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THE SUNDAY KDKPiALD, SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 18QO.
THE AMUSEMENT WOULD.
WHAT nAS IlKKN AND WUATIS GOING
Kny Tomploton nnil "Ho ml rile Hudson"
Tlio Hills for the Coming Week nt the
Ijocixl TlrontroN-Mlnstrolfly nnd Kmo
1 1 on ill Driitmi Notes.
Last week nt Albaugh's Grand Opera House
Miss Fny Tcrapleton nnd her gny satellites
played lively havoc with the revered name of
"Hendrlk Hudson." The startling revelations
which they inado ns tp tho personal character of
thnt ccntlemnn caused even the oldest Inhabi
tants, who largely occupied tho front rows, to
regard tho early discoverer In an entirely differ
ent light from that furnished by tho historians.
It has been several years since tho festive Fay
has been seen in this country, and, notwith
standing tho fact that her notorious array of
diamonds, now lendiug lustro to the dark re
cesses of the custom-houso in New York, could
hot make a joint appearanco with her, largo
numbcrs.turncd out to sco how tho pugilist hand
of time had dealt with her fair faco and form.
A slight lncrcaso In avoirdupois, and that is
about tho only detraction discoverable which
could not bo remedied by tho hand of art. Sho
disappointed but fow and pleased many. Tho
burlesquo Is but a concoction of airy nothings
calculated to show oft handsome costumes of an
abbreviated style, as well as tho consequent re
sultants, and In this it Is successful. Of course
thero is no plot. It is all a variety jumble, and
aside from Miss Tcmpleton tho only person of
real merit in tho cast is Mr. Edwin Stevens,
whoso clover work has been en jo ved hero before.
IIo does tho part of Kill Von Kidl, an editor,
and while thero Is but small opportunity in tho
role for him to display his ability ho uses his
means to the best advantage. The corps de bal
let Includes some handsome girls, but the female
portion of the cast comprises several rare relics
of antiquity. There Is a good deal of llfo In tho
movement of tho modern "Hendrlk Hudson,"
however, and tho piece will probablv please
large audiences throughout the country!
Albniigli's Grand Opera House.
At lo6t Washingtonians are to judge for them
selves of the merits of Miss Jano Coombs, an
actress who has established a high reputation in
other parts of this country as well as in Europe
and Australia. The Cincinnati Commercial, in
an editorial on female beauty, says: "The great
actress, Miss Jano Coombs, has this divine gift
in a very rare degree. In classical perfection of
features, in depth and refinement of expression,
In perfection of form and grace of movements,
she has few peers. It is no approach to exag
geration to say that sho Is the most beautiful
woman on the American stage," Tho Chicago
Times says: "In 'The Hunchback' la6t night
for tho hundredth time Miss Jane Coombs faced
tho ordeal and came off triumphant. In every
scene sho was great, but In tho fifth act, where
the most passionate of scenes over written ends
with the famous line, 'Do it, nor leave the task
to me,' sho was absolutely peerless in her power.
Spleudld In stage presence, regal In bearing, beau
tiful in her expressive face, musical In voice, re
fined in style, of perfect tasto In tho minor matter
of dress, sho is tho Ideal Julia as she is tho great
Juliet of our stage." Tho Cincinnati Enquirer
says, In speaking of her Juliet: "It was when
tho strongest passages of tho tragedy were on
that Miss Coombs rose peer of tho actresses
whose names have become traditional among
play-goers Siddons, Kemblo, Cushman. In
tho scene where tho news of Romeo'1 a sup
posed death is received tho depletion of tho grief
and passion of Juliet is wonderful. It is a
fitting introduction to that parting 6cene, whoso
pathos none who ever witnessed Miss Coombs's
rendition will ever forget, tho moment when tho
banished Romeo takes his last farewell of his
new-made- bride. Tho agony which has been In
fused into tho word 'baulshed' until it sends a
thrill Of SVmtlnt.hvivlHl tlinKtrlnlrnn rtrl Mirmmli
tho rapt house in the preceding scenes Is forgot
ten in tho tenderness of tho broken-hearted
adieu." Tho Boston Post says of her Margaret
Elmore: "Her actiug last uight abounded in pas
sages of splendid power and electrical effect.
