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TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 9. 1869
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO
LETTEIIS OF PEREGRINE PICKLE
Vor tlio pnt thrue years, lottore have
beon nppcarlng in tlio Sunday edition of
the Chicago 'Trlbuno,' over tho uigiiftturo
of "Pcrcgrluo Pickle," and tholr author,
Mr. George P. Upton, has now collected
Ihemlulo a book upon which he aaka the
Judgment of tho public. ,
Undor tho general lltlo of "Tho World
of Amusement," Mr. Upton has grouped
a icriea of character sketches, social, mu
leal aud dramatic criticlsma that aro re
markable nt once for their prompt appll
aation to all topics of interest, for their
freshness and originality of treatment
and for the nplclueBS of their humor or
the dollcaov of tholr Bcatlineut. These
letters have covered so much ground in
their raugo and extent that It would
havobcon impossible tolncorpprato fbem
all in a volume of ordinary dimensions,
so that tho exccllcnco of tho book de
pends In fact upon the judgment- and
taato that havo been exercised in the
selection of tho content. In this respect,
wo aro glad to bo ablo to testify that Mr.
Upton's qualities as an editor have been
fully equal to his accomplishments an a
writer, and his book is oven more de
lightful than his letters would havo war
ranted us lu expecting, on account of pre.
senting the very cream of that from
which tho selections weru to bo made.
The sketches In this volume are mostly
short a fact which U importaut as
affording the reader a greater and better
variety of matter. They are of a charac
ter tha. will givii the resident of tho
country or Htnaller town an excellent
idea of tho Hoclal npecN or tho public
amusement of a great city. To tlieso
ketches has been added a comprehen
sive and entertaining account of tho
grnud Peace Jublleo at Boston, written
from pergonal observation and an orcel.
leut knowledge of musical criticism. On
tho whole, the book, with 1U varied hu
mor aud sentiment, will bo ono cf the
most welcome and entertaining that the
Went has ever produced.
We cannot spoak in too high terms of
the admirable workmanship of tho vol
ume, which Is in every respect a western
production. Tlio Western News Com
pany havo spared no expuuso iu render
ing It typographically equal to the books
which come to u from eastern pub
lishers. The book Is for utile lu this city at
Messrs. Itoikwell A Co. 'a, Ohio luvee.
cm mi: at tue"satiqxal capi
tal. Crimo Is holding high carnival at tho
national capital, no person being afo
upon the streets aftor nightfall unices
loaded "to the guards" with navy revol
vers, bowlo knives, swunl canes and
Alung-shoLs. Itobberies of the most
daring character uro committed every
night, ami the police acorn powerless In
the work of prevention.; Only a few
days ngo two well to do citiens disap
peared in a mysterous manner, one of
them, It hns ulnce been ascertained,
having been killed on tho Smithsonian
grounds, uud his body thrown in the
junk shop, which was immediately tired.
Never, within the memory of man, hat
the federal capital ibeon o cursed with
the presence of thieves, scoundrels aud
CWAXr Till ED OF TO I'M SO.
The President has declared that ho
will accept no Invitation to travel this
fall. He has written, declining to attend j
iue reunion ai iouisvuie or tnc oincers
of the Army of tho Cumberland, and to.
day informed Gov. Hulloek, of Georgia,
that ho could not accept his invitation to
visit tho Georgia ijtato Fair on tho ICth.
Tho executlvo committee of tlio fair re
pudiate' the comments made by 6omo of
tho Georgia editors upon tho subject of
invitation, and havo solicited tho Gov
ernor's ussUUnce to ocure tho attend
ance of distinguished otllclals at Uie fair
i-'ecretarles Houtwell aud Cox anil Com-iul-!''uers
Delano and Capron havo
agreed to accept tho Invitation.
A 'ErKI(AN'lElMAX COXE.
