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jl communications should be addressed to the
Che Editor, P. 0. Box 463.
The Pittsburg Chess Club meets at ths Pittsburg
Library, Penn avenue.
The AUegaeay Chess Olab meetj at I)r. Miller' i
Hall, North, avenue, Monday and Thursday even
ings. :olvera who understand the German notation are
requested to use It.
PROBLEM NO. 239.
iTlilrd prize BrltUh Chen Magazine Problem Tour
ST JL. STAL, GOTEBOEO.
Black: 7 pieces.
HP P P3 Wm
f m pwzz ymz
111 B B B 1
in any problem tourney. A solution tourney
will no concurrently. Address Chess Edit or,
Weekly Timet, Manchester, England.
TheBrudlord Obtetvr JSudget states that in
consequence or Laskor's withdrawal, and
some uncertainty as It would seem as to
Gunsberg's intentions the proposed tri
angular match between these masters and
Blackburne has had to be abandoned. In Us
place a quadrangular match has been ar
ranged, in which the participants will be
.Blackburne, Bird. Mason and another
master to be selected later. These four
players will each contest three games with
The annual handicap tournament or the
Manhattan Chess Clnb will bezin on Satur
day, September 24. There will be fire prizes
and each competitor will hare to play two
garnet a week.
The proposed match. North versus South
of England, with 50 to 100 players a aide, will
likely take place. The Her. John Owen has
accepted the Captaincy of the Northern
jv Txy ... . mr
White 18. 19. SI, a, ISS7?'
Whlta to nlavftnri hlfintr tAilrav' K . I '" f ' . "" -
( A correction of problem 881. by H. D. Lyman, in
, Qonld'a Boot or Problems.")
GAME NO. S35 CBOSS.
BTJOSKrn MAIZE, M'IK)SALI, PA.
11-H 28-17 37 19,-lS 25-18 139
13-18 11-15 22-18 18-27 29 19-23
8-11 29-25 18-22 188 10-IS 9-8
27-23 7-10 23-17 27-81 17-10 1-10
10-14 17-13 a 11-15 28-22 4-14 2 g
b 22-17 9-14 23-19 31-28 24-20 U-15
15-2J 25-22 7-11 83 15-19 6-2
17-10 4- 8 17 -IS 26-30 10- 7 23-3
6-15 SJ-28 2-8 8-7 18-16 Black
25-18 8-11 81-20 30-25 72 Wins.
15-22 32-27 I 15-18 7 2 15-11
(a) This seems to win, correcting Bowen's cross
Tar. 875 at 23d more.
(b) This mote 1 weak. If not an. absolute loss.
GAME NO. 159-STAUNTON'S OPENING.
Played in the St. John Globe correspond
ence tourney No. 9 between J. S. Hale, of
Ottawa, Can.; and Homer C. Catlln, of Can
ton, O. Score and notes from St. John Globe:
White: 11 pieces.
"White mates in three marcs.
PROBLEM NO. 240.
llfourth Prlie British Chess Magazine Problem
BTO. HEATBCOTE, MANCHESTER, EfGLAXD.
Black: 5 pieces.
IP m m wf-
'wd wf m ( ym
111 iSll y
VWfi x SE3 pp W$
os 'Mm Wm P ft
SiB m B
3. P B8
10. R K 1
11. Kt R3
13. Bill P PxB
14. QsPch KQ2
16. Q Kt 7 K B 1
17. M Q jl
19. O R B 1
Ca Q R
21. Kt B 7chK Q 2
22. KtxR KxKt
24. RKt8 KtKtS
25 PKR4 KtBl
26. PQR4 BQ3
27. P Q R 5 B K 5
28. BKS BQ4
29. KtQ2 PQB4
SO. R Kt 5 K B 3
31. RxPoh Bxll
81 PxB K Kt 4
3t KlKtl KxP
Si. BQ2ohKKt4 A
6. Kt B3chKB3
37. BKS KtR2
88. PBS KtKti
Kt'R B Kt 6
GAME NO. 858-SINQLE CORNER.
The following pamo was played at Har
mony, between Mr. Henry Niece and Mr.
Alexander Miller, both of the same place, on
September 13, 1S92.
MIL WruCl'S MOVE.
11-15 22-15 12-19 20-18 23-24
22-13 11-18 3-12 15-19 32-23
15-22 24-19 25-30 18-12 20-19
25-18 13-17 12-W 25-22 - 17-14
8-11 80-28 19-24 28-17 28-81
29-25 17-22 18-19 19-24 21-17
9-13 2B-17 24-28 12-8 32-27
21-20 9-13 18-15 28-31 17-13
10-15 14-19 29-23 27-24 2723
18-14 13-29 19-23 3J-26 7-10
15-18 10- 3 1-6 8- i 23-18
28-24 18-22 15-11 26-28 10-7
3- 8 3-18 6-10 3- 7 18 9
26-22 22-25 31-28 31-27 13-6
6- 9 19-16 10-15 24-20 2 9
White: 11 pieces.
White mates in three moves.
TROBLEM NO. 211.
iFlrst prize, two-move section, in the problem
loamament of the twentieth congress of the
.N?tlerland Chess Association, held at Amsterdam
Urn. MEITDES DA OOSTA, AMSTERDAM.
Black: 7 pieces.
IP IPf i PH IH
Vmv4 f&m4t MMSfib itJ(m
I. BH Br ii
&m mi Mi mm I
NOTES BY Ma CaTLIN.
12 P Q R 3. Threatening to trap the Queen.
BxP instead won'd have been mnoh better,
viz.: 12 BxP, PxB: IS QxPch, K Kt 1; 14 Kt Q
KtS,QQ4; 15BB4, RBI; IB Q R B 1. threat
ening to sacrifice the B for Kt, and if neces-
Dttry t.iie .n. n tor tne otuer lit later on.
Black should play 14xx, B B 1 instead oi Q
Q 4 Ed 1
17xx, Kt Kt 5. The move which forces the
exchange of Queens and gives black the ad
25PKR4. A lost move. PQBiwassafe,
as il 25 KtxP; 26 B Q Kt 4 wins.
