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TJILLS' OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT OKLY. THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1881 America"s Favorito, MAGGIE MITCHELL, In hor Celebrated Impersonation supported by MK. L. A. SHEWELL, MR. R. FUL1ON RUSSELL. A 1 1 1 1 u powerf ui cast, n the G reat Plav of "liHCHOÏ." Admission f or lower part of the house, $1 ; gallery, 50 cents. No extra charge for reserred seats now on ale at Watts' Bros. Jewelry store. TTILL'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIGHT ONLY! SATURDaY, DECEMBER 10, 1881. THE BTEWABT CONCERT COMrANY OF WUBERFORCE UXIVERSITY, In their O B A N D 1'AliI.OIl CONCEBÍS! üelightful Vocal anJ Instrumental music. SuperO llarmouy. budiorous recitatious. ENDORSED UV TÜLPIT AND PKKSS. Our present buildings are crowded. We need a ucw une. Aid us in the popular cause of education, ADMISSION Ü3 and 50 cents. No extra charge f or reserved seats, now on sale at Watts Bros. ' Jewelry Store. TTILL'S OPERA HOUSE. TUE8DAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1881. B. McAuley's Triumph of American humor, the glorious old Deputy Sheriff of Jarvis Section, "UNCLE DAN'L." OF HKROIC PUliPOSES! OVKRFLOWINO WITH QUAINT PUN! BIO AM) Bli.vVE! MIRTHFUL AND STflONO '. A crowd of delightful expressions follow the noble MESSENGER FROM JARVIS SECTION. On bis errand of love and mercy, PRICES OF AD3IISSION: Parquette and flrst row in Parquette Circle 75 ets. Parquette 50 ets. ÜaUery 25 ets. No extra charge for reserved seats. Sale comraence on Friday, Dec. 9th,at Watts Bros.' Jewel ry store. 7RATERNITY LODGE. No. 262, F. and A. M.- J? Regular meetings Wednesday, before tlie rirat f uU moon in each month. Special meetings tor work until f urther notice on each Wednesday evening at 7 1-2 o'clock at Masonic Hall on South Main street, Ann Arbor. W. D. HARRIMAN, W. M. J. W. HANGSTEKFER, Sec'y. Lord & Thomas, Chicago, 111., have this paper on flie at their office. Nos. 9 and 10 McCormick block, where they will be pleased to show it to our townsmeu who may be in that city, or making advertising contracts. Friends of The Demockat, who have business at the Probate Court, will please request Judge Harriman to send their Printing to this office.


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