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Full text of "Report of the selectmen of the Town of Manchester"

THE 



FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



OF THE 



CITY OF MANCHESTER, 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDING DEC. 31, 



1860. 



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




MANCHESTER, N. H., 

AMERICAN" STEAM TRUSTING WORKS OF GAGE & FARN8W0RTH 

1861. 



> 



MAYOR'S ADDRESS. 



Gentlemen of the City Council : 

Having been called by the suffrages of our fel- 
low citizens to take charge of the municipal affairs 
of our city for the ensuing municipal year, we are 
now about to assume our several responsibilities. 

That we should be familiar or acquainted with 
the details of the several Departments that will 
claim our attention, it is not to be presumed. I 
shall therefore endeavor to acquaint myself with 
them as early as practicable and will communicate 
to you, from time to time, whatever I think demands 
your special attention. 

The finances will claim your earliest attention. 
The Treasury has been very much embarrassed 
heretofore, in consequence of the large amount of 
uncollected taxes assessed previous to I860, which 
has compelled our predecessors to resort to tempo- 
rary loans to meet the current expenses of the city. 
I am informed that the new plan adopted the past 
year for the collection of taxes, bids fair to work a 
reform in that department. 



I am informed by my predecessor, (also by the 
Treasurer,) that it has been customary heretofore 
for persons in the employ of the city to contract 
bills in behalf of the city without the knowledge 
of the Mayor or Treasurer, thereby increasing 
the amount of the monthly draft beyond their ex- 
pectation, thus at times leading to serious embar- 
rassment. 

As no money can be drawn out of the Treasury, 
except upon the written order of the Mayor, and as 
no ordinary claim can be received or acted on by 
the committee on accounts, unless such claim shall 
be accompanied with the certificate of the Mayor 
or some other authorized agent, I would therefore 
suggest that any person making purchases in behalf of 
the city, be required first to obtain an order for the 
same at the Mayor's office, and return a bill of the 
same immediately to the office, to be put on file, 
thus obviating the inconvenience of having out- 
standing claims without the knowledge of theFinance 
Committee. 

The Fire Department, with the modern improve- 
ments for extinguishing fires, is in gocd condition, 
and I believe fully meets the wants of the city. 

Our schools, so far as I am informed, are in a 
flourishing condition. 

The repairs of streets and highways will demand 
your attention. I would recommend that the sys- 
tem of improving Elm street, by paving a portion 
of it yearly, be carried forward the ensuing year 
to the extent of our financial ability. New high- 



ways will probably be asked for. Before granting such 
requests, we should fully satisfy ourselves whether 
the public good or private interests demand it. I 
would recommend that the fertilizing materials col- 
lected in cleaning the streets be carried to the city 
farm, thus enriching and increasing the productive- 
ness of the farm. 

The Police Department will claim your careful 
and earnest attention. The quiet of the city, the 
safety of the lives and property of our citizens, and 
the honor of the city abroad, depend very much 
upon the efficiency of the Police Department. The 
increased expenses of this department have caused 
complaints to be made which I think are not with- 
out foundation. I would, therefore, in this and 
every other department, recommend a rigid system 
of economy. While we should not be niggardly, or 
too parsimonious, we should be as watchful for the 
interests of the city as a prudent individual is in 
his private affairs. The annual City Report will be 
laid before you in a few days, which, I trust, will 
give a correct statement of the financial condition 
of the city. 

Now entering upon our official duties, let us look 
to the Source of all wisdom to guide us in the 
faithful discharge of the same. 

DAVID A. BUNTON, Mayor. 



CITY OF MANCHESTER. 



In Board of Common Council. 
AN ORDER authorizing the Printing of the Fifteenth 

Annual Report of the Receipts and Expenditures of the 

City of Manchester. 

Ordered, if the Board of Aldermen concur, That the 
Joint Standing Committee on Finance be, and they are 
hereby authorized to cause two thousand copies of the 
Fifteenth Annual Report of the Receipts and Expenditures 
of the City of Manchester, including the Report of the 
Chiet Engineer of the Fire Department, of the Overseers 
of the Poor, the Committee on City Farm, the Trustees, 
Librarian and Treasurer of the City Library, to be printed 
for the use of the inhabitants of said City, and that the 
expense thereof be charged to the appropriations for Print- 
ing and Stationery, including the Reports of the School 
Committee and Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

In Board of Common Council, Jan. 8, 1861. 

Passed, JOHN H. GOOD ALE, President. 

In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, Jan. 8, 1861. 
Passed, D. A. BUNTON, Mayor. 

A true copy, attest, 

JOSEPH KNOWLTON, City Clerk. 



ACCOUNT OF 



HENRY R. CHAMBERLIN, 



CITY TREASURER, FROM 



JANUARY 1, 1860, TO JANUARY 1, 1861. 



Dr. City of Manchester in account current with H. R. Chamberlin, 



To Unpaid Drafts, January 1, 


1860, 


- 


. 


$7,967 31 










1,690 28 


Paupers off the Farm, - 


- 


- 


. 


1,091 08 










2,327 99 


Highways and Bridges, Dist 


. No. 1, 


- 


- 


441 45 


Dist. No. 2, $3,533 29 


Dist. No 


. 8, 


$175 50 


3,708 79 


" " 3, 372 23 




9, 


238 33 


610 56 


" " 4, 87 25 




10, 


808 29 


893 54 


" " 5, 592 24 




11, 


589 00 


1,181 24 


" " 6, 151 67 




12, 


198 95 


350 62 


" " 7, 133 41 




13, 


152 87 


289 28 


New Highways, 


_ 




- 


2,317 50 


Amoskeag Falls Bridge, 


- 


. 


. 


102 17 


Granite Bridge, 


_ 


_ 


_ 


488 07 


School District No. 1, - 


- 


_ 


_ 


215 00 


Dist. No. 2, $18,060 75 


Dist. No. 


7, 


$334 10 


18,394 85 


" " 3, 405 00 


U t( 


8, 


235 00 


640 00 


" " 4, 295 00 


i. (( 


9, 


222 61 


517 61 


" " 5, 275 00 


(1 (« 


10, 


1,200 00 


1,475 00 


" " 6, 216 35 


IC (« 


11, 


610 00 


826 35 


New School House, District No. 2, 




. 


100 50 


it n .< a 


«< 10, 


- 


- 


1,441 40 


(t it a tt 


" 11, 


. 


- 


500 00 










2,138 96 










423 45 


Valley Cemetery, 


- 


- 


. 


7 51 


Pine Grove Cemetery, 


- 


. 


_ 


373 99 


Sewers and Drains, 


- 


_ 


. 


2,128 37 


Reservoirs, - 


_ 


, 


. 


482 74 


Fire Department, 


- 


- 


- 


9,561 50 










1,788 89 










173 50 










7,489 23 


City Hall Building, - 


- 


- 


- 


1,306 89 










5,327 83 


Printing and Stationery, 


- 


- 


- 


998 69 


Incidental Expenses, 


- 


- 


- 


6,117 06 


Interest, ... 


- 


m 


- 


8,434 01 


Abatement of Taxes, 


_ 


. 


. 


630 51 


City Teams, 


- 


- 


- 


2,027 17 


Temporary Loan, 


- 


- 


- 


4,000 00 


Watering Streets, 


- 


. 


. 


200 00 


Steam Fire Engine, - 


_ 


- 


. 


3,000 00 


Paving Streets, - 


_ 


- 


- 


2,100 77 


Discount on Taxes, - 








253 53 




$106,535 19 


Cash in the Treasury, January 1, 1861, 


- 


5,873 84 










$112,409 03 



9 

City Treasurer, (one year, ending December 31, 1860. ) Cr. 

By Cash in the Treasury, January 1, 1860, - - - $ 23 21 

Temporary Loan, 9,000 00 

*H. R. Chamberlin, Taxes, 1860, - 63,517 36 

J. L. Kelly, Taxes, 1859, ------ 14,307 80 

J. L. Kelly, Taxes, 1858, ----- 300 01 

Railroad Tax, 2,547 23 

Literarv Fund, 1,098 10 

County'of Hillsborough, 2,119 85 

Rent of City Hall and Stores, - 2,036 25 

Police Court, Cost and Fines, 1,826 24 

City Farm, Stock and Produce, - 202 00 

City Teams, 732 63 

Paupers from other Towns, ----- 158 01 

Circus Licenses, ----- - - 180 00 

Dog Licenses, ------- 144 00 

Licenses to enter Sewers, ------ 152 10 

Peter Edwards, for Wood, 150 00 

E. W. Harrington, first payment on Pottersfield, - 250 00 

Peter Edwards, for Note, 242 69 

G. H. Kimball, for Horse, 100 00 

City Scales, 122 99 

Use of Aqueduct Water, 82 00 

Luther Campbell, for Harnesses, - 50 00 

Wm. Ingham, for Grass, ------ 10 00 

H. R. Chamberlin, for interest on Taxes, - - 18 65 

S. L. Lewis, amount overdrawn on P. off F., - - 25 00 

Goodale & Farnsworth, ami. overdrawn on Police, - 41 50 

Joseph Bell, for Note, ------ 82 77 

Pavid Allen, for Grass, 4 00 

John Davis, Jr., for Grass, ----- 3 00 

G. W. Glines, for Grass, 4 00 

Joseph Knowlton, for Pork from Farm, - - - 8 64 

Charles Bartlett,amt. overdrawn, No. 10, - - 9 50 

J. B. Clark, amt. overdrawn City Officers, - - 2 00 

O. Barton & Co., amt. overdrawn Fire Dept., - - 5 25 

G. B. Fogg, amt. overdrawn In. Expenses, - - - 7 92 

J. Knowlton, for Loam, ------ 4 37 

H. H. Dudley, for Stone, 1 25 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., overdrawn, - 75 

J. O. Adams; 40 91 

Outlawed Drafts, ------- 39 66 

$99,650 64 

Unpaid Drafts, January 1, 1861, - - ■ - - 12,758 39 

$112,409 03 

HENRY R. CHAMBERLIN, Treasurer. 
Manchester, January 1, 1861. 

*Paid State and County Tax 15,468 18 ; making 78,985 54 collected. 



REPORT 

or THE 

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE. 



City of Manchester, January 1, 1861. 

The undersigned, Committee on Finance, in pursuance 
of the fourteenth section of Chapter Three of the Revised 
Ordinances, certify that we have examined the within ac- 
countof Henry R. Chamberlin, City Treasurer, and find 
the same correctly cast, and all payments and expenditures 
therein charged against the City properly vouched. 

We find that there has been received into the Treasury 
during the year ending December 31, 1860, including the 
balance on hand January 1, 1860, the sum of Ninety-nine 
Thousand Six Hundred Ten Dollars Ninety-eight Cents 
(99,610 98), and that there has been paid from the Treas- 
ury, during the same time, the sum of Nine-three Thous- 
and Seven Hundred Thirty-seven Dollars Fourteen Cents 
(93,737 14), leaving in the Treasury, January 1, 1861, 
Five Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-three Dollars 
Eighty-four Cents (5,873 84). 

A. H. DANIELS, ^ 

GEORGE S. NEAL, | Committee 
DANIEL MACK, V on 

E. W. HARRINGTON, Finance. 
GEORGE A. BARNES, J 
In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, Jan. 1, 1861. 
Read and accepted, Joseph Knowlton, City Clerk. 

In Board of Common Council, Jan. 15, 1861. 
Read and accepted in concurrence. 

Simeon D. Farnsworth, Clerk. 



APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES. 



COUNTY PAUPERS, 1860. 



By Cash of County Treasurer, - - 


$2,119 85 


" Balance to New Account, - - 


- 750 87 


EXPENDITURES 


si 


Balance from Old Account, - 


- $542 73 


Paid Sylvanus Bunton, - 


31 52 


Michael Gillis, - 


59 02 


Elizabeth Cooper, - 


10 25 


John H. Moor, - 


68 45 


Jeremiah Hayes, - 


289 00 


L. P. Association, 


- 126 15 


D. L. Willey & Co., 


43 87 


E. R. Dustin, - 


63 39 


D. W. Bowman, - 


6 80 


G. W. Thayer, - - - - 


63 


G. W. Weeks, 


4 25 


Charles Clough k Co., 


4 50 


J. M. Hawks, - 


88 57 


E. Parmenter, - 


- 195 83 


M. S. Cuminings, - 


23 00 


Thomas Boardman, - 


- 140 46 


Daniel Randlett, - 


34 84 


William Sanford, 


7 36 


B. P. Runnels, - 


41 25 


Reuben Morgan, 


3 50 



,870 72 



Amount carried forward, 1,785 37 



13 

Amount brought forward, - - 1,785 37 

S. 1). Sherburne, - 18 50 

Clark & Kimball, - 80 

Straw & Prince, - 59 50 

Gardner & Page, ... 2 28 

Charles H. Hurlburt, - - 200 70 

T. S. Montgomery, - - - 29 76 

Adams & Andrews, - - 110 98 

T. F. Moulton, - 4 00 

S. S. Moulton, - - - 43 90 , 

H. J. Cummings, - 3 00 

William Shepherd, - 3 00 

S. T. Burbank, - 5 25 

J. M. Hook, - 8 27 

Rosanna Gracey, - 1 50 

New Hampshire Asylum, - 22 38 

Hill & Langley, -: 1 50 

Hill & Cilley, .-- 1 25 

Daniel Conner, - 2 00 

Spencer & Son, - 2 °° 

M. O. Farrar, - 4 91 

Michael McCabe, - 1 93 

Jackson & Kimball, - 5 59 

A. B. Smith, - * 2 78 

J. W. Hoffman, ... 75 

Geo. S. Chandler, - 7 25 

Mary Lane, - - - 5 00 

Hugh Burns, - - - 12 00 
James M. Nutt, - - - 28 00 

Alvah G. Crosby, - 6 00 

J. P. Colley, - - - 1 00 

J. Y. McQueston, - 2 00 

Hartshorn & Pike, - 1 73 

Amount carried forward, - * 2,424 88 



14 



Amount brought forward, 


2,424 88 


John Y. Kestcr, - 


9 00 


Nahum Baldwin, - 


10 12 


D. H. Young, 


2 75 


William Dickerman, - 


4 84 


Edward Clough, - 


7 50 


C. M. Stevens, - 


16 00 


F. Kimball, - 


13 00 


John L. Kelly, - 


96 41 


H. Richards, -..**- 


27 38 


P. I. & W. H. Boyd, 


3 59 


G. W, Prescott, - 


6 00 


Monroe Stevens, ... 


8 00 


Isaac Currier, - 


6 00 


Stephen Palmer, • 


4 50 


Mrs. M. Hamblet, - 


3 50 


Lewis Craigins, - - - - 


20 00 


S. S. Goss, - 


40 99 


J. C. Warren, - 


2 00 


J. B. Daniels, - 


1 50 


E. E. Eldridge, - 


51 06 


Joseph Archambault, 


12 00 


James &, Dodge, - - 


1 50 


C. Morse, .... 


5 67 


E. W. Brigham, - 


6 50 


Daniel T. Norris, - 


2 50 


A. N. Clapp & Co., - 


2 00 


Mr. Craig, - 


5 50 


Ambrose Charles, »-•_-_ 


7 28 


Joseph Lafayette, - 


16 00 


Mrs. Weston, ... - 


1 00 


James Mitchell, Jr., 


4 00 


Joseph Murray, - 


6 00 



Amount carried forward, - - 2,828 97 



15 



Amount brought forward, 
John S. Folsom, - 


2,828 97 
6 00 


Benjamin Kinsley, 
George H. Hubbard, 


1 75 
1 00 


Cynthia White, - 


9 00 


T. P. Clough, 


6 00 


Eunice Bickford, 


11 00 


Locke & Smith, 


2 00 


Wm. D. Buck, - 


5 00 

$2,870 72 



PAUPERS OFF THE FARM. 

By amount received from other Towns, $158 01 
« Error in S. L. Lewis's Bill, - 25 00 

" Balance, 1,626 24 

$1,809 25 

EXPENDITURES. 
Amount from Old Account, - - $718 17 

E. C. Cole, for support of Hannah 

Hodgdon, - 15 00 

Mrs. William Brown, for support of 

Widow Haselton, - - 46 67 

T. F. Moulton, for support of Fuller 

Child, - - l - - 15 00 

Mrs. Dakin,for support of L.H. Dakin, 39 00 

Lucius Thurber, for support of Clar- 
ence Bailey, - - - 7 00 

Levi Bailey, for support of Clara 

Willard, .... 2 43 



Amount carried forward, 843 27 



16 

Amount brought forward, ... 843 27 
Asa Hoy t, for support of Mrs.Whipple, 6 00 
S. L. Lewis, Expenses of Small Pox 

Cases at his house, - - 70 50 
C. R. Foss, Expenses attending the 

Funeral of N. Badger, - 15 00 

J. A. Mcrril, Board of Pauper, - 3 50 

L. Gould, Support of J. K. Sargent, 27 00 
S. S. Moulton, Assistance for M. J. 

Wood, - 3 00 

S. S. Moulton, Clothing and Assist- 
ance for Ames Children, - 15 00 
T. S. Montgomery, Assistance and 

Clothing for Fuller Child, 2 24 

N. W. Cumner, Clothing for Bailey 

Children, - - - 4 75 

Plumer & Chandler, Clothing for 

John Griffin, - 3 92 

S. S. Moulton, Assistance for Ames 

Children, - 
J. A. Jones, Assistance, 
Joseph L. Smith, 3 M Shingles for 

Ginger Harvey, 
J. M. Hawks, for Wood, 
Thomas Boardman, " 
J. H. Moor, " 

E. H. Dustin, " - 

T. F. Moulton, " 

E. Parmenter, " 

Foster Kimball, " 

D. H. Young, " - 

S. G. Goss, " 

D. B. Eastman, " - 

Amount carried forward, - - - 1,120 66 



13 


20 




50 


6 


75 


1 


75 


24 


21 


9 


37 


11 


39 


5 


00 


19 


86 


5 


75 


2 


75 


5 12 


21 


33 



17 



Amount brought forward, - - $1,1 

Johnson, Smith & Co., for Wood, 
E. Boardman, " " 

H. J. Tirrell, " " 

Thomas Wheat, Medical Attendance, 
Josiah Crosby, " 

Mrs. B. M. Moulton," . " 

Win. D. Buck, " " in 

small pox case, - 

J. M. Hawks, Medicine, 
J. Allen Tebbetts, " - 
Clock & Sherwood, " 
S. S. Moulton, Postage, Stationery, &c. 
Daniel Randlctt, Groceries, - 
L. P. Association, 
M. 0. Farrar, 
Kidder & Chandler, 
J. S. Folsom, 
Ira B. Bond, 
Allen N. Clapp & Co. 
Kicker, Godfrey & Co 
W. P. Felch, 
Jona. Y. McQueston, 
D. L. Willey, 
Daniel Conner, 
Michael Gillis, 
G. B. McQueston, 
Adams & Andrews, 
Jeremiah Hays, 
T. S. Montgomery, 
S. S. Moulton, Travelling Expenses, 
S. S. Moulton, assistance for Mrs. 
Batchelder, - 



20 6G 

2 84 
1 38 

3 25 
3 25 
3. 00 
3 00 

00 

98 
S6 
75 
99 
75 
36 
1-1 
00 
88 
55 
50 
02 
00 
07 
60 
00 
00 
00 
13 
00 
00 



20 

7 

10 

3 5 

22 

42 

26 

4 

7 

3 

47 

6 



1 00 



Amount carried forward, 



$1,424 29 



18 

Amount hr ought forward, - - $1,424 29 
J. M. Hawks, assistance for poor per- 
son, 1 08 

New-Hampshire Asylum, board and 

expense of T. J. Garvin, - 125 00 
New-Hampshire Asylum, board and 

expense of Emma V. Haselton, 65 86 
New-Hampshire Asylum, board and 

expense of Sarah Y. Smith, 46 03 
Reform School, board and expense 

of John Copp, - - - 35 87 
Reform School, board and expense 

of T. Morrison, - - - 11 00 
Straw & Prince, funeral expenses of 

sundry persons, - - - 46 88 
Isaac Currier, funeral expenses of N. 

Badger, - 5 00 
Patrick McLaughlin, funeral expen- 
ses of N. Badger, - - 6 00 
Hill & Langley, horse hire, - 6 50 
Hill & Cilley, " " - - 2 00 
S. D. Sherburne, " " 3 50 
G. W. Weeks, shoes and boots, - 2 00 
Clark & Kimball, " - 4 08 
I. B. Bond & Co., Dry Goods, - - 6 51 
Putney & Fearing, " " - - 2 90 
Jacob B. Daniels, Horse and Carriage, 2 75 
S. S. Moulton, preparing Report, 6 00 
James Emerson, Robe and Coffin, 6 50 

$1,809 25 



19 



CITY EARM, I860. 

By Balance from last year's account, $1,707 95 

' " Error in T. R. Hubbard's Bill, - 5 24 

" Stock sold from Farm, - - 396 00 

" Produce do., do., - - - 74 64 

" Appropriation, - - - 2600 00 



■$4,783 83 



EXPENDITURES. 



J. F. Woodbury, Shoeing, - $ 55 

Charles Bunton, " - - - 2 25 

J. F. Woodbury, Blacksmithing, 8 91 

Charles Bunton, " - 4 50 
J. B. McCrillis, « - 14 75 
S. S. Moulton, labor taking Stock 

Account, - - - - 4 50 

Jacob Peavey, Services, - - 375 00 

Mary E. Stevens, " - - - 61 25 

Zadock Wright, " - - 129 00 

Mrs. Wright, " - - 52 50 

Charles Young, « - . - 26 25 

Luther Stevens, " - - 100 00 

William McPherson, Mason Work, 4 00 
D. Farmer, Jr., expenses to Dover 

Fair, - - - - - 86 50 
D. Farmer, Jr., expenses to Boston, 6 00 

Cook & Miller, Salt Fish, - 10 59 

John S. Folsom, " " - - 4 50 

T. A. & A. J. Lane, Flour, - - 25 75 

Horace Johnson, " - 6 25 



Amount carried fonvard, - - $923 05 



20 



Amount brought forward, 

J. Abbott & Co., " - 

John S. Folsom, " j - 

J. Abbott & Co., Middlings, 
Kidder & Chandler, Dry Goods, 
Barton & Co., " " • 

Jackson & Kimball, " " 
Plumer & Chandler, « " - 
P. I. & W. H. Boyd, » 
J. A. Jacobs, Clothing, - 
Spencer & Son, Brooms, 
Richard Pillsbury, Threshing Grain 
Kidder & Chandler, Groceries, 

D. Farmer, Jr., Pasturing, 
Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 
J. B. Varick, " 
Adams & Andrews, Potash, - 
Kidder & Chandler, " - 

E. P. Johnson, Hard Coal, - 
Wm. M. Plumer, Coffee, - 
J. A. Perry, " 
W. E. Eastman & Son, Matches, 
T. A. & A. J. Lane, " - 
W. E. Eastman & Son, Tobacco, 
John S. Folsom, " 
T. A. & A. J. Lane, 
James Kcnnard, " 
Kidder & Chandler, " 
Tewksbury & Wilson, Medicine, 
J. A. Perry, " 
Tewksbury & Wilson, Alcohol, 
J. A, Perry, " 
Z. F. Perry, " - 
J. Butterfield, Cattle Doctor, 

AmowU carried forward, 



$923 


05 


20 


38 


- 28 


00 


2 


00 


• 31 


43 


20 


02 


16 


37 




62 


o 


25 


- 4 


00 




44 


ii, 11 


00 


6 


80 


- 31 


00 


, 32 


54 


2 


05 


2 


22 


1 


94 


7 


00 


- 1 


30 


11 


80 


- 


12 




10 


- 2 


76 


2 


64 


- 6 


61 




42 


4 


36 


r 

o 


35 




90 


- 


40 




80 


- 


38 


4 


25 


SI, 191 


30 



21 



.mount brought forward, - - $] 

Tewksbury & Wilson, Holland Gin, 
Z.F.Campbell, . " 

J. A. Perry, " " 

Wm, M. Plumer, Molasses, - 
Merrill & Til ton, " 

T. A. & A. J. Lane, « 
John S. Folso.m, " - 

W. M. Plumer, Oil, 
J. S. Folsom, " - 
W. M. Plumer, Tea, - 
Merrill & Bailey, " 
Kidder & Chandler, " - 
M. 0. Farrar, " - 

J. S. Folsom, " - 

Cyrus Dunn, Cheese, - 
T. A. & A. J. Lane, Cheese, 
James Kennard, 
M. 0. Farrar, 
Kidder & Chandler, 
Merrill & Bailey, 
J. S. Folsom, 
Mary E. Stevens, Pork, - 
Hill & Langley, Horses and Carriages, 
J. B. Chase, Leather, - 
Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Grass Seed, 
Kidder & Chandler, " " 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Garden Seeds, 
T. A. & A. J. Lane, 
Wm. M. Plumer, " " 

T. A. & A. J. Lane, Cream Tartar, - 
Kidder & Chandler, 
John S. Folsom, " «■ 



L91 


BO 




75 




55 


5 


30 


1 


00 




63 


1 


05 


29 


53 




85 


2 


00 


1 


00 


Q 
O 


00 


o 
O 


00 


1 


00 


5 


00 


1 


60 


1 


06 


3 


36 


3 


00 


1 


59 


7 41 


1 


62 




68 


4 


75 


4 


95 


14 


02 


2 


75 


3 


43 




80 




50 




36 




86 




80 



Amount carried forward, 



,302 50 



9,9. 



Amount brought forward, ... $1,302 50 

Baldwin & Co., Sawing Lumber, - 88 9T 
W. P. Stratton, Repairing Water 

Pipes, - - - - - 1 25 

T. L. Hastings, Boots and Shoes, - 5 00 

B. Kinsley, " " - '2 00 

H. R. Chamberlin, Hats, - 1 37 
Daniels, Forsaitli & Co., Sulphate of 

Lime, - - - - - 6 00 

Daniels, Forsaitli & Co., Plaster, - 4 95 

David Young, Shoats, - - - 80 00 

David Young, Turkeys, - 2 00 

John S. Folsom, Brooms, 90 

John S. Folsom, Soap, - 22 

T. R. Hubbard, Window Sash, - 84 

T. R. Hubbard, Clapboards, - - 4 40 

Freeman Wilson, Beef, - - 40 50 

Cook & Miller, " - 88 

Cook & Miller, Lamprey Eels, - 52 

Brigham & Pratt, Crackers, - 6 13 

J. S. Folsom, Rice, - - - 1 80 

D. H. Young, Lime, - 2 05 

D. H. Young, Cement, - - - 2 50 

D. H.Young, Mason Work, - 7 00 

D. H.Young, Laths., - 60 

D.H.Young, Hair, - - 25 

Kidder & Chandler, Crockery, - 1 69 

Kidder & Chandler, Saleratus, - 38 

James A. Weston, Rye, - 9 60 

A. C. Wallace, Carpenter Work, - 50 82 

Marcus Ayer, " " - 17 61 

Thomas Emerson " " - 9 35 

Daniels, Forsaitli & Co., S. Turpentine, 16 

Amount carried forward, ... $1,551 74 



23 



Amount brought forward. 


- $1,551 


74 


P. J. Handley, Repairing Har: 


ncss, - 


75 


J. S. Folsom, Twine, - 


- 


06 


John Campbell, Exchange of Oxen, 42 


00 


J. P. Eaton, Pasturing, - 


32 


00 


William A. Rundlett, Making 


Cider, 9 


59 


Wra. M. Plumer, Lamb, 


2 


15 


Wm. M. Plumer, Lemons, 


- 


12 


J. S. Folsom, Soda, 


- 


49 


J. S. Folsom, Molasses Cask, 




75 


J. S. Folsom, Raisins, - 


- 


40 


Clark & Kimball, Boots, - 


- ■ 3 


00 


Milliken & Abbott, Clothing, - 


- 3 


00 


Kidder & Chandler, Salt, - 


4 


45 


Merrill & Tilton, Sugar, - 


8 


33 


W. M. Plumer, 


6 


33 


T. A. & A. J. Lane," 


4 


25 


J. S. Folsom, 


9 


25 


Barney & Straw, " 


4 


25 


Spencer & Son, " 


- 3 


99 


Kidder & Chandler, Spices, 


1 


08 


W. E. Eastman & Son, " 


- 


13 


W. M. Plumer, " 


- 


40 


J. S. Folsom, " - 


- 


17 


Kidder & Chandler, Needles, 


- 


48 


W. H. Fisk, Books, - 


1 


12 


Balance to new account, - 


- 3,093 


55 

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24 

CITY TEAM. 



