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Cincinnati Commercial Gazette (Newspaper) - January 15, 1888, Cincinnati, OhioThe commercial Gazette. Cincinnati. Sunday january 15, Een pages. Cohl do Middleston a Vine Street dime met bpm and p a a a a a mile. Lol Terie in flu if fib Ifft met i 10.000 week commencing �5uperi0r monday Janny 16. 1�?Trof. Angelou a educated Birds. A tattooed Thornton and bit tattooed dog. Mile. Lol Terie and her wonderful perforating machine. Led Lee patterns Given away free. The handle Prodigy. A the be hoped lady. Of a the j 10.000 uple did i 5 twin pure of up Porter Disten. Elias iyurio6it1e0 Vine and canal its. Olk week commencing sunday matinee Jan. 15. The Little human Flower the youngest brightest and .0 Quot a a f a i a a a is a if it. It we 13 popular family resort of tie City. Beater admission children of saturdays 0pei Laili a a Wek . 110 cts. I 5 cents. A 1 to 10 . Snows. Quot Cut talented Sonh Rette before the Public out matinees Are esd mesday saturday air us sunday. A amp a miss Nellie free in Ani it on the Sahara. New songs new dances. Catchy music. To a list s commencing at the matinee to Day. Harris theater in Robinsons opera House. The favorite Wilbur opera company Light of the Moon i a a 1 next week Frederic Bryton forgiven. a j. My Jim i a a in so pm a add a a cd two . Sunday Jan 15. Twice daily. Two thieves a sunday monday tuesday. Princess Trebizond wednesday thursday. Merry War . Two thieves --------.--------�?,.saturday. The amusement world. Performances at our local Heaters this week. The Wilburs at harris1 a flights of London at Heucks Lotta at the grand monday Bentz Santley show at the Peoples a skipped by the Light of the Moon at havling a a Green room gossip and other items of interest to play goers one can always enjoy Kohl a Middleton a Vine Street blow it Ollie free. The charming Little actress miss Nellie free will begin a weeks engagement at the Casino to Day. Sha will open in a a dads girls this afternoon. Miss free la a charming comedienne she Days very Well upon the Banjo and her solos always meet with great enthusiasm. A a dad a girls is a comedy drama in four Acta which shows miss free a great versatility. Her emotional scenes Are done with pathos and delicacy in Strong contrast to her Clever comedy work. An Exchange says a a larger audience than that of the previous evening greeted the Nellie free company last night and if the opera House is not crowded to night at the dosing performance of the engagement it will not be because the come atty is not film class aha does not present an entertainment which for its kind is one of the Best Ever Given in the City. A last night a dads go rho a pleasing comedy drama in four acts was presented with Nellie free in the title role. She scored an even More decided Triumph than on the preceding evening and was called before the curtain twice. A emr. Frank e. Dumm came in for a Large share of the honors of the evening. His impersonation of Vasco de Gama Biles was splendidly rendered and exhibits his Talent for Light comedy in a marked degree. His topical song a Ca noodling a one of his own composition was vociferously applauded and be was compelled to respond to numerous encores. The Young comedian has wonderful facial expression Aud his stage business would he creditable to a Veteran Actori the balance of the cast including seven characters was most creditably a a a dad a girls will be sure to receive a warm Welcome from the patrons of the Casino this week. Harrus theatre re the Wilbar opera company. A this favorite and Well known organization begin a two weeks engagement at this popular House this afternoon in a the two the theatregoers a appreciation of this company is such that the Mere announcement of their coming is sufficient to warrant an immense business. Their reputation Here is Well established and the Wilburs Are undoubtedly one of the Best and the most Complete opera companies on the Road numbering As Thev do seventy people. Including beside the popular miss Susie Kirwin three other Well know Prima Donnas four excellent comedians and a Large Aud Well drilled Corua their costuming is Rich and elaborate. And in keeping with the excellence of the or a a animation. New scenery has been painted for the mounting of each opera and the regular orchestra has been enlarged for this engagement. The a two thieves will be repeated monday tue Adav. And saturday matinee Aud night. A Princess Trubi Zunder will be Given wednesday and thursday and the popular Quot merry War Friday. Trie Nashville times says a a a the two thieves a was Given by the Wllbur opera company at the masonic theater yesterday afternoon and evening before delighted audiences. Erminiee lout nothing in enjoy ability by a change of title names of characters and a few other variations. The company is a Large one and a Strong one and a cast for the two thieves was exhibited to advantage. Mias Susie Kiwi a As Fanchon wife of Gigot landlord of the Golden Horn confirmed the pleasant impression made by her on the occasion of the Wilbur engagement in Nashville last season. Or. J. E. Conley the Tenor who impersonated 1.eon Carnet was Well received. W. H. Tre Denick As Robert Macaire. And w. H. Ohule. As Jacques Stroup the vagabonds showed themselves irresistible comedians. Receiving no Cerous encores and eliciting roars of laughter. Order leading persons in the cast were quite satisfactory. The chorus is a Good one. The Good night song was especially Well a flights of London at Heucke a. The above powerful English melodrama will form the attraction for the present week at Heucks commencing with a grand matinee to Day. The Boston Globe comments As follows a flights of London still has drawing Power enough to fill the Globe As was evidenced on monday evening and every evening since. As a drama it is Strong a a on listen i and interesting and proves by its standing to Day after being so Long before the Public that theater patrons do appreciate a really Good thing Aud Are always ready to extend a Welcome to what has roved its Worth by Long and constant association he play As presented at the Globe is equal to and former Effort and is up to the High Standard of this popular theater. The present company is a Strong qual loa11 the requirements of the drama and the demands of the most exacting critics. Of course the cast is suave Tible of Small changes that would improve it. I speak of the performance in the aggregate in my summary of its excellence. This week will no doubt see a succession of full l Otta monday Naglit Lotta comes to the grand opera House to Morrow night in her new play a Fawn ticket no 210.