The Blrmingbam Gazette says that UOpng the animalLbelonging to a melagarie thatvisited ïenbury recently s a line female elephant named "Lizzie." Nearly live years ago this animal, after a hard walk, was allowed todrmlftiffifjf (;,1 „astrwttefl severe illness, and her life was all but despaired of. A chemist of Tenbury eingcalled in, byhis vigorous efEorts and skillful treatment slie ultimaiely recovered. hizvAe had not forgotten ïer preserver; and wlien she was walking in procession through Tenbury, recognizing the chemist at the of his shop, she lef t the other animáis, and going to him affectionately ihiced her trunk in his hand. In the jveningthe chemist visited the exhibición, when Lizzie gave him a warm and most gratif'ying reception. Gëntly encircling him with her trunk, slie held him for some time eaptive, to the anxiety of the spectators,and was with difflculty induced to let him go.