The County Commissioners met, as usual, on first Monday in the month. The usual routine business was transacted. $45.50 was allowed to the out-door paupers of the county. The keeper of the poor reported an average of 17 paupers for the month of August – 8 white and 9 negroes. An itemized statement of expense for said month amounted to $39.08. A number of accounts were ordered to be paid, for various expenditures. D.E. Leonard, of Lexington, was granted to sell liquor at C.E. Mill’s old stand.
JUDGES OF ELECTION.
Oak Dale: Jno K Goodman, A E Sherrill, Jno T Goodman, Julius McNeely, (col).
The Carolina Watchman, 9 September 1886.
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