On Friday evening of ncxt weck, Nov. 5tb, Mr. B. Macauley appeara at the opera house in tbis city, in the charaoter of "UncleDan'l," in E. A. Locke's American comody, "A Messenger froin Jarvis Section." This play is said to lead all others of the kind in that therc is no useless acting. Every bit of business leads up t.n snmelhing elsc. " Uncle Dan'l " is a boldly-sketched character of simple goodness and faith in human nature, but great shrewdness and cool management when business calis upon his intellect and cnergy. Mr. Macauloy takes this part and plays it with force and effect. His dialect is broad; his manner countrified, without rudeness and natural ; his affection hearty, sympathetio with all sorrow and distress, and indignant at all meanness and corruption. The house will certainly be filled to over flowiag upon the occasion.