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TTIIX'S OrERA HOUSE. HON. SCHUYLEK COLFAX WiU delive r nis faniouü lecture on OUR MARTYRED PRESIDE NT8. WEDNESDAY EVBNING, MARCH 8. ADMISSION 50 and 25 cent. No eitra charge lor reserved seats now on sale at Watts Bros.' Jewelry store. TTILLS' OPERA HOUSE. ONE NIQHT OKLT. SATURDAY EVKNING, MARCH 4, 1888, The Madison Square Theatre company, in the picturesque comedy-drama, ' 'H A.ZEL KIRKE." Under the ausplces of the New York Madison Square Theatre Management. THE LONGEST RUN ON RECORD. Presented over 1,500 consecutivo times. 486 representations at the Madison Square Theatre, Jlew York. TBK DRAMATIC EPISODE or THE CENTl'RY '. Delighted Audiences Everywhere ! Altérnate Taars and Laughter ! Superb Metropolitan cast I Brilliant Ovations ! Will be produced here with the same Magnificent Scenery and Attention to Details that characterized the production in New York. HAZEL KIRKE GOEB HOUK TO EVEBT HEART. PRICES OF ADMISSION: Parquetteand flrst row in Parquette Circle 75.cts Parquette Circle 60 ets. Gallery 25 ets. No extra charge f or reserved seats, nw on sal nt Watts Bros. ' Jewelry Store. F. A A. M. ANN AKBOK COMMANDERV NO. 13 K. T. Regular Conclave held the first Tuesday evening of each month at the Asylum, in Masonio HaU. at eight o'clock. ZINA P. JUNO, E. C, JOHN KAPP. Recorder. WASHTENAW CHAPTEK, No. 6, B. A. M.- Regular convocation at Masonic Hall on Monday evenings on or preceding each full moon. Visiting comnanions will be cordially waícomed. Wil. G. DOTY, H. T. Albeiit Soro, Sec'yGOLDEN RULE LODUENo. 15!), F. & A. M. Regular meetings at Masonic Hall, ThursLlav evenings ou or before the full of the moon. DEWITT C. FALL, W. M. N. D. Gates, Sec'y. I7RATERNITY LODGE. No. 268, F. and A. M.- JD Regular meeting Wednesday, before the Hrst íull moon in each month. Special meetings !or wort until f urther notice on each Wednesday STening at 7 1-2 o'clock at Masonic Hall on South Main street, Ann Arbor. W. D. IIARRIMAN, W. M. W. F. Stimson, Sec'y.


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