The Bijou Music Hall! No. 607 Arch Street, next door below the theatre. The people's favorite place of amusement. : Harry Enochs, sole proprietor & manager Jas. W. Holden, leader of orchestra Andrew Enochs, door tender E. Buck, ticket agent Abe Lake, officer First appearance in Philadelphia of the great western favorite banjo soloist and Ethiopian comedian, Charley Petre Immense success of the great Philadelphia favorite, Miss Nellie Taylor Programme for this evening: ... Bijou Minstrels! ... Ten-pin Johnny, ... Backwoods echo, ... Grand impalement feat, ... The school ... Two Dromios, ... The whole to conclude with the laughable farce of The frisky cobbler and lazy tailor. ... Grand complimentary testimonial to Harry Enochs, tendered by his company, on Thursday evening, March 31st, 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.