On Monday, March 31, Schiller's "Die Rauber" will be performed at the Turn-Halle on Middlesex street, Boston, for the benefit of the Germanic Museum. The box-office will open at 7 o'clock and the play will begin at 7.45 o'clock. Tickets may be had at the following places: C. A. Kohler & Co., 1490 Tremont street; Fabery's Drug Store, 272 Tremont street; M. Dean's, 1186 Columbus avenue; 29 Middlesex street.
Play for Germanic Museum.
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