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C II ' yrV. y II 'Wl', Ir : i . - sl .r-.NNV I Z5- U I Ik; II II It ' . P. I . M 1 f If I W'A y I IP' I .. Ir I . W VOLUME VII. NO. ; . .. Buslnoss Directory. cast saqinaw. SAGINAW VALLEY BANK DLIS8, FAY A Co., Hankers anil llrokcrs, Buj and roll Exchanges, Bank Notes, Gold and Silver, Cannda Currency. QW prompt attention to ColIcctloM and Gen eral Bauking Kuslneas. OrriCie t on Washington Street, Bliss Block, East Sainasr, Mich. V. L. WEBBRR. IKVIXO M. SMITH. . WEJ3BE11 & EMITII, Attorns.Ts, Counsalon and Solicitors. Office, No's 7 &. 8, Crouaa Block. ,'. .EAST SAGINAW FOUNDEItY, Water etreet.' 3d Ward, L'at Saginaw. All -. kinds of o.-wtinfj la brats and iron, and repalr inj; an 1 fitting of machinery of all descrip . tions, done promptly and reliably at the above 'Institution. (1 KORQE W. MBRIIILL,- Proprietor. IIOBLEY BEOTIIEBB, Dealers In Hardware, Iron, Nails, Agricultural Implements, do. ' FRIZELLE BEOTlIEItS, Wholnsala and KuUil lrucjjit and Chemists, i...... r.n .unrhiwint ir Drii 'Hi Medicines. Puiht, Oils, Liquors, Uye Stuffs, etc Hcsi I5IOCK.. BYRON D. BUCKUOUT. Wholesale and Kutail denier in fcnglish and Atncr .... ir.r,wnr. t'ulliTV. Iron. Agricultural 11 n and Shoot I rou Ware,' Ac. Brick muck, North Water street -i t- TrktJTiMRn'N . iiu,n..',n.l C'minsullor ut l.uw. Will give prompt attention to oulloc-t'ons. Taxes paid jornon rosiaoin., "u"uc" .....- with a Lait'l Aijuney promptly ainnueu i V LIVERY STABLE. a w n.i... i L-omer Washtnzton - ant T.i . t runt . are fall? stocked with Horses; Curringes, and everything retired . lu tho Hue. lorms roii-ioumnc. - tr MAtllfS Dealer in Hats, Clips. Furs and Rklns, Beady Ma le Clothing, Ulovce, 4o. opposite Ban croft House. 8IIAW, KEYNOLD3 & CO., Doalerslu Hardware, Iron, X .ills, 01ms, Paints, Oils, ete. Buena Vista Block. WILLIAM. O. DIETZ, uildT and Supcrintfiidftit ot lluildinifs, 1 r.inli iin street, holm-en IJi'i.ofn and Uurmiin. GEORGE C. 3ANEORN. l8'ilf in OroeerK', l'ro ih'k Family 5up- plins, C uiiiry lVo-liii.c, etc Comer Storo, vCx'haiie Kloil:, Wholesale and rotKil doai'T in and mannHwtu rrol Furniture of ail kiidi. fcaiei. lioiius Commercial Dlo. k. JOSEPJI BURGER, ll.inufetiirnror and dealer in Hoots, Shoes, l,i:ithcr, Fin Jinx, Ac , Ac. 2d door enat of Everett Uoue. WM. K. SOUTH WICK. United Stafe AmUfant Amv. rOBSAUIMAW.MlhLINK AN l IfKADF.IXA (.olJiTlKS Ofli.-e at K.ift S-.iginnw, Allardt A Co.'s ToUo oo Store. DR. ROSS. Office in Hiv- l'.lork, t'oiner of Ocncee and Washingtcn Stn !l. Kcndi n.e Corner of Ji-f-fersou and Thompson Street, East Saginaw. ' FRANK G. WILKIN, Merchant Tailor, and dealer in Cloths, Cloth ing, au 1 tlentleinen's Furnishing Goods 3d - store from corner. Exchange Block, A. B. SPINNEY, IIai(ronhie l'hysician and Surgeon. Office over Luster's store, National liUx k, corner of (!ncee and Cu ftrects, East Saginaw, Mic h. Office hours, 8 to 10 A. M.und7 to 6 P.M. lU-sideuce, corner of Cm-try and Webster Sta. '. ' GIIjLETT ft GAMBLE, Attorneys &, Counsellors at Law, Office, Front Room, First Floor, over C. K. Rob- kieou A Cw's Bank. , ,; -u ; . EAST SAQINA.W, MIGIl. i . .. in , i . ir. n. proctor. jPealcf La Tine Wulchts un 1 Jewelry, Silver and r imct Ware. Azent fr Burt's Ground Peb- I t uJ V'.. n vinn.iiw 1 -...-rv House Eitft Snjjinaw. l'T.TSU TANM rn.. lyealerint Dti t5uod. tJrocnrio, Frovlslons Boots A Shoos, etc.. Commercial Block. T. n. STOHH9 & CO.. Dealers in (irucertov I'rovisions, Fruits, Vegeta ble Produce, Family Supplied, Stone and Woo lan Ware. Cruckery. il lass. Paints, Oils, Carbon Oil, Flour, Foed, etc. Commercial . Block: TV J. MERSHON. KTill attend promptly to the Purchuo, Inspect ing and Shipment of Lumber from any point ad Saginaw xlvu ; l'ost otiice aaure.s t EAST SAUINAW. il . Ca FRED A. kXEHLER.. Blacksmith, and general operator In iron and ;-fV7ujt.oi street, , , iiUTltETf BECKWITH fc JAS. R. COOK. Attorrioys audCoiiaaeUora. si Law and Solictors in t'Wy Uffiu over .WiLUms A Co.'a Store, Water Street, U AY C1TV, M It'll. ' A. H. MERSHON. ftLiati(acti(acof pump logs, fauuote, Ao. Salt Blk furnished to nay extent desired, on fair terms. Office at New Planing Mill, Wa ter street, F. W. CARLISLE fc CO.. Tnp'nV, Vholesileand Retail' dealers in Hides, Leather ahiF Findings, corner Water and Tus "rola Streets, Ivist Saginaw, Michigan. Cash Vfor Hidesund Pel's REAL ESTATE OFFICE, ' !V WILLIAM N. LITTLE. Exchange Blm-k, East Ssginaw, Michigan, corner - OEORGE MORRIS. CARPENTER AND BUILDER. Bbopoo Williams Street,1 West of Grant Block Fjwt Sagiuaw. J)osigQ for buildings and Joiner work of all alnils, lurnicbed. 9 BUAW, BULLARD & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, ,Burt Block, Water Streot, East Saginaw. A Very large sUnk of everything in the line. f&kVSCZY ;iL OACE. . . WM. A. 11WIS. G-AGE & JjEWIS, Attorneys Sc Solicitors, OFFICE IN BLISS BLOCK, EAST SAttlNAWY WIC1I. " Iiisuranco Agency. . Ettia Insnnnce Co. of Ilartford, rire and -Inland. AMet, $2,500,000 BoOurlty Tire ( N. Y kvU, 650,000 Home Ins. Co. of New Haven, .. Conn. A'srtfl, 250,000 !onn. Mutual Life Ina. Co. Aa'ta 5,000,000 JOIIN J. WHEELER, Agent For aiore Companies, Exchange Block, East fcegioaw, Wtclitf'uri.. WJJ 36. SAQINAW CITY. W. M. MILLER. v Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Proo- tor In Admiralty. HAU1SAW fill. A. 8. OAYLORD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Solicitor In Chancery, Ao. SAGINAW CITY. S. W. YAWKEY, CommlMion Agents and Dealers in Lumber, Shingles, Lath, &c Corner Office, Second Floor, Buena Vista Block, EAST SAOINAW, MICH. Orders filled promptly and at Market Rates. GOODING & HAWKINS, FORWARDING, COMMISSION, AND GENERAL STEAMBOAT AGENTS. East Saginaw, - - Michigan. D.W.QOODINO. W. HAWKINS. THIRD WARD XvJ-. SCHMELCER CONTINUES IN THE GROCERY business, in which heendearors to keep pace with the growing demands of the locality, at the old stand, near Atwatcr Mill, 3d Ward, where he has a gen eral asrtinent of (Iroccrics, 1'rovisions, Wooden Ware, Vegetables, Fruit, Butler, Eggs, Lard, FAMILY SUPPLIES. &.C.. For sale cheap. Tatronage Is solicited. Terms Cash N. SC1IMELCER, East Sagsnaw, Nov. 4, 18G5. 