Bill and I did some washing. Johnson, Co. E, invited us to dinner — pork and crackers. Made inquiries about Sheldon. Found he had not sold his pony — never found it. Claimed he sold it to get “poker money.” Said he went immediately to playing poker with Co. F after leaving here. They said it was the middle of the P. M. N. asked him in and saw him. Would not admit it. Read St. Louis Republican of the 20th. Surprised to see Ohio so Democratic. Hope it won't influence the president.
SOURCE: Frances Andrews Tenney, War Diary Of Luman Harris Tenney, p. 38-9