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Nkw Yokk, Sept. 12. I8JK1.-Spcclnl
Cockier Correspondence- Tho follow
ing are tho Imjtortant attractions thin
week In New York: Vitudovlllont Tony
Pastor's theatre; "Now South" nt tho
Madison Square theatre: vaudeville nt
Procter's; DoWolf Hopper nt tho Drond
way theatre; '"Tho Other Mnn" nt tho
Garden theatre; "Tho Prodigal
Baughter" nt tho American; B. II.
Southern nt the Lyceum; Boston
Toward Specialty company at tho Star;
"The Black Crook" nt thoAcndemy of
Music; "Liborty Hall" nt tho Empire
thcatro; "1402" nt Palmer's; -'Fanny nt
the Standard theatre; J. K. Murray in
"Qlon-da-Lough" nt tho Fourteenth
Street theatre; UufsoU'b ComedianB in
the"World's Fair City Directory" nt tho
Bijou theatre; vnudevillo at Kostor nnd
Chicago, Aug. W. ISpecial Couhiku
Correspondence. "The Girl I Loft Bo
hind Mo," entered ujkhi it sixteenth nnd
last week Sunday. "America" is still on
at tho Auditorium. "Tho Old Homo
stead'' will bo at MuVieker's one moro
week. Tho Lyceum theatre company
has entered u; on the second week of
"Tho Charity Ball" at tho Columbia.
Mr. Willard is again presenting"'The
Professor's Love Story" ut Hooley's.
Sol Smith Russell at the Grand opera
houso changed his bill this week from
"A Poor Relation" to "Peaceful Valley."
Tho Hunlons are presenting "Snporbu"
at tho Huyuiiirket. "All Balm
tinucs its prosperous business at tho
Chicago opera house. Tho attraction
at Havlin's is "My Colleen." Sandow Is
at tho Trocadero.
"Olo Olson" which closes its engage
lent nt the Lansing theatre tonight has
had a thorough revising by Mr. A.
Hearne, so well known in the dramatic
world as tho author of "Hearts of Oak"
"Margaret Fleming' "Drifting Apart"
Shores Acres" etc. Since it was last
here tho changes in "Olo Olson" make
the play as strong in Its sensational
features as it has been heretofore in
comedy. The greatest alterution how
ever, occurs in tho third act, which has
been entirely rewritten. Comedy is
entirely obliterated from the act, it
being tho opinion of Mr. Hearne that
with bo much comedy (n the other acts,
the play would bo bettor balanced in its
ew form and ho is uudouhtrdly correct.
The 'final performance of "Olo Olson"
will be given at tho Lansing tonight.
John Dillon presented "A Model Hub
band" to good houses at tho Lansing
Monday Tuesduy and Wednesday. Dil
Ion in hifl new play is precisely the same
as in. "Wanted., Tho Earth 'States
Attorney" and tho other pieces in which
he baa been seen by Lincoln audiences.
HU quality of humor never fails to And
appreciation., Tho supporting company
Cleveland's minstrels aro dun at the
Lasting September 21. This is one of
the major minstrol organizations on the
road. Sinco last seen horo there has
been something of a transformation
among its members, some exceptionally
strong people having been added to the
company. The program embraces the
latest specialties, and tho performance
is said to bo an exhibition of minstrelsy
quite up to date.
Minnie Sartelle comes to the lousing
September 25, and Tony Fnrrell in "My
Colleen" the 27tl.
Stunt Bolrton is in New York where
)tc Is havlur daily ichi .it-itl of the
"Comedy of Errors" which promise to
bo one. of tho moat important produc
tions of tho season. Shakespeare's
delightful comedy is to ho presented
with nwenlth of scenery, costumes and
accessories nhovo tho averse and in a
mnnner calculated to please tho bettor
class of theatre poors Voegtlln has
painted (he now scenery, Hermann, of
Now York, nnd Fishor, of London,
furnish the costumes; Huminersloy, of
London and Paris, him made ttio armor
nnd Benson Sherwood tho mechanical
effects. The Incidental music wua com.
posed tiy tho Into Robert Stocpel. Tho
comedy Ih to be produced under tho
direction of Mr. John L. Woodcrson, Mr.
Robson's stage manager.
There would scorn to. bo no telling
nowadays what a first class attraction is.
Last season in noarly all of Charles
Frohman's strictly "first class attrac
tions" and companies which had hither
to played only to so called legitimise
audiences, u skirt dancer and music hull
singor wub not only tho chief attraction,
but was of tremendous financial assist
ance. This season it has even gone
further. There is scarcely an organiza
tion either playing at 15 cents or $1.50
which does not depend more or less for
its money drawing qualities on a fluffy
haired young woman who can either
tiptoe the ceiling or display her nether
limbs. With the sock and buskin, "the
first class attraction" threatens to be
come an obsolete phrase in (he theat
During the duel scene between Mev
ctititi and Tybalt, in "Romeo and Juliet,"
at the Duquesne theatre, Pittsburg, last
Saturday, Thomas Keeno.tho tragedian,
accidentally thrust his sword into tho
eye of Lawrence Lowell, destroying tho
sight. Lowell wua playing Benvolio,
and when Mercutio (Keono) stabbed
7oaft (Robert T. HnineB) Lowell, who
caught Haines when ho fell, received
tho Bword thruBt in tho eye. Tho sharp
pointed blade pierced tho pupil and nar
rowly escaped entering tho brain.
