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JBOLD BEAUTY'S BOWES.
ULLrS XE8T IX SEW TORI
IS AESTHETIC BOIE,
Arranf' Under tke SBBrviloa of
Mi Ajara, Us YNfa f a
y.rn. Laagtry ia alrtad? etimfotfab'y
and elrfraatiy si hum in hev pretty
vn e embowered hcnae, Na. 361 VYeet
ivom and hall and eloeet la a pic: or
t iivinee, eiegance ana, atxr all,
exqiflftetaute. Previcat to her arrival
wlro her aevjotv-threw packing raw,
the iort hhing of the hcnae had bean
aopriitw sded by Ms Ayira, tha de
er d a ifa of th ona tima millionaire
fCiMgo. How that hnoM link
sow aiil tv meager! y ie cribed by a
visitor whu waa kitid'y ehowa ft
t-n m. In the aott liptu of tbe roae
eol.ned f obes, which already hnreei
hi tUn airly af erooan, lb CMr.eee
sail hov who opened tha door tu
t ao forsad into a moat pictnq.
heaaea, i .r bo was d.-t seed in tha
riot et of flowered ai k and hit f I
al d an !a1s made erft wuud a ho
aanv 4 etxat. lie waa atili a Mongol
aiti , M bia plaited qrj na of Bl.imng
al.ek bar told. Q oJ8 wa an alien
aoMstary In the puttie of lb bail,
ten it waa Iiotan in tHec'. Oiih'
wall kont beaded and dtc.ira'ed tad
Sie Imit w.Mch Mrs. La-(t ry
,iu M'd tn tbe far wtt
Aw a era wita vermilion tip. he
painted bow and raru flm
w aroaped on one rune1. Oa the
pol t-hd loar of iolxid wo da m e
ahr.iwn f real bear iking, atd tn antler-
of tieer adoro tha p; itala of tne
acre ram. rijt tbe li aa; oontnica
out or jeel le tbe visitor.' writing table
wita ih amy tl cards, no'e paper,
tea at rnnoua ttake and ' novel ink
atands. Bat it ie the mornu g ro m
wk i the Tltitcr Cr.t enUr,', and he
anv-t indeed be Impawive if at fl at
ailic tbe litt'e white fox, which lie
eailed t l a fan.'eoil, doea notalart'e
kirn, it ia ao lifelike and i'l litt'e eyea
are e plrr.lig. LI ere
aa ieriiM bbceivh bbb fbibnds
in ilia koa a of tlsyiigot, reads tbe
seaspaperB and looke over herrnrrd
apor di-i". A broad, law drk, which,
ietp t Mil Ira fretty knlck-kaacka, hog
a met baaintas like air, ia heaped
wit'i l tie a, and o'oee at l;and ia a
B'eudar tab'e piled with mintMcnpt.
Three td plnya rent to her from all
over BiKla-d and the Un t d H at..
Sun la in oorneriofthe roo.n are 1 1
twtad w th hooka, theatrical, trtia-.io,
bicirapblcal and historic The sun-
Bhiae, eemlrg first tliroouhtha t.fe
wh'ea aorround the bouae, falls at
ai noma ot tne dy in this
reoa, for iti low French win
dows are open upon three sidnr.
There tra great albams filled with
Jho(oTphs, not from the tbopj, evi
stly, keetase tbey benr in nearly
every iuatanoe tbe signatory of tbe
Bnl jaet. It would make a collector's
Botalk WBter. for he e are the pirtaita
anl aatrgrpiiBof the Klnt acd I Quern
ml Denmark ind the rnurees Tnyra,
lew Dnebctaol CutnbnrlMi)d,avintrB
of a yachting aeaion at Cowes, when
tfce k anty was the gaest if His
Be)al Uiguncfi, the P ino of Walts,
a Ix ard theRyal Yacht O brno.
Tnai e were alao two photos of the
VriBsaa ol Wales, framed in a bink
( Bsnroon velve', and at the bottom of
ie eardt are trie Hgnaturr a "Alexan
r" All the theatrical colebriiits
i. re kere, and the King of the 1M
.iians, tha Crown Priucs of Aimtr'a,
Aleianderof Kuwls, Ijnla ol lUtten
btrg. th Dake ol CounartRht aud
tsyal knhr.eanes Innumeiable lrok
eat Irons tk velvtt bound pngw.
Tkere areteve'al wotka of Mr. Uud
atone, 1 h w-itt n rentenc'S of pre
senution by tbe autbor, but strangely
nrVftk they ard a 1 of a relitriona
twnde iey. Fune watchmen armed to
the tth patrol the urunl aid
watoti ihe No. SOI West Teaty-ihird
treat at nig"it and thera ia always a
aasn n duty during the bou'S ol day
light t'i keep an eye open for sneiik
ILUviB. hri. Largtry's
e0UBOTI M Or ANTiQDB B1LVBB
wen Id ankn the fottaue of au euler-
Jriting burglar. In the trate in the
inlng room the eilvrr Ih laid, and ia
brilliant with p iliah. There are curi
oca bliiebiatd kolves of the I t', ten
ttary, with bundUsof rare prnn Ivory.
