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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 February 1884

THE SENTINEL. D. F RADLEY,Raito PICKENS 0. H,,8. C.: NUUT91MB3RUARY 21, 1884. TER~M# ? ornuberiptio, *1.50 per annum forsix en Ao, 75 cents: strietty in advnnce A4e"ftiemmnte tnerted al one dollar per tftars of one inch or less for the fret insertion a,4 fy cents for each subaequent insertion, Liberaldiscotrnt made to methante anJ ofker Rdrvertising for six months or by the year Obstuary Notices and Tributes of Respec -A"rargedfor as advertiaenenta Anuouncing Caedidatesfive dollar. in ad In Zemoripm. Every death is a sermon to the living, and more particularly is thid true when the young die. The "King of Terrors" is indeed, tV respeetor of persons, and the young and tle trte, with bright prospects of the futute and all those qualities of head and heart which adorn life and make it beautiful, die as the old and the infirm. When the icy hand of death is lain upon one of these and he is cut down in his youth, we are solemanly admonished u' our own mor tality, and the fact that all the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 February 1884

1 y ner. J. .ttiey, prei vdi'h Carn,uh let 8kB'rsh at 11 o'olook A, M., ,,ud Conttral I P. M. h1.,ttnt Ptesaut; 2d Sabbath at 11 a'olook A. M., wad .ley 7 P. M. tsit el, '# abbath at 11 o'olook A% M., Awl LiUbertp7-P.. M. Pickens Court House, 4th 8abbath at II ecvock A. M.., and 7 o'olook P. M. S.it.r. W. H. ilto,6wil pv.sch at PeV. ens Gourt Hoee every 2d WIhsth at 11 *'eler.k ?3' 'A by. . eolder will preach at Secona oh ,i,0; ; . let Sabbath s.ad . Batiurday Dr. Bramlett Is happy. It is a "ho incing boy baby." The red en;t ises *nd IM Os ailt m.si,lnue. Mi0,t,t't have faiedto ' i,:obor the cause. The eervitea of Mrs. La Rue, of ahville has been procured as m t'Fio teavhelr in the' Pidmoni lati. r felt it'fiflb 6 Ia evrnig: The h"a pi't ws4 ir banks in 10 Ar. MCD 'tnie' haitl, a nest dence erecti4s near Judge Du "t's. H1e has e niovst location in o,n. Ir. J. C Rash, of Anderson Coun a partner of Mr. M.orriq of this e, has moved to obr ito'n. We anA him a hearty welcome. f.illiant 4...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 February 1884

SOUTH UAROINA POLITIC8. pr t .ca creuLE CEANOEZ AND OANCES IN D TIS SITATE. e tl Goveraor Themsp"oM sure of He-ilectloa"--o of LIVy Centesta ypected ba Three Con 1erice DItrets.--hat the Radeale sh may Udnertake. Io [Letter to the Neges and C durier. do COUMIA, February 12.-It is very th early ins the politcal year, but already all the chances of the candidates for the w Democratic nominations for State oices and for Congress .are under dis-A cttsslon, and there is in the field at goodly array of Carolinians who will ronsent to serve the State and their to country if they are required to do so. fo In other words, In the political par st hi ucc lance of the dav1 ''They are in the ae hands of their ti ends." - The probabilities are that there will w be no opposition whatever to the re- sI nomination of Governor Thompson. t A nutuber of articles on the subject t have appeared in the county news- o papers, but nowhere has there been cc any suggestion of opposing the renomi- ci llation o...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 February 1884

Zj4 .. ; PIK N,S -- H RDV/ II uNE OF WEDDO1CK REMARIKABLE MATRIMONIAL UNION'. Row Sheridan Shook Lost is Wife and flow Pa1Mner, lils Partner, Mar ried 1er-A Pleasant Af fair Au Around. [N' . Oor. Detroit Post and Tribune.] The romantic attachment which found elJinax.. in the marriage .of Mr. 4. M. Palmer to the lady who, up to a year ago, was Mrs. Sheridan Shook, excited a great deal of interest in New York theatrical circles, in !which they were well-known. Mr. A. M. Palmer is a gray-haired, pleasant-faced gentleman of about fifty years of age, whom at first one might take for a parson, and Mrs. Shook is a buxom, full-blown lady of about forty-two. i Many years ago she was a superintendent at the $. Nicholas Hotel, where Mr. Shook met and married her. Their life appears to have been a very pleasant one for a - good many years. She was then a hand some and striking woman, full of vitality, and whose beauty would attract notice anywhere. Mr. Shook, after his marriage to her, grew in ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 February 1884

