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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - December 4, 1839, Angelica, New York                                 VOI^UW® MI  Ko. aeree of !àôil by Ass.  FlíBLlSIlSti 1I¥ €. WEABE ism  i^rniBEB m  Equalization by the Board uf Sapervi^oi  Angelieij |Alnioa(i| Atleo, Alfred, Atidover Amity, IBe'faif, Birdsall, I Boiiyar, i Burns, Caoeadea, [Centrevi'Je, Clarksville, [Cuba, Eagle, i Friendihip, Genesee, Grore, Graoger, Hume,  i lodepetidence New Hudson, Nunda |Oii;iau, Porlffgc,  ■ Pike»  tusbfbrd, iStio,  W. Almond Wirt,  21,878 27,731 22,779 26,876 31,313 33,028 21,908 22,840 23,447 15,731 22,454 21,939 20,319 22,174 22,73 7 22,404 22,512 21,383 20,906 21,784 85,353 22,814 25,586 25,662 24,586 21,028  62,910 22,605 22,702  Valuation of by  Assessors.  143,030  88, : 30 32,370 ijfisre  38,228 93,944 33,477 37,693 51,188 63,844 67,412 191,923 29,136 130,299 111,421 160,802 101,565 75,33a 162,324 203,490 89,459 123,^05 393,534 350,500 498,990 313,327 228,840  .......  65,533 93,767  Valuation of re il rsiuie by the Board.  192,000 195.000 114,000 170,000 116,000 218,000 140,000 90,000 80,000 108,000 167,000 160,000 72,000 270,000 130,000 140,000 82,000 88,000 132,000 245,000  165 000 ¡27,000 350 (JQQ  120,000 370,000 322,000 200,000 250,ODO  97,000  115,000  Amt. ofpers. estate  12,866 6,325 300 9,274 205 3,034 720  1,813 11,230 2,330 11,440 27G 2,235 1,700 6,910 (550 180 2,525 6,450 1,900 1,000 a3,i34 6 033 13,500 23,140 19,784 389 4,376 3.175  Amt of real & peis'l. es't.  204,866 200,325 114,300  179,274  116,205 221,034 140,72«» 90,000 81,813 119,230 169 330 171,440 72,276 172 235 131,700 146,910 62,650 88,180 134,.') 25 251.450 166,900 128,000 383.134 126,03.S 383,500 S45.140 219,784 250,389 101,376 118,175  Coiioiy chg's.  334,41  327,00 186,5r 293,63 189,73 360,80 229,70 146,91 133,56 194.63 276,42'. 279,87 118,00 281,16 214,99 239,82 134,95 143.92 919,59 410,46 272,43 208 92 625,40 205,74 626,00 563.39 358,77  408,72 165,49 192,91  Tomo______  charges  734,81  535,1^ 305,17 745,28 468.98 529,72 690,92 406,70 221,98 389,33 722,58 709,64 392,44 767,46 422,94 558,o4 322;19 327,44 454,02 649,40  332.86  556.87 654,64 619,01  1088,59  572,52  495,51 892,20 318,43 381,25  WmSortof ' E S Davis Wen Giflbrd -A—Äi-MtiKvrg"~"—~ B F Greea V Bennet Eoo» fi Nash Isaac G Freemart Eli Gorton E C Young Jona Hoyt j Ezekiel Sanford H W Bullock A F Wilson A S Kingsley Simeon Tlatch  74S,718  4,156,787  4.925,000  185,894  5,110,894 8342,89 10,070,45  a siicn of A S Divan  JResolvedy That vte levy on the difl^rent towns in the county, ichool money equal lo ine amount requirrd by law, and such additional sum ^ Moore  as was voted to be raised by the different towns. VViilel'Larrabee  [Abote is the substauce of a resolution adopted at the meeting of the Board Lawrence Wiika [of Supervisors of Allegany County, in November 1838 and 1839, and below Norman Howob  i» the amount levied on the different unvnseach year.] ' 1838.  