There probably liever was a plav written which could reasonably be espeoted to please everyoue, but "The Wyorning Mail," which comes to the Grand opera house, ou Tuesday evening next, should come near to the satisfaction of the average audience as anythiug now before the public. Those who love to look upon scènes of pastoral beauty will take great delight in the pictures presented in this play. Those who care to witness a performance of a wholesome sort, with a story and a moral, will find it in "The Wyoming Mail." Those who like, by way of variety, climaxes of stirring quality, will be satisfied. Above all the acting company of "The Wyoming Mail" is capable throughout, both in its acting and specialty features. "Babe,"the beautiful little pony who performs with human intelligeace, is a feature of this production. The company includes Dixon, Boyers and Dixon, wbo have a national reputation in the clever knockabout act given by them.