[Hosea Stout Diary] Thursday March 25th 1847. Last night two of Br G. A. Smiths horses were stolen by the Indians. Cold North wind all day. Was around all day as usual.
At six oclock there was a special session of the High Council called at Joseph Busbys the object of which was to take into consideration the mill. It was decided that President Young be authorized to do as he sees proper with the disposition of it. That they were perfectly satisfied with him so far about the mill[.] President Young stated that he had sold it for 2,600 dollars to Br Neff[.] It would clear the expense of building it. Council broke up about 9. and I came home.
[source: Diaries of Hosea Stout]