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VICTIMS OF BEANS.
A Boston Story Conccrnins the TraHi nt
Vhl:Ii There Can IteXo Doubt.
Quite a number of years ago a voung
German emigrated to Bo-ton. and set"
tied down here among the Yankees.
He prospered, set up in business for
himelf, prospered some more, and
after a time went back to German v
and brought over, from his native vH- which to buy a glass of cool, refreshing
lage. a young wife. The young couple, beer All of a sudden he was given
living and trading among the natives, the Danish throne, and since his acces
became pretty thoroughly American- sion to sovereignty he has got good
ized. but did not lose their romantic places for all his sons and daughters in
affection for their native land. Chil- the crown and scepter line of business.
dren were born to them; they still pros- But, with all his good points, he is
pereil in business, and after fifteen wrong-headed in some respects, and
years the husband retired from trade, extremely pig-headed in his wrong
llis heart still turning to Germany, he headedness. He not only wants to
determined to take his family there, have his own way in every thing (in
and place the children in school, leav- which regard he does not differ much
ing it to the future to determine wheth- from most of us); but he has strong
cr he should remain the rest of his life ideas about the Divine rights of Kings
in German-, or return to Boston after ideas that do not scemvery unnatu
the education of his six children had ral when dropped from the altitude of
been well advanced. . ! a Hohenzollorn Kaiser, but which cer
The first day after the family had ar- t tainly do appear ridiculous when puffed
rived at the parents' old home was Sun- ' up from the low level of a pumper
day, and the children with their father nickel kingling. The difficulty into
and mother, were grouped around their
grandparents for breakfast. Instead plunged himself by his mulish abso
of being forved with the usual plates of lutisin is thus explained:
Boston baked beans, the elder of the I The rejection of the Danish Minis
children was asked by the grandfather try's budget and the consequent ab
what he would like to have for break- . rupt closing of the session of the Bigs
fast. ' dag by royal decree is only one more
"Some beans, if you please," said the repetition of a performance that has
boy in his best Genuau. ! been going on at intervals for several
The grandfather showed some snr- years. The Folksthing, the popular
prise and said a little crustily that he ' body, regularly refuses to grant the
was sorry that there were no beans. ' appropriations demanded by the Es
Then he turned to the next eldest, a trup Ministry, which, alike by its arbi
girl. and asked her what she would like trary methods and by insisting on large
to have for her breakfast. military expenditures, is in great dis-
Td like onic beans, please, gross- ' favor. The King as regularly there
vater," said the girl as a matter of UP" dissolves the Rigsdag and voles
course. himself a provisional budget bj- procla-
The grandfather appeared somewhat ' n,atio". :is lie "y lawfully do under
vnvml. hut . :n!.-..,1 tin. tliii-,1 ,.?.n.i !....
. - --, -- ,. ..,-h ...u aaa 1U l UtlV
he would have.
"Beans, please," said he.
The old gentleman here grow very
angry. But he aked all the"restof tiie
children in turn, down to the youngest
tot. and all declared that they wanted
ome beans. And when they found
that they could have none, ihe smallest
children, overcome all at onec by homr.
sickness began to cry, and the older
ones looked very distressed and un
happy. Their grandparents rebuked
the father and mother for not rearing
their children with better manners.
The parents protested that it was per
fectly natural, and began to feel de-
ciueaiv nomcsicK inemseives.
, , , ,1
the father to the '
al was over ami
"It is no use," said
motuer. alter tlie me;
iiieynau retired loineir cnamoer. "ive
have made a mistake, and neither we
nor the children can be contented here.
It isn't that we can't do without baked
beans on Sunday morning, but that we
have beeoaie such Yankees that we
shall be homesick here."
"I think von are right." said the wife.
"and now that we have made up our
minds to that, hadii t we better go back
to Boston and educate, our children
"I think we had," said the husband.
After a short stav. which nobody en-
joyed, the family packed up their'bag-
gage and returned to Boston. And all
because there were no baked beans on
Sunday morning. Boston Transcript.
