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BROWNYILLE, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1S8.
J. M'KENZIE, EDITOR.
In connection with the Normal School,
the young men have formed or organized
Literary Society called the Philoma
ihean Society. We give the minutes of
our last meeting, that the old student:
who read the Advertiser and Journal
may know how we are getting along.
The Fhilomathean Society met in the
Chapel at 7 o'clock n m. Called to order
by the President. After singing a piece
entitled "Boat Song" by the "Quartet
Club," the minuts of the previous meet
ing were read and approved
Reports of standing Committees wert
then called lor. Committee on Literary
exercises reported as follows :
The Exercises of each evening during
the term shall be
1st. For May 29th a short address by
the President Music and Debate
Question for discussion, Resolved that
no person ever performed any act from
nurelv disinterested motives. Leading
Affirmative, Hesrt Roberts.
Negative, W. E Dobbikctow.
Critic's report by Z. Hayden.
2d. Exercises for the evening of
June the 5th: Select Reading, Dec
lamation, Music, Debate, Critic's Re
Exercises for Friday exiling
June 12th: Music by the ' Quartet
Club' Prayer, Music. Address by the
Rer. I. T. Baird of Brownville: Music.
4th. Exercises for June 19th: Public
Debate. Question not yet selected.
5th. June26ih: Short address by
Erof. J. M. McKenzie; Debaie.
6ih. For June 3d : Select Reading
and short address on national questions
by the members. This will be the last
regular meeting of the term. Other
committees reported and their reports
were adopted. After debate under the
head of miscellaneous business, Judge-O.
B. Hewett of Brownville was unanimous
ly elf cted an honorary member of the
Fhilomathean Society, and a vote of
thanks was tendered him for his able
and instructive address at the close of
the last term.
On motion the ladies were invited to
attend the meeting of the Society.
On motion the Society, was instructed
to turmsa a copy of the minutes of this
meeting to the Advertiser and Journal
. P. M. MARTIN,. Pres.
F. M. Williams, Sec
We extract the following from the
Report of the Supt. of Public Instruction,
of Iowa, for 1665, & 1567 '
The Report says.
system of common schools, requires that
they should be supplied with teachers
thoroughly verssd-in principles andprac
tico cf their profession.
Insiiiuies do not aim so high.
Owing to the limited period for which
they are held, it is impossible for them to
give that thorough comprehensive idea of
the principles cf Education, and especia
lly that practical "training in the art of
teaching which insure the greatest success
in the daily work of tho school room.
Common schools and Colleges neither
profess nor attempt to furnish the sup
ply. It is the: appropriate work of the
"Normal and Training school."
'The term normal, signifying a rule,
law, or standard was first employed in
France to designate institutions designed
for the Special eduration of teachers.
By a Normal School is meant an instit
ution in which young men and young
women are instructed in the principles
and science of education, and in methods
of teaching and governing Chil dren and
youth ; and in which they ar6 trained
in the application cf those principles and
the practice of those raethods'under iL
"These are usually connected with
model schools, or schools for practice, in
whose instruction the pupil-teachers take
part, with a view to their becoming pract
ically familiar with the duties cf the
"The best Echools cf this kind have
separate schools for observation and
practice. Normal Schools aim to do for
the young teacher what the military ac
ademy does for the army officer, what
the medical school does for the physician,
and what the agricultural college does
for the scientific farmer.
"It has a thorough course cf study, in
which iustruction is given by experienced
teachers, with a view to impart, not only
a knowledge of the branches themselves,
but also a knowledge of the best methods
of teaching them."
The first school specially intended
for the professional education of teachers
was instituted at Rheims, in 16S1, by
the Abbe de La Salle.
In 1697,Franke established at Halle
a teachers class in connection with his
Orphan School, and m 1704, a teachers
Seminary; hich in a few years became
celebrated, end from which improved
-oas cl instruction, government, and
1 organization were disseminated
"tout Europe. The first regular
emmary in Prussia was
tablished in Pomerantia in 1735 : and
the second in 174S at Berlin by Hecker,
a pupil of Franke. But so rapid was
thft unread of these institutions tnat in
1SG3, the different states of Europe
contained two hundred and sixty four
Normal Schools, of which fifty-one were
in Prassia., and nioiy eeven in France;
nearly ali o these were established dur
ing the present century, France instut
ing her first one in 1S0S.
