An English journal says that an old Saxon has been using, for filty years, and with per fect success, a remedy for the bite of mad dogs, by the agency of which " he has rescued many fellow-beings and cattle from the fearful death of hydrophobia." The remedy is to wash the wound immediately with warm vinegar or ttipid water, dry it, and then apply a lew drops of muriatic acid, which will destroy the poi son of the saliva, or neutralize it, and the cure is effected. " The Corner Stone," Columbus, Ga., has a sensible artiele on the trip of the Ericsson to Alexandria The Editor says," to our mind it Jthe Ericsson] is a dead failure."