Tl" foreign press are njucj divided on
tb question of the political morality of
Bismark'a manoeuvre in plying the diplo
mats with wine at tbe state dinner in or
der to discover from befuddled gastrono
my those more occult purposes of stain
which he could never hope to wrest from
tho sober and jsubtle intellect. Hjs at
tempt tofind out something by giving si
big dinner is denounced in some quarters
as savoring too strongly of the methods
of the lobby for so great a statesman. To
this it is replied that if tho "firijt states- j
men" of Europe cappot parry state secrets
safely through a state dinner, the particu
lar interests whfh they represent should
procure other "first statesman" with soun
der stomachs, At any rate the particu
lars of the ftffair, gleaned from our tot
eign exchanges, furnish Mine "might J in
When th wil diplomats were about
''half seas over," a large turkey, done to
a turn, was brought in and placed; before
the Prince. i An expression of surprise at
this innovation of custom escaped from
the less guarded of the diplomats, whUh
was quickly suppressed, however, when
Bismarck Tose and solemnly began carr
jng the smoking fowl. -Bat Bismarck was
dealing with men as wiley as hjrn&elfand
they quickly discovered' W purpose.
The object of the conferences was the di
vision of Turkey, and such was the pnrv
pose of the dinner. The Prfnce evidently
proposed to trust the preferences of an
unguarded appetite to th carefully ma
tured statements of the diplomats at the
Having carved the fowl into typical
diplomatic portions, Bismarck resumed
his seat and asked Gortacbakofftonomi
iiate his choice. , While awaiting to anr
swer he buried his proboscis in a schoouer
pf Pilsner and squinted through the han
dle at the, Russian, while his revolving
orb sought tljo troubled countenance of
Disraeli, Gortschakoff replied, after some
deliberation, during which he had found
it necessary to scowl at SchouvalofT for
whispering to him, and to return PopoJFa
kick wjth compound interest, "I regret
being compelled to njake the first choice,
but, in ibifereuce to tbe vrejjknown tastes
pfihe Kmperor, I will tako. ffyoa please,
the Bulgarian jortIon, "And what
dressing, will you havet1 said tm Prince,
as he glanced furtively at the Jew. "Wo
don't want any Greece in ours," whsiper
nJ Popoff to . his chief, Gortschakoff
scowled at his follower, and then said ur
banely: M Nothing oleaginous, if you
. please." When tbe Russian Jiad been
perved, Bismarck turned to the Jew, and
fttjd, with a Uii'i'iUJfi sardonic smile : 4(Now
will the Earl of Beacon field phiaso state
his preferences T' pisraeli f responded,
with Home hesitation : "In deference to
the wishes of the Duke of KJiubtigh (as I
have no personal preference), I will, if
you please, take that portion which con
tains the merry thought, though I am t so
Ignorant of aviary anatomy, that I do not
know which that part is," saying which
lie winked like an energetic rattlesnake at
Adrassy. Now Disraeli Hod, for all
knew that this Hrtion was already plac
ed before Gortschakoff. Uismaik replied
withfe sardonic smile "You. must ad?
dress your petition to our mutual friend,
Gortschakoff, who has already received
that portion." ''Then." said Disraeli.
Angrily, I withdraw from the conference !"
'Not so !" thundered Aiidnissy, "Such
fraud would shame America" Where.
nponJie snatched the tempting morse)
And placed it squarely before hhe Earl,
who drew a dagger, on whiuh he had
Joaned a few dollars to Corti, prepared to
defend h?sp4i?o, "War war ! 'shouted
GortsohakoQ, 'Scliouvuloflf, defend your
conatry, Popoff, send for Todelbeu !"
Then followed a wild orgy, which would
have disgraced a conference of colored
Methodists, and for which no excuse can
lie offered, save that Bismarck made them
drunk. Each plewipo,, instead of hold
ing somebody, scrambled for his favorite
portion of the turkey. .
Into this wild mejeo wa projected an
unexpected element, A uey ambassador,
dressed in green leggings and fjourisli
fug a shillalah, sailed in ainong tljein, It
was the Herald Irishman who had been'
temporarily domiciled in the kitched pen.
ding his admission as onoof "the Powers."
'Howfd, howld hard, thin ! Bizmahrk is
not the 'Boss for us.' Wlthdrah the ftate
and lave 'ehj fight it out; and don't be
Stalin' the whole turkey umjher pretiuce
jf wantinLthe Bulgarians to rade their
Bibles. They're not so d-d auxions as
that !" And then the ahUlalali got down
to its work, High above the roar And
din of the batto the voice of Bismarck
thundered,- Silent in nt J Aod. when order
was with difficulty stored, Bismarck
said, with forced severity "J merelv de,
eired to know your individual preferen
ce f bar, aa each' seems determined to
have the whole turkey, I thjuk -Vugsfa
Ul take it herselfY The coufi reure now
atanda adjourned.? Wa$hinytOH postt
The attention of scientists has reoeqtly
been attracted to the BeigliborlnKxl of
Mr A K Black, formerly sheriff of this
co'inty, unon Middle Sound, some ten
luUes east of this city, by the discovery
thereof large quantities of human re
mains of an unknown race and period,
mattered at intervals; along the ocean
' front Of this plantation, Yesterday a
pnHy of gentlemen, consisting of Rev Dr
Wilson, Mr Edward Kidder and Col Ed
ward Onutwejl, of the Historical Society,
attended Mr Black, at bis request, upon
the opening of two mounds which he had
discovered and which he conjectured con
tained some memorials of the aboriginal
Inhabitants. The party first proceeded
to examine the remains already described
fn tfiis paper months ago, and of which
two sDeiime aVidls. It wttl mmr9&,
irere (exhibited to the Historical Society,
Dr M J peBossetr, late of this itj, feat
now of New Yorfc, .pronounced them' of
European origin, These bones appear to
have been orginally deposited , square
pits about twelve feet in diameter, and to
consist of fragments,; some perfect and
some fractured, mingled together confus
edly and covered with lieaps-of oyster and
clam shells, apparently depoittd there a
longtime, The pmntatioir has been in
possession of tlie present owner and the
Moore familyor more than one hundred
years. There is not the slightest record
or tradition which explains tbe presence
of these interesting Europeau remains,
probably centuries old, in this locality.
