BEAVER RUN CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN
1887
We the undersigned committee have made an estimate of the money needed in the treasury for the use of the church this day of January 1887.
Each member to pay a capitation tax of 25 cents, and on each members property, 3 1/4 cts per 100$ valuation.

Capitation

Property

Total

William Emmart

 .25

 .25

Elizabeth Fink

 .25

 .25

Edward Bailey wife & daughter

 .75

1.40

2.15

David Biser

 .25

 .22

 .47

Jacob Biser wife & one daughter

 .50

 .16

 .66

Elizabeth Leatherman

 .25

 .25

Wm Leatherman wife & 2 daugh

1.00

1.20

2.20

Silas Biser & wife

 .50

 .03

 .53

D R Leatherman & wife

 .50

 .50

Mary A Clark

 .25

 .25

Peter Biser & wife

 .50

 .90

1.40

B S Leatherman & wife

 .50

3.25

3.75

John W Leatherman & wife

 .50

3.25

3.75

John W Leatherman & wife

 .50

 .50

Annie V Shields

 .25

 .25

A M Carnell & wife

 .50

1.55

2.05

Zachariah Arnold & wife

 .50

2.86

3.36

John W Arnold & wife

 .50

2.86

3.36

Harriet Ludwick

 .25

 .25

Charles Biser & wife

 .50

 .50

Cate Leatherman

 .25

 .25

Edward Biser & wife

 .50

 .50

Frederick Biser & wife

 .50

 .73

1.23

Isaac Biser

 .25

 .25

Hannah Brenning

 .25

 .25

Taylor Arnold & wife Paid

 .50

 .25

 .75

James T Whiteman & wife

 .25

 .10

 .35

Elizabeth Whiteman

 .25

 .25

Mary Fleming & daughter

 .25

 .25

John W Kline

 .25

 .75

1.00

Matilda Kline

 .25

 .25

Margaret Clinedinst

 .25

 .25

John Bane

 .25

1.00

1.25

Hendrix Clark

 .25

 .50

 .75

Magdalene Biser

 .25

 .25

Robert E Arnold

 .25

 .25

Charles E Arnold

 .25

 .25

Robert E Whiteman

Lizzy Leatherman

Jacob McDonald & wife

 .50

 .50

Martin Biser

Nancy Arnold

Mary Rodruck

Catharine Blackburn

Mary A Spurling

Martha Biser

John R Parker

Edward Whiteman & wife

Hester A Donahue

Harriet Blackburn

Mary Parker

Hannah Leatherman

Martha Leatherman

Below Cabin Run Members

Mikle Wickert & wife & daughter

 .50

 .83

1.33

Wm Urias & wife

 .50

 .72

1.22

Rachel Biser

 .25

 .25

Provisions subscribed for the communion meeting on the 5th and 6th days of October 1887.
Meeting to commence at 2 o clock on first day.

Bread

Butter

Apple Butter

Money

George S Arnold

 .50 Paid

Peter Arnold

1.00 Paid

Frederick Biser

4

4

2 gal

Solomon Biser

2

Taylor Arnold

2

1

Zachariah Arnold

4

4

John W Arnold

2

Harriet Fleming

2

Adam Carnell

2

Wm Leatherman

2

3

Robert Leatherman

2

2

Jacob McDonald

2 gal

David Biser

3

Jacob Biser

2

George W Leatherman

 .50 Paid

John Bane

 .50 Paid

Peter Arnold to furnish mutton

70 pounds

John W Leatherman

2

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Church Expenses for the years of 1886 and 1887, up to this date
January 2nd 1888

1886

Feb 20th

Zachariah Arnold for series of meeting

10.00

April 17th

Asa Harmon expenses to annual meeting

 3.75

Aug 18th

J C Johnson expenses to Pine Church

 3.50

March 15th

Meat for Love feast 5 lbs at 6 cts

 5.10

October 14th

Utz Stoner expense to love feast

 8.00

Jany 1886

Joseph Moyers for making fires

 9.00

March 15th

J W Leatherman for wine

 1.00

1887
May 16th

Delegates to annual meeting

 8.00

June 18

Joseph Moyers for making fires

 9.00

Oct 6th

Aaron Fike expenses to communion

10.00

Dec 28th

Aaron Fike, series of meeting expenses

 5.00

  " "

Moses Fike " "

13.00

September

J W Arnold for 7 1/2 gal of oil, 33 1/4 lb paint

 6.50

  " "

Taylor Arnold to painting roof & church

 5.55

October

Peter Arnold mutton for communion 75 lbs

 4.50

Amount of expenses for years 1886 & 1887.
Settled up to this 2nd day of January 1888,
Leaves a balance in treasurys hands of $18.70 this 2nd day of January 1888.

$106.90

First Quarterly council called and met on Monday March 7th 1887,
Council opened by singing the 255th hymn, prayer and reading the 12th chapter of First Corinthians.

Case 1st

The church decides to send Sister Mary Prophet her certificate of membership.

Case 2nd

Bro Daniel B Arnold reports that he visited Sister Harriet High according to the churches request, and finds her not willing to conform to the order of the church in not wearing of gold and covering her head, by so doing she has Ex-communicated her self from the church.

Case 3rd

Report of the committee appointed at the last council in the case of Brethren Rogers & Bailey, was submitted and rejected, only three of the five of the committee being present or acted in the case, the church decides refer the matter back to the compromise that the brethren had made.

Case 4th

Church decides to send Brethren ? S Arnold & Peter Arnold as Delegates to District meeting.

Case 5th

Bro Silas Izer asks the church to give him privilege to secure by law a loss that he has sustained by a horse trade, that he has had with Sam Bane.
The Church grants his request but advises him to compromise if he can.

Case 6th

Bro John W Leatherman reports that he forwarded to the Foreign & Domestic mission Fund on December the 1st 86 $8.00.

Case 7th

Bro Benjamin Hull wishes to withdraw from the church. The church grants his request.

Case 8th

The church decides to have the church house roof painted, the trustees get the paint and have it put on.

Case 9th

The church appoints Bro Jacob McDonald as collector of church tax.
Council closed by singing the 104th hymn and prayer.

Council called an met on Monday the 16th day of May 1887. Council opened by singing the 511th hymn, and prayer and reading the 12th chapter of 1st Corinthians, and some remarks from the same.

Case 1st

A charge against Benjamin Hull of committing adultery with the widow Nannie Dunkin, investigated by Peter Arnold and John W Arnold, she acknowledged him to be the father of the child and therefore the charge is sustained.
The church decides to disown him.

Case 2nd

A charge against Edward Bailey.
The state against E Bailey for the crime of Felony, and he is held to bail in the sum of five thousand dollars.

The church decides on account of this and other things to expel him.

Council closed by singing the 111th hymn and prayer.

Council called and met on Monday the 5 day of September 1887.
Council opened by singing the 283rd hymn, prayer and reading the 13th chapter of 1st Corinthians and some remarks from the same.

Case 1st

Shall we change from the Double to the single mode of feet washing;
Church decides that the visiting members take the voice of the members on their visit.

Case 2nd

John W Leatherman reports he sent $3.00 to the foreign and Domestic mission fund this 9th day of June 1887.
Council closed by singing the 265th hymn and prayer.

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