327-y-p NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. AT E. P. & H. L. Penfield's, Irving Block, Genesee Street. FAIL ANDWINTER . DRESS GOODS, BALMORAL SKIRTS, KNIT GOODS, WOOLEN HOSIERY & GLOVES, Woolen Yarn, all Colors. BLANKETS, BAGS, TLANNELS, Carpets, Druggets. Wall Paper, I'ArER HANGINGS, &c, &c, &c, Also Agents for the Celebrated FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE. CHANGE! Removed to Everett Block. OUR NEW AND ELEGANT STOCK OF DRY GOODS, CARPE TS, DRESS GOODS, LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS SHAWLS, FURS.ETC. The cWkoext assortment ever offered in this market IS THERE, STEVENS, POOL & CO East Sagiuaw, February, 16G6. OUR STORE Everett Block, facnoct Street , FIVE DOORS SOUTH OF THE C0E5EB, IS FULL OF CHOICE GOODS Wa offer especral inducement! to the Ladies in the way of SHAWLS. WORSTED GOODS. TRIMMINGS And a rara variety of DRESS GOODS, Of every ityle and quality, also a full line of Domos,ticsr.' I Wa have also a Complete Assortment and Choicest variety or CARPETS In the Valley. Also a fine Stork of TABLE AND FLOOR OILCLOTHS, DRUGGETS, MATTIXU ac. AJso a tplendid assortment oi LADIES' and CHILDREN'S FURS HOSIERY, HOOP SKIRTS", NOTIONS, Ac, Ac, all of which will La sold at Wholesale and Retail, AT The Very Lowest Prices T2Conntry Dealers and others will find It to their advantage to giva ns a call. .; STEVENS, TOOL & CO 3U EAST SAGINAW, MICH., WEDNESDAY, APllIIi STATIONERY I JEW STATIONERY STORE II LIS IILOCtf, Opposite Bancroft Houso, . it' WASHINGTON STREET. PAPERS OF ALL KINDS. BLANK BOOKS, Letter Presses, Office Stationery, Note Paper all Styles, Legal, Cap and Letter papers. Envelopes, Pens, Inks and ALL GOODS IH THE LINE. Best Assortment of Toy Books in the City.' Visiting Cards, all styles cut to any size desired ana pri ted to order. PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS A Choice Assortment. Chess Men, Checkers, Domi noes, Playing Cards, Au thor's, Poets and Shoul der Strap Games. . GOLDMEN'S, Best quality and latest styles. Illnnks of nil kind on hand or printed to order. . . Vred. lewis. East Saginaw, Jan. 15, lSGti TICKETS! Buy Tickets to ILL POINTS EAST, VIA GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, IT Eliia Block, opposite Bnncruft House, Wu.liiug- A Mrwt. A. FERH.OX, Ticket Agent J-J.lSTTJJ.lR.r 1868. JCew and Favorite I'lu'xorujcr and Express Freight Line. Di:THtIT AM) MII.U AirKI'.i: RAILROAD, in nooiti(,n nith Iho N.-w and l'owerful I'pp'r Cubia J-'tcuiuJii "Detroit' and " Milwiiukeu." During this month trains will Iciive Hollv.as follows ;)iNr. wit. Mixed at 1 A M., for flrnnd liavifi. Mixed at 12 M. for St. .T'.hni Mail at 1:05 I' M. fur Limning k MilMaukoo. Mixed at 8;0r V. M for KentouvilJe. Mixed at C:2U A. M for Dftroit. -Accom. at 1 :20 I'. M. lor Detroit, Mnilat 3:00 I. M for Jtctn.it. Mixed at 6:.'i0 1. M. for Detroit. REFRESHMENTS at Detroit, Cwown, and (Irand Haven, and uikui Compnny'a Ferry Steamer Windsor.' on i'ctroit River. Comfortable Hotel above Depot at Ornnd Haven CfV'The Telegraph Line is open fur I'ublic Business. Sleeping Cars on niirht trains. conni:c:tioxj,. AT DETROIT tireat Wenlern Railway for all points EukI, Michigan CnntraJ, Michigun Southern and Ur.iml Trunk R. R. AT MILWAUKEE With the Mississippi, LaCmssa, Rai-ino. Chics go. Watertown and llor- icon Railroads, for all joints AVertand North wt. D27"Pa!senir" friJM.ii Wtrn Knilwnv ir on the Railwar Ferry Steamer, atD AM.lt D(M-k, leaving iMxk at C:45 and 10:15 A- M. uid C:00 P. M. The Company's Time Tabb a can le bad at any of the Station D. I M. Olliro, 18GC. THOS. BELL, enl Sup't M. II. GALLAI1ER, General Insurance Agency ... BLISS BLOCK, . . ... . : . . EAST SAGINAW, MICH. FIRE, MARINE. " ' LIFE, nnl Arrllont INSURANCE- CbWPANflES,' AS FOLLOWS -vf 1 1 HOME, METROPOLITAN, ARTIC, CORN EXCHANGE, ADRIATIC, LORILLARD, OFN. Y. OLD HARTFORD, OF HAHTFOBD, COTXT. O C 1 ELAN 1), O il 1 O. WITH CASH ASSETS For Fire and Marine IIusincNM, or ELEVEN .MILLION DOLLARS. Mutual Lls, nnd Unlvcisal Life Insurance Co'si of New York FIFTEEN MILLIONS ASSETS. r . . ' ' Prpvident Life IiiHiirnncc tiud Investment Co. .f CliienKo, AND . Accident Inaurnnec Co, of Co lumbus, Ohio, Willi 2,006,bbO' ' C a pi t a 1. IsHttt promptly adjusted nnd paid at thU ,Me II. G ALLAH till.