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3 00

5 00
25 50
112 67
228 30
457 33
499 55

4 59
3 07

3> 90
8 80

1 20

2 40
18 40

310 00

3 00

20 00
428



185

20 00
460 00

1 60

3

13 16
68 58

2 25

358

9 35

24 90

15 79

3 96
61 33
39 4i

4 9i
44 50
19 40
19 00

40
6 50
6 16



45 «>
60



106,787 02



$9,323 21



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Board of Public Service



961



Street- rail road Percentage Fund brought forward. .
Oct.
19. W. E. Townley & Co., 1,008 ft. lumber

Edwin Long & Co., 200 lbs. pitch

John Shillito Co., two balls cotton

R. J. Patton & Co., 1*22 yds. duck

S. P. Lane (agent), rent George-street lot, Oct.

Chas. Kracke, rent, Westwood, July, Aug., Sept.

Ice Delivery Co., ice, September .'.

Queen-City Supply Co., 54 gal. machine-oil

John H. Wolf, five gallons japan

Chas. Moser Co., linseed-oil can

Frank Knoepfler, Com'l Tribune, July i to Oct. i

Early & Daniel, 1,249. lo bu. oats

" 3,000 lbs. bran



Nov.
7.
8.



14.



Early & Daniel, 1,247.30 bu. oats

G. B. Schulte & Sons Co., hubs, spokes, rims, etc

" ** iron and bolts

James Howard, shoeing, August, October

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

KPL Co., three dozen scoops

'* 1 ,008 lbs. bamboo

Littleford Bros., one sheet steel

Louis W. Sauer, medicine, September

** three gallons liniment

Nathan Plaut & Co., one pair boots

p. DeRoo, half dozen brooms

Geo. B. Meyer, one dozen handles

Wm. Miller Range and Furnace Co., one furnace
Price-Hill Incline Plane Ry. Co., 2 freight tickets
Stein- Vogeler Drug Co., two gallons pine tar .

Fairmount Coal Co., 28. 10 tons coal

Consolidated Coal and Mining Co., 4 tons coal

Globe- Wernicke Co., 18 file boxes

Early & Daniel, 44,060 lbs. hay

" 500 lbs. oil meal

" 5 bbls. salt

J. W. Fisher & Co., 1,045.28 bu. oats

" 26,980 lbs. hay

" 19*090 "

Paragon Refining Co 377 lbs. axle grease

C. P. Wagner & Co 4" "

Standard Oil Co 421 **

Queen-City Oil Co. 374 "

Burckhardt & Co. 463 "

Burckhardt & Co., 50 gal. headlight oil

Cin*ti Gas and Electric Co., gas, October

S. P. Lane (agent), rent George-street lot, Nov.

A. Blymyer, 57 loads bedding

Great China Tea Co., candles and soap

J. D. Park Sons Co., arnica and borax

Pickering Hardware Co., chain for blower

** ** burrs, rivets, and bolts

McEntee Lumber Co., 1,123 ^t. wagon oak

Langenbrunner & Co., 12 horse collars

J. M. Eilers & Co., saddlery fittings

Globe Rolling Mill I. and S. Co., 927 lbs. iron.
L. Kruckemeyer, stove-pipe



Street-railroad Percentage Fund carried forward.



9,323 2 J

16 39

6 10
20

57 34

3 50

12 00

I 55

8 91

1 40

3 75

2 70

493 48
27 00

492 93
86 05

49 85
80
40 00
31 02
64 00

4 40
29 30
10 50

3 75

2 25

9 90
100 00

5 00

50
67 51
14 80

3 60
275 36

7 50
5 00

409 88
171 86
121 60

7 54

8 22

10 53
7 48

11 58

4 00
3' 5'

3 50

57 00

5 75

6 50

1 60
3 18

36 50
42 00
25 08

21 35

2 00



106,787 02



$12,254 12



106,787 02



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962



Report of the Clerk



Street- railroad Percentage Fund brought forward . .
Nov.

