They took me out to Lochiel, the home of Senator J. Donald Cameron, at that time one of the show-places of the country.
It was one of the most charming places on the banks of the Susquehanna River.
No more lovely spot could be found, with its perfection of natural beauty and the highest art of cultivation combined.
At three P. M., May 24, we boarded a director's car, used as such by Senator Cameron on the Pennsylvania Railroad.
In the party were Senator and Mrs. Cameron (nee Miss Elizabeth Sherman, niece of Senator John Sherman), Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Morton, Miss Emily Beale (the late Mrs. John R. McLean, and myself.
At Pittsburg we were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Chris Magee, one of Senator Cameron's important political workers.
The journey was delightful, every member of the party being in fine spirits.
Senator Cameron was a lavishly hospitable host, and we had every luxury that could be procured.
The scenery was enchanting, as every traveller over the Pennsylvania Railroad kn