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Tho luxurious parlors of the stately J street
mansion of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. ImliofT wero
draped in tho symbols of mourning last Sun
day ami the awolnnplrltig emblem of tho
black and whlto rosette fluttered from tho
massivo doors. Snowy flowers of deliouto
perfume wero tanked upon tho tables, and
nrouud tho cnblnet pictures, resting on tho
mantel was twined a wreath of bright green
verdure. For death had dared to enter
even that pretty and pleasant home, and
claim from Hniong Its Inmates tho ono whoso
leaso on lifo had seemed most secure. Dr.
Joseph U. Imuoft breathed his last atll:ir
Saturday night at tho early ago of SM years,
10 months and S3 days. Deceased was born
In Nebraska City and camo to tills city with
his pai cuts when but six years old. Tho
golden days of his Ixiyhood were spent in
Lincoln, and as a !oy ho is rememliorcd by
his countless friends, and tho friends of his
(Mirents, with warm feelings of affection and
odmiiatlou. He is remembered as a good
boy, a manly, studious uud dutiful son
whose memory is ever fragrant of affection
and kindness. After graduating from tho
Lincoln high school ho entered the Pemuyl
vanla Military Academy, where ho won first
rank lu scholarship. He had wonderful ap
plication anil was a close and apt student,
and at the close of his courso at tho Jefferson
Medical college of Philadelphia, where he
went to fit himself for his chosen profession,
his superior sUtalnments were attested by
tho bestowel upon him by tho faculty of tho
gold medal, a mark of rare merit. Ho fur
ther prepared himself by a courso of hospi
tal work In Now York and uftor a reason
able time spent in travel settled down to the
practice of his profession at Hoanoke, Va.
His merit as a physician wo soon recognized
and a large practice was growing constantly
larger and more Imperative in its demands
upon his attention and skill. In his zeal to
ensure the health of others he neglected his
own and even continued to practice after he
was stricken with typhoid fever until the
forobearance of neglected nature was ex
hausted. Whfn he Anally was forced to
succumb, be was ready to come home to die,
for he was aware of his danger. A friend
accompanied him on the long journey, and
when he reached tho home of his parents
there was no longer any hope of his recovery
even with the tenderest and most skillful
care. The obsequies occurred Tuesday after
noon and were very Impressive. Dr. C. C.
Losby of St. Paul church returned from Col
orado to conduct the ceremonies, which
were attended by a largo concourse of friends
nicludlng many families of early residents in
Lincoln. The casket was Ixirno to the grave
by Messrs. Will Hardy, Harry Peckham, W,
0. McArthur, Daniel Wing and Dr. Finney,
while Misses Thoo. Laws, Clara Walsh, draco
Grifilii and Jo Winger bore to the grave the
rich and numerous floral offerings. Tho
death of this promising young man has been
n severe affliction to his parents, who have
the sincere sympathy of all acquaintances.
At last enterprise lias touched one of Lin
coln's most promising potslbllities and a com
pany has been formett for the erection of a
sanitarium or bath house In which tho medi
cinal propel ties of the salt water abounding
here are to be utilized for the physical bet
terment of suffering mankind. For years it
has been known, wrhaps more generally
abroad than hero at home, that tne brine
that has bubbled so freely from natural and
artificial surface outlets in this vicinity pos
sesses medicinal powers rarely equalled in
mineral waters, and some local firms have
for years realized a substantial revenue from
the shipment of the water abroad In jugs.
Many people from Chicago and other poInU
who in their travels have chanced to enjoy
warm baths in Lincoln salt water, have been
known to make periodical trips to this city
to renew them, claiming that they were
more beneficial for certain classrsof ailments
than any baths or remedies they had encoun
tered anywhere else. In the tieutmeut of
such ailments as skin diseases and blood
poisoning some local physicians have aston
ished e eu themselves by the cures they huve
been enabled to effect by the use of the warm
sail baths. With these evidences of the won
dei ful efllcncy of this water known to hun
dreds of people, the only wonder is that it
has remained until this late day awaiting
the lecognition or men of means, enterprise
aryl Bclentinattalnnieute to develop It. All
that Is necessary to develop the healthglvlpg
properties of this water Is to warm it and
put It where it can be used.