14. Kisinger-lBon Co., loo-foot chain

H. Bremfoerder, bolts, steel, etc

** one dozen shovels

G. B. Schulte & Sons Co., shoes and nails ......

" " 926 lbs. iron

John H. Wolf, turpentine and oil

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

November 9

Stein-Vogeler Drug Co., five pounds sponges . .
John Schulte, rent Price-Hill stable, Jan. to Oct
Wm. Winkelman, rent, Riverside, June, July,

August

Consolidated Coal and Mining Co., one ton coal

27. Kisinger-Ison Co., one sprinkler elbow

** bushing, sprocket, etc

H, Bremfoerder, 772 lbs. tire iron

" plates, screws, etc

KPL Co., 990 brush blocks

James Murdock, Jr., one brand iron

Geo. B. Meyer, 200 carriage bolts

Chas. F. Schiele & Co., 2,044 ^t. wagon oak . .

Henry Heile & Sons, 1,180.5 bu. oats

** 23,260 lbs. hay

" 23,080 "

Braun & Kipp, bran and middlings

J. L. Schmalz, shoeing, November

Crawford Bros» shoeing, October

Bodkin & Nolan, " "

Chas. E. Coleman, shoeing, September, October
Koo Bros., rent Seventh-street lot, October . . .

L. Ei Dingier, plumbing repairs, October

Victor Knecht, one stove-grate

L. Kruckemeyer, stove-pipe

Fred. Maag, cash paid for postage

W. H. Stanage & Co., two gross rubber bands

Mook & Weil, one horse and two mules

** two brown mules

Morris Bauer, two black horses

** two bay and one sorrel horse. . .



Deo.
5.



"9.



26.



Amanda Blymyer, 57 loads bedding.

Goldblatt & Co., two mules

Cin*ti Gas and Electric Co., gas, November . . .
Early Si Daniel, 44,030 lbs. hay

" 1,086.08 bu. oats

Fred. Maag, cash paid for postage

S. P. Lane (agent), rent George-street lot, Dec
Julius J. Bantlin Co., four blankets

** saddlery sundries

Cin'ti Railway Supply Co., i$}4 lbs. Jessop steel

Whitcomb & Root, 69,010 lbs. hay

Thomas Fetchan, new roof Delanev-street stable



Voucher : F. Bader (County Recorder), canceled

Total Street-railroad Percentage Fund for street-
cleaning purposes



12,254 12

40 00
20 72

12 00
49 50
24 35

5 10

20 00

17 50
45 00

15 00

3 70

2 00
77 80

13 99

18 34
44 55

I 50

I 09

81 76

489 76

141 89

140 79

27 17

18 00
20 80

37 75

3 00

1 55
65
85

2 00
80

425 00
325 00
320 00
480 00

5700
325 00

41 41
272 99

499 67
5 00

3 50
15 68

4 64
2 28

435 80
153 50



16,999 85
I 85



106,787 02



i6,99«<
i23.7«5



02



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Board of Public Service



963





STREET -CLEANING FUND.








SALARIES. *






Jan.








4.


Pay acc't dep't (partial), week ending Jan. 2


2,283 50




II.


Pay acc*t department, week ending Jan. 9. . . .


3,432 19




18.


" ** ** " 16....


3,148 34




25.


** ** ** *' 2^....


3,432 02




Feb.








I.


Pay acc*t department, week ending Jan. 30

Feb. 6....


3,120 12




8.


2,994 41




15.


** «« t* *t i-i.,..


3,i2« 24




22.


•* •* ** " 20....


3,294 45




Mar








I.


Pay acc*t dep't (partial), week ending Feb. 27 . . .


2,925 21




8.


Pay acc't department, week ending Mar. 6. . . .


3,504 65




15.


(( (i (4 (t 1^


3.594 47




22.


'* ** ** ** 20


3,726 90




29.


** " ** ** 27....


3,757 48




Jane


t






28.


Pay acc*t dep*t (partial), week ending June 26. . . .


2,326 06




July








5-


Pay acc't department, week ending July 3


4,080 25




12.


** ** ** ** 10.


3.599 69




19.


<< (« <l (( mm


4,151 33




26.

Aug

2.


it it (( (t 2A


4,029 64




Pay acc*t department, week ending July 31 ... .


3,905 64




?.


Aug. 7....


4.052 76




16.


<( (t (( 4t 1 .


4,046 64




23.


«« (( (t (( 21


4,044 60




30.

r


** ** ** ** 28....


4,007 50




Pay acc't department, week ending Sept. 4. . . .