Tbrr rre feather tdiie epoont tt at
bear the marks of the tirrei of the
Cio'f a; p.ramlits ot eryrUI gleam
from the csphourd in every earner of
hi with the flour de lie in the center.
Tbe tevrvsratne from Louis PhllirpVs
eollej ion, nd bear tbe illuminated
mnmuraaa and the roynl crown. A
aolid Miver tajot, wi h the inscrip
tioa ' Firm Your Lnvirg Company,"
is a irmlnc! r ot the last vieit to Amur
lea, hi ald'.w a pain of carvd cnodle
ttiuk , wtilcu Mr. Lanctry'e tnppo t
gave r er a a Chrietmna present. Oa
the uMehoa d a silver cigar and cigar
ette i tend ia open, and the liquor
, a'and is rf eclid a Iter with cnt gia s
. bottl s. Bo.h tbe drawing ro;m and
mas u room rre helped with art alio
treattifr. The act' eta wae perhaps
ateriiiiy torrrct wbea she sa d on ar
riving, that she had not left benlnd
her i'i Ilia and ao much Man old
. bonnet, for (er Breal-grundmothri's
I baB drees o' thi fl iwery paitein (f
tbe aevenie'Dtti century hs been
; uitnck'd an I nnhemmed and
bow ("ota aitirtlo duty in drap-
r Irt(l piano. JJioa anyone
: wren to anow now a unions beauty
aUrpat Tha door of tbe g et cham
; br was otii'p, thr was uo one in sight
; .and lie mist. rice ly bare.
- rvi BSD1
have riraor.a!it e. Mb, Langtry's
;bas U dur a oanopv of ralst arwn
bio ad.i s a Ch ppenda'e be Is'ra l of
s carved rre.ood. A coverlet ot l ink
: plaet', bbed witb white satin, rca ho t
i It t ie tde rf the BHOW, 1'C f rl g d
,p'lo ia, and in the mil r the Urrvi iar
Ivi f-s. e "Ir.i dered in gild, inclnsd
m slwr Doiu de lis At the carved
fncfrtoarii was t rORn an txtra cf.v-r-3t
rf rsr et wii:t. lox, fur lined, witri
mrkel vtlvet end enibroi lend in
the t-iu' c ri;i r wit!i the in 'nozram.
Too drfSMnii table, between twtaL
i . . j . . .i . ..
itriMtii, aro?i'rouwii',i tne toilet
li'WtwianrB of a woman f faohioi.
I ICvery tiinii i (in:eJ a ilver surface
I The M-g piwder tioxs wora em-Sli'-eied
in iutr'c-ht ir. eer;,tl ermh a
X:;ih ei:v.tr IjhO-B, oa whchcaatU
comHd their long tnsns, lay ruig-d
n aise aod orckr from one to ax.
r d ln'r olj(jre bottles fl nkt-d
je (IriBMiu miiror. The air was
;oronr, not thrre ws but one per
Inrue; it wrs wo d violet. Acnea fie
rhHtnii tab'e mirror, which Jrrmeda
rrei n in ehp, bung a b'oad pink
tihbr n end in black let ere running it
in.rUi th stliuea: ''Be to niy viriuse
M nnk n-l, sod t) mv f nlte a lhte
died" F'lmy handkerchiefs of lice
1 r embric were placsd in eatchets
; ii'ii . r-p') trimmed wi h fl.nncea
.n iqu lasr, and thaie woraaaicb
t r gloves aud en enormons p n
iltii, all of tbe lima material. A
wbbr cap", trimmed wit tare a-d
. e ruoir-t ribbons, boa ready for
over the taik of a ebalx set belora
tha dteeeini table. Under the great
'nil Uegth mirror there waa a row of
d-inty silrp-re. There was one pair
mamoa a d (o'd embroHery. and a
dick pair of kid witb enormouaauver
bockle, and a pair of cardinal red
whoee eolcr f xtended to the tolrs and
heels. Wben the astiees etepe oat of
bed on aria ing t er feet touch tbe ao t
white fur of tbe polar bear which
formes ru on eithratd Photographs
f relatives and friends fill the wl a of
the sleaplrg room, and the fmilir
'atarte of all tbe thea:r,cal favorites
I ok down at the s'eerer. Mra. Lang
try onre gave a chilly thun der to a
ir an who jested of the Deity in her
preeeme, tint no one has ever siven
i t credit for deep religions feeling. A
door near the bead of the bedstead
Moid slightly ejar. It waa the dreae
it groom. Keartst the window is a
tab a hang ia purrst white, with
r nchiog whit Dresden oandelsbia,
in which are tail waxen tapers. Be
tween tbe cer.le'lcka there is a rrat.
richly bound vr lome. Tbe table looks
like an alur, and the book's title, in
letters ol gold, li Moly Bible.
XOiES X COMMUNIST.
