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GftAND OPERA HOUSE! TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 27, '85 "Rapt are Rnyal Raiment when worn for VIrtue' Sake."- Wlilte Slave. Orand Production of Bartley Cainpbell's iiiutiior 01 " My Partner," "Galley Slave," alburia," 'Separatlon," etc.) Oreat play THE WHITE SLAVE. THE NEW YORK STAR CAST. Entlre New and Magnlflcent Scenery, atartling Meehaulcal Effects, aud the Wonderful RAIN STORM OF REAL WATER. SYNOPSIS OF TABLEAUX: Act I- The Old Kentncky Home. Act II- The Quadroon's Oath. Act III-" 8he 18 my Slave." Act On the " Helle Creóle." Act V- The Floatlng Wreek. Act VI- Ked Devll Island. Act VII- "She Isa íree bom woman." A TRUE PICTURE OF THE SOUTH. ADMISSION, - 75, 50 and 35 Cents. Rosorvod Seais wlthont extra charge now on sale at Bougoton's Newe Depot. UNÍVKESITY HALL! FRIDAY EVE'G, JAN. 30, '85. CRAND CONCERT, Glven by Rafael Jorfy! The celebrated Hungarian Pianist, AsslHted by MRS. Gh R. HAVILAND SOPRANO, MISS MARY L. WOOD Accompanlst, and the AMPHION CLUB. (piicral Admission, 50 Cents Reserved Seats, - - 75 Cents Sale of Reserve Seats tocomraenoe Wendesday.January S8th, at Moore's and Oslus & Co s book stores. PALACE RINK The Management takes great pleasure Ín an nounclng the llrst grand FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL FOB FRIDAY EVENING, JANTJARY 30 Prlces wlll be awarded as follows: CLASS I- Two Seaeon Tickets, gooü from January .'!0th lo June lst, one to the Lady and one to the Gentlemen for the most ele gant costuraos. CLA.84 II- Two pair of Club Skates, one to the Lady and one to the Gentleman for the most cumlcal costume. CLASS III- One pair of Club Skates to the Gentleman whose costume Ni1a.11 beet represent any Dramatic Character knowo to the stage. CLA.SS IV- Flfty admlsslon Tickets to the Lady wearlng the best Calleo costume. CLA8S V- Flfty Admlsslon Tickets, 25 to the Lady and 25 to the Gentleman who símil best act the character lmpersonated. Dressing Hoorns; have been engaged at the FnvnkllD llnuse, wbere a Costamer may be found all day Friday Jan. 30th, wlth a complete line of Cos tumos, any of whlch may be enguged at a very low figure. The Proprietors futend that thls shall be the grandest and most select event of the kind ever elven In thls city. No one allowed to mask eicept those holding Invllatlons, which are not transferable, and must be presented at the door. ADMISSION TICKETS, 5O Cents, includlng Skates. On sale at the Kink office. A FRUIT FARM FÖUALK Ten Acres of Land, one-half of Whioh is planted to FRUIT OP EVERY VARIETY ! IOcated in Ann Arbor Townshlp, three miles 'rom the city. Inqulre of A. B Bohraldt, cor Jf Detroit and North ste., Ann Arbor, Mich. lo WIíb it May Concern. [ have brought a large 3tock of Clothingfrom the Northern part of the State, and will 3lose it out at wholesale or retail, lEGARDLESSofCOST Already some Mer3hants have made chases of me, and j ers will, because they well know that this Stock of goods is going tobesold. These goods i did not cost me a cent, and I can well afford tq give mynumerous friends a benefit. Store No. 16 S. Main street, Ann Arbor. Joe. T. Jacobs, Jan. 20, '8R. ASSIGNEE. Cure for Piles. Tlie llrst syniptom of Piles s an intense itchlng iit night aftergetting warm. Tliig uiipleasniH wnsation is immediately relieveü by un applicatlon of Dr. Bosanko's . Pile Kemedy. Piles in all forms, Itch, Salt Rlieum and Kingwonn can be perraanently cured by the use of tliis great rcmedy. Price DO cents. Manufactured by tlie Dr. Boganko Medicine Company, Piqua, O. Sold by Eberbach & Son. 1202-1268.


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