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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                mm 10 teE: BOSTON SUNDAY GLGBE--TSUNI)A-ti  OGTOBERV 5,::Li890~T^ NeiKT "Slleiiandpali" Produc-tion-Scenic "Little Em'ly." HerryKornell appearing as EdMcFaddenj tod Ldttio Hydo as Tick Scissors.   "'' LOOKING- JTOB J-AKCE AND MONEY. Annio Ward Tiffanj's ktcstr-Harri' igan's "Sdaattcr Sovoreignty." �.; Maggie   Mitchell's   Plays-O'mm's � "Dead Heart"-Eemell Specialty. HERB are few plays In all the annals of the staffs � that '.ap-i' proaoh in .'popularity. Bronson    Hoivard's .great''Amerloflto^tvM: drama, "Shonan-doali."   Boston was the scene of the origi-]]al ..production, and � Boston is now to soo tlio play^ as ' rcoon-Btnicted and strongth-onfid.'witli four stlr-'^ring acts Instead of five, and a score of improyemonts in the attainment   of    effect.   "ShenondQah' will ppnletqthe Globe tomorro-vr night �with all.tliB prffitige 6il;'a: career of wonderful, uniixtorruptod succesB in other cities. In Brooklyn "tho.'record was broken" where � this pia)? waS'the offering, and Charles; Frohman'courits upon a brilliant and memorable season here. . .-yiola Al.len:will"boji;he Gertrude Elllnfr Isain,, as'lit the Museum. Associ.atod with hoi-'Will. he Zoo Tnttls as Madeline and Jljrtoette'Conistook as Jennie, atrio of young i#omcn -who .should look as well ns act their respective roles, That popular gentleman, Frank Burbecic, will be the Gen. Haverill. Frank.Carlyle. will be .the.Col,, West, a|j,d Ki'.iA.,'iKoberts 'the' Capi.ij^Hetotsoaso, aalil good work may 'be, oxpQoted from Harry Harwood as Gen. Buckthorn, C. Maclcay as Lieut. Bedloe, James O. Barrows as Sorgt. Barket, Orrin Johnson 'as Col. EUiugham. The cast includes Alice B. Haines, BIrs. A. C. Hafilam.Katherino Grey and others.    . With the original New York cist of "Shenandoah" 'will come the original !!,nd very el.ihorate setting and stage effects. The signalling scene, the battle in the road, the ride of Sheridan'will doubtless arouse immense enthusiasm. . An excellent advance sale is recorded. THKBB NOTABLE EVENTS. "�liittle Em'ly," With a Famous Cast- Harrigan's "Sq'uatter Soverisignty"- Annie Ward Tiffany's New Success, "The Stepdaughter." With .all the advantage of entirely new setting by hs Mo.ss, .and the .accessory aid of a lai-go chorus of hoys' voices, "Little Eni'ly" is to be brought out at t)ie. Museum tombrrow evening. The.ctfst,;^ w-ondoi'fully.' attractive, commends itself. ]\Iiss Annie Clarke's re-entrance for the season (as Martha), and the first appearances this dramatic year of Mi-ss F.anny Addison {Betsy Trotwood) and . Kaio Ryan-(Mrs. Micawber) will impart especial interest to ; the ocfaasion. Charles Barron's noble por-trnyal of Pcggotty is sure to be npprociateli. Miss'Sheridan's Rnsa, Dartle, Miss Camp-' boll's Agnes, Mr. Mason's Ham, Mr. Wilson's Uriah, Mr. Boniface's Micfiwher, Mr. Davenport's Stocrforth, Mr. Booth's Coppertield, Mr, Abbe's Traddles will not fail, to bo followed witlx interest, .and there will be m.any a pleas.aiit anticipation regarding Miss O'Lcary's. personation of tlic title part. In order that as many as possible of Edward Harrigan's numerous piaj'S niigiit ho seen at tlui Tremont, heloro the actor-nntlior's oomipg. it was decided by Messrs. Abbey & Schoeftol to give a new play each week. Thoroforo, notwitlist.nnding the great, success of "ThoLcatherPatcli," it was with-draivn last evening, and "Squatter Sovereignty" will be presented, lor one week only, beginning tomorrow evening. "Squatter Sovereignty," M-hilo it is dilh-eult to say one of Mr. Harrigan's worlcs is better or hriglitor than another, is certainly one of the liveliost and most amusing of his low-life pictures. A play where . .seen es wei'e laid in "Sli.antyto'wn' without tiie.presence, of the lively goat and the gentle dnnkoy would be unreal. They and a tilt ri,g ,'ind fat gee.?o nrn all'to he .seen in "Squtittfr SoverrtgiUy." Of t.lie things to. he lieai'd, I)ave Bruluun's bright songs may ijrcidt'jitallv )>e mentioned. Annie Wnrd Tiflany, the well-known Irish ^Oumeiiy actress, v.'iU pre.'JO.nt her jiew play, "'J'lic. .Stepdaughter,' at tlie Grand Opera Hou;i:- this week. "The Stepdaughter" is the worl; of L. 11. Shewell, also author of "Sii;i'-!ows of a Gre.atCily," .and was written esiH'cially for Miss Tii'fany. In the play she not!