3.612 38




13-


«( (( (4 44 II


4,007 42




Oct.








18.


Pay acc't dep't (partial), week ending Oct. 16


2,468 80




May








15.


A. H. Cox..... Purchasing agent, 3^ mo.. May 15


125 00






A. C. Straehley, " clerk, " " 15


37 50






44 44 44 44 44 ^1


37 50






A. H. Cox, " ** " " 31


125 00


90,992 69








FBED, HORSES, RENT, MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES, ETC.






Jan.








I.


Louis W. Bernke, brought forward from 1900..


50






George Miller, ** " " " . .


35




4-


City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone-








rental, Tan., Feb., Mar


45 00






Amanda Biymyer, 52 loads bedding


52 00
150 72






J. D. Willward, agent, 4,286 ft. oak lumber






Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co., gas, Dec


41 71






McQuillan Grain and Hay Co., 21,460 lbs. hay. .


142 07






20,970 " ..


138 90






Rumo & Cattus. ^6o lbs. bamboo


33 60
5 80




16.


Cincinnati Railway Supply Co., 300 ft. rope






R. J: Patton & Co., six yards duck


84






Street-cleaning Fund carried forward






$611 55


$90,992 69



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964



Report of the Clerk



Jan.
i6.



Street-cleaning Fund brought forward.



24.
31-



Fahnle & Dietrich, tin repairs

Webb Stationery and Printing Co., i gr. pads. .

Richardson & Hauser Co., i gr. blotters

James Griffith Sons, sash, lumber, etc

Geo. Murray, cash paid for freight, etc

L. E. Dingier, plumbing repairs

W. G. Hill & Co., one box castile soap

G. F. Snider, V. S., vet. services to January 9. .

Ira D. Washburn Co., 21 lbs. glass

Mer. Disp. and Trans. Co., freight on bamboo..

Cleveland Rubber Works, one buggy apron

John Schulte, stabling, July i to Jan. i

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

B. Hart, 10 lbs. lard

Geo. A. Theobald, medicine

Louis W. Sauer, medicine, Nov., Dec

Christ. Kienker, Enquirer, Oct. i to Jan. i

Frank Knoepfler, Com'l-Tribune, Oct. i to Jan. i

Buschle & Wuest, wagon-poles, etc

G. Keyer & Co., millwork on lumber

Kroger Coal and Coke Co., 2 tons coal

Marmet Co., 4 tons coal

E. K. Morris & Co., 260 lbs. iron

198 " steel

" " 930 " iron

Globe Rolling Mill I. and S. Co., 121 lbs. tires.

Kisinger-Ison Co., sprocket wheels, etc

E. H . Huenefeld, galvanized iron

Geo. B. Meyer, 1,180 rivets, etc

" 720 "

Pickering Hardware Co., half dozen locks

KPL Co., scoops and shovels

Cin'ti Railway Supply Co., two dozen scoops.. .
Queen-City Supply Co., two vises

A. E. Miller, shoeing, November

Kipp Bros. , shoeing, July

Jos. T. Kaelin, shoeing, Nov., Dec

Geo. Brodfuehrer, shoeing, Aug. 10 to Dec. 6 . .

B. Schaefers, shoeing, August

Henry Imhorst, shoeing. May 7 to Dec. 28

Robert Roller, shoeing, Oct., Nov., Dec

Bodkin & Nolan, shoeing, December

John Boehringer, shoeing, Sept., Oct., Nov. . . .
A. Binder, shoeing, etc., July to December 31..
Chas. E. Coleman, shoeing, Oct., Nov

" ** December

Crawford Bros., shoeing, December

A. E. Miller, shoeing, December

Early & Daniel, 966. 16 bu. oats

Henry Heile & Sons, 1,165.20 bu. oats

Chas. Behlen's Sons Co., buggy repairs

Austin and Western Co., one patrol-cart

K. J. Patton & Co., duck, drill, etc

Mook & Weil, two mules (bay)

Henry Dilg, one horse (bay)



Street-cleaning Fund carried forward.



