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HOME HINTS AND HELPS.
Chocolate Snaps: One pound of sift
ed sufar, one pound of chocolate
grated, mix together; beat the white
of one efrg and stir into the sug-ar and
chocolate, continue to beat until it is a
ktiff paste. Snpar a white paper, Jrop
the paste on it with a small spoon and
! in a slow oren. Western KuraL
Xeiv Orleans Indian Bread: leat
two e;rrs very light and add them alter
nately with a pint of fine white meal
to a pint of sour milk or buttermilk;
beat a level teaspoonful of baking soda
into a little of the sour milk until it
foams: stir this in the batter, beat well
and bake in a quick oven. Countrv
lSaptist Dip: Roll some light dongh
v"-v thin, cut with a small bUcuil cut
t r r in squares with a knife. Fry in
In,, lard to a light brown, remove with
wire spoon and place in a colander that
no fat may remain on them. Prepare
cream or milk gravy as for common
toast and immerse the cakes. Orange
Date Teacake: One-half Jcapful of
butter, one cupful of sugar, one egg.
one cupful of milk, four cupfuls of
flour, salt, three teaspoonfuls of baking-powder.
Add last one cupful of
chopped dates. Bake in long, shallow
pans, and serve warm with butter, or
with a liquid sauce for dessert- Good
Potato Pie: Peel and grate one
large white potato into a disli, add the
juice and rind of one lemon, the beaten
white of one egg, one teacup of white
sugar, one cup cold water; pour this
into a nice under crust and bake; when
done have ready the beaten whites of
three eggs, half cup powdered sugar,
flavor with lemon, spread on the pie
and return to the oven to harden.
Egg-plant Preserve: This unioue
delicacy is very fine, and has the merit
of being easily prepared. Pare and cut
into slices half an inch thick, add
pound for. pound of sugar, and let it
stand over night. Next morning put
on over a rather slow fire, let it come
to a boil, and cook slowly for several
hours, until the slices are transparent.
This very much resembles fig preserves,
and is a good substitute. Good House
keeping. To Clean a Carpet: The carpet be
ing first well shaken and free from
dust, nail it down to the floor: then
mix half a pint of bullock's gall with
two gallons of soft water; scrub the
carpet well with soap and the gall
mixtare; when perfectly dry it will
look like new. as the colors will be re
stored to their original brightness.
The brush used must not be too hard,
but rather long in the hair, or it will
rub up the nap and injure the carpet
Borne Practice- In the Work Which Should
By popular custom housecleaning is
postponed in the spring till after the
winter fires are put out. On most sea
fcons this is too late. Every house
after the long shut-in .period of winter
needs a thorough reorganizing and
special cleaning. This should be done
before warm days, and ought to be
commenced as early as the middle of
April, or as soon as the windows can
be kept freely open while the rooms
are being cleaned. Fires ought to be
continued some time after houseclean
ing to thoroughly dry out the house,
even if the weather is so warm that
windows must be kept open for com
fort. It is seldom safe to do away with
winter fires before the middle of May in
this locality, unless the living
rooms of the family are provided
with fireplaces for use during the
spring and fall months. The common
practice of cleaning house, scrubbing
paint and floors, hastily replacing car
pets without fires to dry out the house,
is to be strongly condemned. It is an
invitation to miasmic colds and all the
discomforts that come in their train.
The sensible housekeeper beffius by
cleansing her garret aad then looks
over the cellar, and sees that both the
cellar and all buildings near ihe house
are thoroughly cleansed and white
washed before the general cleaning of
the living apartments of the house.
All closets und stowaway places are
uext attacked, and every place where
moth or buffalo bug may lurk must be
looked over. The bedsteads must be
taken apart and dusted and filled
with Persian insect powder, mere
ly as a precautionary measure.
ibis work should be :onc as
early as possibles in April, as during
this month all insect life revives, and is
hatched out for the season. If precau
tions are taken to rid the house of
pests of this kind thus early in the sea
son, there will be little trouble after
ward. A month later the buffalo bug
has gone into a papa state, and has ac
complished all the mischief he is like
ly to do for the season, and other in
sects have become abundant enough to
offer a formidable resistance to ordi
nary methods of extermination.
