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THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1891.
WHAT THE THEATERS OFFER The List of Attractions Billed Hero for I This and State Fair Week. The Wilbur Opera Companj at the Fark To Morrow "Blue Jeans" "Potter of Texas," and Peter Baker Next Week Notes. The Park Theater trill haTo a practical monopoly of the theater business this -week, as it will bo the only honso open in the ciiyv The attraction Trill be a very popular one, namely, the Wilbur Opera Company, -which this season is larger and stronger than ever. Carina the past four month this company has been play in ? a season of summer onera in Minneapolis and St. Paul, in which it achieved such success as to bo ro-engaged for a like season of thirty weeks next year. The principals in the company are Miss Susie Kirwin, a favorite ., trheiever she play; Will H. Kohnle, principal comedian, a resident of this city; Misa Dorothy Morton, soprano; Miss Lizzie Gonzales, contralto; James E. Coaly, tenor; E. A. Clark, baritone; II. W. Tre-Denick, P. W. Naves and G. C. Fisher, comedians. The repertoire announced for the week is varied and nt- tractiie. Both matineo and even inz to-mcrrow. "Erminie" will be giTen; on Tuesday, "Falka;" Wednes day; Grand Dnchess;" Thuradaj-. "Princess Toto;" Friday, Bohemian Girl;" Saturday, two operas; matinee, "Fra Diavolo;" night. -Queen's Cadets." As the company is the largest and most expensive that plays at the Park, and could not meet its expenses at the usual house prices, a slight increase of prices will be bade. At the matinees tho charges will be 10 cents for the gallery and CO cents for all the tirst floor; nights, gallery, 10 cents; dress circle, SO cenU; orchestra and orches tra circle, 40 cents; sofa chairs. 50 cents. There is already a large advance sale of seats Naturally enough, Messrs. Dickson fc TalDott are looking forward to State fair week tt ith much interest, and the theatri cal attractions provided for it are suffi ciently varied and strong to draw city as well ai country people. At the Grand, Mr. Joseph Arthur's comedy drama of Indiana life, "Blue Jeans." which made an unques tioned hit here last season, will bo pre sented during the -week, the original New York production being given. Thosowho have seen Mr. Arthur's charming play will be clad of the opportunity to see it again. "Mr. Potter of Texas" will receive its in itial presentation in this city at English's, dnrinir fair week. Like its predeces sor. "Mr. Ilarnes of New York " "Mr. Potter of Texas," in its dramatic form, is a reproduction by Archibald Clavenng Gnnter from his narrative of tho same ndaie. The success of "Mr. Potter of Texas" at the Star Theater. New York, warranted Manager Frank W. Sanger in exploiting the play on the road. Joseph Wheelock and Jellreys Lewis, in the leading roles, are suf ficient guaranty to all acquainted with the atrical all airs as to the quality of the mate rial which Mr. Sanger will oiler in his com pany. The scenic features will be the same that characterized the original New York production. "Pete" Baker, whom no star exceeds in popularity with the patrons of the Park, will bo there next week in the revised edi tion of "The Emigrant" and "Bismarck." Gossip of the Stajje. Robert Man toll has added a new play, 1heLouisanian," to his repertory. Frederick Solomon is composing the music for an operetta called "Diana.'.' William Castle, the well-known tenor of former days, has taken charge of the Chi cago Musical College. Edwin Arden's new piece, called "Night and Moraine." is reported to have begun well in Newark last week. Sol Smith Russell writes that "Peaceful Valley" -is draw jug. better than any play that he has ever appeared in. J. II, Dobbins, of Richmond. Ind., who was manager of "!A Soap Bubble.'' has re tired, and is now with "The Hustler" com pany. , John F. Sheridan, now in Australia, will cake a tour of Amorica under the manage ment of Frank W. tiancer. Sheridan will appear in "Bridget OBrien, Esq." "Pete" Baker, who is unquestionably the strongest attraction that clays at th Park, is booked for there next week. He will appear in "The Emigrant" and "Bismarck." Fannie Brown, once a well-known actress, died in Boston lately, and left SSO.OCO to the "dramatic fund." As the "fund" has col lapsed the $bO,000 will causo a lively scrim mage in the courts. Henry Gny Carleton's American play, Ye Earlie Trouble," was produced at tho Boston Museum on Monday. There are some excellent revolutionary scenes in the piay, which