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83 37

102 21


90,992 69


** 1,281 . 2^ bu. oats




G. Keyer & Co., millwork, July




S. A. Crocker & Co., medical instruments

John Keeshan, two gallons arnica




. M. Eilers & Co . saddlerr sundries




Oscar Basse, three dozen collar protectors

Chas. Behlen's Sons Co., buggy repairs

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs...
Ice Delivery Co.. ice. Tulv




Chas. Moser & Co., 25 lbs. Venetian red

John Kolbe Co., five gallons linseed oil




Fahnle & Dietrich. < ft. ^-in. oioe




H. Bremfoerder, steel, iron, chains, etc

" one dozen bolster- plates

** one shaft-beam

Pickerinfi" Hardware Co.. hardw^are




KPL Co., one dozen lamps, etc




Globe Rolling Mill I. & S. Co., 1,425 lbs. iron..

Geo. B. Meyer, 50 machine-bolts

Francis Fritsch Mfg. Co., 72 steel scrapers

. Lunkenheimer Co., 3-inch hose-reducer

Sept.
5. Louis W. Sauer, medicines, July




** three gallons liniment

John D. Park & Sons Co., two gallons arnica. . .
Grau Bros.* one dozen horse- brushes.




Bradford Belting Co., 75 ft. hose, etc




Witt Cornice Co., 10 ** Witt " cans, etc




Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co., gas, August...
George Taubald, plumbing repairs




KPL Co., 1,568 lbs. bamboo, 368 brush-blocks..
H. Bremfoerder, 452 lbs. iron




" I CO carriage-bolts




S. P. Lane, agent, rent George-st. office, Sept. .

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

J. M. Eilers & Co., saddlery sundries




J. W. Fisher & Co., bran and middlings

Ben Grote, ';4,7'?o lbs. hay




Henry Heile & Sons, 1,217.6 bu. oats




Amanda Blymyer, 52 loads bedding




Otis Weber, shoeing. May 10 to Aug. 16

Pounsford Stationery Co., one record-book

" ** half gross pencils

Wood row Stationery and Printing Co., 2 dozen
time-books




18. W. G. Hill & Co., five barrels salt




Louis W. Sauer, medicines, August

" liniment, etc




Stein - Vogeler Drug Co., 10 lbs. sponges and
chamois




Qiieen-City Oil Co.. 51 gal. sweeper-oil

Contractors and Builders Supply Co., 2 bu. lime
H. Bremfoerder, iron and steel, August .• .




** steel, axles, and iron






,


Street-cleaning Fund carried forward


$15,587 46


$90,99269



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971



Street-cleaning Fund brought forward

Sept.

i8. George B. Meyer, 450 bolts and washers

** two whitewash brushes

Pickering Hardware Co., 50 bolts

Ohas. E. Coleman ahoeinff. Au&'ust


15,587 46

7 77
I 31

52

20 55

24 30

22 35

21 60
I 20
1 20

40
18 40
20 00

1 95
54' 50

60

5 40

54 50

2 26

5 45

2 25

9 00

61 60

40 60

309 76

492 07

23 18
40 00

8 40

25

5 40

2 75
52 00

67 55
80 00

3 75
45

61 60

77 00

I 89

1 74
3 70

75

6 00

2 34
2 50

2 55

3 20
39 00

297 44

465 95

22 15

11

560


90,992 69


•» «« July




John Boehringer, ** June, July, August.
Bodkin & Nolan, " August




Freeman-avenue Horseshoe Shop, shoeing, Aug.
A. E. Miller Shoeincr. Aucrust




Christ Ohlinger. . . •• **




Crawford Bros .... *• **




G. F. Snider, V. S., veterinary services to Sept. 9
Rossiter & Tate, shoeing, April, May, August.. .
G. B. Schuelte Sons Co., shoes, etc.,' •* .. .
KPL Co., shoeing, September




«« ** August




L. Kruckemeyer, repairing and painting spouts.
J. H. Hibben Dry Goods Co., 57^ yds. muslin. .
L.. E. Oinfirler. Dlumbinsr reoairs




J. H. Kohmescber & Co., one buggy apron

P. Drury, rent Kixth-st. office, June, July, Aug. .
National Carriage and Reed Co., 220 lbs. reeds.

Braun & Kipp, 48,630 lbs. hay




Early & Daniel, 1,278.4 bu. oats




Oct.

3. Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co., gas. Sept

G. J. Phillips, rent Elm-street lot, September, . .
Ice Delivery Co. , ice, August




Grau Bros., three brushes




C. Krenker. Enauirer Mav i to Scot, i




Standard Oil Co., five gallons coach-oil

Amanda Blymyer, 52 loads bedding




McEntee Lumber Co., 1,971 ft. wagon lumber..
H. Bremfoerder, 30 sets wheel rims




Estate of J. J. Bantlin, saddlery sundries

Rupp & Wittgenfeld Co., one pad-skin




National Carriage and Reed Co., 220 lbs. reeds.
Pickering Hardware Co., six drills




** " files and rivets

Consolidated Coal and Mining Co., one ton coal

Pounsford Stationery Co., one gross pens

John D. Park & Sons Co., two gallons arnica. . .
A. Janszen & Co., one box castile soap




John Shillito Co., 50 yards muslin




5' " black muslin

J. Rist & Co., 64 " **

G. Ange & Co., 25 large broom-rollers




Braun & Kipp, 45»830 lbs. hay

Early & Daniel, 1,250. 28 bu. oats




Jos. T. Kaelin, shoeing, July, Aug., Sept

J. G. Guetle, " August




A. J. Gunter, " " September

Fitzgerald & Marshall, shoeing, June, July




Street-cleaning Fund carried forward


$18,045 M


$90,992 69



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972



Report of the Clerk



Oct.
3-

Dec.
19.



Street-cleaning Fund brought forward .



G. B. Schulte & Sons Co., one keg mule-shoes.
George Murray, cash paid for sundries



Standard Oil Co., 52 gal. headlight oil ..... .

John H. Wolf, four ** O. K.*' brushes

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

]. B. Doppes & Sons, 1,008 ft. lumber

Koo Bros., rent Seventh-street office, November
P. Drury, rent Sixth-st. office, Sept., Oct., Nov.

L. Kruckemeyer, pipe, etc

Henry Heile & Sons, 1,012.31 bu. oats



Voucher Louis N. Berube canceled.
Total feed, horses, etc



Total Street-cleaning Fund.



18,045 14



4 25
285


4 24


90


20 00


17 14


3 00


9 00


I 25
48369


$18,591 46


50



90,992 69



18,590 96



109,583 65



CASH:

Toted for Street -deaninsr Purposes.
Jan.

I. Balance i 19

Dec.

31. Taxes and sundry receipts 109,590 37

Street- railroad Percentage '23,785 02

$233,376 58

Expended and Balance Forward.

Street - cleaning Fund —

Salaries 90,992 69

Feed, horses, etc 18,59096

Street- railroad Percentage Fund —

Salaries 106,787 02

Feed, horses, etc 16,998 00

Balance Street-cleaning Fund to 1902. 7 91

$233»376 5^
Appropriation 1901.

Street-cleaning Fund —

Salaries 9i«ooo 00

Feed, horses, etc 19,000 00

Street -railroad Percentage Fund —

Salaries 108,000 00

Feed, horses, etc i7tOOO 00

$235,000 00
Total amount expended in 1901 for Street-cleaning Purposes.. $233,368 67



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Board of Public Service



973



LIGHT FUND.

RRCBIPTS.

Jan.

I . Balance

TaxeSi first six months ^

" second six months

Sale of 12 old posts



LINWOOD LIGHTING (WATKR DEPARTMENT).



Citj Waterworks, lighting 58 lamps 12 months.
Appropriation $4,924.20.



SALARIES.

12 months.



