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'- THE pfTTSBTJEQ DISPATCH, ' ERIDAT, NOVEMBER' 25, - 1892.
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THE PRIZE WINNERS
la Dispatch problem tourney No. 1.
Xo. 21L Motto: Placidity.
BT A. T. MACKESZIE, XIXGST0X-, JAMAICA.
Black: 9 pieces.
h a 8
White: 10 pieces.
White mates in three moves.
Xo. 20i Motto: Xada.
BT OTTO FCSS, HASOTER, OERJCAOTT.
Iilack: 0 pieces.
White: 7 pieces.
White mates in three mores.
Key: Q to Kt 2.
Xo. 190. Motto: Forgotten.
.BT FBAHZ KELUi'ER, LEirSIC, QERMAKT.
Black: S pieces.
White: 10 pieces.
White mates in three moves.
Key: Q to Q 2.
Xo. 210. Motto: Knotted and Combined.
BT A. F. MACKENZIE, KTXQSTOX, JAMAICA.
Black: 10 pieces.
White: 11 pieces.
White mates In three moves.
Key: QxP (R 3).
The award will remain open till Monday,
December 12. 1892. when it will become final,
and the prizes distributed,
TABLE OF POINTS.
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HP Hi W WM
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HP wm Wm 13-1
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W SP WM Wm
mm rzfz& zc mm,
fl fit H
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&mk wm mm ml
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Ml 86 81 100 i
202 81 88 H
39U 77 88 90 253
210 81 81 75 242
1ST) 83 72 M a
183 85 6! 5 205
208 75 79 50 204
187 71 73 6S 2K
2U9 68 7J 6a 1T7
207 66 71 S3 1W
362 62 62 TO 191
100 67 73 50 192
208 69 70 52 191
Mi 63 C 56 I8S
V&. 63 68 49 l;g
153 Sji 72 53 181
REPORT OF J. a J. WAINWRIGHT.
It is with considerable pleasaro and satis
faction that I render my appraisal of this
hotly contested and successful tournament.
The various composers have mudo a most
pnllant and gratifying exhibit of their
powers, stimulated as they were by the
extra UDeral pt Izo list.
Ont of 58 problems published I have found
41 sound positions and 17 failures, eizht of
them have cainod 75 points nnd one 1 have
lanked as flrst-class, and deemed worthy of
honorable mention. Fourteen problems,
marked from 60 to 75 points may be deemed
second-class, they are all good problems
and above the average. Besides these, I
find IS sound problems of inrerior merit.
One problem. No. 161, is barred out from
competition by prior publication- There
are 11 unsound problems with two or more
keys, and finally three with no solution al
After careful analysis my Judgment upon
the relative merits of the leading positions
Is a follows:
My Love s
Knotted and Combined si
Klein aber Meln 25
It Does Not 69
Tommy Upton 68
Eln Schmerzf nklnd 67
Let Him Try 66
XimlumneCrede Colorl 63
A Fennrsworth 62
AH is Well, etc 61
Tet Fate Impelled Me 59
Bara Avis 59
No. 21L Placidity. This is surely the Queen
or Beauty In all the field of chivalry. It
opens with un exquisitely arttul key-move
followed by an automatic "shut-off" of the
guardian Bishop, both charming and orig
inal. This makes a master variation.
The construction Is artistic and of delicate
adjustment, thonh white's force is some
what redundant. Upon the whole difficulty
Is subsidiary to beauty, bnt the entire
scheme unrolled strikes one as making this
problem the loveliest and freshest gem of
the whole galaxy.
XO. 189-MY LOVE.
This problem should have bren called the
"Ugly iluckllnc." as f.iras the exteiior Roes.
But, laying ade its spiny nnd deformed
husk, it is roinaikably original in idea, free
from duals, difilcult and radiantly bcautitul
in the many gallant sorties of white Q and
B to capture the black king's diagonal. Wo
noto no less than ei;ht absolutely P"re
mating positions. The play after 1 xx, BxQ
is superb. It is a masterly expression of
chess strategy, awkwardly dished up.
No. 210. Knotted and romblned. An ad
mlrable position; construction on grand
lines, and strong in conception. The mating
coups are numerous, cure, and harmonious
to the general design, no duals, and desper
ately difficult. The key-move, by taking the
black pawn, is less of a detriment than the
threatened mute on the move, which latter
is the only weighty defect of this splendid
Xo. 202. Xada. Of surpassing boauty and
brilliancy without being oirenlvelv agcres
sive. The main plnyalter lxx, K K 5. smacks
of noveltv: it certainly is delightfully free
handed. "Tlicro arc, in fact, three capital
variations with four pure mate. The only
blemish is that after lxx, K K3 (the only
quiet continuation of white). There are 34
possible dual mates. These, all combined,
are not as damaging as a dual on second
move in an important variation. The prob
lem, though not deep and massive, still
shines with artistic elegance.