By Balance from old account, - - $366 87 
Appropriation, - 300 00 

Cash of G. Kimball, for Horse, - 100 00 

" " F. Kimball, for use of Team, 129 14 
Labor of Team on Highway, - 603 49 
" " charged to Fire De- 

partment, - 750 00 

$2,249 50 



EXPENDITURES. 


IP 


J. F. Woodbury, Blacksmith Work 


, 


Shoeing, ^c., - 


61 92 


Hall, Perkins & Co., Corn, 


125 35 


Hall, Perkins & Co., Meal, - 


89 55 


Hall, Perkins & Co., Oats, - 


116 46 


Hall, Perkins & Co., Feed, - 


12 44 


Hall, Perkins & Co., Middlings, 


1 40 


S. C. Merrill, Horse Labor, - 


17 33 


T. R. Cochran, Hay, - - - 


15 84 


A. Whitney, 


331 38 


R. Stevens, Straw, - 


1 30 


John R. Chandler, Straw, - 


4 09 


J. A. Weston, " - 


3 84 


Artemas Whitney, " - 


19 03 


J. Abbott & Co., " - 


5 64 


Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 


8 75 


H. S. Barnes, Labor, - 


91 79 


Hugh Ramsey, " - 


351 33 


Joseph A. Weeks 


254 50 


S. Wheeler, Repairing Tools, - 


9 75 


C. D. Dunbar, " 


2 37 



Amount carried forward, - - 1,521 06 



25 

Amount hr ought forward, - - • %\ ,524 06 
William M. Plumer, Fluid, Stilt and 

Potatoes, - 5 10 

Tewksbury & Wilson, Medicine, 97 

Z. F. Campbell, " - -3 61 

Geo. W. Cheney, « 2 00 

C. R. Colley, Paint, - - - 2 18 

F. Kimball, one Horse, - - 225 00 

Oliver Greely, Repairing Harnesses, 113 50 

Hartshorn & Pike, Watering Pot, 75 

Samuel C. Merrill, one Horse, - 150 00 
Balance to new account, - 



$2,249 50 



HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES. 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 1. 

By Balance from old account, - - $48 67 

" Appropriation, - 150 00 

" Transferred from Reserved Fund, 350 00 



$548 67 



EXPENDITURES. 

George Clark, Labor, - - 12 00 

G. W. Dustin, " - 14 00 

N. Preston, " 9 50 

John Gamble, ** - 1 50 

C. W. Rowcll, » 2 75 

John P. Rowell, " - - 9 50 

John S. Yeaton, ««■ 2 00 

Amount earned forward, - - • $51 25 



26 



Amount brought for ivard, 

John Stark, for labor, 
Jona. Hartshorn, " 
Jos. M. Rowell, " - 

Daniel Riley, " 

Patrick Welch, " - 

Samuel Hall, " 

Fred. Kimball, " - 

Peter Kimball, " 

Daniel Cronin, " - 

Daniel Sullivan, " 

Dennis O'Neal, " - 

Thomas O'Brien, 
Thomas Brannan, " - 
John Welch, " 

George Clark, Team Labor, 
N. Preston, " " 

Geo. W. Dustin, " " 

P. Kimball, 

Peter Kimball, " " 

George Clark, Plow, 
F. Kimball, Cart, 
Ezra Copp, Stone, - 
A. Walker & Co., Stone, 
Ezra Kimball, Stone Chips, 
Balance to new account, 



$51 25 



3 50 




1 00 




3 00 




1 25 




1 25 




4 50 




1 75 




18 38 




18 00 




16 75 




17 25 




1 50 




3 50 




9 25 




8 25 




3 25 




3 00 




2 50 




114 32 




75 




25 




3 12 




150 88 




3 00 




107 22 




i 


?548 67 



27 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 2. 



By Balance from old account, - 


$263 


10 


" Appropriation for I860, 


3,700 


00 






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EXPENDITURES. 






Paid George Hunt, Team Labor, - 


- 1 


75 


S. L. Fogg, " " - 


2 75 


S. C. Merrill, 


- 7 


88 


H. T. Nichols, 


1 


00 


City Team, 


506 


27 


F. Kimball, « " - 


138 


55 


C. Clough, " " 


- 30 


62 


Hiram Brown, " " - 


60 


00 


T. P. Clough, 


- 44 


50 


Luther Campbell " " - 


43 


87 


N. McCrillis, 


- 56 


99 


Varick, Martin & Co., Hardware, 


9 


00 


Daniels, Forsaith & Co., " 


16 


73 


G. W. Merriam, Blacksmith Work 


9 

5 u 


73 


J. B. McCrillis, 


2 


75 


John Houston, " " 


34 


85 


Houston & Eaton, " 


39 


30 


Hartshorn & Pike, Water Dipper, 




42 


Hartshorn & Pike, Iron, - 


- 


25 


A. W. Walker & Co., Stone Cover 


to 




Sesspool, - 


4 


00 


Gas Light Co., Cinders, - 


19 13 


John B. McCrillis, Stone Drag, - 


2 


75 


George Hunt, Use of Cart, 


9 


43 



Amount carried forward, 



,035 52 



28 

Amount brought for -ward, 

H. S. Barnes, use of Cart, 

F. Kimball, 

T. P. Clough, « 

Charles Clough, " " 

City, " « 

Wiber Gay, Labor, 

Hugh Ramsey, " 

H. S. Barnes, " - 

James Cam, « 

Robert Scott, " 

Lewis O'Brien, " 

P. Stanton, " 

D. Mahanna, " 

P. Riley, « - 

J. Gilchrist, <i 

J. Kelley, " 

J. Prindable, » 

J. Clement, " 

S. Powers, " 

T. Sullivan, " 

J. Riley, " 

H. Brown, «< 

Joseph A. Weeks, " 

F. Smiley, " - 

Wm. Chase, " 

Asa Hoyt, " 

S. C. Merrill, 

Peter Scanlan, " ■ - 

W. E. Eastman, " 

John Holland, 

D. AY. Clark, 

C. Heath, « - 

Amount carried forward, - - $2,717 26 



ftl,U30 




2 


0\) 

50 


9 


99 


1 


18 


8 


99 


- 153 


00 


81 


05 


- 71 


62 


187 


00 


- 127 


00 


2 


50 


- 19 


50 


133 


25 


7 


50 


1 


00 


1 


00 


51 


10 


6 


50 


12 


00 


7 


50 


3 


00 


3 


50 


65 


00 


152 


25 


132 


25 


51 


00 


60 


75 


71 


00 


27 


50 


45 


56 


172 


50 


9 


75 



29 



Amount hromjht forward, 


$2. 


,717 26 


Edwd. McQueston " 


- 


133 50 


William Griffin, " 


. 


26 00 


Michael Scanlan, " 


- 


65 75 


James Croley, " 


- 


17 00 


Con. Hcaston, " 


- 


2 00 


T. P. Clough, 


_ 


37 00 


Charles Clough, " 


- 


4 75 


John Newton, " 


. 


30 75 


Lewis Mason, " 


- 


70 25 


John Larkin, " 


_ 


19 25 


Orlando Langley, " 


- 


12 00 


Sylvester Donahue," 


. 


7 75 


James Marr, " 


- 


9 25 


D. B. Allen, 


_ 


2 25 


Daniel Kelley, " 


- 


9 50 


W. C. Shannon, " 


_ 


3 50 


Edward Burns, " 


- 


6 00 


Moulton Knowlcs, " 


_ 


6 75 


George Hunt, " 


- 


1 00 


W. P. Griffin, 


_ 


11 00 


Jacob F. James, Engi 


neering, - 


4 00 


Granite Railway, Stone Chips, 


5 60 


S. H. Merrill, Laboi 


, - 


2 25 


George Varnum, " 


. 


9 25 


Michael Welch, " 


- 


5 75 


Pat. Fowler, Team 


Labor, - 


5 50 


Edward Burns, " 


i. 


2 00 


D. W. Langley, by 


, Langley, Team 


i 


Labor, 


_ 


10 00 


G. W. Glines, Team 


Labor, 


18 68 


Abel Hobbs, 


« _ 


3 00 


N. A. Clark, Labor, 


- 


2 50 



Amoun t carried forward, 



83,201 04 



30 



mount brought forward, 
Daniel Farmer, " - 
W. E. Eastman & Son, Labor, 
William Kimball, " 

William Slmr, " 

S. Walker & Co., Stone, - 
F. S. Lynch, Carpenter Work, 
Neal & Holbrook, " 
James A. Weston, Engineering, - 
Chas. R. Colley, Painting, 
Joseph Mitchell, Chestnut Plank, 
Moses D. Stokes, Flagging Stone, 
Asa Hoyt, Powder and Fuse, 
Balance to new account, - 



$3,261 04 


3 


00 


8 


00 


7 


50 


5 


00 


48 


81 


- 


87 


- 


42 


11 


50 


- 27 


12 


, - 33 


91 


, 127 


46 


4 


16 


429 


81 




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HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 3. 



By Balance from old account, 
" Appropriation, - 



Amount tarried forward, 



$26 80 
350 00 



EXPENDITURES. 




Charles W. Barker, Labor, - 


3 00 


Groves Brown, « - 


50 


W. C. Powers, 


9 50 


E. C. Howlett, « - 


12 25 


J. B. Chase, 


50 


Wm. L. Lock, " - 


51 85 


Joseph L. Lock, 


28 00 



$376 80 



$105 60 



Amount brought forward, - - - $ 105 00 

Levi Woodman, « - - 17 84 

J. G. Brown, " 8 50 

Kadmiel Haselton, " - - 9 00 

W. W, Baker, «« - 10 00 

Benjamin Mitchell, " - 7 75 

Nathaniel Webster, " - 3 75 

Benjamin Stevens, " - - 9 00 

Ira Stevens, " 6 00 

Eben Ross, " - - 23 75 

W. Arbunckle, " - 6 00 

R. C. Dustin, " - - 1 00 

Albert Simpson, " 7 00 

W. W. Sargent, " - - 4 00 

B. F. Mitchell, •« - 7 75 

Peter Mitchell, « - - 4 00 

James W. Locke, <i 2 00 

Carlton, " - - 2 50 

Sylvester Donahue, " - 1 75 

Paul Tenney, " - . 2 25 

John Larkin, " 1 50 

Charles W. Barker, Team Labor, - 50 

Groves Brown, " " - 1 00 

W. C. Powers, " " - 10 00 

E. C. Howlett, " " - 10 50 

John Calef, " " - 35 

W. S. Lock, " <• . ' 30 50 

J. G. Brown, « " . 8 25 

W. W. Baker, " " - 8 00 

B. F. Mitchell, 7 75 

R. C. Dustin, « " - 1 00 

Albert Simpson, " " - 6 00 

Eben Ross, « " - 8 50 

Amount carried forward, - - - $333 29 



32 



Amount brought forward, 
B. Mitchell, 
Carlton, 

Gas Light Co., Cinders, - 
John Calef, Clay, 
W. S. Lock, Cart Labor, 
W. C. Powers, " " - 

%B. F. Mitchell, " 
Albert Simpson, " " - 
W. W. Baker, " 
Peter Mitchell, " " - 
W. C. Powers, Plow " 
J. T. P. Hunt, Rollings, - 
Eben Ross, Scraper, 
J. Ingham, Damage of Cart, 
G. W. Merriam, Sharpening Tools, 
Balance to new account, 



$333 


29 


1 


00 


2 


50 


- 14 


12 


2 


00 


- 5 


68 


2 


25 


2 


43 


1 


50 




25 




50 


2 


75 


1 


00 




38 


1 


25 


, 1 


33 


4 


57 



$376 80 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 4. 



$70 


09 






75 


00 










$145 


09 



By Balance from old account, 
" Appropriation, 



EXPENDITURES. 

John Calef, Labor, - 1 00 

Ira W. Moore, " 2 25 

John Emerson, Jr., " - - - 1 00 

Nathaniel Moore, " - - - 1 00 



Amount brought forward, » - - 5 25 



33 



Amount brought forward, 


$5 25 


David Webster, Labor, 


50 


John P. Moore, " - - 


2 00 


R. P. Whittemore" 


31 49 


I. Whittemore, ««--■- 


12 87 


Ira W. Moore, " 


4 37 


David Webster, " - 


2 00 


W. P. Webster, " 


50 


J. J. Whittemore" - 


2 50 


J. Aiken, " 


3 00 


Chas. Aiken, " - 


2 50 


David Webster, Team Labor, 


50 


Ira W. Moore, 


50 


John Emerson, " " - 


1 00 


John P. Moore, " " 


1 00 


Nathaniel Moore, " 


1 00 


Daniel Webster, " 


50 


John Calef, " " - 


50 


R. P. Whittemore, " 


50 


Isaac Whittemore, " " - 


50 


Ira W. Moore, " " - 


2 87 


David Webster, " " - . - 


1 00 


Ira W. Moore, Cart Labor, - 


38 


David Webster, " " 


12 


A. C. Wallace, Chestnut Posts, - 


5 40 


I. W. Moore, Lumber, - 


4 00 


Balance to new account, - 


57 84 



$145 09 



34 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 5. 



By balance from old account, - - $33 13 

" Appropriation, - - - 125 00 

" Transferred from Reserved Fund, 200 00 

" Balance to new account, - - 112 82 



EXPENDITURES. 




Jonas Harvey, Jr., 


Labor, 


38 11 


W. P. Merrill, 


u 


3 00 


Ephraim S. Harvey, 


a 


12 63 


Rodnia Nutt, 


a 


2 25 


David H. Nutt, 


u 


33 56 


James McQueston, 


a 


3 75 


W. W. Dickey, 


« 


1 00 


Gilman Harvey, 


u 


3 50 


Elbridge Roby, 


a 


2 75 


S. Blanchard Hill, 


a 


4 25 


John Dickey, 


a 


9 10 


W. P. Newell, 


a 


9 50 


James Emerson, 


a 


13 50 


John Young, 


a 


7 50 


Amos Cressey, 


a 


4 00 


James Nutt, 


a 


4 00 


Sampson Annis, 


a 


1 50 


James M. Young, 


a 


13 68 


Daniel W. Fling; 


it 


1 00 


James M. Nutt, 


a 


38 87 


Lander Griffin, 


a 


9 25 


W. P. Merrill, Team 


i Labor, - 


3 50 


E. S. Harvey, " 


a 


8 62 


Rodnia Nutt, " 


a 


1 75 


James Harvey, Jr." 


a 


2 00 



$470 95 



Amount carried forward. 



$232 57 



60 



Amount carried forward, 


- 


$232 57 


Oilman Harvey, Team Labor, 


5 


50 


Elbridge Roby, " 


u 




50 


Jehu Dickey, " 


a 




50 


W. P. Newell, " 


u 


2 


50 


James M. Nutt, " 


a 


12 


00 


David H. Nutt, " 


« 


1 


50 


S. B. Hill, 


a 




50 


F. Kimball, " 


a 


7 


75 


Amos Cresscy, " 


U 




50 


W. P. Merrill, Cart 


a 


1 


11 


E. S. Harvey, " 


a 




SI 


Jonas Harvey, Jr. " 


U 




44 


James M. Nutt, " 


a 


1 


38 


Gilman Harvey, " 


a 


1 


00 


S. B. Hill, 


a 


1 


50 


Amos Cressey, " 


a 




12 


D. H. Nutt, 


a 




75 


David H. Nutt, Gravel 


i 


4 


00 


James Nutt, " 


- 


1 


95 


J. & E. S. Harvey, Lumber, 


m 


53 


E. S. Harvey, 


a 


60 


98 


James Nutt, Stone, 


- 


2 


00 


John Young, " - 


- 


2 


80 


Daniels, Forsaith & Co 


., Powder, 




G4 


D. H. Nutt, Blacksmithing, 




60 


C. & L.Gage, 


- 


5 


60 


John B. Varick, Hardware, 


4 


58 


John Dickey, Spikes, 


- 




67 


James Emerson, Jr., Spikes, - 


4 


67 








$470 95 



36 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 6. 



By balance from old account, - - 49 89 
" Appropriation, - 100 00 

" Transferred from Incidental Expense 

Account, - - - - 50 00 

EXPENDITURES. 
David Dickey, 3d, Surveyor, Labor 

James Wiley, " 

William Hoyt, " 

George Hunt, " 

John Johnson, " 

Amos C. Webster, " 
John P. Webster, 

Amos Webster, " 

David Dickey, " 

Madison Dickey, " 

Nahum W. Curtis, " 

Stephen M. Barker, " 

Gilman Clough, " 

James G. Chase, " 

James M. Dickey, " 

David H. Dickey, " 

Jamtis M. Webster, " 

W. C. Johnson, " 

Horace Hunt, " 
William Hoyt, Team Labor, 
John Johnson, 
A C. Webster, 
David Dickey, 
David Dickey, 3d, 
John P. Webster, 

Amount carried fortvarcl, - - $114 24 



', 9 


25 


5 


25 


8 


8T 


1 


00 


4 


00 


5 


00 


8 


00 


9 


50 


12 


25 




50 


5 


00 




50 


1 


00 


2 


25 


3 


00 


4 


00 


14 


25 


3 


50 


1 


50 




50 




50 


3 


31 


4 


50 


4 


00 


2 


81 



37 



tint brought forward, 


$114 24 


David H. Dickey, Team Labor, 


4 


00 


James M. Webster, " 


a 


4 


50 


Horace Hunt, " 


a 


2 


50 


James M. Dickey, " 


a 


o 


00 


David Dickey, 3d, Use 


of Cart, - 




62 


David Dickey, " 


u 




87 


Amos C. Webster, " 


a 




37 


John P. Webster, " 


u 




3T 


David H. Dickey, " 


a 




99 


James M. Webster, " 


a 




62 


James M. Dickey, " 


a 




75 


John Johnson, Use of Plow, - 


2 


00 


William Hoyt, " 


u 


1 


50 


Gilman Clough, 1,059 feet of Lumber 


, 15 


34 


Balance to new accoun 


t, " - 


48 


22 








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HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 7. 

By balance from old account, - 33 55 

" Appropriation, - 125 00 

EXPENDITURES. 
Isaac Huse, for Labor, 
Nathan Johnson, 
Joseph Marsh, 
Isaac Webster, 
Joseph Marsh, Jr. 
J. B. Eastman, 

Amount carried forward, 



13 


50 


20 


13 


20 


50 


9 


75 


o 


00 


5 


00 



$158 55 



38 



Amount brought forward, 

Charles A. Hall, For Labor, 
L. A. Morse, " 

James Hall, 2d, " - 
J. B. Eastman, " 
Marshall Junkins, " - 
Solomon Tobie, " 
William Felch, " - 
Isaac Huse, Team Labor, 
Charles A. Hall," " 
N.Johnson, ". " - 
Joseph Marsh, " " 
Israel Webster, " " - 
Joseph Marsh, Use of Cart, 
C. A. Hall, " " - 

Israel Webster, " " 

Isaac Huse, " " - 

N. Johnson, " " 

N. Johnson, Posts, 
Joseph Marsh, Jr., Railing, 
John Leavitt, Use of Scraper, 
Joseph Pierce, " Plow, 
C. A. Hall, 
Balance to new account, 



$70 88 


16 


50 


9 
O 


00 


3 


75 


3 


25 




50 


2 


00 


1 


50 


i 


81 


7 


18 


o 
O 


87 


o 
o 


18 


4 


37 




50 


1 


00 




50 


2 


37 




50 


1 


10 




40 




25 


1 


00 


1 


00 


22 


14 



$158 55 



39 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 8. 



By Balance from old account, - 
" Appropriation, - 
" Transferred from Reserved Fund, 



EXPENDITURES 
John H. Proctor, Surveyor, Labor, 
Luther S. Proctor, 
Luther S. Proctor, Labor and Lum 

ber on Bridge, 
John P. Young, Labor, - 
Amos Latush, " - 

John W. Proctor, " 
George Young, " - 

Ephraim S. Young, " 
Horace Stevens, " - 

Wallace N. Young, " 
David Haselton, " - 

John Latush, " 

Ayers Spofford, " - 

N. B. Reed, " 

Freeman Wilson, " - 

Aaron Crombie, " 

Phinehas Haselton, " - 
Moses Griffin, " 

James M. Crombie, " - 
Peter Farmer, " 

William Young, " - 

L. S. Proctor, Team Labor, 
John P. Young, " " 
John H. Proctor, " " 



$102 


51 


50 


00 


50 


00 


■, 39 


00 


20 


00 


im- 
6 


50 


5 


00 


o 
O 


00 


5 


50 


4 


00 


8 


50 


2 


25 


1 


00 


1 


00 


3 


00 


5 


00 


1 


00 


5 


50 


5 


00 


4 


00 


4 


50 


2 


50 


8 


50 


1 


00 


- 11 


50 


7 


00 


- 15 


00 



$202 51 



Amount carritd forward, 



$169 25 



40 

Amount brought fomvard, - $169 25 

J. W. Proctor, " " - 1 00 

J. M. Crombie, " " -2 50 

J. H. Proctor, Use of Plow, - 75 

J. P. Eaton, u tt 2 00 

Balance to new account, - - 27 01 



$202 51 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 9. 

By Balance from old account, 
" Appropriation, 
" Transferred from Reserved Fund, 

EXPENDITURES 

Daniel Randlett, Surveyor, for Labor 

Walter H. Noyes, 

John G. Webster, 

C. F. Lambert, 

G. B. McQueston, 

B. W. Corning', 

J. Y. McQueston, 

Nathaniel Corning, 

James Currier, 

Amos Drew, 

Jesse Cross, 

Alondo Page, 

Josiah Bartlett, 

Sylvanus Morse, 

Ladd Boyce, 

Johnson Morse, 

Amount carried forward, - - $117 55 





$43 60 




125 00 


1, 


150 00 




#319 60 


3. 


«jpOj.o \j\r 


Liabo: 


r, 33 25 


u 


10 50 


a 


10 50 


« 


1 50 


it 


50 


u 


4 90 


'« 


16 50 


u 


6 25 


a 


2 75 


a 


6 00 


a 


6 40 


u 


3 00 


a 


2 00 


a 


4 00 


a 


5 50 


a 


4 00 



41 



Amount brought forward, 


- 


$117 55 




Stephen Hasclton, 


Labor, 


4 75 




Sherburn Corning, 




u 


2 50 




David Swett, 




a 


8 10 




Leonard Hasclton, 




a 


4 00 




Franklin Page, 




a 


2 00 




G. W. Hasclton, 




u 


3 75 




Reuben Haselton, 




a 


2 75 




C. W. Haselton, 




u 


1 75 




A. N. Scott, 




a 


3 00 




Russell Ray, 




a 


4 50 




G. W. George, 




a 


4 00 




W. H. Noyes, Team Labor, 


- 






J. Y. McQueston, " 


u 


- 


19 75 




Nathaniel Corning, " 


a 


- 


50 




Daniel Randlett, " 


a 


- 


2 75 




Sylvanus Morse, " 


a 


- 


1 00 




George W. George, " 


a 


- 


*3 00 




J. & E. Harvey, Lumber, 


- 


2 69 




Daniel Randlett, 


a 


- 


3 27 




Gilman Clough, 


u 


- 


31 67 




Francis Manter, 


« 


- 


3 15 




Daniels, Forsaith & Co., 


, Hardw 


are, 


5 78 




Daniel Randlett, Blacksmith W 


ork, 


25 




J. F. Woodbury, " 


< 


;i 


2 00 




Daniel Randlett, Use of Cart, 




50 




Sylvanus Morse, " 


a 


- 


50 




Nathaniel Corning" 


u 




25 




J. Y. McQueston, " 


a 


- 


2 75 




W. H. Noyes, 


u 




25 




G. W. George, " 


a 


- 


50 




Daniel Randlett, Use of Plow, • 




50 




W. H. Noyes, 


a 


- 


25 




Balance to new accounl 


: ? " 


- 


80 27 


60 






»jp O 1 o 



42 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 10. 



By Balance from old Account, - - 58 15 

" Cash of H. 0. Dudley for Stone, - 1 25 

" Appropriation, - 500 00 

" Cash of Charles Bartlett, - - - 4 75 

" Transferred from Reserved Fund, - 250 00 

" Error in C. Bartlett's Bill, - - 4 75 



EXPENDITURES. 




Chas. Bartlett, for Labor. 


(Sur 


veyor) 


89 18 


J. Morse, for Labor, 


- 


- 


14 37 


C. Bowker, 




- 


- 


4 50 


James Walker, ' 




- 


- 


2 50 


H. O. Dudley, 




- 


- 


1 25 


Samuel Adams, ' 




- 


- 


2 00 


R. L. Livingston, ' 




- 


- 


62 


John B. Eastman, 




- 


- 


5 25 


John Chatman, ' 




- 


- 


40 50 


Michael Welch, ' 




- 


- 


2 00 


Frank Hutchinson, ' 




- 


- 


50 00 


Eben Hartshorn, 




- 


- 


19 50 


Thomas Dwin, ( 




- 


- 


6 75 


John Davis, 




- 


- 


1 00 


James Burns, ' 




- 


- 


2 50 


A. G. Fairbanks, ' 




- 


- 


3 25 


Levi Dodge, ' 




- 


- 


1 00 


James Harvell, 




- 


- 


4 00 


William Baker, 




- 


- 


1 50 


Columbus Wyman, ' 




- 


- 


7 50 


Noah Kcnerson, 




- 


- 


7 32 


Enoch Burbank, 




- 


- 


6 50 



$818 90 



Amount carried forward, 



$272 99 



43 



Amount brought forward, - 
B. F. Fletcher, Labor, 
Thomas Boardman, 
John Bartlett, 
Patrick Foley, 
A. N. Clapp & Co., 
John Humphrey, 
Samuel Brown, 
A. C. Wallace, 
Daniel Barnard, 
Sylvanus Johnson, 
Samuel Brown, Jr., 
Daniel McKean, 
J. Morse, Team Labor, 
Chas. Bartlett, " 
A.G.Fairbanks," 
James Harvell, " 
John Bartlett, " 
W. S. Locke, " 
Peter Turney, " 
Jas. Campbell, " 
T. Boardman, " 
A. C. Wallace, " 
F. Hutchinson, " 
James Walker, " 
S. Johnson, " 
W. P. Stratton, Tinning Bridge, 
J. Morse, Use of Cart, 

John Bartlett, « " - 

A.G.Fairbanks," " 

James Harvell, " " - 

W. S. Locke, " " 

Daniel Barnard, " " - 

Amottnt carried forward, 



8272 


99 


. 8 


50 


1 


75 


7 


00 


2 


00 


4 


00 


4 


00 


6 


50 


20 


00 


6 


62 




80 


1 


00 


1 


20 


8 


00 


63 


50 


10 


50 


4 


00 


29 


50 


2 


00 


3 


00 


5 


50 


3 


50 


24 


00 


8 


00 


3 


50 


1 


00 


1 


25 




25 


11 


25 


2 


25 




75 




50 


6 


25 



$524 86 



44 

Amount brought forward, - . - 

CI arles Bartlett, Use of Cart, - 

John B. Varick, Spikes, 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., 1 Scraper, 

A. N. Clapp & Co., Hardware, - 

Mrs. French, Stone, 

Robert Young, Paving Stones, - 

Daniel Bowman, Stones, 

John Bartlett, Use of Plow, 

James Harvell, " " 

A. C. Wallace, Marl, 

Charles Colley, Use of Staging Poles, 

Elliot & Wilson, Bolts and Nuts, 

G. S. Groombridge, Blacksmith Work, 27 73 

C. & L. Gage, " " 

Clement & Lane, Painting Bridges, 

Manchester Print Works, Old Tin, 

Lewis Simons, Lumber, 

A. C. Wallace, " 

Balance to new Account, 



$524 


86 


2 


00 


4 


00 


21 


85 


5 


50 


7 


22 


21 


00 


4 


00 


5 


00 




25 




25 


1 


74 


! 5 


75 


3 


39 


c,27 


73 


4 


21 


37 


76 


2 


52 


15 


44 


116 


82 


12 


61 



518 90 



45 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 11. 

By Balance from old account, - - $01 84 
" Appropriation, - 500 00 

" Transferred from City Hall Stores Ac- 
count, - 75 00 

$636 84 
EXPENDITURES. 

