Sunday Mar 22 A very nice day & warm the snow most gone & frost going out & mud & water plenty Kit is no better I am giving her a spoonful of Stonebrakers Condition powders daily My cattle are doing well put 3 or 4 cows by themselves to have calves also Luce to have colt Several of my sows begin to show their pigs Si Miller called to tell us that Louis Bradford Virgs boy is dead died at 10 am today with lung fever Jap [Jasper] Green here this Eve
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