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NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, AIK.TNT 17, 1H70 PRICE FOI R CENTS. THE WAR IN EUROPE. Thb Tbibi ni ?a the only nrtcupoprr in the VHAuanau? nwilSaj full *?????>- dtspatthes /"???? ** nat of hoi and fully repr?sent?e by SpetAOl (orre spoadeuU ?iM both ?'russian and firneh armies, and al mw?SBmwMJtaunm*. Thus far Tub ISMTO ?BJIOSlS han bren used. Is WS Skfa/jS BjaSS, f>* TAr Vrtf? Vork Jirrobf, S?rW. nme*. ??<? -?s?- "'H' ?**-?* ,0 ??*?- ???? laid?.?, by Tin >??? ?orif Herald and Sun. Kl'KTHKR l'F.TAll-S Of Sl'MiAVS BATTLE. NAKSHAL BAZAINK SI KI'RIM'.I??THE I'RTSSIANS LlhLL. r.? ?T r HIM OIF r'KOaVl CHALONS? Tin: ?jasases signally oit?.knkualki?. |HI TKIWIKArU TO Tllh TBIBI Si: | ?tWPJBJtjStj Tu?-ada}, Aug. 16, WO. XiiKTKlHtAKceri-csponiletit at Paris writes on Mon? day night H ?tin: " Sundayk battle wa? only aas iweiiililaiiee of a succ-ss. or the mitigation of S4BB> ast.r. ITu lie: mans Lav ing cut oil all ?ailwav ?oin nniiii?.?ti?n wliat?-\er ??itli Metz, Marshal Bazaine ?roiiinieiu. .1 a ret i eat a. russ the Moselle, anil pi?> jH*ai(l t<? l.illnw the iiitlitiitry high road towarri Ver? dun, ahitln t the l'.mperor ami th?' Prince Imperial, having Mi f7. t?? it* tat?', had puce?!??! him. When ?mlv halt the anny lia.1 grot nut the river, the Gen? ii.ii ism mo. up? >n w tillite preeuuie.l skill the hopes ?if Kian.? .iii'iiiivv-t i7a?BwBj Wikri sill |>t ise.1. Just ilk?'the ?>th?i Klein li commanders, he, by recoiiiioiswauccft, lia?! foinul no inkling (?f QofBBSB IBS BO in the neigh IkhIuxkI: but. m v. ithelee?.. when one-hali the army li.m? gone ?Knms the river, it wa* attacked hy a great fi n?. Wo bars th?' KiniKKu's areas] that after four hours' h.ud lighting the ?Delny SSB repulsedwilli KN.it l??s?: btit it is not BOBBTtSl that the half of the army vrliM h w;nit4'?i to ?0 across su. 0000JBB. " Taking the v i? V mont favorable to the Frrtn h. it ia obvious that a movement thought t?> OS of capital importance must have t?mi to a considerable ? xtent thwart?.I ?ind impeded by an at La? k for tv hi. h it was not pi, pur? ?1. I lie BsSBBOrOO tells the Kinpres?. (.f the great loOBOO of the enemy. Bal SBTa nothing of Ins ..wn.whii h. Imw? I is.aflea g four honrs' struggle with ??iii li ?oldie? a* thone ot WeisHelihurL'. lol baa h. ami Ki? n*< hw?al? r are not likely to have bars small. " What is the OBSel meaning of a rspsaloa ?n the ia* ST*, tive BOObbtbOBOOI the two armies? If the (?.r li,?tis had alta? kui Met/ Braal th? n <>wi, ?nie of the lisa Ut ? oom] ?boob ?in vi-ii kaek, Ike isssdoe wsaM Lave Iie,?n intclliinhle enough. But. ?ti? the BBsislllg af the Km jurors OBBpOBek, they unexpectedly 00> Baaasiia (NB! iotasos Ihat sale of the river bv ahnh Ma?hal Bazaine mc.uit t?. it tire, anti ? lui kui Ins n treal. The turthei the Frein h tv. re repu)*?ai in thal ?lire? lion. BBS fnrtlier they were pushed ii|hui V? nilli, Ike iiii'i? lik? ty the l'luseiuns are OB |?r? t ? nt Mais!,al Ha/.mu- li?.ru joining tin Innis roi or going Oil to ( I alini. " Some Fr. m h pm>?is call this aflaii the combat .?f Louge ville, but tiny I,aaa- BO .?tl??r grim nil fa this ?l?asigll.it IM, than that til? Klll|s IMS Iel? -g1 ii II? is ?late.l fruin Ixuigiville.. The Kinj??ror ?loes not say that he w;,s present at the hifli.. ami probably he va*? not. The ?BsValal ?Iispat. li Is the Munster of the Jiiteri.ii finn? the l?-e1?<tof Mus. II. sfal.-s that the Ba*as*sssrktt Masa ??t i **asSoaaBji atiern.sni too v?r ilun. 'Ihi*?!?spati h is <lat<<l Met/, k10 in the even? ing The r.uij?. un'? t.li gram flinn Iaongeville i? ,I.it??l "lily iw?> liiniis'litt.-r. Loiim?. ill*- is a village nilly two ?nul a halt miles from the lett baa k of the Mor-clle. The fViiri? ?i*??itimes. but I ?lioulil think tn <(>n?< Hy, that the ?tapasse hearinir the soiiml of ?aiiiioii. . aine La? k ?.ml took |?art in the battle. "All this ha" to In? , bated np; hut ai lOt.liliL to Jtreea-nt apiHiiiaia is. the 1'iussiat.s have niuei.e outg* ii? nibil tin- Kreuch. Ii it were oilmrwise. ami if a really iin|s.rt;u.t u.lv.iiitui'e ha?l been obtained, the detail? promis?-. 1 bj M. ('In-vreaii would not fail to I?'publish?*! : but ni? t.? this hour. 7 o'. I.m k. we BUS t.'l.l not hing mole than that the corps dal mee ..( uti,? I.ailiniiaiill ami 1 >? (.'a?n. two ot tin- must ?in i m nt g?nerais in the serv i.e. ?nui Marshal Ha? yan.?- in i? roaa, t?M,k pait in ti,?- engagement. This BBsSWO that the BBBSB waj? vei v iii,|s?i taut, but thiow? 110 light liJHU, the stlat? gl.iil result ii|s|AHH iii.ni kim; william r.? ni? *jaj?XBB OP l-Rl SHA ? 'IHK ll?Nill lil I'll ?LI? Al ALI. j-oiNis? iMiTHiK rUSISBSI ? \rnKin. BBona.Tsaartaj Aug. n,, lots Th?? follow irg ilisp.at. h ii.uii King William lo the (,'n.eu, is | ?.lil,sin.1 here to-.lay : HBBSn . Mondav. Aug. V,? 7: K? p m ] lav? ui-t MtniTuil Horn the battle licl.l in-,ii M. t/. Tkoadvaaaa ??i th? ?Saraatt Cocasattaelvod Ike III.IM4 TOSS instaiitlv r(-i:n for?ai trom thefoi The thirt.'.Tith ?li v l-mii ami i?.n t ol ihetoui 1?. nth Husta-ltie?! the ?nlvai,. e. Iko ?ontlict wru- ilisiH-rate. nivolting th.- satin Inn- J he enemy V4;ts repulseil at all |suii1s au.I l?ui Mi.wi t<? the akwaasfj tko dstaesakd irooko aeeu the joiti.a+, wini h aaaklea. the aaoaay lo tiaro -in-iteri.? Iii? ir wound?*). ? ?ur wounded wm? ii,-tantly cared 1nr. l\\ il.lihnak th?- tlisijis letlllll.-.l to theil III -f ?.ivni?R-ka All fought with incredible and adunia!?!?1 it.eigy. I karo gone among taara and ciingrat'ila*. ?I th. in with all my sou). I have -poken to (?euf?. SUlLJUCt?., ZaKiO?, Maiiteiilt? I, n ?I '?"