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STATEMENT OF CITY FINANCES
MADE BY CITY CLERK NICKERSON
Following is the Statement Submitted to the
Lewiston City Council by the Clerk at
the Last Regular Meeting:
FINANCIAL STATEMENT, ,I( NK
ASSETS.
:t«». I «or..
$ 14.bS5.3S
107,905.49
2.346.90
4.245.00
6.300.00
632.45
C&sb on hand..............
Wkte' fiant and Equipment
Department..........
Street Department........
library Department.......
Furn tine and -Fixture;:. ....
Rea: Estate and Buildings...................... _ 125,454 00
Uncoil. vied Tax»?« 1890 Roll............$ 22.59
Uncoil* » ted Taxes 1891 Roll............ 27.81
Uncollected Taxes 1892 Roll............ 44.4s
Uncollected Taxes 1893 Roll............ 5 40
Uncollfcted Taxes 1884 Roll............ 138.46
Uncollected Taxes 1895 Roll............ 55^93
Uncollected Taxes 1»96 Roll............ 48.34
Upcol'ected Taxes 1897 Roll............ 162^90
Uncollected Tuxes 1898 Roll............ 128.02
Uncollected Taxes 1899 Roll............ 338.65
Uncolle»teil Tuxes 1900 Roll............ 244A0
Uncollected Taxes 1901 Roll............ 238.96
Uncal'ected Taxes 1902 Roll............ 306.72
Unco'l»'» ted Taxes 1903 Roll............ 131.06
Unco'le. ted Taxes 1904 Roll............ 1.460.52
Delinquent Tax Certificates 1893 ..................
Nez 1—rce County Certificates 1903................
Unrollecte»! Special Assessinents—
Assessment Roll Series "A"............t 167.07
Assessment Roll Series "C"............ 55.00
Assessment Roll. Normal Hill........... 38.654.00
Assessment Roll E. Main B............. 3,071.24
3.353.94
274.1 1
32 8.
. $66,325.23
. 40,651.99
Assessment Roll Sprinkling 1904.
LIABILITIES
Warrants outstanding—
General..........., . .
Ppecln'..............
Ronds Outstanding—
Water 192Î .........................$80,000.00
Street 1912.......................... 9,000.00
Water 1923................ 60.000.00
Watt"' 1924 ......................... 20,000.00
Excess of Assets over Liabilities..................
42.27
1 69.
90,
000.00
»71.75
$366,949.97 $366,9 4».07
Excess of Assets over Liabilities on March 31. 1905
(Sec V. M. S. Rep.)..........................$ 9*1.502.
SOURCES OF INCOME
During the
April
Quarter Ending .Tune 3f
1 90*.
Total
Tax Roils 1.^1................
$ .2.3
$ 33.21
Tax Roll* 1 >92................
.5.94
3.59
9.63
Tax 1'i.lls 1 S93................
2.14
2.74
Tax Rolls 1894 ................
1.17
7 7.29
31.3 T
109.81
,r TSx R< i : L- 18 95................
10.45
19.45
Fax Rolls 1 896................
• 11 .oe
Tax Hoi's 1897 ................
6.1Î8
1.37
7.63
5.14
Tax Rolls 1899................
17.03
1 7.03
Tax Rolls 19 00................
1.35
.S3
2.47
4.65
Tax Ho'ls 1901................
3 7.54
3 7.54
Tax Rolls 1902................
4L\9U
113.04
2.61
IAS.58
Tax Roils 1903................
Tax K ills 1904................
189.35
320.35
509.70
Couuly Assessor..............
24.SI
24.81
260.63
('i^ Cl*rk...................
S.47
■S.4 7
Pena'ty and Int. on Taxes.....
:».97
339.41
129.90
503.28
Assessment Rolls, Series "A". . .
232.00
232.00
Assessment Rolls. Series "C"___
55.00
4 7.30
36.13
138.43
Asse;, ~.inent Rolls N. H. S.......
168.20
210.00
21.00
399.20
Assessment Rolls Sprink'ing. . . .
. 2,034.56
102.51
12.20
2.149.27
Assessment Rolls, E. Main B. . . .
10.63
10.63
Tenait.» and Int. Special Assm't.
27.3G
35.4 4
1 6.7 6
79.56
Mu neipal Revenue—
2,210.00
404.00
2.61 4.00
Licenses,. Cltv...............
. 1,7 50.65
1 2.65
56.25
1.819.55
Sewer Permits..............
28,00
1 4.0«
4.00
46.00
Street Revenue..............
4.15
1 2.25
7.15
23.35
Water Revenue..............
. 1,724.08
4.632.11
1.961.82
8.31 8.01
Fines ......................
295.00
347.50
279.00
921.50
Empounded Animals.........
32.75
30.65
48.55
111.95
Cemetery Sales..............
14.00
64.00
54.00
132.00
. 5.75
5.75
1.00
11.90
11.00
2.900.00
2.900.00
30.49
225.00
255.49
County Road Tax.............
