The wine Committee, at the exhibition of the Cincinnati Horticultural Society, reported that of two specimens of wine, one from grapes to which a special manuring ot potash had been given, the wine from the manure grapes was " bright, clear, and mellow, like an old wine." The other was declared to be less matured in all its qualities, nor was it clear. The gispes themselves, from the two portions of ground, were also presented to the committee. "Both were delicious and well ripened, but it was considered that those from the manured land were sweeter, and that the pulp was softer.”