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Amusements, Entertainments, Etc.

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Grand masquerade at Beethoven hall Thursday evening. When Mr. Hitchoock of Detroit gives hls talk about Rome, illustrated with the stereopticon, next Saturday at half past seven, it will be to a highly interested audieuce. He has a large collection of choice pictures, so to see tuem and to liciir him teil about tlietu is the next best thing to going to the Ancicnt City itself. It will be at the M. E. church, and for the benefit of the Sunday School. The childrcn are nuwerous who are sclling tickets. On 8aturday Jan. JOU), the woll known nd ever popular Mondelssohn Qulntette Club will viait again our town and give one of tbeir most delightful concerts in university hall. There is not perhaps in the states a musical organización of a wider fame and popularlty. Organized ia 1S4D, it bas nassod tbrough these intervening years doing a work more and ¦Bom rconed and ierfect in excellence and though some of the meinbers have changed their scène of action, the club as such bas kept its tinity, for the new metnbers were always selected with the greatest care and judgmeut. Their veteran leader Thomas Jtyan is still with the club as the patriarch, and will be agaiu welcomed by the many friends he bas m-ide during his former visits. This year the club has again been reorganized, Mr. Giese, the violin celloist, and his wife, who delighted our audiences for two years, have accepted otber engagements. In their stead Mr. Louis Blumenberg, as violincello vertuoso, iias made a remarkable record in London and New York, with the concart troups of Marie Roze, Einiiiii Thursby, Josefty aud others, and given guaran tee of a unexcelled merit. This will be the third of the concerts by Unlversity Musical Society, and our friends will remembtr that the concert will be open to all, admission 50 cents, and reserved seats at the usual places. On Saturday evening instead of Friday evening, ns announced last week, an oyster supper and social will be given by the Young People's society of the Baptist church at the church parlors.


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