If this preliminary cleaning is done
thoroughly and other rooms of the
house are cleaned, one by one, as it is
convenient, housecleaning need not be
the affliction it so often is. It is true,
where there is a large amount of whit
ing and painting, it is often necessary
to tear up several rooms at once
in order to have the work done at a
cheaper price by the job, but, except
where this is the case, it is far better
to do one, or at most two rooms, at
once, and settle these completely be
fore going further. It is true that carpet-cleaners
like to have a large amount
of work at once, but they . do their
work by the yard, so it is just as cheat'
to have the carpets cleaned by the
room instead of by the house, as so
often done. The first method can be
pat in force without any break in the
regular family life, and those who arc
not immediately interested iu the work
will hardly realize what has been ac
complished, -except by1 the resfllt,r,The
other method interferes' more or less
with the comfort of every member of
household, and has brought the season
of house-cleaning under the just baa
of man. N. Y. Tribune
This Part ut tteekeeprne; Bat Been Re.
dared to Science.
All insects, as rwell as the anneal
kingdom, says the Iowa Homestead,
have some means of reproducing their
like, that their rai-e mar not lie-
come extinct. Xature and their in
6tinct have taught them how. and the
time of season when all elements and
solar heat can assist them lnjst. Per
haps the wisest and most intelligent
of insects is the honev lee- In mid
winter, when the mercury drops down
to fifteen and twenty below z?ro. they
are making preparations to multiply
their race in a wise and cunning way.
Before the solar heat can assist them
they begin, first by using only a small
space of comb, perhaps not larger in
diameter than a quarter dollar and not
containing more than fifty cells, and
then directly on the opposite side of
the comb the same amount of eggs are
depositeiL If the cluster is large
enough the opposite comb is used in
the same way. Sow, after the eggs
are hatched into grubs and the temper
ature of the hive will permit, the circle
will be enlarged and perhaps an adjoin
ing comb used. This process is con
stantly repeated every twenty-one
days, every time enlarging the circle.
The queen is not so particular when
the days begin to warm up and the
solar heat ci.n assist them. The entire
hive will soon be used to multiply their
number: but the population itself is not
sufficient to divide themselves into col
onies, unless all things are favorable.
They will not divide themselves into
colonies, be they ever so numerous. In
my grandfather's time the population
of the colony was a sure sign of the
colony casting a swarm, and many a
day, week and perhaps month was
faithfully watched for the east, but all
in vain. But in these days all enter
prising bee-keepers can tell the very
condition of the colony and whether
they are preparing to swarm within
eight days or not by simply opening
the hive. An expert can tell by ob
serving the motion of the bees without
making an examination inside. An
expert can also force the colony
to cast a swarm at his com
mand without dividing. A colony
of bees, in their normal condi
tion to cast a swarm, must con
sist of one good, prolific queen, from
sixty to eighty thousand workers and
a few hundred drones. Xext, there
must be a continuous flow of nectar tc
lie gathered, and the bees must have a
daily gathering of honey and pollen of
from one to five pounds. To bring out
a natural prime swarm it must continue
for ten to twenty days, as this is essen
tial for the queen to develop to her full
laying capacity. She must lay from
two to three thousand eggs daily for a
certain length of time to have the col
ony in noriual condition to cast a prime
swarm. Brood must be in all ages,
from the egg to the maturing bees
and the queen must use all the comb in
the hive and all things must le favora
ble in the field. If all these things ex
ist you may look for your bees to
swarm, but if they do not you do your
watching in vain.
A MOVABLE HENNERY.
How to Make Poultry Plc-k l'p a Ltvlnc
on Stulilile Field.
On stubble fields there is often a
good deal of fcxxl which if the fowls
could be induced to forage sufficiently
would amount to a considerable quan
tity of feed. In some countries the
young, growing fowls are housed in a
small, lightly constructed building on
wheels, of a weight not too heavy for
a horse to draw, and of a size to ac
commodate from 50 to 70 chickens.
MOVING THE POfLTItT HOUSE.
