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ANNUAL STATEMENT 




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OF THE 



CITY OF CHARLESTOWN, 



Financial Year ending February 28, 1867. 





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W. & E.HOWE, PRINTERS, 39 MERCHANTS ROW. 

1867. 



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ANNUAL STATEMENT 



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OF THE 



CITY OF CHARLESTOWN 



Financial Year ending February 28, 1867. 




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W. & E. HOWE, PRINTERS, 39 MERCHANTS ROW. 

1867. 

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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CITY TREASURER. 



In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, March 11th, 1867. 

Referred to the Joint Standing Committee on Finance, and sent 
down for concurrence. 

DANIEL WILLIAMS, City Clerk. 



In Common Council, March 11th, 1867. 
Referred in concurrence. 

JOHN T. PRIEST, Clerk. 



Dr. city of CHARLESTOWN, in Account to 

To amount paid on City Pay Bolls of 1866— 7, $379,625 84 

« «' Soldiers' Pay KoUs of 1866— 7, 33,243 26 

" « City Deferred Roll, 23,858 87 

" " Soldiers' Deferred Roll, 16 00 

" " City Notes Payable, 

« « State Tax, 55,440 00 

" " County Tax, 14,693 73 

" " Interest on City Bonds and Loans, 29,045 58 

" " Interest on " Water Bonds," 39,857 50 

" " Interest on "'Water Loan," 7,800 00 

" " Water Bond, No. 327 

" Cash on hand to balance, 



412,869 10 



23,874 87 
379.450 00 



70,133 72 



76,703 08 
1,000 00 
57,764 27 



$1,021,795^04 



March 1, 1867, with LINUS E. PEARSON, City Treas'r, Cr. 

By Cash on hand, per last account, $13,782 14 

" from Sales of Water Bonds, ....' 312,665 10 

«' '« Loans City Notes, 238,850 00 

« " Taxes Collected, 1864, 6 13 

" " « " 1865, 25,024 57 

" '« « « 1866, 319,084 74 

344,115 44 



State, on " State Aid " account, 25,004 00 

« for Militia Bounty, 5,967 00 

« for proportion School Fund, 817 65 

" for Armory Kent, 2,466 00 

34,254 65 

Water Board, for " Water Rates," 50,587 03 

" " " Sale of Old Building-, 600 00 

51,187 03 

for Drain Assessments, 5,170 88 

for Interest on Notes , &c., due City, 3,482 51 

for Interest accrued on Water Bonds sold, 4,192 51 



S. & G. Williams, account Sale of Wharf to them, . . 3,500 00 
F. Hopkins, Jr., " " " to him, .. 1,000 00 



7,675 02 



4,500 00 

« Sale of Old Hose, " Fire Department," ' 85 75 

" Sundries, account " Kepair of Streets," 255 29 

for Court Fees, Witnesses, &c., " Police account," 96 95 

from Sale of Old Building, account " Support of Poor," .. 582 98 

Sundries for Land, account " Laying out Streets," 308 10 

for Fines, Catalogues, &c., "Public Library," ........... 249 94 

for sale Land to J. H olbrook, Baldwin Street, 33 00 

from Burial Fees, " Health Department," 31 00 

for Sundry Payments on " Notes Receivable," 800 00 

received Bequest of Jacob Foss, from Executors, 3 760 00 

Sundries, per account of " Contingencies " — 

Kecording Mortgages,, 114 24 

Marriage Licenses, 170 00 

Rents of City Hall, , . 1^372 25 

Swine Licenses, , I49 qq 

Circus Licenses, 150 (jo 

Kents from City Property, &c., ....... ......„,„ 1436 28 



3,391 77 



$1,021,795 04 



Dr. balance SHEET, 

City Property, $183,323 27 

Motes Keceivable, 38,599 75 

Interest Account, 6,796 98 

Interest on Water Loan, • 18,450 00 

Interest on Water Bonds, 75,912 92 

Income of A. Babcook's Legacy, 1 48 

Charlestown Five Cents Savings Bank, 3,316 52 

Citizens' Bounty Befunded, ............ 33,531 20 

Water Construction Account, » 932,557 17 

State Aid, 13,026 05 

Recruiting Account, 184,637 51 

Cash, 57,764 27 

Fountain and Water Ceiebratioa, 7,599 54 

Fire Department, 719 32 

Support of Water Works, 30,562 40 

Drain and Sewers, 1,261 25 

Contingencies, 2,845 89 

School Contingencies, «. 2,244 16 

Steam Engine, No. 8, .. ..... .... 251 7S 

New Hose, 2,161 56 

Collector of Taxes of 1865, 963 75 

Collector of Taxes of 1866, 27,293 25 

Soldiers' Relief, 33,014 15 

Futnam School Furniture, 1,263 83 

Militia Bounty, 724 00 

TExtra Appropriations, ..........i... ......... a.... .......... .......... 33,500 00 



$1,642,321 01 



City of Charlestown, February 28, 1867. Cr. 

Soldiers' Deferred EoU $ 6,881 71 

City Deferred RoU, 40,907 08 

Notes Payable, 142,200 00 

City Bonds, 188,000 00 

Water Loan Bonds, 958,000 00 

Water Kates, 93,333 36 

Water Loan, 130,000 00 

Water for Schools, 1,935 51 

Police, 202 43 

Repair of Streets, 2,026 04 

Fuel and Lighting, , , 1,460 79 

Repair of School Houses, 1,996 33 

Armory Kent, 572 50 

Health Department, 134 68 

Public Library, 133 20 

Taxes of 1864, 19,123 95 

A. Babcock's Legacy, 2,850 00 

Salaries of City Officers, 322 85 

Salaries of Teachers 312 01 

Purchase and Care of Trees 213 25 

Support of Poor, 4 45 

New Lamps and Fixtures, 290 91 

Jacob Foss' Bequest, 3,760 00 

Laying Out Streets, , , 1,048 35 

Fuel for Schools, 1,188 90 

Refunding of Taxes, 970 08 

Unappropriated Taxes, 3,852 63 

Reduction of City Debt, 28,100 00 

Elm Street Engine House, 12,500 00 



$1,642,321 01 



CITY OF CHARLESTOWN. 



April, 22d, 1867. 

The Joint Standing Committee on Finance, to whom was referred 
the City Treasurer's Statement of his Receipts and Expenditures 
for the financial year ending February 28th, 1867, — Report, That, 
after due examination, they iind the same to be correctly cast and 
sustained by proper vouchers ; and that the balance in his hands, at 
that date, was fifty-seven thousand seven hundred and sixty-four 
dollars and twenty-seven cents. 

Said Committee, in conformity with a City Ordinance requiring 
the same, have also caused to be prepared, and now lay before the 
City Council, a detailed statement of the Expenditures of the City 
for the said financial year, with a statement of the City Debt, a 
Schedule of City Property, and the estimated value thereof. And 
they recommend that one thousand copies of the same be printed 
for distribution among the citizens. 

LIVERUS HULL, 

THOMAS B. HARRIS, 

CHARLES F. SMITH, f Committee 

JOHN LINSCOTT, \ m 

AMOS BROWN, ( Finance. 

L. R. BINGHAM, 

JAMES SWORDS, 



In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, April 22, 1867. Report 
accepted, and sent down for concurrence. 

DANIEL WILLIAMS, City Clerk. 



In Common Council, April 22, 1867. 
Accepted in concurrence : 

John T. Peiest, Clerk. 



CITY OF CHARLESTOWN. 



Ordered, That the Joint Standing Committee on Finance be, and 
are hereby instructed to cause one thousand copies of the detailed 
Statement of Receipts and Expenditures for the financial year 
ending February 28th, 1867, to be printed for the use of the citi- 
zens, and that the City Clerk give public notice when the same 
are ready for distribution. The expense thereof to be charged to 
the Appropriation for Contingencies. 



In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, April 22, 1867. Order pass- 
ed and sent down for concurrence. 

DANIEL WILLIAMS, City Clerk. 



In Common Council, April 22, 1867. 
Concurred : 

John T. Priest, Clerk. 



EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE 

FINANCIAL YEAR ENDING FEBRUARY 28, 1867. 



SALARIES OF CITY OFFICERS. 

Charles Robinson, Jr., Mayor, SI, 000 00 

Linus E. Pearson, City Treasurer, 1,800 00 

Daniel Williams, City Clerk, 1800 00 

J. Q. A. Griffin, City Solicitor, three months, to June 1, 125 00 

Chas. Robinson, Jr., Acting City Solicitor, from June 1, 375 00 

George T. Currier, City Messenger, to May 28, 1866, 141 36 

S. P. Kelley, disbursements for temporary Messenger, 22 00 
Samuel L. Harding, City Messenger, from June 19, 1866, 525 05 

Henry A. Rice, Superintendent of Streets, 1,000 00 

S. P. Kelley, City Marshal, 1,800 00 

S. P. Kelley, Health Officer, 100 00 

S. P. Kelley, Superintendent of Burials, 100 00 

Samuel R. Brintnall, Chief Engineer, 300 00 

Israel P. Magoun, Assistant " 100 00 

George E. Rogers, " " lOO 00 

Barrent V. Dennis, « « lOO 00 

Henry P. Goodwin, " " 100 00 

Henry P, Goodwin, Clerk of Engineers, 75 00 

Thomas Greenleaf, Chairman of Assessors, 800 00 

Caleb Rand, Assessor, 400 00 

Enos Merrill, " 400 00 

Joseph F. Boyd, Assistant Assessor, 94 00 

P. S. Briggs, " " 72 00 

F. 0. Reed, " " 68 OO 

D. B. Weston, " " 52 00 

Wm. B. Morse, Liquor Agent, balance of salary, 86 45 
Sundry persons, for services in offices of City Clerk and 

Treasurer, 282 41 

$11,518 27 
Amount appropriated, $11,725 00 

Balance from last year, 116 12 

11,841 12 
Amount expended, 11,518 27 

Balance, $822 85 



12 



EXPENDITURES. 



SUPPORT OF SCHOOLS. 



SALARIES OF TEACHERS. 



