His ju-ju is a highly reverenced possession of almost every native.
Very commonly it is made of wood, painted with coloured mud, and
fashioned to represent the human form in which the abiding spirit was
once incarnate. It is placed in a kind of decorated shrine, set outside
the home for spiritual protection. The chief ornamentation of this one
is achieved with trade tin dishes
This young negro mother and her picaninny are weapons of destiny.
Negress slaves in the harem have changed the former governing Arab
stock into weak-minded blackamoors. The pure-blooded Arab is becoming
increasing scarce in Algeria