Clipped From The Times-Picayune
. "he game of perketetlc chees played ft wTi'Jr.V' 1.5? interesting event. It Wfl ft nn rrlrnriasw1 U v. 1. mn w.-ho w.-ho w.-ho P?Te(1 against Judge La- La- wre arrang-ed arrang-ed arrang-ed m a semi-circle semi-circle semi-circle and 7- 7- a trw one to anorner ana DlSVed Tne nrlra .arA.t rrn. v ??TlZ?Le'M-- ??TlZ?Le'M-- ??TlZ?Le'M-- . Carorbers, ; vr vvmlir x"a eim, a. junenne, A. B. Smith. F. Johnston. A. M. Nelson! Hvmsn RIMm XT 1 dni-v. dni-v. dni-v. x- x- t tti ?? A- A- L Hemlngwty. J. B. Stirling. J. H. OdeneaL C. f Amu i t n,m.M. and E. Smith. Of rhe jixlu-o jixlu-o jixlu-o rht was beaten by fouTj Messrs. Carothers, - - . w u u , n .ci , nuii i vj others managed to get in a tie: Messrs. juneime ana A. Hmrrn. me .New oiuer eieven, ana taey were rorced to avmvnicusc urieai. ne game was a fine exhibition of chess playing and was a novelty among the Jackson lovers of the game.