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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 August 1887

- I 14 'L r, I VOL. XV1 PICKENS, S. C., rf'lJ7IISD)Iy, AUGaUST 11187NO 4. A G14JAT U/ATII1IING NEARI li' CITY OF S'ARtAN13U1tG Tho Weatlor at First Iatuspiclou+s, but the Skies Brighton at Last--The Iu:igua rail Ceronionies--A Partial List of the Ex laibits--other Matters of Interest. The Inter-State Farmers' Summer Eu campment was duly inaugurated at - Spartanburg on Tuesday, the 2nd inst. The bad weather naturally diminished the crowd at first in attendance, but when the hour for opening arrived there was a goodly crowd in tho pavilion pro vidod for their accommodation. At 12 o'clock the Lion. John W. Wofford called the meeting to order. The stage was occupied by the following named gentlemen: N. F. Walker, of Spartanburg, the ltev. 11. Ir. 1eid, the Hon. J. W. Woflord, 1)r. C. B. Flcming, Col. A. P. Butler, the Hon. 11 S. edon, of Colleton, T. .. Moore, of Spartan R burg, the lion. 1). Rt. Duncan, of 1par hinburg, Mr. B. L. loche, Prof. 1). A. DuPre, J. H. Montgomery, B. F. Mlont...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 August 1887

it L 1*~(J1SI :tM;itRr. 'R{4 4. 1. l0noo S & Co., 1'roprtet'r". CtLM .1 ., S. C. T1ITtJfl!).\Y, All(EU'C ii. 18 ;7 'r 4) } .rh1t ion $ . M1. " t ier'1' u -44111 i(tl'rtlv'litnd\lvan'e; I'trii ix nitntmt( 7,r("c d414verteMentles inrt r t 're tlht,lli p'r -(it'' f' o inc h orle(h(' I r Ihe irst 1nR rtion d itil fit y( ent l ' eaiI tch)susnti t-nt inTl " ifinn. 1,ihe"';il (1i';orut i i l i(t !t in('re.nl "t h er' 1's 4iV' I '))'.n f ri Si x m,)t,nth t.r by th' tear. Eltfitm v N otiee>+ ' :ee;1in'.ti fi\"itc-. Tr/ysl1. ' f 1t1 r i "; C'(' ('' t ni en t i ons(,t o' at p r1)!mil h ltrauttur. wVuhen :tthn . al( will h -h. 41r(l for if' :lve'rtisem'ts. AdvI'm I.nlr Ca uA pru 1'.1.wh l. ) )', N Itn contracto w.,; b,e :utdo ror at LN r EV ll'PR1. 'hee gala wcli in our ('it-;; a'(' grett tLings for every i(ty('. \rui lnstil)g good V r no lobl't aucoIf yished at. Spartuuburg lnat week by the intermingling of the people from gve Statei in the Inter State Encamp mnent. Charktou now propose...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 August 1887

W UP~' 'May r'ifflIi% '. Yriail ought td have been sent hom - oy to Fi6kens last MOoday.' ,- t Min MaY Wightmolp, 'I OharIeston, 'i visiting Miss Litie 1agobd. Fin. large melous are plentiful in .w, oonmanditig good priles. Mr. Ben. A. Hagood, of Charleston, i at the Pidkens Home for a few weeks. Mrs. D. F. Bradley', of Columbia, in iiting relatives and friends in Piokens. Miss Flora Binhny is teaching a flour h1ibing school at Turner's Hill, nekr Eas key. Mr. W. M. Ferguson's drop on Town 'Creek wos badly dauiaged by the over ' low. The United States Court, .Judge Si nonton prisidiig, con'vened at Greonville ast Morday. Mr. T. A. leokett, of John's Island, \vith his wife and hister are stopping at the Ambler Hout3e. )r. ,. W. Earle and wifs, of Essloy, wvere in town last week. The Doctor is still en joying good lalth. The bridge over Satda'at Farr's mill kas been washed away. and the easley bridge is also reported gone. There is a gonttemnb in PIokens who 'wishes to know why muddy ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 August 1887

