Sunday, October 2, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

2-1 Rain in last night between 4 and 5 ½ P.M. 3 ½ miles onto - was at our church Morning & Evens Wife Daughter also. Mr Mitchell preached – home 8 ½ and to bed 9 1/2.

Monday, October 3, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Oct 3 ~ 2 Cloudy all day – some Rain – met Board of Enrollment morning and afternoon- cont.. Examination of drafted men – walked through day chiefly in morning before 9 ½ am. and in Evening.

Paid 7lb Beefsteak 30 3lb sugar 72 white bread 30 $1.32

Rent of Fanny [Fryalts] 1 months Rent ~ ~ ~ ~ $ 6.00

Copperhead torch light [Paverion] of men and boys

[Mullock] our next door Neighbours hung out their banner which I have no doubt that some day in [less] than two years they will ask anew to confess.

I spent evening at home and to bed at 9 ½ PM

Tuesday, October 4, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

4~3 Cloudy all day- mild- met Board of Enrollment morning and afternoon

[Ru..] of Mr Brownold 1 Mos. Rent due 1 unit$35.00
[Ru..] " Geo. Olvis 1 " " " " "$9.00
[Ru..] " Olt & Seger 1 " " " " "$12.50
[Ru..] " Jno Wolf 1 " " " " " $ 8.50
" " do. do. ~ For painting by Mr Orth at his house$ 8.50

This is on [ap] often [doth] worth of impoverment John agreed to do on the building. I spent Evening at home and to bed 9 P.M.

Wednesday, October 5, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

5-4 Cloudy-Mild-Met B.. Enrollment Moring & afternoon-

Mrs Rawn Market [and] [paid].. Beefsteak-veal-Pluck-$0.96
Sweet Potatoes-tomatoes-cider-cabbage- Bread,0.75
1lb butter 35, 2lbs sugar 60, 5 lbs coffee $2.002.95
[Mending] umbrella 35, [kirt]-lard 160.41
$5.17

Pd Hummel Killinger Bill [tumbles] [his] [ten] $11.25

[Rent] of [G.] N. Hummel for Counsel Services FER $25.00

" " Mrs Jones and [?] 1 mos Rent due 1 unit $10.00

Spent Evening at home and to bed 9 ½

Thursday, October 6, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

6-5 Cloudy-Warm- Met Board of Enrollment Morning and afternoon Handed to Wife to enclose in letter to son Jno. Calvin} in camp Carroll Baltimore ~ ~ } $3.00

walked through day morning and Evening 3 to 4 miles spent evening after walk at home and to bed 9 ½ to 10

Friday, October 7, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7-6 Clear-Fine-Pleasant drafted parts of Union County between 9 ½ and 10 ½ am. I then rode on horse back between 10 ¾ and 11 ¾ am 6 miles or so. And then met Board again to 1 P.M. Capt Hunt’ Self took some old Rye & and his invitation before dinner at Brandt Hall. Met Board again in afternoon. Attended overwhelming & extremely enthusiastic Union Meeting in the Court House from 7 to 10 PM with Mrs Rawn, Mrs Charlton, the Misses Mann & other Ladies- the Bar of the Hunt Room was crowded with ladies. Dan Dougherty Esq of Phili was the great attraction he spoke about two hours delivering one of the most thrillingly eloquent addresses. He was a few years ago a shining light among the Democratic orators. There were some other speakers but not to be named in the same century with that of Dougherty- home 10 or 10 ¼ and to bed 10 ½ to 11 P.M.

Saturday, October 8, 1864 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

8~7 Clear- Fine- Windy- Cool- Cold in Evening- Rode on horseback from 9 to 10am 5 miles or so. Met Board of Enrollment morning and afternoon Examining yesterday and toady Drafted Men of Juniatta County.

1 [Ton] of Lyken Valley [cut] coal by [Eby] [Byen]$7.25
1 " " " small Egg Coal " " $8.75
Rent of Jno Hamilton 1 Mos. Rent due 1 unit.$8.00
" " Jno. Sautter 1 Mos. " " 1 " ~ ~ $15.00

Wife to Market and I paid

[2lbs] butter 70 3lbs boiling beef 36 Beefsteak [de] 4 lbs 65$1.71
Apples 20 bread 10 cider 2qts 10.40
I paid Old Rye Brants Hale, Capt Hunt, Dr. Charlton Self " .30
$2.41

Rode my mare to my stable at 5 ¼ or 5 ½ p.m. from Lomer delivery stable where I left her after my ride this morning – I also left [her] there [yesterday] morning when I was out and old Mr Sherlock took her to my stable in Eves. I shall owe Lomer I suppose for 2 dinners for my mare. I suppose tho I believe the [Fellow] [neither] fed her today at all from the [mid] cuting when I took her to the stable. I spent Evening at home and to bed 8 ½ P.M.

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