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FIFTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK, 



KEPOETS OF THE SELECTMEN, TKUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC 

LIBRARY, SCHOOL COMMITTEE, AND OTHER 

TOWN OFFICERS. 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31st, 1883. 




HYDE PARK: 

PRESS OF THE NOHPOLK aOTTlSTT^- GAZETTE. 

1883. 



OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK, 

For the Year ending March 5, 1883. 



SELECTMEN AND SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS: 

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



ASSESSORS : 

GEORGE SANFORD, JOEL F. GOODWIN, 

GEORGE B. KERR. 



BOARD OF HEALTH : 

FRANCIS L. GERALD, JOEL F. GOODWIN, 

JOHN TERRY. 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR: 

JOHN TERRY terra expires 1883. 

GEORGE B. WARREN term expires 1884. 

JOEL F. GOODWIN term expires 1885. 



TOWN CLERK 

HENRY B. TERRY. 



town treasurer: 
HENRY S. BUNTON. 



COLLECTOR OF TAXES: 

GEORGE SANFORD. 

Appointed by Selectmen to fill vacancy caused by death of 

Joseph B. Quimby. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE: 

HENRY S. BUNTON term expires 1883. 

EDWARD I. HUMPHREY .... term expires 1883. 
GEORGE M. FELLOWS, chosen to fill vacancy 

caused by resignation of Edwin R. Walker, term expires 1883. 

CHARLES G. CHICK term expires 1884. 

ANDREW WASHRURN term expires 1884. 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON . . . . term expires 1885. 



SINKXNG FUND COMMISSIONERS: 

WILLIAM J. STUART term expires 1883. 

HENRY BLASDALE term expires 1884. 

HENRY GREW term expires 1885. 



AUDITORS : 

G. FRED GRIDLEY, GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, 

WILLIAM D. OVERELL, 

CONSTABLES : 

ROBERT SCOTT, JR. PATRICK J. DONLAN, JOHN P. DUNN, 

JAMES F. PEPPEARD, REUBEN CORSON, 

DANIEL O'CONNELL, THOMAS MURRAY, 

ANSIL C. CLARK, JOSEPH B. QUIMBY. 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES : 

HIRAM W. EAMES. (resigned.) 

WILLIAM HEUSTIS, appointed to fill vacancy. 



FIRE department: 

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



REPOKT OF THE SELECTMEN. 



Hyde Park, January 31, 1883. 
Fellow Citizens : — 

We herewith present a detailed report of receipts and 
expenditures for the current financial year, with such other 
matter as we deem of interest ; also, reports of Town 
Clerk, Treasurer, School Committee, etc. ; and invite your 
careful consideration of the same. 

HIGHWAYS. 

At our last annual meeting the town saw fit to make a 
very small appropriation for highways, and as a consequence 
very little has been attempted in the way of repairs beyond 
keeping our streets safe. The planking on bridges on Hyde 
Park, Central Park and Metropolitan avenues, has been 
renewed, and they are now in good condition. Several 
heavy showers, during the summer, washed the hillside 
streets, the repairs on which occasioned quite an outlay. All 
bills have been paid to date. Pierce, Davison and Walter 
streets, and Central avenue, have been built in accordance 
with plans accepted by the town, and at a cost within the 
appropriation. In building these streets, as in the repairs 
on highways, the Selectmen employed a competent superin- 
tendent, (Mr. Patrick Rooney,) who has had entire charge 
of the work, under the direction of the Board ; and having 
attempted but one piece of work at a time, the men have 
been under constant supervision, with very much better 
results than under the old system. Our streets are now 



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very badly worn, and a large appropriation will be needed 
the coming year, if we would keep them up to the standard 
of neighboring towns. 

By a decree of the County Commissioners, dated March 
19th, 1872, Metropolitan avenue was laid out and ordered 
to be built ; but the order had never been enforced. 
During the past winter (1881-82) some of our citizens, 
in connection with citizens of Milton, called the atten- 
tion of the County Commissioners to this fact, and, as a 
consequence of their labors, this town, by an order dated 
March 21, 1882, was directed to commence the construc- 
tion of said avenue within forty days. The execution 
of this order would have involved the town in an expendi- 
ture of from seventy-five to one hundred thousand dollars. 
The Selectmen petitioned the Commissioners for a hearing, 
and, upon a representation of the excessive cost and dispro- 
portionate benefit, together with some legal points involved, 
they decided not to enforce the decree, and there the 
matter rests. 

In response to a petition of the Boston and Providence 
Railroad Company, the County Commissioners gave several 
hearings in the matter of a bridge over that railroad on 
River street, and, by a decree dated October 25, 1882, 
authorized said Company to build a bridge in accordance 
with plans on file in their office. Subsequently the Select- 
men, at the request of the officers of the railroad, consulted 
with them in relation to the expense of said bridge, the rail- 
road company asking the town to assume all grade damages 
and expense of building retaining wall on River street. 
The Selectmen refused to assume any part of the expense 
on behalf the town, and the railroad company have applied 
to the Superior Court to appoint a commission to determine 
by whom the cost of said bridge and approaches, and any 
other expense connected therewith, shall be paid. 

By a decree dated September 26, 1882, the County Com- 
missioners ordered a widening of Williams avenue from 



Brush Hill road to Prospect street, the expense of which 
will have to be paid the coming year. 

Early in the year we called the attention of the New York 
and New England Railroad Company to the dangerous cross- 
ing of their road of Fairmount avenue ; and, after repeated 
notice, they have erected a gate for the better protection of 
travellers. We also requested that company to erect gates 
or station a flagman at Bridge street crossing, which they 
agreed to do, but up to the present time have not ; and we 
have applied to the County Commissioners to investigate 
the matter. 

STREET LIGHTS. 

Agreeably to the expressed wish of the citizens at our last 
annual town meeting, we contracted with the Dedham and 
Hyde Park Gas Company to light all lamps on the line of 
their mains to the number of 75, at a cost of (20) twenty 
dollars a lamp per year. The service has been entirely sat- 
isfactory, and we recommend a renewal of the contract. 
The balance of the lamps to the number of 125, have been 
lighted by the United States Company, at a cost of 5 1-4 
cents a lamp per night, or Twelve dollars and sixty cents 
($12.60) per year. 

The service has been very unsatisfactory, and at our re- 
gular meeting in January it was voted to cancel the contract, 
but before this was accomplished, we were notified by the 
company that they were unable to fulfill their contract. We 
have since concluded a contract with the Globe Company at 
6 cents a lamp per night. 

LICENSE. 

At our last annual meeting for the election of Town 
Officers, the following article was before the citizens : 
' ' Shall licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquors in this 
town be granted." A majority of those voting said 



" Yes," and in accordance with this instruction the follow- 
ing license 
as follows 



ing licenses have been granted, and the amount received is 



Eight First-Class, $200, ..... $1,60000 
Six Fourth " 100, . . . . . 600 00 

Three " " (Druggists) $50, . . . 150 00 



$2,350 00 
Less 25 per cent, paid State Treasurer, . . 587 50 



Net amount received by town, . . . $1,762 50 

Of this number, two first, and one fourth class have 
been revoked, for violation of the conditions contained 
therein. 

A majority of the Selectmen are not in favor of license, 
and had it been left with them, no licenses would have been 
granted, but inasmuch as the issue was squarely before the 
citizens, and they decided in favor of license the Board felt 
bound by their action. For this they have been criticized, 
and it has been urged that they were not bound by this vote, 
as the " No" vote representing the temperance element was 
very light. But why were there so few " No" ballots cast? 
Clearly because of the indifference of our so-called temper- 
ance leaders, who can always be heard at temperance meet- 
ings and through the columns of the local press ; but when 
they are needed on election day, are conspicuous by their 
absence from the polls ! 

POLICE. 

The police force is constituted about the same as for the 
past few years, with the addition of Mr. Charles E. Jenney, 
who has been appointed Chief, and to his report we refer 
for information as to the doings of the force. 



COLLECTOR OF TAXES. 

Mr, Joseph B. Quimby, being unable to discharge the 
duties of Collector, Mr. Joel F. Goodwin was appointed 
Collector pro tern for the years 1879-80-81. Upon the death 
of Mr. Quimby , Mr. George Sanford was appointed Collec- 
tor, which duty he has discharged in a very efficient man- 
ner. Mr. Quimby's accounts being in a somewhat confused 
condition we are unable at this time to give exact informa- 
tion concerning them. 



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Eespectfully submitted, 

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

Selectmen. 



POLICE KEPORT. 



To the Board of Selectmen: — 

Gentlemen, — The following is a record of the arrests 
made during the year, commencing February 1, 1882, and 
ending February 1, 1883. 

The arrests made during the several months were as 
follows : — 



February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September 

October . 

November 

December 

January . 



6 
4 
4 
8 
9 

13 
18 
4 
9 
11 
7 
3 



Whole number of arrests made 



96 



Classified as follows 



Drunkenness . . . ... 


50 


Assault and Battery .... 


19 


Larceny ....... 


12 


Tramps ....... 


8 


Common Drunkards 


3 



12 

Embezzlement 1 

Bastardy 1 

Liquor Nuisance ........ 1 

Illegal Sale of Intoxicating Liquor 1 

Total . . .96 

Search Warrants issued 2 

Licenses revoked . 2 

Out of this number twenty-six were non-residents. 

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

CHARLES E. JENNEY, 

Chief of Police and Keeper of Lock-up. 



ENGINEERS' REPORT. 



Engineers' Room, H. P. F. Dep't, > 
Hyde Park, Jan. 31, 1883. > 

To the Honorable Board of Selectmen : — 

Gentlemen, — In laying before yon our annual report of 
the fire department for the year ending January 31st, 1883, 
we do so with a great deal of pleasure. 

The department is in excellent condition, and the gentle- 
manly deportment of its members, and prompt response to 
every call, is an honor to any town, and Hyde Park should 
be justly proud of them. 

In our last report we called your attention to the condi- 
tion of our steamers, and stated our views on the same, and 
the year has proved that our judgment was correct. We 
have been obliged to call for an extra appropriation of two 
thousand dollars to put in new boilers, which the citizens 
generously granted ; and we think that the money has been 
very economically expended, for they are now in first-class 
condition, each having a new boiler and many necessary 
improvements. 

We have in the department twenty-five hundred feet of 
cotton hose, in excellent condition, and about two thousand 
feet of leather hose, which is almost worthless. 

We would earnestly recommend the town to appro- 
priate a sum of money for the purchase of hose this year. 
We would recommend cotton hose in preference to any 
other. 

We have in the department two steamers, as good as 
new ; two hose carriages ; one hook and ladder truck, fully 



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equipped ; one chemical engine ; one fuel wagon ; two sets 
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 splendid discipline. 

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

Respectfully submitted, 

WARREN W. HILTON, 

Chief Engineer. 

C. L. FARNSWORTH, 
FRED. 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 : — 



Goodwij.l Steam Fire Engine Co. r No. I. 

W. H. DARLING, Foreman. 

BENJ. E. FOGG, Assistant Foreman. 

E. M. BULLARD, Clerk. 

H. E. HUNT, Treasurer and Engineman, and ten men. 



•Rough and Ready Steam Fire Engine Co., No. 2. 

GEORGE W. PARKER, Foreman. 

JOHN H. CHIPMAN, Assistant; Foreman. 

L. F. UPHAM, Clerk. 

JAMES A. GUINAN, Treasurer. 

EDWARD F. MOORE, Engineman, and nine men. 



Chemical Engine Co., No. 1. 

J. C. McDOUGALD, Foreman. 

H. G. BALKAM, Clerk and Treasurer, and three men. 



Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1. 

GEORGE E. CARLTON, Foreman. 
WILLIAM M. WIS WALL, Assistant Foreman. 
ROBERT SCOTT, Jr., Clerk and Treasurer, and nine men. 



Number of Firemen 45 



JOSHUA WILDER, Steward of the Department. 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITUEES. 



SCHOOLS, — Teachers' Salaries. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



Paid John F. Elliot .... 


. $1,600 00 


Miss Mary M. Coleman 


600 00 


" Estelle M. Hatch 


600 00 


" Minnie C, Clark 


300 00 


" Sarah L. Miner . 


300 00 


DAMON SCHOOL. 




Paid Edward W. Cross 


. $1,200 00 


Miss Lizzie D. Bunker 


450 00 


'• Julia E. Donovan 


450 00 


" Sarah A. Crosby 


450 00 


" Margaret E. Bertram . '. 


442 50 


'' Maria V. Rooney 


402 50 


" Edith H. Sears . 


309 00 


" Lelia H. Caffin . 


2 00 


" Agnes J. Campbell 


2 00 


FAIRMOUNT SCHOO] 




Paid Henry F. Howard . . 


. $1,200 00 


Miss Annie L. Howe «•',.. 


450 00 


" Hattie E. Adams 


410 00 


" Ella J. Stocking 


212 50 


Mrs. Matilda H. P. Cushing 


208 00 


Miss Hattie M. H. Darling 


445 00 


" Jennie S. Hammond . 


450 00 


"■ Helen A. Perry . 


450 00 


'• Ella S. Norton . 


12 00 



1,400 00 



2,708 00 



3,837 50 



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GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 




Paid J. Langdon Curtis . 


$1,080 00 


Daniel G. Thompson . 


120 00 


Miss Harriet J. Folsom 


450 00 


" Agnes L. Adams 


450 00 


" Alice E. Gage . 


450 00 


" Ellen M. Farnsworth . 


445 00 


" Sarah A. Remick 


202 50 


" Maud G. Leadbeater . 


204 00 


" Susie E. Swallow 


8 00 


" Lelia H. Caffin . 


6 00 


GREW SCHOOL. 




Paid Franklin H. Dean . 


$1,200 00 


Miss Frances J. Emerson . . 


450 00 


" Lucina Dunbar . 


450 00 


" Mary Morey . . . 


225 00 


" Florence E. Leadbeater 


450 00 


" Martha A. Alexander .... .... . 


450 00 


" Genevieve Brainard . 


450 00 


" Leila E. Perry . 


450 00 


'• Ella J. Stocking 


220 00 


"' Florence G. Bemis 


30 00 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 

Paid Miss Mary E. Rogers 



MUSIC. 



Paid Henry J. Whittemore 



5,415 50 



FI7EL AND JANITORS. 

Paid S. B. Balkam & Co., 100 tons furnace 
coal, at $5.97 . 

McAvoy & Co., 100 tons Lehigh fur- 
nace coal - . • . 
15 cords pine wood, at $5.73 . 

Joseph Willett, 5 tons furnace coal, 

at $7 

3 tons furnace coal, at $6.50 . . » 



4,375 00 



450 00 



400 00 



$19,586 00 



$597 00 



>7 


300 


85 


95 


35 


00 


19 


50 



19 



Paid Robert Scott, Jr., janitor, High and 

Grew schools . . . . '. . . $300 00 

John R. Bond, janitor, Damon and 

Greenwood schools . . . 800 00 

George James, janitor of Fairmount 

school . . . . . 150 00 



Cr, 

By amount of appropriation . . $22,000 00 
Less amount transferred to School Inci- 
dentals 500 00 



821,500 00 
By amount expended from the income of 

the Massachusetts School Fund . . 170 45 



!,084 45 



421,670 45 



EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Paid Daniel G. Thompson, teaching . . $60 00 
Mrs. Mary A. Thompson, teaching . - 25 00 
Miss Mary E. Bowen, teaching . « 12 50 
Franklin H. Dean, teaching . . 40 00 
Mrs. Achsa M. Merrill, teaching . 25 00 
John R. Bond, janitor, . . . 12 00 
Robert Scott, Jr., janitor . . . 8 00 
New England School Furnishing Com- 
pany, desk 17 00 

S. R. Moseley, printing, etc. . . 4 00 

A. Raymond, hacks . . . . 3 00 

Mark E. Noble, supplies ....... 80 



Cr. 
By amount of appropriation . . » 
unexpended balance from last year 



8800 00 
401 04 



8207 30 



701 04 



Balance unexpended 



$493 74 



20 



EXPENDITURES FROM INCOME OF THE MASSACHU- 
SETTS SCHOOL FUND. 



Paid on account of teachers' salaries . 

Town of Dedham, tuition of Hyde Park 

scholars attending Dedham schools 
Boston School Supply Co., supplies 
Thompson, Brown & Co., books . 
Ginn, Heath & Co., maps, etc., . 
Charles M. Carter, books 



$170 45 



15 


00 


81 


03 


20 


15 


9 


45 


6 


80 



$302 88 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Paid E. Wilmot, examination of eyes 

Charles Sturtevant, M. D., vaccination 
R. Corson, expressing and Dis. books 
Boston School Supply Co., supplies 
A. Raymond, hack bills, 1880, '81, '82 
Adams Express Co , expressing . 
John Cox, expressing . 
Ward & Gray, stationery 
S. R. Moseley, salary book, printing 

and advertising 
O. Ditson & Co., music readers . 

D. Appleton & Co., supplementary 
readers ..... 

N. E. School Furnishing Co., supplies 
Pulsifer, Jordan & Wilson, stationery 
S. P. Blodgett, stamps 
J. F. Goodwin, list of scholars . 
Hogg, Brown & Taylor, ribbon . 
J. H. Daniels, diplomas 

E. H. Studley, engrossing diplomas 
H. C. Chamberlain, ribbon . 

A. Fisher, blank books 

C. G. Chick, Secretary's salary . 



$30 00 

25 50 

25 00 

6 02 

16 00 

25 

2 80 
38 15 

87 25 
53 65 

9 00 
25 70 
14 20 

3 00 
40 00 

1 82 

25 00 

22 75 

10 65 

65 

100 00 



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Paid A. C. Clapp, inspecting coal, etc. 
Mark E. Noble, supplies 
Fred. W. Barry, paper 
Mrs. M. A. Smith, dinners for teachers 
Journal Newspaper Co., advertising . 
Getchell & Harding, envelopes . 
Peabody & Co., pail . 
J. A. Paine . . - . 

S. E. Moseley, printing 



$5 


50 




70 


25 


50 


3 


00 


2 


63 


3 


50 




60 


1 


00 


7 


50 



$587 32 



DAMON SCHOOL. 



Paid Ryan's Express Co. , expressing 
H. C. Stark, furnace work . 
John R. Bond, labor and repairs 
N. E School Furnishing Co., chair 

cushion . 
Quincy Dyer, supplies 
H. I. Somes, slice bar 
Mark E. Noble, books 
Hall & Whiting, slates 
H. C. Chamberlain, cloth 
8. S. Bunker, pump and repairs, 
W. W. Hilton, stock and labor . 
Cushman Bros. &Co., curtain material 
Thomas Cobbett, repairs, locks and key 
Phillip Kirby, labor on yard 
John Beatey, foundation for furnace 
A- C. Clapp, making curtains, etc. 
Hopkinson & Marden, mats 
S. B. Balkam & Co., stock, 
C. P. Vaughan, clock and thermometer 
James B. Fall, supplies 
J. W. C. Grilman, paper 



$2 15 

217 95 

37 27 

75 

6 90 

1 00 

80 91 

10 08 

30 

12 10 

13 27 
6 26 
6 33 



1 

18 
15 
89 
4 
1 
3 
3 



40 
60 
90 
07 
88 
60 
60 
60 



533 92 



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EVERETT SCHOOL. 

Paid Boston School Supply Co., supplies . 
James B. Fall, coal hods . . 
Mark E. Noble, books, 
R. Scott, Jr., cleaning and labor 
John Beatey, plastering 
F. H. Dean, repairing blackboards 
H. C. Stark, stove and labor 
C. P. Vaughan, repairing clock . 



$3 08 

2 5a 

19 

5 75 

22 38 

3 32 
5 50 
1 50 



$44 22 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Paid George W. Hanscom, stock and labor $67 85 

Ryan's Express Co., expressing . . 3 45 

Qnincy Dyer, supplies . . 3 70 

H. C. Stark, furnace work . . . 118 65 

F. A. Perry, glazing . . . 14 05> 

Hall & Whiting, supplies . . . 3 80 
James B. Fall, repairing pump and 

supplies . ..... . 7 25 

Thomas Marron, labor in cellar . . 18 50 

S. R. Moseley, printing . . . 2 50 

B. E. Phillips, sign ..... . 25 00 

Mark E. Noble, books .... 23 28 

Levi Chubbuck, Ex. cold air box . 1 90 

George James, cleaning . . . 33 90 

Thomas Cobbett, blocks and labor . 1 50 

S.B. Balkam & Co., lumber . . 14 12 

David Higgins, labor and stock . . 5 87 
John Beatey, pointing, whitening, and 

cementing cellar, etc. ... 247 65 

Hopkinson and Marden, supplies . 15 5S 

H. T. Parker & Co., mouldings . . 45 25 

Thomas Sweeney, oleaning vaults . 8 00 

George W. Noyes, work on desks . 4 00 

M. C. Warren & Co., hooks . . 4 16; 

A. W. Wright^ settees . . . 15 00 



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Paid Michael Rogers, labor 
P. Rooney, labor . 
J. Hammett, supplies . 



$1 50 

22 00 

4 75 



$713 19 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 
Paid John Beatey, setting furnace 
Quincy Dyer, supplies 
H. C. Stark, new furnace and setting 
Reuben Corson, expressing 
Boston School Supply Co., supplies 
S. B. Balkam & Co., bricks 
H. C. Chamberlain, cotton cloth . 
McAvoy & Co., furnace and brick 
Francis Boynton, labor on pump 
S. S. Bunker, repairing pump 
Joseph Hill, glazing . 
B. E. Phillips, sign, glazing and labor 
John R. Bond, cleaning, etc. 
A. W. Wright, settees 
Thomas McGowan, cleaning well 
Michael Loftus, cleaning well 
Charles Haley, stock and labor 
Hall & Whiting, paper 
Thomas Cobbett, repairing locks 



GREW SCHOOL. 
Paid A. Graham & Co., labor and material 
D. Appleton & Co., reading chart 
John M. Twichell, truant officer, 1881 
Mark E. Noble, books . 

R. Scott, Jr. , cleaning and labor . 
George W. Hanscom, stock and labor 
N. T. Cottelle, tuning piano 
Francis Boynton, supplies . 
Johanna Welch, cleaning . 
Joseph Hill, glazing . 
John Beatey, tinting and whitening 



$42 30 

3 06 

106 90 

2 25 
9 40 

27 60 

77 

34 40 

1 60 

3 00 
7 02 

39 36 
24 05 
15 00 

2 50 
2 50 

76 76 

2 15 

58 



$8 00 
8 00 
6 00 
5 43 

35 00 

20 32 
1 50 

88 60 

1 00 

5 25 

150 00 



401 20 



24 



Paid Cuskman Bros. & Co., curtain materials $14 52 

F. H. Dean, repairing blackboards . 67 20 

Thomas Sweeney, cleaning vaults, etc. 12 50 

Thomas Cobbett, repairing locks . 1 25 

A. W. Wright, settees . . . 15 00 

A. C. Clapp, making curtains . . 2 25 

J. W. C. Gilman, practice paper . . 6 00 
J. T. Robinson & Co., repairing pencil 

sharpener ..... 1 00 

Kyan's Express Co., expressing . . 30 

C. L. Farnsworth, step ladder . 2 70 

H. C. Stark, supplies .... 7 50 
N. E. School furnishing Co., two chair 

cushions ..... 1 50 

C. P. Vaughara,. clock and repairs . 7 50 

James B. Fall,, supplies . . . 4 80 



$423 12 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid John H. Pray, Sons & Co., mats 
H. C. Stark, furnace work . 
John Cox, expressing 
Reuben Corson, expressing 
Thomas Hall, repairing air pump and 

supplies .... 

Willard Small, books . . . 

A. C. Stoekin, dictionary . 
Mark E. Noble, books 
R. Scott, Jr., cleaning and labor 
Francis Boynton, supplies and labor 
John Beatey, plastering 
W, W. Hilton, stock and labor . 
H. P. Parker & Co., mouldings . 

B. E. Phillips, painting roof 
F. H. Dean, repairing blackboards 
Thomas Sweeney, cleaning vaults and 

ashes 

Lane Bros., printing . 

Ryan's Express Co., expressing . 



