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Journal of Alvin Smith of Hermon NY

Covers January 1, 1890 – June 19, 1893

 

Index of Individuals

 

 

Entry in front:

Alvin Smith, Hermon, NY

St. Law Co.

Jan 16, 1890

Purchased of G. P. Rogers

 

January 1, 1890:

James and I went to Gouverneur. 

Pair of paints:  $2.25

Sent for Plush Album and Magazine Outfit: $1.25

Reinholder: $0.25

Stamps:: $0.10

 

January 6, 1890:

Traided gloves with Lester: $0.50 – Jan 27 Paid

Eddie and I went to Hermon.  D. Booth shod cutter. De: $1.80 (Paid)

Purchased of Earl Smith 26 bottles: $0.30

 

January 7, 1890

Eddie and I went to Richville.

Four Reinholders: $1.00

Received Album.

Outfrit express: $0.80

 

January 9, 1890

Finished cuting wood for James.

Forty Cords: De. $10.00

(Jan 25 paid $5.00)

 

January 11, 1890

Drew hay for James.  Cr. $0.50

Purchased of James three saw logs:  Cr. $1.00

Borrowed of Father.  De: $5.00 (Paid)

Borrowed of Father.  De. $10.00 (Paid)

 

January 14, 1890

Eddie and I went to Hermon with loads of hay.  Received Reinholders.

 

January 15, 1890

Went to Hermon. 

Purchased of Lester 22 bottles: De: $0.35 (Jan 27 – paid)

Sold bottles to Rogers: $1.10 in traid.

One Account book: $0.40

Six pencils: $0.13

One bottle of perfume: $0.25

One box of writing paper: $0.25

 

January 16, 1890

Drew hay for James half day.  Cr: $0.25

Purchased of James wood lot, fourteen dollars per acre.

33 9/100 acres - $400.62

 

January 17, 1890

Drew hay for James half day.  Cr: $0.25

 

January 18, 1890

Went to Hermon

Satchel: $0.60

Soap receipt for James.  De: $0.53 (paid)

Colt shod D. Booth: De. $0.70 (paid)

For ironing *hang Clarren Leonard De $3.00

(Oct 1 bottle of Surup Paid, 0.50 paid)

Borrowed of Father. De: $5.00 (paid )

 

January 21, 1890

Borrowed of Father. De: $5.00 (paid)

Sent to Hafer & Co. Ohio for one doz. Bottles of cough surop.  $3.00

Register Letter: $0.14

Went to Hermon.  New spring in cart.

 

January 22, 1890

Went to Waddington with load

 

January 23, 1890

I came home.

For putting team in sheds: $0.20

Borrowed of father.  De: $25.00 (Paid)

 

January 24, 1890

Drew hay for James half day.  Cr: $0.25

 

January 25, 1890

Cut three cord of wood to bal account.  Cr: $0.75

 

January 28, 1890

Went to Hillie Crofts funeral.

One doz bottles cough surop: $1.05

Stamps: $0.90

 

January 29, 1890

Went to Waddington: $0.10

 

January 31, 1890

Anna Sick. 

Telegraph to Gorham: $0.75

 

February 3, 1890

Colt shod: $0.50

 

February 9, 1890

Went to Social: $0.50

 

February 12, 1890

Went to Social: $0.25

For Milk: $0.25

Lumber for whang: $0.30

For Ironing: $1.00

 

February 13, 1890

I came home from Waddington $0.10

 

February 15, 1890

Eddie borrowed of me: $10.00 (paid – Oct 18)

Dec 23 – Pair of Pants: $3.25

Feb 28 – For old iron: $0.68

 

February 15, 1890

Went to Hermon

Cork Screw: $0.25

Sent letter to Hafer & Co.

 

February 17, 1890

Sold pants to Lester.  $0.30

Old iron.

Sold 1 ½ Bu of oats to Stan: $0.50

 

February 18, 1890

Went to Hermon.

Tacks: $0.50

 

February 19, 1890

Bertha and I went to Waddington: $0.10

 

February 20, 1890

Went to social at Henry Parlows: $0.30

 

February 22, 1890

Straps for cutter, fills: $0.10

Candy and perfume: $0.15

Oats: $0.25

Candy: $0.10

 

February 26, 1890

Sold Plush album to Cora Wakefield.  De: $1.50 (paid)

 

February 27, 1890

Bertha and I came from Waddington: $0.10

 

Hired to W. L. McDowell two Mo-.  Thirteen doll per mo for two mo.

 

February 28, 1890

Eddie and I went to Hermon.

Teeth Filled: $0.50

Overhalls: $0.50

 

March 1, 1890

Went up to James.  Hired wood lot to John McCarty: $13.00 (Dec 6, paid)

 

March 3, 1890

I went to Waddington.  Colt shod.  $0.50

Paid Mr. Coron for Buggy: $1.50

 

March 4, 1890

Begun work for W. L. McDowell

 

March 5, 1890

Pair of shoes: $2.00

Cost Plaster: $0.50

 

March 10, 1890

Load of wood of W. L. McDowell: $0.75

 

March 12, 1890

Went to concert in church: $0.20

 

March 15, 1890

Anna Parlow Collection: $0.25

 

March 16, 1890

Grain for Colt: $0.60

 

March 19, 1890

Went to Social at Andrew Jardin.  $0.25

 

March 22, 1890

Went to Entertainment in Hall: $0.15

 

March 25, 1890

Lent W. L. McDowell: $5.00

 

March 29, 1890

Load of Hay: $5.35

A. Parlow for Straw: $1.00

One bag of Grain: $0.65

 

Account with Eddie:

June 14 – De to me: $11.79

July 3: Paid - $4.00

July I Cash to balance account: $7.79

 

April 2, 1890

Went to Social: $0.35

 

April 4, 1890

Charlton for Straw: $2.50

 

April 12, 1890

One bag of grain: $0.65

Carrie Wakefield paid me for album.  $1.50

 

April 19, 1890

Hair cut: $0.15

Pencils: $0.05

 

April 21, 1890

Rubber for pants: $0.05

 

April 25, 1890

W. L. McDowell and I went to Madrid: $0.10

 

April 28, 1890

Bag of grain for colt: $0.45

 

May 3, 1890

Anna and I came from Waddington: $0.25

Paid Lester for rubber stamp with name: $0.25

 

May 7, 1890

Went to Waddington: $0.10

 

May 8, 1890

I came home.

 

I settled with W. L. McDowell: Due - $31.00

Cash: Cr. $10.00

Paint: Cr. $15.00

Brushes: Cr. $1.00

Pair of Shoes: Cr. $2.50

Pair of Rubbers: Cr. $0.70

Pair of Fine Shirts: Cr. $1.00

Pair of Overhalls: Cr. $0.50

Sugar: Cr. $0.30

 

Clarion & I went to Hermon: $0.10

 

May 10, 1890

Eddie & I went to Hermon

 

Five lbs of Nailes to Father.  De: $0.20 (paid)

 

Two gall of Paint Oil: $0.70

Paint and oil – Conant & Beswick. De: $2.13 (Paid)

Pair of boots of Eddie: $2.15

 

May 19, 1890

Pair of shoes tapped: $0.50

 

May 21, 1890

Worked for Irving Hamilton shingling: $1.00

Worked for Irving Hamilton Shingling day & half: $1.50

 

Traided cart with Cephus Leonard for watch & Cr. $4.00

 

May 22, 1890

I traided with L. Morehouse watch & $4.00

For Skeleton: $9.50

Paid: 2.50

L. Moorehouse: De: $7.00 (paid)

June 14 – Paid $2.00

 

May 23, 1890

Sold Etheron Morehouse gloves: $0.90

 

May 24, 1890

Eddie and I went to Hermon

 

May 27, 1890

I went to Gouverneur.

