IT ILL'S OPERA HOUSE. 11. R. IIILL, - - - MANiurn. ONF. NJGHT ONI.Y! BATUKDAY EVENING, MAY 30. Domavins Famous Tenínesskeans ! Thirty-seven Consecutive Concerts ia Chicago. The (Sreat Lion Basso is with them. ïhe Original Shouting Tenor is with them. This is the most famous COLORED CONCERT COMPANY ! Travelling. It has just finished the most sucoessful concert season ever given in Chicago, liuving giveu THIRTY-SKYEN consecutive concerts. No eompauy of aiiy kind has ever even approaehed this wonderful engagement. They sing the Plantation Melodiea as no otlier organization eau. They are not reflned down to elassieal eoldness, but give the old songs with all the warmth, ïntensiiy and pecutiarities wuieh eharaoterized their peoplc in the days of slavery. The cabin, the Wass meeting, and tho canij) meeting songs are incomparable, üui ing the evenlog tliey will render STHA.USS BLVK DA y L BI'., s they alone can bing it. A oiiission S.5 and 50 cents. No extra charge f or reserved seats now on sale at Watts Bros.' Jewelrj' store. F. & A. M. ANN ARBOR COMMANDKEÏ NO. 13 K. T. Regular (Jontlave held the rirst Tuesday evening of each month at the Asylum, in Manóme Hall. at eight o'clock. W. i). IUkriman, E. C, W. A. Tolchaud, Recorder. AflHTENAW CHAPTEM, No. 8, K. A. M.Begulal' convocatiou at Masonic Hall on Houday evonlngs on or preceding each full iiiooii. VlsLttng oonipanlona will be cordially tt-elcomed. Wii, (. DOTY, H. P. ALuErtï Soim, Sec'y. GOLDEN RULE LOBtJE No. 160, F. & A. M. Regular meetings at Maeonic Hall, Thurs■iv eveoinsa onorbeïorè the full of the moon. " DEW1TT C. f ALL, W. 11 N. D. Gates, Sec'y. Í-vüATERsrry lodge. Ko.asa, f. andA. m.- 1 Regular meetings Wednesday, befoie the tirst full moon in each month. Special meetings "or work until furthernotice on each Wednesday evening at 7 1-i o'clock at Masonic Hall on tiouth Main Btteet, A Arborfa M W. F. Stimson, Sec'j'.