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MUSIC AND DRAMA.
Gossip Gathered From the
The Plays and Those Who
Notes of Artists From All Quarters
of the Globe.
"A Pair of Jacks" at the Grand Tonight.
Manager H. C. Wyatt's Benefit.
Other Items of Interest.
A St. Louis la\«rer is suing Comedian
Russell for damafls. Mr. Russell made
fun of the lawyer in a gag on the stage.
H. 0. Miner is seeking to recover
$2,438.40, which he claims to have paid
out on costumes for Mrs. James Brown-
A new wrinkle has been introduced at
the Madison Square theater, New York,
where a beverage of lime-juice and
water is supplied to all patrons.
Rinaldo, a new tragedy in five acts by
Ernest bacy, will probably be given at
New York next season. The scenes are
laid in Italy in the sixteenth century.
Patti has positively declined all pro
posals to sing in this country next sea
son, and Mr. Abbey is authority for the
statement that there will be no Italian
opera performance in this country be
John Drew Fisher, the actor, who
died recently in Brooklyn, was the fifth
of his family to die at the same hour of
tbe same day of the same month. His
mother, brother, two sisters and himself
died in different years, but always at 7
a, m. on Sunday.
The Brazilian, the New York Casino
opera, has not caused the local press to
go into ecstacies. The Herald says: "It
is a great drop from The Grand Duchess
musically, pictorially and histrionically,
and the sooner it makes way for another
work the better for the Casino."
Sir Giovanni Emanuel, a famous Ital
ian actor, will visit America during the
season of 1801-92, under the management
of Sig. De Vivo. His repertoire will be
King Lear, Nero, Hamlet, The Bastard,
Alctoiades Mereader and Othello. His
leading lady will be Signora Verginia
Reiter, who is now sharing honors with
him at the Balba theater in Turin, Italy.
It is now definitely settled that Sara
Bernhardt will not come to America
next season, though it is announced that
she will surely come over in 1892. The
time that has been booked for her will
be filled by the Agnes Huntington
Opera Company. Mr. Abbey, who has
Bernhardt under contract, will probably
take her through Germany and Russia
after her London engagement.
Lawrence Barrett announces that he
expects to produce in about a year a
new tragedy written tor him by an Eng
lish author whose name he is not yet
willing to disclose. Its theme will be
the great career of Becket, archbishop
of Canterbury, while chief minister of
King Henry 11., ending with his murder
by barons who thought thereby to
please the king, with whom Becket had
Sir Arthur Sullivan is hard at work
on his new grand opera, Ivanhoe. So
far only two people have been engaged
for the "principal roles —Ben Davies, the
tenor, for the title role, and Eugene
Oudin, baritone, for the Templar. No
fewer than five leading baritones of Lon
don have announced to their friends
here that they were to sing the role.
Mr. Oudin's contract was signed Mon
On Tuesday evening of next week the
Young Men's Literary Society will give
an amateur minstrel performance for the
benefit of the society club rooms. Those
who will take part are Frank Scbeidler,
Eugene Kohler, Ben Lanning, Dick Sul
livan, Fred Kittß, Harry L. Price, Fran
cis Shipron, Eugene Kohler, L. F.
Shepard, Dick Sullivan, Geo. A. Hough,
Geo. Hargett, J. B. Arnold and Leo 0.
In the last number of Harper's, Mr.
Howells devotes a considerable portion
of his editorial columns to expressing
his contempt for the dramatic critics of
the daily press. His comments, how
ever, lose their sting when one recalls
that Mr. llowells once wrote a very bad
play that was most emphatically sat
upon by these same critics. There are
other unsuccessful writers of plays who
share Mr. Howells's sentiments. —[Chi-
Mr. W. F. Falk, the avant courier of
A Long Lane, or Pine Meadow, the latest
New York success, to be produced at the
Grand opera house Tuesday evening
July Ist, arrived yesterday, Hushed with
the success made by his attraction. A
Long Lane is a comedy drama dealing
with human interest and plentifully
spiced with comedy of a high order.
The company is now playing in San
Francisco to enormous business.
Writing to the Pall Mall Gazette Wil
liam S. Gilbert says: "You appear to
attribute the termination of my joint
work with Sir Arthur Sullivan to a ques
tion connected with the opera which he
is writing for DOyly Carte's new thea
ter. I shall feel obliged if you will per
mit me to state that my secession has
no connection, direct or indirect, with
the production of Sir A. Sullivan's new
opeia. For reasons that appeared to me
•to be sufficient I have voluntarily with
drawn from further collaboration, with
out, I am happy to say, putting an end
to the friendly relations which have ex
isted between Sir A. Sullivan and myself
for many years."
The Lumboltz Lecture.
