Jan. 29th 1888.
My dearest Jule,
Your letter did not come till last night, & of course I was "all broke up" Friday night. So you have been having sort of a blizzard. The weather seems to have been making up for lost time by giving you several doses at once. The papers give acc[oun]ts of severe storms and blockades all thro[ugh] the East. You would be amused with the papers here. Tell me if the papers I sent you did not contain accounts as bad or worse than any in N[ew] Y[ork] papers. Why? because these papers are making an awful row and hullabaloo about the way the
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