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Vol. XII. AnnouncementsFOR HI'PER VISOR We take this met hod of announcing the name of M G Gardner for Couuty Supervisor and feel that the interests of the f*n lltltv II ru mfu ! t? liio -- - J ? ~ ? " hands. He is no stranger to the duties required, as lie has before honorably and ably tilled the position MANY VOTERS. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the ofllce of County Supervisor, subject to the rules governing the primary election . W. ti CASKEY I hereby aunounce myself as a candidate for the office of County Supervisor, pledging myself to abide the result of the Democratic primary. JOHN K. FA IDE. The many friends of L. J. Ferry take pleasure in presenting his name to the voters of Lancaster county as a candidate for the office of County Supervisor subject to the rules of the I l)pinr.(<nilii' ni.tt.in-.- it., v "11 j ( | am j. no una ulieu the office acceptably to the people in the past and is well titled for tlie work. MANY VOTERS. We hereby announce Mr. James A. Hyatt, of Van Wyck, as a candidate for the office of County Supervisor. He will abide the result of the primary. MANY VO'I ERS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We hereby announce the Hon. J. N. Estridge as a candidate for re-election to the House of Representatives, subject to the result of the Democratic primary. Mr. Estridge's well-known loyalty to the best interests of the people and his experience as a legislator make it eminently proper that he should be returned to the house. MANY VOTERS I am a candidate for reelection to the House of Representatives, subject to the result of the primary election. T. Y WILLIAMS. y I hereby announce myself an a candidate for the House of Representatives, subject to the rules and regulations of the Democratic primary, j OSCAR W. POTTS. FOR TREASURER I am a candidate for re-election to the office of County Treasurer. W. C. CAUTHEN. To the Democratic Voters of Lancaster County: Knowing the good character and qualification of Mr. W. T. Vanlandingham as well as his patriotism and loyalty to his country, we hereby announce him as a candidate for the important office of County Treasurer If he is elected we guarantee that he will discharge the duties of the office in strict accordance with law and to the full satisfaction of the people. As is well known, Mr. Vanlandingham, when quite a young: man. enlisted as a soldier in the Confederate war and waft badly wounded in the leg, which rendered him a cripple for life, but notwithstanding this affliction he has supported himself and family by hard work on his farm without murmuring and has never asked for an offlce 4 Therefore, a more deserving man could not be elected Treasurer of Lancaster county. He will support the Democratic noinihee. j MANY FRIENDS. 4 FOR sr I'KRINTKN DENT OF EDI'CATION. To the Voters of Lancaster County : With inauy thanks for past favors and earnest solicitations for future support, 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the offlce of County Superintendent of Education, subject to the rules governing the Democratic primary. A C. ItOW !\L L. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the offlce of County Superintendent of Kducation, and pledge myself to abide the result of tin* Democratic primary M.J. LONG. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for I lie office of County Superintendent. of Education, pledgingmyself to abide by tlie rules of the Democratic primary. I W. IV McMANlJS. k FOR TIIK SENATE . I hereby announce myself as a cani didate for re-election to the Senate, pledging myself to abide by the result of the Democratic primary. , W U. HOUGH. JASTE LANCAST FOR AI DITOR We take pleasure in announcing Mr John A Cook as a candidate for re-election to the ottice of County Auditor?a position he tills with such marked efficiency, faithfulness and fidelity lie will abide the result of the Deuiocratie primary MANY KRIKXDS Mr. Mollis II. Horton is hereby announced as a candidate for election to the ofllre of County Auditor He will abide the result of the Democratic primary. MANY FRIENDS. At the solicitation of many friends, 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for County Auditor, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. W. F. EST RI DO K. FOR MAGISTRATE. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the position of Magistrate for Gills Creek and Cane Creek townships, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. W. 1\ CASKEY. We, the many friends of Mr. W. J. Sistare, hereby announce him a candidate for the office of Magistrate in Buford Township, and pledge him to abide the result of the Democratic primary. MANY FRIENDS Being solicited by the citizens of Buford township, I hereby announce | myseir as a candidate for the office of Magistrate for that township. WILLIAM J. SNIPES. At the solicitation of my friends 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Magistrate for Buford township and will abide the result of the primary election. LANEY J. FUNDERBURK. The voters of Cedar Creek Township take pleasure in announcing the name of Mr. W. F. CRENSHAW as a candidate for the office of magistrate for said township and pledge him to abide the result of the Democratic primary. MANY FRIENDS. Don't Forget to call on S. R. GREGORY <fc CO. for your Groceries, both Iieavy and Fancy, and as cheap as the cheapest. All are invited to call and be treated right. Store near F. R. Massey's residence. S. R. Gregory & Co. GET A NEW YORK LIFE POLICY The new business written by the NEW YORK LIFE during the first six months of this year was more than $150,000,000 paid-for business. This surpasses the record of anything ever done by any company except the New York Life. I A. J. CLARK, Agt. Lancaster, S. C. ! Notice to Road Overseers The road overseers will please 111 * . 1 ? ... can oui ineir lianas and work their reads at once. I will he around between now and the 20tii ol August to inspect the same. Any one knowing of a section of road without an overseer, will please notify me at once. Overseers can get copies of the road law by calling at my office. W. Q Ca.:koy, County Supervisor. I July 23, 1002. - R. ET> EK, S. C., WEDNESD/ jPHESIDENT HARTZOU AN CLEMSON COLLEGE. A Tribute to His Efforts to Huil I'p This Institution?Splendid Field for Him. J Special to The State. Clemson College, .July 2(5.I As announced in The State, I) ! Ilenrv S. Ilartzog yesterday sen liis resignation of the presidene of Clemson college to Col. R. \\ Simpson, chairman of the hoar of trustees. Dr. Ilartzog has a< copied the presidency of th University of Arkansas. Refor doing so, however, he went t Fayetteville to investigate cond tions there. The University of Arkansas i a large growing institution, wit fine equipment and over a thouf and students. The faculty nun hers about seventy. Dr. Ilortzog says that he coul not in justice to himself refus the offer of so great a promotior both as to salary and opportc nities. The university lias selected wise head. Dr. Ilartzog is a ma of acknowledged ability and in domitable energy. In the bi western country he will find am pie opportunity for the exercis of his talents. Those who knov him feel confident of his success As an extremely young man h laceu and solved many hart problems at a critical period ii Olemson's history, and much c her prosperity today is due to hi ability and push. In about five years the numbe of students has increased fror 330 to 500. The first textil school of the south was estat lished and is in successful opera tion; the new dormitory has bee erected ; the chemical laborator doubled ; the electrical labors tories more than doubled ; handsome veterinary buildiu constructed, and many improve ments made. Of course, Clem son's wide awake trustees liav been the mainstay of Clemsoi from its beginning, and all thi progress is due to them as well We mention these things to shov how harmoniously trustees, pres ident and faculty have movet together. The fact that the trus lees refused to accept Dr. Ilart zog's resignation last June i sufficient evidence of the esteen in which they held him. Dr. Ilartzog will leave som time in August for his new fiel of duty. lie carries with hir the very best wishes of all for th success he merits. The Prescription forMulurl chills and fever is a bottle of Grove' I Tasteless Ghill Tonic. It is sinipl j iron and quinine in a tasteless lorn No Cure, no pay. Price r?0 ets. Congressional Campaign Appoint merits lor the Filth District. Clover, July 28th. Westvill I 29th, Kershaw 3t th, White Hlu 31st ; Iiichbu/g August 1st, Hoc 1 Hill 2d. Wilkinsville 4th, Fze" ' ~>th, Bothune Ttli, JeflorBou ;>tl Tradesville 9th, Ridgeway lit) Salem 12th, Monlicello l"tl ! Gall'ney 14th, Hlacksburg 1 fit 1 Yorkvillo 10th. Lancaster 19tl j Chester 20th, Winnsboro 21s Mt Orogbam 22d,Chesterfield 20 (let the Best. | I'eople who buy are entitled t | the best and in the long run' th be?t is the cheapest. When vo go to the drug store to get "oni cough medicine, ask for Gooch Mexican Syrup the nicest tastin an t quickest cure for coughs an colds, and a proven , remedy t'r consumption. Head testi mania on wrapper uround a 25c botti 4 I| rtf; .1 U JLV JL VY, JULY 30, iqo2. RlSLABOARI) 11LYS UPl'ESl EM) OF Til REE C'h. t] IAixl Will Have a Short Line From the Ocean to the Urea! Lakes. j I Baltimore, July 20. ? It is un1 nounced hero that t lie Seaboard ? 1 Air Line Railroad company lias r- bought the South and Western it' railway. '1 he latter is a now y company under which two or L more roads will be consolidated. d It owns the Ohio River and -- Charleston railroad, which it is ~ i;iWJM/M'U IU i'.\K!ii(i irom tiiP e coal fields f southwestVirginia o to Lincolnton, N.C., where, aci cording to plans, connection is to be made with the Seaboard is Air Line The scheme for this h development was financed by i- the Union Trust company of i- this city. The promoters of the scheme < d announce that the route plan I e nod will be the shortest line 1 b from the Virginia coal fields to i- Altantic coast and the south. a The proposed road will be a about 275 miles in length, but ( n it is thought that the mileage a i* will be increased by its exten- 1 g sion in a northerly direction. 