LEARNING TO TALK.
i The Process of Language Development In
Exceedingly interesting is the process
of language development in a babe.
- Xo study in anthropology is more fer
tile. The babe's first cries arc purely
instinctive and therefore purely animal.
Its complaints are in and by pure labi
als and liquids used with the open
vowels. It does not use the genial
tubercle: nor for many weeks the frontal
brain. Its second list of sounds move
farther back, and are g. goo, gutturals
of the simplest sort. This g sound, with
its natural associate U becomes the
well-known basis of all primitive lan
languages the clicking or glicking of
Aminos and Hottentots. Next observe
the babe as it watches your mouth and
laughs at your cooing and your baljy
talk. It finally sets its own articulating
organs in motion and imitates you.
The consequence soon is simple use of
the frontal brain and the genial tuber-
cle. Tlie goo-goo is followed by eh-ch
and che-che, and soon after by modu
lation. Thoe are not only the first use
of the hiuuaa organs but the first cere
brated sounds, as distinct from instinct
ive and inherited utterances. The steps
toward a highly complex cerebrated
language are thereafter rapidly Liken.
We have to bear in mind that the
babe organically follows historic evolu
tion, and is an epitome of past pro
gress. So also in his speech he moves
on and on over the pathway of the
past, and reviews it all. An intelligent
child expresses approbation and disap
probation by the same sounds that arc
used by adult moakoys. The savage
hardly uses cerebrated sounds at all.
Tlie refinement of languages has ever
consisted in eliminating the animal in
heritance. The child's use of gestures is
also inherited. He does not need to learn
to ne his hands: only to secure mus
'ej. cular strength to direct them. His play
at first is surely animal frolic, rejoicing
in shouts and shrieks that later he does
not find necessary to his enjoyment.
Hi- laughing and crying can only be
understood as a language, as they aro
surely alo in adults. The evolution of
laughter wo.jld be a delightful branch
of our topic, but a then.e too much by
itself. It U, enough to note in passing
that not omy do animals laugh, but
they smile. Laughter i even not un
common a?fiong fowls. have owned
a cock thai had a most .distinct cachi
nation. 0"cn CourL
TROUBLE IN DENMARK.
Things la Ilamlet's Kingdom That Are De
King Christian, of Denmark, is a
nice old gentleman in many respects.
And he really ought to be, in common
gratitude to Providence. He was a
one-horse German Prince, with nobody
to rule over, aud hardly a nickel with
which his royal nibs of Denmark has
an exigency clause in tlie Uanisli con
an exigency clause
t stitution. Then when the Parliament
reassembles it refuses to approve this
resort to the exigency provision, and
also rejects the regular annual budget.
This performance has been of late fre
quent to the point of monotony. In
the autumn of 188G, again during the
first days of 18S7, then in April of the
same year, and once between that time
and the present these parliamentary
crises have occurred. It is a strange
struggle that goes on in Denmark.
King Christian persists in his methods;
the Folksthing holds to its own; the
Laudsthing supports Prime Minister
Estrup; tlie people regularly send an
opposition majority to the lower house.
The marvel is that the quarrel goes on
so lo g willlollt araied revolt,Lv. Y.
FAST YOUNG WOMEN.
Why Men Worth Having Never Think or
There arejirl who, instead of mak
ing themselves useful and calmly rest
ing in their maiden dignity, think only
of getting married, and use questiona-
j ble means to achieve their purpose.
. rorgettuig tne proverb : " Hie more
haste the less speed," this sort of girl
not infrequently assumes a "fast"
style of talk, manner and dress in
order to make herself attractive to the
! opposite sex. Fish may nibble at her
unit, mil mey win noi anow inemseives
to be caught. A loud girl may attract
attention and have half an hour of
popularity, but she is a type of the
short-sightedness of some of her sex.
Men of the baser sort may amuse them
selves with .her, but no man worth hav
ing would think of marrying her.