The company just organized comprises Dr
M. II. Everett, Dr. H. M. Garten, Dr. J. O.
Everett mid Mr. A. C. Zlemer. They have
purchased two lotr on tho southeast corner
of Fourteenth and M streets, a decidedly
pleasant and convenient location, and have
all eady begun the erection thereon of a hand
some structure covering the entire ground,
100x142 feet. It will bo two stories above
ground with a basement, equipped with
every facility and comfort for giving MO
baths per day, Tuiklsh, Honinn, Russian,
massage and electric, or sits, shower or
plunge. The plung bath will be 40x150 feet
in the clear and from two and one-half to
eight feet deep. Each floor will be separated,
one side being reserved for lady patrons.
The structure, a handsome one, will be of
an attractive style of uichiteclure and tlie
alls hi e to be made of i ed rock-faced bi Ick
with ornate trimmings of red stone. It will
cost MO.OOO with equipments, which will be
as complete as money can make it. Dr. M,
II, Everett has spent some time recently to
the study of cmveulences in many similar
institutions In the east with a view of secur
ing the best. Henlso submitted wimples of
the water to men of scientific excrieuce, unci
it was Invariably pi ououueed to possess su
pel lor qualities. The new cempnny is culled
the Sulpho-Saline Until Company. There is
no potslble doubt of its sucters.
Lit coin citizens and isltors ore promised
a piodlglous u.mictil (Ciiililimtlon dining
fair week, An oigunlzntion termed u union
exists among Nebraska Iwinds, and large
cash prizes have been offered by the fair
managers for competition in music, oien to
bands belonging to tho organization. It Is
said that thirty or thirty -five bands will 1ms
present. It Is prOKsed to have them join
forces for a street arado or concert, and
the sensation promised the lover of muslo
will undoubtedly Iw such as would mako tho
Inimitable Levy wrltho In mortal ngony.
There will be from !W0 to 3.W pieces, good,
bad and Indifferent, and little experience Is
needed to Impress ono with tho belief that
tho bad and Indifferent will predominate.
Hut the sniVfAcln. reimnllnM nf lu nnrlmilnr
effect, will bo worth going miles to seo.
That same old faku, "give you a write-up
If you take enough books" has again been
worked on the unsophisticated Lincoln litinl
ness man, and it's not tho first time, either.
"They've all been there before, many atlmo,"
but extorIenco seems to tench them nothing .
This time It Is "mju and sunlight pictures of
Lincoln" and It govs again to answer the
query "what's in a u nmel ' (lenorally noth
ing. A pretty co vor on tho book, a slick
talker and the work is done. After It comes
out and Is delivered tho victim howls agilu
and sas he won't pay for the work they're
not what he ordered, etc. All this time the
fakir has a contract rending simply "wo
agree to pay $ for number of books,"
and he generally gets his pay. The business
man goes out and kicks himself, swears he'll
give the next fake a wide berth and after a
short time he's right In It again. These
fakes never toko out less than from f 1,000 to
fA,0(X), yot let a local enterprise lie suggested
to the samo advertisers that patronize the
fakp, It would recelvo but a bare support
and prove unprofitable to the projectors. It
takes tho keen-wltta!, glllKongued, stylishly
dressed fakir to mako n success of such work.
Tho clock advertising scheme, tho revlow of
Lincoln, tho full information and time card
fake, and numerous others that come todny
mid go tonight, are the successful m;n of tho
Members of tho uniformed rank Knights
of PythlaB In Lincoln havo every reason to
congratulate themselves on tho impresrfou
they havo created concerning Lincoln hospi
tality. The 200 visiting members of the or
der who'nssembled lu Lincoln last Sunday to
embark together to the great Kansas City
meeting all spoke in terms or highest praise
of the cour tesles shown them while hero.
The people of Lincoln have chased alxiut
tho world so persistently during the past
summer In the wake of tho railroad rate wars
that tho city has been drained continuously
of hundreds of her citizens. But the time.
npiears to have come for a halt, and thoso
now left nt home npiear to have determined
to remain at home, wherefore tho recent cut
rates to Chicago ami St. Louis found re
markubly few takers. Tho rnto to Chicago
wasdvarfed by cutting off $4.(1") from tho
regular faro each way. To St. Louis tho cut
was fS.'i.'t each way. In spite of that fact
travel to and from this city was llgeter than
What the Holes Are For.
