To day we are comparatively doing nothing in the way of business. Capt. Wrigley arrived home on the Str. Ruthven from Galveston. weather clear & very hot.
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Friday, July 15, 2011
To day I started Frank Stewart with my mules & little wagon up to the mill and loaned Frank in cash $2.50. Capt. Wrigley left on the Steamer Ruthven for Galveston. Sam H. Sharp has again resumed his position in the store as salesman. business very dull however. weather clear & warm.
Thursday, July 14, 2011
To day I am busily employed in writing letters, and this being the anniversary of my marriage with the little woman I did not forget to write her and to drink her health & long life. weather changeable & warm.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
To day I am engaged in the store generally. Sam H. Sharp did by a light squeeze make out to come to the store but only for a few minutes. Capt. Wrigley and Company returned to town from their camp of instruction, whether benefited or not by the weeks work I cannot say but all however in good humor & a fine spirits. weather cloudy and warm with occasional showers of rain.
Tuesday, July 12, 2011
To day I am busy as salesman in the Store, in consequence of Sam H. Sharp who on yesterday took unto himself a wife and is now sticking so close to her as a plaster. He being the regular salesman, has now thrown that duty on me doubtless for a few days but I rather anticipate it will not last long. Capt. Wrigley and his company are still in camp. weather changeable & warm.
Monday, July 11, 2011
Sunday, July 10, 2011
To day I am working in the office. The steamer Ruthven arrived & departed bringing but little freight. I had my buggy thoroughly mended & put in good running order. weather changeable & warm.