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Agrit illrii l.
.Al ou'thriid-r know the nustoim I
thit 'to generally pre vails 111mor0111,4t C
them of feuoing off a piocO of ground I
in Iprip jic i. called ..the "cup. r
pe1" and ;,whioh is. iuter,ded for the e
tirAir1Wt'eh. In'that en the ows
-at night, and it is intend.
ed that their droppings shall fertij.
izethe soil for. th e in,pnrtrnt drop
of turnips ; becauo. conio nhat. will
turnljloi m.t be had ! It w ill bo borno
in mind tlit on h'und reds of farmem
the applioation of cow manure is
made in no other wa y. Well, why is
this I If it will melo good turnips it '
vill make good orn ; if it will en
rich one piceo of gi oned it will egnal
ly as well unothor. But the cattle
are allowed to roani for wiies - as often
in the wood che whero, and an often
on other people'a land as that of their
owner. What. a wiltue !
Now, if tho farn'r had a small
nunber of well - et v:attl e--kept
i'uder oof, and a gi, t pait of tho
hnoe soiled- hcu get enough ma.
11r, not .only, for "-turnip."' but a
gorl -al er v0 ovn P-i the garden.
Adde) I" thi arietinnlations of the
et abb-' -w.:l tyeu .are of by ertter
ing dg earth amI limo or plastor
111pnn tOW hLA I ;cca. nsion alIly-- thecre
wop 0 be IL ;Ogo supply ; olne that
woatnI do a gro'it deal of good otn the
1Ind 11d J jmr, ine the erni-M. No0 ono
w' itiih e lt' th ortion that ip to I
thin Oimne there ha i, been a great waseto
of tie inanuro 'A' tio Virginia farms.
It has boen owing in pvt to the im
Jiro 'Wil Ice of ulave h--ior, and in part.
t'. the fh: hion of u .ing exteothively gol
i ino aniid the pho-sph ie. The home- 4
i1ad Itiniutes iniay not be so (uek in
I hc r vffect~s t ho coietIIi.ated feI'rti
Iizer', bitt Iihey w i ill be m1ore en du ring.
Th:t, the 6yotem of ceonom'it y and
belf-reliance inast be f!:rced upon our
p is coi tain. lint it would he 1
wvell 0' thet to t'kai the initiave,
ri"p t1IsI).<dC4 II,'dL keep up with th
ti do. ThBLey 0.A s o01 Ilace thomleilveh
it) it (oadit iou of indopendcee."
in all Conties where O:ive(ry doe,
not e.-.' the farmiers, sa ve the very
wV'Enhby, inIt their own hanud to the
plow, and, upoin the average, the fai.
l* n ot only anos.l;orts itselt' but has a
tsurpli for sale to pay taxos and buy
groceries, leaving a reiiiant for the
i-aving hank. It tilinid be so settled
hero that. the fatnily which has no
uune my to employ labor with must do
1- the work ittself, in-doors and out.
Th1l.s is the praet io atnong mielchanies.
A mtan who cominienees a little busi
no-4 be-giis with his own per.sistont
!abor, and eni; gest only as !.,I has L.!
inalis iivd the busintss. In small
farius no such supernimerarv an atn
overseor can be thoui' A . Tlhe
farmor hinsr- mu ; , or I; -
laborer. Ho iou. - co i 'n..a ,d t
to vuci y1ihin, and .h h1le has gottnt
through seI1rt illy3 aind hounser' an
abundani it uppot for his. famni ly, as
every wise andi~ ex porrsnced farmier
dali, lie wvill Cejoy a 5 itisfactiont un
kn iown tol t hit iinani whot i too poor to
hire laboer anid too prou d to work him
blC. The exampi~le of this .stout heart
ed and dilipuit small farmier is in
valuabiile. hlo wvill be auro to raise an
industriouis fami Ily. houi'ers uill be
1 ebute d byv his perSav~oracoIC, tand
idlers will finid no contgoniality in his
A New Orleans hiouseholder, dlis
turbed by an aged dat key whoL day aC
ter' day s'a tol himself on his porch
andl went to sheep in the sun, wilth up
turnedl head, open inouth and1 a ro
digious asnore, conol uded lie would try
an experiinent. F'or this purpose lie
p'roenired a sall picco of icc and
diro pp'ed it intoIi the h uge oritico that.
servedas Samiibo'E tiouthi. It d1isatp
poared l ike a shot, an d with a cough
,and- aanort, Samtbo stunrted to his feet.
