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Chicago, Aug. 30. Special Courirr
Correspondence This week nees but
few changes nt tho theatres. "America"
continues at tho Amlitorlum; "All
Baba" will remain two or thrco weeks
longer at tho Chicago ticra houso when
It will give, place to "Slnbnd;" Sol Smith
Russell is still doing "A Poor Relation;"
"A Dark Secret" . is tho attraction at
Havolln's; "Tho Old Homestead" is
pursuing tho oven tenor of Its way at
117(0 PJajs the Hole of Deacon
McVickors; Lillian Russell is drawing
well in "Tho Mountebanks;" "Tho Girll
Left Behind Mo" Is on Indefinitely at
Tho superlatives used so liberally in
describing "America" havo dono but
poor justico to that great stago entertain
ment. Somo ingenious philologist
should create n composlto adjcctlvo from
tho collection and present It to tho
management to bo used as a standing
display advertisement. Tho English
languago is both elastic and oxprcssivo
but Its resources seem inudequuto to
'describo tho beauties of Kiralfy's
incfTablo spectacle ItB success is
overwhelming. Like Mr. Tennyson's
famous brook that neither dried up in
' summer nor frozo up in winter, it might
go on forover. But all earthly
things como to an end nnd "America's"
dnjs aro numbered. Its wonderful
season will closo In Novomlwr when it
" will bo taken to Now York to win fresh
trlumnhe and swell tho iiroflts of its
New York, Aug. .10 1893.- Special
Courier Correspondence. Tho follow
ong aro this weok's important attract
ions in New York: vaudeville at Tony
J Pastor's theatre; "Now South" at the
'Madison Squaro theatro; ' vaifdevillo at
' Proctor's; DoWolf Hopper at tho Broad
way theatro; vaudeville at tho Casino;
"Tho Prodigal Daughter" at tho
American theatre; E. H. ''Southern at
tho Lyceum; Boston Howard1 Specialty
'Co. at tho Star; tho "Black Crook" at
' tho Academy of Music; variety at tho
' Garden theatre; "Liberty Hall" at tho
Empire tlieatro; "1402" at Puhnors;
1 "Tho Silver King" at tho Grand oru
Alba Hoywood comes to the Lansing
Soptembor 8 and 9, in' "Edgowood
Folks," tho comedy In which Sol Smith
1 Russell acquired fame years ago.' John
' Dillon will open u three night's ongagot
ment Soptembor 11, presenting "A
Model Husband." "Ole Oleson", will bo
tho attraction Septcmbor 11 1G nnd 10.
In tho luttor part of tho month, tho 21st,
Cleveland's minstrels will hold tho
boards. Minnio Sartollo, In 'tPJum Pud
Ing" comes on tho 25th, and Tony Far
roll on tho 27th, in "My Colloon."
A correct likeness of Ernest Lumson
is given in Thf. Courier this week. Mr.
Lamson was for ono season In Walker
"Whltcsido's company, where ho, up-
pearod in tho following roles: -Polon-ions,
The King, The Qhott, Joseph,
JJarradoB, Luuneelot, Duke of Venice,
Duke Nanfrida and ToriUa.
Whon "On ChunKo" was put on at
'Hooloy'a theatre, Chlcugo, Mr. Lamson
was cast for tho character part of Hiram
Weed, which rolo ho made much of and
won tho uttontion of sevorul well known
managers, among them Alba Hoywood,
who at oneo signed him for tho part of
Deacon Hardwick In Sol SuUthRuBsoll'B
old success, "Edgowood Falka." Pos
slbly tho character was never hotter
brought out and Mr. Lumson never seen
to bettor advantajjo than in thJ Yankee
characterization, though James Whit
iomb Riley pajs htm tho compliment of
saying no, butter rendition of his hooslor
dlulect kmmhr was ever given than that
of Mr. Lamson.
Manager Church, of tho Lansing, re
turned tho othor day from a fishing ex
pedltion in Indian territory.