Normal Schools were first suggested
in this country daring the last century,
but the suggestion was not carried into
effect until 1S39, when Massachusetts
significantly established the first one at
Lexington, where sixty-three years be
fore, was fought the first battle of the
The number has gradually increased
until now nintecn States contain -thirty
one Normal Schools supported by the
State, and almost yearly additions are
bein? made to the number. All but
three of the Nonhen States have made
provision for thenv
Those States that have regular Nor
mal Schools established are : Massachu
Sitis, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine,
Vermont. New York, New Jersey, Penn
sylvania, Maryland, West Virginia,
Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin,
Minesota-, California, Kansas, Nebraska,
"The idea prevails to a certain exient
that a State should make no special pro
vision for the education of teachers
and such urcvision has been denounced
as class, legislation.
"Let teachers take care of them
selves," is the, cry "and provide for
iheir own special education, as do law
yers, clergymen, and other classes."
"History is said to be philosophy teach
ing by example. It is the theory of our
form of government to give the largest
scope to individual enterprise ; and this
"But it is the testimony of all history,
that the education of the masses of the
people has been most thoroughly ac
complished, when education has been
fostered and conducted by the govern
ment. In no other country of the world
have the people so universally received
the benefits of elementary and higher
education, as in Prussia. 'It has-been
the boast of the Prussian army that it
contained not a single man unable to
read and write. But in that kingdom
teachers are educated, appointed, and
dismissed, if need be, by the goverment.
'Educational is a national institution.
and teachers are officers of the govern
"The paramount importance of educa
tion to a state as a biale, as well as its
individual members, is the chief reason
by the euabhshment and maintenance
of schools, and the special training of
teachers, cannot be left to individual
- WW .
llne otner learned proiessions are
commonly supposed to be more remuner
ative than teaching, and give greater
promise of promotion and distinction;
hence many of the ambitious are attracted
But the State needs its best minds tcJ
be educators of its people, and to engage
them in that department it must present
adequate inducements. . The
public sentiment is in favor of Normal
It is therefore earnestly recommended
that there b.e immediately established a
Normal p.nd Training School under the
auspices of the State,"
Sup't Pub. In'st, Iowa.
Mr. McKinzie Dear Sir: I be
lieve you are still the teacher at the
State Normal School in Peru, and I
wish you would give me a little informa
tion upon ihe following points :
I am poor, and as you know am alcne
in life ; that is I now have no husband
to consult with me, so I write you. 1
want to give my two boys an education,
as I shall have but very little else to
give them ; but customs are se different
now, and schools are so different from
what they were when I was a girl, that
I have no idea when my boys ought to be
fit to go to the Normal School. When
they are, I want to rent a house at Peru
so I can send them ta the State school, as
I am hardly able to send them to a pay
school. When I went to school you know
we used to read the Eoglish Reader and
Testament, write in a copy-book made of
foolscap paper, cipher some and say a
geography lesson every day, and we used
to take our books home of a night to
study so as not to miss and get down in
the class. But now-s-days most of the
time they say is spent in singing songs,
swinging their feet backward and for
ward and sidewise, and in flapping their
hands to and fro, and up and down, and
in playing with marbles. When my
two boys come home of a night, they
first clean out all the eatables in the
cupboard, and then they go into the road
and get two or three of the neighbors
boys with them, and they play marbles so
long as they can see, and they are so
devoted to their lesson that I can not get
a stick of wood cut, nor a basket of chips
brought in, unless I do it myself, which
I am willing to do provided they are
This morning at breakfast I called
James up, whose pockets were filled with
marbles, and asked where he got all the
marbles he had. "Oh," said he, "I
wund cm , off . the boys." They are
shooting their marbles at small stones in
the street on the road to and from school,
and the first thing in the morning, and
the last thing at night is marbls, or swing
ing their hands and feet, cr singing some
school song, so I think if they arnt 'now'
they soca will be forwarded enough in
their studies to go to the State School. !
