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CONCORD, N, H. 



1898. 

FORTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



OF THE 



CITY OF CONCORD 



FOR TIIF YEAR ENDING 

DECEMBER 31. 189S. 

together with other annual reports and papers 
Relating to the affairs of the City. 




CONCORD, N. H.: 

L T. ^cSHANE, Printer. 

1899. 



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352*07 



MUNICIPAL REGULATIONS, 



FOR PAYMENT OF BILLS AGAINST THE CITY. 



All persons furnishing materials <>r service for the city, or aid 
to the city poor, should be particular to take the name of the per- 
son ordering such service, material, or aid, and should know that 
the person is duly authorized to contract said liability. 

The city will not be holden for merchandise sold or delivered 
on city pauper account, except on the written order of the Over- 
seer of the Poor, and for no longer time than until his successor 
shall have been appointed and qualified. 

Duplicate copies will be required of all hills payable by the 
city, furnished on county pauper account. 

All bills against the city must lie approved by the person auth- 
orizing the charge; and unless this is done, no action can be had 
upon the bill by the Committee on Accounts and Claims, and no 
order will be given for its payment. 

Bills so certified should be left with the City Auditor on or be- 
fore the second day of the month. 

If approved by him and by the Committee on Accounts and 
Claims, they will be ready for payment on Thursday following the 
regular monthly meeting of the City Government. 

The regular monthly meetings of the City Government occur on 
the second Tuesday of each month. 

JAMES Ii: MORRIS, 

City Auditor. 



1 



Ordinances and joint Resolutions, 

PASSED DURING THE 

YEAB ENDING JANUABY 24, 1899. 



CITY OK CONCORD, 

ORDINANCES. 

A.N ORDINANCE FIXING AND DETERMINING THE AMOUNT OF MON- 
EY TO BE RAISED FOR THE ENSUING FINANCIAL YEAR, FOR THE 
USE OF THE CITY. 

Be it ordained hy the City Council of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Section I. There shall be raised, and there is hereby ordered to be 
raised, on the polls and ratable estates within said city the sum of 
forty-six thousand dollars. ($-10,000) to defray the neessary expenses 
and charges of the city for the ensuing financial year, which, together 
with the sums which .nay be raised by taxes on railroads and from other 
sources, shall be appropriated as follows : 

For payment Memorial Arch bonds . . . $5,000 00 

For payment of interest . .... 3,700.00 

For support of city poor ..... 700.00 

For incidentals and land damages, including expenses 

of indemnity bonds for city ofhcers . . . 3,000.00 

For committee service ..... 1,410.00 

For printing and stationery ... . 2,500.00 

For legal expenses ...... 200.00 

For beds at Margaret Pillsbury Hospital. . . 2,000.00 

For Decoration Day ...... 345.00 

For aid dependent soldiers ..... 500.00 

For public school test books .... 2,800.00 

For open air concerts ..... 300.00 

For Blossom Hill cemetery ..... 2,100.00 

For Old North cemetery . . 100.00 

For West Concord cemetery .... 100.00 

For Millville cemetery ...... 50.00 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



For Penacook park 
For Bradley park 
For Rollins park 
For White park 



FOR SALARIES. 

Mayor ...... 

City clerk ..... 

Overseer of pour. Wards 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 

Overseer of poor, Ward 1 

Overseer of poor, Ward 2 

City auditor ..... 

( "ity solicitor .... 

City treasurer . 

City messenger .... 

Cait' of city clocks .... 

Clerk of common council 

Board of education Union School District 

Board of education, District No. 20 

Town district school board 

Nine assessors . 

Nine moderators .... 

Nine ward clerks .... 

Twenty-seven selectmen 

Judge police court ... 

Clerk of police court . . . . 

Collector of taxes so much as may be necessary 
of the sum of ... • 

PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

For salary of librarian, assistants and janitor 

For purchase of books and magazines 

For printing catalogue 

For fuel and lights . . . . 

For binding ... . 

For repair of roof 

For incidentals 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 



75.00 

75.00 

050.00 

2,850.00 

$28,455.00 



§1,000.00 

1.200.00 

200 00 

30.00 

10.00 

1. coo. 00 

500.00 

250.00 

600.00 

85.00 

50.00 

250.00 

2.-). I to 

200.00 

2.700.00 

27.00 

1)0.00 

135.00 
800,00 
200.00 

1,500.00 



§10,852.00 



$2,765.00 

700.00 
400.00 
315.00 
400.00 
335.00 
85.00 



§5,000.00 



For salary of health officer 
For salary of board of health 



§800.00 
75.00 



CITY ORDINANCES. 



For rent 

For lights 

For care of pest house 

For assistance in sanitary inspection 

For bacteriological tests . 

For materials for fumigation 

For incidental expenses 



POLICE AND WATCH. 



Salary city marshal 
Salary deputy marshal 
Salary captain of watch 
Pay of eight patrolmen 

Pay of janitor 

Pay of special policemen 

Fuel city proper 

Fuel Penacook 

Board of horse and shoeing 

Extra horse hire in city 

Extra horse hire at Penacook 

Lights in city and Penacook 

Rent at Penacook 

Water 

Ice 

Helmets and buttons 

Uniforms for special police . 

Police commissioners 

Police telephone service 

Incidentals 



ROADS AND BRIDGES. 

Salary commissioner of highways 

General maintenance and repairs 

Permanent work ..... 

Cleaning Streets ..... 

New concrete (sidewalks and crossings) 

Repairing concrete .... 

Catch basins, construction and cleaning 

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. 

Salary city engineer .... $1,500.00 



10S.00 




10.00 




15.00 




100.00 




150.00 




27 00 




150.00 






gsl ,435.00 




$1,200.00 




900.00 




850.00 




6,400.00 






$9,350.00 




. 


225.00 




300.00 




200.00 




30.00 


. 


285.00 




. 30.00 




30.00 


. 


180.00 


. 


108.00 


. 


28.00 


. 


. 15.00 


. 


50.00 




. 50.00 


. 


150.00 


. 


500.00 


• 


125.00 




8.11,656.00 


$1,400.00 




18,000.00 




6,500.00 




4,300.00 




2,000.00 




1,500.00 




1,300.00 






$35,000.00 



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CITY OF CONCORD. 



Salary assistants 

Supplies 

Repairs 

Rent 

Incidentals 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



Chief engineer, salary 
Assistant engineers (precinct) salary 
Permanent force pay rolls 
Kearsarge Steamer Co., pay rolls 
Eagle Steamer Co.. payrolls 
Hook and Ladder Co., pay rolls 
Gov. Hill Relief Co., pay rolls 
Alert Hose Co., pay rolls 
Good Will Hose Co., pay rolls 
Pioneer Steamer Co., pay rolls 
Pioneer Steamer Co., salary engineer 
Pioneer Steamer Co., salary assistant en 
Pioneer Steamer < o., steward 
Pioneer Steamer Co., janitor 
Catarac t Co., pay rolls 
C'ala act Co , salary assistant engineer 

< 'ataraet ( '<>.. steward 

< ataraet < o.. janitor 
Old Fort ( o., pay lolls 

Old Fort Co., salary assistant engineer 
Old Fort Co., steward 
Rent Veteran Firemen's Association 
For extra men for vacations 



$950.00 
250.00 

5,1 a OS. 1 10 

1,010.00 

1,010.00 

1,615.00 

L95.00 

815.00 

815.00 

500.00 

, 75 on 

gineer 25.00 

30.00 

45 00 

240.00 

10.00 

15.00 

15.00 

240.00 

10.00 

15.00 

150.00 

214.16 



1,000.00 

100.00 

50.00 

204.(10 
140.00 



§3,000.00 



Foi 


forage 




For 


fuel 




Foi 


lights 




For 


water 




For 


horse shoeing 




For 


purchase of hor 


ses 


For 


horse hire 




For 


washing 


. 


For 


fire alarm 




For 


supplies for chemical engine 


For hose 




For 


incidentals 





■$13,812.16 

500.00 

400.00 

450.00 

116.50 

300.00 

300.00 

400.00 

. 100.00 

650.00 

50.00 

525.00 

1,396.34 



$19,000.00 



CITY ORDINANCES. < 

See. 2. There shall he raised in like maimer the sum of thirty-four 
thousand seven hundred and five dollars ($34,705) for the support of 
schools for the ensuing financial year, which, together with the income 
of the Abial Walker fund, shall he appropriated and divided among the 
several school districts according to the valuation thereof. 

Sec. 3. In addition to the foregoing, there is appropriated for the 
cemeteries of the city one half of the income from the sale of lots and 
the income derived from the care of lots and grading, which sum shall 
be deposited by the superintendents, or oihers reo-iving them, in the 
City Treasury. The care of lots .tor which the city holds trust funds 
shall be paid from the money appropriated for the care of cemeteries, 
and so much of the income from these trust funds- as may he thus ex- 
pended shall be deposited in the city treasury at the close of the year, 
and the remainder, in each instance, credited to the individual funds. The 
ofh\e of treasurer of the a metery commission is hereby abolished, and 
the salary of iwenty-five dollars ($25) heretofore allowed the treasurer 
of the cemetery commission shall he paid to the city i reasurer from the 
appropriation for Blossom Uill cemetery tor pei forming the work here- 
tofore done by ti e treasurer of the cemete y commission. 

Sec. 4. Of the earnings of the fire department for the year 1S9S to 
be deposited in the city tre. sury. there is hereby appropriated in addi- 
tion to the amounts raised by taxation to the sum of eight hundred dol- 
lars (§800) for forage and the sum of two hundrt d dollais ($200) for 
fuel for that department. 

Passed January 8, L898 



An Ordinance Fixing and determining the amount of money 
to be raised on the property and inhabitants within the 
limits of the <ias an!) sewerage precinct, for till. ensuing 
financial year, 
Beit ordained b u I In- City Council of t lit City of Concord as follows: 

Sec. 1. There shall be raised, and there is hereby ordered to tie raised, 
on the polls and ratable estates within the gas and sewerage precinct 
of sa'd city the sum of twelve thousand five huudnd and forty-five dol- 
lars ($12,545) to defray the necessary expenses and charges of the pre- 
cinct for the ensuing financial year, which shall he appropriated as fol- 
lows : 

For the payment of interest that may become due on sewer bonds, 
two thousand five hundred and forty-five dollars ($2,545). 

For the lighting of streets in said precinct, ten thousand dollars ($10,- 
000). 

Sec. 2. In addition to the loregoing appropriation for lighting streets, 
the sum of five hundred dollars ($500) of the unexpended balance of the 



( ;iy 01 (()><( i;|). 



precinct appropriations for 1S07 is hereby made available for the year 
1898. 

Passed February 8, 1898. 



An Ordinance fixing and determining the amount of money 
to be raised on the taxable property am) inhabitants with- 
in thk limits of the city water precinct, for the ensuing 
financial year. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the Oily of Concord as 

follows: 

See. 1. there shall be raised, and there is hereby ordered to be raised, 
on the polls and ratable estates within the water precinct of the city the 
sum of six thousand dollars ($6,000) to defray the necessary expenses 
and charges of the water precinct for the ensuing- financial year, which 
shall be appropriated as follows : 

For water for hydrant service, six thousand dollars ($6,000). 

Passed February 8, 189S. 



An Ordinance fixing and determining the amount of money 
to be raised on thk taxable property and inhabitants 
within the street sprinkling precinct, for thk ensuing fi- 
nancial year. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Concord as 
follows: 

Sec. 1. There shall be raised and there is hereby ordered to be raised' 
on the rolls and ratable estates within the street sprinkling precinct of 
said city the sum of three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500) to de- 
fray the necessary expenses and charges of the street sprinkling pre- 
cinct for the ensuing financial year, which shall be appropriated as fol- 
lows : 

For sprinkling streets, three thousand five hundred dollars (#3,500). 

Sec. 2. In addition the foregoing appropriation, the uuexpeuded bal- 
lance of appropriation for street sprinkling for the year 1897 is hereby 
made available for the year 1898. 

Passed February 8, 1898. 



An Ordinance fixing and determining the amount of mon- 
ey TO BE RAISED ON THE TAXABLE PROPERTY AND INHABITANTS 
WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE PENACOOK SEWERAGE PRECINCT, FOR 
THE ENSUING FINANCIAL YEAR. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Section 1. There shall be raised and there is hereby ordered to be 



CITY ORDINANCES. \) 

raised, on the polls and ratable estates within the Penacook sewerage 
precinct the sum of one thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars ($1,- 
760) to defray the necessary expenses and charges of said precinct for 
the ensuing financial year, which shall be appropriated as follows: 

For the payment of the sum becoming due in accordance with an or- 
dinance establishing a sinking fund, five hundred dollars, ($500). 

For the payment of interest that may become due on precinct bonds, 
nine hundred and sixty dollars ($960). 

For repairs of sewers, three hundred dollars ($300). 

Passed February 8, 1898. 



An Ordinance fixing and determining the amount ok mon- 
ey TO BE RAISED ON THE TAXABLE PROPERTY" AND INHABITANTS 
WITHIN THE LIMITS OF THE WEST CONCORD SEWERAUE PRECINCT, 
FOR THE ENSUING FINANCIAL YEAR. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Section 1. There shall be raised, and there is hereby ordered to be 
raised on the polls and ratable estates within the West l oncord sewerage 
precinct the sum of eleveu hundred and eighty dollars (§1,180) to de- 
fray the necessary expenses and charges for said precinct for the ensuing 
financial year, which shall be appropriated as folows : 

For the payment of the sum becoming due in accodauee with an or- 
dinance establishing a sinking fund, five hundred dollars ($500). 

For the payment of interest that may become due on precinct bonds, 
six hundred and eighty dollars ($t>80) 

Passed February 8, 1898. 



An Ordinance fixing and determining the amount of mon- 
ey TO BE RAISED ON THE TAXABLE PROPERTY AND INHABITANTS 

within the East Concord sewerage precinct for the ensuing 
financial year. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Section 1. There shall be raised and there is hereby ordered to be 
raised on polls and ratable estates within the East Concord sewerage 
precinct the sum of one hundred and seventy dollars ($170) to defray 
the necessary expenses and charges of said precinct for the ensuing 
financial year, which shall be appropriated as follows: 

For the payment of the sum becoming due in accordance with an or- 
dinance establishing a sinking fund, one hundred dollars ($100). 



10 



( I IV OF CONCORD. 



For the payment of interest that may become due on precinct bonds, 
seventy dollars i $70 I 

Passed February 8. 1898. 



An Ordinance, providing fob a temporary loan to pay for 
the addition to blossom iilij. cemetery. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of tin City of Concord, as 
follows: 

That t he city i reasurer under the advii e and direction oi the commit, 
tee <m finance is hereby authorized to procure by temporary lean upon 
the credit of the city the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) at the 
lowest practical per centum to pay tor the addition to Blossom Hill 
cemetery authorized by recent vote of the city council. 

Passed February 8, 1898. 



AN Ordinance providing bonds for citv officers and em- 
ployees. 

/>'< it ordained by Ou City Council oj thi City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Section 1. Bonds shall be required of officers and employees of the 
city as follows : City treasurer, twenty-five thousand dollars; tax col- 
lector, twenty-five thousand dollars; city auditor, two thousand dollars; 
city clerk, two thousand dollars; commissioner of highways, one thou- 
sand dollars; city liquor agent, one thousand dollars; city marshal], one 
thousand dollars: assistant city maishall, one thousand dollars; super- 
intendent of cenieteries, one thousand dollars; clerk of police court, five 
hundred dollars. 

Sec. 2. Bonds required of the foregoing officers shall be those of 
surety companies licensed by the insurance commissioner to do business 
in this state if in terms such bonds comply with the requirements of the 
city ordinances and the l»ws of this state, and the board of mayor and 
alderman are satisfied of the financial ability of the company as such sure- 
ty; otherwise bonds may be given in double the amount specified in the 
foregoing section with sureties to the satisfaction of the board of 
mayor and aldermen, provided such sureties are owners of unencumber- 
ed real estate to the value of the penal sum of said bonds. 

Sec. 3. If the bo: ds of surety companies are furnished to the satis- 
faction of the board of mayor and aldermen the expense of such bonds 
shall be borne by the city. 

Sec. 4. This ordinance shall take effect upon its passage and all or- 



CITY ORDINANCES. 11 

dinances or parts of ordinances incoi sietent herewith are hereby re- 
pealed. 
Passed February 8, 1808. 



An Ordinance ratifying the purchase of an addition to 
White park and providing for the payment thereof. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Section 1. The action ■ f the park commissioners in purchasing land 
of James II. Rowellas an addition t<» White park for the sum of four- 
teen hundred dollars ($1,400) is hereby ratified and confirmed, and the 
city treasurer is hereby authorized to pay for the same by issuing notes 
of the city as follows : 

One tor rive hundred dollars foi one year from March 1, 1898. 

One for five hundred dollars for two years from March 1, 1898. 

One for tour hundred dollars for three years from March 1, 1S'.)S. 

Passed February 8, 1898. 



An Ordinance allowing a discount of two undone half 

PER centum ON TANKS. 

lit it ordained by the City Council of tin <'i/;i of Concord, as 
follows: 

Section]. That a discount of two and one half per centum shall !"• 
allowed on all taxes paid on or before the tilth day of duly in each 
year in which they are assessed. 

See. 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage, repealing an or- 
dinance passed March 29, 1895. 

Passed March S, 1898. 



An Ordinance providing for the payment of bills incurred 
by the city marshal. 

Be it ordained by the <"itn Council of the ('it;/ of Concord, as 
follows: 

That the mayor is hereby authorized to draw his warrant on the city 
treasurer for the payment of lulls for expenses incurred by the city mar- 
shall in the discharge of his duty upon the approval by the city auditor, 
and all such bills shall be laid before the committee on accounts and 
claims at their next meeting. 

Passed April 12, 1898. 



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CITY OF CONCORD. 



Ax Ordinance ^providing for 'the loan of two hundred and 

FIFTY' DOLLARS ^($250.00) FOR SEWERS IN PENACOOK SEWERAGE 
PRECINCT. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

That the treasurer of said city is hereby authorized to procure by loan 
ou the credit of the city the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars 
(•$250.00) for the purpose of defraying the expense of maintainence and 
repairs of sewers in Penacook sewerage precinct. 

Passed Sept. 13, 1898. 



An Ordinance enlarging the sewer precinct. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

That the present Sewer Precinct, as described in Chapter XXIII, 
Section 1, of the revised ordinances, shall be enlarg< d as follows : 

Commencing at the southerly line of the present Sewer Precinct on 
Turnpike Street; thence southerly on Turnpike street to McKinley 
Street, including the property abutting on the southerly side of said 
Street; thence westerly by »aid McKinley Street to Broadway; thence 
northerly by Broadway to"the southerly line of the present precinct ; 
thence easterly and southerly by the old precinct line, to the point 
of beginning. 

Passed Nov. 10, 1898. 



An Ordinance in amendment of section 21, charter 18, of 
the revised ordinances, relating to the fire department. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Concord, as 
follows: 

Section 1. That Section 21 of Chapter 18 of said Revised Ordinances 
is hereby amended so as to read as follows : 

Sec. 21. If any member of either of the several companies shall wil- 
fully neglect or refuse to discharge his duty or shall be guilty of 
disorderly conduct or disobedience to any officer or to any engineer, he 
shall for any such offence be forthwith dismissed from the department 
by direction of the chief engineer. 

No person shall be a member of, or serve in, the Fire department who 
is under the age of twenty years, and no person whose occupation is 
carried on outside the city shall be appointed a member of the Fire 
department. 

Parsed Dec. 13, 1898. 



city ordinances. 13 

An Ordinance authorizing the transfer of §100 to the appro- 
priation FOR SEWERS. 
Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Concord, as follows: 

That the sum of one hundred dollars of the unexp* nded balance of the 
South End fewer appropriation lie and the same is hereby transient d 
to the appropriation for Sewers. 

Passed Dee. 13, 1898. 



An Ordinance repealing ordinance no. 271, passed Sept. [].'!. 1898, 
and authorizing the transfer 01 $400 to the penacook sewer- 
age precinct. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the < 'ity of Concord, as follows : 

Section 1. That tie ordinance No. 271 entitled "An ordinance pro- 
viding for the loan of $250 for sewers in the Penacook Sewerage Pre- 
cinct, passed Sept. 13. 1898, is hereby repealed. 

Sec. 2. That the city treasurer is hereby authorized to transfer from 
the accumulated earnings of the sinking fund of I'm- Penacook Si vverage 
precinct, the sum of four hundred dollars to the appropriation of 
"Maintenance of said precinct. 

Passed Dec. 13, 1898. 



An Ordinance authorizing temporary loan in part iaivivi 
for penacook bridges. 

/.'- it ordained by il<< City Council of the City oj Concord as 
follows: 

That the city treasurer, under the advice and direction of the 
committee on Finance, be authorized to in, now on the credit of the 
city the sum of seven thousand dollars, for the purpose of paj iug a por- 
tion, of the expenses incurred in building the Penacook bridges, and to 
payfor the same by issuing notes of the city as follows : 

One for $3,500 payable two years from January 20, 189!); due January 
20,1901. 

One for $3,500 payable tbree years from Jauuary 20, 1899; due January 
20, 1902. 

And the same is hereby appropriated for that purpose. 

Passed Jan. 10 1899. 



An Ordinance in relation to printing the anneal report. 

Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Concord as 
follows: 

Sec. 1. There shall be printed annually, under ihedirection of the city 



14 cny OF CONCORD. 

auditor, twenty-eight hundred copies of the financial report of the 
city — together with all the annual reports of the city officials and heads 
of departments, required to be made to the city council— the report of 
all the boards f education in the city— vital statistics, and such 
other matter as the city council may order,f or general distribution among 
the citizens of Concord— said report shall be prepared and issued on 
or before April 1st. in each yeai . 

Sec. 2. All ordinances and parts of ordinances inconsistent with this 
ordinance are hereby repealed, and it shall take effect on its passage. 

Passed Jan. 10, 1899. 



RESOLUTIONS. 



A Joint Resolution relative to the discontinuance <>f a 

BRANCH OF THE DUNBARTON ROAD IX MlLLVILLE. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows : 

That the branch of the Dunbarton road, so called, at Mi Mile in said 
Concord, described as follows, namely: Beginning at the fork in said 
Dunbarton road opposite the New Lower School building, so called, at 
a point marked: "B" on the annexed plan; thence running south G de- 
grees east by the existing h ghway across the bridge near the school 
laundry, about one thousand feet to the bend in the highway ; thence 
running south SO degree- west by the existing highway about eleven 
hundred and seventy-two feet to the inierseeti >n of said road with the 
cross road easterly of the On haus' home buildings, at a point narked 
" A'' on the annexed plan, may he discontinued and the same is hereby 
discontinued so far as the power of this council extends ; mid that a pe- 
tition 'or such discontinuance he made to the supreme court for Merri- 
mack count, at the next term thereof and for the consent of the court 
thereto, such proceedings to he at the cost and expense of St. Paul's 
School ; and the mayor of said city is hereby authorized to sign such 
peiitiou in the name of said city upon receiving reasonable indemnity 
against said cost and expense, and an agreement satisfactory to the 
mayor and city council by St. Paul's School providing that the city shall 
at all times have the right to enter the road so discontinued for the 
purpose of relaxing or repairing city water pip- s thereon. 

Passed Jan. 21, 1 SOS. 



A Resolution releasing claim to a trust fund which has been 

PAID TO SAID CITY. 

Resolved by the City Council of the C'iiy of Concord as follows : 

That the city of Concord does her< by release and discharge the es- 



16 CITY OF CONCORD. 

tate of Betsey Hadley, late of Irasburgh, Vermont, formerly of this 
city, from any liability on account of a certain legacy amounting to 
$100.00, bequeathed to said city in trust for the maintenance and care of 
the Moses Badley lot in Blossom Hill cemetery, it appearing that said 
sum of $100.00 was paid to said city by said Betsey Hadley before her 
defease; and the mayor is hereby authorized to execute a proper re- 
lease and discharge in the name of s ;l id city, to give effect to this resolu- 
tion. 

Passed February 8, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution making ^impropriation for the construct- 
ion AND MAINTENANCE OF SEWERS, 

Resolved by the ( 'ity < 'ouncil of the City of ' 'oncord as follows : 

That the joint resolution of September 1-!, 1897, authorizing the use 
of any part of the proceeds of the sale of bonds for the construction 
of the South End sewer not required for that purpose in constructing 
laterals thereto, is hereby repealed, and the sum of four thousand dol- 
lars of the unexpended I alance of the proceeds of the sale of said 
bonds is hereby appropriated for the construction and maintenance of 
sewers for the year 1898. 

Passed February 8, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution in relation to the receipt books of the 
tax collector. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows: 

That the city auditor is herebj instructed to prepare receipt books 
for the tax collector of 1898 in the manner and form adopted by :he 
finance committee and assessors for the year 1897. 

Passed March 8, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution authorizing the purchase of a site in 
Ward One for a police station and loppy. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Condord as follows: 

That the committee on lands and buildings are hereby authorized to 
purchase a lot of land east of the Washington House, so called, in 
Ward One, Concord, and known as the Moran lot, at an expense not ex- 
ceeding nine hundred dollars ($900), and there is hereby appropriated 
out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated a sum not 
exceeding nine hundred dollars ($900), to pay for such purchase. 

Passed March 8, 1898. 



RESOLUTIONS. 17 

A Joint Resolution providing for a temporary loan not ex- 
ceeding TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($25,000) T<> MEET THE 
USUAL AND CURRENT EXPENSES OF THE PRESENT FISCAL YEAR, 
AS THEY MAY BECOME DUE. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

That the city treasurer, under the advice and direction of the com- 
mittee on finance, is hereby authorized to procure for a period not ex- 
ceeding four months by temporary loan upon the credit of the city, 
such sum as may be necessary, not exceeding in the total twenty-five 
thousand dollars ($25,000), at the lowest practical per. centum, to be 
used exclusively in meeting the usual and current expenses of the city 
duriDgthe present fiscal year as they may become due. 

Passed March 8, 1898. 



A "Joint Resolution authorizing the preparation and publi- 
cation OF THE VALUATION OF THE CITY ASSESSORS FOR 1807. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord, as 
follows : 

Sec. 1. That the city clerk is hereby authorized and instructed to pre- 
pare for publication, ;it an expense not exceeding fifty dollars ($50), 
a list of the real and personal valuations of the city of Concord tor the 
year 1897 as established by the assessors for that year, ommitting from 
that list the names of -all those who pay only a poll tax. 

Sec. 2. After this list is prepared, the finance committee is hereby 
instructed to procure the publication of the same in one of the daily 
newspapers of Concord, if said publication can be procured at an expense 
not exceec ing two hundred and fifty dollars ($250) and the cost of pre- 
paring and publishing said list shall be charged to the appropriation for 
incidentals. 

Passed March 8, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution in relation to the bridges in Ward 
One, Concord. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows : 

That a committee,consisting of the mayor and the. committee on roads 
and bridges, be, and hereby is, authorized to contract for the construction 
of a new steel bridge across the Oontoocook river in Ward One, and for 
the removal of the present iron bridge across said river and its recon- 
struction and subsitution for the wooden twin bridge, so called, in said 

2 



18 CITY OF CONCORD. 

ward, at a total expense, including repairs aud construction of abut- 
ments, not exceed ug ten thousand dollars. 
Passed April 12, 1*98. 



A Joint Resolution in relation to shingling chief en- 
gineer's HO 

Resolved by the < ity Council of the City of Concord as follows: 
The committee on lands and buildings are hereby authorized and in- 
structed to shing roof of Chief Engineer Greene's house, Warren 
Street. A sum of money sufficient to defray the expense thereof 
shall be appropriated out of the regular appropriation for in Jdentais not 
exceeding the sum of sixt; dollars 
Passed April 12. li 



A Joint Resolution in relation to repairing the fence in the 

REAR OF CHIEF ENGINEER'S HOI 

Resolved by the Citi 01 rd, asfolloios: 

Thai i he commit tee on lauds and buildings be authorized to repair the 
fence at the rear ol the house occupied by Chief Engineer Green . 

An amount necessary to defray the expense thereof to be appropriated 
out of the regular appropriation for incidentals, said sum not to ex- 
ceed tw« nty dollars. 

Passed April 12, 1898, 



A Joint Resolution discontinuing a portion of Chandler street. 
]; solved \ it Cone* rd as follows : 

That that portion of i e highway known as Chandler Street in said 
Concord, as heretofore laid out, which lies between Merrimack Riv- 
er on the cast aud easterly line of Railroad Street i rutherly 
across said Chandler Street on the West be aud the s.ime v. ■ ■■'<) dis- 
continued. 

1'asscd May Id. 1898. 



A Joint Resolution appropriating the sum of twenty nine hol- 
lars AND FIFTY I ENTS ^§29.50) TO SETTLE SUIT OF TRUEWORTHY L. 

FOwler v. Concord. 

Resolved by the City ' 'ouncil of the ' ity of ' '* ncord, as follows; 

That the sum of $29.5 ; be and the same is hereby appropriated out of 
any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated to be paid to 
Trueworthy L. Fowler in settlement of his suit against said City. 

Passed .Mav 10, V 



RESOLUTIONS. 19 

A Joint Resolution Refunding Taxes. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows : 

Th;it the following suras be refunded to the parties herein named for 
taxes illegally paid and that the same be charged to the appropriation 
for incidentals : 

Oscar F. Emmons, $2.10, tax of 1895, paid twice. 

Clarence F. Fipphen, §2.12, tax of 1897, pays in Weare. 

William Cheever, $2.32, tax of 1897, paid twice. 

Passed June 14, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution Making Available funds for the public 

LIBRARY . 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of ( 'oncord as follotos : 

That the sum of nineteen dollars and sixty-nine cents ($19.69) of the 
appropriation for incidentals for the public library be and hereby is 
made available for the payment of bills for the repair of the roof of the 
Public Library building. 

Passed June 14. 1S9S. 



A Joint Resolution authorizing the purchase of flags for the 
Good Will and Alert Hose companies. 

Eesolved by the City Council of the City of Concord^ as follows: 

That the committee on lands and buildings be and hereby is author- 
ized to erect a suitable pole for flying the United States flag at the Alert 
Hose Company house and to procure two flags for the use of the Alert 
and Good Will Hose Companies at a total expense not to exceed thirty 
dollars ($30.00), and that the same be charged to the appropriation for 
incidentals. 

Passed June 14, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution in relation to repairs on Pleasant street, 
in Penacook. 
Resolved by tlu City Council of the City of ('uncord, as follows: 

That the commissioner of highways be instructed to put in repair the 
back wall and sidewalk adjacent to the Concord Street railroad track 
on i leasant street in Penacook, the location of which was recently 
changed by direction of the city government, the expense therefor 
not to exceed eight hundred dollars, to be charged to the appropriation 
for incidentals. 

Passed June 23. 1898. 



20 CITY OF CONCORD. 

A Joint Resolution relating to the appropriation for Fire 

Department. 

Eesolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows : 

Section 1. That the sum of one hundred dollars (§100.00) for the ap- 
propriation for incidentals of the fire department be and the same is 
hereby made available for the purchase of horses. 

Sect. 2. That the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00) of 
the appropriation for incidentals of the fire department be and the 
same is hereby made available for horse hire. 

Sect. 3. That the sum of one hundred and twenty-five dollars 
($125.00) of the appropriation for incidentals of the fire department be 
and the same is hereby made available for fire alarm. 

Passed July 12, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution making available funds for use of Blossom 

Hill Cemetery. 

Eesolved by tin' City Council of the City of Concord as follows: 

That in anticipation of receipts of income from the sale of lots and 
other sources, of the Blossom Hill Cemetery, the auditor be, and 
is hereby authorized to approve bills and accounts against said cemeteiy, 
from this date to the end of the present financial year, to an amount not 
exceeding twenty-five hundred dollars ($2,500.00). And that the 
mayor is hereby authorized to draw his warrantjfor the payment of the 
same. 

Passed August 9, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution providing for the painting of the city 
Building in ward three. 

Eesolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows : 
That the Committee on Land and Buildings be authorized to expend a 
sum of money not exceeding ($225) two hundred and twenty-five dol- 
lars, the same to be charged to the appropriation for incidentals, for the 
painting of the city building in Ward three. 
Passed August 9, 1898. 



A Joint Kesolution appropriating money for Pine Grove Ceme- 
tery. 

Eesolved by tin; City Council of the City of Concord as follows : 
That the sum of ($25.00) twenty-five dollars be, and the same is hereby 
appropriated for the proper use and care of Pine Grove Cemetery. 

And that the same be paid out of any money in the treasury not other- 
wise appropriated. 
Passed August 9, 1898. 



RESOLUTIONS. 



21 



A Joint Resolution making available funds for use of Old 

North Cemetery. 

Besolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows: 

That in anticipation of receipts of income from the sale of lots and 
other sources of the Old North Cemetery, the auditor be, and is hereby 
authorized to approve bills and accounts against said cemetery from this 
date to the end of the present financial year, to an amount not exceeding 
($75.00) seventy-five dollars. And the mayor is hereby authorized to 
draw his warrant for the payment of same. 

Passed August 9, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution authorizing an exchange of land belong- 
ing to the City of Concord, for school purposes and for use of 
the highway department. 

Besolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows: 

That the City of Concord will sell to Union School District the city 
lot, so called, situated between School, Centre and High streets, contain- 
ing about 87,825 square feet, as shown on the plan of said lot, in ex- 
change and full payment f^r the lot of land situated between Warren 
and Pleasant streets, containing about 145,200 square feet, as shown on 
the plan of said lot, provided the said Union School District will pay the 
city a sum not exceeding $1,000 for the expense of removing the city 
buildings from the present city lot to the said Pleasant street lot. 

Resolved, that the mayor be authorized to execute a proper deed to the 
Union School District of the present city lot, and be also authorized to 
receive a deed of the Pleasant street lot from said district in exchange as 
aforesaid. 

Passed August 9, 1898. 



A Joint RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PURCHASE OF DRINKING fountain 
in Ward 1 (Penacook). 

Besolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows: 

That such necessary amount of money, not exceeding ($150.00) one 
hundred and fifty dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated for the 
purchase of a drinking fountain, to be located in a convenient and desir- 
able place in Penacook, Ward 1. And that such sum be paid out of any 
money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated. 

Passed August 9, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution appropriating $24.81 for reimbursing N. E. 

Martin et als. for overpaid taxes. 

That the sum of ($24.81) twenty-four and 81-100 dollars be refunded 
to N. E. Martin and others, — this sum having been paid through error, 



22 CITY OF < ONCORD. 

to the tax collector. And that the same be charged to the appropriation 
for incidentals. 

Passed August 9, 1898. 



A JOINT RESOLUTION RELATING TO THE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FIRE 
DEPARTMENT. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord, as follows: 

Section 1. That the sum of twenty-five dollars ($25.00)be and the same 
is hereby made available for fire alarm, same to be taken from money 
appropriated for vacation-. 

Sec. 2. That the sum of twenty-nine dollars and eight cent- ($29.08) 
be and the same is hereby transferred from vacations to incidentals. 

Passed Sept. 13, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution appropriating two thousand dollars for 

INCIDENTALS AND LAND DAMAGE. 

Resolved by the < 'ity < 'ouncil of the < 'ity of ' 'oncord, as follows: 

That the sum of two thousand dollars (.$2,000.00; be and the same is 
hereby appropriated out of any money in the. treasury not otherwise 
appropriated, to be used for incidental expense and laud damage. 

Passed Sept. 13, 1S98. 



A Joint Resolution appropriating ($21.20) twenty-one and 20- 

100 DOLLARS FOR REIMBURSING FRANK ADAMS FOR OVERPAID 
TAXES. 

Resolved by the < 'ity < '"unci! of the < 'ity of < 'oncord, as follows : 

That the sum of ($21.20) twenty-one and 20-100 dollars be re_ 
funded to Frank Adams, this sum having been paid through error to the 
tax collector. And that the same be charged to the appropriation for 
incidentals and land damage. 

Passed October 11, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution providing for painting prison at police 

STATION. 

Sesolvedby the City Council of the City of Concord, as follows: 

That the committee on lands and buildings be authorized to expend a 
sum of money not exceeding seventy dollars ($70.00) the same to be 
charged to the appropriation for incidentals, for the painting of the east 
side of the prison at the police station, with one coat of white paint. 

Passed October 11, 1898. 



RESOLUTIONS. 23 

A Joint Resolution providing for the completion of repairs on 
Pleasant street in Penacook. 
Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord, as follows: 

That the commissioner of highway* be instructed to complete the 
work in repairing the bank wall and sidewalk, adjacent to the Concord 
street, railroad track on Plearant street, in Penacook, the expense 
therefor, not to exceed the sum of two hundred dollars (-$200.00) to be 
charged to the appropriation for incidental-*. 

Passed October 1 1. 1898. 



A Joint Resolution in relation to the adjournment of the city 

COUNCIL. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord, as follows: 

That, uasmuch as the second Tuesday of November next comes on 
the eighth iust., the same day of the biennial election, the present 
meeting of the Boards of Aldermen and Common Council be adjourned 
to meet Thursday, November 10, 1898, at :i o'clock in the afternoon. 

Parsed October 11. 1898. 



A Joint RESOLUTION RELATING TO APPROPRIATION FOR FIRE DE- 
PARTMENT. 

Resolved by the < Hly < 'ouncil of the City of < 'oncord, as follows : 

That the sum of twenty-five dollars of the appropriation for inciden- 
tals be, and the same i> hereby, made available for fire alarm. 
Passed October 11, 1898. 



A Joi*t Resolution authorizing the sale of a portion of the 
city lot to Union School Dirtrict. 

Resolved by the City Council of the < ity of Concord as follows: 

That all that portion of the City lot. so called, situated west of the 
westerly line of Holt street extei ding northerly from its present term- 
inus on School street, &i d the westerly line of land of the Concord 
Street Railway to < entre street, be sold to the In on Scho -1 District in 
the city of Concord for the sum of two thousand rive hundred ($2,500) 
dollars, said amount to be paid by a note of -aid Union School District 
payable in six mouth- without interest, and the mayor is hereby auth- 
orized to execute in the name of the city a deed of said land to said 
Union School District, an t the city treasurer is hereby authorized to re- 
ceive and accept said note in payment therefor. 

Passed Nov. 10, 1898; 



24 CITY OF CONCORD. 

A Joint Resolution in regard to a Hose House in Ward One. 

Resolved by the City Council of the Cty of Concord as follows : 
That the sum of one hundred dollars ($100) be. and the same is hereby 
appropriated to defray the expense of building a Hose house in Ward 
One, the same to be paid from the amount appropriated for incidental 
expenses, the same to be expended under the direction of the committee 
on land and buildings. 
Passed Nov. 10 1898, 



A Joint Resolution repealing a joint resolution raised August 

9, 1898. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows : 

That the joint resolution passed August 9, 1898, authorizing an ex- 
change of land belonging to the city, for school purposes and for the use 
of the highway department, be, and hereby is repealed. 

Passed Nov. 10, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution relating to the appropriation for Fire De- 
partment. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as folloics : 

Sec. 1. That the sura of sixty dollars of the appropriation for Fire De- 
partment now allotted to Forage be, and the same is hereby made avail- 
able for horsehire. 

Sec. 2. That the sum of fifty dollars of the appropriation for Fire De- 
partment now alloted to Feed be, and the same is hereby made available 
for Fire alarm. 

Passed Nov. 10, 189S. 



A Joint Resolution relating t<> appropriation of highway de- 
partment. 

Resolved by the City ( 'ouncil of the City of Concord as follows: 
That the sum of two hundred dollars of the appropriation for side- 
walks and crossings, new, be and the same is hereby made available for 
Catch Basins. 
Passed Nov. 10, 1898. 



A Joint resolution for the payment of Inspectors of elections 
and Supervisors, for the bif:nnial election, 1898. 

Resolved by the City ('ouncil of the City of Concord, as follows: 

Sec. 1. That the Inspectors of Election be paid for their services, ren- 
dered during the election in November, 1S98, as follows : 
Inspectors on duty in Wards 2, 3, S, and 9 be paid the sum of five dol- 



RESOLUTIONS. 25 

lars each, and the inspectors on duty in Wards 1, 4, 5, 6, and 7 be paid 
the sum of seven dollars each. 

This money, $220, to be paid out of the money appropriated ; for sal- 
aries. 

Sec. 2. That the several Supervisors who served at the biennial elec- 
tion in November, 1898, to be paid the following sums, as set against 
their respective wards. 
Each supervisor iu Ward 1, nine dollars. 
" " " 2, six dollars. 

" " " 3, six dollars and fifty cents. 

" " " 4. twelve dollars. 

" " " 5, nine dollars, and fifty cents. 

" " " 6, twelve dollars. 

" " " 7, ten dollars. 

" " " 8, seven dollars. 

" " *' 9, seven dollars, 

and that the amount $237, be paid out of the appropriation for salaries. 
Passed Dec. 13, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution authorizing transfer of items under ant 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord, as follows: 

That the auditor be and is hereby authorized by transfer from the 
excesses of any item in any general appropriation, to make up any in- 
sufficiencies in any item or items in the same general appropriation. 

Passed December 13, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution appropriating $600 for salaries. 
Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord as follows : 

That the sum of six hundred dollars be and is hereby appropriated 
out of any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, for the 
payment of salaries. 

Passed December 13, 1S98. 



A Joint Resolution appropriating money for incidentals and 

LAND DAMAGES. 

Resolved by the City Council of the City of Concord, as follows: 

That the sum of .$500.00 be and the same is hereby appropriated for 
the incidentals and laud damages' account, out of any money in the 
treasury, not otherwise appropriated. 

Passed December 13, 189S. 



26 CITY OF CONCORD.. 

A Joint Resolution providing for the care ami repair of the 

TOWER CLOCK, PENACOOK. 

Eesolved by the < 'ity ( 'ouncil of thi City of Concord, as follows: 

That tin- sum of thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents be paid to the es- 
tate of William II. Hell for i lie care and repair of the tower clock in 
Penacook. from .Inly 1. L897 to January 1. 1899. 

Said care ami repairs to January 1. 1899 to lie acceptable to Alderman 
Foote and Sanders. 

Passed December :'•!. 1898. 



A Joint Resolution appropriating the sum of $300 to pat claim 
<>f Nellie a. Merrill, guardian or Joshua B. Merrill. 

R< solv< d by tin ( 'ity ( 'ouncil of the ( 'ity of < 'oncord as follows : 
That the sum of three hundred dollars ($300) be and the same is 
hereby appropriated for the purpose of paying to Nellie A. Merrill and 
Nellie A. Merrill Guardian of Joshua B Merrill, the damages awarded 
to them for changing the grade of North Main street and that the same 
shall be chargei to the appropriation for incidentals and land damages. 
Passed December 31, 1898. 



A Joint Resolution appropriating money for part payment of 

Penacook bridges. 

Eesolved by the ''it;/ Council of the City <>(' Concord as follows: 

That upon the recommendation of the committee on finance, the sum 
of thirty-two hundred dollars ($3,200), be, and the same is hereby ap- 
propriated out of any money in the treasury, not otherwise appropri- 
ated, to be paid on account of, and in part payment for, the Penacook 
bridges. 

Passed January 10, 1899. 



A Joint Resolution authorizing an additional truant officer 
for School District No. 20. 

Eesolved by the City Council of the City of Concord, as follows : 
That the school board of school district No. 20' be, and hereby is au- 
thorized to appoint an additional truant officer. 
Passed January 10, 1899. 



A Joint Resolution appropriating money to cover deficiencies 
in the several departments. 

Eesolved by the City Council of the City of Concord, as follovjs: 
That the sum of twenty-three hundred and fifty-seven and eighty- 
three one-hundredths dollars ($2,357.83) be, and the same is hereby 



RESOLUTIONS. 27 

appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appro- 
priated, to pay outstanding claims as follows : 

Incidentals and laud damages .... $850.00 

Salaries ........ 350.00 

Fire Department ...... 75.00 

Public Library ....... 100.00 

White Park . 15.00 

PenacookPark ........ 10.00 

Bradley Bark ....... 10.00 

Old North Cemetery ...... 150.0U 

Liquor Ageucy ....... 418.50 

History Commission ...... 379.24 



$2,357.83 
Passed January 10. 1809. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 

CONCORD, N. H. 

Inaugurated fourth Tuesday in January, biennially. 



1898-9 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

MAYOR. 

Elected biennially in November by the people. Salary, $1,000 per annum . 

ALBERT B. WOODWORTH. 

Office : Acquilla Building. 



ALDERMEN. 

Elected biennially in November by voters of each ward. No salary as 
such, but an allowance for committee service. 

Ward 1— CHARLES E. EOOTE. 

CHARLES H. SANDERS. 
Ward 2— GEORGE A. HOIT. 
Ward 3— FRANK E. DIMOND. 
Ward 4— HARRY R. HOOD. 

JOHN G. McQUILKEN. 

JOHN E. WEBSTER. 
Ward 5— HENRY O. ADAMS. 

JAMES II . ROWELL. 
Ward 6— HOWARD A. KIMBALL. 

ARTHUR F. STURTEVANT. 
Ward 7— HENRY E. CONANT. 

ALBERT S. TRASK. 
Ward 8— WILLIAM A. LEE. 
Ward 9— JAMES M. KILLEEN. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 29 

CITY CLERK. 

Elected biennially in January by City Council. Salary $S00per annum. 
JOSEPH A. COCHRAN. 
Office: City Hall Building. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Elected biennially in November by voters of each ward. No Salary as 
such, but an allowance for committee service. 

President— GEOR( J E W. 1 JU N KER. 

Ward 1— WILLIAM C. SPICER, 
WILLIAM FAY LOR, 

1 1 ard 2— J 01 J X W . S A N 1 H ) K X . 

Ward 3— RUSSELL P. SHEPARD. 

Ward 4— FRED*W. SO >TT. 
FRANK H. SMITH. 
EBEN .M. WILLIS. 

Ward 5— GEOR( i E W. BU X K ER . 
EDWARD E. LANE. 

Ward 6— HENRY B. COLBY- 
ETHAN X. SPENCER. 

Ward 7— ALBERT P.^DAVIS. 
DAVID A. WELCH. 

Ward 8— CHARLES L. NORRIS. 

Ward 9— ALBERT ( J RA XT. 

CLERK OF COMMON COUNCIL. 

Elected biennially iu January by Common Council. Salary $50 per 

annum. 

HARVEY P. SANBORN. 

Office : Sanborn's Block. 



30 CITY OF CONCORD. 

JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE CITY COUNCIL. 

Aldermen appointed l>y Mayor, and Councilmeu appointed by President 
of Common Council, biennially in January. 

On Finance — The Mayor; Aldermen Webster and Sanders ; Coun- 
cilmen Spencer and Willis. 

On Accounts and Claims. — Aldermen Hood and Adams; Conn, 
oilmen Colby and Shepard. 

On Lands and Buildings — Aldermen Adams and Trask ; Council- 
men Scott and Norris. 

On Public Instruction — Aldermen Sunders and Conanl : Council- 
men Willis and Shepard. 

On Paries and Commons — Aldermen Kimball and Killeen ; Coun- 
cilmeu Davis and Smith. 

On Roads and Bridges — Aldermen Rowell and Dimond; Council- 
men Smith and Welch. 

On Fire Department — Aldermen Sturtevant and Lee: Councilmen 
Scot! and Spicer. 

On Lighting Streets — Aldermen McQuilken and Kimball; Coun- 
cilmen Lane and Grant. 

On Cemeteries — Aldermen Webster and Kimball ; Councilmen Tay 
lor and Sanborn. 

STANDING COMMITTEES IN BOARD 01 MAYOR AND ALDERMEN. 

Appointed biennially by the Mayor. 
On Elections and Returns — Aldermen Hood and Lee. 
On Engrossed Ordinances — Aldermen Hoit and Webster. 
On Bills, Second Reading — Aldermen Trask and Foote. 
On Police and Licenses — Aldermen Killeen and McQuilken. 

()N SEWERS AM> DRAINS. 

Elected biennially in January by board of Aldermen. 
The Mayoi : Aldermen Rowell, Dimond, Sanders, and Hoit. 

ON STREETS AND SIDEWALKS. 

Elected biennially in January by Board of Aldermen. 
The Mayor; Aldermen, Conant, Foote. and Sturtevant. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 31 

STANDING COMMITTEES IN COMMON COUNCIL. 
Appointed biennially in January by President of Common ouncil. 

On Elections and Returns — Councilmen Spencer and Taylor. 
On Bills, Second Reading — Councilmen Colby and Lane. 
On Engrossed Ordinances — Councilmen Spicer and Nbrris. 



CITY TREASURER. 

Elected biennially in January by City Cornell. Bond to t lie acceptance 
of tbe Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Salary 8250 per annum. 

WILLIAM F. THAYER. 

Office: First National Bank. 



CITY AUDITOR. 

Appointed biennially by the Mayor with the approval of the Board of 
Aldermen. Salary $1,000 per annum. 

JAMES O. LYFORD.* 

Office: (ivy Hall Building. 



CITY ENGINEER. 

Elected biennially in January by ( it v < ouncil. Salary, $1,500 per annum. 

WILL B. HOWE. 

Office: 17 Dutton's Block. 



CITY MESSENGER. 

Elected biennially in January by City Coun il. Salarj $600 per annum. 

EDWARD A. STEVENS. 



COLLECTOR OF TAXES. 

Elected annually in January by board of Mayor and Aldermen. Bond 
within six days to satisfaction of the board". Salary, five mills for each 
dollar of first $60,000; seven and one half mills for each dollar over 
$60,000. 

WENDELL P. LA 1)1). 
Office: Smith's Block. 
*Resigned. JOHN B. ABBOTT Appointed July 1, 1898. 



32 CITY OF CONCORD. 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT. 

President, JOHN C. ORDWAY. 
Secretary, MARY P. WOODWORTH. 
Moderator, CHAS. C. DANFORTH. 
Clerk, LOUIS C. MERRILL. 
Auditors, JOSEPH C. A. HILL, 
WM. Y EATON. 

Three elected annually in March by voters of Union School District. 
Salary, $250 per annum for the board. 

HARRY' P. DEWEY, Term expires March, 1899. 

1899. 
1899. 
1900. 
1900. 
1900. 
1901. 
1901. 
1901. 



MARY r P. WOODWORTH, 
ELIPHALET F. PHILBRICK, 
JOHN C. ORDWAY, 
SUSAN J. WOODWARD, 
HENRY F. HOLLIS, 
AMOS J. SHURTLEFF, 
WILLIS D. THOMPSON, 
HENRY C. BROWN, 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. 

union school district. 

Appointed annually in July by Board of Education. Salary $l,SOo 

per annum. 

LOUIS J. RUNDLETT. 

Office : High School Building, School Street. 

PEXACOOK DISTRICT NO. 20. 

One member of Board of Education elected annually in March by voters 
of District Salary, $27 per annum for the board. 

HENRY" ROLEE, Term expires March, 1899. 

IRA PHILLIPS, " " " 1900. 

A.L.PARKER, " " " 1901. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 33 



TOWN DISTRICT. 



Comprising all Districts in the city except Union School District and 
No. 20. Elected annually in March by voters of district. Salary, 
$125 per annum for the board. 

GEORGE T. ABBOTT, Term expires March, 1899. 

FALES P. VIRGIN, " " " 1900. 

ALBERT SALTMARSH, " " " 1901. 



TRUANT OFFICERS. 

Appointed biennially in .January by Board of Mayor and Aldermen 
Salary as such, none. 

JAMES E. HAND. 
DANIEL S. FLANDERS. 
ERED N. EATON. 
JAMES KELLEV. 
CHARLES E. KELLEV. 
CHARLES W. HALL. 
W. D. BARRETT. 
JOHN E. GAY. 
ELMER J. BROWN. 
CHARLES IE ROVVE. 
THOMAS P. DAVIS. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

TRUSTEES. 

Elected biennially in January by City Council. Salary, none. 

Ward I— CHARLES II. SANDERS. 
Ward 2— JOHN E. ERYE. 
Ward 3— PAUL R. HOLDEN. 
Ward 4— JOHN M. MITCHELL. 

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34 OTV OF CONCORD. 

Ward 5— AMOS J. SHURTLEFF. 
Ward 6— JAMES S. NORRIS. 
Ward 7— WILLIAM W. FLINT. 
Ward 8— EDSON .1. HILL. 
Ward 9— MOSES II. BRADLEY. 



LIBRARIAN. 

Elected annually by Trustees <>f Library. Salary, #800 per annum. 

GRACE BLANCHARD. 



ASSISTANTS. 
Salary, $450 per annum. 

CLARA F. BROWN 
ADAH M. COLBY. 
WINNIE I. JAMES. 

Fowler Library Building. 



ASSESSORS. 



Elected biennially by voter? of each ward. Salary, S3 per day of actual 

sen ice. 

Ward 1— OLIVER J. FIFIELD. 
Ward 2— WILLIAM A. COWLEY. 
Ward 3 — JOSEPH E. SHEPARD. 
Ward 4— DANIEL C. WOODMAN. 
Ward 5— GEORGE F. UNDERHILL. 
Ward 6— GEORGE S. DENNETT. 
Ward 7— .JONATHAN B. WEEKS. 
Ward S— JOHN J. LEE. 
Ward 9— JAMES AHERN. 



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35 



CITY WATER-WORKS. 

WATER COMMISSIONERS. 

Two appointed annually in March, for four years, by board of 
and Aldermen. Salary, none. 

ALBERT B. WOODWORTH, Mayor, ex-officio. 



