There ia to be no road legislation in New York this year. In spite of all hearings and argumenta the country merubers are opposed to any change. Their fathers carried the grist to mili on horseback and they are willing to do the same. They say the roads are all right in good weather and -when the weather is bad it is best not to travel. A bilí had been arranged that placed half the cost of road improvement on the state, 85 per cent on the connty and 15 per cent on the locality benefited. It reduced the cost to districts to lesa than that attending the old "pathmaster" system. But it did not go, and as a result the era of decent roads will be put off another sessiou.'