*Uph !'" he cried, .ia the ice sent vo
IQnt tiril Is tlilrotuyh his atotniach.
"Whait. dis I'" and~ his fiingeri clutch( dI
then seinie one~ crid otit iin thoi hongo
that a big rat hr'd rn- down "Uncle
3am's throat.'' Tbis added toriror to
.pano. 1Ice rolled on the batutuoetto and
cried lustily for help. "bore (lod,
massa, lie' gna~iwing out'n. mo. I feel
Tiif. Qb, i-.lly hte 1,ilh't me),'' and
tho whites of the darkey's oyea pro.
trnitehng like oiau-e,, and thle convuls
ed anld hii tiitanihd face, showecd
%t'eal rain was strongly enhanood
lhy his n:ainjary telfori. "Oh, golly
h'ow be dogmaip and kick about," and
S.aik Itaini gave hiimself up ~o a
'paroxism . of -Iantentationi. "Drink.
'ftthv wter Uncle S nf and drown
im"the l 'dy .ugucsted( Without a:
Im4oinentd's heotyjtjo.1.estarted for the
wateuir P;. ilo,turned ont the crank
and tho. water -sn'arted. Sam glued
ih hipu to the t' zzle until his sides
Mo)re putff'.I Ont hM~ an inflated bal
.13n.:a~ow o yu f.ol tiow, Jnlaoo
., Nu?lth la dIdy inq(uireod .as Sam
'tMagg~ted.back to his suat; "I gueos
'hlo's drowned, mristict but hore's
what's trouwblitg dlselbile ; bow's dat
rat'gdh i to' gi~t 'ad~i' ular91
fald..jpi4e4 Mibn ~ s take
that inagoityinggla-sae duoky, and soe
4f'thei'awwy ydighiairs a sprout.
ing. I've tlilshe ie evgnth bott~e
o6f tl,*,i1d' rpti' e, an5d winf oult tyge
~air;1irushoe ~bbling i~ ni.i~
- 6LMWifore ~-~ o.d groieivue, Niocldemus II
*lht'are ai't- no- utoke Hfair ott-iour bead
thie therw is o tho co!ver of qtar old
lno. !)LD SThATo*.--The* fadi
Ils have tekon the ground from the
eginning that tiotwithstanding the
eath of W. H1. Mishaw, which occur
3d the day previous to the election,
c was duly elected Senator from
!harleston. Cotiuty, and arguing from
:10so promises, it is ex peeted that an
lection will shortly be ordered to till
3e vacancy. The different aspirants
)r political preferment nre already in
lio field a.t hard wire pulliug and 'log
Aling to secure the t,ontiiionl.
Lmong the oaindidaths for thu lRadi
Al uomination, we learn that Mr. L.
lunch, trial justice, and Mr. E. Bay -
:rd Sobarook, acting solicitor for tbia
ircuit, are the inost prominent.
The more the morrier."- Chareston
Pnor,tric.-Mr. J. '. Cutbrell in
3ris ar, (.o says tho Old North
4a0f), that Simon Mulis, Esq , of
Mnion County, N. C., har a cow that
as given birth to four calves in the
sat thirteen mon the, all of which are
live aid thrifty.
Wednesday Morning, Nov. 30, 1870,
"well at 11omC.
It is wiae advice which bids us
'd well at home," both body, soul and
rinid. For it io "the cyeof the fool"
vlioh Soloion tolls u1 "arc in the
Inds of the earth." 'et Judged by
ho standard of dwelling at home,
Abat a multitude of fools,and what a
itile bntch of sages, will be found in
he world ! Our restless desires and
aur anxious thoughts blow our spirits
ibout like the winds of heaven from
>me quarterof the compass to the oth
ir. The timie that we waste in cner.
rating oirspvlv for present Oty right
vithin our own breasts, and not furth
ir from us than our own house, by
'ain regrots that ,o are not persons,
if some conuenjilea, of course, dwcl
ing in the great West., or in a big
)ity, or on a fino plantation, or upon
he wide ocean, were it, employed in
reeding out C .it little garden of
,ur own chaaotr, or in bumubi offA.
-0s of charity and affection, or in
:nediiattion upon the sublitnest of all
realities. anl the only enduring por.
tion of frail humanity, our God, whc
isour rock, our fortress and our por,
Lion forever, would yield us as har.