WHAT Bl DID rt)B TDK FAPI.I
rwnaaf Oair Aae.
Hartford1 1 Kev Monthly Magatine, a
univereaiist or.-an, puoilebed by 1.
II aud M. W. Taho' in Chicago, Aa
sust number, msks t'ie f illowing de
fen-e of l1os and ' his supposed
"mlsrikoe," under the title, "fuings
a rout Wbicti uoeea vTae ot Mis
taken." We rep odoce this article
not merely bcoiure it comea from a
Cbii tian pen, an Impartial w t -e-s io
defease of the law, but chiefly bo
caos it contains ideal often an
nounced In this journal and frequent
ly vainsai i by our own ro tbireia as
being wisaonlan Mr. Ilsnford tbns
b-gins the "Thfnew About Wblsb
Mosrs Was Not Mirtaen."
I ak yon to look st the direction
for dividing tbe promised land among
the Hebrew, given in tbeae words:
"And ye thail divide the land by lot
for an inheritance among year fm -lie
; and to the moe ye aha 1 give tbe
more inheritance, ind to tbe few ve
abali givi leas inhtritancr." Hum
bert, xxxtit, o.
This d vision was made byJshna
Bee Jotibus, xivth chapter. The I
reolitfS were not permitted to re' tie
hira iKn K ail a rri 1 r rl a rtrm 4
wuvaa sjbtu we tu a " va iu uui vj
cairn all that they miht deMre to
bave; racb lamlly was to rece ve an
inheritance under, the law in propor
tion to its cls and that inboriUnce
could not bs permanently aleuiated by
any ant of thelra.
A learned writer rava that "th
Moaaio method of dividing the land
made ex'reme poveity and overgrown
riches alike impofsible. With the
denial of the means tf luxury, it took
away ail tbe ord nary Incitements to
it in the form ol a t tind and weaithv
a iatooracy. It gave every member
ot tbe body nolit can ItiVret in the
so 1, and consequently in the main
tooanoa of pnbic orde. and tbe
sup emacy of law, which be had no
powrr Upait with." "It made tbe
virtue of indsstry aod frugality neces
sary elements ia every mau'a charac
ter. Its tend, ncy wsa ta sern'e ts a'l
the people a moderate indei endence.
and to prevent those extremes of opu
lencs ana a'Sti.uiion wnun are tne
or-probrlum of modern civtllsiticn "
Tbls was no ml-t.ke. For exampiea
are not wanting outside of tbe Hebrew
lb' ions ti illustrate and enforce the
wWdom nf tbe alotato division of tbe
aoil. Uadr the sys'ein of small
ownirships we ate t Id, that Attica
reached the bight of ber proiperity,
but when ona mm became thoaoU
prorr otor the sank into poverty and
Ho, too. wben we look at It me un
der Herviu, wo see a van body of
anull proorletors, who enrich them
selves ai.d tbe otate by the t ul'iva Ion
of their on land. We 1 ok arain,
and see universal p ivery end d'Krad-
ion. ixmente tracts of land are now
In the hands of alngle families who
bave displaced the nnmerous small
but pre suetoaa proprietors.
we are told tuat tne same exoeri-
enoee have been repeated ia thes 'Uth
ol HpB'n. When tbe industrious Moore
held i he country the lends were di
vided sod worked bv the ownes. who
enri hvdb vh tbens lvs and tluir
country. Bnt aince those industrious
tu t valors of the soil have been dis
placed bv a few g audee. the r!chet
av il which the sun ever shone upon
uaa necome eimoet a deaoiation.
( iltiami'h hem'and such a cbaess
in tbe pecuniary and aoclal cor dit on
irl England In his "Deserted Village:"
tt (miller vlllaaa, lavallaat of tha lawa,
Thy fnorli era Otd, aud ll thr ehariaa wilh-
Am'dit IhT bowarl tha tvrant'iKanil lasMn.
And deinlatlun aaddana all the rnn i
Ona only matt-r ran pi tha whole domain.
And hail a tillase tlintathr nmiliuf f'a n.
Mo mora tha f hrouk I alaota ma day,
But, ehoaad with iadi, worka lta waadr
Alone thv aladei a anlltirv anait.
Tha ho lo toandint b fern tuardi Pa naat
Amtdat IhV draarl walks tha lanwln Sij...
And tiraa thalr anhoaa elth anvarlad arloai
hunk era thy bowara in shaialaii rain all,
And tha Inns arata o'aitopa tha mouldarini
And, trau bllns, ahrlnklns from thaipaliar'a
Par, faraway thy children laara tha land.
Ill farai tha land, to haaUniuf Ilia a pray,
nhara waaith aeouma laa and man daoty;
Prl miand lordi may (luurlpa or may fadai
A broatb e n make thtni, aa a breath hai
Bnt a bold pea'antry, their eonntry'a prtda,
W ben onoa detruyd, ean navar ba auppliad.
It wat the purpnstof Moaeelo make
such a eodal c inrtition im cwible.and
tbe laws enac ed t tbls end were in
no sent a mistake.