? '?'li. Wll I lAM. Tin lolloWiiig oitn lal news has als?? ben made jiiibln to-day ; 'The little foi tie.ss ol HciTiy ?apitu lat??I on Sunday, aftei a short liouibanlmcnt, to the ISeioiid Havaiian Aiinv C'?ij?s. A, great ijuautity ??1 pue '-unis ?jjtj ?u, UfSMM were i alituicil. ' TJIK I1ATTLE OF MONDAY. I l-l --IAN KH'OKT-\ SANCflNAIIV (??MM? I 1 M'lH lill. WALL- Off .MLiZ?rilt HiL-NCH MUM'S IM.j Jill; ( ITY. in Blata, isoaaaji Aug U\ is*". 'lb. I"n*-,u?ffBwMiiiisio]paitliiiila? ??1 the ?..'?mi battit m .n M,?, tVl|? ,,.,, 1Vt.,j ]<Ut. ]at,t laifctl.t : Lal? ??n "eati.TTi.,.,,, ?f Mi.mlay th?- First ami Sev.iilh i'i a ai- ara rCetpa ?ripspsaalj otlaclsfl tk< ifrosi i? loi.e-uiul. il? 44?,i;, ,d \?,.,/# A Haniruitiaiy 00? lint t-uaued. ih?: Kreuch weio at Icuglii djivcii wiihibtiuM.?, sa alooa al ?lJaaSsjkis, On the sam. fa* ( .IiUi(1 ,,, (),Ul?JsMU( 0 u,)(lf,j. King U ilhaiii m BSrOBS ..ia.,,tan,.',l its, If aajajaj I,,,,,,, w..),,,, two Inn- ?J ?1l:u,h u,.fcusca BrttlaaalBBI ?f'<"t.?nthepa.tof,heFreM.lJ,(,(hhi(Hl,,.?. ??" ?"""?""-'"?"b.Misi.ai.h, .lat..ll..-lo?- Met/. August r,, at aaasrl ..Ml,,,,, i,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,^!,?, in,k1, pnhli. : ?<?ui ...?v.,.,.. i??|(ll>, tJsjo**?|??rsi l?f,?, M.I/, ami I?, luv ?a- th.-,,, ,,,?,,, ,,,??,, .,,?.,???,,,??,,., ?he wa,,H.a.,..it ,.. ,,,?,?, (??.(Lilt^i.n,,,,!, aaa ",,,,,,< "' ?"'^?k ii.. ,..,, v.,| ?| m.?. sued """*' ?"'^' A Vl",,?,1, """l-ut ?SP 1'"' bbbbbsI bii-!a.le ?hen OatraassaJ '""," "?",' >-:??!. -i. Mid ?lim - ?lit. tv ti,, , |,,.,.,. .ii? '"" /?tiiiiM k?-ami VViaiig.l itali.. i|iati.l.diiving ''??luv at all pi,,, i? Mianv-.hih tin- I ni.. I? 4 ' ??in.n...,li ?mi. m.,, k Hi. I .i i Corpa, hut v,.iH att'irki')! hy Hi,? reserves, whirh ad sanead with ?hums (?eating anna. <9aa_, ManaasM The enemy wika splendidly repulsed. and dm en into tht'fortr?'?*. Many BSN eSStSfsi. Our trtxipa a?l vaii. ?m1 t? Belk-croi. and Knruev within range ??f the forts. Ihis morning the Kisg niatle s reconnnissanie on tM li?'lil (?f Ballia, \i?ning th? advance posts to tiiMii?' ti.nmportation ?.f the wounded, Frem li and Pra-niana alias, ha s saisi abana Kouk?', as th?-1 ight of the Missile. From thispuiiit the ,-ueuiy tras in i a-i l'lf in the (louds of dust. We infer, therefore, Ilut the main ImkIv hu*, depiiitinl. i NomriAi. PUNCH BBWSJia lill prussian* SAID TO BE RKTRtATINti?UKI RIAL NKWS ANXKII'ST.. WAITKI) H>K. Paris. Tnenlar, Ang li, 1S70. The Snli-Pii fei t <?f Verdun t?l?graphs as follows to the Munster of the Iutenoi : Vkhdix, Aug. 1?'???Sa. m.-No news from Mit/. Nothing is known t-> have ascnnsi to-day. All day yesterday the roar of caution was heard hot ween afets ami Verdun. Persons who have readied hire li?.ni that direction sar that a irn-at hnttle was fought, opentnir at dayhn-ak, and that the Prussians had lost more lhan -ii-???? m?<n in the coin hat, and IsN'n completely defeat ?it. Pnring yesterday morn? ing, at the extremity of my arrondissement, iii kil?? metro* from the fortitie.itions of Verdun, the enemy had ISSB BBSB ?lireetiUK his r? treat to the South. Though this intelligence was transmitted hy an thoritt. the (rovemment lina not as yet BS8B ahle to verify it. and it is given ti? the public under rese?e hy the Munster ni the Interior. Paris, Tuesday, Aug. 16?Evening. Orlicial contiimillion of the news of the great vic? tor1, over tin I'niHsian- is impatiently awaited. (.nat entail* ?if people haie collected at the Beana, at the Ministiy of the Interior, and in the street*. FRKXCFI VIEW OF ritT.SS?AN STRATEGY. BRILLIANT ? AMPAIUN OK PRIM E H.Kl)_KI< K. I'1IAUL.??. PaiiH?, Tiie.?il.iy, \ng. 1?'., 1870. The I're-*< gives the following explanation at the moninent of the Prussians: Afti-r the hattle of For hiuh on the t.th insl.. ihe army of Prime Frederick Chsi-M advanced and nSjav_l_nn-l its qaaitan al st. Avoid. Aftii the hattle of Wt-iar-enburp tlie army ol the MBH li??.val wein hy nsj "f Saicrne to Nancy. Wida this army, having BO.?pjx.sition an its trout, ?mIvbiicc?! on it.? route ti? 1'aris as far as Har le Dm. IVateick CaaBsn a_as_ns a is?ld curve. ??mica von-d to turn the Fun? h ttSOpBSl Matt, thus < utting the coiniiiiinications hctwia n MaeMahoii and Bassine. Is aroid thn? Baaaaaa Infl Mats, saisi t?.w.ud \')iiiiin ami Cbttaan. Balan n a? lung lanigan \ ille, the ?nips >>f (?ens l.aditiiraiilt and de .lean ciicouiit? aetl the arinv ni l-'nilem K Challes. | Thus liegari the hattle on Sunda?,. which, according t?. appeariin? ? ?-. Waa follow, d b] Hi?' gical hattle of Monday. METZ RETOBE mi: BECEHT J'.aiti.i>. i wo inMiiin? nun sam? ikkmu BOWISSa ? ?>N? KNTI1ATKI? IN SHS SI I?: MU? ?ItlHiOIi. ipi tsisaairs ti? ma isaasss.] lX?KI>(?\, Tllttsd.iy, Aug. io, ls.ti. TllK lunn NSfa eoires|M.iiilent at Met/ writ?-* on Friday erantes ''-'l'1: " fat Bim da) ithaw hal i?? aa nothing hut niai? hing ami ((?unit i-maii lung. I he tnmnara attarlf nsary. lan whole a. Caauranart?i eotya baa afilias. With the remaining regitii. nts coming this ?t i mng. h.\ toinoriow. 100,000 men will he in line l>? tween Moiitign.i lal Sahlons, (?ngn.v, anil \ cruel. The soldiers, thoiii'h coinpliiiiiing of useless fatigue, nie lull tal anio!, and iuip.it uni <.f the prohibition t<? fire na Prussian wonts. "Th? l'rn??iaii!- ?M-etipy t li?- n hole country in front, and us?' tia Fr? ii? h i Bil wat s t?i hi ing up troop-,. I li?' whole ?ouutn is ahitmhine?! to them. Thej ooBSp) the villages ?Mid towns in partie?, of hundreds, and cien t wenti?-s. It is battaaad here that a eonipara tivcit hiu.iii l'liiKNian (??ree is appaaHa Mata. Th? Prussian iirini laiapaftad as fcrttiai a position ia raaf et Un Fn Bet "(???ti. Piasaard has baas otaniad under ant at. "The Fren? h soldii'iN BIS kept in OOnaBBB?. reaili ness. Thi-y aie ordered ii'.t to laka "ti theil clothing at night. Thirt> I'iuhmuh prisooeri were hroiight in ii ?mi Punt-s-liooaaa- 1,1.