I saw a big three horse dray in Fourteenth street the other day, the driver of which I admired very much. He was backing the track down, and before him was the trio of powerf nl, gray, half-bred Percherons. He used his reins merely to give the direction of the desired swing to his horses, and for this a tonch sufficed. Then he would speak to them, and they would move as he wished, most intelligently. When they backed the reins lay idle and loóse, a mere "Come back here!" being snfficient! Any man who has the sense to manage horses in this fashion is a man worth knowing. - New York Telegram.