George H. Colby, Surveyor, for Labor, 76 57 

Joseph Melvin, 

Alpheus Bodwell, 

Ezra Stearns, 

Daniel Butterfield, 

G. H. Stearns, 

Benjamin White, 

Samuel Austin, 

John Hartshorn, 

Jonathan Hartshorn, 

Benjamin Hartshorn, 

A. H. Gerry, 

Joseph W. Bailey, 

Maurice Foley, 

Dennis Cassidy, 

John Mahaney, 

Daniel Farmer, 

Nicholas Parker, 

Shubal T. Jones, 

Joseph Hawkins, 

William Nelson, 

John Wallace, 

Michael Marah, 

T. C. Stearns, 

Amount carried fonvard, - - - $313 07 



'or, 76 


57 


; 31 


75 


; 46 


75 


; 5 


00 


; 3 


50 


; 13 


75 


1 


50 


1 


50 


2 


50 


: O 


00 




50 


24 


50 


11 


50 


12 


50 


11 


50 


6 


00 


3 


00 


7 


00 


15 


50 


3 


50 


2 


00 




50 


9 


50 


20 


75 



46 



[mount Drought forward, 


- 




$313 07 


Warren Stearns, 


For Laboi 


-, 3 50 


• Moses Wyman, 




a 


1 20 


John Parker, 




a 


6 00 


Owen Parker, 




a 


5 25 


John Field, 




a 


.6 75 


Michael Finn, 




iC 


8 25 


John Harrigan, 




a 


6 75 


Thomas Murphy, 




a 


12 25 


James Lucy, 




a 


9 50 


Charles Bean, 




a 


1 00 


James M. Garrett, 




a 


50 


•Robert Murray, 




a 


1 00 


H. S. Way, 




a 


50 


A. H. Gage, 




a 


2 00 


George Powers, 




a 


5 00 


Edson Williams, 




a 


1 25 


Roger Stevens, 




u 


1 00 


Peter Hart, 




a 


12 87 


Daniel Ross, 




a 


1 25 


James Carey, 




a 


4 62 


Alpheus Bodwell, 


Team Labor 


) 


60 50 


Daniel Farmer, 


a u 




17 25 


William Nelson, 


a a 




2 00 


Daniel Butterfield, 


u it 




50 


George H. Colby, 


cc a 




1 25 


Alpheus Bodwell, 


Use of Plow, 




2 89 


B. Hartshorn, 


a a 




2 50 


Daniel Farmer, 


a a 




50 


George H. Colby, 


a a 




1 50 


Alpheus Bodwell, 


" Cart, 




7 88 


Daniel Farmer, 


it a 




6 87 


William Nelson, 


a a 




50 



Amount carried forward, ... $507 13 



47 



Amount brought forward. 



$507 13 



Daniel Butterfield, Use of Cart, 


12 


George H. Colby, " " 


13 


George H. Colby, Lumber, - - 


22 61 


David Wells, " 


34 66 


Daniel Farmer, " 


22 87 


George IT. Colby, Nails and Spikes, 


1 48 


Balance to new account, 


47 84 



#636 84 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 12. 



By Balance from old account, 
" Appropriation} - ■ 

EXPENDITQRES 
P. W. Follansbee, Labor, 
Richard Pillsbury, " - 
Daniel Plumer, " 

James Eaton, " - 

Joseph Cate, " 

Isaac H. Langley, " - 
William Mills, " 

Robert Stevens, " * 

William H. Cogswell, " 
John Huse, " - 

Balance to new Account, 



$167 98 
300 00 



- 99 


6G 


o 
O 


00 


- 14 


00 


13 


25 


7 00 


3 


00 


- 12 


50 


29 


75 


- 11 


79 


5 


00 


- 269 


03 



$467 98 



$467 98 



48 



HIGHWAY DISTRICT NO. 13. 

By Balance from old Account, - - $23 77 

" Appropriation, - 75 00 

" Transferred from Reserved Fund, - 50 00 

" Overdrawn to new Account, - 4 10 



$152 87 



EXPENDITURES. 

Luther Campbell (Surveyor), Labor, 78 00 

William Campbell, " 1 00 

Reuben Kimball, " 8 00 

O. M. Winegar, " 2 00 

George W. Cate, " 8 00 

Lorenzo D. Cate, " 1 00 

Alonzo Wicomb, " 1 00 

Jeremiah Jones, " 1 50 

Jonathan Kimball, " 4 00 

Luther Campbell, Team Labor, 27 00 

Reuben Kimball, " " 8 00 

O. M. Winegar, " " 4 00 

Jonathan Kimball, " " 2 00 

Luther Campbell, Use of Cart, 1 37 

Reuben Kimball, " " 1 00 

Jonathan Kimball, " " 50 

Wm. Campbell, Watering Trough, 3 00 

O. M. Winegar, Use of Cart, - 50 
Luther Campbell, Use of Plow, - 1 00 



$152 87 



49 



NEW HIGHWAYS. 



By balance from old account, - - $493 79 
" Appropriation, - - - 1000 00 

" Transferred from Reserved Fund, 500 00 
" Balance overdrawn to new account, 323 71 



EXPENDITURES. 
Edward McQueston, for Labor, * 

Joseph A. Weeks, " 

H. S. Barnes, " 

Robert Scott, " 

Francis Smiley, " 

Asa Hoyt, " 

Daniel Mahanna, " 

William Chase, u 

William D. Clark, " 

Peter Scanlan, " 

Samuel C. Merrill, " 

James Crowley, " 

Charles Clough, K 

F. 4. Allen, « 
Patrick O'Brien, " 
Hugh Ramsey, " 
T. P. Clough, « 

G. W. Glines, » 
George Varnum, " 
F. Kimball, " 
Luther Campbell, " 
Edward Burns, " 
William Griffin, " 
Sylvester Donahue, " 
John Larkin, « 

Amount carried forward, ... 



■$2,317 50 



39 00 

9 75 

7 25 

9 25 

2 00 

, 7 25 

*17 75 

24 00 

10 25 

7 25 

9 25 

6 00 

2 25 
1 00 
4 00 
9 50 

3 00 
18 68 

3 

3 

17 



00 
00 

87 
00 
50 

75 



13 75 



$242 30 



50 



Amount brought forward, ... $242 30 

John Prindable, for Labor - 8 50 

S. C. Herrick, " 2 00 

Dennis Bonner, " 3 00 

Reuben M. Richardson, " .. - 2 00 

John Newton, " - 11 50 

James Kearne, " - 11 75 

W. E. Eastman & Son, " - 10 75 

Michael Scanlan, " - 11 25 

W. C. Shannon, " - 2 00 

James Marr, " - 10 25 

Jerry Cochran, " - 2 00 

James Page, " - 3 75 

Michael Welch, " - 11 00 

Albert Eastman, " 6 50 

City Team, for Team Labor, - - 51 99 
F. Kimball " " 
S. P. Clough, " " - 
Luther Campbell, " " 



13 25 

3 00 

15 44 

15 43 

50 



G. W. Glines, " " - . - 
Amoskeag Manf'g Co., Use of Cart 
City, " " 1 81 

T. P. Clough, " " 75 

F.Kimball, " " 75 

Jacob F. James, Surveying and mak- 
ing Plans, - - - 36 25 
Hill & Langley, Horse and Carriage, 1 00 
Joseph Cross, Stone for Covering, 8 00 
Daniel W. Fling," " 8 00 
A. Walker & Co., Stone and laying, 255 52 
William P. Riddle, Witness Fees, 5 00 
A. Walker & Co., Drilling holes for 

Fence Posts, - - - 16 00 



Amount carried forward, 



$771 24 



51 



Amount brought forward, 


i 


1771 24 




Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 


20 95 




Houston <fe Eaton, Blacksmith Work 


, 15 99 




R. Gilmore & Co., " 


it 


8 00 




A. C. Wallace, Lumber, 


- 


4 48 




S. S. Moulton, Carpenter Work, 


5 50 




John Leavitt, Damage to Sleigh, 


5 00 




C. R. Colley, Painting, 


- 


4 85 




Geo. Porter, Building new 


Highway 


,225 00 




Patrick McLaughlin, do. 


do. 


550 66 




Amos Webster, do. 


do. 


261 33 




James A. Weston, do. 


do. 


85 00 




Bartlett & Hartshorn, do. 


do. 


151 50 




James Hall, Land taken 


for New 




Highways, 


- 


12 00 




Elbridge Roby, do. 


do. 


16 00 




Freeman Wilson, do. 


do. 


100 0C 




S. & E. Hall, do. 


do. 


25 0C 




S. B. Hill, do. 


do. 


5 00 




Isaac C. Flanders, do. 


do. 


50 00 








<&o 017 


~>r 






$^,-j±< 


>)'j 



GRANITE BRIDGE. 

By balance from old account, - - 19 33 

" Appropriation, ... 300 00 

Balance overdrawn to new account, 168 74 



EXPENDITURES. 




Charles Bartlett, for Labor, - 


- 40 62 


John B. Chapman, " - 


20 00 



$438 07 



Amount carried foncawL, >r - $60 62 



52 



Amount brought forward, 


- 


$60 62 


Eben Hartshorn, " 


- 


8 25 


Francis Munroe, " 


- 


5 31 


Eugene McCarty, " 


- 


1 00 


Jolm Griffin, " 


- 


10 50 


Frank Hutchinson, " 


- 


6 00 


Samuel Brown, " 


- 


2 00 


H. C. Sullivan, 


- 


50 


Daniels, Forsaith & Co., 


Hardware, 


10 90 


A. N. Clapp & Co., 


a 


11 58 


J. B. Yarick, 


a 


3 75 


A. C. Wallace, Lumber, 


- 


58 17 


James M. Tuttle, Plank, 


- 


69 34 


James Montgomery, " 


- 


75 01 


Lewis Simons, " - 


- 


72 04 


Ralph Holbrook, " 


- ' - 


7 57 


David Wells, " - 


- 


45 00 


W. P. Stratton, Repairs, 


- 


75 


S. S. Moulton, Carpenter 


Work, - 


39 75 

M88 07 







AMOSKEAG FALLS BRIDGE. 



By balance from old account, 
" Appropriation, 



36 71 

100 00 



EXPENDITURES. 
Highway District No, 2, for Snowing 

Bridge, - - - - 80 00 
A. C. Wallace, Plank, - 22 13 



$136 71 



Amount carried forward. 



$52 13 



53 

Amount brought forward ', - - - $52 13 

Daniel Farmer, » - - - 11 49 

Harman S. Burns, Labor, - 35 62 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware 

or Nails, - - - - 2 93 

Balance to new account, - - 34 54 

$136 71 



SCHOOLS. 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1. 

By balance from old account, - - $15 00 
" Appropriation, - 200 00 

$215 00 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Orders on Treasurer in favor School 

Committee for, - - 215 00 

$215 00 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2. 

By balance from old account, - - 831 21 
" Appropriation - - - 13,800 00 

14,631 21 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Orders on Treasurer in favor School 

Committee, - - - 14,631 21 

314,631 21 



54 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3. 

By balance from old account, - 130 00 

" Appropriation, - 275 00 

$405 00 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Orders on Treasurer in favor School 

Committee, - 405 00 

$405 00 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 4. 

By balance from old account, - - 95 00 

" Appropriation, -.-'.- 200 00 

$295 00 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Orders on Treasurer in favor of School 

Committee, - - - - 295 00 

$295 00 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 5. 

By balance from old account, - - 75 00 
" Appropriation, - 200 00 

$275 00 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Orders on Treasurer in favor of School 

Committee, - - - - 275 00 

$275 00 



55 

SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 6. 

By Appropriation, - 225 00 

$225 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To balance from old account, - - 8 65 
Orders on Treasurer in favor School 

Committee, - 216 35 

$225 00 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 7. 

By balance from old account, - - 109 10 
" Appropriation, - 225 00 

S334 10 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Orders on Treasurer in favor School 

Committee, - 334 10 

$334 10 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 8. 



By 


Balance from old account, - 


35 


00 






u 


Appropriation, - 

EXPENDITURES. 


200 


00 


$235 


00 


To 


Orders on Treasurer in favor School 










Committee, - 


235 


00 


$235 


00 



56 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9. 

By balance from old account, - - 22 61 
" Appropriation, - 200 00 

$222 61 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Orders on Treasurer in favor School 

Committee, 222 61 

$222 61 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 10. 

By balance from old account, - - 225 00 
" Appropriation, - 975 00 

$1,200 00 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Orders on Treasurer in favor School 

Committee, - - - $1,200 00 

$1,200 00 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 11. 

By balance from old account, - - 110 00 
" Appropriation, - 500 00 

$610 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To Orders on Treasurer in favor School 

Committee, - 610 00 

$610 00 



57 
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2. 

BUILDING ACCOUNT. 

By balance from old account, - - 180 35 

" Amount raised by vote of District, 3,331 21 

Overdrawn, - 18 48 

$3,530 04 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Orders on Treasurer for Interest, 406 50 
" "in favor of Har- 

vey Spaulding, - 1,011 67 

" on Treasurer in favor of E. 

W. Harrington, - - 1,096 87 
" on Treasurer in favor of 

School Committee, - - 1,015 00 

$3,530 04 



SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 10. 

BUILDING ACCOUNT. 

By balance from old account, - - 1,441 40 
" Appropriation or amount raised by 

vote of District, - - 944 75 

$2,386 15 

EXPENDITURES. 
To Orders on Treasurer, - - - 1,441 40 
Balance to new account, - - 944 75 

$2,386 15 



58 



SCHOOL DISTEICT NO. 11. 

BUILDING ACCOUNT. 

By amount raised by Tax, - 508 69 



EXPENDITURES. 
To Orders on Treasurer in favor Building 

Committee, - - - - 500 00 
Balance to new account, - 8 69 



$508 69 



$508 69 



COMMONS. 



By balance from old account, - - 22 02 
" Appropriation, - 400 00 

" Cash paid Treasurer for Grass, - 11 00 



EXPENDITURES. 




Adams & Andrews, 


for 


Labor, - 


27 25 


Francis Smiley, 




u 


3 25 


Hibbard Stevens, 




a 


11 25 


Thomas P. Clough, 




a 


16 50 


John Clement, - 




a 


11 19 


W. C. Shannon, 




a 


7 90 


E. P. Clough, 




a 


8 50 


S. S. Moulton, 




a 


3 75 


C. C. Frost, 




u 


5 00 


C. C. Clement, 




a 


3 50 


H. S. Barnes, 




it 


13 35 



$433 02 



Amount carried forward, 



$111 44 



59 



Amount brought forward, i 

George Hunt, Team Labor, 
Thomas P. Clough," " 
E. P. Clough, " " 

E. Parmenter, " " 

John Campbell, " " 
City Team, " « 

Thomas P. Clough, Use of Cart, - 
Enoch P. Clough, " " - 

John B. Huse, Use of Boat, 
W. C. Shannon, " " 

T. P. Clough, Repairing, - 
E. P. Clongh, " 

John Clement, " - 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 
Joseph L. Smith, Lumber, - 
Neal & Holbrook, " 

A. C. Wallace, " 

John Houston, Blacksmith Work, 
Goodale & Farns worth, Printing, 
Temple McQueston, Whitewashing, 
William McPherson, " 

Charles Clough & Co., " 
Stephen D. Green, " 

John G. Colt, Trees, - 
S. S. Moulton, Carpenter Work, 
Cogswell & Wells, " " 

Neal & Holbrook, " " 

Balance to new account, - 



.11 


44 




38 


18 


G3 


8 


50 


1 


50 


10 


00 


17 


50 


1 


87 


2 


15 


1 


00 




45 


1 


01 




37 




50 


10 


57 


20 


83 


26 


46 


14 57 


2 


39 


2 


75 


37 


62 


2 


75 


30 


00 


1 


98 


47 


34 


34 


87 


5 


72 


10 


30 


9 


57 



$433 02 



60 



SEWERS AND DRAINS. 



By Balance from old account, - - $30 28 

" Cash received for entering Sewers, 137 10 

" Appropriation, - 1,000 00 

" Amount transferred from Reserved 

Fund, 250 00 

" Balance to new account, - - 710 99 



Lewis O'Brien, 
James Larkin, 
Thomas Smiley, 
J. L. Bicker, 
William Chase, 
James Brown, 
Asa Ho}^t, 
W. P. Griffin, 
Peter Scanlan, 
James Karan, 
Ebenezer Knowlton, 
W. E. Eastman & Son, 
James Mahanna, 
William Griffin, 
Michael Scanlan, 
Edward McQueston, 
John Kelly, 
James Crowley, 
John Prindable, 
Jonathan Smith, 
Daniel Callaghan, 

Amount carried forward, 



EXPENDITURES, 
for Labor, 



$2,128 37 



3 

- 9 
6 

- 9 
1 

- 7 
5 

- 44 
27 

- 15 

6 

- 12 
63 

- 35 
81 

- 40 
43 

- 44 

1 

- 1 



50 
75 
50 
00 
00 
00 
50 
50 
50 
25 
00 
37 
75 
50 
75 
00 
00 
75 
25 
50 
00 



$462 37 



61 



Amount brought forward, 


■ 


$462 37 


John Connell, 


a 


G 00 


C. Heiston, 


a 


- 21 50 


Munroe Pettingill, 


a 


- 10 00 


Orlando Langley, 


a 


- 10 25 


Nathaniel Corning, 


a 


2 50 


Edward Burns, 


a 


- 15 00 


Paul Turner, 


a 


8 00 


Charles Bartlett, 


a 


- 31 75 


John Chapman 


a 


- 18 00 


Frank Hutchinson, 


it 


- 17 00 


James Slewdon, 


a 


6 50 


Patrick Fowler, 


a 


- 29 25 


John Whalan, 


a 


- 11 00 


Sylvester Donahue, 


a 


- SO 75 


Thomas Casey, 


a 


- 10 50 


Michael Broderick, 


a 


- 20 00 


Michael Castello, 


a 


9 75 


J. Rowley & Co., 


a 


- 9 00 


Phillip Conner, 


a 


6 50 


John Felton, 


a 


75 


Thomas Dwin, 


a 


- 10 50 


Dennis O'Neal, 


a 


- 12 75 


Michael Stanton, 


a 


4 50 


Timothy 0' Conner, 


a 


- 15 25 


Thomas Mason, 


a 


4 00 


Dennis Lane, 


a 


- 22 50 


James Marr, 


a 


4 75 


Edward Bolton, 


a 


50 


Cornelius Heiston, 


" 


2 00 


Eben Hartshorn, 


a 


- 9 00 


John Bartlett, 


it 


7 00 


Columbus Wyman, 


a 


- 5 00 



Amount carried forward, • *, - $83.4 12 



Amount brought forward, 
Leary Conway, 
Samuel C. Merrill, 
John Larkin, 
Dennis Bonner, 
R. M. Richardson, 
R, F. Shepherd, 
James Marr, 
Moulton Knowles, 
Lewis Mason, 
Patrick Welch, 
Henry Hutchinson. 
J. Kanley & Co., 
Thomas Marr, 
William Young, 



" ■ 



E. G. Haynes, " - 

tiobert Scott, " 

Levi H. Sleeper, " - 

L. Mahanna, " 

Michael Welch, " - 

Albert Hobbs, u 

David Turner, " - 

Thomas Kelly, " 

John Welch, " - 

Anthony Crosby, " 

Phillip Baxter, " - 

William Kimball, " 

Charles Bartlett, Team Labor, - 
Charles Bartlett, Use of Cart, 
Joseph L. Smith, Pknk, - 
A. C. Wallace, " 
Joseph L. Smith, Chestnut Posts, 
Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 



$834 12 


7 


50 


19 


50 


30 


50 


13 


50 


22 


25 


5 


75 


27 


75 


6 


00 


9 


00 


17 


50 


4 


50 


6 


00 


1 


00 


1 


50 


22 


00 


17 


25 


7 12 


6 


00 


9 


50 


4 


75 


6 


00 


11 


50 


15 


25 


9 


75 


8 


00 


8 


00 


14 


00 


2 


00 


22 


86 


6 


56 




50 


42 


62 



Amount carried forward-, 



$1,220 03 



63 

Amount brought forward i - * - $1,220 03 
Thomas R. Hubbard, Sawing Plank, 75 

Lamson and Mardon, Sosspool, Stones 

and Setting, - 

Jacob F. James, Survoying, 
James A. Weston, " - - 
Frank S. Lynch, Drain Spout, - 
E. G. Haynes, Brick, - 
E. G. Haynes, Cement, 
John Houston, Blacksmith Work, 
R. Gilmore & Co., " " 

Wm. McPherson, Cement Sewerage, 422 00 
E. G. Haynes, " " 348 00 

■ $2,128 37 



52 


66 


25 


30 


2 


75 


3 


65 


25 


20 


14 


00 


9 


81 


4 


22 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



By balance from old account, - - 30 49 
" Appropriation, - 8,000 00 

" Errors in bills paid, refunded, - 17 31 



-$8,047 80 



MERRIMACK ENGINE CO. NO, 1. 

EXPENDITURES. 

J. Allen Tebbetts, for Alcohol, - 75 

Manchester Gas Light Co., for Gas, 19 40 

John Moulton, Soap, - 77 

Amount carried f or vjard } * $20 92 



64 



Amount brought forward, 

Samuel C. Merrill, Soap, 


$20 92 
49 


Alpheus Branch, Repairs, 
James Colbath& Co., Repairs, 


9 
5 


62 

08 


Hersey & Tilton, Blank Book, - 


1 


90 


Company Services, ... 
Steward, " - 


342 
12 


20 
50 


G. B. Fogg, Repairing Keys, &c. 
S. E. Quimby, Sawing Wood, 


1 
1 


00 
00 


John H. Moore, Wood, 


3 


25 


Kidder & Chandler, Oil, 


1 


75 


H. F. Locklin, " - 


2 


62 


Hazen & Demick, " - 


3 


33 


H. T. Nichols, Horses to Fires, - 


22 


00 


Hazen & Demick, Wicking, - 




15 


Hazen & Demick, Spirits Turpentine 
H. F. Locklin, " " 


, 1 
1 


37 
80 


Hazen & Demick, Broom, - 




50 


Kidder & Chandler, Matches, - 




13 


Kidder & Chandler, Fluid, 


1 


33 


S. C. Merrill, 


3 


01 


H. F. Locklin, " - 




40 

$436 35 









NIAGARA ENGINE CO. NO. 2. 

EXPENDITURES. 

Company's Bill for services, 
Foster Kimball, for Wood, 
E. P. Richardson, for Repairs, - 
Manchester Gas Light Co., 



485 


65 




6 


63 




2 


25 




18 


30 


512 83 



65 



STARK ENGINE CO., NO. 3. 

EXPENDITURES. 
Company's bill for Services, 
T. A. & A. J. Lane, Fluid, - 
H. T. Nichols, Horses to draw En- 
gine, - 
Samuel C. Merrill, Sperm Oil, - 
Samuel C. Merrill, Matches, 
Samuel C. Merrill, Soap, 
T. A. & A. J. Lane, Oil, 
Manchester Gas Light Co., Gas, - 



417 


35 


2 


04 


17 


00 


3 


50 




12 




49 


2 


04 


2 


10 



$444 61 



MASSABESIC ENGINE CO. NO. 4. 

EXPENDITURES. 
Company's bill for Services 
W. N. Fisher, Rope Reel, .- 
Company, Iron Brakes, Eagle, 

Bells, and 2 Lanterns, . 
S. W. Parsons, Wood, - 
W. N. Fisher, Sawing Wood, - 
D. M. Perkins, " " - 

Kidder & Chandler, Rope, 
Sylvester Godfrey, Washing Room 
Kidder & Chandler, Oil, 
Dunn & Co., " - 

Kidder & Chandler, Soap, - 
Henry Foster, Repairs, 

Amount carried forward, - - $695 52 

E 



623 


15 


25 00 


4 




26 00 


6 


35 


1 


00 




62 


2 


58 


, 1 


85 


3 


75 


1 


00 




47 


3 


75 



66 

Amount brought forward, - - $695 52 
Kennard & Brock, - Repairs, - 87 
J. M. & S. P. Stanton, " 11 13 
Eben French, " - - 1 75 
Alpheus Branch, " - 3 50 
J. B. Chase, "*'- - 4 00 
Hartshorn & Pike, Can, - - 25 
S. D. Sherburne, Horse to draw En- 
gine, 2 00 

H. T. Nichols, do do - 12 00 

Foster Kimball, do do - - 6 00 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 1 08 

T. A. &. A. J. Lane, Fluid, - 68 

Kidder & Duncklee, « - - 67 

Dunn & Co., " 68 

Dunn & Co., Alcohol, - - 2 00 



TORRENT ENGINE CO., NO. 5. 

EXPENDITURES. 

Company's bill for Services, - 1,014 25 
James & Dodge, Horses to draw 

Engine, - 21 00 

D. R. Prescott, Lock, - - - 100 

Kidder & Chandler, Fluid, - 1 27 

Samuel C. Merrill, " - - 1 01 

Kidder & Chandler, Wicking, - 10 

Kidder & Chandler, Oil, - - 88 



$742 13 



Amount carried forward, $1,039 51 



67 



Amount brought forward, - $1,039 51 


Samuel C. Merrill, Oil, 


3 50 


John B. Chase, " - 


3 00 


Plumer & Chandler, Cloth Jackets, 


14 00 


Alpheus Branch, Repairs, 


12 


G. B. Fogg, " 


2 00 


Neal & Holbrook, " 


5 00 


J. B. Chase, Chamois Skin 


50 


J. B. Chase, Tallow, - 


25 


James Colbath & Co., Gas Fittings, 


5 28 




<M 079 ifi 







MANCHESTER ENGINE CO., NO. 6.' 



EXPENDITURES. 




John Moulton, Removing Hose, - 


75 


Samuel C. Merrill, Fluid, 


69 


Samuel C. Merrill, " 


2 30 


Samuel C. Merrill, " - 


25 




<tpq rio 







PISCATAQUOG ENGINE CO., NO. 7. 

EXPENDITURES. 
Company's bill for Services, - 654 96 
B. G. Campbell, Horses to draw En- 

g'ne, - - - - 20 00 



Amount carried forward, - - $674 b6 



68 

Amount brought forward, ... $674 96 

D. B. Eastman, Wood, - 18 50 

D. B. Eastman, Kepairs, - - 12 00 
Alpheus Branch, " 2 50 

E. G. Haynes, " - 2 00 
T. P. Philbrick, " - 7 83 
W. P. Stratton, " - 1 82 
Amoskeag Man'fgCo.,Rent of Land 10 00 
John Monlton, Spirits Turpentine, 65 
John Moulton, Soap, - 22 
Samuel C. Merrill, " - - 1 42 
John Moulton, Water Pail, - 25 
A. Simpson, Truckage of Hose, 50 

D. B. Eastman, Sawing Wood, 75 
Enoch Johnson, Horse to draw En- 
gine, 2 00 

E. G. W. Bartlett, Repairing Engine 

House, - 1 67 

E. G. W. Bartlett, Lumber, - 33 

James Colbath & Co., Gas Pipe and 

Fittings, - 
Samuel C. Merrill, Straits Oil, 
Samuel C. Merrill, Matches, 
Samuel C. Merrill, Brooms, 
John B. Yarick, Spirits Turpentine 
k. N. Clapp & Co., Hardware, - 
J. Allen Tebbetts, Alcohol, 



6 87 


5 52 


24 


50 


67 


7 74 


1 50 


&760 a 


«|p 1 Uv *±rt 



69 



PENNACOOK ENGINE CO., NO. 1. 

EXPENDITURES. 
Company's bill for Services, 
Alpheus Branch, Repairs, - 
Hartshorn & Pike, " 
Printing, - 
Gas Company's bill for Gas, 
J. M. & S. F. Stanton, Wood Rolls, 
J. J. Straw, Rent, - 
Joseph E. Walker, Labor, - 
Samuel C. Merrill, Sperm Oil, - 
Samuel C. Merrill, Fluid, 
Kidder & Duncklee, Brooms, - 
H. T. Nichols, Horse to draw to Fires, 11 00 
John Twombly, - 75 

J. E. Walker, Duster, - 1 50 



557 70 


13 00 


3 48 


7 50 


5 00 


4 12 


5 00 


3 00 


5 52 


67 


50 



$618 74 



HOOK & LADDER CO., NO. 1. 

EXPENDITURES. 
Company's bill for Services, - - 859 77 
James & Dodge, Horses to draw En- 
gine, 20 00 

Kidder & Chandler, Oil, - - 87 



$880 64 



70 



STEAM FIRE ENGINE CO., AMOSKEAG. 



