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NEWS AND HERALD.
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VliNNSEONG, S. C.
Friday.March 8. ---. - - 1
The Democratie club meets to
night. ,Don't fail to attend.
President McKinlev s cabinet
continues unbroken- an i u
Important issues wil) ome be
forethe meeting of the Deno
ega qInr to-night... Be surer to
t ishe'4 duty of every iemlber
of the Dernoe'rtie club' to ated
the meeting to be held to-nili't.
It is your duty.
- The selections about Sherman
il Winis1ro published in the
issue of Tuesday and to-day are
a.part of the Ederington papers.
Our note in this matter Tuesday
Several roads are reported as
having been worked in the last
few days. This is a fine time for
road work, which should not be
overlooked in this busy season of
preparing for the crops.
The question of electing fhe
policemen by ths direct vote of
the pe6djle4 eitlier by -primary or
club, is an issue that is going to
be brought before the club to
night-and there it should end.
The determination of the citi
zens at thehn meeting Monday to
hold a county fair should meet
with hearty a)roval throughout
the county. Every citizen in the
county should contribute .-to its
To determine how the nomfna
tion for town officers shall be
made is an important issue that
will come beore the club nieeting
to-night. You should certainly
he enough interested in this mat
ter to attend the meeti~ig
That thirteen hour speech of
~~bessing if it results in the cur
tailment of senatorial speeches
hereafter as 'provided for in the
Ons town ticket has been placed
in nomination. Others will likely
follow. But whiy not have indi
vidual candidate's for the various
offices to be filled. That har been
found to b)e the best way for
other towns and it is the best way
for Winrnsboro.- In the great ma
jority of instances the best results
follow the individual plan.
"By having the -policemen
elected by the people, the town
council would be -relieved of a
great responsil~ity.' But they
should not want suchl relief nor
should the p~eople give it to them.
The people ilil hol the council
responsible for the police regula
tionls. - Upon the council, there
fore, must rest the responsibility
of the selection of the police force.
While as vet no preium lists
for the county fali- are ready for
announcement, still it is <inuite
certain that there will be a
premium for the best township
- display. Between the various
townships there should be a
lively contest for the cove tedl
honor of the best -township ex
hibit. Every -township' should
organize with a xie-w to makiing
an exhibit. Onily in this way can1
effective work be accomlished.
The membership fee of the
Fairfield Agricultural Society has
1been placed at one dollar. All
- - money raised in this way will be
used for premiums. Subelytheree
are hundreds of citizens through
out the county that will do0 as
mfuch for the advancement of the
inteirests of the society as to paiy
this small membership fee. -So
when the commissioner from your
county calls on you to join, be
sure to respond i1n the anirmative
--and with the cash.
The only organized township
agricultural society in Fairfield
is the Wateree club. As an evi
dence of the good that it has dtone,
the commissioner from that town
- ship was the first to respond to
the secretary:mid -treasurer of
the Fairfield agrieultural society
that lie would do all in his power
towards securing memberships
and contributions. Wateree is
strictly in when it comes to pull
ing together in indu'strial matters.
The good that has come to this
club through it' organization
should encourage other townships
The failure of the National
Government to give Charleston
Z 5,OP0 for -her expoijion is- so
liquitously unjust that propex
words can not be found to edn
don such sectional legislation.
Fortunately, however, such con
gressional niggardliness will not
affect the success of . the -great
undertaking of tle "City by .the
Sea. The responsibility for the
ccessoftAse exp itronis p laced
the..more hgais ufPio (TalestoU
and South 'Crid -Bat" -city
and State through-i vidual sup
l)orters. will have. to.:ie --tothe
eliergency of the hour. The iex
position must be a success. Nor
is it altogether impiobabe that
its suecess will be the greater
yithout -govermmenfal -Aid. One
thing is sure that, if iftis made a
success without the aid of the
Nntional Government, it will serve
in a -fr larger measure to adver
tise the natural resources of the
f:Jutl. May' the exposition be a
great, grand, and glorious success!