Vest of c.nteltllent, of calm and
nweet repose, worth more than all the
material t.plendor and flashing wealth
iat dazzles the stranger who visite
London, Paris or New York. The
riobos of God's creation are indeed,
texhaustible, and are spread profuse.
ly around us, but cast, alas I so far a
W, t af ,- iit inti alo concerned, like
- , Im on ide." Who is there
ho. w-innot have a home I Who and
e hat can prevent that home from be.
ing the fit residence of an immortal
bcinlg created for intellectual and
moral, as well as for material exis
"The dhaily round, lb. Irivial ak,
Will give us all we oughlt to ask,
Room Io deny nourselves, a road
To load us5 upw~ard tunto God."
For the oharacter that grows of
Ilome duties here, of self considora
tion and reflootion, of self-donial and
dteetionato regard for the happinest
i f those around us, ripenas slowly and
imperceptibly, till it casts off the ob.
struting chrysalis of time, and wing.
ing its flight thlroutgh the pure ether oh
aternity, rests in glad humility at the
lfoot of the throno of God, and finds it.
permianient andl congenial bomne in
A Doomed State.
While the Demoorney and Consor
vatives of the country rejoice eve.
th10 handsome gains of the autumn
elections, says the Wilmington, N. C.
Star, we ean only bewnil the melan.
shioly fate of Souith Carolina. Fot
live years Southa Carolina has been at
thoecomplete merey of her despoilera:
ind by thle recent eleotion Radical
tway has been protracted 'and strength.
sned. Radicalism has done its work
f ruin and misery well in South Care.
line, and with the past as a oriterIon,
that unfortunate commonwealth is now
lonf'rontod by a condition of affairs,
beyond which is only a step to abso,
It is stated that one utillion of acret
of land in South Carolina will shortly
come under the hammer. According~
to the Ca mden Journal, there arc -is
Korshmaw 3,605 tax executions awaiting
collection, involving the property o1
more 'tkah one-third of the entlre
population. Tn Darlington, 80,00(
acres of -land are advertised for sl
tot taxes. The Democtt says that
one-sixth of its entire area is to h<
advertised. In Lanc'aster 9,992 norel
arc advert i.'ed. Ia Faidld 45,00(
acres wore advertised, a large pro,
portion of which was sold.' In Wil.
llamuburg 86,542 aeres are advertigqd
or more than ono-sixth of its arela.
Tho land owners of Georgia are
tnder serioms approbensions ilaag I
the Radicais ear.y their State next
mont,. a l.ko faot il amw..t G-r.:.
Suth Carolina has 6lected three no
grg Congtessmein attd the Stato is at
tbener'oy of negroes, who pay no
takes,. but who impose enormous taxes
upon the people,. Should Georgia be
fated to a like. kin4 of governmen-t,
farewell to her cla ir to be the Em.
piro State of the South. Her resourc
es aro now legion, but ohey will with
or and die ibder Radlel government.
by tho light of events in South
Carolina', and of the bpp.ehenisiuns of
Oeorgii, if not by our own sad ex.
psrience, we shoultl have a vivid ap
preoiation of thu thra!domn which
North Carolina tIi.ew ir in August.
Lighter Taxes Next Year.
We have iio data for ascertaining
the exact extent to which South Caro
lina will be relieved of Federal ttxes
by -tbe -recent &eits of Congrios. I, is
pretty eartain, howoeer, to reach
near a million of dollars, and we may
expect, therefore, to pay le-s for gov
ernment next 3ear, than heretofore.
The next Congress coIsita of a clear
majority of Rovnue lforness, 0
that still greater relief will come to
us in two years' time. The State
will do tolerably well, therefore, de
Spita of an ignoraot and corrupt local
government. Matters Aill tertainly
bo no worse than during tho ast year,
and there is encouragement to go to
work to better our fortune.i with re
newed earnestniiaj. Perhnps, too, the
rumors we boar of the Republioans
proposing to strengthen their party by
a fair and conciliatory administrat ion,
may bavo some foundation in fact.
Wo don't believe in thnni ourselvos,
yet there can be no harmn in waiting
to see. Tio sonid Oppositi)n Of 5.
000 white voters is not a force to be
trifled with, es.pe.iaslly should a
Domocrat be the next President, and
there are other reasmns why 8-ott &
Co, may now do their best.
The Itepubilcain Party o tine
toad to Itii
The attention of the leaders and
managers of the Republican party, in
oluding General Grant, says'the Now
York Heral, cannot be too closely
given to the following exhibit of the
diviu.iou of the States between two
parties, as indicated in the reaults of
this year's or the latest State olec
States. Ec'tral Votee.
