Harry Eytinge in "Jim, the Penman"
indulged in For instance, now, we are not the jaws of hell, we are not for unless we the new religious much variance. or worse it is to say. We the preachers to the world more enlightenment. general, vastly increased. people has rapidly deteriorated. not looked are regarded feelings sanctity of The greatest success the Madison Square Theatre, Mew York, has ever known, tbe Penman" Is being performed at tbe street Theatre this week. It is beyond question one of the stlongest dramas that holds a place io public approbation. Tim Fhila- delphU Times In speaking of the attraction aaya: Tin two great roles of tbe play, of the penman and bis wife, are In new so far as this city la concerned, out Mr. Charles H. Riegel's Jim Is a throughly satisfactory performance la every way, and the Nina Â«f Miss Louise Rial cau be cornpjrid without detriment with that of her great predecessor ia tnÂ« part. These pans being adequate!) filled an almost perfect performance is the result. Alfied Follin plays Caplain Redwood aud Harry Eytinge Bdrou Hartleld. Uotu these are new here ii, this play, but, together with the principals, they received tbe favor of tbe audience. Tbe other characters ate in capable hands and as a whole no play has been better acted in this city during the seaton. All to