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and even rtngh in its,. attacks upol. president Gralt. Htore is one of its is( itest utterances :Thu "Tile President is the individual 1' who could do most for the party, both Al by his words and his deeds. Noho dy can spfak and act for him ; and it c s more his nets than his words that' .ave injured it. Those acts are not. q to be attribuiteid to an ill purpose, but 1(li alten, wet are very sure, to a iusta- p Sgooad 1:c!ilng and a 1nisc)lne - 1.1 o*, f the Io.u.rl i nd i"llersonal obli- held Gil ti.os of Oflici ld position. For in ;, iranee, what can b1e urged in (tfenlce , of tlle appoiintlmnet to high and hotg- , 'ble place of1'glmtlemenl wholn their .,"districts lihas just rejected as te-''' pjentatives ? Mr. Maynadib:r was lately appointed po.ymaster in the sv1d arJy after be had bIeen considered r~-a rejecte by the Senate in full par .it syipathly with the President. An ýigasIent iarv be made for such ac tion, but the intent of the Constitu lion 11po that Aulijeet is felt by lt hc country to he very plain, and there pgnst be some extraordinary reason that could authorize the President toi iisiegard it. It seemOs ttI be H SRlalill 'thing; but a chip shlows the current. The people see every thing, and the final verdict upon a party :anld all Sdministration is derived from just such observation. It is not necessary to suppose that the President is a T moral monster, or a black-hearted conspirator against public liberty, or is less patriotic than the rest of us, be- * cnase of acts which show a mliscon- i ception of oflicial duty, bat such acts be ae s1one the less .politically fatal in .theadlnds of thoughtful melet "The President, who, as we say, :could do so much to: restore to tlhe "glepubliean party its old prestige and ita hold upon large numberr of old i Iepisblicans who are now alienated, will evidently do nothing. His. ap parent disregard of the expression of public opinion as "clatmor,"' his read aess to believe a charge against any nablio ogieer to be umere hostile spite, j 1aihre is feel the real' movement At ofthe public mind, and the character, A ofaunch of the counsel wlrich lie fol-, $fiw all forbid the expoctation that he will take the lead in doing whai wakt be done. Waiting for hin is C( iper drifting, and drifting on: a lee th shore." ve * IR r AL BR TArss TiIN :MCfRNTxr new era in the annals of 3nedi- gi Alcohol will soon be banished tom tie list of remediesa and only le k ir'as i f 6 ion.ih. Dr. Walker's gIA'riaVinegar Bitters, composed entfiely of wholesome botanic ex tigal iad Juices are everywhere an- ti prsieding the fiery astringents, which m a or womah ever yet took with bfitterly repenting their credulity.' re no disease, acute or chonic, ik*wdich the new tonic may -not be administered with beneficial eifet. 'IHarpers' Weekly" saty: "Noth ina the olifaI lutui'os clearer tbn that, if the. Itepublicexs cannot 1 'e theiie infubus of a thidr term, 4bliah ;t' t thIey' do not seek t thir PatUoses. by unestianable con itiotonal means, the result in Con r jjpl.tig foreshadows, that in the country." ? - ,: It is asertek as a fact that, every vYtrseer who has turned his atten ti tolhe introduction of the New ily 8ewhr g;Macbtle in his Iocal IZie. who has been fortunat enoughl r aure an-agency, hIma outstrippedl bestefffodrtas, i making money1 of otot hua tibfe&'Agents of the high ed[ eurtines,, whliil latter they t paiep The demalld is etuor hsuasamdsales so rapid anmtd money 59e~dily with, oe little eifort WTri, eThn iehn, tpecnla .ro dockiug into tle; ,busi-. as they can .Scre .terri nd get hteirgoolds on the rvelol, how -these machines th ti d, it bniug, a recog A ~*iith he pele *111 buy est atthe lowest price. 