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opera house - Seldom has ths Opera house at Lead, bean mors...
Seldom has ths Opera house at Lead, bean mors crowded than It was Friday night at tht complimentary testimonial testimonial given to Bud Barnes by the Lead Minstrel ahow company. Every svi liable liable seat, both In tht balcony and down stairs being taken, with many standing. The entertainment opened In the usual minstrel style, with W, R. Dickinson aa interlocutor and Bud Barnes and Harry Marshall, a e"d men. Most of (As young men are well known to us and well sustained their reputation for entertaining, they have always borne. Harry Marshall was In his happiest mood, and repeatedly brought the house down with his Jokei. every number of the program was good, but. the baritone solos of Joseph Deerin and the bass solos of Chas. Din get are worthy of special commendation, commendation, The minstrel part waa followed by an olio of specialties, In whloh, among others, the clog anot by Messrs. Welch and Mahoney, brought much ap plguse, after the olio came a light (arcr. Interspersed by more specialties. William William Lang's "sick of fitness" brought down the house, It being a case of unintentional unintentional tongue twisting which under under the circumstances was very redlc-ulottt, redlc-ulottt, redlc-ulottt, Master M. Lang, did splendidly In the songs he sang. After the completion completion of the program the floor was cleared and a dance and supper under the auspices of the Degree of Honor, took place, which of course was well I DBtronlxed. Prof. Bmo'a orchestra of : ., ..,,. ,. .., ,ud ecUe1 mmh

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  1. The Daily Deadwood Pioneer-Times,
  2. 12 Dec 1897, Sun,
  3. Page 3

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