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IT IS WSTCH NIGHT.
A Somber of the Churches Will Hold
Services Intended as
A WELCOME TO THE liEW TEAR.
yumerons Sermons To-llorrow Appropriate
to the Cccaiion.
THE LIST OF SUBJECTS ANNOUNCED
"Watch-night services are announced for a
number of the churches, and in more of
them the sermons ol to-morrow will mate
especial reference to the new year. A com
plete list of the topics is given below.
In the City Churches.
Oakland 1L E., T. S. Eaton, pastor-Morn-Ins,
communion service: evening auDject,
Xew Tear Resolutions."
First Ewrlish Lutheran, Grant street
Services at 10 30 a. x. Hnd 7.30 p. St., conduct
ed by the Bev. W. A. Pasavanr, Jr.
First TJniversallst, Curry University Hall,
Sixth street, the Kev. J. L- Andrew, pastor
ilornins service, "llelns Remembered."
Eighth Street Eefnrmed Presbyterian,
Rev.'D. McAllister, pastor At 10:30 A.K., "Ke
limldinir the Temple;- at 3 r. M., "Christ's
Grace Ke oimed, corner Grant and Web--t-r
avenue. Kev. John iL Pru 'h. pastor
10.30 a. Ji., "The Dead and the Living Year."
Ho evening service.
it. Andrew's Church. Ninth street, first
Sanday alter Christmas, llorninir. 10:30:
evenins. 7.30: "The Story of the English Ke
lormation John Wycliffe."
Tliird Presbvterian, Sixth avenue. Rev. E.
r. Cowi.n, D. D. pastor Services 10:5a. st
and r.a r. x. With tnese two services the
present pastorate terminate.
seventh U. P. Church, Forty-fonrth street
Ser ice conducted by the pastor, Rev. J.
1). Sands; inominjr, "For the Whole Year;"
, eveninc, "A Revived Christian." ,
First V. P.. Seventh avenue. Services at
10.30 a. su by the pastor. Rev. TV J. Reld. D.
1), "Gi'ts for Men," and at 7:30 r. x., by the
associate pastor, Rev. John M. Ross.
First Church of Spiritualists, So. 6 Sixth
Btreet Mr. 1. A. Wipgin, of Salem, Mass.,
Icciuies Sunday morning at 10:45 and even
ing 7:15 Tests "are given at close of each
F.lth U. P., Webster avenue, Kev. J. W.
Hui sua, pator, will preach at 10.Su A. v. and
7:30 p. at. Alomlnir, -Onr Motto for the New
i can" evening, "Some Resolutions lor De
reuse." Sixth Presbvterian. Franklin and Town
send streets, "Rev. J. F. Patterson, castor
At 10:30 a. X., "The Certainty ot the Chris
tian's Welfare:" at 7:30 p. m., "The Barren
Lawrencevllle Presbyterian, Thirty-ninth
street, bctweent Penn avenue and Butler
street. Rev A. E. Linn, pator. Subiect,
lfc33A.M., "A Great House;" 7.30 p. it, "Hon
Fir-t Unitarian, at the hall of the Union
Veteran Legion. No. 77 Sixth avenue, near
Giant street, Rev. C.E.St. John, pastor
Suudav service at 10.15 A. St.; subject, "Turn
lug Points In Life.'
Tiftli Avnue 1L E.. E. B. Mansell, D. D.,
pastoi 10 30 . m , "The Burning Bush;" 7:30
p. St. "Etei .i.il Life, anil How Obtained."
Special services every evening during the
rccU. except Saturday.
Bethany Home. 113 Center avenue Serv
ices conducted by Rev. W. II. Walker 10-.30
a. si. and 7.0 r M., and at 2.30 p. it by Miss
Scoville. oi Nashville, leiin. All are cor
dially invited to attend.
ThlidU P., Diamond street. Rev. J. T.
JlcC'rorj. pastor Subject-: 100 A. St, "En
rourage i ent Drawn From Certainties;"
7:30 r. it., "come Good Resolutions forDis
Thlttv-tliird Street U. P., Rev. J. McD.
Here, pastor 10.30 a. it, "A Promise for
the Whole Year;" 7.30 p. st, "The Word
Preaclied " Preaching every evening dur
ing the week but Saturday.
Central Christian, C L. Thurgood, evan
gelist Lord's Dav, 10:30 a. st, "Not My
le&r.but Thine;" 7 P. JL, young people's; 7:45,
Hie I'ujsicmn and His Remedy." The Un
saved Inwted, MarkxviilG.
First Reformed Presbyterian, Grant street,
Rev. Nevin Woodstde, pastor, will preach at
10.30 A. it. and 3 r. st Morning, "Gltts for
Men;" aftei noon, "The Old Folks' Prayer."
Meetings every evening during the week.
Butler Street M. E corner Fortieth, W.
F. Oldham, D. D , pastor 10 3j a. St., sar
rionette by rj.i-.tor; preaching by Rev. 6. A.
Keen, D. D ; 7:30 p st, preaching liy Dr.
Keen. Dutiug the week services at 7:30 each
Seventh Presbyterian, Herron avenue,
Rjv.CS. McClelland, pastor 10.30 A. sr.,"For
tetting the Thinirs hicli Are Behind and
Reaching Forth Unto Those Things Which
Arc Be.oie;"' 7.30 p. st, "A Motto for the
Fourth Avenue Baptist,corner Ross street.
Rev. 1J. C Applegai t i.pastor 9:15 A. st. New
lar prayer meeting; 10-.30 a. st .communion,
reception ol new members. Sermon, "PI eas
ing Gcd:" 7.30 r. st, popular evangelistic
sen ice. "A Good Start"
Second Presbvterian, corner Penn avenue
and Seventh street, Rev. J.R. Sutherland, D.
L., nastor Services at 10.30 a. x and 7.45 p.
si Subject in the morning, '-The Uncer
tainn ji, to the coming Time;' in the even
in?, " hat Is lour Li e?"
Morningside Chapel, Butler street exten
sion Morning ser ice at 11 o'clock. Sub
ject, "The Field Is the Woild;" 7.30 r. st,
address liv Uc. Yonan Y. Amaham, ot the
W cstera Theological Seminary, on "The Re
ligious Ceremonies of Persia."
Denny M. E. Church, Ligonier and Thlrty
fourtu streets. Rev. J. E. Williams, pastor
in a si . -New Year Admonitions;" 7:30 P.
ji . Hie Old and tlie New." Gospel meet
ins each evening ol the vieek except Satur
ia commence 7 43 r. St.; close 9 p.st
lorty-tl.ird Street Presbyterian, Rev. H.
