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CUIC1UO tOliSLT ., t hlca. III.
Beautify Your School-Rooms.
Teadiers, have ytui ilono itiivti'itrr
toward boriirlifyiiiej your scliool-vooins?
If you Iiuvh not, Jo in it jicrinit anollit'r
week to jmss without tiding suiiiflli'm
in this direction. Time and money ex
pended in this way will pay you a great
er dividend t linn any other investment
that you van make. Uy dninji so, you
will not only render your si'liuul-rnoiiH
attractive and home-like, hut you will
hnve accomplished a work tli.it will as
sist you very much in the government,
of your pupils. It will not only tlntliH,
but it will promote the inlerc-t of your
schools in every respect. It will causo
the patrons of your schools to have a
higher regard for you. and they will
take a deeper interest and work harder
for the success of your school-; than they
otherwise would have done. If you de
sire your pupils to attend promptly ami
always he on time, make your school
rooms more pleasant and :ittr:i live than
their homes; then you will accomplish
your desire, and not until then.
No wonder so many children almost
hate the school-room. I low could they
do otherwise, w hen they are compelled
to sit all day in a room whose w;ills are
as black and dirty as :i ham? Teach
ers, decorate your walls ith beautiful
pictures and appropriate mottoes, and
you will be amply paid for your trou
ble. If you do not think you are able
yourself, ask your pupils to assist you;
you will find many anxious lo do what,
they can. If you secure I heir help in
tuis work, instead of trying lo tear
down their school-house." they will he
interested in its hcaiitiiicatiou, and do
all in their power to make it beautiful.
Hy decorating your school-rooms with
beautiful works of art ami appropriate
mottoes, you will not only render it
pleasant and captivating, but you will
cultivate the taste of y our pupils and
pivethein a higher conception of the
bentitiful than they otherwise would
Teachers, after you haw made every
thing arounll you pleasant ami fa -filiating,
do not forget yourselves. If there
is uny person in the world that should
look neat, surely it is the teacher. lie
should never enter the school-room
without first, making himself as neat
and becoming as cireuin .-taiiees will
jicrtnit. When you arise in tin- morn
ing do not forget to put on your smiies,
wear them to the school-room, and keep
them on all day. Io not lake them oil"
as soon ns you get in sight o the school
house, carry them the remainder of the
way in your pocket, and then put them
in your desk and lock them up for fear
borne of your pupils w ill get one!
Notwithstanding the inconsistency of
such actions, yet il does seem that there
are some such" teachers, or at leit tj.y
style themselves as such. Shame on
such a teacher! Heautify yourselves
with kind words ami lovingsmilcs. Aim
always to have the most genial counte
nance in school. If your I tcc,, 'ire beau
tiful in that way, then y our pupils will
not be hateful, and their faces w ill be
lit up with cheering smiles, for us the
teacher is, so is the scholar.
Forty thousand dollars1 worth
spruce chewing gum is gathered
amine every year. 1 lie dear, pure
lumps are worth VI a pound. In tbo
large mill cities of Massachusetts tho
jrirli consume cnormou-. nuaiiiiiies, one
ucaivr eiung i. n uun m a year.
m , .
My on, you ask who or w hat a no
body is. Well, my dear young man, a
nobody is a prominent woman's bus
Whitlows are among the most painful
ailments to which we are liable. Most
of tho BulYering, however, could bo
avoided if they wero properly treated
and attended to at once. There are three
kinds of whitlows.
The least troublesome is an inflamma
tion of the skin on soino part of the lin
ger, generally duo to an animal poison
absorbed in some slight Bcnitch or abra
sion. Cooks ami poultry-dealers are
specially subject to it, from tho hand
ling of "high" game. There is not
much swelling, but tho Inflammation
tends to spread up tho finger and tho
hand. It is readily checked by apply
ing to it, anda little beyond the redden
ed part, a pretty strong solution of
nitrate of silver.
Tho second kind of whitlow usually
appears about the nail, or the tip of tho
linger, and is duo to some slight, per
haps unnoticed, injury. 1'us forms
rapidly under the skin, and thero is a
severe, throbbing pain. This can be at
once and easily relieved by opening tho
skin above it. If as is sometimes tho
case- it is under the nail, tho pus may
be reached and let out by carefully cut
ting away the edge of the nail; or, if it
is near the roots, by paring down the
nail with a sharp knife.
