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'I'd MJ'I'iil W1 fifil (toil.) t 7 o'of-.f k. A j.tin'fnul itnj full min Unr Ii trncit!f dcirc'l. M, MfTff, Mtrr. A. K, nf.4Ptr.SVcV. A neatripr tu attc myiwg to uo through tl.e di8lri.!i;(j at tk Higr let, on Wtdno,j7 "ixl'l fon Into the Milfoo'l Lrid inJ injure J it to ruck an ni.-nt that trains cannot purs and a transfer, t.7 hunt, ol f.a4- p-fajfrrs tn-cMcnr. Tho bridge was t!iron ten fect out of lino, we onJorstanJ We publish with ploa-ure a notice of a call for a meeting of the ftoard of Pilot ConiiniHsioi.CTs for the loth Inst. Wo earnestly trust there will bo a full Board, and that measures looking to tue best interests of our harbor ill be adopted. Let all political, personal, or eclfiili considerations be lost sitfht of in dealing with the paramount question wlut ni'asures aro best in the interests of tho harbor and port of Pascagoufa ? We are indebted to senator Carter for a copy of tho "Guide to ilissis uippi," a pamphlet gotten up by the Commissioner of Iirmigration, pub lished by order cf the legislature. It shows the lands subject to sale by the Etate, in the different counties, also contains tariou essays on different auhjects, the most interesting of which ore the letters by Moderater, which have been published in the star. We have also received from same source the Report of the Auditor, and other Pub. Docs. Our Representative, W. A. Champlin,hus also favored us with documents. N.- 0. M. ,fc Tex. R. R. A change has occurred Intel in the management of tho N. 0. M. & Tex. Railroad. Mr. James R. Rajnor the first President, General Manager, and it may be said, tht builder of the road, baa now charge of it as trustee for the first mortgago bondholders. Under the regime of Mr. Saynor this road was justly considered the Pride of the South, as far at railroad ore concerned, aud it is his intention to make it merit iu former reputation, by improving at once its track and rolling stock. Mr. D. B. Robinson, late Asst. enperintendant, baa now full charge 88 General manager between New Orleans and Mobile. Mr. Allen, late superintendent has charge of the Western Division as Chief Engineer. Col. Fleet Cooper is all fixed up with the Eastern Jirgus at Brandon and proposes to make a lively and readable paper of it. Ho "endorses the wholesome doctrine that the blessings of government like the dews from heaven should fall upon tha poor and rich alike." lie also believes, be says "in justice and com mon sense, in frugality and industry, in progress and honesty." Uot can the Argus believe it "justice and common sense" (or the while owners of the soil to do all the tax-paying, and to bear all the bur -, . r ment, and tie ne- ' MODILie allies t. do all old all tueoffioea. nme end, er- work VTABBASnent, bnt wc . mocb as possible, published by Jlo, i roads to get . uertdon, and which succeeds the )!. pfKtfifn ft Ph r '' i'fi of th l.t'4;f.i h i.liii nltir4in ."h'Ti In. ,H4,-44'.i: IVnMrr-Kf White t, sgio Hiii'btti, Kuklm, aid murd 'fl of nezror l white, fortnr l the staple of hi arjumocil. and pipwii papr clipping cre hi evi lone He a!io aid f.ff r school homr hrl b rn burned in M .n:44;( pi rea"' knows all ate 111 1 tlio hurnin fifacho'i ho'ir. if the N. Y, '110, and the vo pie ol Mursippnny and WLippany villages of N'cw Jersey, may be le licve J, but ever) body knows what Pease said, who litis listened of late to tli grinding of tho "Southern outraso" mill. Thtirinsn of Ohio said a few wordj in rfply, which abott amounted to an assertion that Po.e lie J : Mr. Thiirman said the Senator had asserted that assassins and mur- lerers had apologists on this fl ior. flu deiiinndeJ that the Senator name the aiKiloj'ij't. Mr. IVaso said, perhaps ho should Qualify that statement. lie had not heard a Senator in his place a polo gize for murder aud ussnssinttion. but when .Senators on the Uepublica;) side spoke of these critnr ?, the Sena tors on the other sine had treated them lightly and snid it is your Radi cal outrage mill gotten up for politi cal purposes. when henators from tho houth naid the Associated Press in thut sec tion was invariubly in tho hands of the White League, etj., tho Senators on tho other tide paid no attention to the statement. Mr. Thurman said ho utterly do nied that there had been any member on the Democratic side who lind said one word by way of apology for as 8assina'.iou, and there was no founda tion for making such a oharge. Tho Democratic -Senato.s had de nounced exaggeration and falsehood ; when it camu lo bo a question of ve racity between tho Senator from Mis sissippi and the gentleman of the Associated Press, that Senator (Pease) mast allow tho Democratic Senators to reserve their judgment . The picture of Southern society was not to be drawn by clipping from newspapers. If ad-nauseam clippings were to be taken as the pic tare of society, there miht 'oe a pic ture of Northern society drawn in that way, which would make any man living north of the Potomao Rivor shudder. History was not to be tnado in that way, aud it was poor service for any man to do his coun try to stand up here as tha herald and compiler of all these acta which find recital ou hearsay in the daily pres of the country. The record made in this Senate was not to be a great police gazotte of the nation. The great question now engaging tho Senate could not be obtcui ed by all the clippings from newspapers that iudustry could possibly collect. Let us hbvb a Direct V otr Sundry bills have ccen introduced to reduce the expenditures of the State Government, and several test votes hava been taken. These are all well enough ; bat what is most wanted is a direct vote upon a bill to reduce the State tax from ten to four mills on the dollar, and to restrain the taxine power of the county adminia tratione. When a bill of this aort is pasocd, the Legislature can estimate the extent to which it can afford to make appropriations and keep them within thu limits of the state's in come. Let us have a sharply defined issue and a direct vote upon a sweeping redaction measure sd that the people may know who is for, and who against them, and what they are to depend upon. Clarion. The Paragraphic Joubxal is a spicy little paper, made np of pnngent j paragraphs and news condeuscd as ! 1 I" I, f- M4 l''f .44 M mt 'i'f.(f. thf tit '-' f'tr4.ft f lt I fl'-t J,fifl ' 1 ,4 4'4 11 l 0 ' (44 P. 4 f. n ' lit Ih Mf f.444) fnUy ' .' 4.' I ;,4 f.. 4 4t 0JKii iVl'lt S n.i'4 ff. U'r41 tl 4)!4I'. I 1 14 In., 1 i .f il., si l oV! (M4 fill, .411!, M in I if mflii -j, fl 1 i l pp, k 1 1 k i i ,( n n it h 'r.i r ( ffi II 'i!l.4, 1. 1 . fl ft l tt I i,.' ll, f I f I f thu 1.! . a a m h.ii wl.e h hi 4-i I, fil.U'ii M II 111 4i'h Oil I. 4 4,if v4n fir llii unif hi wi lifti n I if. wt A,"i't.i. fl 1 1 rin cvail il '')t.' J hiitit- lf t' ilnnkin liily 4hcu lirr, and appeared lo h if v 11117 , If fjut Hppli. 'l to l'ie!'(t'4 st.ihlo fur one of Pickett' fini iuule.4 a'nl a l.iiy, for three or fmir il.y, an'l was i-k.'J it dollar per div, hieh hu readily agreed to (jive; Mr, l'. then .nil he fireferiC'l lo let Ii in hare a -;i.J Jltt horse, at two and a half dol lars per day, which also niited him ; and he seemed so wiliin to pay Ihrse high prices that Mr. P. concluded that he would have to deposit $1jO hefon tu'iing tho hore, but this a.