-1 in-lit. Hie rsilnai thal na.?. nt at that |H,int is now repaired. Four Hines n .a. lakl B to .la\ Th? ?liatroon? ni th. Si\th Corps ar?- junt ret urn? ?1 ti ?.in a .?.Tie? ol n column??an? ? ?. IHK AFFAIK AT IA MI.I.KTTK. Ml IiIH.lt?>! s A'llAi'K ?On HU-.PARIs I MIK lilil liAllh--SKVKI'.AL KILL! I) AM) WOINULl)-? noan ??i mi Bioma uuusiso. |B1 TBUMMUm To Till Tiillil m | Unraos, TBaaaaj, Sag ic, l^u. '] UK lum vi?, si?.?-ial corresjMiiideiit ,tf Pariai wtit? ? on Ma ml, 11 lath : " Furt tic tiiKt tiru?- laa \ears the 1 ">th of August iiurf-nut besfl e? hhratcil. ThegiMsl wiite ol th<- rsitple pnr|e.-ti ?I m .iiiti?-ipatioii again?t the aaSfll ?I??uiiim-lratinns, though holdmg ilieiii?eh cr. ready m the event ol victory to !??? ?? it i li ? i-ut-t i*-. Mon-over. yestcrd.ii altciti'inii. ni the remote ? OTU? I ol La Vilkttc, a baiiguinaiy ?ui-laught nan mad? SSOS a post ?>? ?upieil hi a??.nipany ot pompar*?the ' I'muerciful' tire l.ngade. Ahnut 4 o'clo( k n? ailt |0 itulividuuis, anani aritk rsTsivaniand pansn?saan* cealed. having marched down the Jiue d' Auhcriil lici-, ?tiddeiily drew u|> in Unala frSBl "f No. IVi Houhvaid de la \'ili> Ite. ami stm.ni??ned the man .?u dutv to <urreml?r hi? j?o?.t. The *iilii. ???? un- tln-in ahout t" make a dash through the ?.pen ?loor, placed him-clf aeios? it. On?' ?>l th?- gniiip 1rs? a rnoli.-r BBBJ irhol him deiul. A h?r_eaiit-ile-\ ill?.* heantig the iep.iii. rushed up t.?-cHiertiuii th-- aanaa, i-oairad a 1.nil.'t in the -BSSal hbOTI the hcait, an?l al.?" 1? D ?lead. The (Mcupaiit* "? tia-- i?osl itishcd to I he ?TaaV dnw?.fen!tana-ass-snta, dinna up m sssbla ime hied a tolley m mastr. then iu?he?i int.? the L'i?ii.l Ihomiiu'lb?.'i_e<li?.ur Cbaas??.?t?uud t??? ?.nu.-ig?' hone. "Haling .'i.??'?ti:pii?h?'?l tin? iiiu:?l"i"'i- feat, Umt hand mail?-a pn eipiMt?' IStiaai, ah?-St?B| ' Vxn U Jlipiibltipa.' Al.ieuleiiaiilinaasad <??tti?'- was in XMHtthmpmgnmpotxmayx, As wH?n na lu- m themenh? ?lcinandcd Unir lm?iii"?s?>. ?lasSll reply i-,,? a ?!i..nt ?.t ? Pas L_ i#aH|Bfc' IV Uos?nian? ihen oi.l.riMl hi? m? t? It |B in.iinV, ?.hut bat ?tM aii'l l.ia.l their guim. Baak-Sf to gam time, he asked the group aa.nn what. w__ tb?.?ilije?.'t ?? tbeii dcinon?lia i,(,n. lh.-ii l?'.?/l?r, a ?mall man ISIf WBal A-1 M -.ui.-d, ' We are gomg to pro? hum I 14 .?iiI.lie. liive ii? youl u-nn? ?and come willi "M ta the <'..t|. lagi?l.iiii.' 'Caaaa, oaasaf ^?l ?Mn IAbbIsbbsI, -lill .inning I?? gain time: 'Arc we n??t BBa-Hatl ?i.n Um i ??' SOS I hi' BBSS li"' BBafll hal '- >' ""' ,,?],).ni i..i....i?lio<l aitl. \oii, '1 >"<i ??'"' '" I"" ?laiin a repiihlic t Just go on a little further.' The leader of the hand answered, 'We know a trick worth two of that. Hand u- over your guns.' 'Never!' exclaimeil the Lieutenant. 'Then we shall take them'waa the rejoinder: and at this moment tbe wliole group drew out their revolvers and dis? charged them. The sentinel fell. A Cor-fanral named Babas received two wounds fr??m hullels and one from a ?tal?. The Lieutenant wa? not injured. "Thi-report of firearms hronght out people from their houses who rushed upon the hand. These wretches finn lieg.m to nur their revolvers right and left and to stah every one within each. Sergeants-do I ville now appeared upon the BBBSS and, sword in bind, ? ndeavoied to surrouml the madmen. One of the former receive?! a bullet and having fallen was trampled to death hy the hand. A girl ?i- leant old ?its killed in her mother's arms. The tight now be? came general ; men were fulling right and left ; some were running away and nth? rs nata ?? pursuit. The Commissary of Police of the line Tangier now exclaimed, 'Whoever will follow me, now come on t Citizens upon this rusl ed upon the rioters, tv ho, having no more ammunition and wenig themselves likely to l?e overpowered, immediately tied, followed hy the people ?ulaiming, They aiePrutMans. Kill them:' "Besides two men killed, three police agi nts r?v < ?i ved severe wounds. It ia feared that BhSSJ inhab? itants of th?' neigbhorhiMsl were mjure?l. The leader of the hand was ulm???! itnuusliatily appr?hendes!. A tall, well-dret-wd man was als?? arrested at night. He calh'd himwlf an Englishman, hut spoke with a at mug (?erman accent. He hail a number of sover? eigns and gold ' Frederick' pieces, A number ol ar? rests have basa made, including the origiuatoi ul the plot. 'Paris Ising in a state of siege, this a?-t comes miller the henil of olletises to lie trie?l by military law. A military tribunal will ait this evening. It is next to certain that the men who have lar-en taken red-handed will baie slimt-shrift. It was a ?<?w ardly. wanton, jiui|M>scle?s attack. It is ceitain that the liepiiblican |?ait.\han iiotlimg to do w iib th? ??<? atrocious ruibaii?. ' THE SITl'ATKiN AT PA-OS. AiTiviTT or Tm raw nisisnti?ins raoni IfKWILUKKKl? AT Till'. ?II INI | ?>K THK ?i??V KKNM1NT?PKbl'AKATItlNM SOB THK HIKKNsK ??I- TIIK CRT. mi Tsuuurs ?o Tin. iinni n i IaiMhin, Tuesday, Aug. li'., MS TiiF TaSSI BS spe, tal , oni-vjMitidciit at Pans says : " All partii'H Mian to concur that every consideration must give way to the lu-cessilies of the hour. The Ministry is deairoaja la Ik- designated aa tin- Ministry of Action. They woik unceasingly. The new Min? ister of War bite, done wonders. Within the last few din? he lins ?cut inortnous reen forcements to the ti?.nt, and othiis are follnwine rapidly. Munitions of war and all kind.? of provisions are dispatched a? last an trains cm convey tin in. "The levy cn BMBM proceeds non with immense rapidity, to close the org;ini/ati??ti of the National (?nurd. For this measure, on ??