- tlie part of an Lish nur.se, Peggy Logan liy name. The piece had its original pro-uuction in Jlny last, v.-hen It w.as pro-n()vii!:r.id a success, and praised by press and puhlip. In her .special line of parts Miss Tiliuiiy lias won deserved popularity. She knov.-B well her art, .and plays every role with an enrne.stness that always counts for much with her auditors. The names of se\'ei^nl ivell-known artors and actresses appear ni the cast, and tlib play will, itis pro-smned, bo staged appropriately, A KOtrKD OF ATTKACTIONS. � Magp.io   Mitchell in Favorite Plays- "CKTeiU's   Dead   Heart,"  With   a New Heroine-The Great "Soudaii" Drnma-KernoU'B Specialty Array. Maggie Mitchell is alvays a welcome visitor to .Boston.   Her engagement at. the Park, beginning tomorrow, can linrdly tail to prove pleasant and profitable.   The c.liar-r,ct?i-s of Fanchon. Little Barefoot. Jane' .Eyre and liny afford eKcellent on port-unity . for Mhi5c oliaracterifitit; touciies of jiaturo "for which the star is fanions. The siipporl-ing company this season has been carefully hcjccted.   and includes How.ard   Gould, (ieorge Doys, Sheridavi Tapper, R. F. ?.lr-Clnnuiii, P. II. Jh'Curiliy, M� Biin-ouglis, ,|.';nn'i- ('ai'rnll. Ainiie Chase, (.Iiirrie Francis and ];<;SK licniitidi.   Prom present indicii-tions large audiences will visit (he Park the ciiiin.s,' veek.   "Fam.'hon" i.sannounC(^d for Mciiilay; "Little Barefoot," Tuesday: dis.li- ICyre.'' Wednesday; and then "Kay.'' tOTt.',;;id till' v.'cek out. 'i'hi r.' lias been a steady incroa.se in ipter-���I. as "The Head Heart" lias found, ut the HflUr, iie iiiuliily array ol auditors. !\lr. .l.inii.'. O'Krill's siril;ingaud vivid portraval oi l.aniiiy is naturally the chief ligure in the '.�iithrallingpiay. Both Mr. AYliit.ing and Mr, .ShaiiiuDi havi.' made theiji-selvcs .iavor-iies. The easi of the play istobe materially sti'cng;lH'n<'d foj- tlif'sf. its closing yterforni-.ances in litis cily. Mi.ss Adel.aide Slanhope, inown as an aceomiilislied actress, has been eii.xa;.;. f! inassnme. beginning tomorrow, the It.-.diii.i.- liiiiy'.'- r..)i'. Otlh-r piay.-^ niav come and go, but "The S'lndaii'' ii'.v'.rfails to claim tlieattendanee undiii'^ imi-;-.:-; of vi:ry lar!;i; audieuc  l<',.ni ihat he''onies to thai I,.....on .\!oji.lav wtili iiis liigli-cla.ss Vfcixi. . '.Jinv. Tin- (. , lor i< iiirludcf the :..i-:':-i �'io,. .:i.'�.;'ip^oj-r; J'.tun^ and Burns, a !i,u.;.-!.! ; IS.1ITV Laito,.-, iii^;i:l.-r and :.',:]�� 'a; : li'i.'r 5;.;  1 � !'.)� It'.o ' i;.o.',li.'r-,i oiiK-llans aii'l  ifti,. '}�: v. - T'i .li ;i>id Marion. ;n .�liara''li'r ...iai,. .l:.ii ..;'.'! .'C.-.-'n. in jiit--1 �rapiis . , I'.'.:. ! ' l- . ;.l'.;; ...i .:i'.!,h \: ira '.-���I, j,..ui.. Ji,      .'. \!i  i;io;.vin(.;)t," oston �iding to It -id dy, usi-in Manasers and Aotora ! AUko Busy 'in Doing and Flttnning. Mr. Eugene Tompkins is in CMSago arranging business matters. Manager B. F. Keith is in Philadelphia on his way South, after health and recreation. A oncract play, called "It Was a Dream," may, perhaps, Be one of the Koiida.ls' attTrifi-�tiotrs,'.' :f , ,  ,� �. , ' .. . "ICato," .Annio Pixloy's latest siiccbssfirl play, is to be seen for a month on the Now England circuit. ThePhilh.annonic orchestra Sunday night concerts will.bo inaugtirated ,at the Boston Theatre'tSnight. , Adeline Stanhope, who joins Mr. O'Neill's company this week, is. iu private life Mrs, jNolSpn Wheatcroft. . '' .'"The :York.shiro Lass!' is to give Miss Eijstlako her first opportunities in England to shine as a single star,;, '.: It'.is . on the original, of "Fantino," not "Fauvetto," that Lotta's well-billed now B,tarrinB.,play has been foitndod. ''Charles Abbott yriW tilayLordJRoohostor in "Jane Eyre" with Maggie Mitchell.on Wednesday evening .at tlie P.ork...,     ' "ThcSoudan, "with the greatrdalistic scene of Trafal,gar square, is a gi'eat roifiiiing At-tractiou iii our amtisemofit world; "La Vie a Deux," �'a:'Tocent stibooss'.iln French comedy, is to.bn adapted for the use and behoof of Augustin Daly's company. Hoyt'ii.'much-praisod"A.'To.