$7 50 

28 00 

15 

1 00 

7 36 
6 22 
4 87 

2 81 
37 75 

9 70 
75 00 
27 11 
18 90 

8 40 
36 26 

8 00 

4 55 

55 



25 



Paid Charles Haley, repairs 

John F. Elliot, books supplied, . 
G. W. Hanscom, stock and labor 
C. P. Vaughan, repairing clock . 
Thomas Cobbett, repairing door spring 
A. Fisher, ink powder 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation . . . $2,500 00 
" transferred from school appro'n 500 00 



$1 


15 


5 


55 


3 


20 


2 


00 




25 




75 



$297 03 
3,000 00 



$3,000 00 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

CURRENT EXPENSES. 

Paid Mrs. K. A. B. Thompson, Librarian 
East Boston Savings Bank, rent 

F. L. Wiswall, janitor 
Miss M. A. Hawley, services 
Ryan's Express, expressing 
Corson's Express, ' " 
Cox's Express, " 
A. H. Davis, agent, " 
S. B. Balkam & Co., fuel . 
Charles M. Chapin, insurance 
"Woman's Journal, subscription 
E. D. Savage, oil, etc. 
Sanford & Runnells, oil, etc. 
H. M. George, disinfectant 
S. R. Moseley, printing 
A. S. Barnes & Co., magazine 

G. W. D. Simmons, duster 
Lockwood, Brooks & Co., magazine 
H. D* Noyes & Co., stationery, magazines, 
J. D. F. Brooks, binding . 
Old Colony Book Bindery, binding 
J. W. Smith, ice 



etc. 



$450 


00 


309 


96 


131 


00 


21 


00 


6 


05 


1 


35 


1 


40 


3 


70 


69 


25 


18 


75 


1 


25 


26 


92 


6 


40 




50 


41 


50 


5 


00 


1 


00 


1 


94 


96 


64 


3 


25 


42 


75 


9 


00 



,248 61 



By amount of appropriation 
Amount unexpended 



26 
Ce. 



$1,300 00 



$51 39 



PURCHASE OF NEW BOOKS. 



Paid Lee & Shepard 

Lockwood, Brooks & Co. 
H. M. Cable . 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation, (dog licenses, 1881,) 



$121 


96 


198 


21 


45 


00 



$365 17 



$365 17 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

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

Rough, and Ready Engine Co., No. 2, pay roll 

Chemical Engine Co., No. 1, pay roll . 

Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1, pay roll 

Joshua Wilder, steward, and cash paid out 

R. Corson, drawing fire apparatus to fires 

Dedham and Hyde Park G-as Co., gas 

Cole Bros., repairs on engines 

Charles E. Berry, repairs 

A. J. Moore & Son, 

F. W. Conn, 

Francis Boynton, 

J. Johnston, 

H. I. Somes, 

Spring, Robinson & Co., repairs 

Hunneman & Co., repairs . 

Walworth Mantfacturing Co., repairs 

John T. Robinson & Co., repairs 



$620 83 
618 76 
187 50 
591 66 
602 63 
133 05 
20 94 

2,490 00 

4 00 
2 25 
2 50 

16 10 

6 85 

24 80 

5 15 
45 25 

20 
4 13 



27 



Paid John F. Nolan, repairs .... 
H. C. Somes, " . . 

Fabric Fire Hose Co., hose 
James Boyd & Sons, repairs on hose, etc. . 
Benj. E. Phillips, painting . '«. . . 
L. F. Upham, " .... 

Pawtucket, Fire Department, use of engine 
Goodwill Engine Co., filling High school cistern 
Underhay & Co., oil, etc. . . 
H. E. Hunt, engineman, and repairs . 

E. F. Moore, " " 
R. W. Gould, labor '. 
Merrimac Chemical Co., chemicals 
George W. D. Simmons, harness repairs 
Quincy Dyer, hardware 
James E. Lyons, services as fireman . 
William H. Harlow, services 
W. W. Hilton, fire hats, repairs, etc. . 
C. L. Farnsworth, refreshments . 
Peabody & Co., cheese 
S. B. Balkam & Co., coal and lumber . 
W. W. Hilton, services as engineer to Nov. 1, '82 
C. L. Farnsworth, " " " " 

F. A. Sweet, " « " " 



$30 90 

12 25 

500 00 

14 63 
3 00 
5 00 

140 70 

15 00 
21 00 
75 43 

105 50 

50 

3 08 

10 00 

2 44 

12 50 

25 00 

120 19 

8 40 

1 87 

278 81 

75 00 

75 00 

75 00 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation . . $5,000 00 

" additional appropriation . 2,000 00 



$6,987 80 



7,000 00 



Balance unexpended 



$12 20 



TOWN HALL BUILDING. 

Paid S. B. Balkam & Co., coal and lumber . . $205 67 

Jeremiah Corbett, wood . . . . . 21 00 

Joel F. Goodwin, janitor . . . . . 332 50 



28 

Paid Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Co 
W. W. Hilton, repairs 
H. C. Stark, 
Francis Bovnton, " 
Geo. H. Peare, '" 
J. F. Peppeard, " 
George "W. Hanscom, repairs, 
H. P. Bussey, painting 
A. J. Rich •" 

J. Hill, setting glass . 
Quincy Dyer, hardware 
A. P. Wyman, fitting keys 
H. C. Chamberlain, towels . 
James Fife, teaming sand, stone, 
John Downey, grading 
David Higgins, use of blocking 



Cr. 



gas 



etc. 



POOR ACCOUNT. 



$221 


32 


41 


35 


19 


00 


15 


34 


7 


41 


5 


00 


8 


09 


5 


00 


57 


00 


6 


00 


13 


14 


1 


00 




50 


15 


00 


16 


50 


10 


00 



$1,000 82 



By cash received on account of Town Hall building . $1,000 82 



Paid Taunton Lunatic Hospital, 


support 


of insane 


$920 36 


Asylum for the Chronic insane 


tt 


tt 


228 19 


Danvers Lunatic Hospital 




11 


k 


53 01 


House of the Angel Guardian 


" poor children 


87 17 


St. Mary's Infant Asylum 




it 


tt tt 


150 00 


Charles McCabe 




i< 


it tt 


100 00 


Ruth Brightman 




<( 


tt 


36 00 


Celia Welch, 




it 


tt 




12 50 


A. E. Pierce 




u 


tt 




24 00 


Mrs. A. Atkinson 




tt 


tt 




20 00 


Mary Kelly 




tt 


tt 




5 00 


Sarah Macomber 




tt 


«t 




60 00 


Bridget Kenney 




tt 


tt 




6 00 


Leonard Freelove 




u 


tt 




24 00 



29 



Paid Andrew Brightman, support of poor 


$15 00 


Thomas Freelove " " 


21 00 


Commonwealth of Mass. " " 


41 35 


City of Boston " " 


27 15 


Town of Dedham " " 


24 75 


Town of Milton " '* . 


14 75 


Town of Dighton " 4i 


31 00 


Peabody & Co., groceries 


30 50 


George Miles, " . 


132 44 


Putnam & Worden " 


11 34 


L. J. French & Co. " ... 


14 00 


Matthew Galligan " . " . 


6 65 


E. D. Savage " .... 


8 20 


M. Underbill " . . . . . 


5 00 


E. N. Coan & Co. " 


11 50 


H. S. Holtham, provisions .... 


* 75 


G. F. Estes " . . . . 


1 76 


Joshua Wilder, meals for tramps 


5 76 


C. L. Farnsworth, bread for poor 


14 47 


H. C. Chamberlain, dry goods 


5 74 


E. M. Whittemore, clothing 


25 45 


A. C. Bass, boots and shoes 


* 13 75 


D. F. Kendall & Son, boots and shoes 


4 00 


M. E. Noble, medicine . 


19 45 


H. M. George " t 


16 88 


H. G. Balkam " . . . . 


7 55 


A. E. Bailey & Co. " . . . 


1 40 


C. C. Hayes, medical attendance . t, 


153 22 


M. E. McDougald, use of furniture . . 


6 00 


J. M. Twichell, moving poor to almshouse . 


7 03 


Chas. E. Jenney " " " . 


10 47 


S. B. Balkam & Co., coal and wood . 


22 21 


Joseph Willett " " . 


25 25 


McAvoy & Co. " "■-.-■•. 


22 00 


J. B. Carter " ■' 


19 63 


A. Raymond, use of team . 


5 00 


R. Corson " " etc. . 


10 50 


F. C. Graham, burial of poor 


62 00 


S. R. Moseley, printing . 


4 00 


Malcom Rogers, labor . . 


1 00 



30 



Paid George W. Parker, labor . 








$1 00 


John Jenkin3 " 








7 50 


John Ferguson " ... 








17 25 


Thomas Meegan ' r 








11 25 


Martin Foley " ... 








12 75 


Thomas Jordan u 








12 75 


Edward McKenna " and team . 








66 00 


Chas. Sturtevant, examination of insane 








2 50 


Andrew Fisher, stamps . . > . 








3 00 


John Beatey, mason work . 








10 62 


J. H. Tuckerman, bedstead, etc. 








4 75 


Overseers of Poor, cash paid out 








49 17 






$2,784 67 


Cb. 








By amount of appropriation 


$2,500 00 


Cash refunded by the Commonwealth of 








Mass. and by cities and towns 


284 


67 


■ $2,784 67 








SALARIES. 











Paid Stephen B. Balkam, services as Selectman and 
Surveyor of Highways .... 

Henry C. Stark, services as Selectman and Sur- 
veyor of Highways ..... 

Amos H. Brainard, services as Selectman and Sur- 
veyor of Highways 

Henry B. Terry, Town Clerk and Clerk for Select- 
men 

Henry S. Bunton, Town Treasurer and Treasurer 
of the Sinking Fund . . • - < 

Joel F. Goodwin, Assessor 

George Sanford " . . . . 

George B. Kerr " ■ . , 

Joel F. Goodwin, Board of Health 

John Terry " " 

Francis L. Gerald " " 



$100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 



350 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 



31 



Paid Joel F. Goodwin, Overseer of Poor . 


$50 00 


George B. Warren " 


it 


50 00 


John Terry " 


t< 


50 00 


George W. Chapman, Auditor . 


25 00 


W. D. Overell 


u 


25 00 


G. Fred Gridley 


u 


25 00 


Edwin R. Walker, School Committee . 


18 75 


Henry S. Bunton " 


tt 


75 00 


Richard M. Johnson " 


u 


75 00 


Andrew Washburn " 


(« 


75 00 


Edward I. Humphrey " 


(i 


75 00 


Charles G. Chick " 


It 


75 00 


George M. Fellows " 


It 


56 25 



Cr. 



By amount of appropriation 



$2,200 00 



$2,200 00 



POLICE. 

Paid Chas. E. Jenney, police duty and keeper of lockup 

Daniel O'Connell, " " " " 

Patrick J. Donlan, " " serving warrants 
James F. Peppeard, police duty 

H. P. Bussey " " 

Moses N. Gage " '* 

Frank Greenwood " " 

J. T. Lord " " 

L. B. French " " 

F. H. Caffin " " 

R. Scott, Jr. " ** 

John P. Dunn . " " 

A. W. Dunbar " " 

Samuel P. Smith " " 

James R. Brown " " 

A. C. Clark " " 

R. Corson " " and teams 



$879 67 

257 00 

810 00 

29 50 

5 75 
7 50 

13 00 

4 50 
7 50 

6 00 

5 00 
29 25 
43 25 
10 00 
10 00 

6 00 
3 00 



32 



Paid A. Raymond, use of teams 

Dedham & Hyde Park Gas Co. , gas 

R. W. Gould, washing 

S. B. Balkam & Co., coal . 

F. R. Heustis & Co., printing 

H. C. Stark, pipe, etc. 

Joshua Wilder, supplies 



Ce. 

By amount of appropriation . . .$2,000 00 
Amount transferred from liquor license 

monev 262 50 



$6 


00 




95 


3 


00 


70 


00 


3 


00 


5 


25 


1 


57 



$2,216 69 



Balance unexpended 



&2,262 50 



$45 81 



BUILDING STREETS. 

Appropriation for building Central avenue, and Pierce, 
Davison and Walter streets, . . .•'■', 



$1,750 00 



Paid for labor and teams, as per pay roll, . $1,238 64 
Patrick Rooney, labor and teams, and 

blasting, etc. .... 
Dodge & Phelps, concreting . 
Amos Webster, gravel . 
W. W. Hilton, labor and material 
A. Howland, blacksmith work 



. 368 


20 


.. 91 


98 


28 


40 


13 


43 


4 


40 



1,745 05 



Balance unexpended 



$4 95 



33 



LAND DAMAGES. 



Appropriation for land damages on Central avenue, 

and Pierce, Davison and Walter streets . . $3,2G4 89 



Paid William Carberry, Ian 1 damages 
H. S. Bnnton, trustee, "' " 

Catherine D. Bent, '• " 

Mary Gilligan, " wi 

A. A. Page, wi " 

James Tucker, li " 

T. F. Leonard, " " 

Sarah C. Bemis, '' " 

George H. Smith, kt " 

Oliver Prime, '" " 

Mary Reeves, " 

Real Estate and Building Co., lam 

damages ..... 

Robert M. Todd, land damages . 
First Baptist Society of Hyde Park 

land damages 
Henry Pearsons, land damages 
Isaac Fiske et al. " " 

George Hudson " u 

Matthew Binney, " " 

Estate of C. B. Snyder, land damages 
Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal 

Church, land damages . 
Nancy Whitcher, land damages . 
Estate of M. L. Whitcher, land dam 

ages ..... 
John Wigley, land damages 



$23 30 
296 00 
21 40 
29 10 
24 20 
9 90 
23 00 
47 30 
19 80 

23 60 

24 60 

1,192 00 
34 00 

408 as 

19 20 

69 40 

81 40 

81 61 

15 40 

56 25 

146 80 

168 75 

7 20 



2,823 09 



Balance unexpended 



$141 SO 



34 



STREET LIGHTS. 

Paid Olobe Gas Light Co., lighting street lamps 

United States Street Lighting Co., lighting street 

lamps ..... 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Co., lighting street 

lamps ..... 
Thomas Scrivens, setting posts, etc. 
Joseph Scrivens, " " " 
John R. Bond, " " 

Quincy Dyer, glass 
L. F. Upham, painting lantern frames 



Cr. 



$719 


52 


865 


68 


1,602 


86 


2 


00 


1 


00 


1 


25 


3 


76 


55 


80 


$3,251 


87 


3,500 


00 



3y amount of appropria 


tion .... 
ded ..... 


3,500 00 


Balance unexpen 


$248 13 




HIGHWAYS. 


Paid for labor, as per pay roll ..... $663 73 


A. Graham & Co., 


labor 








47 00 


John Regan, 


ti 








11 25 


J. Collins, 


u 








1 50 


M. Loftus, 


u 








15 75 


John Haney, 


(( 








4 50 


W. H. Plummer, 


a 








9 00 


Michael Milan, 


ti 








13 50 


James McMahon, 


u 








30 30 


William Shea, 


a 








9 00 


Henry Jenkins, 


u 








1 50 


Edward Sheehan, 


a 








1 50 


John Ronan, 


a 








3 00 


Thomas McGowan, 


u 








9 75 


Andrew McGowan, 


ti 








9 00 


John Russell, 


ti 








8 25 


Martin Ryan, 


<t 








3 00 



35 



Paid John White, labor 

George Dineen, " 

George C. Coonts, " 

Michael Cannon, " 

Hugh McKinley, " 

M. Hurley " 

L. H. Russell, " 

Edward Flemming, " 

R. Scott, Jr., " 

J. M. Brooks, " 

John Cashman, " 

M. Lynch, " 

Peter Paul, " 

J. Crowley, " 

John Dunn, " 

Patrick Burke, " 

P. J. Rooney, " 

Daniel Feehan, " 

Thomas Kelley, " 

John Ferguson, " 

D D. Burns, " 

Patrick Feehan, " 

James O'Reilly, " 

Henry Grew, " and teams 
C. H. Crumett, 

S. A. Tuttle, " 

James McNabb, " 

Patrick Rooney, " 

Thomas Meegan, " 

Patrick Brennan, " 

Cornelius Cleary, " 
M. Griffin, 

Owen Hughes, " 

Edward McKenna, " 

R. Corson, " 

Thomas Rooney, " 

Thomas Sweeney, " 

James Fife, t; 

Jeremiah Corbett, " 
Michael Rogers, " 



S3 00 

1 50 

2 62 
2 25 

32 37 
2 25 
6 50 



00 
50 
00 
00 
25 
00 
50 
25 
6 50 
2 62 
8 25 
5 25 

31 50 
2 50 
5 25 
2 25 

14 00 

24 75 
5 00 
4 95 

130 30 

25 37 
27 75 
74 00 

32 25 
30 50 

144 00 
51 75 

141 25 
63 25 

15 00 
309 00 

74 25 



36 



Paid John Corrigan, labor and teams 
Thomas Corrigan, " " 

Frank Greenwood, " " 

Dennis Mahoney, " " 

D. W. Phipps, " " 

A. Raymond, teams . 
R. Williams, labor and material 

B. B. Haskell, " " 
W. W. Hilton, " " 
G. W. Hanscom, " « 
J. Johnston, blacksmith work 
F. A. Perry, glazing . 
Quincy Dyer, hardware 
D. W. Lewis, drain pipe . 

B. B. & R. Knight, cash paid for labor 

C. W. Whittemore, gravel . 
Dodge & Phelps, concreting 
B. H. Hardy, concreting 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber 
L. F. Upham, painting 
G L. Richardson, surveying 
J. W. Bean, granite . 
Ryan's Express, expressing 
Joseph Willett, setting edge stones 
T. H. Mayhew, labor on water cart 
American Tool and Machine Co. . water for streets 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation . . . $4,200 00 

" transferred from liquor license 

money . . . 500 00 



$449 


20 


91 


05 


49 


87 


22 


35 


297 


75 


28 


00 


43 


94 


17 


60 


21 


75 


14 


75 


2 


90 


1 


60 


5 


97 


42 


19 


4 


75 


3 


15 


63 


75 


36 


03 


674 


25 


26 


00 


106 


36 


40 


70 


5 


00 


12 


00 


1 


35 


6o 


00 



;,275 27 



4,700 00 



Balance unexpended 



$424 73 



37 



INCIDENTALS. 



Paid G. L. Richardson, surveying 

Dedliam and Hyde Park Gas Co., gas 

S. P. Blodgett, stamps 

S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, etc. 

H. B. Terry, insurance 

C. M. Chapin, " ... 

George Miles, sundries 

H. S. Bunton, cash paid record fees . 

F. L. Gerald, cash paid out 

Stewart McKenzie, ballot box and repairs on 
water cart ..... 

George H. Peare, balance building cistern at High 
School ... . . 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, register 

T. H. Mayhew, labor and canvas 

J. H. Chipman, posting notices . 

bamp^on, Davenport & Co., Directory 

J. Hill, setting glass .... 

S. R. Swett, painting .... 

L. F. Upham, " 

Michael Rogers, distributing town reports 

John Haney, u " " 

J. Patterson, refreshments at town meeting 

M. A. Smith, " " " 

F. C. Graham, returning deaths . 

J. B. Quimby, collecting taxes . 

George Sanford, on account of collecting taxes, 
preparing tax list for report, and cash paid 
out 

Joel F. Goodwin, on account of collecting taxes, 
and for placing list of estates on tax bills 

Joel F. Goodwin, janitor, etc. .... 

Henry B. Terry, legal services, preparing new reg- 
ister, and for obtaining and returning births, 
marriages and deaths ..... 

J. E. Cotter, legal services and cash paid out 

Edmund Davis, legal services .... 

C. G. Chick, transfers for Assessors . 



^130 10 
43 86 

13 00 
270 61 
118 00 
140 00 

7 26 

14 81 
75 

20 00 

179 00 
2 50 
2 73 

2 50 
5 00 

3 50 
11 00 

17 00 
10 00 

4 00 

18 00 
14 25 
26 00 

459 13 



452 45 



266 


93 


35 


40 


157 


10 


520 


00 


99 


00 


60 


00 



38 



Paid J. M. Twichell, summoning witnesses and cash 

paid out 

.Adams Express, expressing 

Ryan's Express, " . 

R. Corson, expressing and use of teams 

A. Raymond, use of teams and damage to hack 
in small pox case .... 

Francis Boynton, plumbing and repairs 

H. C. Stark, repairs and material 

W. W. Hilton, " 

Quincy Dyer, hardware 

C. P. Vaughan, clock . • . 

Peabody & Co., lantern 

A. Fisher, stationery . 

M. R. Warren, stationery and blanks 

Day & Pratt, Assessors' scales . 

Doane & Greenough, blank books 

Ward & Gay, blank books . 

Winkley, Thorpe & Dresser, blank books 

S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising 

A. Mudge & Co., printing . 

Rockwell & Churchill, printing . 

Daniel O'Connell, posting notices, warrants, etc 



$43 


25 


1 


25 


2 


25 


10 


65 


90 


00 


61 


25 


35 


65 


70 


56 




hi 


4 


25 




87 


20 


45 


12 


39 


2 


00 


10 


50 


15 


75 


23 


70 


748 


25 


7 


00 


16 


75 


18 


50 



$4,308 99 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation 

Amount transferred from liquor license 
monev . . . 



1,500 00 



1,000 00 



4,500 00 



Balance unexpended 



$191 01 



EEPOET OF OVERSEERS OP THE POOR. 



The work of this department for the past year has not 
been of a character to call for special mention. With our 
manufactories and other business interests in satisfactory 
and regular operation, the large majority of our poorer 
classes are able to maintain themselves without our aid, 
and, besides the few, who from limited ability to earn, find 
the aid of the town necessary each year through the winter 
months, we have had only the ordinary number of new 
applicants, and those have been mostly cases of sickness. 

The annual appropriation for this department was $2,500, 
which, in the judgment of the Board, was about the neces- 
sary amount to meet the year's expenses, and in considera- 
tion of our having to pay nearly $500 of unpaid bills, laid 
over from the former year, the town also voted to allow us 
all amounts reimbursed by the Commonwealth and others on 
account of aid rendered in the previous year. This action 
had especial reference to bur claim of about $1,500 against 
the State for our small pox expenses of 1881, from which 
we expected to receive about $550. Although we have 
received only $30 of this small pox claim, our appropria 
tion has, under that vote, been somewhat increased by other 
receipts, so that, besides the bills of 1881 and bills of the 
Board of Health, which were charged to our appropriation as 
shown below, we have paid all of this year's expenses of 
$2,349.98, except $150.60. 

We take satisfaction, also, in stating that after consider- 
able labor and through a proper co-operation with the State 
authorities, we have succeeded in getting our small pox_ 
claim audited, and we, have notice that a further payment of 
$564.05 will be paid us in, February, and that another pay- 



40 

ment will be made as soon as it is proved that the State is 
liable therefor, — the legal settlement of one of the parties 
being still under investigation. 

We have aided during the year 137 persons. Of this 
number 15 were fully supported, 6 being insane adults, 2 
sane adults, and 7 children ; and 122 received only tempo- 
rary and partial aid. Of the 15 fully supported, all but one 
have settlements in this town, and legally claim its support. 
Only 50 of the 122 have a legal settlement in Hyde Park, 
and, except in a few undecided cases, the aid rendered to 
the others is a claim against the Commonwealth or other 
towns. We have noted against the names in the statement 
below the legal settlement of each one. A detailed state- 
ment of the aid rendered is as follows : — 

FULL SUPPORT. 

For support of Sarah J. Barrett, (Taunton Lunatic 





Hospital) 


$182 19 


u 


Clara E. Clapp, (Taunton Lunatic 






Hospital) 


184 52 


u 


Mary Crowley, (Taunton Lunatic Hos- 






pital) ...... 


177 23 


It 


Henry W. Hammond, (Taunton Lunatic 






Hospital) 


188 40 


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G. W. Halliday, Jr., (Danvers Lunatic 






Hospital, to April 16, 1882 . 


53 01 


tt 


Rose McCabe, (Worcester Lunatic 






Hospital) . . . . , . 


183 48 


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Children of Margaret Gibbons, (to July 






1, 1882) 


187 17 


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Children of Patrick McCabe 


103 62 


a 


Michael Griffin and wife 


75 99 


t* 


Mabel Norris . . ... 


57 00 




§1,392 61 




PARTIAL SUPPORT. 




For aid to Thomas Allen .... 82 35 




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hi 


Esther Ballem, (State) . . 2 51 
Amanda Beaslev . . . . 20 00 





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far aid to Derinda Bell . 