There is a liberty that makes us free,
and a liberty that makes us slaves, and
the girls who take liberties with mod
est' of speech and manner, and who
cross over the boundary into mascu
line territory, arc not more free but
more enslaved than before. And the
approbation of men, which is the end
in view, is lost bj the means to gain
it. Whatever men may be themselves
they like gentleness, modesty and
purity in act aud thought in women.
They want their wives to be better
than themselves. They think that
women should be the conservators of
all that is restrained, chivalrous and
gentle. Lady Bellaire, in Blackwood'
Nevertheless one's wife.
The farmer who employs a wood-chopper,
has no intention of putting on style by hav
ing a hack.
A woodman, like ithe play-writer, should
be judged by his ax. Sifting.
JtESf who are a great deal run after
fugitives from justice Boiton Courier.
The average waterine place is maintained
by those who are trying to sea core their
wasted health. Buluth Baragrapher.
Of conrse Solomon was the wisest man.
A fel!ow with never, hundred wives has a
chance to get instruction. Journal of Edu.
Form letters of the alphabet are always in
- A rrrmto tribute paying your tailor's
bilL Amp Haven Seat.
Can a blind man be held liable for a bill
which he excepted payable at sight? Ex
change. These is nothing that will warm up n
man's language bo much as dropping n
chunk of ice down his back. Fall Jitvtr
The "rubber trust" innst have organized
for the purpose of furnishing conscience
to the other trusts. Chicago Journal.
Seaxcocks those composed of paint and
scenery on the stage.
EoDGn ox eats the kid glove manufac
turers. Brake' Jlajazine.
Tnsr.E lis one crop that never fails. I
belongs to the chicken. Boston J'ot!.
The man who invests in mining stock i
usually pnt oas over the out-put.
As editor's ssnctnm ma7 net be fnrnishec
with velvet carpets and moonlight-on-,
eliovel dados, bat it is afvsys veU iw;)cxc2.
Why not Call this Terrible Scoarge by
1U Rightful Name.
Xeto Tort TtUgram.
Hanya strong, well-built man leaves
homo to-day; before night he will havo a
chill and in a few hours will be dead !
This is the way the dreaded pneumonia
takes people off.
The list of notable men who aro its vic
tims is appalling.
It sweeps over tho land like a scourge
and destroys poor and rich alike.
Every ono dreads it Its coming is sud-
rden, its termination usually speedy.
what causes it I
Pneumonia, wo are told, is invited by a
certain condition of the system, indicated if
one has occasional chills and fevers, a ten
dency to cold in the throat and lungs, rheu
matic and neuralgic pains, extreme tired
feeliags, short breath and pleuritic stitches
in tho side, loss of appetite, back-ache,
nervous unrest, scalding sensations, or
scant and discolored fluids, heart flutter
ings, sour stomach, distressed look, puffy
eye sacs, hot and dry skin, loss of strength
These indications may not appear to
gether, they may come, disappear and re
appear for years, the person not realizing
tnat they are nature's warning of a coming
calamity. In other words, if pneumonia
does not claim as a victim the persons hav
ing such symptoms some less sudden but
quite as fatal malady certainly wilL
A celebrated New York physician told the
Tribune that pneumonia was a secondary
disorder, the exposure and cold being simp
ly the agent which develops tho disease, al
ready dormant in the system, because the
kidneys have been but partially doing their
duty. In short, pneumonia is but an early
indication of a bright's diseased condition.
This impaired action may exist for years
without the patient suspecting it because
no pain will be felt in the kidneys or their
vicinity and often it can be detected only
by chemical and microscopical observa
tions. Nearly 150 of the 740 deaths in New York
city the first week in April (and in six
weeks 7S1 deaths) were caused by pneu
monia! The disease is very obstinate, and if the
accompanying kidney disorder is very far
advanced, recovery is impossible, for tho
kidneys give out entirely, and the patient is
literally suffocated by water.
The only safeguard against pneumonia is
to maiutain a vigorous condition of the sys
tem, and thus prevent Hi attacks, by using
whatever will radically and effectually re
store full vitality to the kidneys, for, if they
are not sound, pneumonia cannot be prevented.
