In this way several braces could lie run each day under one volunteer and one paid judge, the brace lieing run in different directions, the last round and final heats to be run under and decided by the paid judges.

Descartes suggested that it was perhaps the seat of the soul; and though this idea, of course, could not be enter- tained, no suggestion even plausible had been made. Richards will enter his point- er Miranda, Mainspring — Beauty. In this matter we can only j reason by analogy, as, unfortunately, the micro-organism of distemper has not been described as yet; but our knowledge of I other infectious diseases justifies us in : thinking Mr. In the first place he gratuitously iissumes that the bacteria themselves are incapable of communicating the disease they cause. The work of the judges was well done, for the kind, but in the hue and cry raised by exhibi- tors and the press, the show officials and the public have the American opinion of that saiue I';nglish method. Vmerican | and Fuglish shows are not to a common purpose. Klll TOH FANCIKRS' Ji MKNAI., After a successful season of breetling iib-cnitf* tlif» irrcfit nttifviiiit of \^'et weiith^r* our fanciers are getting ready for the Fall and winter campaign.

Its function has long teen a puzzle to physiologists. John White, of Bridgeport, is also going South, and will try to gain the vic- torj- in the all-age pointer stakes with: Woolten Game. The spores hidden away in some deep cracks remain there, perhaps for years, ready to come to life again as soon as they are provided with moisture necessary to their existence. He concedes that distemper, in common with certain other infectious diseases, has its origin in bac- terial life, and then denies that destruc- tion of the bacterial life in i|uestion can be a means of preventing the (Iistem})er disease. An instance of the abuse of the "no-ap- Our readers will remember the ajipeal Because a week did not suffice for the ji Klging at the winter show in Buflalo, it does not follow that ten days will be re- quired under another management. American shows but the Fuglish method of com- l)arison, that is, such work as was done at ' the Palace and is acceptable to luiglish exhibitors while at home, wotdd not lie tolerated by . There ] was the Bridgton show of last year when, owing to close (|uarters, the darkeneil and short show time, the Iviiglisb method of comjiarison w:is ailopled.

This dog in addition to being up to high class show form is a wonderful pi-r- fonner in the field.

Cabinet photographs by Schreilier, ol Max, Othello, Dude, Don Roderick, Bessie- and Yesta, 25 cents each.

As one interested in this subject I should much like to have the opinion of those thinking of entering their dogs in the all-day race, Pke-Cke, 8 TPHE FANCIERS* JOURNAL POULTRY. There never was an Autuinii in which the interest in poultry and pigeon was so keen or so j^eneral, and never a fair sea- son when so many were preparing to enter to win.

The one dog, if they only have one contesting, may hap- pen to l)e taken sick, go off its nose or 111 other ways be not itself, but this the summary would not record, ami thus a kennel whose owner goes to the expense and trouble of getting together a nuniljer of dogs for the purpose of winning these public events might have its colors lower- ed by a dog that would not lie the equal of several others belonging to the kennel of which the beaten dog in question was one. I-lvery bird is to be scored, and for first prize must be 90 or over; for second at . For pigeons the prizes are #2 jier pair; $t, for collections. The entries at Allentown close , Scp- tenil)er 24 at noon. The entry is free and the or- der for coops must be received by Sep- tember 15 or exhibitors take the chance of getting jjlace. and no protest will be entertained uulc;i.s signed by the majoritv of the exhibitors in the class. Americans are #5 and f.2 for each fowls and chicks; ])en I5 and 5,v In all others they are #2 and

The one dog, if they only have one contesting, may hap- pen to l)e taken sick, go off its nose or 111 other ways be not itself, but this the summary would not record, ami thus a kennel whose owner goes to the expense and trouble of getting together a nuniljer of dogs for the purpose of winning these public events might have its colors lower- ed by a dog that would not lie the equal of several others belonging to the kennel of which the beaten dog in question was one. I-lvery bird is to be scored, and for first prize must be 90 or over; for second at . For pigeons the prizes are #2 jier pair; $t, for collections. The entries at Allentown close , Scp- tenil)er 24 at noon. The entry is free and the or- der for coops must be received by Sep- tember 15 or exhibitors take the chance of getting jjlace. and no protest will be entertained uulc;i.s signed by the majoritv of the exhibitors in the class. Americans are #5 and f.2 for each fowls and chicks; ])en I5 and 5,v In all others they are #2 and $1 ; nothing for pens. The idea of having six to eight judges will doubtless be opposed, but as the final heats will come under the paid judges this seems to me worthy of consideration, lyimiting the entries of each owner to one dog will certainly meet with the dis- approval of owners of large kennels, who probably have five or six tlogs ready to battle for the honors. STABLIW1IE1 1874, THE FANCIERS' GAZETTE, A Weekly Journal Devoted to Dogs, Pcmltry. It is evident if the number is not limit- ed, the time necessarj- to determine a race by one and the same set of judges would l)e too tedious and laborious. Limited, 54 to 57 Impe- rial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, Loudon, E. With the smattering of knowledge I possess on this scientific subject I am not competent to discuss the ideas suggested by the central orifice in the skull of the Chihuahua dogs or the hairless dogs of Mexico and China, but it seems to me that it is not lieyond the lounds of possibility to assume that these Mexican dogs antedate the glacial period, and that the little toy terriers cah lay claim to Ijeing the oldest breed of dogs in the world. Some of the Blue Blooded Pointers and Setters in Trainini; and the Names of their Trainers. King Leo's Lad, by King Leo out of a (»ladstntip bitch Denver, by Bridgeport out of Miss Elsie. My reply to this is that I purposely disinfected, inefficiently and efficientlv. Editor Fanciers' Journal : If we are to have an all-day race this fall, the promoters should lie getting down to business. Association : Our .\s.sociatioii is working lianl and with good results thus far to get the American Poultry .

||

The one dog, if they only have one contesting, may hap- pen to l)e taken sick, go off its nose or 111 other ways be not itself, but this the summary would not record, ami thus a kennel whose owner goes to the expense and trouble of getting together a nuniljer of dogs for the purpose of winning these public events might have its colors lower- ed by a dog that would not lie the equal of several others belonging to the kennel of which the beaten dog in question was one.