$9 38 


" John J. Butler, (Boston) . 
" Joseph Clark, (State) 
" James Conley . 


4 60 
27 03 

5 00 


" Mary Crowd, (Boston) 
" Patrick Curren, children of 


3 20 
45 17 


" Mary A. Collins, (Dedham) 
" John Dempsey, (State) 
" Bridget A. Dempsey, (Boston) 
" Mary Donovan 


19 65 

27 95 

.8 00 

5 00 


u , Catherine Fitzgerald, (State) 
" Mrs. James Flemming 


15 90 
14 75 


" Catherine Fox . 


44 78 


" Nellie, John and James Gal 




laghef ... 


.6 50 


" Elizabeth A. Gillbutts 


101 80 


" Margaret Gibbons . 


40 25 


" William Hanson, (State) . 
" Thomas Hawkins, (State) 


40 
20 00 


" Margaret Howe 


10 00 


" Hannah Hurley, (State) . 

" Thomas Kelley 

" Carrie L. Locke, (State) . 


22 14 
20 28 
55 55 


" S. A. Lovell, children of, (Yar 




mouth) . 
u Margaret McGowan 


60 00 
18 50 


" Mrs. Hugh McN'ulty, (State) 
;t Catherine Mc Williams, (State' 


2 00 

7 50 


" Mary Murphy, (State) 
" Thomas Murphy 


10 00 
1 50 


" Mary O'Leary . 
" Patrick O'Keefe 


27 15 
I 7 43 


" Newell Otis, (State) 

" Catherine Quigley 

" Charles G. Schmidt, (State) 

» William Shedd 


24 33 

10 75 

2 00 

10 00 


" Ada Smith, (State) . 

" Florence Sullivan, (Cambridge) 

" Catherine Sweeney . 

"• Mary Taylor . ' . 


12 03 

10 67 

4 06 

2 10 



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For aid to Harry Teed, (State) 

" Patrick Welsh, 1st, (State, 1880) 
" Louise Withington . 
" Tramps, (at lock-up) 



Paid Dr. C. C. Hayes, Town Physician 
repairs on Happy Valley property 
sundry expenses, fares, postage, stationery, etc 



Deduct amounts included above for which 
bills remain unpaid . 
" amounts included above for medi 
cal attendance 



Paid sundry bills incurred in 1881 

bills incurred by Board of Health 



Cr. 

Received, Appropriation . 

" from Common wealth 
" " Cities and Towns 

" " Individuals 

" " Happy Valley rents. 



$27 75 




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75 




1 


45 




14 


23 


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150 00 








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10 62 


nery, etc 




10 36 




$2,849 98 


$150 


60 


• 


21 


75 


172 35 










$2,177 63 




9 


425 57 




• 


181 47 






$2,784 67 


$2,500 


00 




82 


00 




72 


67 




100 


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30 


00 


$2,784 67 



JOHN TERRY, 
GEO. B. WARREN, 
JOEL F. GOODWIN, 



Overseers of Poor. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH. 



The Board of Health herewith present their report for the 
year ending February 1, 1883. The duties devolving upon 
the Board the past year have been numerous. A large 
number of complaints regarding the sanitary condition of 
different portions of the town have been received and acted 
upon. In a large number of these cases the remedy sought 
was the clearing out and disinfecting of vaults and cess- 
pools. These complaints have received our attention ; and, 
in nearly every instance, our demands upon the owners of 
these nuisances have resulted in their abatement, without 
cost to the town. 

About one hundred complaints have been made to the 
Board during the year, from nearly all parts of the town. 
There are quite a number of places in town that will need 
close watching by the Board of Health for the next few 
years to come, and it is the duty of every one who knows 
of cases that are not in proper condition, to report the same 
to the Board, or some member of it, at once. 

During the year our physicians have generally reported 
to the Board cases of typhoid fever, scarlet fever, and 
diphtheria, so that we have been able, with their help, 
as far as possible to prevent the spread of contagious 
diseases. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOEL F. GOODWIN, 
F. L. GERALD, 
JOHN TERRY, 

Board of Health. 



AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE. 



In compliance with the By-Laws of the Town, the under- 
signed have examined the accounts of the Selectmen, School 
Committee, Collectors of Taxes, Town Treasurer, Commis- 
sioners of Sinking Fund, Trustees of the Public Library, 
Overseers of the Poor, and Board of Health, 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. 

G. FRED. GRIDLEY, 
GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, 
WILLIAM D. OVERELL, 

Auditors. 



BEPDET OB 1 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JAN. 31, 1883. 



Having been appointed to the office of Sealer of Weights 
and Measures, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resigna- 
tion of Hiram W. Eames, I have assumed and performed the 
duties of said office as prescribed by law. 

WILLIAM HEUSTIS, Sealer. 



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$537,221 


$4,597,771 


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150 


2,406 



State Tax. 



$6.9S0 00 



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$69,214 89 



Overlaying?*. 



$892 35 



Total. 



$81,252 40 



EXEMPTED PROPERTY 



Mat 1, 1882. 


Churches. 


Harvard College. 


Total. 




$116 500 00 


$225 00 


$116,725 00 


BATE FEB $1,000, . . . 


$16. 80. 


May 1. 


Valuation Real Estate. 


Val. Personal Property. 


Total. 


1881 

1S82 


$3,879,225 00 
4,060,550 00 


$498,891 00 
537,221 00 


$4,378,116 00 
4,597,771 00 








$181,325 00 


$38,330 00 


$219,655 00 



GEORGE SANFORD. 
JOEL F. GOODWIN, 
GEORGE B. KERR, 

Assessors of Hyde Park. 



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TREASURER'S 



DR. 



HENRY S. BUNTON, TOWN TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT 



Cash in the Treasury, February 1, 1882 

AMOUNTS RECEIVED DURING THE TEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1883. 

From Treasurer's Notes— Funded Loan. 

Treasurer's Notes— Temporary Loan 

Joel F. Goodwin, Collector pro tem., Taxes for 1878 

Joseph B. QuimVjy , Collector, Taxes for 1879 

Joel F. Goodwin, Collector pro tern., Taxes for 1870 

Joseph B. Quirnby , Collector, Taxes for 1880 

Joel F. Goodwin, Collector pro tem., Taxes for 1880 

Joseph B. Quiroby, Collector, Taxes for 1881 

Joel F. Goodwin, Collector pro tem., Taxes for 1881 

George Sanfortl, Collector, Taxps for 1882 

Betterments— Central avenue, Pierce, Davison and Walter streets. 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for Corporation Tax 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for Na&onal Bank Tax 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for Income Massachusetts School Fund 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for State Aid, 1881 

County Treasurer, dog licenses, 1882 

Town Hall building, rents collected 

Liquor Licenses 

Miscellaneous Licenses 

Lock-up fees 

ltelease of Tax Djeds 

Interest on Tax Deeds 

Sale of Unredeemed Real Estate under Sec. 58, Chap. 12, Public 

Statutes 

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

Support of Poor, rents collected (Happy "Valley) 

Interest on bank balances 



$1,247 78 



10,000 00 


29,000 00 


17 31 


187 01 


188 27 


2,459 88 


2,625 95 


6,262 83 


13,296 79 


60,039 07 


1,199 00 


2,292 96 


981 75 


247 11 


546 00 


404 78 


1,000 82 


2,350 00 


5 00 


22 50 


1,047 6") 


153 43 


4 5S 


27 02 


2 4 67 


30 00 


184 58 



$136,076 69 



51 



EEPOET. 



CURRENT WITH THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK. 



OR. 



amounts disbursed: 

On account of Treasurer's Notes, Funded Loan 

Treasurer's Notes, Temporary Loan ' 

Interest 

Schools 

Evening Schools ••• 

Income of Massachusetts School Fund 

School Incidentals.... 

Incidentals 

Street Lights ••' 

Highways 

Building Central Ave., Pierce, Davison and Walter Sts. 

Land Damages— Central Avenue, Pierce, Davison and 
Walter Streets 

Fire Department 

Support of Poor 

Police 

Salaries 

Public Library, current expenses 

Public Library, purchase of new books 

State Tax for 1882 

County Tax for 1882 

Town Hall, current expenses and repairs 

Defective Tax Deeds, amounts refiindedfunder Sec. 39, 
Chap. 12, Public Statutes 

Tax Deeds disclaimed and annulled by Collector, under 
Sec. 62, Chap. 12, Public Statutes 

Sale of Unredeemed Real , Estate, under Sec. 58, Chap 12, 
Public Statutes 

Tax Deeds received from Collector 

State Aid 

Liquor Licenses, paid Treasurer Commonwealth, one- 
fourth of the amount received in 1882 

Sinking Fund, amount of appropriation 

Sinking Fund^unexpended balance of appropriation 

Cash in the Treasury, January 31, 1883 



$12,000 00 


34,000 00 


10,925 62 


21,500 00 


207 30 


302 88 


3,000 06 


4,308 99 


3,251 87 


4,302 29 


1,745 05 


2,823 09 


6,987 80 


2,784 67 


2,216 69 


2,200 00 


1,248 61 


365 17 


<y;so oo 


4,K'5 16 


1,000 82 



531 79 



380 76 




52 



Appropriations and Expenditures for the Current Year. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Interest t. , 

Schools 

Evening Schools , 

School Incidentals 

Incidentals 

St reet Lights 

Highways 

Building New Streets 

Land Damages 

Fire Department 

Support of Poor 

Police 

Salaries 

Public Library, current expenses 

Public Library, new books 

Sinking Fund 

State and County Tax 



Appropriation. 


Expenditure. 


Unexpended. 


$11,000 00 


$ 8 10,741 04 


$1=258 96 


121,500 00 


=21,500 00 




2701 04 


207 30 


493 74 


33,000 00 


3,000 00 




H,500 00 


4.308 99 


i=191 01 


3,500 00 


3,251 87 


i 2 248 13 


64,700 00 


10 4,275 27 


12424 73 


1,750 00 


1,745 05 


124 95 


3,264 89 


2,823 09 


441 80 


67,000 00 


6,987 80 


1212 20 


2,500 00 


"2,500 00 




'2,262 50 


2,216 P9 


1245 81 


2.2H0 00 


2,200 00 




1,300 00 


1,248 61 


51 39 


365 17 


365 17 




3,000 00 


8,000 00 




11,145 16 


11,145 16 




$83,68S 76 


$81,516 04 


$2,172 72 



1 After deducting $500.00 transferred by vote of town Dec. 14, 1882. 

2 Including $401.04, balance from last year. 

3 Including $500.00 transferred trom Schools. 

4 Including $1000.00 appropriated from liquor license money. 

6 Including $500.00 appropriated from liquor license money. 
Including $2,000.00 appropriated b - town Dec. 14, 1882. 

7 Including $282.50 appronriated from liquor license money. 

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

9 Amount of expenditure, less amount paid from Income Massachusetts School 

Fund. 
i° Amount of expenditure, less cash refunded. 

11 Amount of expenditure, less cash refunded and rents collected. 

12 Paid into Sinking Fund. 



TOWN DEBT, JANUARY 31, 1383. 
FUNDED LOAN. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

seven per cent, interest, due January 8, 1884....... 30,000 00 

Home Savings Bank, Boston, 

seven percent, interest, due February 28, 1884 20,000 00 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) 

four and one-half per cent, interest, due November 1,1890 30,000 00 

Commonwealth ot Massachusetts, 

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

Orange Savings Bank, Orange, 

four per cent, interest, due July I, 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 

Chelsea savings Bank, 

four per cent, interest, due November 1, 1891 1 15,000 00 

Arthur G. Tompkins, 

four per cent, interest, due November 1,1891 ,.„ 5,000 00 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) 

four per cent, interest, due February 1, 1892 5,000 00 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) 

four per cent, interest, due August 1, 1892 10,000 00 

Total indebtedness $205,000 Oo 



HENRY S. BUNTON, 
Town Treasurer 



Hyde Park, February 1, 1883. 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK SINKING FUND. 



COMMIH8IONER8' REPORT. 



Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1883 , $69,324 39 

% receipts, viz : 

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

From Town ot Hyde Park, unexpended balance of appropriations 1,185 79 

Income from investments 3,510 67 

$7,696 46 

Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1S83 $77,020 85 

INVESTED, VIZ : 

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

dated November 1, 1860, due Nuvember 1, 1890 $30,000 00 

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

dated August 1,1881, due August 1, 3891 20,000 00 

Note, Town of HyiiePaik, four percent, interest, 

dated February 1, 1882, due February 1, 1892 5,000 00 

Note, Town oi Hyde Park, lour per cent, interest, 

dated August 1, 1882, Jue August 1, 1892 10,000 00 

Deposit with New England Trust Company, Boston.... 12,020 85 

HENRY GREW, 
WILLIAM J. STUART, 
HENRY BLASDALE, 

Commissioners. 
HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Treasurer Sinking Fund. 

Hyde Park, February 1, 1883. 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT. 



BIRTHS. 

Number of Births registered in Hyde Park in 1882 206 

Males 114 

Females 87 

Sex not returned 5 

The parentage of the children is as follows : — 

Both parents American 85 

English 5 

Irish 27 

Swedes 4 

Germans 1 

Scotch 4 

of British Provinces 15 

Mixed — One parent American 45 

Both parents of other nationalities 14 

Birth place of parents unknown 9 

Born in January, 19 ; February, 9 ; March, 19 ; April, 19 ; May, 19 ; 
June, 22; July, 11; August, 24; September, 17; October, 15; November, 
11 ; December, 21. 

MARRIAGES. 

Number of intentions of marriage issued in 1882 63 

Number of marriages registered in 1882 62 

Oldest Groom 78 Youngest Groom 18 

Bride 72 " Bride 18 

Both parties born in United States 32 

" " Ireland 9 

" " British Provinces 11 

" " other foreign countries 1 

Foreign and American 8 

Married in January, 7 ; February, 2 ; March, 1 ; April, 4 ; May, 4 ; 
June, 13; July, 2; August, 7; September, 1; October, 6; November, 6; 
December, 9. 



56 



The following are the names, ages and residences of the parties 
whose marriages were solemnized in 1882, certificates of which 
bave been filed in this office : — 



Date, 


Names. 


Jan'y 


3 

7 
13 


William J. Kyle 




Ella Graham 


'• 


James P. Mackintosh.... 
Ellen P. Sullivan 


'« 




" 


" 


Edward I. Knight 


>. 


22 








« 


" 


Catherine MeDermott.. . . 


" 


31 


Abel W. Phinney 


Feb'y 


3 


Melvin W. Boardman 

Hattie F. Hacket 


" 


16 




Mar. 


20 
5 


Willis T. Coonts 

Sarah E. Crowd 


April 




ii 


13 








u 


20 








f 


27 


Thomas Mulcahy 


May 


4, 








"' 


11 




" 


17 




" 


25 




Jnne 


1 


George H. Tucker....... 


, " 


1 





Eesidence. 



Boston 

Hyde Park.. 



Boston 

Hyde Park.. 

Wakefield... 
Hyde Park.. 

Boston 

Hyde Park.. 

Canton 

Boston 

Hyde Park.. 

Mason, Mich, 
Hyde Park.. 

Dedham .... 
Hyde Park.. 



n I o 

-2 id® 
S.S-T3 

3 ~<N 

2 



1st 
2d 
1st 

2d 
1st 



By whom Married. 



2d 

31 
1st 



2d 
1st 



Henry B. Terry, Esq 
Rev. G. Easterbrook 
Edmund Davis, Esq 
Rev. W.N. Richardson 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 

Rev. O. T. Walker. 
Rev. Thos. M. Preble 
Rev. R J . Barry. 
Rev. W.N. Richardson 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev, G. Easterbrook 
Rev. P. J. O'Donnell 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. P. J. O'Donnell 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. P. S. Evans. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. G. Easterbrook 



57 



Registry of Marriages in 1882 — {Continued.) 



Date. 


June 


3 


« 


14 


" 


15 


•• 


17 


•it 


17 


" 


19 


" 


22 


" 


22 


« 


22 


(C 


25 


" 


28 


July 


8 


" 


20 


Aug. 


1 


" 


1 


" 


3 


« 


9 


., 


35 


» 


2S 


« 


30 


Sept. 


21 



Names. 



Andrew J. Rowe. ...... 

Sarah Moore • , 

John P.Welch... 

Ellen McGowan 

Frank H. Fogg , 

Sarah E.Caffln 

Frank H. Pierce .... 

Kaieline Clingen 

Robert Martin, Jr 

Elizabeth Hickey 

Henrv G. Balkam 

Cora Edith Boynton 

James McKirdy 

Emma Derrington 

Horatio N. Peasley 

Emma J. Moft'att 

JohnF.Dowd 

Mary A, Hughes 

Amedee Gavonettee 

Exrine Pichee 

William Griffin 

Sarah McMahon 

James A. Fisher 

Madgie E. Nelson 

Thomas G. Gately 

Mary McKenua 

Thomas F. Wall 

Mary A- Murphy 

Harlan P. Smiley 

Francis M. Shaw 

John C. Hart 

Bridget M. Rooney 

James T. Hartford 

Annie Carberry 

Alexander J. McDonald. 
Katie Mahoney 

John H. Hill 

Mary Moore 

Frederick J. Davenport.. 
Emma M. Dickey 

William E. Wagg 

Edwina F. Norton 



Residence. 



Dedham. 



Hyde Park. 



Somerville.. 
Hyde Park. 

Boston 

Hyde Park. 



Boston 

Hyde Park. 



Denmark, Me 
Dedham...... 



Boston 

Hyde Park. 



Bristol, 111. 
Hyde Park. 



o 

H 
<1 


•A a 


By whom Married 


45 
37 


2d 


Henry B. Terry, Esq. 


24 

18 


1st 
<- 


Rev. R. J. Rarry. 


23 
25 




Rev. P. B. Davis. 


29 
33 


2d 


Rev. O. T. Walker. 


21 
20 


1st 


Rev. Jesse Wagner. 


35 

22 


" 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 


43 
35 


2d 


Rev. Reuben Kidner. 


30 
23 


1st 


Rev. Jesse Wagner 


26 

24 


|| 


Rev. John Dowd. 


18 
12 


u 


Rev. R. J. Barry. 


22 

h 


a 


« 


41 

3u 


2d 


Rev. G. Easterbrook. 


•24 
20 


1st 


Rev. P. J. O'Donnell. 


33 
33 


M 


Rev. John Buckley. 


Si 
30 


2d 


Rev. A. J. Rich. 


31 

25 


1st 


Rev. R. J. Barry. 


19 
18 


.! 


Henry B. Terry, Esq. 


25 

22 


■ ' 


Rev. R. J. Barry. 


32 
35 


2d 


Rev. Jesse Wagner. 


58 
43 


CI 


CI ■( 


33 

28 


1st 


" " 



58 



Registry op Marriages in 1882 — (Continued.) 



Date. 



Oct. 



Sov. 



Dec. 



Names. 



Albert Currier 

Annie Regan 

Lawson B. Bidvvell. .... 
Jennie G. Raymond 

Wallace M. Rhodes , 

Mary E. Ayer 

Robert Bleakie 

Mary A. Wetherell , 

Moses A. Reinick 

Mary S. Knapp 

Alfred Darby 

Jennie L.Feunell 

William Moross, Jr 

Elexenor Beauclair 

Patrick J. Dwyer. 

Ellen F. Gilmartin 

Arthur C. Zimmernaann. 
Minnie S. Brown 

James J. Hannon 

Ann Kerrigan 

Cornelius, J. Donovan.. 
Ellen T. Haley 

Charles E. Gardner 

Hattie M. Cook 

Timothy Tibbetts 

Julia A. Hodgdon 

Delly Dubuque 

Melina Beauclair 

Fred T. Greenlow 

Emma E. Parker 

Frank H. Caffin 

Ruth P. Davenport 

Michael McSorley 

Helena J. McDonald.... 

Lewis P. Bates 

Lizzie C. Mandell 

Thomas G.Daggett 

Harriet E. Stevens 

Frederick A. Leason.... . 
Sybil E. A. Morgan 

Alexander Davidson, Jr 
Ellen Gould 



Residence. 



Boston .... 
Hyde Park 

Dedham... 

Hyde Park 
Attleboro'. 

Hyde Park 

Milton .... 
Hyde Park 



Newton.... 

Canton 

Hyde Park 

Boston 

Hyde Park 

Somerville. 
Hyde Park 



Canton 

Hyde Park. 



Quincy 

Hyde Park. 





o— < 


6 


u 1 a 

Si so" 

~ r <n 

•A 3 
2 


25 

23 


1st 


23 

20 


u 


24 

20 


" 


48 
28 


2d 
1st 


33 
34 


2d 


25 

18 


1st 


24 
23 


■! 


22 

22 


" 


22 


'<'< 


36 
30 


2d 
1st 


27 
27 


" 


29 
25 


2d 
1st 


61 
37 


2d 


21 
20 


1st 


32 
24 


" 


28 
24 


" 


26 

22 


<( 


24 
24 


j| 


24 
23 


^ " 


25 

20 


2d 
1st 


26 
19 


« 



By whom Married. 

Rev. J.T. Magrath. 
ii tt 

Rev. C. M. Southgate. 
Rev. T. W. Illinan. 
Rev. Jesse Wagner. 
Rev. J. T. Magrath. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 

Rev. R. P. Stebbins. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 

Rev. C. M. Biddle. 
Rev.jA. J. Rich. 
Rev. P. J O'Donuell. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 

Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. A. J. Rich. 
Rev. Jesse Wagner. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. J. T. Magrath. 



59 



DEATHS. 

Number of deaths in Hyde Park in 1882 118 

Males 59 Females 59 

Born in the United States 92 

" England ' 2 

" Ireland 18 

" Scotland 1 

" British Provinces 4 

" Germany 1 

AGES. 

Stillborn 8 

Under one year. . . 15 

Between land 5 years 11 

" 5 and 10 years 5 

" 10 and 20 years 6 

20 and 30 years 11 

" 30 and 40 years 17 

" 40 and 50 years 9 

" 50 and 60 years 9 

" 60 and 70 years 13 

" 70 and 80 years 6 

" 80 and 90 years 8 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



Accident 6 

Consumption, pneumonia or 

other lung diseases. ........ 28 

Cholera infantum, or other bow- 
el diseases 9 

Diphtheria 2 

Throat diseases (other than 

diphtheria. ) 2 

Heart disease 6 

Typhoid fever 4 

Paralysis and apoplexy 8 



Small-pox 1 

Stillborn 11 

Old age 8 

Various other diseases 13 

Suicide 3 

Convulsions 6 

Dropsy 3 

Measles 1 

Marasmus 6 

Cancer 3 



60 



The following are the names of those who died in Hyde Park 
during the year 1882 : — 



Jan. 



Feb. 



12 
" 13 

14 
" 14 

" 14 

16 

" 20 

March 1 

7 

7 

11 

" 13 

14 

14 

18 



April 



Blay 



June 



Hannah S. Bartlett ... 

Ellen Kelley 

Laurence Kelley 

Margaret Coveney 

Gertrude M. Ochs 

Nellie Sullivan 

Enoch Frank Wood.... 

William Brooks . . 

Charles E. Tyler.. 

Michael Duggan 

Betsey Smith 

Thomas Mullen 

Henry C. Matthews.... 

Carl R. Brostrom 

Mary Gorman 

Sarah Sullivan 

Whittemore 

Thomas E. Feehan 

Sarah A. Fisher 

Thomas J. Hardy 

Mary E. Holt 

Emma S. Christopher.. 

Charles McGuire 

Sophia Babcock 

Chester A. Carberg.... 

George B. Parrott 

Frederick Loercher. . . . 

Jenne M. Tarr ... 

Chipman 

John A.Harvey 

Octavia Phi Hips 

Catherine Karney 

James Sweeney 

William H. Murphy 

Frances A. Stokoo 

Edward J. Dempsey... 
Henry Adams Kerr.... 

Mabel A. Fisher 

Almira Morgan 

George A. Wood 

Jeremiah Coughlin 

Charles H. Gault 

Asa Humphrey 

Joanna O'Brien 

Martha D. Macombeiv , 

Margaret W. Pierce 

Abram B. Provonchee. 

John Vose 

Hannah K. Phipps 

Hanorah Cannon 

Herbert C. Oliver 

William J. Wallace 

Lyons 

Margaret Lyons 

Scrivens 

Robert B. Forsyth...... 

