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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - January 23, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaA souk. C0� always be rights but right or wrong,.our count rte Quot vol. 48,Carlisle, pa., thursday january 23, 1862. No. 33. American Volunteer. A publish cd every thursday. Jook Man by John is. Bratton. Terms., \ Dollar and fifty cents paid in Nova no two dollars if paid within the year a and two dollars and fifty conts if not paid within the year. These terms will to rigidly nah Rod to in ovary instance Jno until Ull arrearage Aro paid unless at tho option of tho a editor. ,. A a. A a a a accompanied by tie Casio and not Ono Square will to Insor Tod Throo times for Ono Dollar and Twenty five cents for cab additional insertion. Those of a greater length in proportion. A a Job Pui hex Ian such Ash and Bills posting Bills pamphlets Blackb Labolt a. <fcc., Ono Eutch with a Duraey and at tho shortest notice. A a the soldiers Mother. By tho Low West window dreaming with the lingering sunlight gleaming softly on her saintly brow Aloi a Tor to Ltd a in Ille folks. Five in the pea Slidell. Five peas sat in a pea shall. They a were Green and tho. Shell was Green. Therefore they thought tho whole world was Green in which opinion they Wero about right. Tho Shell grow and tho peas grew could accommodate themselves very Well to their narrow House and sat very happily together All Livo in a Row tho Sun shone outside and warmed the Shell. The rain made it so Clear that you could see through Quot it. It was very warm and pleasant in there Clear by Day and dark by night just is it should he. The five peas grow very fast and. Became More intelligent the older they. Were. A a a shall i always be compelled to sit Here a said Ono to the rest. I Ain afraid that i shall get hard from sitting constantly. I do believe strange things Aro going on outside of our Shell As Well As in weeks passed on and the peas become yellow and the Shell yellow tool a a All the world is yellow a a said they. And we cannot Blamo them under the circumstances for the exclamation. Ono Day to licit House was struck As if by lightning. They were torn off by somebody so a Highland legend. Once upon a time in Burr Glen Oil a wild Winter night a Farmer and Iii family and sex Yants Wero comfortably seated around a peat fire when the wind was howling Torrillo around the House and tho Drifting Snow was cup ssh is up tho doorways. The Farmer knew that his son and servant maid were much attached to each other but lie could not consent to their marriage. While they wore All sitting around the Liro on that Winter night to thought of a plan by which tho servant a maid might to got rid of so lie said that if before the next Day she would bring hint a Skull that was in Saddell Church Sho should have his son Lor a husband. The girls. Love was so Strong for the Young Man that Slid joyfully agreed to tho proposition although it was quite seven Miles to Saddell a and tho Road there to Lay Over the Bio Mui tii ire. She know tho Road Well and All its dangers and difficulties even by Daylight which would now he immensely increased by the darkness of the night tho fierce wind and the driving Snow and tho Slippery Rooks and swollen torrents. But she did not shrink from danger and at once made ready and went on her. Way. The Farmer took care that she wont alone and that his Sou did net follow bar. Institute. Proceedings of the eighth annual meeting of the Cumberland Coung teachers Institute Hochl at literary malt Xci Ville. The eighth Annii Del meeting of the Cumberland county teachers Institute was hold in big Spring literary Vilall Novillo Dee. 24-, 25,2 3, and 27, 1861. About one Hundred teachers and Many directors and other friends of education Wero in attendance from Cumberland and adjoining counties. The citizens of Newville and Vicinity Whoso love for the cause of education is widely known attended in Largo numbers. The. Following is a you consid report of the order of proceedings tuesday Tornino session. Al Lio Institute was called to order by tho president trios. A. Mckinney at 10 of clock a. M., Doe. 24. On motion a committee of three consisting of messes. Mifflin Swartz and Bolle Nhem or was appointed to report officers of the Institute for the ensuing year. Tho time of opening tie sessions of the Institute was fixed at 9 a. A and at 11.and of p. Adjourned. Quot a. Afternoon session. A Bov. A. Clark editor Ofilio school visitor a Iulo some highly appropriate remarks on tho subject. Spelling Long columns of difficult words in spelling books creates false tones in the Pupil teachers should teach ideas spelling and rending should go together should cultivate tho voice by using lung pupils should thoroughly comprehend the Reading lesson. Or. O Hail causes pupils to report familiar words in order to preserve a proper Tono of voice in Reading. Or. teacher and Pupil must understand and feel tile emotions of. Tho author. A. _ or. Palm first aim to make Good mechanical Reid Lara and afterwards teach tho South quient. A ,. Or. Shaffer offered a Resolution to appropriate fifty dollars out of tho Treasury of the association towards tho Purchase Quot of. Tho a a teachers gun of Pennsylvania a to to fire sen cd to tho United. Stites the a re Solus in was discussed by messes. Sec for Mifflin Shelly Shriver Soll Ensor Gor Mek Nucy Stouffer lieu and inasmuch As the Constitution of tho association prohibits tho appropriating of Money for any hut educational purposes the Resolution was lost. Adjourned.,. A tho president agreed with tin sentiments of tho report. ,. Or. Mifflin boys and girls should study in tho same room and associate on the playgrounds. Or. So lion by a Gore favored co a Ilu cation but would prefer that boys and girls play sprately. A a a a a a the subject was further discussed by messes. Loyord g. Matthews Shriver Palm Cloudy and Swartz neither of whom considered it improper for girls Aid boys to associate in their recreations. A mrs. G. Swartz and miss l. Kenyon approved of tho sentiments report and thought tho teacher should frequently oin in. The amusements of the pupils adjourned. Evening session. President in tho chair Statuto club. Music by tho in miss Lydo c. Fleming read a Well written logical essay ,�?