American Friend & Marietta Gazette, June 14, 1828
A General Exhibit of the Revenues and Expenditures of the County of Washington, from June 1st, 1827, to June 1st, 1828.
Amount due County Treasurer, June 4, 1827 - 1612.54.5
Paid Associate Judges - $237.50
Publishing Delinquent List of 1827 - $117
Clerks & Judges of Elections - 67.50
Counsel for defending poor prisoners - 20.00
Surveying the Muskingum river - 149.30.2
John Mills for blankets for jail, and stove for Court House - 17.02.8
Coroner's inquest $23.34.5
Painting Court House - $51.17.
Repairs on old Court House and Jail - 13.98
Barnabas Otis for support of insane son - $52.00
Hosea Cass idiot daughter - $31.37.5
John Green for support of E. Bonny idiot - $19.50
Sarah Kidwell, idiot daughter - $39.37.5
Wolf Scalps - $61.50
Assessors services, list of 1827 - $130.50
Commissioners services - $32.00
Auditor's services - $513.59
Silas Cook for boarding prisoners and ringing bell, &c. - 99.27
Returning poll books - $45.40
Opening poll books - $15.00
Returning Jurors - $11.65
Grand Jury - $60.
Petit Jury - $34.
Opening roads - $60
Witnesses before Grand Jury - $21.50
Costs in State cases - $125.07
Constables attendance on court - $28.50
John P. Mayberry, pros. atty. - $150.
Charles Swift appraiser for 1824 - 1.00
Jadidiah Chase cleaning well - 2.00
Elisha Pratt, for stove pipe - 2.00
Joseph Kelly, putting up stove - 1.00
Amos Dunham, summoning Grand Jury - 3.00
Joseph Holden, Treasurer, per centum on $634.84.2, at 4 per cent - 25.39
Interest allowed J. Holden, Treasurer, on $1612.54, for one year, at 6 per cent - 96.75
Amount School and Township taxes due to sundry townships from county - 321.30.3
Amount road tax remaining in County Treasury - 177.88.5
Amount 3 per cent fund, apportioned to this county under the act of Feb. 8th, 1826, appropriated but not yet drawn from County Treasury - 66.21
Amount County tax for 1827, deducting defalcations and per centage - 1719.16.6
Amount Road tax for 1827, paid in cash into County Treasury - 232.78.6
Amount Township and School taxes for 1827, deducting defalcations and per centage - 606.69
Amount refunded by the State, for printing delinquent list 1826, state's proportion - 39.97.8
Amount paid into County Treasury for tax on delinquent land, prior to 1826 - 7.20.5
Amount received for permits to vend merchandize - 25.51.5
Amount received from sundry physicians for their assessment, 1827 - 15.00
Amount Jury fees paid by Sheriff into County Treasury - 12.00
Amount received for licenses for stud horses - 39.00
Amount received for licenses for ferries and taverns - 90.11.5
Amount fines paid into County Treasury - 31.00
Balance against the county - 17.10.68
By order of the Board of Commissioners.
Wm. A. Whittlesey, County Auditor.
June 10, 1828.