was warmly received. Fanny Rice, so long a New York Casino favorite, is starring this season, in a new comedy, by Arthur Wallack, entitled "A Jolly Surprise." From authentic sources the report Is it will prove an agreeable sur prise. A florid press agent writes' of Minnie Eeligman: "Rachel and Bernhardt reach out to her their welcoming hands, and in her eyes of dauntless blue there is the promise and potency of world-conquering renown." Will fl. Kohnle, a well-known young man of this citv, who is the leading come dian with the Wilbur Opera Company, that plars at the Park this week, is billed as "just from the Alharabra Theater, Lon don." Oh, why is this? "The Power of the Press," Augustus Pitoa and George Jessop's melodrama, which made one of the important successes of last season in Now York, starts on tho road next Monday night at Colonel Sinn's Paric Theater in Brooklyn. The cast of "All the Comforts of Home" this season will embrace all the favorites of last, with a notablo strengthening of the ladies. Charles Frohman intends to make this season's production fully equal, if not better than, that of the last, "Abraham Lincoln" closed its successful . engagement at the Grand last night and the company went to Chicago, whero they open.to-night at the Chicago Opera-house, for two weeks. Thence they co to Colum bus, O., Philadelphia and St. Louis. "The Cadi." Bill Nye's new play, with Thomas Seabrcoke as tho atar, was "tried on t(o do" and New England towns last week, and is reported to be a success. It ili go into the Union-square Theater, New York, the 21st for twenty weeks. Minnie Gale began her starring tour on Monday at Philadelphia in Oscar Wild's "The Uuchefts of Padua." which Lawrence Barrett produced under the ni.mc of "Guido Fsrranti." Crestou Clark wan Guido. Miss Gale made a very favorable impression in Philadelphia. Therefs naid to be a chorus girl in the Hslleu and Hart Company who has been on the stago only three tuasons. during which time she ban spent four months of each year in school in Massachusetts, ami successfully paid her way by the savings from her salary as a singer. Mr. Lawrence Ilanley, formerly leading man in Lawrence Barrett's Company, is Playing Perry Bascom in "Bine Jeans" this season. The company otherwise is practic ally unchanged. An elaborate production of Mr. Arthur's successful comedy will be Riven at the Grand next week. v E. H. Sotbern and his new play. 'The Dancing Girl," made a 'distinct bit in tho New York Lyceum Theater Monday night. It is a heavy production and has over forty People in the cast. It i written by Henry Arthur Jones, author of ".Jndah" and "The Middleman," which E. S. Wiilard produced here. Jatnes Maas was taken with an apoplectic fit in the second act of "Tho Nabobs" at the -Ametbnry (Mass.) Opera-house. He fell gainst the footlights and was badly burned on hin head and body. A panic seemed imminent, and there wa great ex citernent for a time. Mr. Maas narrowly reaped death, lie once lived iu Indian apolis. Miss Jellreys Lewis goo on th road this eaon in a rol that will lit her lik a a lor. Lady Annrley. the heroine of "Mr. Potter of Texas." has been assigned her by Mana ger Frank W. Sanger. Every reader of Managers Dickson of the largest, strongest called popular prices for And forty other talent&Z performers, including Miss Dorothy Morton, J. E. Conly, Mr. W. H. Kolinle, Mr. R A. Clark, Mr. H. W. Tre-Denick, Mr. P. W. Naves, Mr. G. C. Fisher, comprising THE ORIGrllSr A.L WILBUROPERACo TO-MORHOW-Matineo TUESDAY, -m a t i a 99 WEDNESDAY, GRAND DUCHESS." TEA current literatnre is familiar with the char acter so strongly drawn by Mr. Archibald C. Gnnter. and It does not reouire any stretch of tho imagination to fit Miss Lewis to the part. Harry Lacy is about to present a new production to his nnraerons admirers throughout the country, in the form of a drama writen by A. C. Wheeler, entitled Jack Koyal of the Ninety-second." It is a military drama without a war. Its action does not no out of New York city. A mag nificent production is being prepared, and the company, which embraces many New York favorites, is in the rehearsal. New York Mirror. Apropos of Henry Ar thur Jones's claim that bis dramas point a moral, Kichard Manstield remarked recent ly that all of the plays that he himself acted had a direct moral. "Loo'i at the moral of Dr. Jekylland Mr. Hyde and of liaron Chevrial.,r "What's the moral of Trince Karl!" The actor paused, then said, disconsolately: "A. C. Gunternasit still in his safe. Ho would never