In tho scene with her father and Lafont, when
tho lattor proposes to tell herher fathor's dread
ful secret and tho father tries to kneel in suppli
cation to his persecutor, her provention of tho
humiliation was a superb dramatic effect." Tho
Courier-Journal, of Louisville, says: "Seldom
has tho Louisville stage produced anything so
natural, beautiful, and affecting. What wo say
of this scene will apply to all tho latter scenes
of the play. In tho death-bed scene, when 6ho
walks to tho glass, and, seeing her emaciated
faco, realizes the frightful reality that death has
laid Its hands upon her and falls back into a
chair, overcome with despair, begging piteously
to only live till spring-till Armand comes
there was hardly a dry eyo in tho audience."
Iho Molbourno (Australia) Argus say6: "A
woman of wondrous beauty, in a toilette such as
is only dreamed of by most of our fashionable
dames, stood rovealed, bending forward slightly.
'So stoops tho statue that enchants tho world.'
Lady Teazle was tho embodiment of womanly
grace and loveliness, while her attitudo spoke at
tho 6amo time tho humiliation of tho true woman
aud wife brought to a sudden realization of tho
depth of tho abyss to which her thoughtless feet
had approached." Tho Loudon Telegraph says:
"Hero is an educated face, full of that light and
life which como only from cultured intellect aud
exquisitely refined tasto." On Monday evening
our readers can judge for themselves of tho jus
tice of these llatteriug encomiums when Miss
Coombs appears at Albaugh's.
Creoles and Orientals nt Kcrnan's.
A feast never before enjoyed by North Ameri
cans is what is promised in Bam, T, Jack'6 Creole
Burlesquo Company, which will make its first
appearanco at Roman's to-morrow night. The
company consists exclusively, it Is said, of Cre
ole beauties from tho sunny South and Egyp
tian lady artists, accompanied by four obony
hued eunuchs from far Stamboul. Manager
Jack, who conceived tho Idea of combining tho
rare grace of tho tropics with tho wondrous
beauty of tho Orient, picked out these artists
himself, confident that the varied entertainment
their talent affords would bo one of tho pleasant
surprises of tho day. Every opportunity is af
forded tho artists to bo seen at tholr best.
Americans will sco them for tho first time In
marches, classic poses, graceful gyrations, hear
their native songs and music, and watch their
wild, voluptuous dances. Tho burlesque, "Tho
Beauty of tho Nile," enriched by fine costumes
and scenery of now design, Introduces tho entire
company. Crcolean beauties and Egyptian art
ists divide the honors in gay gavottes, sensa
tional dances, and soulful songs.
Thatcher's Minstrels nt tho National.
A good minstrel gntortainment Is always
sure of generous patronage in Washington.
George Thatcher Is, as every ouo In Washing
ton knows, a good minstrel, and is said to have
this year ono of tho beet companies now on tho
road. Tho troupo will appear next week at tho
National Theatre, and that It will do a flno
business and disslpato a great deal of dyspep
sia goes without saying. In addition to tho
only Thatcher hlmsolf, tho list of gravlty-do-stroyors
contains such names as thoso of Ray
mond Holmes, James Carroll, Thomas Lo
Mack, Ed Marble, John Wild, Jay Quigloy,
John A. Coleman, George W. Lewis, John
Roouoy, (positively no relation to Annie, ovon
by marriage,) Joseph Kclley, II. W. Frlllman,
and many others. Tho report is almost too
much to expect a minstrel-experienced public
to bellovo, but It is asserted on tho highest au
thority, (that of Mr. Thatcher's agent himself.)
that tho jokes now in use by tho troupo are all
new, original, and of this season's vintage.
Perhaps it is indiscreet in The IIska.i.u to make
this announcement, as a largo section of the
minstrel-patronizing public loves tho dear old
jokes as they lovo their old friends and old
jmiuBj uui. it ia niways Dest to give ino news.
Tho songs of tho entertainment, comic and
otherwise, also said to be now, and tho special
ties aro novel and pleasing. Georgo Thatcher
himself has a now act, which took immensely
in Boston and other cities much less laughter
Jo7ing than Washlncton. Altogether, great
things aro promised of tho show, and the week
at the National will bo ono of hilarity.
Lillian Iiewis at the Bijou.
