Dearborn County Commissioners’ Allowances – Dec 1885

Allowances made at the December 1885 Session of the Dearborn County, Indiana Commissioners appeared in:
Lawrenceburg Register – 31 Dec 1885 – Page 3, Column 5

Made by the Board of Commissioners of Dearborn county, Ind., at their Dec. session, 1885, and ordered to be published in the Register, as having the largest circulation in said county.

  • Greendale Cemetery, three graves for tramps

Poor—Harrison Township.

  • Henry Slete, burial case

Poor—Logan Township.

  • Lou Shroyer, hat for Ida Folaloeus
  • J F Gibson, groceries for Sybol Tarr
  • Sarah Sackett, boarding Ida Folaloeus
  • James Lods, transportation and sundries for Ida Folaloeus
  • Sarah Suckett, clothing for Ida Folaloeus
  • John Andras, coffin and box for child

Poor—Manchester Township.

  • W F Crocker, groceries for Mrs. Laqbourn

Poor—Jackson Township.

  • J P VanWedding, overseeing poor
  • Philip Weis, flour for Mrs. Jane Leffler
  • Wm Schweitzer, three pair of shoes for Mrs. Jane Leffler
  • Jacob Theobold, nursing Celestine Aman, 13 weeks

Poor—Sparta Township.

  • J H Sale, M.D., attending a sick tramp
  • Alex McKinstry, nursing sick tramp
  • F Slater & Son, groceries for Mary E McMahon
  • John C Miller, cash expended for sick tramp
  • H D Moore, groceries for Isaac Davis

Poor—Centre Township.

  • Thomas Wright, groceries furnished Elizabeth Warner, Ella Baker, Mrs. Charles Lambkin, Mrs. Thomas Rand, Reubin Cooper, Mrs. Ann Hamilton, Mrs. John Goodpasture
  • Chas Fehling Jr., groceries furnished Geo W Baily, Mrs. Mary Burns, Mrs. Jennie Thompson, Mrs. G Gray
  • Herdegan & Kress, groceries furnished Mrs. VanSickle
  • Fred Opperman, groceries furnished Mrs. George Gray, Mrs. Martin Kerrigan, Mrs. Cath Welsh, Mrs. Mary Hughes, Mrs. John Kerrigan
  • Jas M Wheeler, groceries furnished Mrs. May Hoppins, Mrs. Cath Welsh, Hider Stonebraker
  • Blythe Buffington, groceries furnished Caroline Backdolt
  • Giegoldt, Beinkamp & Co., groceries for Robert T Day, Mrs. E Wood, John Beach
  • Michael Maloney Jr. meals and lodging for John Davis
  • Goldsmith Bros., slippers furnished John Ross
  • Joseph Meyer, clothing furnished Wm Smith
  • McConnell & McAvoy, sundries furnished Mrs. Warner, Wm Smith
  • Wm T Day, coffin furnished George W Bailey; coffin furnished John Ross
  • Fred Mauntel, coffin furnished unknown man
  • George W Mitchell, Trustee, cash expended

Poor—Clay Township.

  • Fred Ginter, groceries furnished Betzy Spangler, Annie Evans, Thomas Acre
  • D C Misner, coffin
  • Wm Rowland, groceries for George Bradley
  • Wm C Wulber, railroad fare and freight for Mrs. Goodpasture
  • John Green, meals and lodging for two children
  • J C Vandolah, groceries for Jane Beasly

Poor—Lawrenceburgh Township.

  • Early & Daniels, coal furnished Mrs. Junker, Mrs. Ben Marshall, Mrs. Tilford, Mrs. Swaney
  • Beckenholdt & Co., coal furnished Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Holcombe, Mrs. Junker, Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Kaufman, Mrs. Bruce, Mrs. Sterling, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Risell, Henry Young, Mrs. McNutt, Mrs. Ben Marshall, B T W S Anderson, Mrs. Arnold
  • John Deuschle, groceries furnished John Obringer, Mrs. Wm Bennett
  • Archie Shaw, groceries furnished Mrs. A Holland, Mrs. Nancy Swaney
  • A G Tebbs, groceries furnished J Veach
  • Sparks Bros., groceries furnished Mrs. Williams
  • John Isherwood, groceries furnished Mrs. Ruby, Mrs. Nancy Smith, Simon Kaufman
  • Henry Helmuth, groceries furnished B Ricketts, Mrs. Hidd
  • Wm Stevenson, groceries furnished Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Jos Rissell
  • Charles Israel, groceries furnished Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Wm Bennett, Mrs. Williamson, Mrs. S A Martin, Mrs. Farwell, Mrs. H Tilford
  • L Lotton, meals and lodging furnished Sidney Garrett, J B Beels, Mrs. M Foxcraft, Miss Lizzie Perkins
  • D H Miller, conveying Stevens family to Asylum
  • Louis Kohlerman, coffin and hauling Mrs. Swaney
  • W J Fitch, groceries furnished Mrs. Bruce and sister, Mrs. Marshall
  • Chas Sekatz, shoes for Mrs. Tilford

Poor—York Township.

  • Henry Hammerle, transferring poor

Public Buildings.

