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THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



MCEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK, 



REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN, TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC 
LIBRARY AND OTHER TOWN OFFICERS 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31st, 1881. 




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HYDE PARK: 
TRESS OF THE NORFOLK COUNTY GAZETTE 

1881. 



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OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PAItK, 

For the Y?ar ending March 7, 1881. 



SELECTMEN, AND SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS: 

HENRY C. STARK, D. W. C. ROGERS. J. ELLERY PIPER. 



assessors: 

RANDOLPH P. MOSELEY, JOEL F. GOODWIN. 

JOHN M. TWICHELL. 



OVERSEERS OF THE 1'OOK I 

JOHN TERRY term expires 1883. 

.JOEL F. GOODWIN term expires 1882. 

JOHN M. TWICHELL term expires 1881. 



BOARD OF HEALTH: 

JOHN TERRY, JOEL F. GOODWIN, JOHN M. TWICHELL. 



TOWN CLERK j TOWN TREASURER: 

HENRY B. TERRY. HENRY S. BUNTON. 



COLLECTOR OF TAXES: 

JOSEPH B. QTJIMBY. 

SCHOOL committee: 

EDWARD T. HUMPHREY .... term expires 1883. 

HENRY S. BUNTON term expires 1883. 

EDMUND DAVIS term expires 1^82. 

HENRY H. SMITH tarm expires 1882. 

ANDREW WASHBURN term expires 1881. 

CHARLES G. CHICK ..... term expires 1881. 

SINKING FUND COMMISSIONERS : 

WILLIAM J. STUART ..... term expires 1883. 

HENRY GREW term expires 1882. 

HENRY BLASDALE term expires 1881. 



AUDITORS: 

A. G. MACOMBER, GEORGE B. KERR, ASA J. ADAMS. 



CONSTABLES : 

E. W. MOFFATT, JAMES R. NUTE, WM. H. CUMMINGER, 

WM. JORDAN, DANIEL O'CONNELL. J. MATHEWSON, 

P. J. DONLAN, WM. P. McCOBB. 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES: 

WILLIAM HEUSTIS. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT : 

"WARREN W. HILTON, Chief Engineer. 
C. L. FARNSWORTH and RINALDO WILLIAMS, Assist. Engineers. 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT. 



Fellow Citizens : — 

The Board of Selectmen have the honor to present here- 
with for your consideration their report of the receipts and 
expenditures for the financial year ending January 31, 1881, 
in connection with the reports of the different departments 
of the Town Government, viz : School Committee, Town 
Clerk, Town Treasurer, Tax Collector, Commissioners of the 
Sinking Fund, Superintendent of Police, Engineers of the 
Fire Department, Trustees of the Public Library, and 
others. 

In our expenditures we have endeavored to keep within 
the appropriations, so far as could be done in justice to the 
town and its citizens, ever keeping in mind that such an 
amount of present economy as is consistent with the future 
welfare is what was most desired ; and we invite your care- 
ful examination of the accounts hereto appended. 

SCHOOLS. 

The management of the schools and school buildings are 
under the supervision of the School Committee, with the 
exception of insurance, which was paid for from the inci- 
dental appropriation. 

HIGHWAYS. 

This appropriation was the only one over which this Board 
had any control, where the expenditures exceed the amount 
originally appropriated, which was in consequence of the 
bridges being in a much poorer condition than was antici- 
pated. However, we can say to you that the bridges in 
Hyde Park are now in excellent condition, with the exception 
of one in the Clarendon Hills District, which would have 
been repaired were it not for the extreme early frost which 
prevented. 



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The Fairmount avenue bridge has been repaired at heavy 
cost. The sidewalks, being the same as when the bridge 
was first built, were found badly decayed, requiring new 
timbers and planking, new iron work, and worn out iron to 
be replaced by new. The iron frame-work was carefully 
inspected, set up, and painted under the floors. The car- 
riage-way having been renewed the previous year, it was 
not deemed necessary to remove it at this time ; and we feel 
that what what has been done has been of the most thorough 
description. 

The Central Park avenue bridge was also thoroughly re- 
paired by planking the entire road-way, and strengthened 
by the insertion of new floor timbers. The Bridge street 
bridge may be said to have been rebuilt with the exception of 
the piers, which were found in good condition. The River 
street bridge at Readville has been rebuilt in the most 
thorough manner, and will last some years. This large 
outlay on bridges, which it would have been criminal to 
neglect, required so large an amount of this appropriation, 
that we asked for the transfer of the unexpended balance of 
the amount appropriated for State and County tax, which 
was granted. In regard to the streets and sidewalks, we 
must say that they are not in as good condition as we would 
like to see them, nor as they ought to be, but we have done 
the best we could with the means at hand, and think that, as 
a whole, they compare favorably with those of adjoining 
towns, but will need prompt attention the coming spring. 
We will take this occasion to say that, in our opinion, the 
very small average highway appropriation for the past three 
years has been inadequate. The streets, having received 
any considerable outlay in addition to the general repairs, 
were River and Business streets. River street, nearly all 
the way from Huntington avenue to the Boston line, re- 
quired to be heavily gravelled to cover ashes used the prev- 
ious year. Business street was raised by a fill of nearly 
three feet across the low land, with gravel from the church 
lot on Oak street, and is now in good condition for travel. 

The worn state of the sidewalks called for large quantities 
of gravel, which have been applied where most needed, and 
placed in as good condition as the means at our command 
would warrant. These, with the general repairs, and the 
unusual amount of snow and ice, have entirely used up this 
appropriation. 



RAILROAD CROSSINGS. 

"With reference to the long-needed crossings over the 
Boston and Providence railroad at Eeadville and Clarendon 
Hills, we have only to say that, by request of citizens im- 
mediately interested, this Board petitioned the County Com- 
missioners, praying them to lay out and decree the same at 
grade. In the case of that at Clarendon Hills, our petition 
was dismissed, and in that of Eeadville, we have no notice 
us yet of any definite action on the part of said County Com- 
missioners ; but we still hope for the best, deeming it a 
matter of great importance to the town, and one in which all 
should feel a deep interest. 

COASTING . 

One of the by-laws of this town reads as follows : — 

" Coasting on any of the public streets of the town is prohib- 
ited, except upon such streets as the selectmen shall designate 
each year by public notice." 

Considering the fact that, if permission is granted under 
this by-law, allowing coasting upon any of the public streets, 
the town becomes liable for any or all damages which might 
be caused by accident or otherwise, this Board did not care 
to assume so grave a responsibility. Therefore, notices 
were posted forbidding the same, notwithstanding which, 
parties disregarding this order, persisted in the violation of 
this by-law to such an extent as to cause great complaint on 
the part of many citizens, as well as people residing outside 
of our limits. And it coming to our knowledge that several 
persons had been knocked down, besides numerous other 
narrow escapes from injury, we felt obliged to interfere, and 
put a stop to coasting so far as possible, at least in the most 
dangerous places. And, as it is the opinion of many citi- 
zens that our by-laws should be revised, we respectfully call 
your attention to the same, suggesting a change in this one, 
either making it more peremptory, thereby relieving the 
selectmen of the responsibility of deciding whether coasting 
should be permitted or not, or taking some action looking 
to the provision of a safe and suitable place, where the 
younger portion of our community can enjoy this (to them) 
so much desired amusement. 



POLICE. 

In the organization of this department D. W. C. Rogers 
was appointed Superintendent of Police, and for particulars 
concerning police affairs we refer to his report, herewith 
enclosed. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

We think it proper to call your especial attention to that 
part of the Engineer's report referring to a water supply, 
whole sections of the town being unprovided for in case 
of lire. 

For information relative to other departments we refer to 
the several reports (herewith presented), under their re- 
spective heads. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY C. STARK, 
D. W. C. ROGERS, 
J. ELLERY PIPER, 

Selectmen of Hyde Park. 

Hyde Park, Mass., January 31, 1881. 



:r:e:po:r-t of 
THE SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE 



To the Board of Selectmen : — 

Gentlemen : — Having received the appointment as Super- 
intendent of the Hyde Park Police Department for the year 
ending March 7, 1881, I now have the honor to report. In 
so doing, justice to all would seem to demand more than a 
passing notice. In the light of previous experience, I con- 
sidered that the best interests of the town called for the 
appointment of a police force, which should be properly 
organized, and the officers to be under pay ; instead of being- 
appointed to serve without pay, as heretofore ; a change 
which I believed would serve to make the department more 
efficient, and more to be relied upon in time of need than has 
been the case in years gone by. Such a course appeared to 
me to be a necessity, as well as the desire of the citizens, 
plainly expressed by them in a more liberal appropriation 
than of late years. Therefore, I so advised your Board, who, 
acting upon this advice, appointed nine officers ; when, de- 
siring to utilize, so far as practicable, the constabulary force 
in this department, four of the seven constables were as- 
signed to the police service ; thus creating a department of 
thirteen officers, one being night watchman, all under 
rules and regulations adopted by your Board for their 
government. Twelve of these officers, being men necessarily 
engaged in other pursuits, were not expected to give much 
of their time, other than evenings, Sundays, holidaj^s, &c, 
to police duty, (unless an emergency should require more) , 
and circumstances having deprived the town of the services 
of one who had performed those duties as day officer for 
several years, it became necessary to employ another, who 
should be centrally located, and who could give his undivided 
attention to the business. Such an officer was found in 
William P. McCobb, who came to us with the best of recom- 



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mendations, nlWing' had' seveirjl year§ tixpferfeil&e iw tih& 
Boston Police? Department, where officers-,, high in rank,, 
give him a character as- an officer, and as a msm r of which he- 
may well feel j>i<oiid.- I most heartily bear testimony: 
to the faithful ami gfgfcdeiit 1 manner in which be* has per- 
formed all the duties* of his* office, under the mos-t tlisagree-- 
able and trying circiwistanc.es;. The serving of precepts- 
against parties for violation- o#tbe IspEOF laws: in mo&l case.f 
have conic under his per&mm* super virion, and- in on)y one 
instance ha* he erred, and tihsu hut iceEisicstllY-.- Yet, such 
is the feeling the attempt to anHbi-ceihi* law has engendered 
against him, by this class of eit?i«ensythaty rUsking, advantage 
of his only error,) they, appareM#y- in a spirit of retaliation,- 
bring suit against, him, alleging ^h-^ages- sMstaiiied, greatly 
magnifying the offence, &c. Ai$$ I regret tbat such an 
element could find in this town, any ©Me oil prominence, who* 
eared so little for our good name, tm$ ss©> ibr sympathized' 
with them, as to take up a case of that Mttoire, ansl prosecute 
it, in the way it was done in this case, against o$ker>s whose 
offence was go slight, and whose onlj' purpose was to 
enforce the laws hi duty to all, and with maMeetewaKl none. 
And although nmeh has been done by Chkf MsCobb, and 
other officers., in this line of duty ; the results aar&- net what I 
at one time anticipated ; but through no fault ©f t\m officers ;-' 
the responsibility of that failure resting with s& citizen en- 
tirely outside of, and beyond the control of this, department.- 
This statement is necessarily made more in detail than it 
otberwise would have been, by reason of the manifest* dispo-- 
.sitkm on the part of a few disaffected ones, to fal&ify and 
misrepresent ; using the press, as well as other means- for so' 
doing; notably among which was the "Boston Journal," and 
the local paper ; both of which published statements anything, 
but the truth, and which could have no other effect than to- 
deceive the citizens more or less to the injury of this de- 
partment. These parties apparently combining with a class 
who always oppose any and all police surveillance, and who 
have stubbornly resisted, and tried in every way to baffle all 
eCorts made on the part of this department, to enforce the 
laws, and to maintain peace and good order in our to.wn. 
And all who have been conversant with the duties devolving 
upon the officers during .the past ten months, must be well 
aware of the many difficulties under which the}'" have been 
obliged to labor. Nevertheless, I am glad to certify to the 



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general good conduct of the officers, and to the perfect har- 
mony existing among the members of the present organiza- 
tion ; and I feel safe in asserting that better order now 
prevails in our town than when this force was organized. 
And I trust that whoever has the honor to be at the head of 
this department another year, will try to improve on this 
administration, as I have tried to improve on the past. 

I herewith append a record, showing in part the work of 
this department since June 1, 1880; although the duties to 
which the police have been called during that time are not, 
nor can they be, wholly recorded. 

Whole number of arrests made on various charges .... 80 

Classified as follows: — 

For assault with attempt to commit rape ...... 1 

Assault and battery . . . . . . . . . 13 

Intoxication . . . . . . . ... . 16 

Tramps ............ 11 

Assault on an officer ......... 2 

Larceny ........... 3 

Refusing to assist an officer ........ 1 

Insanity ........... 1 

Rescuing a prisoner ......... 1 

Common drunkard ......... 1 

Vagrancy ........... 1 

Adultery ........... 1 

Receiving stolen property ........ 1 

Twenty-seven complaints have been made against persons for vio- 
lation of the liquor laws, on which fines and costs have been 
imposed by the courts and collected, (with several cases not yet 

disposed of,) amounting to $470 02 

Fines and costs imposed on other cases ..... 140 00 

In addition to the above, 123 travellers have been entertained in the 
lock-up over night, being discharged the following day. 

The record of a few arrests made previous to the organization of this 
department I am unable to give. 
Number of officers now on the force, including the Chief of Police . 12 

Respectfully submitted. 

D. W. C. ROGERS, 

Superintendent of Police. 
Hyde Park, Mass., January 31, 1881. 



ENGINEERS' REPORT. 



Engineer's Room, H. P. F. Department, 
Hyde Park, Feb. 1, 1881. 

To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : — 

Gentlemen: — Inlaying before you our annual report 
for the year ending January 31, 1881, it gives usnmch satis- 
faction to state that the department is in excellent condition, 
with one exception, and, as for members, never was better. 

What is needed most in the department is more hose. 
We herewith give a statement of the hose we now have. 



Kind. 


Feet in Length. 


When Purchased. 


Condition. 


Cotton. 

Leather. 

i < 

it 
<< 

t < 


1,300 
1,000 
600 
800 
800 
500 


1879 
1876 
1875 
1874 
1872 
Previous to 1872. 


Excellent. 

Poor. 

Good. 

Poor. 

Very poor. 

Almost worthless. 



All the leather hose, except the six hundred feet bought 
in 1875, is unreliable, and this will become so soon. 

At almost every fire our efficiency is greatly lessened by 
the bursting of hose. It will be seen that we have only 
1900 feet of reliable hose in the department, and we earn- 
estly request the town to appropriate a sum of money for the 
purchase of hose. We would recommend cotton hose in 
preference to any other. 

We have been obliged to exceed the appropriation some 
$450. In our estimation, the department cannot be kept up 
to its present standard less than $3,800 per annum. It must 
be kept in mind that our steamers are getting old, and re- 



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quire more repairing every year. In a short time they will 
require new boilers ; but in our judgment they are good for 
another year at least. 

We have now in the department two steamers, two hose 
carriages, one hook and ladder carriage, all in good repair ; 
and hose as above described. 

We earnestly hope that the town will provide a water 
supply for fire purposes in Fairmount, Sunnyside, and Clar- 
endon Hills districts. 

We will take this opportunity to heartily thank each and 
every member ot the department, for their gentlemanly con- 
duct and prompt response to every call. 

You will find with this report a list of alarms and fires, also 
the officers and number of men belonging to each company. 

WARREN W. HILTON, 

Chief Engineer. 

C. L. FARNSWORTH, 
" RINALDO WILLIAMS, 

Assistant Engineers. 



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OFFICERS AND NUMBER OF MEN. 



The following is a list of officers of the several companies, 
together with the number of men in the employ of the depart- 
ment : — 



Goodwill Steam Fire Engine Co., No. 1. 

W. H. DARLING, Foreman. 

WILLIAM MATTHEWS, Assistant Foreman. 

J. E. RADFORD, Clerk and Treasurer. 

II. E. HUNT, Engineman, and eleven men. 



Rough and Readt Steam Fire Engine Co., No. 2. 

B. F. GUPTILL, Foreman. 

A. L. BOYNTON, Assistant Foreman. 

L. F. UPHAM, Clerk. 

EDWARD F. MOORE, Treasurer. 

W. H. CUMMINGER, Engineman, and eleven men. 



Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1. 

G. E. CARLTON, Foreman. 
WILLIAM M. WISWALL, Assistant Foreman. 
WILLIAM F. RADFORD, Clerk and Treasurer, and 
ei^ht men. 



Number of Firemen , . . 41 



JOSHUA WILDER, Steward of the Department. 



t)ET AILHD 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES. 



SCHOOLS. — Teachers' Salaries. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid John F. Elliot .... $1,55500 

Miss Minnie C. Clark ... 585 00 

Miss Mary M. Coleman ■ . . . 585 00 



ADVANCED GRAMMAR CLASS. 

Paid Miss Esfcelle M. Hatch 

BLAKE SCHOOL. 

Paid Henry F. Howard .... 81,17000 

Miss Annie L. Howe ... 444 00 

Miss J. Gertrude Tilton . . . 202 06 

Mrs. Matilda H. Gushing . . . 120 00 

Miss Ella J. Stocking ... 88 00 

Miss Annie L. Eddy ... 209 50 

Miss Hattie M. H. Darling . . 200 00 

Miss Jennie S. Hammond . . . 444 00 

Miss Helen A. Perry . . . 434 50 

Miss Margaret E. Bertram . . 8 00 

Miss Emma A. Cochran ... 4 00 



£2,725 00 



300 00 



DAMON SCHOOL. 




Paid Edward W. Cross . ■ . 


. $1,170 00 


Miss Lizzie D. Bunker 


444 00 


Miss Julia E. Donovan 


444 00 


Miss Sarah A. Crosby 


444 00 


Miss Alice E. Gage 


200 00 


Miss Alice B. White 


417 50 


Miss Margaret E. Bertram 


283 00 


Miss Mary E. Bowen 


200 00 


Miss Dora F. Hastings 


4 00 



3,324 06 



3,606 50 



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GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 



Paid J. Langclon Curtis . 


$1,170 00 


Miss Lucy S. Currier 


92 00 


Miss Harriet J. Folsom 


444 00 


Mrs. Matilda H. Cashing 


98 00 


Miss Agnes L. Adams 


402 50 


Miss Mary E. Libby 


90 00 


Miss Alice E. Gage 


207 50 


Miss Ellen M. Farnsworth 


300 00 


Miss Susie E. Swallow 


4 00 


©REW SCHOOL. 




Paid Franklin H. Dean 


$1,170 00 


Miss Fannie J. Emerson 


444 00 


Miss Lucina Dunbar 


444 00 


Miss Mary Morey 


422 00 


Miss Martha A. Alexander 


444 00 


Miss Genevieve Brainard 


444 00 


Miss Florence E. Leaclbeater 


404 56 


Miss Lelia E. Perry 


419 00 



!,808 00 



4,191 56 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 

Paid Miss Mary E. Kogers 



434 50 



MUSIC. 



Paid Henry J. Whittemore 



400 00 



$17,789 62 



FUEL AN© JANITORS. 

Paid S. B. Balkam, 200 tons coal at $5.95 $595 00 
James W. Bean, services inspector of 

coal 5 00 

S. B. Balkam, 18 cords pine wood, at 

$5.90 106 20 

S. B. Balkam, 2 cords oak wood, at 

$6.90 13 80 



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J. B. Carter, 1 cord wood 
McAvoy & Co., 1 cord pine wood 
Robert Scott, jr., janitor, High and 

Grew Schools 
George James, janitor, Blake School 
Albert C. Clapp, janitor, Damon School 
John P. Emery, janitor, Greenwood 
School .... 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation 
By amount expended from the income of 
the Massachusetts School Fund 



$7 

6 

1 


00 
50 






300 

L 150 
I 150 


00 

00 
00 






L 

150 


00 


$1,483 


50 




i 






£19,273 


12 


$19,000 00 






273 


12 


$19,273 


12 



EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Paid Miss Sybel G. Brown, teaching 
Miss Sarah E. Brown, teaching 
Mrs. Achsa M. Merrill, teaching 
A. C. Clapp, janitor .... 

George James, janitor .... 

A. C. Clapp, labor and material fitting room 
American Shade Roller Co., curtains and fixtures 
J. S. Paine, chairs 
S. R. Moseley, advertising 
Thomas Cobbett, locks and keys 
James B, Fall, lamps and fixtures 
Peabody & Co., oil 

George James, labor . . . 

Mark E. Noble, books for teachers' use 
C. P. Vaughan, clock 



Cr. 



By amount of appropriation 
Balance unexpended 



$80 00 
48 00 
40 00 
16 00 
8 00 
29 93 
12 93 
12 50 

6 50 
3 70 

7 25 

2 95 

3 30 
15 50 

4 50 



$291 06 



1,000 00 
$708 94 



EXPENDITURES FROM INCOME OF THE MASSACHU- 
SETTS SCHOOL FUND. 

Paid on account of teachers' salaries 

Knight, Adams & Co., books for supplementary 

reading. 
William Ware & Co., books for supplementary 

reading 
Cowperthwait & Co., books fbr supplementary 

reading ...... 

M. W. Tewksbury, books for supplementary 

reading ....... 

Clark & Maynard, books for supplementary 

reading ....... 

J. A. Paine, cases for supplementary readers 
Boston School Supply Co., books for supplemen 

tary reading ...... 

Reuben Corson, delivering supplementary readers 

£375 15 



$273 


12 


24 


30 


17 


55- 


19 


35 


18 


11 


7 


22 


9 


73 


3 


77 


j 2 


00 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS, 

Paid Quincy Dyer, hardware and supplies . , $16 42 
Boynton & Rogers, repairs on furnaces, &c, and 

supplies ....... 92 15 

Boston School Supply Co., school supplies . 166 55 

S. B. Balkam, lumber . . . . . 21 67 

H. T. Johnson & Co., ink . 6 78 
J. L. Hammett, school supplies . .. . • 25 20 

C. P. Vaughan, clocks and repairs . . . 25 75 
George S. Wheeler, piano and tuning „ . 165 50 
Ryan's Express, expressing .... 14 50 
Oscar F. Howe, mats ..... 5 55 
Knight, Adams Co., books . . . 38 27 

D. Lothrop & Co., primary reading ... 9 49 
" The Nursery," primary reading . . . 14 35 
Thomas Cobbett, locks and keys ... 4 25 
J. H. Tuckerman, repairs on furniture . . 6 36 
Ward & Oay, stationery ..... 72 35 



21 



Paid S. R. Moselcy, printing and advertising 

M, R. Warren, stationery ...... 

L, H. Russell, repairs and material 

David Higgins, repairs, &c. , 

L. C. Swett, Jr., furniture and repairs 

'8. R. Swett, painting ........ 

William Ware & Co., books and charts 
Charles Haley, repairs on buildings 
Little, Brown & Co., revised statutes and supple- 
ments . ■ . o • \. ■ . 

•Lee & Shepard, books 

S. P. Blodgett, postage ,, . > , 

.A. S. Palmer & Co., labor and material 

Charles E. Palmer, repairing blackboards, and 

material 
D. Appleton & Co., books , 

A. C. Clapp, labor and material 
-Joseph Hill, glazing .. ' „ 

George James, cleaning and sundries 
<G. Lappen & Co., mats . . „ . . 

New England School Furnishing 'Co., furniture 

and supplies . 

Rand, Avery & Co., paper ...... 

R. Scott, Jr., cleaning and labor 

M. Sanson, pens ...... 

Joel F. Goodwin, ascertaining names and ages of 
children, &c. . . . 

'G. W. Hanscom, labor and material 
Adams Express Co., expressing 
Mark E. Noble, books furnished indigent schol- 
ars ........ 

H. C. Chamberlain, ribbon for diplomas 

Isaac Bullard, tuning piano . .. . . 

Reuben Corson, moving settees -and expressing 
H. J. Whittemore, manuscript music 
.J. F. Mooar, filling diplomas, two years 
•J. H. Daniels, diplomas . . . . 

-James McNabb, cleaning privy vaults, &e. 
•J,, F. Peppeardj labor 



>163 


25 


5 


20 


5 


50 


14 


48 


33 


75 


1 


25 


23 43 


11 


45 


-6 


70 


18 


37 


7 


46 


31 


45 


149 


25 


5 


17 


150 


71 


19 


12 


35 


75 


12 


00 


130 


02 




50 


108 


89 


2 


75 


30 


25 


■63 


73 




30 


108 


75 


9 


61 


2 


00 


41 


15 


•5 


94 


.28 


50 


40 


00 


29 


80 


1 


00 



22 



Pale! diaries Sturtevant, M. D., vaccinations and cer- 
tificates, for four years . 

Thomas Sweeney, removing ashes 

Cornelius Clary, removing ashes 

C. H. Crumetty use of well . 

Frank ML Colby, oil, &e. ...... 

J. G. Hamblin, Jr., painting roof school building 

Andrew D. Rooney, pointing wall aronnd High 
School grounds . . . y . 

John Cox, expressing . 

John Hart, work on High School grorands 

Boston Transcript Co., advertising 

J. A. Paine, work and material', High and Everett 
Schools ...... 

S. P. Grossman, slating High School building 

Brown & Terry, insurance on school books 

James Patterson;, lronch furnished candidates at 
examination of teachers . 

F. A. Perry, painting and glazing . 

J. P. Emery, cleaning and labor 

Hopkinson & Harden,, mats . 

Roberts Brothers, plants &r graduation exercises 

N. T. Cottelle, training pianos ........ 

B=. H. Hardy & C®>. T ©onesete walk and labor at 
Grew School ...... 

Lothrop Holder Co. r blacifeboard erasers 

Jerry Corbett,, work on; Grew School grounds 

Willard Small, books . .. .. 

A. Worcester & Sony floor brushes 

J. S. Paine, desk ., . 

F. W. Barry, ink ....... 

Edmund Davis, services as Clerk of Board 

H. C Stark, repairs on fusnaces, buildings and 
material ..... 

Thomas Hall, electric batteries . .. . 

James B. Fall, repairs on pumps,. &e. 

J. X>. Curtis, book racks ...... 

Cowperthwait & Co., books for indigent scholars* 

Andrew Fisher,, stationery . 



$5 


35 


8 


00- 


13 


00' 


8 


00 


7 


OS 


23 


75 


57 


50? 