No. 199. Gonfalon. The construction is
marvelously fine and mathematically cor
rect. Five pure mates shed a halo of beauty
on the two superb lines of play initiated by
tho B and B P. The key is rather weak and
transparent, wnne originality lies mainiy in
constructiou and the blena of ideas. No
duals to this finely wrought moblem.
No. 17L Pards. A charming subtle king
and pawn study, especially difficult in the
waiting moves after K B 5 orPKS. Its
beauty and originality lie in construction
and marvelous fertility of resource rather
than in any specially marked idea or Drill
The inactivityof tho bishops detracts from
its economy, while there is only one .realty
pure mate. However, tho problem is a
model of delicate strategy, and nearly ex
haustive in its manipulation of the pawns of
Ko. 190. Forgotten. A suave highly
Eolished work ot art, whose mainplay is of
ohemian purity, it is scarcely as brusquely
original and powerful as its predecessor;
indeed, by virtue of its charms and allure
ments, it possesses a diitlnctly feminine
quality. Its main drawbacks are the duals
atterseveral moves of the B, and the im
mediate mate alter knight's moves. How
jever, it is a star of the first magnitude.
No. 203. Klein Aber Jleln. A master key.
opening up a trove for black king, and
placing two pieces Mniultaneously en prize.
The position is rich with subtle alterna
tives, five puro mates, much profundity In
construction: there are many minor duals.
but the main lines are clear and clean and
quite original in their safeguards against
double plays. This is a glowing specimen
of the Gorman school.
No. 1S7. Traum. Excellent in variety,
dashing and brilliant with novel maneuver
ing of tho white rook. The position is
heavily handicapped with duals, but most
regrettably in the sorry outcome after lxx.
KxR. The addition of a nhite pawn atal
would cut off onlv one variation, but. on
the other rland, -would petmit a charming
rook sacrifice alter lxx, PKt& This is a
grand original effort badly moth-eaten by
optional moves on n hite's part.
No. 203. Maskenball. Neatness of pose,
pure and thrifty mates, mathematically
correct and brilliant in sacrifice, this prob
lem is well nigh perfect in its various fine
points. It needed but depth and variety to
thicken its texture nnd to promote it to the
"Senior Wrangler's Class." It is a model
exhibit of the few piece style of composi
tion. Xo. 20G. It Does Not. The main play of
this problem is a sunburst of brilliancy, the
action is broad and free-handed, the mates
are clean. More subtle variety on the part
of the black's big battalions would enhance
tho value of tho position lmmncly. The
theino is clearly and sharply defined, and
cannot fall to delight the solver.
No. 209. Lay-wai-jos. Subtle and difficult
with rare good horse play and a traveling
king after the style of tneGci man Kaiser.
The faults lie in a restrictive key move and
a ten -almost unavoidable mating duals. A
capital few piece problem.
Xo. 19L Tommy Upton. Fresh and
piquant, a veritable champion of the light
weight., the double tender of the rook, is
sparkling ches, whilst the white king is
bi ought into some pretty finessing after
black's Q B moves. White's force is used
with shrewdest economy. The premature
mate afrer lxx. I'xK, is too bad. The duals
are of minor moment bnt not without
weight as handicaps in the final summary.
The problem possesses a dashing and cava
Herly charm, sure to attiact all classes of
Xo. 200. Ein Schmerzenkind. Good hard
chess hard to digest; the brilliancy is not
very spontaneous, altouh tho knights aro
versatile and lively. The action of the
theme is horizontal, glum and perfunctory.
This problem displays much latent force,
being exhaustive in its tieatment of white's
resources, but the duals occur in unfor
tunately good variations, especially after
1 x x.KQ 4 and 1 X x, R K 4.
No. 2o7. Let him Try. A fino and fascinat
ing chef d'ouvre of tho lighter -ort, a com
panion piece to its immediate predecessor.
Good In economy and put Ity of mates, with
some interesting pawn play. Rather weak
in variety, more elegant than piofound.
No. 151. Mina. Charmingly fresh and
spirited in main play, the pawn advance
preparatory to the knight's attack savors of
originality. This, coupled with the pure
mating positions after king's moves, gives
strength ana ueauiy to a weii-consiuered
piece of work.
No. 176. Defiance. A neat production of
the small arms variety, nnd really difficult
for the fotce employed. Every piece is
woiked to the best advantage. Much more
original in idea nnd construction than its
companions in this column, who are evi
dently first cousins, a look of varietyalone
prevents this problem from taking a lending
No 167. NimlnmneCrede Colori. A daintily
arranged waiting study, full ot little master
touches of subtlety and elegance. Remark.
able in economy, but short of quiet contin
uations, which snould be a sine quanou of a
simple king and pawn skirmish.
No. 1CS. Bejon. A thoioughly sound and
good problem enlivened by an admirable
queen-sacrifice in main play. Tho kev is
quiet but arttul with a fine try by I Q K 3.
Wnito'slorceismannged with abilit and
economy. A weakness in lespect to origin
ality may bo noted, as also the lack of wait
ing second moves. The black king is a hope
less "hustler" with no ft lends.