"Do you know why dandelions have
holes in the steins?" one small boy asked
another. "To let the air through," wits
I'uttin on Style.
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"Uh huh! Would yu look uttheatyle
tho O'Hourkes is a-puttlii on, nn all 'caus
their father's been mado a policeman!"
The Nesblt Shoe Store.
The Lincoln Shoo Company who recently
purchased the boot and shoe stock of S. II.
Nesbit, Is open ai.d ready for business. The
new firm has rearranged the stock, which Is
tho newest and most stylish In the city, and
is ottering them at big bargains in all lines.
It has been generally commented upon that
tho Nesbit stock contained the finest and
most approved line of footwear ever brought
to Lincoln, and the fact that the goods are
now being offered at prices way below coin
petition, should hi sufllcient inducement to
every one that needs shoes to take advantage
of the oportifnlty offered at an early mo
meut The same gentlemanly corps nf sales
men are in attendance, and the same courtesy
that bus heretofore been shown the trade still
exists, Remember tho Lincoln Shoe Com
pany when you want footwear of any kind.
Nesbit' old stund, 10I5 O street.
McArthur Son, DriiKslsts.
Wo take pleasure In calling the attention of
our friends and the public in general that we
huve re-purchased our old pharmacy, which
was recently sold to Dr Dunn. As of yoie,
It wilt be our aim to cater to the wants of
the people with a large uud well selected
llueotdiugs, toilet articles, perfumes, etc.,
and tiust with courteous treatment and fair
prices to receive tho patronage that was for
meily bestowed upon us uud as much mure
as we can serve. Vou know the place, cor
ner Eleveuth and N streets.
Everything new and toothnome and deli
cious at the (jook-liniley Uiocery Co., I'-MS
O street. I'loawint treatment low pi Ices and
everything as represented is the drawing
card that is wiuuing new trade constantly.
ou can call up o. 4:i and order by tele
phone if you wish.
Chas. Slattery, profesilonal horseshoor and
fairier. Dlsvaiies of the feet tieuted by the
latest scieutlllo mules, Uomes called for and
returned. New shop 110 South Eluveuth
street, between K uud L,
su rrwr- j n i &
-5yiy li AJ
Lincoln. Nbdhaska, Satuhdav, Auoust 2 7, ISQIJ.
I HpcolalOoimir.il Correspondence. 1
Chicaoo, Aug. !M. You would smllo If
you might seo mo now. ns I am sitting here
on a West Madison street cable car with a
noto look of pink lined paper balanced very
ndroltly on one knoo. Tho jieoplo with
whom I am trnnsMrted to nud from the city
every day regard me ns a mono-mnulna on
tho subject of writing, I guess, as I nlways
havo my noto hook and pencil with mo
writing as If for dear life. They have sized
me up as either a lunntln or nu authoress.
There Is but little difference. Is thoro not?
You behold In mo Jut nt this moment a
bitterly disappointed person. Tho reason I
Well I'll tell you. When I hoarded tho car
at Ln Sallo street, I noticed ono of tho pretti
est girls I ever saw In Chicago, or out of it,
sitting some dlstanco ahead with her faco
townrds me. Tho coloring of her counto
nanco was beautiful (and, moio surprising
fact In Chicago- erfectly natural) her
featured wore perfect. Sho was dressed
well, that Is fairly well, and her lint was a
"triumph of the mlllinor's art." I studied
tier, when I might without rudeness, nud I
came to the conclusion that sho was Just
charming. Hut woo is me! Sho rose to
leave tho car. Deluslonol Sho his the pro
verbial Chicago woman's foot; wears red
shoes, ahd her dress Is Just short enough to
mako very conspicuous tho fnct that she
turns her toes In when she walks. I turn to
these notes with a sigh. Who would have
believed it I
Tho local papers speak dismally of the
"soup" that Chicago theatre goors havo hnd
dished up for weeks, One cannot hlntno
them. Of courso the summer season Is
usually not so brilliant as the legulnr season
but a series of attractions like the "Trip to
the Circus," "Natural Gas," "Itoyal Pass,"
"Nothing Hut Money, "The Junior Part
ner," and "Tho Volunteer," Is absolutely aw
ful to contemplate. Take the first men
tioned play It was nothing more nor less
than a clear steal from "Country Circus,"
nud it was not up to ft In any way. A
ballet at a circus, n circus on the stage, any
thing out of the usual line, is sure to catch
the crowds, but grows hopelessly stalo lu a
week or ten days. With all their Improve
ments (und they were numerous) "'A Trip to
the Circus," like t ho 'Volunteer." Is not a
good first class play. Mrs. Pacheco. who
wrote "Incog," which is clever, (never a
doubt of thnt,) miido a dire failure of "Noth
ing Hut Money "
Lederer'B stock company that was pre
senting this at tho Grand has taken up a new
play this week entitled "Divorce Day," and
the paperr speak well of It. 1 havo not seen
It, so cannot tell you my opinion of it.