4 


40 


52 


50' 


2 


00 


64 


37 


10 


01 


4 


00' 


4 


oo 


4 


75> 


37 


60 


19 


17/ 


3 


00 


6 


50 


% 10 


oo 


12 


oo 


5 


0O 


7 


80 


5 


00' 


28 


OO 




60 


100 


00* 


129 


IT 


4 


0O 


8 


30; 


1 


80 


28 


70 


2 


85> 



23 

Paid Sanford & Run nells, oil . . . . . S3 11 

Look wood, Brooks & Co., books and stationery 12 95 

George 11. Ellis, printing .... 4 15 

Palmer & Graham , i;g saws .... 50 
H. F. Howard, travelling expenses looking up 

teacher ....... 3 45 



.795 02 



Cit. 
By amount of appropriation . . . $2,000 00 

By amount transferred from appropriation 

for schools ..... 1,000 00 



INCIDENTALS. 



3,000 00 



Balance unexpended .... . $204 98 



Paid William Gaston, legal services . . . $400 00 

J. E. Cotter, " " and costs . . 510 80 

Asa French, " ... 5 00 

J. P. Healey " " ... 5 00 

Edmund Davis, ' ; u ... 93 00 

C. G. Chick, " ." ... 80 00 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Co., gas and lighting 

street lamps ....... 799 25 

Globe Gas Light Co., repairs and lighting street 

lamps ........ 1,214 32 

II. C. Stark, pipe, labor, and repairs . . 64 91 

J. Patterson, refreshments . . . . 45 00 

M. R. Warren, blank books, stationery, &c, . 7 60 

Ward & Gay, » kt " . 37 83 

A. Fisher, " " " 29 51 

D. B. Brooks & Co., ink ..... 3 25 
Boston Daily Advertiser Co., advertising . . 13 50 
R. M. Pulsifer & Co., advertising ... 20 00 
F. C. Graham, repairs on hearse and returning 

deaths . . . . . . . 157 75 



24 



Paid S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising 
Lyman Rhodes & Co., printing 
S. P. Blodgett, stamps . ' . 

G. L. Richardson, plans and survejs 
Spring, Robinson & Co., repairs 

A. W. Wright, rent of town offices 
Brown & Terry, insuranee 

C. M. Chapin u 

Henry A. Day, t6 „ 

Milton Clark, " . 

Thomas Cobbett, keys, &e. 

R. Corson, expressage 

John Cox, " . 

Ryan & Co., " . 

Thomas Murray, labor 

William Heustis, distributing town reports 

C. P. Vaughan, repairing clock 

Dr. J. C. French, services in Kennedy case 

Little, Brown & Co., book 

George Tacey, labor and stock 

0. Lappen & Co., paper basket, &c. 

Francis Morandi & Son, cuspadore 

J. B. Quimby, ease drawers, chair, &c. 

S. A. Davis, posting notices 

Frank M. Colby, lamp post and setting 

John Graham, setting lamp post 

T. H. May hew, two awnings 

S. B. Balkam, thirty-four tons egg coal 

Morris & Ireland, repairs on safe 

William P. McCobb, serving notices 

J. A. Paine, labor and material 

H. S. Bunton, cash paid out 

Henry D. Noyes & Co., Boston Directory 

B. F. Bennett, cash books . 

J. F. Goodwin, making cop}^ of valuation 
J. Corbett, wood . 

Albert Davenport, damages 
Boston School Supply Co., paper 



book 



$564 


75 


7 


00 


11 


25 


35 


00 


3 


15 


166 


67 


257 


50 


120 


00 


85 


50 


78 


75 


4 


62 


17 


70 




25 




55 


1 


50 


5 


00 


1 


00 


20 


00 


2 


50 


3 


50 


1 


67 




75 


13 


75 


1 


50 


2 


50 




50 


24 


00 


198 


90 


3 


00 


3 


00 


11 


28 


1 


09 


5 


00 


13 


50 


25 


.00 


24 


75 


20 


00 


2 


95 



25 



Paid H. B. Terry, obtaining, recording and returning 
births, marriages and deaths 
J. B. Quimby, collecting taxes 
J. Johnston, repairs .... 



By amount of appropriation 
Balance unexpended 



Cr. 



$111 


05 


577 


60 


1 


20 


$5,915 


90 


6,000 


00 



$84 10 



HIGHWAYS. 



Paid M. Lynch, labor 

John Hane}^, " 

M. Loftus, " 

J. H. Shafton, " 

M. Maguire, " 

John Russell, '• 

B. Roak, " 

Wm. Sweeney, " 

John Lennon, u 

John Conroy, " 

M. Griffin, " 

George Roak, " 

P. McNamara, " 

Con. Sullivan, " 

P. Onsidine, " 

Luke May, " 

Patrick Burke, " 

G. Duggan, " 

T. A. Donovan, " 

Frank Shedd, " 

M. McCarty, " 

John Collins, " 

H. MeGinley, " 

John Donovan, " 

John Monahan, " 



$0 63 


26 


00 


2 


63 


3 


75 




94 


3 


75 


2 


18 


5 


00 




94 




94 


37 


37 


3 


75 




94 




94 




94 


2 


18 


2 


50 


5 


63 


5 


62 


1 


75 


1 


88 


1 


88 


54 


50 


2 


50 


2 


18 



26 



Paid Thomas Dolan, labor 
A. McGovern, " 
John Gill, " 

William Shea, " 
Patrick Sweeney, " 
William Kelley, " 
Thomas Brown, " 
Wm. Graham, " 
John Murray, " 
James Rooney, " 
David Bany, " 
R. Barry, " 

M. Cannon. " 

J. P. Carroll, " 
W. J. Graham, " 
M. Hurley, " 

A. P. Collins, " 
L. W. Lord, " 
Edw. Sheehan, " 
James Collins, " 
Thos. McGowan, " 
John Dunn, " 
John Dunn, 2d, " 
P. McDonough, " 
James O'Reiley, " 
Con. Cleary, " 

B. McMasters, " 
J. Curley, " 
Thomas Gateley, " 
James Fife, " 
P. McCarty, " 
John Jenkins, " 
Richard Stanley, " 
P. Donohoe, " 
Henry Fletcher, " 
R. Wallace, " 
Thomas Meegan, " 
Peter Rooney, " 
Owen McMahon, " 



$3 


75 


2 


50 


1 


88 


2 


50 


7 


50 


3 


00 




63 


9 


50 


17 


50 


2 


18 


2 


50 


1 


25 


26 


04 


102 


25 


7 


00 


2 


50 


18 


75 


1 


00 


9 


50 


1 


25 


44 


18 


2 


50 


1 


25 


12 


50 


5 


37 


35 


75 


18 


75 


7 


50 


25 


50 


14 


00 


28 


12 


12 


00 


13 


50 


13 


50 


2 


25 


29 


62 


47 


62 


27 


00 


19 


50 



27 



Paid F. Mahoney, lebor 
Edw. O'Connell, " 
John Regan, " 

J. Keenan, " 

T. McCarty, " 
Patrick Welch, " 
A. D. Rooney, " 
William Donlan, " 
E. Horn, " 

Patrick Trainor, " 
A. Galligan, " 
M. McDongal, '* 
John Bo wen, " 
J. Collins, " 

M. Conneiff, " 

W. F. Davi3, " 
John Murray, 2d, " 
John Haney, Jr., " 
Thomas Murray, " 
Patrick Clancy, " 
Franklin Stone, " 
T. F. Joyce, k < 
J. McMahon, " 
Robert Edson, " 

A. C. Clapp, " 
Daniel Feehan, " 

B. H. Hardy, » 
Patrick Rooney, " 
James McNabb, " 
Thomas Rooney, " 
J. N. Bullard, " 
J. W. Bean, " 
J. Corrigan, " 
M. Rogers, " 
John Downey, "■ 
John Donohoe, " 
Thos. Corrigan, " 
Patrick Brennan, " 
Martin O'Brien, " 



$22 50 

7 50 

17 62 

16 12 

17 25 
10 50 
39 00 
15 75 

1 25 

4 50 

6 00 

1 25 

12 00 

15 75 

15 64 

3 00 

9 38 

12 37 



75 

25 

50 

50 

00 

00 

00 

75 

2 00 

41 16 

39 75 

129 74 

11 70 

61 40 

67 74 

95 24 

35 13 

25 50 

186 50 

54 00 

24 00 



28 



Paid D. W. Phipps, labor 
Thos. Sweene3 r , " 

E. McKenna, " 
James Fleming, " 
Owen Hughes, " 
McAvoy & Co., " 
A. Raymond, use of horses, &c. 
R. Corson, " " 
J. B. Carter, " " 
Rinalclo Williams, repairs on bridges, &c. 
W. A. Mason, " " 

David Higgins, '• " 

Thomas P. Swift, " " 

S. B. Balkam, lumber 

J. F. Paul & Co., " . 

William Pope & Sons, lumber 

D. W. Lewis, drain pipe 

Quincy D}'er, nails, spikes, &c. 

Frye, Phipps & Co., nails, spikes, &c. 

J. Johnston, iron 

K. Curley, iron and blacksmith work . 

T. H. Malcolm, iron and blacksmith work 

Dodge, Gilbert & Co., bolts &c. 

S. McKenzie, plough handles, &c. 

Real Estate and Building Co., gravel . 

F. A. Perry, painting 

G. L. Richardson, surveying, &c. 
Ryan & Co., espressage, 



Cr. 
By amount of appropriation . . $3,000 00 

By amount transferred from State and 

Countv tax 734 20 



$508 56 
53 70 
59 25 
31 50 
51 75 

16 50 
34 50 

17 50 
5 25 

178 32 

1 00 
5 85 

43 40 
426 97 

94 36 
171 39 

2 77 
22 12 
15 00 

1 93 
51 50 

5 40 
26 75 

2 75 
15 00 
26 29 
82 50 

2 05 



,733 56 



$3,734 20 



Balance unexpended 



*0 64 



29 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



Paid Goodwill Engine Co., No. 1, pay roll 

Rough and Ready Engine Co., No. 2, pay roll 
Norfolk Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1 
R. Corson, use of horses at fires, etc. 
Joshua Wilder, services as steward, and cash 
out ...... 

W. H. Cumminger, engineman, and repairs 
Herbert E. Hunt .... 

Warren W. Hilton, engineer (May 1, 1880) 

C. L. Farnsworth, " " 

J. W. Bean, " " 

Rinaldo Williams, " (Nov. 1.) 

TV. W. Hilton, " 

C. L. Farnsworth, " " 

S. B. Balkam, ^;oal 

Boston Gas Light Co., coal 

C. W. Brewster & Son, repairs 

T. H. Malcolm, . " 

Bishop & Bro. . . " 

E. H. Brainard, . . " 
W. W. Hilton, 
H. J. Somes, . . " 
Cole Bros. . . " 
J. Johnston, . . " 
James Boyd & Sons, " 
S. McKenzie, . . " 
Boynton & Rogers, . " 
Spring & Robinson, . " 
L. F. Upham, painting and lettering, 

F. M. Colby, refreshments, oil, etc. 
American Fire Hose Mfg. Co., 4 fire hats, 
W. H. Harlow, services for the dept. 
C. P. Vaughan, fire badge, 
The American Tool and Machine Co Mds, 
Walworth Mfg. Co., copper pipe, etc. 



paid 



$450 00 


461 


25 


405 


00 


283 


70 


483 


92 


81 


80 


58 


40 


37 


50 


37 


50 


37 


50 


37 


50 


37 


50 


37 


50 


115 


05 


33 


75 


5 


00 


10 


75 


15 


00 


85 


00 


1 


50 


4 


04 


71 


25 


6 


15 


61 


50 


8 


50 


19 


07 


3 


09 


27 


50 


35 


63 


18 


00 


15 


00 


2 


25 


9 


40 


1 


32 



$2,997 87 



30 










Ck. 


By amount of appropriation .... 
Balance unexpended ..... 


. $3,000 00 


02 13 


POLICE. 


Paid Wm. P. McCobb, police duty and services as 


keeper of the lock-up, $503 34 


Charles Jacobs, " " " 




25 40 


James R. Nute, police duty, 




313 00 


P. J. Donlan, " 








430 50 


Andrew D. Rooney, " 










25 00 


Frank Greenwood, " 










25 00 


Moses N. Gage, " 










25 00 


James R. Brown, " 










25 00 


Robert Scott, Jr., " 










25 00 


Ansil C. Clark, " 










25 00 


George F. Downes, " 










25 00 


Reuben Corson, " 










25 00 


Francis H. Caffin, " 










25 00 


R. F. Boynton, " 










25 00 


Herbert N. Day, " 










20 00 


W. H. Cumminger, " 










12 00 


Daniel O'Connell, " 










8 00 


Henry P. Bussey, " 










4 00 


Heyer Bros., whistles 










3 00 


A. W. Mitchell, badges 










30 00 


William Read & Son, handcuffs and " billies " 


71 25 


Lyman Rhodes & Co., printed rules and regulations 


15 00 


Weeks & Potter, insect powder 


1 50 


R. Gould, cleaning Lock-up 






2 00 


J. H. Tuckerman, mattresses 








8 52 


Ward & Gay, blank books 








5 00 


S. B. Balkam, coal 








31 25 


Edmund Davis, legal services 








30 00 


J. Wilder, cash paid out . * 








1 98 


H. C. Stark, pails and labor 




5 






5 10 



$1,770 84 



By amount of appropriation 
Balance unexpended 



Cr. 



, $2,000 00 



$229 16 



TOWN HALL. 

Paid Joel F. Goodwin, janitor 
Quincy Dyer, hardware 
J. Johnston, iron, labor, &c. 
Thomas Cobbett, keys 
Boynton & Rogers, brush, &c. 
L. F. Upham, painting 
A. D. Rooney, labor 
H. C. Stark, pipe, labor and repairs 
Hyde Park Lodge, F. & A. M., chandelier and 

cash paid for painting 
S. B. Balkam, coal and wood 
Dedham & Hyde Park Gas Co., gas 
A. B. Franklin & Co., inspecting heating apparatus 
Dexter Sherman, labor 
Fiske & Coleman, fire brick 
L. C. Swett, Jr., door springs 
R. Scott, Jr., mason work 
C. M. Chapin, insurance 
Ryan's Express, expressage 
Patrick Rooney, cleaning well 
J. H. Tnckerman, office stool 
George Miles, pails, matches, &c. 
Spring, Robinson & Co., repairs 



Cr. 

By cash received on account of Town Hall building 

Balance in favor of Town Hall property 



$367 27 


4 


88 


5 


62 


4 


08 


2 


50 


16 


25 


1 


50 


18 


75 


60 


00 


100 


83 


251 


30 


16 


20 


4 


00 


3 


10 


1 


25 


2 


62 


62 


50 


1 


05 


6 


00 


1 


00 


6 


64 


6 


13 


$943 47 


$1,051 21 



$107 74 



32 



SALARIES. 



Paid Henry C. Stark, services as Selectman and Sur- 
veyor of Highways . 
D. W. C, Rogers, services as Selectman and Sur- 
veyor of Highways . 
J. Ellery Piper, services as Selectman and Sur- 
veyor of Highways . 
Henry B. Terry, services as Town Clerk and Clerk 
of Selectmen. ...... 

Henry S. Bunton, services as Treasurer of Town 

and Sinking Fund . 

John M. Twichell, services as Assessor and Over- 
seer of Poor ...... 

Joel F. Goodwin, services as Assessor and Over- 
seer of Poor ..... 

R< P. Moseley, services as Assessor 

John Terry, services as Overseer of Poor 

Andrew Washburn, services on School Committee 

Henry Hyde Smith, " " " 

Edmund Davis, " " " 

Charles G. Chick, 

Henry S. Bunton, " " '• 

E. I. Humphrey, " " " 

A. G. Macomber, services as Auditor 

George B. Kerr, " " 

Asa J. Adams, " " 



100 00 



100 00 



100 00 



200 00 



350 00 



250 00 



250 


00 


200 


00 


50 


00 


2 50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 



$1,975 00 



Cr. 



By amount of appropriation 



$1,975 00 



POOR. 



Paid Taunton Lunatic Hospital, board of insane poor $826 39 

The Asvlum for the Chronic Insane, " " 10G 85 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, aid to poor . 18 11 

City of Boston, " . 10 84 



33 



Paid Bridget Conro} r , board of poor 

Mrs. Amos Macomber, " " 

Sarah E. Lovell, " " 

Elizabeth Trainer, care " 

C. C. Hayes, medical attendance for poor 
M. E. Noble, medicine " 

David Evans, medicine " 

Mrs. A. Bates, rent " 

McAvoy db Co., coal " 

J. B. Carter, coal " 

E. M. Whittemore, clothing " 
L. Adler, shoes " 
L. J. French & Co., groceries " 
George Miles, " " 
Peabody & Co., " " 
C. E. Bunker, « " 
H. S. Holtham, provisions " 
H. C. Chamberlain, cloth 
R. Corson, moving furniture 

F. C. Graham, burial of poor 
Mass. General Hospital, care of Thos. Cowan 
J. Hill, setting glass and painting 
John Beatey, mason work 
Dexter Sherman, mason work 
Quincy Dyer, nails and hardware 
Ward & Gay, box 
S. B. Balkam, lumber 
A. D. Rooney, labor 
Oriental Powder Mills, powder 
Thomas Rooney, digging well 
Daniel O'Connell, expense of Thomas Cowan to 

Boston .... 

J. M. Twitchell, cash paid out 
S. R. Moseley, advertising 



$60 00 


26 


85 


9 


14 


3 


00 


150 


00 


31 


31 


43 


71 


8 


00 


72 


75 


142 


25 


33 


00 


36 


70 


194 


47 


418 


00 


4 


50 


9 


00 


5 


78 


1 


35 


12 


00 


125 


00 


9 


00 


12 


81 


32 


00 


4 


38 


11 


76 




45 


93 


69 


27 


44 


8 


00 


266 


24 


8 


50 


19 


41 


5 


00 



$2,847 68 



34 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation . . . $2,500 00 
By cash refunded from other towns and 

cities 328 64 

By rents in Happy Valley estate . . 6100 



$2,889 64 



Balance unexpended 



$41 96 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

CURRENT EXPENSES 
Paid Mrs. H. A. B. Thompson, Librarian 
Miss Mary A. Hawley, services 
John Scrivens, janitor 
A. W. Wright, reut 
S. B. Balkam , fuel 
I. J. Brown, insurance 
Henry D. Noyes & Co., books, stationery, &c 
Lockwood, Brooks & Co., books 
Ward & Gay, stationery 
J. D. F. Brooks, binding 
Allen & Washburn, binding 
L. H. Russell, labor and material 
S. R. Moseley, printing 
Sanford & Runnells, oil, &c. 
S. P. Blodgett, postoffice box and post 
Quincy D3'er, shovel 
Ryan's Express, expressing 
John Cox, expressing 
Reuben Corson, expressing 
Thomas Cobbett, repairing lock 
Mrs. M. Monahan, cleaning rooms 



§375 


20 


5 


00 


136 


18 


310 


00 


34 


25 


58 


25 


135 


24 


16 


35 


4 


50 


15 


52 


26 


50 


21 


97 


28 


50 


21 


22 


4 


72 


1 


00 


3 


15 




50 




20 




'25 


1 


50 



$1,200 00 



35 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation . $1,200 00 



PUKCEASE OF NEW BOOKS. 
Paid Henry D. Noyes & Co., books 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation (dog licenses, 1879) . $368 68 



CATALOGUE. 
Paid Henry D. Noyes & Co., 1500 copies Catalogue, 

as per contract . . . . ^ , $350 00 

Mrs. H. A. B. Thompson, services . . . 114 55 
E. S. Hathaway, Treasurer Board of Trustees, 

work in progress, but not completed . . 35 45 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation . » . .. . $500 00 



THE BOARD OF HEALTH. 



The town has been free from epidemic. Various nuisances have 
been abated, as far as practicable. 



REPORT OF OVERSEERS OF THE POOR, 



The past year presents nothing specially noticeable, except that 
there has been comparative prosperity among our poorer classes. 
Various industries in the town furnish employment for all who 
are disposed to work. The tramp laws have been efficient in 
helping us to get rid of that nuisance. 

It has been the aim of the Overseers to relieve the destitute, to 
see that no sufferer should be deprived of aid, and, at the same 
time, to protect the town from imposition. 

The town has taken possession of the "Happy Valley," and 
has repaired and made tenantable one of the houses. It has also 
moved one of the families supported by the town, which will 
diminish the expense of their support. The Board are of the 
opinion that it would be for the interest of the town to make still 
further improvements, by repairing one or more of the buildings 
as we are liable at any time to want them. 

The whole number of persons who have received aid is 174 ; of 
this number 132 are children. 

The following is a detailed statement of expenses of the poor 
department. The amount of aid rendered various persons, is 
set against their names : — - 



38 



PARTIAL SUPPORT 



For 


aid to Mary A. Broclerick 


$2 63 




Mary Jane Baker 


24 55 




Catherine Broclerick 


22 50 




Eliza Burchill, set. Boston 


45 00 




Ann Barrett 


132 07 




Amanda Beasley 


11 00 




James Connolly 


4 00 




Sarah E. Clark, set. Harvard . 


38 00 




Bridget Connolly 


18 25 




Denis P. Collins, set. Dedham 


262 15 




George Koontz 


10 20 




J. Cassey .... 


60 




Margaret Cowan 


112 50 




John Bempsey 


5 90 




Mary Donovan 


8 00 




Margaret Foster 


25 50 




Margaret Fleming 


1 08 




Patrick Griffin 


2 00 




Margaret Gibbons (children) 


3 00 




Mrs. H. E. Hutchinson 


6 00 




Margaret Howe 


15 00 




Ann Hickey .... 


2 35 




Sarah E. Hunter 


19 90 




Elsien Hauer 


12 00 




Mrs. Jeremy (Indian) 


5 35 




Mrs. E. Jordan 


15 




Thomas Kelley . . 


9 57 




Sarah E. Lovell, set. Yarmouth 


48 99 




Margaret McGowen 


34 00 




Patrick McGlynn 


85 95 




Margaret O'Neil 


2 00 




Margaret 0' Bryan 


4 00 




Mary O'Leary 


10 84 




Catherine Quigley 


9 15 




Ann Sweeney 


18 20 




Catherine Sweeney 


25 40 




Frank Shedd 


80 




Henry Sharlock 


25 



39 



For aid to Charles Williams ... $2 26 

Patrick Welch, 1st . . 16 50 

Mary, wife of Patrick Welch, 2d 5 00 

George H.Wells ... 8 00 

FULL SUPPORT. 

Thomas Allen (Happy Valley) 

Sarah Barrett (at Taunton In 
sane Asjdum) 

Mary Crowley (at Taunton Im 
sane Asylum) 

Clara E. Clapp (at Taunton In- 
sane Asylum) 

Henry Hammond (at Taunton 
Insane Asylum) 

Rose McCabe (at Worcester 
Insane Asylum 

Eliza Swan (part of the year at 
Danvers Insane Asylum) 

C. C. Hayes, Town Physifcian $150 00 
Cash for improvements on 

Happy Valley ... 367 70 

Incidentals . . . . 19 41 



!|289 20 


187 


61 


176 


23 


184 


32 


t 

187 


84 


196 


64 


18 


11 



Appropriation ..... $2,500 00 

Cash from other towns and cities . . 328 64 

Cash for rents of Happy Valley . . 41 00 

Balance on hand ...... 



,070 62 



1,239 95 



537 60 



$2,847 68 



2,869 
$21 



JOHN M. TWICHELL, 
JOHN TERRY, 
JOEL F. GOODWIN, 

Overseers of Poor, 



ASSESSORS' REPORT. 









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51 






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~ 




May 1, 


1830. 


2 53 


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3 


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3 




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55 


£ 


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fc 


fcrJ 




$3,701,850 


$421,640 


$4,123,490 


1,843 


1,203 


268 


187 


2,406 


Mat 1, 


1880. 


State Tax. 


County Tax. 


Town Tax. 


Total Tax. 




$5,235 00 


$4,030 80 


$62,457 70 


$71,723 59 





EXEMPTED PROPERTY. 



May 1, 1881. 


Chu relies. 


Harvard College. 


Total. 




$103 760 00 


$225 00 


$103,!!85 00 




IR-A-TIE 


PEB $1 ; 000, _"'._. 


$16. 50. 




MAY 1. 


Val 


nation Real Estate. 


Val. Personal Property. 


Total. 




$3,752,337 00 
3,701,850 00 


$427,729 00 
421,640 00 


$4,1S0,066 00 
4,123,490 00 








$50,487 00 


$0,089 00 


$56,576 00 



J. F. GOODWIN, 

r. p. moselp:y, 

JOHN M. TWICHELL, 

Assesssors of Hyde Park. 



COLLECTOR'S REPORT. 



TOM OP HYDE PARK II ACCOUNT WITH JOSEPH B. QUIIBY, COLLECTOR OF TAXES, 
For the Year 1880. 



By Uncollected Taxes, as per account current, 

dated Febru.at y 1, 1880 

Assessed in 1878 

Less abatement 

Less uncollected 



Interest collected. 



Assessed in 1879... 
Less abatement... 
Less uncollected.. 

Interest collected. 



Assessed in 1880. 
Additions .... 



Less abatement.. 
Less uncollected. 



Interest collected -.. 

Collected on School Books. 



$680 18 
171 25 



709 55 
4.119 21 



$3,029 09 



646 84 
18,540 25 



3,077 68 
466 91 



22,175 87 

4,828 76 

17,347 11 

700 80 

71,723 59 

556 64 

72,280 23 

19,187 09 



53,093 14 

108 28 

31,31 



§3,544 59 



18,047 SI 



53,232 73 



$74,825 23 



Hyde Park, February 1, 1881. 



JOSEPH B. QUIMBY, 

Collector of Taxes. 



42 



TREASURERS 



DR. 



HENRY S. BUNTON, TOWN TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT 



Cash in the Treasury, February 1,1880 ... 

AMOUNTS RECEIVED DURING THE TEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 18&1 : 

From Treasurer's Notes— Funded Loan. . . . 

Treasurer's Notes — Temporary Loan . 

Joseph B. Qui m by, Collector, Taxes for 1878 

Joseph B. Quimby. Collector, Taxes for 1879 

Joseph B. Quimby, Collector, Taxes for 3880 ., ............. 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for Corporation Tax.... 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for National Bank Tax..... 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for Income Massachusetts School Fund 
Treasurer Commonwealth, for Support and Bnriat State Paupers... 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for State Aid, 1878...... 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for State Aid, 1S79 

County Treasurer, dog licensee, 1880...... 