� showing the great importance of paying much attention to the subject on the part of teachers and parents and beautifully exhibiting the Superior merits which conversation with the Wise possesses Over All other Means of gaining Krowl cd go. Rev. A. Clark delivered an Elon Nunt. And the subject of county Normal schools was discussed. Or. Leidig ably argued the Utility of Normal schools and the propriety of supporting one in Cumberland county. Much experience or Normal school instruction is no Cussary to Muko Good teachers. Though the condition of our country is unsettled yet the immortal minds of tho rising generation should receive . A tho Utility of tho measure was further advocated by messes. Solle Thorger Mifflin Claudy and Mccandlish. Orthography was discussed by messes. Loyer Bricker g. Matthews Schrivnor Henderson Avi Kersham and Mifflin. Valuable suggestion s Wero made on the Man dior of teaching Thia important subject. Adjourned. Evening session. President in the chair. Music by the put Pila of Novillo schools. Prof. Ayin Kersham of Millersville Normal school addressed a very Largo audience on the a common errors of teaching a in an Able Maimer. Space does not allow Notow of the Many valuable suggestions contained India address which elicited Trio App Lailson of the audience. The thanks of tho Institute were Given to prof. Avi Kersham. Mi�?.____-.1.1�?____i_.i�?z-T__Ila to and thirst Tjie loved lips marching or Diuris Shu Sihabo Twilight yet with rapid fingers knitting a a. In the a Cicitt Arm chair sitting. A al using of her Soldier in her thoughts of Sorro a it Yvo Iida ring if upon the Morrow. She can lava tho Blue socks done. Thinking standing. \. As she saw them on tho a tiding thinking How they sternly Drill thenis Back and Forth the Needles going. From tho socks. God Only know aug if or hot his foot shall fill them. But a sound her Quick car greeting her Frigli tend heart to boating Quot with a troubled throb and Surgo. For Sho hears tho Church Holls tolling and tho solemn muffled rolling of slow music Liko a Dirge. A Hec is. She not tho stitches falling As with eager accents culling some one passing by tho door a her wild masking and a. Whom this Mournful Dirge is for but she strives her grief to smother Quot a is it meet a soldiers Mother thus should yield to sorrow vain. Arc there not a Hundred others. Stricken desolated mothers. their Bravo a pcs slain for their country still arc bleeding soldiers Bravo who will be needing. Warm socks for their valiant cd Etc feb which user before tho traitors Quot a Biko the let of some bold a ruled beat a cowardly other Days Hugo waned to Twilight. Sineo the eve when such sad Henrt Bli Glit came Down of that la Ijuin �no., Yut tho , a. Aith her. Aged lingers knitting. Quot a Reauis so still itt set of Hun. A. On her brow it Shadow resting a it a. And tho Sunset glory a resting a like a Crown the Silver hair a Quot r Back and Forth tho lie Edles going a. A such by Inch tho growing a. And the tears her eyes of Orl lowing. Aro with silent . A. Could Rizou see As Sec tho Angels ,. These Munib socks like Sycel Ovid gels a a would a Quot we Ndu Rouk. Tule unfold $. A a very stitch would Tell its Story a. And scum would Wear a glory fairer than rely or i Gold. A. Wasted tip Alono Quot in the dark Aud Sile it night a. With the heavy thought of a vanished year Ashen evil deeds come Buck to sight a. A and Good cheer alone with tho spectres of tho past. That Omo with tho old years dying chime there blooms one1 Shadow a Lark and vast the Shadow of wasted time tho chances of Awny tho opportunities never sought tho Good resolves Day. Have a lied in tho ii Popenoe of thought the slow Advance and tho backward step in tho rugged a path we have striven to climb How they Furrow the brow and Pule the lip when we talk with wasted Tiquio. What Are to now ? what had to been had to hoarded time is Trio misers Gold striving our mod to win. A a. Through thu Summers Hent sind tho Winter cold shrinking from nought that Trio world could do fearing nought but the touch of Erimo Labouring struggling All seasons through Aud knowing us wasted Timo ? a who shall rec Mirtho vanished years. Who shall bold Back this ebbing tide. That leaves us re Moi so and shame and tears a and washes away All things beside Khoshal Livo us the strength , to leave fun Rover this Holiday Rimo a to shake Olf this sloth from boart Aud brow Aud Battlo with wasted time ? tho years that pass come not again tho things that Dio no life renew a a but open from tho rust of his hankering Chain a Golden truth is glimmering through that to him who Learry from errors past and turns away with strength Sublime and makes oath year outdo tho