Watch Key: $0.05

Felt Hat: $0.25

 

May 28, 1890

Purchased of Clara Pool

Carpenter Tools De: 8.00

June 14 – Paid. Cr. $8.00

One block plane: $0.50

 

Sold Jim Millins 20 bu of oats: $7.00

Paid: $5.00

Paid: $2.00

 

May 29, 1890

Sold Clarion six bu of oats: De $2.10 (paid July 3)

 

May 30, 1890

I went to Hermon

Excelciar: $0.05

 

Post office box: $0.15

 

June 2, 1890

Worked for Ashel Carpenter shingling at $1.00 per thou.

 

June 4, 1890

Went to Hermon

 

June 6, 1890

Shingled for A. Carpenter four days.  De: $4.30 (Paid)

 

June 7, 1890

Dick paid me for bu of potatoes: $0.75

 

June 9, 1890

Worked for A. Carpenter repairing bridge.  De: $1.00 (paid)

 

June 10, 1890

Worked for A. Carpenter repairing bridge.  De: $1.00 (paid)

 

June 11, 1890

Worked for C. Leonard building fence half day.  $0.50

 

June 12, 1890

Went to Hermon.

Pair of Pants: $1.00

 

June 14, 1890

Went to Gouverneur.  Got my tools home. 

C. Morehouse paid me: $0.25

Paid for free press: $1.00

 

June 16, 1890

Worked for Dick shingling on factory half day.  $0.50

 

June 17, 1890

Went to Hermon.

Repairing shoes: $0.10

Chalk: $0.10

 

June 21, 1890

Finished shingling for A. A. Carpenter.  Paid $10.75

 

Went to the depot after paint.  Freight: $0.85

 

June 23, 1890

Went up to James to paint his house.

 

June 27, 1890

Finished painting James house.

For paint: $8.00

Work: $5.00

Paid: $13.00

 

June 28, 1890

Went to Hermon.

Paid Conant and Beswic for paint: $2.80

Springs for fills: $0.12

Main spring in watch: $0.75

 

July 3, 1890

Colt Shod: $0.40

Anna and Em went to Wad-

July I paid: $0.50

I lent Anna $10.00 (Aug 19, Paid)

 

July 4, 1890

Lester & I went to Hermon at night

 

July 5, 1890

I finished painting our house

Six gal.  of paint: $9.00

For work: $6.00

De: $15.00 (Paid)

 

July 7, 1890

Worked for J. C. Spooner shingling: $0.75

 

July 8, 1890

Painted Skeleton

 

July 9, 1890

Comenced work for Eddie.

First week: 4 days

Second week: 5 days

Third week: 6 days

Fourth week: 6 days - $22.00 (Paid)

 

July 18, 1890

Miss Burnett & I went to Hermon.

Paid D. Booth: $5.00

Straw Hat: $0.75

Peanuts: $0.05

 

July 19, 1890

Went to Miss Burnetts picnic in the woods: $0.15

 

July 28, 1890

Bought scithe of Eddie: $0.85

 

August 5, 1890

Went to work for B. Baker Haying, 1.25 a day.

Worked 8 Ύ: Cr. $10.84 (Paid)

 

August 15, 1890

Traided watches with Schwartzman.

Paid $2.50

Two hankercief: $0.10

 

August 16, 1890

James and I went to Gouverneur

Horse Net: $1.00

Felt in Collar: $0.75

Neck tie: $0.50

 

August 19, 1890

Anna and I went to Waddington

Colt Shod: $0.25

16 lb of grain: $0.25

Cash: $0.15

Sponge: $0.15

Repairing Harness: $0.10

Give Anna: $0.50

Repairing Watch: $0.15

 

August 26, 1890

Anna and I came from Wad-: $0.20

 

August 27, 1890

Clarion and I went to Hermon

Saws filed: $0.50

Repairing shoes: $0.25

 

August 23, 1890

Pair of pants made to order, T. Martin & son: $5.00

 

August 27, 1890

Eddie borrowed of me: De: $1.00 (Paid)

 

August 29, 1890

Worked for Eddie half day: De: $0.50

 

Sold Eddie five cords of wood, 85cts cold: De: $4.25

 

September 1, 1890

Worked for B. Baker harvesting 1.12 ½ per day, 3 days & half.  Paid $3.85

 

September 11, 1890

Worked for Eddie thrashing.  De: $0.50

Worked for Clarion thrashing.  De: $0.50 (Paid)

Bought nails for James.  De: $1.34 (paid)

Went to Hermon

Bag of Grain: $0.25

 

September 12, 1890

Worked for James on graining two days.  De: $2.00 (Paid)

Traided skeleton for buggy with James.  Difference; De: $15.00 (Paid)

 

September 15, 1890

Worked for James Graining.  De: $2.00 (Paid)

 

September 17, 1890

Eddie paid me: $5.00

Alfred and I went to Canton fair.  Paid cash: $5.00

 

September 18, 1890

Alfred and I went to Waddington:

 

September 24, 1890

I bought lap robe of Jennie Tailor.  $4.00

 

September 25, 1890

Mother and I came from Wad-

 

September 26, 1890

Worked for James on graining half day.  De: $0.50 (Paid)

 

September 29, 1890

Eddie and I went to Waddington after load of wood.

 

September 30, 1890

We came home.  $0.25

 

October 1, 1890

Went to Hermon

Paid D. Booth: $5.00

 

October 2, 1890

Worked for James on graining.  De: $0.75 (Paid)

 

October 3, 1890

Alfred and I went to Hermon

 

October 4, 1890

We all went to Gouverneur.  $0.25

 

October 6, 1890

Alfred went back to Mexico.  I bought his shoes.  $2.00

 

October 7, 1890

Worked for Mr. Gates on Mrs. Clark’s barn one day & Ύ.  De: $1.75 (Paid)

 

October 8, 1890

Worked for Mr. Gates day and half.  De: $1.50 (Paid)

 

October 11, 1890

Went to Hermon.

Pair of Gloves: $0.85

 

October 13, 1890

Worked for Mr. Gates building hog pen five days.  De: $5.00 (Paid)

Paid Sherman Gates.  $0.25

 

October 20, 1890

Worked on Mrs. Gardner’s barn.  Two Ύ days.  $2.75 (Paid)

 

October 23, 1890

Worked for Wm Haile shingling.  One dollar thou.  $1.00

 

October 25, 1890

Worked for Wm Haile shingling.  $1.25

 

October 27, 1890

Worked for Wm Haile shingling:  $1.22

 

October 28, 1890

Our folks went to Hermon to live.

Salts & Oil: $0.15

Traided gloves with Dick, got: $0.15

Sold gun to Web Haile.  De: $0.75 (Paid)

 

October 29, 1890

Worked for James on Grainery.  De: $0.75 (Paid)

 

October 30, 1890

Worked for James on Hen House.  $0.75

 

October 31, 1890

Worked for James on Hen House: $0.75 (Paid)

 

October 29, 1890

James drew load of wood to Hermon.  $1.00 (Paid)

 

November 1, 1890

Worked for Clarion Plowing.  De: $0.75 (Paid)

 

November 3, 1890

Went to DeKalb after Mrs. Richie to survey wood lot.  De: $1.50 (Paid)

 

November 4, 1890

Election at B. Baker’s.  I was poll clerk to call.  De: $4.00 (Paid)

 

November 5, 1890

Surveys wood lot

 

November 6, 1890

Went to Hermon.  Bought bedstead and dressing case of Wm Green.  Paid five cord of wood, Cash: $0.25 (Paid)

 

November 7, 1890

Hiard Ted & Frank Stevens to saw twenty five cord of wood, 30cts per cord.

 

November 10, 1890

Worked for James repairing farm.  De: $0.75 (Paid)

 

November 13, 1890

I went to Gouverneur on train.  $0.25

 

November 14, 1890

Worked for Walter on his house.  $1.00

 

November 15, 1890

Half day.  $0.50

 

November 17, 1890

One *ar.  $1.00

One pair of wrappers. $0.62

Screw-wrench: $0.25

Writing paper: $0.25

 

November 18, 1890

Worked half day.  $0.50

 

November 19, 1890

One Day: $1.00

Pen Knife: $0.15

 

November 20, 1890

I came home on train.  $0.25

For Work: Total - $4.00

Bought grain of Walter 2.76 lbs, $1.10 per Hu***  $3.03

Bought his ax: $1.25

Total: $4.28

De: $0.28 (paid)

 

November 21, 1890

James drew load of wood to father.  Paid: $1.00

Father De: $0.75 (Paid)

 

November 22, 1890

I went to Hermon. 

