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r-t orbi N irern ehren.
'r... Vl"*V Nj 1lOUlner toe ithen
at's s i'in'' y
ha t; . o d4. :4 i ". . ....'1
ortesu- hy e hol otb
dh-, wo sha.1 rfuel'I to rejoico over
he prospority of' Ilie wholo re-united
and. lhk' nu e I ofuse to turn our
- 11 I ie brave and hon as en,
mug anld dd who followved our
-mers i abodie , to (te d cr,
t *tl s~origy, is I I ra uson
by w' aUbIl nt crterii'ze with
' ' Y r n* 1 andi hi u I Iist, m11en1 Who
I .t i' h other~i i'ide'.
I Ar'es3 to you tir, that I amn an
" I '" lit ;t ! I ; w-ob(j vii.g citizin of
Ue 'n -'d StatiS ; that I i pi Itif-sco in]
a nili lai:ain all legitimate ro
L f. t t, % ir ; kt I 'ii rnestly' de
1-e tI.e uiity an.d p-op letuity of the
A hi'le econtry, ' its pros-petity and
Innor. I de-iite nriever ag,- in to ree
% . 'at energies, its van?)t resoutroes,
111si o < sod e , 41 ith wist4
t iest n *1~ in the iiol ]e
ia.-k (:' -tl-f deti- t -ttion ; but ferveait.
IV prily Ilat evory tml of the weali
if its bosom1iiz, 11e1 cry spark of the
reri s of i:.i hl d t-e uay be devoted
i') tie ('iticnmi welfitr beti ceforth and
forever. And in attestation of till
this I pledgt a faitlh which stood by
aI mi eitcaus throuigh misfat tunie
d de1 (it fti at, li iight IIInii iunan t ished
4, 10V' I'i et l nynt.t ti-I
It.n' l'itieres eteemy mu11st y- e
Solifiior ind duty required it.
\ r1 iepictfilly, sir, your obedi
'nt .selv nit, Z/idit-ON 11. *ANCFi
1If WN SBORO.a
Wedneosday Morning, Jan. 10. 1871.
"If every main will sweep before hi
.i d(oor," says the proverbi, -we will
h1.1, it Clean strect," aNd we hav<
Ownugh01t of it late a *% a very simpl
ani-l %i't ive Ilia for improving (u.
iniiition, that each mn1111 should thor.
"lI.r IN maaer and pract.o .is own
special bui ess, heiler that of mor
clitl lawyer, dietirteacher,earp,
ter, 1laksim ith, or field -laborer. Can
there be a doubt that, it' every indi(
% i-ual %%i. do Lis or her best, all wil
do well, if i1"t illm 1ediately, certaitiin
af:eor a whil ? Do you wish for botte
tinlios ? 'TIi'y cali (ly come with
h1e!ocr pc lple, iid better 'people cit
oily c sie with your bocoming on
of a li ter sit, by being better as r
man, ant hiter as a fellow-worke
with other iiembersof Society inl PTO
Inoting i*s prosperiy. Lo tho wi-hi
ed for improvement, then, begin a
onon, aind begin at homie. What eve
ii nlied iately before You an(d fully it
vonr pow'r I > do, d., it withi you
m qhi. vt e to coiplain that I"ou:
people don't pri-sper as much as l theJ
c01id,'' and do as weil as4 /o O111
o/ud1.81/. What a chango there woulIr
) i) Ithe s!C4 t, it Och unn woultd
iy .sweep jait before his own door.
C'~atlu4we'ed A 1a'
The wo'le, ful succeiis of tle com
pletion of the \lount Cenis tunne
nearly eight miles long under the
A'ips, i: Cilling the at tention of epi
ah.,t to thle met ive-p ower tha t hai
hieein instri; iienital ily nitinipjs}aiig it.
Iliy means1 of' w ateor fl aing diown tih<
'ides of' the mtounltain, aind rtoair'ed it
regulate'd quanities' iinto re'serv'oirs 0
tir, thei a ir ill sneh revservir s wim
Cioiiressoed to thle extenut of foulr oi
live atmiiosphecres, and1( then lot of
through log t ubes, in jets, ngainst a
miov'eabtle pi;t on, to the fui'ther ('ld
'f whicb wei'o at tached seven or eight
reohig chiizels for the pieroing of the
riek. Whlimnevei' watler fails, air enn
be si ni ar"I comprei'isu'd and conduct
1in tubei' to ats dist ance, within a
rains of f or or five miles, conve
ninly I i.s with work a revolution
linr - rnches of nanufacturo, for
imaniy times' cheap11er than stam,
I ow r id iculons in eveory other part
of thia world except portions of the
eotton helt, where it is considered
n idom rnot to mako food enough for
the popild tion, now seems the theory
of Ma!t hus that populitioii thiretns
'outgrowi prcdnot ion. Sine h le
.vrote, applied rocone has quadrupled
lie amolunit of food raised by the
ame" hiuiman labor on the tame il,
md hats increased a hiund-red-fold the
netins of inter-coimmtrication and nu
nerous other luxur'ies- that have
trown now to be necssitina. Steam,
leetrioity, and now comnpressedl air
1:ye got way ahead of the babies.
