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THE ORANGEBURG NEWS
Financial and Business Manaoeb.
Official I*aper of the State and
of Orangcburg County.
ffSTTHE OR A KG Eli UK G NEWS HAS
. A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN
ANY OTHER PAPER IN THE CO UN
SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1874.
Indictment of tho Governor
Quashed, and ?Struck from
Judge (! rah am issued his order ou
tho 8th inst.. ([Hashing the iudiclmcut
of Governor Moses, and striking the
same from tho docket. The order is a
very able oue, aud docB much credit to
Judge Carpenter in his chargo to
tho Grand Jury of Edgcficld Couuty
last week speaking of tho new license
law, nnd iustructiug the jury n-s regards
their consideration of applications for
license, said that now-a days, as a gener
al thing, no real liquor waB sold?hero
nor aiiywhero cLe in this country.
There was no brandy, nor whiskey no
gin. Everything of the sort was a
concoction of poisons?water, prusic
acid, strychnine, &c. And that men
wcie very oltcn not drunk, but drugged
or poisoned, lie therefore, urged upon
the jury the importance of being careful
nud conscientious in . tho matter, i. e.,
giuuting licenses only to persons who
they felt sure would uot carry the drug
aue poison Lusiucss too far.
[ For Tin: "OfiANOEnnuRu News,"]
Care of Children's Teeth.
Mit. .Editor.?Though there arc
many wiso, and many foolish and many
pretty thiugs daily thrown to the breeze
of the .literary world, giving informa
tion on every possible subject, telling
you how to eat aud how to drink, what
to do and what not t,o do, giving you
the Alpha and Omega of almost every
thing that wo can possibly couccivc of,
yet there is ouo subject which has cer
tainly been seriously neglected, anl as
it concerns the children, 1 know I ?hall
b^o, ^uejLJiMl BL of caution
nut you aro very particular that
your child Should appear, both ut home
and abroad, with its lace and bauds as
cleum as a lilly; its dress ueat and un
soi'.cd; its walk straight aud erect, its
behavior cxamplary?all of which is
right, yet there arc parents, tc be num
bered by the thousands, who never for
one moment bestow one thought on
the care of their tender child's teeth.
'Jho very instruments and machinery
iutrnded by a wise Creator to sh'cld us
from disease and pain?keep the body
healthy and strong, preserve the com
plexion aud beauty, aud to carry us to
mature old age?arc passed by in utter
neglect, aud instead of performing the
functions for which they were intended,
arc permitted to become instruments of
pain, impairing tho health, distorting
tho foaturcs, beauty and symmetry of
lb* faco, and often bringing the poor
ohiltl to an immature grave. Thiuk of
Wow few know anything about the
care and preservation of children's teeth?
und they never take any pains to learn,
but leave all the pains for the little ones
to bear and Buffer. Tho fact is too well
known, whou children arc cutting their
first, or milk teeth, us many tired moth
ers, uftor many weary, sleepless nights,
can testify. Hut the period soou passes
and they "bless their stars" that their
child bus got through teething.
May I cay to you, fond mothers, that
the campaigu ib not yet ended, nor is
your child yet through teething, neither
will it bo until it is twclvo or fourteen
years old, nnd that your care about its
teeth is not yet to ho dismissed, bud
As soon as tho first teeth are fully
a opted, tench your child to 'cleanse
tl.cm ovevy night beforo retiring to rest
with a soft tooth brush, which will keep
food from depositing itself ou und be
tween the teeth, where it would other
wise remain, decomposo, aud generate an
acid which will provo very destructive
to tho teeth. Many children loso their
teeth prematurely. This should not b o
It is mos?yfcp>rtaut that every ono of
the temporary tcolh should be presorv
od sound in. its plnco until it has fulfill
ed its mission, which is to, give the
tin)' '0'iicthiog to chew with, until tho
perm-; n nt sett is comploted, aud tho
jaw Buuiciently expanded to rccoive
them. Then, if the process of nature
hns ?ouc on undisturbed, tho roots of
tho formor will havo^bccn absorbed or
taken up as food by the lattor, and they
can be easily removed without the aid of
any instrument, thus remaining to tho
very last, to keep the spnee open clear
for the permanent sett to come in proper
liuc. Nino tenths of parcuts have tho
idea that the first teeth ought to bo ro .
moved, in order to niiike room for the
second; and when they discover that the
teeth arc becoming loose, off they pull
far the dentist, to have it extracted,
but, if ho is a roau of oxpericnoo or
honor, (tho Inttcr ho should possess a
! good degree of,) he will say, "No, na
ture is performing a far superior opera
tion than I caa perform; lot uaturc's
arts alone, 13ut we often find the root
absorption goiug ou improperly, and the
secoud tooth is seen coining through the
gums, cither inside or"outside the pro
per line, while tho first still remains iu
its place. In all su'jh cases a good den
tist should bo consulted, who will kuow
exactly what to do.