Colt shod: $0.50

 

November 26, 1890

Paid Frank and Ted Stevens for sawing 25 cords of wood: $7.50

 

November 28, 1890

James and I went to Hermon. 

Frock.  $0.62

Mending Overshoes: $0.25

 

December 4, 1890

Sold James cord of wood: $1.00

 

December 5, 1890

Sold wood to James in tree.  $2.00

I went to Gouverneur.

Paid Walter for Grain: $1.93

 

December 6, 1890

Paid Mr. Morse for Minister.  $2.00

John McArty paid for pasture.  $13.00

Paid Earl for cards: $0.15

 

December 8, 1890

Went to Hermon.

Cash: $0.20

Worked for Mr. Gates killing hogs.  Bought cutter of Frank. $0.25

 

December 12, 1890

Sold Cina Powell Album: $0.75

 

December 13, 1890

Pumping fee of Sarada: $0.05

 

December 14, 1890

Collection at Church: $0.10

 

December 15, 1890

Sold John Stevens school wood: $1.80

One man saw: $1.65

File: $0.15

Filing Saw: $0.30

 

December 18, 1890

Bought watch of Earl: $0.15

 

December 20, 1890

Sold watch to Lester: $5.00

Paid: $1.00

De: $4.00 (paid)

 

December 21, 1890

For work: Cr. $0.50

For work: Cr. 2.50

 

December 22, 1890

Went to Hermon.  Cleaning Watch: $0.75

Sold watch to William John’s: $0.75

Eddie paid me for work: $11.05

 

December 24, 1890

Went to Hermon with load of wood for Mr. Greene.  2 Ό cord, Ό cord old acct.  $5.00 Traided for Sec.

For oysters: $0.15

 

December 26, 1890

Paid Frank and Ted Stevens for sawing 27 cords of wood 30 ct cord.  $8.10

 

December 28, 1890

Eddie paid me for work: $2.60

De: $3.00 (Paid)

 

December 29, 1890

James and I went to Gouverneur. 

Paid Interest: $27.72

Paid on principle: $35.00

 

Traided wood with father for Quarter of Beef, 78 lbs, 5 cts/lb;  $3.90

For wood: $4.75

Father De: to me. $0.85

 

ACCOUNT FOR 1890

Amount of money paid out: $128.24

Amount of money received: $207.63

Amount of money received for labor; $108.24

 

October 14th, 1889:

Father borrowed $75.00 of me.

I bought Cutter: $10.00

Jan 23 – Father paid me $50.00

Father De to me: $15.00

Oct 1891: Paid

 

January 1, 1891

Went to Hermon. 

Secretary of Wm Green paid 2 ½ cords of wood: $5.00

 

January 12, 1891

For framing three pictures Wm Green – De: $3.65

 

January 14, 1891

Drew three oak logs for Mr. Green

Drew logs to Marshville 386 ft, Sawing: $0.75

 

January 23, 1891

Went to Donation at E. Deweys: $0.50

Drew logs to Marshvill.  Elm plank,  800 ft: De:

Canvassing outfit Gay Bros.: $1.50

 

Sold B. Newell 35 cords of wood, $1.50 per cord.

Paid James $0.50 for drawing.

 

January 24, 1891

John Stevens paid for Elm Tree: $0.75

James drew twenty four cords of wood to factory.  De: $12.00

Paid (June 21)

 

February 5, 1891

Sold Eddie three saw logs.  De: $0.75

 

February 8, 1891

Sold Eddie Basswood tree: De: $1.50

 

Feb 27-Mar 6, 1891

Sold Eddie load of ash poles: De: $0.60

Worked for Eddie De: $1.75

Repairing Shoes: Cr: $0.35

To Eddie – Cr. $2.00

Cr. $1.00

Cash to Balance: $2.95

 

March 6, 1891

Went to Hermon to School Exhabition: $0.15

Worked for Eddie ten days for cart

 

March 7, 1891

Borrowed of Father: $5.00 (paid April 26)

 

March 12, 1891

Subpoena in lawsuit for Gorham: $0.25

For nails and iron of G. W. Popple: $0.85

Hiard to Wm Haile for six mo $20 per mo

 

March 16, 1891

Begun work for Wm Haile

 

March 19, 1891

Web Haile and I went to Depot.  Cash: $0.15

Paid Mr. Hatch saw bill: $2.35

Pair of boots: $2.00

 

April 5, 1891

One pair of Overalls: $0.77

 

April 13, 1891

One pair of gloves: $0.25

One box of vint ment $0.25

 

April 16, 1891

One box writing paper: $0.25

Paid Dick for wood $2.25

 

Money received of Wm Haile for work:

April 18:

By Cash: $2.00

April 26:

By Cash: $5.00

May 6:

By Cash: $5.00

May 16:

By Cash: $3.00

 

May 6, 1891

Went to Hermon

Shirts and Wrappers: $2.50

Sent Letter to England; $0.05

For Card: $0.10

Web Haile: $0.15

 

May 18, 1891

One pair of suppensers: $0.25

Neck Tie: $0.25

Cigar: $0.10

Neck tie pin: $0.35

Sent Dick: $3.00 (Paid)

 

June 1, 1891

Colt shod: $0.50

Cash: $0.10

 

June 12, 1891

Web & I went to Richville: $0.10

 

June 8, 1891

Bought horse of Albert Thornhill: De: $100.25

 

June 17, 1891

Paid $5.00

Sold satchel to Sam: $0.75

 

June 18, 1891

Received of J. B. Newell: $20.25

 

June 20, 1891

Sent Dick: $1.50 (July 19, Paid $1.00)

 

June 25, 1891

Colt Shod: $0.50

 

July 12, 1891

Received of J. B. Newell: $30.00

 

July 17, 1891

Nettie Streeter and I went to Hermon $.015

 

July 18, 1891

Repairing boots and shoes: $1.00

 

July 25, 1891

Dick & I went to DeKalb to caucus: $0.10

Hair Cut: $0.20

 

August 2, 1891

Angelia Keyes and I went to Gouverneur

 

August 5, 1891

Pair of Suppenders: $0.30

 

August 9, 1891

Paid for church steps: $0.50

 

August 13, 1891

Horse shod: $0.50

Social: $0.30

Repairing watch: $0.50

Screw wrench: $0.50

Received of H. W. Williams: $3.00

Candy: $0.15

 

August 29, 1891

Went to Richville

Collar & Neck tie: $0.60

Sponge: $0.15

Candy: $0.05

Bottle of Arnica oil: $0.50

 

September 12, 1891

Finished work for W. H. Haile. 

Due: $100/.500 (Oct 8 – paid)

 

September 14, 1891

Went to Richville

Colt shod: $0.75

Halter: $0.50

Repairing Harness: $0.75

Received of N. P. Holland for plank: $0.75

 

September 15, 1891

Went to Gouverneur

 

Repairing neck yoke and straps: $1.25

Sicte* straps: $0.75

To Kindle: (total): $2.00 (paid)

 

September 17, 1891

I went to Waddington for hay & grain: $0.55

Bought bufflow coat of Anna Parlow: $8.00

 

September 18, 1891

Libbie Graves, Nell and I went to social: $0.80

Paid Jennie Taylor for repairing overcoat: $0.45

 

September 21, 1891

I came home from Waddington

 

September 22, 1891

Mending tug: $0.25

 

Worked for Ashel Carpenter painting house: $4.50 (paid)

 

September 26, 1891

Dick and I went to Hermon

Cash: $0.15

 

Received of Allen Rosenbarker for Album: $1.50

 

September 29, 1891

Worked for W. H. Haile last time day ½

 

September 30, 1891

Worked for Dick half day: $0.50

Worked for Dick half day: $0.50

(Paid)

 

October 1, 1891

Worked for N.P. Holland thrashing.  $1.00 (paid)

 

October 2, 1891

Worked for W. H. Haile thrashing.  $0.75 (paid)

 

October 3, 1891

Worked for Eddie half day: De: $0.50 (paid)

Bought one hundred bu of oats of Agnes Parker 25 ct per bu: $25.00 (Oct 26 – Paid)

Traided house nets with Oliver Haistings (Paid 0.25)

 

October 5, 1891

Worked for Clarion thrashing.  $0.50

 

October 6, 1891

Worked for James thrashing.  $0.75

Went to Richville

Repairing harness: $0.50

Snaps:  $0.10

Buggy Washers: $0.15

 

Borrowed of Father: $10.00 to pay for oats.

