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Otto Mielke
John Johnson ..
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P. A. Wall
Herman Stark
J. W. Kolbe
Wm. Remus
A. J. Fischer/
G. E. Sambrecht
Robt. C. Sambrecht
John Lieb
Claus Meinert
John Regelin
Herman Voge
And. Hanson
Geo Moldan
Jacob Hanson
Geo. J. Helget
Geo W Helget
M. Steffel
Wm. James
Halvor Larson
John Schous
Henry Liesenfeld
Paulson
Geo Marti
Anton Zeig
Geo Zeng
"Wm Boettger
Nick Permantjen
Theo Mohr
Joseph Pfeiffer
Gottlieb Oswald
"Wm Prahl
Charlotte Ruemke
Albert Anderson
Andrew Anderson
Joseph Fleissner
Wenzel Schwinghammer
Martin Schwinghammer
Jos Schiffert
Frank Romberg
Wenzel Schueller
John Halvorsen
Mary Penning
Fred Alwin
Henry Dohrmann
Dan Marum
Hy Boettger
Wm Berg
John Essig
Frank Pascher
Ing Brude
John Hehng
E. Gilbertson
Bert Prescott
Emil Hansen
Mrs Breitkrentz *...
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Fred Zick
Jos Shart
Ernest Rolloff
W. Selmer
Henry Moll
Hy Moll
Theo. Waibel
And Ubl
Jorgen Tande
Rollof Hyne
Manderfeld
O Johnson
A W Pederson
JSrland Lien
Ernst Ott
Albert Ott
Albert Otto
Kuelbs
Fritz Wilfarht
Jacob Jensen
John Cutting
Aug Schultz
Stephen Sellner
Geo. Saff ert
Andrew Duetsch
Wm Voltin
S. Robertson ....
Chas. McGregor
Gustav Bruess
Christian Johnson
Herman Fritsche
John Paulson
Peter Seifert
Hans Bjorneberg
Frederickson
Henry Knees
Vincent Schimschock
John Schimschock
Anton Ruby
Augusta Schwartz
Nels Nelson
Halvor Halvorson
John Nelson
Nick E Nilson
Christian Larson
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Otto Schreyer ...
Fred Cass
Geo Guth
Jacob Schmitt
Fred Schutt
Fred Frobose
Fred Heidemann
Frank Augustine
Mary Renner
Hillesheim
Isaackson
Martin Kjelshuns
Christ Lendt
Martin Penning
George Kretsch
Jas Martinka
Mat Kunz
Geo Maho
Guttorm Thorsen
John Peach
Burke
Johnson
John Trebesch
A. Schroepfer
Ferd Hofschild
Aug Fenske
Hutchings
Mary Hughes Est
W E Dittbenner
Jul. Gluth
Sevald Kjostad
Michael Wise
A Grabow
A Guetow
Jas Gould
Wenzel Vogel
Hans Larson
Aug Zellmer
Vine Klaus
Halver Evenson
Ole Evenson
Naub
Oliver Gehrke
Kate Stolz
Olaf Kjilshuns
Andrew O. Vee
Morrison
Martin Sorbel
Margareth Helget
Wm Schreyer
Albin Vehkanje
John Wmdschitl
Henry Raschka
Michael Laux
Geo Pautzke
Reinhart Kolbe
Wm Prosch
Jeske
John Kryssler
Carl Kelms
Ole Peterson
Hans O Haugen
M. O Broste
Boddin
Henrietta Darrow
Tore Oren
Aug Vogel
Hans Blessum
Philip Filzen
Fred Haas
Hermann Jeska
Ludwig Bron
Edward Casev
Ole E Joramoe
W Gieseke
Frank Wandersee
Chas Renner
Geo Johnson
Carstensen
Albert Gehrke
Carl Ott
Joseph Vogel
Carl Franz
Mary Ladd
Grenier
Hans Martensen
Hanson Bros
Jos. Schmidt
Geo Griebel
Fritz Guggisberg
Herm Dittbenner
Alb Pretzel
Gerhard Gulden
Robt. Altermatt
Ferdinand Marks
Gustav Riehert
Walter Jensen
L. Stlnhaus
Christ Frebesch
Kassuelke
Fred Lendt
Peter F. Ellandsen
Wm. Heymann
M. C. Schade
And Seifert
Adolph Honl ».
Peter Madson
N. W. Tesrow
Johanna Nelson
John Girg
Geo Tauer
Lorenz Dietz
Gottlieb Hmtz
David Sturm
Chas Remmele, Jr. *...
