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Day
8
Month
January
Year
1891
Copyright
Public Domain
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If you intend buying a sewing machine in the next six months, a Domestic, White, Davis, or New Home, leave your order with J. F. Schuh on the new plan. Prices cut down to almost nothing. You cay pay $1.00 per week and get a brand new machine at from $2.00 to $31.00. Cali at once and get a good machine cheap. 0 Children Cryfor Pitcher's Castoria. GRAND-OPERA-HOUSE! -beíThurA Tale of the Christ, GIVKN BY THB I ADÍES' I 1BRARY ASSOCIATION on the Evenings of January I 5th and I 6th. The Entertainment will consi6t of eeveral SPLENDID TABLEAUX! From BEN HUR. Gen. Lew Wallace's Great .Novel. THE SCENERY, COSTUilES and ADORNMENTS ARE OP Unsurpassed Splendor ! y-Thiswill be the Finest Entertainment o the Season. líe sure to attend. Prices- Adnlts, SOe; Children, 25c. Tickets may be secured at the Postoffice News Stand. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. ANN ARBOR. One Night Ünly. Saturday, Eve Jan. 10. Tlie grealcst novelty in the comedy uorld. "OLE OLSON" A play in the Swedish Dialect. Don't faü to see the "SWEDE MAN" who haf bañe en dees kontry wan yare femt mont and ei x wake and he hab yust yumpcd nis yob with Yonny Yon son." Supnorted by such artists as fins. J. Heegre, of Peck's Bad Boy fame; Kobert i. Neoit. formerly wilh Mugg's Landing! M iiry Heatly, who started last season in "Grandpa Grey:1' A. W. Fremont. the successful star of "777" last summer, Helle Barron, last year with Madame Janauscheek. Prices, ... 33, 50 and 75c. Seats at P. O. News Stand. s Oh UJ O 8 Ti " 8 ÍS' O ags M H 15

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