No. 182. A Pennysworth. The prob
lem is well arorth tho penny; it is re
freshingly original in theme and con
struction, and absutdly difficult for
so slight a structure. It pose-ses an rx
tra fine key move. Its chief lault iies In the
immediate mate after black's pawn moves;
the minor fiow is slim variety.
X.15& 11'B Well That Ends Well. This is of
modt-rato difficulty, fine variety and good
construction;!! sutfors from lacking a bright
and original theme, whilst its sole claim to
btilliancy lies in tho initial move. A most
interesting study, however, lor every day
No. 183. Adrift. An interesting stratagem
with a novel and brilliant queen-sacrifice.
It is unfortunate that the moves of black's
only officer lead to duals.
No. 153. Yet fate impelled mo. The archi
tectural beauties or the layout invite one to
the dance, as it were. The key move displays
the deft subtlety or the churchman followed
by an elegant line of play IT lxx, K B 0.
The balance of the operations is common
place and forced in character.
No. 162. Audax. The ttunk Idea of this
alluring position is both brilliant and
original from key to denouement. The bluck
pawn is the leading star ot the drama, but is
severely burdened by inadequate support
The three abortive moves of the black
bishops, leading to at least 15 duals, con
demn the problem to easy mediocrity.
No. 175. Kara Avis. In Its structnrnl feat
ures, and moro especially in the queen sac
rifice, there is a marked family resemblance
to No. 174. This composition is stionger
and better as regards key more and varietv.
still it has fourduala at least, and stands in
need of a. little less asscrtiveness
second moves of white.
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THE GAME OF DRAUGHTS.
Black men occupy squares
J to 12: while men squares
21 to 32. Black men al
ways move flrjL
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PEOBLEM NO. 201.
ST JOSEPH MAIZE, M'D03ALD, TA.
S 9M10M11 Bk 12
mil is pirate a
White 6," 15. 21, SO.
fl m 'ip fl
Blip IIP mm HP
mm Wt Wm -. WMi.
m wm mm '
Black-3; kings, 12, 22.
Black to move and draw.
PROBLEM NO. 203-SELECTED.
BT W. O. W. LEOOETT.
Blaok 5, 11, 12, 13, 14.
White 20. 24, 25, 28, SC.
White to mo e and win.
wM. mm Wm Wi
1 " UN
BB fl H
BB fl fl
24-19 1 13-17 I 53-24 I 18-22 I 13-22 I
S- 9 ZO-VB 14-1S 2S-17 14 S
25-21 9-13 11-14 I 1
Some years ago a famous composer give the
abore with the terms White to move: Black 'to
GAME NO. 391-OLD FOURTEENTH.
Played in Philadelphia between E, W.
Patterson, or Pittsburg, and C. A. Denny.
K. W. Patterson's move.
11-15 6- 9 15-18 13-17 7-10 7-11
a-19 2118 21-15 21-14 25-S2 2218
8 -11 914 11-27 10-17 1115 2- 6
22-17 18- 9 32-13 19-16 13- 9 5-1
4- 8 S 14 1S-22 12-26 15-14 10-13
2522 2623 259 31-13 28-19 110
9-11 16 6-13 8-11 S7 15-24 a
27-23 -25 29-25 24-19 9-S Drawn.
(a) Mr. Patterson. In a note with the above game,
adds tne following:
"Mr. Denny can be found almost any time at
his residence. 526 South Third street, where the
players assemble during the day and evemnr Like
Mr. Lindsay, he can be truly said to be the nestor
of the game In the Eastern part of the State. Ho
mores rapidly, taking In the situation at a glance,
at the same time showing no linpattence should his
opponent be a little slow. Fair treatment Is the
order of the day In his house. He Is rather modest
in regard to his own position In the checker
world." R. W. Pattebeok.
GAME NO. 392-ALJJA.
BT JOSEPH MAIZE, H'DOXALD, PA.
11-15 11-16 12-19 9-14 14-18 6-15
23-19 27-23 23-16 22-18-2 23-14 14-9
8-11 16-3) 9-13 15-22 15-19 15-18
22-17 32-27 26-23 128 24-15 30-28
3- 8 8-11 5- 9 11-15 10-19 4- 8-1
23-23 1 19-16 3-16-12 8-3 3-10 9 ta
The following position comes ud la game
89. variation D at third move, where 8-11 Is
played. By J. Al'chlson. Newcastle. England,
and white wins. The position Is as follows!
Black-1. 2. 8, IS, IS, 19. 20, 2i
White 5, 17, 21, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31.
Black to play and draw.
VAItLiTIOS 1 BT JOSEPH MAIZE.
H Up wm m
w Wwffi WMw W?w
'PPM.' WW4. . w$
20-54 21-15 1-10 I 17 U 23-26 28-30
27-20 30-26, - 5 15-18 10-6 14-13
IH-li 15-10 23-10 114-10 2-9 30-25
28-24 23-23 5- 1 I 18-23 22-20 18-14
23-30 10- 0 10-15 I- 5 5-14 Drawn.
