We are gratified to learn from some friends at Upper Sandusky, Ohio, that our excellent contributor, as skilled in practical work as he is intelligent behind his pen, has been spending the spring and summer in designing and laying out a cemetery at that place, and that the result is "very beautiful and acceptable work, at a comparatively low cost." This is after all the true test of a skillful master of the art of gardening. There is nothing so dear as a cheap " bungler," and nothing more unsatisfactory when the work is done. We hope Mr. Harding will get more of the same sort this fall, to the profit of his own and to the interest of those who may employ him.