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TALK ON PSYCHOLOGY.
The Fourth Loeturo by Hon. G. W. Atkinson. II LUCID DISCUSSION OF IT GIVEN. Scnaatlon and I'orcoptlon and tlio Difference between them Explained iii a Way that Anybody can Under* stand?Another Interest fug Meeting oi tiie Lp worth League Training Schools. In the course of study bofore the Ep. worth League Training School of the Fourth Btreet M. E. church, G. \V. Atkinson, I'h. V., dolirerod his iourtb lecture on Psychology to a good-sized audience last evening. Ho has made psychology a study for years past, and seems to be ontirely at eaae in discussing a subject that iho people in general know very little about. Ilia theme last night was Sensations and Perceptions. Ho started out by stating that all knowledge takes it* riso in tho senses. No intellectual work can be dono until the senses have supplied the ncccssary materials. Our ideas, thorefore, cannot j?o beyond our eensatious. A sensation ie tho" impression made upon tho mind by or through internal objects. Tnat is tos:?y, a sensation is always from within outward. The senses aro the channo'.s through which flcnsatioua roach the mind. The organs of sense are nccoseurv to sensation, but the actuation itscl: is wholly in the mind. Perception and eeusation are generally considered together, because they aro intimately connected; and yet they diller materially. Mensation is wholly within the mind, while perception carried us out of ourselves and male09 us acquainted with the world arouud us. The former is from within outward, like a concept, while perception js always from without iuwaru. He gave the definitions of the two terms oa laid down by Perhaps iifteen or more authors, and stated that in his judgment, .Sir William Hamilton's is the clearest of them all, which ho pave in theso words: "Perception, is only a special kind of knowledge, and sensation a special kind of feeling. * * Knowledge and iwdling, perception and BwUsation, though always cooxistont, are always in inveiae ratio to each other." This know! lye is communicated through the senses, aftd is imparted to the soni through con-1 ( ciousncss. To illustrate: 1 smell a rose which produces a sensation, I look at it and a perception follows, llence sensation precedes perception, and perception precedes con Copuou. OCUSIIIIWIIO ? *?"* b'juvu|/iiuiia aro wholly within the mind, while perceptions are wholly without, aud yet all knowledge comas through perception. Perception is theroiore much more an act of mind than senBtfti'm. In sensation the mind is passive and recipient, while in perception it is much more discriminating and passes from the impression to the object which it indicates or makes known. Perceptions aro outside of the mii.vi or soul, and are conveyed to it by tho senses, while sensations are inside of the mind or soul, and are revealed to it through consciouscess. The spoaker classified tho conditions of perception under three head?: First ?A psychical organism capablo of being excited, which he termed the gensorium; that is, the organ of sense supposed to be iu tho brain; or, in a broader sense, it means tho whole nervous system in which the sensations are reduced to the unity of consciousness. becond?Objects which aro intended to oxcitj tho sensorium, which produce tho sensations; and, Third?A mind conscious oi tho sensation, and ready to attribute it to the external cause, or to understand the object of the sensation. Hore the speaker j:avo a number of simple, practical illustrations which enabled his hearers to clearly understand tbo ideas ho meant to convey. Among those woro explanations of vibrations of sound and light and air and motion. Ho next explained the several antecedents of sennntinn tn hn? First, an oxcitinc cause. Second, tho action of this cause upon the norves. Third, tho chauge that takes place in the nerves produced by the exciting cause upon the particles of the nervo with which it conies in contact. Such as setting up ft row of blacks?ono of which is knocked down, and it knocks tho next one dnwn, and so on till the entire row'Ujfn. Thus one norve presses up against another, and so on till all the norves are affected by tho sensation. Tho *or\4s run to the mind or soul-contrc wbictly as the telephones wires run to liio central office, and they are the wfcjcs, so to speak, over which all knowmdgo..goo3 directly to tho mind or soul. As ono comes in contact with tho external world, tho firpt thing of which ho is conscious is simple sensotion. Something tcuchea his body, ho feels it, and is therefore certain of sensation. In this manner it for tho first time comes under tho eye of consciousness, and when tno sensation is definitely located in somo particular organ or part