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THE FAIRFIELD HERALD
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11ESPORT & WV 1LIAM.
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'The Charlestonl 1lipblicanl calls at
Iconion to a imatter of' imiportance ho
lany perisois, viz : fhe statupinug of
dotutnti l issued without, stanps
during anil ,ioce the war contrary to
law. The dilliculties ill the way of'
ge(tiing Snuh dometsl legally stamp..
ed have ein remioved lay a reelnt,
bainge in the revanno laws, ami. the
pena-lty for previous vonlconspliancev
wit h tie lav has been redned. It is
n1OW only donlblel-he amnoutit of1 tAmp111
dtity, but can le, in no cise less than
live dollars. Thc (Colctor of inteirnal
INovcaie hits plower to reiit his pn'tial.
ty, when dfi ca ile is shown to hiin
beflore August 1, 1871,or within, one
year ater thi delacnient was i. snd
As the molw valng of Any written in-.
srntents depemiis upon their being
drawn ipl atad issued in strict coipli
anco with the ltteir of the law, hold
er'Sol' uns1tamnpedl dooennlnlts should14
attend to this tinater while the ienal
ty is so light. The Republican says
fort hr :
f'Where fain intruient required by
law to be anipted, was issied
1 istaniat ted at a t ino when,
ain1d place where, no collection diistriot
had been established, it ii lawful for
fainy party havintig aii interest, therein
to stamr' it hiinself', prior to January
1.4t, 1872. A s, however, the rates of
st.alp dity have been several tinios4,
altered, )artios would do well to con
stlt the Oollector of interiial' lievcue
before allixiig stanips to uiuull in.sitru
Il ig - h o tildeil A ffii r.
Yvsordlay imlorning, Shcriff 1razee,
having in charge ttice Laurens prison
ers --tjii in iuibetr-atteipted to
te the taiin for Lanrens. in order to
tairry thie prisoners beforo Judge Ver.
Io, by whin writs of habics corpus
had been issuted in their respective
Calses. 11foro be !ouldl get, 1111011 the
cars, lie was arrested by thin Sergeant
at Arns (f the llouse Of Represeita
tive.s, acting under thle orders of "Jo
seph ( rewAY, (iiamirmlan Special Coin
Imittee.'" After sone hesitation, Mr.
l''razee decided to subiit to the arrest.,
and was ;uvjp. 4do9.0 theSneial
, al cIe, lit 10 o'clock. No action
was takell at that hour, but he Was
Nsummooned to appewar before themt
ligai, to-morrow morning. We learn
that a messenger was despatched to
Ilarien s, yesterday Ilmorning, to sumi
mnIt Jo ilge Vernoll, also, before said
lWroli these un usual proceedings. it
wold seem that (Governlor Scott has
abtdiented, that, thle eivil Courts are
nowthire, inld that the itparaiount pow
er of the State is iow exercised by
the 1. egislativo tajority, acting thro'
*n Jlos.1ai-eph Crewus, "'Chai rmian ot' the
SNpecial C~omminittee." (Commewnt is
unnecessiary. --Phwai a.
PriexrniIntol of the hliritud Jury in the
lit ed States Ulrcuiit ('ourtt.
WeT were' pre'sent in the Court room
ott yesterdaty, whent thle .Grand Ju11ry
mad ticIhair present miient in open1 CJouirt.
We iall Ipubillish it~ ini our niext issue.
In thti meattime, we desire to express
tiur conienrree in the genier'al views
expreCtsed. 'Thle poinits mnade were
wvell putt, andt ais a mnajotrity of the
. utry were of the Radtical party in
polit ies, the vie ws ex pressedi cannot be
asoribaod to pairt isan feclinig. Tho11
(Orandt Jury pretsented:
I . The pr'esent oleot ion laws, as un
fair and untequal, arnd calculated to
otpet) thie door to fraudi and to breedi
s-traifc. Thtey recoin id that'they be
2. The emiploy'ment of the mailitary
to suplerintendt civil elections is pro
noniced a fruitful source of miischilef.
3. The conal abulary f'orco ini the
Stat e is presented ats ain evil of great
-1. With i'espoet to the late d istuirb
ance of the publtie peatce in Liaurens,
the Jury attribute thtis to the violent
andt inceendiary speeches of oertain
S-t'nnouns N rEss Urnauizr mn.-The Paris
correspondlent of the Loindon Daily
News says :"I shall never see a
donkey withiot grattefuilly thinking of
a l'rsi'andi. if anuy one happens 'to
fall out with his jtack ass, let me re
aiomimend himu, instead of beat ing it, to
slay and eat it. Donkey is now all the
fashion. W~hen one is asketd to din
nor, as ain inducomeont one is told that
therie will be donkey. The flesh of
this obstiinate but weak-.minded quad.
rupied is del iciotus-in color like muit
toai, firml and saivory. This siece wvillI
aleatroy miany ilhuisionls' and among
themaa the prejudice which~as preven
ted many uanimnals being used as food.
