|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
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|Article Title||From the Seat of War|
|Paper||Salt Lake Herald-Republican|
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. Thg Situation in Franco, Paris Advic33 say "Tho Germans Ger-mans are Expected in Pari3 ; th9 Erapira is Daad," Paris Journals to bo Interdicted, Inter-dicted, Over 53,030 Man at Work on th3 Paris Fortifications, Sazaino, McMahoa and Can-robert Can-robert Have 250,001) Soldiers, Changarnier, tho Orlsanist, is with Napolaoa. Paris, Aug.9. The Journal OJJki-il ,-nntains the following decree-, ie. : File departments ot'O. ieana, L iro, Aii nJ Fuiona are declared in a state o iiege. The following report was telegraphed 'roni Metz yesterday at 10.15 a. in. : Pub corps of General Fa.hy, which ivas not engage 1 in the rec.iit aetiois. ;s the rallying p lint of the a:m'. I lias not been d.oturbed. MacMahun lias executed the movements prescribed tor him. Tnere has been no engagement engage-ment to-day. The proclamation oi die ministry is received wiih eiitH'isi-ism. eiitH'isi-ism. The mini-tor of the interior has caken measures o have dispitehes bulletined at the Boar e and Mayoralty Mayor-alty house. A decree has bee.i published rela tive to the inc Jrporation in the ranks of the national und homo guardes ol ail citizens between the age of tliii t md forty, und who do not already belong be-long to some of the military corps, and preicr.bes measures tor the iuimed a.c completion and re-anning of tin-t-uardo with guns altered to breach loaders. In Fections where the national na-tional guarJe hn not heretofore been jrg-ini ed, the chiefs of battalions aix-already aix-already appointed; and, thanks to the jtneiency of the measures taken, the jrg;uiz.it:ou of th-J national flu-iide will soon extend to every pjrt o) Fiance. In the. depar iner.t of tin Seme, where that organ z ition is ijie -trongest, it has already tiveii pfjot'o: devotion and patriotism which caiiuot oe changed by the ciieuuistaneos through which we a:e pas-ing. On tho demand of the min'ster o( war, tho Prelect of the tieine this morning charged the engineers of the municipal service with the execution of the plans for ctengtliening the fortifications for-tifications of Paris. The servi.-o wnl l organized at once and divided between be-tween three chief engineers and eleven assistants. Each chief will be in charge of an arrondisement. The Prefect commits the chief bupeivi-ion of the entire work to an inspector general. gen-eral. At 2 o'clock yesterday, in the presence pres-ence of the geuera a and C-dout s, the Jirectori of i he foit tieatio i openi'f .legotiations wi;h the mo--t consider -lb M Cont aotnrs of Paris, lliekuei n-lactoii n-lactoii decarcd th'-y wou d inae o h.ng, but placed Uieir luiiun", per-onal per-onal servic s and m iterial at ih isposal of tne authority lur the dj-ence dj-ence of Pans. J he olhcia s and en -ineersat onec took po ossion of the ork eliops offered by ihoco tiaco.s. Lat niht pu.-tura were distiauied over the city init:ig the cit;Zcn letwetn the ages of 30 and 4) ti. prehent theiuse ves wi bin thr e days .t (he uiaoial y's honseo ion uro.ln.fcut iii .ha nation 1 guar. c. As so n as in, enrollment is omipleted, the d stiibu tion tf arms wi;l comuiei.ee. London, Aug 9. The Pall Mai, Guztttc has assurances i.oin private p.iraes in Pans that the empire i-i on the verge of a collap-e. The Germans ire expected in Paiis. EvVn if tiny are arretted, tho empire is d'.a.l. 'J lie I'ai'i-iau are leceiving arinn, and thej are all republicans at heart. The es tablinhuicnt of a provisional government govern-ment is already ta ked of. TheOi-leanUU", TheOi-leanUU", through Generals t hangarniei and Trochu, me in the ascendant, and enii"i'nt imperialists arc leaving 1'ai if and France. i'arii", An;r. 