Paj account inspectors, etc.
Appropriation $2,700.



INCIDENTALS.

Cin'ti Edison Electric Co., moving poles

Hayman & Co., horse-keep, etc

F. B. Maertz, horse-keep, etc

H. Weissleder, cash paid for car-tickets

Wm. Maglj, expenses light investigation trip

G. F. Snider, V. S., account veterinary services . . .

Mook & Weil, one brown horse

Ryan Bros., shoeing

H. W. Welland, account buggy repairs

L. M. Prince, black prints

H. J. Roberts, lap-robe, whip, etc

Alms & Doepke Co., 25 yds. muslin for mounting maps

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs

Pay account draughtsman, November

City and Suburban Tel. Ass'n, telephone rental. . .

Appropriation $600.



ELECTRIC AND GAS LIGHTING MARKETS.



Cin'ti Gas Light and Coke Co., gas

Cin'ti Gas and Electric Co., gas

Cin*ti Gas Light and Coke Co., (Electric Depart

ment), electricity

Cin'ti Gas and Electric Co., electricity

Cin'ti Edison Electric Co., electricity



Appropriation $2,800. 19.

Light Fund carried forward



41,812 63

171.283 73

163,411 57

36 00



15 00

47 72

no 55

80 00

46 50

15 00

no 00

7 00

17 50

3638

3 35

3 50

2 50

75 00
30 00



922 69
1,107 42

18 47
141 32
106 15



376,543 93



4,924 20



2,700 00



600 00



2,296 05



$10,520 25



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974



Report of the Clerk



Light Fund brought forward.



GAS LIGHTING PARKS, INCLUDING CARB OP
BURNERS AND LAMPS.

Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co., gas and services
Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co., ** "

Appropriation $926. 11.



ELECTRIC LIGHTING.

Cincinnati Edison Electric Co. —

Public lighting. Balance of December, 1900

*• January, 1901

** February, 1901

*• March, 1901

" April, 1901

** May, 1901

Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co. —

Public lighting, June, 1901

" July, 1901

" August, 1901

" September, 1901

" October, 1901

** November, 1901

Appropriation $283,566.



GAS LIGHTING, INCLUDING ERECTION OF NEW
POSTS, ETC.

Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co. —

Public lighting. Balance of December, 1900. ....

** January, 1901 ,

** February, 1901

" March, 1901 ,

" April, 1901 ,

•* May, 1901

Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co.-^

Public lighting, June, 1901 ,

" July, 1901

** August, 1901

** September, 1901

** October, 1901

*• November, 1901

Cincinnati Gas Light and Coke Co. —

Erection and removal of lamp-posts, repairs, etc.
Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co. —

Erection and removal of lamp-posts, repairs, etc,

Appropriation $54,920.

Certification acc*t Siemens Lungren Gas 111.

Co. carried forward to 1902 $7»7oo

Light Fund carried forward



337 60
481 87



13.7 » 7 74
23,828 19

23*837 47
23.895 69
23,961 81
231965 7«

23,964 88

23.949 94
24,005 87
24,056 38
24,055 85
24,058 32



10,520 2$



30 79
3.998 83
3.5*9 10
3.540 07
3,217 57
2,832 17

2,569 13
2,748 50
3,070 62

3.259 79
3,645 02
3.802 41

2,220 65

2,127 28



81947



277.297 9«



40,5«i 93



329.219 S7



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Board of Public Service



975



Light Fund brought forward .



GASOLINE LIGHTING, INCLUDING BRBCTION OF
POSTS AND REPAIRS.



Edward Dienst, public lighting, January . . . .
" February...

March

April

May

" " June

July

" " August

" " September .

October....

• '* ** November..



Lamp-posts, erection, etc

Appropriation $12,253.50.



Total.



Jan.
I.



PARK FUND.

RBCBIPTS.

Balance

Taxes, first six months

" second six months . . .

Park privileges

Sale of flowers

Impoundage



Jan.

4.
II.
18.

25.
Feb.

I.

