öaturday evening next, at the Grand Opera House, Anu Arbor theatre-goers will have an opportiinity to hear the Wilbur Opera Company !u Gilbert & Öullivan's -'Piiates of Penz.ince." The Detroit Tribune bas the fullowlDR to say of tois company's renditi-ii of the play : "The third appearnnce of the fainous Wilbur Opera Oompany was greeted last evening by the laijfest aud tinest audleuce wen at the opera house in a long time. The 'Piratea of Penznicc,' was enthusiastioally encoreil froin bezinning to end. The diameters were ably and correct ly representad. Mr. A. W. F. Mac Collin's 'Mnjor-General ' wis a prominent and splendidly takeu part. J. C Brand as the ' Pírate Olileï,' with his lieutenantó and assistants, did sotne excellent wo, k. Miss R ,y Samuels perfonned the part of ' Mabel " iu a very able and pleasiiiff manner; lier voice is all that could be desired. The assemblage at the opera house was a decided testimonial to Hangers, Clay and Buckley, and fully hows the apnreeiation with whicli tney are liokl In this city, the occasion being beir animal benefit."