BOSTON MUSEUM. - 7.45 P.M.; Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday at 2. 10th week of the "Guv'nor." To-morrow evening, benefit of Mr. Barron in "Brutus" and "Black-Eyed Susan."
GAIETY THEATRE. - 8 P.M.; Matinees daily (this week) at 2. Jay Rial's new version of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Next week, "Olivette," a new and very pretty opera in which Catherine Lewis has made a great hit in New York.
GLOBE THEATRE. - 7.45 P.M.; Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday at 2. This week, D'Ennery's "Les Orphelines de la Charite," adapted as "A Child of the State," - an interesting and exciting play, but, unfortunately, badly acted, owing to the manifest inexperience of the company. Next week theatre-goers will have the pleasure of seeing Mrs. Scott-Siddons once more.
PARK THEATRE. - 7.45 P.M.; Matinee, Saturday at 2. This week and next, Lawrence Barrett, supported by Louis James and Miss Wainwright. Tonight, "Richelieu;" matinee to-morrow, "Marble Heart;" to-morrow evening, "Julius Caesar."