From the Diocesan Financial Report for 1885

January 1886

1885 Expenses:

April. To Alexandra Kedrolivansky, the widow of the Archpriest, as the pension for the month of April - Fifty Dollars..................................... $50.00

Received Fifty Dollars, Alexandra Kedrolivansky.

ToW. T. Garratt shop for the recasting of two bells into one, 31 pounds at 15 cents per pound, plus $2.00 for the cast iron stands; total paid fourteen dollars and fifteen cents..............................................................$14.15

The receipt for fourteen dollars and fifteen cents was submitted to the Consistory.

Archpriest Vladimir Vechtomov

Receipts from Archpriest V. Vechtomov totaling $1961.96 were entered into the Income/Expenses book for 1885. A balance of $462.00 appears because the Archpriest V. Vechtomov has his quarters in the official [church] house. [Trans. Housing allowances were saved.]

During the first 7 months of the year, the position of the Cathedral priest was vacant, as a result a balance is shown.

Receipts from Priest N. Mitropolsky totaling $883.55 were entered into the Income/Expenses book of the Consistory.

Receipts from Deacon John Sobolev totaling $1213.52 were entered into the Income/Expenses book of the Consistory.

Receipts for $1889.10 were entered into the Income/Expenses book of the Consistory:

from [Subdeacon] Euthimius Alexine totaling....................……. $985.60;

from M. Mstislavsky totaling........................................................... $246.30;

from [Reader] Nicephorus Ptitsyn totaling.......................……..... $657.20.

The remaining sum of $82.10 occurred as a result of not paying a subdeacon's wages to anyone for one month.

Receipts for $1112.68 were entered into the Income/Expenses book of the Consistory:

from Reader Andrew Kashevaroff........................................….... $834.68;

from singer N. Ptitsyn for 4 months....................................…....... $278.00.

The remaining sum of $556.68 occurred because the position of a reader of the San Francisco Cathedral has been vacant during the last several months.

Nine hundred fifteen dollars were paid to church servants as recorded in the Income/Expenses book.

For office supplies, i.e., for the use of the post office box, the mailing of packages and letters, the purchase of the book to register documents of the Consistory and churches, etc.. $1,300.81.