Makes Caiks of Cordwood. A resident at Guelma, In Algeria, has taken out a patent for tho manufacture manu-facture of casks In corkwood. An Interior In-terior coating isolates tho contents from contact with tho cork. A barrol of olevou gallons weighed thirty pounds instead of eighty pounds, which 1b tho weight of a wooden cask of tho samo capacity. Cork being a bad conductor of heat and cold the necessity of adding nlcohol for the preservation of wino would bo un- yicccBsary, nnd tho liquid would no uigcr bo sujhjcct to tho fluctuation ol empcraturo.ten- warm climnttf? those -,ksUtro uiuUtor-jsosofituifl. Ing on tho freight exponso would also bo obtained, (considering a cork barrel bar-rel weighs tMo-thlrd8 less than o wooden one. Tho Influence of hont can not warp tho staves, cousoquont-iy cousoquont-iy tho hoops remain In Dlaco. .