Clipped From The Courier-Journal
AMERICAN CHESS CjNGRLSS. Player to Meet at Lexlagtoa To-31 To-31 To-31 or- or- row For Liberal Piizes. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 2. (Special.) Tho American Cliess Congress will nieet in this city next Tuendny, tu its fourtii annua meeting. The play in the cham pionship tournumetit and free-for free-for free-for all will begin at 10 o'clock on Tuesday morn ing and proewd according to tlie rules of the association. The State repre sentatives for tlie championship tourna tnent are as follows: K. IMruai, S. Lips-rhutz, Lips-rhutz, Lips-rhutz, or J. M. Iinnhnm, New Yorlt; V. H. Pollock, Maryland; S. F. J. Trabne, Kentucky; C. Eocke Curtis. Ohio; W. U. Riule. Indiana. J. M. 'lomliuson. al ternate: Dr. C. lick. Missouri. J. W. Shows Iter, of this city, winner of the first championship at the first and third meetings meetings of the association, will also enter. I ho citizens of this city have raised a riM fund bv subscription, ns follows: Yinner of championr.hin. flUO: to tlie second player, $75: to the third player. $.'3. a prize or i23 will to riven to tlie winner of tho Free-for-all. Free-for-all. Free-for-all. Free-for-all. Free-for-all. Several other lilieral prizes will be given. A team match will also ne arranged be tween ine ivcmtucKy iiayer una aue visiting players.