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B—Wffilam P- Ostrom, dama-
ges by riots 57 50 55 00
6— ’’i’liam Kass, damages by
riots 45 00 40 00
ft—Francis J. Ban field, dama-
- bv iots 9 00 9 00
ft-Thnmas McGuire, da i ajes
by riots 51 oo 4j so
Sands, damages by
riots 70 00 60 00
(•-.Stephen Roff, damages by
2o 7» 28 75
t - J^ 5 . r ? y .’...~ 8 ... by 3SOO 3d 00
? -™n°^ ke ' •—’ 23 90 23 90
ft—Thomas Hetb<.rd, damages
riots 45 25 38 25
>—W «m HiiL damages by
ri->tp 21 25 21 25
S—Aug Kevee. damages by
riots 35 00 31 00
ft—T ciiias H Sanderson, dam-
ages by riots 101 75 83 25
f—Wcdiam H Wilson dama-
ges by riots 17 50 17 50
ft—T omas Pearson, damages
by riots 15 00 15 00
ft—John II Arnoux, damages
by rio's 32 25 28 25
8.. George B. Kass, damages by
riots 51 50 51 50
8.. Henry Burden, damages by
riots o* aO to 50
8.. Anr™ Grubelstcln, damages
by riots 3-1 (XJ jz oo
8.. John L. Vosburgh, damages
by riots <950 73 50
8.. John Harris, damages by
riots 37 50 32 50
8.. Williams Jackson, dama-
gen by riots. 2125 23 25
8.. Andrew P. sutton,damages
by riots 38 86 37 36
8.. Thomas W. Brown, dama-
gcs by riots 92 00 62 00
8.. Jonn Cameron, damages by
riots-. 45 25 37 50
ft— Nathan B. Sandford, dam-
ages by riots 50 75 48 75
ft— ‘ atrick McVay, damages by
riots 69 50 61 00
8— - rthurClinchy, damages by
riots 75 00 62 00
Wild, damages by
riots 288 50 200 00
ft—William B. Dean, damages . nrn
by riots 514 00 350 00
B—Maria Decker, damages by
riots 883 50 250 00
8- Elizabeth Bancroft, dam-
ages by riots 887 00 600 00
B—George Barker, damages by
riota. 250 00 100 00
ft—X<®ses Lowenstein, damages
by riots 1,056 00 400 00
ft—Louis 8. Halleck, damages
by riots 803 85 602 89
8-Eiastus Titus, damages 'by
riots 84 70 84 70
B—l e&ry S. Straub, damages
by riots 49 00 35 00
ft—Charles Edwards, damages
by riots 88 00 80 00
5 George Russell, damages by
riots 21 81 21 81
B—O. J. <fc E. De Witt, agents,
damages by riots 384 00 337 59
ft—Mary Trainor, damages by
riots 1,575 75 1,303 12
B—Charles Plath, damages by
riots 4,416 28 2,940 63
6 Francis West, damages by
riots 141 50 141 50
B— Susan Johnson, damages by
riots 47 50 40 00
ft—Harriet Hayes, damages by
riots e 40 00 28 00
ft—Jane E. Johnson, damages
by riots 8000 6500
ft—Margaret Hopkins, damages
by riots 41 62 30 00
B—Julia Whittlesey, damages
by riots 6000 4000
ft—Jane Jackson, damages by
riots 36 00 36 00
ft—Sarah A. Diggs, damages by
riots 9000 80 00
B—Ruth Robinson, damages by
riots 21 00 11 50
B—Baker E. Hall, damages by
riotsl3s 00 100 00
B— Charles W. Allien, damages
riots 40 00 30 00
ft—Amelia Sisco, damages by
riots 25 00 15 00
ft—Charles W. Sisco, damages
by riots 25 00 10 Oft
B—Lavinia Jackson, damages
by riots 100 00 66 00
ft—Jacob Wright, damages by
riots 550 00 200 00
B—Helen Lewis, damages by
riots 51 OO 40 00
ft-Ann Maria Watson, damages
by riots 115 00 60 00
ft—George Treadwell, damages
by riots 35 00 20 00
ft—Sarah Thompson, damages
by riots 30 00 16 00
ft—Henry Krauser, damages by
riots 103 00 60 00
B—Louisa Wright, damages by
riots 81 00 40 00
B—John Smith, damages by
riots 250 00 125 Oo
• B— Caroline Baldwin, damages
by riots 2,938 25 2,500 00
B—Mrs. John J. Bancroft, dama-
ges by riots 10,715 09 7,000 00
ft—William P. Powell, damages
by riots 4,887 25 3,913 00
ft—Theo. B Voorhees, damages
by riots 3,721 00 3,237 25
ft—Nathan Mahler, damages by
riots 2,292 00 1,800 00
ft-E M. Atwater, damages by
riots 3,223 25 2,758 84
B—Obadiah Newcombe, dama-
ges by riots 1,100 00 900 00
ft—Berman Schaus, damages
by riots 77 25 77 25
ft—Hannah fcchlessinger, dama-
ges by riots 270 00 236 62
B—Thomas Fleming, damages
by riots 55 21 45 71
8-Ella M. Brown, damages by
riots 1,745 60 1,000 00
ft—Jeremiah Duane, damages
by riots 4,708 46 3,500 00
ft-Israel Farjeon, damages by
riots, 4.868 47 3,568 47
B—Sai ah A. Genet, damages by
riots..... 1,237 92 1,200 00
B—Lavinia Taylor, damages
by riots 635 00 500 00
ft-Henry Montz, damages by
riots 250 00 150 0Q
B—George S. Blake, damages
by riots 625 66 500 00
ft— Ru us W. Nichols, damages
by riots 1,135 00 900 00
ft—Rev. Richaid Wilson, dama-
ges by riots/ 500 00 400 00
ft—Laura Smith, damages by
riots.... --Tt.i-r.234 00 150 00
ft—Harriet B. Douglass, dama-
ges bv riots 120 00 110 00
ft—Robert B. Bradford, Public
Administrator, damages
by riots 450 00 235 10
ft—Z. Al. Quimby, damages by
riots?:.. 5,059 80 4,500 00
ft-Margaret Stiles, damages by
riots?•••••• 140 00 125 00
ft—Cherry L. Pleb, damages by
riots. 58 40 50 00
B—Mary Hall, damages by riots 40 50 40 50
ft—Julia Rich, damages by riots 50 00 50 00
B—Mary C. Williams, damages
by riots. 15 38 15 00
B—Nancy Henderson, damages
by riots 60 00 60 00
ft—O car Coon, damages by
riots ’ 1,965 84 1,715 84
ft—William Trotter, Jr., dam-
ages by riots 207 00 126 90
ft—William Lipman, damages
by riots 3,261 01 3,000 00
ft—Eliza A Kennedy, damages
by riots. 3,000 00 3,000 00
ft—Hannah Stokely, damages
by riots 30 00 25 00
ft—Eliza J. Rowland, damages
by riots 40 00 30 00
ft—Robert Welles, damages by
riots 150 00 150 00
ft—Maiy J. Miles, damages by
riots. 73 87 60 00
B—Clarissa Casey, damages by
ricts 4o 00 3a 00
B—Elmira Townsend, damages
by riots 41 00 30 00
B—Julia Ann H ckter, damages ~
by riots 600 00 189 00
ft-S. Elizabeth Clary, damages
by riots..: 60 00 30 00
ft—Esther Mount, damages by
riots’ 225 00 100 00
ft—Argelina Bryan, damages
by riots 95 50 40 00
B—J. Tu< ket, damages by riots. 500 00 300 00
B—Catherine Jackson, damages
by riots 209 50 125 50
B—Mary Stafford, damages by
riots.... 76 16 30 00
ft—Mrs Mary B Sumner, dam-
ages by riots 56,553 90 25,500 00
ft—Theo W Schmidt, carnages
by riots 125 50 60 00
B—Elizabeth Brown, damages
by riots 196 00 170 00
ft—Sophia Jackson, damages by
riots 30 00 30 00
B—Mary Sylvester, damages by
riots .... • • • •
B—Elizabeth Green, damages
by riots 260 00 100 00
ft—Anna Turney, damages by
riots’ 40 00 20 00
B—Louisa Stedwell,damages by
riots 50 00 35 00
B—Eliza Johnson, damages by
riots 88 00 50 00