\as Steer" is soon td'.h.avo' its lirst Bnst6n presentation, ooming.;tp, the Tremont on Monday, Oct. 37. ,.'J\)mdiTownight, ns patrons should note,: thO'Tremont's time of opening tho doorsi, will bo."?.IS, and tho oturtaln will rise at 7.45. .Sfenager Schooffol passes his time about egt^iilly between the Tremont and tho Now 'York oflicBs of .the,' firm;: pf'..Abbey.,,& Schoeffeh :' ".....' �'      ''"'��    " "CordeJiii^s Aspirations".will ,bo the production of tho third and last �t\'ook of Harri-. gan's engagement at tho. Tremont, begjn-; ning Monday, Oct. 13. . Leolair and Leslie, are bbok'ad; In -Ijondon' for a year.,' Their Ii-ring-Tarry burlesafie, "Hamlet Outdone,".has,made tho ' biggest Idnd of an English hit, New Yorlc opinions differ regarding '.'The, Whirl-ndnd," which new-play by Brohson Howard was made known last week, with Helen D.auvr.ay ns the heroine. McGeachy's new travelling oar for GoWen :'atid "Jed;Prouty" was viewed prtd atlmwed,-bythousands in PortiiuK^ pri3v;ious;'jo mir-;i neyingdue.We.sttoGlovoland.-'^'-i'f . "Suporba," tho new Hanlon speot&le, made a very decided suoce,ss in Albany on the occasion of its Tirst .iproduction.'.ilast Wednesday evening, on any stage.     i;- H. Percy Moldon and Lothrop's dtock coraDany will appear' in "Rancn 10'-'^ at Lotlirop .s Providence Museum tliis week, in con,1uuction with a strong variety .show. "Larry, tho Lord," a now operatic fnrce-oomedy, with plenty of original', and catchy, 'music, by Robert E.' Grahamti'wili'bo produced next season, with, the author as the star, . "Aunt Jack" will be, seen in Amesbury Monday, .. Nasluia .Tuesday,,' ;�-Lawrence AVednesday, Lowell -Tli\n;sday,'^iNew Bod-ford Friday, and Brockton Saturday of this week. Miss Belle Stacey, who has been studying, for the Shakespearian stage with Mr. ILM,' Pitt, will .appear during tile cbiuing season in "Hamloii" and "Romoo'and Juliet." Miss of original', and catchy J effects to signalize the return of the Swan- � " �"      '" ------ zey contingent will bo the homestead and farm whiteriod and glistening with the frost of a downright Now England winter. A striking traiisparent effect, revealin.g the interior of Grace church, will also bo introduced, togbtber tvitli mucti luxurious elaboration in the ivory-finished boudoir marking tho second act. "Shenandoah" has set tho hearts of all American dramatists throbbing. Not only is it a thoroughly American play, treathig of .0110 of the most important contests in American histoiy, but its author is Amori-oan, and lie is getting more American money in roy.alties than any twooritlireo playwrights ever received for one v,'ork in tlio same time. Mr. Howard has received as high as .53300 in one week in royalties Stncey proposes to imperaouato Hamlet and R9meo. innio Boyd takes up "Hendrlk Hudson" where Fay Templetoii laid it doira. "Overlook," incairn'hile, bides its time for an especially . elaborate prodtiction already bemg.arranged for. Justin Adams' pl.ay, "Tho Rag-Picker's Child," appears to please tho Now Eug-lantlers.who -(vitnessit..The author-actor,.as �n^ell a�� 'i\Iiss Lillie Burnhatai coinein. tor warm ju-aise from tho press. day; Manchester, Friday'rand' Great'Ealls, Saturday. At Lothrop's Portland Theatre Monday and Tuesday "Muggs' Landing" company: is booked; Wednesday and Thursday, Mm--: ray and Murphy's "Silent Partner", company ; Friday and Satiu-day, "The Blue and tho Gray." At tho G.aiety Opera'House, Providcnoo,' this week, Honsliaw and Ten Broeck will, appear in "Tlio Nabobs.". The Gaiety opera' company, reorganized, will open their season.at the Bijou, Pliiladelphia, on Mouday,,i Following. Harry KoruiiU's company at the. Howard Atheiiroum comes that popular L'isli drama, "The Ivy Leaf." interpreted by;' AVIUiain Power's ' dramatic ' organization.' New, spoci.al scenery has been pre]>arod for the engagement. Manager Jolin ' Stetson i of thoBGlobo Tlicfttro �n'isbos it understood that he hns no relations, either of apersonal or business nature, witii E. T. Stetson, who li.as recently attained unpleasant