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

Richmond Bros., one gallon varnish

W. E. Townlev & Co 4,267 ft. pine lumber.

H. W. Meier & Sons 6,800 "

C. Crane & Co 6,525 ft. oak lumber. .

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing. May



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

James Griffith & Sons, lumber and mill-work.,

Henry Weitkamp, horse-keep, June

KPL Co., one cooler and hardware

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, June

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy repairs

Bridge Fund carried forward



21,075 ^



5 00


IS


5 34


5 00


I 50
I 60


5 86


34 00


37 52


14 00


14 00


197 56
28 78


5 00


2 00


7 25


214 47


50


34 00


9 97


10 00


34 00
6 15


43 74


10 71


65s


1 75


.lio


18 98


34 00
2 60


22 50


>5 35


5 73
65 45


10 00


5 00


34 00


76 81
128 80


134 82


II 17


6 10


22 87


34 00
7 48


13 00


2 95



$22,502 64



1,983 26



$1,983 26



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1002



Report of the Clerk



July
l8.



Bridge Fund brought forward.



Aug.
I.



15.



Sept.
12.



Christian Bardes Sons, account rent Stark-street
yard, June

T. J. Sullivan & Co., horse-keep, June

Fred. Schiiettler & Son. .Shoeing, May

•* " .. " June

M. Burgoyne ** **

Wm. Lang, blacksmithlng, Marshall-av. bridge.

Wm. Lang, blacksmithlng, Torrence - road and
Eastern-avenue bridge

Wm. Lang, blacksmithlng, Findlay-street bridge
" ** Wade-street "

" " Sixth-street **

" " Mohawk

Kpch & Rodefeld, repairing anchor-irons, etc..

H. W. Meier Sons, 4,800 ft. pine lumber

KPL Co., 22 kegs nails

Ira D. Washburn Co., one gallon varnish

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, one new buggy

Richmond Bros,, one barrel linseed oil

H. W. Meier Sons 4,800 ft. lumber

Enterprise Lumber Co 2,400 "

Jones & Bruce, 57 lbs. washere

Wm. Thomas, cash paid for car-fare

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, wagon repairs.

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithlng, July

KPL Co., hardware, July

Sam'l W. Trost 2,613 ft. lumber

C. Crane & Co 2,451 **

" " 2,500 "

" " 1,500 "

" " 2,400 "

•* ...1,425 "

J. B. Doppes & Sons . 1,520 "

Henry Weitkamp Horse-keep, July

J. J. Sullivan & Co " "

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, July

Christian Bardes Sons, account rent Stark-street

yard, July

John H . Wolf, half barrel japan

Chicago House-Raising Co., use jack-screws, etc.
J. B. Wolsefer, harness repairs, August 14, 1900,

to June 27

H. ]. Roberts, harness repairs, July

Wm. Lange, blacksmithlng on bridges

KPL Co., 2 doz. maul-handles .'

C. Crane & Co., oak lumber

Fred. Schuettler & Son, shoeing, July



Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithlng, August...

Henry Weitkamp, horse-keep, August

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, August

J. R. Ware & Co., 2 yds. sand, August

Wm. Thomas, cash for car- fare, September.

Geo. B. Meyer, 100 screws

Enterprise Lumber Co. . . .4,000 ft. lumber. .



Bridge Fund carried forward.



22,502 64



10 00


34 «>


7 00


340


5 00


17 40


10 25


5 00


16 30


II 70


12 00


2 00


86 40


91 50


I 45


200 00


40 07


88 80


48 00


I 28


5 50


44 35


10 73


4 30


54 «7


47 48


47 50


31 50


48 00


29 92


40 28


34 00


34 00


5 25


10 00


12 15


9 00


19 70


85


37 90


2 16


359 09


7 40


6 10


34 00


5 00


2 00


6 60


3 56


76 00



$24,223 38



1,98326



$1,983 26



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1003



Sept.
i8.



26.



Bridge Fund brought forward ,



Oct.



31.
Not.

7.
21.



Dec.
5-



W. E. Townley & Co i6o ft. lumber

H. W. Meier Sons 4,800

Sam'lW. Trost 2,991 **

C. Crane & Co 2,767 **

World's Fair Wrecking Co., timbers

H. W. Meier Sons 700 ft. lumber. . . .

C. Crane & Co 384 "

Christian Bardes Sons, account rent Stark-street

yards, A ugust

Wm. Lang, blacksmithing on bridges, August

F. Schuettler & Son, shoeing, August

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

Kuebel Bros., 50 ft. curb

KPL Co., half dozen lanterns

** hardware



H. B. Wellmann, 23^ yds. broken stone

KPL Co., half dozen brooms

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

Pickering Hardware Co., half dozen hatchets.