B—W. C A W.S.’Etarr,damages
by riots 57 0 0 57 00
B—Charles Parker, damages
by riots 9000 5000
B—Matilda Thomas, damagesiby
riots 2660 2500
B—Mary Billings, damages by
riots 75 50 50 00
B—Jane Chase,damages by riots 150 00 60 00
ft—Harriet Simmons, damages
by riots 50 00 35 00
B—Rebecca Stedwell, damages
by riots 280 06 150 00
B—G. ‘Schuyler, damages by
riots... 60 00 60 00
B—William Henry Heath, dam-
ages by riots 166 50 125 00
ft—WLiiam Brown, damages by
riots 135 00 70 00
ft—Mary Williams, damages by
riots 65 00 25 00
ft—Margaret Simmons, dam-
agfsbyriots 229 68 175 00
ft—Thos Moore, damages by
riots 118 50 50 00
ft—Jas. Tucker, damages by
riots 66 25 20 00
ft—Jane Jackson, damages by
riots 33 00 30 00
ft-Jos Simmons. damages by
riots 3FI 00 175 00
ft—Charlotte Johnson, damages
by riots 35 00 25 00
B—Elizabeth Hazard, damages
by riots 90 00 76 00
B—lsaiah Hazard, damages by
riots 5000 2500
B—Robert Hazard, damages by
riots 180 00 100 00
B—Georce Torges, damages by
riots 3,153 40 1,600 00
B—Catharine Gill, damages by
riots 49 50 30 00
ft—Mary Ann Price, damages
by riots 75 00 25 00
ft—Mary Hedden, damages by
riots 278 97 200 00
B—Richard Turner, damages bv
riots 90 00 45 00
ft—Hannah Butler, damages by
riots 237 50 100 00
ft—Samuel A Bogert. damages
by riots y 76 00 45 00
ft—Marie L. Sandford, damages
by riots 1-17 50 100 0<
B—Wm. H. Sandford, damages
by riots 200 00 125 00
ft—Nicholas Steenbock, dam-
ages by riots. 5,789 02 5,300 00
ft—Jos. Freelich, damages by
riots 32 87 32 87
B—Elijah M. Wilson, damages
by riots 208 75 203 75
ft—Hugh Hughes, damages by
riots 3500 3500
ft-Robert Dwight, damages by
riots 68 54 60 00
ft—Chas. B. Tooker, damages by
riots 1,696 96 503 50
ft—Jno. Balmorc, damages by
riots 130 00 80 00
B—H. T. Spencer, damages by
riots 48 00 40 00
B—Jacob Smith, damages by
riots6oo 00 325 00
B—Thomas L. Disbrow, dam-
ages by riotsl,2B4 26 1,074 26
ft—Alexander Hutchinson Ada-
ages by riots 31 86 31 86
ft—Alexander Muller, damages
by riots 606 00 500 00
ft—Rebecca Rubins, damages
by riots 1,485 35 950 00
ft—Abral am D. Myers, damages
by note WW WJ QQ
ft—Samuel Christie, damages „
by riots 314 95 2/4 53
ft—Joseph Spettel, damages by
riots 41 75 41 75
ft—Anthony Van T. Leven, dam-
ages by riots 74 63 74 63
ft—F. T. Southerton, damages
by riots 515 00 463 00
B—Edgar M. Fowler, damages
by riots 126 14 113 53
ft—Patrick McMannus, damages
bv riots 36 59 36 5J
B—William Colter, damages by
riots 167 61 167 61
B—John Hanson, damages by
riots 42 57 42 57
ft—Henry Hughes, damages by
riots.... ° 40 80 40 SO
B—George P. Stouter, damages
bv riots 219 50 175 60
B—Peter P. Traphagen, dam-
ages by riots 273 95 251 50
B—John McCarty, damages by
riots 94 51 94 51
ft—William H. Vandcrveer,
damages by riots 2,825 44 2,200 00
B—Haines Bros., damages by
riots 27,638 00 21,913 00
15—Tuomey A Elder, repairs to
County Jaill 108 81 108 81
15—Wilbur F. Stocking, repairs
to County Jail 22 00 22 00
15—Pay-roll of laborers on
Court-house 10,242 99 10,242 99
15—J. B. AW. W. Cornell A Co.,
iron work on Court-house. 17,879 24 17,879 24
15—H. R. McMurray, marble
for Court-house 8,589 76 8,589 76
15—Eastchester Quarry Co.,
marble for Court-houses... 4,960 48 4,960 48
15—Peter Morris and Co., cart-
ing, Ac , for Court-house.. 1,794 49 1,794 49
15—Jno. C. Johnson, hardware
for Court house 771 47 771 47
15 —Jno. Roach, iron work for
Harlem Bridge 1,641 98 1,641 9ft
15—Jno. Roach, iron work for
Harlem Bridge 1,144 96 1,141 96
15—E. W. Smith, salary as
Engineer on Harlem
Bridge 291 67 291 67
15—J. E. Sickles, salary as As
sistant Engineer on Har
lem Bridge 133 33 133 33
15—E. Rodgers, salary as As
sistant Engineer on Har
lem Bridge 133 33 133 33
15—Chas. V. Hough, salary as
Property Clerk on Har
lem Bridge 300 00 100 00
15—E. 8. Brown, rent and rooms
for Eighty - fourth Regi
ment.../ 291 30 291 30
15—Irvin Paris, costs in case of
Bank «f Commonwealth.. 722 77 722 77
15—W. D. Roe A Co., printing,
Ac., for the County 257 00 257 00
15—Baker A Godwin, printing
for the County 410 75 410 75
15—Brower Bros, stationery
for the County 405 19 405 19
15—Wm. Moore, supplies for
County Jail 826 05 826 06
15—Company A, First Cavalry
Regiment, services during
riots 365 36 365 36
15—Company H, First Cavalry
Regiment, services during
riots 291 36 291 36
15—Captain Julius Samson,
services during riots 64 25 64 25
15—Captain Otto Kleinschmidt,
services during riots 63 44 63 44
15—Lieut. E R. Olcott, services
during riots 56 29 56 29
15—Error in account of officers
on General Sandrord’s staff 251 91 251 91
15—C. Lockwood & Co., articles
for Courtrooms 44 36 44 36
15—G. Vandewater, postage for
Civil Courtsv 28 67 28 67
15—James Lynch, services as
Sheriff to Oct 1 28,141 84 3,108 60
15—T. J. Blanck A Sons, repairs
for Tax office 20 50 20 50
15—William Beard A J. P. Robin
inson, removing sunken
vessel 1,000 00 1,000 00
15—A. J. Garvey, repairs to Cor
oner’s office 128 19 128 19
15—John J. Nestell, damages by
riots 98 00 78 00
15—T. A. Gill, damages by riots. 870 00 450 00
15—William F. Buckley, dama-
ges by riots 4,440 26 4,000 00
15—John J. Barrill, damages by
riotsr. 3,418 00 3,400 00
15—James A. Benedict, damages
bj> riots 1,118 00 1,000 00
15—Maria Barnes, damages by
riots 251 95 150 00
15—James Morris and Mary Mor
ris, damages by riots 1,457 00 350 00
15—William H. Jackson, dama-
ges by riots 1,348 26 950 00
15—Lewis Harris, damages by
riots 500 00 350 00
15—Elizabeth Harris, damages
by riots 200 00 150 00
15—Susan Bayard, damages by
riots 120 00 W 00
15—John Franklin, damages by
riots 78 90 50 00
15—Joshua Franklin, damages
by riots 95 00 85 00
15—Annie Barnes, damages by
riots 200 00 150 00
15—Hannah Ann Hutchinson,
damages by riots 22 50 22 50
15—Silas Blanchard, damages by
riots 49 00 25 00
15—Silas Blanchard, damages by
riots 175 00 175 00
15—Eliza Cavinier, damages by
riots 30 00 25 00
15—Eliza Steele, damages by ri
ots 175 00 151 00
15—John 11. Starin, damages by
riots ——
15—J. P. Brenner, damages by
