MASOMC DIRECTORY. Ann Arbor CoMMANDKRr, No. 13- Meets flrsi Tui-ídayof eacb month. W. W. Xichols. E. C! . A. Tolchard, Recorder. Wasbtenaw Cbaptsk, No. 6, R. A. Ji- Meets flrst Monday of each mcntfi. C. E. Hlseock. H. 1'.; Z. Koath. Becietary, MICHIUAN CENTRAL. TRAINS EAST: Vlail '133P m lay Express ' 3U I " New York and Limited Expres 9 45 p. m Atlantic Express 45Sa-m Night Express b 08 a. m Qrand Hapids and Detroit Express . . 10 a a. m TKA1NS TOT: Mail 8!fia. m DayExpress 1025a.m Chicago Express 88Sp. m Grand Rapids and Kalainazoo Express 5 80 p, m EvBning Express BWp. m Pacidc Exp-ess 10 SH p. m The New York and Limited. Atlantic, and Night Express trains east, and the Chicago. Evening, and Paciflc Express trains west, run svery day in the week, Sundays included. TOLEDO ASD ANN ARBOR. TRAINS NORTH. Express Passenger . 5:10 p. m Passenger IO:US p. m Mail Pass 'nerer 7:13 a. m Local t'reight 10:2J a. m TBAIN5 SOUTH. Express Passenger 7:13 a. m Passenger 11:80a. m Mail Passenger 9:30 p. in Local Freight Il:59p.m A passenger train leavos this city fur bouth Lyon at 10:30 p. m., returnint arrivés bere at T:13 a. in. AMÜSEMEXTS. THE GRAND OPERA HOUSE Saturday Evening April 23, 1887. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTBAOEDIN'ARÏ. Special Engagement witu the greatest of all Oomediuns, MR. J. K. EMMET, In the revival of his olil, his firet OURCERMAN COUSIN. Pronounced by the presa aud publio to pos8es8 more humau interest thau any drama he has appc-ared in. During the play Mr. Emmet will introduce the followinsr new songs and dances composed by him : "The Mistletoe," "Down by the Old Greeu Lane," "True Dog, I Love Thee," " The Easramuffia's Lullaby," " He Is Winking on Me," "Scneihder Hoiv You Vas?" 'The B,iby Army," introducing his celebrated silver drum. The costnmes were purchased by Mr. Eramet from the Peasauts of Gerrnany during his recent visit to Holland. Admission, 50, 75, and $1.00 No extra charge for reserved seats now en sale at üeo Wahr's Bookstore.