Tho venerable Hear Admiral Charles
.Stewart, of lronsIdefl,ConstlUitlon frigate
fame, died In Hordentowti, Now Jersey,
r.n C ii jl-itr it ? 1 1 llictfitit III tttn liliw.tt.
second year of his age. Ho entered the
navy as lieutenant on tho 9th day of )
March. 179S. his term of servico (seventy-,
one years) exceeding that of any other
man over connected with tho navy. Ills
funeral will take place In Philadelphia
to-morrow, whon the llaga upon all ves
sels in American waters will bo held at
The Ecumenical Council will be oponcd
on tho 8th of Docomber.the anniversary
of tho ImniacuIaKi Conception Nino
hundred bleho3, arehMshopi, and
patriarchs, each accompanlod by a theolo.
gian, will form part of tho assembly,
togother with a hundrod theologians of
tho pope, almcst nil laymen, fifty cardl.
nals, aud oighteou getioruh of rollgloua
orders, tho latter escorted respectively lv
two theologians. A musical mass will bo
oelobratcd on tho first day at St. Peter'n,
in which tho most celebrated singers of
Italy will take part. Tho communion
service will bo administered bv tint pono
in porson, with tho Hinging of Vent Crea.
'or Spiritua and Sub 'ltum Presidium.
"m.OM:ilJlMTt,K AND FtTAUlf ATlOJt."
Tho following dolorous tale is told by a
Memphis correspondent of the tit. Louis
Memphis Is not rioting Just now In
prodigal prosperity. True, the buay
season is approaching Its zenith, a mul
titude of drays laden with "the staple"
and wltb merchandise lumber along; the
thoroughfare, . pedestrians throng the
sidewalks, and In the principal stores
obsequious shopmen are busy displaying
their wares to crowds of customers. To
a stranger or a casual observer there Is
every outward Indication of abounding
prosperity. But the merchants, the
actual dealers, chirp a different ditty.
They complain of the tightness of the
times, of the scarcity of money, of Jight
sales, aud bewail the general falling ofi
or trade. nd declare that the business of
Memphis is not what It ought to be. Nor
Is It, else should we not be confronted
with the melancholy spectacle of rows
of costly buildings on many of tho prin
cipal streets lying idle for want of ten
ants. It is a fact that a large umber of
the finest bus loess houses in the city
havo qeen unoccupied for more than a
year, and promise to remain so for au in
MEMPHIS HAS OnoWif TOO PAST,
Reckoned without Its host, aud In a spirit
of vaulting ambition has o'er leaped it
self. In the yearn immediately succeed
ing the close of the war, business throvo
hero as It had never thriven before aud
has never thriven since. People grew
wild with excitement. Memphis, was to
become tho queen city of the great val
ley, overshadowing in Its march to great
new, Ht. Louis, Louisville, and every
other aspiring rival. Ileal estate and
routs went up to fabulous figures, and
everybody who could afford it, and many
who could not, went straight to building.
In ISGO there were fifteen hundred houses
erected here; this year, it is questionable
whether there have been fifteen. But
the glorious times whlchEwere to make
Memphis eclipse the fame of it name
sako of old, and build up hero on the
bank of the Missitslppj a second Babylon
or London', did not last. "Jiuslnese some
how fell oir, ftad Many of the flne
structures erected' at such-great expense
havo been onoecuple'd Ibe greats part
of the time since, their ooaapTitlos. sev
eral of them, Indeed, having never bad a
teuaut; thus teachlag obcaagalsjtbough
at fearful cost, the old, Jadlsssoa that
Tho Lest laid kaas ef mice a4 mrn
In coutrsst .with this picture, we pre
sent Cairo with her landing fringed with
steamer, her whsrvtn, 'wharfboabi aud
warehouses crowded with freights; her
merchants with fnll houses and counters
lined with customers, and business in tho
various departments of trade, presenting
au Increased and increasing vitality. Not
one of our "finest business houses" box
remained unoccupied for a year or for any
other period, and there lu a present re
quest for eligibly situated business houses
that cannot be accommodated. The truth
is there Is only one site for the "queen
clty"oft'ic Mississippi valley, and that
is at tho confluence of these rivers. Mem
phis being 210 miles dlstaut has no occa
sion to autlclpato much of au outcomo
After December 1st the Presldont Is
authorized by law to appoint nine
Circuit Judges for tho nino Judicial
Districts of tho country. Thero havo
been numerous applications made, In
directly In most cases, by State Judges ,
lawyers, ox-Judges etc., residing In tho
various circuits or districts, and thero
is not a day that the P resident Is not
Importuned in behalf of somo of these
applicants. Tho Supreme Court Judges
have, us a geueral thing,
refused to indorse tho papers of any of
tho now applicants. Tho President
promises that overy one of theso life
appointments sl.nl I bo made the subject
of careful Cabinet deliberation.
