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Dec.
I.



Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co., gas, November

Peter Rebold, horse-keep, November

H.J. Roberts, harness and cover

Bohnett & Co., 700 reports

J. C. Hendricks, 1,000 reports

W. H. Stanage & Co., reports and indexes...



Sanitary Fund carried forward



3,227 01

30 00
48 50

2 10
23 10

4 08

66 cfo

3 00
12 60

8 00

27 75
8 80

35 50

60
I 00

12 15
19 20

. 16 60

28 00

7 20
I 50

1 04

5 00
30 00
19 00
19 00
19 00

2 00

4 00

13 25

5 00

236 14
I 00
I 00

6 75
II 00

75
I 25
«; 00

3 00
15 00

23 10
30 00

68
19 00

1 10

8 00

2 90
27 00



38,576 81



$4,092 63 $38,576 81



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



992



Report of the Clerk



Dec.
12.



Sanitary Fund brought forward.



24.
28.



Bradley & Sorin Co., half dozen ink-wells

** 1,000 postals and printing

Pounsford Stationery Co., labels and book

** •* 6,000 blanks

Max Wocher & Son, mailing-boxes, etc

Parke-Davis Co., 60,000 tablets, November

Joseph Nuth, horse-keep, November

Peter Haerr, ** "

Ben F. Burdick, shoeing, "

G. G. Wright & Son, one box aluminum wires. .

R. H. Crane, 1,000 cartons

Cincinnati Traction Co., 1,000 car tickets

Commercial-Gazette Job Printing Co., 500 postal
cards

Max Wocher & Son, culture tubes, etc

S. Rosenthal & Co., 10,000 house inspection no-
tices

Woodrow Stationery and Printing Co., 3 gr. pens

Bohnett & Co., 700 reports, December

Pounsford Stationery Co., four notice books..

J. M. Ray, clerk, cash paid for postage, etc...

Alfred H. Cox, " •*

W. H. Stanage & Co., blotters and envelopes.

S. Rosenthal & Co

Wm. Maag



Appropriation $4,513.50.
Total SaniUry Fund.



ORDINANCE NO. 614 — ABATEMENT OF EXISTING
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.
Feb.
5. City Treasurer, appropriation $i,ooo

July

31. B. F. Lyle, physician

John Deck, special sanitary officer

Wm. Maag, services caring for ambulance



Sept.



ORDINANCE NO. 715.

City Treasurer, appropriation $i,ooo

B. F. Lyle, physician

iohn Deck Special sanitary officer.. ..
)aniel Ehrhardt... ** "

West Disinfect'g Co., formaldehyde regenerator

Max Wocher & Son, 2,486 vaccine points and

two generators



Total expenditures of Health Department.



4,092 65

1 27
12 00

7 75
15 00

581
43 60
19 00
19 00

2 00
4 75

4 25
50 00

5 00
41 88

7 75
I 80

8 00
19 oc
15 40

4 55
II 85

3« 75
15 00



525 00

420 00

30 00



375 00

300 00

114 00

5 00

174 30



38,576 81



4,43906



43.015 87



97500



96830



$44,959 »T



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Board of Public Service



993



SEWERAGE FUND.

RECEIPTS.

Jan.

I. City Treasurer, balance

Taxes, first six months

** second six months

Sale of old iron

Wages and Salaries.

Psij acc't repairs

" inspectors, etc

** purchasing agent and clerk

Appropriation $24,000.



Jan.

ID.



16.



24.



3»-



Feb.
7.



14.



Materials^ ToolSy etc.

American Clay Mfg. Co., 29 pieces pipe

Mrs. Mary Dosch Blacksmithing, December

Koch & Rodefeld Shoeing "

Jas. Gilligan Horse-keep "

Kroger Coal and Coke Co., two tons coal

City and Suburban Tel. Ass^n, telephone-rental,

Jan., Feb., Mar

Geo. C. Miller Sons Carriage Co., buggy repairs

J. R. Ware & Co., 30 loads sand

" 26 **

H. J. Conkling, 75 sacks cement

Cin^ti Street Railway Co., 500 car tickets. ,

Gibson Plumbing Co., plumbing Wade-st. yard.
Standard Oil Co., one barrel oil, 503^ gallons . . .