8.

15.
24.

Mar.

I.

8.
15.

22. ••

29.
April

5. Pay acc't
12.
19.
26.



SALARIBS.



Pay acc't department, week ending Jan.



Pay acc't department, week ending Jan.
" *• " Feb.



Pay acc't department, week ending Feb.

Mar.



3.
10.

17.

24

31.

7.

»4.

21.

28.

7.

14.

21.

28.



department, week ending April 4.
<< t< "II

(I IC <* ,g*

<( << << 2e.



Park Fund carried forward.



1,034 83
934 69
1,034 83
1,001 4

1.033 7
1,001 45

1.034 83
1,034 83
I. CO! 45
1,034 83
1,001 45

95 25



808 40
22,766 58
21,720 23

338 50
8 96
8 00



329,219 57



515 90
486 86

495 10
514 70

506 70
517 10
519 50

514 30

515 50

496 70
512 30
517 50
511 10

523 10
538 70
521 10
540 30



$8,746 46



11,243 67



340,463 24



$45,650 67



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976


Report of the Clerk






May
3.
10.

17.
24.

3«.


Park Fund brought forward





8,746 46




Pay acc*t department, week ending May
. tt <( «« ««

It li (« ((

tt tt {{ tt

tt tt {( («


2

9....

16....

23....

30....


541 90
56830

6t6 21
638 19
625 39




June
7.
14.
21.
28.


Pay acc't department, week ending June
tt «( «( «(
<( {( tt tt
tt tt tt tt


6....

I3-...

20

27....


634 99
626 65
6 to 65
611 50




July

5.
12.

26.


Pay acc't department, week ending July
•^ It It It If

It If (( tt

tt tt tt tt


4....

It

18....
25....


593 50
655 50

677 50
674 70




Aug.
2.

9.
16.

30.


Pay acc*t department, week ending Aug.
If ft It ft

It ft ft ft

It It It ft

It ft fi ft


s'.'.y.
15....
22 —
29....


678 70
680 30

660 30

661 10
656 30




Sept
6.

13.
20.
27.


Pay acc't department, week ending Sept.
It It It ft

It ft <f tf

ft ft ff ff


5....
12 —
19....
26...


593 50
549 90
565 90
565 10




Oct.
3.
II.
18.
25.


Pay acc't department, week ending Oct.
ft ft ft ff

ft ft ff ff

ft ft «< ff


3....
10 —
17....
24....


56430
611 90

592 30
590 70




Nov.
I.
8.

«5.
22.
29.


Pay acc't department, week ending Oct.
ft f. .. Nov.
ft ft ft ft
It ft ft ft
ft ft ft ff


31. ...

7....
14....
21 —
28....


617 10
617 10
612 30

587 50
542 10




Dec.
6.

"3.
20.

27-


Pay acc't department, week ending Dec.
•^ ft If ft ft

" (partial) **
ft ft ff ff


5....
12 —
19....
26....


500 70

53398

84 00

552 70




Jan.

'5-

31-


Pay acc't sup't, half month ending Jan.
ft ft ft ff


15....
31....


116 66
116 66




Feb.

14.

28.


Pay acc't sup't. half month ending Feb.
ft ft ff ft


14....
28....


129 16
129 16




Mar.

15.

29.


Pay acc't sup't, half month ending Mar.
ft ft ft tt


15....
31....


129 16
129 16




Apri

15.

30.


Pry acc't sup't, half month ending Apri
"^ ft ft ft ft


115....
30. . . .


129 16
129 16




May

"5-
29.


Pay acc't sup't, half month ending May
•^ It It <f tf

Park Fund carried forward


15..,.
31. ...


129 16
129 16






$30,705 82





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Board of Public Service



977



June

15.
29.

July

13.

31-

Aug.

15-

31.

Sept.

«3-

27.

Oct.
«5-
30.
Nov.

15.

29.

Dec.

13.

24-

Oct.

15.



31.



