Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Boston Daily Globe Newspaper Archive: November 16, 1890 - Page 11

Share Page

Publication: Boston Daily Globe

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 16, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                ' '    ^ ' '       ' '       '   '       tTHEj BOSTON STJHDAT GLOBE-SITNDAY/ NOVEMBER 16, 1890--TWENTY-EIGHT PAGES. Special Engagement; for 6 Days Only, &f the Spanish Dancer. VWM. AUSTIN and AL HAYNE8  -   Proprietors and Managers Contimed Success of the I Entoanoes and bewilders all who witness it, Pronotmoed by press and pub-lio to be tie finest illusion ever placed on exhibition. No words, of praise are too extravagant to desoribe it. THE AEMLESS �01TDBE, WSTH HIS FEET He shaves, eats, drinks,, washes, oombs his hair, dresses, - outs,' with knife' and I Boissors, writes long-hand and short-I' hand, draws and does innumerable other things. . Karlavaghn, the only person completely tattooed by eleotrioity, The most beautiful exponent of the tattooer's art, Mile. Oorona, Serpent Queen, �ith a den of monster reptiles, which she handles In a fearless manner. MUSIGAL MAOAGASGARINES, Sudolph and Joseph Liioassie. I A genuine cannibal from the South Sea. JEhs Apnie.Kelson, a charming entertainer, Dapt. Damefev a man'Mth. a , history. Of interest and of a;reat merit. CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINWIENT. Re-engagement of For Positively Only Six Days, During tlio past week thonannds of patrons have boon nnable to witness tho Spanlab skirt and fanoy danoos of tho noted Oyrono. Tho thoatre has been crowded to suffocation at every por-formanoO) and people haye been turned away from the ticket offloe owing to the crowds in the museum, Tho managers do not sell admissions after the. museum Is filled. That tho ozpeetatlons of tho thousands may be gratified, and at the earnest personal solicitation of hundreds, Oyrene has been engaged for tills week at an DTOEEABED SALAET. This will bo your last. chance to seo her. For the better information of, the pnbUoi Oyreno will appoar during the following pBrforman,oo'si commencing at 1,15 p, m,, 3.45 p. m.,'7il5 p. m, and9.45 p.m.. , , Supporting this brilliant star will be .s THE TALENT mOLUBES I The Talented Oomedians,' 9 WALTERS AKTf  GRAY. The Oharming Songstress, LOUISE' LLEWELLY3S-. The Singers and Dancers, BOSEIiAND Aim MOBTOW. The Midget Vocalist, AOTma NELSOK. The Tyrolean Warblor, I*ADE]SrDO�F. The Irish Comedian, MXKE GAI/LAHAOS'. *'The Giddy Qlrl," HAKBY la  MAEB. Tho Sorlo-Oomio, IfBLiilE WILSOK. The Irish Oongrossmen, DSTEBDHAM and JONES. The Mnslcal Genius, , JOSEPH LUCASSng. ,. The Smiling Spnbrette,     :   � ' JULIA BEDMOOTJ. The German Oomedian, CHARLES T.  ADAMS. The Two Stars, GAJSEPBELL AND  BAKEB. The whole to conclude with "FOOLING WITH THE OLD MAN," -BT Tint- NIckeEodeon Comedy Co. OPEtf FROM 10 A. M. TILL 10.30 P. H. )rAsni!rei'on st., neak boyision, bohion. Jjontlmions Ferformanceu. AAmlssfon 10 qts. this week's bill irlll tie foimfl to excel !n variety, merit, general oxcelleucc ana strength ony yet ever present, cdatn popular price Iioiibo in tills or nuy otiicr city In tlie, woriil. First wo Jinve those Incomparably funny nrtlsts, Burry aud Uannou, in (heir very simuslner Irish sketch. They will bo I'ol. lowed by such admitted bril-Hants as Frcy snd Evans, in their new net, "The Haunted House;" fleorgo E. Austin, the pcorlcsii slack wire nrt> ist; Mayniird and Mendoza (positively their last week), in now aerial feats; John and Itcna Saunders, lii character duets; Monroe and Mack, eccentric negro conu'dlons; Miss Alice Evans, in songs and dances; Gouley and Bcl> mont, musical artists; Henry Brothers, character vocalists; Miss Minnie Wdlton, picture, wing and skirt dances; Fred Bonlcy, In feats of Jugglery; A. C. Moore, character come, diau; Miss Myra Gookin, serlO'Comlc; Morris Alkens, Dutch comedian; Miss Ells Reeves, operatic Tocnllst. In"| the MUSEUM and MVSEE the features will be "The Cowboys' Camp," introducing Wichita .lack, In rope throw, ing; Pnwiieo Ohrtrlcy, the great Indian marksman, and San Antuulo Kid; Miss Allc^' Lewis and her den of snakes, oud other novelties. CEhSTLEWIEM'S LECTURE Ked Moii's Hall, 514 Tromont Street Solo Sliiifi;i?