In Randolph ; Connty I saw the operatjon of manufacturing tnolasses from corn stalk.- The mili for grinding nnd pressing the stalks. was so simple in its construclion, tÃmt almos any farmer can make one. It consiits Of tliret upright, smooth cyÃ¼ndere, about ttfofeet long and oue foot in diameter.heorly or quite touching each other. From the middle one ascends an uprighl shoft, to the top of which a sweep is ttnchel and ni'oved by a horSe, similor to a eider mili. The two out6ide cylinders are turncd by coga in the muidle one. p Six gallons of liquor yield one gallon of syrup. Every farmer mny now make hia own molasRes. Sinco writing the above I have had the hnppiness to witness another experiment in the ranniifÃ¼'clure of molnsses from corn 6ialks. The oxperiment was entirely successful, prodiicing good uiolasses: as clear and us pleasant to the tiiste, f not more so than the soulhern. As in the other experiment, six gallons of liquor yieldod one gallon of eyrup. The syrup nt present is in a state of granulation. It has been standing about o week; the grain is alreody formed 'n considerable quantities, 60 Ihat no doubt remains of the formation of eu-.