Mayor 



WILLIAM M. MASON, 
EDSON J. HILL, 
JOHN WHITTAKER, 
EBENEZER B. HUTCHINSON, 
SOLON A. CARTER, 
FRANK D. ABBOT, 
WILLIAM P. FISKE, 
WILLIAM E. HOOD, 



Term expires March 31, 



1899. 
1899. 
1900. 
1900. 
1901. 
1901. 
1902. 
1902. 



President — William P. Fiske. 
Clerk, — Arthur II. Chase. 



SUPERINTENDENT OF WATER-WORKS. 

Elected annually iu April by water commissioners. Salary $1,800 per 

annum. 

V. CHARLES HASTINOS. 

Office; White's Block. Capitol Street. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

CHIEF ENGINEER. 

Appointed by Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Term Unlimited. Sal- 
ary $950 per annum and Ren; of House. 



WILLIAM C. GREEN. 



36 CITY OF CONCORD. 

ASSISTANT ENGINEERS. 

Appointed by the board of Mayor and Aldermen. Term Unlimited. 

FOR PRECIX< T. 

Salary, $125 each per annum. 

JOHN J. McNULTY. 

WILLIAM E. DOW. 

FOR PENACOOK. 
Salary, $25 per annum. 
ABIAL W. ROLFE. 

FOR EAST CONCORD. 

Salary, $10 per annum. 

JOHN e. frye. 

FOR WEST CONCORD. 

Salary $10 per annum. 

GEORGE W. KEMP. 



STEWARD FIRE STATION, PENACOOK. 

Appointed by board of Mayor and Alderman. 
LESLIE H. GROWTH ER. 



STEWARD FIRE STATION, EAST CONCORD. 
CHAN. P. WHITE. 



STEWARD FIRE STATION, WEST CONCORD. 
PATRICK CONWAY. 



SUPERINDENT OF CITY CLOCKS. 

Appointed by board of Mayor and Aldermen. Salary, $85 per annum. 

JOHN P. PAIGE. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 37 

INSPECTOR OF ELECTRIC WIRES. 

Elected annually on or before April 1. Salary, 40 cents per hour for 

actual service rendered, paid by the person or company owning 

the wires. 

FRED W. LANDON. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 
POLICE JUSTICE. 

A|)| ointed by Governor and Council. Salary, 800 per annum, fixed by 

City Council. 

BENJAMIN E. BADGER. 

Office, Police Station. 



SPECIAL POLICE JUSTICE. 

Appointed by Governor and Council. Salary, $2 per day of actual 

service. 

AMOS J. SHURTLEFF. 



CITY SOLICITOR. 

Elected biendly in January by City Council. Salary, 8500 per anuum. 
HARRY G. SARGENT. 
Office, 60 North Main Street. 



CLERK OF POLICE COURT. 

Appointed by Police Justice. Salary, $200 per anuum, fixed by the 

Legislature. 

HARRY R. HOOD. 



38 CITY OF CONCORD. 

CITY MARSHALL. 

Appointed by the Police Commissioners. Term unlimited. Bond of 
$1,000 required. Salary, .$1,200 per annum. 

GEORGE S. LOCKE. 

Office: Police Station. 



ASSISTANT CITY MARSHALL. 

Appointed by Police Commissioners. Term unlimited. Salary, $900 

per annum. 

JAMES E. HANI). 



REGULAR POLICE AND NIGHTWATCH. 

Appointed by Police Commissioners. Salary, §800 each per annum. 

Daniel S. Flanders, Captain of Night Watch. 
Fred M. Eaton, Charles W. Hall, 

Whitney D. Barrett, John G. Putnam, 

James Kelley, Charles H. Rowe, 

John E. Gay, Samuel L. Batchelder, 



SPECIAL RESERVE OFFICERS. 

Geo. H. Silsby, Captain and Drill Master. 

John T. Batchelder, Alvin H. Urann, 

Win. H. H. Patch, Geo. D. Worth, 

W. A. Little, Win. R. Green, 

W. A. Flanders, Thomas P. Davis, 

O. H. Bean, Abiel C. Abbott, 

Hoyt Robinson, Harvey H. Oakes, 

Irving B. Robinson, Geo. N. Fellows, 

Geo. W. Cliesley, Charles E. Kelley. 



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39 



SPECIAL POLICE OFFICERS. 

Appointed by Police Commissioners. Salary, *2 each per day for actual 

service. 



Robert Crowther, 
Eli Hanson. 
Clark D. Stevens. 
Moody S. Farnun, 
Almali C. Leavitt, 
Oscar F. Richardson, 
Orlando I. Godfrey, 
Richard P. Sanborn, 
Edward H. Dixon, 
William J. Ahem, 
George W. Waters, 
Henry A. Rowell. 
Joseph C. Eaton. 
Napoleon B. Burleigh, 
Edward II. Haskell, 
.John H. Carr, 
Edward M. Nason, 
James M. Jones, 
Albert F. Smith, 
Charles II. Dudley, 
George E. Davis, 
Charles M. Norris, 
John J. Crowley, 



Alphonso Vene, 
Robert Hill, 
John T. Kimball, 
James F. Ward, 
Horace Phi miner, 
Charles E. Palmer, 
Henry C. Mace, 
Justus O. Clark, ■ 
Charles H. Richardson, 
Ira C. Phillips, 
Lewis C. Stevenson, 
W . II. Meserve, 
Moses T. Rowell, 
Charlie C. Plumer, 
Edward C. Hussey, 
Horace B. Annis. 
John Knowlton, 
Rufus C. Boynton, 
Milton Colby, 
Ashbury F. Tandy, 
Henry J. Durrell, 
Patrick McGuire, 



STREET DEPARTMENT. 
COMMISSIONER OF HIGHWAYS. 

Elected annually in January by City Council. Bond $3,000. Salary, 
$1,400 per annum. 

ALFRED CLARK. 

Office : 4 Dutton's Block. North Main Street. 



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CITV OF CONCORD. 



Appointed annually in Januar 

No salary. 

Lyman R. Fellows. 
Leonard W. Lean. 
William Rowell, 
Simeon Partridge, 
J. Henry Sanborn, 
Zeb F. Swain, 
George S. Milton, 
Clarence W. Williams, 
O. II. T. Richardson. 
Michael J. Lee, 
Daniel Mandigo, 
Edward II Randall. 
Michael C. Case v. 
Timothy Kenna, 
James Cassidy, 
B. Frank Varney, 
Alvah C. Ferrin. 



LICENSED DRAIN- LAYERS. 

v by board of Mayor and Aldermen. 



Isaac Baty, 
W. Arthur Lean, 
Henry II. Morrill, 
Fred L. Plummer, 
Miles F. Farmer, 
Charles L. Norris, 
Charles L. Fellows, 
Thomas Matthews 
I). Warren Fox, 
Daniel Haslam, 
Michael Bateman, 
William A. Lee, 
Richard J. Lee, 
Francis W. Presby, 
Patrick A. Clifford, 
Seth R. Hood, 
Rufus F. ( rale. 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 

Elected biennially in January by Board of Mayor and Aldermen. 
Ward 1— CHARLES F. FOOTE, Penacook. 

Salary. $30 per annum. 

Ward 2— GEORGE A. HOIT, East Concord. 

Salary, $10 per annum. 

Wards 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9— JOSEPH A. COCHRAN, 
City Hall. 



Salary. $200 per annum. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 41 

CITY PHYSICIAN. 

Elected biennially in January by City Council. Salary, $1 for each 
visit to city poor. 

DR. CHANCEY ADAMS. 

Office : 15 South State Street. 



ASSISTANT CITY PHYSICIAN. 

Elected biennially in January by City Council. Salary, $1 for each 
visit to city poor. 

DR. HENRY C. HOLBROOK. 

Office : Penacook. 



HEALTH OFFICERS. 

One elected annually in March, for three years, by City Council. Salary 

$25 per annum. 

EDGAR A. CLARK, M. D., Term expires March, 1899. 

DENNIS E. SULLIVAN, M. 1)., "' k> 1900. 

EDWARD N. PEARSON, " ' r 1001. 



SANITARY OFFICER. 

Nominated by Board of Health in April and confirmed by the City Coun- 
cil. Salary, $800 per annum. 

CHARLES E. PALMER. 

Office: 3 Dutton's Block, North Main Street. 



REGISTRAR OF YITAL STATISTICS. 

The City Clerk is made Registrar by General Laws, Fees, 15 cents for 
each birth, marriage, and death received, recorded and returned to 
the State Registrar. 

JOSEPH A. COCHRAN. 

Office: Citv Hall. 



42 CITY OF COKCORD. 

CITY LIQUOR AGENT. 

Appointed annually in January bv the Board <>t Mayor and Aldermen. 
Salary. $600 per annum. 

MOSES LADD. 

Office: 1G8 North Main Street. 



PARK COMMISSIONERS. 

Two appointed annually in January, for three years, by Board of Mayor 
and Aldermen. No salary. 

WILLIAM P. FISKE, Term expires January, 1899. 

GEORGE A. YOUNG, " " 1899. 

BEN C. WHITE, " " 1900. 

WILLIS G. C. KIMBALL, * k " 1900. 

WILLIS D. THOMPSON, » " 1901. 

GARDNER B. EMMONS, " " 1901. 



CEMETERY COMMITTEES. 

One from each ward (except Wards 4. 5, 6, 8, 9, and part of Ward 7, 
consolidated) elected annually in January, for three years, by City 
Council. Salaiy, none. 

WARD 1. 
JOHN A. COBURN, Term expires January 1899. 

D. WARREN FOX, " " 1900. 

JOHN WHITTAKER, " " 1901. 

WARD 2. 
JOSEPH E. PLUMER, Term expires January 1899. 

SCOTT FRENCH, " " 1900. 

CYRUS R. ROBINSON, " '■ 1901. 

AVARD 3. 

GEORGE R. PARMENTER, Term expires January, 1899. 

JOHN E. GAY, " " 1900. 

JAMES M. CROSSMAN, " " 1901. 






CITY GOVERNMENT. 43 

WARD 7. 
FRANK G. PROCTOR, Term expires January, 1899. 

ISAAC N. ABBOTT, " " 1900. 

ALFRED CLARK, " k ' 1901. 



COMMISSIONERS OF CEMETERIES. 
FOR WARDS 4, 5, 6, 8. 9, AND PART OF WARD 7. 

Two members appointed annually in March, for three years, by Board 
of Mayor and Aldermen. Salary, none. 

CHARLES S. PARKER, Term expires January. 1899. 

OBADIAII MORRILL, " " 1899. 

GEORGE A. FOSTER, " " L900. 

GEORGE O. DICKERMAN, l - " 1900. 

JOHN E. ROBERTSON, " " 1901. 

FRANK P. ANDREWS. " " L901. 



UNDERTAKERS. 

Elected biennially in .January by <"ity Council. Salary, none. 

FOR OLD NORTH AND BLOSSOM HILL CEMETERIES. 

HAMILTON A. KENDALL, 
GEORGE W. WATERS, 
FRANK A. DAME, 
AUSTIN W. JONES, 
LOUIS A. LANE, 
OLIVER M. SHEPLEE, 

FOR WOODLAWN CEMETERY, PENACOOK. 

J. FRANK HASTINGS, 
OLIVER J. FIFIELD. 

FOR EAST CONCORD CEMETERY. 

JOSEPH E. PLUMER. 

FOR WEST CONCORD CEMETERY. 

ALYIN C. POWELL. 



44 CITY OF CONCORD. 

FOB MILLVILLE CEMETERY 
WILLIAM H. CURRIER. 
FOR SOUCOOK CEMETERY. 
GEORGE G. JENNESS. 



INSPECTOR OF PETROLEUM. 

Appointed annually in January by Board of Mayor and Aldermen. 
Fees, one fourth cent per gallon for inspection, paid by owner of oil. 

GEORGE H. ROLFE. 



FENCE- VIEWERS 

Elected annually in January by City Council. Fees, $2 each per day 
paid by parties interested. 

GEORGE W. CHESLEY, 
CHARLES P. ROWELL, 
MOSES H. BRADLEY. 



FISH AND GAME WARDENS. 

Elected annually in January by City Council. Xo fees. 

J. IRVING IIOYT. 
FALES P. VIRGIN. 
JOHN II. SEAVEY. 
DANIEL B. NEWHALL. 
HARLEY B. ROBY. 
CHARLES B. CLARKE. 
FRANK BATTLES. 
WILLIAM ROBY. 
JOSEPH A. MOORE. 
LOREN S. RICHARDSON. 
FRANK S. MOULTON. 
FRANK L. WORTHEN. 
HENRY McGIBNEl r . 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 1 ■"> 



HARRISON A. ROBY. 
CHARLES TRENOWETH. 
FRANK G. MASON. 



FOUND KEEPER. 

Elected annually in January by City Council. Fees, two cents each for 
impounding sheep, and five cents each for all other creatures, 'paid 
by owners. 

GEORGE PARTRIDGE. 



SEALERS OF LEATHER. 

Elected annually in January by City Council. Fees, reasonable price 
pa ill by person employing. 

JOHN C. THORNE. 
CYRUS R. ROBINSON. 
DAVID E. EVERETT. 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

Elected annually in January by City Council. Fees, for sealing each 
scale beam, steelyard, or scale. 25 cents, and lor each measure, 10 
cents; five or more to one person, half price— paid by owners of 
scales or measures. 

E. M. COGSWELL. 

Office; City Hall. 



CULLER OF STAVES. 

Elected biennially in January by City Counci'. Fees,hbl. staves. "28 cents; 
hhd. staves, 34 cents ; pipe staves, 40 cents; butt staves. 45 cents; 
hoops, 50 cents ; heading, 33 cents per M— paid by party for whom 
culling is done. 

GEORGE F. II AY WARD. 



46 CITY OF CONCORD. 

WEIGHERS OF HAY, COAL, ETC. 

Elected annually in January by City Council. Fees, reasouable price 

per load; paid by party requiring service. 

Orin T. Cartel'. George B. Whittredge, 

Arthur G. Stevens, Charles T. Page. 

D. Arthur Brown, 'William F. Carr, 

John N. Hill, .Frank E. Gale, 

Iliranfo. Marsh, Frederick H. Savory, 

Thomas Hill, Hvarts McQuesten, 

John II. Meiver. Oscar E. Smith, 

A. II. Campbell, Amos Blanchard, 

0. F. Richardson, Mark M. Blanchard, 

Charles H. Day. Lunnan R. Goodrich, 

Edward M. Proctor, .lames II. Harrington, 

Alvah L. Powell Simeon Partridge. 

Seth R. Dole. Daniel Crowley, Jr., 

Arthur X. Day. Fred A. Crocker, 

Lyman P>. Foster, Alfred Beddow, 

William II. Meserve, ( harles II. Cook. 



(SURVEYORS OF PAIS TING. 

Elected annually in January by City Council. Fees, reasonable price 
paid by party employing. 

Giles Wheeler. Benjamin Bilsborough, 

Edward A. Moulton, Alvin H. Urann, 

George Abbott, Jr., Fred Rollins, 
Charles E. Savory, 



til'RVEVOR OF 3IASOXRY. 

Elected annually iu January by City Council. Fees, reasonable price, 

paid by party employing. 

Giles Wheeler, Leonard W. Bean, 

Peter W. Webster, 0. H. T. Richardson, 

William H. Eenney, Moses B. Smith, 



CITV GOVERNMENT. 



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Lyman R. Fellows, 
Fred L. Plumnier, 
Charles L. Fellows, 



.Tames E. Randlett, 
William Rowell, 



SURVEYORS OF STOKE. 

E lected annually in January by City Council. Fees, reasonable, price 
paid by party employing. 



Giles Wheeler, 



George F. Sanborn. 



SURVEYORS OF WOOD, LUMBER AND BARK. 

Elected biennially in January by City Council. Fees, for surveying 
shingles and clapboard, 4 cents per M ; boards and timber, 16 cents 
per M; measuring cord wood, 4 cents per cord or load, or 40 cents 
per hour lor over u\ * nt\ e<i ds— paid by i erson employing. 



Arthur G. Stevens. 
John Ballard, 
.lames V. Nelson, 
Jonathan B. Weeks, 
Charles Couch, 
Wallace M. Howe, 
Daniel K. Richardson, 
John II, Rolfe, 
William Ballard, 
John T. Batchelder, 
Thomas 1). Avery, 
Timothy Carter, 
Weston Cofran, 
Augustine C. Cartel', 
John A. Blackwood, 
Walter W. Cochran, 
Philip Flanders. 
Gilbert II. Seavey, 
Cvrus Runnells, 
David F. Everett, 
Silvester P. Danforth, 



George Partridge, 
Oliver .1. Fifield, 
bales 1'. Virgin, 
Charles II. Day, 
Hiram O. Marsh, 
Edward Runn< is, 
Lowell Eastman, 
Andrew S. Farnum, 
John C. Linehan, 
Curtis White, 
John X. Hill. 
Abner C. Holt, 
Levi M. Shannon, 
Charles M . Brown, 
Joseph E. Hutchinson. 
Thomas Hill, 
Charles T. Page. 
Fred A. Eastman, 
Fred (i. Chandler, 
John Potter, 
George C. Morgan, 



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Charles W. Hardy, 
Alfred Clark, 
John F. Scott, 
John Whitaker, 
J. Frank Hastings, 
Edgar 1). Eastman, 
Peter W. Webster, 
George W. Abbott, 
Arthur N. Day, 
Edward M. Proctor, 
Alvertus Evans, 
John C. Farrand, 
Fred W. Scott. 



Edward II. Dixon, 
Henry Rolfe, 
Horace F. Paul, 
Eugene H. Davis, 
William F. Hoyt, 
Albert Saltmarsh, 
Justus O. Clark, 
William Badger, 
Silas Wiggin, 
Frank L. Sawyer, 
Edward Stevens, 
Edward L. Davis, 
Nathaniel P. Richardson, 



WARD OFFICERS. 

SELECTMEN. 

Ward 1— HORACE I). BEAN. 

JOHN M. MESERVE. 

WALTER H. ROLFE. 
Ward i>— RUFUS C. BOYNTON. 

ALBERT J. MORRILL. 

JOSEPH WELCOME. 
Ward 3 — JUSTIN (). CLARK. 

A. C. POWELL. 

ALBERT W. IIOBBS. 
Ward 4— ROY E. GEORGE. 

J. WESLEY PLUMMER. 

GEORGE F. SMITH. 
Ward ."» — JAMES E. SEWALL. 

CHARLES E. SMITH. 

CUR ITS WHITE. 
Ward 0— HARLAN A. FLANDERS, 

J. EDWARD MORRISON. 

CHARLES H. CARROLL. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 19 



Ward 7— ARTHUR E. MAXAM. 

FRANK C. PENDERGAST 

ALFRED II. WALKER. 
Ward 8— ARTHUR COLTON. 

ALMAII C. LEAVITT. 

WILLIAM E. STANDISH. 
Ward !)— FRED C. COATES. 

JOHN OPIE. 

JAMES McGUIRE. 



SIPERYISOKS OF CHECK LISTS. 

Ward 1— WILLIAM II. MESSERVE. 

LI) WIN B. PRESCOTT. 

HORACE B. SHERBURNE. 
Ward 2— JAMES C. CARLETON, 

GEORGE McC. SANBORN. 

FRANK V. OSGOOD. 
Ward 3— TIMOTHY GREEN. 

CHARLES II. QUINN. 

FRED F. TUCKER. 
Ward 4— EDWARD II. DIXON. 

JOHN B. ABBOTT. 

EVERETT II. RUNNELS. 
Ward .".—WILLIAM M. MASON. 

ROBERT II. ROLFE, 

JOS FPU P. SARGENT. 
Ward 6— LYSANDER II. CARROLL. 

FRANK CRESS Y. 

WILLIAM H. KINO. 
Ward 7— JAMES F. KFLLEY. 

DANA G. PRESCOTT. 

FORREST L. WFLLMAN. 
Ward 8— GEORGE G. JENNESS. 

FREDERICK J. SEXTON. 

ALBION 15. STEARNS. 



50 cm OF CONCORD. 

Ward 9— CHARLES J. FRENCH. 
MICHAEL G. GANNON. 
FRED .!. SANBORN. 



WARD CLERKS 

Ward 1— LESLIE II. CROWTHER. 
Ward 2— SAMUEL L. FRENCH. 
Ward 3— THOMAS E. PENTLAND. 
Ward 4— HARVEY P. SANBORN. 
Ward 5— GEORGE E. CHESLEY. 
Ward 6— HOWARD M. COOK.* 
Ward 7— GEORGE B. WHITTREDGE. 
Ward 8— MEDARD M. ISABEL. 
Ward 9— DAVID SULLIVAN. 

*Resia:nedARTHUR II. BRITTON elected. 



MODERATORS 

Ward I— SAMUEL N. BROWN. 
Ward 2— CHARLES II. SANBORN. 
Ward 3— DANIEL W. WILCOX. 
Ward 4— BENJAMIN E. BADGER. 
Ward 5— CHARLES C. DANFORTH. 
Ward 6— DANIEL E. HOWARD. 
Ward 7— GEORGE I). B. PRESCOTT 
Ward 8— JAMES T. GORDON. 
Ward .—•RED N. MARDEN. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 51 

MAYORS OF THE CITY OF CONCORD. 

The original charter of the city was adoptedjby the inhabitants March 

10, 1853, and until 1880 the Mayor was elected annually. Since 18S0 

the Mayor iias been elected for two years at each biennial election in 

November. 

Hon. JOSEPH LOW . . . L853-'54. 

RUFUS CLEMENT * . . . '-io. 

JOHN ABBOTT . 1856-'57-'58. 

MOSES T. WTLLARI) 1859-60. 

MOSES HUMPHREY . . 1861-'62. 

BENJAMIN F. GALE . . L863-'6.4. 

MOSES HUMPHREY . . '65. 

JOHN ABBOTT . . . L866-'67. 

LYMAN I). STEVENS l868-'69. 

ABRAHAM G. .JONES . . 1870-71. 

JOHN KIMBALL . . l872-'73-'74-'75. 

GEORGE A. PILLSBURY . . 1876-'77. 

HORACE A. BROWN t ■ • 1878-'79-'80. 

GEORGE A. CUMMLNGSJ . L880-'81-'8^. 

KDGAR II. WOODMAN . . i883-'84-'85-'86. 

JOHN E. ROBERTSON . . L887-'88. 

ST1LLMAN HUMPHREY . L889-'90. 

HENRY W. (LAPP . . . L891-'92. 

PARSONS B. COGSWELL . . L893-'94. 

HENRY ROBINSON . . . l895-'96. 

ALBERT 15. WOODWORTH . . L897-'98. 

* Died in office January 13, 1856. 
t Term closed in November, 1880. 
J Term commenced November, 1880. 



CITY PROPERTY. 

Having Value but not considered Available Assets. 



The following is an abstrad of the inventory of the property 
of the city made by the city auditor and the heads of the va- 
rious departments. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 
Central Fire Station. 
Building and lot . . . $35,000.00 

Miscellaneous property in main building 1 . 1 <J <s . ."» < ) 

basement . 124.7.") 

shed . 536.50 

shop . 75.60 

stable . 162.50 

Ten horses . . . 1,500.00 

New iron bedsteads, increase . . 40.no 

—$38,597.85 
Kearsarge Steamer Company. 
1 steam fire engine . . . $3,000.00 

Miscellaneous property . . . 646.60 

$3,646.60 

Eagle Steamer Company. 

1 steam fire engine . . . $3,800.00 

Miscellaneous property . . 618.50 

$4,418.50 

Governor Hill Steamer Company. 
1 steam fire eugine . . . $3,000.00 

Miscellaneous property . . . 35.90 

$3,035.90 



CITY PROPERTY. 



Hook and Ladder Company. 
1 ladder truck . . . $400.00 

Ladders and miscellaneous property . 727. 25 



Chemical Engine Company. 
1 chemical engine . . . $1,550.00 

Miscellaneous property . . • 136.75 

Good Will Hose Company. 
Building .... $6,500.00 

1 hose wagon .... 300.00 

1 horse ..... 150.00 

Miscellaneous property . . • 321.90 

Alert Hose Company. 
Building .... 8;'., 200. 00 

1 hose wagon .... 300.00 

1 horse ..... 150. 00 

Miscellaneous property . . • 371). 25 



Pioneer Steamer Company. 
Building and lot . . . $7,500.00 

New hose house . . • • 100.00 

Heating apparatus . . . 400.00 

1 :-team fire engine . . . 2,000.00 

1 hose wagon . . . 100.00 

Sampson wagon jack . ■ 5.75 

3 pony extinguishers .... 50.00 
Miscellaneous property . . . 131.00 



$1,127.25 



11,686.75 



57,271.90 



$4,029.25 



$10,286. 



Old Fort Engine Company. 

Building and lot . . . $3,000.00 

1 1 1 unneman hand-engine . . 200.00 

3 ony extinguishers . . . 75.00 

Miscellaneous property . . 111.75 



t/4 CITY OF CONCORD. 

Cataract Engine Company. 

Building and lot . . . $8,500.00 

1 Hunnemaa band engine . . 200.00 

1 hose neel .... 50.00 

Heating apparatus . . . 100.00 

Miscellaneous property . . 117.75 

$8,967.75 



$86,445. lb 
Fire-alarm apparatus . . . $9,250.00 

Fabric hose, 11,400 feet; leather hose, 450 

feet good, 550 feet poor . . 6,000.00 

Residence chief engineer . . . 8,000.00 

Heating apparatus . . . 100.00 

$18,350.u0 

Pioneer Engine House. 

Ward room and hall furniture . . .. 70 50 

Old Port Engine House. 

Furniture ...... 69.00 

Cataract Engine House. 
Furniture ...... 71.25 



$105,01(3.00 



STREET DEPARTMENT, 
Central District. 
1 steam roller , . . . , $2000 

9 sprinklers and fixtures . . . 2000 

1 portable crusher plant . . • 1200 

1 stationary crusher plant . . . 800 

8 horses ..... 600 

1 sand house . . . • -50 
3 sets double harness . . . 75 

2 single harness . . . .15 
1 tip cart harness . . • .10 



CITY PROPERTY. 



55 



4 two horse carts . . • 300 

1 one horse cart . . . .25 

1 stake wagon .... 50 

1 stone wagon . . . .50 

3 two horse sleds .... 200 
1 two horse dump sled ... 40 

1 one horse sled . . . .15 

2 snow rollers . . . . 150 
2 stone rollers . . . . 100 
2 road machines . . . .100 

4 wing snow plows . . . .100 
7 common snow plows . . . 25 

1 street sweeper . . . .100 

2 hand carts . . • • .40 
1 boom derrick . . . . 80 
1 garbage furnace . . . -500 
Lumber . . . . .150 
Curbstone . . . . .HO 
Miscellaneous Property . . . 260 

West Concord District. 
Miscellaneous property . . Si 8.00 

Penacook District. 

Miscellaneous property . . $22 00 



*s,:>25 



$i.s.oo 



$22 00 



Sh,;m;:..oo 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Police station .... $25,000.00 

1 horse ..... 100.00 

1 fcarneas .... 15.00 

1 two-seated wagon . . . 75.00 

1 pung sleigh . . 15.00 

1 ambulance .... 100.00 

1 safe ..... 50.00 



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CITY OF CONCORD. 



2 robes 

1 roll-top desk 

1 roll-top de.sk 
Blankets 

Desk and chair at Penacook 
6 tables 
1 1 setters 
87 chairs 

2 clocks 

70 police badges 
1 C> policemen's coats 
2-s belts 
28 night clnbs 

I 1 short clnbs 

I I Colt's revolveis 
15 pairs handcuffs 
54 helmets 
Miscellaneous property 



Engineering Dept. 
1 Buff and Berger transit 
1 Buff?and Berger level 
1 Plani meter . 

1 case drawing instruments 
112 foot drawing table 
1 7 foot drawing table 
1 blue print frame 
1 typewriter and table 
1 *afe . . . . 

1 desk .... 

T squares, triangles and miscellaneous 
propei ty .... 



Sewer Department. 
1 Lidgerwood double drum hoisting engine 



10.00 
20.00 
12.00 
4.00 
If). 00 
20.00 
11.00 
25.00 
12. CO 

100.00 
10.00 
28.00 

14.00 

100.00 

60 00 

lo.no 
in.oo 



$150.00 
50.00 

25. oo 
12.00 
75 00 

20.00 

30.00 

50.00 
50.00 
25.00 

100.00 



$500.00 



I5.9K 



$587.00 



CIT1" PKOPERTY. 57 

1 engine bouse . . . .40.00 
4 dozen Sewer braces . . . HO. 00 

2 No. 3 Edson pumps . . . 40. 0u 
500 ft. hose for flushing . . 150.00 
4 dozen picks .... 20.00 
2 dozen sbovels . . . 10.00 
Pipe ar.d slants .... 25.00 
Miscellaneous property . . . 75.00 

$1*20.00 



WEST CONCORD SEWERAGE PRECINCT. 

2 tool boxes .... §15.00 
21 lanterns ..... 2.50 
1 set steel blocks .... 5.00 
1 derrick tripod .... 3.00 
1 Edson pump, No. 3 . . . 15.00 
20 ft. suction bose .... 15.00 

3 pails . . . . . ."it 1 

1 paver's maul . . . .1.00 

1 3 gallon oil can . . . .25 
3 steel bars . . . . .1.50 

2 tampers, iron sbod . . . 1.00 
2 wooden mauls .... .50 

2 striking hammers . . . 1.00 

1 uxe ..... .25 

1 monkey wrench . . . 1.00 

1 dozen poor shcvels .... 2.50 

1 dozen picks . . . . 5.00 

1 dozen drills .... 2.00 



Si '-2. 00 



FURNITURE STORED AT CITY HALL. 

1 coal stove and pipe . . . $5.00 

A office elm us . . . . 1 .oo 

Miscellaneous property , . ... 1.00 



$10.00 



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CITY 


CLERK'S 


OFFICE. 


1 roll top desk 




. $25.00 


1 office desk 




20.00 


1 clock 




12.00 


1 walnut book case 


. 


15.00 


1 pine book case 




. 10.00 


1 map of Concord 




. 5.00 


1 carpet 




. 10.00 


1 desk 




7.00 


3 chairs 




3.00 


135 copies old town reco 


rds 


332.50 


Miscellaneous property 




. 21.00 







HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

Pest house and lot $500.00 

Office furniture . . . .40.00 

Pest house furniture . . . 25.00 



MAYOR'S OFFICE. 

1 oak roll top desk . . . $20.00 

1 carpet ... . 40.00 

1 oak revolving table . . 3.00 

6 chairs . . . .9.00 

1 mirror ..... 2.00 

1 small oak table .... 1.00 

Miscellaneous property . . 2.00 



$460.50 



$565.00 



$77.00 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES OFFICE. 

Wieghte, measures, balances, etc. . • $225.00 



CITY LIQUOR AGENCY. 

Stove and pipe . . . $15.00 



CITY PROPERTY. 59 



Choirs and lounge 
i office table 
6 brass locks and keys 
Miscellaneous property 



11.00 


1.00 


6.00 


13.60 



CITY MESSENGER'S DEPARTMENT. 

City Council Rooms. 

3 office desks .... $30.00 

1 library table . . . • 5.00 
2'.) members desks, at $7.50 . . 217.50 
."..") rotary chairs . . . 175.00 
i cottage stove and pipe . . • 5.00 

2 carpets ... . 30.00 
Miscellaneous property . . . 10.00 



CITY HALL. 

42 nine- foot folding settees . . Si 25.00 

20 seven-foot folding settees . . 60.00 

10 common chairs . . . 5.00 

1 No 36 Monitor stove and pipe . . 5.00 

H hoard tables . . . 2.00 
Ufuting and lighting fixtures in city hall 

building .... 250.00 

Miscellaneous property . . . 12.50 



CITY AUDITOR'S OFFICE. 
1 desk ..... $25.00 

1 tiling case .... 13.00 



$46 60 



$472.50 



$459.50 



$38.00 



PROPERTY IN AND ABOUT CITY HALL. 
1 eight-foot step ladder . . . $0.50 



6 • CITY OF CONCORD. 

2"> f'eet rubber liose 

8 'awn settees 

1 lawn mower, 18 inch 

1 pair hedge shears 

1 Stillson wrench 

1 'intern 

] wheel J (arrow 

Mi-cellaneous property 



L.50 


8.00 


5.00 


.50 


.7") 


.•_>.') 


2.75 


4 00 



OLD POLICE COURT ROOM. 

1 table . . . . . $1.50 

10 common chairs . . . -J.iti) 

1 Xo. 30 Monitor stove and pipe . . 5.00 

1 old desk .... 1.00 



TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. 

1 sale . . . . . 150.00 

5 curtains .... 7.50 

1 desk chair .... 4.50 

."> cane-seat arm chairs . . . 3.75 

1 ash office table .... 3.50 

1 money drawer .... 2.00 

Miscellaneous property . . . 9.20 



$23. 



$[♦.50 



$ ISO. 45 



PARK COMMISSIONERS' DEPARTMENT. 
Property at White Park. 
1 dump cart .... $25.00 

1 hand cart .... 6.00 
40 settees .... 50.00 
3 large snow shovels . . . 8.00 

2 iron rollers . . . 10.00 
2 gravel screens . . . .5.00 



CITY OK COKCOEI). 61 

225 feet garden hose . . . G.00 

2 wheelbarrows . . . -±.00 
4 lawn mowers .... 10.00 
1 lawn mower horse . . . 50.00 
1 scraper for ice . . . 10.00 

1 set horse boots . . . 7.00 

3 lawn sprinklers . . 4.50 
Lot of tree stakes . ■ . 5.00 
Barb wire .... 3.00 

2 Stillson wreuches . . 2.00 
1 monkey wrench . . .25 
1 small basket .... .25 

3 large baskets . . . .75 

4 water pails . . . . .75 

1 spirit level . . . . . .25 

2 ladders ..... 1. 00 
1 step ladder . . . .50 
1 rat trap ..... .50 

1 pan .... .:'.5 

3 barrel coveio . . . . .75 

2 angers . . . . . 1.00 
Nails, spikes, eic .... .75 
Sledge and wedges . . 1.00 
1 wire stretcher .... .25 
1 wire pliers . . . .25 

3 water kegs . . . . .75 
1 pole pruning shears . . .25 
6 shovels .... 1.50 

5 iron rakes . . . 1.00 

4 wood rakes . . . . .50 
4 picks ..... 1.00 

3 Grub axes . . .1.00 

4 hoes . . . . . .75 

;-> edging kuiveo .... .50 

1 bill hook . . . . .25 

2 axes- .... ..d) 

1 cant lever . . . . .25 

1 sheep shears . . . . .2 



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62 CITY OF CONCORD. 

1 tape measure . . . ' . .25 

2 water | ots .... .50 

1 grindstone . • . . . 1 .00 

2 iron liars . . . . 1 .00 
5 snow shovels . . . . .7.") 
4 drills, hammer an I plugs . . .7.~> 
2 hatchets 

1 steel square .... 

2 cross cut saws . . .1.00 

3 small saw s .50 
1 clipping shears . . . .50 
1 edging -hears .... 2.00 
1 caii hames .... 3.00 
1 hames and tracer . . 2. DO 



.25 
.25 



5231.54 



Books iai public library . . . $9,000.00 



CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS' DEPARTMENT. 

Miscellaneous articles at Blossom Hill 

Cemetery. .... $338.50 

Furniture iu commissioners' office . 18.00 



$356.50 



CITY HISTORY COMMISSION. 

1 type writer and table . . §100.00 

1 Bon ton's History • • • 1<>.00 



$110.10 



REAL ESTATE. 

REAL ESTATE BELONGING TO THE CITY NOT INCLUDED IN ANY OF THE 
FOREGOING INVENTORIES. 

City hall lot and half of building . $25,000.00 

City farm pasture and quarries . 3,000.00 

City storehouse . . . 4,500.00 



CITY PROPERTY. 63 

Gravel banks, East Concord . . 100.00 

Ward house, West street . . 4.500.00 

Play-ground on intervale . . 1,500.00 

White Park .... 12.000.00 

Rollins Park .... 6,000.00 

Penacook Park . . . 2,500.00 

Market-place on Warreai street . 10,000.00 

$69,100.00 



INVENTORY 



OF TIIK PROPERTY OF THE WATER DEPARTMENT, INCLUDING THE 
PLANT AND WATER EI'. UTS AND ALE THE REAL ESTATE AND 
PERSONAL PROPERTY IN THEIR POSSESSION, JANUARY 1, 1899. 



WATER RIGHTS AND PLANT. 
Water rights from B. F. & D. Holclen $00,000.00 
Water rights from Concord Manufactur- 
ing Company . . . 83,000.00 
Flowage rights around Penacook Lake 4,.">75.61 
Dam. gate house and appurtenances . 30,756.17 
Conduit and gate house . . 29,484.05 
.Main pipes . . . 154,960.92 
Distribution pipes . . 279,247.68 
Service pipes . . 40,789.95 
Reservoir and site . . 45,044.09 
Pumping station, shop, stable, storehouse 

and site . . . 27,000.00 

Pumping machinery . . 9,500.00 
Water and flowage rights in Long Pond, 

Webster .... 5,000.00 
Mill privilege and land of W. P Cool- 
edge, West Concord, about 15 acres 5,500.00 
Kit shop privilege from Humphrey & 
Farnum, West Concord, about 2 
acres .... .5,000.00 
Hutchins house and lot, West Concord, 

from W. P. Cooledge, about 6 acres 2,250.00 
Land in West Concord, from Mary C. 

Rowell. 18 acres . . 1,500.00 
Land in West Concord, from Alfred 

Roberts, 25 1-2 acres . . 1,275.00 



CITY PROPERTY. G5 

Land in West Concord, from 0. F. Rich- 
ardson . . . 100.00 

Land in West Concord, from Mary G. 

Carter, 10 acres . . 1,250.00 

Land in West Concord, from Charles E. 

Ballard, 6 acres . . . 500.00 

Land in West Concord, from Charles E. 

Ballard, 15 acres . . 1,200.00 

Land in West Concord, from Coffin & 

Little, 171-2 acres . . 800.00 

Land in West Concord, which includes 
the Martin place, the Swan place, and 
a portion of the Carlton place, about 
110 1-4 acres . . . 6,364.50 

Land at south end of Penacook Lake, 

from Robert Crowley, about 10 acres 3,000.00 

$797,897.97 



Water Office, 11 Capitol Street. 

2 roller-top desks . . $70.00 

1 counter and fixtures . . 50.00 

1 typewriter and desk . . 50.00 

1 Howard eight-day clock . . 25.00 

1 safe ..... 350.00 

1 record card case . . . 30.00 

Miscellaneous property . . 125.00 





Wate 

sr reports 
property 

sk 








1 long table 
10 chairs 
1 carpet 
1 case of watt 
Miscellaneous 


ir Commissioner's 


Room. 

$10.00 

7.50 

3.00 

3.00 

.95 






1 roller top de 


Pumping 


Station. 


$15.00 



$700.00 



524.45 



6t> CITY OF CONCORD. 

1 eight-day clock . . . 10. 00 

9 chairs . . . 9.00 

1 recording gauge . . . 10.00 

1 platform scales . . . 50.00 
Miscellaneous property, including stock, 

supplies, etc. . . 875.00 



Stable and Basement at Pumping Station. 
2 horses . . . . $100.00 

2 express wagons . - . 100.00 
1 road wagon . . . 120.00 
1 heavy sleigh . . . 60.00 
1 pung sleigh .... 15.00 

3 harnesses . . . .20.00 
Miscellaneous property, including supplies 100.00 



S469.00 



Shop at Pumping Station. 

Miscellaneous property, including fittings, 

pipe, tools, brass goods, etc $000.00 



$515.00 



Storehouse. 

Miscellaneous property, including hydrants, 
water gates, curves, branches, etc. $400 00 



Pipe Yard. 

C ist-iron pipe and supplies . . 2,(!00.00 



Shop at Penacook. 
Miscellaneous properly, including pipe, etc . $80.00 



Shop at West Concord. 

Miscellaneous property, including pipe, etc. C40.00 



CITY PROPERTY. 67 

RECAPITULATION OF WATER DEPARTMENT. 

Plant and real estate . . $797,897.97 

Water office . . . 700.00 

Water commissioner's room . . 24.45 

Pumping station . . . 469.00 

Shop at pumping station . . 600.00 

Stable and basement . . 515.00 

Storehouse . . . 400.00 

Pipe yard .... 2,600.00 

Shop at Penacook . . . 80.00 

Shop at West Concord . . 40.00 

,326.42 



GENERAL RECAPITULATION. 

Fire department . . $105,016.00 

Street department . . 8,945.00 

Police department . . 25.916.00 

Engineering department . ■ 587.00 

Sewer department . . . 920.00 

West Concord sewer . . . 62.00 

City messenger department . 472.50 
City auditor's office ... 38.00 
City hall .... 459.50 

City clerk's office . . . 460.50 

Healtll department . . . 565.01) 

Mayors office . . . 77.00 

Sealer of weights and measures 225.00 

City liquor agency . . . 46.60 

Tax collector's office . . 180.45 

Park commissioners . . 231.54 

Cemetery commissioners . . 356.50 

City history commission . . 110.00 
Hooks in public library . . 9,000.00 

Real estate . . , 69.100.00 

Wafc-r department . . 803,326.42 



$1,026,095.01 



1898. 

Population of the City (Census 181)0) . 17,004 

Valuation of the City . . . $11,148,653.00 

Tax assessed for the year . . . §221,08 ). 21 

Rate of taxation, $14.80 per §1.000. 

Rate for Union School District, 83. .'50 additional per SI. 000. 

Rate for Precinct, 82.40 additional per 81,000. 

Total rate, 820 per 81,000. 



POLLS, VALUATION AND TAXES. 



POLLS, VALUATION AND TAXES ASSESSED. 



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The number of polls and the tax assessed on the real and per- 
sonal-estate in the city of Concord since 1860 : 



Year. 


Polls. 


Valuation. 


Tax. 


1860 


2,577 


$4,307,192 


$47,082.25 


1861 


2,497 


4,423,936 


46,290.48 


1862 


2,350 


4,308,568 


50,945.01 


1863 


2,454 


3,775,206 


60,293.82 


1864 


2,539 


3,832,800 


89,931.97 


1865 


2,495 


5,549,002 


158,787.29 


1866 


2,762 


4,934,082 


116,192.97 


1867 


2,822 


5,006,774 


145,173.49 


1868 


3,120 


5,378,365 


126,889.71 


1869 


3,205 


5,581,459 


146,791.64 


1870 


8,187 


5,751,928 


133,953.94 


1871 


3,338 


5,891,993 


137,844.70 


1872 


3,767 


5,917,054 


141,122.97 


1878 


3,613 


9,012,650 


158,281.13 


1874 


3,784 


9,000,526 


171,045.61 


•1875 


8,941 


9,216,195 


175,234.68 


1876 


8, !U1 


9,222,625 


163,768.29 


1877 


4,015 


9,405,117 


177,040.27 


1878 


3,869 


9,241,485 


162,038.58 


1879 


3,536 


10,604.465 


155,964.99 


1880 


3,072 


10,150,585 


172,831.12 


1881 


3,505 


10,062,894 


153,285.55 


1 882 


3,661 


10,308,052 


151,941.54 


1883 


3,816 


10,023,21 (i 


169,498.95 


1884 


8,734 


9,877,874 


148,290.20 


1885 


3,821 


'.1,774,714 


153,613.92 


1886 


3,773 


9,703,458 


158,994.83 


1887 


3,938 


9,852,337 


151,292.60 


1888 


3,959 


9,984,120 


165,090.57 


1889 


4,090 


10,048,556 


184,968.08 


1890 


4,190 


t.0,243,857 


170,081.04 


1891 


4,498 


10,923,081 


206,379.20 


1892 


4,288 


10,786,498 


191.788.4:, 


1893 


4,380 


10,890,960 


204,585.27 


1894 


4,385 


11,189,294 


222,110.35 


1895 


4,838 


11,566,083 


217,399.88 


1896 


4,663 


11,228,51.-) 


262,254.90 



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CITY OF CONCOKD. 



1897. 


Polls 


War. 1 1, 


4.", 7 


2, 


206 


3, 


279 


4, 


973 


5, 


649 


6. 


812 


7. 


628 


" 8, 


378 


9, 


430 




4,812 


Non-resident 





Valuation. 

$811,544 

: jos, 050 

397,376 

2,451,366 

3,113,730 

2,080,000 

877,542 

852,000 

308,755 

$11,200.36:! 



Tax . 

$17,449.47 

r.,612.44 

8,533 -17 

51,647.35 

64,969.62 

44,025.09 

17,121.20 

17,226.58 

6,218.92 

$232-804.14 
957.44 



$233,761.58 



1898. 


Polls 


Ward 1. 


416 


2, 


204 


' ' :■' 


265 


4, 


865 


■ ' 5, 


650 


C>, 


810 


7, 


665 


8, 


399 


9, 


417 




4691 


Non-resident 





Valuation. 

$787,551 

293,880 

398,430 

2,443,228 

3,081,417 

2,004,000 

912,633 

862,135 

305,385 

$11,148,699 



Tax. 

$16,897.19 

4,956 52 
7,790.25 
4S.492.91 
01,439.54 
41,492.41 
16,844.57 
16,293.89 
5.718.57 

$219,925.85 
1,154.36 



$221,080,21 



TRUST FUNDS. 

CITY TREASURERS ACCOUNT 



AS CUSTODIAN OF TRUST FUNDS. 



ABIAU WALKER TRUST. 

For the benefit of the School Fund. 
Capital ..... $1,000.00 

Income received, 1898 .... 35.00 

Paid in to the city treasury . . . 35.00 



DAVID OSCiOOD TRUST. 

For the purchase of school books for poor children. 
Capital ..... $200.00 

Balance from last year . . $129.05 

Income received, 1898 . . . 11.50 

$140.55 



COUNTESS OF RUMFORD TRUST. 

For the benefit of the Female Charitable Society. Income to be ap- 
plied to the charitable uses and purposes of said siciety. and under its 
direction. 

Capital ..... $2,000.00 

Income received. 1898 . . . 100.00 

Paid Fanny E. Minot, treasurer of the society . 100.00 



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$35.00 
37.50 
17.50 



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|$16,424.33 


$5*4.84 


$17,009 17 




$634.42 


$634.42 




Old Cemetery 


715.00 




715.00 




28.48 


28.48 




West Concord 


252.00 


23.00 


275.00 


$65.28 


9.98 




$75.20 


East Concord. 


185.00 


17.50 


202.50 


71.45 


8.30 




79.75 


Millville 


200.00 






1185 


(5.65 




18.50 



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TRUST FUNDS. 



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CEMETERY TRUSTS. 



NAME. 



Abbott, WUliam 

Adams, Sarah M. K 

Allison, Mary B 

Atherton, Alonzo 

Bailey, Abby L. Sanborn . . . 

Benson, Matilda 

Blxby, Ellen C 

Blatsdell, James D 

Blaisdell, Timothy K 

Blanchard, Emily P 

Bouton, Nathaniel 

Bradford, James 

Buntin, Mary N. Preston 

Butters, Harriet \V 

Caldwell, Benjamin F 

Carter, Nathan F 

Chaffln, John F 

Cheney, Lyman and Mary F 

Chesley, Samuel M 

Clark, Caroline 

Clough, Frederick 

Clough, George 

Clough, Mrs. N. P 

Colburn, Amos L 

.Cooper, Mrs. Josiah 

Crow, Mary 

Curtis, Silas 

Danforth, Cordelia A 

Danforth, Chares S 



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700.00 
50.00 
100.00 

ioo.oo 

50 .00 

89.53 

100.00 

200.1(0 

250.00 

200.00 

50.00 

200.00 

100.00 

250.00 

100.00 

50.00 

50.00 

loO.OO 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

£0.00 

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200.00 

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12.00 


4.00 


75.85 


25.35 


21.00 


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1.75 


1.50 


2.30 


3.57 


1.50 


.59 


3.50 


3.00 


.53 


1.75 


1.25 


.38 


2.94 


3.25 


2.24 


3.57 


2.00 


22.02 


7.77 
.45 


4.00 


10.00 


8.00 


8.25 


1.56 


1.78 


; 


13.79 


7.(i0 


5.00 


1.34 


3.53 


2.75 


8.77 


9.03 


16.80 


4.33 


3.50 


3.00 


1.P3 


1.75 


1.50 


2.30 


1.75 




1.66 


3.50 


3.00 


1.50 


3.50 


2.75 


.05 


3.50 
11.12 


2.00 


.87 


1.75 


2.00 


.82 


1.75 


1.25 


1.17 


2.62 


1.50 


45.69 


8.57 


4.00 




1.71 


1.50 


2.62 


1.75 


2.50 


1.25 


1.78 


1.50 



51.98- 

80.20 
1.07 
4.37 
1.09 
1.03 
.07 
3.81 

25.79 

.45 

9.75 

3.34 

15.79 
2.12 
1.00 
4.83 
1.28 
4.05 
2.16 
2.25 
1.55 

11.12 

.('.2 

1.32 

2.2'J 

50.26 

.21 

1.81 

1.53 



74 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



CEMETERY TRUSTS.—f Continued. 



u 



Drown, Matilda 

Eastman, s^th 

Eaton, Sttphen F> 

Edgerly, Lydia F 

Kla, Georgianna P 

Farley. Lydia A 

Farmun, Mary M 

Fcrrin, Alvah C 

Fogg, George a 

Fowler, Asa 

French, Theodore 

(iale, Daniel E 

(iale, John D 

Gear, John 

Gilbert , Harvey J 

Glover, Geoige A. & C. A. Osgood 
(ioss, Hannah A. and Fannie A... 

Hadley, B* tsey 

Harding, George M 

Hart, M ry I.) 

Herbe t, Mary 

Holt, J. Frank 

Hoyt, Elisha and Sar«*h C 

Hoyt, Jacob 

Hutching, Mrs. Samuel 

Irish, Sarah E 

Kimball, John and Benjamin A.. 

Kimball, Joseph S 

Knowlton, Edward L 



.-.1iiii.c(i 
100.00 
50.00 
1(10.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 

1(10.00 
300.00 
500 00 
100.00 

ioo.oo 

200.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 

200.00 

100.00 

50.00 
200.00 
100.00 
200.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
200.00 
100.00 
1,000.00 



X Ml 



o - 



s .58 


#2.16 




$2.74 


.15 
2.43 






.15 


1.09 


$1.50 


2.62 


.03 


3.E0 


3-00 


1.13 


.53 


3.5u 


3.00 


1.03 


1.89 


3.50 


2.00 


3.39 


1.74 


3.50 


3 00 


2.24 




1.12 


1.00 


.12 


2.87 


3.50 


3.00 


3.37 


44.27 


17.92 


17 00 


45.19 




4.00 


350 


.50 


12.20 


3.50 


11.50 


4.26 


5.00 


7.17 


o.oo 


6.17 


.79 


1.75 


1.50 


1.04 


.79 


1.75 


1.00 


154 


.79 


1.75 


1.50 


1.04 




3.40 


2.00 


1.46 




3.50 


3.50 




1.02 


1.75 


1.50 


1.87 


9.87 


12 00 


11.25 


10.02 


3 50 


3 50 




7.00 


5.14 


3.50 




8.64 


4.29 


3 50 


3.00 


4.79 


.58 


2 10 




2.74 


1.50 


3.50 


3.00 


2.00 


1.04 


7.00 


6.00 


2.04 


5.89 


3.50 


2.50 


0.89 


392.08 


45.24 


14.00 


423.32 



TRUST FIND; 



lO 



i EMLTERY TRUSTS.— Continued. 



Lang, Abigail W 

Lark in, B. L 

Line In and Forrester 

Lincoln, J. I- 

Little, J. \V and E.J 

Lb<'ke, William T 

McCauley, John 

McQuesien, Gre> nough and Evarts. 

McQuesten, James 

Mann, Henry A 

Matthews, H. W. and II. O 

Meirill, Charles H 

MerriP, J. B 

Merrill, S. F 

Moody, Charles 

Morrill, Samuel and David I 

Moses, Mary J 

New hall, Mrs. C. H 

Nutter, Elipha?et S 

Otllin, Woodbridge 

Ordway, Eugene A 

Osgood, True 

Pa^e. 'William. 

Paige, Cyrus W 

Pecker, Mrs. E. A 

I'hipps, Hannah E 

Pitman, AV. H 

Pixley, S. Lizzie 

Reed, George L 



100.00 

50.00 

75.00 

50.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.00 

100.' 

200 00 

100.00 

100.00 

50.00 

100.00 

loo.oo 

100.00 
150.00 
lOO.tiO 
175.(0 
100 00 
100.00 

60.00 
100.00 

25.00 
100.00 
200 00 
100.00 
100.00 

75.00 
100.00 





X 






§£ 




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= IB 


•c 


- 1 ?M 


> 


■C 2 


<s 








CD 






c o 








X ft 


ti 




o 


& 


z. 



8.21 
3.70 



.79 

24.50 

1 53 

.70 

.59 



10.13 

2.35 



.37 
.54 
.87 
1.54 
7.18 
4.14 
1.46 
1.23 
1.83 



3.50 
1.75 
1.32 
1.75 
0.00 
3.53 
2.16 
3.60 
8.00 
2.02 
2.16 

.10 
3 50 
3.50 
2.09 
5.25 
2.16 
6.13 
3.f0 
l.»4 
1.75 
3.50 

.88 
3.50 
7.00 
3.50 
3 50 
2.63 
3.50 



4.10 

3.00 



1.00 
4.00 
4.00 
2.00 
3.00 
7.00 
1.00 
2.50 



3.0. 
.",.00 
2.00 
4.00 



3.00 
3.00 
1.50 

1.75 
3.0(1 
.87 
3.00 
5.50 
2.50 
3.00 
3.50 
2.25 



a, cs 



PS 



7.01 
2.45 
1.32 
1.54 
26.50 
1:06 
.86 

i.bo 

8.25 
1.02 

.24 

.10 
1.77 
1.77 

.09 

7.15 

2.74 

13.20 

2.85 

.14 

.37 
1.04 

88 
2.04 
8.68 
5.14 
1.96 

.36 
3.08 



76 



CITY OK CONCORD. 