Park Fund brought forward

Par acc't sup't, half month ending June 15

Pay acc*t sup' t, half month ending July 15

Pay acc't sup't, half month ending Aug. 15

«( i( (( (« ^1

Pay acc*t sup't, half month ending Sept. 15

«• ** «« «* 30

Pay acc*t sup't, half month ending Oct. 15. . . .
Pay acc't sup't, half month ending Nov. 15

<* (( tt (t ^Q

Pay acc't sup't, half month ending Dec. 15

** ** ** **■?!....

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

October 15

A. C. Straehley, purchasing clerk, salary half

month October 15

A. C. Straehley, purchasing clerk, salary half

month October 31

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

October 31

Appropriation $33,000.



CRUSHED STONE, DRAINAGE, PARK BENCHES, PATROL-
BOXES, CEMENT WALKS. SPRINKLING, FEED,
TELEPHONES, STABLES, RETAINING-
WALLS, AND INCIDENTALS.

Jan.
9. Castner, Curran & Bullitt, 42,100 lbs. coal

F. B. Maertz, horse-keep, December

Knemoeller's Pharmacy, medicine

D. Rusconi, bulbs

Gencas & Boddington, bulbs

W. C. Peale & Bro., glass

Pickering Hardware Co., two kegs nails

J. M. McCullough Sons, five tons kainit

Cin'ti Edison Electric Co., eletric light, Dec...

W. U. Tel. Co., clock-rental, Jan., Feb., March..

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, operating
patrol-boxes, December

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone-
rental, Jan., Feb., March

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, telephone
rental, Jan., Feb., March

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, telephone
rental, Jan., Feb., March

Park Fund carried forward



30,705 82



129
129


16
16


129
129


16
16


129
129


16
16


129
129


16
16


129
129


16
16


129

129


16
16


129 16

129 32


125


00


37 50


37 50


125


00



52 63
17 00


1 50
77 37

5 45

2 50

89 50
708


3 00


833


15 00


15 00



$3" 41



32,839 22



$32,839 22



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978



Report of the Clerk





Park Fund broucht forward


3" 41

II 30
36 75
90 96
5000

51 S^

II 00

163 94
9 00

11 00

10 20
6445

3 09
8 50
8 50
850
8 50
850
151 20

833

17 00

14 76

270 00

708

75

5 00

62 98

21 oS

17 50

8 80
5 00

50

9 75
47 25

75
I 00
I 00

21 00

149 89

12 00

31 50

298

25 74

3 18

833
7 07

11 55

12 95
23 00


32,839 22


Jan.

9.

16.


Henrv Burdorf . shoeine^. etc


Cambridge Flower-pot Factory, 10,000 flower- pots
J. W. Fisher & Co., corn, oats and hay






A. Barnes & Sons. 100 Etironean elms. . .......






Francis Pentland. lO'^ assorted trees






Albert M. Herr, 200 ageratum






J. P. Jones, 1 56 . 14 cu. yds. stone wall






Marmet Coal Co., 100 bu. coke






Pittsburg Coal Co., four tons coal




25.


.Geo. Douglass & Co., fountain repairs, Hopkins
Park






Barron-Bovle Co.. naint-brushes






T. W. Fisher & Co.. ^2^ lbs. corn




31.


Indemnity Fire Ins. Co.. Ins. Eden-Park stables

Phoenix Ins. Co

Norwich Union F. Ins. Co.
Royal Exch. Assur. Co... ** **
National Insurance Co . . . ** "
T. M. McCulloufi'h Sons, seeds. .*






City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, operating
patrol-boxes, January




Feb
7.


F. B. I^aertz. horse-keen. Tanuarv




Toseoh Heuermann. feed




21.


Mook & Weil, two bay horses seven years old. . .

Cin'ti Edison Electric Co., electric light, Jan...