II fti'es, pastoi Morning sermon at 10.30;
ject, "lentins on the Oid Camp Grounu."
1 emng sermon at 7'30; subject, "Faith Well
tsiaolihetl." Young people's meeting at
7 r st : subject, "The Temple Rebuilt." "
Christ Methodist Episcopal, corner of Lib
ertv and center avenues Preaching at 11 A.
st ii- tlie Rev. A H. Norcross, D. D.; recep
tiinot members: saciatnent or the Lord's
'unoei Preacl.ing at 7:30 P. st. by the Rev.
G N Izei, I) O. Sunday school at 10 a. st
John W esley A. M. E. Zion, Arthur street.
Re -imtli Claiborne, pastor Watch neet
it.i Saturday night. Preaching, Sunday, at
10 35 a. st, by the pastor, subject, "The
Gr.ic.eor G.l, a Letter of Protection to Its
Possessors," 7.30 p. jt, "Oar Times in God's
smlthfield Methodist EptsconaL Rev. A.
C LU.g, pator Watch night service, lfcSO
Sa urday evening. Communion service
f-aot).ith morning, in the evening the pas
tor will preach a New Year's sermon.
Special 'ervice-) will be held in this church
next weel., beInuingTucsJay evening.
St Andiew's Lutheran, corner Stevenson
and Colwell, Rev. A. W Mejer, pas tor -Chrstmas
musical programme repealed in
morning s-ervices: topic, "The Broad and
Narrow lljj." In the evening a lecture will
- gien on "Tne American Lutheran
i lurch in Her Infancy." Admission free.
Ml wuico.i e.
Petei s p. E., corner Grant and Dia-
i streets, Rov. W. K. Mackej, lector
- at itaso a. st. and 70 r. si. Sunday
The evening lecture will be
u'on of the series, "Makers of
v or God in American His-
siocio.1 he id or "How Eng-
lical Church, Fulton
lei. pastor Preaching
Morning theme: "En
l. io Presence of the
Way or the Righte
t uunng the week,
ng at 7:30, conducted
. r. of AHe'heuy.
Fifth and Be'J
r. Rev. Henry T.
the services at II
ng sublect, "The
1 Lite;" evening,
the Rev. A. B.
l, O., will assise
i ' ratbry to com-
lit Ships;" 7
y to the
fc .e ' Morning
-H - c i . t Thou;
6r. nee. , r luctedby
Pi . .1- j.a.
c mr iljir d avenue
'-Ho- .'c . Widley.
' a. a- d 7:15 p. st
Homing subject, "God a Reruceand fort
ress;" evening snbiect, "Two Things of Su
Alt. Olive Presbyterian, corner Shad and
Phillips avenncs, services by Rev. G. S.
Fisher Morning service at 10-15, subject,
"A Silent God;" evening service at 7:30..
Park avenue Presbyterian Church, Georcra
W. Chalfant. pastor U A. st, Rev. L. H.
Long, D. D.: 7:45 p. st. preaching by the pas
tor. "Marching Orders for the New Year."
Sbadyside United Presbyterian. Center
avenue and cypress street. Rev. J. K. Mc
Clurkin, D. D.. pastor 10:30 subject, "The
Service or the Tent;" 7:15, "At Jacob's WelL"
St. Mark's Memorial Rolormed, North
Highland avenue and Harvard street. Rev.
Ambrose M. Schmidt, pastor. 11 a. m.. "A
Wondrous Star;" 7.15-p. st, "New Year
Union Baptist, South Nineteenth street,
the Rev. J. W. Riddle, pastor Morn
ing service followed hv the Lord's supper;
evening subject, "Old Year Regrets and New
Year Resolutions "
Oakland Baptist, Bates and Atwood
streotx, William Ward West, pastor Morn
ing, 10:45, -'Commission, Permission and Ad
mission," followed by the Lord's supper.
Evening, 7:45, New Year's advice.
East End Christian, H. K. Pendleton,
pastor Services at H a. St. and 7:45 p. St. In
the morning a special service will beheld
for the purpose of paying the church debt;
evening service subject, "Open Doors."
Shady Avenue Cumberland Presbyterian,
J. W. McKav, pastor. 11 A. St.. New Year's
sermon, "Do as You'd BeDoneBy:"7:30r.st,
communion service. Gospel meetings every
evening, except Saturday, at 7:45. A sincere
invitation to worship is extended.
Communion service at Christ Lutheran
Church, Sheridan avenue, at 10:45 A. st The
pa-tor. Rev. J. L. Smith will preach an ap
propriate New Year's sermon on "Lire's
rleetlng Year"," and -at 7:30 p. St., his subject
will be "Rejected Mercy." Strangers cor
Shady Avenue Baptist, between Fifth and
Penn avenues, W. A. Stunton, D. D. pastor
Services at 11 A. st and 7:30 p.st. Morning
subject, "A Pastor's New Year Talk." Alter
the sermon communion service and recep
tion of new membeis. Evttaing subject,
"Promises for the New Year."
Duquesne Heights M. E., Bev. W.H.Rodon
Daugh, pastor Morhlng, t'A Meditation on
Duty and Destiny;" evening, "A Special
New Year's Greeting." On Saturday even
ing, beginning at 10 o'clock, we willwatoU
the old year out and the new year in. Ep
worth League meets at 6 30.
Sontbside Presbyterian, corner Twentieth
and Sarah streets, Bev. Farrand, nastor
Services at 10:30 A. st und 7.30 p. St.: morning
subject, "Helps lor Living Thio'the New
Year;" evening subject, "The Great Reck
oning." Gospel meetings every evening
during the week at 7:30 o'clock.
Sixth United Pre-bvterian, Collins avenue
nnd Station street. Services conducted by
the pastor. Rev. R. M Russell 11 a. x "The
People That Do Know Their God;" 7.45 p st,
gospel discourse by Rev. Wilbur F. Crafts,
"Your Reason lor Not Loving God." Gospel
meeting each evening ot the week except
Methodist Protestant, Virginia avenue
and Bigham street, S. F. Crowther,
Etstor Watch night services at 11 p. st,
ecember 31. Sabbath Xew Year's services,
10.30 A. St., "God's Lovo in Our Redemption,"
followed by communion service; Sunday
school, 2 P. St.; consecration service, 6:45;
New Year's sermon, 7.30 p. st, "I It Well
With Tiie'-I" Week of praer; services
every evening; cordial invitation to all
Trinity Chnrcb, Sidney street Special
Svlvester services on Saturday evening at
Mt. Washington United Presbvterian, R.