The popular emotional actress, Lillian Lewis,
will bo at the Bijou Theatre this week with a
new play and a company that promises a highly
satisfactory presentation of it. "Credit Lor
raine" Is from the pen of Lawrence Marston,
who has distinguished himself by some excel
lent work in stage literature Tho story is
worthy of a brief narration. The heroine, Lenira
di Castiglioni, tho principal character, falls in
love with Ramcau, a popular leader and a
man whom she has previously exposed to tho
police. After having entered into a scheme to
wreck his fortune by meanB of Credit Lorraine
sho sacrifices her own fortune to save his.
Lusianan, tho chief of police, denounces her
to Ramcau as the informant against him,
and in her rage sho stabs him. In tho
struggles of death ho inflicts a mortal wound
on her. She Implores Ramcau? s forgiveness; ho
denies it, and she dies insane just as ho relents.
It is difllcult to give In a brief synopsis a clear
Idea of the story of a play, but oven tho above
brief outline makes it plain that thero aro ex
traordinary dramatic possibilities presented.
Miss Lewis's costumes will be unusually ex--pensive
and elegant. Ono dress has a lace front
of six and a quarter yardB, worth $125 Der yard;
another, a pearl beaded front, worth "250; an
other, a train of gold bullion, worth nearly
$500; embroidery valued at$C00; cloaks trimmed
with ostrich plumes, white beaver, blue fox, and
Thibet lamb's fur. Tho usual prices will still ho
Notes of the Stajje.
Tho Kendals and their company will sail from
England for this country on tho 24th.
AuRiistin Daly's Company will recommence
business in Philadelphia on September 29.
Francis Wilson will give "Tho Merry Monarch"
for eight weeks in Philadelphia this season.
Marlon Manola has becomo a dutfer. That is,
sho has joined J. 0. Duff's Opera Company.
Lawrence Barrett will make a scenic revival
of "Francesco Da Rimini" tho coming season.
Lecoco, tho French composer who novnr hnrt n
failure, is now engaged on his twenty-eighth
Hubert Wllko did not meet with much success
In San Francisco with his now play, "Petl, tho
Rico's reorganized Surprise Party will begin its
season In tho now skit, "Tho World's Fair," to
morrow night in Philadelphia.
Paulino Hall will havo u number of old-timers
In her opera company, among them Rosa Cooko,
Charles H.Drow, and Joo Groensfeldor.
Ernesto Rossi, tho Italian tragedian, has Just
returned to Italy from Russia with 850,000 as tho
proceeds of a tour in tho land of tho Czar.
Tho pretty viollnlste, Tereslnu Tua, who made
Quito a furore In this country a couple of seasous
ago, rocontly becanao tho mother of twins.
A correspondent traveling in Russia has dis
covered that that country possesses moro good
theatres than any other country in Europe
Margaret Mather's "personal representative'
deolares that Bernhardt will play Romeo to
Margaret's Juliet during tho season of 1892-'03.
Nut Goodwin loft England on Thursday for
Now York, much lighter In pockot, it is boliovod,
than when ho sailed away from these shores in
tho spring. ,
Robert Mantcll began his now starring tour at
Duluth Thursday night. His repertory includes
"Tho Corsican Brothers," "Monbars," "Hatnlot,"
"Gabrlollo'Ms tho name of a now play which
Roso Coghlan will add to her roportory this sea
son. Sho will continue "Masks and Faces"
iiiuuuu uui jJiuye.
A member of tho French Chambor of Deputies,
M. Maximo Lecomto, has presented a bill impos
ing a tax of ton francs a year on each piano, har
monium, and organ in actual use.
Tho McCaull Opera Company was very well re
ceived in its now opera. "Tho Seven Suabians,"
in Now York tho past week. Thero aro several
catchy musical numbers in tho work.
A Mendelssohn festival will probably bo held
in tho Crystal Palace, London, in June, 1602. It
Is expected that a chorus of 4,000 will assist iu tbo
performance of "St. Paul," ''Elijah," and other
Mr. Giles Sluno, of this city, who engaged early
in tho season to appear in "Tho Whirlwind" with
Helen Dauvray, did not llko tho part assigned
him and resigned. Ho has since engaged with
Tho Conrold Opera Company this season will
conllno itself to "Tho King's Fool" and "Tho
Gypsy Barou." Among tho members of tho
company will bo Bettina Padolford, Annlo Rus
sell, and Francos Rousseau. '
Annlo Louise Cary Raymond has organized a
ladles' quartet which she is now training for Sun
day work in Now York hospitals. Mrs. Raymond
will Bing;ln tho quartets, and tho music selected
will be simple, familiar nlra.