The third kind -generally called a
felon is an inflammation and suppura
tion beneath the membranee (perios
teum) that covers the bone. It is usually
on the last, spongy joint of the linger.
If left to itself, the pus will work to tho
surface. Hut the process is very slow
and very painful, and results in destroy
ing the terminal hone. Treating if with
"soap and sugar" and poultices is
worst; than useless. Have a physician
open it to the bone tho earlier the bet
ter, both in relieving the pain ami sav
ing the joint.
A Police Officer in Paris.
Chief of I'oliee Mc(!ai rigle, of Chi
cago, now in Paris, writes as follows to
Mayor Carter Harrison: "I shall avoid
giving you a description of our sight
seeing, of the dilliculticsof the language.
They say 'we' when they mean 'yes,'
and toot sweet for 'presently, ' and har
ry koverr for 'string beans,' and come
ben for 'how much? and then the cab
drivers are always trying to run over
people, nor is there ever policemen to
assist ladies or any one else across the
streets and boulevards, no matter how
crowded or dangerous they may be.
"The police are good shaped fellows,
with a tolerable uniform and a heavy
bayonet-sword hanging over the left
hip. What are the precise duties of
these ollieers I have not yet found out.
They don't seem to be doing anything
except walking about in couples.
"I wrote last week to the Prefect of
Police inclosing a letter of introduction
from the French Consul at Chicago, re
iiiesiing him to inform tuo when I
might do myself the pleasure of calling
upon him. I'p to this date he has not
had the politeness to answer my re
quest. Yesterday, however, I called at
the American Legation and Minister
Morton, who received me most kindly,
will Use the influence of Ida position to
put me in the way to learn something
of the Paris police system."
The following is a description of one
Utah town, but it is said it will apply to
many of them: "Everything is Mormon.
The biggest shop is the co-operative
sto'-e; the biggest place of worship the
Tabernacle; the biggest man the Presi
dent of tho Stake. Everybody that
meets 'Jtrothers or 'Sisters each other
in the streets, and after nightfall the
only man abroad is the police force,
who as a rule retires early himself, as
the neighbors complain that his pacing
the sidewalks disturbs their rest. Even
the. dogs are too well regulated to go
about howling at moons."
There has been a fair average catch
of seals on Neah bay and tiuilleute,
Washington territory, this season, but,
owing-tothe advance in cost of catch
ing, and decline in value in foreign
markets, the season's business on the
whole has been unprofitable.
Tacta in Human Life.
There are three thousand sixty-four
languages in the world, and its inhabit
ants profess more than one thousand
religions. The number of men is about
eipial to the number of women. The
average of life is about thirty-three
years. One quarter die previous to the
age of seventeen. To every one thou
sand persons only one reaches one hun
dred years of Jife; to every one hundred
only six reach the age of sixty-live, and
not more than one in live hundred lives
to eighty years of age. There are on
the earth one billion inhabitants; of
these thirty-three million, thirty-three
thousand thirty-three die every year,
ninety-one thousand eight hundred ami
I wenty-four every day, three thousand
seven hundred ami thirty every hour,
and sixty every minute or one every
second. The married are longer liveil
than the single, and above all those
who observe a sober and industrious
conduct. Tall men live, longer than
short tines. Women have more chances
of lift! in their favor previous to fifty
years of age than men have, but fewer
afterwards. The number of marriages
is in the proportion of seventy-live to
every one thousand individuals.
Marriages are mote freiiietit after
eipiiiioxes-that is, during the months
of .June and Pcccinbcr. J'ho-e born in
tin spring are generally of a more robust
constitution than others. I'irths are more
freipient by night than by day, idso
deaths. The number of men capable of
bearing arms is calculated at one-fourth
of the population.
A lady whose husband was the cham
pion snorer of the community in which
they resided, conlided to a female friend
the following painful intelligence: "My
life has not been one of unalloyed de
light. 1 have had the measles, the
chicken-pox, the cholera, the typhoid
fever and inflammatory rheumatism,
but I never knew what real misfortune
was until 1 married a burglar alarm."
