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FOURTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK, 



REPOETS OF THE SELECTMEN, TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC 
LIBRARY AND OTHER TOWN OFFICERS. 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31st, 1882. 




HYDE PARK: 
PRESS OF THE NORFOLK COUNTY GAZETTE 

1882. 



OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK : 

For the Year ending March 6, 1882. 



SELECTMEN AND SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS : 

HENRY C. STARK, STEPHEN B. BALKAM. AMOS H. BRAINARD 



GEORGE SANFORD, 



assessors: 



RANDOLPH P. MOSELEY. 



JOEL F. GOODWIN. 



BOARD OF HEALTH: 

RANDOLPH P. MOSELEY, EDWARD McKENNA, 

JOEL F. GOODWIN. 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR: 

JOEL F. GOODWIN .'..".'. 

JOHN TERRY 

RANDOLPH P. MOSELEY . 



term expires 1882. 
term expires 1883. 
term expires 1884. 



TOWN CLERK 

HENRY B. TERRY. 



TOWN treasurer: 

HENRY S. BUNTON. 



COLLECTOR OF TAXES : 

JOSEPH B. QUIMBY. 



HENRY HYDE SMITH 
EDMUND DAVIS . 
HENRY S BUNTON 
EDWARD I. HUMPHREY 
CHARLES G. CHICK 
ANDREW WASHRURN . 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE I 



HENRY GREW 
WILLIAM J. STUART 
HENRY BLASDALE 



WILLIAM D. OVERELL, 



SINKING FUND COMMISSIONERS : 



AUDITORS : 



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term expires 1884. 

GEORGE B. KERR, 



GEORGE W. CHAPMAN. 



CONSTABLES : 

DANIEL O'CONNELL, PATRICK J. DONLAN, MOSES N. GAGE, 

RICHADR F. BOYNTON, JAMES F. PEPPEARD, 

HENRY P. BUSSEY, GEORGE W. PARKER, 

JOSEPH B. QUIMBY, FRANK GREENWOOD {resigned.) 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES : 

HIRAM W. EAMES. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT : 

WARREN W. HILTON, Chief Engineer. 
L. FARNSWORTH and FRED'K A. SWEET, Assist. Engineers. 



EEPOET OF THE SELECTMEN. 



Fellow Citizens : — 

Herewith we submit our annual report of the receipts, 
expenditures, and other matters of general interest. The 
condition of the town the past year has been prosperous and 
satisfactory. Vacant houses have been taken up and occu- 
pied, and the increase of inhabitants by persons moving 
from other places has been limited only by the number of 
houses to be obtained. 

New industries have been established during the past year, 
and others will be the coming season. 

The natural beauties and advantages of the town, both as a 
place of residence and for the location of manufactories, are 
becoming appreciated, and we may look in the future to a 
large increase of population from both these sources. 

HIGHWAYS. 

The appropriations for the preceding financial years having 
proved insufficient to put and keep the streets and sidewalks 
in good condition, as stated by the last Board of Selectmen, 
a large number of unpaid bills were left over to be paid the 
present year, and very much needed to be done. The com- 
paratively liberal appropriation of the past financial year has 
enabled us to do much towards putting the roads in excellent 
condition. It may well be doubted, however, whether the 
present system of keeping up our roads affords the best or 
most economical results. 

Eoad making is an art as well as any mechanical business, 
and the permanently employ of a competent man by 
the town to direct and supervise the making and repairs of 
all the roads, responsible to the Selectmen, would doubtless 
prove a marked step in advance of the present system. 



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The Board some time since called the attention of the New 
York & New England Railroad Compan}^ to the necessity of 
gates at the grade crossing on Fairmount avenue, and the 
corporation agreed to put them up ; so far this has not been 
done, but it is understood that the matter is progressing, 
and that the gates will be in position at an early date. 

POLICE. 

The liberal appropriation by the town for police purposes 
has enabled the Board to provide an ample force to preserve 
good order, and all needed protection. One approved and 
experienced officer has been constantly employed as a night 
patrol ; a second for duty from noon to midnight, and a 
third for Sunday duty. These with the force of special 
police and constables, serving without pay unless assigned 
to special duty, have proved quite sufficient, and the cost 
has been moderate. 

The strong vote of the town in regard to the matter of 
liquor licenses and the illegal sale of liquor decided the board 
to grant no licenses and to use the most energetic efforts for 
the suppression of tippling shops. 

Instructions were given the police to notify all persons so 
engaged, of this decision of the selectmen, and to discontinue 
any further sales of spirituous liquors. 

After due notice thus given the most energetic and 
continuous efforts were made to sifppress illegal sales, and 
it is believed with a very fair measure of success. The 
difficulties however of obtaining the proofs necessary for 
conviction have been increased by recent legislation. 

Formerly the paraphernalia of a drinking shop — beer 
pumps, &c, — was in itself evidence, but, by the law 
allowing the sale of drinks containing not over 3 per cent, of 
alcohol, the fittings of a "saloon" are no longer evidence. 

There are, however, no known open bars at present in 
the town, and while liquor is doubtless sold in secret 
places, as it probably always will be, it may be safely 



assumed that the illegal sale of liquor in this town has 
ceased to be profitable. 

Particulars of arrests for various misdemeanors will be 
found in the report of the keeper of police records. 

STREET LAMPS. 

The streets are now lighted by the Globe Gas Light 
Company, of Boston. The service has been satisfac- 
tory, and considering the cost, the streets are generally well 
lighted. The company has looked after the lamps and the 
lighting of the same in a manner entitling it to much credit. 

TOWN HALL. 

The Town Hall Building during the year showing signs of 
weakness and settling, prompt measures were at once taken 
to remedy these defects, and the building has now been 
made perfectly safe. Beyond this no permanent improve- 
ments or changes have been made in the building ; the 
proposed completion of the "third track" of the Boston & 
Providence Railroad the coming spring, and the probable 
changes of grade in Gordon avenue and River street at this 
point rendering anything further than provisions for safety 
unadvisable. 

For a detailed report of the expenses and receipts of the 
Town Hall property, reference is made to the Treasurer's 
report. 

The reports of the School Committee, Engineers of the 
Fire Department, Town Clerk, Town Treasurer, Tax Col- 
lector, Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, Trustees of the 
Public Library, Assessors, Overseers of Poor, Board of 
Health, and Keeper of Police Records will be found in their 
proper places. 

HENRY C. STARK, 
AMOS H. BRAINARD, 
STEPHEN B. BALKAM, 

Selectmen. 



POLICE EEPOET. 



To the Board of Selectmen : — 

Gentlemen, — I herewith append a record showing the 
number of arrests from February 4, 1881, to February 1, 

1882 : — 

Drunkenness ........ 24 

Assault and Battery 6 

Tramps . 

Common Drunkard ....... 1 

Disturbing the peace . . » . . . . 1 

Larceny ........ 1 

Bastardy ....... 2 

Cruelty to animals ....... 2 

Insanity ......... 2 

Maliciously stopping railroad train .... 1 

Fifteen complaints have been made against persons for 
violation of the liquor laws. 

In addition to the above, 235 travellers have been enter- 
tained in the lock-up over night, being discharged the 
following day. 

DANIEL O'CONNELL, 



Constable and Keeper of Police Records. 



ENGINEERS' EEPOET. 



Hyde Park, Jan. 31st, 1882. 
To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : — 

Gentlemen, — It is with much satisfaction that we lay 
before you our annual report for the year ending January 
31st, 1882. In doing so we are happy to say, that the 
department is in excellent condition, and as for the gentle- 
manly deportment of its members and prompt response to 
every call, it is second to none in the Commonwealth. There 
has been a number of changes made in the department the 
past year, which in our estimation have been very much for 
the better. 

By a vote of the town we have placed in the department 
a Babcock Chemical (two tank) Engine, each tank capable 
of holding fifty gallons, which has proved an excellent addi- 
tion to the department. In the early stage of a fire, before 
we can get a stream of water on, or in saving property in 
the neighborhood of a fire, it has more than doubly paid for- 
itself. At the fire on Railroad avenue, for instance, had it not 
been for the chemical, the fire would have reached Gunnison's 
stable before we could possible have got a stream of water 
on, and when once in there, no one knows where we should 
have been able to stop it. 

We have now in the department about 4500 feet of hose, 
of which 2000 feet is cotton, and in excellent condition, the 
balance of 2500 feet is leather, and only about 600 feet of 
which is good, the balance being almost worthless. We 
have placed in the department 700 feet of cotton hose the 
past year, and would earnestly recommend the town to ap- 
propriate a sum of money for the purchase of hose this year. 



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We would recommend cotton hose in preference to any 
other. And we would impress it on your minds and also tlr 
citizens of Hyde Park, that our steamers are getting olc , 
and will require much more repairing this year than oj any 
previous year. In our judgment they will not last longer 
than this year, if they do that, without new boilers. 

We have also in the department two steamers, two hose 
carriages, one hook and ladder carriage, one chemical 
engine, one fuel wagon, two setts of swinging harnesses, all 
in good repair, and hose as above described. We take 
this opportunity to heartily thank each and every member 
of the department for their gentlemanly conduct and hearty 
co-operation in making any change, that is for the benefit of 
the department. 

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

Kespectfully submitted, 

WARREN W. HILTON, 

Chief Engineer. 

C. L. FARNSWORRH, 
F. A. SWEET, 

Assistant Engineers. 



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OFFICERS AND NUMBER OF MEN. 



The following is a list of the officers of the several companies, 
together with the number of men in the employ of the de- 
partment :— *■ 



• Goodwill Steam Fire Engine Co., No. 1. 

W. H. DARLING", Foreman. 
BENJ. E. FOGG, Assistant Foreman. 
W. H. PLUMMER, Clerk and Treasurer. 
H. E. HUNT, Engineman, and eleven men. 



Rough and Ready Steam Fike Engine Co., No. 2, 

STEWART McKENZIE, Foreman. 

A. L. BOYNTON, Assistant. Foreman. 

L. F. UPHAM, Clerk. 

JAMES A. GUINAN, Treasurer. 

EDWARD F. MOORE, Engineman, and eleven men. 



Hook and Ladder and Chemical Engine Co., No. 1. 

G. E. CARLTON, Foreman. 

WILLIAM M. WISWALL, Assistant Foreman. 

ROBERT SCOTT, Jr., Clerk and Treasurer, and eight men. 



Number of Firemen 41 



JOSHUA WILDER, Steward of the Department. 



DETAILED 

STATEMENT OP EXPENDITURES. 



SCHOOLS. — Teachers' Salaries. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 



Paid John F. Elliot 

Miss Minnie C. Clark 
Miss Mary M. Coleman 



$1,600 00 
600 00 
600 00 



ADVANCED GRAMMAR CLASS. 


Paid Miss Estelle M. Hatch . 


. 


FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 


Paid Henry F. Howard . 


. $1,200 00 


Miss Annie L. Howe 


450 00 


Miss Hattie E. Adams 


150 00 


Miss Ella J. Stocking 


407 50 


Miss Hattie M. H. Darling 


420 00 


Miss Jennie S. Hammond 


450 00 


Miss Helen A. Perry 


450 00 


Miss Sarah A. Remick 


42 00 


Miss Hattie E. Tower 


6 00 


Miss Emma A. Cochran . 


4 00 


DAMON SCHOOL. 




Paid Edward W. Cross . ... 


81,200 00 


Miss Lizzie D. Bunker 


450 00 


Miss Julia E. Donovan 


450 00 


Miss Sarah A. Crosby 


450 00 


Miss Alice B. White . . 


262 50 


Miss Ellen Clifford 


110 00 


Miss Margaret E. Bertram 


417 50 


Miss Mary E. Bo wen 


200 00 


Miss Maria V. Eooney 


103 00 


Miss Sybel G. Brown 


1 00 



5,800 00 
600 00 



3,579 50 



- 3,644 00 



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GREENWOOD SCHOOL 

Paid J. Langdon Curtis 

Miss Harriet J. Folsom . 
Miss Agnes L. Adams 
Miss Alice E. Gage 
Miss Ellen M. Farnsworth 
Miss Alice B. White 
Miss Susie E. Swallow 



.,200 00 
450 00 
427 50 
432 50 
420 00 
180 00 
4 00 



GREW SCHOOL. 




Paid Franklin H. Dean 


$1,200 00 


Miss Fannie J. Emerson . 


450 00 


Miss Lucina Dunbar 


450 00 


Miss Mary Morey ... 


450 00 


Miss Martha A. Alexander 


450 00 


Miss Genevieve Brainard 


450 00 


Miss Lelia E. Perry . ^ ' 


445 00 


Miss Florence E. Lcadbeater . 


427 50 


Miss Florence G. Bemis . 


8 00 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 

Paid Miss Mary E. Rogers 

MUSIC. 

Paid Henry J. Whittemore 



fuel and janitors. 

Paid Joseph Willett, 200 733-2000 tons 

coal at $5.85 . . ' 

S. B. Balkam, 5 tons coal at $7.50 . 
S. B. Balkam, LO tons coal at $7.25 
S. B. Balkam, 2 tons coal at $7.00 . 
Joseph Willett, 13 cords pine wood 

at $5.70 

Robert Scott, jr., janitor, High and 

Grew Schools .... 
Geo. James, janitor, Fairm'nt School 



5,114 



4,330 50 



450 00 



400 00 



$18,918 00 



.,172 14 

37 50 
72 50 
14 00 

74 10 

300 00 
150 00 



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Paid Albert C.Clapp, janitor, Damon School 
John R. Bond, janitor, Damon School 
Theodore W.Stratton, janitor, Green- 
wood School .... 

Cr. 

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



$135 


00 




15 


00 




150 


00 


$2,120 24 






$20,000 00 




1,038 


24 


$21,038 24 



EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Paid Franklin H. Dean, teaching 

Mrs. Achsa M. Merrill, teaching 

Daniel G. Thompson, teaching . 

Miss Mary E. Bowen, teaching 

Miss Sybel G. Brown, teaching 

Miss Sarah E. Brown, teaching 

Robert Scott, ir., janitor 

A. C. Clapp, janitor . 

George James, janitor 

John R. Bond, janitor 

Cushtnan Bros. & Co., material for window 

A. C. Clapp, labor and supplies 

S. R. Moseley, printing . 

Thomas Cobbett, keys ... 

George Miles, oil 

Peabody & Co. .... 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation 

Unexpended balance from last year 





$140 00 




121 25 




120 00 




75 00 




80 00 




60 00 




28 00 




32 00 




8 00 




8 00 


low shades 


10 45 




11 05 




4 00 




3 50 




5 00 




1 65 




$707 90 


$400 00 




708 94 






1,108 94 





Balance unexpended 



$401 00 



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EXPENDITURES FROM INCOME OF THE MASSACHU- 
SETTS SCHOOL FUND. 

Paid on account of teachers' salaries . . . $1,038 24 
Town of Declham, tuition of Hyde Park scholars 

attending Dedham schools . . . 55 00 
D. Appleton & Co., books for supplementary 

reading . . . . . . . 13 50 

Hectograph Manufacturing Co., hectograph . 6 00 



,112 74 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid M. R. Warren, ink . 

James Cassidy, repairing clock . 
Lane Bros., printing .... 
N. T. Cottelle, tuning piano 
Mark E. Noble, books, etc. 
H. J. Whittemore, music . 
Joel F. Goodwin, use of piano . 
J. F. Mooar, filling diplomas, 
R, Scott, jr., cleaning rooms and labor 
H. C. Chamberlain, ribbon 
James McNabb, cleaning vaults and ashes 
James O'Hern, repairing roof 
C. H. Crumett, use of well, 
S. R. Moseley, printing 
Warren W. Hilton, repairing fence 
Ginn, Heath & Co., books 
., Geo. H. Peare, building cistern 





1 50 




4 75 




2 00 




5 75 




42 




2 00 




2 75 




21 75 




1 22 




9 87 




5 09 




10 00 




7 00 
2 69 




2 75 




200 00 



$281 04 



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ADVANCED GRAMMAR CLASS. 

Paid Mark E. Noble, books 
S. R. Moseley, printing 
Edw. H. Studle,y, filling diplomas 
A. G. Whitcomb, desks and chairs 
R. Scott, jr., labor and cleaning 
R. Corson, expressing 
Boston Transcript, advertising 



$3 


02 


8 


50 


4 


50 


117 


00 


13 


75 


5 


00 


1 


50 



$153 27 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 



Paid F. A. Perry, glazing, etc. 

A. B. Badlam, 1 box "alphabet of Nos." 

Geo. James, cleaning rooms and yard 

C. P. Vanghan, repairing clocks 

David Higgins, labor and material 

H. J. Whittemore, book 

Ryan's Express Co., express 

Thos. Cobbett, repairing locks and key 

Quincy Dyer, sand paper and duster 

James McNabb, cleaning vaults and ashes 

S. B. Balkam, lumber 

G. W. Hanscom, labor 

Whidden & Curtin.. chairs, 

Hall & Whiting, supplies 

L. C. Swett, jr., window shades 

Geo. W. Noyes, labor and stock 

N. T. Cottelle, tuning piano 

John Beatey, labor and material 

Francis Boynton, labor on pump 

.L. J. French & Co., slates 

Mark E. Noble, books 



$15 10 

75 

35 80 

3 00 

94 63 

30 

1 20 

1 08 
3 24 
9 87 

24 46 
12 20 

3 75 
14 02 

25 00 
*7 65 

2 00 
22 17 

2 05 

2 00 

56 



$280 83 



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GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Paid Thomas Cobbett, looks, keys and repairs 
Bogman & Vinal, locks and kej's, 
Knight, Adams & Co., dictionaries 
L. H. Russell, repairs .... 

Quincy Dyer, hardware and supplies . 
A. B. Badlam, 2 boxes of "alphabet of Nos 
R. Corson, expressing, etc. 
P. F. Cassidy, cleaning clocks, etc. 
S. P. Crossman, slating 
Hopkinson & Marden, mats and supplies 
A. C. Clapp, labor .... 
S. R. Moseley, printing 
James McNabb, cleaning vaults, etc. . 
Frank M. Colby, pails 

Francis Boynton, labor on pump and furnaces 
8. B. Balkam, lumber 
Charles Haley, labor, etc. . 
T. W. Stratton, cleaning and supplies 
R. Scott, jr., labor . ... 
Cushman,Bros. & Co., material for window shades 
C. P. Vaughan, clock 

A. G. Whitcomb, desks and chairs 

B. E. Phillips, glazing 
Sanford & Runnells, oil 



$3 70 
3 25 

16 00 
1 98 

3 57 

1 50 
9 60 

8 00 
25 04 
43 87 
23 48 

2 50 

9 88 
1 00 

19 45 

4 11 
57 51 
21 95 

4 25 
10 45 

4 50 
21 50 

9 45 
20 



$309 74 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 



Paid A. B. Badlam, 1 box "alphabet of Nos." 
H. J. Whittemore, book 
R.Scott, jr., labor .... 
Warren W. Hilton, repairs 
Mark E. Noble, books 



$0 


V» 




30 


3 


25 


26 


00 




86 



11 16 



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GREW SCHOOL. 
Paid Geo. W. Hanscom, repairs 
David Haskell, repairs 
Thomas Cobbett, repairing locks, etc. 
S. S. Woodcock, repairing pencil sharpener 
Boston School Supply Co., supplies . 
C. P. Vaughan, clock 
N. E. School Furnishing Co., chair 
O. Lappen & Co., mats 
Mark E. Noble, acid 
Ryan's Express Co., expressing . 
S. R. Moseley, printing 
R. Scott, jr., cleaning rooms and repairs 
A. B. Badlam, 3 boxes "alphabet of Nos." 
H. P. Bussey, painting roof 
James McNabb, cleaning vaults 

1 Pointing wall 
Paving gutter 
. Carting ashes and cleaning yard 
Francis Boj'nton, repairing furnaces and supplies 
J. B. Fisher, 1 dozen brooms . 
Sanford & Runnells, supplies . 
J. W. C. Gilman, practice paper . 

Mark E. Noble, books , 



DAMON SCHOOL. 

Paid A. C. Ciapp, supplies and labor 

A. B. Badlum, 2 boxes "alphabet of Nos." 

C. P. Vaughan, repairing clock 

Mark E. Noble, books 

Quincy Dyer, copper chains . ; 

James McNabb, cleaning vaults and ashes 

James O'Hern, repairing roofs 

S. B. Balkam, lumber 

Cornelius Cleary, carting gravel and labor on yard 

R. Scott, jr., work on furnace 

Boston School Supply Co., supplies . 

Sanford & Runnells, pails and brushes 



$23 


13 


2 


30 


1 


87 


1 


00 


11 


68 


4 


50 


1 


80 


16 


50 




35 




60 


5 


50 


30 


80 


2 


25 


19 


00 


5 


00 


35 


00 


25 


00 


10 


00 


42 


73 


3 


50 


1 


26 


2 


10 


24 


91 



>270 78 

$47 04 

1 50 
5 00 

144 50 
36 
9 88 
15 89 
14 16 
64 50 
17 00 

2 00 
8 35 



$330 18 



FENCE AT GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Paid G-. L. Richardson, plans of yard 

S. R. Moseley, advertising for proposals 
Chas. Haley, building fence and vvire 
Bubier & Co., iron posts 
James McNabb, labor 
R. Corson, expressing 





$15 50 




3 75 




642 16 




18 00 




16 64 


• 


1 25 



$-69-7 30 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Paid Boston School Supply Co., supplies . 
S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising 
R. Corson, expressing and hack fares 
. J. H. Burdakin, copy of deed 
J. M. Williams, labor 
Woman's C. T. Union, text books 
S. B. Balkam, lumber, . . 

Joel F. Goodwin, taking names, of scholars 
H. J. Whittemore, blanks, . 
Ryan's Express Co., expressing 
8. P. Blodgett, postage 
A. Fisher, supplies 
Edmund Davis, services as Secretary of the Board 
Wm. Damon, statistical tables 



$148 70 

39 00 

8 90 

65 

6 00 

.2 50 

5 44 

25 00 

60 

1 10 

4 14 
3 65 

100 00 

5 00 

$350 68 



Amount expended 



5,704 98 



Cr. 
By amount of appropriation . . 2,500 00 

Unexpended balance of last year . 204 98 



$2,704 98 



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INCIDENTALS. 

Paid S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Company 
Ward & Gay, boxes ..... 
M. R. Warren, liquor license blanks 
Andrew Fisher, stationery 

Winkley, Thorp & Dresser, check and cash book 
H. Hatch & Co., stamps, etc. . . 

B. F. Bennett, tax books .... 
Little, Brown & Co., Massachusetts Digest . 

C. M. Chapin, insurance 
Brown & Terry, insurance .... 
H. B. Terry, insurance .... 
Michael Rogers, distributing town reports . 
J, H. Burdakin, copies of deeds . 
J. H. Chipman, posting notices . 
George W. Chapman, perambulating boundary 

line ....... 

C. G. Chick, taking transfers for assessors . 

J. H. Tuckerman, repairing chairs 

J. W. Bean, water cart .... 

Barney Connor, his interest in water cart 
Stewart McKenzie, repairs on water cart 
Town of Canton, costs in suit of Hyde Park vs 

Canton ...... 

Michael Lahey, painting .... 

James O'Hearn, trimming trees . . 

L. H. Russell, labor ..... 

Thomas Cobbett, key ..... 

L. B. French, ammunition for cannon 
H. C. Chamberlain, flannel 
George Marston, legal advice 

C. P. Vaughan, repairs on clock . 

D. D. Burns, repairs on pound . 
Town of Dedham, one-half expense of perambu 

lation ....... 

American Tool and Machine Company, water 
George Miles, cloth, pitcher, etc. 
F. C. Graham, returning deaths . 



$652 


50 


71 


38 


4 


00 


1 


10 


12 


46 


24 


00 


1 


85 


7 


50 


25 


00 


410 


00 


460 


00 


100 


00 


5 


00 


1 


31 


1 


50 


Y 

4 


00 


60 


00 


6 


00 


100 


00 


50 


00 


19 


00 


67 


71 


18 


00 


17 


00 


2 


20 




25 


6 


75 


2 


60 


3 


00 


1 


00 


18 


60 


14 


13 


47 


50 


17 


95 


28 


50 



24 



Paid J.B. Quirnby, on account, for collection of taxes, 
and for cash paid out, and for writing tax list 
for report ..... 

James Patterson, refreshments . 

H. S. Bun ton, cash paid for stamps, etc. 

G. L. Rinhardson, surveying 

R. Corson, carriage hire and express . 

W. W. Hilton, labor and material 

H. C. Stark, pump, labor, etc. 

Adams ExpTess Company, expressing . 

Ryan's express, expressing 

Henry B. Terry, obtaining, returning and index 
ing facts relating to births, marriages and 
deaths, and for legal services . .- 

J. E. Cotter, costs in suit Hyde Park vs. Canton, 
and for legal services . 

S. B. Balkam, lumber and posts . 

J. Johnston, painting sign boards, etc 

S. R. Swett, painting sign boards, etc 

L. F. Upham, painting sign boards 

George H. Peare, cistern . 

