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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 April 1890

ni'SINESS CHANCES." &9&AA A "AROAIN-A FINE BEER-lsOT^ — «JVV'. tllng eMabllshmeut for sale, anyone can run it: this is paying handsomely, as the ex- penses are very light; bas 3 horses and 9 fine wag- iiis; t\I:I elve 2 weeks' trial before yon buy: a most I nurvuiih- investigation allowed. Applyli. KENNY, Kearny st. ___^_ lt_ (J; ] iiOO A FINE PAYING SALOON FOR SALE I \t\iyj . at the terminus of one of our principal rabidities; is in the immediate vicinity of one of the main entrances to the park ami base-ball grounds; doing a very largo business; well fitted up: bass well-furnl.slied rooms, with piano, etc.: a Mire fortune for the right party. Apply E. KENNY, »2 Keamy st. It C-9/Will PARTNER WANTED— TO ASSIST IN — ' " '". looking alter the hired help, etc . In a first-class hotel of 120 rooms; fine location across the bay; always full of first-class people; estab- lished nearly 15 years: the present owner has cleared nearly $30,U0U in the last five years: you will find him ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 April 1890

6 YOUTH AND LOVE. 'j j\ II 'HAT docs youth know of lover B Sin Little enwub, 1 trow! H ■/ R lie plucks the myrtle for his brow, >»^i>\* For his forehead the rose. Nay, but of love It Is not youth who knows. Amy Levy. A REVERSE OF FORTUNE. *"!S*yOOD gracious, Sylvester, what a tOOD gracious, Sylvester, what a \ shocking bad hat. Ueg pawdon, my ISj'fe deah fellow, but 'pon my life 1 could "' not help remarking it. As a rule you are so— aw— particular." •* Don't faiut, Daunley; I sha'n't disgrace you by walking with you in this fearful ami wonderful thing. Treat it gently; it hath seen better days." "You look— aw— rather seedy," said Daunley, putting up his eye-glass. He whs short-sighted, and did not use it altogether through affectation; a si in, trim fellow he was, with drab hair cut close, crowned with a. hat like a jet mirror; he wore a four-inch collar, and his gloves and garments might have been glued on him. lie was decidedly fashion's leader in Idleminster; being a Londo...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 April 1890

A DAY OF DISCORD. Torly Delegates Desert the Na tionalists' Convention. The Disagreement Precipitated by the Fight lor Leadership— Bival Bodiei in Saseion. The motto. " Harmony tbo Watchword." vhlcii Is displayed behind the I'resideut's table iv Hi « Nationalists' Convention, was Dot the Kiilding sentiment of the delegates at tbelr ses sion \esterday. The meetluc was oue cnntlnu angle&nd tbe faction iiuht, which was manifested ou Tuesday, widened luto a split, HUd there are at pieseut two Nationalist conven tions. Yesterday's session was opened by the elnglug cf •■ The Nationalist Anthem," and proceedings were next interiupted by the over-zealous Ser geaut-at-Arms, who announced that oue Carl Browne arrayed, notwithstanding tbe beat, lv a luicUsklu suit a la Buftalo Bill, was present on ti.e tloor, although not eutitled to admission. Upon Browne's showing that he lepresented a publication, he was allowed to occupy a seat. .1. 11. Redstone, Chairman of the Committee on Ordei ol b...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 10 April 1890

8 THE BEAR'S NEST. An Alaska Mine That Did Not Pan Oat. Foreign Capitalists Sink an Immense Amount of Money. Sold Attempt to Smuggle a Cargo of Chi nese Into San Diego From Lower California. Special by the California Associated Press. ViCToniA, April 9.— Messrs. Venator and Bernhardt, two German mining experts are in this city. They returned from Alaska i>y the Elder, where they had been exaui ;og tlie Heat's Nest mine. It Is understood the mine is almost a complete failure, and that a million or tvyo invested in it by En glish and German investors is as good as a dead loss. Tlie iHike of Sutherland is heavily Interested in the mine, and his auniniisMuiicr, Mr. Urereton, at present a resident of this city, made a survey of the mine with, it Is said, the same very unsat isfactory results. The Bear's Nest adjoins the famous Treadwell mine, and at the time of tiie purchase it was thought there irere millions in it. Tlie mine is not likely to bt» a abandoned, but a more exhaustive ex...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 April 1890