Anton Losleben
A. Kistner
Wenzel Raschka
Albert Ammundson
P. Q. Stetten
John J. Juenemann
M. Juenemann
Jos. Ziegenhagen
Wm. Timm
Anton Heule
Ed Wegener
Christ Johnson
John Dauer
Gustav Radke
Robt. Runck
Thore Hanson
Clark Brown ..
C. E. Armstrong ...,*..
A. R. Johnson ..i
W. Huiras
M.
H. Buggert
Thos. Forster
Carl Kautzmback
Otto Nuemann
Otto Friton
Joseph Portner ..
Adolph Weber ...
Edward Blomecke
Janna Wellner
Jos Fesenmaier ..
Otto Wiedemann
John Schmitt
Angus McLeod
Joseph Wiltscheck
Peter Geschwind
Wm. Guse
John P. Drexler ...
Chas Schnabel ...
Jacob Bakke
Frank Lee
Erick Sveim
Wm. Marti
Anton Schmid ...
Carl Battig
Aug. Frank
Jos. Pelzel
Wm. Brinkmann ..
Andrew Losleben
Aug Pitzner
Even Larson
Richard Sydow ...
Ben Sydow
Otto B. Rono
August Becker
E. I Dreser
H. Seidl
Fred Crumlett
Carl Schlack
A. Manderfeld
Auguste Braum ...
Edward Nichols ...
Olaf Solberg
Frank Sipka
Carl Beltz
Claus Heinricks ...
H. W. Bnggs
Mrs. H. A. Moen ..
Christ Johnson ...
Jos. Hartneck ...
Chas. Ganske
Alb. H. Anderson
John Domeler
Fred Schlack
Christ Lilliodden .,
Peter Ruh
Peter Newdahl ...
Albert Meyer
Wm. Hillesheim ...
.J. Milller
And. Steinmetz ..
Louis. Bloemeke
J. J. Schumacher
Casper Olstad
93 Merit Haraldson
93 H. Kremin
93 N. B. Neumann
93 Alois Dietmann
93 carl Gluth
93 A Schrimp
93 J. L. Moody
93 Robt. Jank
93 H. Hoy
93 Aug. Timm
93 Henry Meyer
93 Edward Prahl
93 Fred Orth
93 Frank Windsehitl
93 H. A Clasen
93 Ole Thorkelson
93 Jens Fredrickson
93 Aspelund
93 Gottleib Arndt
93 Hy Wagner ..
93 B. Augustm
93 Wm. Prechl
93 Werner Juenemann
93 Alfrid Reim
93 c. W. Heinmann
93 C. D. Griffith
93 F. A. Tuttle
93 F. M. Kennedy
93 W. P. Grimes
93 Mike Brandel
93 Mark Current
93 Chas. Clement
93 Martin Arbei
93 A. Dittbenner
93 Bern Kotten
93 George Marti
93 Gust Mielke
93 Mary Gilmore
93 John W. Koester
93 C. H. Eichholt
93 Andrew Laube
93 A. C. Ochs
93 Geo. P. Forster
93 Wm. Rossback
93 Fred Radetzke
93 Crona Bros
93 John Krab
93 A. G. Falk
93 Geo. Martinka
93 Aug. Rossow
93 Wm. Bielke
93 J. Johnson
93, John Korbel, Jr
93 Ch. Stuebe
93 Christ Engel
93 P. D. Raverty
93 Jos. P. Filzen
93 W. E. Koch
93 Wm. Roglin
93 Albert Kotten
93 And. Dauer
93 Chr. Spelbrink
93 And. Sperl
93 H. O. Schleuder
93 L. Schmiesing
93 S. Mathiowetz
93 Philip Saehs
93 Chas. Thompson
93 L. C. Thordson
93 Joseph Schaefer
93 Philip Kaufenberg
93 Carl Kuntz
93 Syver J. Bergum
93 Peter Domeier
93 Wenzel Neudecker
93 Geo. J. Grossman
93 Mary Hoffman
93 P. Sumonsen
93 Rich Twenty
93 Otto Greenberg
93 Herman Pfamder
93 Carl Engel
93 Aug. Ott
93 Jul. Melzer
93 Fred Just
93 Jos. Sonkup
93 John J. Soukup
93 Jacob Rossback
93 Alois Krymarzick
93 Jacob Geiger
93 Herman Jeske
93 J. C. Strom
93 Addy
93 Clement Bower
93 Fillingham
93 Michael Fuchs
93 Carl Reetz v.
93 Ludwig Olsen
93 .And. Kopp
93 A. Clausen
93 Jas. Frantz
93 Jos. Schlicker
93 Meyers
93 Jos. Kaseforth .
93 Henry J. Mueller
93 John Berg -r
93 Henry Mueller
93 Aug. Boelter
93 Peter Moe
93 J. J. Schwegeri, Jr.
93 Robt. Michaelis
93 Albert Plath
93 Henry Essig
Jos. Renner
Julius Krenger
Jacob Schmltz
H. Jungerberg
Jas. Fecker
Bertha Wojahn
Fred Sydow
C. E. Dotson
Mrs. C. H. Olsen ...
