ornjixLriruTnJTJTJUiiuxruTJTJxrLrLrLrLr uxrfi Otis Skinner n "Prince Rudolph." The story told iu "Prinoe Rudolph," a uew romantio oomedy whiob Otis Skinner will present at tbe Athens, Tuesday next, Feb. 15, is a mos' 'nteresting one. It is taken froui R bert Louis SteveDson's cbarining Mory, "Prinoe Otto," and while tlie autbor bas made more of a dratuutio perversión tlian a free adaptation of tbe buok, many of the oharaoters wil] be iustautly reoognized. It is said that in "Friuoe Budolpb" Mr. Skinner has at last fonnd a oharacter and a play wbich are extrernely well suited to his needs and whioh will please the theater going public rnightily. Mr. Skinner expeots to pnt "Prinoe Rudoph" npon the stage in a very careful marnier, both as regards soenery and oostumes. The dresses are ceitaioly exquisite, beiag of the pictnresque empire period.