PATRIOTIC EX-SOLDIERS. THB NATIONAL VETERAN ASSOCIA TION UPHOLDS THE PRESIDENT. Oeneral Rtoaevranm 're8sents to Plim Some Strong Reeolutlons--Molbora of tho Grand Army Denounced for Their Nar row-Minded 'artisanship. WAanWNOTON, August 3.-Gen. Rose crans recently received from Charles Whitehead, chairman of the committee on resolutions of the National Veteran Association, Ucs Moints, Iowa, copies of the resolutions adopted by that asso ciation repudiating the utterances of certain members of the Grand Army of the Republic in co:nection with the pro posed visit of the President to St. Louis while the Grand Army of the Republic encampment is in progress thero; corn llending the President's veto of the do pendent pension bill, and condemning the ellorts of those who seek by the rebel flag episode ''to rekindle the lamos of sectional hate and contention as unman ly, unpatriotic and meriting the con tempt of intelligent men." Ti resolutions also compliment Gen. Black's administration of ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 August 1887

j J _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ JAU1 VUL.~~~'*' X 1 I'CK NS S.C.TIJS)YAUUT TilE GROWING CROPS, CONDITION AND (ENEIIAL OUTLOOK ON THE FJRST OF AUGUST. Excellent Proipccts for a Groat Yield of Cotton--heavy Reduction in tho Contli tion of Corn--No Iuiprovonent in Sj,ring Wheat--A Poor Fruit Crop. WASHINGTON, August 10.-The August report of the Department of Agriculture gives the following facts and figures as to the condition of tho growing crops throughout the country: corroN. The past month has bocn favorable, except that the rainfall has bcon un equally distributed in point of timo, the drought threatening at one period and damaging rains following. In the cast ern belt the excess of moisturo predoni nates as a factor of depreciation. The weed is therefore large and sappy, and the fruit fall appears in some iolds serious, and some cases of rust alppear. In Louisiana similar conditions have prevailed, and only very partially in Mississippi. Texas has been too dry, though the drought has not as ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 August 1887

t ~ .000s & Co., Proprtetore. PICESENSB 0. I., S. C. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1887. FQr SuhCtiption $.1 MOperanninnm strictly in advance;?or Six imonths, 7 . AdvertIsemeints insrlted n't one <1 ilar per squnre of one ineh or 1('ess for the iirst insertion and fifty cents for each uhsr(n cnt inlseTiion. Liberal <1ise<n mrtlc t ' mkrchants an(1 others advcertising; for six mnthilt hs or by th' year. t 'itary N'otices eceed((ina !veclintr:. TribnlIes of 1esp't, Com'mie ntir:t011ions or a perKonalelharnet er, whenti1 sa-blc will *(11carlred for at ailvert i etn(t 1 . THIS PAPER h nnnn Advurtlna n1ureau(Oprace '). s c.> .'r nai rly g Contrac, tuay O w(ado for it, IN NEW YOK" 'The 'om)etend. Thel(eowoe Courier cnys:-- "If the 1otnestead 1and Lien laws were re peail, it would proinote honesty and industry, enlarge credit on a sound hasis, atnld wvork fn'r gentcr good than can (fee flow from) the coltAnuauCO of thee lnws. Besides, People know ing they must pay, would trade more ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 August 1887

:1.e M f' -'.1YM t " tML :fpI, rj.A owa' on r 4i tdto S. ;). Bradley va8 an)ong 'his 'Ptaleue frien ds last week. Mr. George Flwards, of Chatleston, as in Piokens lsbt week. Whbn yh want a good, exhilarating S snoke, oall on A. M. Morris. The Keowee Courier is again before Sits m yi'alders'in exoelleut'tirim. 'The 'bridge over Little River bt'the High Falls was washod away last week. The Piedmont Baptist Assooiation neets at Pisgah On Thursday tho 18th instant. The report that Cox's Bridge on the tSaluda went down with the flood was in. 'correot. The orops on George's and Brushy Creeks were almost ruined by th0 last 1freehet. Mr. anl Mrs. S. B. Gribam, of Spa * tuburg, are 'visiting Maj. ). Qrice of 1Liberty. Mr. A. M. Morris is gotting in his now goods. Call and see them and got tgood bargains. Anderson County's iroa bridge over $eneea River was washed away by the last freshot. Mr. Jeff. Breazoalo, who lives three niles north of Piekons, brings us the first open'boll of cotton. bIu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 18 August 1887