John Condon 

Teresa Hawkins 

Aldith J. Sullivan .. 
Edward J, Cahill 



10 

8 j 20 

11 — 

10 25 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Cancer. 

Pneumonia. 

Premature Birth. 

Convulsions. 

Marasmus. 

Old age. 

Typhoid Fever. 

Apoplexy. 

Marasmus. 

Heart Disease. 

Prostration. 

Consumption. 

Typhoid Fever. 

Diphtheria. 

Consumption. 

Phthisis. 

Premature Birth. 

Convulsions. 

Consumption. 

Nervous Prostration. 

Small-pox, 

Pneumonia. 

Paralysis. 

Convulsions. 

Erysipelas. • 

Consumption. 

Premature Birth. 

Heart Disease. 

Erysipelas. 

Phthisis. 

Bronchitis. 

Convulsions, 

Suicide. 

Heart Disease. 

Convulsions. 

Consumption. 

Old Age. 

Dropsy, 

Consumption. 

Bright's Disease. 

Albuminuria. 

Inflammation of Bowels. 

Cancer. t 

Inflammation of Liver. 

Accidental Drowning. 

Paralysis. 

Old Age. 

Acute Meningitis. 

Tuberculosis. 

Consumption. 

Stillborn. 

Child Birth. 

Stillborn. 

Diphtheria. 

Tuberculosis. 

Marasmus. 

Convulsions. 

Consumption. 



61 



Deaths — ( Continued.) 



June 


22 


" 


24 


" 


25 


» 


25 


<• 


28 


Julv 


10 


" 


IV 


" 


21 


" 


25 


" 


2(5 


" 


27 


Aug. 


8 


•' 


ft 


" 


7 


" 


16 


" 


17 


" 


20 


" 


25 


" 


26 


Sept. 


5 


" 


ft 


" 


9 


" 


11 


" 


17 


" 


21 


« 


28 


Oct. 


6 


" 


7 


" 


9 


" 


11 


" 


14 


" 


15 


" 


16 


" 


17 


" 


20 


" 


20 


" 


28 


'• 


26 


" 


31 


Nov. 


2 


u 




U 




" 


15 


" 


16 


" 


16 


'* 


22 


" 


2S 


" 


30 


Dec. 


o 


" 


13 


" 


14 


" 


14 


" 


15 


" 


21 


" 


28 


14 


29 


" 


29 


" 


29 



Clara I. Chamberlain 

Michael Snedeker 

Mary A. Frosc 

Thomas P. Swift 

Essie A. Piper 

Henry Giles ■ 

■ Clark 

Joseph B. Quimby... 

Francis Sullivan 

Margaret Cleary.' 

Joseph S. Henderson 

Margaret Feehan 

Teresa Fuller 

Annie L. Hewett 

Morgan Curran 

Amanda Beaslev 

Buck 

John Burke 

Perry F. Wyman 

Joseph Young 

Howard L. Basa 

Lydia Day 

Rose A. Fitzserald. . 
Merritt B. Reynolds.. 

Goes... 

Besenta Flag? 

Diana P. Knight 

Durfee 

Mary T. Cunningham 

John Bowen 

Annie M. Gould 

Jane McCluskey 

Elizabeih Henderson 
Eliza H. Chipman.... 

Haues 

Francis E. Holmes... 

Mary Kelley 

Horace Blanchard.. . 

Nellie McCarry 

Sarah L. Simmons... 
Charles McGowan... 
Johanna Wenkler .... 

Mary Brady 

Mary A. Doe 

Walter Welch 

AlfaretteS. Smith ... 
Sally D. Allen.... .. 

Garrison 

Emily J. Olson 

Rebecca Clark 

Joseph Edwards 

Johanna O'Donnell.. 
Mary McGlaughlin... 

John H. Gould 

Walter B. Edler 

John Burns 

Charles M. Burns ... 
John Karney 



Y. m. l) 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Congestion of Lungs. 
Disease of Heart. 
Old Age. 
Dropsy. 

Paralysis. 

Stillborn. 

Heart Disease and Drops} . 

Cholera Infantum. 

Phthisis. 

Dinrrhoea. 

Phthisis. 

Severe Burns. 

Cholera Infantum. 

Marasmus. 

Consumption. 

Stillborn. 

Cholera Infantum. 

Old Age. 

Marasmus. 

Old Age. 

Marasmus. 

Typhoid Fever. 

Premature Birth. 

Paralysis. 

Ulceration of Bowels. 

Stillborn. 

Thrombus. 

Drowned. 

Anemia. 

Heart Disease. 

Old Age. 

Apoplexy. 

Stillborn. 

Phthisis Tuberculoses. 

Acute Laryngitis.. 

Pulmonary Hemorrhage. 

Consumption. 

Pneumonia. 
Congestion of Lungs. 
Consumption. 

Typhoid Fever. 

Apoplexy. 

Pneumonia. 

Still bora. 

Measles. 

Oid Age. 

Ca'icer of Stomach. 

Inflammation ot Bowels. 

Contusion of Brain, 

Apoplexy. 

Inflammation of Bowels. 

Drowned, 



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

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL EEPOET 



OF THE 



HYDE PARK LIBRARY BOARD. 



The Board of Trustees of the Hyde Park Free Public 
Library herewith submit their eleventh annual report : — 

The Library is now one of the useful and pleasant institu- 
tions of the town. It comprises over seven thousand well 
selected volumes ; all the leading magazines of the land ; 
various weekly, semi-weekly and daily newspapers ; has 
brilliantly lighted and pleasant rooms ; and a new catalogue 
free to every family. There is nothing, therefore, to pre- 
vent any and every citizen from enjoying its privileges and 
sharing in its benefits. 

During the past year three hundred and fifty new books 
have been added by purchase, and others by gift from vari- 
ous parties, as elsewhere particularized. 

The new catalogue is interleaved in such a manner that 
at each letter of the alphabet there is opportunity, for a con- 
siderable time in the future, to- enter all new books added to 
the Library, and as the Trustees propose to publish, from 
time to time, classified lists of all additions, each person 
who wishes can, with very little trouble, have always a com- 
plete catalogue of the entire Library. 



64 

The number of new cards given out in 1882 was 381. 
The amount received from fines was $52.85. The increase 
in the number of books drawn from the Library in 1882, 
over the number in 1881, is nearly 6,000, as will be seen 
by the following statement : — 

The number of books given out in 1880, was . .. 15,264 

" " " 1881, was . . 19,535 

While the number given out in 1882, was . . 25,422 

Of this large number not a book has been lost,— a fact 
that speaks well both for the users of the Library, and for 
the efficiency and good management of the Librarian, Mrs. 
H. A. B. Thompson, who has had entire charge of the 
Library and rooms, and with but occasional assistance has 
performed all the duties connected therewith. 

The following books and publications have been presented 
to the Library during the past year : — 

8 Vols. Public Documents and 4 Pamphlets, from Washington 

5 " " "...." the State 

21 " " "... from Mr. Francis Boyd 

14 " " « and 29 Pamphlets " " Geo. Sanford 

2 " . . . - . . . " Mrs. J. A. Boyle 

1 Vol " Mr. R. J. Everett 

2 Pamphlets . . . from the Providence Public Library 
4 Books .... . from other sources 



The Library Fund, which during the time of general 
shrinkages was somewhat reduced, is now, through accumu- 
lation of interest, slightly larger than ever before. 

The constantly increasing number of persons using the 
Library, together with the natural growth of the Library 
itself, now rapidly encroaching on the very small amount' of 
available space, warn us that in the near future some pro- 
vision must be made to accommodate the increase. 



65 

The lease of the present premises expire next December, 
and it is for the Town to consider whether it will continue 
to occupy its present quarters, will look for others, or build 
a suitable library building for itself. 

Until the debt of the town is still further reduced from 
its original proportions, the latter plan would hardly meet 
with favor from the tax-payers, however desirable in itself. 
Possibly, however, some public spirited citizen might be 
induced to put up a suitable building, provided the town 
would take a long lease of it at a price that would pay a fair 
interest on the investment. Such a building might be made 
an ornament to the Town, and open up the advantages of the 
Library to a larger number of its inhabitants than have 
heretofore found it convenient to avail themselves of its 
privileges. 

For the Board of Trustees, 

AMOS H. BRAINARD, 

Chairman. 



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BY-LAWS. 



At a meeting of the legal voters of the town of Hyde Park ^ 
Mass., held December 14th, A. D. 1882, it was voted to adopt the 
following By-Laws, to wit : — 

NOTIFICATION OP 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, when so 
required by aDy legal voter. 

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. 



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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 and 
voting. 

FINANCIAL YEAR. 

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

MEETINGS OP 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 tbe 
same delivered to the collector, on or before the first clay 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 seven per cent, per annum, 
if so voted by the town. 

3. — On the first secular day of each month, the Collector shall pay 
over to the town Treasurer all the taxes collected by him ; and he 
shall on or before the first day of February in each year, make up his 
account and render the same to the Auditors. 

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, quarterly, and shall 
certify as to the correctness of the same in the printed annual 
report. 

2. — 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. 



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

4. — 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. 

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. — The owner of such building, or the person or persons removing 
the same, shall pay the town all damages, costs, and expenses for 
which the town may be liable or compelled to pay. 

3. — No person shall place, or cause to be placed, in any of the 
public streets, sidewalks, lands, or upon any of the common lands of 
the town, without a written license from the selectmen, any manure 
dirt, gravel, stones, building materials, wood, coal, barrels, boxes, 
merchandise, or any rubbish or obstruction whatever. 

4. — No person shall obstruct the sidewalks or streets of the town 
to the molestation of travelers, or accost or address another person 
with profane or obscene language in a street or public place. Whoever 
violates this by-law shall be subject to the provisions of section 35 
of chapter 207 of the public statutes. Constables and police officers 
are instructed to enforce this by-law. 

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 ball, or throw 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, unless by written 
consent of the Selectmen. 

7.— No person except the Selectmen or the Surveyors of highways, 
in the lawful performance of their duties, or those acting under their 
orders, shall break or dig up the ground in any street or public way 
in the town, without first obtaining a written permit from the Select- 
men ; and all persons acting under such permit, shall put up and main- 
tain a suitable railing or fence around the part of the street so broken 
up, so long as the same shall remain unsafe or inconvenient for trav- 
ellers, and he or they shall keep one or more lighted lanterns fixed to 
such railing or fence, or in some other way exposed every nignt from 
twilight in the evening through the whole nisrht, so lon2f as such street 
or way shall be or remain unsafe or inconvenient for travellers. 



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8. — Loud crying of wares or merchandise, or hallooing, hooting or 
making loud and unseemly noises on the public streets or squares of 
the town, to the annoyance of citizens, is prohibited. 



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 53 of the public 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 public way in said town, either with or 
without a keeper, except within the limits of such way adjoining his 
own premises, and field drivers are instructed to enforce this by-law. 



1. — The town hereby avails itself of the several provisions of the 
statutes of this Commonwealth, now in force, relating to habitual 
truants and absentees from school. 

2. — All children convicted of habitual truancy hereunder, and 
children between the ages of seven and fifteen years, residing in said 
town, and who may be found wandering about the streets or public 
places of said town, having no lawful occupation or business, not 
attending school, and growing up in ignorance, may be committed to 
the Lawrence Industrial School, of Lawrence, Mass., or to any house 
of reformation which has been or may hereafter be established by 
the County Commissioners of the County of Norfolk, or to any place 
provided by this town within its limits, for confinement, instruction 
and discipline. 

3. — Two or more truant officers shall be appointed annually, whose 
duty it shall be to inquire into all the violations of the truant laws, 
and of the law relating to compulsory education, and to do all the 
acts required of them by the laws of the Commonwealth. 

4. — It shall be the duty of every truant officer, previous to making 
any complaint under these laws, to notify the truant, or absentee from 
school, also his parent or guardian, of the ofience committed, and of 
the penalty therefor, and if the truant officer can obtain satisfactory 
pledges for the restraint and reformation of the child, he may, at his 
discretion, forbear to prosecute so long as such pledges are faithfully 
kept. 



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5. — It shall be the duty of the School Committee, the teachers of 
the public schools, and the citizens generally, to aid the truant officers 
as far as possible in the discharge of their duties. 

6. — It shall be the duty of the truant officers to keep a full record 
of all their official acts, and make an annual report thereof to the 
School Committee, who shall publish the same with their own report. 

7. — Nothing in these by-laws shall be so construed as to alter or 
impair the obligation and duty of teachers to enforce punctuality and 
regularity of attendance, and to preserve good order and discipline. 

JUNK DEALERS. 

The Selectmen are authorized and instructed to enforce the pro- ' 
visions of chapter 102 of the public statutes or acts amendatory thereof, 
or additional thereto, relating to junk dealers. 

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. 

UNEXPENDED APPROPRIATIONS, 

Any unexpended balance of the regular annual appropriations, 
excepting those for public schools and the Public Library, shall, at the 
close of each financial year, be paid into the sinking fund, to be used 
in extinguishing the town debt. 

DUTIES OF TOWN CLERK. 

The Town Clerk shall keep a file of all town reports, reports of all 
committees chosen by the town, and all original documents relating 
to the affairs of the town which may come into his possession ; he 
shall, as soon as practicable, after any election has been held by the 
town, in addition to the notices he is now directed to give to officers 
who are required to take an oath of office, also issue a written or print- 
ed notice to all persons who have been elected to any other office, or 
chosen to serve on any other committee, stating the office to which 
such person has been elected, or the duties which snch committee was 
chosen to perform. 

DEFENCE OF ACTIONS. 

The Selectmen shall have full authority, as agents of the town, to 
employ counsel, and appear for and defend suits brought against it, 
unless otherwise specially ordered by a vote of the town. 



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CONVEYING. 

Y\ henever it shall be necessary to execute any deed conveying 
land, or any other instrument required to carry into effect any vote of 
the town, the same shall be executed by the Selectmen, or a majority 
of them, in behalf of the town, unless the town shall otherwise vote 
in any special case. 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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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 mayfrorn 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. And any person who shall obstruct the Engineers, or any 
of them, in carrying out the provisions of this section, shall be liable 
to the penalty hereinafter stated. 

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. 

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. 



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PROSECUTION UNDER THE BY-LAWS. 

Any citizen may, and the selectmen, constables and police officers 
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. 

REPEAL OF OLD BY-LAWS. 

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

BY-LAWS, WHEN TO TAKE EFFECT. 

These by-laws shall go into effect from and after their passage and 
their approval by the superior court, or any justice thereof. 

Attest : 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



Norfolk ss. Superior Court, December Term, to wit: January 
16, 1883. Approved by the Court. 

ERASTUS WORTHINGTON, Clerk. 



EESIDENT TAX-PAYEES. 



Abovu, Henry T. 
Adams, Charlotte H. 
Adler, Leonard 
Adler, George H. 
Alderman, M. P. 
Alderman, Lucy A. 
Aldrich, B. C. . 
Aldrich, Mana B. 
Aldrich, P. W. 
Alden, C. L. & Co. 
Allen, AbbieF. 
Allen, Zenas 
Allen, Orville • 
Allen, C. P. 
Allen, Francis S. 
Anderson, Lydia 
Arentzen, Christiana 
Arey, Mrs. John W. 
Arnold, Isaiah P., heirs of 
Arnold & Hibbard 
Atkinson, Robert 
Ayer, George, heirs of 



Bachelder, Lizzie B. 

Bacon, Laura A. 

Badger, Susan C. 

Bailev, Annie E. 

Balkam S. B. . 

Balkani Henry G. 

Balcom D. O. 

Balcom, Mary J., heirs of 

Baptist Church Society 

Barrows, Harriett M 

Barry, Michael 

Barry, R. J. 

Barritt, William H. 

Barrett, Hannah 

Bartlett, Elizabeth E. 

Bartlett, Hannah S., heirs of 

Barker James H. 

Bardan Michael 

Barnard, L. H. . 

Barne, Charlotte 

Bass, Arthur C. 

Bachellor, Annie M 

Bates, J. C. 

Bates, Anna 

Bates, Emma M. 

Bates, Prank H. 

Bean, J. W. 

Beatey, John . 

Bell, Catherine 

Bennett, John 

Bennett, Alfred W. 

Benton, Charles O. 

Benson, Leua . 

Bent. Catherine D. 

Berry, Nathaniel P. 

Bickford, L. B. 

Bidwell, L. B. . 

Bigelow, Fred C. 



Real Per- 
Estate. Bonal. Un vaid. 



$39 48 
36 96 



5-1 60 
58 80 
61 32 

32 76 

99 96 
52 92 
57 12 
194 04 
115 C8 
48 72 
29 40 
41 16 
56 28 
31 08 
35 28 
16 80 



245 28 
43 68 

139 44 
57 12 

203 28 

36 96 
4 20 
73 92 
31 08 
20 16 



7 56 
30 24 
30 24 
29 40 



30 24 

18 90 
73 92 
32 76 
65 52 
52 08 
23 52 

13 44 

30 24 
30 24 
57 12 
35 28 
41 16 
54 60 
87 36 
90 72 



15 12 

8 40 



4 20 
24 36 



10 08 



2 52 



2 52 
146 16 
42 00 



3 36 
5 04 


50 
84 


25 20 


4 70 

50 


50 


15 12 

5 04 



$40 32 



32 76 



31 08 
35 28 
16 80 



139 44 
59 64 



73 92 
31 08 



29 40 



84 
30 24 



28 22 



57 12 

35 78 



18 14 
17 36 



5 04 



76 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Weal 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Blaise, Ruth S. 


$97 44 


$0 50 


$97 94 


Blake & Barnes 












13 44 






Blake, Enoch E. 














3 36 




Blackmer, Hannah H. 












82 32 


3 53 


85 85 


Blanchard, Richard, heirs of 












110 04 






Blasdale, Henry 












95 76 


8 40 




Bleakie, Robert 












1749 72 


5f2 32 




Bleakie, Robert & Co. . 














510 70 




Bleakie, Robert, Trustee, 












92 40 






Bleakie, Margaret F. 












134 40 


11 76 




Blodgett, Annie E. 












9 24 




9 24 


Bloom, Julius R. 














38 64 






Bodwell, Nathaniel 














57 12 




57 12 


Bond, John R. 














16 80 




16 80 


Bonney, Susan 














43 68 






Bowen, Patience 














35 28 




35 28 


Boyd, Francis 














97 44 




97 44 


Boyd, Fred. W. 
















4 20 




Boynton & Rogers 














55 02 






Boynton, Francis 














43 68 


18 90 




Boyden , George E. 














47 88 




47 SS 


Brarnwell, W. C. 














132 72 


220 SO 




Brasan, Thomas P. 














46 20 


50 




Brackett, John S, 














23 52 






Brady, John 














19 32 






Bragdon, Julia A. 














29 40 






Brainard, Amos H. 














139 44 


2 52 




Brannon, Patrick 














27 72 


1 68 


29 40 


Bradley, Kate E. 














40 32 






Bridgman, Alfred F. 














67 20 




67 20 


Bridgman, J. C, , 
















33 60 


33 60 


Brigham, F. D. 
















15 12 




Brostrom, Andrew J. 














33 60 






Brown, B. J. , 














47 88 






Brown, I. J.. 














583 Si) 


2 52 




Brown. James R. 














21 84 


1 51 


23 35 


Brooks, John L. 














29 40 






Brooks Addie H. 














42 00 






Brooks, Alfred L. 














43 6S 






Bryant, W. C. 














6 72 






Bryant, Helen . 














40 32 






Bryant, Nancy A. 














22 68 






Buchan, Thomas 














1 68 






Bullard, William, heirs of 












368 76 






Bullard, William A., heirs o 


f 










39 48 






Bullard, Isaac 












48 72 






Bullard, John N. 












25 20 


35 28 


60 48 


Bunker, S. S. . 












36 96 




36 96 


Burnett, Marshall 












38 64 






Bunton, Henry S. 












61 32 






Bunton, Henry S., Trustee 












204 96 






Burke, John 












3 36 




3 36 


Burke, Patrick 












9 24 




9 24 


Burke, Thomas, 1st 












10 08 






Burke, Thomas, 2d . 












10 08 






Burns, Dennis 












38 64 




38 64 


Burns, Timothy . 












10 08 






Burns, D. D. 










^ 


32 76 


1 68 




Burger, Antoine 












34 44 


50 


34 94 


Bussey, Charlotte A. . 












42 00 




42 00 


Butler, Harriet P. W. 










64 68 






Butler, George H., heirs of 










1 68 






Butrpan, George F. 




, 






49 56 




49 56 


Buzzell, Mattie G. 










30 24 






C 

Cable, Hobert M 


188 16 







77 



Resident Tay-Payers — (Continued.) 



1 

NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Cadnc, E. E. ...... 




f 192 36 


$192 36 


Caffin, F.ti. . 












$90 72 




90 72 


Caldwell, J. A. 












85 68 


2 52 




Caller, Ellen A. 












52 08 






Caller, Frederick E. . 












6 72 






Caller, Joseph 












19 32 






Campbell, Josiah, heirs of 












18 18 






Campbell, Agnes 












57 12 






Cancannou, Patrick 












15 12 






Cannon, Michael, Jr. . 












9 24 




9 24 


Carter, A. F. . 












30 24 






Carter, J. B. 














21 S4 




Carter & Churchill 












16 80 






Carter, Charles H. 














25 20 




Carberg, Frances G. . 












27 72 






Carlton, W. F . 












20 16 






Gary, Harrison 












6 72 




6 72 


Cashman, Ellen F. 












26 04 






Case, Samuel T. 












28 56 






Case, W.J. . ... 












77 28 






Chamberlain, H. C. . 












57 12 


33 60 


90 72 


Chamberlain, Thomas 












42 00 


8 40 




Chandler, Edward J. 












4 20 






Chandler, Emeline H. 












46 20 






Chapman, Eucy A. 












.147 00 






Chapin, Chas. M. 














1 68 




Chapin, Mrs. A. 












89 88 






Chadwick, J. H. 














42 00 




Cnesley, S. A. . 












42 00 






Cherrington, R. E. 












39 48 






Chipman, Benjamin. . 












25 20 




25 20 


Choate, W. P. . 












175 56 


47 54 


223 10 


Chick, C. G. 












47 04 






Cilley, Jonathan L. 












26 88 






Clapp, Henrietta L. 












36 96 


50 


37 46 


Clarke, Marcus, heirs of 












nd 28 






Clark, Mary, 2d 














33 60 




Clark, Mary, 1st. 












23 52 






Claik, Mrs. S. S. 












57 96 




57 96 


Clarke, Joseph Q. 












47 04 






Clarke, L. C. 












4 20 






Clary, Mary 












25 20 


1 68 




Coan, E. N. & Co. 














41 16 




Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr. 












117 60 


33 60 




Cochran, Mary J. 












33 60 






Cochran, Adelaide L. . 












42 00 




42 00 


Coffin, Sarah A. 














8 40 


8 40 


Colby, C. H. 












82 32 






Coleman, E.J. 












21 S4 


50 


52 34 


Coleman, Elizabeth S. 












25 20 




25 20 


Collins, Edward W. . 












P5 44 






Congregational Society, 1st 












72 24 






Conley, Michael, heirs of 
Conley, Stephen 












8 4 




8 40 












16 SO 






Conley, Michael 












45 36 






Conley, Barlley 












IS 4S 




18 4S 


Conlan, P. S. 












37 28 




37 28 


Conroy, Patrick 












12 60 






Condon, James 












52 OS 


4 70 




Connor, Barney 














1 68 


1 68 


Cook, Emilv A. 












40 32 




40 32 


Cook, Jacob 












53 76 


2 52 




Cook, Sarah C. 












17 64 




17 64 


Cooper, Margaret . • 












35 28 






Cooper, Margaret, Trustee 












54 60 






Corson, Reuben 












84 00 


47 04 


131 04 



78 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 





NAMES. 










Real 

Estate. 


1 Per- 
1 sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Corbett, Ellen E. . . . 


$:-;6 96 




$36 96 


Corbett, Jeremiah 














$2 18 


2 18 


Corbett, John 












31 92 






Corrigan, Bridget 












21 52 


50 


24 02 


Corrigan, Thomas 












57 12 


7 22 


64 34 


Corrigan, Rose 












5 04 




5 04 


Corcoran, Mary and Edwarc 


i 










29 40 






Cottelle, Nathan T. 