Caleb Emery, 

Alfred P. Gage, 

George Swan, . 

B. F. S. Griffin, 

William Baxter, 

Joseph B. Morse, 

John H. Twombly, Superintendent, 

"William H. Goodwin, Music, 

John G. Adams, 

Caleb Murdock, 

W. E. Eaton, 

Austin V. Tilton, 

Katharine Whitney, 

Christiana Rounds, 

Annie M. Turner, 

Mary A. Davis, 

Mary G. Prichard, 

Sophia W. Page, 

Frances M. Read, 

Martha Blood, 

Abbie B. Fiske, 

Mary M. Ginn, 

Mary A. Smith, 

Josephine M. Flint, 

Mary S. Thomas, 

Abbie F. Crocker, 

Martha B. Stevens, 

Celia E. C. Goodspeed, 

Eldora A. Pickering, 

Lydia S. Jones, 

Bernice A. DeMerritt, 



$2,000 00 

1,600 00 

1,600 00 

1,600 00 

1,600 00 

1,600 00 

1,833 33 

1,300 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 

916 67 

83 33 

775 00 

699 96 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

575 00 

537 50 

537 50 

500 00 

500 00 

475 00 

475 00 

475 00 

475 00 

475 00 

475 00 

475 00 

475 00 



Amount carried forward, $27,258 29 



EXPENDITURES. 



13 



Amount brought forward, 



H. E. Deering, 
Mary A. Osgood, 
Maria Brown, 
Margaret Veazie, 
V. A. M. L. Dadlejj 
Henrietta J. Merrill, 
Abby M. Clark, 
Arabella P. Moulton^ 
Mary F. Goldthwait, 
Harriet E. Frye, 
Elsie A. Woodwardy 
Marthaette Lees, 
Sarah M. Chandler^ 
Mary C. Sawyer 
Ellen C. Dickinson, 
Maria T. Savage,, 
Lydia A. Sears, 
Ann E. Weston, 
Susan H. Williamsj, 
Fannie B. Hall, 
Lois A. Rankin, 
Mary E. Taylor, 
Julia A. Worcester,. 
Martha M. Kenrick^ 
Marietta Bailey, 
Elizabeth W. Yeatouj. 
Maria J. Smith, 
Malvina B. Skiltony 
Jenny D, Smith, 
Ellen Hadley, 
Ellen M. Armstead, 
Catharine W. Trowbridge, 
Louisa A. Pratt, 
Sarah E. Smith, 
C. M. W. Tilden, 



Amount carried forward, 



27,258 29 


497 


59 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


GO 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475. 


00 


475 


OO 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


475 


00 


470 


02 


475 


00 


462 


50 


456 


25 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


$43,619 65 



14 



Elizabeth R. Brower, 
Susan E. Etheridge, 
Louisa W. Huntress, 
Matilda Gilman, 
Catharine C. Brower, 
Harriet C. Estabrook, 
Annie R. Stearns, 
Frances M. Lane, 
Caroline A. Rea, 
Lucy J. Simonds, 
Martha J. Yeaton, 
H. A. T. Dadley, 
Frances A. Marden, 
Almira Delano, 
Fanny B. Butts, 
M. J, A. Conley, 
Lucy M. Small, 
Mary E. Tate, 
Martha C. Brainerd, 
Sarah A. Goodell, 
Martha A. Spinney, 
Mary Anna Blanchard, 
Mary E. Rice, 
Susan V. Prescott, 
Frances T. Lothrop, 
Augusta A. Brown, 
Abby L. Swan, 
Annie M. Swan, 
Joanna S. Putnam, 
Helen G. Turner, 
Mary A. Foster, 
Annie E. Carr, 
Fanny A. Foster, 
Georgianna Hamlin, 
Georgianna Sawyer, 



EXPENDITURES. 




Amount brought forward, $43,619 65 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


450 


00 


431 


25 


431 


25 


425 


00 


425 


00 


412 


50 


412 


50 


400 


00 


412 


50 


400 


00 


378 


85 


S56 


25 


S43 


75 


370 


83 


307 


37 


250 


00 


237 


50 


274 04 


237 


50 


237 50 


268 


25 


271 


50 


225 


00 


237 


50 


200 


00 


212 


50 


212 


50 


Amount earned forward, $56,040 49 



EXPENDITURES 


• 


15 


Amount brought forward. 


$56,040 49 


R. J. Prescott, 




212 50 


Mary F. Jaquith, 




212 50 


Judith C. Walker, 




176 93 


S. E. Frye, 




171 64 


Carrie C. Smith, 




166 00 


EUzabeth G. Prichard, 




161 52 


Susan Bancroft, 




106 25 


E. C. Jones, 




128 20 


Josephine A. Lees, 




67 35 


Anna P. Crane, 




33 33 


Isabel "Washburn, 




33 33 


Mary J. Burgess, 




89 87 


A. C. Barber, 




85 78 


E. J. Prescott, 




49 03 


Francena J. Sawyer, 




49 05 


Miss Tuck, 




49 05 


Fanny E. Dewey, 




98 08 


Helen A. Porter, 




98 08 


Lucy L. Burgess, 




69 46 


Mary E. Morse, 




8 17 


Mary C. Jones, 




4 67 


Julia Packard, 




11 54 


Mary R. De Costa, 




1 12 


F. A. Downing, Secretary, 




200 00 


"William H. Finney, Treasurer, 




150 00 


Abijah Blanchard, Messenger, 




500 00 




$58,973 94 


Amount appropriated, (including $817.55 






from State,) 


$58,651 65 




Balance from last year. 


634 30 






$59,285 95 




Amount expended. 


58,973 94 




Balance, 


$312 01 





16 



EXPENDITURES. 



SCHOOL CONTINGENCIES. 



Moses Eastman, Care of School Rooms, &c., 


$392 87 


Daniel Conant, 


(( 


(( 


574 23 


J. S. Cunningham, 


it 


<( 


636 12 


Heming Ericcson, 


a 


« 


241 50 


Sylvester Osgood, 


a 


a 


138 00 


J, S. Meserve, 


a 


u 


41 25 


Joseph Joshua, 


a 


a 


46 00 


S. L. Harding, 


u 


u 


13 00 


J. Allen, 


ii 


u 


10 00 


Martha Conway, 


a 


i( 


135 30 


Catharine Keenan, 


a 


(( 


100 00 


Ann Taylor, 


a 


(( 


100 00 


Rosanna Collins, 


a 


li 


77 00 


Eliz'th J. Scriggins, 


li 


11 


45 67 


Mary Gartland, 


i( 


(( 


30 00 


Bridget Kelley, 


u 


61 


30 00 


Catharine Rogers, 


i( 


11 


30 00 


Susan Johnson, 


« 


li 


30 00 


Mrs. James Moore, 


(( 


11 


46 83 


Bridget Sheehan, 


(( 


11 


26 00 


Mary Ann Duffee, 


a 


(C 


15 00 


Margaret O'Brien, 


ii 


li 


15 00 


Helen G. Turner, 


(t 


il 


15 00 


Charles F. Blanchard, labor. 




30 00 


Timothy Donovan, 


li 




25 00 


Charlestown Gas Company, 


Gas and Pipe, 


37 36 


George R. Kelso, Chairs, 




6 35 


John G. Jones, Books and Stationery, 


7 55 


G. W. Hobbs, " 


ii 


<( 


2 80 


A. E. Cutter, " 


ii 


11 


1,915 99 


Edwin Ginn, " 






322 70 


Lee & Shepard, " 






8 75 


A. H. Allen, Rent, 






283 34 


Harvard Church, Rent, 




100 00 



Amount carried forward, 



),428 61 



EXPENDITURES. 



17 



Amount brought forward, 
Universalist Society, Rent, 
Josiah Brackett, " 

G. H, Harden, Window Shades, 
S. P. Hill, Mats, Brushes, &c., 
George B. "Woodi'ufF, Hardware, 
Edward 0. Webster, Locks, Keys, Repairs, 
J. S. Meserve, " 

Jacob Junio, " 

Thomas Sprague, Wool Skins, 
John McLoud, Repairs, Hardware, &c., 
Frank A. Titus, Funnel, 

William B. Moore & Son, Stoves, Repairs, &c.. 
Griffin Gibson, " " 

Charles H. Wing. « '> " 

Caleb Larkin, Iron Work, 
J. Ham, « « 

Charles H. Bigelow, Carpentry, 
N. Shattuck, " 

George T. Currier, " 

Amos Brown, " 

S. T. Prescott, " 

G. M. Starbird, " 

A. J. Harmon, Repair of Windows, 
Kendall & Wentworth, Repairing Chairs, 
W. G. Shattuck, Inkstands, 
American Tablet Company, Blackboards, 
C. L. Lothrop, Mason Work, 
Dennis Kelly, " " 

R. R. Wiley, " " 

Jasper Stone, Clocks and Repairs, 
Tufts & Edmands, Water Keg, 
A. W. Locke, Printing, 
E. C. Bailey, " 

Caleb Rand, « 

A. G. Osgood, Papering, 



$5,428 


61 


200 


00 


225 


00 


98 


00 


191 


90 


130 


62 


6 


05 


7 


74 


25 


98 


6 


00 


130 


03 


19 


50 


72 


66 


130 


65 


286 


88 


9 


05 


12 


25 


101 


32 


6 


30 


29 


68 


144 


43 


33 


17 


141 


81 


161 


00 


1 


90 


18 


00 


52 


93 


37 


60 


38 


99 


97 


87 


133 


05 


3 


50 


324 


00 


201 


00 


9 


50 


28 


05 



Amount carried forward. 



