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O ZBCJE S S.
a v communications should be addressed to the
Chess Fdltor. I. O. Box 461.
The Pittsburg Chess Club meets at the Pittsburg
Library, Penn avenue.
The Allegheny Causs Club meets at Dr. Miller's
Hall, North arenue, Monday and Thursday even
ings. bobrers who understand the German notation are
xequefeled to use It.
PEOBLEM NO. 243.
Composed for The Dispatch. 1
BT JOHN P. TBACT, CA5TON, 8. DAS.
Black: 8 pieces.
Wa Vrvfr yyy. Wnif
t m m. m
White: 10 pieces.
White mates In three moves.
PEOBLEM NO. 249L
Composed for The Dlspatch.l
IT ItOUEBT H. 6EYMOUK, HOLTOK MASS.
Black: 2 pieces.
White: 9 pieces.
White mates in two moves.
PEOBLEM NO. 250.
First Prize British Mercury Tourney.
BY E. HAIXIWELL, BOLTOJf, ESOLAKD.
Black: 7 pieces.
White: 9 pieces.
White mates in two moves.
END GAME NO. 4L
For Toung Players.
Black: 5 pieces.
White: 5 pieces.
Black to play. Can he win?
GAME NO. 161. VIENNA OPENING.
Played recently between Mr. B.H. Lutton,
of Allegheny Citv, and an amateur.
if w w w
&&?& lMizk IMtrffc rffflffi,
'?& W- WM We&&
Wt vm Wm wMW
pa fm wm up
pe Pi n up
23 5W? W! Pf
8l ag m m
?m wm wm fm,
m mA M m
SL iMa wm mat a w&
Z7W wwa y WZ
H H H II
l asJ s mh?
m m t up
Ji mm wj& WM
gUP yam i& vWi
i 1 i i
I I I I
1 1 i M
ym m w wm
WW WM W3 W
Mi m m m
IP! ffifc W? P
White. Lutton. Black. Amatenr.
1. PK4 P K 4 11. KtiP KQl
2.QKtB3 QKtB312BxP Etl4
3 PB4 PxP 13.QE5 KtKt3
4. K Kt B 3 P K Kt 4 14. Ktxll KtxB
5. BB4 PKt5 15 UxKt BQ3
C. Castles PxKt 1G. Bxl5 P Kt K 2
7. QxP QP.3 17. QltBl KtKt3
8. KtQ5 QQ5ch 18. Q Ktoch KK1
9. K E 1 QxB 19. Exit P R Kt 1
10. PQ3 QQ5 20. P B3 QxQ P
ii3.ii VM?& i
7W5SS ?&"$ VW yAttZ
i&Zm ,h. i?J& m wMi
WM W WM Wfk
m mWA M
z. ! WW WW a WW-
2L EB8 en
2i Kt IS 7 eh
23. QiKt en
24. Q Kt S K K 1
25. Q K 7 Mate. A
Problem No. 242, Q Q L
Pmblem No. 243. Kt Kt L
Problem No. 244, E Q 3.
GAME ENDING NO. 69.
1. E Q 6 ch
GAME ENDING NO. 5L
L White mates in two bv QxKt en, etc
2. White mates in three'by 1 QxKt ch. K K
2; 2QB7ch, etc
3. White mates in five by 1 Q Kt 7 ch. Kx
P; 2 B E Q ch, B in; 3 BxB ch, ETk 4: 4 QKt 3
4. White mates in eicht moves, as follow?
Black. White. Black.
L QxKt ch
KK2 5.QQ2ch KKt5
KQ3 6. PR3ch KR5
KK4 7. QB4ch KE4
QK8 17. QKt3ch KE4
KKt5 8. BKt6mate.
a QxQ ch
Correct solutions to all received from E. E.
Cravmer, Allegheny, and E. McDoapall, eitv.
to Xos. 242, 214. and 50 from U. S. Mackaye.
city: to Xos. 242, 243 and 244 from Otto Wurz
burg. Grand Eapids. Mich.
GAME ENDING NO. 62.
Chance the condition to read after 1 E E7
ch, K Kt 1; 2 E Q Kt 7, RxB, white to play and
and win. No long analysis -will now be
John L. McCutcheon, Esq... will deliver a
lecture at the Allegheny Chess Club on next
Monday evening at 8 p. x.
The Manchester Weekly Timet announces
a contest for two-move problems, which
"will probably close at the endof this month.
The problems must bo original and unpub
lished, and bear a motto; the author's name
must be sealed In a separate envelope, in
dorsed with the motto or mottoes adopted.
Any number of pioblcins may be sent in.
Four prizes are offered, and a special prize
for tho best problem, not otherwise a prize
winner, or any author who has not pre
viously taken a prize in any competition.
Address Chess Editor, Weekly Timet, Man
The tchoolmatler announces Its fourth
tourney for two more problems with three
prizes, entries to be made to editor. It Red
Lion Square, London, E. C England, by De
The award in the Bristol Mercury tourney
has been made by the solvers, as follows:
Three-mover section L, A. Dodd; IL, G.
Hume:IIL, H. Hosey Davis; hon-raentlon,
Rev. J. Jespersen and Mrs. W. J. Baird.
Two-mover section L, E. Halliwell: II., H.
If oey Davis: I1L, P. J. Tucker; hon-men-tion,
The American Chen Monthly for September
has an Interesting biographical sketch of
Mrs. J. C J. Wainwright. Seven problems
ate selected for review, and for the best set
of solutions to these a very valuaDle prize is
offered. Address George IL Walcott, Jr., P.
O. box 3572, Boston, Mass.
Herr E. Lasker arrived in New York on
Thursday, October 6. He has begun a series
of exhibition games at the Manhattan Chess
Club, with which his engagement lasts for
The New York Tribune of last Sunday,
publishes an official account of the annual
Tournaments to be held between Columbia,
Harvard, Yale and Princeton Colleges. The
prize for competition is a silver cup of the
value of $400, made by Tiffany & Co., or
New York, It bears the name and is to be
known as tho inter-Collegiate Challenge
Chess Cup. The aonors of this valuable
gift are W. Bvard Cuttlng.George L. Elves,
P. A. Schermerhorn and M. Orme Wilson,
on the part of Columbia College; P. H.