['ho certainty of every baby born
inving a suflicioey of' the conveni
mees and comforts of life increases
lally. The poor will continue to be
ruth us, butt a pauper of the next een
ury will enjoy as much of life as the
ntiddle olas: as of the century just
.A (lood PlIatfoau.
The Charlesto') Reipuldicana advo.
rites minority representation. The
jolumbjia Union favors all who Vote
ecing first Comipelled to pay their
oll-tax, TJhie Winnsboro Nan'8 fa
ors the enouneen by resolution in
lie LegIslature of equal butt separate
ducational provhibm for' thy two
acts. WVe believe that, if a portion
If the liepublican party will' plent
lbomselvem firmly Upo the above,
platform at- once, and. wek steadily
joined by a large proportion of the
best men white and blauk, in the State,
atd will succeed. No party can grow
without ideas, and of ideas just at
present the Radical party in South
Oarolina is most singularly barren
and deficient. We have, though an
editor, cased to read with interest
the proceedings of the Legislature.
Such an utter dearth of anything like
iitellect, public spirit, or original
thought, was never before displayed
even in South Carolina. The radioal
papers seem to contain all the brains
of the party, and cemi det-irous of do-.
inag good. But they havem touuh !uIa
ter iail to deal with, and pirvu.te, ut
la'ik the party w It take up a few p0no
tic-l anid liberal ida c ,. :o as to bring
in better maiteri.1 to h ave t~iill
tougher customeurs hereafer. Suvl
iucompoieaey and igniranc will dia
guqt, if coniinued, every decent ani
in the State, and ih the n. xt Legila.
ture with a bet of asses to which the
present Fet of i'cop.tet.<, will be
perfection. Simc oplpt.outa of radi.
Ulista Vory ruint y prefer this exuel
course of affairs. Will the few true
men pernmit it ?
Particulars fronm UnI6n.
Prom the Uision Times of a late
date, we glean the following fauts eon,
cerning the fate of those who were ar
rested and lodged in jail charged with
the rurder of Mr. Stevens, during
the recent troubles at Union :
"Ol Wedinesday night., about 12
o'clook, about fity di.,guisod armed
mien suddenly camne into our town,
and demanded the keys of the j.iI
flom the Shei iff, which' was reftised.
They then arrested the Shea iff and put
hin under guard, and with axes ad
and other weapons broke into the jail
and took out five of the prisoners who
had been placed there under buspicion
of being connreted with the tnurder
of Mr. Stevens. They dea rted av
noiselestly as they arrived, up the
Spartanburg road. Early the tiext
morning two of the prisoners were
found dead about a mile teom town.
For sonie time nothing could he
heard of the other thrte, but durinV
ti e day they were reported alive but
badly wounded. T wo of them were
rearrested after their wounds had
been dressed. Various reports are
.float as to the fate of the other, but
there is no doubt thi at le is ver se.
veiely wounded, nod in the hands ao
oWe regret to state that Mr. Dan
iel Smith, who was shot by the ne
groes in Silas Hawkins' house, on
iundiay night, lied tium the wound,
Governor IHalffman.n'e message to the
Ne W York Legislature, as alluded to
by the telegraph, iay be regarded,
says the New Orleans Times, as the
first aggressive step taken by the
Deinoratio party to recover the
rights and libertiesoverthrown by the
long rule of R~adiedaisnm. It at the
sameo time inudienmtesi a condition of
public affairs somewhat analogous ho
that whlichm preceded the late revolu
tion. ie urges upon hi's pcoople the
policy of oppoinig force by force, .of
resisting by the iiitary arm of the
IState aiyi ttmp upon hepart o
the National Gov'ernmenet to interfere
with or coerce elections. The isse
made(1 is both a hold and a broad ones
and directly sets an enactment of the
Fesderal Oci'ernmeint at defiance.. If
sustained by the authorities of New
York in this position, that State will
a sume the same eos.flicting attisude
toamrd the cent ril govea inment; oc
eupied by the New England 8tates
after nullifying the Fugitive Slave
lill. WVo all know what bhternmeas
this awakened throughout ever'y see
tion of the country, and we ha~e- nio
reason to anticipate any ether result
in the present inmstanee. The apple
of discord has evidently been hurled
by the arma of Gov. hloffmnan, and be
fore long our politicel Paradise will
be in an uproar..
