Mon 20 clear & looks fine & warm in the morn it raind all last nite & clouded over & raind at 11 to day & looks rainy we recd the Washington Democrat Allie went to Stockton back by Noon when it rained a little saw many oranges on the trees & on the ground blown off by last nites wind the first wind we have had since coming here we all 5 went & spent the Eve at Mr Ruff’s & past a very pleasant social time with Graphaphone music
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