expression of his thans and the entertainment closed with short and pertinent addresses ? Capt. Crocker, of Battery B, and other military gentlemen.
"Buffalo Bill's Best Trail."
?ood and thunder plays are rather apt to be ?tisfacatory. In order to have them suffuciently ?sational, the are made so absurd that even youth fresh from a dime novel cannot easily ?ent to the extrordinary performances of hero in slaughtering villians. Buffalo Bill, wise in his stage ventures as upon the Plains, a new departure at the firt and maintained it. His plays, will freely ?oducing the ready revolved, are seldom seri? ly overdone. The plots, the expressions, the ?ss, the gambling scenes
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