Butler, John Greenough, James J. Higgin
son, Edward King and fl. W. Poor on the
part of Harvard College;. Cleveland H.
Dodge, on the part of Princeton College.
and F. II. Batts, E. A. Caswell, S. B. Chit
tenden, S. H.Cnapraan, Clmuncey M. Depew,
E. 11 Goodrich, James K. Hill and K. a
Stedman, on the part of lule College.
The tout namen ts will beheldatNew York
City during the winter vacation. The
cup will remain in the possession of
the donors or of the winning team, but in
the latter case an indemnity bond must be
given for its duplicate in case of loss.
Each member of tho winning team shall
receive a medal in commemoration of the
tournament in which he wins; the date and
his name being inscribed thereon. If
the cup shall remain with any one club
for ten successive years it shall become the
property of the corporation of the college
which won it last.
The Washington, (D. a) Chess Club will
shortly hold a handicap tournament. About
20 players will contest lor the prizes.
THE GAME OF DRAUGHTS.
Black men occupy squares
1 to 12; white men squares
a to 32. Black men al
ways move first. "
Checker Headquarters Home Hotel. Dnquesne
way, between Eighth and Ninth streets : at Sam
uel seeds'. 98 Seventh avenue, and Allegheny
Checker Club room, Sterrltt Building, Ohio and
West Diamond streets.
Positions, Problems. Games and Checker News
will at all times be welcome. All communications
to be addressed
P. o. BOX35. east Etd. PrrrsBtjar Pa.
PEOBLEM NO. 1S9-END GAME.
BT W. BEATTIE, LIVEnFOOL, ENOLAaD.
Black 12, 18, 21; king, 28.
wm tm wm fm
mm wwi wn waz
v,i y,yA'jt 'a
Wm. wmt. Walm 'Mm
?& mw. mm wm?a
m wm . mz.
Wliite-30; kings, 19, 31
White to play and draw.
So far as theanthor is aware, the princi
ple involved in the solution of the above
problem has not been recognized prev
iously. If such be the case, we have another
illustration of the power whereby the cen
trally situated pieces may draw a game,
notwithstanding the great disparity in num
erical force. It may bo mentioned that the
method was hit upon quite accidentally at a
stage when it appeared that White had a
lost game Liverpool Mercury,
PROBLEM NO. 100. STROKE.
BT J. WTLLIE, CHAMPION OP THE WORLD.
From West Lothian Courier.
Black-2, 5, 7, 8, 10, 12, 15, 28.
a nti! si
Wm Wm Ci Wm sfa '-!
"Mm Vf'W. WWA WSSt
H iNH KM
YjPA'M WaWA ZfrMi 6ffijA
mm pm ip
wWt Wlli6 WM R Wwift
WM mm. wwb m WM
; wm wm "-' tW
White 13, 14. 17, 20, 21. 23, 24, 32.
"White to move and win.
GAME NO. S63-5WITCHER.
The following game was played in the
second series of the Allegheny checker
tourney between Mr. Benney and Mr. Lamb.
MK. BEKNET'S MOVE.
s e jM?MH
u ai4pi5p isgi
VSJZ'S, nsr7 Vffiyy. 'a
wik wm yfl w&
mWM WM H M
(a. 26, and Black wins easily.
GAME NO. 367 OLD FOTJETEENTH.
The following three crames were played
between E. W. Patterson, of Pittsburg, and
W, H. Cochran, Chairman of the Republican
County Committee, of Mercer, Pa,, on Octo
ber 10, 1892, at headquarters, Home Hotel:
ME. PATTERSON'S MOVE.
C-10 11-151 8-11
22-17 27-23 30-26
13-22 17-22! 11-15
28-17 31-26 T6-22
1518 22-31 15-19
1713 3: 27 2318
3017 31-24 12-19
23-14 M-10 20-16
11-15 8-11 3- 8 12-19 23-19 11-15
23-19 26-13 30-26 22-17 8-3 20-16
8-11 9-14 9-13 18-22 1916 15-24
22-17 SI-28 19-16 27-23 3- 8 28-19
4-8 6-9 12-19 22-31 1612 1822
17-13 IS 6 23-16 23-16 8 3 25-18
15-18 2 9 13-17 31-28 5- !l 14-23
24-20 26-2 22-13 16-12 53-25 16-11
11-15 16 8-12 20-23 15-18 716
2821 32-280 25-22 12- 8 2419 S 7c
(c) We have the following beautiful posi
tion, we give on diagram below:
White 13, 17, 19, 2ls king, 7.
Black-6, 9, 10, 16, 23; king, 12.
Black to move and draw.
9-14, 7-1L a 16-20. 11-7. 20-24. drawn.
(a) 17-2. 2327, 2-18. 16-23, drawn.
Mr. Cochran varied here, and Mr. Patter
son overlooking the old trap, was caught
napping. For the benefit of the learner we
give tno piay.
-13 1 14-1? I 17-25
I W. wins.
.J'M6!18 and forces white baok Into
the old pathway.
) VARIATION B.
. mS?.1?. leave8 tbe beaten path, but
thlf time, to his sorrows and In ploying the
vMi mm7 ymr wk
J HP WmW,
wk mk Wk B
game the beginner does' well to take heed,
for after 30-26 there is no recovery.
6-9 23-16 1 10-17
19-16 I 1417 I 16-Ia
12-19 I 21-14 I ,17-21
24-19 I 18-25
19-10 B. wins.
24-8 1 21-14 I 27-24
3-19 I 9-2S I 25-30
GAME NO. 36S.-WHITE DYKE.
An interesting test game, played between
two members of the North End (Liverpool)
Club, Mr. E. Clark and Mr. W. Sculthorpe,
and contributed to the Liverpool Mercury.
Mr E. Clark's move.
