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Feb.
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P. Schleiger, Village Brawl
Meadow for 1885 $2.75
8. E. Boyes, Town Frank
ford for 1885 7.00
6 Geo Chandler, Town
Austin for 1885 3.00
7 A. Swift, Village Browns
dale for 1885 2.75
A. C. Johnson, Village
Taopi for 1885 2.35
Y* 12 Robert Griffith, City of
Austin for 1885 21.25
P. G. Ray, Town of Win
dom for 1S85 4.50
Atkins Hotson, Town of
Lyle for 1885 7,00
C. Proeschel, Town of
Dexter for 18S5 3.25
O. Clouse, Town of Ben­
nington for 1884 ... 3.50
15 A. J. Qualee, Town of Mar­
shall 1885 7.00
16 O. Clouse Town of Ben­
nington 1S85 3.50
O. L. Triggs, Town of
Lodi for 1885 1.75
18 John Mathieson, Town of
Lansing for 18S5 5.75
19 S. Dodge, Town of Red
Rock for 1S85 2.25
20 P. L. Henderson, Village
of Le Roy for 1885 2.75
22 A. D. Moore, Town ef
Grand Meadow for 1885 2.00
27 E. S. Hoppin, Town of
Pleasant Valley for 1885 5.00
Feb. 3 A. D. Harris, Town of
Adams for 1885 12.50
4 C. S. Harden, Town of Le
Roy for 1885 7.00
8 C. Meyer, Town of Nevada
for 1885 9.75
C. Manchester, Town of
Udolphs for 18S5 7.00
15 E. L. tstanley, Village of
Lyle for 1885 4.25
G. C. Clark, Town of
Waltham for 1885 5.50
Mch. 12 H. A. Sargeant, Town of
Sargeant for 18S5 4.75
16 S. J. Sanborn, Town *f
Racine for 1885 6.00
19.LJ. K. Shearer, Town of
Clayton, for 1885 2.25
Dec. 30 S. Dodge, Town of Red
Rock for ISSti g.75
31 E. S. Hoppin, Town of
Pleasant alley for 1886. 2.00
Total
SHERIFF AND DEPUTIES FEES
18S6.
Jan.
.$151.00
Colos Fen ton, Deputy
A. Mollison, Sheriff
$20.05
7.00
35.90
208.68
15.00
126.35
192.85
47.15
5.50
12.50
15.00
15.00
12.50
15.00
42.20
3.55
6.05
116.15
46.10
30.00
100.10
86.90
67.77
52.10
32.00
6.95
3.55
23.00
55.40
fi0.87
43.40
45.80
11.80
10.00
27.00
10.00
22.50
22.50
22.50
Colos Fenton, Deputy
M. B. Abbott,
W. F. Glover,
A. Lounsbury,
A Mollison, Sheriff
C. A. Warren, Deputy
J. J. Gilbertson,
A Mollison, Sheriff
J. B. Hildebrand. Deputy.
A. Mollison, Sheriff
Mch.
Apr.
May
June
C. Fenton, Deputy..
A. Lounsberry," ..
C. Fenton, ..
44
A. Mollison, Sheriff.
Aug.
AEam Mollison, Sheriff.
•Sept. 25 A. Lounsbury, Deputv.
A. Mollison, Sheriff."...
A. Lounsbury, Deputy.
S. Anderson,
C. Fenton,
J. J- Gilbertson,
Jan.
Feb.
Mch.
Apr.
May
July
Sept.
»L $1,676.67
JUROR'S FEES.
Andrew Knox $ 6.20
M_ Majors 4.20
J. E. Joslyn 15.40
JOB. Adams 8.20
M. J. Woodson 8.40
L. Kirkland 9.40
H. W. Lightly 9.00
L. H. Carter 12.60
B. Hougen 14.20
Thos. Malone 9.00
Wm. Betcher 16 80
C. P. Clayton 15.00
8. E. Boyes 16.40
Wm. Brown 16.40
8. J. Sanborn 16.80
O. J. Bemis 9.20
John Hoy 10.6O
L. 8. Bate& 16.60
O. Jorgens 15.40
B. Chrutianson 13.20
H. Benner *. n.80
E. A. Whitcomb 15.40
P. Baldner 11.8O
Atkins Hotson 9.60
John Frank 16.00
C. E. Clark 10.90
Wilson Beach 10.20
W. J. Drake 21.00
4Jfen 13 00
C. 8. Wilson 2.20
August Bucholz 8.00
John L. Neller 14.40
John Greenwaldt 12.80
V. B. Kline 12.40
Ole Sampson 13.00
P. Scofleld 15.60
Geo. Chandler 10.8O
William Klebs H.OO
G. N. Campbell 17.00
W. H. Cavanaugh 15.40
W. A. Medbury 15.60
A. W. Wilder..
C. W. Martin
Ole Finhart
-R. H. Dinsmore
J. H. Losinger
25
27
28
29
W. Haggerty
Amund Qualee
Walter Hill
G. N Beiseker
P. W. Kerkow.
L. G. Basford
acob Hoffman...