> ISBt I scale, no ade i|iiate provision baal Ix-en made. Ii'outllie would piol.abli have ai ? omplislied the BUBI operation in time, hut the new War Mitunter sai?, nuil tin-Min? ister of the Interior lepeatt-: ' If mu e.innot get uni lorms, go in Mouse. rihaSB, gaiters, and 1? pi'.mili? tary cap). "Your ancestors drove ha? k f.teen annies, and had no shoes, scan-el?, bread : do as th?y did.' CorpsS# tie?-shooters are organi/ing all over the . oiiiitri . anil those of \'o?L'e-at?- alreadi ix'gin ning to tonnent the cn? in v. "There is t?i be an iiniiiciliate i?sue ol ?'.-li.mc notes. Change for ti?.le? ol' over BO francs is ?lilli? tilt to [?tocute : 100 finn? n??te? are usclc?? l.u ?nilinary piirjHises. ? 'I In- |?'"|'l?' In D' Bia I?, w ililli. ?I at the sil.-n? e of the C.??\ ? l mill-lit. Hie |.|c|.,ilat|.i[|? ?or the defense nt Pali? arc p,ogie?siiig rapidly. The beautiful mm gateway at iii?- cut?ame of the Boil ?le l><nilo_nc at th?',ml of the Ai ?'lin?'ile riniis-rairice is removed. Blocks of trees have Imcii ? ut doivn. i he Wall ol cir ? iiini allation i? nearly finished, uniting the two foi m? ilv ??pen ?paces, and pierced with loophole?. The gnat ali t ? li is ?lag ?dioss the roa?l and I draw-bridge is ready t<> 1??' thrown aero?? it. Kaitliwoik? .ne als., in process of construction in front ol what were the gates, nuil will now contain the only entrance?, guarded by sentinels iu?tead of Ciistoiii-Hniiw oth Mta, Some of the big guns are mounted and the little ones are ?raltilv (oncealed in unsuspicious coiner?. Maniot ib?- banian are ? nt 11 ?I > Blasai, ami the people thiniig the ramparts, holiday-making and i sanSSart-Bi <>n tbe novelty ni tin- thing. " Notwithstanding all fh.-ir i?rep:iratinns. an im pre?Sloii piela I? that a!f?'i a Fien? li i n toi f?bsikeil np..n as quite ? ? rtain?the neutral.? will int.-itere an.I ninke jm ?ice. and l'ai is will not be lioiubari!? ?1. THE BATTLE <?F KRosCMWIMLKR. MAKsllAl. Ml' MAH"N's nl!I?Klt Of THK DAT?HIS ???LIHKIt.s l?KH.A IKll B1 Malt? K Of NCHHl.lb. PtHts, T,i. -day . Aug. 16, 1870. i be toil.'ivmg i? ?m ardai of tbadaj iaaBed bj Mar ?hal M.nMalioii : ?? S.ii.niKU?. In tin batik o? the nth of Auiriisi lui tune bet raved vonr lonia.e, hut Joli lidded yuin poaitiosa an.j afttr a befan Mabsnana abkb batesi not less than B?S8 bonis. Vnn were ByM against l+n.aon, and net?' BT*I vi helmed lu lol..' ol iinuibers. I'ndct Ibes?- <.lui..n? defeal i? clorions, tai bi-toiy will say that ia Uki battle of l'l.i?? hwcih-r the Flench ?downI th?' great ?'?t valoi. \ on hate -.iitl.-r?-.! heavy los-?s. but those of the em my aie mut h gtc.lt.T. Although y??u han not l?e? n stn cea-ful yon se?' a , an-) in i ??m ni i?ioi inn.- wini ii m ike? the Baapaaaf s.tu?in .1 m ni? ] as, and tbe assba oSontrj t? 1 ofsiaa that .'."a bal?' SBllhilv sii?l?iiiied the honor ol the llug Let li? show lll.lt tlinauli Milne teil to t lie ne? veu st test.? t in- I n-t Catyo, forsatting these, close? ,i], us rank?, ami. ?Osd ?tiding BB, l?-t us ?ci/c great itiulblilliant ???veil.?-.'1 I he following lett!3 Hoi? (Jan Bochar, sssnsnni ii g tin: /??liai?- "I Maishal M.uMahoa's Illusion lain tbaaUSy titw d_B_alitio_of tbos Bat -<?l?li?r?. sah km . a na ? " ?"**?" "?* ?vsaakOai, vhohaaaaaai anrad m?- fioui ti?? iii-.-t t' n.i'i' of t'?? I.BBBJBIBttntheantdtare fate locliiuaiitir. It i-a nura, le that I mu still alive, viltliout as. ML Bj ?''"' ?" l"If" I analta. Hut my heart , it brohea ami i an warnbaland ?uti yrit i at tin- tata oi ??y jMsirofli'-r-. B?i 1.t-til.L.r?. I dan not tall you Uuw uiaii.i I hu'?'lo?t ; ?I would grane jou ha? utit-tu 1 ,,, i i ?lui kiiniv the mimes of those you knew Mini lovel, mt B-U BhSSf MB ag.ilu. The gal iuit fei!???? inns'tit USB Iban -ii?! lattas? ? nu of n I.I1IC4T?. ?i were kill' ?1. w?nu?l,-.l. .mil missing. sea ?'i iiM-k in tin morning tin i'w? r<- fill ol life and iir,|?,, BOW BO Bit kill??l. At..,'. Uk la Hu atl?rn.s.ii, ?^ tii.fnttill.at. I ?ill. intl'l ' "!oll''l. I?? ?Ina t les, *i> ttmxtnax .1 b] nu li? ' A ?mil?! ?I,-? haii.il Inn .? fea ?Utadistant ? nt? ted lui si"luui? i?. Ile ws? silk 1?j sqaeeae my han<1 as he was carried off the Seid, but la? lia? proiiahly <li?-,| before this in a Prussian ambulance Two Chefs ?te Bataillon were shot ?leikd, and a third one la either ?lead or a pn?,,?^,. Saint flauveik?. was wound???, badly, and but very little bone is entertained 01 his recovery. I had him taken from the Brid ,n %tt ambulance. A bullet went through bis chest. Up BBBBBBl splendidly. 1'ierrou was shot ?bad I have but Uve captain* out of thirty Tlie others ure in heaven. All my adjutants, and most all my sergeant-majors ahared the same fate Of the ??ioiirers?l,etteror more gaiiaul men never breathed? only Ive are left Two who were left with the baggage were either ?akhered or talen prisoners. My horse* were also captured. Mj poor, black charger was killed undei (rea. Sawrcur, to whom I lent him, his horse having Urn killeal early m the action, (mt of all I load, all tha'. remains are the clothes that I wear and T6 frstics in my l*x krt; my baggage, with that of the Marshal, lins been taken. I dun t care for t'.at. 1 cannot help crying in w irdly when I think of all ti,?-.- I have iosL We f.?u?rht like lions -:tt,<jrjo agaiiist loo.ijoo. The enemy ?iirrounded ua on all sides, den. (,'alom was killed ; Itoliert de Vogue was killed. Alfred de (irainont, the Duke's brother, lost an arm. The other corps ?turn-red almost as much a* ?mr own. MacMahon behaved splendidly, and did all that any man could do ; but he bad not men enough. Ile was unabl? toc<i|s with l?M,uoo men, with three times mon? al tillery than he ha?L Ne vertheless, we inflicted a heavy los* on the the enemy, and that, doubtless, was the reason we were not mon' vigorously pursued. Had such bean the ruse, th. disas ter would have been fearful ; It is bad euougli as it is. Th. battle Ingall at 7| o'clock After night lhere was a pouring ram, in which we had to stand, without tents or On', or lie down in the mud. During the previous ?tay we baa-! marched 70 kilometers?from the battlefield t?