30 xx, K B 3. A curious trap for the rook.
40xx, Resigns. Black can soon force the
exchange of pieces and eventually win the
THE GAME OF DRAUGHTS.
Black men occupy squares
21 to 32. Black men al
ways moTe first.
Checker Headquarters Home Hotel. Dnqnesne
way, between i-lRhth and Ninth streets : at bam
uel deeds'. 94 Seventh avenue, and Allegheny
Checker Club room. Sterrlt Building, Ohio and
West Diamond streets.
Positions. Problems. Games and Cheoker News
win at all times be welcome. All communication)
to be addressed
P. O. BO 35. EAST KVD. PlTTSBUBe, PA.
At seventy-first move of above game
black moved 23-18, and losta strong position,
but if black bad moved instead 19-16, we can
not And a draw for whites; and to the first
sending us a sound draw for the whites after
19-10 we will send thorn a copy of English
tourney games for 1892.
GAME NO. 337 LAIRD AND LADY.
BT L. AltMSTBOHO, BLTTHSDALE, PA.
11-15 17-14 4-8 28-240 12-16 12-3
23-19 10-17 24-19 16-20 19-12 2-7
8-11 21-14 bll-16 31-26 7-10 Black.
22-17 15-18 26-23 18-22a 14-7 Wins.
9-13 19-15 13-17 25-18 3-28
Ca) This corrects Derry Hews game 7C9, where 17-11
was played and whites won. L. A. In Chronicle
(b) It Is not often that Mr. Armstrong over
looks an old trap published In Tni DISPATCH
one year ago. At thirteenth move we have this
Black-1. 2, 3, 6. 6. 7, 8. 12. 13, 16. 13.
Whlte-10, 15, 19, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32.
White to move and win.
15-10 I 25-H 1 27 4 I 29-22
6-15 I 18-25 I 12-16 W. wins.
(c) Instead of 23-24, 15-10 wins again for white.
CORRECTION OF GAME NO. 354.
Mr. Atkinson writes to the New Castle"
Chronicle as rollows: I have received the
following correction from Mr. J. L. Rich
mond, of Marsden. After the twenty-fifth
move the position is:
BIack-1. 7. 8, 10, 11, 12. 13. 14. 17.
M hlte-19, 20, 21. 25, 28, 30. 31. 32.
White to move and draw.
SOLUTION TO PROBLEM NO. ISO.
Br A. J. HEFFNER, TjEDHAM, MASS.
Piack-6; kings, 19, 26.
White U, 14, 18; king, 8.
W hlte to move and win.
White: 7 pieces.
White mates in two moves.
END GAME NO. 40.
BT CAPTAIN BEETIU.
Black: 8 pieces.
1 Mi&m A H
H! WA WM WA
m Mi -yMA Wi:
wm mAm m
9m mm Mi iS
8-12a 8 3 8-11 8- 4 11 8 14-10
26-23-1 27-24 24-19 15-8-4 19-23 18-4
118 128 3-8 411 18-15 101
23-27 19-23-3 19-15 23-19 23-18 W.wlns
8 3 b' 11-7c I 7-2 I 14-7 I 3-8 7-
2622 22-15 6-10 15-11 114 Drawn.
' VARIATION B.
8-4 11-8 I 8-3 1 3-8 1 14-101 19-6
19-16 1.16-11 I 26-22 1 22-15 6- 9 I Drawn.
3-8 I 8-4 1 4-11 1 11-15 14-10 1 106
21-15 I 15 8 1 19-24 24-27 6-9 Drawn
.J) The following play credited to Mr. Richmond,
or Marsden. Eng was shown to us by the Teteran,
Harry Llncsay, three days before onr exchanges
reached us. which goe3 to show our critics are In
no way behind their brethren of the old country.
Mr. J. P. Grey writes to the same Journal:
At second move of variation 1, game No. 354,
1-6 is played, allowing the following draw:
BIack-1, 7, 8, 10. 11. 12, 13, 14. 17.
White 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 30, 31. 32.
Black to move and white to draw.
16 a 30-25 14-23 20-16 18-11 14-18
81-26 11-18 21- 7 26-11 12-16 20-16
11-15 26-23 23-28 .24-20 11-15 15-19
2-22 18-27 7- 3 23-18 16-23 16-11
15-18 32-23 25-30 19-15 9-14 18-23
22-15 6 9 25 21 1219 2326 2622
711 23-18 3J-26 3-12 Drawn.
8 3 1 19-23-6
12- 8 23-19
26-22 11-7 I 22-15 17-21 White wins.
I 6-10 I 10-17 118-15 I 19-10 I
White: 9 pieces.
White to play and mate in eight moves.
GAME ENDING NO.
American Chess Monthly.
The following position occurred in a game
lereutly played between two amateurs:
JJ'nckplajed BtoR 6, and white answered
Q to K 3, winning a piece. Black might have
mated in five moves as pointed out by Mr.
Pilisbury at the close of the game.
Black: 10 pieces.
pi upp pS W0 i
tdzSfa && wkM V&afflt "
a m m m
15-22 I 14-10 6-15 11-27 I White wins.
25-22 3 7d 22-15 7-2 White wins.
-10 I 10- 1 I
-15 15-11 I
21-17 I 8-11 7-10 11-7 I White wins.
21-17 I 8-t 17-10 11-7 White wins.
SOLUTION TO PROBLEM 182.
BT JOHN L. BAE, BUENA VISTA, PA.
Black 15. 16, 27; king, 32.
White 28: king. 7, 23.
White to move and draw.
White: 10 pieces.
White to play and mate in Ave moves.
EASY MATING POSITION NO. 4.
26-22 1 15-19
16-20-111116 1 27-31 28-24
7-11 II9-23-2I 19 it 1 27-31
IB 19 I 32-27
27-31 I 16-19 I 19-23 32-23 23-26 I 8127
7-11 1 11-18 I 18-27 28-24 22-18 Drawn.
