On Janunry 5th the somewliat Rimillar but iihvuys attractive Uncle Tom's Cabin will hold fortli at the opera house. Of tliis troupe the Daily Cal], of Lincoln, Neb., December 26t.li says : "A erowded house greeted Sutton's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" coinpany last nlght in spite of the snow. An excellent performance was given without a drag or wail throuhjt out, the interval between the acts bein? well filled np with several vcry merltoriousspecialtles, araong whlcli LittleMaud's dancing isepeeially cominenilable. The drama itself is rendcied interestiDg hy the careful and stu'iied action of Robert Tasker as Uncle Torn, who the best we liave seen at the People's. The Mnrks are good, and between tbein and the two mlschievous Tupsics, the humor of the piece sails pleasantly along.'' The Sloux City (Ia.) Journal suya of Sutton's Uncle Torn s Cabln troupe, which is to be at the opera house next Monday evening: " Much the largest house of the season gathered at the Academy last night to witness Uncls Tom'd Cabin bv the Sutton coninanv. The audience thoroughly enjoyed the entertainment. The little child that (Wed ui between acts willi songs and il s was ptobably the most finis'ied p rformer in the company. The ease with whicli she pertbrms diflicult movements and the excellent time observed is little short of tuut vi'lmu in one so younjr. The ilogs are t-xsellent spreimens and peifoimed their part welL They were deserving of an encoré."