pondene oí field iuies gives tno 101lowing: - Muple molasses, vvell made up and put íd cans right from the -kott!e, and hermetically sealud, as you would can anH soal fniits, will keep aa fresh as when first boiled from the sap, and this is decidedly the best plan ior keeping, as when made in cakes, if exposed to the air, it will lose somewhat of the peculiarly delightful flavor lor whioh it is so prizod, and is often injured by insects. All this ia obviated by canuing while hot. To many families who do not make on a large 6cale, thia need be but little expense, as the cans that have been emptied through the winter can bo used until autuinn fruiU demand them again. Put np your best in this wny. When large quantities are made for market, the buyers must select and can for th3tneelves.