takes up the ball and seems to place it in the left (palming it), which then seems to throw it in the direction of the two cups stacked one over the other. Right hand picks up "A" and places it over the other two, secretly introducing the palmed ball under it. The cups are then separated and three balls discovered.

2.- To Place a Ball under each Cup and cause all to come together under "C." — Starting with a ball on the top of each cup, remove and actually place the first one under "A," duplicating the action when the ball is really palmed. The second ball, presumably placed under "B," Is really palmed in the right hand. The third ball is actually placed under "C" along with the second.

"A" is raised and the ball openly taken up in the right hand; right hand seems to plaoe it in the left, really palming it; left hand then appears to throw it into "C," which is then raised by the right hand, disclosing the two bells. Then when replacing the cup, over the two balls, the one palmed is secretly introduced.

The right hand now pretends to draw the ball, supposed to be under "B," through the top of the cup, then to throw it into "C"; all cups overturned with the wand and the three balls found under "C."

8.-To place Two Balls under "a" and One under "C," then to cause them to ohange places. — The right hand takes up two and apparently throws both -under "A," palming one. The one remaining on the table is then thrown, along with the palmed one, under "C," and the trick is done.

4.- To place all three Balls under "B," then to find one under Each of the Cups. -- Right hand apparently throws all three under "B" -two only go under the cup, the third being palmed. One commanded to leave "B," which is then raised by the right hand, disclosing two balls only; these are picked upand exhibited by the left hand, which then seems to throw both tinder the cup, palming one« End cups raised, one in each hand, to show empty, the palmed balls being inserted when replacing thea on table. And the trick is done.

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