{Henry Weeden., $17 00 
MaryCahill.. . 1100 
Stephen A.Davis 100 

Town of Canton, for aid to Henry F. Dana... 

City ©f Cambridge, for aid to Cornelius A. Weeden 

Town of Harvard, tor aid to Sarah E.Clark... 

Return of cash advanced lor Support of Poor in 1878.'... 

Town Hall building, rents collected.... 

Fees for sixth class liquor license*.. 

Cash refunded on account of last year's expendiSures.... , 

Harness sold - ..... • -•• 

Release of Tax Deeds -• 

Interest on Tax Deeds......... •»•.. 

Support of Poor, cash refunded on account of current year's ezpen 
ditures.. • • 



Support of Poor, rents collected (Happy Valley). 
Interest on Bank balances .• 



$15,275 n 

80,000 00 

15,000 00 

3,544 69 

18,047 91 

53/232 73 

1,594 01 

1,013 71 

234 94 

6® 00 

58 00 

419 75 

440 30 



) 

1!) f'O 
13 00 
3»0& 
IS 5^ 
1,051 21 

2 00 
13 10 

5 50 
6&67 

3 20 

328 64 

SI 00 

223 54 

$190,797 -12 



43 



REPORT. 



CURRENT WITH THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK. 



CR. 



amounts disbursed: 

On account of Town of Hyde Park Six Per Cent. Bonds, redeemable 
November 1, 1880..... 



Treasurer's Notes, Temporary Loan 

Interest 

Schools 

Evening Schools.. »..,., 

Income of Massachusetts School Fund 

School Incidentals.. 

Incidentals 

Highways 

Fire Department 

Support of Poor... , 

Police..... ...... 

Salaries .. .. — 

Public Library, current expenses. . . . , 

Public Library, purchase of New Books 

Public Library, Catalogue 

State Tax for 1880...... 

County Tax for 1880 

Town Hall, current expenses and repairs 

Defective Tax Deeds, amounts refunded under Sec. 6, 
Chap. 183, Acts of 1862 

State Aid...... 

Liquor Licenses, paid Treasurer Commonwealth 
one-fourth of amount received in 1880 ... 



Sinking Fund, amount of appropriation. 

Sinking Fund, unexpended balance of appropriations. 
Tax Deeds received from Collector... 



Cash in the Treasury January 31, 1881. 



$102,000 00 

15,000 00 

14,523 54 

19,000 00 

291 06 

375 15 

2,795 02 

5,915 90 

3,733 56 

2,997 87 

2,847 6S 

1,770 84 

1,975 00 

1,200 00 

368 68 

500 00 

5,235 00 

4,030 80 

943 47 

441 56 
510 00 

50 

3,000 00 

357 99 

466 28 



$190,279 90 

517 22 

$190,797 12 



44 



Appropriations and Expenditures for the Current Year,. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Interest 

Schools 

Evening Schools 

School Incidentals 

Incidentals 

Highways 

Fire Department .' 

Support of Poor 

Police 

Salaries 

Public Library, curreut expenses 

Public Library, new books 

Public Library catalogue 

State and County Tax 

Sinking Fund 



Appropriation. 


Exoenditure. 


Unexpended. 


$14,300 00 


$ 5 14,300 00 




M9,U00 00 


"1 9,000 00 




1,000 00 


291 06 


$708 94, 


2 3,000 00 


2,795 02 


204 98 


6,(100 00 


5.915 90 


»84 10 


33,734 20 


3,733 56 


800 64 


3,000 00 


2,997 87 


82 13 


2,500 00 


^2,458 04 


841 96 


2,000 00 


1,770 84 


8229 16 


1,975 00 


1,975 00 




1,2,10 00 


1,200 00 




368 68 


368 68 




500 00 


500 00 




49,265 80 


S-,265 80 




3,000 00 


3,000 00 




$70,843 68 


$69,571 77 


$1,271 91 



1 After deducting $1,000.00, transferred by vote of town, 

2 Including $1,000.00, transferred from Schools. 

3 Including $734.20, transferred from State and Count'/ Tax. 
4 Alter deducting $734.20, transferred by vote of toivn. 

5 Amount of expenditure, less interest on Treasurer's bank balances. 

6 Amount of expenditure, less amount paid from Income Massachusetts Schoc-I 

Fund. 

7 Amount of expenditure, less cash refunded aud rents collected. 

8 Paid into Sinking Fund. 



TOWH DEBT, JANUARY 31, 1881. 



FUNDED LOAN, 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) six per cent, interest, due 

June 1,1881 $20,000 00 

Franklin Savings Institution, Greenfield, seven per cent, interest, due 

July 22, 1881 20,000 00 

Franklin Savings Institution, Greenfield, seven per cent, interest, due 

September 12, 1881 20,000 00 

Institution for Savings, Newburvport, five per cent, interest, due 

January 1,1882 . 5,000 00 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) five per cent, interest, due 

August 15, 1882 12,000 00 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, seven per cent, interest, due 

January S, 1884 30,000 00 

Home Savings Bank, Boston, seven per cent, interest, due February 28, 1884, 20,000 00 
Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) four and one-half per cent. 

interest, due November 1, 1890 30,000 00 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, four per cent, interest, due November 

1,1890 50,000 00 

Total indebtedness $207,000 00 



HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Town Treasurer, 



Hyde Park, February 1, 18SI. 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK SINKING FUND. 



COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. 
Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1880 $5,\529 03 

RECEIPTS, VIZ : 

From Town of Hyde Park, annual appropriation $3,000 00 

From Town of Hyde Park, unexpended balance of appropriations 357 99 

Income from investments.... „ . $2,390 80 

Premium and accrued interest on securities sold during; the year. . 1,995 28 

$7,744 07 

Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1881 $63,273 10 

INVESTED, VIZ : 

Note, Town of Hyde Park, six per cent, interest, dated June 1, 1876, 

due June 1, 1 881. ; $20,000 00 

Note. Town of Hyde Park, five per cent, interest, dated August 15, 

1877, Clue August 15, 1882.... 12,000 00 

Note, Town of Hyde Park, four and one-half per cent, interest, dated 

November 1, 1880, due November 1, 1890 30,000 00 

Deposit with New England Trust Company, Boston 1,273 10 

HENRY GREW, 

WILLIAM J. STUART, 

HENRY BLASDALE, 

Commissioners. 
HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Treasurer Sinking Fund. 

Hyde Pakk, February 1, 1881. 



AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE, 



In compliance with the By-Laws of the Town, the under- 
signed have examined the accounts of the Selectmen, School 
Committee, Collector of Taxes, Town Treasurer, Commis- 
sioners of the Sinking Fund, Trustees of the Public Library 
and Overseers of the Poor, and hereby certify that the same 
are correct, and all payments accompanied by proper 
vouchers. The original bills and pay rolls have been care- 
fully examined to ascertain the correctness of the same. 

A. G. MACOMBER, 
GEO. B. KERR, 
ASA J. ADAMS, 

Auditors. 






TOWN CLERICS REPORT. 



BIRTHS. 

Number of Births registered in Hyde Paris in 1880 ............... 17 

Males 79 

Females - - - 99 

The parentage of the children is as follows :■ — 

Both parents American ....... 74 

English 5 

Irish - - - - 24 

Swedes. ... - - - 3 

French * - - 1 

Germans 3 

Swiss . 1 

Scotch 7 

of British Provinces. - 4 

Mixed — One parent American 39 

Both parents of other nationalities 17 

Born in January, 7; February, 10; March, IS; April, 12; May, 11; 

June, 22; July, 18; August, 16; September, 15; October, 23 ; November, 

13 ; December, 12. 

MARRIAGES. 

Number of intentions of marriage issued in 1880 57 

Number of marriages registered in 1880 59 

Oldest Groom 73 Youngest Groom 19 

Bride 56 " Bride...... 17 

Both parties born in United States. 34 

" " France 1 

Ireland.. S 

" " British Provinces 3 

' ; " Scotland • - -•- 2 

" "in other foreign countries 2 

Foreign and American 9 

Married in January, 3 ; February, 3 ; March, 2 ; April, 6 ; May, 5 ; 

June, 5; July, 3; August, 6; September, 5; October, 7; November, 9; 

December, 5. 



48 



The following are the names, ages and residences of the parties 
whose marriages were solemnized in 1880, certificates of which 
have been filed in this office : — 













^- GO 




Date. 


Names. 


Residence. 


it 

< 


i. 1 6 

0) S3 — 

£ 5s 
3 


By whom Married. 


Jan'y 


4 




Hyde Park 


4 i 
38 


2d 


Rev. J. J. McNulty. 


u 


31 




Boston 


39 


1st 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 










'-it 


u 




.. 


31 




Ryde Park.... 

Newton. ... .. 


23 

L8 


« 


Rev. W. N. Richardson 


Feb'y 


TO 




Hyde Park 


°5 


» 


Rev.F. H; T. Horsfielcl 






20 


" 




" 


28 


George W. Scrivens 




24 

21 


" 


Rev. W. N. Richardson 


" 


24 


Frank S. Holbrook 


" 


26 

■ >■> 


" 


Rev. D. C. Eddy. 


Mar. 


16 


William G.Hardv 


Hyde Park... . 


22 

.)■■ 


;; 










« 


30 




2& 


>• 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 






Carrie E. Walker 


**- 


■'4 


,( 




April 


3 


Edward A.Perkins 


Dresden, Me .. 


26 

■>i; 


;; 


Rev. A. J. Rich. 


" 


4 




Hyde Park . . . 


29 

18 


" 


Rev. D.C.Eddy. 


s< 


8 
24 






as 

so 

29 


2d 
1st 


Rev. R. J. Barrv. 








, 8 


James Garbv..... 


Rev. W. N. Richardson 








Hyde Park ... 


■'() 






II 


29 




23 
27 


« 


Rev. L. P. Boland. 








« 


28 




Brookiiue 


26 
20 


M 


Rev. D. C. Eddy. 


May 


11 


Hilton H.Ewell 




9S) 


U 


Rev. W . N. RichavdsoB 








Hingham .. .. 


24 


" 




t, 


It 




Hyde Park.... 
East Boston... 


*S 


« 


Rev. R. J. Barry. 




19 




21 

-'1 
21 


;; 




,, 




Rev. W. H. Cndwortb, 








(l 


27 






73 
56 


2d 


Rev.F. H. T. Horsfleld 















49 



Registry of Marriages in 1880 — {Continued.) 













._-" 




Date. 


Names. 


Residence. 


3 

< 


1 SB s 

p a _ : 
'A 5 


By whom Married 


May- 


28 




Hyde Park.... 


24 


1st, 








June 


2 




;; 


24 
*3 


« 


Rev. F. C. Williams. 






„ 


8 


fra Stockwell 

Mury L. Lewirf 


Watertown... . 
Hyde Park.... 


28 
20 


'< 


liev. D.C. Eddy. 


" 


17 
18 


Fiai'k H. Bates 

Martin Hugan ... 


Milton. 


21 
18 

35 

■11 


2d 


Rev. A. J. Rich. 


v 


Hyde Park.... 


Rev. R. J. Barry. 


». 


30 


Edwin J. Wescott.. 


<; 


35 
31 


1st 


Rev. A. J. Rich. 


July 


19 

28 




Cambridge ... 
Hyde Park.... 


19 

18 

26 
33 


„ 


Rev. D. C. Eddy. 


« 


Herbert Greenwood 


Rev. R. A. Benton. 


" 


29 




Hyde Park,... 


30 

27 


X 


Kev. R. J. Barry. 


Aug. 


1 


Henry M. Buck 

Lam a. A . Bacon 


'• 


33 
37 


" 


R-v. A. J. Rich. 


" 


6 




Hyde Park---- 
Hyde Park..., 


22 

17 


" 


Uev. I). C. Eddy. 


" 


11 




25 
25 


u 


.. 


<, 


1G 




'•« 


40 
30 


" 










" 


19 




Hyde Park.... 


23 

22 


" 


Rev. R. J. Barry. 


" 


24 


John Keville ...... 


;« 


22 
',3 


, ( 


" 


Sept. 


2 




Hyde Park 


24 




Rev. D. C. Eddy. 




it 


4 




29 
30 


;; 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 


,, 


6 




Boston 

Hyde Park.... 


25 
IS 


" 


Rev. S. E. Herrick. 








<l 


7 


Maria T. Jones 


Hyde Park.... 


70 
48 


3d 
2d 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 


<. 


If) 


Edgar H. Wright 


" 


21 
21 


1st 


ii ii 















50 



Registry of Marriages in 1880 — {Continued.) 



Pate. 



Oi.t. 



Dec. 



Names. 



Resilience. 



Jolm Corscedden. 
Ann Marron 



Robert H.Bryant. 
Su>an M. Hefsey. 



Henry F. Wright 
Sadie Babkirk... 



Hyde Park.. 



Chicago 

f'yde Park. 



Easfpon, Me. 



John Maxwell. 
Ann Flaherty.. 



Trueworlhy Hey wood . 
Ann E. K. Farnsworth. 



dyde Park. 
Boston .... 



Elbridge J. Conn ■ jHyde Park. 

Addie Ayer | '* 



George W. Stewait. 
Sarah A. Walls 



John Welsh ... 
Mary E. Bray. 



John Tie m ey . 
Kutie McMaiin. 



Daniel H. Lndwig Milton 

Katie Trainor i " 

Michael Fox Hyde Pari 

Catherine Gihnartin j "' 



Hiram J. Townsend. 
Betsey Williamt- 



James Fox. 
Jennie Ray. 



John W. Williams 

Florence L. Se\ mour... 



Patrick E. Carter.. 
Bridget Martin 



Josiah Parsons 

Mandana A. Clai ke 



1'eterPaul 

Mary L.Otis.... 



Henry Curtis 

Virginia I. Sh iman 



Jesse. E. Davenport. 
Vina Forbes 



Edward Lyons.... 
Margaret Glenon. 



Frederick \V. Roberts. 
Lillie E. Sneaden 



Boston 

Hide Park.. 



Northampton. 
Hyde Park. .. 



Gloucester . 
Hyde Park. 



Canton 

Hyde Park.... 



Boston 



~ J- » 

% It" 



1st 
2d 

1st 



2d 

1st 



2d 



2d 
1st 



By wWohi Married. 



2d 

1st ! 



Rev. K. •/, Barry. 
Rev. A. 3. Rich. 
Rev. W. H. Wiiliams. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. S. B. Andrews. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 

Rev. W. N. Richardson 
Rev. R.J.Barry. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. W. N. Richardson 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Nev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rey. W. N. Richardson 
Rev. A. J. Rich. 



2d Rev. R. J. Barry. 

Lt j 

" I Rev. F. C.Williams. 



3,1 



51 



DEATHS. 



Number of deaths in Hyde Park in 1880 107 

Mah'S 44 Females 63 

Born in the United States 81 

" England 3 

" Ireland 12 

" Sweden * 2 

Scotland 3 

" France 1 

'* British Provinces... 5 



AGES. 

Stillborn 8 

Under one year 14 

Between land 5 years 13 

" 5 and 10 years 5 

" 10 and 20 years 12 

20 and 30 years 11 

" 30 and 40 years 7 

" 40 and 50 years 8 

" 50 and 60 years 14 

" €0 and 70 years. 7 

'* 70 and 80 years 5 

" 80 and 90 years 2 

41 90 and 100 years 1 

Died in January, 14; February, 4; March, 6; April, 10; May, 8; 
June, 3; July, 7; August, 10; September, 10; October, 9; November, 13; 
December, 11. 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



Accident ...................... 4 

Asphyxia 1 

Anemia 1 

Anasarca 1 

Apoplexy 1 

Bilious fever 1 

Cholera infantum 4 

Congestion of lungs. ......... . 1 

Consumption :..... 15 

Convulsions > 5 

Croup 2 

Capillary bronchitis i 1 

Cancer 3 

Cirrhosis of the liver 1 

Cystitis 1 

Diphtheria.. 5 

Diphtheritic croup 1 

Dropsy 2 

Dysentery 1 

Diarrhoea 1 

Drowned 2 

E rysipelas 1 



Heart disease 1 

Hydro ;epha!us 1 

Inflammation of lungs 1 

M a ras mus 3 

Membranous croup . . 1 

Metastasis of the brain 1 

Old age 3 

Paralysis . > 3 

Phthisis 5 

Phthisis pulmonalis 2 

Pneumonia . . > ... l2 

" typhoid 1 

Premature birth 1 

Puerpural convulsions 1 

' ' peritonitis 1 

Prostration 2 

Scarlet fever 1 

Softening of brain 1 

Stillborn » 8 

Scrofulous synovitis 1 

Typhoid fever 2 



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The following are the names of those who died in Hyde Paris 
during the year 1880 ; — 



Jan. 



Feb. 



10 

" 20 

March 1 

2 

5 

9 

" 10 

" 20 

April 1 

7 

" 8 

10 

10 

" 12 

" 18 



May 



June 



July 



Aus 



Frank Mulvey 

Margaret A. Mahon 

Sarah Quinn 

Alice Fleming 

Mary O'Keefe 

Samuel Burchell 

Charles H. Richardson. 

Mary M.Holmes 

Gilpatric 

Lizzie Milan 

Dennis O'Grady 

Annie P. Vaughan. 

Charles Conroy 

Adler. 



Arthur C.Tyler 

Patrick Barrett 

Charlotte S. Willard 

Luella A. Roberts 

Catherine Drummoud 

Abby A. Wrighi 

George H. Butler 

Margaret Kerwin 

Sarah Martin 

Edith McLeod. 

BessieDizzell 

Catherine La wlor 

Mary A. Meaney 

Katie L. Wilcox 

Eugene Coonts 

James H. Nightingale 

Fannie E. Mofl'ati 

Lisel A. Williams 

Georgiaua A.Campbell... 

Mary F. Quealy 

Elevyn L. VViggin 

Merritt 

Adaline Ball 

Amos Macoinber 

Thomas H. Malcolm 

Jeremiah Corbelt, Jr 

Theulen. 

Dennis P. Collins 

Catherine E. Madden .... 

Mary Jane Baker.... 

William H. Melaney, Jr... 

Annie O'Keele 

Maggie May White 

Edwin T. Webster 

Mary E. Collins.... 

David Haselton 

Ellen Quigiey 

Patrick P. Barrett 

Florence Bell Munroe 

Matilda C. Johauuson 

Catherine Delay 

Charles W. W. Wellingioi 

Mary Burke 

George Gill 

Robert M. Guplill 

EhzaR. Tiffany 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Drowned. 

Croup, 

Congestion of the Lungs, 

Typhoid Pneumonia- 

" Fever. 
Paralysis. 
Diarrhoea. 
Stillborn. 
Convulsions. 
Pneumonia. 
Stillborn. 

Chronic Pneumonia. 
Stillborn. 

Capillary Bronchitis. 
R. R Accident. 
Prostration. 
Consumption. 
Marasmus. 
Pneumonia. 
Typhoid Pneumonia,. 
Chronic " 

Dropsy. 
Pneumonia. 
Croup. 

Cancer of Stomach. 
Consumption. 
Scarlet Fever. 
Pneumonia. 
Consumption. 

Membranous Croup. 

Inflammation of Lungs. 

Pneumonia, 

Convulsions. 

Stillborn. 

Cirrhosis of the Liver, 

Metastasis of the Brain. 

Typhoid Pneumonia. 

Diphtheria. 

Stillborn. 

Consumption. 

Phthisis. 

Convulsions. 

Phthisis. 

Convulsions. 

Consumption. 



Convulsions. 
Cholera Infantum. 
Phthisis Pnlmonalis, 
Cancer of Breast. 
Con-sumption. 
Dysentery. 
Cholera Infantum. 

Anemia. 



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Deaths — ( Continued.) 



Sept. 



"Oct. 



JLug. 26 
26 
31 
31 

1 
7 
9 
10 

11 

15 

1? 

18 

20 

25 

1 

11 

12 

13 

17 

22 

24 

24 

28 

4 

4 

4 

6 

7 

IS 

21 

23 

27 

27 

27 



(Dec. 



Mabel May Dunbar. . . . 

Sarah Griffen 

Isabel C Gregg 

Alpheus Perley Blake.. 

Sarah A. MoGowan 

Hardin C Rogers 

Orrin C. Nute 

John B. Farrington 

Martha Pierce. 

Alice Pierce 

Willie Hobbs 

I'hUa S. Hatch 

Clarissa V. Allen 

Martha J. Hilton 

Peter O'Toole 

Susan T. Harding 

Mary L. Lee 

Frankie E. Davenport.. 

Serena Russell .. 

Lizzie McCarty 

Augustin G. Conlan 

William Egan . . 

Maud Brarnwell 

Angelo C. Wells 

Foster 

Margaret Foster 

Nute ... 



Mary Carty ..... 

Ella May Richardson. 

Alexander Lees 

Mary Rooney., 

Keville 

Abby A. Stevens, 

Susan E. Hay ward 

John Gibson 

Annie B.Cook . 

James W, Dana 

Claude B. Andrews... 
Edward P, McAuliff... 
Ellen Gault Andrews. 

Madan K. Pay son 

Anna Vannesa. 

Isabella Brown 

IdaM. Beblx 

Thomas Cassidy 

France E. Norling 

Alfred Peterson, 



19 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Consumption. 
R. R. Accident. 
Consumption. 
Diphtheria, 
Hydrocephalus. 
Paralysis- 
Diphtheria. 
Scrofulous Synovitis. 
Marasmus. 

Cholera Infantum. 

Old age. 

Prostration. 

Cancer. 

Old age. 

Pneumonia. 

Anasarca. 

Apoplexy. 

Paralysis. 

Premature Birth. 

Phthisis. 

Cystitis. 

Asphyxia. 

Consumption. 

Stillborn. 

Puerpural Convulsions, 

Stillborn. 

Consumption. 

Bilious Fever. 

Phthisis. 

Pneumonia. 

Stillborn. 

Phthisis Pulmonalis. 

Old Age. 

Heart Disease. 

Diphtheritic Croup. 

Softening of Brain. 

Diphtheria. 

R. R. Aecideut. 

Diphtheria, 

Dropsy. 

Pneumonia. 

Puerperal Peritonitis. 

Typhoid Fever. 

Fracture ot bkull. 

Phthisis. 

Erysipelas. 



The Town Clerk requests information of any omission or error 
in the above tables, in order tfeat the registration may be as 
complete as possible. 

Respectful^ submitted, 



HENRY B. TERRY, 

Town Cleric. 



THE NINTH ANNUAL REPORT 



HYDE PARK LIBRARY BOARD, 



The Board of Trustees of the Hyde Park Public Library 
herewith present their Ninth Annual Report. For several 
years past there has been little they could say in their 
Annual Reports, except to recapitulate the various depress- 
ing circumstances under which they have endeavored to con- 
duct the affairs of the institution committed to their charge. 
Deprived of the control of the library funds, from the greater 
part of which no interest was received, they could add but 
few new books to its shelves. Unwilling to ask the town, 
during the period of its business and financial depression, for 
a larger appropriation than was barely sufficient to keep the 
doors of the Library open, not only could they make no 
improvements, but were compelled to see the Library 
gradually deteriorate in their hands. Those not conversant 
with the details of library management, know little of the 
constant and increasing wear and tear of an extensive circu- 
lation of books, and the consequent expense of keeping them 
in a condition suitable for use. But the greatest want of the 
Library was a new Catalogue. Nearly three thousand 
books had been purchased since the publication of the 
original Catalogue, which were practically inaccessible to 
the public. 



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The advent of better times eeeliled to Warrant the Trustees 
in asking the town, in their last Annual Report, to adopt 
some measures of relief, whereby the Library* might be put 
in a condition the better to fulfil its mission in the commu- 
nity. The town generously responded to this call, and voted 
liberal funds both for the publication of a new Catalogue, 
and the purchase of new books. 

The preparation of the Catalogue was assigned to a special 
committee, who have faithfully performed the work, and the 
manuscript is now in the hands of the printer, and the book 
will soon be ready for distribution.* The plan adopted by 
the Board is simple and inexpensive. They have omitted 
the useless signs and characters that largely encumbered 
the old book, and which were of no earthly use to the 
patrons of the Library. The plan, briefly stated, is as 
follows : — 

Each book, alphabetically arranged, is entered once under 
its title. If the work of a standard or voluminous author, it 
is entered again under the name of the author. Unimpor- 
tant works, or those of authors little known, are not so en- 
tered a second time. It is here that the greatest saving is 
made, both in the size of the book and the consequent ex- 
pense. There is a third but limited department in which 
standard w 7 orks are entered under the name of the subject to 
which they belong;, as, for instance, History, Poetry, Fic- 
tion, etc. 

The new Catalogue, although containing double the num- 
ber of books, will cost only half as much, and, the Trustees 
confidently believe, will be twice as satisfactory as the 
old. The work of its preparation has been slow, that it may 
be accurate. It will only be necessary in the future, when 
new books shall have accumulated in a sufficient number, to 
print a few leaves, uniform in size and style with the main 
work, as a supplement. 

* Since the preparation of (his report news has come that the office where the 
Catalogue was being printed has been burned to the ground. It is understood that 
the manuscript copy, though somewhat damaged, was not destroyed. Of course its 
publication will be delayed, bin how much cannot be told at this writing. While the 
Trustees regret any further delay in the publication of the Cataljgtie, chiefly on 
account of the eagerness, and even impatience of the ueople to see it, they must con- 
fess to a regret that is also personal (this is said on the sole responsibility ol the 
writer), for they have taken no liUle pride in. their year's work, and expected, before 
its close, to make a very handsome ehowiug of the same to the people. 



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With the advent of the new Catalogue the Library will 
enter upon a new career of usefulness. 

It is the earnest hope of the Trustees that citizens will 
avail themselves more than they ever have done, of the ad- 
vantages, both for entertainment and instruction, which the 
Library will afford them, and for which they tax themselves 
so liberally. A well-assorted public library is a great pub- 
lic good. Let our citizens not forget that the best boohs in 
the world lie right in their midst, as free to them as the air 
they breathe. 

About 450 new books have been purchased during the 
year, and will be ready for distribution with the new Cata- 
logue. New shelves have been erected for their accommo- 
dation in the little room adjoining the Library. 

