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Day
20
Month
October
Year
1865
Copyright
Public Domain
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3 The University and Lodi Clubs y play a soci-il gaine ol Cricket, on the Uiiiversity grounds, near the Medical College, on Saturday, to-morrow, comnencingi) 1 2o'elock A. M. X We invite attentirm to the adTcvtispnient in another column of " The Grtat Wardrobe " Ctottjing Store. ├ĆIiller & Bbow.v, the gentlemanly proprietora of tliis ertabllshment, wliicli is jfiueially aud riijlitl;siipposed to be oonnected with a populaf heuse of the same name in Detroit, hare beon in oiir city but a few months, hut have wen many frieiids. Their raaiijmoth store in the OtSghry Block is filled with fashionable and wall-made clotiiing, and at their counter, man or boy, gent or laborer, oan et a full 5,uitfltted to their needs, and warraiited " no phoddy. Give hem a cal!, and see if we don't teil you the truth. P3 Tho N"ew York and Boston Star Combination Troupe- under the miiagemer(t of J.B. Ti'rneb and J. if. Vixcent - have been performing before larcre and respectable honses in Haiijterfer's Hall.during the wenk, and the generally exprossed opini├│n is that no superior troupe has visbed our city. On Monday evenina;, tliey opened with Lucrelia Barga, Mrs. Hexry Lindkx (aking the character whioh gives the piece ts name, and performin her part well, J. B. Turner playing Genaro. On Tiiesday evening, they bronght out the Midden Hand, on Wednesday evening Jlfiriam's Crime, and last evening, Uncle Tom's Cabin. This evening they play Easi Lynne .

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