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Stickney, Sallie

FRONT STREET THEATRE.

Lessee and Manager…Tom King.

Thursday evening, December 9th, 1858.

TOM KINGS CALIFORNIA CIRCUS COMPANY. “TIS WELL TO LAUGH.” MONSTER ATTRACTION—THREE CLOWNS in the circle on the same Evening.

First appearance of DR. J.L. THAYER, the celebrated Jester and Clown who will make his bow this evening.

Next we have the Ethiopian Clown and Humorist, BILL DONALDSON, in His peculiarities of Darkey Life. Then TOM WATSON, the Wag and Songster, in his many sayings and doings, with the whole Company in new and startling acts.

The Manager has much pleasure in stating that he has effected a re-engagement with the charming and fascinating MISS SALLIE STICKNEY, who will appear every evening in a favorite act on her flying steed “Camille.”

ADMISSION 25 CENTS. FRIDAY, BENEFIT OF TOM WATSON, the Clown.

LOOK OUT FOR FUN. A PERFORMANCE, ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, in which the whole Company appear, commencing at 2 ½ o’clock. Children 13 cents.

CINDERELLA will shortly be produced.

The Daily Exchange December 09, 1858

Article PDF, column 7 (near top)