Odd Fellows' Hall, Norristown for five nights only, commencing Tuesday evening, March 15th, 1864. Zographicon! : A series of panoramic illustrations--of T.S. Arthur's Ten nights in a bar-room! John Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress, and other attractive scenes from life, character, nature and art! Comprising one of the most pleasing, instructive and highly impressive series of entertainments of this class ever presented to the American public. / Proprietor and manager, Mr. Joseph Verey. This splendid series of panoramic paintings was exhibited at Concert Hall, Philadelphia, for seven successive weeks, during which time it was visited by all classes of citizens, editors, clergymen, lawyers, physicians, merchants, manufacturers and artisans, and received from every one the most unqualified approval. The last week it was exhibited to more than 4000 people. This splendid series of more than one hundred grand panoramic paintings was executed by Mr. George Wunderlich an American artist, ... The object aimed at in this noble series of paintings, is to exhibit vice in its deformed and hurtful character, and virtue as full of attractions and beautiful ... Music and singing during the evening ... Admission, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents Soldiers, half-price. Liberal arrangements made with schools. Doors open at 7, and pictures move at half-past 7 o'clock. A matinee on Wednesday and Saturday, at 3 o'clock--Children, 10 cents.