-pect of (ho H.T.iir did not coino de with his views, and hu trot away from theje sharppointed Picketts and plung id into Wells, and brought up a horse, on which he kit the (jay and festive scenes of many a drunken spree, lie was reciiiir.ed ty sevorol here 03 a Col. Trowbridge, who com mantled a negro legiment which was stationed at Mississippi City just after the turreuder. Wc append an .interesting account of the pursuit and capture of the thitf, taken from the fdobi'e Register: EXf lTrSO CHASE AFTER X HORSE-TBfEF r.l'i 'f II 4 0t'tn ti i 44, ,4l-4 4, 4' I t f 1 it tf l 4 fl 14 lf.lt4 1I4 f.)4' .'f . . ,f r,'t l' I'l 4'' 4 $ If l Wm iI tn It t " li I fit ),4 . I nV4l4) I ' Hi I I (14 fj.4 4'tr ,pf4 I 444 10 n I .l 11 4 f 4fj mm I" I Pf MH, n,i,,ff t I' i,4 I,. I ' i I, i4 h 4 r. f. fo I,'.'- ri4i si I 1 '.'" ' t t 1? 1 1 4 tit tit f1'", il4-4 II l..i II 4 1 - , fn 1 ,! I'1t(i4rilf If 4 .f444 flir l I ( t j. .4, 4 l (f.4, 4)l!ri4'4 f 4 pl,"-4ftl4 tt If !(. I' l "ll!'l M" l P' t l'.4 4.r4 (,, 1' t,f,tl4 III l,4 Mnt.iiJ 4,,,. , P''l,4, 41 l4 p. ti,i4 f,! , ... ,,,. I. . it I . .. l'l 'fl4 I'll' if I l, 14 fl, l l., I,r4, Oliltlfllfly 4-!n!...flf, HI f, 4 1 1.1 . 4 . I T l,ti . ... . ...1. ... 11 . .. . 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It. laue. on K .yal atreet, where Mr. Alha is supt-r intuu l.-ut, ana 111 a most tftmili .r mtuuer aid, "Albit, I want an Al faddle home tn to ont to the Bull H a.1 oa business Mr. A ba til uo suHuioioa whatever ot t'to man and let him bitvs one of the bont, boC3 in tue sUble tie piTios tba pru ol hire oitoh duwn. Night ouma aud neitli- or borne uor mm rvturned. Mr. A!li tuao brctinii eu-ipieioun aud imuj. ditttuiy beirin to make enq iin3ti and Also prep t rations for a j.iurney alter the thief. Start iug early Xneadav moriiiuji in a butter, be itrncx out la the directum of Augusta, Perry oouuty, M ssisaippi baving learn ed tltitt thai was the rontt t.ken by bin man and iuteuditiK lo bring him baok in bia buggy vrvh him. Ha bad proiie-do 1 about twenty-Uve uulea wiieu lha buiigy broke down, ana luea w Hi Degnu iu learn nometbiug of tho itesperato oh.rau t r of tba ptrty Ita was iu pursuit t.f. Abaodonit..'! the bicy Aloa eon tinned the parcuit oa bor-inbick riding nubi and day to close tbe gap tielweeu bimsxlf aud tbe desperado, who it will be remem bared, hl uboEt twenty bourn' atart of bin. When aoout two miles from Augus ta and eihty-uix from Mobiie, ba s opped at tba farm of Air. lSradley, to make eu qtirr, and was told by Mr. Brndlry thit uob a man as lie aotorio. a, wiin tu. bone, was 10 A"gnt lata the evening pre7ious. Zir. Bradley volnntoered to go to tbe town with him, and they went to the bote), Mr. Bradley going in, while Mr. Alba remained outside, Tbe tlnef soon made his appearance aud taking Bradley by tbe band, told mm he wtuteti to say something to him, and they walked together towards the kUble, where the stulon bora-i was. Mr. Alba, who had been writing outside, saw the tbiel oomiig out of the hotel with Airad.er, uumediati ly raoogon-d him, and when near the stable, nailed ont to him, "atop air ; you are my prisoner." Iostsad of obeying tha oomtuaad to halt, the thief persisted in bia attempt to esoapa Alba then orders,! him a seo-.nd end tmrd time to unit. and warning him that he would shoot. Then he tamed, faoiog Alba, either with the intention ol abowiug tight or chang ing tbe direction of bia flight. As Aloa knew wall by tbis time tbat be Dad a bad one to deal with, and he had eornered h i msn, he supposed tbat bis tnrulng meant fight, so be tired twioe, tbe first shot hit ting him iu the band and tbe next in tbe right breast, felling tbe thief to tbe earth Mr. Alba then voluntarily delivered him self to the authorities, and was immediate ly taken before Justioe Drangbo, who ad mitted him to bail in the sum of $1,000 to appear at (he next term of the Circuit 00 art. Every citizen in Aagus'a approvi-s the eonduot of Mr. Alb.; they eousider it perfectly j.it aud oommendable in him -o summarily dealing with a noted horse thief. 