CEMETERY TRUSTS.— Concluded. 



NAME. 



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— 


UJ 



Richardson, Hiram #500 00 

Richardson, Judith A. KHi o<» 

Rollins, E. H 300 00 

Russell, Moses W 200.00 

Sanborn, Jonathan lOO.oo 

Sargent, John B I 100.00 

Sargent, Jonathan 200.00 

Shaw, Mary A | 100.00 

Smith, Andrew S ' 50.00 

Smith, Mary W j ISO 00 

Southmaid, Hattie R 50 00 

Stickney, Nathan 50.00 

Stuart, Thomas j 100.00 

Sweetser, Abigail : 200 00 

Tebbitts, Hiram B ! 100.«o 



Tenney , Harriet N 

Tenney, Nelson 

Thome, John C 

Tidd, Pliny 

Upham, Eliza W 

Walker, Mary E 

Walker, Timothy and Abigail B 



loo.oo 
50 on 

100.00 
50.00 
200.00 
200.00 

200.110 



Wentworth, Paul 200.00 

Whittredge, George F 100.00 

Williams, Mary i 50 00 

Woodruff, Robert 200.00 

Woodward. E W ' 100.00 

15.314 53 



$55.52 
1.83 
30.90 
4.25 
3.16 
1.80 



150 



1 25 

.32 

1.58 

11.26 



3.67 

2 12 

12. IS 
2.50 

7 44 
16.20 



1,019.30 



Sob 



= C 
X 



$19.42 


$13.00 ! 


3.50 


3 00 


11.55 


5.00 


700 


3 00 


3 50 


3.00 ! 


3.50 


2.50 


4.26 


1 75 i 

l 


3.5<l 




1.01 




1.57 


150 


1.75 


2.25 


1.75 


2.00 


3.50 


2 50 


7.00 


5 00 


4 50 


1 .50 


3.50 





1.18 




3.50 


3.00 


1.75 


3.00 


92 


4.50 


7.00 


5.50 


7.07 


7.00 


8.00 


5.00 


3.50 


3.00 


175 


1.50 


7.00 


6 50 


3.57 


3.00 


518.83 


370 52 



$6194 

2 33 

37 46 

8.25 

3.66 

2.80 

2.51 

5.0» 

101 

.07 

.75 

.07 

2-58 

13.2S 

3.00 

9.08 

1 18 

4.17 

.87 

14.60 

4.00 

2.29 

10.44 

10 70 

.50 

15.43 

3.12 

1,107.09 



TRUST FUNDS. I I 

SUNDRY INDIVIDUAL ( EMETERI TKI STS. 

Cash $ 331. ID 

Savings Banks (accumulated income) 936.41 

Savings Banks (capital) . . 7, Ml 4. 53 

City of Concord 3 1-2 per cent bonds 5,000.00 

City of Concord 4 per cent bonds . 600.00 

United States 4 per cent bonds . 300.00 

*One share Abbot-Downing Co. stock 

(par value) . . . 100.00 

*One share Northern R. R. stock (par value) 100.00 
*Oue share Chicago, Burlington & 

Quincy R. R. stock (par value) . 100.00 
*Two shares Atchison, Topeka & Sante Fe 

R. R. stock (par value) . 200.00 

*Two shares Pemigew asset Valley R. R. 

stock (par value) . . 200.00 



SI 6,-182. 13 



♦Invested i>v donor. 



SINKING FUNDS. 

Penacook Sewer Precinct, 

Savings Bank . . . $889.88 

West Concord Sewer Precinct, 

City of Concord 3 1-2 per cent bonds $2,000.00 
Savings Bank . . . 1,232.45 



§3,232.45 

East Concord Sewer Precinct, 

Savings Bank .... $809.92 



RECAPITULATION. 

City of Concord 3 1-2 per cent bonds $12,500.00 

City of Concord 4 per cent bonds . 14,400.00 

United States 4 per cent bonds . 850.00 

Savings Banks in Concord . . 14,508.37 

Sundry Stocks . . . 700. CO 

Notes .... 2,000.00 

Cash ... . 371.74 



$45,330.11 



7s 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



CITY OF CONCORD TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS. 

Ab a i. Walker Trust, 

City Of Cfiicord 3 1-2 per cent bond . $l,on('.< 

David Osgood Tri st, 

City of Concord 4 percent bond (Capital) . 200. CO 

City of Concord 3 1-2 per cent bond (Accumulated 

income) .... 100.00 

Cash . (Accumulated Income) . 40.55 

C< I NTESS (>f Rl MFORD TRUST, 

Note of the Kagle & Phenix Hotel Co. 5 per cent 2,000.00 



PUBLIC LIBRARY TRISTS. 

G. Parker Lyon Trust, 

City of Concord 3 1-2 per cent bond . $1,(00.00 

Franklin I'if.rce Trust, 

City of Concord 1 per cent bond 5oo.r0 

Savings Bank . . . 500.00 



SI .000.00 



Thomas Gt. V u.i-ki Tri st, 

Citv of Concord 3 1-2 per cenl bond 500.00 



CEMETERY Fl NI>S 

Blossom Hill 

Savings Bank 

City of Concord 4 per cent bonds 
Citv of Concord 3 1-2 per cent bonds 

United States 1 per cent bonds 

Old Cemetery, 

City of ( Joncord 1 per cent bonds 
S;i\ ings Bank 



West Concord, 

Savings Bank (Capital) . $275.00 

Savings Bank (Accumulated Income 75.26 



82,059.1 7 




1 2,400.00 




2,iiin».oo 




550.00 






81 7.0(H). 17 


8700.00 


15.00 






ft 7 In OO 



ft^ro.2'5 



TRUST FINDS 79 



East Concord, 

Savings Bank (Capital) . . $202.50 

Savings Bank (Accumulated Income) 7'.'.7-"> 



MILLVILLE, 

Savings Bank (Capital) . $200.00 

Savings Bank (Accumulated Income) 18.50 



*2*2.25 



$218.50 



PENACOOK SEWER PRECTNC T SINKING FUND. 

Balance, January 1, 1898 . $5,203.85 

Income received . . . 190.20 

Received, city of Concord . . 500.00 

Premium on bonds sold . . 350.00 

Accrued interest on bonds sold . 15.83 



$6,289.88 



Bonds paid . . . $5,000,00 

Transfer to city of Concord in ac- 
cordance with Ordinance passed 
by the City Council, Dec. 13th, 1898 400.00 

Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1899 889.88 



$6,289.88 



WEST (OiCORD SEWER PRECINCT SINKING FUND. 

Balance, January 1, 1898 . $2,652.07 

Income received . . . ,so.:i.s 

Received, city of Concord . . 500.00 



EAST CONCORD SEWER PRECINCT SINKING FIND. 

Balance, .January 1 , 1898 . $203.12 

Income received . . . 6.80 

Received, city of Concord . 100.00 

$:309.!»2 



80 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



MUNICIPAL FUNDED DEBT. 

POLICE STATION BONDS. 

When due. Hate of interest. Payable. Amount. 

July L, L903. 4, semi-annually, 17,000.00 

WIDENING PLEASANT STREET EXTENSION. 



When due. 

June I, L905, 

When due. 

.Inly 1, LSI)!), 
July 1, 1900, 



When due. 

July L, 1904, 
July I, L905, 
July L, L906, 
July 1. L907, 



Rate of interest. Payable. 

4, semi-annually, 

MEMORIAL ARCH BONDS. 

Rata of interest. Payable. 

4, semi-annually, 

4, semi-annually, 



BRIDGE BONDS. 

Rate of Interest. Payable. 

4, semi-annually, 

4, semi-annually, 

I, semi-annually, 

4, semi-annually, 



PUBLIC PARK BONDS. 

When due. Rate of interest. Payable. 

June 1, 1914, 3 1-2 semi-annually, 

Funded city debt 



CITY DEBT JfOT FIWDED. 

*\Compiled by Auditor Abbott.) 

Ordeis outstanding- 
Interest on bonds, accrued, not yet due 
Coupons overdue, not presented 
Due school districts 
Dog licenses to school fund 
Notes .... 

Interest accrued, not due 



Funded city debt 



Amount. 

Si:"., 800. 00 



Amount. 

$5,000.00 
o,000.00 

$10,000.00 



$5,000.00 
.-..000. 00 
5,000.00 

5,000.00 

$20,000.00 

Amount. 

$25,000.00 
$85,800.00 



$365.00 

1,058.91 

241.25 

15,593.99 

1,413.54 

6,400.00 

40.84 

$25,113.53 
85,800.00 



10,913.53 



CITY BONDS 



SI 



AVAILABLE ASSETS. 

Cash in treasury January 1 , 1899 . $19,643.56 

Cash in hands W. P. Ladd . . 322.51 

County poor . . 5,398.45 

County soldiers . . . 2,171.05 

Electrical inspection . . 79.90 

Highway department . . 320.05 

Kent — quarries . . .- 756.00 

Taxes 1896 . . . . $144.. 80 

" 1897 . . . 1.S94.34 

1898 . . . 34,083.27 

Liquor — stock on hand . . 462.06 



Total available 
Indebtedness above :issets January 1, 1<S99 
Indebtedness above assets January 1, 1898 

Increase for the year 



$65,275.99 

$45,637.54 

42,151.53 

$3, isi;. in 



PRECINCT FUNDED DEBT. 
SEWER PONDS. 



When 


due. 


Rate of Interest. 


Payable 


Amount. 


July 1, 


1904, 


4, 




semi-annually, 


$12,000.00 


June 1. 


, 1914, 


;; 1-2, 




semi-annually, 


25,000.00 


Dec. 1, 


1914, 


3 1-2, 




semi-annually. 


9,000. < 


July 1, 


1917. 


3 1-2. 
WATER 




semi-annually, 


25,0(Mi.i)0 




$71,0()o.oo 




PRECINCT BONDS. 




When 


due. 


Rale of Interest. 


Payable 


Amounl . 


Nov. 1, 


1899, 


4, 




semi-annually, 


$10,000.00 


Nov. 1, 


1900, 


.') 


I-"-?, 


semi-annually, 


15,000.1 


•Ian. 1, 


1901, 


4, 




semi-annually, 


10,000.00 


Jan. 1, 


1902, 


4, 




semi-annually, 


10,000.00 


.Ian. 1, 


190.",, 


4, 




semi-annually. 


10,000.00 



<; 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



Wher 


due. 


I; ite of interest. 


Payable. 


Amount. 


.Tan. 


1, 


1904, 


4, 


semi-annually, 


10,000.00 


Jan. 


1, 


1905, 


4. 


semi-annually, 


lo.ooo.oo 


Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 


1, 
1. 
1, 
1, 
1, 


1906, 
1907, 
1908, 
1909, 
1910, 


4, 

1. 
1. 

4. 


semi-annually, 
semi-annually, 
semi-annually, 
semi-annually, 
semi-annually, 


10,000.00 
10,000.00 
10,000.00 
10.000.00 

5,000,00 


Jan. 


1, 


1911, 


4, 


semi-annually, 


5,000.00 


Oct. 


1, 


1912, 


4, 


semi-annually, 


1."-. 000. 00 


Jan. 
Jan. 


!. 
1, 


1913, 
1914, 


4, 
4, 


semi-annually, 
semi-annually, 


10,000.00 
10.000.00 


.Ian. 


1. 


1915, 


4. 


semi-annually, 


10.000.00 


J a n . 


1. 


1916, 


4, 


semi-annually, 


10.000.00 


Jan. 


1. 


1!H7. 


4, 


semi-annually, 


10,000.00 


Jan. 
Jan. 
J an . 


1. 
1. 
1, 


1918, 
1919, 
1922, 


4, 
4, 
4, 


semi-annually, 
semi-annually. 
semi-annually, 


10.000.00 

10,000.00 

400,000.00 


.Mar 


1 


. 1922, 


:; 1-2 


semi-annually, 


20,000.0(1 




$660,000.00 



PRECINCT DEBT NOT FUNI>EI>. 

Coupons overdue, sewer bonds, not presented 
Interest accrued, not yet due. sewer bonds 
Interest accrued, not vet due, water bonds 



Precinct funded debt 

Precinct debt .... 

Less available assets, cash on hand, water de- 
partment .... 

Net precinct debt, January 1, INK!) 
Net precinct debt, January 1, 1898 



$731,000.00 

$105.00 

77C>.(;7 

12,237.50 

13,1 19.17 
731,000.00 

$744,119.17 
12,098.06 

$732,021.11 

742,1)98.01 



Decrease 



$10,976.90 



CITY BONDS. 83 

UXION SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS. 

When due Rate of Interest, Payable, Amount. 

July 1,1899, 4, semi-annually, $15,000.00 

July 1,1900, 4. .semi-annually, 15,000.00 

July 1,1901, 4, semi-annually, 15,000.00 

July 1,1902, 4, semi-ann'ially, 15,000.00 



60,000.00 
Interest accrued, not yet due . . 1.200.00 



11,200.00 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 20 BOXDS. 

When due. Rate of Interest. Payable. Amount. 

July 1. 1899, 1. semi-annually, 500.00 



$500.00 
Inteivt accrued, not yet due . . 10. oo 



8510.00 



Net liability of school districts . . $61,710.00 

These bonds are issued under ordinances of the city council, as 
authorized by the aci of the 'legislature of New Hampshire, ap- 
prove! August 14, 1889, entitled. "An act authorizing the city of 
Concord to borrow money in aid of its school districts." 
These school districts have, by their votes and by their agents duly 
authorized, bound themselves to the city to seasonably pay to the 
city sufficient sums of money to enable it to meet the payments of 
iuterest and principle upon their indebtedness, and all incidental 
expenses, as the same shall become due. 



PENACOOK SEWER PRECINCT. 

SEWER BONDS PAYABLE AS FOLLOWS: 

W he i due. Kiteotlnt rest. Payable. Amount. 

Aug. 1, 1903, 4, semi-annually, $5,000.00 

Aug. 1. L908, 4. semi-annually, 6, 000. 00 

May 1. 1913, 4, semiannually, 5,000.00 

July 1, 1914, ■ 4, semi-annually, 500.00 



M CITY OF CONCORD. 

July 1, 1915, 4, semi-annually, 500.00 

July 1, 1916, 4, semi-annually, 500.00 

July 1, 1917, 4, semi-annually, 500.00 

July 1, 1918, 4, semi-annually, 500.00 

July 1, 1919, 4, semi-annually, 500.00 



$19,000.00 



Interest accrued, not yet due . . . 326.67 

Coupons due, but not presented . . . 140.00 



$19,466. 6: 



Amount of siuking fund accumulated, including 

interest "$889.88 

Net indebtedness on account of Penacook sewer 

precinct, January 1, 1899 .... $18,576.79 

Net indebtedness on account of Penacook sewer 

precinct, January 1, 1898 .... $19,270. 15 

Decrease for the year .... , . $699.36 

The above bonds were issued under ordinances passed by ihe 
city council, establishing a sewer precinct in Penacook, and 
authorizing loans on the credit of the city for the establishing of 
said system. The ordinances also provide that the yearly interest 
and a portion of the principal shall be raised each year, for the 
purpose of creating a sinking fund to pay said bonds as they ma- 
ture, as follows. 

$500 annually for ten years from August 1, 1888, 

$1,000 annually for five years from August 1, 1898. 

$1,200 annually for five years from August 1, 1903. 

$1,000 annually for five years from May 1. 1908. 

$500 annually for six years from July, 1, 11)14. 
by taxation upon the taxable property in Penacook sewer precinct, 
said sums, as soon as received, to be placed at interest by the fi- 
nance committee. 



WEST CONCORD SEWER PRECINCT. 

SEWER BONDS PAYABLE AS FOLLOWS. 

When due Bate of interest Payable Amount. 

Oct. 1, 1902, 4, semi-annually, $5,000.00 





CITY BONDS. 


8- 


Oct. 1, 1907. 


4. semi-annually, 


5,000.00 


Oct. 1 1912, 


4, semi-annually. 


7,000.0( 



Si 7,000.00 
Interest accrued, not yet due . . $170.00 



117,170.00 



Amount of sinking fund accumulated, including 

interest ...... 3,232.45 



Net indebtedness on account of Weft Concord sewer 

precinct, January 1, 1899 . . . $13,937.55 

The above bonds were issued under ordinances passed by the 
city council, establishing a sewer precinct in West Concord, and 
authoiizing loans on the credit of the city for the establishing of 
said system. The ordinances also provide that the } early interest 
and a portion of the principal shall be raised each year, for the 
purpose of creating a sinking fund to pay said bonds as they ma- 
ture, as follows. 

$500 annually for ten years from October 1, 1892. 
$1,000 annually for five years from October 1, 1902. 
$1,400 annually for five years from October 1. 1907. 
by taxation upon the taxable property in West Concord sewer 
precinct, said sums, as soon as received, to be placed at interst by 
the finance committee. 



EAST CONCOI) SEWER PRECINCT. 
SEWER BONDS PAYABLE AS FOLLOWS. 



When 


due. 


Rate of interesl . 


Payable. 


Amount . 


July 1, 


1900, 


3 1-2 


semi-annually, 


$500.00 


July 1, 


1905, 


3 1-2 


semi-annuall}". 


500.00 


July 1, 


1910. 


3 1-2 


semi-annually, 


5O(i.ii0 


Julyl, 


1915, 


3 1-2 


semi-annually. 


500.00 



$2,000.00 
Interest accrued, not yet due . . . 35. 0l» 



$2.0*5 00 
Amount of sinking fund accumulated . . 309.92 

Net debt East Concord sewer precinct, 1899 . $1,725.08 



86 CITY OF CONCORD. 

The above bonds were issued undei ordinance passed by the 
city council authorizing a loan on the credit of the city. The or- 
dinance also provides that the yearly interest and a portion of the 
principal shall be raised each year, for the purpose of creating a 
sinking fund to pay said bonds as they mature, as follows: 

One hundred dollars annually for twenty years from July 1, 
1895, by taxation upon the taxable property in East Concord 
sewer precinct, said sums, as soon as received, to be placed at in- 
terest l>v the finance committee. 



RECAPITULATION. 

Net regular municipal debt above assets . $4;"), 637. 54 

Net precinct debt above assets . . 732,021.11 

Net school district debt . . . 61,710.00 

Net West Concord sewer debt . . . 13,937.55 

Net Penacook sewer debt . . . l<s,576.79 

Net East Concord sewer debt . . . 1.725.08 



Aggregate indebtedness over available assets, Jan- 
uary 1, 1899 .... $873,608.07 

Aggregate indebtedness over available assets Jan- 
uary 1,1898 ..... 898,295.50 



Decrease during year . ■ . $24,087.43 



REGULAR APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1897 

For the payment of state tax .$29,499.25 

the payment of county tax . 42,200.69 

support of schools . . 34,705.00 

payment of Memorial Arch bonds 5,000.00 

payment of interest . . 3,700.00 

support of the city poor . . 700.00 

incidental and land damages, in- 
cluding expense of indemnity 
bonds for city officers . . 3.000.00 

committee service . . 1,410.00 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



87 



For printing and stationery 
legal expenses 

beds at Margaret Pillsbury Hos- 
pital. 

Decoration Day 
aid dependant soldiers 
public school text-books 
open air coucerts 
Blossom Hill Cemetery 
Old North Cemetery 
West Concord Cemetery 
Millville Cemetery 
White Park 
Rollins Park 
Peuacook Park 
Brad lev Park 



2,500.00 
200.00 

2, 000. (It) 

. 345. i '0 

500.00 

2,800.00 

. 300.00 

12,100.00 

] 00 00 

. 100.00 

50.00 

2,850.00 

650 00 

75.00 

75.00 

$134,859.94 



FOR SALARIES. 

For Mayor . . . $1,000.00 

City clerk . . • 1,200.00 
Overseer of poor, Wards 3, 4, 

5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 ' . 200.00 

Overseer of pom- Ward 1 . 30.00 

Overseer of poor Ward 2 . • 10.00 

City auditor . . . 1,000.00 

City solicitor . . . 500.00 

City treasurer . . . 250.00 

City messenger . . 600.00 

care of city clocks . . 85.00 

clerk of common council • • 50.00 
Board of Education, Union 

School District . . 250.00 
Board of Edi cation, District 

No. 20 .... 25.nO 

Town district school board . 200.00 

nine assessors . . . 2,700.00 

nine moderators . . . 27.00 



88 CITY OF CONCORD. 

For nine ward clerks . . . 90.00 

twenty-seven selectmen . . 135.00 

judge police court . . 800.00 

clerk of police court . . $200.00 
collector of tuxes, so much as 

may be necessary of the 

sum of • • • 1.50O.00 



I'UBLIC LIBRARY. 

For salary of librarian, assistants. 

and janitor . . . $2,765.00 

purchase of books and magazines 700.1 to 

printing catalogue . . 400.00 

fuel and lights . . . 315.00 

binding .... 400.00 

repair of roof . • . 335.00 

incidentals . . . 85.00 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 

For salary of health officer . . $800.00 

salary of board of health . . 75.00 

rent • • - J OS. 00 

lights .... 10.00 

care of pest house . . . 15.00 

assistance in sanitary inspection . 100.00 

bacteriological tests . . 150.00 

materials for fumigation . . 27.00 

incidental expenses . . 150.00 



$10,852.00 



POLICE AND WATCH. 

For salary city marshal . 81,200.00 

salary deputy . . 900.00 

salary captain of watch . 850.00 

pay eight patrolmen . G, 400. 00 

$9,350.00 

pay of janitor . . . 225.00 



noo.iii) 



$1,435.00 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



89 



For pay of special policemen 
fuel of city proper 
fuel Penacook 
board of horse and shoeing 
extra horse hire in city 
extra horse hire in Penacook 
lights 

rent at Penacook 
telephone and street gong at 

Penacook 
water 
ice 

incidentals 
helmets and buttons 
uniforms for special police 
police commissioners 
police telephone service 



300.00 

200.(111 

$30.00 

285.00 

30.00 

30.00 

ISO. DO 

los.oo 

50.00 
28.00 
15.00 

125. 00 

75.00 

50.00 

150.00 

500.00 



$1 I ,G5G.00 



ROADS AND BRIDGES. 

For salary of commissioner of high- 
ways .... $1,400.00 
general maintenance and repairs . 1,8000.00 
permanent work . . . 6,500.00 
cleaning streets . . . 4,300.00 
new concrete, (sidewalks and 

crossings) 2,000.00 

repairing concrete . . . 1,500.00 

catch basins, construction and 1,300.00 

cleaning . . . 1,300.00 



835,000.00 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. 



For city engineer, salary 
assistants salary 
supplies 
repai rs 



$l,50i).(io 

1,000,00 

100.00 
50.00 



90 CITY OF CONCORD. 

rent ..... 204.00 

incidentals .... 146.00 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

For chief engineer salary . $1)50.00 

assistant engineer's (pre- 
cinct) salary . . 250.00 

permanent men, pay-rolls 5,568.00 

Kearsarge Steamer Co. pay- 
rolls . . • 1,010.00 

Eagle Steamer Co., pay- 
rolls . . l.oio.oo 

Hook iV Ladder Co., pay- 
roll . . • 1,615.00 

( Governor Hill relief Co., 

pay-rolls . . 195.00 

Alert Hose Co.. pay-rolls 815.00 

Good Will Hose Co., pay- 
rolls . . .si:,, oo 

Pioneer Steamer Co., pay- 
rolls .. . . 500.00 

Pioneer Steamer Co., sal- 
ary engineer . . 75.00 

Pioneer Steamer Co., sal- 
ary assistant engineer . 25.00 

Pioneer Steamer Co., stew- 
ard . . - 30.00 

Pioneer Steamer Co., jani- 
tor . . . 45.00 

Cataract Co., pay-rolls 240.00 

Cataract Co., salary as- 
sistant engineer . 10.00 

Cataract Co., steward . 15.00 

Cataract Co., Janitor . 15.00 

Old Port Co., pay-rolls . 240.00 

Old Fort Co., salary as- 



$3,000.00 



APPROPRIATION?. 

sistant engineer . 10.00 

Old Fort Co., steward . 15.00 

rent of rooms. Veteran 

Firemen's Association 150.00 

extra men for vacation . 214.16 

—$13,812.16 

For forage .... $500.00 
fuel ..... 400.00 

lights .... 450.00 

water . . . IK!. 50 

horse shoeing . . . 300.00 

purchase of horses . . . 300.00 

horse hire .... 400.00 

washing , ... 100.00 

lire alarm .... 650.00 

supplies for chemical engine . . 50.00 

hose .... 525.00 

incidentals . . . 1,396.34 



$19,000.00 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

For bridges, Ward 1 . . $10,200.00 

fire department . . . 75.00 

public library . . . loo. 00 

White Park . . . 15.00 

Penaeook Park . . . 10.00 

Bradley Park . . . 10.00 

Old Norih Cemetery . . 150.00 

Pine Grove Cemetery . . 25.00 

liquor agency . . . 4is. 59 

history commission . . . :5 7t> .24 

salaries . . . . . 950.00 

incidentals and land damages . 3,350.00 

drinking fountain, Penaeook . 150.00 

poliee station, Penaeook . . 900.00 



92 CITY (>K CONCORD. 

PRECINCT APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1898. 

For interest, sewer bonds . . $2,545.00 

lighting streets . . . 10,500.00 

13,045.00 



WATER PRECINCT APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1898. 

For hydrants ..... $6,000.00 



STREET SPRINKLING APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1898. 

For sprinkling streets .... $3961.49 



APPROPRIATIONS FOR INWN SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR 1898. 

For payment of bonds . . $15,000.00 

interest on bonds . . . 2.7(H). no 

$17,7Qfl.OO 



PENACOOK PRECINCT APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1898. 

For sinking fund . . . $500.00 

interest, sewer bonds . . 960.00 

repairs .... 300.00 

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WEST CONCORD SEWERAGE PRECINCT FOR 1898. 

For sinking fund . . . $500.00 

interest on bonds . . '. 680.00 

$ 1 , 1 80. 00 



EAST CONCORD SEWER 4GE PRECINCT FOR 189S. 

For sinking fund . . . $100.00 

payment of interest on bonds . 70.00 

$170.00 



APPRO 1'KIATIONS. ( .»3 

APPROPRIATIONS FOFESCHCOL DISTRICT NO. 20. 

For payment of bond . . $500.00 

interest .... 60.00 

$560.00 



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CITY EXPENSES. 

FROM JANUxVRY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1898. 

Being an itemized account, made up from the honks of the City 

Auditor, <>f the payments made by tin City Treaaurei 

on account of 

RUNNINC EXPENS6S. 



PREPARED BY AUDITOR JOHN B. ABBOTT. 

The arrangement of the details of expenditure which follows is 
intended to furnish such information as is desired by the public, 
and is in accordance with suggestions received from various 
sources. Items of payment t^ the same individual at sundry 
times are included in the aggregate amount given, if paid for the 
same objects. Every effort has been made to ascertain and pay 
all the bills for the current year ; and in all cases, so far as known, 
payments of rent, etc., have been made to December 31, 1898, 
and salaries and committee service have been paid for the full 
municipal year. 



STATE AM) COUNTY TAXES AND INTEREST. 

Paid Solon A. Carter, state treasurer . $29,499.25 

County treasurer . . ... 42,200.69 

coupons and interest account . . . 3,989.14 



CITY POOR. 




Mrs. Thomas H. Clark 


$256.42 


Ernest Beliveau 


42.43 


Mrs. Georgianna S. Wilson 


15.00 



CITY EXPENSES. 99 



Albert Shaw . . . 15 uO 

Patrick Hackett . . . 30.00 



CITY POOR SOLDIERS. 
Mrs Henry M. Sanborn . . 53.80 



Stephen Lamphrey 


104.00 


Orrin Larkin 


109.35 


FIRE DEPARTMENT. 


Pay rolls, W . F. Thayer, Tr. 


$6,920.68 


Pay rolls, V\ r . P. Ladd, Paymaster 


. 6,810.00 


Abbott, Geo. Jr. 


18.45 


Abbott-Downing Company 


. 113.25 


Alexander, L. E. 


8.00 


American Soap and Washoline Co. 


6.88 


Barnes, Henry K. 


10.13 


Baker & Kiioniton, 


1.00 


Kerry. Ceo. A. & Co. 


2.80 


Bickford, M. V. 


202.00 


Britton, A. H. & Co. 


102.13 


Burleigh. N. B. 


2.50 


Bruce Arthur, Trustee 


. 3.75 


Caldbeck, John 


20.61 


Callahan,Cornelius 


2.50 


Cai penter, W . 


.7.") 


Carr, N". Gr. 


1.85 


(ale. B. .J. 


3.00 


Cate,Ross \Y. 


. 6.00 


Clark C. W. . . 


. 75.00 


Colburn, F. E. 


. 5.00 


CiMiant, H. E. 


. 67.35 


Concord Coal Co., 


539. IS 


Concord Ice Co. 


19.76 


" Laud & Water Power 


58.62 



$358.85 



$267.15 



100 CITY OF CONCOKD. 

Concord Light & Power Co. . 286.35 

" Machine Co. . . 14.05 

" Waterworks . . 108.50 

Conway, Patrick . . . 30.00 

Crowley, Daniel . . . 17.80 

Crowther, Leslie H. . . . 75.00 

Cushman, Eletrdc Co. . . 2. 80 

Cunningham, W. B. ... 3.00 

Dadmun, C W. . . . . 21.68 

Dame, C. R. . . . . 1.00 

Davis, E. H. . . . 35.00 

Davis, E. L. . . . 102.50 

Davis, O. N. . . . 17.40 

Day, Arthur N. . . . 276.10 

Decrow, W. E. 122.00 

Dodge, J. H. & Co. ■ . 815.20 

Downing, F. L. 4.75 

Downing, G. H. . . . 2.50 

Duncklee, W. A. . . . 13.00 

Duncklee, Norris A. • . . 10.75 

Durgin, Ed. C. . . . 5.00 

Eastman, Lowell . . . 2.20 

Electric Gas Lighting Co. . . 2.45 

Eureka Fire Hose Co. . . 500.50 

Fitch A. P. .... 9.23 

Fellows, Clark & Co. . . 33.50 

Fellows & Davis . . . 56.00 

Flanders, C. B. 2.00 

Foote, Brown & Co. . . 12.47 

Ford & Kimball . . 1.G4 

Gamewell, \. E. & Co. . 301.58 

George, F. H. , . . 1.25 

Gienty, D. H. . . . 70.00 

Globe Horseshoeing Shop . 120.00 

Green, W. C. 23.09 

Haggerty, Catherine . . 12.05 

Hammond, H. D. . . y.39 

Hill, Cyrus heirs . . . 75.00 



CITY EXPENSE?. 101 

Hill, .1. R. Co., . . . 29.58 

Hoit. L. B. 57.75 
Holme*, 0: F. .... 9.00 

Humphrey Dodge & Co., . . 83.01 

Huntley & Tenney . . . 75.17 

Hutchinson. E. B.bldg. Co., , . 2.00 

Jackson, A. S. . . . . 9.00 

Johnson, J. 1). & Sou . . 77.15 

Jones. George Mrs. . . . 12.00 

Kemp, George A. 2.00 

Lee Bros. .... 38.22 

Maguire, Robert J. . . . 97.05 

Marrin, C. H. & Co., . . . 15.30 

McShane. James E. 120.00 

New England Soap Co. . . 1.25 

Parmeuter & Co., . . . 10.56 

Pelissier& Co.. . . . 30.18 

Peuacook Electric Co., . . 87.60 

Robinson, George O. . . 5. on 

Rolfe, Abial W. . . . 11.04 

Rowell, J. H. & Co., . . . 22.74 

Rowell & Plummer . . . 6.65 

Sanborn. A. C. . . 4.00 

Scott, F. W. & Co. . . . 23*. 3s 

Sexton, M.S. . . . 18 40 

Stevens & Duncklee . . . 16.00 

Stewart J M, & Sons Co. . . 82.50 

Sturtevant. H. C. & Son . . 53.94 

Sullivan, Eugene & Co., . . 4.25 

Talbot Dye and chemical Co., . . 3.60 

TheoboLl, George L . . 513.15 

White, P. C. . . . . 15.00 

AVilcox, Chas. W. . . . 7.50 

Young. A. B. Mis. . . . ."..'.17 

Welch. James .... 7.29 

$19,986.49 



102 CITS OF CONCORD. 

INCIDENTALS AND LAND DAMAGE. 

Pay-rolls .... $842.35 

Abbott, George Jr. . . . 192.54 

Adams, Chancey . . . 28.50 

Adams, Frank . . . 21.20 

Allen, W. W. . . . 6.15 

American Express Co. . . . 2.2'.) 

Batchelder, C. F. . . . 13.40 

Bean. W. Arthur . 2.00 

Boardman, C. S. . - . 4.00 

Bowen, J. C . . . 8.53 

Burleigh, N. B. . . . 7.25 

Carpenter, W. . . . 43.28 

Chase, Henry H. . . . 177.00 

Chase, Jas. H. (Heirs of) . . 195.00 

Chase & Martin . . . 36.00 

Chadwick, .Jno., . . . . 3.50 

Cheever, Win. . . . .2.32 

Cochran, J. A. . . . 76.88 

Concord Axle Co., . . . .30 

•• Ice Co., . . . 496.05 

'• L. & P. Co., . . 136.20 

" Coal Co., . . . 152.66 

•• L. & W. P. Co., . . 216.00 

" Water Works . . 40.00 

" St. R. R. . . . 30.00 

Cleveland, H. A. . . 125.00 

Clarke, Chas. B. . . . 10.00 

Cook, Howard M. 26.00 

Crosby, Guy L. 2.00 

Darrah, W. W. . . . 31.15 

Davis, E. H. . . 80.85 

Dixon, E. H. . • . . 4.86 

Dunklee, N. A. . . . 51.00 

Eastman & Merrill . . . 18.00 

Emmons, O. F. 2.10 
Fanning, John .... 2.00 



CITY KXPKXSEP. 103 



Fiphen, C. F. . . . .2.12 

Flanders, H. A. . . 7.45 

Foote, Brown & Co., . 28.10 

Ford & Kimball . . . 62.41 

Foster, Geo. A. agt. . . . 25.00 

Gale, N. S. & Co., . . . 9.30 

Green, W. C. . . . . 65.00 

Howe, Geo. W. (U. R K. B.) . 40.00 

Hill, J. R. & Co., . . . 4.50 

Humphrey Dodge Co., . . 21.90 

Hutchinson, E. B. bldg. Co., . . 4.30 

Inman, Jno. H. 2.00 

.lack man & Lang . . . 64.50 

Judgement— (Ford J. H.) . . 20.(10 

kt (Fowler T. L.) . . 89.59 

Ladd, W. P. . . . .100.00 

Landon, F. W. . . . 61.71 

Lee Bros. . . . . 12.20 

Locke, G. S. 604.54 

Mace, F. P. . . . . 27.00 

Marsh, H. O. . . . . 8.50 

Martin, N. E. . . . 24.81 

Maxam, A. E. 5.00 

Merrill, Nellie A. 300.00 

Minot, Ruth A. . 16.50 

Morrill & Danforth . . . 178.90 

Morse, E. B. . . 8.00 

N. E. Granite works. . . . 22.50 

N. E. Tel. & Tel. Co., . 540.79 

Republican Press Assn. . 251.25 

Rolfe C. M. & A. W. . . . 126.07 

Rowell & Plummer . . 9.15 

Rollins R. 11. . . . 2 00 

Sanborn, Samuel G. 20.15 

Scott, F. W. & Co., . . .216.64 

Stevens, Edward A. 51.28 

Stevens & Dunklee . . . 34.04 

Stewart, J. M. & Sons . . 5.50 



104 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



Sturtevant, H. C. & Sou 
Swenson, John 
Symonds, Wm. 
Theobold, Geo. L. 
Thompson & Hoague 
Taylor, Durgiu & Sebra 
Town school (lis. 
Truchon, Chas. 
Walker, A. W. 
Wilson, Wm. S. 
Williams, H. O. 
Wood worth, A. B. 
Union Pub. Co., 



1.25 

78.00 
3.45 
5.00 
1.25 
3.00 

16.50 
1.50 
2.00 

15.00 
2.00 

44.42 

18.00 



$6. 319. 4:5 



Committee Service. 



Harvey P. Sanborn 
City treasurer 



812.83 
1,397.17 



§l,4liu>u 



History Commission. 



Carter, George E. 
Corning, Charles R. 
Evans, Ira C. 
McFarland, Henry 
Newhall, Blanche 
Rum ford Printing Co. 



$55.25 

150.00 

3.00 

42.9VI 
114.00 

14.00 



83/9.24 



CITY EXPENSES. 105 

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 

Roads and Bridges. 

Pay Rolls . . . $23,975.66 

Abbot Downing Co. . . . 25.00 

Abbott, C. H. .... 1.00 

Abbott, J. N. ... 63.116 

Abbott, Geo. Jr . 97.82 

Adams, Frank .... 82.50 

.Vmes Plow Co. . . 10.50 

Anderson, Ola ... . 29.00 

Bachelder, J. T. . . . 13.54 

Bennett, Frank R. 8.00 

Bilsborongh, B . . . .4.20 

Britton, A. H. & Co. 34.36 

Biodger, Dennis . . . 3.00 

n . v -, ( 4. CO 

Carter, r red . . . < „ nr . 

Cate, Ross W. . . . 36.00 

Clark, Alfred . . . 104.14 

'• 1,400.00 

Clark, Peter . . • . .23.60 

Climax Road Machine Co. . . 49.14 

Coffin, Frank & Co. . . . 41.88 

Colby, Frank P. 3.00 

Concord Fire department . . 115.00 

" Foundry Co, . . 154.61 

" Land & Water Power Co. . 96.00 

" Light & Power Co. . . .60 

" Waterworks . . 228.50 

Crosby Steam Gage & Valve Co. . 7.04 

Crossman, J. M. . . . .75 

Cushman Electric Co. . . . 6.85 

Danforth, Forrest & Morgan . 56.96 

Davis, vS. H. & Co. 10.00 

Davis, E. L. . . 3.00 

Dimond, Frank E. . . . 13.30 



106 CITY OF CONCORD. 



Dutton. J. S. 


ins. on 


Emery, L F. 


104.79 


Emery, R. S. 


. 19 o.i 


Eyeless Tool Co. 


14.38 


Farrell Foundry Machine Co. 


. 31.30 


Flanders Woodbury (est.) 


3.30 


Eoote, Browu & Co. 


8.49 


Ford & Kimball 


. 1 . 1 1 


Ford. W. P. & Co. 


43.38 


Gage, Asa M. 


.'.Ml 


Gale, N. S. & Co. 


31.63 


Giddis, .Joseph 


27.14 


Gill, Samuel K. 


46.86 


Goodhue & Milton 


17.77 


Good Roads Mach'y Co. 


1.00 


Grahame, Chas. C. 


3.00 


Hadlock, John 


. 8.00 


Hanson, Eli 


2.00 


Harrington, J. H. 


2.75 


Harris, J. F. 


11.25 


Hickory Broom Fibre Co. 


16.50 


Hill, Theodore 


. 4.50 


Hinds. L. R. 


. 27.34 


Holt, Samuel 


. 50.61 


Holt Bros. Mfg. Co. 


3.90 


Hoit. J. E. 


45.90 


Humphrey, Dodge & Co. 


274.24 


Huutley & Tenney 


227.63 


Hutchinson, E. B. Building Co. 


74.34 


Hubbard, F. K. 


. 2.35 


Hoass, Chas. 


. 28.00 


Jeuness, Esther C 


3.00 


Jenness, E. T. 


. 3.00 


Jenness, Geo. J. 


. 9.80 


Johnson, J. D. & Son 


199.00 


Johnson & Simpson, 


. 178.00 


Kelly, 0. S. Co. 


1.05 


Kilburn, John C. 


678 



CIT.Y EXPENS 


iES. 


Knowltou, A. \V. 


3.50 


Lamprey. .1.11. 


20.00 


Lee Bros. 


138.08 


Lewis, John A. 


52.00 


Little, C. P. 


40.00 


Macguire, Rohert .1. 


18.50 


Massisson, Ellen I). 


7.20 


Marsh, H. Q. 


99.90 


Martin, C. II. & Co. 


. 37 49 


Maxain, A. E. 


31 50 


Miner. N. E. 


1 .00 


Morrill & Danforth 


45.00 


McShane. .las. E. 


85.50 


N. E. Tel. & Tel. 


.25 


N. E. Granite works 


. 113.13 


Nelson & Dmrell 


1.40 


Neller George 


. 57.47 


Noyes, Chas. II. 


1.90 


Paige. E. P. 


. i <;.">.<;'.) 


Paige. John 


. r ».7o 


Partridge, Simeon 


3.70 


Penacook Electric Light Co. 


. 72.92 


Prescott, Geo. 


147.C5 


Proctor & Burt 


5.00 


Quimby, Wm. B. 


2.42 


Randall, E. H. 


18.35 


Richan'son. P. A. 


1.50 


Rines. John E. 


56.25 


Robinson, C}rus R. 


20.00 


Rolfe, C. M. & A. W. 


. 3.00 


Rowell & Plummer 


11.20 


Runnels, Erancis 


3.00 


Rowell. J. H. & Co. 


.".,704.77 


Saltmarsh, Albeit 


.40 


Sargent, R. G. 


14.60 


Sanborn, S. G. 


10.95 


Sewer department 
Smith, Ai J. 


11.08 
3.00 



li»7 



108 



i I rv OF CONCORD. 



Stevens & Duncklee . . .2 75 

S. Paul's School ... 8 25 

Stevens. C. li. & Co. . . 239.20 

Stickuey, Joseph . . . 12 00 

Stratton & Co. . . 11.90 

Sturtevaut, II. C & Son . . 384.32 

Swain, O. F. & Co. 6.60 

Tallant, Hugh . . . (18. 4t* 

Tenney, John T. . . . 3.75 

Theobald, Geo. L. 50.00 

Thompson, A. P. 7.00 

Virgin. Fales P. :'».i)i) 

Whittredge Geo. B. . . .3 30 

Woodworth & Co. . . 94.45 

Wooster. G. M. 10.25 

Wrought Iron Bridge Co. . . 712.28 

Young, A. B. Mrs. . ... 4.20 



Total . . . $:'»4, D94.25 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 

General Maintenance and Repairs. 

Appropriation . . . $18,000.00 

Transferred from permanent work . 1.272.65 

i- cleaning streets . 302.29 



.$111, 1)05. 27 





•• 


catch basins 




51.40 






new concrete 




278.93 






CENTRAL 


DISTRICT. 






General 


Repairs. 




Labor pay- 


rolls 


$3 


..so:;. 07 






sprinkling to camp ground 


22.40 




•■ 


city teamsters 




660.00 


.1. 


S. Duttou, rent 




108.00 



CITY EXPENSES. 105 

Concord Light & Power Co. gas . .60 

Alfred Clarke, com. postage, freight etc., 18.64 

Ross W. Cute, shoeing horses . 36.00 

James E. McShane, shoeing horses 80. 50 

N. E. Telephone Co. service . . .25 

George L. Theobold, horse . . 50. ('0 

Concord tire department horses . 115.00 

H. C. Sturtevant & Son grain and oil 249.29 

L. F. Emery, hay . . . 80.91 

J. N. Abbott, hay . . . 8.96 

Samuel K. Gid, hay . . . 46.86 

Frank Coffin & Co., hay . . . 3.68 

C. P. Little, mowing . . . 40.00 

Robert J Maguire, services . . 18.50 

F. K. Hubbard, medicines . . 2.35 
J. I). Johnson & Son, repairs, harnesses 

etc., .... 199.00 

Huntley & Tenney, repairs, . 227.63 

Humphrey Dodge Co ., hardware . H>7. .">.") 

A. H. Britton & Co., . 23.06 

A. E. Maxam. grade . . 31.50 

John Hadlock, edges . . 8.00 
Hu'chinson Building Company, lumber 

and labor . . . 3 1 .83 

Eyeless Tool Company, picks 14.38 

Ames Plow Company, points . 10.50 

J. N. Abboti. sled . . . 55. 00 

C. II. Vlartin & Company, paint, etc. 15.44 

Holt Brothers Manufacturing Co. piece oak .15 

P. A. Richardson, gravel . . 1 .50 

Frank Adams, gravel . • 82.50 

J. Elizabeth Hoit, gravel . . 45.90 

Concord L. &W. P. Co., lights . 96.00 

Concord Water Works, Water . 5.00 

Ola Anderson, stone . . 29.00 

E. P. Paige, lumber . . 100.30 

Alfred Chirk, Com. office furniture . £5.50 

.1. II. Lamprey, labor . . 20.00 



1 10 CITY OF CONCORD. 

.1 . II. Howell & Co., repairing concrete 73.04 

Frank Collin & Co. cement . . L3.80 

Good Roads Machinery Co., castings 1.00 

S. II. Davis & Co.. oil,, meter . 10.00 

\Y. P. Ford & Co., plow-, etc. . 43.38 

II. (). .Marsh & Co.. coal . . 1.29 
J. II. Harrington, coal 



i ■ > 



Shade Trees. 
Labor pay-rolls 
A. II. Britton A. Co.. axe- 
Bridges. 
Labor pay-rolls 

Humphrey, Dodge & Co.. hardware 
('. II. .Martin & Co.. paint, etc. 
Geo. Abbott, Jr. 
Nelson & Durrell, oil 
Geo. B. Whittredge, oil 
John Lewis, lighting bridge 
Stevens & Dunklee, Ian:)) 
J. II. Howell & Co., repairing concrete 
A. II. Stevens & Co., lumber 



Culverts. 
Labor pay-r< >lls . . . $"* 3.60 



Fences. 
Labor pa\ -rolls 

Humphrey', Dodge Co.. nails, etc. 
13 3iij. Bilsborough, paint 
Ford & Kimball, feme posts 
Hutchinson Bid. Co.. labor 



Signs. 
Labor pay-rolls, . . . 28.10 

Hutchinson Building Co.. signs . 6.00 



8287 


.Oil 




4 
6 


.70 
.85 


< 


'7 


.82 




1 


.in 
.30 


; 


)2 


.HI 


:;i 


,s. 


'.>!> 


2; 


!9, 


,20 



$27 


..">!) 




.64 


4 


.20 


i 


.77 


'■> 


.00 



$6,684,81 



si7:i.i»7 



$1,012.01 



873.60 



843.20 



CITY EXPENSES. 1 1 1 



56.96 


19.04 


3.75 


147.65 



Danforth. Forest and Morgan, signs 

K. S. Emery posts 

Holt Bros. Mfg. Co., posts 

Geo. Prescott, painting signs 



Repairing Macadam. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $74.0,x 

Humphrey, Dodge Co., repairs . . 1 .s 

Winter Expense. 

Labor pay-rolls . . $2,1 72. '.is 

Labor pay-rolls plows . . 160.00 

Humphrey, Dodge Co.. shovels . 8.45 

A. H. Britton & Co. . . 2.75 



Sanding. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $49.0.62 

Joseph Stickney, rent of land . 12.00 



Paving. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $376.48 



Sidewalks and Crossings. 
Labor pay-rolls, sidewalks . . $449.65 

Labor pay-rolls, crossings . . 14.92 



$261.50 



$74.26 



$2,344.18 



$502.62 



$3 i 6,48 



$464.57 



Watering Troughs and Drinking Fountains. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $ 13.08 

Concord Water Works, water . 137.50 

Goodhue & Milton, repairs . . 3.73 

A. II. Britton & Co., repairs . . 1.8") 

E. H. Randall & Co., repairs . 18.3;") 

Frank Coffin & Co., cement . . 2.30 

$176.81 



112 



CITY OF COXCORD. 



MILLVILLE DISTRICT. 
General Repairs. 

Labor pay-rolls . . $1,706.09 

St. Paul's School, labor and gravel . 5.70 

(has. II. Noyes, " . 1.90 

John Paige, " . 5.70 

Mrs. E. I). Massison. •• . 7.20 

Peter Clark, . u 23. 60 

Woodbury Flanders Est., ■• . 3.30 

Albert Saltmarsh, " . .40 

Hutchinson Bid. Co., signs . .72 







B 


ridges. 








Labor pay-rolls 
E. P. Paige, lumber 
N. E. Granite Works, 
Humphrey Dodge Co. 


grout 
bolts 


• 


$371.93 
65.39 

51.93 
.57 


8 l,v 


s-' 






Cu 


lverts. 








Labor pay- 
Sewer Dep 
Humphrey, 


rolls 
t., pipe 
Dodge Co. 


, pipe 




89.33 

11.08 
. 53.82 


ftlrU 


••>•{ 



Labor pay-rolls 



Winter Expense. 



$267.09 



$267.09 



PENACOOK DISTRICT. 
General Repairs. 

Labcr pay-rolls . . $880.71 

W r m. B. Quimby, labor . . 2.42 

N. S. Gale & Co., hardware . 4.50 

Samuel G. Sanborn, blacksmithing . 9.75 

Foote, Brown & Co., hardware . 8.49 





CITY EXPENSES. 




R. G. Sargent, gravel 




14.00 


Strattou & Co., sand 




11.90 




Bridges. 




Labor pay-rolls 


. 


$2.66 


Penaeook P^lectric Light Co., lights 


72.92 


N. E. Miner, labor 




1.00 



Shade Trees. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $1.66 



Sidewalks and Crossings. 
Labor pay-rolls, sidewalks . §16.83 

" " crossings . . 2. HI 



Watering Troughs. 
Concord Water Works, water . . $40.00 

N. S. Gale & Co., hardware . .42 

C. M. & A. W. Rolfe, nse of watering trough 3.00 
F. P. Colby, •• 3.00 



Winter Expense. 
Labor pay-rolls . . $512.08 



Sanding 

Labor pay-rolls . . $107.96 



WEST CONCORD DISTRICT. 
General Repairs. 
Labor pay-rolls . . ?2.'i7.12 

Simeon Partridge, sharpening picks :!.70 



Bridges and Culverts. 
Labor pay-rolls . . $4.2' 



116 



$932.37 



$76.58 



$1.66 



$18.99 



$46. 12 



$512 08 



$107.96 



$2 10.82 



$4.27 



U4 CJ IV OF CONCOKD. 

Fences. 

Labor pay-rolls . • ' $13.69 

Humphrey-Dodge Co., bolts . 1-10 

C. H. Martin & Co., paint . 5.35 

St. Paul's School, planing boards 2.55 

Macadamizing 
Labor pay-rolls . • • Sl29.ll 

Sidewalks. 
Labor pay-rolls . • • $162.79 



Waterir.g Troughs 

ConcordJWater Works, water . $40.00 

A. 11. Britton & Co., hardware . .77 

.1. M. Crossman, n rench . • -75 

Goodhue & Milton, repairs . ■ 6.43 

"Winter Expense. 

Labor pay-rolls . . • $144.01 

(t u plows . . • 30.00 

Humphrey-Dodge Co., pick hand!. .60 

Sandiu?. 

Laboi pay-r< - • • - - ' • - 



LONG POND, NORTH DISTRI3T. 
Winter Expense. 
Labor pay-rolls . . • $ 56 - 15 



Labor pay-rolls 



NUMBER FOUR LISTR1CT. 
General Repairs. 

;186.27 



822. G9 



8129.11 



$162.79 



$41.95 



$174.61 



821.48 



: 56.15 



CITY EXPENSE 5 *. 115 

F. E. Dimond, cartridges etc. . 6.45 

$11)2.72 



Culverts. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $23.70 



Fences. 
Labor pay-rolls • . . 820.00 

F. E. Dimond posts etc. . . 6.85 



Winter Expense. 
Lai .or pay-rolls . . . $121.91 



HORSE HILL DISTRICT. 

General Repairs. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $58.35 

Eli Hanson, labor . . . 2.00 

Samuel G. Sanborn, blacksmithing . ].20 



Winter Expenses. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $31.75 



MAST YARD DISTRICT. 
General Repairs. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $71.55 

Frank R. Bennett, grade . . 8.00 

Francis Runnells, use watering trough 3.00 



Winter Expense. 
Lab^r pay-rolls . . . $16.65 



13.70 



$26.85 



$121.91 



$61.55 



$31.75 



$82.55 



$16.65 



116 CITY OF CONCORD, 

EAST CONCORD VILLAGE DISTRICT. 
( General Repairs. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $30.2.02 

Fred Cartel-, lighting street lamp . Hum 

.Airs. A. 1). Young, oil, etc. . . 4.20 

C. II. Martin & Co., bronze . . 20.00 

$316.42 

( lulverts. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . 35.02 

$35.02 

Sidewalks and Crossings, 
Labor pay-rolls, sidewalks . . 8.55 

" crossings . . 11.70 

$20.25 

Watering Troughs. 
C. R. Robinson, water for trough . 2().no 

.$20.00 

Winter Expense. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . L13.17 

Plows . . . 15.00 

$128.17 



EAST CONCORD, INTERVALE DISTRICT. 

General Repairs. 