last there is to Wust a Timo. A. A Good joke there is a quaint humor attached to somebody connected with the Rochester express that Breaks out in spots occasionally in that Sheet As witness the following a a gentleman Whoso name to suppress for a obvious reasons a while Quot returning Homo with the family purchases on saturday evening stopped into an Oyster Saloon on main Street to refresh himself with a Stow. While thus engaged a Friend who had followed him in abstracted from his groceries a package containing a Pound of ground co Foo and having emptied it refilled the Piiper , and restored it to its original place. The mistake was not discovered until the following morning when the wife of the injured Man. Prepared his breakfast. Labouring under the misapprehension that the grocer had swindled. Him the husband returned the sawdust in tho morning and indignantly demanded and finally received its equivalent in old Java. The , who is notoriously subject to fits of absent kindness Doc Larod most solemnly that it was unintentional and that really it Wash Little tho worst mistake he Ever committed what condors the transact Tione till Moro perplexing is that a for tho life or him he can t Romo Mhor where he got tho sawdust 1�?� had already been nearly filled with pens. A a now there is going to to an Oil of us a Lioy sighed to one another mid began to pre psf themselves for their Ciango a but if we live i would like to hear from the one who goes the. Farthest.�?�. \ a it will so ii to Over with us All a smallest. But Trio largest Ono replied a let come what will l am Roudy Knack 1 the Shell burst,.and All five peas rolled omit in the Bright Sunshine. Soon they Lay in a Little boys hand Llo. Held them fast and said they would be excellent Lor his Little gun. Almost immediately Lioy were rolling Down Trio barrel of his shot gun. Oat again they went into tho wide world. A now i Iii flying out into the world Quot catch to if you can 1�?� so said our and he was very soon out of sight. Tho second one said i am going to Fly up into the Sun. That is a charming Shell,.and would to just about Largo enough for and off to flow. A a a wherever we go to Are going to bed a said two. Others. And to lion hit tho Root of a great Stone House and rolled Down on. The ground. ,. A a i Ain going to Mako tho Best of in 7 lot a said the last one. And it up but against the Balcony window of in ild House Aud caught there in a Little tuft of Moss. ,-.the Indus closed up and there Lay the pea. Everybody seemed to forget that Little pea but not so. God remembered it Well. A a i shall Mako the bests of. My lot a it so id As it Lay. There a poor woman lived in the Ruom Hack of the Balcony window. She had a Good Strong body but she was a very poor widow and Alvo Prospect was Tiit she would always b o one. In that Little room lived her half grown delicate daughter. A a Siulc , lying there Anil it seemed As if Slid could neither Livo a a Shi off to see her Lifilie sister a sighed he another. A Iliad two dear children and it was a difficult task for. Nip to take care of them both. But the lord made a i Coin Promise by taking one of them to live with him. Now i would like to keep this Ono with me hut it appears As if god wants them both with him. Suon Sho. Will go ind see her sister 1�?�a. But the sick girl still lived and Lav patiently ii her sick bed while her Mother worked with her hands for their daily arid by Spring time came Oil. One morning when the laborious Mother was going about her work the Friendly Sun Liono through the Little window and All along Trio roof. The sick girl looked Down at the Bottom of the window and saw something grow ing. A. A. A a what kind of a Weed is that a she said. A a it is going to grow against our window. Seo 1 the wind is shaking it a a and Trio Mother came to the window and opened it a Little. A just Seel she Orcla Iii Eil. A that Isa a Midor pea via now shooting out its Green leaves. How the Little a review Suun Fri will have a Garden 1�?�. Then tho 6ick girl s bed was moved closer to the window so that she could see tho Little Olibri Biog pea. Then her Mother went to her work again. Quot a a Mother i really shall got Well again a said the daughter one evening to her Rii Rither. A tho Sun has Boon shining into the window so kindly to Day and the pc Vine is growing so fast that i believe a shall soon to Able to go out in tho Bright a a i would to. God it would to so a said the Mother. But she did not believe it could come to Sho stuck Down a Little stick for the pea Vino to run on and tied a string around it to keep tho. A a Iii from blowing it every Day it grow higher and larger. A a now it is beginning to Blosson Trie Bravo girl went Over Trio Hill and Gleri battling with the Snow storm and tracking her path with tho greatest difficulty. She passed safely Over to tho South Sido of bion my Muir pm and at Midnight reached Saddell Church. Its doors were open burst opera Purba is by the violence of the wind.,. She knew where the Skull was kept and she groped toward it in tho dark. As she did so Shu heard a Agi eat and Peculiar noise Modo Upas seemed of. Loud moans. Oliero was a tramping of Light feet Over the pavement and she Hoard forms Rush past her then a moments silence succeeded by muru mysterious moans and sounds. Terrified but not disheartened the Bravo girl kept her purpose steadily in View and the Skull seized it Aud made fur the Church door. A Trio trumping of feet and moans continued arid Trio. For Iii pursued her. Grasped