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j. W. RiERN~ N~OMNATED.
Xr. Taggart Would Rather See Kern
hi the Senate Than to be i !ore
Indianapolis, Ind., April 29. -Open
ing in riotous discord and closing in
enthusiastic harmony, the Indiani
Democratic convention adopted Gov
ernor Marshall's proposition that it
should endorse to next year's legisla
ture a candidate for the United States
senate and named John W. Kern,:
who Was the party's candidate for
vice-president in 1908.
This action means that Kern
should be elected to succeed Senator
A. J. Beveridge, provided the Demo
rats have a majority in the next
tate legislature and that a majority
eres to the endorsement made to
The opposition to the plan of en
dorsing a candidate wanted a State
primary to select a senatorial nomi
The opposition made a grim fight
under the leadership of Thomas Tag
gart, formerly chairman of the Dem
ocratic national committee and him
self a candidate for the nomination
for senator, but defeated, it joined
heartily with the element headed by
Governor Marshall and John E. Lamb
of Terre Haute, vice chairman of the
national committee, also aspirant for
the senatorship, in a shouted accla
mation of Kern as the party's candi
This issue overshadowed the adop
tion of a platform and the naming of
a State ticket.
"The Taggart machine is on the
scrap heap," said Mr. Taggart to the
,convention, giving up the struggle
with a broad smile. "I am going to
say something most of you won't be
lieve, but I would rather see Kern
in the senate than to be there my
Ve then delivered the 183 votes of
the Marion county (Indianapolis)
delegation to Kern in the second bal
lot, though Kern declared in the
course of the first ballot that his
name has been ' presented without
arrant and "he was in no sense a
The voting proceeded, Kern gain
ing more and more, until the fourth
ballot when all the other eleven can-j
-didates having withdrawn, he was
During the vote on whether the
vention should endorse a sena
candidate, the delegation from
county and Indianapolis, Tag-'
ome, cast 180 votes against'
e votes for the plan., -There;
' pute and the negative vot
e to be counted. An enthus
upporter of Lamb pressed his
rough the crowd to shake
s with the Indianapolis "insur
" but he was met with a blaw~
e face before he reached themn.
general fight between the * o dele
tions impended, but the police frc
their- way 'between them and or
er was restored.
A full State 'ticket, except Govor
nor and lieutenant governor, was'
nominated without much excitement.I
GEN. E. P. ALEXANDER DEAD.
Distinguished Confederate Officer
Passes Away in Savannah.
Savannah, April 29.-Gen. E. P.
Alexander died at 9.30 o'clock this
mnorning at 'his home in this city af
-ter an illness extending over a per
lod of a year or more.; About a year
ago he was stricken with paralysis ]
at his home at Georgettown, and
hile he recovered partially, his
ealth never returned. A week ago
condition became serious, and he!
tinued to sink until the end.
eral arrangements so far 1
ed provide for a private<
and the removal of the
sta, where the funeral
wil ce. The remains will t
probab here tomorrow morn- C
E. Porter '.Alexander graduated (
from .West Poigt in 1857. F'or some a
time after his graduation he remain- -c
ed at West Po it as assistant in- I
structor in military engineering, but i
in the spring of 1858 he went on field t
duty with the Utah expedition. He a
was again an instructor at West ..
Point until 1860, when he was made
assistant engineer in charge of the
efences at Alcatraz Island, San
He resigned his commission to en
ter. the Confederate army as a cap
tain of engineers. He left the Con
federate service as brigadier general,
surrendering at Appomattox with
Longstreet's corps, of which he was
chief of artillery. After the war he
served as professor of mathematics (
and eng',eering at the University of i
Late was. connected with sev- E
~eral thern raik ~oads, being presi- c
dent e time of the Centra~1 Rail- ,
in vey pp
at liet noe
ad or Georgia. He was a govern- the unde
net director of the Union Pacific 16th day
alroad from 1885 to 1887, and 1901
eved as engineer arbitrator in the 4-29-td
undary survey betweeQ Costa Rica ____
.id Nicaragua. TEA4
IGHlI AND AVANT TO SERVE An exs
preme Cout-t's Opinion Denies Niew ont Frd
Trial-Convicted of Manslaugh- aminatio:
ter. o'clock a
Columbia, April 29.-For the kill- Aplc
nof Mrs. Ruth Crisp Bigham, at ery.
rirrell's Inlet, in the early evening
fSeptember 4, 1909, G. C. Biggam, 4-29-2t.
hhusband of the victim, and W. B.
ant his close friend, must serve NO IS
hee and a half years in the State jTO TI
nitentiary. In a decision, hand
ddown by the supreme court this
ernoon, the two men are refused a
w trial, the verdict of the circuit
ort being affirmed. In accordance
th the rule of court, the defen- nal
ats, now out on bail, will be ch<
>ught here when the remititur is
inded down in ten days. It is not by
own here whether there will arise
y further complications as to the
rest of the men. ,the
UTINY IN SOLDIERS' HOME.b
mates in Jail Charged With As
saulting Commander Starling.
olumbia, April 29.--R M. Da;iz1,
linmate of the Soldiers' HomiA, is,
jail on the charge of assault and
ttery w it i P - -:.: :'n kill, beca1 Is
fan alleged att- 2 pon Comm-- a
r Starling, at the h.ome yester ir.y'
;fernoon. The figh'. became kn.w:1 e91
day, when the warrant was sworn a
t for the old soJli..
t is stated that Davis attacked the
pt. Starling with a knife, and that shi
pt. Startling had to strike the sol
ir down with a chair in order to e X
ytect himself. Capt. Starling is ill fe
bed, as a result of the fight, and
ehearing will be held just as soon
she is able to attend.Gi
E STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA Cr
County of Newberry.
