Sunday, May 14, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

14-1 Clear. Fine. Pleasant. I remained at home all day. Not feeling well enough to go to church. (?) the accidental or occasional spells of coughing. Tickling cough that frequently deals or withheld me from church going in the morning-day/ Went home to bed 9 ½

Monday, May 15, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

15-2 Clear. Fine. Pleasant. Ride in Fillenny(?) at 8 ¼ am with George Laurel to Dauphin (9 miles) for (?) by me Hoke prep. He had a pleasant ride comfortable time and got home at 1 pm went afternoon to eat chiefly at home to bed 9 1/2-10.

Tuesday, May 16, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

16-3 Clear. Fine. Pleasant. Warm Sun at Sup. Court from 9 or 9 ½ am to 12 ½ pm. Spent afternoon at home till 4 pm In?. 5 Bottles of SV (?)- nine of Major Hooker tough of Franklin Co. I (?) of 1800,1 same 1864. 1 Muscatell,1 Catawba and 1(?)- nine. Then I offered to pay him for them he said he would see almost it. I (?) try it first. Daughter Fanny and self walked in afternoon and stopped at Mrs. Mary P. Beatty’s her aunts to who I handed $25.00 as she gives to [?] Tomorrow to pay G. Peacock for the port wire (Sp 8 [?]) $25.00

Spent Evening at home and to bed 9-10. (sp B. Peacock’s receipt[?] by her)

Wednesday, May 17, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

17-4 Clear. Fine. Pleasant. Was at Mayor [?] office 9 am and 9 ½ to 10 heard complaints against [?] [?] and me of mine in Roth alley among the rest. Has at [?] Ct. from 10 ½ to 12 ½. Letter to Mr. Calvin Edge hill by his mother and note by me about Mr. White controlling the question of his going to Fenton back next. My health is slightly better but is very variable coughing at night the most annoyance .

May 17-4 cont. Mrs. Rawn at market and ? 2 lbs butter $0.50

Beef steak- Calfs [?] Ham and Fish - - - - $1.30

Asparagus 4 bunches 65 Salad [?] onions and bread 30 . 95

Matches- broth- lime- Macaronies 40 .40

Paid to Mary Ann Martin by Mrs. Rawn help- - - - $3.00 ______

[?] at our church spent time in Eat where women are cleaning Mrs. Nirman $3.21

And Miss G. Hays there. Went eat at home to bed 9 1/2.

Thursday, May 18, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

18-5 Clear. Cloudy. Some rain 11 am and later. Has at church most time Mrs. F Nyeth and A Burnett [?] there. I called at Macsowards [?] umbrella at 11 ½ am. My [?] are pushing the business [?] Cleaning yesterday and to day Mary Ann Hinton assisting (10, 12 imt.) and feeling a good deal under common par today.

Pd at Killoes for Fannie for 5 hr. $1.75

Pd Mary Ann Hinton in full (10, 12) for 2 days home cleaning 2.00

Spent evening at home and to bed 9 to 10.

Friday, May 19, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

19-6 Cloudy coldish Fine comfortable Heavy rain last night

Pd. Daniel Leedy shoemakerand today all the time. I was at Old Maglauclin’s
For half sibling ruling his pair of my own against Peter K. Fisher for bal $15
Washington ([?][?]). Called in Fisher Spent evening
Farriers shoes guitars [?]at home and to bed 9 ½
In half of all demands- $1.00Mrs. Rawn at market paid 2lbs butter $0.50
He had this in his book and markedasparagus. Measure milk milk matches 2.10
It paid in lead peneil which 2 lbs white sugar 40 1.19
I don’t approve- his son was presentat home except that Rawn $3.29
I paid for quart of Peeled dried Peaches to buy paints for her claim
at Hayes-Very [?] by awful dear .45 Charley Seigle Baines $14.00
bed 9 ½ to 10
Saturday, May 20, 1865 page icon [Intro & Addenda] pdf icon [PDF]

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