Augusta Evening News – November 25, 1887

Augusta – The crowd was badly disappointed, and as many left, they paid their compliments to the captain in language far more expressive than polite … It was bad, very bad, and the Greek and his manager, Mr. Hopper, are in righteous indignation. Muhler says he came here to have a fair, square contest, and he has certainly conducted himself in a proper way and has won hosts of admirers.


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