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EUREKA DAILY SENTINEL.
SATURDAY, APRIL IO, 1S7S. AREMTS. W. R. WILSON.vv”Pi°9!>? DOCTOR C. SHULZE.Ruby Hill W. R. GRIFFIN.PnliMule A. M. HORNE......Austin T. STARR..-..Hamilton MYRON ANGEL,No. 41154 California street. Room 15, is Sola Agent for the Eureka Daily Skxtiskl in San Kancisco. Persons in tnat eity haring business with this office are re quested to communicate with him ALF. CHARTS is authorised to receive sub scription* for the Siwtiwsi. and collect for the same in this town. All persons in Eu reka owing for subscriptions will make payment to him. THE CAUSE. The Ingenuity of the Enterprise in Inventing causes for the Republican defeat is wonderful. It is never at a loss for a reason, but it never by any accident stumbles upon the right one. For instance: it attributes the deteat of Genera] Hawley, the Republican can didate for re-election to Congress in the First district in Connecticut to his opposition to the Southern policy of the Administration, and infers that the result is Indicative of the fact that his constituents do not indorse that oppo sition. Had Ueneml Hawley run against a member or his own party and a supporter of Grant’s Southern policy, such an inference might rea sonably have been drawn; but when it is remembered that his Democratic op ponent was equally strong, if not stronger, in bis .opposition to that, as well as to nearly every other branch of the Administration’s policy, the ab surdity of the reason is apparent. The Virginia Chronicle comes nearer the mark and furnishes at least a partial explanation of the course when it says: “ General Hawley has bitterly opposed 'the revolutionary schemes of Grant, notably the Force bill, third-term pm* tension and the Louisiana usurpation, and for this the word went out from the White House that he must be de feated at all hazards. Every postofflce clerk and every parasite of the public crib in Hartfort was at once set to work against him. This influence, act ing as an auxiliary to the efforts or those who were determined to beat the Republican candidate anyhow, is what dtdthe business." The five hundred majority against General Hawley, how ever, is mainly attributable to the ac tion of the Republican State Conven tion, which was notoriously controlled and managed in the interest of the Ad ministration, indorsing by resolution its every set, maintaining a studied retloence upon the third-terra question and nominating a ticket principally composed of avowed supporters of the • Presidential policy. Had the Republi cans of Connecticut followed the ex ample of their brethren in New Hamp shire and made their fight upon the legitimate, principles of their party f without attempting to pack the deau weight of the Administration’s sins and blunders, the Democratic majori ty would have been materially less ened, if not entirely overcome in the Nutmeg State, and a Democrat would not have been elected to represent in Congress the people of a largely Re publican district. But General Haw ley, like poor Tray, was found In bad company and suffered in oousequence. THE BLACK HILLS EXCITE*EXT. There appears to he, in the East, a desire upon the part of certain inter ests , to produce a gold excitement and and consequent rush to the Blaok Hills oountry. We have received a number of circulars, hand bills and Eastern papers with marked passages relating to the wonderful disooverles in the new Dora do, and everything tends to indicate that a systematised effort is being made to induce emigration to that sec tion. A great noise has been made in relation to the news brought back by tbs Owens brothers, who were report ad to have spent several months at the diggings and who gave the most mar velous acoounts of their richness. By our dispatches to-day, it appears that the Owens brothers were engaged in trapping daring the entire soason and have never been near the mines. Doubtless other accounts are equally unreliable, and it will be well for per sons who ere thinking of leaving for the new excitement to consider a little before making a move in tiiat direc tion. The aooounts from there, thus for, arc vague and indefinite, and noth ing reliable baa been published that will justify the excitement wbiob pre vails In the North Western States. In addition to this the Government is de termined to prevent emigration into the country^ which has been set apart as an Indian reservation, until a treaty has been effected with the owners, and the expeditions fitting out for the mw mines will not be permitted to en ter the territory until a settlement is effseted with the Indians by the Gov ernment. Taking everything into con sideration, Blaok Hills stock is not e "good buy” at present. Trie said that many Tiprerary wo men, daring the late John M ilcbel's •anvaas, made a pledge that they would never walk wHh, talk with, ooofc for, Wash for, oourt, marry or countenance, any man who rafosed to vote for John Mttebel.’ No wonder be was sleeted, if this statement be true. Danger to the Fifteenth amend- ) I ment.—The Supremo Couj . ol to United States, in the case of “Miner against Hoppensatt,” hold that the Constitution of the United States does not confer the right of suffrage upon anyone, and that the provisions in State constitutions, reserving the right to men, are not necessarily void. The decision, in snl»stance, is to the effect that the States possess the right to specify the qualifications of voters within their borders when not in con flict with the recent amendments, which forbid the right to vote being withheld for certain specific reasons, among others that of color. As noth ing is said about the texture of the hair, length of heel, altitude of cheek bones or thickness of lips, we are fear ful that the intent and purpose of the Fifteenth Amendment will be knocked into smithereens by the Democratic States, which may be encouraged, un der this decision, to amend their con stitutions so as to exclude Sambo by other physical distinctions than that of color. Will the Enterprise quiet our fears by explaining how the danger is to be avoided. K •—' Paper Cheating.—It is said that the grocers of Paris have been in the habit of using a peculiar kind of paper in which to wrap their goods, a paper much heavier than that formerly used. This paper is put into the scales first, and the goods placed upon it; so that they will sell the paper as part of the goods at a profit of several hundred per cent. The police have detected this fraud and put a stop to it. At least parties are arrested who are de tected using this kind of paper. ■ — ■ »-♦» — Prefers that Route.—President Grant has Accepted an invitation to at tend the centennial celebration of the battles of Lexington nnd Concord, which will be held at the latter town on the 19th of April. He lias expressed a desire to ride over the rbad over which the British regulars inarched on that memorable day, nearly a hun dred years ago.—Exchange. In our boyhood days, upon that road, atmut half way between Lexing ton and Concord, was a noted hostelry known as “Viles’ Tavern,” renowned for the superior quality of its liquid re freshments. We presume, from the above paragraph, that it’s there yet. ■TEALIIHM. Mr. Hardy, the superintendent of the Brunswick mill, at Empire City, makes a statement in Tuesday’s Enter prise, giving his version of the trouble at the mill. Mr. Hardy says lie lias been much misrepresented in the pa pers; has been made to appear as a man utterly heartless and wantonly cruel, as it was made to appear that he had discharged a man for ettending the funeral of his own child. He said that trouble had been brewing in the mill and rings had been formed to drive him out long before, and what occurred at the time of the funeral of the child was only made an excuse lor the trouble which followed. He says that previous to the affair of last Fri day a ring was formed against him by tiie men in the pan room; that the men were running the mill in such a way that they were not crushing as much ore by ten or fifteen tons per twenty-four hours as should have lt«en pul through the mil*. They did this by over feeding the batteries, by hanging up stamps, by allowing the sand sluices to clog up, and by man aging to have something out of order and going wrong all the time. They had determined that he should noUmu ceed and that they would worry him out of the mill. He denies that he discharged Mr. Hickey for attending the funeral of his child, and asserts that the assault was llrst made by Mr. Hickey. A man named Van Cleet, who was working on a wood flume near Hufia-1 ker’s, in Washoe county, last Wednes day, fell from a bent eighteen feet high, striking with his face another bent, which was being