11-15 11-15 12-16 10-17 g 1822 30-26
22-17 2S-24 23-21 3-26 17-14 19-16
8 It 69 18 22-31 1 23-18 1115
17-14 ' 30-26 d 22-17 25-21 14-10 6- 2
10-17 2- 6 9-13 17-22 11-15 28-23
21-14 21-19 e 23-19 32-28 108 27
9-18 a 8-11 16-23 3128 15-19 23-19
23-14 J9 10 20-1 24-20 24-15 18-12
4- 8 l6-15 f 13-22 26-23 18-11 22 J5
2S-23 20-22 16-12 2724 28-24 29-22
1518 c 3 8 6-10 22-28 26-30 15-18
24-20 31-26 12 2117 24-19 Bwlns
fai In the English championship tourna
ment of 1891 Richmond, having black,
played 6-10, when Beattie won by the stroke
32-23. The game presented above is one of
a series in which Messrs. Soulthorpe and
Clark endeavored to ascertain what were
(b) By this exchange black merges the
game into one or the "standard openings,
vide "Maid ot the Mill" in Spayth's "Ameri
can Draught Player." The student would
ao well to examine closely the points which
follon, the combinations being very fine,
instructive and easily grasped. White
might here very naturally play 24-19, 15-24,
S.'-28; but black would then continue 9-13,
and effect a paralytic stroke. .
(c) If 12-16 instead, the answer would be
24 19, 16-2i, 20-16, 11-20,25-21, winning.
(d) The novice will soon discover why
white may not take the stroke as shown in
tne preceding note.
(e) A tricky juncture.
(!) Had he taken the other way, then 25-23
brings an even game.
(g) The game, Mr. Clark says, is a forced
win from this poiut,and corrects the "Amer
ican Draught Player."
ALLEGHENY OHECKER TOUBNEY.
BEJfNEY, TOE LIBRARIAN, AKD HARRISOK TIE
POB FIKST AND SECOND PLACE.
This touniameutlvHsended, with the Above
tied for first and second place, and Barr and
Lamb tied for third and fourth place; these
ties will be played off this evening, and will
be in Saturday's issue of The Dispatch. We
give below the results of each series, which
are as follows:
..Lamb 1 Barr
..Kenney 1 Wiseman.
..Harrison 2 Otterson ..
3 Barr 2 Otterson. .
4 Benney 2 1 amp
4 Harrison 2 Wiseman.
. Barr 4 Benney....
..Harrison 2 Lamb
..Otterson 0 Wiseman .
5 Lamb 0 Wiseman .
.Barr 2 Wiseman 1
.Lamb ...2 Otterson 1
,. Benney 4 Harrison 0
THE WOKLD'S FAIR TOTJKNEY.
PRESIDENT HOPKINS, OF THE CHICAGO CLTJB,
SATS THE PRIZE MONET ISSECCRED.
The following letter by President Hopkins
in tho American Checker Review will set at
rest nil doubts as to the prize money lor the
checker tournament. The following will
throw tho success or failure of the congress
and tournament on the checker players
themselves We hope all interested will at
once communicate with the committee ap
pointed. President Hopkins' letter is as fol
lows: To the Checker Players of the World:
In the outlined progiamme of the World's
Fair Checker Committee of the Chicago
Chess and Checker Club presented to you
through the Am-rican Checker Review and
other checker periodicals and publications
on the 1st day oi June last, there appear the
following paragraphs: "Tbiee thousand dol
lars in prizes to be paid to the winners at
the close of the tournament, as follows:
Professional class, $1,500, as follows: First,
$500: second, $300; third $250; fourth, $200; firth,
$150: sixth, $100.
"Semi-professional class, $1,000, as follows:
First, $250; second, $200; third, $150: fourth.
$100; fltth,$50: sixth, $50; seventh, $50; eighth,
$50; tenth, $50.
JllUtticui vkBB ffuu, 119 luuun B. f lisi,9iuu;
second, $50; third, $50; tourth, $50: fifth, $50;
sixth, $25: seventh, $25; eighth, $25; ninth, $25;
tenth, $25; eleventh, $25; twelfth, $25; thir
"In addition first prize winners in each
class will be given an appropriate medal.
"Some checker players have very kindlv
offered to mace donations of money to this
committee in furtherance of this great en
terprise. Such donations will be thankfully
received. Others who desire to make dona
tions will please notifv this committee on or
be lore September 1, 1892, so that these dona
tions may be considered in lormulating the
final programme by increasing the amount
of prizes, cost of medals, etc."
This time was extended by the committee
on September 1 last to December 1, 1892, as
wen as the time ior completing tno outlined
It will be remembered that the cause of
this postponement, as stated by the com
mittee, was general lack of Interest on the
part of checker players in the tournament
as evidenced by the general failure on their
part to write Mr. T. A. Peters, the Secretary
of tho committee at suite 9, 159 Washington
street, Chicago, their views with relerence
to the outlined programme and suggestions
as to changes and modifications therein and
as to taking part in the tournament.
This tailure on the part of checker playors
leuds me to the calling of their attention to
the following paragraph which appeared in
the outlined progiammo of the committee
under the date of June 1 last:
"This committee will assume that plavers
who do not so notify it of their intentions to
play, will not play, and should there be a
general lack ot Intel est in this regard, the
congress and tournament will not be held,
and notice of tho abandonment will be
given out for publication on September L
1892, in checker periodicals and publi
cations." The committee instead of abandoning the
tournament programme on September 1, by
leason of tue general lack of interest as
stated, extended tho time for the completion
of outlined programme to December L 1392,
in the hope that the checker players of the
world, or a sufficient number of them, would
notlly the committee, through its secretary,
01 their intention to play in the tournament,
etc., on or befoio December L 1892, so that
tho tournament would be held. Since this
postponement, Horn correspondence ie
ceived, the prospects are flattering that a
sufficient numDcr of checker players ot the
the world will notily this committee on or
before December 1 next of their intentions
to take part in the tournament, to insure at
that time a decision in favor of holding the
toui namen t.
The writer respectfully requests each and
every checker player of the world who leels
an interest in the holding of this meat
checker tournament and checker congress
and who will take part in it, to write this
committee through its secretary, so that the
letters will be received on or before Decem
ber L 1892, not only the fact that they will
play, but their opinions with reference to
the piograuime for holding the tournament,
to enable the committee to formulate a pro
gramme which will as nearly as possible, be
satisiactory to all.
In this connection the writer invites the
attention or all checker players to the out
lined programme of the committee which
appealed 111 the June number or the Ameri
can Ch cker Review and in other checker peri
odicals and publications.
bhould the committee decide on December
1 next to hold the tournament and congress,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
THIS INK IS MANUFACTURED
J. HARPER BONNELL CO.,
which decision will only be made from cor
respondence received and not from hearsay,
however direct, as stated by the committee
in its notice of postponement on September
L a substantial and satisfactory guaranty
for the prompt payment of the $3,000 in
prizes will appear in the'flnal programme,
which was fully provided for by the writer
befoi e the issuance by tin committee of the
outlined programme of June 1 last.