part with it." Augustas Thomas's stock is np since "Alabama's" hit He is dramatizing Hop kinson Smith's "Mr. Carter of Cartersville." It is rumored that E. M. Holland, the Col. Moberly of "Alabama." is to play the title role. The war element in "Alabama," is purely reminiscent. It deals more directly with scenes and actions that illustrato the peace and nrosnerity that has followed in the wake of the "bitter conflict." There is no sectionalism in it. Harry Askin has secured the signature of .Marion Manola to a contract, by which she becomes a member of his opera company, play inn "The Tar and the Tartar." in which she will appear with Mr. and Mrs. Digby Hell, Hubert Wilke, and others, at the Chestnut, Sept. 28. Sidney Koscnfeld is re writing the soprano part for her, and Julian Edward is writing three new songs. Jos ephine KnaPD will assume the role recent ly acted by Anna Myers. PLYJIOETII INSTITUTE LECTURES. The Attractire Programme That Has Been Arranged for the Winter Months. The syllabus of Plymouth Institute for the coming season promises to be a very fine one. It will bo laid along the lines of the university extenbion movement, inas much as Professor Coulter, principal of the State University, will deliver a series of lectures on tho life and work of Charles Darwin and the evolution theory. Prof. 11. A. Hoffman, professor of Greek in the State University, is scheduled for a series of live lectures on Greece, ancient and modern, illustrated by some excellent views specially prepared for this course. I'ev. Dr. Cleveland, pastor or Meridian street M. E. Church, will deliver a series of ten lectures on certain plays of Sbaks- peare. Mr. Alexander Johnson, secretary of the State Hoard of Charities, will sup plement his course of lectures of last session by a short courso on social science in tho department of correction.' Miss Charity Dye will have anintercsting class in Homer for younjr xolks. Mr. McCulloch will have an afternoon class, likely in Lowell. Mr. W. P. Fish back it expected to resume his class in civil government, the Browning class will also resume its meetings and Miss Mary E. Nicholson will read with a select class Dante's "Paridiso." Dr. Edward Emerson, son of Kalph Waldo Emerson, and F. B. Sanborn, of Concord, Mass., will address the members of tho institute dur ing the winter months. The Firemen's Ball. The committee having charge of the firemen's ball, to be given at Tonillnson nail, Thursday evening, Oct. 15, has arranged with Mr. Cameron to give a grand military band concert, commenc ing at 8 r. lasting one hour, preceding the grand march. Tie committee has also districted the eity so that each company will have Its own territory to canvas for the sale of tickets, and tho merchant and business men generally will not be annoyed by beim? called upon every day to contribute to the buying of ticket. The fire men h(ie their friends and the public generally will contribute toward the sale of tickets freely so that in the end he entertainment, their llrsc annual ball, will be a sucres, and that they may rcalizo a handsome (mm from the ra!e of tickets to turn into tho firemen's pention fund. Changes In the Faculty. The tenth year of the Girls' Classical School opens on Wednesday morning next. There have been four changes in tho faculty. Miss Fandlva Crocker, of Cornell University, takes theporltion of residence governess Miss Annie L. Lord, of Wellcsley Collejre, will be teacher f French and Herman; Mi Eliza iienton, of Michigan Uni versity, will have t he department of mathemat ics, and Miss Mary Y. ltoliinson will rrsume her former place ns teacher of draw In p. Mr. Flora M. Hunter will teach the piano classes. The lat est catalogue shows a faculty of eighteen teach ers and au enrollment of 17G pupils. New Uuslnets Knterprlses. Articles of association were tiled with the Sec retary of State yesterday by four corporations. The first of these was tho Hebron Butter and Cheese Company, of Porter count). capita '.stock, $iywO; tho second the Alert Nursery Companr, of Alert. Decatur county, capital stock $10,000; tho third the Wabash tcreen-door Company, of Wabash, for extension of business, nnd too fourth theCoatea Oil-burner Company, of Terro Haute, capital stock $0,000. Subdivision or the ritrelsht Farm. The new East Washington-street addition. Tuxedo P.irk, is attracting considerable attention. The etehty-acro tract has been rlatted into4G7 lots and will be put ou'tbe market in a short time, and the owners say they are prepared to offer unusual inducements