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St. Clair, Sallie



John Ellsler…Manager.

Third Night of the Celebrated Young Actress MISS SALLIE ST. CLAIR

She will appear on this occasion only, in her Great Character of Capitola Black, as performed by her with unbounded success for THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY NIGHTS.

This Wednesday evening, Sept. 24th, will be performed the great play from the Ledger Story, called THE HIDDEN HAND.

Capitola Black…Miss Sallie St. Clair

Old Hurricane…Mr. John Ellsler

To conclude with a FANCY DANCE by Miss Matilda Hughes

PARTICULAR NOTICE.—Please have the ready change on hand when you buy your tickets and you will save yourself and the Treasurer much trouble. STAMPS TAKEN. SCALE OF PRICES:

Dress Circle and Parquette…50c. Family Circle…25c. Gallery…15c. Private Boxes, Two Three and Five Dollars. Doors open at a-quarter-past seven; Curtain rises at a-quarter of eight, precisely.

Cleveland Morning Leader, September 24, 1862

Article PDF, column 6 (near top)