I can most solemitity ias-ort that I
isover wish to taste a better dinner
thtan a jointt of a donkey or a ragout
WV utToN'it 1%xiu i.-The New
Yoirk Dlaily New e.~ x plains the failure
of Weston the Pedlestrian, in five days
Tlheo public will not at all be sur
pr'ised tto hte-r that Weston has failed
to aeoon aplisht the foat of walking 400
mniles in flye days. Hie broke down on
his 2'71. t mile. Ittwas announced that
he was walking for a' purse of $5,00
biut ho really was walking for a third
of what was taken in at thme 'rink.
TIhe reaton of his failure was becauro
he- e would nedpay fifty tnniM a
heaid to see hi In. IKnough money was
not taken in to pay the gas bills, so
it, wa. thought that the afflair better be
stopped. Weston had his own judges
anid every thing in his favor to aoe
complisih the foNt, and there is no
(1o1h1t but lie, us 'Well as every other
profeisional peilestrian, cal easily
walk 400 miles iii live days oin a iort
Tb inlassiiog of, the re neh at ('re,,
toil, a sanll town covered by the gn11s
of Fort Cli ren tonl, indiciates that
Trochiu intends to 1111he thel next
sortie from 'ari a direct. attack
ipoin the Fontaineleai road. Cro' ciI
liko ('iaunpig y, is oil the left b:imk of
the Marne, but, on the opposite side
of the pen insular feurimed by the deep
curve of the river. G e a1100l Vinoy i.s
s11d to have actually pierced the (ier.
man lines at Choisy-le-Roi, near this
poit, but he was compelled to retire
beca use of' tie inability (of iorot.
to a(dvanica beyoild Champigny. It
is, therefore, probable that the recouit
sorties havo discovereil the weakness
of' the Prusssinni investing inue here,
and as it is on the direct road for
i lie olj,',tive point of the Paris garri
son wo are likely to hoar of a fierce
struggle hotween the Seine and
Ma rio rivor.-New York Herald.
Wednesday Morning, Dec.'14, 1870.
'Time MNega-o ai UIndca'inag.
The negroes had bottor, F --rry
CAN, make the most of their present,
opportuiity, as Daddy Ciain, inl his
chagini, suggests, for it will not last
long. Between the upper millstone
of the rapacious greed for oflice and
plunder of their white associates, on
lie one hand, and the nether griid
stone of the the tendency of white
iuflians to assassiliato aspiring negro
statesmen, on the other, Sambo's po
liticlt chances, even whore he has thir
ty thousand votes mi j rity, are very
poor, let him shift as lie may. Ile
has neither the intelligenco nor the
cournge, in our judgment', to use his
present opportunity,situated, as lie is,
between this upper and nether grind
stone, and after the next Presidejtial
canvass, will subside, even in South
Carolina, into his natural condition of
inferiority and dependence. Feeble
tool, he will be uscd for a short pi.
riod, and then broken and flun i ' 1
The pia'ty of moral ideas and immor
al practices will have no use for him
after 1872. illis support is apt to de
feat them in '72, and then what, a
split there will be in carpet-bagdom
even here, to got the Federal oflices
in the Stato, and federal patronage in
Washington ! But if not in '72, then
surely in '76 will his alliance prove
the millstone round the radical neck,
and then will his downfall come
speedily. Some white people are at
most as stupid as Samnbe himself, ini
not seeing aill this, and keeping tirmi
and cool anid confident of the future.
Sunali P'oliti cIanm IlsapipoIuat
The recommendation of Goev. Scott
to lessen the salaries of County ofi
cors seems to mcct with favor in
Columbia, and attention is being par
tioularly attracted to the extravagant
profits of the County Treasurers, who
recive over twic as much pay as t1he
County Auditors, and~ do far less
work. These salaries and those of
the County School Commissioners will
probably be cut down with a saving of
at least fifty thousand dollars to the
Time Conmting Wave.
A Provincial Journal says: "It
appears that thiegood people of St.