1'nat he has won their high este m has ben etideuoed by tbe fact that any number of oi'iseos were ready sol willing, to go on his bond. The lullowiog gentle men of high eooial standing sod ii.flaenue ate his bondsmen t Benjamin Suivena, August MoSaain, P. M. Bradley and John Lewi. In a eoutmaaioatioa sent to Mr. Dane, ubioh Mr. Aib has uottean, these gaotlemae eayt "A hie bondsman, who haa Toinntan'y eome forward and placed j nf. win .It W4 4 i!iiiii4!t. f.'f, well t inj of A liltPl'.i 4r( API I l.i I "4. fr.tlli l'il Order rf Myllii, I t !,4 I'liiMlte, .111 their !li AiiPiiverary; atil front I.. I'lfunt MvIm4 In 'IVrnponipiiie lli'l on their I'.ifi Ariiiivir4r Wo 'vle all wii w,4h i i 4' Fun, and l' eiiu"ii('' in itmoe. til Prtil r, In In) in Mobile; on Tnend.iv next and witnn-M ihtj (Iran I Kntry of li s Itn li.Ti.il Mi j 'sty an I his liy.il .uli).'t:t.4. Tho rontcinpiiiilo it -asi and Spoon Thief, Sutler, tliinks lha uiithom pcopli are made up of h.iMjitti, lnn-e lliiovesan I ns-iiHsin', and in rts that ho did nit haii;r; inoro people iu ihe South than hu did when down herein command. Such fO'iliinciils rxs pressed on lie lloor of the United States ItcprcK-ntative Hall might bo expected from the murderer of Mumtord, the author of t'10 infam ous Woman Order, and tho notorious purloinerolspoonsand3ilver ware,who hates with a cordial hatred the people of tho South becauso ihcy appreciate at his truo valu and contend, du spise cud loathe, this foul blot upon the name of Alan. The Civil Ilitrhts bill was fairly uot before tint Uoue to'tlay, (S I) ntid the senato bill was offjred as n sub stitute for that reported Irotn the Ju diciury Committee; ai d another sub stittito was offered by Wiiite, of AU bama. In Ilutler's opo iu sueecli he alluded to poriiims of the Souilurn peoi lo as banditti, horse. thieves nnd ussasMiis. 1 Iih remark was l uxated by iieLian, of Texas, who said thut the only murderpr whom he knew upon this fl nr Was liutk-r himself, who had murdered a man at No v Orleans. Butler characterized this KniUiigo as improper, ui, gentlemanly and rutfianly. The Sieaker ruled that the l :n:,'U ije of both was tinpar liamer.tary. Butler added that the trouble with the country was that he had not hanged more, ns he ought to have .Jor,o. There was a Kre.it deal of confusion and exoitement during this scene, but everything was. sinooi li ed over, and the debate went on. iiio vote will be taken to morrow. . Ittrd S 0n-, I .rikal 19p"ltlf ...fa I 4 ".IWM f'.srw sssrri - f nrtWMtU. WPill l,4 t'l".ti'iT of (1,4 Tt'! 4t4r kgrniit In fl,4 . ,c, h,, , 11 . .I'trruf fH...l.l.ll,i P....r., II. .... S ft r.W.,,.,,11,1 .1.4 . i,, l,rtl Ml k . . .. .1 1 , , ... t t 1.1 P'l I' W If h... ,1 f.mi'f 0n4 lHiif 011, 11.4 ro itr iitii Iiim i.i.rn i Iii,4:. i ..,., 1,,,, i..r,4 h If ilmen l.y ruliiii"! It It4 ui (he t'",m " " " '"" 1.... k ... I . I .1 - I 1 . . -rm...n .... I... r a. .Ma ' Vie ..r h mt' li of 1I.4 Ivi-l ,(u,4i in 'r, r ., d 111. ii'iir." for m. lulling 1 j h .1. v.114 W. A t' tl 4 1 IP 1.1' M P, illitiri-4 nir I rr,, ii' liMation. a,.,'l, , I, Wrl-S. IP .P,.r,,l...,fi, 11 1 s u r j.i 1 a 11 o.y M -n'ifti-li",f tnv i''.i!rp In V L O T II I i Shirts, OlMtlH .Tlakila, A I II 'I iM'rfl IJ.Jfl'rl I7 (I,,, tf'tl(,4 Vniff i. Ih- whifo fteoplc of t,(. .Mint, Kpeiikinjf (!i i,n,'li (heir n nyeiilmiH, Ii rmili ilii pi... 4 ui 1,0th p:(i ii, al I ilil"H Ihrtiiwlt l-yi-rt ehainiil In Which thfir Wishes could be Upriss C'l. Tho tnoil signilleniit of theye r tin line d iii'ir.Hti n'if.pis ajianisl ihe Taxr piyers, was ihn i.fa, by n m,ij M. tiro vi-io, of lli.i iri.po.. t'l.nHilu- litinnl iiu.,i..I,....nl I... I... : .l mo... 