The trustees desire to call special attention to the Reading 
Room connected with the Library. It may not be known 
to many that the leading periodicals of the day lie upon its 
tables for public use. Hoping that greater interest in this 
department may be awakened, and the number of visitors 
increased, a list of these periodicals is given below. In 
response to complaints of the insufficiency of light in the 
evening in this room, a special committee has been em- 
powered to rearrange or increase the number of lights so as 
to make the room attractive and satisfactory to its patrons. 

LIST OF PERIODICALS. 

Daily. — The Boston Evening Transcript ; the Boston Evening 
Journal. 

Semi- Weekly. — The New York Tribune. 

Weekly. — The Scientific American ; the Dedham Transcript ; 
the Norfolk County Gazette; Harper's Weekly; the Youth's 
Companion ; Harper's Young People ; Littell's Living Age. 

Monthly. — Harper's Magazine; Scribner's Magazine; Atlantic 
Monthly ; Popular Science Monthly ; Magazine of American His- 
tory ; St. Nicholas; Wide Awake; the North American Review; 
the Art Amateur. 

It will be remembered that a little more than a year ago 
Theodore D. Weld, Esq., who had been Chairman of the 
Board of Trustees since its organization, in 1872, felt com- 
pelled, for imperative personal reasons, to tender his resigna- 
tion. In the last Annual Report allusion was made to his 



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zeal and fidelity during his term of office ; but no brief 
report like that or this can give a just conception of the 
value of his services, of the time, thought and energy which 
he devoted to the enterprise on which he had set his heart — 
the foundingof a Free Public Library in the community, in 
which he dwelt. It is enough for the present purpose to 
call to mind that his were the inspiring words that first 
awakened public interest in this enterprise ; that his personal 
solicitations secured most of the funds that gave it a success- 
ful beginning ; and that chiefly through his untiring zeal 
and wise counsels it has developed into a permanent and 
influential institution in our midst. 

It is not necessary to say to those who know Mr. Weld 
that he has been actuated by no selfish motive, has had 
neither thought of praise nor hope of reward, but rather that 
he has been inspired by a simple, earnest desire and pur- 
pose to subserve the public good. 

Perhaps the most popular expression of gratitude in such 
cases is to give to public institutions the names of their 
founders. 

The Trustees, therefore, desire to commend to the consid- 
eration of the citizens of Hyde Park the propriety of giving 
to their Public Library the name of him who, more than 
any other, may be called its founder. 

DONATIONS. 

Books and publications have been presented to the Library 
during the year as follows : — 

A.E.Giles 

Mrs. H. W.Bidwell . . . . • . 

E. L. Pierce 

E. A. Aldrich . 

Theodore D. Weld (Memorials of Mrs. A. G-. Weld) 
Mrs. C. W. W. Wellington .... 

Mrs. E. S. Slocomb 

Miss Peabody ....... 

There have also been presented seven Government publi 
cations, and reports from the Dedham, Brookline and Provi- 
dence libraries. 



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STATISTICS. 

Number of books belonging to the Library . . 6,150 

" " " given out during the year . . 15,26-1 

" " " returned " " . 14,946 

" " " new cards issued .... 324 

Amount received from fines ..... $42 10 

On behalf of the Board of Trustees. 



EDWARD M. LANCASTER, 

Chairman . 



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BY-LAWS 



At a meeting of the legal voters of the town of Hyde Park, 
held August 2, 1875, it was voted to adopt the following By-Laws, 
to wit : — 

NOTIFICATION" OF TOWN MEETING. 

Every town meeting shall be notified by posting copies of the war- 
rant calling the same, in ten public places in the town, seven days, 
at least, before the dav appointed for said meeting; and a copy of 
the warrant shall be published in the local newspapers of the town 
once, at least, before said meeting. 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING. 

The annual town meeting shall be held on the first Monday of 
March of each year. The meeting shall be opened at eight o'clock 
a.m., and the polls shall be kept open until sunset. 

KULES FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF TOWN MEETINGS. 

1. — Every meeting shall be opened with prayer. 

2. — All questions submitted for the consideration of the town, in- 
volving the expenditure of money, shall be in writing. 

3. — No vote fixing the period for closing a ballot shall be reconsid- 
ered after such ballot shall have commenced ; but it may be in order 
to extend the period without such reconsideration. 

4. — When a question is under debate, motions shall be received to 
adjourn, to lay on the table, the previous question, to postpone to a 
certain time, to postpone indefinitely, to commit, or to amend; which 
several motions shall have precedence in the order in which they are 
herein arranged. 

5. — -The powers and duties of the presiding officer, not especially 
provided for by law, or by the foregoing rules, shall be determined 
by the rules of practice contained in "Gushing* s Manual, 1 ' so far as 
they are adapted to the condition and powers of the town. 

6. — No vote shall be reconsidered except upon a motion made 
within one hour after such vote has passed, unless such reconsidera- 
tion is ordered by a vote of two-thirds of the voters present. 

FINANCIAL YEAR. 

The financial year of the town shall begin with the first day of Feb- 
ruary, in each year, and end on the thirty-first day of the following 
January. 

MEETINGS OF TOWN OFFICERS. 

The selectmen, overseers of the poOr, board of health, surveyors of 
highways, and school committee shall post in some conspicuous place 
at their official rooms, a notice of the times of their respective meet- 
ings, and shall also give notice of the same through the local news- 
papers. 



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COLLECTION OF TAXES. 

1.— -The assessment of taxes shall be completed, and a list of the 
same delivered to the collector, on or before the first day of August 
of each year. 

2. — All taxes which may be assessed, if paid on or before the first 
day of October next after the assessment, shall be entitled to such 
discount as the town shall vote at its annual meeting. All persons 
who may be assessed a poll-tax only, shall pay the same on demand. 
All taxes shall be paid in full on or before the first day of November 
next following the assessment of said taxes, and if not so paid, inter- 
est shall be paid at a rate not exceeding twelve per cent, per annum, 
if so voted by the town. 

3. — The assessors snail annually, on or before the first day of July, 
post a copy of the list of poll-tax payers on the outside of the build- 
ing containing their office. 

4. — It shall be the duty of the selectmen to insert the following 
article in the warrant calling the annual meeting, viz: "To see what 
discount shall be allowed on all taxes paid on or before the first day 
oi October next." 

DUTIES OF THE AUDITORS. 

1. — The auditors shall examine the accounts of the selectmen, 
school committee, treasurer, collector, trustees of the public library, 
and the custodian of the town hall, and all other officers or commit- 
tees entrusted with the expenditure of money, and shall certify as to 
the correctness of the same in the printed annual report. 

2. — Before certifying to the accounts of the selectmen and school 
committee, they shall examine the original bills and pay rolls, and 
ascertain that they are correct and properly receipted. 

3. — Before certifying to the accounts of the treasurer, they shall 
examine his cash-book, wherein shall be entered his receipts and 
payments, as the3 r occur from day to day, shall see that he has paid 
out no moneys except on proper vouchers, carefully examine all pay- 
ments for interest, and see that the funds on hand are intact. 

4. — Before certifying to the collector's accounts, they shall examine 
his cash-book, showing the amounts collected from day to day, and 
showing when the same were paid over to the treasurer ; shall see 
that he has collected interest on all taxes overdue, and shall see a 
complete list of abatements, and also a list of unpaid taxes. 

5. — They shall see that the accounts of the trustees of the public 
library, and the custodian of the town hall, are kept in a correct 
manner, and that all payments are accompanied with proper 
vouchers. 

6. — The auditors shall have access to the accounts of the several 
officers at such stated times as said auditors shall deem for the inter- 
est of the town, and shall audit the accounts of the treasurer and 
collector quarterly. 

UNEXPENDED APPROPRIATIONS. 

All unexpended balances ol the regular annual appropriations 
shall, at the close of each financialyear.be paid into the sinking 
fund to be used in extinguishing the town debt. 

MEASURERS OF WOOD AND BARK. 

It shall be the duty of the selectmen to appoint measurers of wood 
a nd bark. 



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REMOVAL OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS. 

1. — No building shall be removed over a public street without the 
written permission of the selectmen. 

2. — Xne owner of such building, or the person or persons removing 
the same, shall pay the town alt damages, costs, and expenses lor 
which the town may be liable or compelled to pay by reason of said 
street being obstructed or encumbered. 

3. — No person shall place, or cause to be placed, in any of the 
public streets, sidewalks, lands, or upon any of the common lands of 
the town, without a written license from the selectmen, any manure 
dirt, gravel, stones, building materials, wood, coal, barrels, boxes, 
merchandise, or any rubbish of any kind whatever, and suffer the 
same to remain for twenty-four hours 

4. — All persons who shall obstruct the sidewalks or streets of the 
town to the molestation of travelers shall be subject to arrest as 
offenders against the public peace. Constables and police officers are 
instructed to enlorce this rule rigidly. 

5. — No person shall ride or drive ahorse in any street in the town 
at a rate faster than eight miles an hour. 

6. — No person shall play at ball, or throw balls, snow-balls, or 
stones, or discharge any gun or fire-arm, or make any bonfires or 
other fires, in any of the streets or public places in the town. 

COASTING. 

Coasting on any of the public streets of the town is prohibited, 
except upon such streets as the selectmen shall designate each year 
by public notice. 

PASTURING OF CATTLE OR OTHER ANIMALS ON STREETS OR WAYS. 

1. — The town hereby adopts and avails itself of the provisions of 
chapter 45 of the general statutes, relating to the pasturing of cattle 
or other animals in streets or ways. 

2. — No person shall be allowed to pasture any cattle, goat, or other 
animal upon any street or way in said town, either with or without a 
keeper, except within the limits of such way adjoining his own prem- 
ises, and field drivers are instructed to enforce this by-law. 

TRUANCY. 

The proper officers of the town shall rigidly enforce the provisions 
of the truant laws of the commonwealth. 

JUNK DEALERS. 

Every keeper of a shop for the purchase, sale, or barter of junk, old 
metals, or second-hand articles within the limits of this town shall 
keep a book, in which shall be written at the time of every purchase 
of any such articles a description of the article or articles purchased, 
the name, age, and residence of the person from whom, and the day 
and hour when such purchase was made ; such book shall at all times 
be open to the inspection of the selectmen, and any person by them 
authorized to make such inspection ; every keeper of such shop shall 
put in some suitable and conspicuous place on his shop a sign, having 
his name and occupation legibly inscribed thereon in large letters; 
such shop, and all articles of merchandise therein, may be examined 



64 

by the mayor and alderman of any city, or the selectmen of any 
town, or by any person by them respectively authorized to make such 
examination, at all times; no keeper of such shop shall, directly or 
indirectly, either purchase or receive by way of barter or exchange 
any of the articles aforesaid, of any minor or apprentice, knowing or 
having reason to believe him to be such ; and no article purchased or 
received shall be sold until a period of at least one week from the 
date of its purchase or receipt shall have elapsed. 

The selectmen are required to incorporate the above by-laws in 
every license which shall be granted for dealing in thejarticles therein 
mentioned, and shall revoke the same on reasonable proof of any 
violation thereof. 

LIST OF TAX-PAYERS. 

The names of all persons paying a tax on real or personal property 
shall be published annually in the town report, together with the 
amount of tax assessed upon each, and whether the same is paid or 
unpaid. 

PUBLICATION OF BY-LAWS. 

The selectmen shall publish these by-laws annually in connection 
with the town report. 

PENALTIES UNDER THE. BY-LAWS. 

Every violation of any of the foregoing by-laws shall be punished 
by a flue of not less than one dollar nor more than twenty dollars, to 
be recovered by complaint before any trial justice in the County of 
Norfolk, or any other court having jurisdiction. 

PROSECUTION UNDER THE BY-LAWS. 

Any citizen may, and the selectmen and constable shall, prosecute 
every violation ot any of the foregoing by-law*, by complaint before 
any trial justice in the County of Norfolk, or any other court having 
jurisdiction. 

REPEAL OF OLD BY-LAwS. 

All former by-laws of the town are repealed on approval of these 
by-laws, as provided for in the following section: — 

BY-LAWS, WHEN TO TAKE EFFECT. 

These by-laws shall go into effect from and after their passage and 
their approval bv the superior court within and for the County of 
Norfolk. 

Attest : 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



Norfolk, ss. Superior Court, September Term, to wit: October 5, 
1875. The foregoing By-Laws are approved. By the Court. 

ERASTUS VVORTHINGTON, Clerk, 
A true copy. Attest: 

ERASTUS WORTlilNGTON, Clerk. 



65 



At a meeting of the legal voters of the town of Hyde Park, 
Mass., held March 29th, 1877, it was to ted to so alter the By-Laws 
of this town, that the Section entitled, 

UNEXPENDED APPROPRIATIONS, 

Shall, instead of the present reading, read as follows, to wit: 

"Any unexpended balance of the regular annual appropriations, 
excepting the school appropriations, shall at the close of each 
financial year, be paid into the sinking fund, to be used in extin- 
guishing the town debt." 

And at a meeting held April 10th, 1877, by adjournment of the 
above-mentioned meeting, it was voted to adopt the following 

BY-LAWS IN RELATION TO THE PREVENTION OF FIRES, TO WIT : 

It shall be the duty of every person who shall commence the erection 
of any building within the town of Hyde Park to notify the Board of 
Engineers thereof before he shall commence building .the chimneys 
therein. 

All chimneys in wooden buildings shall be built of brick, stone, or 
other fire-proof non-conducting material. All brick flues shall be 
smoothlv plastered inside with mortar from top to bottom and outside 
below the roofing. 

In no case shall chimneys rest upon any flooring without a footing 
of masonry or iron supported by iron beams, having a secure bearing 
of masonry or iron at either end. 

All flues shall be topped out at least four feet above the roof of the 
building to which they belong. The brick topping out of chimneys 
shall not have more than two inches projection, unless covered by a 
cap of metal or stone properly secured. 

Hearths of fireplaces or grates shall be laid upon brick or other 
trimmer arches, or upon bars of iron supporting a bed of brick-work. 

No wood-work of any kind shall be placed at a less distance than 
one inch from the outside brick-work of any flue. In no case shall 
a nail be driven into the masonry of any flue. 

No wood-work shall be placed at a less distance than one inch 
from any tin or other metal flue or flues, pipe or pipes, used or in- 
tended to be used to convey heated air or steam in any building, un- 
less such flues or pipes shall be cased with metal, leaving a free 
circulation of air all around the same. 

No smoke-pipe in any such wooden or frame building shall here- 
after enter any flue, unless the said pipe shall be at least twel e in- 
ches from either the floors or ceiling; and in all cases where smoke- 
pipes pass through stud or wooden partitions of any kind, whether 
the same be plastered or not, they shall be guarded by either a double 
collar of metal, with at least four inches of air space and holes for 
ventilation or by a soap-stone ring, not less than three inches n 
thickness and extending through the partition. 



66 

The Board of Engineers shall examine into all shops and 
other places where shavings or other combustible material 
may be deposited or collected, and at all times be vigilant 
in the removal of the same, whenever, in the opinion of 
any majority of them, the same may be dangerous to the security of 
the town from fires ; and direct the owner, tenant, or occupant of 
said shops, or other places, to remove the same ; and in case such 
owner, tenant, or occupant's refusal or neglect so to do, to cause tho 
same to be removed at the expense of such owner, tenant, or oc- 
cupant. 



It shall also be the duty of said Engineers to take cognizance of all 
buildings in the town in which any steam engine shall|be used, and of 
all buildings in the town in process of erection or alteration, and to 
make a record of such thereof as in their judgment may from any 
cause be dangerous, and report the same to the Selectmen forthwith, 
And whenever in the opinion of a majority of the Board of Engineers, 
any chimney, hearth, oven, stove, stovepipe, fire-frame or other fix- 
ture, or any camphene or other explosive or inflammable fluid or 
material, or whatever else may give just cause of alarm, should be 
altered, repaired or removed, they, the said Engineers, shall forth- 
with notify and direct the owner, tenant or occupant of the 
premises upon which the same are situated, to alter, repair or 
remove the same, as the said Engineers shall direct. And 
in case such tenant, owner or occupant shall refuse or neglect 
so to do, the said Engineers shall cause the same to be remov- 
ed, altered or repaired at the expense of such owner, tenant, or 
occupant, who shall also be liable to a penalty, not exceeding fifty 
dollars for such neglect or refusal. And any person who shall ob- 
struct the Engineers, or any of them, in carrying out the provisions 
of this section, shall be liable to a penalty not exceeding fifty dollars m 



The removal, extension or essential alteration of any building; 
also, the rebuilding or repairing of any building which has been 
partially destroyed by fire, shall be subject to the same restrictions 
which are imposed by the foregoing By-laws on the erection of build- 
ings. 

PENALTIES UNDER THE BY-LAWS. 

Every violation of any of the foregoing By-laws shall be punished 
by a fine not exceeding fifty dollars'to be recovered by a complaint 
before any trial justice in the county of Norfolk or any other court 
having jurisdiction. 

PROSECUTION UNDER THE BY-LAWS. 

Any citizen may, and the Board of Engineers and constables, shall, 
after five days notice in writing to the violator thereof, which notice 
shall contain a definite statement of the matter complained of, prosecute 
every violation of any of the foregoing By-laws, by complaint before 
any trial justice in the county of Norfolk or any other court. 



67 



BY-LAWS WHEN TO TAKE EFFECT. 



These By-laws shall go into effect upon their passage and approval 
by the superior court within and for the county of Norfolk. 
Attest : 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



Norfolk, s.s. Superior Court, April Term, 1877. The foregoing 
By-laws relating to fires, and also relating to unexpended balances 
are approved by the court. 

JOHN W. BACON, J. S. C. 

A true copy. Attest : 

ERASTUS WORTHINGTON, Clerk. 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. 



Aborn, Henry T. 
Adler, Leonard 
Alderman, M. P. 
Alderman, Lucy 
Alden, C. L. & Co. 
Aldrich, E. C. . 
Aldrich, P. W. 
Alexander, Martha 
Allen, AbbieF. 
Allen, Charlotte M. 
Allen, C. F. 
Allen, Orville . 
Allen, Zenas 
Anderson, Lydia 
Arentzen, Christina 
Arey, Mrs. John W. 
Arnold & Hibbard 
Arnold, Isaiah F., heirs of 
Artault, Louis E. 
Atkinson, Robert 
Ayer, George, heirs of 



Badger, Susan C. 
Bailey, Annie E. 
Bailey, A. E. & Co. 
Balcom, D. O. 
Balkam, S. B. . 
Baptist Church Society 
Bardan, Michael 
Barrett, Hannah 
Barrows, Harriett M 
Barrv, Michael 
Barry, B. J. 
Bartlett, Elisabeth 
Barker, James H. 
Bass, George J. 
Bates, J. C. 
Bates, Annie 
Barnard, L. H. . 
Barry, Nathan F. 
Beatey, Annie J. 
Bean, Aaron H. 
Bean, J. W. 
Bennett, Alfred W, 
Bennett, John 
Berger, Antoine 
Bickmore, A. P. 
Bicklord, L. B. 
Bidwell, L. B. . 
Bigelow, F. C. 
Bigelow, Mary L. 
Blackmer, Seth M. 
Bird, L. J. 
Blake, Ruth S. 
Blake & Raynes 
Blanchard, Richard, h 
Blasdale, Henry 
Bleakie, John 
Bleakie, Margaret F. 
Bleakie, Robert 
Bleakie, Robert & Co. 



Real 
Estate. 



$34 65 

13 20 

49 50 

56 10 

47 85 

85 80 
6 60 
89 10 
51 15 
51 97 
39 60 
21 45 
37 95 
29 70 
51 15 
33 vO 
35 35 
16 50 



112 20 
49 50 

37 12 

84 98 
67 65 

5 77 
29 70 
16 50 

28 05 

23 10 
64 35 
66 00 

31 35 

32 18 

33 00 

24 75 
19 80 
24 75 
23 10 
33 83 
42 90 
80 So 



4 12 
67 65 

97 35 

9 90 

1('8 07 

87 45 

31 35 

100 65 

1,230 49 



Per- 
sonal. 


$14 85 


8 25 


8 25 


4 95 


2 OS 


13 20 


82 50 


50 


2 47 


82 


50 


7 10 


2 47 


2 48 

3 30 


4 95 
4 13 

50 


8 25 


8 30 
412 50 
330 CO 



Unpaid. 



39 60 

21 45 



29 70 



85 35 

lo 50 



112 20 
49 56 
13 20 
33 82 

67 65 

5 77 
29 70 



28 05 
23 10 



32 18 

00 
24 75 
26 90 



36 30 



72 60 
4 13 



9 90 

108 07 



70 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



Bleakie, Robert, Trustee 

Blodgett, s. P. 

Bloom, Julius 

Bodwell, Nathaniel 

Bonnell & Hood 

Bonney, Susan 

Bowen, Patience 

Bowers, Sarah F» 

Boyd, Francis 

Boynton, Francis 

Boy n ton & Rogers 

Brackett, John S. 

Brady, John 

Brainard, Amos H. 

Bragdon, Julia A. 

Brainard Milling Machine C 

Brannon, Patrick 

Brigham, F. D. 

Bridgman, Alfred F. 

Brooks Addie H» 

Brooks, Alfred L. 

Brown, I. J. 

Brown, James 

Brown, - r anies 

Brown , O. Q. * 

Brvant, W. C. 

Buchan, Thomas 

Bullird, Isaac 

Bullard, William, heirs of 

Bullard, vVillium Ah, heirs of 

Billiard, John N. 

Bunton, Henry S. 

Bunker, S. S. . 

Bunker, Charles E. 

Burk, Patrick 

Burk, Thomas, 1st 

Burk, Thomas, 2d 

Burns, Dennis 

Burns, D. D. 

Burns, Timothy 

Burnett, Marshall 

Butler, George H., heirs 

Buzzey, Charlotte A. . 

Buzzey, H. P. . » 

Buzzell, Mattie G. 



Cable, Robert M. 

Caffin, F- H. 

Caldwell, J. A. 

Campbell, Josiah W\ 

Concannon, Patrick 

Cannon, Michael 

Cannon, Michael, 2d, heirs of 

Carlton, W. F . 

Carr A. P. 

Carter, A. F. . 

Carter, J. B. 

Cary, Harrison 

Case, Eliza L. 

Case, Samuel 1. 

Case, W, J. 

Cassidy, James 

Campbell, Agnes 

Calkins, William A. 

Chadwick, Joseph H 

Chamberlain, H. C. 



Real 

Estate. 



$99 00 
7 42 
36 30 
49 50 
33 83 
39 60 
33 00 
31 35 
91 58 
42 90 
51 15 
20 62 
17 33 

118 80 
23 93 

115 50 
27 23 

60 22 

38 78 
41 25 
448 80 
19 80 

6 60 
3 30 
] 65 

46 20 
355 58 

48 68 



Per- 
sonal. 



Unpaid. 



8 25 


36 30 


8 45 


10 72 


6 60 


37 95 


30 52 


8 25 


34 65 


64 35 


34 65 


1 65 


28 05 


162 53 


85 80 


SO 85 


14 85 


15 68 


9 07 


3 30 


16 50 


26 40 


19 80 


7 42 


28 05 


66 82 


36 30 


60 22 


50 32 



3 30 

18 56 

50 

214 50 

1 65 

16 50 



4 12 

1 48 

2 48 



82 
25 25 

3 30 



2 97 



2 48 



2 48 

6 60 

4 12 

24 75 



$7 42 
49 50 

38 00 
94 88 

17 33 



60 22 



36 30 
3 30 
8 45 



34 65 
1 65 



85 80 
83 82 



9 07 

2 48 

Hi 48 

66 82 

75 07 



71 



Resident Tay-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per. 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Chamberlain, Thomas , 


fOO iH 






Chapiu, Mrs. A. 










79 20 






Chapin, 8. F. 












90 75 




Chapman, Lucy A. 










175 72 






Chase, Francis A. 










29 70 


2 48 




Cnesley, S. A. . 










35 48 






Chipman, Benjamin . 










21 45 




21 45 


Choate, W. P. . 










90 75 


3 30 




Churchill, E. S. . 










1 65 






Clapp, Charles F. 










28 05 




28 05 


Clarke, Joseph Q. 










41 25 






Clarke, L. C. 










3 30 


49 50 


3 30 


Clark e, Marcus, heirs of , 










45 58 






Clark' Mrs. Mary, 1st. 










23 10 






Clark' Mrs. Mary, 2d . 












33 00 




Claik, Mrs. S. 8. 










54 45 


4 54 


58 m 


Clark, S. D. . . 










34 65 






Clark, Sarah A. 












27 47 




Clary, Mary 










21 45 


1 65 




Coan, E. N. & Co. 












61 87 


61 87 


Cobb, Mrs. J. L. 












24 75 




Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr. 










115 50 


33 00 




Cochran, Adelaide L. . 










35 30 




36 30 


Cochran, Mary J. 










31 35 




31 35 


Coffin, S. B. . 










49 50 




49 50 


Coffin, Sarah A. 












7 42 


7 42 


Colby, C. H. . . , 










74 25 






Colby, Frank M. 












19 SO 




Coleman, E.J. 










I 95 


2 14 


7 09 


Coleman, Elizabeth S. 










23 93 




23 93 


Collins, Edward W. . 










52 80 






Collins, Laura 










20 62 






Congregational Society, 1st . 










61 05 






Conlan, P. S. ... 










33 00 




33 00 


Connor. Barney 












1 05 


1 65 


Connolly, Michael L. . 










7 42 




7 42 


Connolly, Michael . . . 










42 90 






Connolly , Stephen . . , 










4 95 




4 95 


Conroy, Patrick, 1st . 










4 95 






Conway, Ceorgianna F. 










23 93 




23 93 


Cook, Emilv A. 










31 35 




31 35 


Cook, Jacob . 










54 45 






Cook, Sarah A. 










16 50 




16 50 


Corson, Reuben 










74 25 


36 85 


111 10 


Corbett, Ellen E. 










24 75 




24 75 


Corbett, Jeremiah 










9 90 


S2 


10 72 


Corrigan, Mrs. John . 










19 80 


3 79 




Corrigan, Thomas 










14 02 


3 79 




Cowan, W. C. & Matilda 










29 70 


50 




Crocker, A.M. 












2 47 


2 47 


Crura pier, Arthur 










8 25 






Grummet, C. H. , 










101 48 


8 80 


105 28 


Cundall. George A. 












50 




Curler, Sabina 










17 32 


S3 


18 15 


Cottelle, Natlian T. 












4 12 




Cottelle, Sophia W. . . 










54 45 




54 4'5 


Coveney, James S. 










33 00 




33 00 


Coveney, Augusta E. . . 