to Intending pur chasers. Wwnted Here on n Forgery Charge. A requisition was issued V.y tho Governor yes terday upon the Governor cf Missouri for the ap prehension nnd rendition of Tllffhman H. Itat clirr. charged in Howard county with the crime orforirery. and who Is now la custody iu Mont gomery county, Missouri. PARK ALL THIS EEK RETURN of the FAVORITES cO Talbot t tale pleasure inannouueing the and most talented organization presenting this iceek, beginning to-morroic, two performances being given daily. MISS SUSIE KIRWIN" THE REPERTOIRE: and Evening, THURSDAY, "JPIRHSTCESS TOTO." ' . FRIDAY, 4 c T Ti m-r .r-r a SATURDAY-Mntinee, SATURDAY EVENING, "QUEEN'S CADETS." SPECIAL PRICES: Matinees Gallery, lOc; all first floor, 30c. guts Gallery, lOc; Dress C Orchestra and Orchestra Circl rae, owe; , 40c; Sofa Chairs, 5c, ' . Tiro Harvest Excursions. TheBurlmston Route, C. B. & Q. R. R.. will run harvest excursions Tuesdays, Sept. 15 and 2tf, from Chicago, Peoria, West and SonthwesL Hatpn verv low Tickets for sale at all company's ticket offices at points on and east of the Missis sippi river. Many connecting lines will sell through tickets for these excursions. Inquire of local agents for full information, or address P. 5. Eustis, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Chicago. Cheap Excursions. On Sept. 15 and CO the Missouri PaciGo Railway will nell round-trip tickets to nearly all points in Southwest Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado. Utah, Wyo ming, Montana, Oklahoma, Indian Terri tory, Arkansas and Texas. Tickets will be good thirty days, with stop-over privileges. The rates will be about half fare. Tickets will be on sale by all ticket agents. For lowest rates, maps and full information ad dress Coke Alexander, district passenger agent. 7 Jackson, place, Indianapolis. Ind. Conxs.bunionsand inverted nailsremoved without pain. Dr. Morgan, 2.J1. W. Wash. North and South, East and West, Schuller's wines are tho best. See Julius A. Schuller. the wine man, at 81 East Court street. Tsondoix Panels at Clarke's, ?5. 8ce them beforo going elsewhere. Connecting Link liettceen the East and the . llest. . . Only CO1 hours are now required by the Penn sylvania Liucs to make the Journey between In dianapolis and New York; 21 hours to IJaltirar re, and ill! hours to Washington. Threo fast trains dally, carrying rullman vestibule sleeping and dmlng cars, runbetween the abe ve-naincd points, aftbrding passengers every convenience and luxury. For detailed information apply to tho nearest ticket agent of the Pennsylvania Lines. Spencer and Martinsville Sanitariums. To enable persons to spend a quiet S.mday at the 8pencer and Martinsville mineral spring, the Pennsylvania Lines run a special train, leav ing Indianapolis every Saturday at C:30 p. m., and returning leave bpencer at 0:20 p. m. Sun day. Odd-Fellows, Attention! For the Sovereign Grand Lodee Conclave at St. Ixmis, the Vandalia Lino will sell excursion tickets at rate of ono faro for the round trip, Sept. 19. 20 and 21. Tickets good to return un til Sept. 23. Thk regnlar Sunday evening services becin at tho Central Christian Church to-niclit, with a sermon by the pastor on 4,The Great Commission of Jesus." The Jlonon Route Will sell harvest excursion tickets to all points in the West, Northwest, South and Southwest, tickets good going Sept. 15 and 21), limit thirty days. For further information, maps, routes, etc., call on or address 1. 1). Baldwin, D. P. A., 23 South Illinois st. Harvest Excursions via the Eig Four Routo. Sept. 15 and 29. For particulars call on Big Four agents. Artificial Teeth Without a I'late Or bridge-work. A. J. Morris, SGj E. Washing ton St,, opposite New York Store, Indianapolis. Beautiful Crayon and frame, life-size for $5, at Clark's, CG East Washington etreet. DREADFUL PSORIASIS Covering Entire Body with White Scales, Suffering Fearful. Cured by Cuticura. Mydisoaso (psoriasis) first broke out on my left cheek, spreading across my nose, and almost covering my face. It ran into my eyes, and the physiclar was afraid I would lorn my eyesight altogethtr. It spread all over my head, and my nair all leu out, until 1 was en tirely baldheaded; it then broke out on my arms nnd 1 . 