Labor pay-rolls ... 1 7. '.Hi 

C. C. Graham, use watering trough . 3.00 

$20.96 

Winter Expense. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . 56.86 

$56.86 



MOUNTAIN DISTRICT. 
General Repairs. 
Labor p; y-rolb . . . 83.34 



$83.34 



CITY EXPENSES. 117 

Winter Expense. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . 56.10 

$56.10 



NORTH CONCORD DISTRICT. 
( 5-eneral Repairs. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . 159.35 

Dennis Brodger, use watering trough . 3.00 

$162.35 

Bridges. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . 1 .">..">:> 

John C. Kilburn, plank, etc. . . 6.78 

Hugh Tallant, plank . . . 29.40 

$51.71 

Winter Expense. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . 68.12 

$68.12 



POTTER STREET DISTRICT. 
General Repairs. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . 182.55 

John T. Tenney, use watering trough . 3.00 

John T. Batchelder, labor and grade . 13.54 

$199.09 

Culverts. 

(). F. Swain, stone . . . 6.60 

$6 60 

Winter Expense. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . 45.51 

Humphrey, Dodge Co., shovel . . 1.00 

$46.51 



VIRGIN DISTRICT. 

General Repairs. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . 63.80 



118 




(lit Of CONCORD-. 






E. P. 


Virgin, use w: 


tering trough 

Winter Expense. 


$.oi 


$66.80 


La ho 


■ pay-rolli 




81.46 


$81.46 



EGYFr DISTRICT. 

( ireneral Repairs. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . L52.05 

Geo. G. Jenness, gravel . . •'•• sn 

Esther C. Jenness, use watering trough . 3.00 

E. T. Jenness " " " . 3.00 

$167.8;") 

Winter Expense. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . 97.9 1 

$97.91 



HOT HOLE POM) DISTRICT 

( reneral Repairs. 

Labor pay-rolls 

Bridges. 
Labor pay-rolls 
C. H. Abbott, bridge timber 

Winter Expense. 
Labor pay-rolls 



IS. HI 






$18.10 


48.53 


LOO 






$4 ( . 1.53 


L8.93 




•SI 8.93 



SANBORN DISTRICT. 
General Repairs. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . 44.85 



U4 85 



City expenses. 110 



Winter Expense. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . 65.50 



$65.50 



PENACOOK INTERVALE DISTRICT 

( J-eneral Repairs. 
Labor pay-rolls 
Asa M. Gage, gravel 
Ai J. Smith, use watering trough 

Winter Expense. 
Labor pay-rolls 



15.50 




90 




3.00 






$19.40 




30.04 






$30.04 






$19,905.27 



CLEANING STREETS. 
Appropriation .... $4,300.00 

CENTRAL DISTRICT. 
Cleaning Streets. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $2,332.37 

Humphrey-Dodge Co., hose etc. . 11.25 

II. C. Sturtevant & Son. grain . . 36.05 

$2,379.67 



Hand Cart. 

Labor pay-rolk . . . $262.66 

Chas. Hoass, hand cart . . 28.00 

Hickory Broom Fibre Co., broom-, . 16.50 



Sweeping Pavements. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $9.31 

Abbot Downing Co., refilling broom . 25.00 



$307.16 



34.13 



Night Collection Ashes. 
Labor pay-rolls, collection . .$370.60 



120 CITY OF CONCORD. 

Laborpay-rolls leveling ashes . 228.53 



$599.13 



Night Collection Paper. 

Labor pay-rolls, collection .. . $168.84 

" " burning paper . 254.75 

Humphrey- Dodge Co.. brick etc . 3.22 

frank Coffin & Co., cement . . 1.15 

Hutchinson 1>U1. Co., lumber . . 29.17 



WEST CONCORD DISTRICT. 
Cleaning Streets. 
Laborpay-rolls .... $24.74 



PENACOOK DISTRICT. 

Cleaning Streets. 
Labor pay-rol - $173.55 



1457.13 



$24.74 



$ 1 7- ">..">"> 



EAST CONCORD VILLAGE DISTRICT. 

Cleaning Streets. 

Labor pay-roll- . . . $22.20 

$22.20 
Transfered to General Maintenance . . 6302.2!) 

$4,300.00 



CATCH BASINS. 

Appropriation . . . $1,300.00 

Transfered from Sidewalks and Crossings 200.00 



$1,500.00 



CITY EXPENSES. 



121 



CENTRAL DISTRICT. 
Cleaning Catch Basins, 



Labor pay-rolls 

H. C. Sturtevant & Son, grain 
Proctor & Burt, rubber boots 
Stevens & Dunklee, ladles 



$578.30 

21.70 
5.00 

2.00 



Building and Repairing Catch Basins. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $155.77 

Frank Coffin & Co., cement . . 20.80 

Humphrey- Dodge Co., pipe . . 18.01 

Concord Foundry Co.. grate:-* etc . 132.60 

Rovvell & Plummer, mason work . LI. 20 

Joseph Giddis, " " . . 27.1 1 

Samuel Holt, brick . . . 50.6] 



Labor pay-r< 



WEST CONCORD DISTRICT. 
Cleaning Catch Basins. 

813.57 



Labor pay-rolls 



PENACOOK DISTRICT. 
Cleaning Catch Basins. 

Building Catch Basin-. 



$52.97 



Labor pay-rolls 

Humphrey-Dodge Co., pipe 

N. S. dale & Co., 

Concord Foundry Co., grates etc. 

John E. Rines, brick 

George Neller, mason work 



s | .") | . .") i > 

17.94 
26.71 
15.50 
. 56.2r> 
57.47 



$607.00 



$446.13 



$] 3.57 



52.9' 



122 CUT Of CONOOKB. 

A. \V. Knowlton, mason work . 8.50 



$328.93 
Transferred to General Maintenance . . 51.40 



$1,500.00 



NEW CONCRETE. 
Appropriation . . . $2,000.00 

$2,000.00 



CENTRAL DISTRICT. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $161 .!»<; 

J. II. Howell & Co., new concrete . 1,204.02 

Hirinphrey-Dodge Co., pipe . . 1.05 

Johnson ^ Simpson, edgestone . 147. <>o 

$1,514.03 



PENACOOK DISTRICT. 

E. L. Davis, teaming . . . $3.00 



3.00 


200.00 


278.93 


4.04 



Transferred to catch basins 

" " General Maintenance 

Balance on deposit 

$2,000.00 
Repairing Concrete. 

Appropriation . . . $1,500.00 

$1,500.00 



CENTRAL DISTRICT. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $78.33 

J. H. Rowell & Co., repairing concrete 1,419.96 

$1,498.29 

Balance on deposit . . . . 1.71 

$1,500.00 



«rn KX PKNSES . 1 2.'5 



SPRINKLING 



Balance from l«97 . . . $461.49 

Appropriation . . . 3,500.00 



Sprinkling. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $2,133.15 

Concord Water Works, water . . Tow. no 



$3,961.49 



$2,833.15 



Repairs, Sprinklers and Stand Pipes. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $J 50.57 

Goodhue & Milton, repairs . . 30.42 

Sam'l Eastman & Co., coupling, etc. . 52.00 

Abbot-Downing Co., repairs . . '2.25 

Huntley & Tenney . . . L4.95 

C. II. Martin iV Co., paint, etc. . 36.65 



$286.84 
Balance on deposit . . . .841 .50 



$3,961.49 



PERMANENT WORK. 
Appropriation . . . $6,500.00 



$6,500.00 



CENTRAL DISTRICT. 

( J-eneral Repairs. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $67.4 ! 

Concord Water Works, water . . 6.00 

Farrel Foundry and Machine Co., toggles 31.30 

Humphrey-Dodge Co., packing, etc. . 7.71 
Climax Road Machine Co., crusher plates, etc. 49.14 

Morrill it Dan forth, insurance . . 45.00 

Frank Coffin & Co., bag . . .15 

Goodhue <x Milton, repairs . . 7.61 



124 CITY OF CONCORD. 

Cushman Electric Co. . . . 6.80 

C. II. Martin & ( '«-.. oil, etc. . . L65 
L. F. Finery, hay . . . 28.88 
Crosby Steam Guage mid Valve Co., guage and 

and repairs .... 7.04 

0. S. Kelly Co.. 2;ua2e-cocks ■ . • . 1 .05 



$257.82 



Concreting on School Street. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $1 43.38 

II. O. Marsh & Co., coal . . 5.50 

J. II. Howell & Co., concrete . . 215.62 



$364.50 



Concreting on No. Main Street, opposite Eagle Hotel. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $1 18.1 1 

II. O. Marsh & Co., coal . . 13.85 

J. II. Rowell & Co., roncrete . 173.14 

C. II. Martin & Co., oil, etc. . . .50 

Humphrey-Dodge Co., packing, etc. . 1 - ; >-"> 



Paving on Bridge Street . 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $391.62 

X. E. Granite Works, paving blocks . 43.20 



$636.95 



$434.82 



( 'ulvert on Xoyes St reel . 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $177. !>0 

N. E. Granite Works, stone . . 12. 00 

A. II. Britton & Co., drills, etc. . 3.68 



$193.58 



Macadamizing on North Main street. 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $1,965.54 

H. O. Marsh & Co., coal . 79.26 

Hutchinson Bid. Co , stakes . . 3.12 

Humphrey- Dodge Co., packing, etc., 5.30 

Hugh Tallant, stone . . . $39.00 

C. H. Martin & Co.. oil, etc.. . . 4.50 



CITY EXPENSES. 1 2.") 

H. C Sturtevant & Son, grain . . 77.2<s v 

S2,17 1.i 



MILLVJLLE DISTRICT. 

Bridge at St. Paul's School. 
Labor pay-rolls . . . $172.80 

N. E. Granite works, stone . . 6.00 

Johnson & Simpson, stone . . 31.00 

Concord Foundry Co., pockets . . 6.51 

Wrought Iron Bridge Co., bridge . 712.28 

Theodore Hill, lighting lantern . . 4.50 

Wood worth & Co., cement . . 94.45 

Lee Bros., fence . . . 138.08 



$1,165.68 



Transferred to general maintenance $1,272.65 



6,500.00 



Drinking Fountain, Penacook. 
Appropriation ... $] 50.1 

Labor pa\ -rolls . . . . $13.19 

Concord Foundry Co., frames, etc., . 20.75 

John E. Rines, brick . . . 7.50 

A. \V. Kuowlton, labor . . . 5.95 

Goodhue & Milton, labor, fountain, etc., 66.13 

N. S. Gale & Co., pipe, etc., . . 4.46 

Foote, Brown & Co.. cement . . 2.<-0 

$119.98 



Balance on deposit ... 3 '.02 



$150.00 



MOVING STREET RAILWAY. 
Appropriation . . . $1.00f .00 

Labor pay-rolls . . . $653.55 

C. M, & A. W. Rolfe, lumber . 26.07 

Concord Street Ry., tickets . . 3< .00 



126 



CITY OV CONCORD. 



N. E. Granite Works, .-lone 
John Swenson. stone 
Fooie, Brown & Co , cement, etc., 
E. L. Davis, drawing stone 
N. S. Gale & Co., pipe etc., 
Ford & Kimball, lence posts 
William Symonds, labor 
J. C. Bowen, pa in t, etc., 
Concord Axle Co., iron 

Balance on deposit. 



17.5!) 

78.no 

28.10 

80.85 

9.30 

62.4] 

3.45 

8.53 

.30 



8998.06 
1 .94 

$1,000.00 



BRIDGES AT PENACOOK. 



EXPENDED BY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 

Iron Bridge on Main Street. 

$119.41 

a. 34 

20.00 

2.85 

. 7.5c 
8.00 
8.56 



Labor pay-rolls 
Nutting & Llayden, points 
Concord Street Ry., tickets 
Frank Coffin & Co.. cement 
Edward JMcShane, stone 
Wood»o»ih & Co., cement 
Foote, Brown & Co., cement 
C. VV. & A. W. Rolfe, lumbei 



Twin Bi idge. 

Labor pay-rolls 

R. G. Sargent, gravel 

Stratton & Co., sand and sacks 

Samuel G. San horn, blacksmithing 

Wood worth & Co., cement 

Frank Coffin & Co., cement 

Concord Street Ry., tickets 

Humphrey- Dodge Co., shims and wedges 

C. M. & A. W. Rolfe, lumber 



972.33 

1.60 

1 L.30 

55.85 

93. 5u 

50.00 

.75 
1.54 



8172.99 



CITY EXPENSES. 121 



Foote, Brown & Co., cement, etc., 

N. E. Granite Works, stone 

John Swenson, stone 

E. L. Davis, drawing stone 

Concord Axle Co., labor, etc., 

C. H. Sanders, rubber boots 

N. S. Gale & Co., axes etc., 



2.37 


176.84 


153.16 


52.05 


3.59 


8.25 


1.95 



POLICE AND WATCH. 

Pay-rolls . . . $9,814.65 

Adam's, Chancey . . 1 .00 

Abbott, George Jr. . . . LOO 

Bickford, M. F. . . . 246.03 

Batchelder, & Co. . . . 33.89 

Cnadwick, John . . . ;;i .50 

Chase, J. G. . . . . 1.30 

Coleman, P. II. 9.75 

Concord Coal Company . . 106.98 

" Ice " . . . 8.00 

" L. & P. Co. . . . 113.70 

Concord L. it W. P. Co. . . 39.67 

tl Water works . . . 28.00 

Cutler, P. R. ... 6.0rj 

Cutler & Co. . . . . 2.91 

Danforth, C. C. . . . 50.00 

Dwight, J. E. .... 50.00 

Davis. E. L. . . . 33.93 

Eastman, L. . . . . .60 

Emmons, II. A. . . . 2.00 

Evans 1). & Co. . . . 15.00 

Farrand, J. C. . . . ,",.01 

Fernald, W. J. . 6.50 

Fitch, A. P. . . . . 1.00 

Hill, J. R. & Co. . . . 9.15 

Huntley & Tenney . . . 10.05 



,594.28 



1 ,7(17.27 



128 CITY OF CONCORD. 

Hutchinson, E. 15. & Co. . . 7. 'JO 

Knox . . . . .'11 .50 

Lanclon, F. W. . . . :>.7.~> 

Leonard, A. & Co. . . . 7.(10 

Lee Brothers . . . .4 .05 

Locke, G. S. . . . . LOO 

Marsh, II. O. . . . 176.24 

Miller, John .... L.70 

Morrison, A. S. 2.75 

Mc Shane, J. E. . . . 25.00 

Nelson. X. ('. & Co. . . . 2.25 

X. E. Tel. & Tel. Co. . . 104.17 

Penacook Electric Light Company 80.55 

•• Tel. Company . . 2.50 

Sanborn, A. ('. . . . 6.20 

- iders, ('. II. . . . 108.00 

Stevens & 1 )uncklee . . .8. to 

Silsby G. H. & Son . . . 1.05 

Thompson & Hoagne. . . 1.75 

Wheeler Giles . . . 50.00 



$11,204.43 



PRINTING AND STATIONARY. 

Abbott, J. 15. .... 9.82 

Buck. T. S. .... 2.96 

Business Publishing Co. ' . . . 1.00 

Eastman, E. C. . 14.59 

Evans. Ira C. ... . 307.08 

Concord Evening Monitor . . 107.70 

Independent Statesman . , 6.00 

Mc Murphy, J. W. . . . 17.50 

Little, A. P. . . . . 2.10 

N. H. Dem. Press . . . 134.54 

Rumt'ord Printing Co. . 1,595.83 

Sanders. F. L. . . . 18.06 

Silsby, G. II. II. & Son . . 151.61 



< IIV EXPENSES. 1. 29 

Smith, Chas. C. . 2.19 

Smith, R.H. Mfg. Co. . . 3.93 

Tilden, E. M. ... 4.15 

Postmaster, city . . . . 7.45 

$2,386.51 



BOARD OP HEALTH. 

Angell, E. R. '.. . . 15.30 

Berry, ( reorge A. . . . .50 

Clark, E. A. . 56.30 

Coburn, J. H. . . . 4.00 

Concord L. & P. Co. . . . 2.40 

Day, A. K. . . . . 57.50 

Duncklee, N. A. . . . 18.00 

Dutton, J. S. . . . . Jos. no 

Fernald, W. J. . L0.00 

Marsh, II. O. . . . . 3.12 

Martin, C. II. & Co., . . 3.93 

Palmer, C. E. . . . 800.00 

-• . . . 57.07 

Pearson, E. X. 25. no 

Robinson, Tom .... 3.50 

Sullivan, 1). W. . . . 25.00 

" . . 8.50 

Sullivan, D. 1). .... 1.40 

St. Johns, Fred . . . • 10. 00 

Theobald, Geo. L. 2.00 

Woodworth, iNc Co., . . 5.63 



LEGAL EXPENSE?. 
Badger, B. E. . . . . $2.00 

Sargent, Harry G. 28.10 



SI, 213. 15 



$30.10 



130 CITY OF CONCORD. 

DOG LICENSES. 



Davis, K. L. 


$5.00 


Dimond, (J. II. 


3.00 


Sanborn, Daniel 1>. 


L5.00 


Sanborn, John L>. . , 


7. on 


* 


10.00 


SCHOOLS. 




JRundlett, L. J.. 


$49,285.80 


J%fofo0tt, Isaac X. '1 rr.. 


4,474. !)6 


IRdlft, Henry Treas'r 


3,588.74 




°"i7 •; in ~io 


I Bonds — T. S. 1). 


$15,000.00 


U. S. D. 


3,000.00 


Int. — No. 21) 


30.00 

«i s ii'Ki no 




C*IOjU'JU.VU 




$75,3?9.50 


PRECINCT. 




Concord Light & Powe» Co. 


$1,38J .00 


Concord Laud & Water Power Co. 




(Receivers of) 


8,7! 0.10 




$10,173.10 



CONCORD WATER WORKS. 
Concord Water works . . 86,000.00 



$0,000.00 



DRINKINC FOUNTAIN PENACCOK, 

fay-rolls . $13.15) 

(. oncord Foundry Co. . . 20.75 

. Brown cv. Co. . . 2.00 

Gale, X. s. & Co. . . 4-46 

Goodhue & Milton . . 66. 13 

Know! ton, A. W. . . 5.95 

h s. John K. . • • ^• ;,l) 



81 L9.9/8 



CITY EXPENSES. 



131 



SALARIES. 



Abbott, John B. 

A hern, James 

Badger, Beuj. F^. 

Bell, W. H. (est. of) 

Cochran, J. A. 

Cowley, W. A. 

Cr®wther, Leslie H. 

Dennett, George 8. 

Fifield, 0. J. 

Foster, George A. 

Foote, Charles E. 

French, S. L. 

lloit, George A. 

Hood, Harry R. 

Isabel, M. M. 

Lee, Johu J. 

Lyford, J. <>. 

Ladd, W. P. 

Paige, J. P. 

Rolfe, Henry 

Sargent, II. G. 

Stevens, Edward A. 

Sanborn, Harvey P. 

Shepard, Joseph E. 

Shurtleff, A. J. 

Pay-rolls 

Thayer, W. F. 

Saltmarsh, Albert chairman 

Uuderhill, Geo. F. 

Weeks, Jonathan B. 

Woodman, D. C. 

Woodworth, Albert B. 

Wood Worth, Mary P. secretary 



S500.no 

388.00 

800.00 

87.50 

1.400 

282.00 

1.00 

396.00 

309.00 

29.1 is 

30.00 

1.00 

10. DO 

200.00 

11. nO 

291.00 

500.00 

1464.57 

85.00 

25.00 

500.00 

600.00 

60.00 

396.00 

. in. on 

6.89 

25u.00 

200.00 

378.00 

298.00 

348.00 

1,000.00 

250.00 



$11,789.15 



Pay-rolls 



SEWERS. 



$2,656.63 



132 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



Britton, A. H. & Co.. . . . .90 

Concord Foundry Co., . . . 12.32 

Waterworks . . . 31.00 

dishing, PL A. . . . .14.25 

Dow, Arthur .... 22.06 

Dew, George A. . . . . Ll.25 

Dow, D. B. . . . . 4.00 

Ford <fc Kimball "... 93.03 

Giles, William . . . . 2. 00 

Globe Horse Shoeing . . . .75 

Healey, Z. F. . . . . 2.00 

Holt, Samuel . . . .122.57 

Humphrey- Dodge Co . . 202.10 

Hutchinsou, E. B. Bldg. Co. . . 19.25 

Lee Bros. . ;>,_72 

Morrill, L. 2.50 

Riford, W. L • 6.25 

Robinson, Thomas . . . \ ^ {) 

Roundy, A. S. . . . . i.uo 

Rowell & Plummer . . 42.40 

Sewell, George F. ;;.25 

Silva, Wm. .... 20.50 

Sims > J- • • . . .1.00 

Sturtevant, H. C. &[Son . . .5.10 

Theobald, Geo. L. . . 77.40 

Thompson, W. A. . . 12.00 

Thompson & Hoague . . 525.02 

Uptou, E. E. . . . 25.00 

Wood worth & Co. . . 63.10 

Stevens. C. H. & Co. . . . 14.00 



L,058.46 





PUBLIC LIBRARY. 


Pay- rolls 
Abbott, Geo. Jr. 


. .$2,642.49 
9.32 


Appleton, D. & Co. 


5.00 



CITY EXPENSES!. 133 

Boston Book Co. . . 58.42 

Blauchard, Grace, . . . 43.32 

Britton, A. H. & Co. . . 345.37 

Burleigh, N. B. . . . . 1.50 

Carter, N. F. . . . . 2.25 

Cleveland Pub. Library . . .5.00 

Concord Light and Power Co. . . 113.1 (J 

Concord Coal Co. . . 186. GO 

" Water Works . . . 10.00 

Cunningham, W. B. . . . 52.00 

Darrah, W. M, . . 11.50 

Eastman, E. C. -.00 

Eastman & Merrill . . . 25.00 

Estes & Lauriat . . . .32.69 

Evans, Ira C. . . . . 593.65 

Gale, N. S. & Co. . . 52.00 

Hammond, II. P. 3.00 

Hayward, S. 6.00 

Hellman-Taylor Co. . . . 5.00 

Hooper, H. E. . . . 19.00 

Hunt, W E. . . 331.4 1 

Hunt & Emerson . . . 79.66 

Illustrated American . . 4.00 

Library Bureau . . . 8.13 

Littlefield, Geo. E. 31.05 

Metcalf, H. H, 2.50 

Morey. H. E. . . . . 5.00 

Morrill *& Dauforth , . . 62.50 

Nature Study Pub. Co. . . 5.00 

N. H. Democratic Press Co. . . 6.00 

Popular Science News . . . 2.00 

Pingault, E. 2.00 

Putnam, G. P. Sons . . . 2.13 

Republican Press Ass 'n . . . 6.00 

Ruoiford Printing Co. . . . 72.39 

Sanders, F. L. , . , 19.77 

Samuels & Kimball . . . 3.50 



134 CITY OF CONCORD, 

Shallis, Ira B. .... 3.00 

Silsby, G. H. H. & Son . . 53,53 

Stone, M. T. , 3.00 

Thompson & Hoague . . . 4.15 

Townee, S. D. . . . 4. CO 



LIQUOR AGENCY. 

Moses Ladd .... $000.00 

" " . . . . 18,82 

Adams, Taylor & Co. . 883.41 

Concord Coal Co. . . . 18.72 

" Light and Power Co. . . 5.10 

Connor, Samuel H. 25.00 

Fisher & Co. . . . . 55. ')() 

George, F. H. . . . 1.25 

Graves, C. H. & Son . , . 440.44 

Stickney, J. . . . 283.00 



Decoration Day. 

Battles, Frank. Q. M. . . $220.00 

Brown, D. Arthur, Q, M. . . 7.".. 00 

Powell, Alvin C, Q. M. . . 50.00 



Lighting Streets -Ward 1. 
Emery, Alfred E., treasurer . $1,300.00 



CEMETERIES AND PARKS. 

White Park. 

Pay-rolls .... $2,298.89 

Adams, G. F. . . . . 4.00 

Abbott, Geo. Jr. . . . 1-74 

Bowditch, Jas. H. 10.00 



$5,091.02 



$2,330.74 



$345.00 



$1,300.00 



CITY EXPENSES. 135 

Cate, R. W. . . . . 9.55 

Chesley, George W. . . 226.95 

Clifford, M. E . . . .2.80 

Concord Water Works . . . 10.00 

Critchett, W. W. .... 22.50 
Coffin, Frank & Co. . . . 55. Of. 

Crowley, Daniel .... 7.96 
Dan forth & Forrest . . . 50.32 

Ellwanger & Barry . . . 52.30 

Flanders, C. S. 30.00 

Herbert, Alma J. 61.25 

Humphrey. Dodge & Co. . . 17.16 

Johnson, J. D. & Son . . . 12. Ho 

Kennebec Nursery Co. . . 4.50 

King, William ... .1 .95 

Nelson, Carl J. . . . . 50.00 

Morrison, E. T. .... 20.00 

Richardson, W. H. . . . 3.06 

Riford, W. L. . . . .1.91 

Rum ford Printing Co. . . . 4.75 

Sanborn, A. C. .... 4.20 

Shady Hill Nursery . . . 7.90 

Thompson & Hoague . . . 6.45 

Thome, .John C. . . . 2.75 

Wilson. Wm. S. . . . 1.75 

$2,982.60 



Rollins Park. 

Pay-rolls .... $395.52 

Abbott, George Jr. . . . 7.87 

Blaisdell, F. M. . 15.00 

Bowditch, Jas. II. 39.05 

Chesley, George W. . . . 58.70 

Concord Water Works . . . 6.00 

Critchett, W. W. . . .7.50 

Curtis, A. J. . . . . 6.80 

Danforth & Forrest . . . .79 

Flanders, C. S. . . . 5.00 



I3i 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



Goodhue & Milton 
Hutchinson, E. B. & Co. 
Kimball. W. G. C. 
Lee Bros. 

McQuesten, E. t v < Co. . 
Rock, H.J. 
Thompson & Hoague 



4.17 
45.91 
10.80 

3.26 

2.45 
2.55 

25.2:; 



Penacook Park. 



Pay-rolls 
Lindgren, II. B. 
Stevens. C. H. & Co. 



Pay-rolls 

Concord Water Works 
Thompson & Hoague 
Critchett, M. B 



Bradley Park. 



19.37 


6.89 


•! . 5 fi . 


$54.50 


."..on 


. 5.75 


15.00 



White Park— Purchase. 
White, Benj. C, trust< . . §1,40 



Pay-rolls 
Barker, T. H. 
Benedict. Gr. J. 
Coburn, J. H. 
Colby, W. M. 
Concord Ice Co. 
Concord Water Works 
Dickerman, Geo. O. 
Holt Bros. Mfg. Co. 
Hoyt, J. E. 
Humphrey-Dodg. 
Martin, C. II. ct Co. 
Main, George 



Blossom Hill Cemetery. 

. $4,562, 



11. 

10. 
66. 

77. 

40. 

SO. 

27. 
4, 
o, 

3 7 . 

3. 

20, 



25 

00 
00 
39 
00 
00 
15 
00 
20 
17 
55 
,40 



8636.60 






S7S.25 



$1,400.00 



CITY EXPENSES. 137 

Moulton, E. A. . . . 27.57 

Randall. E. H. . . . 29.83 

Riford, W. L. 9.00 

Sanders, Frank L. . . . 3.75 

Scott, F. W. & Co. . . . 50.49 

Swain, C. F. & Co. . . 3.33 

Thayer, W. F., treasurer . 25.00 

Theobald, G. L. . . . 15.13 

Thompson & Hoague . . • 11.35 

Wilson, W. S. . . . 51.05 
Thayer. W. F.. treas. acc't permanent 

fund .... 584. 84 

784.17 



Blossom Hill Cemetery— Addition. 
Bradley, Moses H., trustee . $5,000.00 



$5,000.00 



The treasurer of the cemetery commission accounts for funds 
coming into his hands as follows : 

Receipts. 

Received from sale of lots and grading $1,974.93 

Received from burials, care of lots, etc : 

A. P. Turner, grading and burial . $7.00 

James Dodge, est. burial . 3.00 

S. S. Kimball, burial . 3.00 

Glenville Reynolds, burial . . 3.00 

C. S. West, burial . . 2.00 

L. H. James, burial . . 8.00 

Mrs. G. L. Lovejoy, care . . 2.00 

C. H. Noyes, care . . . 1.50 

Daniel Wyman, care and burial . 1.50 

S. S. French, care . . . 1.00 

George H. Hammond, burial . . 4.00 

C. H. Shute, care . . . 2.00 

S. F." Patterson, care . . . 2.00 

J. T. Gordon, care . . . 10.00 

Frank Adams, burial . . . 3.00 

William Ray, care . . . 1.25 



138 CITY OF CONCORD. 

George H. Emery, care . . 10.00 

Emma Caunire, burial . . 3.00 

Mrs. G. A. Goodwin's est., care . 1.50 

John H. Teel, care . . . 3.00 

Oliver Ballon, care . . . 3.00 

F. B. Flanders, care . . 2.00 

Newton child, burial . . . .50 

John B. Palmer, csire , . 2.00 

Mrs. Hardy, plants . . . 1.00 

J. A. Moore, care ... 1 ,50 

George H. Heath, care . . 1.U0 

Kimball Flanders, care . . 1. 00 

Stone posts sold , . . 1.50 
F. H. Crapo and others, care . . 3.00 

Fred A. Carr, care , . . 2.00 

Charles H. Prescott, care . . 1.00 

Woodbridge Odlins' estate, burial . 4.00 

Henry M. Sinclair's estate, burial . 9.00 

John IT. Albin, care . . . 2.00 

L. Cole, burial . . . 3.00 

H. A. Kimball, care . . . 1.50 

John Swenson, care and repairs . 2.00 

John Allison, care . . . 1.50 

Mrs. J. H. Lane, care . . 1.50 

Mrs. Mary E. Noyes' estate, use of tomb 1.00 

Geo. H. Mitchell, care . . ' . 2.00 

Mrs. George H, Smith, care . . 1.00 

Posts sold . . . 2.00 

Mrs. C- M. Dufur, burial . 3.00 

E. E. Plummer, Burial . . $1.00 

Isaac N. Abbott, Use of tomb . 1. 00 

James F. Ward, Care . . 1.50 

D. M. Spline, Foundation . . 4.00 

Sidney Upham, Care . . 1.50 

Charles W. Ash, Plants and Care . 4.00 

George A. Rollins, Burial . . 'boo 

George L. Lincoln, Labor . . 1.50 

Mrs. W. H. Hodge, Burial and Repairs 6.00 



CITY EX TENSES. 139 

Gertrude M. Foss, Burial . . -.01) 

E. A. Moulton, Labor ... . 2.00 

G. D. Reynalds, Fouudatiou . 4.00 

G. W. Foster, Use of tomb . . 1.00 

Gordon & Jenkins, Burial . . 8.00 

G. W. & G E. Hall, Care . . 1.00 

E. S. Nutter's Est., Burial . . 8.00 

S. D Brook's Est., kt . . . 3.00 

Mrs. A. B. Chase's, Est. Burial . 3.00 

George II Wilkins, Burial . . 10.00 

S. D. Crockett's Est., Burial 3.00 

Home for the Aged, Burial . . 3.00 

George Preseott, Repairs . 4 50 

George W. Waters, burial 1. 00 

San.uel Butter-field, burial . . 8.00 

Mrs. Lowell Brown, care . . 2.50 

Mrs. W. B. Stetson, care . . 1.50 

H. E. Jewell, burial . . . 3 00 

J. E. Clifford burial . . . 50 
A. B. Carter, care 

Plants sold . . . . .50 

Mr. Nelson, repairs . . . .7.") 

G. B. Johnson, repairs . . 2.00 

H. AV. Greenough, care . . 2.00 

Charles W. Asti, burial . . 1.00 

Mrs. Warren Claik, care . . 2.00 

George G. Hatch, care . . 2.00 

E. W. Robinson, repairs . . 8.00 

Hiram G. Carter, burial . . 3.00 

Fred Nyquist single grave, etc. . 6.00 
Rumford Lodge, I. O. O. F. trimming grave 5.00 

Fred W. Bordrnan, care . . 1.50 

W. P. Fallows, burial and care . 5.00 

W. H. Horner, care . . . 1.25 

Mrs. C. J. Whitney, care . . i.oo 

Sturtevhnt Post. G. A. R. cave . 5.00 

Mrs. Helen F. French, burial . . 3.00 

Mrs. Loran Clough, care . . 1.50 



140 CITY OF CONCORD. 

Beuj. F. Virgin, care . . . L.50 

Nelson Abbott, care . . . 1.00 

Mrs, E. Dow, care . . . 1,50 

II. B. Bartlett, care . . . 1.00 

S. J. Leaver, care . . . 2.00 

S. C. Eastman, care . . . 1.00 

Geo. II. Whitman, care . . 1.00 

Henry E. Conant, care . . . L.50 

J. B, Hussey, care . . . 1.50 

E. B. Hutchinson, care and plants . 6.00 
Jonathan Brown, c ... 2.00 

O. Ballon, care . . . 1.50 

C. M. Brown, care . . . 1.00 
Labor, can- .... 1. 00 
\y. M. Chase .... 2.00 
John C. French, care . . . .75 

D. B. Corser, care . . . 4.50 
Alba Woods, care . . . 2.00 
Mrs. J. Y. Vlugridge, care . . 2.00 
Messrs. Ordway ^v Sedgeley, care . 2.00 
Mrs. J. C. Ordway, care . . 1. 00 
J. H. All-in, care . . . 2.00 
C. J. Smith, care . . . 2.00 
Merrimack county, burial . . . 3.00 
C. P. Bancroft, care . . . 2.00 
T. W. Young's est. care. . . 1.50 

E. II. Randall, care . . . 1.50 
J. C. Eaton, care and repairs . . 2.00 

C. S. Mellen, care . . . 5,00 
Mrs. J. B. Coleman, care . . 1.00 
S. B. Chandler, care and repairs . ■ 3.50 
J. W. Dunklee, care . . .1.00 
Fred U. Lane, care . . . 1.50 
Mrs. J. C. Shaw, care . , 2.00 
Lenna Ordway, care and repairs . 2.25 

D. W. Hobbs, care . . . 1.50 
Mrs. W. B. Wright, care . . 1.00 
Mrs. J. E. Gage, burial . . 1.C0 



CITY EXPENSES 141 

D- E, Everett, grading . . 5.00 

ElwiuL. F. Lull, single grade . . 5.00 

Mrs. F. Booth, bulbs and labor . .50 

•' H. M. Pettingill, care . . 2.00 

" Libby, labor . . . .25 

•' A, P. Shurburne, bulbs . . .2."> 

• Jane Harris' est. burial . . 3.00 

'• C H. Jones, care . . .1.00 

Henry Robinson, care . . . 2.00 

T. J, Carpenter, care . . . 1.00 

Fred A. Johnson, care . . 2.00 

Mrs. Charlotte Merrill, care . . 2.00 

Underbill Bros, care . . . 2.00 

J. C. Badger, care , . . 2.00 

N. H. Shattuck, care . . . L.50 

F, P. Mace, care . . . 2.00 

Vase sold . . . . .20 

C. S. Kelley, repairs . . . 1. 00 

Mrs. G. S. Foster, care and repairs . ."».7"i 

A. P. Carpenters' estate, repairs . 3.00 

B. S. Rolfe, care . . . L.50 
H. A. Manns' estate, burial and can' . LOO 
W. E. Hunt, burial . . . 6.00 

C. T. Summers, removals . . 5.00 
C. V. Dudley, care . . . 2.00 
Dudley & Locke, " . . . 1.50 
Mr Cole, use of tomb, . . . J. 00 
C. P. Virgin, care . . . 2. 00 
Strong & Locke, plants and care . . 2.50 
E. O. Nudd's, Est. burial . . 3.00 
Warren Hooker's Est. burial . . 3.00 
Mrs. Jane R. Sanborn's E«t., Jmrial . 3.00 

" " " ,; *' repairs . 1.00 

Harlan A. Flanders, care . . 1.50 

Calvin Merrill, burial : . . 3.00 

Mr. Dufur, repairs . . . 5.00 

Mrs. John Abbott's Est. burial . . 8.0U 

W. Scott Nelson burial . . 3.00 



142 



CITY OF CON< ORD. 



Mr. Billings, burial . . . 3.00 

Stevens & Duncklee, care . . 4.00 

Fred Brown, single grave and burial . 8.00 

Orrin W hidden, foundation . • 8.00 

Mrs. Joseph Grove r' s Est., burial . 3.50 

Francis Kelley, burial . . . 3.00 

Harry R. Glover's Est., burial . 3.00 

Prentiss M. Kent, care . . .2 00 

Fred B. Powell, burial . . . LOO 

Mrs. Joseph Sargent, care . . 1.50 

Vases sold .... .40 

Mr. Ramsey (Sherburne lot) . . 5.00 

.Mrs E. C. Bixby, care . . . 2.00 

Frank W. Landburg, single grave and burial 6.00 
Boston & Maine K. R, (McPhee) single grave 

and burial .... 8.00 

A. C. Ferrin's Est. burial . . 10.00 

Mrs. M. E. Burnside, care . . 2.00 

Mrs, W. E. Rich, care . . . 3.00 

C. II. Smith, burial . . . 3.00 

Henry O. Martin, burial . . 3.00 

J. E. Rand, burial . . ■. 3.50 

Mrs. P. B. Cogswell, burial . . 6.00 

C. A. Burroughs, single grave . . 5.00 

Mrs. J. Titcomb, care . . 75 

Miss E. M. James. Est. burial 8.00 

Mr. Brown, burial . . . .50 

C I'. Tucker, care and repairs . 3.50 

Miss Collins, burial . . . ..">(> 

Miss Ella Stu: levant, care . . 1.00 

Alonzo Potter. ■.; . j nud burial . . 1.50 

Mrs. C. P. Blum id's Est., burial 3.00 

Charles Libby, bci . . 3.00 

L. D. Brown's lo . >undation . 4.50 

I). W. Waldron's it.., burial . . 8.00 

A. J. Shurtleff, bu a 3.00 

Rev. S. Curtis Est.. ..e . . 4.00 

Mary D. Cole's, Est. innial . 3.00 



CITY EXPENSES. 143 

Mrs. Georgie Barnes, care . . 1.00 

Mrs. F. MoseJy's Est., burial . . 8.00 

Caarles L. Jackman, burial . . 8.00 

J. Frank Hoit's Est., burial . . 8.00 

D. E. Everett, burial . . . 3.00 
Mrs. A. N. Nichol's Est., burial . . 4.00 

Mrs. A. S. Busre, care . . . 1.00 

Charles B. Clarke, burial . . 3.00 

George H. Euss, care . . 3.00 

Mrs. L. H. Clough, care . . 4.00 

N. H. Asylum for insaue, burial . 3.00 

F. E. Brown, care . . . 1.50 

S. S Kimbal. care . . . 2.50 

Home for the A^ed, burial . . 3.00 

Mrs. F. 8. Crawford, removal . . 7.00 

J. T. Gordon, care . . . 5.00 
W. 8. Baker, burial . . 3.50 

Daniel Holden. care . . 2.00 

Mrs. D. R. Waldroh, burial . . 1.00 

J. E. Randlett, care . . . 1.50 

John H. Hill, burial . . . 3.50 

William Badger, care . . . 2.0U 

F. K. Jones, care . . . 3.00 

Mrs. G. F. Page, care . . " 1.00 

Mrs. T. H. Ford, cure '. . 2 50 

Mrs II. E. Chandler, care . . 1.50 
Mrs. A. 8. Marshall, care . . 2.00 

Mrs. C. L. George, care and plants . 6.00 

P. H. Emerson, care . . 1.50 

Mis. .7. M. Stewart, care and plants 6.00 

J . J. Wyman. care . . 1.50 

Miss M. Woods, care . . . 2.00 

Mrs. F. B. Uuderhill, care . . 2.00 

Mrs. L. J. Trask, care . . 1,50 

Mrs. GeorgeE. Jeukscare , . 2. on 

Miss Clara Edgerly, care and repairs . 2.00 

Mrs. A. A. Currier, care . . 1.50 

Henry Powell, care . . 2.00 



144 



CITY OF i ONCOED. 



J. F. Webster, care 

F. E. Brown, 

Geo. H. Marston, care 

Mrs. F. R. Butterfield, burial 

Miss Sarah Sanborn, care 

Samuel K. Gill, 

Dr. E. Morrill, care 

Mrs. C. L. Eastman, cart' 

Mis. T. A. Freeman, care 

Calvin C. Webster, care 

Mrs. A. Bunker, 

Geo H. Emery, " 

.1. R. H. Davis, care and repairs 

W. E. Chandler, care and plants 

Mrs. J. L. Pickering, care 

J. II. Lamprey, care 

Mis. William Smith, care 

J. B. Green, care 

Mrs. F. E. Cogswell, care 

F. J. Batchelder, care 

Mrs. G. Bullock, care 

W. S. Moore, repairs 

II. A. Brown, care 

Mrs. G. H. H. Silsby, care 

L. S. Carroll, care 

Charles Barker, care 

Mrs. Hevcnor, care and repairs 

W. R. Tuttle, burial 

Jos. T. Sleeper repairs and care. 

Mrs. D, J.Abbott. " 

A. P. Sherburne, 

S. F. Morrill, 

Frank Coffin, 

S. Blancy, 

N. G. Carr, 

Fitch & Colby, 

Frank -L. Sanders. " 

L. A. Smith, 



1.50 
1.50 
2.00 
3.00 
.75 
2.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.50 
2.00 

!.;.!) 
2.75 
2.00 
6.00 
2.00 
LOO 
LOO 
L50 
1.50 
1.50 
LOO 
1.50 
1.50 
2.00 
2.00 
1.50 
2.25 
o.(K) 
2.00 
2.00 
1.50 
3.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.00 
2.50 
2.00 
2.00 



A. T. Whittemore, repairs and care 


1.00 


Geo. L- Stratton, 


3.00 


Mrs. A. C. Heath. 


2.00 


Mrs. R. Burt. 


2.50 


Geo. L. Brown, 


2.00 


Mrs. John Connell, 


2.00 


R. F. Robinson, 


2.00 


Rev. E. 0. Jameson. '■ 


2.75 


Mrs. W. Simpson, burial 


3.00 


Batchelder Bros. . cart- 


2.50 


James G. Leighton . •• 


1.00 


Benj- Couch . . 


2.00 


E. N. Shepard . •• 


1.50 


W, F. Thayer 


4.00 


Miss M. Martin 


1.75 


J. E. Rand 


1.00 


Geo. A. Berry 


1.50 


Chas. F. Batchelder . •• 


2.00 


Jos. A. Cochran . . •• 


2. 00 


Mrs. G. L. Nutter . •• 


2.00 


John P. Nutter, repairs and care 


1.50 


Mrs. II. E. Perkins, • •• 


2.00 


\Y. P. Ford, ■ ■• 


1,00 


Mrs. A. S. Wl.iie, 


25.00 


( reo. VV. Dove. •• •• 


5.00 


B. G. Carter, • •• . 


1.50 


Mrs. J. M. Jone-s ■' • . 


1.50 


Grass sold, 


10. 00 


G. 1>. Emmons . . care 


2.00 


C. E. Palmer . 


1.25 


Franklin Mosley . •• 


2.50 


F. H. Locke . • . 


1.00 


C. L. Gil more . '• 


2.00 


Mrs. R. M. Morgan 


2.00 


Mrs. Dana N. Allen 


4.00 


Mrs. E. J. Howarth, care 


2.00 


E. W. Brooks, burial 


. 3.00 


C. W. Clarke, care 


1.00 


10 





[io 



1 tG CUV OF COXCQKD. 

A.J. Souza, care . . i .50 

Miss L. M. Poore, care . LOO 

Charles 0, Stearns, care . 5.00 

JMrs. J. X, West, care . . 2.00 

Mrs. O. S. Sue!!. " . . 1.0(1 

Henry ('. Brown, care . . 2.00 

Mrs. A. Poore, care . . . 2.00 

Harry I). Hammond, repairs and burial 2.7.") 

Nathan Mansur, burial . . 3.00 

(George W. Mitchell, burial . 3.00 

iL P. Eolle. burial . . . 8.00 

Herman Chase, burial . . 3,00 

George N. Greeley, burial . -'boo 

II. Kurd, burial . 3.00 
Mrs. J. H. Dearborn, repairs and burial 

John W. Drew burial . 3.00 

Henry McFarland, burial . 3.00 

John G. Peterson, burial . . .50 

J. Stevens Abbott Est., care and plants 17.00 

Joseph Palmer's Est., care 2.00 
H. C. Sturtevant. care 

Rev. C. W. Bradlee, care . 1.50 

Mrs. George H. Adams, care . 2.00 

Mrs. J. A- Goodwin's Est., care . 1.50 

W. A. Chesley, care • 2.75 

Seth R. Dole, care , - 1,00 

\V illiam B . Du rg ' h i . ca re 3.00 

Charles A. Dole, care . . 2.50 

Joshua Lane, care . . 3.00 

George F. Buswell, care 2.00 

E. C. Eastman, '• . • ' 2.00 

II. E. Jewell, care . . L50 

John M. II ill, repairs and care 13.00 

W. H. Opie, burial . 3.00 

W. D. Thompson, care . . J- ;,,i 

Mrs. J. E. Hutchins, care . . 2.00 

George F. Lang, burial 3.00 

Amos Blanchard, care . ■ -boo 



CITY EX TENSES. 



14' 



Mrs. J. II. Cha-r, plants and care . K.25 

Mrs. J. B. Sanborn, care . . 1.50 

F. H. Clement, care . . . 1.00 
H. VV. Marcy (• I ackson lot), shrubs and care 3.75 
Mrs. E. II Greeley, care . 3.00 

G. B Buzzell, cure . , . l.< 
Miss P. Eaton, kV 1.(10 
Mrs. .1 Neville, care . . . 1.00 

" Huntley, care J .50 

'• E. Adams, care , . . 2, 00 

Hutchins & Scbutz lots . . 10,50 

N. H. Asylum for Insane (Kent lot) care 3.00 

Mrs. S. A. Holt, care . . 5.00 

J. i I. Galliuger, care . . 2.00 

P. S. Smith, cure ... 1 .50 

Jennie II. Muck, removal . . 3.00 

J. W. WardwelJ, care . . . 2.00 

C. A. Lockerhy. care . . . 1 .50 

Miss Abbie Morse, care . . LOO 

Mr. Morse, burial . . . 3.00 

Mrs S. Edmuuds, care . . 1.00 

" Donovan, Plants and care . . 3.00 

H. A. Church, care . . . 2.00 

G. 1). 1>, Preseott, care . . 1.00 

Benj Bilsborough, care . . 1.00 

Mr-. E. (J. Carter, care . . 1.50 

L. N. Packard, care . . .1 .7.") 

Mr.-. M. A. Abbott, care . . . 1.00 

VV. Emerson, repairs and care . 4.50 

Mrs. Ge<>. E. Todd, care . . 3.00 

Mrs. S. Webster, care . . 1.50 

I). G. Lowell, c re . . . 1.00 

VV. P. Leighton. care . . . 1.75 

Cyrus Sargent, care . . . 1.75 

Mrs. Roxanna Adams, care . . 4.00 

Edson .1. Hill, care . . . 9.00 

<. lias. H. Joy, care . . . 1.50 

Mrs. II. J. Crippen, Plants and care . 6.00 



J48 CITY OF CONCORD. 

Mrs. C. H. Ordway, care . • 1-00 

Mary N. Perley, care . . .3.00 

Income from Trust Funds. 
Sarah M. K. Adams . . . $21.00 

Mary B. Allison . • 1.50 

Alonzo Atherton . • • 1-50 

Abbie L. Sanborn Bailey, . 3.00 

Matilda Benson . . • 1-25 

Ellen C. Bixby . . . 3.25 

James 1). Blaisdell - - - 2.00 

Nathaniel Bouton - . • 8.25 

Mary N. P. Buntin . - 5.00 

Harriet W. Butters . . . 2.75 

Benjamin F. Caldwell - • 16.80 

Nathan F. Carter . . . 3.00 

Samuel M. Chesley - . . 3.00 
Caroline Clark .... 2.75 

Frederick Clough . . . 2.00 

Mrs. N. P. Clough . . . 2.00 

Amos L. Colburn . . • 1-25 

Mrs. Josiah Cooper . . 1.50 

Mary Crow .... 4,00 

Silas Curtis . . . 1-50 
Cordelia A. Danforth . . . 2.50 

Charles S. Danforth . . . 1.50 

Stephen B. Eaton - . . 1.50 

Lydia F. Edgerly . . 3.00 

Georgiana P. Ela . . 3.00 

Lydia A. Farley - . . 2.00 

Mary N. Farnum . . •• 3.00 

Alvali C. Ferrin . . . 1-00 

George G. Fogg . - . 3.00 

Asa Fowler .... 17.00 

John D. Gale . . . 6.00 

John Gear . . . . 1.50 

George A. Glover and C. A. Osgood . 1.50 

Hannah A. and Fanny A. Goss . 2.00 



81,100.60 



CITY EXPENSES 



140 



Betsey Hadley 

George M. Harding 

Mary D. Hart 

Sarah E. Irish 

.John and Benjamin A. Kimball 

Edward L. Knowlton 

•I . L. Lincoln 

J. W. and E. J. Little 

John McCauley 

Greenough and Evarts McQuesten 

James MeQuesten 

Henry A. Mann 

11. W. and H. 0. Matthews 

J. B. Merrill 

S. F. Merrill 

Cdarles Moody 

Mrs. C. H. JNewhall 

Eliphalet S. Nutter 

Woodbridge Odfin 

Eugene A. Ordway 

Cyrus W. Paige 

Hannah E. Pkipps 

\Y. H. Pitman 

8. Lizzie Pixley 

George L. Reed 

Judith A. Richardson 

E. H. Rollins 

Moses W. Russell 

Jonathan Sanborn 

John B. Sargent 

Jonathan E. Sargent 

Mary W. Smith 

HattieR. Southmaid 

Thomas Stewart 

Hiram B. Tibbitts 

John C. Thorne 

Pliny Tidd 

Eliza \V. Upham 



3.50 
1.50 

11.25 
3.00 
6.00 

14.00 
1.00 
4.00 
2.00 
3.00 
7.00 
1.00 
2.50 
3.00 
3.00 
2.00 
3.00 
3.00 
1.50 
1.7.") 
3.00 
2.50 
3.00 
3.50 
2.25 
3.00 
5.00 
3.00 
3.00 
2.50 
1.75 
1.50 
2.2;» 
2.50 
1.50 

3.0!) 

3.00 
L.50 



150 CITY OF CONCORD. 

Mary E. Walker - . . 5.50 

George F. Whittredge . . 3.00 

Mary Williams . . . 1.50 

Robert Woodruff . . 6.50 

K. W. Woodward . . . 3 00 



1283.05 

$3,358.58 

Old North Cemetery. 

Pay-rolls .... $352.31 

Britton, A. H. & Co. . . 6.16 

Concord Water Works . . 10.00 

Dan forth & Forrest . 5 5H 

Little. Caleb P. . . . 12.00 

$386.05 

The treasurer of the Cemetery Commission accounts for funds 
coming into his hands as follows : 

Receipts. 

Ira Evans, burial . . . |8.00 
Thomas W. Sanborn's est., repairsand burial, 4.00 

Mrs. IL S. Bean's estate . . •' 3.00 

John H. Ballard, repairs . . . .50 

.Mrs. R. N. Coming's estate, burial . 8.00 

James A. Johnson . •' . 3.00 

Mrs. J. E. Stevens' estate -% . 5.00 

Iron sold . . . . . 2..'U 

Levi Lamprey, burial . . '■'• 00 

Gordon & Jenkins, removals . . 5.00 

C. A. Hardy, care . . . 2.00 

Frank R. Ellio t. burial . . .1.00 

Walter Gibson's estate, burial . . •'i."* 1 

James W. Dwyer's estate " . . 3.00 

James Morrill's estate, " . . 3.00 

Mrs. Ella R. Munsey, repairs . . 3.00 

W. W. Taylor, removal . . 1.00 

Mrs. George E. Jenks, removal 5.00 

Mr. Johnson, loam . . . .50 

Mrs. F. C. Edmunds' estate, burial . 3.00 



(ITV EXPENSES. 



151 



< 1-eorge N. Ash In 

Dr. A. H. Robinson 

Mrs. E. L. Hall 

A. <\. Woodward, 

Levi Lamprey, repairs 

J. F. Webster, care 

Mrs. 8. F. Cushing, care and 1 

J. E. Hoyt, M. D., labor 

John F. Wilson, care 

Mrs. N. Carter, " 

Joseph Stickney, k- 

Miss Hopkins' lot '• 

C. II. Edmunds' estate, burial 

Mrs. George E. Todd, repairs 



epmri 



..VO 
3.50 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
1.00 
2.00 
1.00 
1.00 
1.50 
5.00 
LOO 
3.00 
1.00 



Income From Trust 


Funds. 


William Abbott 


$4.00 


Timothy K. Blaisdell 


4.00 


John F. Chaffln 


. 1.50 


Theodore French 


3.50 


Harvey J. Gilbert 


1.00 


William T. Locke 


4.00 


Samuel and David L. Mori ill 


4.00 


True Osgood . . . . 


3.00 


Mrs. E, A. Peck, i 


5.50 


Hiram Richardson 


13.00 


Nathan Stickney 


2.00 


Abigail Sweetser 


5.00 


Timothy and Abagail B. Walker 


7.00 


Paul Wentworth 


5.00 



$95.81 



$62.50 



West Concord Cemetery. 
Pay-rolls (city treasurer) . . $87 63 



Millville Cemetery. 
Abbott, Isaac N., treasurer . . 50.00 



.58.31 



• i .63 



850.00 



152 CITY OF CONCQKD. 

Pine Grove Cemetery- 
French, Scott, treasurer . . ^5.00 



.§25.00 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. 
Pay-rolls .... $2,511.82 

Concord Light & Power Co. . . 1.05 

Chase, J. G., Agt. . . . LOO 

Dunklee. N. A. . . 71.00 

I Hilton. .7. S. . . . 204.00 

Fernald, W.J. . . 2.00 

Globe Horse Shi Co., . . . 1.90 

Gurley, W. & L. E. . . . LOO 

Hanchay, E. B. 

