ñeld, Pa., two rats, an okl gniy mati-ou of the corn-crib and her offspring, had been oaught tögether in a comtfton bos trap. Throngh e erack the pár oould be Been. together witliin, lovkig enougl) till the farm dog was brought to th mouthof the trap. As soon aa the motrh?f j-al scented tho dog ahe seemed immediatclyto divini' the ippronohing fate, and, girtng a terrible squeai, ahe cauglit Umi Bttle rat bythe aeok aml bit him sluirply, causing almost instant death. The trajp was oponed an instanl nitor, and the ohl rat, which had killed heroöapriiigrather thau have it murdered bj the dog, iiiiet];, gubmittcd t" her fate.