All irregularities in the teeth should
bo corrected while tho child is quite
young, and before the law becomes hard
I i The, best time for leg lating the teeth
is between the ages often aud eighteen
years. Timely inspection of the teeth
will oltcu save the little ones much suf
Parents should examine thorn weekly '
and should they feel incompetent to rely
solely on their own judgment, let them
consult sonic practical dcutist.
Toothache is tho offspring begotten
by cnrelcscncfcs, ignorance aud neglect,
and ho /is a troublesome little devil.
Thousands of dollars are annually ox
pended for extracting filling aud iusgr
ting artificial teeth on plato, which
might have been avoided if right care
had been bestowed up in thou* in e.irly
life. Fathers, buy your children
brushes. Mothers, teach your children
to use the tooth brush every night after
shipper, and allow tkern to out nothing
more for the night, after brushing the
teeth, for decay commences only at
night, wh*n the tongue is still aud the
saliva ceases to flow, and when once the
hubit of cleansing tho tooth wjll is
formed, it is formed, for life, and will
be a constant source of comfort and
The following taWo illustrates au up
per dociderous, or temporary sot of tcot lv
They aro tweuty in uumber, ten in- oach
jaw, and aro knowa by tho following
jinin-, mwl nr i rflj "i '|"' in the"*order
Two central incisors erupt between
5th aud 8th months; two lateral incisors
betweou 7th and 10th mouths, two ca
nines or eye teeth between the 12th aud
lGth mouths; four molars belweoo the
3,4th' aud 39th month J
The lower teeth are known by the
Ranic panics, and appear in tho same
order, preceding tho upper by a few
weeks. Children have four large mo
lars, or jaw teeth, that, if ihoy lose, will
never bo replaced. They erupt between
the fifth and sixth year, and should by
all possible means, receive close attcn
The following table illustrates an up
per permanent set of teeth. They aro
thirty-two in number, sixtooa in each
jaw, and arc known by the following
names, aud erupt usually iu tho order
Two central incisors erupt between
Gth aud 7th year; two lateral incisors,
between the 7th and 9th year; two ca
nines or eye-teeth, between tho 1 lib and
12th. year, two first bicuspils. between
9th and 10th year; two first or six
year molars between 5th aud Gth year:
two eccoud molars, between 12th and
Mth year; two third molars, or wisdom,
botwecu 17 aud 25th year. The lower
teeth are known by the same name and
appear in about the same order.
A. M. 8NIDE11, 1>. S.
Oraugeburg, S. C, Juno 1871.
The author requests the ATewa il
Courier to copy.
There will hardly como again in the
history of this State a period iu which so
many political mistakes have been mado
as in the years that have gone since the
war was over. It is nine years since
Appomnttox. In those nine years wo
have reached a deplorable conolusi >n .
There can bo uo doubt of tho fiict that
tho State, to uso a homely expression,
is in a bud row of stumps. It is n field
lull of nut grass, joint grass, crab grass ,
and every other kind of vegetable aud
animal obstruction to a good political
crop ucxt fall. It will need the deepest
kind of ploughing and tho most careful
kind of cultivation. How the laud has
become so sour and unprofitable, it may
be tho business of tho Grangers to in
quire It may bo because we have per
sisted iu planting iu our public offices
cnbbogcs without any head, as shade
trees uiider which wo insist-that tho
people. shall rest aud bo happy. In
looktng''back, wo are'compelled to seo'
some things that we would not see. We
nrc compelled to see that tho opposition^
had everything iu their hands, and, like
Othello, though not quite hi high lyf
colored,-, "throw a pearl away riches*]
than all < its tribo." The Government
at Washington did not insist at bum
upon tho full fruition o( its complete
victory. It ro-CBtablished civil govern
ment almost before the smoke hattl
cleared, and placed its administration in
the hands of tho old regime. It did not
give the frcodman the voto, and thifj
Legislature of 18G5 was as muoh like
tho Legislature of 1835 as if there had
been no conflict. There wero two ole
incuts which th.it Legislature ought toT
have conciliated as a matter at least oi<
policy?tho Congress and the freed uioh
If it had yielded to the demands whichj
it must havo known would be enforced,,
a different state of things might haver}
ensued, but how much better or worjy^
we are not prepared to say. That Lcgi^*
luturc insulted Congross, and alienated**
tho country by tho indignant rcjcctitjfi
of the constitutional a in end me at, It
likewise outraged and alarmed tho froouV
man by the summary enactment of the
Mack Codo. Congress became worth,,
and, - in the plenitude of its powor, dis^)
missed the Legislature and ro-cst.iblish
ed a military rule. Tho Fedora!"