4 20 


4 20 


Cottelle, Sophia W. . 












63 00 


3 36 


6 r > 3 i 


Cotter, John 














8 40 




Coulihan, Charlotte A. 












2 62 




2 52 


Coveney, Augusta E. 












32 76 






Coveney, Charles J. 












5 04 






Coveney, Mary 












37 80 




37 80 


Cowan, W. C. & Matilda 












38 64 






Cox, John 














8 40 


8 40 


Crumpler, Arthur 












11 76 






Crnmmet, C. H. , 












131 88 


5 04 


136 92 


Curley, Thomas F. 












21 84 






Curley, Sabina 












16 80 


1 26 


, 18 06 


Curren, Mrs. P. 












5 04 






Curtis, Jason L. 












50 4ii 




50 40 


Cunningham, Mary T. 












28 56 






D 








Dadley, James . wBBKt 


30 24 






Damon, Roscoe 














30 24 






Darling, Mary A. 














47 88 






Davenport, C. E. 














15 12 


16 80 




Davis, Alonzo 














45 36 






Davis, Mrs. A. P. 














48 72 




4S 72 


Davis, David L. 














157 92 


117 60 




De'Entremont, M. A. 














36 9'i 






Dean, Ellen C. 














70 56 


2 62 


73 OS 


Dee, Dennis, heirs of 














27 72 






Dolan, Patrick 














9 24 




9 24 


Dolau, Thomas 














31 92 




31 92 


Donlan, Malachi 














57 12 


5 71 


62 83 


Donahoe, John 














7 53 


84 


8 40 


Dowse, George S. 














50 40 






Downey, John 














19 32 


2 m 


22 01 


Downey, Michael 














30 24 






Downes, G. S. 














25 20 






Downing, Alfred 














121 80 


90 67 




Downing, Belinda 
















110 38 




Downing, Elizabeth C 














45 3 = 






Dunn, J. P. 














8 40 




8 40 


Dunn, William, Jr. 














66 36 






Durel], J. M. 














82 32 






Dyer, Quincy 














5~» 40 


30 24 




Dyer, William and Varilla F 












57 96 


1 68 


59 64 


E 








Eastwood, Annie J. and Isabella H. 


20 16 






Edenborg, John 








33 60 






Edwards, Lovey L. 














79 80 






Edwards, Elena J. 














' 72 24 




72 24 


Ellis, J. D. 














65 52 






Ellis, HattieE. 














38 64 






Emery, J. P. 














4S 72 


4 28 




Ennekinar, John J. 














55 44 






Estes, G. F. 














133 56 


5 04 


138 60 


Esty.JaneE. . 














5 04 




5.04 


Eustis, Maria A. 














05 76 






Evans, Thomas C. 














117 60 


62 33 




Evans, S. Abbie 














j 


8S 20 





79 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Everett, W. S. 


$89 04 


$28 56 




Evvins, Alexander ...... 


68 88 






F 








Fairbairn, Wra. U. ..... . 


57 12 


2 52 




Fairbairn, Draxana 














3H 96 






Fairbanks, Caroline N. 














46 20 






Fall, James B. 
















15 54 


$15 54 


Fallon, Bridget 














10 08 




10 08 


Fallon, Peter & Michat 


1 ! 














15 96 




Fallon, Peter 














19 32 






Farnsworth, C. L. 














97 44 


38 96 


134 40 


Faunce, Thomas E. , 














38 64 






Faunce, Josephine 














23 52 






Feehan, Patrick . 
















1 68 


1 68 


Field, Thomas G. 














14 28 






Fellows, G. M. 














57 12 






Feunell, William 














23 52 






Fernald, George M. 














30 24 




30 24 


Fife, James 














4 20 


2 94 




Fisher, Sophia 














47 04 






Fisher, Andrew 
















20 16 




Fisher, Daniel C. 














52 92 






Fiske, H. C. 














86 52 






Fisk, Philena A. 














21 84 






Fiske, Mary 














47 88 






Fiske, Elvira A. 














52 08 


13 44 




Fitton, Lucy B. 














36 96 




36 96 


Flaherty, Roger 














5 88 


2 02 




Foley, Honora . 














29 40 






Foote, Charles P. 














16 80 






Foote, Charlotte S. 














56 28 






Forbes, John 














30 24 






Foss, C. D. 














33 60 




33 60 


Foster, Alice G. 














57 12 






Foster, Andrew • » 














23 62 






Foster, Alfred 














117 60 


3 70 




Foster, Sarah E. 














68 88 






Fowle, Frances A. 














35 28 






Fox, Catherine 














5 04 






Frame, John 














78 96 






Frame, Annie M. 














5 04 






Frampton. Robert L. 














60 48 


11 76 




French, L.J. & Co., 
















47 88 




French, Caroline A. 














36 96 




36 96 


Frost, George W. 














8 40 




8 40 


Frost, Fannie M. 














38 64 




38 64 


Frye, Jane E. 














38 6t 






Frye, Amanda P. 














20 16 




20 16 


G 
Gallagher, John, heirs of . . . 


28 56 






Gallagher, Mary A. . 












21 84 






Galligan, Andrew 














30 24 




30 24 


Galligan, Matthew 
















19 32 




Gardner, C. E. 
















2 52 


2 52 


Gardner, Rhoda R. 
















5 04 


5 04 


Gardner, George C. 
















50 




Gately, Ellen 














26 04 






Gay, Richard L. 














46 20 






George, ITawley M. 
















25 20 




Gerald, F. L. 














64 68 


7 56 




Giles, Henry 














43 68 






Giles, A. E. 














285 60 


16 80 


215 04 


Giles, Mrs. Susannah 


R. H. 














35 73 




Gill, John 
















50 




Gilligan, Mary 














28 56 







80 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Gilmartin, Patrick ...... 


$6 72 


$0 50 


$7 22 


Gilson, W. W. 












35 28 




35 28 


Gilson, John 












47 04 




47 04 


Gilson, Sarah . 












5 04 




5 04 


Goodwin, Erneline N. . 












36 96 




36 96 


Goodspeed, Mary M. . 














8 40 




Goodspeed, Mary M., guard' 


an 












16 80 




Goodspeed, M. M. admx. 














2 52 




Goodspeed, Charles F. 














17 64 




Gormley, William 












3 36 




3 36 


Gordon, Mary D. 












35 28 




35 28 


Goss, Daniel J. 












63 84 


3 86 


37 70 


Goss, Eliza L. 












67 20 




67 20 


Gould, H. H., neirs of 












42 00 






Graham, Frank C. 














22 68 


22 68 


Grant, Peter 












30 24 


2 18 




Gray, O. T. 












86 52 




86 52 


Greenwood, Frank 












6 72 






Greenwood, Phoebe H. 












234 36 


18 14 




Greenwood, Lucy S. . 












46 20 






Greeley, Sema C. 












58 80 




58 80 


Greeley, John H. 












43 6S 






Grew Henry, 












1260 00 


128 52 




Grew, Henry S. 














336 00 




Gregg, ClaikC. 












39 48 






Gridley, Susan P. 












57 12 






Griffin, Fanny M. 








43 68 




43 68 


H 

Habberly, Martha B. . . 


44 52 




44 52 


Halden,John 












79 80 






Halden, Mrs. L. C. 












5 04 






Hale, Alfred, heirs of . 












55 44 






Haley, Charles 












306 60 


2 52 


309 12 


Haley, Elizabeth A. . 












52 92 




52 92 


Hall, Augusta 












174 72 






Hall, Mary E. 












18 48 




18 48 


Hamblin,J. G. 












154 56 






Hamblin, Elizabeth H. 












21 S4 






Hanchett, George W. 












47 88 






Hanscom, George W. 














2 52 


2 52 


Hanscom, Martha J. . 












4 20 






Hardy, Elizabeth 












3 36 


4 37 


7 73 


Hardy, B. H., trustee 












68 88 






Harlow, Philander 












62 16 






Harlow, Susan M. 












33 60 






Harmon, Benjamin 












25 20 


2 52 




Haskell, Maria 












37 80 






Haskell, Gideon H. 












84 00 


2 52 




Haskell, B. B. 














2 52 


2 52 


Hassam, Rosa P. 












53 76 


1 68 




Hatch, Freeman 












42 00 






Hathaway, E. S. 












45 36 


13 44 




Hatlinger, J. J. 












8 36 






Haven, George E. 












55 44 






Hawes, W. L. 












26 88 






Hawes, Emily R. 










- 


30 24 




30 24 


Hayward, E. S. . 












126 00 






Hayes, C. C. 












52 92 






Haseltine, Mrs. H. F. heirs ol 












38 64 




38 64 


Hebard, Nathaniel 












94 OS 


50 


94 58 


Hedge, and Webster, 












85 68 






Henderson, Mary 












8 40 






Hersey, Francis D. 












26 £8 




26 88 


Heustis, C. P. 












88 9J 




8S 90 


Heydecker, Louis 












3 LOS 







81 



Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Hickey, E. J. ...... 


$31 92 


$1 26 




Hickey, Margery A. . 












113 40 






Higgins, David 












89 04 


50 


$89 54 


Higgins, Henry M. 












186 4S 


1 68 




Hill, Joseph 












48 72 






Hill, Sarah J. 












40 32 






Hill, Hamilton A. 














11 76 


11 76 


Hilton, Orissa P. 












70 58 






Hodges, J. F. 












124 32 


2 18 




Hodgkinson. John 












16 80 


1 26 




Hodgkins, Anna M. 












26 88 




26 88 


Hodgkins Fritz 












3 36 




3 36 


Holden, Louisa B. 












45 36 






Holdsworth, Squire 












36 96 


2 52 




Holmes, C. P. 












40 32 






Holmes, Mary 












16 80 






Holme*, Francis E. 












28 56 






Holway, A. H. 












389 76 




389 76 


Holwav, Emma A. 












43 68 




43 68 


Hole, C. F. 












63 84 




63 84 


Holtham, H. S. 












40 32 


11 76 


52 08 


Holzer, Ulrich 












47 04 






Hood, Georgiana 












5 04 






Hood, John 












33 60 






Hoogs, Hannah M. 












52 08 






Hoogs, William H. 












96 60 


8 40 




Hopkirk, Martha 












11 76 






Horn, Ernest, heirs of 












20 16 






Horn, Olive 












20 16 




20 16 


House, Nettie F. B. . 












52 08 






Hovey, Solomon 












112 56 


100 80 




Howard, Margaret B. 












43 68 






Howart;, E. D. 












21 84 






Howe, Annie 












1 68 




1 68 


Howes, H. J. 












40 32 




43 32 


Hudson, George 












61 32 






Huggins, Charles E. . 












36 12 






Hughes, Mrs. Catherine 












50 40 


8 40 


58 80 


Hughes, William J. . 














4 20 


4 20 


Huvter, George C. 












43 68 






Hurter, John C. 














50 40 




Husted, R. W". 














8 40 




Hutchinson, H. E., heirs of 










21 84 






Hutchinson, Elizabeth H. 

T 










33 60 






Ingersoll, William H. ..... 


99 12 




99 12 


Ingersoll, Geo. A. ..... . 




3 36 




Ireland, Alice . . . ... 

J 
James, George . . . 


43 68 






38 64 


1 01 


38 65 


Jaquith, Andrew 












35 28 






Jeffrey, Frederick 0. 












50 40 






Jenkins, Eliza B. 












45 36 




45 36 


Jenkins, Howard 














6 72 


6 72 


Johnston, John 














13 44 




Johnson, It. M. 














16 80 




Jones, Antoinette C. . 












6 72 






Jordan, Hatt'e N. 












31 92 




31 92 


Joselyn, J. O. 














2 52, 


2 52 


Joubert, D. Z. 












30 24 






Joubert, F. A., Mrs. . 












38 64 




38 64 


Joyce, Jane 












35 28 


50 





82 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



■ -NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


K 








Kapler, Meinrod ...... 


$21 84 






Karney, John 
















$0 50 




Keene, Mary A. 














36 12 






Kelley, Archibald 














2 52 




$ 2 52 


Kelley, Mary A. 














20 16 






Kendall, D. F. 














50 40 


33 60 




Kendall, E. A. 














136 08 


16 80 




Kenyon & Crabtree 














92 40 


50 40 




Kennedy, John 














5 88 






Kennedy, Michael 














8 40 






Kennedy, James M. 
















1 68 




Kerr, George B. 
















2 52 




Keyes, J. C. 
















2 10 




Kiggin, John 














20 16 






Kiggin, Michael 














48 72 


6 72 




Kingston. Thomas 














4 20 




4 20 


Knight, Rhoda E. 














38 64 






Kubasch, H. C. W. 














45 36 






Kuhn, Clara E. 














28 56 






Lake, Martha S. i^HH 


47 04 


2 52 




Lancaster, E. M. . 














50 40 


6 72 




Lane, Edward . 














28 56 






Lane, Marcus M. 














22 68 






Lane, Mrs. Ann 














11 76 






Lane, Charles E. 














48 72 






Lane, James & Emma 


L. 












47 04 






Larss'on, Pher . 














17 64 






Latham, George 
















1 68 


1 68 


Laughlin, A. L., Mrs, 














95 76 




95 76 


Lanehan. Robert 














3 36 




3 36 


Lawrence, Catherine 














40 32 






Leadbeater, Elizabeth 


N. 












49 56 






Lee, Bridget 














28 56 




28 56 


Leeds. Catherine E. 














26 88 






Leonard, Martin, heirs 


of 












20 16 






Leonard, Thomas F. 














187 32 


1 68 




Leseur, B. F. . 














84 00 






Leseur, Horatio 














109 20 






Leslie, Sylvester Z. 
















25 20 




Leverett, J. W. 














43 68 






Lewis, Mary C. . 














38 64 






Lingreen, Sweeney 














20 16 


50 


20 66 


Littlefleld, Nellie M. 
















10 08 


10 08 


Loomis, Mrs. Jane 














92 40 


1 68 




Lord, Mrs. Elizabeth I 














20 16 






Lovell, Sarah A. 














46 20 




46 20 


Lucey, Misses E. & M. 
















6 72 




Lyons, C. H. 








3 36 


3 36 


M 








Macomber, Sarah Ann 


42 00 






Macomber, Angie H. 












55 44 


2 52 




Maguire, Martha 
Mahoney, Dennis 














16 80 

9S 28 


6 55 




Mahoney, Florence 














12 60 




12 60 


Mallalieu, G. W. and i 


Lda L 










^ 


30 24 






Man dell, A. A. 














25 20 




25 20 


Manley, Mary E. 














26 04 






Marr, Adaline M. 














126 00 






Marr & Ward 














3 3« 






Mason, Abby S. 














35 28 






Mathus, Erantz 














35 28 






Mathewson, Jerome 






31 92 







83 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Maynard, William M. 
McAvoy, J. D. 
McAvoy, Mary E. 
McCarty, Peter 
McCarty, John 
McCormack, Maria J. 
McCormick, J. J. 
McDermott, Joseph 
McDonald, David A. . 
McDonough, Margaret 
McDonough, John 
McDonough, Martin 
McDonough, Mary C. 
McGaw, Robert 
McGillicuddy, John, heirs of 
McGinley, Hugh 
McGormley, William 
McGowan, Thomas 
McKenna, Edward 
McKenna, J. H. 
McLellan, Peter 
McMasters, Bernard . 
McMahon, James 
McMahon, Mary 
McMillan, Archibald 
McNally, Ann 
McNaaiara, John 
Meister, Gustavus A. . 
Methodist Church Society 
Miller, George H. 
Miller, Annie . 
Milan, Patrick, heirs of 
Milan, Michael 
Miles, George 
Miner, Henry B. 
Mitchell, Sarah L. 
Mitchell, Walter D. . 
Monahan, W ,J. 
Monroe, Fannie B. 
Morrison, Henry , 

Morrison, E. R. 
Morrison, Michael 
Morgan, Ira 
Morton, E. J. 
Mooar, J. F. 
Moseky, Samuel R. 
Mullen, Ellen A. 
Mulvey, Francis 
Murrow, Eunice 
Murray, Thomas 
Murray, John, heirs of 
Murray, Jennie L. 



N 



Nay, John H. . 
Neal, Marianna A. 
Newell, Mary A. 
Newton, R. D. . 
Nichols, Nancy H. 
Noble, Mark E. 
Norm, Wm. H. 
Norton, Susan N. 
Norling, Augusta W. 
Noyes, A.N. 
Noyes, Mrs. M. H. 
Noyes, Geo. W. 



Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 




$8 40 




$68 04 


25 20 




g 72 






30 24 








1 26 


$1 26 


52 08 


2 52 


52 08 


31 08 


50 




8 40 




8 40 


19 32 






45 36 


50 






50 


50 


30 24 






39 48 






17 64 




17 64 


20 16 








1 51 


1 51 


5 04 


1 01 


6 05 


28 56 


3 36 


31 92 


28 56 


3 78 




6 72 






16 80 


1 26 


18 06 


19 32 


1 85 


21 17 


4 20 




4 20 


36 96 




36 96 


33 60 






39 48 


4 20 


43 68 


16 80 




16 80 


48 72 




48 72 


81 48 


20 16 


101 64 


16 80 




16 80 


6 72 




6 72 


3 36 


50 
33 60 


3 86 


123 48 


17 64 




18 48 




18 48 


30 24 






3 36 




3 36 


47 04 


2 52 




26 88 






25 20 








1 01 


1 01 


42 00 








3 36 


3 36 


42 00 


3 36 






20 16 


20 16 


5 88 








50 


50 


30 24 






10 08 


1 2i 


11 34 


25 20 




25 20 


24 36 


4 70 




47 88 




47 88 


2 52 




2 52 


70 56 






102 48 






42 00 


26 88 




, 98 28 






41 16 






73 08 






50 40 






77 28 






21 84 




21 84 



84 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Noyes, Charles W. 
Nolan, J. F. 
Nunn, William J. 



O'Brien, Martin 
O'Brien, Daniel 
O'Connell, John 
O'Donnell, Edward 
O'Keefe, Thomas 
O'Neal, Arthur 
O'Toole, Michael 
Oetter, Rodolph 
O etter, Mary M. 
OUson, Martin 
Orcutt, F. S. H. 
Orsburn, F. W. A. 



Page, Augustus A. 

Paine, Edward S. 

Paine, Francis M. 

Partridge, Sewell 

Partridge, Misses C. A. & A 

Payson, J. W. 

Peabody & Co. 

Peabody, Mary D. 

Peabody, Mary D. & Mary J 

Parents, F. W. 

Peare, George H. 

Peck, Mary Ann 

Perkins, Louisa R. 

Perkins, David 

Perkins, Mary B. 

Perkins & Haley 

Perry, Mrs. Ira 

Perry, F. A. 

Phelps, Henry 

Phelps, Henry B. 

Phelps & Dodge, 

Phillips, BenjamiD E 

Phipps, D. W. . 

Pickett, Eliza D. 

Pierce, Frank H. 

Pierce, Ira C. . 

Pierce, Elizabeth I. 

Pierce, John 

Pierce, Margaret W. estate 

Pinksohn, Moses 

Piper, J. Ellery 

Piper, Abbie F. 

Plumrner, Isaac C. 

Pollard, George, heirs of 

Poole, William 

Porter, Ira C. 

Pothecary, Mrs. H. 

Preble, Sophia R. 

Price, William 

Price, Susan H. 

Provonchee, Clara 

Prushan Rubber Co 

Putnam, S. C. 

Putnam & Worden, 



Quimby, J. B. 
Quinn, Richard 



Q, 



Real 


Per- 


Estate. 


sonal. 


$42 00 


$5 38 


4 20 


84 


36 90 




127 68 






50 


3 36 




31 08 




18 48 


2 02 


33 60 




7 56 






11 76 


27 72 




28 56 




33 60 




69 72 




58 80 


84 00 


57 96 




43 68 


14 31 




1 51 


75 60 




78 96 






47 88 


13 44 




102 48 






1 68 




1 68 


40 32 




27 72 




222 60 


4 20 


35 28 




26 88 




52 08 




23 52 




6 72 




56 2S 






5 04 


1 68 




77 28 




35 28 




89 04 




42 00 




58 80 






1 51 


58 SO 




13 44 


1 01 


89 04 


3 36 


35 28 




79 80 




82 32 




38 64 




36 12 




38 64 




63 00 




50 40 




31 92 




45 36 






100 80 


78 96 


36 96 




22 68 


50 40 




29 40 





Unpaid. 



$47 38 
84 



3 36 

20 50 



28 56 
33 60 



78 96 



L 68 
1 68 



35 28 
13 44 



6 72 
5 04 



42 00 



35 28 



31 92 
45 36 



85 



Resident Tay-Payers — {Continued.') 





NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


R 








Radford, Benj. F 


$175 56 


$40 32 




Raeder. Clara R. 












67 20 




$67 20 


Rand, David C. 












18 48 






Raynes, John J. 












23 52 


50 


24 02 


Raynes, Martha A. 












25 20 




25 20 


Raynes, Elizabeth H . 












53 76 






Reardon, Ellen 












8 40 


50 




Reed, Edwin 












58 80 






Regan, Mary 












6 72 






Reynolds, S. H. 












50 40 






Rhodes, C. H. 












58 80 






Rice, Norman . 












45 36 






Rich, Henry A. 












154 56 






Rich, Harriet F. 












G 72 






Rich, A. J. 












20 16 




20 16 


Rich, Frank B. 












5 04 






Rich, A. Judson 












58 80 






Rich, Harriet N. 












15 96 




15 96 


Richardson, A. H. . 












47 04 




47 04 


Richardson, George L. 












64 68 






Riley, Joseph 












5 04 


50 




Ripley, Edward F. 












40 32 


24 78 




Risk, Thomas H. 












37 80 






Ritchie, John 












20 16 






Robinson & Fairbanks 














67 20 




Robinson, Julia F. 












73 OS 




73 08 


Roberts, Elizabeth 












62 16 






Rogers, Emma A. 












101 64 




101 64 


Rogers, William, heirs of 












89 64 






Rogers, Annie L. 












61 32 






Rogers, John H. 














1 68 


1 68 


Rogers, Michael 














1 51 


1 51 


Rogers, William N. 












33 60 






Rogers, Margaret 












33 6u 




33 60 


Rooney, Patrick 














7 22 


7 22 


Rooney, Patrick J. 












21 00 




21 00 


Rooney, Patrick M. 














50 


50 


Rooney, Patrick M. 












6 72 






Rooney, Catherine 












89 04 




89 04 


Rooney, Mary 












1 6S 






Rooney, Rose 












1 68 






Rooney, Thomas 












27 72 


1 68 


29 40 


Rooney, Elizabeth 












1 68 






Rooney, Bridget 












6 72 




6 72 


Rooney, Lawrence A. 












19 32 




19 32 


Rooney, Mary 












6 72 




6 72 


Roome. David B. 












5 04 




5 04 


Roome, Bridget E. 












31 92 




31 92 


Ross, Jane M. . 












36 96 






Roundy, S. R. 












10 08 






Roundv, W. E. 












29 40 






Ronillard, E. R. 












25 62 






Runnells, L, A. , 












36 12 




36 12 


Russell, Ellen H. 












21 00 






Russell, Clemens 












25 20 






Ryan, Isaac L. 












53 76 


21 84 


75 60 


Ryder, Calvin 












104 16 


16 80 




S 
Sanford, George 


31 OS 






Sanford & Runnells . 










15 54 




Sandeen, Catherine, heirs of 








13 44 






Samuels, Sarah B. 








46 20 






Saunders, William . . 










2 52 




Savage. E. D. 










37 80 




Savage, Mary E. 








43 68 







86 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Savage, Mary ...... 


$3 36 






Saville, Grace R. 












42 84 






Sawtelle, Marv M. 












2S 56 






Sawtelle, G. W. 












1 68 






Sawyer, E. W. 












43 68 






Sawyer, Daniel . 












35 28 






Sayer, William H. 












45 36 






Schell, Mrs. E. A. 












48 72 


$2 52 




Schofleld, Hannah 












30 24 




$30 24 


Scott, Rooert 












110 88 






Scott, Robert, Jr. 














8t 




Scott, Jarius H. 












35 28 






Scriven 8, Joseph 












5 01 


84 


5 88 


Sears, Bartlett 












5 88 






Shaw, Mary 












31 08 






Shea, Edward . 