ATTEMPT To BaAK .YaIT..--An at.
tempt wans made by siome of then priL,.
iniers confine') ini he jail, at a his placem
to break ont,. en Tuesday aof last weaek
A' younrg mani in the emiploy of the
Serilf ws in aihanet osf fae'Nhng the
p rozers. Aq hn opened Ite outside
door (a le prisoners i tae da y dine he
in'g allowed ithe walk) lie was kniecked
dowvn by one of t.am, whoe rushed
d aown the~ sair'. andl inmde good his
eSea'po. Tri.'e bov~a holhiad for thec
murder of Mr. Kirkp.atrickl.. Rlnwed',
buti. lihe yongaest daaaght aer afi the Sher:.
'f, hearing tha flomea s aand prestumintgf
the facts,gathered an axe anad rana to the
foot of the stairs iai a me 'n nme et lhim
jan4t as hem w~as ahbaai toa m h, his exit.
8 rikmag himii on a he sahaaajb-ra first, to
dienible him, slae siaezad haoldl af him a ad
held him fast not i .,js iae, e~aane. lat
Ior the braverny niaa .d nien - of the
young lady the murdnieretr wou'd vii
doubtedly heave nistde hais cape.-..
Lancaster L dprm.
OurSLI!NO JofuN t W.
Edmuonla Lewis, the yotv8 aoulptre,
has returned. t6 -RouIma. 8l4e takes
with her a sot isaInu to o1tise a life.
size statme of John~ B~rbn fot 3he
Unon~ Lea-gue Cltm,
is thus that aIly"y'seeks to
tnato the m'ymo ot f a dt'w1
The New Empire.
The following ia tho text of die &d.
dress to be presented by a dopiitation of
thp North German Parliainrht to King
William, at Versailles. It was adopt..
ed bcy' 191 yearw against 0 nays, (Social
MosT ILLUIStniOuS AND MIGHTYC
KING I MOST GnAcIoUS MASTER I
At the call of your majesty the people
his rallied afotihd its leader, and heroic.
ally defends on foreign soil fle father.
Wand whieh had beeno wantonly chal
eItiged. The war demands imnonsura
ble sacrifices, hitt the leep gri,-r at the
loss 4f het brave Imy, does not, shake
tide eletermitel resolirion of te. nation
Who ill jtot lit v wci,le ler irms i fll
cec' is as-tured ht at L'enre a til f-eiwt.
protietL ftrontieir' n inst. tihe reicIrt! hcI
nitineks- of h.er je-nni-. rm-ihbicorr, Th:ils
(of I lf vicitorces to w Iicl yo.ut N jes! V
has4 le ite I rmies of Germn i v I 'he.
fait h1 ni cmpantioclship .1 uarm4. tIh, na
iono looks forwani to u eandiecrig ntiecly,
'ie Nor Qoi Gerieane Parlianien, InI
u lison Wi llte pritnces of German y,
aiproaches witht t p ilent. vole r
Ninciestky will deign to icnseertto' ile
work atnd uninfcationl by acc.-pting I)he
Imperil Crown of Uerimiy. rice
TIeitonce crown on tile heAd of yonr
M cjesty well iinnignrate', for the re-es
tablihed Enior of lhe Oernin nation
in era of power, of peace, of well-btteg,
and of lilerly, sectired under the prote.
tion of ie laws Tle faeiriand licankesi
its le-alder Ind the glorious arcny, at tle
heatd of w hie yoir Mejesty siill dwells
ct glorious bacile-fields. The devotion
and cite deeds ofiisSons will be re
ciinu re'd for-er. AIay it soon bet
voucliszaled that the meieror. crowned
witi glory. shall restorn pence tit the
natin. U.Tn it eel (ermnctcey Ias proved
itself mighty anpid victorious in war,
iider ilie h-a d,-rshi) (if ts spreme
co-mander. Tho tinited Ge.riai I-o
pir'- Will he migl.ty and jitcee-lovieg
inder its Emperor.
Yaer royael Mjety's most huneble
need miost. fai lhfidly oh.leienlt.
THE, EkI:CiISTAO eOw TIM Nolnit Gi:ct1,
S1XounSAn c SMrMENT.--The New
York Tribune says: "'C'ustom in
Chiiia.allows a erininsi under sen tl'en
of death t: buy a subsiit ie. Mulenv of
the persons execuled for the Tieel TiII
mnassacre were not the giiih v mni cct 0l.