notoriety through the columiiB of the press. Sadie Martinot makes abewitching widow in "Dr. Bill," the farce-comedy from London, which opened the New York Garden Thealie. But the special hit is credited to Editli Kenward, an English importation. Her "kangaroo dance" hits caught the town. . . , "Agoracritus, the Iltmohb.aolc of Pares,"' is anew tragedy, the sceiiawhorcqf is laid, way theatre. Edward McEvilla of tho Adelphi Dra--matie Club was given a testimonial boiiell't hv the AVarron Drani.atie Club in Music Hall, Dorchester, ia.st TJmrsd.ay evening. "The Flowing Bowl" was lu'csoiited by im excellenteast. In all.respccts the occasion was a success. .   . George R. Lothrop is soon to add another link to his chain of theatrical|eu-terprisos. Negotiations Imvo been completed for the erection of an elegant now theatre in 'Worcester, to bo under his enterprising direction. KMr. Boyd Putnam has climbed tho.histrionic ladnor viry rapidly Kinco he left the Boston'Museum. This season bo is playing leading business in Frohman's "Charity;, Ball" company, and is receivingeommenda-tions wlierever ho appears. Tlie.attaches of Austin & Stone's Musounv yesterday presented to C; A. Shaw, one of' the (niterprising managers, a beautiful cane, hearing on its handle Mr. Shaw's monogranV set in diamonds. (.Compliments and good wisliiis wori! cordially eMchaiiged. ,' Thomas E. ,Sh(!,'i, who.se .sen.s'oi} .has heeii thus far highly prosperous, will act in "Es-eajied rniin Sing King" in Ea.st Cambridge, his home, tomorrow night. Taunton ivillhe visited 'J'ue.'^day and Wednesday, -while the,, rest of the week isdevoted to'Fall River. Jamesli. Mackiewill jilay "Grimes' Cellar Door" in the following pla:ces 'during the present week: Milford, Oct. (i; HolyoUe, Oct. 7; AS'oreester, Oct. H; Clinton. Oct. 11; South Framinghaiu, Oct. 10; Marlboro, Oct. n. Tho merry .skit is credited with winning big Mu'cessos everywhere. Joseph Proctor's school of dramatic art and practical elocution has entered upon its uutnnmal season successfully. Amateur performances and idatform opportunities will be open to advanced pupils, .and professional managers are lilcely to appreciate tlio value of trahied, skilful service at their hand. John Killerd will play the p.Trt assumed by Wilton Laekaye iu tnoXew York production of the "Clemenccau Case." when that famous iday comes to tho Park- next week. Miss .Sibyl .h.hnstone will be tho Iza of tho play. She will give the famous studio scene, it is promised, precisely the same as iu New York. Marguerite Fish-irill be the attraction at the Grand Opera House next week in "J':muia ibe ]-:if," by C. T. Da/.oy, Esq. This play is said to be clev<.rly construeted, with a good deal oi brisk dialogue and novel situations. jMi.ss Fish irill reudiiy he ronieiu-bered aa the tuneful Cindcrelhi in "Tho Crystal Slipper " Ih ca.st ru' ^Vliss L^ourienays nrsi, appearance m a lu-oni-iiuut role at the Mu.'^eum. and. she won many words of praise lor the naturalness and rr-iimanent w-hich eharaeteri-.'.ed tho Iiersoiiation. Live stock is an important port of most of Mr. Hariigim's jilays. In "l-f^.aiiier Patch" the hark hor.se was a feature; in ".Squaller .Snvi;reignty" a little donkey comes from Wcuham to appear, and -.i goat, a i.ii;, si'V-<-ral live geese, etc., iviJl he ,�-<-i,. The donkey hi his own hnino has the "run of the house," p;.ICS up and down stairs, and is as gciille as .-1 jicl dog. Marie Wainw-right's Viola, in "Twelfth Niirh;." has beim sr.on in this cily and WM-mly eoiiiiucnded. Tile coming iif tliis artist to the Tremont for. the \ve..'k of Oct. ^'1 should be much appreciated, and, in addition i. lu.-r i'.\ .e nu' Ilie �Mar. He isaUose.'ii in "\'ii-,-mius." "ntiiel-1,.," ".-.la: belli." �Ihu.oiei.'- ",l:i!ias :oi;!ar" ;iinl 'The Marble H,'art".-.a im-|:ihle iii.l of pill-,.-. Mr. Jam.-s will appear 'ii lii-oi'lMon, .'doiiday: Fall lllve.', Tui--ilay aud Wedm.-.,'luy;Mai'ilKiro.Thui-.s(hiy;(;hel- sea, Friday.