�?� so much has been said and written about this play since its first production in Chicago last september that it would seem that everybody must be familiar with it the play has both a comic and also a melodramatic Side and is full of Strong contrasts. Lotta herself is provided with a part in which she is said to be particularly Happy and she is moreover surrounded by a thoroughly cup Alp company. The following is the entire cast Ltd a spawn tics to. 210�?� mag w Ith Rougs and dance Lotta Lowed by an Olio of great Merit introducing the following talented performers or. A has. V. Beamon the eminent comedian Rene the parisian Danseuse Georgia Blake the dashing change artist Archiere 8isters. Duel sir Sandford and Wilson the originators of musical sketch artists Moss and Keith the refined a Ong and dance artists Bloodgood and Smith the two roses miss Lillian Markham Ballad st. Tie whole entertainment will conclude with the latest bit Lesque extravaganza a Madam and eve a which is Replete with sensational features Lovely women magnificent scenery right and Catchy music and a realistic View of Coney Island by Moonlight. Kohl a Middleton a Vine Street dime museum quiet pleasant hour at dime museum the officers Ace so watchful the attendants so obliging the surroundings so attractive the features presented from week to week so entertaining. Marvelous curios Are announced for next week. A specially attractive one will be prof. Angelo the Bird Trainer and his great collection of educated Birds. He has spent Many years in ornithological studies and his Birds Are wonderfully intelligent. Ladies will be particularly interested in mile. Loi Terie and her wonderful perforating machine. She presents patterns free to lady visitors. People who visit the curio Halls will also be pleased with Charles Adams the handles Prodigy mrs. Williams the bearded lady the Porter Sisters the fat twins and tattooed Thornton and his tattooed dog. Sweeney and Kearney a combination is the attraction in the parlor theater. Special mention should be made of George Austin the Aerial sleek wire artist and prof. Aptus remarkable grecian mystery and Beautiful dissolving views. Walnut Hills Odeon. It the initial Friday evening performance of the German theater company on Walnut Hills was rendered last Friday night at the Walnut Hilla Odeon on the Madison Pike. The attendance was a Large and fashionable one demonstrating the fact that Well conducted place of amusement on the Hill will receive a Liberal support from the citizens of Walnut Hills my Auburn and Avondale. The Road for a Square was blocked by private vehicles and Many came from the City by the Cable cars. The play rendered was a the big and the manner in which it was placed of the stage was creditable. There will be Given throughout the season regular theatrical performances on Friday and sunday evenings and occasionally during the week performances will be Given by English speaking troupes a Mattie of that magnificent record of the Lata civil War the Quot Battle of Gettysburg a still continues to Delight and instruct All who Are fortunate enough to see it. It is a Monument to the greatest Battle aver fought on american soil and the grandest most thrilling realistic and perfect painting Ever exhibited in this country. It tells the glory of that bloody fight in which the a Blue and the Gray suffered equally with a faithfulness not to be Egu aled by printed no Frame. Besides its historical value it contains a world of artistic beauties. / 4 Frederic Bryton. Frederic Bryton will appear in a a forgiven at Havlin s theater next week. He is one of the most talented and popular romantic actors on the stage lie played one of the largest weeks in the history of Haylings last year. His company is better this season than Ever before his Reading lady being Mie Gene Vieve Lytton one of the handsomest ladies in the profession. The zoo if the promised blizzard fails to materialize with Bright Sunshine and Clear atmosphere a walk through the grounds at the zoo will be found an excellent constitutional and full of enjoyment. Although the animals Are snugly settled in Winter quarters they Are none the less interesting to see. He Little Lions and the baby Jaguar Are More playful and entertaining each Day and of themselves make it quite Worth while top stay a visit to the zoo. A a very useful Book that will interested the theater Loving Public has just been published. It is called the a play goers year Book.�?�. The author or. Chas. E. L. Wingate the dramatic editor of the Boston daily journal has written a series of Bright Olever sketches of plays actors and authors. The Book has Especial reference to plays seen in Boston but As everything Worth seeing goes there it is practically a review of the american stage. The plot of the play or opera is told Asa Bright Little Story giving the views of Many of the authors and actors upon the play. The Book will be invaluable As a Book of reference As it contains the origin of Many of the plays with the full cast of the first performance and Revfi a is. Other features Ajeff biographies. Told in a charming Way of the leading actors who visited Boston during the veer. The Book has a number of very Good in Gfa rings among them Are portraits of Booth As ago and Hamiet. Of Ada Reban of or. Lewis and mrs. Gilbert mrs. Vincent Tifft Many other notable theatrical people. Also Many Clever sketches of the most striking scenes in some of the great plays this venture is the first of its kind in America although it