I think It was Letty Ltnd, of London,
that turned America from a nation of
dignified walkers Into ono of reckless
dancers. Sho, with a plaint and nimble
young thing known as Silvia Grey,
floated boforo our Inoxporineed eyes
somo fow years ago, and within a few
Hardwick in "Edgeteood Folk."
moments taught us that tho leg is part
of tho fominlno mako-up that is not to
bo disdained. At about this timo, also
Carmoncita, tho lady with tho shimmor
of sunlight in hor body, was doing hor
suavo and elastic danco at a music 'hall
hereabouts. And then thero camo Otero
who merely stamped hor foot and
throbbed, but still was a delightful
vision. Sinco that timo dancing has
becomo n mania, and not only will you
find tho fat Orientals rolling their
abdominal muscles to music out on tho
famous Midway Plulsanco to-day, but
nt at all Bummer resorts you may en
counter slim or cxpunsivo girls
and women that If tho spirit impels,
will whip their skirts into tho air
and shoot their toes as high as any
midnight nymph nt n Paris ball.
Dancing is u craze, and dancing, mind
you, with a shock in It. Town Topics.
Tho Chicago Herald bujb: An old
farmer from Iowa got into Alhn'mbru
theatro tho other afternoon, mistaking
it for a railroad station. Ho planted
his carpet-suck besido him and sat down
in ono of the upholstored chairs to wait
for his train. Corinne nnd others of tho
Kimball opera company wero rehearsing
songs, dances, &'c, on the stago. Whon
tho janitor woko tho farmer up and told
him of his mistnko tho old man simply
remarked: "Well I thought it was n
mighty queer depot, with them girls a
hollorin' and'kickin' up their heels, but
lifter a man's been on tho Midway
PloasantnesB ho uln't likoly to bo
surprised at anything".
Julia Marlowe arrived in Now York a
fow days ago. Sho was accompanied by
Robort Tabor, hor leading man, nnd
somo frionds. Sho denied tho rumor
that Bho and Mr. Tabor hud married
whilo in Europe.
"Why, no; I am not marriod. What u
funny idea. My trip was purely for
ploasuro. Thero wore flvo in tho party
and wo woro'truvcllng almost continually.
I saw Honory Irving and Miss Terry and
enjoyed thorn ' so much. I start for
Philadelphia to-morrbw to begin rohear
Blng my old roportdiro'. Wo nro booked
for all tho largo'cities oxcopt Now York.
I novor play horo and havo not for years."
Henry Jowott.'an Australian actor,
and Waltor Halo will tako leading parts
with Miss Marlnwo this season. Julia
Murlowo will appear at tho Lansing in
this city February 28.
Mrs. Newton Beers, who pluyod in
"Lost in London," with hor husband
has left hlm; and will Institute a suit
fCr 9000 back salary. Sho was "in
Bridgeport, Conn., recqntly, book
canvassing. It is said sho intonds
Booking' an absolute divorce... A
Boston lottor says: Fay Tompleton
camo tb Boston today and signed u
'contract with Goorgo B. McLollun to
head an opora company which will bear
her namo.... Sarah Bernnardt is said
to havo built herself a tomb in tho poru
lu ChaiBo Coinetry .Purls. And yet she
is not coming to America this season.
What can it moan?..., Mario Jansen,
tho popular soubretto, has tho star tn
hor bonnet and In "Dolmohlco's at 0"
begins her tour September 18, n
Louisville Tho theatrical profession
does not seem to bo very much worried
over tho present llnimclal crisis. Tho
firm of Jefferson, Klaw A Krlanger
offered Hermann, tho magician, 950,000
in cash for his services for forty weeks,
they to assumo all oxjwnBcs of tho tour.
Horrman's tour last season nutted htm.