(a6tingin"The]VI '.:of , the' ' theatre, -under the president's oliair, saturated with his blood .after tho victim liad'. been removed from tho proseoninm box, ha.? been Ipanod. to Mr. B. F. Keith and will be ,Ma(!tedon':.'o'xhlbition'.in tho ^theatre annex dfi'tlio Gili6ty.:Hnd .Bijou this week. Tho bill is the property of Mr.. A. E. Fostellewho recently secured it from tho Clayfords, in whose family it was long kept as an alinost sacred remembrance of the great tragedy. For four days after tho departure of the Hnnlon-Voltors from tho Academy in Now York tho theatre was closed to give Don-man Thompson the stage for extensive Sreparations prior to the return of "Tho Old [omostcad" for a fourth year. Among the 32'Eaist FoBjrteeiith from the two comp.ames playiug "Shenandoah;':' In seven'months he roceivod- from Mes.srs. Haynian & Frohman nearly .'540,000 in "Shenandoah" royalties. No other play .has ever earned, this sum for its author in tho same'timo;    . Ady.tnoo agents command from .SfiO to S15Q a week. They must be a week ahead of their companies, be al/le to drink' copiously, lie pioturestjuely, bill profusely,, wear' 'three'diamonds, and speak with' ungrain-niatical fluency. Advance agents generally know all about railro.ad time tables, owe numerous. tailor bills, have one or tivo soubrottes or ingenues in the company whom they boom with commendable vigor, and always tell you they will take 'out a company ot their own next season. Tho favorite author of tho majority of advance agents is Baron Munchausen, tlie prince of fabricators. [Duiilap'a Stage News. ! "Miss Chester," a charming English corn-tidy drama, written by Sir Charres Young .and Miss Florence Marryatt, will find at the �hands of the pupils of Tho New England School of Dramatlo Instruction its first attention in America. .The following wdll bo ni tho cast: Misses Etta B. Bicli, Maud A.thy, Emily B. fironihall, lilessrs.' F. H. Thompson, G. F. Farren, Carl Rcranton, D. M. Ryan, S. D. Solomon and T. M.'Rielly. DuriiiR'the winter MLsses Anna T. Pendleton, Mildred St. Pierre. A. B. Roberts, L, B. Fischer, Maud States, L. N. Brooks, Ella Murdock, Maud SlcDonald, Loe, Av sihle, to excel tho Parisian production, and 'Manager Seyi^iour will he. afforded every facility fo^ bb.servation of the play's setting, and will consult with Mile. Bernhardt and SI. Sardou rolativo to th i American pre-sentatie:\n ali-->tar varien-1 ompaM>- A ill make it.^ lirst a1>)>::araiie,; in tli;^ i-oiuitiy on ;\Ion-lay at thi-v.laee.  '.fiic. Stage li;;i   uelil.hi>. .".iari One-I�alf the stocJc inoved to 07i,r Broadway Store, Neio XorJc, and the balance to Bdston. Great ciit in prices has been made. $ IS,000 worth of stoch; arrived Saturday il. :31:.',''and our store will^ be closed until 9.30 A. M. 3Ionday, to give us time to ma.ric, each and evei'y r/armentat JuSt OWE-HALF former iirices. �.. Our stay here is only tempora,ry, as tve m,ust get out as soon as store is rented. at Ar.I, WlWXiBIK IVEIOUT, ''   SMIKTS.      Ar>T..      OtTSt OWN MAKE "AW1>'-� AI/I- liEWO'TII SI^EKVES,   AT   just   l-�, WEOIC- WEA3S, 1-S, OIjOVES 1-S, AJTD AT.Ii XHr.W WATC TMKOlrWBtOUJT OXOK. ewtitce STOCK OiP   MEN'S   FtTK- jviBHciK-oa.w-. -WE CAiraroT'iso'rivTO WET All-. ON l*}tircKi3; TO�A"8.'. AS ARI); GO.OISS,. AIRE   IVOX - JfKrCEB, Ex'cEPT"'ro'mewtion-'the .HDBA'vx,,.' .'PTTr-i,   ieEci.trliAK'- maihe ]IMPOK.TE� BAJLIHIIO-GAW, 4, m.eces, SOXJO AM.. OVEJIt TO'WW FOK. (SIO.OO........ 'S5.00 EtNEST OABtEI-'S HAIR, 4 PrECE.Si �     $4.00 FrNEST WATlTltAX, "WO,c!. s.IirltTS AJV� BJKAWEKS, * PIECES.____................ camel's IIATie nXJ.t!' MOISB, ISOIMJ e-veie'Sr'WMEiRE .'boston at so OXa., at just..... 6 Pairs foe-Si.25 ..Aiiir. ens-ive Vacation. BOSTQ-N- to all points on nntl West ot tho sriesoiiri nivcr ami St. P.iiU, except PaoUlo coast points, and return nt aliont Eoia EXAwnpiaai Boston to Doiiver and Return , . , , , $48.65 Boston to Sloirx Falls arid Hoturn , . - $33.00 A special party, personally couclucted, ivlll lenvo Bonton OC'l. 14, equipped with llrst-dafls Pullman and 'rourlBt Ciii-h. As party is limited aeuuro your liortlis curly of E. W. TMOBO�SON. N. E. V. A., aoa �WaslilHgrton street, "itOSXON. 01-- W011C1-,STI-,U WSLL BE LAID OCT. 8. --n-ii.T, nnx- Boston to Worcester and Return Ijcaviiig' Eo.ston  .  0.06 A. M. AllI) Itr.TCRNIKG Leave Woi-cester  .   