What Woold lis re a. In th good old days when w war j greatly pestered by the neighbor's sow or mule, or bull, or dog, Invading onr premise snd taking unwarranted lib ertlea, w loaded the old shotgun with powder and fat meat, and after serving serv-ing due notice upon said neighbor, , snd said notice being Ignored, aet out to uphold the first law ot nstur self-defense. self-defense. The amount of execution that can ba don by a wad of fat meat on top of a good charge of powder pow-der Is amusing. Wherever It strikes, hair and bide disappear. It seldom, It ever kills,' but liavea scars that time does not obliterate. The fnt being salty cause excruciating pain which lingers long In memory, and th stricken animal doea not offend ngaln, A tallow candle can be abut through a two-Inch ouk board without Injury , to the candle. In like manner, a tallow tal-low bullet, If driven by a sufficient chame of powdir would penetrate a man's body and grenae him so well Internally that ho would not care to go dueling again. A glancing shot would plow only furrows in th skin. New York Press.