Court tof Common Pleas.. 17 East T
H. Wicker and William J. Wick- WANT]
er, as Administrators, ings by 1
In reour samip
re ton grade:
Against We tea
obert Norris and Robert Wicker, ping, burv
nder an order of the Court of wvho und
mmon Pleas for Newberry county, WVe guar
the above entitled proceedings, all odnr
ersons holding claims against the tracts thi
sate of Louisa A. C. Wicker, de- terms an<
ased, are required to render in dleuts.
nd esablish their demands ihefore
Rambler is for the particular. Z '
vho admr-,-_s luxurious comfort
intment, without extravagance
leasure of riding at the end of
ar whose quiet motion, reserve
nity of comfort leaves you quite
ijoy your release from the wor
important feature of its prede
Rambler Offset Crank-Shaft,
itraight Line-Drive besides the
utomobiles, $1,800 to $2,500.
us for a demonstration. .
erry Motor Co.
ewberry, S. C..
rsigned on or before the
of- May, 1910. S
H. H. Rikard, Master.
mination for teachers' certi- -,
ll be held in the office of
perintendent of education ey (F
, May 6th, 1910. The ex- NW
1will begin promptly at 9
nts to furnish all statiton- (f
J. S. Wheeler,
~ounty Supt. of Education. ON THE POINT
__________________of getting insured when your house
HE TIXE TO SUBSCRIBE burned-that is a story you often
E HERALD AND NEWS. hear when a man has lost his home
by fire. Procrastination is a thief
'OU an gess of time, so be wise today and in
how goodsNun-your property before it is too
late. An insurance policy is the
y's bonbons and kind of a friend in need that you
)COlates are just will appreciate. We will insure
lookig at hem vou in a good company at a low
looking 't1them rate of premium.
ir yuerio dne Secuilty Loan &lInvestment Co.
r speror 3-. N. McCaugl-in
usness if you trreasurer.
a box. W. A. McSwain,
~dies are un-ROASTN RDYWIER
freshness in all
south. They are
ped us by fast
er & Weeks,
1ina Cotton School Wl otyunti~t netgt
rade St, Charlotte N. C. *WISNGIBS
D men to increase 'their earn-IlGnilAet ouba .C
~arning the cotton business in
rooms, under an expert cot- Wl rmt euy
h grading, averaging, ship- Wmndsrn euygtwn
ug and'selling cotton.
a and T.iverpool classification.drulhpfomBce's rna
a.nd in the cotton belt for men!SleItbnsspils,kn
~rstand the cotton business,.rpin,srsan ol.I ae
ntee to Learn anyone with tesi otadvley tgoi
eyesight in 30 days. NTOW is fe h ae ue oeee,cl
to enter to make good con-.
coming season. Write forsoe,cakdlp,hped an.
cus,bre An, pilumb a . atC.
derfulPelp fron's. ln' rnc
White Frost A
Although the White Frost ]
passed out of its introductory E
enjoying a national reputation.
are not apprised of all its meri
prove a source of interest and<
Not long ago anything that
low temperature was considere
Refrigerator, but things have
public demands something moi
lined with zinc and insulated
However it is not our missic
of competing lines. Permit u
to the superior <uality of the
It is made entirely of he
Skilled mechanics and expensi
inent in the production of t
thing that is uppermost in our
finished article that is second t
This has been one great.pro]
ator manufacturers, ourselves
ever, after exhaustive experin
scientific tests .we have, ad
Maltha as the best, purest an4
"Aerofelt'' and leitha inst
Frost a great Ice saver, con
every one excepting the Ice n:
Call and let us explain the
The White Frost
The splendid work of Chamber- J
lan's Stomach and Liver Tablets is bro)
aily coming to light. No such grand ineC
emedy for liver and bowel troubles me
as ever known 'before. Thousandi Che
less them for curing constipation, diar
ick headache, biliousness, jaundice plai
nd indigestion. Sold by W. E. Pel. so:
am & Son.~ SokC
REPORT OF THE
A t the Close of Business
ONDENSED FROM REPORT TO S'
oans and Discounlt $198,810.23 C
ver Drafts 1,40o.46 S
ur. & Fixtures 3,80o.00 1
ash on Hand in C
Banks 10,928.25 I
otal $214,938-94 . 'I
Start an "OPPORTUNI
this Bank; your money
earn four per cent inte:
EDWARD R. II1PP,
Zefrigerator has now
tate, and is at present
Still for those who
ts, the following will
would hold Ice, and a
i sufficient to act as a
changed now. The
-e than a wooden box
Pvith charcoal dust or
n to point out defects
to call your attention
avy galvanized sheets.
Ve machinery are prom
bese goods, The otae
minds is to put out a
blem with all Refriger
with the rest. How
ients and frve years off
opted Aerofelt"; and
sequently it appeals to
exceptional merits of -
yh D. Rockefeller would go
te if he should spend his entire
ame trying to prepare a better
licie than Chamberlain's -Colic,
lera ~nd Diarrhoea Remedy for
rhoea, 4sentery or bowel corn- \4
nts. It is simply impossible, and
says every one. that has used it.
tby W. E. Pelham &Son.
March, 24, 1910.
['ATE BANK EX MINER~
apital Stock $50,o000
~ividends unpaid 115-oo
ashier's Checks - 195-78
~otal $214,938 9
TY FUND" with
will be safe and
M. L SPEARMAN,