7>30 P. M. Tieltets to Worcestor and return, good on this train only, S1,0� each. oH  P.SuT     A. HI. HANSON, G. I*. A. The Sevculf cnth Eichililtlon of tho Ulassacliusetts Cliaritable IHechanio ASSOCEATION. Open '\m October 1 to Novemher 29. AJfMiSSIO?.', - - TWENTY-FIVE CEJTS. The Inimeiise Riilldlnj; on niinlitrgton Xxe. one Vast Hiveof Indsistry, iiklll ami Art, Tlic ffrcnlcsl srcchanlcal NnTClfltii and Pro. ccsif.s l-:vcr Been In .few EnKhuiil. Ki^teii'.S-^-n Art OalJerles, tUlcd with a i-hokc laiih-nlU'ii of Avt Wol'lsB. ti.f.rr.tiiund) 'ESiunl iiiiil Oi'i);n3i C(ii>c.�r{s l-.flfi-iiii'.iliH and cvciilii^'fi. 'Mm lati'iil Elcc-lrlcal Apimvatiin and Ajl- plfOtll OS. 'I'lifi ^I'cimnia's 3�en.irf)lieiB* i-i-ou'drd with Ilip W&l sn-.-'-lmenfi ot >,Vlliilal�.*h 'iVol'ic, 'lilt' wlinli-111 .Wj.-rcmt, iii -^'iix-ltiVy, lu 't'jiliu' ITh-Kai-;.ias...('(l. Sudtf  or. �^V. li. IIATJ1JMAK-, 1st Xellor. J. e. liSAJm-KTT, art Ttuor. r. V. I.'AlKr-.IVliW, Harj-tnnc. Adiiress BOYLSTON BUILDING, Cur. WasUiiiEtuii iiiiil Bojlftoii Sts., liostou. smi. .s-i Sale of Tickets Bej^ins Monday at Tremont Temple. B. V. KEITH............ProrrlctorandMnimRer Wasil i n ^tosi Street '545 IiicletEiiigi ftesMes a Iiostof regular variety coiitfibii-lors, � tlie latest novelty. M tlie musical wos'M,- 9 UITDEH THK MANAiHEJfE.Vr OP m F. EARLEf ffiSHOP. ' I'in�en yannt; ladles of l-ecocfnlzcd utuslenl ability, liidudlogr the brillinnt young Cor-, not Soloist, ,    .  -    ; iVSiss CARRIE MSLLWARD -will participate in the progtrnmme arranged by tlilB popular flrg:nn(/ntlon to be given on the PCffulnr tlicatro sthgc. The expelloDCo of this iinlqno featnre will bo fully appreciated by patrons, who will And much of an attrmotlTO character In.the specialty bill that fplloirsi.    ....., DeBOLBEiM BKOS. Special appoftianoo of this woU-known team of aoroliatBi whose reputatloii iu -world-wide. CHARLES H. DUNCAN. Be-engagemont of this always suooossful vooallst la'.'a-,new repertoire, of c^ote^ topipal- songs, Joiti'aiid IS'oHla'i i'n th^ir latest 'oomeilj'ckotoh, whioli aTiounds' witli bright lines aad mirth-piovolilug situations,    ..... FEWZ  BROTHERS, Tho weU-knoWn mnsioians, in favorite dneta, ,THE .A.USTIWS In their nniqno ontertitinmonti whiob will bo well reooivod by patrons,. '�'  " ALBES?.T : HIBLER, Tho midgot oomedian, who has more wit In proportion to his diminutive slse. than any performer on the BtagOi FRANK  RICE. First appcaranoe of this �woniiuri'ril porformor Ja a remarkable exhibition of Keman axe-juggling. ...  ASCECER.,&'COLLmS,- �Whom-everybody winto glad to'weloomo in a new and entertaining niuaioal skotoh. IV5URRAY & A LB) EN. Notable engagement of those loading lights in bar losqno'oomedy. BVIAYMARc'��&' M EM'D'OZA. The wonderful, trapeze performers, who will oon-tribnte a new and romnrkalilo aot, THE  VENTlNiS, Always kindly to be romembored hat spinnoro, who have no ctinalsintheir spoolal lino, C.EYER AMD LORD, Acrobats of mora than ordinary ability, who will bo soon in a stirring'act, FOSTELLEv&   EmmETT. Special engagement of those favorite musioal skotoh artists, who aro iimong tho most talented in tho profession, BRILLIANT QUARTET. Brilliant in nome and brilliant iu their vooal workj whioh in nnsurpasscd. W. -H. DeBAR. A contortionist who onn almost. literally turn himself inside ovt. MBSS  BLAWCHE ARKWRSCHT, Malo imperoon.-itor, te,IOo.,208., 25g., 50c. Goiitinuous PGfforinance. GAIETY mwk wmm, I'KoviiJKNcr;, K. r. B. V. KKITU............I'ruiirli-lc.r niiil llantiser HEmAW'v^ TEI MOECK In their iii�inil;u' (MCJitlon, THE 'imjSOBS. EVENinOR AT S, Matlncrs Tuesday, Tliursflay niirt rmturday AX o'cSoc.y*. THE BUQU, J�JHIIT.A�JiJ-l-mA, I.'K?.X. n. V. Kr.rni.......................I'mni-lelor K. r. Al.lil;!-;........................M.uuiuer VKKlt OF OCT.   Pflces lOo., 20o., 25o, Conlinuous PerfomanoB. Corner Dover awnVnshlnglon sts. (^.'E. LOTHIIOP.'----.........Prop. Aftd Jrnnnger .Lothrop's Stock.Company, J.,Oorilon Edivi Miss Kate (ilnssforrl (Lends), will produce t snoccsB fromtlie Vlfth Arenno Theatre, J>o Edivardsnnd :e tho erent -------------------.................. ^........,, Kow -York city, the splendid coniert.v-drnum - by Clay JI. Greene, In flvo acts, entitled tho The piny mndo fnmons by 5tr. IleKeo JJankln.  