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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 5, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE BOSTON SUNDAY G^LOBE--SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 181)0-TWENTY-FOUli', i-^AOES. 11 On three afternoons 7491 Souvenirs were presented^j to the lady visitors of th :3 msii The fairest of fair women. fi.n original genius, who performs on every known musical instrument. A man marvellously small, Nature's Ideal Liliputian. In a now disjogue, by Prof. Washburn. A novel seance by  J.Iiss Margaret Hay.deui The finest groups ever on exhibition. tni-tfiHniiKiiKiKiiii�nwaiBTCJW tie flomiia exhibit, A rareoollaction from a Soutliorn clime. CONTIfiUOUS ENTERTAINMENT. WEEK  OF OCT. c. Eotnra of tho favoiiteB, tho Aftor a moat suooenafnl trip througli tho Woat nnd Sonti, nndor the maiiagoinent of MosjrB. Anstinftud Hnyuoa. All tho'old favoritou �rill nppoiir, for a short soaoon only, Intrortucing'iicw Bongi), fresh oomlaalitlos niid a brilliant olio. The finest oingors in the world. TRdlH^PKANT TROUBADOURS. JOSEPH MOKGAlSr, GUS MBEHAN, FKANK BEMFIELI), JAS. STAJfLEY, IIOI3T. TYRIfcEIvL, GUS KICHABPS, WM. LB ROY,   . EUKT liAWBBNCE, CHAS. WILiIilAMS,   . PHIIi GLEASOW, TOM LOGAN, BABNEY- MUBBAY, And tho popular oomodlans and oud mon, FOX AND  WABD. Alternating idth this gigivntio aggio/jation, porformnnooa t/IU bo given hy a oaiofnlly aelootod ALL STAR SPEGJALTY CD. CHBISTIE & PEABL, In their own apeolalty, entitled "An Idea of Onf Own," MUNROE  & FITZGEBALD, The kiuijo of high klokorB, TOM .IIEFBON, The greatest one-legged song and donee artist in the �world, MILLIE IIABRISOK, In ohaiming aongo and dnnoes. THE  SISTERS FLOOD, ,   ^     Ducttiats par oroelleat. '   JOHN   WILD, Banjo and mandolin Boloiat, J.   H.   GRAHAM, Deaoriptivo, ohnraoter and topical Tooalist. THE EDISONS, Hnaioal shotoh artista,. FOFB  BRIGHT STABS, JAS. OAItPBELL, LEW BAKEE, JULIA UED-MOND, EBW, HAEVEY, In spooialtioB of their own, NICKELODEON COMEDY CO., � In a roaring farce, OPEN FROM 10 A. M. TILl 10 P. M. ST. THEATRE. IS.\.A C D. men.........Proprietor and llnnnger LAST WEEK,   i JT, ,6, MOITDAT EVEiraa-. STf ElOi SUCCESS, In the Grci'.t Hit of liondon and Chlcngo, AnEieelleiitOraniatlcCfunpany Kew niMl Elabor.itc Svcnery, Handsome Cosluniing, Grand Stage Effects, "TLc Storming of the Bastflc" Jfntional Guards and People. MATiNFi SATURDAY- ONLY AT 2. KciTiiliir IIhIIIr St. Tlicatro Z>riccc. Ccinmrurti'? .1tO>-n.ir, Oct. 1.1, D.AXIKL rROJf-�JIAX'S.N. V. I.VClirM TIIKATJtIC CUMI'ANY In Sail! of sial:! Tlirr.SDAV, O.-l. 11, i:l 8 A. 51. The oliU'Ft und ino/ii f.iioccfii^Iul hchool (.f itN ItiTnl In Uiv country,  'iht' y . J't^monrttnalun Iccuiri-t-'.viU dct. irO.  rrlvmc i.'-iioii Ih tltfclnU'h'.  'lilt' !U'li(n,'l ivillljo umipr ili*-? iu,'irji;fjjtt'iil ot Mi^.f, Id,-. A. >l;iy:i:ir'i. \W suct-c-M.-liil BUi'crlijieml*-iJl J'T ilif I'lPi 0 yo.^l^. .V6clB:;iMt, Mvf.. Ciirrlc M. DcarLjoni, liitu iirtnr.liuil t'l lite iJtitiulI (.'on],in;; Sfl.i.!.iL .Vrluivss for i;lvoul.