M. Teeter
Z. B. Daily
A. J. French
Wm. Vandegrift.
F. L. Rothe
A.W. Thornhill.
44
14.20
15.00
17.40
10.60
4.00
L. Thompson 1L60
Gee. E. Wilbour 10.20
A. R. Anderson 18 40
A. H. Hill 10.20
J. M. Larrabee g.so
23
25
30
31
3
D. Bosworth 8.30
Geo. Edgerton (j.'oo
F. P.
McBride 8.3a
C. E. Clark 1 20
H. W. Elms 1 20
1.20
1.20
1.20
1.20
6.00
.62
H. S. Smith
C. Whitton
L. G. Basford
C. W. Taylor
O. B. Morse
C. J. Johnson
A. Hunt 11.00
D. H. Drake..
J. R. Brownell
12.80
14.40
A. W. Thornhill 14.60
A. Lounsbury...
Ainmund Qualee.
A. P. McBride...
Walter Hill
D. McTavish
D. M. McDonald "2 20
H. G. Case 17 40
O. Clouse 96 80
Geo. Billings
Wm. Lewis
Thos. Hotson
W. Haegerty
W. B. Spencer
Lewis Kawn
H. J. Hanson ...... 21.00
Fred Gerhart 1&80
D. Watkins 17 20
A. J. Johnson
Burr Maxwell
O. C. LaBar
Wilson Beach
Alex Requa....
W.
7.40
13.00
14.80
2.20
18.00
20.60
14.20
20.60
16.40
22.00
2.20
14.20
17.00
8.00
R. Hetson 21.20
J. L. Dole 18.00
John Wagner 2L60
a r,
A. C. Johnson....
Wm. Rutherford.
J. R. Brownell
Court 15.00
O. Finhart Jr Deputy Clerk
of Court 15.00
Apr. 22 S. Sweningsen Clerk of...
Court 76.45
June 16 S. Sweningseu Clerk of...
Court 73.00
29 S. Sweningsen Clerk of...
Court 11.62
Sept. 11 S. Sweningsen Clerk of...
Court 24.45
30 S. Sweningsen Clerk of..
Court 27.00
A. Sweningseu Deputy
Clerk of Court 27.00
Total $611.98
PRINTING AND STATIONERY.
1886
Feb. 3 G. D. Barnard & Co. Book
Case Clk Ct $14.00
G. D. Barnard & Co Sta-.
tionery. 10.00
Pioneer Press Co Book and
Blanks 41.65
Widman & Sanford Books
Reg. Deeds 11.00
G. D. Barnard & Co Books 67.70
6 A. B. Hunkins Stationery.
and Printing
S Clemmer & Pooler Sta-...
tionery.
Jo
Stationery 41.50
Dorr & Wold, Stationery.. 33.79
Aug. 30 J. McKnight, Printing-... 7.00
Sept. 11 Pioneer Press Co., Blanks 5.50
do do do do 1.92
do do do Tax
lists 48.00
Pioneer Press Co., Blanks. 9.26
Nov. 6 Acres Blackmer& Co.,Sta-
tionery
Dec. 14 A. B. Hunkins, Printing..
16 Dorr & Wold, Stationery..
44
44 44
44
44
O. Ayers, Commissioners
fees 15.00
44 44
44
6 John Gilligan, Commis­
sioners fees 80.90
John Gilligan, Commis­
sioners fees 43.00
14 44
44 44
22 Jno. Gilligan, Commission­
ers fees 14.00
May 12 J. B. Graves, Commis­
sioners fees 11.00
Jane 16 O. Avers, Commissioners
fees 9.00
4 44
•4
1886.
Feb.
27.80
25.00
19.60
26.00
26.30
20.80
80 Gullic Olson 18 00
O.G.Anderson
John De Reiner
E. J. Ames
Andrew Gemmei....
D. H. Drake
G. R. Church
J. Gilligan, Commissioners
fees 42.OO
44
O. Ayers, Commissioners
fees 15.40
4 44
H. C. Anderson, Commis­
sioners fees 71.10
44
J. B. Graves, Commission­
ers fees 35.00
4 44
C. L. Schroeder, commis­
sioners fees 33.35
Aug. 26 O. Ayers,Commissioners fees 23.55
Bept. 11 J. Gilligan, Commission­
ers fees 33.00
44 44
44
44
H. C. Anderson, Commis­
sioners fees 56.00
20 J. B. Graves, Commission­
ers fees 34.00
11 C. L. Schri eden Commis­
sioners fees 39.00
44
24 J. B. Graves, Commsion
ers fees 14.00
Total $873.37
4A.IL EXPENSES.