Thp following nlav was received from Messrs.
Armstrong, of lllythsdale; and McFaulds, of
Courtney, 1'a.. correcting game No 3JS attwentv
second inoe of game, where 15-18 Is played by
Mr. Altchlson. allowing a draw. The abore
gentlemen sends the following play for a black
14-18 I 15-19 I 11-18 I 4-18 I 18-25 I 6-9
23-14 I 21-15 I 2215 I 25-22 I '.9-22 B. wins.
VAKIATIOX 3-BT J. P. EEEP.
30-20 I 16-12 I 12- 8 I 23-14 I 24-15 29-22
9-14 I 1-5 I 14-18 I 15-19 11-25 B. wins.
The above play by our contributors corrects
"Alma" analysts that appeared In Sirthom Lender
and contributed to that Journal by Mr. J. Altchl
son, Newcastle, England.
GAME NO. 393 DEFIANCE.
BT O. IX BHERROW, rlTTSBURO, PA.
11-15 25-18 7--10 24-19 9-13 23-14
23-19 8-11 a-21 15-24 15-11 16-23
9-14 19-15 10-15 23-19 14-18 26-19
27-23 10-19 25-22 1 6 22-15 7-23
5-9 24-8 6-M 3127 10-14 a drawn.
22-18 4-11 32-23 11-16 27-24 b
15-22 28-24 3-7 18-15 14-18
(a) Forms problem No. 20J.
(ID solution to problem and corrects game No. 82
or Weckli Checker Journal, where 11-S Is played and
GAME NO. 394-BOSTON CROSS.
BY J. MACFARLAME, GLASGOW.
t Tills begins Var. c of Game 40, Lee's Guide,
a 13-15 Is the last move of said var, and draws. I
submit above to win for nlilte. Cuuricr,
ACROSS THE BOABD.
The English champion, Alfred Jordan, visited
Lowestort and Great Tarmouth, playing all com
ers, making a total score of 52 wins, 2 lost and 22
A correspondence tourney has been started bvthe
Newcastle. England. Chronicle, with 244 competitors.
It will take eight rounds to complete the tourney,
when a total of 974 games will have been played and
about 7.200 postal cards will have been sent by
malt, at a cost or over J75.
Mr. 11. Z. Wright, of Boston, lias been Indulging
In a little game of bluff as to playing several or the
leaders: we hardly think lie means It.
J. P. Reed's challenge to Mr. Searight. of Glas
gow, will hardly bo considered, as the Scottish
players are not gunning arter second-class attrac
tions at present.
Tho Auckland championship has been won by
Mr. Uuuthorp with the score or S wins to 3 wins
and 3 games drawn. The match was played under
the limit of 25 moves to the honr. This new rule'
worked like a charm, as It dispensed with the
dreary waiting at unimportant stages.
James Ferric the Scottish champion, met the
players of the Hamlltou Club, playing 25 games
ana only allowing two draws. This is showing up
Mr. Keirns, of Philadelphia, Is the guest of Mr.
11-15 21-17 1 6 32-27 I 14-18
2S-18 11-16 29-25 15-18 8 3
8-11 20-11 3-8 ".0-10 I 1015
18-14 7-16 25-21 li-IO 17-14
9-H 23-21 2-7 23-19 15-19
14-19 10-15 20-23 7-11 3-8
15-24 24-20 19-26 a 19-16 IS-22
2J-8 16-19 30-21 12-19 8-11
4-11 25-22 t 9-11 27-23 22-26
27-20 6-10 22-17 18-27 21-17
5-9 17-13 8-11 81-8 26-20
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R. W. Patterson, of the East End, -daring the
Thomas Lavlers. of Masslllon. O., a contributor
to THE Disi'ATCH. is a visitor at the Chicago
Chib.' t .
Mr. MCConvlIle, of Tarentnm, met with an acci
dent the other week that has laid him off work.
He Is around on his crutches making it lively for
theplavers of his town.
W. H. Cochran, the champion of Mercer eonntj-,
has gone West -to Topeka. Kan., on a pleasure
trip. Checker playing with all comers is first on
Headers of this department will find fall particu
lars of tourney in sporting columns of this issue.
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Akron. Cleveland, 17:10 a.m.. 2:00p. m. For New
Castle. "7:11 a. m.. '2:00. 13:05 p. m. For Butler,
1:30, lO. ta:30a. mt. 2:00. H:25. 15:15 p. m.
Trains arrive: From Kane, t6M5 p. m. : Clarion,
tll:30 a. m.. 16:45 p. m.: Foxburir. t:05, tll:30 a.
m., t6:45p. m.;Erie. 13:50 p.m.: Greenville, Mer
cer. tll:3ua. m.. t3:50p. in.: Akron. ll:55 a. m..
16:45 p-m.: New Castle. t9:C5. ll:55a. m 6:4
p. m.tButler. t7:00. t9:05, 111:30a. m., tS:50. 3.45
p. m. : from Chicago, 11:55 a. m.
