Clipped From Hartford Courant
Nfw York, Nov. 21. The chess match between New York and Philadelphia progressed on Saturday evening to the extent of twelve more moves on each side, bringing the number up to thirty-one, The uame will probably bo brought to a conclusion on M jnday evening by a dead draw, both sides having played with the most extreme caution. Il lacks anything like those startling covps which have made Morphy tamous. The moves of Saturday evening were: 20 Knight to knight 5. Queen to king' 2. 21 Queen's rook to queen. King' rook to rook' 3. 22 Fawn takes pawn I'awu takes pawn. 23 Knight takes bishop. Queen takes knight. 24 Queen to queen's 3. Queen', rook to queen's knight. 25 Queen takes queen. Pawn takes queen. 28 Kook takes bishop. Kook takes rook. 27 - Ilishop to king's 6 King to king's 2. 28 - Kook to queen's knight, fawn to king's bishop 3 29 Bishop takes rook King takes bisbo. (check ) 30-Kingto hishop's 2. King tobishop's 3. bl - Kliig to king's 2. fawn to queen's rook 4. We give the nrevious moves in the game, on the second page. Ed. Cocr.