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ANNUAL REPORTS



. . OF THE . .



Town . of . Derry



FOR THE YEAR ENDING



FEBRUARY 15,1897.



University of New Hampshife
Library



ANNUAL REPORTS



SELECTMEN, TREASURER,

SCHOOL BOARD,

BOARD OF HEALTH, TOWN CLERK, LIBRARIAN AND
TREASURER OF TAYLOR LIBRARY





H




FOR The Year Ending Feb. 15th, 1897-



DERRY, N. H. :

CHARLES BARTLETT,

PRINTER,

1897.



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TOWN WARRANT.



[Z. ^.] STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE.

To the inha/nfants of the Town of Derry qualified to vote in town
affairs :

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town House in said
town on the second Tuesday of March next, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, to act upon the following subjects :

Article I. To choose all necessary town ofificers for the year
ensuing.

Article H. To vote to raise and appropriate such sums of
money as may be necessary for the support of schools, for
the maintenance of the poor, for the laying out and repairing
of highways, and building and repairnig bridges, and for oth-
er necessary charges arising in said town.

Article HI. To see what action the town will take relative to
■ renewing their contract with the Derry Electric Light Com-
pany for lighting the streets in said town.

Article IV. To see if the town will vote to locate a hydrant
on Oak street, between the residence of Frank J. Morse and
the new school house.

Article V. To see if the town will vote to contract with the
Derry Water Works Co. to move the northerly hydrant on
Maple street about 300 feet northerly to a point near land of
the Derryfield Building Association on said street.



Article VI. To see if the town will vote to locate a hydrant
near the house of Fanny Carlton.

Article VII. To see what sum of money the town will vote to
raise and appropriate to the purchase of books for the Taylor
library.

Article VIII, To see what sum of money the town will vote to
raise and appoint for the use of Upton Post No. 45, De.
partment of New Hampshire, Grand Army of the Republic,
to defray the expenses of Memorial day.

Article IX. To hear the reports of agents, auditors, or com-
mittees heretofore chosen, and to pass any vote relating
thereto.

Article X. To see what sum the town will vote to raise and
appropriate for Independence day.

Given under our hands and seal at said Derry this twentieth
day of February A. D. 1897.

ARTHUR B. WILLIAMS, ) Selectmen
JOHN P. HARDY, \ of

HENRY W. BAGLEV, ) Derry.

A true copy. Attest —

ARTHUR B. WILLIAMS, ) Selectmen
JOHN P. HARDY, C of

HENRY W. BAGLEY, ) Derry.



SELECTMEN'S REPORT.



Resident, state, county, school and high-



way taxes



. $17,068 98



I^on-resident, state, county, school and

highway taxes,
JResident, special school house and extra

school' money, (town district)
Non-resident special school house and ex-
tra school money, (town district)
Resident special school house and extra

school money (No. 2 district)
Non-resident special school house and

extra school money (No. 2

district)
Resident Derry Depot fire tax
Non resident Derry Depot iire tax
Resident Derry Village fire tax
Non-resident Derry Village fire tax
Resident extra school tax (town district)
Non-resident extra school tax (town

district)
Resident extra school tax (No. 2 dist.)
Non-resident extra school tax (No. 2

district)



1,036 77

3>454 08

252 4^

77 95





36


415


77


2


82


154


05




73


) 520


04


47


34


) iM


59


2


85





— $23,146 78



No. of polls, 642

Value real estate

Stock in trade

Stocks in corporations o'lt of state

Aqueducts

Stock in banks in state

Money on hand

28 carriages

547 horses

28 oxen

10 sheep

8 hogs

2 neat stock

738 cows



64,200 00

898,771 00

48,520 00

18,000 00

53,650 00

21,570 00

1,000 00

2,710 00

22,280 00

1,084 o<^

32 00

80 00

42 00

13,996 00

$i,i45,935_oo



DISBURSEMENTS.



STATE AND COUNTY TAX.