!THE ACE OF CLUBS ."A Great Russian Novel! S IX THE V' SU NDA V CALL'I VOLUME LXVII— NO. 142. A SPANISH MOB. Violent Attack Upon the Car list Leader. rhe Military Compelled to Take Com mand of the City of Valencia. Buildings Fired and Barricades Erected in tie Streets— Many Persons Badly Wounded. Special Dy the California Associated Press. Valkxcia, April 10.— On the arrival here of the Marquis of Cerralbo, the leader of the (.'artist party, the thousands of people who thronged tlie station became riotous. They followed his carriage to tlie hotel and smashed the windows. A body of cavalry was calleil out and charged upon and dis persed the mob. Many were wounded. A mob of '.'OOO invaded the Carlist Club rooms, set fire to the furniture aud endeav ored to obstruct the work of the firemen. The crowd then smashed the barn and a carriage that was standing in the court yard. Another mob attempted to burn a church, but the troops prevented them from firing the building, althi ugh they wer...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 April 1890

2 READY FOR THE FLAG The Blood -Horse Association's Spring Races. Every Indication That the Meeting Will Be ■ a.Succesi— Track Arrivals— Flambeau's Further Fast Work. "Not to crow until you are' out of the woods is an old find profitable maxim, and judging from the usual Blood-horse luck as regards tue yearly rainfall it might be wise not to say anything at present about the clerk of the weather and the chances for no rain at the spring meeting of the associa tion. liut still, one small, little, licht crow may be indulged in with the nope that the water regulator will not hear It, and the general sentiment of the horsemen expressed, that for the opening day, to-morrow, of the Pa cific Coast Blood-horse Association's sprina; meeting, a« fast a track as could have been built to order is assured. As the stakes offered are big the induce ments for the best horses in the different classes to start are great, and as all the leading stables nre already on the ground prepared to do battle g...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 April 1890

THE WOMAN'S COLUMN. Memorial to the Memory of Queen Isabella of Spain. The Corventkn of Delegates Fr.m "Working Gins' Clubs— Subjects of General In ■ terest to Women. The Woman's Column of The Morning Call is open to correspondents for the dis cussion of subjects of general Interest to women. All communications should, be brief. Those which will appear will reflect only the views of the writers. -v ISABELLA OF STAIN. \^ A Suggestion In Relation to the Proposed Memorial iv I .*;■■.■ . Editor Woman's Column, Morning Call: Soon it will bo 400 years since Christo pher Columbus came west and we, of the continent which he discovered, propose to celebrate the event by aMemoiial World's Fair; but much as Columbus deserves credit, as is often the case, his effort was seconded by a woman, Isabella, who made the discovery possible, lie had traveled to many courts, to Cud neither help ncr sym pathy, mid M. le Marquis de iielloy tells why he turned to Spain. "Because he thought he should liud th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Pas a larger circulation than any otlier newspaper published in Ban Francisco. I'II'.I.HATIItN OFFICE : rrfi Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock r. M. KRAMH OFFICES: 710 Market ftitet, near Kearny, open until 12 o'clock midnight; i?.fl Hayes street, opes until 9:30 o'clock; BOS l:ii'u!n street, open until 9:30 Clock, ana 2518 lili&icu street, opan until 9 o'clock v. m. MISSCKirTION KATES: PAII.Y CALL (Including Sundays), $6 per year ny mil, postpaid: 15 cent) per week, or 65 cents per calendar month through carrier*. DAILY CALL, fire i cplesilirce months. 86 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve 1 apes), $1 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL UMI WEEKLY CALL Jf2 50 per year, postpaid. V KEEL'S CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, poet jalit Clubs of ten (sent to one address), $10. AITIION SALES TO-DAY. 1 r«MTn:i .— By (.Has. Levy, at 538 California M..M 10 o'clock. 1 i «mivkk- By (Jeo. F. Laiuson. at 402 Golden Gate aye., at 11 o'clock. WEATUEB I'KEDICTIONS. S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 April 1890