The sensational plays of tho Ilouclcault
school, while Illustrating certain phases
of English life, aro rather overdone. A
play which will give us a truo picture of
American life of to-day, and which will
embrace among tho dramatis person ao
aoinoor tho most striking of tho charac
ters brought to tho aurfaco by thopro'out
condition of -ociety, would certainly
make a hit. Ilouclcault, in London
Assurance, gives us several characters
that may bo seen any day In Loudon.
Tho coming drama shows us some of the
people on tliostugo that aro tho legiti
mate result of our national ami social
laws. There Is no difficulty about models;
the country Is full of thorn. Tako
Corbln, Flslc, Horaco Greoly, Butler,
Grant, or Boyd (Mosby's man.) Tako
Mrs. Mary Mujor Dr. Walker, Miss. Au
thony.Ollvo Logan, Row Olympus Brown
or auy other well-kuown person, put
them on tho stage with Mr. and Mrs.
Shoddy, Miss Shoddy and young Shoddy
and you have ull the elementsof good
ptuy, uiu piui nuu uii.
OOMTOKT I'OK OLD MAIDV.
At Friday's eeaslon of tho Woman'3
Rights Convention, at Hartford, Mrs.
Oella Burleigh, of Brooklyu, said:
I trust that tho tlmo draws near when
no woman will feel compelled to marry
for a home, nor to marry nt all unless
sha believes that In that rotation sho can
Hvo a larger aud moro beneficial llfo
than sho can alone. I bolievo that wo
manhood Is a greater fact than wlfohood,
or maternity; that wo should aim at be
ing good women rather than good wivos
and mothers. I would havo no woman
despond at tho thought of being an old
maid. I honor tho slnglo women, aud
predict that tho tlmo is not distant when
they, rather than tho married, will be
tlio distinguished aud honored class.
A CORAL NECKLACE.
"One night,' said Mr. P., ."the beauty
and grace of the city filled almost to
suffocation the St. Charles theatre. It
was tbo occasion of a bonoflt the recip
ient an actress of bewildering beauty
and acknowledged talent For weeks she
bad filled the vast theatre with an en
thusiastic populate; who seemed eager to
make herete an ovation. Again and
again did the curtain rise to their
plaudits; aid the weired gas-light of the
prosenlum flashed on costly jewels and
fromsradlent with beauty. She bad ap
peared tbatnlgbtas "Dlanca," and tho
Italian bride of Faalo had received from
her an interpretation grand in its thril
liag power, splendid In delineation. Pas
sion, jealousy, tenderness, had in turn
swayea anu movea an auuienco wno ac
cepted from the artist a portraiture of
motions vivid: aad llfo llko as
reality. Catching tbo Inspiration
which mooved her, their feel
lags Were ber feelings, and whon the
curtain descended upon the tragic mimlo
death-scene, a shorn of horror, cries of
distress, showed how perfectly death
was counterfeited in tho convulsive
struggle, the palling cheek, tho glazing
eye, the breaking heart.
"Bui was It a mimic scene?
"Even as the words of ber dying
speech were fading on her Hps, she half
raised up again, looked eagerly .into tho
audience, while her face grew ghastly,
and a cruel tremor shook her frame.
Then the white arms glistened for a
moment above her head; the last words,
'My heart Is broken,' died on her lips,
aud senses fled ai tho lifeless form
sunk back on the floor.
.'Was It real?
"Thero was a rush from tho audlonco
a cry of duipalr from tho ftage, and the
curtain rose rapidly. Uefore them,
white and ghastly, lay tho woman who.
an hour before, instinct with life and
beauty, had reigned regularly over all
"It was long before the breath camo
back to the body, warmth to the pallid
cheeks, aud llghtjto the eyes; theu, with
a cry sho sprang to her feet.
"Save her, jave her, I entreat!"
"Take the child yonder; alio with the
"Even as she ipoko, a man loading a
ohlld passed rapidly into the street.
"In a few moments Mr. L and my
self were sent for to visit the actress at
"It would be Impossible to descrlbo the
Interelew. The lady 'was mad with ter
ror and distress. Sho walkod tho room
llko some wild animal bereft of her
young, and ber broken utterance, her sor
row and tears, made up a scene rarely
witnessed in a life-time. But wo learned
that the child whose nreseuco In tho the
ater had so nearly nroven fatal to ber llfo.
wai her daughter, stolen from her years
before, tsne torn us, loo, mat tier uus-
liinu was nri incriisn nobleman, wno. in
I dying, had bequeathed to his child vast
estate. In case or Her decease, they
would pass to a distant relative Ho had
been scarcely dead a week when tho
child disappeared. She had searched the
continent for her, and discovered no
trace. Exhausted In means, she had re
sumed the profession which iierliusband
h&d takon he. from when he married her.
Coming to this country, sho had never
lost sight of tho ono object to which sho
had dedicated her life.
"lu the closing scene of "Blancu" her
eye had caught tho glitter of a curiously
wrought, a delicately-fashioned ooral
necklace on a child seated In tho audi
ence Such a one her child had worn.
Time and distance had no power to drive
it from her memory. Even in the
crowded theatre sho know it. Thero
might, too, havo been others like It,
worn, too, by children not her own: but
still she knew, with an intuition
that could not deceive, tho wearer was
"It was all the cluo tho had ; but to wo
men accustomed to work out results from
threads moro sleuder, it was enough.
It Is useless to rolato the means wo
employed; but bo.'ore tho day dawned
the child had beon restored to its mother.
It had been stolen away In tho interest
of tho relative, aud but for the acciden
tal meeting In tho theatre, would uover
have becu seen agalu.
"It was tho last night of tho lady's
professional career. Her child recovered,
and with indisputable proofs of Its iden
tity, she hastened back to regain Its In
heritance." HEROISM 01 A CHILD.
Sho biiorillces Her Ottu I.lfo lu Nave Her
llrollirr Mini .Sister.
Ilev. Edwin Clay, M. D., writes from
Pugwash, Canada, as follows ;
On Friday night last, Mr. Cornelius
Crowley retired with his family to rest, a
little after dark. About 10 o'clock they
wero aroused by tho sound of flro uomc
whero in the building. On springing
from his bed he found tho whole body of
the house In flames. Ills) first thought
was to get help, so he ran at once to tho
barn, where two of Ills sons wero sleep
ing. On his return ho, found It impossi
ble to get up stairs, whero flvo of his
family wore sleeping, or to his father's
room, whero tho old man aud a littlo sou
were sleeplug together. But Mrs. Crow
ley, with her babo In her arms, succeed
ed in arousing some of thoso up stairs.
Her brotherand sister throw themselves
out of the window, forgetting tho throo
children who wero still asleep In tho
bed. The mother's screams awakened
tho eldest daughter, and sho came to the
window and asked what sho could do,
when her mother urged her to throw
herself from tho window, but sho ro
plled, "No; my brother and sister must
bo saved," Sho then roturned through
tho heat aud smoke, and took her sleep
ing brother, a littlo younger than her
self, in her arms, aud carried him to tho
window, from which he sprang with no
Injury, except a slight scorching of his
faco and hair. She then returned
through Ihe floor, aud brought a atill
younger sister, (aovou years) to the win
dow, and hero tho dear girl had moro
than wlie could do, for her sister in her
fright rofused to bo thrown off, aud, with
tho flames coming up around ber, sho
struggled with her until she put her out
of the window, and the ohlld dropped
helplossly to tho ground. After hanging
a 'moment or two upon the window, elll,
sho dropped down herself, a distance of
nearly sixteen feet. When she rose
from the ground she said. "I am done,
mother, but I have saved my brother
and sister from being burnt',' The
mother, with her children, then walked
a distance of six huadred and seventy
yards, (I had It measirsd), to, the first
neighbor's house, In a state .of nudity,
for they bad not saved any clothing, t
was soon sent for, and, in abeut tore
iioure after the fire; was attending to tho
wants of the suffering ohildren. I saw
there was no hope of saving the dear lit
tie girl. From ber forehead to the bot
tom of her foot sho was one mass of burnt
flesh. This, wltb the fearful aboek' re
ceived from jumping so far, and walking
such a dlstauco In the oold, caused ber to
sink very rapidly, and at sis In the
morning she died aged eleven years and
eight months, a martyr to the love of ber
brother and sister.
THK LAZY KAN.
UV THE FAT CONTRIBUTOR.
The man Is !a!most always too Rood-
natured. He never flleslnto a pasaion.
He might crawl into one, If that were
possible, but the Idea of bis flying into
anything is preposterous.
tVho erer heard of a lazy man break
ing into a bank, where a crowbar bad to
be used, or drilling into a safe? Nobody.
Not that ho mlrht not covet a neighbor's
goods therein contained, but the horror of
handling crowbars and drills woulu Al
ways deter him from actually commit
ting burelarv. Ho never runs away with
his neighbor's wife, simply on account of
tua norror tie lias or running, ir no is
ever known to run, it is to run to seed.
lie rarely lies on tils neighbors, lor
it would bo too much oxertlon, but he can
lie at a bar room all day.
lie is or inestimable servioo to a billiard
watching the game, for fow would caro to
play whero there aro no spectators. Tho
ract mat no uoes tins wunout pay. aay
1 .1 ,1... .l,ii.a t m. nn..l.linn.i
IU uuu u uuki ouunv iv uumuiuucu
onus nature, wnatan inuusirious man,
who considers his time wortu something,
would want pay for, the lary generally
does for notlilng, snowing a freedom
from mercenary motives that should go
to nls credit.
The lazy man never gets up revolu
tions. Insurrections, or other DODular ex
cltements, and don't mako a nuisance of
himself by tramping around the country
making Incendiary speeches to promote
In his own neighborhood he is never a
busv body lu other neotde's affairs, for
tho verv idea of being a biiBy body at
anything would drive blm out. for he
wouldn't have the energy to go out of
Ills own accord.
No lazy man ever ran mad. If ho
went crazy, ft was borauso ho couldn't
go anywhere else without walking.
Lazy men don't disturb tho quiet of
pcacful neighbors by putting up factories,
furnaces, and such abomluatious.
KulXinu Mo. 1,
I am composed of 25 letters:
My 18,2, il,5, M, 4, 5. 19, 17, 13, is a
town on tho Mississippi river.
My 0, 11, lli, 3, 9, is a lake lu Dakotah
My 18,19, 9,20, Is a fish.
My 5, 4, 13. 17,5,10, la a State.
My 21, 0, 12. 22, is what peoplo some
times full in.
My 4, 13, 12, 22, 14, 17, 13, Is what
m-rouged peoplo sometimes take.
My 13, 12, 7, 10, 17, 22, 20, 24, 25, 13, Is
a girl's name.
My 11,2, 4, 21, 10, 19, S, 4, 0, Isabaso
ball club of Cincinnati.
My 1, 19, 18, 7, is an island.
My 7, 13, 23, 25, 2, la an insurance com
pany. My 21, 5, 17, 2, 1 1, Is tho name of u
My 17, 19, 0,21, Is a bird.
My 0, 2, 14, 4, 15, 1, 13, is a great olrcus
, My C, 4, 10, C, 13, 25, Is au English
.My 1, 22, 15, 25, 6, 13, 22, 4, is kind of
My 22, 9, 13, 12, 22, 11, is a number.
My 20, 2, 4, fl, is a kind of fat.
My IS, 4,2, 14, 0, 10, Is a kind of liquor.
My 17, 15,21, 9, is a measure.
My 20, 22, 2,0, is a metal
My wholo Is a puper published In
Southern Illinois. H. C H.
- - - '- -
The President, laboring under tho
delusion that his preseiico la required
at Washington, has declared a purposo
to accept no furthur invitations to tra vol
thisall. How tho man Is to restrain
himself during a period of throo weeks
wo uro unablo to divine. Such a sacri
fice of pleasure for business stands uu
parrallded In tho history of the pres
ent administration, at all events.
Tim Cbrvallis (W.T.) '(Gazette" eaya
Mr. T. W. B. Smith, of fionton county
has ouo field of wheat which averaged
fifty-four bushels of grain to tho acre.
His entire crop, this year, averaged over
forty bushels to tho acre.
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