Clipping:Charles Fulmer a Philadelphia constable
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|Date||Wednesday, January 2, 1884|
Charles Fulmer, the able short stop of the Cincinnati Club and constable in the First Philadelphai ward, authorizes us to say that he will positively not be able to play with the Cincinnati or any other ball club next season. Last year he had a deputy to attend to his constable duties while he played ball. This year, however, that thing won't work. Fulmer has been informed that the Law and Order Society is determined to enforce a better return of the liquor license by the constables and to that end they must make monthly returns in person and under oath. Of course, this disposes of the deputy business. Now it would not pay him to give up his official position, which is paying him well and which has yet four years to run, for the uncertainties of base ball.
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|