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, September

Engelke Saddlery Co., one set heavy harness .
Henry Weitkamp, horse-keep, September....

H. W. Meier Sons, 8,280 ft. lumber

C. Crane & Co., 2,800 ft. oak lumber

*» ** 840 " "

** " 720 " "

Christian Bardes Sons, account rent Stark-street

yard, September

Burckhardt & Co., one barrel linseed oil

Richmond Bros., one barrel brown paint

Chas. Moser Co., one barrel turps

Mrs. Mary Dosch, blacksmithing, September.

Wm. Lang, step-railing, Lock street

** blacksmithing, September

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



Oct.



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

H. J. Roberts, saddle-pad

Fred. Schuettler & Son, shoeing, September

M. Burgoyne, shoeing, October

Henry Weitkamp Horse-keep, October . . .

Central Livery Stable.. ** ** ...

J. J. Sullivan & Co. . . . " September.

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

Chas. Moser Co., half dozen brushes

World's Fair Wrecking Co., scantlings and

boards

J. B. Doppes & Sons, shingles

Frank Mersch, rent Wade - street yard, August,

September



C. Crane & Co., 4,128 ft. lumber

800 "

Ruebel Bros., 140 cu. yds. broken stone.
«• 23.60 " •*

Bridge Fund carried forward



24,223 38



88
: 80



2
92

67 47



5!
18



.S8
28

12 60
8 06

10 00
63 61
7 00
34 00
23 00

2 43
10 50

2 50

2 75
6 25
2 50
2 00
25 00

34 00

171 72

53 20

15 96

13 68

10 00
34 45

19 08
2 10
10 00
40 37
15 00

65
5 00
5 00

38 00

32 49

34 00

2 98

2 00

10 50
I 00

28 00

74 30

15 20

154 00

25 96



1,983 26



$25,544 98



$1,983 26



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1004



Report of the Clerk



Dec.
5.



Bridge Fund brought forward

James Griffith & Sons, lumber and mill-work . .



12.

17.



3».



Richmond Bros., 300 lbs. white lead

Wm. Thomas, cash paid for car-fare, etc., Nov..

Fred. Schuettler & Son, shoeing, October

Geo. B. Meyer, wheelbarrows, etc.

KPL Co., hardware, Sept., Oct., Nov

Christian Bardes Sons, account rent Stark-street

yard, October

Bode Wagon and Plow Works, buggy and wagon

repairs '. ,

Burckhardt & Co., one barrel oil

Pickering Hardware Co., 32 kegs nails ,

KPL Co., 2 kegs nails ,

Cincinnati Times-Star Co., advertising Marshall

avenue bridge

Commercial Tribune Co., advertising Marshall

avenue bridge

C. Crane & Co., oak. blocks

** " oak lumber, December ,

" " lumber, November ,

T. F. McClure & Sons Co., 8,330 lbs. pitch



Appropriation $30,041.66.



INTEREST AND SINKING FUND.
July
8. Trustees of Sinking Fund, twelve months* sinking

fund to June i, 1901

Trustees of Sinking Fund, six months' interest

to December i, 1900

Dec.

12. Trustees of Sinking Fund, six months* interest

to June I, 1901 ,.

Trustees of Sinking Fund, six months' interest
to October i, 1901*



Appropriation $7,041 .66.

Total Bridge Fund.



TRUNK-SEWER FUND.



RECEIPTS.



Jan.



C ity Treasurer

Taxes, first six months

** second six months

F. H. Renwer, assessment North Main street.

Geo. DuUe, " Wheeler street

Mrs. J. Comer, ** Union street



25,544 9«

20 95

44 85
18 00

5 90

5 40

10 26

9 72

10 00

60 75
4 20

75 20
9 92

15 00

13 50
455 38
79 75
77 62
58 31



4,166 66
1,000 00

1,000 00
875 00



191,580 67

41,187 84

39,294 85

66 00

50 00

50 00



1,983 26



26,519 69



7,041 66



$35,544 61



272,229 36



* Bridge repair and reconstruction bonds.



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Board of Public Service



1005



SALARIES BNGINSBRSi RODMBN, DRAUGHTSMEN, ETC,

Dec.