Moores & Co., 48 sacks cement.

J. G. Crispin Lime and Cement Co., 13 barrels

cement

L. H. McCammon Bros., 123 sacks cement

Coney Supply Co. ....... 36 **

Jas. Griffith & Sons, 1,000 feet flooring

Pielage & Mersch, rent Plum-st. lot, January. . .

KPL Co., six dray chains '. . . .

Jos. Heuermann, feed, January

Kruse & Bahlman Hardware Co. mattoxes, etc. .



C. Crane & Co., 4,046 feet oak lumber

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, January

Jas. Gilligan, horse-keep, January

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing

J. A. Sweeney & Co., stove-pipe, etc

Chas. Handman, cash for car- fare, etc

Moores & Co., 36 sacks cement

J. E. McCracken Supply Co., seven bbls. cement.

H. Conkling, 50 pieces sewer- pipe

T. ¥. McClure Sons Co., 8,000 sewer brick

H. W. Von Behren, galvanized iron work

L. H. McCammon Bros., 150 sacks cement



Sewerage Fund carried forward.



9.843 83


11,721


03


11,182


TiTi


159


68


19,193


14


3,978


00


325


00



II


26


44 90


4


00


21


00


5 70


15


00


45


00


38


00


26


00


15


00


25


00


39


00


3


79


30


00


32 50


45


00


7


20


22


50


35


00


12


60


14


11


6 60


7687


14 47


'7


00


4


00


2


20


8


10


7


20


II


80


18


75


86


00


7 45


30


00



$783 00



$32,906 87



23,496 14



$23,496 14



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



994



Report of the Clerk



Feb.
14.



Sewerage Fund brought forward.



J. G. Crispin Lime and Cement Co., 13 barrels

cement <

Cincinnati Sewer-pipe Co., 50 pieces pipe

J. R. Ware & Co., 32 yds. sand

Pittsburg Coal Co., two tons coal

Frank Giese, four loads gravel

Cleveland Rubber Works, one horse-cover
Samuel W. Trost, 2,048 feet oak lumber..

John Warburg, 3,000 brick

** 2,000 "

25,000



W. A. Glazer & Co., 24 yards gravel

28. John Warburg, 5,000 brick

F. H. Kirchner & Co., 7>^ yards bowlders

J. E. McCracken Supply Co., two barrels lime.

KPL Co., three dozen iron buckets

John Ryling & Son, two tarpaulins

Stiebel & Co., two tons coal



Mar.



7. Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing

C. Handman, cash expended, car-fare, etc. . . .

Amanda Blymyer, one load bedding

Pickering Hardware Co., one dozen oil cans. .

John H. Wolf, two whitewash brushes

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, February. . .
Pielage & Mersch, rent, Wade-st. yard, February

C. Crane, 1,525 feet oak lumber

Ohio Humane Society, use of horse ambulance

las. Gilligan, horse-keep, February

14. Moores Lime Co., 100 pieces sewer-pipe

L. H. McCammon Bros., 36 sacks cement

Samuel W. Trost, 1,209 feet oak lumber

iones & Bruce, castings
. R. Ware & Co., six yards sand

Standard Oil Co., one bbl. oil andx>ne bbl. gasoline
Queen-City Supply Co., 10 doz. pick-handles.

II. J. Conkling, 39 sacks cement.

Cincinnati Sewer-pipe Co., 39 sacks cement.. .

28. Early & Daniel, feed

Coney Supply Co 36 sacks cement

J. G. Crispin Lime & Cem't Co., 36 "

J. E. McCracken Supply Co 36 **



April

3. c



II.



Handman, car-fare in March

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, March

Jones & Bruce, castings

Moores & Co., 12 barrels cement

Pielage & Mersch, rent Wade-st. lot, March . .

