Diary: Caleb E. Iddings, 1892

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BILLS PAYABLE OCTOBER. Date Name Dolls. Cts.

RECEIVABLE

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BILLS PAYABLE NOVEMBER Date Name Dolls. Cts.

RECEIVABLE

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BILLS PAYABLE. DECEMBER

Date Name Dolls. Cts. "Memoranda" Loaned Miss Sallie Needles an "Ear Syringe". an "Atomizer" and an "Inhaler" Sept. 3d 1892 C E I.

RECEIVABLE

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ADDRESSES.

Name. Mrs Harriet T kirk Street, No. 4239 Powelton Avenue City. Philadelphia Pa

Name. Frederic Tyson Esq. Street, No. The "Albiore": Cathedral & Read St City. Baltimore

Name. William P Iddings (Residenc) Street, No. 100. High St City Orange N. J.

Name. Wm P. Iddings (Business Address) Street, No. Church Street City. New York

Name. Ernest L. Iddings Street, No. 417. Nth: 42d St: City. West Philadelphia, Pa;

Name. Miss Hannah S Archer Street, No. 300 Massachusetss Av City. Washington DC N.E.

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ADDRESSES

Name. H. Peake {"St. Loius Leather Works"} {Medical buggy cases & c} Street. No. 917 N. Broadway City. St Louis Mo:

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S.D.C. Swathmore College Swathmore Delaware Co. Pa -

July 2d/92 E Hewitt Shin & Steak ________.75

Rebecca Lincoln. (or as she is called by the colored people), "Aunt Beckey Linkum".is the grand mother of the wife of "Perry Campbell" and will be an important witness for the State. She lives with her grand daughter on Allan Farquhar's place.

Brown "Frank" horse weighs 1175 lbs: on the Ashton scales - Nov: 1892

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Wheel barrow wheel Length of hub 10 1/2 in Height " wheel 19 1/2 in

Oil cloth & carpet for batteria of "Surry" 4 ft 6 1/2 in long 2 {ft} 4 {in} wide

"Frank" weighs 1175 lbs: Weighed by B Sheckels at Ashton. October 29th 1892 {Sunseed?} Oil

Rx Sodium Chorate zip Aqua Font - f o I m S Apply to the affected parts (as a lotion) several times each day. Dr Trail Green of Easton Pa Read an article at a meeting of the American Med: Association May 6th/ 84 in Washington D.C. on Poisoning by the "Rhus Toxicodendron" saying "he had used the above exclusively for years with uniform success." C E I

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From Sandy Spring to Lincoln. Go to Rockville, to Darnstown (9 miles) three miles beyond Rockville be careful to keep straight ahead near a Stone & P.O. the straight road looking so insignificant you may be mislead but "keep it": from Darnstown, keep straight ahead to "Dawsonville" (about 4 miles) from Dawsonville to Poolesville (about 5 miles) from from Poolesville to

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