Dally. lExcept Sunday.
Nor tli west Sytem Fort Wayne Kouto
DxTAJtT lor Chicago, points intermediate and beyond:
L20 a,m.l7.10 a.m., 12.20 p.m., 1.0O p.m., 8.4fi
p. m., 1U.S0 p.m. Arkivs from same points : 1Z05
a.m.,U.16 ajo.,6.C0ajn.,635 a.m 5X5p.m
DarAitT for Toledo, points Intermediate and beyond:
t7.10 a.m.,rt20p.m., UOOp.m., JI 10 p.m. Arrive
from same points: f 1.15 a.m., 6.S5 a.m., f6.45p.in.
DarART for Cleveland, points intermediate and
beyond: tO.10 a.m., 7.10 a.m., flO p.m.,
11.05p.m. Arrive from same points: COa.m.,
fl5 p.m., 5.65 p.m., f6.50 p.m.
DsrART for Martins Ferry, Bridgeport and Bellaire:
16.10 a.m.. fi-30 p.m., 14.10 p.m. Arrive from same
DoinU : T9.U0 a.m., 1.5 p.m., 6.50 p.m.
DarART for New Castle, Erie, Youngstown, Ashta.
bub, points intermediate and beyond: 7.20 a.m.,
H2.20 p.m. Arkive from same points: -fl.25 p.m.,
DarART fcr New Castle, Jamestown, Youngstowa
and Niles, 13.45 p.m. Arrive from same points:
DErART for Yonsgstown, '12.20 p.m. Arrive from
Youngstown, 6.45 p.nu
Sontbweat System-Pan UnndleRonte
DsrART for Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St.
.ouis, points intermediate and beyond: 1.10 a.m.,
'830 a.m., 8.45 p.m., 11,15 p.m. Arrive from same
Depaxt for Columbus, Chicago, points intermediate
and beyond: 1.10 a.m., 12.05 p.m. Arrive from
same points: 2.20 a.m., K.05 p.m.
DarART for Washington, 6.15 a. m., 8.85 a.nu,
1.65p. m.,t3.S0p.m.,f4.4Sp.m.,t40p.m. Arriti
from Washington, 6.55 a.m., 7.50 a.m., 80 a.m.,
flOfJ a.m.,fJ.S.,p.m.,6.2.5p.m. ,
Depart for Wheeling, 8.80 a. m., fl2.05 n"n
2.45 p. m,, 6.10 p. m. Arrive from Wheeling,
t8.45a.nu.f3.05p. m. 5.50p. m
PtrLUtAM Sleeping Cars and Puixhah Diktho
Cars run through. East and West, on principal trains
of both Systems.
Local Sleeping Cars mnnmg to Columbus, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Toledo and Chicago
are ready for occupancy at Pittsburgh Union Station
at 9 o'clock p. m.
Tins Tailes of Through and Local Accommoda
tion Trains of either system, sot mentioned above, cut
beobtassodat 110 Fifth Avenue and UtdOB SMtteo,
Piiusiab. ud at principal ticket offices of Ps
syivaosa use west 01 i'ltuburgh.
DaUr. tZx.eundar. JEi. Saturday. TEE. Msolar,
JOSEPH WOOD, K. A. FORD,
BmusI kaaarsr. Cuersl Ztsnsfsr Irat,
BALTIMORE AND OHIO UAILBOAD
Schedule in effect Nov. 13, 1S92. Eastern time.
for ivasnington. is.
C. Baltimore, Phila
delphia and New
York. 3 00 a m and
9 20 p m.
650. 8 0D a m, 10,
0 50, 30). IS 30 am.
4110, 4415, 4505 and
9 20 p in.
1850, 300. S30am.
4110. 4415 and 45 05
For Mt. Pleasant.
7, w ana ?3 iw a m. ;i iv, ; io ana ?3 u p m.
For -Washington. Pa., V IX) and 49 30 a m. '400,
44 45. 1 Sop m.
For Wheeling. 1 20 and 4 30 a m. 4 00, 1 30.
For Cincinnati and St. Louts, 7 20 a m, V 30
For Colnmbns. 7 20 a m, ; 30 p m.
For Newark, 7 20 a m. 7 30 p m.
For Chicago. 7 20 a m and 7 30 p m.
Trains arrive from New York. Phlladelnhia.
Baltimore and Washington. 8 20 am, 8 40pm.
From Columbus, Cincinnati and Chicago. 8 50
a m. 'S 45 n m. From Wheeling, 8 50 and '10 45
am. 41 15 and 8 45pm.
Parlor and sleeping cars to Baltimore, Washing
ton, Cincinnati and Chicago,
Dslly. 4Uallv except hunday. JSnndayonly.
The I'lttsburgTransfer Comoany will call for and
check baggage from hotels and residences upon
orders left at B. & P. ticket office, corner Firih
avenue and Wood street, and 33 Smithfleld street.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL.
General Manager. lien. Pass. Agent.