the Skull she gained tho door and shut it. so Sho heard a Rush against it. Blit she. Turned and fled. By a Daylight she had regained her lovers Home and half dead with fatigue in ,.placed the Skull in the claimed the fulfilment of Liis Promise. Tho former was taken Aback by see , Ini Vin Bojied that he would perish amid and wilds lie would riot believe that she had really been to Saddell and taken Hoskuld Frurip i the so he at once set out for sad Doil with Sonaio of his Moil expecting Quot to be Ablo to disprove the ii los tale by finding tho Skull in its place in Ilia Church. When to got there and had opened Trio Church dour Lioy found within the building a not Trio Skull hut. A number of wild doer wild haying found Trio , Luid a Oug it shelter from the Vio Lonco of the storm. The girl had told him the sounds Sho had Hoard within the . Here was the cause and much Asho wished it otherwise yet it Ytis Fin Trif Tri disbelieve Fier Tai i Oliero was nothing for him to do but to yield with the Best Grace lie might. Quot he gave his. Consent my Teli and to make Assurance doubly sure Trio Lover took his Brave girl to Saddell Church next Day where she replaced the Skull in its position and they were married Oil hand. And As sume of flip Deer that had. A frightened her had been cooked they fed a Hearty wedding and plenty of Good Venison at Trio feast that had followed a Cuthburt Bede. Atone Kinney a Tiff Cliitis. A a tho commit tie Oil Oilie ers reported tho following president Rev. I Baker Newville Vico presidents Thomas a. Mckinney j. B. Davidson and a a Mckee recording Secretary . Schrivnor corresponding Secretary Jos. Mifflin treasurer a. Swartz. The report was adopted and committee discharged. Trio minutes of the last annual meeting Wero Road arid adopted. A. A. Geography was introduced by j. Soil offer who briefly alluded to its importance among the brunches of study Litsos outline maps and. Globes wit ii Trio common text tho subject teaches the simple to Early combines history with geography. Or. Club Dye uses outline maps for reviewing and to impress localities upon the minds of tho Lea nors. Or. Sollom Iberger from outline maps alone to Ciumo impart suitable knowledge local and descriptive geography should be taught together. , historical and local events in study or. Moe Yaino recommended of outline maps for the younger pupils the common text books and of Lino i tips for the Moro advanced pupils.1 requires pupils to draw limps Llcy should study the. Lessons thu roughly not Only to rei Siembor Trio lesson but to develop the mind ,. Or Lambert we should commence with familiar localities Rind objects Rise maps of Trio township and county in we Ipoh we Livo and thus impress a Trio or Iowla Edgo of geographical definitions Jjon the minds of pupils to advanced each to a different lesson. a a or. M of Albi county had witnessed Verj Good Ros dts. From the practice of map. Drawing in schools. Pupils should commence tho study. Wry a description of the the opium shops of Java. Nth a a it Cuiyu War has affected st. Louis like a of thousands of inhabitants in a at cd by within a year an immense a a houses and stores Are vacant and ?nd0ptfi0vernmant contracts is beginning to Blossom Quot said the Irither Ono Day. As she went up to the window. A a i am beginning to think my dear daughter will got Well Sho had noticed that she Ltd been getting Moro cheerful and Strougo oblate. that the pea Vino blossomed Sho raised her up in bed and leaned her against a chair the next week she was Able for Trio first time for Many Many months to get out of bed Aud take a Lew stops. Tiow Happy she was As Sho sat in Trio Bright Sunshine and looked at Thor Riding pea Vine. The window was opon and tho morning Breeze Emo skipping tho girl Learod hot head out of the window and kissed her Vine. That Day was a Happy Holiday to her. A a the Good father in heaven a my dear child a a has planted that Little flowering pea there for you and also to bring Hopo and Joy to my so spoke the Mother Aud truly too. What spirituous liquors arc for Tilo euro Pean opium is in Java for Trio Muhamm Dun and chinaman. A european of Trio lower classes May sit in his taproom and Dobaso himself by his Sottis Ness but lie does it with an uproarious merriment which would Mako one think he was really Happy spite of the headaches and Quot delirium Kremens he May know Are in store fur him. But in an opium hell All is still As the grave. A murky lamp spreads a flickering Light through the Lowr roofed suffocating room in which Are placed bae bae or rough wooden tables covered with coarse matting and divided into compartments by moans of Bamboo Reed Wuhu cutting. Trio Piunt smokers men and women lost to every souse of modesty throw themselves languidly of tho. Matting and their head supported by a Greasy Cushion prepare to indulge in their Darling vice. A Small burning lamp is plan cd on the table go As to to easily reached by All Trio degraded wretches who seek forgetfulness or Elysium in tho Fuiz of of opium. A pipe of Bamboo Recd with a Hull at Ono end contain the opium is generally made to do service for two smokers. A Poco of opium about Trio size of a pea costs a Day s wages but it is sufficient to Lull by its fumes the senses of Trio smoker. These fumes they inhale deliberately retaining them in tho Mouth As Long As they Ean and then allowing Thorn gradually to exhale through their nostrils. After two or three inhalations however., the opium is consumed and the pipe Falls from tho hand of its victim. At now what became of tho Othor peas ? the one which flew out into tho Wido world and said As he Pri Sod a a catch me if you can a foil in tho Gutter beside tho Street and was swallowed by a Dove. The two which wont off together fared no better for they were both devoured by tho hungry Pigeon. The fourth pea which went off toward tho Sun did no to got half Way there but foil in a water spout and Lay there for weeks growing larger All the time. Quot. A a i am getting so Oor Aulont 1�?