Charles Bartlett, treasurer, county tax . $2,841 60
Charles Bartlett, treasurer, state tax . 2,695



ELECTRIC LIGHTS.



F. J. Shepard, treasurer
J. B. Bartlett, manager



S993 50
993 50



WATER WORKS.
F. y. Shepard, treasurer . . $1,100 00

F. J. Shepard, treasurer . . 1,100 00



$5,536 60



)7 00



$2,200 00



7
MEMORIAL DAY APPROPRIATION.

IJ. M. Tilton, Commander . . $75 00



DERRY DEPOT FIRE.
Lewis W. Bly, treasurer . . $400 00



DERRY VILLAGE FIRE.
D. A. Ring, treasurer . . ;^ 150 00



^75 00



LOO 00



$150 00



BOUNTY ON HAWKS.

S. W. Bampton, 3 hawks . . ^75

Fred Clark, i hawk . . 25

Henry W. Bagley, 7 hawks . . i 75



'2 75



OLD SCHOOL HOUSE APPROPRIATION.
J. B. Bartlett, treasurer , . $1,000 00



^1,000 00



NEW SCHOOL HOUSE APPROPRIATION.

J. B. Bartlett, treasurer . . ^2,000 00

— $2,000 00

BOYD CASE.

Geo. I. McAllister, attorney for Ella A.

Boyd, expenses in Boyd case . $3,460 57
F. T. E. Richardson, services . 5 37

F. B. Perkins, professional attendance . 20 00

J. S. H. Frink, services . . 125 00

$3,610 94



SCHOOLS.




TOWN DISTRICT.




J. B, Bartlett, treasurer


^4,366 14




*'4j3oo 14


DISTRICT NO. 2.




L. B. Hardy, treasurer


$647 61




$647 61



TAYLOR LIBRARY.

E. T. Parker, covering paper . 4 50
Adeline A. Reynolds, librarian . 75 00

F. C. Saure, services and expenses as

trustee . . . 3 46

E. T. Parker, supplies . . ^33

^84 29

Derry, N. H., Feb. 15, 1897.
E. T. PARKER, TREASURER.

In account with Taylor Library.
Dr.
1896.
Feb. 15, balance in treasury . $21 89

July 6, to cash from town treasurer . 88 52

1897.
Feb. 13, to cash from librarian . 12 32



'122 73



CREDIT.
1896.

May 31, paid for Book of Nutfield . $10 00

July 6, paid Little, Brown & Co., for

books . . 74 5 7

July 7, paid the Boston Book Co., for

books and binding . 13 95



Sept. 1 8, paid for 2 vols. Century Maga-
zines and express
Cash on hand

NOWELL FUND.
J. C. Sanders, work in cemetery



CEMETERY ACCOUNT.
Geo. VV. Bachelder, burying 10 bodies ;^20 00

" " " 4 entombments . 2 00

" " " burying 7 bodies 14 00



I


99


22


22


^20


00





SNOWPATHS.




John L. Bartlett . . . $7 50


C. E. Willey






2 78


J. G. Hubbard






I 00


Francis L. Kimball






I 05


C. H. Jackman






I 50


R. W. E. Merrifield






12 50


John S. Floyd






I 20


John S. Floyd






45


C. A. Swett .




/


I 50


W. F. Brown






II 25


Frank Mosher






I 20


Wm. L. S. Tabor






2.35


W. C. Floyd






75


H. H. Clough






23 41


Arthur C. Cary






3 37


Arthur C. Cary






I 34


Adam Strobel






4 80


M. W. Noble






I 88


E. L. Reynolds






3 45



>I22 73



$20 00



^36 00



F. W. Reynolds
C. L. Stevens
W. B. Hervey
Arthur Senter
F. E. Wells .

A. G. W. Emerson
Eddie Strobel

B. C. Green
H. S. Rowe .
S. M. Noyes
N. G. Head
John L. Bartlett
JosepTi Worthington
Fred W. Reynolds
Alexander Reed
John M. Whidden