1 3 - .11 j puoiuuers, uuui my anus were 1 Ji just ono sore. It covered my t5k entire body, my face, head and r- ) shoulders boin r tho worst. Tho WJ white scabs fell constantly from my head, shoulders and arms; the skin would thicken and be red anrt very itchy, and would crack and bleed If scratched. After spending many hundreds of dollar. I was pronounced in curable. I heard of tho Cuticura lieniedies, and after using two bottles Cuticura Resolvent I could see a change; and after I had taken four bottles was almost cured; and when I had used six bottles of Cuticura Resolvent, no box of Cuticura. and one t ake of Cuticura Soap, I was cured of the dreadfid disease from which I had suffered for live years. I cannot express with pen what I suffered beforo usiujr the Remedies. 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Backache, kidney pains, w eakness, rheumatism and iauscul.tr pains re lieved in one minute by the Cuti curit Anti-Pain Plrer. 25c. Everybody smoke DA' COSTA. ijuiucy and M. Louis to fct. rani. Omaha. St. Joseph. Kansas City. Denver. Helena. Salt Lake and nil other nointa in thn TnrthTcr special engagement Comic Opera at so- Miss Lizzie Gonzales) Mr. -v-r r- t- DIAVOLO." AMUSE3IENTS. INDIANAPOLIS TUESDAY, SEPT. 22 WEST WASHINGTON-STREET GROUNDS 13ARNUM& BAILEY'S GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH Circus, Hippodrome, Museum, Menageries, STEKO, Or tho Destruction, of Homo. 1.200 Performers. 4C0 ITorsaa. 33 Chariots. Mon ster Stase, 450 feet long. Most Magnificent Enter tainment or all Time. Roman Pageants. Ancient Tableaux. Wonderful Displays. 500 Actors. 2 Herd of Elephants. 300 Dancers. P. T. RAHNUM and J. A. 11 A I LEY. Equal Owsers. Capital invested, $3,500,000. Daily expenses, $7,300. Indorsed by the Prince of Wales, AND ENGLAND'S ROYAL FAMILY and NOBILITY. TRIPLE CfUCUS IN 3 HIN09. olympia HIPPODUOME, with dashing races. DOUBLK MENAGEIUESof Wild lleast. ILLUSIONS?, MUSEUMS. HOUSE FAIR, etc. The Grandest Historical Dramatic Spectacle ever produced in tho history of the world. Or tlio Destruction of Home. Imbb KiBALrr, Director and Producer. Presented with a wealth of Costumes. Scenery Pageants. Tableaux. Dancers. Actors. Acrobats, Gladiator. Solaiers, l'ripsn, to., tc, upon th largoat Stage, and in tho biggest Tenia ever made. Besides ElevatM Stasro Performances, Trained Animal Actors, Hosts of tho Funniest Clowns. THRILLING RACES. DESPERATE COMBATS. AT". RIAL FEATS. 100 Sensational &zA Novel Displays. Real Arabian Horses and Romaa 'Warriors. 1,000 Now Foreign Features, AU tents remain np until 9 p. m. Two performances every day at !I and 8 p. m. Doors opcu an hour earlier. Admission to everything, - . 50 cents. Children under U years, - 25 cents. TREMENDOUS NEW STREET PARADE . At 9 o'clock on day of show. To accommodate the public, reserved numbered seats will he sold at tho regular Trice and admis sion tickets at the usual slight advance, at the (J. II. fc D. Ticket Office, opposite tbe Bates House. Low Excursion Kites on all Railroads. Will exhibit in Columbus, September 23. T. J. M'ATOY WILL READ JULIUS CiESAR At Y. M. C. A. nail. Pept. 18. Mrs. Lou Bailey will sine: two new songs. Tickets S ic. Sow on sale at Y. M. C. A.: nothing extra for reset ved scats. On Classical Frenoh Literature will he given by Prof. Arthur Jaillet, on each succeeding Tuesday, at 10 a. ra., at the Propyhtuni, on North street. The readidjr will he carried on by the Professor and his pupils, followed by a conversation on the subject treated. On Wednesday evening, 26th Inst., tho reading on Timid Man. by Washington Irving, trauslated into French by the Professor, will bo read Misses Lida and Mamie Bell and Rath Xich ols will give operatic recitals upon the piano. Mrs. Addcle Lucy, late of fit. Louis, will sing .selections from the opera "La Traviata," and others. FAIR VIEW PARK Mrs. W. Z. LOVE, Or nn AHsistant. FREE EXHIBITION. mi Ascensions aoJ Mote Junius i On TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY aad Friday afternoons. Cars run at intervals of ten minutes during the afternoon and till lu.:5) at night. CVFree Kleciric Fountain tistlay every night. 8uii'ays exct-ptoL CInck rooni lor care of baKoti and hand bairgac". Te lephone No. 1601 in connec tion with all point in o.ty. Evervbodv smoke DA' COSTA. 1 IK OF TWENTY HIS V 1 XT' OUR COUNTERS are E1PIDLY TILLING UP with Jooys ( P Ever manufactured. Y in the manufacture K find the MODEL'S WW m ' ransack tlio M ARTCFTS OF TTTF, WORLD. newest and best, and you can always find in our store the very latest styles, made up in tho very best manner. In our factory, at Rochester, N. Y., wo employ the best labor that money can command, and use every endeavor to make our tailor-made clothing equal to the finest made-to-order wear. " ' . 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