They bade us "Good luck" and handed us each a quart bottle of corn whisky.
By and by he come up to half a bottle of corn whisky—the same one that had stood on the table out on the Circle Arrow.
"Distillers of corn whisky who refuse to pay their taxes to the government," the youth replied.
Mr. Slosson's corn whisky had already wrought a marked transformation in the case of Slosson himself.
Were they at such times searched, they would be found to contain a gourd of corn whisky, and beside it a plug of tobacco.
Probably so extensive a consumption of Mr. Pegloe's corn whisky had never been accomplished with greater highmindedness.
The air rapidly grew heavy with the smell of unwashed bodies and of moist tobacco, and with the peculiar oily odor of corn whisky.
She turned to a cupboard, and, taking out a bottle of corn whisky, laid it before him with a composure that jarred on the man.
The corn whisky of Illinois was an article of commerce which found its way to many markets.