27-31 I 31-27 I 27-31 1 20-27 I 32-2S I 28-24
16-23 22-18 28-24. 18-22 j 23-32 Drawn.
The above play by Mr. Rae should be
noted by all who have a copy of Lyman's
problem book. It corrects Wyllie's solution,
who plays 7-10, and allows the neat win, as
shown by J. P. Reed in Chronicle Telecjraph of
Septembers. The above play maintains No.
S18 in said book as sound.
PROBLEM NO. 183.
TJ. B. NA8MTTH, DONIBBISTLE, TIPZ.
From the Draughts World.
White 12, 25, 30; king, 11.
I toHP wa nm lamst yaw r r
Zi 1Z2M Wa mm - Wm
mjmjgk B b b
Wit eM x WX mm. WAl Wffib Wm rmxi
ataf b af f sf p r
White to play and mate in three moves.
SOLUTION TO PROBLEM NO, 233.
BT EUQENE WOODARD.
White. Black. White.
UE4 KxKt RRg
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM NO. 234.
BT COLONEL A T. BOCKWELL, IT. 8, A.
White. Black. White.
QIi7 KxP QKt7cn
K B 4 Q B 7 ch
N o. 235-By P. G. Keenev. Key, R B 4.
Correot solutions irom E. E. Craumer, Alle
gheny: E McDougall, city, and Otto Wnrz
burg, Grand Rapids, Mich. Otto W. does not
like Nos. 233 and 234, but thinks No. 235
pretty. McDougall considers No. 235 good.
Mr. B. Koehler will deliver a lecture at the
Allegheny Chess Club on Monday evening,
September 20, at 8 o'clock.
A tourney for two-move problems is an
nounced in the Manchester Weekly Timet.
Tnere will be threo ordinary prizes, and a
speclar prize for the beat problem by a corn
ea) 11-15, 80-24. 1-8. black wins. Mr. Atkinson
simply put the "cart before the horse.' J.P.Grey.
ALLEGHENY CHECKER TOURNAMENT.
This clnb is without doubt the most ener
getic checker organization in Pennsylvania,
and is setting an example for other clubs to
follow. Pittsburg will soon have to waken
np, or she may soon find herself dethroned
as a checker center, and, the way the Alle-
gneny uoys.iauc, tneir ouject is to take the
On Octobers they open their first annual
tournament lor the championship or the
city, and the two players making the best
record will represent the elub In the State
tournament in November (Thanksgiving
Day). The following roles have been drawn
np and adopted by the committee to govern
the tournament. They are as follows:
Rule first Each contestant shall contrib
ute the sum of $1, which shall be expended
by the board or trustees for the purchase of
a suitable emblem, which shall be awarded
to the contestant scoring the highest num
ber of points in the tournament.
Rule second Each contestant shall play
every other contestant a series of six games,
and the winner of each series shall be enti
tled to one point.
Rule third In case a series shall remit In
an equal number of games won, or In case all
the games shall be drawn, the contestants
in such series shall continue play until one
game shall be won after the tie, when the
contestant winning the game shall bo enti
tled to the point for that series.
Rule fourth Each contestant shall agree
to finish a series of games with every other
contestant, and if a contestant does not ap
pear at such time as may be appointed for
such series to be contested the games may
be forfeited to the contestant appearing and
willing to play; providod, that the trustees
may postpone such series of games If it ap
pears that the contestant Is unable from
sickness or business engagements to be
Rule fifth Play shall commence on the
evening of Monday, October 3, 1892, at 7:30
o'clock, and shall' continue evey other
evening, Sundays excepted, until all the
Berles have Deen completed.
Rule sixth Entries are to be made to the
Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Joseph
B. Smith, and must be accompanied by the
entrance fee, and no entry shall be received
after September 26, 1892.
Rule seventh All games shall be played in
the room of Allegheny Checker and Chess
Club, and the Board of Trusteos shall have
power to make such rules as they may deem
proper for the conduct of the games and the
convenience of visitors.
THE DRAUGHTS WORLD.
This new magazine la to hand and is quite a
surprise. It3 seneral annearanen hn n.rnntnti
a good impression, and on examining its
contents we find it is beyond what could be
expected for one penny. No checker player
who has any desire of studying the game
can afford to be without this weekly visitor.
Our two problems this week are taken from
its pages, which shows it will have some
thing for the advanced expert, and the be
ginners are not overlooked, for the sixth
psge is devoted to their benefit.
They also give analysis on the single
corner game, 11-15, 22-18, 16-21, 25-18, 10-14 line.
Very lew standard works give any play-on
this move at all; and also on the Kelso open
lng, that has been receiving a good deal of
attention of late. From the fact that two of
the greatest players of this conntry are
about to give to the world their combined
analyses, Messers. Freeman and Heffnerr
our readers could not do better than send to
the publishers for a sample copy, A. Bryson
Co., No. 9 Campbell Arcade, 74 Trongate.
Oil Producers Want to See Oil Pumped Be
fore They Pin Their "Faith on the New
Venture No Big TVeBs Were Beported
There was considerable talk yesterday
among the oil men regarding the new pipe
line to the seaboard which is tobe known as
the United States Pipe Line Company. The
names of the officers who were elected at a
mooting or the stockholders held In Brad
ford Wednesday and the probable future of
the organization were the general topics of
It was' conceded by the majority that
the organization has a business look at
present, bnt until it begins to pipe oil there
will bo many skeptics among even the
friends of the stockholders as to the final
outcome of the venture.
There have been so many attempts of pro
ducers in the past to build seaboard pipe
lines, which in every case has failed com
pletely, that even now there are scores of
producers who want to see the petroleum
going through Before they can believe that
an independent pipe line can bo built.
On August 12, The Dispatch published the
full details of the new line. One line is to
be constructed from the McDonald field to
the refineries around Titusvllle, and from
Titusvllle two-lines will be laid to Bradford
and from thence through the Northern tier
counties to Nowberg on the Hudson river.