^,545 02 



18 EXPENDITURES. 

Amount brought forward, $8,545 02 

J. A. D. Worcester, Paper and Hanging, 15 35 

C. P. Brooks, Whitewashing, 142 00 
Mystic Water Board, Water Rates, 200 00 
Cyrus Carpenter & Co., Cleaning Furnaces, 12 87 
a. W. Walker & Co., " « 1175 
Joseph L. Ross, School Furniture, 242 92 

A. J. Carter, " " 47 23 
H. W. Homer, Repair of « 20 00 

D. B. Perkins, " « 5 88 
H. G. Waldron, Glazing, 1 50 
Mark Pope, Painting, 12 37 
Rufus Mason, Glazing and Painting, 254 24 

B. W. Gage, Crockery, 8 33 
Bailey & Gilman, Repair Gas Pipes, 2 08 
William H. DeCosta, Advertising, 3 50 
Abijah Blanchard, Repairs and Disbursements, 133 28 



Amount expended, $9,658 32 

Deficiency last year, 785 84 



$10,444 16 
Amount appropriated, 8,200 00 



Deficiency, $2,244 16 



),658 32 



FUEL FOR SCHOOLS. 

S. & E. Knight, Wood and Coal, $3,963 25 

John Callahan, Labor on Fuel, 179 47 

John Welch, " " " 32 00 

William Toomey, " " " 9 38 

Amount carried forward, $4,184 10 



EXPENDITURES. 19 



J. S. Cunningham, Shavings, 
Moses Eastman, " 

Daniel Conant, " 

H. Ericcson " 

A. Blanchard, Care of Fuel, 



Amount appropriated, 
Balance last year, 



Amount expended, 
Balance, 



Lount brought forward. 


$4,184 10 

34 75 

4 50 

4 50 

6 75 

16 00 


$4,000 00 
1,439 50 


$4,250 60 


$5,439 50 
4,250 60 




$1,188 90 





REPAIR OF SCHOOL HOUSES. 



K. R. Wiley, Mason Work, 


$1,359 23 


Wm. W- Bray, " " 


188 50 


C. L. Lothrop, " 


9 13 


A. Campbell, Plumbing, 


181 10 


Chas. H. Wing, " 


24 70 


George M. Starbird, Carpentry, 


495 53 


N. Shattuck, " 


516 93 


John B. Wilson, " 


419 68 


Rufus Mason, Painting, 


97 84 


H. G. Waldron, " and Glazing, 


7 35 


Hittinger, Cook & Co., Iron Work, 


24 35 


Sidney Patch, Labor on Gate, 


24 33 


E. M. Plummer, Hardware, 


6 74 


W. C. Haskell & Son, School Furniture, 


818 00 


Joseph L. Ross, " " 


55 00 



Amount carried forward, $4,178 41 



20 EXPENDITURES. 

Amount brought forward, $4,178 41 

George H. Harden, Shades and Fixtures, 30 00 

J. H. Twombly, Office Eent, six months, 100 00 

Catharine Badger, Desks, &c., 28 00 



Amount appropriated. 
Balance from last year, 



Amount expended, 

Balance, $1,996 33 



$6,000 00 

332 74 


$4,336 41 


$6,332 74 
4,336 41 





WATER FOR SCHOOLS. 



A. Campbell, Plumbing, 
L. H. Hayward, " 



Amount appropriated, 
Balance of last year, 



Amount expended, 

Balance, $1,935 51 





$270 17 
32 00 


$1,500 00 
737 68 


$302 17 


$2,237 68 
302 17 





EXPENDITURES. 21 

NEW SCHOOL. (Baldwin Street.) 

John B. Wilson, Builder, 

James H. Rand, Architect, 

T. & J. Doane, Jr., Surveyor, 

J. F. & F. L. Oilman, Stone Work, 

A. C. Sanborn & Co., " " 

William A. Oreutt, Lightning Rods, 

$66,939 83 



,64,262 


54 


1,830 


00 


50 


08 


538 


96 


83 


00 


175 


25 



SCHOOL FUKNITURE. (Baldwin Street.) 

WilUam O. Haskell & Son, Furniture, 
S. W. Crocker, " 

Joseph L. Ross, " 

George E. Morrill, " 



$550 


00 


220 


11 


325 


24 


168 


48 



$1,263 83 



POLICE DEPAETMENT, 

Charles Burcham, Captain, Police Services, $1,103 64 

R. T. Whittier, « " 1,003 75 

Benj. Wmiams, " « 1,004 75 

R. W. Sprague, « " 1,001 00 

D. C. Brennen, « « 1^003 75 

Wm. H. Brown, « « 992 75 

James W. Burckes, " « 981 74 

Charles Stone, « " 988 25 

Allen Stone, « " 977 62 

A. E. Dodge, « « 966 62 



Amount carried forward, $10,023 87 



22 



EXPENDITURES. 



Thomas W. Sargent, 
Samuel Palmer, 
Ephraim Tarbox, 
Wm. G. Plummer, 
R. S. Randall, 
William Harris, 
Thomas C. Vose, 
Seth Thing, 
John H. Brown, 
Orison Little, 
William Tobin, 
Joseph H. Knox, 
Charles E. Fuller, 
Heming Ericson, 
Thomas C. Kelley, 
Jeremiah H. Pearson, 
Abijah Blanchard, 
John Studley, 
S. H. Baker, 
T. F. Igraham, 
Perez R. Jacobs, 
Edwin F. Wright, 
George T. Currier, 
John McLoud, 
James Miskelley, 
L. P. Young, 
L. D. Whittier, 
Clark D. Gary, 
S. L. Harding, 
J. McDonald, 
Isaac C. Collins, 
G. S. Collins, 
J. C. Burbank, 
Edward Miskelly, 



Amount brought forward. 


$10,023 87 


Police Services, 


959 74 


a 


a 


947 92 


i( 


(. 


945 98 


u 


u 


941 50 


a, 


11 


937 00 


a 


ii 


926 75 


ii 


(i 


903 37 


a 


a 


915 75 


i( 


.1 


902 00 


a 


it 


824 99 


u 


ii 


752 13 


i( 


a 


896 50 


i( 


a 


777 87 


li 


a 


271 48 


a 


a 


654 50 


11 


a 


107 25 


a 


a 


104 74 


li 


ii 


98 98 


a 


ii 


81 00 


a 


(( 


64 61 


a 


a 


43 37 


It 


a 


30 24 


ti 


a 


27 11 


(I 


ii 


12 37 


« 


a 


13 25 


(( 


u 


25 75 


a 


ii 


9 61 


« 


ii 


8 25 


(( 


a 


e 87 


(( 


(i 


5 49 


(( 


ii 


5 49 


(( 


11 


4 12 


(( 


ii 


5 50 


(( 


carried forward. 


5 50 


Amount 


$23,240 85 



EXPENDITURES. 23 

Amount brought forward, $23,240 85 

J. H. Bryant, PoKce Services, 2 75 

Alexander Morley, " " 2 75 

Patrick Austin, « <. 2 75 

Hannah SuUivan, "Washing Poors, 24 26 

D. Evans & Co., Badges, 3O 00 
Wm. Read & Sons, Handcuffs, 27 00 

A. E. Cutter, Stationery, 35 37 
S. F. Sawyer, Meals for Prisoners, 61 09 
Caleb Rand, Printing, 27 00 
C. L. Lothrop, Whitewashing, 14 50 
Boston Ice Co., Ice, 13 25 

B. S. Hussey, Feather Duster, q 00 
Dr. A. B. Bancroft, Medical Services, 5 00 
Wm. B. Moore & Son, Stove Repairs, 4 50 
A. N. Swallow, Sundries, 2 10 

E. H. Cormier, Carriage Hire, 2 00 
Tapley & Co., Stove Repairs, 2 50 

F. A. Titus, Gas Fixtures, i 25 
Jacob Junio, Keys, &c., 1 07 



$23,504 98 
Amount appropriated, $24,096 95 

« expended, $23,504 98 

Deficiency last year, 389 54 

— 23,894 52 

Balance, $202 43 



24 



EXPENDITURES. 



REPAIRS OF STREETS, 



James Reardon, 


Labor on 


Streets, 


$755 20 


George A. Brown, 


(( 


(( 


714 37 


Cornelius Broderick, 


a 


11 


712 12 


Edwin Brown, 


a 


11 


580 49 


Robert B. Cochran, 


i( 


li 


576 63 


William Casey, 


a 


n 


495 00 


Terence McManus, 


li 


li 


491 00 


Michael Higgins, 


u 


11 


423 00 


Thomas Flaherty, 


a 


il 


480 00 


Cornelius Galvin, 


u 


a 


420 00 


Lawrence Hewitt, 


(I 


u 


398 00 


John Waters, 


u 


il 


383 00 


Patrick Lally, 


« 


il 


353 00 


Patrick Fitzgibbon, 


it 


cc 


288 00 


Michael Campbell, 


u 


il 


273 00 


Andrew McAuhffe, 


u 


il 


164 00 


Stephen Joyce, 


11 


11 


119 00 


Philip Riley, 


u 


il 


194 00 


Wm. Gilmore, 


il 


il 


153 00 


James Riley, 


a 


il 


71 00 


James Kirby, 


u 


u 


39 00 


Jerry McCarty, 


it 


il 


34 00 


James O'Brien, 


a 


11 


36 00 


Thomas Linskey, 


u 


It 


20 00 


Dennis Nihan, 


a 


(( 


42 00 


John Nihan, 


a 


11 


16 00 


John Leary, 


il 


11 


36 00 


John Coakley, 


li 


(( 


28 00 


Timothy Carney, 


il 


11 


28 00 


John B. Sullivan, 


li 


(( 


34 00 


Thomas Connorton, 


it 


ii 


28 00 


John Irwin, 


il 


il 


34 00 


Jerry Hurley, 


a 


il 


28 00 



Amount carried forward. 



^,446 81 



EXPENDITURES. 



25 



Amount brought forward, 
Labor on Streets, 



Murtagh O'Brien, 

Patrick Harrigan, " " 

Thomas Kelley, " " 

Patrick Grady, " " 

Jerry Sullivan, " " 

Eugene Callahan, " " 

John Kevil, « " 

William McLoud, " " 

John Reynolds, " " 

Dennis Harrigan, " " 

Mick O'Leary, " " 

John Kenney, " " 

Patrick Brannan, " " 

Barney McDonough, " " 

John Rogers, " '' 

Patrick Sullivan, « « 

George Childs, " " 

Edward Butler, " " 

James Wilcox, " " 

Edward Ryan, « « 

Patrick Ahern, " " 

John Ambrose, " " 

Michael Hurley, " " 

Dennis Hurley, " " 

John Welsh, " 'i 

Donald McDonald, « « 

Timothy Hayes, « " 

Cornelius Buckley, " " 
Ames & Ball, Surveys and Plans, 
T. & J. Doane Jr., Surveys and Plans, 
J. H. Currier, Pick Handles, 
Turner Kidney & Co., Paving, 
P. O'Reardon, Use of Teams, 

John Donovan, " " 



Amount carried forward. 



