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Many of you know about optical il
lusions, and tho curious mistakes which
tho eye somotimcs makes concerning
lan obj.ict at which It is looking; but
few of us know how frequently wo our
selves aro tho victims of optical il
lusions of ono sort or another. The
fact is, wo see nearly as much with our
experience as wo see with our eyes.
Wo know an object to bo of a certain
form in ono position, and of a certain
color in ono light; and wo are too apt
to fancy that wo soo it of that form
and color in all positions and lights,
rogardless of the fact that, seen irom
another stand-point, the contour of it
may appear entirely different, and that
a dillorent light may totally change
the color of it. We all know that the
actual color of clean boots is black,
and a beginner in painting almost al
ways paints them perfectly black,
whoreas tho direct rays of the sun or of
an artificial light may make them ap
poar nearly white in parts; whilo if
they bo placed near some bright sub
stance, such as a piece of orange-peol,
or a crimson scarf, they will reflect tho
color of that object, and so becomo
orango or rod in parts, and an expert
painter would so ropresont them. Wo
hoar pooplo speak of "tho whito of tho
eye," and beginners with tho brush
often givo a very ghastly expression to
their attempts at portraiture by paint
ing tho whito of tho eye pure white;
whoroas, owing to tho projection of
tho brows, tho lids, and the lashes, it
is often thrown into deep shade, and
may bo even darker than somo of tho
flesh tints. Now, if their eyes wore
trainod liko thoso of a skilled artist,
they would know tho truo color of all
objects thoy behold. But this is tho
vtry hardost tiling an artist has to
loam, nanioly, to know really what ho
In coloring, almost everything de
pends upon tho nature of tho lio-ht. A
white handkerchief is black ina dark
An excellent aid to tho study of col
or is to tako a whito card, and with
your paints try to match on it somo
tint in any oil-painting, chromo, or
even colored fabric which you may
have. Then cut a small holo in tho
card adjoining your tint, and placo tho
card over tho tint you have copied, so
that vou can soo it through tho holo,
siilo by sido with your own attempt.
1 hen you will sco at onco how nearly
you havo matchod tho tint. Fratik
Mkw, in St. Mcholas for October.
A I)o tliut Culli'd AHslHtnnon.
"Talking about tho sagacity of ani
tunls," said a woll-known citizen.
"horu s a story which illustrates tho
Intellectual capacity of tho dog. The
lalo Judgo Siuiilluy, who was very
fond of a line dog, ono day bought u
splendid Kuglish bull-dog, which ho
placed in a kuniiol closo to ono occu
pied by a big Newfoundland that ho
owned. Mr. Bull-dog took a fancy to
Mr. Newfoundland's house nn iiuiiio
diately procoodod to drivo hint out of
It. A pitched battle ensued, in which
tho Newfoundland dog was beaten by
a largo majority. Now at this timo
thoro was kept at tho American Hotel
a gigantic mastiff tho biggest do-'
ever seen In thoso parts. Jt was a
quint, well-behaved animal and had
never been known to loavo the hotel
promises. Well, ono lino night Judgo
Smallcy's ontlro household was awak
ened by tho nolso of a desperato dog
fight. Thoro wero barks and howls
and yowls of every description. Lant
erns wero immediately lighted and an
investigation was had, and what do you
Bupposo wo found? Well, sir, that
Newfoundland had cono to tho hotel,
told tho big luaHtlff ol his ill-treatmont
Rtid persuaded him to go homo with
him and help Lira; and tho mastiff and
tho Newfoundland had torn that bull
dog all to plecos. Ho was scattorod
wt over an aero, and no slnglo pieco of
t ,1L"Mi ,b F noUKh l weigh an
ounco. I tell you, dogs can talk to
each other. In their way, and this Son
OAlliU BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKMlNti OCTOBER 10, 1384.
