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TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



CITY OF CONCORD, 



FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING 



FEBRUARY 1, 1865, 



TOGETHER WITH OTHER ANNUAL REPORTS AND PAPERS 
RELATING TO THE AFFAIRS OF THE CITY. 




CONCORD, N. H.: 

FOGG, HADLEY & COMPANY, PRINTERS. 
18 6 5. 



THE 



TWELFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



CITY OF CONCOKD, 



FOR THE FISCAL YEAH ENDING 



FEBRUARY 1, 1865 



TOGETHER WITH OTHER ANNUAL REPORTS AND PAPERS 
RELATING TO THE AFFAIRS OF THE CITY. 




CONCORD, N. H.: 

FOGG, HADLEY & COMPANY, PRINTERS. 
18 6 5. 



hi 



REPORT 



COMMITTEE OF FINANCE. 



The Joint Standing Committee on Finance, in conformity with 
an Ordinance prescribing their duties, " establishing a system of 
accountability in the expenditures of the city," submit to the City 
Council their Annual Report of the receipts and expenditures of 
the financial year ending February 1, 1865. 

We have examined the Treasurer's books, and those of the 
City Clerk, and find that all payments therein recorded are duly 
authenticated by appropriate vouchers, and that the several items 
are correctly cast. 



BENJAMIN F. GALE, 
NICHOLAS QUDIBY, 
THOS. W. STEWART, 
JOHN BALLARD, 



RECEIPTS 



Committee 

on 
Finance. 



The Treasurer'3 books show the receipts of the year to have 
been from the following sources : 

Cash on hand Feb. 1, 1864, as by Report of the Com- 
mittee on Fiuance, $2.144 58 
Cash of John Kimball, taxes 1861, 109 02 
" 1862, 200 00 
interest, 83 49 
William H. Buntin, taxes, 1863, 10.500 00 
interest, 1863, 200 00 



Cash of William H. Buntin, taxes, 1864, 

" interest, 1864, 

Bonds sold, 

Interest on Bonds sold, 

Premium on Bonds sold, 

Borrowed of sundry persons on note, 

State of New-Hampshire for aid furnished 
soldiers families, 

Government bounty, 

State of N. H., aid to volunteers, 
" Railroad tax, 

" Literary fund, 

County of Merrimack, support of paupers, 

Town of Pembroke, 

John Parker, for support of pauper, 

Town of Weare, support M. Lull, 
" Grafton, support of pauper, 

" Holderness, support of pauper, 

" New Boston, support of pauper, 
" Chichester, 

Support of paupers, 

Mechanicks Bank, (dividend,) 

John Kimball, (Firemen's money uncalled for,) 

Josiah Cooper, (interest,) 

Lots sold, Blossom Hill Cemetery, 

S. Dana, Police Justice, 

Stephen C. Badger, Police Justice, 

Circus licenses, 

Van Amburg's Caravan license, 

Thomas Baney, (rent refunded,) 

B. F. Gale, balance of bounty money, 

A. Gates, for bounty money, 
L. A. Hall, for bounty money, 
J. H. George, for bounty money, 
Union School District, 
J. A. Holmes, 

B. Biddle, for manure, 
O. Stearns, for gravel, 
J. S. Hanson, for hay, 

B. C. & M. Railroad, (insurance,) 
Wm. H. Clark, for stone, 
F. Adams, for stone, 
F. Nutting, for stone, 

C. Nutting, for stone, 
Gust Walker, use of City Hall, 
Use of city team, 



71.350 71 


100 00 


140.000 00 


968 96 


500 00 


195.625 00 


d 

17.523 00 


9.616 00 


576 07 


1.216 06 


743 68 


3.744 49 


272 68 


6 00 


30 75 


6 40 


1 50 


39 50 


15 00 


60 00 


56 00 


r,) 47 72 


60 00 


792 26 


580 33 


4 02 


80 00 


15 00 


18 00 


350 00 


125 00 


135 00 


225 00 


25 00 


43 65 


12 00 


11 04 


7 00 


50 00 


2 25 


. 6 00 


25 00 


92 19 


3 50 


4 00 


$458,403 79 



EXPENDITURES. 

The Treasurer's books show the expenditures for the year to 
have been as follows : 



•aid State Tax, 


$18,740 00 


County Tax, 


7.850 71 


Incidentals and land damage, 


22.327 44 


Eoads and Bridges, 


1.930 59 


City Paupers, 


2.682 69 


County Paupers, 


3.488 02 


Police and Watch, 


2.230 04 


Salaries and Committee services, 


5.916 55 


Printing and Stationery, 


544 90 


Fire Department, 


3.633 81 


City Bounties, 


114.274 00 


Gas Precinct, 


1.134 05 


Superintendent of Highways, 


6.758 42 


School House Taxes, 


7.125 23 


Schools, 


11.155 95 


Public Library, 


300 00 


Professional Services, 


420 19 


Parsonage Fund, 


174 33 


Families of Volunteers, 


21.092 00 


Principal and interest of City debt, 


198.720 80 


Rebuilding State House, 


18.503 86 


Sewers and Drairjs, 


2.235 90 


Sewall's Falls Bridge, 


1.096 03 




$452,335 51 


Cash in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 186-5 


i, 6.068 28 




$458,403 79 



Note. The amount of the Receipts and Expenditures reach a higher figure 
than they otherwise would, by reason of the Treasurer having frequently 
borrowed money to pay borrowed money, which has been a common prac- 
tice in all previous years. 



EXPENDITURES 



CITY OF CONCORD, 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING FEB. 1, 1865. 



State Tax. 

Paid State Treasurer, $18,740 00 

County Tax, 

Paid County Treasurer, $7,850 71 



Scliool Orders. 

By city appropriation, 1864, 
Literary Fund, 
High School tax, Union District, 
District No. 3, 


$8,800 00 

743 68 

4.000 00 

100 00 

• flu i fi^ii fi^ 


Paid Andrew S. Smith, 
John J. Kimball, 
C. C. Bean, 
James H. Rowell, 
T. W. Abbott, 
Charles Smith, 


$10 34 

45 00 

250 00 

160 00 

55 00 

50 00 



Paid George "W. Drew, 
J. S. Hoit, 
J. C Bartlett, 
E. D. Smart, 
David L. Sanders, 
Samuel M. Locke, 
Joseph T. Clough, 
P. B. Cogswell, 
Geo. B. Dimond, 
Albert G. Dow, 
T. S. Gale, 
Eben F. Elliott, 
Charles C. Bean, 
John Ballard, 
James H. Rowell, 
Reuben K. Abbott. 
A. C Carter, 
J. G. Holmes, 
P. B. Cogswell, 
Jeremiah Abbott, 
J. C Bartlett, 
Charles C. Bean. 
P. B. Cogswell, 
R. Hall, 

Joseph T. Clough, 
J. T. Hoit, 
E. D. Smart, 
T. W: Abbott, 
J. H. Rowell, 
D. S. Sanders, 
J. H. Rowell, 
John Ballard, 
P. B. Cogswell, 



36 00 


56 00 


40 00 


20 00 


75 00 


90 00 


80 00 


3.400 00 


30 00 


36 00 


40 00 


91 30 


125 00 


30 00 


100 00 


50 00 


26 00 


74 26 


2.600 00 


66 00 


58 60 


251 18 


526 97 


38 89 


116 61 


88 93 


32 63 


73 85 


65 15 


111 19 


100 00 


56 05 


2.000 00 


$11,155 95 



School Mouse Taxes. 



Paid Samuel Merriam, 
Jeremiah S. Noyes, 
David Abbott, 



$175 00 






6.350 00 






600 23 








$7,125 


23 



8 



Parsonage Fund, 

Paid Moses Humphrey, Universalist Society, 
H. B. Foster, First Baptist Society, 
James Morgan, Pleasant Street Baptist Society, 
J. E. Lang, North Congregational Church, 
J. A. Holmes, 



Caleb Parker, South Congregational Church, 
Baptist Society, at Fisherville, 



$16 03 


34 72 


8 34 


41 52 


11 91 


3 76 


2 75 


1 45 


34 68 


19 17 



$174 33 



On Account of City JPaupers. 

By appropriation, April, 1864, 

Cash of the County of Merrimack, 
for support of paupers, 

Paid Remick & Cochran, 
Frank H. Locke, 

A. Gr. Saltmarsh, 
John Putney, 
James G. Andrews, 
Mrs. B. F. Welch, 
Mrs. Louis Dodge, 
J. R. Hayward, 
George Main, Agent, 
George Brackett, 

B. F. Dunklee, 
Jeremiah Kimball, 
J. B. Merrill, 
Frank PL Locke, 
J. R. Hayward, 
W. H. Smart, 
A. G. Saltmarsh, 
Calvin Roberts, 
Hardy & Hoit, 
Robert Underbill, 
J. B. Hook, 
Mrs. Martha J. Wilson, 
John Putney, 
House of Reformation, 

Nun:. The line cannot be distinctly drawn separating the County from the City 
Paupers, because the question as to whether they are a city or county charge, cannot 
from tin nature of the case be decided when the bill is paid and goes upon the Trea- 
Hun jr's book, on which our Report is baped. 



$2,500 00 


3.744 49 


159 15 


4fi AC\0 dA 


$2 00 


26 25 


37 50 


14 92 


10 00 


2 50 


12 75 


14 00 


6 00 


2 00 


2 50 


2 00 


3 00 


3 75 


22 00 


72 00 


28 00 


17 50 


35 00 


43 31 


3 62 


7 00 


2 00 


104 57 



Paid Gardner K. Knowles, 19 50 

New Hampshire Asylum, 94 06 

B. F. Gale, 
Frank H. Locke, 

A. G. Saltmarsh, 

B. F. Dunklee, 2 50 
John Lear, 4 75 

2 00 
6 00 



45 95 

3 50 

37 50 



E. B. Knowlton, 
George Main, Agent. 
J. B Hay ward, 23 00 

W. H. D evens, 12 00 

George F. Whittridge, 85 82 

Joseph Brown, 11 00 

J. B. Hook, 3 25 

B. F. Dunklee, 2 50 

15 00 
10 40 



A. G. Saltmarsh. 
Mrs. Walker, 

H. M. Bay, 2 00 

George Main, Agent, 3 00 

Hardy & Hoit, 2 00 

J. B. Hayward, 23 00 

Noyes & Bean, 10 00 

Town of Loudon, 40 80 

John Carter, 19 50 

J. B. Hayward, 14 00 

A. G. Saltmarsh, 7 58 

J. Frank Hoit, 4 00 

J. B. Hook, 3 75 

Town of Sanbornton, 7 00 

Mrs. Louis Dodge, 11 25 
D. S. Webster 



3 50 

J. B. Hayward, 21 00 

Enoch (}. Kilburn, . 86 00 

A. G Saltmarsh, 8 08 

George Main, Agent. 6 00 

Frank H. Locke, 3 75 

Benj. F. Dunklee, 5 00 

Town of Laconia, 164 55 

Wm. H Smart, 36 CO 

A. G. Saltmarsh, 12 12 

C. C. Webster, 23 00 

New Hampshire Asylum. 112 42 

John Putney, 11 00 

5 00 



J. A. We; 

George Main, Agent, 3 00 

J. B. Hayward, 28 00 

A. G. Saltmarsh, 20 20 



10 



Paid J. B. Marston, and others. 


16 00 


John Lear, 


4 50 


City Farm, 


21 55 


House of Reformation. 


115 86 


J. R. Hay-ward, 


17 50 


J. Frank Hoit, 


18 00 


Benj. F. Dunklee, 


9 00 


New Hampshire Asylum. 


121 48 


Gardner K. Knowles, 


19 50 


Hezekiah Kimball, 


140 00 


Town of Laconia, 


10 72 


Mrs. Louis Dodge, 


15 00 


John Lear, 


6 50 


Mrs. Edward Arlin. 


19 00 


A. G. Saltmarsh. 


24 24 


Joseph Brown, 


16 00 


J. B. Hook, 


11 00 


John Batchelder, 


4 00 


Mrs. George Brackett. 


15 00 


George F. Whittridge. 


43 49 


J. R. Hayward, 


14 00 


J. M. Blake, 


10 00 


J. V. Barron, 


14 00 


Remick & Cochran, 


3 00 


Town of Canterbury. 


60 64 


John Carter, 


19 50 


S. M. Emery, 


3 00 


J. A. Holmes, 


7 25 


J. R. Hayward, 


8 00 


J. V. Barron, 


2 00 


Mrs. B. F. Welch. 


2 50 


A. G. Saltmarsh, 


40 40 


Dr. Wm. H. Smart. 


