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THE WHITÏ BLAVK. The theatre golng people are to receivo a treat in tlic production of Bartley Campbell's great play of the "White blavo," at the grand opera house, ou Tuesday evonlng, Jan. 27th. Of this play he New York Evening l'ost, the most conservativo paper in tlio union said: The "Whitk Slavk," Iho latost play of tlmt prollflc wrlter, Mr. Bartley Cmnpbell, was produoed lu the prenence of a lage audlenoe la the Fourteenth Street Theatre last nlïht, aml waa reoelved wllh a running aocompHulment of applause whlcli uecined to Indícate that lt U flkely to prove a popular uccess. The story moves along very biiskly wlth plenty of lncldents and a most liberal allowance of "sltuatlon" whlcli aijpearwl to be heartlly eDjoyed. The play was haudsoiuely raouutod and vory well acled. The New York Evening Telegram rcferred to it in this nianner: Havkrley'8 Fourteenth Street Theatre U Just qow worth a vlslt, for one may wit ui-ui ouo of the most gtlrrlng dramas that has been pulon the boardmlurlng the preñen t season. The -White Slave" Is fuil of HtroiiK situatlons and lts success Is so pronounced that lt bas been engaged for all the leading theatrea throughout the country. The Good Teuiplars will give au entertainment at " temperanco hall," over Noble's store, on Main at, on Saturday eveiiiiig. Supper served at 7 p. m. The "inimitable Harklns" wiU contribute "happy songs," etc, to the entertainment, which will begin at 7 p. m. All are ïuvited. At the link Friday evening occurs the Hat Carnival, which bids fair to excite mucli amusement.


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