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THE NEWS AND HERALD.
A TRIUMPII O ORDER.
A squad of regular infantry,
In the Commune's closing days,
Had captured a crowd of rebels
By the wall of Pere-la-Ohaise.
'There were desperate man, wild women,
And dark-eyed Amazon girls,
And one little boy, with a peach-down
And yellow clustering ourls.
The captain seized the little wai f,
And said. "What dost thou here ?"
S "L' 'pristi, citizen captain!
I'm a Communist, my dear!"
"Very well. Then you die with the otlheral"
"Very well.. That's my affair.
But first let m'e take to my mother
Who lives by the wine shop there,
"My'father's watch. You see it;
A gay old thing is it not ?"
It would please the old lady to have it
Then I'll come back and be shot."
"That is the last we shall see of him,"
The grizzled captain grinned,
As the little man skimmed down the hill
Like a swallow down the wind.
For the joy of killing had lost its zest
In the glut of those awful days,
And Death wrilhed, gorged like a greedy
From the Arch to Pore-la-Chaise.
But before the last platoon had fired,
The child's shrill voice was hear d
"Hbup-lal the old girl made such a row
I feared I should break my word!"
Against the bullet-pitted wall
He took his place with t.he rest;
A button was lost from his ragg ed blouse,
Which showed his soft, white breast.
"Now blaze away, my chiidren,
With your little one-two-three!"
The Ohassepots tore thestout young heart,
Axd saved society. John Hay.
There is more than one great mail
system centered in Washington, D.
C. There is the United States mail
system, and then there is the black.
The man who talks about April
showers and babbling rills had bet
ter come this way and see it howl,
and tear, and use up fire-wood.
"Jane," said he, "I think if you
lifted your feet away from the fire
we might have some heat in the
room." And they hadn't been
married two years, either.
Man can do many things, but
there is one thing he can't do-- he
can't button on a new collar, just
after cutting his thumb nails, with
out looking up in the air.
Love rules the court, the camp,
the grove, and earth below and
heaven above, but it never sewed a
gray )atch in the seat of your
husband's black trowsers. That
isn't love. That's revenge..
Stand back, now, and see Peru
and Bolivia wade for Chili. There
will be several hogs and chickens
stolen, three or four cannon fired,
and white--obed peace will settle
* down upon three countries full of
Anold turkey gol b!er in Ba: nw~ell
was strIpped of his blumage while in
a comatose state frDm eating rice
which had been soaked in whiskey.
Next morning he recovered and sure
prised the natives by delivering a
temperance sermon from the wood
The Ouachita Tels.graph', of
Louisana, says : "The sublime indif.
ference shown by many of the pat
rons of this paper as to the state of
are oo rou tobeg, but it is highly
proabl weshall have to resort to
stealng tomakea living."
New Summer Cook.
IMPROvRMBNT OF 1879.
. #0 DOES NOT HEAT THE HOUSE
Perfect for all kinds of Cooking and Heat
Always ready and reliable.
The m6st satisfnctory Stove made and the
O' Send for circulJars.
WHXi'NEY MPFG. CO.,
?-ly 128Ohestnut Sf.. Phila
feb5 J)~ BEATY #CO,
A TORPID LER
ld the fruitful sui'rea of nany disei , prorui
tiviit ttn"img Which aue
DYSPE?SIA, SICK.-HEADACHE, COSTIVENESS
DYsErtT1;,.U;LUUS Ft'E;, AG'JE AND FEVER
.'UNrCE, PLS, RIIEUMATISM, KIDNEY. COM
PLAIIT, COLIC, ETC.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of ApVetite ancd Nausea. the bowels
aretOtitvO, hbttontotimeluatternate with
lobrenteeu, Piet in the aead, aoanipa~eid
with a u>ull oasationin the back part. ein
- in the rixht itide and under the 'nouider
i>1e, \in*s titter eate, with a disIe
.iliintion to'exertion of body'or mind, Irri.
