To day I sent Frank Stewart up the Country with the mules and little wagon, hauling up a pretty heavy load to the mills, and by whom I forwarded Mother's [Mahala] side board. but little doing. weather clear and pleasant.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
Friday, May 6, 2011
To day the steamer Lone Star passed down the river with a very light freight. T.W. Reed of Halls Bluff called to see me. from him I learn that my relatives up the country are well. The river is now rising. weather changable & warm.
Thursday, May 5, 2011
To day the rail road boys or rather the engineers came down to the store and had a regular space in which champagne flowed freely to the great discomfiture of many concerned. weather cloudy and rather warm.
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
To day James Wrigley went out to the San Jacinto river on the cars and returned again in the evening. The Polk County Guards left on the Steamer Ruthven for Galveston, in route for the seat of war in Virginia. but little business doing. weather cloudy with occasional showers of rain and rather cold.
Monday, May 2, 2011
To day the Steamer Ruthven arrived from Galveston. The Polk County Guards were compelled to camp immediately in the ware house in consequence of a very hard rain. in fact it continued to rain throughout the entire day making it exceedingly muddy & disagreeable out of doors. The weather was very cold for the season.
Sunday, May 1, 2011
To day the Liberty Guards turned out to receive the Polk County Guards under Capt. D. D. Moore, who are now on their way to the seat of war in Virginia. The Liberty Guards escorted them down to the ware house where they quartered. but little business doing. I attended the store sales during the parade of the Guards. weather cloudy & warm.