> (taverne. Th? las! 3?, kilometers were got over during the night, pell-mellBind without stopping or sleeping. War is a f. lu nil scourge. We aro doomed to a fore?-?! inaction. We have but M or ran loiiiives. without kmtpsaeka, tents, clothes, or fond. Hut we have arms and do not complain We ai-e without officers and non commission? d officers, and cannot lae sent nit.i mt ion. It is probable that BO will Ive sent to Htntstxuirg U> reorgani?.. Our regimental (lu sts, from all ?tc?ouiits, have been taken. KTRKN?.TH OK THK 1'KKSSIAN ARMY. THE AHMfe-nKAItlNH I'OIT I.ATION OK GKKMANY ON KRLN? II Mill. WITH OVK.K MITKLN liLND KLD CANNON. ImMion, Tueml.iv, Aug. lfi. I.-.O. The following recapitulation of the Prussian forces is published here to-day : Sii. hiimlri ?I thousand (?? nnun asVaSSB aie now? in Frame carrying the needle-gun. After flinn come th? r.'server?? the entire male population ot ahle ImhIii.I (?eniiany. Tins niaesis distributed in three Isaf ions: the Army of the Saar, the Army of the lillirie, ami the Army of th? South. Fnilemk Charles commands the Anny of the Khun- a? leader ot the center. OB his right, advancing south-east ol Luxemburg, is Ihe lu ?it iirmv, m that of th?' Saul, under (?cn. Steinnn ii. On the I'riii.-.-'s left is the third, or Southern Anny. h-?l hy I'riiice Ki .-.len. k William, the ben to th? Crown. Iiiilerthe latter are J."*?.?*?? men; under Frederick Charles. ?J.'iO.OUU. and under (?en. Stemmet/. TU.ts.ti; total. r>7l?.4KS? men. Stein met/ bfke? mturlv J??? trims: the Crown I'niu'e. ?'?!... and Freien? k ('lurries. M : total, omi iJBaPgBaO In other word?, Steinmetz has 50 hattah,ins of iu fantrv. 4>? sf|ti.i?lrotis of horse, aj batt.ilioiia ol' artil? lery; l'une?-( Inn les, M7 Lal talions of infantry, '?' *<iu. it lions of horse, lil? lutt tenes, and the Crown I'riiice. l'.tt hatl-ilions ?if infantry, Uri BBSBBBSBS ??f eavaJry. and 111 batteries. I UK Tl.KbTBl.K MlTl.All.l.Kl'SKS AUAIN. TWO I'KlsMkN BSOISBSI1 INMIIII.VTKI?. I'??ais, Tuesday, Aug. 16, 1870. The Mmiitrui ol Ne.lav s?i\s: (hiring tin- battle on Sunday. Maishal Ha/.niie had in position a BBBBBSd battery of Mitrailleuses.. Four regiment* el the Prssataa Roval Qaatd sppgea? hing. Ike batteries vi i ii- niiinaski ii. ?.ml two ot the i i-L'iincuts 44ere com? plet? l> ?tllliilnlat? d._ THE l'KKsslAX 1'K.AI. I.TAl.lL A HI-INi.?il lill. ILksAMKl i\ ALsk.? Bj, LKKKKI?? IHK l'K! sSIAN roSCB si I H.TKM lOl'KL -1 i:\ i OBOBS. I HI TBI M.HAITI TO Till. TRIHI NK | L.i4i?,\, TBsaaap, asa. i?, n-?u \ -pe, i .ti . ?,,r, ?purni, nt of lui; Tkiiu su write* from \V<Msr*enlniig on Thursday. Auguat 11: "I Ita? li?'?i lu-ic this moi n nil?, the town is not .lam? il!'..1 lu battle except OSO trate destroyed. A rising of peasantry in Alsace is feare?!. The tiarracks of the Kreuch police here Were foiiiul lull oi anns.'' Tin- same i i.rri'sjwiuflfnt. on Friday I'Jth . tviitiug OB Kreuch nth.aal note ?paper, says: "The Kiemh cvidctitlv lied in hast?'. having everything bchftid. The foice here is suth, lent to kop the Prov? ino? of Al?.i?< tin ??Id narnu for the Kum h Depeiluiiula ??f the Upper ami ?ko Low.t IvluiiM i|iii. t. Ki? si, n Lfi nu nts .m- .distantly poiimig Ihrniigh. Vi-stt-ulay then- were Bavarian intaiiiiy ami artillery: tn-.lav. ITiissiaii cavalry and a military train. I must imt give details, but the Ce?iiaii UiiiMt of having a million soldiers on Kr-ncli soil seems not tar tumi truth. Tln-n- gre Ni.non Har ai Isas at ?Leraberj?. THK Colvin I.I.?.ISLA I IK. ANOUILH KMTIIN'b -I ?? ? ION ? IMP.iKTXM - i A I I - VII.NI ?ii lill. MIMslH* ol' WAK?MAK-II AL I.V/VIM l?l' Ullin TO Bl M.MMAMiKK-IN < Hil r. I'Altl?. Tuesday. Auk- W, H-?7o. 'I lie jin?. .eilinv'S in the (.'.ups la L'i?lalif to-.lav ware rtutniii and itill'M taut. Deputy Keller said that lor three .lavs now the tr???[>s had Inven tii?htiug, and no news had BOOS i.-.-civt-.l as to what had heel? a. i .?liipli-iht-fl. lu such a aituation ol allans the Chaiiib? r cotil?! not think of any otlu-r mat ter-?. Iii. uniting "f the Corpa ituist Ik- permain ut to await . orniiniiiii atmns troin the Munster ol the Interior. The Mmistci i.f War. Count I'alikao. said hu was not pr?paie?! t<? s|s-ak of a defeat the l'i BBBBBBl 0 I I saul to have sustained, hut of a -eriotia ein? k, j for. nig them to r.-tne. and tort-go tin ir attempt to ?lint uri, th.- retreat of ike I ? ?-ti? Ii army. Ile had no o!b. I.ii dispat? In S toiuhllig the events of prSBBBBSj '. hut lie had re, ?'lv.-.l news t'roin'triistvvMtliv sunn OB, and itii.'lit Otate that the I'm?ians had I.ii I ttii'iki'tl several times, ami were retirun? tow.ml CoiniiKii >. II?- was full <>f cotitiileiice, hut could uni .n Bawssori safas asea aataita. in a fas dara i min li great?! lort?- vvouhl lie Dador liie eoiiitiiaml ??! Mar-thai Ua/aiin-, the only and the Inn < ommandtr-in t kief. The Munster then r.tir??.l. ami D.uiitv ?I. Ferry j t.s.k ilu -ii -ur. In In- i.marks In i.ini.il to the. I Km!? nu ? pris lauiatioii to tin-uihahitants of Met/ I a-h.14 ini' (Tcat??l an unpleasant ctl?'t BBjOB the |.iil.ln. I he s|.e ,k. i wa? In I?' mi? irnptcil I'V .-.pr.asieiis ..I dls.tpplotal. I li?' tniilillt hi. alfie ti", great for I.nil |0 I??' hear?!, ami lie took hi? -?-?it. Th. Chamber tii.-u rated mm ral laws fyr tko o?foaaalioa al tka W.U. IHK IHSTI'KIIANCK AT I.VO.Nm Hi.Ill llLfWKLN TIIK iori I V? K AM? lill, lo? ll, f.?ONK OP TIIK. JaATTtK KILLLU ANl? -1 \LitAL WolNHKD. LrOBB, Tuealay. Au?; if,, l-to The fTiBBiBTBf ihiacity glrastke ISlao*?s1apatale> nnnt t.i day of the p??piiitti ?lcuiuiistratii'ii win. h n ?Ltitlj ?a:? tirred there: eV.