Sunday, March 6, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

6 – 1 Clear & Cloudy – Mild – No church to day at our church. I walked 3 to 4 Miles circular between 11AM and 12 Noon. wife at U.S. Presby. ch. morning and evening. I was there in evening. Dr. DeWitt preached in the morning and Rev Mr Robeson in Ev – I walked after tea before church time ½ am hour To bed 9 ½

Monday, March 7, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7 – 2 Clear – Fine – Fresh – Froze last night, softening through day..received letter from Jno Flint Esq Phil March 5 wrote in reply and Kept Copy.

Deposited in Dauphin Deposit Bank $205.00

Paid Mr. Orth (per CK on D Dep Bank) in full for Papering & Painting in My 11 St. Mitchell property $13.50

I walked through the day three & a half to 4 ½ Miles – wife, daughter & Self walking after 4 P.M. up River opposite Mumma House & back Mrs. [illegible] Eyster along to Hammonds lane, as we went up.

Was at Rooms of Board of Enrollment short time – introduced M. F. Brenner there to Capt Clement as a Clerk for his office temporarily to assist at Mr. Chacter’s desk. He commenced work in the afternoon Spent Evening at home and to bed 9 P.M.

Tuesday, March 8, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

8 – 3 Clear & Cloudy – Mild – did not freeze last night Paid at Schaeffers Book Store for Le Brun’s Telemaque (french) for daughter – Fanny .75

& also for "Warren’s Physical Geography" In Same $1.25

Daughter put the latter Book (Physical Geography) several days ago and I was to call and pay for it but I mitted it until to day. The [illegible] said it had not been let down – Paid at Gross’ DrugStore for ½ Dozen 7 oz. bottles Hypophosphites of lime and soda 5.00

Rec. of Lewis Bobb (new Tenant) of Selinsgrove Snyder Con Pa on lease for State St. House from 1 Apl 64 to Apl 65 Where M. Brenner now lived 3 Mos. Rent in advance from 1 Apl Next. $37.50

(He is to pay next quarter 1 home, next 1 Sept. next 1 Dec.) (part of agreement)

Walked through day 3 ½ to 5 Miles chirfly in Ev between 5 & 5 ½ PM. Where I walked with daughter Fanny & Nelly Beatty between 2 ½ to 3 Miles circular. Met Board of Enrollment at Pro. March at Clements office at 8 to 8 ½ PM. to bed 10.

Wednesday, March 9, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

9 – 4 Clear – Fine – Fresh – Pleasant All day. Froze lightly last night.

wife at Market and paid Beef 78, Veal 61, 2 1l butter 45 =$1.84
Parsnips, Cabbage, twist & biscuit .35
I paid 2 lb Lewton Crackers 25 ½ lb Macaronie 25 .50
" check stamp 6, To Dauphin Dep. Bank for Draft on Phil 25 .31
" last Ev for ½ stamp on Bobb (lease [illegible] other half .25
(by check on same) $3.25

Paid Dauphin Dep Bank amt of Draft to My Order on P.F. Kelly Co. Phil to pay collection of 3 [illegible] from Sanford being bal. of Debt [illegible] after deducting my fee $162.61

To [illegible] Debt [illegible] $150.00 Phil – last $12.61 = $162.61

Retained out of collection ($209.32) My FEE 46.71

Rec? letter from Mr. Flint – Phil – Mch 8, wrote to him in reply enclosing said staff endorsed by me payable to his order – [illegible] son J. Calvin the "Myers Academy Cadets" of West Chester Pa. came to town to day and had a Public Drill at 4 PM on State St. to an extensive crowd of spectators Men, Women, & Children exhibiting a Proficiency which which I have Never seen surpassed [illegible] Mrs. Rawn & her sister Mrs. Beatty and our children were among the spectators Met Bd of Enrollment ½ an hour or More at 2PM. Spent evening at home and to bed 9 ½ walked through day 3 miles or so.

Thursday, March 10, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Mch 10 – 5 Cloudy-Chilly. Rain in afternoon – Hetrick grape vine trimmer here in forenoon Trimming my Grape Vines – He did not come back in the afternoon on acct of the rain. Pd "Harrisburg Gas Co" quarters gas due 1 Mch mit - $6.60

walked 2 to 3 miles through day about town. Spent Evn at home – daughter Fanny Self played 2 game back gammon – To bed 10.

Friday, March 11, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

11 – 6 Cloudy – Chilly – damp – raw – Hetrick finished the grape vines at 11 ½ am – I walked 3 to 3 ½ Miles circular between 10 ½ and 11 ½ am Rain during afternoon – Mrs Dr. Charleton here 2 to 3 hours Paid W.H. Cohler (plumber) fixing hydrant ([illegible]) $2.50 Paid H.M. Koller, per CK Dau Dep Bank in full for Carpenter work to this date shingling Mitchell St. House other work $21.15 Spent evening at home and to bed 9 ½ to 10.

Saturday, March 12, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

12 – 7 Cloudy – damp – Chilly – Clear – Fine & agreeable after 11 am. I walked 3 Miles or More between 10 ¾ am & 12 Noon. Walked town between 3 and 4 ½ PM. 1 to 2 Miles – Henry Gilbert hailed me in Street & he came to my office Rec letter from [illegible] Blasiers Brother enclosing money Paid by me 27th [illegible] to Mr. [illegible] for Fixing Piano ([illegible]) $2.00

Mrs Rawn at Market & paid 6 lbs beef 90, 2 lbs butter 90, fish 25, parsnips 15 =$2.20
twist, biscuit, smearcase, rolls.20
4 lbs Sugar 64 (10 inst) 1 lb Coffee to day 40 1.04
$3.44

spent evening at home and to bed 9 ½ to 10

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