S. P. Blodgett, stamps 

M. Sanson, pens 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation, Mar. 31, 1881 |2,500 00 
" " Oct. 24, 1881 1,200 00 





$137 83 




30 00 




3 20 




166 84 




18 25 




98 11 




30 85 




1 10 




5 00 



142 50 



214 


54 


117 


50 


24 


49 


96 


00 


40 


00 


300 


00 


9 


00 


3 


00 



;,700 oo 



1,700 00 



HIGHWAYS. 

Paid for labor on streets and bridges, and for use of horses and 
carts as follows : — 

Thomas Corrigan $1,000 00 

John Corrigan ....... 873 72 

Thomas Sweeney . ... . . . 286 .95 

Michael Rogers 261 00 



25 



Paid B. McMasters . 










$73 50 


Thomas Rooney 










123 50 


Peter Rooney 










141 50 


John Downey 










74 25 


J. Corbett 










138 00 


Thomas Meegan 










112 00 


Patrick Rooney 










189 12 


James McNabb 










127 14 


Hugh McGinley 










132 87 


Barne}' Connor 










77 25 


C. H. Crnmett 










57 75 


Henry Grew 










39 25 


Martin O'Brien . 










4 50 


Peter Grant 










9 00 


D. W. Phipps . 










60 35 


S. S. Bunker 










5 20 


H. C. Stark 










26 70 


A. Raymond 










113 00 


E. McKenna 










121 50 


W. W. Hilton . ' 










64 49 


R. Corson 










8 75 


John Dunn 










7 50 


George W. Hanscom 










33 25 


B. H. Hardy 










30 13 


C. P. Holmes . 










4 02 


0. McMahan 










18 00 


James McMahon 










12 70 


James P. Carroll 










148.86 


James O'Riley . 










3 00 


Michael Maguire 










1 50 


James Feehan . 










4 50 


Michael Milan . 










6 75 


David Barry 










2 25 


Thomas Brown . 










38 87 


John Hart 










11 25 


John Gill 










1 50 


M. Loftus 










2 25 


T. A. Donovan 










10 50 


John Graham 










13 12 



26 



Paid Thomas Davis . 




» 






$2 25 


Martin Ryan . . . 






1 50 


Gregory Duggan 










1 50 


John Regan 










13 50 


John Flarity 










16 50 


P. Clancy 










26 25 


Thomas Allen . 










26 25 


P. Maguire 










34 50 


James Gorman . 










1 50 


Henry Clark 




• 






7 87 


John Bowen 










35 25 


J. McGinley 










61 50 


J. Cnlnan 










14 25 


John Norton 










47 25 


M. Cunard 










29 25 


John Nash 










21 75 


John Hancy 










44 63 


John Driscoll 










4 50 


M. Griffin 










90 75 


Thomas Maran . 










3 00 


M. Conniff . : 










27 50 


John Nagle 










21 00 


W. McCarty 










40 50 


M. Donahoe . . • 










38 25 


T. Doherty 










36 75 


P. Damon 










33 00 


P. Mahoney 










31 50 


John White 










15 00 


A. D. Rooney 










19 25 


J. Conley 










79 50 


J. Magee 










12 75 


Michael Duggan 










44 00 


P. Cassidy 










49 12 


James Nash 










43 50 


Edward Kane 










13 50 


Martin McDonough . 










7 50 


John Cnrran 










24 75 


John Bowen, Jr. 










1650 


N. Gough 










7 50 



27 



Paid James Curry 










$8 25 


John H. Rogers 










31 50 


P. Rooney 










3 50 


Thomas Dolan ... 










1 50 


John Lennon 










12 50 


John Roach 










29 25 


Jeremiah Sweeney 










4 50 


Thomas Kivlin . 










3 00 


Thomas McGowan 










79 77 


John Haney, Jr. 










7 50 


Owen Hughes 








■ 


84 00 


Patrick Feehan . 










37 50 


Patrick Gilmartin 










75 00 


M. Cannon 










2 25 


M. Hurley 










65 63 


D. Mahoney. 










6 80 


William Dunn 


• 








75 


M. Flaherty 










6 75 


Thomas Kingston 










41 00 


William Shea 










11 62 


John Donovan 










10 50 


John Kennedy . 










27 75 


Thomas Keefe, . 










15 75 


Peter Grant 










54 00 


Edward Grant . 










37 50 


Michael Bowen . 










53 25 


A. Galligan 










28 50 


Stephen Hall 










16 50 


George Kragel . 










25 87 


Patrick Brennan 










66 00 


John McNamara 










40 50 


J. B. Carter 










6 00 


J. Collins 










54 00 


A. Kelley 










59 25 


Con. Cleary 










84 00 


. R. Murray 










22 75 


James Savage . t 










14 25 


Thomas Curley . 










37 50 


Edward Sheehan 










6 75 



28 



Paid M. Wallace 
Patrick Clancy 
Peter C arty- 
Silas Howe 
Patrick Curley 
W. W. Macomber 
. James Fife. 
F. Mahoney 
Patrick Barrett 
Jabez Snell 
M. Foley, 
D. D. Burns 
William Graham 

A. K. Davis 
James Rooney 
John Jenkins 
Michael Fox 
Henry Jenkins 
R. Wallace 
Martin King 
William Donlan 
Daniel Coveney 
R. Mullally 

B. Butler 
J. Monahan 
John Haney 

F. A. Lawler 
John Rowen 

C. Shea 
L. McAuliffe 
John McCarty 
Roger Flaherty 
Marshall Tuttle 
Edward O'Connell 
Robert Bleakie, setting edge stones 
John S. Bleakie, setting edge stones 
Real Estate and Building Company, gravel 

G. L. Richardson, surveying . ., 
Quincr Granite Company, covering stone 



$39 


00 


4 


50 


1 


50 


10 


00 


37 


50 


11 


25 


81 


00 


18 


00 


4 


50 


12 


00 


52 


50 


3 


75 


30 


25 


2 


50 


24 


00 


1 


00 


10 


50 


14 


25 


15 


00 


6 


00 


21 


00 


22 


88 


27 


00 


6 


00 


38 


25 


30 


00 


10 


50 


54 


00 


9 


00 


7 


87 


81 


75 


33 


00 


9 


00 


54 


74 


196 


20 


119 


40 


93 


40 


53 


25. 


70 


50 



29 



Paid D. W. Lewis, drain pipe .... 
M. E. Noble, brimstone .... 
J. W. Bean, use of water cart and repairs on 

streets, . . ... 

American Tool and Machine Company, grate 
J. M. Williams, labor, spikes, etc. 
Parker & Gannett, rolier .... 
D. A. Macdonald, use of land for drain 
J. Breck & Son, shovels, hoes, etc. 
Quincy Dyer, shovels, hoes, etc. 
H. I. Somes, blacksmith work . 
J. Johnston, blacksmith work, etc. 
S. B. Balkatn, lumber .... 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation . . , $7,000 00 

" transferred from street lights ap- 
propriation .... 1,000 00 
" transferred from police appro- 
priation .... 500 00 



$31 


68 




44 


i 

40 


85 


7 


44 


2 


06 


62 


00 


20 


00 


28 


57 


47 


23 


56 


25 


16 


39 


177 


64 



.497 59 



8,500 00 



Balance unexpended 



52 41 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



Paid Goodwill Engine Co., No. 1, payroll 

Rough and Ready Engine Co., No. 2, pay roll 
Norfolk Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1, pay roll 
W. W. Hilton, engineer, (Nov. 1, 1881) . 
C. L. Farnsworth, " " 

Fred A. Sweet, " " 

Rinaldo Williams, " (May 1, 1881) 



$769 56 
778 34 
694 77 
75 00 
75 00 
37 50 
37 50 



30 



Paid H. E. Hunt, engineman and repairs 

E. F. Moore, " " 
W. H. Cumminger, engineman 
Joshua Wilder, services as steward and cash 

paid out ....,., 
R. Corson, horses at fires, and expressage 
A. Raymond " 

Goodwill Engine Co., cash paid for harness 
Spring, Robinson & Co., repairs, etc. 
J. Johnston, " 

J. F. Nolan, " 

W. W. Hilton. 

Boynton & Rogers, " 

H. I. Somes, " 

F. A. Sweet, " 
American Tool & Machine Co. " and castings 
S. R. Swett, ' " 

Jas. Boyd & Sons, " and harness 

Cole Bros., " 

A. Graham & Co., " 
John Beatey, mason work 
R. Scott, Jr. " " 
F. M. Colby, oil, sugar, cheese, etc. 
J. W. Bean, ice ... 
E. N. Coan & Co., coffee and sugar 
C. L. Farnsworth, bread 
Walworth Mfg. Co., valves, etc. 
Jenkins Bros., " 
Nathaniel Tufts, lamps, lanterns, ete. 
Merrimac Chemical Co., vitrol 
Edward Chamberlain & Co., soda 
S. B. Balkam, coal and lumber 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Co., gas 
S. McKenzie, repairs, etc. 
French & Coffin, horse collars, etc. 
Dodge, Gilbert & Co., chairs, etc. 
W. H. Harlow, services 
J. McNamara, wood 

B. E. Phillips, painting 



$53 71 
59 85 
12 50 

491 11 

320 55 

8 00 

100 00 

8 33 

71 90 

22 58 

84 36 

20 92 
10 75 

2 50 
6 91 

3 00 
69 33 

10 00 

1 50 
22 74 

2 00 
48 09 

5 50 

3 76 

5 00 
5 24 
5 63 

15 45 
9 38 

21 54 
159 05 

11 23 

4 75 
21 00 
11 02 
15 00 

6 50 
46 55 



31 



Paid C. P. Vanghan, badge .... 

American Fire Hose Mfg. Co., 650 feet hose 
New England Machine Co., boiler 
James Forgie, harness .... 

Richard Henderson, gas piping, etc. 
Ryan's Express . • . 

Bishop & Bro., ladder .... 

Geo. H. Peare, labor, bricks, etc. 
C. P. Holmes, labor and material . 



Cr. 



$2 


75 


500 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


48 


85 


1 


30 


10 


00 


69 


45 


2 


75 



By amount of appropriation 



$5,000 00 



$5,000 00 



SALARIES. 

Paid Henry C. Stark, services as Selectman and Sur- 
veyor of Highways . . . . $100 00 
Stephen B. Balkam, services as Selectman and 

Surveyor of Highways . . . . 100 00 
Amos H. Brainard, services as Selectman and 

Surveyor of Highways .... 100 00 
Hemy B. Terry, services as Town Clerk and Clerk 

of Selectmen . 200 00 

Henry S. Bunton, services as Treasurer of Town 

and Sinking Fund 350 00 

Joel F. Goodwin, services as Assessor, Overseer 

of Poor, and Board of Health . . . 275 00 
R. P. Moseley, services as Assessor, Overseer of 

Poor, and Board of Health . . . . 275 00 

George Sanford, services as Assessor . . 200 00 

John Terry, services as Overseer of Poor . . 50 00 

Edward McKenna, services on Board of Health 25 00 

Andrew Washburn, services on School Committee 75 '00 

Henry Hyde Smith, " " " 75 00 

Edmund Davis " " " 75 00 

Charles G. Chick, » " " 75 00 



32 



Paid Henry S. Bunton, services on School Committee 
E. L Humphrey, " " " 

George W. Chapman, services as Auditor, 
Geo. B. Kerr, " . " 

W. D. Overell, " " 



Cb. 



By amount of appropriation 



$75 00 
75 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 



>2,200 00 
52,200 00 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



CTJBRENT EXPENSES. 

Paid Mrs. H. A. B. Thompson, Librarian 
Miss Mary A. Hawley, services 
John Scrivens, janitor 
F. L. Wiswall, janitor 
East Boston Savings Bank, rent 
S. R. Moseley, printing 
S. B. Balkam, fuel 
Deland & Barta, order book 
Loring Paper and Twine Co., paper 
J. F. Calkins, chart . 
R. Hollings & Co., lamp 
Henry D. Noyes & Co., stationary, magazines, &c 
Thomas Cobbett, repairing knob 
Fanning Printing Co., paper 
Old Colony Book Bindery, binding books 
Norcross, Mellen & Co., water cooler 
L. H. Russell, labor and materials 
Ryan's Express, expressing 
S. P. Blodgett, post office box and stamps 
John W. Smith, ice . 
F. Boynton, labor and materials 
H. C. Chamberlain, towels 
Sanford & Runnells, oil, &c. 



$442 98 
, 10 00 
67 83 
63 00 
309 96 
47 25' 
49 13 

4 65 
15 88 
15 00 

7 50 

82 94 

25 

2 75 
53 75 

2 20 

23 45 
40 

2 50 

5 00 
39 24 

1. 00 

24 45 



33 



Paid Peabody & Whitney, step-ladder 
E. D. Savage, oil 
Quincy Dyer, padlock 
Lee & Shepard, books 



By amount of appropriation. 



Cr. 



$2 10 


2 00 


35 


24 44 


$1,300 00 


$1,300 CO 



PURCHASE OF NEW BOOKS. 



Paid Lee & Shepard, books 

National Temperance Society 
Henry D. Noyes & Co. 
Montague Marks 



Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, (dog licenses 1880) 



$401 17 

18 84 

16 29 

4 00 



$440 30 
$440 30 



POLICE. 



Paid W. P. McCobb, police duty and keeper 


of lock-up 


$77 50 


Daniel O'Connell " " 


218 67 


P. J. Donlan, police duty ...... 


799 00 


A. D. Rooney, '> 






514 00 


H. P. Bussey, " 






9 50 


George W. Parker, police duty . 






10 25 


Frank Greenwood, " 






13 00 


Robert Scott, Jr., " 






5 00 


Daniel Smith, police duty . 






6 25 


F. J. Becker, " . 






2 00 


J. R. Brown, " 






11 40 


E. W. Moffatt, " 






3 00 


F. H. Caffln, 






48 00 


G. F. Downes, " 






12 00 


R. F. Boyntcn, " 






100 



34 



Paid R. Corson, carriage . 
S. R. Moseley, printing 
Edward Davis, counsel in liquor cases 
S. B. Balkam , coal 
R. Henderson, gas piping . ' 
R. Gould, washing 
A. Raymond, carriage hire . 
H. C. Stark, pipe, labor, etc. 
H. C. Chamberlain, blankets 
J. Wilder, supplies 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Company, gas 
H. I. Somes, wrench .... 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation 

Less amount transferred to highways 



Balance unexpended 



$0 


90 


2 


00 


98 


00 


48 


50 


19 


80 


2 


50 


•27 


00 


17 


75 


12 


00 


2 


79 


2 


93 




50 


$1,965 20 



!,500 00 
500 00 



2,000 00 
$34 80 



TOWN HALL. 

Paid Joel F. Goodwin, janitor 
J. Hill, setting glass 
Spring, Robinson & Co., repairs 
Ingalls & Kenclricken, '• 

S. B. Balkam, coal and lumber 
•D. & H. P. Gas Co., gas 
J. W. Bean, ice . 

Quincy Dyer, hardware 
F. M. Colby, dusters, &c. . 
Boston, Lightning Rod Co., repairs 
Brown & Terry, insurance . 
T. H. Mayhew, awnings 
L. F. Upham, painting 
H. C. Stark, water cooler, labor, &c. 
J. Johnston, repairs on.bowl 



$340 13 

7 67 

13 47 

35 25 

39 16 

132 96 

30 00 

3 89 

11 72 

12 00 
18 00 
24 00 

2 50 

35 21 

1 50 



35 



Paid Thomas Meegan, labor 
Thomas Cobbett, keys 
C. Moody, labor and expense 
W. W. Hilton, labor . 
John Beatey, repairs on Town Hall 
Hyde Park Lodge, expense ventilating hall 
American Tool & Machine Co., iron plates 



$1 


75 


i 


25 


5 


00 


7 


80 


. 119 


74 


50 


00 


8 


04 



$901 04 



Ce. 



Bv rents received 



$901 04 



POOR ACCOUNT. 



Paid F. C. Graham, burial of poor 


. 


$233 00 


Peabody & Co., groceries, . 


. 


35 24 


George Miles, " 


. 


61 84 


F. M. Colby, 


. 


. 43 93 


L. J. French & Co., groceries 




63 00 


Sanford & Runnells, " 


. 


21 94 


E. D. Savage, groceries, 


• 


30 70 


D. D. Burns, " 




6 00 


Putnam & Worden, groceries 


. 


41 80 


E. N. Coan & Co., " 


. 


9 50 


C. L. Farnsworth, bread, milk. 


etc. 


52 31 


Ward Brothers, provisions . 


• 


17 23 


E. McKenna, labor, team and 


provisions 


82 11 


A. W. Snow & Co., fish, etc. 


. 


4 45 


David Evans, medicine 


. 


4 25 


H. M. George, " 


. 


64 50 


M. E. Noble, ," 


• 


5 53 


H. G. Balkam, " 


. . . 


51 80 


C. C. Hayes, medical attendance 


151 28 


W. S. Everett, " " 




4 00 



36 



Paid Charles Sturtevant, examination of lunatic 
McAvoy & Co., fuel . 
J. B. Carter, u . 
J. Willett, " . . . . 

S. B. Balkam, lumber and fuel . 
E. M. Whittemore & Co., clothing 
H. C. Chamberlam, beds, bedding, etc 
J. H. Tuckerman, furniture, etc. 
Bridget Conroy, board of poor 
*N. P. Sullivan, " 
James Carroll, " " 

Mrs. A. Macomber " " 

John M. Howe " " 

Mary Crowd " " 

Leonard Freelove " ' ; 

Andrew Brightmare " " 

• E. E. Bartlett " " 

Mary A. Buckley, nursing . 
Ann Sullivan " 

Ann White " 

. Harry Teed " 

Catherine Fitzgerald " 
A. C. Bass, shoes . 
D. F. Kendall, ' ; . ... 
L. Adler, 

Taunton Lunatic Hospital, care of insane . 
Asylum for the Chronic Insane, care of insane 
House of the Angel Guardian, care of poor . 
The Association for the Protection of Destitute 

Roman Catholic Children, care of poor 
Pv. Corson, teams and moving poor 
S. R. Moseley, printing, &c. 
C. H. Crumett, rent 
W. W. Hilton, lumber and labor 
John Terry, expense of poor to -Tewksbury, and 

cash paid out .... . * 
City of Boston , aid to poor 
Joel F. Goodwin, cash paid out . 
F. H. Caffin, for a tent, and for watching 



$2 00 
28 00 
79 75 

19 00 
181 49 

40 75 
63 28 

39 14 
10 00 

7 00 

5 00 

40 00 
■ 1 50 

6 00 

6 00- 

18 00 
15 00 
25 00 
15 25 

20 00 
30 00 

7 00 
1 25 

10 95 
15 10 

546 38 

129 55 

50 00 

50 00 
44 00 
15 25 

11 00 

28 80 

19 77 

12 75 
22-1 26 

95 17 



37 



*aid F. W. Parents, watching . 

J. M. Twichell, services and cash paid out 

H. C. Stark, stoves, &c. 

'Quincy Dyer, hardware 

A. Fisher, blank books 

Charles Jacobs, expense of M. Gehegen to 

Taunton . . 
Thomas McLaughlin, labor 
Thomas Jordan, " 

Richard Gould " 

American Tool & Machine Co., labor. 
John Beatey " 

Brainard Milling Machine Co., " 
Charles Haley, " 

John Furgerson, " 

E. Davis, services . 
H. B. Terry, services 



$59 


50 


39 


40 


25 


40 


12 


47 


5. 


10 


9 


25 


1 


00 


1 


00 


1 


00 


4 


50 


1 


00 


3 


00 


2 


25 


35 


00 


3 


00 


4 


00 



.101 67 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation ... . $2,700 00 

Cash refunded by State, cities and Towns 372 67 
Rents from Happy Valley estate - ' . 29 00 



,101 67 



CHEMICAL FIRE ENGINE. 

Paid New England Chemical Fire Extinguisher Co., 

1 first-class two-horse chemical fire extinguisher . $1,450 00 



Cr. 



Hy amount of appropriation 



,450 00 



38 

STREET LAMPS. 

Paid Globe Gas Light Co., lighting street lamps . $1,975 90 

Joseph Scrivens, setting posts . . . ' . 3 00 

Thomas Scrivens " " .... 2 00 



Cr. 



$1,980 90 



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

Less amount transferred to highways . 1,000 00 

$2,000 00 



Balance unexpended ..... $19 10 



KEPOKT OE THE BOAKD OF HEALTH. 



The Board of Health herewith present their report for the year 
ending February 1, 1882. The duties devolving upon this board 
the past year have been numerous and important. An unusually 
large number of complaints regarding the sanitary condition of 
different portions of our town have been received and acted upon. 
In a large number of these complaints the remedy sought was the 
removal of a hog pen, or the cleaning of a vault or cess-pool. 
These complaints have received our attention, and in nearly every 
instance our demands upon the owner of these alleged nuisances 
have resulted in their abatement without cost to the town. The 
condition of a pond-hole near the junction of River and West 
streets, was brought to our notice by the petition of the residents 
of that locality, and the filling and draining there done at our 
direction, will undoubtedly remove all further cause for complaint. 
This has been effected by the expenditure of $127.50. 

SMALL POX. 

As the action of this board with reference to the manner of our 
dealings with the small-pox cases has been freely and publicly 
commented upon, we deem it but just to ourselves to riere state the 
facts relating to these cases, so that our citizens may judge whether 
this board has performed the duties devolving upon it in a manner 
,to be commended, or otherwise. 

On the evening of Sunday, October 9, last, this board was 
notified that Harry Teed, then living with Isaac Woods, in a room 
in rear of the store then occupied by Mr. Bass, in Everett Square, 
was sick with the small-pox. A meeting of this board was held 
the same evening, when it was determined to fit up one of the 
"barracks" in Happy Valley, and remove both Teed and Woods 
thereto. As the patient had no settlement in our town, but was 
chargeable to the State, we notified the State Board of Health. 
Lunacy and Charity of this case, and Monday, October 10, at noon? 



4& 

• * 

Dr. Cummings, in the interest of said State board, came here and, 
on investigation, recommended us to allow the patient to remain 
where he was, assuring us that no danger of the spread of the 
disease would result therefrom. An officer was thereupon stationed 
near by to prevent anyone from entering said building, or the 
inmates from coming out. Owing to the excitement caused by the 
presence of this patient in a building so near the stores in the 
Square, we made arrangements with responsible parties for his 
removal to Happy Valley on Tuesday night, October 11. The 
scene of excitement was now transferred to Keadville, and raged 
to such a degree that the parties who were to remove the patient, 
refused to carry out their contract from fear of the threatened 
violence. We then (October 12) caused the hasty construction 
of a small building, (afterwards known as the pest house) in the 
edge of "Muddy Pond" woods and about 1,000 feet from any other 
building ; and into this building, both Teed and Woods were 
removed Wednesday night. As an example of the opposition with 
which we had to contend, we state that no team could be hired by 
us for this removal, and we were obliged to purchase a vehicle for 
this service ; that we were continually threatened with violence 
if we persisted inj removing these men to the pest house ; that 
the pest house was fired several times after the patients had 
been placed therein ; and that it was with great effort that the 
officers prevented the people from carrying out their designs. 
Woods became sick October 12, and both he and Teed remained 
in this building until their recovery, guarded from without, night 
and day, by officers, from the violence of certain citizens. On 
October 24, Alice Wilmot, a relative of Teed, who visited him 
the day before his disease was known to be small-pox, became sick 
and was removed to the pest house where she died, November 1st. 
We endeavored to make these unfortunates as comfortable as 
possible, and their statements assured us that they were well 
attended. 

When it became evident that the disease was to spread no farther, 
and the threats to burn the building had not abated, we notified 
the Selectmen and engineers of our intention to remove the guard 
and to burn the building, and thus save the town the expense 
attending a calling out of the fire department. The building was 
: fired, by our order, December 14. 



> 41 

The expense attending these three cases was $1,374.74, and the 
expenditure of more than $200 of this amount was made necessary 
by the unreasonable action and demonstrations of some of our own 
citizens. A portion of this expense will be repaid by the State. 

On January 20, Mr. Young, boarding with a family on Mount 
Neponset, became sick with varioloid. We caused a red flag to be 
displayed, and employed a competent nurse for him, allowing the 
patient to remain at his home. He has now recovered. The 
expense attending this case has been paid by Mr. Young. 

Respectfully submitted, 

R, P. MOSELEY, 
JOEL F. GOODWIN, 
EDWARD McKENNA, 

Board of Health. 



EEPOET O IF 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, 

For the Financial Year ending Jan. 31, 1882. 



The Sealer of Weights and Measures has attended to the du- 
ties of his office, as prescribed by law and has received in fees for 
the same $23.28. 

HIRAM W. EAMES, Sealer. 



REPORT OF OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 



During the year ending February 1, 1882, we have rendered aid 
to one hundred and seventy persons. Of this number, six are 
insane paupers fully supported by this town ; three are sane 
paupers and receive full support, and one hundred and sixty-one 
have been aided more or less as their necessities require. 

Twenty-seven (including the six insane) of the one hundred and 
seventy persons aided have a settlement in our town and for their 
support this town alone is responsible. One hundred aud thirty- 
seven have no settlement in this town, and of this last number, one 
hundred and sixteen are chargeable to the Commonwealth, of 
Massachusetts and twenty-one to other cities and towns in said 
Commonwealth. 

We herewith present you a list of the names of persons aided 
with the amount set against their names. 



PARTIAL SUPPORT. 




