Cloudy & Clearing -
Ther. Thursday May 31,st 1894 Variable Wind.
Cloudy & threatning all day until
towards evening when it cleared off
quite cold. I worked in the garden
hoeing the potatoes. Edwd & I made
up three rows for sweet potatoes.
Dora came home before dark, coming
with Edwd Bentley who had been
to take his little daughter to Alexandria.
I mailed letter to Thos: Hill
in Baltimore in answer to one from
him enquiring about the "Hill family".
Arthur B. Edwards was here before breakfast
& had a tooth extracted.
Ther. 52 Friday, June 1st N.W. Wind
Still quite cool. Fanny Peirce came before
breakfast time, having brought Alice
over to take the early stage for Laurel, on
her way to Medford to attend the wedding
of Edith Kummer. Dora went up to the
Library in place of Miss Mary Fowler.
Afternoon I went to the Closing exercises
of the District Public School
There was quite a gathering of the
parents of the scholars and others
present. H. C. Halowell made an
address to the children & I made a
few remarks on part of the Trustees.
Harriet planted the sweet potatoe
plants given to us by Mrs R's folks; they having
more than they wished to set out.
Ther. 52. Saturday, June 2,d, 1894 S. Wind.
Rained several times during last
night but is clear & bright this morning.
with a chilly South breeze. Mailed a
receipt for articles belonging to the School
to Miss Emma E. Scheirer at Rockville.
Afternoon Edwd went to take a music
lesson and to the store for groceries etc.
Singleton Bellows was here for advice &
medicine for himself. Willie came in the
evening stage, having come to Balto with Charley
who had an operation performed at the University
Hospital this morning for the exterpation
of the "nail" of his "great toe", he had been
suffering greatly with it. After tea W & Edwd
went to Riverside to borrow a horse to go
with Frank tomorrow to Laurel to bring
Ther. 60 Sunday 3d S Wind.
Edwd & I left home at 7 o clk this
morning (driving "Frank" & Bro: C's "Bess")
for Laurel, to meet Charley who was
to have come up from Balto. we waited
until three traines came past, without
his coming, and we came home but
he came in an afternoon train &
got Millstead to send him up. he
reached here about 5.o' clk. & seems
to be getting along very well. Willie
went to E. Peirce's this morning & drove
up to Mr: Mathew's & home to supper.
Fred Iddings was here this afternoon
& went up to the telegraph office with
Edwd & myself & telegraphed to Balto
to enquire if there was anything from
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