riots 1,700 00 1,255 50
15—Samuel A. Hill, damages by
riots 51 00 49 50
15—Union Division, No, 2, Sons
of Temperance, damages
by riots 239 25 194 44
15—Maria Somers, damages by
riots 118 00 118 00
15—Levi Steele, damages by
riots 885 50 917 56
15—Mary G. Wells, damages by
riots 1.284 27 1,211 33
15—James Crawford, damages
by riots 54 00 54 00
15—Patrick Garretty, damages
by riots 878 00 264 70
15-ElU»l>eth Austin, damages
by riots . 514 41 559 00
15—Benjamin Austin, damages
by riots 241 25 170 00
15—John H. Austin, damages
by riots 138 50 69 00
15—Jane Osborne, damages by
riots 45 00 45 00
15—Anna Connell, damages by
riots 272 12 144 00
Ift—Sarah N. Halleck, damages
by riots 2,477 35 2,097 00
15-John Corbitt, damages by
riots 608 00 300 00
15—Clara Day*, damages by
riots 254 00 100 00
15—Margaret Durling, damages
by riots 600 00 400 00
15—John W. Edwards, damages
by riots 80 50 59 00
15—Ellen Flowers, damages by
riots 40 00 40 00
15—Mary Goby, damages by
riots 94 58 75 00
15—Susan Hughes, damages by
riots 150 00 100 00
15— Fl®ra Hendricks, damages
by riots 7 60 7 50
15—Stephen Jones and Henry
Jones, damages by riots.. 5,295 82 4,500 00
15—Mary Sight, damages by
riots• 50 00 40 00
15—Jane Martin, damages by
riots 22 00 22 00
13—Siu an McCrea, damages by
. riots 292 00 130 00
15—Caroline Marsh, damages by
riots: 63 25 40 00
15—Sarah Rice, damages by
riots 20 25 20 25
15—Charles W Reed, damages
by riots 110 0 0 60 00
15. .Sarah Bogers, damages by
riots.... 50 00 50 00
15.. Leonard Patterson, Pastor,
and James Bailey, dama
ges by riots 764 00 250 00
15.. Francis Scott, damages by
riots 7 00 6 00
15.. Nicholas Seleninoff, dama-
ges by riots 3,645 00 3,500 00
15. .Nancy Ann Kempton and C.
Kempton A Co., damages
by riots 2,633 25 1,233 25
15. .Mrs. James Kennedy, dama-
ges by riots 100 00 100 00
15.. Horatio A. Gray, damages
by riots 21 50 21 50
15. .Wm. II Smith, damages by
riots 37 Oft 37 00
15.. Theron T. Thompson, dam-
ages by riots 116 87 100 00
15. .Wm. J. Cole, damages by
riots 26 00 24 75
18.. H. W. Genet, services as
County Clerk to date 4,856 37 4,856 37
22. .John C. Young, services as
Acting Messenger to Board 93 00 93 00
22. .Benjamin Ray, conveying a
lunatic to the asylum 86 35 86 3 5
22. .J. B. A. W. W. Cornell A Co.
iron work for Court
house 13,658 81 13,658 81
22.. H. R McMurray, marble for
Court house 2,691 98 2,691 98
22. .Henrv Dickinson, blue stone
for Courthouse 811 33 811 33
22.. Wm. Jones, plumbing for
Courthouse 203 87 203 87
22.. A Allen, dumping dirt
for Court house 15 00 15 00
22.. R. C. Root. Anthoffy A Co.,
stationery for County 444 16 444 16
22.. Brower Brothers, stationery
for County 702 59 702 59
22. .W. L. S. Harrison, printing
for County 6,369 51 6,369 51
22. .W. D. Roe A Co., stationery
for County 466 50 466 50
22.. J. P. Olmstead, copying old
minutes of the Board 129 75 129 75
22.. Charles O Connor, repairs
to Coroners’ office 46 52 46 52
22—Wm. Jones, plumbing, Ac.,
for Eighty fourth regiment
armory 336 53 336 58
22—C. Al list n, board of witnes-
ses for November 117 50 117 50
22—Howard Pearsall, meals fbr
jurors in case of Rutney.. 28 50 28 50
22—Richard J. Curl, damages by
riots 120 00 120 00
22—divert Mary Colwell, dam
ages by rims 110 50 100 00
22—George M. Johnson,damages
by riots 650 87 450 00
22—John Lane,damages by riots 275 00 55 50
22—Letty Mitchell, damages by
riots 40 00 35 00
22—Francis Stryker, damages by
riots 120 00 60 00
22—Maria Frazer, damages by
riots 330 63 300 00
22—Thomas Connelly, damages
by riots 463 00 211 50
22—P. M Jordan, damages by
riots 255 00 225 00
22—Mary A. Craw, damages by
riots 500 79 450 00
22—Isabella Krausen, damages
by riots 145 00 145 00
22—Christiana Jenkins, damages
by riora? 120 00 100 00
22—Wm. Henry Chazay, dam-
ages by riots 125 00 100 00
22—Wm. H. Gray, damages by
riots 176 30 100 00
22—Mary E. Willis ms, damages
by riots 45 00 35 00
22—Maria Smith, damages by
riots 100 00 75 00
22—Henrietta E. Jones, damages
by riots 50 00 50 00
22—11. Walton and M. Dorsey,
damages by riots 100 00 100 00
22—Huldah Ambleman, dam-
ages by riots 63 00 50 00
22—Martha Fields, damages by
riots ICO 00 80 00
22—Carolina Humphrey, dam-
ages by riots 75 00 50 00
22—Mary Vohnston, damages by
riots 11,200 00 3,350 00
22—Diana Brown, damages by
riots 3525 2000
22—Anna A. Brown, damages
by riots 65 00 15 00
22—Phillis Lane, damages by
riots 23 50 20 00
22—Amelia Mundy, damages by
riots* 41 00 30 00
22—James Miner, damages by
riots 125 00 10 000
22—Joshua Molliaston, damages
by riots 300 00 250 00
22—Lydia Ann Mo'baston, dam-
ages bv riots 50 00 50 00
22—Rachel Morris, damages by
riots 65 00 50 00
22—Rachel Martin, damages by
riots 54 50 50 00
22—Elizabeth Mack, damages
by riots, 167 tO JOO 00
22—Mary Ann Manning, dama
ges by rio»s 284 50 150 00
22—Sarah Ann Reade, damages
by riots 169 00 109 00
22—Samuel Peters, damages by
riots 40 00 25 00
22—Jane Sniffln, damages by
riots 100 CO 65 00
22—Ri-chel Robbins, damages
by riots 450 00 200 01
22 —James Sniffin, damages by
riots 100 00 €0 00
22—Flora Ann Stone, damages
by riots 50 00 30 00
22—Horace Scudder, damages
by riots 50 00 35 00
22—Adeba Tilman, damages by
riots 37 25 25 00
22—Jar e Scucder, damages by
riots 225 00 ft! 0)
22—Henry Tully, damages by
riots 285 00 150 CO
22—Clara Cook, damages by
riots 31 00 20 00
22—Francis A. Curl, damages by
riots 550 00 225 00
22—Alice Cisco, damages by
riots 69 00 40 00
22—Elizabeth Cisco, damages
by riots 2CO 00 80 00
22—Maltha Carry, damages by
rlois 400 00 225 00
22—Andrew Carr, damages by
rio s 55 CO 35 00
22—John Ceaser, damages by
riots 60 50 40 00
22—Mary Cooper, damages by
rots 47 00 35 00
22—Henry Davis, damages by
riots 30 00 20 00
22—Thomas Cisco, damages by
riots 30 00 20 00
22—Josephine De Witt, dama
ges by riots 29 00 19 00
22—Anna C. Kane, damages by
riots 105 50 42 00
22—Catharine Dempsey, dama
ges by riots 22 29 22 00
22—Mahlon Day, damages by
riots 64 00 64 00
22—Margaretta
ges by riots .... ....