For aid to Allen, Thomas 


$84 71 


Broderick, Catherine 


9 82 


Balem, Esther . ■ 


33 74 


Beasley, Amanda . . . 


21 00 


Barrett, Ann 


84 23 


Bell, Catherine 


18 00 


Butler, John J. 


4 00 


Butler, Henry 


14 00 


Campbell, Alexander 


22 25 


Caffany, Vernon 


40 


Clark, Joseph 


8 13 


Connell, Lawrence * ■. 


33 38 


Co wen, Margaret . 


21 50 


Collins, Mary A. 


82 80 


Coonts, George P. 


7 00 


Dana, Henry F. " . 


3 00 


Davis, Stephen A. . 


2 00 


Donovan, Mary 


9 62 



44 



For aid to Dempsey,.John 


$2 00 


Eisenhaner, James 


11 00 


Fawe, Alfred 


15 00 


Fleming, Mary 
Gill, John 


1 15 

8 69 


Gallagher, Catherine 


5 55 


Gilligan Mary 

Griffin, Mary 

Gillbutts, Elizabeth A. . 


1 00 
36 67 
61 10' 


Gibbons, Patrick . 


50 00 


Gibbons, Kate 


50 00 


Gahagan, Mathew 


11 25 


Gahagan, Lucy 
Hanson, Win. 


1 50 

2 62 


Howe, Margaret 


20 00 


Kail, S em an thy 


35 23 


Kenney, Bridget 


36 05 


Lovell, Sarah A. children of . 


61 00 


McGlynn, Patrick . 
McGowan, Margaret 


26 00 
23 97 


McConnough, Patrick 


65 


O'Neal, Mary 


1 00 


O'Leary, Mary 
O'Brien, Johanna . 


12 75 
25 


Otis, Newell 


10 00 


Plummer, Emeline 


2 75 


Phillips, John 
Quigley, Catherine 


85 
16 68 


Rooney, Jane 
Rooney, Thomas 
Ratcher, Mary 
Smith, Ada 


15 65 

7 00 

5 50 

12 58 


Smith, Wm 


25 


Sweeney, Ann 
Sweeney, Catherine 
Wells, George H. 


12 00 

21 95 

1 40 


"Welch, Patrick, 1st. 


21 00 


Woods, Isaac 


3 14 

$1,064 76 



45 



FULL SUPPORT. 

For aid to Sarah J. Barrett, (at Taunton 
Insane Asylum) . 

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

Mary Crowley, (at Taunton In- 
sane Asslum) 

Henry W. Hammond, (at Taun- 
ton Insane Asylum 

Rose MeCabe, (at Worcester 
Insane Asylum) 

George W. Halliday, (at. Dan- 
vers Insane Asylum) . 

Paid C. C. Hayes, Town Physician . 
Cash paid out .... 

Repairs to buildings, Happy Valley 
Books and postage ... 

Le°ral advice .... 



$189 53 



178 48 



187 96 



178 43 



174 26 



41 35 



$150 00 


11 


41 


45 


18 


5 


10 


9 


00 



$950 01 



220 69 



SMALL POX. 

Harry Teed, ~j 

Isaac Woods, <( Expenses of . 

Alice Wilmot, j 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation 
Cash from states, cities and towns 
Cash for rents, Happy Valley 



!,700 00 

380 27 

27 00 



1,374 74 



1,610 20 



1,107 27 



JOHN TERRY, 
R P MOSELEY, 
JOEL F. GOODWIN, 

Overseers of Poor 



ASSESSORS' EEPOET. 




EXEMPTED PROPERTY 



May 1, 1881. 


Churches. 


Harvard College. 


Total. 




$112,862 00 


$225 00 


$113,087 00 


ZRJ^TII 


H IPIEIR, $1,000, . . . . 


$16.30. 


May 1. 


Valuation Real Estate. 


Val. Personal Property. 


Total. 


1S80 

issi 


$3,701,850 00 
3,879,225 00 


$421,640 00 
498,891 00 


$4,123,490 00 
4,378,116 00 






$177,375 00 


$77,251 00 


$254,626 00 



JOEL F. GOODWIN, 
R. P. MOSELEY, 
GEORGE SANFORD, 

Assessors of Hyde Park. 



COLLECTOR'S REPOET. 



TOffl OF HYDE PARK II ACCOUNT WITH JOSEPH B. QUIfflBY, COLLECTOR OF TAXES. 



By Uncollected Taxes, as per account current, 

dated February 1, 1881 

Assessed in 1878 

Less abatement 



Interest collected. 



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



Interest collected. 



Assessed in 1880., 

Less abated 

Less uncollected. 



Interest collected 

Collected on School Books. 

Assessed in 1881.. 

Less abated . 

Less uncollected 



Interest collected ■• 

Collected on school books. 



171 25 
49 95 



276 69 
1,277 27 



474 28 
5,469 43 



575 72 
21,152 25 



$121 30 
13 42 



4,119 21 



1,553 96 



2,565 25 
306 38 



18,540 25 



5,943 71 



12,596 54 

636 96 

1 17 



75,123 27 



21,727 97 



53,395 30 
102 14 
15 05 



$134 72 



2,871 63 



13,234 67 



53,512 49 



3,753 51 



JOSEPH B. QUIMBY, 

Collector of Taxes. 



Hyde Park, February 1, 1882. 



48 

TEEASUEEE'S 



HENRY S. BUNTON, TOWN TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT 



DR. 



Cash in the Treasury, February 1, 1881 

AMOUNTS RECEIVED DURING THE YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 188 1 . 

From Treasurer's Notes— Funded Loan 

Treasurer's Notes— Temporary Loan . % . . . 

Premium on Treasurer's Notes 

Joseph B. Quimby, Collector, Taxes for 1878 . 

Joseph B. Quimby, Collector, Taxes lor 1879 

Joseph B. Quimby, Collector, Taxes lor 1880 . 

Joseph B. Quimby, Collector, Taxes lor 1881 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for Corporation Tax 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for National Bank Tax 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for Income Massachusetts School Fund.. 
Treasurer Commonwealth, for Relief of Indigent Soldiers and Sailors 

1878 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for State Aid, 1880 

County Treasurer, dog licenses, 1881 . 

Town Hall building, rents collected 

Fees for sixth class liquor licenses 

Miscellaneous Licenses 

Sale of buildings on Happy Valley Property 

Stoves Sold 

Michael Kiggen for old drain pipe 

Release of Tax Deeds 

Interest on Tax Deeds 

Support of Poor, cash refunded on account of last year's expenditures 
Highways, cash refunded on account of current year's expenditures 
Support of Poor, cash refunded by Commonwealth, cities and towns 

on account of current years expenditures 

Support of Poor, rents collected (Happy Valley) 

Interest on Bank Balances, etc. ...1 



$517 22 

65,000 00 

35,000 00 

658 l!0 

134 72 

2,871 £3 

13,2,34 67 

53,512 49 

1,589 73 

940 98 

242 48 

20 Ofl 

510 00 

365 17 

901 04 

4 00 

7 00 

25 00 

40 00 

1 50 

396 10 

52 16 

SO 

44 84 

372 67 

29 00 

153 48 

176,624 68- 



EEPOET. 



CURRENT WITH THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK. 



CR. 



AMODNTS DISBUKSED: 

On account of Treasurer's Notes, Funded Loan 

Treasurer's Notes, Temporary Loan 

* 

Interest. . 

Schools.. 

Evening Schools 

Income of Massachusetts School Fund...., 

School Incidentals 

Incidental^ . 

•Street Lights 

Highways 

Fire Department 

Purchase of Chemical Engine 

Support of Poor 

Police 

Salaries 

Public Library, Current Expenses 

Public Library, purchase of new books... 

State Tax for 18S1 

County tax for 1S81 

Town Hall, current expenses and repairs. 



Defective Tax Deeds, amounts refunded under Sec. 6, 

Chap. 183, Acts oi 1862 

StateAid 

Liquor Licenses, paid Treasurer Commonwealth one-fourth 

of amount received in 1881 

Sinking Fund, amount of appropriation 

Sinking Fund, unexpended balance of appropriations 



Cash in the Treasury January, January 31, 1S82. 



$65,000 00 

30,000 00 

12.153 48 

20,000 00 

707 90 

1,112 71 

2>4 98 

3,700 00 

1.9S0 90 

8,542 43 

5.000 00 
1,450 00 

3.1 1 67 
1,965 2o 
2,200 00 
1,300 00 

440 30 
5,235 00 
4,249 14 

901 04 

28 81 
546 00 

1 00 

3,000 00 

56 31 

$175 376 90 

1,247 78 

$176,624 6S 



50 
Appropriations and Expenditures for the Current Year. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Appropriation, 



Interest 

School? 

Evening Schools 

School Incidentals 

Incidentals 

Street Lights 

Highways 

Fire Department 

Purchase of Chemical Engine 

Support of Poor 

Police 

Salaries 

Public Library, current expenses. 

Public Library, new books 

State and County Tax 

Sinking Fund 



$12,000 00 
20,000 00 
4it0 00 
2,500 00 
13,700 00 
22,000 00 
38.500 00 
5,000 00 
1,450 00 
2,700 00 
42,000 00 
2,200 00 
1,300 00 
440 30 
9.4S4 14 
3,000 00 



$76,074 44 



Expenditure. 



'12,000 00 
J20,000 00 

2,500 00 
3,700 00 
1.980 90 
■8 497 59 
5,000 00 
1,450 00 
82,700 00 
1,965 20 
2,200 00 
1.300 00 
440 30 
9,484 14 
3,000 00 



3,218 13 



Unexpended. 



$400 00 



019 10 

»2 41 



"34 80 



$456 31 



1 Including $1,200.00 appropriated Ik- town Oct. 24, 1881. 

2 After deducting $1,000.00 transferred by vote of town Oct. 24, 1881. , 

3 Including $1 000.00 transferred from Street Lights, and $500.00 transferred from 

Polios. 
* After deducting $500.00 transferred by vote of town Oct. 24, 1881. 
5 Amount of expenditure, less interest on Treasurer's bank balances. 
Amount of expenditure, lees amount paid from Income Massachusetts School 

Fund. 

7 Amount of expenditure, less cash refunded. 

8 Amount of expenditure less cash refunded and rents collected. 
8 Paid into Sinking Fund. 



TOWN DEBT, JANUARY 31, 1832. 
FUNDED LOAN. 

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 8,1884 30,000 00 

Home Savings Bank, Boston, 

seven per cent, interest, due February 28, 18S4 20,000 00 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) 

four and one-half per cent, interest, due November I,l$90.... 30,000 00 
Commonwealth ot Massachusetts, 

four per cent, interest, due November 1, 1890 50,000 00 

Orange Savings Bank, Orange, 

four per cent, interest, due July 1, 1891 5,000 00 

Town of Arlington, 

four per cent, interest, due July 1, 1891 10,000 00 

City of Cambridge, 

four per cent, interest, due July ], 1S91 5,000 00 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) 

four per cent, interest, due August 1, 1891 20,000 00 

Four notes of five thousand dollars each, 

(sold to Brewster, Basset & Co.) 

four per cent, interest, due November 1, 1891 20,000 00 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) 

four per cent, interest, clue February 1, 1S92 5,000 00 

$207,000 00 

TEMPORARY LOAN. 
Treasurer's Note, 

due November 30, 1882 5,000 00 

Total indebtedness $212,000 00 



HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Town Treasurer 



Hvnv I'aek., February 1, 1882. 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK SINKING FUND. 



COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. 



Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1SS1 ..$63,273 10 

RECEIPTS, VIZ : 

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

From Town of Hyde Park, unexpended balance of appropriations 55 31 

Income from investments 2,994 9S 

$6,051 29 

Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1882 $69, ".24 39 

INVESTED, VIZ : 

Note, Town of Hyde Park, five per cent, interest, 

dated August 15, 1877, Jue 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 

Note, Town of Hyde Park, four per cent, interest, 

dated August 1, 1881, due August, 1, 1S91 20,000 00 

Note, Town of Hy -ePark, lour percent, interest, 

dated February 1, 1S82, due February 1, 1892 5,000 00 

Deposit with New England Trust Company, Boston 2,324 39 

HENRY GREW, 
WILLIAM J. STUART, 
HENRY BLASDALE, 

Commissioners. 
HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Treasurer Sinking Fund. 

Hyde Park, February 1, 1882. 



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 Sinking Fund, Trustees of the Public Library, 
Board of Health, and Overseers of the Poor, and hereby 
certify that the same are correct, and all payments accom- 
panied by proper vouchers. The original bills and pay-rolls 
have been carefully examined to ascertain the correctness of 
the same. 

WILLIAM D. OVERELL, 
GEORGE B. KERR, 
GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, 

Auditors. 



TOWN CLERK'S EEPOET. 



BIRTHS. 

^Number of Births registered in Hyde Park in 1881 220 

Males. . . . - 113 

-Females - - 107 

The parentage of the children is as follows :— 

."Both, parents American . 104 

English - 4 

Irish , 39 

Swedes ... — 2 

Germans — ........ . . 4 

Swiss.. .-- . 3 

'Scotch - . 2 

of British Provinces - 6 

Mixed — One parent American . 38 

Both parents of other nationalities 14 

Birth plaee of parents unknown 4 

Born in January, 21 ; February, 9 ; March, 25 5 April, 15 ; May, 18 ; 
June, 12; July, 25; August., 24; September, 20; October, 15; November, 
14 ; December, 22. 

MARRIAGES. 

Number of intentions of marriage issued in 1881 61 

Number of marriages registered in 1881 62 

••Oldest Groom 47 Youngest Groom 07 

Bride 42 " Bride 16 

:Both parties born in United States 40 

" " Ireland — 5 

" " British Provinces ...... 1 

" " other foreign countries 1 

'Foreign and American." 15 

Married in January, 5 ; February, 3 ; March, 4 ; April, 2 ; May, 5 ; 

«June, 5; July, 3; August, 8; September, 7,; October, 9; November, 4; 

iPec ember, 7. 



54 



The following are the names, ages and residences of the parties 
whose marriages wer«. solemnized in 1881, certificates of which 
have been filed in this office : — 



Date. 



Jan'y 5 

" 13 

" 16 

' '• 22 

Feb'y 16 

" 21 

" 27 

Mar. 1 

" 15 

" 28 

April 12 

" 27 

May 5 

" 14 

" 15 

" IS 

" 29 

June 1 



Names. 



Thomas VV. Frye.. 
Elizabeth Neiter... 



Edward S. Cobb... 
Lotta L. Whitney 

Samuel H. BUhop. 
Carrie D. Smith... 



Thomas Conghlan.. 
Delia Sbaughnesoy. 



Everett W. Campbell. 
Mary E. Morrison,... 



.Tames W. Farwell. 
Marion E. Perry 



Roderick Macdonald. 
Emma J. Price 



Bernard Flannigan. .. 
Margaret A. Dillon... 

Thomas W. Killikeliy. 
Nellie C. I.eary 



Charles F. 3ears ,.. 

Gertrude W. Sampson. 



Seth Henderson.. 
Margaret Mar6iu. 



J. Henry Huntington 
Harriet M. Merriam . 



Henry N. Whitney... 
Ellen L. Thompson. 

Alexander Schwab.. 
Lillian M. Wis wall.. 



.fames Gordon 

Ellen F. Rooney. 

William A. Wood 

Augusta E. Tiffauy... 



Thomas L. Dray 

Johannah E.Kivlin. 



Timothy L.Drury. 
Cecelia Catlin 



William J. Wright. 
Bertha A. Britton.- 



Residence. 



Hyde Park... 



Dedham 

Hyde Park 



Bosf(. n 

Hyde Pa>-k. 



Dedham 

Hyde Park..., 

Eastport, Me.., 
Halifax, N.S... 

Hyd« Park.... 



Boston . 

Hyde Park .. 



John A. Carpenter. 
Elzabeth .Moore. .. 



Boston 

Hyde Park. 



Brooklyn, N.Y 
Hyde Paik.... 



Walpole 

Hyde Park. . . 

Boston 

Hyde Park.... 
Boston 



By whom Married. 



Rev. R. J. Biiny.. 
Rev. W. N. Riciiardsoat 
Rev. D. C. Eddy. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. P.B. Davis. 

Rev. W. C. Williams.. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 

Rev. P. M. Mftcdbnald'. 
Rov. E. A. Read. 
Rev. P. B, Davis. 

Rev. Z. A. Mudge, 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. W.N.Richai'dsor; 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. D. T. Taylor. 
Kiev. Theron Brown.. 
Rev. A. J. Rich. 



Registry of Marriages in 1881 — {Continued.) 



Date; 


NAMES; 


Residence. 


o 

24 
23 

36 
36 

26 
29 

23 
23 

35 

22 

21 

18 

29 

30 

32 
33 

25 
21 

38 
27 

38 
25 

26 
20 

28 
27 

36 
36 

•22 

19 

29 
23 

23 
21 

37 
23 

21 
17 

31 

27 

25 

IS 


,§£0® 


By whom Married 


June 


8 

15 

15 

16 

14 

14 

3 

4 

6 

7 

9 

12 

13 

15 

16 

1 

6 

8 

8 

14 

15 




Hyde Park.... 
Hyde Park.... 

Hyde Park.... 

Pawtucket,R.t 
Hyde Park.... 

Milton 

Hyde Part 

Sonierville. ... 

Hyde Park...* 

Hyde Park 

Hyde Park.... 

Hyde Park.'. . . 

Chipman, N B. 
Hyde Park. .. 

Mansfield.. .. 
Hyde Park.... 


1st 

2d 
1st 

4th 
2d 

1st 

2d 

1st 

2d 

1st 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 








!■ 


Henry P. Bussey 


Rev. A. J. Rich. 
Rev. Chas. Arey. 


July 


Edith M. Woodworth 

William Shedd 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Thomas Savage, Esq. 
Henry B. Terry, Esq. 
Rev, C. H. Spalding. 
Rev. D. J. Power. 
Rev. O. T. Walker. 
Rev. W. X. Richardson 


Aug. 


George A. Cooper . . 


„ 




Rev. James Reed. 






u 




Henry S. T5unton,Esq. 






<< 




Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. R. T. Rarry. 
Rev. Amos Webster. 
Rev. W. P. Anderson. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. T. M. Preble. 


" 




Sept. 




«( 




" 




Rev. A. J. Rich. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 






" 


George A. Ingersoll ... 

Jennie R. Walmsley 


Rev. A. J. Rich. 



56 



Registry of Marriages in 1881 — ( Continued.) 



Date. 


Names. 


Residence. 


6 
< 


E-g-e 


By whom Married. 


Sept. 


15 
9 
10 
15 
12 
19 
19 
23 
23 
24 
2 

23 
23 
24 
1 
8 
15 
17 
22 
29 
31 




Hyde Park.... 

Norwich, Ct... 
Hyde Park.... 

Portland, Me.. 
Deering»Me... 

Hyde Park 

Quincy .. 

Boston 

Hyde Park 

Hyde Park.... 
<& 

Hyde Park.... 

" {N.S 
Rockingham, 

Hyde Park.... 

Pswtucket,R.I. 
Hyde Park — 


41 

33 

28 
26 

23 
24 

23 

23 

22 

20 

23 

22 

25 
19 

29 
26 

25 
24 

41 

38 

24 
24 

23 

23 

24 
24 

42 
42 

21 

20 

25 

21 

24 
21 

25 
27 

21 
19 

24 
21 

38 

25 


2d 

1st 

2d 

1st 

2d 
1st. 








Oct. 




Rev. R. J. Barry. 






„ 












,, 












" 


Eben Henry Richardson... 


Rev. E. Edmunds. 


tl 






u 




Rev. W. W. Downs. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 






(I 










Edmund Davis, Esq. 






Sov 


William B. Russell 


Rev. G S. Bennett. 




HattieM. Wigley 


Rev. W.N. Richardson 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 










Rev. A. J. Rich. 
















Rev. P. B, Davis. 

it LI 


<• 


Helen F. Frye. 


„ 


Charles F. Clapp 


(€ 














" 


William C. Bram well 


Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. P B. Davis. . 



57 



DEATHS. 

Number of deaths in Hyde Park in 1881 132 

Males 67 Females 65 

Boru in the United States 99 

" England 5 

" Ireland 18 

" Sweden 1 

" British Provinces 8 

" Western Islands 1 



AGES. 

Stillborn 5 

Under one year 28 

Between land 5 years 14 

" 5 and 10 years. 8 

10 and 20 years .• 9 

" 20 and 30 years 13 

" 30 and 40 years 17 

" 40 and 50 years 6 

" 50 and 60 years 8 

" 60 and 70 years 11 

'< 70 and 80 years - 10 

'* 80 and 90 years 3 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



Accident . 4 

Consumption, pneumonia or 

other lung diseases 35 

Cholera infantum, or other bow- 
el diseases 15 

Diphtheria 9 

Throat diseases (other than 

diphtheria.) 3 

Heart disease 3 



Scarlet fever 3 

Typhoid fever 7 

Paralysis and apoplexy 12 

Brain diseases 1 

Small-pox 5 

Stillborn 5 

Old aye.... 2 

Various other diseases 28 



58 

The following are the names of those who- died in Hyde Park 
during the year 1881 : — 



DATE. 


Jan. 


2 


" 


5 


" 


8 


" 


14 


" 


20 


" 


24 


" 


27 


" 


28 


" 


30 


Feb. 


3 


" 


4 


" 


8 


" 


11 


" 


11 


•' 


12 


" 


12 


" 


15 


" 


17 


" 


20 


" 


20 


March 4 


" 


4 


" 


7 


" 


7 


" 


8 


" 


9 


" 


10 


" 


25 


" 


25 


" 


27 


" 


31 


April 


4 


" 


8 


" 


10 


" 


11 


" 


20 


" 


24 


May 


1 


" 


4 


" 


10 


" 


16 


" 


19 


" 


22 


" 


23 


" 


20 


" 


31 


June 


7 


<• 


13 


" 


15 


" 


17 


" 


17 


" 


19 


" 


24 


July 


2 


■ " 


(i 


" 


9 


■' 


9 


" 


25 


" 


20 




30 



Fannie S. Lincoln 

William Kclley 

Cornelius Shea 

Frank C. Sweet 

Ethel Maud Farnsworth. 

Annetta Cran 

Elsie M. Sherman 

Agnes Rose.. 

Mary F. Wheeler 

John Murray 

Anna M. Norling 

Harland E. Brewer 

Alfred Fowe 

Edward Wescott 

George W.Lamson, Jr.. 

Bernize L. Beasl.ey 

Catherine L. Bell 

Helen J, White 

Michael Riley 

Patrick Welch 

Sophia E. Sweet 

Peter MoDonough 

Carrie L. Morse 

Bridget Sheean 

Mary Wallace 

Bernard F. Trainor 

William A. Buchan...... 

Thomas O'Brien 

Ann Milan 

Michael Milan 

Patrick McGlynn 

Anna F. Sumner 

Ellen Fitzgerald 

Mary Jane Fan-en 

Anna Stead ■ 

Sarah M. Brown 

Feehan 

Joshua F. Pray 

Phebe W. Connor 

Albeit K. Luce 

James Bryant 

Ralph A. Gardner 

Joseph H. W. lioogs 

Harriet A. Everett 

Lucius Tilden 

William F. Prushia 

James Grant 

Shedd 

Loujsa Rausch 

Leonard W. Mertell 

Bates 

Foley.....' 

Clara Bramwell — 

Lillian E. Smith 

Marj J. Dunn 

George C. Wood 

Lenfest 

Mercie S. Eldredge 

John W. Arey 

Mary T. Hawks . . . . 



V. M. D 



3 11 

1-7 
2 | 5 
5 I 12 



CAUSE OF DEATH; 



Angina Pectoris. 

Pneumonia. 

Old age.- 

Phthi.sis Pulmonalis. 

Congestion of the Lungs. 

Convulsions. 

Capillary Bronchitis. 

Phthisis Pulmonalis. 

Pner mania. 

Heart Disease. 

Scarlet Fever. 

Pneumonia. 

Marasmus^ 

R. R. Accident. 

Disease of Brain.' 

Consumption. 

Disease of Brain. 

Epilepsy. 

Paralysis. 

Phthisis. 

Peritonitis. 

Diphtheria. 

Phthisis. 

Consumption. 

Whooping Cough. 

Typhoid Fever. 

Consumption. 

Anemia. 

Consumption. 

Chronic Bronchitis. 

Consumption. 

Diphtheria. 

Paralysis. 

Pneumonia. 

Stillborn. 

Gangrene of Lungs. 

Chronic Bronchitis. 

Sunstroke. 

Pneumonia. 

Scrofula. 

Bronchial Phthisis. 

Cancer. 

Di.arhcea. 

Consumption. 

Stillborn. 
Pneumonia. 
Paralvsis. 
Stillborn. 

Peritonitis. 

Pneumonia. 

Tubercular Meningitis. 

Bowel Disease. 

Stillborn. 

Cancer. 

Congestion of Lungs. 

Suicide. 



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Deaths — (Continued.) 



Aug. 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Bridget Concaunon 

Ellen Feehsui 

Joseph VVhittaker. 

Asa R. Thompson 

Everline Brown 

Herbert B. Lowell 

Alice M. Whipple 

Agnes McDuiiough 

John Scrivens 

Lena F. Skinner 

Christiana O. Winshman. 