11.77
1 7.55
.30.32
20.25
20.25
Del. 1 .x Sale Certifii'ates 1903. .
74.13
74.13
$0,556.69
$ 1 1.734.44
$3,710.56
$22.991.69
$1 1.734.44
6.556.69
$22.001.69
OPERATIONS IN FI NDS
Bal.
un Hand
Since
Since
.On rtmid
A
pr. 1. '05
Received
T )isljur.«e2
June 30, '05
Genei ,1......
......$
1.164.38 :
$ 5,671.38
$ 4.944.22
* 1.891.54
Street....
712.01
1,919.33
574.21
2,282.13
Water...............
1,618.72
8.31 S.Ol
8.254.47
1.682.26
Fire.....
896.12
219.83
525.68
590.27
Light................
1.625.80
512.90
1.050.40
1,088.30
Pars» and Boulevard....
169.24
73.30
119.45
123.p9
Cemet try . . .
50$.51
132.00
213.54
4 26.17
521.40
387.6*2
393.42
515.**
Empouniled Animals. . . .
110.57
111.95
57.10
165.42
11» 76
457.97
!» 7 b.7 3
Bond Redemption......
567.42
256.42
8 23.94
Sinking.........
1.593.64
73.29
1,W$.$3
Sfcwer No. 1...........
261.87
46.00
307.97
41». 85
53.4?
263.41
Streei Series "B".......
118.48
119.48
STjki: Series "C".......
223.00
577.9»
80.49
770.49
E.^ïtur. "B"...........
101.45
16.32
117.77
Normal Hill Sewer.....
240 45
426.92
544.83
222.25
•Street Sprinkling.......
2.153.99
1.901.06
352.93
»10.651.63
»21,771.09
*18,562.34
*14.985.38
DETAIL 09' DISBURSEMENTS.
Fund Warrants received
General..... .....................$ 4.411.52
Street.............
Water......
Fire.........
'debt.....
Park and Boulevard..
Cem-tery..........
Library........
Bttpounded Animals.
Claim.............
'Bond Redemption...
Sinkt.-.g........
>36.Oi
8.254.47
525.65
1.056.40
3W143
57.10
Interest
$532.70
48.16
Total
$ 4.944.22
' 674.21
8,264.47
526.68
1 . 916.409
at*
S«rie» "A" Street.............
Sortes "B" Str*#»
............. 53.47
53.47
-c
Sorte* -'B" tu «Tain
............ 30.49
30.49
"•mai Hin Ae wer............
Street Sprinkling ............
........ «M.00
............ 1,7*6.71
44.83
95.35
544.83
»17.141.27
*721.07
31».5(2.94
OPERATIONS I\ WARRANTS BY FUNDS.
During the Quarter Ending June 30, 1905.
Outstanding
Since
Fund
Apr. 1. '05
Issued
General.............
......$ 28,120.94
$ 5.817.92
Street..............
2,191.03
Water.............
...... 250.45
2.191.03
inght..............
Park and Boulevard. .
...... 25.00
1,050.40
1 19.45
5 9°
210.12
393.12
•57.10
Library............
Empounded Animals..
Claiii..............
Bond Redemption....
...... 10,000 00
Street Series "C".....................•.......
Since
Rede» med
$ 4,411.52
526.05
526.06
525.65
1.050.40
119.45
213.54
393.42
•67.10
Outstanding
June 36, '05
$ 29 527.84
26.528.51
26.528.61
26.56
25.00
2.56
10 . 000.00
E. Main B.........
Normal Hill Sewer..
Street Sprinkling...,
2,880,14
37,613.39
2.345.85
500.00
1,705.71
2,820.14
37,113.3»
646.17
3106,208.01
•Not Considered.
Outstanding Warrants, General.........
Outstanding Warrants, Special.........
318.579.99 317.753.68 3107.034.32
.......................3 66.382.33
....................... 40 , 662 . 6 »
TMal..................................................3107,684.32
DEPARTMENT AI < EX PEN DITV RES.
During the Quarter Ending June 30. 19655
Maintenance and Better- Mlsoel
Departrment Operation * -
Water................................$ 3,393.36
Fire................................... 539.50
Street.................................. 1,963.15
Library................................ 304.27
t*Ark................................... 119.45
Cemetery.............................. 210.12
l"l«ht.................................. 1.050.40
Police................................. 1,305.30
ments lanaous
$ 670.49 3........
186.65 .........
Engneer.
Clerk...............
Treasurer...........
Attorney............
Mayor and Council. . . .
General.............
Health..............
Sprinkling..........
Election............
Furniture and Fixture;
Real Estate.........
transfers...........
Inttu'cst.............
491.66
554.76
143.45
471.45
522.00
1.060.49
233.80
171.30
2787.40
26V.95
400.00
865.06
4.235.06
$12,612.90
$1,517.09 $ 4.450.50
1.517.03
12,613.90
Total Warrants Issued During Quarter....................$18,579.99
Acquiring a Reputation.