I-lvery bird is to be scored, and for first prize must be 90 or over; for second at . For pigeons the prizes are #2 jier pair; $t, for collections.

The entries at Allentown close , Scp- tenil)er 24 at noon. The entry is free and the or- der for coops must be received by Sep- tember 15 or exhibitors take the chance of getting jjlace. and no protest will be entertained uulc;i.s signed by the majoritv of the exhibitors in the class. Americans are #5 and f.2 for each fowls and chicks; ])en I5 and 5,v In all others they are #2 and $1 ; nothing for pens.

The idea of having six to eight judges will doubtless be opposed, but as the final heats will come under the paid judges this seems to me worthy of consideration, lyimiting the entries of each owner to one dog will certainly meet with the dis- approval of owners of large kennels, who probably have five or six tlogs ready to battle for the honors.

STABLIW1IE1 1874, THE FANCIERS' GAZETTE, A Weekly Journal Devoted to Dogs, Pcmltry. It is evident if the number is not limit- ed, the time necessarj- to determine a race by one and the same set of judges would l)e too tedious and laborious.

Limited, 54 to 57 Impe- rial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, Loudon, E. With the smattering of knowledge I possess on this scientific subject I am not competent to discuss the ideas suggested by the central orifice in the skull of the Chihuahua dogs or the hairless dogs of Mexico and China, but it seems to me that it is not lieyond the lounds of possibility to assume that these Mexican dogs antedate the glacial period, and that the little toy terriers cah lay claim to Ijeing the oldest breed of dogs in the world. Some of the Blue Blooded Pointers and Setters in Trainini; and the Names of their Trainers. King Leo's Lad, by King Leo out of a (»ladstntip bitch Denver, by Bridgeport out of Miss Elsie. My reply to this is that I purposely disinfected, inefficiently and efficientlv. Editor Fanciers' Journal : If we are to have an all-day race this fall, the promoters should lie getting down to business. Association : Our .\s.sociatioii is working lianl and with good results thus far to get the American Poultry .

||

The one dog, if they only have one contesting, may hap- pen to l)e taken sick, go off its nose or 111 other ways be not itself, but this the summary would not record, ami thus a kennel whose owner goes to the expense and trouble of getting together a nuniljer of dogs for the purpose of winning these public events might have its colors lower- ed by a dog that would not lie the equal of several others belonging to the kennel of which the beaten dog in question was one.

I-lvery bird is to be scored, and for first prize must be 90 or over; for second at . For pigeons the prizes are #2 jier pair; $t, for collections.

The entries at Allentown close , Scp- tenil)er 24 at noon. The entry is free and the or- der for coops must be received by Sep- tember 15 or exhibitors take the chance of getting jjlace. and no protest will be entertained uulc;i.s signed by the majoritv of the exhibitors in the class. Americans are #5 and f.2 for each fowls and chicks; ])en I5 and 5,v In all others they are #2 and $1 ; nothing for pens.

The idea of having six to eight judges will doubtless be opposed, but as the final heats will come under the paid judges this seems to me worthy of consideration, lyimiting the entries of each owner to one dog will certainly meet with the dis- approval of owners of large kennels, who probably have five or six tlogs ready to battle for the honors.

; nothing for pens. The idea of having six to eight judges will doubtless be opposed, but as the final heats will come under the paid judges this seems to me worthy of consideration, lyimiting the entries of each owner to one dog will certainly meet with the dis- approval of owners of large kennels, who probably have five or six tlogs ready to battle for the honors. STABLIW1IE1 1874, THE FANCIERS' GAZETTE, A Weekly Journal Devoted to Dogs, Pcmltry. It is evident if the number is not limit- ed, the time necessarj- to determine a race by one and the same set of judges would l)e too tedious and laborious. Limited, 54 to 57 Impe- rial Buildings, Ludgate Circus, Loudon, E. With the smattering of knowledge I possess on this scientific subject I am not competent to discuss the ideas suggested by the central orifice in the skull of the Chihuahua dogs or the hairless dogs of Mexico and China, but it seems to me that it is not lieyond the lounds of possibility to assume that these Mexican dogs antedate the glacial period, and that the little toy terriers cah lay claim to Ijeing the oldest breed of dogs in the world. Some of the Blue Blooded Pointers and Setters in Trainini; and the Names of their Trainers. King Leo's Lad, by King Leo out of a (»ladstntip bitch Denver, by Bridgeport out of Miss Elsie. My reply to this is that I purposely disinfected, inefficiently and efficientlv. Editor Fanciers' Journal : If we are to have an all-day race this fall, the promoters should lie getting down to business. Association : Our .\s.sociatioii is working lianl and with good results thus far to get the American Poultry .