39 00 


J. B. Marston, 


16 00 


John Batchelder, 


44 '34 


George Main, 


12 00 


T. W. Emery, 


4 00 


Jeremiah Kimball, 


2 00 


T. E. Clough, of Danbury. 


26 00 


A. G. Saltmarsh, 


42 90 


J. Fowler, 


8 25 


W. H. Allen, 


15 59 


J. S. Noyes, 


7 00 


F. C. Smith, 


6 00 


J. Frank Hoit, 


24 50 


Putnam & Bean. 


1 00 



1 1 



Paid J. B. Marston, 
B. F. Gale, 
John Lear, 
Town of Laconia, 



Amount of city paupers account. 



On Account of County Paupers. 

Paid Franklin H. Locke, $15 00 

A. G. Saltmarsh, 41 25 

James Gr. Andrews, 10 00 

David D. Silver, 6 00 

Patrick Bresnehan, 9 00 

Jefferson Noyes, 3 75 

J. R. Hayward, 12 00 

Ira Palmer, 20 00 

Michael Lee, 6 00 

I). S. Palmer, 6 00 

H. C. Sanborn, 8 00 

John Lee, 8 00 

H. M. Moore, 9 00 

A. G. Saltmarsh, 30 00 

Frank H. Locke, 26 25 

William H. Smart, 85 00 

Bradbury Gill, • 12 00 

Daniel P. Tasher, 5 00 

T. J. Carpenter, 15 00 

J. R. Hayward, 10 00 

Daniel D. Silver, 3 00 

John Putney, 5 00 

J. B. Hook, 19 50 

C. C. Bean, 1 93 
Hardy & Hoit, 96 00 
N. H. Asylum, 183 57 
Ira Palmer, 12 00 
Ira Palmer, 5 92 
Frank H. Locke, 3 50 
A. G. Saltmarsh, 45 00 
J. R. Hayward, 1 3 00 
J. B. Hook, 14 75 
David D. Silver, 3 00 

D. S. Palmer, 3 00 
Jefferson Noyes. 3 75 
Henry Boers, 7 50 



4 00 
30 30 

4 78 
13 00 






$2,679 69 



12 

Paid Jefferson Noyes, 3 75 

J. G. Andrews, 13 00 

Charles E. Savory,. 9 70 

B. F. Gale, 28 IS 

Thomas Sawyer, 9 75 

Putnam & Bean, 7 43 

H. W. Ranlet & Co., 3 75 

John Putney, 5 00 

Joseph Brown, 9 00 

H. C. Sanborn, 20 50 

A. G. Saltmarsh. 15 00 

J. B. Hook, 11 25 

D. S. Palmer, 3 00 

Mrs. Shanks, 3 00 

■ W. A. Whidden. 21 11 

H. M. Bay, 10 00 

Noyes & Bean, 3 00 

J. R. Hayward, 12 00 

Mrs. S. E. Foster, 21 00 

H. M. Moore, 6 00 

Hardy & Hoit, 6 00 

Mrs. J. B. Merrill, 10 50 

H. W. Ranlet & Co,- 3 75 

A. G. Saltmarsh, 7 58 
J. B. Hook, 11 25 
David D. Silver, 6 00 
Christopher Hart r 9 70 
Ellen Halpin, * 1 50 
Mrs. Peter Neury, 2 00 
David Davis, 12 00 

B. F. Dunklee, 9 00 
Remick & Cochran, 133 00 
J. R. Hayward, 16 00 
J. F. Hoit, 8 00 
B. Gill, 15 00 
J. R. Hayward, 14 00 
Michael Lee, 8 00 
D. G. Perley, - 1 00 
H. C. Sanborn, 22 50 
Daniel D. Silver, 3 00 
Thomas J. Sawyer.. 9 75 
A. G. Saltmarsh, 15 91 

D. S. Palmer, 6 00 
John Lee, 8 00 
Henry H. Roers, 7 50 
Patrick Bresnehai?. 12 00 

E. G. Kilburn, 40 93 



13 

Paid H. M. Moore, -6 00 

Jefferson Noyes, 11 25 

J. P. Hubbard, 3 00 

W. H. Smart, 138 50 

James H. Osgood. 30 20 

Mrs. M. Sbanks, 1 33 

C. C. Webster, 50 00 
A. S. Green, 12 00 
H. C. Sanborn, 10 00 
Peter Neury, 6 00 
Geo. & E. Hutehins. 38 50 
N. H. Asylum, 264 61 
A. G. Saltmarsh, 8 08 
J. R. Hayward, 9 00 

A. G. Sakmarsh, 12 12 
J. B. Merrill, 1 1 25 

D. S. Palmer, 6 00 
J. J. Burke, 2 25 
John Lee, 13 00 
Daniel D. Silver, 3 00 
Ann Delany, 17 50 
Ellen Halpin, 2 20 

B. Gill, 21 00 
N. H. Asylum, 188 50 
Michael Lee, 6 00 
J. F. Hoit, 28 00 
H. 0. Sanborn, 22 50 
J. R. Hayward, 5 00 
H. M. Moore, 9 00 
T. J. Sawyer, 9 75 
Remick & Cochran. 58 0@ 
F. N. Fisk, 43 70 
Allison & Eastman, 2 50 
James G. Andrews. 22 00 
Charles Moody, 3 75 
D. S. Palmer, g qq 
Ellen Halpin, 3 00 
Charles E. Savory, 22 45 
George Bartlett, 1 00 
Moses C. Lull, . 2 12 
Jefferson Noyes, 11 25 
Joseph Brown, • 45 5$ 
J. B, Hook, 23 75 
Daniel D. Silver, 9 00 
Maria Haynes, 2 OG' 
Mrs. Eliza Hall, J4 00 
J. R. Hayward, 4 Ofi 



u 



PaidD. S. Silver, 
H. H. Boers, 
A. Gr. Saltmarsh, 
John Lee, 
Mrs. Peter Neury, 
Mrs. Miehael Lee, 
G-. & E. Hutchins, 
Joseph Brown, 
J. R. Hayward, 
John Putney, 
Mrs. J. B. Merrill, 
D. D. Silver, 
John Putney, 
D. S. Palmer, 
Chas. Moody, 
Mrs. David P/wyer, 
A. Gr. Saltmarsh, 
A. Gr. Saltmarsh, 
W. H. Smart, 
Bullock & Harris, 
Bemick & Cochraa, 
William Fagan, 

C. C. Webster, 
John A. West, 
J. P. Sanders, 
S. M. Emery, 
J. M. Boyce, 
Jane Dolan, 
Putnam & Bean, 
Horace Abbott, 
W. H. Allen, 

D. Putnam, 
J. L. Tallant, 
H. C. Sanborn, 
W. H. Allen, 
Pratt & Cochran, 
J. F. Hoit, 

J. A. Holmes, 
J. A. Holmes, 
T. J. Sawyer, 
B. F. Gale, 

Amount paid for County Paupers, 
Amount paid for City Paupers, 

Total, 
Balance carried to new account, 



3 00 




10 00 




54 56 




24 00 




10 00 




8 00 




22 00 




8 00 




4 00 




8 00 




11 25 




3 00 




7 00 




6 00 




4 50 




4 50 




62 10 




34 32 




57 75 




222 15 




119 50 




10 00 




27 00 




40 01 




2 00 




2 25 




14 00 




13 50 




14 00 




54 89 




3 11 




11 00 




4 00 




22 50 




13 16 




2 60 




5 00 




2 00 




23 25 




9 75 




48 00 






$3,488.02 




2.679.69 









$6,167.71 




235.93 



15 

Salaries and Committee Services. 

By appropriation, April 1864, 63.300 00 

Paid Philip Flanders, jr., 5 00 

Nath'l J. Mead, 5 00 

George P. Meserve, 35 70 

Harvey Chase, 30 60 

Sylvester Stevens, 20 40 

John B. Curtis, 28 00 

George W. Flanders, 30 00 

John V. Aldrich, 28 00 

Jefferson Noyes, 20 90 

Daniel A. Hill, 23 10 

Abraham G. Jones, 23 10 

Charles T. Lane, 23 10 

Charles P. Virgin, 23 10 

Thomas W. Stewart, 14 30 

€harles W. Hazeltine, 24 00 

James Weeks, 22 80 

Reuben B. Locke, 5 00 

Jackson Crosby, 5 00 

John H. Ballard, 5 00 

Daniel F. Secomb, 5 00 

» Joseph W. Hildreth, 5 00 

Amos Blanchard, 5 00 

John G. Warren, 5 00 

Asa R. Chamberlin, 5 00 

Samuel M. Locke, -5 00 

Edmund S. Curtis, 5 00 

George Pati-idge, 5 00 

George B. Dimond, 5 00 

George W. Emerton, 5 00 

Joseph C. Tilton, 5 00 

Horace F. Paul, 5 00 

Cyrus F. Carswell, 5 00 

L. L. Mower, 5 00 

George L. Reed, 5 00 

Jacob E. Hutchins, 5 00 

Isaac N. Abbott, 5 00 

George E. Sanborn, 5 00 

Lyman K. Hall, 5 00 

Henry Frank Brown, 5 00 

Samuel Runnels, -5 00 

Hazen E. Abbott, 5 00 

Edward Dow, 5 00 

John A. Holmes, 34 26 

Thomas D. Potter, 40 70 



16 



Paid Henry Martin, 


39 20 


Ezra Ballard, 


39 20 


Nicholas Quimby, 


33 20 


Abraham J. Prescott. 


?A 90 


William Walker, 


19 20 


Benjamin F. Gale, 


200 00 


Wm. A. Hodgdon, 


125 00 


Wm. H. Buntin, 


500 00 


Epbraim 0. Jameson, 


60 00 


Ephraim S. Gilman, 


350 00 


Benj. F. Gale, 


300 00 


Amos Hadley, 


50 00 


Jonathan L. Pickering, 


200 00 


Cyrus T. Moore, 


44 00 


William A. Hodgdon, 


125 00 


E. 0. Jameson, 


30 00 


Board of Education for year 1863. 


225 00 


E. S. Gilman, 


100 00 


W. A. Hodgdon, 


125 00 


Shadrach Seavey, 


42 d0 


P. S. Smith, 


54 19 


Eph. 0. Jameson, 


30 00 


Enos Blake, 


42 00 


Wm. A. Hodgdon, 


125 00 


E. 0. Jameson, 


30 00 


Natban Chandler, 


20 00 


Wm. H. Buntin, 


500 00 


Jacob N. Flanders, 


14 00 


J. S. Noyes, 


30 00 


S. Dana, Esq., 


250 00 


John Y. Mugridge, 


100 00 


B. F. Gale. 


200 00 


Benj. F. Gale, 


300 00 


John B. Curtis, 


22 60 


Charles W. Hazeltine. 


21 20 


John V. Aldrich, 


3 60 


Ezra Ballard, 


70 20 


Nicholas Quimby, 


49 00 


Thomas D. Potter, 


24 70 


Henry Martin, 


17 70 


John A. Holmes, 


33 30 


Charles P. Virgin, 


4 60 


Jefferson Noyes, 


21 80 


Charles T. Lane, 


6 60 


Abraham J. Prescott. 


13 30 


William Walker, 


16 90 


Abraham G. Jones, 


10 00 



IT 



By James Weeks, 


7 70 




George P. Meserve, 


4 00 




Sylvester Stevens, 


8 40 




George W. Flanders, 


3 00 




Samuel Merriam, 


96 58 




Curtis White, 


104 78 




Timothy W. Emery, 


70 00 




Nicholas Quimby, 


96 70 




A. G. Jones, 


10 00 




Benj. F. Gale, 


4 00 




Benj. F. Gale, 


300 00 


$6,033 22 


Overdrawn. 




2,733 22 



Five Department. 



>alance of old appropriation, 




$751 55 


Appropriation April, 1864, 




3.000 00 


s 


$3,751 55 


W. H. Buntin, 


$1,006 99 




H. W. Ranlett & Co., 


36 81 




H. M. Ray & Co., 


4 88 




J. B. Hook, 


10 22 




H. W. Ranlet & Co., 


3 25 




Engine Company No. 2, 


77 00 




E. E. Lull, 


12 50 




A. H. Wiggin, 


14 00 




S. G. Sylvester, * 


37 86 




James Davis, 


224 50 




Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., 


437 71 




Daniel Clifford, 


14 14 




William H. Clark, 


12 70 




Concord Gas Light Company. 


8 05 




Nathl. White, 


6 00 




Curtis White, 


1 10 




Gatley & Ferrin, 


49 82 




W. H. Buntin, 


1,291 63 




Wm. Badger, 


110 90 




John Cornell, 


32 34 




Warde & Humphrey, 


17 01 




Smith & Bean, 


2 75 




J, S. Hanson, 
2 


2 00 





18 



Union School District, 


21 49 


Concord Gas Light Company. 


