In some tbree horseeveners the swing is so great tnat oue horse eau lag and throw most of the weight on the other two. In others this is overeóme by fasteniug the whiffletrees to a rigid bar, which is also objectionable. Rural New Yorkor calis attention to the plan illustrated, in which the whiffletrees have considerable play, yi;t a single horse cannot take advantage of this to lag behind, for the ohains connected with rods in the wheels and with the harness and shafts hold them where they belong. The picture is simple cnongh for any one to understand. Notice how the reins are fastened.