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T riLL'S OPERA HOUSE. ONK NIGHT ONI.y! TUEöDAY EVE., JANUARY 31, 1882. The C'entury's Greatest Success : MME. RENTZ'S CELÉBRATE D MINSTRELS ! Always the Best ! Onlqua and Peerless ! THK FOÜSTTIN HKAU OF REFINED MINSTBELSY ! Every Act Xew ! Every Sketch New ! Everything Novel '. NO WOEX OUT ANTIQL1TIES ! The inost Prosperous Compauy in the World ! WATCI1 FOR IT ! WAIT FOR IT ! Popular Prices to all Parts of the House. F. A A. M. A XX ARBOR COMMANDERY NO. 18 K. T. Regular Conclave held the íirst Tuesday evening of eachuiontli at the Asyluni. in Masonic Hall, at eight o'elock. ZIXA P. K1NG, E. C, JOHX KAPP, Recorder. WASHTENAW CHAPTER, No. 0, R. A. M.- Regular convoeation at Masonic Hall on Houday eveniugs on or preceding each full moon. Visítiug coinpanioníí will be cordially welcomed. ni, G. DOTY, H. 1'. Albeat Sobo, Seo 'y. C OLDEN RULE LODUE Xo. 15, F. & A. M. X Regular meetings at Masonic Hall, Thursday eveuings on orbefore the fuü of the moon. DEWITT C. FALL, W. M N. D. Gates, Sec'y. Í7(RATERNITY LODGE. No. 288, F. and A. M.- Regular meetings Wednesday, before the first full moon in each month. Special meetings for work until furthernotice on each Wednesday ïvening at 7 1-2 o'elock at Masonic Hall on South ölain street, Ann Arbor. W. D. HARRIMAN, W. IL W. F. Stimson, Sec'y.


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