DURING THE COMMUNE.
A Graphic Sketch.
Fighting was going on at Clamart and
Meuaon. General Duval, having been
made prisoner by General Vinoy, was
shot dead. The foaming rage with which
the fighting was carried on is indescrib
able. Two combatants, one of the regiv
lar army, and ufedcre, had met at a bath
the Avenue Neuilly.
They began fighting, until, by successive
attacks made on one another, they reach
ed the roof of the house. When they threw
away their rifles and began a hand-to
Laiid struggle, the trooper trying to free
himself from the grasp of his enemy and
to ma«ce his escape. Seeing this, the
federc drew a knife from his pocket, and,
as he was going to stab him, the trooper
laid flat on the roof, and by a rapid
movement got hold of one of his enemy's
legs, and both fell on the pavement, a
height of twenty-five yards. Neither of
them was killed, but the trooper had his
face smeared with blood and dust. The
federe, having fallen on the trooper's body,
had the best of it, and killed him by
stabing him in the head.
One could not help being struck^with
the contrast presented in the city itself
destruction and death raging in some of
its quarters, intersected by barricades,
while cannonade was levelling to the
ground its beautiful environs and, at
the same time, its fashionable boulevards
crowded with elegant folks, loitering
find smiling as it nothing was going on.
The theatres were open. Light-hearted
people were heard saying, "Well, they
fight there let us enjoy ourselves here!"
The cafes were ordered to be shnt at mid
night. Useless precaution you could see
the lights through the interstices of the
shutters, and men and women chatting,
smaking' playing and drinking, while
the cannon was ro&ring in the distance,
the mitrailleuses rattling incessantly,
and the musketry crackling without in
termission. That was not all after
spending part of the night in these dens
of infamy, it was considered a good
to spend the rest in hiring a eab, and,
the weather being fine, to drive to the
'Arc, de Tnioinphe to see how the fight
The troops of the National Assemby,
reenforced by the arrival of prisoners
made by the Prussians at Sedan, grew in
strength, and their assaults against the
forts oocupied by the federes and the
-Q-all of the city became more successful.
Confusion and despair began to reign in
the camp of the Commuue. They tried
to check the advanec ot the regular
Army by deeds of violence and cruel re
taliation. They arrested, during the night
the 5th, M. Dugueiry, the cure of the
Madeleine, the Archbishop of Paris, and
several other dignitaries of the church,
anci political men of high standing. The
same night the Archbishop's residence
was pillaged. A men named liaoul Ri
gault liacl been appointed Prefect de
Police unprincipled daring and unfeel
ing, this officer issued a decree by which
any person suspected of being a partisan
of the National Assembly should be im
mediately arrested and tried. He might
as well have stated, "Shot without trial."
The delivery of letters was interrupted
gas was cut oft Paris was in the dark—
with the exception of a few lamp-posts
supplied with mineral oil lamps.
To make good the deficiency by death
or wounds, in the ranks of the Army of
the Commune, groups pf armed men
were ordered t© enter the houses at night,
and to seize in their beds every fit,man
to carry a rifle. Men above sixty were
exempt. Finding, however, that this
method of recruiting did not answer
their expectations, owing to many avoid
ing to sleep in their own houses, they
had recourse to the following stratagem,
which I saw myself from a window, car
ried into effect with the utmost brutal
ity. Ten men were posted at each side
of the two ends of a streets with their
backs close to the wall. The street had
no'otlier issue except by the two extrem
ities.- As soon as the street contained
a sufficient number of passers-by worth
catching, the soldiers coming irom both
sides formed a barrier at both ends, and
arrested every body. Women, children
and elderly men were set at liberty all
the others were armed and sent to the
front to fight against the regular Army.
Terror and distraction were at the
highest pitch. The inhabitants of Neuil
ly, CGurbev©ie, and those who were still
iii the military zone, had been left house
less. With whatever they could get hold
of they took refuge Paris. Hundreds 01
smallVehicles were seen coming in load
ed mattresses, blankets, kitchen utensils,
&c., to take shelter wherever they could
find it. Count Orsi.
De Husset And The Dogs.
A lfred De Musset always declared that
he hated dogs, for the reason that twice
in his life an animal of the canine race
had come within an ace of wrecking his
The first time was at a royal hunting
party, when the poet, Louis Philippe's
guest, when a bird was flushing, fired
hastily, and sent the Citizen-King's fav
orite pointer to meet Cerebus.
The second time was when, a candi
date for the Academie, De Musset went
to pay the customary visit to an influen
tial Immortal whose chateau was in the
environs at Paris.
At the moment that the poet ran" at
the gate, an ignoble "whelp of incredible
ugliness, covered with mud, rushed to
meet him with joyous barks, and fawned
upon him to the detriment of the peet's
Disgusted as De Musset was, it would
have.been perilous to drive of the Im
mortal's faithful dog, so he was com
pelled to let the frightful animal lick
is hands, cover him with caresses and
mud, and precede him to the drawing
A moment later the Academician en
tered. DeMusset noticed his cmbarass-
ment, at which he was not surprised jon
sidering the behavior ot the animal.
They adjourned to the dining-room fol
lowed by the dog, which, after giving
vent to his delight by various gambols
and cries, placed two muddy paws on
the table seized the wing of a cold chick
en, and began contentedly to devour it.
•'That's the most abominable brute I
ever heard of," thought DeMusset, and
continued aloud, "You are fond of dogs,
"Fond of "dogs?" echoed the Immortal.
"I hate dogs.''
"But this animal here?"
"I have only tolerated the beast because
it is yours, sir!"
"Mine!" said DeMusset "I thought
it was yours, which was all that prevent
ed me from killiug him!",
The two men roared with laughter,
and DeMusset made a friend.
Late that day a yellow dog crossed the
frontiei of she Rhine at Strasbury with
the air ot an animal that had scored up
on the tablets of its memory a decidedly
unpleasant recollection, and headed for
Constantinople with undimished celer
ot bad reputation was com
plaining to the writer that a certain
person had ruined his character. "So
much the better," replied the writer,
"for it was a very bad one, and the
sooner it was destroyed, the more to
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