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Publlwliud Every Krldny 1IY THE TRIBUNE PRINTING CO. D. W. MAJOR, KiMTOit. AHTIE B. KEADLH, Loral Kditor. Tkums $1.00 per Year in Advance. The report that Mr. Bryan "Imh already made arrangemcntH for a third nomination lor I'reBident" ih ho midden ! Seattle IVwt- Intelligciiror. Even the political emenieM of PreHident MeKinley are nnahle to find anything in IiIh meHHage to complain ahotit. 1'erhapn it would he different if the country were on the eve of a political campaign. Cleveland Lender. They are Haid to have painted things reen up at HrookliuM on bt. J'atnck'H Day. The towli held a green nliirt waiNt party at Green,H Hall. Cliarley (Jreen irinted the iuvitatioiiH on green card lizard, and (Si-ccii'm orehentra furnUlii'il tlicuuiKie. And hon V. Steplieim cyen greiv urcen with envy hecanse ho could not clone Iuh mortgage on (irccn'H printing olllcc Still, Krookficld in not hiicIi it great place lor I i trick hut it ih a gicat place for (i rerun. It in cHtimated that fully 10,000 "laws" will have heeii enacted hefore all the IcgiHla-ture-i niljniiru. That, in to Hay, the thirty lawmaking lioilk-M, exclusive of congrchH, that asHcnihlcl this winter will have paed and the governor of ton viirioim HtatcH will have nigiied tuat iiu.u'H'i' of good, had and indifferent liilln. Jj.i-t vcar there were thir teen liu:i-ilaiiir,'s i , h'hioii, and they enact ed ",772 new lewn. 1111 0 "Cliip-" .i 'danilard" have rail ed on each oth r tot tin- past nix or eight montliH; tin1 ha ntlcuiptcd to air con Hiilerahli' of ui( ii Hi rV dirty linen in the hiiuifH where i icir papers are read; they have even iti ! ery mean thingn of NHih oilier, itvi er.'es he true or fal-e, we are not ahl i - r. . Hut it occurs to iih. that the geui'iMi i cart-M very little for peivoniil Hcraps i I I iw. If, what each nays of tlicollim'i. iru-i. Iontgoinery county him got two nii-'itv had editors. All the time our diitiuguwli 'it neighhors are light ing. The Tiiiiii'ni: goi-n on giving the peo- )le now on earth the news. Clo) I. nil bight. From tlx l.ad. Int.lt llirel.l One of Hon. Kiiodes Clay,H hilU will Have the tax payers of Audrain at least $1,000 per year. It proidcH that petit juries shall not he Hiiiu.iione l until they are needed. In other words, ad caes to he tried without a jury are to he disposed of hefore the jury is HUiiiumucd. Ileivtofore jurymen have drawn if'J per day for doing nothing while waiting on the court. If the measure should save the other I I.'l counties in the state an equal amount with Audrain then our ltcprc Hcntative will haw saved the people $1 11,000 in taxes each war. ' 'lav is all right. tllKll I'rnlsc lor the President. A Democratic contemporary pays l'rohi dent MeKinley a high compliment. Com menting upon his inaugural address tin newHpaper assertH that it ''ahounds in com monplace platitudes' which recalls the ftinii liar Hues : Thou Kiy'st an undisputed thing In such a solemn way. This acknowledgment that what Presi dent MeKinley Haid in his inaugural address is not to he disputed is the highest praise that could he expected from a partisan opponent of the administration. Alhany livening Journal. When Odell Was an Editor. tJovenor Odell, of New York's progress ive young chief