Opening night Saturday evening, Jan. 2d, 1864. Two companies! : Engagement, for six nights, of the wonder of the world, Mr. Charles Clyde the American Samson, ... Look at the names, amongst whom will be found the following: Miss Annie Winsloe, vocalist and comedienne. Miss Kate Clare, the celebrated jig dancer. Miss Annie Clare, fancy and jig dancer. Clari Wilson, Effie Mendon, Old Bob Sheppard the unrivaled contraband and "original" Old Bob Ridley. Bobby Harrison, champion bone player. Andy Williams, banjoist. H. Miller, Harry Clifton the artistic pianist. John H. Donnel, violinist. J. Plumer, basso profundo. N. Clark, John Weaver, comedian. The above talented performers will appear in a variety of songs, duets, dances, laughable farces, burlesques, ballets, pantomimes, negro extravaganzas, &c. &c. Admission. Parquet, 15 cents Gallery, 10 cents. Private boxes, three dollars Single seats in private boxes, 50 cents Doors open at 7 o'clock. To commence at 8. Novelties will be produced in rapid succession For particulars see programmes. An efficient police force is engaged to preserve strict order.