The mandarianai arresttei a fv of lhie
meaner criminals, carefeully ollowel cell
the test to esecpe, aced Rih-d cup 1h(% ht.
of victins with .sino-iliea w ho were 1
quite recady to sccffer i.Ccli n incc inc
consideration of HO tnlcis apiece. Per.
1hap. a more correct, way of im I. it.
would be to scy that h,-se usefucl gen
tionien we're Icred of i'v'ir respec ve
famtilie, at. s io eVIi for the day, cancd re.
tirned after their heacds ha c'iven cuc
ioff'to ie decent t hiried. TheY had I
ile satisiction of knowitg that thev
could provide much nore liberaflv fGr
t heir wives nid children mi tin lY wcy?
thani any other, and by their vicarons
statemetilt savi the Gorerment a greil
deal of dreadifl bother. <
DEATIH,-F A SONO WRIT15-l-The
death is announced in Ecnglawd of
Stephen Olover, who, for over a quar
ter of a century, has been very po-pu
lar as a corposer of graceful s..ngs,
which have been heearA in- aliiost ,e;y
palclor both in Great liritain 'ed in
thiis country. "Why do siamer
lose's fcade ?" "T1he Monkse ,.f oclrl'
and e"I love the merry,'cmer:f~ a.mn.
clhme," are amonig htis best known
comcpositiors. Shortly afttr the~ ap
pecnruccte of Mr. .Dteleend, "Ihavid
('oppefield,"' MJr. Olrcver gn so the
w orld the beaut tful duct, ' WVhat are
the wil'd waves saring ?" in. which'
the Fkoece and Pacul of the novel
'are supposed to be f i ngers. Thie
dncet, at once0 easy ated mcedi'ous,%
ha~d len imimense popularity,. whcishc it
reta.itns to this day. Mr. O'loverr~
whoc died in London-, on leh ultimoe,
lead reached his fifty-eighth y ear,.
Hamnmoncd, the newly eleeted Ma'yor
of Atl'antar is evidently a lienm believ
er in the practice of mcoral suaion by
tihe police,. The full-wing extract
ia tak-en from a pas-age in hm1 inaug.u
ral address on the duties of police :.
"XI a man ie seen to stagger on the
st oet, insetead of arresting him and
degradi-ag haimi by carra ing him to
t ne calieaboose, approach him ksindly
and jifuence him, if posesible, to go
to his residence or hotel, and in all
such oases aot good. faith the past of at
brother, and so conduet yourvself to.
wardthose who fall into yon'r hands
either Fcom folly or crimo, that citi,.
lens and strangers will feel that their t
highesht pr(teuion is the prcence of t
IICnAss of? THE Erascort.si,
I nonucen.-TPhe Church Jucrnal Seiya
Tis week we begini the yl'er 1871 with t
ary liainpc ice place of thlirty-seven te:
y ears Biner' ;. 2,784) o hc-r, e.'e'rgy fo~r 2,.
.028 ; wit h. 22Z0O 0 comu'nicancts for
l'80'.,&and 202,729 Seunda y . school
children't fur I113,9e12. The contvributions
for last year in c'hirly-sewen Dioceses
and.two micscioniary Dioceses amount
--to*5002 721 88 Thet's we're con.
tibuctione~ for tmissioncary and Churebh
purposes, leaving nei to Imagine thie
wealak lyingsbehind,. ont -of which thiir
large snim. Waes a voksntary of?'ring.The
ordinations lbreve been 208, thte deaths
of the elergy,.. inchiding. two Bishops,.t
were 38'; the ne-t increase 170.
tolitenoe he in. busil.., what stra.a
tagets Ist in war. It gives power to
weakness ;- It supplise great deficlen
but littlesaorin of rue and blood. '
16 is invioble eiheor In the at tack or b
A 2p h~boo a tarn nobig A
Bourbaki's Army in ilic Eitsh
The movement of Gen. 13, tinba!.i
nd the Lybus Imy tgain4 thU I'VUC
i Geo Worder in tho VoegeS Mionn.
ain.is one of the most formidablo
xpeditions whi.i tli Fierch have fre
et afoot, and promiets gio4tor -ic- 811
ose tha oither the iarch from tlie
lorth under F'aid herbe, or- 'rmi ne the fun
Vest under Chausy. Tie 1Bidentix i ii
orresponlent of tho I.i.oo n ' t 1 nd- er;
rd, *rit i bg on A-e. 18, taN s it I
,ard to the force in the E "t : of
"11 hear th:at (r.in Tlulo, on .e
5th irst., ho 1o4 i an 6,000 m11en .it.t If
orward, 3111d t her' is Io h I uh
l'onl .., .\Iars''ill , aUd e re,
nrniiiheq g vi( ry lar1 r-' .
