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Monday, June 15, 2015

Thursday, June 15th, 1865

To day I am still at Booths. Capt. Harrison and I went out black berry picking. we had splendid success. Nothing further from home [Houston County], though I am daily expecting the arrival of my family. Weather variable & warm. Ther: 85°.

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BeNotForgot said...

June 15, 1865, p. 1, c. 5

There was a distribution of public property in Austin last week on first principles; all the plunder belonging to the Confederate and State governments was divided out. Among the rest were 50,000 pairs of cotton cards, any quantity of quinine, satinet, domestics, etc. The value of cotton cards in that region now is from one to three bits a pair. And other articles in proportion.—Houston Telegraph.