of tho body affected, it is no longer a sensation, but becomes a perception. Thus sensation is tho forerunner of perception, and can scarcely bo soparatod from it. Thoy move hand in hand whon the mind is operating upon thoextomal world and ic absorbing kuowlodiro from without inward. Perception and sensation always exist. Perceptions n ro tho main source of knowledgo, whilo sensations are the principal sourco of onjoyment. The speaker occupied one hour in the dolivory of hit entortainiugand instructive lecture. _ No bottor preparation for tho hair has ovor boon invented than Ayor's Hair Vigor. It restores the original color to faded and pray hair, and imparts that natural gloss and freshness overyono so much admires. Its reputation is worldwide. F. W. Baumkr & Co. soil Stein way and Krakauer Pianos. You will be surprised at tho money yon can save by buying AVatchos, Diamonds, Clocks, Silverware, or any thing inthejowelrv line at 8hofF Bros'., the new jewelers, 1110 Main streot. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Pittsburgh Product- Market. PrmBunon. Pa., Dee 11?llnttor. Elgin croainerr liloa.'e; Ohio funny crcatniTV fancy country roll 20o?!c: Jon* grn<!r.s and cookluu HM Jjjc. Cheese. Ohio newllLoVJo; :<r\% York, new, l^ialj^e; SirjMOhiotub* MJ.?c; liinMirror, uetr. He. Eggs. stricUy fresh I'onnaylvanla and Ohio, in cases, '/4a25c. Poultry. largo Itvo chlckons i>a'K)o p*r pair: do smalt Jt'iatDc; ducks 4p*50c: gocit- Chttl !</; lire turkey* toito per lb; dressed chickens, drnwn. lOnllc; turkeys llnl2c; ducks lOal'Je; geosu 9al0c. Potatoes; loncy Jlurbanlu, carlou on trnck. W?a-V<c per .bushel; less carfot* Guafioc; other kinds 45a30c; J4ney nveou S3oOa.1 ?,') j?rr barrel; Iinltlmore sweet* 5175a2roper barrfl.^RiibHKi', per liX) head. 93 OOa'i 00. Onions, yellow globe Si Mai &'? pt?r barrel. Turnips, purple tops, lOa'iOc per bushel. Celery. I.'?ai5c pet bunch. RutabnRas SI ooal 35 per barrel. Carrots SI ?*l 60 per barrel. MAKTIN'S FKItAY. U?ijm and lit tliu Thriving City Acrum (Imttlvor, Ovor 150 nupih will take part in the entertainment to bo given at the Opera House next Friday evening for tli?> ;>urno8o of raising money toward pureha*ifitr u piano and ho k-t for the lligb school. In tii; entertainment will bo Bovontv-flvo high school nnholara nnd more than thai from other room*. The programme will constat of a-Mother Goose Reception, a dialogue entitled "lions Von Sinast," tennis drillholes, duets, etc., mnltinga Hue entertainment. Cards nro out for tho marriage of Mr. John Turner, of liridgoport, ami .Miss Edna Crowl, daughter of Mi*, aud Mm. J. I*. Crawl, ol Martin's l-errv, in the United Presbyterian church on Thursday evening, iJecember 21, at 7 o'clock. A reception wili be held after the wedding. Maloney Brof., tho contractors, are getting the east part of Jefferson stroet in shape to t>ave it, and expect to com* menco Jayfng the brick this afternoon. Tho woik extends from the weft side of tho Belmont brewery to tho Cleveland <fc Pittsburgh ruilroad track, on Second street. 1 ho only articles missing in Pattorson's lmrdwaro store after the bnrglary yesterday morning were six or seven razors nnd one revolver. There is no elue. Tho Chinese laundry on Hanover street was alno ontered and $5 taken. Altor paying the faros of tho Washington team and nil other expenses, the King's Daughters came out $-50 ahead in tho fool ball frame and will immediately distribute this umong the poor. The relief committeo of tho Baptist congregation will receive donations* of clothing, eatables, coal, etc.. at the chvrcli this evening for tho poor oi Mar tin* a Terry. William T. Williams recoivo 1 a telegram last night from Iowa, atnting that liia sister was dying. Ho left on the lirst train on tho Baltimore & Ohio. I)r. W. 13. Khuttloworth, who has been on the sick list, was out yesterday, but was obliged to return to his roomBuy your carbon oil of David Coss. Ifo delivers to the housos in any quantity from a gallon to a barrel. Yosterday R. C. Montgomery had his forehead badly cut while at work in their store, on Broadway. C. N. Fowler has charge of the Tor minal Junction office during the iiinosa of George Shoots. Attorney Goorgo Duncan was taken very ill yesterday whilo in his office. MOUSDSVlhhE. A Miscellaneous Moliuigo of Minor Bint* tort from dtarahnll'jt Metropolis. A big lot of tramps infested tho city yesterday morning. One of them wont to a residence in the middle ward altar something to eat, and tho lady of tho iiouao told him she was tirod of feeding them an-! that ho would be tho last one she would feed, lie repliod that a boat load was on the way down the river and would likely stop oft here. But they didn't couie. The electric lights were off Saturday evening about one