Takc two or three sniall haudfuls of walnut leaves, upou wnioh pour two or three more quarts of soft cold water ; let it infuse one night, and pour the wholo next moruing i uto a kettle, and let it boíl for a quarter of' au hour. - VVheu oold it will be fit fojr uso. Nu more is required tliau tó moisten with a sponge, niid, before the hor.se goes out of tlie stable, let thusö partg wbioh are the mist irritable be smeared over with the liquor, v!z., butween and upon the ears, the neck, tlie flank, etc. .Not oi.ly the lady or gentleman who rides out for pleasure will derive a benefit from the leavos thus prepared, but the coachman, the Wflgoflef, and ïll others who use horses during the hot mouths. - Prairie Farmer. 8, Thirty eotton gins were running lust week at Erooklyn, cleaning Sea Island eotton. Sis hundrod bales had been sold at auction, and six hundred more were nearly ready for sale. Within ten days one million pounds of unginued eotton had been reeeived, and another milliou pouuds wure ready for shipmeut from Port lloyal, S. C.