Ella M.Gardner 

Albert E. Bryant 

Edward F. Moore 

H arry S. Farrie 

Ester E. Wetraore 

Frankl'in Stone 

Helen F. Hnnf. 

Joseph J. Thacker 

Lawrence Connell... 

Lester L. Farrington 

Mary A. Sheehan 

Clarissa Hoi lis 

Thomas Wallace 

James Wallace 

Georgianna Peare 

Ralph Irving Hale. 

Mary McGowan 

George W. Bartlett 

Robert McClern 

Alfred Walker 

Robert D. Barritt 

Bridget McCarty 

Ernest Purshe .« 

Samuel Wood 

Elie Poirrir 

Susan A. Beardsley 

Caroline M.Page 

Louisa A. Miller.... 

Bridget Gallagher 

Ruth M. Lewis 

Alice Wilmot. 

John G Williams 

Rhoda Mi Boynton 

Carrie E.Campbell 

Harriet N. Cummings 

William Quealy 

Henry M. Bowen 

Eliza M.Townsend 

Katie Fox 

Ethel Haskell 

Alexander Campbell 

Mary A. Coupe 

Rodolphus H. Fillebrown 

Robert W. Bass 

Eloise M. Fiske .... 

Nellie E.Stevens 

S. KllaGilpatric 

Catherine May 

Stephen May 



AGES 




Y. 


M. 


D. 


51 






— 


9 


14 


— 


4 

7 
2 


22 





12 


1 


1 


2 


— 


6 


21 


— 


2 


10 


25 


2 


'22 


— 


10 


21 


— 


— 


13 


26 


5 


5 


— 


1 


13 


ai 





_ 


8 


6 


21 


— 


. — 


12 


72 


9 

1 
8 


15 





12 


75 








— 


5 


15 


2 


10 


9 


68 


2 


6 


8 


5 


1 


4 


4 


1 


8 


5 


3 


7 


6 


10 


— 


B 


20 


55 


10 


3 


37 








26 


1 


1 


— 


2 


25 


45 








— 





22 


83 


7 


1 


1 


10 


o 


'a 


11 


1 


64 


6 


2 


3 





18 


54 








31 


9 


21 


%i 


8 


— 


65 


11 


11 


61 





10 


11 


2 


29 


54 





26 


1 


1 


23 


58 


3 


21 


42 


8 


20 


26 


5 





18 


a 





19 








4 


6 


1 


79 


8 


20 


8 


3 


21 


32 


5 


11 


12 


3 


— 


31 


10 


24 


30 





— 


— 


— 


IK 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Cholera Morbus. 
Meningitis. 
Cholera Infantum. 

Dysentery. 
Cholera Infantum. 
Marasmus. 
Cholera Infantum. 
Cerebro Spinal Meningitis, 
Cholera Infantum. 

Typhoid Pneumonia. 

Cholera Infantum; 

Consumption. 

Peritonitis. 

Cholera Infantum. 

Apoplexy. 

Cholera infantum. 

Inflammation of Brain, 

Paralysis. 

Convulsions. 

Cholera Infantum. 

Paralysis. 

Diphtheria. 

Broncho Pneumonia. 
Membranous Croup. 
Cholera Infantum. 
Typhoid Fever. 
R. R. Accident. 

Purpera Hemorrhegica. 
Consumption. 
Acephalus. 
Pleuritis. 

Accidental Scalding, 
Paralysis- 
Heart Disease. 
Brain Disease. 
Pneumonia. 
Consumption. 
Small-pox. 
Paralysis. 

Apoplexy. 
Erysipelas, 
niarasmus. 
Chronic Cystitis. 
Cancer. 
Typhoid Fever. 



Diphtheritic Blood Poiaoninj 

Paralysis. 

Diphtheria. 

Pneumonia. 

Typhoid Fever. 

Paralysis. 

Child Birth. 

Premature Birth. 



60 



Deaths — ( Continued. ) 



Dec. 10 

15 

17 
17 
19 

21 
19 

24 
24 
2b 
28 
30 



Alice McCormick 

Nina Pickerill 

James Mav 

Franklin D. Bullard... 

William E. Bryant 

James H. McCormick.. 

Paul S. Hoogs 

William Sturtevant.... 
Oliver D. Stimpson ... 
John A. J. McCormick 

Bertrand C. Glover 

John May 



AGES 




Y- 


M. 


D. 




6 


3 


— 


— 


y, 


— 


— 


10 


'28 


10 


24 


35 








3 


3 


6 


15 


5 


12 


79 


3 


4 


33 


2 


1 


4 


9 


7 


6 


11 


5 


— 


— 


23 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Pneumonia. 
Asphyxia. 
Premature Birth. 
Anemia of'thS Brain. 
Brifrht's Disease. 
Diphtheria. 
Scarlet Fever. 
Old Age. 
Tvphoid Fever. 
Diphtheria. 

Premature Birth. 



The Town Clerk requests information of any omission or error 
in the above tables, in order that the registration may be as com- 
plete as possible. 

• Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY B. TERRY, 

Toivn Clerk. 



TIE TENTH ANNEAL REPORT 



O IF T BE IE 



HYDE PARK LIBRARY BOARD. 



In presenting this report, it will be necessary to go more 
into detail than usual, for we had a larger appropriation, and 
have done much more work than in past years. We, as 
custodians, wish to have all our work and actions known and 
criticised, approved or condemned, according to their merit. 

In the last report, we gave particulars in regard to the 
Catalogue. The manuscript was in the hands of the printer, 
and for the amount of work done, progress had been quite 
satisfactory. But in a note at the bottom of the page it was 
stated that the printing establishment was burned with some 
damage to the work already done, which fact was learned 
after the report was written. It was with a feeling of real 
sorrow that we then realized that the postponement of the 
much needed, and wished for Catalogue was inevitable. Some 



62 

time elapsed before the firm affected a settlement with the 
insurance companies. But they assured us many times that 
the work should be put through at once, even at a loss to 
them. After the contract for printing was made and just 
before the fire, the firm was dissolved, the retiring member 
being the one with whom the contract had been made. We 
felt as though he wished to do everything he could, and cer- 
tainly made many promises that there should be no delay in the 
work, if in any way he could prevent it. At the same time 
no perceptible progress was made. We learned that there 
was some unpleasant feeling among the members of the late 
firm, and also against the board in the new firm, For these 
reasons it was necessary to get nearer the parties we had to 
do with. A committee of one was appointed by the board 
to carry the job through at a stated time and cost, he first 
assuring, and then convincing, a majority of his ability to do 
so, and it certainly would have been done but for the extra 
work that was added. The earnestness, labor and money 
he put into the work was commendable, and appreciated by 
every member of the board. The Catalogue was at last 
ready for distribution, and so far as we know it has been 
very satisfactory. 

Several improvements and additions have been made 
during the year, for the comfort and convenience of the 
patrons, who appreciate its privileges more and more as time 
passes. 

The library is outgrowing the rooms which it occupies, and 
at the expiration of the lease some change will be necessary, 
and we trust that its growth in usefulness has exceeded its 
growth in number of books udou its shelves, so that no 
person should gay aught against providing a suitable building 
for its needed wants. 

New books have been added to the library, and nearly all 
have been placed on the shelves and are in circulation, It 
is only necessary to compare the statistics of this, with the 
last report to see its healthy growth and condition. 



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



John A. Boyle 
B. C. Vose, pamphlets 
American Unitarian Association 
Henry 8. Bunton 
Providence Public Library 
A. E. Giles 
Macculler & Parker 
Rogers Free Library 
Appleton & Co. . : 

D. S. Taylor . 
Mrs. Maria Elwell . 
Public Documents 



brarj 



40 books and pamphlets 

3 volumes after bound 
15 

1 
1 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
5 

4 pamphlets 



Number of books belonging to li 

" "' " given out during the year 

" " " returned 
" " new cards issued 
" Books added this year 

Amount received from fines 

On behalf of the Board of Trustees, 



6,625 
19,529 
18,944 

407 
475 

$45 07 



EDWIN C. ALDEICH, 

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 day 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. 

RULES 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 "Cushing's Manual," 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. 



06 

financial yeah. 
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. 

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. 

8. — 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 
of 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 they 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. 



67 

4. — Before certifying to the collector's accounts, they shall examine 
bis 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 financial year, 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 
and bark. 

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

8. — 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 shali 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 enforce 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. 



68 

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. 



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

JUNE 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 
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 the articles therein 
mentioned, and shall revoke the same on reasonable proof of any 
violation thereof. 



69 

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 fine 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 eonstable shall, 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 having 
Jurisdiction. 

REFEAL OF OLD BY-LAWS. 

All former by-laws of the town are repealed on approval of these 
f)y-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 by the superior court within and for the County of 
Norfolk. 

Attcsfc "° * 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



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

ERASTUS WORTHINGTON, Clerk, 
A brae copy. Attest : 

ERASTUS WORTHINGTON, Clerk. 



70 

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

UNEXPENDED APPROPRIATIONS, 

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

"Any unexpended balance of the regular ami ual 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 o^ 
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 
smoothly 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 fou-r feet above the roof of the- 
building to which they belong. The brick topping out of chimneys- 
shall not have more tftan 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 shalt' 
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 Vje 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 twelve in- 



71 

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 in 
•thickness and extending through the partition. 

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 the 
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- 

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 
toy a fine not exceeding fifty dollars, to be recovered by a complaint 



72 

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. 

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. 



EESIDENT TAX-PAYEES. 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


A 

Aborn, Henry T. ...... 








Adler, Leonard 














14 67 




Adler, George H. 














6 52 




Alderman, M. P. 












52 16 






Alderman, Lucy A. 












52 97 






Aldrich, E. C. . 












59 09 






Aldrich.P. W. 












31 79 




$31 79 


Alden, C. L. & Co. 














16 30 




Alexander, Martha 














8 15 




Allen, AbbieF. 












90 87 




90 78 


Allen, Charlotte M. . 












10 60 






Allen, C. F. 












214 34 


9 78 




Allen, Francis S. 












109 21 






Allen, Orville . 












55 42 






Allen, Zenas . . 












49 71 






Anderson, Lydia 












42 38 






Arnold, Isaiah F., heirs of 












54 60 






Arnold & Hibbard 












30 16 




30 16 


Arentzen, Christiana . 












28 12 






Arey, Mrs. John W. . 












38 31 






Atkinson, Robert 












33 42 




33 42 


Ayer, George, heirs of 










16 30 






B 

Badger, Susan C. ..... . 


118 99 




118 99 


Bailey, A. E. & Co. . 














13 04 


13 04 


Bailey, Annie E. . . 












50 52 


2 44 


52 97 


Balkam, S. B. . 












102 69 


109 21 




Balkam, Henry E. 














24 45 


24 45 


Balcom, D.O. 












35 86 






Bapti9t Church Society 












76 21 




76 21 


Barrows, Harriett M. 












30 16 




30 16 


Barrett, Hannah 












6 52 






Barritt, William H. 














4 89 




Barry, Michael 












19 56 






Barry, R. J. 














4 89 


4 89 


Bar dan, Michael 














49 




Barker, James H. 












26 08 




26 08 


Barnard, L. H. . 














81 




B.irtlett, Elizabeth E. . 












27 71 




27 71 


Bartlett, Hannah S. 












28 51 






Bachelder, Lizzie B. . 












237 98 


49 




Bates, Annie . , 












31 79 






Bates, J. C. 












72 53 






Bean, J. W. 












22 82 


8 64 


31 46 


Beatey, John . 














49 


49 


Bell, Catherine 












13 04 






Bennett, Alfred W. . 












27 71 






Bennett, John 












26 08 






Berry, Nathaniel F. 












35 05 




35 05 


Bickford, L. B. 












79 87 






Bidwell, L. B. . 












86 39 


7 33 




Billings, W. W. 














49 


49 


Blackmer, Seth M. 












73 35 


3 91 


77 26 


Blake & Barnes 












11 41 






Blake, Enoch E. 














3 26 




Blake, Ruth S. 












97 80 


49 




Blanchard, Richard, heirs of 












106 76 




106 76 


Bla9dale, Henry 












91 28 


8 15 




Bleakie, Robert & Co. . . 














414 02 




Ble'akie, Robert, Trustee, 












104 32 






Bleakie, Robert 












. 1446 63 


410 76 





74 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 





NAMES. 










Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Bleakie, Margaret F. ^^H 


$107 58 


$8 15 




Blodgett, s. P. 












8 15 




$8 15 


Bloom, lulius H 














37 49 






Bond,. John 11. 














14 67 




14 67 


Bodwell, Nathaniel 














50 m 




50 53 


Bonney, Susan 








* 






40 75 






Bowen, Patience 














35 S6 




35 86 


Bowen, Sarah 














32 60 




32 60 


Boyd, Francis 














92 91 


3 26 


96 17 


Boyd, Fred. W. 
















4 08 




Boynton, Francis 














42 38 


18 3t 




Boy n ton & Rogers 














51 34 






Boyle, Nettie D. 














27 71 






Brackett, John S. 














22 82 






Brady, John 














18 74 




18 74 


Braeran, Thomas P. 














43 20 


49 




Bragdon, Julia A. 














28 52 






Brainard, Amos H. 














123 88 


49 




Bramwell, W. C. 














70 90 


179 30 




Brannon, Patrick 














26 89 


1 f3 




Bridgman, Alfred F. 














63 57 


32 6(i 


96 17 


Brigham,F. D. 
















17 93 




Brock, Eliza M. 














37 49 






Brooks, John L. 














4 08 






Brooks Addie H. 














40 75 




40 75 


Brooks, Alfred L. 














42 38 






Brostrom, Andrew J. 














32 60 






Brown, B. J. , 














44 01 






Brown, I. J. 














431 67 


I 63 




Brown, James R. 














21 19 


98 


22 17 


Brown, James N. 
















2 44 


2 44 


Brown, Rosanna A. 














6 52 






Bryant, Helen . 














39 12 






Bryant, W. C. 














6 52 






Bryant, Nancy A. 














22 DO 






Buchan, Thomas 














1 63 






Billiard, Isaac 














47 27 






Buliard, John N. 








■ ♦ 








27 71 




Bullard, William, heirs of 












350 4 r » 






Billiard, William A., heirs o 


F 










48 09 






Bunker. S. S. . 












35 S6 




35 86 


Bunton, Henry S. 












53 79 






Bunton, Henry S., Trustee 












187 45 






Burger, Antoine 












33 42 


2 93 


36 35 


Burke, John 












1 63 






Burke, Patrick 












8 15 




8 15 


Burke, Thomas, 1st 












10 60 






Burke, Thomas, 2d 












6 52 






Burnett, Marshall 












34 23 






Burns, Dennis 












37 49 






Burns, D. D. 












31 79 


1 63 




Burns, Timothy 












9 78 






Bussey, Charlotte A. . 












38 31 




33 31 


Bussey, H. P. . 












1 63 




1 63 


Buzzell, Mattie G. 












29 34 






Butler, Harriet P. W. . . . ■ 








65 20 






Butler, George H., heirs of . 








1 63 






C 

Cable, Hobert M. ..... . 


177 67 






Caduc, E. E. . . 












270 58 




Caffin, F- H. . . . - 










S7 20 




87 20 


Caldwell, J. A. 










83 94 




83 94 


Calkins, William A. 










35 86 




35 86 


Campbell, Josiah, heirs of 










10 30 






Concannon, Patrick . . . 






17 11 






Camion, Michael . . . ■ 






S 97 




8 97 



75 



Resident Tay-Payers' — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Carberg, Frances G. . ImIShS 


$26 OS 






Gary, Harrison 












8 97 




8 97 


Carlton, W. F . 












19 56 






Carter, A. F. 












27 71 






Carter, J. B. . . 














$21 19 




Case, Samuel T. 












27 71 






Case, W. J. 












67 64 






Case, Eliza L. . . 














9 78 




Chapman, Lucy A. 












179 30 






Chapin, Mrs. A. 












81 50 






Chamberlain, H. C. . 












53 79 


24 45 


78 24 


Chamberlain, Thomas 












39 93 






Chandler, Edward J. 












8 97 




S 97 


Chase, Francis A. 












30 97 


2 44 




Cherrington, R. E. 












39 94 






Cnesley, S. A. . 












37 49 






Chipman, Benjamin . 












22 82 




22 82 


Choate, W. P. . 












94 54 


4 89 




Churchill, E. S. . 












1 63 






Cilley, Jonathan L. 












24 45 






Clapp, Charles F. 












29 34 






• Jlai'ke, Joseph Q. ' . 












44 01 






Clarke, L. C. . 












4 08 




4 08 


Clark, Mary, 1st. 












22 82 






Clark, Sarah A. 














27 14 




Claik, Mrs. S. S. 












54 60 


3 26 


57 SS 


Clarke, Marcus, heirs of 












49 71 


48 90 




Clark, Mary, 2d 














32 00 




Clary, Mary 












29 34 


1 63 




Coan, E. N. & Co. 














44 S3 


44 S3 


Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr. 












114 30 


32 60 




Cobb, Mrs. J. L. 














24 45 


24 45 


Cochran, Adelaide L. . 












39 12 




39 12 


Cochran, Mary J. 












32 60 




32. 60. 


Coffin, Sarah A. 














8 15 




coggswell, Luella 












29 34 






Coggswell, W. S. 














2 44 




Colby, C. H. 












76 61 






Colby, Frank M. 














21 19 




Coleman, E. J. 












4 89 


2 12 


7 or 


Coleman, Elizabeth S. 












24 45 ' 




24 45 


Collins, Edward W. . 












52 97 






Collins, Jeremiah 














1 63 


1 63 


Condon, James 












48 90 


2 12 




Congregational Society, 1st 












67 64 






(Ionian, P. S. 












32 60 




32 60 


Connolly, Michael L., heirs <j 


f '. 










8 15 




8 15 


Connolly, Michael 












42 38 






Connolly, Stephen 












16 30 






Conroy, Patrick, 1st . 












4 89 






Connor, Barney 














1 63 


1 63 


Cook, Sarah C. 












16 71 




16 71 


Cook, C. W. 












17 93 






Cook, Emilv A. 












32 60 




32 60' 


Cook, Jacob 












52 16 






Cooper, Margaret 












32 60 




32 60 


Corbett, Ellen E. 












26 08 




26 OS 


Corbett, Jeremiah 












4 78 


2 12 


11 90 


Corrigan, Mrs. John . 












21 19 


3 75 


24 94 


Corrigan, Thomas 














8 64 


8 64 


Corrigan, Rose 












4 89 




4 S9 


Corson, Reuben 












73 35 


45 64 


• 118 99> 


Cotter, John 














4 56 




Cottelle, Nathan T. 














4 08 




Cottelle, Sophia W. . 












57 86 


3 28 


6] 12 


Coveney, Charles J. . 




' 


' 


4 S9 







76 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Heal 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Coveney, Augusta E. ..... 


$31 79 






Cowan, W. C. & Matilda 












37 49 






Cox, John 














$4 89 


$4 89 


Crummet, C. H. 














104 32 


4 89 


109 21 


Grumpier, Arthur 














11 41 






Cnrley, Sabina 














17 93 


1 63 


19 56 


Curtis, Jason L. 














48 09 




50 09 


D 

Damon, Roscoe . . 


21 19 






Darling, Mary A. 














45 64 






Davis, Alonzo 














44 01 






Davis, David L. 














151 59 


114 10 




Davenport, C. E. 














13 04 


13 04 


26 08 


Dean, Ellen C. 














68 46 




68 46 


Dee, Dennis, heirs of 














26 90 






De'Entremont, Miss 














35 86 






Dolan, Patrick 




, 










8 97 




8 97 


Dolaii, Thomas 














28 51 


49 


29 00 


Donahue, John 














7 34 


1 23 




Donlan, Malachi 














48 09 


7 33 


55 42 


Downes, G. S. 














24 45 






Downey, John 














18 74 


2 61 


21 35 


Downey, Michael 














26 81 






Downing, Alfred 














116 54 


61 94 




Downing, Belinda 
















78 24 




Downing, Elizabeth C 














44 01 






Dunn, J. P. 














8 15 




8 15 


Dunn, William, Jr. 














61 91 






Durell, J. M. 














76 61 






Dyer, Quincy 














48 m 


24 45 




Dyer William 














51 60 


6 31 


i 


E 

Easterwood, Isabella ...... 


14 67 






Edenberg, John 














31 38 


11 41 




Edwards, C L. 
















4 08 


4 08 


Edwards, Elinor J. 














70 09 




70 09 


Edwards, Lovey L. 














75 79 






Ellis, J. D. 














61 91 






Emery. J- P- 














47 27 


3 42 




Ennekine, John J. 














53 79 






Estes, G7F. 














118 17 


4 89 


123 06 


Esty,JaneE. . 














4 89 




4 89 


Eustis, Maria A. 














91 28 






Evans, Joseph , 
















1 23 


1 23 


Evans, Thomas C. 














114 10 


74 02 




Everett, W. S. 














84 76 


6 52 




Ewins, 1 Alexander 














66 83 






Fairbairn, Wm. U. ..... 


55 42 


2 44 




Fairbairn, Draxana 












35 86 






Fairbanks, Caroline N. 




- 








46 46 






Fall, James B. 














15 08 


15 OS 


Fallon, Bridget 












9 78 


49 


10 27 


Fallon, Peter 












18 74 




18 74 


Fallon, Peter & Michael 














16 30 


16 30 


Farnsworth, C. L. 












94 54 


37 49 


132 03 


Farrington, G. E. 














4 89 




Farrington, J. B., heirs of 












72 58 






Faunce, Josephine 












9 78 


13 04 




Faunce, Thomas E. 












36 27 






Feehan, Patrick . 














1 63 




Fellows, G. M. 












48 90 






Fennell, William 












22 82 







77 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



Female], George M. 
Field, Thomas G. 
Fife, James 
Fisher, Andrew 
Fisher, Sophia 
Fieher, Daniel C. 
Fiske, Andrew J. 
Fiske, Mrs. Elvina A. 
Fiske, H. C. 
Fiske, Mary 
Flarity, Roger 
Fitton.Lucy B. 
Forbes, John 
Foss, C. D. 
Foster, Alice G. 
Foster, Andrew 
Foster, Alfred 
Foote, Charles P. 
Foote, Charlotte S. 
Frampton. Robert L. 
Frame, John 
French, Caroline A. 
French, L. J. & Co., 
Fowler, Frances A.. 
Frost, Fannie M. 
Frost, George W. 
Frye. Jane E. 



G 



Galligan, John, heirs of 

Galligan, Andrew 

Galligan, Matthew 

Galligan, Mary A. 

Gardner, C. E. 

Gardner, Rhoda R. 

Gately, Ellen 

Gay, Richard L. 

George, Hawley M. 

Gerald, F. L. 

Giles, A. E. 

Giles, Henry 

Giles, Mrs. Susannah R. H. 

Gill, John 

Gilmartin, Patrick 

Gilman Charles H. 

Gil son, John 

Gilson, Saiah 

Gilson, W. W. 

Goodwin, Emeline N. 

Goodspeed, Mary M. 

Goodspeed, Mary M., trustee 

Gordon, Mary D. 

Goimley, William 

Goss, Daniel J. 

Goss, Eliza L. 

Gould, H. H., heirs of 

Graham, Frank C. 

Grant, Peter 

Gray, O. T. 

Greeley, John H. 

Greeley, Lima C. 

Greenwood, Elihu, heirs of 

Greenwood, Frank 

Greenwood, Phcebe H 

Green, Louisa A, 

Gregg, ClaikC. 

Grew Henry, 



Real 

Estate. 



13 
3 

44 
51 
22 

103 
46 
5 
34 
27 
32 
55 
22 

222 

54 
55 
74 
35 

34 
34 

8 
34 



27 71 

27 71 



21 19 



25 26 

42 38 
24 45 
57 05 
260 80 
40 75 



42 38 
4 89 

34 23 

35 86 



32 60 

60 31 
65 20 
40 75 

25 57 

81 91 

42 38 

30 97 

205 38 

6 52 

20 37 

28 52 

37 49 

1279 55 



Per- 
sonal. 


$16 30 
10 19 
39 12 


13 04 
1 47 


98 


3 58 

4 89 


11 41 


46 46 


10 60 


2 44 

3 26 


5 71 
27 71 


32 57 

98 

2 93 

1 63 

5 30 


13 04 
32 60 


49 
3 26 


19 56 
• 2 12 


83 62 


130 07 



Unpaid. 



$29 34 
20 16 



22 82 
13 04 



34 23 
32 60 



66 83 
35 86 



34 23 

8 15 



22 88 



2 44 

3 26 



62 :6 



1 63 
47 68 

4 89 
34 23 



63 57 
65 10 



81 91 



100 00 



Resident Tax-Payers— (Continued,) 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaidi 


Grew, Henry S. ...... 




$260 80 




Gridley, G. Fred. . ... 








8 15 


$8 15 


Gridley, Susan P. 






$52 97 






Griffin, Fanny M. . . . 






43 20 




43 20 


Griffin & Sullivan .... 








4 89 


4 89 


H 








Habberly, Martha A. . HSHHHHKH 


51 34 




51 34 


Halden, John 














75 79 






Hale, Allied, heirs of . 














53 79 






Halden, Mrs. S. C. 














