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AND THEN RECALLED
En Bano Session of tlio Supreme Court
Called to Reconsider Decision In
Spartuuhurg's Magistracy Cases
Where Recently all Contesting Ufas;?
trates were Dusted.
Chief Justice Gary has ordered an
en banc session of the supreme court
to sit on June 13 to hear the case
brought to oust the magistrates named
by the governor in Spartanburg and
Anderson counties. These magistrates
wore appointed without regard for
the recommendation of the county del
egations. The proceedings brought
by Attorney General Lyon to remove
B. J. Rhame as State bank examiner
wlll alBO be hoard on the same day
by the en banc session. All of the
circuit Judges of the State have been
called In to sit with the justices of
the supreme court.
The supreme court several days
ago rendered a decision ousting all
maglstartes involved In the contro
versy In Spartanburg county. The
order of Chief Justice Gary yester
day orders a rehearing of the case.
"Two of the justices of the supreme
court having requested that all of
the judges of the circuit court be
called to the assistance of the su
preme court in the decision of these
causes, it Is ordered that a rehearing
be held In these causes before the
justlcs of the supreme court and the
judges of the circuit court sitting en
banc on Thursday. June 13, 1912, and
that in the meantime all proceedings
under the judgment rendered by this
court and llled on June "> be sus
The case was brought by Attorney
General Lyon against J. M. Bowden
and A. II. Klrby, S. S. Tiner and 1).
T. GoBSOtt, T. (). Fowler and W. ('.
Harrison and W. R. Tanner and E.
Potter. Bowden, Tiner, Fowler and
Tanner were appointed as magistrates
for Spartanburg county by the gov
ernor who did not regard the recom
mendation of the county delegation
The others were holdover officials.
The Andci son ('use.
Concerning the case of the State of
South Carolina against S. B. Whltten,
W. E. Green and w. T. Chamblee,
who were appointed by the governor
as magistrates for Anderson county
without repaid for the recommenda
tion of the county delegation. Chief
Justice Gary, in his order, says: '"It
appearing to the justices of this court
thai a constitutional question is in
volved, upon the determination of
which the entire court is not agreed,
is it ordered that the circuit judges
he called to the assistance ot" the su
preme court ami that Thursday, the
13th day of June, 1912, be fixed as
ihe day upon which the court shall
meet en banc."
Concerning the case brought by
Attorney General Lyon against I?. .1.
Rhame and H. W. Fraser, the State
hank examiner. Chief Justice Gary
signed the following order: "It ap
pearing to the justices of this court
that a constitutional question is In
volved upon the determination of
which ti e entire court is not agreed,
it Is ordered that the circuit judges
he called to tins assistance of the su
preme court and that Thursday, the
13th day of June. 1012, be fixed as
the day upon which the court shall
meet en b:.IK\"
B. J. Rhame was dismissed as State
bank examiner by tho governor and
he refused to give up the office. The
governor appointed H. W. Fraser as
State hank examiner and Attorney
General Lyon brought quo wnrronto
proceedings before the supreme court
10 oust Mr. Khnme. Mr. Fraser was
also made a party to the proceedings.
ThO ?ase was nrgUOd before the courtj
several weeks ago. The State.
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Cupt. Gonzales Stakes Reply to Senn
tor Johnson, of Fnlr'iehl, niio VI rote
Columbia, S. C, May 30?The fol
lowing communication by Capt. Wm.
E. Gonzales appeared In The Nowb
and Herald of Wlnnsboro today In an
swer to a statement Issued In that pa
per by W. J. Johnson, member of the
senate from Falrleld county:
Wm. E. Gonzales Replies to YV. J.
Editor Tho News and Herald:
Some time ago you published a card
from W. J. Johnson, senator from
Falrleld county, In which he asserted
that The State had refused to print
an article wherein he proved its editor
"a liar." You published It for him.
Mr. Editor, you were Imposed upon.
W. J. Johnson did send a card to The
State to which publicity was not given,
because The State Is under no obliga
tion to open Its columns to articles
containing offensive personalities, or
bordering on blackguardism. But no
right was denied him. as tue one point
Johnson made calling for correction by
The State was given conspicuous cor
rection on the editorial page.