Lowell was removed to tho Hotel Sch
lossor and will not bo able to appear
again for several weeks. Tho physicians
say tho oyo will bo blind. Mr. Keeno
was very much depressed over tho un
fortunate affair. His wife will remuin
with Lowell until he recovers. Lowell
formerly lived in Seattle.
To act or not to act, that is a poser I
Whether 'lis bettor to o upon thn tus
And Join thn chorus and learn the "make-up
Or wed some man and settle down forever
To become a houiohold dradge, To aik
To beg to plead, and hear a man nay "No"
When Aiking for the. latest thine Id gown,
Or from the stage to try to make a mas h
On some bald head, in the front row ;
To dress to sing-rto danee-a nigger break.
down. Ah-ah-rwlmt oy 'twould be.
Tho storm of bands the wild applaufw,
The thundering curtnln-call
I close my eyes I see It'nll
I feel ray head enlarging now.
To be an actress great is better fur
Than wedded blUs and kitchen sovereignty ;
And then thn flowers sweet, tied with big bow,
And dapper ushers, reaching them to me,
'Mid breathless silence, as I bow my thanks
And make my exit L, (5 while the people
shout .their approbation.!
Flut stop-perchance, I may not be n wonderful
In other words I might be ono grand "rlizle."
T'wer well to pause and think, before too lute,
A husband cannot shake one In a day.
May-be it is tho wisest course to wed.
(treat guns I what chances one takes either way,
Don't Vou Know.
That to have perfect health you must
have pure blood, and the best way to
to have pure blood is to take Hood's
Sarsaparilla, tho best blood purifier and
strength builder. It expclls ull taint of
i ncniiiiiH, sun rneuui aim an ouior
humors, and at tho same, time builds up
the whole system and gives nerve
A flue lino of cunued soups, ' cents
per can. Miller ft Clifford, groeeia.
A Wort k Hsr4 to NmmI.
The strongs! ariraaata in favor of
Normal nro Us rapid growth la the moat
stringent tlnifs; the ready sales under
tho most dlscouragkg circaatstancea
nnd the high character give to it by
those who bate purchased and archulld
ing it up with their attractlt homes.
The plnn outlined in the beginning of
tho enterprise has been conscientiously
carried to voinpletitm. And tho success
nnd full realization of tho expectations
of tho builders can best Ih appreciated
by u visit to Normal, and an actual in
spco.tlon.of tho collego plant, in archltec
tunl bounty, and completeness of fur
nishing excelled by none.
Normal jum educational opportunities
suporior to any suburb of Lincoln, with
souiul privileges uncqunlcd.
The following partial list of purcluiH.
ore, many of whom nro already residents
of Normal, Is u sufficient guarantee as to
Us future. If you aro contemplating
tho purchnso of u homo, wo would earn
estly udviso you, in justice to yourself,
to join us on FIUDAY.SEPTKMHKU
'212, as wo feel confident that the excep
tional opportunities which wo nro now
nblu to offer you will not continue for
uny length of time. See "ad" in this is
suo. Ukal Estate Exohanok,
Corner 11th nnd P Sts, Lincoln, Nob.
Hon. W. J. Bryan, S. D. Cox,
C. L. Ingorsoll,
E. E. Tohhotts,
John A. Lccso,
J. W. Lamb,
S. D. Schwab,
II. H. Wilson,
II. W. Brown,
Chas. M. Burkott,
Wm. II. Sherwin,
J. F. Saylor,
G. T. Aitkou,
I). N. Johnson,
Wm. II. Treadwoll,
J. V. Travis,
E. Z. Jackson,
G. R. Klmmol,
D. G. Doan,
II. W. Orr,
L. N. Eskow,
D. E, Kelly,
G. F. II. Schwuke, C. II. Weaver,
John K. Spelbring, Nina Prey,
C. W. Hoxie.
M. P. Givens,
H. C. Uagen,
Chas. H. Willard,
R. a Swift,
Wm. J. Cooper,
Geo. C. Reams,
A. G. Thorp,
Phillip T. Jones,
Wm. F. Schwind,
J. N. Sharp,
II. M. Bushnell,
Wm. B. Dutton.
G. E. Oondra,
W. A. Dougherty,
L. J. Courtrlght,
L. A, Ostein,
S. D. Holt,
D. G. Dutton,
G. A. Spellbring,
J. E. Givton.
J. A. Briggs,
John W. Macy.
There is moro cutarrh in this section
of the country than all other
diseases put together, and until tho last
few years was supposed to bo Incurable
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease, and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly failing
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Science has proven catarrh
to be a constitutional disease and there
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, O., is tho
only constitutional cure on the market.