44 (Jl 






Haley, Charles 














218 42 


2 44 




Haley, Elizabeth A. 














109 21 






Hall, Augusta 














120 62 






Hall, Mary E. 














17 93 




17 93 


Hamblin, J. G. 














133 66 




133 66 


Hanchett, George W. 












44 01 






Hanscom, George VV. 














2 45 


2 45 


Hardy, B. H., trustee 












110 03 






Hardy, Elizabeth 












3 26 


5 87 


, 9 13 


Harlow, Philander 












58 68 






Harmon, Benjamin 












22 01 


2 44 


24 45 


Haskell, Maria 












36 68 






Haskell, B. B. 
















3 26 




Haskell, Gideon H. 














80 69 


8 15 




Hassom, Rosa P. 














52 16 


2 45 




Hatch, Freeman 














39 12 






Hathaway, E. S. 














44 01 


8 15 




Hatlinger, J. J. 














3 26 






Haven, George E. 














49 71 






Hawes, W. L. 














26 08 






Hayes, C. C. 














51 34 






Hayward, E. S. 














117 36 






Haseltiue, David, heirs 


of 












37 49 






Hebard, Nathaniel 














91 28 


49 


91 77 


Hedge, Elizabeth 














81 50 






Henderson, Mary 














4 S>9 






Hersey, Francis D. 














26 OS 




26 08 


Heustis, C. P. 














81 50 






Heydecker, Louis 














30 16 






Hickey, E. J. 














60 31 






Higgins, David 














84 76 


49 


85 25 


Higgins, Henry M. 














174 41 


1 63 




Hill, Hamilton A. 
















14 67 




Hill, Joseph 














45 64 






Hill, Sarah J. 














37 49 






Hilton, Orissa P. 














65 20 






Hodgdon, Edmund 
















2 44 




Hodges, J. F. 














120 62 


49 




Hodgkinson. John 














17 93 






Holden, Louisa B. 














45 64 






Holt, C. F. 














61 12 






Holtham, H. S. 














39 12 


8 97 


48 09 


Holmes, C. P. 














39 12 






Holmes, Mary 














16 30 






Holway, A. H. 














373 27 




370 00 


Holway, Emma A. 














85 57 




85 57 


Holzer, Ulrich 














45 64 


8 15 




Hood, Georgiana 














4 89 






Hood, John 














32 60 






Hoogs, William H. 














92 91 


8 15 




Hopkirk, Jane 














55 42 




55 42 


Hopkirk, Martha 














11 41 






Horn, Olive 














J9 56 




19 56 


Horn, Ernest, heirs of 












19 56 






House, Nettie F. B. . 






' 




47 27 

1 







79 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Hovey, Solomon ...... 


$105 95 


$102 69 




Howard, E. D. 












19 56 






Howard, Margaret B. 












42 38 






Howe, Annie 












1 63 




$1 63 


Howes, H. J. i 












39 12 






Hudson, George 












58 68 






Hughes, ElizabethE. 












47 27 






Hughes, Mrs. Catherine 












51 34 


8 31 


59 65 


Hughes, William J. . 














4 08 


4 08 


Huggins, Charles E. . 


1 










34 23 






Hutchinson, Elizabeth H. 












32 60 






Hutchinson, H. E., heirs of 












21 19 




21 19 


Kurd, W.J. 












40 75 






Hurter, George C. 












42 3S 






Hyde Park Savings Bank 












144 25 






I 
Ingersoll, William H. ..... 


91 28 






Ingersoll, Geo. A. . . . . . 




3 26 




Ireland, Alice ...... 


35 86 






J 

Jackman, C. G. 




3 26 


3 26 


James, George 














37 49 


98 


38 47 


Jaquith, Andrew 














37 49 






Jenkins, Eliza B. 














44 83 




44 83 


Johnston, John J. 
















13 04 


13 04 


Jones, Antoinette C. 














6 52 




6 52 


Jordan, Hattie N. 














30 16 




30 16 


Jordan, Susan L. 














57 05 




57 05 


Joselyn, J. O. 
















2 44 




Joubert, D. Z. 














29 34 






Joubert, F. A., Mrs. 














38 30 




38 30 


Joyce, Jane 














32 60 


49 




K 








Kapler, Minrod ...... 


21 19 






Keene, Mary A. 














35 04 






Kelley, Archibald 














2 44 


I 63 


4 07 


Kelley, Wary A. 














19 56 






Kellogg, Clara W. 
















8 15 




Kendall, D. F. 














48 90 


32 60 




Kendall, E. A. 














48 90 


8 15 




Kennedy, John 














5 71 






Kennedy, William 
















1 63 


1 C3 


Keyes, J. C. 
















2 04 




Kiggin, John 














19 56 






Kiggin, Michael 














47 27 


129 29 




Kingston. Thomas 














4 08 






Knapp, H. C. 
















1 63 




Knight, Albert 
















2 93 




Knight, Rhoda E. 














35 05 






Kubasch, H. C. W. 














42 38 






Euhn, Clara E. 














27 71 






L. 

Lake, Martha S. . 


32 60 


2 44 




Lanahan, Robert 














3 26 




3 28 


Lancaster, E. M. . 














* 47 27 


6 52 




Lane, Edward . 














23 6;! 






Lane, James & Emma 


'l. 












44 01 






Lane, Mrs. Ann 














14 67 






Lane, Charles E. 














45 64 






Lane, Marcus M. 














20 37 






Laughlin, A. S., Mrs, 














• 44 83 




44 83 


Lawrence, Catherine 












39 12 







80 



Resident Tax -Payers — {Continued.)' 





NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid* 


Lawson, P. ...... 


$16 30 




$1(5 30 


Leadbeater, Charles . 












21 li) 






Leadbeater, Elizabeth N. 












7 33 






Lee, Bridget 












25 27 




25 27 


Leeds. Catherine F. . 












2(5 08 






Leonard, Charles E. . 














4 89 


4 89 


Leonard, Charlotte . . 












37 49 






Leonard, Martin, heirs of 












19 56 






Leonard, Thomas P. . . 












48 90 


2 45 




Leseur, B. F. . 












79 87 


22 82 




Leseur, Horatio 












104 32 






Leverett, J. W. 












42 38 






Lewis, Mary C. . . . 












35 86 


16 30 




Lingren, Sweeney . . 












19 56 




19 58 


Littlefleld, Julia A. \V. 














16 30 




Loomis, Mrs. Jane . . 












81 50 


1 63 




Lord, Mrs. Elizabeth L. 












17 93 






Lovell, Sarah A. 












39 12 




39 12 


Lucey, Misses E. & M. . 














6 52 




Lyons, C. H. 














2 45 


2 42 


Lyons, Maria L. 














44 01 


44 01 


M 








Macomber, Amos, heirs of . . H 


8 15 




8 15 


Macomber, Anna H. 












53 79 






Macomber, Sarah Ann 












44 01 






Macomber, Martha D. 














48 90 


48 90 


Maguire, Martha 












14 67 






Mahoney, Florence 












9 78 




9 78 


Mandell.A.A. 












24 45 




24 45 


Marr, Adaline M. 












122 25 


3 26 


125 51 


Marr, David C. 














16 30 


16 30 


Marr & Ward 












3 26 






Martin, Bridget 












8 15 




8 15 


Mahoney, Dennis 














5 05 


5 05 


Mason, Abby S. 












4 89 






Mathus, Frantz 












32 60 






Maynard, William M. 














4 89 


4 89 


Mathewson, Jerome 












30 97 






McAvoy, J. D. 












(56 83 


24 45 




McCabe, Patrick 












13 04 




13 04 


McCarty, James 














49 


49 


McCarty, John 














1 22 


1 22 


McCarty, Peter 












29 34 




29 34 


McCullough, Lawrence 














49 




McDermott, Joseph 












30 16 


49 




McDonald, David A. . 












8 15 




8 15 


McDonough, John 












32 60 


49 




McDonough, Margaret 












19 56 






McDonough, Martin 














49 


49 


McGaw, Robert 












3S 30 




38 30 


McGillicuddy, John, heirs o 












17 It 




17 11 


McGinley, Hugh 












24 45 






McGowan, Thomas 












4 89 


98 




McMahon, James 












18 74 


88 


10 74 


McMahon, Mary 






,. 






4 08 




4 08 


McMasters, Bernard . 












13 86 




13 86 


McNally, Ann 












30 97 






MeNabb, James 














1 63 


1 63 


McNaaiara, John 












35 04 


4 08 




McKenna, Edward 












27 71 


3 26 


30 97 


McKenna, J. H. 












27 71 


2 44 




Meister, Gustavus A. . 












16 30 




16 30 


Mellen, Laura W. 












23 63 






Meserve, Emily 














2 44 


2 44 


Meserve, Eliza P 












47 27 




47 27 



81 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Methodist Church Society 
Milan, Michael 
Milan, Patrick, heirs of 
Miles, George 
Miller, Annie 
Miller, George H. 
Miner, Henry B. 
Mitchell, Walter D. 
Mooar, J. F. 
Monahan, James 
Morrison, Henry 
Morrison, B. B. 
Morrison, Michael 
Morton, E.J. 
Morgan, Ira 
Moseley, Samuel R. 
Monroe, Fannie B. 
Moulton, Caroline 
Mullen, Thomas 
Mulvey, Francis 
Murray, John, heirs of 
Murray, Jauies L. 
Murray, Thomas 
Murray, & Ward 
Morrow, Eunice 



Nay, John H. . 
Newell, Mary A. 
Newion, R. D. . 
Nichols, Nancy H. 
Noble, Mark E. 
Nolan, J. F. 
Norling, Augusta W. 
Norris, Wm. H. 
Norton, Susan N. 
Noyes, A.N. 
Noyes, Charles W. 
Noyes, Elizabeth P. 
Noyes, Geo. W. 
Noyes, Mrs. M. H. 
Nunn, William J. 



O'Brien, Daniel 
O'Brien, John 
O'Brien, Martin 
O'Connell, John 
O'Donnell, Edward 
O'Keefe, Thomas 
O'Neal, Arthur 
O'Toole, Michael 
Olson, Martin 
Orcutt, F. S.H. 



Page, Augustus A. 

Partridge, Misses C. A. & S. C. 

Partridge, Sewell 

Payson, J. W. 

Peabody & Co. 

Peabody, Mary D. 

Peabody, Mary D. & Mary J 

Peabody, E. S. 

Peare, George H. 

Peck, Mary Ann 

Perkins, David 



Real 


Per- 


Estate. 


sonal. 


$45 64 






$ 49 


6 52 




32 60 




17 93 




61 94 


3 26 


117 36 


12 23 


27 71 




40 75 


3 26 


29 34 


1 63 


24 45 




22 S2 






98 




3 26 


40 75 






19 56 


41 57 




37 49 




5 71 






49 


24 45 




21 19 




9 78. 


1 63 




6 11 


29 34 






2 93 


2 44 




68 46 




111 65 




37 49 


26 08 


4 08 




70 91 




96 98 




38 31 




48 90 




32 60 


49 




32 19 


21 19 




73 35 




35 05 






49 


27 71 


22 82 


121 44 


12 22 


3 26 




27 71 




17 93 


98 


30 97 




8 15 




27 71 




32 60 




54 60 


81 50 


70 09 






1 47 


76 61 


3 26 




47 27 


13 04 




82 31 




44 01 






1 63 


39 12 




211 90 


14 67 



Unpaid. 



$45 64 

49 

6 25 

17 93 

65 20 



3 26 



24 45 



11 41 
6 11 



4 08 

69 27 



21 19 



18 91 



27 71 
32 60 



79 87 



1 63 



82 



Resident Tax-Payers — [Continued.) 



■ NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Perkins, Louisa R. ..... 


$26 90 






Perkins, Mary B. 










34 23 






Perry, Mrs. Ira 










49 72 






Perry, F. A. 










22 82 






Peppeard, Mary D. 










1 63 




$1 63 


Phelps, Henry 










52 




6 52 


Phelps, Henry B. 










54 61 






Phillips, Benjamin E . 










1 63 




1 €3 


Phipps, D. W. . 










73 35 




73 35 


Pickett, Eliza D. 










34 23 






Pierce, Elizabeth 










40 75 






Pierce, J. Eddy 












$2 44 




Pierce, frank H. 










86 39 






Pierce, Ira C. 










39 12 




39 12 


Pierce, Job A. . 










1 63 






Pierce, John 












98 




Piper, J. Ellery 










68 46 


3 26 




Pincshon, Moses 










13 04 


49 




Plummer, Isaac C. 










76 61 






Pollard, George, heirs of 










78 24 






Poole, William 










35 S6 






Porter, Ira C. 










37 49 






Pothecary, Mrs. H. 










35 86 






Preble, Sophia R. 










58 68 






Prelde, Thomas M. 










22 00 






Preston, Dora A. & Littleflel 


i, Neliie M. ' 










4 89 


4 89 


Price, Susan H. 










32 60 




32 60 


Price, William 










48 90 






Prushan Rubber Co. . 












24 45 




Putnam, S. C. 










74 98 


68 46 




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








41 57 




41. 57 


Quimby, J. B. ...... 


48 90 






R 








Radford, Beuj. F. ■!■ 


171 15 


46 23 




Rand, David (J. H 










17 93 






Raynes, Elizabeth H . 










52 16 






Raynes, Joha J. 










21 19 


49 


21 68 


Reardon, Ellen 










8 15 


49 




Reed, Edwin 










57 05 




57 05 


Regan, Mary 










6 52 






Reynolds, S. H. 










47 27 






Rice, Norman 










44 01 






Rich, A. J. 










19 56 




19 53 


Rich, A. Judson 










55 42 






Rich, Henry A. . 










96 98 






Rich, Harriet F. 










6 52 






Rich, Frank B. 










4 89 






Richardson, A. F. 










45 64 




45 64 


Richardson, George L. 










62 75 


48 90 




Riley, Joseph 










4 89 


49 




Ripley, Edward F. 










39 12 


24 45 




Risk, Thomas H. 










36 6S 






Rhodes, C. H. 










57 05 






Robinson, H. E. 












4 08 




Robinson, Julia F. 










68 46 




68 56 


Rogers, Annie L. 










59 50 






Rogers, Emma A. . 










98 61 




98 61 


Rogers, John H. 












1 63 


1 63 


Rogers, Michael 












2 44 


2 44 


Rogers, William M. 










30 97 






Rogers, William, heirs of 










78 24 




78 24 


Rooney, Catherine 










48 90 




48 90 


Rooney, Bridget 










4 89 






Rooney, Bridget E. 










32 60 




32 60 



83 



Resident Tay-Payers — {Continued.) 



Rooney, David B. 
Rooney, Elizabeth 
Rooney, Mary 
Rooney, Patrick 
Rooney, Patrick J. 
Rooney, Patrick 2d 
Rooney, Rose 
Rooney, Thomas 
Roome. David B. 
Ronillard, E. R. 
Round v, S. R. 
Roundy, W. E. 
Runnells, L. A. 
Russell, Ann 
Russell, Ellen H. 
Rvan, Isaac L. 
Ryder, Calvin 



§ 



Sanborn, Mary J. 

Sandeen, Catherine, heirs of 

San ford, weorge 

Sanford & Runneils 

Samuels, Sarah B. 

Savage, E. D. 

Savage, Mary E. 

Savage, Mary 

Saville, Josiah, heirs of 

Sawtelle, G. W. 

Sawteile, Mary M. 

Sawyer, Daniel 

Sawyer, E. W". 

Sawyer, VVilliam H. 

Schell, Mrs. E. A. 

Schofleld, Hannah 

Scott, N. VV. 

Scott, Rooert 

Scott, Robert, Jr. 

Scrivens, Joseph 

Sears, Bartlett 

Shaw, Mary 

Shea, Annie M. 

Shea, Cornelius 

Shea, Edward . 

Shea, Margaret 

Shea, William . 

Sheedy, Daniel 

Sheehan, Bridget, heir 

Sherman, Dexter 

Sherman, Mary A. 

Sherman, M. A. 

Silver, George, heirs o 

Simmons, G. W". D. 

Simmons, James 

Simmons, John O. 

Smith, Ebin 

Smith, Henry H. 

Smith, Jane 

Smith, John W. 

Smith, W. A. 

Smith, W. S. 

Smith, Maria E. 

Snow, A. W. 

Snow, Lovinia C. 

Soule, John A. 

Soule, Sadie L. 

Soule, VVilliam T. 



ot 



Real 


Per- 


Estate. 


sonal. 


$6 52 




1 63 




1 63 






$7 50 


22 82 






49 


1 63 




25 26 


1 63 


6 52 




23 23 




9 78 




26 89 




35 05 




1 63 




19 56 




52 16 


21 19 


96 99 






26 08 


11 41 




30 97 






27 71 


42 38 






28 53 


38 31 




3 26 




39 12 




1 03 




27 71 




34 23 




42 38 




44 01 




47 27 


4 OS 


27 71 


5 38 


26 08 




107 58 






81 




SI 


5 71 




30 16 




8 15 






2 61 


11 41 




54 60 




2 44 






6 68 


11 41 




27 71 


1 63 


1 63 






49 


9 78 






8 15 


40 75 


29 34 


34 23 




35 86 






5 71 


26 89 




9 78 


13 04 


30 97 






146 70 


35 04 






5 71 


31 78 






4 89 


1 63 




30 97 





Unpaid. 



$1 63 
1 63 
7 50 

22 82 



26 89 
6 52 



35 05 
1 63 



73 35 



30 97 
27 71 
42 38 



3 26 



42 38 



SI 



8 15 
2 61 
11 41 



6 6S 
11 41 



1 63 



9 78 
8 15 



85 85 



30 97 
35 04 



84 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Heal 
Estate. 



Sparrell, W. P. 
Spring, Mary A. 
Spring, Robinson & Co 
Stack, John 
Stark, Henry C. 
Stark, Mary 
Stanley, Miss M. A. 
Stanley, Richard 
Starkey, Mrs. A. J. 
Stevens, J. N. 
Stockbridge, Mrs. M. W. 
Stockford, H. J. 
Stocking, George L. 
Stoke, Robert H. 
Stone, Edward 
Stone, Franklin 
Stone, W. P. 
Stuart, William J. 
Snlllivan, Frank E. 
Sumner, Henrietta C. 
Sumner, Sally R. 
Sumner, William F. 
Swallow, E.D. 
Swanburg, C. G.T. 
Swan strom, A. 
Sweeney, Patrick 
Sweeney, Thomas W 
Swett, L. C, Jr. ■ 
Swift, E. M. 
Swilt, T. P. 
Swinton, William 
Sykes, Joseph, heirs of 
Svkes, Louisa B, 



T 



Tacy, George 

Tarrant, Mary A, 

Taylor, P. H., heirs of 

Terry, Abbie A. 

Terry, Henry B. 

Terry, John 

Tewksburv, F. W» 

Tibbetts, Ella D. 

Tibbett, Mark 

Tilden, Edwin 

Tilly, Emily 

Tilly, C. M. 

Tilton, Eliza T. 

Timson, Herbert C. & Minnie 

Timson, Susan C. 

Timson, Susan C. & Sarah Fo 

Timpenny, Richard, heirs of 

Tirrell, Caroline 

Tirrell, Frederick N. , 

Thayer, George D. 

Thuline, Hans 

Thompson, Mrs. H. A. B. 

Totman, Lewis.Jr. 

Tower, Clement B. 

Townsend, Eliza « 

Townsend, G. M. 

Townsend & Hammer 

Townsend, & Kelley 

Trainor, Elizabeth 

Tripp, Emily A. 

Tucker, C. H. 

Tuckerman, John H. . 



$66 b3 
177 07 



13 74 
62 75 



35 05 
44 b3 
32 60 
H3 57 

21 19 

81 50 
71 72 
91 28 

22 b2 
58 es 

358 60 
42 38 
40 46 

30 97 
2! 19 



Per- 
sonal. 



27 71 
146 70 


30 97 


80 68 


50 53 


4 89 


39 12 


44 01 


50 53 


86 39 


39 94 


29 34 


18 30 


45 64 


16 30 


34 2'3 


63 57 


44 83 


66 83 


It 67 


24 45 


33 41 


35 86 


37 49 


18 74 


82 60 


4 89 


44 01 


3 26 


6 52 


17 93 


13 04 


20 37 


58 68 


74 98 


30 97 



J 16 30 
65 20 
1'3 04 

8 15 

3 91 

48 90 

4 fc9 



4 89 
84 54 



7 34 
4 08 



2 44 

81 

15 08 



1 63 



Unpaid, 



70 09 
29 34 



S 26 



3 26 



$8 15* 
3 91 
4S 90 



32 (0 
63 57 
21 19 

10 50 



22 82 
58 68- 



46 46- 



81 

101 00 



80 68 
50 55 



4 8»- 



16 80" 
34 23- 



33 41 
37 49^ 
32 60 



58 69 
34 23 



85 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Turner, John J. ...... 


$6 52 






Tnttle, Annie M. . ... 




. 




• 63 57 


$0 49 


$04 06 


Twichell, Elizabeth M. 




. 




81 






Twichell, John M. 








53 79 


4 08 




Tyler, Benj. F. 










8 15 




Tyler, Caroline O. 

TT 




• 




39 12 






iUnderhill, Merrill ...... 


43 19 


5 30 




V 








Vanness, Peter F. .' 


2 44 




2 44 


Vaushan,C. P. 


. 








16 30 


16 30 


Tideto, Rebecca H. 


. 






71 72 




7i 72 


Vivian, Ann 








29 34 




29 34 


Vivian, Roxanna 


% 






45 04 




45 64 


Vose, B. C. . 








177 67 


3 26 




Vose, Mary E. 








42 38 






Vose, Mary A. B. 


, 






52 16 






"Vose, Sarah M. 








29 34 






Vose, Sarah M. & Mary E. . 


« 






75 39 






IV 








Walker, E. R. .... 


43 20 




43 20 


Wallace, Richard 










17 11 






Wallace, Thomas 












49 


49 


Walnasley, Harriett N. 










19 56 




16 5b 


Walter, Louisa T. 










96 17 


4 OS 




Ward, Waldo F. 










193 16 


30 97 




Warren, Daniel, heirs of 










55 42 






Warren, Mrs. Mary E. 












31 02 




Washburn, Andrew 










48 90 


13 04 




Washburn, Eliza G. 










122 25 


19 56 




Waters, A. Maria 










19 56 


2 44 




Watson, Lewis 












1 63 


1 63 


Webster, Amos 










185 82 


2 44 


178 26 


Weimer, Mary Ann 










13 85 


98 




Weisbrod, Annie E. 










' 44 01 


9 78 


53 79 


Wel«h, Michael 










13 86 


49 




Weld, Joseph M. 










37 49 




37 49 


Weld, Theodore D. 










182 56 






Wellington, C. W. W., heirs of 










48 90 






Wesoott, Edward, heirs of . 










99 43 


57 05 




Wescott, Mrs. S. F-, trustee . 












32 60 




Wescott, William H. . 










19 56 




19 56 


Wheeler, George S. 












13 04 


13 04 


Whioher, Nancy 










68 46 






Whicher, Martin L., heirs of 










286 88 


16 30 


303 18 


White, Ann 










17 93 






White, Georgianna 










35 86 


4 08 


39 94 


White, J. D. . 










32 60 


3 26 




White, Joseph H. 










42 38 






White, Samuel L. 










22 82 






Whitney, A. H. 










37 49 






Whitney, E. A. 










26 08 






Whittemore, P. B., heirs of . 










27 71 






Wiggin, Mary E. 










35 05 






Wigley, John 










29 34 




29 34 


Wilder, Joshua 










55 42 


11 41 




Willard, Henry L. 










17 12 


4 89 


22 01 


Willett, Elizabeth T. . 










88 83 


65 20 




Willett, Joseph 












48 90 




Willett, Mary A. . ^ . 










13 04 






Williams, Amanda 










6 52 


6 52 



86 



Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Williams, Elizabeth, heirs..ol' 




$34 23 




$34 23 


Williams, John M. 














48 90 


$2 44 


2 44 


Williams, Mary M. 














24 45 






Williams, Phoebe A. 














16 30 






Williams, Rinaldo 














71 72 


2 44 


74 16 


Williams, W. H. 














55 42 




55 42 


Wilson, John 
















41 


41 


Winchman, Charles 














14 67 






Wiswall, Julia 














14 67 




14 67 


Withington, George 














35 86 






Wood, E. Frank 














74 98 


12 22 




Wood, Isabella 














17 93 






Wood, Joseph 














34 23 






Wright, Charles H. 














45 64 






Wrigh i, Elizabeth H. 














34 23 




34 23 


Wright, Richard 














103 51 


3 26 






Y. 








Teatou, Charles H. 


Z. 


34 23 






Zimmermann, Carl 


57 05 







NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYEES. 



NAMES. 


KESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


A 

Acroyd, Harriett . 


Unknown 


$57 8fi 




$4 09 


Aldrich, Charles A. 


Unknown 


4 09 




29 34 


Alden, Otis .... 


Needham 


29 34 




47 27 


Alexander, John L. 


Belmont 


47 27 






Allen, Annie, heirs of 


Unknown 


3 26 






American Tool and Machine Co. 


Boston 


383 05 


$293 40 




Arnold, Sarah H., heirs of 


Boston 


31 79 




Austin, A. VV. 