3 Lars. Nicolaisen, washing
for jail $4.12
4 Frank Payne, washing for
jaii 40.80
P. H. Zender, work on jail. 5.62
8 Dalagar Bros, Goods for
jail, 9.25
10 G. Schlender, Repairing
Clock for jail 2.00
13 Detwiler & Hilker, work
on jail 10.00
22 R. Dunkelmann, Goods for
5.95
Mii"
25.40
16.20
18.00
2.20
23.00
2.00
10.00
2.20
16.20
Apr. 3 Mrs. F. Payne, washing
for jail
June 16 C. Sullivan, whitewashing
for jail 6.00
44
1886
Nov. John Peterson, from Vill
Grand Meadow
14
44
44
g60
17.60
8.00
D. L. ChandJer 17.50
F. A. Carll .!
Oct. 11 D. B. Vaughan
Nov. 11 G. H. Litchfield
Total $i,5561.02
CLKKK OF COURT FEES.
1S86
Feb. 4 S. Sweningsen Clerk of...
Court $342.46
Mch. 22 S..Sweningsen Clerk of...
44
17.70
17.20
4.20
44
44
May 3
44
Assessment Books etc... 77.00
k'
Apr. 22 J. J. GilbertsoikPrinting.. 22.60
w" H. O. Basford Printing.... 280.23
May 28 Parker & Botsford Print-.
ing 2.75
June 15 I. D. Converse Printing... 2.25
C. H. Davidson Printing.. 80.49
16 Widman & Sanford
Books Register of Deeds 43.25
Pioneer Press, Blanks 10.50
do do Stationery.. 7.50
19 A. B. Hunkins, Printing &
Stationery 7.25
23 H. O. Basford, Printing &
Stationery 21.45
29 Geo. D. Barnard, Books &
11
June 2
32.10
14.96
Mills & Johnson Station-..
eiy 37.25
10 J. McKnight Printing 10.80
17 Dorr & Wold Stationery.. 30.91
22 H. O. Basford Printing 25.00
Mch. 6 C. H. Davidson Printing.. 54.75
27 Geo. D. Barnard & Co
44
Geo.D. Barnard & Co Sta­
tionery Reg Deeds 11.35
Pioneer Press Co Station-.
ery 19.70
Pioneer Press Co Printing 15.00
44
4
A
44
Sept. 1
44
4
44
9
Oct. S
Nov. 27
11
9.55
12.25
28.31
Clemmer & Pooler, Sta­
tionery
44 44
Pooler & Webber, Station­
ery
Total $1,176.63
COMMISSIONER'S FBBS.
1886
Feb. 3 O. Ayers, Commissioners
fees $34.75
Dec. 9
16.08
12.03
Feb.
O. Ayers, Commissioners
fees 15.00
O. Ayers, Commissioners
fees 17.53
H. C. Anderson. Commis­
sioners fees 41.00
J. B. Graves, Commission­
ers fees 31.00
C. L. Schroeder, Commis­
sioners fees 40.25
44 44
44 4
44 44
44
$5.00
G. W. Benner, from Vill
Dexter
44
3.20
2.40
A. O. Myhre from Vill Lyle
44
G. N. Campbell, from Vill
Taopi
5.00
M. N. Bowden, from Town
Bennington
W. P. Hoppin, from Town
Grand Meadow
44
2.00
J. H. De Remer, from Town
Nevada
3.00
J. F. Tompkins, from Town
Red Rock
41
2.00
John Gjerness from Town
Sargeant
4'
Adams
4.40
R. A. Schultz, from Town
Le Roy
Gullik Olson, from Town
6.00
G. C. Allen, from Town Lyle
44
K. Iverson, from Town Lodi
44
F. Gibbs, from Town of
Clayton
44
44
41
5.00
Wm. Brown, from Town
Pleasant Valley
6.80
J. R. Campfleld, from Town
Racine
E. O. Hovda, from Town
Frankford.
6 G. W. Phillipps, from Town
Marshall
Total $87.00
EXPENSES OF INSANE.
1886
Apr. 21
Total $299.65
WITNBSS EBBS.
1886
Jan. 18
R. I. Rowley
J. J. Rowley.
C. Hbgenson
Eugene Crane...'
H. P. Coleman
Wm* Hayes
Martin Hall
M. A. Hall
S. Fuller.
A^E. Markham
Fred Kyle
P. H. Casey...
J. C. Mlnette.
M. Lewnr
Mrs. M. Leary
M* Leary
Chas. Hart...
T. Sch.nl
tz
G. C. Adams
Vietta Shapley
Abner Hunt
Alva Hunt
Mrs. O'Leary
Geo. W. Palmer.
M. O'Leary
& Robinson
J. M. Maxfield
J. Branning
J. W. Rising
W. Wachlin
J. W. Rising
44
C. L. Schroeder, Commis­
sioners fees 20.00
C. L. Schreeder, Commis­
sioners fees 21.00
H. C. Anderson, Commis­
sioners fees 28.50
25 Jno. Gilligan, Commission­
ers fees 20.00
Feb. 26 H. C. Anderson, Commis
sionersfees. 18.00
Mch. 29 Oscar Ayers, Commission
era fees 26.44
Apr. 2 H. C. Anderson, Commis­
sioners fees 20.10
19
Mch 16
41 «i
44
17
18
John Johnson
Chas. Parker
John Bechel
Thomas Riley
W. L. Bush
C. Chase
P. Vandenoever
L. K. Patchin
E. P. Scott
Frank D. Patchin
H. P. Bush
L. D. Jackson
L. D. Jackson
G. Kennedy
W. J. Drake
John Bechel
J. Weisel
J. Weisel
John Johnson
Thos. Riley
L. D. Jackson
T. K. Keyser
F.Ryan.