-., ' Jgtnt and Adjutitr. From Eently'i Miscelluny MALMAISON. , j A BEMIKISCJCNCE OF TUB OLD tllPEltOn. . In the autumn of the vear 1S49 I left Taris, to seek In the tranquility of St. (Jruiinen-Laye rexja for my spirits, arter the terrioMi eveuu w which I had been an unwilling witness had pawed away. I Lad seen the suck of the Tuileries the throne carried upside down through the streets and had listened night after uight la the raUla or mattketry, and the rvar of eatmon employed in thut wont of scourges civil watwand 1 a as glad to change the scene. , . ' The autumn weather waa lovely t ' they were gathering the vtntiige from the kite of the old gurdcna of Henry IV , clueo on the Sebie, and from the bunk between the river and the eele bruted terrace The whole place is full of the memories of the past tljnui'tieit, ol the aaid 11 wiry the llernnis, of the Stuurt exii kings, of . the grand uionikrque, of the great Napoleou. About three niiW-a I rum St. tiennain, couimauding a view of tlrt sweet vinatilad I sol s of the Seine, ruing up tu the a.i ieduct of Marlu stands Msl tuaiMin, on a guutle nnincoce ' I look buck with feelings of mingled melan choly and satiffuctioh to the chance which led uie, wbeu 1 waa at St (iermain, to m ike the no qiiuititunco f general Moiithotnii, the failhful triend unl follower, and companion in exile at St Helena, of the gieut Emperor 1 was introduced by mutual friends to the lieoeral and Lis lady, at a moment when the events in which ha was con eernod were fixing the attention of all Europe. I waa often with I hem, uud thus became cognW mnt uf msny iiiiitte s of lutpirtnoce and excite ment, ahich few of my rouulry rfple had then an opportunity of knowing The Uoioi parte for tunes begun to T'xt-a in ibeaealo of destiny, and the succeful cnnvaing of the fulihful (riend ef the late emperor gnva great hopes that Ins wouM attain the minor dignity or President or the French Republic. 'J he evenings I spent at the tbaitholon villa were full of absorbing intcre.t, being usually alone with the counters when the General r turned from Paris. I heard putting events of (be duv discusced without reserve Ilis mornings were devoted to receiving in the cn pi lot the addresiioa and depudatinus whit h tioured in from evoTV fiunrter to Louis Napoleon. So uiucb did 1 bear about "the Prince, that my curiodly legun to be much excited about him, never before h living entertained an i lea of bis being anyth'iig above iiu-lifx rity, either in vhar acter or tnlotit, if even he came up to that. hntevor ulgbt have been the faults of Oen criil Montholeti, he eminently ixirseiiNed t(fo re fined and lihed iii'tuiiers of tUo French uoble- nun or the old school, tntHtit intercoorse witn the great world a. compHiiion to the Kmperur, hud rb.irirned a naturally acute Intelect anden sueJ it with a sinitul.kr power of petietrating the motives atul capabilities of Lis fcllow-meu I could not cxi bun to mvself how such a nmn could Imve betm m far deluded by 1-ouis Nao leon as to embark upon his mad descent uihiu Boulogne. Mill less could I account for the ap parent certainty hn seemed to euteiluin of the ul tiiunte success wbiih would attend the riiou's competilii n for the preiidt'nUbip,sgninrt the tried and approved I'aviiignno tine nijtht, ns we were direour.iiig unreservedly on the 'Vins of the times," I summoned courage to Hk, nu t bUnk, what kind of a person Ixaiis NnHlou whs, bob) ly adding, that the racb adventures inwhi li bu had been engn;ed rather lod ma to the coliulu.ion of his being an ambitious, but a vcr weak num. Tbst he waa ambitious the tieoerul did not deny, but in rcKird Ut his beiug weak, he kept repent ing, In answer. to my remark, "Point du tut ju tous u)Mire c'e.il. un limiimo do nicven." He then wei.t on to explain how be lud ruliivntel and dtvelopeil Lis tiilclitsto a Li!i degree during his long iiiipriHitiiiicnt at Ham, ol which he and mudauie hud both been sharers. I could, imt re frain, however, from once mora expressing my doubts as to the snundiiehs of Lis judgment, whatever his talents might bo. Ilia ti'tuirrid mused for a moment, and thru mid decidedly : "Je lie dis pur q li'il lull un hommie comme son nni In, inns repeuJant e'ext un ho anno dj moyet.s un boinme 4'uuu gninue feraiente do vu'unte, i t d'uu vouiHge qui uo conmiit pit U pour.' How oft i n since have there words come biuk to my muni : My evident sccptici.'tn made Mndame Mutitlm lon mllc, and wihliing ino guol right, she siiii, in allusion to the dcilon, "Well, l lien, you imiM come and jude for yourself. As soon as tl.o Prince reai Ires Puns lie will, prolml.fy, rntiio out here to piiy me a vinit you mut join our dinner puitv, nnd meet Luu tn iulU ruimle when lenpte are hIkuvs seen in the t inert liht " Accordingly a few days nfur Louis NHpoleon urnted in FruiK'c; I received the following in. to from Mrfd- uine Mt'iilhidcn, wriitcu Luiriedly, juntas tbo whs setting oil to I nns j ".Mr D.4U Mirs R Enlre nous. Ism going to propose to ttie Prime to cturu with us to-d.iy As you wish to see bim, perhnpa ju will, take yiyir hiiur of Ins ilnigvi, nad dine., with htm uud oniTtUcs Ine worrt that can happen to you will be to dine aloiiu w ith us. "loui'i truly, .' ' s. r. i k m " I waa doomed to d i.rt jj ointment in this n a I oen I piece of curiosity. '1 hat morning, in the cham ber of the National Assembly, a d sluit.Miire oo curred l a nature that obliged Louis NupuUxm to remain all day iu Paris; and thus I lt the only cIiiUkhj of colli ing in cloce contait with a Uiiiii alxiut w hom I bear I so much, and whom I longed to moot, iu older to ventuto no opinion as to the part he wiuj likely to play on the great theatre of Lumpen u events I never saw him until he wiie Kiiijieror; returning I rum the cmnp vt lliaivuttlt IiiIm Itoulogne, ha aud our lute Prince Connort were riding side by sido, engaged ia enry and smilmg diicouiso. In the course td turi vernation at dinner, on the day iu qt.-ticu, Mwlimiisoti happened to l meulioiiod, and "on my- expr'tiMiig regret that I hud never seen the interesting rusidcuee of Jo eephina, which, Laving been purli.ised by (Juim.ii Christina, could only be vuotud ly poriuiss'oa f the Spanish Ambassador; tjencml Moutbolon, with h'S muul consider.it ion anJ alitenes, of fered to escort me thither, beiug one of the priv ileged few who4iad admission at pleasure. Ac eordingly we went next day. On approaching the lormer abode of -Aha -repudiated empress, 1 oonfess I was considerably dia pointed, Uilh by its style and magnitude; but all this waa quic kly forgotten rny attention was soen enchained hr objects if intense interest connected with the present and the pust ' ' ' ' An infirm ami dejected looking man-servant, not over and aU.vo well-drcK.