has been done with great Success in London and Paris. The look will be published every year by the stage publishing company Boston mass. Appear at the Windsor theater next week. Their recent engagement at the fourteenth Street theater was in every Way a Success. A easter monday Clara Morris begin san engagement at the Star theater n./y., during which she will produce a new play a Dixey is playing to phenomenal business through the West. His audience in Salt Lake City was the largest Ever assembled in the great mormon theater. A a the the remains of the former Boston Ideal opera company will be the attraction at Heucks following a a rag a it is stated that Jennie Tea mans will close her starring tour within the next ten Days. A you the Rio grander company closed last saturday for Good. A a Boston correspondent says a Clara Motris surprised hubbies when she offered a drama wherein she does not do a death at the end but having a finale with All bands Happy. A the following combination for magnificent revivals of old co Nedies in the season of 188fi-90. Is being talked of Joseph Jefferson Robson and Crane w. J. Florence and mrs. John Drew. A the dramatic news says a Maunie Robe will shortly wed Wrght Sanford and retire permanently from the stage. Her work in Paul Kauvar is the Best she has Ever done in f a miss Leslie Chester who was the Beauty of be Rosita Vokes company two years ago contemplates a return visit to this country next season with her Elf As the Star of a Light comedy organization. A or. J. H. Kline has on exhibition in the show window of the Erie express a recently taken photograph of miss Minnie Palmer. The photograph was received Here Friday and is attracting much at ten Tion. A John 3. Clarke has revived the old comedy of a Paul pry in Philadelphia appearing in the title role a part with which his name has Long been associated. He is said to be drawing Large and fashionable audiences. A the big Benefit to Lester Wallack will probably occur at the metropolitan opera House late in May. With a thai Etc As the play or. Booth it the title role Lawrence Barrett As laertes and Joseph Jefferson As first grave Digger. A Estelle Clayton opens her tour in a a sad coquette january 23, at the grand opera House Boston where she plays one week to be followed by three nights each in Providence and Hartford. Or. Ormond h. Butler is her manager. A Gertrude Warden who plays the part in a heart of hearts a at the London vaudeville which or. Palmer has assigned to miss Blanche Curtiss is the sister of Florence we Den who wrote the successful novel a the House on the a Charley Reed the Famou a end Strel Man and former partner of Billy Emerson is now playing old sport in Quot a rag his performance is said to take quite As Well As that of Frank Daniels. Cindy Natl folks can Tell better after seeing it. A Randall s theatrical Bureau will remain at its preset quarters 1215 Broadway negotiations for other locations having been discontinued. The offices have been extensively remodeler and refurnished and now present a handsome appearance. A a. R. Hayden sends the following to the squib a a a. R. Hayden manager of Frank Daniels has sold his interest in that company to or. Daniels to accept the general Railroad management of the Barnum and London great show at a salary of 910,000 for the a Marguerite fish is about to contribute to the seasons stage she iii soon appear in a town lots a a new farce by Herbert Hall Winslow of Chicago in one scene she will play a Cowboy and will dash upon the stage mounted on a Mustang Pony. They say she knows How to ride gracefully. A the Roll of Dalys theater new York is said to include Over fifty persons who have never graced the foot a gets. They Are All under studies mostly pretty girls and Are required to be at the theater at every performance but leave usually after the first act when u is found that All the cast Are on hand. A it is very evident that Lotta a visit to the grand opera House this week is going to be regarded As somewhat of a a society a event. Already the management have received intimation that several a theater parties will need accommodation during the week and the Advance Sale of seats has been remark Able. A the Dunlap opera company dist fixed at Albany saturday january 7, and the members returned to new York minus their managers who bad left them to their own resources at Syracuse some ten Days previous. No salaries had been paid in nine weeks and their trunks Are held for debt in it has been proposed to manager Frohman that if he will keep a the wife off the London stage this season messes. Dayman and Frohman. Who Bava contracts for the tour of the play extending Over a grand monday Jan. 16. Opera House one week Only matinee saturday. Pawn ticket no. 210. The incomparable Pawn ticket no. 210. Lotta its m 2io. L Dole Harris John sternbold., Montague Flash. Charley Saxe 01 a Gregg. Poet Man. Ruth a.�. Alice sternbold.,. Aunt dorothy.,., first burglar. Second burglar. L he Sale Large and amongst the of Tesarz Fot i the sure is the most t aug. Anderson Charles l. Harris ,.g, c. Boniface. Or. Scott i. L a. Hague f. Waldo Parker Augusta Raymond Lilian Richardson Ernestine Floyd Herbert Granville Keg lid Hanson for the engagement has been very be Ery Prospect that it will be Brilliant events of the current havling a theater. A week of Hearty laughter will commence at hav Hnz at Heater at the matinee to Day. The attraction will be a skipped by the Light of the the play is to Bava been revised and reconstructed Fth funnier than eve. It is something out of a Fumon rut of comedy exceedingly uproarious _9uter�us. And in in action vary Little attention i 10 pfc to Socal discomfort by the actors. While is in Taos strongly framed to attract Aud please a pop of House it has Bright features considerable quiet planty of Good dancing and singing rile the people Hare been selected with a View of or special fitness for the Paru in which they appear and hence Are specialists in Many respects the comedy has sufficient plot end is Strong enough to carry interest from one situation to another. The piece is one of those modern very modern dramatic concoctions which can not be judged by the usual measure of criticism on account of its oddity the company is said to be Well up in the Artles and to be very acceptable and evenly balanced. Renta Santley at the Peoples. 