-?t.-rday morning about 11 ft*tX* popular ? mu lunti'ii. anning from bad 00SI from Un BTTBJ t.?ok pia. e luth? Plaee rinlnaaaia. -vi'i.?? tn,lc<1 '?? *#*?** ciiilict tN-twe? t. the is-li.e and the I" "I?'1' 1 '" B?*il( u luis of the affair luve I*?" ?""?" exaggeniied. II?' ork'iiiat.iruf the trouble wa* an-bl Hilary. U-utilbui bv nat... . well known for lu? politl?'-..uni,Mu ... Thin BsaSOS ? lau,!, rod upon H>? asBBsSalsl li.? ?r.-s in Hu uiiun.l in.- J'l*?-c (mikrous??' IVoliiake a?|s..l. t? a group?/ lab..ins. II.? hen. m vv ;. I w at tb. -tai ? . ina si? n I na-a ?.ma i iuwiI BOB ?'.bl. ?1 ?Tie- of I, , | lu aaSS*ak|SSSSBI h?anl t'uall side? 'niuiikU i a in! , upon to stop by the |?ili... Ix-utillon persisted in lila se dlf lou? ?K-clamatloD, ??altliir upon the audience lo defend him. The hitter attempted to ii? fend bara h> the sid of atonca. The authorities eel.? d the orator notwitbstand ing the violence off? red, hut oue of them having allowed one of the rioters to draw lus sword from the scabbard, was ?tin, k hy one of the?" infuriated people lu the ai.di. men, from which wound he died lu a few moment?. Five or ?li policemen wer?' wounded. IsMitillou and other I?ia. ipili notera were arrested and taken tu prison lx twe.-n two (Iles of soldiers. The man? of the population of the Uan? ?tlatooiisse too- no part, n tin?? violent paaaaa?-BSB It w?? all BSaaai by a few turbulent char actere. Thesedemonstration?, are generally demnuu-ed." (len. Cansad?', the commander at Lyons, has issued a p?o. lama?. warning the people agaiust fatale dist?rbame*, and aiinoun? ing the nadiiu ne ol (lu aiithoi ities to repress them. INCRKDIIU.K DflLMfl KKI'OKTS. A HRMttl IlKKKAT ?lAIHKlI. I-?Ni?ON,Tiiesdii>, Aug. M, l^f) The correspondent of Thr ?lady .Wie-, writing from Luxemburg, says tbe result of Mondav's baltic was to force the Hermans hack to the Moselle. A dispatch has BBSS re? civ ed here from I'aris stating that the Sub-Pntect of Verdun ha? tele? graphed to th?'Munster of the Interior that a gnat battle raged on Momia?,. on the road ti? Met/ ; that the l'in-siaus lost 40,UK' men, ami were ictirmg. THK ATTITIDK OF ENGLAND. KARI. ?'.KANVILLK IN DKKKN8K ?JP K.Mil.lSIl SKI - TRAL1TY. [B? TKI.IKiHAPII TO THK TKIHl Ni- | IX)NIS>!4, Tuesday, Aug. 1??Midnight. Kail (iianv ill?- has addr?r*?d a long i neniar to the Fnglish representatives in Germany, regretting the German impression that Knglatul deviate! fr??tn her pledge?! neutrality by giving Frame sp?-? ial facil? ities, especially by selling munitions of war, horses, anil coal. While not aurpi isc?l at German sensi? tiv? ness, the Knglish Govtrnmetil insist?s that all such rumor? are unfounded, and neutrality ia MU? tully olieencd. Kqual la? ilitieei are given to lioth belligi rents, hut tbe German demands that the ex js.itsof contraband materials should he preveiiteil as well as prohibited cannot be complied with. No munal power can perform such a taek, nor ?le? ide what is contraband and what not. Prussian uuthorities have held coal not contra hand. Not in any tase ?mihi its export to neutral port? Is' prohibited. As ti? horse?, th? unru Int cxpoi-Nd iu .Inly and August t<? Germany ami France was nearly the Baum? not ??00 to eiilrer. No munitions of wai were exporteil to Frunce. Hence the Government hopee that Germany will ?lo justice [ tn the good faith of l.nglish netitiality. The tone of the whole dispat? h is moderate and con? iliatory, but it clearly intim?t?? that the Gov? ernment docs not intend to put any additional n Strictions on supplies t<? the French Haiti,- licet. _ (?. v.. ?. PROVISION TOM F.XPEI.l.F.D GFKMANS. Hlki in, r.i.-<la>. Auk B. BBS via LfrrTrfiT Th?? Federal Council has vot?'d to leiinliui'se to each native at Germany eX|K-ll?-d Iroin I-rame the cost of his passage home. THK Pin (IN THK MU Al ION. THK PAKIs l'l'.iss nil. UM) , (iNKMtKM'K?TflF. I'RI'SMANS .11 ST WIIKRE THK Htl-'.M II S INI' rinn ? ?n, bazaink'" RAMS ?DTfSBS.tn rSOn AN OrHCIAL UlSPATi'll. IX)KIS)N, ISBaaSf, Allg lil. 1S70. The Ma* 'mrdu Soir publishes! vc?tei?Ui an article lull of contidem e and resolution. The rollowingis an extract, and is a fair exhibit of the spirit of the French press: " Kverythitig progresses well. The < m mi wake? Mata to finish his work. H. know? full well that the piolouga timi.rf the war exhausts Ins tones uml augini nts ours. Hi? liiatii ? ali.ne sliow tli.it we halt only fo nain tune to divert the Prussian from his Las?' of .,|.i-t?iictis. while de feniijiig our ground inch l?y inch. The (M-ssti-t- at ni lu? vt hit li took pla??- vest?nluy under the guli? of .Met- I.? tin first ?nt in thi Baa (IraUia. Kielli ?lavs helm- the energy that has matked the flrst, operation* of the iu vailcrs will han- ghin way to discouragement and ex haiiBtion. Our fortified towns all h?'ld out. Hit? li?-. Pfiilsl.oiiig, V? r.lun, ?ill ilefetnleil hy the army and Httlr inh.datants, answer with their guns to the arrogant Bitumions of tile enemy Tin Nati..nul .li f, n?,- ??.tntuen ces. If hut iu?t eotniiieiii is. ami every Frrin hinan i? ready to answer the ??ill of his countti. See jour National (Jua rd?, linai'l Monde, and Volunteers, who are on th?' way to tin- Vn-ges Honalaiaa. There shall the Prussians find tinar gravaa Tin i han asked for a war of rSBSfi and rill-- shall they have." Aa Paris Constitutionnel sais the plan of theenn i|iicst of the Prussians ? aniiot BB] longer Ik- a inattci of doubt. The German Kmpire takes advantage ol the llohen/ollern dynasty to inaugurate it- poUt i ol .?