Friday Oct 3 Cloudy damp Chilly an uncomfortable day We & Dr. & C C Gardners are together & we all went to a good restaurant & took breakfast I am feeling well but Mag feels poorly & I left her with the Gardner women & I went with Dr &c on to the Stock yards  & Saw the Slaughtering of hogs & Cattle in Swifts plant & it was wonderful they furnished us a guide & gave Each a Silver leaf pin as a Sovenir before we went to Stockyards we went to the top of the Masonic Temple 26 stories high the view was wonderful Cost 25c we Eat dinner from our baskets & Mag feels better & went with other women to theater & I went with other men to Lincoln Park where we Saw nice grounds & Statuary & Stuffed birds snakes & animals well worth seeing & after a Supper from our baskets took a Sleeper $3 for both at 8-45 Eve for buffalo Ny I feel that we are in an Extra nice Crowd of people
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