For this purpose there is nothing to equal
Warner's safe cure, a remedy known to
millions, used probably by hundreds of
thousands and commended as a standard
specific wherever known and used. It does
not pretend to cure an attack of pneu
monia, but it don retnors Vie cause of and pre
vent that disease if taken in time. No reasona
ble man can doubt this if ho regards tho
personal experience of thousands of honor
When a physician says his patient has
either bright's disease or pneumonia he con
f esses his inability to cure, and in a measure
he considers his responsibility ended. In
many instances, indeed, persons arc report
ed as dying of pneumonia, heart disease,
apoplexy and convulsions, when tho real
cause of death and so known by the physi
cian is the kidney consumption. Thousands
of people havo it without knowing it and
perish of it becauso their physicians will
not tell them the facts! Tho same fate
awaits every one who will not exercise his
judgment m such a matter.
Guest (at countiy tavern) "Have
j-ou any cheese, landlord?" Landlord
"Xot a bit in the house, sir." Guest
'Xot even a little piece?" Landlord
"By gum, there is. come to think!
Pete, run down in the cellar and fetch
up that rat-trap." Golden Days.
From the Frying; Pan Into the Fire.
The man or woman who seeks relief from
constipation in ill advised remedies, jumps
"from the frying pan into tho fire." Vio
lent cathartics drench and weaken the in
testines. Not so Hos tetter's Stomach Bit
ters, which relieves without pain and per
manently. For disorders of the liver, fever
and ague, nervousness and debility it is also
signally efficacious, and its remedial utility
in kidney affections is well ascertained.
The rlslnpr generation in cities is chiefly
made up of milkmen and hired girls. Bur
linijlon Erce frets.
PmcKi.T Asn Bitters is an unfailing cure
for ail diseases originating in biliary de
rangements caused by the malaria of mias
matic countries. No other medicine now on
sale will so effectually remove the disturb
ing elements, and at the same time tone up
the whole system. It is sure and safe in
With regard to sparking over tne irons
gate, a good deal can be said on both sides,
It tt Fails.
Durang's Rheumatic Remedy will cure
any case of rheumatism on earth. It is
taken internally. Write for free pam
phlet to R. KHelphexstixe, Druggist,
Washington, 1). C, or ask your druggist
At all 6Tnts the prominent citizen
Foit a Cough or Sore Throat tho best medi
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Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
A tlat on words; betting and promising
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The canned article that eoes the quickest
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If afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eyo Water. Druggists sell iLSSc.
TAx actor knows his lines when they aro
cast in pleasant places X. 0. 1'ieiuu'ne.
Tbs pickpocket Is no respecter of purse,
To. will . CATAKRH
and will eras
A particle Is applied into each notril and it agreeable.
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bread or dough taturated with St. Jacobs Oil. If
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Mix tome corn-meal dough with Vie Oil. Give
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Maton & Hamlin do nut Imitate to make the extra
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other. Tula they attribute tolrly to the remarkable
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HW TOSS. M Bait Ifta St. (lalaa Baain.)
3-SAMS THIS PATES m? Urn, aito.
This is the Best Shte
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Warmrtes ns ShM
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SIZES 8 to 10W SJ1.C5
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Our Mm is an tkt bti
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-'AMI THIS PAPtK iiianawla
Wholly wallke artlflelal ajateaaa.
Cut r aal ad waaderiaa
Aay back learaed la eae readtas.
Classes of 18T at Baltimore. ISMS at Detroit.
lSSsa at PhiladelDhia. 1 S ax Washinston. lam
classes of Columbia Law tudent. at Yale. Welles
ley.Oberfln Untrerslty of Penn- Michigan Unlfersl-
it. nauianqaa. c. c Enoorsea or uicbahd
PuocroB.the Scientist. Hons.W. Sf. ASTOB-JrnAH
P. Benjamin. Judge Gibson. Dr. brown. E. ii.
Cook. Principal N. Y. State Normal College. Ac.
