ODD FELLOWS’ HALL—ROSE AND HARRY WATKINS.
The new, political and moral drama from the pen of the well-known actor, Harry Watkins, will be played at Odd Fellows’ hall this afternoon and evening. The politicians, the moralist, the intemperate, the young and old should see it. It conveys to all most useful lessons, and the style of its presentation will be of a high dramatic order. Little Amy will lend her talented assistance.
ODD FELLOWS’ HALL.
A NEW YEAR’S FESTIVAL.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOON and NIGHTS. Return to Washington of the eminent artists, ROSE and HARRY WATKINS, and the wonderful child actress and songstress, LITTLE AMY LEE, in a grand moral drama, entitled “His Worst Enemy, or the Angel Child.” Dedicated to the memory of Father Matthews, the great Apostle of Temperance, and the Good Templars of America. This powerful play has met with extraordinary success throughout the country, and is a faithful picture of the “times we live in,” depicting the political and social aspects of our national life, and vividly illustrating the besetting sin of society. Admission, 50 cents and 25 cents; reserved seats, 75 cents. To be had at Ellis’ music store on and after Wednesday morning.
National Republican (Washington, DC) January 02, 1875