authorities determined to hive a Logigj
hit uro that would at loait accept the
situation and incorporate iu tho S'atevj
Constitution the results of tho surrender
Tu answer to the vote against the mW-"
tecntli amendment, Congress dissolved^
the civil establishment. In reply to
the Black Code, it gave the frecdmcn
unqualified suffrage. The opposition
laughed both to scorn. There was somt??1
thing of heroism, it is true, iu icfusing,
under any circumstances, to cqnsent t5
tho disfraneliiseiiient of their comrades
in armsj but ihove wtis any nmourjt of
folly in ridiculing the credit and vitality
of the new order of things. What had
conic was inevitable, and they know it|_
but instoid of making t he best of it,
they persisted iu making the very worst
of it. The pearl "richer than all its
-tribo" was iu their hands, aulthey
threw it away in high disdain. Tho*
st ranger came, picked it up add polishod '
it on o&c side considerably. Ho came,
and in contempt of Scriptjuro, to
them in aud evcr^44wn^ ed*1* l^
in Ins way. "What else could you ex
pect him to do under the circumstances.'
It was one extreme against the other?
the extreme of political folly and mad
ness against the extreme of political
inexperience, running recklessly into
ruin and COiruptiou. The otic had
sacrificed a golden opportunity; the
other has sacrificed u goldeu public
Both sides are now satisfied that
neither extreme will do, and that some
plaiik will have to bo saved from the
general wreck upon which we can all
stand, with some tried Republican at
our head, whose nomination will be a
security for the integrity ol tho party
I in the State aud the honest and econo
mical ndmiiiibtratiuu of its public
a fl'ui is ? I. Tu ioit -Hera A /.
Tho Charleston Hcics <m<l Courier of
yesterday has the following item:
"OuTit.AciE and Robbery.?j. ?V.
llowell, of Hranchviire, came to this
city about a week ago, and, not beiug
familiar with city life, was soon iu the
meshes of plausible sharpeis. They
induced him to take more drinks than
ho could stand up under, and thou car
ried him to a lot in Ltnguurd street,
where they laid him down and pulled
off bis clothes, which, with his money,
ihey stole. IIowcll was found in a half
nude condition aud tnkeu to the Guard
house. Fiver siuoo the affair was com -
mit ted the detectives have been trying
to liud out who perpotrated tho robbery.
Yesterday they arrested James Cor
coran, Wm. Bcrrigau and Hubert Drew,
upon whom strong suspicion rests.
They will be turned over to a trial
justice today, when their ease will bo
The Mexicans and Indians arc mak
itig serious trouble ou the Rio Grande.
Sovcral murders have been com mi tied,
many ranches robbed, and large numbers
of catllo driven across the river into
Mexico. It is feured that the worst is
yet to come.
A II onolulu paper says, in regard to
our financial panic: "O Kawaitiui no
kn oioi inua a kc ku ana a hoopku ho
leo hooholo Amerieanul c ae aku iu na
ono kanaka, oia hoi na hoalc ine na
hawaii e kamailio imna o na liulawa ha)
na hoohlra ia moa. " There doc? not
occur to us, at prcsont, any objection to
be offered to those views.
When nsked by a friend at the Fifth
Avenue how she Hkod her now name,
sho was abio to pucker up her pretty
? mouth enough to nay that 'I tis Sart-oris
factory,' und her friends feel a oalm con
.fidence that after that she cannot be sea
sick.?Julian Anjustian Sjlbyan.
A fair and buxom widow, in Fort
land, Mo., who had buried three bus
bands, recently went with a gentleman,
who had paid marked attention in the
days of his andolesccnce, to inspect.the
graves of her dear departed. After
contemplating thorn some minutes in
mournful silence ; She murmured to her
companion, "Ah! Joe, you might have
becu in that row, if you had only had a
little more courage."