'It cer k41 Olpaine of the tiuiIIts itSi.aiame work,,as a~th;er e anten hot cost half tihe 'i .a "artide, for Sto see the vast I periorms at so low t ftats are.daily in. er" mtingils of the - a liol Ma6ines which anuOteatlIbounded SIt .proes. to be! *everj day, by etc, o have a aay easans of ifoie , to.its Bolid pa rtl!ie whetr-! 'lent Dollars for. a pletwing Malhilke ttet: W advfse at ee for -your M.btlier, Sister or a.. make money y.ur ,lie- AtteAiments .ab-ilftiuaI ad dif , i.i..4484Y a18e. L 4 ar: _ aota Srota her 16c. -re r. *fl '* 0srni y _ oe py~j«_ý.4 17 t i ' t; r.-Iu grrnt suppely. Liverpool .r ,,1... E, at '2 L! p ':. 'r k. ],hl" "ino 5a,.'3e hi. ,J . .1;s:,. t mut. :s.-*oue blut rve in l:ll''K t. n\iii l : is q notted at,1 a1 per bushel.a , . I;o: Trs.--lThe iurket is In good snp!,pl. The arZowv is held at 10 and the button at i,:. 1):' nI, t'111 . MI .\ -s..-Scare~. Choiso Loriinsia is 1,e in,-ll, '; At-; plrlhto' itec. per gallon. Ily the Co.iu. () L--1. in gcI ,supply and is held a: t '10. pir gallot . 'Tolt.u \ 0o- pdlllrly good. Good mnediin: is quoted at t.3. and dini, bright at 94e. aI -& per Sjpoitldl. CoE:.--'Thr s~nly, is lTi lit'd andl demaml good Prin,e' at 2"i tiidd'chloie at - ;r;.-N. (Cartitna in market. Louisiana is held at l'e. per pound. Co:.--Is in good s'opply but no demaund. S nr.-Extra clirv ler iOe. S~ ;. t-LouiMsiana prime is qluoted at :- y"l lhtw liarilhed @' I2.c; crushedI nd powdered it 1. W;'Iir.-WIiito and Red ero hlld at 1 301 ' r lp - trollo ; lo l']0ul ltintu l ads I ',; 0l ter p g1l1 loIn. Sur OT.-Ts In lgrid supply with fair ldetnanld and sold at 2 75 per'sak anud bhck shat at :3. a' ',IIe.--h' supply is limited and is held NiEW ADVE1RTISEMET'1S. " JBE. LEWIS S-REVEF RT LA. Dissolution of Co-partnership. a rýllE CO-PARTNEI'RS!IlP hcretofre i, 1 existing ; etweten WVixs.anto &, K FI.u EI is this day dissdvted by mutual eonsent. S. Winharg a.s;nmes all the liahilities oft s'tid( firm,; and all debts duo 5said firmn will bo paid to hint tfrthwith. S. "'IN1.LG. ' Natchitoches, La., May 8; 1875. MARTIN & SMITH, , -STEA M SAW MILL, Six miles south of the city of Natchitoches PRICE: At the mill,l er M........ $5.00 to $10.00 r2 Delivered in town,per M.,..........14.00 t ji TAKIE pleasure in informinhg the ] V V public that we ar. prepared to take a CONTRACCTFS to unild cabins. furnishiug e therefor, lumber, material and labor,.at very low ri tes. BOX COTTAGE, A with gallery, 14x18 feet, complete, shin. - gled roof, pult.pp for $125.00 ii BOX CO'TTr~ AE, 12x15 feet, with gal ,lory, complete, put up for $100. SPlanters and others will find it to their' d iitoreat to give us a call. Orders ]eft at this office or with Louis )Dapleix, will mInt with .prompt atten tion. ti MARTIN & SMITH. I- April 10-1:y. LANDI LAND! LAND ! T A Rare Opportunity Offered to ji Farmers of Limited Means. an AM OFFERING to sell the following Li Sdescribed parcels of land on the liberal tk terms set forth )blow: ti One tract of 378 acres, situated twelve