Now York, 8
North Carolina, 9
Oregon, - 3
\West 'prginia, 5
nV. UnlLI CA Nf
Stats TIilectral Votes.
New Jersey, 7V
Rhode Island, , 4
South Carolinh, 6
Hero we bare all the. States but
two--Mississippi and Texas--the one
giving seven eledtoral votes anid the
otherjaix, tha seven being hardly more
posItively good for theo ropn'blicans
than the six are f.>r the dlomoorhat...
It thus appears thon, thit from our
latest bleotlons the Presidential eilee.
toral vote of tbo United States Is
demnooratlo. This oxhibit is stai tling.
T b. republican- party is evidently do.
dra~hlied, if not disorganrised. In
the height of its power it appears to
be somewhat in the weak ened cond i
tion of Ftanoe, or like the msigh ty
Sampson shorn of his locks of st rength.
Over local squabbles or factious divis.
ions the party ha~s lst.Northi Cari,a
Oeprgia, Tenineaee .an'dl Missouri;
au~ from the stupid feud het ween then
lfonton) and thme Coeeinhng factions it
has failed to recover New Yoe k ; aned
from ineotspetent. or lusy local lead.
oe it hap faI- to, .ecover i4a0 land
or Delaware, even wiA the acq uisition
of ti e colored vpte, and has fai led to
adko any headway in Keontuoky.
Olently .* New Pa~rty--Rev.
The Demoox'tbjust elected to Con.
gresa are not old-timne Deumoorats, and
hold,indoad- ver t of ti ...st.nc.
ive tenets of the old ante-bellum Do.
mocracy. They have, for instance, to
all praoticable purposes, accepted the
nationality or cotsolidation of the
United States Government as an ao.
Comnplished fact. They have triumph.
ed on the issue of Revenue Reform,
and together with the Republican
bolters upon the sano issue, now con
stitute in the house iof Representa
tives a majority. anal will inaugurate
the levenue Rfi'olin m party, which
will. in t ime, displace the present Re
publioan party in te control of the
government. Observant readera of
this paper will be able to soo in all
this tiat "new par ,'' that "third
janrty," that "Cou-orvat ive tepubli
can party," that "Nattional Cons1.titu
tional party,".. which we havo often
assorted, witing di1ff.rent phrases. that
the couintry Iladed, intd which we
hiava often expreened Onr unifaiteriig
faith that the count ry very swn would
It was for this reason, amongst oth.
ars, that we counaelled. the adoption
of a Reforma platform in Federal, as
well a. in State politics, during the
late canvaiki. But it is very well that
this RtC) was not takeii. The imsue
amniong the liepublicans theisolves of
this State will surely coie, and when
it comes, will divide them. When
they divide and and announce distinct
platforms, as in the Gratz-J3rown and
McClurg contest in M issouhi, then,
and not till then, if, indeed, the ne
groes will ever divide upon princi
ples, will the white minority in South
Carolina Cast a deiaive and triumph.
rLOSMtJUN IC ATED.]
[. Editort r
I think you misapprehended me,
when I said if farmers and planters
would jein the Society and give us
their experience, we would have few
or tpecches fr->m editors, &c., my ob
ject was to reply to several goutlemcti
who said they did not care to hear
them "theorize. they know nothing of
the practical" part of agriculture.
I agree with you, that most of the
profession know moro of the political
economy than planters generally, yet
if you quote to them Smith Sale
Cooper, t id onne genas, until dooms.
day, you could not convince them that
it is to their interest to plant more
grain and lets cotton, Let demand
and supply be what it may, they seem
determined to make more cotton, to
buy wore stook, to make wore cotton,
to buy everything they heed, frotn an
axe.handle to a saddle horse.
I have ever advocated a diversified
agriculture, and am yet to be convinc
ed that those viwho raise their own pro
visions and stock, are not in a better
condition than those who make large
cropsof cotton and give it all for
I would like to know whether Air.
Stevenson would say those fine mules
COst him more than he would hiave
bought them for at the presetnt price
of cotton, mules, &c, Is it like tak.
ieg cotton money out of his pocket
and sending it to IKew nek-y, but any
one tvho argues thus, is e r her consid
ered an "old fogy," or a litt le "Rip
Van Wiiklish." In conclutsioni, alow
me to repeat, if anly planter, mer
chant, mechanic and professional man
will give their named and nmney, th.'