EXPENDITURES. 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Lanterns, - 2 00 
Company's bill for Services, - 420 38 

Hartshorn & Pike, Lantern, - 3 00 

E. P. Johnson, Wood, - 5 56 

D. B. Eastman, " - - 4 00 

J. C. Ricker, Sawing Wood, - 1 50 

Michael Scanlan, " " - 3 33 

James P. Nute, Cleaning Hose, 3 GO 

William H. Fisk, Paper Hangings, 16 69 1 

Alpheus Branch, Repairs, - - 64 35 

Hartshorn & Pike, " - 50 

Manchester Gas Co., Gas, - - 28 98 

Manchester Gas Co., Coal, - 34 13 
William H. Fisk, Blank Books and 

Stationery, - - - - 2 91 
J. C. Ricker, do do - 2 50 
Kidder & Chandler, Matches, - - 13 
Kidder & Chandler, Wicking, - 14 
Kidder & Chandler, Sperm Oil, - 7 00 
Kidder & Chandler, Sponge, - 80 
Kidder & Chandler, Bed Cord, - 62 
Kidder & Chandler, Spirits Turpen- 
tine, ----- 1 83 
Company, Premiums, - - - 10 00 
Kidder & Chandler, Lard Oil, - 1 25 
Kidder & Chandler, Fluid, - - 33 
Hartshorn & Pike, Oil Can, - 50 
Hartshorn & Pike, Iron Stoppers, - 11 92 

Amount carried forward, ... $627 £5 



71 

Amount brought forward, • - $627 35 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Varnish, 1 25 

Hartshorn & Pike, Soap Stone, - 84 

Hartshorn & Pike Blacking and Brush, 35 

Hartshorn & Pike, Brick and Grate, 2 62 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 6 63 



$639 04 



STEAM FIRE ENGINE, FIRE KING. 

EXPENDITURES. 

Company's bill for Services, - - 312 59 
Manchester Gas Light Co., for Coal, 23 42 
Alpheus Branch, Repairs, - 43 74 
Neal & Holbrook, " 42 
J. F. Woodbury, " - 2 00 
Darling & Varney, " - - 4 25 
F. S. Lynch, " - - 1 12 
Alpheus Branch, 1 pr. Blankets, - 11 00 
Alpheus Branch, Harnesses, - 56 00 
Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 10 93 
J. B. Yarick, - " - 1 28 
Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Sperm Oil, 7 25 
Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Spirits Tur- 
pentine, - 2 81 
Manchester Gas Light Co., Gas, 21 82 
Blodgett Edge Tool Co., Fire Axes, 5 50 
Foster Kimball, Wood, - - - 4 50 
E. P. Johnson, " - - 3 34 



Amount carried forward, - - $511 97 



72 

Amount brought forward, - - $511 9 

E. P. Richardson, Sawing and Cart- 

ing Wood, - 
Darling & Varney, Blunderbus, 
Darling & Varney, Letters & Figures, 

F. S. Lynch, Rolls, - 
E. P. Richardson, Duster, - 
E. P. Richardson, Shavings, 
E. P. Richardson, Spittoons, - 
E. P. Richardson, Printing, 
E. P. Richardson, Candles, - 
Mrs. Connell, Cleaning, Room, - 
E. P. Richardson, Soap, Towels, &c, 
E. P. Richardson, Truckage, 
George Hunt, Truckage, 
James Colbath & Co., Gas Pipe and 

Fittings, - 
J. B. Varick, Lantern, 
H. T. Nichols, Horses to draw En- 
gine, ----- 
Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Rotten Stone, 
Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Basket, - 
Hartshorn & Pike, Stove Pipe, 

G. B. Fogg, Repairing Lock- 
Z. F. Campbell, Alcohol and Acid, 





25 


24 


00 


9 


10 


3 


50 




62 




60 




60 


3 


75 




08 


1 


75 


1 


51 




25 




50 


28 


60 


2 50 


12 


00 




24 




80 


34 46 




25 


1 


29 



$640 62 



73 



STEAM FIRE ENGINE, E. W. HARRINGTON. 

EXPENDITURES. 

Company's bill for Services, - 

John Moulton, Services of Steward, 

Aaron Waldron, Engineer, 

Hartshorn & Pike, Stove and Pipe, 

Alpheus Branch, 1 pr. Harnesses, 

Alpheus Branch, Straps, 

Alpheus Branch, 1 pr. Blankets, 

Hartshorn & Pike, Water Pot, 

Hartshorn & Pike, Iron Pipe and Fix- 
tures, - 

Manchester Gas Light Co., Gas, - 

Plumer & Chandler, Suits of Fire 
men's Clothes, - 

Clement & Lane, Painting, - 

Manchester Gas Light Co., Coal, 

A. C. Wallace, Wood, - 

A. C. Wallace, 1 Door, - 

A. C. Wallace, Window Sash and 
Blinds, ... 

C. & L. Gage, Bolts, - 

Alpheus Branch, Repairing, - 

G. T. Groombridge, Torch Lights, 

A. N. Clapp & Co., Oil and Fluid, 

G. T. Groombridge, Rings and Bolts, 

$500 11 



119 52 


27 71 


22 


92 


29 


06 


56 


00 


3 


00 


11 


00 




75 


24 


07 


1 


20 


149 


00 


15 


49 


7 42 


4 


25 


3 75 

i 


i 
10 


75 


4 


93 


1 


50 


2 


37 


3 


98 


, 1 44 



74 



FIRE DEPARTMENT— MISCELLANEOUS. 

EXPENDITURES. 
J. T. P. Hunt, Chief Engineer 1859, 50 00 
A. C. Heath, " " - 50 00 

Phinehas Adams, Assistant Engineer, 25 00 



B. F. Martin, " " 


25 00 


John Moulton, " " 


25 00 


S. W. Parsons, " " 


25 00 


Eben French, " " 


25 00 


Alpheus Branch, " " 


25 00 


D. W. Fling, " " . 


25 00 


A. C. Heath, " 


25 00 


W. H. Whritner, " " 


32 50 


S. G. Langley, Assistant Engineer 




and Clerk, - 


50 00 


Israel Dow, Assistant Engineer, 


25 00 


Alpheus Branch, " " 


25 00 


John C. Young, « " 


25 00 


D. W. Fling, Assistant Engineer and 




Clerk, - - - - 


50 26 


C. H. G. Foss, Assistant Engineer, 


25 00 


B. S. Flanders, " " 


25 00 


S. G. Langley, Examination of Stoves, 


2 00 


Eben French, " " 


42 00 


D. W. Fling, " " 


36 00 


S. G. Langley, Shavings and Dry 




Wood, 


1 00 


Eben French, Stationery, - 


37 


C. F. Livingston, " - 


4 50 


Ebenezer Knowlton, Care of Reser- 




voirs, ----- 


33 25 



Amount carried forward, ... $676 88 



75 

Amount brought forivard, - - $676 88 

Kennard & Brock, Repairs on Engines 

and Hose, - 5 88 

Neal & Holbrook, do do 18 79 

H. S. Whitney, do do 2 50 

F. S. Lynch, do do 5 37 
Hartshorn & Pike, do do 22 67 
Temple McQueston, Mason Work, 10 92 
E. G. Haynes, " " 37 
Gas Light Co., Gas, - - - 4 20 
Hunneman & Co., Blunderbusses, 23 00 
Kidder & Chandler, Wicking, - 27 
W. G. Hoyt, Painting Chairs, 3 75 
Tiger Association, Reward, - 5 00 
Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 35 49 
E. G. W. Bartlett, Rotary Pumps, 30 25 
O. Barton & Co., Dry Goods, - 14 84 
A. F. Sargent, making Pillow Cases, 2 00 
E. A. G. Roulston, Fire Hats, - 39 00 

G. B. Fogg, Keys and Rings, - 4 63 
M. O. Pearsons, Mops, - - 75 
J. Stickney, Jr., Neatsfoot Oil, 4 50 
C. F. Livingston, Printing, - 5 00 
H. A. Hall & Co., Fireman's Suits, 125 38 
Hartshorn & Pike, Cans, - - 3 75 
Hartshorn & Pike, Iron Bonnet, &c., 3 48 
Hartshorn & Pike, Stove Pipe, - 4 20 
Hartshorn & Pike, Sockets, Thimble 

and Chain, - 1 20 

A. Houghton, Furniture, - 31 74 

Hugh Ramsey, Washing Bed Clothes, 1 74 
Amoskeag Man'fg Co., Hose Carriage, 250 00 
John B. Chase, Oil, - 7 87 



Amount carried forward, - $1,345 42 



76 

Amount brought forivard, - $1,345 45 

C. R. Colley, Painting, - 11 93 

F. Kimball, Horses to draw Engine, 1 50 
City Team, Horses to draw Engine, 

&c, 750 00 

F. Kimball, Horse Collar, 
F. Kimball, Sawing Wood, 
George Hunt, Truckage, 
T. L. Quimby, Truckage, 
J. Q. A. Sargent, Gas Pipe, Coup- 
lings, &c, - 
Nathaniel Smith, Comforters, - 
E. P. Johnson, Coal, - 
Gilman B. Fogg, Locks and Keys, 
Gilman B. Fogg, Tank, - 
Daniel Farmer, Wood, 
O. Barton & Co., Quilts, - 
S. L. Fogg, Horse hire, 
James Boyd & Sons, 1006 feet Hose, 877 47 
Kidder & Chandler, Spirits Turpen- 
tine, Oil, Lard, &c, - - 14 14 



5 


50 


2 


50 




75 


1 50 


1 


93 


3 


25 


18 


75 


7 


92 




50 


6 


00 


9 


00 




75 



,058 81 



77 
LIGHTING STREETS. 



By Balance from old account, * - 618 04 
" Appropriation, - 1500 00 

$2,118 04 

EXPENDITURES. 

Manchester Gas Light Co., for Gas, 1212 49 

Manchester Gas Light Co., Light- 
ing Lanterns, - 226 50 

Manchester Gas Light Co., erecting 

13 Lamp Posts and Lanterns, 247 00 

John S. Folsom, Vegetable Oil, 22 40 

David Crowell, Lighting Bridge 

Lamps, - - - - 30 00 

David Crowell, Repairing Bridge 

Lamps, - 5 00 

Hubbard & Williams, Lamps, - 1 50 

E. W. Brigham, Burning Fluid, 6 20 

T. A. & A. J. Lane, Burning Fluid, 5 94 

C. R. Colley, Setting Glass in Lan- 
terns, - ' - - - 20 31 

Harmon S. Burns, Setting Glass in 

Bridge Lanterns, - 1 98 

Hartshorn & Pike, Repairing Street 

Lanterns, - 9 57 

Balance to new account, - - 329 15 

— $2,118 04 



78 
MILITIA. 



By balance from old account, - - 78 36 
" Appropriation, - 100 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

Bradbury P. Cilley, Rent of Armory 

for Veterans, - - - 100 00 

Howard & Moore, Hall for Armory, 50 00 

A. W. Sanborn, Repairing Gun Car- 
riage, 25 50 

Balance to new account, - 2 86 



EXPENDITURES. 




E. G. Haynes, for Brick, 


4 55 


William McPherson, 


" 


6 32 


Elbridge G. Haynes, 


Labor, 


5 00 


William McPherson, 


a 


7 50 


Lamson & Harden, 


a 


63 


S. S. Moulton, 


u 


8 50 


E. McQueston, 


« 


25 50 



$178 36 



$178 36 



RESERVOIRS. 



By balance from old account, - - 109 00 
" Transferred from Reserved Fund, 500 00 



$609 00 



Amount brought forward, • - $58 00 



79 



Amount hr ought forward, - 


• 


$58 00 


Francis Smiley, 


u 


15 50 


James Kearnes, 


it 


- 13 50 


William Griffin, 


a 


16 50 


Edward Burns, 


a 


3 00 


John Kelly, 


u 


3 00 


James Crowley, 


a 


6 00 


Cornelius Heiston, 


a 


4 00 


Orlando Langley, 


a 


1 50 


Sylvanus Donahue, 


a 


4 00 


Dennis Bonner, 


a 


- 11 00 


E. D. Cilley, 


a 


1 00 


Hugh Ramsey, 


a 


2 00 


H. S. Barnes, 


it 


2 00 


Robert Scott, 


(C 


2 00 


Asa Hoyt, 


a 


5 50 


D. Mahanna, 


tt 


2 50 


William Chase, 


tt 


2 50 


W. D. Clark, 


a 


2 00 


Peter Scanlan, 


a 


5 00 


John Madden, 


a 


- 11 00 


C. Heiston, 


a 


1 00 


Michael Scanlan, 


a 


- 11 00 


Samuel C. Merrill, 


u 


11 50 


W. McCabe, 


u 


50 


Patrick Fowler, 


« 


1 00 


Peter Foley, 


u 


1 00 


Daniel Sullivan, 


u 


1 00 


William Murphy, 


a 


7 50 


Lyman Raymond, 


a 


3 00 


C. McCarty, 


a 


7 00 


E. Tyrull, 


a 


7 00 


Thomas Carey, 


a 


6 50 



Amount carried forward, - . - - $229 50 



80 



Amount brought forward, ... 


$229 50 


R. E. Williams, " 


3 50 


William MePherson, Cement Sewer 




age, 


79 33 


E. G. Haynes, Cement Sewerage, 


54 67 


J. Abbott & Co., Cement, - 


12 25 


A. Walker & Co., Wall Stone, 


24 24 


A. Walker & Co., Stone for Covering 


5,20 00 


Lamson & Marden, " " 


5 50 


John Houston, Blacksmith Work, 


10 91 


Houston & Eaton, " " 


7 15 


R. Gilmore & Co., " 


6 82 


Wm. MePherson, Carting Brick, - 


1 75 


E. G. Haynes, Mortar Box, 


12 


Hiram Brown, Team Labor, - 


7 00 


T. P. Clough, " " - 


4 50 


City Team, " " 


7 00 


F.Kimball, " " - 


8 50 


Balance to new account, 


126 26 



$609 00 



crrr police. 



By Cash paid Treasurer by I. W. Far- 
mer, Marshal for 1859, - 502 03 
" Appropriation, * - - 4,000 00 

" Transferred from Reserved Fund, 1,000 00 



Amount carried forward. 



$5,502 03 



81 



Amount brought forward, - $5,502 

" Cash paid Treasurer,-by J. L. Kelly 



03 



Marshal, 


- 


- 


1,324 


21 




Balance overdrawn, 


- 


- 


1,219 


05 

ftS 045 


29 


EXPENDITURES. 




^pO,VrtU 


Balance from old account, 


- 


- 597 


56 




Henry Bennett, 


Night 


Watch, 


, 504 


00 




Uriah H. Foss, 


u 


li 


511 


00 




E. P. Wliidden, 


a 


a 


547 


50 




Eben Carr, 


u 


a 


543 


50 




David Alden, 


a 


a 


536 


75 




H. 0. Dudley, 


a 


a 


18 


00 




N. B. Taplin, 


a 


a 


532 


50 




B. C. Haynes, 


a 


a 


19 


00 




Henry Clough, 


u 


a 


495 


00 




E. B. Pike, 


a 


a 


40 


50 




Nathaniel Baker, 2d 




u 


3 


75 




Henry B. Moultou, 


a . , 


a 


1 


50 




Daniel R. Prescott, 


a . 


a 


36 


00 




A. G. Fairbanks, 


a 


a 


13 


50 




Edward Prime, 


a 


a 


2 


25 




C. W. Stevens, 


a 


a 


4 


50 




T. M. Morse, 


a 


a 


3 


00 




Lemuel H. James, 


a 


a 


36 


00 




F. Worthen, 


a 


a 


1 


50 




J. H. Piper, 


a 


a 


4 


50 




Frank B. Johnson, 


a 


a 


1 


50 




Harmon S. Burns, 


a 


a 


292 


25 




H. J. Tirrell, 


it 


a 


6 


75 




N. B. Tilton, 


a 


a 


5 


25 




Josiah Hackctt, 


a 


a 


4 


50 




Amount carried fonvard, 

F 


$4,762 06 





82 



unl brought forward, 


- 


- 


$4,762 06 


John Sanders, Night 


Watch 


, 4 50 


H. M. Bailey, 


a 


a 


4 50 


A. Hobbs, 


u 


a 


3 00 


E. McCoy, 


a 


it 


3 00 


S. B. Hill, 


a 


a 


1 50 


W. W. Baker, 


it 


a 


1 50 


Ira S. Abbott, 


a 


a 


1 50 


Henry Bennett, Day Police, 


28 00 


Uriah H. Foss, 


a 


a 


9 50 


E. P. Whidden, 


a 


tt 


19 50 


Eben Carr, 


a 


a 


34 50 


David Alden, 


a 


it 


23 00 


H. 0. Dudley, 


a 


tt 


1 00 


N. B. Taplin, 


a 


a 


1 50 


Benjamin C. Haynes, 


a 


a 


31 00 


Henry Clough, 


a 


a 


24 50 


E. B. Pike, 


a 


tt 


9 50 


John C.Young, 


a 


a 


50 


Nathaniel Baker, 2d, 


a 


a 


3 00 


Elbriclge G. Haynes, 


a 


a 


50 


Henry B. Moulton, 


it 


a 


50 


W. Chamberlin, 


a 


a 


6 50 


Daniel R. Prescott, 


a 


a 


27 00 


A. G. Fairbanks, 


a 


a 


20 50 


Edward Prime, 


a 


tt 


5 00 


C. W. Stevens, 


a 


a 


4 50 


Timon M. Morse, 


a 


a 


2 00 


Davis Baker, 


a 


a 


3 00 


Lemuel H. James, 


a 


a 


29 50 


Daniel M. Robinson, 


a 


a 


4 50 


John K. Piper, 


a 


a 


11 00 


Frank B. Johnson, 


a 


a 


1 00 



Amou nt ca rried forward, 



$5,082 56 



83 



Amount brought forward, 


- 


55 D 


,082 56 


Harmon S. Burns, 


Night Watch, 


10 00 


T. O'Conner, 


a 


(C 


4 00 


Jacob B. Daniels, 


a 


a 


2 00 


H. J. Tirrell, 


a 


a 


17 50 


N. B. Tilton, 


a 


a 


50 


Josiah Hacketfc, 


a 


a 


3 00 


Elbridge G. Woodman" 


a 


4 50 


John Sanders, 


a 


a 


4 50 


H. M. Bailey, 


a 


a 


4 00 


A. Hobbs, 


a 


a 


3 00 


S. B. Hill, 


a. 


a 


3 00 


W. W. Baker, 


a 


a 


3 00 


J. P. Diamond, 


a 


a 


2 00 


J. S. Bailey, 


.1 


a 


3 00 


Thomas L. Q nimby, 


a 


a 


5 00 


Jacob Ordway, 


a 


a 


3 00 


Charles W. Barker, 


a 


a 


4 50 


M. N. Young, 


a 


a 


2 50 


J. F. James, 


a 


a 


1 00 


Goodale & Farnswoi 


•th, Printing, 


115 00 


H. A. Gage & Co., 


- 


a 


38 00 


Hersey & Tilton, Stationer 


r> - 


27 10 


George W. Cheney, 


Horses 


; and Car 




riages, - 


- 


- 


85 50 


C. L. Wood, do 


do 


- 


1 50 


Hill & Langley, do 


do 


- 


4 00 


Hill & Cilley, do 


do 


- 


87 25 


John L. Kelly, do 


do 


- 


81 75 


D. B. Eastman, Wood, 


- 


3 00 


John H. Moore, " 


- 


- 


4 69 


Nathaniel Smith, G 


3inforters, 


7 75 


J. D. Bean, 


it 


- 


8 00 



Amount carried forward, 



§5,026 10 



84 

Amount brought fonvard, ... $5,626 10 
J. D. Bean, Mattresses, - - 6 38 

Geo. H. Hubbard, Medical attend- 
ance for Prisoners, - - 5 00 
Josiah Crosby, do do - 2 50 
Isaac W. Farmer, Services as Marshal, 22 40 
John L. Kelly, " " 700 00 
Wm. B. Patten, Services as Assistant 

Marshal, - - - - 24 80 
Justin Spear, Services as Assistant 

Marshal, - - - - 500 00 
Samuel Upton, Services as Police 

Justice, - - - - 500 00 

A. B. Shattuck, Services as Special 

Justice, - 193 00 

Samuel Upton, Office Rent, - 50 00 
John L. Kelly, Provisions for Pris- 
oners, . - - 89 78 
John L. Kelly, Witness Fees, - 203 37 
J. M. & S. F. Stanton, Repairing 

Handcuffs, - 87 

Hill, Cheney & Co., Express Business, 28 00 
Robert Gilchrist, Pitcher, Bowl, &c, 2 57 
A. B. Eaton, making Autograph, - 1 00 
Eben French, making Cupboard, 9 50 

J. L. Kelly, Telegraph, - - - 5 42 
Neal & Holbrook, making Book Case, 7 00 
John L. Kelly, Carrying Criminals to 

House of Correction, - - 6 00 
Geo. A. Barnes, Expenses to Boston, 10 20 
F. S. Lynch, making Billies, - 2 40 

E. G. Haynes, Repairing Lobby, 1 00 

U. H. Foss, Burying Nuisances, 5 50 



Amount carried forward, - - $8,002 49 



85 

Amount brought forward, - - $S,002 79 

N. W. Cumner, Overalls, - - 50 

J. H. Knowlton, making Schedule, 1 50 
Justin Spear, Expenses in looking for 

Silk Thieves, - - - 40 50 

$8,045 29 



CITY HALL AND STORES. 



By Balance from old account, - - 4,063 85 
" Cash received for Rent of Stores, 1,764 00 
" " " Hall, 217 80 



-$6,045 65 



EXPENDITURES. 
Transferred to Highway District 

No. 11, 75 00 

Merrill & Bailey, for Lamps, - 1 25 

Merrill & Bailey, Lamp Shades, - 33 

Merrill & Bailey, Brush, - - 12 

Merrill & Bailey, Oil, - 50 

L. H. James, ".-.-- 75 

Merrill & Bailey, Can, - - 25 

P. I. & W. H. Boyd, Boxes, - 60 

Robert Gilchrist, Spittoons, - - 75 

Robert Gilchrist, Pitchers, - 1 55 

Robert Gilchrist, Tumblers, - 38 

W. E. Eastman & Son, Matches, 12 

W. E. Eastman & Son, Fluid, - 34 



Amount carried forward, - $81 94 



86 



Amount brought forward, 

L. H. James, Fluid, - 


*S1 04 

50 


Palmer & Farnham, Soapstone, 
Charles W. Colby, Saw Dust, - 
Ira S. Abbott, " " 


50 

75 
3 00 


G. B. Fogg, Locks and Keys, - 
Neal & Holbrook, Locks and putting 


8 14 


on, ----- 

Neal & Holbrook, Carpenter Work, 
F. S. Lynch, " " 
Eben French, " " 


1 87 

18 15 

4 50 

28 76 


Albion Barker, making "C uphold, 
Neal & Holbrook, Lumber, - 


14 00 

3 76 


Neal & Holbrook, Hardware, - 
Lemuel H. James, " 


45 
3? 


Lyman W. Eastman, " 
Daniels/Forsaith & Co." - £ - 


74 

7 32 


C. W. Colby, " y' 

Davis Baker, " 

Isaac Fitts, Clearing Snow frorif^oof 

of Hall, - - - - 
L. W. Eastman, Wood, 


, 25 
1 38 

12 25 


Davis Baker, " 


20 00 


John H. Moore, " 


23 25 


John Bartlett, " 


2 50 


David Wells, " 


10 00 


L. W. Eastman, Sawing Wood, 


5 75 


L. H. James, " • " - 


5 55 


John H. Moore, " " 


2 00 


John Welch, " " - 


2 25 


L. W. Eastman, Salt, - 


26 


L. W. Eastman, 1 bbl. Pitch wood, 


50 


Davis Baker, - " - 


50 



Amount carried fonvard, §263 90 



87 

Amount brought forward, 

J. Knowlton, Pitchwood, 

Lemuel H. James, " 
Barton & Co., Carpets, 
Manchester Gas Light Co., Gas, 
P. I. & W. H. Boyd, Setting Glass, 
E. P. Johnson & Co., Coal, 
E. P. Johnson & Co., Charcoal, 
Plumer & Chandler, Cloth to cover 

Desk, - 

Oliver Greeley, Covering Tables, 
John T'wombly, Mason Work, 
E. G. Haynes, " " - 

E. P. Whidden, Mason Work Lobby 
Charlos W. Colby, Labor, 
Davis Baker, " 

F. S. Lynch, . " - - 
Hartshorn & Pike, Repairing Stove, 
Dudley & Parker, Stove and Pipe, 
J. Colbath & Co., Repairing Gas Fix- 
tures, - - - - - 11 89 

J. Q. A. Sargent, Repairing Gas Fix- 
tures, 6 49 

Davis Baker, Horse and Carriage 

Hire, - - - - - 2 00 
Cogswell & Wells, making Cupboard, 20 46 
Cogswell & Wells, Fitting up Police 

Office, - - - • - - 17 03 
W. H. Fisk, Paper Hanging, - 5 50 

Charles W. Adams, Hanging Paper, 2 25 
E. A. Straw, Paper Hanging, - 4 08 
C. R. Colley, Hanging Paper in Treas- 
urer's office, - - - 19 50 



$263 90 


1 


00 




50 


68 


75 


312 


94 


2 


00 


116 


13 


9 


12 


1 42 


6 


00 


9 


50 


7 


35 


> 1 


75 


1 


62 


10 


13 




50 


17 


01 


21 


90 



Amount carried foricard, ... $940 72 



88 

Amount brought for ivard, • $940 72 

Mrs. Campbell, Washing Treasurer's 

Office, ----- 1 50 
Thomas R. Hubbard, Counter, &c, 

in Treasurer's Office, - 94 35 

John H. Maynard, Carpenter Work 

in Treasurer's Office, - - 29 90 
A. C. Wallace, Window Blinds in 

Treasurer's Office, - - 31 80 
Wm. Rounsfell, Painting Treasurer's 

Office, - - - - - 70 07 
J. Q. A. Sargent, Gas Fixtures in 

Treasurer's Office, - - 25 54 
A. Houghton, Furniture in Treasur- 
er's Office, - - - - 4 37 
Pluiner & Chandler, Cloth to cover 

Desk, in Treasurer's Office, 1 62 

Albion Barker, Stock and Labor in 

Watch Room, - - - - 34 86 
L. H. James, Chloride of Lime, - 50 

L. H. James, Sand, - 20 

Hartshorn & Pike, Stove and Funnell, 29 45 
William Rounsfell, Painting, 
H. T. Foss, " 

C. R. Colley, " - 

A. Bunton, Repairing Chairs, 
J. L. Kennedy, Paint, 
John C. Young, Repairing Slating, 
J. D. Lyford, Insurance, 
Balance to new account, - 



10 


00 


- 12 


42 


51 


06 


- 3 


50 


2 


73 


ig, 2 


30 


- 35 


00 


4,663 


76 



,045 65 



89 
CITY OFFICERS, 



By balance from old account, - - 666 37 
" Appropriation, - - - 5000 00 



-$5,666 3T 



EXPENDITURES. 
E. W. Harrington, Mayor, f - 1000 00 
E. W. Harrington, Interest on last 

year's Salary, - - - - 60 00 
Joseph Knowlton, City Clerk, - 700 00 
James O. Adams, City Clerk pro tern. 14 00 
S. D. Farnsworth, Clerk of Common 

Council, - - - - - 100 00 
A. B. Shattuck, Clerk of Common 

Council, pro tern., - - 4 00 

James O. Adams, do do 5 25 

Joseph B. Clark, City Solicitor, - 50 00 
Wm. W. Morris, " " - 50 00 

H. R. Chamberlin, Treasurer, 200 00 

H. R. Chamberlin, Collector, 1860, 300 00 
R. N. Batchelder, " 1857, 109 57 

John W. Ray, Superintendent of 

Public Instruction, - - 560 00 
James O. Adams, do do - 195 00 
Lyman W. Eastman, City Messenger, 38 12 
Davis Baker, " " 37 00 

Lemuel H. James, " " 233 64 

William D. Buck, " Physician, 50 00 

ASSESSORS. 

Daniel Hall, 68 00 

Daniel W. Fling, - - - 135 00 



Amount carried forward, • - $3,909 5S 



90 



Amount brought forwird, • - $3,909 58 

Stephen Palmer, - - - - 85 00 

Joseph Mclvin, - - - 50 00 

E. S. Harvey, - - - - 58 00 

John N. Brown, 57 00 

George W. Riddle, - - - 58 00 

George F. Judkins, - - - 12 00 

OVERSEERS OF POOR. 