KPL Co., 12 sheath drivers

L. F. Klanke, extra work Burnet-av. sewer . . .

James Gilligan, horse-keep, March

H. J. Roberts, whip

C. Crane & Co., 600 feet oak lumber

T. F. McClure & Sons Co., 118 pes. granite curb

J. R. Ware & Co., 26 yards sand

<« " 24 "



Sewerage Fund carried forward.



783 00

■ 780
18 76
32 00

5 50
7 00

2 25
3891
22 35
14 90

186 25

13 20
37 25
18 75

11 50
26 79
40 00

5 50

4 00

5 00
I 00

3 08

3 50

14 51

35 «>
28 98

5 50

17 00

42 50

7 20

22 97

262 58

6 00

9 45

12 50

9 75
9 75

7 18
9 00
9 00
9 00

8 05

4 70
172 80

9 00

35 <»
22 20

67 90
17 00
I 00
II 40
35400
26 00
24 00



23,496 14



$2,549 21



$23,49614



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Board of Public Service



995



Sewerage Fund brought forward

April

1 1. John Warburg, 10,000 brick

J. E. McCracken Supply Co., sewer-pipe. . . .

L. H. McCammon Bros., sewer-pipe and cement

H. J. Conkling, 39 sacks cement

Coney Supply Co., sewer- pipe and cement. . . .

J. G. Crispin Lime & Cem*t Co., 39 sacks cement

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

April, May, June

18. Samuel W. Trost, 2,229 feet oak lumber

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing. . ,•

P. DeRoo, half dozen brooms

25. Early & Daniel, feed, April

Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

Moores & Co., 12 bbls. cement

Wm. Fogarty, 31 yds. building stone and curb

C. Handman, incline plane tickets



May

2.



9.



16.



23



Pielage & Mersch, rent Wade-st. lot, April . .
Cincinnati Sewer-pipe Co., 36 sacks cement. . ,

Amanda Blymyer, one load bedding

Jones & Bruce, 24 castings

H. J. Conkling, 75 sacks cement

" 23 pieces Fewer-pipe

J. E. McCracken Supply Co., 23 pes. sewer-pipe

L. H. McCammon Bros., 36 sacks cement

J. H. Kohmescher & Co., 2 pr. boots and 2 coats

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, April

C. Handman, cash for car-fare, etc

'Pittsburg Coal Co., two tons coal

Samuel W. Trost, 3.332 ft. oak lumber

Jos. I. Crispin Lime and Cement Co., 12 bbls.
cement

iames Gilligan, horse-keep, April
:och & Rodefeld, shoeing, **

John Crotty, 2$ cu. yds. cinders
. R. Ware & Co., 25 loads sand

Cincinnati Sewer- pipe Co., 75 sacks cement

Mook & Weil, one bay horse

KPL Co., tools and hardware

Jones & Bruce, castings. May

June

6. Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

KPL Co., one dozen lanterns

** three trowels

Nathan Plant & Co.. 10 pairs boots

Pielage & Mersch, rent Wade-street lot. May. . .

C. Handman, car-fare. May

J. G. Crispin L. & C. Co., 12 bbls. cement

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing, May

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, May

12. Amanda Blymyer, one load bedding

James Gilligan, horse-keep. May

20. Standard Oil Co., i bbl. oil, 54>i gal

Moores Lime Co., 300 ft. pipe

Coney Supply Co., 39 sacks cement

Jones & Bruce, castings, June



Sewerage Fund carried forward.



2,549 21

74 50
13 »o

34 50
9 75

33 75
9 75

15 00

42 35
2 00
1*50
9 28

25 00
9 00

5825
20 00

35 00
9 00
I 00

187 6s

18 75

18 19

18 19

9 00

18 00

12 62

6 10

5 50

63 31

26 40
17 00

4 00
12 50
25 00
1875

115 00

57 85

250 65

25 00

5 25
I 05

37 50
35 00

5 90
25 20

6 00
12 51

I 00
17 00

4 36
70 50

9 75
148 50



23,496 14



$4,241 62



$23,496 14



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



996



Report of the Clerk



Jane
20.



27.



July
3.



Sewerage Fund brought forward .



