QUEER APPETITES. f mental nntl Physical Sensations That Ar4 Ainom; the Mysteries of I'll). j "Talking of peculiarities of appc tite," said a citizen in conversation, "L know a m;tn who has not eaten 'i mouthful of meal in twenty years."- ' "A vegetarian, eh'.'" queried a lis I tene,, 'Xot Jie took a sudden dislike tos meat of any kind ami gave up eating, it. Itnt he could not tell himself what caused the change in his appetite,''1' i "My w ife can never cat an oyster," said one present, "without her tad breaking out with purple spots aohtf.ev a.s dimes. She feels no uneai-.iness, bid naturally dries not like to be Sylfr:d" likeaptird." i ' "T w as accuainted with a woman rmt west," said another of the party, "who bij out with prickly heat whericce-r-she saw or tasted goat's milk , cheese. Her husband brought some iiuotha t house and hid it in a cupboard. Win n she atiproached it she began to shH-o?-and declared that she felt the strang-a prickly sensation." " 'If I did not know that there wm no cheese in the house 1 should thinlc it w as that,' she said, and then her husband hus-band acknowledged that he had dottp it to test her. The physiological effect f-atitied him that it was not iu the bit-Kiaii..n.'-- lJoti-r.lt I'-ree Tress.