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LAURENS, 8. C., Aug. 14, 1804.
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Governor Tillman seoms to bo tho
smartest or tho luckiest man In all tho
country. Everywhere tho democrats
to win except In South Carolina.
Evoh4tt Alabama the Tillmanltos arc
overwhelmingly snowed under. Kolb
Is beaton, horso, foot and dragoons.
Cloveland Is and will bo sustained in
overy Southern Stato.
Only on tho ono point of silvor is
Ofoveland antagonized at tho South
and West. This antagonism is as mild
as a suoklng dove, in South Carolina
tho Iliad of all our woes seoms to bo
Clovoland. Following Tillman as
mouthpiece tho small politician raves
and denounces Clovoland as rascal,
thief, bribo takor, and tho vocabulary
of billings gate is exhausted to find
terms of abuse and denunciation. Tho
South Carolina Statesman ordinarily
ought not to pload guilty to his infin
ltos8imalness. Why can't tho monu
mental St atom an of South Carolina
convince the rest of tho world of his
Infallibility, and put in forco tho po
v? li'.ieal oakums that ho so loudly lauds
in his little locality of South Carolina.
It Is pitiful; too small; cheap, cheap,
cheap, this thing of in tho dim and
distant future promising to over
wholm Clovoland and thereby Hood tho
land with prospority. In the whllo let
us bo still patient and wait and when
Tillmanism crosses tho Potomae in
March next, and tho pitchforks begin
to fly wo will stand from under and let
tho wavo of gold and silvor wavo this
way. Until thon and ponding our pro
tracted season of probation wo have
tho Tillman jag to drivo away dull
care and tho bluo dovlls generally.
Wo eatjjt, howover. all bo merry and
gay; tho jag dlsponsers and those who
are the lucky coat-tall swingers may
,'oa>flH?lamscrS~oandy and swing upon
It looks vory much lihe John Gary
Evans. Under thie prospect and hav
ing much tenderness for our roadors
tho ADVBRTISBR tenders a littlo free
advlco. It is an occasion, gentle reader,
for a philosophic or a Mosaic mood.
Possess your soul in patiouco, by all
moans, and don't fret nor say bad
words: it can do no good in tho world.
Relleet throe times beforo speaking as
your good mother often advised you.
Reflect also: you can stand as much as
other people and perhaps a great deal
more: you aro trained in the school of
tho minority; It Is not likely to provo
so very, vory bad and can't last longer
than tho crack of doom; very Uttlo new
deviltry can bo invented: that will re
quiro originality; mediocrity in this
case is a promising blessing. Consider:
blosslngs often eorno In disguise: and
besides, the pestilence is spreading:
wo aro sending Tillman beyond tho
Potomac and sixty-five millions of peo
ple will divido with you the joy of his
presence. So hold hard your breath,
set your jaw and clinch your teeth;
don't speak to your wife or best friend
for a week and in tho meanwhile the
thorinomctor may get down into tho
seventies, In a long dry spell the con
gregation went to tho good minister
to beg ho would pray for rain. The
good man readily consented and got
down the good book, at tho same tlmo
_i?4444rjf'lhom it would do no good as the
moon was not right. Lot thoro bo no
irreverence, but thanks for past bless
Half a loaf is bettor than no bread.
Half a hog is sometimes hotter than
tho entiro pig. Gov. Tillman can't
swallow th? sub-treasury; nolthcr can
ho buy tho railroads at live or ten
thousand millions. Ho is only half an
Allinncoman. Ho will only tako tho
physic If tho doctor says so; ho doesn't
liko it. Vory well. All the rest of
Oeala is tho Chicago platform. This
leaves our Governor and tho Antis kiss
ing. What are you fussing about?
Tho olllcos. How arc wo to get a
chance? ? Join tho ring. What is tho
ring? Tho Reform. What is tho re
form? Tho olllclal disponsor of office.
So it seems that South Carolina alone
of all tho world In all times has a party,
with the loast claim to decency sub
mitting to an open broad?daylight ring
to dictate its beneficiaries. Shame!