It is only a few years since Woon
socket missed the familiar face of 'Air
Church, for a long time deputy sheriff
and chief of police, a man who was
straightforward and blunt In his deal
ings. ;
One day a grocer went to "Alf" for 1
information about a certain "Joe" 1
White who had applied for credit and 1
a hook at his store, and the following '
dialogue ensued.
"Good morning. Mr. Church."
"Mornin'."
"Do you know Joe White""
"Yes."
"What kind of a feller Is he?"
"Putty fair." 1
Is lie honest?"
"Honest? I should say so. Been ar
rested twice for stealing and acquit-[
ted hoth times."
Engage in Business at Grangeville. 1
A. Sempert was in the city Satin - !
day from Orangeville and left Sunday
night for Spokane where he will pur- !
chase fixtures for opening a wholesale
and retail liquor house in Grangeville. |
Mr. Sempert will discontinue business |
at Harpster and will move the stock of j
goods to Grangeville. He established
a ll<|Uor store some months ago at
Harpster and has done a good business. !
but will make his headquarters at
Grangeville for the reason that it is a 1
more advantageous point from which !
K+ 4 -H
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The Horseshoe Lunch Counter
For First Class Meals
Open Day and Night
Second and Main Street» - Phone 2511
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You Dont Have to Worry
About getting rooms at Portland, while at
tending the Exposition, if you engage them
in advance at
The
Homestead ■
which is in charge of Lewiston people.
Newly furnished modern honse. First class
grill in connection—open day and night.
A beautiful homo-like place, surrounded by
an abundance of flowers and shade trees.
From Union Depot take car marked "M",
get off at corner of 13th and Morrison streets.
Remember the name
The DcKom Homestead
171 - 13111 SL -- hrflUd. OregOii
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to do a wholesale and retail business.
Mr. Sempert states that his son Alfred,
who has been suffering for the past
six weeks with appendicitis, is much
improved and is now apparently on the
road to recovery.
The experience of Mr. Rockefeller as
the richest man In the world is no!
calculated to build lip Imitators. Mr.
Rockefeller Is more logical than pretty.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, L cas
County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J,
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo. County and Stale
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and -very case of
Catarrh that can not be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
KRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, this 6th day rf Decerns
ber, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON.
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern
ally, and acts directly on the blooJ and
mucous surfaces of the system. Rend
for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY * Oo . Toledo. O.
Sold by all Druggists -750.
Take Hall's Fan ily Pills for constl
oatiun
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Lewis &
THE WEST SIDE INN 1
is a newly opened private
rooming; house» modem and
well located and déficits the
patronage of
LEWISTON i CLARK5TON
in general. Best » refer
ences in Lcwistep Write
for Engagements ahead
50c 75c and $1.00 a Day
MRS. CARRIE STEVENS
208 14th St • - Portttrfd. Oregon
D6W 6 664MM66 66 IM IIII I I HIIII II
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J. H. BETHEL'S
-FOR
: i Railroad Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silver- :
wear, Clocks and Art Goods.
Full Line of
• Haviland China.
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N. P. R. R.
Watch Inspector !
l'hone 2004, Lewiston, Idaho ] '
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Going for a Drive? If yoti are get a Rig at the
Boss Livery Feed & Sale Stable j j
Good Rigs, and Careful Drivers. We Buy
and Sell H> rses.
24 C Street, Lewiston, Idaho - Phone 956 « !
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United States Smelting Co
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
Lead and Copper Ores
THE UNITED STATES SMELTING COMPANY 1» now In the mar
ket for all kind* of lead and copper ores at PRICES FAVORABLE
TO SHIPPTRS. ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO
Salt Lake City, Utah
CONSIGN ALL SHIPMENTS AS FOLLOWS: United States Smelt
ing Co.. BINGHAM JUNCTION. UTAH. When shipment la mad*
please NOTIFY US PROMPTLY and If PUBLIC SAMPLER Is pre
ferred, DESIGNATE WHICH ONE also designate ONE A8SATER.
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W. f. KETTENBACH. President J. ALEXANDER, Vice Presides
GEORGE H RESTER Csshier
The Lewiston National Bank
LEWISTON, IDAHO
Corner •( Main and f mirth Sts
C. C Bunnell,
DIRECTORS
J. Alexander, J. B. Metrie, W. f. Kettenbach
Ocergc It. Koster, Grice Pfafflin Kettcnbech',
R. C Beech
TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
ExcheeRe seid en s I the principal cities el the Unt4ed Mates end Enrepe \
todU o t OIOd HU o H l O O O O WlU o woii ll tU i Mél O M O
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Lewiston Furniture and Under*
taking Company
J. C. Harding Dessk E. Harding
Funeral Directors stfid
EmbaMers
Day Phone 821 Might Phone 823
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