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MTlBUXnEn KflR THE DIME1111TIIIH OF DEWRlTin rRIHriPLES, !,! TO ?.m iS D01l'TLlVI?iO BT THE SWE1T OP Ol'R BROW
KUGENK, OH., SATURDAY, JULY i 181)7.
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I... ,.1 Uill.iine
. Kfl "' ,
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Itvl III "
king rates made
.;! but ''
t.l(.ir W (il'AKP,
J:lN,i pitoMPTLY DONK.
V BROWN, M. D.
lJt '-', to 1 . !'
AND MARBLE WORKS.
rices I" Furcliin aid
BRYAN AT LEBANON.
MoN DAY, J FLY 12.
K It PhvIh an.l H y Kowlund cte
in H irrisl urg ui d Junction yestenlay
Mi Marian While a ml F.mmu
Withers ctimu down from Iiiuin on the :
inornl g local.
Suiunl It Parish, iormerly chief of
police of Portluud, U sciioualy III ut !
his Inline in that el y.
Annuity CiihHis A Hardy is lioiue !
mm u week's business trip lo Cottage1
firnve und P.ohemla mine. (
Mr Allie FuMLum returned ye-tcr- !
lay mm a two weeks visit with rel- ly W
alive ut Vancouver, Wiish. j Kit tin- pn-t two, las tin- MM. town
Win ( lurk und family ure i.ow tx i ctii'ig "'iiy the foot
tending I heir volt, Mid wilt be hI Tl.e 1,1 !l" "' " range of no in. tain,
Dalit fur two or three W)eks. j uboul lhe liih'dlf if the W illuuii tie
JSMd'iin..il 111.- V J Valley. C ul len d IU 1 leu. :' II, has
I he hleyele mute fur orvullls yester
day w here they cierit several hour.
UHYIN IN tl'tiKNt:.
(fiele I I ill1
i.r Our lit.
Piri'!' f v-
N. E, MAKKI.F.Y.
ley & Markley
1 I'rolwle Blue
niwAm:;, n. e.makklet
pKlienin all the oourtB of inw
ffi Wa'tnil lloek.
ii'ii' li iM'l tlipfiillcciiua nxtun-o
! H V. ltetiiliTMiu, I m now
it'!" KtitMiiiiK hi the line o Deiitttlry
"ft it.. I ImIiiv.
tin ind B-ldne work Specialty.
B. D. PAINE. F
W.OS DU RN
Loan and Savings
-"jnB, - Urep.
T 'l-D . l'liine, J. R. IlarrH. J. K
" '! U li. Uino. W. K. Hmwn, J. F.
r- .na, f, W. unburn.
Ali. rt I'ltil.t h;ii i ciinl hU store in
Hie WmIIoii hlnek. Me (-.HTtii tooieli
a tie Htoek of gixiiU during the
C A Wo nUuii Iru returned from
trip tn he a I it country with K l!
lirysun, of Corvullin, and rex a
i!raf;int tun i n .
J V (i.iwily and Polk Cirrin of Cot-
ue drove, aud I'd Nohmil of Cren
well, at'enihil the Itryan hpeuking al
A live-iiiontliK-ohl Plymouth Kick
pullet delimiting to ( (i.irilin h:i4
eniiiineiu'ed layiiij;. Thin In u very
S itu day' Oreou City Pre: Pew
(iliiiaii Pinker went to Spencer lUite,
Lam- county, l'rldiiy where he will
deilica'e a church.
Mr I L Cumpl't-ll ai.d ihni.iter
cuine over to Ii hiinou from Sod.iville
and uoc-iiiiiiii ed Mr Cuuiplit ll home
otl the tifteriiooti local.
Louix .lohiiscn U hack at hi ilok in
t'.ie Kiml Xulio'iul hunk after a two
we k oiitiug on Iiih hicycle tn Mount
Hood ai d other point.
Mr mid Mrs J T Kowlatid mid
duutjittr, Mii May, and Mr V L
Chci-her left, hy pr.vute conveysiice
Saturday for ft'ittiliirg to hpend a
few w it k.
iloMt'litir Ji) lew: At Iton well
.Spiiiijis Monday a large crowd ntem
bled for the celehriitlou, tut drenching
liowet diimpened tl.e uidor of the
row d. Ailatr' quartette from ICngrne
rurnNlied excellent mule.