$8,446 


81 


36 


00 


28 


00 


32 


00 


28 


00 


32 


00 


32 


00 


34 00 


47 


00 


38 


00 


42 


00 


30 


00 


21 


00 


36 


00 


21 


00 


32 


00 


30 


00 


21 


00 


16 


00 


34 00 


22 


00 


22 


00 


12 


00 


18 


00 


4 


00 


4 00 


5 


00 


4 00 


4 


00 


61 


55 


65 


81 


7 


50 


4,766 80 


30 


00 


203 


60 


$14,266 97 



26 



EXPENDITURES. 



Amount brought forward, 
Jesse U. Jones, Use of Team, 
Henry A. Rice, Disbursements, 
Nathan Tufts Jr., Grain, 
F. H. Burnham, Hay, 
M. W. Cavanagh, Hay, 
S. H. Fall, Hay and Lime, 

A. R. Boynton, Straw, 
M. Locke, Straw, 

B. S. Hussey, Sundries, 

James Gould, Removing Ashes and Rubbish, 

James F. Ginn, Salt and Soap, 

J. B. Burroughs, Tending Draw, P. P. Bridge, 

Charles West, Painting, 

W. W. Wheildon, Advertismg, 

Thomas D. Strand, Horse-shoeing, 

Cook & Co., Iron Work, 

Wm. Hattie, Blacksmithing, 

James Emery, " 

Mystic Water Board, Water Rates, 

Alexander Campbell, Hose Pipe, 

John Randall, Damages, Linden Street, 

James Mahoney, " Belmont Street, 

Edward M. Plummer, Hardware, 

T. M. Cutter, " 

T. G. Temple, Oil, &c, 

Philemon Davis, " 

John B. Carey, " 

T. F. Hunnewell, Cesspool Covers, 

John Bryant, " " 

Bay State Brick Company, Bricks, 

Charles J. Barry, Cement and Sand, 

Wellington Brothers, " 

Robert Todd, " 

Fred Lund, Buckets, 

David S. Tucker, Carpentry, 



,266 97 
93 82 

19 96 
515 30 

75 28 
163 64 
306 55 

21 93 

14 55 

5 50 

125 00 

2 10 

76 31 

1 75 

4 00 
110 99 

20 10 
28 99 

49 88 
9 25 

2! 74 

100 00 

100 00 

11 31 

23 34 

3 27 

2 70 

2 25 
169 25 

74 25 

153 00 

9 50 

50 00 

3 10 

5 00 
5 24 



Amount carried forward, $16,645 82 



EXPENDITURES. 



21 



Amount brought forward, $16,645 82 

R. R. Wiley, Mason Work, 189 00 

C. L. Lothrop, " " 22 00 
Warren Pollard, Street Stone, 518 14 
J. F. & F. L. Gilman, Stone Curbs, 175 53 

D. C. Hutchinson, Stone Covers, 50 00 
W. W. Bray, Setting Edgestones, 267 00 
Charles T. MuUett, Repairs of Harness, 29 49 
J. C. Miller, Harness Work, 87 
F. Hopkins, Jr., Lumber, 9 03 
Woodbury & McCuUis, Services, 15 31 
Jacob Caswell, Pump Repairs, 10 00 
John Turner, Land, 100 00 
Hugh Kelley, Grading Parker Street, 1,000 00 



$19,032 19 



Amount Appropriated, 
Balance from last year. 



Amount expended. 
Balance, 



$15,255 29 
5,802 94 

$21,058 23 
19,032 19 

$2,026 04 



LAYING OUT STEEETS. 

William W. Wheilden, Advertising and Printing, $25 75 

William H. DeDecosta, Printing, 11 05 

Hannah B. Sweetser, for Land on Arrow Street, 1,750 00 

Heirs of Simeon FUnt, « « " « 975 00 

Calvin Simonds, " « Mill " 200 00 

Moses A. Dow, " " City Square, 5,000 00 

Seth Barker, Heirs & al, " " Russell Street, 595 20 

Emri B. Stetson, " « Main " 775 00 



Amount carried forward. 



),332 00 



28 EXPENDITURES. 

Amount brought forward, $9,332 00 

Zachariah Bean, Damages, Belmont Street, 100 00 

R. Buchanan, Surveys and Plans, 38 00 

Ames & Ball, " " " 83 25 

James H. Rand, for Removing Steps from Union Street, 50 00 



Amount Appropriated, 
Balance from last year, 



Amount Expended, 
Balance, 



$8,308 10 
2,343 50 


$9,603 25 


$10,651 60 
9,603 25 




$1,048 35 





PUKCHASE AND CAEE OF TEEES. 

A. M. Simpson, Labor on Trees, 

Kendall Bailey, 

Jesse U. Jones, 

Pat Lally, 

Edwin Brown, 

Wm. Lydston, 

Thomas Barrett, Trees, 



Amount Appropriated, 
Balance from last year, 



Amount Expended, 

Balance, , $213 25 





$7 00 
4 50 




9 73 




20 00 




22 50 




33 00 




18 00 


$100 00 
227 98 


$114 73 


$327 98 
114 73 





EXPENDITURES. 



29 



WINTHROP SQUARE. 



A. Campbell, Care of Fountain, 
Turner, Kidney & Co., Paving, 
Michael Campbell, Labor, 
Stephen Joyce, " 

Patrick Fitzgibbon, " 
Michael Higgins, " 



$7 50 
3 17 

23 00 
17 00 
19 00 

24 00 



Balance from last year, 
Amount Expended, 



$93 67 
93 67 



$93 67 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Hose Company, No. 1, Services, &c., $400 00 

" " " 2, " " 400 00 

" " " 3, " " 400 00 

" " " 4, " « 400 00 

Steamer Hose Coinpany, " « 180 00 
Hook & Ladder ^' " " ' 600 00 

J, R. Gilbert, Steamer Engineer, seven months, 560 00 

Walter C. Hinckley, Steamer Engineer, five months, 400 00 

Isaac W. Brackett, " Fireman, 840 00 

Isaac W. Brackett, Extra Services, 8 00 

A. J. Boynton, Steamer Driver, 780 00 

A. J. Boynton, Extra Services, 13 75 

John Clifford, " " 2 00 

S. H. Amsden and others. Extra Services, 18 00 

Geo. E. Tyler " " " " 18 00 

William E. Delano, u u 23 50 

Edwin J. Barry, u « ^ ^q 

E. A. Barry, « « 3 qq 

F. J. Caswell, u « 24 00 



Amount carried forward. 



),051 75 



30 



EXPENDITURES. 



Care of Hydrants, 



Amount brought forward, 
C. S. Kimball and others, Extra Services, 
R. H. Lund, " " 
H. C. Bailey, " 
C. M. Glazier, " " 
C. Richardson, " " 
Wm. J. Jordan " 5 " 
Charles O. Richardson, 
Wai'ren Gardner, " " " 

S. R. Bx-intnall, and 95 others. Poll Taxes refunded, 
Somerville Fire Company, Refreshments, 
Cambridge " " " 

Hose Company, No. 1, " 

a (( '' 2 ^' 

li a u ^ a 

Steamer Fire Company, " 

Boston " " " 

Albert Chandler, Fire Police, 

A. D. Holbrook, " " 

Edward Miskelly, " " 

S. B. Marston, Horse Shoeing, 

J. H. Hathorn, Use of Horses, 

J. W. Noble, " " 

L. G. Leman, " " 

Chevalier & Dane, " " 

W. S. & G. O. Wiley, Use of Horses, 

J. Harrigan, " " 

A. E. Cutter, Stationery, 

C. F. Davis, Locks, Keys, Repairs, 

Geo. H. Webster, " " " 

Edw'd 0. Webster, " " " 

Joseph W. Welch, Repairs of Hose Carriage, 

Hose Company No. 3, " " " " 

Wm. Jeffers & Co., " " Steamer, 

White Manufacturing Company, Repairs of Lanterns, 



5,051 75 
20 00 

6 00 
20 00 

33 00 

34 00 
24 00 

101 25 
180 00 
192 00 
32 93 
10 00 
15 00 
60 00 

7 00 

8 00 

9 00 

24 00 

25 50 
22 50 
45 00 

3 00 
12 00 

4 00 

5 00 
25 00 

2 00 
4 35 



2 

6 

1 

11 

3 

568 71 
37 00 



50 
33 
75 
17 
00 



Amount carried forward. 



