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yard, September

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, September

Kennealy Bros., blacksmithing, etc., September.

C. Gerhard, harness repairs

Chas. Behlen's Sons Co., buggy repairs

F. H. Kirchner & Co., hauling bowlders

5. P. Gleason, 249.06 cu. yds. broken stone, 79.20
yds. screenings

P. Gleason, 148 ft. crossings

8. Fairmount Coal Co., two tons coal

Gunther Bros. Co., horse-keep, part of Sept.. .
" ** September

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, September

H. ]. Roberts, whip and bridle

KPL Co., hardware

** blacksmithing, etc

J. B. Wolsefer, robe and blanket

F. M. Zumstein, horse-keep, etc., September..

Vitt & Stermer, horse-keep, September

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, September ....

John Finn, blacksmithing

John Sauer, 3.82 cu. yds. broken stone

18. Cin*ti Savings Society, rent Vine-st. yard, Sept

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, September

J. L. & N. L. Pierson, two posts

F. W. Folz & Co., rent Dayton-street lot. Sept
** ** 184.20 cu. yds. broken stone

Geo. C Miller Sons Carriage Co., buggy repairs

H. Weber & Co., feed, August, September

Rogge & Downham, buggy repairs

Warren Thomas, 115.66 cu. yds. broken stone..

Henry Wiese, 95 . 50 cu. yds. gravel

" 252.92 »*

Ruebel Bros., hauling gravel

John T. Brady, shoeing, June to September ....

Street-railroad Percentage Fund carried forward . .



41,315 50

I 00

362 06

245 90

45 00

3 25
56 00
15 18

112 36

368 71

8 50

50

1 20
17 00
17 00

17 75
17 00

17 00

135 75
145 01

20 00

4 00
1585

5 90
81 00
10 50

348 06
59 20

5 00
13 60

18 00
4 00
4 00

3 98

7 93

6 75
38 00
17 00

4 00
17 20

363

20 00

4 00

50

10 00
184 20

90 00

8 92

2 05
115 56

47 75
126 46

11 00
17 40



$44t345 9'



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Board of Public Service



951



1 8



25



Street- railroad Percentage Fund brought forward
Oct.

Samuel Weil, Jr., cash paid for buggy repairs

H. ]. Roberts, two robes and blankets

M. T. Flynn, hauling 27 loads bowlders

KPL Co., blacksmithing, September

Wm. Fogarty, 316.52 cu. yds. broken stone . .
Broxterman & Walsh, 102.40 cu. yds. gravel. .

F. H. Kirchner & Co 360 ft. flagging

Wm. Fogarty 27 •*

Order of Cincinnatus Co., rent Court -street

yard, July to September

Price-Hill Inc. Plane Ry. Co., one freight ticket
Warren Thomas.. . . 115. .56 cu. yds. broken stone

Wm. Fogarty 399-44 ** **

Geo. B. Meyer, one dozen pick-handles

Aug. J. Henkel, 164 ft. flagging

26. Ruebel Bros 183.60 cu. yds. broken stone

31. James O'Maley 8 1. u



Nov.
I.
8.



Thomas Wall, one brown horse, six years old.

KPL Co., blacksmithing, October

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, October

Fairmount Coal Co. , two tons coal

F. H. Kirchner & Co., 169. 58 cu. yds. broken stone
Gunther Bros. Co., horse- keep, etc., October.



Wm. Fogarty, 144 ft. flagging

** hauling 16 loads of bowlders. .

M. T. Flynn, " 37 " " ..

Kennealy Bros., blacksmithing, etc., October.

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, October

Gunther Bros. Co Horse-keep, October

iamesGilligan ** etc., •*

^ H. Kirchner & Co., 1,055.4 ft. flagging, Oct

KPL Co., blacksmithing, October

F. M. Zumstein Horse-keep, October

Vitt & Stermer ** **

H. Weber & Co Feed,

Joseph H uth Horse-keep, **
\ A. Reilly

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, October

Cincinnati Savings Society, rent Vine-street lot
J. C. Dorn, blacksmithing, Aug., Sept., Oct..
** ** June, July, Aug. . .

W. A. Glazer&Co..327.oocu. yds. gravel

Ruebel Bros 301.67 ** broken stone

9. P. Gleason, 286.38 cu. yds. broken stone and

63 ft. flagging *.

