LIGHTNING FLASHES. Reported ppwially for th SM.T T.akr FIkkald by Western Union Telsffrapb. Gold is again circulating in Paris. Paris is prepared to meet an attack. More Prussian troops have gone to the frontier. A legion of foreigners is being organized or-ganized in Paris. The National Musical Congress is in session in New York. The trial of the Villctte rioters is progressing in Paris. All the opposing armies are said to be heavily reinforced. The cabinets of Italy and England are said to be in full accord. The condition of the French troops is again said to be excellent. The U. S. steam frigate LranMin has been docked at Portsmouth. The Duke of Saldhana goes to England Eng-land as ambassador from Portugal. Scenes of violence have been frequent in Dublin since the Boyne anniversary. Italy will not permit another power to replace the French forces in llome. Brittany will soon send an immense number of volunteers to the French army. The blockade of the German coast only became effective on the 19th of August. The principle topic in France, England Eng-land and Germany is the expected great battle. It is said Napoleon and his son will cross into Belgium in case of McMahon's McMa-hon's defeat. De Bodas demands 1:2,000 more troops from Spain to cover his losses in Cuba by sickness. More than 50,000 people moved into Paris from the suburbs alone from Saturday to Monday. Another American ambulance train has left Paris for the front, accompanied accom-panied by thitty ladies. There was nothing from the front on Tuesday evening but rumors of engagements en-gagements without particulars. CoL John Hay has arrived in New i'oik, having resigned his office of secretary of legation at Madrid. The Georgia legislature granted eighty-five millions of bonds to railroads rail-roads on Monday and Tuesday. Officers from the front insist there was a great battle on Sunday with immense im-mense advantage to the French. Thirty thousand country people entered en-tered Paris on Monday, and were promptly organized into regiments. Great preparations are being made at Charleville, in the rear of McMahon, for the transportation of the wounded. The New York TriLunc't correspondent corres-pondent at Verdun had no news of any great battle up to Tuesday afternoon. after-noon. The Mayor of Epernay lias been dismissed fur issuing a proclamation advising the people to make no defense. de-fense. The Oj)iniine Xn'.iniinli' urges' a war of extermination if the Pru'uns continue con-tinue to shoot the country people of France. It is said Motley was informed that his resignation as minister to England would be accepted, but be declined resigning. The Freneh authorities- on Tuesday stopped travel to Paris rm Calais, and the Boulogne route was to be closed yesterday. Two more of the Yillclte rioters are conieumed to death, one to hard labor for life and one to five years' imprisonment. im-prisonment. The country people in France are aiding the French scouts in giving precise information of the Prussian whereabouts. The Pall Mall Gi-Mc docs not believe be-lieve Moltke's figures of i.he Prussian forces, and considers they are only published pub-lished for effect. In case of the siege of Paris the diplomatic corps will go to Tours, which will be considered neutral owing to their presence. The delay of the Prussians on their march to Paris, gives time for the arrival of immense reinforcements from the provinces. The President of the Swiss federation federa-tion has is-ued a circular warning all parties that the Swiss neutrality must be strictly observed. Measures have been taken to blow up the bridges and tear up the railways rail-ways around J'aris promptly on the approach ap-proach of the enemy. The Prussians fay Bazaine is completely com-pletely cut off, and all telegrams published pub-lished in Paris pnrporting to come from him must be manufactured. Three members of the English par liament. Sir (J. W. Ihlke, Arthur Hubert Hu-bert :yid Henry Winterbotham arc serving in the hospitals at Nancy. There were still 40,000 Germans in Paris on Monday, of whom .'10,000 in the suburbs of Villctte and Belleville are affected by the last order of Trochu. The Cailist bands in north Spain have been defeated mid dispersed wherever eneounlered, llundredn of the insurgents !l'-d to France and Wen; arrested. An- Iriii is positively tleel ii-imI to be ,eerei!y ariiiin:'. All the nllieers and sol'liei-- on liii lot eli are brim: recalled, aiel othei warlike preparations, lire luring lur-ing made. Three .-.pi.clion of the l'.!th French cha - i ui s v.' P- ii- '; e'li i pieces and I heir lieutenant c -, , 1 . , i ,. I in cniiiliiand wax captured v.illi many other-. i ai I S in -L ariey. A p.V.ale pa;l;, V.le, had puicl,:, e, 300,000 old muskets from the French government, is said to have returned them, and the national guard is to be armed with them. Immense provisions are stored in Paris. Private families supply their own stores. Shops are surrounded with purchasers, whose entrance is ragulated by the police. Five hundred Prussians attacked Chauverney railway station, defended by fifty French, and after an hour's fight burned the station and took twenty-eight prisoners. Seven were killed and five wounded. Sharp-shooters, the garde mobile and the country people are making it hot for the Prussians in the invaded French departments. If the Germans should meet a serious reverse these enemies would cut up their retreating columns terribly. A dispatch from Brussels says McMahon Mc-Mahon is about to make a desperate effort to force his way from Sedan along the line of the Montmedy and Thionville railroad, to attack from the north whatever Prussian forces may be gathered in the triangle formed by Metz, Verdun and Toul, regardless of their numbers.