-e I, camo sgrly forward to open the gate for im, eXoUiming as he did so; "Mon Cicneral ! O, Mon tjeneral ! uiais queje suis bureaux de vous voir." .The old no blcmau greeted the riei-r ttmttur quit ns cor dially as he was received by him, though in a manner less denn nstrativa. They coLversed a litilu together ' about changes that had taken pluce, and tiicn the (ieneral, turning towards us, said with a faint smile, "Le pnavro diable was ouo of lha dramatis pvrsonm in the last great Scene enacted here, winch you are nloulto sea represcptuU op can van, where ho and 1 figure in In the youth,' and any good looks we xaisessed thirty years ng" After loitering awhile in I he grounds be lore the houi-o, aeci.teied it, and, pre cot fled by our anient escort,, were nUertii - into the tirsl reception room, whora ou th wall just facing the door, waa placed the painting ainne mentioned, coutniuigg group of eight or ten petsous, likenesses from lite, ranged mound the figures of Napoleon and (Jiikjii llortenso, wnom bu waa in the act' of embracing, before bidding her aud Franco an eternal farewell. L'ndor no othor circumstances have I been so forcibly struck by those changes wbi. h impresa the rcfiei tory mind with tho transitorinesa of all worldly things, ss onJhis ooeiuion On the can. vass before us appeared tjeneral .Montholon and our guide in the xenith of life though represented in a momeut of agitation, amounting to doepmr, yet those manly countenances were untouched by the coroding influences of prolonged sorrow, lie side me stood the living individuals, wl he roil and broken down, not only by the pressure of ac cumulated years, but by the consuming clIo. t of car and disnpfiOititment. I thought that little lew in tha mansion liad a chance of calling tuna emotions of simUar interest, but iu this 1 waa mistaken. , On leaving the picture room we pro ceeded to suivey lha other epartmcuts; there waa not one of them which did not conjure up to the mind of his faithful follower aouie vivid reminiscence! of what had taken place on the lust eventful visit of the dethroned Lu peror He hurried from chamber to chamber "Jlere waa tha state apartment in which tha Etnpuror had sought rexe ori tha night previous to bis depar ture., .Hera waa the Yooro which ha himself had occupied, and here Pert rand bud stent." Then ha bew ildered himself as tp the rest ol tbe small hand of fugitives, and walked backwards and forward! from one tn another, endeavoring to eall things more distinctly to his mind. This awakened the renicuiliranoa of much lb.it bad been said by different persons durii:g those agonising hours which proceeded the fatal one that banished them so many years from France, As lha train of painful recollection rose thick and fast in this retrospect of bygone time like tbe forms of the dead which coma In tha agitated slumbers of fever, flitting .dimly kcfora tlia mental vision--j the old uoblciiiHu'rtouuteiiaiice and manner be came mora clouded and perturbed, and I lolt glad when we at last left the bou?e and etiturod Hue pleasure gKMinda behind It. lie walked quickly until we reached un alley near me entrance. . "it was there." ho cut 1 tnonnifully.' "'that tho Tau pe rr paced up ind down for a few minutes pre vious to bis departure." "Aye !" exclaimed ha excitedly, as if stung by aome' rem-imbranoe, "it wus Juht on this sHt that lie stopped to any some thing h me ax id, when be was atiout to gxt Into lb,ecarruiiro which waa to tike j.iia away for ever." After Ibis Lo became siLnt, and we walked on farther into the wood ; soon i stopped suddenly "Let us go home," be suid-for nil is ehauged, bor--quiU cli.n.p'd; lHiiidaries cIomo one in on all sides, a"d everylhiu Las becumo pontnu tod and elrcU'jisi ribed'"' This remark waa stiictly title as regarded the plensure grounds, which Lad bad been reduced to. a much. smaller compels, nd in in truth contained liltUila ad mire, either as to space or bc.iuty. . i .' . After we rt turned to St. tJertHajn, I renniined tafitia with my kind friends. Auioi.g mr-uy toenca of Varied excitement which I have pa.-sod through daring my life, 1 have never passud a day so Qlleij w ith thoughts of, absoriiing iolure.-t. IVnons, entirely ajiait Loin iny country uttd sphere, smhw atel witli a man whose name had ouce filled Europe with terror, soeicud .fo rise be fore me living and true the present receded an-f the grcut Kinpenr nnd his train catnd up from the gulf of the past and fillod thuiaiti l with an intense apprehension of their presence aud re ality. Not much was said during dmuer, while the servants were present, but when we -returned, to the drawing room tha flood gates of memory re-oiK'tied, nnd the tide of rwollectiona mntinucd to flow on, until the Lour arrived when 1 had. to t ike my dep-vrture. The excitement experienced by the old (jenoral In Lin. visit if tbe morning caused a revulsion 111 bis feeble frame, which cre ated a' fL-cTuig of extreme chillncsa, and although in runli'y it wns a mild autumn evening, ha shlviret with cold, and hud a fire lighted one piece of wood alter another he kept throwing in to the grate, until tho flume became quite a bluro, and then placing himself in front on a musio itool be continued holding forth to in damn aud me aUiut various singular occurrences and coiivcriutioiis that hud tiik-n place at H Helena, more freely than ho would probably have done with other pei.plo nnd other cirooumntance He da