Speaking of opinions, ono of Chicago's boat
known dramatic men called at our olllce tho
other day when "Tho Junior Partner" was
first put on, and in a general theatrical cen
versutlnu I asked him what kind of a write
up lie would give it. Ho replied with great
gusto and much brevity, "Hoast." I asked
him If he had soon It. He replied that he
had not. but that every one else hail scored
It, and ho could not do anything else. I had
to smile. Such independence. In this case,
however, the "roast" was meilted. How
people with as much talent and as favorable
reputations dramatically f peaking as
Henry Miller, May Irwin, Hugh Tolaud and
Mr. McKco Ilankiu, can waste their tnnoon
a play like "The Junior Partner" remains a
mystery. The curtain raiser "Frederic
Lemaitre" is an exquisite little production,
but the main play Is grossly common, even
Wo shall soon have something better, in
fact, next week Frohmau's "Limt Paradise"
company will pluy a long engagement at tho
"Columbia." Their cast contains the name
of William Morris, and that to many of
Chicago's fair sex is a name to conjure by.
He is a splendid fellow, and it Is our inten
tion to hire a box for the whole engagement.
He takes a peculiar part for him who Is
prone to have puts assigned to him, that
represent him nt the top of the social ladder,
but lu this play he Is tho mill superintend
ent. This company will also preno it 11 new
play entitled "The Councilor's Wife," w lilch
is very highly sioken of by the dramatic
clitics. "All Haba" Is still succeeding. In
fact It will ever succeed for it 1ms already
succeeded I Ic passed Its 100th crforman ce
August 17th, and 011 that evening presented
each guest with a souvenir In the shape of a
folio with fourteen half tone cuts of tho
favorite members of the company lu cos
tume. Daniel Frolmmn's own company,
which means charming Geoigle Cay von,
Herbert Kelcey and Fritz Williams, will
the Twenty-third regular season of "Hoo
ley's" next Monday. "Charity Hall,"
"Squire Kate," "Lady Hcuntlful" und "The
Wlte" will bo the repetolio for the live
Ihadnemly forgotten our own Chicago
play "On 'Change," written bv a Chicago
boy and girl, presented chiefly by Chicago
people repiesentlng the Chicago board of
trade witnessed by audiences of enthusias
tic citizens of Chicago. Joseph lluwoith
took the part of Hen lieekinan, the hero, who
was simply a clerk on board of trade, but
whose heart whs in tho right place. He wus
great I Not one word did he utter that whs
not natuial and proper for the diameter he
represented. And slang) Only 01 a Chicago
youth can meusuie it off yard utter jurd.
He wus one of that kind of fellows who said
'ever seen" and "havo saw," who ulwuys
pounded the sofa pillows us Hut as pun cukes
when things didn't go to suit him, and who
was coiihUiitly belli,; corrected by nit
mother. I wisli I hud time to tell you the
whole Moiy, but undoubtedly on hnve road
the ieiuwuf It elaewheie. It wus a very
Jull iiiteitsilug cieullou und made A de
cided hit heie. The engagement ended, un
tortuuutely in a wrangle between the man
agement und the "supers," Tho scene fiom
thu bouid of Undo to bo reulistlc must have
u.truggliiig muss uf men up lu one coiuei
toiugtojell tho tops or their heads off.