Society can have Fair Graounds and a
larger Itermiutni Lt for 1871.
We need rnot expecat n~atny imnmi
grants until we havo our granaries
nearer than Missouri or Balbimore.
AccIDoDrAr, .DFfl.-a-A pri~nte
lettor from Ureenville, informs tha
Phonix of the death, by accidebt of
Mr. A. B. Nicker., Sheriff of that
County, The fatal aet was commhit
ted with a pistol, the ball passinag up
ward through the head-lodging in
the scalp, just above thme loft ear. The
fat-il accident occurred at his resi
dence, with no one about the house
Oxcept lisa agod mother, who was
in an adjacent room. Death Wa
hnst antaneous, No possible cause,
other thr.n accident can hie assigned
for the dped, as the official papers in
hais offico are reported to be all cor
rT(et. The occurrence has caurod a
pnjrtfound sensation, as the deceased
was in the full vigor of manhood, of
rvnemarkably fine personal ap'pearanos
ctormeat in all the relations of -life, and
very 'popular with all clasep. Coro.
n-a r rremnry Stitb, with the assistance
of Tlrial 'Justice Moore, stammoned a
aj.tr.-..cnsisting of the first citizens
oC (iaeenville--and after a~ coieful
I nivstigation, a verdict was rendered,
to the effect, "that the deceased camie
to hi. death from the accidental diis.
olharge of a pistol in his own hands"
Wh tatgentleman, y lites
mani ?' was asked of an urcbin. "Ta't~
one with the spike tiled coat ?" Yes
was the responise "Why hie's a bra.
vet ncle of mine" "KNow's that ?"
was asked "Cause lie', engaged to my
FLORIDA.-The result of thq recen
election in this State, thouigh not ex
aetly offioial, has been satisfactoril;
aecertained. We are infornmed by L
member of the State Executivo Com
mittee, by whom autheutio return
have boon received front all the Counn
ties, that the State is thoroughly re
deemed from the hands of the des
poilers. The Deinocratie candidate
for Congresi anLid Liiutenant. Governor
havt, been elected by botween two aw
theei hundied ma-jority, while th
Democats have a clear miajority, no
counting the indelpendents, of fror
tive to six in the House, and from on
to two inl 1ihe Snatte. This will giv
the people ot Florida, once nore
comiplete ounti ol of their own Stat
-,ffair s. Should Reed continue t
disgrnee tho Exceutive chair, und wi
hope he will not, he will be po in lvs
tfr har:n. lie aud his condjutoias o
ti ioves -ind oonspii ators have reachec
the end of their harvest, and wo ad
vise them to pack up their carpet
bags and leave the State when the;
may do so with safety. .
TRIBUT to JUDOE UAnti9:NTtI AN]
(+NSttAt. BtrTrA.n.-The Charlestoi
Newas pays a deservedly high tribut
to these gentlonion, for the service
they rendered in the recent campaigi
in this State. We did not n.ticipat
any serious imipression upon the color
ed votere, but the eCfoit made to en
lighten their minds to direct arigh
their political conduct, was a magnani
mous one. But it was not to the col
ored voters alone that Judze Car
pentet' and General Butler directel
their appeals. 'Ilhey awoke an<
stimulated the energies of their whit
fellow-citizens. They rendered dig
tinguished services, and they descrv
well of South Carolina. If thy di
not command snucess, they did worc
-they deserved it.
Notwithist;.nding the menacing at
titude of Russia and the resolute as
sertions of England and \u.triq, i
ii said that nobody outside of en)
land believes that there will be an
other war in Europe at present. I
is believed inl Vienna- and Berlin an(
St. Petersburg, that England, after
few vigorous protests and fliding n
encouragement from the other power
will aubside and give Russia her poin
in the Eastern question. In London
however, the case is different. Thi
journals clamor for war, unless Russi
gives up her idea of an abrogation c
the Paris treaty. The English Cabine
is divided on the question and it i
slid the peace party will triumph nut
give England's consent to a surrende
of the fruits of the Crimean victory
A letter from WVest Point says th
cadets are indignant at the restlt c
the court- martial of the colored cade
Smith and bis relearo from arrest. -
The sentiment againnt him is noa
more bitter than over, he will have
still harder road to travel before bi
gets riroughi. Tlhe previously adopt
ed resolution to taboo any in the corp
who 'affiliate in aniy way with Smiti
wIll be mnore rigidly observeda iloul<
another collision occur. it is plain thu
the re..ult wvonld be mtore serious tha
before. Ilad lie been repriainal
and his ae ion declared guilty, th
feeling of prejndice would be greati
miodifid. Yht as It is, their chaigri
is too great for words to ex press.