J. H. Mansfield
H. G. Case
Edward Cotter
Pat Gilling
D. Spreckels
H. H. Hubbard
M. Cotter
E. Barrows.
Thos. Gibson
T. Purcell
J. Tyrrell
M. Nagle
Chas Cotton
C. H. Cotton
E. Cotter
S. Peck
G. M. Alsdurff
D. Spreckels
B. E. 8timson
H. H. Hubbard
B. E. Stimson
C. Horstman
H. Horstman
A. B. Warren
19
44
20
44
22
44
23
44 44
.. 20.50
I it
44
31
Apr. 3
•t 11
June 23
44
26
II
July 14
44
17
44
18
44
22
44
30
Aug. 6
Sept. 8
44
22
5.00
F. Payne, washing for jail. 7.75
19 Kornberg & Conrad, work
on jail 6.00
44
8. C. Olson, work on jail.. 1.60
June 29 S. C. Olson, work on jail 21.75
44 44
F. Payne, washing for jail 3.75
Oct. 11 Part payment on new jail 1,000.00
Dec. 4 Cook and Davidson, goods
for jail 5.73
22 J. 8. Kearney & Co.,
r. 8. Kearney & Co.,
Plumbing jail. 482.84
J. 8.
Mitchell, work on jail 15.95
.$1,583,61
P. Byrnes.
A. McDonald.
Prank Lacey........
D. L. Tanner
G. W. Gray
R. Dunkelman
P. M. Johnson
C. A. Warren
8. P. Smith
Chas. Johnson
Peter Byrnes
Joseph Adams.
Anton Nelson
John Dotson
G. H. Stoyle
L. Hollister
Sarah Dotson
Delia Sage
L. KitteTson
M. Gregson
M. 'McCourt
J. Mansen
O. C. La Bar
H. G. Case
Nels Peterson
Mrs. Nels Peterson
D. Spreckels
H. G. Case
H. H. Hubbard
H. W. Elms
T. Riley
S. Sweningsen
27
28
7.80
5.00
J. L. Neller, from Town
Udolpho
29
4.00
2.40
4.80
30
6.80
44 44
F. Mehan..
44
4*
J. Wickerman
6.00
44 44
W. Horrobin
Oct. 1 Jno. Bechel
3.00
20 M. Stevenson, from Vill
Brownsdale
44 44
W. T. Bowen
44 44
Geo. Wood
2.40
44
2 J. Weisel
44
44
Insane 3.00
J. J. Gilbertson, Conveying
Insane to Hospital 25.20
L. D. Jackson, Examining
18
Insane 3.00
L. D. Jackson, Examining
Insane 4.50
G. D. Pearce, Examining
Insane 6.60
Aug. Quandt, Conveying
Insaneto Hospital 9.00
P. Schleiger, Examining
28
Aug. 7
44
11
10
44
24
Feb.
Insane 3.00
Aug. Quandt, Conveying
Insane to Hospital 14.40
L. D. Jackson, Examining
44
Insane 6.00
K. Thompson, Conveying
Insane to Hospital. 18.00
I. N. Pike, Conveying In­
sane to Hospital 11.40
C. H. Johnson, Examining
Insane 3.00
J. M. Maxfield, Examining,
Conveying and Expenses 38.40
W. L. Hollister, Examining
Insane 3.00
J. P. Squires,. Examining
Insane 3.00
L. D. Jackson, Dr. Johnson
and Mr. Hovda, Examine
ing and Expenses. 12.80
49.00
1.12
4.28
7.76
4.28
5.6:)
5.12
5.00
5.00
5.84
1.12
1.12
2.12
1.12
1.12
1.12
4.00
1.12
1.12
4.24
1.84
2.20
1.84
2.08
1.36
1.60
2.80
1.96
1.72
1.12
5.96
5.96
5.96
2.96
8.44
5.60
8.08
3.32
2.86
2.32
1.66
1.66
3.80
3.40
5.60
5.60
5.60
5.60
8.84
1.12
1.12
1.12
5.36
8.20
5.40
5.44
5.60
5.96
10.00
2.12
4.12
6.
l.W
J. W. Rising
W. Allen
C. E. Muncy
W. B. Morton
W. D..Williams
Nels Peterson
S. B. Woodsum
J. A. Mills
H. W. Elms
E. Pinckney
F. Mehan
Mrs. M. Heck
C. Warren
J. S. Bishop
Chas. Cotton
H. Heineke.
D. McGrath
J. E. Murphy j....
A. B. Warren
L. Hollister
2.36
2.12
2.24
8.04
6.20
1.12
4.44
8 T. Kirby ".7.7.7
G. L. Case.
Henry Murphy.