RAlitOAI) D1SASfER! V ON UIIDIDRuD KILI:D AND FOUR HUNDRED WOUNDED. Au Ietalroatn TraI Drop. Through a irning Nge-t:ars Telescoped and Piled Ouo Upon Another-The Dlsatter Ietteved to Have Been Dellbrately Projected. CIuvAoo,' August 11.-A special to the Chicago Tdmea, from Forest, Ill., says: "Last night an excursion train on the Toledo, Peoria and Western railrord went down with a burning trestle, tbout, three miles east of Chattsworth, and over 100 excursionists killed and 406V or more ha ! v Injured. The train consisted of six sleep eri, six day coaches 'fuI chi' (ai's, and lad on board 9t) ex - ionists Iorundl for Niat ara Falls. '1' passent;ers hailed from vu rlous Point a central Illinois, the nuajorilty, howeve coming from Peoria. The tratin wits tavy that, two engines were em pl ed, and was an hour and a halt' behind me when it. passed this place. . Chattsworth, the next station east of here, is six miles oil, and the run there was made in seven nitsutes. - Three miles from ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 August 1887

t' 1 - * A.NO p I VO.XIPICKENS, S. C., IthURSDAl, AU(WUST2,187 BOME SUGGESTIONS ON A VERY I1 PORTANT SUHJ ET. A Review of the Arguments Used Again Our Present System of Publim Edueatioi To the Editor of lho News and Cour er: The question how we can best cdr cate young men in order to fit them ft life, and for its two-fold strugglo, part against the adverse forces of nat ure partly against the over increasing into leotual and industrial competition ( other trained communities, should mot deeply engage every thoughtful an patriotic citizen of the State. As thi duty to the rising generation is on'o the gravest that can possibly arise in th whole category of individual, social an< civic responsibilities, it should be up proachod seriously, gravely, earnestly reverently, with an entiro freedom h on prejudice and passion, andi an eye singlh to the ascertainment of truth. Unfortut nately the question of education has no heretofore been considercd in this earn est, patriotic spirit. The ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 August 1887

8.E. J3Gy & C., Proprietors. THJRSDAY, AtJGSTL 28, 188?. ior Subscription $1.50 ierannum. strictly in ad'ance;for six moItths, 75c. Advertisements inserted atone dollar persquare of one inch orless for the flrst insertion and fifty cents for eachi subseqt ent insertion, iheral (iscount made to marhants and others advertising for six months or h the year. Obituary Notices exceedIin five lines, Tributea of Respeet, Comnunicatle-ne of a personal character, when admissable will be charged for as advertisemets. pgp w' be nnndon file t l0. The Pennsylvania Republicans have declared for Blaine for President. He s the most thoroughly representative inan in the party. The President told the cotrimittee on invitation from Louisville that he would visit their city if ho' could. Wo presume he would say no less to d like committee from Pickeus. One Cja. Payno who swindled The Bank of M< nreal out of $2t,0, was caught at. the de'bth of 18 miles in Canada. He had not spent a cent of the mno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 August 1887

r p at- abot pW . , tx 1 + - , 4 get ively. 'bo fodc e " a seesou is nbw at hands . D, l. B3radloy left for Columbia st Monday. !hieO t1nd&on of oontractors is called bridge6 lat Miss Ale! Durant is ilsiting'hor broth r, Judge Durant. Col. and Mrs. W. (. Keith wore visit g in pidknug last woek. Mrs. J. E. Boggs is visiting Mrs. 3. N. Brown, of Anderson. f. James P. Carey has a pair of fine trotters that is hard to beat. There soen'od to bo an epidemic of -olds in the country last week. There were a good many cabbage heads on the market last week, Mr. G. W. taylor was li towb last week on profeasional business. Last week seems to have been sbt apart especially for working the roads. Mrs. Bishop Wightmat, of Charle ton, is visitiug Mrs. 3. 1. Hagood. Mr. Jorre Loopor scuds us three well grown, fuly tnatured open boils of cot ' ton. The colored people had a succeasful Babbath School Celebration in town last weeks The names of the faculty of the Pied mnont Institute will be publishe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 25 August 1887

HIENtBAILIOAD DSA91 -: Mger- Train Jumps the T:aok end -be Througb a Threetory Dtick Build ,; Idt- Bu$rneer Killed and Twelve Personi - W 4irnITON, August 18.--Train No. 4 on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, coi ,igfrom the West, due here at 6.20 A. M., camo thundering into the city ovcr Metro ltn Branch to-.ay, and at a curve near ly a mile away from the Y began blowing "down brakes!" For some reason the brakes were not put down. The air brakes it was .tated, dhi not work, and the en gineer began blowing his distress whistle - for b;akemen to put on the regular brakes. .Ither the brakemen did not heed the aig nal or it was not given in tine to be of use. The train, flying at a frighti i rate, came thundering down towards the slatrp curve at the Y. On the south sde of the Y, in a little corner made by the intersection of the tracks, was located a railroad signal tower, a brick structure three stories hih, where railroad men arc employed to regulate sig nals and switches at the Y. Wh...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 September 1887