in sixi-ss rnAKCES. i QQIIO CIGAR-STORE ON MARKET StT: k?\J\)\>, splendid location; clearing over $125 a month: trial given. M. LESS. 995 Market. It* V 7 ' il CITY FRONT SALOON: DOING FINE «iT I •'V». business; cheap rent; clearing from $150 to S Jb"J per mouth; a rare chance. Apply M. less, !195 Market St. It* <£90 00 COFFEE-SALOON IN THE HEART C-iWUU. of the city: doing a fine business; decant fixtures and stock: the best bargain ever offered: don't fall to «ee_lt._LKSS. 995 Market, it* afiQRA CIGAR STAND ON PRINCIPAL STBI IT; «S>OOU. selling on count of sickness; a great bargain. M. LESS, :"■■:• .Market. lt*3s GL-C'n COHNER FAMILY LIQUOR -STORE: «^U,)V'. ood stock and line fixtures: is well worth $1000: old age the cause of selling. Apply M. LESS. 995 Market St. It* Cft'l\ RESTAURANT IN THE HEART OF I,)''. the city, doing a large business; elegant tixtnrcs ami line stock : the biggest bargain ever of- fered. M. LESS. 995 Market St. It* C-f'.Ml CANDY, STATIONERY. SODA FOU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 April 1890

6 rOST-NUPIIAL, BEFORE the glowing anthracite That still reflects enchanting dreams, Come, ilearest, sit by me to-night. And banian thoughts of household themes. Of perfect peace this Is the goal, The sweet fulfillment or the Joy, That in the red, prophetic coal 1 pictured when a lore-struck boy. A many-mooded girl were you In those delicious virgin days, Bo mutable I hardly knew The way to woo, and wooed all ways. Yonr moods enhanced your charms to me; Be changclul still, I will not chide; Why should a sweetheart's fancies be Less captivating In a bride ? ■What It the dimple-hearted pinks Have faded from your cheeks! 1 find Them in a richer bloom, methlnks, sv Within the garden ol your mind. Ifou are diviner nnw, forsooth Than in the ante*nuptfal time: IVhen In the tropic he.it of y.mth I sane your praise in ardent rhyme. May noble Inspirations spring From love made perfect by the years! And may your laureate live to slug Songs more dell«ntlul to your ears. S. A. Wood la X. Y. Sun....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 April 1890

A NEW CARD. It Is Dealt by the Association of Foundrymen. They Propose to Form a National Organiza tion—Views on the Subject -Funds for the Strikers— Labor Meetings, Another new feature has been developed in the molders' strike. Although as yet but k ol a cloud on the horizon, as it v ere, it promises to assume larger propor uud overshadow a good part of the sky. it is a matter which was first brought up at the meeting of the Foundrymen'e Asso ciation the other day, and discussed in all its phases. In substance it is to form a national foundrymen's association and fight the International Union in the Eastern biates as well as here. By this move, if it is successful, the manufacturers say they will succeed in cut ,. what asiistauee the molders do re ceive vow, and they will also place the In ternational Union in a position where It n ill be powerless". "Ihe Holders' Union," said one of the foundrymen yesterday, "has always been looked upon ns the banner labor organiza tion. It lias b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 11 April 1890

8 LIFE'S TRIALS. f\ Los Angeles Woman Pats an End to Them. Mis. Harriet M. Palmer Sends a Ballet Through Her Heart Prospect of a Speedy and Satisfactory Set tlement of the Strike of Quarry men at Rocklin. Special by tbe California Associated Press. Los Angei.ks, April 10.— Mrs. Harriet M. Palmer committed suicide at the Menlo Hotel this afternoon at 2 o'clock by shoot ing herself through^the left breast with a 45-caliber revolver. She left a note, which reads as follows : "lam thoroughly tired of life, and so end it by my own hand. Please kindly send notice of my death to my aunt in Canada, Mrs. Henry Burton, 332 Queen's avenue, London, East Ontario, Canada." At the Coroner's inquest to-night it was developed that her husband was very ill with heart disease and was slowly dying. He was under the influence of an opiate and could not give evidence. The attend ing physician testified to the deceased being irritable, and, it seemed, mentally unbal anced, having on different occasions th...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

THE MORNING GALL. Ihe Largest, Brightest and Most Reliable of All the Dailies. VOL. LXVIL — NO. 144. THE EMPEROR'S GRAND COUP. An Alliance With Russia Com monly Talked Of. French Politicians Inclined to Believe Snch a Plan Probable. h Report That Capri?! Will Dissolve the Chancellery as It Existed Under Prince Bismarck. Special by tbc California Associated Press. Paris, April 12.— French politicians are In clined to believe tluu Emperor William Is pre paring a grand coup, by vrhlcD an alliance will) Russia will be bicui;ht about, involving, among other limits, tie settlement of the vexed Bulgarian question. Assurances to this effect come from St. Petersburg and Vienna. The liiuiresslou Is fuituei siieiiKiiieu*d by the (act that the Emperor will meet the Czar on the frontier ou the pretense of a limiting expedition. Some politicians scout the Idea of a Kusso- German alliance, declaring (but Ku-sla will never consent to enter tbe triple alliance unless Hie other high contracting parti...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