-,ri; _BOBlon CuohiJip ,Sr.hriol, 174 TrtnioittbU " 2D WEEK OrHYPNOTISl JlluRtrated   by  rrot', Ciirr-enter, CHICKERIKG IfS Tretnnut fif.  iiverj-iiJ"bt fJife Heck. ST. THEATRE. ISAAC 11. JtlCH,..... I'roprletor and Mnnogor tJOMMKlrCIIVO- V 5 DANIEL FROHIMAN'SNEW YORK In tUoIr r^ntcst nnd Grcatcut Success, BY BELASCO & BE MILLE. CrowieJ Houses Everywliere. Sale or Scats TJniradny, Oct. S), nt 8 A. M. iEM'S FREE LECTURE BR, LAIIS A gciillemau ilnniitijd trdOO Ui mnl;e iliia ooiueo free, but IncUrit aot to be ivdmUtcd. D14 TreiiKiiit Bticct. SJoXo Slueinsr, 7.:J0 to 8 p. m. Ij . in., f-tinrp.    'No boyH itrtowi'd, RubjiTt--Moilufi OpfTMull  of Jxn.l i\nd IJve I'tKiil upon Iho K;viniUI(*fs itiiit I'voiiensllli's, ur     the Thiiikli:;! iuifl Aiiliniil llriilUB." lio ciirlv for eenU. Crutnled liull, L'r. J.AXm.s' Mp(lir;ilOi7lcft,02CTrcmojit �t., in5s-toii. Oonllumcu's tirticn hfmnr: KjUTh ftoturdftj" a� . in. nempmber thvb^ dayaaud lioiirs. Wantttt, mtspon-ilblo lt-(;ture munapur lo balanoo of each TverU throxigh tJie �u- i:n;;liiud Siatet. Share piodte. W-U U'^lurc for bcncUta. It* WM. IKAnxiIS.........................................l�roj|iviotor and Miiiinftor ONE WEEK OfllY, GoinmQnciiig MONDAY, OCT. 6. RSatinaes Wednesday' and ZaM^i Goes the poyjilarity of the Absolutely the Largest and Grandest Spsoia!!]/ Gosiipany Ever oonoeiYocl and tourod tlirougliout tho country. Headed by the most popular of ail Irish Comedians, the public's favorite. Tlio lloflnod Insfrnmcntatlrtts, tUo Fnmous Tfirpslohornnno, SISTEMS-C�ULS(DiV.   � Tho I.iato.st, XovtUy in Iho Tnwlovlllo rtu Acrobat., CHAS. HARDilMG AWiD LBTTLE AH SID. The Two rrclMols, mmm nmmmn. The Origlniil nnd PoptxliU' ArttRta, Alf Wiltoji & Mile Welsou, tSojIon's Ifttvortto, Tho Itoflned Cliuniotcr Clinngii Ai'tlsta. Th� Ethiopian ComfiiUnn.' , |       Tho Charmlnn; nntl DaBhlng Oomortlcnno, fisheh Am clam. MISS LOTTIE mm. .The aionnrch ,TugBlor, The whole to conolnde with tho One-Aot Mnslcal Comedy, Introtliidng .tllBS r,OTTIE nvr.>15 nnd jMr. HAimv KKIJNISLL. Tho fthovo Comedy produced with Hpccliil Scenery nnd SlechnnlcHl Kffcotfl, malting It tho foaturo of Ihoportoinmnce. KHXT WKliK, commencing Oot. 13, w. W. roWBllS In the ovor-popniar Irish Drnraa, TKEM^NT now ,S? 'Y AlfTEltl'IKCES. OPERA rnoOTOM A MAKHFIELD.. rrop'B and Wnnagora ONE  WEEK,    MONDAY, Oommenoing Oct. 6, In a new play, written eijircsaly for her by L. R. Sliewell, Esq., AVTHOK. OF "SHADOWS OF A GREAT CITY," ANXIE WAltD TIFFANY. .n�. .PEGGY LOGAN (The Fnllhfiil Irish Snrae.) Snperb Cast.   Elaborate Scenic Kffocts. I'CRELT AX AMERICAN PLAT. EvenlngB, 7A5.   Jlnllnecs, Tncs.. Thnrs. nnd Snt at 2. Best Orch. Stuta, 50c. Ollierj, SOc, aOc. KKXT ) MISS MAllOlIEllITE MSH week)      ekma, xxie elf. SANDERS THEATRE, CADIBKIMOE. Bostoi Siiliiy Orcloil Mr. AKTHIJlt nimCIMCK, Conductor. EIGHT CONCERTS, Oil Thumdnv ovpn^nffs, Oct. 16, Nov,  Ht.   