Shame! Shamo on the manly FJlerbo,
Tlndal, Rlehburg, Koitt and all the
bravo crow. Wo are not In It?nor
part nor parcol of it, nor kin to it by
blood or alllnlty, collaterally or re
motely or otherwise, mlsorablo
wrotchos that we aro! To bo sat
upon and gougod by tholr household
and to submit liko? like?liko?like
babos. Metier bo a good Anti and
starve than so tame a Tlllmanlto.
Congratulations and "I give you
muoh joy" soem to bo tho song tho
Press politicians aro singing at tho es
cape of tho pcoplo from bloodshed
during tho campaign just concluded.
There was ovldontly some mistake
about this approhonsion. Tho can
vassers wore a milk and elder aggrega
tion. Any pugnacious tendencies on
tho part of tho flory Carolinian would
soem to have exhausted thcmsolvos in
tho Darlington war. After the Spies,
armed with Winchesters, shot to death
at Darlington a number of citizens tho
taste for blood-letting seems to havo
subsided. Tho thirst for human gore
has been satiated. For anything like
hanging tho citizens for sudh a small
matter as murdor would bo inhuman
and cruel. The lio and the imputation
of coward givon on the stump* by one
candidate t<? another is only an inno
eont divorslon. Wo are a good Chris
tian people and must be at poace.
1st Tramp: "Wo are to have'free
^lquor now. '
find Tramp: "Well that Is the high
est bid for the Presidency that has
been made this year."
. . ???? - ; ?* lowered..the
Reuben Kolb's oxeeutive committee
have issued a proclamation that ho and
his party havo boon robbed in Alabama
of tho oloctlop. They declaro they
havo boon ohoated of 40,000 votes.
This is a nice accusation to bring
against tho groat Southern chivalry.
Cheating nevor thrives and posterity
may suffor for this rascality. But note
as to who Is "cousarnod" about tho
posterity part of it. How to got tho
smart sot of tho prosorit into tho peni
tentiary is tho living and burning Is
sue. Better quit politics und lot tho
other fellow havo the ohlce and Buffer
In tho good old limes bofore rail
roads, our daddies carried us to Ham
burg tho noarcst market. To get a
bait of sugar was tho Idea with tho
backwoods lad. Our young horo was
put Into a hogshead of tho sweet stuff
by tho generous merchant. After u
whilo his father passing: "How is it,
Jack?" Jack: "l'vo got to whore it
ain't sweet, pa."
Sholl, Farley, Duncan, Ellcrbc, Tin
dal, Samps Pope, how is it with you,
dear departed friends?
In Abbovillo Gov. Tlllmun attacked
Georgia mo9t savagoly. Hitherto
Goorgla was his darling. The loss of
Georgia is indeed mournful to tho Gov
ernor's soul. But tho fact Is the Dem
ocrats win everywhere from Alabama
to Omoga. "All Is lost savo honor."
South Carolina Is left alone to light it
out with Clovoland, Wall and Lombard
streets, the pluttercrats, tho corpora
tions, tho trusts, the syndicates, tho
aristocrats. And alas and alas,
Tlllmnn alono can speak for South Car
olina. How ho Isovcrernppod!
Moses has been ronomlnatcd for (Jon
gross in Goorgla. The woods of South
Carolina arc so full of Moses' that the
name is Dennis. How it is that wo arc
not ovor-poworcd, weighed down,
and cruelly opprossed, exhausted
and utterly done up by prosperity
only tho futuro can determine. Settle
It gontlcmen, sottlc It. Fight it out
and don't put up with machine rascal
ity. "Freedoms battlo once begun,"
What bad company Gov. Tillman is
seeking! "ICvil communications corrupt
good manners." Kcop away from the
Sonato chamber, Govornor: como not
near tho unclean thing. Contact means
contamination. "Scrapo tripe as clean
as e'er you can, a titbo of tilth will
still remain." Abide, abide, Gov.,
* * *
Here is tho tost. So-called South
Carolina democrats say Cleveland is
not a democrat. They want Tillman.
Now in 1800 if they go Into the Nation
al Convention and the platform of 1*02
bo adopted and Vilas, Boies, Stevenson,
or other Cleveland democrats be named
will they pass under tho yoko as in '1)2
or where will be they bo at?