miles south east, of the city of Natchito ches, and about onu mile west of Old to River. Two hundred acres under fence, 4t one hunldred and lifty acres open and. abhout one hundred in cultivation this' year. The other improvements consist 1ns of for orhfive log cabins, gin and press d small orchard, with a spring of fine water. Good steam saw iill within four mile of the place. I will sell this place at ten dollars per acrd' one sixth cash, 'the balance in: 1, 2 3, 4, and five years, without interest. Four-fifths of this placee is fine fresh allavilt river soil, and will yield 40 to 50 bushels of corn or a bale of cotton to the acre Adjoining the above, I have 583 acres of the same character of unimproved land,. which I will sell at 65 per acre, in equal annual- .instatlhnents, without in terest. I also have 320 acres situated between Red River and Bayou Iierro, about six ai miles from the city of Natchitoches, all fine river bottom land, what is, termed ti "Buckshot" land, tweo:hndred acres oppn, Sgiln, cabins and fences almost entirely destroyel I will sell this place for $5 3 er acre,Citsh, oi $8 per acre, one-fifth I r cish,.the balanes in five equal annual iut- , stalliments, without interest. . I have still another tract of 132 acres ofgood level hill land, situated one mile h "froni theo above described place, and im 1. mediately ontlie Grand Ecoro and Texas t road, five miles front the city of Natchi I toches, land' *ell timbered with pine, , oak and hickory. Improvement consist i e of double log dwelling house, log kitchen, i smiaki-housc, small orchard of figs, plums t It if sth.'Xfes 'dt"lStes ofopseu hind, Sall he lmldingil-sa little 'out of repair, though occupied this year. On this placo i ii#z ifae~austible well of the finest " si i1".tbie parish. Twill sell this place qfl_ idthird cash, the balance fI iniEtiiý ltyears, without interest. d ."T'6 Ei hter wishing to make larger , cais t. .will make liberal de 1 dult a OW s ioice ns,iPA 1- I b e"o tiiosie'for any .M ti being r ithout a'home'of ii, own 1. my terms a ils.o liabtt}hei t ptfual payments a only..;u44tPt aa * April 40-1y. - . itclitisee, La. ' 'R AMME LL'dS (Five Milefrqum Natchitookewe4 h, 50.000 Feet tf Lumber for Sale. its. o 5 ti10I bollars, (licorditig to if quait pr- M. at the Mil. r- `p:: j t i ; Natchitoshes, at $14 ill 3-$emP 1 o'er} N o c o M,,P-1R o' M !:aIL *; *fONT ý BE3T, I M O W A R E , gt : 1"O hrices s" C ý o I;ºu Rome ` Me XK RN & CO.,. 40i ma Octreete :T,~g~~c·-'~I , · WEEK events T1 GilI i lltilE,1111 hmTg l plr y for ii dia rest l a O will .vm y a ur of uff at A k tyis a nlto th Is eluilenttly a Family' Medicine ; nind 1 bi ar tl:he being hkept ready fir iinnwdlinto 'sm'e't of the d Imany a dollar in tima and doctors' bill. of After over Forty Years' trial it is still structiv receiving the most unqualified Iestillo- It is t nials to its virtues fronti peirst s :f the the est highest charlncter and respinsibili :. It will Eminient physicians conuneud it as the praifint lllOst print no EFFECTUAL LSPECIFIC ins For all diseases of the Liver, Stomach contain and Spleen. ronma!Ict The Simptonms of Liver Conlplaint are and legi an bitter or bad t.aste in lh mo Ionthl 'Th Paui in tihe' ac'k, Sides or Joints, ottr u 1 n nntn mist;kcen fier Rheumatism: Sour ,Stlu- l1 its -cell; Loss of Alppetite; htwls alt, rnatt' - Theh IV costive :land lax; [eadalche: Los:, of lLemLIory, with a painful seltsa:tion of hav- pitics ing tilet to do sonmtthing which oug lht t is l to have. been done; Dclhility, Low to10 1 Spirits, a thick yellow alpei'arinwe or Ie ot akin anld Eyes. a dry Cough oftenu nm.