A correspondent from Berlin, Conn., writes:

" I have been querying of late what course our law makers will take when next they meet, in regard to the law about carrots and Canada thistles. No attention is paid to the present law by the majority of the people, and it does not beget respect for law to have plain, specific directions remain a dead letter on the statute book".

We do not know what more anyone could expect. If our correspondent will examine the back numbers of the Gardener's Monthly, he will find that we have always opposed these en" actments as silly in the extreme.