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Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 2, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE-SUNDAY, NOVEMBER Ss, 1890-TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES/ Their Sing! m AUSTIN and AL HAYNES - Proprietors and Managers L'Aphrodite Surpasses Anything Ever Presentee! to the Public. SO MAHY Gathered together before. They have never been duplicated. m Or, Venus Rising from the Sea, She most beautiful and amazing illusion ever produced. Although you seo n handsome voman rise from the sea ana float in mid-airi you oaniiot solve the riddle. Every detail is porfeot, The great London and Paris snooess. The 'wonder of the 19th oontury. He will be plaoed to the lightj and you can Bee through him- He is a living, athkig realify, OF THE ROPE, Wiohita Jcofc, who uses a wipe with mar vellouE dexterity. (repulsive. THE TURTLE BOY And Arkansas wonder. A royal entertainer A freak of nature that is not Sword Bwallowerj a man with a marvellous stomaoh, Swoids, razors and bayonets are swallowed by him, THE LEOPARD BOY, , A youth ohanging from blaok to white presenting a wonderful appearanoe, A man who draws big spikes from a board with his teeth, 1 Christian and Nova Zelerloa, The only Amerioan born brother and sister. She only male Circassian on exhibition. THE JOSEPHY BROS. They are the finest mandolin: artists in their line, and every touch of an instrument gives a breath of melody, ALSO MAY BE SEEN THE WAX STATUARY, TEE PUNCH AND JUDY, THE FLORIDA EXHIBIT, SECOND SMHT SEEttESS, AND MANY OTHERS. YOUR LAST CHANG TO SEE THE FIFTH AND LAST WEEK -of tub- Unprecedentedly Successful Season of Minstrelsy. THE TRIUMPHANT TROUBADOURS Bid farewell to the SCENE OF THEIR GREATEST TRIUMPH. A GRAND VARIETY COMPANY Will altornate with the Minstrels, Both oompanies will include this grand array of talent i JOSEPH MORGAN, GUS MEEHAN, FRANK REHFEELD, JAMES STANLEY, ROBERT TYRRELL, GUS RICHARDS, WM. B. LEROY, - BURT LAWRENCE, CHARLES WILLIAMS, PHIL GLEASON, TOM LOGAN, BARNEY MURRAY, FOX AND WARD, BILLY DIAMOND, DAN COLLINS, THOMAS WELCH, PATRICK McGLONE, LUCY LUCILLE, KITTLE RANDOLPH, JULIA REDMOND, FRANK GRANGER, LEW BAKE.R, JAMES CAMPBELL, ROBT. WILKINS. FEATURE OF THE MINSTRELS: An old-timo Southern soene by the original Billy Diamond, entitled "MISSISSIPPI BY MOONLIGHT, - � -on- � PASTIMES ON THE LEVEE." With new soenery, painted espoolally for this oooasios by Al, Phillips, introducing novel of-foots, new songs, new dances, new jokes, sew oostumes, etc SPECIAL.-Patrons wishing to hear any particular ballad by any member of the Minstrels will please leave the name of the song required at the tioket offloe. ABiSffiX & BOHOEFFEIi.... Props, and Managers THIS WEEK OBIT. The Most Remarkable Comedy Success on Record. IiBBt Seven Times This Season, HOYT'S MASTERPIECE. Tho Election Kotnrns will be read from tlxo Stage on Tuesday Niarit. Monday, Nov. lO-KOSDTA VOEES. Three Comedies, "Percy renflragon" (new here), "A Double lesson,'' and "liy lord In livery," at each performance. JLBKEY *. Catliu, The Treiaont Theatre Orchestra, Mr. Loon Kouch, Mr. J. Frank Donahoe, Mr. Win. Seymour, The Irwin Sisters, and Mr. Charlie Heed. The performance will begin at 8 o'clock. Entertaioment Committees Furnished with the highest class artists, Including fciuslcal Artists, Illusionists. Conjurer*. Marionettes, Concert CompiuUes tuid bt&rcopiticou Kutextaiii-incuts. THE ENGLISH PU^CH AND JUDY. ,Jubi llw Umiv, U> oil-use \Ut- ohildryn, Tho UlRtifcbt testiiituniuU Ut.uu un I'Xpv'ricaet! of 11 vtsri. R. A. GORDON, 