executive, was once an ed itor. It was while he was a ineinher of con gress. lie edited the Xewhurg Hulletin, i weekly publication. It was devoted to the task of driving from his town a man who had liheled the Odell family. The future govenor wrote the editorials anil created branch of the "roasting" industrv. Phe victim quit at the end of sty months, and the Hulletin went out of business. Mr. Odell used to write his editorials in congress and Hend them to Is'ewherg by mail. He says he had a lot of fun out of his job and discovered why editors like to take a critical view of public men. "In order to be a huc cessful editorial writer," said the governor to-day, "you've got to be a lirst-c-iass 'roas ter.' I have discovered that it is more fun to 'roast' than to be roasted." SCHOOL HILLS PASSED BV 41st GENERAL ASSEMBLY. The State Superintendent of ScIiooIh furnishes us the following information saying that this is all he can give until he compiles and has printed the full text of all laws pass ed. House Hill No. 1011 has passed both houses with an emergency clause and is now law. It provides that counties not having supervision, a county hoard of which the commissioner is chairman shall have general control of school interests. The county court appoints one member at. its April meet inir. He or hIic should he iiinonir the best educated and most earucHt teachers in the comity. The State Hoard of Education will appoint the third member late, in April. This hoard manages the institute ; a rural course of study shall be adopted in each county by the county hoard ; teachers' ex aminations for certificates shall he held inde pendent of the institutes, first one in dune; llrst. grade certificates shall he renewed so long as teachers continue teaching and attend institutes or summer schools; institutes shall he pedagogical rather U:u academic; grades made in approved Hummcrsc-bool shall he ac cepted in lieu of examination in certain sub jects. In due time requirements for summer schools will he formulated ami published with an institute course of study. House Hill No. '2'M will a become law in 00 days. It provides that not less than live nor more than twenty cents h:v child eininu rated he spent by the district for library and supplementary reading each year, the first hundred volumes to be selected from a list recommended by a hoard appointed by the Stale Hoard of Kducatioii. This board will not be appointed immediately. Xotic,' should be taken of the law at the annual school meetings and'p''visious made for it. Senate Hill No. -18 has passed with an emergency clause and is now law. It pro vides that three or more Heboid districts, or a villege district having less than two hun dred (200) children of school age by last enumeration together with two or more ad joining districts, maybe consolidated into a new district for the purpose of maintaining both primary schools and a high school by proceedings bad in accordance with the provi sions af section 8712 of article 1, chapter lot of the Hoviscd Statutes of 280!). When such new district is formed it shall he known as "Consolidated district No. of count," and shall organize at a special meeting within fifteen Hays after the formation thereof; such organization and the government of such consolidated district shall he under, and in compliance with, the laws governing city, town and vil lage districts as provided in article 2, chap ter lot of the Itevised Statutes of 18!)