. . ~ - ~ t * "1~ 'A -('4 b & & V A ru14uri~ __ 6 VOL. XVI. PICKENS, S. C.. THURSI)AY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1887. NO. 49. MYSTERIOUS SOUN)S. THE CURIOUS EFFECTS TIIEY iiAVJ UPON THE MINI)S OF SOME 'ERSONS. The Oroundless Fear Experienced by tle Hearing of Apparently Inexplicable Noises-- rhe Origin of Midnight Sotnnle Generally to be Traced to Atmospheric Influe os. The ofieot of certain sounds upon the mind is oftepl very curious. We do not allude to the ordinary phenomena of speech, singing and music, where the sound-producing apparatus is tolerably familiar, and its distance from the hearer estimated with a near approach to aCcl racy. The effect is only "mysterious' when there is any doubt as to where the sound comes from, and hpw it was originated; the imagination then begus, and works itself up to very singular hal lucinations. Night, or darkness with )ut night, has much to do with this mat ter. When we cannot see the sound producing agent, conjecture is apt to run wild. Ghost ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 September 1887

7NTI'NEL CY i) _______ 0. aGtiGGS & Co., Pr pr1etorM. PICRNS c.j L, s. . ' IDAY, SEPT'E11 i 1, i7. POk' StubscriptioI, $1.5) pir an ium "dett1l" In advance; for six mont1hw, 75c. Ad'vertisemnonts inserted at one ulol)ar porsquare of one inch or less for the first. inaertlon and lfifty eentsforeach u plrsvqu ent insctrttlon. I,iheral dsronnti m:ule to m'irchant"s ait others advertismog for six months or hv the c:lr. UbitRnry Notices excetlilm five tinus, btTributes of Respct., (ymtnniunat ino of a pRSonalcharne iw(vh n<Imisable vill be chnrge1 for is ade rt isemtsiu . i.. ,L t It is witl much pleasure Ihat we tinuoo n ur anl )alRtronM that ave made arrageiniuts with that Wide-awake, illustritted farm innga tine, The American Farmer, pul lisi ed at Fort Mayne, hid., and read by nearly 200,000 farmers, by which that great publication will be mailed di rect, Free, to tho a(1(lress of any of our subscribers who wvill comO in anl pay up all a.rrearages on subscription and Onoe yetr...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 September 1887

Otton 9 ~ The protr. i + ; . s arp resping a tIoh harvest. Bead the' 1 -1ti0 at the head 'of editorlal o - u thL issu?. MIre. G. Y. Centea, of Mignopy, Flu., is stopping at the Amblor House. Miss Stela Newbery is visiting at -Mr. John F. St+iart, on Easutatoo. Misses Tirzah Hughos and Charlotto Murff are teaching schools in Eastato Valley. Pesbytery has boon postponed o1o 'week. It will now conveno on Friday the 80th inst. Miss Lillie Green who has won so many friends in Easley and Pickens uo 'cioty this summer, has returned to her home in Macon, Georgia. 4 Dr.;0. W. Earlo killed a rabid dog in his yard last Sabbath morning. His 'consideration for - the day, compelled him to use a goose necked hoe. Court convenes on 11Monday the 19th inet, Judge Pres.sloy presiding. There is not much for the Court of Sessions, but the civil docket is rather crowded. , afesrs. Cleveland ]3lttio, C. E. Ha good and Charles Ccodwin, three of the Mountain City's most prolmisilig young men, wore in Picken...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 1 September 1887

~ C '. MWPOLI1T)UAL PARTV. ( * Y .1 Jt llansited for a National Conven. * ties. !,. te of .the now political party ned "in tdis city under the ' Amnerican Party" to-day is 'bal call for a national conven %to, toiAt in this city Friday and Satur , X8tiat 17th of Scptember, altd they upop a I American citizens of wltat - ever party of Special salllliation, 'wbo sym pathize with the scntIeents and are in favor of th,e politiCal objects of the new party to attend for the purpose of complet ing organ ization and promoting, among othcrs the following specific objects: L To emphmsize and t rpetuate the sen tinent "America for Americans." . 1he restriction of inunigration. d. Thorough revision of the national tariff laws. 4. Rscrving American hiuds for Amer' can citizens only. 5. The protection of Americans in all their rights on land or sea in all l s of the world. 0. To restrict and gu thc- right of clective franchise. 7. To abolish po gamy in the United btates immediatel ' utid entirely....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 September 1887