MlLEOY, MlTTOH CO.,
tht Arm York tyoria:
Gemmill. of this olace. -was tbmn f mm a
From Pittsburgh Union Station.
Trains Bus by Central lime.
( wagon, ssstainlss: a most serious Injury to ber spine, and was
? 1 HPipicco nniPPiF PnR iq vpsq?
n sis.i.1 bkUU Ullll IUIWII IV IkflllUf
unable to walk. Her daaghter providentially procured two
which Mrs. fjemmlll nsed. Before the second bottle vrat
exhausted, she was,abIetowallc about, and has beep.
M. THOMPSON. POBTMMTSfU
The highest award of earnest endeavor is success. The public approves of merit
KLOTHING has no value for us it's money we want
All-Wool Suit, Hat to match,
with extra pair of Pants, for
THE MASSES REACHED BY
In Effect Junk 12. 1802.
Trains will leave TTnlon Station, Plttabnrt-
as follows (Eastern Standard Time)!
STAIN LINE EASTWARD.
Pennsylvania Limited of Pullman Vestlbnle Cars
dally at 7:15 a. m.. arriving at Ilarrlsburg at 1:3.5
p. m.. Philadelphia 4:45 p. m.. .New York 7:09
p. m, , Baltimore 4:40 p. m. , Washington 5:55 p.m.
Keystone Express dally at 1:10 a. m arriving at
Marrlsburg 8:25 a. m., Baltimore 11:15 a. m..
Washington 12:20 p. m., Philadelphia 1H25 a. m..
New York 2-00 p. m.
Atlantic Express dally at 3:30 a. m.. arriving at
Harrisburg 10:30a. m., Philadelphia 1:25p.m..
New York 4:00 p. m.
Birrlsburg Accommodation dally, except Snnday,
5:25 a. m.. arriving at Harrisburg 2:50 p. m.
Day Express dally at 8:00 a. m.. arriving at Har
risburg 3:20 p. m., Philadelphia 6:50 p.m.. New
York 9:15 p. m., Baltimore 6:45 p. m., Washing
ton 8:15 p. m.
Mall train Sunday only, 8:40a.m., arrives Harris-
' burg 7:00 1. m.. Philadelphia 10:55 p. m.
Mall Express dally 12150 p. m arriving at Harris
bum; 10:00 p. m connecting at Harrisburg for
Philadelphia Express dally at 4:30 p. m., arriving
atI1arrlsbur?l;00a. m Philadelphia 4:25 a. m
and New York7:10a. m.
Eastern Express at 7:10 p. m, dally, arriving Har
risburg 2:10 a. m., Baltimore 6:20 a. m.. Wash
ington 7:30 a. m.. Phlladelnhia 5:05 a. m. and
New York7:4ua. m.
Fast Line, dally at 8:10 p. m.. arriving at Harris
burg 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 JersevCItvwith
boats of "Brooklyn Annex" for Brooklyn. N.Y.,
avoiding double ferriage and Journey through New
Johnstown Accom., except Sunday. 3:40 p. m :
Urccisburg Accom., ll:30.p. m.,veekda;s;10:3l
ji. in. Sundays. Grcensburg Express 5:15 p. m.,
uxcent Sunday. Derry impress 11:00 a.m., ex
cept Sundav. .
Wall Accom.. 5:25. 6:00. 7:40. f :33, f :50, 0:40. lu:30,
11:00 n. m., 12:15, 12:50. 1:20. 2:30, 3:40, 4:0U, 4:50
(:1S, 6:0), 6:45, 7:25. 9:00, 10:20, 11:30 p. in., 12:10
night, except Monday. Sunt ay, 8:40, 10,30a. m.,
12:25, I2:i0 2:30. 4:30. 5:30, 7:'iu. 9:J0, 10:30 p.m.
and 12:10 iileht.
Wllklnsbur Accom., 5:25, 6:00. 6:15, 6:45. 7:00,
7125, 7:40, 8:10. i35, 8:50, 9:40, 10:30. 11:00, 11:10 a.
m.. 12:01, 12:15. 12:30. 12:50. 1:20, 1:30, i:00, 2:30
3:15, 3:40. 4:00. 4:10, 4:25. 4:35, 4:50. 5.00, 5:15, 5:30,
5:45. 6:00. C-.'JO. 6:45. 7:25. 8:2t. 9:00. V.ti, 10:20,
11:00, Hi30 p. m. week-daTF, and 12:10 night, ex
cept Monday, fcunday. 5:30. 8:40. 10:30 a, m..
12115. 120, 1:3a 2:30. 4:30, 5:30, 7:20, 9:00, 9:30,
10:30 n, m.. 12:tunlgh .