rlt mu h on tbe in ! ri a Kpcll ih tt lamnd all t huso who reproached tlw Kinpnor, whose n.uoe he never inctitmned witlniut a de gree of emotion amounting almost to tendenir.a He en4eiivored ilistiot tly to portray his in:it appeariince, vividly describing the marldq still ness of Lis countenance in a stale of resise tbe wonderfully piercing expression of Lis eye, when excited to attention 0y any person or thins; bis sternness of demeanor towards those w hi he either disliked or sus o. te I All this he al ly r.i.tiM-ll with his i (Vet suavity among hisfiicnds, the lichting up i.f Lis feature w hen awakeifd iM'i gnycty, and the singular fascination of bis smile in addressing thoso to wlmni Le was iitt i)id "His jiowcr wus lrresistable !" exi l iimed he, w ith animation j "where he bestowed Lis love it was imshle not lo return it ith intcmity and do vol win. Ney was a proof of Ihn empire lie gained over tbe affections for otbeis, and I) whom hoii. titcd by calling mo his son I" lha old man's voire tn in!, ed in the singular conclusion ol the suiiti uco "1 lovud h .41) ns if he had bceu a wo man " Nearly fifteen years Lava pnse 1 aw ly since that interesting day, and muny extruoi dimiry changes have t.ikcu place which ut the time were not anticipated, while others., more nalurat and more likiiy to happen, have rirnngely failed of being accomplished (letieri'l Montholon has fal lowed hit beloved master to the grivc, sn I Louis NnMilcn sils on ti e throii6 i f I r iico, which it is even )xrildn he m:gbt Lave attained without tbe skilllul management and unwearying exertions of his uncle's old friend, whora devotion t the Uo nupaite family proved his strongest pnnciplo of action, and but too truly shewed itself iu the mainspring of a long bfo a llow completely this is rcrognired ly the French nnti n uiny be easily imngiiid, for in naming the sul jiil o tl.e oi l liencrnl's faithful ness iiuiuug Ihcinsclvcs. they term it in word, p.irlmps inoio expressive than clciint, "la t klito duih en." ' Tho Growth of tho Nation. Niru'ty ymr.i liavo utssiil tiinco this nut'oti boptn tu tuko its own hiftory. Thiitet,i',oluuiriH,Avoak in population anil resources, rtolvt-il tin.tnimoulv to sever tho ties that Lotnul theui to l'nglatid, ' und heiu efortli to govern theiii8elves. T)io . halleiio was ac t't'iited, ami tho ih fenninutiou tf Kn ghli bipod j ielded gritdin'sly our in dependence nfUr seven years sitrujrlo. Since that tiiuo our growth lias leen uiaixanipled iu tho ittmn of wealth, iiKTeaso of jiopulation und territory, in thu hirttory of the world.- Knghtu mhfd to tho llnitel btatea of America 8i,Gl.r wjuare niUes of territory. Tlio fiubstujtteiit' incit'tiso of territory his been ns follow, intludingour or iual domain: r. ; l '. . .:. ' - - Pqitari tniles. Tfrritory ceded by English In 1783 - 813,015 Lluiiiiuaacouisiiioto Unightfruui Franca - IrfOJ . . - . . . 9:iC.9?S Fkaidn parohased tr im Spain 1S21 ' fj'J,'Cd Orei'oti, by treaty with (Ircat Lritain, in IS4G - ., ... - 280,125 Cal lornin, New Mexico and I't.ih, eon- ijU'red from nlexlcct, l17 - itV.i.iui Arizona, purchased from Mexico, 1831 a27,5U0 Present extent - - - 3,001, 002 TIm present extent of territory is nearly' quadruple of thut in 178'. For $10,U0O,()Ol, more French terri tory was ei'dod tons by tho first Ia poleon, than wo had -wrested from Fjnrland after a neveri years strujr";lo. lliO present "StaK's of Arkansas. Jlis- souri, Iowa, Minnesota, Kausas, Colo rado and Nehsaskii, and tho Territo ries of Nebraska, Dakotah, Wyounnjf, Montana and tho Indian .-Territory---Boven organized States nudjive Tet'ri torios are included in this jiunliaso s By conquest wo linvo taken front Mexico' 01U.7C2 'sqtr.ro niile,'n'ntf Texas should also bo included, ns United. States citizens ' led by Sam Houston and David Crocket, by fili bustering inado Texas nn independant Ooverntnent, and this' slice udded would pivo us fS87,lK'7 square miles obtained from Moxieo by -conquest. This would pive us 1,700.000 sqtmro miles acquired by war, aud l,'i0i),0J0 by purchase. We have paflsevl through four wars. First, that for independence; second, that of protection against foreign and tnaratinio aggression ; third, for tho acquisition of foreign territory; fourth, tho defence of our national unity and the suppression of rebellion. W'o had three millions of peoplo when we first won a national existence ; peven mil lions when wo successfully fought with Oreut Dntain for our rights upon the seas; thirteen millions when wo acquired Toxas and one-half the era of Mexico ; and thirty-ono millions when we inished tho war just closed Our boundaries Fast and West aro now tho two ocean,, tho Atlantic aud racific, time only is needed to make our southern boundary the Isthmus of I)arien.---Mirt7 JirjmfMcan. "Take olf your hat, man," cried .a j ud go to an itmnzon iu a riding dross. jitiu iu nil niiKis.iui iu u lining w "I'm a lady," wns tho reply. "TI said his lordship, "I'm-not a judj Then," Dickens says of a tall man, "hfl was so long in the logs that he looked liko the nl'ternoon shadow of some body clso." 11, 18.00. Increase: of Catholics in tho United , states. V: ; . . '. J From the Ann Arbor Journal - It is supposed that iho Catholic pop ulation of the United States now num ber, more than four '.millions. They bavo been rnpMly Increasing; ever since tho closo of . our revolutionary wiif , which' tiponod the door to perfect 'ro ligious liberty in nil tho stotoa except Massachusetts and Connecticut,' ; and to religious toleration in all. : Ifi 1790 tho Catholics nuoibered in the United i States only about 50,000, moro than half of whom were in Maryland, iho purchase of Lousiana added to their numbers about ;Jo,0!)0.' ''' " The New York Ulserter Bays: "Since 180$ there has been an' increase from F0 to 2,600 churches; from QS to 2,300 prietitc; from 2 to '45 bit-hops; and from 1 to 4H dioceses. 