KPL Co., five dozen lamp-wicks

Earlj & Daniel, feed

C. Crane & Co., 2,554 ft. oak lumber

John Warburg, 10,000 bricks

Moores & Co., 30 pieces pipe

L. Kruckemeyer, one dozen water- buckets.. . .
Barber Asphalt Paving Co., asphalt repairs
Court and York streets



Kf*L Cq., hose, etc •.

Pickering Hardware Co., screws. . . .
Coney Supply Co., 75 sacks cement.
J. R. Ware & Co., 24 yds. sand



18.



25-



Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, June

C. Handman, cash for car-fare, etc., June

Jones & Bruce, castings, June

Samuel W. Trost, 1,064 ^t. oak lumber

James Griffith & Sons, 504 ft. pine lumber. . . .

Moores Lime Co., 194 ft. sewer-pipe

L. H. McCammon Bros., 75 sacks cement, etc

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing, June

KPL Co., two dozen tin cups

" tool repairs

Pielage & Mersch, rent Flint-street yard, June

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

Jones & Bruce, 12 Palmer traps.

H. W. Meier & Sons, 1,008 ft. lumber

James Gilligan, horse-keep, June

Jones Sc Bruce, 2,280 lbs. castings

J. G.Crispin Lime and Cem*t Co., 12 bbls. cement

C. Crane & Co., 2,552 ft. oak lumber

Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets



H. J. Conkling, 75 sacks cement.
J. E. McCracken Supply Co., 4 bbls. cement . . .
" ** 2 pes. sewer-pipe.

140 ft.

John Warburg, 15,000 bricks ,

Ice Delivery Co., 600 lbs. ice



Aug.
I.



Pielage & Mersch, rent Wade-street yard, July.

J. E. McCracken Supply Co., 4 bbls. cement . . .

** ** 400 ft. sewer-pipe.

James Gilligan, horse-keep, etc., July

Jones & Bruce, 8,340 lbs. castings

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing, July

KPL Co., diaphragm regulators, etc. ,.*

" blacksmithing

** four kegs nails

Contractors and Builders Supply Co., cement..
** ** " sewer-pipe

Moores & Co., 45 sacks cement

Samuel W. Trost, 1,334 ft. oak lumber

Early & Daniel, 645 lbs. hay

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, July



Sewerage Fund carried forward.



4.241


62




20


II


30


48 52


74 50


15 30


2


40


"3


12


IS


28




28


18


75


24


00


36


00


20


73


12


00


45


00


20


22


5 o4|


190


00


24


60


4


00


I


00


1


35


35


00


15


00


60


00


5040I


17


00


5'


30


25


20


4849I


25


00


18


75


9


00


I


96


41


45


III


75


I


80


35


00


9


00


125


00





00


187 65|


6


00


15


10


I


70


9


60


50


10


35 7o|


11


25


25 351


4


84


32


08



23,496 14



$5,923 68



$23,496 M



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Board of Public Service



997



Aug.
8.

15-



Sewerage Fund brought forward .



22.



Sept.
5-

12.



Amanda Blymjer, one load bedding

Chas. Handman, cash paid for car- fare, etc.
J. A. Ehrhardt, extra work Reading road.. .

Braun & Kipp, oats

H. J. Roberts, harness and repairs

C. Crane & Co., 768 ft. oak lumber

Coney Supply Co., 48 sacks cement

L. H. McCammon Bros., sewer-pipe

Geo. Dolham, blacksmithing, July

Chas. Behlen's Sons Co., buggy repairs

J. R. Ware & Co., 26 yds. sand

H. W. Meier Sons, 976 ft. lumber

Samuel W. Trost, 1,280 "



5»923 68



18.



26.



Oct.
3.