14. H. J. Roberts, breeching, .bridle, etc

J. B. Wolsefer, one set harness

Ryan Bros., shoeing

Christian Bardes Sons* acc't rent Stark - street

yard, October

Chas. Behlen*s Sons Co., buggy repairs

John D. Behrens Horse-keep, October

A. G. Spaeth •* etc., **

Street- railroad Percentage Fund carried forward . .



44,345 91

4 55
27 50
20 25
10 61

316 52

59 39
84 00

5 40

105 00

2 50

115 56

399 44

I 65

57 40

183 60

6 80



150 00
827
2 00
5 00

169 58
19 85

19 00
28 80
12 00

27 75

25 85

2 00

7 60

20 00
211 07

II 54
38 00
19 00

5 20
19 00

19 00

4 50

20 CO
7 60

6 25
163 50
301 67

299 63
10 00
30 00

2 00

20 00

3 90
>« 35
19 75



$47,466 74



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952



Report of the Clerk



Street- railroad Percentage Fund brought forward .
Nov.



«4-



15.
21.



27.



30.

Dec.

9.



Rogg & Downham, buggy repairs, October .

Ryan Bros., shoeing, July

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, October

Yarbes & Schmurr, blacksmithing, Aug., Sept.,

October

F. W. Folz & Co., rent Dayton-street lot, Oct

KPL Co., hammer, handles, etc

Wjn. M. Johnson, insurance' $3,500

John Ungeheuer... 30.90 cu. yds. broken stone
Wm. Franke 16.40 *» unbroken "

ioseph Zetlmaier.. 84.75 " broken **
luebel Bros ,.294.87 " •* *'

Henry Wiese 134.64 ** gravel

Henry Godelman, omitted salary, July 20 to 27
Rucker Stone Co., 90.14 cu. yds. crushed stone

Wm. Fogarty 45-22 cu. yds. gravel

** 398.52 " broken stone

Joseph Kemper 190.83 "

W. A..Glazer&Co.287.36

KPL Co., one dozen pick-handles

Wm. Fogarty 18 ft. circular curb

F. H. Kirchner & Co 9 "

D. D. Lauder, harness repairs

Wm. Fogarty 104 ft. flagging

3«5 ' '



gravel



M. Burgoyne, shoeing, November

KPL Co., blacksmithing

Wm. Fogarty, 314-83 cu. yds. broken stone. . .
G. F. Snider, V. S., acc't vet. services to Dec. 9
Gunther Bros. Co. .Horse-keep, etc., November
" ** .. " November...



James Gilligan. . .. ** "

KPL Co., rammer repairs

W. A. Glazer & Co., 267 cu. yds. gravel

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, November

Kennealy Bros., blacksmithing

Christian Bardes Sons, acc't rent Stark -street

yard, November

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs

KPL Co., blacksmithing •

Ruebel Bros., hauling stone

Casper Bender 33.08 cu. yds. broken stone

J. Delaney 26.97 " "

F. M. Zumstein Horse-keep, November

A. G. Spaeth "

Vltt & Stermer

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, November '

H. Weber & Co., feed, November

F. W. Folz & Co., rent Dayton-street lot, Nov
Broxterman & Walsh, 311.55 cu. yds. gravel..
Chas. Behlen's Sons Co., buggy repairs

(* K If

KPL Co., blacksmithing, November



Street-railroad Percentage Fund brought forward. .



47,466 74

3 00
2 00
2 00

22 58
10 00
6 60
54 60
30 90

4 10

84 75
294 87

67 32

21 00

112 68

20 35
398 52

95 42
143 65

1 40

13 50

6 75

2 25
15 60
5985

6 00

5 "
314 83

15 00

21 35
19 00
19 00

19 00

3 50
^33 50

6 00

13 40

20 00

3 25

7 80
132 00

16 54
13 49
38 00
19 00
19 00

2 00
10 57
10 00

155 78
I 50

4 60

5 57



$49«975 22



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953



15
16.



>9



28.



30-



Street-railroad Percentage Fund carried forward.
Dec.

9. M. Burgojne, shoeing November

J. Boehringer, shoeing, Sept., Oct., Nov

F. A. Reilly Horse-keep, November

Joseph Huth

John Finn, blacksmithing, Oct., Nov

£. Schroder, 42 loads gravel

Aug. J. Henkel, 208.81 cu. yds. broken stone.