Two eiiglnen pa-r.nl tl.louuh ahead
ftli.' io-etillig local III' afterniHii.
On txT.'Unt of running ho timov heavy
exeiir-iou train lately the .S P I hav
ing ti hard time to keep their cars and
enginis ut fie points needid.
ntoti Pfntiner, the F.iresl tlrove
hunker, w ho myteriouiily disapm-ar d
July 10th, has hevn discovered by Lis
hrnl her In-law ut Victoria, H V, iu a
hospital, ill with licrvou piostratiou.
He will return home as coon as he i
able to travel.
Albany Dciiirmral: Nearly all the
faculty of the State University upend
their vacation ut Y'aiiuiua. For years
Prof Condon bus never failed to he
ther-, and a gooil uiauy others, as well
. ..... ... i..
as oilier proiiiint ni rugeiiu eiiic
drink in Yaqtiii'i) o.o:ie.
Time: (iifloid Nash arrived in
Corvallis Wed ne day from a twowiews
visit ut his father's place on Hi it It
Cleek. The fnllo lug day lie proceeded
t Porthuid to i-it his relatives until
the U of O opens. Mo will remain at
Eugene aunt her year as piuno Instruc
: : : $50,000.
B arHrg Business Transacted
wcl in time dciiCrtiU. '
entr :ttil to our cur- will receive
E$u!k.)M!iJ. Au:.tait Ch!er,
I ulii. I
ip Ush Capital 50,0(W
js aim rronts, ,o,u;h
ne - - Orecron
bmkiut buniinjk. done on rsiu
Si,d.t lrafu on NEW YoKK
SAN FRANCISCO and POKT
ichkD tuM oq (areti;n oountrl
ivea tubjeot to check or oertiti
rtion, entru.tel to c wi'.l recel
ticcn the Mi rr.i to wiiicli I .ie -e-of
free llvcr men, I) in i.-ra', IJ'o.ibli.
euiMand People Party, -have luriied.
the ikV.iM.iil Ih'Ui,' Hi.- prioiii-e I ii
pemauce of t he leader in the Lit.- cain
paigu William J. milium llrynii.
And they weie lint disappointed.
For one hnur and it ij imter the
0 atnpioii of fr.-e bllver coinage held
the u I li.'i I I a to iti il of tli..
lurcc audience, (.taudilig tliough ins
auditor weie iu (lie hot sunlight, mid
ciowdi ii nt . uie phn't on tin' grouinl
o the lltclicl cmild hardly inovi.
For (he pits two days taiiipi is hud
been wi inline their waj In l.i l aiiun
from ull pn lions of the vulley, niid
even from without the vallev, as t
I'risik county, aero- the urnnruin,
sent atif.it Ml nv.-r that Jwc.iri.ouie
hit died miles of in -tly nioiintain
load. The tiiilto d tniin Irom South
eru Oregon, Ynq mi l It i y an I the east
a ol the ttc.-l siilc of the Willamette
Valley, gave ppc i.d late and made
spic.al pici.tirallni;, and not nun--,
f l hatidlili : the cloud that lt"-iieil toi
see and hear t e t i. 11 1 lit champion
I'ml).' .iiur.l . Jut r I.'.
Ia!,i about the elithustaslil of tin'
tna-sis for llrynti waning, or the ca.iv
of fiivi-r dying out. The large rro,.
of j eopie ti nt everywhere gr.rt I
liatns Je o Ins Itiyuil relutes ll.;
da:lv or us ol't.-ii n he makes his a,,
pearatiee even w here he can Is' miii.
it' not heard.
When a Iclcitram as received Satti'
day that Mr I'.ryan would apt ear on
the plat loriu of the cars as he pacd
l li i ml l: 1 1 I'li'ciie, it wu a foreL'one cer
I at ii t y that he would be cliloil-i i-ti-rally
received, yet He- train rendu d
In tv at 4 1.1a. m. About iXkl people
I'ongieuted at the d. pot mid ilitring
the short slop mad many took dvan-tau-e
of the 1 1 1 1 I. unity HMi.til t
gtap him by the hand. Mr P.rynu
made no talk w hile lu re. He is a
very consistent member ot the Presby
teri.in church, and refrain from any
speeches on uuday, utile il lie before
a religion organization, and upon re
ligion topic. A iiumlier of romiiieiit
silver advocate accompanied Mt Ilry
an from this point to Lebanon.