Milton 


31 79 






Ayer, Ezra C. 


Unionville, Conn. 


48 09 






B 

Bacon, Laura A. . 


Unknown 


41 57 






Badger, Mary C. . 


Boston 


25 26 




25 26 


Badger, Mrs. M. A. 


Maiden 


2 44 






Badger, Thomas H. 


Boston 


18 74 




18 74 


Bailey, A. H. 


Somerville 


3 26 




3 26 


Baker, Michael 


Soutii Dartmouth 


6 52 






Baker, Alice T. . 


Boston 


36 68 




36 68 


Baldwin, Amelia . 


Boston 


39 94 






Baldwin & Rich 


Boston 


16 30 






Baldwin & Webster 


Boston 


242 47 




242 47 


Baldwin, J. Thomas 


Boston 


52 97 






Bancrolt, George, heirs of 


Boston 


81 50 






Barney, George T. 


Boston 


47 27 






Barney, J. O., heirs of 


Pawtucket 


4 89 






Barnard, Henry 


South Ware, Me. 


1 63 




1 63 


Barnes, Ward & Co. 


Boston 


1 63 






Barnwell, John 


Valley Falls . 


3 26 






Barr, Elena S. . 


Lawrence 


42 38 






Barrows, Roswell S 


Boston 


37 49 




37 49 


Barry, Laura B. . 


Putney, Vt. 


55 42 






Bass, Charles H. 


Unknown 


37 49 






Bass, George J. . 


Unknown 


65 20 




65 20 


Bartlett, Elkenah, heirs of ' . 


Plymouth 


18 74 






Barton, Hannah . 


Gharlestown 


16 30 






Bean, Aaran H. 


Boston 


27 71 




27 71 


Beckwith, Henry W. 


Unknown 


35 86 




35 86 


Bell, John 


Dedham 


3 26 






Bemis, Sarah C. 


Brockton 


44 01 






Binney, Matthew 


Boston 


bS 46 






Bishop, Jane 


Boston 


13 04 






Black, George N., trustee 


Boston 


114 10 






Blake, A. P., trustee 


Boston 


19 56 




19 56 


Blake, J. R. 


Boston 


3 26 




3 26 


Blanchard, S. S. . 


Boston 


35 86 






Boston & Providence R. R. Co. 


Boston 


■ 623 48 






Boyd, Samuel 


Booth Bay, Me. 


2 44 




2 44 


Boyden.E. & G. E. 


Worcester 


46 46 






Boyden, Mary D. 


Unknown 


27 71 




27 71 


Brackett, F. B. . 


Boston 


1 63 




1 63 


Bracken, S. E., trustee . 


Unknown 


52 16 






Bradlee, Catherine C. 


Milton 


4 08 






Bradlee, Henry E. 


Boston 


1 63 






Bradlee, John D., heirs of 


Boston 


29 34 




29 34 


Bradlee, J. Walter 


Milton 


63 57 






Bradley, Katie E. 


Milton 


39 12 






Brainard Milling Machine Co. 


Hyde Park 


127 14 


293 40 




Bradburv, Samuel A. 


Celveland, O. . 


277 92 






Branncn, James . 


Jamaica Plains. 


13 04 






Brazier, W. S. . 


Boston 


22 00 







Non-Eesident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Brett, Eveline F. 


Unknown 


$49 71 




$49 71 


Brewer, Cyrus 




Boston . 


114 10 






Brewer, E. J. 




Boston . 


19 56 






Briggs, Elbridge'G. 




i^outh Boslon . 


28 52 






Broadbeck, Annie C. 




Unknown 


3 26 






Brooks, Annie F. . 




Unknown 


36 68 




36 68 


Brooks, Mrs. S. C. 




Boston . 


21 19 






Brooks & Converse 




Boston . 


32 (iO 






Brown, B. F. 




Boston . 


11 41 






Brown, John A. 




Boston . 


18 74 




IS 74 


Brown, James W. 




Boston . 


26 08 






Burgess, Avais 




Bedford. 


3 2*5 






Burns, G. W. 




Medtord 


1 63 




1 63 


Butler, Fanny S. . 




Boston . 


2 44 






C 
Campbell, C. M. . 


Unknown 


16 30 




16 30 


Campbell, James . 




Boston . 


22 82 






Capen, Edwin N. . 




Boston . 


81 






Capen,E.W. 




Milton . 


9 78 






Carlton, Eliza G. . 




Unknown 


13 04 




13 04 


Carlton, Hiram 




Woods Holl 


120 62 






Carr, A. W. 




Boston . 


39 12 




39 12 


Carpenter, E. B. . 




Providence, R. I. 


4 08 






Caulfield, Bridget . 




Boston . 


2 44 






Chamberlain, Charles E. 




Boston . 


38 30 




38 30 


Chamberlain, C. E. 




Worcester 


8 15 






Chandler, Emelia H. 




Boston . 


24 45 






Chase Waldo 




Dedham . 


15 49 




15 49 


Cheney, Horace R., heirs of 




West Newton . 


8 15 






Childs, Pierce & Childs . 




Boston . 


32 42 






Churchill, Asaph . 




Boston . 


34 23 




34 23 


Churchill, C. C. 




Dedham . 


6 52 


. 




Churchill, C. 8. 




Dedham . 


24 45 






Churchill, J. R. . 




Boston . 


81 50 




'SL 50 


Clapp, R. Dexter . 




Unknown 


4 08 






Clapp, Elizabeth . 




Dorchester 


5 71 






Clark, Albee C, trustee . 




Unknown 


4 89 




4 89 


Clark, Henry 




Boston: . 


2 86 






Codman, Henry, heirs of 




Dorchester 


3 26 






Cochran, Samuel Q. 




Boston . 


40 75 






Cochran, W.J., trustee . 




Boston . 


8 15 




8 15 


Coffin, C. H. 




Newburyport . 


65 20 




65 20 


Colburn, Allen 




Dedham . " 


52 98 






Colburn, Howard . 




Dedham . 


18 74 






Colburn, James 




Dedham . 


29 34 




29 34 


Colburn, Waldo 




Dedham . 


19 56 






Colby, J. F. . . 




Boston . 


22 82 




22 82 


Coleman, Endicott & Stone 




Dedham . 


1 63 






Coleman, George W. 




Boston . 


66 83 




66 83 


Coleman, Lewis (SHel 




Boston . 


17 11 




17 11 


Corno, FrankMn 






Weymouth, N. 8. 


3 26 






Connell, .Tohn 






Unknown 


20 37 




20 37 


Connell, Patrick 






Boston . 


3 26 




3 29 


Connolly, Eliza 


♦ 




Hyde Park 


55 42 




55 42 


Connoly, Martin J 






Boston . 


1 63 






Conant, J. S. 






Boston . 


44 83 






Connor, Mary C. 






Boston . 


4 08 




f 4 08 


Cooper, Fannie W. 






Boston . 


60 31 




60 31 


Coolidge, Mary 






Boston . 


26 08 






Corrigan, Ellen 






Unknown 


3 26 




3 26| 


Costello, W. C. 






Somerviile 


3 26 






Corthell, John K. 






Boston . 


3 26 




3 36 


Converse, B. B. 






Boston . 


39 12 






Conway, Hiram 






Boston . 


1 63 




1 63 


Cripps, Matthew 






Fall River 


3 26 







89 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Crowell, Edmund . 


Boston . 


$48 90 






Crowell, Albert 


Boston . 


11 41 






Crowningshield.B. W., trustee. 


Boston . 


48 90 






Crossman, S. P. . . 


Unknown 




$1 63 


$1 63 


Cunane, William .' 


South Groveland 


6 52 






Cunningham, Mary E. 


Dover, N. H. 


18 74 




18 74 


Curtis, James W. . 


Boston . 


39 12 






Gushing, Ladd &Cushing 


Boston . 


4 08 




4 08 


Cutter, Isaac 


Boston . 


27 71 






Cutts, Julia A. 


Boston . 


45 64 






D 

Dalton, John 


Hyde Park 


3 26 






Dana, Joshua C, tru. tee 


Boston . 


48 90 






Dartmouth College, Trustee 


Boston . 


48 90 






Davenport &■ Foster . . 


Dorchester 


26 08 






Davis, Amanda A. . 


.Boston . 


1 63 




1 63 


Davis, Enoch P. . -. 


Boston . 


3 26 




3 26 


Davis, F. S. . 


Boston. 


5 71 






Davis, George H. . 


West Newton . 


31 79 






Davis, Mrs. A. P. . 


Boston . 


44 01 




44 01 


Davis, Manilla H. J. 


Milton . 


4 89 




4 89 


Davis, Sarah J. . 


Boston . 


32 60 






Dean & Churchill 


Boston . 


16 30 






Dedh am Savings Bank . 


Dedham . 


21 19 






Dennis, Ellen 


Unknown 


32 60 




32 60 


Denny, H. G., trustee 


Boston . 


89 65 




89 65 


Dickerman, Annie H. 


Unknown 


39 12 






Dill,T. K 


Boston . 


4 89 






Dodge, Annie F. . 


Philadelphia . 


39 12 






Doe, Edgar J. . 


Providence, R. I. 


50 53 




50 53 


Donahue, Patrick . 


Boston . 


6 52 






Dorchester, Second Church 


Dorchester 


6 93 






Dorr, Mary E. . . . 


Boston . 


18 74 






Downes,W. E. 


Francis town, N. H. 


16 30 






Dowd, John J. . 


Lowell . 


30 97 




30 97 


Downey, Michael . 


Unknown 


I 63 




1 63 


Dowse, Amos W. . 


Lowell 


131 21 






Doyle, Austacia 


Maiden . 


26 88 






Draper, Mary A. . 


Jamaica Plain . 


34 23 






Driscoll, John F. . 


Unknown 


36 68 




36 68 


Dunlap, Martin 


Boston . 


1 63 






Dutton, Julia A. . 


Biookline • . 


30 97 






E 
Eastman, George A. 


Boston . 


2 45 




2 45 


Eastman, J. S. 


Boston . 


24 45 




24 45 


Eastman, John B. . 


Nashua, N. H. . 


57 05 




57 05 


Esterbrook, RufUs 


Newton . 


11 41 




11 41 


East Boston Savings Bank 


East Boston 


102 67 






Eaton, Albert S. . 


Boston . 


44 01 






Eddy, Daniel C. . 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


66 83 






Eldridge, Daniel 


Boston . 


3 26 






Ellis, John 


Medfleld 


91 28 


. 


91 28 


Ellis, Fred A. . 


Washing on, D. C. 


56 24 




56 23 


Ellison, William P., administrator 


Unknown 




32 60 




Ely, P. D 


Boston . 


5 71 




5 71 


Emigrant Savings Bank . 


Boston . 


54 60 






Emmons, Mary B. 


Dedham . 


19 56 






Evans, Perley V. . 


Hyde Park 


123 88 




123 88 


Fabyan, Abbie M. 


Boston . 


34 23 






Fairbanks, J. A. . . . 


Melrose . 


3 26 




3 16 


Fairbanks, John R. 


Hyde Park 


8 15 






Farrar, J. H. . 


Boston . 


35 86 




35 86 



90 



Non-Resident Tax-Payeks — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Farrington, Mary and Eliza 


Dedham 


$16 30 






Farrington, W. S. . 


Salem, N.H. 


4 89 




$4 89 


Fav, W. H. ... 


Chester . 


45 64 






Fellows, Martha T. 


Unknown 


60 31 






Ferry, E. B. 


Milton . 


3 26 






Ferry, ROoda 


Milton . 


3 26 






Fessenden & Crane 


Bostoh . 


4 08 




4 08 


Fessenrlen, Mabel B. 


Boston . 


3 26 






Fifleld, W. ... 


Unknown 


3 26 




3 26 


Fisher, Clarissa 


Koslimlale . 


3 26 






Fisher, George, trustee . 


Hyde Park 


40 45 






Fisk, Oren W. 


Boston . 


35 86 






Fisk, Samuel C. 


New York 


58 68 




58 68 


Fitzpatrick, William 


Unknown 


1 63 




1 63 


Flagg, S. S 


Littleton 


133 66 






Flint, Charles L. . 


Boston . 


66 83 






Flint, Francis 


Boston . 


21 19 






Fogg, W.J. G. 


Sharon . • 


46 46 






Ford, -James 


Foxboro'. 


47 27 






Foster, George E. . 


Boston . 


32 60 






Foster, James 


Dorchester 


31 60 






Foxboro Savings Bank . 


Foxboro' 


193 97 






Foy, Ada A. 


Lynn 


17 93 




17 93 


Fowler, W. C. . 


Unknown 


1 63 




1 63 


6 

Galligan, Mary 


Unknown 


27 71 






Galligher, Daniel F. 


Boston . 


4 89 






Gannett, John S. . 


Unknown 


7 33 




7 33 


Gerry, C. F. 


Sudbury 


141 81 






Giles, A. W. 


Weymouth 


30 97 






Giles, Delflna 


Indian Orchard 


3 26 




3 26 


Giles, Orville, heirs of 


Weymouth 


32 60 






Gill, Dominick 


Boston . 


3 26 






Gillingham, Albert 


Boston . 


8 15 






Gilman, Charles H. 


Boston . 


58 68 




58 68 


Gladwin, Dolly H. 


Boston . 


17 93 




17 93 


Gleason, J. B. . 


Lexington 


37 49 






Glover & Wilcoiub 


Boston . 


348 82 


$218 42 




Gooch, John B. . 


Unknown 


24 45 






Gould, Simon 


Walpole 


16 30 




16 80 


Green, John and Sarah . 


Unknown 


4 89 




4 89 


Green, Charles G. . 


Boston . 


16 30 






Green, Reuben 


Boston . 


39 12 






Greenhood, Abram 


Kast Dedham . 


1 63 






Greenhood, Mary . 


East Dedham . 


27 71 






Greenhood, Morris 


East Dedham . 


10 60 




2 42 


Greeley, John H. 


Boston . 


22 82 






Gurdy. L. W. and Hattie E. 


Unknown 


30 9.' 






Gurney, A. F. 


Boston . 


7 33 




7 33 


Gurney, Silas 


Boston . 


8 15 






Gunnerson, William 


Boston . 


35 86 


13 04 


48 90 


H 

Haile, George, heirs of . 


Providence, R. I. 


607 99 






Hale, Sarah F. 


Brockton 


56 23 






Hall, Eliza M. 


Bridgvvay 


6 52 




6 52 


Hall, Joseph R. . 


Milton . 


35 86 






Halliday, William H. 


Boston . 


39 12 




39 12 


Hamblin, B. L. 


Hyde Park 


61 94 




61 94 


Hamblin, Frank H. 


Hyde Park 


29 34 






Ham, Joseph 


Boston . 


8 15 






Hamblin, Howard M. 


Unknown 


34 23 




34 24 


Hammett, Charles 


Medfleld 


54 61) 






Hanscom, Martha J. 


Unknown ■ 


4 08 




4 08 


Hapgood, S. H. . 


Boston . 


5 38 






Harmon, J. W. 


South Boston . 


1 63 







91 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Harrendon, E. G. . 


South Boston . 


$4 89 




$4 89 


Hart & Taylor 


Boston . 


30 97 






Hartwell & Jells . 


East Cambridge 


40 75 




40 75 


Hart well, William H. 


East Cambridge 


13 86 




13 68 


Haskell, Sylvpnus G. 


Deer Island 


17 93 






Hatch, Isaac . . 


Unknown 


15 49 




15 49 


Hatton, Emma E. . 


South Boston . 


29 34 






Haven, Mary L. 


Boston . 


70 09 






Haven, Frank 


Boston . 


13 04 




13 04 


Hayden, Hannah R. . 


Dedham . 


93 72 






Haywood, Henry . 


Unknown 


1 63 




1 63 


Haynes, C. O, . 


Dedham . 


1 63 






Heustis, Warren , 




42 38 




42 38 


Hewins Harriet 


Hyde Park 


34 23 






Hodges A. S. 


Unknown 


2 44 




2 44 


Hodges, Mary L. 


Unknown 


44 S3 




44 83 


Hodges, Samuel .. . 


Boston . 


3 26 




3 26 


Hodgkins, Eunice . 


Providence, R.I. 


3 26 




3 26 


Holdsworth, Squire 


H de Park 


35 86 






Hollis, Elizabeth S. . , 


Boston . 


32 66 






Holland, W. A. 




8 97 




8 97 


Hollingsworth,Z. T. 


Milton . 


329 26 






Hood, John C. . 


Hyde Park 


19 56 






Hood, Herman . . . 


Lynn 


17 11 






Howes, Solomon . 


Unkn wn 


100 24 






Howland & Shedd, trustees 


Boston 




$8 15 


8 15 


Hay, Bridget 


Hyde Park 


19 56 




19 56 


Hoxie, Timothy W. . , 


Boston . 


127 14 






Humphrey, James 


Wevmouth 


4 £9 




4 89 


Hunt, Lucien 


Falmouth 


8 15 




8 15 


Hunt, Rebecca T. 


Melrose . 


37 49 






Husted.J.B. 


Unknown 


50 53 




50 53 


Hutchins, H. C. . 


Boston . 


34 23 






Hutchins & Wheeler 


Boston . 


34 23 






J 
Jackson, Caroline 


Unknown 


13 45 




13 45 


Jackson, Robert . 


Boston . 


1 63 




1 03 


Jenney, Mary F. . 


Boston . 


1 63 






Johnson, Edward A. 


Boston . 


81 50 






Jones, Edward J. 


Boston . 


ti 52 






Jones, James A. . 


Unknown 


34 23 






Jones, Paine M. C. 


Unknown 


2 44 




2 44 


Jones, Woodman 


Mat ? apan . 


32 60 






Josslyn, Addie M. 


Unknown 


41 07 






K 

Kaufman & Josephy 


New York City 


48 90 






Keene, Nahum 


Dedham 


2 44 






Kelley, George W. 


Washington, D. C. 


8 15 




8 15 


Kelley, James 


Boston . 


1 63 




1 63 


Kelley, Thomas 


Boston . 


27 71 






Kelley, William . 


Lowell . 


14 67 






Kendrick, H. C. . 


Boston . 


40 75 






Kingman, R. P. . 


Boston . 


39 12 






Kingsbury. Jesse F. 


West Roxbnry . 


20 37 






Kingslev, J. G. . 


Boston . 


1 63 






Knight, B. B. & R. 


Hyde Park 


1010 00 


837 82 




Knowles, H. W. . 


Chicago, 111. 


55 42 




55 42 


Kuhn, Richard E. . . 


Unknown 


4 89 






r, 

Lane, Peter ... 


Boston . 


1 63 






Lang, Benjamin J. 


Boston . 


19 56 






Lawrence, Marianna P. . 


Hyde Park 


62 75 




57 05 


Lawton, Charles . 


Needham 


37 49 






Lawson, Eliza J. . 


Colorado 


1 63 







92 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per 1 
sonal. Unpaid- 


Leaoli, Ellen P. and Sai-ah F. . 


Boston . 


53 79 






Leland, Abner M. . 


Boston . 


20 37 






Leland, Kice & Co. 


Boston . 




$19 56 




Lenfest, Mary G. . 


Boston . 


6 52 






Leonard, William 


Boston . 


35 86 




$35 86 


Lewis, Isaac 


Dorchester 


16 30 






Lewis, J. C. 


Holyoke 


7 33 






Leverett, George V. 


Boston . 


37 49 






Libby.C. W. 


Marlboro' 


12 24 






Litcb, Samuel W. . , 


Melrose . 


2 44 




2 44 


Littlefield, Abbie 


Boston . 


4 09 






Littlefield, John H. 


Boston 


11 41 






Loomis, Elihu G. . 


Boston . 


3 26 






Loring, David 


Boston . 


28 51 




28 51 


Loud, Emily V. . 


Weymouth 


100 24 






Loud, John J. 


Weymouth 


77 42 






Loud, J. W. heirs of 


Weymouth 


88 83 






Loud, Martha B. . 


Weymouth 


55 42 






Lowsing, Catherine W. R. 


Unknown 


24 45 




24 45 


Lyiord, Byley 


Hyde Park 


48 90 






Lyford, Thomas J. 


Boston . 


8 90 






Lynch, William 


Jamaica Plain . 


6 52 






M 

Maguire, Richard 


Boston . 


33 42 






Mahoney.John 


Boston . 


34 23 




34 23 


Mann, Alexander 


Charlestown 


9 78 






Mansfield, Olivia W. 


Boston . 


63 57 






Marshall, J. H. . 


Boston . 


2 44 






Martin, Eliza 


Boston . 


24 45 






Maxim, Jane 


Boston . 


4 08 






Mayo, Charles H. . 


Wellesley 


63 57 




63 57 


McCallum, James 


Jamaica Plain . 


3 26 




3 26 


McClaffee, Ann 


M. Louis 


1 63 




1 63 


McCormack, Thomas 


Boston . 


120 62 




120 62 


McDowell, Jane . 


Boston . 


1 63 




1 63 


McLaughlin, Daniel 


Boston . 


2 44 






McLeod, John 


Boston . 


3 26 






McNulty, Ellen 


Dorchester 


30 16 






Mead, Albert 


Boston . 


30 97 






Melladieu, George 


Boston . 


9 78 






Mercantile Savings Bank 


Boston . 


1028 53 




560 23 


Merriam, F. P. . 


Dauvers . 


30 97 






Merriam & Philbrook, 


Boston . 


35 86 




35 S6 


Merrill, William 


Boston . 


4 08 






Meserve, Sarah W. 


Carlton . 


51 34 






Metropolitan Land Co. . 


Boston . 


57 05 




26 08 


Meyers, Phaches Sarah, Louisa j 
and Rebecca . . \ 


Boston . ' . 


8 15 




8 15 


Mills, James C. 


Roxbury 


4 89 






Miller, Amos H. . 


Boston " . 


3 26 






Miller, Ella S. 


Boston . 


97 80 






Monogan, John 


Berry Mills 


1 63 




1 63 


Monroe, *.!. W. 


E. Cambridge . 


13 04 






Monroe, William . 


Milton . 


16 30 




16 30 


Moreland, D. S. . 


Unknown 


13 04 




13 04 


Monarty, W. H. . 


Boston . 


26 90 






Moody, Mrs. C. H. 


Canada . 


28 52 






Moody, F. . 


Unknown 


3 26 




3 26 


Moore, Joseph W. 


Boston . 


1 63 






Morgan, Sarah E. . 


Boston . 


13 86 




13 86 


Morrill, Mabel E. 


Unknown 


3 26 






Morse, E. J. W. . 


South Easton . 


3 26 






Morse, George W. 


Boston . 


24 45 






Morse, Leonard 


Milton . . - 


330 89 






Morse, Luther, heirs of . 


Dedham . 


41 






Morton, Joseph, heirs of . 


Milton . 


34 23 







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Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Moylan, Michael . 


Unknown 






$3 26 


Mungin, Margaret , 


G'oveland 


$52 10 






Mullen, John 


Jamaica Plain . 


1 63 






Mullen, Hubert 


Boston . . 


1 6:1 




1 63 


Murphy, Thomas . 


E. Dedham 


4 08 






Murray, S. B., guardian . 




67 64 




67 64 


IV 
Nantucket Institution lor Savings 


Nantucket 


86 39 






Neal, Alonzo F., heirs of 


Hyde Park 


44 &2 




44 82 


Nelson, Thomas 


Boston . 


73 -46 






Nelson, Thomas L. 


Boston . 


8 15 






Newhall, Henry B. 


Melrose 


34 23 






Newhall, Horatio . 


Grot on . 


1 63 




1 63 


Newburyport Savings Bank . 


Newburyport . 


31 79 






Newman, A. Parker 




3 26 




3 26 


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


Boston . 


382 24 


$40 75 




Nolan, James 


Boston . • 


4 08 




4 08 


Northern Baptist Edc. Society . 


Boston . 


8 15 






Nott, Gordon H. . 


Chicago 111. . 


6 52 




6 52 


Nott, Martha A. . 


Saco, Me. 


65 20 




65 20 


O 

Odiorne, Thomas H. 


Portsmouth, N.H. 


16 30 




16 30 


Olmstead, James M., assignee 




65 20 




65 20 


Orr & Butman 


Boston . 


78 24 






P 

Page, E. B. 


Boston . 


58 68 


3 26 




Page, Gilman 




32 60 




32 60 


Page, Harriet J. . 


Hyde Park 


130 40 






Paine, Francis M. 




42 38 




42 38 


Paine, Frederick . 


Mansfield 


44 42 






Palmer, Susan A. . 


Cliarlestown 


29 34 






Parmlee, Loring G. 


Boston . 


47 27 






Papanti, Augustus 


Bostou . 


26 08 






Parker, Benjamin VY. 


Bos. on . 


58 68 






Parker, George J., heirs of 


Boston . 


4 89 






Parker, H. F. 


Nekton . 


2 04 




2 04 


Parker, M. VY. . 


Bostou . 


1 63 






Pattee, VY. S. 




1 63 




1 63 


Paul, Ebenezer . . 


Dedham 


12 22 






Pearsons, John 


VYest Roxbury 


48 90 






Peck, Phoebe VY. . 


Somerville • . 


17 93 






Peele, Elizabeth K. 


Salem 


83 13 






People's Ice Co. 


Boston . 