24 50 


E. A. G. Roulstone, 


17 00 


Darling & Varney, 


36 80 


Batchelder Brothers, 


30 00 


Concord, M. & L. R. R. Co., 


4 00 


H. W. Ranlet & Co., 


49 99 


Amoskeag Manufacturing Co.., 


35 87 




$3,633 81 



Balance of appropriation carried to new account, 



117 74 



Roads and Bridges, 



By appropriation April, 1865, 
balance of old appropriation 



Samuel Clifford* 
John Corliss, 
Stevens & Duncklee 7 
Robert B. Hoit, 

C. E. Thompson, 

E. Jackman, 
George W. West r 
J. G. Holmes, 

D. D. Clark, 
John G. Kimball, 
George W.. West, 
J. P. Boyce, 

C. & J. E. Gage, 
Ebenezer Eastman, 
Hutchins & Stevens, 
Wm. K. Holt, 
Simeon Farnuin, 

F. Abbott Fisk, 
Charles Hall, 
Wm. H. Smart, 
A. Saltmarsh, 
Hiram Farnum. 
Levi Call, 

John A. Holmes? 
Daniel D. Clark, 
Charles II. Merrill, 
R. G. Cutting, 



$2,000 CO 


1.802 06 


$3,802 06 


4 59 


2 16 


5 62 


5 70 


5 00 


14 95 


18 02 


49 55 


98 55 


1 60 


6 00 


140 48 


21 37 


15 00 


200 00 


30 0O 


12 00 


19 50 


28 00 


26 25 


46 10 


70 00 


5 70 


75 00 


50 00 


17 54 


17 58 



19 



George W. West, 
E. Jackman, 
J. A. Merriam, 
John Abbott, 
D. D. Clark, 
Thomas D. Potter, 
Charles Graham, 
David Abbott, 
Union School District, 
Moses M. Davis, 
Wm. K. Smart, 
Albert Saltmarsh, 
Benj. F. Gale, 
C. C. Bean, 
H. G. Kayes, 
Putnam & Bean, 
Horatio G. Belknap, 
David Putnam, 



26 82 


73 33 


35 02 


45 19 


21 55 


17 50 


117 67 


17 50 


67 50 


6 00 


7 00 


7 99 


167 79 


100 00 


14 62 


11 37 


145 10 


2 38 


$1,930 59 



Balance of old appropriation carried to new account, $1,871 47 



Printing and Stationery. 



Appropriation 1864, 

Paid Fogg, Hadley & Co., 
Frederick S. Crawford, 
Fogg & Hadley, 
Cogswell & Sturtevant, 
Morrill & Silsby, 



Balance carried to new account, 



237 50 
11 00 
52 00 

146 00 
98 40 



$600 00 



$544 90 

$55 10 



Superintendent of Highways. 



By balance of old appropriation, 
- Appropriation April, 1864, 



Paid Benjamin E. Gale, 

Balance carried to new account, 



$232 11 
7.000 00 

7.232 11 
6.758 42 

473 69 



20 

Professional Services* 

By balance of old appropriation, $71 44 

Paid Minot & Mugridge, $247 19 

IraPerley, 13 00 

M. TV. Tappan, 143 00 

$420 19 



Public Library. 

By appropriation April, 1864, •■ $300 00 

Paid Frederick S. Crawford, 300 00 



Incidentals and Land Damage. 



By appropriation April, 1864, 


$6,000 00 


Special appropriation, 


16.832 54 


PaidD. A. Hill, 


$27 26 


John Cheney, 


16 65 


Wm. A. Hodgdon, 


5 25 


Wm, A. Hodgdon, 


2 25 


Concord Brigade Band, 


30 00 


James E. Band, 


6 25 


Stephen C. Badger, 


19 99 


T. W. Abbott, 


2 33 


John Cheney, 


37 88 


Timothy Haynes, 


65 00 


Geo. & Eph. Hutchins, 


15 00 


Sup. S. Committee, 


3 20 


Concord Brigade Band, 


30 00 


Geo. & Eph. Hutchins, 


25 00 


R. C. Osgood, 


43 75 


W. H. Allen, 


78 


. Band & Savory, 


5(0 


Thos. D. Potter, 


257 43 


John Cheney, 


27 06 


Concord Brigade Band, 


60 00 


R. C Osgood, 


31 25 


D. L. Guernsey, 


3 15 


D. A. Hill, 


*5 45 


B. F. dale, 


132 96 



21 



John A. Colburn, 


6 00 


Concord Brigade Band, 


60 00 


J. E. Rand, 


17 00 


H. W. Ranlet & Co., 


15 44 


Thomas Fellows, 


9 00 


Geo. W. Brown, 


87 66 


Wm. A. Hodgdon, 


21 65 


John Cheney, 


9 33 


P. S. Smith, 


5 18 


John Cheney, 


4 25 


James E. Band, 


5 00 


R. C. Osgood, 


62 53 


Hill & Ordway, 


75 00 


B. W. Sanborn, 


8.000 00 


Bradbury Gill, 


2.000 00 


James Peverly, 


5.900 00 


A. J. Seavey, 


5 00 


W. A. Hodgdon, 


9 96 


E. Blodgett, 


7 34 


John Cheney, 


3 50 


Concord Gas Light Company, 


49 35 


James E. Rand, 


3 50 


W. H. Buntin, 


3 00 


D. G. Perley, 


10 00 


N. Quimby, 


80 00 


N. White 


25 00 


Concord Brigade Band, 


30 00 


J. L. Pickering, 


79 80 


W. H. H. Hosmer, 


100 00 


Estate of Andrew A. Dow, 


54 11 


Gatley & Ferren, 


1 70 


Jas. E. Rand, 


10 00 


G. P. Lyon, 


6 55 


J. E. Rand, 


12 00 


John Cheney, 


13 00 


S. C Eastman, 


42 95 


C. C. Webster, 


1 25 


Gilman J. Cutting, 


6 00 


Timothy W. Emery, 


98 13 


H. Rolfe & J. A. Holmes. 


5,0 00 


Wm. Butterfield, 


7 00 


R. C. Osgood, 


75 00 


Charles Morse, 


1 GO 


Wm. Pecker, 


25 0) 


Rufus Virgin, 


10 00 


Levi Call, 


15 10 


Allison & Eastman, 


1 87 



22 



S. M. Chesley, 


3 50 


K. C. Osgood, 


30 00 


S. M. Chesley, 


2 06 


John Cheney, 


18 16 


Bullock & Harris, 


15 45 


E. Button, 


2 75 


T. J. Carpenter, 


1 88 


George Y. Whittredge, 


22 00 


Wm. B. Hurd, 


5 80 


Mrs. Ruth Yuran, 


8 50 


A. B. Tallant, 


30 00 


A. J. Preseott, 


8 00 


Jonathan Eastman, 


1 00 


L. T. Flint, 


5 00 


Rufus W. Virgin, 


3 00 


John Cheney, 


20 21 


James Sanborn, 


2 06 


Chas. W. Sargent, 


3 40 


Chas. E. Savory, 


10 70 


Nath'l White, 


3.308 80 


Charles H. Norton, 


26 00 


S. G. Sylvester, 


100 00 


W. A. Hodgdon, 


59 04 


D. D. Clark, 


12 98 


Concord Gas Light Co., 


36 40 


Fogg & Hadley, 


1 90 


G. & E. Hutchins, 


10 00 


Albert Saltmarsh, 


3 00 


A. C. Pierce, 


8 24 


Wm. H. Buntin, 


71 26 


John Cheney, 


11 39 


David Abbott, 


5 90 


Moore & Cilley, 


4 31 


J. B. Merrill, 


100 00 


B. F. Gale, 


18 75 


Joseph Brown, 


26 25 


Thomas D. Potter, 


211 64 


Remick & Cochran, 


1 50 


T. J. Carpenter, 


4 00 


J. A. West, 


1 13 


J. E. Edgerly, 


7 00 


J. A. Holmes, 


17 47 


Ordway & Hill, 


100 00 


J. A. Holmes, 


2 50 


S. M. True, 


16 00 




$22,327 44 



23 
Police and Watch. 

By appropriation April, 1864, 

Paid F. A. Emerson, ^1 85 

W.B.Durgin 30 00 

H. W. Banlet & Co., " 20 

Charles E. Savory, * 6 f 

William T. Locke, 43 40 

James E. Rand, 43 40 

E. B. Manning, * ** 

Stevens & Dunklee, \ S8 

Heman Sanborn, 6 ^u 

Joshua B. Merrill, 2 00 

H. W. Banlet & Co., « ™ 



James E. Band, 



$2,000 00 



40 60 



Charles E. Savory, 40 60 

W. T. Locke, 40 60 

James E. Band, 43 40 

Charles E. Savory, 4d 4t 

William T. Loeke, f 40 

A. Thompson, 12 d * 

George S. Perkins, « 00 

James E. Band, 42 0& 

Charles E. Savory, 42 00 

William T. Locke, f »J 

H. W. Banlet & Co., " 50 

James E. Band, 43 40 

Charles E. Savory, A f f 

William T. Locke, 43 40 

James E. Band, 2 00 

Concord Gas Light Co., 30 8. 
James E. Band 



42 00 

Chirks E. Savory, 42 0® 

William T. Locke, 42 00 

George Turner, 4 4U 

Peter C. Virgin, \ f 

James E. Band, , 43 40 

Charles E. Savory, 43 40 

W. T. Locke, . 43 40 

James E. Band, 48 90 

Charles E. Savory, 48 90 

William T. Locke, 48 9U 

James E. Band, 48 60 

Charles E. Savory, f 00 

William T. Locke, 48 60 

Timothy W. Emery, 2 ^4 54 

James E. Band, *° 22 



M 



Charles E. Savory, 
William T. Locke, 
Reuben Button, 
Jonathan Kimball, 
James E. Rand, 
J. L. Pickering, 
Gust Walker, 
Concord Gas Light Co. 
John Connell, 
William T. Locke, 
Charles E. Savory, 
T. W. Emery, 
J. B. Watson, 
James E. Band, 
Charles E. Savory, 
W. T. Locke, 
Frank A. Emerson, 
I. N. Vesper, 
D. B. Merrill, 
David Putnam, 
Albert Thompson, 
J. B. Merrill, 



Overdrawn, $236 04 

Aid to Families of Volunteers. 

Paid Benjamin F. Gale, $17,150 00 

Samuel Merriam, 2.982 00 

John A. Holmes, 960 00 

$21,092 00 



57 62 


50 22 


2 00 


2 00 


48 60 


26 40 


28 56 


42 00 


18 00 


48 60 


48 60 


14 20 


3 00 


50 22 


50 22 


50 22 


29 75 


2 00 


1 50 


6 70 


8 00 


3 00 


$2,236 04 



Gas Precinct. 



By appropriation, April, 1864, 




$1,200 00 


Paid John Cheney, 


$116 67 




Amos Blanchard, 


91 25 




B. F. Gale, 


3 50 




Concord Gas Light Company, 


406 00 




Josiah Cooper, 


16 67 




Concord Gas Light Co., 


487 08 




T. J. Carpenter, 


12 88 


$1,134 05 







Balance carried to new account, $65 95 



2.3 



Sewers and Drains. 



By appropriation, April, 1864, 

Paid John A. Holmes, 
B. F. Gale, 

Balance carried to new account, 



Si. 848 98 
386 92 



$4,000 00 



$2,235 90 
$1,764 10 



Bounties to Volunteers, 



By special appropriation, 

Paid B. F. Gale, 

Nicholas Quimby, 
Daniel Holden, 
J. B. Merrill, 
James Weeks, 
93 men $300 each, 
75 men 150 each, 

7 men 500 each, 

8 men 200 each, 
4 men 100 each, 
1 man, 



$: 


113.550 00 


$2 200 00 




57.450 00 




3.650 00 




2.400 00 




2.750 00 




27.900 00 




11.250 00 




3.500 00 




1.600 00 




4C0 00 




450 00 




$113,550 00 



Principal and Interest of City Debt. 



Paid notes to sundry individuals, 
Interest, 
Bonds, 
Coupons, 



$182,583 00 
5.957 80 
2.000 00 
8.180 00 

$198,720 80 



Property of the City. 

City Hall Lot and one-half of the building, $40,000 00 

City Farm, 8.000 00 

Personal Property at City Farm as per appraisal, 4.640 00 

Gravel Lot on Washington Street, 2.000 00 

Gravel Lot on Warren Street, 350 00 

Blossom Hill Cemetery, 4 864 00 

Keceiving Tomb, 350 00 

Legacy of Abial Walker, for schools, 1.000 00 

Furniture in City Hall, 1.100 00 



100 00 


320 00 


1.275 00 


3.000 00 


1.150 00 


10.250 00 


$78,399 00 



26 

Furniture in Clerk's office, 

Furniture in Marshal's office, 

Lot of land on Warren street with Lobby thereon, 

Steam Fire Engine, 

Hose Carriage and Hose, 

Hand Ecgmas, Engine House and Stable Apparatus, 

Total, 
Indebtedness of the City Feb. 1, 1865. 