The birds are quartered in it and
drawn to the field, where they are feil
once or twice in the house to accustom
them to it. Then they are supplied
with plenty of water and turned upon
the stubble, changing them about to
fresh forage as often as they seem to
require new ground, to find sufficient
of the fallen grain. If the house be
built of half-inch matched boards, it
will be found light enough to be moved
easily, and will prove quite a saving in
feed from year to year. During the
winter months, when other more im
portant work is not pressing, time may
be put to good advantage by construct
ing such a movable poultry house
If seed is carefully selected it will
not run out. If it is not, it will.
The corn crop is an important one,
not only for its grain but for its fodder.
Take the boy into some sort of part
nership with you, and allow him every
cent or share that the contract calls tor.
The farmer who carefully saved his
seed corn at husking last fall took the
first important step toward getting a
good crop in 195.
The boy that is made to work like a
slave for his board and lodging, will
likely be one of those funny boys who
will want to leave the farm.
Becavse the father was compelled to
work himself almost to death when he
was young is no sort of reason why his
child should be made to work himself
nearly to death. Farmer's Voice.
Cnsonnd Hones In France
The French law enumerates the vari
ous forms of unsoundness to which a
horse is liable, and provides that an
animal found to be suffering from any
of these within nine days after its sale
may be returned to the seller. Such a
law iu this country would do much to
protect buyers; and it would also be
welcome to the reputable metv who r
engaged in selling horses.
A WAE ECHO.
Every Honorable Veteran Da
ssrves His Pension.
And the Lone Limb Ts riot the Only
Rci.scn for a Government Re
From Jorrnal. LewistonAle.1
Samuel it. Jordan has just given the Jour
nal uu Kccuaat of his life, wuich iu view of
his exirj n j:y hard lot for the past lew
years v.-.ii ijc r'-ad witu interest.
'i aai 45.ve.irs old and have always lived
in New Portland. I enlisted in the annv in
1 so:, as a private in Company A, 2Sth Mo.
Voiuiiteei-s. "y army ex;erienee injured
aiyhca!tat-si a?cx: ?at, althoughl worked
at blaclCHinithiug some part of the time.
when suddenly, several years apro, I was
prostrated v.'ltii what able p'.iysi'-iuus pro-
noum-eJ Loc:noi, r Ataxia. At erst I could
pet around si.:neivhat yet the disease pro
gressed quite rapidly unlil I had hardly any
feeling mm v legs and feet, they felt like
sticks of wood and I grew so much worse
that I could not move for three years with
out help, us my neichbors and friends could
testify. I employed several physicians in
my vicinity, and elsewhere, and they all
told me that medicines would not help me,
that they louUl do nothiug to effect a cure
and that In lime I should become entirely
helpless. 1 became discouraged. I was a
greut care to my wife and friends. Shortly
after I met an old ar.ny c mrade, Mr. AIL
Parlin, -a resident of Madison, Maine, and
he incidentally mentioned how he had tried
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills fora severe cased
rheumatism and a spinal and malarial
trouble, that he had suffered with conse
quent of his array life, and had been great
ly benelited bv their use. Bv his earnest
recommendation I was induced to try tli
pills. After taking them for a time 1 began
to feel prickly sensations in my legs and a
return of strength so I could move them a
little. After a few weeks I began to feel a
marked improvement in niv condition.
soon was enabled to walk around a little
with the help of crutches. After taking
for some time I can now walk without
crutrhcts, my eronei-.il heuitU is much im
proved aud 1 hiive regained my old-timed
vigor. 1 c:m walk about and enjoy life
onee more, for which I feel very thankful.
and this happy result is duo to the use of
Ur. Williams Vmli nils. '
Dr. Williams' l'iuk I'iils for Pale People
arc not a patent medicine in the sense that
name implies. They were first compounded
cs a prescription and used as such in gen
eral practice by an eminent physician. ro
t-reai. " iu lauir euicucy tiiui iu was uccmeu
wise to place them w'ithin the reach of all.
They are now manufactured by the Dr.
Williams' Medicine Cou.pauv. Schenectady.
N. Y.. and are sold in boxes (never in loose
form by the do?en or hundred, and the pub
lie- arc cautioned atrainst numerous imita
tions sold in this shape i at .V) rents a box. or
six lo;: s lor 2 ;H, ami mav be bad oi all
druggists or direct bv mail from Dr. Wil
liams' Medicine Company.
A MUSICAL MELANGE.