F.I. Crane...:.,
John Rustad
B. E. Stinson
C. L. West
L. F. Clausen
T. K. Keyser
D. H. Stinson
J. O'Leary
M. O'Leary
44
J. J. Gilbertson, conveying
Insane to Hospital $19.25
W. L. Holli8tel", Examin­
ing Insane 3.00
H. Merzog, Conveying In­
sane to Hospital 16.15
O. W. Gibson, Examining
16
44
21
Nov. 17
Dec. 4
Total $597.22
COURT nOUSE AND GENERAL EXPENSES.
1886
44
Insane 3.00
Sven Anderson, Convey­
ing insane to Iowa 10.50
A. Johnson, Conveying in­
sane to Hospital 17.85
J. C. Owen, Conveying in­
sane to Hospital 16.25
A. W. Allen, Examining
16
Insane 3.00
J. P. Squires, Examining
Insane 8.00
O. W. Gibson, Examining
13
21
44
31
44
Insane 6.00
G. M. Alsdurff, Examining
Insane and expenses 11.15
F. J. Hill & A. McGowan,
44
Conveying Insane to
Hospital 23.20
W. L. Hollister, Examin­
ing Insane 3.00
O. W. Gibson, Examining
3 O. Ayer83 days on Audit-,
ing Board $9.00
44
44
23 French, Potter & Wilson,
Chandeliers & Lamps,
for Ct. House 341.50
44
26 Sanford Tanner, Interest
on County Order 84.90
Mch. 27 H. W. Elms, Postage... 6.00
44 44
June 16 Jas. Truesdiell, work on Ct.
House
44 44
H. W. Elms, Postage 3
months
44 44
H. W. Elms, Abstracting
1877 & 1878 Del. tax......
44 44
James Truesdell, money
paid for sawing wood..
wing
44
19 A. E. Cox, Livery for Com­
missioners-
44
22 Clemmer & Pooler, Goods
for Ct. House 27.96
44 44
$3.64
3.64
3.76
4.88
4.64
1.84
3.64
3.64
3.64
5.20
1.15
18.12
2.92
2.80
2.80
M. M. Trowbridge, Listing
Mortgage*.
44
23 Thompson Bcos., Abstract­
ing & Recording
44
29 H. W. Elmsy 3 days on Aud­
iting Board
July 17 H. Roberts, wood for Ct.
House
Aug. 16 A. V. Ellis, Trees, for Ct.
House Grounds
44
44
S.80
8.80
1.60
1.12
1.84
4.28
4.76
8.80
4.12
3.80
4.28
4.60
8.92
4.28
4.78
1.12
1.12
1.1S
1.12
1.12
44
80 H. C. Wakiecker, Work on
Ct. House 1.00
Dec. 1 C. P. Jones, Interest on
44
90 A. H-HilL, Oil for Court
House 1.20
Total 1,851.37
POOH FARM AJTO OTIIKR BXPKX8BS OF POOR
1886
Jan. 13 E. R. Earie, Temporary
lief for B. WaraL.....
A. Friedrich, Temporary
relief for paupers
44
44
44
1
Poor farm
44
44
Mcb» 15 A. W. S&gp,. Temp. Relief
self 5.00
44 44
44
80.40
4.44
1.86
1.36
2.12
1.36
28.00
1.24
1.12
9.60
9.60
1.36
1.36
5.08
1.24
2.20
3.84
2.84
2.84
4.08
1.84
3.72
1.12
4.48
2.24
3.00
14.40
1.12
1.12
4.12
1.12
1.12
2.44
2.21
2.84
2.12
1.12
4.32
1.12
1.12
4.12
1.12
2.80
2.80
44
44
44
M. O'Leary Wood for...
Court House. 23.43
6 W. T. Miller Ink for Court.
House
44 44
44 44
1.25
C. D. BeldenPostage etc... 14.20
44 44
D. B. Smith, Coal for
County 495.96
41 44
G. H. Allen,.Surveying 9.00
8 J. F. Andrews, Hardware
for Ct. House 9.95
4 4 44
11 Geo. Sharp, work on Ct.
House Grounds 7.50
44
22 Jas. Truesdell, Cash r»aid
for work on Ct. House
Grounds 42.15
44
44
44
10.00
4.25
C. W. Taylor &JCO., Goods
for Ct. House.
7.05
1.
13 E. W. Siocum, Coal 4
families 12.50
44
21 E. W. Siocum, Coal and
wood 5 families
15.50
29 E. W. Siocum, Coal for
Poor
44 44
10.00
H. H. Hill Temporary Re­
lief, Freeman family....
