i, sopranos; Mlle.
Lacombe, mezzo-soprano; Philippe, Methuen and Debrinay, tenors; Melchizedek and General, bassos.
The Norma of last night was the best cast of that piece ever exhibited in New Orleans.
In the theatres we have good companies.--At the Varieties, of which John Owen is manager, you may judge of the strength of the company by hearing that among the names are Chas. Bass, once of your theatre; George Jordan, of side-whisker memory; A. H. Davenport, and Mark Smith.
Miss Charlotte Thompson is the leading woman, but the feminine attraction of the company is a Mrs. Leighton, the comedienne.
She is an extraordinary actress.
The Nixon &Co.'s "world-wide," &c., Circus is now at the St. Charles Theatre, Debar having taken his company in the meantime to Vicksburg.
A live hippopotamus at Spalding's Museum is another attraction even more novel than anything in the theatrical way.
Gov. Moore reviewed the militia today, which turned out in good numbers, and everything pa