- ion te taken thr Consunlption. threatl Soinutinls nmany of these nlymptomnls istit attend the disease, at othelrs vry fewiv ; :htu li;a the Liver, the largest organ in the nd body, is generally tilth seat of the disease, C 'h and if not liegulatsd in time, great suin- l lfeing, wretchedness and Death will cn- asohn For Dyspopsia, Constipation, Jaafudice, h I Bilious :attacks, Sick Headache. Colic, ln1 ti ])epression ,of Spirits, Sour Stomach, an Hart Burn, &c., &c. pays cx 'The Cheapest, Purest and Best Fami- art no ly Medicine in the World! Manufactured only by tiou. 1 J. H-, ZEILIN & CO.* oioi Macon, Ga., anud Philadelphia. cost of Price, .1.00. Sold by all 1)ruggists. of sub. March 27, 1875.--y. get up ly Sun $50 REWARD. W:AS.STOLEN.from the undersigned THE Y on the uight of the 20th ult., aB ay fifty-si Mare Mule, five years'old, no brands re- jiostag' collected, has the marks of an old iistua rule. on the shoulder. I will give fifty iol-. THE r Lars for the mnule and tlhief, or twenty-five newsp: dollars for the recovery of t he illile alone. Daily WM1. M. LEVY. .newrs f April 10--f.prep CONSUv VPTION CURED. per cot -To the Editor of "Tie 'People's ~ihlicltor : S ESraEEMn' FI ID : Will you please inforti your readcrs 0 I have a positive CURE FOR CONSUMPION and all lisorders of the Throat andi Lungs, and that, by its use in niy prac l tice, I have cured hundreds of cases, and i ill give We $1,600 0() mnuml Sthat ' I for a case it will not benefit. Indeed, so the e stroug is my faith, I will send a SAMP'LE, ;1 rl id rISEE, to any sult'f;er altddressing min. f tli s Please show this letter to any one yon servi it may know who issuiffering frot these intfan . diseasis, and obligo, s rn L Faithfiilly Yours, hold, r Dr. T. F. BURET, jouro S (9 William St., New York. ain , March G.--ly, our c is itpaieI & Conse a 185. AGAt1iN 1875 se Cs tioi r (1 LOUISVILLE WEEKLY t -COURIER JOURNAL ar n Coutinnes for the present year its liberal i arringenleut, whercly, oln the 31st of Deednber, 1875, it will dlistribute ilipar- Th tially among its subseribers, ld lootoO a t In presents, comprising (Greenbacks and it nearly one thousand useful and beautiful nee articles . c .otrt S Thile Courier-Journal is a long-estab- co le lished, live, wide-wake, prtogresive, and newsy, bright and spicy paper. as No other paper ofters such induct ments o I Sto subscribers and clubl agents Circulirs litic iC, with full particulars miand specimen cop- then iestR sent free on application. n, Terlums, $2.00 a year and liberal offers niO n1 to clubs. th > Address, W. N, HALDEMAN, te ir, Pros. Courier-Journal Co., Louisville, Ky e ice est cans ace IFITS CUREDI FREE!! couf Any person suffering from tihe albove ger disease is requested to address Dr. Price, ao- and a trial bottle of mledieine will be 1 forwarded by Exlpress, 1 ing FREE! ms The ouly cost being the Express char ges, which owing to my large business, ip are small,. of J La. Dr. Price bha made the treatment of b - FITS OR EPILEPSY J a study for years, and he will warrant a cure by tbhe use of his remedy, . Do lnot fail to send to him for a trial bottle; it costs nothing, and'ho WILL C1RE YOU, Sno matter of Eoi* Idng standing your Ii case may be, or how imany other reme dies may have failed, S Circulars and testimonials sent with FREE TRIAL BOTTLE. - Be particular to give your Express, as $14 wvell as your Post Oice direction, and , Dr. Chas. T' Price, 67 William Street, New York. I March 6.