2 CONFESSION OF FAITH. The Presbytery of Sacramento Opposed to Revision. The Proposition Defeated by a Close Vote After a Long Debate. 6 Railroad Accident Averted Near Truckee. ; Gubernatorial Candidates Named— A Mine Casualty. Special uy the California Associated Press. Coi.usa. April 12.— hi the second day's ses sion of II c Sacramento Presbytery the special order of (tie day m the revision of the confes sion of faith. A motion was made to answer in the negative and a warm debate followed, the delegates being about evenly divided. J;.-v Mr. Graham of Cliico said lie was raised under Hie strongest Calvtnlslic leaching. ilia whole atmosphere nan Calvlulsttc, yet while quite a lad doubts arose In liis mind with refer ence to the slroug statements found In the con les»lou. Wlille lie loved Calvinism just as much, in tin' confession lie had always Had difficulty iv defending It, and while lie took ground with the revisionists lie was hampered la his thoughts. l: -v Ii 1,. Carder made a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

SUNDAY EDITION. THE FIELD OF SPORT. McAnliffe Challenges Corbett iv New York. Pigeon Shooting at the Oakland Track— A Boom in Athletics— Trout Fishing. Coursing— The Eifle. mi. X TIC sports will be well patronized jH p / this year. jJvL V The Interest In foot-racing Is on the In crease and tbe spirited contests between tbe fleet runner* of tbe amateur organizations will be quite Interesting this summer. Tlie professional ■print handicaps are drawing me fastest loot racers of America to this Coast; altogether a good summer's athletic sports la promised. The three fistic entertainments which are slated for ttn\ month at the clubs should ap pease the appetites of the sports who take pleas ure In seeing the features of their fellow-men despoiled by bard knocks. Bportun who are interested in pigeon-shoot Ing are having quite a busy time of It stopping twlft-going birds. The devotees of fly-fishing are figuring on glens supposed to contain trout. The streams are rapidly becoming settled. ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Has a larger circulation than any other uen*i>ai><T published in San Francisco. rriiLI CATION OFFICE: rrp Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 o'clock p. M., BRANCH OFFICES: 710 Market ItTeet, near Ketruy, open until 12 o'clock widnlgnt; 889 Bare* street, open until 8:80 o'clock: 603 I-i.il.iii street, open until 9:30 o'lock, and "518 >Mw street, open until 9 o'clock p. m. BTTBBCRrPTION BATES: ;. DAILY CALL (Including Sundays), $tf per year by Oil, postpaid: 15 cents per week, or 65 cents per calendar mouth through carriers. DAILY C A l. l. .live copies 1 tin months. $8,25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve rages). •] 50 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL aud WEEKLY CALL $2 50 per year, postpaid. V'j.i KM i ail (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post laid. Clubs of ten (sent to one address), if 10. WEATHER' PREDICTIONS. BIOBAIi Sl KVK K. I. .S. ARMT,") Dl VISIOK OF THE PACIFIC, }■ San Vba.ni bin, April 12. l*<>o-5 r. v.) . Synopsis for the Past Twenty-four Hou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

CITT_R E A I . ST ATE. " C'lT^n LOT 50x114, ON "InLL'iT., NEAR tj>l l«>\». Sanchez: will subdivide; grand view. G. H. CMBSEN A- CO.. 14 Montgomery. 3tSu luTh C i QHll HOUSE OF 4 ROOMS AM' BARN;" iJluUll. lot 25x100; on Harrison sLl»ear 25th. G. 11. UMBSEN _ CO., 14 Montgomery-^ StSuTuTh V|-i,|ui COR. 28TH AND CASTRO STS.: LOT OUUUU. 114x80. G. IL UMBSKN A_ CO., 14 Montgomery st. ap!3 3t SuTnTh O'JAAA LOT 200x120 ON 34TH AYE., IN &O(J00. soatb/idc G.U. UMBSEN* CO 14 Montgomery st. »P" " SiiTnru ""Cr-yriWi" 2-BTORV BAY-WINDOW HOI -! IN J.Wllll. store and flat; laundry; brick founda- m , »ti- • "7tli st . near Church; work complete; mrtcas lot 23:61105. G. IL ' MBSEJi A CO., 14 ffoDtgS£er?»£_ apl33tSuTuih ,-..,-,.., NICE COTTAGE OF 6 ROOMS; Sb-ivV. Spring Valley Water; lot 25x114: on • i'tlth st.. nearNoe; .rand view. G. 11. UMBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery st. apl3 3t tsuTuTh C? K A CASU.I HAI.AMK t $10 A MONTH, FOR C" Ou choice lots on Madrid si . near Mission road. W. H. CK...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