H. Hood, pastor 10:30 a. st, "1S93; How Old
Are Youl" 7.30 p. st, "God's Matching Orders
Walton M. E., W. P. Turner, D. D.. pastor,
will preach in the morning on "Bringing
Sinners to Jesus," and in the evening on
"Revivals." Revivel meetings to be held
during the following week.
Second Primitive Methodist, Cobden
street, Rev. H. J. Buckingham, pastor
Services at ICmO a. St., "How Have ou Fated
During the Old Year, 1892?" and 7 P. ST., "New
Year Promises." Christian Endeavor meet
ing at 6 o'clock sharp, conducted by Mr. W.
Grace English Lutheran Mission, Reine
man's Hull, Troy Hill Snnday.school at 4 p.
st Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. st
Providence Presbyterian, Madison avenue
and Liberty stieet, Bev. W. A. Hunter,
pastor Services jit 10 3u a. st and 7:45 p. st.
Eighth United Presbyterian, Observatory
Hill, W. T. Wishart, pastor Morning, "A
Search Warrant ; " evening, " Lost and
First Christian, corner or Montgomery
avenne and Arch street, Rev. Chapman S.
Lncas, pastor 10.30 A. st and 7.30 p. st
Maple Avenne M. E., Allegheny, Rev. W.
S. Lockard. pastor Sunday school 4 p. st;
preaching 7:30 p. St., subject, "A New Year's
Second U. P., Rev. W. H. McMillan, D. D.,
pastor 10 30 a. St., "Traveling Home;" 7:30 p.
St., "How to Keep Good Resolutions;" Y. P.
S. C. E. at 6.30 p. st
Free New Church Society, Caledonia Hall,
101 Federal street Doctrinal class at 10:30 a.
St. Discourse at 11:15, "Acknowledging the
Ninth U. P.. Notth nnd Grant avenues
Services at 11 A. x. nnd 3 r st, by the pastor.
Rev. J. R. J. Milligan; morning subject,
"Among the Robbers."
Allegheny Reformed Presbyterian, San
dusky and North Diamond streets. Rev. W.
J. Coleman, nastor Subject, 10.30 a. St. "Tho
Promised Land ; " 3 p. si., "The Savior
Central Presbyterian, comer Anderson
and Lacock streets. Rev. S. B. McCormick,
pastor Subject, 10.45 A. st, "More Land to
He Possessed;" 7:15 p. st, "Tho Paralytic
North Presbyterian, Lincoln avenue U a.
st. anil 7.45 p.st, the nastor, Rev.John Fox,D.
D.,will preach. Services every evening next
week, and next Saturday (Week of Prayer)
at 7:45 o'clcck.
Sixth U. P., corner Franklin and Cbartiers
streets, 1. F. McGill, pastor, 10.30 a. 51. Eighth
anniversary sermon of tho present pastor
ate. 7:30 p. st, address by Rev. Robert
Stewart, D. D., orsialkot. India,
North Avenue M. E., Allegheny, Rev. J A.
Story, pastor 10:30 a. st, the qnarterly com
munion service: 3:30 p. st., special meeting
ior men only: 7:30 p. st., preaching by the
?aston subject, "Thoughts for the New
The New Jerusalem, Isabella and San
dusky streets; services Sunday morning at
10.45 A. St.; Rev. John Whitehead, p.istm
Subject: "Faith l onjoined With Charity."
The eveninir lectures are postponed until
alter the holidays.
Central Allegheny R. P., Sandusky, south
of Ohio stieet. Rev. J. .W. Sproull, pastor
1030 A. st, "A Fool and His Resolution;" 3 p.
St., "The Great Importance of the Question
as to the Opening of the Gates of the Expo
sition on the Sabbath."
Calvary Church, Western Theological
Seminary Chapel, Ridge and Irwin avenues
Preaching at 11 A. st bj' th Rev. G. W.
Izei, D. D. Reception ot members. Preach
ing at 7:30 p. st by the Rev. A. H. Norcross,
D. D. Sunday school at 10 A. si.
Green Street Baptist, Scott and Robinson
streets. R. S. Laws, D. D, pastor Watch
praise meeting will be held Saturday night
trotn 9 p. st. to 12:10 a. St.; Sunday, preaching
10-5) A. St., subject, "Necessary Repioof;" 7:30
. St., "Divine Honors Are Righteously
Nixon Street Baptist, between Chartiers
street and Manhattun, J. M. Uutson, pastor
Morning, 1030, annlversa.-y sermon, "All
Things for Christ and the Church." Even
ing, 7:30, "The King's Business " Gospel serv
ices every evening next week except Sat
urday. Sandusky Street Baptist, Cyclorama Hall,
Irwin avenue. BF. Woodbnrn, pastor 10-30
A. St., "Facing the Futuie:" 7:30 t. si.,
Rational service: 2:00 p. St. Fifty -seventh
anniversary of the Sundar school; addresses
on the past, present and future of our
Trinity Lutheran, Stockton avenue and
Arch street New Year services to
morrow, conducted by the pastor, Rev.
Dr. John G. Goettman. Subject m the
morning: "Going Forward." In the even
ing: "A New Year's Message to Young
McClure Avenue Presbyterian Church,
Rev. S. J. Glass, pastor 11 A.st, "A Personal
Inquiry;" 730 p. St., "Retrospect nnd Pros
pect." At 230 p. st. the Brighton Avenue
Mission Chapel, under the care of this
chnrcb, will be dedicated. Rev. D. C. Ken
nedv, ol First Church,AUegheny,will preach
Christ Episcopal, Union avenne, corner N.
Diamond street, Bev. Robert Meach, rector
Services, 10-30 a. m. and 7:31 p. St. Being Hos-
Blftl j-undav. --orvicH at Allegheny General
nspltal at 4 o'clock. Bible class presided
over by the rector meets at 2 45 In tho rec
tor's study. An yonng men aie specially
invited to join this class.
Arch Street Methodist Episcopal, Arch
and North Diamond stieets. Rev. C. A.
Hulmos, D. D. pastor Watch-night ser
vice nnder the auspices of the Epworth
Leagne on Saturday night, beginning at 10
o'clock. Sabbath servioes: Preaching at
f tt'-i' .-3"J7"J.:s v a,, jr
iu:oua. x. anu iioup. st, oaooam-Bwiwi
p. st Epwortb League service at 6.50 p. st.
Services conducted at the Allentown Mis
sion (Baptist) as usual at 7 P. St., in charge
or Bev. William H. Walker, Jr.