There will be two lines nut down side bv
side. One will bo used fort ho transportation
of petroleum, and the other for distillate,
which is partially refined 611.
After reaching the seaboard the distillate
will be put through? a simple process which
will convert It into thoromrhlv refined oil.
and it will then bo ready for shipment to
Robot t Roy, who is interested in the new
line, said that the eost of fuel In the oil re
gions was so much less than on the sea
board, that they could thus afford to put
down the line for distillate and save railroad
charges by piping it to the ocean vessels.
Reports From the Wells.
There Is yet only one well in the McDon
ald field reported to be making over 20 bar
rels an hour, and that ia Greenlee & Forst's
No. "2, on the Noble heirs' proporty, which is
placed at 42 barrels an hour.
The production of the field is reported by
the National Transit uauires to be 20.500 bar.
rels, which is a drop of 500 barrels irom the
J. M. Guffey's No. 3 on the Shane farm,
which is located about a mile and a half
southwest of Willow Grove and half a mile
west of the oil No. 1 Mcise In the Gordon
sand hollow, has been finished up and is do
ing 100 ban els a day.
The Philadelphia Company's well on the
Leech farm, in the northeastern end of the
McCurdy field in whioh a big streak of gas
was struck in the fourth sand, has been
connected up with tho gas lines of the com
pany. A good showing or oil was also found
m the fourth sand, where the gas has been
flowing over the derrick, but after the in
dications of pll were found no lurther
diilllng was done.
Mechling & Co. are starting a well on the
Schlrdo farm, in the McCurdy. field.
Boden Sc Co. have made a location for No.
2 on the Crooks larm south of McDonald.
Their No. 1 on this tarm was dry.
HarvoyA Crawford completed a rig yes
terday, on the Gregg heirs' farm at Gregg
station on the Panhandle, a mile east ot
uakoalo. Thev have a 14 acre lease off the
farm on which the Forest Oil Company got
its big welL
The Lawrence Gas Company is starting a
well on the Robert Geary farm, two miles
north of Midway in Robinson township,
Phillip Roth, of Buffalo, a member of the
Kanawha Oil Company, and one of the plon
neer oil men of Allegheny county, was in
Pittsburg yesterday. He says he has just
completed a well on the old Roth farm,
located a mile and a bair rrom the limits of
Buffalo, whicn has a pressure of 670 pounds
to the square inch, or over 2,000.000 feet a
day. He intends to drill other wells in tho
same locality, as he has over 0,000 acres un
The production of McDonald was 20,500
yesterday, 500 less than the day before. The
hourly gauges of the largest wells at Mc
Donald yesterday were as lollows: Greenlee
& Forst's No. 2 Noble heirs, 42. Tiie esti
mated production was 20,500: stock in field,
Huns and Shipments Wednesday.
The National Transit runs were 28,309;
shipments, 8,576. Runs of Southwest Penn
sylvania from Me Donald. 18,359; outside of
McDonald, 7,933; total, 26,322. Buckeyo runs
of Macksburg oil. 5 831: shinmenta.
jjuciceye runs or Lima oil,
ShiDments. 42.271. Hmehs rnna
shipments, 1,706. New York transit
eoutnern Pipe Line ship-
on light business and closed dull. Pennsyl
vania oil, spot sales none; October option,
sales, 15,000 barrels: opening. 65c; highest,
56c; lowest, 54c; closing, 64o. Lima oil,
...Ilan?0 ,ot the October option: Opening,
63c: highest, C4c; lowest, o3Kc: closing,
, 5eV?ned.lI-New TorJri -10ci London, 4J
i 13-lsd: Antwerp, l4f.
OIL ClTT. Sent, a WnMnnnl lni..ll --
tlficates opened 63ic; highest. 54o; lowoat,
63c; closed. 54c: sales, 17.000 barrels: clear
anoes, ISS.OOO barrels; shipments, 00,967 bar
rels; runs, 82,525 barrels. '
After American Missions Again.
Constantinople, Sept 22. The Porte
has revived the question of closing the
American mission schools in Turkish do
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The runs of the W. I Mellon ripe Lines
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The runs of the Tidewater Pipe Line Com
pany on Wednesday were 4.199; total, 66.0SC;
average, 3,146; shipments, 29,370; total, 168,302:
Tho runs of the Western & Atlantic Pipe
Line Company Wednesday were 3,209; shln
The Oil Market.
New Tons, Sent. 22. Petroleum opened
strong, advanced 1 cent, then declined lJ,o
University Extension is
good, but Kitchen Extension
is better. Wider knowledge
of better cooking processes
means better health and com
fort for everybody. Science
can never do us better service
than by the multiplication of
the cooking schools which
make healthful means and
methods available for even
the most modest home.
The vegetable substitute for
lard, is science's latest gift to
the kitchens of the world.
Every woman who has ever
cooked a meal, knows that
lard is disagreeable in use
and unhealthy in its effects.
Cottolene is a most satis
factory substitute clean,
delicate and .far more eco
nomical. At youf grocersT
'N.K. FAIRBANKS CO.,
F. SELLERS & CO.
Steamers Leave New York Every Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderry.
Bates for Saloon Passage.
By 8. S. CITY OP ROUE, 850 and upwards,
according- to accommodation and location
of Room. Second Cabin, S30.
On other Steamers, Cabin. $US auJ unwards.
Second Cabin, 83 . steerage, 810.
Passengers booked at through rates to or rrom any
city in Great Britain or on the Continent.
Drafts rn London Sold at Low-at Kates.
Book of Information, tours and sailing lists fur-r,-
nlshed on application to Agents.
HENDERSON BROtBERS. 7 Bowling Hreen, N.
Y., or J. J, MCCORMICK, 639Smlthfieldst. Pitts
burg. F. M. SEMPLE, 110 Federal at.. Allegheny.
HOKSFOKD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
Imparts New Energy to the Brain,
Kivins the feeling and sense of increased in
THURSDAY HUD FHIDAY.
SEPTEMBER 22 & 23.
