Correspondence. Beaver. August 2, 1878. Editor Union: Allow me to comment a i little on ycur article in No, 4, entitled "the ! East ditch." You ask that the law may be enforced which allows the free passage of the water, &c. This is all very good. I jam in favor of all laws being enforced or repealed. The people should have the benefit of all good and "wholesome laws. If we have any bad ones, the best way to find out the fact, is to enforce them and let the result show the-jjecessity of a repeal. I suppose many citizens of your City, like inhabitants of other Towns and Cit ies, think the City Fathers and Police greatly at fault, and exclaim, "I never can get a clean drink of water. "Why don't they enforce the law ? It makes ample provisions." Now, my dear, persecuted friend, whoever you are, I feel very sorry for you, and will give you the probable cause of all your troubles,. It is, doubtless, doubt-less, because you have not been before your City Magistrate and sworn out a complaint, com-plaint, so that he could issue his warrant and have the offenders arrested and punished. punish-ed. ,cWhat J 1 prosecute niv neighbor? 1 thought that belonged to the Ciy Fathers and Police." That may do in la rye Cities' where the revenue will pay to have Poilce stationed all ovrrthe City; but, even Ihen. much depends upon th coinp;aints of the inhabitants. I do not wish to stir up litigat'on, but simply to place the responsibility where it belongs on the injured pnr.tie. A. BEAVERITE.