"When, lo% a lioness rush'd o'er the plain,/ Grimly besmeared with blood of even slain:/ And what to the dire sight new horrors brought,/ To slake her thirst the neighboring spring she sought;/ Which, by the Moon, when trembling Thisbe spies,/ Wing'd with her fear, swift as the wind she flies."--Ovid. [P. 13.]
Catalogue of the Second Exhibition of the Artists' and Amateurs' Association of Philadelphia, for the Encouragement of the Arts of Design. Artists' Fund Hall, Chestnut Street, above Tenth. Admission 25 cents.--Season Tickets 50 cents.