raised, breaking his nose and causing the blood to ooze from his eyes and ears. It will be a long time before he recovers. A young daughter of Wm. Pomln, proprietor of the Tahoe House, the Hrst child born at the lake, has been named Taboe, in honor of the event. The child is eleven years of age, is a splendid singer ana an accomplished oarswoinan, beingapparenily as much at home on the water as on the laud. Messrs Fairbanks and Negus have undertaken to reclaim atraot ol swamp land, between Tule and the Badger rauch, on the Humboldt river, by building a levee a mile in length and from two to six feet high. They in teud to plant 2,800 acres in alfalfa. The Democrats of Virginia are or gauzing for the coming municipal election which comes oft on the first Monday in May. A meeting of the unterrifled has been called for this evening at Miuers’ Union Hall. George Jeffreys had the third finger of tils left had bitten off at the first joint by William Kelly, in a fight In a saloon on the Divide tmtween Virginia and Gold Hill, last Wednesday morn ing. The supply of coal is exhausted in Virginia City and the people have been obliged to fall back on wood, which is principally supplied by Chi namen. The Beard of Aldermen of Virginia City has passed an mdinance placing a city license upon banking games. The trial of John H. 8kewers, for the murder or Alfred Kule, is pro gressing at Virginia City. The total tax levied for the current year at Pioohe is $4 20 on each $100 worth of taxable property. A niece of Boss Tweel is principal of the public school at iienoa, in this (Mate. c x -* Sixteen care, filled with emigrants from the East, bound tor California, passed Winnetnuoca last Wednesday. The peopir >>r silvi* City are organ ising a Hook and Ladder Company. EASTERN DISPATCHES. T A YO£f ** By Overland Telegraph. [SPECIAL TO THE DAILY SENTINEL.] War Between the Panama and Union Pacific Hall Interests— Cardinal MeClosky. New York, April 8. The Tribune says a bitter war has been Inaugurated between the Pana ma railway and the Union Pacific and Pacific Mail interests. Yesterday CountMareoskey fulfilled the mission intrusted to him b.v the Pope, of announcing to Archbishop McClosky his elevation to the Cardin ate. A number of tlie clergy and laity were invited to wit ness the ceremony, including tlie Right Rev. Bishop Mc Closky, of Louisville. Washington, April 9. There is no dis|H>sition on the part of the members of the Administration party to deny that the result of the Connecticut election Is a very great surprise and entirely different from what they expected. The reports from that State up to yesterday were of the most encoui. -ing character, and the election of Hep. Bsentalives Kellog aiid Hawley was considered a certainty. The defeat of the latfer is severely felt and is a cause of regret to all Repub licans. liny* Hot Been to the Black llllla. Chicago, April 9. Dispatches from Sioux City statethat the report from Yankton of the return there of the Owen brothers front the Black Hills, with gold, is untrue: that the Owen brothers, who are trappers, have never been to the Black Hills at all. Harder and nnlelde. Philadelphia, April 8. Louis R. Sage, of 1,037 Afton street, last night killed his wife and fatally stabbed himself. . The Troubles In the Coal Hines— Military Movements. Mauch Chunk, Pa., April 8. About twenty special policemen went on the Ijoliigh Valley Railroad train as far as Bockerton, where they were ordered oft. There are a few still in town; tlie rest are supposed to be Walking toward Philadelphia. Harrisburg, Pa., April 8. General Osborne, at Ha/.elton, re ports the arrival of troops, including a battery of heavy artillery. Stores and ammunition have been forwarded. Hon. Mr. Finch, of Ilazelton, having telegraphed Governor JIartrantt that there is not a word of truth in the re port of the situation, no incendiaries, personal violence or demonstrations, the Governor telegraphed him losatis fythesheritfofihese things and the troops would he withdrawn.