11 76 




11 76 


Shea, William . 












2 52 






Shea, Daniel 














1 68 




Shea, John S. . 












34 44 






Sheedy, Daniel 












6 72 


6 05 




Sheehan.Mary . 












1 68 






Sheehan, Bridget, heirs oi 












11 76 




11 76 


Sherman, Dexter 












30 24 






Sherman, Mary A. 












1 68 






Sherman, M. A. 














1 01 




Silver, George, heirs of 












10 08 




10 08 


Simmons, James . • 












45 36 






Simmons, John 0. 












35 28 






Simmons, G. W. D. 














10 08 


10 08 


Smith, John W. 












10 08 


8 40 




Smith, W. S. 














67 20 




Smith, Maria E. 












39 4S 




39 48 


Smith, .Jane 












29 40 






Snow, Lavinia . 












37 80 






Snow, A. W. 














5 88 




Soule, Sadie L. 












3 36 






Soule, Myra L. 












36 96 




36 96 


Somes, Henry I. 














84 




Sparrell, W. P. 












72 24 


16 80 




Spring, Mary A. 












183 12 






Stack, John 












20 16 






Stark, Henry C. 














15 96 




Stark, Mary 












64 68 




64 (8 


Stanley, Richard 














4 03 


4 03 


Stanley, Miss M. A. . 














8 40 


8 40 


Stevens, J. N. 












46 20 


5 04 


51 24 


Stevens, Marv M. 












36 12 






Stockbridge, Mrs. M. W. 












48 72 




48 72 


Stockford, H. J. 












33 60 




33 60 


Stocking, George L. 












65 52 




65 52 


Stoko, Robert H. 












21 84 






Stone. W. P. 












75 CO 






Stone, Franklin, heirs of 












84 00 






Stone, Edward 














10 92 




Stone, Henry A. 












26 88 






Stuart, William J. 












" 102 48 


36 12 




Sulllivan, Frank E. 












23 52 






Sumner, Sally R. 












369 60 


8 06 




Sumner, William F. 












43 68 






Sumner, Henrietta C. 












60 48 




60 48 


Swallow, E. D. 












47 88 




47 88 


Swan strom, A. 












31 92 




31 92 


Sweeney, Patrick 












24 36 






Sweeney, Thomas W. . 












28 56 


2 52 




Swett, L. C, Jr. 














84 


84 


Swilt, T. P. . 












115 92 




68 88 


Swift, E. M. 














16 80 





87 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Swinton, William . . . . . . 


$31 92 






Sykes, Joseph, heirs of ..... 


94 08 




$94 08 


Sykes, Louisa M. ..... . 


38 64 




38 64 


T 
Tacy, George ...... 




$1 68 


1 68 


Tarrant, Mary A. 












9 24 




9 24 


Tasker, T. J. . 














2 52 




Taylor, P. H., heirs of 












40 32 






Taylor, Daniel T. 












53 70 






Terry, Henry B. and Abbit i 


V. 










10 80 






Terry, Abbie A. 












103 32 






Terry, Henry i$. 












53 76 






Terry, John 












99 12 






Tewksbury, F. W. 












41 16 






Thayer, George D. 












39 48 




39 48 


Thompson, Mrs. H. A. B. 












33 60 




33 60 


Thuline, Hans 












19 32 






Tibbett. Mark 












16 80 




16 80 


Tibbetts, Ella D. 












31 92 




31 92 


Tilden, Edwin 












43 08 






Tilden, Annie E. 












5 04 






Tilton, Eliza T. 












65 52 






Tilly, C. M. 












36 96 




36 96 


Timpenny, Richard, heirs of 












25 20 






Timson, Herbert C. & Minnie 


B. 










46 20 






Tinison and Foster, 












15 12 






Timson, Susan C. 












72 24 


16 80 




Tirrell, Frederick N. . 












38 04 


20 16 




Tower, Clement B. 












45 36 






Townsend & Hammer 












18 48 






Townsend, & Kelley 












13 44 






Townsend, G. M. 












6 72 






Townsend, Eliza 












3 30 




3 36 


Trainor, Elizabeth 












21 84 






Tripp, Emilv A. 












61 32 




61 33 


Tuckerman, John H. . 












31 92 


5 88 


37 80 


Tucker, C. H. 












77 28 






Tucker, Sarah E. 












52 08 






Turner, John J. 












72 




6 72 


Tuttle, Annie M. 












68 88 


50 


69 38 


Twichell, John M. 












57 12 


4 20 




Twichell, Elizabeth M. 












84 






Tyler, Caroline O. 












40 32 






Tyler, Benj. F. ... 

u 










9 24 




Underhill, Merrill ... . . 


45 36 


5 46 




Upham, Mary ....... 


38 64 




3S 64 


V 








Vanness, Peter F. . . . . ... 


2 52 




2 52 


Vaughan.C. P. 














20 16 


20 16 


Videto, Rebecca H. 












81 48 


2 52 


84 00 


Vivian, Roxanna 












48 72 






Vivian, Ann 












30 24 




30 24 


Vose, Sarah M. & Mary E. . 












80 64 






Vose, Mary A. B. 












53 76 






Vose, Mary E. 












48 72 






Vose, Sarah M. 












30 24 






Vose, B. C. . . 


' 








206 64 


2 52 




W 








Walker, E. A. . . . . 


45 36 







Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Wallace, Richard 
Wallace, Thomas 
Waldeu, Nathan 
Walmsley, Harriett N. 
Walmsley, diaries R. 
Walter, Louisa T. 
Ward, Waldo F. 
Ward Brothers, 
Warren, Daniel, heirs 
Warren, Mrs. Mary E. 
Washburn, Andrew 
Washburn, Eliza G. 
Waters, A. Maria 
Webster, Amos 
Weimer, Mary Ann 
Weisbrod, Annie E. 
Weld, Joseph M. 
Weld, Theodore D. 
Welch, Michael 
Wellington, C. W. W., heirs 
Wescott, Edward, heirs of 
Wheeler, George S. 
Whicher, Martin L., heirs of 
Whicher, Nancy 
White, Ann 
White, Georgianna 
White, J. D. 
White, Joseph H. 
White, William E. 
Whittemore, P. B., heirs of 
Whitney, Martha A, 
Whitney, A. H. 
Wiggin, George T. 
Wiggin, Mary E. 
Wigley, John 
Wilder. Joshua 
Willard, Henry L. 
Willett, Elizabeth T 
Willett, Joseph 
Willett, Mary A. 
Williams, Amanda 
Williams, Mary M. 
Williams, Phoebe A. 
Williams, Rinaldo 
Williams, W. H. 
Wilson, John 
Wiswall, Julia 
Withington, George 
Wood, Joseph 
Wood, E. Frank, heirs 
Wood, Isabella 
Woodward, Reuben T. 
Wright, Richard 
Wright, Eliza H. 
Wright, Charles H. 
Wyman, Ferdinand A 



Real 
Estate. 



$20 16 

19 32 

21 84 
48 72 
100 80 
203 28 



52 08 
127 68 

20 16 
194 04 

15 12 
45 36 
38 64 

188 16 

14 28 
52 08 

106 68 

304 08 
73 92 
18 48 
36 96 
33 60 

47 04 

28 56 
44 52 
38 64 

1 68 
36 12 
31 92 
59 64 
12 60 
97 44 

5 04 

48 72 

25 20 

16 80 

T5 60 
58 80 

15 12 

36 96 
35 28 
80 64 
18 48 
20 16 
103 32 
35 28 
48 72 



Per- 
sonal. 



Yeaton, Charles H. 



Zimmermann, Carl 



Z. 



$0 50 



4 20 
65 52 
4 62 

31 97 
16 SO 
3 36 

84 

1 01 

10 08 



1 01 
13 44 



3 36 

50 



13 44 



4 20 

5 04 
29 15 
57 96 

8 40 



2 52 



3 36 

16 80 



Unpaid. 



$0 50 



21 84 

48 72 



194 88 
55 44 

106 68 

36 96 

50 
44 52 

17 64 

8 40 

78 12 

84 
15 12 

35 28 
60 48 



NON-BESIDENT TAX-PAYEES. 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


A 

Acroyd, Harriett . 


New York 


$63 84 






Allen, Annie, heirs of 


Unknown 


3 36 






Alexander, John L. 


Belmont 


49 56 




$49 56 


Aldrich, Charles A. 


Boston 


4 20 






American Tool and Machine Co. 


Boston 


823 20 


$818 16 




Arnold, Sarah H., heirs of 


Boston 


35 28 






Austin, A. W. 


Milton 


35 28 






Ayer, Ezra C. 


Unionville, Conn. 


52 08 






B 

Badger, Mary C. . 


Boston 


26 04 






Badger, Mrs. M. A. 






Maiden 


1 68 






Bailey, A. H. 






Somerville 


1 68 






Baker, Michael A. 






South Dartmouth 


7 56 






Baker, Alice T. 






Boston 


18 90 




18 90 


Baldwin, Amelia . 






Boston 


42 00 






Baldwin & Rich . 






Boston 


16 80 






Baldwin & Webster 






Boston 


283 50 




283 50 


Bancrolt, George, heirs o 


f 




Boston 


84 00 






Barney, J. O., heirs of 






Rumford,'R. I. 


5 04 






Barnev, George T. 






Maiden 


50 40 






Bartlett, Elkenah, heirs c 


f 




Plymouth 


20 16 






Barton, Hannah . 






Boston 


16 80 






Barnard, Henry 






South Ware, Me. 


1 6S 




1 68 


Barnes, Ward & Co. 






Boston 


1 68 






Barnwell, John 






Valley Falls, R.I. 


3 36 






Barrows, Roswell S 






Boston 


40 32 




40 32 


Barr, Elena S. 






Lawrence 


45 36 






Bass, George 






Boston 


70 56 






Bean, Aaran H. 






Boston 


28 5", 




28 56 


Bell, John 






Dedham 


3 36 






Bemis, Sarah C. 






Brockton 


45 36 






Binney, Matthew 






West Newton . 


72 24 






Bishop, Jane 






Boston . 


12 60 






Blake, A. P., trustee 






Boston . 


23 52 




23 52 


Blake, J. R. 






Canaan N. H. . 


2 52 






Black, George N., trustee 






Boston 


117 60 






Boston & Providence R. 


R. Co. 




Boston 


644 28 






Bosworth, Jennie B. 






Saco, Me. 


16 80 






Boyd, Samuel 






Booth Bay, Me. 


2 52 






Boyden, Mary D. 






Billerica 


29 40 






Boyle, Nellie D. 






Boston . 


29 40 






Brackett, S. E., trustee 






Boston 


53 76 




20 16 


Brackett, F. B. 






Boston 


1 68 






Bradburv, Samuel A. 






Celveland, 0. . 


304 08 






Bradlee, Henry E. 






Walpole 


1 68 






Bradlee, Catherine C. 






Milton 


5 04 






Bradlee, J. Walter 






Milton 


66 36 






Bradlee, John D., heirs of 




Milton 


30 24 




30 24 


Brainard Milling Machine Co 




Boston 


174 72 


352 80 




Brazer, W. S. 




Newton 


23 52 






Branncn, James . 






Boston 


13 44 




13 44 


Brett, Eveline F. 






Boston 


54 60 




54 60 


Brewer, E. J. 






Charlestown . 


22 52 






Brewer, Cyrus 






Boston 


117 60 






Briggs, El bridge B. 






South Boston . 


31 08 






Broadbeck, Annie C. 






Boston 


3 36 






Brooks, Annie P. . 






Bostou 


37 80 




87 80 


Brooks, Mrs. S. C. 






Boston . 


21 84 






Brooks & Converse 






Boston . 


34 44 







90 
Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Brown, John A. 


Lowell 


$19 32 




$19 32 


Brown, B. F. . 


Charlestown 


11 76 






Brown, James W. 


Boston . 


2(5 88 






Brown, Charles 


Boston . 


23 52 




23 52 


Burgess, Avais 


Bedford . 


3 3(! 




3 36 


Burns, G. W. 


Milford, N. H. . 


1 68 






Butler, Fanny S. . 


Boston . 


2 52 






C 

Campbell, James • 


Revere . 


23 52 






Campbell, C. M. . 


Boston . 


16 80 




16 80 


Capen, Edwin N. . 


Boston . 


81 






Capen,E.W. 


Milton . 


10 08 






Carbeiry, William 


Dedham . . 


169 68 






Carlton, Hiram 


Falmouth . 


124 32 




94 32 


Carlton, Eliza G. . 


Norwood 


13 41 






Carpenter, E. B. . 


Providence, R. I. 


4 20 






Carr, A. W". 


Dighton 


42 00 




42 00 


Cass, Faancis W. 


Boston . 


32 76 




32 76 


Caulfield, Bridget . 


Boston . 


2 52 






Calkins, Wm. A. . 


Boston . 


31 92 




31 92 


Chamberlain, Charles E. 


Boston . 


36 96 




36 96 


Chamberlain, C. E. 


Worcester 


8 40 






Chase Waldo 


Dedham . 


15 96 






Chase, Francis A. 


Boston . 


35 28 






Cheney, Horace R., heirs of 


West Newton . 


8 40 




8 40 


Childs, Pierce & Childs . 


Boston . 


34 44 






Churchill, C. S. 


Dedham . 


4 20 






Churchill, Asaph . 


Boston . 


31 92 






Churchill, J. R. . 


Boston . 


84 00 






Churchill, C. C. . 


Dedham . 


89 04 






Clapp, Elizabeth, heirs of 


Dorchester 


5 88 






Clapp, R. Dexter . 


Boston . 


4 20 






Clark, Albee C, trustee . 


Bostou . 


5 04 




5 04 


Clark, Henry 


Dorchester 


2 94 






Cobb, Mrs. Ehen 


Boston . 


36 96 






Cochran, Samuel Q., heirs of . 


Boston . 


42 00 






Codman, Henry, heirs of 


Dorchester 


3 36 






Coffin, C. H. ' 


Newburyport . 


149 52 




39 78 


Colby, J. F. ... 


Boston . 


25 20 




25 20 


Colburn, Allen 


Dedham . 


56 28 






Colburn, Howard . 


Dedham . 


19 32 






Colburn, Waldo . 


Dedham . 


20 16 






Colburn, James 


Dedham . 


30 24 




30 24 


Coleman, Endicott & Stone 


Dedham 


1 68 






Coleman, George W. 


Boston . 


73 08 




73 08 


Coleman, Lewis 


Boston . 


20 16 




20 16 


Como, Franklin 


Weymouth, N. S. 


3 36 






Conant, J. S. 


Boston . 


162 96 




162 96 


Conant, Darius 


Unknown 


52 08 






Connell, John . 


Boston . 


3 36 






Connell, Patrick . 


Boston . 


3 3b 






Connoly, Martin J. 


Boston . 


84 






Connolly, Eliza . . 


Boston . 


57 12 




57 12 


Connor, Mary C. . . , 


Boston . 


,. 4 20 




4 20 


Converse, B. B. . 


Boston . 


40 32 






Conway, Hiram 


Boston . 


1 68 




1 68 


Coolidge, Mary 


Watertown 


25 20 






Cooper, Fannie W. 


Boston ... 


62 16 




62 16 


Cochran, W. J., trustee . 


Boston . 


8 40 




8 40 


Corrigan, Ellen 


Unknown 


3 36 




3 36 


Costello, W. C. 


Pullman, 111. . 


3 36 






Corthell, John K. . 


Hingham 


3 36 






Crossman, S. P. . % 


Boston . 




$1 68 


1 68 


Crowell, Edmund . 


Boston . 


50 40 






Crowell, Albert 


Boston . 


11 76 







91 



Non-Resident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Crowningshield,B. W., trustee. 


Boston . 


$50 40 






Cunane, William . . , 


South Groveland 


6 72 






Curtis, James W. . 


Boston , . 


40 32 




$40 32 


Gushing, Ladd ACushing 


Boston . 


4 20 




4 20 


Cutter, Isaac 


Boston . 


27 72 






Cutter, Harriet E, 


Jaflrey, N. H. . 


15 96 






Cutts, Julia A. 


Boston . 


47 04 






D 

DaIton,John . . 


Framingham . 


3 36 






Dana, Joshua C. . 


Boston . 


57 12 






Dartmouth College, Trustee 


Boston. . 


50 40 






Davenport & Foster 


Dorchester 


26 8S 




26 88 


Davis, Enoch P. 


Boston . 


1 6S 






Davis, Amanda A. 


Boston . 


84 






Davis, Sarah J. . . . 


Boston . 


33 60 






Davis, F. S. . 


Boston . 


5 88 




5 88 


Davis, George H. . 


Cambridge 


32 76 






Deane, Frank N. . 


Randolph 


2 52 






Dean, Henry M. ■ . 


Hingham 


1 68 






Dean, Helen M. 


Hingham 


1 68 






Denny, John W. . 


Milton . 


16 80 






Dennis, Ellen 


Jamaica Plains. 


33 60 






Dickerman, Annie H. 


Somerviile 


40 32 






Dill, T. K 


Brighton 


5 04 






Dodge, Annie F. . 


Dover, N. H. . 


40 32 




40 32 


Doe, Edgar J. 


Providence, R. I. 


52 92 




52 92 


Donahue, Patrick . 


Boston . 


6 72 






Dorchester, Second Church 


Dorchester 


7 14 






Dorr, Mary E. 


Boston . 


19 32 






Downes, W. E. . 


Francistown, N. H. 


16 80 






Dowse, Amos W. . 


Lowell 


52 92 






Doyle, Austacia 


Maiden . 


27 72 






Dunlap, Martin 


Boston . 


1 68 




1 68 


Dutton, Julia M. , 


Boston . 


31 92 






E 

Eastman, George A. 


Boston . 


4 20 






Eastman, J. S. . . 


Boston . 


25 20 






Eastman, John B. . 


Nashua, N. H. . 


107 52 






Esterbrook, Rufus 


Newton . 


13 44 




13 44 


Eaton, Wm- S. 


Boston . 


33 60 






Eddy, Daniel C. . 


Brooklyn, N. Y. 


70 56 






Eldridge, Daniel 


Boston . 


3 36 






Ellis, John 


Medfleld 


94 92 




94 92 


Ellis, Fred A. . 


Washington, D. C. 


57 96 




57 96 


Ellison, William P., administrator 


Newton 




$46 60 




Ely, F. D. trustee . 


Dedham . 


8 40 






Emigrant Savings Bank . 


Boston . 


56 28 






Emmons, Mary B. 


Dedham . 


20 16 






Evans, Perley V. . 


Norwood 


132 72 




132 72 


F 

Fabyan, Abbie M. 


Brookline 


35 28 






Fairbanks, J. A. . 


Melrose . 


3 36 




3 36 


Fairbanks, John R. 


Boston . 


8 40 






Farrington, W. S. . 


Salem, N.H. 


5 04 




2 52 


Farrington, Mary and Eliza 


Dedham 


16 80 






Farrar, J. H. 


Boston . 


36 96 






Farrow, Fred . . . 


Boston . 


36 9U 






Earwell, James E. 


Bostofc . 


22 68 




22 68 


Faxon, H. H. 


Quincy 


4 20 






Fay, W. H. 


Chester . 


47 88 






Fellows, Martha T. 


Boston . 


112 56 






Ferry, E. B. 


Milton . 


3 36 






Ferry, Rhoda 


Milton . 


3 36 







92 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Field, James B. 


Boston . 


$51 24 




$51 24 


Fineld, W. 






Boston . 


3 36 






Fisher, George, trustee 






Boston . 


47 88 






Fisher, Clarissa A. 






East Bridgewater 


3 83 






Fisk, Samuel C. 






Boston . 


60 48 




60 48 


Flagg, S. S. . 






Littleton 


137 76 






Flint, Charles L. . 






Boston . 


68 88 






Flint, Francis 






Cambridge 


26 88 




26 88 


Fogg, W. J. G. trustee 






Boston . 


48 72 






Ford, James 






Los Angelos, Cal. 


48 72 






Foster, George E. . 






Boston . 


33 60 






Foster, James . 






Dorchester 


33 60 






Fowle, George W. 






Boston . 


55 44 






Fowler, W. C. 








1 68 






Foxboro Savings Bank 






Foxboro' 


35 28 






Foy, Ada A. 






Boston . 


6 72 




6 72 


Gr 

Galligher. Daniel F. 


Boston . 


3 36 






Gerry, C. F. 






Sudbury 


136 08 






Giles, .Orville, heirs of 






Weymouth 


33 60 






Giles, Delflna 






Sp.iingfield 


3 36 






Gill, Dominick 






Boston . 


1 68 






Gillingham, Albert 






Boston . 


8 40 






Gilman, Helen L. 






Boston . 


62 16 




62 16 


Gladwin, Dolly H. 






Chelsea 


20 16 




20 16 


Gleason, J. B. 






Lexington 


35 28 




35 28 


Glover & Wilcomb 






Boston . 


359 52 


$225 12 




Goodnow, Daniel Jr. 






Boston . 


1 68 






Gooeh, John B. 






Boston . 


25 20 






Gould, Simon 






East Walpole . 


7 56 






Gurney, Silas 






Boston . 


8 40 






Gurney, A. F. 






Boston . 


10 92 




10 92 


Gray. Thomas H. 






Walpole 


115 92 


117 60 




Greeley. John D. 






Boston . 


25 20 






Green, Reuben . 






Boston . 


42 00 






Greenhood, Morris 






Dedham 


2 52 






Greenhood, Abram 






Boston . 


84 






Greenhood, Mary . 






Dedham 


29 40 






Gunn, John and Sarah 






Whitensville 


5 04 






Gunnison, William 






Boston . 


36 96 


13 44 


50 40 


H 

Hail, George, heirs of 


Warren, R. I. . 


601 44 






Hale, Sarah F. 






Brockton 


59 64 






Hall, Eliza M. 






Milton . 


6 72 






Hall, Joseph R. 






Milton . 


36 96 






Hall, Caleb 






Milton . 


5 04 




5 04 


Halderman, Cyrus S. 






Boston . 


3 36 




3 36 


Ham, Joseph 






Boston . 


8 40 






Hamblin, B. L. 






Charleston. S. C. 


93 24 




93 24 


Hamant. Charles 






Medfield 


56 28 






Hapgood, S. H. 






Boston . 


3 36 




3 36 


Harmon, J. W. 






South Boston . 


84 






Harraden, E. G. . 






Boston . 


8 40 




8 40 


Hartwell & Jefts . 






East Cambridge 


42 00 






Haskell, Sylvanus G. 






Deer Island 


18 48 






Haven, Mary L. 






Boston , 


89 04 






Haywood, Henry . 






Boston . 


84 




84 


Hayden, Hannah R. 






Dedham . 


102 88 




30 24 


Haynes, C. O. 






Dedham 


84 






Heustis. Warren 






Unknown 


43 68 




43 68 


Hight, Edwarp G. 






Arlington 


38 64 






Hodge, Mary L. 






Roxbury 


46 20 




46 20 


Hodges, Samuel . 






Boston . 


3 36 






Hodges A. S. 






Chelsea 


3 36 




3 36 



93 



Non-Rksident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Holland. W. A. . 


Dorchester 


$5 88 






Hollis, Elizabeth S. 






Boston . 


33 60 






Hollings worth, Z. T. 






Milton . 


322 56 






Holwav, James O. 






Boston . 


32 76 




$32 76 


Hood, Hermone 






Lynn 


20 16 






Howes, Solomon . 






Cambridge 


112 56 






Hoxie, Timothy W. 






Boston . 


131 04 






Hoy, Bridget 






Dedhara . 


20 16 




20 16 


Hoyt Elizabeth G. 






Chelsea 


6 72 






Hughes, Elizabeth E. 






Boston . 


48 72 






Hunt, Lucien 






Mt. Vernon, N. H. 


8 40 






Hunt, Rebecca T. 






Melrose . 


40 32 






Hard, W. J. 






Boston . 


42 00 






Husted, J. B. 






Watertown 


53 76 






Hutchins & Wheeler 






Boston . 


35 28 




35 28 


J 

Jackson. Robert . 


Boston . 


84 




84 


Jackson, Caroline 






Dorchester 


13 86 






Jenney, Mary F. . 






South Boston . 


1 68 






Johnson, Edward A. 






Boston . 


84 00 






Jones, Edward J. 






Boston . 


6 72 






Jones, Paine M. C. 