Sale to last until
Mis. It Auilrevx.
t'.ie while metal, the money of our
f ther- tin I the c intil'ition.
lvliinu'es of the eiowd pii eiit vaiy
f.om h!,IUJ to I.'ihii. Mr I Iry on,
than w houi few men have spoken to
large outdoor m.-eting. tin id utai y rc
felled to the number a hl.oio. ..n
It is con-idered the tow n of Lebanon
has but "iikj popula ion, men, women
aud children, It may he nppricla ed
wnat a hold the on.lor and .he piim I
ples which he so al ly champion bus
on the common peoj lc. Hits imtnci e
throng was. draw from n country
whose diaineler i tu t !e tluiu two
From Pott lainl ni d Itosehiirg. two
huiiilttd miles npii't, i.or ti and
south, they came on wagons
and train. Fnun Newport by
the ecu, and Pnucvilic iu the land
of hunch gr s , crickets and I uditiroo,
two bundled mile from West to ca.-t
they tlocki'd to hear the orator.
We have not space, or time, in this
Issue to give a resume of his t-picch
hut w ill furnish il m a later date. It
wa iiriruuieiitaliv" nd convitu ing, I
pluin uliil dirt t-t iu stateiiienl, w i'hoiit i
the least hitlernr or rancor t-uch as I
some might expect from a defeated j
After li-leiiitig to il we fully undt r.
stand how he drew I" hi siippoit
such a iiitt- of voters allhoitgh opposed j
by t' e capital of the country ami I
every iul rest of niotiopoly and -elfish
It was a great spuch. A etch nil 1
a live Mil .cet. and by a live ii.au. We
b tve In aril no disn ntiug opinion
are glad we went.
'tli y i.uur.l, ' i v i
The light of the life of Mr. W. P..
Andrews llicker.-d and went out about
I o'clock ye-lcrday iiftcrnooii, July 1 ,
I lt'T. Ili'ii'iised Millercd a paralytic
I stroke ytsterday mornitig caii-cd by
' the bur-ting ot a small blood vessel on
the base ot llni brain. She apparently
railii d somewhat ilui ing I he day, bu,
ut . o'clock she ijiiielly as-e.l into the
tut ii re nfe, In which slie ha always
(ij i expressed so much hope and con-
ll - ea-ed was bom ill Wayne county,
Ohio, May il, I H Iti, and w as united Iu
marriage to W It Andrews on Feb.
lso't. In S4 the family ivinovt d to
I Oregon, stopping in Yamhill county
one year, after w hit h Ihcy removed o
Fugeiic, where they hit e since re
sided. She way an earnest and devout
mem Ik r of the (. hrisllan church, aud
her kind heart ami many excellent
trails of chracter e .dearcd her to the
many sincere friends who are now ex
tending their s in pathetic aid to the
grief-stricken family in the last sad
acts to be pt rfoimed for her w ho hu
so ipuetly left them.
IVccusfil leaves a devoted husband
and four chitdp-n tn mourn her los.
Mr S S Sigel, resides in Portland, Mrs
Tims Awbrey, in Cotlag.i (irovo utnl
her two inn, William and L'dwtird in
The funerul services will be held at
the residence at 10 o'clock Wednesday
illuming, July II, ItVv M L Ilose, pa-
tor of the First Christhtn churcli olll-
ciating. I iilermeiit will take place In
the I O t) Fet mctery. Friend of tin
family are icspectfully iuvlted
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY OF HOSE AND VESTS.
65 Ptr Cent off on Window Display of Shoes.
Ladies Sleeveless Under
Vests. Wmtli :'o. N .'V t and X'-t", all for l.a-la
Fast Black Hose
Worth '.'"I f ot- itn.l -1 ff id", for 1 cenU
l'.ig he.l.n U"ii on all I'.m ll.iseanil Colors.
Foster Kid Gloves, 89cts
Look here a Sacrifice
never heard of before. A
heavy loss to clean out.
