Sunday, September 6, 1863 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

6 ~ 1 Clear – Fine - Pleasant. I walked 2/3 to 3 miles circular between 9 and 11 a.m. spent rest of day at home – was at our church in Eve. – Mr Cattell16 preached – He preached this morning but I was not there – we had not had preaching for 2 or 3 Sundays – wrote to Wife and Daughter at Bear Gap17 – home from church 8 ¾ and to bed 9 ½

Editor's Note: Directory lists Cattell, William C., Rev., h N Front n Pine.

Editor's Note: Bear Gap, Pennsylvania – Northumberland County

Monday, September 7, 1863 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7 ~ 2 Clear – Fine – Pleasant – Recd. of Jacob C. Duncan bal.

FEE $5.00
Recd. of Geo Olvis one mos. rent due 1 inst . . .$8.33
" " S. Wallower[?] " " " " " . .$15.00

spent day closely at work with the Board of enrollment from about 9 am to 12 ¾ P.M. and from 3 to 7 ¾ P.M. To bed 9 ½ -

Tuesday, September 8, 1863 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

8 ~ 3 Clear and cloudy – warm – very warm & sultry – Herman Ulrich and self walked after breakfast a mile or so round before I met Bd. of Enrollment at 9 a.m.

Recd. last Eveng of M.F. Brenner18 1 mos. Rent due 1 inst - - -$10.00
pd. Harrisburg Gas Co. 1 qrs gas due 1 inst - - -$1.50
" ½ lb Black tea 63 – [unreadable] Pint Bottle for table 63 -$1.26

Mrs. Rawn & Fanny came home at 1 P.M. from "Bear Gap" where Fanny has been about 3 weeks Her mother since Saturday week – Fanny from 20th & Mrs R 29 ult. I spent day with Board of Enrollment from 9 am to 12 ¾ and from 3 to 5 ¾ P.M. Eveng chiefly at home & to bed 9 ½.

Editor's Note: Directory lists Brenner Moses F., restaurant, State n High.

Wednesday, September 9, 1863 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Sept 9 ~ 4 Cloudy – warm – Clear & Cloudy – I was at market & paid 2 lb butter 40 – Tomatoes 50 – 1 lb honey 25 – twist 5 =

$1.20
Beef & lamb $1.80 – 6 qts. cornmeal 20. 9 dozen Eggs 1.25 =$3.25
$4.45

spent day with Board of Enrollment busy as usual from 9 am to 1 P.M. and from 3 to 6 P.M. Walked round between 8 & 9 am and in evening after 7 P.M in all 3 miles or so – To bed 9 ½

Thursday, September 10, 1863 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

10 ~ 5 Clear – Fine – Pleasant – I was up early – Jno Calvin took our mare back to Finers[?] this morning in consequence of his sore foot which prevents his getting about well. He moved her to our stable 4 inst and will move her back when his foot gets well.

Depd in Dau Dep Bank . . . . . . $39.00

Spent day with Board of Enrollment from 9 am to 1 P.M. and from 3 to 6 ½ P.M. Walked round between 7 and 8 P.M. To bed 9 ½

Friday, September 11, 1863 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

11 ~ 6 Clear and Cloudy and Pleasant – spend day closely occupied with Board of Enrollment – Examing drafted men at the rate since we begun of from 50 to 70 men per day – walked in Morning before 9 a.m. and in Eveng. after 7 ½ P.M. in all two miles or so. To bed 9 ½.

Saturday, September 12, 1863 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

12 ~ 7 Clear and Cloudy – Thunder Storm after 5 P.M. and Imant Rain. I was at Market and paid 2 lb butter 40 – Beef 4 ¾ lb 50 . . .

$0.90
Peck sweet potatoes 40 1 5/8 bus. apples $1.602.00
½ Gal. Cider Vinegar Gur[?] at Mullins 15 – sundries 5. twist 5.25
$3.15

pd. Jno. Miller per check in Dau. Dep. Bank – bill for shoe mending $6.29

spent day with Board of Enrollment – some excitement among the Doctor Rutherford (N.W.)[?] Seiler[?] (C) and others in respect of some decisions of the Board and [unreadable] manifested by said Doctor to prep or force things their own way – Cant be didShant be did.

Paid at Bells for 3 lb sugar 42. 1 [unreadable] coffee 40. 2lb [unreadable] 14 -.90
" Nora Barry our hired woman in full for 21 weeks wages to 9 inst inclusive by check in Dau. Dep. Bank.$26..25

Spent Evg. chiefly at home & to bed 9 ½ to 10.

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