$1 50 






Perkins, Eliza M., heirs of 


Boston . . 


186 63 






Peterson, Olive 




31 78 






Pierce, John 


Boston , 


63 57 




C3 57 


Pierce, J. .... 


Boston . 


1 63 




1 63 


Pierce, Nichols and Crafts, trustees 


Boston . 


75 79 






Pierce, Samuel B. 


Boston . 


13 04 






Plaff, Henry & Jacob 


Bos on . 


5 71 






Pfaff, William 


Boston , 


39 12 






Pratt, Anna B. . 


Boston . 


40 75 






Pratt, Edmund T. . 


Bostou . 


26/S 25 






Pratt, Isaac, Jr. 


Bostou . 


182 56 






Pratt, Laban 


Neponset 


17 12 






Pratt & Hanson . 


Boston . 


51 34 




51 34 


Prescott, Mrs. S. C. 


Sussex, N. B. , 


35 S6 






Prime, Oliver 


Charlestowu 


3 26 






Proctor, Thomas P. 


Boston . 


83 13 






<* 










Quigley, Mary J. . 


Boston . 


1 63 






Quimby, Monroe T. 


Boston . 


34 23 






Quiucy Savings Bank 


Quiucy . 


585 17 




■ 



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Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.') 





NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpapi. 


R 










Radwin, C. W. 


Clinton . . . 


$50 53 






RanleU, D. D. . " 


Boston . 


34 23 






Fay,ElleuF. 


Woburn . 


8 15 




$8 15 


Ray, M. L. ■ . 


Melrose . 


1 (i3 




1 63 


Ray, Margaret 


Boston . 


26 08 






Raymond, A. S. 


Dedham 


2'/ 71 


$51 35 


79 06 


Raymond, Lucy A. 


Bath, Me. 


3 26 






Real Estate and Building Co. . 


Boston . 


1890 80 






Reed, Charles D. 


Boston . . . 


45 64 






Reed, Caroline P. . . 


Unknown 


1 63 




1 63 


Reed, Hammond . 


BrooUfleld 


48 90 






Reeves, Mary 


Boston . 


25 27 






Remick, Timothy . 


Unknown 


55 42 




55 42 


Rhoades, A. H. . 


Boston . 


43 20 






Rich, Mary B. 


Boston . 


24 45 






Richards, Austin S. 


Danvers 


9 78 






Richards, Daniel . 


Dan vers 


13 04 






Richards, Joseph R. 


Danvers 


24 45 






Richards, George E. 


Boston , 


14 67 






Richards, R. A. . 


Boston . 


166 26 






Richardson, Lucretia T. 


Boston . 


1 63 






Ridgway, E. W. • . 


Boston . 


53 79 






Bobbins, James M. 


Cambridge 


16 30 






Robbins, Royal E. . 


Boston . 


71 72 






Robioson, B. F. 


Xew York 


22 82 




22 82 


Robinson, Benj. F. 


New York 


32 60 






Robinson, Charles, Jr. . 


Boston . 


63 57 






Robinson, Frank T. 


Boston 


125 51 




125 51 


Robinson, John 


Littleton Common 


53 79 






Rollins, James W. 


So. Boston 


97 80 




97 80 


Rowe Brothers 


Boston . 


1 63 






Ryan, Margaret J. 


Boston . 


29 34 






S 
Saco & Biddelord Savings Bank 


Saco, Me. 


344 75 






Safford, A. H. 


Milton 


143 44 






Safford, N. F. . . 


Boston . 


45 64 




45 64 


Sahline, David H. 


New York 


19 56 






Sampson, Mehitable B. . . . 


Boston . 


19 56 




19 56 


Sanford, Miss E. L. 


Machias,Me. . 


114 10 




114 10 


Sanford, Martha P. 


Oxford, Mel. . 


149 93 






Saulsbury, Jotharn 


K. Weymouth . 


81 50 






Scaife, Ella A. 


Boston . 


8 15 




8 15 


Schlesinger, S. B. 


Boston . 


60 31 






Schofield, Benj. 


Unknown 


30 97 






Scituate Savings Bank . 


Scituate . 


130 40 




102 69 


Scott, E. A. 


Boston . 


52 16 






Scott, James H. . 


Boston . 


32 60 






Scott, John 


Unknown 


47 27 




47 27 


Sci-annase, Matthew 


Boston 


8 15 






Seaver, Jacob W, . 


Boston . 


6 44 






Sewall, S. C. & J. C. Ropes trustees 


Boston . 


48 09 




48 09 


Sharp, J. C. 


Boston . 


1 63 




1 63 


Shattuck, Milo II. . 


Groton . 


9 74 




9 74 


Shaw, C. C. 


Palmer . 


79 06 






Shaw, Lydia A. . 


K. Somerville . 


62 75 






Shaw & -Shattuck, Trustees 


Boston . 


104 32 






Shaw, Joseph P. . 


Boston . 


"3 26 






Shepard, Sarah B. . . 


Mattapan 


50 53 






Shute, James M. . 


Boston . 


114 10 






Simmons, Susan M. 


Newport, R I. . 


42 38 






Simmons, W. C. . 


Newport, R.I. . 


4 89 






Smith, A. A. 


Waltham 


1 63 




1 63 


Smith, Charles F. 


Boston . 


19 56 






Smith, George H. 


Medfield 


34 23 




34 23 


Smith, Harriet E. & Ellen F. . 


Dedham . 


23 63 







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Non-Residrnt Tax- I: ayers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


• RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Smith, J. A. 


Unknown 


$13 04 






Snyder, C. B. 


New York 


32 60 






Somes, Samuel S. . 


Milton . 


28 53 






Southworth, Mason W. . 


Wakefield 


39 12 




$39 12 


Stan wood, J. E. . 


Boston . 


39 93 






Stark, Mary 


Boston . 


1 63 






Steadman and Daw , Trustees . 


Boston 


53 79 






Stevens, Elizabeth"W. . 


Boston . 


112 47 




105 86 


Stevens, Elizabeth. 


Boston . 


278 73 






Stevenson, Charles E. 


Boston . 


21 19 






Stevenson, Mary F. 


Boston . 


81 






Stephenson, Hemeuway & Russell 


Milton . 


76 61 






Stewart, Joseph 


Unknown 


16 30 






Stoddard, Hannah W. . 


Boston . 


39 12 






Stone, Jennie G. . 


Nevvburyport . 


13 04 




13 04 


Storer. W. B., assignee for R. A. ) 
Richards . . .1 


Boston . 


21 19 






Story, J. C. 


Boston . 


30 97 




30 97 


Stratton, Charles C. 


Pittsbuig 


35 86 






Straw, John B. , . 


Boston . 


60 31 




60 31 


Sullivan, Margaret. 


Unknown 


4 08 




4 08 


Sumner, M. P. 

T 
Taft, Samuel 


Dedham . 


34 23 




34 23 


Holliston 


73 35 






Tafts, Robert 


Hollision 


4 89 






Talbot, Miss M. B. 


Dorchester 


2 44 






Talbot, J. E. 


Boston . 


16 30 




16 30 


Taylor, John B. . 


Boston . 


34 23 






Tewksbury, B. H. 


Lawrence 


1 63 






Thayer, James P. 


Unknown 


24 45 






Thompson, Asa 


Mattapan 


83 13 






Thompson, Charles, heirs of '. 


Boston . 


34 23 






Thompson, C. S. . 


Syracuse, M .Y. 


1 63 






Thompson, Humphrey . 


Unknown 


3 26 




3 26 


Thorndike, James. 


Boston . 


9 78 






Thorndike, Sarah W. 


Boston . 


58 68 






Tileston & Hollingsworth 


Milton 


378 16 


$489 00 




Tobey.J. J. ... 


Boston . 


4 89 




4 89 


Tobey, Susannah H. 


At hoi 


22 00 






Todd, Robert M. 


Milton . 


48 90 






Torrey, Everett 


Boston . 


25 27 






Tower, Isaac H. „ 


Dedham . 


92 91 






Towne, W.J 


Boston . 


73 95 






Trescott, Ebenezer, heirs of 


Unknown 


41 




41 


Trow, Thomas P. . 


Hudson 


22 82 






Tucker Dana, heirs of . 


Milton . 


73 35 






Tucker. Elijah 


Milton . 


45 64 






Tucker, G. H. 


New York 


3t 23 




31 23 


Tucker, James 


Milton . 


37 49 






Tucker, Mary T. . 


Milton . 


29 34 






Tucker, Nathan, heirs of 


Milton 


19 56 






Tucker, N. H. 


Unknown 


48 !0 




48 90 


Tucker, S. A. . . \ 


Milton . 


16 30 






Tucker, Mrs. Timothv . ' 


Milton . 


16 30 






Tufts, John W. . " . 


Boston . 


3 26 






Turner, R. W. . . [ 


Boston . 


20 37 






Twombley, Albert T. 


Milton . 


61 91 






Tyler, VV. B. 

U 

Union Institution for Savings . 


Unknown 


74 98 






Boston . 


74 98 






Utley, Joseph 


Boston . 


1 63 







96 



Noxs -Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Ileal 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


V 










Vanderlip, W. C. . 


Boston . 


$W 02 






Vose, Jessie, heirs of 


Milton 


32 60 






Vose, Joshua 


Milton . 


35 86 






Vose, John 


Milton . 


22 82 






W 










Wadsworth, Thomas T. . 


Milton . 


32 60 






Wakefield, Enoch H. 


Boston . , 


6 52 




$6 52 


Ware, Mary Ann . 


Boston . 


22 82 






Waterman, L. C, Trustee 


Boston . 


109 21 






Webster, Steiilien 


Boston . 


2 44 






Weld, Aaron D. . 


Boston . 


1 63 






Weldon, John A. 


Boston . 


22 82 






Weller, Annie E. . 


Dedham . 


1 63 




1 63 


Wellington, Henry VV. . 


Boston 


157 30 






Weston, Seth 


Revere . 


45 64 




45 64 


Wetherell, Frank J. 


Newton . 


16 30 






Weymouth Savings Bank 


Weymouth 


695 20 






Wheeler & Wilson Sew'g Mach. Co. 


Bosion . 




$3 26 




White, Amos S 


Weymouth 


16 30 






White, Benj. F. 


Boston . 


121 43 






White, CatheriueT. 


Boston . 


2 44 




2 44 


White, Charles G. 


Boston . 


13 04 






White, E. P. 


New York 


4 08 




4 C8 


White & Richards, Trustees 


New York 


19 56 




19 56 


White, Emeline 


Dedham . 


19 56 






White, George 


Boston . 


9 78 






White, Howard 


Nebraska 


3 26 






Whitehead, Joseph 


Saugus . 


3 26 






Whittemore, C. S. 


Boston . 


37 19 




'37 49 


Whittier, A. R. . 


Boston . 


79 87 


13 04 


92 91 


Whittier, Carrie 


Boston . 


16 30 




16 30 


Whittingfon, Alfred 


Boston . . . 


9 78 






Whiting, Alvo'd . 


Boston . 


6 26 






Whiting, Joseph . 


E. Somerville . 


1 63 






Whitman, Josiah B., trustee 


Boston . 


„2 00 
6 8 97 


16 30 




Wild, Joseph A. . 


Amesbury 






Wilder, Hannah . 


Weymouth 


3 20 






Wilder, William W. 


Newton - 


43 20 






Wilkins, G.G. 


Unknown 


1 63 




1 63 


Willard, Huldah . 


Boston . 


■ K 5 42 




55 42 


Williams, John J. . 


Boston . 


141 81 






Williams, F. C. 


Boston . 


45 64 






Winch Brothers . . 


Boston . 


57 86 






Wise, Henry 


Boston . 


1 63 






Wogan.JohnT. 


iJoston . 


28 53 






Woods, George W., heirs of 


Unknown 


19 58 




19 56 


Woods, Mrs. William 


Maynard 


13 86 






Woodward, James H. 


North Cambridge 


6 52 






Woodward, Maria L. 


Attleboro 


39 12 




39 12 


Woodworth, Thomas H. 


Boston . 


15 48 






Wright, A. W. 


Boston . 


345 58 






Wright, Isaac L. . 


Boston . 


4 89 







EEPOET OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 



For- School Year Ending December 31, 1881. 



To the Citizens of Hyde Park : — 

The following report is respectfully submitted by the 
School Committee of the town. 

At the first meeting of the year Sub-Committees were 
appointed and approved, viz : — 

H. H. Smith, Edmund Davis, Andrew Washburn, High 
School; E. I. Humphrey, Edmund Davis, Andrew 
Washburn, Advanced Grammar School ; E. I. Humphrey, 
Evening Schools ; Andrew Washburn, H. S. Bunton, 
Fairmpunt School ; Edmund Davis ; H. H. Smith, Damon 
School ; H. S. Bunton, C. G. Chick, Greenwood School ; 
C. G. Chick. E. I. Humphrey, Grew School; E. I. 
Humphrey, Everett Primary School. 

Attention is called to reports from each of the above Sub- 
Committees ; also to the report of Dr. ' Dennett hereto 
appended. 

FINANCIALLY 

Your Committee found themselves perplexed at the very 
outset. After careful estimates, a certain sum was fixed 
upon as necessary to carry the schools through the year. 
This sum the town voted ; but added also another vote, that 
a fence should be placed around the Greenwood School 
house. To carry out this vote has cost about seven hundred 



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dollars ; and, as a result, we have quite a number of bills 
now due, which must await the next appropriation for 
incidental expenses. 

.EXPENSE REPORTS. 

Considerable time and labor have been given, by a com- 
mittee, consisting of Messrs. Chick and Bunton, to prepare, 
in detail, a report of the incidental expenses for each school, 
that the town may understand fully just where the money 
appropriated is expended. 

It will be noticed that certain expenses cannot be divided, 
but must be charged to the schools as a whole. 

DISTRICT LINES 

Are giving much trouble. In the location of the school 
houses, the Grew building is much more central than the 
others, and, as a result, is constantly crowded. Parents and 
guardians resist having their children sent to other schools 
at a greater distance ; and the result is constant irritation. 
Every room in the Grew building is now occupied, and 
filled to overflowing ; and, unless the town will provide some 
further rooms, the district lines will have to be drawn a little 
nearer to the Grew building, and a larger number be thrown 
into the outlying districts. 

VOCAL MUSIC. 

Mr. H. J. Whittemore has given weekly lessons in each 
school through the year, and has oversight of the practice in 
this department. His efforts have been generally successful. 
New text and practice books have been adopted in this 
branch, recently, and still better results may be expected in 
the future. 

dr. Dennett's report 
Gives but a part of the Work actually performed, in con- 
nection with his examinations. The valuable advice given, 
the questions answered, the prescriptions, etc., are not a 
matter of record. 



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EDUCATIONAL STATISTICS. 



We append a table of Educational Statistics including 
expenditures, attendance, relative standing of Hyde Park 
in educational matters, as compared with other towns of the 
State, and other valuable items of information for the entire 
period since the town was incorporated. This table will be 
found interesting and perhaps useful for future reference. 

ORAL EXAMINATIONS 

At the end of the school year, have been largely substituted 
for the former exhibitions. These exhibitions were almost en- 
tirely foreign to the regular school work, and gave parents and 
friends attending them, little or no opportunity to judge of 
the work of the year, while the examination is entirely upon 
the subjects covered by the school work. 

GROWTH IN TEACHERS 

Is necessary to the highest success. A teacher must obtain 
intellectual daily bread, as well as give it. The enthusiasm 
of new ideas, and new attainments, will kindle an enthusiasm 
in pupils. Let a teacher strive to be distinguished in some 
branch of science, or art, and though it may be a branch 
never taught directly in the school-room, other branches 
will be taught the better for it. And again, and with still 
greater emphasis, it will keep the hard lines from gathering 
about the mouth, and preserve the sweetness and sympathy, 
without which, let no one presume to stand as teacher in the 
presence of the young. 

HEALTH 

In Swiss schools, pupils spend one-fifth of their time in 
physicial exercises, the diseased and feeble still more. Our 
schools ought to be sanitariums, and our teachers so skilled 
in hygiene that children shall be sent to school because they 



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are weak, as well as because they are ignorant, and because 
they need physical culture, as well as because they need 
intellectual culture.. The family physician ought to find in 
the teacher his most valuable co-worker and aid. 

Without doubt, about one-half of the time spent in the 
school room is worse than wasted. That is, with one-half of 
the time now spent in the school room, better intellectual 
aud physicial results could be obtained, than at present. 
Still, there seems no remedy at present. We cannot shorten 
the number of school years and so reach the result desired. 
Growth is essential ; and, for this, time is necessary. A five 
year child cannot think a ten year thought. Again, we can- 
not well shorten the daily school hours ; for, in cities and 
large villages, children have no employment out of school, 
and would be thrown into the streets, to absorb every kind 
of evil. The children of Hyde Park, in common with- many 
others, await, wearily, the advent of some wise philanthro- 
pist, who shall contrive and provide safe, healthful, pleasant 
and instructive, out of door amusements for the younger 
pupils of our schools, and for the older pupils, healthful, 
regular, and useful, out of door employment. 

In behalf of the Committee, 

ANDREW WASHBURN, 

Chairman ~ 



101 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

Mr. John F. Elliot, Principal. 

Miss Mary M. Coleman, Miss Minnie G. Clark, Assistants. 

The High School has been favored, during the past year, 
with. the same corps of efficient teachers as it had the year 
(before. This fact is worthy of mention, because it is cred- 
itable alike to scholars and to teachers. The discipline of 
the school has been excellent ; the training, careful and vigi- 
lant ; and the instruction, fall and accurate. 

The scholars are impressed with the truth, that their edu- 
cation consists not only in thoroughly mastering the lessons 
of the text-books, but also in restraining evil tendencies, 
and in developing, day by day, the best powers and capa- 
bilities of body, mind and heart. 

By means of the joint and harmonious action of the 
Selectmen, the Fire Department and the School Committee, 
a cistern, with the capacity of about forty thousand gallons, 
has been constructed on the school grounds. This cistern 
will furnish an abundant supply of pure water to the schol- 
ars of the High School, of the Advanced Grammar Class, 
and of the little Everett ; and it will also prove to be an 
invaluable aid to the Fire Department in promptly extin- 
guishing any fire that may break out in Everett square and 
.vicinity. 

It is recommended that, during the vacation of the coming 
summer, a face-wall, similar to that on Hyde Park avenue, 
be built along the school grounds fronting on Everett street, 
and all the repairs the school building actually needs be fully 
complete^ . 

The High School is meriting and is winning golden opin- 
ions. It should never fail to receive unwavering support 
and patronage. 

HENRY HYDE SMITH, 
ANDREW WASHBURN, * 
EDMUND DAVIS, 

Local Committee. 



102 



Whole number of different scholars during the year 
Average number of scholars during the year 

" attendance during the year . 
Percentage of attendance during the year . 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year 
" janitor's salary " ' k 

"■ expended for fuel •' " 

iS " incidentals during the year 



83 




63 




60 




95 




. $2,800 00 


150 


00 


5 


70 


. . 81 


04 



ADVANCED GKAMMAR CLASS. 



'Miss Estelle M. Hatch, Teacher. 

This class has passed its experimental year, and is well 
advanced .in its first year of established success. Its creation 
was not effected to satisfy the caprice of the committee, bat 
tc fertilize a barren interval lying between the Grammar 
and High Schools. We were strongly fortified in our action, 
by the citizens of the town very numerously petitioning us 
to provide for the then existing need. Many possible solu- 
tions of the problem suggested themselves, and the most 
feasible method seemed to be the one adopted. One very 
natural and desirable plan, was to give to each master in 
the Grammar Schools an additional class ; but here we were, 
confronted with two grave obstacles, first, the confusion which ■ 
arises from many classes in the same room, and secondly, 
the positive necessity of assistant teachers in the masters' 
rooms. This last obstacle was a very vital one, viz : — four 
salaried teachers to shock the financial nerve of the com- 
munity. The present class groups what would have been 
four classes under the method just cited, and places it under 



103 

one teacher. Now, aside from economic reasons, there is 
one palpable benefit derived, which is the undivided and 
concentrated attention of teacher and scholars to one line of 
teaching and study. This class was established to supple- 
ment the work of the Grammar Schools ; to the end, that 
the High School might receive scholars better equipped for 
the work it provides. Another plan which was fully con- 
sidered, was to attach a class to the High School as a pre- 
paratory cjass. The objections to this were two fold : first, 
the present corps of teachers was fully employed ; second, 
it would have intensified au adverse criticism, already strong 
that the stauclard of admission to the High School was too 
low. In general, we have received the cordial support of 
our towns-people in our action. A few, faint, ill-defined 
murmurings, have reached us with reference to our impair- 
ing the dignity of the other schools, and the undesirability 
of having a female succeed a male teacher. 

To the first complaint we simply give denial, plain, clear 
and emphatic ; no such thought has -ever insinuated itseK 
into our minds, neither has it been invoked. We shall en- 
deavor in the future, as in the past, to give to every grade 
proper attention and respect, and shall hope in return for 
the heartiest co-operation on the part of the teachers 
and scholars in the several schools. The word should 
constantly be, go forivard; through all the grades, Pri- 
mary, Grammar and High, even to collegiate attainment if 
possible. 

To the complaint with reference to females succeeding 
male teachers, we have only to say that this is an old method, 
as pupils have always passed from the master's room to the 
immediate care of female assistants in the High School. We 
hold male and female teachers to be the peers of each other 
save in two respects, viz : muscular and financial; the last 
is the saving cause of our biased action. The preceding ex- 
planation would not have been entered into so fully, if we 
did not know that this class is an innovation on the system 



104 

of the past. Miss Estelle M. Hatch continues in charge of 
this class with marked success ; her efforts have been untir- 
ing and have been prolific or good results. 

E. I. HUMPHREY, 
EDMUND DAVIS, 
ANDREW WASHBURN, 

Local Committee. 

Whole number of different scholars during the year . 50 

Average number of scholars during the year* . . 24.29 

* attendance during the year . . . . 22.8 

Percentage of attendance during the year . . . 94.3 

Amount of teacher's salary during the year . . $600 00 

" janitor's salary (included in High school.) 

" expended for fuel " " " 

" " incidentals during the year . . 153 27 



* This apparently low average is the result of joining in one computa- 
tion two classes, neither of which was a part of the school at the same 
time with the other. For each class average, etc., during the time of its 
attendance, see statistical reports on a subsequent page. 



DAMON SCHOOL. 



Edward W. Cross, Master. 

Lizzie D. Bunker, Julia E. Donovan, Sarah A. Crosby, Mar- 
garet E. Bertram, Maria V. Rooney (from .September 27, 1881,) 
Alice B. White (to October 1, 1881,) Mary E. Bowen (to June 
24, 1881,) Ellen Clifford (from October 1 to December 23, 1881,) 
Teachers. 

Of the teachers named in the above roster, Miss White 
was transferred, at her request, to the Greenwood school,- 
Miss Clifford succeeding her in charge of Class XL, and 



105 

ending her connection with it, and with the school, at the 
beginning of the Christmas vacation ; Miss Bo wen had one 
of the divisions of Class XII., and retired when both divi- 
sions were consolidated under Miss Bertram ; when sub- 
division of that class again became necessary , Miss Rooney 
was selected to teach the second division. The whole of 
Class XII. is now under the charge of Miss Rooney, and 
Class XI. under Miss Bertram. The other teachers have been 
in charge of the same classes as during several years past. 

The school has, as a whole, given more than usual satis- 
faction to the Committee during the year just ended. We 
have observed with pleasure increased efforts on the part of 
teachers to care for the interests and well-being of their 
pupils, physically as well as intellectually, in a most thor- 
ough and intelligent manner. Apparently, the scholars have 
responded to this with a far greater application to study, and 
a more prompt and universal obedience to discipline, than 
ever before. As a consequence, we find, what we should 
naturally expect to find, much greater proficiency in their 
lessons and advancement in knowledge. Therefore, we con- 
gratulate the present teachers, and the scholars, of the 
Damon school, on their past year ; and we are glad to know 
that our favorable judgment is heartily seconded by the 
parents of the attending children. It gives us the more 
gratification to be "able to conscientiously say this, because 
in the past we have felt compelled at times, to be somewhat 
censorious. Of our opinion of our teachers, it is enough to 
say that their retention in their respective places is the best 
evidence of our satisfaction with, and confidence in them. 
• The results of the examinations, both oral and written, 
were, for the most part, quite favorable ; and it will not be 
thought invidious for us to note that the average mark of the 
graduates of the fifth class last summer was higher than that 
of the same class in any other school. 

Considering our report to be supplemental to the general 
report, we pass over without comment those features which 



106 

are common to all the schools, such as the very evident 
improvement resulting from the changes in the course of 
study, and the adoption of new text books, made in 1880, 
the good results of substituting an annual oral examination 
for the mimic theatricals formerly given under the name of 
"exhibitions" ; etc. And we can notice, simply, without 
attempting to particularize, the use and practice of many 
devices to stimulate the interest of the scholars, and invest 
the pursuit of knowledge with the charm of novelty. We 
always observe such efforts of teachers with feelings of 
sympathy and approbation, modified, only, by the reflection 
that the hours of school-time are few, and that constant care 
is needed lest pursuits, in themselves harmless, or ev m 
desirable, trench upon the time absolutely required for the 
acquisition of solid knowledge. But all systems and meth- 
ods of instruction are, as yet, experimental, and a tentative 
disposition in a teacher is a very commendable quality. 