Proceeding up the creek a little over a
mile, Mr Black carried his visitors to a
field near his house, in the comer of which
the land rosesonie twelve or fifteen feet
into broken knoUs or ridges, covered with
a thick forest growth, and consisting' of
the usual sandy soil, anderlaid with clay
and marl. In the neighborhood there is
a large lake, some four or five hand red
yards across, covered with water lil lies
of unusual size. There is also, as is
usually the ease in the neighborhood of
Indian remains, a fine spring of cool, de
licious water. The mounds are situated
at the teriqhio.. of one of the ridges "we
have described, and elevated some twelve
or fifteen feet above the level of the ad
joining fields. Following the instruc
tions ot the Smithsonian Institute at Wash
ington, for the opening and examination
of these tumtfi, Mr Black first caused a
trench to be dug from the circumference
to the centre of the mound, some twelve
or fifteen feet long and about four deep,
without result, except in the exhumation
of a few fragments of charred bone, which
from their great age could not be posi
tively located, The examination of the
second result in a very interesting dis
covery. Digging a circular well in the
centre of the mound, at a depth of six or
seven feet, there was found a circular de
posit of charred coals, mingled with frag
ments of human bones, which had evi
dently lain-there undisturbed for a long
period of time, and in theiroriginal deposit.
The gentlemen employed verified por
tions belonging to the human cranium,
vertebra, the clavicle, humerus, ulna and
phalangns. These fragments were, how
ever, too minute for more particular iden
tification, Amongthe bones they discov
ered a black, glittering and unkuowu
substance, resembling mica, which they
reserved for further examination, and a
fine specimen of brown "and transparent
quartz. The persons to whom these
bones belonged' were evidently fasteued
together and burned at this spot, uud af
terwardscovcredwitirsoil. Who they were,
or what the occasion of their fate, is of
course a matter of conjecture. Further
explorations may determine their race
and nation. We believe these are the on
ly mounds of this character, and the only
evidences of a similar sacrifice yet dis
covered. We hope this article will have
the effect of calling the attention of arch
atologists to this interesting and unex
pected discovery, possibly wo may be
on tho eve of a solution of tHP history of
the sufferings and the fate of that party
of Sir Walter lialeigh's- colonists whose
ouly monument lias hitherto been the
word "Croatau," carved upon one of the
trees of tho forest of Albenuarle, and
around whose subsequent fate there is
such a glow of romantic and melancholy
A JiOY'S POCKET AND A G1KIS
Tommy U twelve years old. His sister
Mary is sweet sixteen and half. The
otlier morning Mary accosted hor mother
with, "Ma, see what a lot of stqff found
in Tommy's pockets." And she deposit,
ed on the table the following articles, to
wit? Eight marbles-, one top,' broken
bladed kuife, a leather strap, a buckle,
bunch of old keys, a fishing Hue, piece of
lead, a smooth stone, four pieces of slate
pencil, a worn out pocket book, au oyster
shell, a wounded jevrsharp, apiece of bine
glass, a rubber ball, lump of chalk, two
dried tish worms, a sling-shot, piece of
India rubber, two corks, a fractured comb,
piece of licorice root, a song book, two
medals and a jnvenile land tortoise.
Tommy looked thoughtfully, as the con
tents of his pockets vera deposited before
the eyes of his mother, aud sullenly re
marked that it "wasnoueof Sis' bnaiuess,
aud he just wanted her to let his trousers
Next day Tommy captured the outside
pocket of hs sister's dress, and carryiug
the contents to his mother, sarcastically
observed in the presence of Mary : "Ma.
just see what a lot of trash I found in Sis'
pocket!" and he produced from his hat
the following knick-knacks, vr Three
hair pius, a soiled glove, piece of chewing
gum, three cards, a broken locket, elastic
gai ter, piece of ribbon, two slate pencils,
another piece of chew1ug-gum, photo
graph, piece of orange skin, a love letter,
broken tooth brush, wore chewing-gum,
spool of silk, a thimble, a piece of cottou
saturated with white powder, oie njckel,
two sour balls, guiter heel, ivory orna
ment belonging to a parasol handle, hand
kerchief perfumed with jockey-club, gai
ter buttouer, withered geranium leaves,
ivory-handle peu knife with a broken
blade, a fan, five visiting cards, belt.
bnckle, box of rouge, another piece of
cnewiug-gum, fragment of looking-glass,
a peach-stone, a cigar-holder stolen from
"Charley," a piece of damasse silk of the
pattern of her friend Iuey'a new dress,
an artificial dower, horse.-hair riDg, a long
brown hair entangled in a hunlf of taffy"
and a-slip of paper containing directions
for handkerchief flirtations.
Tommy placed the last article oq the
table aud slid from the room with a. grip
of triumph on his rogujsh face,
I erer shall
Forget tbe first Doe,
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