Diary of John Henry Asendorf

Saturday, April 29th, 1899

Weather is lovely we have Inspection at 730 a.m. and also Inspection of Quarters only 44 men are fitt for duty 14 men are on Guard all Company have only a smal Number fitt for duty our drills are at present suspended we signed the Pay Roll this Morning Engelhard was discharged from Hospital and is in Quarters but not for duty is walking on Crutches here in Cavite everything is quiet here

The weather is lovely. We have inspection at 7:30 a.m. and also inspection of quarters. Only 44 men are fit for duty. Fourteen men are on guard. All companies have only a small number fit for duty. Our drills are at present suspended. We signed the pay roll this morning. W. Englehart was discharged from hospital and is in quarters, but he is not fit for duty and is walking on crutches. Here in Cavite everything is quiet.