OPEN AS USUAL
10 O'CLOCK P. M.
Black 13, 18, 2.1; king, 23.
Black to play and white to draw.
PROBLEM 2CO. 1S4.
bt jomr jc'aTEnt, Glasgow.
rFrom the Draughts World.j
Black 7, 8. 9, 13. 14, 20.
rjH jm w4 mrrz i
W. A. Hoeveler Storage
Will contract to clean houses for private
families, offices, stores, churches, etc. They
do moving in covered vans or wagons, re
llevlnir the customer of all annoyance and
trouble. Watch for Hooveler's moving vans
Men or women, who are expert packers of
silver, glass, china, wearing apparel, furni
ture, bric-a-brac, etc., furnished by the
Separate rooms for the storage or house
hold effects All kinds of household goods
sold at public or private sale. TelephoneoO.
Is the most beautiful and elaborately fin
ished property ever offered to Pittsburg
buyers; lurne, evenly-graded lots; broad as
phaltum avenues and streets, wide concrete
sidewalks, and a perfect system or drain
age, are a few among the many rare features
found here. Lots in Luella Place will be
offered for sale on Monday, 26th Inst. Plans
and details from John PHe, owner, Ml Lib
erty avenue, or Charles Somers & Co. 131
Why Corbett TFon the Battle.
Be drank a glass ot lager beer after eaoh
round. Schoenholen's Chicago lager Is the
War going to Canton. O., stop at the
Barnett House; striotly first-class; refitted
and refurnished throughout. Elegant
ample rooms. Bates, $2 00 and (2 60.
1) Wrrr's Little Early Btsers. Best pill
for biliousness, sick headache, malaria,-
are a natural source of pride to their
owner if they 're white and smooth.
"I have tp wash" is no excuse, for
OIL WEIX SUPPLIES.
After 19 Years of Trial,
IE L .A. I IST E,
FlILr SAFEGUARD OIL,
IsConctded to Be the Best and Safes ton
UEVER VARIES I QUALITY.
Cannot Be Exploded.
It is the very highest grade of reflned pe
troleum, from which In the process or man
ufacture, every impurity has been elim
inated. Elaine Is free from benzine and parafflne;
It will never chill in the coldest tempera
ture known on this continent.
In color, Elaine is spring-water white, and
its "fire test" is so high as to make it as ab
solutely safe as any lllnminant known.
Having no disagreeable odor, Elaine is a
pleasant oil for family use.
Can Be Buxnad in Any Petroleum Lamp.
X POSITIVE- PBOTECTIOS 1TBOM LAMP
MAKES THE-6AFEST AND BEST LIGHT
ELAINEI 'aSKT OIL
100-Million Gallons ELAINE Sold in 13 Tears
Prom 1873 to 1S9S.
Elaine Cannot 'Be Improved Upon.
WARDEN & OZNARD,
BOYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
GLASGOW lo PHILADELPHIA
via. DEKRY and GALWAY. Tne most di
rect route from Scotland and North and
Middle of Ireland.
Intermediate, 830. Steerage, 19.
STATE SERVICE OP
. laip. .AJLlVAre IVnVE?
LillC.. J STEAMSHIPS.
NEW YORK and GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Oct. 6 State of Nebraska 10 jl. k.
Oct. 20 State of California 10 a. jc
Nov. 10. State of Nebraska. 9 a. m.
Cabin, HO. Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, $19.
Apply to J. J.McCORMICK, 639 Smithfleld St.
814 KENN AVENUE. F1TISBUKG, PA.
As old residents know and baok flies ot
Plttsbnrz papers prove, is the oldest estab
lished and most prominent physician in the
olty, devoting special attention to all chronic
SSTS NO FEE UNTIL CURED
sponsible Mr nfC' and mental dls
persons liLfl VUUo eases, physical de
cay, nervous debility, lack of energy, ambl.
tlon and hope, Impalredmemory, disordered
sight, self distrust, bashfulness, dizziness,
sleeplessness, pimples, eruptions, impover
ished blood, falling powers, organio weak
ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption,
unfitting thepersonforbusiness, society and
marriage, permanently, earely and privately
.Mi BLOOD AND SKIN Z?
eruptions, blotches, falling halr.bones, pains,
glandular swellings, ulcerations or the
tongue, month, throat, ulcers, old sores, are
cured lor life, and blood poisons thoroughly
eradicated Irom 1 1 D I M A D V kidney and
the svstem. U II I 1 R il T bladder de.
rangements, weak back, gravel, catarrhal
dloharges, inflammation and other painful
symptoms receive searching treatment;
prompt relief and real cares.
Dr. Whittier's life-long extensive experi
ence insures scientiflo and reliable treat
ment on common sense principles. Consulta
tion free. Patients at a dlstanceas carefully
treated as ir here. Offlce'hours, 9a.it. tod
r. v. Sunday, 10 A. it. to Ip.b. only. BB.
VI11T1IKU,8H Ponnavenne, Pittsburg, Pa
In Emc-r Jxntr: n isn.
Train trill leave Union Htatlon,PIttasmrs
as follows (Eastern Standard Tlmelt
Penns7lvanla Limited or PuUmin Vestlbnle Cars
dallTat7:l6a. n., arriving at Harrlsbnrgatii
p. m Philadelphia 4 MS p. m.. wYork7iio
p. m.. Baltimore i: p. m., Washington 85 p.m.
Keystone Ezsress dally at 1:3) a. ., arriving at
Harrlsoart tti& a. m.. Baltimore HilS a. m..
Washington 12:20 p. m.. PhlUdalpblalltS a. m.'
New York 2:00 p. m. "
Atlantla Express dallv at 3:30 a. m.. arriving at
Barrlsbarg 0:a. m.. Philadelphia l:3p.m-
Barrlsbnrg Accommodation dally, ezerptSnnar,'
S:25 a. m.. arriving at Ilarrlsbnrg I-M p. m. '
Day Express dally it t:oo a.m.. arriving at liar.
rlstmrz2:20p. m., Philadelphia :M p.m.. Nrw
York : p. m., Uaiamere SM p. m.. Washing.
ton 3:15 p.m. j t
Mall train Sunday only. S:a. m., arrives Harris,
bnrf 7:00 s. in.. Fhlfadclrihla 10tS5n. m.
