To day we are all at work on the mill house. with but little grinding I sent Frank Stewart to Cain to collect some ? and also to return the horse that Charley Lund left at my house with instructions to turn out at Mustang prairie but which was afterwards ? up and which cost me 5$ in cash for expenses. weather changable & cold with frost at night.
Saturday, March 5, 2011
Friday, March 4, 2011
To day in consequence of our horses having escaped, we were compelled to remain and take dinner with Mother. In the evening however our horses having been found the little woman, Florence & myself left in the buggy for home. Bill is at work on the mill house. weather clear and rather warm for the Season.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
To day I and the little woman with Florence visited Mother. I also went to Beaver's landing to see the Steamers Lucy Guin & Alamo which are now lying at that landing. In the evening I returned to Mother's where the little woman & myself remained for the night. weather cloudy & very disagreeable.
Wednesday, March 2, 2011
To day I visited Dailey's store and also went to the Post office to get my mail matter, and returned in the evening. I found Father, Mother and the little woman had gone to visit Mrs. Bird. They returned in the evening and Father & Mother went home at night. weather cloudy with drizzling rain but rather too cold to rain hard.
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
To day I and Bill are at work on the mill house. I returned to Father 29 lbs. of nails borrowed from him some time since. I loaned to Frank Stewart one of my mules to ride to Crockett to attend to some important business concerning himself. weather clear & rather warm.
Monday, February 28, 2011
To day I was finally discharged from my attendance on the District Court, which gave me great relief and in the evening I left Crockett for home where I arrived at night finding all well and the little woman looking with great anxiousness for my return. weather clear & rather warm.
Sunday, February 27, 2011
To day I am still in Crockett in attendance upon the District Court. I collected from Mr. Casteel the sum of $4.50 on a/c of Ella Lodge I.O.O.F. I am nearly worn out in dancing attendance upon the Court. I was compelled to institute suit against J. C. Hepperla for the recovery of the "Argus Office" and also to sue out a writ of sequestration for its recovery because after patiently waiting for 2 years he (Hepperla) refused to pay me one red cent. weather clear & rather warm for the season of the year.