- The Governor added: “It may as well be understood at once that the sheriff w ill be supported with all the power of the State to protect life and property and enfoive obedience to the laws; and or der must and shall be restored, cost what it may.” ChM. A. liana’s Case. Nkw York, April 9. An argument took place to day in the United States Court on the habeas corpus writ obtained by Charles A. Dana to prevent him being carried to Washington as a witness in the Crim inal Court there. Bartlett, one of the eoun^el for Dana, after handing his points to the Judge and lielore he be gan his argilinent, read the subpoena calling upon Dana to appear before the Criminal Court on the 29th of March to testify on behalf of the United Slates. It does not state in what year Dana is to appear before the Court. One view of it is that he may appear on the 29th of March in any year he sees fit, and he has selected the 29th of March succeeding the 4th of March after our next presidential election, as he thinks by that time the malaria of the climate may have been removed. The President — Federal Appoint ment. Washington. April 8. The President will leave on Friday for Massachusetts to attend the Cen tennial celebration of the battle of Con cord on the 19th Inst. The President lias signed tlie com mission of Roliert W. Healy to lie United States Marshal for the South ern district of Alabama, in place of Jerome J. Hinds. Six-Mlllien Knit Against Tweed. Nkw York, April ». Notice of an action has been given in the new six-million suit against Win. M. Tweed. Tlie list of property at tached embraces everything known to be in possession of Tweed at tlie time of tlie exposure and which he passed into the bands of others. More Trouble Iter the Union Pacific Kallroad. Chicago, April9. A Washington special says tlie Union Pacific Railroad Company is likely to soon have auolher serious subject to consider. There is little doubt that the Attorney General is examining the law to Ascertain whether the Government can enjoin the payment of dividends by the* company to the stockholders, as has been announced they wlil soon do. It is maintained that the first duty of the Union Pacific Company after the payment of interest on the first mortgage is to look after the second mortgage. Treasurer Wilson is understood to have been advised that tlie Govern ment has sent instructions to its con suls to summon for the last time, French subjects abroad liable to inilita ryservice,to have their names registered at the Consulates. I Fourteen officers who ataindoned Don Carlos have arrived at Biarritz. The Carlists have tried to atop them at the frontier. It is said General Elia baa given In adhesion to Alfonso. Tlie Beecher Trlnl — Htr.ke Among the * Longshoremen-Jehu Mitch el. Nkw York, April 9. Owing to the illness of Mr. Beach, the Tllton-Beecher case was adjourned this morning till Monday next. The strike of the ’longshoremen has became general to-day. Stevedores say .that ho strikers will be re-em ployed. All Idea of a parade here in hpnor of John Mltchel has been abandoned. There will, sliuply be a funeral oration by Tlios. Clark Lubyand a testimonial for Mitcbel’s l'ainlly. Hab|»iY, n New Brunswick, April 9. Michael Sullivan was banged this morning for the murder of Daniel Tal maceat Metuclien. Ueueral Strike. Pottsvillk, Pa., April 9. Reliable advices from Sloamken state that all miners .<» that region, ex cept a few at one mine, are on a strike. FOREIGN NEWS. Berlin, April 7.. It is reported that tbe Government intends to prosecute German subscrib ers to the Carl i«t tund for the loment iug of a rebellion against a frietidily power. Shanghai, April 7. The widow of the late Kmperor of China died on the 27th of March. PACIFIC COAST DISPATCHES raon California. Farther Particulars of the Explo sion at KIsJoii’s Psmler Works. San Francisco. April 9. It has now lieen ascertained that the exfilosiou which caused the late disas trous tire was occasioned by a spark from the pipe, which Clark, Kisdon's foreman, was smoking w hile filling a cartridge, falling on a can of pjw der. Geo. Green, a blacksmith, for merly in Kisdon’s employ, was in the office at the lime with Clark and a man named Curran, employed as boatman, to carry cartridges to Rincon Hock. When the spark fell into the powder it blazed up and Clark attempt ed to put it out, while Green ran out, and when about 50 feet from the build ing the explosion took place. The man Curran lias not been seen since the explosion, and the question now is whether the charred laaly found on the site of Kisdon's office Wednesday afternoon was that of Curran or Clark. The wounded at St. Mary’s Hospital are doing as well as could be expected, although it is thought several of them will die. An