The Jervis McEntee Diaries - March 28, 1887

Diary Entry:

Monday, Mar 28, 1887 The Cement Co's steamer "Lime Rock" came up to Rondout and returned last week. There is still much floating ice in the river and much snow although it has been warm today. I went down town and paid $100 on our note to Abbey & Sons and renewed the balance. I came down by the 4.35 train. It was raining when I left and at Cornwall it snowed. Went to the club and got some supper. Calvert and Mary went to the opening of the Newsboy's Lodging House in Tompkins Square where I would have gone if it had not been too late. I took medicine for my boil in my nose under Saras direction and it is much better.

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