John, N. iA, are munch excited ir
,iew of the great tid al wave and earth.
quako predicted to come off on the
22d of D)eember. The Nows of thai
city says that it is "causing quite
stir among the people living in th<
how parts of thme city. An impressior
has got abroad that it will be at leasi
sixty feot high, and as a consequene
that two-thirds of the city will be
inundated or swept away. Sonme oi
the people residing in Lower Cove arc
talking seriously of moving inland,
or at least of removing their house.
hold effects to the more elevated parti
of the city, until thbe trouble is over,
The sink ing of land at Sand Point and1
Red Hlead has left a very strong im
pression that the foundations of our
city are not as Girmly planted as we
have been apt to consider themn, anid
a fear exists that the combined effecft
of an earthquako and tidal wave wvill
be too much for them, so that thiere
will be a general collapse. It may
perhiaps reassure some fearful ones te
know thatsome of the most distin.
guished rolentific men do not believe
that the fact of the Sun, Moon, Mor.
eury, Venus,8 Jupiter, Uranus, and the
Earth, being in a straight line, will
produnco any such troubles as are anti
cipated, and that they regard people
who hold such views as belonging to
tbat elasa whichi, It Is said, will never
Wo boartily approvo of the sugges
tion that tho appointees to oadetships
at West Point and Annapolis should
consist of suichi youths as stand first in
oach Congressional District upon trial
at a competitivo examination to be
free to all. Wo hope that the moem
bers of Congress from this State will
settle upon me nio practical plan of
carry ing out this tiggetiohi.
A CiAW) aiad C111 -Rioonu.
Th'le Ne w Yt.rk //emH1 sugge4 IS
places where p!(.snre :and in-truction
canl b1e obtained as a r.imedy for the
too groat iditige:n1ce ii r'in by -tle
preseit generatdion. In Winn-horo,
there is not, even a realing-rto( i as
yet. We feel very ofteit lust for a
eptiet place whero wo cohiil sit and
chat or retire itil rcild co her thui oir
Own hoei. C-n1 t y'ung imi nii who
have so succe.sfully can iieul through
the Fire Company orginizittion, not
also furnish Wintishmo with a club
ild club-romi ? It. is as imineh ieed.
ed as a Church -3 es, and more o, for
we have five of thtm already,and two
U i thout a pas' or.
Will out' hiunorahlo*Town Cour il
ploaso inform us- if there has been an
ordinance pas'.ed prohibiting the dis
pliy of firo wurkc0? If o, will they
please inform us why thero has not
beC tian ordinanco 1asmed prohibiting
the use of obceie longiage, as is used
nightly by )Per colored fellow citizens
on hotel range. TAX PAYER.
The Waslihigton correspondent of
the New York Times says: "It, is a
noticeable fact that the efforts made
here thus far to determine who are
going into the iew rever.uo reform
party coalition, for tle purpose of or
g.nizing the next hotie, all have re
sulted in complete faiFure to find a
single Republicati, as yet, who is wil
ling to be contilercd as ready for this
job. Senators Trinnhull, Schurz and
Carpenter have repudiated all tenden
cy that way, while Allison, Orth and
ient, thottgh inot, intmb'"' -i
next honse. -
--.e.,r ,*..avow al.y symipatIly
.iol such a pitipose, and Logan sends
word here froit Illinois that lio is no
party to any movement for the organi.
zatioti of tle next hou'o that is niot
regular Republiean. So far there is
yet neither for m nor substanco to the
The anthracite coal trade is stcad'
ly dwindling in proporti..n,, and will
be weekly lesi in the fiture until
winter is over. In the Schuylkill re
gion many of the miine.i have stoped.
Ott ThIursday of last week only some
400 catrs arrived at Richmond, Pa.,
and on Friday aubout 800-less than
one qiuarter the tuual nuiibert. Wages
have ocen redneedi theiure abtout 15~ per
cent.. for the mionth of' November, thte
average prico of cool for the ttointh
having been fixed at $2.28 per toin.
Th'le tiegroes of Snmi Dommtir~ havitng
onIce e'xteritett(d te wh i e<, are' now
direc'.ing t heir at t ciiiion towards exter
muinating the mtuilat toes-a cnstpiracy,
iin g at a whleale~it imaissacre of the
saddlle.poimtat ion haiivin itn jst beent dis
covered by Presiidenit Sitgetr. It, would
seem tt, thde princi ple oh ''no dist ine
tiont itt regard to racue or color"' dIous
ntot fintd mutchi iavor in the eyes of' the
itew citwe.u'is (Generai G(ratt content
plates add inig to iihe riepnudhe.
Rev. Ihenry WVard Bet cr predict
edl in his sermon, on lThtanksgiving
Day, that thte timie would soon comot
whetn a million of dollars would not
be sufficient to entitle a man to call
himtself rich. WVe gather from Mr.
Beecher's renmrks that Ite looks for
ward to the day when we shtall aill be
millionaires. Manty people will hope
that his "forecast" will be justified.
Sotme idea of the railway travel
into and out of London may be had
fronm the fact tha1t the total niuncber of
trains ontoriing anid leaving the city
itn one dlay is lifty-four per htour, or
very nearly onte per mtinuto dni ing
the whole of t hi' wensty-'four honrs of
the d ay ; and t i- i nutne-Is hibusintess
is cotiducted withI a freediomi fromt ac
cidemtt thtat is alm tti t xutmp jtioni.