With one or t wo except i1ns th off
cerr, although they dare not public
say so share the same feeling,
No'TJIda HAnt RI, FRO Mt. P. I]
flRAKE.--Mr. P. Urake, a resident c
1) igefleld District, bad been minain
for several days, under muysterIotv
circumstances. TPhe Augusta Chroi
clo and Sentinel of a lnte datte sys
"Uip to a late hour yesterday evening
nothing had been heard of his wh~ere
abouts, and the belief that lie ha
been tho victim of foul play we
greatly strengthened. We learn tha
some tnegro boatmen on the 8avanna
are suspected as the parties who mum
dared and robbed Mir. Drake."
General Mahone, who has just beei
elected President of the Atlantic
Mielssippi and Ohio Rail Road Comn
pany, with a salary of $25,000, is ala
Presidehit of the Norfolk and Peter
burg Rail Road, which pays $6,00c
the Southoide Rail Roaid, which pay
$9,000, and thie.Virginii anrd Turn
nessee Rail Road, which pass $3,000
In addition to this he is President o
the Virginia and Kentucky Rai
,"How AIOU-r GtrooA V'-A eon
temporary propoands this question
We answer that Georgia will segu
eove'n Democrats--all the representa
tives she s entitled to-to the pros
eat and succeeding Congress. Theor<
is but one distriot that is in doub
(the 5th), and if Grant will only sent
a few troops thbre to Overawe the polli
and bring out the people, the delega
tion will be unanimou.-Bavanud
L THE WAR IN \EUFOPE
LONm3N, November 22.-L3aves of
absence are canecelad, ogg,tbe guards
ordered to prepare for native servic'.
Flourens was arrested for partioipa.
* tion in the riots. Meat is limited' to
filty grainmmes daily. Iforse flesh and
vegetables are ,till Jbund:int. All
kilunarried nlen bet veen twent V aid
thij ty five years areu.ujoiled i the
'The Luxemburg tchoays: Frale.
3 tireurs,. w. e hutee-4fi agnivst G r.
man Ub ins, near the boider. Over a
thousand Uilans were uriven into
Luxe:mburg aid disarmed. The seige
3 of Montmedy continuo.s. At a garri.
son sortie oi the 17th, 500 ermiians
were eit her killed, captured or wound
od. The be-eigeis have sinleo with
driwn le)ond fie,
IJtsN, November 22.-fIt is ro.
ported that Paris is disposed to yield.
Parties have arrived at Versailles
lately on a hopeless mission to effect
The Paris Coistitttionel says
Russia errs in thinking that the neu
trality of the Black Sea is a Nap'o
leonio idea. It is the traditional
policy of France.
A npecial telegram to the times of
this morning, from Berlin says,
Russia is hecking to prove that the
story of her buying an American fleet
to serve as a Back Sea squadron is
untrue--her languiage is pacitie.
. xLuxninujnO, November 22. --The
hotsb~saroment of 'Ih ionville by the
Prussiais is very active to-day.
- Shots were flied at an average of
- about eighteen per minute. The
- canoude is very distinctly heard here.
ToURs, November 23.-Last night
Bourbaki arrived bore. A great bat.
tie is imminent. The design a, peas
to be, to press the enemy's centre at
Etamps, by .& column of 150,000,
mioving Crom Auguville, while simiul
taaeou .tn.ks will be uade all alo'ig
his exteoded line, West and North
west of Ntams:v. A corre.-poudent
who visi.ed the en tire French line
fiom Nerves to Rouen, says there is
anentrenched camp at Rouen, with
- 150,000 National Guards and Mobiles:
t and from there one unbioken line of
. entrenched camps extenda to Evereux
and Lunans. Between Lunans and
Boulivere' there is an extremely
t strong force, amounting to 62 gints,
manned by sailors and Mobiles, frum
the South of France. Lenans is gar
risoned by the Pontlical Zouavcs.
Fron Lenans the lines (xtend West
I to Oileans, and North-west to Augu
t ville. The correspondent was forbid
den to give further details, but says
the whole equipment, zeal and dis.
cipline are perfect.
A special from Harve, says a col
umrn of 1,500 Prussians advanced from
t Nantes along the North bank of the
s Seine, t-) Vernon, where it was en
countered by a detachment of thearmy
of the North and routed, and fifty
r killed and a number of prisoueis cap
tured. INr eng from Evereux.
