We have received the first number of the Northrrn dranger and Industrial Advocate, a weekly journal published at Lansing by Messrs. P. W. Adams and VV. C. Fitzaimmons. It is a neatly printed quarto (at the Jiepublican office, we guess), with pages about the size of those of the Rural Xew Yorker. It is devoted to tho advocacy and advancement of the principies of the Patrons of Husbandry, though it disclaims organship. 81.50 a year. The March number of the Aldine is a capital one, both in its art and literay departments. The illustrations, f rom tha caséis and burins of well-known artists, are twelve. J. D. Woodward has three, "Balcony Falls," a f uil page, "Natural Bridgo," and "James River abovo Eopo Ferry," all Virginia scènes, and all inspiriting and attractive. Such pictures will do much to draw nature lovers to a Virginia campaign. The other illustratious are : " Poland," by C. Mettais, a woman barefooted, shackled, and seated alone in the snow and ice, and yet not without hope and determination ; " Return of the Exile," by Toby E. Bosenthal; "Her Treasure," after Paulsen; "The Wolf turned Shepherd," by Dore; "Laying out a Town," by John S. Davis ; " English Greyhounds " and "Wild Boars," after Spechit; "Goethe at Home " and Annie Louise Cary. The contenta include ; The Last Home, poem, by Mary E. Bradley ; The Two Artists, by Gabriel Harrisou ; And he shall be thy Master," by S. E. Boggs ; with poems, articles descriptive of the several illustrations, and notes on Music, the Drama, Literature, and Art. James Suttos & Co., New York City.