1 . 1 ''.'' . llesldes thfue, the Catholics liavo 102 orphan asylums,. where they edu-eu-te hoiiih '7,000 orplians, and, have over' 100 benevolent' and charitdbb societus and 2S hosjiitals. 'They- have also 87 library institutes for .young men; 212 female academies, Jllli-freo schools for 27,010 males, aud 327 schools fr 20,071 fumales.' Tho .Catholics uovr coiibtitute alwut ono-sevouth part of . tho -population of the United Slates; and as about three fourths of the emigrants to our country uro Cutholicfj tho percentage of our Catholic population is increasing rap idly. Tluit increase has alarmed muny of tho l'lesbyteriaus and Congrega tionalists, who aro looking forward to aud preparing fur n religious war with the Catholics. , Having preached a crusade against slavery, provoked the rebellion, and linully converted tho war into a crusade against slavery and slaveholders, and succeeded in putting down tho institution of slavery, many are now anxious to unite thoso thut call themselves evangelical Christians, and aro burning with impatience for an opportunity to preach a crusade against Catholic-inn, to urge on a war agaiu-st tho Catholics,' and to put them down also. Tho Catholics ore getting strong in this country, but they are weak when compared with the Methodists, Baptists or tho combined itillucnco of the 1'res byterinus tuid Congregationalisms, who generally uct together. During tho laftt twenty years Ireland has sent annually to the United States from seventy-five thousand to one hun dred and fifty thousand Catholic emi grants but her population is becoming so much reduced that iu a few years she cannot send out more than from twenty, to fifty thousand annually, whic h will bo overbalanced by Prot estant emigrants from the British Isles. Not more than half the emigrants front the continent of Europe are ( 'is! holies the other half being mostly Iiif'heratis, w ith some nationalists aud a few ( alviuistf. , Thero is no proba bility of tho percentago of Catholic population iiicrea.sing much in the United States after twenty yoarjt. Alter the great source ef Irish Catho lic emigration shall bo nearly ex hausted, the relative increase of our Catholic population will bo very small. The various classes of Methodists now constitute twenty pr cent or more, of the whole population of the United States; and . thero is -no reason to bo linvo that the Cttholics of our country will constitute so Urge a proportion of our population iu less thun fifty years, if they ever do. The Catholics of the United State behaved admirably 'well during our great civil war. They havo shown themselves to bo a conservative, loyal, quiet and pOnccftblu people; devoted to the government of our country. Both priests and laymen have quietly -submitted to tho laws, without any ut- tempt to dictate or interfero with tho iHjbcy or measures of tho government. What a striking contrast between their conduct during our great national struggle, und the restless and inter meddling spirit of some other Chris tian sects! Aud when we look to the Southern States, we find them a quiet and conservative people, aud not rest less revolutionists. They were gene rally loyal to tho constitution and government of .tho Unitod States, when compared with tho Methodists. Baptists, Presbyterians, and Cven tho Episcopalians, many of whom were' original secessionists, violent revolt! tuuist,v nnd fierce, war-hnwks; while tho Cut hoi ic niiosts both Ninth and South, pursued tl.o even tenor of their uy, unrnig mo war, conunoa inein-selvo-ilo'p-reuehlng the gosfiul as they had done, without intermeddling w ith the government or its policy, and Kiioweu tnut tno L'atiiouc utiurch is a pacific church. Many of tho clergy of tho evangelical cliurcncs, both North and South, con veiled their churches and ecclesiastic conventions into arenas for tho discussion of political questions and policies; preached revolutionary doctrines, war and .violence ; urged upon tho government radical and ex treme measures ; and- showed them selves to fho church militant and uot t J the church pacific, ; Tha Catholics of. tho Unitod States oro a very, dilfcront people from tho Catholics of Spain and Italy. Their ideas havo been expanded and liber alized by intortourso with Protestants, And by an acquaintance with tho in stitutions of a free, enlightonod, and enterprising people. ' They form nn important imlustrial and conservative elouiont in our country. Though they may be subject to tho thargo of clan ishne.?s, 'often tnado against them, and to narrow sectarian views upon the subject of education ; jet their views and opinions are becoming moro and moro enlarged and liberalized, as they witness and feel moro and more tho influence of our common school system of education, of our newspaper press, and of our liberal institutions and re publican system of government ; and as the'V are a conservative arid not a revolutionary uor u very enterprising people nnd ever .will constitute but a email minority of the population of tho several States, no danger to our TTTUt institutions and system of government Two terribly tired travelers foiled over need be apprehended from them, through tangled thickets thickly Every Teligious soct in every ooun- thorned, toward tho Uulitan turnpike, try which comprises a majority of tho telling touching tales, thetically told, peoplo und has the control of tho gov- . to those that thought themselvo thor ernnient, is moro or less inclined to be ' ortghly theoretical tacticians. There dictatorial, intoleront and onnrossive; fore the throng that threw themselves while those in the minority, find it a , matter of. necessity and ' for their in- torest, to bo quiot and submissive.. It is for them expedient to preach tole- , ration and freedom, llenoe we havo , in this country ten times as much to erant. Their tortuosity, too, tians fear from a combination of evangelical lisured tho Tartans timorously, Their Christian socts, urging upon the gov- . ernment radical and dangerous meas- !uros; us we have from the Catholics.' -.