--ly. Mr Sinnott's Line. Os Yo Spring and Summer Arrangement. ' an Fo a4Eadetoe, ntoimey,'Alexandria ks Pr SPineville, Norman's,. Earbin's, a Fort DeRussy, And All Way Landings, The A ! Magnificent and fast runnting esde-wheel passenger packet . ,.. ARTT ABLE I, G. C. Hamurox, I T . J. Dowrr, Clerks.l CO., T ILL leave New Orleans eveytSatnurday at * 5 P. N., retnurnnlg leaves Grand ore every Tuesday as 12 N., and Alexandria every - Wednesday at 1 L. The steamer C. H. DURFEE. I a mpr e weeak in r t,- l t71 C tLAL WEEKLY AND I)AILY FOR 1`75 The :approach of the Presildential eite tion gives ullsual imnportanle to thl events and dlvelolpnmen of :87,. W e o shalll endeavor to dlesciibe the'-'l fllyv, f ithfnlly, and fiarlessly. THE \VIEiKLY SUN has now nt(.iiu 1, a( circulatlion of over sev,:,i1t; I ,ho- , stud copies. Its re:adeis are f-uwl in every State andl Territory, and it!; qi li ty is well known to-the public. We shall not only endeavor to keep it folly 1 lupto the old standard, but to imlpr,ove anld add to its variety anti power. Mil TUE WEEKLY SUN will continue to i) he a thlrVtugh newspalper. All the ,tws m\ n of the dtl will hie fomiul in it, cildels:- i cd wlen unitljitrtlant, at fill] lengthl att when of monlunt, andl idways, we tl'ust art treated in a clear, interesting and in- ,. structive manner. a: It is oart a1im1 to make the Weekly Sun k,11 the best family newspalper in the world. to It, will he full of cutt:rt:abaing tail up- mi prolri:ldt reading of Ever.y 'tort, but will I print nothing to offriai the most e.:r:1- mt lous and delica:te' taste. It will always 7 conlltin the Inost intcre'sting Stories and 1 e ouml!Ices of the day, carefully selectd till andt legibly printed. pe The Agricuiltural Deparltment is aof promllinent ifatture inl th, ti .ekly Sun, a, antl its articles will always be fondl ai,. frcsh and useful to the fai'uler. All Thel nmrlllllllº (if men inlependent in a ( pliitics is increasing, and the Weekly Va Sur, is their paper especially. It belongs nfl to ;o oparity, and obeys no dictation, con- II teunding fIr principle, and tfor the election jor .of the best t'hen. It eXpos5s tio co'ru1p- ot bion that .lisgrames the country and til threatens the orft'brow of repnlklic:an ,1 institItions. It has no t ear of knaves, 111 gand sel-ks no iavors from their sulpport- ch CI'S. Io The markets of every kind and the fin fashions are regularly ieported in its sh columnus. its The price of the WEEKLY SUN is one: he dollar a 1y'ear for a sheet of eight pages, and lifty-six columns. As this harely tt pay' expellnses of paper and printing, we in' are not able to make any discount or al- D] low - tll ny l'l in lteiu to friends who nI| y it mak;c splcial tllbrts to extend its Circula- Ye tion. Under the new law, which re- is lluire.s I,:lpaylent of postaige ill advance, ar oiie.dollar a year, with twenty tents the ot cost of prepaidal Iostate added, is the rate, of subscription. It is not necesiairy to A get up a club in order to have tlhe Week- pi ly S11u at this rate. Any one who selids at one dollar and twenty cents will get the i t paper, post-1paid, ftiu a year. st We have no traveling agents. ti THE WEEKLY SU~N.