Jacob B. Daniels, - - - - 70 00 

Allen Partridge, - - - 20 00 

Stephen Palmer, - - - - 50 00 

S. S. Monlton, ... 85 00 

Nahum Baldwin, - - - - 70 00 

Daniel Hall, - - - - 35 00 

Thomas F. Moulton, - - - 20 00 

J. M. Hawks, - - - - 35 00 

George S. Chandler, - - - 20 00 

HEALTH OFFICERS. 
Lyman W. Eastman, - - - 15 00 
Warren L. Lane, - - - 50 00 

MODERATORS. 

Benjamin F. Wallace, - 
Daniel Pnlsifer, ... 
Eben Ross, ... - 
John Q. A. Sargent, - 
Thomas S. Montgomery, 
Joseph B. Clark, 
Isaac W. Smith, - 
John Conghlin, 
George Holbrook, ... 
Jesse F. Angell, 

Amount carried forward, ... $4,734 08 



9 
O 


00 


3 


00 


- 3 


00 


3 


00 


O 


00 


3 


00 


7 


50 


o 


00 


Q 

o 


00 


3 


00 



91 

Amount brought forward, - - . $4,7-}4 08 

SELECTMEN. 

C. C. Frost, - - - 5 00 
Joseph Ferren, - - - . 5 00 
J. EL Russell, - - - - - 5 00 

D. K. Mack, . - - - - 15 00 

Samuel D. Lord, - - - - 5 00 

Charles K. Walker, - - - 5 00 

John D. Patterson, - - - - 5 00 

Isaac Whittemore, - - - 5 00 

P. B. Simons, - - - - 5 00 

Leonard Sanborn, - - . 5 00 

James W. Preston, - - - - 5 00 

Ira W. Moore, - - - . 5 00 

H. A. Campbell, - - - - 5 00 

John M. Harvey, - - - 5 00 

John Moulton, - - - - 5 00 

Stephen J. Batchelder, 2 years, - 10 00 

D. O. Furnald, - - _ - 5 00 

Thomas Adams, - - - - 5 00 

John L. Fitch, - - - - 5 00 

Thomas J. Smith, 2 years, - - 10 00 

Charles W. Co%, - - - - 5 00 

Amos H. Gerry, - - - . 5 00 

Daniel Farmer, Jr., - - - - 5 00 

P. B. Simons, - 5 80 

WARD CLERKS. 

Henry Clough, - - - - 5 00 

J. Allen Tebbetts, - - - 5 00 

John Hosley, 1-2 year, - - - 2 50 
Cyrus Gile, ----- 5 00 

J. C. Wing, 1-2 year, - - - 2 50 



Amount carried forward, - - - §4,894 38 



92 

Amount brought forward, - - $4,894 38 
J. T. Webster, - - - - 5 00 
Bernard Kiernan, 2 years, - - 10 00 
Henry C. Tilton, 2 years and Sta- 
tionery, - - - 11 50 
James S. Gilmore, - - - - G 25 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

J. D. Watson, Com. for 1859, 

Geo. H. Hubbard, " " 

T. S. Montgomery, " " • 

James P. Walker, " " 

Seth T. Hill, 

AmosW. Sargent, " " 

Jona. Y. McQueston, " " 280 00 

Seth T. Hill, Com. for 1860, 

Waterman Smith, " " 

Justus D. Watson, « " 

Amos W. Sargent, " " 

Geo. H. Hubbard, " " 

James O. Adams, " " 

Benj. F. Wallace, " " 

T. S. Montgomery, " " 80 00 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

D. K. Mack, Stationery, - - 1 50 
Cyrus Gile, " ... 50 

J.' C. Wing, " 50 

D. W. Fling, Horse and Carriage, and 

Fxpcnses, - - - - 10 70 
Daniel Farmer, Jr., Extra Services 

laying out Highways, - 
C. C. Frost, Keys, - 
Balance to new account, 



25 


00 




- 


50 




- 340 


54 






ft5 666 


37 




^^^UUU 





93 
PRINTING AND STATIONERY. 



By Appropriation, 
" Transferred from Reserved Fund, 

EXPENDITURES. 
Balance from old account, - 
Wm. H. Fisk, Paper, 
Hersey & Tilton, " 
"Wm. H. Fisk, Directories, 
Wm. H. Fisk, Pencils, 
Wm. H. Fisk, Pen-holders, - 
Hersey & Tilton, " 

Wm. H. Fisk, Pens, 
Hersey & Tilton, " 
Wm. H. Fisk, Ruling, 
Hersey & Tilton, Town Officers, 
Hersey & Tilton, Revised Statute, 
Hersey & Tilton, Pamphlet Laws, 
J. M. Campbell, Printing Blanks, 
C. F. Livingston, 
J. M. Campbell, Mayor's 

Address, - - - - 16 00 
J. M. Campbell, Printing Check Lists, 10 00 
Goodale & Farnsworth, " " Q6 00 

H. k. Gage & Co., " «' 18 00 

J. M. Campbell, Printing Regulations, 15 00 
Goodale & Farnsworth, Printing 

List of City Officers, - - 12 50 



800 


00 


300 


00 




&1 100 




■ ijpX,JLUV 


* 61 


19 


17 


01 


3 


33 


18 


28 


2 


10 


* 1 


08 


- 


12 


- 


75 


- 3 


16 


- 


62 


- 2 


50 


h 1 


88 


, - 3 


58 


99 


50 


28 


50 



Amount carried forward) - - $304 10 



94 

Amount brought forivard, - - $304 10 

Goodale & Farnsworth, Printing 

Letter Heads, - - 4 50 

Goodale & Farnsworth, Printing 

Blanks, - 15 50 

Goodale & Farnsworth, Printing 

Yeas and Noes, - - - 2 75 

H. A. Gage, Printing School Report, 38 50 

H. A. Gage, " City Report, 222 00 

E. B. Beaman, Binding Books, 

John B. Clark, Advertising, - 

J. M. Campbell, " 

Goodale & Farnsworth, " 

H. A. Gage, Printing Blanks, 

Hersey & Tilton, Blank Books, 

W. H. Fisk, " 

Goodale & Farnsworth, Printing 
Blanks, - 

J. B. Clark, Printing Blanks 

H. A. Gage, " " 

Hersey & Tilton, Inkstands, 

Hersey & Tilton, Tape, - 

Hersey & Tilton, Envelopes, 

W. H. Fisk, « 

C.F. Livingston, Printing Hay Scales 

Bill Books, - - 17 00 

Goodale & Farnsworth, Printing Reg- 
ulations of Fire Department, 5 50 

H. A. Gage,Printing Collectors' Bills, 24 00 

W. H. Fisk, Binding Books, - - 1 25 

Hersey & Tilton, India Rubber, - 58 

Hersey & Tilton, Ink, 67 

Hersey & Tilton, Gum Arabic, - 38 



4 


25 


86 


67 


10 


25 


141 


00 


23 


25 


5 


54 


18 


08 


24 


00 


11 


00 


12 


50 


1 


75 




42 


3 45 




40 



Amount carried forward, - - $979 29 



95 

mount broiujht forioard, • - $979 29 
Hersey & Tilton, Sand Box, - - 30 
John B. Clark, Printing Rewards, 7 00 
John B. Clark, Editorial, - 3 00 
Joseph D. Young, Pens, - - 1 00 
S. D. Farnsworth, Printing Check list, 18 00 
S. D. Farnsworth, Advertising Ordi- 
nance, 9 67 

Fogg & Hadley, Adverting Non-resi- 
dent Taxes, 
Stillman Caraer, Pens, - 
Hersey & Tilton, Stationery, 
Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., Ink, 
Balance to new account, 



33 


00 


- 


50 


- 7 


50 


k, 


62 


40 


12 




. $>1 100 00 







INTEREST. 



By Appropriation, - 9,000 00 

" Interest paid Treasurer on Taxes, 18 65 

Balance to new account, - 339 90 



$9,358 55 

EXPENDITURES. 
Balance from old account overdrawn, 864 54 
Coupons, ----- 6,840 00 
Banks and individuals, - - 1,654 01 

$9,358 55 



96 




CITY LIBEAEY. 




8y balance from old account, 


3 56 


" Appropriation, - 2 


,200 00 




<co <)f)Q ce 


EXPENDITURES. 


■ ' * ' W»j-U!j OU 


Manchester Gas Light Co., 


93 03 


F. B. Eaton, Expenses to Boston, 


10 00 


Samuel N. Bell, for Rent, 


250 00 


Samuel N. Bell, for Freight, 


1 75 


Goodale & Farnsworth, Printing, 


50 23 


F. B. Eaton, Salary, - 


600 00 


yEtna Insurance Co., 


32 50 


Phenix " " 


18 75 


E. P. Johnson, Coal, - 


24 50 


Manchester Post Office, - 


3 27 


City Appropriation for Books, - 1,000 00 


C. R. Colley, Painting, - 


1 40 


Dillingham & Thayer, Paper, 


16 56 


Samuel N. Bell, Newspapers, - 


28 00 


Neal & Holbrook, Lumber, - 


3 06 


Goodale & Farnsworth, Book Covers. 


, 4 50 


Balance to new account, 


66 00 




<a>o onq tfi 




«Jp w ^ .<_j V O 0\J 



97 
INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 



By balance from old account, - - $157 87 

" cash received for Circus Licenses, 180 00 
" " " first payment on Potter's 

Field, - - 250 00 
" " " of Luther Campbell for 

2 sets Harnesses, 50 00 

" " " for Aqueduct Water, 82 00 

" " " for Loam, - 5 12 

" Error in Bills paid and refunded, 7 92 

" Appropriation, - - - 3,300 00 

" Transferred from Eeserved Fund, 1,000 00 
" Amt. overdrawn to New Account, 1,093 24 



EXPENDITURES. 

C. W. Adams, for care of J. Gotham, 15 00 
Neal & Holbrook, repairing Wardroom, 3 75 
Eben French, " " 3 50 

Concord Railroad, Freight, - - 1 05 
T. P. Pierce, Postage, - - 10 76 

Justin Spear, Witness Fees at Court, 5 00 
M. H. Elliott, " " ." 3 75 

Joseph Nichols, " " " 2 62 

T. T. Abbott, " " " 2 62 

J. Allen Tebbetts, " " " 1 35 

JohnMoulton, " ' " "1 35 

W. W. Morris, " « " 5 00 

L. W. Eastman, Summoning Witness, 3 78 



26 15 



Amount curried forward, ... §59 53 

G 



98 

Amount brought forward, - - - $59 53 

L. W. Eastman, services as Messen- 
ger (extra), - - - 18 39 
L.H.James, services as Messenger, do., 1 50 
Harrington & Gale, Use of Park Hall, 10 00 
J. Knowlton, making Schedules of 

Bills for Committee, 24 25 

J. Knowlton, making Annual Report, 100 00 
Varick & Martin, 1 Hay Cutter, 1 

Shovel for Stable, 8 75 

William W. Morris, Law, - - 100 00 
J. B, Clark, " - 39 20 

S. D. Lord, " 5 00 

J. B. Clark, " - 15 10 

Samuel Upton, " - - 25 00 

W. C. Clarke, " - - 167 00 

Ira A. Eastman, " - 20 00 

Kennard & Brock, Fire Engine House, 5 25 
J. Wilson & Co. 3 Fire Engine House 

Gas Fittings, - - - 3 63 

Manchester Gas Co., Fire Engine 

House Gas, - 93 

Kennard & Brock, repairing Sprink- 
ling Apparatus, - - - 6 91 
Chas. W. Colby, copying Check Lists, 2 00 
John A.. Perry, Rent for Fire Police, 60 00 
D. B. Eastman, Use of Hall for Ward 

Meeting, - - - - 10 00 
Thos. Connelly, Use of Hall for Ward 

Meeting, - - - - 10 00 
Xeal & Holbrook, Labor in Hall for 

Ward Meeting, - 8 50 



Amount carried for ivard, - - $690 94 



99 

[mount brought forward, - - $690 94 

Jos. Everett, Washing Hall for Ward 

Meeting, - - - - 1 50 

F. S. Lynch, Labor in Hall for Ward 

Meeting, ... - 2 50 

Mrs. P. Doyle, Washing Hall for 

Ward Meeting, - 3 00 

M. E. Ireland, Washing Hall for 

Ward Meeting, - 
Wm. H. Fisk, Blank Books, 

G. P. Lyon, " " 
Hersey & Tilton, 1 Town Officer, 
Tewksbnry & Bro., " " 
S. L. Lewis, Small Pox Expenses 14 

days lost time, ... 
H. R. Demary, Small Pox Expenses, 
G. H. Hubbard, Small Pox Expenses 

Corliss Child, - - - 18 50 

Mary A. Corliss, Small Pox Expenses, 40 50 

B. F. Fletcher, " " " 15 00 

Uriah H. Foss, Burying Nuisances, 13 75 

Lewis O'Brien, " " 75 

John L. Kelly, " " 21 62 

David Allen, " " 25 

D. B. Page, " " 62 

Yarick & Martin, 1 Lock, - - 42 

S. B. Thomas, Recording Deeds, 1 00 

W. G. Abbott, Lumber, - - 4 00 
J. L. Smith, Lumber for boxing trees, 87 51 

T. R. Hubbard, Lumber, - - 20 88 

Daniel Farmer, Jr., " - ' - 18 00 

11. C. Hunton, Sawdust, - 100 



2 


00 


1 


00 


10 00 


1 


25 


1 


00 


17 


50 


27 


13 



Amount carried foricard, ... $1,001 02 



100 

Amount brought forward, - - $1,001 62 

Hersey & Tilton, Books for indigent 

Children, - - - - 34 62 

Tewksbury & Bro., Books for indi- 
gent Children, - - - 5 44 

John W. Ray, Books for indigent 
Children, - 

John Jacobs, Labor, - 

Gustavus Soule, " 

Eben French, fitting Ward Room, 

Luther Campbell, 2 Horses, - 

R. Gilchrist, Dusters, 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 

J. Knowlton, recording Births,Deaths 
and Marriages, - 

William Craig, Posting Bills, - 

Wm. H. Fisk, Tax Books, - 

Hartshorn & Pike, Steam Fire Engine 

House, putting up Gutters, 13 82 

Samson & Marden, Steam Fire En- 



12 


62 


2 


00 


2 


00 


88 


28 


t 50 


00 


2 


6T 


15 


15 


64 


68 


1 


00 


33 


33 



gine House, 


- 


4 62 


Francis Smiley, do. do. 


Labor, 


4 00 


Peter Scanlan, do. do. 




3 00 


James Kearn, do. do. 




2 00 


Wm. Griffin, do. do. 




4 00 


Francis Cass, do. do. 




2 75 


W. D. Clark, do. do. 




3 00 


M. Scanlan, do. do. 




2 00 


J. Q. A. Sargent, do. do. 


Gas pipe 




Fixtures, 


- 


16 26 


J. Abbott & Co., do. do. 


Lime, 


2 00 


Temple McQueston, Steam Fire Engine 


House, Mason Work, ■ 


. 


3 14 


tnt carried forward, 


- $1,774 00 



101 

Amount brought fonvzrd, - - $1,774 00 

Wm. McPherson, Steam Fire Engine 

House, Mason Work, - - 5 77 
Neal & Holbrook, Steam Fire Engine 

House, - - • - - 84 30 
Robert Scott, Steam Fire Engine 

House, - . - - - - 19 50 
Kennard & Brock, Repairing Water 

Tanks and Rams, - - - 18 12 
G. W. Merriam, Repairing Water 

Tanks and Rams, 56 lbs. hoops, 5 48 
W. P. Stratton, Repairing Water Tanks 

and Rams, - - - 88 25 

Hubbard & Williams, Repairing Wa- 
ter Tanks and Rams, - - - 1 22 
Geo. H Hubbard, Expenses to Lowell 

in regard to tax business, - 3 00 
Hill & Langiey, Horse and Wagon, 8 50 
Hill & Cillley," Horse and Wagon, - 16 00 
James & Dodge, Horse and Wagon, 4 50 
J. H. Haynes, Copying Assessors Book, 

and Making Taxes, - - - 62 00 
W. B. Patten, Copying Assessors 

Book, and Making Taxes, - 101 50 
J. L. James, Cleaning Hall after 

Court, - - - - - 1 75 
M. G. J. Tewksbury, Medical Attend- 
ance at Mr. Greeley's, - - 2 00 
W. H. Elliot, Repairing Clock, - 2 00 
J. L. Kenniston, " " - 17 00 
J. Q. A. Sargent, Aqueduct Gas Pipe, 77 39 
Henry Hill, Services, - - - 10 00 
G. H. Chamberlin, Copying Tax Book, 2 00 



Amount carried forvxzrd, ... $2,304 28 



102 

Amount brought forward, - - $2,304 28 

Allen Tenny, Dept. Secretary, Copy of 

Tax-list of Non-Residents, - 11 00 
S. S. Moulton, Repairs of City Scales, 3 75 
S. S. Moulton, Steam Engine House, 

Stock and Labor,- - - 23 32 
A. Walker, Steam Engine House, 

Mortar Wall, - - - - 25 75 
J. Abbott & Co., Steam Engine House, 

1 Cask of Lime, - - - - 1 00 

C. R. Colley, Steam Engine House, 

Painting, - - - - 14 99 
Chas. Bartlett, Steam Engine House, 

Labor, - - - 11 25 

Chas. Bartlett, Steam Engine House, 

Labor Team, 4 48 

G. B. Fogg, Steam Engine House, 

Keys, &c, 7 92 

Walker & Copp, Flagging Stone, 481 ft, 81 59 
S. B. Cilley, Damages to Carriages, 

Horse and Wagon, - - - 15 00 
Grilman Harvey, Damage to Carriages, 1 00 
Daniel R. Leach, " " 6 75 

J. Allen Tebbetts, " " 22 25 

D. L. Stevens, " Sleigh, 5 00 
John ELMaynard, Target Pole,Work, 10 97 
O. Furnald, " " " 10 12 
Geo. A. Barnes, use of Horse and Car- 
riage, - - - - - 18 95 

Hill & Cilley, use of Horse and Car- 
riage - . - - - 26 75 
H.R. Chamberlin, Expense to Concord, 1 50 
Kidder & Chandler, Pencils, - - 48 



Amount carried forward, - - $2,008 10 



103 

Amount brought forward, - - $2,608 10 

W. A. Springer, taking care of corpse 

of A. Richardson, - - - 5 00 
Phoenix InsuranccXJo., Insurance on 

Engine House, - - - - 16 25 
Herman Foster, Insurance on Engine 

House, - - - - 74 25 
JEtna Insurance Co., Insurance on 

Engine House, - - - - 94 00 
E. T. Stevens, Insurance on Engine 

House, - - . - - 31 50 
John Chatman, Engine House Ward 

Seven, ----- 
Eben Hartshorn, do do - 

John Humphrey, do do 
Columbus Wyman, do do - 
Patrick Fowler, do do 

C. H. Walker, Engine House Ward 

Seven, Stove, - 
J. F. Woodbury, Engine House Vine 

Street, ----- 
A. C. Wallace, Engine House Vine 

Street, Lumber, &c, - - 83 08 
H. Brickett, Teachers' Institute, - 305 60 
J. G. Colt, Trees, - - - 156 62 
Mrs. W. M. French, Fitting up Lot 

by reason of widening Street, 75 00 
J. L. Kennedy, Painting Engine 

House and Ward Room, Amos- 

keag, - - - - - 63 13 
Albion Barker, Stock and Labor, En- 
gine House and Ward Room, 

Amoskeag, - - - - 97 07 



n 



00 


7 


00 


6 


00 


2 


80 


4 


00 


4 


17 


8 


72 



Amount carried forward, • - $3,655 29 



104 

Amount brought forward, - - $3,655 29 

Dudley & Parker, Articles for Pest 

House, - - - - - 17 43 
A. C. Wallace, 3,079 ft, Lumber for 

Fence on Elm Street, - 46 30 

Maria Hall, (Execution) Injured on 

Elm Street, - - - 1,110 33 
Hersey & Tilton, Books and Station- 
ery, - - - - - 10 44 
H. R. Chamberlin, Books and Sta- 
tionery, - - - 5 07 
W. P. Stratton, Repairing Water 

Tanks, 
David H. Young, Mason Work, 
Luther Campbell, Wheels and Fix- 
tures, - 
Wm. Campbell, do 
Gilman B. Fogg, Set Milk Measures, 
R. F. Shepherd, Work on Park St. 

E. B. Beaman, Binding Books, 
A. W. Sanborn, Repairing Hearse 

House, - 

Maynard & Noyes, Writing Ink, 

George H. Hubbard, Horse and Car- 
riage, - 

Samuel N. Bell, Attorney's Fees, 

School District No. 11, 

W. H. Noyes, Labor, - 

Amos Cassey, " 

F. S. Lynch, " 
A. B. Conant, " - 
Pinkerton, Abbott & Pettee, - 

Amount carried forivard* $5,212 66 



8 


77 


9 


50 


38 


50 


• 3 


00 


, 5 


00 


3 


50 


1 


50 


- 1 


00 


2 


25 


- 22 


00 


132 


67 


175 


00 


3 


00 


3 


00 


■ 1 


50 


1 


61 


- 16 


00 



105 

Amount brought forward, ... $6,272 66 
Neal & Holbrook, Carpenter Work 

and Lumber, - - - - 10 01 

C. R. Colley, Sign Board and Paint- 

ing, 1 25 

S. Goss, Labor, - - - - 1 00 

John Coughlin, Repairing Ward 

Room, Ward 5, - •' - - 7 83 

J. H. Knowlton, Copying List of Un- 
paid Taxes for 1857, - - 8 00 

Benjamin Hutchinson, Lettering 

Trees, - 2 65 

Joseph Knowlton, Compiling Tax List 172 00 

D. B. Eastman, Rent of Hall, - - 5 00 
A. H. Gerry, Clearing Ward Room, 1 00 
Geo. W. Cheney, Horse and Carriage, 1 25 
Hill & Cilley, " " " 12 25 
John L. Kelly. - - - - 6 25 
Daniel L. Stevens, Reward, - 500 00 
Merrimack Engine Co., Rent of Hall, 75 00 
Transferred to Highway Dist. No. 6, 50 00 

$6,126 15 



106 
PAVING STREETS, 



By Appropriation, - $2,000 00 

" balance to new Account, - - 109 77 



52,109 77 



EXPENDITURES. 

Balance from old Account, - - 9 00 
M. D. Stokes, Paving Stones, - 1,637 87 

G. H. Dorr, Team Labor, - - 23 86 
H. Dorr, " « - - 53 62 

F. Kimball, " " - - 11 37 

Houston & Baton, Blacksmith Work, 3 19 
Robert Scott, Labor, - - 87 37 

Edward McQueston, " - 36 00 
Peter Scanlan, " 25 00 

J. P. Jewell, " - 37 00 

Levi H. Sleeper, " 53 62 

Eastman & Son, " - 56 24 
City Team, " 2 25 

Hugh Ramsey, " 4 00 

P. Kimball, " 6 50 

S. S. Moulton, " 4 38 

Joseph A. Weeks, " 3 75 

Charles Bartlett, Paving Stones, 30 00 

James A. Weston, establishing Grade 

of Street, - - - - 24 75 

$2,109 77 



107 

cnr debt. 



Date of Notes 



To whom payable. 



Feb.28,1852 Nehemiah Hunt 

July 1, 1847 Certifi. of Stock 

July 1, 1847' 

July 1, 1857 

July 1, 1854 

Jan. 1, 1856J* 

July 1, 18571 

July 9, 1858 'Nehemiah Hunt 

" 22, 1858; " 
Nov. 10,1 859 Amoskeag B'k 



'When payable. 



Int. unpaid 
.1:11!. 1, 1861. 



Principal. 



Feb. 28, 1872 
July 1, 1862 
July 1, 1867 
July 1, 1872 
July 1, 1874 
Jan. 1, 1880 
July 1, 1877 
July 9, 1878 
July 22,1878 
May 10, 1860 



108 


00 


675 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 


300 


00 


671 


00 


68 


75 


29 


15 


8 


50 



3,600 


00 


22,500 


00 


20,G00 


00 


20,0C0 


00 


20,000 


00 


10,000 


00 


22,500 


00 


2,400 


00 


1,100 


00 


1,000 


00 



3,660 40 123,100 00 
3,660 40 



$126,760 40 



TEMPOKABY LOAN. 



By balance January 1, 1860, - 21,750 00 
" amount borrowed since Jan. 1, 1860, 9,000 00 

$30,750 00 

EXPENDITURES. 

To amount paid, - 4,000 00 



Balance due January 1, 1861, 26,750 00 



30,750 00 



108 

VALLEY CEMETERY. 



EXPENDITURES. 
To balance from old Account, - - 29 23 
" sundry Bills paid, - - - - 7 51 



-$36 74 



PINE GKOYE CEMETEEY. 



By Cash of Peter Edwards, for wood, 392 69 

" Appropriation, - 100 00 

" Cash for Grass, - - - - 10 00 

Balance to new account, - - 177 17 



EXPENDITURES. 




Balance from old account, 


305 87 


N. Webster, Choppin 


g Wood, - 


- 1 20 


Patrick McLaughlin, Building Street,185 00 


W. W. Baker, 


a u 


29 00 


Benjamin Stevens, 


« a 


27 75 


James F. Smith, 


u a 


29 75 


Edwin N. Baker, 


a a 


21 25 


Micajah Ingham, 


a u 


9 00 


James A.Weston, Lay 


ing out avenues, 


&C.j - 


_ 


68 12 


Neal & Holbrook, Lumber, - 


2 92 



$679 86 



$679 86 



109 

TAXES, 1858 AND 1859, 



Amount of uncollected taxes for 1859, 

January 1, I860. - 32,031 57 

John L. Kelly, Collector for 1858 and 1859. 

Amount of Abatements, 1858, 536 39 

" " 1859, 397 41 

Cash paid Treasurer, 1858, 300 01 

1859, 14,307 80 

Amount of uncollected, 1858, 4,112 87 

" for collecting, " 838 20 

20,492 68 



Balance of uncollected for 1859, $11,538 89 



TAXES, 1860. 
H. R. Chamberlin, Collector. 

Whole amount of Taxes, - - - 91,589 52 
Amount paid Treasurer, - 78,101 50 

" of Abatements, - - 630 51 

Discount on Taxes, - - 253 53 

_ 78,985 54 



Balance of uncollected Taxes, of 1860, $12,603 98 



110 

STEAM FIRE ENGINE. 



By Appropriation, - 3,000 00 

$3,000 00 

EXPENDITURES. 
Amoskcag Manufacturing Co., for 

1 Steam Fire Endue, - - 3,000 00 

$3,000 00 



NOTES DUE THE CITY. 



January 1, 1857, Henry G. Lowell and 

others, 1,450 00 

Endorsement, - - - 337 91 

$1,112 09 

April 1, 1857, Charles H. Brown, 2 notes, 



each, --- - 100 00 

March 29, 1860, James Barrett, due in 

one year, - 250 00 

do do due in two years, 250 00 

do do due in three years, 250 00 

750 00 

Dec. 18, 1860, Jackson & Kimball, due 

in four months, - 260 00 

$2,222 09 



Ill 



WATERING STREETS. 



By Appropriation, 



200 00 



EXPENDITURES. 
John Campbell, for Watering Streets, 200 00 



$200 00 



$200 00 



VALUATION, TAXES, &C. 



Year. J 


Valuation. 


Taxes. 


iNo. of polls- 


Poll Tax. 


1838 


$555,270 00 


$2,235 49 


244 


$1 66 


1839 


604,963 00 


3,029 84 


427 


2 14 


1840 


946,200 00 


3,986 56 


772 


2 20 


1841 


1,229,054 00 


9,563 74 


892 


3 49 


1842 


1,430,524 00 


12,952 44 


1,053 


2 76 


1843 


1,598,826 00 


13,764 32 


1,053 


2 60 


1844 


1,873,286 00 


13,584 72 


1,053 


2 25 


1845 


2,544,780 00 


19,246 27 


1,561 


2 30 


1846 


3,187,726 00 


22,005 95 


1,808 


2 10 


1847 


4,488,550 00 


24,963 54 


2,056 


1 68 


1848 


4,664,957 00 


39,712 53 


2,638 


2 58 


1849 


5,500,049 92 


44,979 92 


2,518 


2 47 


1850 


5,832,080 00 


48,974 23 


2,820 


2 37 


1851 


6,906,462 00 


51,798 47 


2,910 


2 25 


1852 


6,795,682 00 


54,379 45 


2,745 


1 92 


1853 


6,995,528 00 


61,545 81 


2,907 


1 82 


1854 


8,237,617 00 


62,022 44 


2,814 


1 80 


1855 


8,883,248 00 


71,952 09 


3,725 


1 94 


1856 


9,244,062 00 


114,214 08 


3,760 


2 96 


1857 


9,983,862 00 


84,862 98 


3,695 


2 04 


1858 


10,259,080 00 


78,210 85 


3,695 


1 83 


1859 


9,853,310 00 


81,368 01 


3,495 


1 92 


1860 


9,644,937 00 


86,804 87 


3,651 


2 16 



112 

ABATEMENT OE TAXES, 



1859. 