Reuben Kolb Is beaten by tho dem
ocrats of Alabama. Ho took refuge
under tho name of "JclYorsonlnn'' Dem
ocracy. But it would not work. Every
whiff of pure democracy lifted tho bo
gus skirts and populism, paternalism,
socialism, mahonism and incipient re
publicanism could be read. The peo
ple everywhere cannot be fooled."
* * *
Military titles are so popular in South
Carolina that civilians, as the Attor
ney-General and Comptroller-General
pass into tho category of the waspish
warliko gentry. Tho State House
equips the country with "Ginerals."'
It will take another big trouble to rc
duco the corps of "Ginerals'' in peace
to privates in war.
Messrs. F.llcrbe, Pope, Tindal, et al..
ad versus, etc, now you know how It is
yourself and don't you forget it. Yah,
yah, yah, hurrah for Tillman. All
can't have big ollicc: all can't have
oysters: every fellow can't have "pie:"
peas and rice, peas and rice: just do
ting: do berry ting. "Shake.''
Tho hitch in the tariff vexed question
still voxes the world. It will be all
right in a few days. Congress will im
mediately dissolve. It is refreshing to
contemplate so much purity and wis
dom dispersed over the land.
* * *
If tho st ap of tho Government
makes a good dollar why waste such
such precious metals as silver and gold
for a money medium. Give us co,'?er
and iron for money and silver and gold
for the arts.
"Lily Whito" is tho name of a politi
cal party in Texas. Tho name is prob
ably all rVbt, but the locality ail
wrong: >oi Carolina is the latitude,
no doubt, Intended.
Fair ladies, take notice.?Cen. Bob
Homphlll, it Is roported, is having a
severe tussle with a brother reformer
in Abbevillo to go back to the Senate.
* * *
Fifty years ago it was said of South
Carolina that she snce/.cd when Cal
houn took snuff. Has a bigger than
Calhoun arisen and wherein?
Assuming tho robes of heaven to
servo tho devil In works very well
-tompora. .y, but ovontually proves
Tho campaign of education has
closed: tho honor men are tho spoils
* * *
Beware of the paternalism preached
by tho petit politicians of tho prosent
* * *
A one armed veteran in Alabama
showed how civic battles aro won.
South Carolina Is tho only Southern
Stato lost to the democracy?
A Grand Feature
of Hood's Sarsaparllla is that whilo it
purifios tho blood and sends it coursing
through tho voins full of richness and
health, it also Imparts now lifo and
vigor to every function of tho body.
Henco expression bo often heard:
"Hood's Sarsaparllla mado a now por
8on of mo." It overcomes that tired
fooling so common now.
Pill? ju'a .lalltAlinl.l I
And now oomos tho Greenville News !
with another unhappy suggestion:
Young Tom Watson and his distin
guished stove pi|>o hat are reported out
of favor among tho brethren in Geor
gia in eoiiHcquonco of a rivalry be
tween ovgans of Our Noble Order.
Young Watson ought to bo oddod to
tho Stock Of- select importation- of
Georgia talont Introduced by Senator
Irby. Thoro is abundant room hero
for tho oxorciso of his special talents
and he would soon beeomo one of the
most radiant jewels in tho diadom of
Leave Tom where ho is "at." Georgia
is mlsalonar^ ground. We arc all
right. Tho trouble is to convert tho
heathen of other lands.
Five candidates for tho house in Lau
roii8. Look out, gontlomon! Which
two of you oro on tho anxious bonch,
waiting for tho freezing process?
Sonutor M. C. Butler has returned
to Washington and is in his seat in the
Senate. Ho will, no doubt, miss his"
dear lato Carolina companions, but he
can hug PolYer of Kansas.
Very few voted in tho primaries
throughout tho State on Saturday. It
is a government of tho minority by
tho minority for tho majority.
* * *
Yesterday was a slatebreaking day
in South Carolina, Thousands were
smashed into spithoreens.
* * *
Tho Kolbites threaten a revolution
and to set up a government of their
own in Alabama. "Hero we rost'.."