'i.o. it .u a l.orro.el moit'-y from this (JhoUmi-.) vote to perpetiialn the (ucsi iit cr) in Gtn.iity, to meet Ph.- nod.rmgi.i-il In ?vi!, not lj"eause it has a siiiir o benn- i St'HANron on tin. r ir t Mnuduy iu Mured lieinl feature, bin bf eninn li i tmn 1 b- xt. ui.,1 sett e tit iiitermt due ou tluir of llm irilnm . i (,,.. ,.r ' fllllw, SH I hll ItltVa til Ti port Oil tlt.li.I- " " '- .in.ii.la .1 II,,. I I...... . ,1 li rt.i.l o - fii xra, H -UNI.4III.NO le llaapkla Ml. Mi. Iiat. 4.1 N..4ia, i f .rf4..f.. f Af a, .,,.' ' , '-"1 ll.' I '"'' Ita .,.-...,. .. ,H . m.0k.. tfi a,. ........ ... ... """ ' II" t'.a ... aa4 I .4 a I, 4 , , ,, 'l,,-4 ' It l-trjr n.'i.l.. f at'ii f ., . i,, IV t,in, p ""'4 Ilii4 a-.rt.m,,,, f.nit ...a.,ra . I . ,., sup porting drone.) ut public expense and eventually of taxing the proje ly ol iho State out ol tho posressiun of the present owners. Vo trust that the misguided lead ers in this movement will pause rre it is too late and will t.ot pcisist in foiciig this rtigg. d issue into tho In. tare election-, ol our State. lut if trusting blindly to mere nuiiibers they should in ist upon doing so, they wi I be met wiih a i-pii it ol resistance which will teach them that lha race is not always lo tho swift, and that there is strungtii iu n righteous cau c. Col. Musgiovo is doing good work for the state as the Grangers' iintni gratiou agent in the West. A sketch ol' his address before the Illinois Leg islature, is copied elscwhei-e. The paper from which it is taken etates that hi produced a favorable impres sion on the minds of his hearers, of our people, the soil, c'iinate un.l other attractions for immigration and in vestment of cipitul in Mississippi. Ho was enabled to speak, after nineyours of residence and consideralilo partici pation us a public officer, and oh-.pr-vation as a private oitiz 'ti, on the affairs ol the state. As a R publican, he could have no partisan motive to subserve in describing tho ' spirit of the white people as kind v di-rmsd towards the colored people and also towards borthern men who have come amongst them for b.udablo puroses and not as sworn enemies of tneir peace and prosperity." The testimony of such a witness delivered orally to intelligent audiences cannot fail lo exercise a wholesome influence in dis pelling erroneous ideas which have beeu industriously propagated in the minds ol the Northern people. His labors are without any other reward lhan that which will bo realized by i lie mass of our people in turning hither the tide of immigration; and from the consciousness ol having per formed a valuable service to the state in which his fortune has been cast. Clarion. Attention ! All Concerned- A bearer of dispatches from tho Realms or Joy brings to our sanctum the following important Ollicinl Bul letins, with orders, under pain of ever lusting d.spleasuro pf His I.uperial Majesty Felix to promulgate them through tho columns of the SrAtt. EDICT X0.01107! iinimts at thut term of the Hoard of Hi p. rviKors. F. br iery lit, 1S73. C. WAUI) Il-IiU 4t Couuty TieaMirer. A Representative nnd (hamiilnn of American Art Taste I rXOSPKCTL'S VKb-Ecigktk Year. TO JE.V.K LE CRAB 1 1 OS TAS- The greatest objection to the seat ing of Pinchbeck by our grave and reverend Senators, aecma to bo, that ) e is loo