Lommiv ,!n!y il. Some time atro Mr. Baird bought York house, Kegent's park, for Mra. Langtry and also paid ofE her debts In eonnection with the Prinoeae theater, of svhieh she is at present the leaseholder. On a recent occasion Mr. Baird returned home unexpectedly and (ound a young gentleman dining with Mrs. Langtry. Withoutmore ado lic proceeded to throw him out, and thcn lic kielu'd MrB. Langtry in the face in Buch a way that it is said Bhe is oow disfigured for Life. Mrs. Langtry liad to be carried to bed and attended by a surgeon, who declares that it is probable Bhe wil] never be able to act again. Mr . Langtry began an action for assault agalnst Mr. Baird, but when he sobered np lic repentéd of wliat he bad done and went to the house. Theo, to prevent this aetion, he paid her ë:25„OOO.