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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - December 14, 1890, Boston, Massachusetts                                THE:�BOSTON SUNDAY GtOBE---SUNI)AT, BECEMBER. 14, 1890-~TWENT�-EIGHT /PAGES.' 11 CROWDED SIX CAY RECEPTIONS TO THE MOST JPECIIEM OF HIS �RACE, THE UNIVERSAL -bPINION: OF ALL THAT HIS LIKE N���R SEN HIS SIUCEN  MANE AND TAIL Tffi.: EM�I- AND AllIHATION OF THE LADIES. PROMINENT HORsirtEN SING LOUD  HIS PRAISES. HE IS THE PET AN> DELIGHT OF THE CHILDREN. EVERYEOBH SHOULD SEE THE raOROUGfHBRED STALLION EVER EXHlijITED IM BOSTON. SPECIAL MATINE^ FOR THE BENEFIT OF !   LADIES, CHlLDRtN AND FAMILY PARTIES. IS 16 HANDS HIGH, WEIGHS 1435 POUNDS. Length of Foretop . . 8 ft. 9 In. Length of IVIane ... 9 ft. 9 In. Length of Tall .... 12ft. Sin. BE SURE AMB~SEE MM. THE  OHAEMrtir(J   MAMMTH  DIAMOND FASHION PLATE-TOIteTTES BY WORTH 01- PAI .1 E.u'�.niym; AND HEE. OANARX, BIRD CpPPODKOME, nTBESAEKABLE FEATS OF LEGEIDEMAIN STiAyS'MNflpD PIGNOB liEOHT, IMPEESSAHO. COnflEDY COTEiRiE. JOHN  MANNiNC, TANKEK COMEDIAN. ILLIE  DAWSON, GAIETY SKIKT DANOEB. PROF. SEiCS, ASTD HIS CKAYON SKETOHIirO. �   � �ELLA -FAYf QUEEN OF ISURLESQUH. NELLBE" SINCLAIR, AND HER DOG CIRCUS. FIELDINC & WALKER, SOCIETY SKETCH ARTISTS. IVIITCHELL & LORRAINE, THE INCOMPARABLE SKETCH DUO. LA BELLE BBJOU IN SONG AND DANCE. LAVEii^DER & THOMSON, IN FLASHES OF WIT AND SONG. CONLY & FRANCES, SONG, DANCES AND REPARTEE. PACY & HANLY, COMEDY DUO. ED & CARRBE DE HAAS, IN A REPERTOIRE OF WONDERS. w|slidUiston St., Near Boylst^u. PEFlFOpNCES FROM 10 A. M. UNTIL 10 P.M. ABMBSION......:......TEN CENTS. TheiJnngemontan-nounccMitli pleasure the ro-cgngomeut for one ^v(k moro oi CHA8. ifvlio.bobnd a eliaUow of a douMs thestrong-est manjie world lias ever 6^, and who will conjiu'o to Break brseshoes with hlgh'andB. In ddltlonAe will lift heavy weiits and give Dthor exjbltlons of Btrength tet JuetlflcB hla claim jlihe Utle of TheMoifl^ Bamsou Tblii wlU \f the last chance to Bfi this phy-Blcal wontr, as ho ^rtll not |!ay again thin Beaaorb Boston, KB he leavei In a few aaya for Eippe. Museum a| Musea. Among tlifoaturea of the maV attrnc-tlonfi that ^1 be on cihlbltlon tlB week wlUbe       L: ZOME A'SA-EI., the Clrcosfilaf Qneen. Purling V^ater, Jieautlful Undian Maiden.       : Mllo. ATAtlE, Snake Enchaitross. cd CO 3 co rrj =J. 03 1a3 In addition WlU appear one of tbo finest Btago bills over presented at this place. KEWNEBY  and SINOtAIIt, In their Teutonic Sketch. mm BROTHERS, In ft Character Specialty. Miss Georgle Marsh, la Swell Imperaona-tlons. Boahan and Dakin, In their Society Sketches. HARRY LEWIS, Eccentric Female Im-pcrBonator. C. L, GREGORY, In Feats of Balancing. WILLIAM HAFFORD, BttUadlst. W. F. DENNY, Comic VocoUst. Miss Nora l^lurtha, Irish Vocalist. Green and Lawson, Breakneck Song and Dance. Edgar and Curran, the Irish Ooiulemcn. Miss Nellie Bankson, the Dashing Seriocomic. GEORGE HARDING, Comedian. FRED ALLEN, In his Funny Specialty. GRAND SACRED CONCERT. At tlie Sacred Concert this evening, an tmiisiuiUy BtronR jiro-i^mninio of voirat and insirument.:!! luuflic ^^-111 be prefientea. THKESl XJlCTURES AKE) COXCEK.T 