Mimtste'r Wasb~u~rne'si lu'tter wu.bl
st emt to settle tih mai~tt'r th:t thue lrench
ini lie late terrb- wo' n rk itr''mtid Pa;ris
have snf''re'd u'ven't beyond theIn puoint of
tell ing. Hie declaure'tt t ihe'y a re he'aten
at atll poinits btut ont-' ; I th t the endl is
alpparently' near' ; andii thait the capli iila
tioni withint thr~ee wee'ukatmay be looked
for. It will of course~ he' brne it mimd, to
give emtphaasiR to this, that Wash
bturine liasgood opportutttie s of knowing
the real situat lon.
ARRivAl. OF Et'I~ilRANTs AT SAVAN
NAin.--Seventy-t throe Swedish emi..
grants comprising farm laborers and
domestics, arrived in Savannah' on
Weodnesday last, (rotn New York.
They will locate in Jones County, Ga.
There isnothing mean about farm
work. There is nothing ungenerous
or ungrateful in the stock. There are
no such sore and sour thingo to deal
with as we moot every dity amtong
mean mCn. Defaultors, liars, and
thieves, have ito place on the farin.
Those miserahle characteos are in
towns. The farmer ought to be a
good man. He has loss temlp!tation to
be a bad maun than any charactor we
know of. Ali his work is ennobling.
His cemtact is with Nature. IIis
d ealing in wit It the old I*ar th, whih is
lit! ow her of us all, and which will
take all iito her kindly arms again
when lirfo's litful fever is over.
0! it is delightful to turn tho back
upo a1.11 OiouN, quarrel.-oine,sti uggling
mon,$ lkd look upon the green fielts,
and commun e witho the honest cattle,
an1d live with Nature and he.r chil
ien. he farmte's noble Work is
worthy of a noble cousecration.
TLe Patriot, a new "D.mocratio or.
gun just.,et in operation at Washing
toll, says : "But let the policy of the
future be that of Diecentralization.
In the words, earnestly and fitly spo
ken lately, of one who, bred an Old
Line National Whig is now a Demo
erat, "Let us shun, as wo would the
'peotilential vapors of a vault,' the
leaden atmosphere of a strong govern
mont. It, bears hurd upon industry
a id enterp i1e, and when you reach
t'ie b':ttoin, w ith the weight of tax. a
t'on from above and the Ceaseless
t-id of a stan.iig army at the base,
th--re is no outlook, no escape for the
laboring niass. Tho American peo
pie were not inado to - breathe such."
We hope so with all our hoart.
Let the future of Democratic legisla
tion prove it and develope it.
The maj.rity of the members of
the House who have arrived here,
says the Washington correspondent
of the N. Y. Times, thus far, are de
cidedly opposed to the repeal of the
law providing for a session of the
Forty-second Congress in March.
Speaker Blaine and Clerk McPherson
also think it_'oikL' - o o .0 r"
. . 1' 0 ....t- I- Am iipolitic to re
peal it. There is a manifest advan
tage in having the legislative body or
ganized at all times, and the ecseion
will, doubtless, be held. The protec
t ionists are generally also. against re
p-al. as that would only give addi
tional time for combinations to gon
trol the organization next December.
A new keg, churn, bucket, or other
wooden ve.4el will generally commu
nicato a disagreeable taste to any.
thing that is iut, into it. To prevent
this inconvenience, scald the vesfel
well with boiling water, letting the
water remain in it until cold ; then
dissolve some pearl--ash or soda in
luke-warm water, adding a little lime
to it ; wash the inside of the vessel
well with this solution. A fterwar-ds
'scald it well with hot water, andl
rinino with cold water beforo you use
it. The reason for this is, the ready
combination of resinous mutter with
alkalies to formz compounds soluble in
ToESs:wrmo-01nr~s or Nr~w YonK.
-"Maoauiley writes from New Yor-k
to the lHoehester Democrat:
By no0 class is the approach of win
ter (dreaded more thtan by the pour
girls of this city. This class numbers
at least thirty thousand, and includes
sonic very worthy eharacter. In
dleed, there are freqnent instane of
fanihie- reduced froem wealth to
pioverty, and dependent on the earn
ings of an itndustrious ditughter who
teaches or serves ill a stcre, and thus
keeps her aged piarents from the
The autumn now just closing has
been a ver-y dull season, nnd most
branches of employment have been
d iminished. Cblai & CJo., who usu
ally employ large ntumbers of girls
in their cloak department, discharged
most of them early in the season.
The stamping establishment, whose
imitation of embroidery baa been so
very popular, have alIso discharged
large numbers. The hook trade has
been very sak, and hundlrods, if not
thousand,, of book-folders and paper'
a titcbersm have been idle. The per .
flinory business is greatly reduced,
and even dress-makiing, which im
proves as winter fashions prevail, is
unusually doll. The highest price
paid for women's wages is five dollars
per week ; that is, on an average.
