"Why, " asked Pat as he carne hic coughiug into the Quippery, "is th humble goat always held up as the sim ile for iutoxication - for instance, 'fnll as a goat?' " "I cannot guess, " answered Tiin, "unless" - aud hè paused nieditatively and looked at Pat as if he expected au iiivitatioii - "unless it is because he is always ready to throw a horu iuto anybody. " - Pittsburg News. All animáis, doinestic ones included, become restless before a storm. Oats and dogs scratch aud move abont, while their fur looks less bright and glossy than usual. It is always a sure sign ei rain when horses and cattle scratch their uecks and snifl' the air. The eysight is vory often injured foi life by tight lacia.