* .,n, Mir. lamt.. .oweni wvalI realize a ton iromn their inventLions, A Threatened Split in Alabama. "Trfhereo promnises to bo a cotnplica ted cauns ass in A Iabhama. The "Ala hama, Ind ustrial League" is organ izing in oppaition to the Revenue ReOformersI', and in the paper w hich it Is circulatintg for signnt.ures is the follownig declaration: "Wo believo it to be theoJrst duty of every true Ala. biamian t.o fend his inifluaence to the p)erpetu.ation of a policy, (Pr'otec. .tiona,) which beuat within, the "get ms of ant enduring prosperity." The Jlirminghamn Age eondorses this fully, aind sayjs that it, is of vital imp)ortanJce t.o elet Congrossmen who are in fa vor of a protect.ive syst.em. 'The Belma (Alabamna) Times regrete that thae Tariff issue should have taken this shaupo, and fears that, there will be a division on that issue among the white Democrats of Alabama. The Times treats the manifesto of the Ini dlustriail League as evidence that t.he Protect,ienist.s propose to ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 February 1884

1 at $*bbah n' 1 A, V. * urbi +. . ', *ad - - - : t 8ab)bath at I t ;ook P.. \. r ! r! ou, *I11 pre"h at Plt .3 every 24 Sabbath at 1 1:. Holder will preach at Secoi every let. Sabbath and Saturda It is now time to Commence gard ening. -no . IrIrk@ey has move f 'iouee, recently ocoupio ion, Esq., has move .nilly to town. We ex iem a cordial greeting. A pauper of the name of Fan Bo toh died at the poor house on Thurs " day night of last week. She wa taken sick about 10 o'clock P. Al and died about midnight. Thocrop of candidates in thi Uonnty promises to be a good ow this year. There are many worth; citizens amongst the aspirants, anc the people will have a good oppor tunity to make a good selection. The Balsam mountains in North Carolina were white with snow last Sattrrday and the wind from that direction has been "biting" cold ev er aince. The officers of the Pickenr, Con. tral, Liberty, Pleasant Giove an< Cannel Prestytet ian churches wil moet at @atrme church on the thir< S...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 28 February 1884

,lt Lii it .Cthouse ,ne bulsiniess . Its route was by an avenue cut .ods as clear and sharp as the cleared right of way of a railroad. The money value of the property destroyed cannot be esti mated. Mr. J. M. Edmunds, of Columbia, who was at Darlington on the mcn,o. rable night, gives the following graphic description of what he saw and heard: "I was at the Darlington Hotel last night. Theair was quite hot and oppressive. At about half-past 11 o'clock, after I had retired to my room, I heard a roaring sound like that made by the near approach of a railway train. It increased and then died away. Immediately afterwards I heard cries for help, and some one rushed into the room shouting that the town had been blown down." Mr. Edmnunds went out and assisted. Up to the hour he left he had obtained the following information: The tornado moved from the southwest and tore a path 150 yards wide through the south ern part of the town, which fortunate ly was not thickly peopled. The two-story r...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 May 1884

VOL. XIII. DritUng Apart. A gap in the crowd, and a moment we stand Face to face and hand clasped in hand, While your eyes, that are light with a soul ful beam, Awaken in mine own an answering gleam; But a monient-then not knowing whither wo'ro bound, As the human tide that is surging around Rolls between, we rush on with the hurrying throng, And our friendship is but a forgotten song, Sweet while it lasted but soon forgot A flower that had faded-a dream that is not. A firmer hold and a stronger clasp, A kindlier smile and a heartier grasp, And the crowd might have swept unheeded But who was to give it-you or 1? So a sweetness is gone from our lives,and the flower Whose beauty has gladdened us many an hour Lies dead, and the dream that we might have made true Like a shade has fled. Who is to blame-I or you? Ah, the world is so wide, and day by day, We drift from each other stil further away; do many around us with smiling applause That seemingly sates us, we never pause To think of ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 May 1884