15 UiJVtm&EiU'c St.. JUUiom tit. *~~~ HANI) JK"o K (' 1 i fiSTUA,- BOSTON MUSIC HALL WEEK BEGINNING NOV. 10,1890. A GRAND -IS AID Otf- WOMEKT'S Educational and industrial Union. Consisting of a Bazaar. Tableaux. Ball. Bazaar. Tableaux. Maypole Inn! Music Day and Evening! Dickens' Characters in Costume! TICKETS NOW ON SALE. Scale of .Trices i Beacon tickets to Basaar, 81: single tickets, 2Bo. General admission to Tableaux, 60c. j reserved seats, El and SI.DO, according: to location. Children (at the matinee), one-half price. Single tickets to the Ball, 81.60; with reserved seats. 82; ticket admitting two ladles or gentleman and lady, 82.60. BOSTON MUSEUM. Manager.-.. ........Ma. E. M. Field "GLOEIOUS OLD COMEDIES." THE OOMEDT SEASON, Opening THIS WEEK with Sheridan's brilliant comedy, TKE SCHOOL FOR SCABTDAX. GSr-THE CAST.^jES Sir Poter Teazle................Mr. Chas. Bnrron Charles Surface............ .Mr. Eben Plympton Joseph Surface............ .. Mr. E. L. Davenport Sir Oliver Surface......... . .Mr. Goo. C. Boniface CrabUeo...................Mr. Geo. W. Wilson Sir Benjamin Backbite...........Mr. J. B. Booth Cireless......................Mr. Hat Hart wig Moses........*...............Mr. Kenneth Lee Trip.......... Bow ley....... Snake........ Lady Teazle... Mrs. Candour.. Maria...... Lady SneerwelL. . .Mr. Charles 8. Abbe ... .Mr. JamcB Burrows ..Mr. H.r.Whlttemore . .Miss Anhle -M. Clarke . .. Miss i'anuy Addison .....Miss Agnes AcreB . Miss Kuto ltyau Evenings at 8. Wednesday aud Saturday at a. ESr-JTEXT WEEK-Momlay uu y codling, or addtcssiug thy troi'ewur at Wlnslow Ihnk. AUullssiou. 25s.; Reserved Seata, BO-.\; Bui SeuU, SI; Full UtfX. WcotutliudatUi)! g&. K.xltibltlOkU at B.ia. Currbg^i. ua>y U ordursd -s 10.15. Beyond a. sliadow of doubt tho Dntortaiumoiita presented at this plaoo far oxoel in quality, morit, Loatnoas and exoellonoo those given at any similar plaoo of amusement in the world. Thore is nothing too high olttssod for this house, and Are constantly on the alort to seoure the very best attraotionB, rogardlosB of salary and presenting their aots with every needed embellishment. Wo thus give a dollar performance for ten oentB, virtually giving away tho dollar to our patrons, For this week the spoolal attraotive features Tho fearless and graoeful "QueenB of the. Air," MATNARD AND MEND0ZA, who will presont for the flrottime to the publio, after months of arduous praotloo, their new Aerial Aot, In this aot they are Now and daring feats never beforo attempted, and the aot promises to create a most deolded sensation. In every foaturo this now aot ia Beyond any yot Boeu on tho stage, In addition to thoso artistes will appear ZAMA0HI, the Japanoso Lady Magiolan, who will present her bewildering foats, turning iron into And othor rnarvollonB transformations, The FAENUM BR0THEKB will bo soon in an acrobatic aot i J, H. JENNINGS, in banjo fioloo | QUIGLET AND EDWARDS, in character ohanges | JAMES F. PARKER, iu neat Bongs and danoesi PROF, MoGILLEY'S "Shadowgraph Studies |" FRED BARTON in a musical aot | 0HAS, H. DUNCAN, in new oomio Bongs, including "What the Brung to Me|� 00NLET AND FRANCIS, in a eooiety sketch | Mioo NETTIE BOND, serlo-oomio j LESLIE AND COLLINS, in their new "Crauy" aot| FADTiIlTE FAVART, Bong and danoo artiste] BARRY ARNOLD, oomedian, in his aot, "JuBt Herself." In tho Museum Mile, ZOE ZOLETTA introduoeB her snakos, SAILOR MUTTLER shows tho possibilities of a penknife in an artlstio hand, and SIGNOR MAZZOCHI and his bird oreatos a great deal of In their very olever aot. There will ho a Snorod Concert this evoning, at