Our readers have Iearued from the maramoth posters in our streets, that the Exhibition of Elmxqek & Foote, opens this, Friday evening, June 17th, at Hangsterfer's Hall. - This corapany has traveled for the last season ia the Eastern and Middle States, and judging from our contemporaries, has everywhere met wilh the most fiattering success. The followm" notice we clip from the Baltimore Gazeltt. " Kever before, perbaps, was a combination of so réry diniinutive people thrown together. t'om. Foote and a bewilching little creature known as the " Fairy of tlie West," must take precedeuce over all pretenders. These vonderful curiosities assisted by Col. Small j,da talented musical company, form a combiuatioa which for real merit. is excelled by ■none. Thecharraing young vocalist and talented Tiauist, Miss M. C. Ellinger, is attached to Ibe conr.pany, as are also the old Continental Vocalist, W. D. Franklin, the wel] known Balladist, and J. W. Smith, the celebrated Humorist, also Prof. G. Brooks, the eminent blind Pianist and Violinist.