611 55

1 30
6 90

45
28 81

3 95

4 00

2 52
20 00

I 14

I 59

1 60
30 00
40 00

90

45

19 05

4 05

2 70

18 00
25 50

5 70

5 70

16 00

4
II
15 09

2 42

19 50

1 19
22 03
24 22

2 50

47 98

20 50

13 00
I 60

40
9 40

14 25
40

4 20

6 50
20 40

15 70
24 33
38 25

17 55

18 00
I 60

251 29

299 57

7 20
14 21

3 90
275 00
130 00



90,992 69



$2,189 86



$90,992 69



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Board of Public Service



965



Jan.
31.



Feb.
21.



Street-cleaning Fund brought forward . .

]. C. Hendricks, envelopes

Braun & Kipp, 46,840 lbs. hay

Early & Daniel, 567.29 bu. corn, 5 bbls. salt

John Keeshan, one bucket pine tar

•* 10 lbs. borax, 2 gal. arnica . .
]. M. Eilers & Co., saddlery sundries



Kupp, Wittgenfeld & Co., 196 lbs. leather

F. Schlochtermeyer & Co., one sheep-skin

Langenbrunner & Co., one dozen horse collars. .
Pickering Hardware Co., hardware

" nails

KPL Co., tools and hardware

E. A. Kinsey Co., two 3-inch flatters

Schrimper Bros., rent, Oct., Nov., Dec

L. E. Dingier, plumbing

Chas. J.* Hardig, two gallons varnish

1. H. Wolf, one gallon japan

kump & Cattus, 560 lbs. split bamboo

Marmet Co., 5 . 20 tons coal

Star Oil Co., 54 gall. W. W. oil

Penn. Petrolatum Co., 51 gal. machine-oil

G. B. Schulte & Sons Co., shoes and calks. . . .
Rossiter & Tate, shoeing, Dec, Jan



Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co., gas, Jan.
Braun & Kipp, 1,752. 16 bu. oats

** 53,640 lbs. hay

H. Bremfoerder, bolts, iron, etc

** tools, rims, etc

Queen-City Supply Co., two dozen scoops

Pickering Hardware Co., bolts and rivets . . ..



** " 100 bolts

G. B. Schulte & Sons Co., bolts and spokes.. . .

** " iron and axles

478 lbs. iron

John Keeshan, one chamois

Stein-Vogeler Drug Co., 5 lbs. sponges

Louis W. Sauer, three gallons liniment

** medicines, January

Globe Rolling Mill L & S. Co., 261 lbs. Iron.. .
Cincinnati Railway Supply Co., 116 lbs. steel..

Henry Dilg & Sons, two horses

Mook & Weil, one horse

Frank Fox, two mules

Richmond Bros., paint

Amanda Blymyer, 52 loads bedding

Langenbrunner & Co.. three horse-collars

Eagle Lithographing Co., 1,000 letter-heads. . .

Grau Bros., one dozen horse-brushes

American Carriage Co., axles, etc.



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

S. P. Lane, agent, rent office George street, Feb.

Gus Hoeltger, rent East Sixth-street lot, Jan

G. F. Snider, V. S., veterinary services to Feb. 9

Street-cleaning Fund carried forward



2,189 S6

I 20

320 85

251 14

50

5 00
20 25

3 93
62 23

I 00

42 00

7 II

5 50
20 69

I 50

6 00

I 75
I 00

30
35 28
20 40

4 59

8 50

20 88
I 20

53 41

499 46

368 51

47 20

38 86

•20 50

3 62

I 24

I 35

43 38
158 83

9 97
50

17 50
10 50

13 95
9 10

21 23
300 00
150 00
275 00

3 $2
52 00
10 50

6 00
27 00

6 90
40 00

3 50

3 00

20 00



90,992 69



$5,249 19



$90,992 69



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



966



Report of the Clerk



Street-cleaning Fund brought forward

Feb.

