Tooele Wrote A. F. Doremus in the forenoon, Took to pieces a set of harness, washed it and greased one and put to-gether. Jas. Tate was here to see horses. read in the evening. News paper.
Greased harness, sold hay to st clair. read from Judge Jeremiah M. Wilson’s argumints on admission of Utah to the Union in evening; bathed & shaved.
Attended sunday school and ward meeting. also Joint meeting of Y.M. & Y.L. Association in the evening, Came home before meeting was out and finished reading Judge J M. Wilsons’ [p. 177] argument on admission of Utah as a State.
Tooele Traded horses with Homer Huff. Sold 1000 lbs hay to Sam’l Orme Jr and delivered it. Greased saddle, turned on the water on lucern in east field. Attended Teachers meeting in the evening.
Greased buggy harness, attended to the water, got plows ready for work, raked up stack yard and attended Priests meeting at Robt. Mieklejohn’s in the evening.
Commenced plowing south of street with two teams.
Plowed in south field. Numan Remington spent the evening here
Plowed south of street.
Plowed, wrote A. F. D. and took horses to Basin Pasture, Attended Y.M.M.I.Ass. in the evening.
Attended Young Men’s Conference three meetings. [p. 178]
Tooele Went and hired two men to work. Made iron braces for leveler.
Ironed leveler, brought it up from Marsden’s.
Wind blowed and rained. Wrote letters. Attended Seventies Meeting in the evening.
Leveled in the south field, went to station for rye & lucerne seed. Rained in afternoon
Sharpened saw and pruning shears & pruned grape vines, sold hay, raked up barn yard &c.
Wrote A. F. Doremus, loaded hay for Pocock, shaved and went to Basin to look after animals and repair pump, Attended theatre in the evening.
Attended Tooele sunday school and in company with Charls McBride as Home Missionaries visited Lake View meeting and preached to the people. Bro & Sis Vance paid [p. 179] us a short visit after meeting.
Tooele Leveled land south of street, Sold Young Vick to Jno. McKeller for $100.00 Worked Old Vick on level in afternoon. Attended Teachers meeting in the evening.
Snowed several hours. I wrote A. F. D. Fred & F. Miller, attended to irrigating, Sharpened 3 grub hoes &c.
Cleared brush off corner south of street and plowed it, Attended irrigating &c.
Finished plowing corner south of street, plowed for garden south of
street house, went to see Mrs Valenviter about pruning grape, vines and Remington about sowing rye.
Went to Basin pasture in the fore noon and finished leveling the large piece south of street in afternoon.
Rolled lucerne south of street one half the day. Leveled corner [p. 180] south of street and garden south east of house. Loaded hay for Thomas Harman and R. Henwood. Attended YM.M.I.A. in evening, gave a sketch of the life of Brigham Young, and gave a dollar to assist the missionaries.
Tooele Attended Sunday school and meeting. Preached in meeting. Wrote A. F. D. in the evening.
Finished rolling south of street and pulled & burnt brush, had Geo. Gee leveling in east field and St Clair and Henwood pulling sages. Received gray horse from Frank Knowlton.
Burned sages, pulled sages, had men leveling, harrowing, sowing rye and pulling sage.
Went to the Basin pasture, traded horses with Homer Huff. Wrote 4 letters, attended Seventies meeting &c. Sold to Jno. Mercer for work one bay mare @ $40.00 Two Pine Cañon men were here to get me to sit on a case as referee next Saturday. [p. 181]
Tooele Broke large black mare to work. Had seven men at work plowing pulling sages & burning them in east field.
Rolled rye in east field with Lucy & black mare. Had seven men at working plowing and clearing land of sage.
Went to Lake View as an arbitrator to settle a difficulty of long standing existing between Alivander & James Murray. Had seven men at work, Paid off all the men and dismissed four of them. Wrote A F D in the evening.
Tooele Attended Sunday School and spent the remainder of the day at home.