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   Algona Republican (Newspaper) - July 20, 1887, Algona, Iowa                                THE STARR A Epitome of the INTERESTING NEWS gave In gold from f ord and Seals of the Knlghta ol twelve ounces of or gold to died at his home in Louis on the il ItitlKAMn OFVI AWArl the Miners had traced a vein 200 feet on the THE American Educational Association at Us session in Chicago on the 14th elected Aaron of by a unanimous president for the ensuing Deputy Attorney General of wns drowned on the ANDY MARTIN colored was hanged at on tho 12th for the murder of Henry McNeil colored on May Itt On tho scaffold Martin confessed tho THE anniversary of tho battle of the Boyne was celebrated by tho Orangemen at various places ia the United Ireland and Canada on tho THEBE was an incronso of the net gold in treasury from July to July THE Sons of Temperance of the United States and Canada commenced their annual meeting on tho 12th at Bos The total membership of the order is As epidemic of flux was prevailing on the 12th in several Virginia with a shocking mainly among chil AT Royal Garner on the 12th shot and killed his whom he had mistaken for a THE summer schools opened on the 12th nt and a prosperous season was THE commissioners intrusted with tho location of the Minnesota State Soldiers Homo decided on tho 12th on Miunehaha TUB Pelzer near with twenty thousand bales of was burned on tho FOREST fires were raging on the 12th in Northern and already much damage had been THE weather on tho 12th was intensely hot throughout the the ther mometer registering as high as 103 de grees in the shade in some THE annual convention of the National Educational Association opened at tho Ex position building in Chicago on the The attendance was unprecedentedly embracing representatives of every State and Territory in the A FIRE on the 12th in An thonys photograph material establish ment at New York resulted in a loss of a mining town of eight hundred was visited by a fire on the 2th that destroyed the entire business causing a loss of months ago a firo occurred that al most ruined the which had just been WINTHROP of New dealers in Mexican and South American assigned on the with liabilities of The firm had been in trade half a and expected to pay one hundred cents on the POSTMASTER of confessed on the 12th that ho hud opened registered letters passing through his of fice and extracted tho money they con Ho was confined in jaiL ANDREW aged ten and John and Alexander aged eighteen and thirteen were drowned on the 12th while bathing in the Delaware river at Port CIIAIO and her Miss Alice of wero walking on railway troatio on tho when a train overtook them and they were NIXE negroes were standing under a tree on the 12th at Mount dur ing a when the tree was struck by lightning and all wero instantly FOUR men were killed at the Colby mine in on the 12th by a fall of JOSEPH an old and prom inent resident of was mur dered in a public street of that city on the 13th by John a who claimed that he killed Kennedy to avenge an in jury done his father by the latter many years PRESIDENT CLEVELAND on tho 13th at tended the centennial celebration at Clin AT Wabash a shower of insects resembling millers tell on the evening of the and the streets were covered so thickly with their dead bodies that boys raked them into piles and burned them by They filled the churches until it was found necessary to adjourn the prayer THE entire business portion of the town of was destroyed by fire on the AT on the 13th Henry aged seventeen accidentally shot and killed his brother twelve years THE oil and lard refinery of Fair bank in was totally de stroyed by firo on the IN the school elections at Salt Lake City on the 13th the Gentiles curried five of the twentyone These were tho first elections held under the registration and the Mormons were greatly cast down at the GOVERNOR of issued a card on the 13ih denying that in that had been bankrupted by the dosing of the WILLIAM EVERSON of Pitts iron manufacturers and coke failed on the 13th for THE old employes of tho operators were being evicted in Pennsylvania on the and new men other parts of the country had been engaged to fill their THE exports of breadstuffs during the month of June aggregated in value and during the six months ended Juno against during tho same period in Loom oil and paint manufacturers at failed on the 13th for BURGLARS on the night of the 13th en tered the store of at Ana opened tho safe by use of the abstracted and es EUNEST of a who had been despondent for some shot his wife daad and fatally wounded himself on the TUB Cass County soldiers monu ment was uuvuiled at Logansport ou the 13th in the presence ol forty thousand IN a political dispute on the 13th at Lex Chatham shot and killed Johu editor of the IT was announced on the 13th that fig ures lately given out by Powderly showed that the membership of the Knights of Labor had fallen from to less than in the last fourteen TIIJJ 13th was the hottest day of the sea eon at New There were six sun and the suffering in the tenement district was reported as DISPATCHES of the 13tU say that assays of the quartz found on the gold prospect of tho Lake Kupefior Iron west of A NUMBER of strikers in the Pennsylva nia coke region returned to work on the and tho indications were that the strike was nearing an A NEW kind of potato striped