31. Pay acc't 12 months

Appropriation $15,000.

city's portion cost op sewers, rights of way,
assessments, etc.



Pay acc*t inspectors and pipelayers.



Jan.

22. Pay acc't laborers, etc., Glenway-avenue sewer,

week January 19

29. Pay acc*t laborers, etc., Glenway-avenue sewer,

week January 26

Feb.

5. Pay acc't laborers, etc., Glenway-avenue sewer,
week February 2

12. Pay acc't laborers, etc., Glenway-avenue sewer,
week February 9

May

20. Pay acc't laborers, etc., Garfield-avenue sewer,

week May 18

27. Pay acc't laborers, etc., Garfield-avenue sewer,

week May 25

June.

3. Pay acc't laborers, etc., Garfield-avenue sewer,
week June i

10. Pay acc't laborers, etc., Garfield-avenue sewer,
week June 8

17. Pay acc't laborers, etc., Garfield-avenue sewer,

week June 15

24. Pay acc't laborers, etc., Garfield-avenue sewer,

week June 22

July

1. Pay acc't laborers, etc., Garfield-avenue sewer,

* week June 29

June

25. Pay acc't laborers, etc.. Central-avenue sewer,

week June 22

July

2. Pay acc't laborers, etc.. Central-avenue sewer,

week June 29

Jan.

31. Cincinnati Freie Presse Co '. . . .Dec. advertising

Commercial Tribune Co •*

J. Delanev, estimate acc't Bennett-run sewer

Feb.

18. Louis Kuhn, invalid assessment, etc., Mary F.

Hopple et al

Geo. B. Harte, County Clerk, costs Case No.
5o»983, Superior Court

21. Cincinnati Times-Star Co.. .January advertising
Commercial Tribune Co. ... **

P. M. MilHkin, City Auditor, release of assess
ment David-street sewer, Voskotter and Stu
benrauch ,



Trunk-sewer Fund carried forward.



5,180 00



240 25


251


25


233


75


139


«4


88


00


83


20


116


00


120


85


158


20


139


60



66 40



95 84



83 45

675

6 00

1,278 00



325 52

II 72
57 25
20 00



141 95



$8,743 12



M.153 83



$14,153 83



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1006



Report of the Clerk



Feb.

25.

Mar.



Trunk-sewer Fund brought forward.



Thomas P. Strack, estimate acc't Beekman, Tre-
mont, etc. , sewers



II.



21.



April



11.

18.
25.



May
10.



16.



29.



June
18.



July
IS-

Aug.
I.



3.



George B. Harte, County Clerk, costs Case No
119,861, C. P. C, acc*t Bloody -run sewer

right of way

Guy W. Mallon, assignee, acc't Bloody-run sewer

right of way

Atlas National Bank (for Wilson & Strack), in
valid assessment on Garfield avenue and Bold-
face road

Commercial Tribune Co.. .February advertising
Cincinnati Freie Presse Co. "

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co.. *•

Cincinnati Times-Star Co.. "

Taegliche Abend Presse. . . "

1

Atlas National Bank (for Wilson & Strack), in-
valid assessment Garfield-avenue sewer

J. Delaney, balance acc*t Bennett-run sewer

•* extra work acc*t Bennett-run sewer..

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co . . . .March advertising

Commercial Tribune Co **

Cincinnati Times-Star Co "



Thos. P. Strack, acc't Beekman, Tremont, and

Waverly avenue

Thos. P. Strack, extra acc*t Beekman, Tremont,

and Waverly avenue

Thos. P. Struck, acc't Beekman, Tremont, and

Waverly avenue

Taegliche Abend Presse April advertising

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co "

Cincinnati Freie Presse Co.. . . "

Commercial Tribune Co **

Cincinnati Times-Star Co **

KPL Co., tools for Garfield-av. sewer repairs.

Paul M. Millikin, City Auditor, error Forest-
avenue sewer assessment (Molitor Loan and

Building Ass'n)

Cincinnati Freie Presse Co May advertising

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co , **

Cincinnati Times-Star Co **

Commercial Tribune Co "

Paul M. Millikin, City Auditor, error assess-
ment Forest avenue (A. Moessinger)



Cincinnati Times-Star Co.. . . . .June advertising

Commercial Tribune Co..... . .. **

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co •*

Cincinnati Freie Presse Co **

Thos. P. Strack, first estimate Bloody-run sewer
east of Woodburn avenue



8,743 12
2,673 29

'5 33
250 00



3,838 04
20 00
8 00
17 50
31 00
36 00



127 77

3,6863

14 40

8 00

12 75

20 00



888 02
156 95

1,608 02
16 50
21 75
6 00
8 50
37 63
10 83



28 13
46 50
16 00
16 00
46 50

36 28

20 75
36 12

21 75
36 12

6,265 31



14,153 83



Truuk-sewer Fund carried forward $28,925 17 $14,153 ^3



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Board of Public Service



1007



Aug.
22.