Herrick, Nathaniel, - 
Coughlin, John, - 
Hall, Edward, 
Stevens, Robert, - 
Stevens, Henry, - 
Bartlett, John, - 
Baker, Wm. W. 
Webster, Israel, - 

1857. 

Austin, Ramsey, - 

Adams, John, - 

Addison, Nancy, - 

Akinson, Thomas, - 

Allen, Chas P., * 

Allen, Daniel R., - 

Alexander, Wm. H., - 

Andrews, Alice, - 

Arbuckle, Wm., - 

Asugo, M., - 

Atwood, Osander, 

Avery, Ezra, - 

Baron, William, - 

Baker, Hannah G., - 

Baker, Samuel, - 

Baird, Jonas, - 

Benton, Harvey, - - - - 2 31 

Amount carried forward, - - $47 45 



• 1 


62 


2 


03 


- 9 


77 


4 


00 


• 10 


10 


6 


00 


- 12 


00 


8 


00 


o 


31 


- 2 


31 


7 


70 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


• 2 


31 


2 


31 


■ 2 


31 


2 


31 


• 2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


• 5 


10 


2 


31 


• 2 


31 



113 

Amount brought forward, 
Beto, Avery, - 
Bills, Geo. II., - 
Bigclow, Lousia, - 
Bowley, Thomas, - 
Boyd, Wm. H., 
Austin, Samuel, - 
Brown, Samuel, - 
Clark, Charles, - 
Colley, Squires S., 
Davis, G. W., 
Dodge, G. W., - 
Fax, Olando, - 
Emerson, Isaiah, - 
Glines, A. H., - 
Ham, W. H., 
Jacobs, John A., - 
Jobert, E., - 
Robertson, William, 
Sanborn, Abram J., 
Shepherd, Samuel W., 
Smiley, Robert, ... 
Studley, Ed., - 
Thompson, James P., - 
Weeks, Bartlett H., 
Bronigan, Hugh, - 
Broderick, Johenna, 
Brown, Harris, - - 
Brown, Daniel, 
Bresnehan, John, 
Buckminster, Isaac, 
Burns, Robert, - 
Call, Samuel W., 

Amount carried forxvard, ... $12IJ 3'J 



$47 45 


2 


31 


2 


31 


3 


85 


2 


31 


■ 2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


■ 2 


31 


2 


31 


■ 2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


o 


31 


o 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


o 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


79 


2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


o 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 



114 

Amount brought forward , 
Calk, George A., - 
Calk, Jacob, - 
Chase, B. F., 
Clark, Eben J., 
Colby, Mary, 
Colbart, James, - 
Crowle, Jerre, - 
Cronin, Daniel, - 
Cronin, Timothy, 
Dakin, L. H., - 
Dary, Peter, 
Davis, Roxanna, 
Donahue, James F., 
Fletcher, Gillis, 
Fantun, Andrew, 
Foster Hannah, - 
Fostin, Charles, - 
Fowley, John, - 
Fowley, Pat, 
Frizzel, Joseph P., > 
Gardner, Lewis, - 
Gillingham, Dennis, 
Gordon, Lewis, - 
Gowan Dennis, - 
Gozzels, Joseph, - 
Gorey, John, - 
Griffin, John, 
Hanley, Michael, 
Hayheg, Patrick, - 
Hagil, John, - - - - 
Hallaren, Patrick, 
Hallaren, Matthew, - 

Amount carried forward, ... $199 53 



$123 39 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 3 


27 


1 


93 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 3 


79 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 47 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


. 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


o 

-J 


31 


- 2 


31 



115 

Amount brought forward, - 
Halevan, John, - 
Hume, Michael, 
Home, Timothy, - 
Hosmore, Charles, - 
Hamc, Galen, - 
Hagity, Patrick, 
Hayle, Richard, - 
Hosley, Samuel C. - 
Huckins, Simeon, 
Hurl, George, - 
Jaquith, Willard, - 
Junkins, Joel, - 
Jussillian, J. H.- 
Kearny, Dennis, 
Kelton, Doland, - 
Keif, Daniel, - 
Keheo, Marsh, • - 

Keda, John, - 
Keyes, Stephen, - 
Knston, J. 
Kimball, Fred S.- 
Kimball, H. H. 
Kingarnes, Louis, 
Kingsbury, Abby S. 
Lafaive, Philip, - 
Lary, Dennis, 
Lary, Timothy, - 
Lerhey, Michael, 
Lewis, J. W. - 
Lines, Morris, - 
Lines, Dennis, 
Lacy, John, 

Amount carried forioard, - $285 73 



$199 53 


3 76 


- 2 31 


2 31 


- 2 31 


2 31 


- 2 31. 


2 31 


- 2 31 


2 31 


* 2 31 


2 31 


- 2 31 


2 31 


* 2 36 


2 31 


- 2 31 


2 31 


- 2 31 


2 31 


- 7 22 


2 31 


- 2 31 


2 18 


* 8 31 


2 31 


- 2 31 


2 31 


- 2 31 


2 31 


- 2 31 


2 31 


• 2 31 



116 

Amount brought forward, - - $2S5 73 

Lowd, Emily, - 
Lambert, Peter, - 
Lougee, Patrick, - 
Lovewell, Nathaniel, 
Lynch, Eliza, - 
Lerry, Joseph, - 
Lerry, John, - 
McGown, Mary, - 
McCay, Cornelius, 
Magartt, Morris, - 
Mayett, Horace, - 
McCarty, Patrick, 
McCawliff, Timothy, 

McClure, Charles, 

MeClure, Eliza, ... 

McCammy, Joseph, 

McGarrett, J. W., - 

McMaster, Isaac, - 

McMahan, Peter, 

Metcalf, Edward, - 

Moody, Theodore, - 

Moody, AH. 

Muller, Jacob, _•■■-. 

Nary, John, - 

Nasmith, James, - 

Neal, Dennis, 

Norton, Michael, 

Norton, G. W. - 

O'Brien, Tarry, 

O'Brien, Patrick, - 

0' Conner, Brien, 

O'Keefe, Julia, - 

Amount carried forward, ... $373 77 



2 


28 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


3 


81 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 5 


37 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 5 


77 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


3 


27 


- 7 


30 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


40 



117 



Amount brought forward, 


$373 77 


O'Keefe, Daniel and Mary, 


- 2 91 


Onsby, Alfred, ... 


2 31 


Osgood, Ruth, - 


- 1 93 


Patten, L. H. - 


- 2 31 


Peabody, Lucinda, - 


- 2 29 


Perren, James, ... 


2 31 


Peltin, Anthony, ... 


- 2 31 


Perry, A. V. 


2 31 


Pierce, Joel, - 


- 2 31 


Pierce, Wm, L. - 


2 31 


Phympton, Thomas, - 


- 2 31 


Powers, Amy G. - - 


96 


Prendivelle, John, - 


- 2 31 


Prendivelle, Michael, - 


2 31 


Prendivelle, William, 


- 2 31 


Quinn, Patrick, - 


2 31 


Quinn, Martin, - 


- 2 31 


Quint, Dennis, 


2 31 


Ragin, Patrick, - 


- 2 31 


Ragin, James, ... 


2 31 


Rice, John, - 


- 2 31 


Ritcher, James, - 


2 31 


Roach, William, ... 


- 2 31 


Robertson, James, 


3 49 


Robertson, Calvin, - 


- 4 24 


Robertson, Alex. F., 


1 93 


Robertson, Rhoda, - 


- 1 98 


Roberts, Hannah, 


6 25 


Rollins, John M. - 


- 2 31 


Randiville, Dennis, 


2 31 


Saltmarsh, Wilbert, - 


- 2 31 


Samise, John, ... 


2 31 



Amount carried forward^ ... $452 88 



118 



unt brought forward, 


$452 88 


Sanborn, Henry N. - 


- 2 31 


Sanborn, Warren, 


2 31 


Sargent, John, - 


- 2 31 


Sargent, Elizabeth N. - 


1 92 


Sargent, Joseph F. - 


- 3 49 


Savery, George, - 


4 81 


Savage, Adalinc, - 


- 4 81 


Savage, William, - 


5 83. 


Sawyer, Charles, - 


- 2 31 


Scannel, Timothy, 


2 31 


Scripture, Samuel, - 


- 2 31 


Scott, Nelson S. - 


2 31 


Shanan, Peter, - 


- 2 31 


Shathrough, Timothy, - 


2 31 


Shanan, Frank, - 


- 2 31 


Sheehan, Thomas, 


2 31 


Sheehan, Francis, - 


- 2 31 


Shear, John, - 


2 31 


Shearer, Ellen, - 


- 2 48 


Shedd, Morris, - 


4 2S 


Shepherd, Samuel W. 


- 2 31 


Shepherd, James S. 


3 27 


Sibley, Joseph, - 


- 2 31 


Spaulding, Lydia, B. - 


2 89v 


Sparrow, A. J. 


- 2 31 


Stevens, Sally, - 


5 53 


Stevens, Charles W. 


- 2 31 


Stevens, Alexander, 


2 31 


Stoat, George H. 


- 2 31 


Swinnack, Lavis, 


2 31 


Swine, Lewis, - 


- 2 31 


Swett, Sophia, - . 


2 42. 



Amount carried forward, ... $54S OT 



110 

Amount brought forward, 
Thorr, Hugh, - 
Thurston, Wessan, 
Towns, George D. - 
Tranter, Thomas, 
Twombly, Eunice L. 
Turner, William, 
Yose, Thomas, 
Volley, John, - 
Whittier, Emily L. - 
Whittemore, S. F. 
White, Patrick, 
Weeks, G. W. - - - 

Wyatt, Harriet, 

Young, Mary E. - 

Yor^F. J. - 

Cunningham, P. S. - 

Davis, Albert, - 

Farnsworth, Daniel, 

Sawyer, Joshua S. - 

Wood, Oliver J. - - 

Copp, George N. 

Copp, George W.- 
Morrison, E. J. 

1859. 

Cleworth, John, - 
Weston, James A. - 
Breshnehan, Jeremiah, 
Swett, Daniel, - - - 
Harrington, William, - 
Lyons, Thomas, 
Johnson, Nathan, 

Amount carried forward, - - $37 10 



$543 


07 


- 4 53 


2 


31 


- 1 


19 


2 31 


- 2 


89 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 3 


85 


2 


31 


- 2 


31 


2 


31 


- 3 


22 


4 


16 


- 2 


31 


2 


04 


- 2 


04 


2 


04 


- 2 


04 


2 


04 


- 2 


04 


2 


04 


- 19 


28 


2 


82 


- 12 


28 


1 


95 


- 8 


15 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


8 


00 



$617 26 



120 

Amount brought forward, - $37 10 

James, Stevens, - - - - 8 24 
Mitchell, Peter, - 8 00 

1860. 

Lyons, John, - 
Lock, T. D. M.- 
Hall, James, - 
Dakin, Leonard H. 
Hadley, David P. - 
Hoghs, George H. 
Nason, Stow, - 
Severance, Williber, 
Randlett, Wm. P. - 
Haley, Daniel, - 
Wescott, Elisha, 
Alden, David, - 
Byrne, James, - 
Robertson, R. W. 
Bailey, E. K. - 
Nutting, James, - 
Holland, John, 
Johnson, Henry, - 
Prescott, C. L. - 
Harrison, Thos. - 
Hamblct, David J. - 
McDoel, H.- 
Smith, Frank, - - - 
Bean, Tyler, - - . - 

Chase, Charles, 
Hewes, John, - 
Gibson, Robert, 
Stanley, Ed. E. - - - 

Amount carried forward, - - $&8 €»2 






25 


4 


70 


- 


90 


2 


25 


- 6 


02 


2 


93 


- 2 


25 


2 


25 


- 11 


66 


2 


25 


- 2 


25 


6 


73 


- 


95 


2 


16 


_ 2 


25 


2 


16 


_ o 


25 


2 


25 


- 2 


25 


2 


25 


- 2 


76 


2 


25 


- 2 


25 


2 


25 


- 9 


40 


2 


25 


- 2 


25 


2 


25 



$53 34 



121 



Amount brought forward, 


$88 62 


Tonkin, Henry, 


- 2 25 


McDonald, Owen, 


2 38 


Newell, Wm. P. 


- 42 30 


Bailey, Nathan, - 


- 42 30 


Clark, George A. 


- 2 25 


Sawtello, A. I.- 


2 25 


Lane, Dennis, - 


- 2 25 


Dodge, Wm. F. - 


2 25 


Trickej, Charles H. 


- 2 25 


Kidder, Leonard, - 


2 25 


Johnson, Henry, 


- 2 25 


George, Joseph G. 


2 25 


Bailey, Daniel, 


- 2 25 


Lord, Samuel, 


2 76 


Gibson, Robert, 


- 2 25 


Heath, George W. 


2 25 


Conner, Charles, 


- 2 25 


Gilmore, Wm. W. 


2 25 


Fisk, Ephraim, 


- 2 25 


Cutting, Erastus, 


- 2 25 


Ward, Luther, 


2 25 


Merrill, Dudley, 


- 2 25 


Humphrey, John, 


2 25 


Libbey, Augustus, - 


- 2 25 


Edwards, Michael, 


2 25 


Derrill, J. M. - 


- 2 25 


Prescott, Cyrus R. 


2 25 


Rilley, Michael, 


- 2 25 


Sullivan, Michael, 


2 25 


Sullivan, Daniel, 


- 2 25 


Carlton, G. R. - 


2 25 


Hubbard, Geo. H. - 


- 18 80 




$ 257 91 



122 



1859. 

Andrews, Chas. H. 
Atwood, David, 
Bagley, J. R. 
Bamfield, Wm. K. - 
Batchelder, James S. 
Bigelow, Louisa, 
Brown, James A. 
Cady, John, - 
Canfield, Hector, - 
Cheney, William 
Cilley, Tristram, - 
Clark, William, 
Clough, Barion, - 
Colley, Newell E. - 
Connelly, Charles, 
Conway, John, 
Cram, Hercules, G. C. 
Currier, Jonathan F. 
Curtain, Daniel, - 
Dicey, Uriah, - 
Donald, Michael, - 
Doton, Isaac, - 
Durgin, Charles T. 
Edwards, Joseph, 
Elliott, Thomas, • 
Emery, John D. 
Fairbanks, Parker, 
Fairbanks, Perkins, - 
Farrell, Andrews, 
Fisher, Joseph, 
Fleming, John, - 



Amount carried forward, - - $61 oO 



1 


95 


- 3 


26 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


4 


02 


- 


82 


3 


18 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


. 


82 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 



123 

Amount brought fonvard, - - - $61 30 
Fling, Rufus, - 
Fowler, Hugh, - 
Freeman, Wilbur F. - 
Golden, Jane D. - 
Griffin, Harrison, - 
Griffin, Sebastian S. 
Hackett, George W. 
Hackett, Chase, - 
Hardy, Augustus F. 
Hurlburt, Lora G. 
Jewell, Joseph, - 
Jones, Enos C.- 
Kidder, Leonard, - 
Knights, George W.- 
Lane, Michael, - 
Lane, John W. - 
Laughlin, Patrick, - 
Laselle, Lewis, 
Leavitt, Weare, - 
Mayott, L. H. 
McCabe, John, - 
Messer, Joseph, - 
Newell, Henry G. - 
Nutting, Allen, v - 
Pinkum, Joseph, - 
Questrum, Rufus P. - 
Reed, Charles, - - - - 
Richards, George K.- 
Richardson, Reuben M. - 
Riordon, Dennis, F. - 
Senter, John, - - - - 
Seward, Eli, - 

Amount carried forward, - - - $123 10 



1 


95 


1 


95 


1 


95 


1 


66 


• 1 


95 


5 


27 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


• 1 


95 




82 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 


- 1 


95 


1 


95 



124 



Amount brought forward, - 


$123 10 


Sloan, George S. 


- 1 95 


Staples, James, - 


1 95 


Stark, Levi, - 


- 1 95 


Sweeney, John, - • 


1 95 


Tillotson, Lyman, - 


- 1 95 


Vickery, Charles, 


1 95 


Wadleigh, John, ... 


- 1 95 


Wallace, John, - 


1 95 


Whitcomb, B. H. 


1 95 


Brown, Benjamin, - 


- 1 92 


Haley, Daniel Jr. 


1 92 


Carlton, Geo. W. - 


- 1 92 


Dolloff, Franklin F. - 


2 72 


Livingston, Hiram L. - - 


- 2 72 


Philbrick, Nathaniel E. 


2 72 


Quimby, Mrs. Mahitable, - 


- 2 93 


Carey, James Jr., 


1 92 


Merrill, J. K. - 


- 1 92 


Morrity, Pat, 


1 92 


Wilson, Lewis, - 


- 1 92 


Wilson, Nathaniel, 


1 92 


Harrington, Samuel C. - 


- 1 95 


1860. 




Gorden, Daniel, - 


2 25 


Prince, Frank, 


- 2 25 


Peabody, Onestus,. 


2 25 


Fogg, George W. - 


- 2 25 


Leaf, Luke - - - - 


2 25 


Tonkin, Henry, - 


51 


Atwood, David, - 


3 76 



159 00 



Amount carried forivard, - - $15 52 



125 



$15 


52 


, 2 


25 


2 


82 


2 


25 


2 


25 


• 2 


25 


2 


25 


■ 1 


22 


2 


25 


- 9 


40 


15 


98 


- 1 


88 


6 


58 




94 


4 


23 


■ 1 


41 




54 



Amount brought forward, 

Johnson, John W. - - - - 

Joy, John W. 

Langley, Samuel G. ... 

Perry, Stephen, - 

Woodman, Jonathan, 

Cochran, Thomas, - 

Crawford, Lamson, - ' 

Center, F. A. - 

Donnelly, Owen, - 

Clement, Charles W. - 

Lot No. 63, Manchester Street, 

L. and B. 84 Merrimack Street, - 

East half lot 128 Merrimack Street, 

Lots 112, 113, 114, Hanover Street, 

Lot 75 Manchester Street, 

Lots 44, 45, Park Street, - 

Lots 51, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 77, 78, 

79, Central Street, - 
Lots 95, 168, 171, 172, 175, 176, 

Laurel Street, - 
Lots 156, 158, 162, 
Elliott, Samuel H. 
Patterson, John D. - 
Elliott, John S. ... 

Smith, Aaron B.- 
Nichols, Nicholas, - 
Clark, Hiram M.- 
Miller, James M. 
Lot No. 103 Laurel Street, - 
Lots 73 and 74, Manchester Street, 
L. and B. No. 30, Park Street, - 

Amount carried for wird, - - $115 37 



2 43 



1 


62 




81 


2 


25 


5 


81 


2 


82 


4 


70 


6 


58 


2 


25 


2 


25 


2 


82 


1 


41 


5 


60 



126 

Amount brought forward, - . . $115 37 

Dudley, O. P. - . - - l 45 

Wilson, J., L. and B. Laurel Street, 7 90 

Warren, Charles, - . . 2 16 

Thompson, James, - - . - 2 25 

Ilitncr, Herman, - - . 2 76 

Cheney, James S. - - - - 1 88 

Haddo, John, - - - . 2 25 

Baker, Andrew H. - - - - 94 

Morgan, M. 5 64 

Morse, James, - - . - 2 25 

Gannon, John, - - - - 2 25 

McGrath, Dennis, - - . - 2 25 

McGrath, John, - - - . 2 25 

Boyd, Andrew, - - - - 2 25 

Hartwell, Jacob B. - - - 2 25 

Welch, William - - - - 2 25 

Young, Morrill N. - - . 5 08 

Hunt, Anna, ----- 32 

Whelpley, Michael, - - - 2 76 

Richardson, Asa, - - - - 2 76 

Gordon, Gilbert G. - - g 05 

Lot 67 Manchester Street, - - 94 

"122 « -i 41 

" 86 Merrimack " - - - 1 88 



94 

1 41 

94 



" 89 " « 

" 80 * « - 

" 95 " « 

L. and B. Hall Street, - - - 6 58 
Lot 183 Laurel Street, - 94 

" 197 « " 

" 196 « « - 



94 
94 



Amount carried forward, - . $18845 



127 



Amount brought forward, - . . 

" 195 " " 

" 190 " < . . . 

1-2 of lot 159 Amherst Street, 
Lot 112 Hanover Street, 
East 1-2 of lot 146 Hanover Street, 
Lot 51 Manchester Street, 

" 64 

" 62 

" 73 " 

" 74 " 

" 121 " 

" 193 Laurel 
Caswell, Augustus B. - 
Hartney, Luther T. 
Soule, Gustavus, 
Tarbell, Alonzo, 
James, Daniel C. 
Evans, Bryant and Flanders, 
Buel, Margaret P. 
Farrell, Andrew, - 
M. V. B. Richardson, - 
Kennerson, H.- 
Grant, "Wentworth, 
Wilson, William H. 
Haynes, George K. 
Bly, Jerry, - 
Tufts, Dudley H. 
White, Dresser & Piper, - 
Clough, Henry, - 
Smith, Jonathan, - 
Crosby, Anthony, 



,188 


45 




94 




94 




36 


1 


65 




94 


1 


88 


1 


46 


1 


41 


1 


41 


1 


41 


1 


41 




75 


2 


88 


2 


88 


2 


25 


2 


25 


2 


25 


8 


46 




94 


2 


25 


2 


25 


7 


52 


2 


25 


2 


25 


2 


25 


2 


25 


2 


87 


9 


40 


r 


88 


i 


20 


2 


25 



Amount carried forioard, 



$263 54 



128 

Amount hrought forward, 

Robinson, M, - 

Larkin, James, - 

Baker, Polly, 

Conner, Patrick, 

Patterson, Alma S. 

Bank, Amoskeag, 

Chase, William, 

Trecillian, Thomas, 

Walker, Ruel, 

Pressey, A. D. - 

Kidder, C. S. ... 

Plenhansen, Gusta A. 

Doland, Patrick, 

Cox, Fayette, ... 

Hodgman, Ephraim. 

Libby, David, 

Barney, £. I). - 

Deshen, Elisha, - 

Woods, Charles, - 

Soule, Gustavus, 

Nickerson, George, 

Ramore, Lewis, - 

Mason, G. P. ... 

Vincent, Warren, 
1857. 

Mitchell, Peter, - 
1858. 

Nutting, Hiram P. 
1S59. 

Bly, Jerry, - - - - 1 95 

Nutting, Hiram P. 1 95 



$263 54 


2 


25 


o 


25 




45 


2 


25 


1 


79 


9 


40 


2 


25 


2 


25 


4 


60 




90 


2 


25 


2 


25 


2 


25 


2 


25 


16 


84 


11 


24 




90 


2 


76 


- 2 


76 


2 


25 


2 


25 


2 


25 


9 


27 


2 


25 



SEVENTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

TRUSTEES OF THE CITY LIBRARY. 



In accordance with legal requirement, the Board of 
Trustees of the City Library ask leave to present their 
Seventh Annual Report, accompanied by that of the Li- 
brarian and Treasurer. 

The usual degree of quiet and prosperity has attended 
this institution in the conduct of all matters pertaining to 
its interests, leaving little to be said that is new in regard 
to it. We have only to repeat our congratulations at the 
unmistakable signs of regard which the people generally 
evince in this behalf, and to reiterate our belief that time 
only strengthens the hold which the Library has on the 
popular mind. A very large number of the books are in 
constant circulation, while the methods adopted for their 
care are such as to prevent any undue injury or loss. In- 
deed, we have reason to believe that losses by wear or by 
failure to return are much less than those of any similar 
Library of which we have knowledge. 

The system of guarantee has in a few intances given 
rise to complaint, chiefly through misapprehension, and 
has been found on the whole to work exceedingly well. 

We wish especially to call the attention of young men, 
and all lovers of valuable books, to the fact, that by far 
the largest portion of the Library consists of standard 



130 

works of the highest repute, and of indisputable worl 
We hope such books will be more extensively read. Fe 
ing bound in some measure to supply the popular dema: 
for light reading, we have not yet felt at liberty to approp 
ate large sums to that purpose, and are of the opinion tli 
expenditure in this direction should be diminished rath 
than increased. There are books enough worthy the i 
tention of all, and while providing for a diversity of tast 
such as must always exist in a city like ours, we hope th 
the young, who are acquiring habits of reading, will stri 
to direct their attention into channels which may be pi 
ductive of benefit in the end. 

We commend the Library to the fostering care of t] 
City Government, which has so wisely and so favorab 
regarded its interests heretofore. 

Our thanks are due to gentlemen who have made 1 
donations of books, as specified in the Librarian's Repoi 
E. W. HARRINGTON, Mayor, 

President of the Board of Trustees, 
WM. C. CLARKE, Clerk. 



Dec. 31, 1860. In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, 
Read and approved. 

JOSEPH KNOWLTON, City Clerk. 



331 

HBRARIAN'S REPORT. 



Gentlemen of the Board of Trustees : 

The Librarian asks leave to present his Seventh Annual 
fteport. 

The number of persons who up to this date have com- 
plied with the regulations for taking books is two thous- 
and six hundred and eighty. 

The number of books given out, in two hundred and 
eighty days, is thirty thousand, and of this number, fifteen 
appear to be missing, and not accounted for. 

The number of books in the Library is seven thousand 
six hundred and thirty, an increase over the number last 
annually reported of eight hundred and forty-five. 

I have received for fines and for the sale of catalogues, 
thirty-two dollars and seventy-seven cents, of which 
amount there has been paid to S. N". Bell, Treasurer, sev- 
enteen dollars, for wood one dollar and eighty-seven cents, 
for one blank book one dollar twenty-five cents-— leaving 
twelve dollars and sixty-five cents in my hands. 

Donations of books have been received from the follow- 
ing persons : 
Hon. Daniel Clark, U. S. S. Hon. E. W. Harrington. 

" Moody Currier, James 0. Adams, Esq. 

Dec. 31, 1860. P. B. EATON, Librarian. 

Dec. 31, 1860. In Board of Mayor an .1 Aldermen, 
Read and accepted. 

JOSEPH KNOWLTON, City Clerk. 



132 



TEEASUKEE'S EEPOET. 



To the Board of Trustees of the City Library : 

The Treasurer of the Board of Trustees of the City 
Library makes the following Report of the receipts and 
expenditures by the Board of the funds received by them 
on account of the City Library : 

1860. Dr. 

Jan. 2. To Cash on hand as per last 

report, - - - $593 58 

June 2. To Cash of F. B. Eaton, for 

Fines, <fcc, - - - 2 00 
Sept. 22. To Cash of H. R. Chamberlin, 

City Treasurer, - - 50 00 
Oct. 3. To Cash of F. B. Eaton, - 15 00 
Dec. 21. To Cash of H. R. Chamberlin, 

City Treasurer, - - 365 00 
Dec. 29. To Cash of H. R. Chamberlin, 

City Treasurer, - - 32 16 
To Cash undrawn on order, 552 84 

$1,610 58 



1860. 
Jan. 23. 

" 23. 
« 23. 

" 23. 

" 23. 

" 23. 



Amount carried forward, 



Cr. 



By Cash paid A. K. Loring, $67 



" W. A. Webster, 


7 50 


" T. W. Reeve, 


78 98 


" A. K. Loring, 


14 18 


" A. K. Loring, 


4 88 


" F. B . Eaton, 


25 47 



$198 84 



133 

Amount brought forward, - - - $198 84 



March 24. 


a 


a 


N. Crosby, 


3 50 


April 20. 


a 


u 


Adams, Samp- 
son & Co., 


3 00 


May 21. 


a 


it 


H. Foster, 


2 00 


June 20. 


a 


it 


. Smith, Mason & 
Co., - 


15 00 


July 20. 


a 


tt 


E. C. Eastman, 


6 00 


Aug. 24. 


a 


a 


A. K. Loring, 


12 31 


a a 


a 


u 


A. K. Loring, 


33 90 


a it 


tt 


a 


J. Sabin, 


8 60 


a a 


a 


it 


C. F. Briggs, 


1 32 


it u 


it 


a 


T. W. Reeve, 


15 18 


a a 


it 


a 


T. W. Reeve, 


87 68 



Oct. 20. 


a 


a a 


u 


Nov. 21. 


a 


u u 


a 


Dec. 23. 