Bromwell House -furnishing Goods Co., brush

and riddle






J. H. Kohmescher & Co., one pair boots

Morrison & Snodgrass Co., cypress lumber

Henry A. Dreer, seeds ,\

Wm. H. Fox, three stoves for shelter-houses . . .
** stove-fittings, etc






F. W. Wrampelmeier & Son, painting tool-house
Smith Premier Typewriter Co., repairing type-
writer







Henrv Burdorf. shoeins^. Tanuarv






Castner, Curran & Bullitt, 35,400 lbs. coal

C. Crane & Co., one load sawdust






Amanda Blymyer, one load bedding






lohn ICeeshan. 10 lbs. borax




Mar

7.


Quaker-City Machine Co., 60 shelve-brackets. . .

John P. Jones, building dry wall at bridge

W. A. Glazer & Co., hauling earth for fill

John Elfring, hauling stone






American Florist Co., subscription






Hoefinghoflf & Laue, 85 lbs. grate-bars






Morrison & Snodgrass Co., 858ft. cypress lumber
National Lead Co., 50 lbs. lead






City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, operating
patrol-boxes, February






Cin'ti Edison Electric Co., electric lights, Feb..

Braun & Kipp, 25 .45 bu. corn ...

Early & Daniel, 43 . 29 bu. oats






F. Krumdieck, buggy repairs






Park Fund carried forward






$1,829 02


$32,839 M







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Board of Public Service



979



Park Fund brought forward

Mar.

7. F. B. Maertz, horse-keep, February

Aug. Langfermann, Commercial Tribune, Nov.

20 to Feb. 26

Castner, Curran & Bullitt, 40,850 lbs. coal

14. Pickering Hardware Co., handsaw and drills . . .

KPL Co., hardware

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

March 9

Wellman & Roettker, harness repairs

Henry Burdorf, shoeing, February

23. John P. Jones, 84.2 cu. yds. stone wall

April

4. F. B. Maertz, horse-keep, etc., March

Lunkenheimer Co., oil-cups, gauge, etc

Henry Heile & Sons, feed

A. Janszen & Co., one box soap

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone

rental, April, May, June

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone

rental, April, May, June

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, telephone

rental, April, May, June

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, operating

patrol-boxes, March

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock - rental,

April, May, June :

S. L. Rice, 104. 12 cu. yds. crushed stone

Campbell Creek Coal Co., two tons coal

Pittsburg Coal Co., four tons coal

II. Castner, Curran & Bullitt, 20,550 lbs. coal

KPL Co., hardware, etc

Pickering Hardware Co., hardware

Joseph Heuermann, 30 bu. oats

Cin'ti Edison Electric Co., electric light, March
John Boehringer, shoeing, February, March..

Henry Burdorf, ** March

18. Rucker Stone Co., 131.49 cu. yds. crushed stone

Barron-Boyle Co., 17 g^l. paint

20. J. R. Farmer, repairing Eden Park music-stand.
May
2. J. M. McCullough Sons, 45 bu. grass-seed

A. Barnes & Sons, 21 large trees

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, operating

palrol-boxes, April

Cin'ti Edison Electric Co., electric light, April

Richmond Bros., 300 lbs. white lead ,

Pittsburg Coal Co., four tons coal ,

Morrison & Snodgrass Co., lumber for music-
stand

KPL Co., hardware for music-stand

Cambridge Flower-pot Factory, 24,000 flower-pots

H. J. Conkling, sewer-pipe, cement, etc

E. Bowen, roofing and coating

Geo. Douglass & Co., plumbing repairs

B. P. Critchell, cash paid for sundries

J. R. Tanner, music-stand repairs, Eden Park

Park Fund carried forward



1,829


02


18


25


2


10


51

I


00
80


5


01


15 00

13 75
17 70
88 41


II 90

10 05

34 20

6 61


»5


00


15


00



833



3


00


161


39


6


00


II


00


25


69


18


59


41


77


9


00


7


08


585


10


35


205 87


25


50


68


70


39


00


45


00


8


33


7 07


18


00


II


00


253 65


12


08


119


S6


I


88


15


to


29


85


22


66


79 70



$3,417 80



32,839 22



$32,839 22



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



980



Report of the Clerk



May
9.