[Miiiation ol French territory. In the Depart ni, nts windittie t hunces of war has given to the enemy, the King of Prussia commands at present as territo? rial sovereign. The same lournal also says : " a ?h? rat haa te* i san ?i hj iii? Kafaatj iba Kn.u ??i PltL-ei i, and ?Lit? d at SI Amid, al?ilis\ui_ conscription in ?ill the Fr? mil territory ?xi-tipieil I.y the ?f.erin m laasfa. isafraaah-B Qaaaraaaal win.h pretender?,is so well liifnruied ?ihont nn-n and th iii Ks in Paris, doss not mein t?> he veri strmii? ni the towns of Alsace, which will know how to find the menus u? rejoin the national bug. lu place of conscripts, all men from IG to !Ki vi-ar will rush to ?uni!?. Th?- Pni??iaii mni mils continue to [Miar forth tlielr in?iilt against th? ii.i,,* fatten, We itudei lui.- tin's?- two word?, l.eea in? li?- illii new-pap. r? fi.ru-illy declare that war is made not only .??.-aiiist tile (iiiieruiueiit hut BfBUaSt theenllie Frcm h BBSfaV1 The I'aris t,anloxs says the public is astonished to tittil the dispatch announcing la engig? m?ut at Loiignci um signeil only hy Na ps .leon. That journal adils that it was countersigned " Hazaiue," hut the latter name was suppressed in the publication of the dispatch, which was regular in every oihur reepect. The .Yo/th tirrnuiH tiozette ni Hcrlm vosterday Ugad a general celebration of the Inxt Napoleon ftU: The JbSMS to-day strorgly sympathizes with th?' PrsSBSSS and rejoices in their ie?ent succ?s?, but thinks a French victory is necessary to pr?dis|s?-e tin- Emperor t?? treat for Basan The Paris I'alru to-dai publishes an ?iiti. le saving that faL?e re|n nts have heen circul?t?-?! t<? the ? -fleet 1h.it no anns Sala to be obtained Cn the tiiM.p?. I he J'aim adinna that there is a complete provision of ?nu? nt all kinds, and q notes a statement made in the CbsBb_BSS lhal UM supply of gnus is lui gi-and the quality excellent. The French journal? generally complain of tbe bl el ll_\ of the dispat i be? I nun the seat of war F ven the CoHttiUtioutul, a selin-olll? lal organ, sat's thedis pat? In i ?lo not gue a taff pn-ia?. ?lea of the puni? tion of cither of the anille*. The i'aliw, referring to Um fact that Pan? is s n't out otiicial news ironi the frtuit, |Bfl that Marshal Ban mi?- ia ev kdaartly determine?! aa atriH mbbbiij . ?u, far as his movemeut? are ?on?, ruc.I. Ile i? in coin inuni. utioii w ith the camp at Chalons. MJS<Ji:i.L..XJ.(H S PKK.NCH M.WS. CAfl-SSl (xv a rpni-Um hy thk hw irians? lill. l'i:i??llN AUVASt'K?THK "tJUliaiiii. IM im" im iakis. I'lRl?, Tne..|:ii , An. \f, ISTO. Foil n s.? Mai sal a ?niall ton u a little ai*sa 'Bal ol .N.inev. ami loiuicilv torr iti.il -h,-s baan (ipfured hi a body of P.nui ian tus,ps, alter asholt isinlialil in.nl. Si\t v ? aiinon wer? cupt tin -?I. At. ?.th? ial ?li?pat. h liom the Pn?.?t ?,l M?n ? '" Iii. Miiii-l.a of th? In!, nor is pnbli?he.l Ina? t'e.l.n II. ?lisa laslv ol li. unan Ihlan? ha h * I '" ' -. . B.I- ?.._.-. POSTSCRIPT. 4 A? Va. IiKTAII.S Of IHK IATTLI OF WORTH. ?il.VKS ON TIIK li.TTI.K-HI ! Ik? KVIKI.M BJ ur A TLKKIIiLK II Billilli? M*M ?JBtJBTs KLIKr.AT A KO! T?OVLIi A HIMililli ITHH HAM? MHB im;a?;ki?. |KV T! ' i?.HAI'll TO Ml! ISM IB.) laBBBOB, in ?dat, Aug. IS. Ufrt). Our sp?.? ial conespond.nl win?-* on J'tiiirwlaf '11th fn.m tb? li. ad.|i,aiieis of tin (Town ritme a.? account of tin battle of Worth. TI,, re is nothing yei pnnted here fiom the I'rm-iau side. Our con.siiomli nt taavs : " ?he swift and skillful movement against Weis?? nlairv. i.siilting m ??an olSte am.ess to Hu-German arms. v?.m but a fore? taste of the st?'iiii whn li Ihleatemd tin- iiortaiern part of Alsii??>. (?n the mi ?.ml ibu ?ilt?-r that ??I W, issenluirg came the batt I? ot Worth, and th? C m w11 Prime gaii??-il a vu tory over the ablest Gen eral in France. It is admit led that the French fought Wi'll !<?? Mess .(linage. Bad that thev Ililli?-!???! heavy loss on th? ir opponents: hut the fact of this haul tightiiig ami ?if lins BOB. ? '?"?-' shows how a?ri? ons a ?iel? at vv ?is sustained I.v Ma.-Mahon. " 1 travi-nuil BBC ti. 1.1 wini? tue ?I? ...I -til' lav nn buried on the tr.uiple.l ground, ?uni rsSSs forma good notion of how the tiirbt Bad kfoii?- BJ th?> gli.-lsth i-v idc'icca w h ' li lern., ,u il. Wolli is at til?) hot ti im ot a fertile vaDej. bstweea ivt? rida* -ot i ul ti4 tted L'l.'iuid. Tiiie ?s tm i h ot 44,..n,?-, i mil iii the ni iiihlMirhixsl ; uni c?is . ?ally Ik Ii ml the I ii mil position <?r on th.- acaten sid.- ot ti. kalarjr,thsasS a slnp of ion -st whii h lunn? a .nv.-i loi leii.-ating ti is ?ps. " The little rivei Hiud.-i no1 io- enough in *nm nier time to lloat a skttt. tlutts through the vilhtg?', ami a highroad BOOBOO windin!' fjsao toward tin? v illage on the eastern aide .?I the v.illev. Hankn! bp lie?*. Here waa tin- E^raaaasa poaitioB. vt r? t ? i, i n e fai'to right and left along tin.? i ??ad were heap* of Spiked helmets IO be sa-, n ; alni cart-loads of ne? di? - gillis wi le colle, ted mulei tin trees. \I .. <i -tain ?' the Frein h lllllsk. li> lire had told mole hi ,.v li) li, in the German ; ami I lu aid that lae ii?i..h ,.,i,ll>,y had been veiy well sei v.-.l. "Hut though the burvini' parties wen-hu?, with the Gennan ?ha?! OB th. I- ' i-i? IB BV I id W.uih. there waa? moir than an 0X4 hange ot ahuaght. roua wm k on tkeWeaSsea aide. Here the Prussian*and (lava BBSS had BaaBBed forward in-Hong buce, aad their tile hail told f. g'liillv Upon IBS Kieiieb. The high spirit and rigid dis? ipline of tin- BBS .unit had BBSS mole than a mat? li for the BaSasSSBa BaaBBBBBBO Of the, other. Whole eompain?** of Frenchmen h,.?l been Illowe?! ?lovvn ill the i wild atti uipls to < he? k the enemy s advance. It had lieeii a toleraldy ?-?|Ual light in some places, for the ground wao ?tt.-w.-.i with (ierman dead; but more and iinie Iren, h m. n had tullen in pr,i|H,! t ion. lil.n k I un. s .mil w uli-trnu-i red /.oiiav.