and about half an ineh in made its ap pearance on the 14th iu the potato fields near and was said to bo more damaging to the vines than the old potato TWENTY carpenters employed on tho Coates House addition at Kansas City struck on the 14th because tho manage ment refused to supply them with ice THE production of pigiron in tho South this year it was said on tho fall below the output of last IN a convention of divisionists at resolutions wero passed on the 14th expressing unalterable opposition to the admission of Dakota as a State as a and declaring for division on the seventh standard JACOB tho aged New York briber of was on tho 14th sentenced to four years imprisonment and to pay a fine of A stay of proceedings was THE town of was badly damaged by a cloudburst on the In a few miles a num ber of houses were washed away and one child DURING a terrific hailstorm on the 14th at several head of stock wore killed by the courthouse was injured and many wheat fields were JOSEPH cashier of the Phila delphia Times for about tan was on the 14th said to be a defaulter to the amount of at least TUB Sons of in convention on tho 14th at voted unanimously for a prohibition amendment to the Nati onal THERE were eight fatal casualties and one murder in Kansas on the A HEAVY hailstorm south of on the damaged many acres of David Buckinghams barn was struck by lightning and destroyed by together with three JOHN LOG AX was seriously but not dangerously injured on the 15th while carriageriding at The accident was caused by tho horse be coming frightened and throwing the buggy over an BERNARD son of a wealthy weaver of who was bit ten by a pet dog five weeks died of hydrophobia on the THE Rock Island road offers to haul Kan sas products to Eastern fairs free of EIGHT THOUSAND acres of watermelons in Lawrence were dying on the 15th for want of THE National Educational Association closed its sessions in Chicago on the San Francisco was decided upon as the next place of HOT weather still prevailed on tne 15th in many portions of the In Chi cago tho thermometer marked 98 degrees above zero in the shade in Cincinnati there wore twelve cases of sunstroke four Uireo ratal cases in Pittsburgh and two at In portions of Illi nois and Indiana the mercury reached 104 THE Treasury Department at Washing ton decided on tho 15th that there is noth ing in the ContractLabor law to prevent American citizens who may reside in Can ada from engaging in labor in the United THEKE were 149 business failures in the United States during the seven clays ended on the against 130 the previous seven A COLLISION occurred between freight trains near on tho in which a two engines and thirteen cars loaded with cattle were Ax oil can exploded at the residence of at on the fatally burning a young son of Smiths and two colored AT Forsythe at tempted to start a fire with petroleum on tho 15th when an explosion took place and she was burned to Ix the New York Stock Exchange on the lath VicePresident Hill ascended tho platform to announce the death ot De when he was taken suddenly and expired in a few AMONG the fires on the 15th were tho fol At tho Law rence cement loss at Bal the Hominy mill and Gambrill Manufacturing Companys at theBergdall Com panys at Lewis in the shipbuilding at the entire business portion of the at the Lawrence sugar THE lire in tne Standard mine at which started a year was extinguished on the 15th after the destruction of property worth CHARLES owner of a large furni ture factory at hanged himself on the He labored under the halluci nation that ho was becoming FRANK the colored man who saved nine persons from drowning on the occasion of the capsizing of the yacht Mys tery in Jamaica on the 7th is to be presented with a gold moda in recognition of his IT is estimated that the iron ore produc Won this year will be one million tons in excess of the output for aged fiftyseven LKONAUD one of Chicagos fa mous was married on the 14th to Miss Marie a clerk in his office for the past seven JtmoB who received the nomination of the recent State ProhibiUon convention of Iowa lor Supreme positively declined on the CATIIARIXB VAN BUUHN SEAMAS died on the 15th in the Presbyterian Home for Aged Women ot New She was 1C6 years PERE tho famous missionary of tho Chootaw died at the Hotel Diaz in New Orleans on the aged seventyfour THE VANDEHIULT and who sailed from New York July 2 on the yacht Alva for a tour of the arrived at Queens town on tho ADVICES of the 12th from Europe state that Groat Britain will need to import about bushels of wheat and flour during the remainder of its crop A NEW Ministry was formed in Bulgaria on the with StoilofE as President of tho All political prisoners had been ordered set at IN a skirmish on tho 18th between Al banians and near Mokra ten of the former and two of the latter were ADVICES from Honolulu to July 5 wero brought by the steamship which arrived at San Francisco on tho Tranquility had been restored on tho ADVICES of the 13th say that President of had issued a de cree assuming full control of tho country and suspending the action of the constltuj JUSTICE in addressing the County Kerry grand jury on the ad mitted there was a decrease of crime in that section of but said the cause was tho complete subjugation of the peace able members of the community to a law less THE British commission appointed to in vestigate Pasteurs treattnentof hydro phobia made a