44
30 J. Chandler & W. Ken­
nedy, Temp. Relief for
C. Blyton
Feb. 1 Gullik Olson. Temp. Relief
for E. Opheim
8 H. W. Bullis, Boarding
4.35
Paupers 24.50
44
N. C. Livingston, R. R.
fare to Iowa
4 Sweningsen & Johnson,
6 Jas March, Temp. Relief
for Mrs. Jacobson
8 J. F. Fairbanks, Coal and
67.41
Dalagar Bros., Goods for
Threshing on Poor farm
13 F. I. Crane, Lumber for
Poor farm 59.59
44
E. W. Siocum, Coal for 4
families
44
Poor farm 18.95
26 Peter Martin, Assisting
Pauper 20.10
Mch. 1 A. H. Hill, Temp, relief,
Mrs. Ford 2.23
8 A. H. Hill, Temp, relief,
Old Mr. Herzog. 8.25
13 E. W. Siocum, Temp, re­
lief 2 families 10.03
44
John Gilligan, Teibp. re­
lief E. Opheim 10.00
13 E. W. Siocum, Coal two
families 5.00
J. Ritter, Temp. Relief
self 20.00
18 P. King, Temp. Relief
Pauper 1.80
26 E. J. Amers, Extras for
feed-mill. Poor farm 3.50
44
30 A. H. HilL Temp. Relief
Old Mr. Herzog 2.50
44
81 P. P. McBride, Goods Poor
farm 7.40
Apr. 2 Joe Schwan^Shoes for Pau­
pers 2.25
44 44
44
44
44
44
C. D. Wilson, Temp. Relief 5.50
3 E. W. Siocum, Wood and
coal 3 families 4.90
6 J. Keenan. Use of Corn
planter Poor farm 2.50
14 A. H. Hill, Temp. Relief
Mrs. D. An way 4.40
44
17 E. W. Siocum, Temp. Re­
lief two families 9.50
19 A. Moonan, Temp. Relief
Geo. Scott 7.00
44
27 W. Lamb, Temp. Relief
Care of Paupers 15.00
June 3 J. S. Knudson, Help for
crippled son 50.00
44
44
8 C. H. Coleman, Temp. Re­
lief two families 13.84
9 Mary An
way, Temp. Relief
self 7.00
44
16 J. F. Fairbanks, Coal for
Poor farm 32.95
44 44
M. Leary,. Wood for Poor
farm 66.00
44 44
•4
Sarah Gunderson. work on
Poor farm 21.50
44
4*
A. H. Hill, Goods for Poor
farm 17.24
44 44
C. W. Taylor & Co., Goods
for Poor farm 50.52
44
Johnson & Smith, Work
for Poor farm 29.55
18 L. S. Willard, Goods for
Poor farm 1.96
44 44
44
44
M. M. Trowbridge Record­
ing for County 11.75
S. T. Clark Goods for
Court House 83.75
44
H. W. Elms Postage etc... 23.00
4 J. Palmer Sawing Wood... 2.00
A. H. Hill, Temp. Relief
poor 7.25
19 Anna Garvey,Temp. Kelief
8elf
44
26 Dettelbach Bros., Goods
Poor farm... 12.90
44 44
Peter Martin, Temp. Re­
lief for poor 13.89
44
Olava Hanson, Care of pau­
per 80.00
June 30 W. Lamb, care of pauper 10.00
July 2 J. Schwann goods poor farm 2.70
44
2 S. S. Baken, goods paupers 2.00
•4
44 44 44 44 44
44
44
G. L. Case Young's Stat-..
utesMinn 5.00
44
G. L. Case, Postage 25.00
44 44
44
J. Lamping, work on Ct.
House Grounds 45.80
44 44
A. H. Hill, Oil for Ct.
House 1.00
8 Hall and West, Goods pau­
pers 7.63
9 C. H. Johnson, Medical at
tendence pauper 3.00
44
C. H. Wilbour, Abstracting
for County 5.00
11 H. O. Rue, work on poor
farm 40.00
44 44
44
1.75
9.00
44
30.90
12.25
7.00
36 O. Ayers, 3. day» on Aud­
iting Board
27 E. B. Crane, Surveying-..
Sept. 8 F. P. McBride, GoodTct.
House 3.00
4*
11 H. W. Eltns, Postage 3
months. 9.0Q
Oct. 3 First Nat. Interest
on County order 80.00
C. W. Clark, Temp Relief 3.00
23 Mrs. C. Sodergren, Temp
Relief 10.00
44
29 J. Ferguson, Temp Relief.. 1.50
Oct. 9 Patrick Rawn, Temp Relief 12.00
23 Fiehn and McMahn, Temp
Relief McMaster's family 4.50
44
#44 Wm. Abrams, Temp relief
self 3.50
Nov. 3 H. W. Bullis, Temp Relief
2 parties ...i 3.25
44
1.50
E. W. Siocum, wood for
Ct. House— 16.50
44 44
6 Mary Willard, Temp Relief
self 5.00
44
8 H. Siocum, Temp Relief 2
families 7.25
44
9 A. H. Hill, Temp. Relief
Mrs. Kaley 4.25
12 A. Friederich Temp Relief
Old Mr. Herzog 3.50
44 44
11.31
4*
9.00
44
9.00
2.50
Wm. Cavanaugh, Temp.