�'J, , _____ 7.00 to St), m. SuMfiot.-' 'Xlio Kw Inatl on of our ToiuiB Men by Itetciilur' and 'IrreKjilnr' I'J�y-ilctauB, nuti llfaiv �o Mavo Them." L 1-ian Lttiidla In fluu BoloB. Luotuie, 8 p.m. Free to tose -vrho remain until It Is over. Crowds; go c^"y oraeatfi. , Dr. LanaiB oim onlv lie oonBnUcd, C20 Tremont Bt., Boston. Snturdftve nnrt RIoiidnys, 8 a. iri. to 9 .. m., and SundnvB. i to 6 p.m., tor Men's PlrieuBi'S. ~   ~-----~ -     Maaa., I>r.  and sirs. Lttndib ^vlU nivc their ,8 Ul 1," llKt � Xuosrtay and ' i'ritiirsrtHy, 7.S0 11. m., KoT. 18 and 20, and Woilait'siliiy. ^ov^ 10, two Private I-ecttires-I^Iatltiee. Ludies only, fl.30 p. m.  and HBIS OWN Opera Comaque Coirtipa?iy Proaentlng rinnquolto'a Latest Sitocesa, ( Under the Dlreotlon of Maboob B. Maiiui and OBAiiiisa J. J^vo, COMPANY OF 70.    , RICH AND ELEGANT COSTUMES. ENTIRE NEW.SCENERYJ : ACT I.^Httrbor Of at;;italo, Franco. AOT II.-Ohatenu of KerWgimc-oa-tlio-Bn.y. AOT HI.-Tiio (Governor's Pr^roo attUo iBlandoiC Estrellft, nriar thft MOBqulto Shore. ...... MATINEE SATURDAY OUSLY. Dtiilag tho atove engagement the naual 'Weancaday 'Matlnw "mil bo omitted. XUEiKTriiAR,   IX6I.X.IS  SIT.   TimATKB PSKICUEIS.. OOMMHKOESra MOJiTDAT,  NOV. 17, 1890, And at the'WodnoBday and Saturday Matinees, In a QrandOperatic POLICE DRILL*   Posing, Oanoing, IfagulfloentiOostnmos, matoUosa as tho brilliant snnunor sun,   An Olio of Talented Staia, a soora of Acknowledged Artiatfl, headed by the Qaoon of Bnrlosquo, The groat Hongarian Novelty, O^AISTDA First Appearance In Amertoa, BDBOIiPH Proaontlng their new oot.THE MVSTBIUOUS HAKDOUFF AOT.. "      ' How Is It done?   A ohnJlongo to the doteotlvo and poUoo buroaiu. Tha BenowneiJC Dialed Oomodlaru. men of modem tlmea. Two funny The only appearances In BOSTON of HENRY M. STANLEY will be at MUSIC HALL on the EVENING of TUESDAY, NOV. 18, at 8, and the AFTERNOON of^ATUR-DAY. NOV. 22, at 2.30. The'subjects announced lg(j(; Mr. Stanley for these lectures are as follows: Tuesday eve., Nov. 18, "THE RESCUE OF EMiNj" Saturday afternoon, Nov. 22. "THE GREAT FORESTS. ITS CANNfeALS AND PIO-MIES;tHE MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON AND THE SOURCES OF THE NILE." Tickets now on sale at Music Hall Box Office. Mr'. Stanley Will be introduced byihe Coy-ernor of "the Common-Wealth, Hon. J. Q. A. Brackett. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT - Ar^ rangements havie been made for 20,0 extra reserved chairs on the platform. These will be on sale Monday morning, at 9 o'clock, at $2.50 each. NEW YORK. Of Mr. Stanfey's first appearance in New York the Tribune of that city says edJtorialiy: Tho Metropolitan Opera Houae xtm crowded last ritght fronfi-Btagij to dome with one of the moat brilliant ondlences that over nssomblod In this town; and tho Bununlt CouvnlaBuorit Home ptofltod by tho pltiQsnrablo oxcltetttont of this Boalalundli( tw Torlt & New England 11. K. every TliiirBdny, 12, noon. Each exnarolon In charge ot ta efficient ond gentlemanly excurfilori umnagor. rnllumn and tourist Bleeping cars tliroogh from Boston to Chicago, fan KranolBco and Iajb AngelcB. for rates, naerratton of berth, etc., call on or aildreaaj. C. JuDfiON A CO., 322 WaEhlngton Bt, IlOBtoE. Buly oO "The Battle Scene and the return of troops throtigli Trafalgar Sq^uare' are nigntly received with thunders of applause, while the