favorable report on the ADVICES of the 14th say that ten Italian soldiers wore killed and seventy injured and worth of property destroyed by the recent gunpowder explosion at LOUD RANDOLPH CHURCHILL created a sensation in the British House of Com mons on the 14th by a tierce onslaught upon tho loading features of the Irish Land Ho declared that in its present form it would be an injury instead of a benefit to the and advocated a general recasting of the HEUU the worldfamous gun maker of died on the He was born iu and had for many years controlled the largest industrial es tablishment in tho world operated as an individual IT was announced on the 14th that tho movement for the annexation of New foundland to the Dominion of Canada had been with fair prospects of suc TYNDALL has discovered that a largo section of American opinion is op posed to Irish home In a published letter on tho 14th he announces the dis and refers to Gladstone as tla desperate gamester miscalled a states A CTCLOXE passed over md vicinity on the causing consider able damage to chimneys and frail BEVEHIDOE importers ol woolens at failed on the with liabilities of Ax excursion train on the London Port Stanley railway was run into on the evening of the 15th at by a Canada Southern The wreck took fire and probably a dozen per sons wore burned to death and many oth rs The loss to property was ADVICRS of the 15th say the Ameers forces had won a great victory over the insurgents near They captured a large number of prisoners and sent the heads of two hundred of tho slain to Ca LATER Opening of the Biff Convention at for Improving the Syntom of Teaching Blair Hill Favored n ot the Educational Condition of the July teachers began to assemble in Central Music Hall terday and by nine oclock tho auditorium was filled with After a long voluntary upon the organ the meeting was called to order by Presi dent William Several committees were of submitted a series of resolutions which wero They reaffirm with emphasis the declaration that it is the duty of Congress to come to the aid of tho people of the Southern States of the Union in their present heroic ef forts to overcome the illiteracy which is now the great misfortune of this and if neglected will speedily become the peril and shame of the whole GUIDES OF THE Becohiktmya of the era The Mew San Francisco to Be the Next Place of DU July Over teachers ha I registered up to last all members of tho yet from the number of teachers to be seen about the streets and in almost every part of the city it is estimated that there is more than twice that number of them in the Go to the Exposition building and one encounters a Every aisle is and in front of every exhibit is a crowd or admiring They are inspecting the work of each others schools and profiting by The convention met at nine oclock in Central Music The secretary read a communication from tho General John Logan of the Grand Army of the in after the ex pression of hearty greetings and saluta Tho Blair Educational bill is regarded by tlon8 to tho offlcer8 Of tho Grand Army AND THE death of exLieutenantGovernor of North occurred at Franklin on the at the age of for tynine OSCAK one of the convicted Chi cago was thirtyseven years old on the one of the best known German editors iu tha and for a quarter of a century editor of the Daven port JJer died in that city on the aged seventyfour HIOUAKD a well knowu breeder of thoroughbred horses and politician of dropped dead ou the 13th at tho Washington Park track Ho was nttyseven years AT the Prohibition State convention at Pas on the 14th a lull tickel was ol Plymouth being chosen for Gov platform declares for separate political action for dealing with the liquor traffic advocates more stringent amend ments of the present prohibitive law de mands a reduction of passeuger rates to iwo cents a mile approvesowomau suf uiul favors the establishment oi postal savings Supreme Keeper ol Rec TIIE record of the baseball clubs in tho National League for the week ended on lie 10th was as follows Detroit games 41 87 37 New 34 31 23 A SALOON at which had just been fitted up and was jlown up by dynamite on the AT twentysix leading clearinghouses In the United States during tho week ndeil on the 10th the exchanges aggre gated against the previous As with the corresponding week of the increase amounts to EXTENSIVE forest fires were raging on the 17th iu the lumbar regions of Pennsyl In the vicinity of WILLIAM ot and of in tho nine lighted their tires with kero sene oil on the and both were burned to and five women in Pittsburgh met death in the same WIIILK cleaning his nun on the 10th Henry of Crystal accidentally shot and killed his Ho was nearly crazy ovjr tho THE City of Mackinaw ran over near on the und wrecked a row boat in which were Christopher Nicolas and Jacob Rohler and Jacob Bach all of and all four were A CVCLOXE struck the town of Waupa on tho wrecking the opera tho Episcopal uaroofing two hotels and doing other THE Presidents special train met with au accident on tho 10th while the party was returning from Clayton to Alder One of the connecting rods wrecking the and the engineer was but the President and party escaped TUKEE workmen in the Bridgeport steel wonks at Chicago wcra fatally injured on the 10th by an explosion of molten THE Metropolitan storage warehouse in New York was destroyed by tiro 011 the ADVICES ol the 17th say that fully one