whioh OHAS. H. DUNCAN and other popular vocalistB aud musioians will appear. A Special Performance will be given onTcssday evening, beginning at 10.30, when the latest election returns will be rea d from the stage. Twen^s~f're~e lecture Maj. J. B. POND lias the lionor to announoe Two Leotures only as above by the Great Explorer, FOUND AND RELIEVED DR. LIVINGSTONE; FIRST CIRCUMNAVIGATED THE GREAT LAKES OF CENTRAL AFRICA; FIRST REVEALED THE EXTREME SOUTHERN SOURCES OF THE NILE; DISCOVERED THE ALBERT EDWARD NYANZAj FIRST TRACED THE CONGO TO THE SEA; CREATED THE CONGO FREE STATE; DISCOVERED THE MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON And Rescued Emin Pasha. Nov, 18, at 8 o'olook, Inn 11 � ...... !l L!.. Jilted Men's Hull, J G14XreniontSiiewt. i\ Solo Militrtns, 7.30 to 8 p.m. Ltfoturu htgitis 8 p. m., slutrp. Ku hoj-s allowod. Lllltun Lunula will alng, V.yO to 8 p. m., from "La Sonmlmlsllilt,", "Cuelioo riong," eti-. Lt'cturo to g�uts only, a p. si. Subject: "'All l'hust'S oi' iluii-hood'a DecxK uud Kuture'ti only Ilytundy to .Solidify llw liody aud fcoid." Uo early for seats. 'ItiUi is tliti beat atittsoti tor our X�efor.n Medical Xi'eatiutmt. Ofiitlcmen, consult Wit. LAN 1)13, ttaturdays nud Moudaya. from S a. m. nil U p. in., untl riondavo, 1 to 3 p. ut.. tit hia otllce. ti2(\ Titiiwut St., Uoatoii. UK. LAXD18 ami wll't will lecture imd Blug in LOWELL, Nov. 18. iu nud 20. LAST WEEKS CF will close 1.1 december. turday Afternoon, Nov. 22, at 2.30 o'olook, Great Forests of Central Mrica. Its Cannibals and Pigmiss, the Mountains of the Moon and the Sources e fine. TICKETS, $2,50 & $2, ACCORDING TO LOCATION. ^Xj-^KT 2T" EJ^-Xj23 : Xii response to iuiii)Lt>crl ulo at tUe l�ox Oftice on and after MONDAY MOltMNO, Kov. lO. Mr. Ktunley will X�e intr^clicced by Mr. ^aauuel JL. Clemenw (JU uric fTwntu)* _OZUJ>)V. I�OXI>. l.ocja^lHiiufier. SAVE$43^0^oXALIF0RNIA. J. C. Jud.suu A'. L'o.'s personally oonilu vv Vorl * Kew fcujlauU K. K. tvery Tlmtsdiiv, 12. n�on Euoli excursion lu obai'^o or an ,'lnoitrut uud ^auUo ly mt(E ELITE E-VXJiKTAl.V.iatK glvuds- A btjllliul, toUnoa ollUi'tli ov lo.Uoctt'.MUSUa.eUli. , COMMENCING NEXT MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 3. TW83Kr, THE IMMENSE EUROPEAN OPERA AND SPECTACULAR COMEDY COMPANY. The ton smallest actors of the world, from 18 to 43 yoara of ago, and from 28 to 38 inohea tall. Direct from the tVSetropolitan Opera House, New York. Tour Under tho Dlreotion of AL, HAITIAN. lOO--^JEL1?Xi3>'%?&-lOO Prcaontlng tho Grand Speotaonlar Comedy-Drama, with Ohorna and 'Ballot, in 4 Acta, 0 Tableaux by Eobort Broitonbaoh, Corner Dover and Washington Sts, OvB. IiOTHBOP...rroprtotor and Mftnag� WEEK OF UOV. 3d, LOTHRQP'S STOCK COMPANY In Uie Sensational Drama, In 6 note, by JOHN A STEVENS, entitled 8 With Entirely New and Magnifioent SCENERY AND DECORATIONS, Gorgeous Costumes and Properties. Tlie new soenery of the first aot: "The Workshop of the Automaton Man-ufaoturer," and "Nuptial Pairy Festivities," as also those relating to the last aoti "The Wandering Wood," supplied from the Atelier of Mr. Trans Komolossy, Vienna. Tho soenery of the seoond, third and fourth aots: "The Magnifioent Parlor of a Millionnaire," "The Paris World Exhibition of 1889," and "The Eiffel Tower," "At the Arotio Pole," "The Palaoe of Games," "The Lake of the Woods," supplied from the Atelier of Mr, Franz G-ruber in Hamburg. The ladies' dresses and fantasy oostumes exeouted in the Atelier of Mrs. Sophia Klein, Berlin. The gentlemen's oostumes of the property man, Pieper, of the Eoyal Theatre, Berlin. Tho New York press says of the Lilipntiansi Thoy aotod bo ounningly, and did bo many things whioh wonld ooaroely bo oipeoted from performers with even six foot to their orodit, that snob, of their andionoe as wore women sinv " oonld not help falling in lovo with them,-N. HERALD, From the oud of tho first aot tho snooess of the Llllpntians was sottlod. They are tho novolty of the day and the biggest hit of years.