(July 26 – paid lumber in hog pen - $10.00)

 

October 8, 1891

Settled with W. H. Haile: Paid 100/500

 

October 9, 1891

Went to Hermon to mill grinding: $0.28

Paid to Mr. Green: $1.25

Received of J. B. Newell to account: $2.25

 

October 10, 1891

Got my horse of Albert Thornhill: Paid $70.00

Give note of $50.00 (September 12, 1892 – paid)

Went to Richville

Mending tug: $0.20

 

October 12, 1891

Drew load of wood to Richville

 

October 13, 1891

Drew load of wood to Richville

Horse shod: $1.50

Sweat pack for collars: $1.20 (paid)

 

October 14, 1891

Drew load of wood to Richville

Axel Greese: $0.10

Pair rubbers: $0.50

Recied of Clarion for plank: $0.80

 

October 15, 1891

Drew two load of wood to Richville

 

October 16, 1891

Drew one load of wood to Richville

Bought plow of John Spooner.  Paid $9.00 (due July 1, 92 – Paid June 27)

 

October 17, 1891

Drew load of wood to Richville

Drew three thou shingle home for A. Carpenter: De: $0.50 (Paid)

 

October 19, 1891

Drew load of wood to Richville

 

October 20, 1891

Worked for Eddie two days, 2 ½ bu of barley.

 

October 23, 1891

Drew two cords of wood to Dick: $3.00

 

October 24, 1891

Worked for Will Jones thrashing.  $0.75

 

October 26, 1891

Drew load of wood to Richville: Cr: $2.40

R. Kindel for wood: $18.65

By Cash: Cr: $5.00

One pair of Blankets: $3.25

Brush: $0.40

 

October 30, 1891

Bought rain barrel of James: $0.75 (paid)

 

October 31, 1891

Went to Hermon to mill grinding.  $0.28

Pair of mittens: $1.00

Sent letter to Alfred

 

November 3, 1891

Went to Hermon to election

Repairing buffalow coat: $2.75

Butter collar: $0.25

Butter Tub: $0.25

Floor Paint: $0.25

 

November 6, 1891

Went to the depot. 

Carosine: $0.12

 

November 8, 1891

Paid Anna for papering: $1.50

 

November 9, 1891

Bertha Ware begun work.

 

November 12, 1891

Went to Gouverneur.

Sold tub of butter, 21 ct 31 lb: $6.50

 

Repairing watch: $1.00

Butter tub: $0.25

Repairing fill straps: $0.20

Twenty lb of sugar: $1.00

 

November 15, 1891

Paid Minister: $2.00

Half hog of Clarion: $5.00 (July 26 – Paid)

 

November 20, 1891

Clarion & I went to Hermon.

Sold tub of butter: .20 ct 30 lb: $6.00

 

Order suit of cloths: $20.00

One butter tub: $0.25

Potash: $0.12

Knob & glass: $0.18

Glass lamp: $0.18

Two gall of carocine: $0.30

Sack of flour: $0.75

Total: $1.68

Taping Bertha shoes: $0.40

 

November 25, 1891

Went to Gouverneur

Sold tub of butter 21 ct, 31 lb: $6.50

 

Window Shades: $1.00

Plush cap: $2.50

Pair of drawers: $1.00

Comb: $0.10

Hitching in sheets: $0.10

 

November 28, 1891

Aldelna & I went to social at C. Carrons: $0.25

 

November 30, 1891

Butter tub: $0.25

 

December 1, 1891

Traided buggy with Clarence for wagon – Even

 

December 2, 1891

One pair of sled runners of A. B. Richardson: $0.50

Six pullits of Clarion: $1.20

Carrying hogs to Gouverneur: Cr: $0.50

Bag of salt: Cr: $0.65

Beams for sled of Clarion – Paid

 

December 3, 1891

Went to Gouv.

Sold tub of butter 0.29 lb 21 ct: $6.00

School tax apr wood lot: $0.53

John McCarty paid for pasture: $15.00

Cigars: $0.15

Got my harness home

 

 December 4, 1891

Went to Hermon to mill grinding: $0.30

Suit of cloths: $20.00

 

December 5, 1891

Paid Bertha Ware for work $5.50

 

December 8, 1891

Pair of felt boots: $2.25

 

December 11, 1891

James plowed for me

 

December 12, 1891

Give note of fifty doll. To Phineaus Steavens due one year from date (paid Dec 13, 1892)

 

December 14, 1891

James plowed for me.

 

December 16, 1891

Paid Bertha Leonard for work: $2.00

 

December 17, 1891

Dell & I went to Gouverneur

Brush broom case: $1.00

Hair tin: $0.25

Horses shod: $2.00

 

December 19, 1891

Went to Hermon

Shacle irons: $0.50

Butter tub: $0.25

Filing saw: $0.25

Cloths basket: $0.75

 

December 24, 1891

Went to Gouv.

Sold tub of butter 32 lb 19 cts: $6.08

Stove: $22.00

Hardware good: $8.50

 

December 25, 1891

Paid Clarion: $0.75

 

December 28, 1891

Went to Hermon

Groceries: $2..50

Sack of flour: $1.50

Tooth pix holder: $0.10

Peper & salt box: $0.20

Paid tax on wood lot: $1.30

 

December 30, 1891

Married.  $5.00

Telephone. $0.25

 

Account for 1891

Amount of money paid out: $299.00

Amount of money received: $250.00

 

January 1, 1892

Went to Hermon

Crockery and Groceries: $5.65

Gloves: $1.00

Tins & Hooks: $0.30

 

January 6, 1892

Paid Interest $25.65

Butter tub: $0.25

 

January 9, 1892

Went to Gouverneur

Sold tub of butter 19lb 19 ct: $3.42

Starch & Soap: $0.30

Shawl & Muff: $3.00

Clock: $4.50

 

Twenty bu of oats of Eddie: $7.00 (July 16 – Paid)

 

January 12, 1892

Drew two loads of wood to Richville: $6.25

Paid Mr. Kindle: $5.00 (de: $1.75 – paid Aug 3)

 

January 15, 1892

Went to Hermon

Pair of Shears: $0.65

Farm Journal: $0.35

Farm Journal: $0.35

Farm Journal: $0.35

 

January 23, 1892

Went to Hermon to mill grinding & meal: $0.70

Spruce lumber: $0.40

Kerocine: $0.30

Hardware: $0.15

Dry Goods: $0.70

Total: $2.25

 

February 1, 1892

Went to Hermon

Sack of Flour: $1.40

Sugar: $1.00

Lanturn globe: $0.10

Total: $2.50

 

Extension Table: $6.00

Six chairs: $4.00

Wm Green – De: $10.00 (June 18 – paid)

 

February 2, 1892

Drew two load of logs to Marshville for James

 

February 3, 1892

Worked for James drawing logs Cr: $1.25 (paid)

 

February 9, 1892

Went to Hermon town meeting

One lb of rasins: $0.12

One pair of stockines: $0.25

 

February 10. 1892

Donation at Web Parkers: $1.00

 

February 16, 1892

Went to Richville

Repairing cutter: $0.15

Repairing harness: $0.25

 

February 19, 1892

Went to Hermon

Pair of rubbers: $1.40

Groceries: $0.85

 

