This is pretty cool. It's a list of itemized charges for medical procedures, that the doctors in Covington Kentucky decided to charge in 1853, based on what they believed were typical charges by the doctors in Cincinnati. Though it's 1853, it shows the relative cost and the way charges were calculated.
It's quite detailed, including things like day visit, night visit, cost per mile, office advice, consultation, and specific procedures like delivering the placenta, venesection, introducing a catheter, and surgical procedures. Removing a stone in the bladder ran $100 to $500, while amputating a finger or toe was only $5 to $20. Plus lots more.
Not only does it indicate prices, it also shows what things were common enough that a doctor felt it was worth posting a price or price range for.