P. Gleason, hauling 117 loads broken stone...

** 1 1 1. 28 cu. yds. broken stone. . .

Wm. Fogarty, 135.93 ** "...

Ed. M. Ferris, 104 loads gravel

W. A. Glazer & Co., 555 cu. yds. gravel

Ryan Bros., shoeing

Wm. Fogarty, hauling bowlders

Jacob Leiser, 329. 17 cu. yds. broken stone

F. Sperber, cash paid for sundries

J. C. Dorn, blacksmithing, etc

Cin*ti Savings Society, rent Vine-st. lot, Nov..

Coney Supply Co., three sacks cement

F. H. Kirchner & Co., seven loads bowlders..

J. M. Qiiill. 535 ft. flagging

John Funke 183. 12 cu. yds. gravel

Ruebel Bros '95 • 3° " broken stone

John Bauer i ton coal

Lewis V. Smith i ••

iM "

Fairmount Coal Co " i **

Mrs. Geo. Hetz : 2.640"

J. L. & N. L. Pierson 1

Gunther Bros. Co Horse-keep, December



James Gilligan " "

W. A. Glazier & Co., 265 cu. yds. gravel

F. M. Zumstein, horse-keep, December

Ruebel Bros 68.55 cu. yds. broken stone

John Miller 337-36 "

Ruebel Bros 368.26 "

John Sauer 122.83 "

Jacob Leiser 271.40 ** **



MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF STEAM ROLLER.



Pay acc*t Hennessy, 26 weeks

Frank Hennessy, cash expended for oil, etc

July

25. Edward L. Brisken, 30 bu. coal

J. L. & N. L. Pierson 5^ tons coal

Lewis & Smith i}4 "

Joseph Sedlar i " .

Deo.

19. John Metzger, 90 per cent cost of roller repairs.

Street-railroad Percentage Fund carried forward . .



49,975 22

4 00

4 35
19 00

19 00

2 45

6 30
177 48

87 75
III 28

135 93

20 80
277 50

2 00

7 50
380 71

I 40

75
20 00

69

7 00

107 00

109 87

214 83

3 25



2

5

3

7

3

16

19 50

19 00

19 00

132 50

24 00

75 40

371 09

460 32

122 83

271 40



350 00
7 20

4 50
17 25

4 50
2 75

337 50



53,248 73



723 70



$53,972 43



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954



Report of the Clerk



Strcet-railrnflH PArrAnts(r«» 'RiinH hmn<yht fnrwarrl. .




53,972 43


Sept
I?


REPAIR OF GRANITE AND BRICK STREETS,
engineer's BRANCH.

Materials, Tools, etc,
T. F. McClure Sons Co.. 10.000 brick


165 00

4 52
15 91

10 00
165 00

5 50
148 33
219 50

5 «>
5 «>

11 00
231 00

10 00

1308

97 51

7 50

4 70

74 40


Oct.
lO.


KPL Co., blacksmithing, September






** •» Auff. Sent






Christian Bardes Sons, acc't rent Stark-st. yard,
September




17.


T. F. McClure Sons Co . 10 000 brick






Pittsburfir Coal Co. . two tons coal '.




24.


T. F. McClure Sons Co., 21,190 lbs. pitch

John Funke, sand and pebbles




31.


Fairmount Coal Co., 2 tons coal






** ** 2 "




Nov.

7


Broxtermann & Walsh, 22 loads sand




21.


T. F. McClure & Sons Co., 14,000 brick

Cliristian Bardes Sons, acc't rent Stark -street
lot, October






KPL Co.. blacksmithine-. October






(( (i <<




27.

Dec.
24.


T. F. McClure & Sons Co., 13,930 lbs. pitch. . . .
Broxterman & Walsh, 15 loads sand •.




Bode Wagon and Plow Works, tar cart repairs.
T. F. McClure & Sons Co., 93 ft. granite crossing

PAIR OF ASPHALT STREETS UNDER CONTRACT.

Barber Asphalt Paving Co., repairs. Race street.