1 is people s theater will present their strongest card for Hie incoming week commencing with the Matine to Day. The Rentz Sanctify burlesque and Novelty company Are without doubt the Superior of All companies of this class sad in their burlesque extravaganza of a Madam and Evte they have Tuat what use patrons of tree House seem to want their Bolneo this season has been phenomenal. The programme commence with a Posl first part Foi Elk notes. A Bro. George Turner is reported upon the sick list a Bro. Harry Block bought Cushing a manual last week hut too late. A Cincinnati Lodge will decide upon the location of her new Lodge room next Friday evening. U a grand rapids Lodge has the smallest and largest Elk in the United states Bro. John Guion 34d Bolinas and count Magie fifty six pounds. A Jofin Hereford was elected Tyler of Cincinnati Lodge in pm Ace of or. A Muscroft jr., who resigned to accept the position of inner guard. A Washington d. C., is very jubilant Over the election of or. Ham a Leach for grand exalted ruler Ana banquet after banquet Are Given in his Honor. A brother a1 Caldwell is permanently located in new York but will keep up his affiliation with no. 6. R a a every member of Cincinnati. No. 6. Should attend the Quot next two or three communications As questions of a very serious and important nature will arise. A a. R a the Casino under the management of Bro. Collins have invited every Elk in Cincinnati to visit to tier theater and witness the play of monday evening january 16. . M. Hadden exalted ruler of Cincinnati Lodge was cordially welcomed last communication having been absent for two months caused by protracted illness with typhoid. A the social session says a Bro. Meyers of Philadelphia no. 2, wanted an office and Harmony in the grand Lodge and got he is the first Eik Meyers that wanted an office and did not get it and the Only one of a Harmon Loua nature. A no Elk who will attend the reunion in Cincinnati next june will leave except with remembrances of the glorious times he Bas had and what a lot of hustling social elks Cincinnati and no. 5 has. You a every Elk on the Globe will be made Welcome and Cincinnati elks will be proud of her guests. A miss Annie plier put on her new play. A the Charity girl a last week in Pittsburg. It was. We Are pleased to add a great Success. The Pittsburg elks attended in a body. Iso Strong. An Exchange says a at the close of the second act. Miss Pixley was called before the curtain and on behalf of the Pittsburg order of b. P. O. E. Was presented with a Beautiful Floral offering by Hon. M. A. Lemon. Miss Pix Leys Clever Little Impromptu speech was certainly the Gem of the evening. The gift was a handsome one representing a Basket of Flowers oter which was suspended a hand dropping therein a Coin the whole being an Emblem of a things that keep elks Busy the exposition. A. T. Mattox Loyal legion. Bro. 8toae�?coal and Basilus Necktie. Max Elsas Kis overcoat and his girl. Bro. Renaux the Ballet and Biscaye. A Strauss his laugh and our Money. A Bro. Martin the ducks and Bis youth Bro. Cynic Fca politic and his friends. Harry blocks Cushing and seriousness. Bro. Douglass subscriptions for k. Is. Jordan Thomas Law and commissions. A Bro. Ellis the bachelors and Ohl maids. Max herbal Covington and Bro. Adams. De Hewitt professionals and his Brogue. Bro Griffith the Blaine club and schools. Jas. Fennessy secret orders and the league. Esquire Adams committees and Max Herbst. John havling Chicago and Hia singing lessons Andy out gang his Mustache and his popularity. Green room Gossl a a drag baby at he Ueki a next. A Mckee Rankin Baa riven up his a a Macbeth scheme so it is mid. A Minnie Madders it rehearsing a new play by steels Mack Aye called a ii report be True mias Agnes Herndon is we kit a hit in her new play the a Frank Mayo la Jefe Pfaar to havling a theater Ilmy if in a nor deck end the a Ottoree a a Tho dark secret a the huge water tank boats and ail come 1� Merak a in Loor weeks Tow a a leva a a a Vijaga a flute aet coat and Yeats will permit the original company to go to Lon do with the piece. Or Frohman now has the matter under consideration. A Robert l. Stevenson a drama a Deacon which was withdrawn from the Road a Short time since partly on account of the loss of its Date at the Union Square theater will go out again shortly under the management of h. Vav. Johnson commencing probably in this City january 23. E. J. Henley will still be connected with the Enterprise. A Frederick Warde the tragedian is having the most successful season he has Ever known. His route next two weeks Calls for engagements in Chattanooga. Tenn., january 13,34 Knoxville 16 Staunton vs., 17 Richmond 18, 29. 20, 21 Norfolk 23, 24, 25. Or. Wardens Southern tour includes Macon Atlanta Savanah Augusta and Galveston Al. A Lotta wears no less than sixteen different pairs ofs�boe8 in her new play. A spawn ticket no. 210.�?