30 52 






Cox, John . , 












3 30 




Cook, C. W. . . „ 








18 15 


4 29 


22 44 


D 








Damon, Roscoe .... . . 


11 55 






Darling, Henry A. ..... 


44 55 






Darling, W. H. ...... 


51 15 




51 15 


Davis, Alonzo ...... 


41 25 







n 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Davis, David ±j. 
Davis, F. A. 
Davis, Manilla H. J 
Davenport, (J. E. 
Day, Sarah R. • 
Dean, Frank H. 
Dean, H. F. 
De'Entremont, Miss 
Dee, Dennis, heirs of 
Dolan. Patrick 
Dolau, Thomas 
Donahue, John 
Doulan, Malachi 
Dow nes, G. S. 
Downey, John 
Downey, Michael 
Downing, Alfred 
Downing, Belinda 
Downing, Elizabeth C 
Dooley, Robert 
Dowse, George S. 
Dunn, J. I\ 
Dunn, William, Jr. 
Dure)], J. M. 
Dyer, Qaincv 
Dyer William 
Dykes, Andrew 



Easterwood, Isabella 
Edwards, C L. 
Edwards, Lovey L. 
Edwards, Elinor J. 
Eddy, D. C. 
Edenberg, John 
Ellis, J. D. 
Ennekiuu, John J. 
Emery, J. F. 
Estes, G. F. 
Euslis, Maria A. 
Eustis, William E. 
Evans, Joseph 
Evans, Thomas C. 
Everett, W. S. 
Ewins, Alexander 



Fairbanks, Caroline N. 
Fahbairn, Win. U. 
Fall, James B. 
Fallon, Bridget 
Fallon, Peter & Michael 
Farnswoith, C. L. 
Farriugton, G. E.' 
Farrington, J. B. 
Faunce, Thomas E. 
Faunce, Josephine 
Fellows, U. M. 
Fernald, George M. 
Field, Thomas G. 
Fife, James 
Fife, Margaret 
Fisher, Andrew 
Fisher, Sophia 
Fiske, Andrew J. 
Jfiske, Mrs. Elvina A. 



Real 


Estate. 


$166 65 


4 95 


11 55 


34 65 


67 65 


83 00 


27 23 


9 08 


25 58 


44 55 


22 28 


18 98 


23 92 


110 55 


40 42 


46 20 


6 60 


59 40 


70 95 


44 55 


52 80 


14 85 


75 07 


69 30 


6i 35 


29 70 


56 10 


51 15 


43 73 


118 80 


69 30 


21 45 


113 02 


82 50 


69 30 


42 90 


54 45 


9 90 


18 98 


92 40 


66 83 


29 70 


7 42 


44 55 


28 05 


14 02 


3 30 


44 55 


19 80 



Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


$115 50 
9 07 

4 95 

2 48 


$4 95^ 
]6 50 
34 65 
67 65 

2 48 


50 

7 42 


9 08 

25 5S 

50 

52 97 


2 14 


22 12 


02 70 
79 20 




1 G5 


1 65 




6 60 


19 80 
1 65 
1 05 


1 65 


4 13 


4 13 




69 30 


11 55 




2 47 

3 30 




4 54 
71 36 
24 75 


4 54 



2 48 

15 '26 
5" 

16 50 
33 Oil 

4 95 



16 50 
2 06 
9 5i 

16 59 



15 2G 
10 40 
35 48 
1'25 40 



28 05 



5 36 
9 57 



73 



Resident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Rea 1 
Estate. 


1 Per- 
sonal. 


Un.juid. 


Fiske, H. C. 


$113 03 


$1 48 




Fitton, Johanna 










31 35 




$31 35 


Flarity , Roger 










4 95 


99 




Flemm; ng, James 












1 24 


1 24 


Foss, (J. D. . . 










29 70 




29 70 


Foster, Alfred 










184 80 


1 98 




Foster, Andrew 










19 80 






Foster, Charles A. 










4 95 






Foster, Mrs. S. A. 










23 92 






Fowle, Frances A. 










33 00 






Foot, Charlotte L. 










51 15 






Frame, John 










70 05 






Fratn n ton, Robert L. . 










42 90 


4 95 




Freeman, Thomas 












10 72 




French, Caroline A. . 










36 30 




36 E0 


French, L. J. 












37 35 




Frost, Fannie M. 










31 35 






Frye. Jane E. . . 










31 35 






Furdan, John , 










51 15 






G 








Galligan, Andrew ...... 


2S 05 




28 05 


Galligan, John, heirs of 










28 05 






Galligan, Matthew 












7 42 




Gardner, C. E. 












2 47 


47 


Gately, Thomas, heirs of 










26 40 






Cay, Richard L. 










41 25 






Gerald, P. L. 










55 28 


6 60 


hi 88 


Gibbons, Patrick, heirs of . 










7 42 




7 42 


Giles, A. E. 










245 85 


19 80 




Giles, Henry 










39 00 






Giles, Mrs. Susannah R. H. . 












52 18 




Gilimu'tin, Patrick 












50 


50 


Gilson, John 










37 95 


1 G5 


39 60 


Gilson, Sarah . 










4 95 




4 95 


Gilson, W. W. ... 










83 00 




83 00 


Goodwin, Etnciine N. . 










35 47 






Gordon, Mary D. . . . 










29 70 






Goss, Daniel J. -. „• 










41 25 


2 29 


45 54 


Goss, Eliza L. ... 










66 00 




66 00 


Gould, 11. H., neirs ot 










37 95 






Graham, Frank C. . 












8 25 




Grant, Peter 










24 75 


50 




Gray, 0. 1'. . 










61 35 




64 35 


Greeley, Lima C. 










31 35 




31 35 


Green, Lows A. 










24 75 






Greenwood, Elihn, heirs of . 










202 13 


95 01 




Greenwood, Frank 










6 60 






Greenwood, Phoebe H. 










20 62 






Gregg, Clai k C. 










36 30 






Grew Henry, 










1,245 75 


132 6!i 




Grew, Henry S. ... 












235 12 




Gndlev, Susan P. 










51 15 






Griffin, Fanny M. . 










42 07 




42 07 


Gunnison, G. VV. 










8 25 


8 25 


H 








Halden, John ...... 


70 12 






Halden, Mrs. S. C. 










4 95 






Hale, Alfred^ heirs of . » 










53 62 






Haley, Charles 










207 90 


2 4S 


210 38 


Hall, Augusta 










37 95 




37 95 


Hall, I. H. ... 










33 00 






Hall, Joseph R. 










35 4S 






Hall, Mary E. 










16 50 






Haaehett, George W. 










41 25 






Ha,nsconi, George \V. 












2 47 


2 47 



74 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMlSs. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid, 


Hardy, Elizabeth . 


$3 30 


$5 91 


$9 24 


Ravlow, Philander 






56 10 






Harmon, Benjamin 






17 32 






Hambiin, Benjamin L. 






90 75- 






Hambiin, Frank H. 






2S 05 






HainbJiti, J. G. 






150 15 




150 15 


Haskell, Gideon H. 






67 65 






Hask-11, Maria 






37 12 






Hathaway, W. H. 








1 65 


1 6-5 


Hathaway, E. S. 






42 90 


3 30 




Hatch, Freeman 






36 30 






Hatlinger, J. J.. ... 








3 30 




Haven, George E. 






48 67 






Hassom. RosaP. 






49 5C 






Hawes, C. E. ... 








2 47 




Hawes, VV. L. . 






23 10 






Hayes, 0. C. .... 






51 15 






Hayward.E. S. , 






87 45 






Haseltine, David 






87 95 






Hebard. Nathaniel 






90 75 


50 


91 29 


Henstis, (J. P. ... 






82 02 






Hedge, Elizabeth 






37 95 






Henderson, Mary 






3 30 






Hersey, Francis D. 






22 27 




22 27 


Heydeeker, Louis 






28 tSS 






Biggins, David 






83 32 


50 


83 82 


Higgins, Henry M, .... 






74 25 


1 65 




Hill, Hamilton A. 








14 85 


14 85 


Kill, Joseph 






45 37 






Hill, Sarah J. 






37 95 






Hill, W. S. ... 








1 65 


1 65 


Hillborn, wavah A. B, . 






36 30 




36 30 


Hilton, Win. B. 






34 65 




34 6& 


Hodgkinson. John 






14 85 






Hohlen, Louisa B. 






44 55 




44 26 


Hollis, Elizabeth 






29 70 






Holmes, C. P. 






39 60 






Holmes, Mary 






16 50 






Holtham, H. S. 






40 43 


9 07 


49 50 


Holt, C. P. 






56 10 




56 10 


Hodges, J. F. ... 






115 50 






Hoi way, A. H. ... 






376 20 




376 20 


Hohvay, Emma A. 






41 25 




41 25 


Hood, Georgiana 






4 95 






Hoogs, William H. 






89 10 






Holzer, Annie M. . .. ■ 






9 08 






Hopkirk, Jane 






52 SO 






Hopkirk, Martha 






11 55 






Home, Ernest, heirs of 






18 15 






Horn, Olive 






19 80 




19 80 


Howara, E. D. 






18 97 






Howard, Margaret B. 






41 25 






Howe, Silas 








50 




Howes, H. J. ... 






36 30 




36 30 


House, Annie 






1 65 




1 65 


House, Nettie F. B. . 






39 60 






Hovey, Solomon 






100 65 


103 95 




Hudson, George 






58 57 






Huggins, Charles E. . .. . 






31 35 






Hughes, Elizabeth E. 






47 85 






Hughes, Mrs. Owen . 






39 60 


5 77 


45 37 


Hughes, William J. . 








1 05 




Hurd, W. J. ... 






37 12 






Hurter. George C. 






39 60 






Hutchinson, H. E., heirs of 






21 45 




21 45 


Hyde Park Savings Bank 






151 31 




37 13 



75 



Resident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



■NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


I 

Ingersoll, William H. . 


$89 51 






Ireland, Alice ....... 


32 18 






J 
James, George >..... 


28 05 




$28 05 


Jaquith, Andrew ...... 


29 70 




29 70 


■Jenkins, Eliza B» 


41 2S 




41 25 


Johnston, John J. ..... 




$13 130 


13 20 


Jones, James A. .... 


34 65 




34 65 


Jordan, Hattie N. .■....-. 


28 05 




28 05 


Jordan, Susan L. . . » 


56 10 






Jordan, William . . .... 




82 


82 


Joubert, D. Z. ...... 


29 70 






Joubert, L. A, •....,, 


38 77 




38 77 


Joyce, Jane •..»,.. 


24 75 


50 




m 








•Kapler, Minrod ,.•.■.». 


19 80 






Keene, Mary A. ■. 


33 00 






Keene, Charles W. ...... 


1 65 




1 65 


Kelley, Archibald .-...-., 


2 48 




2 48 


Kelley, Mary A. . -. 


19 SO 






Kellogg, Clara W. 




'8 25 


8 25 


Kendall, D. F. 


46-20 


29 70 




Kendall, E. A. .... 


44 55 


8 25 




Keyes, J. C. ..-,... 




2 06 




Kearney, John ...... 




50 




Kiggin, John •....,. 


19 80 






Kiggin, Michael 


44 55 


190 28 




Kingston. Thomas , -. . .... 


4 .12 






Knight, Albert ».,.-.... 




50 




Knight, Rhoda E. ..... 


33 82 






Kubasch, H. C W. . 


41 25 






Kuhn, Clara E. ...-..-.. 


25 58 






1^ 

Lake, Martha S. ■. ■* . 


30 53 


2 47 




Lanahan, Robert ... . 


3 30 




3 30 


Lancaster, E. M. „ 


46 20 


6 60 




Lane, Charles E. ..... . 


44 55 






Lane, Mrs. Ann ...... 


14 02 






Lane, Edward .... 


22 27 






Lane, Marcus M. ...... 


IS 98 






Lawler, Patrick •.•»•. . . . 


26 40 ; 






Lawrence, Catherine ...-..■" 


37 95 






Larson, P. H. ....... 


15 68 




15 68 


Leadbeater, Charles . . .... 


20 62 






Lee, Bridget ....... 


28 05 






Leland, Rice & Co. 




16 50 




Leonard, Charlotte . . .... 


36 30 




36 30 


Leonard, Martin, heirs of . .... 


19 SO 




19 80 


•Leonard, Thomas F. . . . -. . . 


47 89 






Leseur, B. F, . 


75 90 


23 10 . 




Leseur, Horatio ... ... 


101 47 






Leverett, J. W. ...... 


41 25 






Lewis, Mary C. . 


34 65 


16 50 




Lingren, Sweeney .-..,.. 


18 15 


1 65 


19 80 


Littlefield, Julia A. W 




16 50 


16 50 


Loomis, Sirs. Jane -.-..... 


74 25 






Lord, Mrs. Elizabeth L. . ... 


16 50 


50 




Laughlin, Mrs. A.L. ...... 


43 72 




43 72 


Lovell, Sarah A. •. -. . , . 


39 60 




39 60 


Lucas, Amasa ....... 




2 14 


2 14 


Lucey, Misses E. & M. 




5 77 




Lyon, Maria L. ...... 




44 55 


44 55 



76 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES, 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal, 


Unpaid, 


M 








Macomber, Amos, heir 


s of .- 


$8 25 




§8 25 


Macomber, Edward, h 


sirs of 










4!) 50 






Macomber, Martha D. 














52 80 






Maguire, Martha 














14 85 






Mahoney, Dennis 
















5 11 




Mahoney, Florence 














7 42 




7 42' 


Mandell, A. A. 














23 10 




23 10 


Mansfield, Olivia W. 














61 05 






Marr, Adaline M. 














115 50 


3 30 




Marr & Ward 














S30 






Mathews, Frank 














33 00 






Matliewson, Jerome 














29 70 






Martin, Bridget 














8 25 




8 25- 


Martin, Eliza 














23 10 


2 14 


25 24 


McAvoy, J. D. 














64 35 


41 25 




McCabe, Patrick 














13 20 




13 20- 


McCarty, James 
















50 




McCarty, Peter 














26 40 




26 40 


McDermott, Joseph 














30 52 






McDonald, David A. 














8 25 




8 25- 


MeDonough, John 














28 05 


50 




McUonough, Margaret 












18' 15 






McGaw, Robert 












37 12 






McGillicuddy, John, heirs ot 












17 32 




17 32- 


McGormley, William 














2 48 


2 48 


McGovern, Thomas 














99 




McGowan, Thomas 












11 55 




11 55 


McKenna, Edward 














26 40 


2 47 


28 87 


McEenna, J. H. 














28 05 


2 47 




McKiinley, Hugh 














13 20 






McMasters, Bernard 














14 02 


1 32 


15 34 


McMahon, James 














13 20 


1 rt2 


14 52 


McNabb, James 
















1 32 




McNally, Ann 














31 35 






McNacuara, John 














35 48 


4 62 




Meister, Gusiavus 














14 85 




14 85 


Mellon, Laura M. 














20 62 






Meserve, A. J. 
















2 47 


2 47 


Meserve, Eliza P. 














44 55 




44 55- 


Meserve, Emily 
















2 48 




Methodist Church Society 












46 20 




46 20 


Milan, Patrick, heirs of 












6 60 




6 CO 


Miles, George 














28 05 




Miller, Annie M 














18 15 




18 lri 


Miller, George H. 














59 40 


3 30 


59 40 


Miner, Henry B. 














113 02 


12 38 




Mitchell, Walter J). 














33 00 




33 00' 


Mooar, J. F. 














37 95 






Moody, F. 














3 30 






Morgan, Ira 














36 30 




36 30 


Morrison, E. R. 














21 45 






Morrison, Henry 














24 75 




24 75 


Morton, E. J. . 
















I 65 


1 65 


Moseley, Samuel R. 
















19 80 


19 80 


Monahan, James 














26 40 






Moulton, Caroline 














34 65 






Mulvey, Francis 
















1 24 


1 24 


Monroe, Fannie B. 














3-i 78 






Murray, John 














20 62 




20 62 


Murray, Thomas 














9 90 






Morrow, Ei 


mice 














24 75 








IV 








Nay, John H. HHH 




50 




Newell^Mary A. ..... 


2 48 




2 -IS 



77 



Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Newton, E. D. . . . 


$04 32 






Nichols, Nancy H. 












105 84 




$56 84 


Noble, Mark B. 












30 30 


$24 75 




Norling, O. G. . 












28 83 






Non-is, Win. H. 












31 35 






Norris, W. H. . 












66 00 






Noyes, A.N. 












47 02 






Noyes, Mrs. M. FT. 












69 30 






Noyes, Cli ivies W. 












33 00 






Noyes, EJizabetb 














9 OS 




Noyes, Geo. VV. 












19 80 




19 80 


O 








O'Brien, Daniel ....... 




50 


50 


O'Brien., John 






28 05 


24 .75 


52 80 


O'Brien, Mai tin 








123 75 


9 90 




O'Oonne!!, John 










3 30 






O'Dounell, Edward 








t 


27 23 






O'Keefe, Thomas 








„ 


16 50 


99 


17 49 


Olson, Martin 










23 10 




23 10 


•O'Neal, Arthur 










29 70 






Orcutt, ¥., U.S. 




.. ' . 


33 00 




33 00 


P 








Page, Augustus A. 


47 02 






Peare, George H. 












1 65 


1 65 


Palmer, A. S. 














82 




Partridge, Misses €. A, & A 


C 










69 30 






Partridge, Jewell 














.99 




Pay son, S . W. 












77 55 


3 30 




Peabody & Co. 














39 60 




Peabody, E. S. 












41 25 




41 25 


Peabody, Mary L. 












11 55 






Peck, Mary Ana 












37 95 






Perkins, David 












212 85 


14 85 




Perkins, Louisa R. 












24 75 






Perkins, Mary B. 












34 65 


83 


35 4S 


Perry, Mrs. Ira 












48 68 




48 68 


Perry, F. A. ... 












21 45 






Pickett, John N. 












34 65 






Pierce, Elizabeth 












41 25 






•Pierce, !■ rank H. 












84 15 






Pierce, George . 












54 45 






Pierce, Ira G. 












39 60 


50 


-40 10 


Pierce, John 












3 30 


2 47 


3 30 


Pierce, Job A. . 












1 65 






Pierce, J. Eddv 














2 06 




Pinchon, Moses 












13 20 


99 


7 19 


Piper, J. Ellery 












69 30 






Phelps, Henry 












6 60 




6 60 


Phelps, Henry B. 






„ 






52 80 






Phillips, Benjamin E. 












1 65 




1 65 


Phipps, D. W. . 












74 25 


9 24 


83 4S 


Piummer, Isaac C. 












75 90 






Pollard, George, heirs of 












77 55 






Poole, William 












36 30 






Porter, Ira 0. 












36 30 




36 SO 


Pothec.ary, Mrs. H. 


-= 










34 65 






Preble, Sophia R. 












59 40 






Preole, Thomas M. , 












19 97 






Preston & Littlefleld . 














4 95 


4 95 


-Price, Susan II. 












34 65 




34 65 


Price, William 












47 85 






Putnam, S. C. ... 










74 25 


69 30 




Putnam, S. L. & Bent, G. W. 










42 08 




12 04 



7S 



Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid, 


ft 








Quimtiy, J. B. , r r , * 


$47 85- 






R. 








Radford, Benj. F. ... 


1G9 95 


$41 84 




Raeder, Henry . . . . . 


66 01) 




$C6 00? 


Sand, David 0. . . . 


16 50 






Raynes, Eliaabeth . .. . . ^ . 


51 15- 






Raynes, JoIih J. ...... 


69 30 


99 


70 29? 


Reurdou, Ellen . . . . . • .. 


8 66 






Reed, Edwin ........ 


56 10 




56 10 


Reynolds, S. H. . . . .. 


44 55 




44 55 


Rhodes, C. H. 


5-2 80 






Rice, Norman *. 


42 90 




42 90 


Rich, A. J. ....... 


19 80 




19 80* 


Rich, Frank B. , 


4 95 






Rich, Harriett F. . - 


6 60 






Rich, Henry A„ . . - . ' . ... ' 


113 85 






Rich, Henry A. 


9 07 






Rich, R. R. 


51 15 


1 65 




Richards, Annie F. „ . 


227 70 


4 62 




Sichardson, A. F.~ ...... 


44 55 




44 55» 


Richardson, A. M. .- . , 




3 30 


3 30* 


Richardson, George L.. ...... 


62 TO 


49 50 




Richards, R. A. ....... 


140 25 






Ripley, Edward F- . - , 


34 65 






Riley, Joseph ....... 


4 95 


40 




Risk, Thomas H. . .. . . . 


34 65- 




34 65* 


Roberts, Elizabeth ....... 


61 05 






Robinson, John T. ...... 


67 65 




67 65- 


Robinson, B. F. - .. 


23 10 






Rogers, Annie L. . ... 


60 22 






Rogers, John A., heirs of 


98 18 




98 ]&• 


Rogers,. John H. ....... 




1 65 


1 65» 


Rogers, Michael ........ 




50 


50 


Rogers, William, heirs of 


77 55 






Rogers, William My .. ....... 


29 70 






Rogers, & Den ham ...... 




13 20 


13 20 


Roome, Bridget E. . ... . .. ... 


24 75 






Rooney f Elizabeth - 


1 65- 






Rooney, Mary . 


1 65 




1 05' 


Rooney, Patrick ....... 




13 20. 


IS 20 


Rooney, Patrick J. . ..... 


28 05 




23 10 J 


Rooney, , Patrick M,. ... 




50 


50 


Rooney,. Rose . 


1 65 




1 65 


Rooney, Thomas ...... 


23 92 


1 65 


25 5? 


Roundy, S..R- ...... 


7 42 






Roundy, W. E.. ........ 


25 58 






Souillard, E. R. 


21 45 






Routley, Henry ...... 




3 30 


3 30 


Runuells, L. A. - . . 


33 83 




33 8J- 


Russell, Ann ........ 


1 65 




i es- 


Russell,. Ellen H. ..... 


18 15 






Russell, D. \V. ....... 




16 50 




Ryan, Isaac L. ..... 




IS 15 




Ryan, Patrick 




50 


se- 


Ryder, Calvin . . ... 


88 27 


20 63- 




S 
Samuels, S-arah B. .......... 


41 2S 




41 25' 


Sanborn, Mary J. . . . +■ 




31 35 




Sandeen,, Catherine, heirs of .... 


9 90 






Sanford, weorge .... 


30 52 




30 52: 


Sanford & Runneils ....... 




33 00 


S3 00" 


Savage, E. D. ...... 




23 92' 




Savage, James F. ..... . 


3 30 






Savage, Mary E. 


35 48 







79 



Resident Tay-Payers — {Continued.) 



Saville, Josiah, heirs of 
Sawtelle, Mary M. 
Savvtelle, G. W. 
Sawyer, Daniel 
Sawyer, E. \V. 
Sayer, William H. 
Schell, Mrs. E. A. 
Sehofleld, Hannah 
Scott, N. VV. 
Scott, Eooert 
Scott, Robert, Jr. 
Sciivens, Joseph 
Sears, Bartlett 
Silver, George, heii"6 o 
Simmons, James 
Simmons, John O. 
Simmons, G. W. D. 
Shaw, Mary 
Shea, Annie M. 
Shea, Cornelius 
Shea, Edward . 
Shea, Margaret 
Shea, William . 
Sheedy, Daniel 
Sheehaa, Kridget 
Sherman, Dexter 
Sherman, Mary A. 
Smith, Charles W 
Smith, Ebio 
Smith, Henry H. 
Smith, J. E. 
Smith, John W. 
Smith. Maria E. 
Smith, W. A. 
Smith, W. S. 
Snow, A. W. 
Snow, Livonia C. 
Soule, John A. 
Soule, Sadie L. 
Soule, William T. 
Sparrell, W. P. 
Spring, Mary A. 
Spring, Robinson & Co 
Stack, John 
Stanley, Miss M. A. 
Stanley, Richard 
Starkey, Mrs. A. J. 
Stark, Mary 
Stark. Henry C. 
Stockford, U. J. 
Stocking, George L. 
Stone, Franklin 
Stone, W. P. 
Stoke, Robert H. 
Stevens, J. N. 
Stearns, C. G. . 
Stuart, William J. 
Swallow, li. D. 
Swan burg, C. G. T. 
Swan strom, A. 
Sweeney, Thomas W. 
Sweeney, Patrick 
Swett, L. (J., Jr. 
Swilt, T. P. 
Swinton, William 
Sumner, Henrietta C. 
Sumner, Sally 



Real 
Estate. 



Per- 
sona 



$36 30 

28 0.3 

1 6.3 

31 3.3 

41 25 

42 71) 
44 53 
24 75 
24 75 

107 25 



5 78 

9 90 

35 30 

33 00 

30 52 
8 2.3 
8 25 

11 .35 

52 80 
2 47 

11 55 
23 10 



35 47 



9 90 
S3 82 

29 70 



23 88 

1 65 
31 35 
66 00 
173 25 

18 98 



107 25 
63 53 

31 35 

62 70 
80 85 
70 9.3 

18 15 

32 J7 

84 15 
45 37 

29 70 
28 05 

19 80 

140 25 
31 35 

59 40 

412 50 



$ 82 
82 



29 70 
4 13 



Unpaid. 



2 0i 


5 12 


1 65 


1 65 


5 78 


1 24 


14S 50 


3 05 


2 47 


16 50 


41 25 


8 25 


2 97 


14 8.3 


8 25 


4 95 


1 65 


3 30 


95 70 


4 95 


1 05 


2 4S 


7 42 



§41 25 



24 75 
24 75 



4 13 



10 89 

11 .35 
52 80 

5 12 
11 55 

1 65 

1 05 

35 47 

1 21 

33 82 
29 70 



2 47 

1 63 

31 3.3 



8 25 

2 97 



31 35 
70 95 



18 15 

3 30 

45 37 



100 65 
59 40 



80 



Resident T ay-Payers — - (Concluded.) 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Sumner, W. P. ...... 


£42 90 






Sykes, Joseph, heirs of ..... 


82 50 




$82 50 


Sykes, Louisa M. ..... . 


47 85 




47 85 


T 








Tacy, George ...... 




$ S2 




Taylor, P. H., heirs of 












35 30 






Terry, Abbie A. 












39 60 


4 95 




Terry, Henry B. 












49 50 






Terry, John 












84 15 






Tewksburv, F. W. 












37 12 






Tibbetls, Ella D. 