Out of the groat number of hortest
gentlemen contesting for county ofllces
on their merits aro any to ho frozen
* * *
Dr. Sampson Popo boing clearly not
"in tho ring" decides not to enter the
Cured by IVinrt
Word? o* Conrfort to All v.'.,.> S^f.'.ir
"For wars, I writ; n nmrlyr to
Indigestion, ttnd hud about given oi
Up till llOpC Of ever lb. <-'::g relitf, 0\
its tho complaint ou'y seemed to g]
grow worst) Instead of not lor. oj
under ordinary tnaUuoitt. AI o3
hist, I was Induced latvj Ayev's gj
Sni'sapnvilla, and i Merely le>tlly 5
that after lining only three hot. o<
ties, I wri ictivi d. i < ?>?'.'? pvel'oro, o)
coiiihloiitlyvecomnu-i'.d Hilsiued- ?j
Iclno to nil similarly iinlmled/ ? r,\
'?I sum pjivonnily acquainted %\
with Mr. i!e<i; 111 su hellevn any o;|
statement li" may ntako to be oj
-'ist and L'huvmncUt, Avoen, In. ?\
"I have used Ayov's Savsnpn- 2
rill;-, for ?eilOViW debility and, ilfl
11 blood-purl(lor, find it dec.-; ex- oi
M'tlv oa la clnlmod for it."- s. J.
Adams, Em?ll, Texas. ?*
Admitted fov Exhibition oj
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR ?i
0 0 ?nS??2.95r.-9.2.?il51i?i2 <??.2?2,?.9l
1 desiro ovory ginncr in Laurens
County to know that I have the Agency
for the best machine on the market for
sharpening and gumming gin saws.?
Price $1U. Call on or address ?
J. H. GARRISON,
Laurens, S. C.
FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS.
if vouAvnnt work 1i1.1t la pleasant and profitable,
send us your nddrcss Immediately. We (each men
mid women how to earn trout H5.00 per day lo
0.1,000 per year without lllivlllg had previous
experience, ami flirilUll tho employment id which
they can make lhat amount. Nothing dilllcult to
learn or tlmt requires much time. The work is
cany, healthy, and honorable, and can hedone dur
ing daytime or evenings, right in your own local
ity, wficrever you iivu. Tho result of a few
lioum' work often cqimlH a week's wnfrcft.
Wc have tani'ht thousands of both sexes and nil
ages, mid many havo laid inundations thnt will
surely bring (hem riehen. Some of Hie smartest
inen In this country owe their success In life to
tho -tin t given them while in our employ years
ago. You, reader, limy do ns well; try it. You
cannot fail. No capital necessary. We lit you out
with something that is new, Holhl. and hut, A
book brlmfut of advice is free to all. Help your
self by writing for It to-day ? not to morrow.
Delays arc costly.
E. C. ALLEN & CO.,
STATE OF SOUTH OA.ROLIKA,
County of Laukenh,
Court of Common Pleas.
Copy Summons for Relief.
B. C. Burns and Albort Burns partners
in trade under the Arm name of
Uiirns & Pro., IMaintills against
Kussoll Si Co., Defendant.
To the Defendant Russell & Co.?
You aro hereby summoned and re
quired to answer'the complaint in this
action, of which a copy Is hurowith
Borvod upon you, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint'on
the subscriber at their ollice at Laurens
Court House. South Carolina, within
twonty days nfter tho service hereof,
exclusive of tho day of such sorvicu:
and if you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the Plain
tiffs fn this action will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the
Dated Juno 20th, A. D., 1804.
[SEAL] J. II. WhARTON, 0. 0. 0. P.
JOHNSON & RIOHEY,
To Russoll & Co., non resident, Do
Tako notice that tho Summons and
Complaint In the above stated notion
woro filed in tho olllco of tho Clerk of
tho Court of Common Fleas for Laurons
County, State of South Carolina, on
BOth day of June, 1801.
JOHNSON & RIOHEY,
That Tired Feeling
Hood's Sarsaparllla Makes the
" 1 cheerfully announce the tacts of a coursa
of treatment with Hood's Sarsaparllla. I was
Mrenblad with n daii
headache and that tired
feeling. I am empl .yed
by the St. i ..ids ft .-in
Francisco Hallway and
was out in all kinds of
weather. I began to take
11 .""is Sarsaparllla, and
after taking six bottles I
felt perfectly well and
had a good nppotlta.
