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HEYWARD TND WATSON
PLEASED WiTH YISIu
CAROLINA MILL MEN TO BI
Immigration Movement Wifl Not Bi
Blocked by New Law- Wat
son and Gadsden Proceed
Washington, March 11, Ex-Glover
nir Heyward, president of the Souti
ern Immigration society, and Con
missioner E. J. Watson held a lonj
conf6rence with the president an<
Attorney General Bonaparte this af
ternoon as to tihe menning of the in
migration laws. A wide-spread mis
understanding (if tile at torney geler
al's recent opinion upon the status o
the Wittekind illilranits was pri
marily lie oeeasion for Uhis Confer
ence. ''lis In islIldersta id i in aros
prineipally froim a dispatch sent on
to a number of papers oni the (day tit
opinion was forw%%a r-ded Io lhe piesi
deilt . stat inl' ti he fiea I' l l nuder I lit
niew l.I%w ,Ill -I State o nh(1114 ow4r'b
i IIIn cl ilnu' liI I I tIi." n waII II A%.sI t o :l(1ver
No sneh statemlent was inmale )v tIhI
attorney gnieral. In fact, he uad<
no interpiretation of the new lam
whatever, except to say t.hat under it
the cirelnmslances surroiundin.g the ad,
mission of tihe Wittekind immigrant.
would exclide them. Ile did not un
dertake to say in that opinion what i
state mii-ht or mi-lht not do toward
indnuing immiration All of thIis
the attorney gelnral explained to GO
ITeyward and Commissioner Wat-soi
Will Sail For Bremen.
As a result 4f lw e-inference Col
1a-o1 lias ' le 4on Il is w r: to Ne N
" lh :1111l w\IlI lvavo :l1 -) "* elocl i r1
tlle lilornnuil ,' to I"rellel 14) in4lie
ilore Iillili.--T1allts to come in oil tlU
r.th '(..n,,iii I.lovd vessel. vhivl
will -leave Bremen11 01 abl)11t Apri
P. IT. Gadsden, vice presiient c
the c.11a11hemer of cimerce of Charles
14n11, U\l wit h. C.l. \aton to assis
inl arr.ll'i f6wr a perlil wilit lino
Cr11m Iremen to Charleston.
llisellIin' ille Iatter l st hero
leavi'., C l.. W tsn said:
"(Iov. liyward. hi,t Friday. wir
e.I, Pr-e Sidenv It 11,- I"Zvel ain cth
ovor villill'-, i'l rv'_;lrnl t"i 1Ii1 ilikr
ant t.1114-1r lie held ill ahevance 111ti
he 111 [ c 11141 4.1 hcl r wi I him
Pre-id 111osevelt wired :m- I appoint
11111l t it 4 ir i 1'.lav. 1t tl 1 4 ille e e
t ile O'tI' li i tli ttl'rd tIn IW.'*Ill'1i11-' tI
Ile10iy'lie ~il 14441; 441 lil'anitt 0 I li
41}il ilm Ii Ith ille 4 iiI5er 1lll il iI
I ' 11 aI III ti-lf explned t" ti
pr1 'iden ; d r.01 it Iplt t 'Vhe
lihinen of1 the s'Lt 1ainshi p ('ervice.
ofoper~' at in c :nid anh d thareient w<
did4l nottie w i 414 do1 tne soiary him1)
tIltak1e1 Ih It s li4 a st t ill was n1:
a idulely44 w'ill t le 4i ilit.d tt e~i
"u il iese lo th t tid ' he priti'
den andl(111 d 1r. Iaat at' som' d111
loth1i2t i theconoie'questions finvo
ved npinzeite '1outhl.\tlantil
terr.itrywa diet \vsicend to1 Iim
extenit went io1t h e tet of ti
uMhlerih' lettof11hat'i a}dl h1e( '
F. tPatr treidetlo(let semetna
beils very eeple wetrestd also pi1se
aet. thei conference. ll i's tmea
lbet to lsaly iat.ite hat ee ther1
and hthy stisacthing nl the ay nt
ner fuaturen onh atcl thhepliai
ofne Atto aellealy I)la hart
opineillli l to thPactca te atin
flte planCC that we have'il et oiera
"o1 dic ntheel tat theo movt emen
not AnlWnt he~ in.inrd~ in any wt
'However, no authoritative state
mnt tending to be an interpretation
of the immigration laws will be made
by the .attorney general until Gov.
Ansel writes a formal letter to the
lpresident requesting a formal inter
preltation of the immigration laws
with respect to a state's inducing im
migration. This will be done within
a the next few (lays and the attorney
general, through the president, will
make a statement upon which all the
soultlierni imingration societies can
Tomorrow evening another confer
- encee will be held at the White House
- between the president, Secretary
- Stra-us, Attorney General Bonaparte,
Assistant Attorney General Cooley
I and the presidelit's sociological ex
- pert, Mr. James B. Reynolds, and sev
. eral cobtoii mill presidents in .the
- south, aioniig tihem Thos. F. Parker,
Capt. Ellison Siythl0e and D. A.
Tompkins of Charlotte.