inquest will be opened by the Coroner to-day. The Board of Fire Underwriters will meet to-day for the purpose of obtaining informa tion in regard to the matter of water supply in tliu lower part of the city. rue Mie explosion—jiur.ierer sen teucetl—Haring Matters. Mam Fkakcisco, April 9. A man named Fane Brajman, who was standing beside a building in which the late explosion occurred, at tlie time of the accident, lias not l>eeii seen since, lie is supprsud to l>e liur ied in the ruins. Mo tar, eight deaths are known to have occurred. Inquests are being held this evening. Maguire, tlie wife-murderer, was to day sentenced to 18 years in the peni tentiary. The Pacific Jockey Club, at their meeting next November, will put up a purse of $30,000 for a tour-mile and re peat race, open to all tlie world. Nuleiile In Carson. Caichon, April 9. Last night two strangers registered their names at tlie Muller House, in this city. They were assigned a room together. Before retiring one of tlie parties, named Higgins, took a vial Irom iiis pocket and drank tlie con tents. The other inquired what the bottle contained, and was told that it was salts. Shortly after retiring Hig gins’ partner heard groan* and heavy sigh*, and fearing that all was not right, lit u candle, when he found Hig gins dying. Alarm was given, and Dr. Davison called in to render medi cal assistance. He announced that Higgins had taken enough sulphate of morphia to kill tifly men. He applied a stomach pump and administrr it an tidotes. The man lingered in great agony fur over ail hour, when death relieved his sufferings. No apparent cause. Deceased was a native of Ire land, 38 years of Bge. Not So.—The California papers have for the past year been making great l Iowa about the honesty of Harry Meiggs, w ho is now a railroad king in Peru, and whose past history is famil iar to every one; telling how lie paid all demands on him with interest, etc. A Reno lady left here some three or four months ago to see him and pre sent a hill of $15,000, tliar is, $5,000 a'<d interest. She went all the way to him and when the demand was prt *< mud lie told tier that it was all nonsense about hia living ao liberal with liia money; that he had only pdd the face of Ilia bills; that the Oov ernmeut of Peru was owing him a great deal of money which lie could not get, but a year ago he had plenty of money. Hu then gave her $5,000 in Peruvian coin, w hk-h, upon being converted Into Uv'*ed States money, realized about $4,0*0. She re turned home recently, and feels that she is just $11,000 out of pocket. From this we should Judge that Harry Meiggs' honesty has lieen terribly over rated.—llmo Journal. MARRIES. In Carson, April*!, Robert Crabb to Mrs. Margaret I’. Pyuiprott. BORM._ In Carson. April 5, to tbo wife of J. D. Robert., a giri. DIED. In Kmpira City, April 7, John Rosenberg, aged it4 years. NEW TO-DAY. J• STRAUS. Watches and Jewelry. I HAVE A NUMBER OF TUE b«st 18 k gold watche. ever tin ported, mt received lioiu ban Iran- r *"*3 cisco. XtiF Ona No. 1. 18-carat gold rase t brono graph and fly back item-winder, Ona 18-carat gold case Mri king watch, with all improvements, and atom-winder. One 18-oarnt gold case watch, called the Raid tttnr Match, stem-winder. Alt these watches are 18-carat gold watchea, and warranted to keep correct tima Alio, Heiwnrd, F.iigllsli, Mwiaa, aid American menu actura, warranted for eue year. aplQtf J. sTKAL'S. NEW TO-DAY. ** * , | , J |. ) ■ ... l l ... ■ ■■ , I. 0* 0. F. 1819. 1875. ORA N 13 ANNIVERSARY BILL! To bo given under the auapicea of Eureka Lodge No. 22J.0.0.F. IN HONOR OF THE 56th ANNIVERSARY Of the introduction of Odd Fellowahip in America, ON MONDAY EVENING, April 26,1875, at BIGELOW'S HALL. Comnaltteo of Arranvemenlai \V H Damn part C L Iir.y D Nathan C C Carpenter Bunj C Levy Invitation Committees KtlIRKA. S Goldstone W II Daronport E E i billies Benj 0 Bevy N A Chandler E Reventbul A E 'fitus J il Baxter Jos Oberer ¥ higellmth li Waiilhaas B Berg Win Emory J W tiess S Asbim Win Whorry M t iiedonborg Alfred .Jen.- iat Ed Shaler C B Bidwell ( lias tl Cobb I) AUnli.i.n Jus Keilly 1< K Bartlett iteo Noth Amos \t olford i.obtliibson C 11 Robinson R I’ Mi l.'nmol X liiainnnd .1 Tognini J Midi .