Amount of money paid George Burnett:

Mar 1: Paid - $2.00

Mar 30: Cigar Holder - $0.15

Apr 9:  $2.00

May 3: 13 lb of veal: - $0.65

May 3: Pair of boots - $1.00

May 21: Can peaches - $0.50

May 30: $1.00

May 31: $5.00

June 8: Jack Knife - $0.40

June 22: Straw Hat: - $0.25

June 27: Paid Harney: -$3.40

July 4: $1.00

July 30: Paid Clarion: - $4.50

Total: $21.85

 

Paid Lester: $2.00

 

Lost Time:

1 Day

3 Day

2 ½ Day

 

March 1, 1892

Went to Richville: $0.32

Horses Shod: $0.95

 

March 5, 1892

Went to Hermon

Bran: $1.27

Sack of Flour: $1.40

Lb of rasins: $0.10

Filing saw: $0.35

Total: $3.12

 

March 15, 1892

Purchased of N. P. Holland pair pigs: $12.00 (Apr 18 – paid $6.00, June 17 – paid $6.00)

 

March 16, 1892

Borrowed of Father $10.00

Went to Gouverneur

8.25 lbs of grain: $9.90 (July 26 – paid 10.00)

 

March 17, 1892

Went to Hermon to mill grinding: $0.28

Five milk pails: $1.25

One doz pans: $2.25

Small pan: $0.25

Sap spouts: $0.25

G. W. Popple (July 2 – paid)

 

20 lb of sugar: $1.00

Butter collar: $0.40

Butter tub: $0.20

Mollasses: $0.13

J.B. Ryle $1.73 (July 2 – Paid)

 

March 26, 1892

Went to Hermon

Pair of rubber boots of F. Johns: $2.40

Bag of meal: $1.00

 

Bag of salt: $0.25

Thermometer: $0.25

G. W. Popple: $0.50 (July 2 – paid)

 

Ginger & Soda: $0.20

 

March 30, 1892

Drawing old house over for Eddie: Cr: $2.00

 

Sled length wood.  Cr: $2.50

George work 6 day: Cr: $1.50

Farm Journal: $0.35

Total Cr: $6.35

 

George worked day half: $0.37

Total: $6.72

 

April 1, 1892

Clarion & I went to Gouverneur

Sold Tub of butter 19 lb 21 ct: $4.00

One shovel; $0.50

Butter tub: $0.25

Sack flour: $1.30

 

April 3, 1892

Signed for missionary: Cr: $0.50

 

April 8, 1892

Went to Hermon

Sold tub butter 31 lb 17 ct: $5.27

Two hundred meal: $2.30

Butter tub: $0.25

Lb coffee: $0.30

Seven milk pans: $1.25

Total:  $4.10

Caster oil: $0.15

Total: $4.25

 

April 9, 1892

Paid Minister: $0.50

 

April 12, 1892

Sold calf to E. Johnson: $4.75

 

April 13, 1892

Worked for Dick: $1.00

Quart paint: Cr. $0.25 (paid)

One bacon skin $0.50

 

April 15, 1892

Went to Hermon

Sold tub of butter 38 lb, 18 ct: $6.84

Two lb tea: $0.70

Two lb raisins: $0.25

Grinding: $0.38

 

April 18, 1892

Went to Richville

Repairing wagon - $1.00

Bag salt: $0.60

 

April 19, 1892

Two gall molassas for Dick: De. $1.30 (June 19 Paid)

 

April 20, 1892

One butter tub $0.25

Sold paint to Clarion: Cr. $0.25

George work: Cr. $0.25

Total: $0.50

 

Bargained with Will Jones to Draw milk for watch: $12.00

Furnishing and making milk wagon bottom: $2.00

 

April 22, 1892

Bought watch of Eddie Calf. $3.00

Cash: $6.00

Total: $9.00 (July 16, paid)

 

Purchased of Spooner & Wiser spring tooth harrow $15.00

Cash paid: $5.00

June 11 paid: $10.00

 

Went to Hermon

Sold tub of butter, 38 lb, 17 cts: $6.46

Box matches: $0.50

Gardin seeds: $0.25

 

April 23, 1892

Sold John Nash two Calvs $4.50

 

April 26, 1892

Went to Richville

Sold four bacon hides: $2.00

138 lbs feed: $1.48

Sack flour: $1.50

Half bu grass seed: $1.00

Cloves seed: $0.18

Milk straps: $0.50

Chalk line: $0.10

Total: $4.66

 

May 3, 1892

Went to Richville

139 lb feed $1.52

Sold veal calf: $3.54

 

May 5, 1892

Traided wagon springs to Clarion $2.25 (paid)

 

May 9, 1892

Sold veal skin $0.65

Repairing springs & clip: $0.25

Fifty lb calf feed: $0.70

 

May 11, 1892

Traided wagon with H. W. Williams for Skelton got bout $3.00

 

Sold set of bits to Clarion: $1.50 (paid)

 

Bought gall. of paint of Dick: Cr. $1.00

Three lb rice: $0.21

 

May 13, 1892

Clarion and I went to Hermon to mill grinding $0.20

35 lb bran $0.40

Sack flour: $1.35

Total: $1.95

 

Lumber for wagon box $0.90

One oz rhubarb: $0.20

Two balls yarn: $0.15

Fr. lb. Cram tarter: $0.50

One gall paint oil: $0.60

Half gall floor paint; $0.65

* gall He * $0.10

Pea nuts: $0.05

$3.15

$1.95

$5.10 (total)

 

May 18, 1892

Went to Richville

Hat for Belle: $2.75

One peck grass seed: $0.50

One peck corn: $0.40

1 lb sweet corn: $0.10

Five lb rought nails: 0.80

Total: $3.83

 

May 23, 1892

Went to Richville

Daisy sh**d

One oz carbolic acid: $0.10

Half lb lamp black: $0.15

Bolts: $0.05

115 lb feed: $1.32

Total: $1.62

 

May 27, 1892

Went to Hermon

One set of bits

G. W. Popple $3.00 (paid July 2)

Five lb sugar $0.25

Half lb mustard: $0.20

One frock & overhalls: $1.25

Tacks: $0.05

Paper * $0.05

 

June 1, 1892

One aireator of H. Fairbanks: $1.00

 

June 3, 1892

Lester worked for me spliting wood $0.75

School tax on wood lot: $0.48

Clothes bars: $0.50

Total: $2.73

 

June 4, 1892

Went to Hermon to mill grinding & bran: $1.00

 

Nails & window screen: $0.61

One hoe: $0.30

Qt floor paint: $0.35

Two oz camphor: $0.10

Five yd calico: $0.35

Total: $2.73

 

June 7, 1892

Two boat plank of James: $0.75

 

June 10, 1892

School Tax: $0.91

 

June 11, 1892

Went to Hermon:

Pig Feed: $1.80

Sack Flour: $1.40

Mustard: $0.10

Screen doors: $2.50 (paid)

Nails five lbs: $0.15

Hinges: $0.25

Paris Green: $0.15

Totals: $3.85

 

Went to Richville

Shade bolts: $0.10

Paid Spooner & Wiser for barrow: $10.00

Paid Mrs. Collins: $0.30

Post office box: $0.20

 

June 15, 1892

Pound coffee: $0.25

 

June 18, 1892

Went to Hermon

Springs & matress

Wm Green: $8.00 (paid July 30)

 

Thread, nutmeg: $0.18

Two lb. Raisins: $0.25

One pair shirts: $1.00

 

June 23, 1892

One bag salt: $0.65

One straw hat: $0.25

 

June 25, 1892

Went to Hermon

37 lb bran: $0.40

Paid Ed Cheney repairing skeleton: $2.50

Exal stalk: $0.50

3 lbs rice: $0.25

Ό lb mustard: $0.10

quart paint oil: $0.30

pint machine oil: $0.10

cod fish: $0.13

6 lemons: $0.15

18 glass cans: $1.40

2 knobs & screen $0.15

Total: $5.58

 

June 27, 1892:

Went to Richville

Ten lb of nails: $0.25

Springs for fille: $0.10

Corn starch: $0.10

 

Pump & Sink: $2.50

Drilling hole in sink: $0.75

Tin Flue in sink: $0.15

J. Jones for sinter rep. $3.00

H. Jones sistern hoops: $2.00

F. Wiser for galv pipe: $2.20

Valves in pump: $0.25

Bolts: $0.06

Total: $10.91 (Father paid $10.00)

Paid Lester: $0.50

Paid J. B. Gates: $0.75

Conductor Pipe: $4.00

Total: $15.16

 

July 2, 1892

Went to Hermon

Paid Popple: $7.50

Paid Ryle & Conkey: $1.73

Paid Johns & brows: $2.40

Paid: $11.63

 

20 lb sugar: $1.00

Scythe stone: $1.0

Wrench: $0.35

 

July 4, 1892

Went to Richvill

Sack flour: $1.35

Leading cow to Depot: Cr. $0.50

 

July 7, 1892

Went to Richville

One rake: $0.28

One scythe: $0.45

One fork: $0.30

One Scythe stone: $0.08

Total: $1.11

 

July 9, 1892

We went to Gouverneur

Dress for Dell: $5.00

One pair rubbers: $0.35

Mustard Dish: $0.09

Six qt cans: $0.30

Horse in sheels: $0.10

Total: $5.89

 

One set of  swet pads to Clarion: $1.00 (paid)

 

July 14, 1892

Went to Richville

Grinding bag oats: $0.08

Horse shod: $1.00

Scythe: $0.40

Qt oil: $0.10

Repairing collor: $0.15

 

July 16, 1892

Went to Hermon

Sack flour: $1.40

70 lb shorts: $0.77

10 lb nails: $0.30

Paid Dan Booth for blacksmith $3.45

Cash to bal. Acct.

 

July 21, 1892

Sold to John Nash two pigs: Cash - $16.00

Straw Hat: $0.25

 

July 23, 1892

Paid Will Jones for work in haying $1.50

 

July 29, 1892

13 lb beef: $0.35

 

July 30, 1892

Went to Hermon

Two lb raisins: $0.25

One lb coffee $0.30

One lb sold $0.05

Six lemons $0.15

One bottle sarvens oil linament: $0.25

77 lb pig feed: $0.77

 

July 31, 1892

Coll at church: $0.25

 

August 1, 1892

Dress Trimming: $0.35

One pig of Clark: $1.50

Cover for milk can: $0.75

Paid Clara Collins for dress making: $1.00

Went to Richville

Scythe and rivetts $0.45

 

August 5, 1892

One pig of Clarion: $2.00

Clarion paid me for work in haying: $3.00

 

August 6, 1892

Worked for Henry Fairbanks in haying: $5.50

Paid Eddie for work: $0.25

 

August 9, 1892

Went to Richville

Scythe $0.30

50 lb meal: $0.65

Repairing Harness: $0.35

One gal Carocine: $0.10

Total: $1.40

 

August 13, 1892

Went to Hermon to mill grinding and feed: $2.28

Two jars: $0.90

Corn Starch: $0.10

Qt tar: $0.15

Can Paint: $0.45

Total: $3.88

 

Paid Father on rent: $50.00

Paid F. C. Louks for two gards: $1.15

 

August 18, 1892

6 lb beef: $0.33

Half bu. Apples: $0.15

 

August 19, 1892

Went to Depot

Three lb rice: $0.21

Half doz lemons: $0.15

Qt lb mustard: $0.10

 

August 22, 1892

Sold hat to Lewie Besaw: $0.50

 

Went to Richville

Paid Henry Jones $5.00

Sack flour: $1.25

Overhalls: $0.50

Meat: $0.25

Cash: $0.25

Total: $7.25

 

August 24, 1892

Went to Depot

Overhalls: $0.75

 

August 26, 1892

Paid Henry Williams for sink & pump: $2.50

Drilling hole in sink: $0.75

Pair stockings: $0.15

Bag salt: $0.65

Total: $4.05

 

August 27, 1892

Went to Hermon

18 lb sugar: $1.00

9 qu. Raspberies: $0.75

Yarn & Crochet hook: $0.23

Spool thread: $0.08

Paid Doc Northrop: $0.50

 

August 28, 1892

Sold Lewis Besaw  pair pants: $2.00

 

Worked for Amos Hamblin in harvesting three days: $3.37 (Nov 5, paid)

 

September 2, 1892

Went to Richville

Nell Shod: $0.50

Halter of Ralph Kindell: $1.25

Neck yoke straps

One Auger 1 Ύ: $0.65

One Auger handle: $0.25

 

September 6, 1892

Load Lumber: $2.00

 

September 8, 1892

Went to Hermon

Pig Feed: $1.43

Corn Cutter: $0.20

Mustard: $0.10

Molasses: $0.10

Cinnimun: $0.10

 

September 10, 1892

Sold colt to Albert Thornhill, $20.00

Bought two pigs: $5.00

 

September 15, 1892

Sold pig to S. McClure 6 ½ ct, 146 lb: $9.50

Paid J. Jones for repairing sistern: $5.00

Paid to F. Wiser for galvanised pipe: $2.20

Paid Lester for work digging for sistern: $0.50

 

September 17, 1892

Went to Hermon

Bag Pig Feed: $1.00

Cleaning watch: $1.00

One pair shoes: $1.75

Two gal jar: $0.25

18 lb sugar: $1.00

Thread & matches: $0.10

Pen & screws: $0.15

Sack flour: $1.35

Two valves in sistern pump: $0.25

Bolts: $0.07

6 pint cans: $0.38

Total: $7.30

 

September 18, 1892

Collection at church: $0.25

 

September 21, 1892

Went to Hermon

J. B. Gates put conductor pipe on house: $4.00

 

Half lb Cinnimum: $0.10

Qu lb cloves: $0.08

Qu lb mustard: $0.10

19 lb sugar: $1.00

 

September 22, 1892

Went to Richville

Sold L. McClure pig, 142 lb, 6 ½ ct: $9.29

Horse shod: $0.60

 

September 26, 1892

Sold Clarion qt paint: $0.20

 

September 30, 1892

Went to Richville

Ten lb nails: $0.25

Gal Carocine: $0.15

Pint terpintine: $0.10

 

October 1, 1892

Went to Richville

55 lb bran & meal: $0.65

Bottom in boiler: $0.75

 

October 4, 1892

Went to Hermon

For Insurance: $1.25

For Groceries: $1.12

Paid Dr. Northrop: $0.25

Total: $2.62

 

October 5, 1892

Paid Milton Keen for thrashing 167 bu: $4.00

For help in thrashing: $1.50

 

October 6, 1892

For two days work in road: Cr. $3.00

Paid Eddie for work: $1.00

 

October 8, 1892

Went to Richville to mill grinding & meal: $1.05

Two lb rought nails: $0.08

One lb white led: $0.10

One hand pi** to lines of Kindle: $0.50 (Oct 17, paid)

 

October 11, 1892

Two bu apples of James: $0.50

 

October 14, 1892

Worked for W. H. Haile shingling three days: Cr. $3.00

 

October 15, 1892

Went to Hermon

Planning lumber: $0.50

Half fellow in wheel: $0.90

18 lb sugar: $1.00

Pair gloves: $0.75

Two qt molasses: $0.20

Stove blacking: $0.10

Potato knife: $0.10

Pair shoes for Dell: $1.50

Pair shirts: $2.00

Dress steels & fly paper: $0.25

Total: $7.00

 

October 17, 1892

Twenty lb honey of Eddie: $2.00

Six bags: $0.50

Cr: $2.50

 

Seven bu of apples of Mr. Clark: $2.25

Went to Richville

Paid Mr. Kindle: $2.25

Total: $4.50

 

October 21, 1892

Worked putting seats in school house day half: Cr. $1.75 (paid)

 

October 25, 1892

Worked on road day half. Cr. $3.00 (paid)

 