22—Amelia Willis, damagas by
rt ts 80 90 45 00
22—Louis Bierman, damages by
riots 125 00 125 00
22—Michael Newman, damages
by riots 337 68 300 00
22—Conrad Rose, damages by
riots 2,380 63 1,200 00
22—Andrew Foster Higgins, da
mages by riots 10,000 00 8,800 00
22—Ann Farrell, damages by
riots 150 00 100 00
22—Eliza Austin, damages by
riots 115 OO 60 00
22—John Gunn A Louis Rose,
damages by riots 25 00 25 00
22—Conrad Hermann, damages
by riots 75 00 61 00
22—Mary Bailey, d mages by
riots 270 00 80 00
22—Ferd. Ellis n, damages by
riots 120 00 120 00
22—Susan Thomas, damages by
riots 50 CO 20 00
22—W. A. Johnson, damages by
riots * 117 00 40 00
22—Samuel Lewis Johnson, da
mages by riots 175 00 80 00
22—Mary Garrison, damages by
riots 150 00 75 00
22—Marv Ann Elders, damages
by riots 10,150 00 ’ 150 00
22—Mary B. Sutton, damages by
riots 1,122 70 767 00
22—Phillis Kissam, damages by
riots 40 00 25 00
22—Jane Martin, damages by
riots 48 97 43 97
22—Josephine Ludlow, damages
by riots 100 00 35 00
22—Louis Raphael, damages by
riots 1,269 37 1,269 37
22-Rebecca Rtberts, damages
by riots 135 00 135 00
22—Nancy Brown, damages by
riots 20 00 20 00
22—Lucy L. Duffy, damages by
riots 120 00 80 00
22—Thomas De Lilly, damages
by riots 350 00 300 00
22—J P. Schermerhorn, dama
ges by riots 150 00 100 00
22—Hannah Bailey, damages by
riots. 40 00 40 00
22—Jacob Weeks, damages by
riots 17 59 17 50
22—Hugh Retlley, damages by
M ,riots. 350 00 90 00
22—John Foster, damages by
riots 150 00 40 00
22—Mrs. Daniels, damages by
riats 11 65 11 05
22—Jane Richards:n, damages
by riots 62 00 45 00
22—Nath mel Thurston, dama
ges by riots 60 00 55 00
22—Ebenezer Wilson, damages
by riots 44 15 44 15
22—Allred Wooby, da . ages by
riots 250 00 235 00
22—Mary <_ rawford, damages by
riots..... 63 00 30 00
22—William H. Waterson, da
mages by riots 50 50 50 00
22—Mary Wilson, damages by
riots.... 130 00 103 00
22—Brooks Bros , damages by
riots 98.G29 14 60,000 00
26—Procuring file of Legisla
tives BiJis of 1864 100 CO 100 00
26—Peter Monegan, repairing
boooks in the Register’s
„ office,?. 1,092 56 1,092 56
26—Brower Bros., stationery
for the county 576 gg 576 66
26—W. LS. Harrison, printing
for the Board 2,127 50 2,127 50
26—Proudfoot A Quuk, painting
county offices 29 09 29 09
26—C. Lockwood A Co., articles
for county offices 41 63 41 63
26—James E. Poole, repairs to
Old Harlem Bridge 501 49 501 49
26—A. Brown ACo , repairs to
Old Harlem Bridge 492 00 492 00
26—Edward Gridley, fl.ting up
election polls, Twenty
second Ward 90 00 90 00
26—Andrew Kennedy, fitting
up election polls, Sixth
Ward 10 00 10 00
26—James A. McCormick, fit
ting up election polls,
Twenty-second Ward 10 00 5 00
26—James Walsh, fitting up
election polls, Twenty-se
cond Ward 10 00 5 00
se-WMatn flulna un
election polls, Twenty-se
cond Ward 10 00 6 00
24—Micnael Corey, fl ting np
election polls, Twenty-se
cond Ward 10 00 5 00 I
26—John Ruddy, fitting up elec
tion polls, Twenty-second
Ward 10 00 5 00
26—Thomas Nolan, fitting up
election polls, Twenty-se
cond Ward 10 00 5 00
26—Hugh Tremrin, fitting up
election polls, Twenty-se
cond Ward 10 00 5 00
26—P. Biennan, fitting up elec
tion polls, Twenty-second
Ward 10 00 5 00
26—George W. Jenkins, fitting
up election polls, Twelfth
Ward 10 10 10 00
26—James Mackean, fitting np
election polls, Twelfth
Ward 10CO 10 00
26—Charles Hahn, fitting; up
election polls, Twelfth
Ward 10 31 10 00
26—James Hope, fitting up elec
tion polls, Twelfth Ward. 10 00 10 0J
26—J. Quine, fitting up election
polls, Ninth Ward 10 00 10 00
26—H. C. Burdett, fliting up
election polls,Ninth Ward 10 00 10 00
26—Wm. McCluskey, fitting up
election polls,Ninth Ward 10 00 10 00
26—J. R. Voorhis, fitting up
election polls. Ninth Ward 9 99 9 99
26—John U. Carson, fitting up
election polls. Ninth Ward 10 OO 10 00
26—Garret P. Demarest, fitting
up election polls, Nintn
Ward 10 00 10 00
26—Ca - ting ballot boxes for No
vember Election 228 25 222 CO
26—Merrit & Raymond, meals
for policemen 17 10 17 10
26—J. H. Baker, meals for po-
Ikemin 53 20 53 20
26—D. Waterbury, meals for po
licemen 7 40 7 40
26—John F. Raymoud, meals
for policemen 8 74 8 74
26—Lawrence Kerr, meals for
policemen 17 50 17 50
26—J. Ritz, meals for policemen 600 600
26—John Hanrahan, posting
bills, &c 130 00 130 00
26—Edward Van Ranst, coach-
es, Ac 18 00 18 00
26—J. H. Baker, meals. Ac 21 03 21 03
26—Knickerbocker Sta ft e Co.,
stages, Ac... 60 00 60 00
26—D. K. Hall A Ryan, blankets
for County Jail 275 00 275 00
26—John Roacn. iron work for
Harlem Bridge 2,410 63 2,410 63
26—M. M. Van Lyke, rations for
Eighth Regiment, mili
tia 11,527 20
26—Quirin Klein, rations tor
Eleventh Regiment, mili
tia 80 00 80 02
26—W. H. Walker, rations for
Sixty nimh Regiment, mi
litia 275 00 200 00
26—George Berner, rations tor
Sixth Regiment, militia.. 884 80 884 89
26—Philip Hoegg, rations for
Sixth Regiment, militia.. 474 40 474 40
26—Andrew Kurz, rations for
Sixth Regiment militia.. 509 20 509 20
26—C. Wonneubecker, rattoi s
for Six-h Regiment, mili
tia 653 20 427 60
26—A. Ebelsbach er, rations
for Sixth Regime t, mili
tia 653 20 653 20
26—John - Bauer, rations for
Sixth Regiment, militia.. 391 20 391 20
26—W. H. Walker, articles f r
Seventh Regiment, mili
tia 63 00 63 00
26—John Malien, coaches lor
mili'ia 42 25 42 25
26—Charles Gallagher, cartage
arms, Ac 6 00 6 00
29—William E. Warren, ser
vices as D: puty Comptrol
ler 6,000 00 6,000 00
29—D. A. Fowler, services to
the County Canvassers.... 800 00 800 00
29—Thomas Vitch, services
to the County Canvass
ers 250 00 250 00
29—F. W. Vincent, service.* 10
the County anvassers.... 250 00 250 00
29—Eleventh Regiment, Co. A.