Dr. Carl Luinholtz will lecture this
evening at tlie Unity church on Seventh
street, near Broadway, giving an account
of the manners and customs of the can
nibal tribes of Australia. The lecturer
conies highly recommended by the east
ern and English press, both for the in
terest of the matters on which be
speaks and for his excellent style of
"A Pair of Jacks."
At the Grand opera house 11. Grattan
Donnelly's farce, A Pair of Jacks, will
open this evening. It is said to be very
funny, and the plot favors that state
ment. The first scene opens in the re
ception room of Professor Jenkins
Queer's seminary for young ladies. Dur
ing the summer vacation "Hetty Hopes"
and Letty Still, pupils, have been left in
the professor's charge. Professor, who
is a hypochondriac with a mania for the
use of patent medicines, has for matron
of the school Pocahontas Smart, who
cherishes design! upon the fortune of
the p' ■iesso'. Ihe m on has a daugh
ter, GlorioF.i, and t ephew, Smooth
Sharp. sßhe professor a *o has a nephew,
Frank Howard, who is in love with
Zetty, the lively >ung maid of all work.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1890.
Pocahontas Smart has summoned to the
academy a lawyer, Judge Jack, to make
the will of Professor Queer in her favor.
At the same time the Professor's
nephew, Frank, has summoned Doctor
Jack to treat the professor for his ail
ments. The judge and the doctor arrive
on the same day, andjbeing exactly sim
ilar in dress and nppearance, are natur
ally confounded for one another. Judge
Jack being applied to by Prof. Queer for
medicine, gives him the only bottle he
possesses —a flask of "Old Crow." Its
effect on the professor is electrical.
He summons everybody and announces
that he will close up the seminary and
take everybody to a summer sanitarium
for recreation. The second act is in the
Invalids' Retreat. Mine. Smart is in
stalled as housekeeper, and is still en
deavoring to secure the professor's will
in her favor. The doctor and the judge
appear, and complicate matters by mak
ing violent love to Hetty, Letty and
Gloriosa, and both the doctor and judge
become engaged to each of the three
girls. This complication arises from the
fact that the girls are only aware of the
judge's presence, and the doctor is con
tinually taken for the judge. The third
act returns to the seminary. There the
fact that there are a judge and a doctor,
exactly alike in appearance, is first dis
closed, and the complications are
straightened out. Pocahontas finally
weds the professor, to find that the for
tune that be is supposed to possess is
held by him in trust for Dollie Dalrym
ple, who is supposed to be dead. It is
conveniently shown that Zetty is Dollie
Dairymple, and the fortune belongs to
her. She and Frank are married, the
judge weds Hetty Hopes, the doctor
weds Letty Still, Gloriosa weds Smooth
Sharp, and Pocahontas having bagged
the professor (for which she is sorry,
since his fortune is gone), nothing re
mains but lor the curtain to fall.
The performance tonight will be for
the benefit of Manager H. C. Wyatt,
who has long catered to the amusement
loving public. It is more than likely
that every seat will be taken.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
Editors Herald—Please give space
to the following for tbe enlightenment of
Mr. Kercheval and others:
The slur thrown out regarding the
taking of the census and branding it as
a humbug and delusion because one
poor "fellah" is left out is hereby con
tradicted in so far as the sixth ward is
concerned. Allow me to inform the
above "gentleman" that the enumerator
called at his place twice on Saturday,
June 14th, and found only a swarm of
bees on his front porch, and as 1 enum
erated Mr. Wadleigh, who lives on an
adjoining place, I must have "shown
up" in his vicinity.
If the people who complain would
stay at home or call at the Bryson-Bone
brake block and fill out the proper
blanks it would save many a wearisome
walk and show their interest in the
work. Let Mr. Kercheval come to the
office and save the undersigned twenty
cents car fare and a chance of finding no
one at home, and the census will be
complete in so far as he is concerned.
C. W. Steams,
Census Enumerator for Precinct C,
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WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 23d.
The Fun Wonder of the XIX Century !
THE LATEST MUSICAL FARCICAL COMEDY.
A PAI It OF JACKS!
By H. Grattan Donnelly, Esq., author of
Natural (las. Later On, etc.
—Monday, June 23d—
BENEFIT OF MANAGER H. C. WYATT.
South Spring street.
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 23D.
OF ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE.
Opening Address Joseph S. Glass
Oration "Public Education
Henry L. Dunnigan.
Class Oration "Science and Christianity"
David S. Sncdden.
Address Rev. P. J. Fisher
CHURCH OF THE UNITY,
Seventh street, near Broadway.
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WILL GIVE AN
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JUNE 24TH, 25TH, 26T11, 27TH AND 28TH.
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Lunch Berved from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
SATURDAY, JULY STH, 1890, AT 3 P. M.
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Grand Musical Programme, Elocution, Scenes,
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Citizens and strangers invited.
Free reading-room and library open daily.
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