Jones & Bruce, castings, August

C. Handman, cash paid for car-fare, etc

Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

John Funke, 12 yds. pebbles

H. J. Conkling, sewer-pipe

J. G. Crispin Lime and Cement Co., sewer-pipe

J. E. McCracken Supply Co., 36 sacks cement. .

** " 200 ft. sewer-pipe.

Wm. Fogarty, 30 yds. building-stone

Cincinnati Sewer-pipe Co., sewer-pipe

H. Pielage, rent Wade-street lot, August

John Warburg, 10,000 brick

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing, August

Trinidad Asphalt Paving Co., asphalt repairs

Green street, etc

Ice Delivery Co., ice, July

James Gilligan, horse-keep, etc., August

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, August

H. J. Conkling, 39 sacks cement

L. H. McCammon Bros., 39 sacks cement and

sewer-pipe

Moores Lime Co., 36 sacks cement

KPL Co.. two rope-ladders

Ice Delivery Co. , ice, August

J. R. Ware & Co., 18 cu. yds. sand

Cincinnati Sewer-pipe Co., 50 pes. sewer-pipe..
Samuel W. Trost, 736 ft. oak lumber



Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, September...

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing

Amanda Blymyer, one load bedding

Early & Daniel, hay and oats

C. Handman, cash paid for car-fare, etc

Pickering Hardware Co., 3 doz. sledge-handles..
Henry Pielage, rent Wade-street yard, Sept. . . .

Moores & Co., sewer-pipe

J. R. Ware & Co., 26 yds. sand

C. Crane & Co 2,543 ft. oak lumber

Samuel W. Trost 1,567 **

Coney Supply Co., 100 ft. sewer-pipe

Jones & Bruce, castings, Sept., Oct



Sewerage Fund carried forward.



I 00


II 45


16 75


14 54


3 70


14 60


25 20


74 87


14 29


59 50


26 00


21 52


24 32


160 65


14 90


25 00


24 00


65 00


65 00


9 00


32 00


52 50


II 26


21 00


74 50


7 00


1564


3 90


31 90


16 77


9 75


10 71


9 00


18 80


4 05


27 00


25 50


13 98


1784


8 00


I 00


II 70


10 65


3 27


21 00


37 74


26 00


4832


29 77


25 50


116 10



23,496 14



$7,337 12



$23,496 14



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



998



Report of the Clerk



Got.
lo.

17.



Sewerage Fund brought forward.



3».

Nov.
7.



14.



27.



Dec.
5.



II.
12.



19.

24.



City and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n, telephone-
rental, Oct., Nov., Dec

James Gilligan, horse-keep, September

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs...
Moores & Co., 39 sacks cement

t£. McCracken Supply Co., 36 sacks cement. .
. Kruckemeyer, half dozen buckets

Jones & Bruce, 6,180 lbs. castings

J. O. Rose, agent, insurance on horses, etc

John Warburg, 10,000 brick



Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, October ....

James Gilligan, horse-keep, October

Chas. Hand man, cash for car-fare, etc

Jones & Bruce, 12 Palmer traps

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing

Henry Pielage, rent Wade-street yard, October

J. H. Kohmescher, 12 pairs boots

Geo. B. Meyer, half dozen buckets

Burkhardt & Co., 52 gal. oil

Contractors and Builders Supply Co., cement

and pipe

Pickering Hardware Co., two kegs nails

H. W. Meier Sons, 384 ft. lumber

Ice Delivery Co., ice, September

Moores Lime Co., 100 ft. pipe

Kineon Coal Co., two tons coal

Wm. Bindley, 75 sacks cement

iones & Bruce, castings
. R. Ware & Co., 26 yds. sand

** 6 "

Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

Trinidad Asphalt Paving Co., repairing cuts,

Penn street, etc.-

Warner & Quinlan, 64 ft. sewer-pipe.

James Griffith & Sons, lumber

Ed. Schroder, two loads gravel



Tones & Bruce, 24 castings «...

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing

H. J. Conkling, five pieces sewer-pipe . . . ,

J. E. McCracken Supply Co., 60 ft. sewer-pipe..

Coney Supply Co., 4!i8 sacks cement

Chas. Handman, cash paid for car-fare, etc

Henry Pielajse, rent Wade-street lot, November.

J. R. Ware & Co., 20 yds. sand

Warner & Quinlan, extra work Eastern avenue.

