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The Game and Analysis from the Steinitz Memorial


English Hymns: Their
Kt-Kt 4
R-K 2, mate

Authors and History

White. Black.
White. Black.
K-K 5 K-K 6 (must)

It cites in alphabetical order the first lines of IP-KA P-K4 35 R-Q R sq K-K4

Solved by M. W. H., University of Virginia ; over 1,500 hymns. Under each is given a brief 2 Kt-KB 3 Kt-2 B 3 36 P-KR 3(k) R-R 5 the Rev. I. W. B., Bethlehem, Pa.; C. R. Oldham, biographical sketch of the author, circumstances 3 Kt-B 3 P-K Kt 3 37 P-B 3

Moundsville, W. Va.; M. M., Worcester, Mass.; attending its composition, and incidents in con4 P-Q.4 Рx P 28 B-B2

the Rev. G. D., New Orleans; the Rev. J. G. L., nection with its use. American as well as Eng. 5Kt XP B-Kt 2 39 P-Kt 4 (1) P-R 5

Walhalla, s. C.; C. Q. De France, Lincoln, Neb.; lish hymnology has been drawn upon. By REV. 6 Kt x Kt(a) Kt Px Kt 40 P-R4

R-Kt3 W. W. S., Randolph-Macon System, Lynchburg, SAMUEL W. DUFFIELD. Kt-K2 7 B-Q3

8vo, 675 pp., Cloth. 41 R-Q Kt sq RxR

Va ; J. E. Wharton, Sherman, Tex ; G P., Winni. Price, $3.00. 8 Castles

B-B 8
peg, Can.; W. C. W.R., Boyce, Va.; W. J. Leake,

This is by far the most complete, accurate, and thor9 Q-K sq Castles 43 K-B 3 P-Kt 4 (m) Richmond, Va.; L. A. Gouldie, Brooklyn, N. Y.

ough work of its kind on either side of the Atlantic."10 P-B 3 P-KR 3

44 B-R 2

P-B 3 11 B-K 3

Theodore L. Cuyler, D.D.
45 B-B7

Comments: "A genuine masterpiece"-M. W.

B-Q6! 12 Q-Q2 P-KB 4 46 K-B 2(n) K-B 5 (0)

H.; "Finely spun"-I. W. B.; "I have great admi13 OR-K sq P x P (b)

Latin Hymn Writers and 47 P-R 5 B x P (p)

ration for this, from the fact that it seems the Kt 14 PxP RxRch 48 B-B 4

(94) must move, and also the surprising position 15 RxR

Their Hymns

P-B 4

after Kt-B 5 mate"-M. M.; “A profound key 1€ Kt-K 2 P-B4 50 B-B 8 P-B 5 followed by a charming variation "G. D.; "Not

A companion volume to "English Hymns: 17 Kt-B 4 B-Kt sq 51 B-R6 K-K4 very difficult, but interesting "-J. G. L.; "Not

Their Authors and History." By the late SAM18 P-Q Kt 3 Q-Q 2 52 B-Kt 7

P-Q 5
half as easy as it looks"-W. W. S.; "Difficult, and

UEL W. DUFFIELD, D.D. 8vo, Čloth. Over 500 19 R-B 3 R-KB sa

as smart as it can be "-J. E. W.; “Very fine.

pp. Price, $3.00.
26 R-R3 B-B2
B-Q 6 ch Thought it was unsound ">W. J. L.

"It is a book which fills a gap hitherto yawning, and 21 Kt-Q 50) P-K R 4(d) 55 K-K sq P-B 6

This is a very remarkable problem: first, it lays claim to literary graces that were absent from all 22 Kt x kt Rx Kt 56 B-B8 K-K6 looks necessary to stop the K from going to B 6;

previous volumes upon hymnology.”The Independent,

New York.
K-Kt sa 57 K-Q sq K-B7 second, the key-move seems to take the B entirely
58 B-B 5 BXP

out of play, and third, hardly anything could be
25 B-R6
R-K sq (f)

Library of Sacred Poetry 59 K-B2 B-B 8

finer than the mate by Kt-B's. The Chess-editor 26 B x B Kх в

Вх Р

of The Nebraska Independent informed us that, 27 Q-B 4(g) QxQ 61 K-Q4

and Song B-Kt7

when he published it, only one person, Dr. Dalton, 28 RXQ P-B 5 (h) 62 K-K 5 P-R6 solved it.

A delightful collection of the best poems of all
R-K 63 K-B

R-O $ 4 (i) 64 KAP

In addition to those reported W. J. Funk, Brook30 R-B sa

ages and all lands. Edited by Philip Schaff, P Queens lyn, got 551 ; WW. Stevens, B.A., Youngstown, D.D., and Arthur Gilman, M.A. Nearly 2,000 31 K-B 2 Вх Р 65 K-Kt 6 K-B6

0., 565; Prof. M. A. T., Wood berry Forest High poems, representing ?16 authors, cloth with gold 32 K-K3 B-K3 66 P-Kt 5 K-B 5 School, Orange, Va., 567.

borders. Royal 8vo, 1,049 pages, full indexes, $6. 33 R-Q Kt sq K-B 3 Resigns.

