Amuseraents. The patrons of the Grand Opera House will have a rare treat on Saturday evening next in witnessing the celebrated farce comedy in three acts entitled " Out Irish Neignbors," which has come direct froui New York, to give the citizens of Ann Arbor what is termed a New York production. The piece is frorn tlie pen of Mr. Ütis Shattock who has for several seasons past been under contract with such well known rlrms as Hoyt and Thomsalso, Mark Murpliy and Saiii J. Ryan and others as equaly well known in'the theatrical profession. Mr. Shattock is himself one of America's most versatile actors in the lines of character, having protrayed Irish, Dutch, Negro and in f act as interpreted almost every nationality in dialect. Therefore we should expect a good piece. The company, which is an all stars, number eight acting people among whom are the well known Irish Comedians, Murday and Mack, Miss Dorothy Holliday who last season scored a hit in A. M. Palmer's New York Company, playing Mrs. Agnes Booth's part in the world renowned " Alabama," also Miss Loraine Lawrence, who about six weeks ago made the hit in Katie Emmet's new piece " Killarney," which was produced at the Star Theater, New York City, also Miss Estella Yon Leer, the charming Spanish dancer, late of Koster and Bials. Mrs. Amanda Patsley For many yeais an esteemed commnnicant of Trinity Episcopal church, Newburgh, N. Y., always says Xhank Yon to Hood's Sarsaparilki. Bhe sufferedior years irom Eczemo and Scrofula sores on lier faoe, liead and ear3, making lier deaf nearly a year, and affecting lier sighi. To the surprise oL lier friends Hood's Sarsapariila Ha3 effected a cure and sho can now hear and seeaswellaaever. For full particulars of her case send to C. I. Koon & Co., Lowell, Mass. HOOD'S PILLO aro hand made, and are per. iect ín condition, proportion and arpearanco.