FUNDED DEBT. 

Bonds sold and outstanding, $225.t)00 00 

FLOATING DEBT. 

Notes payable to sundry persons, $121,750 00 

Interest, 2.225 00 

$348,975 00 

OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS AND CLAIMS. 

Amount of salaries, - $800 00 

School money, 2.389 00 

Outstanding orders and accounts, 8.124 00 



$11,313 00 



Total indebtedness, $360,288 00 

Available Assets of the City. 

Balance due from "W. H. Buntin, taxes of 

1863, 295.14 

Balance due' from Wm. H. Buntin, for taxes 

of 1864, 17.500 00 

Four shares in Mechanicks' Bank, 400 00 

Due from the County of Merrimack, Feb. 

1, 1865, for support of county paupers, 3.850 00 

Due from the State for aid furnished fami- 
lies of volunteers. 16.625 00 

Bounties paid to volunteers, and to be re- 
funded by the United States, 29.698 00 

Cash in the Treasury, Feb. 1, 1865 ; 6.068 28 

One hundred revolvers and ammunition, 1.460 00 

Due from State, part of Railroad Tax, 8.565 08 

Amount of available assets, $84,461 50 

Indebtedness of the city after deducting 

available assets, $275,826 50 



Fifth Annual Report of the Old Cemetery Committee, 



To the City Council of the City of Concord : 

The Cemetery Committee most respectfully submit this, their 
Fifth Annual Report. 

The Receipts and Expenditures of the Cemetery Committee 
from December 23, 1863, to January 26, 1865, have been as fol- 
lows, viz : from and on account of Old Cemetery : 

RECEIPTS. 

Dec. 23, 1863. Cash in Superintendent's hands $6 45 

Sept. 30, 1864. " received by Superintendent from 

City Treasurer 87 41 

Jan. 26, 1865. Cash received from W. Odlin for lot sold. . 9 00 

$102 86 

E XP E NDI T TTRE S. 

June 1, 1864. Paid Zachariah C. Arlin for six days labor, $9 00 

June 18, 1864. Paid C. W. Paige, bill for services and 

cash, 6 25 

July 1, 1864. Paid N. White, water bill 18 00 

July 18, 1864. Paid Thomas Carley for 22 2-3 days labor, 34 00 
" " Wm. Knowlton, for 19 1-3 days 
labor 29 00 

Jan. 26, 1865. By cash in hands of Superintendent 6 61 

$102 86 

Cash on hand, one $500 U. S. five-twenty six per cent. 

bond, &c $500 00 

One $100 five-twenty TJ. S. six per cent, bond 100 00 

$600 00 

There still remains many lots in the Cemetery unoccu- 
pied, unpaid for, also a number of lots unsold. 

BLOSSOM HILL CEMETERY RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. 

Dec. 26, 1863. Balance on hand 241 63 

Received for grass 60 00 

Received from City Treasurer 600 00 

$901 63 



28 

EX PE ND IT TJRE S . 

To services as per bills rendered $682 26 

Whole amount received for the sale of lots up to Decem- 
ber 23, 1863 $2,822 39 

Amount received from Dec, 23, 1863, to Jan. 26, 1865,.. 1,584 53 

$4,406 92 

Of this amount there remains unexpended in the City- 
Treasury subject to the Committees' draft 433 90 

Amount paid towards the original purchase of the ceme- 
tery land for the several years, 1862 $145 44 

1863 515 75 

1864 792 26 

$1,453 45 

Your Committee are well aware that there are other improve- 
ments which are necessary to be made to the grounds, all of 
which it is very desirable should be properly and judiciously car- 
ried out. And they would most respectfully request any of our 
citizens who feel an interest in beautifying the grounds, to make 
such suggestions as they may deem proper. And as it will be 
necessary to have funds to successfully prosecute the work, your 
Committee hope that the citizens will generously support the en- 
terprise by purchasing lots, and promptly paying for the same. 

ENOS BLAKE, 

C. W. PAIGE, J. Committee. 

EDWARD DOW, 



WELFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



COMMITTEE ON THE CITY FARM. 



To Eis Honor the Mayor and the City Council of the City of 
Concord : 

The undersigned, Joint Standing Committee on the City Farm, 
having attended to the property of the Farm, respectfully submit 
the following Twelfth Annual Report : 

Appraised value of Farm and Buildings in 1864, 
Appraised value of Personal Property in 1864, 

Total, . 

Appraised value of Farm and Buildings in 1865, 
Appraised value of Personal Property in 1865, 

Total, 

Number of Panpers at the Farm Feb. 1, 1865, 

Whole number for the year, 

Average number for the year, 

Number lodged one night or more, 

Died, 

Boarding criminals, number of days, 

Number criminals sentenced to House of Correction, 

Your Committee were much pleased with the appearance at the 
Farm, both in doors and out. The inmates are most of them 
quite old or very young, but both old and young looked neat and 
comfortable and appeared to enjoy themselves under the care of 
their mild but stern Matron, and we feet confident that the Farm 
has never been more judiciously managed than it has the past year 
by the Superintendent and Matron, Mr. and Mrs. Gilman. 

The inventory is somewhat larger than it was last year, which ig 
accounted for from the fact that hay and all kinds of grain and 
stock are much higher than in former years. 



$8,000 00 
3.176 65 


$11,176 65 

$8,000 00 
4.630 80 


$12,640 80 

25 

48 

19 1-2 

84 

2 
62 

5 



HENRY MARTIN, 

JOHN V. ALDRICH, J. Committee. 

JOHN P. LOCKE, 



CH, \ 

:, J 



GO 



$8,000 00 

500 00 

440 00 

25 00 

32 00 

100 00 

,$34 ton, 833 00 

25 00 

60 00 

40 00 

16 25 

13 00 
8 50 

14 00 
200 00 

50 



Inventory of Property at the City Farm, Feb. 1, 1865. 

Farm and buildings, 
4 oxen, 

11 cows, 
1 bull, 
4 sheep, 

4 shoats, 

24 tons English hay, 
1 1-4 tons straw, 
3 tons brook hay, 
80 lbs. butter, 
65 lbs. lard, 
65 lbs. cheese, 
35 lbs. candles, 
110 lbs. tallow, 

5 barrels pork, 
3 1-2 barrels beef, 

200 pounds ham and fresh meat, 40 00 
50 lbs. salt fish, 2 75 

9 gallons molasses, 9 00 

1-2 barrel of vinegar, 3 00 

3 1-4 barrels cider, 15 00 
1-2 barrel pickles, "3 00 
8 barrels soap, 40 00 

1 barrel flour, 13 50 
210 bushels corn, 441 00 
70 bushels oats, 70 00 

12 bushels beans, 36 00 
11 bushels barley, 22 00 

2 bushels peas, 5 00 

6 bushels onions, 12 00 
5 barrels apples, 20 00 
400 bushels potatoes, 300 00 
15 bushels vegetables, 9 30 
200 lbs. squash, 2 00 
2 wood saws, 2 50 
5 axes, 4 00 
5 shovels, 1 spade, 4 50 

7 hoes, 2 50 

4 manure forks, 3 00 
1 manure claw, 50 
1 winnowing mill, 24 00 

1 sled, 15 00 

2 bush scythes and snaths, 3 00 



1 scalding tub, 10 00 

1 bush hook, 75 

1 horse rake and drag rake, 5 00 

2 whiffletrees, 1 00 
1 grindstone, 4 00 
1 hay-cutter, 3 00 
1 sleigh and harness, 25 00 
1 waggon, 10 00 
1 blanket and circingle, 50 00 
5 ploughs, 32 00 

3 harrows, 12 00 
1 cultivator, 4 00 
5 hay-forks, 1 75 
10 hand-rakes, 1 00 

3 ox-yokes, 10 00 
8 chains, 12 00 

1 iron-bar, 75 

2 chisels, 1 50 
8 baskets, 4 00 

4 augurs, 75 
1 square and shave, 2 00 
1 gun, 2 00 
1 cross-cut saw, 4 00 
1 hand-saw, 50 

1 half-bushel, 50 

2 buffalo robes, 5 00 
2 ox-carts, 175 00 

2 pairs steelyards, 2 00 
20 fowls, 10 00 
33 cords wood, 165 00 
20 bug-boxes, 2 00 
1 waggon, 85 00 
1 string bells, 2 00 
1 steel trap, 1 00 
1 beetle and wedges, 2 00 

3 scythes and snaths, 3 00 
1 ox cultivator, 9 00 
1 witch-chain, 1 00 
3 sickles, 1 00 
Lumber on hand, 128 00 
Household furniture, 400 00 



$4,640 



Expenditures at the City Farm. 



Oil and pepper, 
1-2 lb. tobacco, 
1 milk can , 
Box ointment, 
Filing .saws, 
3 lbs. sugar, 
Lamp chimney, 
Iron bolts, 
Blacksmith work, 



75 


1-4 pound camphor gum, 


40 


50 


Pint rum, 


18 


50 


Repairing boots and shoes, 


1 17 


25 


Cloth for robe, 


1 20 


20 


1 bn<;- middlings, 


1 70 


54 


1 coffin, 


5 00 


10 


16 lbs. tea, 


16 00 


50 


Spices, 


70 


00 


1-2 lb, tobacco, 


50 



31 



1 cask lime, 


1 50 


1-4 lb. snuff, 


17 


15 lbs. sugar, 


2 50 


Spices, 


1 40 


1 pint whiskey, 


30 


8 lbs. spikes, 


88 


1-2 lb. tobacco, 


50 


Making and repairing boots, 


4 35 


Repairing boots, 


2 70 


Flour and mackerel, 


44 75 


Cotton thiead, 


13 


Crackers, 


1 34 


Seed oats, 


8 50 


Carpenter woik, 


1 00 


Dry measures, 


27 


Fine salt, 


75 


Sawing lumber, 


9 81 


Cotton thread and nails> 


82 


Store bill, 


49 47 


1 writing book, 


20 


1-2 lb. tobacco, 


50 


Wash-boiler, 


4 00 


14 gallons molasses, 


10 50 


Fair to Manchester and back, 


160 


New Hampshire Statesman for 




Threshing grain, 


9 00 


1863, 


150 


Pasturing oxen, 


12 00 


Garden seeds, 


40 


Filing saws, 


30 


Manure-fork, 


2 00 


New Hampshire Statesman for 




Plow point, 


88 


1864, 


2 00 


1 bbl. plaster, 


1 60 


5,000 shingles, 


17 50 


1 bag middlings, 


2 G4 


1 joist, 


25 


Filing saws, 


30 


Repairing clock, 


75 


School books, 


75 


Blacksmith work, 


1 50 


School books, 


52 


Rum, 


60 


2 lbs. tobacco, 


2 00 


Fresh beef, 


2 10 


Saltpetre, 


12 


Nails, 


2 50 


1 bushel potatoes, 


80 


Door handle, 


45 


Barley for seed, 


4 12 


Carpenter work, 


10 67 


Palmleaf hats, 


25 


Glass and putty, 


85 


6 bbls. poudrette, 


12 00 


Apples, 


2 50 


2 bbls. plaster, 


3 20 


1 bull, 


20 00 


2 hoes, 


1 50 


Oil, 


31 


Repairing harness, 


10 


Fresh meat, 


3 03 


Crackers, 


50 


1 lb. tobacco, 


1 00 


Fine salt, 


50 


Blacksmith work, 


7 30 


1 pad, 


30 


Sawing lumber, 


2 00 


Weighing hay, 


15 


1 cow, 


25 00 


Flour and grass seed, 


49 73 


2 shovels, 


3 50 


1 pair shoes, 


92 


Pasturing cows, 


22 00 


4 pigs, 


13 00 


2 cows, 


51 00 


Pants cloth, 


8 09 


2 pairs shoes, 


3 25 


1 week labor of Avoman, 


1 50 


Molasses, salt, nails, &c», 


18 23 


37 1-2 yards cotton cloth, 


18 75 


Filing saw, 


15 


46 lbs. fish. 