A very capamble band in some shops
can mi-ke seven dollars, but there are
fe w thait resch that figure. The cheap.
os rate of hoard is three dollars and a
hlalf, and the reader can form an idea
of the chance these ghals have of saving
~Iavin~g been occasionally brought
beindl the scenes,lI cannot now gaze
intosvny of the splendid windows of
our fashlonable dress-makers without
DEATH OF A PRINrER.-We learn
from the Raleigh (N. C.) .Standard,
that Mr. John F. WVhite, a practical
printer, and a native of Wnke County
died in Raleigh on last Sunday, aged
about thirty-seven years. Mr. White
was for for a long time employed in
the Courier office. He was a true
SJouthern man, and gave four years
to a defenco of thme Sonthern e..s..
THE WAR IN EUROPE.
IHAVAN, I )'erim ber 6.-The Fro nO
war vessels continue on the watch for
(.ernan stcaiers from New Orleans.
Deltodas leaves on the 15-1. DeLRo
das has freceI 4,000 add itioial blacks,
leaving not slaves wherein the G.,vern
iient, is interested. The prisoners
Mura and Paroda were brotnghlt from
C-rdenas to 11 Lvalna. Th1e Sp:nish
Regent has grant-ed to M atanzas tihe
title of "eve!ry lo-yal noble.'"
A .ll. N, December 5.-The ollicial
vote for Covernor will bo declared by
the 8- ate c iiva-sers ai follo.. s: I 1od1'
i .n, 399.532 : Woodliu i, 3'6 436 ;
0 rahain, labor Reform, 1 907 ; scat
teringf,9bak and defective, 1,8151;
total vote, 771,'2.
N Ev Yet, Dcember 6.-The
llerald,4 special, dated Tonrs, 5th,
says a train bearing Ganibetta from
O loans, was fired into by th Prus
sians. The French spiked 500 can
non ' efore abandoning Orleans. The
French retreated to Blois.
NEw - Yonxc Decenber 6.-At inid
night, lastnight, the steamers Champi
on, from Charleston and Tsane Bell
for Norfolk, collied off Woodlands ;
both badly damtaged. John James,
of the Bell, was killed.
General Jordan wasarreated to.day,
but bailed in $100,000, on a charge
of violating the neutrality laws.
Nrw lki.oin, Decenber 6.-A
negro boy, fifteen years old, confesses
to the miurdei of an old man of sixty
whon h1e robbed of $610.
N .w Ont.EANS, Decetmber 6.-It is
rep)rted that the crew of the missing
steamship Mlatipisa have been picked
up : she went into Key West.
Monn., Dse mber,6.-The, Dime..
cratic municipal ticket has been elect
od by over 1,000 majority.
Naw YonI, December 7.- A
World special from Tours, the 5th
says the direction of the French army
has taken is not stated, but it is be
lieved to be towards Tre. In the
fighting of the last three days the
French covered themselves with glory
but tile fate of war was adverse.
In the engagement of the 3d, at
Patoy, 20,000 French held ground
against 60,000 of Frederick Charles'
arimy, but they were oit to pieces by
shells. The German artillery _:v.
served with fearful *14_.__r mi
effect. '11 r %.vTehIeI Ii n g
'..t. 1.-';i;Papal Zouives fough t
with superhunan bravery, and nearly
all were killed. The Govcrnment
appeals to the people of France to
still Imaintain resistance, wihich is
certain finally to end in triumph.
The army of the Loir'o is still 200,
000 strong. During another month
800,000 Frenchmen will be under
A Tours despa oh, of the 5th, says
the German foreo engaged in the bat
tle yesterday, north of Orleans, em
braced the united armies of Frederick
Charles, the 3d, 9th, aind 10:.h corps,
under the Dukc of Mecklenburg, one
Bavarian corps, and two infantry and
two cavalry divisions, 150,000 in all.
The French force consisted of six
corps, aggregating 160,000 mon, but
were deficient. in cavalry. he conhat
ended with a repulse on Sunday. It
commlenlced Monday, and continued
withl varying suCCesses during F'riday
andl Saturday, but Sunday the success
es of the GermIans were great, though
purchased at equally great cost.
Lou )Ns Deccemiber 9.-The Pr-us
sians senit a flag of truce inito Paris,
anuounleing thle capture of Orleans,
and tile rout of the Army of the Loire,
with thirty guns, thl(uusands of pr ison
era and1( the reportedl deathl of General
8-r. PF.TEIsniURO, December 8.
The general tenor of the R~ussian
notes to the powers is, that the Ruts
sian (denmands are essential to the main
tenance of pee.