October 26, 1892

Went to Richville

One spoke setting tire. $0.50

One shovel: $0.25

17 lb sugar: $1.00

cake swap: $0.05

 

October 27, 1892

Went to Richville to mill grinding: $0.32

Barrell flour: $3.30

James plowed: $2.00

 

October 28, 1892

James Plowed: $2.00

 

October 29, 1892

James Plowed: $2.00 (paid)

I worked for Wm Haile two days: $2.00

 

October 31, 1892

James Plowed: $2.00

 

November 1, 1892

James Plowed: $2.00

I worked for Wm Haile. Cr. $1.00

 

Paid Clarion for drawing milk: $1.60

 

November 4, 1892

James Plowed: $2.00

I worked for Wm Haile three days: $3.00

 

November 7, 1892

James Plowed two days: $4.00

 

November 8, 1892

Went to Hermon – Election

18 lb sugar: $1.00

bran: $0.25

3 lb rice: $0.25

qu lb ginger: $0.08

buttertub: $0.25

grayam: $0.40

grain: $0.73

brackets: $0.15

buttons: $0.05

Cheese bandage: $0.10

Oil cloth: $0.18

Lamp: $0.25

Check valve: $0.75

Carocine & can: $0.45

Two call carocine: $0.25

 

Ottomon for Eva: $1.50 (paid)

School Tax: $9.70

 

Paid Delbert Stevens for work in haying: $5.77

 

November 9, 1892

Worked for W. H. Haile thrashing: $1.00

 

November 10, 1892

Worked for W. H. Haile thrashing: $1.00

 

November 11, 1892

Worked for W. H. Haile thrashing: $1.00 (paid)

 

November 14, 1892

Worked for Dick mowing two days: $2.00

 

November 16, 1892

Worked for W. H. Haile: $1.00 (paid)

 

November 17, 1892

Sold Jim Millins two pigs, 320 lb 5 cts: $16.00

Bought two of Mrs. Millins: $4.00

 

November 18, 1892

Went to Hermon

Sold two tubs of butter, 62 lb, 23 ct lb: $14.26

Two butter tubs: $0.50

Box pills: $0.25

Can paint: $0.40

1 lb coffee: $0.30

1 bag fine salt: $0.25

1 baron $0.10

Total: $1.80

 

1 hun. Meal: $1.10

18 lb sugar: $1.00

For Father (paid)

 

November 19, 1892

Paid father balance on rent: $40.00

 

Sold wood lot to James

Cash to balance account: $10.40

 

November 21, 1892

Worked for W. H. Haile on barn $1.00

 

November 22, 1892

Sent Clarion: $2.00

 

November 23, 1892

Went to Richville

100 meal: $1.20

50 lb bran: $0.55

Team shod: $1.75

Saw filed: $0.20

Lamp Shimney: $0.10

 

November 25, 1892

Traided horses with Mr. English: Cr. $10.00

 

November 26, 1892

John McArty paid me for Pasture: $15.00

 

November 28, 1892

Went to Gouverneur.

Sold tubs butter, 32 lb, 23 ct: $7.35

Hat & Clock: $20.00

Pair drawers: $1.00

Rubber bucket: $0.25

 

December 2, 1892

Went to Social at George Ackleys; $0.20

Box Matches: $0.20

 

December 3, 1892

Went to Richville to mill grinding: $0.25

25 ft lumber for storm door: $0.40

Horse shod: $0.75

Sold ten lbs honey: Cr. $1.00

 

December 8, 1892

Bought sleigh & Cutter pull of Father. De: $5.00 (May 17 – Paid)

 

December 9, 1892

Traided sleigh with James for calf even

 

December 10, 1892

Went to Hermon

Molassas: $0.25

2 Rubber buckets: $0.40

33 lb rock salt: $0.25

Groceries: $0.10

Kerosene for church three gall. $0.36

Total: $1.36

 

December 12, 1892

Went to Hermon

Butter tub: $0.25

46 lb bran: $0.45

Total: $0.70

 

December 13, 1892

Paid note to Phineous Steavens: $50.00

 

December 14, 1892

Went to Donation at Web Parker: $5.00

 

December 16, 1892

Paid Amos Hamblin for Dehorning cattle: $0.60

 

December 17, 1892

Walter Reed and I went to Hermon

80 lbs bran & meal: $0.90

4 gal Kerosene: $0.48

oz nutmeg, Coconut, chocolate: $0.20

Half doz teaspoons: $1.25

Total: $2.83

 

December 21, 1892

Went to Gouverneur

Sold tub butter, 32 lb 20 ct: $6.50

Spoon Holder: $0.30

Half lb ginger: $0.20

Work baskt: $0.30

Glass & comb: $0.10

Hair pin: $0.10

Team in shed: $0.10

Lambercin: $0.50

Conditioning powder: $0.25

 

December 22, 1892

Went to Hermon

Butter tub: $0.20

Candy & nuts: $0.20

Tacks: $0.05

 

December 24, 1892

Candy: $0.10

 

December 26, 1892

Went to Depot

9 lb sugar: $0.50

W. H. Haile paid me for work: $9.00

 

December 20, 1892

Paid land tax: $9.51

 

December 27, 1892

Went to Richville to mill grinding & meal: $0.80

Shelf Brackets: $0.15

Lamp chimney: $0.10

Qt oysters: $0.35

4 lb crackers: $0.30

Repairing bob sled: $0.25

Total: $2.05

 

December 29, 1892

13 lb cheese: De: $1.30 (paid)

 

December 31, 1892

Went to Gouverneur

Sold tub butter, 20 lb, 20 ct: $4.00

40 lb sugar: $2.00

Whip: $0.50

6 oyster plates: $0.75

Signed for N. Y. tribune: $0.35

Signed for Orange Cr Farmer Tell: De: $0.10 (Apr 1, 93)

 

Account for 92

Sold Spring Butter:  126 lb, $22.57

Calvs & Hides:  $18.94

Pigs no. 6: $50.79

Money from factory: $395.68 (13 cows $30.43/head)

Fall butter: $33.53

Total:  $521.51

 

January 2, 1893

Went to Hermon

Purchase of E. Clark light bobs: $16.00

Repairing felt foots: $0.25

Sold father 6 lb cheese: $0.60

 

January 4, 1893

Sociable at W. A. Reeds: $0.20

 

January 6, 1893

Went to Richville

Bag bran: $0.50

 

January 7, 1893

Sold 7 ½ lb butter: $1.42

Pair rubbers: $1.40

Lemons: $0.55

Repairing felt boots: $0.25

 

January 11, 1893

Went to Richville to mill grinding and corn: $0.80

Horse Shod: $0.50

 

January 14, 1893

Went to Hermon

One lb tea: $0.35

One lb coffee: $0.30

Qu lb nuts: $0.05

 

Paid Henry Fairbanks for wood: $3.00

Hiard of Phineous Steavens: $25.00 (Paid Aug 30, Due Sep 1 $26.00)

 

January 24, 1893

Spool thread: $0.05

 

January 31, 1893

Sent to Richville to mill grinding & meal: $1.00

Cant hook H. Jones: $1.25

J. Jones Handle: $0.50

Taping shoes: $0.40

 

February 1, 1893

Horse shod Henry Jones: $0.50

Went to Richville to a play: $0.70

 

February 4, 1893

Went to Hermon

Filing saw: $0.30

Groceries: $0.70

Candy: $0.10

Soap, chain, hook: $0.15

 

February 14, 1893

Went to Hermon town meeting

Butter collar: $0.40

Pens: $0.55

Sponge: $0.10

Dipper: $0.10

Lamp Chimney: $0.08

---: $0.05

Total: $1.37

 

February 16, 1893

Bag bran 45 lbs: $0.51

 

February 18, 1893

Bought of W. C. Reed load wood: $0.75

 

February 21, 1893

Traided horses with W. H. Reed, gave wagon and $10.00

 

February 24, 1893

Went to Hermon to mill grinding & bag of bran & meal: $1.33

Two qt molasses: $0.20

Mr. Green paid $5.00

Glassware: $0.20

Funnel & Key ring: $0.10

 