It Ih taken internally in doses from 10
drops to a tcasoonful. It acts directly
on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho
Bystem. They offer HX) for any case it
fails to cure. Send for circulars and
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O.
tSrSold by druggists, 7c.
Now Imported Swiss Cheese.
A Gilford, grocers, opposite Burr
Why lot your furs remuin at homo
where moths aro almost sure to get into
thorn, when F. E. Volkor, a practical
furrier, will store thorn until next winter
and guuranteo to return them in perfect
ordor. Call and see him at tho Y. Mi C.
Ask your Krocerytuan (or the "WUber
tloliinR Mills" Flour, Chas. Ilaxrey, pro
priotor. Inquire (or
"Nickle Plato," and
Every sack warranted.
M. Jlnnimerljr, a Wfll-known liiHlitesa rru.ii
o( IIIIHboro, Vs., semli this trsllniony to
the merlltol Ajrer'a ditrsiipji rills i "Mi viral
yenrs seo, 1 hurt my lea. the Injury leaving
tiNorewhlchh'dtorrysliH'liis, My Buffering
were extreme, my leR, from the knee to I he
ii ilk If, ueliiK u solid sore, which begun to ex
tend to other parts of the body. Afir rlryln
various remedies, 1 bemui Iskluir Ayvr's
H.iNiitsrllla, slid, Iwfoni 1 hl Sulslini ihe
(lrsl liojlle, I exiierleiiced giest rellefi III
hiooihI botllti cffi'sied it rouiHt cure."
l'r pired by Dr. J. C. Aft ti Oo mwA, Uiu
Ci r others, will our you
s23& will rV
clear! m' long I g
IsKInI jM IjJF'il:
MENTAlI m sTflOwlaJ
EWERGYJSK. NEWVESj ,
h not supposed to know much. The com
, merclnl instinct Is nt very well developed In,
some people, but anybody, even a child,,
knows enough to buy when we make priced.
V5' V ViC-;'
A PAIR OF MEN'S
CASSIMERE PANTS EOIl
A WELL-MADE SUIT FOR
BOYS' KNEE PANTS FOR
BOYS' LONG PANTS FOR
. ' .' '
BOYS' GOOD SUITS FOR
Otir trier,. Prices are
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UW VvV Jin , n nil,
VAJHir I .(
Real Estate Loans
On farms la Eastern Nebraska and Improve
fopeftr la Lincoln, for a term nf yean.
trOWBST CURRENT RATES.
R. E, AND J, MOORE.
Corner Kleventh and O Htreeta, Lincoln,
Stea m,J;y Gluxtjs
AND CLEANING WORKS,
iwo. mi rv.Twoifdi ant.
Dr. T. Oconnor,
(leeseeor to fir. Claris nasriss.)
CORES CANCERS, TUMORS,
W n. esd rtstslM wlthont tbs use of KaMs,
Chloroform or Ktber.
in. IK 0 SUets-Owes tilook,
Write to B. L. Pslmsr, F, A, Santo n
Omaha. Htm., tot (reaeopfot IllastratM
and theTookawa, Pawnee andKlekspooIUjarr
rntlons, seoa to be onansd tor settlement bjr the
U. H. BuTernment. HtUloos of aorea in the fla
est HKrlenltnral country under ilia ran, waltufl
to Ihi tickled by the hiisbandmaa's plowshsrai
this is almost tbs last chaaea to obUus on of
Uncle Ham's frea farms.
Cklcii. Rock Island & Pacific Ry.
Best Dining Car Service in tho World.
TO THE WORLD'S FAIR
6REAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
FROM THlfl WEST.
emember, thta Line faaa a Depot for all
trains at nf lswoodBubnrporChlcao,
oloaeto tna World's ratr Oats.
TKE THE ROCK ISLAND.
JNO. $romiN,G, T. ANDP A CH CIB1. 'Ll.
iR PARK! Oil
OH THE Cftf ST OF TKf ftUEGHJIIIIESi
SEASON OPBNS JUNE 15, I8VJ.
j Ratea, fOO,75 and 900 a month, ao
I cnrdlnjr to location. Addrna
; OBOROK D. DrSUIKIiUS, Manstfor,
! Oumberlund, Mil. up to Juno 10: after
thut datn. nlther lJoer Park or Oakland,
1 Osrrott county, Mil,
TimEKMINUl'K TALKS it.fluiJua'tl
iimirr ed Wder de-
mlnas and town of New Mexico, The proflu
nwm rats n
rt IWI TIHIUR WW ' lUH lHUIM.li.irilKlf,
ralatlta toslMStn. cattle and aeneral farmuur.
. a. f.k I.. .I.A.ll ulo ...
No other coup try possesses SMI' S deslrasM
illmats all the ear around. Write to .(.
alm(r,P.A. Santa Pa Koute, Omaha, Nat.,
Hr ft cwpy.