Warren-Scharf Asphalt Paving Co., repairs ....
(( <( <( It

tt <( (( ii ■ _

<( (1 <( K

David Folz Asphalt Paving Co., repairs

<( fi (f i(

Trinidad Asphalt Paving Co., repairs

Warren-Scharf Asphalt Paving Co., repairs. . . .
Trinidad Asohalt Paviner Co.. reoairs


1,197 47


RE

Sept

12.

Oct.

18.
25-

31.


1,193 69

65675
656 75
468 75
83 75
217 50
400 00

615 00
511 25
656 75

2,530 00

60 00

49687

355 00
217 50


Nov

21.


Warren-Scharf Asphalt Paving Co., repairs

(« t( li ({

Trinidad Asohalt Pavinc Co.. reoairs




29.


Warren-Scharf Asphalt Paving Co., repairs

(( i< <4 <«

Trinidad Asphalt Paving Co., repairs






David Folz Asphalt Paving Co., repairs

treet-railroad Percentage Fund carried forward . .




S


$10,253 94


$55,«69 90



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Board of Public Service



955



Street-railroad Percentage Fund brought forward. .
Deo.
19. Warr'en-Scharf Asphalt Paving Co., repairs

David Folz Asphalt Paving Co., repairs

28. Warren-Scharf Asphalt Paving Co., repairs



Trinidad Asphalt Paving Co., repairs .



WAGES BNGINBBR AND RODMBN.

Sept.

13. Pay acc't Runck and Murray, half month, Sept. 15
27. ** ** •• »* ** 30

Oct.

15. Pay acc*t Runck and Murrav, half month, Oct. 15

30. •' •* ** ' " *♦ 30

Nov.

14. Pay acc't Runck and Murray, half month, Nov. 15
29. " ** **. ** «* 30

Deo.

13. Pay accH Runck and Murray, half month, Dec. 15

24. *• •* •* ** " 31

Toul Street-railroad Percentage Fund for street
repairing purposes



CONTINGENT ACCOUNT.

ORDINANCE 359— PILIN'G IN BLBERON AVBNUE.

Jan.

I. City Treasurer, certified portion of balance....
15. Pay acc*t slide gang, week ending January 12. . .
22. •* ** ** ** 19...

24, Joseph Kemper .... 173.51 cu. yds, broken stone

Warren Thomas ... 46.49 ** **

Feb.
28. Joseph F. Moses .... 100.88 cu. yds. broken stone

Warren Thomas ... 96.94 ** **



Total.



APPROPRIATION FOR STREET-REPAIRING
PURPOSES FOR 1901.

Street-repairing Fund —

Wages, materials, etc., repair of macadam, bowlder,

and wooden- block streets and alleys

Wages of inspector on repairs

Repair of asphalt streets

Repair of Granite and Brick Streets:

Wages of repairing gang

Materials, tools, etc

Wages of engineers and rodmen

Appropriations for Street-repairing carried forward



M>,253 94

468 75
350 00
450 00
450 00

«3 75
615 00



7083
7083

70 83
7083

7083
7083

7083
7083



40 00

33 60

173 5»

46 49

too 88
96 94



$491 42



> 5,573 50

500 00

20,000 00

9,500 00
2,000 00
1,000 00



$48,573 50



55,169 90



12,671 44



566 64



$68,407 98



$500 00



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



956



Report of the Clerk



Appropriations (or Street-repair*g brougiit forward

Street-railroad Percentage Fund-
Wages, materials, etc., repair of macadam, bowlder,

and wooden-block streeu and alleys

Repair of Granite and Brick Streets :

Materials and tools

Wages of engineers and rodmen

Repair of asphalt streets

Maintenance and operation of steam roller

Ordinance 359, Elberon-avenue piling

ToUl

CASH.

Balance

Vehicle license collections, etc

Street-Railroad Percentage

Contingent Fund

Total



STREET- RAILROAD PERCENTAGE FUND
FOR STREET- CLEANING PURPOSES.

SALARIES.

April

5. Pay acc't department, week ending April 3.
12. " ** ** ** " 10.

• » <• «i <( ly.^

** «« «« «i 24.



19. •* •• **

26. ** •* **

May

3. Pay acc't department, week ending May i . .

10. " ** " "8..

17. " " " " 15..

24. " ** " ** 22..
31. ** ** " " 29..
June

7. Pay acc't department, week ending June 5. .
14. " •* " " 12..

21. •» ** «* •* 19..