'J Tho minister of the interior has isbued a pr-jclaiiial.on an nouncine that according to the' ternir of the ar-ielo of law of tlie 'Jth of August, Au-gust, 1 b 10, on tho de;: niirtn-u of a state of fci-w, the militaiy ni'thorities liavc the light to interdict publications c.f i nature t j k'-ep Ui ilisoideri. As fcurli a proposition as that made by the .Sifdc to i'ntituie a committee nf de-.en-j tendi to anarchy an-1 creates notation, no-tation, on the adviru of the council ol mini ten it is ' bride I t hat the militaiy authorities shall apply piosuiptnu inensni'-s to any journal renewing such propo-ii lions. Pari', Aug. The P' publican and Demoei.'iiii; journals advi ci thu immediale n.ee'ing of the ('orps L"gis-lahf L"gis-lahf bill the lomin;: nf the peniile. Tiny all eeu i'.ie "'r-mgly the di-opP-iH whieh have talo u pla.ee in the Hie (:!', and cou.i-cl oalmm: mi'l lno'lerai ion. J ho deputies Vi the corps, now in p.uiu, uiet ye'lerihiy allenioon mi l called njion tl huipresa. Thre is -:i oat nc'.iviiy in the enrolling of volun-:i volun-:i ers in all parts of tho city. Thirty-;i:rea Thirty-;i:rea thousand workmen are gtrength-cning gtrength-cning tho loriilications, assisted by 20,-Wiu 20,-Wiu sailors from tha fleet. The Gnulois says the falss nows of i victory was di-seminated in Strasbourg Stras-bourg last week at the same hour as it wu-s sent out here, and was a preconcerted precon-certed attempt to deceive the nation. London, Aug.9. Letters from Paris say the citizens, in defiance of martials aw, continue to assemble in the street and discuss the war. Metz, Aug. ?. Tbo enemy is in a arge measure concentrated in front of Me:z. Marshal Paz tiuc has the direction di-rection ol' operations. The corps of General Pi o -sard has retired in good order on Metz. Ad was quiet during ha night. The Emperor has just gone to the general heudqaarters of Marshal liuzaluj. Metz, Aug. 0, 9: 10 p.m. Gen.Chan-ga Gen.Chan-ga tiier ha- arrived, lie was conducted .roni the railroad station to the prefect's oy an honorable cit zen 'f the town, vas in civilian's dre-s and was immedi-i immedi-i ely taken iu'o the pre.-enee of the Km'p.'ror. Pub ie opinion has revived vi h favor thj advent oi Cnangariner. Ixjnl n, Aug. 9. Auth ndo adviee-;'.om adviee-;'.om F.atue how that Marshal Ba-i Ba-i line, c iinmati 'er in-c .il'-f, n- 13 ' OJJ i. en at Metz; Mo 'ldhoii 50 OJJ ai v. Avurne; and ijanrooert 5J,0J0 at .San y. Gen. Troc'iu hasc itced upon cue duties of hi: j 'l general of I lie army it is n t kitown whether LeBouf wdl nave any command. Paris, Aug. 9, evening. -The Corps Legislatif met to-day. Ai orJer ol he day, direetij against ihi uiinistry, vas proposed by Deputy (Jletllel t. The p ojlamation of martial law wa rather a preoauti in uy than an imper itive measute. and its c-iiforcement is not eontemplatei. Paris, Aug. 9. Tha OJi:ial Jour-' nil, alter describing the resources and patriotic spirit of the n ition, which has always been an obstacle to Prussian Prus-sian amb.tion, a-ks : What other power wmll like to aQi PruVu making mak-ing the North B .ltic seas a Prussian lake, including the sma.ler states, and acquiring a dangerous preponderancy ot'po.ver. Favorable sLns are already apparent. England, suttstied with the categories.1 assurances ot l" ranee, hastens hast-ens to render secu e northern France oy causing Belgium neutrality to be ,espected. la tiwed-ti, Norway and Denmark, popular feeling is with France, und the Emperor of Russia ves proof of tne best uuderslandiug n it h Fiance. Au.-tria mid Lay are irming, ind wi ! cause embarrascmeni to Prussia. Picncu d plomacy is not more idle than French arms will be. ind F.auce will nrovc the has not de-5. de-5. nerated in 1S70. Hamburg, Au,r. 9. The river Elbe is clo-ed to prevent thj entrance of the French fleet, but a small paiage is itill 1- ft open at Goose Islnn 1 lor .ilcaur.r irailic. Puis Aui. 9. A correspondent ol Lt Tempi describes the interview be tweeii i he French minister and Cardinal Anton . Hi on tbe2Tihulu Thefn mei having read Giumiuont's di-pti ch directing di-recting the evacuation of the ll.'inau States by the French troops, Antonell -ai i, "I will mention it to the holy father." 'Then I may expect an an suer in the cvemn:? ' inquired tht jiinistcr. The cardinal replied, "1 shad itc.-ive you with pleasure in the evening." The M.rquisde Bonneville cm led on the cardinal, and the lollow ing b:ief c uvcisation took place: .Marquis "'What doos hii holines-say?' holines-say?' Cardinal "lie says, 'Gd wih i rovido tor me; may I never see French troops iittuin.'" .larquii "It tliat d?'r Card.nal-'-Al'.'' Paris, 9 L i Lib '4 says the Etn-pe-or is in th ! neu h orlmo 1 of Meti. l'h.' corps of G nual F.osiard has nil. ted will that ul liazolio, tvho now nas 1;k)0m nun Tne flee journal : hat siitne 1 the Dcniociatio tiiauilesto I ve Lien ii ii -d that at iho first Co'.i tcl.ary til iv nielli ttiry will hi -uppictsce. S veial pus. ns wid U b- Piu.ssian hpies e,e air'Sted hcrt io dny. Metz, 9 Gc-n ClnnctTrnier, nftei hid audience "i ll tho Emperor, ap p aiel lniieli phaso l. T.o ordnanci olhcers waitid on liiiil to his hotel.