'ine Uonried Opera Compnny will nppi n at the (r.uitl Opera House Wcdnesday evening, Dec. 7, in Joliunn Strauss' Iatc8t and most brilliant success, "The Gypsy Baron," the best work of the autlior of "The Merry War," "Qneen's Lace Ilatidkercliief,'' and "Priuce Metlnisalem.'' The opera Is dlvlded Into three nct, al), by the way, sumpluously placed upon the stage; the flrst, llie ezlgnoy or gypsy encanipinent, then a rulued ensile near the rlver Temes, and flnally, aHoeive ia the ouuklrts of VIenna; where tile Hungarinn troops are seen icturiiiug in triurnph from the war. Incidental to tbe last act is a grand marcli by 49 sliapely female hnssars. whlcli has ncelved hlli enconlums from noted offloers of the tiational guard. The costumes were made from a design by Gaul, the hlstorlcal palnter of the Imperial opera house In Vlenna. Muslcally "The Oypsy Baron'1 is amoo the most beautiful of tt.e works of the Vienna waltz klng. The opera will be produced witli the original BceDery and costumes, and same regard to detail, as orlginnlly produced In New York lorl'Ji nlghts. Jullus Schnltzer, who wrote the libretto for "The Gypsy Baron,'1 based the Incident upon a novel by Jokay, the famous Hunfcarlan poet, and tells a romantic story, hli'iiih'd wlth humor, of the llfe of the Majgar gypsy of the last centnry .