Howe, W. B. . . 98.81 

Hutchinson, E. B. Bld'g Co. . 21.00 

Larkin, J. C. .... 2.00 

Lee Bros. .... .69 

Saltman, E. G. . . . 66. 04 

Thompson & Hoague . . • .65 

Wilson, George W. . . ■ - ; .L~> 



82.H86.51 



WEST CONCORD SEWERAGE PRECINCT. 
Pay-iolls .... 7.33 

Caldbeck, John .... .75 

Crossman, J. M. . . • ,20 

Ford & Kimball .... 54.81 

Holt, Samuel .... 58.00 

Humphrey-Dodge Co. . . .121.90 

Parmenter & Co. .... .60 

Partridge, C. O. . . . 1,20 . 

Riford, W. L. . . • .1.75 

Pvowell & Plummer . . 16.40 

Thee bald, Geo. L. . . 8.70 

Thompson & Hoague . . 241.19 



CITX EXPENSES. 1 "> : » 

W ood worth & Co. . • 1 '■»••'>•"> 

$912.38 



Interest .... • 68000 

City Treasurer .... 500.00 

$2,092.38 



STREET SPRINKLING. 

City treasurer . ■ • $2,283.72 

Abbott Downing Co. . 2.2.) 

Concord Water Works . . 700.00 

Eastman, Samuel . • • 52.00 

Goodhue & Milton . . • 30.42 

Huntley & Tenney . . • 14.95 

Martin C. H. & Co. . . 36.65 



$3,119.99 



EAST CONCORD SEWER PRECINCT. 

Frye, John E. . . . $12.00 

City treasurer . . . lOO.on 

Interest . . . 70.00 



$182.00 



SOUTH END SEWER. 

Fellows, Lyman R. & Son . . &919.25 

Simons, J. . . . .1.00 



120.25 



PENACOOK SEWERAGE PRECINCT. 

Baty Isaac . . . 1.60 

Coburn, J. A. . . . 4.23 

Concord Axle Co. . . . 1.80 

" Foundry Co. . . 11.50 

" Water Works . . 8.95 

Cunningham, W. B. 5.45 



15-1 CITY OF COXCORD. 

Davis, E. L. 7.85 

Ellsworth, C. J. . . . .4.10 

Fin-rand, J. C. . . . .14 

Fisherville Saw Co. . . 1.75 

Foote, Brown & Co. . . 16. 44 

Ford & Kimball . . . 20.50 

Gale, X. S. & Co. . . 46.43 

Holt, F. B. ... .40 

Knowlton, A. \V. . . . 6.12 

Locke, G. S. .20 

Hint's, John E. . . '. 5.50 

Rolfe, C. M. & A. W. . . 32.70 

Sargent & Co. . . . .40 

Sanborn, S. ( \ . . . . 8.10 

Sanders, C. II. . . . 535.07 

Symonds TableCo. . . . .20 

Thompson & Hoague . . . 20.40 

$739.33 

City Ti ... . 500.00 

InteivM ... . *40.00 

Bou.!< .... . 5,000.00 



$7,1 79.33 



OPEN AIR CONCERTS. 
Nevers' Third Regiment Band . $300.00 



POLICE STATION, PENAGOOK. 
Moran, Ellen A. . . . . . $900.00 



HOSPITAL, MARGARET PILLSBURY. 
Thayer. W. F. Treas'r . . $2,000.00 



BRIDGES PENAGOOK. 

Pay-rolls .... $1,091.74 

Coffin, Frank & Co. . . 12.05 



CITY EXPENSES. 155 



Colby J. A. . 55.00 

Concord Axle Co. . . . 3.59 

" street railroad . . 70.00 

Davis, E. L. . 52.05 

Foote, Brown & Co. . . 10.93 

Gale, N. S. & Co. . . 1.95 

Howe, W. B. . 33.20 

Hamphrey-Dodge Co. . .75 

AicShane, E. . . 7.50 

New England Granite works • 176.84 

Nutting & Havden . 3.34 

liolfe, C M. ^ A. VV. 4.87 

liowell, J. H. . 3.90 

Sanborn, S. (r. . 55.85 

Sanders, C. II. . . 8.25 

Sargent, R. G. . . . . 1.60 

Stratton & Co. .11 .30 

Swenson, John 153.16 

Wood worth cV Co. . . . 101.50 



CONCORD WATER WORKS. 

City treasurer . . . $5,803.7 1 

Abbott, Geo. Jr. . . 97.45 

Abbott-Downing Co. . . 125.00 

Adams, Chancey . . . 10. oo 

Batchelder & Co. . . . 16.69 

Belisle, Jacob . . . 40.60 

Benzidine, Henry . . . 1.50 

Bilsboiough, Benj. . . . 14.30 

Boisvert, Alex . . . 30.00 

Boston & Maine R. R. . . 1,689.52 

Cate, R. W. . . 21.45 

Chadwick Lead "Works . . 470.4-1 

Bradley, F. W. . . 18.00 

Brown, Caris G; 21.80 

Builders Iron Foundry . . 30.34 



$1, 859.37 



J ->6 en ^ 01 concok-h. 

Chambers, John P. . . 18.00 

Chapman Valve Manufacturing Co. . Ill 

Chase & Martin . . . 25.00 

Chesterton, A. VV. . . 20.03 

Clifford. R. F. ' . . 10.33 

Coburn, .1. II. . . . 35.60 

Cochran, Alice G. . . . 600.00 

Colli a Valve Co. . . . 9.75 

Concord Foundry Co. . . . 3.78 

iw Light & Power Co. • 23 - ; > 

Cushman Electric Co. . . • 1-40 

Cunningham, J. 11. 27.48 

Ciowell, 11. li. . . 51.87 

Day, Arthur X. . . . 36.78 

1 > ckerman & Co. . . - 15.00 

Dodge J. H. & Co. . .54.00 

Dtummond, M. J. & Co. . 5,716.29 

Dyer, N. J. . . . 10 00 

Duffy, Michael . . 7.00 

K istman & .Merrill . . 32.50 

Engineering dept. city . . 1-75 

Engineering News . . . 5.00 

Fitch, A. P. . . . 1,25 

French, J. C. & Son . . 9.50 

Globe 11. S. Shop . . . 36.22 

Goodhue & Milton . . . 17.69 

Gould, Fied .... 7.50 

Hastings, V. C. 1.867.96 

1 lodge E. & Co. . . • 26.16 

Holt Bros. Mfg. Co. . . 1.50 

Humphrey-Dodge Co. . . ' 70.44 

Hutchinson, E. B. Bldg. Co. . - 12.81 

Jackman & Lang . . 25. 00 

Johnson J. D. & Son . . 20.15 

Kuovvltou Packing Co. . ■ s -75 

Lapierre E. . ... 7.00 

Locke Regulator Co. . • 4.25 

Ludlow Valve Mfg. Co. . ■ 467.87 



( ITY EXPENSES 



Lyun Electric Co. 

Madigan, T. 1 * . Jr. 

Marsh II. O. 

Martin C. H. & Cm. 

Mueller H. Mfg. Co. 

National Meter Co. 

New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 

Phillips & Saunders 

Putney, C. H. coll'r 

Putnam machine works 

Randall, E. H. 

Richardson, O. F. & Son 

Rowell, H. A. 

Powell. J. 11. & Co. 

Rowell & Plunimer 

Rumford Printing Co. 

San bom, A. C. 

Sanborn, S. G. 

Sanders, E. D. 

Sargent, II. G. 

Silsby G. H. H. &Son 

Stevens C. II. & Co. 

Stewart, .) . M. Sons & Co. 

5tilliugs, E. A. 

Stoughton Rubber Co. 

Stratton & Co. 

Tarantino, Alphonse 

Theobald Geo. L. 

Thompson & Iloague 

Thompson Meter Co. 

Thome, John C. 

Waldo Bros. 

Walworth Mfg. Co. 

White, N. Jr. 

Wo, ( |, R. D. & Co. 

Woodworth & Co. 

Worthingtou, 11. R. 

Union \\ ater Meter Co. 



4. GO 
91.10 
21.00 
10.32 
23 00 
l,0(»3.oo 
124.70 

3.00 
47.20 

5.00 

2.59 
56.08 

(5.70 

37.00 

143.85 

107.25 

13.80 

. 24.00 

23.50 

14.25 

28.56 

9.26 
54.00 
l'o. no 
21.60 

i ::» 

1.7.". 
132.02 

66.70 
184.80 

19 08 

282.46 

3.50 

94.89 

63.00 

L.25 

743.25 



$21,597.31 



AUDITOR S FINAL MONTHLY STATEMENT. 

1898. 

TO THE LlONOKABLIC I'll i: MAYOR AND THE < II Y COUNCIL OF THE CITY 

OF ( !ONCORD. 

Gentlemen: In compliance with the last paragraph Section 12 of 
the Auditor Ordinance, the undersigned herewithpreseuts the statement 
required : 

1898. 



Aid ( it v poor 

Aid dependent soldiers, city 
Aid county poor, received 
Aid dependent soldiers, county 
Bridges— Ward 1 - ord. No. 270 
Jt. res. 387 



Appropriation. Expended- Balance, 

x 700.00 $ 358.85 s 341.15 

500.00 267.15 232.85 

7.11 5,423.59 .... 

is. 00 2. 171. 05 .... 

7,00o.oo 

3.200.0O 



Committee sen i< 

*< Cemeteries and parks : 

Addition to Blossom Hill Cemetery 

1 temporary loan ) 
Blossom Hill, appro* 
cm re of lots 

sale < f lots 

Gradiug 

[nooine investment fund 



Old North 

care of lots 
Joiut res. No. 388 
income investment fund 



West Concord 

Millville 

Pine Grove (joint res. No. 362) 

White r'ark — maintenance 

Joint res. No. 388 

White Talk — receipts 



2, '00.00 

1,383.65 

L.169.6S 

805.25 

634.42 



-. |.')0.00 
5,784.17 



10,200.00 1,859.37 S,340.63 

1,410.00 1,410.00 . . . . 



308 83 



6,093.00 






100.00 






158.31 


1 . . . 




150.00 






28 48 






436.79 


386.05 


.".0.74 


100.00 


87.63 


12.; :57 


50.00 


50.00 




25.00 


25.00 




2,850.00 


2.9S2.60 




15.00 






122.00 







2.!'8i 00 



4.40 



AUDITOR S REPORT. 



l.V.t 



White Park — purchase Land 

i by issuing notes) 
Ro] ins 
iook 
Joint res. 3SS 



Bradley 

Joint res. 388 



,400.00 


1,400 00 




650.00 


636.60 


13.40 


75.00 


80.81 


4.19 


10.00 






85.00 






75.00 


78.25 


6.75 


10.00 







8 ,.0 i 



Decoration Day, 
i >og license, 

Drinking fouutain, Penacook 
(joint res. No. 367), 

Total to here, 
Engineering Departmenl : 
Salary engineer, 
Salary assistants, 
Sup] 
Repairs, 
Rent, 
Incidenl 



345 00 


345.00 




30.00 


150.00 


119.98 




28,496.10 




1,500.00 


1,000.00 


1,011.82 


1011.00 


88.88 


50.00 


3 95 


204.00 


201.00 


146 00 


177.86 



3,000.00 2,9S6 51 



Fire 1 >epartment : 






i ';i \ -rolls— permanent men. 


6,518 00 


6,518.00 


Extra men, vacation, 


214.16 


161 68 


Senii-aonual, 


6,930.00 


6,930 00 


Kent Veterans' Association, 


150.00 


150.00 


Forage — 500-712.2o-earnings, 


1,212. so 


1,106 1" 


Fuel— 400— 200- -earnings, 


600.00 


539.18 


Fire alarm, 


77."> 09 


820 29 


Hi 


525 00 


523.75 


Horses, purchase of, 


400.00 


400 00 


Horse hire, 


550.00 


667.40 


-Horse Shoeing, 


300.00 


278.20 


Incident:! 


1.021.34 


1,261.92 


Lights, 


450.00 


400.46 


Washing, 


100.00 


80.30 


Water, 


116.50 


116.50 



31 1.02 



13.49 



1150 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



( heinical supplies, 

Appro., joint res. 3S8, 



.".k.' 1 ;) 32.71 

75.00 . . . . 





19.iiS7.2D 


19,986.49 


71 


[ealth (board of)) : 








Salary health officer, 


800.00 


SI 10.00 




Salary board. 


75.00 


75.00 




Rent. 


108.00 


10S.0!) 




Lights, 


10.00 


2.40 




Care of pesl house, 


15.00 


6.02 




Assistance sanitary inspector, 


100.00 


39.80 




Bacteriological test, 


150.00 


62.80 




Material for fumigation, 


•27.00 


6.41 




incidental expenses. 


150.00 


1 1 2. 1 2 





Highway Department appropriation, 
Salary commissioner, 
General maintenance ami repairs, 
Permanent work, 
Cleaning streets, 
Sidewalksand crossings, new. 
Repairing concrete, 
Caich basins. 
Receipts, 



History Commission, unexpended bal 
ance, 1897, 
Printing, canvassing, services, 
clerk hire, 
Incidentals and land damages. 
Regular appropriation. 
Joint res. 300, 
Joint res. 381, 
Joint res. 388, 



Expenses city government. 

Fuel, City hall, 

Fees and costs by city marshal, 

Insurance, 

Inspection of wires, 

Indemnity bond-. 



1,435.00 
35,000.00 



1,213.15 

1.400.00 
L9.905.27 
5,227 35 
3 997.71 
1,517.03 
I. 198.29 
1,448.60 



221.85 



1.070.70 



16,070 70 34.01)4.2.". 1,076 45 



1,587.05 



379.24 1,208.41 



3.000.00 




2.000.00 




500.00 




850.00 




6.350.00 






30. no 




Hid 66 




61 1.54 




21-7.40 




61.71 




177.00 



Al DITOK S REPORT. 



Ice for year 1897, 

Lights, 

Publishing tax lists, 

Publishing assessors' valuations, 

Moving Street R. P., Penaeook, 

Miscellaneous, 

Rents, 

Repairs, 

Telephones, 

Water, 

Vaccination, 

Painting West Concord building, 

Election expenses, 

Ice, 1898, 

Judgment— T. L. Fowler, 

Painting cells, police station, 

Ho>e shed, Penaeook, 



1 >amage— Cleveland, 
Damage — Merrill, 
Mayor's incidentals — 3 years, 
Pay-roll — marriages, 
Pay-roll— births and deaths, 



Interes— 24545— 37oo. 

Lighting precinct, Penaeook. 

Legal expenses, 

Loan (temporary) — jt. res. No. 3 is. 

March S, '98, 
Public Library : 

Salaries, 

Books and magazines 

Binding, 

Fuel and lights, 

incidentals, 

Printing catalogue, 

Repairs of roof, 



226.98 
352.20 
250.00 

28.50 
998. OG 
508.03 
320.00 
250.05 
540.79 

40 00 

27.50 
190.00 (entire 

99.83 
263.82 

89.59 
' 40.50 

100.00 



5,661.69 

125.00 

30! 1.00 

44.42 

31.00 

169.25 



.... ':, 349.43 

6,245.00 0.404.14 

1,300.(10 1.3O0.00 

200.00 30.10 

25.000.00 25,000.00 



57 



109.90 



Joint res. No. 388, 
Trust funds, 
Library tines, 





2,740.-10 






733.22 






204.11 






303.20 






1-17.35 






503.65 






362.04 




5,000.00 


5,091.02 




100.00 






89. 09 






181.25 







11 



162 



CITY OF COXCOKD. 



Police Station and Lobby, Penacook 
Police and Watch : 

Fuel, city, 
Fuel, Penacook, 
Helmets and buttons, 
Horse hire, city, 
Horse hire, Penacook, 
Horse, hoard of, 
Ice, 
Incidentals, 

: t, Penacook, 
Lights, city and Penacook, 
Horseshoeing, 
Police and Wat,cli : 

Salaries — Regular Marshal, \ 

I >eputy, ( 'aptain. 

8 Patrolmen, J 

Special, 

Janitor, 

Commissioners, 
Telephone — Private Line. 
Water. 
Uniforms — Sp< 



Tota'' to here. 
Printing and Stationery, 
Assessors, 
Audit tir. 
Clerk, 
Election, 
Engin ering, 
Fire, 

Highwaj . 
Health, 
Library. 
Miscellaneous, 
Ma} or"s Inaugural, 
Police, 
Ordinam 
Reports — City, 

Departmental. 

School. 



5,870.94 


2 


79.02 


'.J00.00 


900.00 


200.00 


283.22 


30.00 


33.93 




50.00 


46.50 




30.00 


11.50 




30.00 


19.00 




285^00 


234.53 




1 5.(11) 


S.00 




125.00 


154.01 




IDS. 00 


108.00 




iso.oo 


183 92 

25.00 




9,350.00 


9,280.15 




300.00 


204.50 




225.00 


240.00 




150.00 


150.00 




500.00 


104.17 




28.00 


28.00 




50.00 






11,650.00 


11.204.43 451.57 




144.394 86 . . . . 


2,500.00 


.... 113.49 




78.9S . . . . 




100.78 






102 3 J 






94.50 






25.24 






29.06 






120 11 






29.75 






26.75 






22.25 






22.50 






65.77 






162.13 




934.57 . . . . 




87.75 , . . , 




148.20 





AUDITORS REPORT. 163 

Tax Collector, .... 326.86 .... 









2,386.51 . . . • 


Memorial arch bonds, 




5,000.00 


5,000.00 . . . . 


Margaret Pillsbury hospital, 




2,000.00 


2.000.00 . . . . 


Open air concerts, 




300.00 


300.00 . . . . 


Precinct, 




10,500.00 




Gas, 






1.383.00 . . . : 


Lights. 






8,600.10 .... 


Miscellaneous, 






100.00 . . . . 






10,173.10 426.90 


Precinct — Street sprinkling 








Feb. 8, '98, 3,500.00 \ 
Unex. bal. '97,461.40/ 


3,961.49 


3,119.99 


" Water, 




6,000.00 


6,000.00 


Salaries, 




10,852.00 






Joint res. 382, 




OOO.dli 






Joint: res. 388, 




350.00 






Assessor— Ward 1, 






309.(10 




Ward 2. 






2S2.('0 




Ward 3, 




.... 


396.00 




Ward 4, 






348.00 




Ward 5, 






378.00 




Ward 6, 






396.00 




Ward7, 






29S.00 




Ward S, 






291.00 




Ward 9, 







388.00 
3,086.00 




Auditor. 






1,000.00 




Clerk— city, 




.... 


1,200.00 




< Ilerk— common council, 






50.00 .... 




< Ilerk — police court, 






200.00 




( Hocks — city, 






85.00 




Clock — Pcnacook, 2 1-2 j 


ears, 




87.50 .... 




Education —Union, 






475.00 .... 




Judge— Police 






S00 00 .... 




Justice -Special, 






10.00 .... 




Mayor, 






1,0)0.00 .... 




Messenger, 






600.00 .... 




Overseer poor, Ward 1, 






30.00 .... 




Ward 2, 






10.00 .... 




City proper, 






200.00 .... 




'ay-rolls— clerks and modem 


tors, 




120.00 .... 





i •; i 



CITV OF CONCORD. 



Inspectors. 
Supervisors, 
Selectmen, 
Solicitor, 

Tax collector. '93-*e4, 
"96, 
'97, 
■98, 
Treasurer, 



Sewers, 

Joint res. N'o. 274, 

Sewer Precinct, Penacook: 
Unexpended Bal. 1897, 

lie pair.-, 

Bonds, 

Transfer from accumulated earni 
sinking fund. 

Interest on bonds. 

Sinking fund. 
Sewer Precinct. Easl ( toncord : 

Interest on bonds, 

Sinking fund, 

Unexpended Bal. 1897 
Sewer Precinct, West Concord: 

Unexpended Bal. 1897 

Sinking fund, 

Inter st on bonds, 
Sewer, South End: 

Unex. Bal. Jan. 1, '9S, 6,361.46 

Less appro, for sewers, 4.000.00 
" 100.00 

Schools : 

Inion School District: 
Apr. 2. voted to pay interest, 
Apr. 2, voted to pay bonds, 
General fund— bal. 1897, 
Appro., 

Apr. 2, "98 voted by U. S. D., 
Text-books, 

Literary fund, 

Dog licence, 

Town District.— bal. 1897 





220.00 






237.00 






135.00 






500.00 






29.08 






7.55 






243.34 






1,213.68 






250.00 




Ll.802.00 


11,789.15 


12.85 


4,000.00 






100.00 






4. 100. no 


4,058.46 


41.54 


218.54 






300.00 


5,000.00 




400.00 


739.33 


179.21 


9G0.OO 


940.00 




500.00 


500.00 




70.00 


70.00 




100.00 


100.00 




158.9U 


12.00 


140.90 


1,189.68 


'.)! 2.. 'is 


277.30 


500.00 


; oo.i in 




6SO.00 


i;>0 00 




2.201 46 


920.25 


1,341.21 


*],500 (it) 


1.500.00 




. 2.700 


l,50o.O i 




15,0D0 oo 


15,000.00 




15,785.80 


15,78 . s i 




30,385.00 


30,385.00 




12.615.00 


3.115.00 




2.447.00 






1,6«1.57 






1,220.53 




1 1,769. io 


935. 1 1 


'.).;.->. 1 1 





AUDITOR S KEI'Ol.T. 



165 



Appr..., 

Mcli. 19, 'OS, voted by town (lis.. 

Text-books, 
*l'age i\>, 1897 Report, A.ccruedinterest. 

Literary fund, 

Dog license, 
District No, 20 bal 1807, 

]>il. Sehoolhouse tax, 

Appro., 

Meh. 24. '98, voted by dis, No. 20, 

" '• voted to pay bond. 

Text— books, 

Mch. 24, *0S voted to pay interest, 
* Accrued interest. 
Literary fund, 

Dot£ license. 



Liquor Agency : 
Receipts, 
Salary Agent, 
Liquors, 
License, 
Light-, 

Miscellaneous, 
Kent, 



2,335*00 


2,335.00 


S00.00 


65.00 


188.00 




123.06 




03.70 


1,130.85 


013.74 


013.74 


100.00 


100.00 


2,045.0.1 


2,045.00 


1,000,00 


530.00 


500.00 




165.00 




40.00 




20 00 


30 00 


107.77 




82.12 





1,918.15 



75,379.50 



600.00 
1,384.85 

25.00 

5.10 

38.79 

283.00 



824.89 



2.33G.74 



( on nt y tax. 
State tax, 



Total. 

( >rder out standing : 

2885— Merrill— Inc. cv L. D. 
Order refused : 

2204 — Lam prey — Highw ay. 
Account trusteed: 

\V. W. Critchet— White Park, 
Pollm's Park, 
Bradley Park, 
Total expended as shown by City Treasurer.. 





277,312.27 




12,200.69 




29,499.25 




349,012.21 




300.00 




■20.11(1 




22.50 




7.50 




15.00 


surer., 


348,647.21 




340,012.21 



166 



CITl' OF CONCORD. 



Concord water woi 


ks: 






Salary Superintendenent, 


.... 1,800.00 


Salary Clerk, 






.... 600.00 . . . . 


Pay Bolls, 






.... 5,922.76 


Interest, 






. . . . 26,645.00 . . . . 


Freight, 






.... 1,614.88 


Meters, 






. . . . 1,820.80 


Miscellaneous, 






. . . . 1,979.06 . . . . 


Lights, 






.... -22.05 


Printing, 






125.75 


Supples, 






. . . . 7,587.31 . . . . 


Telpehone, 






.... 124.70 


Bonds, 






. . . . 10,000.00 




. . . . 58,242.31 


Very respectfully, 












JOHN B. 


ABBOTT, City auditor. 



City Hall Feb. ft. 1899 



DEPARTMENT REPORTS. 



CITY OF CONCORD, N. H. 



WATER DEPARTMENT. 

1898. 



BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS. 

ALBERT B. WOODWORTH, Mayor, ex officio. 

WILLIAM P. FISKK to March 31 

WILLIAM E. HOOD to March 31 

SOLON A. CARTER to March 31 

FRANK D. ABBOT to March '31 

JOHN WHITAKER "... to March 31 

EBENEZER B. HUTCHINSON to March 31 

WILLIAM M. MASON to March 31 

EDSON .L HILI to March :il 

FRANK I). ABBOT, Clerk. 



OFFICERS. 

WILLIAM P. FISKE, President. 

V. C. HASTINGS. Superintendent. 

ALICE G. COCHRAN. Clerk at Water Office. 

HENRY A- ROWELL, Engineer at Pumping Station. 



1902. 
1902. 
1901. 
1901. 
190<>. 
1900. 
1899, 

IS'.)'. . 



CONCORD WATER BOARD. 



Date of election and length of service of members. 

Abraham G. Jones, ex officio . 1872 — three month-. 

John M. Hiil . . . 1872-1878. 

Benjamin A. Kimball . . 1872-1878 

Josiah Minot* . . 1872. Resigned Jan. 10. 1874. 

David A. Warde* . . . 1872-1874. 

Edward J.. Knowlton* . . 1*72. Resigned Sept. 25, 1875. 

Benjamin S. Warren* . . 1872-1873 

John Kimball, ex officio . . 1872-197G. 

John Abbott . . . 1873-1876. 

John S. Russ' . . . 1874-1877. 

Abel 15. lioir . . . 1874-1877. 

SamuelS. Kimball . . . 1875. Resigned July 1. ism. 

George A. Pillsbury, ex officio* 1876-1878. 

Luther P. Durgin . . . 1876-1885. 

John Kimball . . . 1877. Resigned July 1, 1891. 

William M. Chase . . . 1*77. Resigned July 1, 1891. 

Horace A. Brown, < * officio . 1878-1880, 

.lames L. Masou* . . . 1878-1893. 

James R Hill- , . . 1*7*. Died 1884. 

Geo. A. Cummings, ex officio . 1880-1883, 

Edgar H. AVoodman, ex officio . 1883-1887. 

Joseph H. Abbot ... 1884-1893. 

George A. Young . . . 1885-1894. 

John E. Robertson, ex officio . 1887-1889. 

Stillman Humphrey, ex officio*. 1889-1891. 

Henry W. Clapp, ex officio' . 1891-1893. 

Willis D. Thompson . . 1891-1895. 

William P Fiske . . 181)1. Now in ofliee. 

James H. Chase* . . 1891. Died 1893. 

John Whitaker . . . 1892 Now in olliee. 

♦Deceased. 



WATER DKI'AKI MKN 



1' 



Henry F. Conant . . . 1892. Resigned Jan. 8, 1895 

Parsons B. Cogswell , ex officio* 1 893- 1 895. 

Solon A. Carter . . . 1893. Now in office. 

Frank I). Abbot . . . 1893- Now in office 

William M. Mason . . 1893. Now in office. 

William E. Hood . . . 1894. Now in office. 

Ebenezer B. Hutchinson . 1895, Now in office. 

Edsou .1. Hill . . . is 1 .);"). Now in office. 



PRESIDENTS OF THE BOARD. 



Joskin Minot* 
Benjamin A. Kimball 
Edward L. Knowlton* 
John Kimball 
Benjamin A. Kimball 
John Kimball 
William P. Fiske 



1872. Resigned Jan. 10, 1894. 

1874-1875. 

1875. Resigned Sept. 25, 1875. 

1875-1876. 

1876-1878. 
. 1878. Resigned July 1. 1891. 

1891. Now in office. 
I eceji^e f. 



SUMMARY STATISTICS. 



CONCORD, NEW IIAMPSIIII!!-:. WATER WORKS. 



Population of the city by census of 1890 . . 17.004 

Population of thai portion of the city included within 

the water precinct, estimated . . . 15, DUO 

Date of construction, 1*72; additions since. 

Works are owned by the city. 

Source of supply, Penacook lake, a natural body of water 
containing 265 aci'es, situated about three miles and a half from 
the state house and about 125 feet higher than Main street in 
front of the state house. 

Mode of supply, gravity and pumping to reservoir. 



FINANCIAL. 



MAINTENANCE. 



RECEIPTS. 

From consumers (mostly 

for domestic uses,) . $59,072.92 

From rents 100.02 

From hay, apples, pipe, 

etc., sold 190.32 



$50,363.20 



EXPENDITURES 


For management and re- 




pairs .... 


$ 3.454.20 


For now distribution 




pipes 


11.278.33 


For new service pipes . 


1,001.06 


For maintenance of pump- 




ing station . 


1,823.62 


For inspection 


000. (in 


For meters . 


2J7h.ii; 


For work at and near the 




outlet of Penacook lake 


604.69 


For incidentals 


361.95 


For abatements 


215.72 



$21,813 03 

Amount required |<> pay 
interest on bonded in- 
debtedness . . . 20. i !2.">. I H i 

Balance . . . 10,925.23 

$59,363.26 



CONSTRUCTION. 



Cost of land damages, flowage, and water rights; 

Paid B, F. & D. Holden, for water 

rights $60,000.00 

Concord Manufacturing Co., for 

water rights .... 83,000.00 
W. P. Cooledge for mill privilege 

and land 5,500.00 

Humphrey & Farnum, for kit- 
shop privilege .... 5,000.00 
Flowage rights around Penacook 

lake 4,375.61 

W. P. Cooledge, Hutchins house 

and lot 2, "250.00 

Mary C. Rowell, for laud . 1,500.00 

Moses II. Bradley, li . 5,000.00 

Joseph B, Walker, •• - 2.214.00 

John G. Hook, " . 370.00 

A. S. Ranney, " . 1,350.00 

Alfred Roberts, " . 1.275.00 

Charles E. Ballard, " ■ 2,500.00 

Mary G. Garter, " . 1,250.00 

Elizabeth Widmer, - k . 1.504,50 

A. L. Proctor, •' . 450.00 

Robert Crowley, " . 3,000.00 

Miles Hodgdon, - 2.200.00 

Coffin & Little, •• . 800.00 

O. F. Richardson, kt . 100.00 
C. II . Amsden, water and flowage 

rights 5,000.00 

Cost of property aud rights of Torrent 

Aqueduct Association . 20,000.00 
dam, gate-house, and appur- 
tenances .... 80,756.17 
conduit and gate-houses . . 29,484.05 



WATEB DEPARTMENT. 177 

Cost of mains (low service main and 

pump main from the dam 

to Penacook street, force 

main from the pump to 

the reservoir, fire-main 

through North and South 

and Turnpike streets, and 

supply main from uear 

the dam to Stark street $154,960.92 
distribution pipe . . . 280,431.38 
service pipe .... 41,489.95 
reservoir .... 42,460.09 

pumping station, shop, stable 

and storehouse . . 22,000.00 
pumping machinery . . 10,215.00 
engineering and superintend- 
ence .... 14,913.12 
incidentals .... 6,531.19 
Cost of works, January 1, 1899. . $841,940.98 

Bonds of the city have been issued to pay a part of said cost 

of which $10,000 have been paid each year for the past three 

years from the earnings of the work.-, and of which the following 
are still outstanding : 

When due. Ra Amount. 

Nov. 1, 1899, 4, $ L0,000.00 

Nov. 1, 1900, 3 1-2, 15,000.00 

Jan. 1, 1901, 4, 10,000.00 

Jan. 1, 1902, 4, 10,000.00 

Jan. 1, 1903, 1. 10,000.00 

Jan. 1, 1904, 4, 10,000.00 

Jan. 1, 1905, 4, 10,000.00 

Jan. 1, 1906, 4, 10,000.00 

Jan. 1, 1907, 1. 10,000 

Jan. 1, 1908, 4, 10,000.00 

Jan. 1, 1909, !. 10,000.00 

Jan. 1, 1910, 4, 5,000.00 

Jan. 1, 1911, 4, 5,000.00 

Oct. 1, 1912, 4, 1.-..000 00 

12 



178 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



Jan. 1. 1918, 
Jan. 1, 1914, 
Jan. 1. 1915, 
Jan. 1. 1916, 
Jan. 1, 1917. 
Jan. i. 1918, 
Jan. 1, 1919, 
Mar. 1. 1922, 
Jan. 1, 1923, 



;. 

!• 

:. 

i. 
4. 
4. 

■•'> 1-2, 
4. 



10,000.00 

10,0(10,00 
10,000,00 
10,000.00 
10.000.00 
10,000.00 
lit. (»00. 00 
20,000.00 
400,000.00 

$660,000.00 



WATER DEPARTMENT. 179 

REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT. 



To the Board of Water Commissioners : 

J herewith present to you the twenty-seventh annual report of 
the operations of this department, showing the receipts, expendi- 
tures and abatements, together with a statement of extensions and 
improvements made during the year ending December 31, 1898. 

RECEIPTS. 

For water from consumers by fixed 

rates . . $33,214,42 
water from consumers by meter 

rates , . . 25,681.48 

From delinquents . . . 76. 68 

For water used for building purposes 100.34 

rents . . . 100.02 

hay, apples, pipe, etc. . . 190.32 

$59,363.26 



Deduct abatements ..... 215./ 2 

Net receipts for 1898 .... 859, 147. 54 
EXPENDITURES. 

GENERAL EXPENSES. 

Paid V. C. Hastings, salary as super- 
intendent . . 81,S00.0O 

pay-rolls, salaries and labor . 4.925.46 

Nath'l White, Jr., rent of office 

and heating , . 350. 00 

S. G. Sanborn, rent of shop in 
Penacook 

Rumford Printing Co., printing 

F. L. Sanders, books, etc. 

Silsby & Son, printing, station- 
ery, etc 

Concord Light and Power Co., gas 



::'! 


.00 


.07 


.25 


23 


.50 


28, 


.56 


11. 


55 



180 CITY OF CONCORD. 

Paid New England Telephone & Tele- 
graph Co., telephones . 124.70 
J. M. Stewart & Sons Co., sup- 
plies . . . 54.00 
Humphrey-Dodge Co., hardware . G7..'!4 
Thompson & Hoague, *" . 63 85 
Batchelder & Co., oil, etc. . . 14.10 
J. H. Dodge & Co.. groin . 54.00 
Arthur N. Day, " . . 36.78 
C. H. Martin & Co.. lead, oil. etc. 10.32 

A. P. Fitch & Co., 1.2.", 

H. O. Marsh, wood . - 13.50 

Woodworth & Co., cement . . 63.00 

Dickerman & Co. " . . 15.00 

Phillips & Sanders, stone . . 3.00 

A. C. Sanborn, dynamite, etc. . 3 80 
Stoughton Rubber Co., hose and 

mittens . . 21.60 

Abbot-Downing Co., wagon . 12.3.00 
John C. Thorne, rubber boots . . 19.08 

J. C. French & Co. k - •' 9.50 
M J. Drummond & Co., cast-iron 

pipe .... 5,7 It',. 21) 

Builders' Iron Foundry, castings . 30.34 

Concord Foundry Co., lt . 3.78 
R. D. Wood & Co., hydrants . . 94 89 

Ludlow Valve Mfg. Co. gates . J7.87 

Coffin Valve Co. 9.75 
Chadwick Lead "Works, pig lend 

and lead pipe . . 470.44 
Walworth Mfg. Co., pipe, tools 

and fittings . . 268.82 
J. H. Cunningham Co., fittii 27.48 
Goodhue & Milton ■• . 17.69 
E. H. Randal], plumbing . . 2.59 
H. Mueller Mfg. Co., tapping ma- 
chine . . . 2:i.oo 
Waldo Bros., cutter wheels . . 5.50 



WATER DEPARTMENT. 181 

Paid National Meter Co., meters . 1,003.55 

Union Water Meter Co., meters . 743. 2") 

Thomson Meter Co., " . 184.su 

M. J. Duffy, use of derrick . . 7.00 

J. D. Johnson & Son, repairs . 20.15 

E. B. Hanchay, smith-work . H6 22 

Ross W. Cate, ;t . . 21.45 

Rowell & Plummer, mason-work . 514.35 
E. B. Hutchinson Building Co. 

lumber and labor . . 42.81 
George Abbott, Jr.. painting . o{5. 45 
Benj. Bilsborough, " . . 13.35 
O F. Richardson & Son, team- 
work and labor . ■ 62.33 
George L. Theobald, team-work 132.02 
J. H. Coburn . " . 35.50 
Cavis G. Brown . " . 21.80 
J. H. Rowell & Co., concreting . 37.00 
Boston & Maiue Railroad, freight 

and repairing siding . 1 .''>."> 1 .63 

Engineering News . . . 5.00 

Eastman & Merrill, insurance . 32.50 

Jackman & Lang " . . 25.00 

Chase & Martin, tk . . 25 00 

V. C. Hastings, cash paid cut . G1.36 

town of Webster, taxes . . 47.20 

incidentals . . . 241). 30 

$19,773.69 



PUMPING STATION EXPENSES. 

Paid pay-rolls, engineer and fireman $1,498.00 

C. H. Stevens & Co., coal . . 9.26 

H. H. Crowell, slab wood . . 51.87 

H. O. Marsh, wood . . . 7.50 
Humphrey-Dodge Co., packing 

and hardware . . 3.10 
Thompson & Hoague, packing 

and hardware . . . 2.85 



182 (ITV OF CONCORD. 

PaidA. W. Chesterton & Co.. packing . 20.03 

F. W. Bradley . • . 13.00 

R. F. Clifford & Co., •• . 10.33 

Knowlton Packing Co., " . 8.75 

Batchelder & Co., supplies . 2.50 
Walworth Mfg. Co., waste and 

tools . . . .1 3.64 
Putnam Machine Co., tools . . 5.00 
Locke Regulator Co.. valves . 4.25 
Chapman Valve Mfg. Co., valves . l.U 
E. Hodge & Co., castings . . 26.16 
George Abhott. Jr., painting . . 41. u0 
Rowell ^ Plummer, mason-work . 19.50 
Concord Light & Power Co , gas . 8.70 
Boston & Maine Railroad, repair- 
ing siding . . . 3 i .81) 
incidentals . . . .9.15 



SI, 823. 62 

Total expenditures for 1898 . . 821,597.31 

The expenses are divided as follows : 



GENERAL EXPENSE 


s - 






For management and repairs 


$3 454.20 






new service pipes 


1,001.06 






new distribution pipes 


11,278.33 






inspection 


600.00 






meter account 


2,473.46 






work at and near the outlet of 








Penacook Lake 


604.69 






incidentals . 


3 61.: )5 










$19, 


773.61) 






PUMPING STATION EXPENSES. 






For salaries, engineer and fireman 


$1,498.00 






fuel used 


.■ 68.63 






waste, packing, and other sup- 








plies 


105 44 






repairs 


. 151.55 


«ti 


893 fi9 



WATER DEPARTMENT. 183 

EXTENSIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS. 

Mam and distribution pipes have been laid and hydrants set 
during the year as follows : 
On main line, 

north from near Blossom Hill Cemetery gate to near tene- 
ment block of N. H. Slate Prison, 2,701 feet 20-inch pipe 
and two hydrants. 
In North Main street, 

north from Capital street, 11<» feet 10-inch pipe. 
In Pillsbury street, 

west from Turnpike street to Dunklee street, 1, 031 feet 6- 
inch pipe, 

west from Eastman street to South street. 232 feet (i inch 
pipe. 
In Allison street, 

west from Dakin street to Broadway, .*s.">l feet 6-inch pipe. 
In McKinley street, 

west from Turnpike street to Broadway, 738 feel ,; -inch pipe. 
In Avon street, 

west and north from South street to Clinton street, 724 feet 
1 1 -inch pipe and 1 hydrant. 
In Broadway, 

south from north line of Rollins Park to McKinley street, 
712 feet 6-iuch pipe and 1 hydrant. 
In Holly street, 

west from Turnpike street to Dunklee street, 7 It) feet 6- 
inch pipe. 
In Donovan street, 

south from Rockingham street to Wiggin street, 456 feet 6- 
inch pipe. 
In Rockingham street, 

west from near Broadway to Donovan street, 448 feet 6- 
inch pipe. 
In Glen street, 

north from Allison street, L89 feet 6-inch pipe. 
In Clinton street, 

4."> feet 0-inch pipe and 1 hydrant. 



1 84 CITY OF CONCORD. 

la Old Saw Mill road, St. Paul's School, 

west from near S. B. Hall place to Old Hopkinton road, near 
Millville cemetery, 3,446 feet 4-inch pipe. 
In Old Hopkinton road, St. Paul's School, 

west from Old Saw Mill road to New Hopkinton road, 814 
feet 4-inch pipe aud 1 hydrant, 
lu Main street, Penacook, at Woodlawn cemetery, 1 hydrant. 
( )u hydrant branches, 

'.'4 feet 6-inch pipe. 
( in blow-offs, 

22 feet 4-inch 'pipe. 
Also 122 feet 3-4-inch pipe. 

Main and distribution pipes have been discontinued during the 
year, as follows : 
On main line, 

north from near Blossom Hill Cemetery gate to near tene- 
ment block of N. II. State Prison, 2,761 feet 14-inch 
cement-lined pipe. 
In Clinton street. 

45 feet 4-inch cement-lined pipe. 
On hydrant branches, 

42 feet 6-inch cement-lined pipe. 
Also 986 feet 1-inch and 3-4-inch pipe. 



WATKK DEPARTMENT. 



1 85 



Summary of the Foregoing. 

NEW PIPES, HYDRANTS, AND STOP-GATES. 



Pipes. 



Hydrants 



3-4-in., 122 feet. Wett Concord Road, 2 
4-in., 4,282 " Broadway, 
6-in., 6,230 tk Avon street, 
10-iu., 110 " Clinton street. 
20-in., 2,761 " Old Hopkinton road. I 
Main street. 

Penacook, 1 



Stop- Gates. 



4-in., 
ll 6-in., 
1 20-in., 

II 



6 
16 

1 



23 



13,505 feet, 7 

equal to 2,55 miles. 

PIPES AND STOP-GATES DISCONTINUED. 

Pipes. Stop- Gates. 

1-in., 986 feet. 4-in., 

4-in., 45 " 6-in., 

6-in., 42 " 10-in., 

ll-iii.. 2,761 " 14-iu.. 

3,834 feet, 
equal to 72-100 miles. 



Total length of main and distribution pipes now iu use, 312 s - 
721 feet, equal to 50.22 miles. 

Total number of hydrants now in use. 260. 
Total number of gates now in use, 720. 

SERVICE-PIPES. 

There have been laid during the year and connected with the 
main pipes, 68 service-pipes, consisting of 68 3-4-inch, 1,665 feet 
in length. 

There has been discontinued during the year, 1 ; whole number 
in use at the present time, 3,240; total length of service pipes, 
7 0,161 feet or 14.42 miles. 

We have set 152 meters during the year; 6 have been removed; 
making the total number now in use, 7 7s. 



186 



(1TY OF CONCORD. 



The following table shows the height of water in Penacook 
Lake on the first day of eacli month: 

January . 185.10 July . . 184.45 

Februaiy 184.90 August . . 183.75 

March . 184.40 September . 183.40 

April . . 184.60 October . . 183.25 

May . . L84.70 November . 183.60 

June . . i,s4. 70 December . 184. 'JO 

Tin- lowest poinl reached was October !, being 183.25; the 
highest was April 25, 185.10; mean height, 184.31, which was 
.98 foot higher than the mean height for the year 1897. 

The water has been runiing over the overflow one hundred and 
forty-one days during the year; in January, 31 ; in February, 23; 
in March, li ; in April, 25; in May, 10; in June, 5; in Novem- 
ber. 5; and in December, 31. At no time has the water been 
lower than sixteen inches below the overflow. 

The work at the overflow was completed early in the season and 
the road graded. 

The general work of the department has been carried on as in 
past years ; the most important extensions of pipe were at St. 
Paul's School and the continuation of relaying the old 14-inch 
main which was extended to a little north of the terement block of 
the New Hampshire State Prison. 

We have had several serious breaks on Main street which indi- 
cate that the cement-lined pipe in that street is nearing the end of 
its usefulness ; I would therefore recommend that a new 1 0-inch 
cast-iron pipe through North and South Main streets, from Cen- 
tre to freight streets, be included in the plans for next season, or 
that at least a portion of the work be considered. 

I would also call your attention to the recommendation of the 
engineer in his report which is attached hereto, and urge that the 
same be carried out in order to secure the best results from the 
pumping engine. 

Respectfully submitted, 

V. C. HASTINGS. Superintendent. 



WATER DEPARTMENT. 187 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



\V . V. Thayer. Treasurer, 

In account with Concord Waterworks. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balanct hand January ! , IK98, 

Income of Water Works, . . . 59,1 L7.54 

— : $70,340.37 

EXPES DIT1 RES. 

Interest on Water Works bonds, . $26,645.00 

Bonds 10.0(10.00 

Maintenance and extension, . . 21 ..V.i7.:;i 

Balance on hand, January 1, 189!), . 12,098.06 

$70,340.37 



188 



CITY Of COXCOUD. 



Report of Engineer of Pumping- Station. 

Pumping Station, Concord Water Works. 
V. C. Hastings, Superintendent: 

Sir, — I would report that the pumping machinery at the pump- 
ing station is m good working condition, with the exception of the 
plungers. I would recommend that new plungers be put in during 
the coming year, as the old ones arc badly worn and do not lift 
the amount of water they should on account of so much slipping. 

Following will he found n statement of the coal and supplies 
ined at the pumping Station during the year, with a table showing 
the work for each month : 

STATEMENT. 
] 14 tons. 860 lbs. Pocahontas coal. 
1 1 cords of wood. 

18 gallons of oil. 
'1 1 lbs of waste. 

I \..!\l. RE< ORD. 



Date. 



Pumpii 

time. 



Gallons 

\\;\ < r 
pumped 



l<ai y 
average 
pumped. 



Total 

coal 

burned. 



Daily 
average 

i oai 
burned. 



k <; Huns 
pumped 

per 

pound of 
coal. 



Ki'limarv 

March .' 


117: 10,093 
115:30 9,969.610 
118:45 10.325 
116: 10,115.210 
110: 9,331,980 
111:30 9,710,4"0 


356,057 
. 33,076 

:;:;;. 17:; 
301,031 
323,680 
40-.V20L' 
341,4'4 
338.579 
i,234 
325.:m.:i 
342.576 


•21.068 
22,190 
21,068 
2o,641 
18.981 
l.f 649 
25,202 
21.391 
•20.551 
2-2.71:, 
20,329 
22,428 


679 
792 

l.7:i 
688 
612 
654 
812 
690 
b85 
',32 
677 
7-2:; 


47:> 

449 

41)0 




4:>o 


Mav 


401 




4 4 


July 


143:30 12,471,060 
121:45 10 583,840 
118:30 10,157,3:>8 
124:30 11,136,258 
110:15 '.1.779.080 
122: 10,719,860 


404 
404 


November 

December 


404 
400 
481 

477 


Toial 


14-20:15 124.393.311 


340,803 256,220 


701 


485 




3:54 340,803 




701 
















•Amount of coal consumed includes tli.it used for heating the budding nd 
banking fires. 

Amount of coal consumed per thousand gallons pumped, 2.05 
pounds. 

HENRY A. ROWELL, 

pjUgineer. 



APPENDIX 



190 



CITY OV COXCQKD. 



J±. 



Receiptsfor each year since the completion of the works. 



For the year endiug January 31, 1874 
For fifteen mouths ending April 1. 1S75 
For the year endiug April 1, 187G 

1*77 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1 88 1 

For nine months endiug December 31, L»81 
For the year •• k " 1882 

1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
L887 
1*88 
LK89 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 

189'! 
1M)7 
1898 



S4,431.10 
17,535.00 
16,921.24 
19,001.07 
20,763.03 
21.869.86 
22,451.53 
26,744 58 
25,534.01 
27,243.06 
28,255.4* 
28,915.65 
30,222.54 
30,862.64 
34,047.52 
38,441.32 
tO,&7. 53 
42,133 41 
46,075.16 

i>.;;;»i 52 

52,299.66 
53,230 10 
55,343.19 
56,557. 81 
55.156.42 
59, 147. 54 



Total receipts for 26 yearn 



8901,771.97 



WATEK DEPARTMENT. 1 9 1 

IB- 
Mean Height of the water each year. 

1873 . . . 175.86 188G . . . 178.10 

1874 . . . 179.50 1887 . . . 170.04 

1875 • . . 180.00 1888 . . . 181.96 

1876 . . . 180.28 1889 . . . 180.91 

1877 . . . 176.46 1890 . ... 181.90 

1878 . . . 179.50 1891 . . . 180. do 

1879 . . . 179.74 1892 . . . 174.32 

1880 . . . 175.30 1893 . . 173,. 38 

1881 . . . 174.70 1894 . . . 172., si 

1882 . . . 179.15 1895 . . . 171.15 

1883 . . . 176.40 L896 . . . 17896 

1884 . . . 178.18 1897 . . . 183.33 

1885 . . . 176. so 1898 . . . 184.31 



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East side North Main, near J B. Walker's 

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East side North Main, near Larkin's store 

North-we^t corner North Main and Franklin 

East side North Main, opposite Pearl 

No th-\vest corner North Main and Washington 

West side North Main, opposite Historical .Society 

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North-west corner North Main and Court 
North-west corner North Main and Pitman 
S r orth-west corner North Main and Montgomery 
East side North Main, opposit Montgomery 
North-west corner North Mainami Centre 
South-east corner North M >in and Bridge 
South-west corner North Main and Park 
East side North Main, opposite Park 
North-west corner North Main and Capitol 
North-west corner North Main and School 
West side North Main, at Centennial Block 
Has; side North Main, opposite Centeunial Block 
East side North Main, in tear Eagle Hotel 
East side North Main, in rear Woodward Block 
North-west corner North Main and Warren 
West side North Main, at Central BlocU 
South-east corner North Main and Depot 
North-west corner Noith Main and Pleasant 
South-east corner South Main and Pleasant 
North-east corner South Main and Freight 
East side South Main, opposite Fayette 
East side >"»outh Main, opposite Thompson 
South-east corner South Main and Chandler 
North-west corner South Main and Wentworth's 

avenue 
East side South Main opposite St. John's Church 
North-west corner s nth Main ar.d Thorndike 
North west corner South Main and Perley 
West side South Main, near Abbott-Downing Co.' s 
Fast side South Main, opposite Abbott Downing 

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North-west Corner South Main and West 
East side Turnpike, near West 
West side Turnpike, opposite Gas 
West side Turnpike, opposite Holt Bros. Mfg. Co 
South-west corner Turn pike and south state 
North-west corner I urnpike and Pillsbury 
East side Turnpike, opposite Pillsbury 
West side Turnpike, at J. H. Lamprey's 
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Water. West, side Water, near Capt. James Thompson's 
Hall. West side Hall, below Rolfeand Rumford Asylum 
Hammond North side Hammond, near Bridge 

Fiske. West side Fiske, near North state 
Summer. North-east corner Summer and Pitman 
Durgin. VVest side Durgin, near Tool's laundry 
Xo. .State. South-we<t corner North -tate and Penacook 
North-west corner North State and alker 
North-west corner North .stale and Church 
North-west corner North Mate and Tremont 
North-east coiner North Stale ami Washington 
West side North State, opposite Court 
North-west coi ner North State and Maple 
North-east corner North State and Centre 
East side North State, opposite government buil- 
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South-west corner North State and School 
North-v est coiner North State and Warren 
North-west corner North State and Pleasant 
So. State. East sideNouth state, opp' site Wall 

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South-west cornel- South State and Monroe 
East side South State, opposite i aurel 
South-east corner South State and Downing 
North-east corner South state and West 
Junction of South State and Turnpike 
Mills. South cast corner Mills anil I 'owning 

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Dakin. West side Dakin, near C. E. Harriman's 
Dunklee. North-west corner Dunklee and IMlshurv 
Broadway North-west corner Broadway and Allison 
" West side Broadway, near precinct line 

Green. North-west corner Green and Prince 

u East side Green, opposite Prince 

South, West side South, opposite 'Vail 

u x orth-west corner south and Thompson 

We>t side South, opposite Monroe 
'West side South, opp' site Lam el 
West side South, opposite Downing 
:West side South, opposite Allison 
West side South, near Abbott farm 
West side South, opposite Smith Farm 
North-west corner South and Rockingham 
Bradley. South-west comer Bradley and Penacook 
'■ 'West side Bradley, opposite Walker 

" iEastside Bradley, opposite Highland 

Union. |North-west corner Union and Maple 
Lyndon. South-west corner Lyndon ami Tremont 
No. Spring South-west corner North Spring ana Centre 



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CITY OF CONCORD. 



FIRE-HYDRANTS— Continued. 