23.

Sept.
5.

6.
18.
26.



Oct.
3.



4.
24-



Nov.

8.
26.
27.



Dec.
13.



19.



20.



Trunk-sewer Fund brought forward

Commercial Tribune Co July advertising

Cincinnati Times-Star Co **

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co "

Cincinnati Freie Presse Co **

Jones & James, attorneys (for Wilson & Strack),
invalid assessments, etc., Carll-street sewer,
Case No. 5,272, I. C

J. Delaney, city's portion Boone - street sewer

(Ordinance 1618)

Thos. P. Strack, second estimate acc't Bloody-
run sewer

McCarthy Bros., city's portion Josephine-street

sewer

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co. . . .August advertising
Cincinnati Freie Press Co. . . **

Cincinnati Times-Star Co.. . . "

Commercial Tribune Co "

Paul M. Millikin, City Auditor, invalid assess-
ment, etc., Tremont-Rtreet sewer (First Ger

man Evangelical Church)

Thos. P. Strack, third estimate Bloody-run sewer

Cincinnati Times-Star Co Sept. advertising

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co **

Commercial Tribune Co "

Cincinnati Freie Presse Co **

Thos. P. Strack, 4th estimate Bloody-run sew^er.
Evan Evans, first estimate Laurel-alley sewer. . .

Commercial Tribune Co Oct. advertising

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co "

Cincinnati Freie Presse Co. . . . **

Cincinnati Times-Star Co **

Thos. P. Strack, fifth estimate Bloody-run sewer
Paul M. Millikin, City Auditor, error assess-
ment Spring-Grove-avenue sewer (B. & O.

S.-W. Ry. Co.)

Paul M. Millikin, City Auditor, release of assess-
ment Spring-Grove-avenue sewer

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co Nov. advertising

Cincinnati Times-Star Co "

Evan Evans, second estimate Laurel-alley sewer



Total Trunk-sewer Fund.
Appropriation $245,000.



28,925 17

55 00
35 25
33 75
55 00



295 38



909 56


6,073 31


49 13
48 00
8 25
7488
33 75


118 00

5,185 13
3988
23 25
55 37
3837


8,145 00

331 30

24 50

9 00

16 50

15 50



5,362 50



98 96



364


62


21


00


22


50


317 03



14,153 83



56,784 84



$70,938 67



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1008



Report of the Clerk



MARKET FUND.

RECEIPTS.



Jan.



City Treasurer, balance.
Bench and stall rents. . .



Dec.
3>-



SALARIES.



Pay acc't department, eleven months.
Appropriation $13,760.



REPAIRS, HOSE, AND MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES.
Jan.
16. L. Schreiber & Sons Co., steel shutter repairs,

Sixth-street Market-house

Steve Robertson, lock repairs. Pearl -street

Market-house

24. Wanner Brothers, plumbing repairs, Findlay

Market-house

Home Steam Laundry Toilet Supply Co., toilet

supplies. Sixth-street Market-house

31. Edward ]. Tuite & Co., plumbing repairs, Sixth
street Market-house



Mar.

1. Wanner Bros., plumbing repairs. Sixth-street

Market-house

April

II. Wanner Bros., plumbing repairs, Findlay

Market-house

25, Home Steam Laundry Toilet Supply Co., toilet

supplies. Sixth-street Market-house

May

2. E. Tvethaug, 200 ft. sash - cord. Sixth - street

Market-house

Wm. H. Stewart's Sons, one sash, etc., Sixth-st.

Market-house

23. Cin*ti Traction Co., 200 car-tickets

July

I. Queen-City Supply Co., hose-coupling, etc

Aug.

6. Pay acc*t painters, week ending Aug. 3, 1901. . .
8. Home Steam Laundry Toilet Supply Co., toilet

supplies. Sixth-street Market-house

Standard Oil Co., oil, can, etc

R. A. Becker & Co., 20 gal. asphaltum

14. Pay acc't painters, wdek ending August 10, 1901
22. ** " " " 17. 1901

29. John Kolbe Co., paints

Richmond Bros., turps

** paint

Sept.