U 


a u 


a 


a a 


a 


Feb. 25. 


a 


June 20. 


a 


Aug. 24. 


a 


a u 


a 


Sept. 22. 


it 


Nov. 21. 


Li 


Feb. 25. 


a 


June 20. 


a 


Nov. 21. 


a 


June 20. 


a 


July 20. 


a 



a 



" A. K. Loring, 30 39 
« A. K. Loring, IT 78 
" W. A. Baker, 5 00 

D. B. Bates, 1 00 
F. B. Eaton, 10 00 
A. K. Loring, 363 46 
Little, Brown & 

Co., - - 12 00 

E. B. Beaman, 10 53 
E. B. Beaman, 15 22 
E. B. Beaman, 11 00 
E. B. Beaman, 16 28 
E. B. Beaman, 1 82 
E. B. Beaman, 17 25 
E. B. Beaman, 40 88 
E. B. Beaman, 92 

E. B. Beaman, 2 25 
Hersey & Tilton,27 89 

F. L. Porter, 9 59 



Amount carried forward, - - - $980 59 



134 

Amount brougM forward, - - §980 59. 

July 20. By Cash Paid D. F. Buckley, 30 20 



Dec. 11. 


a 


" H. E. Sawyer, 1 00 


" 23. 


a 


" Hersey & Tilton, 26 69 


a u 


u 


" D. F. Buckley, 3 20 


a a 


a 


" F. L. Porter, 11 43 


Cash undrawn on 


order, - - - 552 84 


Cash to balance, 


4 63 






^1 610 58 







The expenditures for incidental expenses for the Library 
for the year ending Dec. 31, 1860, the items of which 
appear at large in the Annual Report of the City, are 



Newspapers, - 


- 26 00 


Rent, - 


- 250 00 


Postage, - 


- 3 27 


Fuel, - 


24 50 


Gas, - 


- 100 83 


Insurance, 


51 25 


Librarian's Salary, 


- 600 00 


Incidentals, 


45 76 


Printing Catalogue, 


- 43 75 


Balance undrawn, 


58 18 




$1,203 54 



135 

RECAPITULATION. 

Amount of Appropriation, - - $2,203 54 

Order in favor of Trustees, - 1,000 00 

Incidental Expenses, - - - 1,145 36 
Balance, - - - - 58 18 



■$2,203 54 
Respectfully submitted, 

S. N. BELL, 
Treasurer of Trustees of City Library. 



We have examined the above report, and find, the same 
correctly cast and properly vouched. 

E. W. HARRINGTON, ) Com. on Accounts 
WM. P. NEWELL, j of City Library. 

Auditor's Office, 
City of Manchester, Dec. 31, 1860. 
I hereby certify that I have examined the several items 
of receipts and expenditures embraced, in the foregoing 
report of the Trustees of the City Library, and. find the 
same correctly cast and properly vouched. 

. JOSEPH -KNOWLTON, City Auditor. 

Dec. 31, 1860. In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, 
Read and accepted. 

JOSEPH KNOWLTON, City Clerk. 
Dec. 31, 1860. In Board of Common Council, 
Read and accepted in concurrence. 

S. D. FARNSWORTH, Clerk. 



136 



YALLEY CEMETERY. 



To His Honor the Mayor and City Council : 

The Committee on the Valley Cemetery submit their 
Annual Report. 

The funds of the Valley Cemetery January 1, 1860, were : 
Cash on hand, - - - - 604 06 
There has since been received for lots 

sold ----- 578 68 
Hay, - - - - - - 20 00 

Leaves, 4 50 

$1,207 24 

The expenditures for the year have been as follows : 

Thomas P. Clough, for Labor, - 140 65 

Levi Caswell, - " - 15 00 

Amos Dow, - " - - 1 50 

William Dotey, " - 10 00 

P. Histon, " - - 75 

Benjamin Hutchinson, " % - 32 25 

E. M. Ellis, - - " - 20 37 

Ebenezer Clark, " 14 50 

Hibbard Stevens, - " - - 259 75 

Hugh Ramsey, - " 1 17 

J. B. Varick & Co., Grindstone, - 7 00 

J. G. Coult, Trees, - 37 50 

C. R. Colley, Painting, - 75 

James A. Weston, Surveying, - 13 00 

H. H. Summers, Repairing Pump, 1 25 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 2 77 



Amount car/ ied forward, ... $558 21 



137 

Amount brought foricard, - - $558 21 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Hardware, 5 26 
Daniels, Forsaith & Co., " 1 08 

C. M. L. Railroad, Freight of Trees, 3 00 
Balance carried to new account, - 639 69 



L,207 24 



GEO. A. BARNES, 

J. B. SAWYER, 

M. CURRIER, 

WM. C. CLARKE, / n 

S. N. BELL, Committee 

GEO. H. HUBBARD, 

G W THAYER ' ^ alley Cemetery. 

WATERMAN SMITH, 
JOS1AH A. CHAMBERLIN, 
CHARLES W. ADAMS. 



REPORT OF OVERSEERS OE POOR. 



To the Mayor and Aldermen and Common Council of the 

City of Manchester : 

In compliance with the requirements of law, the Over- 
seers of the Poor of said city herewith present their An- 
nual Report. 

Whole number of paupers assisted the last year, is 617, 
of which 494 have no settlement in this State, 99 having 
a settlement in this city, and 24 having settlement in some 
other town in the State. 

Whole number of deaths during the year are 32, of 



138 

which 21 were county paupers, and 8 city paupers, and 3 
from other towns in the State. 

We have sent to the County Alms House the past year, 
83 persons having no settlement in the State of New- 
Hampshire. The greatest number of paupers at the City 
Alms House during the year past, is 24, average number 11. 

The whole number of travelers who have been assisted 
at the City Watch Room in this city the past year, is 591. 

All .of which is respectfully submitted, 

E. W. HARRINGTON, Chairman. 

S. S. MOULTON, \ 

J. M. HAWKS, Oveeseers 

ASA PLACE, I UVER ™s 

NAHUM BALDWIN, 0F ™ E ' 

STEPHEN PALMER,! ,, m 0F 
H. TASKER, Manchester. 

J. B. DANIELS. / 

January 29, 1861. In Board of Mayor and Aldermen, 
Read and accepted. 

J. KNOWLTON, City Clerk. 
January 29, 1861. In Board of Common Council, 
Read and accepted in concurrence. 

S. D. FARNSWORTH, Clerk. 



139 



INVENTORY OF PERSONAL PROPERTY AT 
THE CITY ALMS HOUSE, DEC, 1860. 



6 shovels, 3.00, 1 spade, .50, 


- 


3 50 


6 manure forks, - 


- 


3 00 


5 bog hoes, 2.00, 1 bog rake, .50 




2 50 


3 iron bars, - 


- 


5 00 


2 whiffletrees, .50, 2 pick axes, 


2.00, 


2 50 


12 hoes, - 


- 


4 00 


1 long handle spade, 


- 


50 


7 wrenches, 4.00, lot of drills, 5.50 


9 50 


3 stone hammers, 


- 


4 50 


8 plows and 1 cultivator, - 


- 


72 00 


4 large chains, - 


- 


8 00 


5 stake chains, ... 


- 


1 50 


29 tie chains, - 


- 


6 50 


1 spread chain, - 


- 


1 50 


1 string of bells, - 


- 


2 00 


1 vise 4.25, 1 spirit level 1.25,- 


- 


5 50 


1 saw set 1.25, 1 chest of tools 1 


5.00, 


16 25 


3 wood saws 3.00, 1 shove horse 


.50, 


3 50 


2 grind stones, - 


- 


6 00 


7 axes 5.00, 1 bush hook 1.25,- 


- 


6 25 


2 bush scythes, - 


- 


2 75 


2 pairs hay poles .75, 2 grain cradles 




6.00 .... 


- 


6 75 


1 cant hook and wood horses, 


- 


2 50 


2 mason's trowels, - 


- 


1 25 


2 scalding tubs, - 


- 


1 25 


2 drags, ----- 


- 


3 75 


12 scythes, - - - - 


- 


6 00 


10 scythe snaths, ... 


- 


5 00 


1 cross cut saw, ... 


- 


6 00 



Amount carried forward, - - $199 25 



140 

Amount brought forward, ... 
1 box bar soap, - 

3 casks of nails, - - - 

4 traps 2.00, corn shelter 8.00, 
1 winnowing mill, - - - 
15 rakes 8.00, tie bows and rings 5.00, 8 00 
1 single harness, ... 
1 lead harness, - 
Extra collar and whips, 
10 meal bags, - 
1 single sleigh, - 
Horse blankets, - 
Sircingle and halter, - 
Caps and pins, - 
1 wheel barrow, 
Curry combs, cards and brushes, 

5 ox yokes and bows, - 
1 hay knife 1.00, 1 hay cutter 7.00, 
1 large mixing box, 
1 small mixing box, 
1 meal chest, - 
8 hay forks, -'-.-" 

5 ladders 9.00, 5 flails 1.00, - 
1 tree scraper .25, 1 bridle .67, 

1 wheel jack 1.00, muzzle basket .75, 1 75 

2 single wagons, - 
2 ox carts and 1 ox wagon, - 

1 extra cart body, - 

2 hay racks, - 
10 cart and sled spires, - 

6 ox sleds, - 
2 harrows, - - - - 

Amount carried forward, - $738 92 



$199 


i 25 


- 4 


50 


10 


50 


10 


00 


- 8 


00 


.00, 8 


00 


10 


00 


- 10 


00 


4 


00 


- 2 


00 


15 


00 


- 1 


00 


1 


00 


- 1 


00 


2 


50 


- 1 


50 


16 


00 


', 8 


00 


- 5 


00 


2 


00 


- 3 


00 


6 


00 


- 10 


00 




92 


5, 1 


75 


- 50 


00 


225 


00 


- 10 


00 


20 


00 


- 8 


00 


70 


00 


- 15 


00 



141 



Amount brought forward , - $ 738 92 

2 buffalo robes, - - - 10 00 

Sickles and horse rake, - - 5 00 

5 baskets and lot of measures, - 8 00 

5 carpenter's horses, - 75 

2 set of fetters, - 7 00 

5 blocks and chains, - - - 17 00 
1 pair handcuffs, - - - 1 50 
1 suction pump, - - 2 00 
10 meat barrels, - - - 5 00 
16 cider barrels, - - - - 8 00 

Old iron, 12 00 

Cook and other stoves, - - - 85 00 

1 ironing furnace, - - - 14 00 

2 rocking chairs, - - - - 4 00 
18 dining chairs, - - - 3 50 
18 common chairs, - - - 3 00 
15 tables 12,00, window curtains 3.00, 15 00 

3 clocks6.00. 10 looking glasses 5.00, 11 00 
12 boxes 1.00, 8 wash tubs 3.00, 4 00 
25 earthern pots 3.00, 7 stone pots 

3.00, . . - 6 00 

1 cheese tub 3.00, cheese press 

and hoops 5.00, - 
14 wooden pails and 5 milk pails, 
37 milk pans and other tin pails, 

6 milk cans and measures, 
5 coffee and tea pots, 
Castor, pepper box and salt dish, 
10 chambers and 1 bed pan, 
10 flats, shovel and tongs, 
Knives, forks and spoons, - 

Amount carried forward, - - $992 67 



8 


00 


3 


50 


3 


00 


1 


50 


2 


00 


1 


00 


G 


00 


5 


00 


7 


00 



142 

Amount brought forward, - 8992 G? 

4 light stands, cake board and pin, 2 00 
2 cupboards and bed wrench, 

2 clothes horses and coffee mill, - 
Wash benches and boards, - 

3 whitewash brushes, 
3 bread troughs, - 
School and other books, - 
New cloth on hand, - 
6 table covers, 

24 towels 6.00, 7 brooms 1.00, 
24 bedsteads and cords, 
Clothes lines and pins, - 
Steelyards and scales, 
1 molasses barrel and faucet, * 
35 gallons molasses, - 

9 Russia pans 6.00, 8 jugs 1.00, - 
Butcher and carving knives, 
Tea trays and waiters, 
Soap dish and cream pot, - 
Quilting frames 1.00, dish pan 1.00, 
Knife tray and seive, - 
1 wooden bowl, » 

Fish fork" and spoon, - 
Meat pounder and brass skimmer, 
Candle sticks, snuffers and tray, 
Oak lumber, - 
6000 feet pine lumber, - 
Copper tea kettle and boiler, 
Meat safe 2,00, cheese safe 2.00, 
Lanterns and lamps, - 
1 dinner bell, - 

Amount carried forward, - - $1,171 17 



2 


00 


1 


75 


1 


50 


3 


00 


4 


00 


4 


00 


3 


00 


3 


00 


7 


00 


30 


00 


1 


50 


5 


00 


1 


00 


11 


50 


7 


00 


2 


00 




50 


1 


50 


2 


00 


1 


00 




75 




50 




75 




75 


10 


00 


60 


00 


4 


50 


4 


00 


2 


00 


1 


00 



143 

Amount brought forwird, ... $1,171 17 

I dress table, ... - 50 

3 clothes baskets, - - - 1 50 
Reel, swift and spinning wheel, - 1 50 
Chopping knife and mortar, - 1 00 

4 chest of draws and 4 trunks - 8 00 
1 bureau 3 00, I floor brush .50, 3 50 
6 butter, L sauce and pickle tubs, 2 00 
1 dining set and other crockery ware, 25 00 
24 tumblers, 8 dishes, - - 4 00 
Churn, cups and saucers, - 4 00 
Tin ware, - - - - 18 00 
Sugar and other buckets, - 2 00 
Feather beds, mattresses and bed- 
ding, - - - 175 00 

300 bushels potatoes, - - .135 00 

100 " turnips, - - 33 00 

90 " carrots, - . - 33 75 

30 " beets, - - - 12 00 

8 " parsnips, - - 4 00 

200 heads of cabbage, - - 12 00 

10 barrels af cider, - - - 12 50 

1-2 barrel of vinegar, - - 3 00 

1 " soap, - - - 4 00 

1 " pickles, - 4 00 

60 doz. candles, - - - - 10 00 

100 lbs. butter, - - - 20 00 

345 lbs. cheese, - - - - 40 00 

20 bushels of ashes, - - - 2 50 

922 lbs. round pork, - - - 73 76 

175 lbs. salt pork, - - - 21 00 

400 lbs. salt beef, - - - 24 00 



Amount carried forwird, - - $1,861 68 



144 

Amount brought forivard, 

150 lbs. fresh meat, - 
8 barrels of apples, 

1 bushel of onions, - 
50 lbs. soap grease, 
1-2 barrel flour, 
20 gallons apple sauce, - 

2 bushels corn and rye meal, 
40 lbs. sugar, - 
2 lbs. saleratus, 
40 lbs. coffee, 
417 bushels of corn, 
12 bushels of beans, 
40 lbs. tallow, 
8 lbs. pepper, - 
1 bag fine salt, 
100 lbs. green hide, 
1 bag coarse salt, 
30 chestnut posts, 
40 hens 13,25, 4 turkeys 3.00, 
15 feed boxes, - 
200 lbs. dried apple, - 
100 bushel of oats, 
26 " barley, - 
53 " wheat, 
40 tons No. 1 hay, - 
18 2 " - 
8 " 3 " - - 

7 tons meadow hay, 

8 tons corn fodder, - 
12 tons straw, - 
6 working oxen, 

Amount carried forward, - ... $4,136 50 



$1,861 


68 


9 


00 


- 8 


00 


1 


25 


- 3 


00 


O 


30 


- 5 


00 


2 


00 


- 3 


80 




14 


- 6 


00 


417 


00 


- 24 


00 


5 


00 


1 


33 


2 


50 


- 6 


00 


1 


50 


- 3 


00 


16 


25 


- 3 


75 


10 


00 


- 50 


00 


26 


00 


- 100 


00 


760 


00 


- 252 


00 


80 


00 


- 49 


00 


56 


00 


- 120 


00 


250 


00 



143 



Amount brought forward, 


- K-736 50 


4 cows, - 


100 00 


2 three year old cows, - 


- 36 00 


2 two year old heifers, 


28 00 


2 one year old heifers, - 


- 16 00 


Ibull, - - 


8 00 


9 shoats, - 


- 75 00 


1100 lbs. live pork, - 


88 00 


1 copper boiler, - - - 


- 15 00 

t'l 50° 50 







REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON 
CITY FARM AND HOUSE OE CORRECTION. 



To the City Council, Gentlemen: 

The undersigned Committee having had charge of the City 
Farm and House of Correction for the past municipal year, 
beg leave to state that they have made a careful inventory 
of all the personal property at the above named places, as 
will be seen by the preceding schedule accompanying this 
report, amounting to $4,762.50. We will here state that 
an invitation was extended to his Honor Mayor Bunton to 
assist in taking the above named inventory. He being 
present was consulted in regard to the rates of appraisal. 
It will be seen by the city reports that there has been 
paid out for the support of the City Farm and' House of 
Correction $1,690.28. Paid for the support of paupers 
off the Farm $908.07. There has been sold from the 
Farm the past year $470.64 — and your committee will 



144 

also state that there has been considerable improvement 
made on the Farm the past year, by the way of building 
walls, ditching, &c. But at the same time we cannot re- 
frain from recommending that more attention should be 
paid to enriching the soil. That facility readily suggests 
itself to us, that is by carrying all the street scrapings to 
the Farm, and by so doing you would not only be improv- 
ing the soil, but would get a much larger amount of pro- 
duce in return. 

In conclusion, your committee take pleasure in stating 
that the present Superintendent (Mr. Peavey) has been 
kind to the poor, and they have at all times expressed 
themselves satisfied with their treatment the past year. 
We are also satisfied that a humane course has been pursued 
with those unfortunate persons that have been sent to the 
House of Correction for reformation. 

All of which is respectfully submitted, 

E. W. HARRINGTON, j r 
DAN'L FARMER, JR. } 



145 

RECAPITULATION. 

Dr. 
Stock on hand, Dec. 15, 1860, 4,502 50 
Expenditures current year, - 1,690 28 
Interest on Farm, - - 1,057 60 

Am't due Supt. prior to Jan. 1,1861, 93 75 

$7,344 13 

Cr. 
Stock on hand Dec. 81, 1859, 4,075 53 
Supporting Paupers 585 weeks $1.50 

per week, - - - - 877 50 
Clothing Paupers and Convicts, 151 00 
Preparing and Drawing "Wood, 50 00 

Repairing Horse Shed and Water 

Pipes, - - - - 
Building Barn Shed, 
Building 40 rods Bank Wall, 
Building 20 rods Single Wall, 
Digging 50 rods Ditch, - 
Produce and stock sold from Farm 
Building Milk Cellar, - 

Balance, - 

$7,344 13 



60 


00 




250 


00 




80 


00 




30 


00 




100 


00 




i, 470 


64 




25 


00 






(S 14Q 


67 
46 




1,194 



146 



CITY PROPERTY. 



City Hall and Lot at Cost, - - $35,815 00 

City Farm and permanent improve- 
ments, ----- 17,980 00 

Stock, Tools, Furniture and Provis- 
ions at City Farm, - - 4,502 50 

Engine Houses and Appropriations, 

as per Engineer's Report, - - 31,525 22 

Reservoirs at Cost, - 6,491 70 

Hearses, Horses, Tomb and New Cem- 
etery at Cost, - - - - 4,170 00 

Court House Lot at Cost, - - 9,514 56 

Common Sewers at Cost, - - 24,878 84 

Safe Furniture and Gas Fixtures City 

Hall, 1,333 00 

Street Lanterns, Posts, Pipes and 

Frames, 971 00 

Cemetery, 3,580 00 

Water Works, ----- 1,500 00 

Horses, Carts, Ploughs and Tools be- 
longing to City, - 889 00 

142,572 47 



347 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF ENGINEERS. 



To His Honor the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of 

Manchester : 

Gentlemen : In compliance with the requirements of the 
Revised Ordinances, we herewith submit to your honora- 
ble Board a report of the condition of the Fire Depart- 
ment ; also an appraisal of the property belonging to the 
same, with the location of the several Engines and appar- 
tus, Reservoirs and other supplies of water within the city. 

At the commencement of the year the Department con- 
sisted of five Hand Engines with forty-five men each, one 
Hand Engine with fifty men, one Steam Fire Engine with 
fourteen men, one Hose Company with twenty men, and 
one Hook and Ladder Company with forty men, consisting 
in all of three hundred forty-nine men. 

Last April three Hand Engines, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, the two 
latter owned by the Amoskeag and Stark Manufacturing 
Co.'s, were discharged from service, and the Steamer Fire 
King put into the House occupied by No. 1. In July the 
A. C. Wallace No. 7 was discharged from service, and the 
Steamer E. W. Harrington put in its place. The first of 
October Massabesic No. 4 was discharged from service. 

In November, the Engineers, by an order from the City 
Government, located Merrimack Engine No. 1 at Amos 
keag, in the " Old School House," which had been fitted 
up for its reception. 

The last of December an order passed the Board of 
Mayor and Aldermen, cutting down the number of men 



148 

belonging to the Hook and Ladder Co., from forty to 
twenty-five men. 

The Department now consists of two Hand Engines, Mer- 
rimack No. 1, and Torrent No. 5, with forty-five men each, 
two Steamers, Amoskeag No. 1, and Fire King No. 2, with 
fourteen men each, one Steamer, E. W. Harrington No. 3, 
with twelve men, one Hose Co., with twenty men, and one 
Hook and Ladder Co., with twenty-five men, consisting in 
all of one hundred eighty-five men, being one hundred 
sixty-four less than at the commencement of the year. 

The Hand Engines have fully sustained their reputation 
for promptness and efficiency. And much credit is due 
them for the good will manifested and assistance rendered 
in making the changes in the Department the past year. 
The Steam Fire Engines have more than met the expec- 
tations of the Engineers, by being able to compete suc- 
cessfully with the Hand Engines in getting to fires, they 
having taken five out of thirteen premiums paid this year 
for getting the first water on the fire. 

Massabesic No. 4 has been sold to the town of Groton, 
Mass., for four hundred and fifty dollars. A. C. Wallace 
No. 7 remains in the House formerly occupied by No. 4. 

Alterations to a considerable extent were necessarily 
made in the Houses formerly occupied by Hand Engines 
Nos. 1 and 7, for the accommodation of the Steamers Fire 
King and E. W. Harrington. One thousand feet of 
" Boyd's Patent Hose " has been purchased and put into 
use during the last year. 

During the past year a nine inch cement pipe has been 
put in, leading from the Pond on Concord Square to the 
Reservoirs in front of " Smyth's Block," and a gate con" 
nected with the same pipe at the junction of Concord and 
Elm Streets which can be used as a Reservoir, furnishing 
water enough for any emergency. 



149 

The Board would recommend that the Reservoir on 
Manchester Street, near J. A. Perry's, be supplied from 
the Pond on Concord Square as early as possible ; also 
that a Reservoir be put in at the junction of Myrtle and 
Elm Streets. 

The highest credit is due to the members of the Fire 
Department for the prompt and efficient manner in which 
they have discharged their several duties during the past 
year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

A. C. HEATH, Chief Engineeb, 
D. W. FLING, 

A. BRANCH, 

C H C FOSS* > Assistant Engineers. 

J. c. young' 

B. S. FLANDERS, 



150 



AMOSKEAG STEAM FIRE ENGINE CO., NO. 1. 

HOUSE VINE STREET — 14 MEN. 

J. C. Ricker, Foreman ; P. S. Brown, Assistant ; D. B. 
Varney, Clerk ; J. C. Ricker, Treasurer. 



House and Land, - 


$7,720 


47 




Steamer, - 


- 3,000 


00 




Hose Carriage, - 


250 


00 




300 feet Rubber Hose, 


- 316 


00 




500 " Boyd's Patent Hose, 


- 435 


00 




400 " Leather Hose, - 


300 


00 




14 Hosemen's Rubber Suits, 


- 105 


00 




6 Torches, - - 


22 


50 




2 Branch Hose Pipes, - 


24 00 




2 Copper Branches, 


14 


00 




2 Blunderbusses, 


20 


00 




6 Shoulder Straps, Belts and 


Span- 






ners, - 


27 


50 




2 Stoves and Pipes, - 


42 


50 




Furniture in the Hall, - 


31 


50 




1 Bed complete, 


25 


00 




3 Tons of Coal at $10, - 


30 


00 




34 " " 16, 


12 


00 




1-2 " " 8, - 


4 


00 




3 Cords of Wood, 


13 


50 




1 Gallon Sperm Oil, 


9 


00 




2 " Spirits, 


1 


00 








12,395 


97 



151 
FIRE KING STEAM FIRE ENGINE CO., 

E. 



HOUSE VINE STREET j 


.4 MEN. 




\ Richardson, Foreman ; James Perry 


', Assistant ; 


M. 0. Pearsons, Clerk and Treasurer. 


Steamer at Cost, - 


$3,000 


00 


Hose Carriage, - 


- 250 


00 


200 feet of Rubber Hose, 


208 


00 


500 " Boyd's Patent Hose, 


- 435 


00 


650 " Leather " - 


487 


50 


11 Hosemen's Rubber Suits, 


- 105 


00 


3 Torches, - 


10 


00 


2 Blunderbusses, 


24 


00 


2 Lanterns, - 


3 


00 


6 Woolen Jackets, 


12 


00 


Shoulder Straps, Belts and Spanners, 56 


00 


2 Copper Branches, 


14 


00 


2 Jack Screws, - 


5 


00 


3 Stoves and Pipes, 


50 


00 


Sheet Iron Pans, 


5 


00 


2 Oil Cans, - 


4 


00 


14 Badges, - 


13 


75 


1 pr. Harnesses for Horses, 


56 


00 


2 pr. Blankets " " - 


16 


00 


Furniture and Fixtures in Hall. 


75 


00 


1 Bed complete, - 


25 


00 


3 Tons Coal, at $10, - 


30 


00 


1-2 " " 8, 


4 


00 


1-2 Cord of Wood, - 


1 


50 


1 1-2 Gallons of Sperm Oil, - 


3 


00 


2 « Spirits, 


1 


00 
- 4,893 75 



152 



E. W. HARRINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE 
CO., NO. 3. 

HOUSE MAIN STREET, PISCATAQUOG — 12 MEN. 

A. C. Wallace, Foreman. 



House, ... . 


- 625 


00 


Steamer, - 


3,000 


00 


Hose Carriage, ... 


- 150 


00 


100 feet of Rubber Hose, 


101 


00 


150 " Boyd's Patent Hose, 


- 130 


50 


500 " Leather Hose, - 


375 


00 


11 Hosemen's Rubber Suits, 


- 82 


50 


Trumpets and Torches, 


27 00 


1 Signal Lantern, 


- 15 


00 


2 Jack Screws, - 


5 


00 


Vice and Bench, - 


5 


00 


6 Settees, .... 


20 


00 


7 Office Chairs, - 


8 


00 


1 Chanderlier, ... 


10 


00 


1 Table, .... 


5 


00 


2 Stoves and Pipes, 


25 


00 


1 pr. of Harnesses for Horses, 


56 


00 


1 pr. Blankets " " 


11 


00 


2 Tons of Coal, at $10, - 


20 


00 


2 " " 8, - 


16 


00 

4,690 00 



153 



MERRIMACK ENGINE CO., NO. 1. 

HOUSE AMOSKEAG VILLAGE — 45 MEN. 

T. S. Montgomery, Foreman ; Paschal 1). Fitts, Assistant 
E. R. Warren, Clerk. 



Engine and Hose Carriage, - 


- 950 00 


450 feet Leading Hose, 


- 337 50 


24 " Suction « - 


- 75 00 


5 Hosemen's Suits. 


12 50 


1 Signal Lantern, - 


- 15 00 


4 Torches, ... 


8 00 


2 Trumpets, - 


- 6 00 


1 Copper Pump, - 


3 50 


5 Settees, .... 


- 13 00 


3 Office Chairs, - 


3 00 


Cans, Jugs, Oil, &c, 


- 5 00 




$1,428 50 



154 



TORRENT ENGINE CO., NO. 5. 



HOUSE ON MANCHESTER STREET — 45 MEN. 