1114 1 't. Iwo It-s! " li nhl bi (tea I -
lit m 1(. lh'e i o4) for(w14rd .5.1.'c" C
neu, ll.n h 1.k I t's rmy, tw % :' . th 0
rifItitr I th itet re .t froin ihets I'
ti0 tron. It. in hov pro' 1b14 Vo
is:irly doilillu tiat fos e , 1 : 1 if it's *0a
ItIvanc h' dehm d for abiother Gn t -
Ight, it will probably be i'sIvly 200,- cI
100 Stronig." en
. ..--. li
Pit .e i ti T)oo. -im1 grianld Julry of
he C; i alinal Cout C , Ibiltim 1o 1) , .
.ro being dichaige.I on .8,turdt.y, i
heir (hal presntmeniti, i'uggesrt'ed, bi
ong other thiig-, in view tf the r.:.- be
sent culili y 1I Itiehmiond, tice proII- I
)ris ty U1f tile pa'141 by tihe CtyV
Joueicl of :1u srdiuatico compoll~ig ha
he owi.c .t:r' r p ict. -s f laIge h0
:ls a .d II I) irIc-1l i g buid b.p, in t
varich opiriliv..4 a( MT . 4 m 14.1 d, t.1
>rovide! sait;le fir-e ecapta i,.r ilha
l'tite lll ion I the lives of 1t i - t
iid e i 41' yees. ( her ci:ie .ee' fr
ispo-etd to ill', i. ty (hl li.fortune
PiCiTU-: o W [i. OV r:.A ptrait1
)f O ftl. it. E. 1 , 1 I .3 1 N h I rII,
1inneed to be th h Ie ;C-I. 0leess ex "
lint of tilt, great Y~~nals b~eenl e3
lit. up in cn si c- in the RN
virgitia "W111t1 Caplitol ait, R1icin-und,
4ith til e 4! t (r th . 4 ate : i-t l 1 f
t: a it 1 11! in m1it.,I hefr , tf I tth.!, Leg.
it re, wo e i.0 xio11s that the
l'tuare 111y ultima'ly bee--4ne the
)roperty of the Cummonweltl .
. .. G
- : 4m ) -rrr:.vrn.---A cor at
iii i, l. of il. ..\ lhs :to l sta es1
h1:11 thv p4.!-o Al a kI 1j .rramp th
Irv starving tI, dthslll by Ll-h e.is. to
Il ilhts h -n amlonlg t ,m m i
en 1 aI wi 4-s.' (if thevir . sufl ..r-1 . e " .
h n bili ; wo hld glandly w -.
m41 1ha4 it wlmbi b t iv, iibi.. .
Vo4rk to rv'slne! ti-m11 fr'in III( 1 1 rib '
1ufferling' wieb~ suIl-rion 'I ..,.:. I". .
Sp s d to at oncl.i t fill 1 11 ' 1. o.f
c he 1i r proiviing ft hi nnga
ion to ) I 4t41onner4.
There will ison ho a raib-ad pa inY ki
rom li Yeddo o Yokihaina, .t
hen o1 .u h .throu'.h1 (lie (ent re
engtlh of (Ithe empirIt0. vi th mi. rir
dIetion of Irl'th load the il 'ro (1:
Fapan will bi practically tlirowt opn11.
4t the worbl. A v cst (blnCe iso pic cep in4
ile in I he .V p me-.C* l'.vein 1h1v 1o <)(
>e1.4 arei begiliiig to n.ix uinor e reh. an,
riuh the fuloigners, Pa
Dr. N1ighiill, a welI-klown pi a wi
nd coroner ut the North End~l. Inl:o(s in
%?nt)W a rainilg mai e in an i. ..:- g
'ylumI1 140 was i(noelaited with .ski
i4)sn wileI t reatLing ai patienlt a boust fit
Lweth ago. The poisoni aff' eted in
endc clntirly), and( just be fore he wo se
tiiken heat10 ended a'41( h114e.t.ur1e, and on
omimg horne, wuithi a brain already me1
*eginniing to be is fect od, he re f'0nted P
he letur- to b1) wife, ilmiost, word(i
or wor'd. 'eri
x"i.' GO'vernor) \\'iisson l14.iim,'i..(i
J(o4rgia,- wiho tih~s huelv4 '' 14) -I (
n tins State ut. the ad'vaine ago (1d
01a14on livinig ('in-mne'14~srs of Cou4jes5r o
'il was a mem4bera of I iin. |--i one o
e'sentlivjues as f'lr backl as 1815- lil -th.