II I ' BII
While off on a long spree, an Iowa
reprobate used the name of a good dea
con on the registers of the hotels at
which he put up. ami the deacon was
put to great trouble by the scandal
About the highest-priced professional
men of the day are tho so-calld fash
THK DAILY OAIKO . BULLK'HN':
M,.,lil DiKCoverv" is not onlv
VIU1UIU V,w " ' " - -
a sovereign remedy for consumption, but
also for consumptive night-sweats,' bron
chitis, coughs, influenza, ("pitting ot blood,
weuk lungs, siroriness oi uream, ie, -tired
affections of the throat and chest. Ny
' Hunting Turkeys in (feorgia.
The hoys on Wallan'sCrcek, Georgia,
have adopted a novel wny to catch wild
gobblers. When they tako it into their
heads to make a raid' on this monstrous
wild bird, they simply provide them
selves with fleet horses and a pack of
dogs as their only implements of war
fare. Thus eouippeu they hio away to
the wootls, and when they find their
game they simply put spurs on their
liorses and proceed to clmso as though
it were a fox instead of a turkey. A fat
gobbler, it is said, cannot fly a great
tlistance, ami when Jin pitches, if on tho
ground, ho takes to his heels till ho is
so closely pursued by the dogs that he
is compe'lled to resort again to his wings
for safety. Thus the chase Is kept up
continuously until tho gobbler becomes
ooinplctely "fagged out and rnu neither
run nor fly. w hen, of course, he has to
succumb to his pursuers.
The special correspondent of the New
York It'orW writes from Salt Lake,
whence he was sent to picture the pleas
ures ami conveniences of polygamy,
that a Mormon friend enumerated at bis
request the following anomalies that bo
knew of in recent polygamous mar
riages: "A young ami very pretty girl in 'the
upper ten' of Mormonisin, married a
voting man of her own class, but stipu
lated before marriage that he should
marry a second wife us soon as he could
afford to do so. Against his will she
has now kept him to his promise.
"A young couple were engaged, but
iiiarreled, and the lover out of pique
married another lady. Two years later
his first love, having refused other offers
in the meantime, married him as his
"A man having married a second
wife to please himself, married a third
to please his lirt.
"A couple about to be married made
an agreement between themselves that
the husband's second wifeshould be one
of the relatives of the first wife. The
lady who was selected refused, ami the
husband remained true to his promise
for ten years. At the end of this time
his first wife voluntarily chose another
mate for him.
"The belle of the settlement, a gentile,
refused monogamist offers of marriage,
and married a Mormon who had two
"A girl, distracted between her love
for her suitor and her love for her
mother, compromised in her affections
by stipulating that ho should marry
both her mother and herself, which he
"A girl, a gentile, bitterly oddosp''
first to ppb M-.v. "uiiieii h polygainist
i ine solicitation of bis first wife, her
"Two girls were good friends, and
one of them, getting engaged to a man
by no means of prepossessing appear
ance, persuaded her friend to get en
gaged to him too, nnd ho married them
both on tho same day."
The announcement is now made that
the Brooklyn bridge will not be open for
traffic till .luly 4. 1HS.1
Woman's True Friend.
A frieud in need is a friend indeed. This
none can deny, especially when assistance
is rendered when cue is sorely alllicted
with disease, more particularly those com
plaints and weakness so common to our
female population. Every woman Bhould
know that Electric Bitters are woman's true
friend, and will positively restore her to
health, even when all other remedies fail.
A single tral always proves our assertion.
They are pleasant to the taste, and only cost
fifty cents a bottle. Sold by Geo. E.
"How do you manage," said a lady to
her friend, "to appear so happy all tho
time?" "I' always have Parker's Ginger
Tonic handy, " was tho reply," and thuB
keep myself and family in good health.
When I am well I always feel good natured.
See othir column. " '
An Eniire. Success.
It has been proved by the most reliable
testimony that Thomas' Eclectrrc Oil is an
entire success in curing the most inveterate
cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, lame hack,
ami wounds of every description.
Paul G. Schuh Ag;nt.
It is simply marvelous how otiickly con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and ague, and malaria, are cured by "bel
ler's Liver Pills."
The invalid finds in "Dr. Lindsey's Blood
Searcher" nature's creot restorer. It is
wonderful. Hold by all druggists.