2 76 


1 syringe, 


1 75 


Work on barn, 


3 50 


Tax on wagon, 


1 00 


Haying tools, 


5 27 


Store bill, 


29 64 


Repairing boots, 


1 00 


Water gauge, 


30 


Fresh fish, 


50 


2 lbs soda, 


21 


12 days labor haying, 


24 00 


Apples and eider, 


10 25 


Blacksmith work, 


1 00 


1-2 doz. chambers, 


3 00 


1 bag middlings, 


2 28 


Oil and flannel, 


2 75 


Repairing shoes, 


74 


Boots and shoes, 


7 75 


Pasturing oxen four weeks, 


4 00 


1 bushel rye, 


2 00 


2 lbs. nails, 


20 


Strainer cloth, 


1 10 


1 lb. tobacco, 


1 00 


Butcher knife, 


80 00 


Cotton thread, 


12 00 


Grinding grain, 


63 


Work, 


25 


1 shave, 


1 00 


Work, 


2 00 


14 galls, molasses, 


14 00 


1 coffin, 


6 00 


.Spikes and iron, 


1 82 


Shoeing oxen, 


3 25 


Fine comb, 


25 



32 



2 lbs. rosin, 


60 


School books and meat barrel, 


5 38 


Repairing boots, 


1 15 


Work, butchering, 


6 00 


Grinding corn, 


55 


1 bolt, 


12 


For use of winnowing-mill, 


50 


Pair shoes, 


2 i5 


Pair oxen, 


250 00 


Cotton thread, 


1 00 


Saltpetre and oil, 


84 


Blacksmith bill, 


15 83 


Boot between cows, 


3 00 


Glass and putty, 


20 


1 lb. tobacco, 


1 00 


9 yards ticking, 


4 50 


Grinding corn, 


38 


Labor of woman, 


2 25 


1-2 lb. pepper, 


30 


1 lamp chimney, 


17 


1 1-2 lb. rosin, 


45 


Repairing plow, 


12 32 


Almanac, 


10 


Blacksmith work, 


1 80 


Hooping barrels, 


1 13 


Oil and sugar, 


4 76 


3 yards cloth, 


3 75 


Leather, 


75 


1 winnowing-mill, 


24 00 


Hoe handles, 


50 


1 basket, 


1 00 


Hoop iron, 


55 


Pair shoes, 


1 50 


F. A. Fisk, store bill, 


72 76 


9 yds. bed-ticking, 
14 yds. print, 


5 40 


Repairing shoes, 


55 


3 5C 


Making cart wheels, &c, 


59 50 


Carding and spinning wool, 
Oil, 


6 12 

55 


$1 


156 00 



Receipts at the City Farm. 



Balance of receipts. 

Milk, 

Milk, 

Wood, 

Wood, 

Wood, 

Milk, 

1 bushel potatoes, 

Wood, 

Milk, 

Wood, 

Oats, • 

Milk, 

Onions, 

1 Calf, 

Labor, 

Wood, 

Eggs, 

Milk, 

Milk, 

Calf, 

1-2 bushel potatoes, 

1 bushel potatoes, 

41 pounds buttei, 

Calf, 

Milk, 

Potatoes, 

Wood, 

Onions, 

Calf, 

Baitir g cattle. 

Milk and eggs, 

8 bush, oats, 



8 02 


Mlk, 


2 38 


Calf, 


4 40 


Straw, 


10 50 


Milk. 


1 50 


Calf skin, 


3 50 


Veal, 


2 25 


Oats and potatoes, 


60 


Potatoes, 


3 67 


Potatoes, 


5 31 


Milk and cream, 


1 50 


37 hundred hay, 


1 13 


Milk, 


3 20 


Potatoes, 


ISO 


Beans, 


6 00 


Oats, 


2 00 


Milk, 


3 50 


Potatoes, 


23 


Milk, 


1 55 


Milk, 


9 48 


Milk and potatoes, 


4 00 


Milk and potatoes, 


30 


Veal, 


60 


Potatoes, 


12 41 


Seed corn, 


4 00 


Eggs, 


31 60 


Pair oxen, 


60 


Milk, 


50 


Potatoes, 


I 60 


Impounding horses 


5 00 


Eggs, 


3 00 


Old lead, 


9 78 


Potatoes, 


6 40 


Baiting cattle, 



72 
6 00 

2 00 
1 00 
1 70 

1 80 
6 00 

3 20 

2 40 

19 41 
37 00 

1 92 

9 60 

40 

1 60 

2 56 

3 20 

3 61 

4 03 
16 70 

1 28 

1 70 

50 

1 00 

65 

225 25 

41 76 

25 

20 

37 

20 23 
1 00 
6 00 



33 



Milk, 
Milk, 
Potatoes, 
"Baiting cattle, 
Eggs, 
Potatoes, 
Straw, 
Baiting cattle, 

1 wagon, 

Miik; 

Milk, 

Butter, 

Baiting lambs, 

Baiting cattle, 

Amount of Conner s 

Potatoes, 

Potatoes, 

Baiting cattle, 

Baiting cattle, 

2 heifers, 

2 cart-spires, 

Chickens 

For pasturing cow, 

Work of oxen, 

1 pound yarn, 

Bedstead, 

Cracked corn, 

Baiting cattle, 

Labor. 

Straw, 

Milk, 

Milk, 

Lumber, 

Milk and vegetables, 

Pasturing cows, 

Milk, 

62 lbs. hide, 

15 bushels potatoes. 



note, 



29 90 


54 lbs. hide, 


5 40 


11 58 


One quarter beef, 


10 08 


75 


2 hens, 


1 00 


4 25 


Beef and potatoes, 


3 10 


50 


1 lb. yarn, 


1 75 


125 


Labor, 


2 00 


60 


Milk, 


1188 


7 00 


166 lbs. fresh pork, 


29 88 


6 00 


66 lbs. hide, 


6 60 


6 28 


2b lbs. chicken, 


4 60 


5 90 


Potatoes, 


65 


75 


Wood, 


7 00 


2 00 


Pasturing cow, 


10 00 


7 00 


Milk, 


19 26 


47 00 


1-2 lb. yarn. 


1 00 


8 65 


1-2 bushel meal, 


1 00 


4 00 


1 lb. yarn, 


2 00 


5 00 


Wood, 


27 00 


5 00 


1 bushel potatoes, 


75 


72 00 


Oats and potatoes, 


16 67 


3 00 


Milk, 


1 85 


7 25 


Eggs, 


60 


10 00 


Potatoes, 


2 92 


2 25 


Potatoes, 


4 50 


1 75 


1 bull, 


32 00 


50 


Wood, 


22 00 


1 50 


Labor, 


10 00 


9 00 


Labor on road, 


56 25 


12 00 


Drawing stone, 


22 50 


2 50 


Charles Nutting for stone, 


13 14 


Frank Nutting, 


25 00 


2 00 


Wm. H. Clark, 


2 25 


10 00 


County of Merrimack, support 


5 25 


of paupers, 


606 92 


20 00 


E. S. Gilman, work, board and 


1 25 


lumber, 


17 00 


4 96 







10 00 




$1,966 71 



LIST OF PAUPERS FOR THE YEAR ENDING FEB. 1, 1865, 



John Whitnej f , 
Jonathan Arlin, 
F. Davis, 
James Burns, 
N. B. Flanders, 
A. W. Flanders, 
Thomas Woods, 
Eliza Sargent, 
Sarah J. Sargent, 
M. J. P. Sargent, 
Sarah Basford, 
Rebecca Currier, 
Lydia Wheeler, 
Orilla Batchelder.. 
Mary J. Davis, 
Martha Sargent, 
Charlotte Lovejoy, 
Michael Huse, 
Samuel Lewey, 
Charles Welch, 
Foundling child, 
Daniel Rogers, 



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fej 




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3 


68 


52 


Ul 


23 


15 


9 


14 


12 


10 


26 


8 


52 


9 


13 


64 


52 


34 


52 


10 


52 


70 


52 


83 


3 


73 


52 


53 


52 


33 


52 


9 


11 


97 


52 


17 


52 


74 


3 


9 


18 




17 


tl 


10 



James W. Fo-wers, 
Emma V. White, 
Willey \V. White, 
Emma Sargent, 
Mehitable Chandler, 
Kate Kelley and child, 
Olivia White, 
Lucy J. Elliott, 
Frank Elliott, 
Samuel Elliott, 
Mary J, Elliott, 
Charley Elliott, 
John Gibson, 
Barnard Hoit, 
John Gault, 

Hannah Elliott and child, 
Edith Hemphill, 
Thomas Woolly, 
Maria Sargent, 
Josephine Sargent, 
Maria Blood, 



52 
12 3S 
3 38 
6 



25 



4 
9 

9 

6 20 

28 19 

9 4 

3' 4 

6 6 

2 19 

54 4 

79 13 

46 13 

38 12 

19 3 

3 

22 6 

2 6 



CHIEF ENGINEER'S REPOM 



To His Honor the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of 
Concord : 

In accordance with the Ordinance of the City I would respect- 
fully submit my Annual Report. 

The past year has been a disastrous one, more loss by fire hav- 
ing been sustained than for a number of years past. 

The following are the alarms and fires, for the year ending Jan. 
31, 1865. 

March 3, 1864. Fire at house of S. P. Lane, on Centre "street. 
Loss on house and furniture, $600. Insured, $350. 

April 22. Fire at Sanborn's Block, occupied by B. W. San- 
born & Co., bookstore; Willis & Harris, and F. Evans, dry good's 
and groceries ; Greorge, Foster, & Sanborn, Marshall & Chase, Law 
offices ; William Butterfield, N. H. Patriot office ; Equitable M. F. 
Insurance Co., and Rev. B. P. Stone, N. H. Bible Society. Loss 
$15,000. Insured, $11,000. 

April 28. Fire afc Fisherville. Caldwell & Amsden, dry house. 
Damage slight. 

July 10. Fire at dwelling house of Mr. Heath, near Silk Farm. 
Loss, & 1.000. No insurance. 

Same day. Fire at Carpenter Shop of Mead, Mason & Co., on 
North Arch street. Destroying the shop and two dwelling houses. 
Loss, $5,000. No insurance. 

Sept. 17. Fire at Steam Mill of Holts, Seavey & Dunlap. 
Loss by fire and water, $1,000. No insurance. 

25. Fire at house and barn of B. F. Dunklee, Esq., on Clin- 
ton street. Loss, $3,000. Insured $800. 

Nov. 1. Fire at Slaughter house of John A. Moore. Loss, 
$1,200. Insured, $50. 

Nov. 3. Fire at Steam Mill of Charles Austin, four buildings, 
occupied by Sanborn & Libby, Parker & Secomb, Haines & Baker, 
B. F. Dunklee & Co., Charles Austin, Joseph Palmer, L. Down- 



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ing & Son, and G. A. Cummings. Moore's Block. — C. C Davis, 
Samuel Beck, Franklin Evans, James L. Frost, D. M. Dearborn & 
Co., and Provost Marshal's office. Bullock's Building injured by 
falling wall. Elm House Stable. Garter s Building occupied by 
E. P. Prescott & Co. Loss about $50,000. Insured for about 
$40,000. 

Nov. 1.1. Saloon of Joseph Gillis, on School street. Put out 
without general alarm. Shop robbed and set on fire. Damage, 
$100. 

Nov. 18. Fire at store of F. A. Locke, on Main street. Dam- 
age to stock and buildings, $1,200. Insured, $1,000. 

Nov. 19. At buildings of N. R. Brown, on South st. Dam- 
age, $600. Insured. 

23. At State Prison. Damage, $400. No insurance. 

24. Fire at house of Thomas Butters, Green street. Damage 
to house, furniture, &c, $1,000. Insured, $640.00 

Dec. 2. Fire in woodshed of old Post office building on School 
street. Put out without general alarm. 

Dec. 4. Fire at barn owned by Franklin Low, on Chandler 
street, occupied by Mr. John Ducy and Ranlet & Co. Ducy 
lost four cows, and was himself seriously burned. Loss, $1,000. 
No insurance. 

Dec. 8. False alarm from burning of chimney in Stickney's 
Block. 

26. Fire at house of Joseph Langley, on Liberty street, occu- 
pied by G. H. Moore. Loss, $2,500. Insurance on house, $1,200. 

Jan. 2. Fire at Bowling Alley of S. P. Hoyt, near Free Bridge. 
Loss $100. No. insurance. Incendiary. 

Jan. 4. False alarm by ringing of South Church bell. 

1 1 . Fire at Athenian building, owned by John M. Hill and Cy- 
rus Hill. Damage, $3,000. Insured, $2,700. 

24. Alarm by burning chimney, on West street. 

Notwithstanding what has already been done in the supply of 
water and apparatus, still we have not kept pace with the growth 
of the city, and appropriations are still needed for the supply of 
reservoirs. No part of the main village should be without reser- 
voirs within one thousand feet of each other. It is taxing the ca- 
pacity of the Steamer (which is one of the first class engines) too 



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much to attempt to play two streams more than that distance and 
the hand engines more than five or six hundred feet, on level 
ground. The high ground west of Spring street, now nearly cov- 
ered with elegant and costly houses, is the most deficient of any 
part of the city. This fact has been forcibly brought to our mind 
by the recent fires on Liberty street, and at the beautiful residence 
of George Clough, Esq. The water for the first being forced all 
the way up hill, at least 1.000 feet, and for the latter more than 
2.000 feet. There are also other localities where reservoirs are 
very much needed. We never can be well supplied with water un- 
til means are taken to bring it from some place outside of the Cen- 
tre village. The water from Little Pond, so called, if brought 
here in pipes of the proper capacity, being elevated so high above 
the level of the streets, would possess nearly force enough for the 
extinguishment of fires almost without the use of engines. The 
increased rate of insurance from this cause alone, is a matter of 
no small consequence to our citizens. 