TONDUN, November 24.-A serious
engagemsent is reportid at Hleriecourt,
SothOise. No particulars.
t Troebu's proclamation is as follows;.
.. "We have made efforts and honmi
, our.misfortunes in the eyes of'G
whole world. Europe is amar ..
E the unexpected spectacle of i.
a union existing between rich and po.
- The enemy are suffering- far. moe
than we expect. They begin to yield
ill thoir implneable resluiejon, that
they m..y cres, * IAi if we Fal,
wshall have beque " l'nsaia a
o2u excutin, andi. a ..hdritance. of e x'v
erotions and h.itted, under which she,
in turn, will tall."
IEarl Ruell writes to the Times,
that the CJsar' proposes to set aside tne
tr,-aty of Paris by force. Les'uv meet,
him with force-the sooner the bet
.ter. The Post, referr'ing to Gasrts.
ebik oif'a au.,wer to Granville's note,
expectedt ro-day, 55)s diplomacy is
wbolly at fault ini conjecturing aits nea
.A Republican insurt-ection is rno
f Inentarily expected at Madrid. The
ICaptain-General of Aragon telegraphs
to Primn that 'oevolatiou. ,wll succeed,
if~ reinforcements are not sent. A
- public meeting is proposed here, to
:express regret at the abaudoa.menit by
the Germans of the def ensivO for an,
. ag.gro-sive, policy.
Naw YOI4K, November 24.-The
Tribune's Paz is corresponsdeint, froms
5 the 8th to 19th instant, reports that
t the disributuion of provisions is irrega.
, lur and unequal. In snmc districts
.people-cat Guinea pigs, oats and even
rats. Onty 40,000 horses. remain of
100,0t00 in the city at the beginning
of the seige. The Cata are sold at
six frarics per pound. The deathu
', last week wore l,000 -419.rom small
. pox. -After the 15th instant, the sale
of the fles.h of horses, mnules and asses.
wasB regolated, by'stariff, like beet,
and rations thereof were issued by
, thpqovrnmieht.. -The peopip gear
a ItheikP "ivatione Well th 'far.
.Pa, Is ...urdtals publiah a satrang -ip
peal to I,' Gov'rnmnent, the substance
refwhc is, o know you army of
rieisaphantom, unless the prov
I nes co.n.e to the help of Paris. Ydu
ought to confess the truth. You
know itlis irbhpdible to cut through
the Prussia'p htties,, so that the garri
'son of the L?4re, to get provisions.
I Por suoh a softfe you mitu win a great
b sttle, wbielfwih yoti jrosent am
you cannot do' ry
The Tenips, of th:e 15th, says beef
w'll wholly fall In"T *eek ;hotse
Bfash in a fortnight,' 'adll salt meat fri
a week loiger ;thon .Vegetables and
fldi wtill at three wegka~ longer.
, STI PTEa~son November24...
1fGortsohaoe. mr. I t. h
and Austrian Govornmenjts i very con
oiliatory ; it expluined the paciflo
meanig of previous declaration, and
affirms that Ioisia craves )oece gent
erally, and in the EAst, especially, it
would be impossible to maintain it
withoiut a common undoratanding .
!i111 Rissia shrinks fron acting sepa
ra.tily fromu other powers.
LoNDON, November 25.-The Eoho
.du Nord, this ovening, believes a
piteheod battle is progressing near
. The Et-oilo Belge has a lot ter dated
Neuville, 21, rupepting an enagve
ment o Wedine.ay, naor 3zierex
where the Gcrmwais were cdefeated
wvith heovy 1os4.
L1 .1jM. NIavember 25.-Thero hs
bln fie.liting all day at Vi:ho41rols
Britonautix 1) tails are waating.
The American teamer Ontario,
conVOyed by two Fretlich trig .1 e, do
p'rtml for llrvre from Cow,s, w i:lh
184,000,000 cartridges, 00,000 bicach
loaders, a large numbier of onrhi.ies-A
and pistols, aid fift3-ire cannon, i,
tended for the army of the Loire,
whoro movemmits have been delayed
by their non-arrival. A Germmn ship
said to be the Lord Broughan, has
been captured off Deal. The sieamer
Deuteshiaud is atilt at Grimby.
BmmnuiN, Novettibnr 25.-The Fed
eral Pa:lmemnt is anked to vote 100,
000,00 tialers for the pro.-cet ion
of the war to the end. Toe Ai'gugen
Sa)s unless signs fail, the end i.