Now I want you to- write me a letter
by next mail, and let me know your
opinion upon this subject, James has
wun forty-three marbles this summer,
and can flap and sing very well. By an
swering this letter yoa will confer a
great favor on me and tne children.
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ADDRESS TO THE NERVOUS AND DEE1LITAT
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Harness, Skirting, ind all kinds
Saddler's Leatlier an ITardwarc.
SADDLES, BRID. KS, ftC,
Agents for Disstons Circula Saws, and
tfo.5 South Third Street, between Felix & Edmond
ST. JOSEPH , MO. 45Iy.
W00LW0KTH & COLT,
) ii rjx jT t
4KD DKALBR3 IN
And Printers Stock,
No 12 Second Street, St, Joseph, Mo.
Cash Paid for liars.
CURXS1DE, CEOWTJIER & ROGEKS
1 W T n w -W ran -v - i
Jt. Joseph, Bio.
PTEAH IJUGIHES HADE
U AXD U REPAIRED 111
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
MILL WORKS OF ALL KINDS
ilade to order on short notice and satisfactory to
allparties. Also agents for fiARDShR & ROBERT-
au 'OIJiriiUVl!.U rAlt.M UUV.Ii.Uli.-44-ly
"mo. S. Lemon. Isaac T. IIosea.
LEMON, HOSE A & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
NO. 5 FOUETH S
St Joseph, Mo.
A Large Stock always on hand.
Comer 6th find St. Charles St3.
. Also Dealer In
Lime, Cement, iiair
Ac. Ac, Ac.Ae. 45-Iy-rn;nn
cs, Klackberriei, Cherries a
f-fK- 4-12 'J'J - '' cc :'"c' ' ' '
Hi M fi M
u v y rd y ii
1 Qr A i
and Plow Woodworks.
th r r -- wrt
and Rasps, Chains, Carriage and Tire n i v
Saws, etc. etc. " 01 5
Sugar Kittles Andirons, st . , - .
and Sad Irons.
C? WARE., $C$
NO. 7 Fourth Ttreet.
. St JOSEPH, LIO. 4
ft. T. Undeehill a. jr. ,AIM
No 2. City Rnlldinj
. LOUIS, MO.
Second National Biak, St Louis
Allen, Copp & NUbet, St. Louis.
Brrnch State Eank of Iowa. Dasaqu.
Johnstone & Bacon, Backers, Ft. Ifadiion, Ij.
Isaac Scarritt St Co,. Ar.on, I1L
Blair &. Atwood. Altea, KL
S CO i
ASHES, LEES WAX, EEASS,
EGGS, FLOUR AM) MEAL,
DRIED & GREEN FRUITS,
FURS A5D 153,
GRAIN, WOOL, POULTRY",
FEATHEES. HEMP, K
OILS. TALLOW, TOBACCO,
SORGHUM MOLASSE?; &
HXeneral Lomnlsslon ill ercfiauti
142, 1 14 & 44G, Washington Si
NEW YOEK CITY,
And receire hit weekly Price Currant
of Produce and Groceries the moil
complete Price Current pablish
ed in the United Statei.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRE7'
Marking riatei and Cardt rsrDiiaJ
Liberal Adraneei made ca Ccnsisf-
Eatablished, tlay Ist.lSeO.
First class Reference given vTien reqwr
TO THE LADIES.
Foil OXE DOLLAR O.I-T.
WE are selling Silit, Shawl, Dry an d JJ
Qootii of everj description,, ' .
Ware. Furniture. Cc. YalaahU Prtienti,
to $5(10, sent frev of charge to agenti sending
of ten and upwards.
Circulars sent free to any adJreii.
WYETII A CO.
(Successor to Messenger A Co.,)
42 Hanover St., Boston,
TTTAH'TED. Teacher i. Student t, ana
VV tntalUftent Men and Women, la a b,aei?.rj.r
log to per raonm, a.
For particulars adJreas ZS1GLZH,
Lombard Block, Chicago, III.
JOodairacKers, Uing?r onaps. ana
I. ana ar'r?,n.i
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