21. J, H. Kohmescher & Co., one pair hip- boots

E. R. Parry, plumbing

H. W. Meier Sons. 2 016 ft. lumber.


5.249 19

5 00
I 50

34 27

16 00
12 25

9 00
90

39 36

6 00
20 00
12 00

40

40

18 00

33 90

3 40

52 00

28 01

804

310 00

18 95

22 05

3 30
60 48

55 48

1 44

8 53

2 66

94

54 00

5 10

15 67
67 00

• 2 50

387 51

285 40

8 64

12 00

3 50

40 00

196 70

I 40

60

49 36

17 50
44 72

16 00
10 50
12 30

10 20

11 24

327 08

83


90,99269


Marmet Co. . four tons coal




Henrv C. Sherrick one time-book




Post-Glover Electric Co., 2 doz. lanterns

Lewis & Neblett, two dozen lantern globes

K.PL Co.. brush-blockn and bamboo




** one Conner boiler.




Crawford Bros., shoeino^. Tanuarv




Otto Weber, shoeincr. Nov.. Dec. Ian




A. E. Miller, shoeinc^ lanuarv.




Freeman-avenue Horseshoe Shop, shoeing, Nov.
Bodkin & Nolan, shoeinc^. Tanuarv




Mftr.
7. Cin*ti Gas Light and Coke Co., gas, February. .

Chas. H. Aldinger, cash paid for sundries

Amanda Blymyer, 52 loads bedding

Chas. Taylor Sons Co., fire-brick, clay, etc

L. ICruckemever. stovenine. etc




Witt Cornice Co., 80 cans for white-wings

L). 1. Barrv & Co.. one can-carrier ^




W. C. Peale & Bro., paints and brushes

KPL Co., 3 doz. broom-handles




" 1,008 lbs. bamboo

Francis Fritch Mfg. Co., wagon-shoes and slides

** " I doz. eye-bolts

•* " 12 pr. bolster- plates

Pickering Hardware Co., machine bits and drills

" " 200 machine bolts

K.isins'er-Ison Co.. six broom-rods, etc




H. Hremfoerder, 102 lbs. iron




Estate of }. J. Bantlin, saddlery sundries

Rupp & Wittgenfeld Co., 211 lbs. leather

J. M. Eilers & Co., snaps and ring-bits




Earlv & Daniel. i.^?6 bu. oats




•* 43»o8o lbs. hay

** 1,0^ lbs. bran




Chas. Kracke, rent, Westwood, Dec., Jan., Feb.
S. P. Lane, rent, George street, March , .




G. J. Phillips, rent, South Elm street, February.
21. Linen Thread Co., two ounces thread




ICPL Co.. "^.024. lbs. bamboo




28. Barron-Boyle Co., 10 lbs. coach black




Standard Oil Co., i gal. coach oil




" ** c bbl. axle errease




Comm'l-Gazette Job Printing Co., 500 reports. .
W. C. Rogers, '20. 8 ton coal




Marmet Co..' d. ton coal




Louis W. Sauer, three gallons liniment

" medicines, February




. M. Eilers & Co., oil, thread, tacks, etc

Estate of J. J. Bantlin, bits, duck, screws, etc...
Earlv & Daniel, soo lbs, oil-meal




•* 1,147 • 21 bu. oats




»« no lbs. rock salt








Street-cleaning Fund carried forward


$7,621 40


$90r99«69



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Board of Public Service



967



Mar.
28.



Street-cleaning Fund brought forward .



Nicola & Stone Lumber Co., 1,877 ^t. wagon-oak
G. Keyer & Co., machine-work on lumber . . .

KPL Co., three gross brush- blocks

** two dozen scoops

Edwin Long & Co., 200 lbs. pitch

G. G. Wright & Son, stencils, etc

Witt Cornice Co., two lids for cover

'* six cans and two lids

Queen-City Supply Co., two dozen scoops.. . .

** ** grindstone and fixtures

Henry Dilg & Sons, one gray horse

G. F. Snider, V. S., veterinary services to Mar. 9

John Boehringer Shoeing, Dec. 3 to Feb. 24

A. E. Miller *» February

Bodkin & Nolan " *'

Crawford Bros " "

Jos. G. Guetle " "

Wm. Winkelmann, rent stable, Dec, Jan., Feb.

Chas. E. Coleman, shoeing, Jan., Feb

G. B. Schulte & Sons Co., shoes, nails, axles, etc.



iron, etc

Pickering Hardware Co., 20 lbs. rivets

•* ** one dozen hooks .
Geo. B. Meyer, tools and hardware



April



Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co., gas, March

Amanda Blymyer, 52 loads bedding

S. P. Lane, agent, rent office, George street, April

Ben Grote, 21,070 lbs. hay

3»,79o "



July
3.



