JïTwo large pollywogs have been placed in Schumacher & Miller's aquarium vith the gold flshas. The smaller of the two pollywogs has had two hind legs tor several days. The larger wog, which is foar or five inches long, had no legs Saturday bat Monday tnorning he was found to have developed two hind legs. He doesn't use them mach yet, his locomotion being by aneans of his long tail. The smaller wog is more quiet and seems to have a sweiling on one side of his jaw. This is thonght to be his front legs which have not yet been seen. The metamorphosis of the pollywogs into frogs will be watched with interest aad the ■acquarium affords a perfect view of the "wogs" at all times.