5,606 74 



EXPENDITURES. 31 

Amouut brought forwai^d, $6,606 74 

John McLoud, Repairs, 85 91 

A. Campbell, « 28 15 

J. A. Pearson, " 2 00 

A. A. Whittemore, Fuel for Steamer, 17 00 
P. H. Coffee, " and Oil, 5 16 
Fitz & Wmslow, " 345 97 
Charles J. Barry, " and Hay, 23 76 
Brooks & Stover, Hay, Grain, &c., 239 06 
John Bell, Hay, 42 09 
Nutting & Andrews, Iron Work, 31 75 
James Emery, " " 203 67 
Cook & Co., u u ^ 296 41 
Caleb Larkin, « « jg qq 
John Resterick, " " 3 00 
Mrs. J. R. Gilbert, Washing for Steamer Officers, 43 49 
Mrs. A. J. Boynton, " " u « 2j g^ 
H. R. Bishop & Co., Ladders, 349 97 
Moses Seavey, Damage to Ladder, 6 00 
Kendall & Delano, Repairing Chairs, 16 10 
Kendall & Wentworth, « " 3 59 
Campbell & Moore, Cleaning Steamer, 8 00 
Bailey & Gilman, Gas Fixtures, 6 25 
F. A. Titus, " " 2 15 
Bailey & Gilman, " " ^i qq 
H. P. Goodwin, Metallic Pipe, 10 00 

B. S. Hussey, Oil, Fluid, Leather, &c., 101 75 
F. L. Brown & Co., Oil, 70 87 
Corey & Goodwin, " Matches, Soap, &c., 92 22 
E. M. Plummer, Hardware, 8 73 
Charles H. Wing, " 40 45 
T. M. Cutter, " 7 82 
Chai'lestown Gas Company, Gas for Steamer House, 91 22 
William R. Bradford, L"on Castings, 29 86 
Mystic Water Board, Water Rates, 75 00 
J. S. Phipps, Reservoir Covers, 14 75 

Amount carried forward, $8,990 31 



32 EXPENDITURES. 

Amount brought forward, $8,990 31 

Earl Wyman, Reservoir Covers, 4 13 

J. Dickson, Harness Work, 52 59 

Charles H. Dennett, Damage to Store, 15 25 

John B. Ulmar, Badges, 10 50 

Anderson & Jones, " 49 10 

John B. Wilson, Carpentry, 359 21 

J. A. D. Worcester, Paper and Hanging, 20 17 

William B. Moore & Son, Hardware, 2 38 

Dennis Kelly, Whitewashing, " 7 50 

C. L. Lothrop, " Mason Work, &c., 212 46 

Otis Bailey, " 5 00 

C. P. Brooks, " 12 00 

Enoch J. Clark, Painting, 237 20 

McMath & Weston, " 17 65 

Rufus Mason, " and Glazing, 44 55 

H. W. Smith, « 50 00 

Oshea Lincoln, Glazing, 75 

George E. Tyler, Painting, 24 62 

J. C. Ham, " 12 00 

Engine Company, No. 2, Property on Engine, 100 00 

E. C. Bailey, Advertising, 63 99 

Caleb Rand, Printing, 80 50 

Hose Company, No. 2, Hand Hose, 15 00 

Brintnall & Maynard, Cloth, &c., 12 00 

Hunneman & Co., Hose and Repairs, 656 42 

J. F. Hunnewell, Repairs, 13 17 

John Bryant, " 62 00 

George E. Edmands, " 2 00 

George E. Rogers, Use of Wagon, 35 00 

Russell & Fitch, Moving Night Soil, 2 00 



Amount Expended, $11,169 45 

Amount Appropriated, $10,050 00 

Balance from last year, 400 13 10,450 13 

Deficiency, $719 32 



Ll,169 45 



EXPENDITURES. 



33 



NEW HOSE 



Joslah Gates, New Hose, 
Amount Expended, 
Deficiency last year, 



H,861 10 
2,336 21 



1,861 10 



Amount Appropriated, 
Deficiency, 



$4,197 31 
2,035 75 

$2,161 5Q 



DRAINS AND SEWEKS. 



John Waters, 
Patrick Lally, 
Andrew McAuliffe, 
Stephen Joyce, 
William Gilmore, 
Philip Riley, 
James Kirby, 
John Welch, 
William Casliman, 
Daniel Hurley, 
Patrick Fitzgibbon, 
Henry Cochran, 
Mick Campbell, 
R. B. Cochran, 
John Cochran, 
Cornelius Galvin, 
Mick Higguas, 
William Casey, 
Terence McManus, 
Thomas Flaherty, 



Labor on Drains, 



1203 00 
183 00 

183 00 

184 00 
189 00 
126 00 
116 60 

92 00 

62 00 

71 00 

42 00 

39 00 

32 00 

22 50 

19 00 

12 00 

10 00 

8 00 

4 00 

4 00 



Amount carried forward, $1,602 10 



34 EXPENDITURES. 



R. R. Wiley, Mason Work, 

J. E. Pray, " " 

S. H. Fall, Cement and Sand, 

Wellington Brothers, " " " 

Robert Todd, " « " 

Bay State Brick Co., Bricks, 

Turner, Kidney & Co., Paving, 

John B. Dearborn, Sales for Assessments^ 

R. Buchanan, Surveys and Plans, 

T. & J. Doane, Jr., « " " 

John B. Carey, Spikes, 

George E. Edmands, Oil, &c., 

T. F. Hunnewell, Cesspool Covers, 

F. Hopkins, Jr., Lumber, 

J. F. & F. L. Gilman, Stone Curbs, 

Cook, Rymes & Co., Iron Work, 

T. M. Cutter, Hardware, 

Henry A. Rice, Disbursements, 

John B. Wilson, Carpentry, 

Hugh Kelley, Teaming, 

W. W. Wheildon, Printing and Advertising. 

W. H. DeCosta, " '« « 



Amount expended, 
Deficiency last year, 



Amount appropriated^ 

Deficiency $1,261 25 



forward. 


$1,602 10 




1,866 19 




2,010 00 




86 55 




135 00 




168 44 




839 00 




158 67 




5 70 




153 50 




320 33 




. 48 




7 10 




7 40 




24 11 




54 15 




3 60 




2 25 




2 21 




12 00 




32 62 


r^ 


73 50 




12 60 




$7,577 50 


$7,577 50 




1,354 63 




$8,932 13 




7,670 88 





EXPENDITURES. 



35 



FUEL AND LIGHTING. 

Charles Burcham, Superintendent of Lamps, Services, $200 06 

J. S. Cunningham, Lamplighter, 480 00 

J. S. Cunningham, Jr., " 480 00 

R. S. Lufkin, " 480 00 

Daniel Conant, " 480 00 

Heming Ericcson, " 454 30 

Alexander Morley, " 252 60 

Bacchus Webster, " 172 00 

Thomas F. White, " 41 10 

John W. Bent, " 34 28 

Charlestown Gas Co., Gas — Street Lamps, 8,971 57 

" " " " in City Hall, 251 27 

" " " " " City Hall Building, 533 36 

" « " " " Ward Room, Wd. 3, 1 85 

" " " Repair of Lamps, 109 85 

B. S. Hussey, Fluid, &c., 570 82 

Byam, Carlton & Co., Matches, 30 00 

Nutting & Andrews, Lamp Repairing, 5 00 

John McLoud, Lamps and Repairs, 32 87 

A. N. Swallow, Lamp Wi eking, &c., 11 64 

N. Shattuck, Repairing Ladders, 14 25 

F. A. Titus, Gas Fixtures and Repairs, 53 37 

Bailey & Gilman, " " " " 6 25 

A. W. Locke & Co., Printing, 15 00 

William B. Moore & Son, Repairing Lanterns, 10 36 

S. & E. Knight, Coal, 300 00 

Aiken & Woodward, Charcoal, 39 50^ 

E. R. Robinson, Iron Work, Repairs, 70 74 

Moren Knight, Window Polish, 2 90 

Amos Brown, Carpentry, 17 44 

Rufus Mason, Painting, 5 00 



Amount appropriated. 
Balance from last year. 

Amount expended. 
Balance, 



$15,000 00 
588 17 

$15,588 17 
14,127 38 

$1,460 79. 



$14,127 38. 



36 



EXPENDITURES. 



NEW LAMPS AND FIXTURES. 

Charlestown Gas Co., Posts, Lamps, Fixtures, 
Amount appropriated, $300 00 

Balance from last year, 184 07 



Amount expended. 
Balance, 



$484 07 
193 16 

$290 91 



$193 16 



PUBLIC LIBRARY, 

Warren Institution for Savings, Rent and Heating, 

Charlestown Gas Co., Gas, 

R. F. Murphy, Care of Rooms, 

John H. Holmes, Librarian, 

F. G. Edwards, Assistant Librarian, 

H. A. Wise, " " 

S. Edwards, « " 

A. C. Palmer, Work on Catalogues, 

Joseph Joshua, Labor, 

S. H. Baker, Repairing Chairs, 

J. H. Holmes, Disbursements, 

Keyes & Pearson, Insurance, 

Benjamin Locke, Expressage, 

A. Campbell, Merchandise and Labor, 

William B. Moore & Son, Merchandize, 

E. M. Plummer, " 

A. Gage & Co., Ice, . 

A. E. Cutter, Stationery, 

Frost <fe Taylor, Paper, 

H. Goodwin, Periodicals, 

Wm. McAdams, ** 

Little, Brown & Co., Books, 

Amount carried forward, 



$664 20 


145 


46 


193 


21 


996 


29 


258 26 


258 


26 


22 


88 


7 


53 


6 


75 


6 


75 


45 


75 


45 


00 


10 


10 


6 


00 


8 


62 


3 


04 


3 


34 


121 


69 


57 


72 


9 


00 


120 


75 


312 


39 



$3,302 99 



EXPENDITURES. 






^7 


Amount brought forward, 
Lee & Sheppard, Books, 
Charles Stimpson, Binding, 
H. G. Waldron, Painting, 




$3,302 99 

66 25 

146 85 

5 00 


William H. De Costa, Advertising, , 
William W. Wheildon, « 






7 30 
3 30 


Caleb Rand, Printing, 


$3,584 19 
32 55 


$3,749 
3,616 


94 
74 


52 50 


Amount appropriated. 
Amount expended. 
Deficiency last year, 


$3,584 19 








Balance, 


$133 


20 





SUPPORT OF POOR. 

Edward Carnes, Salary, $600 00 

Edward Carnes, Disbursements, 136 93 

J. W. Roberts & Co., W. I. Goods and Groceries, 328 88 

J. W. & A. Roberts, " " " 1,035 72 

F. E. Downer, " " " 143 00 

F. 0. Reed & Co., " « u 161 00 

G. F. & B. Hurd, " " " 828 70 
Brooks & Stover, « . « " 83 90 
Moses B. Hall, « « « 81 00 
S. P. Hill & Co., " « « 86 40 
J. E. Bray & Co., " " " 62 00 
James Rea & Son, " " " 59 00 
Burgess Brothers, " " " 58 00 

C. W. C. Association, " « " 46 00 

D. C. Willis, " " " 22 00 
Corey & Goodwin, " " " 147 00 



Amount carried forward, 



3,379 53 



38 



EXPENDITURES. 