THE CAUSE OF IT ALL.
-The "rvnd jury of -Anderson
was expected yesterday tW pre
sent its findings in regard to the
slavery question at -the special
term of court. now. beingelde. In
thi, - connectioi we reprint the
circumstances as given in the
State leading up tai this iv sti
ation: .ti ~si
The fiist time that the jeAtion
of C'slavery" in Anderson was
brought to public attention in a
serious manner was during -a-e
bate in the legisltiire * February
1. A bill introduced by Repre
sentative John F. Banks was
under discussion. It provided
for submitting to the qualified
electors of the State the question
'whetlier the jurisdii'on' of'the
local magistrates, now limited to
imposing sentences of thirty days
imprisonment, should be in
creased to three months at hard
labor for -the crime' f violation
of agricultural contracts. The
measure was defended by several
members. Representative Bolts,
of Georgetown, the - nly colored
mnember in the house, made his
first snech of thr sasion in earn
tion so that ad~
ment euld be inficte
negr o, and the negro would
no voice in the matter. It was
unjust and unnecessary.
It was at this point that. J4. G.
Wolling, of Fairfield, a large
farmer took the floor. He op
p)osed the bill.. No more laws
were needed to enforce labor con
tracts. There was a grave qu~es
tion as to the rigLt ~or wrong'o
these contracts. As. . made'. ii
some counties they were wrong
have been told that in Aiilrsor
county the. evil of the systeff .iu
so extensive and prdnoun eta
me~n are actually bought an'a solc
oig the streets of the court housi
Mr. Ashley sprang .to his i~ei
aind made a wrathiful .i-ejbindei
exclaimed that the .people -.6
Anderson were as good people. ag
there were angyhere.in the weid.
Mr. RI. B. A. Iflobinson, of:Anader
Ison, declared that . Mr. Wolling
was telling what was not trie knd
that he knew it. It seemed for
few moments as if theE represen
tatives would come -to blows
However, they were paified ani
Mr. Wolling said he had- not-in
tended wounding the feelings o:
rep~resentative. oL Anderson, bul
a member of the. Anderson dele
gation was h~is inf orm~ant and
authority, -and lhe believed hi~
statement to b~e true.
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BRYANT AND LONGTOWN,
The weather has been qnite favor
able for farm work; -af#et this has
been a remarkably - propitios season
for tbe-yarmers, they having bad less
rain than we usually- have at this sea
soq of the year, or at least less than
for several 'years be'retofore. They
have as a very natural cons:querce,
bten enaled. to-get their land more
thoroughly prepared .for - cultivation
than has been the cise before in several
years. Farmers are now busily en
gaged preparing land to plant their
Marcli c or. We think about the
usul acreage will be planted in early
We hope our farmers will not be'
tempted by thei advance in tLe price of
c)tton to increase the acreage of that
'-taple an-d .correspondently dccrease
their corn sc-eoge. We think the)
have profited by pat experieicep, and
will heteafter emdeavor to raise their
own '.upplies at-home
Several (f onr neighkors have com
meticpd Lardeisiig. Peas, oniona, iur
.nipw, Irish potatoes, c.nuage, lettace.
ete.. hve-been plted.
Srail grain is not looking as well as
. Miss Janie Spence, of Rdgeway,
whi hats been visiting. ieltives abd
triends in this seciioti, returued h sme
Mra. Wm. Simpson 4a visitigtwMt*.
Speuce anad family. of Riageway.
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Mies Fannie Lee Ford left for home
onWed edav, wtith-r she bad been
inmwo,.ed to see her grandmother
,who was seriau.lv itI at.d who died
the day tollowitng her atriva'. Mv
Ford',. many trience here de-ply sa m
vathize with her its this sad bereave
Mr. John fliggins, of Mitford, was
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MJr. Robt. S-ewarr, ;f Winnbcro,
was in Longto wn some time since. -
Miss i annie Ard returned to Long
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'this has been a te'.ntiful dar-ml
spring-like weather. D. E .
March 4, 1901.
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