28. " ** (partial) " " 26..
Sept.

20. Pay acc't department, week ending Sept. 18. .

27. ** " ** " 25..
Oct.

4. Pay acc't department, week ending Oct. 2. .

11. ** " ** " 9..

18. " ** (partial) " ** 16..

25. " " •* " 23..
Nov.

I. Pay acc't department, week ending Oct. 30. .

8. " ** ** Nov. 6..
1^ (* <( I* (( 1^

22. ** ** ** ** 20..

29. ** " •* " 27..

Street- railroad Percentage Fund carried forward



48,573 50



53.425 00



1,200


00


750


00


16,000


00


725


00


500


00


121,173 50


4,485 56
46,875 42
68,407 98


491


42


120,260


38



3,981 30
3,988 01
3,977 49
3,384 02

4,067 82
4,101 78
4,125 00
3.774 88

4.070 23

3.633 55
4,i3> 77
4,034 73
1,739 83

3.855 59
3,597 28

4,107 33

4.071 07
1,583 64
4,053 74

4,049 37
3,536 47
4,003 07
3,988 37
3.957 97



$89,814 31



Digitized by vjOQOiS-



Board of Public Service



957



Street-railroad Percentage Fund brought forward..
Dec.

Pay acc't department, week ending Dec.



6,
"3-

20.

31-
Nov.

14.



(partial)



4..
II..
18..
25..
31 •



C. Straehley, purchasing clerk, salary half

month, November 15

A. H. Cox, purchasing agent, salary half month

November 15

29. A. H. Cox, purchasing agent, salary half month

November 30

A. C. Straehley, purchasing clerk, salary half
month, November 30



FRED, HORSES, RENT, AND MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES

Aprtl

18. Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs..

Chas. Behlen's Sons Co., buggy repairs

Pennsylvania Petrolatum Co., 51 gal. oil

Queen-City Supply Co., 50 ft. hose, etc

A. Janszen & Co., 36 lbs. soap

Stein-Vogeler Drug Co., two chamois

** ** 10 lbs. sponges

John Keeshan, two gallons arnica

G. F.'Snider, V. S., acc*t vet. services, April 9.

Louis Stix & Co., cotton and muslin

J. Rist & Co., yarn

Witt Cornice Co., 10 galvanized-iron cans

Fred. Maag, cash paid for white- wings suit

John Shillito Co., two white-wing uniforms

City and Sub. Tel. Ass'n, tel. rental April, May,
June

G. J. Phillips, rent Elm-street lot, March

Gus. Hocltge, rent 112 E. 6th st., Feb., March..

Frank Knoepfler, Comm*l-Tribune to April i...

H. W. Meier Sons, 879 ft. lumber

G. Ang^e & Co., 25 broom rollers

P. DeKoo, one dozen brooms

Grau Bros., i doz. brushes

** i- ** **

<( 1 << («

KPL Co., no lbs. broom bass

E. C. Atkins & Co., twelve 6-ft. saws

Geo. B. Meyer, carriage bolts

Pickering Hardware Co., bits, etc

Francis Fritsch Mfg. Co., wagon-shoes and shafts

•• ** 3 doz. butt-chains

H. Bremfoerder, i doz. curry-combs

•* 40 lbs. rivets

" etc

" Iron, etc

Central Brass Works, 36 bushings

Crawley & Johnston, sweeping- machine repairs.

Street-railroad Percentage Fund carried ferward . .



89,814 31

3,409 S5
3,552 75
3,422 66
3,028 23
3,234 52



37 50
125 00
125 00

37 50



24 75
II 25

8 42

9 90
2 34

80

26 50
4 00

20 00
2 16

25
40 00

4 35
4 00

30 00

40 00

6 00

2 70
19 19
37 50

3 63

27 00

75

I 50

18 98

14 40
6 01

78

14 30

1 44

I 09

I 68

3 44

72 43

«3 65

9 00

146 12



$630 31



106,787 02



106,787 02



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958



Report of the Clerk



Street-railroad Percentage Fund brought forward. .
April
x8. Aug. Binder, shoeing, Jan., Feb., April

Fitzgerald & Marshall, shoeing, Sept., Dec

Jos. T. Kaelin, shoeing, Jan., Feb., March

Freeman-ave. Horseshoeing Shop, shoeing. Mar.

