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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

UV: L? Saleslady, salesgirl, saleswoman, shop irtrl. Rtore girl?which of these appointions most aptly suit the girl who stands be? hind the counte,? In the stores of our largo cities, TVe call a man so employed, ft clerk or salesman; we would never think of paying sales gentleman or store man or shop man or sales boy; besides we tlo not call our stores shops ns do the English; then why should we say shop? girls? It would appear, then, that sales? woman Is really the proper word, al? though It Is less used, perhaps, than any of the others. Store-girl Is the one most commonly heard, and so for convenience we will UBC It throughout this discussion; notwithstanding, somo of tho girls are women, upon whose heads tho snows of many winters have left their whitening touch, and In whose faces may be seen tho lines of care traced by , many a sorrow, and, others are mere children who han-e scarcely reached their teens. In the early morning hurrying from ?very quarter of our city come the storo...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

The Times?Dispatch pnhlished Daily anrJ Weekly nt No. 4 North Tenth Streit, Richmond, Vn, Entered January 27, 1T03, nt Richmond. Vs.., rs Second Class Hatter, tinder Act of Contres? of March 3, 187B. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is ?old at 2 cents ? copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is ?told nt 5 eents a. copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mnN? BO cents ? month: $5.00 a year, ?2.?0 for if- months ? .fl.ftO for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by niftil $2.00 a venr. The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, in? cluding Snudar, in Richmond nnd Man? chester, by Carrier, 12 cent? per weekj or 60 cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Carrier, 5 cents per "reek. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, $1.00 rear. All Onsijroed Communications will be refected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless secompanled by stamps. uptown Office at T. A. Miller's, No. 610 East Brond Street. SUNDAY, JUNE 21. 1508. Prom June 1st the price of The Tlmes Dlspatch, delivered by carrier within tho corporate Umita of Rich...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

The summer girl In the swing of the sensort mnkes herself ready for her cam? paign nt the scashoro and mountain re? sort, for a trnns-Atlantlc tour or for ex? plorations In Japan. Once she has ninde up hor mind she knows no hesitation, nnd wherever sho may turn up sho Is as cool, ns Jaunty nnd ns self-possessed ns possible. In Richmond there la a growing ten? dency nn the part nf maids and mitrons to go for the summer abroad. This year ? number of parties are traveling on th? continent nr Bpondlng their time in the Brillili Isles. Misses Bertie nnd Gretehen Noltlng left Blohmnnd In February for the East with Miss Maria Blair. They have been Joined by Mrs. nnd Miss XoIIIiir, nnd tho whole family will bo for tho summer hi Germany. Mrs. Charles P. Stnkes nnd Miss Aliene will summer in the British Isles, dividing their time between Sirs. Stokes' sister In T.ondon and othor friends In Ireland and Scotland. Among the young Indi?., v/hn have goni nbrosd for study ns well or, recreation are...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

HOSTESSES ANDGUESTS Summer Social Courtesies Many In Norfolk. MANY HOUSE PARTIES Mrs. Killlam Entertains in Honor of the Guest?Lieutenant Read and Bride Visiting Relatives in Newport News. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) NORFOLK, VA., June 20.-Mre. Fred? erick M. Killlam entertained at cards ?londay afternoon at ber home, in Duke Street, In honor of her guest, Miss Bevan, of Baltimore. There were two tablea of elghtrhand euchre, and a prize for each table. They were won by Miss Anna Taylor, who received a set of collars and cuffs, and Miss Elizabeth Wlnn received a pair of cuff pina. Miss Lillian Kensett drew the consolation, a pocketbook. Mrs. Killlam's guests were Miss Be? van, Miss Nellie Little, Miss Anna Tay? lor, Miss Faith Farquhar, of Sandy Spring?, Md.; Miss Portia Baldwin, of Berryville; Miss Mary Lloyd, of East Orange, N. J. : Misses Belle and Cor? nelia Truxtun, Miss Josephine Cooks, Miss Alice Old, Miss Helen Taylor, Misa Alive Kelly, Miss Bessie Grandy, Miss Lillian K...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