A few days ago a hungry party sit
down at the well spread supper of a
sound steamer, upon which one of the
dishes contained a trout of moderate
size. A serious looking idividuul drew
this dish toward him, saying, apologcti
cally, "This is fast day with me." His
next, neighbor, an Irish gentleman, ;:n
mediately inserted hi* tork into the Gall
and transferred it to his own plate, re
marking, "Sir, do you suppose nobody
has a sowl to be saved but yourself?"
A singular natural curiousity is found
at Sadawaga I'ond iu Whitinghain, Vt.,
consisting of one hundred and fifty acres
of land floating on the surface of the
water, covered with cranberries, and
even sustaining trees fifteen feet high.
When the water is raised or lowered at
the dam of the pond, the island raises
and falls with it, and fish arc caught by
boring a hole iu the crust and Railing
down :is through the ice in winter. A
similar island once existed in a small
lake near llangor, Maine, and there arc
many Mich in Southern Flurida.
OFFICE CO I'NTV COM MISSION BUS,
Or.a.sur.i: rnc Covxtv,
June 8th, 1874.
Notice is hereby given thai the County
Commissioners will LET OUT to the LOW
EST BIDDER, at the New Bridge near
Branchvillc, on the first day of July next lit
12 o'clock M., (lie Contract for Building
two Small Bridges, situated in tne forks of
tho Ed ist OS near the said New Bridge
Contractors to give bond with Becurity for
performance of contract.
t. lly ftnlft? <\f U..?*.-'1 i'midIv i Vi? ">i?Qi on
Clerk of Board,
jiino 11 lit
XOTICK TO TEACUKKHAM)
OFFICE CO., SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
OiiAXORuunu Co., June Si 1? 1874.
All persons having claims against the
Courly of Orangeburg issued through this
Office nre hereby requested to have tlicin
rogistored in accordance with an act of tho
General Assembly, before ilicy will be paid.
Tlio tinio for registration is limited to July
F. U. MoKINLAY,
Co., School Cemmissiouor.
june lil 187-1 ".i
All persona who have not paid their Town
Taxes and Licenses, are hereby notified
that tlio Penalty has been attached, and
unless sclllcTI l>y the 20lh, executions for
tho same will lie issued against all Delin
By order of Council.
JClerk of Council,
june 13 187 1 21
OFFICE COUTV AUDITOR,
On.\Noi:nt'iu] Coi srv, S. C.,
Juno 10th, 187 I.
Notice is hereby given that from an and
after WEDNESDAY, the FIRST BAY of
JULY 1^71 to Thursday the twentieth day
of August, this Office will bo OPEN to re
ceive tho BKTUBNS of Heal and Personal
Property of this County. Tax Payers nro
requested to have a Correct List of tho
different Classes ot Lands, as follows :
Number of acres of Planting Land.
Number of acres of Meadow aud Pasture.
Number of aces of Wood Laud.
And muni.er of Buildings.
Fach tract of laud must be returned
separate iu the Township whore it lies, and
at the Bnme time they will make their re
turn of Personal Properly, Moneys and
Taxpayers are urgontly requested to bo
prompt in making their returns, as tho Law
requires me to add a penalty of 60 per cent,
lo the Real and Personal Property sf delin
quents which in eyery instance will be done
JAMES VAN TASSEL.
june 13 , 1874 tf
Lost at St. Georges' Station S. C, ft. R.,
or St. Georges Church a HAIR BRACELET
with a MINIATURE iu the GOLD LOCKET,
Tho finder of which will be suitably reward
ed if loft at this office.
rtny '-!0 1<<71 tr
OFFICE CO. SCHOOL COMMISSIONER,
OltAHOEBl'Jia Co., S. C.