- Examination shows it to be singularly complete in its 34 P-Q R3 R-R4

fulfilment of its comprehensive purpose."--The Evening A “Pat on the Back."

Post, New York. (a) Winawer hardly ever misses an opportunity to double a Pawn, hence this exchange in prefer- braska Independent, writes as follows to the cor

Mr. C. Q. De France, Chess-editor of The Ne. Sermons in Songs ence to P-Q 4.

Valuable sermons on the Psalms, hymns, and (b). This isolates the K P, but he subjects him. respondent who asks, "Which is the best Chess

spiritual songs, including The Magnificat'of column?"

Mary," "The Benedictus 'of Zacharias," self thereby to a vehement attack.


Gloria in Excelsis," "The 'Nunc Dimittis, of (c) The sacrifice of the Kt which he threatened "This is a hard question to answer : Are you Simeon," "The Singers in Prison," etc. By is no longer feasible after Black's last move: 21 Kt able to trot in the :0212 class? Can your gray

CHARLES S. Robinson, D.D. 12mo, Cloth, $1.25. x P, Kt « Kt; 22 B x RP, R-KR 8.

matter stand the strain of 23-nove suiinates and "His sermons are always seriptural, derse, compact,

all sorts of direct mates from two to umpty-steen brief, and full of pertinent illustration."-Church Guard(d) His only move. Kt-Kt sq would prove moves? If so, then for you the New York Clipper

ian, Montreal. fatal because of 22 B x RP. has the best Chess-column. ...

FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY, NEW ORK (e) If Q--Q 2, then 25 B-B 6.

“But if you don't care for such brain-rackers,

and can content yourself with two-ers and three(f) To arrive at a true appreciation of the situa

ers, you will find the cream of every good thing tion one must bear in mind that Steinitz had to in that line in THE LITERARY DIGEST ; besides win this game at all hazards, as a Draw would you will be one of the largest corps of solvers CHRISTIAN SCIENCE? Is It True ? Or have left Winawer sole winner of the first prize. anywhere in existence. Aliho they are not all All False, or Partly True and Partly To accomplish this task seems next to impossible. represented each week, I know that 'THE DIGEST'S False ? But few Chess-players would take white for list of solvers runs above the two hundred mark.

Read Theodore F. Seward's new book, choice, as Black is on the defensive and dare not Typographically the page is almost perfect (and play to win the Pawn :

this is also true of The Clipper, and the Chess-
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SPIRITUAL KNOWING 25 ..... Q-R 8ch 28 Q-B 3 ch K-Kt sq the best problems going, keeping always right up

12mo, Cloth. Price, $1.00.
26 R-B sq
QXRP 29 R-R sq

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Kx B
Wins the Queen.

Funk & Wagualls Co., Pub'rs, 30 Lafayette Pl., New York.
Mr. De France gives a list of almost all the
In this predicament Steinitz formed one of the papers in the United States having, a Chess de-
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“Innumerable good things relating to the legal (g) With the position perfectly even, to say the Democrat, New Orleans, and The Times, Philadel

profession. We know of no volume better adapted least, with to all outward appearances nothing at phia, is unfortunate. The first of these is edited

to amuse and edify both the lawyer and the layall threatening, why should not White exchange with great ability, while the latter reveals the Queens, when a Draw means first prize? But that versatility and humor of the distinguished

man."--Green Bag, Boston.

8vo, Cloth, $8.00. was just what Steinitz had expected, desired, and Reichelm.

FINK & WAGWALLS 00., Pub., NEW YORK. figured upon.

(h) A thunderbolt from out the blue ! White can not help his Pawns being broken up; the goal within reach vanishes away, and he has to struggle anew, with defeat staring him in the face. (i) Black never relaxes. R-R 4 were decidedly

WHITE PLAINS, NY. inferior.

BUFFALO, N. Y. 31 R-Kt sq K-B 3 35 P-K 5 Px P 32 R-Kt 7 P-B4 36 B-K 4 with 33 R-7 K-K 3

The disease yields easily to the OGDENSBURG, N. Y. a powerful

Double Chloride of Gold Treat34 R-B 7 RxP attack.

ment as administered at these LEXINGTON, MASS.

KEELEY INSTITUTES. (k) P-B 3 deserves preference.


Communications confidential. (1) White is limited in the choice of his moves,

Write for particulars

WEST HAVEN, CONN. which threaten to become exhausted. The above is not good, for the reason that all his Pawns are on squares bearing the color of the hostile Bishop.

27 B x B


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(n) No use trying to defend the Pawn; 46 B-Kt 6, P-Q 4.

(0) Black is in no hurry to capture the Pawn, as it can not be saved.

(p) At last he reaps the reward for his grand combination, initiated a score of moves before. The game is now won without further difficulty.

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