Jos. Heller
Otis A. Fox ,..
Alevina Hoppe
Chas. Hornburg, Jr.
G. B. Snyder
Wm. Duncan, Sr. ..,
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93 Ole H. Olsen
93 Ed Kreuger
93 Joe Ryan
93 Jos. A. Stadick
93 A. J. Robertson *.
93 Robt. Albrecht
93 Olaf Wallin
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2.79
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2.79
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3.72
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Total $1,511.26
County Poor Fund,
-4H'j RECEIPTS.
Balance on hand Jan. 1st 1902..^?P*£202 22
March settlement tax collection .. 1,118 20
June «s*. ™*«a 4,189 98
November "-iZ ",J
A
269 26
Total $9,769 66
DISBURSEMENTS AN RKCAPITUIA.TION
jw*/^& OF POOR FUND. A^MM&i
Physicians Statement "A" §£»645 24
Medicines Statement "B" sK,223 86
Relief orders issued by Co. Com
missioners Statement "C" 1,691 25
Miscellaneous Statement D"„ 886 87
Poor Farm Expenses Statem't "E' 2,012 38
Balance on hand Jan. 1,1803 400 57
Total $8,769
/Statement "A'
PHYSICIANS.
MEDICAL ATTENDANCE TO PAUPERS.
JiTew TJlm*:
*V'
Dr. G. F. Beachler
Dr. O. C. Strickler
Dr. G. F. Reineke
Dr. G. B.Weiser
Dr. J. L. Schoeh
Dr. E. W. Bayley
Dr. L. A. Fritsche
Dr.J.W.B.Wellcome, jr. SleepyEye
Dr. A. F. Strickler
Dr.Tho. Sullivan Springfield.:....
Dr. J. A. Prim, CoHifrey
120 75
18 26
175
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fcjl07 00
L,«- 20 25
4250
329
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1 68 00
52 45
Total $ 5451
Statement 't-'%*.
MEDICINE TO PAUPERS,
N
And. J. Eckstein
Eug. A. Ptefferle
W. G. Alwin
O. M. Olsen
Carl Weschcke, Springfield
J. A. Prim, Comfrey
S. B. Weiser, St. James
Drawn in favor of R. Pfefferle
New Ulm.
Mrs. Mary Martinka N
Mrs. A. Rewitzer -. ...
LarsBoe
Mrs.M.Nehls
Drawn in favor of Ruemke 4c Co,
New Ul
Mrs Johanna Macho Ne Ulm..
Michael Macho
Rosela Ambrosch
5 A 2-79
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And. Zwatsechke
Geo. Reineiger ..
Geo. Sulka
Sven Hagen
Otto Peterson A:
Jos. Schloegel $1
Ole Rorvig ..T «&*
Bjorn Rorvig *$*
Herm. Plowmann
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93
93
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Mrs. John Koestner, Ne Ul ...
Mrs. Susan Schmid
Mrs. Rosela Ambrosch
Mrs. Anna Wiesner
John Stuhlreiner
Drawn in favor of B. Behnke ic Co.
N
Mrs. M, Fuchs N
John Drexler
Mrs. Anna Krueger
Michael Fuchs
Mrs. M. Dahlmann
Mrs. E.Hess
118 7?5
28 5
64 30
280
100
600
7 45
Total $ 223
Elizabeth Filter
Mrs Therese Telitschka
Mrs. Aug. Stock
Rosella Ambrosch ....:,
Michael Macho ...
Fritz Werner ...
Mrs. Anna Wiesner
Mrs. Mary Wiesner
JohnEdler ...-*•
Drawn in favor of Bastian Se
Buschard, Ne Ul
Carl Grosse Ne ..,.
Mrs. M. Hoffmann
John Macho ''„.
Mrs. Susan Schmid
Drawn in '.favor of F, H. Behnke,
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Mrs. Mary Dahlman, Ne Ulm..
