Jervis McEntee Diaries: November 7, 1884

Friday, Nov 7, 1884 Charlie and I took a long walk down along by the quarries and over the hills back of Steep Rocks returning by the Roa-tina. The wind blew from the South but still we had a pleasant walk and got home in time for dinner. It is warmer this evening and the wind has lulled. The Election is still in doubt with the chances in favor of Blaine according to the Tribune. It depends upon N. Y. and the vote seems very close. The Democrats are threatening and I fear trouble. I do not envy the feelings of Republicans who voted for Cleveland.

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