All donations outside of Chicago will be
used "in increasing the amounts of prizes,
cost ui lueuais, etc" as stateu uy tuo uuiu-,
mittee in the outlined progiamrae of June 1
Harvet L. Hopkins,
October L 1892.
'CHECKEE ITEMS OF INTEEEST.
Mr. II. F. McAteer is going to Chicago on
Tuesday as the guest of his uncle, who is
one ot the World's Fair Commissioners for
Pennsylvania, and will be gone for one
week. We have no doubt he will be around
La Salle and Washington street and try
his hand against Hefter, Denvir, Head Crow
ell and many others. We hope that he will
not have to wind nn with the worthy Presi
dent, as he only plays as a consolation after
the visitor has been defeated by the other
, Mr. Wyllie's scores in Glassrow are still re
markable. Games played, 479; he has won
423, lost 2, drawn 54.
There are a few difficulties In the way of
the Scottish National tournament to decide
the Scottish championship owing to the
Lanarkshire Association having James
Ferrle, tho present champion, asa member,
being un willing toentenbuttheystand ready
to baok Mr. Ferile against any one who dis
putes the title.
Mr. Lyman M. Stearns, Checker Editor of
the Derry News, Is about to issue a small
checker uork entitled "Selected Situa
tions." Orders for this little work are now
being booked by the author, Derry depot,
Part fourth of volume 2, of Kear's reprint,
of Drummond, is to hand, and Is truly got up
In the ideal form of a checker book. For
full particulars address H. F. McAteer, 177
Cliff street, Pittsburg, Pa.
Messis. Jordan and Fraser, champions re
spectively of Edinburgh.and Dundee, play a
mittchnext mouth lorastukeof 20. Twenty
games on the same principle as theSearight
McKelvle match, will decide the contest,
which is arranged to be played in Dundee.
SHOWING FOR OIL WELLS.
Tools In the Sand in Several Localities, and
OH in Most of the Holes New Territory
Opened in Northern SlstersviUe Other
There was a slight decline yesterday in
the estimated production of the McDonald
field. Greenlee & Forst's No. 2 Noble hei rs
was dropped from the list as it was making
less than 20 barrels an hour.
The Wheeling Gas Company's No. 1 on
the N. G. Cook farm, was reported to be in
the Gordon sand yesterday afternoon, and
filling up with oil. It is located on the same
tarm as Connors & Co's. venture which came
in good a lew days ago. Their No. 3 on the
Robbins farm which wasreported dry in the
fifth, has been rigged up for pumping and
will make a small pumper.
The Peoples Gus Company's No. 156 on
the McMurray farm, norcli ot Oakdale, was
reported last evening to be seven bits in the
fifth sand, and without a showing of oil.
Their well on the Miller property, down
near Willow Grove, which was dry in the
Gordon, may reach the filth to-day. This
company is drilling five wells for gus in the
Milltown district. None or them will be in
the sand for at least ten days.
Tho Porter Oil Company's No. 5 on the
Miller & McBride tarm, below Laurel Hill,
was on top of the sand la3t night, and will
be drilled in this morning.
Tno Forest Oil Company was drilling its
No. 4 on the McClelland farm deeper into
the fifth sand yesterday afternoon. It was
making 30 barrels an hour.
Their well on the Turner farm, cast or
Oakdale, will probably be finished up next
In the Milltown region they expect to
finish up their well on tne Caldwell farm to
il uy or to-morrow. Their wells on the Eyan,
Hamill and Snively larnis are due next
week. John M. Patterson has a one-half in
terest in all ot these wells.
Tho Devonian Oil Company's No. 8 Elliott,
north of McDonald, has been cased through
the 100-foot and will be in the Gordon sand
to-day. No. 9 on the Elliott is due Monday,
as is tneir jno. u on tue i. u. r.uou larui.
Their No. 2 on the Wettengel has been
cased; Nos. 3 and 4 are in the salt sand and
No. 5 is being started. Their No. 3 on the
McDonald Bros, farm is down 1,500 feet,
Unilercllft and Sistersville.
Undercliff J. M. Patterson & Sohn's well
on tho Erhuientrout farm will get the 30-
foot, the pay sand, to-morrow,
Thev will case their well on the Zucker
farm to-day. and their well on the Teresa
Klltz 1 arm is down 400 feet.
Jenninss & Co. are down 1.200 feet on the
Fisher Bros, are starting a couple of wells,
one on the Martin, and the other on the Sill
Unknown parties are starting a well at
the Hunter ice house, and a well is being
started on the Klouse larm by unknown
Up at Heckert station, half way between
Wildwood and Brush Creek, Egbert & Co.
are drilling in the 100-foot on the llecke.t
farm. They got a showing of oil in the top
01 the sand.
Guckart & Steele were drilling in a well
yesterday on the Gardner farm in the Gar
vin pool, south ot Evans City. It w as show
ing for a L-ood producer.
Sistersville The Emery Oil Company's
test well on the "Whitten larm, and located
north of everything, is in the sand and show
ing for a good welL It is on the Ohio side
ot the 1 lver, and occasioned considerable
Hervey Bros. & Kelly's well, on the Stew
art farm, on the West Virginia side, is in the
sand auu snowing ior a weu.
Mike Silk, his wife and Mrs. Gross, of
Warren, Pa., who have been visiting B. F.
Bartlett and wife, of Forbes street, returned
home yesterday. For many years Mr. Silk
was a passenger conductor on the Oil Creek
road, in the palmy days of oildom, and is
well known to all old-timers. Ho has since
made a fortune in tbe oil business.
P. C. Boyle, of the Oil City Dtrnck, was on
Fourth avenue yesterday afternoon and
grasped the hand of many a pioneer whom
he first met in years gone by.
A. F. Denniston, the glycerine man, has
Just returned from a trip through17 States.
He waB impressed most with tne political
activity in New York, and he says the Demo
crats seem to be afraid of treachery in their
The production of McDonald was 20,500
yesterday, 500 less than the day before.
