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
Sunday, October 30th, 1898  Diary View

Oct 30/98 Sunday
It has raigned pretty near all Night and most part of the day it raignes this is a verry quiet on account of the wet weather I had a Invatation for a dinner out on a plantation with some german Friend and enjoyed my trip verry much had a splendid Dinner of 8 different Courses we all attened Service at the Opera House where chaplain Fleming from Colerado Regt preached and the Colerado Band furniched the Musick wich was grand the South Dacota peaple are guarding the Jails Co A 10th is on Outpost Herrington Rockwell and Georg Conn remain on the sick List

 

It has rained pretty near all night and most of the day it rains as well. This is a very quiet day on account of the wet weather. I had an invitation for a dinner out on a plantation with some German friend and enjoyed my trip very much. Had a splendid binner of eight different courses. We all attended services at the Opera House where Chaplain Fleming from the Colorado Regiment preached and the Colorado band furnished the mush which was grand. The South Dakota people are guarding the jails. Co. A, 10th is on outpost. [Charles] Herrington, [Samuel] Rockwell and George Conn remain on the sick list.
Soldiers mentioned
on this date:

CONN, George D.
HERRINGTON, Charles E.
ROCKWELL, Samuel N.

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