services during the riots. 110 00 110 00
29—Eleventh Regiment, Co. G,
services during the riots. 1,000 00 1,(00 00
29—Eleventh Regiment, con-
Dec. 29. .Fifth Regiment, Co. C,
services during the
riots 6 00 ft 00
29.. Fifth Regiment, Co. F,
services during the
riots 10 00 10 00
29.. First Regiment Caval-
ry, Troop B, services
during the riots 100 100
29.. Fourth Regiment, Bat-
tery B, services dur
ing the riots 100 100
29. .Twelfth Pvegiment,Con
solidated Roll, ser
vices during the riots 150 00 150 00
29.. H.Vandervoor, furnish-
nlshing transcript of
convictions to Secre
tary of State 150 00 150 00
29. .Pay-roll of laborers on
court-house, to date 6,962 00 6,962 00
29.. J, B. & W. W. Cornell
& Co., iron work for
court house 31,837 83 31,837 83
29. .Ingersoll, Watson & Co.
carpeting for court
house 113 43 x 113 43
29. .Eastchester Quarry Co.
marble for Court
house 3,496 69 3,406 69
29.. Allen, Stevens & Co.,
lumber for Court
house 1,570 18 1,570 18
29.. George Teets, beater,
pails, &c., for Court
house 83 45 83 45
29.. W. J. & J. 8. Peck,
bricks for court
house 3,069 20 3,069 20
29. .Nesbitt & Irwin, bricks
for court-house 2,962 66 2,962 66
NEW YORK DISPATCH.
29. .John Kellum, architect
on court-houie 3,568 89 3 ; 568 89
] 29.. H. H. Craigee, repairs
to Twelfth Regiment
Armory 388 00 338 00
29.. George Harris, repairs
to Twelfth Regiment
Armory 567 52 567 52
29.. John C. Wassell, re-
pairs to Twelfth Reg
iment Armory 680 85 680 85
29. .Hutchinson & Wicker-
sham, repairs to
Twelfth Regiment Ar
mory 175 00 175 00
29.. H. Combs, re- /
pairs to Twelfth Reg
iment Armory 99 94 99 94
29. .James C. Ho© & Co. re
pairs to Twelfth Reg
nient armory 1,726 89 1,726 89
29.. Keyser & Co., repairs to
court rooms 501 19 501 19
29.. Ice Co.
ice for courts and of-
fices for county 695 95 695 95
29. .C.Lockwcod & Co., ar-
ticles for courtrooms 58 38 58 38
29.. Lewis Carpenter, re-
pair’s to court rooms 17 55 17 55
29.. T. J. Blanck & Sons,
furniture, &c., for
court rooms 384 00 384 00
29.. A. J. Garvey, repairs
chamber of the Board 118 00 118 00
29. .A. J. Garvey, repairs to
court rooms 29 808 29 808
31.. Brower Brothers, sta-
tionery for (he coun
ty 981 90 981 90
31.. W. L. S. Harrison,
printing for the coun
ty 446 20 4-16 20
31.. Harvey & Kennard,
books for the county 170 50 170 50
31.. D. M. Cole, printing
j for the county 453 62 453 62
31.. Beatty & Stevenson
books for the county 108 90 108 90
31.. B. &W. W. Cornell
& Co., iron for Court
house 27,889 17 27,389 17
31.. Henry R. McMurray,
marble for Court
house 4,969 83 4.969 83
31.. Eastchester . Quarry
company, marble for
Court-house 3,850 50 3,850 50
31. .Hamilton Biggam, ship
chandlery for court
house 362 87 362 87
31.. Burr & Co., blocks for
court-house 129 54 129 54
31. .John Sniffin, repairs to
to Eighty-fourth reg
iment armory 81 88 81 88
31.. John McGowan, serv-
ing subpeenas for Spe
cial Sessions 66 38 66 38
3j..G. Joseph Ruch, serv
ing subpeenas for Spe
cial Sessions 67 00 67 00
31.. 0. N. Wheelwright,
copying book for Reg
ister’s office 150 00 150 00
81. .William Ricketts, serv-
ices on Court of Oyer
and Terminer 22 50 22 50
31.. John McDermitt, serv-
ices on Court of Oyer
and Terminer 22 50 22 50
31.. Thom as Montgomery
services on Court of
Oyer and Terminer. 22 50 22 50
31.. David Grady, services
on Court of Oyer and
Terminer 22 50 22 50
31.. Richard Brown, serv-
ices on Court of Oyer
and Terminer 22 50 22 50
31.. William Cunningham
services on Court of
Oyer and Terminer. 22 50 22 50
The following have been vetoed by His Honor the
Mayor during the year :
1 Report and resolutions in favor of paying bill of G’
H. Purser, assignee of laborers on New Court-
House,
Adopted December 23, 18G2.
Vetoed January 6, 1863.
Re-adopted January 20, lsG3.
Report and resolution in javor of authorizing the Me
tropolitan Police Commissioners to sum
of $25,000 to complete their headquarters.
Adopted January 6, 18G3.
Vetoed January 20, 18G3.
Re-adopted February 3, 18G3.
Report and resolution in favor of paying certain bills
incurred by the Commissioners of Harlem
Bridge.
Adopted January 13,1863.
Vetoed January 27, 1863.
Re-adopted February 10, 1863.
Report and resolution in favor uf an appropriation to
correct the books of Enrollment of the Militia
under the act of 18G2.
Adopted January 13, 1863.
Vetoed January 27, 18G3.
Re-adopted February 10, 1863.
Resolution to increase the salaries of the District-
Attorney and Assistants, and to allow an addition
al Clerk in said office.
Adopted January 13, 1863,
Vetoed January 27, 1863.
Re-adopted February 10, 1863.
Report and resolution In favor of paying bill of R. C.
Root, Anthony & Co., ior U. 8. Revenue Stamps
for the burrogates Office.
Adopted January 20, 1863.
Vetoed February 3, 1863.
Re-adopted March 2,1863.
Report and resolution in favor of paying bill of Nes
bitt & Irwin, for cement for Court-house.
Adopted January 27, 1863.
Vetoed February 3, 1863.
Re-adopted February 17,1863.