REIT WORK TO HBLK TON.
fair alitor of tha South, thy do'a
II a reaohad our It.m at naarta.
With wrock and tonor ot t a loal
Amid thy hnuiaa and marta.
Whara yatarmorn to rrida and mirth
1 hou aat'it b!dr. t a are
Now trauib lnf on tha trambllos earth
Thou'rt doap in miaery.
Chaar up, iwect aintar of tha Gray I
Or ra r to faoa ai f",
Wa aow lava batter tor lha fray;
Yea, pity earmar a owi
Thnt irom tSy outar mrypa earns
Our hui Hwauio Ant I'a roar.
And round thv wnll k-pt liaaa tha flam
Ut Oiht riafd avarmor.
Our war halta bnra fla'aa maiiaaa than
Am nt thy towara and walla,
Arid umptrr aaaa haok flnroa amaa
With araahina oaonan halia;
But, God ba prairart t on winia of paa
Cama amilir a rom atova
Aa aniral who bade enmbtt eaasa
And strife siv way to love.
Bo new wa aire aa thau wonld'at siv
Ware our tby day T voa;
Ard lor may our treat t alon lira,
And long may all man know
That heart to heart In joy ur pain.
Though all the men eirfi quaka,
Wa bear a lore will atai.il tii ttraia
And never ben I pnr break.
J. J. C. Clark w Morata oerwal.
A Tataalarjr Aaalawmeaia.
Sykes ACe .ared oterchante, made a
r.lnntarar a.a!nmant ihfa tnnri tnar
There maa i.n aohednla of ainaha or
THE NEWEST TRAGEDIAN.
R. WIL805 BARBEIT, DT ITX
Ifke later viewed Him Upon tke
Ckangea He Has Bade In fke
FreseaUtloa of "Hamlet."
Nym Cr'nk'e," the well known
theatrical critic, in'erviewed Mr. Wil
son Barrett, tke dratingniahed lonlisb
sc'or, who arrived oa ihorsday even
ing about 7 o'clock, nearly twelve
boars far Her than bis friends bad ex
pected, for they had arranged to go
dawn tse bay that morning in Mr. T.
Henry French's yacht to t ke bim off
h steamer. He went direct t the
Victoria Hotel, where "Crinkle" found
him at 0 o'clock In the evening ar
ronnded by a crowd of reporters and
socompanisd by nisbusineeemassger,
Mr. John 0 bbe, ai d Mr. J. H. Coles
ton. Mr. Barre t, savs "Crir kle," bad
ha-tily tbrowa on a rm kirg j cket,
and atthorjgh very much fa i.u-d be
gan to play the boat in good English
str, and xprraed his read-news to
talk all night. Mr. Btrr- tt is a fine
1 oain gebtleman, about 38 years of
A CLSAB COT ISOI.Ign FACI,
a slightly Romtn uoe, a equsre de
eisivechin and email blue v.v. clous
eyes, wbosa expression rhsnge con
tiirua'ly as bis un oris vary. Ilia v ice
is aflae ringiog bart'one, manly, mel
low snd musics'. After a detutury
half bour I mat azod 1 1 get him a'one
and the conv. raa ion dri.ted naturally
"I need scarcely lo tc-11 yon," I raid,
"(ha' yea are best known bere to the
reading publ e, through yonr efforts
to remake tbe etagn Hamlet."
' I don't like 'rem tke'," be said.
"RctuhiUte is a bettor and bU'gr
wod I don't tbii'k any actor ever
msde Uamlut, and I c-ita niv d t not
unde ttke to remake h'm. My effo t
was to ref r dure htm aa l thought be
ixisted in tbe text
"Ho ou weut to the textT"
' And tbe commentators?"
"The oommen'ators be b rthereJ yt
Uipy bave butbered bhakepearian stu
dents," BtrUBD MB. BABBITT,
with a good deal of tronuine fervor.
Aud tfceo, wiih a sadilen change of
face and manner, he added : ' But go
on wun your inait t neut, and I will
answer the cbarg s."
"We I. thm. you bave crrtain'v re
modeled the traicedy. Yon have m di
the Quten a yonug woman, and h-r
ron, Hamlet, a boy. Your Prince as-
utnes hia madness You make tbe
plBTe'S scene In the open a r."
Mr. B.rrett held up h s band and
smiled the a ti n meant tbat if I
wanted an snnwer I bad be tr etop.
