TTILLS' OPEEA HOUSE. ONE NIQHT ONLY. THUESDAY, FEBEUAEY 28, '8S. Farewell appearances of the famuus familiar favorites, hatkrly's sif MASÏODON MIN8TRELS "The Applause! Delishtl The Wonder of our Stage 1" J. H. HAVEELY, - - - Proprietor. KIT l'I.AKKE, Manager. THE FOREMOST FORTY! New and Funny Features in our L&test and Greatest Programme. W The World's Greatest Coterie of Minstrel Talent. _g Admission 60, and 75 cents. No extra charge for rcaerved seats now on sal at Watts Bros.' Jewelry store. TTILL'S OPERA. HOUSE. H. R. HILL - - - Minauki, ONI NIOHT ONLYI 1IONDAY, FKBRUARY 7, 1882. The Faihionable Ereut of the Seaou , First appiarance in thig city of the Great French Artiste, M ' L L E H H E A ! Supported by J. NEWTON GOTTHOLD, And her Superb Dramatic Company in Scribe's Beautiful Drama, entitled, "ADRIENNE." ADMISSION $1, 75, and 50 cents. No extra charge f or reserred seats, nw on sala at Watts Bros. ' Jewelry Store. The Performance will be given in the Kn%'Bh language. F. A A. M. ANN ARBOR COMMANDERY NO. 13 K. T. Regular Conclave held the flrst Tuesday evening of each month at the Asylum, in Masonic Hall, at eight o'clock. ZINA P. KING, E. C, JOHN KAPP, Recorder. WASHTENAW CHAPTEK, No. 6, R. A. M.- Regular convocation at Masonic Hall on Monday evenings on or preceding each full moon. Visiting companious will be cordially welcomed. WM, Q. DOTY, H. P. Albbat Sorg, Sec 'y. GOLDEN RULE LODUE No. 159, F. & A. M. Regular meetings at Masonic Hall, Thursiay evenings on or before the (uil of the moon. DEWITT C. FALL, W. M. N. D. Gates, Sec'y. J7RATERNITY LODGE. No. 262, F. and A. M.- .T Regular meetings Wednesday, before the lirat full moon in each moath. Special meetings for work until f urther notice on each Wednesday avening at 7 1 ü o'clock at Masonic Hall on South Main street, Ann Arbor. W. D. HARRIMAN, W. M. W. F. Stihson, Sec'y.