LONlnoN, Deember 7.--Thae town
is full of rumors, purporting that
Paris will capitulate on the 10th in
stant. Great constraetors are known
to hatve prepaired immllOne quantities
of provisiolns to be dlespatche-d to
Paris, and special contrnacs have becen
made for railway t ranlsportation. Tihe
quarrel between llisnarch and tile
Crown P1 inlee has broken out worse
LosNoN, December 9.-Galdstone
has written a letter, November 30, to
Edmund IDesae, M. P. for Qucen%
County, Ireland, acknowledging the
receipt of tihe petition pray ing for theC
intervention of England in behalf of
thte temporal authority of the Pope.
Gladstone says the Government hias
not interfered withi any changes in
Rome since tihe election of Pins IX,
but feels bound to make, anid has made
prov[.ion for afFording protection to
the Pontiff. In the mleantime, Ttaily
explicitly engages to protect tile
Pope's freedom and manini~ain his
DIEnJ.IN, December '7.--A despatelh
from the King to the Queen conlfirms,
the report of 10,000 prisoners, soven
ty-seven cannon and four gun-boats
being captured at Orleans. TIhe
King adds: "Von Twostea h~as car
ried Griddy, Javey and Privimi by
storm, and Manteuffel occupied Rouen
after victorious encounters. Goedet
now holds the city. Eight heavy guns
were found in the ontrenohmeats."
FLREncEo, Decemuber 7.-The royal
spelh was well receIved. bignor
.11rahohero bas been elected President
of the Lower, Chamber.
Aosta will set out for Spain about
New Year's. The deputation from
Spain is everywhere received with the
warmest expressions of welcome. It
has5 gone to Turin to offer its congrat
ulation to the future Queen of Spain.
World cables from Tours, 7th,
says: The Government states that
tho Army ofthe Loire is in its old quar
ters, but the locality Is not given.
Desnair baa seismd on.soni horm en
the spirits of others have risen to
met the desporate condition of af.
fairs. The Government decl ires (hat
its reverses woro only of temporary
importance. Many railway traii
loaded with cattle, .0heep and provis
ionq had been concentrAtel iiear
Orleans rr the sier of 1', , r is.
They were all saved. Tle evac ut i oil
of Orleins wai eausel ly (lie demoral -
iration of the new l1renel troops und
mistaken strategy, uid indci',in of
S(Jeneral d'A treib m, who alluved I x0
(orips to be overwiiaVthiled I' the whole
Pru sian ara y, althugh lie had two
l"unore Lbthosand men w it biin reach.
ibi returns s ale tlihit the rml ya
fof the Loire Cunsis-tal of 390,000 fill-.,
with 1000 gulls. In the ei'gagen
of the 31 ,iad] .1ih inly ),000 livelii
fought agailnst 15Q,000 Germi M~s. Tilt
plan of the e imi ;i ds devi e. 1 by
(j:u ett, aidedl b l D Rare, a yiing
officer of lM'.ginleers, a11m1was either
not carrit- cut by d'.o\u h c -. r the
plaitifiself was fatally eivneus.
1lAvnE., Dec:ember .-The Ciron
clads have lven ordied ly the
French Governmitta to tepair iinnoe
diately to llavre, to assist in the de
fence of the city.
NE.:wI Y ongK, Dcember 10.-A
Berlin specoial reporta- greaut putblic
rejoicing over recent vietorics. It i.
believed the war nours an end. A to
address from the peuple to the Kit g
lit's ee i prop s 'i, a.,king the iLume.
diate bombat rdment of Paris.
LoNDoN, Doeete.ber 8 --Chinia newt4
received at the War Oilce to-day, ik
serious. There Ia m be (. kn ith fu er
hostilo deilonstrations ai pi: st tie
Chri'stians at Tient.t.in. IC is Iv'
aflbimed to-day that Ihi-sia has ordr-.
ed from A meria 100 IN it railluses
and 1,000.000 to-a'eic cartridge.
M any Englili .ps engers i .n arti.
ving from Haivre. I'ley relort the
Germans marching thhherwati, and
its investment is hourly expected.
IAvti.:, December 7.--The l us
Hans are ad vanu ing, 'The rentich
gave them battle a few mile.sI distant.
The loses were about e4uial.
LOM:nos, December.-The Prussians
exacted :3,250,000 fraites in Burgoidy
for the expulsion of (he ('ermai.
The Tiin-s h:is a striking a.id con.
ciliatory editorial oin thal Alabm:a
claims. It asks no itamni' y for M~e
insults beaped uponl l it ,*'
de pred aj ions .o.f i.n .ama, but it
braves the s-tlemient of the clibts,
not merely becaiise they are jsiit, hit
like visc for the innugunra i n "f a he -
ter feeling and close ii i' y hel wen
the two countries. 'The( Mol nIing '-t
sees no hope of better I a tns with
the United States. '.he l'.t satr t he
host Americans avoid < r air(I diktn
fron political life, wahile mun like
1tl2r wield politicaliflu.-nae.