" VOL X. VI P... ---ICKENS, S. C., TI[URISI)AY, SEP~TE 8,187 NOE50 CAPTURiNG 1)ESElITEIS. METHODS OF IECAPTUREK DUKlN(: Till; WAR. A Conscript in Fohmalt Attiro--Vatching a House for Several l)ayn-.The COming Days of the ilt.bellion--A i)espnrate Struggle. In the summer of 1864 Wirt Adams's cavalry, after an arduous camlpaign, rested to recruit men and horses in Shepherd's old fields in Copiah county, Mississippi. Food and forage were abundant; the horses grow fat, and the lazy life soon wearied the men, whose home was in the saddle. Time dragfed, but Sergeant Heath's old Creeper cre:'ted a diversion, one morning, by stampcd ing the brigade horses, which were all loose at grass.. Creeper know a thing or two, and counted on fun when ho laid his plans. Working around the two O(iousand grazing horses, until all were between himself and the camp in the Woods, the old horse, whose wisdom was known yud acknowledged throughout the brigade, took his stand and surveyed the ground. With a wil...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 September 1887

GS, Editor.. Co., Proprietors. 'SO.t. H.5.0.1 aPTEIBER 8, 1887. t $1scriltion itil.t. wrnnmm ati$ety In adyance; or six months, 7Ii. ''Iretisem,onts Inserte4d at one do ilt i P.r Puiare of one inch or 1ess for the tirst tnsertion and fifty cents for each snlse<iu ont insertion. l,iheral (1iseontt mn(le to i inrehants andl others advertising for six 1 months or hv the year. Obituary Notices exceedinm. live lines, t Tributes of Riespe("t, (Commuinientions of a personal ehar;acter, when adinissable will bucharged for is advertisemets. u - alr-d - i I 4 When public .ntiment takes a I tart in favor of against anything, it , ererally go extremes. Just now ublic son ont is at its extreme, in i ahtfig the management of railroads ransferred to;the Governent. The omplaint about exorbitant charges n freight rates is wide spread, and here seems to ho a systematic effort o make the lichmllon(d & )anville .ailroad the victim of a revolution in he freight business. But this is not ll. The I...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 September 1887

o db1 9 oents. Miss Lula Hester is teaclIng I olas in'art st Central. IISs Georgia Bogge visited friends it Piokens last Monday. Col. T. J. Lamotte, of the Columbii Rtegister, was in town last week. Mr. Joab Muldin's mill is bus3 equeesing the sweetness out of the cane, Mr. E. A. Plumaer, of Virginia, ha taken charge of the 8eoweo Hotel 1 Seneca. The railronil fare to the Constitutional # Convention at Philadelphia is one oeni per mile each way. Mrs. H. I. Horton, of Williamston, visited the family of Mr. T. H. Smith of Liberty last week. The Messenger says that Lang Gilli land and J. E. Rankin have gone to try their fortune in another land. The Huguenot Mills had a small sis ed strike last Saturday. The hands did tot want to change bosses. Presbytery at Pickene and the Camp meeting at Twelve Mile, each embrace the first Babbath in October. The anniversary of the earthquoke was celebrated with only a few slight shocks, none perceptible in the up country. Alvis Alexander was before C...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 8 September 1887

RUSSIAN_ DOCTwI liaing and Rtomania Story 't1om Real Life, tt'>O>Y T>t GlmAt Of Mt. Et418 POEKl. MRS. BRANCEs A. $IUAW. 0p Oopyr1Ued, 1:7, Ly A. N. .ellogg .Newepapter Company!. CHAPTEIR I. y~ "' lIE modest dwell ian wvh, sincer hiI S alreturn frnom a resi dttnci of m ;e a y St a, edrs in I a s :n. ~ ' J had{ f!onel by thle OA bece.api it 'ng hil e brow10 name of "th ius, sian1 I>ctor, w ai by so tdenela c m . how'bnert"d in cy. C Bpress :nut wild into ecay and ro e in tes ltt one couhld searco t,o found the door knob but for its brighsttess from on Istant scouri . A large, oldl-fasht ioned gand&, i whirh bothi flower; and weed wetre allowed to grow t iV'their o a n wet will, st r.et chcd far bw. tc the Iouse, and endcd in a forest of beerhes, ia pat h thr"ough which lcd to a dilap.idated rust in ttunplte onl the brow of a hill. Tlil tm pl}mlme, whieh oc tupied an optIn spt't', was aiked by n, weather-hetnnen stnne t:atlde, sulrrottnded by wouglr lnchs, atnd liil, cv...

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