L. H. McCammon Bros., 48 sacks cement

Koch & Rodefeld, shoeing

Jones & Bruce, two castings

Cincinnati Traction Co., 500 car tickets

Amanda Blymyer, one load bedding

John Warburg, 20,000 brick

Contractors & Builders Sup. Co., 12 bbls. cement

James Gilligan, horse-keep, November

Appropriation $9,000.

Total Sewerage Fund



7,337 12



15 00

17 00
83 20

9 75
9 00

« 75

139 05

9 50

74 50

18 41

19 00
10 50
60 00

5 50

21 00

49 15

1 75
4 16

73 43
4 96

24 96

2 02

25 50

18 75
98 55

26 00
9 00

25 00

21 58
53 76

20 89
4 00

197 10
10 46

95
00
25 20
10 55

21 00
30 00
29 48
25 20

4 00

43 8«

25 00

I 00

149 00

25 20

19 00



23»496 14



7I



8,999 J6



$3M9« 40



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Board of Public Service



999



Jan.



BRIDGE FUND.



RECEIPTS,



Citj Treasurer, balance . .

Taxes, first six months. . . .

" second six months .

Sale of horse

Sale of three buggies



ENGINEERING SALARIES.



Dec.

31.



Paj acc't engineer, 12 months.
Appropriation $2,000.



MISCELLANEOUS CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRS, IN-
CLUDING LABOR, TOOLS, RENT, HORSE- KEEP,
INCIDENTALS, ETC.

Paj acc't repairs, etc., 12 months

** purchasing agent and clerk one month.

Jan.

2. C. Crane & Co., 8,862 ft. oak lumber

9. H. Garlick & Co., 5,700 lbs. pitch

J. B. Schroeder & Co., hardware

Pickering Hardware Co., two augers

C. Crane & Co., oak lumber and blocks

Kineon Coal Co., two tons coal

Geo. B. Meyer, 24 bolts

J. B. Doppes & Sons, pine lumber

J. ]. Sullivan & Co., horse-keep, November

Henry Weitkamp, " "

Littleford Bros., two tar-dippers

H. J. Roberts, two lap-robes and blankets

Frank Egner, one dozen mops

National Paint Works, 29 gal. metal-paint

It it (C It

II. Fred. Schuettler & Son, shoeing, Nov., Dec

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, December

Henry Weitkamp, horse-keep, December

Wm. Thomas, cash for car-fare, etc

Jas. Griffith & Sons, sawing and dressing lumber

16. W. C. Peale & Bro., paint and varnish

24. Christian Bardes Sons, acc't rent Stark -street
yard, December

J. B. Doppes & Sons, 584 ft. lumber

H. W. Meier Sons, pine lumber

** 384 ft. pine lumber

KPL Co., hardware, etc

29. Pickering Hardware Co., screws and handles. . .
" ** error Dec. 24 invoice..

KPL Co., nails, etc.

Richmond Bros., paints

W. C. Peale & Bro., half dozen brushes

John H. Wolf, I bbl. turpentine and strainer....

Chas. J. Hardig, i bbl. boiled oil

Bridge Fund carried forward



15,633 41

20.492 35

20,492 35

31 00

22 00



18,270 88


325 00


178 50


4788


3 70


I 16


277 06


6 00


I 67


18 49


34 00


34 00


3 20


9 50


3 50


3" 90


31 90


4 00


6 00


34 00


580


I 25


55


10 00


17 66


165 00


7 30


2 33


5 44


50


128 21


3808


90


21 75


32 72



$19,759 83



$56,671 II



1,983 26



$1,983 26



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



1000



Report of the Clerk



Jan.
29.



Feb.
7.



14.



21.

28.



Mar.
7.



14-



21.



28.



April



Bridge Fund brought forward

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs,

October, December

P. Gleason & Son, T%, yds. crushed stone

Burckhardt & Co., i bbl. oil

Samuel W. Trost, 14,941 ft. oak lumber

Henry Weitkamp, horse-keep, January

Wm. Thomas, car-fare

J. A. Sweeney & Co., stove- fittings, etc

John Kolb Co., 10 lbs. lampblack

Hinsch Coal and Coke Co., two tons coal

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, Dec, Jan

Fred. Schuettler & Son, shoeing, January

M. Burgoyne, shoeing

Pittsburg Coal Co., two tons coal

KPL Co., hardware

Richmond Bros., 20 lbs. green paint

Cleveland Rubber Works, one buggy apron....