.Aability of temper, 1,sow tpiitaLoasif
metllory, Witn afoeling of having neglooted
tome duty, Genor":l W1e,iueen 1)dr.ines,
lPhutterinag -, the heart. Dcta before~the
eyes, Yellow sk.iu, He4aoho'enerlly
over the,right eye, 11ontlew.neaa nt ni
with itltal dreaws, highly colored tYrine.
IF THESE W ARNIOS ARE UNHEEDED,
SEIOUS DISIASES WILL SOON BE )EVELOPED.
are oupoclally adapted to such.
coes, la singlo dose offoots
such a change cf fooling as to
a.baCn:ish the ou''erer.
are centputeitt,ld frant rnbstrineer thit are
t'rea i'si'en t.y 1.ropertiestfutt esai" ore
tie t-t.4 deliratt- oerauiztion. 'they
P eut"it, ("leanse, Pu it' . uutt Itt.ieratte
h,-w emm:lr treytew. ltr lcehevista the en.
ibred t.lar., they clew...e the bleed
trait elSetsmOs.e h,.Intn. tand thueitpart
hetuti.. e t itilly to Sihe boly, uatssing
the bo.wue to eeatniatlly, iwiltetut
wt"u"Ah no ane eae feel well.
A Nooc1 Divino says:
Dr. TU1I':-"1lenr Sir I'pr te uetr I hayr.
A. rt'rtyr tq lPi t, :na"ni.,t ".'ti td Pilee. Lest
$t.ing, I'r,ir Piusi w,'rn recontoetel to nte. 1 used
slice l .". ..1 Y& hl, fiinth). t ttin t.t,w ri well man,
a,v. Ku~.d apl ", d'srte n t+t"tt. my lar atnole,
TTTr S PILLS.
Their fnAt e11'ert I to Iutreeue time Appetite,
and une tni hem li,!y to ''iae on Flsh, thus th.,
-vatitn Iti uturil.ied. end by their Toult Ac.
rlan o the Uiveetive Urs,ua, Itegular
hiuulae ar' 1,roducvt.
D.1 J. F. KAYWOOD,
OF NEW YORK, GAYS:
-'c, Fewa dis"r e0a34 uiat it mot be reimered by .
.turug Iae l.ir..e ' N .. t urail t.Lcti'a,a and for
thi - prios, i. rerte y h "u ..r iea.n uvented that
SOLD EVERYWHERE, PICE 25 CENTS.
ofite 2i Murrny trnct, Nry York.
(V Dr. Tt.l'T'S MANUYA. of Valuable Infor
mottiou ni U,cful ltcceipts" will be uasAedfree
TUTI'S HAIR DYE.
t;nAT.. IIAii OR WezsaRxga chaed to a Oroa@T
uSlacrtc t.byaaau, sloptittd-111 01 ti.lca hrri" It ll.
ut.iigur,U "iut, seli luu"n,neotily. and It
ii ""iraie,a us eai"+it w ,ter. hld by 1)rujeiata, oe
ent- b, capyroe. i rTi, i t of i.
O(M.1e, 35 Murray St., Now York.
HOES! IHOES i
Ten Dosen B3rades 00 and 000
aoes. Also, Ten Dozen of the
se1ebrated LANES CRESCENT
NTo. 1 and 2 Hoos which we sold
alt year and which gave satisfac
bion wherever used.
B~'ive Dozen Handled Plantation
We will sell the above goods as
sheap as any one. Prices ranging
fromn $4.75 to $7.25 per dozen.
mchi 8 F. GERIG & SON.
AT 00ST FOR L
These goods are of nie. pattern and
good styles. 0st1 early and get a bargain,
MoMAIMTER & BRICE.
#P1ESH $ARDEiN 8EED.