-s lay timk at many |><>iiifs, illili the . lll'iiissi.Ts had suit? ??> ?1 inn h. linn tv u? st?el bl east plat. s and bl.nts In Inn : ? si al Iel? ?I tin? klv on the line >,f let rea I. while the dead horse* lu all ?1 inaction* miiiht lie counted BJ Inn,du ds. "And so westward tlirouuh the wisxl w? tit tim traire*of increasing disaafer : orhi-ers ami men lying gi iinlv w hen- tin v had fallen. Nome in ?piiet. s)i?mIv' s|M,ie. an though uixm a in? ni. BBTOOed BBBaBB. Pool-, ?I tilisiil lil,1.1,in ii token' the Wiiumliil had la-en n.un.I. There were knapsacks, nth? aid overcoats. .itliiTtlirovvuavvav in llight oi lett bv tin- wouiuletl on rite held. Iii.-n I came upon a >*|?ot SBSSB the Kiiiii-h had rallied and vv here the ?V ...I "i both ?ni. ? h?V thick. Tun.?S Wein theil who hail eviiu-lil'v l'oiii?hl to tin last ami liail llieil to Iiie tti. ii | .-???s.u? they lav. Freu? limen ol the line regiineiitei liital bent and there fallen in u run leers, ?us iboiigh thev li.m1 baited .uni Im e.l about iii regular order. "Hut the aspect of the fields bei omi the ?*<mm| sa-eiued b? indicate a hasty retreat. Wagons wer? ovMliiineil. liaggage Wa* tlitown out upon the roadside, and many BBBBBBl ks were to be ?*w-ii .No one who had poseed oree thal battit grasad <?f Worth when I did could hav. t..ii, .1 io leaii/i thal k i/i .-at ilisitastei had befallen the Fren? li arms, though my okas vat ions were made when mo*?! ?>f th? wound.?.! h.lll heel, l,'Dl?IVfll. " On so large a BOOBS of act ?mi it would hate lat?n in^tsasible to judge of the exact l??-s sustained. I see n>> r.-asoii. hssaasOB, to doubt tin i.ltici.,1 n turn ?ill the German sid,-, w hu ), gives abolit li!.!??! Kn-in h nun ,ui?l i.Hin German* ?or- ?f? mmhat, and aU.iit 7.HKI P?TaSSaSSO taken bv the vicIms-lum in tho Battle .iii.l 8,<aJ? in the pursuit, l'hene l??e?n-*. with the further lons of cannon and ?..lois, in.nh- the Inn tie of W nth an evil iej lol lian?.-. W. II miL-ht the wounded Gcrnians iai-i tin ins. Ki ? to < lu ?r the Clown l'unie an In- paOOOd, and cry that G? rmaiiv wa? -ate. It Will oftetl he fold how tile .11 lilies filet ofl the 'li li of August, and how Mi Mahotl made his uiisue SsaafSJ ?Hort to rei?el the invasion of Alsace: how the l'i iis-i.ttis h. Id tin- lift of th? lim-, ?uni the Hava ? nr?nsaiul Wiiitenibergers the right, and I???? a f. ?v Haden troop.? held iu reserve Lv ti.? Crown 1'riuce vvele brollL'ht lip just ill tillie to sliare the honor? of the .1.i.V. lhere witas a ti. n ?? alta? k ?di both sid?-, ii being illili, ult to say windi patt-, lu can the tight. (?rad.iallv. 00 the (..-mian troops ajSSBOd muni upon their opponent.? Innot Pe?eal. tin- Ininti wen? for.e.ilaoabaot* a tstesgnolo BMrsaaeai ii.,i ti,? n-rie.it h,< ame very marly a lout. " rill- t,ee?lle-giui pioved ii ?eil to Is lally tbo e.|iial oi the cbasaepot, and pel haie? mole than thai at h a-t ?o -.,4 the German soldiers, with apj-nrently gooil roaaSS. Moreover, iii?' Prussian* knew their weapon better, hav mir long Im?-ii a.cu?toine?l to it, and the Crown I'riiice handled his army so a* lo m ike ti,?- most of tin-.I. ?idU dr.- ot his mtantn. The t.iv ahy aras not us.-.l l..r an etta? k in iii. i,rM ,u stan? c hut was s< nt in puisuil vv 1 i n the enemy Is gan his utreat. " It wa.? a v u tory due to Ike p,ti "lu urilm nf tb? German tri?,ps a- inn? li .ia? lo ant tiling m th? n dis? cipline UT ta? ti' ?. hill Vte inn, | Hot lol l',., , l)at ?fjg lien, h sh.i4N.il aiilni lik- vvi-e. ami th<- Male wai turn..1 for th.-Germ.ms ?u Wonh I.vth.n ni. Iii gent iinderstau.liti" ol tin? I.r???-.?h loader drill, sn.l l.v then ?tciuhiu-.s in Li ring. Tin?.- matt, i? tak? tillie to leal I,. We BBS the triol inus lis,ill* willi h (.111,1.1114 is ?i aplug liom bel I .UM,il pu paral um " Tin- pi?simo.? Wen-..es? milled l.i.il I ne b'sl sl.i tim, id the nop. n.?i i.,,144.14 (brutish Weiaarahera h . ,! distil .fii-h n- m v 'I n.. n- ami /i"..i4i? among thara, though the great.-rpari were akWIers ?.f tl?? Uta?. We drove pt,,| th.-m 4.1 4 ?lottlv. b.r the r..a,! waabloehe-d wita ..munni non wagon?: Bad I OS tioedthat ihev .?.-. m-d v..lull, d ia. "?n..-??!- Ii".? w.-!.- nosoiiif? and -i" laiiiili'M i"'??? bkawd Mam tiiein ami the fes thal v...cupjinp Ihetitsel. - in pitkins' fruit in trees that the> '?a?l climlsril, ban m.ta'.-rv hv.li ?ur loi Li. m tu". ?> ?n ?u.-h a \*?, lion a? li iii pairing, rheo csrae the .??nv.-v?. ??I wound.-?! men BhiviBf t?? i??. rear. MaBVnog h*?l nosdetheni hrotbera ia iaia/?arluna li.? (..-.maur and !? nehmen mingled -?< '", ?> '?.l",,,Nl M' inie.as n im sen i4d ???ti mUt\ th? ouly.nemj ?,?,.1 til. loliu.uiii? -?.-iii. ?'?'"'-' :|" ."I""?.- w.,.?, ? v? we D. ?i??i ??'?",l '' ' " 1V,W> ? ?'"""'??i1- ??tri .nu , , -, .ei.o? bril ring down w?.led naen IYikaslam and Bavarisas Tar??as and r.h.i, of ti,.- I?,. |b, , Imii-i the miSSrj 'I tin r..,.l ,u .-<|?al silem? U 44 i? rare to leal a n.v. tln.t'pli Hie |s?,r fellow s I At ra showed ni'" I' f>-;"' V""' "f * ??dder elgin in their l.l'is! ?in .?-ii banda-?s ih.tii llit-mci? a bl |.,4 a.-[iuilv mi I ne I.!.??!? VTVg-t? meit was a mtta 1. tal ii .! ,11 the in habit -at? were . ither BitrsiBg the woiimled .?r buiv iiigtlie.h-iwl. li tv a? au eil late bli Iii, pi, I ,1, sa,,,? 1,;||, pla? e ti.lt II Hi 1 Ililli 11 a ?.,,?, ul. ,, ,?, ,?,. .,,, tit* otin ? should Hav. aettlwl theil ^iiarr. I mt ia*al .? mama, (?I ,,'|iiilil.'uu?V. itients I nut?! not ?jiy g ttoi.I I ' I .-4. nt of vet.te?d:i4 was the .n|*tire al the bille for! !. se oI I., ,,, I.I. , I. .. - 44 bei, a I ?i fe an ia, li: Mi tai i -.lol. ? a,. |. u.U. <| i?. I, at? Um i, i apt,u i ?! I be lire? I . lit MU ti the pla? e. alni ne le ...I . ..II t < -li lilav lol? BOtMl