29 70 






Tibbett. Mark 












1-1 85 






Tilden, Edwin 












44 55 




44 55 


Tilly, Emily 












16 50 




16 50. 


Tilly, C. M. 












31 35 




31 35 


Tilton, Eliza T. 












(■2 70 






Timpenny, Richard, heirs of 












23 10 






Timson, Herbert C. & Minnie B. 










47 85 


74 25 




Timson, Susan C. & Sarah Poster 










14 85 






Timson, Susau C. 










. 67 65 


29 70 




Tiriell, Caroline 












;-i2 17 




32 17 


Tirrell, Frederick is. 












34 65 


2 4S 


37 13 


Totinan, Lewis, Jr. 












4 95 




4 95 


Tower, Harriett L. 












44 55 






Townseud, Eliza 












3 30 






Townsend, G. M. 












(i 60 






Townseud, Hammer & Co. 












18 15 




IS 15 


Townseud, T. M. & T. D. Kel 


ley 










13 20 






Thayer, George D. 












Sii 30 




36 30 


Thompson, Mrs. H- A. B. 












33 00 






Thuline, Hans 












18 98 






Trainor, Elizabeth 












17 32 






Tripp, Geoige F. 














4 12 




Tucker, C. H. 












75 90 






Tuckerman, John H. . 












31 35 


2 48 


32 83 


Tutlle, Annie M. 












61 05 


50 


61 55 


Twitchell. Elizabeth M. 












82 






Twitchell, John M. 












49 50 


3 30 




Tyler, Caroline O. 












36 30 






V 








Underbill, Merrill ...... 


42 90 


3 71 




V 








Vanjrhan.C.P. 




13 20 


13 20 


Van Nt ss, Peter F. 












2 48 




2 4S 


Videto, Rebecca H. 












69 30 




69 30 


Vivian, Ann 












2.-J 70 




29 70 


Vivian, Roxanna 












42 90 




42 90 


Vofe, B. C. 












211 30 


2 47 




Vose, Mary E. 












41 25 






Vote, Mary A. B. 












47 85 




47 So 


Vo.e, Sarah M. 












27 22 






Vose, Sarah & Mary . 












72 eo 






W 








Walker, E. A. 


30 52 






Walker, E. R. 












42 08 




42 OS 


Wallace, Richard 












12 38 






Walmsley, Harriett M. 












19 80 




19 80 


Walters, Louisa T. 












94 05 


4 12 




Ward, Waldo F. 












179 85 


29 70 




Warren, Daniel, heirs of 












51 45 


47 85 




Wairen, Mrs. Mary E. 












39 60 






Washburn, Andrew 














82 50 




Washburn, Eliza G. 












120 45 


19 SO 





81 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



Waters, Ann 51 aria 

Webster, Amos 

Webster, Irving C. 

Weimer, Mary Ann 

Weisbrort, Annie E. 

Welch, Michael 

Weld, Joseph M. 

Weld, Theodore D. 

Wellington, C. W. W 

Wescott, Edward 

Wescott, Edward, Jr. 

Wiggin, Mary E. 

Wjgley, John 

Wilder, Joshua 

Willard, Henry L. 

Willett, Elisabeth T. 

Willett, Joseph 

Williams, Amanda 

Williams, Elizabeth, heirs of 

Williams, John M. 

Williams, Mary M. 

Williams, Phoebe A. 

Williams, Rinaldo 

Williams, W. H. 
Winchman, Charle3 
Wiswall, Julia 

Withington, George 

Wheeler, George S. 

W niches, Martin L., heirs of 

Whicher, Nancy 

W hite, Ann 

White, Georgianna 

White, J. D. 

White, Joseph H. 

White, Samuel L. 

Whitney, E. A. 

Whitney, A. H. 

Whitaker, D. 

Whittemore, P. B., heirs of 

Whittemore, Henry 

Wood, K. Frank 

Wood, Isabella 

Wood, Joseph 

Wricht, A. W. 

Wiight, Charles H. 

Wnglu, Elizabeth H. 

Wright, Richard 

Wright & PAine 



Real 
Estate. 



$14 85 
151 80 
28 (15 
14 02 
44 55 
12 38 
30 30 
184 80 
46 20 
99 00 

19 SO 

33 82 

20 40 
55 27 
18 98 
87 45 

00 

34 H5 

105 00 
23 10 

16 5(1 
77 55 
54 45 
11 55 
14 85 
34 05 

2a") 45 
60 00 

17 32 
34 65 
23 00 
42 OS 
21 45 
20 40 
39 00 

27 22 
3e 30 
72 00 

18 15 
34 65 

316 80 
41 55 
33 00 

106 43 



Per- 


sonal. 


$2 47 

2 48 


99 

9 07 

50 


57 75 


11 55 

5 78 
99 00 
24 75 

6 60 


2 47 


2 48 


13 20 
16 50 



1 65 

12 38 



3 30 
118 80 



Unpaid. 



$154 28 

23 05 



24 76 
32 35 



34 65 

108 07 



80 03 
54 45 

14 85 

13 20 

301 95 

06 00 

37 95 



26 40 
1 65 



33 00 
109 73 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYEPxS. 



NAMES. 


12E5IDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


A 
Acroyil, Harriett . 


UnkaowH 


$57 75 




$57 75 


Aldrich, Charles A. 




Un known , •■ 


3 30 




3 30 


Aldrich, Harrison A. 




Boston 


2 48 




2 48 


Alexander, John L. 




Belmont 


44 55 






Allen, Annie, heirs of 




Unknown 


3 30 




3 30 


American Tool and Machine Co 




Boston « 


816 80 


$184 80 




Ames, George H. 




Lowell 


8 25 




8 25 


Arnold, Sarah H., heirs of 




Boston 


31 35 






Austin, A. W. 




Boston 


3:i 00 






Ayer, Ezra C. 




Unionville, Conn. 


47 85= 






B 

Bacon, Laura A. . 


Hyde Park 


37 13 






Badger, Mrs. M. A. 






Maiden 


2 06 






Badger, Mary C. . 






Boston 


23 93 






Badger, Thomas H. 






Boston 


18 15 






Bailey, A. H. 






Somerville 


3 30 






Baker, Michael 






South Dartmouth 


6 60 






Baker, Alice T. 






Boston 


33 00 






Baldwin, Amelia . 






Boston 


54 04 






Baldwin & Webster 






Boston 


219 04 




219 04 


Bancroit, George 






Boston 


SO 85 






Barnard, Henry . 






South Ware, Me. 


1 05 




= 1 65 


Barnes, Ward & Co. 






Bosti n . 


1 65 




1 65 


Barney, J. O., heirs of 






Pawtucbet 


4 95 




4 95 


Bnrnev, George T. 






Boston 


45 37 






Barr, Elena S- 






Lawrence 


37 13 




37 IS 


Barry, Laura B. . 






Brockton 


51 98 






Bartlett, Elkenah, heirs o 


f 




Plymouth 


16 50 






Bartlett, Mrs. S. H. 






Unknown 


28 05 






Barnwell, John 






"Valley Falls 


3 30 






Barton, Hannah . 






Boston 


14 85 






Bass, Charles H. 






Unknown 


36 30 




36 30 


Bell, Catherine 






Hyde Park 


13 20 




13 20 


Bell, John 






Oedham 


3 30 






Bemis, Sarah C. 






Broikton 


41 25 






Binney, Matthew 






Boston 


70 95 






Bishop, Jane 






Boston 


12 38 






Black, GeoigeN., trustei 






Boston 


115 50 






Blakf, A. P., trustee 






Boston 


9 90 




9 90 


Blake, J. E. 






Unknown 


3 3u 




3 30 


Blanchard, S. S. . 






Boston 


34 65 






Bonnell, H. C. 




Bedham 


20 63 






Boston & Providence E. E. Co. 




Boston 


530 48 






iioyd, Samuel 




Booth Bay, Me. 


1 65 






Boyden,E. & G. E. 






Worcester 


45 38 






Boyclen, Mary D. 






Unknown 


28 05 






Boyle, Nellie D. 






Boston 


24 75 




24 75 


Brackett, F. B. 






Boston 


1 65 




1 65 


Brackett, S. E., trustee 






Boston ■ 


51 15 






Bradlee, Catherine C. 






Milton 


4 13 






Bradlee, KliaF. . 






South Boston . 


84 15 






Bradlee, John D., heirs o 


"f 




Milton 


28 05 




28 05 


Bradlee, J. Walter 






Milton 


62 70 






Bradlee, Henry E. 






Boston 


47 03 






Bradburv, Samuel A. 






Cleveland, O. . 


278 03 






Bragac, Thomas P. 






Hyde Park 


31 35 






Branncn, James . 






Jamaica Plains. 


13 20 




13 20 


Brazier, W. S. 






Boston 


27 22 






Brewer, Cyrus 






Boston 


113 03 







83 



Non-Resident Tax-Payees — (Continued.) 



-NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Beal 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Brewer, E. J. 


Boston . 


$18 15 






Broadbeck, Annie C. 






Be Iham . 


3 30 






Brooks, Annie F. . 






Unknown 


33 82 




$33 82 


Brooks & Converse 






Boston. . 


29 70 






Brooks, Mrs. S. C. 






Boston . 


21 45 






Brown, Amasa 






Newton, N. H. . 


9 90 






Brown, B. F. 






Charlcstown 


11 55 






Brown, B. J. 






Hyde Park 


42 90 






Brown. James W. 






Hvcle Park 


23 10 






Brostram, Andrew J. 






Hyde Park 


23 9^ 






Briggs, Elbridge B. 






Unknown 


23 9i 




23 92 


Bryant, Mrs. Nancy A. 






Hyde Park . " 


20 62 






Burgess, Avals 






Bedford. 


3 30 






Burue, John 






Unknown 


1 65 




1 65 


Burns, G. W. 






Mediord 


3 30 




3 30 


Builer, Fanny S. . 






Unknown 


2 48 




2 48 


C 
Campbell, C. M. . 


Unknown 


16 50 




16 50 


Campbell., James . 




Boston . 


19 80 






Capen, K. N. 




Boston . 


82 






Capen, E. W. 




Milton . 


9 90 




9 90 


Capen, Samuel J., heirs of 




Dorchester 


28 05 






Carpenter, E. B. . 




Providence, R. I. 


3 30 






Carlton, Edward E. 




Norwood 


13 20 




13 20 


Carlton, Hiram 






Woods Holl . 


122 10 






Carr, A. W. 






Boston . 


37 95 






CaulfleH, Bridget . 






Boston . 


2 47 






Chamberlain, C. E. 






Boston . 


32 18 




32 18 


Chamberlain, C. E. 






Worcester 


8 25 






Chandler, Emelia JtL 






Boston . 


4 95 






Chase, Ella A. 






Den ham . 


4 95 






Chase Waldo 






Dedham . 


15 68 






Cheney, Horace R., heirs 


of 




West Newton . 


8 25 






Churchill, Asaph . 






Boston . 


34 65 




34 65 


Churchill, C. C. 






Dedham . 


(5 6D 






Churchill, C. 8, 






Dedhani . 


24 75 




24 75 


Churchill. J. K. 






Boston . . i 


82 50 






Clapp, Elizabeth . 






Dorchester 


5 78 






Clark, Henry 






Boston . 


2 89 






Cobb, Mrs. Eben . 






Boston . 


37 95 






Cochran, S. Q. 






Boston . 


41 25 






Codman, Henry., heirs ot 






Boston „ 


3 30 






Collin, C, H. 






Newburyport . 


113 85 




113 85 


Colburn, Allen 






Dedham . . ; 


51 98 






Colburn, Howard . 






Dedham. 


18 97 






Colburn, James 






Dedham . 


29 70 




29 70 


Colburn, Waldo 






Dedham . 


19 SO 






Colby, J. F. 






Boston . 


IS 98 




18 98 


Cole, Charles . A. 




Unknown 


92 40 






Coleman, Eudicotc & Stone 




Boston . 


1 65 






Coleman, George W. 




Boston . 


59 40 






Coleman, Lewis 






Boston . 


14 02 






Como, Franklin 






Weymouth, N. S. 


3 30 






Conant, J. S. 






Boston . 


41 25 




41 25 


Coney, Mary, heirs of 






South Boston . 


1 65 






Connell, -Tohn 






Unknown 


11 55 




11 55 


Connell, Patrick . 






Unknown 


3 30 




3 30 


Connolly, Eliza 






Unknown 


56 10 




56 10 


Connor, Mary C. . 






Unknown 


4 13 




& 13 


Converse, B. B. . 






Boston . 


37 95 






Conwav, Hiram 






Boston . 


1 65 






Corrigan, Ellen 






Unknown 


3 30 




3 30 


Costello, W. C. 






Somerviile 


3 30 






Corthell, John R. . 






Boston . 


30 52 




30 52 


Corcoran, W. J. 




South Boston . 


7 43 




7 4S 



84 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



Coolidge, Mary 
Coveney, Charles J. 
Cripps, Matthew . 
Ordwell, Edmund . 
Crownmgshield, B. W., trustee 
Cunane, William . 
Cunningham, Mary E. 
Cushing, T. H. & W. B. and 

H.Ladd . 
Curtis, James W. . 
Cutter, Isaac 
Cutis, Julia A, 

D 

Dalton,John 

Damon, Harriet A. . . : 

Dartmouth College, Trustee 
Davenport, Abby A. & Hannah C. ? 
Foster . . . .5. 

Davis, Amanda A. 
Davis, Enoch P. . 
Davit*, Mrs. A. P. . 

Davis, F. C 

Davis, Sarah J. . 

Davis, George H. . 

Dean, Joseph F. & C. S. Churchill 

Dedham Savings Bank . 

Denny, H. G., trustee 

Dill, T. K 

Doe, Edgar J. 

Doane, George B. & S. B. Murray 

Dodge, Annie F. . 

Donahue, Patrick . 

Dorchester, Second Church 

Dorr, Mary E. 

Dowel, John J. 

Dovvnes, W. E. . 

Downey, Michael . 

Dowse, Amos VV. . 

Doyle, Austacia 

Draper, Mary A. . . 

Drew, J. F. 

Dunlap, Martin 

Durell, F. G., heirs of 

Dutton, Julia A. , 

E 

Esterbrook, Rulua 

East Boston Savings Bank 

Eastman, George A. 

Eastman, John B. . 

Eastman, J. S. 

Eaton, Albert S. . 

Eldridge, Daniel 

Ellis, Fred A. 

Ellis, John 

Ellison, William P., administrator 

Ely, F.J> 

Emigrant Savings Bank . 
Emmons, Mary B. 
Evans, David 
Evans, Perley V. . 
Ewins, Margaret . 



F 



RESIDENCE. 



Fabyan, Abbie M. 



Boston . 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Souih Groveland 
Lynn 

Boston . 

Boston . 
Unknown 
Unknown 



Unknown 

Unknown 
Hanover 

Dorchester 

Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Unknown 
Boston . 
West Newbury 
Boston . 
Dedham . 
Boston . 
Allston . 
Providence, R. 
Unknown 
Philadelphia 
Boston . 
Dorchester 
Hyde Park 
Boston . 
Francistown, N 
Unknown 
Lowell . 
Maiden . 
Jamaica Plain 
Boston . 
Roxbury 
Dorchester 
Unknown 



Newton . 
East Boston 
Boston . 
Nashua, N.H. 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Washing on, D 
Med Held 
Unknown 
Dedham . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Hyde Park 
Hyde Bark 



Real 

Estate. 



Boston . 



$26 40 
4 95 

3 30 
49 50 
49 50 

(i 00 
IS fc8 

4 13 

36 60 
24 75 
41 25 



Per- 
sonal 



3 30 
37 95 


39 60 


26 40 


1 65 


3 3C 


39 60 


5 78 


26 40 


28 88 


13 20 


19 80 


90 75 


4 95 


51 15 


68 48 


35 47 


16 50 


7 01 


18 98 


29 70 


15 <--8 


1 65 


128 70 


22 28 


33 00 


37 13 


1 65 


45 38 


23 10 


11 55 


103 95 


2 48 


56 10 


24 75 


44 55 


3 30 


54 45 


88 27 


5 78 


fO 32 


19 80 


125 40 


65 18 


33 82 



$24 75 



33 00 



24 75 



Unpair*. 



$4 95 
3 30 



18 98 
4 13 



24 75 



1 65 
3 30 

39 61) 
5 78 



51 15 
68 48 

10 00 

29 70 
1 65 

37 13 



11 55 



56 10 


24 


75 


44 55 


54 


45 


88 


27 


33 00 


D 


78 


24 


75 


125 


40 



85 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


EESIDENCE. 


Fairbanks, J. A. . 


Melrose . 


Fairbanks, John R. 


Boston . 


Fai rar, J. H 


Unknown 


Parrington, Mary and Eliza 


Dedham 


Parrington, \V. S. . 


Salem, N.H. 


Fav, W. H. ... 


Chester . 


Fellows, Martha T. . ■ . 


Unknown 


Ferry, E. B. 


Milton . 


Ferry, Rhoda 


Milton . 


Fessenden & Crane 


Boston . 


Fessenden, Mabel B. 


Unknown 


Filiehl, \V. ... 


Unknown 


Fisher, Clarissa 


North Cambridge 


Fisher, George, trustee . 


Unknown 


Fiske, David & Moses Edgehill, ex. 


Unknown 


.Fiske, Samuel (J. . 


St. Albans, Vt. . 


Fitzpatrick, William 


Watertown 


Flagg, S. S. . • . 


Littleton 


Flint, Charles L. . 


Boston . , 


Flint, Francis 


Boston . 


Fogg, W.J. G. . 


Unknown 


Forbes, John 


Hyde Park 


Ford, James 


Foxboro'. 


Foster, George E. . 


Boston . 


Foster, Rachael 


Dorchester 


Foster, James 


Do chesier 


Fowler, W. C. 


Unknown 


Foxboro Savings Bank . 


Foxboro' 


Foye, Ada A. . 


Lynn 


a 




Galligher, Daniel F. 


Boston . 


Gerry, C P. ... 


Sudbury 


Giles, A. W. 


Weymouth 


Gdes, Dellina 


Indian Orchard 


Gil s, Orville, heirs of . 


Weymouth 


Giles, George L. . 


Winthrop 


Gill, Doniimck 


Boston . 


Gilman, Charles H. 


Boston . 


Gillingham, Albert 


Boston . 


Gladwin, Dolly H 


Boston . 


Gleason, J. B. . 


Lexington 


Glo\er & Wileomb 


Boston . 


Gooeh, John B_ 


Boston . 


Gonlding. Lizzie M. 


Uu known 


Gould, Simon 


Walpole 


Gourney, Silas 


Boston . 


Greeley, John H. . 


Boston . 


Greeley, John D- . 


Boston . 


Green, Charles G. . 


Bost 'ii . 


Green, Reuben 


Boston . 


GrecMilow, J. P. 


Unknown 


Green hood, Mary . 


Dedhaui 


Gunnison, W- S. . 


Hyde Park 



H 

Hale, George, heirs of 
Haines, C. O. 
Hale, Sarah F. 
Hall, Eliza M. 
HalL, Joseph E. 
Halliday, George W. 
Haminett. Charles 
Ham, Joseph 
Hanscom, Martha J. 
Hapgood, S. H. 
Harmon, J. W. 



Providence, R. I 
Dedham - 
Brockton 
Milton 
Dorchester 
Boston . 
Medtield 
Roxbury 
Jamaica Plain 
Boston . 
Boston . 



Real 
Estate. 



$3 30 

8 25 

35 48 

16 50 

4 So 

42 90 
49 50 

2 48 

3 30 

4 12 
3 30 
3 30 
3 30 

47 02 
25 58 
58 58 
1 65 
135 30 
67 65 
21 45 
41 25 
23 10 

43 73 
28 05 
33 00 
33 00 

1 6> 
138 60 
14 85 



B onal. U »I jaid - 



4 

135 

24 

3 
33 
42 

3 
59 

9 
18 
37 
353 
21 
31 
13 

8 
42 
23 
12 
37 
18 

1 
36 



543 68 

1 65 

53 62 

6 60 

4 !)5 

39 00 

53 62 

8 25 

4 12 

5 45 
3 30 



$221 10 



$3 30 



4 95 



2 48 

3 30 

4 12 

3 30 



25 58 

58 58 

1 65 



59 40 
18 15 



3135 
13 20 



18 15 
36 30 



4 95 



4 12 
3 30 



86 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Harrerulon, E. G. . 


Unknown 


$4 95 




$4 95 


Hart, F. N. & F. B. Taylor 




Unknown 


29 70 




29 70 


Hartwell & Jetts . 




Cambridge 


41 25 




41 25 


Hartwell, William H. 






Cambridge ' 


14 02 




14 02 


Harwood & Qnincy 






Unknown 




$3 30 


3 30 


Haskell, Sylvanus G. 






Unknown 


18 15 




18 15 


Haskell & Lutein 






Boston . 


11 55 






Hatch, Isaac 






Boston . 


15 07 






Hatton, Emma E. . 






Boston . 


28 88 






Haven, Frank . , 






Boston . 


11 55 




11 55 


Haven, Mary L. 






Boston . 


6'i 00 






Hayden, Hannah R. 






Dedhans . 


66 00 






Haywood, Henry . 






Boston . 


1 05 




1 65 


Heustis, Warren 






Unknown 


30 00 




39 60 


Hewins Harriet 






Concord . 


47 85 






Hood, Hesmione . 






Unknown 


15 68 




15 08 


Hood, John C. 






Boston . , 


18 98 






Hodges A. S. 






Unknown 


2 47 




2 47 


Hodges, Samuel 






I'll known 


1 05 




1 65 


Hodgkins, Eunice . 






Unknown 


3 30 




3 30 


Holds worth, Squire 






New ton . 


29 70 






Holland, W. A. 






Unknown 


8 25 




8 25 


Hollingsworth, Z. T. 






Milton 


330 30 






Howe, Moses G. . 






Unknown 


1 65 




1 05 


Howes, Solomon . 






•Boston . 


97 35 






Howlanil & Shedd 






Unkn wn 




8 25 


8 25 


Hoxie, Timothy W. 






Boston 


123 75 






Hay, Bridget 






Unknown 


19 80 






Hunt, Lucien 






Falmouth 


8 25 






Hunt, Rebecca T. 






Auburndale 


33 00 






Husted, J.B. 






Unknown 


47 85 




47 85 


Hutchins, H. C. 






Unknown 


4 95 




4 95 


Hutchins & Wheeler 






Boston . 


33 00 






Hutchinson, Elizabeth 






Hyde Park 


36 30 






Humphrey, James 






Unknown 


4 95 




4 95 


J 

Jackson, Robert 


Boston . 


1 65 




1 65 


Johnson, Edward A. 




Boston . 


80 85 






Johnson, R. A. 




Boston . 


37 95 




37 95 


Jones, Edward A. 




Boston . 


6 00 






Josslyn, Aculie M. 




New York City 


40 42 






K 










Kaufman & Josephy 




New York City 


44 55 






Keene, Nahum 






Dedham 


2 48 






Kelley, George W. 






Washington, D. V. 


8 25 




8 25 


Kelley, James 






Boston . 


1 65 




1 05 


Kelley, Thomas 




, 


Boston . 


27 22 






Kelley, William 






Lowell . 


14 85 




14 S5 


Kendrick, H. C. 






Boston . 


37 95 






Kingman, R. P. 






Boston . 


37 12 




37 12 


Kingsbury, Jesse E. 






Boston . 


18 98 






Kingslev.S. G. 






Boston . 


1 65 






Knight, B. B. & R. 






H*de Park 


904 20 


693 00 




Knowles, H. W. . 






Chicago, lit. 


54 45 




54 45 


Kuhn, Richard E. . 






Boston . 


4 95 






Lane, Peter . , . 


Boston . 


1 65 






Lang, Benjamin J. 




Unknown 


19 80 




19 80 


Lawrence, Marianna P. . 




Hyde Park 


55 27 




55 27 


Laweon, Eliza J. . 




Unknown 


1 62- 




1 65 


Leach, Ellei P. and Sarah F. 




Charlestown 


54 45 






Leland, Abner M. . 




Boston . 


20 62 




20 62 


Lenfest, Mary G. . 




Unknown 


G 60 






Leonard, William 




Unknown 


34 65 




34 65 



87 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued. 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per 

sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Leverett, George V. 


Boston . 


$35 30 




Lewis, Isaac 


Dorchester 


16 50 




Lewis, J. C. 


Uolyote 


4 95 




Libby.U.W. 


Marlboro' 


12 38 




Litch, James P. . 


Maiden . 


12 38 




Litoh, Samuel W. , 


Maiden . 


« 68 




Litchfield, John H. 


Boston . 


11 55 




Littleiield. Abbie 


Boston . 


4 12 




Loomis, Eliliu G. . 


Boston . 


24 75 


$24 75 


Loring, Christiana W. E. 


Boston . 


24 75 




Loring, David 


Boston . 


4 12 


] 4 12 


Loud, Emily V. 


Weymouth 


104 78 




Loud, John J. 


Weymouth 


42 90 




Loud, J. W. heirs of 


Weymouth 


77 55 




Loud, Martha B. . 


Weymouth 


56 10 




Lyford, By ley 


Bangor, Me. 


46 20 


40 20 


Lyford, Thomas J. 


Boston . 


8 25 




Lynch, William. 


Unknown 


6 60 




M 








Madignn, Ellen J. 


Chelsea . 


39 60 




Magnire, Richard 


Boston . 


2G 40 




Mahoney, .John 


Boston . 


16 53 




Mahoney, John . 


Boston . 


13-20 




Mallon, Mrs. M. H. 


Weymouth 


30 52 




Mann, Alexander 


Chariest own 


9 90 




Mann, H- C. ... 


Easton, Mil. 


151 80 




Marshall, J. H. . 


Boston . 


. 2 4S 




Maxim. Jane 


Boston . 


4 12 




Mayo, C. H. ... 


Wellesley 


61 05 


61 05 


McCaffee, Ann 


Dedham . 


I 65 


i 


McCalluni, James 


Jamaica Plain . 


2 48 


2 4S 


MoGormack, Tlsumas 


Boston . 


122 10 




McCleain, Henry T. 


Boston . 


60 00 


66 00 


McDowell, .Jane . 


Boston . 


1 65 


1 65 


McNully, Ellen 


Dorchester 


24 75 




MeLaughlin, Daniel 


lioston . 