Kingston 


3 52 




2 52 


Jones, YVoodman 






Milton . 


33 60 






Jones, Sophia (.'. . 






Boston . . 


1 68 




1 68 


Jordan, Susan L. 






Boston . 


63 00 






Josslyn, Addie M. 






New York 


43 63 






K 

Kaufman & Josephy 


New York City 


50 40 






Keene, Nahum 






Dedham 


3 36 






Kelley, George W. 






Boston . 


3 36 






Kelley, James 






Boston . 


1 68 






Kelley, William . 






Lowell . 


15 12 






Kendriek, H. C. . 






Qnincy . 


43 68 






Kingman, R. P. 






Brockton 


42 00 




42 00 


Kibler, Philomone 






Boston . 


47 04 






Kingsbury, Jesse F. 






Boston . . 


23 52 






Kingslev, J. G. 






Boston . 


1 68 






Knight, B. B. & R. 






Providence, R.I, 


1033 20 


$853 52 




Knowles, H. W. . 






Chicago, 111. 


60 48 




60 48 


Kuhn, Richard E. . 






Unknown 


5 04 






Lane, Peter . , . 


Boston . 


1 68 






Lang, Benjamin J. 






Boston . 


20 16 






Lawrence, Marianna P. 






Unknown . 


58 80 




58 80 


Lawson, Eliza J. . 






Colorado Springs 


1 68 






Lawton, Charles . 






Needham 


42 00 






Learned, William 






Boston . 


38 64 






Leland, Rice & Co. 






Boston . 




20 16 




Leland, Abner M. • 






Newton 


20 16 






Lenfest, Mary G. . 






Boston . 


6 72 






Leverett, George V. 






Boston . 


38 64 






Lewis, J. C. 






Holyoke 


7 56 




7 56 


Lewis, Isaac 






Dorchester 


16 80 






Litch, Samuel W. 






Maiden 


2 52 






Litchfield, John H. 






Wallaston 


11 76 






Littlefleld, Abagail 






Wells, Me. 


4 20 






Long, Alanson 






Biookline 


21 84 




21 84 


Loomis, Elihu G. . 






Bedford 


3 36 




3 26 


Loring, David 






Boston . . 


30 24 






Loring, Catherine W. R. 






Boston . 


25 20 






Loud, John J. 






Weymouth 


113 40 






Loud, J. W. heirs of 






Weymouth 


99 12 






Loud, Emily V. 






Weymouth 


103 32 






Loud, Martha B. . 






Weymouth 


57 12 







94 



Non-Resident Tax-Paters — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Heal 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Lowell, Joseph Q. 


Boston . , 


$3 36 






Lyford, Thomas J. 


Boston . 


9 24 






Lyford, Byley . 


Unknown 


53 76 




$53 76 


Lynch, William 


Boston . 


6 72 






M 

Mahoney, John 


Boston . . 


26 04 






Mann, Alexander 






Oharlestown . 


10 08 






Mansfield, Olivia W. 






Boston . 


72 24 






Marshall, J. H. . 






Boston . 


1 68 






Maxim. Jane 






Brooklyn, N. Y. 


5 88 




5 S8 


Mayo, Charles H. . 






Wellesley 


73 92 






McCabe, Patrick . 






Boston . 


10 08 






McCallum, James 






Maine 


3 36 






McClaffee, Ann 






f-t. Louis 


1 68 






McCormack, ThomaB 






Boston . 


132 72 






McDowell, Jane . 






Boston . 


1 68 




1 6S 


McLaughlin, Daniel 






Boston . 


2 52 






McLeod, John 






South Boston . 


3 36 






McNulty, Ellen 






Boston , 


31 08 






Mead, Adelbert 






W. Acton 


2 52 






Mellen, Laura W. 






Boston . 


26 04 






Melladew, George B. 






Boston . 


10 08 






Mercantile Savings Bank 






Boston . 


30 24 




6 72 


Meserve, Samuel W. 






Canton . 


54 60 






Merserve, Eliza P. 






Unknown 


50 40 






Merriam & Philbrook, 






Boston . 


37 80 




37 80 


Merrill, William 






Boston , . 


4 20 






Metropolitan Land Co. 






Boston . 


42 00 




23 52 


Meyers, Rachel Sarah, 
and Rebecca 


Loui 


sa ) 


Dedham . 


8 40 




8 40 


Mever, Adolph 






Dedham. 


1 68 






Miller, Amos H. . 






Boston . 


47 04 






Miller, Ella E. 






Lincoln 


120 12 




120 12 


Mills, James C. 






Roxbury 


5 04 






Monehan, Jas. 






Unknown 


31 92 






Monroe, C. W. 






East Cambridge 


8 40 






Monroe, William . 






Milton . 


16 SO 




16 SO 


Moody, F. . 






Unknown 


3 36 






Moody, Mrs. C. H. 






Canada . . 


31 08 






Moore, Alice R. 






Newton 


5 04 






Moore, John W. 






Boston . 


1 68 






Moreland, D. S. 






Unknown 


13 44 




13 44 


Morgan, Sarah E. 






Boston . 


14 28 




14 28 


Morse, Luther, heirs of 






Dedham 


42 






Morse, George W. 






Boston . 


28 56 




28 51 


Morse, E. J. W. . 






South Easton . 


3 36 






Morse, Leonard . ■ 






Milton . 


248 6t 






Morse, Julia F. 






Boston . , 


16 SO 






Moriarty, W. H. 






Boston . . 


29 40 




4 40 


Morrill, Mabel E. 






Boston . 


3 36 




3 3i 


Morton, Joseph, heirs of 






Milton . 


35 28 






Moulton Caroline 






Maine 


38 64 




3S 64 


Mullen, John 






Boston . . 


1 68 




1 68 


Mullen, Robert 






Boston . 


1 68 






Mullen, Ann 






Boston . 


16 j-0 






Mungin, Margaret 






Groveland 


."3 76 






Mungin, Patrick . 






Lowell . 


21 00 






Murphy, Thomas . 






East Dedham . 


4 20 






Murray, S. B., guardian 






Unknown 


73 08 






Nelson, Thomas 


Maiden . 


80 64 






Newhall, Horatio . 




Dover 


1 63 






Newhall, Sarah E. 




Melrose 


36 96 






Newburyport Savings Bank 




Newburyport . 


32 76 






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




Boston . 


399 00 







95 



Non-Residest Tax-Payers — - (Continued) 



Miles, LouvlMe V. 

Nolan, James 

Northern BapiistEde. Society 

Nott, Martha A. 

Nott, Gordon H. 

Nowell, Charles A. 

O 

Odiorne, Thomas H. . 
Oliver, Jonn Jr. 
Orr & Butmau 



Page, E. B. 

Page, Harriet J. 

Page. Gil man 

Paine, Frederick 

Palmer, Susan A 

Papanti, Augustus 

Parker, Benjamin W 

Parker, George J., heirs of 

Parker, H. F. 

Parker, M. W. 

Parmlee, Loring G. 

Pattee, W. S. 

Peck, Phoebe A. . 

Peele, Eliza R. 

People's Ice Co. 

Perkins, Eliza M., heirs of 

Peterson, Olive 

Pfaff, William 

Pfaff, Henry & Jacob 

Pierce, John 

Pierce, J. 

Pierce, Job A. 

Pierce, Nichols and Crafts, tru 

Pink ham & Litchfield 

Porter, A. Wallace 

Pratt & Hanson . 

Pratt, Laban 

Pratt, Anna B. 

Pratt, Isaac, Jr. . 

Pratt, Edmund T, . 

Pre^cott, Mrs. S. C. 

Proctor, Thomas P. 



Quigley, Mary J. . 
Quimby, Monroe T. 
Quincy Savings Bank 

R, 

Rand, George D. . 

Hanlett, D. D. 

Ray, Margaret 

Ray, Ellen F. 

Raymond, A. S. 

Real Estate and Building Co. 

Reed, Charles 

Reed, Hammond . 

Reed, Caroline P. . 

Reeves, Mary , 

Kemick, Timothy . 

Rhoades, A. H. 

Richards Eisie B. 

Richards, Joseph R. 

Richards, Daniel . 



RESIDENCE. 



Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Saco, Me. 
Chicago HI. 
Lawrence 



Portsmouth, N.H. 
Boston . 
Boston . 



Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Mansfield 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Dorchester 
Nekton . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Somerville 
Salem 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Unknown 
Foxboro'. 
Boston . 
Wallaston 
Quincy 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Concord 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Unknown 
Boston . 



Jamaica Plain 
Melrose . 
Quincy . 



Winchester 
St. Albans, Vt 
Boston . 
Woburn . 
Dedham 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Brookfield 
Boston . 
Walpole 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Cambridge 
Dan vers 



Real 
Estate. 



$110 04 
4 20 
8 40 
67 20 
6 72 
1 68 



16 80 

4 20 

85 68 



60 48 

189 84 
33 60 
50 40 
30 24 
26 88 
bo 4S 

5 04 
2 10 

1 6S 
50 40 

2 52 
18 48 
*6 52 

100 80 

206 64 

36 96 

40 32 

.5 88 

73 92 

84 

1 68 

83 16 

215 04 

1 68 

10 92 

17 64 

47 04 

190 68 
278 04 

36 96 
85 68 



1 68 
110 88 
557 76 



70 56 

35 28 

26 88 

4 20 

28 56 

ls79 92 

47 04 

50 40 

84 

26 04 

57 12 

44 52 

84 00 

25 20 

13 44 



Per- 
sonal. 



Unpaid. 



$2 57 



16 80 



$50 40 



26 88 
2 10 



85 521 



40 32 



73 92 

84 



210 00 
10 92 



36 96 



52 92 



4 20 

1879 92 

50 40 

26 04 

84 00 



96 



Non-Resident Tax-Paters — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


EESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


Richards, Austin S. 


Danvers 


$10 08 




$10 08 


Richardson, Lucretia T. 


Dorchester 


1 68 






Ridgway, E. W. . 


Boston . 


55 44 






Riedeil, John H. . 


Unknown 


42 CO 




42 00 


Robinson, John B. 


Littleton Common 


57 12 






Robinson, Benj. F. , 


St. Albans, Vt. 


33 60 




33 60 


Robinson, Charles, Jr. . 


West Newton . 


65 52 






Robinson, B. F. 


New York 


23 52 




23 52 


Robbins, Royal E. 


Boston . . 


76 44 






Rollins, James W. . 


Boston . 


100 80 




100 80 


Kowe Brothers 


Boston . 


84 






Ryan, Margaret J. 
S 
Saco & Biddeford Savings Bank 


Boston . 


31 92 






Saco, Me. 


354 48 






Safford, A. H. 


Cambridge 


151 20 






Safford, N. F. 


Milton 


47 04 




47 04 


Sahline, David H. . 


New York 


20 16 






Sanford, Miss E. L. 


Ann Harbor, Mich. 


120 96 




120 96 


Sanford, Martha P. 


San Diego, Cal. 


1F4 56 






Saulsbury, Jotham . 


Weymouth 


84 00 




84 00 


Scaife, Helen A. . 


Boston . 


8 40 






Schlesinger, S. B. 


Boston . 


63 84 






Schofield, Beni. . 


Rockingham, Vt. 


31 92 






Scott, E. A. ... 


Boston . 


5-i 76 






Scott, John . . 


Amesbury 


48 72 






Scott, John 


Hyde Park 


8 40 






Scrannage, Matthew 


Medford 


8 40 






Scituate Savings Bank . 


Scituate . 


100 80 






Seaver, Nathaniel 


East Boston 


327 60 






Seaver, Jacob W, . 


Boston . 


6 30 






Sharp, J. C. 


Boston . 


' 1 68 




1 68 


Sharp, William C . 


Unknown 


1 68 




1 68 


Shattuck, Milo H. . 


Groton . 


10 08 






Shaw, Joseph P. . . 


Boston . 


3 36 






Shaw, C. C. 


Lewiston, Me. . 


81 48 






Shaw, Lydia A. 


Boston . 


66 36 




66 36 


Shepard, Sarah B. . 


Mattapan 


53 76 






Shute, James M. . 


Somerville 


117 60 






Simmons, Eliza P. 


W. Newton 


5 04 






Simmons, William A. 


Boston . 


22 6S 






Smith, Eben 


Boston . 


36 96 






Smith, J. Adams . 


U. S. Navy 


13 44 




13 44 


Smith, O. A. 


Waltham 


1 68 






Smith, George H. 


Boston . 


35 28 




35 28 


Smith, Charles F. 


Boston . 


20 16 






Smith, Harriet E. & Ellen F. . 


Dedham . 


22 68 






Smith, W. A. 


Norwood . 


31 92 




31 92 


Snyder, C. B. 


New York 


36 96 






Somes, Samuel S. . 


Milton . 


33 60 






Springer, Chas C. 


St. Paul, Minn. 


3 36 




3 36 


Stanwood, J. E. . 


Topsfleld 


41 16 






Stark, Mary 


Boston . 


84 






Steadmau and Dary , , 


Boston . 


55 44 






Stevens, Elizabeth W. . 


Boston . 


115 92 




36 96 


Stevens, Elizabeth. 


Boston . . - 


287 28 






Stevenson, Charles E. 


Boston . 


21 84 






Stevenson, Mary F. 


Bos' on . 


84 






Stephenson, Hemenway & Russell 


Boston . 


78 96 






Stoddard, Hannah W. 


Brockton 


40 32 






Story, J. C. 


Boston . 


31 92 




81 92 


Stratton, Charles C. 


Fitchburg 


36 96 






Stewart, Joseph . 


Brockton 


16 80 






Straw, John B. 


Lewiston, Me. . 


63 00 




63 00 


Sullivan, Margaret. j 


So. Boston 


4 20 






Sumner, M. P. 


Dedham . 


36 96 







97 



Non-Residrnt Tax-Payers — [Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Ueal 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


T 

Taft, Samuel 


Holliston 


$15 60 






Talbot, Miss M. B. 


Dorchester 


2 52 






Talbot, J. Jr. 


Stoughton 


21 8-1 






Taylor, John B. . 


Cambridge 


6 72 






Thing. Samuel B. 


Boston . 


36 12 






Thompson, Humphrey . 


So. Boston 


1 68 






Thompson, Asa 


Mattapan . 


78 96 






Thompson, Charles, heirs of 


Dorchester 


35 28 






Thompson, C. S. . 


New York 


1 68 






Thompson, Eleanora 


Sudbury 


1 68 






Thorndike, -Tames P. . . 


Boston . 


10 08 






Thorndike-, Sarah W. 


Boston . 


60 48 






Thurston, Philander 


Boston . 


3S 64 






Tileston & Hollingsworth 


Boston . 


806 40 


$840 00 




Tirrell, Caroline . 


Boston . . 


34 44 






Tobey, Susannah H. 


Unknown 


22 68 






Todd, Robert M. 


Milton . 


50 40 






Torrey, Everett 


Boston . 


26 04 






Totman, Lewis Jr. 


Unknown 


5 04 






Tower, Isaac H. . 


Dedham . 


125 16 






Trescott, Ebenezer, heirs of 


Unknown 


42 






Tucker. Dana, heirs of . 


Milton . 


75 60 






Tucker, Elijah, heirs of 


Milton . 


47 04 






Tucker, Nathan, heirs of 


Milton . . 


20 16 






Tucker, Mrs. Timothy 


Milton . 


16 80 






Tucker, Mary T. . 


Milton 


30 24 






Tucker, James 


Milton . 


38 64 






Tucker, S. A. 


Milton . 


21 84 






Tucker, G. H. 


New York 


35 28 






Tufts, John W. 


Boston . 


3 36 






Turner, R. W. . ' . 


Boston . 


21 00 




$21 00 


Twombley, Albert T. 


Milton . 


63 84 






Tyler, W. B. 


Boston . 


77 2- 






V 
Union Institution for Savings . 


Boston . 


77 28 






Utley, Joseph 


Boston . 


1 68 






V 
Vanderlip, W. C. . 


Boston . 


68 04 






Vose, Joshua . . , 


Milton . 


52 08 






Vose, Jessie, heirs of 


Milton . 


53 76 






Vose, John, heirs of 


Milton . 


25 20 






W 










Waddleton, Frederick A. 


Boston . . 


33 60 




33 60 


Wadham, Helen J. 


Boston . 


36 06 






Wadsworth, Thomas T. . 


Milton 


33 CO 






Ware, Mary Ann . 


Milton 


23 52 






Waterman, L. C, Trustee 


Hanover, N. H. 


68 04 






Webster, Stephen 


Boston . 


2 52 






Weld, Aaron D. . 


Boston . 


1 68 






Weldon, John A. 


Boston . 


23 52 






Wellington, Henry W. . 


Boston . 


162 12 






Wescott, William H. 


Boston . 


21 84 




21 84 


Weston, Seth 


Everett . 


48 72 




48 72 


Wetherell. Frank J. 


Newton . 


16 80 






Wheeler & Wilson Sew'g Mach. Co. 


Boston . . 




3 36 




White, Samuel L. . 


Wakefield 


25 20 






White, Amos S . 


Weymouth 


16 80 






White, Benj. F. 


Boston . 


125 16 






White, George 51. 


Boston . 


10 08 






White, Howard 


Beaver City, Neb. 


3 36 






White, Catherines. 


Boston . 


2 52 






White, Charles G. 


Milton . 


13 44 





98 
Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Unpaid. 


White, Emeline 


Dedham . 


$20 16 






White & Richards, Trustees 


Boston . 


20 16 






Whitehead, Joseph 


Saugus . 


3 36 




$3 36 


Whittemore, C. S. 


Framinghara 


38 64 




38 64 


Whittier, A. R. . 


Boston . 


142 80 




142 80 


VVhittier, Carrie A. . 


Boston . 


129 36 




129 36 


Whittington, Alfred 


Boston . 


10 08 






Whiting, Joseph . 


Dedham . 


1 68 






Whiting, Alvan 


Clinton . . 


3 36 






Whitman, Josiah B., trustee . 


Barnstable 


26 04 






Wild, Joseph A. . 


Amesbury 


10 08 






Wilder, Hannah . 


Weymouth 


45 35 






Wilder. William W. 


Newton, N. H. . 


3 36 






Willard, Huldah . 


Boston . 


60 48 




60 48 


Williams, John J. . 


Boston 


114 2i 






Williams, F. C. 


Boston . . 


47 04 






Wilkins, G.G. 


Unknown . 


84 






Winch Brothers 


Boston . 


62 16 






Winshman, Charles 


Dedham 


5 04 






Wise, Henry 


Boston . . 


1 68 






Wogan,JohnT. 


Boston . 


31 08 






Woods, George W., heirs of 


Unknown 


20 16 






Wood & Pollard . 


Boston . 


11 76 






Woodward, Maria L. 


Attleboro 


40 32 






Woodward, James H. 


Cambridge , 


6 72 






Woodworth, Thomas H. 


Milton 


21 84 






Wright, Isaac L. . . . 


Roxbury 


5 04 






Weymouth Savings Bank 


Weymouth 


498 12 






Y 

Young, James M. 


Dedham . 


3 36 




3 36 



REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 



For the School Year Ending December 31, ISi 



To the Citizens of Hyde Paek : — 

The School Cornraittee herewith submit their annual 
report. 

ORGANIZATION. 

At the commencement of the current year, the following 
Sub-Committees were appointed by the Chairman and 
approved by the Board : — 

High School, Eichard M. Johnson, Andrew Washburn, 
Henry S. Bunton ; Advanced Grammar Class, Edward I. 
Humphrey, Eichard M. Johnson; Damon School, Henry S. 
Bunton, Charles G. Chick ; Fairmount School, Andrew 
Washburn, Edwin E. Walker ; Greenwood School, Edwin 
E. Walker, Eichard M. Johnson ; Grew School, Charles G. 
Chick, Edward I. Humphrey ; Everett Primary School, 
Edward I. Humphrey ; Evening Schools, Edward I. Hum- 
phrey Charles G. Chick ; Supplementary Eeading, Henry 
S. Bunton, Andrew Wasbburn. 

You are referred to the reports of the several Local Com- 
mittees for specific information in regard to their respective 
schools. 

RESIGNATION . 

On the 29th of May Mr. Walker resigned his position as 
a member of this Board. The Selectmen and School Com- 



100 

mittee in convention, on the 5th of June, elected Mr. George 
M. Fellows as his successor. Mr. Fellows at once entered 
upon the discharge of his duties, and was appointed to fill 
the vacancies in the above Local Committees occasioned by 
Mr. Walker's resignation. 

ORAL EXAMINATIONS. 

Public oral examinations were held in each of the schools 
at the close of the Spring term. They were conducted to 
the evident satisfaction of the goodly number of parents and 
friends who were in attendance. 

DRAWING. 

A course of lectures for the benefit of our teachers have 
been given in the High School room, by Prof. C. M. Carter 
of the State Normal Art School. Good results have been 
manifest in the improved quality of the instruction given in 
this branch. 

MUSIC. 

Mr. Henry J. Whittemore has' conducted the exercises in 
vocal music, with the assistance of his daughter in the lower 
grades, and good satisfaction has been given. 

WRITING. 

While excellent work is being done by individual teachers, 
notably in primary grades, yet the penmanship of the aver- 
age scholar is not satisfactory. The Committee believe that 
better results would be obtained in the class-room if the 
services of a special instructor were provided, or normal 
instruction given to the teachers. 

TRUANCY. 

The Board has found the same difficulty in dealing with 
this evil which has been experienced by its predecessors, the 
lack of suitable provision by the town for habitual truants. 



101 

Our attention being called by the State Board of Education 
to the fact that we should forfeit our share of the income of 
the Massachusetts School Fuud unless such provision was 
made, the Committee at once caused By-Laws upon the sub- 
ject to be framed and submitted to the town's committee on 
revision of By-Laws. The same have since been adopted 
and approved. 

BY-LAWS RELATIVE TO TRUANTS. 

1. — The town hereby avails itself of the several provisions of the 
statutes of this Commonwealth, now in force, relating to habitual 
truants and absentees from school. 

2. — All children convicted of habitual truancy hereunder, and 
children between the ages of seven and fifteen years, residing in said 
town, and who may be found wandering about the streets or public 
places of said town, having no lawful occupation or business, not 
attending school, and growing up in ignorance, may be committed to 
the Lawrence Industrial School, of Lawrence, Mass., or to any house 
of reformation which has been or may hereafter be established by 
the County Commissioners of the County of Norfolk, or to any place 
provided by this town within its limits, for confinement, instruction 
and discipline. 

3. — Two or more truant officers shall be appointed annually, whose 
duty it shall be to inquire into all the violations of the truant laws, 
and of the law relating to compulsory education, and to do all the 
acts required of them by the laws of the Commonwealth. 

4. — It shall be the duty of every truant officer, previous to making 
any complaint under these laws, to notify the truant, or absentee from 
school, also his parent or guardian, of the oftence committed, and of 
the penalty therefor, and if the truant officer can obtain satisfactory 
pledges for the restraint and reformation of the child, he may, at his 
discretion, forbear to prosecute so long as such pledges are faithfully 
kept. 

5. — It shall be the duty of the School Committee, the teachers of 
the public schools, and the citizens generally, to aid the truant officers 
as far as possible in the discharge of their duties. 

6. — It shall be the duty of the truant officers to keep a full record 
of all their official acts, and make an annual report thereof to the 
School Committee, who shall publish the same with their own report. 

7. — Nothing in these by-laws shall be so construed as to alter or 
impair the obligation and duty of teachers to enforce punctuality and 
regularity of attendance, and to preserve good order and discipline . 



102 



MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL FUND. 

The following is a statement of the amounts received by 
this town since its incorporation, from the income of the 
Massachusetts School Fund, together with the amounts 
expended from year to year, and the balance at date of this 
report : — 



Year ending Jan. 15, 1870 

" " Jan. 15, 1871 

" Jan. 15, 1872 

" Jan. 15, 1873 

" " Jan. 15, 1874 

" « Jan. 15, 1875 

" " Jan. 31, 1876 

" J* Jan. 31, 1877 

" » Jan. 31,1878 

" '•' Jan. 31, 1879 

" Jan. 31, 1880 

" " Jan. 31,1881 

" " Jan. 31, 1882 

" " Jan. 31, 1883 



Total .... 
Balance unexpended Jan. 31, 1883 



KECEIVED. 


EXPENDED . 