So Spring South-west cornpr South Spring and Oak 
West fide South Spring opposite < oncord 
iVesj side South Spring, oppotite Perley proposed 
extension 
Rumford. West side Rumford, opposite Perkins 

\'orth-east corner Rumford and Franklin 
West s4de Rumford, opposite Beacon 
North-east corner Rumford and Abbott 
North-east corner Rumford and ( :ambridge 
North-easi corner Rumford and School 
Pahanto. North-west corner Tahanto and School 
Piue. South-west con erPiue and ( entre 
High. North-west corner High and Auburn 
East side High, opposite Forest 
South-west corner High and Franklin 
Gilps. South-easl corner Giles and School 
Fruit. North-east corner Fruit and Clinton 

East side »-'ruit. opposite Win. W. Critchett's 
N'orth-wesl coiner Fruit and Woodman 
Minot. West side Miuot, near < >dd Fellows' Home 
Penacook. South side Penacook. easi of I'. 11. ( lo.'s Hark house 
South side Penacook. near P.B. < - S 
-*outh side Penacook, near P. B. Co.'s olllce 
South-east corner Penacook and .North Main 
Sout i-west corner Panaeook «ud Rumford 
South-east corner Penacook and ( lolumbus avenue 
Highland. North-east corner Highland and Rumford 
Church. North side Church, opposite Lyndon 

North- east corner Church and Rumford 
Franklin. North- west corner Franklin and Jackson 
South-west corner Franklin and Rumford 
South side Franklin, opposite W. .1. Ahern's 
North east corner Franklin and Auburn 
Beacon. North-west corner Beacon and Jackson 
Blanchard North-west corner Blam hard and Ksses 

Ferry. North side ferry, east of C. & »i . Railroad 
WashinVn South-west corner Washiugtonand Fniou 

^orth-west corner Washington and Rumford 
North side Washington, opposite Perry avenue 
Valley. North side Valley, opposite Eorest 
Auburn. Vorth-wes-t corner Auburn and Forest 
Centre. North-east corner Centre and North State 
Soith-west corner Centre and Green 
North-west corner Centre and Hnion 
North-wesl comer Centre and North Spring 
North-west cornei- ( 'entre and Rumford 
South >ide Cenfe opposite K-^ex 
South-west corner (entre ami Summit avenue 
North-east corner Centre and Bridge Road 



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FIRE HYDRANTS.— Continued. 



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Bridge. South side Bridge, near easterly barn 

( lapitol. North-east corner ( !apitol ami North State 

School. North-west corner School add Green. 

North-west corner School ami North Spring 
North-west corue.i School ami .\ieniniiek 
North -ide School, near city storehouse 
North side Suh ol, oppositeE. I!. Woodworth 
Depot. LNorth-wesi corner Depot an-i Railroad square 

" South side Depot at end of train shed 

Warren. North-west coiner Warren ami Green 

North-west corner Warrer. ami North Spring 
North-west corner Warren and Rumford 
South-west corner Warn n and .Merrimack 
North-west corner Warren ami Tahauto 
North-east corner Warren ami High 
Juuction Warren and Pleasant, near Fruit 
Pleasant. North-west corner Pleasaut and Railroad square 
North-west corner Pleasam ami Green 
South-west coiner Plea-ant ami Spring 
South side Pleasant, opposite Rumford 
jSouth side Pleasant, opposite Merrimack 
" South side Plea-ant. opposite Pirn' 

" South side Plea-ant. opposite Liberty 

North side Pleasant, near Salem 
" Smith side Pleasant, near Mrs. Eddy's 

" North side Pleasant, uear Mrs. Lane's 

" North sale Pleasant, near .1. HcO. 1 lauiinond'.- 

" South sid.' Pleasant, opposite Pond road 

" South side Pleasant, near. I. Milnor Coit's 

North side Pleasant, opposite infirmary 
" South side Pleasant, near the mill 

31 ill P.. ad- Past side Vlill road, near Upper school cottage 
St P. Scli. North side Mill road at Orphan's Home 
Old Hop- 

kinton rd. Junction Old aid New Hopkiut n roads 
.Ma shall. North side Mar-hall, opposite Fuller 
Freight. North side Freight at sout-west corner passenger 
station 
Hill's ave North-east corner Hill's avenu» and South Main 
South-west corner Jid's avenue and Railroad 
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Payette. North-west corner Fayette and Kim 
Chandler, South side Chandler, opposite railroad 
Concord. South side < oueord, opposite Jefferson 
Thorndike. ^orth-east corner I'horndikeaud Grove 
Laurel. North-east corner Laurel and Pierce 
Perley. North-west corner perley and Grove. 

" " South side l'.-rl-v. near old iiro 'k 
West. North sale We t. near Badger 



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FIRE HYDRANTS.— Continued. 




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North sWe Clinton, opposite Avon 
North-west corner Avonand South 
North-west corner Harrison and Morton 
North-west corner Allison and, Mills 



Al ison. North-west corner Allison and, Mills 
Roeki h'm North-ea^t corner Rockingham and Broadway 
Prospect. North-west corner Prospect and Graniteavenue 
Curtice av.! North side Curtis avenue, near Jo nC. Kenuej 
.Main liue. West side West Concord roat, at water-wor! 
storehouse 
North-east corner West Concord road and Foster 
East side West Concord road, near Cemetery ga 
East side West Concord road, near W. H. Perrj 
West :idc West Concord road, near Calvary Cera 
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WEST CONCORD. 

East side West Concord road, near Asa L. Gay's 

East side West Concord road, near < '. K. Farnum's 

>■• East fide West Concord road, near stone cut 

Main. East side .Main, near old city farm 

East side Main, near engine house 

East side Main, opposite D Holden's 

West side Main, near north mill 

East sHe Main, opposite George W. Brown's 

East side Main, near Mr. Harrington's 

East side Main, opposite A. Hollis's 

East side Main, near Sewa i's Falls road 

Electric. Northeast enrnerljof Electric and Main 

North side Electric, near power sration 

Lakt-. Eas1 side Like, near S. W. Kellom's 

East side Lake, ne*r Mrs. ii. E. Holden's 
Knight. Smith side Knight, opposite railroad station 
Hutchins. North side Hutchins, near B. L\ Putney's 

North side Hutchins. near C. & C. railroad 
Penac'k id A est side Penacook road, near Warner road 
Wesl side Penacook road, near Mr. Currier's 

PENACOOK. 

Main West side Main, at Woodlawn cemetery 
West side Main, opposite Stark 
West side Main, near Mr. Prescott's 
>i Soutwest corner Main and Union 

Washington spuare. opposite Washington 
Northwest corner Main and Charles 



WATER DEPARTMENT. 

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STREETS LOCATIONS. 



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" North side Main, near iron bridge 

Wt st Main West side V\ est Main, opposite cemetery 

High. »-ast side High, opposite Summit 

" North-west corner High and Maple 

'• N<»rth-we>t corner High and Spring 

Washin't'n South-east corner Washington and Union 

■ "' South side Washii gton, opposite John W hitaker'i 

South side Washington, opposite Charles 
k - South side « ashington, near Contoocook bridge 

Cha les. South-west corner Charles and Warren 
■ ; North side Charles, near George W Corey's 

We*t Canal South-east corner West Canal and Warren 
East (anal North side East ('anal, near Contoocook Mfg. Co 

" North side East Canal, near* rescent 

Crescent. North side Crescent, east of < anal 
Merrimack South side Merrimack, opposite Merrimack av. 
" North ^ide Merrimack, opposite 1). W. Fex's 

" North side Me>rimack opposite Cross 

" Sout 1 ' side Merrimack, opposite Rolfe's shop 

" North side Merrimack, near road to Island 

" North-west corner Merrimack and Penacook 

Summer. North side Summer, opposite High 

" North-east corner Summer and < enter 

Spring. North-east corner Spring and Church 
Centre. North-west coiner (enter and Spring 
Cross. South-west corner ('toss and Summer 
Rolfe. North s de Rolfe, near James Corbett'S 
" North-west corner Rolfe and Penacook 

Penacook. Westside Penacook, opposite A. W. Rolfe's 

Whole number public hydrants 

PRIVATE HYDRANTS. 

Boston & Maine railroad, upper yaid, 6 post and 

3 fluth hydrants 
Boston & Maine railroad, new shops 
New state prison 
Abbot-Downing Co.'s yard 
Page Belting Co.'s yard 
W. P. Foid& Co.'s' yard 
N. H. Asylum for Insane yard 
Concord Gas Light Co.'s yard 
St. Paul's school 
Water work's pumping stati n grounds 

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HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 



REPORT OF COMMISSIONER OF HIGHWAYS, 



To the (Hit Council: — 

Gentlemen: — A.s commissioner of highways, I hereby submit 
n report of the work of the highway department for the year of 
L898. , 

But few uew streets were granted, and therefore there has 
been but little work in that direction! The following amend- 
ment to the rules in regard to laying out streets and highways 
was passed this year by the hoard of aldermen, and has done 
much to check the constant demand for new streets, except in 
cases where they were really a public demand: 

No petition for the laying out of any street or highway shall 
be considered by the board of Mayor and Aldermen unless it is 
accompanied by an agreement in writing, signed by responsible 
parties, that said highway, if laid out by the hoard of Mayor 
and Aldermen, shall be built at least fifty (50) feet wide and the 
grade established by the City Engineer, without expense to the 
city, or by certificate of the Commissioner of Highways that 
said street or highway is of the width of at least fifty (50) feet, 
and has been built and graded to his satisfaction, without ex- 
pense to the city; except in eases where two-thirds of the board 
of Mayor and Aldermen .shall deem the same to be of great 
public necessity. Upon the presentation to the board of Mayor 
and Aldermen of any such agreement or certificate the Mayor 
shall, by virtue of this rule, declare forthwith that such petition 
is denied, subject to a motion of any alderman that the public 



WATEK DEPARTMENT. 205 

necessity requires the consideration of such petition and its 
adoption by a two-thirds vote as aforesaid. 

Last year I suggested that the line he established on the 
Hopkinton road, from Fruit street, west, which has been done 
this season as far as the Glennon estate, and the highway is now 
known as Pleasant street, from Railroad spuare to St. Paul's 
school. I presume the city will soon take some action in regard 
to macadamizing this road, as the travel demands a better high- 
way. 

A large amount of work has been done on bridges this year. 
After several suggestions made by people who had occasion to 
use the iron bridge on Main street across the Contoocook, at 
Penacook, that an inspection ought to be made on account of its 
being too light for the traffic, the following letter was sent to the 
company who built the bridge. It was considered that they 
would give a more favorable report of its condition, not wishing 
to condemn their own work. 



Concord, X. II., February 21, L898. 
Canton Wrought Iron Bridge Co., Canton, Ohio. 

Gentlemen: — We have a bridge in our city built by your 
company in 1871, of which we would like a through inspection 
made this spring. 

Have you an Eastern agent or inspector who could do the 
work ? 

Kindly inform me in regard to the matter and oblige, 
Yours very truly, 

ALFRED CLARK. 

Commissioner of Highways. 



To this the following reply was received : 
New York City, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1898. 
Mr. Alfred Clark, Highway Commissioner, Concord, N. II. 

Dear Sir : — Your esteemed favor of the 21st inst., directed to 
the company at Canton, has been referred by them to this office. 



206 CITY OK CONCOKD. 

Iii further reply to the same we would say that we will take 
pleasure in having our agent, Mr. John M. Braly, call upon you 
and make this examination at any time suited to your con- 
venience. If possible we should have a week's notice in ad- 
vance of the time set, so that his movements can be arranged 
accordingly. Anytime except the last week in March or the 
first in April is open. Hoping to hear from you further in this 
matter, we arc 

Very truly yours, 

Wrought Iron Bridge Co., 
Wynkoop and Braly, 

General Eastern Agents. 



Mr. Wynkoop, the Eastern agent of the company, inspected 
the bridge in March, and made a verbal report immediately. He 
condemned the bridge and very strongly advised that the travel 
be restricted at once. This was done and Mr. Wynkoop was 
requested to submit a written statement of the exact conditions 
found in his examination of the bridge that it might be brought 
before the City Council. The following report was submitted : 

NewYork City, X. Y., March 22, 1898. 
Mr. Alfred Clark, Commissioner of Highways, Concord, N. H. 

Dear Sir: — In obedience to your request, I have made an ex- 
amination of the iron bridge over the Contoocook river on Main 
street, P.enacook, N. H., and after consultation with our chief en- 
gineer and his assistant, as a result of the same J beg to submit 
the following report : 

The bridge is of iron, of the type known as Whipple or Double 
Intersection, having cross beams of trussed outline and project- 
ing brackets to carry the walks. 

The roadway is 20 feet, and the two sidewalks arc 5 feet wide 
each, making a total width of floor surface of 30 feet, not includ- 
ing the portion under the trusses. The floor system of wood is 
probably heavier than the bridge was intended to carry. The 
workmanship is very good for the time when done. The material 



WATER DEPARTMENT. 207 

used is of the kind and quality incident to that period and an in- 
quiry to the manufacturers has been made to learn if possible what 
the records of test were on this particular structure. The reply 
was that the recoids of that long past period had been destroyed 
by fire, but that the standard quality of iron used at the time was 
about as follows : 

Ultimate strength. 48,000 to 50,000 pounds per square inch. 

Elastic limit, 25,000 to 2(3,000 pounds per square inch. 

The customary practice at that time was to use for compression 
members, Gordon's formula, wifh 10,000 pounds per square inch 
in the numerator and for tensile members 15,000 pounds per square 
inch, was the usual working stress, thus giving, as was then be- 
lieved a factor of safety of 3 1-3 as referred to the ultimate strength. 
Then it was believed that any structure so designed with the above 
mentioned working units and for a given safe had, would only 
fail when 3 1-3 times that load had heen placed upon it. 

The experience and discoveries of later years have shown that 
this was not strictly true. That when any structure had been 
once loaded sufficiently to strain its members beyond the elastic 
limit, a permanent set or deformation occurred in the member and 
if a tensile member, its area was slightly reduced. If the same 
load were then applied successively, a comparatively small number 
of applications of the same load would suffice to destroy the struc- 
ture. 

The elastic limit is, or was. tor standard iron used in bridges, 
about 1-2 the ultimate strength, so that instead of having a fact- 
or of safety of 3 1-."), such structures so designed actually had a 
factor of safety of only 1 2-3 or. a margin of 66 2-3 per cent. 
This margin was required to take care of the imperfections of shop 
and field work, the effect of swiftly moving loads and the possi- 
bility of overloading which too often ( ccurs with long span bridges. 

The analysis of tic structure reveals the fact that the total 
strength of the trusses, 70 per cent is required for supporting the 
weight of the material, leaving 30 per cent available for carrying 
capacity. This 3.0 per cent amounts to 500 pounds per lineal foot 
of bridge or about 17 pounds per square foot of exposed floor sur- 
face, this being the net total carrying capacity of the span per 



208 CITY OF CONCORD. 

square foot, provided such load is quietly and gently applied. 
Anything more than that would be very unsafe and much less than 
that might cause failure if it were applied in any other way than 
described above. 

It is the custom now to design bridges of this length to carry 
safely at least 60 pounds per square foot, and four times the ca- 
pacity of the structure under discussion. 

What has been said above regarding the strength of the bridge 
applies to the trusses. As to the floor system much need not be 
said except that it is totally inadequate and will certainly be brok- 
en through by any heavy concentrated load of more than usual size. 

If the sidewalks were removed and a new floor system supplied, 
the trusses might be relied upon to take care of the ordinary traf- 
fic of a country bridge. 

Located as it is, we deem it our duty to warn you that the bridge 
is unsafe and a menace to life and property. 

It should be closed at once to all heavy traffic and light vehicles 
should be required to proceed slowly when crossing it. 

Care should also he taken not to allow many cattle or sheep to 
cross in a hunch and crowds of people should not he allowed to 
gather on the bridge. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J as. H. Wynkoop, 

Representative Wrought Iron Bridge Co., 183 Union Spuare, 
New York City. 



Upon this report the City Council thought it advisable to build 
a new bridge across the Contoocook on Main street, and it was 
found that by shortening and putting in a new floor system that 
the old bridge could be used across the Contoocook in place of 
the old wooden Twin bridge which had been condemned. The 
contract for this work was let to the Wrought Iron Bridge Co. of 
Canton, Ohio. It was necessary to build^a new abutment on the 
north side of the Twin bridge and to repair and raise the one on 
the south side. This department has expended $172.99 for 
stone-work, etc., on the Main street bridge, and 81,594.28 on the 
abutments to the Twin bridge. 



HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 209 

A modern iron bridge was constructed on the Dunbarton road 
at St. Paul's School this year. New stone abutments were built, 
and the roadway raised about three feet. The cost of the bridge 
was $1,39G.40, of which the School paid 8433.2:3 arid furnished 
255 loads of gravel without charge. This makes a substantial 
bridge which will last a great many years without much repairing. 
About 550 feet of iron fence was built at the approaches to this 
bridge at an expense of 6177.78. 

The Loudon bridge across the Merrimack has been painted, this 
season, at an expense of 6347.65, and the Moor concreted at an 
expense of $299.88. The Federal bridge on the East Concord 
road has been replanked. Expense, $283.93. For the expei se 
on smaller bridges, see Financial Report. 

The numerous heavy winds have called this department's atten- 
tion very forcibly to the fact that our city's shade-trees are dying 
quite fast. The number of requests from owners of property to 
have dangerous trees and limbs removed, has been large. 

In the month of August Concord was visited by ;i cyclonewhich 
did considerable damage to our trees. One immense elm on South 
Main street, opposite 15. A. Kimball's, was uprooted and thrown 
across the street, tearing down electric and telephone wires. 
Another at the corner of Green and Pleasant street was blown 
down, beside several smaller ones in other parts of the city. 

The bank wall on Hanover street gave way this spring, ami 
had to be rebuilt. In re-building, it was found best to lengthen 
it, which was done. The total cost of the work was $170.73. 

For permanent work, this season, North Main street, opposite 
the Eagle Hotel, has been concreted and the paving taken from 
there used to pave Bridge street from Main street to the Railroad 
bridge; School street, opposite the Insurance building, has been 
concreted; North Main street from Franklin to Chapel on the 
east side, and from Pearl to Court on the west side, has been 
macadamized; new culvert on Noyes street; and a new iron 
bridge- built at St. Paul's School. See table for sxpense, etc. 



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HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 211 

The portable crusher was used again, this year, on High street, 
and the material there has nearly all been crushed. This leaves 
the street in a condition where it can now be put in shape at a 
very small expense. 

The work of cleaning the streets has been carried on this year 
the same as usual, the garbage from the business section being- 
collected at night. There is a great demand to have this terri- 
tory extended, but it cannot be done with the present appropri- 
ation. As the money for cleaning streets is raised by a general 
tax, residents in the thickly settled part of the city consider that 
their garbage should be removed weekly, the same as around the 
business blocks. 1 would suggest that the city be divided into 
street cleaning sections where collections could be made once a 
week. 

Quite a number of catch basins have been built this year on 
new streets, and some rebuilt. Several have been rebuilt in Pen- 
acook, mostly old ones constructed a number of years ago, wheie 
the basin was found too small and allowing too much sand to 
enter the sewer. One hundred and sixteen feet of 10-inch pipe 
for surface water was laid on Main street, Penacook, and the 
catch basins taken from the sewer and connected to this separate 
pipe. Several years ago the department considered the purchase 
of a steel sanitary dump-cart for cleaning catch basins, hut they 
were found too expensive. There are several large catch basins 
built along Main street from Centre to Freight, wnich are so eon 
structed that it is impossible to run the water into the sewer, and 
it must be emptied into the gutter before the basin may be 
cleaned. This, though perfectly harmless, is quite unsightly, 
and the steel cart would be a great improvement on the present 
me1 hod. 

Several new gravel walks liave been built, this year, and all 
concrete walks granted by the board of aldermen have been laid. 
The following table shows the length, cost, etc., of the gravel 
walks granted b} r the board : 



212 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



South, west walk 

South, east walk. 

Eastman, east walk . . 
North State, east walk 
Clinton, south walk ... 
Kimball, east walk .... 
Kimball, west walk ... 
West Slate, east walk.. 
Broadway, east walk.. . 
Pillsbury, north walk.. 
Pillsbury, south walk. 
Pillsbury, south walk.. 



Noyes 

Allison 

Allison 

C. & C. R. R 

1 Ian ard 

Allison 

Allison 

( . s < . R. R. 

Allison 

Turnpike... . 

South 

H roadwav.. . 



South 

Bow 

Pillsbury 

South 

"West 

Humphrey 

Humphrey 

Opp. Chas. Farnum's 

orth 

West 

Eastman 

South 



Length. 


Feet. | 


S67.0 


6S9.6 


3^0 


483 « 


943 5 


672.0- 


"7- 


S03 


'33 


1 


227 


225 


0S55 1 



Cos>t. 



S4S.18 

59 70 
28.55 

60 40 
46 55 
14-3° 
11 70 

73 32 
Sf..SS 
"16 S5 

! 4 77 
16. < 2 

£'441.3 2 



In the case before the Supreme Court regarding the removal of 
snow from the sidewalks by the owners of property was found to 
be unconstitutional. Therefore it is left optional with the 
owners regarding the removal of snow. The majority of the 
citizens clear their walks, but some are left in had shape. The 
walks are plowed as usual by the department, but it would be 
impossible to employ sufficient help to clean the snow from the 
walks without a heavy expense. If the citizens demand that 
the department remove the snow it appears to me advisable to 
form a precinct in which the money could be raised, so that those 
in the country portion of the city would not be taxed for this 
purpose. 

We have two snow plows here on trial from the Union Road 
Machinery Co., which do good work and have proved very satis- 
factory. 1 think it would lie advisable to purchase them. 

In the spring, the Street Railway Company moved their track 
on Main street, Penacook to the new location. It was then 
necessary to put in bank walls at the south and north ends of 
Pleasant street, and opposite the premises of John Wilde and 
Harry A. Cleveland. An appropriation of $800 was made, and 
after a change in the plans which extended the wall opposite the 
premises of Mrs. Sarah A. Abbott, 8200 more was necessary. 
The total cost of the work, including that done during the fall of 
1897, has been $1,620.63. 

The regular appropriations for the highway department are as 



HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 



213 



follows: General maintenance, $18,000.00; cleaning streets, 
$4,300.00; catch basins, $1,300.00 ; permanent work, $6,500.00; 
new concrete, $2,000.00; repairing concrete, $1,500.00. The 
appropriation of $18,000.00 for general maintenance may seem 
large, but when we consider that from this amount must come the 
winter expense, such as plowing and sanding walks in the central 
portions of the city, and the snowing bridges and breaking roads 
in the entire town, covering over some 300 miles, which for 1898 
was $5,376.15, we see that it is reduced considerably. The bal- 
ance could easily be expended by the first of duly, and then not 
begin to keep up with the demands of the people. As this 
appropriation is expected to last throughout the year, the depart- 
ment aims to fttend to the more urgent calls and those from 
which the public may derive the most benefit. Therefore, really, 
the amount expended for repair of the roads alone is that of 
$6,500.00 for permanent work and the balance of general main- 
tenance after the winter expense is deducted. On the concrete 
walks is expended the $1,500.00 for repairs and $2,000.00 for 
new walks, which is governed by the petitions granted by the 
board. The appropriation for catch basins of $1,300.00 can no1 
be expended directly for improving the streets. Of the cleaning 
streets amount, a large portion is used for the spring and fall 
removal of garbage from around the business blocks. 

It has been quoted by many that the highway department an- 
nually expends $50,000 on the streets. It may easily be seen by 
the above that the total amount appropriated in 1898 was only 
$33,600.00, beside that for sprinkling, which is in a precinct, and 
I hope that the taxpayers of Concord will make an effort to read 
this report wherein I have endeavored to make plain the amount 
expended. A record is kept in the office of all work of every 
description and is open for public examination at any time. 

The amount raised for sprinkling in 1898 was $3,500.00, and 
with the balance of $161.4!) from 1897 gave $3,961.49. We 
have nine sprinklers, all repaired and painted for the coming 
season. As the season was quite favorable a balance of $841.50 
is left on this appropriation. 

Aside from the regular appropriation a special one of $150 was 



214 . ( JTV OF < i tV<)KI>. 

made for a drinking fountain at Penacook, and the sum of $1000 
raised for bank walls on Main street, Penacook. 

The present method of paying the laborers of this department 
at the office of the City Treasurer is very inconvenient. It is 
impossible for them to be located where convenient to reach the 
hank during hanking hours without a considerable loss of time 
from the work. Considering the number of laborers employed 
during the summer months, this loss of time makes quite an item 
of expense. I find by inquiry that in most cities where tl e 
laborers are paid by the city treasurer, they receive their wages 
on the work. 

[n concluding, 1 wish to thank the various city officials for 
their kind assistance in all matters in which we were mutually 
concerned, and express to the members of the City Council my 
appreciation of their honest consideration of highway affairs. I 
am especially indebted to the City Solicitor and the committees 
on roads and bridges and streets and sidewalks for their many 
favors. 

I have endeavored to conduct the affairs of this department for 
the best interest of the city, and I hope that my efforts may not 
have been wholly unsuccessful. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Alfred Clark, 

( 'om. of Highways. 



The following amounts have been collected from abuttors for 

their proportion of concrete sidewalks, ami paid into the city 
treasury : 

William W. Hill . . . ' . . $ 3.68 

Mason & White . . ' . . . 10.91 

N. P. Stevens . . . . . 23.63 

W. E. Darrah ..... 17.69 

Joseph Stickney ..... 50.31 

Ella A. Wadleigh . . . . . 6.23 

Mrs. John Odlin ..... 6.63 

Edson Eastman ..... 9.36 



HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 



215 



I). E. Sullivan 

F. H. Hill 

Charles I. Johnson 

Mrs. Jane Clark 

Daniel II. Williams 

George W. Crockett, Est. 

( Heorge P. Clark 

Robert Hall 

Mrs. Mary F. Til ton . 

Mrs. Mary Riley 

I). 1). Taylor . 

N. A. Dunklee 

Mrs. John Bolger 

Daniel Parker 

31 is. Josiah Batchelder 

Mrs. G. W. P>rown 

H. E. Conant 

J. S. Moses 

C. T. Was on . 

E. B. Hutchinson 
George L. Danforlh 
George L. Theobald 
Christian Science Hall 
Charles J. Pelissier 
Mrs. Lewis Brown 

F. E. Coates 



15. 


73 


1. 


."»2 


9. 


77 


17. 


21 


10.60 


11. 


!S 


19. 


31 


20. 


19 


10. 


55 


10. 


77 


31. 


73 


17. 


17 


20.07 


22 


95 


7 


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7 


5 .") 


77. 


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9.6 


7 


28 


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2 


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27 


60 


17 


71 


20 


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1 


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Collected for crushed stone, labor, etc. 

N. H. State Prison, crushed stone 

Darius Philbrick 

E. S. Barrett . 

J. H. Rowell & Co. 

N. H. Asylum for Insane 

J. H. Lamprey 



1.60 

1.00 

1.00 

12.50 

22.50 

1.25 



216 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



A. S. Roundy 

Henry II. Chase 

St. Paul's School, bridge 

Byron Clough, use pump . 

Beaver Meadow Golf Club, use roller 

Benjamin Bilsborough 



.50 


1.25 


1:33.23 


1.00 


25. 00 


2.75 



$503.58 



The following concrete bills l 
A. O. Mansur . 
T. Murphy 
Howard Trevette 
Mrs. C. <;. Blanchard estate 
John Ilealy 
F. E. Coates 
Jackman & Hall 
James Coleman 
George W. Brown estate 
Dr. A. W. Hill 
I. J. Hutchinson 



emain unpaid 



8 10.39 

18.22 

21.11 

149.72 

7.60 

2.33 

47.96 

16-96 

10.00 

10.24 

8.38 



$320.05 



SEWERS AND DRAINS. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE OX SEWERS AND DRAINS. 



to the city council : The committee on sewers ami drams held 
four meetings during the season, and careful consideration was 
given all petitions. 

During the year 95 permits for sewer connections were issued by 
the clerk of the committee. 

There has been deposited with the city treasurer, for which the 
clerk holds his vouchers, the sum of S1G.00 for rent of pumps and 
the sum of $12.48 for materials sold. These amounts are to the 
credit of the city precinct. 

No new work was done in the East Concord precinct the past 
su ^on but the turn of §12.00 was paid for work done during the 
season of 1897. 

The West Concord Precinct expended the sum of 8912.38 for 
theEngel street outlet and the ordinary repairs and flushing. 

The Penacook sewer precinct expended the sum of 8739.33 for 
the Merrimack street extension, — the relaying of about two hun- 
dred feet of sewer on East Canal street and by streets , — the or- 
dinary repairs and flushing. 

(signed) Albert B Woodworth, 

James H. Rowell. 
Frank E. Dimond, 
Charles H. Sanders, 
George A Hoit. 

PETITIONS RECEIVED AND ACTION TAKEN. 

David D. Taylor, for sewer in Pillsbury street : granted and built. 

George W. Sanborn and others, for sewer iu Turnpike street ; 
the petitioners were given leave to withdraw, but the committee 
recommended that the sewer be constructed in Turnpike street and 
connected with Pillsbury street; recommendations adopted and 
sewer built. 



^l' s CITY OF CONCORD. 

James Adams and others, for sewer in Cliuton and Harvard 
streets ; granted and sewer built in Clinton street to Harvard street, 
and in Harvard street to the premises of James Liberty. 

Fiesco P. Engel and others, for sewer in Fmgel street ; granted 
and built. 

D. F. Hurley, for sewer in Merrimack street, Peuacook ; granted 
and built. 

Levi W. Everett and others, for sewer in Winter street, Peua- 
cook ; petitioners given leave to withdraw. 

Augusta S. Chase and others, for sewer in Main and Plea-ant 
treets ; petitioners given leave to withdraw. 

Seth R. Dole and others, for sewer iu Warren street; granted 
and built. 

John W. Edgerly and others, for sewer m Jackson West Court 
(now Gordon street) ; granted and built. 

R. B. Frost and others, for sewer in Pleasant street ; West of 
Minot street ; granted and built. 

Walter McMahon, for sewer iu Water street : referred to the 
next city government. 

William A. Sleeper and others, for sewer in White street; pe- 
titioners given leave to withdraw. 

Frank Lynch, for sewer in West Washington street ; referred to 
the next city government. 

J. E. Cage, for sewer in Clinton street; referred to the next 
city government. 

Alvertus Evans and others, for sewer in Warren street and 
Bowery Avenue ; petitioners given leave to withdraw, as the Bow- 
ery Avenue sewer has been repaired. 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES. 



To the, City Council: — 

I herewith submit the report of collection of taxes to the close 
of business December 31, 1898, 

1896 Report. 

Total lists, including interests as per reports Jan. 1, 

L898 ...... S264.31o.23 

Tax added since last reporl . . . 2.40 

Interest collected since last report . . . 22.48 



$264,340.11 
(.'ash paid treasurer as per report 

.Tan. 1, 1898 . . . $253,562.79 

Cash paid treasurer since last report 1(15. 00 

Discounts 

Abatements as per report Jan. 1, L898 
Abatements since last report . 
Cash in office 
Accounts adjusted 
Uncollected* 

*This amount is secured by real estate. 



3,61 1.31 








6,781.38 








48.80 








.85 








25.18 








144.80 










$264, 


340. 


,11 



181)7 Report. 

Resident list as corrected to date Dec. 31, 1898 $233,955.92 

Non-resident list ..... t>.">7.41 

Interest collected as per report Dec. 31, 1897 24.99 

Interest collected since report . . . 793.74 



$235,732.09 
Cash paid treasurer as per report 

Dec. 31, 1897 . . . $193,125.00 



222 CITY OF CONCOKD. 

Cash paid treasurer since report 

Dec. 81, 1897 . . . 32,445.00 

Discounts . . . 8,404.02 

Abatements as per report Dec. 31, l' s '.'7 3,151.07 

Abatements since report Dec. 31, 1897 1,711.97 

Cash in office Dec. 31, 1898 . .69 

Uncollected*. . . . 1,894.34 



$235, 7:52.09 



1898 Report. 

Resident lists as committed . . . 8219,925.85 

Errors and omissions (resident list) . . 1,253.15 

Resident lists as corrected to date . . 221.179.00 

Non-residents as committed . . . 1.1")4.36 

Interest collected to date .... 23.34 



8222,356.70 



Cash paid treasurer to date . . 8181,825.00 

Discounts . . . 2,879.84 

Abatements .... 3,247.62 

Cash in office at closing, Dec. 31, 1898 320.97 

Uncollected _ . . . 34,083.27 

8222,850.70 

I have examined the foregoing accounts of the Tax Collector 
for the years J MM'.. I.s ( .i7 and 1898, and find them to be correct. 

JOHN B. ABBOTT, 

City Auditor. 
*Of this amount $] ,612.17 is secured by real estate. 



REPORT OF CITY ENGINEER. 



To the City Council: 

The report herewith submitted, shows the work doue by the en- 
gineering and sewer departments for the year ending Dec. 31, 1898. 

The expense attending the constiuction of sewers built during 
the year will be found upon the following pages. 

There are some districts in the city, that have been somewhat 
inconvenienced by the lack of sufficient capacity in the mains in 
those districts, and some attention should be "given them as their 
troubles increase from year to year as the districts are enlarged. 

The contract for the sewer in Warren and Pleasant streets was 
completed early in the season, and the balance due the contractors 
paid over to them. This was the only piece of contract work done 
by the sewer department this year 

No serious breaks have occurred in the sewer system during the 
season of 1898 (as in 1897) and only ordinary repairs have been 
made, together with the regular spring and fall flushing of the en- 
tire systt m. 

The general survey of the city was extended so far as we were 
able to devote time to it. and generally on the westerly side of the 
city proper. 

The contract for the removal of the ".Main Street" bridge, a,* 
Penacook, changing its length and width and re-erecting it on the 
site of the *'Twiu" bridge, together with the erection of a new 
bridge on the Main street site, was let to the Wrought Iron Bridge 
Co., of Canton. Ohio, for the sum of 8s. 1 (JO. 00. Only one other 
bridge company submitting proposals for the work, viz : the 1] >>- 
ton Bridge Works, for the sum of 89,400.00.. The Main street 
bridge was practically completed on Nov. 22 but no money has 
been paid the bridge company, as their contract calls for payment, 
only, upon the completion of the entire contract. 
The amount spent from the appropriation for this work will appear 
iu the report of the commissioner of highways. 

The "Twin" bridge is not yet completed but probably will be in 
the mouth of January 1899. The inspection of the held work on 



222 CITY OF CONCORD. 

these bridges has been done by this department, thus saving the 
additional expense for an inspector. The completion of these 
structures will leave the city without a wooden bridge upon the 
Contoocook river, so far as highway bridges are concerned. 

The usual measurements of concrete sidewalks laid, setting grade 
stakes and similar work for the highway department, together with 
the demands of other departments, have been attended to as 
promptly as possible. 

The employes of this department for the past season have been: 
Frank W. Brown, Russel Burroughs, principal assistants ; Fred W. 
Lang, transitman ; Harry C. Hill, Charles H. Chandler, William 
A. Ellis, rodmen, who have all attended cheerfully to the duties 
assigned them 

Whatever success may have attended the efforts of this depart- 
ment were largely due to the support of the mayor and cit} T council, 
and I wish to express to you my appreciation of it. 
The expenses of the department for the year 1898 are as follows- 
Paid for salaries 82,51 1 .82 

it " supplies 88,64 

k - repairs 4.19 

-• - rent 204.00 

'• incidentals 



Appropriation 
Expended 



Unexpended 1 »alance 





177, 


,86 








-82 


,986.51 


$3 


,000. 


00 




2 


,986. 


,51 


$13.4'.) 



STREETS LAID OUT 1898. 

Warren street, from Pine street to Fruit street. 
Pleasant street, from Fruit street to the Glenuon property. 
Turnpike street, from Pillsbury street to Bow line. 
Donovan street. 
Holly street. 

East Canal street. (Penacook) 

Washington street, South line, opposite White Park. 
Road near Saint Pauls School, from the iron bridge to a point 
near the rectory. 



HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 223 

East sidewalk, Broadway from Allison street north 533 feet. 
East sidewalk, "West State street, from Concord and Claremont. 

Railroad to Bound No. 18. 

East sidewalk, Dakin street. 

North sidewalk, Perley street, from a point 91 feet west of the 
west line of Pierce street to South street. 

South sidewalk, West street, from Morton street to South State 
street. 

East sidewalk, Badger street, from West street to Harrison street. 

Kimball street. 

East sidewalk, Kimball street. 

West sidewalk, Kimball street. 

Concord street railway extension, iu Broadway. 

Concord street railway extension, in Turnpike street. 

East sidewalk, Broadway, from Allison street to the Cogswell 
school. 

North sidewalk, "Warren street, from Holt street west 69 feet. 

West sidewalk, South street, south from F. Sargent's south line 
91.5 feet. 

North sidewalk, Pillsbury street, from J. B. Week- west line, 
west 550 feet. 

South sidewalk, Centre street, from east line of State Libraiy to 
to Main street. 

Donovan street 

East and west sidewalks, Donovan street. 

Holly street. 

North and south sidewalks, Holly street. 

East sidewalk, Broadway, from Downing street to West street. 

South sidewalk, East Canal street.. (Penacook ) 

South sidewalk, Clinton street, from Harvard street west 943.5. 
feet. 

North sidewalk, Blake street, from State street west 1.S2.5 feet. 

West sidewalk, South street, from Noyes street south 867 feet. 

East sidewalk, South street, from Allison street to Bow street. 

East sidewalk, Eastman street. 

East sidewalk, No. State street, from the Concord & Claremont 
railroad south, 483 feet. 



226 CITY OF CONCORP. 

COST OF SEWERS LAID, 1 S9S. 
BROADWAY, NORTH FROM PILLSBURY STREET. 

270 feet of 8-inch pipe. 

Paid for labor ..... $70.10 

" pipe .... 40.58 

k ' castings . . . . .41 

• k trucking .... 5.50 



8122.50 
Average cost per foot, $0,454 
Material excavated sand. 

WARREN STREET, EAST FROM SOUTH END SEWER. 

643 feet of 8-inch pipe. 

Paid for labor .... 8433.70 

" " pipe ..... 93.57 

'• " brick ..... 20.25 

" cement ..... ^.05 

•• " castings ..... 10.70 

" " wrought iron . . . . .78 

" " trucking ..... 22.00 

" •• sand ..... 1.10 

" black-smith:n_; .... 9.59 

" " freight ..... 5.42 

" l - cil . . . . - 1.00 

" " plumbing .... 3.72 



8615.88 



Average cost per foot, $0,957 
Materials excavated, mail and gravel.' 

JACKSON STREET. (Extension.) 

20 feet 6-inch pipe 

Paid for labor ..... $2.37 



pipe 



2.24 
$4.61 



CITY ENGINEER'S REPORT, L'^.'i 

Average cost per loot, $0,23 
Material excavated, sand 

PILLSBURY STREET, EAST FROM 38 INCH OUTLET. 

845 feet 10-iuch pipe. 
Paid for labor 
•• " pipe 

'• il brick .... 

•■ cement .... 

•• castings .... 

•• wrought iron .... 
'• •' trucking 

"' blacksmithing .... 
• k hardware .... 
"oil 



§5498.42 


185.84 


23.02 


11.50 


22.80 


1.25 


L3.50 


.75 

2.25 


1.00 



1.93 



Average cost per foot, $0.90. 
Materials excavated, clay and sand. 



NORTH MAIN STREET, CONNECTION WITH PENA- 
COOK STREET. 

185 feet 12- inch pipe. 
Paid for labor . . . . 63.92 

•• pipe ...... 

•• '• trucking . . . . . 1.00 



$104.45 



Average cost per foot, $0,564. 
[Materials excavated, gravel and sand. 

CLINTON STREET, WEST FROM SOUTH END SEWER. 

220 feet of 18- inch pipe. 

Paid for labor . . . . . '§350.87 

'■ ■» pipe . .... 89.12 

" " brick ..... 13,50 

• k •• ceuient ..... G.90 

" '' castings . . . . . 17.93 

15 



226 CITY OF COXCORD. 

Paid for wrought iron . . • • • -75 

" " trucking ..... 34.50 

" tk lumber ..... 33.25 

" " oil , . . . . . .50 

" •• pump fittings ..... 4.00 



8551.32 



Average cost per foot, $2,506. 

Mateiial excavated, wet sand. 
The price per foot for this work was very materially increased 
by the crossing under Bow brook ; at this point cast-iron pipe was 
used and ihe culvert was taken down and rebuilt. 

NORTH SPRING STREET. EXTENSION NORTH OF 
CENTRE STREET. 

140 feet 8-inch pipe. 

Paid for labor . . . . . $57.90 

" '-pipe ...... 21.66 

" " cement . . . . • 1.15 

w> castings . . . . . .41 

" •• trucking ..... 1.00 

" '• oil . . . • .20 



882.32 



Average cost per foot. $0.i 

Materials excavated, marl and gravel. 

PLEASANT STREET. WEST OF MINOT STREET. 

178 feet 12 iuch pipe. 
Paid for labor .... 

" '■ pipe . ... 

k " kt cement .... 

" l - castings .... 



Average cost per foot, $0,793. 
Material excavated, gravel. 



$85 


.72 


. 53 


.97 


1, 


,15 




,41 


$141, 


,25 



CITY ENGINEER'S REPORT. 227 

RIDGE ROAD. 
340 feet of 8- inch pipe .... 

Paid for labor .... 

'• '• pipe ..... 

'• " brick .... 

" •• cement .... 

'■ "• castings .... 

'• "■ trucking .... 

'■ sand .... 

" kt blacksmithing 

'• " hardware. .... 

lt k - oil ..... 

$242.48 

Average cost per foot, 80.713 
Materials excavated, hard-pan 

HARVARD STREET. 

360 feet 10-inch pipe. 

Paid for labor ..... 8292.78 

'• " pipe . . . . . • 48.75 

'• •• brick ..... 6.75 

'• k - cement ..... 6.90 

" " oil ..... 1.00 



8154.93 


44.58 


6.75 


4.60 


7.74 


8.50 


1.10 


12.47 


1.31 


.50 



8356.18 



Average cost per foot, 80.989. 
Material excavated, sand. 

JACKSON WEST COURT. 

80 feet of 8-inch pipe. 

Paid for labor . . . . $ 22.88 

" "pipe . . . ... 13.37 

" " brick ..... 6.75 

" " cement . . . . . 1.15 

" V' castings ..... 8.43 



Average cost per foot, 80.657. 
Material excavated, sand 



852.58 



228 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



TURNPIKE STREET. 

26 1 feet 1 0-inch pipe. 
Paid for labor 

•' •' pipe .... 

•' " brick 
•' cement 
•• castings 
" •• trucking 
" " oil 



Average cost per foot, SO. 549, 
Material excavated, sand. 



REPAIRS. 



Bowery avenue 
Beacon street 
South street 
Bradley street. 
West street 
Rumford street 
Albin street 
North State street 
Concord street 
Tremont street 
Ferry street 
Pine street 
Abbott court 
Downing street 
Pillsbury street 
North Main'street 
Thorndike street 
Pleasant street 
Granite avenue 
Flushing 
Tool account 
Lamp pole castings 

Total repairs 



$64.08 

51 30 

10.12 

3.45 

8.00 
.50 



$145.10 



$94.53 


5.25 


43 94 


16.90 


97.10 


.50 


13. GO 


2.00 


1.76 


21,37 


18.90 


.50 


6.62 


8.25 


193.00 


8.50 


14.74 


10.05 


1.40 


220.86 


61.67 


12.32 



$853.70 



CITY ENGINEER S REPORT. 



229 



NEW WORK 



Broadway 
Warren street 
Jackson street 
Pillsbury street 
North Main street 
Clinton street 
North Spring street 
Pleasant street 
Ridge road 
Harvard street 
Jackson west court 
Turnpike street 



Paid Ella Upton 
Repairs 



Total expenditure 

Appropriation . 

Transferred from South end appropriation 

Total appropriation 
Amount expended 



$122.59 
615.88 
4.61 
760.93 
104.45 
551.32 

*2.:)2 
141.25 
212. 4s 
356.18 

52.58 
145.10 



i, 179. 69 

25.00 

853.76 



$4,058.45 

$4,000.00 

100.00 

$4,100.00 
4,058.45 



Unexpended balance, Dec. 31, 1898 . . . $41.55 

SOUTH END SEWER APPROPRIATION. 

Amount taken for sewers . . . $4,100.00 

Paid L. R. Fellows & Son under contract of 1897 . 919.25 

Trucking . . . . . . 1.00 

Total expenditure 1898 . . . $5,020.25 

Unexpended balance January 1, 1898 . . 6,361.46 

Total expenditure 1898 .... 5,020.25 



Balance December 31, 1898 



$1,341.21 



1,723 


feet. 


2,154 


u 


1,855 


.1 


220 


(t 



230 CUT OF CONCORD. 

SEWERS BUILT 1898. 

8-inch pipe .... 

10 '• '• 
12 " •« . 
18 •• 

Total ...... 5,952 feet. 

SEWERS BUILT IN CITY PRECINCT TO DECEMBER 

31. 1898. 
8-inch pipe . . . . 21,235 feet. 

10 " •« . . . . . 44.314 •' 

12 •• •' . . . . . 37,879 - k 
15 •• . . . . . 10,627 " 

18 " •' . . . . . 5,734 " 
20 .-.. . . . . . 3,434 .t 

24 •• " . . . . . 1.749 ■' 

30 inch pipe ..... 969 " 

Brick, 12-inch x 14-inch . . . 2,758 >; 

16-inch x 24-inch .... 1,848 " 

•• 14-inch x 22-inch . . . . 350 " 

*' 20-inch x 32-inch .... 2,527 •' 

" 24-inch x 36-inch . . . 17,937 - l 

•' 28-inch x 48-inch . . . 883 " 

vi 24-inch circular . . . 1.515.5 " 

" 30-inch " . . . . 402 " 

" 38-inch " . . . 4,080 " 

24-inch cast-iron pipe .... 1,576 " 

30-inch cast-iron pipe . . . 1.054.5 '■ 



Total, 160,872 feet. 

Total miles in City precinct, to date, 30.468. 

WEST CONCORD SEWER PRECINCT. 

This was the only new work in the precinct during the season 
and with the exception of the ordinary flushing and minor repairs 
is the total amount expended in the precinct. 



CITY ENGINEER'S REPORT. 231 

ENGEL STREET OUTLET, AND KIT FACTORY ROAD. 

Paid for labor . . $393.39 

" " pipe ...... 349.07 

•• " brick ..... 58.00 

'• cement ..... 19.55 

'• " castings . . . . . 54.81 

•• ■• trucking ..... 12.40 

■ w blacksmithing .... .20 

" hardware . . . . 12.95 

•• •' oil .... . .GO 

'• •' wrought iron .'.... 1.07 



$902.04 



Average cost per foot, $0.4.S7. 
Material excavated, sand. 

Paid for Hushing and cleaning outlets . . $10.34 

" " new work ..... 902.04 



Total expenditure, . $912.38 

Unexpended balance January 1, 1898 . $1,189.68 

Expended 1898 ..... 912.38 



Unexpended balance Dec. 31, 1898 . . $277.30 

EAST CONCORD PRECINCT. 

Unexpended balance January 1, 1898 . . $158.90 

Paid for repairs ..... 12.00 



Balance December 31, 1898 8146.90 

At present we have not in our possession the grades of all old 
sewers and at times we are confronted with questions of grades 
and elevations that are not easily answered. 

There should be, in the near future, sufficient data secured to 
plot profiles of the entire sewer system, thus removing some of 
the doubtful elements now met with. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. B. HOWE, City Engineer. 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



REPORT OK THE TRUSTEES. 



To the City Council: 

The Trustees of the Public Library present herewith the report 
of the Librarian for the year L89-S. 

This institution, while politically and industrially of less impor- 
tance than many of the departments of the city government, comes 
very close to the daily lives of most of our people, and for this 
reason it is interesting to observe how its privileges are used and 
extended. 

The large number of books of fiction taken from libraries, as 
compared with those of serious character, is a subject of frequent 
comment, ami is regretted by many who believe that novel reading 
is a waste of time, and that it tends to weaken character and create 
false ideas in life. But if it were possible, as it is not, to prohibit 
or nearly suppress the reading of fiction, the loss in pleasure would 
far exceed the gain in profit. As .Judge Poster wrote in the report 
of 1892, • -imagination has not perished from the earth, and dull 
and heavy would society become if it ever should or could." 

Nevertheless, while we believe that the reading of good fiction 
in moderation is healthful, it is the policy of the library manage- 
ment to give special encouragemeut to the reading of other liter- 
ature. l>y far the larger portion of the book money is spent upon 
works of more weighty character; 'people are allowed to take from 
the library several non-fiction volumes at one time ; the young are 
encouraged to read books of travel, biography, history ami science: 
the fieshest and most attractive volumes of this character are placed 
upon the delivery desk where they solicit attention ; patrons are 
welcome to the reference room ; adults are permitted to take books 
from the shelves and read them in the alcoves; aud the best peri- 
odicals are placed upon the tables of the reading room. 

The results of this liberal policy are marked. The reference room 
is well patronized : an increasing number of people are pursuing 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 233 

courses of serious study either privately or iu clubs and classes ; 
and the number of visitoi'S in the reading room for purposes other 
than merely the reading of stories is large and constant. 

The Trustees, actuated solely by a due regard for the public 
good, urge that city council make ample appropriation for the sup- 
port of the library. Last year, by reason of necessary repairs, the 
expense of publishing a much needed non-fiction catalogue, and 
the reduced amount of the appropriation, but few new books were 
purchased. Every book published during (he year, of general in- 
terest and permanent value, as well as the books of the day most 
talked about, we should like to place upon the shelves ; but we 
have come, and necessarily will come, far short of this ideal limit. 
Respectfully submitted. 

CHARLES H. SANDERS. 
AMOS J. SHURTLEFF, 
JOHN E. FRYE. 
PAUL R. HOLDEN. 
JOHN M. MITCHELL, 
JAMES S. NORRIS, 
WILLIAM W. FLINT. 
EDSON J. HILL, 
MOSES H. BRADLEY. 
Concord, February 9, 1899. 



Report of the City Librarian. 



To the Board of Trustees of the Concord Public Library: 
Gentlemen : — 

The report for 1898 can be given in a few gratifying statistics : — 
the circulation has increased 1000 orer last year, bringing it up to 
almost 89,000, out of wliieh only two books have been lost; 716 
new borrowers have been registered, over 100 more than in 1897; 
and the reading of tictiou has decreased 5 per cent. 

The gain in circulation is especially gratifying because many li- 
braries complain of a loss owing to the assiduous reading of news- 
papers during the war. 

The increased reading of the more solid works may be ascribed 
largely to four causes, 1st, the lists for collateral reading given 
teachers and pupils by our school superintendent; 2nd, the refer- 
ence work cloue by the yearly increasing scientific, literary or cur- 
rent events clubs ; 3rd, the interest aioused in travel and history by 
the Walker Lectures; 4th, the rapidly growing use of the no>n> 
fiction card. 

It is interesting to note that a new book set forth in the boy's 
corner is snapped up in five minutes, while a book in the girl's 
corner may remain unnoticed for days ; yet when they are grown 
up, the girls become better users of the Library than the boys and 
seem to believe it has books which can help them ; while it is to be 
wished that men realized we try to keep a supply of books useful 
iu their vocations, from those on municipal g'overment to those on 
sanitary plumbing or poultry-raising. Again I will say that we 
want recommendations from experts as to the best books in their 
specialties, particularlyiu science and the useful arts, in which de- 
pal tments books get so quickly superannuated. 

Resides the Library's prosperity along its regular lines, it has 
gained during 1898 in two unusual matters of great importance; 
it has a n.-w roof, and a new, complete, printed non-fiction cata- 
logue. Upon the latter the ''Library Journal," the national organ 
of the profession, has set the seal of its approval, and in conse- 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 235 

quence we are getting bequests from as remote states as New York, 
Illinois and Louisiana for samples of what the '•Journal" was 
pleased to call u a good working model for other libraries." 

The expense attendant upon the roof aud the catalogue has 
cramped our action in other respects, but this year the appropri- 
ation can be divided so as to allow the purchase of more books and 
the making of improvements in incidental ways. 

It has taken four years hard work to modernize the Library. It 
may be more puzzling to keep it from standing still. But there are 
always the library periodicals to ponder, library conventions to at- 
tend, the inspection of other libraries and best of all, the study of 
local needs, to give one fresh ideas as to policy and management. 
The writer has^made it a point to visit libraries in twenty-two dif- 
ferent towns and cities since she came into office. The recent an- 
nual meeting of the State Library Association held this year in 
Portsmouth, was most helpful and interesting. 

If, as George Elliot says, "the way to get much out of an indi- 
vidual is to expect much of him," may it not be so with institutions ? 

Let the public try [it on the Library, 
Respectfully submitted, 

GRACE BLANCHARD, Librarian. 



SANITARY DEPARTMENT. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH. 



To His 1 1 on ok The Mayor and the City Council : 

Gentlemen : — In submitting our annua] report we desire to con- 
gratulate our fellow citizens upon the excellent sanitary condi- 
tion of Concord during the year, and to express our appreciation 
of the hearty co-operation which we have received in our efforts 
to secure a thorough and impartial enforcement of the regulations 
under which the business of this department is conducted. Our 
sanitary officer, Mr. Charles K. Palmer, has fully maintained his 
reputation as a model official, and his report to this hoard which 
is herewith submitted gives ample proof of his zeal and industry. 
We think the city is exceedingly fortunate in possessing an official 
who tills a position of so great importance to the welfare of the 
community in a manner which, meets with the unqualified ap- 
proval of all with whom his duties bring him in contact. His 
report indicates that the work of the year has been carried on 
along the same general lines as formerly, and if a greater amount 
has been accomplished it has been because the co-operation of 
your honorable body, the medical profession, and the community 
generally has made the prescribed tasks easier of accomplish- 
ment. 



Our Schools. 