So far as tho chickadee is concerned,
I see nothing wbatevor to wish differ
ent; but am glad to beliove that, for
my day ana long after, no will romain
tho same unassuniingcaroless-hcartod
creature that ho now is. If I may bo
allowed tne paradox, it would be too
bad for him to change, evon for tho bet
tor. But tho bluebird, who liko the tit
mouso is hardly to bo accounted a mu
sician, does seem to vbo somewhat
blameworthy. Onco in a whilo, it is
true, ho takes a porch and sings; but
for the most part ho is contontod with
n few simple otos, having no sem
blance ol a tunc. Tossiblv ho oonsid
urs that his puro contralto voice (I do
not remcmuer over to Lave heard from
him any note of soprano, or evon of a
mezzo-soprano quality) ought by itself
uo a Buuu.n-ub uiHunciion ; out i
think it likelier that his slight attempt
at music is only ono manifestation of
the habitual reserve which, moro than
anything olso perhaps, may be said to
characterize him. How differontly ho
and tho robin impress us in this par
ticular! Both take up thoir abodo in
our door-yards and orchards; tho blue
bird goes so far, indeed, as to accept
our hospitality outright, building his
nest in boxes put up for his accommo
dation, and making tho roofs of our
houses his favorito perching stations.
But, whilo tho robiu is noisilv and
jnuntily familiar, tho bluobird main
tains a dignified aloofness; coming and
going about tho premises, but keeping
his thoughts to himself, and never be
coming ono of ti3 save by the mere ac
cidontof local proximity. Tho robin,
again, loves to travol in largo flocks,
when household duties aro over for tho
season; but although tho same has
beou reported of tho bluebird: I havo
never myself seen such a thin?, and am
satisfied that, as a rulo, this gontlo
spirit finds a family party of six or sev
en company enough. His reticeuco, ns
wo cheerfully admit, is nothing to
quarrel with; it is all well bred, and
not in the least unkindly: in fact, wo
liko it, ou the whole, rather bolter than
tho robin's pertness and garrulity; but,
nono the less, its natural consequence
is that tho bird has small concern for
musical display. Whon ho sings, it is
not to gain applause, but to express his
affeotion; and while, in one aspect of
tne case, mere is nothing out 01 tho
way in this, sinco his affection need
not be the less deep and truo because
it is told in few words and with un
adorned phrase yet, as I said to begin
with, it is hard not to feel that the
world is being defrauded, when for
any reason, however amiable, tho
possessor of such a matchless voice has
no ambition to make the most of it
Uradford Torrey in October Atlantic.
Worth a Dollar.
Journeying once from Now York to
Boston in the cari, .Daniel Webster oo
cupied a seat with a gentleman, who
relates tho story, to whom ho said not
a word until tho train was approaching
Now Haven. Turning to him then,
in his profoundest voieo'ho asked:
"Can you toll mo, sir, of any placo in
Now Haven whero I can get a glass of
first-rato brandv? I am not feeling
His companion did happen to know a
little house opposite tho station, fam
ous in thoso days to tho initiated,
whoro tho unadulterated could bo ob
tained, and it being without a sign, ho
told bis inquirer how to ffeid it to en
ter the door and go up-stairs to tho
little front room, and ask for a glass
of tho best brandy. "And, Btay! toll
tho man to givo it to you out of tho
black bottlo under tho counter."
Thoro was not much timo to loso,
but Webster found tho place, and,
mounting to tho littlo room, astonished
tho keeper by tho magnificent depth of
tono and air of authority with which
he asked for a glass of brandy, and
that, too, without delay. "Ami, stop,
sir," said tho statesman, slowly rais
ing his hand and pointing with his el
oquent linger, "I want it from that
black bottlo undor tho counter."
Tho awed koeper obeyed. Tho groat
man poured out a nearly-full tumbler,
poured it down with expanding satis
faction, threw a bill on tho counter,
and turned to descend.
"Stop, sir!" cried tho man; "your
Webster turnod with portontiotis sol
emnity, and in tho tone that so often
thrilled the Sunato, exclaimed, "No,
sir. A man who gives a glass of bran;
dy liko that to a thirsty traveler should
nover givo change for a dollar."
When tho astonished barkeeper re
lated tho incident, ho learned who his
imposing customer wax. Harper's
A newitched WciMing Uwhh.
A very singular case has come out
recently in regard to a young girl who
was engaged to bo married. Sho was
poor and her intended husband bought
her a wedding dress at an expense of
$50. Before the wedding day the in
tended bridegroom was taken sick and
died. Tho bride-elect mourned his
loss, and finally imagined that ho was
prosent about her, and that she would
still bo married to him. Sho told hor
parents how sho felt, and they told hor
that sho must get rid of tho woddino
dross. Sho sold it for $10 to an at"
qualntanco and soon recovored her
spirits. Tho girl who bought tho dross
aftor sho got it Imagined that she
would lead a had lite, and she was bo
all'ectod that she was out of her head,
and hor parents sent the dross back,'
when sho recovered. No. 1 was soon
ttll'octoil as before, and so much so that
sho sent tho dross back to No. 2 again,
and then sho recovered. No. a, was
again affected, and an attempt' was
made to return tho dross again to No.