First Christian, Mansfield Valley, Pa., O.
H. Philips, pastor Morning. "Pictures From
an Old Album, Abraham in Egypt;" evening,
"Half Hours with the Apostles, the New
Birth." Rev. T. H. Colhouer, D. D., pastor of the
Methodist Protestant Churob, in KnoxvUle,
Sonthslde, Pittsburg, will preach on next
Sabbath at 10.30 a. st, on the importance of
NumDerlng Our Days," and at 730 p.st on
"The Necessity of Present and Personal
Consecration toihe Service of God." This
evening (New Year's eve) a watch-meeting
will be held when Rev. T. Wilmer Colhouer
will preach on "The Lost Times." Meetings
will be held every night next week in this
church commencing at 7:30 p. M. Seats free
and a welcome to all.
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Italian banks are to be inspected.
Alabama weather is the coldest
The winter has been favorable for live
stock In Colorado. v
Switzerland has heavily increased its
tariff on French goods.
Gejrmany and Russia have agreed to a
commercial status qua
Wyoming cattlemen are preparing for
their trials, which begin Monday.
Berlin Hebrews will petition to the
Kaiser against their persecutors.
William" Mawhoir is under arrest at Sid
ney, In., tor the murder of five wives.
Tho recent Dublin explosion badly -
cracked the walls or the Excnange court.
Prussian military had to bo called out to
quell riotous lead and iron mine strikers.
A grand wolf roundup near Virginia,
III., scared up two animals, but they es
caped. A National Congress in India passed res
olutions demanding home rule for that
Startling charges of discrimination are
made at Chicago against transcontinental
Only 29 Balaklava survivors can" be found
in Enslaud. They enjoyed a banquet in
London the other day.
White caps at Kokoma, In a., adminis
tered a terrioie beating to Thomas McCarty,
an alleged wiic-beater.
A young Minncsotian in search of work,
J. H. McLaren, skated his way from St Paul
toQnincy, III., 5SS miles.
The first suit in the Crooked Bay Bail
road disaster in Aikansas resulted in a ver
dict or $20,000 in favor or Rulus A. Clark.
C S. Christopher, manager or the North
ern Building and Loan Association, Dallas,
Tex., has been arrested for embezzling
An expedition has gone from Panama to
seek treasures supposed to be hidden in the
Manganate mountains in the time of the
A Great Northern express train ran into
a herd or antelopes near Blackfoot, Mont,
seven of the animals weie killed and the
engine was disabled.
Mexican revolutionists on Texas soil near
Laredo, murdeied Geafilo Gonzales, a boy
whom they suspected of giving intormation
to United States troops.
An avalanche in Lemhi county, Idaho,
caught a number ot freight teams. Several
men narrowly escaped, two horses were
killed and much Ireight was destroyed.
The Lane Seminary question is ap
proaching a crisis and, possibly, an appeal
to civil courts. At all events, tue seminary
management will stand by Prof. Smith.
President Harrison 'has proclaimed a
definite airangement of commercial reci
procity with Salvador, concluded on the 12th
ultimo. The arrangement is to take effect
The United States Whip Company -was
organized in Poitland, Me., with a capital of
$2,200,000. It is understood this company is
to be formed by consolidation or all the
whip companies In the United States.
The lease of the Commercial Union Tele
graph Company to the Postal Telegraph has
been coniDiotea, and tho papers were signed
December 23. The lease is lor 99 years, trom
January 1, 1833, and the teims ale 6 per cent
to the Commercial Company on its capital
Frank Schwartz, Washington agent of
the Anheuser-Husch Brewing Association of
St. Louis, committed suicide at Trinidad, a
enbuib of Washington, D. C, by shooting
himself through the heart on atcount or do
mestic unhuppiness. Iho affair was pre
meditated. A man in Birmingham, Ala., John Ladd,
attempted to drag Ills sweetheart. Miss
Reid, from her father's house. When her
father and brother interfered he threatened
to slaughter the whole lamily. Young Reid
seized a gun and shot out both eyes of the
The Harney Peak Tin Company in North
Dakota has begun operations with its sec
ond battery of concentrators, and all re
ports agree that tho process, until now ex
perimental, saves a very large proportion
ot the tin crystals In the ore crushed. The
mill will soon be in lull operation and ship
ping regularly to the Eastern smelters.
The contest made by the old directors of
the Ohio and Mississippi Railway Company
against the control of that company panning
into the hands of theBaltlmoieand Ohio
has been biought to a close by the voluntary
resignation ot four or the five remaining
membeis of the old board. These vacancies
will bo filled by friends or the Baltimore and
The Treasury Department has received a
telegram fiom President HUinbotham, of the
World's Fair, asking lor an additional ship
ment or 100,000 souvenir coins. Orders weie
at once mveu to push the vouchers through
the several bureaus, and it is expec4d the
coin will reach Chicago by next Wednesday.
The demand for the coin still continues
The first .case prosecuted., under the
modus Vivendi, lor entering the Bering Sea
last summer, was beard Tnursday in the
Admiralty Court at Victoria, B. C. The case
was against the schooners Oscar and the
Hattie, seized by the United States cruiser
Mohican at Atu. The defense was that the
schooners only put in for supplies. No de
cision yet ,
Mrs. James Brown Potter has sent a
certified check tor $1,500 to Mr. H. S. Miner,
in part payment for money loaned her by
him at the time of Mrs. Potter's demit. Witu
the check was a note ior $2,000, the balance
due on the obligation oj SJ.5U0. The note
was indorsed by Joun Stetsou, under whose
management Mrs. Potter is now playing in
At Gardnersville, Ky., Thursdav even
ing, a nei-'hbor entering the house ot James
Barnes round Mrs. Barnes lying across the
bed dead, with her head crushed, while
Barnes and Kerr were lying in a corner or
the room, also dead, frightlullv slashed with
knives. Each grasped a knife in his band.
The surroundings showed that the battle
bad been long and terrible.
Railroad detectives are on tho trail of
the persons who arc believed to have mur
dered and cremated Miss E. O. Ayres, the
station agent at Brighton Junction, Col.,
Wednesday night. It has been learned that
two men traded a gold ring for liquor at
Latrobe early Thursday morning. Two
friends of the dead woman have partly
Identified the ring as belonging to her.
25 Per Cent Off! 25 Per Cent Off!
The above cash discount from the plainly
marked prices on all Christmas goods will
answer equally well for New Year's gifts.