.VII must admit the great need of providing the best arrange- 
ments for lighting, heating, ventilating and plumbing in buildings 
occupied for so many hours every year by those of tender age, 
and must recognize the menace to health occasioned by serious 
defects in any of these essentials. Our school buildings may be 
in as o-ood sanitary condition as the average in the state, and yet 



SANITARY DEPARTMENT. 237 

be. far from the standard of today; many of them were con- 
structed years ago and have not been improved as the progress of 
the times demand. It' the conditon is such as to warrant changes 
in order that the best interests of the scholars and teachers may 
be subserved, then these changes should lie made without delay. 
In many cases the basements are poorly lighted, and particularly 
in those parts wherein are placed the water closets and urinals; 
the ail' here is had, unpleasant odors are prominent, and yet much 
of this finds its way to the floors above by the natural outlets, and 
even through the loosely jointed wooden boxes supplying what is 
supposed to be pure air to the furnaces, in some instances the 
main sewer pipe of the sewer is ventilated a few feel from the win- 
dow occupied by the cold air duct for the furnace. It is not difficult 
to believe that those rooms receive impurities in the air furnished 
them for heating. The drinking water is supplied in the basement, 
and, in some, from wooden pails, with tin dippers, not always bright 
and clean. There is a reasonable doubt about the ventilation of 
the latrine-' : the cover of the vault is open a good part of the time, 
and the seats of the closet are more often open than closed. 
Some of these, when examined, showed xwy Utile suction power 
to the ventilating pipe. It would seem wise to have this system 
replaced by the more modern sanitary arrangement in use in the 
schools recently built. Three of our schools in the compact part 
of the city still maintain outhouses not connected with the sewer: 
the Tahanto school has had new heating and ventilating intro- 
duced during the past year, and sanitary water closets: the Wesl 
End school will remove the objections to the Bow Brook school. 
leaving the Manual Training and Sewing schools to be provided 
for this season. Everything considered, the West Concord 
school is probably in the poorest condition of the schools in the 
city, and radical changes will lie necessary to put it in a sanitary 
state. 

To attain the best results, more thought and work must be de- 
voted to the physical side of school life ; a sound body is as necs- 
sary today as ever to maintain a sound mind, and all the environ- 
ments of school children must be jealously guarded to realize the 
full blessino-s of education. 



238 CITY OF CONCOKD. 

City Ambulance. 

Some years ago the city purchased an ambulance, but so far as 
we can learn from a careful perusal of the city records, did not 
place it under any specific regulations. It was put in charge of 
the police department without any definite instructions. In a 
matter of so much importance, there should be no doubt on any 
point — the police should he given such rules for their guidance 
that there could not he at any time any question as to their duty 
in the premises. There are cases such as small-pox, diphtheria, 
scarlet fever, and measles, which would properly be placed in our 
charge with full power. All others, as emergencies, accidents, 
and ordinary cases of illness not specified as being under our 
board, could with safety and propriety be delegated to the police 
department. 

We would respectfully recommend that you draft rules and 
regulations for its equipment and management that will remedy 
the existing condition. 



PLUMBING LAWS. 

We have at different times in our reports referred to the great 
necessity of having some wholesome supervision of plumbing in 
our city, and have been instrumental in giving opportunities to 
physician-, plumbers and others to consider the question. We 
have not found any opposition to such a measure; all are agreed 
that it is urgently needed and that its results from every stand- 
point will he beneficial. There is every reason of assurance that 
the present legislature will enact a law compelling cities to regu- 
late and supervise all plumbing done in its precincts. As it is to- 
day, every one having any alterations in his plumbing or any new 
work done is entirely dependent on his confidence in the ability 
and integrity of the man doing the work: there is no authority to 
say what shall he done. Hence so many unscientific specimens of 
so-called sanitary plumbing. A- much of the work is buried 
under ground or placed between floors, its worst features are often- 
times not recognized until some obscure illness developes and the 



SANITARY DEPARTMENT. 239 

attending physician calls in our Health Officer to examine the 
plumping. Then the cause of the trouble is found — a loose joint 
or broken pipe with sewer gas freely pouring out. The effects of 
this poison are so gradual, yet at the same time so ruinous, that it 
usually happens the system is severely damaged before the origin 
of the trouble is discovered. We have known in this city of many 
instances of flagrant violations of even ordinary workmanship 
where sickness was directly traceable to it : fixtures improperly 
trapped are not vented, joints not closely made, pipes imperfect. 
all turned over to the property-owner without any test having been 
made. This very serious menace to health 1ms been too long tol- 
erated in our community; our common interest demands its imme- 
diate remedy. If these conditions were not so. we would not hear 
so much talk of the greater safety in the old-fashioned earth-closet 
nor meet with the opposition, as at present, to make connections 
with the public sewer. Our hope is that every party advertising 
to do plumbing must satisfy competent examiners of his efficiency 
before he can engage in business, that all his work shall be done 
according to specifications furnished him by :i legally authorized 
commission, and finally have the results of his labor examined 
and approved by an inspector before it is accepted. 



Contagious Diseases. 

The hoard have been highly gratified at the uniform success at- 
tained in preventing the spread of such contagious diseases as have 
appeared in our community. 

While in placing credit tor this happy outcome, the medical fra- 
ternity should not be ignored, the afflicted families are also deser- 
ving of much praise for the faithful manner in which they have 
seconded our efforts ; they have seemingly appreciated that it is 
our wish and as we believe our duty to render every assistance in 
our power to the sick, as well as to protect the public health. It 
is certainly never our purposs to impose any unnecessary hard- 



240 CITY <n CONCORD. 

ship. A bill is likely to be presented to the Legislature this win- 
ter which if approved will materially aid boards of health in the 
eare of families placed in quarantine. 

E. A. CLARK, M. D., 
I). E. SULLIVAN, M. D., 
E. X. PEARSON. 

]',<><<■ rd of Health. 



REPORT OF SANITARY OFFICER. 



To the Board of Health : 

Gentlemen : I have the honor to present herewith the report of 
my labors as Sanitary Officer for the year ending December 31, 
1898, in which report will be found a brief account of the sani- 
tary conditions ol i y during this period, and the results 
which have been attained by the department in its various lines 
oJ sanitary work. 



GENERAL HEALTH OF THE CITY. 

As our reporl for the year 1897 stated, so we can say in our 
report for the past year, there has been no epidemic of a serious 
character. This is undoubtedly due in part to the existence and 
maintenance of proper sanitary conditions throughout the city. 
Urgenl efforts have been continually made to cause the abatement 
of any nuisance which has come to our knowledge, as speedily anil 
completely as possible, and as a result the c been kept al- 

most free during the past year. 

The number of deaths L*egi luring the year was 303, 46 

than the previous year. This includes all that died at the 

hospitals and other institutions, a large number of whom came 

here for treatment from other localities, and are eliminated from 

the death rate. 

16 



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CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. 

The following table shows the Dumber of contagious diseases 
reported during each month of the year and the deaths resulting 
therefrom ; 





DlPH- 
THERIA. 


Scarlet 
Fever. 


Typhoid 
Fever. 


Measles. 


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Number of cases of typhoid fever brought to hospital from 
Chickamauga and other places, 64 : deaths, 1. 



SANITARY DEPARTMENT. 243 

RECORD OF CONTAGIOUS DISEASES BY WARDS. 



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The following table contains the number of cases of contagions 
diseases and the deaths resulting therefrom, for the years since 
and including 1890 : 





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4 



DIPHTHERIA. 

While diphtheria has prevailed in many cities and towns around 
us to an a) arming extent, it is a pleasure to record the fact that 
we have had but very little trouble from this dreaded disease. 
There have been but four cases reported during the year. 

The culture method of assisting in making the diagnosis of cases 
of diphtheria is very generally employed by the physicians in the 
city. Tubes for the purpose are furnished by the health depart- 
ment,. and can always be procured at this office. 

SCARLET FEVER. 

There were but eight eases reported at this office during the 
.year. All proved to be very mild, and no deaths resulted from 



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CITY OF CONCORD. 



this cause. Quarantine regulations -were strictly, observed, there- 
by preventing its spread. 

TYPHOID FEVEE. 

This disease has declined in the past year, but eight cases being 
reported, with a fatality of three, not including those brought to 
the hospital for treatment from other places. While many physi- 
cians think this disease is not contagious, it is essential that it 
should be reported to this department, that the proper care and 
investigation of the cause of the disease may be attained. Proper 
measures relative to the disinfection of the discharges of such 
patients, and their disposal should be invariably and thoroughly 
carried out, and in no way can this be accomplished without the 
board having knowledge and authority in these cases. 

MEASLES. 

< )ur records show one hundred and twenty-six cases of measles 
reported with no deaths. Of this number of cases sixty-five de- 
veloped at St. Paul's school and nineteen cases were at the Or- 
phan's Home adjoining the school. 

NUISANCES, COMPLAINTS, INSPECTIONS. 

The number and nature of requests for investigation and com- 
plaint of existing nuisances, and thosejcmnd by house inspection, 
are fouud by the following table : 

Accumulation of decayed fruit, coal ashes . . . 19 

Bad sink drainage . . . . . . . . 21 

Broken sewer traps ........ 3 

Catch basins not trapped ...... 7 

Dead animals . . . . . . . . . 19 

Decayed meat and fish . . . . . . 3 

Defect in house sewer ....... 1 

Dumping rubbish . . . . . . . . 20 

Dropping manure in street ...... 3 

Defective plumbing . . . . . . . . 10 

Filthy stables 8 

Filthy cellars ...... 2 

Filthy swill barrels ..... 5 



SANITARY DEPARTMENT. 



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Filthy yards 

Filthy alleyways 

Foul and offensive cesspools 

Keeping hogs . 

Keeping hens . 

Offensive mauure heaps 

Offensive privy vaults 

Odors arising from water 

Offensive odor in house 

Offensive odors from stables 

Privy vaults full 

Private sewers obstructed 

Sinks found without traps 

Sewer gas in house . 

Stagnant water on vacant lots 

Street sewer obstructed 

Sewers not properly ventilated 

Slaughter houses 

Surface sink drains . 

Throwing swill in alleyways 

Throwing swill in ash barrels 

Throwing ashes in street . 

Throwing slops into street 

Water closets without water supply 

Water closets. foul and offensive 

Water closets not ventilated 

Water closets out of repair 

Water in cellars . . 

Sewerage backed into cellars 



Total 



3 

10 
3 

14 
5 

19 

58 
2 

13 
9 

45 
7 
6 
5 
2 
7 
7 
1 
4 
4 
3 
5 

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5 
8 

13 

8 
5 

403 



SAN ITAR Y INSPECTIONS 



The ordinance requiring house to house inspection has been com- 
plied with, as time would allow. And the results obtained by 
these inspections show the same interesting features of improve- 
ment that have been developed in the past. These inspections in- 
clude the business blocks, school houses, all the buildings located 



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on the shore of Penacook lake, where our water supply is obtained, 
factories, stores, markets, alleyways, tenement and private houses. 
In making this inspection I have tried to impress upon our citizens 
the necessity of good sanitation, and have endeavored to he con- 
siderate in my demands for cleanliness, exacting that which I 
thought best for the interest of the public health. 

PREMISES INSPECTED. 
Private dwellings ........ 107 

Tenement houses . . . . . . . .269 

Stores .......... 48 

Stables oti 

Markets 8 

Factories . . . . . . . . . . 11 

Hotels .......... 3 

School house:- . . . . . . . . . 28 

Alleyways ......... 41 

Inspections at Penacook lake ...... 24 

Inspections at reservoir ....... 18 

Business blocks ........ 34 



Total »i27 

SEWER INSPECTION. 

As in other years, I have endeavored to perform my duty in re- 
gard to the enforcement of the rules and regulations relative to 
sewers and drains. During the past year there have been one 
hundred and six (106) connections made with the public sewer, 
and a complete record made and kept on file in this office, and copies 
sent monthly to the city council. The following table shows the 
various sizes and kinds of pipe used : 

1.5*7 feet of 6 inch Akron pipe. ■ 



4,7<< 

2 .".7 


.i 
1 • 


198 


3 • 


44 


6 • 


10o ' 


5 


204 


4 • 



7,16< 



SANITARY DEl'AKTMEUT. 



247 



Making :i total of 7,167 feet, or an average of about 68 feet to 
each lateral sewer. 

This amount of drainage has been furnished to the following 
classes of buildings : 
Private dwellings . ...... 48 



Tenement houses 

Business blocks 

Factories 

Churches 

Public institutions 

Stables 



Water closets put in 
Privies abolished 
Cesspools abolished 

Surface drains abolished 



45 
6 
1 

1 
2 
3 



106 

213 

114 
63 
42 



1 N S PECT I ( ) X OF PLU M B ING . 

From personal observation 1 am, and long have been, thorough- 
ly convinced that one of the urgent and indispensable needs for a 
proper sanitary administration in Concord, is an inspector of 
plumbing. 

While defective plumbing is not universal in our city, I believe 
there is much bad workmanship in existence, in both old and new 
work. In many instances I have been requested to examine the 
source of bad odors in dwelling houses and business blocks, and 
almost invariably these complaints were in direct traceable connec- 
tion with faulty plumbing of water closets, bath tub, or wash basin. 
There is no ordinance on the subject of plumbing, and I earnestly 
renew at tins time my suggestion of other 3'ears, that an in- 
spector of plumbing be appointed, and the enactment of ordi- 
nances, similar to those in force in other cities. Honest, skillful 
plumbing alone can secure the inhabitants of dwellings having 
modern conveniences in them against the poisonous sewer gas. 
Careless and dishonest plumbing is always and under all circum- 
stances, full of danger to the inhabitants. There is but one way 
possible out of this difficulty, and that is to have a sanitary plumb- 






Cm OF CONCORD. 



ing inspector appointed, whose duty it shall be to test the plumb- 
ing of each building, as it is finished by the plumber, and certify 
to thv city whether or not the work has been carefully and honestly 
planned and executed : 

Houses placarded in cases of contagions diseases 
Placards removed ...... 

Visits made to contagions diseases 

Rooms fumigated ...... 

Pieces of bedding and clothes bui 

Pieces of clothing disinfected at pest house 

Library and school hooks fumigated 

Burial permits issued 

Burial permits issued to non-residents 

Transfer permits issued 

Peppermint tests of plumbing made . 

Water tests made .... 

Smoke tests witnessed 

Number of reports of c at State Board 

of Health 

Number of monthly mortuary reports sent in exchange to 

other cities ........ 

Number of certificates issued for children to return to 

school . - • - - • • • • 26 



140 

140 

L91 
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118 
84 
64 

303 

07 

75 

23 

2 

2 



1200 



EXPENSES OF THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

FOR THE YEAR 1898. 



Appropi Lai 



Salary, Sanitarv Officer 


i oo 


Salary, Board of Health 


75 °° 








IO 00 


Care of pest house 


5 


Assistant Sanitarv Otti.:er.. . . 


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150.00 




27 00 




150.00 



Expei 


Balance. 






2 40 
6.02 


s 3S 



6.41 

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$321 35 



A table appended exhibits the mortuary statistics for the year 



SANITARY DEPARTMENT. 24'.) 

Again I most respectfully return sincere thanks to His Honor, 
the Mayor, members of the City Council, and Board of Health, 
and other city officials for many courtesies shown me in dealing 
with matters relative to the Health Department. 
Respectfully submitted, 

CHARLES E. PALMER, 

San/tarv Officer. 



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SANITARY DEPARTMENT. 259 



Report of City Physician. 

To His Honor the Mayor and City Council: 

Gentlemen : I take pleasure in submitting, herewith, my report 
for the year ending Dec. 31, 1898. 

Number of visits . . . 36 

Vaccinations of schoolchildren . . 55 

Office consultations . . . 12 

There has occurred very little of interest or importance in my 
department during the past year. 

The prevailing status of good health throughout the city, espec- 
ially as to contagious diseases, lessened, materially, the demands 
made upon the city physician. 

To the credit of our efficient Board of Health, may it be said, 
that this condition of things is largely due to its watchfulness and 
painstaking interest, whereby unsanitary conditions have been 
removed and the spread of contagion limited. 

The custom of sanitary inspection, now in vogue, and the 
establishment of the office of inspector of plumbing, a movement 
toward which, is already oa foot, will add very much toward 
establishing a greater sense of security in our midst. The public 
mind is fasl becoming accustomed to hygienic improvements and 
less resentful toward the modern and scientitie methods of pre- 
venting and handling disease. 

Instead of the old feeling, born of ignorance, that their liber- 
ties are being curtailed and rights ignored, people are now looking 
to it themselves, that no unsanitary conditions be allowed to exist 
in their midst. 

The world-wide reputation of the successful employment of 
Anti-toxin in the treatment of Diphtheria, has lost nothing, what- 
ever, by its use in Concord, where many cases, treated promptly, 
are now living examples of its great efficienc}*. Liberal appro- 



260 CITY OF CONCORD. 

priations should be made, that the Board of Health and City Phy- 
sician may not be handicapped, but able to act promptly when 
this dreadful disease appears in our city. 

- In many cities, the City Physician occupies a position on the 
Board of Health, either cx-ojficio or by regular appointment. I 
think this custom a good one, inasmuch as it -would bring him into 
closer touch with the board and increase the etliciency of both 
departments. This would prove especially important during a 
prevailing epidemic when the two departments are necessarily 
brought more c^sely together. 

On July 17th I was called, by the City Marshal, to the morgue 
of Louis A. Lane, to view the remains of an unknown man, 
found floating in Soucook River. I found the body in an excel- 
lent state of preservation, but as no signs of violence could be 
discovered pointing to foul play, it was not deemed best by the 
coroner to act further in the matter. 

In my work at the Police Station, I have nothing but praise to 
offer for the courteous treatment shown me by the City Marshal 
and all of his officers, and am pleased to commend the prompt 
action on the part of the department in attending to the inmates, 
when medical or surgical aid was needed. 

That better service may be rendered to the sick and injured 
whose condition is not serious euough to require removal to the 
hospital or their homes, but whose temporary retention the law 
requires, I would suggest that the best adapted cell for the pur- 
pose be supplied with proper furnishings to make such persons 
comfortable. Also, that a stock of medical and surgical supplies 
necessary for emergency cases be constantly provided. Both of 
these suggestions can be carried out with but little expense and 
better service can thereby be rendered. 

The question of a contagious hospital, which was considered 
several years ago but dropped on account of serious objections 
made by property owners, is still just as important as at any 
other time. The main objection then raised by owners of adja- 
cent property that the presence of such a hospital would injure 
the value and rental of property on account of the supposed dan- 
ger of the diseases spreading to houses in the vicinity, are falla- 
cious ones in the light of modern knowledge, inasmuch as the his- 



POOR DEPARTMENT. 261 

tory of such diseases from year to year shows no such baneful 
results attending their treatment in private houses in all sections, 
high and low, of the city. How much less, then, would be the dan- 
ger from a hospital, set a little apart from private dwellings, well- 
appointed and scientifically managed. In much larger cities than 
Concord, where land is higher and buildings mere crowded, these 
valuable institutions are found located, either as distinct hospitals 
or pavilions connected with some general hospital. Such a build- 
ing, modern in all of its appointments, located in connection with 
the Margaret Pillsbury General Hospital, heated by the same sys- 
tem and conducted under the same management, could be most 
economically run and at all times prepared to receive patients. 

Such an institution would not be a menace to this section of the 
city, but would save the spreading of disease and the depopu- 
lation of whole families, should a severe epidemic occur in crowded 
tenements or blocks, or under other conditions unfavorable to its 
proper management and control. The conception of a contagious 
hospital should not embody the idea of a "pest house," as it 
would still be necessary to care for Small Pox in the building on 
the plains, but the more common diseases of Diphtheria, Scarlet 
Fever and Measles that at times appear in severe epidemic and 
malignant form. 

Experiences during the last war have illustrated well, both in 
successes and failures, the wisdom of the old adage, "in time of 
peace prepare for war." So may this city not be flattered by the 
peaceful serenity of good health that has prevailed for several 
years, but prepare in season for the successful handling of con- 
tagion whenever it may come. 

CHANCE Y ADAMS, 

City Physician. 



POOR DEPARTMENT. 



THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF OVERSEERS OF 
THE POOR FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1898. 



To thk City Council : 

Gentlemen, — The undersigned herewith submits the thirty-first 
annual report of expenditures for the poor, including Wards 1 
and 2, for the year ending December 31, 1898, as follows: 

Families and individuals having a settlement in the cit}? have 
been aided, in part or in full, during the time, to the amount set 



Mrs. Thomas H. Clark 


$256.42 


Ernest Beliveau 


42.43 


Hrs.G. S. Wilson 


15.00 


Albert Shaw 


15.00 


Patrick Hackett 


30.00 


COUNTY 


POOR. 


James H. T. Craigue 


. 8.00 


Mrs. 0. Philbrick 


32.49 


Mary Byrne 


84.00 


Bridget Collins 


71.08 


Mrs. J. Melanson 


132.99 


Coleman Bray 


152.74 


Maxim Melanson 


129.56 


Chester F. Laird 


119.62 


Mrs. C. E. Howe 


11.00 


John Storin 


110.00 


Annie Rushlow 


120.00 


Frederick Paradis 


184.20 


.Samuel Truett 


128.28 



$358,85 



SANITARY DEPARTMENT. 



263 



Charles L. Cook 
TV. G. Tandy 
Robbins T. Orr 
Kate Darnau 
F. W. Story 
Mrs. Charles Dennen 
Mrs. Wm. Huuneman 
Mrs. Polly Woodbury 
Jamas J. Veasey 
Mrs. Eugene I. Davis 
John F. O'Xeil 

Lydia S. Couch 
Joseph Benoit 

Levi Chenette 

Frank Bodeau 

Mary Durgin 

Charles Truchon . 

Fred W. Heath 

George E. Hannaford 

George N. Ash 

Joseph Minor 

Fred Palmer 

Helen Cotter 

A. Lapierre 

Mrs. John Kelley 

Edward Osier 

Mrs. Ella Friend . 

Isaac Leonard 

Frank Houstan 

Charles L. Quimby 

George Noble 

Wm. S. Page 

Mrs. Dennis Donovan 
William Silver 
James Clinton 
Mrs. Wm. Chenette 
Mrs. M. Howe 
Peter Keenan 



47.00 
8y.96 
183.88 
74.99 
114.48 
177.94 
181.71 
37.00 
138.99 
140,08 
33.75 
104.49 
26.00 
2.62 
21.98 
7 . 7 ."» 
109.50 
11.98 
9.74 
6.00 
55.00 
6.00 
81.51 
5.00 
3.50 
72.25 
126.18 
123.96 
2.44 
17.97 
2.49 
54 00 
61.00 
12.00 
1)7.75 
6.63 
98.02 
108.05 



264 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



Melinda Howard . 






2.56 


Anna Jones 






60.00 


E. A. Murray 






24.00 


John G. Pete won . 






3.00 


Wm. H. Ash 






17.77 


Joseph Lavoil 






36.92 


Celina Barabeau 






22.00 


Henry McCloud 






84.! >2 


Mrs. Levi Minor . 






9 7.71 


Mrs. Pat no 






3.10 


Charles Dennis 






16.81 


M.J. O'Connell 






.'is. 2! 


A. D. Harrimau 






5 .CI 


Mrs. Helen Hum 






135.99 


Elmer Welch 






92.31 


Mrs. John Dupery 






24.99 


W. G. Smith 






13.99 


Joseph Lavine 






1 L25 


William I):i\i- 






16.00 


Mrs. Ethel Perry . 






63.24 


John B. La may 






52.0H 


Timothy Gendron . 






28.00 


Joseph Goodreau . 






39.00 


Joseph Goodie 






30.00 


Fanny Groux 






56.17 


Mrs. Clara Wiggin 






56.20 


Joseph Previe 






56.02 


Mrs. James Jenness 






6.70 


Myron H. Sessions 






21.88 


Lewis 'Jarvis 






12.50 


Joseph H. Stoneham 






26.75 


Mrs. Eliza Cummings 






24.00 


George I. Estes 






16. On 


Mrs. Eugene O'Neil 






6.00 


Mrs. Emily W. Shaw 






18.90 


Nelson Harron 






6.50 


Fred W. Nudd 






13.61 


Frank H. Ash 






14.00 



POOP. DEPARTMENT. 



265 



H. L. Cross 


7.67 


John Welcome 


4.00 


Albert Mason 


18.99 


James Dugan 


17.85 


John Rodd 


6.50 


Sarah J. Hall 


6.00 


Lewis H. Carron . 


.">.;">(' 


James B. Fraser 


67.80 


Transient account 


319.99 




$5,398.45 



Amount paid for support of cit}' poor $358.85 
Amount paid by the city for ihe sup- 
port of county poor . . . 5,398.45 
Total amount paid on account of poor $5,757.30 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOSEPH A. COCHRAN, Overseer of the Poor. 

Aid to Dependent Soldiers and their families rendered during the 

year 1898. 
CHARGEABLE TO CITY. 



Mrs. Henry M. Sanborn 
Orrin Larkin 
Stephen Lamprey . 



$53.80 

109.35 
104.00 



CHARGEABLE TO COUNTY 



George W. Johnson 
W. H. Sargent 
E. N. Pinkham 
Horace Page 
Michael Storm 
Harriet Ash 
William Wallace 
Helen L. Griswolc 
Otis H. Reister 
Honora Sullivan 
Charles M. Davis 



$196.74 

218.50 
273.14 

28.00 
182.00 

46.45 
127.93 

40.23 

79.99 
129.25 

18.00 



$267.15 



266 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



Lucretia A. Dauforth 
Eli Sturgeon 
Mrs. John H. Heath 
Mary J. Oakley 
N. W. Davis 
Lester Fletcher 
W. C. Wilmot 
George Papino 
Charles H. Norton 
Mrs. Herbert Secord 
Emeline C. Drew . 
Arthur E. Lawrence 
John F. Guild 
Eliza B. Tandy 
William D. Locke . 



Total amount 



35.50 


40.44 


67.00 


107.86 


162.05 


72.00 


161.70 


12.67 


19.50 


20.00 


29.00 


6.00 


12.36 


17.24 


67.50 


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•>.£, W j .1)0 


S2.43S.20 






ASSESSORS' REPORT. 



To the Taxpayers of the City of Concord : The Board of 
Assessors respectfully submit for the benefit of the taxpayers of 
the city, such information as seems to them, would be interesting 
to all. In the first instance we give the total valuation of the city : 

Number of Polls assessed : 

in 1897 was ....... 4,812 

in 1 SOS was ....... 4,691 



Decrease, . . . . . . .122 

Improved and Unimproved Lauds and Buildings, 1897, . §9,278,174 
" - •• •• " 1898, • 9,425.735 

Increase, 8 147,561 

Horses : 

Number of horses, 1635, 1S97, .... ^4.000 

" " 1621, 1898, . ... 77,398 

Decrease, $6,602 

Oxen : 

Number of oxen, 52, 1897, $2,415 

" kt 44, 1898, 2,100 



Decrease, .< 255 

Cows : 

Number of Cows, 1,210, 1897, $19,092 

•• " 1,281), 1898. 20,827 



Increase, $6,335 

Neat Stock : 

Number of Neat Stock, 15, 1S97 $ 195 

'• 141,1898 1,120 



-Increase, $ 925 

Sheep : 

Number of Sheep, 208, 1S97 $542 

" '• " 255, 1898 500 

Decrease, . s :{0 



CITi* OF CONCORD. 



268 



nogs: 

Number of I!"--. 63, 1897, 
• 29, 189S, 



Decrease, 

Carriages : 

Number of Carriages, 398, 1897, 
213, 1S9S, 

I) icrease 

Stock in Public Funds. 1S97, 
" •■ •• •• 1S9S, . 

[ncrease 

Stock in Banks, 1S97, 
IS9S 

Decrease, .... 
Corporation- out of State, 1897, 

189S, . 

Decrease, .... 

Money o:i hand or on dep »sit, 1 N . 17, . 

189S 

Increase, .... 
Stocks in trade, 1897, 

" •• " 1898 



Decrease 
Mills and Machinery, 1897, 
' 1898, 



Decrease, 

1898 Valuation by wards: 

Ward 1, . s 787,551 

Ward 2, . 293,880 

Ward 3, . 398,430 

Ward 4, . 2,443,228 

Ward 5, . 3,081,417 

Ward 6, . 2,064.000 

Ward 7, . 912,033 

Ward 8, . 862.135 

Ward 9, . 305,385 



$460 

240 

$220 

$29,485 
21.075 

$7,510. 

$25,850 

26.400 

$ 550 

$300,609 

269,447 

$ 31.162 

-ill. 550 
9.960 

$30,590 

$202,668 

115,464 



$ 12,796 

$666,048 

553,037 

$113,011 

$(30,402 

46,790 

$22,612 

Assessors. 
Oliver J. Fifield. 
William A. Cowley. 
Joseph E. Shepard. 
Daniel C. Woodman. 
Geo. F. Underbill. 
Geo. S. Deuuett. 
Jona. B. Weeks. 
•John J. Lee. 
James Ahern. 



$11,14S,G59 
GEORGE F. UNDERHILL, (Ward Five), 
Chairman Board of Assessors. 



POOR DEPARTMENT, 



269 



APPROPRIATIONS, V 

5 PER CEN 



ALUATION OF CITY AND PRECINCTS- 
T. ADDED FOR ABATEMENTS. 



GENERAL TAX. 



! Appropriations |s p.c. added T g c ™^ ° n 



Valuation of city 
and precincts. 



State 

County 

General school 

City precinct 

City gas and sewer 

('it v sprinkler 

Union school 

Town school 

West ( oncord sewer 

East Concord sewer 

Water precinct 

Penacook lighting; precincl 

Penacook sewer 

Penacool chool dist., ^No. 20 
Total 



$29,5 jO CO 
42,201 .or. 
34,70;. 00 
46,000.00 
12,545.00 
3,500.00 

S00.00 
1, 1 So .00 

170x0 
6,000 00 
1,300.00 
1,760.01 
[,54 1.0 



; $7,621 .30 

J 

622.25 

175.00 

1,521.90 

40. CO 
59 .oc 

300.00 

SS.00 



$14-3° 



o-.y 
t.io 
4.40 



.60 
2.30 



$1 I,I4S,i 

o,2.>S,744.co 
8.3SS.79 , .°o 

9.77 •'^■' ' 
750,6. 

2$2,340.CC 

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Total tax assessed in 1898, as per Lis1 Book: Resident, 5 
81,154.36; t »tal, $221,080.21. 



Police Department. 



REPORT OF CITY MARSHAL. 



To the Board of Mayer and Aldermen: 

I herewith submit my annual report of the police department for 
the year 1898 : 

1892. 1893. L894. 18! 5. 1891 , 1897. 1898. 

Whole Dumber of arrests (including 
Peuacook) 690 <:!>: 720 649 876 876 958 

Whole uuinber of arrests at Peua- 
cook 72 50 4! <;.-) S3 73 98 

Brought before the court , . 4S7 560 628 617 720 698 752 

Discharged by the court ... 2 17 4 8 2 20 

Discharged without being brought 
before the court .... 140 110 93 S5 157 17s 186 

Total amount received for line.- aud 
LOSts: L891, §3,306.92; L892, §3, 
■ 27. 7-: 1893. §5,352.19; 1894, 84,- 
;,:i,;.,;u: 1895, $6,418.02; 1896, §5,- 
874.16; 1897, 87,078 72; IS9S, 87,- 
174.82. 

Wuole number of lodgers, including 

Peuacook 584 936 1166 9 S S5J 1099 1345 

Whole number of lodgers at Pena- 
cook . • • ■ • .94 170 251 201 15S 316 4(50 

X umber doors found open and se- 
cured (includiug Pmacook) . 103 US 184 290 252 233 200 

Number doors found (pen ami se- 
cured at Peuacook . : . 11 6 9 22 IS 26 26 

1. i-t children returued to their par- 
ents • IS 15 21 is 14 2! 15 

C lied to quell disturbances . . 44 61 80 72 Si 90 95 

Stray teams found .... 13 13 16 12 7 3 6 

Si ray horses found .... 33 3 

Number times city ambulance re- 
quired . . ' • • • . 29 38 2S 31 49 7:; 52 

Number of duty calls rung in on po- 
lice siernal from May 8 to Dee. 1 . I9,43S 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 



271 



Assault .... 
Aggravated assault . 
Attempt to commit abortion 

Breaking' aud entering 

Bastardy 

Bigamy . . . . 

Defaulter 

Disturbing religious meeting . 

Drunkenness (including Penacook) 

Drunkenness at Penacook 

Entering ('uutoocook River Pari 
without paying 

Evading railroad fare 

Escaped from House of Correction 

False statement in hiring a horse 

Firing crackers .... 

For out of town officers . 

Idle and disorderly persons 

Insane 

Keeping dogs without a license 

Keeping malt liquor for sale . 

Keeping malt for sale, second of 
fence ..... 

Keeping sp.rituous liquor for sale 

Keeping spirituous liquor,second of 
fence 

Larceny ..... 

Larceny from the person 

Neglecting to support family . 

Non-payment ol tine 

Obtaining money under false pre- 
tences 

Over-driving hm se . 

Peddling without lit e 

Rude and disorderly < onduct . 

Killing bjcycle on sidewalk 

Riding bicycle in White's park 

Safe keeping .... 

Stealing 

.Selling spirituous liquor . 

Selling malt liquor . 

belling cider .... 

Selling mortgaged property 

btreei. walkers .... 



1892. ISO:;, lsi'4. 1>95. 1806. 1897. 

31 IS 19 16 17 19 

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1892. 1893 

Si unborn children .... 7 

Throwing snowl alls 

Truants 

Numbei arrests? made by James E. Rand 

Daniel S. Flanders 
Fred M. Eaton 
Whitney D. Barrett 
James Kelley . 
John E. Gay . 
Charles VV. Hall 
( iharles 1!. Rowe 
John <;. Putman 
Sam'l L. Batchelder 

Assisting making arrest s James E. Rand 

Daniel S. Flanders 
John E. Gay 
Charles W. Hall 
Whitney D. Barrett 
James Kelley . 
< :harles II. Rowe 
John G. Putnam 
Sam'l L. Batchelder 

Arrests made by special officers 

Special officers assi-ted in making arrests 



. 1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


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3 


2 


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13 


. 88 


144 


135 


157 


155 


. 21 


34 


66 


70 


54 


69 


49 


48 


24 


1 


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39 


47 


43 


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25 


40 


30 


54 


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85 


78 


138 


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39 


63 


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62 

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115 
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69 


65 


33 


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53 


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TOLICE DEPARTMENT. 



273 



The organization of the police department at the present time is 
as follows : 

Police Commissioners. 
Charles C. Dauforth, Giles AVheeler, Josiah E. Dwight. 



( i . Scott Locke, city marshal 
James E. Eand, assistant marshal 
Daniel S. Flanders, captain night watch 



Fred M. Eaton. 
Whitney 1). Barrett, 

(Penacook) 
James Kelley, " 
John E. Gay, 
Charles W. Hall, 
Charles II. Howe, 
John G. Putnam, 
Samuel L. Batchelder. 



1 



regular police 
and night 
watchmen. 



Appointed June 30, 1888 

" April 16, 1861 

Jan'y 26, 1889 

Jan'y 27, 1891 

Jan'y 24, 189.? 
March 23, 1893 
August 6, 1894 
April 3, 1894 
Dec. 10. 1895 
May 11, 1897 
Dec. 21, 1897 



Special Reserve Officers. 

George II. Silsby, captain. 



.John T. Batchelder, 
O. H. Bean, 
Willie A. Little, 
W. A. Flanders, 
George W. Chesley, 
\V. Li. II. Patch. 
Hoyt Robinson, • 



Alvin II. Urann, 
Harvey H. Oakes, 
George X. Fellows. 
Abiel C. Abbott, 
Thomas P. Davis, 
Irving B. Robinson, 
< 'harles E. Kelley. 



Albert W. Braley, 



I will renew my recommendation for a stable suitable for a horse, 
wagon and ambulance. 

It can be built after the same architectural design as the police 
station for 61,000. 

A police telphone line from the South end to Penacook with 
twelve boxes at convenient points has been constructed by the N . 
E. Telephone Co. and has proved to be a very effecient aid to this 
Department. 

The number of duty calls that have been rung in by police offi- 
cers- from May 8 December 31 is 19,438 besides a large number of 
emergency calls the cost being only about S1G0.00 per year for use 
and repairs. 

The total cost of the police department for the year 1898 was 



274 CITY OF CONCORD. 

$11,203.26 the receipts from fines and costs Lave been $1,174.82. 

The total cost to tbe tax payers for the police department dur- 
ing the year Inks was $4,028.44. 

On account of the increased business at the South end there is a 
demand for an additional night officer, only one night officer being 
on duty south of Pleasant street at the present time. 

There is also a demand for an officer at the West End for night 
duty and I would most respectfully recommend that provision be 
made for the appointment of two additional officers. 

It is customary in man}' cities to have one police officer for every 
thousand inhabitants, so it can be readily seen that we have a very 
small force for a city of this size. 

In submitting my report I desire to express my gratitude to the 
board of police commissioners. His Honor Mayor A. B. Wood worth, 
and the city council for their considerate treatment of this depart- 
ment. Thanks are due to Harry G. Sargent, city solicitor, for val- 
uable assistance rendered. 

To all who have contributed to our success we extend our thanks. 

To the members of the force my grateful acknowledgement and 
thanks are tendered, for their efficiency and' promptness in the dis- 
charge of their duties. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

G. SCOTT LOCKE, 

City Marshal. 



Report of Clerk of Police Court. 



To the City Council. — 

The clerk of the police court submits the following report for 
the year ending December 31, 1898. 

Number of civil cases entered, b'S2. 
Received entry fees in civil cases .... $66.00 

Received trial fees 16.00 

R sc 3i veil c mtiuuances ...... 3.75 



$85.75 
Paid city treasurer $85.75 

Respectfully submitted, 

HARRY R. HOOD, 

Clerk of Police Court 



276 CITY OF CONCORD. 



Report of City Solicitor. 



To the City Councils: I respectfully submit my annual report 
as solicitor : 

The suit of Trueworthy L. Fowler against the city of Concoid, 
referred to in my last annual report, was terminated at the Oc- 
tober term, 1898, of the Supreme Court for Merrimack county by 
a verdict against the city for the amount of damages claimed 
which was less than fifty dollars. Up to the time of the trial, it 
appeared that the city had some defense to the action, but at that 
time the solicitor became satisfied from the statements of credita- 
ble witnesses who were present for the plaintiff, that the city ^as 
liable and a verdict was entered by agreement against the city fur 
the aforesaid damages. 

In 1897. Lyman Jackman instituted a proceeding to test the 
constitutionality of the city ordinance requiring abutting land 
owners to shovel the snow from the side-walks in front of their 
premises. This question was transferred to the law term and 
was twice argued orally by the solicitor and two briefs were also 
hied in behalf of the constitutionality of the ordinance. At the 
July law term, 1898, the court in an elaborate opinion, rendered 
by the chief justice, decided that the ordinance was unconstitu- 
tional. 

At the September term, 1898, of the Supreme court for Belknap 
county, an action was brought in that county against the city by 
Edward Rhobidas in which damages w r ere claimed against the city 
to the amount of ten thousand dollars. The plaintiff claimed 
that he had received injuries while employed m the water depart- 
ment of the city of Concord during the previous year for which 
the city was liable to the above amount. The suit was brought a 
very short time before the commencement of the September term 
and notice was served upon the city to be ready for trial at that 



REPORT OF CITY SOLICITOR. 277 

term. The city was greatly embarrassed by the fact that at the 
time of the alleged injury Rhobidas had made no claim against the 
ciry. Many of the workmen employed who knew about the cir- 
cumstances attending the injury had left the employment of the 
city, the whole matter had been forgotten, and if the city went to 
a trial at the September term, it was almost certain to be crippled 
and hampered in its defense by reason of its inability to make ad- 
equate preparation for the defense of so important litigation. It 
coming to the attention of the solicitor that the plaintiff was not 
an inhabitant of Laconia, as alleged in his writ, but on the con- 
trary was a resident of Canada, a plea to the jurisdiction was 
filed based upon the proposition that the plaintiff could not main- 
tain any action in Belknap county, he being a non-resident. 

The questions of fact and of law arising upon this plea were 
referred by the court to Judge W. B. Fellows of Tiltou, who after 
a lengthy hearing decided in favor of the city and dismissed the 
suit. 

Since the suit was dismissed the plaintiff, Rhobidas, has moved 
with his family to Laconia and has now brought another suit 
against the city claiming to recover damages to the amount of ten 
thousand dollars. The city has now been enabled to look up the 
facts in the case and are prepared to defend the case upon the 
merits should occasion arise. Since the last suit was brought the 
city solicitor has caused to be filed a special plea setting up the 
defense that, as the immediate management and control of the 
water department is vested in a board of water commissioners 
who have the entire charge of the management and details of oper- 
ating said department, the city is not liable for the negligence of 
any workmen employed by such board of water commissioners 
who are public officials and not servants and agents of the city. 

Another defense set up by said special plea is that the water 
precinct established by authority of the legislature does uot in- 
clude the whole city but only a portion thereof, and that it was 
provided in the act of the legislature authorizing the establish- 
ment of said precinct, that all taxes levied are to be levied and 
assessed upon the taxable inhabitants and property of the pro- 
duct and not upon any other part of the city, and the city as 
such has no beneficial ownership iu said precinct except in a gov- 



278 CITY OF CONCORD. 

ernmental and legislative capacity and the city is therefore not 
legally responsible for injuries occasioned by any alleged negli- 
gence to the employees of the water department. 

The questions of law arising i pou this plea filed by the city 
have been transferred to the law term and will probably be 
argued at the June law term, 1899. If the decision is in favor of 
the city upon these legal points, judgment will be rendered for 
the city without any further trial. If the decision is in favor of 
the plaintiff upon these legal points, then the case will have to be 
tried by the jury upon the merits. 

The suits against the city, referred to in my last annual report, 
in favor of Arthur Henry, Edmund M. Proctor, Laura P. Clough, 
Honor M. Clough and John Callahan for damages to the amount 
of two thousand dollars caused by surface water as alleged on 
account of the raising of Pine street have been referred to Hon. 
James W. Remiek for decision. A hearing in said suits was com- 
menced on the 27th day of December, 1898, and was adjourned 
from that time until the tenth day of January. 1899, at which 
time the testimony of the witnesses will probably be completed. 
It is necessary, however, in order to properly protect the interests 
of the city that a «view of the street in question be taken after the 
snow is goue and while the ground is bare. The case will prob- 
ably not be argued until some time in March or April after the 
view is taken. 

There are at present pending against the city claims for dam- 
ages in favor of Henry A. Clsveland, John G. Hook and Nellie 
Merrill, guardian of Joshua B. Merrill. The first two cases arise 
out of the change of the location of the track of the Concord 
street Railway at Penacook. N. H. The amount claimed by 
Cleveland is live hundred dollars and the amount claimed by Hook 
is four hundred fifty dollars. 

In the Merrill case, the city government awarded three hun- 
dred dollars in full payment of the damages but the amount 
claimed is one thousand dollars. 

There is also pending against the city at this time a suit 
brought by Bertha E. Braley through her attorneys Leach & 
Stevens to recover for alleged damages claimed to have been suf- 
fered in 1892, on account of the laying out of a highway known 



REPORT OF CITY SOLICITOR. 27 ( J 

as "Jackson Street Extension." This claim had been presented 
to the city government some years ago and was disallowed and it 
was supposed that the matter was ended before a new suit has 
now been brought as above stated. There is also pending against 
the city a suit in favor of Edward E. Hodgmau and a suit in favor 
of Mary J. Gay, William H. Gay, and Walter C. Gay to recover 
for damages claimed to have been suffered in changing the grade 
of a highway and laying out a highway. Ii is hoped that these 
cases may be disposed of by au amicable settlement. 

There is also pending against the city a suit in favor of Daniel 
Higgins. This action was entered at the October term, 1897, and 
should have been referred to in my last annual report. It was 
brought to recover for damages occasioned for the alleged negli- 
gent construction of a sewer at the north end. The suit was 
brought by the late Daniel I>. Donovan and since his decease no 
counsel have been employed to cany it on. As it is claimed that 
the trouble with the sewer resulted from the construction of the 
tracks of the Beston i!C Maine Railroad across the line of sewer, 
the city solicitor has caused the Boston & Maine Railroad to be 
vouched in a-, a defendant. If new counsel appear to represent 
the plaintiff, the action will probably be tried at the April term, 
1899 of the Supreme Court for Merrimack county. 

During the year advice and assistance have been furnished by 
me to the officers of the different departments of the city govern- 
ment as requested. 

HARRY G. SARGENT, City Solicitor. 
Concord, N. H., December 31, 1898. 



280 CITY OF CONCORD. 



REPORT OF CITY LIQUOR AGENT. 



To the City Council: — 

In compliance with Section 10, Chapter 112. of the Public 
Statutes of this State and the: resolution of the Board of Mayor 
and Aldermen of May 26, 1888, establishing this agency, I re- 
spectfully report the transactions of this office for the year 1898. 

ON HAND JANUARY 1 AND PURCHASED DURING 

THE YEAR 1898. 

Wines and liquors on hand January 1 per report 
was 172 1-8 gallons, 140 bottles liquors and malt 

liquors $1,200.30 

Purchased of commissioner, liquors 492 gallons, 

35 bottles liquors ...... 1,384.85 

Total, 664 1-8 gallons. 175 bottles liquors 
and malt liquors. 
Freight, cartage and express on goods purchased 9.92 

Empty bottles on hand January 1, 129 . . . 2.90 

Empty bottles purchased dnring the year, 144 . 3.00 

$2,600.97 

MATERIAL AND EXPENSE OTHER THAN STOCK. 

Salary of agent $600.00 

Rent of office 276.00 

U. S. internal revenue special tax . . 25. 00 

Fuel for the year ..... 18.72 

Gas 5.10 

Water 7.oo 

Postage stamps ..... 1. 00 



REPORT OF CITY LIQUOB AGENT. 



28] 





1 


85 




1 


50 




1 


25 
30 




1 


25 



4 gross corks 

Wrapping paper and stationery 

Window brush and curtain 

3 keys to faucets 

Lack i>i<>e for stove 



SOLD DURING THE YEAR 1808. 

Wines, liquors and malt liquors, number of sales, 

3,279, and 47:; 7-8 gallons, 46 bottles of liquors 

and malt liquors ....... 

Empty bottles sold during the year. 2.">2 
Empty casks sold during the year, 15 



OX HAND JANUARY 1, 1899. 



$938.97 



$3,539.94 



$1,874.85 
18.10 
15.50 

81,908. 1."' 



Wines and liquors, 154 2-8 gallons, 94 bottles 

liquors. 

Invoice cost ... . . . . . . $460.54 

Empty bottles on liand January 1, 50 . . . 1.44 



$461.98 



COST OF GOODS SOLD AND EXPENSES. 



Wines and liquors and malt liquors 
Empty bottles sold 
Other expenditures 

Cash on hand January 1, 1898 

Cash received for sales in 1898 

Cash deposited with city treasurer 
Cash on hand January 1, 1899 



9.70 
1,908.45 



$1,384.85 

4.46 

947.43 

$2,336.74 



1,918.15 



1,900.00 

18.15 $1,918.15 



MOSES LADD. Liquor Agent. 



PUBLIC PARKS. 



REPORT OF PARK COMMISSIONERS. 

The Park Commissioners submit herewith their annual report : 

The appropriation foi ystem of parks for the past year has 
been : 

White Park, .... $2,850. 

Rollins Park. . . . 650. 

Bradley Park. . . . 75. 

Penacook Pai k, . . . 75. 

WHITE PARK. 

The appropriation has been expended during the past year, and 
while it has been not much more than sufficient to keep the park in 
good order, some new work has been accomplished. 

The commissioners had hoped to construct a tool-house, also to 
complete the play-ground, but the funds did not admit of this. 
The force at work consisted of four men besides the superintendent, 
together with a horse an 1 cart. The work was necessarily slow as 
so much grade has had to be moved in order to fill up the low and 
wet parts of the play-ground. If this could be completed at an 
early date, various questions might be settled in regard to this feat- 
ure of the park, but with the scheme which is being developed in 
White Park, making it of use to all classes, it cannot be judged 
by its iucompleteness. but as a whole. 

"A park, being a living, growing thing, designed with au object 
in view that can only be realized in years, should be continuously 
under one management ; hence the positions of park commissioners, 
and especially the positions of park employes, should be of lon^ 
terms and free from all political interference." 

'•A park is to remain a possession of die people for all time and 
the measure of its perfection is *o be determined by the thorough- 
ness of its preparation. 

The lot on the corner of White and Beacon streets was formally 



PUBLIC PARKS. 283 

accepted and paid for at a cost of $1-400. during the past year. 
The possession of this lot will not only complete the territory which 
is now bounded ou every side by streets, but will yeild an income 
from the large amount of grade thereon. 

It is also planned to iu some way extend Beacon stmt to High 
street, thus giving a complete drive about the park. 

ROLLINS PARK. 

The work at Rollins Park has been of the usual character, but 
very little new work has been attempted. Plans have been made 
to develop the opening space bordering on Broadway, and from 
year to year the work can lie carried out as the funds admit. 
The street, so generously given by Mr. John II. Lamprey, border- 
ing the southern line of this park, should be laid out and graded 
by the City. The use of the park for picnic parties has been large 
and some of the open air conc< rts have been held here. The use 
of the park is freely offered to all. but a few try to see how much 
they can abuse it, and. when reprimanded, are insolent. 

"Visitors should have a sense of absolute security while in a 
park. They should be encouraged to have a seuse of ownership in 
the park, and to quickly resent any acts on the part of those who 
interfere with the pleasure and comforts of others." 

The shelter, which was built late in the fall of 1897, lias proven 
a good feature in the park. 

The lower pond has been deepened and will be crossed by a 
bridge, from which paths will extend following the line of the pond. 

BRADLEY PARK. 

The care of Bradley Park has cost the city about eighty dollars, 
and the beauty of this little bit of landscape work has been a de 
light to the many who pass it daily. 

The coming year seats should be placed in the positions reserved 
for them. 

Some change in the arrangement of the shrubbery maybe neces- 
sary, but with an annual expenditure of $75 or 880 tin's s pot can 
be well cared for and be a continual source of pleasure. 



L ; Sl CITV OF CONCORD. 

PENACOOK PARK. 

The sum of $80.81 has been expended on the grounds, together 
with some needed repairs on the building. This park has been 
used but very little as compared with former years, there being no 
attraction todraw the crowd, yet here the lovers of nature can revel 

iu the beautiful scenery and the magnificent sunsets, making the 
hours of closing day long to be remembered. 

PARKS AND COMMONS. 

The triangle at the West End, according to the terms of the 
gifts, is to be improved this year. 

The commissioners ask that an appropriation be made to enable 
them to put this into proper condition. 

There are other pieces of ground about the city which can be 
beautified and made an ornament in our now increasing park sys- 
tem. 

It would seem wise that the powers of the park commissioners 
be enlarged so that the planting of trees upon the new streets, also 
the replacing of dead aud unsightly trees, may be given into their 
charge. 

ALBERT B. WOOD WORTH, Chairman. 

BENJAMIN C WHITE. 

WILLIS D. THOMPSON, 

G All I) N E R B . EMMONS. 

GEORGE A. YOUNG, 

WILLIS G. C. KIMBALL, 

WILLIAM P. FISKE. 



PUBLIC l'Al.Kr 



!8o 



REPORT OF THE EXPENDITURES BY THE PARK 

COMMISSIONERS. 



There have been approved bills amounting to 

account Whites Paik, 
" Rollins Paik, 
." Bradley Park, 
Penacook Park, 



Appropriations : 

White Park, . 
Rollins Park. 
Bradley Park, 
Penacook Park, 



account White Park : 
Wood, $77 
Horse, 45 



82,850 

650 

75 
75 

$3,650 
122 



Delicir. 
WHITE PARK ACCOUNT. 



Labor 

Trees and shrubs 

Horse 

Grain, hay, etc. 

Stable rent 

Lumber 

Loam, grade, etc. 

Fertilizer, "... 

Interest on $1400 

Hardware, 

Incidentals. 

Care of ducks and swans, 



82,298.89 


. 64.70 


. 50.00 


55.06 


20.00 


. 50.32 


216.75 


22.50 


. 61.25 


23.61 


. 811.52 


30.00 



82,982.60 

G36.60 

78.25 

. 80.81 

3.778.26 



3,772.00 



86.26 



i2,982.60 



286 CITY OF CONCORD. 

ROLLINS PARK ACCOUNT. 

Labor, • .... 

Teaming, 

Lumber, ..... 

Hardware, 

Plans, 

[ucidentals, 

BRADLEY PARK. 

Labor $54.50 

Fertilizer, . . 15.00 

Incidentals .8.75 



$396. 


52 


58, 


.70 


45. 


91 


25 


.23 


35 


.00 


76. 


,24 



PENA.COOK PARK. 

Labor, ...... $76 26 

Lumber. . . • 4.55 



I 36.6 



87< w .25 



5 m i k i 



CEMETERY DEPARTMENT. 



To the City Cotoicil of the City of Concord. 

Inasmuch as the office of Treasurer of the Commissioners of 
Cemeteries Las been abolished, we have no such report of course 
to call your attention to. 

The appropriation of the year past has been expended in grading 
and preparing the grounds for lots. The unsightly gravel banks 
have been entirely removed. 

This work has been attended with a considerable amount of labor 
and expense, but we feel that the result amply justifies the expendi- 
tures. Your honorable body will not be called upon again for some 
years for any large appropriations for grading. 

Your Commissioners feel that you should for a few years make 
liberal appropriations for beautifying the grounds in other re- 
spects, viz., the planting of trees and shrubs. 

We should not feel that we had performed our duty, if we did 
not again call your attention to the matter of a Chapel. We have 
served under several administrations without receiving an appro- 
priation for this much desired object. May we not expect such an 
appropriation at your hands? 

