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supply instruction. Let other sohools gett is the same man who, in 1880, was
give them instruction and let the nor appointed governor of Washington Ter
Hodgins & Chamness, Indépendance,
mal school only give methods. But in ritory by President Grant, but who Or., at the Post-Office Store, have on
MONMOUTH AND VICINITY.
tariHory and, waa
-tMrcoutrtry*at thfrpresen»4ime tbo ets» ■DUgT
School Supplies of all kinds. Groceries
or made up in the lates styles, should dent has to both learn the subject anc never qualified.
and Provisions, imported and domestic,
The Northern Pacific company has Cigars, Tobaccoes, Candies and Nuts of
call upon Miss Paradine Doughty, at how to teach it in the normal school.
The speaker then gave an analysis o’ made a special feature of emigrant ac all kinds always on hand. Give ua a
Miss Emma Waller’s Millinery Store.
call. School Books a speciality.
T he D istrict S chool .—The District course of study to be carried out in a commodations. The oars are large, sup
Farmers Mercantile Association of
School will open on Monday September successful normal school. His address plied with a stove for cooking, sink for Monmouth
are receiving a very fine
24th and continue for nine months. was instructive, interesting, and well washing dishes, and each passenger is assortment of goods complete in every
This will require a rate bill of about chosen. Then came a spioy speech by supplied with a sleeping berth and mat department for the spring trade. Dress
$2.50 per scholar for each term of three Hon. A. M. Campbell, proprieter of the tress. The berths for ladies are sup Goods and Trimmings of the latest
styles, Mens and Boys Clothing, a
months. The amount of the» rate bill Wheeling lntelliqencer, who was so plied with curtains. The emigrant fare splendid
assortment of Boot9and Shoes,
will be due for the remainder of the largely instrumental in procaring the will be $50.
Caps, Fancy and Staple Goods,
Wm. Altnow, a pioneer cattleman, Groceries, Crockery, Glass-ware, Tin-
term at the time the scholar enters nomination of President James A. Gar
Ill anhnl.iMi »ill k> nannlrU field for which he was presented with a ana wh/WA rawnh af thfi hfift«1 <?f Pine
with this estab-
in regular attendance from the time
on their way to Antelope, was recently
they enter to the end of that three
bitten by a rattlesnake in Otis valley in
months term, unless their parents give
th£ Malheur country. He was cutting
notice to the teacher in charge of their
sage brush for the camplfire, when
J oseph C raven ,«
he suddenly felt a sting, as of a briar,
_ B. M. S mith .___ _____ surprises* and
his left hand.- He Read This Column Through
J ohn W olverton ,
the one to-day. He said he was heart then walked about ten stepB to the fire,
Directors of School District No. 13.
and hand for education. For what is when he suddenly fell, faint and blind.
and you und Saue Money.
OPENING OF THEOREGON NORMAL
His brother immediately heated an iron
and deeply seared the wound. The un-
brought to Canyon
[As the body of our paper was made up driven the aborigines from their lands City. His arm and portions of his left
We will charge you nothing for
before the opening of the school, we on aocouut of their superiority in mental side and leg were greatly swollen and
give place on our local page this week culture. The fittest always survive. The discolored, being of a purple black showing the Goods and telling the
for a brief synopsis of the opening far West even is dotted with school color. After arriving he was attacked Prices. Compare them with other
exercises by our special reporter.— houses. The Western people are noted with hemorrhage of the nose and bled firms.
for enterprise in their educational work. almost to death before the blood could
. E d . H erald .]
We have just received
On Tuesday morning at eleven o’clock, In his own state the people have not be checked. He is now in a fair way to
the Opening Exercises of the Oregon made the advancement they ought on recovery, the swelling aDd pain having
50 Different Patterns of French
Normal School for the coming year, account of certain institutions that have greatly subsided.
In bis school days the dull
formally began, by the audience listening existed.
Seventy-five men are working on the
Imported Pants Goods
to a song by the ehmr, ami prayer by
lini1at TOnsvilk, thft prientterminas
Elder J. F. Floyd. Hon. J. D. Lee, of birch-rod. But now we have schools for and one hundred and twenty-fivo more
Dallas, then was introduced to the au
at Black river. About sixty horses and A fine assortment of
dience, who in his well timed remarks other ways than that of beating sense carts are employed in grading at differ
spoke of the pleasure afforded him in into a dull boy. He said it ig not neces ent points. These, besides the tents on
being able to be present and participate sary for him to argue the point of econ the line of construction, of which there
in exercises so important and amid pros omy for the state to have sohools rather are a large number, are the property of Ladies & Children's Ulsters,
pects so filtering for a successful than penitentiaries. Crime and ignor the N. P. R. R., and were transferred
school-year in the Normal School of ance go hand in hand. Then let the lure from Montana.