The hourly gauges jjof the largest wells at
McDonald yesterday were as follows:
Forst & GroenleeVNo. C Marshall, 33; J. M.
Guffey's No. 5 Shane, 25: Forest Oil Com
pany's No. 4 McClelland, 25. The estimated
production was 20,500; stock in field, 47,000.
The runs from the Sistersville field were
Runs and Shipments TVednesay.
The Wednesday runs of the National Tran
sit Company .were 31,331; shipments, notin;
Southwest runs from McDonald were 14,264;
outside of McDouald, 3,9.5; total, 23,189;
Buckeye Pipe Line runs from the Macks
burg field, 7,317; shipments, none. Bucko jo
runs or Lima oil, 46,129: shipments, on the
lltli, 61,610; on the 12ch, 47,721; Eureka Pipe
Line runs, ll,368;shipments, 2,216; Southern
l'ipe Line shipments, October 11, 7,716; 12th,
18,870; New York Transit shipments, October
11, 28, 108; 12th, 31,081.
The Western and Atlantic Lines ran 3,511
barrels Wednesday; shipments, 2,341.
Tlw runs of the W. L. Mellon lines on
Wednesday were 6,739; teceipts from other
lines, 1,662, total receipts, 8,102; shipments.
The Tidewater Pipe Line runs Tuesday
were 4,321: total, 33,957; average. 3,087. Buns
Wednesday were 2,174; total, 36,131; average,
3,010; shipments, none; total, 61,198 barrels.
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PATFNTQ O. D.LEVIS (next Leader)
"M I Cll I O. isi Fifth av., Pittaburg, ?
Twenty years solicitor.
wanamaKer & Brown
In Effect June 12, 1892.
Trains will leave Union Station, Pittsburg
as follows (Eastern Standard Time):
- MAIN LINE XASTWAKD.
Pennsylvania Limited or Pullman Vestibule Cars
dally at 7:15 a. m.. arriving at Harrlsburjratl:53
p. m Philadelphia 4:M p. m.. itew York 7:00
i. m., Baltlmore4:40p.m.,Washlnirton5:I5p.m.
Keystone Express dally at 1:20 a.m., arriving at
Harrlsburr 8:25 a. m.. Baltimore 11:15 a. m..
Washington 12:20 p. m.. Philadelphia Ui25 a. m..
New York 2:00 p.m.
Atlantic Express dallr at 3:30 a. m.. arriving at
Harrlsburr 10:30 a. m Philadelphia 1:25 p. m..
Kew York 4:00 p.m.
Harrlsburr Accommodation dallr. except Sunday,
5:25 a. m.. arrlvlnr at Harrlsburr 2:50 p. m.
Day Express daily at 8:00 a. m.. arrlvlnr at Har
rlsburr 3:20 p. m., Philadelphia 6:50 p.m.. New
York 9:85 p. m., Baltimore 6:45 p. m., Washlnr-
ton 8:15 p.m.
'Mall train Sunday only, 8:40 a. m., arrlvej Harrls
burr 7:00 D. m.. Philadelphia 10:55 d. m.
Mall ExpresJ dally 12:50 p. m.. arrlvlnr at Harrls
burr 10:00 p. m connecting at Harrlsburr for
Philadelphia Express dally at 4:30 p. m arrlvlnr
at Harrisbnrr 1:00 a. m Philadelphia 4:25 a, m.,
ana New York.:10a. m.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m. daily, arrlvlnr Har
rlsburr 2:10 a. m., Baltimore 6:20 a. m., Wash
ington 7:30 a. m.. Philadelphia 5:05 a. m, and
Past Line, dally at8:10 p. m., arrlvlnr at Harrls
burr 3:30 a. m., Philadelphia 6:50 . m., New
York9:30a.'m Baltimore 6:20 a.m.. Washing
ton 7:30 a. in.
All through trains connect at Jersev city with
boats of "BrooklTB Annex" for Brooklyn. If .Y..
avoiding double ferriage and Journey through New
Johnstown Accom.. except Sunday.. 3:40 p. ra
Greensburr Accom., 11:30 p. m week days; 10:31
p. in. bundays. Greensburg Express 5:15 p. m..
exceat Sunday. Derry Express 11:00 a. m ex
cept sunaay. y
Wall Accom.. 5:25, 6:00, 7:40. 8:35, 8:50, 9:40, 10:30.
11:00 a. m., li:15. 12:50. 1:20. 2:30, 3:40. 4:00, 4:50.
5:15, 6:00.0:45.7:25 9:00, 10:20. 11:30 p. m.. 12:10
nigh!, exceptMonday. Sunday, 8:40, 10.30 a. m..
12:25. 12:50. 2:30. 4:30. 5:30. 7:&', 9:30, 10:30 p. m.
and 12:10 night.
TV'llklnsburr Accom.. 5:23. 6:00, 6:15. 6:43. 7:00,
7:25, 7:40, 8:10. 8:35, 8:50. 9:40. 10:30, 11:00, 11:10 a.
m.. 12:01, 12:15. 12:30, 12:50, 1:20, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30
8:15. 2:40. 4:00. 4:10, 4:25, 4:15. 4:50. 5:00. 5:15, 5:30,
5:45, 6:00. 6:M, 6:43. 7:25. 8:20. 9:00. 9:45. 10:20,
11:00, Ili30 p. m. week-davs, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. Sunday. 5:3). 8:40. 10:30 a. m..
12:25. 12:50. 1:30. 2:30. 4:30, 5:30, 7:20, 9:00, 9:30,
10:30 p. m., 12:10 night. i
Braddock Accom.. 5:25. 6:00, 6:15. 6:45, 7.00, 7:25,
7:40, 8:00, 8:10, 8:35, 8:50. 9:40. 10:30. 11:00. 11:10,
a. m.. 12:01, 12:15. 12:30, 12:50. 1:3). 1:30. 2:00, 2:30,
3:15, 3:40, 4:00, 4U0, 4:25. 4:30, 4:35. 4:50, 5:00, 5:15.
5:30. 5:45. 6:10. 6:20. 6:45. 7:25. 8:20, 9:00. 9:4.5. 10:20
11:00, 11:30 p. m. wcek-davs, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday. Sunday, 5:30, 8:00, 8:40, 10:30 a.m..