T^VHSu ellO TIGKTS G090 30 DAYS. A spoclnlly noniiucted pnrty of cnpll^llsls and nx'cBiotrt w111 lc:ne lloaton ' fiecnre your accommodattonB enrly of R. ff. Tn(>.MKSOIf, or C. E. MrPnE!WON, 206 Wnshlncton St.,        211 WnalilnBttin St., XlOttton. lit'fllon. EUGENE TOMPKINS____Proprietor iind Mnnngo: "VTooU of Oct. n. , AU we toll yon today In that COLLIN.'} nnd WELCH, two greiit favorites, bring thoir Speoliilty Company, which Include! l-ATNAUDE, tho Fronoli E rA FIG TItl'E, all remain ono wcolc longer. Tonight at tlio Ornud Nacrocl Coilcort, WM, F. DENNY, tho old-time favorite, appears, coming cspoclaUy from New York, lo ceiitH admits to all. Monday, TuBStiaj & Wednesday Evenings, at 8 O'clocli, Dot. 6, 7 and 8. FREE ILLUSTRATED All T.dcturcK MasntQceiitlf Illnstrnteil by tUc nnt^st Impuned Slercoptlroii, witb a I'l'ofiisliiit of JJ!s80lvlng Tlftifs, Colorcil Ijy tnc Ureiitcsl ArtlBts. ADMISSION TO ALL LECTURES FREE. A fund hiiB boon upproprlul^id for dcfrirlnR nil the ^�^t:n��Ilrt(�� ol' the hictiireu by Or. (Anciio. Ibii vml-nciil pnyrilciiin, III i.bP '�.uroor all forms oi chronic or llnfuirinc diseases. Owing t:iUiiil. Irtie of cha.rj,M;, pfrwoiially or by b-ltcr, �t. bin olllcc, 34 'JcnipJft i'l�r cn liH 2'. ih U'otiloii (11th v*-ar) on Mun-day fveiiliig, Oct. i(, 7.:u� o'clock, nt Z4 Keu'x Bt., np'pi.'r ball. Tlie iutinibt?rahl]i it) optn to young laun of l;ofltr.a nnd vbiliiUy. l''�'ef. nr-ndual. Apply at hall.  I'er order oxecitvive cununlttot!. I:^OIt SAI.t;-Two coild ftc-ats fot star course: ^ uv. in�r cjin'T use; co6t gS, sell lor ip6.  Addrcis S Last Two Nights. Farewell Performanoes. �BogiiiB Tomorrow, Monday Evening, Oot. 6, Karl, JTaoDonald nnd Barnnboo.....Proprlotora. Last appearance In Boston this Senson. TOSIOEJIOW, Monday Evo'ug Ootoher 0, TUESDAY EVE'G.l OCTOBER 7. LAST NIGHT. TifATO Firat. Appearance, MU. TOM KjlLUXi. J At r,OWEt.I......................oot. 8 At I.E^VIStTOKf, ato..............Oct. � At roK'r)I,AXH, IWe... .Oct. lOnnrt XX At POllTSMOttTM.............Oct. la At CHKLKKA...................�ct. � �. .*.t WAf^TlS.VM.................Oct. 15 A< MAXCHESTK!!:, -V. �......Oct. 1� At TinOtlKTON................Oct. 17 At �'BW BBOFO�l�............Oct. 18 mmm mam. .*.1!BEV Si SCnoEFFKL.....Props, and MMWgi.�r3 TOMOKMOW KlOHT AT 7.48. HatTtr ocliU Ptirise SIOOO. Harry Wilkes, record 2.13Va-RoBallnd Wilkes, record 2.14V4. Friday, Oct, lo. i.2R classs, 1'roltlnR. 11 entiles. 2.34 class, Trotltns, 34 entries. TKAisrs. TrnlnE le.ive Boston A; Lowell depot for Myotlo Park Btatlon at 12.10,1.40, and 2 p. m. Keturiihig at n.02, J^.40, f.nrt O.iiii p. m. The I'.M.'i tiMln from Lawrence, and 12.10 train from Lowell, w lU stup nt Mvatle Park stjillon. Ite-tuniing at t^. 20 p. m., fi>r all Northern stations., Horse ears leave .^icoUays^., ei-erj- 30 mlnntes. Korics Ciillod nt 1.30 |i. xn., ADIiSSI0li;^ vl st. Siul^ XTiilt To Albany, down the lliulsoa Illver by Steamer. Fivni } to B0ST9I Tuesday, Oel. 7, 1880, i For nduittoiinj tiift>5 (nation, Llrknta,  y �^ns Amuot.aia�L Uuicau, v.'U Court s*.    It*   

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