Dearborn County Commissioners’ Allowances – Jun 1888

Allowances made at the June 1888 Session of the Dearborn County, Indiana Commissioners appeared in:
Lawrenceburg Register – 28 Jun 1888 – Page 3, Column 4

Made by the Board of Commissioners of Dearborn county, at their June session, 1888, and ordered to be published in the Register, as having the largest circulation in said county.

Poor—Centre Township.

  • Aurora Distilling Co., coal furnished: Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Chamberlain, A Chriswell, Mrs. Van Sickle
  • Charles Fehling, groceries furnished: Mrs. John Goodpasture, Harvey Johnson, Hannah Byrns, Mahala Teaney, Mrs. Ezra Knapp, Margaret Ross, Harry Flour, Mrs. J Fryberger
  • A Steigwaldt, groceries furnished: Noah Ferfield, Mrs. C Lamkin
  • River View Cemetery Association, nine burial permits to paupers
  • John Wildridge, groceries furnished, Mary Barnes, E Neff, Wm Muller, Mrs. Fryberger
  • L W Cheek, groceries to Wm Golden
  • Wm Maybin, groceries furnished, Mrs. John Fryberger, Hannah Bryns, Margaret Stitt, Adam Henley
  • Ph Kastner, groceries to Jas Howard
  • J M Wheeler, groceries furnished Wesley Hancock, James Trester Sr., Mrs. Ben Mills
  • Chambers & Stevens, groceries furnished Wm Powell
  • J H Van Houten, groceries furnished Wm Theetge, Wm Powell, W M Blackburn
  • Wm Webber, groceries furnished, Wm Theetge, Wm Burns, Wm Powell, John Hess
  • P Pelgen, groceries to Wm Powell, Mrs. F Ulrich
  • F Opperman, groceries furnished Katharine Walsh, Mrs. Hancock, Thomas Garrity, Mary Hughes
  • T W Sargent, coal to Wm Theetge, Mrs. Van Sickles, Mrs. Ulrich, Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Fryberger, Mrs. Jesse Henry, Mrs. Broiles, Mrs. Chamberlain
  • John Brannon, groceries to Wm Holden, Cynthia Baker, Thomas Garrity
  • J H Green, groceries to James White, Katharine Walsh, Ben Mills
  • Herdegen & Kress, groceries furnished Wm Thompson
  • A Bloom, groceries to Joe Jones, Mrs. John Cheek, Thomas Rand
  • J W Scott, groceries to Wm Alleman, Mrs. C Lamkin
  • Wymond Cooperage Co., fuel furnished Margaret Ross
  • Louis Lotton, furnishing lodging and meals to H Foster
  • Jacob Goenawein, boarding tramps and transportation of same
  • Rosa Goenawein, shoes furnished Mrs. Underwood, Marcus Bailey, Mrs. Campbell, Wm Smith, Mrs. Thomas
  • L Epstein, clothing to Mark Bailey
  • Jacob Schuler Jr., Trustee, transportation of poor
  • Henry Wood, groceries and coal to Anna Danvers, Mrs. Thos Rand, C Perrin, C Lamkin, A Criswell, H J Cole

Poor—Lawrenceburgh Township.