Report and resolution in favor of an appropriation for
the Twelfth and Twenty-second Regiments, New
York National Guard.
Adopted January 20, 1863,
Vetoed February 3. 1863.
Report and ordinance making appropriations for
1863.
Adopted February 5, 1863.
Vetoed February 17, 1863.
Re-adopted March 2, 1863.
Resolution to make application to the Legislature
for the passage of an act to authorize the levying
of a tax upon all bank stock and stock of all in
corporated companies held by individuals in this
County.
Adopted March 17, 1863.
Vetoed March 31, 1863.
Re-adopted April 28, 1863.
Resolution directing the Committee on Annual Taxes
to advertise ior all peisons enrolled as State Mili
tia in this county to pay the tax of one dollar as
directed by the Act of 1862.
Adopted April 14. 1863.
Vetoed April 28. 1863.
Report and resolution in favor of paying bill of J. B.
& W. W. Cornell & Co., lor iron work on new Court
house.
t Adopted May 5, 1863.
Vetoed May 19, 1863.
Resolution authorizing the Special Committee, ap
pointed to confer with the Committee on behalf
of Board of Supervisors of Westchester County
in regard to boundary line between the two Coun
ties, to agree upon such a line as will best secure
the interests ci the County of New York.
Adopted May 5, 1863,
Vetoed May 19, 1863.
Re-adopted August 18, 1863.
Report and resolution in favor of paying certain bills
incurred by the Commissioners of City Hall in
the work of constructing the Court-house.
Adopted May 19, 1863.
Vetoed May 26,1863.
Re-adopted July 16, 1863.
Report and resolution in favor of paying bills of la
borers on Court-bouso up to May 16, 1863,
Ac opted May 22, 1863.
Vetoed May 26, 1863.
Rc-adopted Jane 9,1863.
Report and reaolution in favor of paying bill of
Charles W. Baker, for printing for the Supreme
Court.
Adopted May 19, 1863.
Vetoed June 2,1863.
Re-adopted October 6,1863.
Report and resolution in favor of paying sundry bills
for services and materials for building the New
County Court-house.
Adopted May 26. 1863.
Vetoed June 9. 1863.
Re-adopted July 16, 1863.
Resolution to pay George H. Purser the sum of SSOO
for professional services on behalf of the Board
of Supervisors.
Adopted June 16. 1863.
Vetoed June 30, 1863
Re-adopted July 28, 1863.
Report and resolution in favor of paying bill of John
Lennon, for articles for Superior Court.
Adopted July 28, 1863.
Vetoed August 7, 1863.
Re adopted October 20. 1863.
Resolution directing Comptroller t > pay certain bills
of N. Y. Transcript, for advertising official pro
ceedings of the Board.
Adopted August 11.1863.
Vetoed August 25, 1863.
Re-adopied September 16, 1863.
Resolution inci easing salaries of certain clerks of the
Supreme Court.
Ad- pted December 8, 1863.
Vetoed December 18,;1863.
The following is the ordinance imposing the An
nual Taxes for 1863:
AN ORDINANCE
TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY MEANS TO SUPPORT THE
RESPECTIVE GOVERNMENTS OF THE COUNTY AND
CITY OF NEW YORK, AND TO PAY THE QUOTA OF
SAID COUNTY OF STATE TAX FOR THE YEAR ONE
THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND SIXTY-THREE
The Board of Supervisors of the County of New York do
ordain as follows:
Section 1. There shall be and hereby is imposed
upon the estates real and personal subject to taxa
tion, according to law, of and within the City and
County of New York, and to be raised, collected and
paid into the County Treasury, according to law, for
the purpose of paying the quota of the State tax im
posed upon said city and county, a sax for the aggre
gate sum of two million five hundred and forty thou
sand five hundred and fifty-seven dollars and fifteen
cents, as follows:
TAX FOR STATE PURPOSES.
For Common Schools throughout the
State,four hundred and twelve thou
sand two hundred and eighteen
dollars and twenty-three cents $412,218 23
For Canals,five hundred and forty-niue
thousand six hundred aud twenty
four dollars and thirty cents 549,624 30
For General puri>oses, five hundred
and forty-nine thousand six hun
dred and twenty-four dollars aud
thirty cents 549,624 30
For Qux>ta of the Proportion of the Di
rect Tax levied by the Act of Con
gress, approved the fifth day of Au
gust, eighteen hundred and sixty
one. ten hundred and ninety-nine
thousand two hundred aud forty
eight dollars and sixty-two cents.. 1,009,248 62
$2,610,715 45
Deduct the amount of the State Tax (4’£
mills) on fourteen million seven
hundred and eighty thousand six
hundred and ninety-five dollars and
seventy-nine cents ($14,780,605 79), 1
Leiiig ihe valuations of persou-4
property of various banks in said
c tj and county, decided by the Si*
; pr> me Court of the United States
i to have been erronecn ly assessed,
say seventy thousand one hundred
and fifty* eight dollars and thirty
cents, as stated in the Comptrol-
Jer’s communication to the Board,
dated June 1.1863 (vide D > No, 7
P«ge 17) 70,158 30
Total $2 549,557 15
Sec. 2. There shall be and hereby is imposed upon
the estates afore said, to be raised, collected and paid
into the County Treasurer, according to law, forth *
support of the Government of the county of Nev
York, including the maintenance of the Metropolitan
Police, stationed and employed in sai-1 comity, a tax
for the aggregate sum of two millions seven hundred
and forty-six thousand four hundred and sixty-five
dollars and twenty-nine cents ($2 746.465 29) for the
several purposes herein mentioned, to wit:
TAX FOR COUNTY PURPOSES.
Advertising, thirty thousand dollars.... $30,000 00
Armories and Drill-rooms, one hundred
and fifty thousand dollars 150,000 00
Asylum tor Idiots, two hundred and fifty
dollars 250 00
Caie and Al amir nance of Uule’s or Har
lem (Third avenue) Bridge, seven
hundred and fifty dollars 750 00
Commissioners of Records Expendi
tures of, seven thousand one hun
dred dollars 7,100 00
Contingencies Comptroller's Office,
three thousand dollars 3,000 00
Contingencies—lnspection of Buildings,
five hundred dollars 500 00
Coroners’ Fees, twenty-one thousand dol-
lars 21,000 00
County contingencies, forty-one thou
sand and thirty-three dollars and
seventy-four cents 41,033 74
County contingencies to pay expenses in
curred by the Commissioners of Re
cord s in pursuance of chap. 407, sec.