GLORY OF VIRGINIA Her Summer Resorts the De? light of Thousands. CHERISH SOCIAL HISTORY The Old White the Scene of Many Dis? tinguished Gatherings In the Past as Now?The Warm and Rock Alum and Many Others. Tn turning to the list of name* which make up the goodly number of Virginia ?rummer resorts, that of tho White Sul? phur Springs comes naturally uppermost In the mind, as associated with nil that through past years and down to tho pres? ent timo has furnished, and still fur? nishes, the brightest and most sparkling ?exposition of southern social Ufo In the full measure of Its beauty, its grace and Its refinement Looking backward through the o-lsta of years entered on the White ?ulphur cal A CHARACTERISTIC WHITE SULPHVit GROUP IN THE SIXTIES OF THE LAST CENTURY. Among them arc G. W. C. Lee, General R. E. Lee, George Peabody, the philanthropist; W. W. Corcoran, Ihe Washing? ton millionaire; Allen Caperton, General Wilcox, Henry A. Wise, General P. G. T. Beauregard, General Lily, Gen...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

VIRG?NIA EDITORS .<*?* ?? ?* Wual THEY THINK. Norfolk County Politics. The Norfolk County Times .?ays: It takes ? lot of unmitigated Rail to ask the State Central Committee to force a majority ot the Democrats of Norfolk county Into a primary that Is to he run by the Fame crowd who would not even allow Pemo crnts io voto lnst fall. It would take a lot of forcing to get some of the host Democrats of the county Into such a pri? ma ry, too. Inventor Bibb. Editor Bibb, of the Louisa. News, Is no longer Editor Bibb, but Inventor Bibb. He hns sold the News to Mr. Robert A. Crawford, who has changed the name to Enterprise. In his salutation, Mr. Craw lord says: "In assuming the proprietor? ship and management of the Enterprise, It gives me great pleasure to know that I have the heartiest pood wishes of my friend. Mr. Bibb, who, from now on, will devote his entire time and well known talents to perfecting fin Invention, a creation of his own busy brain, which I trust will bring him In nn...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

TRADING SLUGGISH Disappointing Statement Car? ried Prices Downward. DEALINGS PROFESSIONAL All tho News of tho Day Was of an Un? favorable Character, and Effect Was Depressing on Prices?Bonds Were Sympathetic. (By Associated, ?????.) NEW YORK, Juno ??.-To-day's stock market made some headway against oar Jj? depression, which seemed to bo re? flected from London, but tho disappoint? ing banks' statement carried orlen to below lest night'.? level all around. '.Tlio trading throughout was languid, uno the movement of prices very sluggish, ifory few transactions were of an origin ''^ut Bide tho board room. Some support ?.till? ed to bo accorded to tho United til .ties Htccl stocks and tho coalcre. The con? tinuance of tills year's schedulo of price? for steel product? and tho announcement of tlio placing of largo ordere for steel rails helped tho steel stocks, and was nn encouraging factor for tho whole mar? ket. There wore some special point.? of weakness, notiibly smelting. Its decline...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

Will Have Ifs Planning Upturned in the Prices Made fo Close Large Lots. The Muslin Underwear Sale Will Appeal to All Richmond. There are a whole store full that were in thc greater part priced one-half and more. 403 pairs 7,ndies' Muslin Draw ers, tlio bargain price of ?which has been 19 nnd Cue., 15e. a pair; 29c. ones will be 10c. Tlio 60c. ones nre marked" 29c, One of the Best Makers of Corset Covers, 10c ones for 12'/2e. 110 dozen elaborately trimmed on ps for Son. Corset Covers, in various styles, value up to $1.00, for COc. 170 Dozen Gowns, goods that cost to $2.00, dioica SSo. Those that wct? 70o. will bo 69c. Large lot of Gowns, best 6Cc. value, will be sold for 35c. 17 Dozen Muslin Skirts, trimmed in lace or embroidery. $1.50 to $1.88 values, dioico 98e. $1.76 to $2.50 values for $1.25K Tucked and embroidered, avo rago up to $1.25, for 70c. ? lot of Cambric Skirts, about 60 dozen, will be sold for 45c. Your Boys' Wash Suits, Now or never, 25, 35, 65. 75c. and $1.00 will buy...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