This discount includes all kinds of fine brie-a-brac,
art pottery, pictures, paintings, Vi
enna and Dresden art novelties in bronze,
onyx, silver, plusli and leather, also onyx
pedestals and stands and all sorts of holiday
fancy goods. Kacpiiastxs'.
The Talk of the Town.
Recently Mr. Marvin, the famous cracker
man of Pittsburg, introduced to the trade
another new biscuit, one of the very best we
have ever bad thejiieasuie of tasting.
For a table dainty we never saw its equal.
The name of it is Fay biscuit. Our word ior
it, it will fill a long-lelt want and will be ap
pieciated by all classes, rroui tho "society
belle" to the "street sweeper's daughter."
There is no greater blessing than health,
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PROBLEM NO. 267.
Composed for The Dlspatch.1
BT XUGXITS WOODABD, SO. ORiWlLZTC, It T.
Black: S pieces.
White mates In two moves.
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM NO. 262.
By Esiil Palkosea.
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lllll mm mm v&i
wmm yrzm, raWft WOM n.
w. $M mt Ml
J mm wm MM
Black. White. Blnck. White.
PKB4 QQlcli KK3 QKt7
Ktiiny- QK8chKB4 QxP
PQ5 QQ7 KK5 QxP ch
Other Kt Kt 3
KB! PKtlchKKtS QKBlm
SOLUTION OF PROBLEM NO. 26X
Br B. G. Laws.
Correct solutions received from McDoug
all, city, and Otto Wnrzbuig.
GaAME NO. 176-SCOTCH GAMBIT.
Heir E. Laslrcn in accordance with the
programme or play published last week,
played five games on even terms at tho
Franklin Chess Club, of Philadelphia, two
against D. M. Martinez and one each auainst
A. K. Robinson, G. Reichhelm and Walter
Penn Shipley, winning all or them.
Subjoined is game No. 2 of tho series, for
the score of which we are indebted to Mr.
27. Q B 7
29. O B 7
R Q li 1
Q It Kt 1
1. PK4 PK4
2. K Kt B 3 Q Kt li 3
3. PQ4 PxP
4. KtxP Bill
5. BK3 QII3
6. PQB3 KKtK2
7. BQB4 PQ3
8. Ca-tles KtKl
9. B-K 2 P K R 4
12. PxB KxKt
13. RtQ PxR
14.KtR3 PK 3
15. PR3 BK3
16. PB4 QRKKt
17. KBi QRKt4
13. RBI KUKKt
19. B B 1 P B 4
20. PBS PxB P
22. PxP RxBPch
23. K K 2 Q R Kt 4
24. Q Q 1 K Kt I
25. Q 0. 6 ch K R 1
30. Q Kt 6
31. Q B 7
37. QxP ch
33. OKtCch KBI
39. PK4 BxKP
40. KcKtS KQ2
41. QB7ch KK5
42. QKt6 RKc7
43 KK3 KtQ6cb
41. KxKt RxR
45. OB5 KtKl
46. KtB7ch KK3
47. Kt Kt 5 RxR P
White resigned alter
a few moves.
GAME NO. 177-IRREGUL AR OPENING.
No. 1 in tho series of exhibition games
given by E. Lasker at the Franklin Chess
Club, Philadelphia, December, 1892.
White. G.C.Relchhelm Blaok.
LPK4 PQS 25. RxR
2. PQ4 KKtB3 26. KKtl
S. QKtB3 PKKt8 27. KtKt2
4. KtB3 liKt'2 28. KtRl
5. B K 2 Castles 29. QxR
6. Castles Q Kt Q 2 30. Q QB 2
7. BKB4 PB4 3LKKB1
a PQ5 PKR3 32. KKt2
9. QQ2 P KKt 4 33. QB2
10. B Kt 3 Kt R 1 34. Q B 4
11. KtQl KtxB 35. KxQ
12. R PxKt KtKB3 38. BQJ
13.BQ3 PBS 37. BKB5
14. BxP KtxK P3S. RBI
15. QK2 PB4 39. RxB
16. PB3 HQ2 40. BB2
17. KtQ2 KtxKt 4L RK2
13. QxKc PBS 42. K Kt 1
19. PxP RxP 43. KBI
20. KtK3 QK1 44. KKtl
SL QK2 RR5 45. RK1
22. PKKt3 RR6 46. RBlcU
23. K Kt 2 P Kt 5 47. R Q 1
24. RR1 QR1 43. RQlch
3. RQlch KB 6
And White resigned.
Notes by Reichhelm.
22xx. P Kt 5. A pretty trap, for if white
Kt xPand black answer with Q to R 4 and
then if white plays P to B3, then black plays
BxKt and afterwards wins white's queen.
23xx, RxP. A beautiful saciifice, which
presented best hope for winning for black.
33R EL A blunder which throw away the
chance of drawing. SxPch should have
GAME NO. 178 TWO KNIGHTS' DEFENSE.
No. 5 in the series of exhibition games
given by E. Lasker at the Franklin Chess
Clnb, Philadelphia. Played Saturday, De
cember 24. 1892. score from the Times:
White. W. P. ShiDley. Black. E. Lasker.
1. P K 4 P K 4 11. QxQ PxQ
2. K Kt B 3 Q Kt B 3 12. Castles B B 4
3. B II 4 Kt B 3 13. Kt B 3 Cos. Q B
4. P Q 4 PxP 14. B B 4 P Q R 3
5. KtKtS KtKl 15. QRQ1 KQ5
& QxP Ktxll lolBQ2 RQ2
7. QxKt P Q 1 17. B K 3 BxKt
a PxP QxP 18. RxR KxR
9. Q K 2 ch B K 3 19. PxB P K 4
10. KtxB QxKt 20. P K B 1 Kt Q 4
The combination Initiated by white's 20th
move is leaslble but for the masterly de
fense or Lasker.
Black E. Lasker.
Si 3 B
m wAm m
W0 WM PI WM
mi m m m
W$, M WW, WfA
2 Ml 5 gfj glf 5 g
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HP w& a $ml
White W. P. Shipley.
21. B Q 2 PxP 30. K B 1 Kt Q 6
22. BxP KtxP 31. P Kt 3 K'K 3
23. BK5 KtxP 32.KK2 KtKl
24. BxP KK1 33.BK6 KB4
23. KR1 KtKtS 34.PR3 KK5
26. it Q B 1 P Q R 4 35. B Kt 5 V K 5
27. P B 3 KtQ6 36.KQ1 KB6
28. RQ1 RK8ch 37. Bis 4 KtXJ6
29. RxR KtxR And white reshtnei
CHESS BY CORRESPONDENCE.
