Woodbourne, April 17, 1881 My dearest Lillie, Dr. N starts in a short time for Tunkhannock to take the night train and I embrace the opportunity to send thee an account of my movements since Sixth-day night. We had a pretty good night on the train and at the hotel, and have had pleasant weather. The snow is nearly all gone, except where deeply drifted. I went all over Cous. F. Drinker’s house yesterday afternoon & found it quite well furnished, all the 1st floor rooms having carpets. The two principal bed rooms on 2nd floor have nothing in the way of floor covering, but all the others have either carpets or matting. Plenty of bedding; some china, but I could not find out about linen, as the man did not know, having been there only a few weeks. Things move slowly up here, as usual.
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