Monday August 24th 1885 Rain hard most all night last night & is very wet this morning we mowed door yard & south of barn picked & slicked up some around the barn & PM the boys plowed with 2-3 horse teams ground very wet but plows nice Hervey Carris called to tell me Lewis & Carris will not want my hogs (that I was to deliver tomorrow) before next week (market broke) Mag has been feeling poorly all day & this Eve I went & brought Mrs. Joe England & Roy took buggy & went for Charlotte Carpenter was not feeling well didn’t come he then went for the widow Newland Some of her folks going away tomorrow didn’t come he then got Mrs. J C Jones & Mag felt better about midnight & we all went to bed
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