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About The Hesperian / (Lincoln, Neb.) 1885-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1897)
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1220 O street.
Th" attraction sit the Lansing theatre. Satur
d'lV )abi . will hi' tin1 proline ion heiv l the
chinning rnmnu" of the mountains entitled
"Tennessee's Purdnor." Tlio story of the play clev
erly recounts tlio adventures of soino rough but
iKthle-hfurtoil iniuors and a young southern girl
whom thoj have adopted on the death of her fnth"r
y t'te mines The story appeals to all classes of
tle-ater-goers, the gallery as woM ns tlio ihvs cirelo.
'Tennessee's Pitrdiicr" is in four aets. and has boon
acknowledged by com potent orities to be a master
piece The oomody hinges on the first wedding in
camp; the quaint sayings of the looal coroner; the
rough lovo-.naking of one of tlio miners with his
pretty ward; tho ludioi s serenade of the Rooky
Miuutiiiii baud: the sweet singing of the (iohleu
Nu"'et quartette; and ihe funny doings of a chron
ic T'mr and liis nvoivioii to work his witiy (lia-hvui-
with his sour spouse and his love of whisUy,
a,r, ,i self-importance. Th p-iihollo parts are t'e
ou ' -outhern girl's first intimation of her father's
death, l ho deception pruotiood on one of the miners
by an adventuress, and tho tragic death of her
liruthor. Tlio company has given over WO perform
aneesof the play during tho past two suece-sful
t,mrs in (ho largo eastern eiilos a perfect Mngo pro
duction is assure I our theatre goers, r roin the
large ndvatiou sale already, the indications are that
the comimiiy will be greeted by a full house, Seats
on sale Thurwlny lit 0 a. in. Prices il. 7r.o, Cue mid
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