!). Other laws of less general application will he sent out. in due time. The three laws mentioned above are of immediate impor tance. County courts must appoint one member of County Hoard of Education first week in April. Annual meetings should consider the library question. Consolidated districts may he formed at this annual meet ing provided notices have been duly posted. Tuesday, April 2nd., I will have on display a Large Assortment of Pattern Hats, All, the New Styles in Spring and Summer Millinery. All are cordially invited to attend. Emma Turner. tlonlKomrry City. Mo Death of William Davis. , Strlkea Rich Find. , "I wuh troubled for several years AVilliam Davis was bom in! with chronic Indication ant ncr Fleining county, Kentucky, 1 vous debility," writes l J. Green, May 2!l, 1828, and died at his of I.anc.ii-ter, N. II.. "No remedy llOIIIC two miles west of of helped me until I beuii uolnn Montgomery City, March 18,, initio Hitters, which did mo 1001 at 7 :H0 p. in. 1 ,,,orL' B'l '" mcdlclno I ' till, l.,.th u-.. unoiit .... ouTUM-d. They huvo also kept i.:. r...i. ..i, t r. ..i. my w"" ' JEwllent health for lin mill -l n i it I ill. wii iuiiv;ii- .,,. .... ...... i. . . . manhood ho went to t , . .....i, , .. , . u and learned the lev : taut m-.v am u ur.iud tonic carpenter's trade, then came lnvl 'r.u.-r lo. we.ik, run down west to Illinois and located at : ''""'I T.t?.uX -V!! nig Louisville ml,, i. ..1 Murryvillo where he went in- tin m. U.i to the general mercantile bus- ifuaraatwd iy ur luinlly." Tr.v :. 'o:i' I'liarmiicy. A.itmu my rt- od be . I A. i.. .IUu.sj.n. . .i . . J3 now IIICS-. Wall Hapor. lie was twice married, his Thu Tru-t- ur bus ou, so nro first wile was M:ss Elizabeth llh ihIcch. Mj i.iru mid ..1 Strain.', who died March 20th. oi.-nou .-t.-tk . i I'nj). r l .K.vr in. 1878. To this union live 1Ju'J " k.tchcu to ,.l.il,l,-.... lumi. lu-r. ..f the lull si Ii .. lllO. t b- uldli lll- who... survive him, Charles, '.-'- r...... trior, nil i t.' ii.. ..-:r.. ..r "l w.r.nui... but re. turn tjiuiiiii nw iiiu uiiv CJUli 11 i Don Mudd. for.- o Ill l.-lll ll.l 1 1 1 1 1 1-11 1 1 III U'M. Mattie Lawton, of .Jackson- JtuI. t...m. 4 0 ,., vine, in., wnoin ins iicatn makes a widow. Soon after hwrt .no.mi.ui ..is arr.iug his second iiinrriagf lie moved '' b-loro .vpur- r.inuips.iii tu Mis-miri. In I8!i: he inov- tiue.Uy o.i e.urge of ed from Lamar, Mo., (where aniuiion a-sau.t on ins moU.-r. he was i.i Cm Hardware and ne pieu ynmj -in i ..is impleineiit hu-i'uiess.) to Mont- l,,lv, ' " t.ie .u.i.ity goiuerv where he spent his J11"- ."'' ";d. decliniiig days. wauash ..uw itAfES Mr. D.ii- was raised ii Han- Ilo.n - .. .ill , .at tint hut was of a retiring dis position mid never made a public confession. In talking to his wife a week or two be fore his death, he said: "I realize that this life is not all. I have a hope ol eternal life mn.. ;.ik beyond the grave." ' '"!', " 1 " On the 20th, of March, Kev. r.Ui u i. i. It. S. Duncan held funeral "Hi, lo Si services at the home, after. which the body was buried in Montgomery Cemetery. Millinery Opening, Monday