We are also in need of. new hose. Much of what we have on 
hand has been in use from ten to twenty years, and has become 
rotten or worn out, and is not safe ; always liable to give out when 
we most need it. 

The Steamer purchased some two years since, and now in use, 
has satisfied every one of the utility and economy of its purchase, 
and it is the opinion of the Board of Engineers, that at no dis- 
tant day, perhaps the present year, another Steamer of the 2d class, 
much smaller and lighter than the " Governor Hi 1," should be pro- 
cured. 

The members of the several Fire Companies have been very 
prompt and efficient during the past year. The only rivalship 
among them being which should be first at a fire, and most effi- 
cient when there. 

The utmost harmony prevails throughout the entire Department, 
and at no time for the last twenty yeai-s have they been more de- 
serving of the confidence of the community than at the present 
time. 

The Board of Assistant Engineers have been assiduous in their 
endeavors to make the duties of the Chief Engineer as light and 
pleasant as possible, for which they will receive my most sincere 
thanks. 



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The Fire Police, recently organized in this City is a great aux- 
iliary to the present Fire Department, the need of which has long 
been experienced. 

Respectfully submitted, 

TRUE OSGOOD, Chief Engineer. 



The following named persons compose the Fire Department for 
the ensuing year : 

True Osgood, Chief Engineer. 

Assistant Engineers — A. B. Holt, John D. Teel, Alonzo Down- 
ing, A. H. Drown, Moses Humphrey, Chandler Eastman, James 
Frye, David A. Brown. 

ENGINE COMPANIES AND THEIR OFFICERS. 



CONCORD " ENGINE CO., NO. 2. 



[Located on Chapel street, in rear of Methodist Church— Ward 4. Entitled 
to 50 men.] " 

OFFICERS AND MEMBERS. 

J. R. Miller, Foreman : E. A. Miller, A. P. Fogg, John F. 
Scott, Clerk : Oliver Hill, G. L. Miller, Wm. Tucker, Geo. Brack- 
ett, Foster Marsh, E. E. Cutting, Francis Bradbury, G. A. Wy- 
man, G. A. Morrison, M. C. Hadley, Patrick McKeon, Wm. 
Lynch, John Cheney, Jerry Sweney, Owen Rooney, John Herrin, 
Reuben Locke, James Ward, J. G. Leighton, Geo. Mattom, Ly- 
man Merrill, A. S. Jones, J. H. Ballard, Chas. Mattom. L. W. 
Glyrson, R, F. Bacon, E. H. Fogg, C. L. Gilmore, 0. E. Fogg, 
D. H. Farnum, Martin V. Plastridge, C. S. Smart, John Ordway, 
J'. N. Morgan, A. M. Hamilton, Timothy Reardon, M. L. Spaul- 
ding, G. W. Mysen, G. B. Young, Harrison Carpenter, Wm. 
Smith, G. B. Buzzell, Wm. G. Hancock, Benj. Ollette. 



MERRIMACK" ENGINE CO., NO. 3. 



[Located on Main street, near Abbotts' Carriage Manufactory — Ward 6. En- 
titled to 50 men.] 



OFFICERS AND MEMBERS. 



Nathan H. Haskell, F reman ; John J. Mills, Samuel N. Farns- 
worth, James M. Otis, William Carter, Sullivan G. Mills, Charles 



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MeMichael, Joseph Merrill, Albert Fellows, John Burgum, Wm. 
Leaver, Chandler Stevens, Charles E. Thompson, James Thomp- 
son, Thomas Upham, Frank Holt, B. F. Harvey, Alfred Rushlow, 
John Foley, Henry Lull, Geo. Lull, Geo. F. Silver, H. A. Shallis, 
Wm. Rich, Albert Abbott, Thomas Conner, G. A. F. Hammond, 
Lucian Carter, H. P. Conner, Charles H. Peacock, D. J. Foley, 
Geo. B. Whittredge, Joseph Cochran, C. F. Nichols, Sylvester 
Bennett, L. P. Fuller, Wm. Cumberlain, Wm. Foolks, Phillip H. 
Allen, M. F. Farmer, Fernando Steel, Stillman B. Hardy, Frank 
Bartlett, Charles M. Wise, John G. Dow, Jotham S. Bradeen, 
Morris Doyle, Charles H. Stevens, James M. Otis, Clerk. 



STEAMER " GOV. HILL." 



[Loeated on Warren street between State and Green streets.] 
OFFICERS AND MEMBEES. 

D. W. Long, Foreman; A. R. Manning, W. D. Ladd, Clerk; 
A. H. Wiggin, Engineer; C.T.Lane, A. C. Hadley, S. Blaney, J. 
A. Lane, E. 0. Rollins, D. L. Neal, 0. L. Manning, S. B. Had- 
ley, J. C. Osgood. 



"CATARACT" ENGINE CO., NO. 6. 

[Locaten tear Holden's Mills, West Concord— Ward 3. Entitled to 35 men.] 
OFFICERS AND MEMBKRS. 

Attgtjsttjs Williams, Foreman; Moses T. Clough, Clerk; Geo. 
Partridge, John N. Speed, Benj. F. Dow, Daniel Marden, S. W. 
Kiliom, Lyman Sawyer, John Harrington, Sumner Clifford, Mi- 
chael Jenkings, G. W. Brockway, J. D. Taylor, Philemon Hum- 
phrey, A. L. Marden, Moses Morse, Michael Huben, Orlando C. 
Brown, Cleophus Prince, Nathan H. Dunbar, William Williams, 
James G. Huzzey, Peter Eagen, Tyler Annis, Timothy Green, 
Frank in Nutting, Geo. Livingston, Alvia Powell, Wyman Hol- 
den, Patrick Igow, J. H. Farnum. 



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" OLD FOKT," ENGINE CO., NO. 7. 

[Located near Robinson's Tannery, East Concord — Ward 2. Entitled to 35 
men.] 

OFFICERS AND MEMBERS. 

George H. Curtis, Foreman ; John Hutchins, William A. 
Bean, Clerk; Reuben B. Locke, Cyrus R. Bobinson, Lewis Bean, 
George W. Moody, John L. Batchelder, Benj. P. Kimball, John 
P. Locke, Charles H. Sanborn, John N. Hill, Michael Hanrahan, 
Washington Hill, John Daignan, John E. Frye, Thomas Gleason, 
Charles T. Tenney, Jacob Puffer, Alvah Atwood, John Hanrahan, 
Charles A. Perkins, Smith Bean, Lauren Clough, Frank Moody, 
Harrison Bean, J. M. Murchey, John P. Lank, Elbridge Emery, 
A. B. Seavey, E. S. Curtis, Samuel Ordway. 



PIONEER" ENGINE CO., NO. 8. 



[Located near Baptist Church, Fisherville — Ward 1. Entitled to 50 men.] 
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS. 

John Whittaker, Foreman; Chas. W. Hardy, E. F. Batch- 
elder, S. R.Mann, Horace Abbott, Clerk; Benj. Morrill, Jeremiah 
S. Durgin, Abial Rolfe, John A. Coburn, David A. Brown, Wm. 
H. Allen, Nathaniel Bolfe, Timothy C. Bolfe, Chas. Abbott, Ed- 
ward McArdle, George H. Hinton, Joshua S. Bean, Chas. D. 
Rowell, John G. Warren, Chas. Smith, Moses H. Bean, E. S. Har- 
ris, Samuel Holt, Geo. E. Flanders, Chas. C. Bean, Fifield Tucker, 
James M. Chase, Ira C Edgerly, Calvin Boberts, Isaac N. Ves- 
per, E. R. Manning, Henry Currier, Henry F. Brown, Daniel 
Smith, Reuben C. Danforth, Wm. H. Bell, Eli Hanson, Joseph 
Knowles, Abial W. Rolfe, Wm. H. Abbott, Hazen Knowlton, F. 
A. Emerson, R. Goodwin, Albert Thompson. 



CONCORD R. R. HYDRANT AND HOSE CO., NO. 1/ 



[Located on Concord Railroad Corporation. Entitled to 30 men.] 
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS. 

B. A. Kimbale, Foreman ; M. W. Dickerman, Edward Studley, 
Hiram Richardson, J. G. Alexander, A. A. Adams, W. W. Cloud, 



41 

Sullivan Wise, Jeremiah Smith, Daniel Law, Jonathan Evans, Graf- 
ton Upton, A. F. Moore, Jeremiah Burpee, Charles S. Eastman, 
John W. Marden, J. A. Webster, Oscar Sanborn, T. A. Moore, 
Geo. Cunningham, J. W. Hildreth, Clerk. 



"HOOK AND LADDER CO., NO. 1." 

[Located on Warren street between State and Green streets.] 
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS. 

Frederick S. Crawford, Foreman; Eben B. Hutchinson, J. 
B. Smart, Clerk; Curtis White, Joseph C. Katon, Geo. S. Den- 
nett, Robert Crummett, John G. Elliott, N. S. Shaw, George Har- 
rington, Charles Dennett, Edward B. Robinson, Daniel Clifford, 
Michael Haines, Martin Kinah, M. H. Johnson, R. W. Willey. A. 
H. Morrison, Frank G. Mason, Asa Folsom, Joseph B. Ellis, W. 
E. Gordon, Daniel Shaw, Frank II. Locke, Joseph H. Lane, 
James Leahy, 0. H. T. Richardson, Fred Emerson, John W. Fer- 
rin, Benj. T. Bickford, Zadoc S. Packard, George P. Harvey, 
John P. Dennett, Samuel Edmunds, Charles Crow, Alonzo S. 
Green, A. B. Carter, Charles M. Lang, Henry B. Shute, Oliver 
Fuller, Charles P. Allen, Charles Hoit, James G. Sargent. 



EAGLE HOSE CO., NO. 1. 



[Located on Warren street between State and Green streets.] 
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS. 

J. L. Green, Foreman ; F. B. Osgood, C. H. Newell, Gl&rk 
and Treasurer; Albert Smart, Joseph LaBonta, J. S. Webster, 
H. H. Proctor, J. T. Lane, L. F. Groves, C E. Robbins, James 
Lyster, J. C. Barnard, Frank Larkin, James Dolan, J. G. Howe. 



REPORT OF THE POLICE JUSTICE. 



lo His Honor the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen of the City 
of Concord : 

The Police Justice herewith submits the twelfth annual report : 

The whole number of civil actions entered in the Police Court 
of said city during the fiscal year ending with the date hereof is 
twenty. 

The whole number of persons brought before the Police Jus- 
tice during said year, charged with criminal offences, is one hun- 
dred and forty-five. 

A statement of the character of the offences charged against 
those persons who were brought before the Police Justice at the 
instance of the city authorities, and the results of those prosecu- 
tions, is to be found in the report of the City Marshal of this 
date. 

The Police Justice charges himself as follows : 

Amount of fines received in criminal cases, $459.00 

Amount of costs received in criminal cases, 478.97 

Amount of fees in civil actions, 13.47 



8951.44 
And discharges himself as follows : 
Paid City Marshal, &c, expenses of prosecution, $365.86 
Paid for printing blanks, &c, 5.25 

Paid to City Treasurer, 580.33 

$951.44 

The amount paid as above to the City Treasurer exceeds by 

more than two hundred dollars the similar payment at the close 

of the fiscal year ending with January 31, 1864, and exceeds by 

more than three hundred dollars that of any previous year. 

SYLVESTER DANA, Police Justice. 
Concord January 31, 1865. 



REPORT OF THE CITY MARSHAL. 



City Maksiial's Office, ) 
Concord, January 31, 1865. ) 

To Eis Honor the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen of the City 
of Concord ; 

At the close of another municipal year I have the honor to submit the 
annexed report in relation to the Police Department of the City of Concord, 
for the year ending January 31, 1865. 