ive yent'rh ago- C
The S3an J' ranelisco liin 1 saI'Syr
aliifor'nia re~o! ds for 1870 will jin- tio
.1udea tbreo minor14a4'ble i nda 4.-t-ial~ ar;
vent~s--t'heo81 siment of the ir. t liale1 of
f homno-rai, ed si.Ik ;. tilt i ingtj of in
lie fi-rst buecessful cr4 p of cotton,.
end1inig to the plating of' several~ Th''
argo tracts of that staple ; and the co,
rst sucess in the iiisanufatcture of' tin
- - .. ... .. ..o
Mr. Jeicil.4, of sI4ii!C (i)', iuiag 0
.:at. his wife pre'ferred( Mr. Jones~l, mag
ar' iously1 gav he i4r anud Ithe4. chIib iren ri
oi M. Joned~, c'are,(' and0 hjimseff '-ht otm'
3r an11)1oi r souhn Nl iet. Simiiph' jus.iice i ni
r) Jones e'iinpells IIS to ad (1hatii he gaveo Fr
ho departung Jenikiins $500 and a new I.
uiL. of vilin'bs. .1
Alluding to lloidou'~rsprofcsagion of i
ehigion, the Cou'rier-J'ournual thinks! sui
liat N(orth Carolina mtust be thie Ar
lost pio'isi Stot in the Union if Th
here be enotugh religioni in it to save tIw~
"Ybu sany,"saidi a judge to a witnors det
'that the plaini if r'eoited to an in- t
ence ; stata Jest exactly what you'
enan by thalt."' 'Well," said the i
~itness, "my extiot meaning is thiat be! th~
ElVer'y girl it41(dotit of the telegraph
shool conducto'd at the Cooper Instl
ate has found employment as soon t
a she gr adualted. Women na rap n
Ily taking the places of the men on rv
II the lines. , mia
A Now York oongregation just
ared lost Sunday when the mninister,' hs
ho moaht no joke, reinarked :"Oh 1 sail
rethren, I know roiv it is tuyself. 1" bar
Whiolh Is the slang phra so at present noo
eoverybod'y's mouth in that cty.] the
It is now said that Count Von dor
~oltke, the great head of the G er- rbh
an ar i. ,..r .
THE WAR IN EUROPE.
[ONDoN, Jannary 9.-A dispatch
in Lille says the Germans Are was
g South of Bassuma.
The French sharpshooters success
fly engaged a body of Thlans near
lie to-day, and captured 43 prison
'T'he Prussians have raise4 the siege
BOn EA UX. lnnuhry 9.--Details of
lti ng on Friday, near Vendome,
:mIt i1 in tie fr(enoon, have been
leived, The German:s attacked the
netider General C:ster, occupy.
the d~i tes (of Si. Vyrville, Vor
1 and Vill. Thurcet, and drorb
l* .ench back wt Neanville. Uen
I Cuister then brought up his sup
rt aid recaptured all the positlons
d repulsel the enu1imv beycnd St..
:Wnnanie, w bleh the 1,ench reenter.
at. nightfall. The (Oorman loom Is
nsiderable ;the French l.ss is tri.
NEW YoRK, January 10.-Dis
tehes from Versailles report the
mbardnent vigorous and effective
ke barracks at Fort Mont Range have
in lburned, and shells have fallen in
v (Thrden of Luxemiburg, The Ger.
kn forCes in the vallop of the Ioiro
Ve reached Nogent, Loreton, Sorge,
vgny ard achurtie, but encoun,
red obstinate iesistanop along the
Lo'4uo#1, Januat-y I.-&(.
iport ant news has just been received
om Versailles. The German Cola
11ns, operating against Genueral
zanm-ey have driten him within one
l,3 of LAemunq, after serious engige
inas, in which one cannon, thfed
)trailleuses and 2,000 prisonees wetr
ptured. The EVrdin army at the
>rning of Oil!leriexel had only two
1141et killed and wounded. A
rge G(erinan army is being pushed
rward, in the Iastern ). partment
Fr.wnee, wh~ih will be utnder the
eoial cammand ci.f a distinguishmed
icer, and mill inplude the corps of
mo(rals Vonwerder, K nstow and
The population of Paris are more
in ever resolute in their intention
r1e:i4 t to their Utviost.
No fear is entertnied of surrender
fien. Troebu has issued a proolama.
in t.) the oitazna to the effect. that
I army of Paria will not c tpittdie.