Angelica, Almond Alleo Alfred Amity Andovtr BelfaM iJirdsall Burut Bolivar Canaadea Ccntre'ville I Clarksville ^Cuba ; Eagle Friendship Geaesee Grove Granger New Hudson Hume |-iinÌèpeodencft Nunda Ossian Pike Portago Rushford Scio  West Almond Win  Furnished by siate. 143,46 211,71 137,77 •,.032,62 161,95 89..^7 130,95 72,50 118 42 4b,91 132,35  180.42 31,88 I07—  143,37 121,90 59,47 78,10 > 132,29 S  1:54,75  l'j2,7q  150.43 256,97 llN,i>3 275,70 323,90 192,32 Î4l,9ô 103,55 147,52  Raised on 10IV n S.» .  2 b 6,92 211,7.1  137.77 222,62  69,57 260,90 145, llb,4a 190.20 2(i4 70 at)« 84 63.76 187— 145,37 223.23  59.47  420.78 IßS.G.'i 192,70 150 13 513,94 118,92 27.'',70 647.80 192 32 283,92 103,55  Furniahed Hy St aie. 143,46 211,71 137,77 232,62  161.95 89,57  130.96 72,50  118.42 48,91 132,35 180,42 31,88 187—  145,37  145,26 59 47 78.10 132,29 134.75 19270 l.'i0.43 256,97 118,92 275,70 323,90 192,32 141,96 103,55 77,97  1839.  Raised on towns.  Ebenezer Petty VV H Coats E D Moses Joseph Russell S C Wilson  8 76  1 25  7 84  7 57  11 42  21 49 1Ü 57 ill 10  7 24  ^..............ST ATE.ME.NT ......  ^ Of Mcounlsai^ited.by lliè Board of Sup.rvu.r. of .he . ou.ny of Alle..  Ini^Z «e"¡on i,. November, eigthe.. hundred thmy-ninel-  »ho«,ag the amount claimed and the amount uUo.ved. Wh.r« aL an>onM  H^ed Bod bIIob ed is thq  381X15.  same, the atnouoi allowed oniy is eet opposite the  Thaddeus Baker John Simons Garroll Joseph S Crandall ¡PWph Leonard pavidJ Wood Jf'^W Rathbono David Baldwin MitfiiawPCady  H Searl Wtn Root  Aiariib Randolph ^^^Phea C-oliiQs wm Root J«ms9 Matthews \vm Rurdick  Justice i, ~ Am't. Amt. Chg'd.  J tíeth R Critteridso  James Matthews  S S VVheaton 465,24 Tyj  QQ Asa Presipn 236*81 ^^ Clement  97.82 Constables.  264,70 Saml S Wheaion 360,84 Eraslus Baker 31,68 Jabez Cartwright 374— Win D Green I4.> 57 Danl \V Bennet 290,52 Ohvor Champlm 7 IS  llf^,l4SHml Hamiiiou l.-ifi 20.H G Hamilton 264,5»^, VVm Kn-ipp 269.50'Newlon Carter 192.70,1-1,-man Parker 150,43 Henry B Locke 2 68  256,97 C hLi ()m 31> fí rook3  la&per W hite 4 37  Mt-rril B Uako 2 I'i  Jolin Trumaa '¿ iO  Abner B Cote Allen J Stanton Henry W Bullcck Pardon Coltrell 2/36  Augu.stus Langdon . 10 \V Ml Jone» 30 68  Forüea Oliver 29 04  ,J L Juhnston 44 19  John Swift  J I i Windsor 11 90  W D Hammond H Dudley 28 15  R Ashley 3 06  H D Sutton 94 45  Geo Wolrington 7 20_  237 H4 27.*).7 u 647,80 192,32 i>&3.9' 153.5:'  26 19  8 57 10 21  75  7 08 75  5 15 4 71  8 81 7 07  25  4 61  1 49 10 2S  3 15  13 64 1 86 10 40  7 06 8^  3 25  27 13 75  5 63  3 UÜ  2  12 55 5  4 97 2  3 44 3 32 1 42 1 6b  1 74 3 25  49 60 Id b.-ri  9 50 20 41 25 41 31 86 29 24  10 52  8 17 23 47  2 56  1 37  6 09 7 4C 4 13  -1^3-45—TTdB  40 56 ÖÜ 64 4 22, I 72 6 44 13 88 11 64 9 64  6 99 5 99  10 9 20  11 06 8 77  2 2  7 82 5 32 4 44 3 75  Judges.  John Collins Jos iah Utter Ransom Lloyd Wm Hicks Elijah Horton  mif Bounty. James E Mathews Lawrence 1 l)ey James Armstrong JoftlJClark Jabez Burdick Emerunn Maca Jostah Hacket Joseph Knight Nalhl Sanford  18 50 4  8 25 10  15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15  Collins <k Brown panther bounty 2 50 Benj. Simons & SdI. Kawaou 25 00  Miscellaneous. A S Diven Drsi Any 367 42  Packard Brutìc Coroner 17 61  T J Dryer 3  A C Hull Treasurer 18  James C Arnold Crier 31 79  William D Green 150  Dudley tfc Andrews 6 3l  Jesse Bullock Sheriff 848 91  S C Wilson Printing 20 95.  