Jervis McEntee Diaries: August 14, 1877

John McEntee, Girard and I went fishing out at the Glasco bridge today and were caught in a violent thunder shower which wet us thoroughly. When we got home I learned that Gussie had telegraphed to Sara that Joe demanded immediate and careful attention and begging her to come on at once. The consequence was that she started for Hillsboro this afternoon by the Baldwin very greatly against her inclination. Rachel Carle arrived this evening.

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