Ludwltr, tho urcot baritone, passed thesumraer
atnn Irish sca-sldo resort. Ho will return to
this country tho latter part of September, and
will bo i heard during the season at tho principal
music festlvuls and In concert.
W. II. Crano's "Senator" will begin a new term
at tho Now York Star Theotro to-morrow night.
It is cxpeoted it will run thoro until tho 1st of
January. Mr.T. D. Fruwley, of this city, will
again bo a member of tho company.
A Western paper, whoso dramatic critic seems
to bo vory planltsimo, said recently: "Emma
Abbott Is a whole-souled llttlo creature and has
no fads," and n compositor who had been cele
brating n birthday set it Up "has no pads."
Henry C. Do Millo and David Bolasco havo
comploted tho now play for tho New York
Lyceum Theatre which thoy havo been working
on Blnco last December. Thero are twenty-two
acting parts in it, und tho scene is laid in New
Miss Mary Howe, the soprano singer from Ver
mont, who has aroused the pride of Now Eng
land, ir not of tho country, 6ays sho will sing
only In concert for tho next two or three years.
It is tho wear and tearon ono's voico and physi
cal strength In opera that I want to put oil for a
fow years," sho sayp.
Tho list of Blngers of tho Boston Ideal Opera
Company for this season Is not at all suggestive
or old times. It inoludes tho names of Idolla
Grenquist. soprano; Edith Murllla, soubrettc;
Julia Glover, lata of tho Boston Museum "Fau
vctto" cast; Henri Laurent and Frank Blair,
comedians; Lloyd Wilson, baritone, and Joseph
Break, break, break,
On tho cold, gray stones. O, sea I
But the misspent cosh of a summer gono
i in iiuvit uuiuu uuuic io mo.
Ah l well for tho actor man,
That has sumraured in St. Louie.
But oh 1 and alas I for tho minstrel bwcII
That has strutted beside tho sea I
It is becoming very difllcult to deal with the
stage in these days. The stage carpenter has so
largely usurped tho space behind tho footlights
that one feels that It is a manliest injustlco to
nim that his name should not head tho bill In big
type, and that his asststuntsshould not bo known
by name as well as works to tho public which
they enterlaln. Boston Homo Journal.
Lewis Morrison has recommenced his season In
"Faust," In which ho seems to succeed in certain
sections of tho'country. although thero is little in
thoplay. Morrison claims to have expended
58,000 this year in scenery and properties.
Among tho latter ho claims to have dovlsed a
method of projecting electricity through tho at
mosphere, producing a ronl though miniature
Hash of lightning.
A cry of flro was raised in tho Buenos Ayres
Grand Opera House recently while "ThoHugo
nots" was being sung. A stampede of the Im
mense audtenco at onco began, and an awful
catastrophe seemed imminent, when tho con
ductor of tho orchestra ordered tho musicians
who had not lied to strike up tho Argentine Na
tional nnthem. Tamagno, tho tenor, who was
tho Raoul, took up tbo air with his powerful
voice, and tho panic was stopped as if by magic.
Mme. Sarah Bernhardt's noxt tour will be of a
very extended nature and will necessitate tho
great actress being nwayfrom Europe till 1893.
During her wanderings sho will visit North and
South America, India, and other parts of Asia
and Australia, so that sho will practically make
tho circuit of tho world. "Cleopatra" shall bo
produced at tho Porte Saint-Martin Theatre on
tho Cth of October. It will run till the 0th of
January, and Mme. Bernhardt and tho support
ing company will embark on tho 8th.
WELCOME TO FATHER GLOYD.
Interesting Programme by tho Uubles of St.
A hearty welcome homo was given to Father
Gloyd, of St. Stephen's, who has just returned
from a trip to Europe, by tho little ones of St.
Ann's Infant Asylum. The kindergarten class,
sixty-6oven m number, gavo an entertainment,
consisting of marches, addresses, sones, recita
tions, dialogues, and dumb-bell exercises and
drills. Thoweo folks were appropriately cos
tumed, self-possessed to a degree that would
outdo many a professional, and all through tho
long proerammo of about thirty numbers thoy
disported themselves in a manner highly credit
able to their teachers, tho good sisters. Tho
llttlo performers were admirably accompanied
on tho piano by Miss Sara Maher.
