Sunday, February 5, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

5-1 Cloudy. Dark – very … all day – Neither Mrs. Rawn nor myself at Church Morning nor Eve [ ] - She has [ ] affection at base of nose over right eye – jam [ ] - took some liver pills in last night – children at church M + Eve – to bed 9 ½

Monday, February 6, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

6-2 Cloudy – hard frozen. But slightly softening in Mid. of day in places – Rec? of Mrs. [ ] Herman Sager 1 Mos. Rent due 1 mos. $12.50

Rec? of Chas Sooker – 1 [ ] 9.00 (this in full of his rent – but aft next.)

Paid 1 [ ] at Newark + $1.25

Paid [ ] .40

Wrote to Elias Hake new Cumberland in [ ] of Pine old Rye Rec? letter from Jacob Mill Mifflinton Juniatta Coy Feb 4 [ ] with bill which I have nothings + whatever to do with Capt Clement then for M. Made that and other hills in [ ] of Board of Eurillmii – I called on Mrs. Rulp and [ ] at 8 am. And on Mr. Burd at Lockiel House about the House of Mrs. [ ] to frus. … …

Mrs. R. sorey M.A. Nelson (cald) here at [ ] in their church Mrs. Nank Myerth here hart of evenings – W bed 9 1/2.

Tuesday, February 7, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

7-3 Cloudy. Mm 9 ½ am. h-12 ½ [ ] the Making – I appeared at Mayor’s Office at 9 ½ to 10 ½ am on behalf of African [ ] against certain [ ] Rec? of the Bearker Church Rev. Mr. R. Sorsby ( [ ]) $10.00

Paid Almond crackers + [ ] 40, [ ] 10, 1 qt. [ ] 30, [ ] 6 .86

Walked around some in afternoon and evening – [ ] all day Spent Evening at home and to bed 9 ¼ to 9 ½,

Wednesday, February 8, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

Feb. 7,8 – 4 Clear, Cloudy – from 10 muches [dark?] –

[Mr.]Calvin went to Market and found for 1 lb butter 55 – bread 10, 4 lb Beef $1.00= $1.65
at [ ] 15, Huntzerbergen 1 qt. Bruknhead meal 10 = .25
$1.90

Morning is sunny [ ] after 9 of am – Sleigh running. – Rec? letter from A.D.E. Killinger [ ] - Hanover [ ] day Feb 6. [Rec? letter from] Rev. T.C. Cattell Edgehill Feb 6. To S.H. Taylor L.L.H. another Mail spent day and morning simply at home, to bet 9 1/2.

Thursday, February 9, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

9-5 Clear – Cold – Fine Weighing –Thawing very little any where, Rec? of Johns Sarrtter 1 mos. Rent due 1 mos $15.00 (this in full of this rent – but apt next)

Pd Mes. F. Weaver Jr. (collection) Whole taxes for 1864 on my Market square [ ] there I live back to Rasberry Alley, his Check $33.00

pd … (cald) sexton of my church cleaning from Building arches at lundry (4) times $1.00

Handed daughter Fannie to go to Epis fare at Marrts Hall aft. Fants Epis. Minion ch. .25

I spent day and evening at home and h=bed 9 ¼.

Friday, February 10, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

10-6 Clear [ ] very cold. Fine Weighing. Rec? [ ] + heartedly from Mr. Charles, [ ] , 2 Gal. superior Old Monongahela Whiskey, 2 Gallons superior old Monongahela Whiskey and pd "[ ]" $1.20

This is very thoughtful and very kind of the [ ] - as he has no doubt heard of its advantage by … use in chronic affer. Times of the lungs or uniformed consumption, I believe its Moderate and normal use has been of More benefit to me then any thing else that I have taken, especially in the morning to fine heart fare – when unsiferably more hated by severe coughing and expectation. This not of course to be used continuously nor is it desired by the patient to do so when its performed its greatest good. Rec? letter from Mr. E. Froster Washington Feb 9. Rev. Mr. Mitihell called after [ ] to see us. Spent evening and home and to bed 9 ½.

Saturday, February 11, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

11-7 Clear. Fine hard frozen in morning. Thawing unconsiderably in middle of day in middle of … Weighing fine + much being done today.

Mrs. Rawn at Market and paid 6 lbs veal 75. ¼ lb beef 45$1.20
1 lb butter 1.00, 5 ½ lb soap 50, ½ peeld apples 251.75
2 qts buckwheat + meal 20, quart buttermilk 5, Mead 10.35
$3.30

at Mullins grocery 1 ½ lb white sugar 45. paid our hired girl Mary Geary present sister Juliana Rawn [ ] in full of her wages to the 10 [ ] charging her with a very large dinner dish worth now $2.75 or $3.00 and a Maller me at the same time north about 25 ch, both harken by her awkwardly and cautiously about the 18th last mo. Both put to her at $3.00. Her [ ] is last evening for 8 weeks from [ ] to $10.00. pd. her in cash $7.00. (Mr 25 cent changes against her for handing in that much over her dues) Handed to Mrs. Rawn for 2 [ ] 10, [ ] dues 20, lamps 15 = .45

I walked around through day morning and afternoon 2 ½ to 3 ½ miles. Called at 8 am at Mr. Hestons formerly Mr. Barry who lived with us 3 or 4 years together to tell July Macarry he meant to see her – home 8 ¼ to 8 ½ and to bed 9 ½ to 10.

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