half hour on account of a telephone wire falling across the eloctric lino. The belt was thrown oil at tho power house, ami would have caused serious damage to tho machinery hud it not been. Tho light was soon on again. The Sunday school df Simpson M. 13. church has decided not to givo atroat'to tho children of the school on Christmas, hut will spend tho usual amount used for that nurnoso in comforting tho poor. The Ep worth League and Kings Daughters will helu in this lino. Dr. I\. W. Hall purchased the Reynold* property, which was sold at the front door of the court house on Saturday, for $425. Mrs. Ralph Patterson, of Weston, is the guest of her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. C: E. Jackson. Al Bryson, the engineer at the electric powyr plant, is sick. 31r. and Mrs. J. W. Addis and ono child are laid up. Steinway and Kuakauer Piaxos aro sold only by F. W. Bacmer & Co. NOTES ON NAVIGATION. Stage oC Water mid Movt'm-uU oC Uo.it i. Th? ltlvnr IiuoroHti. YKSTKtlDAYS AIIKIYAUS. Libcrtv, Clarinjrton. 10 n. m. It. E PuIIIIds. MaUimonu. > p. m. lkn Hur, I'arkersDurg, 5 p. m. YESTEllDAY'S HKl'AUrUP.13. J.fbcrty, Clttrlnnton. tf:30 p. m. lien Ilur. Parkcriburg, 0 p. m. It. E. Phillips. Matiiinuru-s. 10 a. m. IIOAT8 LEAVING TO DAY. Liberty. Clftrlr.?tou. 3::t0 p. m. Keystonu State, Cluclmintl. 8 a. m. Hudson, Pittsburgh, 7 n. ni. II. K. Hertford. Pittsburgh, 8 ?. m. Suusblno, Pnrkcrhburg. 11:30 a. m. Superintendent Ellison, of tho Pittsburgh and Cincinnati packet line, says that if businoss justifies the Scotia and Jiatchclor will bo put in scrvico this week. Tho Mariner passed up with empties at 10 a. in., followod by the Ark at 1 p. m. iind tho Cyclone at -L p. m. The J. H. McConneil parsed down with coal at 3 p. in., and tho Twilight nt 3:15 p. in. Business at tho water front will bo brisk when tho Hudson from Cincinnati and the Keystone State from Pittsburgh como in this morning. Both have good trips and will add largely at thh port. Tho fltaco of water as .shown on tho marks at tho public landing yestorday ovoning was (> foot 11 inches and slowly falling. This does not loavo much margin for tho navigation of tho large packets. The C. W, Batehelor, laid up in Cincinnati, will not likely come out until after the advent of tho now year, 'flic Hatcholor was built especially for the Pittsburgh and Wheeling trade b.v Capt. Nath Winter aud Capt. John A, Edie, both deceased.?Pittsburgh Com mercial Gazette. Last night's headwater roports shov tho Alleghany falling, and the Monon gahela stationary. There may bo c plight rise out of the latter stream The reports wore as follows: Wgrren?liiver 2 feet 1 inch and fall inz; cloudy and cold. Oil City?River 2 feet 0 inches am falling; cold and cloudy. Morgantown?River 6 feet G inches and stationary; clear and pleasant. Greensboro?Rivor 7 feet 7 inchos an< stationary; fair and pleasant. Pittsuurgh, Pa., Dec. 11.?Within i few days the sunken coal boats ant barges at Log* town and other point! along tho Ohio will bo blowy' up b} dynamite and tho channel cleared. To day Captain E. J. Carpenter, of Cincin nati, Major Sticknoy's assistant, viaitoi Logs town in company with a number o Pittsburgh coal operators and found thing* in much worso shape than h< expoetod. Within tho pa.it year thero havo boor some changes in tho porsonel of thi commanders of tho packets that vlail tho Wheeling wharf. Tho masters no? are: Iron Quoea, John M. Phillips Hudson, Robort Agnow; Kopstone State, ThomasM. Calhoun;Scotia. Maci Agnew; d W. Batchelor, Joo Keofcr Tho Bon Har is commanded by Fret K tnplo and the Courier by John Ifycr. Old reliable John K. l?oot!? atill continnea irith the Liberly in liio darino ton tra'Ie. Captain Gamble nurveya tho world from tho Sumhine's hurricane deck, and Ctifft. Ed. Mitddy rcpro;tent* Hav iJro*. on tho Lizzie Bay. Cap!. Gordon Green of courae coin man da hi* own bout, the If. K. liedford, and the inlependont packet, K. li. Phillips ia cmnmandod by her ov?acr, Captain Mendel. liRLLAUlE. All Sort* of Local Now* mid Gos?lp from tho OItti? Citr* Tho Republicans of this city are now talking of adopting the popular vote gyst.Mn in making nomination* for uext Hprin^'. This plan la in fuvor in several counties in tho atate and is being ur^ed here as the moat equitable one. becau it yives a iiiii aim iuir expression ui uu tho votera for all the candidates. There are numerous names mentioned for the various places to ML Tho Republic-ana aro talking of ex-Sherjfl Cochran, Council mon Jor.oa and BoyiJ, J. W, Morrill, ex-Mayor Brown, Squiro Mason, J). C. Shepherd and the present incumbent, Mayor McGowan, for mayor, wiiiJo on the Democratic side only "tho names of Councilman Campbell and Constable ttaugh aro aa yet mentioned for that