� it said one Day. A i shall soon burst i am afraid and that will certainly be the last of and tho of Homney who afterwards wrote his epitaph told me a few Days ago that to did burst. So that was the last of him. But tho sick girl stood one Day with Bright eyes and red Cheeks at her Mothorp a Little window and folding her hands Over tho Beautiful pea Vine thanked her heavenly father for his Good a i am proud of my Vine a said the widow. And so said All tho. World. First the smokers talk to each Othor in a whisper scarcely audible hut they soon become still As tho their Dull sunken Oyes gradually become Bright and sparkling their hollow Cheeks seem to Assino a healthy roundness a gleam of satisfaction nay of be stave Lightens up their countenances its Thov revel in imagination in those sensual delights which Are to constitute their Mohani Modan Paradise. Enervated languid emaciated As Lioy Are in fact they seem and feel for tho Timo regenerated and though they he there tho shameless and impressive slaves of sensuality and lust their sonics Are evidently steeped in Bliss. Aroused however from their dreams and delusions tho Potency of tho Charm exhausted driven front their a a hello by its proprietors Seo Thorn next morning walking with faltering step eyes Dull As Lead and books hollow of coffins to their work. A a Tiriris i to. Be Well prepared makes use of outline maps. A or of Hail outline . Common text bunks should be used together. A a Lino upon Lino and Precept upon proc pts necessary. Chanting is sometimes Iii auxiliary in enabling pupils to remember names 1. A la rof. Swartz Many things Aro Best understood and remembered whorl their relation to and connection with other subjects Are in pressed upon the mind Muesli historical and Othor inform ration can unsuccessfully Imp arted to the geography. Adjourned. A. Evening session. The president Rev. Ii Bilker in the chair. Music vocal and. Instrumental by tho Institute club. Prof. Linin gave an Able and interesting verbal report on rhetoric its Ini Peri Antio As a study is greatly underrated it is As important an Aid Iri grammar As logic is in mathematics instead of relating Only to style it controls the import Quot of speech to should Diazo text Hooks on tiie subject unencumbered with other matter. A written arithmetic introduced by or. Mel Wairta pupils Aro not exorcised enough in tho fundamental rules especially addition teachers should apply every principle Learned to Somo familiar Coso in practice lie illustrated his remarks by suitable examples. Sir. our text Hooks of the subject Aro mostly Quito imperfect Many things belonging to the subject Aro omitted and geometry and algebra introduced instead. Lioy Are not systematic rules need not to Ropo ated verbatim a principles should be understood. Different demonstrations Are necessary for. Different pupils. Fractions should immediately succeed division. Prof. Linn there is much fault in Many of our text books. In Urkow a arithmetic issus Sci Nutick in arrange Orient. I. Meel Wajna to should rely Moro upon ourselves and less upon text books. Prof Swartz More depends upon the judgment of the teacher Tillin upon tho arrangement of tho Book tho definitions of arithmetic should he thoroughly his usual skill in analysis Anil clearness or ii in a Lia la a my a a f Aftel noon session. ,. Or. Moi Coo in the cd Nair. Music by the Institute club. A a a. Elass of male Rind Foumalo teachers was formed and drilled in Reading by. Rev. A. Clark. Hog Avo Many valuable directions and suggestions on proper frill breathing proper positions of tho voice Anil example of to in teacher. The class arid audience highly a appreciated the exercises and remarks. A. Or. G. S. Emig read a highly appropriate and Able report on military tactics a Lolly spirit of patriotism pervading it. It should be introduced into Orit Public schools. Military. Training Dovel pcs. Tho physical Powers of the pupils and prepares tho defence of Otic tomes and country. A a it it parts Lite and vigor to. The school room. Did any person imagine a few years ago that to Day we would to engaged Iri. A Gigantic struggle for our safety ? no nation is Safe without a military education let us learn from the. Past and present. Our Reading Boi iks should contains Moro lessons of patriotism and Liberty. Rev. A Clarks eloquently advocated the Noe Cassity of introducing military training in to our schools Bee also it gives us physical training which we must have Anil prepares us to def rid the noblest government on Earth. Trio of resident and messes. Shelly Sollon Borger of Hail and others further advocated tho Seu timeouts of the report. A. Evening in. The chair. Singing by or. Sollenberger a. Pupils of the Newy Illo High school. A. N Quot ,. Prof. Donlinger addressed a very Largo audience of common schools. Common school education and Cornmon school ter Lehors. Ilis Lulu Russ was Replete with practical instruction ably setting Foth tho Superior Merit tue ride my Iii school system Oyer with Crris Toms of education. a or Shelly delivered an a address on the a a co operation of parents a in his usual Able and energetic manner. Without it to enu a a Limey versus Tafuni a a silo Wizig tho Quot 1 Beauty of Trio latter Rind its Supori stress Lin Power and Beauty Ortity Quot Over tho former. A the subject of a vocal music was introduced by i a. Mifflin who spoke briefly of its Viup Prtini icons a Branch of school education and of the growing taste manifested for it by. Teachers and pupils. A. Prof. Limit May acquire Zionts Aro of us Only Iri this life but music is carried Lioy Ond tho Gravo. Its ennobling and refining qualities Dunn Rit to valued in time. Lit the Sanctuary a hero tho purest sacrifice Only is acc ble Trio most indifferent Nitsic is frequently offered. 