CASHMERES OF ALL SHADES,
Monmouth. With many encouraging people improve their schools. LetAhem
remarks to students and teachers ha have better teaching by training thtf , H andsome C ars .—The splendid train
called upon Hon. Judge Truitt, of Dal teachers in Normal Schools. He said
A laijxe assortment of CLOTH for
las. He also was much pleased to see he believed in improvement. As a to this city, has attracted much attention
Cloaks or TJlsters.
the interest manifested in Normal work journalist he had always favored schools. from our people. The car owned by E.
by the people of Oregon in so support He is a racy thinker and good
Last, but not the .least, a good
ing by patronage their own institution. In speaker. The exercises were then closed a magnificent affair, and worth a visit.
the eastei n states they are rapidly get - by Elder .T. W. Spriggs pronouncing the Those who desire to have a look at these
ting to see the importance of thorough benediction. ’
BUCKINGHAM à HECHTS’
An old time resident remarked that opportunity to-day between 10 a . m . and
Norm al work. Strong men in Germany
BOTTS AND SHOES,
are teaching the children. The Ger there were more students from abroad 3 p. m . The train is sidetracked op
man maxim is, “ If you want anything than had been in attendance for ten
Which can’t be beat.
learned in the nation, put it in* the
Remember the Red Brick Store
The prospects are very good for a the distinguished guests accompanying
schools.” Solo by Prof. J. M. Powell,
Mr. Villard, is Samuel G. Rathbone, of
President Stanley then read an address prosperous year.
Esq., Member of Parliament from Lan • Rosendorf & Hirschberg,
to the audience showing the benefits, and
England. Mr. Rathbone ex
history of Normal Schools. They were at
first called by New York politicians
Walla Walla county owes $28,000 on hibits a pardonable pride in recalling
and mentioning the fact that he was an
expensive nuisances, etc., but are now her new court house.
there regarded very necessary to good
The body of John Bright, one of the interested on looker when the first rail
two men drowned on the 6th at Seattle, over which a steam engine or locomotive THE SALEM FLOURING MILLS
ever pa Bed, was laid. The time, we
Company having bought the Farmers’
has been recovered.
at Independence, will receive
F. G. Nichoh, la‘e of Prineville, at
Song by choir.
on usual terms, subject
Address by State Supt. E. B. McEl tempted to commit suicide by taking affair, on the line of the Liverpool and to order, and pay the highest market
roy, who said he was only a substitute laudanum at the Eugene bridge a few
price at any time the storer may wish to
sell. Sacks furnished free of charge to
for an orator, (J. F. Caples) than whom, days ago, but a doctor saved his life.
move the Wheat to the Warehouse.
Ad Dleber, who was shot by Chas.
there was not a greater in the State of
further particulars inquire of the
Oregon. He was what is termed in Besserer, is recovering, but swears ven turned to Portland yesterday afternoon Agent at Independence,
these rail road days the last spike for geance when he recovers. He may get and last evening, and if the programme
W. P. CONNAWAY, A gent .
is adhered to, will leave by the special
the occasion. He then addressed the a dose that will settle him for good.
'PT?T7Ti1 8ond H*x cents for postage,
The telegraph announces the appoint trains at 7 p. m . for Walla Walla and
audience upon the subject, “ Normal
AVAclJu and receive free, a costly
goods which will help you to more
Schools and the necessity of their or- ment of James F. Leggett, of Leaven
money right away than anything else in the
gonization.” The speaker showed that worth, Kansas, as one of the commis They will arrive in that city early on world. All, of either sex, succeed from first
The broad road to fortune opens before
strictly and correctly normal schools sioners to examine seventy-five miles of Monday, and be entertained by the peo hour.
the workers, absolutely sure. At once address,
j Tav« & Qo-, Augusto, Maine,
should tram to teach, and pot have to the Northern Pacific railroad. Mr. Leg- ple.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
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