j A splendid cast of chnrncters. All now scenery by Prof. Funis. ./ � '^ . . . OAST I iXcp .MASON, a Bamhior..J. ClORDoir EP-W-AKD? Ales: Fnlrfnx.^tho OoldonGlaiit.. .Clmrlos Bnrrlnger Duncan X.e iMoync, nn advontnrer.-.. .Jinx Kreemnu Jinx,Wayne, a spectre o� tho pn8t..!rrnni;lu Kingdon .lilxby, nn Idle of.GolUonBan...... ..Tos T. Fiinhiri Flynn, a miner.........'WlUInm Henderson Ll&te ,Ttt(!k........................Wnblo Colby ETHEL WATNE.......Miss KATE GLASSFORD Besslolf.ftlrtnx..........-... .Wlss-Annie JIoVoLtth .MrB..JJogg8............ ..Mrs. WlUInm Henderson . Tlme-rl87B to 1884:. Scene-Golden Run, Idaho. !'      . sxTforsisi Acil.-Ooldon Run,Hotel; high old times-among the hoys;, music hiith ohi'inns; "Tour's ain't Uio only root In Idaho to sholtor the innocent and oppressed." Act 2.-Tho Golden-Giant's homei the lovers: Bet's ', head cho.�k;a-block with love, poetry and .Inck I Jliison; tho game of cards;."Aghrablor not the mate for my sister;" "It's no use, .lack, I cnn't trust a ginublor;" ".Aluxl Alex I 'what have you done? saved your honor and lost my friend." Act !).-The Golden Giant Mine; tho plotters plot, tine; "I'll take a solemn oath nevor to pamlilo ajialn;'.' "Jack! -vvou'c you say something;" Llttlo Jack's hook; the bogus hushnnd; the crimes and crlmlnnlsof New York; "You have blQstftd our home-I'll take yours."/ Act4.-,Tnck Mnson's homo; .the ^vondcrfIll off-sprln.c; that bottle; ,7ack'3 dilemma: what ilap- - ,. penoa a vonr ago; "Our man-htge;" "Funny I should forget such a llttlo thing;'' tho star on the arm; naaiu tho crimes and criminals of Kew York; Little .lack makes a disiovory; 8100 for ..' oontompt of court; appearance ot Bixby; "Snakes, scorpions and centipedes I keep them oil;" the villains tolled; ."I'm shcriil enough for you-get!" tho clouds have passed away, sunshine at last. ... IN THE tattooeo half EdwaTd S. 'Willis is one of tlie wonders of tho present ceiitiiry. Uiit oompletely In two somft six years Rihce by a circnliir aiiw, liQ lives today, an exemplitl'catlon of suraienl .skill,. Tilt) remaining portion of liia anatomy at present forms a living picture book. The �worltB of art which decorate the fomi of this �llvlnR example of linnian endurance nro from the neeiUoBof some of the moat expert tattooors lu the world..  , .  , , Tlio strangest and most nnaccountahle thing In conncctinii-sWth Mils lM'J(jc;c:irloslty Is the fiiot that ho not only propels himself iiVioiit on dry land, but has by his fonts Ip the water gained for hlnisclf tho soubriquet of tJie' .    legless SWIiWlER.   . m. T\'itilR wlh' give'e:^blbltlons rif lilfj bMII as fc-natator ntlrequtnt'intwvnla during the afternoon and evening, and ihn truly Avohderful feals whleh he accomplishes lu the briny are certain to croato a genuine sensation.'_ our varietyThis week. Tho IJoston Favorites, Four iloHtoti Boys In an Klegant Specialty, NEEmiATir  AMS, Tho riraf. Trlzo filtctch Artists. Ar.wKiF.T i^uism, . Trick, yiolln .Sololfit. ntnsnxii and vmUAVB' offerlnp this Tvcek Li Tlie Kules of This omce is Positively Pet� ^Ingruder........., .raclcttoK "Perry ijtngle..... Knapbrldtns ilugis'...... Hill Coriiciy........... ).>r. Capsicum -....... SuBfm,hicquemot,...... ..........ToUn PhlUlpfl .. ,. . Charles Jinrnham .....Cameron Clenicns ........ ..Edward CadS ,"....... .Cella Undsny KstellcKeene � Oor. IFnahiHgton and Dover bIb. Tho doors of this grand eslnbllshmeiit open dnlly at 12 noon. Stage iierlovmiinceR cniitlnue from 1 p, m. t , llnvt .V.'i huiivi^i piTS'iii ilui t;ilfur''d vniuu: Iilsh ^-uruall.'vii. 'VriJOM-tH V.. M Uit-It.A'i' (hue. ^iurra.v and .MuipLv', liip mlglu:;! Cul. lilUif.idcv ill -''.H'.r IrJ.-.ti ViiSU-i-h," A c{LENT PARTNER. An riitlr-ly n'"'- ii:nl nrislii'tj ,.i.iiif''iv in n.jtc ai'ts, wniKii by Uirl'sn-i Hull \Viii-,b.w. PKIi>AV hu-A SAVrjJtSAT Evo�lns� ujnd (iaiiiriiu.v .'^aittfiiin'f., tXvi. lo iuiit 1 J , S.!i.,nU luiii I'olUTV niUilarv nl.,y, THE BLUE AND THE BBAY. -\n AiiierliTin ilinmri, ffimdedr.n Int'lUfiite of the Civil vinr. I'rodiu-cil iiiuler iJa* management of Mr. Hurry Wlllir.i.u.