A Grinning Death's Head
is scarcely more abhorrent to a refined ob
server, than a row of disclored teeth made
visible by a smile. Correct the hideous
blemish with delightful and healthlul Bozo
dont, w hich whitens yellow teeth, imparts
ruddiness nnd hardness lo colorless, un
healthy gums, nnd a floral balminess to the
breath. The feminine mouth becomes
wondrously attractive iir consequence of its
use. Leading actresses and cautatrices re
gard it as incomparable.
The Grand Central Hotel. (107 Hrosdwav
New York city, is one of the fluest, if not
tho finest, hotel in New York city. Kecently
thoroughly reuovuted and refurnished
throughout, excellently well kept, and
charces exceedinelv moderate. 200 llonnm
on European plan at $1.00 and upwards
pertlay, nlso a gooil restaurant attached.
Nearly a Miracle.
E. Asenith Hall, Binghamtoii, N.T.,
writes: 1 Biitlered for several months with
a dull pain thrtwgh left lung and sliotil.
rierfl.' I lost mv Httirits. aimctitn
and eould with difficulty keep up all day.
my mother procujea some mirdock Blood
Uitlera; T took them as direrteit n,l K...
felt no pain since first wepk after ubmb
lUem, IDU BIU win ijuno nun. 17 ice 1
Taul 0. Schuh, Agent.
FRIDAY MORNINH. JULY 28. 1882.
CuilU and Fever.
Blmmona Mvar Recti
Intnr toon brnakt inn
rlulli and carrlef til
fuvcr out ol Pit) MilHm.
h cures when ill other
K.r tho relief nd euro
of tM tllnlrMlii tilt
canit tmc Slmmout LI v
Thu Ht'cnlattir will ponlllvttly cure tula Wrlble
diHi-HHii. We aeu emphatically what we know to
lie I rut).
CON ST II ATION !
nhoultl not li ri'tardud it a a trlflliiR ailment. Na
ture, tieuiantla the utmoitt regularity of the bovela.
Therefore aHlnt nnturo by tiikliiK Suriiiioiia Liver
11. Ktilnlor. It In harmleeii, mild uml effectual.
Olio or two tatileptiooiifula will relieve all tbo
trouble a Incident to a Milium mate, aurh aa Nautea
Piziiieim. Drnwalncim, Dlxtruaa alter eating, a bit
ter bad tartu In tho rmnitb.
reratin may avoid all attacka by orraalonally
taking a tlwae of Slminoin I. Ivor Regulator to keep
the liver iu healthy artlon.
BAD B I IK ATI 1 !
Ceiieriilly arising from a disordered etomacb, cao
lie corrected liv taklug Slmmona Liver Kegulator
Klininnni Liver Kegulat noon eradicate thli din
eaae from the a.atem, leaving tbo akin clear and
free from all Impurities.
children f ufferlng wlih colic aoon experience re
lief when Simmon Liver Kegulator ia administer
ed. Adult ill no derive great benefit from
great benefit from tut
medicine, itianot unpleasant;
ileafant; It ia harmleai
and effective. Purely vegetabla,
Most of I lie tlieeaeeiol the bladder originate from
thoau nf tho kidney. Keftore the action of the
liver fully and both the kidney and bladder will
fUrTakooulv tho genuine, which always haa on
the wrapper the red Z trade mark and elgnature ol
Koraalv by all drug?!!.
Pain Cannot Slav Where
It Is Used.
lthucmatliou cured by
THOMAS' ECLRCTUIC OIL.
A lame back of eight year standing waa positive'
ly cured by 50 ccut worih of
TArtu-vo- nv 1 nil U1L
Common fore throat i cured with ono doic of
THOMAS' ECLECTKIC OIL.
Cougba and colds are cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTKIC OIL
All throat and lung diseace are cured by
THOMAS' ECLECTKIC OIL
Asthma is cured by
THOMAS' KCLECTK1C OIL
Uurns and frost bites are relieved at once by
THOMAS' ECLtCTKIC OIL
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Tonic, Into medicine
f tu n varied power, aa
to in.ika it tin grculcil
lllrvid Purifier and the
Kentorer r.rer I'aoil.
It cure RheumutUm.
Klrepltune, & diteaeu
oltno Mnmacn, uoweii,
Lunm. Liver It Kidneys,
flcUentirety different from
llitVTt. Ginger Ewenccn
and other Tonics, a il
never intoxicate. Hiscox
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