#• P R O G R AM M E
Vol 4.—No. 30.
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., MARCH 22—29, 1886-
We take pleasure in announcing
to the public the reopening of Pence
opera House under 1 ur new management, which will conduct it on a
new and practical plan, enabling us
to present the best dramatic productions at a cheaper price of admission than any other first class
theatre in the Northwest. The
prices bong reduced- to 10, 20 and
joe. thus placing wiVhin the easy
reach of everybody the possibility of
enjoying strictly first class theatrical
performances on conditions easily
afforded. It is further our intention
two give two performances each
day making it especially convenient
for ladies and children to attend
and trusting that our lsberal in-
ducemeuts will be equally responded to by an equally liberal patronage from the public, we feel certain
of making Pence Opera House one
of the principal plersure resorts of
Lessee and Manager.
Hennepin Ave. & Second Street,
B. A. ROSE, -
W. C. MARSHALL,
P, GELLERUR:,' -
Leader of Orchestra.
lanager of .Programme.
SUNDAY MORNING HERALD,
In Jarrett & Palmer's KTew London Version tit
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
In Five Acts, with their
Great bt. Bernard Dogs,
Sultan, Caesar § Monarch.
OXTE WEEK 01TX/2\
PRICES OF ADMISSION,
Parquette - 30.
Dress Circle, - - - 20.
Balcony Circle, - lO.
Matinee Every Day at 2 p. in.
Genuine Vermont Maple Sugar.
SAMSOiVS Boston Chips, lis Nicoiie, ave.
WAEN LUICE EMMl EVENING.
Standard Steam Laundry
For FIXE Work.
105 Third St. X. One block X. of P.O.
THEATRICAL WORK A SPELIALTY.
Next door to
Hennepin Avenue entrance for
And Lunches of All Kinds,
FINE WINES LIQUORS