2, cf the Laws of 1855, the same lobe
paid when judicially determined one
hundred thousand dollars 100,000 00
Deaf and Dumb Asylum, twelve Hundred
dollars 1,200 00
Election Expenses,seventy-two thousand
dollars 72 00000
Harlem Bridge—construction of,one hun
dred and thirty-three thousand two
hundred and fifty dollars 133,250 00
Incumbrances in Harbor—Removal of,
four thousand dollars 4,000 00
Interest on Harlem Bridge Bonds, thirty
four hundred and mne-oue dollars
and sixty-three cents ;3,491 73
Interest on Loans, fifty-seven thousand
dollars '.57,000 00
Interest on court-house stock, fifty-one
thousand dollais 51,000 00
Institution for the Blind, two thousand
dollars 2,000 00
Lighting, cleaning, and supplies fur
county offices, twenty-six thousand
dollars 26,000 00
McComb’s Dam Bridge— care and main-
tenance oi. twelve hundred dollars.. 1,200 00
Military Fines,twelve thousand fourhun-
dred and forty-six dollars 20,000 00
New York Juvenile Asylum, fifty thou-
sand dollars 50,000 00
New York Law Institute, fifty-seven hun-
dred and eighty-three dollars and
thirty-four cents 5,783 34
New York State Lunatic Asylum, fifteen
hundred dollars 1,500 00
Officers’ and Witnesses’ Fees, fifty thou-
sand dollars 50,000 00
Printing, stationery, aud Blank Books,
thirty thousand dollars £ 30,000 00
Police Fund, sixteen hundred aud eighty
thousand one hundred and fifty dol
lars 1,680,15000
Police contingent expenses, thirteen
thousand dollars 13.000 00
Redemption oi Harlem Free bridge bonds
twenty thousand dollars 20,000 00
Rents, eleven thousand dollars 11,000 00
Repairs to county buildings and offices,
twelve thousand dollars 12,000 00
Salaries—Legislative Department,twenty
nine thousand seven hundred dol
lars 29,700 00
Salaries —Executive Department, seven-
two thousand and fifty dollars 72,050 00
Salaries Judiciary, two hundred and
thirty-eight thousand lour hundred
and fifty dollars 238,450 00
Salaries—Judiciary, Payment to widow of
E. C. West, five thousdnd dollars.... 5,000 00
alaries—Unsafe Building Officers, fifty-
eight hundred and forty dollars and
fifty-eight cents 5,840 58
Supplits for the Police, fifty thousand
seven hundred and seventy dollars.. 50,770 00
Support of Prisoners in County Jail, five
thousand dollars 5,000 00
Support of Detained Witnesses,four thou-
sand dollars 4 000 00
$3,009,019 29
Deduct—Amount of Revenue of the Coun
ty not otherwise specially appropria
ted by law, in pursuance of the re
quirement of Chapter 108 of the Laws
of 1863, the same being estimated as
stated in the Comptroller’s communi
cation to the Board of June 1, 1863,
(vide Doc. No. 7. p. 8) at $60,000, less
$5,000, to provide for a failing off in
the receipts, say fifty-five thousand
dollars 55,000 00
T0ta152,954,019 29
Sec. 3. There shall bo and hereby is imposed upon
the estates aforesaid and to be raised, collected and
paid into the County Treasury, according to law, for
the use oj the corporation of the city of New York, a
tax of and for the sum of six millions thirty-seven
thousand and ninety-five dollars and seventy-four
cents ($6,037,095 74) tor the several purposes hereinaf
ter enumerated, to wit:
TAX FOR CITY PURPOSES.
Advertising for the Common Council, for
ty-five thousand dollars $45,000 00
Aqueduct Repairs and Improvements, one
hundred aud fifteen thousand dollars 115,000 00
Belgian Pavement, one hundred aud five
thousand dollars 105,000 00
Board of Health, six thousand dollars... 6,000 00
Central Park—Maintenance and Govern
ment of, one hundred and thirty-one
thousand six hundred and four dol-
lars 131,604 00
City Contingencies, sixty-five thousand
dollars 65,000 00
City Dispensaries, eight thousand five
hundred dollars 8.500 00
Cleaning Maikets, twelve thousand dol-
lars 12,000 00
Cleaning Streets, two hundred ana seven-
ty-nine thousand dollars 279,000 00
Contingencies—Mayor’s Office, thirteen
thousand dob a? s 13,000 00
Contingencies Comptroller’s Office,
eleven thousand dollars 11,000 00
Contingencies—Street Department, ten
thousand dollars 10,000 00
Contingencies—Croton Aqueduct Board,
five thousand six hundred dollars... 5,600 00
Contingencies—Law Department, twen-
ty-five thousand dollars 25,000 00
Contingencies—City Inspector’s Depart-
ment, twenty thousand dollars 20,000 00
Court-house—Fourth Police District, for-
ty-five thousand dollars 45,000 00
Donations, fifty-five thousand dollars... 55,000 00
Election Expenses, five thousand dollars 5,000 00
Fire Alarm Telegraph, three thousand
dollars 3,000 00
Fire Machines and Apparatus, one hun-
dred and forty-three thousand dollars 143.000 00
Fire Telegraph, forty thousand dollars.. 40,000 00
Fourth avenue Parks, twelve thousand
five hundred dollars 12,500 00
Interest on Revenue Bonds, ten thousand
dollars 10,000 00
Interest on Central Park Fund Stock of
2897, one hundred and eighty three
thousand seven hundred andeighten
dollars 183,718 00
Interest on Central Park Fund Stock of
1887, thirty-six thousand three hun
dred and ninety-five dollars 36,395 00
Interest on Central Park Additional Fund
Stock, twenty-three thousand two hun
dred and eighty-seven dollars 23,237 00
Interest on Central Park Improvement
Fund Stock of 1876, eighty-two thou
sand nine hundred and sixty-eight
dollars 82,968 00
Interest on Central Park Improvement
Fund Steck of 1887, one hundred and
twenty-four thousand six hundred
and eighty-two dollars 124,882 00
Interest on Public Building Stock No. 3,
ten thousand dollars 10,000 00
Interest on Public Education Stock of
1873, seven thousand seven hundred
dollars 7,700 00
Interest on New York City Stock, for
Docks and Slips, twenty-five thousand
dollars 25,000 00
Interest on Public Stock for Reouilding
Tompkins Market, six thousand nine
hundred and eighty-seven dollars.. 6,987 00
Interest on Floating Debt Fund Stock, one
hundred and sixty-four thousand
eight hundred aud thirty-seven dol
lars 164,837 00
Interest on Union Defense Fundßedemp
tion Bonds, fifty-three thousand
seven hundred and thirty-four dol
lars and twenty cents. 53,734 20
Interest on Volunteer Soldiers Bounty
Fund Redemption Bonds, three thou
sand five hundred dollars 3,500 00
Interest on Volunteer Soldiers’ Family
Aid Fund Bonds No. 2, twenty-nine
thousand eight hundred and eight
dollars and six cent* 29/803 06
Interest on Volunteer Soldiers’ Family
Aid Fund Bonds Fo. 5, fourteen thou
sand eight hundred and ninety-nine
dollars and seventy cents 14,899 70
Interest on Volunteer Soldiers’ Family
Aid Fund Bonds No. 6. eleven thou
sand two hundred and fifty dollars.. 11,250 00
Interest on Volunteer Soldiers’ Family
Aid Fund Bonds No. 7, two thousand
five hundred dollars 2, 500 00
Judgements, one hundred and twenty-
five thousand dollars 150,000 00
Lamps and Gas, four hundred and sixty-
four thousand dollars 464,000 00
Lands and Places, twenty-five thousand
dollars 25,000 00
Laying out the city north of o e hundred
and fifty-fifth street, twenty thou
san d dollar s 20,000 00
Monument in Calvary Cemetry, twelve
thousand dollars 12,000 00
One Hundred and Fifty-fifth Street, &c.,
ten thousand dollars 10,000 00
Opening New Streets—expenses of, ten
thousand dollars 10,000 00
Police Sanitary Expenses, four thousand
dollars 4,000 00
Police Station Houses, thirty-one thou-
sand eight hundred and two dollars. 31,082 00
Po ice Telegraph, four thousand four
hundred dollar 3 4,400 00
Printing for Common Council, seventy
thousand dollars 70,000 00
Printing for Departments, forty thousand
dollars 40,000 00
Public Buildings— Construction and Re-
pairs, one hundred and sixty-five
thousand dollars 165,000 00
Public Building Stock No. 3, Redemption
of, fifty thousand dollars 50,000 00
Pub.ic charities and corrections, six bun
dled sixty thousand six hundred
dollars 660,690 03
Public Education Stock of 1873 R demp