12:25, 12:50, 1:3a 2:30, 4:30, 5:30, 7:20, 9:00, 9:30.
10:30 p. m., 12:10 night.
SOUTHWEST PENN KAUVWATT.
For Unlontown 5:25 and 8:35 a. m., 1:20 and 4:25 p.
ON AND AFTER MAY 25, 1S91.
For Monongahela City. West Brownsville and
Uniontown. 10:40 a. m. For Monongahela City
and West Brownsville. 7:33 and 10:40 a. m., and
4:50 p. m. On Sunday, 8:55 a. m. and 1:01 p. m.
For Monongahela Citv only. 1:01 and 5:50 p. m.
week-days. Dravosburr Accom.. 6:00 a.m. and
3:20 p. m. week days. West Elizabeth Accom.
8:35 a.m.. 4:15, 6:30. and 11:35 p. m. Sunday.
9:40 p. m.
WEST PINNSYXYANIA DIVISION.
OS AND AFTER JtNE 23, 1892.
From FEDERAL STREET STATION, Allegheny
For Sprlngdale, week-days. 6:20. 8:45. 9:25. 10:40.
11:50 a. m.. 1:30. 2:23, 4:00. 5:00. 5:45. (1:10. 6:20.
8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Sundays. 12:35 and 9:30
For Butler, week-days, 6:20. 8:45, 10:40 a. m.. 3:15
and 6:10 p.m.
For Freeport. week-days. 6:55, 8:45. 10:40 a.m.,
3:i5, 4:on. s:ou, o:iu. iv.su ana JiMup. m. sun
days 12:35 and 9:80 p. m.
For Apollo, week-days. 10:40 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.
For Paulton ana Blalrsville. week-days, 6:5j a. m.,
3:15 and 10:30 p.m.
J9-The Excelsior Barrage Express Company
will call for and check baggage from hotels and
residences. Time cards and full Information can
be obtained at the ticket offices No, 110 Fifth ave
nue, corner Fourth avenue and Try street and
CHAS. E. PTJGH. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. Gen'l Pass'r Agent.
From Pittsburgh Union Station.
Irains Son by Central lime.
Northwest System Fort Wayne Route
Dxpakt for Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
1.20a,m.,7.10 a.m., 12J20 p.m., 1.00 p.m 8.4o
p. nu, jll.30 pjau sjAwtrvj; from same points : 12.0S
a.m. 11.15 ajn..B.00ajn.. 6J5 ajn., 5.55p.m.,
Depart for Toledo, points intermediate and beyond:
trom same points: fl.15 a.m., 6.35 a.m., -f6.4op.rn.
Dxfart for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: fS.10 a.m., 7.10 a.m., fl.30 pjo,
11.05p.m. Arrive from same points: 550a.m ,
tl-55 p.m., 5.55 p.m., -(6.50 p.m.
DzrAKT for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Bellaire:
t6.10a.m., f 1.80 p.m., J-1.10 p.m. Arrtvr from same
Depart for New Castle, Erie, Youngstown, Ashta
bula, points intermediate and beyond: v7.20 a.m.,
t!2.20 p.m. Arkzvx from same points: fL2S ipja.,
18.4U p.m. -
Depart for New Castle, Jamestown, Youngstown
and Niles, f3.45 p.m. Akrivk from same points:
Depart for Youngstown, 1ZZ0 p jn. Arrive from
Youngstown, 6.45 p.m.
Son th-west System-Pan Handle Ronte
Depart for Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
Louis, points intermediate and beyond: 1.10 a.nu,
'830 a.m.; 8.45 p.nu, '11.15 p.m. Arrive from same
Depart for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
and beyond: '1.10 a.m., -fl2.0o p.m. Arrive from
same points: 2.20 a.m.,f3.05 p.m.
Depart for Washington. -p5.15 a. m., -f8-35 a. m
fl.55p. m. ,13.80p.m., f4.45p.ro. ,40 p.m. Arrive
from Washington, 46.55 a.m., f7.5o a.m., t8.50 a.m.,
DsrAitT for Wheeling, 8.80 a. m., t!2.05 n'n.,
2.45 p. m., 46.10 p. m. Arrive from Wheeling,
18.45 a. nu, f3.05 p. m. 5.50p.m.
Pullman Sleeting Cars and Pollman Dihtng
Cars run through. East and West, on principal trains
of both Systems.
Local Sleeping Cars rnnnmg to Columbus, Gn
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station
at 9 o'clock p. m.
Tiue Taeles of Through 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 of tbe Penn-
sy ivaiua amines v est oi riKsourgn.
Dallr. Ex. Sunday. tEx. Saturday. TOx. Monday.
JOSEPH WOOD, K. A. FORD,
Gnertl hxaartr Gutrsl lustier Irrat.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO BAILBOAD
Schedule In effect Sept. j, 1882. Euttm thne,
.A. for Washington. IX
v.. Haitimore, Phila
delphia and New
8M,'8 00am, ti mJ
9 28 pm.
6 to. 00. 3 30 a m!
JI 10, 4 IS, Ji W an)
i6W,8 0). St 30a mi
h 10, i 1$ and ii 04
For Mfc PlfAssnt
tt M and JS 00 a m; tl 10, M IS and is 00 p m.
4 00. MIS. nSODin
xor n KimuKion, jra., ' at, yi juana fv 99 m.
For Wtif dime. V 20. 18 10 and $9 30 a m.
t w. 111:00 p m.
For Cincinnati and St. Louis. 7 20 a m.
V SO and lt 85 p ra. For Cincinnati 11 55 p in, Sat
For Columbus. "7 SO a m. IT 30 and 111 SI
For Newark. "7 30 a ra, 7S0and 11155 pm.
For Chicago. "7 a am and "7 30 p m.
Trains. arrive from New York, Philadelphia. Bal
timore and WashluKtou, t So a m. t SO d ra. From
Columbui, Cincinnati and Chicago, SO a m. 8 40
) m. From Wheeling, "S 60 and 'it 43 a ra. t4 U,
7 SSand'S 40 pm.
Parlor and tlceplnir ears to Baltimore, Washing
ton, Cincinnati and Chlcato.
Dallv. tUaily except Sunday. Sunday only.
(Saturday only. IDally except Saturday.