DAnMSTn-, Deoinber 7.- 1,outi
telegraphs the (rrand Duke fr,>m
Orleans, December 7: We march of
our ways from TPtirs, to-day.
rs.tIAii.L.:S) Dacember 7 -I.e
Prussian ire vigorously pursuinig tle
army of the b, tire.
Hi:ius. Decembier 7.--'he Provis
ioni ~al 'iesp)ndcal , ofl;bis c'i , savs
Ihe proposed .i iaiilchnants to ut coll
stiLutional treaties are p'ndig rjction
or adop1ition, wLich at tlie present time
Wotl' (inally 11(: endtiger ieace. All
She( ameindmnits tImus [ar hacve baeen
oposed by the COavernment and. re
MIorit proposes to suspend 1( 1~ paymenit of
monthlc''s. ith the~ mitand(in tat fl lhe
bon-holdt rs '' a re als ti)oi ct ra t a. lice
I obaucco mnopoilv for' (1a. a years.
Nci's liin ,
('ir a ntTar5ioN, D~aecembeitr 1 0. -A rri v.
1(1d--Stam sh ips Jametts A di rar, New
York ; J. WN. lak.rmian, Pilarho lphaia;
sicthor Myrover, Nw Y'a Vork.
WAmSio-roxT~, [(aetmerpl't 9.--Thlie
TPribune says, ediLaitrially a " teneratl
aminnesty' btl, snehci as Gleni. I ilullr is tot
subitiit to thei I ouse', w~ ith an oitlliss
list of e'xepIion, ii n at iit heit coutn
try waiil lit, cot?,nt. with, or' whaut thie
political sit nt iaan demands.iil Thei tru'th
its, thait thL lil is a miistiomler, for it
graints pardoni iin a few notailreii'cady
ipractically'i' aexempteda from thlei r diisa.
hliitites. It is pro'cisely thei saoi mens~ii
nires whtichi was laid over ait. the last
session Th'loughi the coimimitten does~
niot appear to hiave been edncatced .c) a
b~rouader appreciation of its datt m' in the
matter, public senIi ment. nmeant ine,
hasi advanced int liberality. The pres.
ant bill waill riot do,) andi we trust I hatc
before it is adopied, the Ilouise, which
wae are. told, evinices comprehti'iensive'
commtoit sense, on the qw'ast ion, will
inh cimiiiprove andc extindl it..
SAx Fuax.~cs.s a'cemb'ter 9.-l'The
comleteC ('ens is of (iifornia showsl ant5Ot
it0crease im teni yatrs of 12(;, ;l9; i
crease in lie cit y oaf San iFrane~ iisco,
93,- '70, or nie'a rly '20) par ctint.
E w Y ont , D)ec'tmber 9. -lTe
srmalli pox is rapidly) spreading in
B:'ooklynt la~t Ilush I lcag,iial iaI the
and the new (Coniy Ahnis JIoitse waaill
be pre'paredl at onie ias a hosipit al.
Ot'licials ol aill tc'i-gra ph comnpanties
were im contstubat ion t o-day, andti re'port
e'd liat Ithe tart i' on all menissaiges bet
mreased 50 per centt, from Januiary I.
(CustotimI utonw iet ective's is moicrn
inig s'ctiroc ed $6000 wa rthi of simutggled
silks anid velvets mi a boatrdinig-honise
on WVest street. Thle goods lave bieen
samuiLgled fromi Firance neross tho Eng.
lish Chianneil Lo the North of Ireland
and~ thence to port in emigrants' chests
having false bottoms. 'lThe businesus is
be'lieved to have lately' been very ex.
tensive, and that the Government has
lost in duties by this~ means $250,000
SAN FnAxelsco. D~ecemnbar 10.
M c~ormie'k's ma cjori ty for Congress in
A rizona is 95l.
N~tw YORK, December 10,--The
conference between thai Crispims and
their 'emnium mre.wa tnneirfa m.
neither party were willing to make con
cessions. The coumiu tee reported that
1101tig canl e expected from the
bI)sses, and i lite Strike goes on.
\V A NOTN, .December 10.-Th
Colliection (di lie incone tax from Brig.
h1:111 Youngl. has beenI postponled unt1il
Coigiress canl settle tho quesition at
Ii :t-i 01l Ielli'rllphed l ifco, aud
ithere is very Hithe doubt of its t ruth,
ib:1 sIl elick will be nominated Mitnis
s-r It 1l0ngland. The naval Committee
re1,11orted fiavoratbly Ip il Porter,s nomi
iaiot a, AdniiraI, but tnder ohjection
ihe confirimat.ion wont, ovar. .