II.



Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co., gas, June

S. P. Lane, agent, rent office, George street, July

Amanda Blymyer, 53 loads .bedding . . .

Ben Grote, 53,080 lbs. hay

J. W. Fisher & Co., oil-meal, bran, etc.
Early & Daniel, rock salt, bran, etc ....

" 1,612.21 bu. oats

Theo. Vogelgesang. . .Shoeing, June



April, May, June
Jan. to June 21

June

May, June

April, May, June
Mar., April, May
May



Robert Roller

Geo. Brodfuehrer

Crawford Bros

F. Schuettler & Son . .

Joseph T. Kaeiin

John Boehringer

Bodkin & Nolan

Wm. Winkelmann, rent, March, April, May

G. J. Phillips, rent, June

Chas. Kracke, rent (Westwood), Apr., May, June

H. J. Roberts, whip

A. janszen & Co., five barrels salt

Burckhardt & Co., 533^ gal. headlight oil
John D. Park & Sons Co., 2 gal. pine tar.
John Keeshan, 2 gal. arnica



Street-cle'aning Fund carried forward.



7,621 40

75 95
29 27
17 28

20 68
6 00

21 25
30

23 00
20 50

3 04
148 00

20 00
15 20

80

29 40

24 40
I 00

15 00

36 30

58 50

355 00

82

4 50
44 15

I 62

3^ S3

52 00
3 50

135 90
205 05

25 06

3 50

53 00
324 85

3887

30 83

499 92

80

6 20

21 75
20 80

19 20
13 40

20 00

15 00
40 00

16 00
I 00

4 75
4 02

70
4 00



$10,195 »9



90,992 69



$90,992 69



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



y



968



Report of the Clerk



Street-cleaning Fund brought forward

July

II. Louis W. Sauer, medicines, June

** 3 gal, liniment


10,195 19

10-85

10 50

11 10
7 40

45 00

12 48
23 70

' ^2

1 38
15 70

95
20 00

5 05

2 00
4 00
I 35

45

17 22
14 II
22 95
29 70
80 80

I 05

1 80

6 00
128 00

2498

2 70
70

334 76
425 31

13 9a
25

4 12

55

18 47
2 71
625

65 19
39 90

6 00
18 30

25 50
18 00
12 40

35
25
40

872

26 II

7 25
398

2 Of


90,992 69


Consolidated Coal and Mining Co., 3 tons coal,
ft (( f( 2 **

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone-
rental, July, Aug., September




C. Crane & Co.. 8d,o ft. ooolar lumber




Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs. . .
W. H. Stanage & Co., one index-book




J. & C. Reakin, half dozen chamois




G. Keyes & Co., mill- work on lumber

Henry Stueve, fire-clay and cement




G. F. Snider, V. S., veterinary services to July 9
L#. E. Dingier, plumbing repairs




George Murray, cash paid for sundries




jLeonard A. Savill, cleaning office




A. W. Fitzgibbon, one duck helmet




Fahnle & Dietrich, 3 ft. galvanized iron pipe. . .
Cincinnati Railway Supply Co., 400 ft. rope. . . .
Geo. B. Meyer, tools and hardware

" bolts and washers

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

** ** iron, steel, shoes, etc. .
H. Bremfoerder, i y^ dozen spokes




Pickering Hardware Co., one dozen scythe stones

Kisinger-Ison Co., six broom hangers, etc

KPL Co., 2,016 lbs. bamboo




'* 432 brush blocks, etc




Frank Knoepfler, Commercial-Tribune, April i
to Tune "^o




Fred. Maag, cash paid for sundries




15. Henry Heile & Sons, 1,054. 12 bu. oats




Whitcomb & Root, 68,710 lbs. hay




25. John Shillito Co., flags and holders




** two rolls cotton




" enamel duck

Estate of J. J. Bantlin, one pair japanned hames

thread, oil, buckskin, etc.