Mrs. S. Eisenbech
Drawn in favor of Wm. A me
New Ul
Mrs. Selm Waibel, Ne Ulm
drawn in favor of Wm. Durbahn,
N
John Edler, Ne Ulm
Drawn in favor of E. Nic. HeinenT
Ne
Mrs. M. Martinka, Ne Ul
Drawn ini favor of H. Nagel,
New Ul
Mrs. S. Waibel Ne Ul
Jac. Keller
Mrs. Anna Rewitzer
Sleepy Ey
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Mrs. S. Hutchings, Sleepy E ..lit
Mrs. M. Grause ..*.
Drawn in favor of T. G. Weber
Springfield
Mrs. Theresa Koherr, Springfield
Mrs.E.Nowack
H. Rivers ^.^
Bertha Schnlt* **5
36 00
200
40 00
25 00
20 00
60 00
400
80 00
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66 00
20 00
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800
48 00
200
30 00
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16 00
JO 00
S3 00
44 00
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Sleepy Ey 4f
J. Cerns, Sleepy E 63 00
Drawn in favor of L.P.Jensen, -.*- VA*-.
6c Co., sleepy Ey
J. Cerns, Sleepy Eye, stfa
Drawn in favor of C. C. Jorgensen
Sleepy Eye jm
C. Gunderman, Sleepy E ..J»
Mrs.H.S.Kath ........
Mrs.Fredrika Radsch,GoldenGate
Drawn in favor of H. McBain
SleepyEy
John Cerns,%leepy E „./. .*..
Drawn in favor of Ad. Altermatt
Drawn in favor of Carlson Bros.
Hanska
Ingela Pederson, Hanska J£g$
Drawn in favor of Linden JfcHan-^
ska Store Co., Hanska
John Johnson, Hanska
Mrs. H-. Thorsen
Mrs. Ann a Bjolorued „\I
Drawn in favor of L. Lamb Lum
ber Co., Hanska"
John Johnson, Hanska
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Alex WaibeT
Julius Pautzke iSpjj?
Mrs Jeppe Jensen ..
Gustav Kuehn
Auguste Serr
H. Wischstadt
Franz Sellner *.
Wm. Stark
Geo. Mack
Gust Kersten
P. J. Miller
Carl Wojahn
Tosten Paulson
John Ebilsisor
2.79
Drawn in favor of Torgrimson&
Blessum, Hanska
Mrs. Thorsen a a
Mrs. A. Bjolorued **, „.
Drawn in favor of Han Blessum
Hanska
88 00
89 00
60 00
Drawn in favor of Ole T. Haugen
Hanska -^^f*
J£rs. A. Bjolorued, Hanska. J?.*M® 12 00
Drawn in favor of Ernst Pickel
Golden Gate
Mrs. Fredricka Radsrhr, Golden
Gate 5 00
Drawn in favor of Fred Heimer- ~v.
dinger, Golden Gate %m
Mrs. Fredrica Radsch ff TOW
Drawn in favor of Geo. Ross
Springfield
C.Miller, Springfield 1. ¥00
Drawn in favor of G. P. Ives
Sleepy Ey
Mrs. S. Hutchings, Sleepy Eye.... 3 00
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Statement "C"
RELIEF ORDERS ISSUED FOR
SUPPORT TO OUTSIDE PAU
PERS OF POOR FARM.
Drawn in favor of Crone Bros.New
Mrs. Wilhelmina Schwertz Ne
Ulm
12 00
400
600
300
409
24 00
36 00
48 00
14 00
12 00
60 00
200
18 00
35 00
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Mrs. M. Hoffmann, Ne Ulm...'
CarlGrossse
Mrs. J. Koestner
Mrs. Johanna Macho ..,
.Total $1,69126
Statemenet "D.'^ A
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roster Bros.,for fui^ishingcofnn&S
for Mrs. Mary Landkammer New
Ulm a pauper deceased by or
der of Com. Eckstein $
EUa Montgomery, for attending
and nursing Mrs. Caroline -w«
18 00
400
Phelps of Sleepy Eye, a pauper, z&
by order of Com. Petersen #-*\«,
St. Alex. Hospital, for attending"
and nur&in& Mrs. Ira Miller a
county charge.ifrom Aug. 27th.Ik^Al
1901 to Dec. 16thf1901, by order of
Board of Co. Corn's 00
St. Alex. Hospital, for attending^ a*-.^
and nursing John Flanagan, abJw**
pauper from Aug 27th »01 to
1
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Nov. 25th 1901, by order of Board W$4r
of Co.Com's 96
St. Alex. Hospital, for attending .'^J
and nursing Mrs. a
00
Tormo, a county charge, fromW^?^
Aug. 27th 1901 to April 15th 1902 by
order of Board of Co. Corn's 230 71
Max Reinhart, for boarding a
lodging Ji Nelson, a county
charge from Nov. 14th to Nov. 25 fa
1901, by order of Com. Eckstein..