tion of, four thousand six hundred
fifty-seven dollars and thirty-six
cents 4,657 36
Pub . »4!«t-.-uction,fourteen hundred and
fifty thousand dollars 1,450,000 00
Public Stock lor Rebuilding Tompkins
Market, Redenqt on of. seventeen
thousand (tolars 17,000 00
Real Estate expenses,six y-eig’at thous-
sana a ollars 68,000 00
Real Estate—•purchases of, fifty thousand
dollars 50,000 00
Removing Night bull. Offal, and Dead
Armais.. Thirty-four thousand five
hundred dollars 34,500 00
Rente r > q-iouy thou and. dollars 44,000 00
Roads ai <’ Avenues, seventy-five thou-
sand dollars 75,000 00
Romai Catholic Orphan Asylum, fifty
thousand dollars 50,000 00
Salarits—Legislative Department, seven-
ty-six thousand, and fi<ty dollars 76,050 00
Salaries— Mayor’s Office, thirteen thou-
sand dollars 13,000 00
Salaries— Department of Finance, one
hundred and six thousand dollars.. 106,000 00
Salaries—Street Department,ninety thou
sand two hundred and eighieoa dol
lars... 90,218 00
Salaries—Croton Aqueduct Department,
sixty-five thousand six hundred dol
lars 65,600 00
Salaries—Law Department, thirty thou
sand dollars 30,000 00
Salaries—City Inspector’s Department,
one hundrt d and nineteen thousand
two hundred and twenty-seven dollars 119,227 00
Salaries—City courts, one hundred and
thirty-nine thousand one hundred
and sixty-seven dollars 139,187 00
Salaries -Commissioners of Health, five
thousand three hundred and forty
five dollars 5,345 00
Salaries Fire Department, forty-one
thousand five hundred dollars 41,500 00
Salaries —Board of Assessors, seven thou-
sand dollai a 7,000 00
Salaries —Board of Revision and Correc
tion oi Assessments, three thousand
dollars 3,000 00
Salaries—Unsafe Building Officers, nine
thousand and fifty-nine dollars and
forty-two cents 9,059 42
Sewers—Repairing and cleaning, forty-
six thousand dol are 46,000 00
Society for the Reformation of Juvenile
Delinquents, eight thousand dollars. 8,000 00
Stationery and Blank Books, forty-five
thousand doll a s 45,000 00
Streets—Repaving aud Repairs, one hun-
dred thousand dollarsloo,ooo 00
Supplies for and cleaning Public Offices,
seventy thousand dollars 70,000 00
Volunteer Soldiers’ Family Aid Fund,
Bonds No. 2, Redemption of, five
hundred thousand dollars 500,000 00
Water Pipes and Laying, one hundred
and twenty-nine thousand dollars... 129,000 00
Wharves, Piers and Slips, two hundred
thousand dollars 200,000 00
Wells and Pumps,two thousand five hun-
dred dollars 2,500 00
$7,262,095 74
Deduct, amount of revenues of the Cor
pox ation not otherwise specially
appropriated by law, in pursuance
of the requirements of Section 2. of
chapter 163, of the Laws of 1862,
and Section 1 of chapter 227, of the
Laws of 1863, the same being esti
mated as stated in the Comptrol
ler’s communication to the Board,
of June 1. 1863 (vide Document No.
7, page 16),at twelve hundred thou
sand dollars 1,200,000 00
Total $6,062,095 74
Sec, 4. There shall be and hereby is imposed upon
the eata-es real and personal aforesaid to be raised,
collected and paid into the County Treasury, accord
ing to law, to supply deficiencies in the product of
the levy of the present year, in pursuance of the
Sixth Section of Chapter 293 of the Laws of 1861; also
to supply deficiencies m the product of the levy of the
y< ar one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two, m
pursuance cf the last paragraph of Section One, of
Chapter 108 of the Laws of 1863, a tax of and for the
sum of $535 232 96.
Sec. 5. The Committee on Annual Taxes are hereby
authorized and directed to estimate ana compute tne
taxes imposed by this ordinance, and causa tne same
to be properly set dowh or extended in the several
assessment rolls or tax books; as required by section
25, of chapter 121, of the Laws of 1850: it shall also
be the duty of said committee to cause the items of
said taxes to be carefully added, and to set down
the amount of the same therein, and when com
pleted to deliver the tax books relating to real estate
10 the Clerk of Arrears, in order that the unpaid
water rents of the year 1862 may be entered therein,
as provided by section 10, oi chapter 579, of the Laws
of 1853.
Sec. 6. After the completion of the assessment
rolls or tax bocks, as provided in the pre
ceding section, it shall be the duty of said Committee
oil Annual Taxes to procure from the members of the
Board of Supervisors the proper warrants authoriz
ing and requiring the Receiver of Taxes to
collect the several sums therein mentioned, accord
ing to law, and immediately thereafter to deliver the
said assessment rolls, with the warrants aforesaid
annexed thereto, to the said Receiver of Taxes, at the
same time notifying the Comptroller of the amount
of taxes in each book, in order that he may cause the
proper sum to be charged to the Receiver for collec
tion.
Adopted by the Board of Supervisors September 23,
1863, at thirty-three minutes past four o’clock, P. M.,
by the following vote:
Affirmative— Supervisors Blunt, Briggs, Conner,
Davis, Ely, Little, Purdy, Roche, Shook, Stewart,
Tweed and Weismann—l2.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
Office of the Commissioners of Taxes and )
Assessments, Me. 32 Chambers street. >
New York, January 9, 1864. )
Notice is hereby given that the ASSESSMENT ROLLS
of the REAL ana PERSONAL ESTATE of tne City and
County of New York, for the year 1861. will be open tor
inspection and review from and after MONDAY, January
11 1864, and will remain open till the 30th day of April,
1864, for the correction of errors and the equalization of
the assessments of the aforesaid and Personal Es
tate oi the City and County ot New York. All persons
believing themselves to be aggrieved must make applica
tion to the • lommissioners during the period above men
tioned, in order to obtain the relief provided by law The
Act of 1859 provides that “During the time the books
shall be open to public inspection, as hereinbefore provi
ded, application may be made by any person considering
himself aggrieved by the assessed valuation of his real or
personal estate, to have the same corrected.” If such
application be made in relation to the assessed valuation
of the real estate, it must be male in writing, stating the
ground of objection thereto, and thereupon theCommb
sionexß sha l examine into the complaint, and i r , in their
judgment, the assessment is erroneous, theyshallcau.se
the same tube corrected If such application be made
in relation to the assessed valuation of personal estate,
the applicant shall be examined under oath by the said
Commissioners, who shall be authorized to administer
euch oath, or any of them; and if, in bis or their judg
ment, the assessment is erroneous, they shall cause the
same to be corrected, and iix the amount of such assess
ment as they may believe to be just, and declare their
decision thereon within thirty days after such application
shall have been made to them. No reduction shall be
made by the Board of Supervisors of any assessment on
real and personal estate Imposed unler this act. unless it
shall appear under oath or affirmation, that the party
aggrieved was unable to attend within the period pre
scribed for the correction of taxes, by reason of sickness
or absence from the city.
A. J. WILLI AMSON.) Commissioners
J. W. ALLEN, > of Taxes and
J- W. BROWN, ) Assessments.
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WONDERFUL CURES ARE DAILY EFFCTED,
MODERNInRACLES.
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Memphis, Macomb Co , Mich., Sept 4th, 1862.
Dr. Radway— Dear Sir.- About four years since I wafi
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SORE THROAT, INFLUENZA,
DIPTHERIA CURED,
Islk Valen, Oct 18th, 1853.
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