Chess Editor of The Dispatch :
Will you please publish the following
A gentleman living in Beaver, Pa., wishes
to play one or more games of chess
by correspondence with some one In this
vicinity. Address W. E. L-, P. 0. box 10,
Tbe Hackney Mercury announces its ninth
problem tourney for three-mover direct
mates under the usual conditions. The
pieces are limited to four (value aud color
optional) in addition to the two king. Throe
prizes are oflcred. Composors mav enter
two problems, numbered in tho supposed
order of merit. Entries to be sent to Chess
Editor, 101 Qneen's-road, Dalston, N. E., Lon
don, England, by April 1, 1893.
In the first installment of an essay on
duals by Mr. F. M.Xeed in a recent number
of the American Chess Monthly, he writes:
"A good chess problem is, so to speak, an
intermedium employed by tho composer to
exhibit to the solver in a striking anfrplear
ing manner tho powers of the pieces acting
lit combination. In order to seenre attentive
consideration a problem is usually placed
before the sorver unaccompanied by its
so'.ition, and if the defense can be so
played that mate can be lorced only by
using every attack designed by the com
poser the problem is sound; that is, it serves
Its purpose as a vehicle for the communica
tion of ideas, for In ordei: to comply with
the stipulation the solver must teoognlce
all the composer's designs or Ideas.
But if there be any attack lead
ing to mate as required, which
can be substituted tot a Use proposed
- . :?.!; . -1. f-c
by the composer, that particular variation
becomes nnsound, for a solver may adopt
the optional attack and so fall to realize the
fnll merit aud beauty or the design, unless
it be present in another variation. It fol
lows then that a 'dual' cannot prossibly dis
count a problem by more than the value of
the Intended continuation, which lc may cut
out, and not even that, should tho idea be
equally well showu in a sound vailation.
To sum np the importanpe Of an optional
attack is determined by the value of what
it causes the solver to lose absolutely.
Hence, shonld a choice of attack be found
against a defense, which, in any event,
brings ont nothing or value, the 'dual' is of
The Indiana State Choss Association held
its fifteenth annual meeting from December
12 to 17 nt Lugansport. The first prize and
tbe championship for Indiana for the ensu
ing year ere won by C. O. Bellard. Herr E.
Lasker and Mr. J, M. Showalter, of Ken
tucky, played two match games, tbe first
being won by Lasker and the second by
Showalter. Owing to the indisposition of
Lasker the third game was not played. The
prize was divided by consent of the playei a.
Dr. Gold, the iamons Vienna composer, ai
rived in New York a few days ago. It is said
that he intends to reside there.
The first intercollegiate chess tournament
between Columbia, Princeton, Yale and
Harvard began on Tuesday, December 27, at
4 p. st, at the Berkeley School Armory, New
Turk City. Dr. Chauncey M. Depew pre
sented the challenge cup. Following was
the pairing for luesday:
Table. White. Black.
No. 1 Hymes, Columbia, vs Bsllou, Harvard.
N o. 2 Buiustead, Yale, ys DICKlc. Princeton.
No. 3-Llbalre, Columbia, vs Ewing, Princeton.
No. 4-bklnutr, Yale, vs Wilson, HarTara.
Urines. Columbia, detente I Ballon. Har-
vaid, in a Ruy Lopez aster 32 moves, and
jiwing, rnnceton, defeat
defeated Libalre. Colnm
a center counter gambit after 45
Tne pairing for Wednesday was as follows
Table. White. Black.
No. 1 Hymes, Columbia, vs Bumstead. Yaie.
No. 2 DIcKey.l'rluccton. vs atlou. Harvard.
No. 3 Llualre, Columbia, vs Wilson, Harvard.
No.4-Stiuuer, Yale, vs Ewing, Frinceton.
Lasker won the sixth game, A Q P open
ing, in the scries of exhibition games at the
Franklin Chess Club, Philadelphia, against
H. G. Voigt alter 46 moves.
HE GAME OF DRAUGHTS.
Black men occupy squares
to 12;whltemen squares
51 to 82. Black men al
ways move first.
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SOLUTION TO PROBLEM NO. 211.
UTD GAME, BETWKES REED AND TT801T.
rt'hlte-12, 20: Kings, 3. 9. 10.
Black-11, lb. 2Si kliifrs. 17. 23.
Black (Recrt) to play and win.
11-15, 10-19, 17-13. 20-11, 23-7. Black wins.
P30BLEM NO. 212. END GAME.
BY L. S. BEAD, CHICAGO, ILL.
Black (Webstcr)-4, 6. 8, 10, 12, 14, 15. 22.
Black (Heaii)-13, 20. 21. 23, 21, 28, 19. 31.
White to play and draw.
PROBLEM NO. 213-END GAME STROKE.
BY A. J. HEPPKEB, DEDHAST, MAM.
Composed for The Dlspitch.l
White-lS. 18. 17. 22. 25. 2G. 27, 28. 32.
Black-l. 3, 5. 6, 7. 8, 11, 19, 20.
Black to play and"wln.
CHICAGO CLUB VERSUS n. I. JACKSOST.
To the Checker Editor of The Dispatch:
In your department I find yon state H. I.
Jackson domanded his tee and dnes back
and left our club because he declined' to re
tract and npologize for his unbecoming lan
guage towaid a member. Allow me tore
late'tho true state ot things:
First H. I. Jackson npDlied the word liar
to Mr. J. T. Denvlr, which is strictly against
Second He accused J. Suwalskle (our
noted bov or 17 vears. nho beat this H.I.
, Jackson) of playing dishonestly, and le
( fleeted on the lad's good standing: that no
boy could beat him at cnecKeis; ana ne dia
not come to Chicago to be beaten by a boy.
Both case3 were reported to me. I diew
up the complaints and read publicly in our
cl ub.in the presence of H. I. Jackson. He ad
mitted the truth of tho same, but declined
to rotract or apologize. I gave him 15
minutes to consider his position, but ho still
declined. I toldhim the penalty would be ex
pulsion, ne said: "Very well, but
give me iny fees back," which 1 did, to save
necessity of calling a meeting to vote him
out, this being tho first case of the kind
since tho club's origination.
G. Odkll. Secretary and Treasurer
Chicago Club, December 24, 1891
GAME NO. 413-SW1TCHEB,
BY L. S. HEAD, CHICAGO, ILL.
mi timwk mmm
vtzv. yaztib "uma wfflk
WM HH HI ill
ill mm wm wA
HI YM Wk Wm
PI -if m M
WW' VZMli VWZb s?;
wjwf WS Wffi?A Wffi?