THREE SECTIONS. LATE NEWS: WANT PAGES THE ^^: KBSBEB \m. I WHOLE NUMBER, 16,273. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 15103. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SUMRY OF DAY'S HEWS TH.E WEATHER. ?WASHINGTON. June ??.-Forccnst for Eunday und Monday: Virginia?Partly cloudy Sunday with oc? casional showers In central and east por? tions; light to fresh variable wind* be* coming nottlnvr-st; Monday mir. North Carolina-Fair m west; ehoWef* 1n east portion; Sunday warmer In ex? treme south portion; fresh west winds; Monday fair. 2 Another tliundorstorm nfter Tilgntfall cooled and C earerl tho atmosphere yes? terday, which had parlier In tho da> ??Mi somewhat oppressive. The rainfall wan of brief duration, however, nnd not Heavy, Occasional slipweis are looked lor to-day by the official forecaster. STATE OP THl?TIIERMOMETER. P A. M. 70 12 M........ .... 7 B P. M. Si fi r\ M. . 7s f P. M.?. 7-5 12 midnight. 73 Average .71 2-3 Highest temperature vcsterdaj*..'. SI Lowest temperatine yesterday. 66 Mean temperatu...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

man, a youth, but the situation was critical. Called on the Constable. Cflplftl? Gulgon called upon Constable Angle to nrrcsl tho man. The Constable Stated that he did not hear the state? ment. Captain Gulgon Insisted that the officer did Hear him. The Constable in? sisted that ho did not and that no nmn phonlil sny ho did, whereupon Cnptnln Onigon added; "I say po." Thereupon Constable Angle struck nt Captain Gui? tton, standing in his trocks. drew his head back and received a light blow on Iho chin, which caused neither injury n<T pain. Cnptnln Gulgon coolly tnnrle no effort to strike back, nnd nsked (lint the officer be arrested. This was rione and there tho crisis ended, with no reni harm done. It Is understood thnt the voung man whose arrest the attorney demanded will not be prosecuted further than to seno ns the occasion for nn enunciation ns to the. law In such cases nnd the delivery of admonition ftS to the wisdom nnd Importance of coolness nnd 1he duty of refraining from...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

PROSECUTE FORPERJURY Further Proceedings Expected In Breathltt County. JETT AND WHITE IN JAIL They Are Allowed No Extras, Despite Request of Judge Hargis?-Ewen Warned Not to Leave House Where He is Staying. (By AMoctnted Pre?*.) JACKSON, ? Y., June 20.?Since the re? moval of Jctt nnd White to Lexington end the prospect of another trini In an? other county beyond the scene of the feud Influence, there Is considerable talk h/;ro of prosecutions for perjury and bribery, It. Is stated that n. movo Is on foot to swear out warrants at once for the ar? rest? of men In high pinces for bribery, perjury nnd as accessory to the Mar rum murder before the fact. One of th?se warrants Is expected* to be served to? night. Tho stntemont. by Judge Itedwlne that he will hold a special term o? the court when he finishes wtwk In Irvine and lye counties Ik taken as a conclusive step In this direction. The situation Is still ono of apprehen? sion. The foreman of the grand Jury that Indicted Jett nnd While...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

jmmwrxr?. ? prore or more of men, most of them with boys of thPlr own, are about to realize an ambition which nQ doubt fired their hearts -when they themselves had much the soroe aspirations ns they find manifested In the youthful minds of tho lads who form a part, of their house? hold. In other words, tho tables are to be turned, and the fathers Will dress In the garb of the clown nnd caper In the sawdUSl ring, while their sons, with envy In their heart?, sit on the benches and witness the antics of tho respected bead 3f the family. 1! was Mark Twain who said, speaking r>f the boys who lived In the quiet little [own of St. Petersburg! "When a circus rame nnd went. It left us all hum Ing to recomo clowns." Them is no man living In-day probably who knows the boy, tho world over, ns does tho author of thoso Juvenile classics, Tom Sawyer nnd Huckleberry Finn. The hoys' love for the circus is almost second nature with him. With some It lingers until the grny hairs begin to tell that,...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

