TTILLS' OrEEA HOUSE. TWO NIÖHTS, WEDNESDAY THÜBSDAY JAK. 11 AND 18. Anthony. Ellis & Hathaway's Majestie Consolidated ARgregation [formerly Gilmore & Miaco]. 4 COMBINED SHOWS. 4 Comprising Ravel's Newly Hatehert HUM PTY DUMPT?. Miaoo's Doublé Specialty and NoveltyCo., Gray's Musical Oongress and Mauning's Opera Orchestra. M A R T I S T S , 20 [noludlng JENNIE MIACO, The Champion Skipping Rope Dancer. AUCE MAURICE, The Finished Vocalist. SIQNOR FARANTI.The Great Contortlonist. Fbof. FRANK KING 'S Meuhanical Shaflows. ASHTON BROS., The Aerobatle Wondere, THE TRAINED PIG, "JEFF." ELEPHANT "BOLTVAB." THE FOUR FUNNY GOATS. THEEDUCATED DONKEY. All in asolid melange of fun and ïnirth-provoking laughter: Remember the only Hall Circus in America. Admission 50, 35, and 25 cents. No extra charge for reaerved seats now on sala at Watts Bros.' Jewelry store. TT ILL'S OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIOHT ONLY I PBIDAY EVE.. JANUAKY 18, 1882. The Important Amusement Evi-ut : Appearance of the famous International Dra malie Stars, MR. AND MUS. GEO. S. KNIGHT, Presenting their wonderful drama of ''BAROK BTSOLPI." By Bronson Howard. As plajred by them 100 nights in Londou, 75 night in Liverpool, 50 nights in Dublin, 35 nights in Glasgow, and the entire continent of Europe. Also 8 weeks at the Grand Opera House, New York, 4 weeks in Boston . and all the leading cities of America, supported by their magniflcert dramatic company, under the management of MESSRS. FRED G, AND B. G. BERGER. POPULAR PRICES: ADMISSION 75, 50 and S5 cents No extra charge f or reserved seats, now on sale at Watts Bros. ' Jewelry Store. F. & A. M. ANN ARBOR COMMANDERY NO. 18 K. T. Regular Conclave held the flrst Tuesday evening of each month at the Asylum, in Masonic Hall. at eight o'clock. ZINA P. KIXG, E. C, JOHN KAPP, Recorder. WA6HTENAW CHAPTER, No. 6, R. A. M.- Regular convocatiou at Masonic Hall on Monday evenings on or preceding each full moon. Visiting companions will Be cordially weleomed. WM. G. DOTY, H. P. ALBEtiT Soro, Sec'y. GOLDEN RULE LOD'iE No. 159. F. & A. M. Regular meetings at Masonic Hall. Thursday evenings on orbefore the full of the moon. DEWITT C. FALL, W. Jl N. D. Gates, Sec'y. fRATERNITY LODGE. No. 262, F. and A. H. JT Regular meetings Wednesday, before the flrst fuÏÏ moon in each montli. Special meetings for work until furthernotice on each NVednesday evening at 7 1-2 o'clock at Masonic Hall on South Main street, Ann Arbor, V. D. HAREIMAX, W. M. W. F. Stimson, Sec'y. ANN_ARB0R DEMOCRAT. T3IJRSDAY MOR.N1NG January ia, 1888. Friends of The Demochat, who have business at the Probate Court, will please request Judge Harriman to send their Printing to this oftice.