11-15 11-15 2-27 5-9 10-15 10-15
21-17 17-14 3i-23 2125 9 6 610
9-13 15-24 8-11 9-14 0 7-11 18-23
25-21 27-20 25-22 25-21 167 Black
811 10-17 11-15 1 0 -3-10 Wins.
30-25 21-14 a 20-10 22-17 6-2
4-8 13-17 12-19 11-18 19-23
24-19 22-13 53-10 17-14 28-10
1524 6- 9 tt 19 1-6-10 15-31
23-19 13- 31-27 14 9 ,2- 6
In a foreign paper, among other things
stated, ltsaTS: "llie strength of this move will
be seen as the game continues, rne game, now
crer, resulted In a draw, as at variation 'C "
(c) 10-11 alsiwius See variation 2.
101 16-11 6-10 26-19 10-14 I
- 7 2-10-15 C 7-2 15-31 7-10
10 11-7 19-23 2-7 18-22 I
7-10 I 10 2S, I 15-81 I 10-15 28-S2 3 22
6- 2 I 26-19 I 2 t I 6-1C 10-28, Drawn.
J0;4 i s-9 119-28 128-32 19 13d I 32-27
U-7 p-2f 1 7-? 2-g U-2 IB.wlns.
(d) 32-27. 6-13,
Dec. 24. 1892.
BT A. J. UEPPXKK, SZDHAM. ,StAS8.
11-18 15-18 4-lb 1J-22 7-11 12-H
3-19 19-15 17-14" 26-17 17-18 l-3
8-11 10-19 9-13 U-15 2-7 3 8 a
22-17 24-8 11-17 31-26 J 25-21
(a) ronns problem No, HO,'
GAME NO. 415DYKE.
BT A. J. BETTSTEB.
1115 10-19 I 9-13 7-11-1 27 812
2217 2318 22-18 25-18 15-22 21-17
15-19 12-19 13-2 11 1G IS-3) 48
24-15 5823 18-15 29-25 3138 30-25 a
(a) Forms nroblem No.
Black to play and win.
210, colon reversed.
7-11 I 2-7
12-18 30-25 b
(b) Forms problem 211.
A. J. HzrrstEB.
GAME NO. 416-BRISTOL CROSS.
BY A. J. HETTNER.
11-16 H-18 9-13 16-19 12-16 7-11
23-18 22-15 21-17 29-3 28-22 21-17
8-11 10-19 l.J-22 4- 8 18-10 2 7
18-15 2415 25-18 25-21 3126 30-25 a
(a) Forms problem No.
113. Your readers will
aiso-oDserve here as in
'Drke" came, if instead nt
30-25, white should play 27-23, black could reply
with 6-9. 23-16. 9-14 and white would have a hard
row to hoe. A. J. Heppner.
GAME NO. 417-DOUBI-E CORNER.
Black-Mr. J. H. Strudwlck. "White-Mr. Coe.
9-14 a-25 b9 13 28-17 8-11 14-9
22-18 16-20 23-18 12-16 3127 10-13
S 9 alS-15 14-23 19-12 2 7 18-14
28-22 1118 27-18 1019 27-23 15-19
11-16 22-15 7-11 17-14 19-26 23-18
24-19 48 22-17 1116 30-23 19-23
8-11 25-22 13-22 21-17 6-10 B wins
NOTES BY MR. BTRUDWICK.
(a) I behove this will draw, but It Is very weak,
(b) Some time ago. In Dlaylnz a similar game I
tried 7-11 as already published by a celebrated
Slayer, and expected my opponent to close up 2i-18.
nt he Instead played 22-17. 11-18. 19-15, 10-19. 17-10.
6-1", 23-5, and I had to run for the draw. 1 claim
the move In text as the best and strongest at this
point. AeuvastU Chronicle.
Played in the match between Jordan and
Fraser in their match at Duudeo, Scotland.
10-18 2522 8-15 27-3 29-22 9 6
24-2D 10-14 2117 8-12 28 I 1923 .
15-19 29-25 4-8 24-16 26 Drawn.
23-16 14-23 17-13 12-19 1-10
12-19 2718 16 22-13 7-11
22-18 11-15 32-27 15-29 13-9
6-10 18-11 9-14 30-25 H-17
GAME NO. 419 BRISTOL.
The following interesting game we take
from tbe Glasgow Herald. It cannot fall to
be Interesting, considering that one of the
contestants was blind.
Most of tbe experienced checkerists in
Glasgow have seen, or at least heard of, Mr.
William Bennett, the blind draught-player,
and many have found him no mean loeman
across the checkered board. He has for
some three years back, however, been exer
cising his abilities as a draught-player in a
new role namely, conducting games by
correspondence with an opponent in Can
ada. But we will leave Mr. Bennett to tell
his story in his own graphio way:
'Some three years ago (writes Mr. Ben
nett) I received a letter irotn Mr. D. Stewart,
a Glasgow gentleman, who took a farm in
Manltooa, stating that Mr. H. Norman, or
Winnipeg, wished toplay a match of four
games at draughts with mv. As I bad often
plaved with Mr. Stewart in Glasgow, to keep
up correspondence with him I agreed to
play a match with Mr. Norman. After
nearly three years play the match has just
been finished, the four games ending in
draws. As I believe there bave been few
matches played at so great adlstance.I send
you one or the gamos the Bristol as thero
is not much book play in it."
UAME NO. 2079-BRISTOL.
Black-Mr. Norman. White Mr. Bennett.
1116 9-14 3-7 6-9 15-18 13-23
24-19 18 9 23-W 19-16 22-15 27-18
8-11 5-14 15-24 9-12 13-22 11-23
22-18 22-17 23-19 25-22 23-19 21-17
4- 8 11-15 11-15 11-15 11 -18 9-14
25-22 29-25 32-23 16-12 8- 3 17-13
16-K 711 1-J4 1 B 6-9 3-27
19-16 16 7 2819 28-23 3 7 7-11
12-19 2-11 8-11 7-11 1015 Drawn
23-16 17-23 31-27 12- 8 19-10
The Scottish great battle for the cham-
Sionship starts Monday, January 2, 1893.
urprlses, uch as the Wylllo-Jordan, Seu-rlght-McKelvie,
and Jordan, the English
wonder ot 1892, may occur.
Jordan, the English champion, was de
feated in a team match by the London
champion, F. Tcscbeleit. Score, 1 to 0 and 1
At the present rate of Issue, J. P. Reed's
Weekly Journal will take three years to com
plete the 52 numbers.