"fo ray mind," he sad, "it is per
fectly clear that the hero of th's trage
dy is in his minority. Why, if h-t is
of age, is he n t-on tbe throne T He ia
bis fatbe a eldeel ern and heir. The
fact tbat the mooer hy was eleotive is
in my favor, for it Ham'et ba I barn
thirty ye -re of aae, asrenreeented.and
t elPB. aa he ia al o r-n esinted. as be
loved of the distracted multitude, tne
expectancy and pese (A tha fair ette,
the glata t f fashion snd mould 1 1 form,
be beloved rot ol a be oved King, the
usurper Clandiu could reve' bare
won from him the throne which b
had but to aak for to cbtdo. I think
it ctn bi ahown that every line of tb
play that is oppored to my theory of
the are i f HainlH was introduced to
suit Burbagn, who wat no doubt 'fat
and seant f breetbard who mu-t
have found it impoa-ible to loi k the
youi q Lord Hamlet that Soakespeare
"Jut how old do yon assume bim
"I make him about 19 or 20. The
allnnims to his youth la the text ore
plentiful. P.i oniusBp-aks cf it and
Larte ol a the Prime' lore 't vio
let io tbe yoBth of prlmy natare.'
Doea that refer to a maa who is 30?
As to the Hoe gencr-liy spoken by
the g ave digser ab ut Yo ick'
ska", ihey a-e u-1 6hk p-are'a; they
were put in for the accommodation of
Mr. Burhaae. Tbe wort's 'I have been
aexton here, man and boy, th rty
f rarn' bave been for generations calm
r epnken by sc or made up to lot k
00 years o sge at leas'. All wln that
he was a boy of 16 yesr wben he be
gan t) dig tbe gtave. this Jvould only
make him a man of 45."
"But bow about ths maturity of
Hsoilnt's mind? D s be not at least
tak like a man o(30?"
"Bather, let at tar, life an intelli-
Sect yoatu whoae mind has been aud
e.nly at mula'ed t j ex raordinary ep
prehension by a preterr atural ahot-k
You must not forget that Laertes tells
his ainer that Hamlet's mu.d Is aa yet
unf rrravd and that be is not d ne
g owirg The King sava of him,
fhat being of so yonrg days brought
p with him, and aith so neig'ib r
huod to his youth ' Polonlut s-ys to
his dangntnr, a girl of 15, 'Believe ao
much 1 him that be is yoat g.' The
Ohoet ears, 'Frets thy young bloed.'
To the Queen tbe King refers to bim
aa this mad 'yoong man.' "
All this Mr. Barrett said easily and
patly like one wko bed been over it
many tlmee sad who wa himaalf
thorouvhly tati fled of the truth ot bia
conclu tone. There, waa eomeihiitg
pleastnt In bis easy, collcqutel man
ner and eiit'rely free f orn doimat sm.
Hia whi le air a-ruck me aa tbat of a
man whj had thought out the matter
for hlmse f, and whi e prewsins the
distoieter a d etudent's pr.de in hi
labor, was at the same ime willirg to
reeeive any additional light and anept
any new views that might be offerer).
"I havr," he said, "a most a hoy's
delxhtlo eomlng to Amtoic;. There
ia something in your sret country
tha- I fanny shakos the shark es of
tradlHon offaman, a-.d gives all tha'
is individual ia bim a new chance. I
think, to use aa AmeiicsnUin, that
y ,u s u a niau up quicker bere than
we do; and for toat rraon every
earnest man, while he will be anxioue,
wi.l frel n certain delight in too ex
periment that he makes wih y ur
pub ic. However, this n a be a fancy
of mine. At b4t m the "axon ia
pretty much tbe tame wherever too
AU attempts fo mske Mr. Ba-rett
talk ah ut b a rpenins iec, Claudian,
were skil fa ly parried by the Kent e
man, who said that as tha waa a pre
daition of bis own he did not care to
rpnak of Its merits at t reaent, but he
wat willing to talk Sbnkeepcare ail
night. He bad consulted several we 1
ki own A erctnswbo bed told bira
tha1 C7ti(Ii'an wonld proban y run the
wh le feaain if three we k , bnt th a
wou'd be impos'it le, a t' e B-eory
yraa ro heavy tbat it wouM hav-r ti b
sent ti B tn some date in alva-ce.
He was extr me y anxious to do Ham
lei in New Yoik during his fi'tt s aaou
here and get the opiui n of the m
trrpolta, but at preaant be waa un te
dded ab ut it He baa sivin five or
aix p aa In h e reper oire and be
hop- d io be ab a Xt ii thrm all now
oron his re'a n v s t her.
During Mr. Barrett'a convention
with the reonr'ersea lv in the even
'ng he vi kad tbe floor aod broama
Try animated u he ta ked abont
S takeepear and m-wt if tk m were
gravelled n iderakly by his rapid
Bid fami far references to scenes snd
- i i, which ke assumed t- ey w-re
nmniar wit", but nia stylo ol delivery,
which was anick snd seimated. ilia
t a-ive and a'g'imen at ve. had a fine
ora-onoti cbarm anu tna several
p-nc la that were try ng to follow k m
rested several t mea while tbe listeners
aat wi h oeea m utbe.
Mr. Ba'rett ma ie a m't favorable
Imprrseioa on li who ssw him, and
tne general rpininn waa tnat be ore
eented the very beattvpe of Eaali-k
men, who rostbines tke echo ', the
orator, and tke athlete In rqnal pro
portions, and can aid tea m it ac
AmrtllafiAil kaa. avA aw (IAnaa.t'al a. aaw
twtairitaucu Ai WW 1UUUJ1I UUB I''-
even t the tiresome eud of a 30. 0
milea Joorney. btm cbi5xlb.