� a there Are Lour acts and she changes four times in each act. She has the largest assortment of Brode it us and the tiniest foot of any actress on the Amer ican stage. One member of her entourage is a maid whose special duty it is to look after Lotta a fool gear. A the Clipper says de Wolf Hooper reached Pitts Bure pa., in season to open with Mccaall a company january 9. Suits had been entered against or. Hoober for a Large amount and were gentle reminders of Bis starring tour in a one Hundred wives a and Are mostly for printing Bills. He quietly left Chicago at the end of the Mccaull in Gage dirt there. A or. Alexander 8alvini dabbles in Oil painting and he has done lots of pretty bits for his friends. His artistic Eye was so much taken with his fellow player. Or. Ned Hollands a make up As the old Corporal Pichot in a the Martyr a that he painted the actor in that character for a new year s gift the portrait Hans in or. Hollands dressing rpm at the Madison Square theater. A miss Agnes Herndon who has been very successful in a a commercial tourists Bride a will produce a new comedy in the near future. The play is translated and adapted from the German by Scott Marble. Many of the situations Are extremely Clever and a the hands of so competent an actress As miss Herndon it will undoubtedly be a Success. The comedy will be played at Hall no slate in february a Emma v. Sheridan played Ted part of Rebecca in a doctor Jekyll and or. By dts when it was originally produced in Boston and met with pronounced Success f Hen the piece was done at the Madison Square she was too ill to appear Aud the part was undertaken by her understudy Helen a Diddea. Miss Sheridan is again playing the part at the fifth Avenue Aud her work meets with Hearty approval. A John b. Jeffery so theatrical guide and directory of the cities and towns of american has j list been published for 1888. The Book Nas Complete lists of dramatic editors managers Heaters Bill posters hotels and baggage agents in each City giving rent of Heaters and Price of Board at hotels. The bits to actors managers agents .<&c., Are very valuable and Grill be read with great interest by the proves. A a a la a Hbl Constantine is being pushed Forward As rapidly As possible at Wal tack s. It is a charming Domestic Story with a very Long and important part in the title role for John Gilbert. The Veteran is in splendid health and has been anxious for work All the season though heretofore he has had vary Little Opportunity. Both mrs. Abbey and miss Boghian will be in the cast. The version to he used has been made by Clinton Stuart. A the Booth and Barrett engagement at the Academy terminated in a Blaze of glory. The audiences were so Large that the orchestra played upon the stage and More than sixty extra seats were thus gained. Nearly 89,000 was taken at one performance and the total receipts of the two weeks were in the neighbourhood of 950,000, or. Barrett said be believed a Julius Caesars could have run a Hundred nights. A the management of the Bijon opera House new York have recalled the fact that mrs. Berry Wall who was miss Salome of Washington appeared at that House in 1884 in a la vie a which had a ran of eight weeks. Miss Salome under another name played the part buttons. Her sister under the name of miss Stone Alvo had a part in the play. They did not remain through the run of a la vie but retired from the company alter two weeks. A a a made Long has played its last week at the Casino. It will receive its presentation in Chicago on january 16. The startling a Tranos of comedian Powers alter a has run stray from his brother conspirators in their attack against the royalists is received nightly with great laughter. Smoke issues from his Mouth and ears his hair bristles with Sparks and be coolly picks pallets from different parts of ills body Ana carelessly throws them about the Mage. A two of the performers at the Bijou were arguing regarding the librettist and composer of the a a Corsair last week. One contended that Edwin e. Rice was responsible for both the other to the contrary. The first mentioned so Many Burle Nea and a trav Gansas As biceps composition that actor no. 2 remarked sarcastically a Why. You re of the opinion to at Ripe wrote everything if i mentioned the Bible you a say Rice wrote it a to which the other immedi fhe my not Beve written the libretto by composed the music Lor a a a it is a Well known fact that in the Quot Giuka provincial cites the audience and particularly tie Callery a go Day a Are very familiar with their favorite actors and often speak to them while on the stage. Upon one occasion or. Robert mantel whose name on he other Side was pronounced while playing a Bride Mel Notten a Manchester company Hart to speak the following lines to Pauline a Tho to. 210. Her latest great Success. An entirely new play. Lotta a latest Triumph. Pawn ticket no. 210. Commencing tim. Matinee wednesday and saturday. Co c9 have pity on a publisher tried if fifty years ago. Be even corrected the rough proofs of his work one third of the people he bad located had failures fore he had Kitely re plied but la i net even Money he a made a . Chuma few seats moved and quite forgotten him. When finally the Book was in print Over one half of the a permanent addresses were found inaccurate. A very Lew were really valuable. Some Ware Uncertain. Their owners had idea. This was in a a Stock Days too. A a new York paper says a a a or. Jekyll and or. Hyde has a tremendous effect upon nervous people ladle were taken fainting from the theater on several occasions dirring or. Mansfield a fifth Avenue engagement and on new a far a night a gentleman fainted As the curtain fell on the murder scene. An usher brought we Ier ladles offered Cologne the Baroness Duplon in Tho left proscenium Box bestowed looks of sympathy and finally the susceptible gentleman revived. When the curtain Rose again and revealing or. Hyde in Bis secret lodging with the ghastly Light that makes it so weird the Geistle Man fainted again and was carried into the open a a Well known instil Ondr in the dramatic att gives the following advice to Young ladies who Oon template going on the Sialei a a study before yom go on. It is All Well enough to talk about beginning at the Bottom of the ladder but if you begin without knowledge you Are very Likely to remain at the Bot Tom. Do your studying first and then begin at the Bottom. By this method you will find it More easy to ascend to the top. The stage is not a school. To Ere is no one there to teach Yon now to read sing or act. The managers expect you to be Able to do this when they engage you and it is very necessary that a Young lady should be Good looking. Talent without Good looks in a Young lady who wishes to get on the stage amounts to naught. Managers wont listen to a the new York Herald says a there Are Many fresh looking pretty and Clever int new on the English speaking stage in this country but it is doubtful if any of them could