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bay It la "pound or
haif pound" cartoons,
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Tapestry ' - 45c to .95
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TAKE HO OTHER.
Do you foci dull, languid, low-spirited, life
lcsa, and indcscrilably miserable, both physi
cally and mentally; experience a ponse of
fullness or bloating- after eating; or of "gone
ness," or emptiness of Btoutach in the morn
ing, tongue coated, bitter or Iwd taste in
mouth, irregular appetite, dizziness, frequent
headaches, blurred cyesiglit,"lloatin;r specks'
before the eyes, nervous prostration or ex
haustion, irritability of tciner. hot flushes,
alternating with chilly sensuions. sharp
biting, transient pains here and there, cokl
feet, drowsiness after meals, wakefulness, of
disturbed and unrefrcrthing sleep, constant,.
indescribable feclinr of dread, or of impend
If you have all, or any considerable number
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Bilious Ilyspepsiii, or Torpid I.iver, associated
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tion or tne laimra. sum uiscases, ueaix Disease,
ltbeumatisni. Kidney Disease, or other grave
maladies aro quite liable to set in and, sooner
or later, induco a'fatal termination.
Dr. Fierce Golden Died leal DIs
eo very acts powerfully upon the I.ivcr.aml
through that great blood-purifying organ,
cleanses the system of all blood-taints and im
purities, from whatever cause arising. It is
equally efficacious in acting tqion tlie Kid
neys, and other excretory organs, cleansing.
Strengthening, and healing their diseases. Am
an nppctizing, restorative tonic, it promotes,
digestion and nutritiou, thereby building up
both Uesli and strength. In malarial districts,
this wonderful medicine has gained great
celebrity in curing Fever ami Ague. Chills anil
Fever, Dumb Ague, and kindred discuses.
Br. Pierce's Golden Medical DIs
covery CURES ALL HUMORS
from a common Tllotch, or Eruption, to the
worst Scrofula. Salt-rheum, " Fever-sores.''
Scaly or Hough Skin, in short, all U weaves
caused by bad blood aro conquered by this
luwi-riui, iuriiiii(f, uuu jnviKiinmng incui
cine. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under
its benign influence. Especially has it mani
fested its potency in curing Tetter, Eczema.
Erysipelas, Boils, Carbuncles. Sore Evce. Scrof
ulous Sores and Swellings, Hip-Joint Disease.
"White Swellings," Goitre, or Thick Neck
and Enlarged Glands. Send ten cents in.
stamps for a largo Treatise, with colored
plates, on Skin Diseases, or the same amount
for a Treatise on Scrofulous Affections.
-FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.
Thoroughly cleanse it by using Br. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, and good
digestion, a fair skfn, buoyant spirits, vital
strength and bodily bcakh will be established.
which is Serotala Of the lVaugra, is arrested
and cured by this remedy, if taken in the
earlier stages or tho disease. From its mar.
vermis power over this terribly fatal disease,
when first offeringthis now world-famed rem-
cay 10 inc piiDiic, ur. neree thought seriously
of calling it his "CbKSDaipnos CnitE," but
abandoned that name as too restrictive for
a medicino which, from its wonderful com
bination or tonic, or strengthening, alterative,
or blood-cleansing, anti-bilious, pectoral, ami
nutritive properties, is unequalcd, not onlv
as a remedy for Consumption, but for all
Cnroalc Dtoeases of tho
Liver, Blood, and Lungs.
For Weak Lungs. Spitting of Ttlood. Short
ness of nreath. Chronic Nasal Catarrh, Ilror.
chiUs. Asthma, Severe Coughs, and kiudred
affections, it is an efficient remedy.
foIyIrett, at $1.00, or Six Bottles
,y"Scnd ten cents In stamps for Dr. Pierce
book on Consumption. Address,
Inn's Dispttsary Mlcal IssiciatiM,
3 Main 8C. BUFFALO. 3T-Y.
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