16.



23.



29.



June
6.



Park Fund brought forward

Pittsburg Coal Co., four tons coal

Mook & Weil, one brown horse

Castner, Curran & Bullitt, 10,700 lbs. coal

Kisinger-Ison Co., sprinkling-wagon repairs

Morrison & Snodgrass Co., lumber

Wellmann & Roettker, harness repairs

George Welch, horse-keep, April

Merkel Bros., plumbing work

KPL Co., dippers, buckets, etc

Wm. H. Fox, roof and gutter repairs, Eden Park

John H. McGowan Co., pump repairs

Henry Burdorf , shoeing, April

Martin Morris, 156 loads top-soil

J. M. McCullough Sons, 10 bu. grass-seed

iohn Reuhl & Co., painting music-stand
. W. Fisher & Co., 7.178 lbs. hay

Pickering Hardware Co., horse-mower, etc

Amanda Blymyer, one load bedding

John Lodder & Sons, 300 echeverias

Thomas Burns, 6S loads soil

Scully Construction Co., 132 ft. pine lumber . . .

KPL Co., hose, couplings, and mow^er

Trimble & Yaeger, i, 130 yds. sod

W. A. Glazer & Co., 161 loads earth

Martin Morris, 32 loads earth

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, operating

patrol-boxes. May

Pickering Hardware Co., horse-mower

J. M. McCullough Sons, 12 bu. grass-seed

Braun & Kipp, feed

Herman Eggers, sprinkling Lincoln Park, May.

Citizens Street -sprinkling and Cleaning Co.,
sprinkling Hopkins Park, May

Kleemeier Bros., sprinkling Washington Park,
May

Aug. Langfermann, Commercial Tribune, Feb.
27 to May 28

Joseph H. Batsche, cleaning vault, Burnet Woods

Castner, Curran & Bullitt, 10,100 lbs. coal. .

Hale, Justis & Co., liniment

KPL Co., tools

Nathan Plant, boots

J. M. McCullough Sons, mower, etc

F. B. Maertz, horse-keep, April, May

Geo. Welch, ** May

Henry Burdorf, shoeing, wagon repairs, etc....

Pickering Hardware Co., rakes and basins

Merkel Bros., pipe and bibbs

John Boehringer, shoeing

Corryville Carriage and Wag. Wks., sprinkling-
wagon repairs

Consolidated Rubber Tire Wks., set rubber tires

Cin'ti Edison Electric Co., electric light. May..

Early & Daniel, feed

J. W. Frame & Son, 766 cu. yds. sod

Park Fund carried forward



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150 00

13 38

7 10

8 38
4 05

7 50

29 90
20 85

17 70
2 50

24 40
156 00

20 00
124 00

58 32
60 30

1 00

18 60
68 00

2 64
40 00
72 60
76 00
32 00

833

59 00
24 00
47 07

35 00

428

28 57

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19 50
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13 35

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June

12.
20.



Park Fund brought forward .



July
2.



5.
11.



Adam Yaeger, 797 cu. yds. sod

Geo. Douglas & Co., plumbing repairs, Burnet

Woods

H. Belmer & Co., wire, staples, etc

Merkel Bros., pipe, nipples, etc

Henry Burdorf, wagon repairs

Francis Fritsch Mfg. Co., bolts and nuts

Wm. Fogarty, 69 loads soil



18.



25.



Pay acc't masons repairing wall, Washington

Park, week June 29

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, operating

patrol-boxes, June

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, telephone

rental, July. Aug., Sept

City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone

rental, July, Aug. , Sept

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock- rental,

July, Aug., Sept

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

July 9

Geo. Welch, horse-keep, June

F. B. Maertz, »* "

Williams Directory Co., directory

Mook & Weil, one horse

Cincinnati Granitoid Co., fountain basin steps,
Eden Park

Geo. Douglass & Co., plumbing repairs



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