thomastonk: A two game correspondence match between Steinitz and the Liverpool Chess Club begun at the end of 1893 (Source: Deutsche Schachzeitung, January 1894, p 29).
This game is one of these games. The earliest source of the complete game which I know is the "Liverpool Mercury" of 20 October 1894. So, I have changed the year from 1899 to 1893.
Of course, Liverpool played the White pieces as <paderamo> already wrote! I'll submit a correction slip.
Harding published the other game (Steinitz vs Liverpool, 1893) with Steinitz' notes, who wrote that the match begun in early November 1893. But I've seen no source. Since Steinitz called himself <the Editor>, the "Baltimore Sunday Herald" should be checked.
PS: Several years later, Steinitz played at least a third game with the Liverpool Chess Club (a Steinitz Gambit), but that's another story.