The rate of attendance in this school has been considera- 
bly below the average, the past year. This is, in some 
degree, owing to the prevalence of "mumps" among the 
scholars last fall, to such an extent that, at one time, more 
than eighty were sick. • The absence of all attacked, or 
threatened with the disease was enforced by the Committee, 
in accordance with medical advice, until such scholars should 
bring from a physician a certificate of their safe sanitary 
condition, (such certificate being provided without cost to 
the scholar. ) This course wps adopted to prevent farther 
spread of the disease among the scholars in this, and the 
other schools, and appears to have been effective. The rate 
of attendance is, also, greatly affected by many scholars 
staying out to work in the mills, as long as the law allows, 
and then resuming attendance for such length of time as will 
qualify them for another period of absence. 

The condition of the buildings and rooms, with all their 
appointments, is good. True economy would dictate the 
putting of one coat of paint over the outside of the build- 



107 

ings next summer, but this can, and, probably, will have to be 
postponed. The walls and ceilings of the class-rooms ought 
to be whitened, as well for sanitary, as for ornamental rea- 
sons. Considerable improvements have been made in the 
cellar, such as the construction of coal-bin, ash-sifter, and 
a receptacle for ashes, hardening of the floor, etc., with 
very gratifying results, in freedom from dust through- 
out the building, greater purity of air, and general clean- 
liness. 

Of the amount set down in the statistics subjoined to this 
report, as expended for incidentals for this school, is includ- 
ed the sum of $144.50 paid for books supplied to indigent 
scholars. The amount so paid in all the other schools aggre- 
gates only $28.49. By statute it is obligatory on the Com- 
mittee to, so supply books. Deducting the above sum, we 
find the net amount here expended for ordinary incidentals 
to be only $185.68. The smallness of this expenditure, 
as compared with that of the other grammar schools, is 
doubtless, owing, in a great measure, to the thoroughness 
of the repairs made in and around the building two years 
ago. 

In the Damon building there is one, and, a part of the time, 
another room unused. , If some means could be provided 
for the safe transit of the children living south of Mother 
Brook and between the two railroads, so that all of them 
could be sent here, it would relieve the over-crowded Grew 
building, and result to the benefit of both scholars and 
teachers. 

We have been' obliged to, reluctantly, dispense with the 
services of Mr. Clapp, for a long time the efficient janitor 
of the Damon. Mr. Bond, his successor, promises to be an 
equally meritorious custodian. 

EDMUND DAVIS, 
HENRY HYDE SMITH, 

Local Committee. 



108 



Whole number of different scholars during the year 
Average number of scholars during the year 

" attendance during the year . 
Percentage of attendance during the year ' . 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year 
" janitor's salary " " 

" expended for fuel " " 

" " incidentals during the year 



385 




' 276.3 


223.99 


81.07 


,644 


00 


150 


00 


308 


82 


330 


IS 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Master. — Henry F. Howard. 

Teachers. — Annie L. Howe, Ella J. Stocking, Hattie M. H. 
Darling, Jennie S. Hammond, Helen A. Perry, Hattie E. Adams, 
since October, 1881. 

Your Committee are glad to report the Fairmount School 
still enjoying the general confidence and regard of the com- 
munity, and in it a steady growth both in numbers and 
character. 

The teachers appointed last year are doing excellent work ; 
and their present success not only justifies the selections 
made by the Committee, but illustrated the value of expe- 
rience in actual teaching, as a requisite of entirely satisfac- 
tory results. 

The prosperity of the town and consequent increase in the 
number of pupils made it necessary, at the commencement 
of the Fall Term, to separate the VII. and VIII. Classes, and 
to employ an additional teacher. As there was but one 
teacher in the building, not a resident of Hyde Park, and as 
some variety of education and experience is desirable, it 
was decided to employ a teacher from abroad, and Miss 
Hattie E. Adams was selected. Miss Adams had been edu- 
cated principally in Lexington, the seat of the first Normal 



109 

School in America, and showed a very successful experience 
as a teacher, for some years, in that vicinity. The selection 
has proved thus far very satisfactory. 

In the general management of the school, a constant visitor 
would notice, and approve the following new features. Great 
attention is paid to uniformity of temperature ; and a record 
is kept by Mr. Howard, the Principal, of the readings of all 
the thermometers in the building, for each school season. 

The cold air for the furnaces is now taken from outside, 
instead of from the basement, as heretofore ; thus securing 
greater purity and healthfulness. 

Particular care is taken of the younger scholars, to guard 
them against draughts, to remove rubbers or other overshoes 
while in the school room, and to have the pupils properly 
wrapped for out-door exercise. 

Excellent use is made of the Supplementary Readers sup- 
plied by the Committee. They are greatly enjoyed by the 
pupils, and their use has secured greater facility of utter- 
ance, and greater naturalness of expression. 

In Mr. Howard's room, the V. and VI. Classes have been 
much interested in selecting, and bringing to the desk* short 
extracts from the daily newspapers, of important items of 
financial, or historical interest. A few moments each week 
is devoted to reading these extracts, and to remarks upon 
them.. In this way an interest is awakened to observe the 
history of the present, and the pupils are instructed in what 
every American citizen needs to know. 

The Composition Books, now furnished each pupil, and in 
which a, permanent record is kept of each effort, are creating 
greater interest and more care and exactness in the use of 
written language. 

The letter writing on slates, by the lower classes, deserves 
special commendation. It is greatly enjoyed by the pupils, 
and some excellent specimens have been offered. 

Light gymnastic exercises are performed daily in all the 
classes. And it is worthy of remark that, at the close of 



no 

the long session, a marked change was noticeable in favor of 
those classes which entered, with energy, into these physical 
exercises. 

In this connection, we are glad to mention that at the close 
of the school year, the parents and friends present at the 
examination chose a committee consisting of Messrs. W. F. 
Ward, H. F. Howard, and A. Washburn, who should under- 
take to furnish gymnasium facilities for the pupils of the 
school. This committee has secured already, and expended 
for the purpose indicated, about one hundred dollars ; and 
is now endeavoring to fit up as a gymnasium, and play-room 
for the girls, and younger boys, the excellent basement of 
the school building. The advantage of such a place for re- 
creation, in cold or stormy weather, can hardly be overrated. 

Very successful public exercises were held, at the close of 
the Fall Term, consisting of studies, and recitations, in various 
forms, from the lives and works of several eminent American 
poets. The result showed a successful effort to awaken an 
interest in good literature ; and so to prevent the too fre- 
quent waste, or worse than waste, of time of youth upon 
useless or harmful reading. We trust the zeal shown by the 
upper classes of the school in this work will not abate. 

As an mcentive to prompt and regular attendance, and 
good order in filing, banners have been prepared, and one 
is placed, for the week, upon the door of the room of the 
class standing first, in either of these particulars, for the 
preceding week. Increased punctuality and a marked im- 
provement in the filing has been effected ; and the method 
has proved a very pleasant and satisfactory one. 

To the excellent corps of teachers of the Fairmount school 
the gratitude of parents, and the thanks of the Committee are 
due, for their kindlv, patient, persistent labors in behalf of 
the pupils entrusted to their care. 

A. WASHBURN, 
HENRY S. BUNTON, - 

Local Committee. 



Ill 



Whole number of different scholars during the year 
Average number of scholars during the year 

" attendance during the j^ear . 
Percentage of attendance during the year . 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year 
," janitor's salary " " 

" expended for fuel " " 

" " incidentals during the year 



351 


269.5 


237.6 


88.1 


,579 50 


150 00 


263 86 


280 83 



GEEENWOOD SCHOOL. 

J. Langdon Curtis, Master. 

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

The present satisfactory condition of the school attests 
the faithfulness and efficiency of its corps of instructors, the 
high standard of the past having been well maintained dur- 
ing the year which is now closing-. 

The substitution of an oral examination for the annual 
exhibition, has proved a salutary innovation on the usage 
of former years, and has' given to those who seldom or 
never visit the school, except on public occasions, the oppor- 
tunity to pass judgment on the methods employed and work 
accomplished. 

The increasing number of primary scholars necessitated 
the opening of a new room during the fall term. The sup- 
ply of second-hand school furniture belonging to the town 
was found to be exhausted, and the limited amount of funds 
at our disposal admonished us to be prudent in the matter of 
expenditure. With some painstaking, we succeeded in 
procuring furniture at a modest cost, and in fitting up the 
room neatly, though veiy economically, Under the new 



112 

arrangement, the primary classes were placed, respectively, 
under the charge of the following teachers: — Class X., 
Miss G#ge ; Class XL, Miss Farns worth; Class XII., 
Miss Alice B. White, who was transferred from the 
Damon school, where she had taught acceptably for several 
years. 

In last year's report we suggested the propriety of suita- 
bly fencing and grading the school grounds, not anticipating 
that the seed thus sown, would speedily bring forth fruit. 
But the current year's appropriation for school incidentals, 
when voted by the town, was coupled with the condition 
that it should include the cost of such fencing. In accord- 
ance with which vote, the Board advertised for proposals, 
and in due time the contract was awarded to Mr. Charles 
Haley, who was the lowest bidder. The work was com- 
pleted during the summer vacation, to the entire satisfaction 
of the sub-committee having charge of same, and has 
received the approval of the dtizens of the district. 

During the present winter, the heating apparatus has 
proved inadequate for the six rooms now in use. A large 
size Chilson furnace, in perfect order, having been offered us 
for about one-quarter the' cost of the new castings, we have 
purchased it, and it is now being placed in position! With 
two large brick furnaces, our provision for heating will be 
ample for all future needs. 

HENRY S. BUNTON, 

CHARLES G. CHICK, 

Local Committee. 

Whole number of different scholars during the year 
Average number of scholars during the year 

" attendance during the year . 
Percentage of attendance during the year . 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year 

"' janitor's salary " " 

* " expended for fuel " is 

" " incidentals during the year 



350 




265 




233 




88 




. $3,114 00 


150 


00 


316 


32 


309 


74 



113 

GREW SCHOOL. 

Franklin H. Dean, Master. 

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

Again the time has arrived when by our custom we 
are required to report upon the condition of this school. 

Perhaps it would be enough for us to say that, during the 
past year, the able teachers who have long had charge of the 
classes, have been continued in their respective positions. 
Deeming any change of teachers, without good cause, a 
misfortune ; we have endeavored to maintain the same 
organization as long as possible. This, of itself, serves to 
increase the efficiency of each succeeding year's work. 

The school is in good condition throughout. The scholars 
are, as a rule, prompt in attendance and recitation, and show 
much interest in their work. The tenth class in arithmetic, 
with the fifth and sixth classes in analysis and parsing, are to 
be especially commended for their zeal and proficiency. 

In the lower grades, there has been more absence from 
sickness than last year, but the work has not been materially 
impaired. We were much gratified with the attendance of 
many of our citizens at the public examination held at the 
close of the last school year, and feel that, notwithstanding 
the fact of teachers and scholars being somewhat tired by 
their efforts, the result was of much benefit to all concerned. 
. The registers of the school show the number of scholars 
actually connected with the various classes, at the present 
time, to be considerably above four hundred. These scholars 
now occupy the eight rooms of the building, and as the 
number in each grade is not arid cannot be made uniform, 
it follows that some rooms have more pupils than they can 
properly accommodate ; this is especially true of the ninth 
class. Efforts have been made to relieve this room, by trans- 
ferring a few scholars to the Fairmount school. In view, of 



114 

the crowded condition of this building, and the 'inconvenience 
of requiring any of these scholars to attend either of the 
other schools under existing circumstances, some action of 
the town tending to its relief is desirable. 

This may be done by providing a safe way to the Damon 
or Fairmount schools, or by establishing a new school on 
Central Park avenue, beyond Messrs. Bleakie & Co.'s 
factory. 

The building is in good repair, but the play-grounds, not- 
withstanding the expenditures of considerable sums of money 
thereon during the past two years, are not in the condition 
we could desire. The location and surface of this yard are 
such that without a large expenditure the evil must remain. 

Your committee would gladly hail a special appropriation 
for the purpose of putting these grounds in proper 
condition. 

CHARLES G. CHICK, 
E. I. HUMPHREY, 

Local Committee. 



Whole number of different scholars during the year 
Average number of scholars during the year 

4 ' attendance during the year . 
Percentage of attendance during the year . 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year 
" janitor's salary " " 

" expended for fuel " " 

" " incidentals during the 3 r ear 



401 


362 


90.2 


. $4,330 50 


150 00 


475 54 


270 78 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 
Miss Mary E. Rogers, Teacher. 
The "little Everett" goes on its juvenile way much the 



same as in former years, 
kindly and successfully. 



Miss Rogers still guides the class 
Primary classes are entitled to,* 



115 



and ouo;ht to receive a full share of attention. Fathers 
and mothers should make the transit of their little ones from 
home teaching to school teaching, as free as possible from 
the shock of perceptible change. . 

Frequent visits and mutual effort with the teacher, will 
engraft the loving kindness of home upon the school. 

E. I. HUMPHKEY, • 

Local Committee. 



Whole number of different scholars during the year 
Average number of scholars during the year 
" attendance during the year . . 
Percentage of attendance during the year . 

Amount of teacher's salary during the year 

" janitor's salary (included in High School.) 

" expended for fuel (included in High School.) 
" " incidentals during the, year 



85 
55 
45 

81.8 

$450 00 



$31 16 



EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Sybel G. Brown (to April 1st, 1881,) Teacher; Sarah C. Brown 
(to April 1st, 1881,) Assistant Teacher. 

Achsa M. Merrill (to April 1st, 1881,) F. H. Dean (from 
October 1st, 1881,) D. G. Thompson (from October 17, 1881,) 
Teachers; Mary E. Bowen (from October 17, 1881,) Achsa M. 
Merrill (from October 1st, 1881,) Assistant Teachers. 

Evening schools in Hyde Park have not prospered as we 
would wish ; although good teachers and excellent facilities 
have been provided. Schools have been established in the 
Damon and Grew buildings ; the former, commencing Oct. 
17, 188 i, under the charge of Mr. D. G. Thompson, princi- 
pal, and Miss Mary E. Bowen, assistant ; the ' latter, 



commencing Oct. 3, 1881, under the charge of Mr. F. EL 
Dean, principal, and Mrs. A. M. Merrill, assistant. Both 
schools have run to the present time, and are still having a 
passably successful existence. We incline to the belief that 
the town will do well to make still further effort to establish 
evening schools. It is a prize worth winning, if even a few 
of those who are destined to be of our permanent popula- 
tion can be lifted to a higher intelligence. Proprietors of 
mills' and other employers , can do much to infuse an 
interest in the evening schools. Many employes would 
need but a timely word of encouragement to induce them to> 
redeem their earlier neglected opportunity, or previously 
denied privilege. The present evening schools have quite a 
number of studious and earnest scholars ; the principal 
existing trouble is irregular attendance. 

E. I, HUMPHREY,. 

• . Local Committee* 



EEPORT OF SCHOOLS. 



Assistants 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Principal — JOHN F. ELLIOT. 
Mary M. Coleman and Minnie C Clark. 



Jan.l, to June 30,1881. 



T. Class. 
II. Class. 

III. Class . 

IV. Class. 



Sept. 1, to Dec. 31, 1881. 



I. Class. 

II. Class. 

mi. Class. 

IV. Class. 





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f 3 ~ 


bi,n 








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> 4) 

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£ 


% 


« 


11 


11 


10.5 


10 


9.3 


8.6 


ai 


24 


22.9 


24 


23 


21.8 


10 


10 


9.8 


20 


20 


19.2 


15 


15 


14.6 


11 


10.5 


10 



95 4 
92.3 
95.4 
94.8 



98 



97 
94.6 



Ph5 



99. g 
100 



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100 
99.9 
99.9 
S9.4 



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. 9 



Pupils not absent nor tardy during the year. — lennie M. Brooks, Elinor Roberts 
Jennie H. Sowle. John L.' Kerr, Albert K. Page, Agnes G. Gay. 



ADVANCED GRAMMAR CLASS. 

Estelle M. Hatch, Teacher. 

From January 1, to June SO, 1881. 

Whole number of pupils... 16 

Average whole number ., ., 15 1-3 

Average attendance 14 1-3 

Per cent, of attendance 93.5 

Per cent, of punctuality 92 

Number not absent 3 

Number uot tardy 2 

From September 1, to December 31, 1881. 

Whole number of pupils 34. 

Average whole number 33 1-4 

Average attendance 31.6 

Per cent, of attendance 95 

Per cent, of punctuality. .„ . . 98.4 

N a mber not absent 17 

Nil mber not tardy 20 

Pupils neither absent nor tardy since entering the school Sept. 5 — Nathaniel Bo'l- 
well, jr., Daisy A. Billiard, Gertrude V. Chamberlain, Prank J. Cook, Carrie M. Greys, 
Frank K. Heustis, Wilfred A. Joubert, Katie McNally, William Perkins, Arthur W. 
Piper, Albert H. Rhodes, Marelia L. Rich, Maud J. Sloan. 



118 
DAMON SCHOOL. 









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Edward Badger, Charles Swinton 



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A. E. Gage 

E. M. Farnsworth. 
A. B. White 



Perfect in attendance during the year. 
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Gertrude Chamberlain, Maggie Forbes, 



GREW SCHOOL. 



Jan. 1 to 
June 30, 

1881. 



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Lucina Dunbar 

Mary Morey 

M. A. Alexander 

Genevieve Brainard 

Leila E. Perry 

Florence E. Leadbeater. 

Frank H. Dean... 

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F. J. Emerson 

Lucina Dunbar 

Mary Morey 

M.A.Alexander 

Genevieve B.'ainard.... 
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Florence E. Leadbeater 
Leila E. Perry 



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120 
EVERETT SCHOOL. 



January 1, 
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1881. 



Class XI. 
Class XII. 

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DB. DENNETT'S REPORT. 



Andrew AVashburnt, Esq., Chairman of the School Com- 
mittee of Hyde Park:— 

Dear Sir, — Having looked over the records of this year's 
examination of the eyes of the scholars, and compared them 
with those of the previous examination, I beg leave to 
submit the following report : — 

The method pursued was exactly the same as that 
previously adopted, but scholars who had been present 
before were only detained long enough to establish the fact 
that no material change had taken place. 

Seventeen (17) of the scholars who were found last year 
to be far sighted appeared tjiis year without any symptoms 
of that trouble and their names should be removed from the 
list that appeared as class one, in the printed report. 

Their names are as follows : — 

Frank Austin. John Coonts. 

Martha Hampson. Robert Johnson. 

Hildreth McFarland. Milly Sturtevant. 

Georgie Ray. Cornelius Meade. 

Jennie M. Brooks. Eugene Clark. 

Frank Dolan. Annie Kendall. 

Harry Stevens. Tilly Strachan. 

Lizzie Ray. Edna Walker. 
Helena Starr. 

* There are eighteen (18) names to be added to the list of 
the far sighted; most of these scholars were either absent or 



122 



not connected with the school during the time when the first 
examination was in progress. 
They are : — 



Agnes Flernming. 
Edward Rooney. 
Freddie Fogg. 
Otto Pierce. 
Josephine Costello. 
George Sherman. 
Hannah Sheehan. 
Edna Shaw. 
Georgia Starr. 



Nettie Riley. 
Hattie Washburn. 
Mary Duxbury. 
James O'Hearn. 
Robert Jackson. 
Grace F. Eustis. 
Harry Bickmore. 
Meona Dunn. 
Louis J. Whittemore. 



Nine (9) who appeared to be somewhat near sighted last 
year are not so this. 
They are : — 



Nellie Sanborn. 
Eddie Tripp. 
Louis Radell. 
Charles Harmon. 



Katie Sandeen. 
Clara Rodgers. 
Albert Page. 
Charles Grant. 



Jennie Eames. 



Thirty-three (33) new cases of near sight were found 
this year. 
They are : — 



J. H. Lane. 
Nellie Kingston. 
Emma Timberlake. 
Clarence Hobart. 
Maud Laurison. 
Calvin P. Fellows. 
Gertrude Collins. 
Emma Foss. 
Lizzie Hodgkinson. 
Fred McGowan. 
W. Morrison. 
Carrie Pendleton. 



Willine Morris. 
Lillie Hill. 
Daniel Taj lor. 
Bridget Rooney. 
Eddie White. 
Eva Shaw. 
Addie Morrison. 
Willard Estey. 
George Hanchett. 
Florence Lane. 
Nellie McDermott. 
Walter Nutter. 



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Frank Rodgers. 
Nettie Reagan. 
Ada Tovvnsend. 
Ida F. Weld. 



Kate Rooney. 
H. E. Richardson. 
George Shepard. 
Frank Tyler. 



Only two (2) of those who were reported as belonging* to 
class III. last year, and probably astigmatic, have been found 
to have perfectly good sight now. 

They are : — 

Hildreth McFarland. Julia McDonough. 

It was thought best this year to place in class three, not 
only the astigmatic, but all those whose vision was imperfect 
in either eye ; consequently, the following seventy-two (72) 
names are added to this class. Some of these are new 
scholars; but many of them were examined last jeav, and 
the imperfections only noticed as attendant on their being 
near-sighted, or far-sighted, or, at the time, suffering from 
some temporary or incidental disease. 

They are : — 



Lillie Hill. 
W. Lewis. 
Frank White. 
Willie Tomlinson. 
Sumner Higgins. 
Bridget Rooney. 
Ellis Littlefield. 
Frank White. 
Albert Soule. 
Harry Green. 
Jennie Richardson. 
Lizzie Neal. 
Mary Downey. 
James Bain. 
James Holmes. 
Fannie Preston. 
Edna Farns worth. 
Rose Gidney. 



Amy Mercer. 
Albert Welch. 
Mamie Slanner. 
Frank Eames. 
Jennie Venchenburg. 
Ruby Bridgman. 
Sarah McAulney. 
Flossie Hoogs. 
Lulu Malcom. 
Annie Kelley. 
Mary Riley. 
Meona Dunn. 
John Curran. 
Mabel Hill. 
Charles Rahell. 
Minnie Clark. 
Flossie Davis. 
Gertie Lynde. 



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Frank Bridgrnan. 
Walter Van Slyke. 
John McCoy. 
Lucy Kennedy. 
Michael Wallace. 
Bessie Kelsey. 
Joseph Ryan. 
Hanw Vose. 
Thomas Cowan. 
Sarah Terry , 
Edward Pilman. 
Sarah Wood. 
Bessie Long. 
Ritchie Drummond. 
John Subhl. 
Archie McNalley. 
Katie Butler. 
J. Heustis. 



Mary Belcher. 
Frank Cobb. 
Mary Leonard. 
Minnie Cannon. 
Grace Brostrom. 
Arthur Davis. 
Annie Grant. 
Robert Bass. 
Willie Tracy. 
Elmer Fowler. 
Bertha H. Pepperell. 
Grace Gidney. 
Augusta Swanton. 
Patrick Kelley. 
Daniel Quinn. 
Mary Roome. 
Peter McGowan. 
Dora Wiggin. 



There was one new case of strabismus, — Otto Pierce; 
and one of injury to the eye, from external violence, since 
last year, — Eddie Hall. 

The proportion of normal and abnormal eyes is much the 
same as last year, and the percentage of the different classes 
and different schools is so nearly what it was before, that it 
is not at all worth while to revise the tables so soon. 

I paid to Miss Wilmot, for her services as assistant, three 
dollars a day for ten days ; for one or two partial clays' work, 
which she did, she was good enough to make no charge. 

Thanking the committee for their kindness in allowing me 
to carry on the examinations in a manner satisfactory to 
myself, and to report on them at my convenience, I remain, 

Very respectfully yours, 



WILLIAM S. DENNETT. 



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INDEX. 



PAGE 

Applicants for a id 43 

Appropriation for the current year 50 

Assessors, Report of. '. 46 

Auditor's certificate . 52 

Births 53 

Board of Health, Report of 39 

By-Laws 65 

Collector of Taxes, Report of 47 

Deaths 57 

Debt of Town 50 

Dr. Dennett's Report 121 

Educational Statistics .» 125 

Engineers, Report of .' ' . 11 

Expenditures, Detailed statement of * 15 

" for the current year 50 

Fire Department 29 

" " List of officers 14 

Fires , List of 13 

Fuel and Janitors (Schools) . 16 

Highways, Selectmen's report of 5 

" Expenditures on.. 24 

Incidentals, Expenditures for 23 

Marriages 53 

Officers, List of To wn 3 

Overseers of Poor, Report of 43 

Persons aided by town, Li?t of 43 

Police, Expenditures for 33 

Poor, Expenditures on account of 35 

Public Library, Expenses of 32 

" " Report of Treasurer of 64 

" Trustees of 61 

Salaries of Town Officers • 31 

Schools (Teachers' Salaries) 15 

School Committee, Report of ,.. 97 

School Iuciden tal Expen ses , 23^ 

Sealer of Weights- and Measures, Report of... 42 

Selectmen, Report of 5 

Sinking Fund, Report of Commissioners of • 51 

Police Report 9 

Taxation, rate of... 46 

Tax Payers, List of Resident 73 

" " Non-Resident • 87 

Town Clerk, Report of 53 

Town Hall Building 34 

Town Treasurer, Report of - 48