2 48 






McLeod., John 


Unknown 


3 30 




3 38) 


Mead, Albert 


Boston . 


29 70 




29 70 


Mead, Franklin 


Unknown 


51 9S 




51 98 


Merriam, F. P. . 


Danvers . 


29 70 






Merriaiu & Philbrook, 


Boston . 


34 65 




34 65 


Mercantile Savings Bank 


Boston . 


1,828 20 




110 54 


Merrill, William . 


Boston . 


4 12 






Meserve, Sarah W. 


Boston . 


49 50 






Metropolitan Land Co. . 


Boston . 


57 75 






Myer, Adolph 


Dedham . 


3 30 






Milladew, George . 


Boston . 


10 72 






Miller, Amos 11. . 


Boston . 


3 30 






Miller, Ella S. . . . 


Boston .- 


111 38 




111 38 


Milis, James C. . 


Boston . 


4 95 






Moody, Mrs. C. EL 


Unknown 


27 22 




Moore, Joseph W. 


Boston . 


1 65 






Monogan., John 


Unknown 


1 65 




1 05 


Monroe, >J. W. 


E. Cambridge . 


13 20 






Moreland, D. S. .. 


Unknown 


13 20 




13 20 


Morgan, Sarah E. . 


Boston . 


11 02 




14 02 


Monartv, W. H. . 


Unknown 


22 28 




22 28 


Morse, E. J. W. . 


South Easton . 


3 30 






Morse, Leonard 


Milton . 


224 40 






Morse, Luther, heirs of . 


Dedham . 


41 






Morton, Joseph, heirs of. 


Milton . 


34 65 






Moylan, Mi hael . 


Unknown 


3 30 




3 30 


Mullen, J"hn . . . v 


Jamaica Plain . 


1 65 




1 65 


Mullen, Robert 


Boston . 


1 65 






Munroe, VViliiam . 


Unknown 


14 s'5 




14 85 


Mungin, Margaret 


South Groveland 


52 80 







88 



Non-Residkxt Tax-Payers — (Continued) 



NAMES. 


KESIDKNCK. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpa id 


Murray, Jennie 


Hnknown 


$20 63 




$20 63 


Murphy, Thomas . 


E. Dedbam 


4 12 




4 12 


Myers, Sarah Kachel, Louisa and ? 
Rebecca , . . . j, 


Boston . 


8 25 






N 










Nantucket Savings Bank 


Nantucket 


127 05 




39 60 


Seal, Alonzc F. . 


Boston . 


43 72 




43 72 


Nelson, 1 nomas' . 


Boston . 


65 18 






Nelson, Thomas L. 


Bo.ston . 


11 55 






Newburyport havings Bank 


Newburyport . 


28 £8 






Newliall, Henry B. 


Melrose 


33 00 






Newnall, Horatio . 


A>er 


1 &5 




1 65 


Newman. A.Parker 


Unknown , 


8 25 




8 25. 


N. Y. & N. E. R. K. Co. 


Boston . 


375 37 


$173 25 




Nichols, Charles H. 


Unknown 


42 08 




42 08 


Norliug, Franz E. . 


Unknown 


31 35 




31 35 


Nolan, James 


Unknown 


4 13 




4 13 


Nolan, John F. . 


Dedham 


6 12 




6 12 


Nott, Maltha A. . • . 


Saco, Me. 


66 CO 




66 00 


Nott, Gordon H. . 


Chicago 111. 


6 60 




6 60 


Northern Bainiot Edu. Society . 


Boston . 








O 










Odiorne, Thomas H. 


Unknown 


IS 15 




18 15 


Orr, M. 8. & Laura R. Biitman . 


Boston . 


75 90 






Osgood, John C. . 


Salem 


46 20 






P 

Page, E. B. 


Hvde Park 


59 40 


3 30 




Page, Harriet J. . . . 


Hvde Park 


108 HO 






Paine, Frederick N. 


Mansfield 


40 84 






Paine, George F. O. 


Boston . 


85 i-0 






Paine, Oliver 


Charle.-town 


3 30 




3 30 


Palmer, Susan A. . 


Chailestown 


27 22 






Parker, Benjamin \V. 


Boston . 


57 75 






Parker, George J., heirs of 


Milton . 


4 95 






Parker, 11. F. . ' . 


Wev mouth 


2 66 




2 06 


Parker, M. \V. . 


Boston . 


1 65 






Paunlee, Loring G. 


Unknown 


46 20 






■"apanti, Augustus 


Boston . 


26 40 




26 40 


Pattee, W.S. 


Bos on . 


1 65 




1 65 


Patterson, George 0. 


Boston . 


2 48 






Paul, Ebenezer . . 


Dedhani . 


12 37 






Pearson.-, John 


Boston . ■ 


46 20 






Pearson. John 


Boston . 


64 35 






Peavev, F. M. 


Boston . 


38 78 






Peck, Plue'ie VV. . 


E. Somerville . 


16 50 






Peele, Elizabeth R. 


Salem 


80 85 






Pierce, J. . 


Boston . 


1 65 




1 65 


Pierce, Susan B. . 


Boston . 


13 20 




13 20 


People's Ice Co. 


Boston . 


82 50 






Perr>, Et-ther M. . 


Leominster . 


31 35 




31 35 


Peterson, Olive 


Boston 


30 52 






Perkins. Eliza M., heirs of 


Boston . . 


155 10 




155 10 


Pickering, Ai Ihur . 


Bos on . 


1 65 




1 65 


Pierce. Nichols and Cralts, trustees 


.Boston . 


74 25 






Pfafl, Henry A Jacob 


Boston . 


5 78 




5 78 


Pfaff, W illiani 


Boston . 


3!) 60 






Pratt, Mrs. Aaron B. 


Bo.- ton . 


39 K0 






Pratt, Edmund T. . 


Boston . 


244 20 






Pratt, Isaac 


Boston . 


175 72 






Pratt, Laban 


Neponset 


59 40 






Prescott, Mrs. S. C. 


Sussex, N. B. . 


36 30 






Proctor, Thomas P. 


Boston . 


82 50 




57 75 



89 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — ( Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpapi. 


Q, 










Quigley, Mary J. . 


Boston . 


$1 65 






Quincy Savings Bank 


Quincy . 


57+ 20 






Qunnby, Monroe T, 


tiOstOU . 


33 00 






R 










Badwin, C. W. 


Clit'tondale 


47 85 






Ran let i, D. D. 


Unknown 


33 00 






Ray, M. E. ... 


Melrose . 


1 U5 






Ray, Margaret 


Unknown 


24 75 






hay, EWeu JT. . , 


Wo burn . 


8 25 




$S 25 


Raymond, A. S. 


Dedham 


23 10 


$39 60 


62 70 


Raymond, Eucy A. 


Bath, Me. 


3 '30 




3 30 


Real Estate and Building Co. . 


Boston . 


1,980 00 






Reed, Charles 


Boston . 


44 55 






Reed, Caroline P. . 


Unknown 


1 65 




1 65 


Reed, Hammond . 


Brookfleld 


4W 50 




49 50 


Reeves, Mary . 


Boston . 


25 57 






Rich, Mary B. 


Boston . 


24 75 




24 75 


Richards, Austin S. 


Dan vers 


9 90 






Richards, Daniel . 


Dan vers . 


13 20 






Richards, Ceorge E. 


Boston . 


14 85 






Richards, Joseph R. 


Boston . 


23 10 






Richards, E. a. . 


Unknown 


6 60 




6 60 


Richardson, Lucrelia T. 


Boston . 


1 65 






Ridgway, E. VV. . 


Boston . 


54 45 






Ringer, Susan 


Boston . 


1 65 






Rhoades, A. II. 


Boston . 


79 20 






Robinson, Charles, Jr. 


Boston . 


56 10 






Robinson, Frank X. 


Boston . . 


12i 75 




128 75 


Robinson, Benj. E. 


Boston . 


33 00 




33 00 


Robbins, Royal E. 


Boston 


70 95 






Roe Brothers . . . 


Boston . 


1 6-3 






(Collins, .lames M. . 


Cambridge 


16 50 






Rollins, James VV. 


Unknown 


99 00 




99 00 


Ryan, Margaret J. 


Boston . 


28 05 






Saco & Biddelord Savings Bank 


Saco, Me. 


353 10 






Sallord, A.H. 


Milton . 


140 25 






Safford, Al.Jf. 


Boston . 


46 20 




46 20 


Sahliue, David H. 


New York . 


19 80 






Sampson, Mehitable B. . 


Boston . 


18 15 




18 15 


Saniord, Miss E. A. 


Boston . 


74 25 




74 25 


Saulsbury, JotUam 


Weymouth 


79 20 




79 20 


Scaile, Ella A. 


Boston . . 


8 25 






Schlesinger, S. B. 


Boston . 


61 05 






Scott, E. A. ... 


Boston . 


47 85 






Scoit, Jairus H. 


Boston . 


31 35 




31 35 


Scott, John 


Unknown 


51 15 




51 15 


Scituate Savings Bank 


Scituate . 


31 35 






Seaver, Jacob vV, . 


Boston 


6 19 






Sew all & ttopes 


Boston . 


45 37 






Sharp, J. C. 


Boston . 


1 65 






Shattuck, Milo II. . 


Grototi . 


9 90 






Sliaw, U. C. ... 


Palmer . 


80 02 






Shaw, Joseph P. . 


Boston . 


3 30 






Shaw, Eydia &.. 


E. Somerville . 


33 00 






Shaw & Shattuck, Trustees 


Boston . 


115 50 






Shaw, Thomas . . . 


Boston . 


35 48 






Snepard, N. E. 


Mattapau 


3 30 






Shepurd, Sarah B. 


Maitapan 


47 85 






Snuie, James M. . . . 


Bostou . 


115 50 






Simmons, Susan M. 


Boston . 


42 90 




42 90 


Simmons, VV. C. . 


Newport, R. I. . 


4 95 






Smith, Annette C. . 


Unknown 


34 65 




34 65 


Smith, Charles T. 


Boston . 


18 97 







90 



Non-Rjesident Tax-Pa yrs — (Continued.) 



1 
NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Smith, George if. 


Unknown 


$31 35 




$31 35 


Smith, J. A. 


Unknown 


la 20 




13 20 


Smith, O. A. 


Unknown 


1 65 




1 65 


Smallage, Matthew 


Unknown 


8 25 




8 25 


Snyder, C. B. 


Boston . 


33 Or 






Southworth, Mason W. . 


Wakefield 


37 95 




37 95 


Spooner, W. H. . 


Milton . 


3:5 00 






Stanwood, J. E. . 


Boston . 


38 78 






Stark, Mary 


Boston . 


i 65 




1 65 


Steadman and Davy, Trustees . 


Boston 


45 20 






Stein, Jacob 


Dedham . 


18 15 






Stevens, Elizabeth W. . 


Boston . 


107 25 






Stevens, Elizabeth. 


Boston . 


249 15 






Stevenson, Charles E. 


Boston . 


21 45 






Stevenson, Mary T. 


Boston . 


8i 






Stephenson, Hemenway & Russell 


Milton . 


133 65 




78 55 


Stewart, Joseph 


Brockton 


14 85 






Stoddard, Hannah W. . 


Unknown 


37 12 






Stoddard, Richard, 


Brockton 


53 62 




53 62 


Stone, Jennie G. . 


Germany 


13 20 




13 20 


Story, J. (J. 


Boston . 


33 00 




33 00 


Stratton, Charles C. 


Unknown 


S2 18 




32 18 


Straw, John B. 


Boston . 


57 75 




57 75 


Sullivan, Margaret. 


Boston . 


3 30 




3 'JO 


Sumner, M. P. . . . 

T 
Taft, Samuel 


Boston . 


33 00 




33 00 


Hyde Park 


72 60 






Talbot, Miss M. B. 


Dorchester 


2 48 






Taylor, George B. 


Boston . 


37 12 






Taylor, John B. . 


Boston . 


33 82 






Tewkhbury, If. H. 


Lawrence 


1 65 






Thompson, Asa 


Mattapan 


84 15 






Thompson, Charles, heirs of 


Boston . 


34 65 






Thompson, C. S. . 


Crescent City . 


1 65 






Thompson, Humphrey . 


Unknown 


3 30 




3 30 


Thorndike, James. 


Boston . 


9 90 






Thorndike, Sarah W. 


Boston . 


56 10 






Tileston & Hollingsworth 


Milton 


547 SO 


$742 50 




Tobey.J. J. 


Boston . 


4 95 




4 95 


Tobey, Susannah H. 


Athol 


22 28 






Todd, Robert M. 


Milton . 


44 55 






Torrey, Everett 


Beverley 


24 75 






Tower, Isaac H. . 


Dedham . 


99 00 






Towne, YV..J 


Boston . 


74 25 






Trescott, Ebenezer, heirs of 


Unknown 


41 




41 


Trow, Thomas F. . 


Unknown 


18 15 




18 15 


Tucker Dana, heirs of . 


Milton 


74 25 






Tucker. Elijah 


Milton . 


47 03 






Tucker^ G. H. . 


New York 


33 00 






Tucker, Mary T. . 


Milton . 


28 05 






Tucker, James 


Milton . 


' 3fi 30 






Tucker. Nathan, heirs of 


Milton . 


19 80 






Tucker, N. H. 


Milton . 


51 15 






Tucker, S. A. . . . 


Milton . - 


19 80 






Tucker, Mrs. Timothy 


Milton . 


16 50 






Tutts, John VV. 


Unknown 


6 60 




6 60 


Turner, John J. . 


^Boston . 


4 95 






Turner, R. W. 


^Boston . 


77 5? 




44 55 


Twombley, Albert T. 


Milton 


62 70 






Tayler, VV. B. 


Boston . 


70 95 






T Wharf Corporation 


Boston . 




24 75 


.24 75 


V 

Union Institution for Savings . 


Boston . 


75 90 






Utley, Joseph 


Unknown 


1 65 







91 



Non-Residrnt Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Heal 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


V 










Vanderlip, W. C. . 


Boston . 


$56 Id 




?56 10 


Vose, , heirs of 


Mdton . 


33 oo 






Vose, John 


Milton . 


23 10 






Vose, Joshua 


Milton . 


36 30 






W 










Wadsworth, Thomas T. . 


Miltou . 


3i 00 






Wadsworth, William 






Unknown 


9 90 




9 90 


Wakefield,. Enoch II. 






Boston 


6 CO 




6 60 


Ware, Mary Ann . 






Boston . 


21 45 






Wale man, L. C, Truste 


e 




Boston . 


120 52 






Webster, Stephen 






Boston . 


2 48 






Weld, Aaron D. . 






Boston . 


i m 






Weldon, John A. 






Boston . 


10 80 




19 80 


Weller, Annie E. . 






Unknown 


1 65 






Wellington, Henry W. 






Unknown 


159 22 




159 22 


Weston, William L. 






Danvers. 


4 95 






WethereU, Frank J. 






Boston . 


16 50 






Weymouth Savings Ban! 






Weymouth 


9>i0 3D 






White, Amos S 






Weymouth 


16 50 






White, Benj. F. 






Boston . 


120 45 






White, Catherine T. 






Boston . 


1 6i 




1 65 


White, E. 1'. 






Boston . 


t 13 




4 13 


White, Emeline 






Dedham . 


19 80 






White, George 






Boston . 


9 91) 






White, Howard 






Spring Green, Xeb. 


3 30 






White & Richard", Trust 


ees 




Boston . 


19 SO 




19 80 


Whitehead, Joseph 






Saugus . 


3 30 






Whitrinafon, Alfred 






Unknown 


9 90 






Whittier, A. R. 






Boston . 


80 85 


$20 30 


Whitiier, Carrie 






Boston . 


16 50 




16 50 


Whitiemore, C. S. 






Boston . 


66 00 




66 00 


Whiting, Joseph . 






E. Somerville . 


1 65 






Whiting, A Ivan 






Clinton . 


3 3n 






Wild, Joseph A. . 






Amesbury 


8 25 






Wilder. John 






Boston . 


1 65 






Wilder, Hannah . 






Unknown 


42 08 






Wilkius, G G. 






Unknown 


1 65 




1 65 


Willard, Huldah . 






Boston . 


54 45 




54 45 


Williams, John J. . 






Boston . 


14:! 55 






Williams. F. C. 






Boston . 


42 90 






Winch Brothers 






Boston . 


53 62 






Wise, Henry 






Boston . 


1 6"> 




1 05 


Wogan, John T. 






Boston . 


28 88 






Woods, George VV., heirs 


of '. 




Hvde Park 


19 80 






Woods, Mrs. William 






Maynard 


14 02 




14 02 


Woodward, -James H. 






North Cambridge 


6 60 




6 60 


Woodward, Maria L. 






Attleboro 


36 30 




36 30 



:e:e& :e& _a.t.A- 



Collector's Eeport, page 34, amount collected, on account of 1878 
assessment should be $3,544.69, instead of $3,544.59, as stated, owing to a 
mistake in copy. 



REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 



FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 81, 1880. 



To the Citizens of Hyde Park : — - 

As required by law and custom the following is respect- 
fully submitted as their annual report by the School Com- 
mittee of this town. 

ORGANIZATION. 

At the first meeting of the year the following sub-com- 
mittees were appointed by the Chairman with the unanimous 
approval of the Board, to have special charge and superin- 
tendance of the schools designated, viz : — His'h School, H. 
H. Smith, E. Davis, A. Washburn ; Blake School, Andrew 
Washburn, H. S. Bunton ; Damon School, Edmund Davis, 
H. H. Smith ; Grew School, C. G. Chick, E. I. Humphrey ; 
Greenwood School, H. S. Bunton, C. G. Chick, Everett 
Primary, E. I. Humphrey. 

When the Advanced Grammar School was organized later 
in the year it was put in special charge of the High School 
sub-committee, and, when the evening schools were opened 
Mr. E. I. Humphrey took charge of them. Each sub-com- 
mittee has a report of the schools in charge ; which report is 
hereto appended. 

In regard to the condition and general success of our 
schools, fortunately your Committee can refer to outside tes- 
timony, as given by Mr. Walton, an agent of the State 
Board of Education, in his report of an examination of the 
schools of Norfolk County. 

In this report the schools of Hyde Park are placed third 
in rank of excellence. 

When we consider that the character of this examination 
was such as to give considerable advantage to the course of 



study followed in one of the towns taking higher rank, the 
standing of Hyde Park schools must be a source of satisfac- 
tion to this community. Several studies were omitted from 
the examination, such as grammar, history, drawing, music, 
and oral spelling, which receive here considerable time aud 
attention, but are omitted from the course of study referred 
to, and the time occupied upon the branches represented in 
the examination. Had the examination included all the 
studies of our course the result would doubtless have been 
even more favorable to Hyde Park schools. 

CHANGES OF TEACHERS. 

The policy of the Committee has been to make as few 
changes of teachers as possible. The few, that have occured, 
have been forced upon us by resignations. 

MUSIC. 

The services of Mr. H. J. Whittemore has been continued 
during the past year as teacher of vocal music with gratify- 
ing success. 

SALARIES. 

Last year the Committee was forced to reduce the salaries 
of teachers, and we are glad to state, that the liberality of the 
town this year, enabled us to raise the pay of teachers to the 
former amount. 

CHANGES IN XOOKS AND COURSE OP STUDY. 

For some time the printed course of study has differed 
considerably from the practice in the schools. It has been 
gradually outgrown. The Committee, therefore, were unani- 
mous, that, to prevent confusion, the written rule should be 
made to correspond to the practice, and that perhaps some 
few new features might with profit be introduced. The re- 
sult has been greater changes than at first contemplated, and 
either directly or indirectly led to several changes in text- 
books. The changes of books have been little or no expense 
to the town. 

dr. Dennett's examination. 

The report of Dr. W. S. Dennett, oculist, of Boston ■, 
which is in the hands of most of the parents of the town, has 
elicited quite extensive and very favorable criticism as being 



95 

a report of the first attempt to make useful to the pupils, MS 
well as to science, examinations of this sort. Since the edi- 
tion of the report was exhausted application for a large num- 
ber of copies has been received for distribution both in this 
country and in Europe. The matter is to be followed up 
and the attempt made to protect, and preserve to the youth 
of our schools the full use of that principal instrument used 
in acquiring knowledge, the eye* 

VENTILATION. 

Notwithstanding all that has been said upon this subject 
our schools still suffer for lack of pure air. The air in the 
school-rooms is, as a rule, more vitiated, and unhealthy than 
in the factories of this town. 

The theory of ventilation requires us to ventilate, in winter, 
from the lower part of the room, and, in summer, from 
the upper part. To force the ventilation into uniform 
effectiveness, in some inexpensive wa} r , without sudden 
changes, or dangerous drafts, is at present an unsolved 
problem. 

All the small contrivances for improving ventilation have 
been exhausted. Each has given some aid; still the result 
is not all that could be desired. 

SUPERVISION AND INDIVIDUALITY. 

From many quarters, and with much vehemence, we have 
continually, in lectures? and public prints, set forth the de- 
sirableness, and necessity of efficient school supervision. It 
may be called the craze of the hour. Even small towns of 
a few hundred inhabitants are employing a superintendent 
of schools at very considerable expense. 

There is in the minds of many thinking men, an idea that 
the schools of to-day are not doing as good work as in the 
past ; that they are less thorough, and that pupils of the 
same age are not equally advanced. The remedy proposed 
by the school men is stricter supervision, by some person 
devoting to it entire time and attention ; who shall think, and 
arrange, and plan for all teachers and schools. 

No doubt this tends to a very complex completeness of 
system, which might be further perfected by adding county 
superintendents and a state superintendent. And, no doubt, 
to an outsider inspecting it, the system would seem very 
grand and complete ; and that? likewise, his attention would 



96 

be wholly occupied with the system, and that he would never 
catch a glimpse of the teachers struggling, nor the pupils 
buried under it. 

Sufficient supervision to give oneness to the -work of the 
schools of a town or city is necessary. But is it not possible 
that the remedy for the assumed lack of success of schools 
iu populous centers lies in a different direction, and that 
there is a chance of over-supervision, — of reducing teachers 
to mere machines, and burying their enthusiasm under a 
mass of laborious statistics and reports, which are expected to 
prove that the Superintendent has conceived some wonderful 
plan likely to revolutionize the whole educational system? 
Is there not danger that excessive supervision will prevent 
individual development of teachers, and take from them the 
opportunity, and the enthusiasm of accomplishing required 
results by plans suited to their own genius and ability? 

Select ten teachers of marked ability, and you will surely 
find ten persons of marked difference of method. Put these 
teachers under a strict Superintendent, and they will be 
annoyed and fretted, will loose enthusiasm, and fail of the 
highest success. It may be doubted whether Arnold of 
Rugby would ever have become famous, had fate assigned 
him to the mastership of a school in some of the towns in 
this vicinity. 

The American people are prone to believe in machine 
work, and to think a machine can be made that will accom- 
plish anything. But brain power is not made from without. 
It is a growth, a development from within, an individual self- 
assertion over surroundings. Rules and systems, and organi- 
zations are in themselves hindrances, and obstructions to 
individual life. 

An army, organized under strict regulations may be a grand 
affair ; but, to the mass of individuals who compose it, it is 
likely to bring a dwarfing of mental and moral power. 

There is danger that we are making a mistake adding to 
our system and organization, instead of endeavoring to take 
each separate pupil and train him ; and, taking advantage of 
all his peculiarities, heredity and environments, make the 
most of that one boy. 

An army does not exist for the benefit of its soldiers ; but 
a school, with all its connections, has no right to exist except 
for the mental and moral progress and development of its 
individual pupils. 



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You may notice any day from the school palaces of our 
cities lads passing out with stealthy, timid step, through 
the back basement, by the back door, into the back alley- 
way and so into a side street. You might suppose them beg- 
gar children ; but, no, — they are the little men for whom 
the palace was erected. 

Said a parent to me a few days ago, " I have taken my 
son from the public school, and sent him to a private institu- 
tion. Everything was very tine, but among so many, the 
individual pupil suffers." 

The individual is suffering in all our schools, and town or 
county or state Superintendents will more likely increase 
than lessen the evil ; for the more outside plans and whims 
and caprices teachers have to follow, the less likely are they 
to develop their own individuality, and study and teach the 
individual pupils of their classes. Greater individuality of 
instruction is needed in all our schools. 

In the great school, which is the world, our Creator lias 
so ordered it that each one is trained and developed as if all 
other men, and the entire creation were for the sole study 
and instruction of that one. Each one is the one human 
being for Whom all else exists. And, at the last, each soul 
" stands alone before God."' 

Nor is Christianity less individual than Deism. Christian 
enthusiasm rises highest at the thought, " Jesus loves me." 
The one lost sheep monopolizes the Shepherd's care ; and 
in His mystic temple the "living stones" are unlike and 
individual. 

Let schoolmen return to first principles, and not sacrifice 
the pupil to the school, hue educate individuals. 

On behalf of the Committee, 

A. WASHBURN, Chairman. 



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ADVANCED GRAMMAR CLASS. 
Miss Estelle M. Hatch, Teacher. 

During the summer vacation, the Board came unanimously 
to the conclusion, that another year should be added to the 
Grammar School course. This decision was made after a 
full and careful consideration of the whole question. The 
forming of such a class was suggested in the High School 
report of last year. The most, if not all, of the teachers in 
town, upon being consulted on the subject, expressed their 
opinions decidedly in favor of it ; and superadded to these 
reasons, was the strong logic of a petition duly signed by 
many of our heaviest tax-payers and properly presented 
before the Board. 

All scholars that successfully pass the final examination of 
the highest class in any one of the grammar schools in town, 
are entitled to admission to this school. Diplomas are to be 
awarded only to those scholars in the grammar schools, that 
shall have satisfactorily completed the course of study pre- 
scribed for this class. 

Induced, in part, by motives of economy,, and, in part, by 
the belief, that scholars of this grade especially need the best 
refining influences, the Board deemed it wise to place this 
school under the care of a first-class female teacher. 

It was also decided to locate the school in the High School 
building, where it might be, to a certain limited extent, 
under the supervision of the principal of the High School, 
and enjoy the additional advantage of a central location. 

Out of the nine candidates who presented themselves for 
examination, Miss Hatch was selected to take charge of this 
class. On the sixth day of September — at the beginning 
of the current school year — the school was opened. Its 
daily sessions, like those of the High School, are from 9 
A. M. to 2 P. M. The number of scholars on the first day, 
was sixteen. The whole number has been seventeen ; the 
average number, fifteen. One scholar has been obliged, by 
reason of illness, to leave school. The graduates from the 
grammar schools, in the class of '80, were permitted to enter 
either this school or the High School, at their option ; but it 
is very clear, there can be, in the future, no such option, 
and so the probability is, that the coming class in this school 
will number at least twice as many scholars as the present 
one. 



