The Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The peoples' favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor Billy Boyd, stage manager J. Nosher, musical director Andrew Enochs, ticket agent, William Early, officer ... Look at this bill for Christmas week Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... The school ... Grand impalement feat! ... Imitations! of dogs, cats, monkeys, apes, chickens, goats, horses, turkeys and geese, ... Medical college! by the Corkonians. ... Turning the tables! ... To conclude with the comic pantomime of Paul and Julia or Troubles in a kitchen. ... On Christmas Day three grand performances, at 10 in the morning, half-past 2 in the afternoon, and half-past 7 in the evening. Miss Nellie Taylor, Philadelphia's favorite vocalist, is engaged, and will positively make her first appearance Monday, January 4th, 1864. Grand matinee every Saturday at half-past 2 o'clk for the accommodation of ladies and children. Admission, 10 and 15 cents Private boxes, $2.00. Single seats, 50 cents Doors open at quarter-before 7 o'clock. Commence quarter-before 8.