Geo. Schneider, fox board and
lodging Carl Kamholz, a pauper Vs
from Oct. 22nd to Dec. 10th 1901, ^J
by order of Com. Miller
C. V. Lamm, for board, washing
and lodging furnished to Carl "f
800
19 20
Kamhoz, a pauper from Sept.
14th to Sept. 30th 1901, by order of
Com. Miller.... ^. 300
Paul Klinkhammer, for boardland. & .,
lodging furnished to Jim Nelson,
a county charge, from Oct. 28th
to Nov. 13th !9ul, by order of Com.
Miller
Gust Wing, for attending, lodging
and clothes furnished to
Nelson, a county charge by or*
derof Com. Miller 54 00
Forster Bros, for bed and spring
furnished to C. Krug a county
charge, by order ot Com. Eck
stein
Peter Steffel, for opening and
closing grave for interment of
Julius Hahn, by. Order of Com.
Miller 3 00
Zschunke 6c Schilling for shirts
and pants furnished to George
Schottenbauer an inmate at
the county poor farm, by order
of Com. Eckstein 3 Q0
St. Alex. Hospital for attending ,
and nursing Christ Rushmeyer
a pauper, from Feb. 26th to
MarchZSth 1902, by order of Board
of C*. Commissioners 20 00
St. Alex. Hospital for attending
and nursing Frank Molitor a
pauper, from March 3rd to Ma rch
18th 1902, by order of Board of
Co. Commissioners „... 714
St. Alex. Hospital for attending
and nursing Herman Lemke, a -,
county charge, from March 12th
to April 5th 1902, by order of
Board of Co.Com's 1728
City of New Ulm, for opening and
closing grave for interment of
Wilhelmina Schertz, by order of
Com. Eckstein 4 00
Geo. P. Forster for coffin, digging
fravyeBeyerservice
^8100
8 00f
•6
56 00
25 00
800
*V? 25
350
4 350
300
lti
Mrs. R. Hartneck V« 5
Drawn in favor of J. F. Neumann
New Ul „,
Mrs.R. Hartneck N "13
Michael Fuchs i'
Mrs. E. Hesse
Mrs. M. Nehls
Wm. Bartl
John Heinz jg» ^...
Mrs. Susan Schmid ....
Drawn in favor of P. Christensen
and rendered for
on deceased, by order
of Com. Miller 1700
John H, Forster coffin furnished
for Mrs. Grans, a pauper de
ceased, by order of Com. Eck
stein 13 00
St. Alex. Hospital for attending
and nursing Mrs. Ira Miller a
pauper, from April 15th to May
12th 1902, by order of Board of Co.
Corn's 20 00
St. Alex. Hospital for attending
and nursing George Taautmuel- *,
lera paupar. from May 28th to
June 18th 1902, by order of Board
of Corn's 15 00
St. Alex. Hospital for attending
and nursing Anton Bauer, a
pauper from June 14th to June
23th 1902, by older of Board of
Corn's 6 48
St. John's Hospital for attending %«,
and nursing Anton Beyer, a *f
pauper, from March 24th to April
21st 1902, by order of Com. Miller
A. C. Rogers, Supi. of the Minn.
Institute for detectives for cloUi
in furnished to inmates of the
school for feeble minded from.
this county, viz:- «?*K
Albert Armstrong
Edgar Miller
Sheridan Subilia..
Margaret Koeber..
Mary Burke
John Portner
Mary Portner.«*...
Marcia Cassel
George Koeber....
Frankxindmeyerforlcow,?hogS,
650
00
70 00
15 00
16 00
00
36 00
16 40
3285
12 00
160
7 4)0
Mrs. Thorsen, Hanska...r.. 65
0 1
17 57
17 88
17 43
12 32
18 03
12 45
12 03
796
Total $182 68
Refund in order 395, 463, 2357, 2358
and 2569 issued
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JjvOSiPOOR FARM EXPENSESlI^
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9 geese, 40 chickens, 18 bushels of
potatoes, ton of hay, 1 stove etc $111 B)
Fedil Schneider for wood 8 00
Ochs 6c Baer, for tinware kettles
etc.... 24 82
Jphfa Lieb, fori ton of hay 8 00
R. 'Bfefferle, coffee oil, susar,
"brooms, soap, yeast etc 16 58
Chas. Fidler, oil. salt, rice, oat
meal, matches etc 8 60
£1. J. Buenger, Iron beds, springs.
