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Communication aud exchanftss for this deiartnient ahould bo addressed to lie cLe editor. The LouLsTllle Chen Club meets In rooms C13 ami CM Commerce Hulldlug. Sixth floor. Hours of play, 4 to 7 p. m. Cte i players vLUUog In the cltj will b elcome. Problem No. 3. By Otto Wuzt'ttrg. (Ilthibiirtrh fMspatcli.) BlCK (7). IO- IO- Kill CO Qf (ch) 81 r J e 22 g-b g-b g-b T (oh sa u j a 25 H H 0 2t K K n t7 B R i 1 B.xU iO-Kt iO-Kt iO-Kt Kt 4 SI K Kl X) a-P--VB3 a-P--VB3 a-P--VB3 a-P--VB3 a-P--VB3 a-P--VB3 S3 K K 2 M Kt K 3 25 Q-Kt Q-Kt Q-Kt Eo-y Eo-y Eo-y k a (chi B7 1 Kt 4 lis Kt K a White could havo Uj Jiwn hero by Kt R 6. JS l'--Q l'--Q l'--Q l'--Q 7 23BxP 20 KxPlebt A uoauUful move, whir a gives block a wiuiilnr attack. irui 81 H Kt W (ch) .!-U .!-U .!-U -Kt -Kt 7 (ch) a:) JR ichl a t J K rh 85 It Kt fu 30- 30- 1 It 4 30 Pxll 31 K Kl iU au K-ll K-ll K-ll 2 33 K Q sq :jkk -j -j 3&Kt n 4 80 K KB q .17 il H 4 R U 7 was a ; r-ct r-ct r-ct if -a -a m m m m w m i m m p5 m m wfmwt I f. i rr--:") rr--:") rr--:") rr--:") sr-sr.:-. sr-sr.:-. sr-sr.:-. sr-sr.:-. sr-sr.:-. i Fl F?! $A?S lV&aS iii'jt WHITK (Ol. White to play aud mate la two moves. Solutions. I'ROIILEM NO. 32. Three solutions, 1 Q B4; 1 Q Q sq ; 1 Ktxl. Found bv Marcus Kolin. city: J. B. Aobblitt, luoll, Iml. Chess at the L.-iin'toa L.-iin'toa L.-iin'toa Meettas. The following line game was p'aved at Ixlngton. Ky Augun , between Mr. I t eelenuuin, of Chlcsn;o, and Mr. W. II. Ki l"uliock, of BalUmoi. STAlTOJ 'A OPEN I XO t1dtt (Mr. Uedemann). Black (Mr. Pollorlt) 1-P-K4 1-P-K4 1-P-K4 1-P-K4 1-P-K4 1-1' 1-1' 1-1' K4 J KKtr-U KKtr-U KKtr-U 3 3 QKtr B 3 3 P-B P-B P-B 3 3 Kt B 3 4- 4- P-Q P-Q P-Q 4 4-KtxKP 4-KtxKP 4-KtxKP 6 P J 5 511 B 4. A very venturesome sacriflce, which leads to soma highly Interesting play, a PxKt . .'inn (ch.) 7 K K 3 7 KtPlP 8 Q R4 Kt Q 2 at once might have been better, better, as white's object now u to reduce Jl lack's forces and develop his own. 8 P KB 4 O QKt Q 3 V B Kt 8 10 KtxKt I 10 PxKt 11 iP 11-Castles. 11-Castles. 11-Castles. 12 k Qsq B Kt 5 foil wed by K Q S would have Rlvea wait match nora freedeou 12 PQ 4 IS QzKP 13 B Kt 3 14 -ft -ft Kt 8 14 O Q a 15 li U 8 16 P Q s 16 P IS 4 le B WB 4 17 H M IT B B 4 1ft. Kt K 18 Q K 38 R K 4 8 li II 3 40 R Kt 4 41 1-Kta 1-Kta 1-Kta 42 Kt K 5 43 It n 4 44 Q 11 7 46 K B 3 The tepinnlng of 40 K Kt 4 47 K K 3 4 K Kt4 4'V-K-R 4'V-K-R 4'V-K-R 4'V-K-R 4'V-K-R 3 tO RlP 61 K B 5 t,-ZK- t,-ZK- t,-ZK- t,-ZK- Kt4 63 R-W R-W R-W 4 64 K Kt 3 65 R B 5 Beslgns. much stronger move. 37 Q Kt 4 38- 38- BxP 31' R Kt sq o-y-Kt o-y-Kt o-y-Kt o-y-Kt o-y-Kt wi 41 II Kt 42 Kt 4 (ch) 43 R K sq 44 II Q & 40 Q Kt2 (ch) the end. 41 Q K 5 (ch) 47 VI It 8 (ch) 4(? lj K 6 (cli) a'i yxKt 50Q- 50Q- K 5 61- 61- Q It 8 (ch 52 K k 5 (ch) 63 P K 4 ichl f4 K K 4 (ch) 65 B-K0 B-K0 B-K0 (ch) Ea Pib The players of Butler, Pm.. aro holding a summer toumametit. . The My namber of the InternaUonal r Jut to hiuid. Mow that Mr. Stciniti has fie Coogrs Book and hi matches off his hands he will probably catch up shsi. On September 0 the Covinirloa Commonwealth, Commonwealth, wlfl stsrt a tvo-move tvo-move tvo-move problem tour-!l!y. tour-!l!y. tour-!l!y. A is ortcrwd for the bt-t bt-t bt-t prjb-leni, prjb-leni, prjb-leni, to be derkled by the wolvers, und also for the best solution score. 1 ho hot weather ha dilven many ot the local players to the country and cues Is not ,ory lively at the club, .some o4 them, however, hold on art hnttle over the. rherquerert board, notwithstanding H 1' burning ravs. city players re cordially Invited to visit 'ie club aud meet the players. players. The rlub rooms are on the sLxth noor at the Corameere bullilng, above the he ina the streets, and wt.ere tlie roil river breere can play ur.lit-rruptcd. ur.lit-rruptcd. ur.lit-rruptcd. Ticiv I no plea-antrr plea-antrr plea-antrr rlce in tS4 city to spend a Vixure aitcmaou or evening, and some oue will always be found there at these times, 'ready for a game. FORGIVENESS. (Chirlotte W. Tfcnrslon.) 1 1 crave forgiveness : let white ashes cover 1 The irk thit snioldctk yet between us ' twain ; Too bitter rtlll must ring Earth's cry of pain. Her grave mounds still must rise the wkle wnrkl over. Her paths be lined with thorns no man may flee; Ah, rhnme for you and me To add our m lien lleuce to her neeuTess miery. All human hearts deep down thiob harmony : - One vast, vast grave for all lies cloae before; Trembling, I wake, my wayward will re-sigh; re-sigh; re-sigh; Oh, like my outstretched hand and let there Now, fete, at last, between your soul and, mine, ; - Peace and forglTeners now and evermore. A Distlagalsaea Clergyaaaa Dea.v ' Troy. X. Y, Aug. 15. Rev. Dr. John Henry Hopkins, one of the most dis-tinguisbed dis-tinguisbed dis-tinguisbed clergy men of the Protestant .Episcopal Church, im dead, aged seventy- seventy-

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 16 Aug 1891, Sun,
  3. Page 13

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