Braddock Accom.. 6:25. 6:00, 6:15. 6:45, 7.00. 7:25,
7:40, 8:00, 8:10, 8:35, 8:50. 9:4a 10:30. 11:00. 11:10.
a. m., 12:0L 12:15. 12:30, 12:50. 1:20. 1:30. 2:00, 2:30,
!15, 3:40, 4:00. 410, 4:25, 4130, 4:35. 40, 5:00, MX,
5:30, 5:45. 6:0a 6:20. 6:45. 7:25. 8:20, 9:00. 9:45. 10:20
11:00, ll:30p. m. week-dars, and 12:10nlght, ex
cept Mondav. Sunday. 5:30, 8:00, 8M0, 10:10 a.m.,
125, 12:50, 1:30, 2:30. 4:30, 5:30. 7:20, 9:00, :J0.
lOOp. in.. 12:10 night.
SOUTHWEST PESN RUHTVf
For Unlontown 3:25 and 3:35 a. m., 1:20 and 4:25 p.
ON AVD AFTER M KY 25. IS1I.
For Mononcahela ritv. AVest PrownsTllH anil
Unlontown. 10:41 n. m. For Mononcahela CItr
and West Brownsville, 7:3i and 10:40 a. m.. and
4:50 p.m. On Sunday. 85 a, m. and 1:01p.m.
ForMonowrahi-laCltv onlv. 1:01 and 5:50 p. ra.
week-days. Dravosbnrfr Accom.. 6:00 a.m. and
1:50 p.m. week days. West Elizabeth Accom.
8:35 a. m... 4:15, C:30, and 11:S5 p. m. tlunday,
WISH'S PENKSTLTAMA DITISIOS,
OITASD AFTIR JUNE 20. 1B3Z.
From FEDERAL STKEET STATIOX, Allegheny
Forgprlnsdale. week-dsva, r:31. 8.-4T. 8:SX 10:40,
11:50a.m.. 1:30. 2:25, 4:00. 5KO, 5:4 6:10. 8:20,
1:10. 10:30 and 1 1:40 p. m. Sundays, 12:35 and 5:3.)
For Butler, week-days. 6:2a 8:45. 10:40 a. m.. S:li
For Freeport. wcek-Oav.. diH, fi45. 10:40 a. ra..
8:15. 4:0 5:00. 8:10. 10:30 and 11:40 p. m. Bun
dars 12i.T5 and 8:30 p. m. ....
For Apollo, week-rtavs. 10:40 a. m. and 5:00 p. m.
ForPanltonand Blalrsrllle. week-days. 8:55a, m,
3:15 and 10:80 p.m. ,,
B-The Excelsior Baejaei' Express Company
will call for and check batrtrarp from hotels and
residences. Time cards and full information cai
be obtained at the ticket offices No. 110 Fifth ar.
nue, ecrner Fourth arenus ana iry uwa
XJzriTm C"ifVi t txtoot.
That Carry the Public Into
PRICES CUT IN HALF.
KLOTHING FOR MEN
Men's extraordinary Overcoats in Meltons, Kerseys, Tricots, Chinchillas,
Beavers and Castors.
Lot 7,249, regular $22 Coat Marked down to $15
Lot 7,250, regular $20 Coat Marked down to $12
Lot 7,252, regular $18 Coat .'Markeddown to $10
SPECIAL 100 Chinchilla
100 Chinchilla Uvercoats, worth $12, cut to $7.50.
In appreciation of your good-will and preference we give
An Antique Oak Folding Table With Every Sale Amounting
to $10 in our Men's Department
In our Boys' Department, your
AN AIR GUN,
A FLOBERT RIFLE, ,
THE GREATEST INDUCEMENTS AND LOWEST PRICES.
PLY LINEN, 2,100 FINE.
7 CENTS. CUFFS-11 CENTS.
SMITHFIELD, COR. DIAMOND STREET.
We OGGnpy the entire Ijnilflinfi:
17 Sixth Street,
MENS' AND BOY'I
Clothing on Credit
(Ready-Hade & to Order.)
LADIES' CLOAKS & JACKETS.
Watches & Jewelry,
IN STALLS E El TS.
Gash Prices Without Security.
TERMS: One-third of theamount purchased
must be raid down: the balance in small
-weekly or monthly payments. Business
transacted strictlv confidential. Otea
r, from 8 A. M. ta 9 P. U. baturaays
1 11 Y. as.
f 14 1'ENS ATEXDE, 1'lTTSllUKG, PA.
As old residents Know and baote flloi ot
IMttslmnr papers prore, is the oldest ustitb
lished unumost prominent physician in tlis
city, doTOttnsspociuIattoution to all cliroulo
pro6-NO FEE UNTIL CURED
sponsible Mrnwrvi iq and mental diaper-sons
liCn V UUO ease', physical de
cay, iiei-rons debility, lacK oi cneray, ambi
tion and hope,iuiiairedineiiiory, dlsoruereil
tight, self distrust, bashfnlness. dizziness,
Meeples-ne-s, pimples, eruptions, impoyer.
lshed blood, failing powers, organic woalc.
ness, dyspepsia, oonstipation, cuiisumptlon.
nnflttinRthopergon for business, society ana
marriage, permanently, safely itnd privately
rt.BLOOU AND SKIN sTel1
erui'tlons. blotches, falllnirhnir.bonen.palns
.l.indiilar swellluts, nlceratlons of the
tongue, month, throat, nicer, old sores are
cured lor lire, and blood poisons thoroughly
eradicated irom I R( A RV kidneyan'l
tne system. U nl IN Mil T bladder de
rangements weak Lack, gravel, catarrhal
discharges, lull nmnutlon and other painful
symptoms reculvo dearcnlnx treatment
prompt i-elief and real cure.