(Tho Mormons havo shown them- selves to bo a turbulent and malignant people having tho character ol Jsli- ; lnaolites; and it! may well bo doubted if they will submit to the laws ot tho United States until theyi have been suMued by military power, ahd their nolvirilviist leaders havo been either exoeuted, or imprisoned u traitors, or driven out of tho United States, They are a foul elan of polygamists, moi e beastly than any .polygamists whicjt the old world ever pioduetd A wa to reduce them to . submission to llie laws cannot bo in any proper "sense of the word, a religious war; and such is tho character of our governments, both stato and federal bused uion rebgous liberty, that there never puu be uny occasion for a religious war so long as religious liberty forms the. main corner stono of our governmeut uud lUbtitutions. t.ioiigii their theories taxed their tl.e- FiCrnlfuil'il Artio UesenrcU. I o opliy thlOUghout, thoieloie the tmn TIIII VOKLD ON ITIP.I!. ' key t ok tho two tn the trap.,; J lie , . .""'' : tailor tiinnt:cd tliein taj-ic.V.ly, their Tho day had been fine, with a mod- tetiimuy t..k ii tiu'liigmphiiully tu erato wind from tho northwest.- ! ton r llib 'ed the in till their taciturnity When tho sun went down behind the t irno l to tl.e tul'ist talkn g. . lhese ridge of mountains limiting tho bay ' trying thipgs luriud tln tr. bintiums t( a perfect calm followed, with a sky thou-lit.'ul tamenc.s. lhe lig. rs there absolutely cloudlet. About four P. upon took to the thicket, the trappers M., there had been seen one solitary to the to'.lgate. Tardily they tendered and peculiar cloud hanging in tlio , the tax, tai tly. throw ing t!u testy tax. r heavens to tho north, about fifteen de-; the two-pcu e th. y tuwdii.v took lo grco's above the horizon. The' cloud ! tluir travel. The ihe.q.iuus tarried was a deep, dalk blue, looking much io ic" i'ie iruin tm ir leieieucien ieu liko the capital letter S. This at hit dering their tickets to tempt the town. disflTiTMared, red, and tho night set in, still 'I he.ta-rag thronged the tap:hi,mo and mild, with myriads of . talking theatrk-a'ly.". Tl.e tavern ling with apparently greater ' thronged, the town tattlers told tauto ' than ever - - " ' logical tab s, ten tint's lens'.b.'e, tense, beautiful and dura thin'ric with nniinrentlv eTeatcr brilliancy thun ever.- " I had gone on deck several times i look nt the beautious scene, and ut dio o'clock was below in my cabin to nino o clock was below in my imtrtc to bwl. when the eautain hailed me with the words. ''Come et ove, Hall, at once. Tho world is on fire, . Tho world is on lire, i meaning, nnd, quick as )-drossed myself,' sci am- cveral sleeiing Innults I knew tho thought, I ro- bled over several sleeiv closo to my berth, and rushed to the oomnanian stairs. In another mo- ment I reached tho deck, and, as the taking the tale that the T's tell,, their-, cabin door swung open, a da-'.uiig, ' oughly tri.-d, Totiot. teius 'turns tri overpowering light, as if the weild um.hautly to the telle T. - .Vuisiou was really ublazo under the agency of 0'uz IU: ' . . . t som gorgeously colored fires, burst! upon my startled souses. How caii 1 ! C.rsi: t ok Siurn x J)i ati?.-- Very describe it? Again I say, no mortal fw of the Milieu ib-aths which aro( hand can truthfully do so. Let me, said to arise fm:.-! di cum s of the heart however, in feeble, broken' words put d really ar'.M) lVnm that cause. T. down my thoughts at the time, mi l ns-ertuin the leal origin . id Midden try to givo somo faint idea of what I death, an oxpeiiiuent lu.s been tried gaw; ; iu Europe, nnd retiorted to u scientific' My first thought was, "Amorg tho ' confess held nt Strusb.irg. Sixty-six gods therein none liko tmto Tie e, O fn; "f sud.lcn death v.eie nnule the Iiord! neither are thore uny works subnet of u tlu rough p!-iutet,i ex like unto Thy works! Then I tried .animation. In these, cut -s o i y tv,' to picture tho scenes before mo. Pile s . wore i'.e.:.d wh') hal eli. el of cliteiiMi of golden light and ' rainbow -'light, ! f the heart. Nine out oft! o 00 hud scattered along the azure vault, x- died from apoplexy,' v. Iiile thero were tended from behind tho western hori- 4 ciyes of eonge.-diim ed' the lungs-'-zon to tho zenith, thence dow n to the ; that is, tho lui)-;s we re so fall ol blood eastern, w ithin a belt of space twenty that tle y could not woik, theie not degrees in width,' where tho fountains being io.nn tn i:gh for a sul'ieient of beams liko tiro threads, that shut 1 tiuantity of air to cnler to support life, with tho rapidity of lightning hither causes that pro lure cdigesti.ui t.f and thither, upward and athwart the ' the lungs are cold feet, tight clothing, great pathway indicated. No sun, no ; costive bowels, sitting still ut.t l cii.lie d moon, yet the heavens were n glorious after being w.iimo 1 U ith lahor or a sight, lloodod with light. Even o;--; lajil wuik, going too suddenly from dinary print could have been easily , it c1om heated loom into the cold air, read en dock. j especially after epeal.iiig. and sudd;u Flooded with rirers of light.' Ye s, dejiTHdig news op.