Thurs Oct 19 Cooler Cloudy looks much like rain & did rain some Enough to Stop the mixing of plaster for the new house however they Commenced again after dinner & Allie & I went to see the new house Mart Scranton & wife went to Holdens for dinner we all took back chairs dishes &c Early AM & I went to the new house after dinner & in the Eve we all went to Aron Palmers to a reception but he made it a point to be absent & Mart Scrantons wife got Sick about 8 in Eve I came home with her & Mart & went to bed
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