Amount brought forward, $3,379 53 

H. T. Burr, W. I. Goods and Groceries, 61 00 

Silas Morse, " " " 8 00 

Mullett & Bradbury, " " " 387 25 

Bradford & Gary, Provisions, 477 33' 

H. Leonard & Co., Butter, 236 16 

Locke & Hurd, Potatoes, 11 00 

J. H. Bellinger, " 16 25 

Foster, Weeks & Co., Potatoes, 84 50 

Hay ward & Co., Coffee and Spice. 51 86 

V. M. Dunn, Fish, 73 54 

H. L. Brown & Co., Fish, < 48 48 

George C. Goodwin, Medicines, 10 35 

C. H. Dennett, " 30 87 

C. H. Learned, « 56 03 

Dr. S. H. Hurd, Medical Services, 99 00 

George Arnold, Dry Goods, 197 54 

Brintnall & Maynard, 219 60 

John C. Thomas, Hats, Caps, &c., 15 50 

Newhall Martin & Co., Boots, Shoes, Repairs, 133 05 

Rand & Byam, Soap, 60 15 

Benjamin W. Gage, Crockery, 17 87 

Crafts & Wilhams, Lamp Oil, 57 20 

Gardner Chilson, Stove, 15 00 

S. &. E. Knight, Fuel, 1,410 23 

Oakman & Eldridge, Fuel, 397 00 

S. & G. Williams, " 151 26 

J. Barry, " and Lime, 12 30 

Perkins & Goodwin, " 120 24 

Charles H. Wing, Stove, Funnel, Labor, 11 86 

Alexander Campbell, Plumbing, 83 62 

F. A. Titus, Lamps and Shades, 13 49 

Cutter & Parker, Skylights, 23 10 

W. B. Moore & Son, Stove Work, &c., 10 98 

Jasper Stone, Sundries, 16 00 

E. M. Plummer, Hardware, 37 45 



Amount carried forward. 



^,034 59 



EXPENDITURES. 



39 



Amount brought forward, 
Tucker, Appleton & Co., Hardware, 
Parker, Gannett & Co., Grindstone, &c., 
J. A. D. Worcester, Blinds, 
H. S. Doane & Co., Brushes, 
Taplej & Co., Tin Ware, 
S. R. Brintnall, supply of Water, 
L. Emerton, Teaming, 
Poor & Co., " 
E. W. Bean, " 
W. S. & G. 0. Wiley, Carriage hire, 

A. E. Cutter, Stationery, 
L. P. Young, Swill, 

Worcester Hospital, Support of Insane, 

Boston Hospital, " " " 

Taunton Hospital, " " " 

Town of Melrose, Support of Paupers, 

Town of Maiden, " " 

City of Lynn, " " 

City of New Bedford, " " 

State of Massachusetts, " " 

County of Middlesex, " " 

State Reform School, Support of Boys, 

State Nautical School, " " Truants, 

State Industrial School, " " Girls, 

Charles J. Barry, Hay, 

John Bell, 

Long & Lewis, " 

Calvin Simonds, Rent, of Poor, 

E. N. Coburn, Burials, 

Nathan Tufts, Jr., Grain and Meal, ' 

H. G. Waldron, Painting, 

C. S. Burgess & Co., Paints, 

Banker & Carpenter, " 

B. S. Hussey & Co., " 
William H. De Costa, Printing, 
S. S. Lynde, Earth and Labor, 

Amount carried forward. 



$8,034 59 


47 


00 


23 


00 


7 


50 


13 


49 


11 


77 


14 


00 


32 


25 


10 


00 


14 50 


7 


00 


12 


18 


183 


90 


616 


94 


52 


0© 


66 


U 


116 


68 


87 


6(1 


292 


57 


18 


50 


275 


14 


17 45 


484 45 


123 


18 


66 


00 


14 


74 


24 78 


16 


76 


52 


00 


140 


50 


243 


08 


4 


95 


33 


96 


23 


51 


10 


26 


16 


50 


29 


92 


$11,138 75 



40 



EXPENDITURES. 



Amount brought forward, 




$11,138 75 


S. W. Fuller & Co., Lumber, 








610 37 


John W. Brooks & Co., " 








77 07 


Franklin Hopkins, Jr., " 








403 46 


L. Hastings, " 








10 80 


Dennis Kelley, Filling in Wharf, 








70 00 


Eockport Granite Co., Granite Capping, 






315 00 


Earl Wyman, Carpentry, 








649 16 


William W. Bray, Mason Work, 








245 85 


Philip Ham, Blacksmithing, 






- 


18 56 
$13,539 02 


Amount appropriated, 




$13,182 98 




Balance from last year, 




360 


49 






$13,543 47 




Amount expended, 




13,539 


02 




Balance, 




$4 45 





CONTINGENCIES. 

Boston Advertiser, Subscription, 24 00 

^. E. Cutter. Stationery, 182 49 

Cutter, Tower, & Co., Stationery, 11 88 

Daniel Lamont, " 1 25 

Wright & Potter, Supplement to General Statutes, 5 50 

G. H. Barker, Bank Note Reporter, 8 00 

Mystic River Corporation, Assessments, 81 00 

Addison Gage & Co., Ice, 10 00 

Post Office, Postage, Revenue Stamps, &c., 53 24 

George H. Marden, Window Shades, 60 00 

E. M. Plummer, Hardware, 8 86 

Tapley & Co., " 2 65 

T. M. Cutter, " 6 56 

J. A. Coleman, " 50 

N. H. Stevens, Rent of Mission Hall, " 88 00 



Amount carried forward, 



$538 93 



EXPENDITURES. 



41 



and Advertising, 
Bonds, 



' Amount brought forward, 
John Donovan, Rent of School Lot, Richmond Street, 
William Wyman, " " " Charles Street, 

George H. Jacobs, Rent of Bathing-place, 
J. C. Burbank, Ringing Bell, 
Edward Parker, " " 

Timothy Callahan, " " 

J. H. Bryant, " " 

Edmund Conway, " " 

Sam'l L. Harding, " " 

Caleb Rand, Printing, 

W. W. Wheildon, Printing and Advertising, 
W. & E. Howe, " 

Wilham H. De Costa, " 

E. C. Bailey & Co., " 
J. H. Bufford, 
Poor & Co., Expressing, 
L. Emerton, " 

L. W. Chamberlin, Services, 

Charles Robinson, Jr., Legal Services and Expenses, 

Charles Burcham, " 

F. A. Titus, Gas Fixtures, 
Bailey & Gilman, " 
Gilfallen & Jones, " 

C. P. Brooks, Plastering, 

Alexander Campbell, Hose, Pipe, Plumbing, &c., 

B. W. Gage, Crockery, 

Harvard Church, one-half. Repairing Bell, 

George T, Currier, Carpentry, 

David S. Tucker, " 

Nathaniel Shattuck, " 

John B. Wilson, " 

Amos Brown, " 

Franklin Hopkins, Jr., Lumber, 

Martha Conway, Washing Floors, 

Amount carried forward, 



$538 93 


125 


00 


168 


50 


87 


00 


6 


00 


6 


00 


4 00 


6 


00 


2 


00 


102 


00 


396 


62 


970 


50 


28 


00 


417 


71 


228 


00 


30 


00 




60 


2 


00 


12 


60 


246 70 


7 


50 


56 


75 


1 


00 


40 


00 


53 


00 


130 


07 


1 


00 


20 


91 


58 


12 


604 


41 


37 


09 


1,188 


79 


15 


00 


40 


69 


7 


00 



),689 49 



42 



EXPENDITURES. 



Amount brought forward, 
Lizzie Conners, "Washing Floors, 
Lawrence Hewitt, Labor, 
Thomas Cane, " 

John Hewitt, " 

H. Ericcson, " 

S. L. Harding, " 

John Sylvester, " 

E. K. Davis, " 

Infant School Society, per Order City Council, 
Thomas H, Hall, C. Council Mess., per Order C. C, 
W. C. Huntley, Injury on ice, '* 

Mrs. Catharine Smith, " "> 

Mrs. C. Rimbach, " " 

Lawrence Lyons, " " 

H. C. Bailey, injured fireman, " 

James J. Murphy, " " 

C. J. Donovan, " " 

H. Riley & Son, Slating, 
Rufus Mason, Painting and Glazing, 
Enoch J. Clark, " " " 

H. G. "Waldron, " " " 

William Curry, " " " 

Maiden Bridge, Assessment, 
Artillery Company, refurnishing Officers' Room, 
Mystic "Water Board, Water Rates, 
Robert Gordon, watering City Square, 
Timothy Calnan, " " « 

Russell & Fitch, moving Night Soil, 
Fitz & Winslow, Fuel for Pohce Court, 
R. Buchanan, Surveys and Plans, 
William H. Kent, Disbursements, 
L. E. Pearson, " 