For till pin poo ubuut forty supes weiu en
gaged ut lltty cents u ei fornuuee. The
lust night the perfoimunco wu stoppol by
them refusing to go on unless paid tho full
amount promised. A compromise was sug
estcd on twenty-llvo cents n night, but not
acoeptsl by the "slaves." Finally on
promise of full iny they allowed the "gamo
to go on" and It went, to the finale. Twenty
llvo cents was again offered and Indignantly
refused, on which a wild scrap ensued and
fornbout thirty minute the vestibule, of tho
theatre and the pavement In front of It was
a scene of the wildest confusion. Men buy
ing and selling wheat were not to be com
pared with thorn It Is nil to ho settled lu
Mr. Got wig took luncheon with us about
thre weeks ago Sunday. Of courso wo
wero glnd to seo him but were sorry to hear
thnt ho wns leaving Lincoln. Mr. Wester-
mull and he saw "All Hnbn" , well I
will not say what night It wns, on second
Miss Lutlo Thomas mndn us n short call nt
tho olllco Inst week, nud wo wore visited nt
ourhomoby Ollvo Irfitta 011 Saturday last,
who, with Mrs. MoMurtry, wns hero most of
last week. Hutnlns, nt tho Identical time
thnt she was going to Park Avenue to sou us,
wo were serenely walking down State street
headed for tho Palmer Houso, so wo misled
seeing her. Wo were awfully soiry, but wo
hope, for more success next time.
I have written this coming homo from the
office and the next morning, uud ns tho cur
runs iDiio too smoothly do not wonder If
this letter should ho dreadfully "pled" for
nny conqmsltor that can read It cnu do
more than "CillUAtio."
It Is said that If tire woodwork in the
kitchen Imi ki pt constantly scrubbed with
water In which potanli lms been dissolved
roaches and ants will speedily disappear.
In washing black woolKoods before mak
ing them over use live cents' worth of soap
bark to a pi.llful of water. Let It stand
until (old. lion on the wrong side.
Most New Yoik woinun won't belle vo It,
but the woiiii 11 of Purls do not wear what
are known ln.ro us French heel boots whin
they are out walking.
For 11 wife to get religion so that slie
never slums thu door any more will hit her
husband harder than n dozen sermons.
Mrs. M. l.oulsu Thomas, president
tho Sorosls, produces 10,000 potluiU
honey a year km a beekeeper.
At a meeting of the Lincoln Coal Ex
change, held this l'.'th day of July, 18W, the
following preamble and resolution was
Wiikkkah, Coal Is 11 staplu commodity,
which should be, and Is, sold nt a very close
margin, nud we are compelled to pay cash
for the same, therefore be It
Jlmolred, That 011 and after August 10,
18ft.', we, tho undersigned coal dealers in the
city of Lincoln, do hereby solemly promise
and sgiee that wo will sell coal only for
H. H. Oaki.kv,
WiiitkhhkahtCoai. and Limb Co,
II. M. Lkavitt.
T. D. Moulton.
MiHHOuiu Vam.bv Fukl Co.
Hutciii.vs & Hyatt.
Euukka Coat, Co.
C. H. Havenh&Co.
Lincoln Coal Co.
A. S. Gouriuer.
Nothing so nice for table use as mineral
water. Cook-Halloy Grocery Co. have a
largo lino of the most nourishing goods, In
cluding the genuine imported Polllnarls Re
gent Spring from Excelsior Springs, Mo.,
imjiortod Ginger Ale, etc.
Uoiallug tho O street grocer, says ho meets
all honorable competition, and ho trios to
have everything as repiesuuteil and is only
too glad to rectify any mistakes. Tel phone
number is 010 uud his store Is U'i O street
Swimming lessons given to ladles and chil
dren at Hurliugtoii ltcli. For information
call on Mrs. A. H. Bosnian, at Lincoln Steam
Dj e Works olllce. 1 105 O street. 8 Otf
Ginger ale, finest now befuru tho public, is
tmiug served to families by the Lincoln Hot
llug Works. Cull up telephone 441) and order
a case. It's cheap and very nutritious.
Fashion und Art 1'itper.
and all kinds of magazines, eriodlcals,
novels, eU nlways to bo found at the new
Coimiicii News Depot, Hilt N street.