Richmond Bros., 25 lbs. green paint

C. Crane & Co., 22,946 ft. lumber

Christian Bardes Sons, acc*t rent Stark -street
yard, January

John Ryling & Co., one tarpaulin

Wm. Thomas, cash paid for car- fare, February.

M. Burgoyne, shoeing

Pickering Hardware Co., lag screws and washers

H. W. Meier Sons, 1 ,792 ft. lumber

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy and wagon

repairs

Richmond Bros., i gal. varnish

KPL Co., I >^ dozen shovels

Christian Bardes Sons, acc*t rent Stark - street

yard, February

J. J. Sullivan & Co., horse-keep, Jan., Feb

** ** December

Henry Weitkamp, ** February

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, February

Pickering Hardware Co., two augers

C. Crane & Co., 162 ft. oak lumber

E. Tvethaug, one dozen picks

Pittsburg Coal Co., two tons coal

J. H. Wolf, half dozen paint-brushes

KPL Co., hardware, etc

J. H. Kohmescher & Co., one buggy-apron.. . .-.
Wm. Lange, iron-work Main-street and Queen-

City-avenue bridges

H. Garlick & Co., 5,420 lbs. pitch

Wm. Thomas, cash expended for car fare

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs . .
Christian Bardes Sons, acc't rent Stark -street

yard, March

Frank W. Folz & Co., 10 yds. broken stone...

H. Weitkamp, horse-keep, March

G. S. Ellis & Son, two blankets

Bridge Fund carried forward



19,759 83



II 25

9 38
4 00


3»3 76

34 00

5 50

3 75

90

5 70
2 30
8 00
8 00


5 50
4 42
I 20
I 60


I 50
465 18


10 00


485
3 00

5 CO

3584


30 80

75
14 22


10 00
68 00


34 00

34 00

10 79

I 20


3 40
3 70
5 50
95
403


2 25


19 00

42 28

5 35

15 95


10 00


12 00


34 00
6 50



$21,075 88



1,983 26



$1,983 26



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Board of Public Service



1001



April
II.



Bridge Fund brought forward.



19.
25.



May

2.



H. J. Roberts, harness repairs

Theo. Stiebel & Co., two tons coal

Pickering Hardware Co., two kegs nails. .
Mrs. Marv.Dosch, blacksmithing, March.

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, March

P. DeRoo, half dozen brooms

Geo. B. Meyer, one dozen pick-handles...

KPL Co., hardware, etc

J. J. Sullivan & Co., horse-keep, March..

Richmond Bros., 600 lbs. white lead

J. R. W.ire & Co., 14 yds. sand

Wm. F'ogarty, 8 yds. building stone



16.



23.



29.

June

6.



20.
27.



C. Crane & Co., oak lumber and blocks

James Gritfith & Sons, moulding, planing, etc

Fred. Schuettler & Son, shoeing, March

" " " February . . .

M. Burgoyiie, shoeing, April

C. Crane & Co., oak lumber and blocks

Ira D. Washburn Co., dry paint

Henry Weitkamp, horse-keep, April

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing

Christian Bardes Sons, acc't rent Stark -street

yard, April

J. J. Sullivan & Co., horse- keep, April

Wm. Thomas, cash paid for car-fare

KPL Co., 18 kegs nails

** hardware

F. Schuettler & Son, shoeing

Stein- Vogeler Drug Co. i lb. sponges

Chas. Moser Co., paint and brushes

L. H. McCammon Bros., 6 bbls. cement

Richmond Bros., paint



July
3.



18.



Henry Weitkamp, horse-keep. May

Ira p. Washburn Co., glass

Nathan Plant & Co., six pairs hip-boots

KPL Co. , six kegs nails

Wm. Thomas, cash paid for car-fare

Wm. Long, blacksmithing on bridges

Christian Bardes Sons, account rent Stark-street

yard, May

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, May



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