  • W H Jordan, sundries for court house
  • J C Craig, Making bench for jail
  • J H Burkam, lumber
  • A G Tebbs, soap for jail
  • Joan Anderson, making swinging doors
  • Chas Sassman, making swinging doors
  • H P Speath & Co., material for doors
  • L G Hurlbert, lumber for doors
  • Kemper Bros., material for doors
  • Russell Hollister, glazing window
  • R Walters, sponges
  • W L Dobell, repairing tables and desks
  • Sparks Bros., matches, soap, &c.
  • Crist & Son, hardware
  • Lawrenceburgh Gas Co., gas
  • Francis Diggs, washing bed clothes for jail
  • H G Kidd, lamps and oil for jail, grates and fixtures
  • W H Platt, setting grates and fixtures

County Asylum.

  • O P Cobb & Co., tools and hardware
  • Eliz Lamar, dry goods, shoes, etc.
  • Henry Hagadorn, molasses
  • W H Jordan, soap
  • Peter Perlee, hauling sundries
  • Early & Daniel, hay fork and pulleys
  • C H Bruns, two coffins
  • L W Cobb, independent
  • Charles Martin, hauling lumber
  • T J Pickelheimer, lightning rods
  • John Gutzwiller, hogs
  • W F Crocker, groceries
  • Giegoldt, Beinkamp & Co., groceries
  • John Feist, cow
  • L Epstein, clothing
  • David Perlee, plow and shears
  • Wm Pummill, sundry repairs etc.
  • Chambers & Stevens, dry goods
  • Geo Gutzwiller, blacksmithing
  • L Kupferschmidt, spectacles
  • Thos Duncan, cash paid, Supt. Salary
  • Charlotte Duncan, matron
  • Katie Wilson, wages as servant
  • Sarah Collier, wages as servant
  • A Holcomb, wages as farm hand
  • John Sims, wages as farm hand
  • Lawrenceburgh & Napoleon Turnpike Co., toll

Officers’ Salary.

  • John Feist, Commissioner
  • T T Annis, Commissioner
  • Charles Fisk, Commissioner
  • Jas D Gatch, Treasurer
  • Nic Vogelgesang, Commissioner
  • Geo A Swales, Commissioner
  • Julius Severin, Auditor

Roads and Highways.

  • John P Walker, road viewer
  • Dan H Crozier, road viewer
  • John Lininger, road viewer
  • Eph. Butterfield, road viewer
  • John F Piper, road viewer
  • Wm Frazier, road viewer
  • Benj Wethered, road viewer
  • Geo W Johnson, road viewer
  • Henry Bulthaup, road viewer
  • Chris Nolte, road viewer
  • James McKinney, road viewer
  • Geo W Nevitt, road viewer
  • I R Dunaway, swearing 2 road viewers
  • Dan M Guard, serving road viewers
  • Geo W Mitchell, filling for culvert
  • Marty & O’Toole, freight
  • A T Gridley, surveying road
  • Silas Kelley, assisting survey road
  • Chas Brunnell, land taken for road
  • Sophia E Miller, land taken for road
  • Trangott W Kestner, land taken for road
  • Peter Zimmer, land taken for road
  • Wm Wiesehan, land taken for road
  • John Wiesehan, land taken for road
  • Patrick Carty, land taken for road
  • Fred Wieschan, land taken for road

Coroner’s Inquest.

  • A P Daughters, M.D., post mortem on Chas Cadle

Commissioner’s Court Expense.

  • Warren Tebbs, Clerk, certificates of election, qualifying two Com’s
  • Dan M Guard, serving Commissioners for special session
  • Conrad Lattier, witness and mileage
  • G W Platt, witness and mileage
  • Dan M Guard, attending Com’s Court

Printing and Advertising.

  • Hunter & O’Brien, sundry printing
  • Everett & Gregory, notice to taxpayers
  • L W Cobb, notice to taxpayers
  • J E Larimer, notice to taxpayers

Lawrenceburg Bridge.

  • Martin Tittle, building abutments
  • Patrick Garrity, making approaches
  • Frank X Volz, filling
  • G Beckenholdt, services as Supt, laborers paid by him
  • Walter Fitch, services as engineer
  • O P Cobb & Co., oakum for float
  • F Thomas & Co., tie rods for abutmens
  • Nathan Steadman, stars, for abutm’ts
  • Ben P Heustis, hauling & labor on float
  • James McLeaster, watching at float
  • Page C Sortwell, watching at float
  • John Sortwell, watching at float
  • George Wulper, labor on float
  • John F Truelock, labor on float
  • Wm Teany, labor on float
  • Josiah McLeaster, labor on float
  • Henry Truitt, labor on float
  • Charles Jennison, labor on float
  • Charles Truitt, labor on float
  • Frank Tout, labor on float
  • James Little, labor on float
  • Levi E Cornwell, labor on float

County Superintendent.

  • H B Hill, salary for quarter

Specific Allowance.

  • Dan H Miller, conveyance for Com’s
  • H B Hill, stamps, etc.
  • W R Meyers, 8 statues of Indiana
  • Warren Tebbs, stamps, etc.
  • James D Gatch, stamps, etc.
  • Julius Severin, stamps, etc.

Expense of Criminals.

  • Louis Kohlerman, horse and buggy for Detective Owens
  • Dan M Guard, boarding prisoners

Court Expense.

  • Dan M Guard, summoning juries

Board of Health.

  • Warren Tebbs, statement of marriages

Books and Stationery.

  • Wm B Burford, books
  • Indianapolis Sentinel Co., books, etc.
  • Baker & Thornton, filing envelopes
  • Martin Kieffer, binding