Hood's Harsaparilla Is a
groat blood purifier and
1 gladly recommeud it"
C. 15, 11m;j. i i i, Mouolt,
Ho uire to get Hood's and only Hooa ?. bc.ause
Hood'8 PMl8 sire tho best family cathartio
aim liver niedicliie. Harmless, reliable, sure.
Will bo lot to tho lowest bidilor tho
building of a new bridgo across Durban
(?reek at AHord Parks' mill on J/riday,
31 et of August lost. AIpo ropairing
bridgo across Warrior Crook, near Mr.
William M. Hiinter'y, on Saturday, 1st
of September next. Also tltS building
of a now bridgo on Bsaverdom ('reek,
near ('apt. .1." B. Humbert'?, on Wed
nesday, 5th of September next. Each
bridge will bo let to tho lowest bidder
at 11 o'clock A. M. Contractors to givo
bond, with security for their faithful
discharge of the same; and Commis
sioners reserve tho right, to accept or re
ject any and all bids. By order of tho
beard. K.P. ADAIR,
M. L. Bullock, Secretary.
THE authorities of Converse College
autbon/.o mo to make tho following oder
of one fcholarship of free tuition in the
collegealo department of Converso Col
lege to ono young woman of Eaurens
County. Said scholarship io worth $30,
and is good for two yeare. Tho appli
cant must bo at least thirteen, and not
more than eighteen years, and must be
of good moral character.
The examination will be hold at 1.au
reus Court House on Saturday, August
18th, 189-t. Applicants must pass a
written examination on first Arithmetic
and Algebra to equations of tho second
degrco ; second, (i:?o;rraphy ; third, U. S.
History; fourth, English Grammar and
Analysis. Tho applicant passing the
best examination shall be entitled lo the
said scholarship, If there are no appli
cant for examination on the day ap
pointed the School Commissioner of
1,aureus County shall have the power to
appoint one young woman to said schol
THOMAS J. DCCKETT,
School Commissioner LaurensCo.
Juno 10, 1804?32-- Ot
is the: oest.
$ 3.5? P0UCE.3 Soles.
wf" extra fine.
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You cnu save money bv purchasing W. L,
HoiiuIiih Hhoes. .
Because, we arc the largest manufacturers of
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the value by Stamping the name and price ou
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 thuO
auy other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, wc can. Sold by
<&S>" For sale by
The Lauhens Cash Co.
Cash or Installments.
New Machines traded for old
ones. A well equipped
Gonzaeks & Withers,
Columbia, S. C.
Are very essential when a
person is ill and adulterat
ed medicines cannot possi
bly have the curative
powers like wholesome
DR. B. P. POSEY
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
Feilet Articles, Stationery, 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
price*? Yours for mutual benefit,
Bo F. F?SBS?,
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DRU66IST
SPARTAN Hl IM.', S. <'. ,
JAS. H. CARLISLE, LL.D,.
"5 Two Fall Courses.
Necessary expenses for orte year, One
Hundred and Fifty Hollars.
For Catalogue addres,
J. A. ?AMEWELL,
Secretary of Faculty.
Urn |pt.pp Jojte 1
This Favorite Resort for Health, and Pleasure
is now Open to .Visitors. For Hates
of Board apply to
SIMPSON & SIMPSON.
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Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Chronic Hcptatitis, Jaundice, Torpor of
Liver, and general debility following upon malarial diseases.
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Uterine, Renal and Cystic Diseases, Ileamaturia
4 and Catamanial derangements.
?FOR SALE BY?
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PAUL SIMPSON, Glenn Springs,
WE HAVE NOT
WE HAVE NOT
the earth at and below cost.
the greatest aggrigation of mer
chandise ever shown on the Atner
WJE HiWIi! NOT 1 f(
and in this way induce you to buy
a general bill in which we can
burn you up with profit.
wc thinkn line of goods not equaled in ex
celcncy of quality and reasonableness of
value in Laurens County.
wc know the good opinion of the trading
not gained the confidence of the trade by
practicing deception and palming oil'goods
of inferior quality at the price of fust-class
determined that our Stock shall he 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 ami let us name
you a few prices.
