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Frederick is buried at Potsdam, in presence of the Kaiser and King Edward. The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York

Try reach Durban in the Ophir, and are cordially greeted. Renewed fighting is reported from Colombia

N and Venezuela. August 14.-Sir Thomas Lipton leaves London

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Sicily. August 15.-Disorder and unrest prevail on the isthmus of Panama, and Venezuela is invaded

IS THE by Colombian troops.

HIGHEST In the British House of Commons Mr. Cham

PEAKIN berlain defends his South African policy and declares that reports of Lord Kitchener's

VELLOWearly return are without foundation.

STONE August 16.--Continued fighting is reported be

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Wild Flowers from Yellowstone Park. clashes between Colombian and Venezuelan troops take place ; General Plaza is elected President of Ecuador by a large majority.

coast, causing great damage and cutting off Bands of marauding Kurds destroy twelve

all communication with Mobile. villages in Armenia.

The Pennsylvania Democrats hold their state August 18. - A force of Ecuadorians is ready to convention in Harrisburg; their platform

invade Colombia, and a battle is believed to makes no mention of Bryan. be imminent; Emilio Fernandez, the leader

Who prefer secure investments and a fair rate August 16. – Rear-Admiral Schley goes to Wash- of interest to an income that jeopardizes their of the Venezuelan revolutionists, leaves

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remain there until the court of inquiry comThe royal yacht Ophir, with the Duke and pletes its investigations.

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August 17.—Bay View Lodge of the Amalga- The Mortgages are deposited with the Illinois DOMESTIC NEWS.

inated Association, in Milwaukee, and steel. Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago, as Trustee,

workers in Duquesne and Wheeling, vote to making absolutely secure investment netting August 12. The second strike order fram Presi

join the strikers. dent Shaffer brings out comparatively few men; about 60,000 men are now on strike, as

The Ranger and Machias of the nited States the result of both strike orders,

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in amounts of $500 and up. These are
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union men in the steel strike are reported
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The Civil Service Commission makes its sevenrespond to President Shaffer's strike order

without loss of interest. Correspondence 'so

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drew 5.

Big Four.

East, North, West.

R. Oldham, Moundsville, W. Va.; M. Marble, | Napier divided the second and third prizes, $40
Worcester, Mass.; the Rev. G. D., New Orleans; and $20. Howell got fourth prize, $12. Marshall
A Knight, Hillsboro, Tex.; the Rev. J. G. Law, took fifth prize, $8. The score :
Walhalla, S. C.; W. R. Coum be, Lakeland, Fla.; B.

W'. L. D.

Il'. I. 1. Mann, Brownsville, Tenn.; Dr. S. R. C., Chicago; Pillsbury.. .8


.3 4 3 O. C. Pitkin, Syracuse, N. Y.; W. J. Leake, Rich. Delmar..


Marshall. mond, Va.; D. G. Harris, Memphis, Tenn.; W. W. Napier...

3 Karpinski... S., Randolph-Macon System, Lynchburg, Va.; W.

In the first class, George H. Thornton, of BufC. W. R., Boyce, Va.; I. C., Philadelphia; J. E.

Mountains, Wharton, Sherman, Tex.; G. P., Winnipeg, Can.; falo, took first prize, $25, with 7 wins, 1 lost, and 1

draw. He also holds the Farnsworth cup for the Dr. M. K. Thompson, Muscogee, I. T.; Prof. A.

Lakes, ensuing year. A. E. Swaffield, of Brooklyn, took Thompson, Calvert, Tex.; Dr. E. E. Harvey, Nor

Seashore wich, Ont.; L. R., Corning, Ark.; T. Hilgers, Pat- second, $12, with 6 wins, 1 lost, and 2 draws.

Weeks of Long Island City, third, $8, won 4 and erson, N. J.

via 577 (only): W. H. Sexton, Detroit, Mich.; Dr. H. In the second class Charles Curt, of Brooklyn, Sleeper, Meriden, N. H.; C. K. Huston, Selma,

won first prize, with 6 straight wins. Messrs. Ala.; Dr. W. Petry, Newark, N. J ; the Rev. F. H. Boehm and Lyon divided second and third prizes, Johnston, Tarboro, N. C.

3 wins, 2 lost, and I draw. Comments (577): “A tine study in pinning"-M. In the third class Messrs. Gould and Barber W. H.; “Very good "-M. M.; "Merits a first prize" were tied for first and second, with a score of 4 - K.; “A prize problem "-J. G. L.; “Very in- wins and draw.

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NEW YORK CENTRAL, professional solvers, it gave me just enough hard Bardeleben won first prize in the recent tourney

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CHESAPEAKE & OHIO. There is a club of deaf-and-dumb players in (578): "Main variations good, but duals spoil the Hamburg. The B. C. M. speaks of them as enjoyeffect"-M. M.; “One of the most intricate and ing “the silent game." difficult problems you have give: us"--G. D.; “Wrought by a master workman"-A K.; “A fine

Pillsbury is studying law, and, in about two years, will give up professional Chess.

We hope

W. J. LYNCH, study"-J. G. L.; "Quaint with the power of the


Gen. Pass, and Tkt. Agt. Asst. G. P. and T. A. Bishops. Rather easier than 577 "--W. R. C.; that, in the interim, he will meet Lasker for the “Beautiful"—B. M.; “Remarkably complex"-0. Championship of, the World.

CINCINNATI. C. P.; "Quite difficult "-W.J. L.; Deserves first

Mr. J. F. Barry, in his Notes on the Youngprize with honor "-D. G. H.

Johnston game, says that, in the Berlin defense of 577 proved too difficult for the solvers who the Ruy Lopez, 4 P-Q 4 is "the only correct move tackle only 2-ers. The "tries" Q-Kt 6 and Q x B for White" and that 4 Castles is “weak." C. S. Astronomy Without a Teacher caught a number.

Howell asks Mr. Barry to "enlighten a few ignor. "All that is needed to identify easily all the leadIn addition to those reported, Dr. W. P, got 575; ant Chess-masters and amateurs, by informing us

ing stars and constellations."-Prof. C. A. Young,

Princeton University. G. Middleton, Savannah, Ga., 576.

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of White's and secure a good playable game?" THE STARS Problem 580 is O. K., with only one solution.

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