LosNOS, Jatnuary 12-0 A. M.---A
p' teh from Versailles, Says a large
is ra,:.ng ithin the enter walls
Poris, dry on the North side of the
Ponne has capitulat-d with g1,000
isiTers. Werder defented Bouiba
on the 29th, south of Veraul, and
,h eight hundred prisoners.
aris will f'z.l from hunger and wea
cs. Lever from artillery.
I'NI)Ox, .Jaulmzry )I1-')0 . I.
Iloon advices from Pari.s, this even
reoeivod. N1,ny slight engage.
u.ns are rep->rted near Malmaison
I Revel ; also, on the line of the
ris and Strausburg railway, in all
which the G4rmans were repulsed
th coneitidorable loss.
Tlioiand o( balls from thd German
n_ fall during the night in the out,
rts of Parier orenting hatoci in all
etionar and kflhing some women
d children strik ing amb~ulances, mu
uns, school houses, &o.
LJONnON, 'January 1.--The Oar
na represent the firing from the
ris forts as flagging.
.eraaifes advices report that Gen
i Chnausoy is retreating at all
BarilA fa, Jmanuary 12.--A gene.
b'.t tIo was fought on tite Irth, un
r theO walls of La Mans. The
rmans attacrked the F'renohm Army
the Lofre along the whole line.
a. Jlanerealberry, who conimanded
right banik oft the Anisne, and Gen.
lomb, on theo left and centre foughrt
ipem';tely for sit houts. The
oneh maintained miost of their pesl
nis. TIhe P'rnasian forces engaged
)est rmated at l'8V00. The extent
the iPreln- loss ifa tynkown, Eaut
LONnON,- .Janngry I3'.30,g A. 1g(
e army under Gen. do Chatigy Was
npletely defeated near L~e Mans, by
Second German Army, command'
by Fredrick- lCha-ies and the BDike
Mteelklenburg. Tfhe Germana hve
upied Le Mans, capturing large
untitlos of supplies apd war mate'
I. The French ate beig pursued.
Ben rJN, January 14.-200000o re
oreemnents are In motion for
'nee-making the fotoe there-about
V SIAJLLV.a, J'anuary ?2'--There
s flhlting n'ear Le Manson Wednes.
7. Thne Germans captured the
mnabs of Clingne and Ok'atta
en, with seven piecet of eflhlery,
e nuanber of prikouees taket. on
day previous has imwelle& to
00.. Irr thke Pust. OGen. Vony Wet.
Is foll'owing up l90w vtetory. At
the hattle of yilloentgh he eon.
ned hat nmovenienW on *he1~eft f'ank
iha Fre~eh, mieetlng wth no op.
on.- Gen. ~Monten fel has pssbed
ough Versailles, omn his way' to his
v command in the Iist.
rJONDON, January 1l..'Thg Due
afechterburg telegea p h from
ntford, department of 8a inths, on
12th, that after a severe engage.
at at St. 00'twill we reaohpd the
or, near Satrigno Lergue, seven
es North-east from Leman., with
nall loss, We hag. takien. oee
jONDoN, JUnOAry ESa-me Tfgmg,
the following uspeeil from Yet.
'4s, 12th, evenIng: "The botn,
dme~nt was bestry until thIar aftier
n-Sv i dr. r seen wIthin,
French lines, Tihe Prouglan. are
wding In front of Olanart and.Moe.
.A'pleket of Biavttata. *aa su
mod naar Olammmt by a ttprte.' The
neb have eree'omi new bat-elo.
ExtrAordinary efforts are being
made to place the entire British navy
In a seaworthy dbadition. Veusels
repairing and Approacbing completion
are hurried by order of the Admiral
LoNDoN, January 13-8.30 P. M.
-A telegram just received from Ver-e
sailles, brings tho important news that
the mities and counter-intins around
Fort Munt Vallefian ate' in such olosa
proximiby, that a collision is momen
tairly ex peoted.
Jionnoti, January 13-4 P. M.
Lemans was taken and is now occupied
by the third and tenth Pru sian e)rpt.
A great quantity of sttores were C..p
tred both A liemans and St. Corise.
Nx:w IviK, January 14.-The
Jerald has a special, dated Luftdot
Jahtuary 13, quotling a Vienna dc'
pateh, of the 19th, whiolh says Aus
tria will Initiate peace, and that peace
propoaols iii the confLtehue are wel
coined by Bernstoff. The preliminas
ries are that France shall siirronddu
one fortA tMenty *at- Whips, 1,000,000
thalers and.a strip of land, four it iles
broad, on the left bank of the fthine,
and destroy all fotta within twenty
miles of the Ithine. Pfuasia is tto
guarantee 2,000,000 rations to Paris
The Herald special, dated Versail
les, 10th, 5 P. Ml., says Paris is bur-n
Ing In several pleens. Last nighto
thu condasgfatiho farnished some ex
eel lent sna ths, aga Inst *hieh a brisk
Are wai maintained fefit the South
ern and .South-wdstern cities.