JOHN E. ROBERTSON. 
CHARLES S. PARKER, 
OBADIAH MORRILL, 
GEORGE A. FOSTER, 
FRANK P. ANDREWS, 
GEORGE O. DICKERMAN. 

Commissioners of Cemeteries. 
GEORGE O- DICKERMAN, Secretary. 



288 CITY OF CONCORD. 

PINE GROVE AND OLD FORT CEMETERIES. 

To Hi's Honor the Mayor and City Council. 

At the beginning of the year 1898 we asked for an appropriation 
of two hundred dollars for improvements we considered necessary 
for the year in Pine Grove Cemetery : yet nothing was appropriated 
at this time for its maintenance: >et a special appropriation of 
twenty- five dollars was made later in the season for mowing the 
same, which was nearly all expended for the purpose named. The 
balance was expended iu removing an old tree, which was liable to 
do damage by falling limbs. 

There is now a demand for the grading of seven avenues, as 
practically nothing has been done to them since they were laid out, 
and the lots facing these avenues cannot be properly graded until 
this has been done. 

The iron rail placed above the stone wall on the westerly side of 
the Cemetery should be painted or removed as it is damaging the 
stone by rust. 

While much more is needed, we would recommend an appropri- 
ation of two hundred dollars for the present year, which will make 
a fair beginning. 

The foregoing is for Pine Grove Cemetery. It may not be 
understood by your Honorable Body that another cemetery known 
as The Old Fort Cemeteiy, in which a number of ^Revolutionary 
Soldiers are buried, is but a short distance from ,Pine Grove, for 
the care of which we would recommend an appropriation of at least 
Fifty Dollars. 

Most respectfully submitted. 

CYRUS R. ROBINSON, 
SCOTT FRENCH. 
Committc of Old Fort and Pine Grove Cemeteries. 



CEMETERY DEPARTMENT. 289 

WEST CONCORD CEMETERY. 

To the City Council. 

Your committee ou West Concord Cemetery, report for the years 
1897 and 1898, as follows; 

1897 
Jan. 1 Cash on hand, $14.81 

Sale of lots, 189/ 57.00 

$71.81 



Dec. 16 Paid W. F. Thayer, 2S.50 



Jan. 1 Balance Jan. 1, 1898 $43.31 

1898 
Sale of lots, 1898 57.00 



Paid $100.31 

May 12 W. F. Thayer, $9.50 

One Lawn Mower, 8.50 

Oct. 21 Water bill. 6.00 

Oct. 29 W. F. Thayer, 13.50 37.50 



Cash ou hand Jan. 1 1899 $02.81 

JAMES M. GROSSMAN, 

JOHN E. GAY. 

G. R. PARMENTER. 

Committee. 

19 



Fire Department. 



REPORT OF CHIEF ENGINEER. 



To the Honorable Mayor ami City Council: 

I have the honor to submit the following report of the Fire 
: rt merit for the year 1898. 

The preciact department responded to twenty-two (22) box 
alarms and fifty-seven (. r )7) still alarms. 

At Penacook nine (9) alarms were responded to; at East Con- 
cord two (2), and at West Concord two (2). 

BOX ALARMS. 

Box 19. Feb. 17th. 12:54 A. M. Fire in residence of Chas. 
L. Fellows. 113 School Street. Cause, attributed by experts at 
investigation conducted by them, to over-heated furnace. 2,950 
feet of hose wet. Recall, 4:19 A. 31. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $17,000.1 88,000.00 $6,510.00 $6,500.00 

Contents. 3,000.00 3,00 None. None. 

4-4-4. April 12th, 12 :03 P. M. Brush fire on Plains. Ex- 
tinguished by detail from the department. No k»s. 

Box 46. April 13th, 8 :34 A. M. Fire in Durrell's Block, 

Pierce Street. Cause, unknown. 1,2'. feet of hose wet. 

Recall, 8:48 A. M. 

Value. Loss. . Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, 6,000.00 i40.00 $4,000.00 $40.00 

Contents, 20.00 None. None. 

Box 23. May 8th, 9 :43 A. M. Fire in shed on Ferry Street, 

owned and occupied by W. P. Ford & Co. Cause, spark from 

locomotive. 1,150 feet of hose wet. Recall, 9 :53 A. M. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $200.00 875.00 $100.00 875.00 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 21*1 

Box 2G. May 29th, 9 :40 P. M. Fire in residence corner of 
Maple and Union Streets, owned by Sarah L. Bourlet and occu- 
pied by E J. Barber. Cause, gasoline explosion. 900 feet of 
hose wet. No water, however, used in building. Extinguished 
by Chemicid Co. Recall, 9 :.")1 P. M, 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building. $1,800.00 $53.00 $1,500.00 $50.00 

Contents, 200.00 50.00 None. None. 

Box 24. June 26th. 9 :48 P. M. Fire in bakery 157 No. Main 
Street, owned by Lyster Bros, and occupied by J. B. McLeod. 
Building south adjoining owned and occupied by Lyster Bros., 
also slightly damaged. Cause unknown. 450 feet of hose wet- 
Recall. 9:5s P. M. 



Value, 


Loss. 


Ins. 


Ins. pd. 


f $1,200.00 


$289.50 


$700.oi) 


$289.50 


( 7,000.00 


12.00 


4,o0o.oo 


12.00 


300.00 


100.00 


None. 


None. 



Buildings, 

Contents, 

Box 37. June 30th, 5:20 P. M. Fire, residence L35 School 
Street, o«vned by Augusta M. Stiles an 1 <> • • ipied by T. P. Davis. 

B. P. Davis and W. W. Odekirk. Barn in rea* of house 
destroye !. and house mi 1 sheds adjoining, owned and occupied 
by C. Delage, slightly damaged Cause, children playing with 
matches. 1,750 feet of h>sewet. Recall, 5 :50 P. M. 
Buildings. 

A. M Stiles, 

C. Del 
Contents. 

T. P. Dtvis, 

B. P. Dtvis, 
VV. W. Olekirk, 

Box 23. Aug. 7th. 12:5* P. M. Fire in freight cars in B. & 
M. R. R. yard, near Ferry Street. Three empty box curs 
damaged. Cnuse, spark from locomotive. 200 feet of hose wet. 
Recall, 1:13 P. M. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Cars M, 200.00 $122.00 Blanket. $122.00 

Box 21. Aug. 17th, 6 :07 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of 



Value. 


Lo ■ 


111^. 


Ins. pd. 


M 


£195.00 


$800.00 


$195.00 


500.00 


12.00 


400.00 


12.00 


290.00 


100.00 


None. 


None. 


LOO.O l 


i K).0 > 


None. 


Noue. 


25 t.00 


100.00 


None. 


None. 



292 cm of <<>n<oi:i>, 

John Ash, 159 No. Main Street. Needless alarm. 300 feet of 
hose wet. No loss. Recall, 6 :13 A. M. 

Box 48. Sept. 2d, 1 :44 P. M. Fire in residence of N. A. 
Duncklee, 46 South Street. Cause, electric wires. Extinguished 
by Chemical Co. Recall, 1 :55 P. M. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $5,000.00 $100.00 $3,500.00 $100.00 

Contents, 2.000.00 50.00 .nod. 00 50 00 

Box 51. Oct. 1st, 10 :08 A.M. No lire. The crossing of the 
B. & M. R. R. Go's, local, open circuit lire alarm wires caused an 
alarm on that system. The engineer, in pursuance of ord<r>, 
immediately turned in an alarm on the city system. Recall, 10:15 
A. M. 

Box 12. Oct. 28th, 0:15 A.M. Fire in residence 3 Foster 
Street, owned by Grace E. Foster and occupied by Leo Bertram!. 
Cause, overheated chimney. 150 feet of hose wet. Recall, (> :43 
A. M. 





Value. 


Loss. 


Ins. 


Ins. pd. 


Building, 


81,000.00 


$40.10 


$700.00 


$40.10 


Contents, 


200.00 


50.00 


None. 


None 



Box 49. Nov. 9th, 5 :42 P. M. Fire in barn in rear of 13 1-2 
Dakin Street, owned by Alphonse Beliveau and occupied by 
Thomas Lapointe. Cause, unknown. GOO feet of hose wet. 
Recall, 5 :59 P. M. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $50.00 $50.00 None. None. 

Contents, 30.00 30.00 None. None. 

Box 413. Nov. 15th. 10:17 A. M. Fire in residence 47 So. 
Main Street, owned by Kate O. Lee and occupied by J. J. Lee. 
Cause, over-heated chimney. 300 feet of hose wet, but no water 
used iu the building. Extinguished by Chemical Co. Recall, 
10:35 A. M. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $3,500.00 $40.00 $3,000.00 $40. < 

Contents, 1,500.00 15.00 1,000.00 15.00 

Box 21. Nov. 24th, 1 :27 P. M. Fire in double tenement 
house 75,77 No. State Street, owned by Fannie W. Nutter and 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 293 

Emma M. Flanders, and occupied by H. F. Elliott and W. F. 

Cbellis. Cause, spilling of alcohol on stove, 1,450 feet of hose 
wet. Recall, 2 :05 P. M. 



Building. 


Value. 


Loss. 


lis. 


Ins. pd. 


F. W. Nutter, 


$2,500.00 


$463.00 


$2,000.00 


$463.00 


E. ML Flanders, 


2,500.00 


196.00 


2,00o.00 


196.00 


Contents : 










H. F. Elliott, 


l,200.no 


65.00 


800.00 


65 00 


W. F. Chellis, 


1,000.00 


90.00 


500.00 


90.00 


E. M. Flanders, 


100.00 


43.75 


50.00 


43.75 


Box 8. Nov. 


29 th, 11 :5;) 


P. M. Slight fire in Pa 


o;e Belting 



Co s establishment. Cause, over-heated dry-room. Extinguished 
by employes without assistance from the department. Recall, 
12:03 P. M. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $12,000.00 None. $10, 000. 00 None. 

Contents, 11,000.00 73.19 11,500.00 73.19 

Box ]7. Dec. 2d, 2:54 A.M. Fire in residence 3, Jackson 
East Court, owned by Wax. G. Mason and occupied by .lames 
Maloney. Cause, hot ashes in wooden receptacle. 550 feet of 
hose wet. Recall, 3 :05 A. M. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $800.00 $25.00 None. None. 

Box 5. Dec. 13th, 9 :06 P. M. Fire in potato car in B. & M. 
R. R. yard at foot of Hill's Avenue. Extinguished by Chemical 
Co. Cause, overheated stove. Recall, 9 :14 P. M. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Car, $350.00 $157.39 Blanket. $157,39 

Box 34. Dec. 14th, 6 :28 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of 
M. A. Branon, 7 So. State Street. Needless alarm. Recall, 6 :37 
A. M. No loss. 

Box 12. Dec. 19th, 9:51 A. M. Slight fire in kindling wood 
in residence of W. H. Reed. 210 Rumford Street. Needless 
alarm. No loss. Recall, 10 :01 A. M. 

Box 47. Dec. 29th, 4 :24 A. M. Fire in residence 18 Clinton 
Street, owned and occupied by John J. Dooning. Cause, over.. 
heated chimney. 2,000 feet of hose wet. Recall, 4:53 A. M. 



294 CITY OF CONCORD. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pel. 

Building, $2,500.00 $2,500.00 $1,000.00 $1,0(10.00 

Content?, 1,100.00 1)00.00 400.00 380.00 

Box 48. Dec. 29th, 4:27 A. M. Box pulled for preceding 

fire. Needless alarm. 

STILL ALARMS. 

Jan. 2d, 10 :45 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of Everett 
Runnells, 31 Union Sreet. Extinguished by members of Alert 
Hose Co. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $1,800.00 $3.00 $1,000.00 $3.00 

Jan. 24th, 8 :53 A. M. Chimney tire in residence of Remie 
Belake, 2 Foster Street. No loss. 

Jan. 29th, 1:11 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Cyrus 
Abbott, 55 So. State Street. Extinguished by members of Good 
Will Hose Co. No loss. 

Jau. 29th, 3:16 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Joseph 
Odette, No. Fruit Street. No loss. 

Feb. 2d, 5 :25 P. M. Explosion of hot "watar heater in Acquilla 
Block, cor. Main and Pleasant Streets. No fire. 

Feb. 18th, 9 :36 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of Judge A. 
P. Carpenter, 193 No. Main Street. No loss. 

Feb. 18th, 11:40 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of O. F. 
Jenkins, 15 Washington Street. Extinguished by members of 
Alert Hose Co. No loss. 

Feb. 21st, 1 2 :25 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of E. D. 
Clark on Millville road. No loss. 

Mar. 1st,. 1:21 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of C. W. 
Davis, 10 Monroe Street. No loss. 

Mar. 5th, 8:14 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Elizabeth 
Prowse, 56 High Street. No loss. 

Mar. 14th, 1 :32. Chimney fire in residence of A. L. Buck, 12 
Pierce Street. No loss. 

Mar. 15th, 4:44 P. M. Chimney fire in Centennial Block, No. 
Main Street. No loss. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 295 

Mar. 21st, 5:25 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Geo. A. 
Foster, 26. No. Spring Street. No loss. 

March 22d, 7:15 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Daniel 
Shine, 5 Lewis Court. No loss. 

Mar. 27th, 1 :32 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Hon. 
Geo. A. Cummings. 6 Garden Street. Xo loss. 

April 4th, 10:50 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of W. H. 
Durant, 1 1 Thompson Street. Extinguished by members of 
Good Will Hose Co. No loss. 

April 6th, 5 :55 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Geo. H. 
Emery, cor. No. State and Fayette Streets. No loss. 

April 7th. 6 :27 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Asa Gee, 
49 Perley Street. No loss. 

April 10th, 11:51 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of Emily 
C. Rines, 10G Warren Street. No loss. 

April 28th, 6:55 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Cyrus 
Abbott, 55 So. State Street. Extinguished by members of Good 
Will Hose Co. No loss. 

May 18th, 1:31 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of J. H. 
Sanborn, 13 Centre Street. No loss. 

May 22d, 2 :40 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Timothy 
P. Sullivan, 49 Lyndon Street. No loss. 

May 23d, 1 :58 A. M. Fire in store-house in Railroad Square, 
owned and occupied by Ford & Kimball. Cause, unknown. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building. $600.00 825.00 None. None. 

May 30th, 9 :49 P. M. Chimney tire in residence of Mary A. 
Bass, 33 Downing Street. No loss. 

June 27th, 4:50 P. M. A call to investigate cause of smoke 
at the North Church. No fire. 

June 30th, 5 : 19 P. M. Fire in buildings 135 School Street. 
See alarm from box 37, same date. 

July 8th, 8:28 P. M. Fhe in pile of old timber in B. & 31. 
R. R. yard. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Timber. ■ $5.00 None. None. 

July 9th, 8 :50 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of Mrs. John 
Robinson, is Concord Street. No loss. 



296 CITY OF CONCORD. 

July 17th, 2:43 A. M. Fire in room 18, Cyrus Hill Block. 
Cause, careless use of matches. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $25,000.00 $38.30 $15,000.00 $38.30 

Contents, 40.00 20.00 None. None. 

Juh T 23d, 10:35 P. M. Fire in dump on Clough Avenue. No 

loss. 

Aug. 1st, 7:4o A. M. Chimney fire in Thompson's Block, 
Pleasant Street. No loss. 

Sept. 13th, 2:37 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of C. W. 
Lynam, 68 Washington Street. No loss. 

Sept. 22d, 12:35 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Rev. H. 
F. Hill, 69 So. Main Street. No loss 

Nov. 2d, 9 :36 A. M. Chimne}' fire in residence of F. G. 
Mason. 27 Beacon Street. No loss. 

Nov. 4th, 7 :25 P. M. Chimney lire in residence of Geo. Pren- 
5 School Street. No loss. 

Nov. 11 th. 12:wO P. M. Chimney fire in residence of C. H. 
Biown, 11 Pei kins Street. No loss. 

Nov. 15th, 10:16 A. M. Chimney lire in residence of J. J. 
L< e, 17 So. Main Street. See alarm from box 413, same date. 

Nov. 16th, 11 :22 A. M. Fire in garbage crematory on Bridge 
Street, owned and occupied by the city. Building destroyed 
before the alarm was given. Cause unknown. 

Value. Los.-. Ins. Ins pd. 

Building, $75.00 875.00 None None. 

Nov. 21st, 5:05 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Mrs. A. 
M. Palmer, 15 IVionroe Street. Fxtmguished by members of 
Good Will Hose Co. No loss. 

Nov. 22d, 4:16 P. M. Fire in residence 9 Franklin Street, 
owned by the J. B. Merrill estate and occupied by Frank B. 
Merrill. Cause, over-heated chimney. Responded to by members 
of Alert Hose Co. Further assistance being required, the Chemi- 
cal Co. was summoned. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $4,500.00 $24.73 §3,000.00 #24.73 

Nov. 22d, 4 :24 P. M. See preceding fire. 

Nov. 24th, 1 :25 P. M. See alarm from box 21, same date. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 297 

Nov. 27th, 8:05 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Mrs. L. 
A. Dyer, 105 Rumford Street. No loss. 

Dec. 2d, 2 :34 P. M. Slight fire in old overalls, etc., in Lee 
Bros, shop, rear G2 No. Main Street. No loss. 

Dec. 4th, 8 :47 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of Natt Hurd, 
22 Concord Street. Extinguished by members of Good Will 
Hose Co. No loss. 

Dec. 9th, 7:53 P.M. Chimney fire in residence of Fred L. 
Chase, 75 Centre Street. No loss. 

Dec. 13th, 12:33 P. M, Chimney fire in residence of Joseph 
Cote, 159 No. Main Street. No loss. 

Dec. 23d, 1 :42 P. M. Chimney lire in residence of Fred Mat- 
tel. 24 Clinton Street. No loss. 

Dec 24th, 8 :40 P. M. Alarm given on account of trouble 
with electric wires in office of Capital Fire Ins. Co., cor. Main 
and Depot Streets. No fire. 

Dec. 28, 10 :2G A. M. Chimney fire in residence of W. B 
Blake, 38 South Street. No loss. 

Dec. 28th, 11 :22 A. M. Chimney tire in residence of Miss 
Fiances Nichols, 77 Franklin Street. No loss. 

Dec. 29th, 5 :44 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of Win. J. 
Batchelder, 70 South Street. No loss. 

Dec. 29th, 6 :48 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of Frank J. 
Pillsbury, 14 Thompson Street. No loss. 

Dec. 29th, 7:00 A. M. Slight fire in ruins of residence 18 
Clinton Street, owned by J. J. Dooning. Destroyed by fire same 
date. 

Dec. 29th. 7:33 A. M. Chimney tire in residence of Wm. J. 
Batchelder, 70 South Street. No loss. 

Dec. 29th, 8:16 A. M. Chimney fire in residence of Frank J. 
Pillsbury, 14 Thompson Street. No loss. 

Dec. 30th, 8 :U7 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of Mi^s 
Ad<iie Leighton, 1 R. R. Square. No loss. 

All of the above not otherwise credited were extinguished by 
the Chemical Co. 

PENACOOK. 

-Ian. 17th, 7:00 P. M. Chimney fire in residence of L. K. 



298 CUT OF CONCORD. 

Hall, Main Street. Still alarm. Extinguished by members of 
Pioneer Co. with pony extinguishers. No loss. 

Feb. 8th, 7 :00 P. M. General alarm given for fire on Bos- 
cawen side. 

Feb. 2Gth, '.» :50 A. M. Fire in factory of the J. E. Symond's 
Table Co. Cause, over-heated shafting bearing. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $ 5,000.00 8 25.00 $4,500.00 $ 25.00 

Contents, in. 000. 00 350.00 5,000. no 350.00 

Mar. 21st, 7:50 A. M. General alarm given for fire on Bos- 
cawen side. 

April I8tb, 7 :.'>0 P. M. Brush fire near Horse Hill. Ex- 
tinguished by detail from Pioneer Co. No loss. 

April 27th. 8:30 P. M. General alarm given for fire on Bos- 
cawen side. 

June 8th, 8:45 P. M. Fire in Eagle Block, Main Street. 
Caused by curtain taking fire. No loss. 

Aug. 3d, 11 :30 P. M. Fire in shed on Merrimack Street, 
owned by B. F. Vatney. Cause, spontaneous combustion. No 
loss 

Nov. 13th, 12 :10 P. M. Fire in tenement house on East Canal 
Street, owned by Contoocook Mechanics' and Manufacturing Co., 
and occupied by Wm. Shepard. Cause unknown. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $25.(1.) $25.00 

EAST CONCORD. 

April 12th, 12:30 P. M. Brush fire on plains. Extinguished 
by detail from Old Fort Engine Co. No loss. 

Sept. 9th, 6:20 P. M. Fire in barn owned and occupied by 
Joseph Welcome, on Potter Street. Cause unknown. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Barn, $ 50.00 8 50.00 None. None. 

Contents, 100.00 1(10.00 None. None. 

WEST CONCORD. 

Jan. 5th, 11 :20 A. M. Fire in residence on West State Stieet 



TIKE DEPARTMENT. 299 

owned by Geo. W. Brown and occupied by Simeon Partridge. 
Cause, over-heated chimney. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $3,000.00 $20.00 $2,000.00 $20.00 

July 21st, 2:00 P. M. Fire in residence on Tenny Street, 

owned by Rev. D. W. Clark and occupied by Ira O. Matthews. 

Caused by lightning. 

Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. pd. 

Building, $1,200.00 $22.50 $900.00 $22.50 

SUMMARY. 

Buildings. Value. Loss. Ins. Ins. paid Net loss. 

Precinct $97iS75.00 $12,541.02 $60,750.00 $9,358.02 $3,183.00 

Penacook 5,00000 50.1 o 4,500.00 50.00 

E.Concord 50,00 50.00 50.00 

W. < oncord 4,200.00 4 2 -5 n 2,900.00 4 2 -5° 

Total $107,125.00 $12,083.52 $68,150.00 $9,450.52 $,v-3.v on 

Contents : 

Precinct $22,420.00 $4,811.94 $15,150.00 $710.94 $4,095.00 

Penacook 10,000.00 350.00 5,000.00 350.00 ■ 

E.Concord 100.00 100.00 — 

Total $32,520.00 $5,261.94 £20,150.00 $i,o66.S4 $4,165.00 

Buildings $107,125.00 $12,683.52 $08,150.00 $0.45052 $3,233.00 

Total Buildings 
and Contents $139,645.00 $17,945.46 $88,300.00 $10,517.46 $7,428.00 



CITY OF CONCORD. 

APPARATUS AND FORCE. 

The apparatus and force of the department is as follows : 

Precinct, located at the Central fire station, one first class Amos- 
keag engine. "Eagle," with modern hose wagon, attached to Eagle 
Steam Fire Engine Company (13 men) ; one second-class A moskeag 
engine, "Kearsarge,"and modern hose wagon, attached totheKear- 
saige Steam Fire Engine company (13 men); one second-class 
oskeag engine, '• Governor Hill," relief steamer, in charge of 
.•hi engineerand I reman; one double 60 gallon tank Halloway chem- 
ical engine in charge of two permanent men; one ladder truck, 
■•('ityof Concord/' attached to hook and ladder company (21 men). 
There are ten horses owned by the city kept at this station. Thepre- 
' companies have swing harnessess upon all apparatus except 
sr.«amers. There are six permanent men located at the Central 
sfation and one permanent man at each hose house within the pre- 
cinct. 

The Alert Hose company ( 1 1 men), located on Washington street, 
has a modern hose wagon with permanent man and horse. 

The (rood Will Hose company (11 men), located on the corner 
of Concord and South State streets, has a modern hose wagon with 
permanent man and horse. 

Veterans' Auxiliary company (30 men). 

The "Pioneer" steamer, at Penacook (28 men), is a fourth-class 
Silsby, with hose wagon. 

The Cataract company (30 men), at West Concord, has a Hun- 
neman 6 inch cylinder hand-engine, and a second class 4- wheel reel, 
Amoskeag make drawn by one horse, and provided with swiug 
harness. 

Old Fort, at EastConcoid (30 men), has a 5 inch cylinder Huu- 
munan hand-engine. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 301 

HOSE. 



Fabric : 

Precinct 
Pens cook 
West Concord 



Leather : 
East Concord 



,\450 feet. 


2,200 '• 


750 " 


11,400 feet. 


15D feet- 


Capacity, 


cub c feet. 


1,000 


1,500 


2.000 


2,000 


1,000 


. 4.000 


3,500 



PUBLIC RESERVOIRS 



1. Main street, opposite Abbot-Downing Cu.'s 

2. Main street, middle front state house yard 

3. Main street, rear city hall 
•1. State street, corner of Washington street' 
5. Rumford street, near Mrs. Josiah Miuot'> 
G. Orchard street, comer of Pine stivt't* 
7. School street, corner of Summit stiv 

*Brick, cemented ...... 

While the number of alarm boxes responded to during the year 
was thirty-three less than number for the preceding year, a glance 
at the summary will show the net loss to be larger. The apparatus 
is in good condition. The Chemical Engine has been retouched and 
varnished. 

No extensive repairing of apparatus has been necessary. 

No hose has been purchased during the year, 1650 feet having 
been lelined. As it is fair to peisumethatsome of the old hose will 
be condemned during the coming year. I respectfully recommend 
the purchase of 500 feet. The fire alarm telegraph system is in 
good condition. 

One private box and two tappers have been removed and one 
mil-am-meter and four public boxeshave been added to the system. 

The main lines have been extended two and one half miles. 

The policy pursued by recent administrations has resulted in 
marked improvement in the service. 

The same policy pursued for a short time longer, and but a short 



302 ilTV OF CONCORD. 

time will be necessary, will result iu placing' the department on the 
basis upon which it should rest. 

While it is not to be expected that all of the improvements desired 
can be attained immediately, it will perhaps, not be amiss to enum- 
erate the most important of those desirable. The Central Fire Sta- 
tion should be remodeled and the horses placed behind the appara- 
tus, thus saving valuable time in responding to alarms, and elim i- 
nating the danger at present incurred of injuring horses. 

This wo Id involve the expenditures oi -dxteen hundred dollars. 
Two of the four fire alarm circuits at present cover such an area that 
they should he divided, thus reducing the area left without protec- 
tion by an open circuit fifty per cent. 

This would necessitate the purchase of a new repeater which would 
cost thirteen hundred dollars. 

The addition of two more tire alarm boxes would give the city 
ample protection in thai line for some time to come. 

A modern ladder truck should lie purchased iu the near future. 
A first class truck could be purchased for one thousand dollars. 
>,'ew heating apparatus should be placed in the Old Fort Engine 
house. • 

It will readily be seen that to obtain these improvements the ex- 
penditure of between four and live thousand dollars would be neces- 
sary, bin as it would result iu increased efficiency of the depart- 
ment it could lie regarded a- well expended. 

Respectfully submitted. 

W. C.Green. 

Chief Engineer. 



PIKE DEPARTMENT. 



3i 3 



ROLL OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



IS»*. 



Permanent thief" Engineer. 

V illiam C. Green, i Ifflce, Central fire station. 

Assistant Engineer. 

PRECINCT. 

■John J. McNri. r\ . i-i Asst.. Machinist, Railroad square. 

>\ illiam E. Dow, 2d Asst., fainter, 13 Academy St, 

John J. McNi ltv, Clerk of Board. 

WARD 1. 
Manufacturer, Penacoolc St., Penacook. 

WARD 2. 
Fanner. Penacook St., Eas1 Concord. 

WARD :;. 
Ovi i • flair St.. We*1 Concord. 



niALW. Ro 



John E. Frye, 



George W. Kemp 



KEARSARGE STEAM FIRE ENGINE AND HOSE COM- 
PANY No. 2. 

OFFICERS. 

s\ lvestee T. Ford c aptain. A. H. Brixton, Lieut, an 1 ( lerk 

James H. Sanders, Engineer and Treasurer. 

MEMBERS. 



3adge. 

Nos. 


Natr< 


Occupations. 


Residences. 


11 


SylvesterT. turd. 


Moulder, 


-11 Sou) h Main st . 


12 


A. H. Britton, 


Hardwai e dealer, 


12 Thompson si . 


13 


Charles li. Swain, 


Carpenter, 


18 Holt st. 


15 


Jarnes li . Sanders, 


Carriage painter. 


45 Perley st. 


1G 


Frank E. Heath, 


man, 


38 Perley st. 


is 


Charles II. Burgum, 


Car] ent i r, 


5 Laurel st. 


84 


Thomas .1. Mori ison, 


Carriage painter, 


32 Dow ning st. 


19 


Charles Howell, 


Team 


62 Rumford st . 


20 


Elba F. Home, 


Carpenter, 


10 Liberty st. 


22 


< sorge B. Davis, 


Carriage painter, 


28 North Main st 


21 


J. E. Morrison, 


Janitor, 


8 Thorndike st. 


85 


H. M. Sanders, 


Permanent driver. 


Central station. 


14 


O. H. Thomas, 


Gas fitter. 


112 Pleasant st. 


87 


F. J. Young, 


Permanent driver, 


Central station. 



304 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



EAGLE STEAM FIRE ENGINE AND HOSE CO. No. 2. 



OFFICERS. 



\v. J. Coffin, Captain. 



J. C. McGiLVRAY, Lieut, and Clerk. 



MEMBERS. 





Names. 


Occupations. 


Residences. 


24 


Waller.!. Coffin, 


Shipping clerk, 


5 Short st. 


25 


John ('. McGih ary, 


Jig-sawyer, 


9 Pearl st. 




i.. W. Tozier, 


Barber, 


47 Thorndike st. 


30 


Thomas 1>. Gannon, 


Machinist . 


16 Downing St. 




Charles H. Sanders, 


Machinist, 


112 Pleasant st. 


31 


Orrin C. Hodgdon, 


Engin< cr, 


31 Beacon st. 


36 


David J. Adams, 


Janitor, 


107 North Main st. 


32 


William W. Brown, 


Photographer, 


•.'.: Pine st. 


34 


William A. s. wall, 


Expressman, 


90 Wai ren st. 




George H. Downing, 


Electrician, 


12 South st. 


■j- 


'.. Pelkey, 


Ilarnes-inaker. 


3 South Main st. 


29 


.Tiilni W. In man, 


Carriage painter. 


21 Perley st. 


89 


William.). Ba ilej , 


Permanent driver. 


Cential station. 



GOVERNOR HILL STEAMER, No. 4 

RELIEF ENGINE. 

Occupations. 



Badge 

Names. 

17 Elmer H.Farrar, Engineer, Machinist, 
Henry (). Lowell, Fireman, Blacksmith, 



Residences. 
78 South State st. 
16 North Spring st. 



ALERT HOSE COMPANY, No. 2. 



OFFICERS. 



FEED VV. Si OTT, Captain. 



George L. Osgood, Lieut, and Clerk. 



George L. < (sgood, Treasurer. 



MEMBERS. 



Badge 








Nos, 


Names. 


Occupations. 


Residences. 


:r; 


Fred W. Scott, 


Builder, 


43 Lyndon st. 


38 


George L. Osgood, 


Bookkeeper, 


4~> Green st. 


39 


James Crowley, 


Barber, 


1L> Warren st. 


40 


John H. Seavey, 


Stonecutter, 


Alert Hose House. 


41 


Charles H. Rowell, 


Carpenter, 


23 Concord st. 


42 


L. B. Putney, 


Carpenter, 


3 Abbott st. 


43 


C. C. Chesley, 


Carpenter, 


11 Prince st. 


44 


C. J. French, 


Stonecutter, 


5 Perkins st. 


45 


Josei'hH. Brunelle, 


Blacksmith, 


34 Washington st. 


46 


James Jepson, 


Carpenter, 


2G Beacon st. 


48 


Johu H. True, 


Permanent driver , 


Aleit Hose House. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



305 



GOOD WILL HOSE COMPANY, No. 3. 



John C. Mills, Captain. 



Badge 

Nos. 
50 
51 
54 
55 
52 
53 
57 
60 
56 
61 
58 



Badge 

Nos. 



OFFICERS. 

Hiram T Dickermax, Lieut and Clerk. 
Charles C. Nuttek, Treasurer. 
MEMbEBS. 



Names. 
John C. Mills, 
Hiram T. Dickerman, 
George H. Sawyer, 
Charles C. Nutter, 
John E. Gove, 
Charles A. Richards, 
Jasper R. Mudgett, 
Frank S. Putnam, 
H. H. Ash, 
E. D. Clark, 
D. F. Crowley, 



Occupations. 
Blacksmith, 
Rainier, 
Blacksmith, 
Painter, 
Woodworker, 
Wood« orker, 
Woodworker, 
Packer, 
Machinist, 
Springmaker, 
Permanent Driver, 



Residences. 
34 Downing :-t. 
18 Hall st. 
45 !-outh Main s . 
39 Laurel st . 
69 North State st. 
4) South State St. 
98 South State st. 
101 South State st. 
29 Pierce -t. 
47 South State st. 
Good Will Hose house. 



CHEMICAL ENGINE COMPANY, No. 1. 



Names. 
M.S. Wakefield, 
J. A.Mills, 



Occupations. 
Permanent engineer and driver, 
Permanent assistant engineer. 



Residences. 
Central stat ion. 
Central station, 



CITY OF CONCORD HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY, No. 1. 

OFFICERS. 



Will A. 


King, Capt in. 


Ed. E. 

MEMBERS. 


Lane, Lieut, and 


Badge 








Nos. 


Names. 


Occupations. 


Residences. 


63 


Will A. Kings, 


Machinist. 


38 Franklin st. 


04 


Ed. E. Lane, 


Carriage builder. 


5 Fremont st. 


65 


Benjamin Oidlette, 


Carpenter, 


10 Jefferson st . 


66 


Henry V. Tittemore, 


Teamster, 


6 Avon st 


<H 


John A. Sargent, 


Carpenter, 


6 Fremont st. 


68 


Daniel B. Dow, 


Teamster, 


54 Church st. 


70 


Will F. King, 


Builder, 


15 Lyndon st . 


71 


Frank T. Bean, 


Carriage builder, 


11 Elm st. 


72 


Lucius D.Caldon, 


Carriage builder, 


13 West st. 


73 


George W. Grover, 


( arriage buiHer, 


29Thornd ke s" 


75 


James L. Liberty, 


Carpenter, 


7 Harvard st. 


76 


Stephen P. Foster, 


Carriage builder, 


47 Perley st. 


79 


John P. Kelley, 


Machinist, 


11 Pierce st. 


80 


Sam. B. Morgan, 


Carriage builder, 


10 Avon st. 


81 


Daniel Crowley, 


Coachman, 


1 Hill av. 


77 


Bion W.Hall, 


Carpenter, 


78 South st. 


82 


Edwin H. French, 


Carriage builder, 


28Tremont s<. 


78 


Harry T. Shaw, 


Clerk, 


63 School st. 


74 


Charles Parker, 


Blacksmith, 


63 South s . 


69 


Charles H. Pil-e, 


Carpenter, 


26 Elm st. 


96 


Amos P. Turner, 


Permanent Driver, 


Central station 



306 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



PIONEER STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY, No. 3. 



Pcnacook. 



OFFICERS. 



John H. Rolfe, Cap ain, 

Eddie C. Duegin, Lieut, and Clerk. 

John B. Dodge, Treasurer. 



Fexrv Rolfe, Foreman of Hosi 
Walter H, Rolfe, Engineer. 
Leslie H. Crowtiiek, Steward. 



Na m es . 
John H. Rolfe, 
E.ldieC. Durgin, 
John B. Dodge, 
Henry Rolfe. 
Walter H, R lfe, 
George H. Sager, 
William C. Ackerman, 
Leslie H. < rowther, 
John W. McNeil, 
David S. Maish, 
Fred H. Morrill, 
Edwin B. Prescott, 
George H. Tucker. 
I'll er \. Keeoan, 
Laurin W. Rolfe, 
Fred C. Ferrin 
Lester W. Prescott, 
Harper S. AlVn, 
Fred :.l. Dodge, 
Harry G. Rolfe, 
Clarence A. Davis. 
Ruel G. Morrill, 
Daniel Smith, 
William Taylor. 
George X. Robertson, 
Frank P. Robertson, 
Alberts. Andrews, 
Samuel G. Sanborn, 



MEMBERS. 



Occupations. 

Foreman, 

Carpenter, 

Assistant postmaster, 

Carpenter, 

Machinist, 

Machinist, 

Machinist, 

Maker plumbers' supplies, 

Electrical Inst, maker, 

Door maker, 

Sash miker, 

Market man, 

Axle maker. 

Table maker, 

Carpenter, 

Bind sawyer, 

Saw maker, 

Maker plumbers' supplies 

Electrical inst. maker, 

Bookkeeper, 

Miller,' 

Farmer, 

Farmer, 

Carpenter, 

Axle maker, 

Axle maker, 

Axle Piaker, 

Blacksmith, 



Residences. 
Summer st. 
spring st. 

Merrimack st. 
Penacook st. 
Merrimack st. 
High st. 
Washington st. 
Summer st. 
Union st. 
Center st. 
Higti st 
Main st. 
Main st. 
High st. 
Summer st. 
High st. 
Summer st. 
Merrimack St. 
Merrimack st. 
Cross st. 
Charles st. 
Washington st. 
Summer st. 
Main st. 
Washington st. 
LTnion st. 
Charles st. 
Union st. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



307 



OLD FORT ENGINE COMPANY, No. 2. 

East Concord* 

OFFICERS. 

Flkridge Emery, Foreman. John C. Hutchins, Treasurer. 

George O. Robinson, Asst. Foreman and Clerk, Chaui.es P. White, Steward. 



Elbridge Emery, 
George O. Robinson, 
John C. Hutchins, 
C. E. Robinson, 
Daniel B. Sanborn, 
William L. Bacbelder, 
William H. Smiih. 
James L. Potter. 
Samuel G. Pottar, 
Charles P. White, 
William E. Virgin, 
A. P. Swain, 
Rufus C. Boyntoii, 
Daniel Pettingill, 
John Spaulding, 
Elvin Culver, 
Fred S. Farnum.' 
Shad Cate, 
Ross W. Cate, 
George E. Cate, 
Jefferson Durgin, 
Louis E. Radford, 
William E. C nvley, 
Bert Knowles, 
James Smith, 
James Cox, 
Daniel Lewis, 
Abram dishing, 
A Hie Spaulding, 
Robert Bell, 



MEMBERS. 

Butcher. 
Water dealer, 
Engneer, 
Clerk, 
Farmer, 
Farmer, 
Farmer, 
Milk dealer, 
Milk dealer. 
Stone cutter, 
Carpenter, 
Moulder, 
Belt maker, 
Farmer, 
Moulder, 
Shoe maker, 
Carpenter, 
Farmer, 
Horseshoer, 
Blacksmith, 
Milk dealer, 
Painter, 
Storekeeper, 
Carpenter, 
Carpenter, 
Section foreman, 
Driver, 
Stone cutter, 
Carpenter, 
Stone cutter, 



Potter st. 
Penacook st. 
Penacook st. 
Penacook st. 
Shaker st. 
Potter st. 
Shaker st. 
Potter st. 
Appleton st. 
Pembroke st. 
Penacook st. 
Penacook st. 
Penacook st. 
Penacook st. 
Penacook st. 
Portsmouth st. 
Penacook st. 
Pembroke st. 
Shawmut st. 
Penacook st. 
Shawmut st, 
Shawmut st. 
Penacook st. 
Shawmut st. 
Penacook st. 
Fort sq. 
Shawmut st. 
Penacook st. 
East Chiton st. 
Pembroke st. 



308 



CITY OF CONCORD. 



CATARACT ENGINE COMPANY, No. 2. 
West Concord. 



OFFICERS. 
Jeremiah Cotter, Captain. 
Hiram B. Quimby, Lieut, and Clerk. 

Patrick Ryan, Foreman 

MEMBERS. 

Names. Ocaijiaiions. 

Jeremiah Cot'er, Blacksmith, 

Hiram E. Quimby, Stone cutter, 

Andrew J. Abbott, Farmer, 

Patrick Conway, Engineer, 

Patrick Ryan, Stone cutter, 

Abial C. Abbott, Street railway, 

Thomas P. Hearn, Engineer, 

Nathan C. Martin, Mill overseer, 

James Welsh, Salesman, 

Fred W. Peabody, Motorman, 

John Caldbeck, Expressman, 

James W. Powers, Stonecutter, 

William D. Harrington, Blacksmith, 

Lemuel O. Peabody, Stone cutter, 

Lawrence Hearn, Mill operative, 

Frank C. hlodgett, Stone cutter, 

Therdore Wilmot, Mill overseer, 

Edward Loverin, Stone cutter, 

James F. Abbott, Stonecutter, 

John P. Harrington, Quarryman, 



Andrew J. arbott, Treasurer. 
Patrick Conway, Steward, 
of Hose. 

Residences. 
Mam st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
Hutchins st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
Hutchins st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
>iain st. 
Main st. 
Main st. 
Hutchins st. 



VETERANS' AUXILIARY COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 

D. B. Newhall, Capt.in. 

W. E. Dow, 1st Lieut. Fred Leighton, 2d Lieut. 

Fred Leighton, Clerk. 



MEMBER-", 



Names. 
D. B. Newhall, 
W. E. Dow, 
J. J. McNulty, 
Fred Leighton, 
John M. Hill, 
Henry M. Gibney, 
Ira C. Evans, 
James A. Ward, 
William Badger. 
J. Ed. Morrison, 
Benjamin Bilsborough, 
William M. Lever, 
David J. Rolf e, 
Henry Tucker, 
Charles C. Hill, 
Charles C. Moore. 



Names. 
Oliver Thompson, 
John Ahem, 
Frank E. Warren, 
James G. Leighton, 
Sydney S. Upham. 
Lewis C. Carter 
George A. Mitchell, 
William F. Carr, 
w ill C. Wingate. 
Fred U. Lane, 
Charles E. Palmer, 
Charles H. Smith, 
Frank H. Silver, 
'•eorge A. Ordway, 
Thomas P. Sanborn, 



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Aldermen for 1898-1899, . 
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street sprinkling, 
Union School District, . 
water precinct, 
Penacook precinct, . 
West < loncord precinct, 
Easl < 'oncord precinct, . 
School District No. 20, 

Assessors, ..... 

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Blossom Hill cemetery, receipts and expenses, 
Board of Education, Uuiou School District, 
Board of health, .... 

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City clerk, ..... 

council for 1898-1899 

engineer, .... 

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collector, .... 

liquor agent, .... 

marshal, .... 

assistant marshal. 

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ordinances and resolutions. 1898, 

physician, .... 

assistant physicitn, . . 

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cemeteries. 

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fire department, 

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puplic instruction, 
parks and commons, 
roads and bridges, 

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engrossed ordinance-. 
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police and license, 
sewers and drains, 
streets and sidewalks, 

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Concrete, receipts, 

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Cemetery committees, 

County poor, 
tax, 

Cullers of staves, 

Debts of city and precinct. 
Dog licenses, 
Drain-layers, 

East Concord precinct debt, 

sewer bonds. 
Engineering department, expenses 
Executive department, 

Fence viewers. 



►unci! 



r'and 



dennen, 





31 




29 




37 




31 




39 




13 




:x 




42 




30 




30 




30 




30 




30 




30 




30 




30 




30 




30 




30 


- 


30 




30 




30 




30 




30 




30 




31 




104 




69-70 




so 




154 




35 




214-10 




216 




42-43 




2G2-265 




i}8 




45 




80-86 




130 




40 




85 




85 




152 




28 



44 



INDEX. 



Ill 



Fire department, expenses, ..... 98-101 

property, ...... 52-54 

roll of members, .... ^'303-3C8 

Fire hydrants, ..... . 198-203 

Fish and game wardens, ..... -14 

Eealth officers, . . . . . . .41 

Highway department, expenses, .... 105-127 

Hydrant expenses, ....... 130 

Hydrants, public, location. ..... 198-203 

private, location. ..... 203 

Incidentals and land damages, expenses, . . . 102-104 

Inspector of petroleum,, ...... 44 

inspector of electric wires, ..... 37 

interest, ........ 98 

Inventory of city property, ..... 52-64 

fire department, .... 52-54 

street department, .... 54-7)5 

police department, .... 55-56 

engineering department, . . . 56 

sewer department, .... 5657 

messenger's department, . . . 59-60 

auditor, ..... 59 

clerk's office, . . . . ;*> 

health department, .... 58 

liquor agency, ..... 58-59 

mayor's office, .... 58 

tax collectors office. .... 00 

sealer of weights and measures" office, . 58 

cemetery commissioner's office, . . 62 

park commissioner's department, . . 6C-62 

real estate, ..... 62-63 

recapitulation, .... 67 

water department. .... 6-1-07 

Justice police court, ...... 37 

special, ....... 37 

Legal expenses, ....... 129 

Librarian public library, ...... 34 

assistants. . . . . . . 34 

-Lighting streets, expenses, . ..... 130 

Penacook, . . . . . 134 

Liquor agency, ....... 134 

agent ....... 42 



Mayor . 

Mayors of Concord, list of 



28 
51 



Margaret Pillsbury General Hospital, expenses 

Memorial Day. expenses 
Millville cemetery expenses 

Moderators ..... 

Municipal regulations. 

Old North cemetery, expenses, . 
('pen air concerts, expenses, 

Park commissioners, 
Penacook park, expenses, 
sewer bond.-', 

precinct expense.*, . 
Penacook sewer precinct, sinking fund, 
Police and watch, expeusi s. . 
Police regular. .... 

special. ..... 

Polls, valuation and taxes, lsr.o to 1898. 

Poor, overseers of the, 

Population of the city, 

Pound-keeper, 

Precinct app oprial ions, 

speci il, 
Precinct expenses, 

funded debt, 
debt not funded, 
Printing and stationery, expenses, 
Property oi iii \, inventory, 

water department, inventory, . 
Public library, expenses, 
trustees. 

Recapitulation of citj debt, 

city property, 

propei ty water depart ineut. 

Registrar of vital statistics, 

Report ot auditor, .... 

board of health, 

city engineer, 

city marshal, . 

city physician, 

city solicitor, . 

city treasurer, 

city liquor agent, 

chief engineer, 

cemetery commissioners. 

i lerk of police court. 

committee on sewers and drain- 





154 




134 




151 




50 




2 


1 51 1 


151 




154 




42 




136 


s;i 84 


152 


154 


127 


4 y 
128 




38 




39 


69-70 




-in 




OS 




45 




M 




130 


. 8 


-82 




82 


1 28 


129 


• >_ "i 
. 04 t-7 


132 


134 


. 33 :;i 




si; 




07 




07 




41 


158 


166 


• . . 236 


2t(i 


22 I 


-231 


270 


-274 


259 


261 


276 


2711 


, . 94 '.>■ 


280 


281 


290 


308 




287 




275 


, . . 217- 


218 



Report of commissioner of highways, . . 204-210 
collector of taxes, .... 219-220 

engineer of pumping station, . . . 188 

health officer, . . 241-249 

librarian of city library, . 234-235 
mortality of city. .... 251-258 

overseer of the poor, . . 2G2—265 

park commissioners, . . . 282 2S6 

supeirntendent of water works, . . 179-18(3 

trustees of of public library, . . .232-233 

Rollins park, expenses, ... . 135 43(5 

Roll of the Are department, . . . 303-308 

Salaries, expenses, ... • 1;>1 

Sanitary officer, . . 41 

School boards, district No. 20, . 30 

town district, . -^.. 

School districl No. 20 bonds, . . s;i 

Schools, expen-es, .... joq 

Sealers of leather. ... . j- 
Sealer of vveig .ts and measures, 
Selectmen, ... 
Sewers, expense of, 
Stair lax. .... 

Schedule of pipe and gates . jq.i , () - 

Stewards, fire stations, . . ... 

Superintendent of city clocks, ., ( . 

Superintendent of city water works, ■ ;-, 

Supervis ■ uv> of check-lists, ,g .,. 

Sur\ t-\ ors of masonry . ,,. . - 

painting . . . j,; 

stone ■ • . . . 17 

\\ ood, lumber, and bark, 47 

Tables of vital statistics, . . . ,14 

Truant officers, . . -,.. 

Trust funds, .... . 71-70 

Abbott. William . -3 

Adams, S. M. K. . jg 

Allison, Mary B. 73 

Atherton, Alonzo ... . 73 

Bailey, Abbie, L. Sanborn . . . 73 

Benson, Matilda .... .7;! 

Bixby, Ellen < ;. ... 7;; 

Blaisdell, James I). ..... 7;; 

Blaisdell, Timothy K. . 73 

Blanchard, Emily P. . . 73 



45 

48 I 'j 
131 132 

is 



y [ INDEX. 

Trust Funds, 

Boutoo, Nathaniel • 

Bradford, James • 

Buuton, Mary N. Preston 

Butters, Harriet \V. 

Caldwell, B. F. • 

Carter, Nathan F. • 

Cemetery Blossom Hill, • 

East Concord, . . • • '_- 

Millville, • 'J 

Old North, • ~' 2 

72 
West Concord, • 



(ha Hi n, -lohu F. 

Cheeney, Lyman and Mary 1'. 

Ohesley, Samuel M. 

Clark, Caroline . 

( lough. Frederick 

Clough. George 

Clough, Mrs. N. F. 

Colburn, Amos L. 

Cooper, Mrs. .losiah 

< row. Mary 

Curtis, ilas 

Danforth, Cordelia A. 

Danforth, ('has. S. 

Drown, Matilda 

Fast man, Seth 

Eaton, Step! en B. 

Edgerly, Lydia F. 

Ela, Georgiana F. 

Farnum, Mary M. 

Farley, Lydia A. 

Ferrin, Alvah C. 

Fogg, George G. 

Fowler, Asa. 

French, Theodore 

Gale, Daniel E. 

Gale, John D. 

Gear, John 

Gilbert, Harvey J. 

Glover and Osgood, 

Goss, H. A. and F. A. 

Hadley, Betsey , 

Harding. Geo. M. 

Hart, Mary D. 

Herbert, Mary 



::! 
::{ 

73 
73 

< ;> 
7:J 
73 

7:5 

7:; 

73 
73 

73 

74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 
74 



IKDEX. VJ1 



Trust funds : 



Hoit, J. Frank ...... 74 

Hoyt, Elislia and Sarah C. .... 74 

Jloyt, Jacob ..... .74 

Jlutchius, Mrs. Samuel .... 74 

Irish, Sarah E. ...... 74 

Kimball, John and B. A. . . . 74 

Kimball, Joseph S. ...... 74 

Knowlton, Edward L. ... 74 

Lang, Abigail W. ..... . 75 

Lark-in, B. L. ..... 75 

Liueolu and Forrester .... 7."> 

Lincoln, J. L. . . . . . . . 75 

Little, J. W. and E. J. . . . . . 75 

Locke, William T. ..... 7:> 

Lvon, G. Parker, ...... 72 

Mann, II. A. ....... 75 

McCauley, John .... .75 

McQuesten, Green ough and Evarts . . . 75 

McQuesten, 'ames . . . . . . 75 

Matthews, II W. and H. O. . . . 75 

Merrill, C. H. . . . . . . 75 

Merrill, J. B. . . . . . . .75 

Merrill, S. F. ..... . 75 

Moody, (has. ...... 75 

Morrill, Samuel and David L. .... 7:> 

Moses, Mary .1. ..... 75 

Newhall, Mrs. C. H. . 75 

Nutter, Eliphalet S. . . . . . 75 

Odlin, Woodbridge ... .75 

Ord way, Eugene A. . 75 

Osgood, David ..... 71 

Osgood, True ...... 75 

Page, William ...... 75 

Paige, Cyrus W. . . . . . . 7:, 

Pecker, Mrs. E. A. . . . . . 75 

Phipps, Hannah E. ... .75 

Pierce, Franklin .... . 72 

Pitman, W. II. ..... 75 

Pixley, Mrs. S. Lizzie ..... 75 

Keed, George L. .*.... 75 

Richardson, Hiram ..... 70 

Richardson, Judith A. . . . . .7c. 

Rollins, E. II. . ... . . . 76 

Bumford, Countess of ... .71 



vin 



Trust funds; 

Russell, Muses W. . 

Sanborn, Jonathan 

Sargent, John B. 

Sargent, Jonathan 

Shaw, Hilary A. 
Smith, A. s. 

Smith, M. W. 

Stickney, Nathan 

Southmaid, Hattie R. 

Stuart, 'I'll as 

Sweetser, Abigail 

Tebbitts, II. B. 

Tenney, Nelson 

Tenncy, Barriel X. 

Thorne, John C. 

Tidd, Pliny 

Dpham, Eliza W. 

Valpey, Thomas 

Walker, A.bial 

Walker, Mary E. 

Walker, Timothy and Abigail B 

Wentworth, Paul . 

Whittredge, George F. 

Williams, Mary 

Woodruff, Roberl 

M oodward, E. W. 
Trustees of public library 
Undertakers, 
Tnion School district bonds, 

appropriations 
Valuation from i860 in L897 
\ ital statistics, births 
deaths, 
marriages, 
Ward elnks. 
Water commissioners, 

department, 

expenses, 
receipts, 

report appendix, 
Weighers of bay and eon I 
West Concord sewer precinct, bonds, 

expensi 
sinking 
Whiu. park, expenses, 



s. 
fund. 



76 
76 
7G 
76 

76 

. 76 
70 
76 
76 
76 
7ii 
76 
76 
7<1 
76 
76 
76 
72 
71 
7fi 
76 
;<■ 
76 
76 
76 

7<; 
33-34 
43-44 

83 

02 

. 60-70 

.? 12-324 

325-G45 

347-360 

50 

35 

171 

1 7!)-] 82 

170 

189-203 

46 

84-85 

153 

85 

134-135 



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