vFred H. Bachelder
Michael Cullen
AV. H. Thwing

C. H. Day .
Ezra E. Rogers
Henry S. Wheeler
R. W. E. Merrifield
William Andrewski
C. C. Damren

A. C. Bodwell
Peter Bushway
Chas. Weeks
Millard Miltimore
J. B. Morse .
Charles Clement
J. N. Hunt .
H. A. Hill .



75


3 52


3 75


I 05


9 15


2 03


3 75


3 75


• 56 84


9 39


16 25


2 32


6 00


75


• 8 75


3 75


9 85


4 20


• '8 25


3 00


II 40


• I 65


5 50


9 60


12 00


I 60


5 10


19 80


10 60


45


I 05


2 10


■ 3 65



J. D. S. Pingree






4 40


H. 0. Hill .






4 35


O. S. Bartlett






4 64


James Rogers






19 88


0. B. George






2 40


Fred Williams






I 95


John L. Bartlett






7 73


Joseph H. Worthington






60


Francis P. Clark






2 06


Francis P. Clark






3 80


C. E. Rand .






75


Andrew Sheldon






75


Charles Taylor






75


Cal. Hodgdon






2 25


Frank Wilson






12 60


C. L. Noyes






II 50


Peter Bushway






5 10


Peter Bushway






5 87


C. A. Colby






6 00



— $422 26



ROAD COMMISSIONERS' ITEMIZED REPORT,



H. S


ROWE.




H. S. Rowe




^251 35


B. F. Wilson . - .




63 30


Chas. Parker




39 65


VV. P. Home




34 80


J R. Clark




6 20


E. E. Fay




9 00


John Duffy




45 00


Frank Laws




9 00


Frank Mosher




7 20


Silas Lincoln




12 60



Nelson Chaplin


9 oo


American Express Co.,


30


Annis Grain and Lumber Co.,


3 43


F. C. Parian


28 00


Lewis Corliss


38 35


Michael Owens


45 45


Phcnix Gagnon


36 15


C. A. Norton


58 60


Michael Kelley


34 85


Frank Legassie


3 75


J. E. Webster


18 00


Geo. E. Seavey


99


F. L. Bray


2 02


Lyman Stearns . . •


16 70


C. A. Colby


12 00


Myron Richardson


18 00


A. H. Lowe


2 25


Joseph Owens


13 05


Leslie Williams


18 00


John Rowel 1 . .


26 25


John Sullivan


17 55


C. H. Mc Alpine


50 00


J. H. Miltimore


5 62


Fred Prevert


8 25


Herman Woodward


3 00


Daniel F. Perkins


3 50


M. F. Miltimore


6 93


Lewis Morin


40 50


Daniel Owens , " .


3 00


C. C. Morse


45


Geo. Tyler & Co., .


12 60


Joseph Hemphill


50


W. F. Brown


I 90



1,017 °4



13



HENRY M. KEHOE



Henry M. Kehoe
Roy Hall
I. A. Butterfield
Joseph Fortier
A. A. Hamblett
Geo. Ryan
W. E. Dearborn
Geo. Peabody
Frank Mosher
John Shannon
Joseph Downes
Charles Taylor
Michael Owens
Robt. Chase
Lewis Murin and man
Fred S. Pillsbury

A. B. Williams
J. A. Frost
William Andrewski
Charles B. Allen
Peter Bushway
John E. Webster
George Webster ,
Charles Perkins
Frank Shattuck
Joseph Worthington
Fred Strobel
Dexter Ring
Fred Bachelder
William Jones
Forsaith Machine Co.

B. F. Wilson



^359


07


9


00


3


60


12


00


3


15


13


50


6


00


4


50


9


00


50


92


97


20


49


29


4


50


I


35


12


75


I


92


2


05




90


I


50


9


00


55


00


28


00


6


75


41


70


25


95


8


00


I


50


4


12


8


00


13


20


7


00


17


53



M



William Noble






3 22


John Lowe






I 50


Cal. Hodgdon






I 50


Charles Weeks






7 50


William Bachelder






20 50


John Sanders






2 50


Ernest Reynolds






I 50


Horace Smith






14 65


Charles Emery






3 30


Charles Day






13 50


D. G. Bod well






9 55


B. F. Kincaid






3 58


JOHN N. HUNT.