present such a faithful portraiture of a timid Bright plump Little alsatian Maiden As does fret Klein Adele Palma the Basel of a Freund Fritz a at the Thalia. The timidity the Mardenly modesty the deference struggling with growing affection which she displays when in company with her fathers landlord Ana future husband Are beautifully pictured in the looks speech and action of the Young actress. Her timid walk the Way she manages her hands her sidelong glances when spoken to and her rare combination of cheerfulness Good nature modesty and Good looks Are such demand for seats has never been known at the Casino As was made when the Sale for the first night of a a Erminiee january 16 was opened. In less than two hours nearly every orchestra chair Balcony seat and Box was sold. Rudolph Aronson intends to make a a Erminiee so re entree a More than usually attractive occasion. The whole House is to he prettily ornamented with Flowers plants and greens the costumes Are to be entirely new Rofia designs by Pillo Teil and several new musical numbers have been especially composed by de Jakabowski for Pauline Hall and Marie Jansen and Henry Hail am. New verses have been written for Francis Wilson s a Dickey Birds song besides considerable a new business introduced for him and William s. Dab Oil his partner in crime. A a correspondent repeats an anecdote told by or. Booth or. Booth said that he had once had a talk with Salvini on the subject of Othello in the part a of which the italian remarked that he did not Stab Desdemona in the death scene As he considered it too Brnt amp a a death to inflict upon a woman. A and a asked Booth a do you simply smother her to death. With the pillows and cushions of the bed. And use no other meant of ending bar life do you use no weapon of any kind a a no a was the reply a close no weapon because a i have said i think such a method would be too brutal a one to use in killing a woman but i do not confine myself to simply suffocating Bex. But in addition to that break her neck across my the idea of a Dagger thrust in the heart being a More brutal death than the Pappi Ogof Desdemona a fair neck across the Brawny knee of her passion crazed lord is peculiarly amusing. A a new Yerk paper says it would be a Quot Good thing for some of oar american male stars who happen to be in this City to go Down to the Thalia theater some afternoon u not giving a matinee themselves and see How thoroughly and artistically Herr Rossart makes up. He merges his own physical identity completely in that of his Ideal of the various parts he plays. Take his triple Bill of Der a a vein Fallis Sementz and a later dem Siegel Der the faces of the old seafaring Man the old lawyer and the Middle aged a a drummer Are remarkably distinct and form perfect masks for the actors own lineaments. With few exceptions or. Mansfield being a notable one american actors of the first rank do Little in the Way of make up except in the manner of wigs mustaches we Ushers and Beana and for beautify poses. The Low comedian and old men All the genuine a making up that is done. A the news that Jacques Kruger has inherited the title of a count de Cartier of la a mss by the death of an ancestor in France will be received with glee by the friends of that Cecen Trofi comedian. Whether or. Kroger will now leave the stage or not is withheld. If he can play the Noble Maui Well As he was wont to impersonate the Effe Mius dry goods clerk he will prove an ornament to an expo Tracy that Isas no existence. Krager is not tags first american actor alleged to have succeeded to a similar title. A year or two ago the profession was thrown into a ferment of excitement by the Alaoui Cement that will int Thorne brother to the famous Charles b. Thorne jr., had Home into the title of due de Bari those. Or something that so a dad similarly and that he would forthwith poems estates of to Arnld wealth. He hired a lawyer to look into the Matt Bat nothing Ever came of it farther than precipitation o1 his creditors and the occasional Mirthful address of be grand Kruger Scase will probably turn out in the same Way. He May read his title Clear tout when it comae to the matter of bread he will Stosl have to make fees on alias site. A while playing at Miner s Newark theater mrs. Langtry was enacting me met scene in a was in a she sat on an ottoman with a visit of Poison on the table Befu be her and was writing a letter of Farewell to her hot mad previous to taking the Poison. The actress was in the Middle of Bereano tonal part and there was a hush in the an Lenoi when suddenly an enormous Black eat walked from the Sido scene on the right and amid to Dame a a scats from behind the scenes Halter fit front of the drummer in the orchestra who Shook a stink at him. The cat blinked for a moment and then eoe to tuned its Doorn of across the stage halting again directly in Iron of or. Langtry and leisurely surveying her. There was a titter in the Audi amp be and then the House broke oat 1st a laugh. The actress essayed at first to ignore the intruder Bat co old not withstand the humor of the Situ Ados and her test ares drawn up with the intensity of the Emoth a she was delineating relaxed into a smile and a Rig a if first to provide for social Intercourse among the Meffie fit a of the dramatic profession artists and the patrons of Art Fec cd the formation of Adra made Library and Ibex a for dramatic records Tbs re to collect historical Daffy of the stage in Gen eral and the american stage in Porf Tilliy v. It is pro posed to Purchase a Fine building in location and All the Stepa necessary to the Success bij�16 scheme will be pushed with Energy. A Rosina Vokes relates the following Story about an experience in Sal Lake City a att was my first Niolu there. We played at the mormon theater and opened to a splendid House. In the boxes were several High officials of the mormon Church in at Tendance upon numerous wives and in the parquet # were Many More who if not quite so numerous by were still sufficiently blessed in a matrimonial Way i was playing the a milliners Bill a and bad