  • A Beckman, coal furnished Mrs. Tout, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Early
  • Tebbs Bros., groceries to Mrs. Orsborn
  • Schleicher Bros., groceries to John Fisher, Taylor Bailey, Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Best, Mrs. Krona, Mrs. Miller
  • Foote & Spanagel, groceries to Mrs. Mack, Jennie Ray, Mrs. Carll, Mrs. Ender, Mrs. Early, Mrs. Grill, Mrs. Kroma, Mrs. Brower Ricketts
  • Wm Stevenson, groceries to Mrs. Knapp, Mrs. Wm Carll
  • A Shaw, groceries to Wm Brown
  • Tuthill & Co., wood to Mrs. Carr
  • A Beckman, coal to Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Leindecker, Bruce sisters, Mrs. Hayes
  • Mrs. Siemantel, groceries to Mrs. Bennett
  • Anton Schneider, shoes to Wm Brown, Mrs. Carl, Mrs. Liddle
  • H Oertling, groceries to Nancy Jones, Mrs. Cavanaugh, Mrs. Holland
  • Mrs. G C Columbia, groceries to Mrs. Bruce
  • H Helmuth, groceries to Mrs. Ricketts, Nancy Young, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Laird, Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. Marshall, George Dodd, Wm Holland
  • D M Guard, Sheriff, boarding transient paupers
  • Early & Daniel, coal to Mrs. Jeffers, Mrs. French, Mrs. Cavanaugh, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Krona
  • Sparks Bros., groceries to Mrs. Jeffers, Abe Locey, Mrs. Williams
  • John Isherwood, groceries to Ben Heron, Mrs. Williams, M McCracken, John Ake, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Carl, Mrs. Parsons
  • E Meyers, groceries to Henry Young
  • J P Lommel, digging grave for John Bradburn, pauper
  • Greendale Cemetery Association, digging graves for six paupers

Poor—Clay Township.

  • Fred Ginter, groceries furnished E and Annie Evans, Jacob Goodpasture, Thomas Acra, Noah Goodpasture
  • M E Withrow, groceries furnished W H Conaway, Thomas Acra
  • Wm Rowland, groceries furnished Betsey Spangler, Jane Peasley
  • J M Calvert, groceries furnished James Lindsay, Hannah Love, Sarah Flemming
  • Wm C Wulber, overseeing poor
  • Simon Conaway, clothing furnished Mary Hamilton
  • D E Misner, coffin to child of Evaline Noble

Poor—Harrison Township.

  • D E Bowlby, groceries to Chas Wescot, Daniel Bibby, John Haas
  • John Cheatham, boarding four tramps
  • John Roser, overseer poor

Poor—Manchester Township.

  • Austin Barrows, temporary aid to poor
  • S E Givan, medical service to same, of Mrs. Callahan

Poor—Jackson Township.

  • Henry Assche, overseeing poor

Poor—Logan Township.

  • Haddock & Clark, groceries to Sib Tarr
  • James Lods, overseeing poor
  • Edward Grubbs, boarding three children of Jane Connor

Poor—Kelso Township.

  • Gerhard Fette, groceries to Phil Spring, Joseph Huber, Caroline Smith

Poor—York Township.

  • Joseph Miller, taking pauper to county asylum

Poor—Sparta Township.

  • Slater & Heustis, groceries furnished Mary E McMahan
  • Frank M Johnston, overseeing poor
  • H D Moore, groceries to Isaac Davis

Poor—Hogan Township.

  • Dr. W C Henry, medical aid to Mrs. Christy
  • Aurora Distilling Co., coal furnished Mary Peters, Jane Christy, Margaret Stitt
  • T L Baker, hauling coal for poor
  • John Hayes, groceries to John Lottridge, John Stitt, Jane Christy
  • John Armstrong, transportation

Poor—Miller Township.

  • Liddle & Ingham, groceries furnished Linu Kirkwood, Jonathan Connor, Elizabeth Crouch, James Dodd, Elizabeth Vantrese
  • Wm A Cottingham, overseeing poor

County Asylum.

  • Thomas Duncan, salary
  • Charlotte Duncan, salary, matron
  • Kate Wilson, labor
  • Louis Drake, labor
  • Wm McKinstry, labor
  • John Sims, work
  • James Murdock, oats
  • Gutzwiller, blacksmithing
  • Jane Dorman, sweet potato plants
  • R McElwain, blacksmithing
  • George Wolfarth, repairing shoe
  • Clara Ruble, work
  • John Windhorst, pressing hay
  • L N Turnpike Co., toll
  • H P Spaeth, hardware
  • G W Hall, tobacco
  • H Nieman, potatoes
  • H V Barnes, cherry trees
  • P Weis, corn, bran, etc.
  • John W Roberts, repairing harness
  • Conaway Bainum, corn
  • Robert Maybin, groceries and tobacco
  • H G Kidd, hardware
  • Sparks Bros., groceries
  • Chambers & Stevens, clothing
  • H Small, service of horse
  • Thomas Duncan, money paid out

Officers’ Salary.