R. T. Whittier, « 

Adams, Sampson & Co., Boston Directory, 



$5,639 


49 


5 


25 


8 


00 


1 


50 


7 


00 


18 00 


28 


00 


15 


50 


10 


50 


100 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


1,000 


00 


50 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


11 


84 


191 


20 


94 


63 


17 


74 


87 


00 


100 


00 


100 00 


51 


12 


6 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


49 


50 


11 


00 


8 


25 


5 


00 


12 


41 


3 


00 



Amount carried forward, $8,131 93 



EXPENDITURES. 43 

Amount brought forward, S8,l31 93 

Prescott Light Guard, Parade, June 18, 100 00 

Artillery Company, " " 60 00 

City Guard, Parade, June 18, 60 00 

Jackson Guard, « « 60 00 

William Beals, Decorations, June 18, 65 00 

Hook and Ladder Co., damage to Furniture by Fire, 60 00 

Joseph H. Till, care Flags and Flagstaffs, 33 00 

Jacob Junio, Locks, Keys, Repairs, 2 10 

Calvin Morrison, Officer at Bath House, 321 00 

Abijah Blanchard, Notifying, 2 00 

William B. Moore & Son, Lanterns, 5 00 

A. N. Swallow, sundries, Oil, Fluid, &c., 24 18 

B. S. Hussey, Fluid, 1 30 
Jesse Allen, cleaning Windows, 4 75 
Bradford E. Gline, Sundries, 3 35 
Thomas G. Temple, " 3 16 
O. A. Taft, City Council Dinner at Point Shirley, 316 90 
J. H. Hathorne, Omnibuses for " " 40 00 
J. A. D. Worcester, Paper and Hanging, 54 18 
A. H. Dix, Shavings, 4 78 
Aiken & Woodward, Charcoal, 15 00 
R. S. Randall, Costs of Suit, 30 00 
Daniels & Kendall, Chairs, &c., 32 50 
A. J. Carter, Furniture, 72 25 
P. F. Packard, « 25 50 
H. W. Homer, Repair of Furniture, 7 75 
Cyrus Wakefield, Floor Matting, 45 08 
Jasper Stone, care of Clocks, 120 00 
James Boyd & Son, repairing Hose, 32 15 
National House, Suppers for Ward Officers, 160 00 
WiUiam T. Gardner, collecting Poll Taxes, 100 00 
Town of Maiden, Tax of 1866, 16 02 
Patrick Denvir, Returns of Deaths, for 1866, 14 60 
John L. Perry, " " " 14 10 
John Bryant, " u « 13 qq 

$10,051 18 



44 EXPENDITURES. 

Amount brought forward, $10,051 18 

E. N. Coburn, Returns of Deaths, for 1866, 13 00 

S. P. Kelley, " u « 8 70 



$10,072 88 
Amount expended, $10,072 88 

Deficiency last year, 664 78 

$10,737 66 
Amount appropriated, 7,891 77 



Deficiency, $2,845 89 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 

L. P. Young, Removing Offal — Contract, 

James McFague, Labor on Burial Grounds, 

Thomas Cane, " " 

P. O'Reardon, " " 

Levi Goodnow, Teaming Gravel for Burial Grounds, 

Charles Perry, Services, 

James Emery, Repair of Gate, 

S. H. Fall, Lime, 

W. W. Wheildon, Printing, 

Caleb Rand, " 

A. E. Cutter, Stationery, 



Amount appropriated, 
Balance from last year, 



Amount expended. 

Balance, $134 68 





1,000 00 


ds, 


100 00 




1 50 




8 00 


al Grounds, 


114 00 




25 75 




6 00 




6 40 




17 00 




27 00 




2 50 




$1,308 15 


$1,431 00 




11 83 




$1,442 83 




1,308 15 





EXPENDITURES. 45 



MILITIA BOUNTY. 



Co. C, 1st Batt. Cavalry, 

Co. A., 5th Regiment, 

Co. D., " 

Co. H., " 

Co. G., 9tli Regiment, 



NOTES PAYABLE. 



$2,026 00 


694 00 


656 50 


536 50 


661 50 



$4,574 50 



Bunker Hill National Bank, $141,000 00 

Monument " " 40,000 00 

Faneuil Hall " '* 50,000 00 

Market " " 20,000 00 

Merchants " '* 10,000 00 

Eagle " " 12,000 00 

"Warren Institution for Savings, 14,000 00 

Provident " " '« 10,000 00 

Lowell " " " 26,000 00 

Bunker Hill Fire Insurance Company, 25,000 00 

Trustees of J. Foss Soldiers' Fund, 950 00 

WiUiam H. Skinner, Guardian, 1,500 00 

Henry R. Worthington, 24,000 00 

Freeman F. Burr, 2,500 00 

George R. Baldwin, 2,500 00 



$379,450 00 



INTEKEST ACCOUNT. 

Bunker Hill National Bank, $3,687 24 

Monument National Bank, 986 00 

Faneuil Hall National Bank, 2,480 00 



Amount carried forward, $7,153 24 



46 



EXPENDITURES. 



Eagle National Bank, 

Warren Institution for Savings, 

Provident Institution for Savings, 

Lowell Institution for Savings, 

South Scituate Savings Bank, 

Trustees of Poor Fund, 
" " School Fund, 
<' "■ J. Foss Soldiers' Fund, 

N. E. Mutual Life Insurance Company, 

William H. Skinner, Guardian, 

George R. Baldwin, 

S. & G. Williams, 

H. R. Worthington, 

George A. Kettell, 

S. G. Phipps, Trustee, 

Mrs. A. M. Kinmonth, 

Freeman F. Burr, 

Interest on Taxes, prepaid. 

City Bonds, Interest, 

Amount expended. 
Deficiency last year. 

Amount appropriated, 
Deficiency, 



jht forward, 


$7,153 24 




295 20 




1,885 00 




1,500 00 




2,906 17 




300 00 




742 50 




336 00 




108 30 




1,200 00 




90 00 




72 92 




28 50 




1,664 00 




345 00 




164 40 




150 00 




41 67 




662 68 




9,400 00 




$29,045 58 


$29,045 58 




6,233 91 




$35,279 49 




28,482 51 





$6,796 98 



WATER DEBT INTEREST. 



Interest on Water Bonds, 
Interest on Water Loan, (Notes) 



$45,192 40 
7,800 00 



$52,992 40 



47 



WATER WORKS. 



Construction Account, $111,545 lo 

Maintenance Account, 17,291 58 

$128,836 73 



ARMORY RENT. 



Prescott Light Guard, 
Charlestown Cadets, 
Artillery Company, 
Jackson Guard, 



500 


00 


300 


00 


237 


50 


216 


00 



$1,253 50 



INCOME OF BABCOCK'S LEGACY. 

Boston Brigade Band, Music, June l8tli, $102 00 

O'Connor's Band, « " " 102 00 



$204 00 



WATER LOT — MEDFORD STREET. 

E. B. Worthen, for Water Lot, foot of Elm Street, $7,000 00 



REFUNDING TAXES. 

Jeremiah Maloney, Tax of 1864, refunded, 13 60 

Amount appropriated, $500 00 

Balance from last year, 483 68 



$983 68 
Amount expended, 13 60 



Balance, $970 08 



48 

ELM STREET ENGINE HOUSE. 

Barnard Fishei-, for Land, purchased, $2,500 00 

RECRUITING ACCOUNT. 

William W. Wheildon, Printing and Advertising, $439 73 

State Treasurer, Bounties Refunded, 300 00 



$739 73 



STATE AND COUNTY TAXES. 

State Treasurer, State Tax, for 1866, $56,440 GO 

County Treasurer, County Tax, for I8665 14,693 72 

$70,183 72 



DEBTS OF THE CITY. 

February 28, 1867. 



TO WHOM DCE. 


DSTP.. 


TlilE. 


INTEKEST. 


IMOCKX. 


Trustees of Poor Fund 


Jan'y 1,1826 


Permanent. 


6 per cent. 


4,300.00 


tc a 11 


" 1, 1826 


u 


6 « 


3,500 00 


«t C( <l 


Sept. 22, 1836 


" 


6 " 


700.00 




May 1, 1837 
Sept. 20, 1860 


u 


6 " 
6 " 


600.00 


Peirce Fuel Fund, 


1,500.00 


N. E. Mutual Life Ins. Co., 


Jan'y 1, 1848 


20 years. 


6 « 


20,000.00 


South Scituate Saving-s Bank,. 


Feb'y 18, 1848 


20 " 


6 " 


1,000.00 


" . 


April 7, 1848 


20 " 


6 « 


2,000.00 


Trustees of Schools, 


May 22, 1848 


20 " 


6 " 


5,000.00 


Lowell Institution for Savings, 


Jan'y 17, 1849 


20 " 


6 " 


25,000.00 


Provident " " " 


Jan'y 29, 1853 


20 » 


5 " 


20,000.00 


Warren " " " 


Sept. 1, 1857 


20 " 


6 « 


25,000.00 


Mrs. A. M. Kinmonth, 


Aug. 9, 1864 


3 " 


6 " 


5,000.00 




Dec. 16, 1864 
Sept. 1, 1867 


1 " 

1 " 


6 " 
6 " 


4,750.00 


S. G. Phipps, Trustee, 


3,000.00 




July 23,1866 
" 23, 1866 
" 23, 1866 

Sept. 7, 1866 


2 " 


6 " 


4,000.00 




2 " 
2 " 
2 " 


6 '< 
6 « 
6 « 


4.000.00 


CC CI (C 


3,500.00 


H. M. & F. M. Wingate, 


1,500.00 




Oct. 13,1866 
July 15, 1866 
Jan. 1, 1853 


Demand, 

CI 


6 " 
6 " 


2,850.00 


N. F. Frothingham, 


5,000.00 




20 years, 
20 " 
15 " 


5 " 


20,000,00 




Oct. 1, 1862 
" 1, 1862 


5 " 
5 " 


20,000.00 


11 u 


110,000.00 
38.000.00 


(( i( 


" 1, 1863 


20 " 


5 « 











WATER LOAN. 



TO WHOII DUE. 


DiTE. 


TIME. 


ISTEEEST. 


AMOUJST. 


Mass. Hospital Life Ins, Co,,.. 
Warren Institution for Savings, 
Order of " City Treasurer," . . 


July 28, 1864 
Oct. 1, 1864 
July 18,1864 


2 years, 
8 " 
4 « 


6 per cent. 
6 « 
6 « 
5&6 " 


100,000.00 
25,000.00 
5,000.00 
958,000.00 1,088,000.00 
$1,418,200.00 





SCHEDULE AND VALUATION 



OF THE 



PROPERTY OWNED BY THE CITY. 