;--a to -JQat 6th instian,, i i. if bill"wa strickon out by a vow o .. 151. Forty one Damoerats voted in the affirmative and three Bepublicans in the ;negative. The introduction of the bill by Morrison was a very unfortunate thing for the Democratio party. There was no pos sibility of passing the bill, even if the Democratio majority in the house had boon a unit for it--ihis everybody know. But it soems that the wiseaores of the J)emooratio party desired to make c:pital for the next oampaign, and they sucteded in making it-for the Republican party. if Mr. Morrioon and his followers had been in the interest of the Republican party, they could not have served them better. The bill, if it had pnssed would have been of little benefit to the conltry because it failed to(><pdizo the tariff and removo the objee ti.nablo features of pro tection injocted into the pree:nit tariff rates by the Republicans, purely for the saiko of proteotion. The tariiT should first he equalized and thoun...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 May 1884

:: he Iub meting Prof on I oays he believe there is . A ljt$ U. A. omiug up nicely, and there E laak of a good stand. G. coil T i:L. Crenshaw of Anderaopl Coun- th h j t1. happy father of a 13 pound boy A. arv. 'MeL. Seabrook will take charge K. of it.el yterian churches at Walhalla, er, 3ihiehl id and Seneca City. Te Her Jim Coleman, colored, was hung in G. Co., A) aa on last Frkday for tho brutal G. un(1'of a colored woman. ii important .that every Democrat side +h;ou1 attend the meeting of hisa club on H, %t Imrd1.y, the 14th day of next nonth. ton Mt Estelle Smith, died of corebo-spi- Ons nas0 'mongetis at the home of her father, Mr. . Foster Smith in this County week i lsit. wnF Ov- hey Bros. will soll you Lemons and clee lip. Next door from Dr. J. W. the ,1. olin Craig informs us that he has on s " i ono particles of very fine gold on quit e. He feels confident that he has p,. - old mine on his laud. sd Democrate of Abbeville county E- I 1ote(,lieir delegatoi to the Stato r Li...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 15 May 1884

or TIan tCAift61Trfl y'IO. VAING UP T:E 61MANVM, tl #3he Bitterne Against BlRaIne--The Bad Managomerat of His Friends"+A Guess at o the Wist Ballot. a tLetter to the PMladedphi'a Times. ] s WASHINGTON, May 8.---Political cir- s hies here are more excited over the ro- v ports coming in frotn States that have M elected thelft' delegates to the Republi- g can National tonvention than at any t time since the canvas opened. Calcu- si lations of two weeks ago are not ex- C netly borne out by results and the iends of Mr. Blaine are the most con- v fused, while on the other hand the fol- v lowers of Arthur are considerably i elated over what they now claim enough votes to command the situation d st,flileintly, with the aid of the other t candidates, to wrench the prize from c Blaine. While the numerical strength t of Arthur will come principally from the South-that from other quarters 1 being more complimentary than real- 1' it is still claine that his supporters 9 will number enough to enc...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 May 1884

peo ki 0 1 d th A The t. In Btu,% Was told t For white. And on his ath. Appeared this t, A railway spans the And climbs thu ou'. Before it savage sway u', FrQmu prairies broad to o% t And high up in the contunon . Are now-made honics tilled wit '. And lot as Midas misor king, Bosocobing gods in days of old, given tho power whence anything etouched turned instantly togold; ,by the weiglt of labor's wand, ranSgured is the dcsert land. 'oon the plains the black hords swarm. vhore'or the genial sunshine falls; From eastern workshops, field and farm, Armed mon attack her mountain walls, And earth yields up the key that unlocks Her vainly hidden treasure box. From babyhood Wyoming loaps, Strong limbed aind vigorous in her might, And jealously her freedom keeps, In watch and ward on mountain height, We hail tho land of all our love, Minerva from the brain of Jove. HOW DONALDSON I)EI:D. The Alleged Spirit of the Balloonist Describes His Last Voyage from Chicago. A young girl of Iteading, Pa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 May 1884

