NOT
WE HAVE NOT
the earth at and below cost.
the greatest aggregation of mer
chandise ever shown on the Amer
a few leading lines to bait you with
and in this way induce you to buy
a general bill in which we can
burn you up with profit.
we thinka line of goods not equaled in cx
celency of quality and reasonableness of
value in Laurens County.
we know the good opinion of the trading
not gained the confidence of the trade by
practicing deception and palming off goods
of inferior quality at the price of first-class
determined that our Stock shall be the lar
gest and our prices as low as the lowest.
If you want good Goods and not trash, if you want the Lowest
prices money and judgment can buy, if you want polite attention we
will be pleased to have you inspect our three big rooms and let us name
you a few prices.
TDTWT GOODS PALACE.
THE authorities of Converse Collego
authorize- Uie to make tlio following oflet
of ono scholarship of free tuition in tho
collcgoato t partmcnt of Converse Col
lego to ono young woman of Laurens
County. Haid scholarship is worth $50,
and is good for two years. Tho appli
cant must ho at least thirteen, and not
moro than eighteen years, and must he
of irood moral character.
Tho examination will ho held at Lftn>
rons Court House on Saturday, August
IHth, 1801. Applicants must pass a
written examination on first Arithmetic
and Algebra to equations of tho second
degree; second, Geography ; third, lT. S.
History; fourth, English Grammar and
Analysis. Tho applicant passing tho
hest examination shall ho entitlod to the
said scholarship. If thero aro no appli
cant for examination on tho day ap
pointed tho School Commissioner of
Laurens County shall have tho power to
appoint ono young woman to said schol
School Commissioner Laurens Co.
Juno 10, 1891?32?9t
DR. W. H. BALL,
OFFICE OVER NATIONAL BANK, LAURENS.
Owvu m Dayb?Moudni? find TunBtUyH
I'rof. p;. vr. .smitii. Prln, Commercial CoIIprg
ii Kv Uiilvnntity, Lexington,Ky., w?$ awarded
MEDAL AND DIPLOMA
BY THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION,
.-'or NyftlVMI of ItOOlt-fcoeplnjB imcl <Jpner?l
nnftlttrr.ii RUticHtloii. <?!??. cost to <-nmt>iptc
?iwttniMK''ourso auoul fJO.lnclitdlng tuition,book*
mil board. l'lioim?:rii|>liy, TyP* WritlriK and
rrli";rn|'liv i . ? m KOf circular*, addrCM,
W. U. KJtlTIlf, ??rcnMrnt, i . vli,ut-,n, Hy.
Vuluablo property In the city of
1 ,:mi I'm .. The old Presbyterian onuch
und lot containing about three acres.
Tho church building 1b of brick, und in
tho vory best condition and can bo con
verted Into a splendid rosldonco lot.
Also a vory desirable building lot next
to tho now Baptist church, with a front
on Main street and on Collcgo streot.
Both of theso lots aro very convoniont
to tho businoss portion of town and
all tho churehos and tho graded school.
This is a good opportunity for inves
tors and porsons desiring to secure a
homo in the thriving city of Laurens.
Commuhicato with J. O. C. Flcmiug
I or U. V. WiinpHon, cownW^^^^
TOO MANY ^
Closing Out?Parasol Sale.
A ?lfefoj Islfe"? *
Is one who saves her husband's
dollars. One who has the tact
and ability to obtain with 50
cents a dollars' worth of goods.
I low to buy, when to buy, and
where to buy, are three things
she is master of.
$3.BO PaTasol, at $1.75.
t?k\V We mean this.
J. 0. C. FLEMING & CO.
f Here very uJell, folit
$ uJill be ?lacL to see
yoix at otiir STOl^E,
Where Prices will Talk for Themselves.
* is aSSalj ssaw* ;'?
RAMBLERS ARE THE BEST. Can sell you any make of
Bicycle. Come and figure with us on the price.
fIJRT flGflTE STOVE.
Let Us Give Yoix Prices.
Furniture, Carpeting, Chinaware, Stoves
and House Furnishing Goods,
S. M. and E. H. WILKES & CO.
gJk\T~ Mi liter's New Building.
-Distillers and Joddkks of
1 ine old Fashioned North Carol In a llnud Rfodo Corn and Itje
Whiskies, Apple and Pencil Brandies.
Wc make a specialty of pure goods for private use and medicinal
purposes. Our brands are all recognized as standard, and we sell noth
ing but high grade Goods. Wc arc sole proprietors of tlie celebrated
KEY brand of old fashioned hand made Corn Whiskey and Apple
Brandy packed in cases of one dozen bottles. Wc quote as follows, in
lots 1 to IO gallons: N. C. "Poplar Log" Corn Whisbey, $1.25 to $3.00,
according to age; Rye Whiskey, $2.00 to .$3.00, according to age; Ap
ple Brandy, $2.00; Peach Brandy, $2.75. Extra charge for kegs and
Wc can furnish Corn Whiskey in cases of I, 2, ,j, 6 and 8 dozei
bottles to case, in pints, half pints and quarts, ready for use, at low
pi ices. Can make special prices on barrel shipments. Wc have the
largest stock in the country ot Old Corn Whiskey, ripened and mcllow
J ed by age, and especially recommend it for private use
KEY & Co.. ^tatcsville, N. C.
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