Tie object, of this conferenec will
be to lay before the president the la
bor conditions in Ilhe south and the
great needs of immigration. It is
niot a con fereiec as to law, but as to
the facts about, the south. Already
the president and tile secretary of
c0ITeree aId lalor have elicited con
if]ernble initerest inl tle Souitierni sit
1n1aion vith rpeq)'et to labor.
Mr. .Jam1es B. Reynolds has been
dlown tlhere sthudying the situation for
tie president. and the presideit
wmiats to have the employers' side of
it preseited by these mill presidents
with a view of getting his bearings.
It is not milikely that he will deal
witi it in his next annual message.
Reason for Conferences.
Today's conference grew out of a
re(tiest to that end made by Mr. Hey
ward, who witi Mr. Watson, is about
to start for Europe to make an ef
-fort to* seenrie per-ma nent establish
11111t ot a tiine of steaiers vhiiehi the
Norii (;ermaiii Lloyd Steamship com1
pany hais,; been) operatitng to Charles
ton witli a view to turninig the tide of
immiiiration southward. The opinion
of \ ttorinev (eneral Bonaparte rend
erced Iast week ou the immil)ration
question, they feared, was calculated
to ipse their plaiis amid the former
nOve rn or e nquested that all action in
acrhiiie with tile attornev !ener
al's opinion he held in abeyance un
til a meetinei couldl he held. The
presimdent promptly gianted tle re
uest f,ir a eonference. At the mel
nll, t4ilv e nitire matter was re
viewed erefutnliy anid Mr. Bonaparte
ex plailned tle exact Imalnilm" of iis
opinin. Mr. Ileyward ani Mr. Wat
son explained that the state did not
wi'lh I d. any.vlltlinlu nlot aho.slutely
lc:nl ii eenirmin.g immamirants needed
Heyward is Pleased.
F-wmri i ov. l1erward said re
I*ri i--.~ the 4,11111erenlee:
lie c(nstruction of 'tle law as
1n by th Ile a ttorney teneral today
aslutely satistactory to the move
mnwit foi iOmmieiroation to the south. Tt
has never beeni the pu rposc of thiis
mnov eet to brminr ini contract or
chieapl hlbr. The queist ion oif the
ri hi tit ml power of the states as to
Sprep mment of ii lhe'pssaiges of im
imrants will doubitless lie set forth
- hate r by the a ttorney genieral. It
seems certain that t.he new law will
- niot deprive thle stales of any rights
coniiferred lbe thle former or present
law-. 1 was very munch gratified at
tin- i :terest shiowni by thle president
- and all the officials in our~ molvemenlt
to ui phutild the south oni practical
lines amid I felt fliat they all have a
cliearer idea of its economic value to
Air. Illeyard,. wh o is pre~venteCd
frtum amu.iipanini himn byv the sor
ions illnmess of his wife, will join Mr.
T~he South Carolinians express the
oplinmilin that it will not lhe ne(cessaryv
- t. jilrt to mIhe e-xped.ient f r~iP-ting
Itilt lit ik reit ha iii l Itiee orm f iiit .-h
huuadi-. .\fIter the lin:e to Chaileston
pt i pemanen tly estabmlis hed there and
thme inlmmi.gra:tion stat ion auithiori.ed by
t h' la-i u-ton a'-re etabmlished,u they
I ay inoni-:ratomion wvill dift to Chiarles
to~ n- in- natuorally as it dlies to the
N;irthern states and lie dist ribiuted to
lie states faurlher son th.
e W. M. AUGUSTINE, BEEF MARK
- Best steak .. .......... .. 11-2ects.
Other cuts from 6, 8,and 10e, per lb.
'. Pork 12 1-2 ceiits per~ lb.
a Steak Pork 15 cents per lb.
it Oysters, (lest 40 cents per quart.
-Fish, etc. Near Senn's store.
fRESIDENCE FOR SALB.
* A tive room eotta.e on Summer
e street and May-er avenne for sale
c i Otl .t. Plmhar. locatioun. house 2
V ear- 'bt. aill herart tinmer,' dloubje
eftoorstand stoinm sheet . Fine w~ell,
n eletie ic hts,' stables, barin, and galr
C den. .\ pply at once to,
) Roland G. Spearman,
FORGET THE WAY
That's the place.to get
good fresh things
We keep new goods
coming all the time.
Full line of staple and
fancy groceries always
Fresh bread from Co
lumbea every day.
Yours to please,
At Factory Prices.
Write us at once for our special plan
of payments on a Piano or Organ
If you buy either instrument through
us, you get a standard make, one
that vi last a life-time. Write
Malone Music House
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
For Catalogues, Terms, Etc.
ECZEMA and PILE CURE
FREE Knowing what it was to stffer
to any afflicted a positive cure for Ecze
1ua, Salt Rhui, Urysipelas, Piles and
Skin Diseases. Instant Relief), Don't
suffer longer. Write F. W. WILLIAMS,
400 Manhattan Avenue, New York. En
on All Thrc
Tickets are now on Sal
For Full Information a
consult Nearest Souther
Geo- B. Allen .I
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
On College Hill, eight roon
sirabic location for Boarding H
New nine-room residence a
stables. Less than five mint
Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist a
Fifteen shares National Ban
these before the first Monday 11
o'c.lock on the Public Squar e.