8 1,000, so that It Is needless to stato
thnt ho refused tho offer, in spite of its
magnitude. Sol Smith Russell Is to
produco "Peaceful Valley" at tho Grand
opera houso In Chicago September
lli-k-t Marle Wainwrlght was Invited to
ploy Itotiatind at tho World's Fair open
air performance of "As You Like It," but
hor rehearsals for her season which
begins September 4, prevented hor
accepting..., Mllo Rhea arrived from
Europe August 27th, and began
rehearsing hor now play "Tho Queen of
Shobn" August 29th. at tho Now York
Casino, Mux Freeman has been
specially engaged to produco tho play,
which is strong in dramatic situations,
and appropriately illustrated by Inci
dental music cnmimsed by M. Oscar
Commottant of tho l'arifl Conservatoire.
Mllo Rhea's season opens at Hartford,
Conn. September 18th. Hor supporting
company will bo headod by Mr. W. S.
Hart, her leading man of last season.
At Lincoln Park
lly special request "Said Pasha" will
bo presented at Lincoln Park tomorrow
Sunday, afternoon and evening, by the
Ideal opora company, This opera is by
all odds tho best suited to tho abilities
of tho company of thoso presented up to
date, and it will bo remembered that tho
company did its biggest week's business
with "Said Pasha." Special arangemonts
havo boon mudo for a big crowd at tho
park tomorrow, and Manager Hickoy
assures tho public that there will bo
ample entertainment for all. Thero
will bo tho usual concert afternoon and
evening preceding tho operatic per
formance. Lincoln park novcr looked
bo well as now. Thero isn't such another
plcnsuro resort within several hundred
miles of Lincoln, and it is encouraging
to note that it is not only generously
patronized by Lincoln people, but that
it attracts hundreds of excursionists'.
overy Sunday from different parts of tho
At HurUiiKtuii Ilrncli,
Notwithstanding tho rocont cool
weather Burlington Bench hns continued
to bo well patronized. Sailing, rowing
or riding on tho big steamboat is just
ob enjoyable in wenthor such us wo havo
had for tho past week as when tho ther
mometer is wuy up in tho nineties, and
tho public is well uwaro of this fact.
Tho dancing pavilion, with ono of tho
finest floors In tho stuto.is ncurly alwuys
filled with merry dancers nt night, and
tho bench presents an animated and at
tractive appearance This opulur resort
is so easily accessible now that thoro
need bo no hesitation about making tho
trip at nny time of day. You cun tuko
your choice hotweon tho street cur from
tho Union Pacific depot or tho carryalls
from tho postotllco squnro.
To puiify, vitalize and enrich tho blood,
and give nerve, bodily and digestive
strength, tako Hood's Sarsaparilla,
Continue the medicine after every meal
for n month or two and you will feel
"like u now man." Tho merit of Hood's
Sarsaparilla is proven by its thousands
of wonderful cures. Why don't you try
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Tho Burlington oilers tho veterans' of
tho G. A. R. the best lino to tho
national encampment at Indianapolis.
Reincmbor that its through service is
tho best, and thoro aro no transfers.
Cull on Bonnell at B fc M depot, or
Ziemer corner O and Tenth streets and
they will ticket )ou at lowest rates.
A full lino of Imported Sardines and
canned soups. Miller & GilTord, opposite
Burr block. ,
Saved Her Life.
Mrs'.'O. J, Woowridok, of Worthom,
Toxns, Hnvoa tho life of her child by tho
use of Ayera Cherry Pectoral.
"One of my children Imil Croup. Tho
case was attended by our physician, nnd was
mipimsed to he well under control. Ono
nlKht I was startled by tho child's hard
breathing, nnd on going to It found It itran-
fling. It had nearly ceased to breathe,
lealltlng that th child's alarming condition
had become poMlblo lu spite of the medicines
given, I reasoned that such remedies would
he of no avail. Having part of a bottle of
Ayer's Cherry pectoral In the house. I gavo
the child three doses, nt short Intervals, and
anxiously waited results. From the moment
the Pectoral was given, the child's breathing
grew easier, and, In a short time, she was
sleeping quietly and breathing naturally.
Th a child is alive and well to-day, and I do
not hesitate to say that Ayr' Cherry Pec
toral saved her life."
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