Jlitou Patt.rii f..r . ol ".!
illKI . Null .V.la
7. N-l 4.80
Is M " " . .No.-. MlO
pi mi ' " . . N..H . :"
in in No; .1 1'
to no " . . .N '1 10
1 1 on N..'i K ih)
r mi . Nolo 7 7.1
1.1,01 " N..11 .-''
All Wool Challies
Worth 7.icuU fur 3.1 cents.
French Zephyr Gingham
Worth 1.1 to 'JOfrnU lor l.'Sffiitii,
Worth lilts-ilia, for f.1 cents!
:til esnt I limhy lor I'll rents,
1 ent jipiett mull for :' vnU.
l rm.li Stiitii.K", -".'Pill fur l.'i ftiuU
Bjy's Suits 25 per cent
25 per cent off. Call
Shoes. Shoes. Shoes.
: HI Oxford, for r-'.of'
I ilora I li ifol.tte, I irvi'U and IHMoo.'it.
Gei. L'r, Shoes at a big
Fadcy Plaid Satteen
worth 20 cts for 12 cts
U i '.' ii L . . ... L'lillla
H y - ' ; - IVt
I : f ; 1 ' - -1 . 14 i -r
J .i ; : : .nl ii iture,
i. 1 1 t . i I up ry
t . . ' ; ..I on
M.i' . . . i . : K.riinia-
. : - -. -:r I ivrr
I-,.... . ' : '.r. )NS
I is .;. I: ahii
t. -, . ' .: ;; prtlv at
w .. '. ti c t;oin
, ' l ite I.
v.-1 . . ' . .i: J tlut
v . .li . . , . . ; i ,u .utive.
I:il... ' I n. 'ha
J.i . : 'lU-VONS
1 l , I IMMDNS
I It i i . . : .-s t tie
J.tt .'.i ,; pnj
: i ! : . i ' t i!ie
p. v . , .: .'e " ' f. ' 1(1 l.oU
I M . . i .... I l i !) . n .very
J. n. .. i l-hiirti! ;..'.iu, Pa.
l iiiou party Organizes.
ii iiiiiliiiie.l ruin H iturilsy.)
After Ihe address by Hou K
WALTK.K I. MAIN'S FNOKMOl'S K K
Hie t.reatest Circus of Modem Times
full all Hie othnrsw lint you will, bill
l til is said and told mid retold,
t. ere is but on ( Ireal Circus w hich Is
in every tart Uvular and detail the great
est and grandest of the entire world's
circuses, und that Is Wulter I. Main's
Luminous K. U. Shows hich Is com-
mg to Kiigene on Thursday, luly 29,ln
nil lis ngal mngnil'ceiice, Its
Suiip Bhoti hi Hie Haleiu Journal ht
the libauou Meellnf. -Homo
I splendor. Its uiie'iual'ci
II u III-
Uoad Maiiiink. Junction City
Times: tiid Millett, supervisor of this
district has invented aud built a mi-
hiue for loading gravel that I pro
nounced hy ull who have wit' essed lis
opera ion a success. lhe inotivw
power is an engine and the gravel is
scooped upon u platform Into a hopper
aud with a turn of a ciank, the gravtl
I dumped Into the wagon. It will
handle about SK0 yardi of gravel per
duv and when the tilts are not too fai
away, the gravel can he delivered for
10 cenl per yard. A agon were ioau-
Bu Oil an BveruBc i""
Mr Millett made the machine for mm
district although it Is understood that
the county will purchase it. There
should he one machine for every two
road districts Iu the county aud witn
careful management, Lane counn
w. uld have the best roads iu the
country and at a mluimum cost t
that. The uwdiiue Is not patented
but the Ingenuity of au Industrious cit
izen shou.d certainly be protected by
il was desired to secure the opinion oi H11i V1(lll proportions. 1 mler the
Hons Sroi.KX. Junction Ci'.v
rimes: Only hist month Hon C W
Washhurne met wilh the lo-s of his
favorite saddle horse which wa stolen
Irom his ham and although lhe horse
in charge id a young man w ho an
swers to the ile-ctiption of the one
we had occasion to warn the ptople
against who was engaged in llieoslcn
uil.l.. Limine- of buying coW's Was
seen iu F.ugciie, there nil truce of
him was lost. Wednesday morning
Mr Wnshburtic made lhe
a noiiiv of the well known friend ot
silver ill the audience as would he po
siiil. in the limited tune, and the fol
lowing gentlemen spoke: F M W'd
kins, J 1 Matlock, Jas F Amis, Nui
Martin, P.ev J C Kldiurdson, Jno
Siiupson, II 1) Norton and H linker.