A. E. Miller, shoeing, March


63031

XI 00
4 00

22 80

40

I 20

20 40

325 00
300 00
310 00
148 00
24 00
.587

367 57
279 98

21 24
4 41

44 40
10 63

.2 »5

3 40

4 18
12 02
61 25

6 30

1 80

5 ?"
9 80

6 00
6 00

20 00
290 00
432 96
160 78

52 CX)

3788

15 00

3 50

3 00

2 45
18 40
20 00

1^

8 80
I 60

1 29
42 67

2 99

4 40
4 24

64 93

14 40

31488

8 50


106,787 02


Crawford Bros., shoeine^. March




Mook & Weil 2 mules




i< 2 **




Frank Fox 2 "




Henrv Dilcr Sl Sons. I crav horse




G. Keyer & Co., millwork and lumber




Early & Daniel, bran and meal




Braun & Kipp, 1,289.22 bu. oats...

** 41. CIO lbs. hav




May

2. H. Bremfoerder, bolts, tires, clips, etc




«« 8q lbs. iron




** 24 sets SDokes




H. W. Meier Sons. 200 ft. flooring-




Adrian Meorse, one dozen mops




Woodrow Sta. and Prtg. Co., invoice books, etc.

Burckhardt & Co., 53 gal- oil

J. M. Filers & Co., saddlery hardware




(4 <l <<




Estate of Julius T. Bantlin, saddlery hardware.. .
John Keeshan, chamois .'




" 2 gal. arnica and lard




Louis ^V. Sau^r. medicines. March




Schrimper Bros., stable rent, Jan., Feb., March.

Robert Roller, shoeing, Jan., Feb., March

Bodkin & Nolan, shoeing, March




Henry Dilg & Sons, two horses

Early & Daniel, 1,007.26 bu. oats, 19*420 lbs. hay
•* 21,800 lbs. hay




Amanda BlA'mver. ^2 loads beddin?




Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co., gas, April.
City and Suburban Telegraph Association, tele-
phone-rental April, May, June




S. P. Lane, agent, rent George-street lot, May..

Patrick Drury, rent 112 East Sixth street, April.

9. Cincinnati Railway Supply Co., 100 ft. rope . . .

21 Crawford Bros Shoeinc. Aoril




Bodkin & Nolan ** "




. Carl Krueger

Freeman-av. Horse-shoe Shop... ** "
Otis Weber, shoeing, March, April




A. E. Miller, " April




K.PL Co , globes and burners




** scoops, etc




Pickering Hardware Co., padlocks, etc.




** bolt-clipper . •




Globe Rolling Mill I. & S. Co. 245 lbs iron. . .

3,924 " ...
E. C. Atkins & Co., 12 old saws




Henrv Heile & Sons. ^o.';6o lbs. hav




Early & Daniel, half ton bran








Street-railroad Percentage Fund carried forward . .


$4,184 93


106,787 02



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Board of Public Service



959



Street- rail road Percentage Fund brought forward. .

23. Julius Uihlein & Co., 50 ft. hose

Sing^er Mff . Oo. . one dozen needles ■,.,-, » -


4,184 93

17 80
>5

4 50

17 14
45 o«

IS.

2 57

5 57

3 15
66 42

34 50

8 91
5 40

9 60
50

10 50

20 00

155 00

15 00

40 00
3848
37 80
72 00
36 00
36 00

18 00
18 00
36 00
18 00
18 00
36 00
18 00
25 20

18 00

5 30
137 50
381 96

19 50
496 55

12 08
10 61

5 09
12 45

4 00
53 CO

6 00
27 00

172 35
3 75

41 75
36 16

287

I 45


106,787 02


Currj Woodenware Co., one dozen pails

W. E. Town lev & Co. 1.008 ft lumber




Nicola, Stone & Meyers Co., 1,286 ft. wagon-oak

Ira D. Washburn Co., one gallon varnish

five " oil, etc

John H. Wolf, oaints




Estate of Julius J. Bantlin, saddlery hardware. . .

[. M. Eilers & Co., five gallons neatsfoot oil

ilupp & Wittgenfeld Co., 216 lbs. leather

Langenbummer & Co., one dozen horse-collars.