been most cordially received. It was not till i bad started to sing the song a his a Eart was True to poll that the awful significance of its moral flashed upon me. Glanced at my husband who was sitting in a Box. And 1 saw that he too had suddenly appreciated the danger of the situation. His face was alternately very red and very while. What i looked like i done to know but do know How i Felt and that was As it j wanted to get on a trap and sink through the stage very Early in the song when the hero gets wrecked and is married to the Dusky Queen it is related a a a she made him a present of Twenty wives. Their Beauty now ill not sex toll a this was bad a Nongi but think of the last verse when poor Bill is being tried and the lines run a a a but the sympathetic judge wiped his glasses of a smudge and declared with the Wisdom of old sol though the Case looked like polygamy it was t even bigamy for his heart was True to poll a Well i substituted a slaves for a wives and l Cut out the last verse altogether. The song was Quine of but our engagement was a a reporter asked Harry Paulton author of the a a Erminiee libretto the difference Between american and English audiences. A the principal difference a be said a is that american audiences Are much readier to help the people on the stage than English audiences. Americans Are much More sympathetic Aud Liberal with applause and hissing is almost unknown Here. This contrast is especially striking Between London audiences and those in this country. In the provincial cities of great Britain the audiences Are much less exacting and cold than in London. But a first night in London is especially terrible to actors and singers. The London first Nightjar is nothing Short of brutal in his dogged determination not to be pleased if be can possibly help himself. In new York it is just the other Way and even if a play or an opera is a Flat failure the audience Good Nat redly applaud and seem really sorry that you Haven to succeeded 1q pleasing a the London first Nighter comes to the theater Bent on making every one on the stage feel his Power. He say to the actors you have undertaken to please me. But just let me Tell you you Are going to have your hands full to do if friends in the audience attempt to give a favorite Singer or actor a reception the first Nighter hisses Aud yells a order a Smuch As to say a we Are going 6 have no favouritism Here. This is a cold blooded butchery and All must be butchered any Bitch in the scenery any hesitation for lines at once Proto xes a storm of hisses. There its not the least particle of sympathy for the artists. The English audience As a Rule seem to regard the people on the stage As enemies. A How different it is in this country is shown by an incident which happened on monday night. Three Fellows who bad evidently had too much new years cheer were seated in the first Row of orchestra chairs. All through the performance they had been talking loudly and Doc amp Sid ally standing up and shaking hands with one another. They seemed to think they were the Only persons in the Bouse. At last during or. Hamiltons Solo in the second act they became so noisy that be told them plainly to but up. Now in England the whole audience would have been liable to resent Bis remarks As in some Way an attempt to infringe their liberties. But the audience at the National theater at once gave the Singer their sympathy applauded vigorously and gave the noisy Fellows to have to first time in Cincinnati for three years the grand spectacular melodrama i r a a in lights 0�?T an to new an Many of the original company still being retained having played it Over fifteen Hundred times to America. Enormous business in Europe and understand that they would if Ying Pardo Neazy the metropolitan stage. New York january 14.�? special a the theater going Public of Gotham tor so far this season has turned out Well at the principal play houses if the week or two known As a the holidays May be excepted. Of the new plays which Appeal to the Public patronage partly from a spectacular and partly from a literary and dramatic Point of View the production of a and Kauvar or anarchy a at the Standard is a fair example. It is Seldom that such elaborate stage pictures have been presented at this Thea Ras this play affords scope for and no outlay apparently has been spared in putting the piece on the boards the a Corsair a at the Bijou turned out a great Success. Except during four or five weeks about and after the Christmas holidays when the audiences were not Good the Aud i Miles have been phenomenal. A immense there never was say thing like it sex claimed or. Gilmore at the management of Tho Academy of music when the reporter called upon him and asked him How a Max Ulm struck the Public. A Why Ray dear air. To say the theater is packed every night is patting it very mildly. The attendance has far exceeded our expectation. Last night there were 3,600 people in the Honee or. Charles h. Schroeder one of the managers of the fifth Avenue theater was very Well satisfied with the prospects of that House. A i suppose that a or. Jekyll and or. Hyde has been the greatest attraction Yon have had this season a said the reporter. A ooh by no said or. Schroeder. A that play has certainly filled the House every evening but there have been a Large houses before As since a or. Jekyll and or. Hyde1 was put on the boards. It waa a Haat Sla Evalnar Riel the next sunday matinee Hoyte so drag baby not our dest drawing a when the reporter called at theater manager Palmer was Busy word m Iwu effect was spoiled. In managers aug. Daly and a. M. Palmer. Edwin a Booth Lawrence Barrett James Lewis John Drew Harry Edwards Gen. W. T. Sherman Lawrence Hutton. T. By Aldrich s. He Clemens Brander hat thews judge j. F. Daly fam. Bit Ham and a h. Olin met in the red room at Demon icon a afternoon a of january 6, and after partaking of luncheon at a or. Dalys invitation adopted a Resolution to in Earl potato unit or ton tide of the players ent to he charter members. Joseph Tompkins and Johna Lang doming a layers club of too uses Jefferson. Weasen t Ottora in new clubs Madison Square found time i to speak a word or two. A i am very Well pleased a he a Aidt the Way in which a Elaine has been received and i have had complimentary letters from Many people about it it could have been continued i to Good business Lor a Good White longer. Next week a heart of hearts will be the a a Henrietta is still running to crowded House at the Union Square theater. Next week will be the seventeenth week of its production and there la no abatement in the interest taken in in the portly meats yer will shoot Down a big Toboggan slide of the stage of the theater in one of the scenes in a Cheek 44.