O. S. Bartlett . . . . 9 75


D. Griffin






7 50


C. M. Tilton






33 91


B. C. Green






9 01


A. H. Reed






22 95


J. M. Whitten






23 25


E. Senter






27 75


A. L. Senter






27 25


J. D. S. Pingree






157 00


J. N. Hunt






361 40


J. B. Varick & Co.,






6 50


F. S. Pillsbury






T5 38


E. H. Currier






9 50


A. B. Williams






I 34


William Canty






I 20


I. A. Butterfield






12 75


J. F. Baker






9 50


James Shirley






9 60


J. B. Morse






3 00



;o 75



15



H. W. Spollett






53


C. L. Beals






3 95


C. C. Damren






7 50


B. F. Huston






4 50


E. H. Butler






19 50


W. G. Boyd






13 73


E. Reynolds






6 00


F. W Reynolds






7 5Q


A. J. Spollett






30


William Benson






3 00


W. C. Floyd






47 25


Charles Clement






J 28


H. F. Lord






31 50


M. I. Hill






25 25


Cross & Tolles






4 35


H. A. Bradford






I 40


F. H. Bachelder




-


4 00


M. H. Cullen






8 00


E. T. Parker






32


A. A. Pressey






3 90


G. W. Dickey






4 00


H. A. Jor. ,.






3 54


Bailey & Dustin






3 90


H. N. Smith






I 25


J. G. McMurphy






I 50


Moses Kimball






80


F. W. Winn






I 95


William W. Andersor


1




20 76



NEW HIGHWAY, 1895.
E. S. (kaves, labor .



$2 70



i6



MISCELLANEOUS.
F. I. Drowne, labor on Reports, 1896
E. Nv Whitney, stationery, stamps and books
S. N. Noyes, watering place
W. W. Poor, supplies for police court

E. A. Osborne, lake and brook trout
Horace N. Smith, repairs on Dr. Sanders' buggy 225
C. H. McAlpine, concreting
Lewis Morin, laying curbstones
John Linton, work on sidewalk
H. W. Bagley, trustee, use of room
Charles Bartlett, printing Reports, etc. .
C. L. Reals, watering place, 1895 ^'^'^ 1S96
Fred L Drowne labor, copying

F. B. Perkins, returns births and deaths, 1895
T. J. Sawyer, use of teams
C. H. McAlpine, labor, concreting
Mrs. A. J. Chase, watering place
W. H. Bachelder, delivering notices
W. H. Bachelder, delivering trout and fry
Henry W. Bagley, delivering brown flannel
F. B. Perkins, returning births and deaths
H. S. Baketel, returning births and deaths
F. W. Winn, repairs on road machine
Frank Stone, services Geo. Fitzgerald case
Ira H Adams, returning births and deaths
W. R. Sanders, returning births and deaths
C. A. Norton, dinners for police, 1895
E. T. Parker, recording births and deaths
Edward L. Jones, collector taxes, on Michael

J. Kelly's place, 1894
Francis P. Clark, watering place
Alexis Proctor, rent of hall for police

court for one year . . 50 00



9


00


2


04


3


00


19


75


4


25


' 2


25


75


00


20


25


4


50


5


00


97


75


6


00


21


50


6


50


3


00


14


00


3


00


6


00


4


00


10


00


6


24


2


25


5


95


9


96


5


00


I


25


I


50


20


40


13


00


3


CO



17

C. A. Norton, fees in Abbott and Shep-

ard case . .

G. H.Beckley, returning births and deaths
Geo. I. Choate, stamps and envelopes for

town
Geo. I. Choate, superintending repairs at

old school house
C. A. Colby, for plank bought in 1894

TOWN POOR.