J Lockhart 50  Is.iao C Sholdoi>,Printer 5 70  Thos Carrier Printer 37 OS  S Van Wirfclo Clerk vOl 07  M & D C PoTior Stationary 108,21 A. C. Hull, i reaiurer '. 258,22  Superintendents JPoor. Ezra Smith Itharner Sitiith EI Iii 8 Hull Chuuncey F Clark 41 an son Burr Jniiies Lockhart Su Öainuv.I Major Joshua V'lnceni Benj Aldrich Jairiea Wilson jr Hiram W Boyd James Maihcws Marlin Buti^ Andrew Whitney Stephen Wilson jr Timothy lliggins No?'Il Böwker SainJ M Russell Clark Sandrea Norman Howea Marlin Scott l.-.aau VauNostrand Wni P Laiigworthy do Elisha Scoli Klijati Patridge Silas' Crandia A C Chipman Calvjij Allen Isaac H Consoius Horace Hunt Benj Burlingham 'A J fjyon j Joseph Knight I Jesse B G;bb3 Jonah French Tarbol Gordon County Cnnvasbci UO 1 G Freern.iu Ch'I k for board Sup 54 (U)  I ti 00         107          82          99          41 32          42      ervisor    2 S 00      do    31 00      do    37 0 0      do    35 00      do    31 00      do    35 00      do    37 00      do    36 00      do    36 00      do    33 00      do    35 00      do    34 00      do    36 0(1      dò    36 (10      do    40 00      do    36 00      do    35 00      do    36 ()0      do    33 00      do    42 ()o      do    44 00      do    43 00      do    30 00      do    34 ()ü      do    . 35 00      do    41 00      dû    37 00      do    38 0"      do    Su l u ;      do    37 00 i     Pliysiciaii's cut of the Poor Houst*.  George Ha feti  ^ itiiiic^ i-uuick  ............-  1 B" \fl-ici7& co Welch Davenport <5c co < 'hurlos éc liomd Ahmson Diirr C D Rolitnàou Wm Neilson C F Clark 1 Smith Harvey Miles  Transportation of Pauper». Aelx Keltinger C F Clark & co E Hull Wm Sieveng David Stillman Robert Reed H K Smith Lewis Graves John Ferry James Flanagaa  1 Smith  temporary Helief. John Bellenger Denison Siroeter R Hopper ' H W BiiUock Anson Bigelow Stirnl H Morgan David Scott Thomas Newman Joseph Balconi jr B W Willard -C G Burdick Newbury Eddy Justin Hill Josiah Rice Asa Emery T J Dryer EL za Wilcox Rusbel Fairbanks Mrs Rino Jo.shua Abbott AvBigalow Cyrus Allen Thòmp.son B«H H Lyman W Coiwell Daniel Lawrence S C Clark Jesse Hazel lino Martin Smith (i VVing E T IV'ters FJisha Whippla A VV ick hatn B -^Idrulge A Burr D W Benne» Ezra Smith Franci,s Posilo Russell family Emerson Leo James VV'bite J Guernsey M P C:ady J Moore I Smiih C F Clark K H .j1I  .ArubruSi- S Pixley W m S!cplit;iis     19 00    12      6 00    5          6 62      2 04    2          71 00          30      22 59    50      43 50    23      30 00    10          2 75      8 00    1 50          75          5          1 38      12 00    8 00          16 83      6 GO    3      7 62    C 62          5          6 10          3 <JÛ          7          JO          4 25          12 50          20          1 75          1 81          10          7 96          40          2 8(.)          