- Th8 Abovfl Atlraollons at Regular Pricss. TMUTOH PARK, TUEStJAY,   OCT. 7th. rio-ivlng.matcli........................ ,10 n. m. 'Trial ot working o.xon.....____........10,30 a. m. 'Jrlnl of .ivoiltiiigIioi-fles......1p.m. lixlilbltion of liullB In eattlo' ring.......... a p. ra. , Exhibition of nlUcl'i cows.;.. ..-....... .2;30 p. ra. Joalilos'aioiUcs;......------........�..i.s p. m. Boman standing race..-............ i........4: p. ra. E-thlbition of fat iattlo in the ring..........4 p. m. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8th. Grand oavalcado of Btook.l.............10a.ttl. Hand concert, Fltolibnrg band......,.... 11 a. m. Exhibition of family horses..............11 a. m. linse ball, :^Vhittoton and Now Bedford,.'. .11 n. m. Ilin.vcle race......................... 12.30 p. m. a.no class, trotting, pnrso 0200.........1.30 p. m. 2.B2 class, trotting, purse ,=200.,........... .2 p. m. .Teal.ica' ponies.----........,.........2.16 p. m. Kiinnlng mcu, % mile, pnrso JJIOO......2.30 p. m. Colt race, foals of 18,87, pnrse glOO..... .2.4B p. m. Balloon parachuto .drop........... .3 p. m. THURSDAY, OCT. 9t'h. COVFRKOn'S DAT. nand.copcort, Fltchbtirg ba,nd.....i......10 a. m. I'aniUy lioi-BCS.lady to drive .10.16 a. m. Saddle horaca, lady riders,............ 10.30 a. m. Base bali.Whittenton andTalbots ofFnU:. ni-v:br...........�*.................. .11 a. m. Bicycle races..............� ...19.80 p. m. Dinner In Upper liiiU....... 'I....... ^1 p. m. 2.40 class, tvottingp purso gSpO............ .S p, m. 2;2B class, trotllng and paoing.pursa {1800;2.16 p.m. .lealtles' ponies;.......2.80 p. m, Knniiingrace, 6fnripngs, pnrsoS1C0.....S.4B p.m. Colt race, foals of 1880, purse glSBS p. m. Balloon parachuto drop............. .-...8 p.m. FRIDAY, OCT. loth. , Band Cfonccrt, Fitohbnrg band......, .._Ua..a>i. Base ball, -winners, purse ^126......;   .�. .IS m. 2.^0 class, ti-ottlng.purse g2B0.-......,....�p.m., Fi-ee-for-nll, trotting and pacing, purse ' glOO................................. .S.IB p. m, Running race, 1 mile, purse gl60.......9.46 p.m. Colt race, foals of 1888, piu-se 376........ .Sp. m. Balloon parft,chute drop ........     ,,.... .8 p. mj Sale of Tickets Begins Monday at Tremont Temple. Cap*. FUAWJK X.. mie�, win loaTc - Snow's -Arch- Wharf' Tueaflay, . TLurstlay and ISnturiinj-,,, At..� A'.' M., tor Returning, l$are Portsmouth nt 2i3(J II. m. ��-saraortays,    ' ,,.OCT.5, LAST OPPOETUNITY. Along the North Shore, Beach to liassing Swampscott Thence alonR the" Beverly Farms - Shore, aroirnd'Baker's Ishmfl,'across thc-Bny to the South Shore, jpassingMliioti^sIilght and Nan. tashct Beach to Boston, leaving at 10.30 n. ni., returning about fi p. m. levin's Band. aud. Orchestra. Excellent Meals and Elegant Staterooms, The -noi'ld.reuowncd Trio, Profs. Conant, Foxii'cll and KcUbofr, tho amiisiug aud instructive iuipcr.Houators^ and speclallats, ac. company the trips of tho John P.roohs for tho season. ^       '.    '   ' Fares:  Sunday, Oct. 5-Adults, 75 cts.j Children under 1'2 years,'2Bc. lioiiud trip to- Porisraonth and return, Sl.OOs Children under 12 ycavi, 50 cts. Forall.lnl'ormatloa regarding.freight nui passage apply to , W. K. PRARSON, GenerSl Manager, onico, Snow's Arch Wharf, Atlantic ar. All Atlnntlc a'v. cars pass the wharf. . �     -d8u3t 03 PACIFIC RAILWAY. To A31 Points Jji .the Vestern, SfortHwesiern and Southwestern States,  . ' AX liOW KATIES. TIcltetB good going Oct. 14, and to retuni within thirty daj-s. For Tickets, Ratos and All. Imforimi. tlon iiTito 211 Washington St., Boston. .   �  6210512 EXC&JS^SI.ON TO Fare for tlio Round Trip only Tickets good going Oct.; 14, aiid to return Within 30 days. For tickets and all Information apply to 211 "Washington St,, Boston, Mass, Sale of Ticlcets Begins Monday  at Tremont Teinjac.       ^ CAN- 111: FniSISTIF,]-) WITH .MrcasonaMeiirlcps, J 1,'io Gordon's English Foit Tin; cnu.DPJDi. -\Vc can I'lsn tnrn'sli .ViTnl>ut5, Vcntrlloquljts, tinyilinig cIm- in ilii- l-nuvuiii'ini-ntlini.'. IE. A. �;Oirii{J?|-, iV. BcviiusUij-o HI.., Kooin JO. _________ 'i'hSutt si   ! WSJT TOQAV BATTLE OF" 541 TREMONT ST., BOSTON. dSutf 3y3 24   

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