Mr. Lovett, the leading tonsorial artist of
Mansfield, Pa., is quite an expert checker
player, and the recognized "boss of the
Chicago and Allegheny cities have tbe
checker clnDs that give their members to
understand they must comply strictly with
the rules or they are not in it.
James Wyllie, "World's champion," fin
ished his engagement at Dumbarton, Scot
laud, about December L H. F. MoAtcer's
foieign correspondent has the news Decern
ber27,only two weeks behind tbe exchanges.
"Wo are the people."
Checker players visiting Tarentum having
any time to spare should call on Mr. Hans
btuy. Hisb.irbersh p is nearly opposite
the Opera House. He made a good record
by defeating his opponent in the team
match Mav 30.
Mr. Wright's challenges are about to re
sult like those he issued in 1886, on the eve
of his proposed visit to Europe. We wore not
interested in tho game in those days, bntthe
Turf, Field and Farm for 1886 will show the
same parties involved. Barker, Reed, Schaf
ler, and John T. Denvlr.
It Is with feelings ot extreme regret we
learn of tho death of Samuel Johnson, tollow
ing so c!ooly on the death or his lamented
lather, Jesse Johnson, one of tho leading
checker players of the county, whoso death
was lelt keenly by the boy, who has so soon
followed. The last move "In this world
comes at all ages. It Is to be boped be knew
the move to win. --
Mr. H. I. Jackson, writing to headquarters,
remarked he found The Dispatch on file in
different checker resorts. The self-styled
"People's Only Checker Medium" docs not
find much lavor out West.
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Without injurious medication.
For several years I have recommended
Sour ' Castoria, and shall always continue to
o bo as it has invariably produced beneficial
Enwnt F. Pabdeb, M. D.,
Too Winthrop," 1.3th Street and Tth Am,
Kew York City.
Cokpaut, 77 Mtnuur Sisett, Krw Toaz.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. H&
WELL? There's certainly
nothing unsuitable about you,
and' the gentleman we can't
suit is an odd specimen of
humanity. Our suits are
suits in all senses of the word,
and we need not give you a
bribe to buy, if you see them.
The materials suit the most
fastidious taste because they
are selected with the greatest .
' of care. They suit in style,
art, finish and makeup, be
cause they are the production
of our ozv7i skilled and ex
perienced workmen, working
under the direction of Mr. I.
Jackson, the senior member
of ottr firm, and these are the
just reasons why everyone is
well suited when they patron
ize I. Jackson & Bro.
NO W, we are about to take in
ventory of our stock. We
want to reduce it as much as
possible, and you'll get some
surprising bargains if you
come at your earliest conveni
ence. Come at once.
954 and 956 Liberty St.,
SOME fine Stiil" and Pants,'
remnants made to order at
greatly reduced prices.
DR. E. C. WESTS
Treatrrent. a gnirante specific for Hysteria,
Dizziness. CVmvuMons. Kits. Nervous .Neuralgia,
Headache, Xerrons Prostration caused by the use
ofal'ohoi or tolucco, Waketnlnes. Mental De
predion. Sottcnln of tho llrMn resulting in in
fcanltr. decay and icath. Prrma'ureUM Age, Lost
of Power In either t!Y, lnvolautarr Losses and
s-pennatorrlHvi caused br over-exertion of tho
brain, self-abuse or over-Indul-erce. Each box
contains on inontiVs treatment. l 00 a box. ot
six for 5 W. brxr.ail.
TVi: GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To enre anv cae. With each order received for
six botes we will send the purchaser onr written
guarantee to refund the money if the treatment
does ot cure. Guarantees issued imlybvhIIIL
li. &TCCKY. DrugjrUt. om Agent. Nos. 2WI and
ITOll'enn avenue, corner Wylicrrenueand halloa
street. Pittsburg. Pa. Use Mucky'a Diarrlifca and
Cramp Cure. 5 and SO cts. Ja-18i-eou
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED
The (Treat SpB
lsh ltemnlT. Is
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Will T T E N
I. cure all nerr
ons rilftas rs, snesj
as Weak Memorv
BKTOTtE AST Amu usixc. Loss of Drain rowers
Wakefulness. I.o' Manhood. Nlfthtly Emissions.
Nervousness. Lassitude. all cJrdns and loss ofpower
or the Gr-teratlre Orzans In either sex caused by
oTer-exert!oii. yontlifnl errors, or excesslre nseoc
tobacco, opium or sthnulints. SI per nackasr by
mall: fbrlV With etry order we OIVE A
MONEY. Spanlih .Medlclno Co., MadrM. Spain,
and Detroit. Mich, for sale b JUS. 1LE111SO i
BUM. Flttsbure. ct-B-nm
the wonderful remedy.
Is sold wltn a written
guarantee to cure all
nervous diseases. uc!i
as Weir Memorr.Loss
or Brain Power. Head
Lost liinhood, Hlsht-lyErai-sIon-.Nerrous-
rzroasAArrEacsso. Sfcs VoMtTrVw
er of the Generative orzans la cither sex caused by
over exertion, you thrnl errors, or excessive usa or
tobacco, opium or stimulants trhica soon lead to
Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. Put np con
venient to carry In vest pocket. SI per package by
mall : 6 ror t&. With every SO order wo jrive a vmtua
cuaronUc to ewe or refLndttiemoiiev.ClKalaxfn.
Address Aerte Seed Co.. Chicago, lit
For sale in Plttstmrs by JOS. 1 LEM.IN G SOJf,
410 a.id 412 Market street. noSl-H-TTS
With Electro-Magnetic Suspensory
Wincnrowlthontmodlrln- n Weakness r-mt1-
rrom over-taxation of brain, nerre forces, excess
or Indiscretion, as exhanstlon. nervous deblll I
sleeplessness, languor rhenmatlsm. kidney, lire.
biiu wuuuci vuiiimiiiu,. ame oacE, JnmDajro, SCI
atlra. eeneral Ill-health, etc This Electric Belt
contains wonderfnl improvements over alt others
and icltrs a currvnt thai Is Instantly relt bj wearer '
or wc forfeit ?.".0O0. and will euro all or the abova
diseases or no pay. Thonsands have been enred by
ilils marvelous Invention after ail other remedies
railed, and we rItc hundreds or testimonials la tbU
and every other State.
SOItT, the BTeatest boon ever offered weak mea.
FREE with ALL BELTS. Health aad vlrorooa- '
tren-th GUARANTEED In 00 to K diTf. Sadrst
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