-ratii g on th llooeled with light; and such li.'ht I J blood. '1 he"se cuu.se s ed" sudden d nth Light all. but inconceivable. The being known, an avoid. me e of th -iu' golden , hues predominated ; but, in nuiy s.tvo to lengthcu many valuable i-apidsuccedsion,prisuiuticcoloi-3leupe'd hves, which would ethe! w i-e be Ie-t fortli. I muler the veld ct of heait (mr.plaiut. ' We looked, wo saw, aud tremble-1, ' The disease is snppe.15.ed to be inevilu for, even us wo gazed, the whole belt hie; leaco many may Hot tuke tf o of tho .aurora began to bo alive with j rains they would to avoid sudde n flashes: Then each i.ile 'or bank of . dtmth if. they kuuw it lay iu their' light became inyriads ; some now j power. . dropping down on the great piithwuv ; ; or belt, tthers springing up, otHisj Cin.mxo or Pats. It is nFtonUh leaping with lightning flush frc i ouo , ;ng how eunningl and quickiy rats! scdo,' while meiio 03 cpiuckly.f...-.Ged in- J viil run uleng theTiawber if a ship at to the vucAted sfaee ,' oi..'o twisting j tuched to another shij in oielejiv ta themselves ito fojds, eutwiuiwg with I h0uvi h for n '.ore food thun they cou'el othv'rs like enormous serpents, anl ull j prociu-u in the tl.ip tin y have ju.-t h-it. the.'se YnD've'mtnts as quit k as tl.e eye ' ! IhU is gt ueuilly ilone in the nir,ht, could follow.' It seemed, as it' there but tie. nitration has been witrci was a struggle' with those honvenly lights to iTueli and occupy tho domw above our' heads. Then the whole arch abovo Irecamo crowded. 'Down, it ' came nearer- and neaWr it up proachod.us. ' Sheets of gohioa 11 in e, corruscating while lenjiing frem the auroral belt seemed as if met in their course by some mighty agem y that turned them, into tho colors of the rainbow, each of the seven primary colors three degrees in width, shot ted out to twenty-one degrees the pris matic bows at right angles with the belt. While tho aurorul fires seemed te bo descending upon us, one of our number could not help exclaiming. "Hark I hark! Such a display almost as if a warfare was gt big on among the beautious light nbote so palpable so nour bccius i:n possible without noiso." . But no noiso accompanied tl.o won drous display. All was si'.en e. After wo had ngtiu eU- eeiidl into our cabin, so strong w us the ini;re sion of awo . left upon us, that the captain sai 1 to mo : "Well, during tho last eleven years I havo ppent mostly iu thoso northern regions, I have never seen anything of tho aurora to approach that glori ous, vivid display just witnes-ed. And to toll you the truth, fii.-n Drill, I do not caro to soo tho like ever ag;ilu. WHOLE NO. 319. thickening tliitherwuni thought them Thespians. Thrasoliko they thundered thrasonieally their thriftless threnodies, TLirsty they tippled together. Their tructabinty tola them toientiiiy toi- tiaras that Tillany.' t.iilfully trimmed till tho topaz trembled tin-rein took the throng. The Tokay,' that they took, trying tho tavern table, told terribly.tiuting, tinging, troubling their thoughts, ti.l tntir titinaliulary tones tortured tho tired townsmen ; they thereupon thrashed thn tipsy tirimiaa tvroi thiotigh the ti wn They titured t'.ieicat, thoi-eforo the ciqcjri the ton tits tw ittered touchingly, truus- porting thereby the thoughtless thnmg t, th..t tran-itory ir inqiiilify" tlmt tlioroiigh'y- '.r wise; ii.U the ti-niim ti!in-e. Tu tni.-hy tiuppeis fugging two t rriblo tt v'd K tile t'i-l'M look three tiM llnial tulips tile Iheoh.glc'ti IK li ft s tli' r', ti lling tluni that iheOieiiiS tl:eiiret:i"illy tit ad d tended toward tinr.g tl;e t-o thi.rghtlul llieniogiun, thai thei -for thei.h gv tlu tii allv tiut-- tute'd thoroughly thutliid 1 1 . thin tln-is that tie oj.haiiy-thrjwa theurgy t: the tlioiightless. Their tedioiu trifling 'ten ed tho b-athers terribU, l"gil tab s, ten tin. lens'.b.'e, tenses' torse, thickly t nged, titP.at'njy, tissued to tickle the tlught'ess. 'J he theatre Wok" The Tempi r's Toils " threw the t!:eatitei:tling town to tinnscei - den(a!ism. The tow n-cleih, fow n-epii r,' towns-man, tow n-M:man, Tjvii-Tiiji;er, ' town-tailor, t iwit-turnkey, ton, turned theatrically topsey m c y. Thus the ' Ta'itan liu nirk" tale t. rnituates. Toll towns-man, tow n-tiiMni.u, town-tinker, the tocsim tell the tieurson! tht o!rgic4l Talitun taken tl.eattically ! Tacitly iu the il i y lime. hen rtj huve d vouicd uU the food in a b.tm, th y vil migiale in c-ei:h'd lnb'e numbers to another. . A clcrgyn a i o:;c o wit nesscil enjof ih so m'grations, u;ul kiw an old blind rat holding a shuit bit of stick in his month, and knottier rut holding Iho utter end; iu this wuyi the blind rut was coneluctrd safely along. The confrivancu of luts t.j pren i.r. food are soinctiim-s cxtraoi dit.aiy. They hnvo been Lnvn to i-i.-eit tl.tir tallo .inb an oil ilask, ,und then lick off the adhering oil till - ho ll lak iu t -ui plied, or, at least till their . t.iilb wculd reach the oil no longer. It has also been utcvrtaluod that tLiy ha", e m ule deposits of eggs ia. n me cetit ta cd phtee, as a future stock eC f. od. They w ere eouveyed vvithout, breaking them, although it is d'.fllctdt to gucb.4 in what way. '" flennnn being reejuin d to give a receipt in full, after nint h, mental el f Tt produced the follow illg. I Uh f ull... I wants no mo.e moni.Mi. jTi.l S W.yt'H II ' !rM PU."" O.VTM8 UtiMK.Niir.n.' Amerg tliOf Court flies in Tauntm, Mtia:-itehiisetfs, is the finding of a rorotier' j-n-;v'-elruw u up some thiity euis. eo iiy u law)cr, which concludes "that the said- came to his death .by tho visitation of the aforesaid Gud."