lü      67 G4    50          26 16          68          60          14          6 51          43 CO          8          10          5          11          24          09 ^ «l'i          3Ü     Deduct fòrreiurucd LaoJa  3  13 74| David Siiliman  on f)::' .^is'iniii'h  G->Jell Asa harrid Jodiah Rice Marmaduke Aldrich Ruasoll Fairbanks Thompson Bell Cyrus Allen Hosea Haskins Anson Bigelow Jamea Flanegin H Lyman Edward Tompkins Philip Wardner Abram Lewis Seth Spicer S C Clark Jesse Hazeltine Isaac Peavy H K Smith Tom Lemmon Elushd Whipplg Rus.sell B.'irns Siimi Wilkina A Estubiookd Levi Simons Rübl Reed J  John Bole ~  7 91 56 11 50 90 00 16 50 22 50 210 26 41  C 24  2 2  7  1 75  2 5 3  8  1 50 3  1 50  1^50  4 00 3 00  10 00  3 75 12 50 7 94  3  Pliysiciaii's cut of the Poor Houst*.  6 i  1 50  4  2 3  3 1 6 2 2  1 50  2 60 1 1 1  1 50  4 00 4 00  2 75  4 00 150 2  3 50 7 7-5  5 1  The whole estimate of contingent expeuses.  Supervisors $1000  Judges, Jurymen and Gonsts. 1100 Treasiirrr 350  Four Fund 1900  (.'ollectofs Fees 500  PrjMiini Bnis SO'  Add^-d for Clerk hire & Stationry 100  Wood and Candles C Oil sis. and Justices Acis. other than Juslieea  and Constables County charges passed in comaiittee of the whole Ccllection for last year Fscessivc lax  50 12,85 24  2,478 10  35 19 291,31-5 oQ  Deduct fòrreiurucd LaoJa  $9142,51 600,00  $0342,51 fin m of Forty  Resolved, That the dollar'* be levif^d and raised on the Co» (<> tuniish cldthing for Cornelius H, Reynolds, a state pupil in the N. Y^ 1 sliiiition for the insuuction of the ■ if if and dumb, foi t-inihleen hiiLdrcd thirty eigl.t aud eighteen hundred and ihiriy^nine, .  Resolved, That the sum of twenty dolíais be levied and raided on the Co. ta fuIni^h clolhinn for the pre>fnt year lui* Chnsli-ina Evel.ne D ^Vid a smte pt;pil ill the New Vork In.stitution for till' blind.  BKNJAMLN BURLINGHAM.  Piebident,  L G. Freeman. Clerk.  43 19 \§ Wilhon printer  1 60 1 81 5 35 1 73  13 92  All'd.     A J Lyon          Reuben Weed          N Coe          Russell Barnes          Avery Rice    19 55      Enos Baldwin    1 05      S C Jones    11 89      JG Collins          Marvin Trail          Wm Windsor    4 08      S M Eddy          Joel I Knapp          Nttihan vyiUjam«    6 40      Wm Gould          Henrv Burt          A E Parker          B Fiizdimmons    10 ro      George Waldroff          Wm Hyde    4 07     33 Johß ppgcn^an  All'd.  3 2 22 79  1 03 61  4 15  2 04 '¿52  56 50 1 44 65 1 18 4 81 1 45  3  33 Johß ppgcn^an  A H Prestcolt 3 94 Richard Whit«  96 J F Abbott 20 40| Austin Manly  5 76^'G T Sanborn 11 37jlL Gould 88.Chester Kellogg  0 48Wm Sorter  9 85'Danforth Johnson 5 90 Norman Randall 3 51 D W Can field  94 Bogardus Merrat 5 53 Jeremiah Sheldon ,6 15 C B Carrington  2 01 Hiram Frisbee  97 John T Wright  3 29EWSuckney 7„60|Nicholas Trimmer  1 flO: Walter Thomas ' 3 57 VVm Giflbrd  0 98'OEias Yalo  14 18  15 39 24 <34  5 62 8  2 87 34 41 11 60 30 83 101 34 62 65  2 66 4 50 20 73  4 37  13 68  11 31 15 21  3 70 80  12 69  4 02  5 00 4  2 68 33 23 10 35 27 84 96 59 60 05 66 26 2 41 1 62 15 90  2 56  3 37  T Carrier  ¿Û-  l C Sheldon do 1-2 00  -Wright & Bullock attendance &zc 3G 00 Isaac G Freeman clerk to make  statements 20 00  Audited by the Superintendents of the Poor.  