Mr. Charles Joly has issued, for the benefit of the French people, an illustrated tract on the Yellowstone Park. He fully describes its wonders, and pays handsome compliments not only to American scenery, but to American enterprise and the American people. Though the last is made up of "Yankees, Germans, Chinese," and the most diverse nationalities, they manage to live together in peace, happiness, and universal prosperity; solving for Europe problems on which the old world has been divided for centuries.