Wednesday Oct 11 A pleasant day Carpenters finished east porch & commenced on portico I fixed foundation Snapped 2 loads corn & unloaded a load apples the painter is getting along well with the horse & appears to be doing a good job Mike Craig was maimed yesterday & the boys in the neighborhood gave him a huge Serenade last night. Mrs. Samson called.
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