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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1875.
AMUSEMENTS. MACAULEY'S THEATER.
Remember Thanksgiving Day Matinee. SEE THE SPY.
THURSDAY MATINEE AND EVENING,
The Most Successful Centennial Historic Drama, received with marked favor, and
MR. MILNES  LEVICK, Accredited with the Greatest Applause.
HARVEY  BIRCH, "The Spy!"
With Mr. LEVICK in the title role, supported by a cast of most unusual excellence.
THURSDAY (THANKSGIVING DAY) MATINEE AND EVENING,
The Spy.   FRIDAY EVENING AND SATURDAY
MATINEE, The Spy.
Saturday Evening—Miss MARY ANDERSON, a young lady of this city, will make her first appearance on any stage as Juliet in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet; MILNES LEVICK as Mercutio, and a powerful cast of characters.
NEXT WEEK.—OLIVE LOGAN in original comedies of rare merit.