-N. Y. BALLY MEWS, On tho whole tho ontortaimnent is thoroughly enjoyable, Mo hotter porformanoe oonld ho given for tho jnvonik portion of tho oommnnlty. Mammas and papas with their olive brauohes ought to paok Hiblo's for the next few weeks, -AILaYdALE, II. Y. EVENUJa WORLD. "Tho Pupil in Magio" has oroatod a veritable sonsation in New York. , , . To Bum up, it is a grand suoooss, and the tiny aotors and aotrosses are bewltohing, Whether you undor-Btand Gorman or not| you will enjoy tho play.- IT. Y. MORNING JOURNAL, ON tuesiha.y EVEXISS, NOV. A, PULL ELECTION EETUBNS Will hegivon from tho Stage. HVHNIN�S at T.4G. MATINUUS. WEDNESOAY and SATV��A.X at S. PKICBS, 81.SO, HJIl.OO, Wc, fiOc, SSo._ NEW ARTISTS. ACTS. TREMONT ROW -SGOLLAY SQUARE STONE & SHAW ...... Proprietors and Managers For the Week Commencing Tomorrow, 3, 1! Witt the following Powerful Cast of Cnaroetons HAROLD MEimiBIMGHT, afterwards the _ "Onlcnown"..........J.CORDON EDWARDS JacK Salt, a breeze from tho ocean, Charles Barrlngo* Albert StormMng, Bossio"B sweetbeait, _ Harry Olomen� Arnold Tyson, alawyor., .Walter Owoa Br. Itlchard lirlnkton, Bessie's guardian, Jos. T. Fannin Pat, an Irish eorvant...�........Wm. Henderson. Jimmy, a London nicltpookot... .Frnnois Kingdon BESSIE MEBBIBBIflHT, HaroW's sister. ^ KATE GLA88F0BB , Louise, a saucy moid............Annie MoVolafc Annetto, Mend o� Besslo...........EsteUo Keoiif Sncnred for, unplUcd, no plodded alone, oreatuio of Ooa-forsaken, "onknown,T TIME, 1874-NEW TOBK. Act 1. A Itttvor IHTystoryv Act a. Tlio UiUtuowii. Aot 3. Btor Faithful Servant. Aot
Ml*N?> U1LLESOS, SupU.Dtf7 WWiUluyloU bt. BuTk'tl^ UU lOSEPH PROCTOH Si Houl iil I�vw.�uitUo Art �utl %*ravlU>ul l^lm utitai. Btmuutr wulwtaWv. Tiiuruti';!-, UVUliwU lui Stttgt! UUd IVnUUUl. AdvUUC^d l'.il'U� ivL'Witiu^UdfdUi uuinu^r�'jf UitUU'ta ulid (�laLti-nn X ouulw li&e ultASiaxui *\\ �ult� & 1l* Boston & Portsmoutfi S, S. Go. teamerJoIinBrook C�Ilt. 1'HAVK L. 1IIIU>, Will leave HmuvS Arch \Viiarl Tuesday, Tbursday and Salurdsy, Al O A. M., tor PORTSMOUTH. I'.tturalui:, lrave l'uruuiuulb at y. ni. same tin)*. Vint uiuslt', KxrcUeut Kcab oud Klessnt SWIflOtlUls. 1 uiv^: Kuuud trip to l'ortiutoum uud return, (>!.uu; Cklldreu uudti' VI jviit�, auc.s. lurali tuluruiaUum ifeurdlu;; ireiKtii nail VMutgc uuuly i� W. t, l'lUUStJ*i, srral Mivansef, OilUcbJiint'sAiva WUarf, AlUutie av. All AWaulic �v. t*i� (uua Die nhiUl. ORABTO SAOXtED COVCEttT, An unquaUed array of selooted artists la gnuiurre �C great oxcelleuse, moludlnf Toeati instrumoutal soloists. ADMISSION, 10 OEJST8. BESEBVED SEATS, 10 OBNTS EXTB% evuuy six�r�AX isvxanaw ; GRAND lUSEOlf Wasbtiiirtoiu Cor. Hover St. Lothrop's Providence Umm, \ Providence, B. L, Westmtnster st j LOTHROP'S STOCK COMPANY. In the Bomantlo American Drama,ln four 4 ' i" MA Kg PIUGE, Esq., cnatled. OS tSBW Portland, 5Ie- j a.�. lothsoi^____. Ti pf-n i iiiTTinurr \ The Only Theatre In PorOaaA, Monday, Tuesday and WcfinetO^s^ Kov. 3, 4 and 5, ; UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. ] O. H. COKi................~m oaKiutsaat-i Friday and Saturday, MISS MAUD BANKS i Thd hbm Attraations at Repiat Nasi, 38
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