1 i- Connection may be made with i e Detroit Southern at Ironton, O. v The Detroit Southern operates t ! from Detroit to Wellston, ()., 1 e give Lima, 343 miles, with < il branches 80 miles, a total of n 423 miles. 1 f THE OLI) 3 C'S. 1 8 Knoxville, Tenn., July 20.? | r The Ohio River and Charleston n road extends from Johnson City, e Tenn., to Huntdale, N. C., a distance of 34 miles. It was ( originally the Tennessee section n of the Charleston, Cincinnati , y and Chicago project. The , t. Carolina portion of this road j a was built from Camden, S. C., ( g to Marion, N. C., 171 miles, and is now known as tho South ( . Carolina and Georgia Extension e and is controlled by the South- | n ern railway. The Ohio River ( g and Charleston was recently [ sold by Samuel Hunt & Co. to j v tho South and Western, of which George L. Carter of Bris- , j tol, Tenn., who organized the ir?? * " ? - ? ~ v lrgima iron, coal and Coke Company and tho Virginia and Southwestern Railway is presi- ( L1 dent. e The Same Old Ntorj*. 1 J. A. Kelley relates an experi- ! enoe similar to that which has e happened in almost every neighborhood in the United Str.tes and ' has been told and retold by thou- i sands of others. He says : '"Last s summer I had an attack of dysen- ' f | tery and purchased a bottle of | ] Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and i \ \ Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used I . according to directions and with ' j entirely satisfactory results. The I ^ | trouble was controlled much i e quicker than former attacks ' A when I used other remedies." j Mr. Kelly is n well known citi "u | /en of Henderson, N. C. For Hale j ^ I by J. F. Mac key tV C'o. 1 ! < ! A Novel Frizo Offer. II. 11. Hanson, editor of then 1 ! I.'.. ,.lj. .. oii'a t, . " J " I, (jjIIanKison (N. 1).) News, is in : i willi smallpox and the Eagle offers a $5 prize to the person I 0 who guesses nearest to the exact. e number of pits which will <le- I u velop on the editor's person. The e'pits are to he estimated bv the '? physician in charge. CtAfilTOni A. !r ' Boars the jf ThB Kind Ysj Have Always Bought ! 61 B*n:r i; 'RI&E A ? * kSfrH&m ^ ii No. 20 r-- ? I Some Reasons j| Why You Should Jnsut on Having jj ' EUREKA HARNESS Oil j Uueaualed hv any other. | Benders hard leather soft. Especially prepared. Keeps out water. A heavy bodied oil. l! U A DMrccr ji excellent preservative. Reduces cost of you* .rness. Never burns the leather ; its Efficiency is increased. tecures best service, titches kept from breaking. Oil |s sold in all ( Localities Man !i factuml hr Standard Oil Companr. j| ^ Losses by the i'umdeii Fire. Hie Slate, 24th inst. The losses by tiie big lire in 3arad?*ti anel insurance as secured rora reliable parlies were as fol ows : Jenkins Bros., total loss about 1*2,000 ; insurance, $l,00u. Building occupied Bank of Janulen, value $4,500 ; insurance 1*3,000. The bank sustains no oss, however, as it acquired the abiding below its value and site s a valuable one. Springs & Shannon's entire dock was taken out of the store ; oss by transportation, breakage, ;tc., $4,000; covered by insurance. Two stores belonging to Miss Vlary Man, value $10,000; no nsurauce. Stock of J. C. Man, in same building, $6,000 ; no insurance Bostoffice contents saved. Rncrliah rr\a ' Ko?Ka?? ?0?uu uaiuci Oil'J j; ill Man's building furniture?: insurance? "*1 .] F. E. Mathis, shoe store in Uapers' building. Loss of stock, $1,500 ; insurance, $1,000 ; building worth $3,000; insurance $2,000. D. E. Appleby, partial insurance of $4,000. F. L. Zemp's drug store ; loss between $4,000 and $5,000; one diird insurance. Zemp's shoe store; loss $7,000 nsurance, $4,000. Building the two Zemp stores were in belonged to the Zemp estate; value, $7,000; insurance, *4,000. Dr. S. C. Zemp, books, surgical instruments, etc.; loss $1,000. On oposite side of the street stores damaged by heat: Mr Haymyn, jeweler, stock damaged by removal not yet known; injury to building, property of W. L. De Pass $250. 11 irschBros., damages to front, $1,000. Whitaker A: Barnet, $100. The Masons lost about $000 worth of paraphernalia,etc. Their lodge was in Geisenheimer's building. This building was worth ibout $8,000. Geisenheimer's building and stock of furniture insured at between $1,000 at; 1 $5,000; ?tock worth about $5,000. VHcation l>?y?. Vacation tune is here ami the children are lairly living out ji loors. There could be no health ier place lor them. You need an I y to guard aganst the accidents incidental to most oi n an a vr i ? ? spurts. 010 remedy equals UeWilt's Wilch Ila/el Salve ?or rjuickly stopping pain or removing dudger ol serious consequences. For cuts, scalds and wounds. 4iI used De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve lor sores, ruts and bruises," says L. B. Johnson, Swils, Texas, "ll i?* the best remedy on the market ." Sure cute lor piles and s 1 ? s eases. Beware ot counterleits. Crawford Bros.