Whole number of arrests made during the year were 3-52 — to wit : 

Horse stealing, 1 

Receiving stolen property, 1 

Adultery, 1 

Fornication 1 

Bastardy 3 

House of ill fame, 1 

Selling liquor, 1 

Assault with intent to kill, 1 

Disorderly house 5 

Larceny from the person, 4 

Rude and disorderly conduct, <■ 24 

Noise, brawl and tumult 22 

Keeping saloon open after 10 o'clock 8 

Common drunkards 18 

Stubbornness and disobedience, 20 

For having counterfeit monev, 7 

Injury done to personal property 10 

For not paying fare on cars, 19 

Larceny, 23 

Assault and Battery, 36 

Intoxication, 65 

Common prostitutes, 53 

Disturbing the public peace 28 

352 

Of the above cases, 1 68 were arraigned before the police court, and were 
discharged, convicted or bound over to apaear at the next trial term of the 
Supreme Judicial Court for the following offences, to wit : 

Horse stealing, 1 

Receiving stolen property, 1 

Adultery, 1 

Fornication 1 

Bastardy 3 

House of ill fame 1 

Selling liquor 1 



44 

Assault with intent to kill, 1 

Disorderly house, 1 

Larceny from the person, 2 

Rude and disorderly conduct, 2 

Noise, brawl and tumult 3 

Keeping saloon open after 10 o'clock, 5 

Common drunkards, 5 

Stubbornness and disobedience, 4 

Having counterfeit money in possession 5 

Injury done to personal property 7 

For not paying fare on cars, 11 

Lareen y, 15 

Assault and battery, 30 

Intoxication, 23 

Common prostitutes 45 

168 
The above cases were disposed of in the following manner by the police 
court : 

Sentenced to pay fines, 117 

Sentenced to the House of Correction, 6 

Sentenced to the House of Reformation 7 

Sentenced to the Jail, 8 

Discharged 2 

Dismissed or nol prossed, 9 

Ordered to recognize to appear at the Supreme Judicial Court, 19 

168 
It will be seen by the above, that the year just closed has been one of labor 
and toil for the officers of the city, and with the limited number of officers 
under pay there has been a large amount of work for me to attend to. The 
prevailing crime in this as in all other places, for the last year, is that of in- 
temperance, and more arrests are made for that offence than any other, 
while the opportunity to purchase strong drink has been so abundant. It is 
an undeniable fact that the use of intoxicating liquors is the cause of much 
of the crime and suffering in our midst. We have Avhat are called temper- 
ance men among us, but they are not willing to go forth and battle for the 
suppression of this great evil by publicly lending their aid and influence to 
the officers in the prosecution of cases, but when that assistance is given the 
officer, rumsellers will leave the traffic and take up some honest calling. 

The juvenile portion of the community furnish a large amount of police 
labor. Complaints are made almost daily against small children charging 
them with the commission of offences. To dispose of such cases is no easy 
matter. A night in the lock up generally suffices for the punishment of such 
youthful offenders for a time. A want of parental care and discipline is one 
great reason why such complaints are so numerous. Children who are al- 
lowed to absent themselves from school, and spend their time in roaming 
about the streets or loitering in public places can hardly be expected to do 
otherwise than evil. Much more ought to be said but space will not allow it. 
Respectfully submitted, 

J. L. PICKERING, City Marshal. 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



The Trustees of the Public Library, in Concord, would respect- 
fully submit the following 

ANNUAL REPORT : 

Notwithstanding the excitement occasioned by the great national 
struggle which has been going on during the past year, the Library 
has attracted to the enjoyment of its benefits "more readers than in 
any previous year of its existence. 

It now contains four thousand volumes. The addition by pur- 
chase during the year just closed has been two hundred and thirty- 
nine volumes, and by donation thirty-four volumes, which were re- 
ceived from the following persons : From Hon. E. II. Rollins, 
nine vols, public documents, and twenty-nine vols, of the Con- 
gressional Globe ; from Mrs. J. A. Eames, two vols. 

The number of subscribers has been seven hundred and twenty- 
three, being an increase of fifty-four on that of the previous year. 

The financial condition of this institution will appear more fully 
on reference to the report of the Treasurer, and is good ; but the 
Trustees are deeply sensible that the Library accomplishes but 
little good in comparison with what it would with larger means at 
its disposal. The City Government has continued to foster this 
educational influence by the exercise of a wise liberality. 

When the great burdens now resting on our city shall cease to 
tax so heavily its resources, it is hoped that larger appropriations 
can be made, and the Library come to be, at no distant day, a 
fountain from which shall flow forth elevating, enlightening and re- 
fining influences among all classes of our citizens — an institution 
to which they shall point with pride and gratitude forever. 

The sum of one hundred and seventy- five dollars is now invested 
in catalogues which remain unsold. Each subscriber should own 
a catalogue, and not use a borrowed one, as is at present done by 



40 



many ; and it is suggested that every friend or subscriber would 
do a commendable act by purchasing a catalogue, and thus fur- 
nishing that large sum of money to be invested in new books which 
is 'now lying idle in the catalogues. 



JOHN S. BROWN, 
THOMAS D. POTTER, 
GEORGE W. FLANDERS, 
AMOS HADLEY, 
HENRY E. SAWYER, 
LYMAN D. STEVENS, 
ISAAC N. ABBOTT, 



1 



Trustees of 
the Public 
Library. 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



Concord Public Library in account icith Wm. R. Walker, TrecLs, Or, 

1864. By balance on hand, $22.22 

Aug. 3. City appropriation, 300.00 

1865. 

Jan. 23. F. S. Crawford, Librarian, 215.67 



$537.89 



Dr. Cash paid — 
1864. 

May 16. N. B. Clark, book, $3.50 

July 18. Fogg, Hadley & Co., Catalogue, 137.50 

Aug. 3. F. S. Crawford, books, 8.95 

Oct. 31. J. M. Chick, books, 9.00 
1865. 

Jan. 23. E. C. Eastman, books, 129.88 

B. W. Sanborn & Co., books, 4.50 

F. S. Crawford, binding, &c, 93.05 

F. S. Crawford, salary to October 31, 1864, 150.00 

Cash in hands of Treasurer, 1.51 



$537.89 



WM, R, WALKER, Treasurer, 



LIQUOR AGENCY. 

To Bis Honor, the Mayor, and the Board of Aldermen of the City 
of Concord : 

The undersigned respectfully submits the following report of his 
agency in the purchase and sale of liquors in the city of Concord, 
for the year ending February 1st, 1865 : 
Amount of liquors on hand Feb. 1st, 1864, $563 11 
" since purchased, 1,464 28 

" liquor freight bills, 13 45 

corks and paper, 5 05 

U. S. License, 24 17 

U. S. Taxes, 22 00 

" Insurance, 5 00 

" Agent's salary, 300 00 



CONTRA. 

Amount of liquor on hand Feb. 1st, 1865, $456 54 
" received for liquor, 1,910 32 

" " casks, 30 20 



$2,397 06 





. 




' 




CASH ACCOUNT. 




Cash on hand Feb. 1st, 1864, 


$11 17 




" since 


received, 


1,940 52 


$1,951 69 


Cash paid 


for liquors, 


$1,582 02 






freight, 


13 45 






corks and paper, 


5 05 






U. S. License, 


24 17 






U. S. Taxes, 


22 00 




(< < 


Insurance, 


5 00 




" " 


Agent's salary, 


300 00 


S!1 QS1 6Q 



Whole number of sales, 3687. 

The Agency is entirely free from debt, and with a stock of 
liquors on hand to the value of $456 54. 

CALVIN THORN, Agent. 

MinmiMACK, ss. Feb. 1, 1865. Sworn to before me, 

DAVID WATSON, Justice of the Peace, 



REPORT 

OF THE 

Superintendent of Kepairs of Highways and Bridges, 

To the City Council oj the City of Concord ; 

The undersigned, Superintendent of Repairs of Highways and 
Bridges, respectfully presents the following statement of his Re- 
ceipts and Expenditures from February 1, 1864, to February 1, 
1865, Districts Nos. 9, 27 and 28, being one District under the 
immediate supervision of the Superintendent. 



DISTRICTS Nos. 9, 27 and 21 



Am't appropriated Ap'l, '64 


$5017 00 


Jefferson Noyes, 


6 25 


Balance of last year, 


511 29 


Calvin Tandy, 


19 06 






JciniGS HiiinGS 


6 00 




$5528 29 


Curtis Law, 


2 00 


— 




Cornelius Driscoll, 


30 80 


Jeremiah Brown, 


754 87 


Z. A. Caldwell, 


2 80 


Michael Gurley, 


227 54 


Warde & Humphrev, 


48 26 


Patrick Larkin, 


272 55 


William P. Silver, 


11 27 


Henry Fagin, 


291 50 


Isaac Clement, 


96 60 


Thomas Kirley, 


281 73 


Richard Casey, 


17 85 


James Hicks, 


132 15 


Peter Murphy, 


5 25 


J. C. Dunklee, 


1 50 


Thomas Taney, 


4 50 


Abial Smart, 


115 00 


Isaiah Robinson, 


11 25 


Sylvester Higgins, 


44 25 


Peter Nury, 


39 25 


John McDaniels, 


11 62 


Patrick Hatpin, 


28 35 


John Cheney, 


9 32 


John Lear, 


8 00 


William Walker, 


87 00 


Peter O'Harren, 


5 25 


A. H. Saltmarsh, 


6 25 


Roswell Silver, 


3 25 


William Fagin, 


8 25 


J. B. Weeks, 


28 87 


George K. Lang, 


15 00 


Lynch, 


13 30 


John Morrison, 


75 a 


Gilman Judkins, 


12 00 


Nathaniel Abbott, 


4 50 


John D. Teel, 


722 40 


Moore & Cilley, 


2 10 


John Burke, 


118 85 


J. S. Hanson, 


4 51 


Michael Caffrey, 


98 75 


William Robinson 


6 00 


James Weeks, 


147 00 


John Corwin, 


10 50 


Seba Mills, 


2 10 


Calvin Worth, 


14 62 


John Whalen, 


86 18 



50 



Michael Whalen, 1 40 

B. A. Hall, 6 25 

Martin Spelman, 46 10 

Jeremiah Brown, for hay, 32 16 

John D. Teel, lumber and stone, 10 00 

J. R. Bowers, 2 00 

William H. Clark, 84 41 

J. Connell, 4 63 

Levi Call, 2 20 

N. P. Fogg, for hay, 80 30 

Charles A. Farnum, 1 12 

George E. Fitch, 4 50 

B. F. Gale, for hay, 29 75 
M. K. Holt, for meal, &c, 203 52 
John M. Hill, 10 00 
D. R. Mitchell, rep. harnesses, 7 33 
H. E. Perkins, for gravel, 42 80 

C. W. Paige, 4 75 
C. G. Robinson, 33 62 
C. C. Webster, 18 03 
Amos Blanchard, for straw, 14 67 
Gust Walker, 33 08 
Bradbury Gill, blacksmith work, 6 36 
Bradbury Gill, blacksmith work, 34 13 
Ordway & Robinson, 8 75 
Mead, Mason & Co., lumber, 12 43 



Nathaniel Smith, 
Theodore French, 

DISTRICT No. 3. 


2 00 

3 75 


.f 35 00 



$5057 73 



DISTRICT No. 1. 

Jeremiah P. Boyce, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1864, $ 

Cr. By the work of — 
J. P. Boyce, 
Albert Stevens, 
George Tucker. 
Thomas S. Moore, heirs, 
Samuel K. Choate, 
John T. Oilman, 
Franklin French, 
S. and A. Q. Farnum, 
James Locke, 
Z. and H. Smith, 
Samuel Hutchins, 



Charles C. Graham, Surveyor, Dr. 
To the appropriation of 1864, $55 00 

Cr. By the work of — 

Charles C. Graham, 7 00 

Daniel Cutting, 3 00 

Joseph Graham, 9 00 

Chas. C. Graham. 9 00 

Andrew Moody, 6 00 

Rufus Virgin, 12 00 

A. S. Yeaton, 3 00 

J. W. Bourlet, 6 00 

$55 00 



DISTRICT No. 4. 

Thomas D.Potter, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, 51 00 

John G. Kimball, bal. of 1863, 3 40 
H. II. Potter, bal. 1862, 3 67 

$58 07 



Dr. 

(1(1 



22 21 
1 50 
75 
3 00 
3 00 
5 00 
1 83 

18 00 
3 50 
7 88 
3 33 

$70 00 



DISTRICT No. 2. 

Enoch Jackman, Surveyor, 
To the appropriation of 1864, 

Cr. By the work of— 
Enoch Jackman, 
John Ewer, 
Wm. Hay ward, 



Dr. 

$35 00 



17 60 
7 65 
4 00 



Cr. By the work of— 




Thomas D. Potter, 


9 50 


Edward Noyes, 


4 50 


William Batchelder, 


3 00 


David Bartlett, 


75 


Reuben Sanders, 


3 00 


John Tenney, 


1 50 


Asa Knapp, 


6 75 


Reuben Kimball, 


150 


J. F. Potter, 


6 00 


Jacob A. Potter, 


8 25 


Henry II. Potter, 


6 25 


John G. Kimball, balance, 


3 40 


Henry II. Potter, balance, 


3 67 




$58 07 


DISTRICT No. 5. 





Moody S. Farnum, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, 67 00 

To balance of last year, 16 77 

$83 77 



Cr. By the work of- 
Moody S. Farnum, 



7 50 



51 



David A. Morrill, 


1 50 


John C. 