  • Geo. W. Johnston, Commissioner
  • G. A. Swales, Commissioner
  • N. Vogelgesang, Commissioner
  • E. D. Moore, service

Laughery Bridge.

  • H C Miller, work
  • Chas Bauer, labor and tools
  • A H Green, hardware
  • Wm Baker, work
  • Josephus Buffington, work
  • Patrick Garrity, work
  • Patrick Maloney, work
  • Thomas Clark, work
  • Joseph Pate, work
  • Jacob Clark, work
  • Wm Ellerman, work
  • Simon Calhoun, work
  • Tilford Giffin, work
  • G E Johnston, lumber
  • L G Hulbert, hardware
  • H P Spaeth, hardware
  • Hunter & O’Brien, sale bills
  • Geo W Johnston, service

Assessing Revenue.

  • J. F. Piper
  • Benj. Withered
  • George Turner
  • Van S. B. Crowley
  • Clay Turner
  • Anthony Schnelzer
  • Frank Connolly
  • Marion Laws
  • Alice Laws
  • James House
  • John Theobald
  • John Axby
  • Frank Bittner
  • Francis Bittner
  • Anthony Schnetzer
  • P. L. Mathews
  • L. S. Matthews
  • Oliver Cloud
  • Edward Cloud
  • Asa B. Hubbartt
  • Ella C. Hubbartt
  • N. Vogelgesang, Board of Equalization
  • G. W. Johnston, Board of Equalization
  • Geo. A. Swales, Board of Equalization
  • Harrison Abbott, Board of Equalization
  • C. J. B. Ratjen, Board of Equalization
  • John Feist, Board of Equalization
  • Peter Bidner, Board of Equalization
  • D. M. Guard, serving summons on Assessor

Aurora Bridge.

  • Wm Theetge, work on sidewalk

Public Buildings.

  • Thos. W. Sargent, coal for Court House
  • Lawrenceburg Gas Co., gas for Court House
  • Mrs. G. C. Columbia, goods furnished jail
  • Sparks Bros., grass seed and brushes for Court House
  • A. Beckman, coal for jail
  • H. G. Kidd, hardware for jail and Court House
  • August Willers, work at Court House
  • Henry Gerkin, articles purchased for Commissioners’ room
  • L. Kupferschmidt, clock for Recorder’s office

Specific Allowance.

  • E. D. Moore, postage and expressage
  • Heber D. Haynes, expert accountant
  • D. H. Miller, carriage to County Farm
  • S. J. Huston, postage
  • John H. Russe, miscellaneous items

Public Printing.

  • Hunter & O’Brien
  • J. E. Larimer
  • Henderson Achert Lithograph Co.

Books and Stationery.

  • Sentinel Printing Co.
  • Baker & Thornton
  • Wm. Burford
  • Martin Kieffer

Roads and Highways.

  • D. M. Guard, serving notice to road viewers
  • Wm. C. Mulford, land taken for road
  • Wm. C. Mulford, qualifying road viewers
  • Wm. R. Campbell, same
  • A. Doll, 3 days as road viewer
  • Michael Renck, same
  • L. Kappes, same
  • John B. Kneevan, same
  • Chas Burgay, same
  • John C. Miller, land taken for roads
  • Anthony Witt, same

Refunders of Taxes.

  • John Albers
  • Geo H Mattenheimer
  • Joseph Massett
  • John Lochner
  • Peter Bidner
  • Wm Praute
  • Marcus Eversole
  • Amor Rumsey
  • George C Ruppert

Commissioners’ Court.

  • D M Guard, summoning Commissioners

Court Expense.

  • D M Guard, serving Jury

Expense of Criminals.

  • D M Guard, boarding prisoners

Expense of Insane.

  • John H Russe, expense to Jasper Marshall to asylum

County Superintendent.

  • S J Huston, salary