mattress, wash stand, shades
pillows and chairs 23 40
Forster Bros, bed mattress, table
chairs, pillows and mirror 34 10
Frank C. Schnoberich, for meats 11 "40
John Zeller, for 141 lbs. of beef 8 46
Bastian 6c Bushard, for blanket*,
bed sheets, succar.comb, muslin v-25 05
B. Behnke & Co., for mitts, socks,
blankets and toweling „.. 3 85
JohnBedtzin,forflowr and feed.. 6 30
Jos. Hoffmann, 67 chickens and 1
cow.....r. r. fctoffl. 40
AntonHofimann,for 10bu. corn. ftC* 00
J.JBT. -wreddendorf, for I Bates &
Hawley mail box ..*... 275
Hubert G. Theisen, 1 Jersey cow. v- 18 00
John Bentzin, for flour and feed., tf ,15 70
John Lleb, for 2 tons of bay
ohn Zener, for vegetables
Arnold & Fritsche for stove, saw,
waBhar, stave pine etc.
F.H Retelaff, for 1 team horses,
oats, corn and steel harrow 148 75
F. H. Behnke, groceries, oil, etc... 7 45
John Bentzin, for flour and feed.. 9 OS
C. H. Hornburg, for 1 plow 14 00
Dietz 6* Amann, for 1 set of har
ness, halters* brush and curry
comb...
Robt. Fesenmaier, for 1 truck wa-
1
^.
0 1 0 a
a
1
700
500
Mary Landkemmer, a pauper,
by order of Com. Eckstein .* 4 03
A. Eckstein, railroad fare ad-'-.-!'
vanced to transport vagrants...' 10 59
Hanska Linden Store Co. for
groceries, dry goods and mer-^ Si**
chandise delivered to A a
9
Bjolorued a county charge by or
der of Com. Synsteby
Hugh McBain for a cord of wood
delivered to J. Cerns, a county
charge, by order of Com. Peter
sen 650
Siver Hage, for coal and wood de
livered to Harry Schott, a pau.
per, by order of Com, Svnsteby.. 2 40
Adolph Altermatt for shirts and
socks furnished to Jim Nelson, a
county charge by order of Com.
10 92
Miller 5 85
C. P. Lind«) for boarding and
lodging Wm. Heneg, a pauper
from Sept. 23rd to Oct. 22nd 1901,
by order of Com. Miller 12 00
R. Geisinger for meals served to
H. Bennett and John Flanagan,
paupers, by ordar of Com. Eck-'
stein .1 100
Crone Bros, for overshoes and
socks furnished to CarljClaus in
1900 by order of. Com. Schubert.. 8 25
John G. Holm for nursing Mrs. Ira
Miller, a pauper for 45 days fur
nished fuel and paid railroad
fare for taking patient to New
Ulm. by order ot Com. Miller. .. 50 00
Geo. P. Forster for^a coffin livery
etc to Jul. Hahn a laborer who
died in town of Burnstown, by
order of Com. Miller 16 00
August Debois for opening and
closing grave for interment of
9 60
85 85
gon spade, forks '. 6185
Gerhard Gulden, for oats 14 90
Ruemk 6e Co., blankets, quilts, 1
bed sheets, pillows, etc. 1 3 59
Tappe Co., for screens, door
frames, cellar sash frames 13 20
Andrew J. Eckstein, for seeds,
chicken medicine, etc
John Bentzin, for flour and feed...
Gottlieb Schrodt, for labor and
^S?*?
bo*
Christ-, Filzen Sr., for 5 hours la
bor with team, hauling gravel
F. Nagel 6c Co., for barn founda
tion..
Wm. Goede. erected a barn as per
contract
Geo. P. Dietz 6c Co., labor and ma
terial for doors, partition*, clos
ets, etc..
W. Goede, part payment on con
tract for moving and remodeling
chicken house and hog house...'
John Wartha, for labor and mater
ial painting building at poor
farm
Security Mutual Ins. Co. Insur
ance on buildings ., a
J. H. Forster, bed, spring and mat
tress *K 660
John Lieb, for hay 1 00
EagleJKoller Mill Co., for oats 5 50
Geo. Hauenstein for potatoes and
'sugar
Robt, Fesenmaier, sprinkler, sta
ples, corn planters, cultivators,
etc.
R. Pfefferle, coffee, potatoes, oil',
soap.etc
Minn. Cent. Tel. Co.,for telephone
service ..
Fidel Schneider, rental of dwell
ings adjoining poor farm. 72 0o
Fr. Lindmeyer, overseer's salary' 899 97
55 86
200 00
f26 95
f£0 75
*j20 00
28 10
L..«
82,012 88
County fSl
1 ^i'
Road & Bridge Fond
SJ •,"• -i_ RECEIPTS. *,
Balance on hand January 1, 1992.... $2,118 89
March settlement tax collection, i,089 63
June ," 7.....
4
,930 27
November ggg 47
A."J. Eckstein, for old bridge lumber 87 40
Total... $7,485 66
MSBTJRSEMENTS.
W.'S. Hewitt &Co., contract work, 96
feet steel approaches at Iberia
bridge $1,975 00
W. 8. Hewitt & Co., contract work
for a new steel bridge south of
Cobden ,...'. 2,544 00
Geo. Boock. profile and specifica
tions for Cobden bridge
Jacob Klossner, Jr., repairs on Metr
zen bridge
Geo. Boock, repairs on appproaches
of Richartz bridge »f
Jos. Filzen, hauling bridee planks
to Ibiria and Larabee bridge from
13 25
2'00
New Ulm
Lampert Lumber Co., lumber for re-»
pairs furnished to Ibiria bridge .. '42 45
Peter Christensen, lumber for re-«
pairs furnished to Iberia bridge.. .|
Math. Raymond, repairs on wlnd-^
horn bridge
Schmid* Lehrer, material and la-#
bor furnished repairing Sprine
fieldbridge ... ?./
7 50
32 60
(-4 5 00
Iberia bridge 7
Refunded by refunding orders NosJi
395,463,2357.2858,2559.. 1
Franz Gerlach,repiling bridge planks
at New Dim
W. S. Hewitt & Co., part payment on
the 40-foot steel approach at Gob
den bridge.
3190
4
400 00
APPROPRIATIONS.
Town of Prairieville. aiding con
struction of a bridge over the
North Branch in section 31 300 00
Town of Mulligan, aiding construc
tion of a bridge over the Little Cot
tonwood river between sections 10
„,andll 30000
Town of Bashaw, aiding to construct
a bridge across the Little Cotton
wood river between sections 14 and
15 200 00
Town of Stately, aiding to construct
a bridge across the Little Cotton
wood river between sections 25 and
_26 200 00
Town of Sigel, aiding to construct a
bridge across the Little Cotton
wood river at Wenzel Krai's place 300 00
Balance on hand January 1,1903 635 98
Total .....$7,485
/n
"7
County
Disinfection Fund.
RECEIPTS. 1
November
Total,
City of New Ulm, reimbursed for
control of contagious disease
Sleepy Eye Lake, reimbursed for
control of contagious diseases
Village of Springfield, reimbursed
for control of contagious diseases.
Town of Burnsnown, reimbursed for
control of contagions diseases
Town of Linden, reimbursed for con
trol of contagious diseases
Town of North Star, reimbursed for
control of contagious diseases ...
Town of Stately, reimbursed for con
trol of contagious diseases
Dr. J. W. B. Welcome, Jr., Sleepy
2000
Eye, visiting smallpox patients
Town of Mulligan, reimoursed, for
control of contagious diseases
P. MajewsM, Sleepy Eye, disinfect
ing houses, clothes, etc
Dr. J. A. Prim. Comfrey, disinfecting
houses, clothes, etc., and visiting
smallpox patients
S. Meyers. Comfrey, caring for small
pox patients at Comfrey
L. P. Jensen, Sleepy Eye, dry goods
furnished to John Boyla, by order
of board of health
L. Mogenson, Sleepy Eye, groceries
supplied to J. Fischer, by order of
the board of health
Tosch St Remus. Sleepy Eye. wood
delivered to G. Dayton, by order of
board of health
Sophia Bovia, Sleepy Eye, dry goods
ordered destroyed by order of the
board of health
Town of Lake 'Hanska, reimbursed,
for disinfection
Michael Williams, Home, for nursing
Wm. •Satchell, who was stricken
with a contagious disease
Ed Hoeller, Comfrey, boarding Mat
Pech, a smallpox patient ...
Herman Nemitz, Comfrey. bedding
furnished to Mat Pech while quar
antined...
Transferred to Co. Bevenne Fund,
law having been repeated,*},..*...- $1,861
8100
15 00
5100
65 00
13 0Q
595
10 60
18 15
700
27 45
C. Jorgensen, Sleepy Eye, goods
and merchandise furnished to Jul.
Jensen quarantined with scarlet
ever, byorder of health officers...
Jos. Schumacher, Jr., Comfrey. at
tending and nursing Mat Pech,
smallpox valient
Transferred to Co. Bevenne Fund...
Refunded by refunding orders Nos.
463,2858 and 2559
Balance on hand January 1,1903 566 46
County Dog
Private Redemption
Fundi
EECEIPTS.
Balance on hand Janoanr 1,1902
G. F. Schilling :.
William Bruce ,..
John Boock, et al..
A.W. Williamson.
Mrs. B. Regelin.
Jos. P. Vogel.
Jos. P. Vogel
L. H. Hackney
J. Niederhoefer.
Joseph Wech
Aug Peterle
William Cronley
Margaritha Mueller.
John Veit £*„&
Total...., $810 00
DISBURSEMENTS
w8m -«—5-'™-A'* ses8"3si««a
A. J. Grimmer, estate 3% $ 56 70
Brown County Revenue Fund 7 25
Chas. TV-
Joh.nABeltz.n
,9 00
Larso
os Eckstein
Chas.Q. Adams
W.C. Foster.
Julius-Pedde
Ferd. Juderjohn
Balance on hand January L1003... .vv
& T, Total 3 $810 96
Wan-antAccount Find
January 1,1902, amount of warrant
unredeemed $ 2,528 49
Warrants issued during the year
1902 140,31317
"3 Total $151,841
/i
Warrants redeemed during
year 1982 $151,707 79
Amount of warrants unredeemed
January 1,1903..._.v 5^43 87
Total $151,841
Current School Fund
Balanfeon hand January 1,1902....^ $
March apportionment from the
State. 4,529 20
October apportionment from the
State 7,296 00
R. Mielke, for liquor license 490 00
E. B. Hanson, for liquor license 490 00
Heyman Bros., for liquor license.... 490 00
0. Schneider, for liquor license 490 00
J. J. Ray, fines from justice court .. 38 00
N. Henningsen, fines from justice
court 20100
P. Geschwind, fines from justice
court 34 00
C. S. Peterson, fines from justice
court ^.^15 00
1. Gallagher, fines from justice cenrt' 180 00
O. P. Linda, fines from juste court..
E. Brandt, fines from justice court.
A. W. Peterson, fines from justice
court
40 00
500
Total $14,828 12
DISBURSEMENTS. ,,.
March and October appor
tionment with fines,,
transferred to General
x9K
Jos. Haag, planking and repairing^
Alwin bridge, 7
Geo. Martinka, labor, repairing

SchoolFund $14,22140
Balance on hand January
1, 1903 106 72
590
106
300
Total ...$14,328 12 $14,328 12
A WOR O FAR! TOILERS.
March settlement tax collection $1,027 29 I worry, overwork, and irregular dieting, are
4
26
5 4
DISBORSEMB
561 34
A N E 'S CELERY
COMPOUND
The Home* Friend of the
Farmer and His Family.
After the labors and toils of the summer time,
and harvesting of crops in the early autumn,
many of our farmers, their wives, daughters,
and sons, find themselves in a condition of
health demanding careful attention if suffering
is to be avoided later on. Many experience
kidney trouble in some form with some the
liver is torpid there is biliousness, nausea, and
vomiting, with loss of appetite and depression
of spirits. Thousands who have been exposed
to cold, damp winds and rains while toiling in
the harvest fields, now feel the twinges of
terrible rheumatism others run down by
*&®0 tormented with the pangs of dyspepsia.
To the thousands of run down, sickly, and
25 75
15 70
850
half dead men and women in farm homes
DIAMOND DYES
for children'* clothes arc most aerrfccablc. They
color jackets, coat*, capea, ribbons, ctocktngs,
as well ac dresses. No other dyes equal Dia
mond Dyes In variety of uscst they never
disappoint.
We faave a special department of advice, and
will answer free any questions about dyeing.
Send sample of goods when possible.
Direction book and 45 dved samples free.
DIAMOND DYES, Burlington, Vt.
1
recommend with all honesty and confidence \y
worker's friend, Paine's Celery Compound,
only medicine that can quickly and fully
pre strength to the weak body and vigor to
theVnuscles. Paine's Celery Compound tones, ,,.
tomach it removes poisonous acids from
blood which cause rheumatism it feeds ^tf
eak and diseased nerves and banishes3 S....
neuralgic tortures it purifies the blood and
gives true vitality and life. The use of Paine's,
Celery Compound in autumn means the estab-'
fishing of a perfect physical vigor to withstand
the rigors of a severe winter,
ommission Merchants.
WE BUY
'oultry,
alyes,
Eggs,
Hides,
Etc*.
1100
2,500 00
Total ,$5,427
RECEIPTS.
March settlement tax collection./
June
a $V8610o
Come and be satisfied.
Cor. GerBBB 1st S. St. Phone 186
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