Next Tuesday evening McNish; Kaniza & Arno's minstrels appear at the grand opera house. Of them the Toledo Bee of August 16th says: McNish, llamza & Arno's Minstrels entertained a large audience rightroyally at Wheeler's last evemng The performance was conspicuous for the absence of those ancient jokes, horse plnvs and chestnut gags which the modern minstrel troupes seemed licwised to inflict on. the public. VVhat vvith the delicious luimorof -Lew Henediet and Frank McNish, the marvelons dancing of the Krvers, and the pantomimic antics of Ramza and Arno it, was a ielightful star performance. The laugliable eomedy-farce, "üverrun with Cranks," concluded a program that was an amusing as it was clever. An entertainihg burlesque of the France Sullivau-Mitchel flsht brought down the house. McNish and Benedict ai e the monarch of rainstrelsy.They are to it wliat Booth and Jiarrett are to tragedv or Jefferson and Nat Goodwin to comedy.