A i iiin.il svnoosls of these shor
and pithy addresses results ahoti' 11
follows: They ar'i limpialilledly in
luvorof bimetallism, will do every
thing Iu tlitir power to bring thl
liliout, and while it is Willi a pardon
able regiet they leavo the old parties
Willi whom they have so long u
sociated, do so because they firmly be
lieve the only way to win is by a union
of this kind. They will unite iu a
common cnii-e, work for a common
tool 1ft 1 1 1 I kni.w n mist imrty ulllll -
that lietween forty and tlfly head jmli
his stock hog had been stolen, lhe j.-ro, the attendance at tliis busy
hogs were running in a large I'""" i ,jme a(lj t,e HiUMre ami earnest wnnis
,,L,.o It l nnimretit that the cause of
with a great Ileal ol llinierorusn moi
as they were gent h it was a very nsy
matter to drive them out. It la i-up-
poscd they were taken s e time ago
although they were not mis-ed until
the lime above mentioned. This is
Muite a heavy lo and it Is to Is) Imped
that the thieve may yet be discovered.
PallT liuar.1. J i'J
Has Takes CiiARi.E.-Today Mrs L
i. Mitrstersbssumed the managimi
. . .., i itotsri Johns 1 1"
or l lie ..llii'iesov i -- ----
... i ... I... U..n 1 Il-lgi
ton retiring, wr -onus 7 Wl!llal iiotb.ei.
very isipuiar inwi -
... ...I.i..l. lif had large experl-
agemeut, - " -- - - i ,
u ,i.i. linn clve assurance lliat , 3 p m
C ItC iu
Irvinii Jisik k Coi-'Ki. This morn
lug Deputy Prosecuting Attorney L I
Harris was untitled to appear in Jus
tice Yales court at living lo prosecute
u case wherein L.J. row is accused
of ai'inoi r.stintf Home ax. ed'e.
titlni uls, saws and other tools lieces-ury
wood ent ers kit. I he eoinpiaini
e by K I uiel ol Max v l, l
sil er In Lane county in on lhe tii
wsrd grade, and il it wins throughout
the stute il will be because of the ac
tive impetus given to lhe n nvemtiit
No further business up curing l
this lime, .he meeting adjournsd.
.spring llild Fire.
greatest city of snow-w hite tents ever
elected on any grounds will be aeen
fully one hundred -count llieiii! fully
one hundred exalted stars, who will
civ in hundred and llfty superior
.ml supreme act, too numerous to
elas-ify, too mu.iy to name, tio mulll
laiioiis lo describe. Ihtreback ildlng,
iiuniliiiL' track, fancy and niitnrge rld-
,or aerial acls, grand gyiuuastlcs
iiinibling, vunlting, h aping, athletic
and contortion feats, Juggling, eo,ulll
hri-tic nole balancing, breaking lad
der und other ads. L'nliiie, Hlately,
Abounding, Aerial Stage and Aretilo
peiforiiitiioes not seen elsewhere.
Many of them hy foreign artists,
plenty of them by home artists. He
member the date and do not miss the
Copies of Iregoti School Laws.
Doit Guard, Ja'r I :
Last night a blaze east of tow n
tokened a loss Jfor
prove I to be
lhe residence Vurion
across the river from
,-pringlield. It wu cti-'l ly
i .i... v ..Ins inn mill the kero-elie Wlls
..atter. d so and the liie b.irm d mi r.ip
Idly thut nothing could be saved, Utnl
. " . , ...... for rtefen
everv effolt Will Oe iui .-.to y ,v, one.l Hie
, (I this case Was po-tpillen "i"' , lt t,,g ,,.iek work lo get all inecniiu-
Attorney Markley will apar (i
II awakened and out of the house
I Ant, who claim thai n- "" I u.f,,rw jt collapsed.
the public Mrs Marsters has c.-seu
her restaurant in the Young block.
