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PuliliMhcrl Weehly, Volume I. v X1Y A. O. HUXXKLL, DANHVILLE, X. Y. Two CVul* pev Copy, TIII'R&IIAY, SEPTEMBER «, 1S«0, Number ii. W, I- I '• ' I\ .«!/•• HUM I 111 I |Hr ,l. ut|, J i- f, i. • I • . • >>••• t •! t '« <Mii1111 a 11 mi- for %Jrt (VlllN, IV .1 .• . ' ' * i • • i • |.< f ii mi', r \f ' i r tin- ul 'iYu » • . I ' ' ' • ' • I'TI !•! Ill •»!'/» WE ISSUE WEEKLY ONE THOUSAND COPIES ' >' I n# in. i .'. • , ' i,. il, i i,i *t i- ,., • . • . ' I ' t III f'.| l , n ,H4 .I: • I . lit'*« t<jr A'lvfrilKiii K TIII;I II4VK ARRIVED. 1 • 1 I - ' 1 ' .,...1 'Ml l< . « 1 Vl 1 1 '» .''») ;i \ HI 1 I • A I t;> J .I' l 1 mi ' • - l 1 - 1 '! , im 1 •. . I '• ' 1 - i . '1 1 mi •HI 1 ..• M • \ .'mi 1 .i\ i, Ml I Mi .' Vi • 'JI >t\ : \i 1 . • M ! 1 m ;. v, t ian.vr* ir./.VT/>'«. if * i i, K .' , ,,, - i • i • tv p. r » I r | ' . \.| I \ • , , | f •.' ' 'II. 'I K V <•' t-llll' . | ,• , | \ Iv <• • I .' | • •> . I-.-. .11 II, ' . 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IHI'I >-\«ir Ti111 nI• I«•* «nr\iiht' It hwl ' lini'h pm\ I \ iirru!iT.'i| h\ .Mr. I'iirl.\ llml the ('.i/uiiiUtc.' \f KMiiiiiiiiitl.'ii -lmiit'I n1».» r.-p'-rl tli.' |>r.' <lliiLf> fi't llii' |ii'.i«. I.ut it* .Mr. Kuril} un.l Mr -Mnlichl IIMM- th.-iit{lit pr'.j.'i't\ 't. |. II->• l<- un.l \i(fiii'r.'ii«l\\ IM I. in•• ihi- pi'iti-'ii \I\ tl.\ ttnrk t'> in.', y.'iir-.'lf uii'l n ii 'l. r- nr. wl< ••lite t>i Ns lint 1 huvo t'» >.u> on tli>' mutter. Tlir SCIKI.II '. met In n tiriivu north of tli** •>l.| .M>'tli.\li ''t Cluireh. There were pri-ent tliltli \ \t ti n ' iti/.'ll - nf the t'oNIl lllnl (j'.lllO fi-fiji inlj-'iiiim; t .iwn- . There art- ei^httli-- trivt- in th> t\\\ II, <-ix of which were rrpp.- -i-ateil . their leather^ weft' us foll .'W-: — I)i -t. N<i. 1. Mi— S.jtiire-; No. 2, .Mi- Tut- t-u ; N\. Mi— (Jraham : No: ». Mi-.-Dur- fec ; No. o , al.-cnt ; No (i, absent: No. 7, Mi- Knit; No. 8. Mi-s Keihle. The M-honl* were examineil in the forenoon by their rc- -pecti \e teachers, in order of their numbers, and in the following branches which .seemed to be about the u-iinl rans^e of study in the .-ihools. Heading, -pellin^, Kn^li-h Uram- ifiar, L'riman and tuhata-ed (tcn ^raphy, l'rimary. Intellectual and Slate Arithmetic. The excrei .-o as a w hole v/«Ti' {jt.otl , and nni.-t have been in a greater or less decree, .-ati-faetory to Hie r.-pc. tive patrons of the dill\ rent >chools. .Man\ things were even prai «ew orthy , wJiile other- were equally wor­ thy of critti i -m. Leavine; those thiii\;/that were well done as having already received their ju-t meed nf parise from those present 'lit the time, we pass to a few criticiMtis. ls>t. Readinn;.—-The rev itatioiw in this branch were iml a- £.'.>d on an average as tho-e in Arithmetic or (ie.iTraphy. Physi­ cal training antl deportment in ela-s and on the-tae;e -eeined to have been ton much neg­ lected,. Mime holding the book in the right hand and Mime in the left, some holding it hi both hands, while in other instanced two or three read from the Mime book, Again some were seen standing on nne font, while the other made .-undry exeurMmis in thu /adjoin­ ing neighborhood. Other* could scarcely be said to have ptood at all, leaning for the time on \their next neighbor. There were some gotul clacses speaking so us to be di.-tinetly heard by oVery one in the large audience. Others read loo fa*l for distinct artieulalion, while ii few were faulty in ]iTouuticiuti <>n.