devoted to our national came of Poker; more particularly as it is charge! that he holds fours rather ofiener than the average Senator does, much to the ouo'a loss and tho other's benefit. , Let everybody read and heed the i npoitaut official dispati b.es found in our columas. PR1NCE-MAXDAUIV ROUGE CAGOULA!!! Son and Subject, Greeting . This the ImporUl Man late of H. I. M. Folix, Sovereign Oor Mtuy Feoplt doth thus commaud : Thou shall proo'aim nn I cause to be published unto all thy friends of festival; truo lovers of laughter thus: That they shall preparo themselves and their households, their men serv ants and their maidservants, and the strangers within their gates, lo visit our Capi'nl of Carnival (known of men as Mobile, ou the Gull) upon the day of Joy. fvulgale. "Mardi Gras," t en. 9t!, 187.)) and then and there to partake of our triumphal entry into and madcap possession of this our city. lherc(ore. loving kinsman, thou wilt issue this day thy mandate, so enjoin ing upon all loyal sul'i'Cls ol thy house, upon pain of Blue Devils for all hereinalier. By 0-der, IT. I. M. Felix. Done at the Palace, 441 of A. R. OFFiciAi.,SomBLBr, Mandakii Chp Staff EDICT XO. 1. PALAT3 DE BOH BLAU. 4 DAV 4 MO.VTII. YEAR 1. A. R r all Loving and ljy d Suhjeelti Puscagoutains, S'er nton Knights and Moss Poi-U K-iigiits Greuinir 1 His Iin(erij Majesty, 'et'x. Enpo- ror of the Empire of Joy, has tn'.o day issued his proclamation commanding me to extend to yon, one and all, his greetings and a cordial invitation to visit his realms on the 9th day of the 4th month (called .Mardi Gras; there lo join the Imperial Cortege and par take in His Imperial Majesty's Tri umphal Entry into his Carnival Cap ital: TuEttEPORB, Iq obedience to His Imperial Majesty's orders, I hereby lovingly request all loving eu1 jects lo immediately preptre and provision Iheir ships, aud organize their car a vuns to proceed at au early day by sea and land and by the 'lightning express for the Western Bouudarr of J the Empire of Joy, by way and aoroas j run tiisin.vi:. THE ART JOl'KVl, Of Allf RII'A, Isied Monthly. "A 1llnitiflrnnt 4'onrfplinn, wendi'i-rul- ly rai'rird eul. Tiie ticro.Mty of s popular medium for ll 4 raprt-NetiMtii.l! ofthft proilttctiott. of onr itivhI arlist , liu. hIwhvm t4en reeotiniB-'il, i-nil it.ai.v itftt-nipt have hen ntHfte ti. moet lha want. l"ne ffllP6Biv fiiilur.4 vvltlcb 40 iiiviirmhlr fol. loweit .-ai'l. tttlmnpt in th 4 cuitutrv to atitHlili-h tut Hrt iout 11.1l rtitt not prove the itiililtitrenoe of me paopie or An.ncH In me chinim ot lnyh ait, H 10'in ii. it propt-r apprerltinn uf the wm.,1 11 iirt nn aiiilny in to niei it. wete .lio'vu. II," p il'lir hi 01. cp rallieil with rtillnihiai-bt to it. .np port, an I llt rtaull wms a irfnl itrtial io anil suminarrinl .rluwph- THF Al.lklVK. TIIK AI.OINK. wlii't i.iin w.lh all the rvg nlarilv, ttaa nona of 1 1;4 Temporary or fi-, ely in-te'-e.t cliuraelt-.'.tii. of oritiimr. peril. ilicla. II ia an elotant iitihceltiuiv of pm-e. tiffhr, all. I grate ful lileriiotre : aniln.olleoiioii.it' pitsores, the rare.t pecin.i.iia of a.eirlia .loll, Iu h ack an.l while. Alih.Misfh lurh anrreeitintr iiiiiiitj..r nf foid a freili pleasure to itit fr anils, th 1 real vat ns ami I.e. ut. v of TDK AI.IHN'K will lie niuii appreciated atleril la bo'iii'l up at Hie clo-e of the Tear Whil.1 oilier ..il.lii.aiiotiii niarrt.iui superior eheapne.a. ae t.iiiionr..il wi'l. rivult of n similar cl.ia.. '1IIK Al.llfNK la a intiipie and original ron.titton aione and .n.i'.prMir!ied--alntnlutely without conipetion in (iriee or chante ter. The posreKor ot a eon.plete voiuine rait not diiplir.iie the ti'tantiiy of Una pi.per and ea Ki-KVinirrf in any other shpcor tiiio.l.er of vol time, f.ir ten timet the coat ; and then, there it tkrehrinna beniileii! The national f-.