E. H. Sanders, board Mrs. Mary A. Davis

E. H. Sanders, ''

E. M. Robie, supplies for John Jackson

E. H. Sanders, board Mary A. Davis

E. H. Sanders, "

Sarah A. Stevens, care John Jackson
family

Geo. W. Critchett, care John Jackson

E. H. Sanders, board Mary A. Davis

E. H. Sanders, burial Mary A. Davis

Mrs. L. C. Stevens, wood for John Jackson

Mrs. Harrietta Coombs, care Mrs. John
Jackson

Arthur J. Spollett, rent for Jennie Evans

Arthur J. Spollett, supplies for John Jack-
son family

Sarah A. Stevens, care Jackson family

Mrs. L. L. Moore, care of Cyrus Swett .

S. H. Bell, supplies for Cyrus Swett

Arthur B. Williams, supplies for Cyrus

Swett . . . 3 40

(i. H. Beckley, medical attendance on

Cyrus Swett . . 15 00



53


74


2


50


20


00


24


75


4


25


^10


36


1 1


08


24


16


10


72


11


08


9


75


29


00


12


88


16


00


9


50


10


40


48


00


3^


60


17


50


5


50


2


50



>543 59



^285 43



i8



TRANSIENT POOR.

E. N. Whitney, aid transient poor
Geo. W. Bachelder, lodging 156 tramps .

F. W. Putney, keeping tramps, 1895
Geo. W. Bachelder, lodging 42 tramps .
J. F. Fletcher, ticekets for transient poor



$2


36


54


60





00


14


70


2


16



$^e 82



DEPENDENT SOLDIERS, COUNTY.

Arthur B. Williams, supplies for T. K.

Allen . . . $3 16



DEPENDENT SOLDIERS, TOWN.
Mrs. John H. Durgin, aid . . |i5 00

E.T. Parker, supplies for Mrs. John Durgin 5 00

C. F. Roberts, aid . . .24 00

Geo. F. Priest, coal for Mrs. John Durgin i 90



COUNTY POOR.
C. H. Green, wood for Geo H. Nichols
Sarah E. Kimball, aid for self
John E. Webster, moving Mrs. Bodette,

Oct. 1895 .
Emma Griffin, care Mrs. Chas. Crosby
E. A. Hamblett, wood for Mrs. Geo. I

King
Arthur B. Williams, supplies for Mrs

Geo. I, King
W. R. Sanders, professional services, Mrs

Geo. I. King
Sybrina M. Metcalf, board John Holmes
Sarah E. Kimball, aid for self



^4


00


12


00


4


00


2


50





50


13


50


3


00


20


00


10


00



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^35 90



II


55


9


38


24


00


TO


00


lO


00


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19

G. B. Smith, supplies for Chas. Smart
G. B. Smith, suppHes for Chas. Tewksbury
Geo. B. Smith, suppUes for M. Proven-

cher
Sarah E. Kimball, aid for self
Sarah E. Kimball, aid for self
Sybrina M. Metcalf, board John Holmes
Sarah E. Kimball, aid for self .
A. B. Williams, supplies for Mrs. George

I. King . . . 24 00

F. B. Perkins, professional services, Mrs.

Chas. Crosby . . 12 00

F. B. Perkins, professional services, Jose-
phine Collins . . 15 00
F. B. Perkins, professional services, John

Holmes
E. T. Parker, supplies for Geo. A. Nichols
Sarah E. Kimball, aid for self .
Sybrina M. Metcalf, board John Holmes .
A. B. Williams, supplies, Mrs. George I.

