Saturday September 30th 1882 foggy & damp in the morning I went to Nira & worked out my road tax in that dis [district?] I had paid Evans the money tax 65 c & $1,65 total Roy cut Corn Mag is feeling very poorly this morning & went up stairs & lay in the west front room We told the Dayton Cream geatherer he could get no more cream here this fall After dinner Mag is no better & I went for Mrs. Stapleton & about ½ past 1 an other girl baby was born at our house Roy went & brought Mrs Hix & I took her home in Eve Mrs. Stapleton stays all night Mother & babe Seemingly doing first rate Mag ate some Supper
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