Finest ice creum in tho city mil hand
somest refreshment parlors, at the Houton
Poehler's old stand, Twelfth und P streets.
Special orders for fine cakes, stqwrb Ice
cream and Ices promptly delivered to any
urt of the cit. Telephone No. 4.17.
We will take your subscription for any
publication ut publishers bet prices, at the
CouiiIKH News Depot, 11U4 N street.
It Is a noticeable fact that Cook- Ilallev
.Giocery Co. Is dally becoming headquarters
for flue teas, coffees and spices.
The Boiitou bakery is the pluco to get
good wholeMiiiie bieal. Try it. Corner of
twelfth and P streets.
Archei, deatist. Fine gold and
worka io;lalty. Hi nee block.
KC Hukliig Ponder, !U outlet i'i cents
Absolutely Pure. Have oil tried It)
All tho latent toilet articles will bo found
at Mann & Hall's IliOO O stleet.
Coal and Lime
at tho Whltcbreust
Archer, deutUt, Hiaco blo.'k, over MtircU
Frank Daniels nud "I.lttlo Puck" both ap
pear to ho ns populnr with Lincoln theatre
goers ns they were live years ago, notwith
standing that tho piece hns tieeu presented
hoio every senson since Its bllth. This was
Illustrated Wodnemlny evening at the lous
ing. There are a few changes In tho con
struction of "Little Puck" und almost nu eu
tiro change of people lu the cast. In tho
former there has Iss'ii some new nud nttrno
tlvo htislncHS Introduced, but as far ns the
chaiigolu thoenst, it cannot bo mid that
Mr, Dnululs has impioved 011 his formvr sup
poi I. Tho only ones left of the old company
nre Robert Evuns, who plnys tho purt of
"Dr. SuMige" lu n most creditable manner,
und Hesslo Hansom (Daniels' wife) who dash
lugly, though lather mechanically, goes
through her suwessful rolo of "Miranda
Suvngo." Tho character of "Sluggers" hns
been Improved by tho work of Tony Wil
liams, und tho "Uiewory Hoy" wus it very
fair character by J. 0. Cuufleld. Tho work
of "AboStrykei"by .V. S. Hllkunp fulls lu
contrast with that of his predecessor. The
quartette wmh a decidedly pleasing feature
uud wus compelled to answer four 1 walls.
They Introduced several now numbers that
were loudly npplnuded.
ii:lkiiitkil ocbua at tiik I'aiik.
Tho well known Hoslou opera company
oned Its return engugeuieiit at Lincoln
pnik Monday evening uud tho audiences
they have attracted were 011 a par with thosj
seen there on their previous engagement;
lnrge, fashionable nud appreciative. Tho
couiMiny hns been materially strengthened
mid Improved since Its Inst operatlo upjieur
unco anil now compares favorably with soma
of the livst traveling ojieia companies. The
Khiuchiirt slsteis, llertle nud Goldie, us
piquant and Jolly as ever, still head the to
male suppiirt. ICd L. Weston, the famous
tenor, Is a particularly stroiif cart!, nud there
is nu funnier comodiuu than F. A. Wade, In
fact, the company Is excellent throughout,
nut a stick being in It any whole. Tho Hint
three nights of the week "Mikado" was done,
and on Thurxluy, In response to a request
from thu visiting Woodmen, "Mascot" was
put 011. Ijtnt night "Said Pasha" received a
beautiful revival and was enjoyed by a largo
audience. The samo opetu will bo tho bill
for this aftei noon autl evening. The com
Mtny Is now rehearsing another production
of ''! ho Pirates of Penzance," and the initial
ierformuuco will Imi given to-moi row even
lug. This will iuii until tho middle of next
week, a grand and finished production being
rtio park bus been the scene this week uf
great ciowds, numbly on Thuisday, when
over 0,000 N.ople enjoyed the day lu theuri
oils channels of amusements, flouting wus a
feature, bathing another, thu switchback
wus liberally patronized, the U vairo pucked,
and In fact every ntti action of the putk wus
fully enjoyed. Tho operu lias met with op
ulnr favor uud tho crowds will continue to
go out und upplaud the excellent work,
TIIK rUNKK's KOHUAL OI'EM.MJ,
The opening of Lincoln's old reliable play
house fur the season lbUii!) occurs Suturday
evening of next week, 011 which occasion a
mot fitting and elaborate attraction will be
presented. Kobcrt Downing, Miss Kugeulo
Hlulr and a superb couiwiuy of tragedians
will open the house with that greatest of all
romantic successes, '"llio Gludiutor." Mr.
