Sunday, July 10, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

10-1 Clear warm plesant air I remained home at home all day not very well

[?] also Mr. Frisch [?] a pleasant and friendly man. Rev Mitchell of Paxton Church ministered in our church morn and eve. And the communion to bed 9 to 10

Monday, July 11, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

11-2 clear very warm walked after [?]. Met board of Enrollment morning and afternoon Rec of Mr Coleman to [?] Retaining fee 5.00

Pd [?] Mrs Rawn 5 lbs coffee 1.75

July 11-2 cont Philip [?] this son Sam. In town today - Farmer callect [?] Sam [?] Exemption over 45, there may a very layman meeting in the square[?] of [?] of getting [?] 100 men to meet the Rebels in their [?][?][?] raid into Maryland and their threatenings of Baltimore Maryland

Gov Curtin Resided. Cameron, David Hemings, Bishop, Hirnes, Fenn Made

Speeches Resolution were named to get the Com to pay a bounty of $ 50 to each

Managing in [?] evening chiefly at home and to bed 9:30 to 10

Tuesday, July 12, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

12—3 clear- fine- very warm- met board of enrollment [?][?]

Not present till 10am. Dr. G not present. Mark Brand Present at 4pm

To Mar 7 PM

Rm of M.F. Brunner 1mos. Rent-due 1 unit $20.00

Paid Mr. H. Borthick (col) Nate County relief taxes money

Property in 4 ? of the city for 1864 as follows tonight

[?] name [?] $2.50 ?$1.50 Relief $1.25=5.25

Late ? " Mrs Mary Harve " " $2.50 " 1.50" 1.25 = 5.25

Brenner late [?] " " 4.00 " 2.40 " 2.00 = 8.40

Geo Gris (col?) " " 2.50 " 1.50 " 1.25 =5.25

Lookers late ? " " 2.50 " 1.50 " 1.25 = 5.25

Geo Wolf (col?) " " 1.50 " .90 " .75 = 3.15

Dr. Bimer late [?] " " 3.00 " 1.80 " 1.50 = 6.30

Fanny Hyatts {?} Kitty Baltis " (with Alley) " 1.13 " .68 " .57 = 2.38

[?] " (" St) " 2.00 " 1.20 ‘ 1.00= 4.2

Five per [?] $45.43/2.27

Paid by check in OO Bank $43.16

I walked after ?? 7:30 or 8 and 8:30 PM 1 1/2 to 2 milks

Called between 4 and 5PM with Geo. To Rofs [???} To bed 10 PM

Wednesday, July 13, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

13 – 4 Clear- fine- pleasant- hot sun- Fred K Byers [?] In the country by ? church 4 to 5 miles from the city Geo. Hain’s Farm where J Raid their hired man ? august- in presence Of Haines wife and children ? Gal. of Old Rye Whiskey Said by the man to be 20 years old

Room of John Saulter 1mos. Rent owe the $15.00

" " Fred K. Boas Bal. of my share sale of our ? house of Promises to Isiah Minn (V14 apr last) $34.27

(V settlement as follows tonight)

Sale to Minn april 14-4 $ 115.00} ½ due Rawn 6.66

Stamp in Due 50 taxes [?][?] $ 1.68/56.80

Rawn [?] [?] of Minn apr 14 15.00/41.66

Amt Rints me? Rawn in 7 years (in his book)20.50 $41.66

Mr Boas half 10.25 7.39

Mr Boas ½ of Taxes pd Mr Rummin 1.7 years 2.86 [$34.27 Cal owe Mr R as afore said

Bal. of Rents due Boas -- $7.39

Named Mrs. Rawn [???] $5.00

Mr [?] 40 2lb butter 50 1qt apple butter 20= $1.10

½ / beans 10 2qt blackberries 20 [??}apples 10 2 / beets 10= 0.50

Squashes, cabbages, cheese, cumcumbers, 2 qts cornmeal = 0.42

Potatoes 25 Mint 10 0.35 [?] 96 1lb white ? 30 1.20

Met Board of enrollment Morning and afternoon- to bed 9:30

Thursday, July 14, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

14-5 Clear-Fine- pleasant- hot sun Mr Gafted yesterday afternoon Dr. Charlton self a supplemental [?] for Dauphin

[???] and finished this morning with

? Rc letter from Mr M Hine June [?] July 11 [??]

In reply and sent him copy of Chas Last letter of 31 May

He was a college mate of Princeton with Chas in ‘61

? letter from David Pellar? ? of his ?

Who is drafted in Perry County- walked ? some through

Day- Evening chiefly at home and to bed 9:30 to 10

Note: The next transcribed journal entry jumps to August 01, 1864.

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