-atura of "The Aliline' mnitt Pja talteu In no oarrow tenia, 'I rua art ia enaiun. polilan. While ! he Aldme" i. a atrlellv Amir. 1 -an iufttilntion It does not eoiitiue itat-lf entirely to the reproduction ot n-iiive art. lte in'eeion i to v-il!tivute a hroad and apprevialed art t-inte, one thut will dHt-rinnnie only on 1i'n.inila of Intrins ic m-.it. Thus, whi'e pla'-inv hefore th patroiii. 01 - 1 110 Aiiiine' , a- a leauiut ('i.arAaeni.lie, the prndne tons of tha nvist noted American arttata, utiantlon will alwava be uiven to rnecimen from foreltfil mit.tHra, friviuir suhscriliera till tha plea.tire and instruction alitaiu'tl.le ftoto houtaor fiireitrii a.uirce. I lie ant-tic ilMtstntti.tn or American scenery oritfinaf Willi I ha " I he Al line, la all Imnorianl feature, and its ntaiiniHcei.t plates are of a ise mora appropriate to tue salirrnctory treannent of detail, than run be aforded by any inferior pair The judi.tona iuteri.pMri.iou ot land.capa, marine, nure, an., auimui ruiit--.a. suxtain as un al atod inieraat. iir.noaatt.la -' re the acooe o the work enliS-aa lha arlialtoo .i.y 10 a.tt.tfle S'yleorsitli et. 1'- neralunt of 'lueAldine ' is a li'ihts.rt ff arefa. aerninpanimei.t worthy of lha artist j.it urea, with uuly such teuhtiical nLqiiMiuotis to. do not tntertera witbthspepu. iar interest 01 tua wora. r inr .nim run turs Every suhahrilair fur 1875 will reeeitra a ben a tlful toaiit. in oilcolora, of the same noble do, whose picture io a fortwer i.ue altraclad so muei attention "ss'i la.iln.h P.lca4" will be welc..mej in evaiy Pmme. Eyerybody loyea such a dnir. ami lb,J iHtrtratt is rxei uted so .rue 10 me lite, mat II seem, the yer.tu.'le pre. eii.Ht 01 tne aiiiuial itself. The He. T. lie Win lalinaire tells that his own Newfentiilland dot uueai iu nioiiairn) earns at ill Alllioii-b I r .., ' '- v, I h 4.1... 4 t,f ., fl ' I a drawin 4 .a III-., fj,WK,. , , f-..ll 14 s,i,w,,i,H. a.w,f ,V. r,.,w, ,,'4 ,, ,., I,w0,l. 0, ,a- y..'.,r ,f,, ,,,,..,, ' tLfcela fl a a-oP l.i.l ,1,. mm ,f.. n.lN.. K. I, I till,; 4i,KHa wt'yT'" -IW P." ll....iill let f , , ' '' 111 ail 1 1. . - v inn , ! I "Ji PI V..4 t.uvMii-; iu;g.u;h,A77 We m.ke Ibe Unat, i0,j (hn A.iortmrnt ,.f ;iaisi; goods of a.iy ,nifl j,, t)l i-Binn I aaliUH-A s there sra mitny -,,., , , liasa..liriiinir( nitin tra.l. . ......,,,,.irw .nir roll, tind tn roaaW Iwinflkmr t tr.ler nnuVr S,i ,.(,, , ., , T-IM IllidlHKKS llloQd I t ranting UVi fVi, :of: NK.y (Bt.KAyH, J.OfllilAS.t The f Fertiliser nida t these wntks Ii as its cumiaisitniti ilenotc. highly aii,u.l,il,ii .nd eonseqii-iiily e.ocriHlly aduplcd fr mtlui, ,vi cane. It conlaim ii.it only a ;ar cr ipHnliii A amm .iii.i lMn any 01 her elinnic.l 111.1111111. Ii a.i the nrri-a.iiiy ipiaiitily ol pli.isi.h ue kiJ.m llic a.uilt sis n ill .how. I l,e cuuipnuy ulao mannfrtctnres snpsrlor all c.igf ' . ho.pu.nr aiad CJraDaS n.a ri? For-pamphli-ts Kivinir analysis, prirei tol uiaunir o f usni(j, apply to CltAS rr.l.t;YTF.U, GenlAient, P. Ot lloaHiil, 37 Xjrtlt Peter. Strut jinol.lm 7 IMn, J, A U S To the smouni of Two Million fin Hundred Thousand on the 27th Fci ruiuy by tho Public Library ol Kr, upon the occasiou of their tilth aud and last concert. Orntriag Ortnla r ITIaury UrfuaJr One tlrand Ca-li din $JM,(W in.,114 I sson llil.WS . !!, YMin ion M H'.I.OlO II,. I HI IDA 5t',l ' Iji.llW One Orand t'ush (lifi.. One Or.ind t'u.h Jilt One (laand Cash Ojft Otis Grand Casn Gift i Vwb (lifts $ .