STRIKE IN PETERSBURG Three Lines Run and Peoplo Patronize Them. IT IS A PEACEFUL FIGHT Tho Road Has Never Paid a Dividend. The Peoplo Look for an Early Set? ' tiennent-. Government Dredg? ing the Appomattox. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) PETERSBURG, VA? Juno 20,-Strikers .ro quiet. Care on three linos nre running nnd peoplo aro pnrlo nlzlng tho cars more liberally since they realiza that they can do so with? out being Interfered with by tho men and their sympathizers. This Is about the situation of tho street car strike In Pe? tersburg at this timo. Tho men nre bo havlng h a praiseworthy manners and are being commanded for tho manner In which tnoy uro conducting their fight. It 1b a peaceful fight with no evidence that It will tn anything elso throughout. Tho Tlrglnln. Passenger and Power Compary are operating In this city under the frajchlso of Bealo, (ho Petersburg , (Street Railway Company, the Virginia 'fraction Company and tho Southslde Railway anil Doi'elopmont Company, and...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

ST. FRANCIS SCHOOL END Commencement Exercises Were Largely Attended. MADALS AND PRIZES GIVEN ?/edding In a Wagon Yard Attended by a Few Friends and Performed by Episcopal Rector?Other Weddings. (Bpoclal to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) FTAl.'NTON. VA.. Juno 20.?The eloping ?ercises of St. Francis Catholic School took placo Wednesday In tho beautifully aecorated chapel ot the school. As usual tbe exercises were largely attended. Miss M. O'Callnghan. in Lcbnoh's Second Noc? turne proved herself quito an accom? plished pianist. An amusing recitation by ?lx little fellows of the junior classes en? titled "Wishing Versus Working," created a great deal of merriment. Misses /Vira O'Donncll, ns class his? torian; Mary O. Mara, ns the class es? sayist; Miss Mary O'Callnghan, as class poet; Rose Lyons, as the class prophet, f.'lled their parts most acceptably. Rev. Father Joseph Frloll awarded the diplomas to the four graduates, Misses Zo O'Donnell, Mary O'Callnghan, Mary, O'Mara and Rose Lyons, and a...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

SUBURBAN NEWS AND GOSSIP. cpOCOCOOC)OCXXXXX)CXXXXX)COOO 8 ^airmount 9fews ?<XXXXXXXXXxx>oocxxxxxxx)oo? Little Ethelbert Loving, son of Mr. Charles Living. |3 spending some time with his uncle, Mr. William Chlldress, on Mcchanlcsvlllo Turnpike. Mrs. Joseph Gregory, who lias been ? t'??.? 11 'I now much Improved. ?-V . r, . Ie HarlJcr is now much bet? ter, after her recent Indisposition. *?iJ,5.a_ 1?? Stf'ne? of DuQuesne, Pa-, who has been visiting her parents, has Rone to Hanover county to visit rela? tives of her husband's, but will return to? J? alrmount alter ,-, few day*' stay. Mrs. Ilann.i Martin, of Henrlco. was the gucHt or Mrs. Mena Greenstrcet last .week. Miss Ella Gentry, of Charles City coun? ty, who hiiR ij0Pn (h0 KWm ?? nPr cou. win Mrs. j. w. Hal ney, for tho past week, has returned home. Alt'. Richard Gentry, of Charles City, also visited Mrs. j. W. R?lney last week. Mrs. Pollard, or No. 22W Falrmount Avenue, has left for King William coun? ty, where she was summ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

Second Week Of This Suit Sale of Powerful Values The price is small?the values are great?and value is what makes the bar? gain really a bargain, Therefore, we underscore this state? ment : The suits offered in this sale are worth up to $18. That's what they were made to sell for. That what we guarantee them to be. And this guarantee of ours? covers every point that makes for Suit satisfaction? quality, fit, fashion. It is an exceptionally well assorted lot of Suits?embracing Serges and Thi bets, as well as Fancy Cheviots and Home s'puns and Cassimeres and Worsteds. And they are made up in the styles that are in most demand. Because there are all sizes?full lots ?adds materially to the strength of the offerings. Remember, that every Suit is a guar anteed-by-us Suit?choice is unprece? dented at TEN ?OLLARS. WILL BE EVENT IN MUNICIPAL CIRCLES The municipal Investigation which will begin before tho joint Council committee In the City Hall to-morrow afternoon will bo the event of tho wee...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