26. Com'l-Gazette Job Ptg. Co., 500 postal-cards. . .
Cin'ti Chamber of Commerce, acc*t of purchasing

agent dues



Market Fund carried forward.



670 67
12,689 52



97 62
50

12 30
I so
560

7 00

7 00
I 50



90

9 77
10 00

580
35 00



I


50


1


45


12


00


44


10


«4 70


5


20


I


17


12


81


5


00


8


33



$300 75



$13,360 »9



12,613 25



$12,613 25



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Board of Public Service



1009



Oct.
lO.

17.



Nov.
21.



27.

Deo.
12.



Market Fund brought forward.



A.H. Cox, Purchasing Agent, 500 postage stamps
H. Boesche, acc't purchasing agent, Enquirer,

Julj I to Oct. I

Home Steam Laundry and Toilet Supply Co.,

toilet supplies, Sixth-street Market-house . .

P. DeRoo, four doz. steamboat brooms

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

acc't purchasing agent, Oct., Nov., Dec. . . .

Wanner Bros., removing urinals, etc., Sixth-st.

Market-house

Wanner Bros., plumbing repairs, Court-street

Market-house

Cin'ti Traction Co., 200 car tickets

}. G. Murdock & Co., gas-fitting. Sixth street

Market-house



KPL Co., two pair hinges.



etc.



13-
21.



Wanner Bros., plumbing repairs. Court-street
Market-house

D. Woltjen, carpenter-work. Sixth-street Market
house

Com*l-Gazette Job Ptg. Co., 500 postal cards...

Moores Lime Co., 15 steel shutters. Sixth-street
Market-house

Alfred H. Cox, cash paid for postage

Appropriation $1,300.
Total Market Fund



CONTINGENT FUND.

ORD. 687— MARKET DEPARTMENT SALARIES.

July

22. City Treasurer, appropriation

Pay acc't department, month of July



WHARFAGE FUND.

SPRINKLING.



City Treasurer, appropriation

M. Bauer, sprinkling Public Landing, from May
I to Oct. 31



BOARD OF PUBLIC SERVICE.

SALARIES.



City Treasurer, appropriation

Salaries members Board of Public Service.
•* clerks "



300 75


10 00


3 45


I 50
12 00



15 00



2 60



10 85


10 00


7 50


2 60


2 86


565


II 00


500


295 00


3 22



$1,146 66



$450 00



20,000 00
",390 94

$31,390 94



12,613 25



698 98



$13,312 23



$1,146 66



$450 00



$31,480 00



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1010



Report of the Clerk



INCIDENTALS.



Citj Treasurer, appropriation .



Jan.
I.

2.



12.



31.

Feb.

14.



H. Boescbe, brought forward from 1900

" (acc't purchasing agent), Enquirer
October i to January i, 1901

Citj and Suburban Telegraph Ass'n (acc't pur-
chasing agent), telephone-rental, Jan., Feb.,
March

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

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock - rental,
Jan., Feb., March

L. Bartsch, Volksblatt, July to December 31 ... .

Mrs. Anna Damm, laundering to Dec. 31

A. H. Cox, 500 postage stamps

Geo. F. Holmes, clerk, 1,000 postage stamps. . . .

Oscar Zeuch, repairing chair



Woodrow Stationery and Prtg. Co., books, etc. .
James Griffith & Sons, doors of paper-case. . . .
Webb Stationery and Prtg. Co., six calendar pads

Buck Pneumatic Stamp Co., rubber stamps

KPL Co., hardware

G. G. Wright & Son, rubber stamps, etc

Williams Directory Co., one business directory.
Barker & Freisens, one wall-clock



Robert J. H. Archiable, Chamber of Commerce
certificate, etc

Aug. Langfermann, Commercial Tribune Jan
to March 31



21.

28.

Mar.

18.

28.

April

4. Webb Stationery and Printing Co., one diary.. .
City and Suburban Telegraph Ass*n, telephone

rental, April, May, June

H. Boesche, Enquirer, January i to April i

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock - rental,

April, May, June

6. Geo. F. Holmes, clerk, cash paid for postage.
25. Commercial - Gazette Job Printing Co., 1,000

printed postals

Wm. H. Pfister, repairing ruling-pens ...
Webb Stationery and Printing Co., 1,000 postal

cards (acc*t purchasing agent)

Geo. F. Holmes, clerk, cash paid for sundries. . .
W. H. Anderson & Co., one set Bates Statutes.