J. M. Eilers & Co., saddlery sundries




" *' one dozen trace chains

Rupp & Witgenfeld Co., 212 lbs. leather

K. J. Patton & Co., one roll duck




Edwin Long & Co., 200 lbs. pitch




G. B. Schulte Sons Co., iron and chains

" " six kegs shoes




Bodkin & Nolan, shoeing, June

Aug. Binder, shoeing and wagon repairs

Jos. G. Guetle, shoeing, July




August Heuer, shoeing, June




Freeman-avenue Horseshoe Shop, shoeing, June
KPL Co., drills, bits, and chains




H. Bremfoerder, 920 lbs. iron




** bolts and clamps




Geo. B. Meyer, 200 bolts

Rendigs-Magill Hardware Co., files, saws, etc. . .




Street-cleaning Fund carried forward


$11,742 3»


$90^99269



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July
25-



Street-cleanine Fund brought forward .



Aug.
I.



8.



Francis FriUch Mfg. Co., gear-wheels, etc

American Fire Engine Co., nozzle and reducer
Pickering Hardware Co., tools and hardware..

A. Janszen & Co., one box castile soap

Standard Oil Co., 1,954 lbs. axle-grease

Queen-City Oil Co., 54 gal. machine oil

Bradley Si Sorin Co., six dozen scratch pads. . .
Woodrow Stationery and Ptg. Co., one quart ink

Chas. Behlen's Sons Co., buggy repairs

J. H. Kohmescher & Co., rubber

Nicola, Stone & Myers Co., 1,918 ft. wagon oak

Marmet Co., two tons coal

Consolidated Coal and Mining Co., two tons coal

Schrimper Bros., rent, April, May, June

Stein- Vogeler Drug Co., five pounds sponges.

Louis W. Sauer, medicin/e« June

" " three gallons liniment



15-
22.



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

S. r. Lane (agent), rent George-street lot, Aug

Cin'ti Gas and Electric Co., gas, July

J. Dornette & Co., desk and chair

Rendigs-Magill Hardware Co., two grain riddles

Ice Delivery Co., ice, June

Chas. Taylor Sons Co., three sacks fire-clay..
G. F. Snider, V. S., veterinary services to Aug,
Consolidated Coal and Mining Co., two tons coal
Ohio Humane Society, use of ambulance
Price-Hill Ihcl. Plane Ky. Co., two freight tickets
Cin'ti Railway Supply Co., scoops and rope-wick
Rendigs-Magill Hardware Co., scythes, etc
** ** snathes....

KPL Co., six dozen broom-handles

John H. Wolf, paints



Queen-City Oil Co., 54 gal. sweeper oil

Standard Oil Co., 51.5 gal. W. W. oil

City and Suburban Tel. Ass'n, rent telephone

extension to August i

Kisinger-Ison Co., sprocket wheels, collars, etc.

W. E. Townley & Co., 1,000 ft. flooring

G. B. Schulte Sons Co., shoes, nails, etc

Freeman-avenue Horseshoe Shop, shoeing, July.

J. L. Schmalz, shoeing, September to July

Kipp Bros., shoeing, June

Louis Gscbwind & Sons, shoeing, June, July. . .

Chas. E. Coleman, shoeing. May

" " June

A. E. Miller, shoeing, June, July

Amanda Blymyer, 52 loads bedding

Early & Daniel, 1,291 .3 bu. oats

Kennett, Heckle & Hall, insurance, Linn-st. stable

Bodkin & Nolan, shoeing, July

Crawford Bros., shoeing, Tuly

James Howard, ** January, March, April
A. J. Gunter, ** June



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9 50
5 86

2 34
48 85

8 91

3 45
65

10 70
62

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7 40

6 00
17 50

12 75

11 50

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3 50

15 75

25 00

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5 32

75

20 00

7 40

3 00
5 00

37 57

4 90
360

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13 49

8 91
3 86

12 00

33 40
17 00
60 75

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60

50
95

21 00
23 00

2 00
52 00

497 07
23 40

19 40

20 00
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Street-cleaning Fund carried forward $12,974 03



90,992 69



$90,992 69



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Report of the Clerk



Street-cleaning Fund brought forward

Aug.

22. Early & Daniel, 56,240 lbs. hay


12,974 03

407 74

499 87

18 63

3 70

4 00
673

7 50

3 75
30 00

8 17
88

4 25
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24 16

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27 00
12 50
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21 08

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2 32

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40 00

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42 08

480 78

52 00

16 40

12 00

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4 25

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12 00

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