City Hall Building and Land, $35,000 00 

Old Alms House Land, 12,000 00 

Lot of Land on Medford Street, 16,875 feet, 6,500 00 

Lot of Land on Auburn and Bunker Hill Streets, 2,800 00 

Lot of Land on Bunker Hill Street, 2,000 00 

Ledge and Land on Cambridge Road, 2,000 00 

Water Lot on Medford Street, 7,000 00 

Furniture in City Hall Building, 2,000 00 

Alms House Estate, Buildings, Furniture, Stock, &c., 26,000 00 

Higli School, Monument Square, 26,500 00 

Wintlirop School, Bunker Hill Street, 21,000 00 

Harvard School, Harvard Street, 18,000 00 

Warren School Lot, Summer Street, 20,000 00 

Grammar School, Baldwin Street, 73,000 00 

Bunker Hill School, Bunker Hill Street, 10,000 00 

Common Street Building, Primary Schools, 18,000 00 

Prescott School, Elm Street, 38,000 00 

Primary School House, Bow Street, four Schools, 5,000 00 

Primary School House, Cross Street, two Schools, 2,400 00 

Primary School House, Bunker Hill Street, No. 1, 1,500 00 

Primary School House, Bunker Hill Street, No. 2, 900 00 

Primary School House, Mead Street, 10,000 00 

Primary School House, Elm Street, 1,000 00 

Primary School House, Medford Street, 500 00 



Amount carried forward, $341,100 00 



CITY PROPERTY. 51 

Amount brought forward, $341,100 00 

Primary School House, Kingston Street, 2,500 00 

Primary School House, Moulton Street, 11,750 00 

Primary School House, Sullivan Street, 2,500 00 

Primary School House, Soley Street, 1,000 00 

Winthrop Street Building, (Fire Department, Armory, 

and Intermediate Schools,) 14,000 00 
Maps, Books, Globes, St-oves, &c., (School Furniture,) 1,000 00 

Mihtary Articles, Weights and Measures, 600 00 

Tomb Lots in Old Burial Ground, 500 00 

Hose House, Ward Room, and Land, Main Street, 5,000 00 

Hose House and Land, Main Street, at Neck, 1,'500 00 

Hose House and Land, Bunker Hill Street, 1,500 00 

Engine House and Land, Elm Street, 5,000 00 

Five Hose Carriages and Hose, 3,500 00 

Furniture in Fire Department Buildings, 400 00 

Steam Fire Engine " Howard," No. 1, 4,050 00 

Steam Fire Engine " Mystic," No. 2, 4,725 00 

Two Horses for Steam Fire Engines, 700 00 

Relief Engine, 300 00 

Hooks, Ladders, and Carriages, 1,000 00 

Flats appurtenant to Old Burial Ground, 1,000 00 

Notes Receivable, 38,599 00 
Horses, Carts, Harnesses, etc., in care of Supt. Streets, 2,500 00 

Gravel Land in Maiden, 966 00 

Gravel Land in Chelsea, 1,725 00 



1447,415 00 



GO VEKNMENT 



OF THE 



CITY OF CHARLESTOWN. 

1867. 



MAYOR. 
LIVERUS HULL, 22 Mount Vernon Street. 



ALDERMEN. 

Ward No. 1. 

ROBERT TODD, 12 Washington Street. 

HORATIO P. DUNNELS, 2 Wood Street. 

JOHN B. WILSON, 35 Monument Avenue. 

Ward No. 2. 

WILLIAM H. KENT, 26 Monument Square. 

SAMUEL P. LANGMAID, 41 Mount Vernon Street. 
THOMAS B. HARRIS, 81 High Street. 

Ward No. 3. 

CHARLES E. DANIELS, 373 Main Street. 

OLIVER H. P. SMITH, 577 Main Street. 

CHARLES F. SMITH, 191 Bunker Hill Street. 



CITY CLERK. 
DANIEL WILLIAMS, 17 Green Street. 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 

COMM ON COUNCIL. 

JAMES F. SOUTHWORTH, President. 



53 



Ward No. 1. 



James F. Southwoeth, 
Richard Power, 
James Swords, 
Moses A. Dow, 
Amos Brown, 
Samuel M. Nesmith, 



7 Cordis Street. 
32 Winthrop Street. 
5 Cordis Street. 
28 Harvard Street. 
15 Washington Street. 
14 Monument Court. 



Ward No. 2. 



Benjamin F. Stagey, 
Lyman R. Bingham, 
William Sherburne, 
E.ICHABD Nason, 
N. Sewall Payne, 
Joseph H. Cotton, 



Cor. Tufts & Bunker Hill Sts. 

84 Bunker Hill Street. 

41 School Street. 

129 Bunker Hill Street. 

12 Mystic Street. 

131 Bunker Hill Street. 



Ward No. 3. 



John Linscott, 
John D. Glazier, Jr. 
Thomas G. Frothingham, 
John W. Hamilton, 
John Stetson, 
GrEORGE H. Long, 



30 Essex Street, 
8 Linden Street. 
1 Oak Street. 
3 Russell Street. 
53 Walker Street. 
Eden vStreet Court. 



CLERK OF COMMON COUNCIL. 
John T. Priest, 23 Cordis Street. 



MESSENGER TO COMMON COUNCIL. 
Thomas H, Hall, 57 High Street. 



54 CITY GOVERNMENT. 

com:m:ittees, 1867. 



JOINT STANDING COMMITTEES. 

FiNAsrcE — The Mayor, and Aldermen Harris and C. F. Smith; the President, 
and Messrs. Brown, Swords, Bingham and Linscott. 

Accounts — Aldermen Kent and Daniels ; and Messrs. Swords, Payne and Long. 

City Property — Aldermen Wilson and 0. H. P. Smith; and Messrs. Nesmith, 
Linscott and Nason. 

Fuel and Lighting Streets — Aldermen Dunnels and Langmaid; and Messrs. 
Power, Stacey and Glazier. 

Fire Department — Aldermen Kent and Daniels ; and Messrs. Linscott, Power 
and Stacey. 

PlEpairs of Streets — Aldermen Todd and 0. H. P. Smith; and Messrs. Brown, 
Cotton and Stetson. 

Claims — The Mayor and Alderman Harris ; the President, and Messrs. Sherburne 
and Dow. 

Water — Aldermen Harris and Langmaid ; the President, and Messrs. Sherbm'ne 
and Frothiugham. 

Almshouse — Aldermen Daniels and Todd ; and Messrs. Swords, Bingham and 
Hamilton. 

Public Instruction — The Mayor and Alderman C. F. Smith; the President, 
and Messrs. Cotton and Long. 

Burial Grounds — Aldermen Langmaid and 0. H. P. Smith; and Messrs. 
Power, Payne and Stetson. 

Laying out Streets — The Mayor and Aldermen Wilson and Dunnels; and 
Messrs. Nesmith, Dow, Stacey, Frothingham and Glazier. 

Ordinances — Aldermen C. F. Smith and Kent ; and Messrs. Power, Nason and 
Hamilton. 

Printing — Aldermen Dunnels and Harris; and Messrs. Hamilton, Sherburne 
and Long. 



COMMITTEES OF THE MAYOR AND ALDERMEN, 

Police — The Mayor and Aldernen Kent and Wilson. 
Licenses — Aldermen O. H. P. Smith, Harris and Kent. 
Notices to Build — The Mayor and Alderman Dunnels. 
Drains and Sewers — Aldermen Langmaid, Todd and Wilson. 
Enrolment — Aldermen Daniels, C. F. Smith and Harris. 
Health — Aldermen Langmaid, Todd and 0. H. P. Smith. 
Laying Gas Pipes — Aldermen C. F. Smith, Daniels and Dunnels. 
Winchester Home — Aldermen Daniels, Harris and Kent. 
Betterment — The Mayor, and Aldermen Wilson and Dunnels. 



COMMITTEES OF THE COMMON COUNCIL. 

Elections and Returns — Messrs. Stacey, Swords and Stetson. 

Enrolled Ordinances and Resolutions — Messrs. Nesmith, Payne & Long 



CITY GOVERNMENT. 55 

TREASURER AND COLLECTOR OF TAXES. 
Linus E. Pearson, 33 Elm Street. 



CITY SOLICITOR. 
Henry W. Bragg, 16 Prospect Street. 



CITY ME S SENGER. 
Samuel L. Harding, 31 Pleasant Street. 



BOARD OF ASSESSORS. 

Edward Thorndike, 13 Lexington Street. 

Caleb Rand, 4 Linden Street. 

RuFUS Mason, 216 Bunker Hill Street. 



ASSISTANT ASSESSORS. 

Philander S. Briggs, 30 Adams Street. 

Dolphin D. Taylor, 31 Oak Street. 

George W. White, 15 Mount Vernon Street. 

Joseph F. Boyd, 398 Main Street. 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 

LIVERUS HULL, Chairman, ex-officio, 22 Mount Vernon St. 

DAVID B. WESTON, Secretary and Agent, 218 Bunker Hill St. 

Ward No. 1. 

William W. Bray, 1 Monument Avenue. 

George W. Little, ' 105 Main Street. 

Ward No. 2. 

Edward A. Costigan, 60 Decatur Street. 

Ethan N. Coburn, 76 Green Street. 

Ward No. 3. 
David B. Weston, 218 Bunker Hill Street. 

Earl Wyman, 361 Bunker Hill Street. 



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CITY GOVERNMENT. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE FOR 1867. 
Ward No. 1. 



Moses H. Sargent, 
William D. Bradford, 
E.ev. J. E. Rankin, 
David M. Balfour, 
Abram E. Cutter, 

Rev. 0. F. S AFFORD, 

Ward No. 2. 



34 Harvard Street. 
5 Cordis Street. 
5 Washington Street. 
30 Union Street. 
42 Winthrop Street. 
1 Harvard Place. 



Rev. G. W. Gardner, 

John Sanborn, 
Andrew J. Locke, 
Dr. S. H. HuRD, 
Stacy Barter, 
G. H. Yeaton, 



15 Eden Street. 
26 Princeton Street. 

57 Green Street. 

12 Monument Square. 
86 Green Street. 

58 Elm Street. 



Ward No. 3. 



William H. Finney, 
Charles H. Bigelow, 
Edwin B. Haskell, 
*JoHN A. Day, 
tWiLLiAM W. Pierce, 
Charles F. Smith, 
George H. Marden, 



18 Oak Street. 

379 Main Street. 

17 Oak Street. 

234 Bunker Hill Street. 

1 Albion Court. 

191 Bunker Hill Street. 

30 Pearl Street. 



*B.esiffned. 



fElected to vacancy, May 16, 1867.