"777' a nielo-drama of the modern sensational school, written by J. D. Clifton, will oooupy tbe Grand opera house, Wednesday evening of nest week, Jan. 12. Mr A. W. Fremont wtoo won s.o mnch praise tbrougbout the country for bis portrayal of the bero, is said to be au actor of original metbods, excellent stage presence, and possessing a voice as olear and as musical as the deep toned bell of Trinity chimes. The Bupporting company is of unusual excellence and inclndes Miss Ada Van Etta, an actress well known to our local amusement goers. The story of the play is ratber original in theme and hinges upon couvict No. 777, being wrongfully accused of a crime and oonvicted on tbe testimouy of bis sweetbeart, the girl haviug been duped by the desiguing villnin. lívery act culminatea in striking climaxes, laughable comedy drama and genuino flashes of wit and repartee, aud despite its sensatioual character, is a play tnat is ïmioh enjoyed. ., The scenic elemeuts are above tbe average, sbowing a cottou plantation in far away Louisiaua, the Baton Rouge prison in its beüutiful moonlight effaots and the La Rosa club rooms, one of New Yoik's most famons gambliug honses.