State in the n;r i:lture. Col. A ins p)rinl'3ild o' .id''. il, o h t he h i I : i b1,,t to that portion 1of ;t w\'1-hi V re' i( ill'. Sotrot:n'y of tL ' -4ior 1'"' 1rr of mO pelrVi*iilig, to a rt ain 'nt, tie ii:tIi bution of the f::ni!. V ' w ill Il it ti t this i8n 1 b11 l)ljlctiin:abb' featur o'f the hill, but not 'um,1ecv-nt, in (,nl (iiinI, it, ju if its reje'ution). We l; not 1) lE t-i till' ovo\erl-r of the ' 1tate will b ' p.1u-1 in I very l1al'e0orvient 1o1.;iti11 by filig li' lltateme11 .11. r('quid'l in :Iet;'4oI tlrIee, to wioh (. A&iknil to ol:nosly .t (". All th,t in!forma!ltion r('qulirt-d by th!,t ,tev tion) i, c ;olahvl inl thO nn a report.; .()f the SL lO Ho in!llt ldltl'L of {'.-dl;tlit 1, and o.n, without troh!', ht c(rtitied to by the Governor. The iat' (Giv, :n.l meat n ve '' dlll l nl" ll a1r1'or1'i iit nl of mOnty w;thltL rg nmi1 i il (.111ting of it'i c:1>('u libir1. iot, h'e p r('per a'ith'r itie.3, Ho -with the. Ge(nt nd1 ( lt\etr1nt:lnt. N4o m.m y ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 May 1884

* qTm:'r hir.: INEI. Th i}R . .-tt * linongoutleenci is well knowl. t', t; peo"'plt <f thi' r e.Greenvilleocun. ty, aP they .apidly building up i: , :; i lucrative pTaotioe. Maj. Chibl wi'1 pend two or thnee days each wt'uk in (reenville, and will- attend all Ihi Greenville courts. On the 20th instant, Mr. H. C. Shirley, a prominent merchant of Central, w happily married at the residence of th bride's father, to Miss Mary Brock, th, beautifi1 and accomplished daughter , G. W. Brook, Esq., of Contra], Rev. 1). Weston Hiott officiating. Married, on Sunday morning., 18t1 instant, by Rev. S. A. Gary, at the resi degoe ob Mr. C. B. Roper, Mx. Charles 1. Murphoy 5i Miss Emma A. Scott, boti of Anderson county. May their pathway through life be " bright as that beautiful day, And as lovely as the flowers of May. Where Does the Blame Rest. The following complaints on aoooun of the non appearance of Tim SENTINI f at Looper PostofHice last week have reach ed us: LooOER P.O., S. S., May 21st...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 22 May 1884

nade below at. the ocean horizon. The dining room is now . of Mr. F. Cetti, who is charged n.. the fresco work, and is about com pleted. It is a spacious, comfortable handsomely furnished and splendidl i ventilated hall. The walls and coil ing are paneled in native pinie wood carefully selected and tastefully ar ranged as to grains, and the plaste: work is prettily frescoed in Eastlak< style. THE CASINO which is in the rear of the dining hall Is a large building with a double root an a tower on the western face ove: the main entrance. It has two en trances, one on the western face an< one from tke dining hall, with whic It is connected by a covered way Thue buildinag is conastructed with iroa trusses, and the magnificent hall on thi first floor, 45x120 feet, has not a sin gic post or pillar in it. It is in thit hall that the career of the New Brigh. ton will be inaugurated on the 18th o netxt mouth with a grand wromenaadi concert and ball. Committees con posed of a number of t...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 July 1884

V O . X I ,P I C K E N S , S . C ., T H U R S D A Y , J U L Y 2 , 1 8 .N . 4~ Forsaken. With jeweled fingers clasped as if in prayer A woman qtends with white face wan an And looks into the sky, dry-eyed and dum1 tho holds a lottot rumnpled in her hand, The tel-talo nessago of a broken faith And alt is dark wlereil befor4) was light. All thin s are ohaugod; the woh is at a And life is lost, for Love has como and gonc There is agriof In life all desert-dry, Whoro sorrow's raining tear-drops never fal Where God himself is poworless to help, And naught is left to live for but the grav The gathering dust of crumbling years Ina omo And settle on her brow in lines of gray, But time can never heal this wound-be fate To dio in youth and yet bo doomed to live And walk the world in darkness, seokin aoath Oh! ye whose feet have trod this weary pat Wiose wrecked and ruined lives line taie the way tip Love's steep ominon oo-I p ray you tell s not what mortals oell our life a death When Love betr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 July 1884

