Otis Skinner and his excellent eompany presented "Hamlet" last Monday evening at the Grand Opera house, to the complete satisfaction of the large audience present. Mr. Skinner is te day one of the leading artists ou th American stage. His conception ot "Hamlet" is distinctly his ovfa, and h presented one of the strongest poi trayals of this character ever seen in this city. His support was good throughout, Miss Maude Durbin, as Ophelia, being especially strong. Mr. Skinner was called before the curtain twice, and the second time responded with a very happy little speech, complimenting the audience on their reception of the work.