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THE COUKiER
DIAMOND DUST.
THEATRICAL NOTES.
I
r BASE BALL, FOR THE WEEK.
The race continues to bo a hot one.
Wo are all after the rag known hb the Pennant.
TheCocrier this week publishes the batting averages of the
Lincoln Club including the game of Wednesday.
Omaha, who has more pitchers than any other club in the associa
tion, has got still another one; his name is Abbey and he comes from
Chicago and in his first game he showed up in fine form and will do
much to pull the Omahas out of the hole.
If Pequigney is released he will find no trouble catching on with
some one of the other clubs as he is without doubt the fastest short
stop in tbe Western Association and the only cause that can be
given for nis release is the fact that he is unable to hit the ball at
the proper time.
In conversation with The Codkiek, Louie Baltz declares that he
will quit base ball at the end of this week and will accept a position
in the sheriff's office at his home in California. Louio haB many
friends who will be sorry to have him leave but all are glad to know
that he is getting a good position.
During this year Lincoln has had the following players on its pay
roll: Lawrence, Devereaux, Pequigney, Ebright, Hughes, Sullivan
McCarthy McKibben, McCann, McGreavy, McQuaid, McMakin
Lookabaugh, Speer, Mertes, J. Johnson, Youngy Johnson, Barnes
Kimerer, Ayfei, Dunn, Corbett, Baltz, Wood, and the three new
men, Whitehead, Sweeney and Powers.
There has been several changes in the make up of the clubs of the
Western association during the past week and nearly every club in
the association is doing something to strengthen its make up. St.
Joe has four new men. There are Kling, Feenan, Graney and Tub
Welch, who will be remombered in Lincoln as the big catcher, who,
during the season of '87 played with Leavenworth. Jacksonville
has a new catcher who hails from the Eastern League, his name is
Lohbeck.
Peoria has signed Red Armstrong who was replaced on the St
Joe team by Tub Welch. Manager Flynn has gone east to look for
some pitching talent Quincy is still in hard luck, Munyan, who is
one of their best men, being laid up from the injury he received dur
ing the game here Monday. While all these clubs have been getting
new players Manager Ebright has not been asleep. He has signed
three of the best infielders of the Eastern League, namely. Powers,
Whitehead and Sweeney. Powers will replace Jimmy Sullivan at
firet base. Whitehead will go to third and Sweeney will tak3 up his
position as short All of these players are sluggere and with the ex
ception of Whitehead have never been seen in Lincoln. Whitehead
will be remembered as the third baseman who played in Leaven
worth during the season of '86. Pete Sweenew is an old timer having
played in the national league. Just who Manager Ebright will re
lease is not known.
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BOOMS 94, 95, 96, BURR BLK.
SURGEON DENTIST.
Henry E. Dixey has been absorbed in Augustine Daly's stock
company.
"Charley's Aunt' will open a three nights' engagement at the
Boyd, Omaha, Monday.
Mrs. James Brown Potter has three days at Boyd's Omaha, next
week. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
John Drew will appear in "Butterflies. at the Boyd, Omaha, Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 3, 4 and 5.
Madeline Pollard will mcke her first appearance in Chicago in
October. The play selected is Tennye, a comedy drama.
Corbett will appear in a new play about January 1893. The
title will probably be A Naval Cadet. One of the scenes will be a
sensational rescue in mid-ocean. Another is an episodo in the
Quartier Latin, Paris, iD which Corbett will have a set-to with a
Parisian tough. Corbett is o make a tour of Europe next year.
An open air performance of As You Like It will be given August
27 at Frank Mayo's home, Crockett Lodge, near Canton, Pennsyl
vania. Mies Rose Coghlan will appear as "Rosalind," Mr. John
Kellardas "Orlando," Mr. Mayo as "Jaquss,"' and Mr. Wm. G.
Beach as the "Banished Duke."
Paderewski's third tour in America will bagin at the Metropolitan
Opera House, New York, Do:ember 27, after which he will play in
the following cities: Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Lou'iBville, St. Louis, Kansas City and
Denver, opening in SanFrancisco on or about January 20, afterward
taking the principal cities on the Pacific Coast; thence to Salt Lake
City, Denver, Omaha, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Chicago
Pittsburg, Baltimore, Washington, followed by the principal cities
in the east.
The Marie Tavary Grand English Opera Company, which opens
its season early in September at the Park Theatre in Brooklyn will
interpret the largest repertoire ever attempted by a grand opera
organization. Manager Charles H. Pratt during the forthcoming
tour throughout the Uuited States and Mexico, will present twenty
eight of the most celebrated works of the greatest composers.
Among the more pretentious productions arranged are, Puccini's
"Hanon Loscant', Aida, Masked Ball, Ernani, Norma, Romeo and
Juliet, William Tell, L'Africanie, Dinorah, Magic Flute, Stradella,
Lucia, Flying Dutchman, Hugenots, Tanhauser and others. The
organization will includo chorus, orchestra and ballet. It will
number almost one-hundred and fifty people and travel by special
train. The list of artists in support of Madam Tavary were pub
lished last week and embrace a liBt never excelled in English grand
opera. Reherarsals commenced last Monday and will continue
night and day until the opening.
Be sure and put a box of Ayer's Pills in your satchel before travel
ing, either by land or sea. You will find them convenient, efficac
ious, and safe. The best remedy for costiveness, indigestion and
sick headache and adapted to any climate.
See Sisler Before ordering Ice Cream, he can save you money
133 south 12th street. Phone 630.
E. Sisler. Wholesale Ice Cream and fruit ices. New location, at
133 south 12 St Phone 630.
CHOLERA INFANTUM
That most dreaded summer complaint occurring mostly among
children from six months to three years of age, is quickly cured by
the use of HUMPHREYS' SPECIFICS 4 and?. For sale by all
druggists.
When the ice man comes be sure the name LINCONL ICE CO.
is on the wagon, they have no pond ice. 1040 O Street.
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