$197 86 




314 


67 




290 


07 




317 


77 




342 


51 




546 


29 




200 


74 


$427 59 


139 


96 


60 07 


246 


17 


745 16 


215 


18 


47 98 


234 


94 


375 15 


242 


48 


1,112 74 


247 


11 


302 88 


$3,535 75 


$3,071 57 






$464 18 



SALES OF JUNK. 



By authority of this Board the Secretary has nold old. 
books, paper, etc., realizing for same $4.71, which has been 
expended for supplies by vote of the Committee, viz. : — 



For Fairmonnt School 
" Grew School 



$2 91 
1 80 



EEVISION OF COURSE OF STUDY. 

Early in the year Messrs. Washburn and Bunton were 
appointed a sub-committee to examine the Course of Study, 
and report such proposed changes as in their judgment were 



103 

needed to promote the efficiency of the schools. Subse- 
quently, when the consideration of the High School course 
was reached, Mr. Johnson was added to the sub-committee. 
They were materially aided in their work by the opinions 
and experience of our masters and teachers, and other prac- 
tical educators. Their report, with some modifications, was 
adopted by the Board, and the re-arrangement has been 
accomplished with but little friction, and to the apparent 
benefit of all who are affected thereby. 

The changes in what may properly be styled the Gram- 
mar School Course are mostly matters of detail. A text 
book in Intellectual Arithmetic has been substituted for the 
intermediate written arithmetic, which has had rather an 
unsatisfactory place in the course. We feel that a thorough 
mental training is a very essential preparation for the higher 
mathematics, as well as for the active responsibilities of life. 
Of late years there has been a disposition to underrate the 
importance of this branch, and to endeavor to combine it 
with the written arithmetic, but not successfully, if we may 
judge from our own experience. 

The judgment of the majority of the Board, as well as 
the voice of public sentiment, dictated the omission from 
the course of the Advanced Grammar Class, as it had existed 
for the two preceding years. The arguments which had led 
to its establishment were still pertinent, to wit : the need of 
a more complete and well-rounded course for the scholar 
whose education ends with the Grammar School, and the 
toning up of the High School by the more thorough prepar- 
ation and greater maturity of the students entering upon its 
work. The two years' or Business Course which has been 
instituted in connection with the High School, is intended to 
provide for the first mentioned class, and our Classical Course 
will compare favorably with the courses prescribed for High 
Schools in other municipalities of similar standing with our 
own. It had been a number of years since any change had 
been made in the High School course, as laid down, and the 



104 

present revision was necessary to bring the written law into 
consonance with the order which experience had gradually 
developed as best adapted for the needs of the school. 

CONCLUSION. 

In closing this general report, the writer desires, in behalf 
of the Board, to return thanks for the words of commenda- 
tion and appreciation which their labors have received ; also 
for that wholesome criticism which has called attention to 
matters of administration requiring amendment or careful 
consideration. 

School committees are human, and liable to go astray 
when they attempt to innovate on usages which have pre- 
vailed in the past. Experts differ as to the most approved 
methods in education. It is claimed that there is an undue 
tendency on the part of school authorities to experimentalize, 
and to substitute the ornamental far the practical. 

To quote from a recent and distinguished critic : — - 

"Some of the matters to be taught, as the teachers are exam- 
ined in them, are music, drawing, physiology, physics, botany, 
zoology, geology, astronomy, chemistry, ps} T chology, Greek, Latin, 
French and German. But the spelling book is banished." 

Nevertheless, the common school system, while it may have 
its defects, stands as one of the grandest monuments of mod- 
ern civilization, and as Abraham Lincoln said of our form of 
government, is " of the people, by the people, and for the 
people." 

More depends upon the wisdom, judgment and expe- 
rience of the teacher than upon the curriculum, however 
skillfully devised. 

"We are glad to report that our present corps are, for the 
most part, well equipped for their work, and faithful and 
successful in its performance. 

HENEY. S. BUNTON, 

Chairman. 



105 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Mr. J. F. Elliot, Principal. 

Miss Mary M. Coleman, Miss Minnie C. Clark (to June 30, 
1882,) Miss Sarah L. Miner and Miss Estelle M. Hatch (since 
September 4, 1882,) Assistants. 

The principal event of the High school the past year has 
been the change in the course of study. The old course was 
retained, as in the Grammar schools until the end of the 
Spring term, and the new was inaugurated with the begin- 
ning of the Fall term 

Just previous to the opening of the Fall term the Board 
were reluctantly obliged to part with Miss M. C. Clark who 
had so long and so creditably rilled a place in our corps of 
assistants. On this account and in consequence of the ne- 
cessity for increased assistance under the new course the 
services of two ladies well known among our citizens as 
faithful and competent instructors, — Miss E. M. Hatch and 
Miss S. L. Miner, — have been secured, so that the school at 
present has three assistants instead of two as formerly. 

With the modifications adopted, looking to increased 
efficiency in furnishing every requirement for a liberal edu- 
cation such a school can be expected to supply, the Com- 
mittee confidently look for the very best results, and so far 
the new arrangement works well, though of course not fully 
tested. As no plan of education however well considered 
and wisely constructed will prove perfect, this like, all other 
systems may need some changes as further experience, better 
methods and increased demands for a more complete mental 
culture develope. 

The Committee desire to express their high appreciation 
of the faithful work of the school and the cheerful acquies- 
cence of the teachers in the exacting demands of their 
position. 



106 

The school the past year has fully maintained its former 
creditable standing. A higher position however is possible 
and will be attained. 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON, 
ANDREW WASHBURN, 
HENRY S. BUNTON. 

Local Committee. 

Whole number of different scholars during the year . 119 

Average number of scholars during the year . . 68.9 

" attendance during the year . . . . 65.2 

Percentage of attendance during the year . . . 94.7 

The wide difference between the whole number of different 
pupils and the average number is due to the facts set forth 
below : — 

Whole number from January 1 to June 30 . 54 

Average whole number from January 1 to June 30 . 53.6 

'• attendance from j January 1 to June 30 . . 49.8 

Percentage of attendance from January 1 to June 30 . 92.9 

Whole number from September 1 to December 31 . 94 

Average whole number from September 1 to Dec. 31 . 92 

" attendance from September 1 to December 31 88.4 

Percentage of attendance from September 1 to Dec. 31 96 

Graduates during the year : — 

Alice P. Blake, Mary K. Davey, Susan A. Hoogs, Eda F* 
Mitchell, Grace V. Robinson, Albert P. Davis, Fred C. Gilpatric, 
Bernard H Lane, Edgar J. Rich, Charles H. Scholefield — 10. 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year . . $3,400 00 

" janitor's salary during the year . . 159 00 

" expended for fuel during the } T ear . . ; 231 29 

" " incidentals during the year . 297 03 



107 

DAMON SCHOOL. 

Edward W. Cross, Master. 

Lizzie D. Bunker, Julia E. Donovan, Sarah A. Crosby, Mar- 
garet E. Bertram, Maria V. Rooney, Edith H. Sears, Teachers. 

There has been no change in the organization of this 
school during the year, and the condition of the several 
rooms has been, with very rare exceptions, entirely satisfac- 
tory. The two junior teachers, Misses Eooney and Sears 
of the Twelfth Class, deserve special commendation for the 
ambition and painstaking which has been manifest in their 
work. 

It is to be regretted that the circumstances of so few of 
the Damon scholars admit of their completing the Grammar 
School course, and receiving the diploma of graduation. 
The disparity in the numbers of the entering and graduat- 
ing classes is more marked in the Damon than in any other 
school in our town. The cause is apparently beyond the 
control of the school authorities, but the fact demonstrates 
the importance of making the instruction in the lower grades 
as thorough and practical as possible. 

In view of the difficulty which has been experienced in 
suitably heating the building, the Local Committee have 
provided a third furnace in addition to the two brick fur- 
naces, which were found te be insufficient. This they have 
done by refitting, at a cost considerably less than that of a 
new furnace, a portable furnace, formerly in use, but which 
had been discarded. Other improvements have been made 
in the heating apparatus. A heavy item in our expenditure 
for incidentals is that of books furnished to scholars who by 
reason of indigence or neglect have failed to procure them. 
The lists are furnished to the Assessors, and when practica- 
ble, collections are made from parents or guardians on their 
tax bills. 

In September last, the school was the recipient, by the 
generosity of Mrs. J. Huntington Wolcott, of Milton, of a 



108 



well-selected library of seventy-five volumes, consisting 
largely of historical and biographical works suited to the 
ages of the scholars. Contributions from the teachers and 
others have considerably increased the size of the collection. 
Its educational influence has been very noticeable in mould- 
ing the literary tastes of the young people, and furnishing 
them with reading of an elevating character. We learn, 
also, that since the advent of the library there has been a 
material improvement in the discipline of the upper classes, 
which the teachers attribute to this salutary agent. 

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 . 
Number of graduates during the year 

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

" expended for fuel during the year 
" " incidentals during the year 



424 


312.3 


261.1 


83.6 


11 


,708 00 


150 00 


268 99 


533 02 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 

Miss Mary E. Rogers, Teacher. 

This school continues under the charge of Miss Mary E. 
Rogers, and still maintains its excellent reputation. The 
school building is hardly adequate to the needs of the school 
with its constantly increasing numbers. The Committee 
would recommend, if the present district lines remain un- 
changed, an enlargement of the present building, in order 
to secure more room and better ventilation. 

E. I. HUMPHREY. 

Local Committee. 



109 



Whole number of different scholars during the year . 102 

Average number of scholars during the year . . 55 

" attendance during the year . . . . 49.7 

Percentage of attendance during the year . . . 90.3 

Amount of teacher's salary during the year . . $450 00 
" expended for fuel, (included in High School.) 

" " incidentals during the year . 44 22 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Mr. Henry F. Howard, Master. 

Miss Annie L. Howe, Miss Hattie E. Adams, Miss Ella J. 
Stocking (to June 80, 1882,) Mrs. Matilda H. P. Cushing (since 
September 4, 1882,) Miss Hattie M. H. Darling, Miss Jennie S. 
Hammond, Miss Helen A. Perry, Teachers. 

In this school it has been the effort of both teachers and 
the committee to continue and perfect existing methods 
rather than to introduce new features. 

We are happy to report a successful school year with very 
few changes beyond the regular promotions from grade to 
grade. 

A larger number of pupils has been in attendance than 
during any previous year. 

Miss Stocking whose services here have been very highly 
appreciated, was transferred from the Ninth Class to the 
Grew school, to fill a vacancy existing there ; and Mrs. M. 
H. Cushing, who had previously been a successful teacher 
of the class, and had been compelled by ill-health to take a 
long vacation, was again placed in charge. Her success has 
been very marked, and it is to be hoped that the school may 
long profit by her faithful iabors. 

Because of the zeal and faithfulness and uniform success 
of teachers of the school this report can b n very brief. They 



110 



have visited other schools, attended lectures on education, 
held teachers' meetings, and worked with such energy and 
enthusiasm that the happy result is a successful, well-round- 
ed school year. 

ANDREW WASHBURN, 
G. M. FELLOWS, 

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 . 
Number of graduates during the year 

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

' ' expended for fuel during the year 
" " incidentals during the year 



378 




283.3 


255 




86 




13 




.837 


50 


150 


00 


190 


29 


713 


19 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Mr. J. Langdon Curtis (to January 2, 1883,) Mr. Daniel G. 
Thompson (since January 2, 1883,) Masters. 

Miss Harriet J. Folsom, Miss Agnes L. Adams, Miss Alice E. 
Gage, Miss Ellen M. Farnsworth, Miss Sarah A. Remick (to June 
30, 1882,) Miss Maud G. Leadbeater (since September 4, 1882,) 
Teachers. 

The whole number of scholars, attending during the Fall 
Term, and up to the present time, exceeds three hundred, 
giving an average of over fifty to each teacher. The work 
of the First Assistant, who has two classes in her room, is 
very hard. A change was proposed, with a view to lessen- 
ing her labor, but it was feared that this would increase rather 
than remove the difficulty. 



Ill 



Complaint has been made that many small children in this 
district have to walk on a private street, and cross private 
land, or else go a long distance to reach the school ; and 
a petition was presented asking that a Primary School might 
be opened in the Butler Schoolhouse, but no definite action 
upon it has yet been taken, on account of the pending claim 
on the property. 

We regret to be obliged to allude to the resignation of Mr. 
J. L. Curtis, who has so long held the position of Principal 
of the Greenwood School. His record is too well known 
here to call for praise. 

Mr. D. G. Thompson, an experienced and successful 
teacher, has been secured to fill the vacancy, and is entering 
heartily upon his work. We are glad to be able to say, that 
this school is in good condition, is doing excellent work, and 
deserves the high respect it enjoys. 

G. M. FELLOWS, 
RICHARD M. JOHNSON, 

Local Committee. 



Whole number of different scholars during the year . 378 

Average number of scholars during the year 

'* attendance during the year .... 
Percentage of attendance during the year . 
Number of graduates during the year 

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

" expended for fuel during the year 
" "• incidentals during the year 



283 




261 




91 




12 




,415 


50 


150 


00 


291 


34 


401 


20 



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GREW SCHOOL. 
Mr. Franklin H. Dean. Master. 

Miss Frances J. Emerson, Miss Lucina Dunbar, Miss Mary 
Morey (to June 30, 1882,) Miss Florence E. Leadbeater, Miss 
Martha A. Alexander, Miss Genevieve Brainard, Miss Ella J. 
Stocking (since September 4, 1882,) Miss Leila E. Perry, 
Teachers. 

The organization of this school remained the same as at 
the time of our last report until the close of the school in 
June, 1882, when Miss Mary Morey teacher of the Ninth 
Class tendered her resignation, which was accepted with 
great reluctance by the Committee. By this resignation the 
town loses a teacher of great merit and experience. At the 
beginning of the present school year Miss Florence E. Lead- 
beater was promoted to the position left vacant by Miss 
Morey, and Miss Ella J. Stocking, who had successfully 
taught for a number of years in the Fairmount School, was 
transferred to this school and placed in charge of the classes 
formerly instructed by Miss Leadbeater. 

The work of the school during the year will compare 
favorably with that of preceding years. The discipline is 
good, and the pupils receive careful and systematic instruc- 
tion in the various branches of the course. Writing has re- 
ceived more than ordinary attention, especially in the lower 
grades. 

It must be said that the work of the school has suffered 
somewhat during the present year from the prevalence of 
the measles among the younger children, to this cause may 
be attributed the lower per cent, of attendance as compared 
with former years. 

During the Summer vacation the various rooms were 
thoroughly cleaned, the walls were tinted and ceilings 
whitened, this was deemed necessary as the plastering had 
become badly smoked and cracked, presenting a dingy 



113 



and unwholesome appearance. The cost of this improve- 
ment will be found among the incidental expenditures of this 
school during the past year. 

The blackboards have also been carefully repaired, and 
are now in good condition for a number of years of use. 

The roof of the building will require some repairs during 
the coming year and true economy would require that the 
outside should be well painted. In closing this report we 
are happy to say that at present although the rooms are 
well filled, none are overcrowded. 

CHARLES G. CHICK. 
E. I. HUMPHREY, 

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 . 
Number of graduates during the year . . 

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

" expended frit fuel during the year 
" " incidentals during the year 



558 




418 




362 




8G 




16 




,375 


00 


150 


00 


345 


54 


423 


12 



EVENING SCHOOLS. 



Damon School — Mr. D. G. Thompson, Principal ; Mrs. D. G. 
Thompson, Assistant. 

Grew School— Mr. F. H. Dean, Principal ; Mrs. A. M. Merrill, 
Assistant. 

Evening Schools were opened in the Damon and Grew 
Buildings, January 2d, 1883. The Damon is under the 



114 

charge of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Thompson, as principaland 
assistant, and the Grew under the charge of Mr. F. H. Dean 
and Mrs. A. M. Merrill, in like positions. At the Damon 
an increasing interest is manifest from year to year, and in 
point of numbers and deportment is entitled to hearty com- 
mendation. At the Grew only a comparatively small at- 
tendance is secured ; this is traceable to no fault of the 
teachers, for there as at the Damon, the town is most excel- 
lently served. We would recommend moderate annual ap- 
propriations for the maintainance of these schools, as we are 
confident that the outlay will insure results which will re- 
dound to the credit of the town. 

E. I. HUMPHREY, 
C. G. CHICK, 
Committee on Evening Schools. 



EEPOET OF SCHOOLS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



Principal — JOHN F. ELLIOT. 
Assistants — Miss M. M, Coleman, Miss E. M. Hatch, Miss S. L. Miner. 



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Perfect in attendance from January 1 to June 30. — Grace V. Bobinson, Jennie H 
Soule, Elinor Roberts, Jennie M. Brooks. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31.— Jennie H. Soule, Elinor 
Roberts, Jennie M. Brooks, Martha L. Rich, Arthur H. Burt, John C. Halden, Flor- 
ence L. Lane, Claience G. Norris, Grace B. Sanger, Harry C. Farnsworth. 

Perfect in attendance during the year.— Jennie H. Soule, Elinor Roberts, Jennie M. 
Brooks. 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 



January 1, 
to June 30, 

1882. 



Class XI. 

Class XII. 

Sept. 1, 

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Class XL 
Class XII. 



NAME OF TEACHER. 



Mary E. Rogers 
Mary E. Rogers 

Mary E.Rogers 
Mary E. Rogers 



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Perfect in attendance from January 1 to June 30.— Thomas Devine, Alice Hampson, 
Maggie Daley, John Porier, Joseph Cheetham. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31.— Harry Austin, Patrick 
Broderick, Thomas Burke, Harry Cogan, Willie Towne, Annie Flaherty, Thomas 
Devine, Alice Hampson, Lelia Laird, Willie Kenney, Alida Gjavellc, James O'Meara 
Martin Riley, John Milan, Joaie Tibbetts. 

Perfect in attendance during the year.— Alice Hampson, Thomas Devine. 



117 
FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 



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Perfect in attendance from January I to June 30.— Josie Howard, Clarence Norris, 
Edward Badger, Arthur Savage, Frank Howard, Charles Swinton, Henry Perkins, 
Harry Norris, Cora Morrell, Jessie Swinton, Rosa Morrell, George Barrilt, Robert 
Kendall, Snsie Noble. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31.— George Hodges, Frank 
Howard, Hai^y Norris, Charles Swinton, Gertie Noyes, Ida Paine. Fred. Stevens, 
Jessie Swinton, Eva Barker, Ethel Barker, Frank Leeds, Rosa Morrell, Willie Car- 
berg, Ralph Aldrich, Perley Blodgett, George Elliott, David Marshall, Annie Jones, 
Willie Swinton, George Goodspeed, Robert Kendall, Belle Felch, Mary Dunn, Theo- 
dore Marshall, Mabel Elliott, Bertie Cumstock. 

Perfect in attendance duriny the year.— Fratk Howard, Robert Kendall, Jessie 
Swinton, Charles Swinton, Rosa Morrell, Harry Norris. 



118 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 



Jan. 1, to 
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1882. 
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J. L. Curti9 

J. L. Curtis 

H. J. Folsom 

H.J. Folsom 

A. L.Adams 

A. E.Gage 

E. M. Farnsworth 
S. A.Remick 

J. L. Curtis 

J.L.Curtis 

H.J. Folsom 

H. J. Folsom 

A. L. Adams 

A. E. Gage 

E. M. Farnsworth 
M. G. Leadbeater. 



Perfect in attendance from January 1 to June 30.— Nellie Jenkins, Charles Day, 
Fannie Brash, George Hoyt, Darwin Vaughan, George Reynolds. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31. — Harry Gurney, Carrie Goss, 
Carrie Holtham, Emily Mathuz, Gertie Reynolds George Butler, Charles Clifford, 
Emma Fall, Lina Ingersoll, Herbert Jenkins, Vernon Ramsdell, George Sherman, 
Frank Waters, Charles Teaton, Charles Balkara, Sadie Ingersoll, Herbert McDowell, 
Willie Stokoe, Alice Williams, Willie Teaton, Frank Rogers, Eddie Kibler, Lucia 
Cannon, Winnie Coveney, William French, Ernest Gilman, Harry Willard, George 
Ochs, George Bent, Ida Rudolph, Spurgeon McDowell, Addie Goss, Henry Cottelle, 
Fred. Dyer, Dannie Gallagher, Edgar J. McDuffie, Warren S. Reynolds, Walter I. 
Gage, Hattie Tasker. 

Perfect in attendance during the year.— Lina Ingersoll, Alida Arentzen, Charles 
Corbett, Bennie Phillips, George Reynolds, William Cannon. 



119 
GREW SCHOOL. 



Jan. 1 to 

June 30, 

1882. 



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VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XI. XII. 

XI. 

XII. 

Sept. 1 to 
Dec. 81. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

X. XII. 

XI. 

XII. 



NAMES OF TEACHERS. 



Frank H.Dean 

Frank H, Dean 

Fannie J. Emerson 

Lucina Dunbar 

Mary Morey 

M. A. Alexander 

Florence E. Leadbeater 
Genevieve Brainard.... 
Leila E. Perry 

Frank H.Dean 

Frank H.Dean 

Fannie J. Emerson 

Lucina Dunbar 

Florence E. Leadbeater 

M. A. Alexander 

Ella J. Stocking 

Genevieve Brainard.... 
Leila E. Perry 



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Perfect in attendance from January 1 to June 30.— Lawrence O'Brien, Harry Farns- 
worth, Fred. Rich, John Robinson, Florence Holmes, Paul Caduc, Joseph Houston, 
Nettie McFarland, Nellie Campbell, Dora Snow, Howard Noyes, Leonard Wood, 
Augustus Clark, Everett Angell, Alice Rich. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31.— Mabel Holmes, Rosa 
Hughes, Annie McNally, Lillie Malcom, Susie Macbrien, Clare Rogers, Willie Shaw, 
Frank Tjler, Thomas Ahern, Eddie Bryant, Willie Home, Ellis Littlefield. Alice Rich, 
Bertha Sloan, Leonard Wood, Mary Wagner, Augustus Clark, Archie McMillan, 
Ferdinand Alexander, Fred. Wood, Lillie Harlow, Amy Whittemore, Susie Waldron, 
Freddie Shaw, Freddie Radell, Eugene Clark, Susie Gallup, Charles Tacey, Guilford 
Blaisdell, Fred. Lincoln, Lillian Richardson, Mary Shea, Julia Sweeney, Nettie 
McFarland, Lizzie Sweeney, Laura Rollins, Harry Butler, Lennie Sanborn, Paul 
Caduc, Parker Waldron, John Shea. 

Perfect in attendance during the year.— Paul Caduc, Leonard Wood, Augustus 
Clark, Alice Rich. 



i nsr id is 2L. 



PAGE. 

Applicants for aid . t 40 

Appropriation for the current year 52 

Assessors, Report of..... 48 

Auditor's certificate 44 

Births 55 

Board of Health, Report of i 43 

Building Streets 32 

By-Laws 67 

Collector of Taxes, (J. B. Quimby,) Report of 46 

Collector of Taxes, (J. F. Goodwin,) Report of. 47 

Collector of Taxes, (George Sanford,) Report of 49 

Deaths 59 

DebtofTown 52 

Educational Statistics 115 

Engineers, Report of 13 

Expenditures, Detailed statement of 17 

" for the current year 52 

Fire Department 26 

" " List of officers 16 

Fires, List of 15 

Fuel and Janitors (Schools) 18 

Highways, Selectmen's report of 5 

" Expenditures on 34 

Incidentals, Expenditures for. ... 37 

Land Damages 33 

Marriages 55 

Massachusetts School Fund, Expenditures from Income of 20 

Officers, List of Town 3 

Overseers of Poor, Report of 39 

Persons aided by town, List of. 40 

Police, Expenditures for 31 

Poor, Expenditures on account of 28 

Public Library, Expenses of 25 

" " Report of Treasurer of 66 

" " " Trustees of 63 

Salaries of Town Officers 30 

Schools (Teachers' Salaries) 17 

School Committee, Report of 99 

School Incidental Expenses 20 

Sealer of Weights and Measures, Report of. ". 45 

Selectmen, Report of 5 

Sinking Fund, Report of Commissioners of 53 

Street Lights 34 

Police Report 11 

Taxation, rate of 48 

Tax Payers, List of Resident 75 

" " Non-Resident 89 

Town Clerk, Report of ... 55 

Town Hall Building 27 

Town Treasurer, Report of 50