The Plttihurfr Traaifer Company villi call for and
check bara-age from hotels and residences upon
orders left at B. et O. ticket office, corner Fifth
avenue and Wood street, and 639 Smlthdeld street.
J. T. ODELL. CHAS. O. SCULl
General Manager. tien. Pau. Agent.
A LLF.GHENT VALLEY RAILWAY CO-
J.X. JiKinc enect jnne 28. ids. traina
leave aud arrive at TTntnn at&tion. Plttsburr. east
ern standard time: Buffalo express Lcave at 8:31
a. m., tiSop. m. (arrinnK at Buffalo att:4Sp. m.
and 7:20 a. in.)i arrives at 7:05 . in.. 0:85 p. m. Oil
City and lluBob expreaa-Leaves 0:00 a. m., S:20 a.
m.. IpO p. ta. : arrives 1M. 6:33, 10:20 p. m. Km
lenton Leaves 3:43 p. m. ; arrives 10:14 a. m. Ttlt-tannlng-Leaves9:06a.
m.. 8:00 p. m. : anireitiU
a. m., 5:35 p. m. Braeburn Leaves 6:50 a. m..
12:06 p. m 6:30 p. m., 6:16 p. m.; arrives 6:40a.
m.. 8:05 a. m.. I:4Sp. m., 7:40 p. in. Valley Camp
Leaves 10:15 a.m., 2:0. S:S0. 11:30 p. m. : arrives
6:40a. m., 12:30. 4:40, H:to p.m. Hulton Leaves
7:60 p. m.: arrives 9:30 p. m. Sunday trains Buf
falo express-Leaves 830 a.m.. 8iS0p. m. arrives
75 a. m.. 6:33 p. m. Emlentoa-Leaves 9:03 a.m.;
arrives 9:15 p. m. Klttanntng Leaves 12:40 p. m. ;
arrives IOHS p. m. Braeburn Leaves 0:M p.m.:
arrives 7:10 p. m. Pullman parlor buffet car on
day trains and Pullman sleeping- car on night trains
between Pittsburg and Buffalo. Ticket offices. No.
110 Fifth av, and Union station.
DAVID McCAKGO, JAMES P. ANDEBSON.
Gen-lSuBt. Pen. Pass. Agt.
Pittsbukg and western bail way
Schedule in effect Mar 15, lWt (Central time).
Depot ear Anderson St. and River av.. Allegheny.
Depart for Chicago, 2ico p. m. Solid train wltn
Pullman' sleeping ear. Fof Kane, Bradford. t7il
a. m. For Clarion. t7:10 a. m., tltCO p. m. For
Foxbnrg. ilo a. ra., t2:00, t4:2Sp. m. For Buffalo,
Eric Meadrlile. t7:lo a. m. For Greenville.
Mercer. Grove City. t7il0 a. m.. tJiOO 1. m. For
Akron. Cleveland, t7:10a. m.. 2:60p. m. For New
Cutle. f7ill a. m., 2i00, tli5 p. m. For Butler,
t6:SO. 7:10. ttdOa. m.. 2:Ml t4:3. :15p.m.
Trains arrive: From Kane. tti4S p. m. : Clarion.
tll:30 a. ra M:45p. m.: Fclburr. rt:06. tll:30 a.
m.. t6:43j. m.; Erie. tt:50p. m. : Greenville. Mer
cer, till) a. m.. ft:50 d. j.iAim. 'IliJS a. m..
M:p. m.iNew Castte. :. ll65a. m.. "Si
PITTSBURG AND LASS HIfi RAILitOAfl
Company. Schedule la effect May 15. 1835,
Central time. Depart For Cleveland. 8.oo a.nu.
1.55. 4.20. 9.45 p. m. For Cincinnati. Chicago aul
Bt. Louis. 1.85, 9.45 p. m. For Buffalo. 8.00 a. m.
4.20, 9.43 p. m. For Salamanca. 8.00a. m.. 'I.5.0
0.45 p. m. ForYonngstown and New Castle. 6-no.
8.HI. 11.33 a. m.. '1.65. 3.30; 4-20. 9.15p. m. Fof
Bearer Falls. 6.00. 7.00, Voo. 11.80 .m., '1.55, 3. an
4.20. 6.20. "9.45 p.m. For Ohartlers. 15.10. 5.S
.CO. 6.45. 7.C0. 7.37, -SO. 18.0O. 8.30. .lO, 11.3?
111.45 a. m 12.10. 1.00, 2.00. 1.30, 4.05, 14.20. '4. 25,
.10. 5.20, 8.00. 19.45. 10 p. m.
ARRIVE-From Cleveland. "8:30 a. m.. 120
1:15. "7:30 p. m. From Cincinnati, Chloago and St.
Louis. '8:30 a. m.. 12:30, ViK p, m. From Bur.
falo. 6:30 a. m.. 12:30. t :30 p. m. from Salamanca,
6:30, '10:00 a. m.. 7:S0p. in. From Youngstowa,
and New Castle. 8:30, 57:25, '100 a. m., 12ao
5:15, "7:30, 9:30 p. m. From Beaver Fall, 5:206:30.
7:25, '10:00a. m.. 'U:X. 1:20, 8:15. TtfO, 9:30p. m,
P..C. . Y. trains for Mamleld. 7:37a.m.. 12:U,
4:05 p. m. For Esplsn and Beecfamon 7:37 a. m.v
4:06 p. m.
P.. C. 4 Y. trains from Mansfield. 7:31. 11:50s.
m., 2:37 p. m. From Beechmont. 7:31. 11:50 a. a.
P., McS. 4 Y. R. B. Depart For New Haven,
3:20 a. m.. '3:00 p. m. For West Newton, 1:20 a.
m.. "3:fO. 5:25 p. m.
Arrive-From New Haven. 9:00a. m.. '4)07 p.
m. From West Newton. 6:35. "SiOO a. m., 4:o7
For McKeesport, EUiaoeth. Monongahela City
and Belle Vernon. :40, 11:05 a. a., '4:00 p. m.
From Belle Vernon, Monongahela City. Elisa
beth and McKeesport, 7:40 a. nu, 17:55, 5iOS p. m.
'Dally, isoxtdays only, To and from New
City Tlekt Office. 639jnitMW IclfilMsV
WHITE STAB LINE.