King
A. B. Williams, supplies for Chas. Crosby
A. B. Williams, supplies for Chas. Smart
Sarah E. Kimball, aid for self .
Geo. F. Priest, coal delivered to Charles

Crosby
Geo. F. Priest, coal delivered to Charles

Tewksbury
Geo. F. Priest, coal delivered to Charles

Tewksbury
Sarah E. Kimball, aid for self .
Ira H. Adams, attendance on Mrs. Nichols



4


50


5


00


10


00


38


00


9


00


9


15


3


86


12


00


5


40


3


55


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75


14


00


33


25



F. P. Bradford, wood delivered to Mrs

Geo. I. King
Annis Grain and Lumber. Co., goods de

delivered to Wm. Johnson
Josephine Marsh, care Mrs. Nichols
Mrs. Joseph Eaton, care Crosby baby
Sarah E. Kimball, aid for self .
F. B. Perkins, medical attendance, Mrs

W. L. Johnson,
A. B. Williams, supplies for Mrs. Geo. I

King

A. B. Williams, supplies for Mrs. Nichols
Geo. W. Beckley, medical attendance on

tramp at Warren Bond's
J. D. S. Filigree, wood for Mrs. Geo. I.

King
W. R. Sanders, professional services for

Mrs. Geo. I. King
H. S. Baketel, professional services for

Wm. Johnson
Sarah E. Kimball, aid for self .
Arthur B. Williams, supplies for Mrs. Geo.

I. King .
F. N. Young, supplies for Chas. Crosby .

B. R. Ferren & Co., supplies for Chas.

Tewksbury



4 oo

3 49
13 75
40 50
12 00

25 00

27 25
18 66



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5


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5


00


10


00


9


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^543 92



HIGHWAYS.
Henry M. Kehoe, road commissioner
H. S. Rovve, road commissioner
John N. Hunt, road commissioner
James Reed, labor, 1895
Chas. H. Clement, labor
E. P. Clark, labor, 1895
O. S. Bartlett. labor -
Walter D. Stevens, labor
Frank P. Bradford,



TOWN HOUSE
John N. Hunt, wood
Geo. W. Bachelder, janitor
Geo. W. Bachelder, janitor
F. P. Bradford, wood
C. A. Norton, insurance
E. T. Parker, supplies
W. H. Bachelder, wood



^950 75

1,017 04

980 00

7 50
I 00

3 47

6 07

13 00

5 75



18


00


12


50


12


50


8


44


15


00


7


69


4


00



$2,984 58



168 13



DOG LICENSES.
Milton I. Hill, killing i dog
W. H. Bachelder, services as dog ofificer
Joseph Hemphill, 2 sheep killed by dogs



SUMMARY



Received from town
Sum expended



$1


00


18


00


6


•00


^330


90


25


00



'■5 00



Balance



$305 90



BROWN FUND.



Henry Kehoe,


pic


king small stones


$5 25


John N. Hunt,




a a ' a


5 37


O. S. Bartlett,




ii a cc


75


H. S. Rowe,




a a li


4 50



ii5 87



SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES.



James R. Bailey, supplies

Ginn & Co., •'

J. L. Hammet, "

Chas. Bartlett, "

American Express Co., express

Geo. F. King & Merrill, supplies

Boston School Book Supply Co , supplies



^13


91


2


40


I


87


261


87




40


7


30


M


80



5302 55



ABATEMENTS OF TAXES.



Wm. L. S. Tabor
John W. Moore
Edward L. Jones,
Edward L. Jones,
Edward L. Jones,
Geo. I. Choate,
Geo. L Choate,
Geo. L Choate,





^2 03




5 07


:tor's list of 1891


6 65


•' 1892


38 41


" 1894


66 53


" 1896


184 75


" 1895


152 81


" 1893


18 10



^474 35



23



TOWN OFFICERS.

Lewis W. Ely, services as auditor . ^5 00

E. N, Whitney, bal. services as selectman 23 06
A. J. Seavey, bal. services as selectman . 4 00
H. W. Bagley, bal. services as selectman 4 00