Mall jsxpreu dallv 12:50 p. m.. arriving at Harris,
burr 10:CO p. m., connecting at BarrUbnrg tor
Philadelphia Express dally at :o p. jn., arrlvlnsi
at Harrlsharr ljeo a. m.. Philadelphia 4r2S a. m "i
and Naw York 7:10 a. m.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m. dally, arrl-rlnr Hsr.
rlsbnrg 2:10 a. m., Kaltlmore S:20 a. m.. Wash
ington 7130 a. tn., Philadelphia 9:03 a. m. anil
New York 7:10 a.m. "
TastLlh. dally at 8:10 p. m.. arriving at Hants-'
bnrri:30 a. m.. Philadelphia t:S0 t. in.. New!
York 9:30 a.m., Baltimore 6:20 a. m Washing.'
ton 7:30 a.m.
Cresson and Ebensbnrg Special, Saturdays only.,
AU throngh trains connect at Jersev City with'
boats of "Brooklrn Annex" for Brooklyn. N.Y..I
avoiding doable ferriage and Joorner through Newt
Johnstown Accom., except Sunday. 3:i9 p. m..
Greensbarg Accom.. 11:30 p. m.. week aavs; 10:301
p. m. Snndava. Ornnsbnrg Express 5ili p. m,
exctnt Sunday. Derry Sxprtsll:a. m.. ex.
Wall Accom.. 5:3. 3:00, 7:40. 8:15, 8:30, :L 10:3H,
Il:C0a. m 11:13. 12:10. 1:2). 3:30, 3:40. iKn, 4-M.
SMS, 6:00; !, 7:3 9.C0, 10:20. 11:80 p. m.. 12:1S,
night, exceptMonday. Snnday, 8:40. 10.30a. m.,
17:3. 12:30, 2:10, 4:30, 2:30, 7:iu, :30, 10 JO p. m.
and 12:10 night.
Wllklnsbnrg Accom.. 5:55. e.-00. 8:13, 8:43, 7:00,
7:25, 7:40, 8:10. 8:33. 8:80. 8:40, 10:30, 11:00. 11:10 a.
m.. 12101. 12:13. 11:30. li-M, 1:20. 1:30, 1:00. 2:30
tilt. 3:40. 4iC0. 4:10, 4:23, 4:is, 4:50. iiOO. 8:15, 5:30,
3:49, 8:00. 6:3), 1:45. 7:3. f.V. 8:00, 914,5, 10120,
11:00, 11:30 p. m. week-days and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. Bdnday, 5:30. 1:40. 10:30 a. mTC
12:0. 12:30, liiO. 2:30. 4:30, 9:30, 7:20, SiOO, 9:30,
10:30 p. m 12:10 night.
Braddock Accom.. 3:23. 8.-00. 4:15, 6:43, T.00, 7:
7:40. 8:00, 8:10, 8:35, Site. 8:40. 10:33. 11:00, 11:10,
a. m.. 12:01, 12:13. 12130, 12:80. 1:00. 1:30. 2:00, 2:30,
8:13, 3:40, 4:00, 4H0, 4::i. 4:30, 4:S. 4:50, 5:00, 3:13,
8:30, 5:43, 6:00, 6:3). 6:45, 7: 8:20, 9:00. 9:15. 10:20
11:00, lllSOp. la. week-dara, and 12:10 night, ex
eept Mondav. Snnday. 6:30. 8:00, 3:40, 10:80 a.m.,
12:23, 12:50, 1:31 20, 4:30, 8:30, 7:20, 9:00, 90,1
10:30 p. m.. 12:10 night.
SOTJTATVEST PEJCN BAir.fVA.'T.
rorTTnlontownSSandSdia. m.. 1:3) and 45 p.;
OX XXD ArTXB MAT 23. 1891.
Tor Monongahela City. West BrownsrlTls and
Untontown. 10:40 a. m. For Monongahela City
and West Brownsville. 7:35 and 10:40 a. m.. and
4:50 p. m. On Snnday, 85 a. a. and lrtl p.m.
For Monnnrahela Cltv onlr. 1:01 and IOn. m.
week-days. Oravosbarg Accom., 6:00 a.m. and
2:20 p. m. week days. West Ellxabelh Accom.'
8:35 a. m.. 4:15, 6:30. and 11:35 p. m. BunaarJ
9:40 p. m.
WEST MNNbTLVANIA DIVISION -
OX XXB AVTXB JDJtl 23, 1332.
rromFEDEBAL STEKET BTATIOX, Allegheny
Tor Sprlngdale. week-days. 6:2a 8:45. 8.-2S. 10:40,'
11:60a.m.. 1:30, 2:23. 4:01). 5:00. 6:45, 8:10. 6:20.
10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays, 12:33 and 9:39
For Butler, week-dara, 6:20. 8:43, 10:40 a. m.. 3:13
and 6:10 p. m.
For Freeport. week-daTS. 6:59. 8:45. 10:40 a. m..f
8:15.4:00.50. 8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sua
days 12:33 and 9:30 p. m.
For Apollo, week-days. 10:40 a. m. and 6:00 p. m.
For Panlton and Blalrsvllle. week-days, 6a a. u,
3:15 and 10:30 p. m. -. r
jS-The Excelsior Baggage Express Company
will call for and check baggage from hotels anj
residences. Time cams ana ion inionnauon caq
be obtained at the ticket offices No.110 Firth avej
nae. corner Fourth avenae and Try street and,
Union station. -
CHA3. E. PUOH. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Gea'l Pass'r Agent. ,
From Httsburgli TJnioa Station.
1 if ennsylvania Lines.
WEAK MEN, your attention
IS CALLED TO THE
TUMMATMOTKJ CEIAT XHOLISB BEMEDT.