“colt Uoo iJ Randgren David Kllinger ■InuMcManii A li McKonsie Aiul uborfoldor L W Cromer A Rosenthal J W Hynt i' C Buel I’eter Anderson Inn Ijvun liavid .Sallinn S Nathan Clark Rotter 0 t. Biey C C Carpenter A Millich A i« Hnetsii.gcr W Rabj.hn It Rrisacher W T I eplin J Wadish h E t ins Win/.anew ike \V bister J R Smith Jas Raves Jno Alairinetli C U Elliott 'ihni Raspeyre llenrv ,s>liafor J S Uruhiun 0 W Selivinnb R Molin.'ili D W AuKmmo A ensolburgor t'/ui Gillen B ¥ liray ■chy mu. S II Totter K I olglaso ihoa I olglase Benj Aliphell J It Bowman Jno Jolinsun A McAuloy C C 1 all J it fhumas Alex McKensle obt Armstrong Wesley Suiiih Hugh llulnius J B llolmei liuslav l'etcrsoa Reception Committee: E Rev-nthal T Andersen > A l handler C R Bruy E l'olglasu Floor Xanagen: W H Davenport 8 (luldstone 8 II Rotter Thus Raspeyre Mex Oberfeldur Floor Directors II. E. TITUS. The management will secure the BEST MUSICAL TALENT. REGARDLESS OF COST. And will endeavor to make this The Ball “Far Excellence” Of the Season. TIOBBTI: Admitting Ueutleinnss dfc Ladlm, |5, To be had of the Committee of Arrange ments and at th» principal placos of business, upon presentation of ('arils of Invitation, Which will be issued on or about the 1 >tb Instant. aplOtd ATTENTION, HOOKS! r|MIE SPECIAL MEETING OF ^ 1 Eureka llook and Ladder Com- flKa laiiy, No. 1, will be b«ld MON I»AV EVENING, April M, Ittii.™™" at J ustico Realty’* utllee, at 7 o’clock, sharp. A full attendance is required. by order of the Foreman. aplOtd K. b. MILLER, Secretary. Notice to Creditors. ALL CREDITORS HAVING DEMANDS against Frank betchiuan will present them immediately at W. 11. Clark’s store, for adjustment. It. SADLER, l MAX ORERPELDBR, > Trustees. W. 11. CLARK, j Eureke, Nev., April », 1875. apO-lw LIVERY, FEED yn AND Sale Stable. C. C. CAkPKSTKl. H. HIRIIOP. BISHOP & CARPENTER. SOUTH MAIN STREET, NEARLY oppo site the Tumor Houso, Eureka. We have recently purchased a number of elegant turn vMileandalot of fine saddL-horses, and are prepared to furnish CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and SADDLE-IIUR>ES at roasunabie rates. Horses boarded by the day, week, or month. Hay and barley .or sale, by fuir-dealing, good stock, and strict at tention to business, we bone to secure a lair share of patrobage. apTtf 0. W. BAKER. ATTOBNKY At l<A W AII» AnoTArY PUBLIC. iilUoa oa Main ■treat, above the Turner House. I }Mt _miscellaneous. Di ti. I MM EL & COi, bankers, la lh« Old Express Ballsy Main Street, Eureka. JjBAWS AT SIOHT ON SAN FRANCISCO, NEW TORE, LCNDCR, And all principal citiei In the United St., and Europe. “**•* Discount commercial paper. Beeeire depoeit* in Coin or Cnrrea»_ open account; Certiflcato* or Special UeuZi? aud will trauiact a u»Peuu, General Banking Bnalaeaa, Long experience in the d'elleetlag Oepartnieni Cf Well*. Fargo A Co.. juitiSei ui u counting that we will make Collections Irani Abroad a Mpeeleii, _ap'iti THU OVIT CLOTHING HOUSE IV EUEEKA! Jake Cohn & Bro. COMPARE PRICES AND CONVINCE YOURSELVES! \irE OFFER Ot’R FNTIFESTOCK, FOl » the > EXT Tit I It'll »A1H, it price* *u lew »* tv iiidui-v body to yu. chkau lljcir CLOTHING JL FIF.MSHINQ OOOCS At Jake Cohn A Dni m2-tf Reilly & Harrison, SUCCESSORS TO OBEBFELDEB & EABBISOI, Fire-proof Brick Store, Main Street, Eureka, Respecfully announce to ths people uf Kureka that they hart so baud ibu largest stock of General Merchandise Ever offered far sale in Fastorn Nevada, set they irtiend hureaftor to devuts particular uliintiea te tba RKTA1LTRADE And hope, by strict s.tci.tion to business, fair dealings and reasonable prices, te secures liberal share of patronage. Family Custom Especially Solicited. Their mammoth stock consist, in part, of sli kinds of Groceries, Minors’ Supplies, Shelf Coods, Hardware and Cutlery, Mining and Farming Tools. Powder and Fuss, Gentlemen's Underwear, Furnishing Goods, Gloves and Hosiery, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Etc,, Etc., Its* Wholesale Inwelees Tilled et e *■** Margin. MERCHANT TAILORING! Ws have also on hand a largo stoek <hr*[ from New York of French, English sj*, . man Cloths, Cassimeers, l/oesfctiis and ings. which we arc prepared to nia»s the moat stylish manner Iron, the l»'”‘ erns irom tne eaat, having in our stuple/ one of the best Cutters in the Mats. avfloods delivered to any part °f ths to** FREE OF CH ARC** dia-tf _ GRAND SOCIAL BALL! TO BE GIVEN BY Miss Minnie Rl<*» -AT BICELOW’S HAUti April ie, «»• A cordial invitation is astandsd tssIL tickets fkbe* epOOv’