DRY GOODS PALACE.
Notice to Overseers.
You aro hereby ordered to summons
tho hands under your supervision, and
put in good order and condition for trav
el, t'\0 roads, by tho 1st of September
next, cutting all dead timber near the
road, removing tho roots and loose rock
in said road. All overseers and de
faulters to work failing to comply with
this requirement will he dealt with ac
cording to law.
By order of tho board.
It. P. A DA IB,
M. L. Bcm.ock, Clerk.
July 4, 1801?34? 9t
ALE Persons having business with
the School Commissioner will find him
in his Ofllco on Saturday of each week,
until further notice
TIIOM. J. DUCKETT,
Hchool Commissioner Laurens Co.
DR. W. II. BALL,
OFFICE OVER NATIONAL BANK, LAURENS,
Ovrica Days?Mondays andTiusdays
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Ky I'ntvoiHliy, hoxlngton, Ky.. km Awarded
Wto&i* AWD DiPOLOIWA
DY 'iiil W??IO'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION,
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,i riiiiiioa/ii(>ii>'i -i>i?' writing und
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K. '?<;. ; ;?*. E'ih'mIUomI, i.v>ir?- <o.i, c?.t.
Valuable property In the city of
Laurons. The old l'rosbytorian cnuch
and lot containing about throe acros.
Tho church building is of brick, and in
tho very best condition und can bo con
verted into a splendid residence lot.
AIho a very desirable building lot nOXt
to tho now' Baptist church, with a front
on Main street and on Collego street.
Hoth of these lots arc very convenient
to the business portion of town and
all tho churchos and the grudedi school,
This is a good opportunity for Inven
tors and per mi desiring to secure a
homo In tho thriving city of Lauren*.
Communicuto with J. O. C. Fleming
or 11/ Y. Simpson, commlttco.
0 MANY ^
Closing Out?Parasol Sale.
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.
How to buy, when to buy, and
where to buy, are three things
she is master of.
SI IK KNOWS
$3.50 Parasol, at $1.75.
tjJkW We mean this.
J. 0. C. FLEMING & CO.
$ Here very urjell, bixt
$ uHll be **lael to see
yoU at oUi* STOJRE,
Where Priees will Tlak for Themselve?.
;v-' . : -Vi 'S''.. ? . ' ? te?&.yjJl?V.^??
RAMBLERS ARE THE BEST. Can soil you any make of
Bicycle. Come and figure with us on the price.
flKT fIGflTE STOVE.
Let Us Give Yo? Prices.
Furniture, Carpeting, Chinaware, Stoves
and House Furnishing Goods,
S. M. and E. H. WIEKES & CO.
gjjkW Mi liter's New Building,
?DlSTILl.UKK AMI JoilHKK!
Pure <>!<! Fashioned North Carolina Hand Made Corn niul Ky
Wlilskio.H, Apple and l*eaeh Brandies.
We make a specialty of pure goods for private use and medicinal
purposes. Our brands are all recognized as standard, and we sell noth
ing hut high grade Goods. We are fiole proprietors of the celebrated
K1CY brand of old fashioned hand made Corn Whiskey and Apple
Brandy packed in cases of one dozen bottles. We quote as follows, in
lots i to io gallons: N. (!. "Poplar Log" Corn Whisbey, $1.25 to $3.00,
according to age; Rye Whiskey, $2.00 to $,f.OO, according to age; Ap
pie Brandy, $2.00; Teach Brandy, $2.75. Extra charge for kegs apd
Wc can furnish Corn Whiskey in CttfCS of I, ?, 4, 6 and 8 dozen
bottles to case, in pints, half pints and quarts, ready for use, at low
piicOB. Can make special prices on barrel shipments. Wc have th
largest stock in the country ol Old Coin Whiskey, ripened and mello^
cd by age, and especially recommend it for private usoj?
J^liY & Co., rytcsvillc, N