Orangeburg, June 8th, 1874. >
Tlic attention of School Trustesa, and the
Resident Voters of tbo Sercial Districts of
this County are hereby dirootcd to the fol
lowing extracts fr*m Chapter 80 Sections
13, 14 and 15 of the Uencral Statutes of the
"Skc. 13. An annual meeting of each
School District shall be held on tho last
Saturday of Juno of each year at 12 o'clock
M. .Notice of tho time and place boing
given be the Cloik of the Board of Trustees
by i osting written or printad notices Jin
three public places of the District at least
ton days before the meeting. Special mect
iags may be called by the Hoard of Truste as
or by o majority of the legal voters of tho
District; but notice of such Special Meet
ing, staling the purpose tor which it has
been called, shall be posted in at least three
public places within the District tin days
previous to the time of such meeting. And
no business Hhnll bo acted upon at any
Special Meeting not specified iu said no
J^Skc 14. Kho following persons shall be
entitled to vote at any District Mcettug,
vi/.: All persons possessing the qualifica
tions of electors ns defined by the Constitu
tion of this State, and who shall be resi
dents of tho District at the time of offering
to voie at such meeting.
Skc. l?. The inhabitants qualified to vote
at n District Meeting lawfully assembled
?dutll have power to raise by tax in addition
to the a nouut apportioned by the State to
their use, euch further sums of money as
they may deem proper for the support of
Public Schools, said sum not to be more
than three dollars for every child in the
District between the age of G and 10, such
sums of money to be used as shall be agreed
upon at the meeting
The Clerk of the Hoard of Trustees of
each School District in accordance with (he
provisions of Section 13 are hereby required
to issue notices of said masting.
P. It. McKINLAY,
Co. School Commissioner,
jnno 13 3t
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF ORANGEBURG.
In the CctittT of PaOBATB.
Dy AUGUSTUS U. KNOYVLTON, Esq.,
J-.idgo of Probate in said County.
WHEREAS, Ephraim II. Craves hath
made suit to me, to grant him Letters of
of Administration of the Estate and effects
of Luoinda E. Hcrlong, late of said Uouuly,
These uro therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred and Creditors
of i he said deceased, to be and ap
f*-;;r. before me. at a Court of Probate for
the said County to bo holden at Oruugeburg,
on the 2*.?th day of June 1874, at 11
o'clock A. M? to show cause if any, why the
said Administration should not be grained,
lliven under my Hand and tho Seal of Court,
this Sih day of June, Anno Domini
[L.S.] AUG. IL KNOWLTON,
Probate Judge, O. C.
June 13 2t
r ... _w_. ' ? - " "
Notice of Dismissal.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
concerned that on the Sixth Day of
July. 187 t, I will tile my final account as
Administratrix of the Estate of the late
LAWRENCE D. CLAK, decoused, iu the
Probate Court of Orangeburg County, and
will petition for my final discharge
Orangeburg, S. C Jnnc '.\, 1874.
ROSA V CLARK,
Est. L. ?. Clark,
june f, 1S74 4t
is. r. 3ii ck l:\flss, i>cutiat,
Of CHARLESTON, can be found at his
OFFICE above Captain BRIGG
MANN'S STORE, on Rus
References?Dns. J. P. Patimck, B. A.
Mi ckkni r*s, A. P. PsiJtpcii, M. D., and
Messrs. I'klsbr, Kouobrs k Co.
june ? 1874 tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
On a m; biu au County.
1, Hannah Marcus, wife of Michaol Mar
cus, of the Count- aud Slate aforesaid, shall
henceforth carry on business ns a free
trader, ul "Jamisons.' in the said County.
june 8 1874 3t
Thompson II. i'ookc, Ex'r., "1
and i Complaint
Jane M, '/eiglo-, Kx'x. |
of tho Will of for
vs i Injunction and
N. E. W. Sistrunk, Almr. I
aud others. j Relief.
By virture of an order made herein, the
Creditors of tho late P.u.iel Zeigler, are
hereby required to present and prove their
several demnnds before the undersigned at
Orangeburg C. II., on or before the loth
July next, or the anino will bo dobarrcd
C. B. GLOVER,
Orangeburg, 0. H-, June Glh, 1874.?8t
Ad min istrators Sale.
By virtue of an order of the Probate
Court, I will sell at Orangeburg C. H. on
Thursday tno Eleventh day of Juno A. D.,
1874, all the perishable property of Dr.
FiiEDF.nicK F i: us sr. a decased, consisting
Household and Kitchen furnnturc, Dental
Tools, Dental Chairs, Buggy nnd Harness
May 25th 1874.
may 30 1874 3t
rriHE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Informs the public thut he is now pre
pared to furnish BRICKS in any quantity.
All orders will meet p?orapt attention.
J. C. EDWARDS,
june 5 1873 tf
iBrick! Brickl! Brick!!!
taylor & johnson,
COT/UM13IA, S. C.
