James McElhern 1897 Cincinnati
"tiiL THE PEDDLEB"rOTJgTACT. This afternoon the Oerman dialect come-Otan come-Otan come-Otan and sin gar, Charles A. Qardner, and an abh company will opea a week's engage ment at tb Fountain Theater tn his old' time success, "Karl tb Peddler,- Peddler,- whloh has been as completely rearranged i brought up ta data that It will hardly b recognised as the, same play It -used -used to be. Th plot s a BUxiurs of comedy pur and simple. , combined with pathos deep -1 -1 touoblng. The story t built around th abduction of a littla child and th romantic and ad vent or ua search- search- for. it by Karl Every feature of th play IS ntartalnlng and refined, while during the action of the ante quite a aunstr or pleasing special-tie special-tie special-tie ar Introduced br Mr. Gardner and other members af tha comnanv. amona which may be mentioned "The Gypsy Quar- Quar- tyrolean meiodlea aa are seldom heard away j. rum tneir native country.- country.- jttr. uaroner nas surrouncea himself with an excellent supporting company, among whom may b seen the name of Garland trSden. C;. hi. Gardner. James McElhern. Ignats ConradL Emma D Forreat, Frances Parker, Kate Kchert, Marlon May and Lit- Lit- w isun The ataging and scenery Is said to be of in most magnincent aeea in a piay ox taia nature, while the other accessories and costumes costumes are the moat beautiful carried by any company on tne roaa tms season. Extra matine will r given Monday arternoon, eoruary iu, wasnington s Jiirinaay.