V0UH0181 IH KktiHkH.
It Btreets rvew Caw Besyaetabls
LaWRiHCB. Kas.. Oitober 2. Voo
dodam, it wsa supposed, had brome
about extinct, but it seems tbat w tch-
ca't aid kindred ncraltmvst'-ries still
ex'St among some of tbe more ignorant
tlaieea. Mr. Bla kbntn. a colored
man, who lives a f w miles from this
city, near Balnwn City, was taken
very sua;. A chviician Dr. Thomp
son was railed ti nttend bim. Tbe
colored people in tie nuirhb rhood
8'0 very eu; e e itiou, and tbey came
to btleve that Mr. Bi kburn waa be
witched and that Dr. Thompson was
arable to relieve him, Ttiry sent to
lleouri f it Dr. C mpbell, a co'ored
qiiark whom t'lry relieved to he able
to relieve him. The negroes ciaim
hrtt, ui e Dick UtilriB n. ix lored, in the
w a .id, n1 that he bri ed a ground
puppy and a scorpion lotetner and
c-irked them up In n bott'e aiidbuiied
th-rn in the nrnuid, and that
Mr. t aciburn wa'k'dover tbema-id
that t'tny arrt on his fe-t. thn into his
legs, (hire ore t t y l.im t d or D ok's
lile. Alter Mr. ltluk urn was
ded tLe c ilored doctor went
through all his Incan'ations and rhuf
fled bis cards, e'e, and proceeded to
make aa exam natioT. Ut. Campbell
located the scorpion in tbe calf of one
leg. Tbey cnt and swbtd, but lound
it uot. lie then located tne ground
poppy tn tbe ibigh nf tbe other leg
Tiiere tbev cut likewiie snd found ro
puppy. He then ta d they won d be
foami in the back. They cut tbere
also, with ihe fame rctu't Teen Dr.
Campbell said: "You ill not faii to
flnl them io h a bowel." The prc
feeaioeal gent eman before moutioood
wu oa tbe witnsas s suti before his
hon if, May r Bristow. Dr, Campbell
sore that a onetimes the aolmas be
witched it.t) a man might gel away
after be ts dead. The inhere not be
ing so well versed in thU depaitment
ol mdiral scitnre, (ou d only swear
by tbe stubborn Ia: tt in the case, de
scribing to the jury hiw and wheie
they cut asdiiec ed by their c ilored
brother. Poor Di k Ctiiaain was not
found guilty of witchcraft, but Dr.
O-iinfib It was given one hour in which
to Wave town.
BCBCAU OF LA BOH.
The Fartheomlaar Aanual Beport !
Be m tonapreheaelve Decaaieal,
WASBisaTOM, O t b r 2. The an
nual report of tbe Boreai of Labor,
niW in coarse of preparation, will be a
much more romp ehei-B've doeament
than tbe report lad before Cons r ess
last winter. A th irotigh ex-tmination
has been made of tbe ro ail ii s of con
vict lab ir 1 1 frte labor, a id every Den-
ir-ntiry, j wit and wo khoute in tbe
United e) atei wbere tha nmates are
employed in industrial pur ulta have
Dean viuteu Dy tbe atrente of me bu
reen. Their report wi 1 be carefully
tabala'ea, and taking theae tab es aa a
basis it is b 1 eved 'hat tke extent to
which tbe tndpeudent laborer or me
chanic ieeflee ed ryb prison workers
ran he t-h iwa with snffl i-nt exactness
to aervo B a trnlrle for luture lrgisla
tioa oaths subject' The report wi 1
a so ino ude statistics touching labor
at iaea ia this country. The in
qu iie of the bor-aa oa this
subject cover a period of time
ranting from January, 1881, down to
July ot tbe pr seat year, aud it is be
lieved that information nas been co'
letted touching every strike of conse
quence tbat has occurred In the Unit
ed States within that perio '. From
tbe data collected de ductions of a gen
eral cnaraiter w 11 be made, with a
view to tbe eaiabi shmt-at ol certain
luiee that may aid in forecasting the
probable result nf f jture strikes ard
In demonttratieg tbe fleets of such
concentrated movemer-U upon the la
boring and emplowog cats and tbe
industries a IT cUd. The full report
will probably b completed about the
b. ginning of the coming year.
Ilark I I hear a low, awaet vol
That inekea my heart throb and rajoiea;
'Ti the roioe ol a inaidan, qaaenly and tall,
Aad ahe la atandina by th tardea wall.
Staadlni 'naa'h th pometranat tree,
Uraealully lander and fair ro ta ;
L .KU 111 , ' w a.u r uui .11.1 ..
Smtmsof the Joy that Alia her heart.