Vlu' I'I'II.IiIMI "I"
now a work on a fruit dry hou-eafe
miles no aril of this cuy. i -"-
. t .... fruit each
ts-4'rll i.usiifis oi Heexis-C S tU 111
,.,.. It win be ready t . care for the Hep.c
CO ning crop. j1
:to Is in psrttier-liip and ha 1 merely I
taken them down n ar J tu
use. . !
.sE lV.Ai iu -Lr H F Met "or
mtck ure eu e l no-
t... D. .. Ines'.o e I e o be
24 j9uea- ave r
Let ..I o . i.
b xt s
MDKKIA'IK Lll K.NSM -The folloW
permits lo ed nave Iseii Issuee
ui Clerk Jenninu -ii'i e our la-t report:
(ieo F Hums, Zi. and -ora Kidi, 1!;
ph Wi let, lii, and Mary ,. ..ici oy
pi In lhe latter Iii-tiili'M the young
I ..!'(. father, li W Me oy, (lied his
Wn"e. eofi-elil lo the s uutice of the
Tlie following circular has beei' re
ceived hy ScIhkiI Hupt. Hunt:
Sai.km, Ore., June '.(,
County Supt. Hunt: Iu a few (lays
I will seud you a supply of the new
edition of the Oregon (school l.aws.
Tlure will not be sulllcient copies to
distribute them as fully as might be
desired, but It in my purpose that the
couniv superintendent shall supply
each district in his coun y wilh one
copy of the iaw, the same lo --e placet!
tu lhe hands of lhe dis'ilc clerk, that
the same b.) present at the Umo of
a iy b und tin-fling.
1 trust the school boards will be care
ful of the copy furnished them, as they
ure not pilvute pn.pt r y ami do not be
long lo any Individual, but is the
proi-cr I y of tin-sclns'l board.
(i. M. Ikwim,
s-ch id districts having no copy of
the law sluuld apply to the county
suelit ni.dt utatonce.
Ii.llj ijnar l Jul 11
Wiikat Wkatiikh. The thermom
eter registered degrees this morning
atfio tliek. 'I his Kind of weather
makes t,riu till to the best advantage.
Co. I moi l n. glil and warm dajs.
'ou can't have blmetallsni on a gold
The past Is only valuable as It shows
the pathway of tho future.
Thsdoetluy of 70,non,U,W l'opie is uoi
safe Iu tho bauds of foreign Ilnanclers
Y'ou can't criticise a man until you
have put yourself In his place.
The uucommon people are not mar
ly so numerous as they themselves
thl-jk they are.
I was not a precocious child mil i
uever was so young as not to know
that When one eud of the teeter board
goes up lhe oilier goes down. (Jolil
up. products bought with gold do:;'t.
The citizenship of the citizen don't
depeud on the employer. Ho coercid
his laborer because the banker coercid
A dollar which rises iu purchasing
powerisasdiBhoucsl as a dollar that
No man understand bolls like tl.e
follow who bus them.
The gold dollar was a bulloon dollar
that, as It rose higher, gave llmse In
ho l..ylit mora to look unoll and
thus neooleon the ground less.
Ti..rA Is no niouev excel. t that law
crt ates It.
We never had a party In tho history
of our couutry until 1VHJ that declared
fn, ihs rob! standard. I here are inos.
who say that the government Is pow
er! ss to create money but able to com
Not even a republican would try to
fonn a partnership with a man by
which he would make more and that
man make luss.
If the gold standard was a good
thing why had we sent a commission
..i io imto us to ire t rid of II'.' If
It were not good we were a feeble peo
ple uot to get lid of it:
The gold standard has two objects:
l-lo make gold the only legal lender
standard money; 2-to put the people
iu the hands of the national bauks for
all their paper money.
It's a terrible thing to have a money
H...I LltHtiMiiile net the whole beuelll
i r.t. m i: issiin I k.
All Ind li -i'VX Piogialil.
Allliotllicellielll e.iloerillng tie
Tenchct liitit ute, wlib li meets ill
Yillard I lal', Jnlv 'Js, und continue ill
s. s-.oii lor I w o u cel. aie uo out .