anil Tuesday, April 1st and 2nd. My Spring and Easter Pattern Hats, Bonnets, etc., will be on Sale on the above dates. I earnestly invite the public to call and in spent, my goods before making your spring purchases of millinery. Don't forget, the Date and Place, Harrell Sisters old stand. Miss Mage Robertson. N. 0. Cornelius' Sale. Tbroufth Ihe conrtr of XT. C. Nboa, whotlflk-d thf ! Tundty, of N. O. Conidlui. wf (tltr our rudert lb follow InglUta: W WlBdior,orrflkorM W V II Clre. mr M" r II Clr. one mire HSlrbm.one mrf I")-1?0 II Auclilejr.one mr V-w E To well, onetime- 851 It lluntf r. one rny nur. . 4M0 4 ColKton,oiif taulf ... M-W J CovlDKton.oUf mule J Corlonton.oDf mute W n Kenton, on nlr of ranl 191 M KA Turner one mu M" I 11 P.irtrr. onr Jmor It It W II Cnro.lllll.nnr Jcl Alex HlntoD.Thoira n I. Turner, Imi Et, Turner. 7 h0K MM I. Turner, 8 hogi - " K U Turner. S boge K I. Turner. 8 hoc! J V I'lrtone. to bo(t Sl.'O A II Dryden. one lion W T Lonit. one hR B Codmin. one hou If tMtig, one hoc H.f Juroli llltnn,nnj lio)C MO J W ltol.eri.on. one lioir 3."& 1 W lloberti.on,one hou , 5 73 T II l'pleicr..e. I ion . . !' T II Upteroire, I ..w ti W T II Upteiirnve, t mki 3-I.0O W r. Comltnee, one 1.0 10 " W l.mnlnt7 l"1.7t W I Ountnrr.nne boir 10 T)lorArnold, Miteern 7MIM Tiylnr Arnold. sn Hern 7M.'0 Tnjlnr Arnold. W leer '.. v RIDoo Tnjior Arnold. I tow SUO Tuylor Arnold, one eow 31.00 T)lor Arnold, one coif 58 00 Tmlor Arnold, one eoer is 00 Tnrler Arnold. 1 row Sl.l Tolnr Arnold. I row l..t T)lor mold, one row S1.( Tuylor Atno'd. I row 17JO Tuylor Arnold. 1 row Vim Tuylor Arnold, 1 i-..w Sl.00 Tuylor Arnold, I coir SIjTW Jeeol. See, I cow tP() Jerob Fee. I row SS 10 Jo.li H. r, 1 row tt.to .Urol. ee. 1 row iM1 II K AiH.iiel.on, I row SI l) .lolinlinltbt.leow 0.1.O .I'.hii Ki llit, oie row WO W Mi.rnt.l row rim t n-..eltoo,onrcow 3'ifrt OO IMne. nm- row 31 110 l O DlKo.one row S3 f KI I) I' l tent, one jer.ey , 1. no I) P IMiurr. one Jern-y ilio y M Kill.. I bull .MM) I Cnri.rllii., t row il.'i ('urn i)i. Iri.m.l'icloliK! xr bu.l.rl. OaU mid 1 1 til ile- In "Jlr prr liu.lirl. On ...I.i in.ni, (a lu (It .ir .i.rk. HhIo rtii.uiiiilil to nIk.iii t7mit. W.C NKI.MI.V. Clrrk. 1-VU .. A,.i; . niiit wit.v . nm - .. O.i t.l "1 n) ti. Klil'K-. i' -l .1 'lit, - .a .ih- " ii rnti-H . .'. , March nl 'Jntl ..ii.saiian, An't Mi-s. Nellie (',. National hecturer of lliirgen the W.( i ANDUeJW KiHN, Meat ami da Packing HTtust. ('n-ttit -itt-i, (ur. Hull u, itrm k i a IU itll, -ytl l.r l, KW Hrrl H if. Turk auinic Wnrkri I'ri'-r lUi tor llittatif r f T II iv'tll I.m in Mntit. ' "... ' - I..V il.l. i . . it. ,iiw i ...i.ii r, i .ill, mi, CJuaun's Pharniucy un and give two lectures, Sunday der tile Oporu HoUBfa ac p.' in. 2::i0 in the Haptist mi,.il.v (.. irufnllu nolootori j. , . - ) w 'J ww.wwwww omSI":! drumoderatocharees Burger is so well known in DR. I'HOS.O WINGS. HESIOCNT DENTIST. Crow nut itHldife Wurk npecUlt) t fl rilB IN CHAbWItK KIMlblMU. l HiOMI-.KV tJITV. MO- i. A. rttotiipwon, ATroitNriV AT LAW ' I li e" in l.'i. ill I Mutter. Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble and Don't Know It. in tins community thai no testimonial are necessary. i dames McDearmott of Wells- ville, got. on a drunk here 1 uesday night, hroHe out a irlass for 'i utile & daggers and was locked up in the cool er till Wednesday morning M III 1 1 I IV! H 4. IlllWtl WWIWIU w r . follCe.llUlgO Apilllllg anil till- Fill a bottl cr common rltu with vour en. uo was coinniHied to tan " 'nu ""j-iour nour hut soon afterwards raised the h-rrt rSlS- tiinr indicnei en unhealthy condl. Hon ol the kid ney a; if a tuinj your linen It Ii evidence of kid. ney troulte; too fiequent dealre lo pa It or pain In convincing proof thai Ihe kldneyi and Had- UVI HIBUUIVl UIUCI What lo Tin There Is comfort in ih innwtM often expressed, that Dr, Kilmer's Swamp- money, ia'ul his line and was released. PUBLIC SALE, 1 will noil nt pit I1 ki auction, ono mllo nurthcitht ot Montgomury City, on WICDNKSOAY, April tOOt, thu tollowlnp; personal property i I Trnft Minn. I Mnroinfonl by Chris Ornttan, Rf0'. 'he E'l kidney remedy fulllIU every I ComlDK 2-yr old colt. n":,!!,'' Sf" ' of the urinary passaje. II corrects Inability o hold water and sealdlne pain In palnC ' It, or tad effects fo owlne u ol u.b wine or beer, end overcomes that unpleasant necessity of belne compelled to Ea often dur ne theclay and lOEet up many times .during the nlEhl. The mild and the extra, ordinary elfect of Swamp.Root Is soon rea ld. II stands the hljhest for Its won- usiiui cura oi me most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have Ihe best. Sold bv drurrlsii insrv ..jti You may have a sample bottle of this wonueriui atscoveiy and a book that tells more about It, both sent I Coming 1-yr old colt, t Jersey cow in rnu, 1 1 Hrood-sowH, nil liri-il, 1 Ilonr, 15 or 20 tons of liny, 1 llnekoyo mower. 1 Steel Smoothing hnrrow, 1 Disc hnrrow, 1 liny rnke, I Hilling plow, 2, 12-Inch plows, 1 Corn planter, I liny chopper, 1 Cutter sleigh, I, Cider mill, llentlnjj htoves, feet of l-ltieh ropo, nml other nrtleles. Terms of tnle. ensh. CI. It. CI.AIIK. Sale begins nt Hi u. in. absolutely free bymall.UUr. euuiesi w, turner U nomocrs.unr.R. Co., Blnghamlon. M. Y. When writing men Hon reading this generous offer In this paper. s; VOUR Ol.uLh.R t . ihe 5 Minute Breakfast I' PUniNA HEALTH FLOUII Makit lilt IN lllli:.l) I'urlim .M Ilia. St, lu., M.i. Don't Be Fooledi ihe meiKti bclea- lloftjrd lltl .etthtit luiilatloni el ROCKY MOUNTAIN ... TEA ... To rreltctlhe public we cart efprclalattf nllon Coeur trade mark, prlnlrd en evtry pkIt eg. I)men4 tl. gtnuln. Cer bale y ell firujilH OI.AKK tlt Ct).. DEALEHS IN REAL ESTATb ! .ii- ' icily I'rupMriy l.,i " m !. iiiu... Mfiiu.y to l.i.i.i '" rlnu ll.rlr laud ailirrtl.rd Aiii.i.iii rn,i in ilii m n.uit U ani.it winra i-.itnl.iKUi- I. n.iinl. (ifflre utrr Union svln. Ilni-k. Mnntin.iiirrr Cll). Mv. WAUASH TIMETABLE. I'Arl-iKNOr.lt.H.nnl) on I'aMftliifr Trnlm. WKST IIOIINn. I'.i. Arroni. Krnanl. M. Imiu MO a hi 1:iiA n n. .iinreliiirjr. .lii:S7M Tililpm lli::j. . tn uik-ii inn lucnia m 7;M pm S Kl..irin-i.U:.15 a n. e.ua ... JliiiilK.ni.fi) .i.:. am H-iJpiii Willmllf in.: am s:S7pm KAST IIOII.SI). Can. Arrom. Wrlietllir .i;.-aipi ;si;, X""K r :i::i-.pin Nw l.turriiie :i:H p in h;(ki m IIIkIi lllll ,:l:.Mpi .I.iii loiric ,l:iii m sao a m 1 Ia.iiI. ii 'mi i i ii.i.i . ... Fait inilne wptiaa Mi.iitK.mn-r) at ll j; . m. ua; p, nma.1 , rM , . ! In.! Irailni? 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