As Grinell says, the principal is straightforward. You connect the cables from your speaker to one or the other of the positive and negative terminal pairs on the back of your speaker, just as if you had only one pair back there. You then connect the two positive terminals together and the two negative terminals together.
The best way to do that depends on which kind of terminals you have and their orientation. The jumpers between the upper and lower terminals can be a very short piece of bare speaker cable, just long enough to go from one bare wire hole to the other, a short length of cable with spades on each end, sized to make a short loop out to the side, a short length of cable with banana plugs on each end, sized to make a short loop from the back end of one terminal to another...and probably any number of other variations.
However you do it, the point is to get a solid connection between your amp and your speakers and between the bi-wire terminals without any possibly of something working loose and touching the other cable or terminal.
There's also the whole world of bi-wire cables to explore, since you've got that possibility. A search of the archives on that subject will give you more threads than you can ever possibly read.