Clark, 


7 50 


0. Hart, 


75 


Jonathan Fellows, 


1 00 


Puffer, 


1 50 


Hiram Davis, 


2 25 


John L. Tallant, 


30 75 


Gilman Holt, 


1 00 


Daniel E. Gale, 


3 00 








John B. Sanborn, 


7 75 






$34 00 


J. T. Hoit, 


5 50 








James Dodge, 


6 50 









E. E. Adams, 


2 25 








J. T. Hoit, 


5 00 




DISTRICT No. 10. 


Moody S. Farnum, 


11 77 









$83 77 



DISTRICT No. 6. 

Joseph Merriam, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, 263 00 

James Frye, Ex-Sur., bal. 34 08 

297 08 

Cr. By the work of — 
James Frye. $34 08 

Mr. Merriam, being absent from the 
city at the time of making this report, 
the bills of work are not at hand . 



DISTRICT No. 7 



Josiah S. Locke, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1864, 


Dr. 

$34 00 


Cr. By the work of — 




Josiah S. Locke, 
Samuel M. Locke, 
Benjamin L. Larkin, 
Aaron Tay, 


8 12 

9 82 
9 41 
6 65 



$34 00 



DISTRICT No. 8. 

George W. West, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, $34 00 

Cr. By the work of — 
Benjamin F. Prescott, 
Isaac Stearns, 
Jacob T. Moulton, 
Nathan Pingrey, 
Albert Saltmarsh, 
Nehemiah Saltmarsh, 



Hiram Farnum, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864. 169 00 

balance due in 1863, 72 52 

$241 52 



Cr. By the work of- 
Hiram Farnum, 
Benj. Farnum, 
Moses H. Farnum, 
E. S. Gilman, 
Morrill Shepard, 
Simeon Abbott, 
James Nolan, 
Alexander Nichols, 
Farnum & Martin, 



77 30 
3150 
31 25 
56 25 

8 10 
16 87 

3 00 
7 50 

9 75 

$241 52 



DISTRICT No. 11. 

Alfred C. Abbott, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, $27 00 

Cr. By work of — 

Alfred C. Abbott, 10 88 

David Abbott, 2 25 

Due from Surveyor, 13 87 

$27 00 



DISTRICT No. 12. 

Charles C. Bean, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, $408 00 
To balance due 1863, 50 48 

To paid residue appropri'n, 1863, 50 00 



3 00 
3 50 
2 25 


Dr. By the work of — 


$508 48 


8 50 
4 00 
1 00 


C. C. Bean, 
W. Eastman, 
C. Dow, 


156 91 
16 50 
46 50 



52 



J. McNeil, 


60 


W. Cilley, 


2 40 


C. Morrill, 


60 


H.H.& J. S.Brown 


& materials, 8 53 


D Smith, 


4 57 


H. H. Morrill, 


10 50 


E. Roberts, 


1 75 


Putnam & Bean, 


14 35 


S. Holt, 


1 35 


C. & J. C. Gage, an 


d materials, 19 92 


J. Sawyer, 


8 10 


R. Hall, 


5 52 


E. & J. S. Bean, 


38 14 


J. Sweatt, 


1 50 


N. Char.dler, 


12 42 


J. Matthews, 


25 


H. Burnham, 


37 50 


E. Blackington, 


65 


E. Roberts, 


29 50 


F. Emerson, 


3 75 


T. Gahagan, 


21 50 


J. Boyce, 


2 50 


H. Morse, 


13 50 


C. & J. C. Gage, 


1 27 


N. Davis, 


36 00 


N. Davis, 


12 00 



Cr. By the work of — 
Amos Hoit, surveyor, 
Solomon Colby, 
John Yeran, 
Elbridge G. Hardy, 
Gilman I. Colby, 
Samuel Dow, . 
Ephraim C. Elliott, 
Sherman D. Colby, 
Solon Sanborn, 
Josiah Hardy, 
Hiram Eastman, 
Thomas Eastman, 



DISTRICT No. 15. 



$508 48 



DISTRICT No. 13. 

W. W. Whittier, Surveyor, 
To part appropriation; 1864, 

Cr. By the work of— 
Warren W. Whittier, 
William Hutchinson, 
Rufus D. Scales, 
Joseph C. Scales, 
Levi Tilton, 
Ezekiel F. Elliott, 
Eli Elliott, 
Luther M. Hoit, 
Eben F. Elliott, 



Due from Surveyor, 



'DISTRICT No. 14. 

Amos Hoit, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1864, 



Dr. 

$25 00 

5 25 

75 

75 

2 40 

1 50 

2 85 
2 63 
4 50 
2 10 

$22 73 
2 27 

$25 00 



Dr. 

32 00 



9 71 
37 

1 00 
37 

4 59 
63 

2 00 

2 17 

3 54 

2 37 
1 50 

3 75 

32 00 



Andrew P. Bennett, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, 26 00 

Harvey Chase, ex-Surveyor, to 

balance of 1863, 8 55 

$34 55 

Cr. By the work of— 

A. P. Bennett, 

Samuel Runnells, 

Edwin Lang, 

Sylvester Hoit, 

Francis Runnells, 

J. F. Runnells, 

Joseph Barnard, 

Robert Knowlton, 

Harvey Chase, (bal. of 1863,) 



Due from A. P. Bennett, 



DISTRICT No. 16. 

Robert B. Hoit, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1864, 
Balance due in 1863, 



Cr. By the work of- 
Robert B. Hoit, 
Josiah Runnells, 
Edwin Terry, 
Aaron Lamprey, 
Albert G. Dow, 



9 00 
3 00 
1 50 

1 50 
52 
90 

3 00 

4 25 
8 55 

32 22 

2 33 

34 55 



Dr. 

$44 00 
9 38 

$53 38 

17 25 
2 50 
2 50 
125 
4 25 



53 



James H. Powell, 


1 25 


Amos Sawyer, 


15 00 




$41 00 


Due from Surveyor, 


9 38 




$53 38 


DISTRICT No. 17. 




Moses M. Davis, Surveyor, 


Dr. 


To appropriation of 1864, 


$34 00 


Or. By the work of — 




Moses M. Davis, 


10 95 


John F. Elliott, 


1 25 


John J. Thompson, 


1 25 


Robert K. Buswell, 


2 50 


David C. Gile, 


5 00 


Samuel S. Buswell, 


2 50 


W. P. Dow, 


1 12 


Morrill Shepherd, 


2 50 


John Fiske, 


3 12 


E. P. Farnum, 


3 81 



$34 00 



DISTRICT No. 18. 



Isaac F. Ferrin, Surveyor, 


Dr. 


To the appropiiation of 1864, 


$71 00 


Balance due, 1863, 


18 21 




$89 21 


Cr. By the work of— 




H. L. & I. F. Ferrin, 


$45 05 


John V. Aldrich, 


7 50 


Jacob Dow, 


5 75 


Joseph Eastman, 


4 87 


Henry Farnum, 


15 00 


Charles B. Knight, 


3 85 


Ira Rowell, 


4 50 


Stephen Carleton, 


1 00 




$87 52 


Balance due from surveyor, 


1 69 



$89 21 



DISTRICT No. 19. 



Albert Saltmarsh, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, $40 00 
Cr. By the work of — 



Henry Martin, 
Peter Fagan, 
R. K. Abbott, 
F. J. Emerson, 
"William Fagan, 
Nathan K. Abbott, 
John K. Abbott, 



12 44 
3 12 

1 40 

2 50 
1 25 

11 13 
7 50 

$40 00 



DISTRICT No. 20. 

Charles H. Merrill, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, $35 00 



Cr. By work of — 




Charles H. Merrill, 


6 00 


\V. B. Thompson, 


5 00 


S. K. Blanchard, 


4 13 


Jacob N . Flanders, 


4 12 


F. J. Emerson, 


7 00 


John E. Saltmarsh, 


8 75 



$35 00 



DISTRICT No. 21, 



F. Abbott Fisk, Surveyor, 


Dr. 


To the appropriation of 1864, 


$47 00 


Cr. By the work of— 




F. Abbott Fisk, 


9 80 


B F. Griffin, 


4 50 


Abira Fisk, 


3 75 


Henry Fisk, 


3 35 


Daniel Farnum, 


7 50 


Charles E. Ballard, 


3 75 


Ezra Ballard, 


6 90 


John Ballard, 


7 45 



Albert Saltmarsh, 



DISTRICT No. 22. 

Wm. R. Smart, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1864, 
To balance of 1863, 



Cr. By work of — 
Wm. R. Smart, 
John Hall, 



66 I Charles Hall, 



$47 00 



Dr. 

$57 00 
7 00 

$64 00 

22 50 
15 00 

11 25 



54 



Benjamin Howe, 
Sylvester Currier, 
Balance of 1863, 



DISTRICT No. 23, 

John Corliss, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1864, 

Cr. By the work of— 
John Corliss, 
John E. Proctor, 
John Haselton, 
Jeremiah Abbott, 
William Proctor, 
Isaac N. Abbott, 
Stephen Currier, 
Win. Bodwell, 



DISTRICT No. 24. 

D. D. Clark, Surveyor, 

To the appropriation of 1864 

To balance of 1863, 



Cr. By the work of— 
D. D. Clark, 
James Goodwin, 
J. M. Stewart, 
J. S. Green, 
John B. Sargent, 
Josiah Dow, 
Andrew S. Smith, 



Due from surveyor, 



DISTRICT No. 25. 

Ira Abbott, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1864, 
To balance in 1863, 



By the work of- 



5 25 


3 00 


7 00 


$64 00 


Dr. 


$85 00 


19 36 


1 40 


1 40 


15 17 


10 57 


30 80 


2 80 


3 50 


$85 00 


Dr. 


, $26 00 
2 95 


$28 95 


3 75 


6 25 


2 00 


1 00 


2 00 


5 00 


6 00 


$26 00 
2 95 


$28 95 


Dr. 


$91 00 
35 95 


$126 95 



Ira Abbott, 


43 50 


Nelson Young, 


1 50 


E. S. D. Ordway, 


3 00 


William Abbott, 


2 25 


Moses B. Abbott, 


14 25 


Isaac Wheeler, 


1 50 


Charles Abbott, 


9 75 


Charles Clark, 


5 25 


Charles H. Reed, 


2 25 


David L. Sanders. 


3 00 


Thomas C. Capen, 


4 75 




$91 00 


Balance due from Snrve 


yor, 35 95 



$126 



DISTRICT No. 26. 




H. G. Belknap, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1864, 
Cr. By the work of— 


Dr. 

$41 00 


Horatio G. Belknap, 
Thomas W. Abbott, 
Edward Clark, 
Ebenezer Lane, 
Stephen Currier, 


2 00 
24 00 
4 50 
4 50 
6 00 



DISTRICT No. 29. 



$41 00 



J. G. Holmes, Surveyor, 
To appropriation of 1864, 
To balance due in 1863, 


Dr. 

$32 00 
14 05 


Cr. By the work of — 


$46 05 


J. G. Holmes, 

Lumber furnished by him, 

Hiram Carter, 

eremiah Mills. 


22 50 
3 25 
8 50 
5 75 


Balance due from surveyor, 


$40 00 
6 05 



$46 05 



DISTRICT No. 30. 

Henry E. Dow, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, $38 00 



55 



Cr. By the work of— 




DISTRICT No. 31. 


Henry E. Dow, 
William P. Dow, 
Frank B. Carter, 


6 52 
9 37 
2 50 


Samuel Clifford, Surveyor, Dr. 
To appropriation of 1864, $14 00 


A. C. Carter, 
Daniel Carter, 
John J. Thompson, 
Timothy Carter, 
Elbridge Dimond, 


63 
4 56 
4 37 
3 18 

6 87 

$38 00 


Cr. By the work of — 
Samuel Clifford, 14 00 



RECAPITULATION. 



Amount appropriated April, 1864, for all districts, $7,000 00 

Balance of appropriations of 1863, -232 11 

Balance of appropriations unexpended, 439 92 

Cash received and paid into Treasury for gravel, manure from 

streets and city stable, &c. (see Financial Keport), 63 23 



Total, 
Cash paid out for labor, &c, in Districts Nos. 9, 27, 28, $5,057 

Dist No. 1. 

2. 



$7,735 31 



70 00 


16. 


44 00 


35 00 


17. 


34 00 


55 00 


18. 


71 00 


51 00 


19. 


40 00 


67 00 


20. 


35 00 


263 00 


21. 


47 00 


34 00 


22. 


57 00 


34 00 


23. 


85 00 


169 00 


24. 


26 00 


27 00 


25. 


91 00 


458 00 


26. 


41 00 


25 00 


29. 


32 00 


32 00 


30. 


38 00 


26 00 


31. 


14 00 
$7,058 73 



Balance of appropriations, &c, undrawn Feb. 1, 1865, $676 a 

Respectfully submitted, 

BENJAMIN F. GALE, 
Supt. of Rep. of Highways and Bridges.