JaEMAMS,Janlaruy 10- pidnight.
A spodil to the New York Telegram
bays the aifmy of the Loire-the hope
of France-as been defeated In 0
bloody battle, within seven miles of
this city. The report of cannon heard
all day. The deitire population of
Iemans erowded theo house-tops, and
the subutfs of the city and ali
t-horoughfares; the progress of the
f9g wa-s anxiotely iatched. Al,
61r6ogh the. people are iieetistomed to
tie roar of 'annoh, there never was
seen suoi exd(enlent. At 9 o'elo.k
in the mornin1, the right wing of the'
French army, which Vias 6n the Easte
of Lemans, were suddenrlv attaicked by'
the vanguird offthe Prissians. whiclt
emerg-d from the woods on the ex.
treme right of the French. Upon the
iahirm being given, the advaince of'
the Fronch infantrf heeled int-v
line of battle, the artillery pushing
forward thr.,ugh the ineerval.-t
mndo in the several ranks :the ea'tal
YY took position upon thie right and
felt wings. A more perfect line of
battle could not lIave been formed
by the finest etny. The artillery
were well surppfied with animunition,
and the infantry with 100 rounds per'
man. The supply irains were conve.
niently posted inithe rear, and the roal!
bloody work began. The battle field
was in a vsilley, and the two armiesi
oen pied heights opposite each othef.
The French line was semi-circular and
extending twelve miles, ovelookingt
the valley, which was covered by
twelve inches of snow On the op
posits heights, the Prussians held ain
almost similar position. Shortly af
ter 9 o'clock, the Prussians began a
furious cannonado f'rom the wioods,
near the extreme left, fAnked by nI'
immne'ne fo'ce of o'avalry-the wood
concealing their povition, when the
troops were massed, with the evident'
intention of turning Chansey's right..
The artilleryfiare was continued on
both sides' until the an'imu-nition ofthe
Prussian artillerj was alost exhanus,
ted, when the Prussians becamei fu
rioas aa'd gave zim order for anl ad vane
of the infarstrf. The F'nel advanc
ed with eqmeal iapid ity along the
whole line, to meet the Germans in aS
fair' han4 to-h~and musketry fight.
Thee German we're'cool' and collected,.
andc t'io f'reneh were behaving brave
ly, but near noon the Mfobiles began
to waver, and~ the Frenoh, no longer'
aideo to hord thefr position, began to'
retreat ;- mean*1bile the dead and:
wou'nd'd afrewed thes ground ; the'
fields we're red with blood, and. the
earnag g was fearful ; 15,000 French'
had fall en befoi-e Go'clock, when the'
whole |French army was in full r'e
treat, 'The- numa~er ofttroops a'tual
ly enga'ged on each aide numbered 60,,
000,~ Geuneral Chansey is reported
slok, bwt he i. sill' in e-ommand, andi
it is emzpeoted that another battle will,
Nuw Yon., Jan, l4.--Evening.---.
Cotton stong apd active, with sales'
of 4,#00 bales at M5f. Gold 10*.
CHARWhEstoN, January l4.--Cotton'
fun-miditgs l4'); sales 500 bales ;y
receipt. 1,8l4& bales,
. IVUt~OOt., Janttary '4-.--Even--'
lug--Cotton unehanged, uplands '7k
len 8; sales 12,000' bales.
$eventeenfea:s agb tl'e isit4
a roof,. * shunty',. a sinigl' uon wet
im JhIeaeworgl1, W'anne. Thick hauze~l
bah covered its gite, amlu thme wohveu
romnied timoleusted. Now. 25,o00t
jihAiltants aecknowledge alihh'anc,. t,
Miayor Ialderman and Jialga Vaghan.
Tw*"ny-aeven elegant ehools anet
academies, near thirt-y goronms church-,
et', 200 saloons, two- theatres; sevem
Puble huall and tw0'l jilh coat mg mlaniit
iniheins, cover tale ground: H'ote'
Ieotndries, aaw millb, machine shops and
(actores nee ever-ywhere to be seen, and.
stores 'rralling any of the best in,
the- eset, are daily oaded with,
The negroe.1h Iandill are holding:
T~ableaum in a new hall- built for that
p.rpose. One of the scene is
'Baety? I sotieted b~ a huge.
blask yesea i with pout og bilaolo
lips and he thioe thirough'ee blaolr
.IRal ~Iorph~y, the enoted ohssa pl yer
Is now practicing law in New O-r-,