1 this should not be so. A forcibly adv Eatch of. Having tho taste for i Risie. Cultivar item extensively. In Germany Iii Sio is a regular Branch of is not Only a religious arid social Benefit but a physical a Asp Ciso of great use. As it is the Principio employment in heaven it. Should receive much attention of Earth.1. 1 Quot. Or. exercise of tho school room conducts More to the cultivation of the voice Iri articulation and modulation than singing it makes hotter ror Milors acid speakers. So dial teachers should to employed to teach it in Pur schools. It should to taught Early All can learn to sing. Sherod music should Tako tho Placo of secular in our schools it is easier and practice. Or. A. Matthews a tho general introduction of singing and prayer in Wiir schools would have a salutary Oil out upon Pup ils and parents. A a a a. Or. Sollenberger testified to tho of music in schools. should be used in primary singing classes. Or. Kasty it aids much in preserving proper order in schools i angry Man does not sing or Chi Solo. A o Ean Teoh singing without teaching much of the rudiments of music should Uso snored and Sci tar music in our schools f. A a i Quot a a tho a stir Jizot was fut Lior did cd s sad by Sholly Mekinney and others. Adjuar Roii. Uidal loaning session. Energetic manner not succeed. If the traeber were persian a it by located to would inspire More Confidence by Trio president. The Toucher Mist deserve Trio Confidence of Poluh. A. A the in a i Tea of Trio proceeding Institute Motr irid was opened with air nor 11 a music by Trio Institute tho parents lie must visit Trio pare its and associate with them lie will thus find out Muesli of Home training which will Groat Benefit to him. For. A st Ari siting schools is not the Only method of manifesting co operation. The Puoplo exhibit the True spirit of to opera Tori by making Liberal in ended men directors. Prof. He linger re a offences must needs difficulties Are sometimes boat overcome by silence lot tho teacher perform Liis whole duty mid sooner or Lator the parents will find it out and Reward him. Dr., in Uyesu if competent directors arc elected,.who attend to their duty promptly parental visiting in not no Etc Stafy. Or. A. Mathews Puying the teachers Well is the Best manner of manifesting co operation parents will not neglect what they Well for. Trio subject was Fin t or discussed by Ali pro Sido it and messes. Cast Schrivnor Cloudy Lerun and others. Adjourned vanity of i look upon tho tombs of thereat every emotion of Onvy Dies within to when i read Trio epitaphs of tho Beautiful every inor Delnato desire goes out when i meet tho grief of parents on a Tomb Stone my heart molts with compassion when i see tho tombs of parents themselves i consider the vanity of grieving for those whom to must quickly follow when i Soo Kings lying by those who do Posod them when i see Kings lying by those who deposed Thorn Whon 1 consider rival wits placed Sido by Side or tho holy men that divided Trio world with their onto its. I rof loot with sorrow and astonishment of the Little competitions factions and debates of Mankind when i Road. Tho dates of tho tombs of some that died but Yos Torday and some six Hundred years ago i consider that Groat Day Whon we shall at be cad Woll the Pupil tho subject Tobe read. Tho a Good roader and touch by of Samplo. Too much attention cannot to Given to this sub a a a a. Us. Jet. Tho manner in which tho report Waar and make our appearance to read exhibited tho oath author to dior. In the subject. Of demonstration lie illustrated tho rules of cube Root and progression on tho blackboard. Music of tho Melodean by prof., adjourn god. A wednesday Horning session. Prayer by the president. Music by the Institute club. The minutes of tho. Preceding Day Wero Road and adopted. Elocution being in order or. J. Leidig in an eloquent Mannor Road an Ablo and interesting report in the subject. Tho faculty of Spoo Cli being Trio highest in Man should he sedulously cultivated. How sadly it is no Gloc Tod. Tho Power of eloquence is mighty portraying tho emotions of the soul it infuses its spirit into others creating a Universal sympathy of feeling and thus converting the mind and of specially in a free government who to Arguin ont and reason Are the arbiters where the Puoplo Are the expo unders of the Law should it receive much attention. Or. Leidig Road a suitable so lotion in a truly olo quent manner. Or. Claudy ably adv Atod tho importance of paying Early attention to thie subject. Or Lamborti pupils should to formed into conversational parties As then then they practice natural oratory. Reading was introduced by or. G. A. I lodges who read Anable reported tho sub it abounded with Many