It is counldently believeti that the
Eastern controversy will be settled
without a rapt-ire of peaceful rclatiois.
Russa aid ' ussiti are equanlly aver.-e
t') COnAgI whielh :.o p-wer, h.owever,
has, yet p11op1))9e1d
Neiw Yont. Novemflar -25. V'-t
Tribunei's ,I eoial, dated Sr. Pocers,
burg, 9%3s l9 -:a is umrepare1 for
wa r, and can -o- bejready before spritag,
LoDooN, Novumber 25 ---Touir, au
vices to last evenming state that Gam..
hetta has returned to Tour.:-. Two
French battaliuns "ttacked 1,500
Prussians, entretchod with three cnn
non. The Pru.sinans were outed ai.d
driven ns far ai Qli-snol.
BiIxr1., November 26 -- Largti
1nonbersof soldiers and citizens froin
Paris, who . apyroach the Pr us, ian
lines to surreidur, are itivariably
LoNDON, Novenber 26 --The Tele
gram, varying from all other ae
counts just givieln to t h public, an
ianmnneiS-Paris is still confident, with
sufficient food for two and a half
months ; bread for eight montimis
wine aund Brandy for a year. Th n
Telegram says further, the French
are erecting additional defencos on
PonTLANn. ME., November 25.
Geo. Griffith, editor of the Pro.s, stes
John M. Adams, editor ot the Argiis
for $10,000 for defani11tifin. f keep
or has been put in charge of the
Argus office- .r
NEW Yonx, rember 20,-Tha
decision of the Supreme Court (e
feats Vanderbilt's attempt to block.
ade the approaches to Niagara suspen..
sion bridge against competing roads.
Western failed in his walk, and was
-ompelled to y leId to the overpower.
ing desire for sleep. The match wag
400 mniles in five days. Westermi
tailed on the 320th mile.
8AurlMOni-:, November 25.-The
Cqtdin of the steamer Baltimore re
pus th that he was chased hy a French
m'an-of-war for several hours, but ha
left the Frencohman astern. T1he Bal
timoitrocan,e around the North coast
hlOoss, November 26.--The oity
treaaury was blown open to-day and
r4,bhad of tbhe records of the past ten
years' and $10,000 in bends. The
monies was da-spoisitead elsewhere.
New Ont~iCANS, Noventber 2'7.
The whi-es arrested at Donalid~unviilo
charged with the nmrder of Laws and
Schonberg, were discharyed and the
principal witnesss, who were coloreod,
arrested for perjur.> ; one 11. K.8Smith
Pdri-,h Juidge elect, was arrested for
auborniathooi lf peijury.
New YonK, Novembor 26.-The
schooner Meon-light, from lll IRiver,
8. C., November 12: was abandoned
at sea ; erew were rescued in an er.
hiauated condition and brought here
HAV'ANA, No'ember 26,--Thmere is
good authority for satinug that tcha
graphic eunlt~ ijitcation Wit Puao na
has been establislhhd. It is maleo'.
stood that despatches of this date pass
ed from P~aanma to L,ndon.
JIVRI.:n)oJ,, Nov. 26. - Weonine
9b ; sales 10,000 hal-..
NEW' Yonrx, N .v. 26 - l6, tir .
Cotton dull arm Ih ..vy ; 1-. 9. 100
bales ;upliandM- ': ; ,lc:as l6.O~
OfUANiEs-roII, a vomb er 26.----00.
ton dum1Il- nma~ngs 15}; 100 ble.-s~
reoeipts 3,6413 bales,
OOrSTION 'To Tuit PnRnsJD~ - ---
issaid that the appoimneont of Ke
mer, General Grant's b',eher-.in -law,
as Minister to Denmark ;of Joh~n
Dent,' as Appraiser at' Satn Francio,
another brothor-in-law ; of Admir-al
Porter to siueceed Fa~rragut, and of
Admiral Rlowan in Porter's plnce,
will be opposed in the Senate, as will
also otheur app ointment and favorit~e
measures of the President. The op
position,' it is ad ded, will not be con
fined to the ConservatIves. a
UinSTAT~s SENIATOR FihOM
~oTII CAROLINA-A correi-pondent
of the Richmond Whig, writing from'
North Carolina, expreises the belief -
that ex Governor Vanace will be the
next UnaItod States Senator from the
"O~ald Nh State.? The writor
thiun iis "look. hike tbs. . of