�?� a new musical extravaganza i which will be produced there. At the Lyoens theater a a the wife entered on a prolonged Boom and has glided tranquilly into its third month with no apparent diminution in the size of the audience. _ a a a at the fourteenth Street theater Frank Daniels will appear in two congenial roles in a Little docks see Efi minstrel satire on a a Hamlet is a piquant study in Niang and will be Denti irked neat week along with other Hur Jeannee and the fun Losi Tiea of Dockstader himself who though be lulled or. Thatche Rao sleep can make Hearty laughter replace drowsiness in others not to peculiarly const music and musicians. Second matinee recital a musical Soiree Madge Wickham a Success general notes and comment. A a new musical Prodigy has appeared in London of a most pleasing character. It is a Young lady violinist whose name is Linton. The London critic says of her a she pleased More in pieces of strictly virtuoso Type where Only technical skill is required than in others where intellectual interpretation is a sine qua non at the same time. This is Only natural considering the age of the performer who has Only just attained her fifteenth this is a sensible and non sensational criticism which does the Young artist Good and will not spoil her immediately she Seta out on her Road As a musician. Were Ucb Plain criticism Given to All Yonng musical artists we should not have so Many failures american musician. A miss Emily Winat the eminent contralto has arrived in new York she has already been engaged for the philharmonic societies in new York and Brooklyn the Handel and Haydn societies in Boston and other prominent concerts. She made her reappearance with Theodore Thomas symphony concert thursday january 12. 8he is under the management of l. H. Ruben Belvedere Hoose new York. Miss Magde Wickham a Young american Vio to Flat and Pupil of Josef Joachim formerly of the College of Muxie Cincinnati has just played in one of the concerts of the Del Silldorf a Musik Verein a and achieved a Hail Light Success. This is a great Honor indeed As the concerts Given by this society rank among the beat of their kind in Germany. A the first Soiree of popular music by or. H. G. Andros on wednesday evening next january 18, at the Hall of the scottish rite Cathedral. He will be assisted by the misses e. Roedter. Rebecca Gest. Adele Andros the popular Newell male quartet and the philharmonic string quartet. A the new York Herald of sunday the 8th, says the Cincinnati opera club will sing by colossi s a Les Manteau no Irso next month. Thera will be a Choras of fifty and the club exp cute to be Able to say a a Domino to any previous Amateur production of the kind in the Queen City. A the Christmas number of John c. Freundt so music and drama la decidedly a souvenir. In the Beauty of the Type the Richness of the and the variety of Reading matter on the most interesting musical topics it is worthy of careful preservation. A mme. Etelka Gerster is living in strictest retirement with her brother a Well known physician in this City. She receives nobody except one or two intimate lady friends. To newspaper mop particularly bar doom Ara hermetically and inexorably closed. A Madame Tuite has under instruction Twenty five Young ladles and gentleman who will take part in the 8pnaisb dance in the third act of a Lee Mantea no Moirs a to he Given by the Cincinnati opera club. M. Ambroise Thomas is the president of the Paris committee for the International musical exposition to he held at Bologna Italy this year under the honorary presidency of Signor Giuseppe Verdi. Planquette the compose of a Las cloches de Corneille a has lost completed a titled Quot nectarine just new operetta a a a the new scale French pitch Chicken used by mans gang and him Hoeltge in a yesterday a instrument of marvelous Beauty. The other piano manufacture Irvng plan of their recital Power and a a a by. The other piano manufacture an who Are Mai tons to have their pianos played in Public will a to adopt Chickering it pc songs Vinable improve Lam a Sheeby w. Abb bsh i skrik8 of popular music Oft Bute Cathedral. Webs matk muffin it it it a a Goto Job. 18. Peoples theater. Commencing matinee to Day the Rentz Santley burlesque and Novelty in their latest extravaganza it Amu and get Replete with sensational features new and Catchy music gorgeous costumes Lovely women. Next week Loders comedy . Unity Sijub sunday afternoon lectures second Jecture sunday january is at the grand opera House. Or. O. E. Bolton subject a american civil War for the Union a with grand stereo Ticon picture. Season ticket is single admission Lse. For Sale at Robert Clarke a cos the John Church , a. E. Wilde a . A. Langer Becky a drugstore Hawley s news room Stewart s Vienna bakery u. P. James Book store. B. Cavagnar a grocery j. Otis a co.�?T, sixth and Vine Heermance a drugstore Covington Bartholomew a drug store Newport a. W. Whelpley Public Library and at the door. Doors open at 2. Begins at 3. Ja4-2t music Haiku poultry show m. 25 to feb. 1, 188a it rom a . To to . Admission 25 cents children 10 cents. A a j7-tf t m u 8 b u m. Edfin Park. Open week dam 9 am. To 6 . Sunday l to6 . Ticket at Clarkes Barton a Dummy and at the door. Tatie Eden Park can at of Firth a fid Walnut a Jai so of fettle cog our Loht 9so off and Kef urn a tog Midsummer. On in try world. _ Del Astom

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