1, but her family declined to recoivo it.
A police oillcer was scut to tako tho
dress back, after consultation with
counsul, but neither party would ro
colvo it, and now tho friends of tho of
ficer aro looking to soo him go off his
base on account of tho dress. It would
seem as though tho old Salem witches
possessed tho dress, und it is barely
possible that the garment mio-ht bo
buruud. JJonton Ulnbe. a
l'oor Curlotta, ex-Kmpms of Mexl
oo, spends only a few thousands a voar
n her madhouse, and tho accumulated
ntorestof her Immense fortuno has
weomi) eiiorinous. Her holrs will bo
The JV1 arket
' TnuRSDAY Evening. Oct. 9. 1884.
fhe cold wave reached us yesterday, and
notwithstanding the change was great and
sudden, it was very acceptable. The Ihcr-
momctt r went down in a few hours thirty
degict'g. Tho change brought a cold rain
that lasted several hours, but to-day has
been bright and clear.'
The nwket ihows no change and there
is no prospect fur any until after .tho No
FLOUR Tho market is full stocked
with all grades and no demand.
HAY The demand is small and receipts
light. No gilt edge is coming in.
CORN Not much doing; quotations
are nominally unchanged.
OATS Tho demand is light, receipts al
so lig!it. Prices steady and unchanged.
MEAL Quiet and unchanged.
BRAN The movement is active at quo
tations. BUTTER Steady and unchanged. Tho
demand is good fur choice and supply fair.
EGGS Receipts find ready tale on ar
CIIICKENS-The demand for choice
Urt;u young continues activo at quotations.
APPLES Wo notice a good demand for
choico ftuck, and smaU r-eeipts.
VEGETABLES Cabbage finds good
sue at 1(143 cents. I'oUtoes are scarce and
dunce are in good demand.
Sjvles arid Ciuotations.
NOTE. The pncee nere given ate ror sales rrom
first hands lo round lots. An advance It
charued for broken lotsin ntllng-orrtHrs.
800 Lb s various grades..
..2 50(25 00
1i libli choice rainlly ...
Yi'i tihls Family
2J tibia Fancy ,
4 cart Choico Timothy amall bale.
3 cars rtrict prime
1 cur gilt edge
1 car good mixed
White In bulk.
e e t
S cars in hulk
l.cir Southern Illinois.
1 cur in sacks
No. a Medlieranean
No 8 do
Mo. 4 do
1 car No. 4.,
2o libls CHv on orders.
2iO bblsCltv "
Wi pounds country
rVKi pounds choice dairy
9X1 pounds fancy creamery...
.... ..... Mil
MM . , ,.M....(
10 coops largeyoung and hens ...2 SO&S o
20 coops cnolce young . y ziu.a 75
coops meaiU'u young 2 50
App'es per hus'i u7-n
Choice per bbl a 08$.. sf
Common per bbl i m,b no
Potatoes, per bushel
Potatoes per bbl
Oranges, nominal r, ooa7
f'OHB 5 OOttS Ml
Choico per barrel j 503 j 00
Choice per bushel.,
.. . .......M...
Per 100 cho'ce 7 tojg 0"
Fancy Canvassed Hani.,
v.i ,'! ' none
. 1 05
OKI KIl Kltl'IT,
Peaches, halves and iiilarlurs......
Choice hand picked navy
1 2'Q1 10
Choice, Factory a
Cream w uu
Mink . ..
10 to 81
10 to 48
10 to 50
SO to g 50
75 to 8 HO
8 to 15
Heaver per poiiud...,
Hear 1 00 to 2 00
Oreun Halt.. IMMM I
Sheep Pelts, dry.
tasiitet I tttttlt ttstsIS S S 88811 s
nnnap ruin, Krmn.
Damaged llldes.. . ,
Common Lng 1 f,,
" 4 migi a is
4 "Ml 5
7 mi, M l
RATICS OK FIM'IUMT.
Hay Kli.nr Pork
fewt. dbbl. WliM
15 25 85
I'.:, ao 45
20 WI 45
27VJ 5 7!4
'.'.') tl) 00
30 50 78
Mei phis,.. ,,,,
r v (ir'osns,
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New Orieans 25
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