Dr.-Whittior's lire-long extensive expert,
ence Insures scientific and reliable treat
menton common sens principle. Consulta
tion free. Patients n t a distance as carefully
treated as if here. Ofilco hours, 8a. v. to i
r. v. Sunday, 10 a. u. to 1 r. K. only. UU.
WHlXlllilt.aU Pejuuvonue, Pittsbarx. S
SPECIALISTS la all cases rev
quiring scientific and confl
tiential treatment. Sr. S. K.
Lake, M. E. 0. P. S., U the old.
est and most experienced spe
cialist in the city. Consult,
tion free and strictlv confi
dential. Offlco hours 9 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. it
Sundays, 2 to 4 r. M. Consult them person
ally, or write Doctors Lake, cor. Penn ar.
and Fourth St.. l'ittsbur?. Pa. Jel62-DWt
DR. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE & BRAIN
Treatment, a ituanntee'l spccluc tot Hysteria.
Dizziness. Conrulslons, Fits, Nervous Keuralgl.
Headache, Nerrous Prostration caused by the nst
of alcohol or tobaeoo. Wakefulness. Mental D
nresilon. Softanlnr of the Urala resaltlnr In la.
sanity, decay and death. Premature Old A9, Cost
of Potrer In either ssr, Inrolnntarr Losses aal
8Drmatorrhia caused by orer-exerttoa of tlis
brain, self-abuse or orer-lndulgence. Each bat
contains one month's treatment. 11.00 stutJ.
six for JJ. 00, by mill.
1VJS GUAItANTEE STC BOXE
To cure anv case. With each order reeslTelfiTr
six boxes we will send the purchaser oar wrttt
guarantee to refund tho money If tha treatmea:
does not cure. Guarantees Issued only by SHIU
G. STUCKY. Druirrfst. Solo A.ent. No. 2UI am
1701Penn arenue, corner Wylle areaue and Fulton
street, Plttsburz. Pa. Use Stu cky's Diarchy
Cramp Cure. 25and5J cu la-132-eod
WEAK MEN, youb attention
IS CALLED TO TBS
TUCriUK TUB"" GREAT ENGLISH EEKIDT.
IF YOV SUFFER rm
mertum arm Tlim
tous Debility. Weakuess of Body and
snermatorrhea. and impotency. ana an aisease
that arise from over-indulgence and selx-abnse, as
Loss of Memory and Power. Dimness of Vision.
Premature Old Age. and many other diseases that
lead to Insanity or Consumption and an early
srrave. write for ourpamphlet.
Address OKAY MEDICINE CO.. Buffalo. N. Y.
The Specific Medicine Is sold by all druggists at
II 00 per package, or six packages for 85 00. or sent
iy mall ou reeeelnt or money, and with
erery 5 00 order WE G UABASTEE
a cure or inooorMHaiEoBiHiiHB
JXirOn account of counterfeits, we hare adopted
the Yellow Wrapper, the only genuine. Sold ta
Pittsburg and guarantees Issued by a. S. Holland,
cor. bmlthneldandLlbertysts. ,.,,,.
The Great Engllsli TXemedy.
Promptly and permanently
cures al1 forms of Aervout
Weakness. LmUsloTU. Sper
matorrhea, lmp'tencj and
all effects of Abuse or Ex
cesses. Been prescribed over
35 years In thousands of
cases: Is the only Reliable
and Honest Medicine known.
Ask druggists for WOOD'S
1'iiosphouine: u ne oners
snme worthless medicine In place or this, leave his
rilhonest store. Inclose price in letter, and we will
end hv return mnIL Price one package, fl: six.
K. One trill pleas': six will cure. Pamphlet la
nialn spited ninTV. 7 stamps. Address
THE WOOD CHEMICAL CO.,
131 Woodward avenue, Detroit, Mich.
JOS. FLEMING SON,
17-51-eodwk 412 Market strse .
Physician not needed. I will gladly send (sealed! CD C C
tosuffpreraa nrompt.permanimt pure for LOST rnLX
TITlUTT, TlRHOCKLS. .MHTOCS DESIUIT. KU8SI0.1S,
ETC. Enlanrement certaht. Address with ptmp,
0. & 117PPAI1, Spcrtsmen's Goods, Mnrslial7, Mich.
I will send (seated)
NKE tne recipe
a& maae a man ox
me. It cannot fall to
euro Varicocele. Lost Vigor and all results of Indis
cretions or exeflsses. Address with stamp, WM
B UTXiK( Aiox T. Marshall, JalcA-