Beatjtiful Pictuees foe all. - The Great Art Publishing House of George Stinson & Co., of Portland, Maine, moves steadily on the even tenor of its way, apparently not feeling the dull times. - During the year 1878 they sold Four Million pictures of all descriptions. They publish everydesoriptionof fine piotures, and the prioes range frora ten cents upwardsto twenty dollars per copy. Their correspondence for thia large business is immense; thoy receive, on an average over one thousand letters per day. - Mesara. Stinson & Oo. publish only the better class of piotures, and it ia well known that anything coming from this reliable house is of standard merit. We have just received copies of four very fine steel engravings, which they have just brought out. The plates were engraved in London, at an expense of four thousand pounds sterling, or twenty thousand dollars, to which great sum must be added the customs duty of twenty-five per cent on acoount of their being imported into the United States. These engravings are after paintings by great modern masters of art, and the artists who engraved the plates stand in the front rank of the worlds renowed engravers. Louise Pomeboy - Is advertised to return to this city, by universal desire, on Saturday evening, when "As You Like It " will be presented in Hill's Opera House, with herself as Rosahnd.