Her lovely head, with Ut aolt. duiky hair.
io tn aunoeaioa baa proved a newiteolnt
Tkey ery while kiiiloi her! " W are cauiht
at ii I,
Ok, pity oa, Quean, and hold aa faatl
Mildred la llftlne- her whit arm, ahapely,
To th baactitul tree, grand and etete'y;
Ub, tree I the ranbeam ha? eallaa Ke
Oh, tre, I am happier far I ween
Than many a Queen with tlittorlnt rown,
And a ead heart pieroed wi n th world a eold
rrowii I "
The tree bendi down, with low, loft alfhi;
Bwaet maiden, With brunt, brown y.
Thoa apenkeet truly, bat a til I thoa art
And in thy fieh young Iov1lnaa thoa
Over home and heart brav and true-
Maiden, be wu, and watch what you do.
Phe tarna to woothebri(ht-haed flowera.
a en- in ner queeni'neae over them were;
"Pluwere bnirht, th beaaty teeming
Do they apeak true, or am I dreamtnaT"
"Tea. maiden, v Ith handa ao aoftly whit,
Thou art a Quean, bat thy eoul ie light.
furienu rulott with a soepiar of paae ana
That brngi Joy to thy labjeota, Ilk Moah'a
Brought hop to th iamatoa of th ark
Aa the hr ttory t H with tender throat
Tnen bel i oa high the olive buugh
bwaet Queu, be true, be wiaei and now.
Farewell!" Mildred ia leaning 'gain it tha
t'rd a wall,
Deriiegmg hat ceaaed. ah ia awaataatof
Her eou Ui peaceful, aha la tenderly dream-
While ov Bar tbe aanllaht ia atraming
m. A. av.
Writ or Habeas l orpoia Denied.
Burt alo. N. Y.. Oittober 2.-Judae
Cox, of tbe Uu ted States Oou-t, has
derided the casa of Daniel J B own.
of E ie, Pa., whoee leleaae was aked
ota writ of habeas tor put. Juiire
Coxe rf uses to interfere on tbe ground
tt;at on'y trtegni, not physcal
f rc, waa ne 1 to get Brown within
trie j irtedic ion of the Un ted 8 at-s
Thia suatains the action tf Gov. UM,
granting the reqtii-iion, and Brown
will be taken to Erie.
SaUcailM) ftw tkt MApm!."
OCTOBER 3. 1886.
TIPFU TIB, TBE AFRICll
THS GBE4TEXT OP SLATE AID
Aad fke Richest Kan la Tentrul Af
rlea Bis Power Orer the Satires
The wealthiest mn in Oen'ral
Africa is now cn bis way to the Indiao
ocean in reD nse to a letter from the
fnl'anof Z us bur ieqastieg a visit
iruui uiid, -ays tne rtew Turk Sun
Ui came is Tippn Tih.and be lives not
far from My atrg a e, the gieat tradnts
point of many black tribes
? .'ii? D5per CD80- Beaders
of Afriesn books of travel bave
heard a good dtal of Tippu Tib,
and as rrcmt yesra bave greatly in
creased bis power aod wealth we are
likely to hear much of him. Tl nnn
Tib la on y 45 years old. ml black aa
coal, sna oi negroid blood, wnich
mesne tbat be comes of an adra xture
Of tbe coast tribes of Et Afrrea. anil
uaaarsoa vary mile Aran D 03d in bia
veins. He has been in Cen ral Af 'lea
for tweiily-flve yeaw. acd is todav the
greatest slave a. d ivoy trad-r in the
world. He has outstripped all bis
compMitors trirou.ro eheer f jrce of in
tellect and ttrentth of character. Aa
long ago as the time when Cameron
introduced him to our notice he visit
ed Nyaigwe aod lo'd tha ballving
Arao irauere mere mat li tbey dd
t ot leave certain na ive allies of his
elooe it wind be the worse fo'
them. They l-st no time in pledging
e.urnai peace wiih Tippn Tb
ni all h's f i-ndf. 0.mexn.
stys Tipfu lib was tie p-e te t
dandy be few am org t e trailern r,t
Atnca, aua tna, aiir.ougb of negroid
biood, he was a t or 'nirh Arab in
maoce-s and ideas A!lof his whi e
visitors speak tt theelfgitr.ee if bis
Arab a tire and of bis courtly and
affable itraring. Stanley esys that at
hit first meeting with Tippu Tib be re
girced him as the mi si remarkable
man he had met among tho Arabs,
Wa Swh 11, and half raet-a of Afric
Lieut. Van Gele, -f the C tego 8 t -,
wbometitppa jid in jnnuery last.
says he was surprised by tbe extent of
h s icf irroation on European t Dies.
He was familiar witn even s occurring
In Europe, and ws r-ar inuleriy in er
eated in the Eog'ieh, G-rmaas and
B-Jtfane. 'The quetiors h-i eeked
m." says Van Gele. "showed
that he is neither an ignorant
mn nor one of t'Hinerv mitd"
He pei'l ho intended some dsy io
no to brirope, vis t tbe Jung oi tne
B-lgiuns, snd alio apend soma time in
lonstai-i nople. Ia Tippu Tib's bom-,
sou h of Kyangwe, Cameron says tbat
larue gang of s ave walkirg about in
chain met bis eyeoteve-y torn. Tcey
were JeatJisg easy lives, were well .led,
and he saw ro acts of cruelty there.