't'' e'I AL%
GRAND OPENING !!
have her ootusIne and her
sisters and her apats
seen such -an endless
variet. aend magnificent
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
as were purchased at the recent great
sales in New York, and will be old at
Our stock is complete in dry goods, no
tions, embroideries, ladies' neokwear, per
fumery, hosiery, ladies' hats, millinery,
straw goods. gent's famishing goods in
all branches, latest style straw and felt
hats, boots, and shoes in all sizes for
ladies, gentlemen, misses and children,
cloth and leather. Also, the latest style of
To convince yourself, and save money,
call at the will-known ftand of
SUGENHEIMER & GROE80HEL.
SPJCIALTY-Ono Hundred large size
Ladies' Parasols, at .5 cents each.
FRETSH GOODS !
-CONSISTING IN PART OF
24 bbls. Molasses-all grades,
400 lbs. Choice Buckwheat Flour,
10 boxes Cream Cheese,
2 boxes best Italian Maccaroni,
12 bbls. Sugar, all grades,
14 sacks of Coffee-10 Rio, 4 best
50 bbls. Choice Family Flour.
BAGGING AND TIES.
LARD in bbls., cans and buckets.
Bacon, Best Sugar Cured Hams.
Ohoice Red Rust Proof Oats, Seed
Rye and Barley.
N?ails, Trace Chains, Horse and Mule
Shoes, Axle Grease, Whit.
Wine and Cider Vinegar,
Raisins, Currants and Citron.
Fresh Canned Salmon, Peaches -and
Tomatoes, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Chow and Pepper Sauce.
A fine lot of BOOTS AND SHOES.
All of whic,h will be sold cheap for
nov 9 D. R F"LENNIKEN.
CORN AND HAY.
TUST Received--at.the o1 ta o r.
E) . Robetop--8',oohog
thy and Clover -It&g. - dOaV Lod
NORTH OAEOLINA CORN.
All of which will be sold very oksap for
meh 2 . ''7i 4a :H.u
Q Misl9-10 M
Tbe BEST, LATE411' iMPItOVEo,
and most TI4OROUONHY cefotiucted
SEWINO MACHINE'e Invented. All
the wearing parts r.ro made of thoDE$'T
STEEL, CAREFULLY TEMPERRO
and ore ADJUBTABLE,
has he U TiT A NrION gI
b" the 16A JV T 0 t ha he
Railest Th nded $huttle.
Bhe OB are WON without
RUNINGor IUK ILADI the
It J au a BELFLW.SETTI?NG NDLE; It
has a DIAL for regulating thS leh of stch
Ni NOUTT TESTING; Itlas >IAg QAI
"I'OE uedor the sam; It Is N4OISEt.E 9.g
and has more points ofl9ZC19LLENOE'theia
all othu maplaNs com ined,
*Oq-Ag.nte wanted In localities
w=r Agent aso not repesented.
Johnson, Clark & Co.
30 UNION SQUARE, N.Y.
ring teSprtnggan summer, on lt
ulars address J. O. McCUDY a CO., Phi ladel
JOHNSON'S Anodne Linluient will positie
ly prevent this terrible disease, and will post.
ivycure nine cases In ten. Information
that wI 1 save many lives sent free by mall.
Don't d lay a moment. Prevention is bNtter
than cu e. Sold everywhere. 1. S. JOHNSON
a CO., I sugor, Maine.
A BENSON'3 CAPCINE
There is no doubt about the great ou
perority of this article over common porous
tens a other external remedies, such an
nitents, lcal appliances, Sc. Askc
rhyicansInyour own locality about It. It
Slonder Soby all Druggists. Price 90
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taken in conjunction with his
COMPOUND k1|ION OF -PU.E D
and hypophosphis of
A F RIE BOT TLE*'"9
plicolt st .g er nms t. 0. it EuxTr
a4d resso Dr. P A. Blocum, 181 Pearl Street,
SMITH'S WORM QIL.
A few nigiusA be o7s 4I
the Worm Oil, g ptJ
dose to h)ittle. trl,6i fo ~ bid an hue
passeds 8Wern18 [0m 0W lhs
WORI OIL tor sale b ete
reared ryD, . I LlDN, AthenS~ Ga.
And~ are so11In~ then at f?10~t WN M
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