Mmk. Calve has won gre at success at
It costs fifteen dollars to change the
tunes of a street organ.
Pianists in Munich must close their
windows while they arc performing.
If thev neglect to do so, a policeman,
or v. neighbor, or a pedestrian steps in
and warns them.
A SEW opera, based on Walter Scott's
"Kenihvorth," the music by Iiruno
Oscar Klein, lately organist of St. Fran
cis Xavicr's church, in Xew York, has
been produced with great success at
The widow of Richard Wagner Is
causing much comment by her growing
eccentricities. She recently composed
five poems in honor of her son Sieg
fried's five dogs, and recited them at his
Camii.i.e Wai.zkl. who under, the
pseudonym of F. Zell wrote the lib
rettos for many of Yon Suppe's, Strauss'
and Genee's operettas, died recently in
Yienna. lie was the author of "Fasin
itza,"' "Koscaccio." "The Beggar Stu
dent." "The Merry War" and "A Xight
in Venice," and translated many of Of
fenbach's operas into German.
RrnixsTElx's will has been proved at
St. Petersburg. Two houses valued at
S175,"(0 and his author's rights were to
be held in individual possession by his
widow, his son and his married daugh
ter. The heirs agreed to partition the
author's rights, except for the opera,
"The Demon," being assessed at only
$300 a year.
"La Jacquerie." a grr.nd opera left
unfinished by the late Edouard Lalo,
composer of "Le Roi d'Ys." and com
pleted by M. Coequard, has been given
with great success at Monte Carlo. The
piny gives many opportunities for sce nic
effect, which were made the most of by
the director, M. Gunsburrj. who was
formerly manager of the Meiningen
Tf.s editors are members of the Eng
There are twenty-live women run
ning country papers in Kansas.
A Spaxisii paper in the Pyrenees
regularly suspends publication in hot
Oxe undoubted Americanism has
taken firm root in England; the Times
has adopted "gerrymandering."
Is order to foster British commerce
with Japan the British Trade Journal
has determined to issue a regular
quarterly edition in Japanese and to
print and publish it in Japan.
All the Year Rouxd. Charles Dick
ens' paper, after an existence of thirty
six years, has come to an end and is
swallowed up by Household Vv'ords,
which was started in 1S.10 end in
corporated with All the Year Round for
Longmans, of London, are starting a
new magazine for sports, to be called
the Badminton Magazine, which will
also contain "fiction which possesses a
more or less pronounced savor of sport."
The editor will be Mr. Alfred Watson,
who assisted the duke of Beaufort in
diting the Badminton Library.
SPARKS FROM THE CABLE.
Endeavors are now being made in
England to establish the Scbbatica
year, one year's rest in seven, for
Lisbon will have a great festival next
June to commemorate the seven hun
dredth anniversary of Saint Anthony,
of Padua, who was bora there in llSti.
Berlin ranks as the healthiest city in
The steamship City of Paris keeps up
steam with the aid of fifty-four furnace
The women of Morocco never cele
brate their birthdays, and few of them
know their ages.
Powdered glass is now used to make
sandpaper. The glass is pulverized by
heating it red hot and throwing it into
The condor is the largest bird in ex
istence. Some of those shot in the
Andes had a spread of wing of 18 to 20
TnE sound of a bell can be heard
through the water at a distance of 45,200
feet. Through the air it can be heard at
a distance of only 456 feet.
"As BLIXD as a mole" is not a sensible
comparison, as the mole is possessed of
good eyesight, although its eyes are
very small about the size of a mustard
TnE observance of Lent is one of the
oldest customs among Christian nations.
It is, in fact, a custom of such antiquity
that its beginning is involved in ob
DON'TS FOR THE WHEELMAN.
Dos't wear a clown's costume. It
generates facetious comment.
Dox'T boast of your day's record. The
race is not always to the swift.
Dos't notice small dogs that chase
the wheel. A snub and dust discour
Dos't put your shoulder to the wheel.
People will think you a professional in
Dos't try to pass every vehicle on the
road. Chesterfield said it is vulgar to
be in a hurry.
