Wednesday, June 1, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

June 1-4 clear- fine –pleasant- [paste over covers the rest of the entry] ollan …9 am. and after appointing the times fr [paste over covers the rest of the entry] e different counties resumed the drafting [paste over covers the rest of the entry] to 12¼ to 12 ½ pm.

Drafting the whole of Juniattu. [paste over covers the rest of the entry]

4¼ Mr beal by 3¾ Mr [James Guhl] b [paste over covers the rest the of the entry] $1.74

Asparagus 25 Salad 15. Smear care, +[paste over covers the rest of the entry] .68

Frih (?) 15 1 doz eggs 20 n [paste over covers the rest of the entry] .45

Mutten chop 31 ult. 10 Pep [paste over covers the rest of the entry]

No dah= .72 $3.59

Silk for Mantillu for Fanny [paste over covers the rest of the entry]1.40

trimmings for Do 80 serving silk do 10.90

= $5.89

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N appears that Sister Juliann at

Her own instance bought – Silk from

Mantillu on burque for Fanny for pres-

ent – from her 2¾ yoor (sp) $1.60 yd. $4.40

This being found insufficient

Mrs Rawn afterward bought

7/8 yd . .$1 60 . . . 1.40

+ trimmings with . . .90

(with said [money ?] charged)

(on this page)

And Mrs Rawn [?] 2 or 3rd

Got additional trimming } 30

Whole least – without – }

Making - . }

all which foolish extravagance be

it – always know I am opposed to

if the money could be [?] with the

yard by millions -- C.C.R.

June 1-2-3-4/64

carried forward -- $5.89. – salt-20 - porr (sp) 3 = $6(?)1 1 2

Recd Of Mayor Mr S. Stryker P Mart[in] U.S.A. Check for Ray of Geo. G. S. Baker Henry N Baker in pt city hoop[?] Manisl[?]g (V. 26 inst) $12.34 each $24.68

Recd Mr. Brmnold 1mos. Rent 11 [ore ?] Room due 1 inst -- $35.00

" " Sam[ue]l Anderson (cal?) on a/i. of due,(v )Fee $2.00

Deposit in Dauphin Deposit Bank $75.00

" " do do -- per credit

On my 12 shares ($300) of stock in [Heis ?] bank fix Mar. dividend due 2 ult. Dividend $15.00

Continued draft from 3½ to about 5 pm with Snyder county " spent evening chiefly at home. to bed 10 to 10½ .

Thursday, June 2, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

2 . 5 Clear. Fine. beautiful. Pleasant. coolish. Heavy. Rain in and chiefly thought last night. Continued the Drafting at 10½ am to 12¼ pm and at 4 to 5 ½ pm. walked after tea between 6½ and 9½ pm. 3½ to 4 miles. Mrs. May Lehman at office at 8 ½ pm when I went to alo. Peffer’s office with her. To bed 10 pm.

Friday, June 3, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

3 – 6 Clear. Fine. coolish. was at [al ?] j m Maylauehlim office with Mrs Mary Lehman in morning at 9 am. Cont’ the drafting at 10am to 12¾ pm any from 3 1/2 and 4 to 5½ pm.

Paid Mr Pepple in full (v Bill Recpt) for 200 segars (sp)

Got aug. 11 oct 6/83 $8.00

" do for 10 segars at this time .50

" 2lb crushed loaf sugar -- 56½ lb Macaronies 25 .81

Walked through day, chiefly in evening 2½ to 3½ miles – to bed 9½ to 10.

Saturday, June 4, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

4 – 7 clear. Fine. pleasant. cont. Drafting from 10 to 11 a.m. when we finished having drafted some 800 men more when in this 14 Dist. we Commence examination next Monday

June 4 " 7 cont’d I was at the stable at 1 pm looking after the horse. Rev. Calvin having gone gunning and my boy "Jake" have quit or left On the first " inst—

Recd. of Melsrs Ott Srger 1 Mos. Rent-due 1 inst. $12.50

" " John Hamilton 1" " " " $ 8.00

" " Mrs. Mary Sehiman to commence suit for her Hander against me Mrs Sara Ann [Adarcee] FEE $5.00

" " do do to pay suit & tax . . . $1.50

Which I h’d to [Plathy ?] Young on issuing said suit . . $1.50

Mrs. Rawn at Market this morning [opd]

2½ lbs beef 50. 2lbs butter 40. asparagus 35. Salad 4.$1.29
Fish 15. smear care 5. [?] – [?] 16. 1 doz Eggs 20..56
4 lbs brown sugar 68..68
Additional trimmings for Franny [MauFle] }
Or [barque] (v 1 inst.) }.30
$2.83

Heavy run of clients in the afternonn, [viz] Mrs. Lehman, Mr. Stewart For Middletown Council, Mr & Mrs Mahon Jr.

Paid for ½ Gal. Old Rye, at Zeiglers. $2.00

(on R.L. Muerich’s recommendation)

Attended Public Meeting in court house from 7¾ to 8½ pm on Subject of giving the "Penna Reserves" a proper reception on their arrivial From the Battle fields of the Potomac to bed 9½ to 10.

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