Tho Postmaster-General biuj iaaned thofollowüig order: Ameiiding seetion 103 of the regulations of the Ppstoffl.ee Department by striking out tho words, "And the subscription must be tor not lessthan three months," in the seventh and eighth lines, so as toread asfoHows: Sec. 108. A regular subscribar is a penen who has actually paid or uudertaken to pay a BobtcrintioQ price for a uewKpapcr, TOxgvxme, or other periodical, or -for whom neh p;iviucnt haa boeu mado or uiwlertakcn to b UJ 8omeotUcrpei-Bon;butm the h-Aivv ras.. ,■,. pavmont nuiHt havo been mado or im-lnt ■ U. i witk the coiweut or at the previo.. roquost ol the peréöö to whom mk-1. 'ff' or periodical i Hent. A. pcreou to who. m. uch publication is Bent vrtthont hta ...mm, o, re(iuetÍH not a rotular subscriber witlun tho „('uling of the law; and ëoubte Wnriflat rtoa of postage will be eliarged on 1 pubheationii before deñveiy. Iniifoot-noteadarcssod to Postawstem, tho Postmiisterjieneiivl skys; "Postumsters will observe that by this amenument of the 103d Bection of the ivSiilatin:s persons who are subaoriVx-rK to a newspaper or periodicals, as deiined in wie regulation, are to be rgaidcJ as regu ;ir Hubseribers -nithinthe intendnient of tbn postal laws, without regard t )the lengt li pi time of their subscription." WOBTH KnOWING.- It M WOrtll klKAVinRtliat if ouo volume of castor oil 1; dissolved in two or three volume of Kinrits of winc it will ïvjidor pape? transimiviit, aiul, the pint mpully wmpomting. thefcBperin n lVw nniiutrs liooomea üt for use. A drawing in pontdl „r Iiidiiiu iuk eau tlrn.s ho ültvde, nü il the paper íb placed in. ?pMto of wjno the oil is dissolvcd out, restoring thö paper to its .original condition.' Tlii;) is the diapovery of Hort Fuscher. Seth Green in heeded in England, wliere the American shul ia to hc nat iiriüized.