R AL ESTAT~~t
Feed and SaleStab]
+ AT -
-:- OF -:
A. T. Brown on Caldwell S
Brown & co.
Before - lettinj
the contract fo
your new build
ing see W. T. Li%
Lock Box No. 59.,
Newberry, S. C
S. B. JONES
IS THE PLACE TO GET
Good Things to Ea
ON SHORT NOTICE AND
AT MODERATE PRICE
Oysters on Half Shell. Oysters at
Style.. Fish, Game,, Steak, in fa
Everything that the market afford
Patronage of Ladies Solicited.
Opposite Newberry Hotel Office at
Next Door to Pool Room.
LOOK FOR THE SIGN
S. B. JONES
e Sleeping Car
heduies on Al
e to all Winter Resorts.
i to Rates, Routes, Etc.,
n Railivay Ticket Agent
I. W. Hunt
Division Pass. Agent.
Charleston. S. C
residence, large lot, very d
ouse or residence. Price re
with bath room,, electric lighi
ites walk from Public Squar
rad Associate Reformed Presb
k Stock for sale, If I dO not s
1 March, will sell same at
P00 M&tPROVZMMNYr .4S(
The, School: Improvenient AssOci
tion has decided to offer 15 prikes
the schools of. the state for the mo
decided material improvement mai
during the given Iength of time. Fi
of the prizes areto-be $100 each at
ten are to be $60 each. Regulatioi
concerning the 15 pries that are.
be awarded by this association a
1. Improvement must-be made I
tween Janu\4ry 1 and November 1
2. Prizes will be aAvarded to schoo
where the most decided material it
provements have 'been lnade durit
the time mentioned.
3. Under the material improv
ments are included local taxatio
consolidation, new buildings, librarie
interior decorations, beautifyir
THE BANK 0!
Gk,pital Stock -
Interest allowed at rate of
Special attention to farm
small, none too large to enlist c
to meet and greet you. Call in
G. Y. Hunter, President.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
N. L. Black. A. H. Hai
S. S. Birge. J, S. Whe
S. P. Boozer. G. Y. Hui
id Capital stock paid in
We do business an I
-- We extend every c
with safe and sound I
Four per cent. paid
Our 29th car, making 31 (
Flour, has arrived and going
F our has advanced 40 to I
Best Patent -'
Best Half Patent
- Every barrel guaranteed.
ing hundreds, let us se'l you.
THE DAISY SEE..1
Columbian Beauty Seed Corr
'took the 'remiumn at the World's
grain and small Cob, weighs 6c
the Stalk ; grows from 150 to 2oo
:s, w'eight in gold. The Seed fra
e, brought here from Genoa, Italy.
y-. 3oc One [ound 50c. Three P
Bushel $3 50,' une Bushel $5.o
gra.oo. Every package guarani
}]1 cheerfully refunded, at once,
Watermelon, Tomato und Punm
ICorn' order- I refer you to H-or
Winston.Salem, N. C., or to'any
-today and be ready to phint wvhen
ways the chcaipest. For a success
THE DAISY SI
4. No school can coipete for a.4'
of these prizes iless it is a uz
'school. No town. or city with nio
It than 500 population shall be eligibl
, to the contest..
5e '. All who wish to enter this c
test must send names and deseri
, tions of schools, before improvements
ie are made, to the president, Miss
Mary T. Nauce, Abbeville, S. C., prior'.
to October 1.
5, 6. All descriptions, photographi"
and other evidences showing improve -
s ments must he sent to the president
before Novpmber 1.
7. Prizes will be awarded. in check
sent by December 1. The prizes are to
be usid for further improvements
a- the schools receiving them.
n, J. S. Wheeler,
sp County Supt. Education.
ig 2t 1taw.
- - $25,000,10
- - 12,160.00
Oper cent. on time deposits.
ers' accounts. No account to
>ur best attention.' It is a pleasure
J. S. Wheeler, Vice -President.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
kins. P. B. Warnei
eler. J. F. Brown j
iter A. 0. W Is
rry, S. C.
. $ 50,000.00
on deposits in Savings
Fire Proof Vault.
J. E. NORWOOD, i
5 barrels of choice Tennessee
apidly at following prices:
Oc. bbl., and we only make slight(
- . - $4.50
Btebu - - 4.00
Btrbyquick. We. are sell
RUTY, S. C.
t, the premiumr corn of the world. I
Fair. T1he Corn is snow white, large
Pounds to the Bushel, 3 to 5 Ears to ~
Bushels to the Acre. It is worth its \
mn which this Corn was grown was
in 1890, by Col. Geo. Siewers. The
s, by.mail, postaige paid, Half Pound
ounds $r oo, One Peck $2.0o, Ha,k't
D, T wo B3ushels $9.00, Three Bush'eIs
eed to give satisfaction or- money
package of the World's Pt'emiu~
pkmr Seeds go FREE with evryt
,. J. P. Stanton, ex-register of deedgi
reliable merchant in the city. Orde
the season comes. The best is a
linston-Salem, N. C