useful a id thursday Horning session. Institute Mot and was opened with prayer by tho president. Musio by the Institute club. Minutes of tho preceding Day read a corrected and adopted. Natural . Linn Thorois no subject a knowledge of which is of More general interest thaut Lii tho teacher should encourage pupils to dose observe Trio changes Iri matter and their causes should encourage the natural desire of children to find out things philosophy is a subject which children Ean understand Early though text books should riot be used till later years. He pro coded to give some interesting arid instructive illustrations of tho subject with the philosophical apparatus of Trio county Normal school. Rev. A. Clark then formed and drilled a Elass in Reading and phonetics. Teachers should frequently allow Pupil to select the Reading less ii should encourage criticism and thus induce watchfulness the. Reader must be imbued with the spirit of tho author a though to forget All else let him not forget Liis. To concluded by repeating soveral selections in a Stylo that command id the Adi Hira Tion of All present. Adjourned. Afternoon session president in the chair. Singing by or. Lodi go a or Ipili of Novillo. The pupils of tho Novillo schools being nearly All present were addressed by Rev. A. Clark in an entertain a and instructive manner. Iio based his remarks on several mottoes Viz a tho listening ear the silent Tongue the watchful Eye tho helping hand and the faithful heart a strongly impressing on tho mind3 of his hearers the Beautiful life and conduct which will to Silt from a proper Obs Orzanco of these mottoes. Lie argued tho. U Day Wero Road and adopted. ,.the Quot president appointed messes. Kiriu Crimmi Hiigli and j. Ii. Zinn n committee on resolutions and messes. Mifflin Sollon Gergor j. Ii. Zinn d. Miller and a. Matthews the the ensuing Erir. Or. Miflin tho subject of Grain Mere the simple parts can to taught at an Early ago. Tho teacher has much to modify Anil Correct in most of the text Hooks on the subject. Endeavours to touch principle rather Ulianna maps. Or. Sci River pupils should to Mado to know and fuel Eliut the object of Laminar is to Teacle Trio Uso of Correct language in All they Eay in. School and out of it. Should criticise each other in their recitations Aud conversation. Or. Loyord teach Trio simple parts of grammar to the younger pupils without a text Book. To gave interesting explanation of Ilis method of teaching tho different parts of speech using tho Black Board for illustration. Sonto eloquent and appropriate remarks on the duties Aua responsibilities of teachers. Prof. Mado some valuable remarks on tho Utility Aud Noble influence of Normal schools.1. Tho Tom us of the Institute were tendered to Rev ii. Baker president of the Institute for the impartial manner in which Lio performed his duties. A. A a on motion tho Exoe Tiyo committee of the Institute consisting of tho secretaries and treasurer was authorized to fix upon tho place for holding Trio next annual meeting. The directors of Novillo presented an. In vital Iii to hold the next annual meeting of tho Institute at that place. T a. The following resolutions Wero adopted resolved that this Institute to rider its thanks to tho officers of the Cumberland Valley Railroad coup any for their generosity arid Courtesy As i manifested in charging Trio visitors to this Institute hut half Faro on their Road. ,. A. A a. Resolved that Trio Institute has full Honfi dense in tho ability and integrity of a Riposo of Joseph Miflin county superintendent and is Over ready to encourage his efforts in behalf of Trio interests of common schools. Resolved that tho the Iriks of this Institute Are duo to prof., Denlinger of Ahito Vilall Academy for tho Ablo interesting and practical address delivered by him before this Institute. Resolved that our thanks Are due tot the citizens of Novillo fur1 their cordial co operation with a in tho cause of education. Adjourned. A . A Cyniver Secretary. A a pertinent question. Somo fifth on years ago come Christmas a few fast boys hired horses livery Sta Ojan the town of g. And determined to have a Good time generally. One horses never re Riovo Rud from the effects of Tiv drive and the livery Ritari sued the rider for the Valuo of him. Tho Lawyor of the plaintiff was an sex judge. To was a Good lawyer but a fond of his toddy who was trying to Provo by one of the witnesses that All Leando were drunk Nind Cenimo Ucci by asking him a a a hero did you Stop first after leaving Uio livery stable a a at Mike n _ a did you Tako a Horn Thoro a u tiny. Judge.�?�. A �?o-yes.�?�. A. A a a Horo did you Stop not a at tho gardens.�?T. A a did you take a Horn thereva a a y�?Tes.�?�. A a a hero did you Stop next a. A a at tho four Milo Quot. A a did you Tako a Horn there a. By this time tho witness began to smell a rat. A a a Lorn in said lie a i want to know what the h�?1 a Horn Lias to do with this Case i suppose a Peariso you Are a dry King kind of a fellow yourself you think that everybody else is drunk.�?