The Hamiltou Spectator of November 20th says: "Guy Brothers' Miustrels, bigger and better thati ever, appeared at the Grand opera house last night before a fair sized andienoe of delighted people. The old minstrel first part was there with a new setting presenting a bunting scène. With the new settiug oame a fair sbare of new jokes from the end men, mixed in with Rome not so new, and some songs whioh, tbongh they were not all fresh frotn tbe braius of composers and writers, vs ere so well snng as to be enoore prodnoiug featnres. Tbe qnartet singing was partioularly eifective. , Guy Bros.' Minstrels are wel] and favorably known in Ann Arbor and will be at the Athens Theater thjis evening. "A. Southern Gentleman. Clay Clement iu bis new play, will play a oharacter vvbolly unlike his charming Baron Hoehnsatuffen in "The New Dominion." Tbe new play is "A Southern Gentleman," and while ifr occurs in war times, it is not a war story, bu.t one of love. Mr. Olement's character is that of a southern gentleman of tbe cbivalrous old school, in whioh his quiet, intense and artistic methods are ínott satisfying. At the Athens Theater next Monday, Dec. 13. The "Isle of Champagne" opera oompany will again play at the opera house Monday, Deo. 20.