CAY WEEK IN RALEIGH Mr. and Mrs. Skinner Cele? brate Pearl Anniversary. MANY EXQUISITE GIFTS Colonel and Mrs. Fred A. Olds Hold Reception in Honor of Mrs. F. C. Olds, the Bride of Their Son. fSpeclnl to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.} RALEIGH, N. C, Juno 20.-Thle has been a right gay week socially In Raleigh, the ceremonies attendant upon the Holt Davis wedding and the "Pearl" -wedding anniversary celebration by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin P. Skinner being tho two most Ji'ilnble featured. Tho Holt-Davia wedding at Christ's KplecopnJ Church Tuesday morning, In v/hlch Mise Mary Warren Davis, daugh? ter of Captuln T. W. Davis, and Mr. Er? win Allen Holt, son of Colonel Lawrence fi. Holt, of Burlington, plighted their 1 rolli, has already been reported In The Tlmos-Dlspntch. It was an olaborate and beautiful ceremony. They are now on nn European tour, having sailed from Now York to-day. PEARL ANNIVERSARY. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F, Bklnner charmingly received their frlonde Thurs? day evening from C till 8...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

AUCTION SALES?MONDAY. By The Valentine Auction Co., 612 East Broad Street. WAGONS, HARNESS. BICYCLES, SBAVINO MACHINES. SHOW? CASES, SCALES. FURNITURE, Olir CLOTH AND MATTINO, COOK STOVES, REFRIGERATORS. ICEBOX, &C AT AUCTION. Wn will sell at our auction ware-rooms, l?o. G12 East Broad Street, TO-MORROW (MONDAY) MORNING, JUNK 22D, beginning nt 11:30 o'clock, one good oro ow's Wagon, one set good Wagon Har? ness, one first-class One-Horse Vapon. In perfect condition, cost $165, and has been but little used; oval tnotal frame Show-Case, Counter Scales. Stone Wrap, plx good Bicycles, drop head Singer Sow? ing Machine, in perfect order, with all attachments; one flrst-cass Walnut Do? mestic Machine, with all attachments. two penerai Cooklfti Stoves, In perfect order: Tvpowrlter Desk, office revolving Chairs, several-rolls new Matting. WJ floor Oilcloth, Oak and Walnut. ?hamper Suit.?, Walnut Wardrobes, Enameled iron Beds, several good Refrigerators. Ico Boxes, io foot Oak Extension ...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

HELP WANTED?FEMALE. LADIES! Good pay, ?any work; year own locality, spore hour?; Inrc.t.'gste. Andres? ACME, euro this office. ______ "WANTED, a healthy white WOMAN for hot.?? . work; pood homo; Rood weg??? Address Mrs. "I?.," lion Air, Vs. _ WANTED, capable whit* WOMAN to make her?' ?elf generally useful In fr.tntljr with Children and go north for summer: references required. Address A. 0, M? care this office. "WANTED, a good WOMAN, either whits or '?olnred. to cook two meals ? day, attend tn dining-room and cow; no washing; room also If dealred; 1718 Park Avenuo._ LADIES! 320.00 per 1,000 (or smaller quanti? ties) paid weekly for copying letters nt homo; no naines to supply; nothing to bny. Addressed envelope for copy. PRAOTICAti MF?J. CO., 20?1 Ilrooilwny, ?. Y, WANTED, Teachers who are ?ocking excellent positions to know that Tlio Southern Tench era' Agency of lisrnivcll, S. O., hns cstubllfh? ed ? brnnrli office In Roiinoke, Vn., under n.snngoment of E. K. Worrell. Teachers rep...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The times dispatch. — 21 June 1903

A CLOCK WITH A HISTORY IN THE CITY HALL OF ALEXANDRIA Its Purchase the Result of a Poker Game in Which a Citizen Was Fleeced, but Got Even. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) WASHINGTON, D. C. June lO.-Pcr haps no clock In America, has a moro In? teresting history than the ono In the steeple of tho City Ilnll nnd market houso nt Alexandria, Va, Rack In the days be? fore tho war Alexandria was ono of tho Southern eltlos which woo known as ? pretty rapid placo for tho sporting fra? ternity, but on those days It wns ? square gamo nnd no olieaUng?a gentleman's game from start to finish. On one occasion the town hndtbeen vis? ited by several gamblers from the South? west, who had como hither "seeking whom they might devour." At longlli ? rcEpoctnblo citizen, who ocnslonally took ? flyer with cards, fell Into a snare which was sot for him, and after a series of ironies, r.rrlcd on on tliffereiit nights, ho found himself fleeced out of something like two thousand fivp hundred dollars. As a "...

Publication Title: Times Dispatch, The
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