Gray's Specific Medicine
IP YOVJ SUFFER from
sutnnntt inn Tuin 1 Ner
vous Debility. Weakness or Body and Mind.
Spermatorrhea, and Impoteney. and all diseases
that arise from over-Indulgence and self-abuse, as
Loss or Memory and Power. Dimness or Vision,
Premature Old Age, and many other diseases that
lead to lnsanltv or Consumption and an early
grarr, write for our pamphlet.
Address OKAY MtDIClNE CO.. Bn.Talo. N. Y.
Tbe Specific Medicine Is sold by all druggists at
81 00 per package, or six packages for 35 00, or sent
by inatl on reecelnt of money, and with
every S3 00 order Wt GUARANTEE
a cure or moneBaKaHHMHBHRM
49On account or counterfeits, we have adopted
the Yellow Wrapper, the -only genuine, bold In
Plttsbnrg and guarantees Issued by S. S. Holland,
cor. Sinithiidd and Liberty lis.
Irains Sua by Central Time.
?TortIiwestSytcm Fort Wayne Ron to 1
DtrAKT for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
10a,m7.10 a.m., 1Z20 p.m., 1.00 n.m., 8.15
p. m., 111.80 p.m. ARitrvz from same points : '12.05
a.m., U. 15 ajn., 6UX)a.m., 6J5 ajn. 55p.m..
Depart for Toledo, points intermediate and bevondr
Irom same points: Jl J5 a-m., 65 ajn., -t5.45pjn.
Detaut for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: 6.10 a.m., 7J0 a.m., flO p.m,
11 05p.m. Arrive from same pouits: 550a.m
ilJ5 p.m., 5.55 p.m., f60 p.m.
Detarv for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and BeDaire:
f 6.10 a.m., 10 pjn., 1.10 pjn. Arrive from sam
points : -fSMX) a.m., tl5 p.nu, fOO p.m.
DzrART for New Castle, Erie, Yonngstown, Ashta.
bula, points intermediate and beyond: t7.20 a.m.,
tl2.20 p.m. Arxive from same points: 4L25 p.m..
Depart for New Castle, Jamestown, Yoongstowa
and Niles, f3 45 p.m. Akbive from same poiau :
Dkfart for Yonngstown, li20 pjn. Arrivs bom
Voungstown, 6 45 p.m.
Son thwet System-Pan Unndleltonte
Dbpart for Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, points intermediate and beyond: 1.10 a.m.,
"8JJ0 a.m., 8.45 pjn, 11.15 pjn. Arrive from same
points: 20 a.m., 6.00 a.m., 50p.m.
Depart for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
and beyond: 1.10 a.m., f 12.05 p.m. Akkivs trom
same points: 2.20 a.m., 43.06 pjn.
Detart for Washington, 6.15 a. m., 8J5 aim,
tl-65p. m.,t30p.m., 4.45 p.m., 40 p.m. Axarvs
from Washington, 6.55 a.m., 70 a.m., 50 a.m.,
Depart for Wheeling. 8.30 a.m.. 12.05 n'n..
12.45 p. m.. 16.10 p. m. Arrive from Wheeling,
18.45 a. m.,
preserves the most delicate skin or
the' thinnest fabric Soaps that
smart like a whip's lash aren't you
tired of them? Your poor hands are.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO., - . Chicago,
Lifl We OGcnpy the entire Ijolltiiiifi:
1" Sixth Street,
HENS' AND BOY'S
Clothing on Credit
(Ready-Made & to Order.)
LADIES' CLOAKS & JACKETS,
Watches & Jewelry,
uasn rrices-witnout ecurur.
TERMS: One-third of theamount purchased
must be paid down; the balance in small
weekly or monthly payments. Business
transacted strictly confidential. Opea
daily, from 8 A. M. tp 9 P. U. Saturdays
until u r. at.
The Great XnsIIah Semedy.
Promptly and permanently
cures all forms or Jtervout
matorrhea, Impoteney and
all effect! of Abuse or Ex
cettu. Been prescribed over
SS years In thousands of
cases: Is the only Kdlablt
and Honett Medicine known.
aakdrursiat for Wnnm,
n-f-Tv - ' fnosniODisK: if he offers
some worthless mdleln'" P1"".0. J M. eave "H
dl hnet store, inclose prl"'"''''''. "d we wm
end bvret"m mall, price, one package. (I six,
' On- tMU plmne: H"ll cure. Tamphlet ia
THE WOOD C1IEMICAI, UO
. 1M Woodward avenue, Detroit, Mica.
w"Soll In Plttsbnrir bv
,. " JOS. FLEOTNG & SON,
1,-51-eodwt 4iz Market street.
5,50 p. m.
Pullman Sleeting Cars and Pltxmam Diriho
Cars run throush, last and West, on principal trams
of both Systems.
Local Sleeping Cars runninf to Columbus, Cm
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Stauon
at 9 o'clock p. m.
Tims Tables of Throngh and Local Accommoda
tion Trains of either system, not mentioned above, can
be obtained at 110 Fifth Avenue and Union Station,
Pittsburgh, and at principal ticket offices oi the Penn
sylvania lanes West of Pittsburgh.
Sally. lEx. Sunday. JE- Saturday. VEr. Monday.
JOSEPH WOOD, K A. FORD,
Gtnrtl Xasagsc Ceatrsl f merer igmt
BALTTMORE AND OHIO BAILBOAD
Schedule in effect bept. z. "iasrn Mm
C.. Baltimore. Phila
delphia and Jiew
Tort, 8 CO a m and
BBOfSOaam. U lot
80.80a, (3 30am,
i.v m and
il 10, M ia, 00
SPECIALISTS In all cases re
quiring scientiflo and confi
dential treatment. Dr. 8. K.
Lake,.JI. H. C P. 8., Is the old
est and most experienced spe
cialist In the city. Consnlta-
tinn frnfi find at-rlftl. nnnfl.
uenuai. umce nonrs 9 to and 7 to 8 P. IT.