For Queenstown and Liverpool.
Royal and United States Mall Steamers.
Majestic Oct. 19, 3 pml'MaJestle, Nov. 16. 2pm
Germanic. Oct. 20. 9 amGerm'C Nov. 23. 8 am
Teutonic. Nov. 2, 2pm Teutonic, Nor: 30, 2 pnx
Britannic. "ov.9.9:30 a inlBrltannlc. Dec. 7, 8 am
From White Star dock, foot of West Tenth street.
Second cabin on these steamers. Saloon rates.
50anduDward. Excursion tickets on favorable
terms, second cabin. $40 and 145. Steerage front
or to the old country, 2u.
White Star drafts payable on demand in an the
principal banks throngnont Great Britain. Apply
toJOHN J. MCCORMICK. 639 Smlthfleld street,
Pittsburg, or 11. MA ITLAND KHJtSEY, General
Agent. 29 Broadway, N. X. ocI4-d
Steamers Leavo New York Every Saturday
For Glasgow via Londonderry!
Rates for Saloon Passage.
By S. S. CITTT OF SOME, SoO and upward,
i according to accommodation and location
of Room. Second Cabin. 830.
On other Steamers. Cabin. S45 aud upwards.
Second Cabin. 830. steerage. S19.
Passengers booked at through rates to or from any
city In Great Britain or on the Continent.
Drattn n London o'd at Lowest lutes.
Book of information, tonrs and sailing lists fur
nished on application to Agents.
HEXDERbON BROTHERS, 7 Bowling Green. 2.
T.. or J. J. MCCORMICK. 6J9SmIthfieldst Pitts
burg. F. M. SEMPLE, 110 Federal St.. Allegheny.
KOTAL MAIL. STEAMSHIP
GLASGOW to PlTlXAOEfcPIHA
via DEKRY and GAL WAY. Tne most di
rect route from Scotland and North and
Hiddle of Ireland.
Intermediate, 830. Steerage, S19.
, MC - AaVIVAIII X,I3EJ
LI II El. J STEAMSHIPS.
SEW YORK ami GLASGOW
via Londonderry every Fortnight.
Oct. 20 State of California 10 a. k.
Not. 10. State of Nebraska 9 a. x.
Nov. 24 State of California. 8 a.m.
Cabin, $40. Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, $19.
Apply to J. J.McCOKMICK, 639T5mithfleld st,
814 J'KNN AVENTJE, !ITlSlJUKO, FA.
As old residents know and back flies ot
Pittsbunr pacers prove, is the oldest estab
lished and most prominent physician in tli
city, devoting specialattentiontoallchronis
SSSSNO FEE UNTIL CURED
sponsible Mpnwrjl Q and mental dis
persons Vt L. II V UUO eases, physical da
cay, nervous debility, lacfe of energy, ambi
tion and hope, Impairedmetnory, disordered
sight, self distrust, bashfulness, dizziness,
sleeplessness, pimples, eruptions, impover
ished blood, failing powers, organic weak
ness, dyspepsia, constipation, consumption,
unfitting theperson for business, sneietyand
marriage, permanently, safely and privately
rt. BLOOD AD SKNSS'
eruptions, blotches, falIinghalr,bone,pains,
ulandnlar BweUiniis, ulcerations of tlis
tongue1, month, throat, ulcers, old sorei, ara
cured lor life, and blood poison3 thoroughly
eradicated lrom I IDIM A DV kidneyand
the oystem. UnillrtM I j bladderd
rangement3, weak baclr, gravel, catarrhal
discharges, Inflammation and other painful
symptoms receive searching treatment,
prompt lelief and real cures.
Dr. Whittler's life-long extensive experi
ence insures scientific and reliable treat
monton common sense principles. Consulta
tion free. Patients at a distance as carefully
treated as if Here. Office hours, 9 a. it, to i
t. jr. Sunday, 10 a. sr. to 1 ?. Jf. only. DR.
1VHITT1KK.8U Penn avenue, Pittsburg, I'j.
IS CALLED to tue
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T" m "0odard avenue. Detroit. Mleb.
J3UntJ ... m.a-.ti-D- hv
" "uji& Tflesiing A SON.
17-51-eodwS a- Market street.
DR. E. C. WEST'S '
NEBVE & BRAIN
Treatment, x g.iariitteel speclnc for Hysteria.
ni7Zlness, Convulsloni, Fits. Nervons Ncurilv
Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by ths u
of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental D
presslon, SoftenlnT of tbe Urain resulting la In
sanity, decay and dsstb. Premature OH Are. Lois
of Power In either sex, Inroluntarr Losses aal
Spermatorrhea caused by orer-cxertioa ot tht
brsin. self-abuse or over-indulgence. Each box
contains one montVs treatment. 41.03 a box. U
six lortS.OO, by mall.
WJS GOAItasxcr, STX BOXE1
To cure any case. With each order received rir
six boxes we will send the purchaser our wrlttsa
guarantee to refund ths moner If the treatrasas
does not cure. Guarantees issued only by EiHI.
G. STOCKY. Druggist. Sole Agent. Nos. 2131 ani
1701 Penn avenue, corner Wylle avenue and Fultoa
street, Pittsburg. Pa. Use stu city's Diarrhea X
Cramp Cure. 25and3J ct. Ja-lSJ-eodi
the wonderful remedy;
is sold with a written
guarantee to cure all
nervous diseases, such
of Brain Power. Head,
Lost Manhood, Night,
ly Emissions. Nervous,
ness. Lassitude, all
drains Knd IdMnfnnv.
BITOBX AHO ATTXS VSISO.
IT ot the Generative organs in either sex caused by
9ver exertion, youthful errors, or excessive nse ot
tobacco, opium or stimulants which soon lead to
Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Put up con
renient to carry in vest pocket. SI per package by
nail; 6 forts. With every iA order we give a written
luarantet to cure or refund themancv- Circularrreo.
Address Nerve Seed Co.. chlcaeo. III.
For sale in Pittsburg by Jos. FlominS
Son, druggists, 410 and 4U Market st.
I will send (sealed)
FREE the recipe
that made a man ot
me. It cannot fall ta
care Varicocele, Lost Vigor and all results of Indis
cretions or excesses. Addresswlth stamp. VIL