1, LIDIS Ited Mru's JEIall. rjl4Trcinont Street Good niLiatr, 7.oO tu 8 p. in. Xlu'co filiiri lilu&ti-iitccl Scriiiosis to both BBxiis. liriUlftit Bolo tiliigini; bc-toie, beiween nritl alter by lAtLbui I-aiidis, Mif younj; prima aonna, who li tecoiul lo none, aij'i chfirnis every-huUy. SiUijcfH: "Atliu;iic AniaoaiVj" li. "I'liysl-OK^ac;^ 'Jemn-ranir/;" H. "Unu- Scleinie Strikes Beiv/cen AUieimi and Seti.Trian lilguU'i'." All wel-cdine "wlut rehiUu-till diGmlii^ed. I'lumg Slen'ti Chnrch.  Go e;k-ly.   Staiii fret-. I ijreacli Irce.nnd r.idU'.uUy cure patients. Ofllce, C:iO 'Jrenioiit hi Hours, dully 11 to 1 noon, and nuturdiivti and t\IoiidaiH, 8 a. ni, (? ti p. ui. I'ro-liouuced imiuraUe patients Kolkiud. li* KcJiool of X>riimat{c A.vt luifl I>ractScal XllocutJait. Stim-jacrand Win�;r. Ttioronnh preparation for afcJige lUid rostrum. Adranced ijuplia rec'jicmended maua^ers of theatres and platform Ijweaus. IDgA Itemeat st., Zsiey building. Sutj:o27 A Magnlflcent Production of Bnmas' Play, Under the Stage Direction of MKCilAKlC'S 6th Annua! Roller Skating Season. If any of our palronfi and friends have not received un odiclal invitation card lu oiu- c>pi.;nlni; ou MONDAY EVE, Dec. 15, Please fiend Btamped envWopc, properly addressed, to the numager, J. m, RAYPJIOND, IZot'funnit flotiuc. It* HI Tenor Soloist and Vcoal Teacher, Can ^lu cngajied for cojioeris, allemoou teas anil receptioua. Itesidenos and studio, 47* Cohim-biuar. -    It Have already been given at this theatre, a onoooss never hefore reached by any play presented here In the past 30 years; and,, what Is The popularity of the Great Play shows no signs of abating, as largo and delighted crowds are present every night. It will start on the Of ItB prosperons run on Monday with advance sales Indicating a continuance of the phenomenal snccess won In the 104 pertofmances already given. The On Wednesday and Saturday especially favor family parties, young folks and suburban patrons. Nearly every dramatic and lyric artist who has been In ^Is city lu the past three months has attended performances of Every one of whom indorsoi the lollowlng concise summary: ''Wonderful 3Iec7ianical Effects,Artistic Comhina-tionsin Scenery, cBstumes and Stage Settings, intensely interesting and en-nohlitig plot, and perfection ilvrciugliont in' act- XltoXCatUo Scene at 0.4B, and Trafal-ear Square at lO o'oloolc. B?S7**Evenlng performances close at XO I.E MONXM.AiK. .Symphonic Poem-"I.e itouet d'Omphale." Saint-Saena Two Circassian Dances-Prom "The Prisoner of tlie Caucasus." (New. I'lr.st time in Boston)................................C. Cnl Song of the Toreador-From "Carmen". .... .Bizet Mr. T. E. CEIFFOItB. Serenade Inilironipln.....................ClUct Song-SnanlhU Serenndc..................Metra Miss .WAUEI.I.E MONXUI.A1I!:. Vulae Caprice......................Rubinstein tiers CHRISTiyiASENTERTAlNlliENfs AND FAIR COMMITTEES Furnlslied with (ho hlglicGt class artists, including .Musical Artlsla, llluslom,ils, Cohjurei-s, Marlonolfjs, CouK-rt Comiiaulttt and Stereoptlcun Eulertalu-nients. -ALSO- THE ENGLISH PUI^CH AMB JUDY. Just the thing to please the children. The highest testimonials from an eiperience of 11 years. R. A. CORDON, �5 BevoijsUiro St.. Koom^lO. T'opularjirlceE. lios ofTii"'.e open at B p. in. Do> Dpcuat7.15.  