Dearborn County Commissioners’ Allowances – Sep 1889

Allowances made at the September 1889 Session of the Dearborn County, Indiana Commissioners appeared in:
Lawrenceburg Register – 26 Sep 1889 – Page 4, Column 1

Made by the Board of Commissioners of Dearborn county, at their September session, 1889, and ordered to be published in the Register, as having the largest circulation in said county.

Poor—Lawrenceburgh Township.

  • Tebbs Bros—Groceries furnished Mrs. Cave
  • Sparks Bros.—Groceries furnished to Mrs. Williams
  • Archie Saaw—Groceries furnished: Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Smith
  • Jos McGrannahan—Groceries furnished Bruce sisters
  • Wm Stevenson—Groceries furnished Mrs. Smith
  • Jacob Spanagel—Groceries furnished Mrs. Elder, Mrs. F Darling
  • John R Tuthill—Groceries furnished Mrs. Junker, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Dodd, Mrs. Holland, Mart Skinner
  • Early & Daniel—Coal furnished Mrs. Fisher
  • J P Lommel, digging grave in old cemetery
  • Greendale Cemetery Association—digging grave
  • John Shaw—money paid for clothing for Cavanaugh children

Poor—Centre Township.

  • F. Opperman—Groceries furnished: Mary Hughes, Ben Mills
  • J C Green—Groceries furnished Ben Mills
  • Chas Fehling—Groceries furnished Mrs. McMurray
  • Wm Webber—Groceries furnished Mrs. Sperloch, Mrs. Cynthia Baker, Mrs. Kirkpatrick
  • L M Cheek—Groceries furnished Wm Holden
  • John Brannon—Groceries furnished: Sarah Clark, Mrs. Kerrigan, Wm Holden
  • Herdegen & Kress—Groceries furnished Mrs. Pohl
  • C M Beinkamp—Groceries furnished Cynthia Baker
  • E Lamar—Clothing furnished Anna Steel, W Walker children
  • F Mauntel—undertaker
  • Ed Holthouse—undertaker
  • Jacob Schuler Jr.—transportation

Poor—Clay Township.

  • Wm Rowland—Groceries furnished: Jane Peasley, Betsy Spangler
  • Fred Ginter—Groceries furnished: Sarah Fleming, Clothing furnished Jacob Fleming, Boarding tramp
  • D C Misner—undertaker
  • J V Huffington—transportation

Poor—Kelso Township.

  • Jacob Berry—Groceries furnished Frank Smidt
  • Gerhart Fette—Groceries furnished Caroline Schmidt
  • John Genscheimer taking pauper to county Asylum

Poor—York Township

  • F A Hornback—Groceries furnished Rosa Ridmyer

Poor—Jackson Township.

  • Henry C Assche—Overseeing poor

Poor—Miller Township.

  • Sparks Bros.—Groceries furnished John Russel

County Asylum.

  • A J Cheek, salary as Superintendent, money expended
  • Ben Bruce, work
  • Purnel Cheek, work
  • Lizzie Cheek, work
  • Minda Roof, work
  • Mary J Cheek, salary as matron
  • Mosby & Hodson, groceries
  • B W Buffington, groceries
  • Chambers, Stevens & Co., clothing
  • Early & Daniel, agl implements
  • Lafayette Plummer, corn
  • W F Duncan, work
  • George Wolforth, mending shoes
  • E Lamar, clothing
  • Jacob Lawrence, mules
  • Manchester Turnpike Co., toll

Assessing Revenue.

  • A. B. Hubbartt, assessing and board of equalization
  • Ella C. Hubbartt, deputy assessor
  • George W. Johnston, board of equalization
  • F M Johnston, same
  • Henry Bulthaup, same
  • Warren Tebbs, same
  • Thomas Nead, same
  • N. Vogelgesang, same
  • Geo A Swales, same
  • Hezron Haynes, serving board and serving witnesses
  • Marion Laws, attending board
  • James House, same
  • Anthony Schnetzer, same
  • John Pieper, same
  • Frank Bittner, same
  • Frank Connolly, same
  • Georg W. Turner, same
  • John Theobald, same
  • John Theobald, same
  • Van S B Crowley, same
  • Benj Withered, attend board
  • P L Matheu, same
  • O F Cloud, attend board
  • John Axby, same
  • Fred Dagner, witness before the board
  • Henry Licking, same

County Revenue.

  • Henry Fangman, taking enumeration of voters
  • C Nolte, same
  • Josiah Duncan, same
  • J. C. Steuver, same
  • Jacob Schuler Jr., same
  • F. M. Jackson, same
  • Henry Asschee, same
  • Fred Rodenberg, same
  • A. T. Gridley, surveying school land

Specific Allowances.

  • K Crist, hardware to court house
  • Lawrenceburgh Gas Co., gas
  • Geo Wood, groceries to jail
  • Sparks Bros., matches to court house
  • Barwinger and Gleason, painting offices to court house
  • Louis Adler, blankets for jail
  • Henry Hitzfield, repairs at court house
  • James McLeaster, for rental of tools
  • Herman Russe, repairing offices to court house
  • Miami Valley Furniture Co., lumber
  • Fred Wesler, coal to court house and jail
  • Geo Diggs, shoveling coal at court house
  • Minter Pernell, same
  • Henry Schuman, same
  • S J Huston, stamps and cards
  • J H Russe, same
  • E D Moore, same
  • J S Prichard, copying mortgages
  • J H Russe, acknowledgement of deed
  • N Vogelgesang, expense of Board at Dover and telegram
  • D H Miller, horse and carriage
  • Jos Bossong, taking Dietrich Schilling to County Asylum

Books and Stationery.

  • Sentinel Printing Company
  • J C McCullough
  • Wm B Burford
  • Martin Kieffer
  • Baker & Thornton

Public Printing.

  • Hunter & O’Brien
  • Everett & Gregory

Roads and Highways.

  • Hezron Haynes, serving road viewers
  • Wolfgang Dennerline, road viewer
  • Wm Fox, same
  • John Huddleston, same
  • Geo Singer, same
  • Geo Wollung, same
  • W A Cottingham, same

Officers’ Salary.

  • E D Moore
  • N Vogelgesang
  • Geo W Johnston
  • Geo A Swales
  • S J Huston
  • Hezron Haynes, serving summons to commissioners
  • D M Guard, expense of criminals

Harrison Bridge.

  • John Roser, repairs

Aurora Bridge.

  • Michael Bogenhott, making approaches

Wilmington Bridge.

  • Jacob Schuler Jr., for repairs