-Eight pages, s( fifty-six columus. Only $1.'20 a. year, `postage prepaid. No discount from this A role. THE DAILY SUN.-A large four-pa go p newspaper of twenty-eight colurWiit t Dail]y circulation over 120l (100. Al1 the t nHeWs for 2, cents. Subscription, postage p eprepaid 55 coats a mon(th, or $' 50 a year. I T'li clubs of 10 or ove~,. t dWonnt of 20 per cent. Addlre's, i "TIHE SLR'i, :ieow York City. c THE People's VYinicator, FOR .1875. it We take pleasure in annuoncing to the luIlleroud friends of th6 VYINDICTOr , that we haive perfclctcd arranigelments for i0 the :ontinuatiou of its publication upon11 a, : ;Arm basis. The lpubli are well aware of the difliculties nnder which the Con sn ervative press ot Louisiana labor; the ý intlnamos printing law iass.d by a parti san Lgislatnre, solely to fisnter and tiup hold, at the expense of the tax-payers, jouruals entirely antagonistical to their interest, and at war upon their lib:1rties, and by forcing, under the firtlns of law, our citizens to advertise in these oflicial ppapers, to break down their power, the Conservative and Democratic press; oon sequently we are etmlpelldl to depolnd ifor support upon the genorous coutrill tion ofa people already poIverty-stricklen, itt we feel assnred that tlheiy w;ll ot tfilil to sustain their m:ain power in the w~r of virtlIue against.vice- 'The Fearless White Man's Press of of Louisiana. r The future tone of this paper can bo judged from its past. We will .contine to advcgate to success, the rights of the TAXED, that honesty and clapability, n ALONE, shall constitute grounds for po litical preferment, and a continued and never ceasing war upon Kellogg aid his' eontrapt otllciF4s-knowing them to be in common with their Chieif, both uasurlpers , and thieves. We can assure the pujhli that we will not hesitate t~o attack the acts of Ztny po '1s litical organization, whoen we believe 0 them to be antagonistic to. pmblio good. We are the servant of no clique or party, rs and intend sonlely: to protect and defud the rights and l iberties, in our lionest g way, of thle whole people-believing that Swe- have o.donue sutlicient service in the Scause of the 1EOPLE in the past, we I confidently expect their support in the fittare. he 1 Copy 1 year.................. $3 1 " 0l nos..................... $2 (Inivarishly in advance.) "ar- We furnish as D premflun to each paid ss, up subscriber, fir one yoar from the first of January, a fine STEEL ENGRAVING, 19x24 inches, of almost any Iitorical sunlje'ct. JAS. II, COSGROVE, • Editor. t a PELLI & AREAUX, brial Publishers. Allen's plsnet Tr Rand. bMr.L and wRIILHOts. TRnin aew .ile. "Theystow llkoachrm," a lddhoe ýtlc hehnd roe;.te eFý,. *.Lo' , MNo. CirsearJftee. A L twant edinevery town. " i a-l m atoinw sa p e you read hS ~OWrld. THE DEMOCRATIC PAPER OF THE UNITED STATES. WSit. Pulished WednesdasJ Full reports of Farmers' Club, Live Stock Marketof NelYWhrklY Alliany, Brighton, Oanbridge, .and TPhilhdelplhii; the Now York COnntry 'roduce MArket, itad Gen. eral ProdIic Marke~ts of the Country, and full RepoIrt of teio New York iMar 'Iet, ExbithtiVtvetSunmmary of thle News, PractioaUfsi i tugi'at Departmentt, and One copy. d oe r. ..