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A good liquid Club

--We gave in our last issue a mode of making a liquid glue, and we now off. another which was discover, and has been well tested and approved in this city, and is in all respects equal to, if not identical with, Spalding's. Dissolve good common glue in vinegar, in about equal portions, or, it is not desired to make it thin, three parts of glue to two of vinegar, and when thoroughly dissolved bottle and cork for use. If immediate use is needed let the vinegar be warm, when the solution will be complete in a few minutes. In all cases the vinegar should be of good strength and sharpness, and a few experiments will enable any reader to determine the exact proportion.--Charleston Courier.

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