— To correct these faulty habits of scholars re­ quires steady and pcrM .-tent effort on the part of the teacher. Tii have a good class in rending we regard it as ah-oliitely neco -ury that each scholar should have a book. The book should be held in the, left hand. The. pupil hliould stand llrmly on both feet with the body in an erect portion, rpon the whole wc think that the cehool in Dist. No. 1, .taught by Miss Squires gave the be«t exercise in reading. Und. Arithmetic—The method of con­ ducting eht»sc,s in Intellectual Aiithineti. wa- the Mime in all of the schools present niel all nf the 11».M'i. in thin Tiriuieh did well We noticed however MWI O faulty nnulyilt 1' qui .tloiiK \liuihir to the following* If 1 hii\li.'l nf wheat fust !) dollar\ what will btf.heU ct >»t 1' Tim que.tloii win K.IVWI II» f.il- nw>: If I bilidicl of wheat co«>t M ]d\Hn''». H biich.'U will I'o.t .'I time* 8-.JM dollare The nif.\\er If ei.|'.reot, but the iiliiily»lr in faulty and •li.nihl read : If one hu*liel .«f Mh.'iil i \»t a dolliir*, 8 biifltelf* will t'Ou'f 8 tluii\< a .InlhirH—'J! ilnlhiN. Heveriil lil'tiiH' e.\< nf thl« kind punned before ...ur notice In which we regard the ifiudc-r m more t>. blame than the «e)iool\. The method of in- t(MU'tJ.>n adopted by the teacher', ill tcaehiiui Ihi- branch we regard u« the correct one, and the . \'i n l-es u- a whole were praWeworthy , «o much so that It were hard to nay who did the bet. Hut few que'tioii.s were a*ked lu v what is ti-uiilly termed Slate Arithmetic : and of th\-e presenting a class exercise in this department we think Miss Durfee >•>- cell.d. » I', (iramimir.—There \vti« inucli divcrt-ijy in the recitation-' in grammar, some pursuing one method and some another. AVe think all present must have given Miss Keihlc the praise of pre=cnting the best method for con­ ducting a ela«s in this branch of studv, and from experience we can recommend the plan of recitation presented by her to every teach­ er of tlm young. It certainly must have commended itself to fill present. From the entire absence of any exercise* in Composition and Declamation dur.in'g the* examination, wc think we have good reason lo conclude that these important items i n th- education of our you tli sire altogether U>>. much in-gleeted. Either the teachers them­ selves are not qnalilled to instruct in these branches, or el.-e they do not realize thcif- importance and thereby fail to discharge some of the most responsible duties resting upon them as teachers ofour common school.* AVe would not forget thq ladies of Sjiartu who were there entire, with tables splendid­ ly decorated and overloaded with every deli­ cacy the season eould afford. There wa- plenty al-o of the substantial—of the staft' of life—good bread, broiled chicken, A:c. Lorn; live the Spartan ladies. In the afternoon the time was spent in lis­ tening to >hort speeches from gentlemen pres­ ent, but as wo have already trespassed large­ ly upon \ our space, we pass ^these withoiu comment. The mu.-ic was furnished by a band Ib'r- merly known as the- ConcsXis Center-Bra^ Band, now known as Erwin's Cornet Band. They have a line wugon, with name inscri­ bed, and hold themselves-in rendinee* for all such occasions. \Hank Erwin v was thero in perron, a.i usual, with his—old but-^old coat, and new shoes. In behalf of the Committee. 1 am yours; &c. 4'i D: II. -KOGERy. IgL, A hungry iimn docs right well to cut the egg ; for he mighlqUtrve before it got to be a pullet

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