In the card you printed, W. J. John
son refers to me as "the shlHUng Cu
ban." His purpose Is to prejudice the
ignorant and to create resentment
against the position of The State to
ward public questions affecting South
Carolina, by Implying that the paper
is owned and edited by "foreigners."
And so doing he knowingly, malicious
ly, grossly and absurdly falsified, as
others of his stripe have disseminated
falsehood with similar intent for
months and years.
I have never before made reference
to lineage; It Is rarely done with good
taste. I neither lean upon nor ad
mire those who go for support or
shelter to family trees. No favors
have been asked by us of South Caro
lina on account of family history, mil
itary service, or otherwise. None will
be. nut since falsehood has been told
by the senator from Fairfleld county,
It is the right of the people of that
county to know the truth.
While Cuba has contributed men to
the world whose names would honor
the roll of patriots of any country, I
am a South Carolinian; a South Caro- '
llnlan by right of 2."><) years residence
of my people; bound to its soil and to
the loftiest sentiments of the state by
their honorable part in every epoch of
colonial and state history, including
the signing of the Declaration of In
dependence. Lands coming to them
as grants from the Lords Proprietors
are theirs today. My great-grand
father, William Elliott, whose name
was given to ine, was. according to
O'Dannell's standard work, "History of
Cotton." the grower of the "first suc
cessful crop of cotton In South Caro
lina" in 17!'i). A hundred years pre
vious to 17110 that cotton-grower's
great-grandfather was planting in
South Carolina, and a little later was
"a member of the colonial assembly."
Fifty-odd years ago when my father,
then long a citizen of the United
States. land-owner and slave-holder In
South Carolina, and carrying scars of
battle in the glorious cause ol liberty,
volunteered for South Carolina's war
against the Unltod States, there was
no cry of "Cuban!" When he, with
others of the staff was publicly
thanked by General Boauregard for
service at the reduction of Fort Slim
ier, none ?Mied "Cuban!'' When he
was chief of artillery for South Caro
lina, Georgia and Florida, and built
forts and personally got cannon to
mount in them to protect our long
coast line from the enemy's menacing
Meets, the only cry I Und recorded In
the press of that day in regard to him
was one of thankfulness that the en
ergy and skill of A. .1. don/ales were
standing between the people of the in
terior and the would-be Invaders.
When he, a half century ago, was. by
nppolntment, the personal representa
tive of the governor of South Caro
lina in military affairs on the coast of
this state. It was not as a "Cuban."
When A. J. Gonzales surrendered at
Greensboro?threo weeks after Appo
mattOX?as colonel of artillery, Con
Fedorate States Army, chief of artil
lery of Hardee's Corps, and acting
chief of artillery of Joseph E. John
ston's Army, and began that weary
march through desolation toward the
stark chimneys Where his home had
been on the coast of South Carolina
before Sherman's raiders applied tho
torch and left guant Want to occupy
the country behind them, I do not be
lieve. Mr. Editor, there was one South
erner of that period so despicable as
to yelp "Cuban" at the Confederate
soldier who freely offered his life to
the Southern Cause and uncomplain
ingly lost In that Cause all tint n man
of honor may lose.
William E. Gonzales.
Columbia. S. C, May 27. 1912.
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DISPENSARY TRIALS CONCLUDED.
Attorney General Lyon Suhl Monday
That He Did Not Expert to Secure
Conviction in Klchlnmi.
Columbia, S. ('., Juno 1.?Attorney
Goncrnl Lyon, discussing tho recont
dispensary trials in Richland county,
yesterday said that he did not expect
the Jury to convict, ami that he did
not believe a Richland county jury
would convict in the; dispensary cases,
no matter what testimony might be
presented. A verdict of not guilty was
returned in the cases of II. II. Evans,
former member of the dispensary
board, on a Charge of receiving a re
bate and conspiracy to receive a re
bate, and against John Hell TowIU, W.
O. Tatum and L. W. Hoykin In the la
Tho case against Dennis Welskopf,
who mas Indicted at the same time
with Towill, Tatum and Hoykin in
connection with the "label case" will
t>e nol prossed, upon direction of At
torney General Lyon. Welskopf was
used as a State's witness and his com
pany returned |7.r>00 to the State aa
a restitution fund.
Attorney flcncral Lyon said yester
day that the last dispensary trial had
been held.?The State.
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