" Arc prepared to furnish FIRST CLASS
BRICK iu any quantity nt the LOWEST
MARKET RATES. Orders solicited.
Joskin Taylor. Hknbv b. Johnson
ni iy '23 tf
All persons having claims against the
Estate of Lewis It. Zimmerman, deceased,
will present the fame proj erly attested, and
thosu indebted will make payment to
April 11th 1874.
may 10 1874 lm
_;_.? ?? ??. I
Dr. J. Gr. Wannamaker & Co.,
Respectfully call the public's attoation to
FIRST CLASS DRUO STORB^ 7
on Russell Street, next door to McMasloi''*
Brick Building, wher.c. can bo found a well'
selected htock of MEDICINES, TAINTS,
OILS, SOAPS nnd Fancy Toilet Articles.
A kind nnd generous patronage is earn
estly solicited. .
Dr. J. G. WANNAMAKER & CO.
The UNDERSIGNED lakes pleasure in
announcing to his ninny friends nnd patrons
that he has PERMANENTLY LOCATED .at
ORAXGEBURG c. II.
Where he will devote his ENTIRE TIME
from every Monday until Friday noon, to
the " i<-0 'l^ (H^lfi.J);^
PRACTICE OF PENISTftY
in nil its Department?.
Perfect SATISFACTION Jguaranteed in
all Operations entrusted to bis care.
Churls MODERATE. He will be found
at Dr. Pursuer's Old Stand.
Very respectfully, 1
A. M. SNIDER, D. 3.
?may 0 ? ly
Notice is hereby given .that in three
months from date, the Hoard of County
Commissioners will [ appoint Special Com
missioners to Lav Out and Open a Public
Road, leading from Rowc's Pump to Howe's
Bridge, known ns the Swamp Road, running
through the hinds of M Robinson, Dcmpscy,
W C Reeves nnd William Ash, unless in tho
meantime cause be shown to the contrary.
By order of the Board.
GEO. BOLIYER, '
Clerk County Commisfioners.
County Commissioner's Office, May 4th,
F5 . ... .......;^.;r .,, ^
A NEW LAW EIRJfk
HUMBERT I FORDHAM,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
A .T Ii A'Wi- *?|
OFFICE COURT HOUSE,
OJlAXGi'BtTRfJi S C
mar 14 'J ? Ml
?i h;*ia 9&fb\\\ it'itni^ ?
STATE OF SOUTH.CAUOLINA, \
Executive department. )"
Whereas, by a joint resolution of tho
General Assembly of tho State of South
Carolina, entitled "A joint resolution to re
quire Edwin I. Cain, Sheriff* of OrangcbntFg
county, to give a new oflibial bond within
ten days after tho passage of'thc earn oT'oth
erwise tlio said office to be declared vacated,
und it shall be the duty of the Governor, to
order an election to fill said vacancy?'
proved December 2'Olb, 1873. And where
as, official information has b.iccn rocoiTcd
at this department frotn the- -Chair
man of ths Board of County Commissioner's
for the said county of Orangoburg, that, tho
said County CommUsionors have not re
ceived any new of lie hi bind as she
riff of said county since the passage of
tho said joint resolution. Now, thcreforo,
you, nnd each of you, mta hereby required,
with strict regard to tho provisions of tho
constitution and laws of the State, touching
your duty in such caso, to cause an election <
to be held in tho said county on the FIR^T
TUESDAY following the FIRST MONDAY .
in NOVEMBER NEXT, to 011 said vacan
Cyt ;tKi? t?ii ?3?BlQ?il '
All bar rooms nnd drinking piilnons shall
be closed on the said day . ot elootion, and
anv person who shall sell any intoxicating
drinks on snid day of election shall be deeuv
ed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on oon
viotion thereof, shall bo fined a sum of not,
less than One Hundred DOiltifif,' 'or* 4^1^*?
pri?oned for a period of net lesu tbatr one
month nor more than six months.* ^.t^
In testimony whorop<,MI (havot^%M?J^t>
c my hand and caused the arcat seal ef the.
Stale to he nllixcd atOlurabia, this 21s! day
of March, A. D- 1874, and in Ihc ninety
eight year of American fMep^ttfnW.4
By the Governor* t"4 ?*
[i.. s.] e'RANKUllsTtoMUUsSrfr
H. E. lUYSKjiScgretej^ eOgtaf^
ATTORNEY: AND COUNSELLOR.
at h XV w ,
July 8 tt