Thi i the annnid in elitn; w hlch all
teacher tile ie inn .1 to etleiul rlipT.
Int. nileot Hunt lit.i oun. . thai he
will follow the law slilctly Inrigard
to this innttcr. It I eonlldcntly
expected that the attcliilauce at this
Institute will bo larger than at any
previous meeting of I ho kind.
One new halilie ol the 1 111 -.lulu M
(hat It w ill be divlibil Into two grades,
one being for tlu'-e who have never
taught or who hold second or third
grade ccitillcaic, the oilier for those
who hold lli-l grade t t llllliates, statu
ccrtlllonte or d.phnna.
ltesitleS givlmj the best oblalnilblo
Instruction In mithods of teaching,
the institute will give a mod excellent
review for tiny one w h is preparing to
take liny tciichor examination. Thero
w ill be no char. -o for tuition und roll
seipiclitly lhe expense will he very
Something of Prof AckerniahV pop
ularity n an instiuctor may be seen
in the fact thai all hi time Is employed
in Insliltilo woik from the tune ins
l,oo I c!o t in Pi rilaiid in June
until It reopen iu September.
Prof Friedel, l the I' of O. I well
and favorably Known n tin Institute
worker, and several year of public
school woik Iu tho Last, hi him lor
the woik of an instructor In the institute.
Supcilntiiideiil Hunt, who will
have gencial charge ot tho ii.siuuie
and will liho tcudi i ling and orlhog-
riphr, need no introduction to I.aue
county tenelo r. H" I now iilteinung
HieNiiHoiuil l'..luea'ional Anclallon,
at Milwaukee, Wl , find will dobtless,
return with many new Idea concern
A ptotlllllellt felitllHMif Hill institute
will Ie lhe study of I'l unary oicinotis.
Mls I Inisc, who Inn been for several
years one of the most su tul pri
mary teachers of Ivigenc, wl 1 no at
lhe head of Ihi braiic i of the work.
I'he latest methods will no ill-cu-si'd.
A niltiibcr of leelurc will he given
during the meeting of the teachers,
PiesidcntPL Ciiinphcll, Stale Super
inteinleiit Irwin and others, having
hveii secured to deliver III" name. Not
a little time will be devoted to (lis
eussionsiind a thoiough und enmpieto
iiluiiatlon of llni system or grading
schools, sent out by County Htiperln
teudenl Hunt, will be given.
The institute w ill continue in se siotl
until tho August examination.
Wllt.AT IS STItOSd.
Millketn ull Over thu World
mi rpNiird Ttiiilcin-y.
!-. .' la! to nor oi .ni".
I.IVKItrool., JUIV I l.-V argots uti
passage, iiliout li pf nee dearer; options
Ni.w Yohk, July Pi.-Market strong;
. . . ..... -i i
September cl..ed at 7J; c against, nj
ttn it mid, juty i.-.'iiuni. '""
and linn, clo.iug at
Man Fiiam I--'.', July l ! -siroDg;
closing al I - '!
The market ull over the world are
rung und have au upward tendency;
rum ouaru, l'i'j 1 ;
Lw IlKtiKfcN. Last evening while
r i...,.i i i.-rv of tola city, st trtel to
mount his bicycle on the Sprlnglield
bridge, bis right leg got wrenched ami
t.inuwl in at rain 1 1) ir the tendons aud
bresklDg the small bone of the leg Just
alsivo the ankle. Ur llrown wa
culled and dressed the liijund member
and he Is now resting easily.
H,M a 1 1 r n a w a v . La-l Th umda f
Hon .1 M -IV-'I'I, "f Mohawk, met
W,, a riinawty accid-nt. Ill horsea
had started, be gra-p l "'t lines quick-
f tin hi i.iol.oanii no wascotu
loj'iii'p, Itij u iNst himself ln-
llu is i w geiting aioug
nicely, and wiiisoo-i I e nil right tigain.
Mahku:!'.-Iu l'.ugeiie, July L', 107,
t ti , ,, -l.leiue i f the ulUduting cler
gymit...Kcv N IS Alley. ti.oF llur.i
nud C' rallied, both of Jumtlou.