6 HOUSES TO LET. YEW FLATS-1139 VALENCIA, NR, 23D, 7 11 rooms and bath, $35; 220 San Jose ave..nr. 24tb, 14 rooms, bath, S80; 832 Page. ur. Scott. 0 rooms and bath. »30; 2631 Mission, nr. 22d, 6 rooms and bath, $17 60: 1908 Jessie, nr. 20th, 7 rooms, bath. $25:3101^ Lenvenwortb. nr. Eddy, 7 rooms, bath, »42 50: Hl7 Treat aye., near 17th, 6 rooms and bath, $25; 1635 Sacramento, nr. Polk. 10 rooms, bath, *55; 416 Bartlett. nr. 25th. 6 rooms, batb, $26: 5251/, Valencia, ur. 16ih. 6 rooms, bath. $20; 2036 Polsom. nr. 17th, 5 rooms and bath. $16: 2102 Vi Howard, nr. 17lh. 5 rooms. $27 60: 226 l.th. nr. Mission, 4 rooms. $13: 30 lark aye.. off Bryant and 6th 5 rooms. $20: 925 Army, near Dolores, 6 rooms bath stable, $27 BO; NW. Hush »nd Baker, new Hat. rooms and bath, $27 50. ON HHEI.N * CO. 624 California st. apl 3 tf OUSE OF 8 ROOMS, CENTRALLY LOCATED, 4 rooms furnished as doctor's oftlce, furniture, electric and vapor baths, for sale. Address T. A., Box 5, this office. ap!3 3t* 1 fll A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

A GRAND SUCCESS. Close of the Festival of Mother Nature's Daughters. After a week of eminent success and unalloyed pleasure, the Helplni Hand Society closed its ... entertainment last Blg&C at Odd Fellows' Hall to the entire satisfaction of all concerned. Socially and financially It lias been one grand success. Mrs. Folper, who so energetically managed and can led out Hie affair, aided by her noble ' owns of workers, said la«i night that it looked very much a* it Hie next ruiei lalntniMii would Have to be Riven in use Mechanics' Pavilion. The I'liMiiilh Liven one year aco demonstrated that living Hall was 100 small lor Hie use of me Socl ■ tv, and again (litre were two nights during the in- 1) mini Odd Fellows' Hall was scarcely Targe enough. It v.. dialed yesterday that Mr. J. S. Swan was He Kt'irieinaii who gave tlie admirable Inn- Utionof lie Chinese opera which c i led tue house lo such a degree of ui.iliu^ia'-iii that an encoie was demanded and a "second verse" given. Mr. S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 13 April 1890

8 COULD NOT HIT BORCHERS' DROP. Stockton's Twirler Pitches Strike- Oat Ball. The Glongb City and Frisco Keek-and-Keck in the League Race— Oakland Again Loses to tbe Senators. p (IS ins lentos. i" 2 1 .„. .... Lost 1 -• I ■ . ..I Borchers went In the box again for the Stock ton team yesterday, as fresh as If be bad not pitched a bard game tbe day previous, and U was through his puzzling curves that Frisco met with another dele.it. ile began putting the Ball over the plate with speed, but was forced to moderate bis delivery as Del'angher was unable to hold his Hotshot. Then Borcbers employed bis most effective ball, aud tbe home players went down before It like grass succumbing to a sickle, it was a slow "drop" that he used, and while be appealed to bring In play all the strength of his arm, Hie ball slowly sailed up lo tbe batier as big as a balloon. But the ball was not iheie wheu ibo bat swung over the plate. It bad fallen far below tbe stick, and the baiter could not understand wh...

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