-Vinegar ïog to a writer to the Geneseo Farmer, is cheaply made. We re-publish his recipe: "To eight gallons of rain water add three quarts of molaanes ; put ialo a gond cask ; shake well n few times, then add two or three spoonfuls of good yeast cakes. If in sumrner, placo the cask in the sun ; if in winter, near the ohimney, where it may bo warm. In ten or fifteen days add to the liquid a sheet of brown paper, torn in Btrips, dipped in rnolasses, and good Tinegar will be produced. The paper will, in thls way, form what is callcd the ' mother,' or life of vinegar."