Tho heart of Mr. Hubbard Smith would have
been gladdened could ho havo heard "The Talo
of Woe" as rendered by a lovely little Sister
Sue and her brother Tommy. It was tho suc
cess of the day, and was repeated, by tho special
request of Father Gloyd at tho close of tho per
formance. Among the thirty or forty spectators and
visitors present wero Father Gloyd. Father
Walter, and Father O'Connell
After tho programme was finished tho little
folks marched up stairs, followed by tho guests,
to a large room where two long, low tables
were spread with white cloths. T'hero wore
about three dozen moro llttlo tots seated in tiny
chairs or In tho rocking-horse chairs which de
light tho juvenile heart. When all tho weo
ones wero seated ice-cream and cako wero
passed to them. This was Father Glovd's
Thoso of the visitors who cared to go wero
taken through tho house by tho good sisters in
.charge. Beds for 125 llttlo folks! All sweet
and clean and comfortable for poor llttlo waifs
and strays of humanity. A noblo work, truly,
to which these self-sacrificing women have de
voted their lives.
A Grand Tour of tho West.
No moro attractive outing can bo imagined
than a tour through tho famous regions of tho
West aud Northwest at this season of the year.
Tho magnificent mountain region is clothed in
all tho glory of autumn coloring and all tho
picturesque regions of tho coast aro at their
very best. Aa opportunity to make a tour of
this kind, under tho guidance of an experienced
conductor and in a palatial train of cars, will
soon bo afforded our citizens, Tho Bankers',
Merchants', and Manufacturers' Tourist Partv
will leave Washington September 25 for a tour
of tho West, arriving at San Francisco October
9 and returning to Washington October 25.
Mr. J. A. Finch, who by some years' oxporienco
in conducting excursions of this kind has won
an enviable reputation, will havo charge of tho
party. IIo will bo aided by Mrs. Finch, his
wife, and by their joint efforts every facility
will be given to the excursionists, both ladies
and gentlemen, for a thoroughly enjoyable
time. Tho train will bo a solid vestibule train
of Pullman cars, aud will bo used without
change tho entire trip. Westward bound tho
excursionists will leavo Washington at n-in v.
ci6co Octobor 9. Returning thoy will pass
m, stoppiug ac uinclnnati, Chi-
, .uuwauKee, at. raw. -Minneapolis, Du-
, Bismarck, Helena, Spokane Falls, Ta
a, Seattle, Portland, arrivimr at San Prnn.
mrougu tuo rausaaes, ugueu, salt .Lake City,
Provo, Guunison, Marshall Pass, Sollda, Car-
vjtij, iuuuu, vuiuiouu njuiuuH, juanuou,
Denver, Lincoln, Kansas City, St. Louis, and
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Over a Million Distributed.
H tyiwatL NgH M
,nc.0.r0,rnted l,y the Legislature for Educotlonnland
Charitable purposes, and its franchise madenpartof the
present State Constitution, in 1879, by an overwhelm
ing popular vote.
Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWINGS take
R1Sc.Vknn,nH?l&wHHne nnd December,) and its
QRAN,D.lNaLE NUMBER DRAWINGS tate place In
each of the other ten months in the year, and nre all
drawn In public, at the Academy of Music, New Or
"We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrange
ments for all the Monthly and Seini-Annual Drawings of
The Louisiana State Lottery Co., and in person manage
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1 PRIZE OF
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5 PRIZES OF
25 PRIZES OF
100 PRIZES OF
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Attho Academy of Music, New O rleans , In,
Tuesday, September 0, 1800.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 300,000.
100,000 Tickets at $30; Halves, $10;
Quarters, $5; Tenths, $S; Twentieths, 81.
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1UU,UUU IS 1(10,001
50,000 is '. S0.00I
25,000 1s 25,006
10,000 are 20,000
6,000 are 25.000
1,000 are , 25,000
500 are 50,000
300 are 00,000
200 are loo.ooo
100 Prizes of f500 are $00,000
lOOPrizesof 300 ore 30 000
100 Prizes of 200 are 2o!ooc
nnn . . TERMINAL PRIZES:
999 Prlzesof 100 are 90,000
999Prlzesof lOOare 93,900
3,134 Prizes amountlnsto $1,004,800
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UNTIL THE FIRST OF JANUARY, 1895. Tho Legis
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PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. INTE
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Decorating, Gliding, Bronalng. Estimates fur
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