Penn. Petrolatum Co., 54 gal. machine-oil

C. Kienker, Enquirer January i to May i

S. Rosenthal & Co.. reoort blanks




John Keeshah, one bucket pine tar

Louis W. Sauer, three gallons liniment

G. F. Snider, V. S., acc't veterinary services to
Mar Q




Henrv Dilsr Sons, one bav horse




Pittsburg Coal Co., four tons coal




G. J. Phillips, rent Elm-street lot, April

Kisincrer-Ison Co.. dumo-slides etc




** collars and shafts




25. Wm. M. Johnson, agent.. .Insurance city stables

Adam Gray & Co

Laws Insurance Agency . . ** "

J. Gano WHght & Co

Carl Kleve&Co

J. H. Lerding

Herman Knost, agent " "

Rothier, Butterfield & Co. " "

Runck, Heinsheimer & Co.

J. 0. Rose, agent

A. W. Schell& Co

Wahle & Dominick, agents " "
June.
6. Tohn H. Wolf. oils, tumentine. etc




National Carriage and Reed Co., 550 lbs. reeds.
Early & Daniel, 48,505 lbs. hay




** bran and meal




Henrv Heile & Sons. x.i;od.22 bu. oats




J. M. Eilers & Co Saddlery hardware

It ((

Estate of Julius J. Banllin. .' .' .'

Louis W. Sauer. medicines. Aoril




John Keeshan,'two gallons arnica


.


Amanda Blymyer, 53 loads bedding




R. 7. Patton & Co.. two awnings




Grau Bros. , one dozen brushes




G. B. Schulte & Sons Co., steel, shoes, etc

Crawlev & Johnston, 75 coupling-pins




^** 100 ft. sweeper-chain

H. Bremfoerder, iron and steel




" babbitt metal, etc




** spring steel




Street-railroad Percentage Fund carried forward . .


$6,506 80


106,787 02



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



960



Report of the Clerk



Street railroad Percentage Fund brought forward
June

6. H. Bremfoerder, hardware

tires

** oak rims

Queen-City Supply Co., hose and reducer. . . .

Lunkenheimer Co., hose-nozzle

G. J. Phillips, rent Elm-street lot. May

S. P. Lane, agent, rent George-street lot, June

W. G. Hill & Co., one box soap-powder

Schroder Clock Co., one clock

Price- Hill Inc. Plane Ry. Co., two freight tickets
Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co., gas, May

i8. Braun & Kipp, 15,540 11>8. hay

28,990 **

*• 1,396.13 bu. oau

Early & Daniel, 1.549 ** **

20. A. Janszen & Co., two boxes soap

Eagle White Lead Co., 50 lbs. lead

Chas. E. Coleman Shoeing, March, April...

Fitzgerald & Marshall " Jan. 18 to May 28

Kennealv Bros ** Aug., Mar., May

A. E. M'iller " May

Crawford Bros " **

Mook & Weil, two mules

John Drury, rent Sixth-street lot. May

G. F. .Snider, V. S., acc*t veterinary services,

May 9

Ice Delivery Co., ice. May

Fred. Bader, County Recorder, recording lease
Elm-street lot

G. F. Snider, V. S., acc't veterinary services to
October 9

Mook & Weil, one horse and two mules

H. J. Roberts, whip

J. M. Eilers & Co., saddlery supplies



Oct.
10.



»7.



Rupp & Wittgenfeld Co., 216 lbs. leather

G. Ange & Co., one 9-foot roller

Rendigs Hardware Co., cord and rivets

Geo. B. Meyer, screws and bolts

H. Bremtoerder, machine dies and stocks

** iron, steel, and bolts

KPL Co., tools, etc

Pickering Hardware Co., 2 doz. scoop-handles..
G. B. Schulte & Sons Co., iron, bolts, etc. .*.... .

" " singletrees, etc.

** 390 lbs. iron

** shoes and nails

Crawford Bros Shoeing, Sept.

Bodkin & Nolan

F'reeman-avenue Horseshoe Shop ** **
Robert Roller, shoeing, July, August, September
Globe Rolling Mill I. & S. Co., iron and steel...
City and Suburban Telegraph Association, tele-
phone-rental, October, November, December
Pounsford Stationery Co., mucilage



Street-railroad Percentage Fund carried forward .



6,506 80

480
36 70
3" 50
7850

1 10
40 00

3 50

2 25



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