F. J. Shepard, services town school treas-

urer, 1895 . . 20 00

J. B. Bartlett, services town school treas-
urer, 1895 . . 20 00
Isaac Henry Jones, moderator town school

district
E. M. Rice, clerk town school district
W. W. Poor, services as police court jus

tice
Edward L. Jones, services as supervisor

check-list
John P. Hardy, services as selectman
Arthur B. Williams, services as selectman
Henry W. Bagley, services as selectman
Ceo. I. Choate, bal. for collecting 1895

taxes
Thomas H. Sefton, services as truant offi-
cer
W. C. Smith, services as special police
Geo. I. Choate, services as collector
Geo. O. Colby, services as constable
Frank Norcross, services as special poli-^e
Joseph W. Worthington, services as con-
stable
R. R. Merrick, services as moderator
Frank Stone, services as special police
John W. Moore, services as member of

board of health . . 20 60



3


00


5


00


lOO


CO


13


00


125


2S


154


44


152


61


100


00


34


50


2


00


200


00


6


25


5


CO


10


52


10


00


2


00



24



Edmund R. Angell, services as member

of board of health . . 113 96

W. R. Sanders, services as member of
board of health

Chas. Bartlett, services as treasurer

H. O. Hill, services as member of school
board

A. [. Benson, services as special police

G. S. Rollins, services as supervisor

E. T. Parker, services as town clerk

Geo. I. Choate, member of school board

W. S. Clement

W. H. Bachelder, ballot inspector



NOTES AND INTEREST.
Amount of notes. . . . ^1,075 00

Amount of interest . . . 1,159 53



38


50


100


00


so


00


5


00


15


00


35


00


50


so


48


49


5


00



ii 68



^2,234 53

The amount of flannel distributed during the year was 1820
yards, to 182 persons.

TRUST FUNr3S.

Dr.

To amount Sylvanus Brown legacy

Interest . .

Amount unexpended Feb. 15, 1896



By town note

Amount paid for picking small stones

Amount unexpended Feb. 15, 1897



$Soo


00




20


00




16


03


$536 03










Cr.


$Soo


00




15


87




20


16


SnA n-T



25



To amount Parmelia Nowell legacy . $500 00

Interest . . . . 20 00

Amount unexpended Feb, 15, 1896 . 129 80



By town note


^500 00


Amount J. C Sanders


20 00


Amount unexpended Feb. 15, 1897


129 80



Dr.



$649 80
Cr.



— $649 80

GEO. I. CHOATE, COLLECTOR.

Dr.



To balance uncollected, list 1895


, $3,921 27


Tax list 1896


• 23,146 78


Interest


45 00




^27,113 05




Cr.


Amount paid treasurer


. $21,602 49


Uncollected taxes


, 5.510 56 -

$27,113 05



EDWARD L. JONES, COLLECTOR.

To balance of uncollected taxes . $318 92

Amount paid redemptions . . 8 83

Interest collected . . . 8 90



By cash paid treasurer . . $187 80

Uncollected taxes . . . 148 85



Dr.

^336 65
Cr.

^336 65



26



RECEIPTS.




Cash in treasury Feb. 1896


$6,114 06


Savings bank tax




2,602 60


Literary fund




342 30


Railroad tax


.


511 54


County pauper claims




539 82


County dependent sold ers




116 50


Received from police court




181 50


Dog licenses




35^ 90


Licenses .




93 33


Sale of Jackson place




230 00


Money hired




1,500 00


Sale of grass, Jackson place




8 00


Sale of wheelbarrow




2 00


Use of derrick




3 00


Sale of school books




' '43


Use of town hall




8 00


Interest Nowell fund




20 00


Interest Brown fund




20 00


Town of Londonderry, Mrs. Bachelder's




case


1 1 00


Geo. I. Choate, amount paid treasurer


21,602 49


Edward L. Jones, amount pai


d treasure]


r 187 80



,425 27



DISBURSEMENTS.



Derry Water Works


. $2,200 00


Derry Electric Light Co.,


1,987 00


Memorial Day appropriation .


75 00


New highway


2 70


Bounty on hawks


2 75


Old school house appropriation


1,000 00



27



County tax


. 2,841


60




State tax . . ,


2,695


00




Taylor Library


84


29




Boyd case


3,610


94




Town school district


4,366


14




New school house appropriation


2,000


00




School district No. 2


647


61




Town officers


1,481


68




Notes and interest .


2,234


53




Cemetery account


36



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