February 25, 1892

Went to Gouverneur

Sold 3 bu potatos $2.55

Sold 12 ½ lb ham: $1.50

Two sacks flour: $2.60

Garden rake, mop, stick: $0.25

Curtain hanger: $0.15

 

February 27, 1893

100 stakes of George Smith: $1.50

Two pigs of James: $20.00

Bruce Helegas begun work

 

March 1, 1893

Borrowed of Father: $20.00 (March 4 – paid $10.00; paid $10.00)

Went to Gouverneur

Half ton feed: $11.07

Team in shed: $0.10

 

March 4, 1893

Paid Eddie for killing pig; $0.50

Sold then to Jim Millens: $21.25

 

March 6, 1893

Bought of George Smith fifty cedar poles: $1.50

 

March 8, 1893

Went to Richville

Leather bit of Ralph Kindle: $0.50

Gal oil: $0.12

Roap: $0.08

 

March 14, 1893

Paid wood sawyers for cutting wood pile: $5.75

Traided satche for ax, paid: $0.25

 

March 15, 1893

Went to Hermon

25 Sap sprouts $0.53

25 lb salt: $0.25

mending tin: $0.05

Paid on insurance: $0.60

One day milk pans of W. G. Popple: De. $2.15 (paid June 29)

Pair rubber boots: $3.00

Pair mittens: $0.50

Butter tub: $0.20

Sack graham: $0.35

One lb coffee: $0.30

J. J. Ryel: (total) De. $4.35 (Apr 7, paid)

 

March 22, 1893

Sold Jim Millens five calvs: $25.00 (paid $15.00, paid $10.00)

Bought of Henry Fairbanks two pigs $7.00

Two calves $1.75

 

March 24, 1893

Went to Hermon to mill grinding $0.25

Pig feed: $1.75

Bag salt: $0.65

Butter tub: $0.20

Repairing halter: $0.10

Sold tub butter, 20 lb, 23 cts: $4.60

 

Twenty five sap budkets up

W. G. Popple De: $4.50 (June 29 paid)

 

March 26, 1893

Collection at church: $0.50

 

March 27, 1893

Paid Herman Payne for helping cut wood: $1.62

Four lb butter: $0.88

 

March 28, 1893

Bought pig of Payne: $4.50

 

March 31, 1893

Went to Hermon

Sold tub butter 20 lb, 25 cts: $5.00

Set springs: $2.00

Butter tub: $0.25

Pint Alcohol: $0.50

Mending shoe: $0.15

Pale & card: $0.50

 

April 2, 1893

Went to Richville

Bolts & Milk: $0.60

 

April 7, 1893

Went to Hermon

Sold tub butter, 31 lb, 23 cts: $7.13

Butter tub: $0.25

Kerosene: $0.12

 

April 11, 1893

Sold Jim Millens two calvs, 4 cts lb, 243 lbs: $9.72

 

April 14, 1893

Went to Hermon

Sold tub butter, 33 lb, 21 ct: $6.93

One bu grass seed: $2.75

Five lb clover seed: $0.95

Wash tub: $0.75

Wringer: $1.75

Butter tub: $0.25

Soap: $0.25

1 lb tea: $0.35

2 lb rasins: $0.20

4 gal jar: $0.65

Pot: $0.60

Carpet wrap: $1.25

400 bran & meal: $4.65

Sack flour: $1.25

Total: $5.65

 

April 15, 1893

Went to Richville

1 doz cans: $2.00

1 bottle medison: $0.90

1 cake soap: $0.05

 

April 18, 1893

Sold Jim Millens two calvs 243 lb, 4 ct lb: $9.72

 

April 20, 1893

Paid A. Parker for 21 cord wood, 25 ct cord: $5.25

 

April 21, 1893

Bought of N. P. Holland two pigs: $6.00

 

April 22, 1893

Went to Richville

Sold tub butter 41 lb, 25 ct: $10.25

Hair cut: $0.25

Starch & socks: $0.25

Five yd cotton, one yd ribbon: $0.40

 

April 24, 1893

Bought double wagon of Father: De. $10.00 (June 13 paid)

Traided wagons with Eddie.  Paid $25.00 (Paid $10.00, Paid $15.00)

 

April 27, 1893

Went to Hermon to mill grinding & 200 bran, sack log flour: $4.27

Starch & soda: $0.14

Butter tub: $0.25

 

April 29, 1893

Went to Gouverneur

Sold tub butter, 41 lb, 25 ct: $10.25

Shave: $0.10

 

May 2, 1893

Bought calf of James: $2.50

 

May 3, 1893

Sold six calvs to N. P. Holland: $11.00 (paid 4.00, paid 7.00)

 

May 5, 1893

Went to Richville

Horses shod: $1.20

Repairing milk harness: $1.20

Paid A. B. Sawyer Sawing 1500 ft lumber: $3.71

Butter tub: $0.25

Horse brush R. Kindell De. $0.35

 

May 9, 1893

Went to Richville

Hardware: $0.20

Sulpher & flax seed: $0.20

Oat meal: $0.25

Rubber ****s tip: $0.60

 

May 11, 1893

Went to Gouverneur

Two sacks flour: $2.40

Shirt & socks: $1.25

Overhall: $1.25

Condition powder: $0.40

Sulpher & salt peter: $0.30

 

Sold Tub butter 32 lb 25 ct: $8.00

Sold two pigs L. Mecture 295 lb 8 ct: $23.60

Total: $31.60

 

Towel rack: $0.50

Pillow sham holder: $0.25

 

May 17, 1893

Went to Hermon to Mill grinding and midlings: $2.00

Groceries: $0.80

Caster Oil: $0.20

Curry comb: $0.10

Tin pail: $0.10

½ lb mustard: $0.20

3 yd cotton: $0.21

 

Sold to James 135 ft lumber Cr. $2.00

 

May 25, 1893

Pair shirts: $0.70

Towel: $0.30

 

May 27, 1893

Five lb oat flakes: $0.25

Ten lb sugar: $0.70

Garden seed: $0.20

Total: $1.15

 

May 30, 1893

Went to Hermon

Cloak & Dress: $6.50

Straw hat: $0.15

Cinnamon qu lb: $0.08

 

June 1, 1893

Bag midlong 50 lb corn: $1.65

 

June 3, 1893

Went to Richville

Repairing harness: $0.35

Hair cut & shave: $0.25

Five lb oat flake: $0.25

 

June 10, 1893

Went to Canton

Felt hat: $1.50

Corn & beans: $0.58

Dinner & horse feed: $0.25

Total: $2.53

 

3 rolls paper: $0.30

2 lb rasins: $0.25

7 lemons: $0.15

Tacks & tack puller: $0.10

Shave: $0.10

Corn starch: $0.10

Total: $1.00

 

Cod fish: $0.25

 

June 13, 1893

N. P. Holland paid me for plowing: $2.00

 

June 17, 1893

Went to Hermon to mill grinding 100 meal sack flour, bag bran, sack fine midlings: $5.00

Buttons, 3 doz.: $0.45

Gal Oil: $0.60

Wrapper: $0.25

 

Paid T. Thornkill for Observer: $1.00

One day book: $0.75

Worked on road for I. Hamilton 7 days: Cr. $7.00

 

June 19, 1893

Went to Gouverneur

One horse shoe: $0.25

Two cigars: $0.10

 

Money Paid:  Bruce Helegas

April 7: Pair mittens: $0.50

May 11: Pair shoes: $1.50

May 17: cash: $2.00

May 25: Two pair socks: $0.20

June 4: Paid Cash: $2.50

June 11: Paid cash: $2.50

June 28: $Cleaning watch: $1.00

July 8: Paid Father for watch: $6.00

Aug 2: Paid Cash: $0.25

Aug 6: Paid Cash: $1.00

Aug 19: Pair shirts: $0.75

Sept 6: Paid Cash: $1.00

Sept 13: Paid Cash: $0.75

Oct 23: Paid Cash: $15.60