place. For marshal the Republicans will name either Otiieor James & Johnston or Oflicer John Strobei, and the Democrats will renominate the present marshal, Charlos Johnson. For city treasurer thorearo no candidates named yet. but thoro will bo plenty of them, while for city solicitor the Kenubicans will in nil probability name li. S. Arm- j strong and the Democrats the present j incumbent, George AJ. Wood bridge. Uezin Birch was attacked by tramps . and knocked down on tho railroad, near whero John Boyer met his death, one evening last week, and was only saved from being robbod by the timely appearance of railroaders. He was badly used up, and it was early in the evening, barely dusk. Near that same place a girl was hold up in midday aud robbod early in tho spring, and the tramp Is now serving a term in the penitentiary, u seems iu oo u tuvumu place for assaults. There wng a vigorous fight on Union Btreet in tho Third ward late Saturda}1 night, and Henry McMillan had hi teeth knocked out and his face badly cut and bruised. A "black jack" was used on him, but the assailants have not yet boon apprehended. One man was arrested, named Murphy, but he was released. A portion of that street in tho Third ward is becoming notorious for brawls and rows, many of which j are suppressed. Tho Knights of St. John electod row officers Sunday as follows: President, 1*. J. McDonough; vice prosident, John Bain bridge; recording secretary, Luke Gavin; financial secretary, John L. G'fldea; treasurer, Joseph Glastier; Bergeant-at-arms, John Uhtsser; doorkeeper, ?S. J. To bin; trustees, Sebastian Wimmor, P. Maloney and F. Bon field. At the steel works yesterday a freight car jumped tho track and plunged into the labratory building, knocking it from its foundation and throwing it almost over on its side. Harry Thomao, the chemist, and his assistants wore nt work at the time, but they ull escaped without injury. The damage, however, was considerable. Railroad men pay that tho ntehfc tho safe was cracked in Roctioster, Pa., last week, two Bellaire chaps boarded a freight truin at that point at 3 o'clock in the morning and rode to Mingo. jno manager 01 tno JMjmuu wiuuvtu had warrants issued from b'qutro Cooper's oilice yoaterday for two chape named OostelJo and Carter for creating a disturbance at tho rink. Tho Hint glass factory project is meeting with splendid success now, and -Mr. Burke says they may broak grouud for tho new factory building this month. Tho Coulson property on Gravel hill was sold by tho sheriff at St, Clairsville yesterday. It was bid in by J. N, Grafton. David Albright, a farmer seventy years of age, died at his home at Old Wcgeo yesterday, of consumption. Eva Marshall Shontz, a dramatic reader, will give an entertainment at tho U. P. church this evening. T. C. Nicholson, tho "parson" of the base ball Held, has u new son at his homo here. Owon Moehan returned from the oast Sunday evening. Martin Co wen was able to be at his ollico yesterday. ^ ^ F. W. B a UM r: u & Co. sell Stein way and Krakauor Pianos. (???>?J .Netrit No other medicine in tho world was ever given such a tost of its curative qualities as Otto's Cure. Thousands of bottles of thiK great Gorman remedy are being distributed free of charge by druggists in this country to those afflicted with consumption, asthma, i croup, eovore coughs, pnoumoniu ami all th i oat and lung diseases, giving the people proof that Otto's Cure will cure them, and that it is the grandest triumph of medical scienco. For sale only [ by Logan Drug Company. Samplos free. Largo bottloj 50c. 2 r Brings comfort and improvement and ' tends to personal enjoyment when ' rightlv used. Tlie many,who lira buttcr than others and onjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly i adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest , tho value to health of tho pure liquid laxative principles embraced in tho l remedy, Svrup ot Figs. Its excellence is duo to its presenting , in the form most acceptable and pleasI ant to tho taste, the ref resiling and truly i beneficial properties of a perfect la.vr ative; effectually cleansing the system, - dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. I It has given satisfaction to millions and f met with the approval of the medical I profession, because it acts on the Kida nevs. Liver aud Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from i every objectionable substance. > Svrup of Figs is for sale by all drugt gists in 50c and$l bottles, but it is man' ufactured by tho California Fig Syrnp i Co. onlv, whoso name is printed on every ' package, also the name, Syrup of Figs 9 and being well informed, you will no' j accept any substitute if oflercd. 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