Miss Hatch is very finely qualified to fill the position she 
occupies, and is succeeding admirably in her work. The 
scholars are making commendable progress in all their studies. 
In a word, the school appears to be a decided success. 

The course of study, prescribed for this school, includes 
reading, spelling, writing, drawing, commercial arithmetic, 
English grammar, physical geography, physiology and 
hygiene, and is designed to embrace those elementary 
branches of learning, that are believed to be of the highest 
utility and of the greatest practical value. And so every 
•scholar that shall, hereafter, become entitled to admission to 
this class, should be earnestly encouraged by all who have 
the warmest interest in his welfare, to complete, at least, the 
'entire grammar school course, before engaging in the active 
duties of his life-work, 

HENRY HYDE SMITH, 
ANDREW WASHBURN, 
EDMUND DAVIS, 

Local Committee. 



BLAKE SCHOOL, 



ORGANIZATION. 

Master. -=• Henry F. Howard-. 

Teachers. — *■ Hattie M. H. Darling, Annie L. Howe, Jennie S- 
IHammond, Helen A-. Perry, Ella J. Stocking. 

The general condition of the school is highly satisfactory. 
The school work is wrought with comparative little friction, 
and the relations between parents, teachers and pupils gen- 
erally pleasant. 

The resignations of Miss Eddy in the Tenth Class and 
Miss J. Gr. Tilton, in the Ninth, tendered at the close of the 
summer term Were accepted with regret by the committee. 

Mrs. M* H. dishing Was transferred from the Ninth Class 
of the Greenwood to the Ninth class of the Blake, and 
taught with excellent results until compelled by ill health 
to resign the position. 

Miss Darling and Miss Stocking were appointed to the 
Vacancies, and are each rendering effective and acceptable 
service. 



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Iii the other classes the same teachers as last year con- 
tinue, and add new success Avith each year's additional ex- 
perience. 

At the close of the summer term, the attempt was made by 
the teachers to change the usual exhibition into a partial ex- 
amination, calculated to give some idea of the character and 
quality of the regular school work. This seems a movement 
in the right direction, approved' both by parents and the 
committee. 

Your committee will watch with interest the practical 
working of the new plan requiring the highest class of the 
different grammar schools to pass to the Advanced Grammar 
School and graduate from thence. The grammar school is- 
emphatically the school of the people, and no pains should be 
spared to build it up and to add to its interest, efficiency and 
influence.. 

ANDREW WASHBURN, 
HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Local Committee.- 



DAMON SCHOOL. 



Master : — ■ Edward TV". Cross. 

Teachers: — Lizzie D. Bunker, Julia E. Dvniovan, Sarah A.- 
Crosby, Alice B. White, Mary E. Bowen, Margaret- E. Bertram. 

The condition of the buildings and grounds is good, the 

Oil O 7 

repairs and improvements made last year having been so 
thoroughly done as to necessitate very little expenditure for 
such purposes this year. The equipment of the school as- 
respects heating apparatus, ventilation, furniture and the in- 
numerable other things which the modern school seems to 
require is also, generally speaking, good. One of the fur- 
naces does not fully meet the demands made upon it during, 
extreme cold weather, and will, probably, need extensive 
repairs, or, perhaps, removal altogether during the present 
year. Unquestionably, -a great deal of heat is lost or wasted 
during the protracted exercise of " tiling ;" as well as by the- 
inattention of teachers to the prompt closing of doors and 
windows. 

But few changes of teachers have occurred during the year 
past. By the transfer of Miss Gage from the eleventh class 



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to a similar position in the Greenwood school, the Damon 
lost an excellent teacher ; but Miss White, formerly of the 
twelfth class, who has had charge of the eleventh since Miss 
Gage left, has kept that class fully up to the tine condition 
in which she found it. The large number of children in the 
twelfth class obliged us to divide it and employ an additional 
teacher for it. The necessity for this, we expect, will soon 
cease, as under the new course of study advancements will 
be more rapid than under the former system. 

Generally speaking, the condition of the classes is quite 
satisfactory, though there are great differences observable 
between the different rooms. In but one is there a manifest 
element of insubordination, but in some others there is a 
noticeable lack of prompt, quick obedieuce'. This matter 
should engage the earnest attention of teachers, and be 
remedied as soon as may be. In several classes the deport- 
ment, or morale, is all that could be desired. 

The new course of study, taken up at the beginning of the 
Fall Term, and the new text-books, introduced at the same 
time, have thus far worked exceedingly well, particularly 
where pre-existing prejudices have not tended to restrict the 
good results. The real progress of the pupils has been bet- 
ter than during the previous year, and the interest greater. 
A tendency on the part of some teachers to interpolate 
books and exercises not authorized by the rules, is to be 
deprecated. 

Truancy, and alack of punctuality, are two prominent de- 
lects in this school. It is hoped that parents will supplement 
the efforts of the teachers to cause a decided improvement in 
these respects 

One thing which we have observed with disapprobation is 
the reckless manner of ventilation employed by some teach- 
ers in letting 'drafts of outside air sweep through the room, 
or beat down on the heads and backs of the children. This 
matter is particularly mentioned in the rules, and the direc- 
tions thereon should be scrupulously followed. 

Also, too much care cannot be taken by teachers in ascer- 
taining the nature of diseases affecting their scholars, and in 
vigorously enforcing the rule prohibiting attendance until all 
danger of infection is past. The sanitary safety of our 
scholars is of no less importance than their propriety of " v - 
kportment and .proficiency in study. 



102 

We are pleased to observe that more of our teachers- are 
availing themselves of the permission to visit other schools 
one-half day each Term. Occasional observation of well- 
conducted schools cannot fail to supply some new and useful 
hints to the watchful visitor. 

In conclusion we gladly bear testimony to the very high 
abilities of most of the teachers in this school, and we recog- 
nize in all enough capacity, if rightly and conscientiously 
employed, to fully supply the requirements of their positions.. 

"We commend the janitor for his faithful and judicious care 
of the property under his charge. 

EDMUND DAVIS, 
HENRY HYDE SMITH, 

Local Committee*. 



EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Teachers : — Sybel G. Brown, Sarah E. Brown, Mrs, A. M. 
Merrill. 

Evening schools have been established irt conformity to the 
vote of the town. The question of their desirability is not 
as yet answered fully ; the experience of the present time 
will at best but indicate the possibilities of the future. 

In the Damon building a school has been. in progress since 
Nov. 29, 1880. It has shown a growing interest, and con- 
stantly improving deportment. Miss- Sybel G. Brown of 
Whately, is the teacher of this school, assisted by Miss- 
Sarah E. Brown, of Hyde Park. They have demonstrated 
beyond question the capability of woman to govern scholars 
of advanced age and rugged manners* On January 3, 1881 y 
a school commenced in Blake building, with Mrs. A. M. 
Merrill, of Hyde Park, as teacher. This school has had a 
small attendance ; yet the studious interest and excellent de- 
portment compensate in a g"reat degree for the limited mem- 
bership. It was unfortunate that this school could not have 
been established in the Grew building, or nearer the centre 
of population ; it would also have been wiser to have started 
earlier. These mistakes can, in the future, be avoided. 
The Grew building was full, and it did not seem just to the 
teachers and pupils to raid on their premises at night ;. so 



103 

we were forced to the alternative of renting a room or going 
to the Blake where there was an unoccupied one. The same 
remark applies to the teacher of this school, as to fitness and 
capability, that was accorded to the teachers of the Damon 
evening school. The incidental expenditures for this year 
were largely to secure permanent benefits, and many of them 
would be avoided another year. 

E. I. HUMPHREY, 
Sub-Committee on Evening Schools. 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 
Teacher — Miss Mary E. Rogers. 

During the past year this school has returned to its old 
home in the little school building on the High School 
grounds. The change was made necessary by the creation 
of the advanced grammar class. This change will account 
for some unusual expenditures. 

With regard to the condition of the school at the present 
time, there is very much to commend and very little to criti- 
cise. This makes the work of supervision light and pleasant. 
The little ones thrive under careful guardianship, illustrating 
the beauty as well as the utility of culture. 

E. I. HUMPHREY, 

Local Committee. 



GREEXWOQD SCHOOL. 

Master — J. Lang, Ion Curtis. 

Teachers — Harriet J. Folsom, Agnes L. Adams, Alice E. Gage, 
Ellen M. Farnsworth. 

In rendering an account of their stewardship, the Local 
Committee desire to express their appreciation of the kindly 
feeling and spirit of co-operation which has existed between 
the teachers, scholars and' parents of the district, and which 
has contributed so materially to the successful administration 
of the school. 



104 

In view of Mr. Curtis' well-sustained reputation as a thor- 
ough and practical educator, we anticipated good results, and 
have not been disappointed, although his responsibilites 
have been largely increased by reason of successive reorgani- 
zations and the adoption of a revised course of study, with 
incidental change of text-books. 

Earl)' in the present year the committee regretfully accepted 
the resignations of two of our most popular teachers, Misses 
Currier and Libby, each of whom had been connected with 
the school from the time of its organization, in December, 
1872. They enter upon the sphere of home life bearing 
with them the best wishes of all who have known and can 
testify to their usefulness in the school-room. The vacancies 
occured at the close of the winter term. Durins; the vacation 
which followed an examination of candidates for teachers 
took place. From the sixteen who reached the prescribed 
standard your committee selected Mrs. Matilda H. Gushing, 
a lady of excellent scholarship, who had taught in the Hyde 
Park schools for a number of years prior to the incorpora- 
tion of the town, in 1868, and Miss Ellen M. Farnsworth, a 
graduate of our own High School, who had subsequently had 
some experience as a teacher in Vermont district schools. 
It was deemed advisable to place Miss Folsom in charge of 
Classes VII. and VIII. (formerly Miss Currier's), and Mrs. 
dishing was appointed to the vacancy which was thereby 
created, Classes IX. and X. Miss Adams, who had been 
for one term in charge of the Twelfth Class, was transferred 
to Miss Libby's room (Classes X. aud XI.), while Miss 
Farnsworth was assigned to Class XII. A further reorgani- 
zation occurred at the commencement of the fall term, when 
Mrs. dishing was transferred to the Blake School, Miss 
Adams being assigned to her room (Classes IX. and X.). 
Miss Alice E. Gage, who had been teaching in the corre- 
sponding grade of the Damon School, to the entire satisfac- 
tion of its Local Committee, was, with their consent, 
appointed to the charge of Classes X. and XL, aud her suc- 
cess has fully justified the propriety of our choice. 

We feel that the school has never been better organized 
than at the present time, the teachers possessing peculiar 
qualification & for the work of their several grades ; and without 
particularizing the merits of each, we place on record our 
commendation of one and all. Both in scholarship and deport- 
ment, a high standard has been maintained. A disposition has 



105 

been shown to cany out in letter and in spirit the di- 
rections and suggestions contained in the recently adopted 
Course of Study, and a steady improvement in the bi- 
monthly examinations has been perceptible. 

The fact that not a single case of corporal punishment has 
occurred during the present organization of the school indi- 
cates that it is possible to substitute tact and talent for brute 
force, and for the teacher to maintain discipline, by the 
exercise of forbearance, love and patienc,e, without an appeal 
to the rod. 

The buildings are in good condition and our expenditure 
tor repairs and improvements has been very modest. We 
hear some complaint of the remoteness of the school from the 
centre of population in the district. It is evident that those 
who selected the site built for the benefit of a prospective 
increase in the population of the Clarendon Hills section, 
which has not as yet been realized. But the location is cer- 
tainly sightly, wholesome and beautiful ; and, when funds 
are provided for the suitable fencing and grading of the 
grounds, its attractiveness will be very materially enhanced. 

HENRY S. BUNTON, 
CHARLES G. CHICK, 

Local Committee-. 



GREW SCHOOL. 

Master. — Franklin H. Dean. 

Teachers. — Fannie J. Emerson, Lucina Dunbar, Mary Morey? 
Martha A. Alexander, Genevieve Brainard, Leila E. Perry and 
Florence E. Leadbeater. 

In reporting upon this school but little need to be said at 
the present time, it being almost sufficient to say that the 
work during the past year fully sustains the good reputation 
so long held by the Grew School. 

The work of the various classes has advanced under very 
favorable circumstances during the year. No permanent 
change of teachers has been made ; harmony between 
teachers and pupils has prevailed ; no distemper or disease 
has served to lessen the attendance, or otherwise ^hinder the 
work of the school. Truancy has become almost unknown'; 
the discipline has been excellent ; the interest shown by 



106 

the pupils good and the work of the teachers commendable, 
all of which has served to render the year one of steady pro- 
gress and of great value to the pupils of this school. 

The new course of study adopted by the Board during the 
year has been well received hy teachers and pupils, and is 
proving of much advantage in many of its features. 

During the spring term, Miss Emerson, teacher of the 
seventh class, was granted a leave of absence on account of 
failing health. Efforts were made to procure a substitute of 
experience to take this class but without success, and Miss 
Darling, a graduate of our own High School, having passed 
the required examination by the Board was placed in charge 
of the school. Her success was creditable to herself and her 
work satisfactory to the Committee. 

The buildings and play-grounds are in good repair and the 
school well equipped with furniture and apparatus for efficient 
work. Some expenditure upon the walls around the grounds 
will be necessary the coming year, as further delay will cause 
a loss to the town ; with this exception, no extra expense 
will, in our judgment, be needed at this school. 

CHARLES G-. CHICK, 
. E. I. HUMPHREY, 

Local Committee. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 
Mr. John F. Elliot, Principal. 
Miss Mary M. Coleman, Miss Minnie C. Clark, Assistants, 

It is a source of great gratification to state, that, during 
the past year, there has been no change of teachers in this 
school; and so the fact corresponds with the presumption, 
that the instruction and the discipline have been particularly 
worthy of 'commendation. Better qualified than ever before, 
the teachers have been uniformly zealous in their work, and 
devoted to the best interests of their pupils. The largest 
freedom of movement essential to enable the scholars faith- 
fully to pursue their studies, as well as heartily to enjoy their 
pastimes, and a constant wholesome restraint on every ten- 
dency to idleness and wrong-doing, are marked characteris- 
tics of the government of this school. And so it follows, as 
a natural sequence, that a firm but gentle control elicits only 
prompt and cheerful obedience. 



107 

The scholars merit high praise for their close attention to 
study and for the genuine progress they are making in the 
essentials of sound learning ; and, most of all, are they, with 
rare exceptions, to be commended for their unvarying sacred 
regard for truth and honor, as well as for their marked 
observance of the courtesies and amenities of life. 

During the long vacation, a tew much-needed repairs were 
made in and upon' the building ; the walks in the school-yard 
were graded ; the old, decaying terrace steps in front of the 
building were replaced by substantial new ones ; and the stone 
wall fronting on Hyde Park avenue, was pointed anew and 
cemented. This year, the grounds will need additional im- 
provements ; and the building, additional repairs. A supply 
of pure water for this school, is urgently recommended. 

The Hio'h School is the crowning excellence of our ad- 
mirable system of common schools, bringing to the very 
homes of the humblest and of the highest alike untold bene- 
fits and possibilities. Therefore, it well deserves, and should 
receive, the fostering care and generous support of all our 
citizens 

HENRY HYDE SMITH, 
ANDEEW WASHBURN, 
EDMUND DAVIS, 

Local Committee. 



A copy of the rules and regulations, containing also the 
new course of study and list of text-books adopted for use in 
the schools, may be obtained by parents on application to 

EDMUND DAVIS, 

Secretary of the Board. 



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REPORT OF SCHOOLS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



Principal— Mr. J. P. ELLIOT. 

Assistants— Miss M. C. Clark and Miss M. M. Coleman. 





















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Pupils Neither Absent Nor Tardy Duking the Tear.— Fannie E. Harlow, 
Albert P. Davis, Jennie M. Brooks, Henry B. Humphrey, Elinor Roberts, Jennie H, 
Soule, Nellie F. Rogers. 

Pupils Neither Absent Nor Tardy Since Entering the School, Sept. 1.— 
Fred E. Cobb, Arthur V. Davis, Grace F.Euscis, Sarah E. Roome, Agnes G, Gay, Johu 
! L. Kerr. 



ADVANCED GRAMMAR CLASS. 

Miss Estelle M. Hatch, Teacher. 
From Sept. 6 to Dec. 24, 1880. 

Whole number of pupils 16 

Average whole number 16 

Average attendance ..'............. 15.3 

Per cent, of attendance 95.8 

' ' punctuality 94 

Number not absent 7 

" " tardy 7 



NOT TARDY.^Irving Bullarrl, Jessie G. Cochrane, Annie S. Coffin, Elmer R. 
Fernal'l, Thad. Faivbairn, Minnie E. Rollins, M. Abbie Sumner. 

Not Absent.— Grace A. Cheney, Annie S. Coffin, May H. Hassam, Arthur H. 
Jenkins, Edward W. Lancaster, Minnie E. Rollins, M. Abbie Sumner. 



109 



DAMON SCHOOL. 



From Jan. 6, to July 2, 1880. 



Class 



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2nd Div. XII.- 

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2nd Div. XII.- 



-Mr. E. W. Cross.... 

- " E. W. Cross.... 
-Miss L. D. Bunker.. 

- " L. I>. Bunker... 

- " J. E. Donovan 

- ■' S. A. Crosby.. 

- " A. E. Gaffe 

- " A. B, White... 

- " M. E. Bertram 

6 to Dec, 24, I8S0. 

-Mr. E. W. Cross.... 

- " E. W. Cross.... 
-Miss L. D. Bunker.. 

- " L. D. Bunker.. 

- " J. E. Donovan 

- " S. A. Crosby.. 

- '.' A. B. White... 

- " M.E, Bowen.. 

- •' *M. E. Bertram 



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McDonald, Anson Carpenter, Frank Austin, Win. Ellery Billiard, Mary Cavanaugh, 
Geo. Kingston, Fred. Kappler, Joseph McDonough. 

Pupils perfect in attendance from April 19 toJuiy 2. — Effie McDonald. Hannah 
Probert, Maggie Burke, John Conroy, Joseph Glynn, Katie McDonough, Mary 
McDonough, Charles Stack. Frank Austin, Wm. Ellery Bullard, John Cavanaugh, 
Martin Costello, Bella King, Katie McDonough, Matthew Stack, Charles Weeden, 
Nellie Stevens, Delia -Riley, John Milan, Wesley Carpenter, Martin' Riley, Dannie 
Quinn, Edna Stevens and Thomas Woods. 

Pupils perfect in attendance from Sept. 6 to Dec, 24, 1880.— Nellie L. Cox, Lizzie 
A. Cox, Frank Austin, Hillard Coontz, Mary Dtixbury, Nellie Riley, Matthew Slack, 
John Conroy, Charles Stack, Wm. A. Weeden, Julia McDonough, Bertie L. Austin, 
Wesley Carpenter. Katie McDonough, Lizzie McDonough, Martin Riley, John Tierney, 
Willie Tomlinson, Maggie McDonough and John Milan. 

* XII Class divided May 3. M.E.Bertram was appointed to take charge of the 
2d Division. 



EVERETT PRIMARY SCHOOL. 



Jan. 1 to 

July 1, 

1880. 



Class XT. 
Class XII. 
Sept. 6 to 
Dec. 24. 
Class XI. 
Class XII. 



NAME OF TEACHER. 



Mary E. Rogers 
Mary E. Rogers 

Mary E. Rogers, 
Mary E. Rogers. 





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NAMES OF PUPILS PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE FROM JAN. 1 TO APRIL 1. 

Paul Gidney, Grace Eustis, Loretta Drake*. Maggie Swinton, Lorena Drake, Sadie 
Sinith, 'Walter Bryant, Clara Davenport Willie Swinton, Edward Badger, Charles 
Swinton, Jessie Swinton, Autionello Andrew*, Hattie Davenport, Hill Norton, Nettie 
Frost, Freddie Hill, Freddie Merrill* Walter Piper, Abbie Toole-, John Raynes, Geo» 
White, George Elliott*, 

From april 1 to July 1. 

Paul Gidney, Grace Eustis, Loretta Drake, Maggie Swinton, Lovena Drake, Sadie 
Smith, Georgie Bennett, Frank Brackett, Walter Bryant, Clara Davenport, Arthur 
Sav.-ge, Willie Eustis, Frank Howard, Andrew Bloom* Willie Swinton. Edward 
Badger, Charles swinton, Jessie Swinton, Jessie Hopkirk, Henry Roberts* Essie Gait* 
Eva Barker, Ida Paine, Frank Mallard, Warren Davenport* Bertie Savaget 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO DEC. 31. 

Georgie Bennett, Frank Brackett, Arthur Savage, Frank Howard, Willie Eustis* 
Andrew Bloom, Edward Badger, Charles Swinton, Jessie Swinton, Arthur Campbell* 
Josie Howard, Maggie Parker, George Hodges* Louise Ryan, Nettie House* Maggie 
Marshall, Harry Hayward, Perley BlodgetU 



Ill 

GREW SCHOOL. 



Jan. 1 to 
July 1, 

1880. 



V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XI. 

XI. 

Xli. 

XII. 

Sept. 1 to 

Dec. 31. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

X. 

XI. 

XII. 

XII. 



NAMES OF TEACHERS. 



Prank H. Dean 

Frank H. Dean.* 

F. J. Emerson 

Lucina Dunbar 

Mary Morey. 

M.A.Alexander 

Genevieve Brainard..'.. 
Florence E. Leadbeater 

Leila E. Ferry 

Florence E. Leadbeater. 

Frank H. Dean..,.. .... 

Frank M.Dean » 

F. J. Emerson 

Lucina Dunbar 

Mary Morey 

M. A. Alexander 

Florence E. Leadbeater 
Genevieve Bi'ainard.. j. 
Leila E. Perry .......... 

Florence E. Leadbeater. 



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NAMES OF PI/PIES NOT ABSENT NOR TARDY. 

1st Term.— diaries Lord, Frank Wiswall, Ida Brainard, Edward Fellows, John 
Kennedy, Frank tfpharii, Lizzie Neal, Willie Regan, Lora Pattee, Robert Johnson* 
Blanche Gridley, John Gullen, Bertha Kubasch, Augustus Clark, Susie VValdron, Lily 
Harlow, Blanche Whittier, Patrick Connelly, Johu Madden, Edward E. Hall, August 
Swanstrom, Lucy W". Howard. 

2nd Term.— Ralph Vose, Ida Brainard, Edward Fellows, Thomas Dolan, Homer 
Wheeler, Frank Belcher, Josie Burns, Katie Burns, Lizzie Neal, Lora Pattee, Nellie 
Regan, Clare Rogers. Clara Wiley, William Lewis, John Robinson. Olive Humphrey, 
Blanche Gridley, Everett Lewis, Ellis Littlefleld, Frank Bridgman, Bertha Kubasch, 
Augustus Clark, Lily Harlow, Leha Thayer, Nellie Campbell, Blanche Whittier, Ed- 
ward E. Hall, Annabel Bryant, Charles Pierce, P.oxana H. Vivian, Oscar Edenburg, 
David Barry, Willie Kennerly, Helma Swanstrom* 

3rd Term.— Edward Fellows, William Perkins, Albert Rhodes, Mattie Rich, John 
Robinson, Florence Lane, Lizzie Neal, Lora Pattee, Ada Townsend, William Morri- 
son, Thomas Clary, Edward Stone, Johu Cullen, Mary Cooper, Clare Rogers, Rosa 
Hughes, Annie McNallj, Edward Bryant, William Collins, Augustus Clark, Olive 
Humphrey, Alice Rich, Bertha Kubasch, Lillian Harlow, Lucy Howard, Edward Hall, 
August Swanstrom, Mabel Snow, Blanche Whittier, Patrick Connelly, Charlie Lacey, 
Frederick Lincoln, William J. Tracey, Paul Caduc, George Cutter, Fred. Fellowa 
Frank Fellows, George Whittier* 



112 

GREENWOOD 



SCHOOL. 



Jan. 5, to 

July 1, 18S0, 

Classes. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 



X. 

XI. 

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Sept. 6 to 

Dec. 24. 

V. 

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IX. 

X. 

XL 
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TEACHERS. 



J. L. Curtis 

J. L. Curtis 

j L. S. CuiTrier. ■. .. 

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i L. 8. Currier 

( H. J. Folsom.. .. 
H.J. Folsom. ... 

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j H.J. Folsom. 

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\ M. E. Libby 

j A. L.Adams.. ... 
M. E. Libby.. 

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\ E. M. Farnsworth 

J. L. Curtis 

J. L. Curtis 

H.J. Folsom 

II. J. Folsom , 

A. L. Adams 

A. L. Adams 

A. E. Gage 

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PERFECT IN ATTENDANCE FROM JAN. 5 TO APRIL 2, 1880. 

Nathaniel Bodwel). George Tucker. Maud Laurison, John Holden, Can ie Goss, 
William Ames, Henry Holtham, Charles Lay, Albert Day* 

From April 2 to July 1.— Nathaniel Bodwell, Arthur Jenkins, William Ames, Geo' 
Hodges, Albert Day, Grace Willard. Allied Brooks, George Tucker, Aland Laurison' 
George Eldredge, Arthur Hawes, Fred Mu-.ehe, Rosa Morrel), William Yeaton. Mary 
Hassam, William Tilly, Harry Worrell, Mabel Brown, Cora Morrell> Marion Coan. 

From Sept. 6 to Dec. 24. -Nathaniel Bodwell, Wilfred Joubert, William Cannon) 
George Tucker, Mary Roome, George Eldredge, Gertrude Chamberlain, Clarence 
Brown, Carrie Goss, Frank Gallagher, Grace Holt, Harry Gurnev, Emma Mathingj 
Chiu'les Teaton, Arthur Sherman, Eldon Joubert. Alice Williams, Bertie Angell,John 
Holden, Lilly Tilly, Arthur Hawes, Lina Ingersoll, Frank Coan, William Stokol, Wm. 
Arentzen, Marion Coan, Ella Brown, George Ochre, Ella Haven, Jennie Gallagher, 
Nellie Jenkins, frank Waters, Henry Mathmg, James Leahy, Minnie Knight, Henry 
Ahlborn, Mabel Knight.