Jieglna at 7.d5. 1 ISAAC B. BICII......................Proprlotor and Mftnnger ^l-vMg.^ DEC- 15. ^Wf.^"^ Produced under the personal dbfootion of ^r. DA^fBD  BELASCO. A Givoat Company of Playoro i Wlr. Arthur Dacre. I^fir- E. J. Henley. Wlr. W. H. Tliompson. Nlr. John Flood. Wlr. R. F. Cotton. IVIr. Irrederick Belasco. Wlr. Newton Dana. Wliss Ida Vernon. IViIss Helen Bancroft. Miss Helen Russell. Wlr. Raymond Holmes. Miss Ida Wlacdonald. Wlr. W16rvyn Dallas. WIIss Fannie Batcheldor. Under the management of Mr, E, D. PRICK. Xlio Sconio EHouts, Appolntmowts and Entire Pro-clnction as at tlie Broadway Theatre, Now Yorlt. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AT 2. �EO. a�-OKEAT HOM�AY ATTKACTION. E. H, SOTMERW, In Jerome K. .lerome'a Delightful Comedy, THE MAISTER OF WOODBARROW PROCTOR ifc MANSFIELD.................Proprietors and Managers, Week Opening MONDAY, DEC. 15, CHAS. H. HOYT'S FUNNEEST OF  THEM  ALL, Eniiro Cluu&ffo and New Spooialtloi, Now FoatureH. New Medleys, Now Soragra, Now Bancos, and more Eun than All OtUeri Oorablnod. EVBNINQS 7.4B. MATINEES, TUESDAY, THTO3DAY, SATURDAY, 8. xeviAS WEEK NELLIIE WlcHENRY IN HER NEW PLAY, CHAIN   LiGHTNir^C. ISAAC B. RICH. ST. 'THEATRE I ..... 1 Proprietor and Manager COMIVIENCSNC 9 HOLIDAY ATTMAOTION. Fourth Annual Enffacemout (Under the Management of Dasiki. FBonuAS) oi And First Production Hore of Mr. 8o;cni!iui's Latest ami Greatest Success, A New Comedy by JimojiiE K. .TEHouk. TIKE COMPJ.ETE OICKBINAT. COMPANX.SOBN-EltX ANU fJTAdlS EQIUIPMENTS PK.OSI THE r.YOEU.II TlIEATItE, N. IT. MATINEES WEDWESDAY and SATURDAY. GALA EXTRA MATINEE, CHRISTMAS, AT 2. BA|.E >Will Begin on THURSDAY, DEC. 18, ----3/ BEATS J at a A. m. All Travcllluir Exiionses Included. Two I'anlps will li.ave JiO.-iTO.N in January in MAliNiriCEXT VES-i'IHULEl) TI1.1.1NS OF l'i;i.LM.\N P.\LACi; C.UIS rwlth PuUinnn I'ulaco I)inlnf;-Car.s ulUi.-hi'U) jor all the I'linclpnl Cities aiifl Hc.'iUh Itcs. rt. .if the I'nciflc Coast. The dates ami routes are ai, i..)lli,w8; Tilcfiila.v. Junuary 18. Via Cincinnati, Louisville, isevv Uriciuis, Galveston, San Antonio, etc. 'Z'liiursrtay, .laimnry 1.5. iVa Chlcogo, Santa I'o, -Vlbuquerqije, Barslow, San Bernardino, etc. �Icn n 4^i^tUn�: Facliic Cohk*. ICoaorta. Mates of OlJier Cutlforn'a Exvurelons. I Ffbnuiry U alid I'J; 2\lurcii b and 10. J>;ttis of Moxlro Excurtlons. .lannaiT liJ; Fobnmrv Jkliu-cii 10, Extl'a Ti-lp to JMexlto tiaiin.iiy 27. � Xht SnJktUvtt-lJ Islands. A party will sail from .San Fr;-.iii;ls(:() i'elirutiry 7 for a trip to the Sandwich IblmiUB and the Gie.ii Volcano of Kilaui;a. ^^j'^':i(^x\(\ lor dftit-rlptive circulars, designating whciher book lelalin;; tu -VU-xico ur Callfurtila toutb Is du6ir.-rl. ltA1-J!IONI>  A;   'WHITCOMlt. 29G Waihlligton �1. (oii;jo!iU.' riciiool st.l, BOSTON, MASH. d.SllSt dl2 Manager.....................Mr. It. M. FIELD FOR THiS WEESS. LESTER WALLACK'S Brilliant Romantic Drama, Elliot Grey (flret time), Bunberry liobb...... Miles McKenna....... Jiatthew Ixilgh....... C:ol, Cavendish ;\lay.., sir Arthur May...... Romany Jlobb....... Docksey............ Farmer Green........ Corporal Daw....... Lady Florence May. .. 'labilha Stork....____ Rosa Lelph.......... Lady Adela Grey..... Sariih Sykes......... .Primrose........... ____Mr. EBF.N PLVMTON ____Mr. Gl;0. W. WIL.WN . .Mr. Gi;o. c. BO.virAci; ...Mr. K. L. DAVEKPOUr ____Mr. JAMKS lUTRKon'S .........IILIV!.; IIO.MASS ......Mr. NAT llAlflWlli . .Mr. ClIAItl.liS S. AliUH .Mr, U. V. WllIl'TEMOItl! .....Mr. EDWARD WADE .Miss ANNIE .M. CLAIIKE ..Miss FANNY AIiniSON . .Miss MinlA.II O'LEAin' ........Mla.s KATE It VAN .....Miss AGNES A(M!ES ____Mbs MARY UEliROX LAST WEEKS OF I WILL CLOSE DECEMBER 27. Clsildreu AOantticsa tor IS ct^.^^ ^ Admirable Scenic Effects. Evcntnics  at  7.df>.   Wcdnesdiiy   and Saturday Artcrnooits at 3. CHRISTMAS   H0L8DAYS. THURSDAY, DEC. 25. DICKENS' Charming Slory iif LBTTLE  Ei^l'LY. Sudat  dl4 COMAN  FAMTEX, Mlrth-niakers, comedy and specialty entertainment complete, have fine 6|�cUU printing and lithograpts; cittbs, societies, loUgeB, etc. Address care Bijou Theatre. LOOK! Look! L nrt8 of New England to see the liiost liEAU'l'IFUL 'lUAINED HORSES, PONIES,DOGS and GOATS cv'^'i- exhibited in America. This will ho tho Irist week of the Groat Horse Show, which can only ho seen at tho OorntSr Dover and 'Washluffton Sts, Q. E. LOTIIROPProprietor and Jtanngor LOTHROPS STOCK COMPANY. iL Gordon Edwards and Miss Kate Glassford (loads), n Grand Production of tho Powerful American Drama, in 0 acts, by 1. jfli A. mmi CASX" OF CWAIIAOXESESI KENNETH R,\NDON..) ^ nnPTinxr -rnw a t)T>a RICHARD BKIGllT. .,       QORDON aDWARDS Benton......................Charles Uarrlngor Lord Vargravos................Francis Klugdon Lord Itandon..................Joseph T, Familii Joe Hooper.....................Harry Clemens Col, Graham.....................0. A. Folsom Cant. Urugdon.....................Justin I'algo Peters...............................F. Jloya Whitley........................F, E. Langdon Baker..........................Fred Shannon Thomas.........................Ed. Wiicelock Mosrs.....................Wlllinm Ileurteraon Tliompson.........................;ohn Owens Bnggs........................., irrank Monroe Parkinson...................Sllss Dolly Nobles EL12A...............Miss KATE 0LA. ai. Itary drill. -Xtli. Introduoea the dogr circus. Ctti. XttturalOas in tils groatdanohif; net. fltli. Singer itnd Kolyolilii In foatfl of lil(#h loiiplnu,  over Kts., and n -poan oonttnont. In their Versatile SUetches, Chara* tor Songs, and their nnrlvallod SUlrC Daucso. Tho Wonder of tho Century^ LE PETIT FREDDIE. America's Musical Phenomenon, LILLIE WESTERfl. The Original Bnrlesque Aerial Comedians, SMITH & LORD, In tha "Fall of Babylon." Tho Queen of tho Skipping Rop�, BELLE OLIFTOS. The American Traveller, m. m mm, The Inventor of Burleiquft Musical Instrumenta. Tho Pcilned Comedy Duo, Harry Edwards & Daisy Kernel! HARRyJACOBSON, filusloal Direotor. GEO. S. WODEN,   J.J.WHALEN. Forming thcSrrunjjesi AKKrfK�tJon of Vauafs. villi) Talent Kvtr ilombluea lu Ouo CoiaiiaBj'. NEXT wkem:. And an Efficient Company, lu the hcautUnl Iris* WILL 0' THE^ WISE 0934   

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