hundred persons were injurisd in the cent horrible railroad accident at and the number of killed was placed at REPORTS received at the Signal Office in Washington on the IGth and 17th indicated that the days wore ones of unusual heat in all parts of the United States lyiug east of the Mississippi and south pf the the thermometer throughout tho entire region registering 90 degrees or The record in Chicago was 100 ia Milwaukee in Cincinnati in Louis iu Des Moiues in New York in Washington in Philadel phia in Indianapolis There were 75 deaths from sunstroke iu Chicago on the 10th and 13 in 4 18 in 14 in Philadel uud numerous case a in many othsr tho resolutions a fit measure to accom plish this and Congress is urged to speedily enact and the President of the United States to approve that it may become the law of the They provide for the ap pointment of a committee of three to pre sent tho resolutions to the appropriate committee of with tho reasons lor the repeated declarations of its faith in National aid to education in the South as a recognition of the coming era of National unity and perpetual of the University of contributed the first speech upon Tho Psychological and Pedagogical Value of the Modern Methods of Element ary Stearns spoke of The Socratic Method in The Philosophic and Scientific Ele ment was treated at some length by principal of the Normal school in His paper was subsequently discussed by of La editor of the Boston Journal of and of The paper written by of the Concord School of in the absence of that read by Rebecca The paper was an exhaustive treatise on the different methods of education in vogue in the Among the other sub jects treated of wero the following Art and Method of Questioning Adapted to Ordinary School Green Kansas Examinations as Tests for Promotion in Public Providence Methods of Con ducting Examinations in Ordinary School Work by the Class Aaron Denver Questions for Admission to the College and Higher of Vanderbilt Tho secretary then read an appoal from the Womans Christian Temparance asking tho convention to take some action on the temperance and social purity after whi adjournment was taken for Five hundred people attended the an nual meeting of the Department of Higher Education at Weber Masic Hall yesterday Homer of San read an address on The Place of Literature in the College He said that of the halfmillion of books in libraries not one in a hundred had any I value today as mental We are given too said tho to intellectual keenness and and in danger of excessive Col leges are not for the purpose of making chemists or but Wo want studies which affect the heart and kindle the In the discussion which followed Presi dent of Marietta de fended the of Chi said that literary instruction should begin with the The election of officers resulted as follows Cleveland VicePresi Miss Alice Wellesley Massachusetts Iowa State In the rooms of the Board of Education at the city hall there was a meeting of the different Papers wero read and discussed by John of Ohio John Buchan of and of At Central MusiG Hall there was a meeting of those interested in and the proceedings wero participated in by General of Rhode Island Fred eric of and Oliver West At the meeting of the Department of Secondary Education in the Methodist Church block interesting papers were read by of Lake and Miss Minnie of Cambridge Tho department of Normal schools as sembled in the city council About 100 men and women wero The chair was occupied by president of tho who opened the meeting with a short read an address and the members then held an informal Tho meeting of the department of ele mentary schools was held during the afternoon in Fatwell There was a largo attendance and great interest was taken in the The speakers Nathan and George Washing A score of prominent college presidents and professors met yesterday and appoint ed President Charles Blanchard and of Whoaton President of Northwest ern College at of the Northwestern of the Ohio State and of Westmin ster a committee to try to persuade the Western Traffic As sociation to carry students for half The Educational Influence and Results of the Ordinance of 1787 was the topic of the evening session at Central Musio Thomas in his said that the influence of the ordinance of 1787 is largely to be measured by tho ex tent to which the question of freedom and slavery affected the institutions of the Yesterday was the centennial anniver sary of the passage of the ordinance for the government of the and Runnings paper was followed by all of which treated of the remark able influence the passage of this law had upon the history of the of American Children the following res olutions was embodied That as the public school is estab lished chiefly In the Interest of National preser vation and its teachers should in all j their teachings emphasize and magnify what I ever tends to make our youth appreciate the privileges and intelligently discharge the duties j ot American citizenship that tho history of the i nation and tho principles of constitutional gov ernment and law should be taught in all public and that patriotism and obe dience to constitutional law should he diligently impressed upon the minds of all our The reading of the communication was received with loud and the resolu tion was referred to tho appropriate com A message from the Massachusetts Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to recommending the teachers to train children to habits of humanity and kindness toward dumb was enthu siastically indorsed by the President and The report of the Committee on the Nomination of Officers as Presi Aaron of Colorado as Secre James Kansas Treas Edwin Illinois First William Touching and appropriate references wore made by the Committee on Necrology to the decease of tho late Mark Hopkins and James president of Mich igan read a lengthy and inter esting paper on The Relation of the Uni College and Higher Technological Schools to the Public System of Instruc President Angell set forth in the abstract that we recognize as a fact thai the universities preceded and helped to build up the lower schools that the uni versities wore aided in reaching an ele vated position by the growing excel lence of the lower Some of the ways in which the universities may help the schools are by showing sym taking part in the conventions of teachers and school administrators by specially training teachers by having competent professors of pedagogy by making a special study of educationa methods a part of university and b encouraging tho schools to raise their grad of work as rapidly as The next contributor to the discussion was Presiden of Carleton who reac a paper upon The Christian in which he strongly advocated the resump tien of religious teaching in Isaac president o Emory spoke for nearly half an hour on the responsibility of th especially that of the in Ho recommended the estab lishment of bureaus of research into spec ial departments of learning and the distr bution of the results of such investigations of Iowa University took up the university side of the ques and went into a eulogistic discourse on the influence of the universities on the business and profes sional University graduates were specially fitted as citizens to grapple sustain and direct to best re sults a system of public and such work ought to be intrusted to Tho discussion was continued at consid erable length by president of the Wisconsin State Univer editor of the Ad of of and of Another crowd of sweltering teachers packed Furwell Hall in the afternoon to listen to an address by President of the kindergarten Hailman has the La Porte dis play at the In all the vast as semblage thero were only nineteen After Hailmans address Clara of read a paper on kindergarten Other department meetings held in the afternoon included those of Art Educa Industrial Superintend Normal Higher Music and Secondary In the Normal school session papers were read by Charlts De of and of the substance of Albees paper being however apt a scholar might he is unfit to teach until ho has had the ele ments of teaching instilled in him and hia confusion of knowledge so dissected and arranged as to enable him to present it in telligibly to those under his Manual Training section held its session at the Chicago Pres ident Ord way talked an Ho depre cated the Russian system that permitted a boy to only learn how to make a part of a It had been prac ticed in Boston three years and then thrown aside for the which per mits a boy to begin and complete tha object to be When a boy is taught only to make a joint he can take no en couragement in If he may make the whole article he sees what he is doing and it acts as a He hoped the States would push the trainingschools as a part of the public Last night Central Music Hall was well and the visitors listened attentively to papers on Reading Circles and by Chancellor of Chau tauqua Evening by Albert of and Public Li by Thomas of Rhode The Board of Directors of the National Elucatioual Association met yesterday and decided to hold the next convention at Sun THE BIQ NORMAL Small Change In CHIC July for small bills is daily made to the subtreasury here in amounts from five to ten times greater than can be Sometimes is asked for an a single though the average is about From to is paid on these de At present there are no silver certificates on and only or in The Congressional appro priation for printing silver certificates be came available July and the Govern ment presses are now striking sheets An assignment of these is expected here for distribution in a few Tho Shipments ot coin to the country in the movement pf wheat still continue the TeaoheM Adjourn to Meet In Synopsis tit the The July In tho Educational conventional Central Music Hall yester day morning the Committee on Resolu of which General Thomas Mor of Rhode was pre lented a long which was The In are as follows They regard the education of the youth of our land as of supreme affecting the prosperity and happiness of this An increased public interest n tho cause of education is as well as a higher professional spirit among tonchers and a multiplication of agencies to equip them for their Tho advancement and progress of work in our public schools is shown in the character of the educa tlonal exhibit in this Tho lines of growth along which our school system should develop IB outlined by recommending a more general of the philosophy of education an ex tension of strictly professional training in normal schools a more complete divorcement of school offices from politics greater care In the selection of superintendents and teachers tho extension into rural dis tricts of expert superintendence a more stable tenure of office the extension of the school year and Increase of teachers wages In tho rural districts the adoption of