Relief, pauper 10.00
13 H. C. Anderson, Temp R'lf
E. Nelson 20.00
44
15 Mrs.Kiley Temp Relief....
self $.00
Dec. 2 J. E. Ingalls Temp Relief..
44 44
44
Mrs. Kiley ...... 5.85
13 Keenan and Edgerton
Threshing on Poor farm. 22.85
F. P. McBride Goods. Poor
farm 27.39
44 44
Geo* Clough Work on
Poor farm 1.00
18 Mary Olson Car* of
Pauper 25.00
44 44
44
Bridge order. 850.00
44
N. Kolle Care of Pauper.. 17.00
20 J. Solner Goods.
Poor
farm 5.21
44 44
44
AH. HillGoods-Poorfarm 33.55
22 W. Mears Work on Poor.
farm 1.00
23- F. 1. Crane Temp Relief
J. O. Crotten. 15.00
44
44
re-
44
$7.00
44
D. B. Smith Coal for
Poor farm 19.17
24 Geo. Curtis.Temp Relief.
for Pauper 10.00
28 P. Zender Care of Pauper. 3.00
80 Myhre and Lund Goods...
forpaupecs 12.90
Total 1,817.85
RETVNDKD TAX.
1886
Jany. 15 K. Olson Double assess....
ment 4.69
Feb. 5 E. J. Velo on 80 a sold by..
error for 1873 and 1874... 23.05
44
12.0)
10.00
26 Geo. Nugent 1867 tax paid
twice 7.00
Mch. 8 A. H. Merrill on R. R.
44
44
250
Shoes for Paupers
10.00
Wood, Poor farm
44
44 44
81.67
Dalagar Bros., Temp. Re­
lief L. Peterson
10 E. H. Lewis, Conveying
44
6.00
Pauper to Poor farm....
7.90
W. T. Hughart, Care of
Pauper
11 Hall & West, Goods for
Poor farm
44
44
1.50
6.10
A. W. Allen, Care of Pau­
per
12 Keenan and Edgerton,
44
34.77
9.85
J. Solner, Goods Poor
farm 44.51
15 Myhre & Lund, Assisting
Paupers 29.07
16 M. C. Haney, Work on
Poor tarm 100.00
22. R. Dunkelmann, Goods for
Land 34.85
9 Jas. Davidson tax sold by.
error 91.48
11 W. A. Rankin tax paid...
by mistake 2.88
44
12.75
22 Treasurer Brownsdale er­
ror in apportionment 9.13
Apr. 8 Jas Crosson Overpaid....
tax 1.98
44
44
43.92
C. W. Taylor, Goods for
Poor farm
15 C. A. Roy Over paid tax. .55
26 A. H. Merrill on R.
Lands 46*78
44 44
W. F. Lindeman on
School Land 65.13
W. F. Lindemann on R...
Lands 439.93
30 A C. Bisbee error in....
Del Rd tax .29
May 1 S. C. Bacon on Land. 15.66
25 J.jH. Wood tax paid...
twice 1.50
May 27 R. Olson, Double assess­
ment 3.03
June 7 C. Baldwin, Tax paid twice 23.35
44
8.00
5 8. C. Bacon, Tax on R. R.
Oct. 16 D. Watkins, Road Dam­
ages
Dec. 14 J. P. Squires, Coroner's
fees
5SJ5
7 W. W. Sweet, Double
assessment 6.06
Aug. 13 L. R. Carswell, on State
44
Land 8SL13
Sept. 33 Jas. Davidson, sold by
error 2.39
Total $1,312.51
BRIDGE EXPENSES.
1886.
Mch. 18 D. J. Tubbs, Material and
work on Lyle Bridge... $160.00
17 J. Cronon, Tr. Windom,
for Bridges 510.00
May 26 Town of Lodi, for Bridges 500.00
Sept. 27 Town of Waltham, ior
Bridges 100.
I .cf 1
-5.-
CO
Total $1,260.00.
MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES.
1886.
July 17 J. P. Squires, Coroner's
faes $10.00
Aug. 18 Jno. Osborne, Road Dam­
ages 25.0)
Tcfcal ....$14839
LIST OF OUTSTANDING ORDERS
DRAWING NO INTEREST AND
DATE WHEN DUE.
FOB BRIDGES.
No.
136.
1199
1426
1427
142
8
Due Oct. 1.1887.
Apr. 1,1887
June 1, 1887
4 4 44
1429
8 Dalagar Bros. Temp. Relief
Corrigan family 5.00
44 44 44
1672 Due Dec. 1,1886 not presented
167
3
4 4 4 4 44 44
1674
1876
198
199
200
201
2 2
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
Due. Mch.
44 4 4 44
44 44 44
211
212
213
44 4 4 44
44
Nov.
