To day Billy Stewart, Frank Stewart, Genl. Beaver, John C. Hepperla and Charley Hall came to see me and remained to dinner. I then wrote some interrogatories for Genl. Beavers propounded to certain witnesses in Georgia. In the evening Billy Stewart, Frank Stewart & Charley Hall went down to Fathers. Genl. Beavers returned home and Mr. Hepperla remained all night with me. Mr. Harwell & Bill commenced to take down the old Machine shop, and also ground 7 bushels of corn. weather changable with a strong wind blowing from the North which made it very cold and at night there was a severe frost.
Saturday, January 15, 2011
Friday, January 14, 2011
To day it rained in perfect torrants, swelling the Elk Hart to its utmost capacity, and putting us in fear that the mill levy would again be washed away. towards evening however the wind hauled around to the North and the rain ceased. I concluded to tare down the old Machine shop, and commenced to remove the things out of it. Florence missed her fever, she has been for several days afflicted with the chills & fever which has greatly prostrated the dear little one, and I hope she may not have another attack of that horable disease. weather of course cloudy, and very cool.
Thursday, January 13, 2011
To day Bill hauled wood and returned the oxen. Mother & Roberta came up and remained for dinner, after which Mother went home and Roberta staid with us as company for the little woman. weather cloudy and rather warm, with occasional showers of rain.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
To day I sent Bill down for the oxen to haul fire wood, he made 2 loads. Frank Stewart came up and went hunting. grinding small, only 2½ bushels. weather cloudy & cold.
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
To day Frank Stewart went to the Post office for me. In the evening I carried the little woman & Florence home in the buggy. weather cloudy cold and drizzling rain.
Monday, January 10, 2011
Sunday, January 9, 2011
To day I went up to the mill to see John Harwell & John Williams in relation to their working the mill for the year, but Williams could not agree to the requirements wanted and thus his claim or proposition was rejected. I remained for dinner and then went to Mothers. I loaned Father $8 in money. Weather cloudy & cold.