B. C. Kendall, Foreman ; 0. E. Kimball, Assistant Fore- 
man ; M. D. L. Stevens, Clerk ; Ezra Kimball, Treas. 



House and Land, - 


1,200 00 


Engine and Hose Carriage, 


1,060 00 


24 feet Suction Hose, - 


75 00 


300 « Leading " 


225 00 


300 " Ordinary " - 


187 50 


2 Stoves and Pipes, - 


25 00 


9 Hosemen's Caps, - 


40 50 


24 Spanners and Belts, 


14 00 


50 Badges, .... 


12 00 


Hosemen's Suits, ... 


10 00 


5 Torches, - 


12 50 


1 Signal Lantern, - 


12 00 


Branch Pipe, - - - - 


10 00 


1 pr. Cylinders, - - - - 


25 00 


50 Torches, - 


10 00 


3 Trumpets, - 


12 00 


2 Wrenches, - 


5 00 


9 Setters, 


22 00 


1 Clock, - - 


10 00 


3 Office Chairs, .... 


3 00 


6 Common Chairs, - 


2 00 


1 Table, 


8 00 


1 Chanderlier and Hall Fixtures, 


30 00 


3 Double Windows, 


5 00 


1 Sign, 


20 00 


1 Tackle and Rope, 


6 00 


6 Life Ropes, 


6 00 


4 Buckets, - . . 


4 00 


1 Vise and Hammers, 


4 00 



1,055 50 



155 
PENNACOOK HOSE CO., NO. 1. 



HOUSE VINE STREET — 


20 MEN. 




Walter Neal Foreman ; George 


Holbrook, Assistant 


Foreman ; A. J. Woodbury, Clerk ; 


David Thayer, Treas. 


Hose Carriage, - 


- 370 


00 


100 feet Boyd's Patent Hose, 


87 


00 


200 feet Hose, good, - 


- 150 


00 


1200 " " ordinary, - 


720 


00 


200 " " damaged, - 


- 50 


00 


6 Hosemen's Suits, - 


30 


00 


10 Spanner Belts and Sockets, 


- 8 


75 


12 Spanners, ... 


4 


00 


2 Stoves and Pipes, 


22 


00 


24 Badges, 


24 


00 


6 Torches, - 


- 12 


00 


1 Signal Lantern, 


12 


00 


3 Trumpets, - 


9 


00 


1 Hose Washer and Fixtures, 


40 


00 


3 Axes, - 


5 


00 


2 Wrenches, 


2 


00 

$1,545 75 



156 



HOOK AND LADDER CO., NO. 1. 

HOUSE ON MANCHESTER STREET — 40 MEN. 

B. W. Robertson, Foreman ; A. J. Butterfield, Assistant; 



J. L. Bradford, Clerk and Tr 


easurer. 


House and Land, - 


950 


00 


Carriage, 


150 


00 


525 feet Ladders, - 


125 


00 


4 Large and 3 Small Hooks, 


40 


00 


Ropes, ----- 


20 


00 


2 Stoves and Pipes, - 


15 


00 


1 Table and Desk, - 


4 


00 


8 Chairs, - 




75 


45 Badges, ----- 


9 


00 


1 Signal Lantern, ... 


10 


00 


4 Torches, 1 Trumpet, - 


9 


00 


4 Axes, Shovel and Bar, - 


5 


00 


2 Hay Forks, 2 Buckets, 


5 


00 


Sign, 


12 


00 


1 Jack, 


2 


00 


Wood, 


1 


50 


Chairs and Settees, ... 


30 


00 

$1,388 25 



MASSABESIC ENGINE HOUSE. 



House and Land on Chestnut St. 

A. C. Wallace Engine No. 7, - 

50 Badges, - 

IVise, .... 

10 Firemen's Caps, - 

2 Lengths Suction Hose, old, 

6 Belts and Spanners, - 



1,100 


00 


900 


00 


8 


00 


3 


00 


20 


00 


16 


00 


4 


50 



J, 051 50 



157 

ENGINEERS' OFFICE. 

6 Rubber Coats, - - - - 30 00 

7 Engineer's Hats, 39 00 
7 Badges, 7 00 



RECAPITULATION. 



Steamer Amoskeag, - 
Steamer Fire King, 
Steamer E. W. Harrington, 
Merrimack Engine No. 1, 
Torrent Engine No. 5, 
Pennacook Hose Co., 
Hook and Ladder, 
Massabesic House and Land, 
Badges, Caps, Hose, &c., 
A. C. Wallace Engine No. 7, 
Engineer's Office, - 



Total, - - - 31,525 22 



- 12,395 


97 


4,893 


75 


- 4,690 


00 


1,428 


50 


- 3,055 


50 


1,545 


75 


- 1,388 


25 


1,100 


00 


51 


50 


900 


00 


76 00 



$76 00 



158 

The Department has been called out during the pa 
year 23 times, to 17 fires and 6 false alarms. 

Jan., 1. June 3, 

Feb., 1. July 2. 

March 3. Aug., 2. 

April 3. Sept., 3. 

May 2. Nov., 2. 

In Dec, 1. 
The damage by fire the past year, with the exception of 
the fires at Col. Farmer's and on Wilson Hill, have been 
very slight. 



In December, a Committee, consisting of Fling, Foss 
and Young, was appointed to examine the condition of 
Stoves and Buildings where fires were kept. They report 
as follows : 

NO OF STOVES IN THE CITY PROPER. 

No. in good condition, 4973 

" bad condition. ------ 340 

Stationary Engines, 23 

Cooking Ranges, 123 

Wood Fire Boards, 14 

Coal Furnaces, 63 

Blacksmith Forges, 27 



159 



Location and condition of Reservoirs and other supplies of 
water, as reported by a Committee of the Board of En- 
gineers, May 29th, 1860. 



No. 


Location. 1 


Distance 1 

i Water. | 


Depth of 1 
Water. | 


Sand. 1 


Openings. 


Feed Gates. 


1 
o 


Elm Street, City Hall. 

51m St., near Smyth's Block. 


Ft. In.l 
8 

j N. 4 8 
j S. 4 8 


Ft. In.l 
5 5 

7 

7 


8 in. 

9 in. 


1 
2 


Cor. Hanover 
& Chest. Sts. 
Cone, squ're. 


3 


Grate near Elm St. House. 


1 


3 


None. 


1 


Feeds No. 2. 


4 
5 


Cor. Chestnut & Han'r Sts. 
Mitchell's on Manchester St. 


1 4 
j N. 8 8 

I S. 9 


1 

2 6 None. 

3 10 40 in. 
5 | 23 in.. 


1 

2 


Feeds No. 1. 


6 

7 


McQueston's, Merr'k St. 
Pine St. bet'n Man. & Mer'k. 


7 10 
4 10 


1 7 
5 11 


16 in. 
8 in. 


1 
1 


Han. & Pine 

streets. 


8 


June. Han'ver & Pine Sts. 


8 11 


4 2, 


8 in. 


2 




9 
10 


Gate, June. Han. & Pine. 
June. Pine & Central Sts. 


8 S 
IN. 7 

is. 7 


8 8 

6 

6 


16 in. 
8 in. 


1 


Feeds No. 6. 


11 


June. Concord & Pine Sts. 


8 10 


3 8 


10 in. 


1 




12 


Lowell St. at school house. 


8 


5 6 


16 in. 


1 




13 


Lowell St. near Nashua St. 


8 


4 1 


None. 


1 




14 


Amherst and Chestnut Sts. 


2 4 


6 4 


None. 


1 




15 


June. Amh't & Chestnut Sts. 


4 11 


1 7 


None. 


1 


Gate. 


16 
17 


Centre Tremont Square. 
Bridge, head of Birch St. 


6 2 

IN.6 4 
j S. 6 4 


5 3 

6 8 
6 8 


3 in. 

11 in. 


1 




18 


June. Orange & Chestnut St. 


6 5 


4 


20 in. 


1 




19 


Hanover St. (head), 


5 3 


3 3 


None. 


1 




20 


Steam Mill, Janesville. 


Level. 


1 6 




Good. 




21 


June. Laurel & Beech Sts. 


6 1 


5 8 


4 in. 


1 




22 


June. Amherst & Beech Sts. 


8 S 


1 9 


None. 


1 




23 


Junc.Chesn't & Harrison Sts. 


2 7 


5 4 


3 in. 


1 




24 


Bakersville. 


12 8 


3 8 


None. 


1 




25 
2€ 


'Sqtiog, Granite Street, near 

Gage & Spofford's. 
'Squog, cor. Walnut St. 


6 7 
3 4 


5 i 
5 2 


20 in. 
None. 


1 
1 




2" 

28 


'Squog, near Steam Mill 

Piscataquog river. 
'Squog, Granite St. 


7 9 


Good. 


None. 
3 in. 


1 




29 
30 


'Skeag, pent stock, near hat 

tins mill. 
'Squog, Amherst street, nea 

Bowman place. 


j N.1S 4 

I S. 13 4 


Good. 
G 5 

6 5 


None. 
None. 


Good. 





160 



EXPENSES OF THE FIRE DEPARTMENT 

FOR THE YEAR 1860. 

STEAM FIRE ENGINE AMOSKEAG. 

For Services, $420 38 

Supplies, 137 12 

Repairs, - - - - - 81 54 

$639 04 

STEAM FIRE ENGINE FIRE KING. 

For Services, $312 59 

Supplies, 213 19 

Repairs, 114 84 

$640 62 

STEAM FIRE ENGINE E. W. HARRINGTON. 

For Services, $119 52 

Supplies, 289 60 

Repairs, 90 99 

$500 11 

MERRIMACK ENGINE CO., NO. 1. 

For Services, $342 20 

Supplies, - - - . - 31 45 
Repairs, ----- 62 70 

$436 35 

NIAGARA ENGINE CO., NO. 2. 

For Services, $485 65 

Supplies, 24 93 

Repairs, 2 25 

$512 83 



161 



STARK ENGINE CO., NO. 3. 

For Services, $417 35 

Supplies, 27 29 

$444 64 

MASSABESIC ENGINE CO., NO. 4. 

For Services, $623 15 

Supplies, - - - - - 38 55 
Repairs, 80 43 

$742 13 

TORRENT ENGINE CO., NO. 5. 

For Services, $1,014 25 

Supplies, . - - - - 45 51 
Repairs, ----- 13 40 

$1,073 16 

MANCHESTER ENGINE CO., NO. 6. 

For Supplies, $9 93 

$9 93 

A. C. WALLACE ENGINE CO., NO. 7. 

For Services, $654 96 

Supplies, 70 46 

Repairs, 35 02 



$760 44 



PENNACOOK HOSE CO., NO. 1 



For Services, - - - - $557 70 

Supplies, 56 92 

Repairs, ----- 4 12 



118 74 



$332 


50 


225 


26 


80 


00 


39 


12 



$880 64 



162 

HOOK AND LADDER CO., NO. 1. 

For Services, $859 77 

Supplies, 20 87 



For Engineers' Services, 1859, - 
1860, 
Examination of Stoves, 1859, 
Care of Reservoirs, &c, 1859, 



A. C. HEATH, Chief Engineer. 
Assistant Engineers. 
D. W. FLING, ADPHEUS BRANCH, 

ISRAEL DOW, C. H. G. FOSS, 

J. C. YOUNG, B. S. FLANDERS. 

C. HEATH, Chairman, D. W. FLING, Clerk. 



163 
RECAPITULATION OF FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



By 


Balance Undrawn Jan. 1, 


1860, 


- 30 49 


« 


Appropriation, - 


- 


8,000 00 


a 


Errors in Bills paid, 




- 17 31 


a 


Balance to New Account, 


- 


2,269 64 

41' 10 317 Ml 




<JP 1U,'JJ » jK~*^* 




EXPENDITURES. 






Engine Company No. 1, 


- 


436 35 




Engine Company No. 2, 


- 


- 512 83 




Engine Company No. 3, 


- 


444 64 




Engine Company No. 4, 




- 742 13 




Engine Company No. 5, 


- 


1,073 16 




Engine Company No. 6, 




9 93 




Engine Company No. 7, 


- 


760 44 




Hose Company, - 


- 


- 618 74 




Hook and Ladder Co., 


- 


880 64 




Steamer No. 1, - 


- 


- 639 04 




Steamer No. 2, 


- 


640 62 




Steamer No. 3, - 


- 


- 500 11 




Miscellaneous, 


- 


3,058 81 

10,317 44 



164 

Recapitulation of the City Accounts. 



The following is the amount of Appropriations unexpend- 
ed January 1 , 1860 : 
Commons, -.------ 

City Hall and Stores, - 

City Farm, - 

Fire Department, ------ 

School Districts (eleven), ----- 

New Highways, ------ 

Reserved Fund, ------- 

City Officers, 

Incidental Expenses, ------ 

Sewers and Drains, - 

Militia, 

Highways and Bridges (13 districts), 
Reservoirs, ------- 

Lighting Streets, ------ 

City Library, ------- 

School District No. 2 $1,441.40, and No. 10 
$180.35, building account, - - - - 

City Team, ------- 

Granite Bridge, ------- 

Amoskeag Falls Bridge, - 



The following Appropriations were made for 1860 : 
State Tax, $5,348.00, County Tax, $10,120.18, 
City Farm and Paupers, - - - - - 

Highways and Bridges (13 districts), - 

New Highways, ------ 

Schools (11 districts), - - - - - 

Commons, $400.00 : Sewers and Drains $1,000.00, 
Fire Department, ------ 

Lighting Streets, ------ 

Militia, $100.00; City Police, $4,000.00, 

City Officers, -------- 

Printing and Stationery, - 

Incidental Expenses, ------ 

Interest, ------- 

City Library, ------- 

City Team, ------- 

Amoskeag Falls Bridge, ----- 

Granite Bridge, ------ 

Reserved Fund, -.-_-- 

Pine Grove Cemetery, - - - - - 

Watering Streets, ------ 

Paving Streets, ------ 

Steam Fire Engine, ------ 

Raised by Tax for School Houses, 
Temporary Loan, for cash borrowed, 



$22 02 


4,063 85 


1,707 95 


30 49 


1,647 92 


493 79 


128 34 


666 37 


157 87 


30 28 


78 36 


983 08 


109 00 


618 04 


3 54 


1,621 75 


366 87 


19 33 


36 71 


12,785 56 


15,468 18 


2,600 00 


6,175 00 


1,000 00 


17,000 00 


1,400 00 


8,000 00 


1,500 00 


4,100 00 


5,000 00 


800 00 


3,300 00 


9,000 00 


2,200 00 


300 00 


100 00 


300 00 


7,456 82 


100 00 


200 00 


2,000 00 


3,000 00 


4,783 90 


9.000 00 


$104,783 99 



165 

Expenditures. 

The following amounts were overdrawn January 1, 1860 
Valley Cemetery, ------ 

Pine Grove Cemetery, ----- 

County Paupers, ------ 

Paupers off the Farm, - 

School District No 0, - 

City Police, ------- 

Printing and Stationery, - - - - - 

Interest, ------- 

Abatement of Taxes, ------ 

The following sums have been expended during the year 1800 : 
County Paupers, ------ 

Paupers off the Farm, - 

City Farm, $1,690.28 ; City Team, $2,027.17, 

Highways and Bridges (13 districts), - 

New Highways, - 

Granite Bridge, ------ 

Amoskeag Falls Bridge, - 

School Districts (eleven), - 

School District No. 2, building account, - 

School District No. 10, " li 

SchoolDistrictNo.il, " " 

Commons, ------- 

Sewers and Drains, - 

Fire Department, - 

Lighting Streets, ------ 

Militia, 

Reservoirs, ------- 

City Police, - - - 

City Mall and Stores, - 

City Officers, ---_._ 

Printing and Stationery, - 

Interest, ------- 

Library, ------- 

State Tax, $5,348.00; County Tax, $10,120.18, 
Incidental Expenses, --..-. 
Pine Grove Cemetery, - 

Watering Streets, _-.--. 
Paving Streets, ------ 

Steam Fire Engine, ------ 

Valley Cemetery -.---- 

Temporary Loan, ------ 

Discount on Taxes, - 

Abatement of Taxes, ----- 



$29 23 


305 87 


542 73 


718 17 


8 65 


697 56 


61 19 


864 54 


1,118 40 


4,346 34 
lRfiO • 


2,327 99 


1,091 08 


3,717 45 


7,475 48 


2,317 50 


488 07 


102 17 


18,739 27 


3,590 04 


1,441 40 


500 00 


423 44 


2,128 37 


9,561 70 


1,788 89 


173 50 


482 74 


7 489 23 


1,306 89 


5,327 83 


998 69 


8,434 01 


2,138 96 


15,468 18 


6,117 06 


373 99 


200 00 


2,P ! 77 


3,000 00 


7 51 


4,000 00 


253 53 


630 51 


$114,196 25 



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Dr. 



City of Manchester, January 1, 1860, to December 



To Cash Paid to Treasurer as follows : 

Temporary Loan, ------- 

H. R. Chamberlin, Collector for 1860, 

John L. Kelly, " 1859, - 

John L. Kelly, " 1858, 

Railroad Tax, --_.--. 

Literary Fund, ------- 

County of Hillsborough on account of Paupers, 
Rent of City Hall and Stores, - - - - 

Police Court, for Cost and Fines, - 

City Farm, for Stock and Produce, - 

City Team, for Labor, ------ 

Paupers from other towns, - - - • - 
Circus Licenses, ------ 

Dog Licenses, ------- 

License for entering Sewers and Drains, 

Peter Edwards, for Wood, - 

E. W. Harrington, first payment for Potter's Field, 

Oilman H. Kimball, for Horse, - - - - 

City Hay Scale.-?, Fees for Weighing, - 
Aqueduct Water, ------ 

Luther Campbell, for Harness, - 

William Ingham, Grass, ----- 

H. R. Chamberlin, Interest on Taxes, - 

S. S. Lewis, Error in Bill refunded, - - - 

Goodale & Farnsworth, do. - 

Joseph Bell, Note, ------ 

Daniel Allen, for Grass, - 

John Davis, Jr., " 

G. W. Glines, " 

Joseph Knowlton, Produce from City Farm, 

Charles Bartlett, Error in Bill, and for Lumber, 

J. B. Clark, 

0. Barton, " " 

G.B.Fogg, « «..,.- 

Joseph Knowlton, for Loam, - 

H. 0. Dudley, Stone, 

Daniels, Forsaith & Co., Error in Bill, - 
James 0. Adams, Incidental account, 



9,000 00 

78,985 54 

14,307 80 

300 01 

2,547 23 

1,097 10 

2,119 85 

2,036 25 

1,826 24 

202 00 

732 63 

158 01 

180 00 

144 00 

152 10 

392 69 

250 00 

100 00 

122 99 

82 00 

50 00 

10 00 

18 65 

25 00 

41 50 

82 77 

4 00 

3 00 

4 00 

8 64 

9 50 
2 00 



5 25 

7 92 
4 37 
1 25 

75 
40 91 



$115,055 95 



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31, 1800. Contra. Ck. 



By Paid the following Bills and Accounts : 






County Paupers, - 


- 


. 


- 


2,327 99 


Paupers off the Farm, 


- 


. 


- 


1,091 08 


City Farm, 1,690.28; C 


ity' 


ream, 2,027 17, 


- 


3,717 45 


Highway Districts . 










No. 1, 441 45 No 


• 6, 


151 07 No. 11, 


589 00 




2, 3,533 29 


7, 


130 41 12, 


198 95 




3, 372 23 


8, 


175 50 13, 


152 87 




4, 87 25 

5, 592 24 


9, 
10, 


238 33 
806 29 






940 82 




5,020 40 


1,508 20 


7,475 48 


New Highway, 


- 


- 


- 


2,317 50 


School Districts : 










No. 1, 215 00 No 


• 5, 


275 00 No. 9, 


222 01 




2, 14,031 21 


6, 


210 35 10, 


1200 00 




3, 405 00 


7, 


334 10 11, 


010 00 




4, 395 00 


8, 


235 00 







15,040' 21 1,000 45 2,032 61 18.7J9 27 

School District No. 2, Building Account, - - 3,590 04 

10, " " - - 1,441 40 

" " 11, " " - - 500 00 

Commons, ------- 423 44 

Sewers and Drains, 2,128 37 

Fire Department, ------ 9,501 70 

Lighting Streets, - 1,788 89 

Militia, 173 50 

City Police, 7,489.23 ; City Officers, 5,327 83, - 12,817 06 

Printing and Stationery, ----- 998 69 

Incidental Expenses, 1 -_-_._ 6,117 00 

Interest, $1,594.01, Coupons, $6,840 00. - - 8.434 01 

City Library, 2,138 96 

Amoskeag Falls Bridge, ----- 102 17 

Granite Bridge, - 488 07 

Pine Grove Cemetery, - 373 99 

Watering Streets, 200 00 

Paving Elm Street, 2,K'0 77 

Steam Fire Engine, 3,000 00 

State Tax, 5,348.00 ; County Tax, 10,120.18, 15,468 18 

City Hall and Stores, 1,306 89 

Valley Cemetery 7.51 ; Reservoir 482.74, - - 490 25 

Discount on Taxes, ------ 253 53 

Temporary Loan, 4,000 00 

Abatement of Taxes, ------ 630 51 

Balance, ------- 859 70 

$115,055 95 



CITY ORGANIZATION. 

1861. 



MAYOR, 

DAYID A. BTJNTON. 



Ward 1, Geokge C. Gilmore, 
" 2, J. A. Tebbetts, 
" 3, Heney C. Merrill, 
" 4, James M. Bean, 



ALDERMEN, 

Ward 5, John Coughlin, 
" 6, Elbridge G. Haynes, 
" 7, JohnC. SMiTn, 
" 8, Thomas S. Montgomery. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 



Ward 1, Henry A. Campbell, 

Elbridge G. Woodman, 
Jeremiah O. Pulsifer. 

Ward 2, George T. Cram, 
Josiah Hackett, 
Charles W. Clement. 

Ward 3, John H. Goodale, 
Albion Barker, 
Ephraim S. Peabody. 

Ward 4, Seth Milliken, 
Eben French, 



Ward 5, Hugh Burns, 

Daniel Conner, 
John Gillis. 

Ward 6, Ezra Kimball, 

Benjamin C. Kendall, 
Charles W. Adams. 

Ward 7, Daniel Mack, 
John H. Rand, 
Elbridge Hartshorn. 

Ward 8, Dennis Cassidy, 

Edwin R. Warren, 
William Todd. 



William S. Palmer. 
JOSEPH KNOWLTON, City Clerk. 
SIMEON D. FARNSWORTH, Clerk of Common Council. 
LEMUEL H. JAMES, City Messenger. 



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ASSESSORS OF TAXES. 



Ward 1, George F. Judkins. 
" 2, George S. Neal. 
•• 3, Daniel W. Fling. 
" 4, John N. Brown. 



Ward 5, Daniel Hall. 

" 6, Jona. Y. McQueston. 

" 7, William B. Patten. 

" 8, Joseph Melvin. 



OVERSEERS OF POOR. 
Ward 1, Samuel S. Moulton. Ward 5, Patrick Shehan. 
" 2, George 0. Clark. " 6, Jeremiah Abbott. 

" 3, Nahum Baldwin. " 7, Hanson Tasker. 

" 4, Wm. H. H. Crawford. " 8, Hiram Stearns. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 
JxiMES 0. ADAMS, Superintendent Public Instruction. 
Ward 1, John Hosley. Ward 5, John Coughlin. 

" 2, Waterman Smith. " C, James 0. Adams. 

" 3, James B. Straw. " 7, Samuel Webber. 

" 4, Hiram Hill. " 8, Daniel Farmer, Jr. 



JOINT STANDING COMMIT 1EES. 

On Finance — The Mayor and Alderman Tebbetts ; Messrs. Milliken, 
Goodale and Rand. 

On Accounts — Aldermen Gilmore and Merrill ; Messrs. Peabody, 
Kimball and Pulsifer. 

On Lands and Buildings — Aldermen Tebbetts and Coughlin ; 
Messrs. Barker, Campbell and Mack. 

On Public Instruction — Aldermen Montgomery and Tebbetts ; 
Messrs. Mack, Adams and Hackett. 

On Streets — Aldermen Merrill and Haynes ; Messrs. French, Mil- 
liken and Hartshorn. 

On Seivcrs and Drains — Aldermen Smith and Bean ; Messrs. 
Palmer, Kendall and Gillis. 

On Commons and Cemetery . — Aldermen Haynes and Merrill ; 
Messrs. Goodale, Clement and Todd. 



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On Fire Department — Alderman Bean and Smith ; Messrs. Kendall, 
Woodman and Cram. 

On Claims — Aldermen Montgomery and Gilmore ; Messrs. Adams, 
Woodman and Burns. 

On House of Correction — Aldermen Coughlin and Montgomery ; 
Messrs. Cassidy, Hartshorn and Palmer. 

On City Farm — The Mayor and Alderman Smith ; Messrs. French, 
Barker and Cassidy. 

Joint Special Committee on City Hall — Aldermen Tebbetts and 
Merrill; Messrs. Cram, Conner and Barker. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. 

On Licenses — Aldermen Bean and Haynes. 

On Enrollments — Aldermen Gilmore and Coughlin. 

On Elections — Aldermen Merrill and Smith. 

On Lighting Streets — Aldermen Tebbetts and Bean. 

On Bills in Second Reading — Aldermen Montgomery and Haynes 

On Market — Aldermen Smith and Gilmore. 

On Setting Trees — Aldermen Coughlin and Bean. 

On Abatement of Taxes — Aldermen Haynes and Coughlin. 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE COMMON COUNCIL. 

On Elections and Returns — Messrs. Hackett, Todd and Campbell. 
On Bills in Second Reading— Messrs. Pulsifcr, Warren and Rand. 
On Enrollments — Messrs. Kimball, French and Clement. 



MODERATORS. 

Ward 1, Jesse F. Angell, Ward 5, John Smith, 

" 2, William Reynolds, " 6. Isaac Huse, 

" 3, Theodore T. beott, " 7. Daniel Balch, 

" 4, George Holerok, " 8, T. 5.* Montgomery, 



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Ward 1, John Hosley, 

Charles W. Colby, 
John M. Caswell, 

Ward 2, Isaac H. Russell, 
Robert Heath, 
John U. Farnham, 

Ward 3, Joseph H. Hatnes, 
William Flanders, 
Alonzo P. Gilson, 

Ward 4, Joseph L. Smith, 
Isaac. D Palmer, 
Andrew J. Butterfield, 



SELECTMEN. 
Ward 5, 



Michael Gillis, 
Thomas How, 
Jeremiah PIayes, 

Ward 6, Isaac Whittemore, 
Benj. F. Mitchell, 
Robert Hall, 

Ward 7, James W. Preston, 
Hezekiah H. No yes, 
John Patterson, 

Ward 8, Daniel Farmer, Jr., 
Damon Y. Stearns, 
Edward Field. 



WARD CLERKS. 
Ward 1, James S. Gilmore, Ward 5, Cornelius Healey, Jr., 
" 2, John T. Robinson, " 6, James P. Nute, 

" 3, Jeremiah D. Lyford, " 7, Daniel K. Mack, 
" 4, Orren C. Moore, " 8, Cyrus Gile. 



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POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

SAMUEL UPTON, Justice of Police Court. 
A. B. SHATTUCK, Assistant Justice. 

WILLIAM B. PATTEN, City Marshal. 
BENJAMIN C. HAYNES, Assistant Marshal. 

CONSTABLES. 

Eben Carr, Lemuel H. James, Brooks Shattuck 

Henry Bennett, Stephen Palmer, Henry B. Moulton. 

NIGHT WATCH AND POLICE. 

Eben Carr, Uriah H. Fobs, David Alden, 

Henry Bennett, Henry Clough, Edward P. Whidden, 

Harmon S. Burns. 

POLICE OFFICERS. 
Joseph Carr, James E. Bailey, Jesse F. Angell, 

George F. Judkins, Stephen Palmer, Daniel R. Prescott, 

A. J. Ladd, Gilbert G. Gordon, George W Hancock, 

Nathaniel Baker, 2d, Henry H. Fuller, Alfred G. Fairbanks, 
James Perry, John K. Piper, Thomas L. Quimby, 

Luther A. Wood, James Patten, Lemuel H. James, 

Charles M. Stevens, Theodore L. Hastings. 

SPECIAL POLICE. 
Edward Prime, Leonard Sanborn, Joseph Carr, 

Thomas R. Northrop, Ira S. Abbott, Josiah Hackett, 

Benjamin F. Mitchell. 

HEALTH OFFICERS. 
Warrbn L. Lank, Charles W. Adams, William B. Patten.