Downing gives a powerful and artistic iiu-lei-M)i!ulloii
of the title rule. There is a re
ntal kable adaptability in his physique to tho
chui acter he portrays, uud he looks tho beau
Ideal it thoso splendid athletes who were
"butchered lu thu arena to muke a Itoiuuu
'llio plot of "The Gladiator" revolves
around the suiwrstltion and 1 rimes of Fuus
tliiu. A piopiietens has told her tLulslio
would be tho mother or a Ciesur when she
sacrificed to tho gods a woman undergoing
aocouchmeut. The wife of the Gludiutor was
selected as the victim. The wick ed emprets
heiself murdered her huplcM Wctun us she
gae biith to a daughter. This temble
crime was wiluersed by tho Gludlutui, who
hud been fetleled uud luudo 11 piisouer in his
hou). Subsequently his daughter dlxap
Iritis and is lost fur many j ears. In the
arena, through thu machinations of tho em
pittw, Ho is oideivd to slay a inuiduii who bad
been ouiiueuilied to death tor being u ChlU
Hull. As the Gladiator stoops don 11 to buio
the neck or the maiden lor tnu blow uf the
sword, he dlM.-oers by s.cuhur biithumik
thul the gll 1 U Ills daughter. Thu scene that
ensues is uguniz.ng. In thu Iluul scenes the
Gludiutor kills his daughter uud then him
self, but his leveugo lias pieviuumy le?ii
gi "titled w Ith the death of Gui dlan.the young
Qii'Nir, und his mother. The sale of seats
will begin Frlduy morning at tho box olllce.
LAMil.NU'tt hTATJS KAMI ATTIUCTIu.V
Munugei Church iscei Utluly to bo ci edited
with commendable toie.ighi uud excellent
judgment lu presenting so steiliug nud wp
ulur a couiMtuy us Milton uud Dollie .Nobles
as a lulr wevk attraction. Ihls well known
and thoroughly liked company will open n
tull week's elizukteuient ut the new I.Mii,tmi
Muuduy evening, September 6tu, "From I
- - -.
bile to bou" being tho initial play. Noblo's
leiHMtoIre will bo presented and anion
others his now piece, "Sou or Tliesiiis."
will be seen here fur tho first time. "Loia
ami Ijtw." ' 1'ho I'iiii'nix1' an 1 other old tim
ers will lecehe a delightful reviwil.
THIIATHICAI, SMALL TALK.
Hom) Coghlau has gone to I)iidoii.
"Monongahella, or Homestead," Is to lie
first seen nt the Columbus, New Yoik, the
atre. A Japanese play wiitten by Sir Edward
Arnold will Ikj piodticed ut the Chicago
w 01 Id's full'.
"Die White Squadron" has caught on lu
Phicic Fivic Cent.
Now York nud II red tho patriotism of the
Mr. John Ilajmond of New York City r
rived Thursday to reheat so tho performers of
A now farce comedy called "A Hallroad
Ticket" waspt odueed at Columbus Monday
uud gained applause,
Eugene Tompkins' revival of "Tho Illack
Crook" It Is said will be tho most mnguiflcent
production over seen In New York.
Gillette's drnniutlusitctncle, "Ninety Days
After Date," Is to bo brought out nt tho Now
Y01 k Hi ondwny Theatre January 'Jd.
Mile. Wiley, tho Itcnutiftil Hoslou actress,
Is lu tho city nud has lieen engaged to nsstimo
the character of Nydln, tho blind girl In
Miss Alice E. Johnson tins made a gcnulno
hit in tho west in tho Jennie Winston Opera
company. They are booked for tin, Funko
Tho I-ondon Iill Mull (iaxrdn repeats tho
statement that Mary Andeisou will icttirn
tothostngo. Sho Is now living at Oban,
Sir Arthur Sullivan nud Sidney Grundy's
new oKrn Is rehearsing at the IjOIiiIoii Savoy.