For the Poor House and Farm.  H irnm Huliday J V W Abbott J W Frcnch Calvin, Allen Ji)-»c[)h Baicomb  P WiMard J^-4m R Hari^horn Uobiniion Cell  .f.'-'-TV,  .Noriiiui) howc.s J P J'T Fu.d do  Caails Marther do <'• H Ci>nu-al do —-do— do  3 s  16 .JU  10 00 -1 t  12 25  10  15 •:.')  'Z'i O'i  1 l ^iö  ;>' )  1  1  VVm Noilson N C Ranney Cbarles Du venport Stniih Davis C M Applebee Ju.'ia Baker David G Davis Asa S Allen Benjamin Spencer Vial Thomas J & A Lock hart Charles J Hurne Richard Charte» A S Diven  3 19  5 00 1 69 23 31  10 73 54 50 22 67  1 50 1 10 9 2 .^) 273 Tu 19 Oit 7 82 87 50  11 g 3  .lobo S moiid DavidJ Wood Juriailmn li Pannala Saml C Jones J P • S S Carroll do Sidney Fri.sby Enos Baldwin JohI 1 Kiuipp J P Wm ti on Id do W Gould & J I Knapp A E Parker J P A J Lyon do S M l'.iidv do 1 L Gauk) const  Over.wers of the Poor. Richard Nofloa 3 00  VI P CH<ly R Hopper lv* '«r Secly J VVe-^icrn  Levi. Bishop - 4 ."iO  1  1         —}-              1                  25          1          3 00    2    25          4              1    •25          2                  75          1          4 03    .1    63          i>              •> A*.          1 00        50          3         4  6 bS 3  tSintiular case ,r/ Bujniny.—A curi-iiU'i ci-e of Dnuiiíy rect-nily ofcurred in tv g <>: 'l'ile otïsMider, Thomas Slianovks, mí)rii<>ii his (irsi wife, Bet-iV^lTiibt-if, at Rrtdí lift", and it appeared iK^it (ht'V lived togrilier oomAnlubl» — It yi-t'ir.s, ii0v,"vi'r, that lu' thought u'l't'lirr vviA' would make his happiness ,ii.d his bou-t-tiMld ci'niplete ; so he ac-rordii.glv d in pttvuiuJifi'i' a  ,.!;,.II, IiOwii: . , (..n. I-:«'.-  j. a|)|it.-<itaijcc, i!uiviii.'Wii i(, iit'f ¡,I;, u- íuü- his •< fo-.d wife,  iuid iliev «tiL- tcartied oil tin? 25;h Ju-  |v I icf Ti «' s'rí'nír'''."'ss>the tra'  lier I'll -.b.i. il ■ . . ■ , ■ -'.I tfd iis h; uifMnaiil. aiiii ¡M-,-i i¡aii \ pwli-id her own weddirig ring froai her fin-¿»PI , and \MTh lh?it_iiri^—lJiii-¿4;<etn«»»y-  WìlS  u cri, „:i til  ]if'r!'i<rinr'd, Wh«än ihe man \ras ■jif'.ried, he üí.J his two wives liviiift vety cDinfor'a ,!y .togelher, f p.iiiiis ap():»ieiiily unavv^te of '.he de^r vJaiioii to wíiirh «fity vverc rc-í^ (iuct'd, foroii the iippreh-^nsion of Shar-ji clis, bis vvive> tlinughl il wad hard ih.il ihiî I'lW »liould interfere with rîieoi ¡I iht^y vvcie e<i(iiforlable. A/ter Shir'» rocks had bf-en coniiiiitted aiid had been H-inovcil to the siatíoii, he vvns vi>'leci by b"th of ii'N "'s *-he fellow ll.j-re borfsted that no man ever bad two bülíer wives at ôiice^ and thai ivheii If i -une back, he iv,>uld itick i() ;!icin l!ir<ii;ijh life and lose his last diep oí blood t:¡ their deicncc.  Hái'i'i.NKfis consista io a virtuous and hoi,ps[ Ilio J ill coiiieul with a  comptieiicy of ouiward thiols «nd iß U6ing tUem t«tuppiatt'}y.   

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