Cd. W'ornley advertises his Chronicle
The Presistdnt and] Cabinet, except %
n-sswel, ,tuended Walbridge's funt.
K NxvIt.E lTENN., December 10.
A o ine on tIlt Virginia and Georgia
l1;Iilroad explodedl to-day, killing the
4tiuior aniid fireman and iijesrinsg
hll urr's CoriT:NT, D.-ceiiber 10.
A lieavy North-eat storn prevail<t,
xil! fiw and rain ; the seat is riltiniing
iigh, and there i. lit) prospect of grap
I lvhe caibles to-day.
Sp.-ei e shipinists to-day nearly half
t nill ionfi
iNTGs)Moi:nty, Al.., December 10.
-li joi nt con vin ion to day, the Mont
:uiiiry Adveriser (Democratic) waa
hected Sitafe priner, by 38 mojorsty
>vI ti Sha Press (Republican.)
B-st I ioises iake a recess from Man
lay next, for one nO1111l.
Niv Yoni, Dec. 1.-Evening.
'otAton dull and drooping ; sales I,
'70 bales at 15}. Gold 101.
CiiarYEsor, December 10.-Ct.
,n dull --middlings ld) ; sales 700
Lales ; receipts 1,863 biles.
Dotton opened quiet-uplands 81;
3rileans 9,-; isles 8,000 bales.
Itn F. As Coutrus.-Judgo Vernon
ias isnucd a writ of habeas corpus, in
he case of the Laurens prisoners,
which was served upon Sheriff Fra.
;ce, yesterday,) returnable before him
it LaurCst. Mes-s. II. L Farley, J.
'. It. Willianois, A. D. Garlingztoh,
Tos. )Copeland and T. F. Richardson
ire the prisoners referred to. We
Ilarn that Sheriff Frazee, unmindful
if the terribly exaggerated state
wvents of the Ku Klux and other out
myges in that Distriot, proposes to ac
:ot1uany the prisoners without a
,,nrI-d . Col. Mo-.eley, N.18. Hlarris,
leury Suber and Sheriff Jones, who
were released on bail, a few days ago.
wero rearrested, yesterday, on a
rlbaarge of murder. Where and when
will these outrageous arrests ceaso ?
The Senate is to be full, this com
ing winter, for the first time since
1861, when Southern Senators left
their seats. The body will oonsist of
seventy-four members. But bide for
the adinissi,,n of two more',States
are pending and will pass at an ear
ly day in the session, and thus we
will have an additional number of
Cuba and othor portions of the
WVest Iudica will soon add numbers of
States to the Union. The extension
of suffrage will settle the question of.
the extension of territory. This ad
mtinistration will no doubt take the
initiative, as it ha. already attempted
to (10, int the policy of annexation of
foreign territory. General Grant,
if ho be sustained, will yet carry out
his scheme for the annexation of Domni
nica, and this will invoke and not long
precedea the aiC~sition and annexation
A RAnICAL RENoUNCING THEF PAn
Tv.-Dr. Sami. Bard, of the Atlanta
True G1eoimian, who was the first man
in the Sonit h to nominate Grant for the
Preosidenicy, who advocated him in the
nomrinatLing con vent ion, anud was after
wardls arupointed Governor of one of
the Noth-wcstern territories, (which
appomntmnit he dlid not aiccep)t,) pub
lishes a cnrd tdeclaring that "the mission
of lhe Republican party Eas cnded,"'
andl that, lie will in the lutare oppose iL
BlardI seems to have had a surfeit of
Grant and1 his party, ore the first half
of the great, pecmae' term had
passed atway. There will be niany
mor'se like-msinded to desert the sinking
sip of Radicahlemi.
Can' TR'IAcTION.-Tho experiment
by Gen. Beanuregard, President of the.
Carrolton Railroad Company, of the,
t raction system for propelling street
cars, waIs satisfacetory. Tbe car ran
to and~ fro very rimoothaly Indeed,
being mado to go fast or slow, at will.
It remauins to be seen whether the
system will work on a long line with a
large number of cars.-NVew Orlen
A plain "charge," by an outspolsen
judge :"Gentlemen of the jury, in
t his case the counsel on bqth sidles are
unintelligible ; the witnesses Qon both
sidles incredible :and the plaintiff' and
defendant are both such bad charac
ters, that to mc it is indifferent which
way you give a verdtict."
One hundred and fty thousand
dollasrs have boorr raised to establish a
first class Demiocratie paper In San
Francisco. The company offered
$100,000 for an old established daily
in order to get into the telegraph
combin at ion.
A lady fashionably dressed next
winter will look like a molasses bar
rel, with the funnel on top, bottom
side up. The hats are to be the shape
of the funnel, while the hoops will be
the same size all the way.
The man who works ,..t. . w...n