44 44 44
44 4 4 44
3 25
22 S. C. Clark & Co., Goods
Poor farm 45.04
1001 for furniture
4.70
13 R. Dunkelmann, clothing
for paupers 20.35
28 C. H. Wilbour, Temp.
Relief Withamfamily... 20.00
Aug. 3 Myhre and Lund, care
pauper 10.20
17 Dalagar Bros., Temp. Re-Jfct
liefM. Anway 3.70
44
23 W. Lamb, care pauper 40.00
26 J. Solner, goods poor farm 2.70
44 44
H. O. Rue, work on poor
farm 20.00
Sept. 2 S. S. Baken, Medicine pau­
per 13.10
44
3 F. P. McBride, goods pau­
per 5.C0
44 44
44
4*
F. P. McBride, goods poor
farm 33.19
4 Richardson and Day, In­
surance on poor farm... 30.00
6 J. S. Knudson, temporary
relief self 15.00
$1,080.00
1,500.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
800,'0
1.450.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,(OJ.OO
1,000.00
1.009.1 0
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
800.00
1,1887.
Due Dec.
1,1887.
Total Indebtedness for Bridges
July
6,
$22,630.00
FOR NEW JAIL.
No.
1942
Due June
28,1887
$1,000.00
5,000.00
400.00
44
1957
1958
194
195
196
197
44
Nov.
12,
44
1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
Total outstanding Indebtedness
of all kinds
880.61
13,1887 1,000.00
1,000.00
1,000.00
Total Indebtedness for Jail..
$13,280.61
MISCELLANEOUS INDEBTEDNESS.
No.
past due not pre­
sented
1017
3,639.0
Loan to County due Jan.
1887,
1,
not presented
1018
Loan to county due Jan.
1887,
134
50D.C0
1,
not presented
Fair Grounds due Oct.
Total Miscellaneous
500.00
4, 1887 1,620.00
$6,259.00
$42,169.61
To cover the above indebtedness and for
other County expenses for the current year,
there is levied and extended on the tax
lists for the year
1886,
the sum of
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
County
of
$52,489.69.
Mower
).
We, the undersigned Commissioners in
and for the County of Mower, State of
Minnesota do hereby certify that the fore­
going is a true and correct statement of the
Receipts and Expenditures of Mower
County from the first day of January
to the second day of January
days inclusive.
1886,
1887,
both
E-CLDORB,.
C.
J. LOCKWOOD,
W. W. SwgET,
FRED CHRISTGAN,
JOHN BEACH,
Board of County Commissioners of
Mower County.
ATTEST
C. H. WLLBOCR,
County Auditor,
Mower Connty, Minnesota.
Biair Educational Bill..
A Washington special says the Blair
educational grab is showing unlooked
for strength in the House. All this
session petitions have been pouring in
asking the passage of: thi3-oc some-like
measure. The signs of a concerted
move, were plain,, and nobody paid
much attention to. the petitions, though
hundreds of them came from Knighta
of Labor, whose wishes it was- claimed,
no member would dacs- disregard
This manufactured, sentiment has had
more effect thaniwa&supposed.. Today,
during the calL of committees,, the
Educational and Labor Committees
were reaehed whan: but half aa hoar re*
mained. The backers of the Educa­
tional bill did not want to open the
fight in this short time, but had to
make some mova or lose their oppor­
tunity. So the* bill was called up and
a motion made to table iL This was
voted down by the surprising majority
of 165 to 76.. The hour had by this
time expired and the subject went over
till tomorrow The opponents of the
grab will be (Utile to filibuster through
the time then*, but the show of strength
made in behalf of the bill leaves it un­
certain whefchan these tactics can suc­
ceed all through the session.
It was remarked that more than a
two-thirds, vote had been caal against
tabling the measure, and this vote
would enable it to be passed under a
suspension of the rules.. Even if the
subject were fought off till the end of
the session, the last six days are open
to passag* under suspension, and by
taking the bill just as it came from the
Senate the scheme might be consum­
mated. The members who are pushing
the job* claim that all their men were
not on hand today, and that their full
support will show up tomorrow, when
they will call the yeas and nays on the
first dilatory motion. The time may
all be taken up in this way, but they
will be satisfied if they made a show­
ing slightly better than that of this
aftern«xn. It is possible that they are
over confident in their boasting, yet the
opposition to the bill will have to put
in some hard work before the tide can
he turned. The pension measures
passed will probably take $25,000,000 a
year out of the National Treasury in­
stead of eleven million, as was esti­
mated. With seventy-nine millions
more given to States which will not
pay the cost of their own teaching, the
problem of the surplus would be solved
in short order.
Canthartdes for Hydrophobia.
Chambers' Journal: A Russian
doctor says that he has successfully
treated with oantharides some patients
who were bitten by a wolf. Three
men were badly bitten by tjxe animal in
various parts of the body, and
cantharides plasters were applied to the
wounds. At the same time, powdered
cantharides was administered to each
in doses of one grain each day, until
certain well known
s3rmptoms
were ex­
hibited. These patients have now been
in perfect health for eight montha
since the bites were given, and it is
hoped that cantharides has thu
proved a successful remedy to the dire
disease with which they were
threatened.
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