Reserved seats for the world's championship games can be had at Appler & Hodge's, 618 Olive street, and the Lindell Hotel cigar store. Only a limited number are on sale.
Secretary Munson, of the St. Louis club, goes to Pittsburg to-night in the interest of the world's championship games. From there he goes to New York; and will be in advance of each game about four days.
-St. Louis Globe-Democrat, October 7, 1887
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