T1IE -SENTINEL. . BRB&DLEY .Editoi pICKENS 0. H.,S. C.: T!EUSDAY, JULY 24, 1884. Democratic Nomineos. EOR irslnKNT, 4TEPhIEN OQKOVHIt CLEVELAND, Or New York. FOll VICE I'lRxlilvKNT, THIOMA.\ A. 1IY'IW:M1rKS Of nuiinuliua. Democratic State Ticket, FOR ooV :RNOnt: UGH. T.5.A1'il1MPN. IolR NE I'T'UNAKT ( "v:OINOP.. .1.N C. SFiII EI EN. FOR a:CIF:Tl.tY Or sTAT'R. J. N. LIPS(O(1M. 1'0 TnF :ASt'llyl.. J. . . 011 AI(U: )N. NOR AUiJ1'TANT A NDI INSP'MlT01t OKNKRALI A. M. M1ANIOAt'LT. Pstt COIPTao1.IE ( iEKI'AL. W. 1 . S: tNY. R01t ATTOlRNEY (KN),It A L. C. it. MIlLE'S. rol 817er.':KTNOr. N (i EO (:'eATiON. ASBiUlIY (')WA.\l. QIr t so i e Milro o S-i e lt(lr, 0 01 .. J A 1 i-tS b. O t R. Public Meetings. At at meetting of the County Execlt Ivr Commnitteice, held J1uly 1hth, 1884, thet fol 1owing series of publ, n1e(li mtings were :tr rnnged for the County: .llutrrirtanl , (Nine Mile '-hooi'Zilousv.) i r ta;iv, A iitst.............. 7tih Eastteai , Frida y, Aukust............ 8i1i Pumptl ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 July 1884

IT A A&4 I 1 S The cnrudidatcs are beginning to stir ah:rit. 'to T:ulkal t'itu and moles will have to take to their holes. CoL 0. P. Field has been made happy again. It is a rousing Cleveland and J Jiendrioks girl. J. C. Smith, will supply you with machinery at living prices. Give him a call. We regret to learn that Mr. James J Freeman lost, by death, an infant child, last week. MT. PLF"AsANT CiU'nr.-Mr. Plowden C will preach hero next Sabbath, (4th Sab bath of July.) Miss Maggio Simpson, daughter of R. W. Simpson of Anderson, is visiting the family of Major Lewis of this place. Rev. Mr. Kirton is conducting a pro tracted meeting in the Methodist church I The meeting will probably I ing the week. .n of Allen Kelley's fell out loft last Thursday and dislo- S eated his hip. Dr., Earle replaced the dislocated joint, and we hope the little fellow will suffer no pormanent injury. Mr. Mark Prince has discovered a vein of tourmaline on his place, three miles N South of this place. The ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 24 July 1884

, 18t; Med . pril : th,; Ser .i 6th; Lieutenianlt -Iril 9th; Seigeant Jewel, . a; Private Ellis, May 19th; $er1;eanlt .alston, May 23rd ;'rivate Vhistler, May 21t.h: Sergea'IL Israel, May 27th; LieiuteIIt Kislin;gbi)n-v, .Jle 1st; Private 1 1eurv, .1une, (t1 fi vrivate Schneider, ,nlie I8th. The nalmes of the dead buried inl Ile ice fIrt with the date of (leafh, whiosze bodies were not. recovered, are a follows: Sergeon Rice, April 9th, 18841 ; Corpo ral Salem, June 3d; P'rivate llender, Jutno 9th; Acting Assistant Surreoi Iavay, (drowned while breaking through newly fi,und ice while sea ing) ; Jens Edwards (Esquimaux), April 241th. I would uruently suggest that the bodies now on 'hoarid be plac ed in metallic cases here, for safer and letter" transportation in seal ways. This appears to me1 imperative. Commander Greely abandoned Fort Conger August 9, 1 S83, and reached Baird Inlet Sep temb)er 15 following with the entire party well. lIe aban doned all his boats and was :(1rift for ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 21 August 1884

NO. 47.i2. Sint< ,ams came stone-paved _ilk and croan .rderly array; groa under the shelves, an ..At churn was already .a the table for service. Botlendon was justly proud o "is dai-y. Not a chance guddt aamo t the house but was invited down to so< it; not a housekeeper in the neighbor hood but secretly envied its many,con vonIonus -and exquisite neatness a. "And It 'sn't the dairy -'alb'o,"'tri umphantly remarked Matthew Bellen don. "And you may go through the house from garret to cellar, and you'l never find a speck of dust or a stain o rust. Thore never was such a house keeper as my wife!" Mirs. Bellenden was young, too scarcoly throe':uid-twenty. Sho- ha been delicatoly ronred and quite igno rant of all the machinery of domestic life, until she married Matthew Bellen den. "It's very strange," Lucy had writ ten to her father. "The farm is beati fful. You never saw such monstrou: old elm-trees, nor such superb roses and the meadows are full of red clover and the strawbcrries...

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