-0.0 m sach n. i.u-n lints la Cash Gifts W Callh tilhs S!5 ( a.h O fis 0 Cash f.n'is '4 Cash Kills im ('..all (!,f.s 211) t'arh Gifts .'.iHi a-h Gil's I'l.OUU C'a.U Gifts 14.1110 each lli.ili.H earl. b ant) sarh 4.IK1 : tm .1 a.OIIO w; ll i.iHI r.,.l 1.010 rath dimi full I'HJ ' esch 5'l catU ao notuMl, no one who aeea this premium ehro. mo wilt have the sliifbtaal fear of Iwing liilten. Besides the chr.ttn'1. everv advitnea atifiaerihar mi inn Amine iur is.a la cuu.iiiuied a mem ber, and eat, lied to all iheffrivilefr. uf The A 14 i ate Art I alaa. Tits Uniou owus tha oritrimtls of alf'Tas At dine" pictures, which, wiih other paiutinirs 10 I sniravmis. are Ui ba distributed ummn. tba ,.. be,s. To erery aeries of 5.IMK) auUscrilMrs 1U0 uinervu, pieces. Ta.ceq at over f -j,.aai are 41 4n bnted aa soon as tha aeries ia full, and tha awards of each series as make, are 10 be published in the next sue edi.ui ieeae of - The Aliline". 1 hta fta tnre only applies ft snlajcrtbara who patyitr one fear tn advance, soil partieoJai in circular eeut OS application eneleain- s stamp. TEgMS. HakacrlptiM, sialilliaa Tha Al alia year, sh ( hraasa aa4 4rl la lea). s)e.Oe ytrr aaawB, la ariraaec. So rbarira for Poatafre.p Specimen Vapiet of THE AtOXE, M Cenit, "Th Alnme" will, hereafter ha, nl...!..kt. only uy snoecripiHioj. 1 nara will ba no reduced or club rates 1 cash for sultarripiMia asnst ba aettt lo th pablirbers direct, or beaacl to tba laaal canvasser, mtthomt rrtaaasiaty la. the nbi'hert, except ia oaaea vhera th ee'rtiScala ia civaa o-annt ih fa-aiiatl siaoalur of JtaasoVT,' Io, President. ('ssianiia M'aate41. Any ftarsoa wialtine- ta aei n.n..,u I . loeal cauvaaaei will receive full aoat aruaipcia fainaaUea by applvins t THE ALOINE CXHPAVT, &S Uaidis Lass. .Via. Tasx. Whale Tcckets $10. II iltrs $!. Tenlhl, 41 eauu t,ii.i,.,n, f i. i:ctea Wliule li tts, ttai. For 1 ickets, ar infoininti ,11, atlilreis TIKI. 10. IIUAMl.lrrE, eul and Mang4t. Louisville, Kr. PIBL1C LIBUART OF KEVTllKT. Death aaT nrntu telle. Aetlaa at is Traafeea. A Sstecisr AMii"trd. tl Jtlova 1'eslpasrniiiiii, Utaaisl luiu eVrbraray i7lh. At a mee'ittg of lb Tinsteei ef tli Tnlilli Library uf KeUucky. Jan. IP, ISTi. It resolved that q. M. llriins. Esq , wl' 1 1. - t 11 ti.. l" i , -. . .... ,n. rial business manager of tne art fa concert alrsad irivsn in aid of l!ie Public Library of KutfkJ' be ami is hereby authorized to take tl 4 lh mad vacant by the death of said Uramletts, it Ilia muuiwinunt nf uH'.Ih a4 iIim fifth and 14 Ifift coiHiert, aud tliat the d aw inu aii.t"U..red fof Feb.truarv 7. IS."i al-all uiaitivalv and uutaiuK' ocally taka place on that day without any tber poatpouement or delay on auy accosfti wuatever. K T. IM.'RBETT, Presideui. Johii li Cai, rJecrelary. IlaMafl.. all nn..,.,.i.ln7.. nilutiiie 10 tl4 Slh Concert should b addretaed to Ih amler 4'K'ied, and I pletlir mvaelf tbat the draw.sP! shall 00 me on" Pebrury V, iu or tbat every sell" Daid ror lick'it a shall ha ri-lurna.1 ('. M. KUIGUS. Atren a ,d jjuusitr, Kooa 4, Public Libra -y Buiidiut, ivonisviue 7 BRANCH OFFICE J7.aTal.Tris r TOOMEB, 288 Dulord 8t, New Okliaxh. A. C- Danner k Co., iioEiLE, Alabama., Jno. L.'Stfrdninn. Afrent. PASCAOOLLA, slISSi, Nhlppera t TIVBEB, Ll'UBEK, BTATIS, It, & Special attestion aivaa to Glliuir Carlo for Fx port. l"yPost OfBca, fCRAlVTON,MISS Mr JVII I. RTt't' I IU 4 N : oar "Sir 41 Paaiaifoula, author., d le attend to all.be"0'' ia our Baa. aud to warm ortiera'inay bed"1' janS I jr. CAMPBELL HOUSE, J. WjCAaiUKLL, Proprietor. South Side of Coqtl Street, Betwaea Itoyal and Water, SfOBILat, e . Its hieatiua is very enavenisenty near at Cj, of aastnesa or aataeiuU, s- well s s sUilroad UepoU asd Scnmboal LaadiUe 4-r V A.