Dos't think the one you belong to
Is the only bicycle club of any conse
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l -; . i i : j i .
nmuc.ia, iiver uuu uoweis. pmciiuug
fevers, headaches and other forms of siek-
iic-39. r ui saic; iu .iu ix;u!.3 auu unities i; v
-11 i 1:
So jot in nature is so sublimely affecting
as the joy of a mother at the good fortuuo
of her child. Richtcr.
Until the Fort
Arainst a bilious attack bv callinc to vonr
aid thut puissant allv. Hostetter's Stomach
Hitters, l lie toe will then be driven back
utterly defeated. Dyspepsia, sicli headache.
malarial, kidney, nervous and rheumatic
trouble and constipation yield to the action
of this most beneficent of remedies. Take
it regularly and you will soon experience its
A M.X mav smile and smile, but if he
doesn't yuit uo will see suakes. Texas Sitt
Xew Youk. May , IW.
CATTLE Native Steers t 4 7b 7b & W
COTTON M Milling r X
r LOUIS Wimer wheal. I "5 & I S
WHEAT No. 2 Ited f7Vit Wi?
COKS-Xa i .W KJ,
UATS Na 2. U
POliK New. Mess. 13 bu IUW
lit-tvi-s Kancv leer it 8 V)
Mcilinm 4 &!l A a fja
HOGS Fair to Select 4 so 4 H
SlitEP Fair to Choice - 3 25 4 so
FL.OUU Patents 3 SO 6s S 30
Fancy to Kxlni do.. 26) 3 10
WHEAT-N'li ?Rp,1 IVinlnr til 6 M
OOHN-No. 8 Mixed 47 47v,
OATS-No. 2 SSIa
KYK No.2 ft. sa 69
i'OUACCO Lurs 3 00 lift 8 00
L,c:if linrlHV 4 50 6A 12 ()
HAY Clear Timothy V 00 1150
lIL'TTKi: ChoiceDairy 11 14
K.W.S Fresh .... Cn 10
POKK Standard Mess (New), li z5 13-37H
BACON Clear itib 6ii'i
LAUD Prime Steam fa
CATTLE Shipping. 4 7S 6 25
HOGS Fair to Choice 4 60 4 9"
rltfcF Fair to Choice 3 fr dfl 4 SO
FLOUK Winter Patent.... 2 W 3?)
Spring Patents. 3 25 3 75
WHEAT No.2 Spriuie C7Vo 68
No Sited. Kl.a 64
CORN No. 2 4PVi
OATS No.2. 2v?ii 2S3i
POKK. Mess (new).. 12 UO 12 10
CATTLE Shipping Steer..... 4 70 CS 5 SO
tii..T ah tirades 4 2o 70
WHEAT No. 2 ited 65 ,
OATs No. 2 27'4'
COK. .No. 2 45
FLOUR HlghGrade 3 23 ffj 3 50
COKN No. 2 S3
OATS Western. :i5
HAY Choice 15 51 16 5-1
POItK New Mess 12 75
UACON aides 64 7
COTTON Mmdiinir. C 6!
WHEAT No. 5 Ked. 69 70
UOKN No. 2 Mixed 4'4 'S
ATS No. 8 Mixed SHift
POItK New Mess 12 50 13 00
UACON Clear Kib 1H
COTTON Middline 6
On firrt introd acinar this world-famed medi
cine to the afflicted, and for man? venn there
after, it was sold under a Positive Guarantee
of piving entire sat is faction in every ccse for
which it is recommended. So uniformly suc
cessful did it prove in curing; the diseases, de
rangements and weaknesses of women thst
claims for the return of money paid for it were
exceedingly rare. Since its manufacturers can
now point to thousands of noted cures effected
by ifc in every part of the land, they believe its
pat record a sufficient fruarantee of its great
value as a curative a rent, therefore, thev notv
rest its claims to the confidence of the afflicted
solely upon that record. By all medicine dealers.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
JOHN CARLE SONS, New Yark.
3 IS.. flLSTT-l IraA
She did not like her bonnet,
For. as she eayly (sped.
She noted that it did not tarn
A single person s head.
Chicago Inter Ocean.
Whan Ton Want a Thrasher.
Horse Power. Swinging or Wind Stacker.
Saw Mill, Self Feeder, or an Engine, ad
dress the J. L Case T. M. Co., Racine, Wis.