All bad been v'c ime, however, of the
eying wrong tbat aro stilt dec. mating
the aimp'e savages of Africa.
Th-y had been surpr'sid in
thrir peaceful hnmea by the sud
den i n-laugi t rf T'pon Tib's ruthless
soldier atavee, who bad burnd their
bate, killed the r friends, and d'SBged
them ofl ii to cao iviry. Tippu Tto is
the mnet tet-d representat y- of tbo e
men who ate todav ii.fi cting more suf
fering npon their fellow creatareetbaa
any other human beiogs-the profes
ei .nal slave traters of Africa Few of
Tippu Tib'd slaves ever rach Ihe In
dian ocean. They are sold among the
numerous tribes on the way to
tbe see. - Large ca'avans, however,
richlv laden with his ivory, are often
d'tptt jhed to h coast. It we Tipua
T.b who bep a (Stanley start down
theCcgo from yangwe, tbe point
where Livingstone and Ca neron were
d fitted in their efforts to follow tbe
rivrr faither. For eome weeks Par
ley's lit tl i party was aopmanted by
ov r 200 of Tippu lib's mn.
Twenty very dark beauties from the
g'rat trader's harem accompanied
h m on the his first trip down tha
Oiriri. wh re be is now io absolute
control of tbe liver and edj lining ter
ritories for arout 3)U idles below
Nvaoiiwe. Itwabis slave pen near
btanley tells in which 2500 wrutchea
captives we e foond two y ars agn
when the agents of the Internet onal
Association reached tbat poiot,
For maty miles celow these
fa Is Stanley was ceeed by la g-
fl -ta of canoes, and hi party saffered
severely fiom the lanaea and arrows of
i ho d rt tercet us savages wnrm
he m t on the Congo. There native
are amr.ng the moit pea ra' le oa the
Cong) now, and ove good reason Is
tht the have no weapons t flfbt
witb. They have all been die-
armed by Tippu Tib for a dis
tance of about eighty mils along
tbe river f.;r daring to attack eom-i
cf hia men. D. Leix. t!;e explor. r,
wrote from btanley falls in March
laa', that b tweea tbe falls and the
Araitm river tbe natives were inca
pable cf m kine any resistance. ''Cue
ran rarely find among them," he writes,
"a lance or ary ot her weapon except
small knives.'' Dr Lens adds tbat
the ii flaence of the opul at Tippu
Tib is far grea'er all through thter1
gion than that of tbe free Congo State."
BeleaMfwl From Ike Torabe reels
His Dlagrae Keealy,
New Yore. OLtober 2.Dav'd D
Debenraud the husband cf the ac
tress, Mies Violet Cameron, was brought
before Jadge Andrews in iheSaireme
Coart Chambers today on a writ of
habeas corpus obtained by his cours-d
and issued by Judae Donobue, of the
Hupreme Court. Tbe pnrpoee ot tbe
rit was to bave aim admitted to bail.
Tne pri'oner did not 1 ok as natty as
he appealed in the Court of Special
Sessions yae'erday. He waa unkempt
lookitig and hia collar and e otnes
dirty and eotled witb bis night in the
Tombs. He looked es Ih ugk he bad
pa sod a res lew night and seemed t
tte' his d eg'Bca kr-t nlv. The tide of
public sympathy bad been turned by
the testimony g ven in the Poliua
Court yesterday, aad a number of gen
tlemen were pro-tout to oner tueir
services as bondsmen, acd he was re
leased on b'll.
Balled far Enrepe.
Nbw York, Ottober 2. Admiral
Scheetakoti. the 111 sen Miuieter of
Mnne. Mme. Hitbentakrn, Pr nca
G 1 stein. Governor General f Siberia?.
Oapt. Kesen ttid L out. Eborharot,
aide d '-caonps, tailed lor I'nrope to
d y on the s earner Li G (cone.
While in tfeis oountry tuey have ben
tbe gut eta of the government. , II.
Arrlugriale, of Ilnhimore, hin wife and
eon; Louisa A. Uart'y. of Southamp
ton, N B.; Martba F. Kali, cf Hmt
i g, Ia: Susie F. Harvey, of-Dee
Moines. Ia: Mary B. Lind.-ar, o:
Cricao, In., and L. Fannie Cnm
mi.tgs, of R-ading, Msss, formed a
pa t r ol m satontries wno a mea loaay
rntheitesmer AuranaforLiv rp.ol.
From there they will go to Afnct to
la Bisbrn lay lor a. Lepoidavaie.
bttnhy Kta'ion. The party, like the
o here sent oot to uta Disnop, will De
About tweaty jeara ar I dlaeovered a little aore oa my eheak. aad tk aeetacs po
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