John Henry Asendorf in uniform The War Diary of John Henry Asendorf
The Story of a Pennsylvania Volunteer during the Spanish-American War in the Philippines and the Philippine American War
Friday, October 7th, 1898  Diary View

Oct 7/98 Friday
We have had a good Shower during the Night and every thing looks fresh this Morning we are having a extra issue of fresh Meat to day we are trading our Coffee of for Tea to the Chinese and our Corn Beef and Roast Beef we sell to the Merchants at low prices as none of the Boys cares for Corned Meats Co C. is doing Guard duty at the prison our patients at the general Hospital are getting along fine and Jno Baird exspect to be out in a few days all the Boys are sending Mail I do Guard duty to Night at the prison Christopher Hanan Baird Miller Dougherty and Cuite remain on the sick List

 

We have had a good shower during the night and everything looks fresh this morning. We are having an extra issue of fresh meat today. We are trading out coffee for tea to the Chinese and our corned beef and roast beef we sell to the merchants at low prices since none of the boys care for corned meats. Company C had guard duty at the prison. Out patients at the general hospital are getting along fine and John Baird expects to be out in a few days. All the boys are sending mail. I have guard duty tonight at the prison. [Frank] Christopher, [Max] Hannan, [James] Baird, [George] Miller, [Homer] Daugherty and [Gilbert] Cuite remain on the sick list.
Soldiers mentioned
on this date:

BAIRD, James F.
BAIRD, John
CHRISTOPHER, Frank G.
CUITE, Gilbert
DAUGHERTY, Homer J.
HANNAN, Max
MILLER, George W.

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