Grand complimentary benefit to Billy Burr by his numerous friends, : on Friday evening, Feb. 12, 1864, on which occasion, a host of volunteers will appear, consisting of the following named artists: Mr. Ferdinand, in his champion bone solo. Billy Rose, the popular comic vocalist and Ethiopian comedian. Andy Williams, in his original banjo solos. Prof. Wm. Miller the great Wizard of the West. Mr. S. Stinson, the pleasing balladist. Mr. J.H. Barbour, in his excelsior jig. Mr. M. Lapierre, in choice Bomic [sic] songs, (first appearance in four years. Mr. Pete Williams, the great contraband. And also, The Aeolian Star Troupe ... More blunders than one ... Third time of Andy Williams' comic act, entitled The musician. ... The performance to conclude with the laughable farce, entitled Statue blanche! ... Admission. Parquet and gallery, 25 cents Secured seats in parquet, 35 cents Seats in private boxes, 50 cents Doors open quarter-before 7. Performance to commence quarter-before 8. Polite ushers in attendance.