May

9.

16.
23-



Commercial - Gazette Job Printing Co., 1,000
bond proposals

F. K. Wood, one copyholder

G. G. Wright & Son, pads, stamps, etc

A. C. Straehley (acc't purchasing agent), cash

paid for postage



B. of P. S. Incidentals carried forward



4 05

3 45

15 00
42 00

6 00

1 30
366

10 00

20 00

75

18 50

4 75
3 00

2 90

3 66

1 15

2 00
12 00



40 00

264

I 25

30 00
405

6 00
20 00

12 50
I 50

10 00

5 9S
12 00



7 50:
10 00



1,20000



$322 86 $1,200 00

1 ^



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Board of Public Service



1011



May

29.

June
6.

12.

17.

July

II.



B. of P. S. Incidentals brought forward.



Mrs. Anna Damm, laundering towels, Jan. 14
to May 26



25.

Aug.

8.

12.
15.



29.

Sept.
12.
26.
Cot.
3-



Commercial - Gazette Job Printing Co., 1,000

financial statements

Wm. J. Gibson, filter repairs, Maj 27

" etc., March.....

Geo. F. Holmes, clerk, cash paid for postage, etc.

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock-rental, July,
Aug., Sept

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

Williams Directory Co., one directory

John Shillito Co., one dozen brooms
^udwig Bartsch, Volksblatt, Jan. i to June 30.

A. Boesche, Enquirer, Jan. i to July i

James Griffith & Sons, oak-panel office-gate. . .
Aug. Hangfermann, Commercial Tribune, April

I to July I

Webb Stationery and Printing Co., one record

and one journal

The Fair Co., sponges, soap, mops, etc



Standard Electric Co., two desk-fans

Eagle Lithographing Co., 5,000 letter-heads . . . .

Chas. Bencsik, cleaning three offices, etc

Thomas Ward, scouring carpets three offices. . . .

W. J. Gibson, repairing filter

Weatherhead & Co., hair-brushes, etc

Handy Window-shade Adjusting Co., two win

dow-shades and frames

G. G. Wright & Son, rubber stamps, etc



24.

26.

Nov.

7.



27.



Geo. F. Holmes, clerk, cash paid for postage. . .
Randolph Richards, repairing and painting safe,

H. Boesche, Enquirer, July i to October i.. . . .

Western Union Telegraph Co., clock - rental,
Oct., Nov., Dec

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

John Shillito Co., muslin, soap, and sweeper . . .

Aug. Langfermann, Commercial Tribune, July i
to October i

John Shillito Co., repairing silk office-curtains. .

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., repairing type-
• writer

Geo. F. Holmes, clerk, cash paid for postage . . .

Webb Stationery and Printing Co., 2,000 letter-
heads, etc

G. He;i»haw Sons, repairing desks

City and Suburban Building Ass'n and Loan Co.,
one office-safe

L. Brunner, Times-Star, April 18 to Nov. i

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B. of P. S. Incidentals brought forward. . . .

Geo. F. Holmes, clerk, cash paid for sundries.. .
G. G. Wright & Son,*rubber stamps and pads. .

KPL Co., hardware, etc

W. C. Peale & Bro., glass and oil

Thos. J. Nichol & Co., connecting radiator with

boiler

Aug. Langfermann, Commercial Tribune, Oct. i

to Jan. I

Robert Clarke Co., i copy C. & H. Ordinances.

Geo. F. Eaton & Co., one case matches

KPL Co., ladder, bucket, and dusters

Mrs. Anna Damm, laundering towels, June 15 to

December 23

John Shillito Co., session-room carpet



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CITY'S PORTION STREET IMPROVEMENT
FUND.



City Treasurer, appropriation

City Treasurer, certification, 1900, account East

Pearl street

Dec.

31. Pay acc't inspectors

Jan.

9. Trinidad Asphalt Paving Co., extra work Bruce-
avenue improvement

II. Evans & Springmeier, extra work Carrie-street
improvement

April

3. L. F. Klanke, extra work Burnet-av. improvem't
Sept.

26. Robert Allison, President B. P. S., city's portion
McKeon alley



Certified to 1902, acc't East Pearl-street improve-
ment $79.29.



CONTINGENT FUND.

ORD. 716— SALARIES INSPECTORS OF STREET
IMPROVEMENTS.

Sept.
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Deo.

28. Pay acc't inspectors '



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3. Victor Abraham (attorney W. C. Fiedeldey),



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