Iho story is of Cavaliers and Houndhends
and prolmbly will not lit America.
Vlctollen Sardou has written a new play,
"La Helle Ainerlcalne," for Charles Ki oil
man, and Alexander Dumas a new play, "La
lloute do Thebes," for the Comedlu Fi mi
dline, Mrs, John Templcton (Alice Vane) was
married oil Monday at Chicago to John C.
Whis)lau of David Henderson's "All liaba"
couiiauy, and Miss Fay Templcton was
Joseph Jefferson and William II. Crane,
accompanied by their friend, Grover Cleve
land, tho famous fisherman, have gone to
Wakeley Pond, Mass., to catch pickerel,
black bass antl perch.
Tony Williams, who appeared as Sluggers
lu 'Little Puck" with Frank Daniels at the
Ionising, will be remembered as having
played Nortior In "Monte Crista, Jr., with
Corrlnne. The work therein won hint ad
mlrois, ns It did also Wednesday evening,
H, H. Thearle & Co, of Chicago, general
managers of Messrs, Palne's various scctao
ular attractions throughout America, have a
contract with the World's Fair commission
ers to furnish i"i,000 worth of fireworks
three evenings during the dedication In Octo
ber. Colonel Henry Mapleson ha engaged Phil
lips Thomas for tenor, Arthur Seaton, late of
tho D'Oyley Carto Opera company, for bar
itouo and Mile, Sophia Shiftman for con
tralto, Slg Touiasl, who has for revcu years
been tho conductor of tho Em ma Abbott
Opera company, will be the conductoi .
Manager Church booked Lottaou Tuesday
for a date early In the spring. He also
hooked Frohmau's great success, "Jane," for
a night tills fall. Not a week goes by but
what the Lansing adds ono or more strong
attrat tlons to their already excellent list of
bookings, and if the theatre-going people are
not satisfied this winter with the plaj bills
presented, thou their demand for ctago
amusement cannot In) satisfied anywhere In
The women who will dally with Shake
speare during tin season are Minns Gale, Ju
lia Marlowe, Hortause Khea, Helena Mod
jeslot, Marie Prescott and Franceses. Janaus
chek, and of the sterner sex, Tom Keene, the
best "Richard III" of modsra times, Charles
0. Hanford and Clay Clement, two new
comers, will also use the Hard of Avon, and
so will the robustious Robert Downing, whllo
Wilson Uarrett will probably lay tpaimodla
stress 011 the Immortal William with the ac
customed boiling hot potatoes lu his mouth.
Mr. Uooth's retirement is final ami it looks
as though It would be a bad year for Shako
speare. Mr. Thomas W. Keene Is rehearsing tbla
week for his tour which beglusat Johnstown,
Pa. Ills repertoire will condst of Richard
III, Hamlet, Othello, Shylock, Louis XI and
Rlchlieu. Mr. Keene has sui rounded him
self with a very competent compaii) , elabor
ately costumed, and the stage pampheiualia
cannot bo duplicated lu every country. Ho
will give a great scenic production or Rich
ard III when he reaches Cincinnati uud when
he lomes to New Yoik nt the Union Square
theatre, magnificent scenic productions will
be piesented both of Richard HI nnd I)uis
XI. Keeuu comes to the Lansing llieatieiu
The degradation of the stage will be em
pliusUed during tho seasou by the udttut of
foursluggem. The Queemberry nctor who
have become stars with iheir bunch ot tUes,
and who will prance liefore the footlights are
Mr J. l.uwience Sullivuu, who wlllupieur
in "Captain llaicouit" alter he has tried con
clusions with Mr. Jim CoitK-tt, Mr Jim Cor
bett in u now pju) culled "Geutlwiidii Jack,"
whether ho is knocked out or not, Mr. Hob
Fitzsimmous who uIm has a uow play in
which to shoe a horse "In tull vle," and tlu
ally, as a striking upo bensis, Mr. Geoige
Dixon, u colored Uo-.tuu gei.tlimau who will
do Narlety and be supported by a white com
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country than nil other diseases put together,
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