Sundays, 2 to 4 p. m. Consnlt thorn person
aI1Y'.?rwrlte Doctors Lake, cor. Penn ar.
and Fourth st.. Plttsbnrg, Pa. Jel68tDwfc
SI 60, -sea 13 23a mi
TllO, Jill and iscl
MU..4.,m..lin ,c .. . nn
for Washington, Pa., 7 50, S3 10 and Mam,
4 CO, U 4S. V JO p m.
Jf or Wheeling. 7 20. S3 10 and J3 30 a m, U CO,
7 30, llSpm.
For Cincinnati and Bt. Inls. lata,
17 30 and UIU pm. Jfor Cincinnati 11 Sp m, Sat
For Columbus, "7 SO a m. V SO and 111 a
For Newark, "7 20 a m. 7 30and 11153 pm.
Tor Chlea o. 7 20 a m and "7 30 d m.
Trains arrive from New York. Philadelphia, BaH
tlmore and Washington, t 20 a m. 'I SOD m. From
Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago, 3 SO am. S M
p m. From Wheeling, t 50 and 10 a in. 11 li
Parlor and sleeplngears to Baltimore, Washing
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago.
Dally, dually except Sunday. Sunday only.
ISaturday only. Daliy except Saturday.
The Pittsburg Transfer Company will call for and
check baxgage from hotels and residences upoa
orders left at B. X O. ticket Office, corner FUta
avenue nd Wood street, and 639 smllhoeld street,
J, T. ODELL. CHAS. O. SCULL,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent,
I will send (sealed)
frREE the recipe
hat made a man of
m 1, Mnnnt.fftll trt
cure Varicocele. Lost Vigor and all results of Indls-SlSJl?-Srex5.esse'-.
Address with stamp. "IVM.
BTJTLEU, B 14T, illaraluUl, Mich.
Manhood Restored 1
BXrOEX ASH ATTX& tJSZKO.
the wonderful remedy.
Is sold with a written
guarantee to cure all
nervous diseases, snea
Of Brain Power, Ilea
Lost Manhood, Night
ly Emissions, Nervous,
noss, Laasltnde, all
drains and loss of pow
er ot we generative organs In either sex caused by
sver exertion, youthful errors, or excessive use oi
". UR1UD1 or stimulants whlcn toon lead to
Inflrmlty, Consumption and Insanity. Put np coo
renient to carry In vest pocket. SI per package by
nail; Oforli. Wltnevery$5orderwej(lveawrtttei
tuaranttt to cwrtorrefundthemonev. Circular free
Address Verve Seed Co., Chicago, Ilk
Tor sale In Pittsburg by Jos. Flomlng
Son, druggists, no and ili liarkec st.
ALLEOHENT VALLETBAILWAT CO
Taking effect June 26, 1691, trains wm
leave and arrive at Union station. Pittsburg, east
ern standard time: Buffalo express Leaves at 81M
a. m., 8:50p-ia. (arriving at Bufialo atS:4S p. m.
aad7:S).a. m.): arrives at 7:05 a. m.. :S5p. m. Oil
City and UuBoli express-Leavas 6:00 i. m.. 80 a.
m., 10 p.m.; arrives 1:00. 6:35, lOSO p. n.
lenton Leaves 3:45 p. m. : arrlvea 10:00 a. m. Kit.
tanning-Leaves 9:06 a. m.. 5:00 p. a. t arrive liU
a. m.. 6:&t p. m. Braeburn Leaves 6:50 a. m
11:05 p. m 5JO p. m 6:15 p. m. ; arrives 6:40 a.'
m.. 8:0a. m.. I:i5p. m., 7:40 p. ro. Valley Camp
-Leaves 10:15 a.m.. 2;jo. S:SO, 11:30 p. m.: arrlvea
6:0 a. m.. 12:30, 4:40. 11:40 p. ra. Hulton-Leaves
70 p. m.: arrives 9:3) p. m. Sunday trains Buf.
falo express-Leaves 8:a.m.. 8:50 p. m.t arrives
7i3S a. m 6:35 p. m. Cmlenton-Leaves 9:05 a.m.
arrives 9:15 p. m. Klttannlng Leaves 12:40 p. in. 1
arrives 10:15 p. m. Braeburn Leaves 9:50 p. m.t
arrives 7:10 p. m. Pullman parlor buffet car on
day trains and Pullman sleeping car on.nlght trains
between Pittsburg and Bnffalo. Ticket oflces. No.
110 Fifth av. and Union itatlou.
DAVID 11CCAKQO. JAMES P. ANDERSON.
Qen'IBupt. Gen. Pass. Agt,
Pittbbuko and western sail way
Schedule In effect May IS, 1891 (Central tlmo).
Depot cor Anderson st, and Klver av.. Allegheny.
Depart for Chicago. "JiOO p. re. Solid train witn
Pullman sleeping car. For Kane. Bradford. 17:10
a. m. ForClarlon. t7:l a. m nicon. m. For
Foxburr, 7:loa. m li-.OO, t4:i5p.m. For Buffalo.
Erie, Meadvllie. t7:l0 a. m. For Greenville.
Mercer. OroveCity. t7iMa-in.. :0O p. m. For
Akron. Cleveland, t!:l0a. m l:00p. in. For New
Castle. "Till a. ra., 2:C0. tltw p. m. For Butler.
t6:30. tli1. tt:30 a. ra., 1:00. t4:3. t5:15 p. in.
Trains arrive: From Kahe. tS:iS p. m. : Clarion,
tll: a. m.. 16:45 p. ra.t rcxbUrg. 19:05, tlli30 a.
m.. t6:45j. m.: Erie. tl:50 p. m. : Greenville, Mer
cer, til JO a. m.. tJ:50 n. m.:Axrp. 11:M a.m..
:45p. m.:New Castle, tS.-OS. Ui55a. m.. 6i
p. ro.t Butler. rtO. KM. til :30 a.m., tiO. Kt
p. m. : lrem Chicago, 'ilsi a, m.