TTILL'S OPEEA HOUSE. ONE KIGHT OXLY! THURSDAV, FEBRUARY9, 188S. Eightli Year and Farewell Tour. E. E. RICE'S justly celebrated Opera Bouffe Extravaganza, EVANGELICE ! Interpretad by the largest, most complete and Kefiuedorganization n existenee. Headed by the universal favorites, HATTIE RICHARDSON. BLANCH CHAPMAM. 4 COMEDIANS 4 CHA8. STURGES, JOE W. HARRIS, CHAS BURKE, the ?reat and only FORTESQUE. SPARKLINO MUSIC I SURPRISINO NOVELTIES ! CHARMINQ COSTUMES ! BEAUTIFUL SCENERY ! WONDERFUL SPECIALTIES ! THE LONE FISHERMAN! THE LIVELY WHALES ! Complete Orchestra, Efficiënt Choru. Ernb3t Stanley, .... Manager. ADMISSION 75,50and25cnts No extra charge for reserred seats, now on sale at Watts Bros. ' Jewelrr Store. F. AA. M. ANN ARBOR COMMANDEKY NO. 18 K. T. Regular Conclave held the flrst Tuesday evening of each month at the Asylum, in Maaonic Hall. at eight o'clock. ZINA P. KINO E C JOHN KAPP, Recorder. ' ' W'ASHTENAW CHAPTER, No. 6, R. A. M - Regular convocation at Masonic Hall on Monday evenings on or precedlng each full moon. Visiting companions will be cordially welcomed. WM, Q. DOTY, H P AlbeatSor, Sec'y. GOLDEN RULE LODUE No. 159. F. & A. M. Regular meetings at Masonic Hall. Thursday eveuings on or beiore the full of the moon DEWITT C. FALL, W. M. N. D. Gates, Sec'y. FRATERNITY LODQE. No. 262, F. and A. M.Regular meetings Wednesday, before the nrst full moon in each month. Special meetings tor work until f urther notice on each Wednesday svening at 7 1-2 o'clock at Masonic Hall on South Mam street, Ann Arbor. W. D. HARRIMAN, VT. M. W. F. Stimson, Sec'y.