�. You ought to Havo Hoard tho explosion that Shook the Eourt-roora., tho of judge did not ask tho witness any More question s. Strength of tiie us tho subject was further discussed by messes. Linn g. Matthews Rind others. Adjourned. I of tho Tiger is prodigious. Afternoon session. A a a a president in tho chair. Tho committee on resolutions. Ropo toil tho following which were adopted unanimously a a whereas tho custom of the Institute requires at the adjournment of each regular meeting sumo general expression of sentiment Anil whereas tho circumstances under which Trio present meeting Luis convened Uro fraught wit i deep and Peculiar interest therefore. Resolved Tunit the members of this Institute recognized in their preservation from All evil during tho past year tho hand of a Beneficent Providence. Resolved that the Institute is worthy our most Earnest efforts for its welfare Ami perpetuity. ,. A resolved that the cordial thanks of tho Institute Are due to Rev. Alexander Clark editor of tho school visitor for Trio Zost and which his presence and Ubalo efforts Lent to the present meeting and that we cordially recommend tho exit Slont Little journal of which he is tho editor As Worth strength a a. A a by a single cuff of ins great Forona to will break tho Skull of an of As easily As you or i could smash a Gooseberry and then taking his prey by the neck will straighten his Muscles and March off at. Trot wit i Only tho Hoof and Tail of the animal trailing on the ground. A eminent traveler relates that a Buffalo belonging Toa peasant in India having got help. Lessly fixed in a swamp its owner went to seek assist Roe of his neighbors to drag it opt a Hilo to was gone however a Tiger visited Trio spot Aud unceremoniously slew and Drew the Buffalo out of tho mire and had just got it comfortably Over his shoulders preparatory to trotting Homo who a the herds Elio Buff a a thousand pounds Hud its Skull fractured Aud its body nearly copied of blood. A. .-p.i.vu1j a Lluu Usu Man Anahis friends Eppro Ashod. Thalo Wolf a olt Woi Glied More than a the an Coke for the season for recut naive comply its being now upon us tho following Reni to will prove invaluable to both citizens and soldiers. The tho support of parents children and touch i. A r a i i a. A a 11 1 a a a a it i Riter Hae found it a infallible cure. The following proportions must he observed yellow Wax 14 lbs. Rosin 2 lbs Burgundy pitch 3 lbs. Waii Pilior 2 ounces Oil of spearmint t ounce finely sifted Spanish drown and dragons blood sufficient to color. Melt the above articles together and. Stir in the ool resolved that to heartily Welcome to All our moorings our venerable Friend sex Guve nor Ritner and that thu a Ulualo Aid which his counsels Aud Active efforts have afforded to the cause of educating Are worthy our most grateful . Resolved that the study and practice of i Oring matter till Cool apply tho Plu Storto the music in our schools would to highly by Neil part affected. Tho above Quantity Quot is of dial in a social Quot mental and physical As Woll j course sufficient for a Largo number of oases As a moral Point of View and that Thor Eforo this Institute most earnestly Reeoma mods that this Brunch of Art and science he at Oneo introduced into the schools throughout thee our importance of using system and order in All acquirer its and thus make our knowledge available All at Timos us we Ean Only Call on own that knowledge which is always at baud ready to to imparted to others. A Rev. Ii. 51. Crider read a elaborate re port on a a co education of tho flexes a abounding with Many Able arg Mouts conclusively showing that training and educating tho sox Jeet. It abounded Withim Riny useful a id i of together is tho True Rind natural order and practical ideas. Reading is tho key to All plainly exhibiting tho Absurdity of Suonh Lomg Othor knowledge. Tho Best manner of aus tho Many advantages on Trio Sido of to Duea ing pupils to mind the pauses is to Liao Thorn Tion for tho Sako of the few pro Babio adv a look off the Hoek at Eneli pause. In Ordor to tubes secured through sep Urato schools for boys and girls Rev. A. Clark eloquently advocated tho san Timons of tho report. 5ir. Sholly it goods no further argument to prove that boys and girls Ghoul do educated Togo ber but Thoy should Havo separate play grounds. To Aud further to it recommended that Trio directors of our county employ a sufficient Nuin Bor of Gomp Tont teachers exclusive business it shall to to tone this divine Art and science in every school throughout tho county to tho end that while to Are educating tho Bond Aud tho Hoart to May Nusu attune tho voices of our children to sin Quot Trio song of Moses Aud tho Lamb with tho the de ipod in heaven. Resolved that in View of the distressing condition of our country it becomes tho vouchers of glorious old Cumberland to express their sentiments of patriotism and to Manifest their loyalty to the Constitution and tho Union by aiding in tho Purchase of a Eoannou to to presented to our government the noblest and Best on Earth. On motion the treasurer was authorized to out of the funds in his hands All the exp atm of hol Diu Trio Institute. A a to. 1 a a w a Washington Republican. By 111 Connecticut they find it use for almost everything. An old lady in that state is collecting All the daily newspapers she can Lay her hands on to Mako soap of. She says a a a Thoy Aro a Dos put sight Heitur than ashes Thoy Are As Good is Clear in is anybody waiting on youve said a polite dry goods Lork to a girl from the country. A Yea sir a said the blushing Damsel a a that a my Feller outside. To come in.�?�. K7&Quot married life often begins with Rose Wood Anil ends with Pine. Think of that my dear before you furnish Yorior Parlours. _ of Many men Livo miserably and meanly just to die Magnifico Nutly and Rich. A a now then where Are you driving to a As the Nail said to tho Han mpr

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