admirable acting excites the. warmest inter- 00+. "      . : The question lis not, "HAVE YOU BEEN THE SOUDAN, BUT HQW IVlAf^Y TlIVIES HAVE   YOU   SEEN IT?";, TheTfithporformanco of "Tho Soudan" will bo given i:WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 19, When every lady In nttondanoo will receive an elegant eouvonlr In tho form of nh UluotrKtod book, reproduced by tho Boston I'hotogrftvnro Company from drawlnga in oolor by Mr. Sdmylor, MattliowB, Every page \vlU be decorated either irlth oolored, drn-wliigsorfromponnndlnk aUetohes made fiom tho play by the artlnt, who httfl glvon considerable time to sketch on tho BiJot. The text Is by Emily Belluger. TUESDAY - JSostoH rfcJ�Salb�e RaUi'�n. rKICES. Orchestra, 81; Orchestra Circle, 71� cunts; Front Balcony, SI; Balcony, 50 cents; Second llulconv and Family Circle, �5 cents; General AdmUiHion, 50 cts. LAST WEEKS OF WiLL CLOSE IN OECEr^BER. dSutf JyS TrnnP'SOTKSM In relation to crime, education, .d hcidlh, clairvoyance, etc.; t ........Theo. Beudtic 6. Oriental Murcli. > Trio for Two Flutes and Harp, from L'Enfanco du Christ............... tj.....�.....Berlioz llesBrs, KOKCONl, VAN SaNTVOOIID and VAN VEACHTON KOGEKS. Song, "Ave Maria" (with Vlollu OWlguto). Bach-Gonnod Jlrs. AUOE MAY BATES RICK. Orchestra! Funtasle, "Tho Forge In the Forest'" _ MldmellB Boats, 7So., OOc, aSc. Box OOIok opeuatSI*. M. Coucertat'y.  Conbcrvulory students. COLLWJi: W CUtATOlty, iBsueo Dliilomas and Detjreus. .\lso Fine Aria, LlLcrutaie, Lani:imj:�B, Piano anil Orsnn TuDlng. Bii.VliTlFUL ilOJlE tor youni: LuUy .^tudouta. Calendur and Prospectus free. Winter Term begins Nov. 20, ISBO. NEW ENGUNO CONSERVATORY, Boston, Mass. It. TotJiuEi!, Oh:. Caul Faiiltku, Act'g Dir. esiijiw ul5 ESTXEKT AIKTWnSTfT COMMITXEES-Seml lor circilarc of the Klllc Kntertuiners, BEUI llAttiUori, 3 Winter St., iioston.        it' 5,- DESHON SISTERS, .Hungarian Dancers. EMMA REEVES, Mnaloal Artist VIRCIE RISBEE, Orotcaquo Skirt Dancer. PAULINE~RICHARDS, TilO Banjo Queen. ETHEL MORTON, Dancing Spoolultlos.    t DE BARR, In a Saperblty ot PosnirlDgl.   , LAMB, With his Educated aildgota. BARTON AND GREY, In Society Sketches. THE COLDENS, Bapresontatlvoa of Southern Llfo. THi^ MORTONS, ISiJSocantrlo dharaotor Changes. RICHARD~BROTHEftS, Sdonopolizers of Bong and Banoe. MACNOLiA QUARTET, In Wolrd Harmonies. RIPLEY AND RISBEE, Comedy Sketch Duo. GEORGE W. GRAHAM, Black ITaco Comedian. SUSIE FULTON, The Charming Soubretta. TOM  MARTIN, Tho ono ttnd only. HERBERT T. TOWER, Boy Soprano. THE ^gsKMffli Tho rndt'of irohn t, Stoltiara's Iiato Arduoni Euiopeau Travol Oror a Sonts Bxtondlng from Vienna and Ober-Ammergau In tho South to Tlie Land Of the MiiiniiM Sun NEW COURSE OF Already tho iOST COLOSSAL SUCCESS -IS- ir. STODDARD'S PHENOMENAL RECORD. VIENNA, the Paris of German?.   , PARIS in the Reign of Terror. SWEDEN, the Queen of the Baltic. NORWAY, the Land of the Midnight Sun. THE PASSION PLAY OF 1SS0. Tho cxporlencool: the season hgs;: already 8howB;un,jinpreceANKEU____Mlsa Annie M. Clurkii URiVCE HAliKAWAY. ...Jllns Emma V. Slioiidaa PEHT...................Wlas Miriam 0'Lo.iry Eft" Thnrsday and Friday evonlngs at 8, Saturday aitornoon at li. Tltll'LET .................Mr. Geo. ^S^. WllBoa SIR CHAULES POMAKDEK. .Tdr. Eben riymptoli ERKEST VANE............Mr. E. L. Davenport OOLLEY CIMBEK..........Mr. Ueo. C. lUmtfacs OUINN...................Mr. Charles �. Abba >s-AltL..............J ;... .Mr. ,Iuini-5 Burrovv. SOAl'l'K..............Mr. ,1. 11. ISooth I'Eti WOEFrjfGTOS. ..;.. .Mlsa Aiinl.;.M. Clarko MABEL VANE..........MKs Emma \ . --Ijertdiui KITTV CLIVE.............Mas Mlitam O'Leajy MRS. THIELET.............. .-111"^ l^'"" diF- MARTIW GUITAR, S. C. TMOMPSON, KSiuio Stoi*. 61S WiishlnBtoB Street. 18   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication