City of Lancaster Records, 1815-1919

Call Number:  MG-420

2 boxes     34 folders     1 cubic ft.

Repository:  LancasterHistory.org (Pa.)

Shelving Location:  Archives South, Side 10

Description:  Series 1 contains invoices, arrest warrants, and tax collector books for the city of Lancaster. Invoices that were approved by the city council in 1878, 1883 and 1884 for payroll and supplies include road and bridge maintenance, water works, fire departments, clerk and inspection work, and costs incurred by the city during an outbreak of small pox. Arrest warrants for 1918-1919 show names of defendant(s) and police officer, the charge, date and case number. There are also tax collector records for 1860-1889, incomplete.

Series 2 contains documents regarding the market houses, waterworks, lamps, roads, railroad and city ordinances. Petitions support a candidate for night watchman, seek to repeal an ordinance for hanging signs and regulations for public scales, and request a reward for the apprehension of a murderer. There is an 1815 naturalization certificate for James Williams and a resolution regarding a visit of Gen. Andrew Jackson.

Creators:  City Council (Lancaster, Pa.); Tax Assessor (Lancaster, Pa.); Bureau of Police (Lancaster, Pa.)

System of Arrangement:  Collection is divided into series based on acquisition.

Series 1  Gift of Esther L. Hackman

Series 2  2008 Purchase

Conditions for Access:  No restrictions.

Conditions Governing Reproductions:  Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language:  English

Source of Acquisition:  Series 1 is a gift of Esther L. Hackman, 16 March 2007; Series 2 was purchased in 2008.

 

Series 1  Gift of Esther L. Hackman

Series 1, Box 1

Folder 1  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  Approved 25 and 28 June 1878

Invoice for coal for City Water Pipe from Thomas Thurlow.  20 June 1878.

Invoice for pipe laying at City Water Works. 24 June 1878.

Invoice for general work at City Water Works. 25 June 1878.

Invoice for lime for City Water Works from William Fisher. 25 June 1878.

Insert 2  Approved 27 and 28 June 1878

Invoice for street repair from Philip Bolboch. 27 June 1878.

Insert 3  Approved 27 and 28 June 1878

Payroll ledger for city personnel, June 10-22.  27 June 1878.

Insert 4  Approved 27 and 28 June 1878

Invoice for bridge repair from J. A. Wimer.  26 and 27 June 1878.

Invoice for street repair from John Wetzel.  27 June 1878.

Invoice for gravel from Lancaster & Williams Town Pike Co.  18 June 1878.

Insert 5  Approved 28 June 1878

Invoice for tax valuation, Water Works properties. 4 February 1878.

Invoice to Lancaster City School Fund, a portion of the fines. 20 June 1878.

Invoice for one-third of the fines for drunken cases. 20 June 1878.

Invoice from D. L. Deen for salary as engineer at Water Works. 28 June 1878.

Invoice from Jacob Halbach for salary as superintendent of Water Works. 28 June 1878.

Invoice from E. E. Snyder for salary as clerk to Common Council. 30 June 1878.

Payroll ledger of law enforcement personnel, June 1878. 1 July 1878.

 

Folder 2  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  Approved 3 July 1878

Invoice for roll of drawing paper from James W. Queen & Co. 28 June 1878.

Insert 2  Approved 9 and 12 July 1878

Invoice for repairs to boiler house from J. A. Weimer.  9 July 1878.

Invoice for coal for City Water Works from H. Baumgardner & Co.  8-29 June 1878.

Invoice for repairs at City Water Works from Thomas P. Puck.  27 June 1878.

Invoice for blacksmith work at City Water Works from Joseph Wolf. 18 June 1878.

Invoice for labor costs at City Water Works. 8 July 1878.

Invoice for coal, lead wire, and chains for City Water Works from George M. Steinman & Co. 6 and 28 June 1878.

Invoice for hardware for City Water Works from George M. Steinman & Co. 18 and 27 April 1878.

Insert 3  Approved 10 July 1878

Invoice for trash removal from City Hall from John H. Laucks. 3 July [1878].

Insert 4  Approved 11 and 12 July 1878

Invoice for street repairs from Samuel McDonnell. 29 June 1878.

Invoice for street repairs from Samuel McDonnell. 29 June 1878 (attached to previous invoice)

Invoice for gravel from John A. Siegler.  9 July 1878.

Invoice for gravel from Philip Betz. 10 July 1878.

Invoice for toll for hauling gravel from Lancaster & Williams Town Pike Co. 10 July 1878.

Invoice for bridge construction from J. A. Weimer. 11 July 1878.

Invoice for pavement material from John Wetzel. 11 July 1878.

Payroll ledger for city personnel, June 24-July 6.  11 July 1878.

Invoice for survey of gutter line and grade and curb lines of city streets from William R. Gerhart.  11 July 1878.

Invoice for loads of stone from Philip Bolback. 11 July 1878.

Insert 5  Approved 12 July 1878

Invoice for services of Benjamin Fox as inspector of gas meters. 4 June 1878.

Invoice for salary of janitor and turnkey, Peter Nagle. 1 July 1878.

Invoice for salary of market master, Henry Dorley. 1 July 1878.

Insert 6  Approved 17 July 1878

Invoice for cleaning head race at Water Works from H. Overly. 17 July 1878.

Insert 7  Approved 19 and 20 July 1878

Invoice for wages of special policemen.  5 July 1878.

Invoice for repairing pins of police badges from J. U. Fritchey. 23 July 1878.

Invoice for handcuffs and lanterns for Police Chief from John J. Tower. Memorandum from Mayor MacGonigle is attached. 13 July 1878.  23 July 1878.

Insert 8  Approved 23 July 1878

Invoice for newspaper ad in Public Ledger.  6 July 1878.

Insert 9  Approved 23 and 26 July 1878

Invoice from Jacob Gundaker, auctioneer, for services at City Water Works of boilers and machinery.  11 July 1878.

Invoice for water pipe purchase from West Reading Pipe and Machine Works, Mellert & Co.  13 July 1878.

Invoice for freight of 32 pieces of pipe by Philadelphia & Reading Railroad. 16 July 1878.

Invoice for labor costs of laying pipe for City Water Works.  22 July 1878.

Invoice for coal purchase from Thomas Thurlow.  22 July 1878.

Invoice for labor costs at Water Works. 22 July 1878.

Invoice for packing from George Martin & Company for Water Works.  23 July 1878.

Insert 10  Approved 25 and 26 July 1878

Invoice for bridge repair from George Sehner.  22 July 1878.

Invoice for sharpened steel picks from James M. Elligott.  May 27 to July 22.

Invoice from William Lorentz for hard bricks.  22 July 1878.

Invoice from John Wetzel for paving stone.  24 July 1878.

Invoice from William Kahle for brick shipment to city streets.  24 July 1878.

Invoice from Philip Bolbach for sand and stone.  25 July 1878.

Invoice from Henry Sussner for stone.  25 July 1878.

Invoice for survey of gutter lines and grades on several streets. 25 July 1878.

Payroll ledger for city personnel, July 8-20.  25 July 1878.

Insert 11  Approved 26 July 1878

Invoice from Henry Leonard for lighting lamps in southeast wards for June.  2 July 1878.

Invoice from Henry F. Althouse for lighting city lamps for June.  2 July 1878.

Invoice from William A. Levan to lighting 2nd district for the month of June.  3 July 1878.

Invoice from Charles Schwebel for services as Street Commissioner from June 21 to July 21.  25 July 1878.

Invoice from J. K. Barr for services as clerk to Select Council, Finance Committee, and Street Committee from April to July 1878.  26 July 1878. Paper is stamped: “From Gorlies Macy & Co. Send for rates. New York.”

Invoice from J. K. Barr for service as clerk to Special Committee of Councils on Lime Street Bridge.  26 July 1878.

Invoice from Andrew Seibley for services as clerk to Water Committee from May 1 to July 31.  26 July 1878.

Invoice from Jacob Halbach for salary as superintendent of Water Works for July.  26 July 1878.

Invoice from D. L. Deen for service as engineer at Water Works.  26 July 1878.

Insert 12  Approved 29 July and 9 August 1878

Invoice from Everts & Overdeer for glass for lamps.  3 July 1878.

 

Folder 3  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  Approved 6 and 9 August 1878

Invoice from Baumgardner, Eberman & Co. for lumber delivered to Water Works.  25 July 1878.

Invoice from Thomas F. Cooper for 33 feet of leather belt for Water Works.  29 July 1878.

Invoice from A. Long for blacksmith work for Water Works.  1 August 1878.

Invoice from H. Baumgardner & Co. for coal delivered to Water Works.  1 August 1878.

Invoice from Pennsylvania Railroad Company for freight for pump delivered to Water Works.  3 August 1878.

Invoice for labor costs for Water Works from July 23 to August 5.  6 August 1878.

Invoice from John Best for gauges and labor costs for Water Works.  6 August 1878.

Insert 2  Approved 7 and 9 August 1878

Invoice for police department salaries.  1 August 1878.

Invoice from Fred J. Miller for fire department supplies.  5 August 1878.

Insert 3  Approved 8 and 9 August 1878

Invoice from J. A. Weimer for bridge maintenance. 8 August 1878.

Invoice from Philip Betz for delivery of gravel.  8 August 1878.

Invoice from Philip Bolbach for delivery of sand and gravel. 8 August 1878.

Invoice from Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Co. for freight of pipe.  8 August 1878.

Invoice from George Tomlinson for paving stone delivered to city streets.  8 August 1878.

Invoice from John Wetzel for paving stone delivered to city streets. 8 August 1878.

Invoice from City Regulators for preparing agreement and bond.  8 August 1878.

Payroll ledger of city personnel, July 22 to August 3.  8 August 1878.

Insert 4  Approved 9 August 1878

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Co. for monthly readings for Mayor’s Office from June 1877 to June 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Co. for gas readings for Station House from July 1877 to July 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Co. for gas readings for Market House No. 3 from June 1877 to June 1878.

Invoice from William F. H. Amwake for jail locks.  25 June 1878.

Invoice from [Daisg] & Lorenz for oil and related items.  1 July 1878.

Invoice for salary for Peter Nagle for janitorial work.  1 August 1878.

Invoice from Empire Hook and Ladder Fire Co. for appropriation.  3 August 1878.

Invoice from Washington Fire Co. for appropriation.  6 August 1878.

Invoice from J. A. Ziegler for delivery of gravel.  7 August 1878.

Invoice from Pennsylvania Rail Road Co. for freight of pipe, machinery and valves. 8 August 1878.

Invoice from Sun Fire Co. for appropriation.  9 August 1878.

Insert 5  Approved 9 August 1878

Invoice from American Fire Co. for appropriation. No date.

Invoice for salary for Henry Dorley as market master. 1 August 1878.

Invoice for salary for Edward Welchans as treasurer. 1 August 1878.

Invoice from William B. Finney for delivery of bricks.  8 August. 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Co. for readings for Market House No. 1 from June 1877 to June 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Co. for readings for Market House No. 2 from June 1877 to June 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Co. for 213 lamps from March 1877 to June 1878.

Insert 6  Approved 10 August 1878

Invoice for salary for J. B. Rohrer as Assistant Engineer. 31 July 1878.

Invoice for salary for F. S. Burrowes as City Engineer.  9 August 1878.

Insert 7 19 and 23 August 1878

Invoice from James M. Eleight for sharpening and repairing tools.  No date.

Invoice for Humane Fire Co. for appropriation. 10 August 1878.

Invoice from Street Committee of Lancaster City to Directors of the Poor of Lancaster County for broken stone. 12 August 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster & Williams Town Pike Co. for hauling gravel.  13 August 1878.

Invoice from John F. Stauffer for paving stone.  15 August 1878.

Invoice from John Wetzel for paving materials. 19 August 1878.

Invoice from Henry Martin for 5 small bridges.  19 August 1878.

Invoice from Philip Bolbach for sand and stone materials. 19 August 1878.

Invoice from Christian Wise & Brothers for materials for street repairs.  19 August 1878.

Payroll ledger for city personnel, August 5 – 17.  19 August 1878.

Insert 8  20 and 23 August 1878

Invoice from John McGeehan for goods and services to the Lancaster City Water Works.  8 August 1878. 

Invoice from John McGeehan for goods and services to the Lancaster City Water Works. 8 August 1878.

Invoice for labor costs at reservoir, August 2-3.  19 August 1878.

Invoice from H. L. Groff for purchase of oil for City Water Works.  19 August 1878.

Invoice for labor costs at Lancaster City Water Works, August 6-19.  19 August 1878.

Invoice from Harry A. Diller for wheelbarrow and iron for Lancaster City Water Works.  19 August 1878.

Invoice from Davis Kitch for labor costs at Lancaster City Water Works.  20 August 1878.

Invoice from Davis Kitch for labor costs at Lancaster City Water Works. 20 August 1878.

Invoice from Weimer & Carter for repairing dam at Water Works, August 8-17.  20 August 1878.

Invoice from Wilson Fisher for labor costs.  22 August 1878.

Insert 9  20 and 23 August 1878 

Invoice from Henry Marton for lumber and nails for City Water Works. 6 August 1878.

Invoice from Mellert & Co. for pipe.  6 August 1878.

Invoice from George Martin & Co. for hemp for Lancaster City Water Works.  14 August 1878.

Invoice from Thomas Thurlow for coal.  14 August 1878.Invoice from Union Steam Fire Engine & Forcing Hose Co., No. 1 for one year of service.  14 August 1878.

Invoice from Mellert & Co. for pipe. 19 August 1878.

Invoice for labor costs from Lancaster City Water Works for laying pipe.  19 August 1878.

Insert 10  22 and 23 August 1878

Invoice from George Steinman & Co. for materials, June 13-August 7.  7 August 1878.

Invoice from L. Wolpert for sharpening picks and drills. 21 August 1878.

Invoice for survey costs by Regulators, August 9-22.  22 August 1878.

Insert 11  23 August 1878

Invoice from Everts & Overdeer for lamp repair.  29 July 1878.

Invoice for salary of Charles Schwebel as Street Commissioner for July 21-August 21. 22 August 1878.

Invoice from Friendship Steam Fire Engine and Hose Co. for annual appropriation. 22 August 1878.

Invoice from Chain Carrier for labor costs.  23 August 1878.

 

Folder 4  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  3 and 6 September 1878

Invoice from Henry P. Worthington for pipes and pipe fittings for Lancaster Water Works.  16 August 1878.

Invoice from D. P. Bitner for Lykens Valley coal for Lancaster City Water Works.  21 August 1878.

Invoice from Miller & Hartman for oil for Lancaster City Water Works.  27 August 1878.

Invoice from Thomas Thurlow for coal for City Water Pipe.  27 August 1878.

Invoice from George Martin & Co. for packing for Lancaster City Water Works.  30 August 1878.

Invoice from Thomas Thurlow for coal for City Water Pipe.  30 August 1878.

Invoice for from George Sehner for labor and materials for stair in water house.  31 August 1878.

Invoice from George Sehner for labor and materials for laying pipe, May 27-August 30.  31 August 1878.

Invoice from Gorrecht & Co. for coal for Lancaster City Water Works.  2 September 1878.

Invoice from Jacob Gable materials for Lancaster City Water Works.  3 September 1878.

Insert 2  Approved 3 and 6 September 1878

Invoice from G. Sener & Sons for water stops. 18 July 1878.

Invoice from G. Sener & Sons for lumber for City Water Works.  12 August 1878.

Invoice from G. Sener & Sons for Lykens Valley coal for Lancaster City Water Works.  13 August 1878.

Invoice from Mellert & Co. for pipe.  26 August 1878.

Invoice from Mellert & Co. for pipe.  29 August 1878.

Invoice from Joseph H. Huber for labor and materials relating to pipes and boilers, June-August.  29 August 1878.

Invoice from Flinn & Breneman for pies, fittings and brooms for Lancaster City Water Works.  31 August 1878.

Invoice from H. Baumgardner & Co.  for Lykens Valley egg coal for Lancaster City Water Works.  August 1878.

Invoice from H. Baumgardner & Co. for hard nut coal for Lancaster City Water Works.  August 1878.

Invoice from J. Stewart & Son for Lykens Valley egg coal.  2 September 1878.

Insert 3  Approved 3 and 6 September 1878

Invoice from Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Company for freight and hauling charges for pipe.  23 August 1878.

Invoice from Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Company for freight and hauling charges for pipe.  29 August 1878.

Invoice from Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Company for freight and hauling charges for pipe.  31 August 1878.

Invoice from Henry Leonard for digging trench.  2 September 1878.

Payroll ledger for Lancaster City Water Works for laying of pipe.  2 September 1878.

Payroll ledger for Lancaster City Water Works for general labor, August 20-September 2.  2 September 1878.

Invoice from Weimer & Carter for labor and materials for repairing dam.  3 September 1878.

Invoice from R. Blickenderfer for pipe laying materials for Lancaster City Water Department.  3 September 1878.

Insert 4  Approved 5 and 6 September 1878

Invoice from George Tomlinson for granite crossing stones.  27 August 1878.

Payroll ledger, August 5-17.  5 September 1878.

Payroll ledger, August 19-31.  5 September 1878.

Payroll ledger for regulators, August 25-September 5.  5 September 1878.

Insert 5  6 September 1878

Invoice for court costs.  August 1878.

Invoice from Shiffler Fire Company for annual appropriation. 29 August 1878.

Invoice for redemption of Lancaster City loan certificate, with certificate attached.  30 August 1878.

Invoice for salary for M. W. Raub as gas meter inspector.  2 September 1878.

Invoice for salary for Henry Dorley as market master, August.  2 September 1878.

Invoice for salary for Peter Nagle as janitor and turnkey, August.  2 September 1878.

Invoice for salary for David L. Deen as engineer at water works.  6 September 1878.

Invoice from M. Raub for percentage for collection of head taxes.  6 September 1878.

Insert 6  Approved 7 September 1878

Invoice from Henry Rogers for stone work.  6 September 1978.

Insert 7  Approved 10 and 14 September 1878

Invoice from Pennsylvania Globe Gas Light Co. for lighting and care of street lamps.  31 August 1878.

Insert 8  Approved 12 August 1878 and 12 September 1878

Invoice from James C, Carpenter for building sewer. 12 September 1878.

Insert 9  Approved 17 and 20 September 1878

Payroll ledger for general labor at Lancaster City Water Works, September 3-16.  16 September 1878.  

Invoice from W. B. Finney for labor costs.  17 September 1878.

Insert 10  Approved 19 and 23 September 1878

Invoice from James M. Eleight for repair of tools.  August 14-15.

Invoice from G. Sener & Sons for delivery of [lumber] 8 June 1878. 

Invoice from R. S. Oster for dressing and welding picks chisels and other tools.  June-August.

Invoice from John Keller for stone for June-August.  17 September 1878.

Payroll ledger for regulators, September 6-19.  19 September 1878.

Payroll ledger, September 2-14.  19 September 1878.

Insert 11  Approved 20 September 1878

Invoice for M. H. Mencher to serve as witness in case of City v. Conestoga Steam Mills. 

Invoice from Charles Schwebel for services as Streets Commissioner, August-21- September 21.  20 September 1878.

 

Folder 5  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  Approved 1 October 1878

Payroll ledger for police officers, September.  1 October 1878.

Insert 2  Approved 3 and 4 October 1878

Invoice from George Sehner for lumber.  30 September 1978.

Invoice from Lancaster County Prison for 24 loads of stone.  30 September 1878.

Payroll ledger for regulators, September 20-October 3.  3 October 1878.

Payroll ledger, September 16-28.  3 October 1878.

Invoice from J. D. Pyott for serving 400 notices on owners of buildings not numbered.  3 October 1878.

Insert 3  Approved 4 October 1878

Invoice for labor costs.  17 September 1878.

Invoice from R. Blickenderfer for metal fittings.  30 September 1878.

Payroll ledger for general labor at City Water Works. September 17-30.  30 September 1878.

Invoice from H. Baumgardner for coal for City Water Works.  30 September 1878.

Invoice from Gorrecht & Co. for stone for City Water Works.  30 September 1878.

Insert 4  Approved 4 October 1878

Invoice from F. F. & A. B. Landis for fastening boilers tubes at City Water Works.  26 September 1878.

Invoice from Mellert & Co. for pipe.  27 September 1878.

Invoice from W. B. [Wiley] for taking 24 pages of depositions.  27 September 1878.

Invoice from Andrew F. Frantz for collecting school tax in Lancaster Township.  28 September 1878.

Invoice for Jacob Halbach for services as Superintendent of Water Works, September.  30 September 1878.

Invoice for E. E. Snyder for services as Clerk of Common Council for July 1-September 30.  1 October 1878.

Invoice for Henry Dorley for services as market Master for one month.  1 October 1878.

Invoice for Peter Nagle for services as janitor for September.  1 October 1878.

Invoice for David L. Deen for services as Engineer of Water Works for September.  1 October 1878.

Invoice for J. H. Loucks for services as messenger.  1 October 1878.

Invoice for J. H. Loucks for ice for council meetings.  1 October 1878.

Insert 5  Approved 4 and 18 October 1878

Invoice from Henry P. Worthington for valve springs for City Water Works.  19 September 1878.

Invoice from Leonard & Ellis for lubricating oil for City Water Works.  26 September 1878.

Insert 6  Approved 8 October 1878

Invoice from George Tomlinson for stone.  5 September 1878.

Insert 7  Approved 15 and 18 October 1878

Invoice from Stoner, Shreiner & Co. for lead for June 7-August 10.  31 July 1878.

Invoice from Stoner, Shreiner & Co. for hardware and supplies for April 8-August 30 City Water Works.  31 July 1878.

Invoices from Henry R. Worthington for pipe and pistons for City Water Works.  30 September, 7 October, 10 October 1878.

Invoice from J. F. Stauffer for removal of foundations for City Water Works.  3 October 1878.

Invoice from Thomas Thurlow for coal.  4 October 1878.

Invoice from Leonard & Ellis for lubricating oil for City Water Works.  5 October 1878.

Invoice from [Joseph] H. Huber for labor and materials for City Water Works, August 21-October 9.  12 October 1878.

Invoice from Philip Landis for removal of boiler from City Water Works.  14 October 1878.

Invoice from The American Life Insurance Co. for Water Works for August 3-October 9.  15 October 1878.

Invoice from N. Bechtold & Co. for polish for City Water Works.  15 October 1878.

Insert 8  Approved 15 and 18 October 1878

Invoice from Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Company for hauling of pipe.  30 September 1878.

Invoice for oil for City Water Works.  7 October 1878.

Invoice from Thomas P. Price brick repair at City Water Works. 11 October 1878.

Invoice from Philip Landis for hauling steam pump from City Water Works to Reading Railroad.  14 October 1878.

Invoice from H. Leonard for labor at City Water Works.  14 October 1878.

Invoice from Abraham Neff for hauling from City Water Works.  14 October 1878.

Invoice from Henry Leonard for sewer repairs.  15 October 1878.

Payroll ledger for laying pipe.  15 October 1878.

Payroll ledger from October 1-14.  15 October  1878.

Insert 9  Approved 16 and 18 October 1878

Invoice from William D. Zell for stencil and materials.  20 August 1878.

Invoice from Jacob Gable for chimney cleaning and repair at Station House.  3 September 1878.

Invoice from R. Blickenderfer for ice boxes for July 13.  3 September 1878.

Invoice from Frantz Bender labor and materials for Station House.  3 September 1878.

Invoice from John Beidle for brooms.  12 September 1878.

Invoice from Henry Fisher for cleaning supplies. 27 September 1878.

Invoice from Kepler & Slaymaker for heater and pipe for Mayor’s Office.  28 September 1878.

Invoice from Kepler & Slaymaker for stove pipe for Treasurer’s Office.  28 September 1878.

Invoice from John Gill for kindling wood for Station House.  11 October 1878.

Insert 10  Approved 17 and 18 October 1878

Invoice from James M. Eleight for sharpening and repair of picks.  7 October 1878.

Invoice from C. [Wise] & Brothers for brick, August 23-October 12.  15 October 1878.

Invoice from J. D. Pyott for assigning and serving notices of street numbers.  17 October 1878.

Invoice from Philip Bolbach for sand and stone, September-October 15.  17 October 1878.

Invoice from John Wetzel for pavers, September 20-October 15.  17 October 1878.

Invoice from Charles Schwebel for burying dead animals, April 2-October 4.  17 October 1878.

Payroll ledger for regulators, October 4-17.  17 October 1878.

Payroll ledger, September 30-October 12.  17 October 1878.

Insert 11  Approved 18 October 1878

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light & Fuel Co. for lighting gas lamps, June 17-September 24. 

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light & Fuel Co. for gas consumed in Council Chambers for quarter ending October 1.  4 October 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light & Fuel C. for gas consumed in Market House No. 1 and Mayor’s Office for quarter ending October 1.  4 October 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light & Fuel Co. for gas consumed in Market House No. 2 for quarter ending October 1.  4 October 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light & Fuel Co. for gas consumed in Market House No. 3 for quarter ending October 1.  4 October 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light & Fuel Co. for gas consumed in Station House for quarter ending October 1.  4 October 1878.

Order to pay damages to Mary Ginder for opening of New Street. 8 October 1878.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light & Fuel Co. for removal of lamp posts.  19 October 1878.

Insert 12  Approved 18 October 1878

Invoice from James W. Queen & Co. for surveying supplies.  8 October  1878.

Payroll statement for one quarter of mayor’s salary. 17 October 1878.

Payroll ledger for clerk to city committees, July 18-October 18.  18 October 1878.

Insert 13  Approved 29 October 1878 and 1 November 1878

Invoice from Herman Miller for candles for City Water Works. 16 August 1878.

Invoice from George Calder for cotton waste for City Water Works.  19 October 1878.

Invoice from John McGeehan as brick layer for labor and materials.  21 October 1878.

Invoice from Jacob Gable for lead and other materials for City Water Works.  22 October 1878.

Invoice from Benjamin Fox and Christian Embich for painting roof at City Water Works.  23 October 1878.

Invoice from Amos Ringwalt for hire of omnibus to convey City Council to Water Works.  28 October 1878.

Invoice from Amos Ringwalt for hire of carriage and omnibus for Water Committee for June 18-October 2.  28 October 1878.

Payroll ledger for general labor at City Water Works for October 15-28.  28 October 1878.

Insert 14  Approved 30 October

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light & Fuel Co. for lamps and posts. Includes statement “in lieu of Bill for $1201.00 approved on Oct. 18th 1878 which is hereby annulled.”

Insert 15  Approved 31 October 1878 and 1 November 1878

Invoice from Amos Ringwalt for hire of carriage.  28 October 1878.

Estimate of work done by Philip Deiby and Philip Miller for street construction.  31 October 1878.

Payroll ledger for October 14-19.  31 October 1978.

Payroll ledger October 21-31.  31 October 1878.

 

Folder 6  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  Approved 1 November 1878

Invoice for materials and payroll ledger from John R. Jeffries for paving at Market Houses. 18 October 1878.

Invoice for 3 months salary for Edward Welchans as tax collector and clerk of Market Committee.  29 October 1878.

Invoice  from Charles Schwebel for services as Street Commissioner for September and October.  31 October 1878.

Invoice for salary of Andrew Seibley as clerk of Water Committee for August 1-October 31.  1 November 1878.

Invoice from F. S. Burrowes for services as city engineer for quarter ending October 31.  1 November 1878.

Invoice from Harry Rogers for labor.  1 November 1878.

Invoice from Jacob Halbach for services as superintendent of City Water Works.  1 November 1878.

Invoice from Harry Dorley for services as Market Master for October.  1 November 1878.

Invoice from Peter Nagle for services as janitor for October.  1 November 1878.

Invoice from David L. Deen for services as Engineer at Water Works for October.  1 November 1878.

Insert 2  Approved 1 November 1878

Invoice from J. B. Rohrer for services as Assistant Engineer for quarter ending October 1.  1 November 1878.

Payroll ledger for police officers for October.  1 November 1878.

Insert 3  Approved 8 November 1878

Invoice from Henry P. Worthington for pumping engine and connections, includes delivery and setup.  4 October 1878.

Insert 4  Approved 12 and 15 November 1878

Invoice from John Musser for hauling engine for City Water Works.  21 August 1878.

Payroll ledger for City Water Works, October 11-November 29.  11 October 1878.

Invoice from Givler, Bowers & Hurst for muslin for City Water Works. 17 October 1878.

Invoice from Thomas P. Price for bricklaying Water Works.  6 November 1878.

Invoice from S. H. Levan for oil and lye for City Water Works, October 19-31.  8 November 1878.

Invoice from Baumgardner, Eberman & Co. for bricks and clay for City Water Works.  9 November 1878.

Invoice from M. I. Metzger for hay for City Water Works.  9 November 1878.

Invoice from George Sehner for labor and materials for carpentry work, September 5-October 24.  11 November 1878.

Invoice from George Sehner for making stop boxes and other carpentry work, September 5-October 23.  11 November 1878.

Invoice from Jacob Druckemiller for plastering.  12 November 1878.

Invoice from Amos Ringwalt for conveying City Council to Water Works.  12 November 1878.

Invoice from Frederick Brimmer for livery services, April 13-November 7.  12 November 1878.

Insert 5   Approved 14 November 1878

Contract bid for street work from Miller and Detz Contractors. 14 November 1878.

Insert 6  Approved 15 November 1878

Bill for costs occasioned by assessment of damages in the opening of Marshall Street.

Bill for costs occasioned by the assessment of damages in the opening of New Street.

Bill for costs occasioned by the assessment of damages in the opening of Liberty Street.

Bill for costs occasioned by the assessment of damages in the opening of East Orange Street.

Insert 7  Approved 16 November 1878

Invoice from George W. Brown for painting supplies and labor.  16 November 1878.

Insert 8  Approved 26 November 1878

Invoice from Henry P. Worthington for valves for Water Works. 8 November 1878.

Invoice from A. Schindler for 5 frames for City Water Works.  12 November 1878.

Invoice from Mellert & Co. for pipe.  13 November 1878.

Invoice from Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Company for delivery of pipe.  15 November 1878.

Payroll ledger from City Water Works.  18 November 1878.

Invoice from H. D. Groff for oil for City Water Works.  19 November 1878.

Invoice from T. L. Reeder for painting and ornamenting pumps.  22 November 1878.

Invoice from Pontz & Brothers for bricks for Water Works.  July 26-October 29.  23 November 1878.

Payroll ledger for pipe laying for City Water Works.  25 November 1878.

Invoice from Thomas Madden for ditch digging.  25 November 1878.

Invoice from George Martin & Co. for packing material for City Water Works.  25 November 1878. 

Invoice from Joseph H. Huber for pipe-fitting and materials, October 12-November 14.  25 November 1878.

Letter indicating appropriation and payment to Lancaster Gas Light & Fuel Co. for lamps and posts. 26 November 1878.

Insert 9  Approved 26 and 29 November 1878

Invoice from H. F. Benedict for measuring plastering work at new engine room at City Mill.  14 November 1878.

Invoice from Thomas Thurlow for coal for City Water Works.  25 November 1878.

Payroll ledger for general labor at City Water Works.  25 November 1878.

Insert 10  Approved 27 November 1878

Invoice from James C. Carpenter for sewer construction.  27 November 1878.

Estimate of amount due to Messrs. Dieby & Miller for street work.  27 November 1878.

Insert 11  Approved 29 November 1878

Invoice from H. M. [Ensurian] for tax collection.  29 November 1878.

Invoice from George Grauer for tax collection.  29 November 1878.

Insert 12  1878  (no approval dates)

Invoice for salary of Jacob Halbach as superintendent of City Water Works for August 1878.  31 August 1878.

Payroll ledger for City Police Department.  2 September 1878.

Invoice from Gorrecht & Co. for coal for City Water Works, October 1-29. 

 

Folder 7

Insert 1  Approved 20 November 1883

Invoice from D. Greivetz for paving labor and materials for October 18 and November 12.  28 December 1883.

Insert 2  Approved 27 and 30 November 1883

Invoice from J. R. Kauffman to Board of Health for medicinal services, October 18-November 7.  19 November 1883.

Insert 3  Approved 30 November 1883

Invoice from F. Lewis Nolls for brooms for market house.  27 November 1883.

Invoice from Frederick Brimmer to City Lamp Committee for livery services, July 13 and November 20-24.  30 November 1883.

Insert 4  Approved 3 December 1883

Invoice from Samuel Allen for whitewashing Humane Hose House.  8 November 1878.

Insert 5  Approved 4 and 14 December 1883

Invoice from Everts & Overdeer to Lancaster Fire Committee for lamps.  1 October 1883.

Invoice from The Lancaster Gas Light and Fuel Co. for gas usage.  6 November 1883.

Invoice from Simon Hostetter to Lancaster Fire Department for bales of hay.  2 November 1883.

Invoice from Pennsylvania Telephone Company telephone poles, lines and labor.  6 November 1883.

Invoice from Russel Shulmyer for hard egg coal.  10 November 1883.

Invoice from Mrs. H. Miller & Son, Lancaster City Steam Soap and Candle Works to Fire Department for castile soap. 12 November 1883.

Insert 6  Approved 4 and 14 December 1883

Invoice from L. G. Tillotson & Co. to Fire Department for gravity [zincs].  15 November 1883.

Invoice from W. E. Harkins to Fire department for horse collars.  21 November 1883.

Invoice from F. Shroder & Co. to Fire Department for thread waste. 24 November 1883.

Invoice from Philip Doersom to Fire Department for making engine parts and repairs, September 1-November 27.  27 November 1883.

Invoice from Philip Rudy to Fire Department for harness parts and repairs, November 5-23.  1 December 1883.

Invoice from H. B. Cochran to Fire Department for medicinal prescriptions, July 5-December 1.  1 December 1883.

Invoice from Amos Ringwall to Fire Department for harness repair and soap, February 8-October 6.  1 December 1883.

Insert 7  Approved 4 and 14 December 1883

Invoice from Robert L. Eichholtz to Fire Department for engine and other repairs.  1 December 1883.

Invoice from R. C. [McCulley] to Fire Department.  1 December 1883.

Invoice from D. B. Landis to Fire Department for grain.  1 December 1883.

Invoice from Edward Walker for horse shoeing month of November.  1 December 1883.

Invoice from Bowers & Hurst to Board of Health for red flannel, August 24-December 1. 4 December 1883.

Invoice from Baumgardners & Jeffries to Fire Department for coal, November 5-26.  4 December 1883.

Insert 8  Approved 7 and 14 December 1883

Invoice from Henry May for making gutter.  7 December 1883.

Insert 9  Approved 10 and 14 December 1883

Payroll ledger for City Street Department, November 26-December 8.  8 December 1883.

Invoice from William R. Gerhart for surveying services.  10 December 1883.

Invoice from William Lawrence for gutter bricks.  10 December 1883. 

Insert 10  Approved 12 and 14 December 1883

Invoice from Dr. J. A. Fitzpatrick for 25 days of services as Health Commissioner.  12 December 1883.

Invoice from A. C. Kepler to the Board of Heath for flag sticks and miscellaneous hardware.  17 December 1883.

Insert 11  Approved 13 and 14 December 1883

Invoice from Patrick Cherry for livery services.  6 October 1883

Invoice from Philip Lebzelter for stakes for Water Works.  31 October 1883.

Invoice from Root Case for labor and materials, October 1-29.  1 November 1883.

Invoice from Common Sense Metallic Packing M’F’G Co. for metallic packing materials for Water Department.  28 November 1883.

Invoice from R. Blickenderfer for pump repairs at Water Works, October 7-November 22.  30 November 1883.

Invoice from Kauffman Keller & Co. for coal for November 1883.  1 December 1883.

Invoice from William Richardson for replacing window glass at Water Works.  10 December 1883.

Payroll ledger for Water Department for November 30-December 13.  13 December 1883.   

Insert 12  Approved 14 December 1883

Invoice from The Pennsylvania Telephone Co. to Lancaster Water Works for telephone rental, October 20, 1883-October 1, 1884. 8 October 1883.

Invoice from J. K. Barr for taking depositions.  13 December 1883.

Invoice from George W. Eaby for services as clerk of Quarter Sessions.  13 December 1883.

Invoice from Samuel J. Pool for burial services.  No date. 

 

Folder 8  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  Approved 19 December 1883

Invoice from William W. Price for laying brick at No. 4 Engine House, December 7-18.  18 December 1883.

Insert 2  Approved 20 December 1883

Invoice for salary for David L. Deen due January 1, 1884.  20 December 1883.

Invoice for salary for J. B. Lichty due January 1, 1884.  20 December 1883. 

Insert 3  Approved 21 December 1883

Invoice from John Rawlins for destroying small pox bedding.  19 December 1883. 

Invoice from [Repphorn & Renap] for street repairs.  21 December 1883.

Payroll ledger for Street Department for December 10-21, 1883.  21 December 1883.

Invoice from [Janice] Holman for services as small pox nurse.  No date. 

Insert 4  Approved 21 and 24 December 1883

Invoice from Henry Ehler for services as watchman of small pox houses for November 27-December 21.  21 December 1883.

Insert 5  Approved 24 and 28 December 1883

Invoice from Jacob Gundaker for calling sale of market stalls.  22 December 1883.                                                                                                                                                                                

Insert 6  Approved 27 and 28 December 1883

Invoice from Bartle & Snyder for oil for Water Works.  16 December 1883.

Invoice from John. L. Arnold for steam pipes at Water Works.  17 December 1883.

Invoice from John Freh for masonry work at Pump House.  27 December 1883.

Invoice from Jacob Halbach for travel expenses.  27 December 1883.

Payroll ledger for Water Department for December 14-27.  27 December 1883.

Insert 7  Approved 28 December 1883

Invoice from George W. [Stainz] for attending council chamber.  14 December 1883.

Invoice from Samuel Elliott to supply ice for Mayor’s Office for one year.  24 December 1883.

Invoice from Samuel Elliott to supply ice for Treasurer’s Office for one year.  24 December 1883.

Invoice from Isaac Hubley for labor and materials for numbering curb lines for market stands.  27 December 1883.

Invoice from C. H. Brown, M.D. for service as Secretary to Board of Health from July 1-December 31.  27 December 1883.

Invoice from W. H. Stehman for service as engineer at Water Works for month ending December 31.  28 December 1883.

Invoice from Jacob Halbach for service as superintendent of Water Works for month ending December 31.  28 December 1883.

Insert 8  Approved 28 December 1883

Invoice from Henry N. Howell for service as chief of Fire Department for month of December.  28 December 1883.

Payroll ledger for firemen for Truck A for month of December.  28 December 1883.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company Number 1 for December.  28 December 1883.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company Number 2 for December.  28 December 1883.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company Number 3 for December.  28 December 1883.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company Number 4 for December.  28 December 1883.

Invoice from S. H. Seran for service as Street Commissioner for month of December.  28 December 1883.

Invoice from Henry Dorley for service as Market Master for month of December.  28 December 1883.

Invoice from Peter Nagle for service as Janitor for month of December.  28 December 1883.

Invoice from [J. B. Markley] for service as Clerk for October 1-December 31.  1 January 1883.

Insert 9  Approved 29 December 1883 and 11 January 1884

Invoice from Christian Wise & Bro. for paving bricks.  22 December 1883.

Insert 10  Approved 31 December 1883

Payroll ledger for Police Department for month of December.  31 December 1883.

 

Folder 9  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  Approved 1 and 11 January 1884

Invoice from George M. Steinman for materials for Fire Department from November 2-December 17.  1 December 1883.

Invoice from Miller & Hartman for oil for Fire Department.  5 December 1883.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light and Fuel Co. for gas for Engine Number 3 for month of December.  6 December 1883.

Invoice from Baumgardner, Eberman & Co. for lumber for Engine House Number 4.  7 December 1883.

Invoice from Philip Betz for sand for Fire Department.  13 December 1883.

Invoice from R. G. [McCully] for Fire Department.  17 December 1883.

Invoice from Christian Wise & Bro. for hard brick for Fire Department.  22 December 1883.

Invoice from George Fries & Co.  for lanterns, wicks and polishing paste for Fire Department.  22 December 1883.

Invoice from Flinn and Breneman for miscellaneous lighting supplies for Fire Department for September 6-October 8.  29 December 1883.

Invoice from Philip Rudy for harness for Fire Department for December 1-21.  31 December 1883.

Invoice from Edward Walker for shoeing horses.  1 January 1884.

Invoice from Baumgardner & Jeffries for coal for Fire Department for December 5-29.  No date.

Insert 2  Approved 2 January 1884

Payroll ledger for John H. Loucks for attendance at committee meetings for September 20, 1883-January 1, 1884.  29 December 1883.

Invoice from John H. Loucks for attendance at committee meetings.  2 January 1884.

Insert 3  Approved 5 and 11 January 1884

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light and Fuel Co. for gas consumed for quarter ending January 1, 1884.  1 January 1884.

Invoice from Fred Brimmer for hire of horse sleighs.  5 January [1884]

Insert 4  Approved 5 February 1884

Invoice from Pennsylvania Globe Gas Light Co. for lighting and servicing gas lamps.  31 December 1883.

Insert 5  Approved 8 and 11 January 1884

Invoice from Dr. H. E. [Westhaffer] for services as health Commissioner for December 9, 1883-January 9, 1884.  8 January 1884.

Insert 6  Approved 10  and 11 January 1884

Invoice from Henry P. Worthington for repair of high pressure cylinder for Water Works.  26 December 1883.

Invoice form Kauffman and Keller for coal for Water Works for December 1-31.  1 January 1884.

Invoice from David L. Deen for services to Lamp Committee.  10 January 1884.

Invoice from Leonard Eckert for Lime for Water Works.  10 January 1884.

Payroll ledger for Water Department for December 28, 1883-January 10, 1884.  10 January 1884.

Insert 7  Approved 11 January 1884

Invoice from L. B. Herr for paper and ink supplies.  13 December 1883.

Record of payment to H. M. Moyer for recording ordinances and deeds.  17 December 1883.

Invoice from Fred Brimmer for hiring of hearse.  18 December 1883.

Invoice from L.R. & A.C. Rote for coffin and services for children of Isaac Kauffman.  21 December 1883.

Record of payment to C. Y. Erisman for serving as witness at court and other services for May 11-December 22, 1883.  27 December 1883.

Invoice from [Henery] Doerley for distribution of sale advertisements.  28 December 1883.

Invoice from Philip Doerson for repair to hose carriages for Fire Department for December 3-22, 1883.  31 December 1883.

Invoice from D.B. Landis for feed and straw for Fire Department.  31 December 1883.

Invoice from Frank J. Faesig for printing services for December 5-20, 1883.  31 December 1883.

Record of payment to John Skinner for conveying Fred Dickle with smallpox to hospital.  31 December 1883.

Record of payment to R. M. Morrow for serving as witness in court and other services for May 11-December 22.  31 December 1883.

Insert 8  Approved 11 January 1884

Record of payment to J. W. Johnson for services as city solicitor.  1 January 1884.

Record of payment to F.H. Wilhelm for services as market master for October 1, 1883-January 1, 1884.  1 January 1884.

Invoice from Charles H. Barr ink and paper supplies.  1 January 1884.

Record of payment to J.K. Barr for services as clerk of Street Committee for October 1, 1883-Janury 1, 1884.  8 January 1884.

Record of payment to I.D. Holman for conveying patients to smallpox hospital.  10 January 1884.

Record of payment to Henry Rawlings for conveying patients to smallpox hospital.  10 January 1884.

Record of Payment to DuBois Rohrer of 3 months’ salary as clerk of finance Committee.  11 January 1884.

Invoice from Robert Hindie for coupling on collar for Fire Department.  11 January 1884.

Record of payment to C. F. Myers of 3 months’ salary as Treasurer and Clerk of Market Court.  11 January 1884.

Insert 9  Approved 18 and 25 January 1884

Request received from Isaac Kauffman for reimbursement for household items ordered burned by Health Department due to small pox.  17 January 1884.

Insert 10  Approved 18 January 1884 and 8 February 1884

Deposition received from Frederick Dickee for reimbursement of household items ordered destroyed by Health Department due to small pox.  18 January 1884.

Insert 11  Approved 21 and 25 January 1884

Invoice received from John Gill for hauling services.  24 January 1884.

Insert 12  Approved 21 January and February 8 1884

Invoice from Leonard Eckert for lime, September 20 and October 19.  December 1883.

Invoice from Stoner, Shreiner & Co. for steel rakes and rock powder for Street Department for August 10-November 14.  31 December 1883.

Invoice from Baumgardner, Eberman & Co. for lumber for Street Department.  2 January 1884.

Invoice from Abram Long for services as blacksmith for September 14-December 6, 1883.  5 January 1884.

Payroll ledger for Street Department for January 14-15.  21 January 1884.

Invoice from Philip Beitz for sand for Street Department.  21 January 1884.

Invoice from James Reily for sand for Street Department.  21 January 1884.

Insert 13  Approved 23 and 25 January 1884

Invoice from F. Lewis Nolls for brooms fro Station House.  15 January 1884.

Insert 14  Approved 24 and 25 January 1884

Invoice from Joseph Ostheim for matches for City Water Works.  12 January 1884.

Invoice from Henry [Karer] for materials and repair of sewer.  21 January 1884.

Invoice from Joseph H. Huber for pump repair for August 16 and December 5, 1883.  24 January 1884.

Invoice from Joseph H. Huber for pump repair for October 24, 1883 and January 9 and 21, 1884.  24 January 1884.

Invoice from Joseph H. Huber for pipe laying materials and repair from August 16-December 12, 1883.  24 January 1884.

Payroll ledger for City Water Department for January 11-24.  24 January 1884.

Insert 15  Approved 25 January 1884

Invoice from J. Hartman for ice served at Station House from May 1-November 30, 1883.  22 December 1883.

Invoice from Pennsylvania Telephone Co. for service to Mayor’s Office for January 1884-1885.  11 January 1884.

Invoice from Pennsylvania Telephone Co. for service to Police Station for January 1884-1885.  11 January 1884.

Request from Michael Smith for reimbursement for clothing ordered destroyed due to small pox.  15 January 1884.

Invoice from the Maxim Electric Light & Power Company for service  from December 15, 1883-January 15, 1884.  16 January 1884.

Payroll statement for John T. MacGonigle for services as mayor.  17 January 1884.

Payroll statement for B. J. Brown for services as Clerk of Water Committee.  24 January 1884.

Payroll statement for S. H. Seran for services as Street Commissioner for January 1884.  30 January 1884.

Payroll statement for Jacob Halbach for services as Superintendent of Water Works for January 1884.  31 January 1884.

Payroll statement for W. H. Stehman for services as Engineer at Water Works for January 1884.  31 January 1884.

Invoice from Baumgardners & Jeffries for delivery of coal for April 26-December 17, 1883.  No. date.

Insert 16  Approved 25 January and 8 February 1884

Deposition from John Gorman for reimbursement for clothing ordered destroyed due to small pox.  21 January 1884.

 

 

Folder 10  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  Approved 29 January 1884 and 8 February 1884

Invoice from Charles A. Heinitsh for medicine for Board of Health from July 15-December 20, 1883.  1 January 1884.

Invoice from J. R. Kauffman for medicine for Board of health for November 27-December 18, 1883.  1 January 1884.

Invoice from John F. Long’s Sons for medicine for Board of Health. 1 January 1884.

Invoice from F. W. Musser, M.D. to Board of Health for vaccinations.  28 January 1884.

Invoice from David Bletz for reimbursement for household items ordered destroyed due to small pox.  29 January 1884.

Petition from Henry A. White for reimbursement for household items ordered destroyed due to small pox.  29 January 1884.

Deposition from A. W. McCarter for reimbursement of household items ordered destroyed due to small pox.  29 January 1884.

Invoice from H. F. Eberman, M.D. to Board of Health for vaccinations.  29 January 1884.

Invoice from Joseph Furniss, M.D. to Board of Health for vaccinations.  29 January 1884.

Invoice from John Levengood, M.D. to Board of Health for vaccinations.  29 January 1884.

Invoice from C. H. Brown, M.D. to Board of Health for vaccinations.  29 January 1884.

Invoice from C. E. Netscher, M.D. to Board of Health for vaccinations.  29 January 1884.

Invoice from R. M. Bolenius, M.D. to Board of Health for vaccinations.  29 January 1884.

Insert 2   Approved 31 January 1884

Payroll statement for Peter Nagle for services as Lock-up Keeper for January 1884.  21 January 1884.

Payroll ledger for Police Department for January 1884.  31 January 1884.

Insert 3  Approved 31 January 1884 and 8 February 1884

Invoice from A. Steinwandel for glass panes and glazing.  4 January 1884.             

Insert 4  Approved 2 February 1884

Invoice from Davis Kitch for replacement of lamp posts.   15 January 1884.

Insert 5  Approved 4 February 1884

Payroll statement for Henry N. Howell for services as Chief of Fire Department for January 1884.  1 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Truck A of Fire Department for January 1884.  1 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Co. No. 1 of Fire Department for January 1884.  1 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Co. No. 2 of Fire Department for January 1884.  1 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Co. No. 3 of Fire Department for January 1884.  1 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Co. No. 4 of Fire Department for January 1884.  1 February 1884.

Invoice from Henry Martin for bricks.  28 May 1883.  Invoice misplaced and later found with invoices approved 1 February 1884.  No approval date.

Insert 6  Approved 4 and 8 February 1884

Invoice from William Kirkpatrick for reimbursement for household items ordered destroyed due to small pox.  2 February 1884.

Deposition from Henry Reiner for reimbursement for household items ordered destroyed due to small pox.  4 February 1884.

Insert 7  Approved 5 and 8 February 1884

Invoice from The Lancaster Gas Light and Fuel Co. for gas consumption for City Truck A for quarter ending January 1.  1 January 1884.

Invoice from The Lancaster Gas Light and Fuel Co. for gas consumption for Engine Number 4 for quarter ending January 1.  1 January 1884.

Invoice from Lewis Noll for brooms for Fire Department.  4 January 1884.

Invoice from H. Miller and Son for castile soap for Fire Department.  15 January 1884.

Invoice from F. Shroder & Co. for thread waste for Fire Department.  16 January 1884.

Invoice from Benjamin Henry for mattresses and bolsters.  31 January 1884.

Invoice from Philip Rudy for harness supplies and repair.  31 January 1884.

Invoice from G. M. Steinman & Co. for miscellaneous hardware for Fire Department for January 3-25.  1 February 1884.

Invoice from Edward Walker for horse shoeing.  1 February 1884.

Invoice from Philip Doerson for engine parts and supplies for Fire Department for January 17-30.  3 February 1884.

Invoice from B. F. Groff, veterinary surgeon for services for November-December 1883 and January 1884.  5 February 1884. 

Insert 8  Approved 6 February 1884

Return of fine to Harry S. Deichler for alleged violation of fire ordinance.  9 February 1884.

Insert 9  Approved 7 and 8 February

Invoice from John Best & Son for locks and asbestos mill board for the Water Works, December 1883 and January 1884.  31 January 1884.

Invoice from George M. Steinman & Co. for miscellaneous hardware supplies for Water Works, September 14, 1883-January 23, 1884.  1 February 1884.

Invoice from George M. Steinman & Co. for miscellaneous hardware supplies, September 17, 1883-January 15, 1884.  1 February 1884.

Invoice from Kauffman and Keller for delivery of coal for Water Works, January 1884.  1 February 1884.

Invoice from Kauffman and Keller for delivery of coal to the poor of the city.  7 February 1884.

Invoice for payment of advertising in the New Era, Intelligencer and Examiner for proposals for coal purchase by the Relief Committee.  7 February 1884.

Payment voucher for Thomas F. [McElligott] for services as clerk to the Relief Committee.  7 February 1884.

Invoice for travel expenses to New York for C. F. Myers, Treasurer of Water Committee.  7 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Water Department for January 25-February 7.  9 February 1884.

Insert 10  Approved 7 and 9 February 1884

Invoice from [William] Richardson for glass for Market Committee.  1 February 1884.

Insert 11  Approved 8 February 1884

Payroll voucher for Henry Dorley for services as Market Master for January 1884.  31 January 1884.

Payroll voucher for Daniel McLaughlin for repair services from May 4-December 4, 1883.  4 February 1884.

Payroll voucher for Dr. H. E. Westauffer for services as Health Commissioner for January 9-February 9.  4 February 1884.

Invoice from Henry Rawlings for reimbursement for destruction of small pox bedding belonging to David Bitner, John Remley, Arthur, McCarter, William Pennington, William Kirkpatrick, John Kirsch, Alexander [Smallvachs], and John Smith, January 14-February 2.  4 February 1884.

Invoice from I. D. Holman for conveying patients to small pox hospital.  4 February 1884.

Invoice from Kauffman, Keller & Co. for delivery of coal for mayor’s office, October 17, 1883-January 17, 1884.  February 1884.

Invoice for G. M. Kline and D. Y. Eshleman for professional services in the case of the City of Lancaster vs. Edward Welchans.  No date.

 

 

Folder 11  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  Approved 21 and 22 February 1884

Invoice from Peters & Shirk for thread waste for Water Works.  11 February 1884.

Invoice from A. C. Kepler for shovel.  13 February 1884.

Invoice from G. D. Bair for boiler repair, February 8-11.  14 February 1884.

Invoice from The Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Company for freight charges.  16 February 1884.

Invoice from  B. C. Tillinghast for valves for Water Department.  19 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Water Department for February 8-21.  21 February 1884.

Insert 2  Approved 22 February 1884

Payroll ledger for Street Department for February 13-21.  21 February 1884.

Invoice from Frank A. Ricker for costs for witnesses in the Court of Common Pleas.  No. date.

Insert 3  Approved 25 February 1884 and 4 March 1884

Invoice from The Pennsylvania Globe Gas Light Co. for care of gas lamps for January 1884.  31 January 1884.

Invoice from The Maxim Electric Light & Power Company for electric lights for January 15-February 15.  16 February 1884.

Insert 4  Approved 29 February 1884

Payroll voucher for S. H. Levan for services as Street Commissioner for February 1884.  22 February 1884.

payroll voucher for Peter Nagle for services as Lock-up Keeper for February 1884.  29 February 1884.

Payroll voucher for Henry Dorley for services as Market Master for February 1884.  29 February 1884.

Payroll voucher for Jacob Halbach for services as Superintendent for Water Works for February 1884.  29 February 1884.

Payroll voucher for W. H. Stehman for services as Engineer at Water Works for February 1884.  29 February 1884.

Payroll voucher for H. N. Howell for services as Chief of Fire Department for February 1884.  29 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Truck A of Fire Department for February 1884. 29 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 1 of Fire Department for February 1884.  29 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 2 of Fire Department for February 1884.  29 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 3 of Fire Department for February 1884.  29 February 1884. 

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 4 of Fire Department for February 1884.  29 February 1884.

Payroll ledger for Police Department for February 1884.  29 February 1884.

Insert 5  Approved 4 March 1884

Invoice from Henry Martin, Supervisor of Lancaster Township for road tax for 1883.  20 February 1884.

Invoice from Lancaster Freie Presse for publishing announcements and notices for September 27, 1883 – January 20, 1884. 20 February 1884.

Invoice from Frank A. Ricker for costs for Court of Common Pleas. No date.

Invoice from Samuel Evans, A. N. Cassel, Henry Eckert, M. A. Metzger, and J. B. Erb for assessing street damages.  No date.

Insert 6  Approved 6 and 21 March 1884

Invoice from The Pennsylvania Globe Gas Light Co. for care of gas lamps February 1884.  29 February 1884.

Invoice from David M. Mayer for [twine] for November-December 1883.  No date.

Insert 7  Approved 8 and 21 March 1884

Invoice from Bowers & Hurst for ticking and blankets for the [Pfisterer] family per Dr. Westauffer.  8 March 1884. 

Insert 8  Approved 21 March 1884 

Invoice from Steinman & Hensel  for advertising and printing for September 10, 1883-January 28, 1884.  13 February 1884.

Invoice from The Lancaster Examiner for advertising for September 10, 1883-January 26, 1884.  13 February 1884.

Invoice from I. D. Holman for conveying John Schwartz to small pox hospital.  25 February 1884.

Invoice from Henry Rawlings for destruction of bedding for Benjamin Samson, John Schwartz, William Pennington, William Myers, Anslem [Reinir], and Charles Steel due to small pox.  6 March 1884.                                     

Invoice from The Maxim Electric Light & Power Company for electric lighting for February 15-March 15.  15 March 1884.

Invoice from George [Staices] for snow removal.  19 March 1884.

Invoice from Sprecher & Pfeiffer for market house roof repair.  20 March 1884.

Invoice from William H. Roy for making 2 sets of assessment books.  21 March 1884.

Invoice from George W. Eaby, Clerk of Quarter Session for reimbursement to street viewers.  24 March 1884.

Insert 9  Approved 24 March 1884

Invoice for Henry N. Howell for services as Chief of Fire Department for March 1884.  1 April 1884.

Invoice from A. K. Spurrier, Alderman for costs in civil suit.  No date.

Insert 10  Approved 29 March 1884

Payroll ledger for Truck A of Fire Department for March 1884.  1 April 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 1 of Fire Department for March 1884.  1 April 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 2 of Fire Department for March 1884.  1 April 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 3 of Fire Department for March 1884.  1 April 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 4 of Fire Department for March 1884.  1 April 1884.

Insert 11  Approved 29 March 1884 and 2 April 1884

Invoice from Philip Lebzelter & Co. for blocks for Markets.  26 March 1884.

Insert 12  Approved 31 March 1884

Invoice from Humphreville and Keiffer for repairs to gas fixtures for January 3-18.  31 March 1884.

Insert 13  Approved 31 March 1884 and 4 April 1884

Invoice from Leonard Eckert for lime for Street Department.  21 February 1884.

Invoice from William Sorenze, Street Commissioner, for bricks for February 15-20.  15 March 1884.

Invoice from Stoner, Shreiner & Co. for cement and nails for Street Department for February 20-23.  6 March 1884.

Invoice from Philip Lebzelter & Co. for stakes for Street Department, April 16, 1883-March 13, 1884.  26 March 1884.

Invoice from D. H. Wenger & Bro. for lime for Street department for February 25-March 22.  27 March 1884.

Payroll ledger for Street Department for March 11-29.  29 March 1884.

Invoice from Baumgardner, Eberman & Co. for lumber for Street Department for February 16-25.  No date.

Insert 14  Approved 1 April 1884

Payroll voucher for Jacob Halbach for services as Superintendent of Water Works for March.  1 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for W. H. Stehman for services as Engineer at Water Works for March.  1 April 1884.

Insert 15  Approved 2 April 1884

Request from David L. Deen, Clerk of Court  to reimburse Harry Deichler for amount paid for driving over fire hose before ordinance prohibiting same became law.  9 February 1884.

Invoice from Henry [Doerley] for replacing glass window panes in Market Houses.  15 March 1884.

Invoice from John Baer’s Sons for office supplies for April 23, 1883-March 8, 1884.  21 March 1884.

Invoice from John H. Pearsol for printing services for December 3, 1883-March 10, 1884.  29 March 1884.

Payroll voucher for DuBois Rohrer for 3 months services as Clerk of Finance Committee.  2 April 1884.

Invoice from Mayor John T. MacGonigle for reimbursement for office supplies and freight charges.  7 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for John T. MacGonigle for services as Mayor for 2 months and 21 days.  7 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for Peter Nagle for services as Janitor and Lockup Keeper for March and 7 days in April.  7 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for Henry Dorley for services as Market Master for March and 7 days in April.  7 April 1884.

Payroll ledger for Police Officers for march and 7 days in April.  7 April 1884.

 

 

Folder 12  Invoices for Work Done

Insert 1  Approved 4 April 1884

Invoice from G. L. FonDersmith for office supplies for August 11, 1883-February 2, 1884.  18 March 1884.

Payroll voucher for Jacob K. Barr for services as Clerk of Street Committee for January 1-March 31, 1884.  31 March 1884.

Invoice from C. F. Myers for postage stamps and kindling wood.  3 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for J. B. Lichty for services as Clerk of S[elect] C[ommittee].  3 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for David L. Deen for services a Clerk of Common Council for January 1-April 1, 1884.  3 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for C. F. Myers for services as Treasurer and Clerk of Market Committee.  3 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for B. J. Brown for services as Clerk to Water Committee for one quarter.  4 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for S. H. Sevan for services as Street Commissioner for March 1-April 7, 1884.  4 April 1884.

Payroll ledger for Street Department for April 1-4, 1884.  4 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for J. W. Johnson for services as City Solicitor for one quarter. No date.

Insert 2  Approved 5 and 18 April 1884

Invoice from Patrick Cherry for hiring of two horse coach.  25 March 1884.

Insert 3  Approved 17 and 18 April 1884

Payroll voucher for L. D. [Bair] for labor for repairing boilers.  1 April 1884.

Insert 4  Approved 18 April 1884

Payroll voucher for Gustave Waitz for street cleaning of market offal and hauling ashes for one quarter.  8 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for John H. Loucks for service as messenger.  10 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for John H. Loucks for services for attendance at committee meetings, for March 6-April 4, 1884.  10 April 1884.

Invoice from Horstmann Brothers & Co. for gilt buttons.  10 April 1884.

Payroll voucher for W. H. Stehman for services as Engineer at Water Works for April 1-13, 1885.  16 April 1884.

Insert 5  Approved 15 April 1884 and 2 May 1884

Payroll voucher for [Abram] Maxwell for cleaning services at Market Houses.  25 April 1884.

Insert 6  Approved 28 April 1884 and 2 May 1884

Payroll ledger for Street Department for April 8-26, 1884.  28 April 1884.

Insert 7  Approved 29 April 1884

Payroll voucher for Henry H. Howell for services as Chief of Fire Department for April 1884.  30 April 1884.

Payroll ledger for Truck A of Fire Department for April 1884.  30 April 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine No. 1 of Fire Department for April 1884.  30 April 1884.  

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 2 of Fire Department for April 1884.  30 April 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 3 of Fire Department for April 1884.  30 April 1884.

Payroll ledger for Engine Company No. 4 of Fire Department for April 1884. 30 April 1884.

Insert 8  Approved 29 April 1884 and 2 May 1884

Invoice from Cyrus Ruhl for one pair of bay horses.  28 April 1884.

Insert 9  Approved 1 and 2 May 1884

Invoice from C. F. Quade for hauling.  18 April 1884.

Invoice from J. L. Wisler for hauling. 26 April 1884.

Insert 10  Approved 2 May 1884

Payroll voucher for Jacob Halbach for services as Superintendent of Water Works for April 1884.  1 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for John A. Hamilton for services as Engineer at Water Works for April 1884.  1 May 1884.

Voucher for Elizabeth Pinkerton for damages for opening Shippen Street to Church Street.  No date.

Insert 11  Approved 6 and 16 May 1884

Invoice from The Pennsylvania Globe Gas Light Co. for lighting, care of and furnishing material for 232 lamps for March 1884.  31 March 1884.

Invoice from Lancaster Gas Light and Fuel Co. for gas consumed for quarter ending April 1 for Market Houses 1, 2, 3, for Council Rooms, and for Station House.  10 April 1884. (6 total pieces)

Insert 12  Approved 7 May 1884

Payroll voucher for David L. Deem for services as Street Commissioner April 7-May 7, 1884.  7 May 1884.

Insert 13  Approved 9 May 1884

Payroll voucher for H. C. Shenck for services as Turnkey for April 7-May 7, 1884.  9 May 1884.

Insert 14  Approved 10 and 16 May 1884

Invoice from H. C. Shenck for whitewashing Station House.  9 May 1884.

Invoice from Peter Winower for painting materials and painting Station House.  10 May 1884.

Insert 15  Approved 12 and 16 May 1884

Payroll ledger for Street Department for April 28 – May 10, 1884.  12 May 1884.

Insert 16  Approved 16 May 1884

Invoice from D. R. McCormick, M. D. for vaccinations.  22 March 1884.

Invoice from Brimmer & Tucker for lettering on Police Detail Board.  6 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for John H. Loucks for attending committee meetings for April 15-May 15, 1884.  16 May 1884.

Insert 17  Approved 30 May 1884

Payroll voucher for Dr. H. E. Westhaffer for services as Health Commissioner for March 9-April 9, 1884.  16 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for H. F. Eberman for 2 months salary for Clerk of Fire Committee.  28 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for Henry N. Howell for services as Chief of Fire Department for May 1884.  30 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for Truck A of Fire Department for May 1884.  30 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for Engine No. 1 of Fire Department for May 1884.  30 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for Engine No. 2 of Fire Department for May 1884.  30 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for Engine No. 3 of Fire Department for May 1884.  30 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for Engine No. 4 of Fire Department for May 1884.  30 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for J. Halbach for services as Superintendent of Water Works for May 1884.  30 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for J. A. Hamilton for services as Engineer at Water Works for May 1884.  30 May 1884.

Payroll voucher for David L. Deen for services as Street Commissioner for May 7 to June 1, 1884.  1 June 1884.

 

 

Series 1, Box 2

Folder 13  Arrest Warrants

Insert 1  Defendant:  Harry Lyons

Police Officer:  George B. Callahan

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 1, 1918

Case #:  1879

Insert 2  Defendant:  William Clark

Police Officer:  George B. Callahan

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 1, 1918

Case #:  1880

Insert 3  Defendant:  John C. Myers

Police Officer:  William Beck

Charge: Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 2, 1918

Case #:  1881

Insert 4  Defendant:  John Grubley

Police Officer:  B. Frank Finefrock

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date: November 2, 1918

Case #:  1882

Insert 5  Defendant:  Walter Maynard

Police Officer:  Fred Pryor

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 3, 1918

Case #:  1883

Insert 6  Defendant:  Raymond F. Sheil

Police Officer:  John F. Able

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 4, 1918

Case #:  1884

Insert 7  Defendant:  Samuel Solsky

Police Officer:  George H. Schaum

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 5, 1918

Case #:  1885

Insert 8  Defendant:  Harry Dommel

Police Officer:  Peter J. Bauer

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 7, 1918

Case #:  1886

Insert 9  Defendant:  Harry Lamparter

Police Officer:  D. G. Daily

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 7, 1918

Case #:  1887

Insert 10  Defendant:  Harry Lamparter

Police Officer:  C. Henry Smith

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 7, 1918

Case #:  1888

Insert 11  Defendant:  Harry Miller

Police Officer:  Fred Pryor

Charge: Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 9, 1918

Case #:  1889

Insert 12  Defendant:  James Carr

Police Officer:  David N. Trapnell

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 10, 1918

Case #:  1890

 

Folder 14  Arrest Warrants

Insert 1  Defendant:  Ambrogi Cranley

Police Officer:  Peter J. Bauer

Charge:  Violating City Firearms Ordinance, Violating City Fireworks Ordinance

Date:  November 11, 1918

Case #:  1891

Insert 2  Defendant:  Ray Bauman

Police Officer:  William D. Beck

Charge:  Violating City Fireworks Ordinance, Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 11, 1918

Case #:  1892

Insert 3  Defendant:  Raymond Groff

Police Officer:  Samuel Raum

Charge:  Violating City Fireworks Ordinance

Date:  November 11, 1918

Case #:  1893

Insert 4  Defendant:  Patrick Hagen

Police Officer:  David G. Daily

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 11, 1918

Case #:  1894

Insert 5  Defendant:  Benny Montor

Police Officer:  John W. Thran

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 11, 1918

Case #:  1895

Insert 6  Defendant:  Frank Massaline and Antonio Mastenna

Police Officer:  Edward W. Baker

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 11, 1918

Case #:  1896

Insert 7  Defendant:  Howard Miller

Police Officer:  Thomas H. Morgan

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 11, 1918

Case #:  1897

Insert 8  Defendant:  Elvin Kachel

Police Officer:  George W. McCue

Charge:  Violating City Fireworks Ordinance

Date:  November 12, 1918

Case #:  1898

Insert 9  Defendant:  Joseph Shenk and Jasper Eberts

Police Officer:  George W. McCue

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 13, 1918

Case #: 1899

Insert 10  Defendant:  John F. Johnson

Police Officer:  B. Frank Finefrock

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 13, 1918

Case #: 1900

Insert 11  Defendant:  John Hart

Police Officer:  Jonas Goodman

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 13, 1918

Case #: 1901

Insert 12  Defendant:  Charles Greenwalt

Police Officer:  David N. Trapnell

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 13, 1918

Case #:  1902

 

 

Folder 15  Arrest Warrants

Insert 1  Defendant:  William Bowman

Police Officer:  B. Frank Finefrock

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 14, 1918

Case #:  1903

Insert 2  Defendant:  Graybill Dornbaugh

Police Officer:  Charles W. Flora

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 16, 1918

Case #:  1904

Insert 3  Defendant:  Frank Casini

Police Officer:  George H. Schaum

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 16, 1918

Case #:  1905

Insert 4  Defendant:  Samuel Barber

Police Officer:  Frank L. Negley

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 18, 1918

Case #:  1906

Insert 5  Defendant:  E. S. Clendman

Police Officer:  Jesse S. Brown

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 19, 1918

Case #:  1907

Insert 6  Defendant:  Frank Castner

Police Officer:  David N. Trapnell

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 27, 1918

Case #:  1908

Insert 7  Defendant:  Edward Hinchey

Police Officer:  Harry J. Winower

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 28, 1918

Case #: 1909

Insert 8  Defendant:  Martin Bowman

Police Officer:  David N. Trapnell

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 29, 1918

Case #: 1910

Insert 9  Defendant:  Bessie Atkins

Police Officer:  David G. Daily

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 30, 1918

Case #:  1911

Insert 10  Defendant:  Samuel Cummings

Police Officer:  Lewis F. [Weiles]

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  November 30, 1918

Case #:  1912

 

 

Folder 16  Arrest Warrants

Insert 1  Defendant:  George Johnson (on warrant)

George Johnson, William Amer, Clayton Burkholder, Thomas O’Conner and Oliver [Moowawer] (on complaint)

Police Officer:  Samuel Raum

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 1, 1919

Case #:  2086

Insert 2  Defendant:  George Hardy

Police Officer:  A. L. Diffenbaugh

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 3, 1919

Case #:  2087

Insert 3  Defendant:  John Murray

Police Officer:  George W. McCue

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 8, 1919

Case #:  2088

Insert 4  Defendant:  Walter Douts and George Kurtz

Police Officer:  John C. Kiehl

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 8, 1919

Case #:  2089

Insert 5  Defendant:  Harry Haines

Police Officer:  John W, Thran

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 9, 1919

Case #:  2090

Insert 6  Defendant:  Michael Kreckovich

Police Officer:  John Kuhns

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 9, 1919

Case #:  2091

Insert 7  Defendant:  Alexander Mc Donald

Police Officer:  John W. Thran

Charge: Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 9, 1919

Case #:  2092

Insert 8  Defendant:  Bertha Warfel and Benjamin Harsh

Police Officer:  Edward Wetzel

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 9, 1919

Case #:  2093

Insert 9  Defendant:  Charles Gormley

Police Officer:  Jonas Goodman

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 12, 1919

Case #:  2094

Insert 10  Defendant:  Witney Franklin

Police Officer:  William Orem

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 11, 1919

Case #:  2095

Insert 11  Defendant:  James Haley

Police Officer:  J. S. Brown

Charge:  Vagrancy

Date:  June 11, 1919

Case #:  2096

 

 

Folder 17  Arrest Warrants

Insert 1  Defendant:  Charles McKilchey

Police Officer:  D. G. Daily

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 12, 1919

Case #:  2097

Insert 2  Defendant:  Charles Russel

Police Officer:  William Orem

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 14, 1919

Case #:  2098

Insert 3  Defendant:  Frank O’Donell

Police Officer:  Albert Nickel

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 14, 1919

Case #:  2099

Insert 4  Defendant:  Walter Charles

Police Officer:  B. Frank Finefrock

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 14, 1919

Case #:  2100

Insert 5  Defendant:  George Lawrence

Police Officer:  J. S. Brown

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 14, 1919

Case #:  2101

Insert 6  Defendant:  Howard Beamsderfer and Gertrude Pavenger

Police Officer:  Peter J. Bauer

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 18, 1919

Case #:  2102

Insert 7  Defendant:  Harry Moore

Police Officer:  Joseph Hogarth

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 17, 1919

Case #:  2103

Insert 8  Defendant:  James Carr

Police Officer:  William D. Beck

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 18, 1919

Case #: 2104

Insert 9  Defendant:  Charles T. Ellis

Police Officer:  Walter W. Dull

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 21, 1919

Case #:  2105

Insert 10  Defendant:  Joseph Curry

Police Officer:  Charles F. Aument

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 21, 1919

Case #:  2106

Insert 11  Defendant:  Samuel Montooth

Police Officer:  B. Frank Finefrock

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 21, 1919

Case #:  2107

 

 

Folder 18  Arrest Warrants

Insert 1  Defendant:  Marion Churchill

Police Officer:  William J. Orem

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 21, 1919

Case #:  2108

Insert 2  Defendant:  Elmer Snyder

Police Officer:  Edward Wetzel

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 21, 1919

Case #:  2109

Insert 3  Defendant:  George Snyder and Malin Mohr

Police Officer:  Walter G. Bushong

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 21, 1919

Case #:  2110

Insert 4  Defendant:  Edward Deacon

Police Officer:  Lewis F. [Weiles]

Charge:  Vagrancy

Date:  June 22, 1919

Case #:  2111

Insert 5  Defendant:  George Pappas and Nick Pappas

Police Officer:  John Wahl

Charge: Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 23, 1919

Case #:  2112

Insert 6  Defendant:  Frank Houseal

Police Officer:  J. S. Brown

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 26, 1919

Case #:  2113

Insert 7  Defendant:  James King

Police Officer:  David G. Daily

Charge:  Vagrancy

Date:  June 27, 1919

Case #:  2114

Insert 8  Defendant:  Robert Rohrer and John Mull (also noted as John Smith)

Police Officer:  John C. Kiehl

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 30, 1919

Case #:  2115

Insert 9  Defendant:  Adam Merringer

Police Officer:  Albert Nickel

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 30, 1919

Case #:  2116

Insert 10  Defendant:  Jacob F. Charles

Police Officer:  Samuel Raum

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 30, 1919

Case #:  2117

Insert 11  Defendant:  William Robinson

Police Officer:  Daniel E. Boas

Charge:  Disorderly Conduct

Date:  June 30, 1919

Case #:  2118

 

Folder 19  Tax collectors book for real estate taxes for Southeast Ward for year 1860-1861.  Recorded alphabetically.  Also a recording of tenants and single men.  Record of tax receipts from A. A. Messenkop, Tax Collector for Southeast Ward for 1860 and received by Henry C. Wentz, Treasurer.

 

Folder 20  First Ward, 1868

Tax collector book for real estate bounty fund taxes for First Ward for 1868.  Recorded alphabetically as paid and if person was a soldier.

Record of tax receipts from Leonard Krause, Tax Collector, for First Ward for 1868 and received by James F. Ricksecker, Treasurer.

 

Folder 21  First Ward and Second Ward, 1870

Tax collector book for head tax and single men for First Ward for 1870.  Recorded alphabetically. Also includes extra assessment.  Record of tax receipts from W. Powell, Tax Collector, for First Ward for 1870 and received by [J. S. Markley], Treasurer.

Tax collector book for head tax and single men for Second Ward for 1870.  Recorded alphabetically.  Also includes extra assessment.

Record of tax receipts from Philip S. Baker, Tax Collector, for Second Ward for 1870 and received by  [J. S. Markley], Treasurer.

 

Folder 22  Sixth Ward and Ninth Ward, 1855, 1870

Tax collector book for head tax and single men for Sixth Ward for 1870.  Recorded alphabetically.  Also includes extra assessment.

Record of tax receipts from Joshua W. Jack, Tax Collector for the Sixth Ward for 1870 and received by [J. S. Markley], Treasurer.

Letter authorizing Joshua W. Jack to serve as tax collector attached to book.

Tax collector book for head, bounty and single men for Ninth Ward for 1870.  Recorded alphabetically.  Also includes extra assessment.

Record of tax receipts from Peter Lutz, Tax Collector for Ninth Ward for 1870 and received by [J. S. Markley], Treasurer.  Found in book is an invoice from Jacob G. Getzer for hauling for March 1-13, 1855.

 

Folder 23  Tax collector book for Ninth Ward for real estate, tenants, and single men for 1881.  Recorded alphabetically. Record of receipts from David M. Adams, Tax Collector for Ninth Ward for 1881 and received by William McComsey, Treasurer.  Letter authorizing David M. Adams to serve as tax collector is attached to book.

 

Folder 24  First Ward and Third Ward, 1889

Tax collector book for First Ward for real estate, tenants, and single men for 1889. Recorded alphabetically.  Letter authorizing John Hege to serve as tax collector is attached to book.

Tax collector book for Third Ward for real estate, tenants, and single men for 1889.  Recorded alphabetically.  Letter authorizing John Hege to serve as tax collector is attached to book.

 

Folder 25  Sixth Ward and Ninth Ward, 1889

Tax collector book Sixth Ward for real estate, tenants, and single men for 1889.  Recorded alphabetically.  Letter authorizing John Hege to serve as tax collector is attached to book.

Tax collector book Ninth Ward for real estate, tenants, and single men for 1889.  Recorded alphabetically.  Letter authorizing John Hege to serve as tax collector is attached to book.

 

Folder 26  Delinquent tax collector book for First Ward for real estate, tenants, and single men for 1893.  Recorded alphabetically.

Folder 27  Delinquent tax collector book for Fifth Ward for real estate, tenants, and single men for 1893.  Recorded alphabetically.

 

Folder 28  Third Ward, Fourth Ward and Fifth Ward, No date

Tax collector book Third Ward for real estate, tenants, and single men.  No date.  Recorded alphabetically.

Tax collector book Fourth Ward for real estate, tenants, and single men.  No date.  Recorded alphabetically.

Tax collector book Fifth Ward for real estate, tenants, and single men.  No date.  Recorded alphabetically.

 

Box 2

Series 2  2008 Purchase

Folder 1  Market Houses

Invoice from G. T. Zahm for clerking sale of market stands and butcher shambles, and fish stands in Centre Square. Paid and approved by City Council. April 1855.

Invoice from Mathias Zahm for making a proclamation at market in reference to market stands and butcher shambles, and fish stands in Centre Square.  April 1855. (Attached to above invoice) 

Invoice from Mathias Zahm for making proclamation and paying stall rent, and renting market stands in Centre Square.  Approved by City Council.  May and June 1857.

 

Folder 2  Waterworks

Request for proposals on water pipes for city, with specifications.  From Mayor’s Office, with mayoral letterhead.  On reverse: estimates from John Mingle & Son, Snyder & Price, and Richard Stileman.  2 June 1836.

Letter to Mayor Christian Keiffer from John Griffin, manager of Safe Harbor Iron Works, regarding an order of water pipes.  13 July 1852.

Invoice from Samuel L. Leaman for purchase of one boat.  Approved by City Council.  18 December 1871.

 

Folder 3  City Function

Insert 1  Lamps

Resolution from Mayor to contract with John F. Steinman for supplying oil for city lamps.  Adopted by City Council.  1 November 1825.

Lamplighters Log showing names, days, hours worked and amount of oil used.  (loosely attached to board)  November 1851 to March 1852.

Insert 2 Roadways

Request from Jacob Sener to Common Council to construct a lateral railroad from main route to Prince Street.  Instruction by Railroad Committee to supervise construction to avoid injury to city.  Approved by Select Council.  Attested by John Baker.  10 October 1834.

Select Council approval of laying track for railway from N. Queen St. to Chestnut St. and  Prince St.  Signed by I. Michael, Jacob Rathfon and William Flick.  On reverse: request for cost estimate for laying railway down Chestnut St. to Water St. and up to state road.  Read and approved by Select Council. 16 February 1837.

House of Representatives File No. 111, Senate File No. 84.  Mr. Cochran, Select.  Act for extending Prince Street and laying out and opening a new street from S. Queen St. to intersect Prince St. south of the city.  Copy of Original, certified by E. S. Goodrich, Senate.  Note on document: “Bill has become a law.”  Signed A. Herr Smith.  Read 28 January 1846.  Certified 5 July 1846.

Insert 3  Resolution, Invoice and Ordinances

Resolution from select council minutes that the mayor is authorized to sell the Powder House.  Adopted by Select Council, signed by Thomas Yarnell.  Adopted in Common Council, signed D. Fuller.  2 May 1826.

Ordinance concerning opening and exposing oysters to sale and regulating hucksters in the city of Lancaster.  Note on document: about use in market space during market hours.  3 April 1827.

Supplemental ordinance to the ordinance authorizing John F. Remly to build a distillery on his lot.  Supplemental ordinance pertains to construction of hog pens on his lot.  Sent before Common and Select Council.  Authorized and permitted by common and select council.  On reverse:  note recording that document was in select council, ordinance read and laid over till next meeting.  signed William Whiteside.  3 March 1835.

Invoice for the purchase of glass and glazing to H. L. Zahm and C. I. Zahm from George W. Brown to replace glass broken by the firing of cannons in Centre Square.  Invoice presented to Mayor Sanderson.  Payment indicated.  7 May 1862.

 

 

Folder 4  Petitions

Insert 1  Petitions for night watchman and the hanging of signs

Recommendation of John Boot for Night Watch duty, sent to Mayor John Mathiot.  Signed by twenty two individuals: George W. Barton, Albert F. Osterloh, Reah Frazer, James Buchanan, J. Franklin Reigert, William Norris, Frederich Hambright, [N. C. Scholfield], W. O. [Danner], [J.] Reiztel, George [Withers], Samuel Dale, John P. Myer, George B. Kerfoot, Steinman & Son, J. K. Findlay, Grabill Diller, C. Brenner, D. [     ], Samuel E. Gundaker, David Longenecker, F. A. Muhlenberg, Christian Bachman.  15 October 1838.

Petition to Select and Common Council referring to signs or other items hanging and extending more than two feet, six inches from the dwelling.  Seeking repeal of the 4th section of ordinance passed 21 September 1846.  Heard and referred to a joint committee.  Signed by 69 Individuals:  Watson H. Miller, [George B. Meerer], [John _ellers], Benjamin Lichty, William C. F. Sheer, H. C. [    ], C. Hager, George Ford, David Killinger, G. M. Zahm, Charles E. Wentz & Bro., John N. Lane, David Bair, L. Howett, [     ], Rotharmel & Beates, A. Steward, A. S. Cline, [A.] Russel, Return E. Fahnestock, [     ], [F. B.] Sturgis, James [Holtz], L. I. Demuth, [J.] P. Hoffmeier, William [    ], James Wickes, Daniel Fagan, John Hamilton, C. [Danner & Son], William B. [Rootch], [Jonas D. Bachman], Pinkerton & Smeltz, R. Moderwell, Ely Perry, William Locher, Michael McGrann, David King, Jacob King, D. Cockley & Co., George B. Mowery, H. [Shea_ ], Jacob Christ, John F. [Sh__ ], Edwin M. Hambright, Peter L. [Gorner], Henry Swentzel, John Kreider, Christian Weidmyer, John H.  Duchman, John Christ, James H. Barnes, Solomon Sprecher, M. C. Keisser, Adam Wolf, William [     ], G. H. Smith, Charles W. Cooper, D. Hostetter, Jacob Hostetter, F. A. Muhlenberg, I. F. Heinitsh & Son, Charles [McConell], Jacob Musgrove, George D. Eberman, [H. I. W. Feldesson], Peter McConomy. 3 November 1846.

Insert 2  Zellerbach Murder Reward

Petition to Common and Select Council from George Hughes requesting the reward for apprehension of Kobler Musselman for the murder of Latranis Zellerbach. Read and laid on table. Signed by 23 individuals: Henry Rogers, E. C. Reigart, George Musser, Hugh Maxwell, Jacob Myers, William Norris, Henry Keffer, F. A. Muhlenberg, George B. Withers, Samuel Dale, George Messenkop, John L. Thompson, A. M. [Cassiay], George B. Kerfoot, J. Franklin Reigart, Samuel E. Gundaker, William B. Fordney, William Frick, John W. Forney, Bernard Keenan, William Jenkins, John Christ, Charles Shaeffer. 4 June 1839.

Letter from Mayor John Mathiot to Select and Common Council regarding the  apprehension of Zellerbach’s murderer and reward.  $300 to be awarded to Emanuel Weinman. 1 October 1839.

Insert 3  Petition regarding public scales

Petition regarding public scales to weigh coal.  Signers request a repeal of supplements regulating and weighing coal.  Suggest a competent inspector of scales be appointed.  Signed by 124 individuals: John Shaffner, A. Danner, H. Hambright, C. F. Hoffmeier, John Kauffman, Luther Richards, Frederick Dern, Michael [     ], Abraham Bower, Robert Loag, William C. Hull, William Wright, C. Henry Mayer, H. F. [Benedict], George Hartman, William Frick, William Nauman, Michael Hambright, Gadlich Halbach, D. Heitshu, George B. Kerfoot, Peter Reed Jr., William F. Eberman, Samuel Beam, Jacob [Mill__ ], Daniel Roth, Bernhard Haag, Martin Bomberger, Jacob Eberman, Michael Malher, David Lebkicher, C. Brenner, John Scherff, George Weaver, Jacob Beam, Jacob Snyder, Abram Gander, Jacob Sener, Christian Myers, George Hinkle, Thomas [    ], Andrew [Bear], John Ackerman, G. Sener, William Buckius, John Baumiller, Thommas C. Smith, David Killinger, Jacob Danner, John Myers, John Hatz Sr., Mathias [Hensler], Arthur Armstrong, Jacob Kuhn, Henry Crise, William Kirkpatrick, Joseph Geisz, Jacob Bowman, [F.] Kuhn, Martin Shreiner Jr., William [    ], R.  [Hems], James [Hums], Jacob [Gruel], Thomas Baumgardner, Jacob McCulley, George Diller, [    ] Gable, Adam F. Hambright, C. Wills, George Gundaker, George W. [Hamusly], Adam Diller, Jacob Holtz, John D. Bowing, W. B. Reese, Brown & Reid, A. Mehaffey, Hugh S. Gara, J. M. Newsom, S. D. Childs, [      ], [P.]  Schwarz, Jacob [Heim], John Yost, A. Steward, H. R. Reed, J. W. Hubley, George Musser, [W. M. Cooper], Henry F. Carson, A. B. Kaufman, J. G. Cooper, Peter McConomy, John [Black], Daniel Rhoads, Godfried Zahm, Jacob H. Rhoads, Augustus I. Kuhn, [I.] G. Eberman, Henry Pinkerton, John W. Forney, William Morton, George Ford, J. [G.] VanCamp, J. Albright, Christian [Ziehn], Jacob Zecher, [N. C. Scholfield], William Hensel, Martin Shreiner, John H. Duchman, W. O. [Danner], Joel Shartz, H. C Locher, C. Hager, John P. Keeffer, Francis J. Burrowes, Abraham Carpenter, George Hughes, John [Heitsch], Jacob Dorwart, I. Zimmerman. 5 November 1839.

 

Folder 5  Naturalization certificate for James Williams, native of England.  Certified by John Passmore, Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas.  Admitted as a citizen of the United States.  21 August 1815.

Folder 6  Recommendation for the illumination of the city and the ringing of the bells for the arrival of Gen. Andrew Jackson.  Due and timely notice given by mayor of his approval.  Adopted, D. Carpenter, clerk, Select Council.  Adopted, D. Fuller, clerk, Common Council. Circa 1820s.