Phila. 8/20 1885My dearest wifeThine finished yesterday at hand and was most welcome as thine always are. I am sorry to hear the baby is so restless as was in hopes he would be better for stopping the medicine. I enclose a postal I received this morning from Hannah. I have had no news today thus far. I think the case has been a mysterious one. Dr. Stokes says he think Katy had never recovered entirely from the effects of the measles. I understand Hannah Stork has typhoid fever and a day or two ago was so ill that Dr. McClellan was up with her all night and that they sent to Newport in the middle of the night for medicine and
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