TTILL'S OPERA HOÜ8E. ONS NIOHT ONLYl THURBDAY, F E B RU A R Y 1 6, 1 8 8 3 ■ Engagement Extraordinary of the Distinguished Emotional and Tragic actress, AI 1 S S ADA O HA Y ! ♦ St'PPORTED BY Chas. Walkius' 5th Avenue Comb:naüou. An EveniDg of altérnate Lauguter and Tears, a Win of Comedy aud Pathos, a lasting seruion to Wives, Slothers nd Daughters; an eutirely New Version adapted from Mrs. Wood's famous story in 5 acts, by Miss Gray, and performed by her over 2,000 times ín the principal cities of the United States, entitled, EAST LYNNE OK, THK aUOPEMKXT, LfcUB.,) MI8S ADA GRAY. Mídam Vink, ) In which character she has no Living Peer. POPULAR PRICES: ADMISSION 75, 50 and 25 cents No extra charge f or reserved seats, now on sale at Watts Bros. ' Jewelry Store. TTILLS' OPERA HOUSE. OJiE NIQHT ONLY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY23, '83. Farewell appearances of the famous familiar favorites, IITIRLI'S SKI MASTODON MINSTRELS! "The Applausel Delight! The Wonder of our Stage!" J. H. HAVERLY, - - - Proprietor. KIT CLA.RKE, Manager. THE F0REM08T F O B T Y ! New and Funny Features in our Latest and Qreatest Programme. EP" The World's Greatest Coterie of Minst rel Talent. _B Admission 50, and 75 cents. No extra charge for reserved seats now on sal at Watts Bros.' Jewelry store. F. A A. M. ANN ARBOR COMMANDERY NO. 13 K. T. Regular Conclave held the flrst Tuesday eveníog of each month at the Asylum, in Masonic HaU. at eight o'clock. ZINA P. KING, E. C, JOHN KAPP, Recorder. WASHTENAW CHAPTER, No. 6, R. A. M.- Regular convocation at Masonic Hall on Monday evenings on or preceding each full inoon. Visiting companions will be cordially welcomed. WM, G. DOTY, H. P. ALBEñT Sorg, Sec'y. GOLDEN RULE LODliE No. 159. F. & A. M. Regular meetings at Masonic Hall, Thursday evenings on or before the full of the moon. DEWITT C. FALL, W. M. N. D. Gates, Sec'y. CTOATERNITY LODGE. No. 262, F. and A. M.- J? Regular meetings Wednesday, before the llrst full moon in each month. Special meetings for work until furthernotice on each Wednesday svening at 7 1-2 o'clock at Masonic Hall on South Main street, Ann Arbor. W. D. HARRIMAN, YT. M. W. F. Stimson, Sec'y.