$.... ... $2 _Fie eapiek, w a'yiS, tr, dsel ate ald it .,-.,.: .... , ......... i... 7 r Daily, Terums.-One copy, one yarr - ...l s.. ................. 10 00 Senii-Wekly,, Terms..- One copy, one .. . , '. ............ $3 Two copies, oeittesa iparately ad re 8 ry 'IJ k Ilcgister$ Lbtter, P qffice Mpe §do;or BanlkDraft. B set b a c h ilvt b at thoe iiskE of. r ,w melt Copid. Poetre. t, "say oft; all. orders and letters to. S, New York City. Art T, sht' ! fr3ssedtus fir I75--Eighth Year. T1 'lIE ART JOUPR\NAL OF AMERICA, t! ISSUE. ND 310T11LY. till 'A 3afitcltl'"nt, C~noce tion, wondlrthtlly carriedl out." 11( Tit' neircsity of :L popular mI'dinm for goietbr he reprel.ental |o of th, prodlne ions of Har Otr great artists, l^.; always I". e1 co!,- NE w 1.1d, a.nI' in y . ,':l0! t i h: 'e l evI lN of l malet' to melt tho want. The :;v,',Csi\ t ' l 'il;urlss w!hith so inv:uaribly fll wid +i i r h ttenipt in this country to t ihli.h an vari rt journal, did not prove the iiadiflfr- t ne' of the people of Ameriea to the clica lairns of high art. So soon as a prone! per ppreeiation ofthe want and an ability frti n meet it were shown, the pitlie at tiiel mhe rallied with enthilsiismn to its sap- E tort. and the result was a 'reat a:rtist iF n1( ,,l eom,(ereiId trinniph-'T'llE AL JilNI pert: TIHE ~IJlINE, while in'ud with :ll hie neeri rinlariHy. has none oi Ih' t,'illorary or Rvu i1y intelatrest charatehristic of ordiieryv plika elri, iti 'ls. It is a: ele'gal t nis'llany Rail f p're, light and giraceful literaturre; and Tel'' L collection of pietures. the anrest spehi- trii' iutls of artistic slkill, in black amd white. F lthol(gh each sueccedting numnier alfiirds Inve . fresh pleasnre to its friendls. tho r'eal I'S E ahlte iand 1euty of the ATIN w'ill he yli morst appreeiated after it has heen hlomd lii I ip at tlho close of the ye:r. 'While uothlr Il nrenils ly' elaltim slperitior ch elapessas, 1 'a" l ou;lnredl with ri:als of a similar elas, i;g the ALDINEs is a unique alitl original con- Coil reletion-- alone aold lnnilpliroaneled -- albo- A Intely witlhout corpletition in price or SPr:v chlarater. The 1mossssor of a colllete ante volmne cannot dlllieate the qnant!ty of ing ine lpaper and engravinhs in any other .to11 shape or neumnl;er of vholnws fwr ten times pl i its cost: and thlen, there is the Chronio clul besides! Vi!t National featnre of' THE ALI)ITE D]' must le taken in no narrow sense. TrueoI art is rosmIopolitani. While 'lill AL- I )INE is a :;trietly Amnerichn i;stiltuitioi, A:.r it does not cOtnine, itse.lf entirely to the Soli reproducntion of native art. Its mniSsi and is to cultivate a bro:a ald appreciative wor art taste, one that will d.scriminate only tion on grounds Eof intrin~ae merit. Thnus thei while placing iefore the imatrons of T'!E P ALDI)JNE. nf a eIal'inhg 'nar:h.rteriiie, tho MII prodluctions of the mo.st noted AImerican exai artiste. attoltion will .lways hle iI\'en to not specimelns fromn foreign tnastter, giving of snbscriho?.s all the pleatsure and illst rue.- Ag tion o'ltainable from home or foireign th sollrCes. pR l'lle artistic illistration of American ilv scenery, original witl'TIEI ALI)INE. is Pai ani iuportant fnature, and its magnitilent reel plat4s are of a size more appropriatO to A the satisfactort treatment of details Pat than can bie fforned by any inferior N. page. 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