some plan to retire old and faith ful teachers honorably tho passage of laws where necessary to secure attendance at pub lic schools of all of school age deficient in tho rudiments of an English education tho Increase of public and closer relation between them ami tho schools tho fostering of the kindergarten and the application of its spirit to tho pri mary grades tho recognition of tho value of industrial art careful training of moral clrar actor Increased attention tb instruction In civics as a special preparation or the duties of and tho value of musical Instruc The National Bureau of Education is specially commended to Congress as an agency of increasing and worthy of more liberal Conviction of tho urgent necessity of temporary federal aid In educa ting tho illiterate masses of tho South is Interest Is expressed in the educa tion of tho and the liberal spirit sllown by congress in this direction commend To tho several State Legislatures the adop tion of laws is recommended requiring in public schools instruction In physiology and with special reference to tho Injurious effects of alcohol and narcot ics laws suppressing impure and laws forbidding the sole of tobacco to Thanks were tendered to ttie retiring presi the tho local the the citizens of and the local The President then introduced General Francis president of the Mas sachusetts Institute of of who delivered a lengthy address on manual In the afternoon the meetings of the dif ferent departments were and in the evening a fair audience was present at Central Music Hall to listen to a discus sion on What Can Be Done by Educators to Enlighten and Arouse the People and Excite Public Sentiment in Favor of Edu At the close of tho discussion the convention adjourned to meet next year in San THE CIITLDUEKS July The National Educa tional Exposition is one of the most re markable exhibits of school work over Not all tho speeches and lectures that have been pronounced dr lA the ses sion of the association clearly explain the difference botVTeen tthe old methods of teaching and tho the actual achievements of mpdern than this wonderful illustration of what training has done and is doing the school children of the present The main exhibition embraces school work from from and industrial from and from institu tions for the deaf and and and from reformatory There is also an art department and various annexes showing all kinds of iChool maps and school archi including plans and ele and other belongings of schools and Illinois has representatives fromtjwenty as well as the various public such as the Reform School at the Asylum for the and Institute for the Deaf and Dumb at Chicago is represented by sixtynine grammar three high one evening high and one manual training The Normal Uni versity of Cook County makes also a splen did Wisconsin makes the next finest Qeing represented by high and graded schools from eighteen and also from the school for the blind at Janes the school for the deaf and and several industrial Indiana is represented by schools from Lafayette and La Porte and by the Rose Polytechnic School at Terre Ohio has displays of general school work from Youngstovvn and and from the manual training school at Michigan has representatives from three counties and Iowa from Minnesota sends an exhibit from Colorado one the institution for the Feeble Minded at Golden Tennessee from the Young Ladies College at and Louisiana from the public schools of New fike it all together the kindergarten de partment is perhaps the most for tho reason that the work is that of children from four to seven years of i and shows the harmonious development all the various faculties of a One oor the most interesting displays in this depart ment is that of tbe kindergarten in the school for the blind at This last is a wonderful illustration of how this sort of which deals in dimension and may be taught children who have never seen the light of The work of the deaf and dumb children has also many features of great showing specimens of penandink sketches from charcoal stud ies from nature and the and oil studies from still life and the They also have a fine display of woodcarving and clay and in the industrial depart ment sboemuking and print The reform cctiool exhibit is mainly industrial and makes an excellent The various manual training schools make very ftmarkable His Voice Kent ore July voice of the Crown Prince Frederick William ia now and has almost resumed its norma The Prince yesterday visited the throat hospital in Golden He was keenly interested in tbe cases ob especially in that of an old man who had just been cured after having been afflicted with a growth similar to that upon the Princes throat A crowd of Germans gathered outside while the Prince was in the and upon his exit he was eu thusiastically Failed for July dealer iu small has assets Attempt tdt Kill July dispatch from by way of con V ys the intelligence that a baud of Rus sian who harbor a violent hatred oi overy thing pertaining to the Lutheran H made an unsuccessful attempt on J 10 to murdor the wife of Grand 1uke Nicholas is the sou of the Czars Con was res ling with bis wife at his fathers palace where the assault was The reason given uttampte I assassination ia that the Duchess has persistently refused to modi fy her marriage settlement of 1881 ouil which entitled her to remain a Lu   

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