They have the largest Threshing Machine
plant in the world, andtheirimplements may
be relied upon as the lient. Business estab
lished lM'-i. illustrated catalogue mailed free.
Tagleioh "I wonder why lightning
never strikes twice iu the same place!''
Wagleiirh "Weil, you can't generally find
the place." Puck.
I am entirely cured or hemorrhage o
lungs by Fiso's Cure tor Consumption.
JjOL'isaitnuajlix, tiettiaay,Jio., Jan. b, 'vi.
We should auietlv hear both aides.
If you have
Cr any other pain, you don't take
yeara ago n pagan to mu pain, ana
C-LOOK FOR THIS
-IT IS ON-
BEST SCHOOL SHOE"
S to 7-$l.00 g 11 to 13X-II.50
8 to 10- 1.25 1 to 3 - 1.75
IF YOU CAN'T GET THEM FROM YOUR
DEALER WRITE TO
HAMILTON-BROWN SHOE CO,,
Beecham's pills are for bilious
ness, bilious headache, dyspepsia,
heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness,
sick headache, bad taste in the
mouth, coated tongue, loss of
appetite, sallow skin, etc., when
caused by constipation ; and con
stipation is the most frequent
cause of all of them.
Go bv the book. Pills ioc and JSC a
box. Book FREE at your druggist's or
write B. F. Allen Co., 365 Canal Street,
Annual sale more taaa (.000.000 bezea.
HOST PERFECT KNIFE HIDE
This rspraMsMUi PEKT 8EBKATEO MXm
slag " I I1? amm aae aatkst-plal.il. Ask
TSKT Snl w 20b for Siaslt Lite.
SPEBY CUTLERY CO-Sa
t w - -rm lh i s in km nm tsm hi i i
Razzle "Old Roak, despite his habits,
appears to be a well-preserved man." - Daa
zle "Yes, you know since he lost bis money
he has been kept in brandy by bis friends.'
Since 1861 1 have been a
great sufferer from catarrh.
I fried 'y' Cream Balm
and to all appearances am
aired. Terrible headaches
from which 1 had long suf
fered an qoiu.W. J.
Hitchcock, Late Major V.
S. VoL & A. A. Gen.,
Buffalo, X Y.
ELY'S CREAM BALM
Openiandcleanwt tbeNual Pamee. Allayt Pala
tini Inflammation. Heal tbe tkirea. Protect tin
Membrane from eold. Kemorea the tiensen of Tatw
ami Smell. The Balm laqnicklf absorbed and kItm
relief at once.
Apartlelelitapplledlnto eaeb noatrt! and Is acno -able.
Price SO cents at Dnipffist or hj mnll.
BLT BHOTHBHS. 36 Warren Street. Mew York.
cheaces with St. Jaecb Oil, for twenty
u s oeen pain-aumng ever auiee.
WALTER BAKER & GO.
The Largest Manufacturers of
PURE, HIGH GRADE
CGCOAS AflO CHOCOLATES
On this CaeUnmU haT twnwd .
istrial and Fooi
In Europe and America-
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SOLD BY OROCCRt EVERYWHERE
WALTER BAXER 4 CI DORCHESTER, MASS.
BEST IX THE WORLD.
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THE RISING SWT
STOVE POLISH ia.
cakes (or general
blacking' of a stove.
THE SUN PASTE
POLISH for a q trick
applied and poU -iahed
with a cloth.
Morse Broa Prop Canton. Haaa, U.S. A., .
DAVIS HANS OR PC WEB
OsaHhird am Sutter and of alias,
quality thaa by other ksova sjstsaM, .
SAVES KONCY AND LABOR '
isOT from 1 to MM Oovs. Paanalot .
Mailed Free-. Agenta Wanted .
DaVIS Earner 8LDQ. AND UTO.
CO, Sola lUnafaetarsrs, Cbloago, 111. .
DlfWfM re; at r bices ta sen trthm.
DlU I ULUW Ta MCrawfcrd ieaa sua tm.
(asiauwd. Klinor carafsllj deaa. t fl TC
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ratMi win-ma ABVKamaaTKa ruiw:
ssaao Uata fas aa aha AliaillnaiiaS sa ttsaa