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SIXTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



EECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN, TRUSTEES OF THE 

PUBLIC LIBRARY. SCHOOL COMMITTEE, 

AND OTHER TOWN OFFICERS. 



YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1884. 




HYDE PARK : 



■pStESS OI^ OTZEIZE JSro:RF^CiJ-.J^ OOXJ3SrT-S' O.A.ZJB'XTEl- 



18 8 4. 



OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PAEK. 

For the Year ending March 3, 1884. 



SELECTMEN AND SUEVETOR8 OF HIGHWAYS: 

WALDO F. WARD, D. W. C. ROGERS, HENRY C. STARK. 



GEORGE SANFORD, 



ASSESSOKS : 



JOEI. F. GOODWIN. 



FRANCIS L. GERALD, 



BOAKD OF HEALTH : 



JOEL F. GOODWIN. 



OVERSEEES OP THE POOB : 

GEORGE B. WARREN .... 
JOEL F. GOODWIN .... 
JOHN TERRY ..... 



GEORGE B. KERR, 
JOHN TERRY, 



term expires 18S4. 
term expires Ifc^So. 
term expires 1886. 



TOWN CLERK 

HENRY B. TERR1^ 



TOWN tkeasurek: 
HENRY S. BUNTON. 



COLLECTOR OF TAXES : 

GEORGE SANFORD. 



CHARLES G. CHICK 
ANDREW WASHRURN . 
RICHARD M. JOHNSON 
GEORGE M. FELLOWS . 
HOB ART M CABLE 
HENRY S. BUNTON 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE: 



HENRY BLASDALE 
HENRY GREW 
WILLIAM J. STUART 



SINKING FUND COMMISSIONERS : 



term expires 1884, 
term expires 1884. 
term expires 1885. 
term expires 1885. 
term expires 1886. 
term expires 1886. 

term expires 1884. 
term expires 1885. 
term expires 1886. 



AUDITt>H8 : 

G. FRED GRIDLEY, WALLACE D. LOVELL, 

GEORGE W. CHAPMAN, 



CONSTABLES : 

GEORGE SANFORD, CHARLES E. JENNEY. 

DANIEL O'CONNELL, JAMES F. PEPrEARD, 

CHARLES JACOBS, PATRICK J. DONLAN, 

GEO. F. DOWNES, JEREMIAH CORBETT, REUBEN CORSON. 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES : 

DUNCAN D. BURNS. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT : 



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



EEPORT OF THE SELECTMEN. 



Hyde Park, February 5, 1884. 

Fellow Citizens : — 

As is the custom, we give you a full report of receipts 
aud expenditures for the past year, reports of the different 
officers of the town, list of tax-payers, and such other mat- 
ters as are of general interest. 

The Town Hall was burned March 8th, 1883. The insur- 
ance on the building and contents was satisfactorily settled, 
by the payment of the policies in full. New rooms were 
leased by the Selectmen in Everett block, for one year, with 
the privilege of five years, at three hundred dollars per year. 
They have been nicely fitted up, at small expense, and 
accommodate officers and the public in a satisfactory 
manner. 

HIGHWAYS. 

A good deal of work has been accomplished the past year. 
The Selectmen, at the beginning, rode over every street in 
town, making a careful survey aud estimate of what it would 
cost, and asked the town for the needed appropriation, which 
was granted. As early as possible the work was begun. 
The gutters were cleared out, stones removed, sidewalks 



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repaired, low places filled up, and a general putting in 
order of nearly every street in town. Warren avenue 
was put to grade, and a culvert built across Beacon street, and 
one across Highland street at junction of Fairmount avenue. 
Fairmount avenue was gravelled from the bridge to Pond 
street, and one sidewalk from the bridge to the top of Fair- 
mount hill, from gravel taken from Warren avenue. Pond 
street, near the school-house, where there has always been 
a low, wet place for the children to pass through, was 
filled, and a drain put in from lot corner of Fairmount ave- 
nne and Pond street to Williams avenue. On Dana avenue, 
where the water has flowed in the gutter in years before 
from the upper swamp, causing, in winter, much trouble 
from ice, and quite large expense to keep it passably clear, 
has been obviated by digging wells at the upper and lower 
swamps, and connecting therewith an eight-inch drain-pipe. 
This has worked entirely satisfactorily, taking care of all the 
water, contrary to the prophecy of some of the oldest inhab- 
itants. For this work, half was paid b}' the Eeal Estate and 
Building Company and half by the town. At the junction 
of River street and Central Park avenue, the streets were 
filled about three feet, to improve the grade, and a culvert 
was built under Central Park avenue, near the engine house, 
to drain the water from River street to Stony brook. A 
portion of West street was filled and widened. Sidewalks 
were built on River street, and the street repaired from the 
paper mill to railroad property. Roxanna street has been 
put in complete and thorough repair, by trenching, relaying 
and paving the gutters, making over the sidewalks, and 
giving the roadway a heavy coat of gravel, at an expense of 
five hundred dollars, one-half of which was paid by Mr. 
C. F. Allen. A concrete crossing was built on Fairmount 
avenue, near Everett square, and concrete gutters across 
Central avenue, near the Methodist church, and at the head 
of Water street. The highways are, generally, in a fair 
condition. 



Childs and Cleveland streets, as laid out by our predeces- 
sors, and accepted by the town last year, with an appropria- 
tion of twenty-three hundred dollars to do the work, was a 
legacy to us, the requirements of which we have endeavored 
to carry out ; but the work is not fully completed, and will 
need an additional appropriation. The building of such 
culverts, the reduction of a ledge such as we found extend- 
ing the entire width of Childs street and nearly two hundred 
feet in length, together with excavations in accordance with 
plans and specifications on file, we found a work of no small 
magnitude. But you will bear in mind that this work is 
being executed under the betterment laws, and a large por- 
tion of the expense incurred will be assessed on the abut- 
tors, and revert to the town after the work is finished. 

The extension of Williams avenue has been completed 
within the appropriation, and accepted by the County 
Commissioners. 

The bridge over the Boston and Providence railroad, on 
River street, has been built by the railroad company, and is 
a great improvement over the old structure. A contract was 
made with the railroad company to erect a temporary bridge 
for public travel while the new bridge was being construct- 
ed, for the sum of five hundred dollars, which the town will 
be called upon to provide for at its next appropriation 
meeting. 

RAILROAD CROSSING. 

A petition was presented by the Selectmen to the Railroad 
Commissioners, asking for a flagman at the Bridge street 
crossing over the New York and New England railroad, at 
the expense of said road. A hearing was held, which 
resulted in an order from said Commissioners granting the 
petition as prayed for. 



DRAINAGE. 

For several years citizens residing on Green street have 
been seriously inconvenienced, by reason of an improper or 
inadequate system of drainage in that particular locality. 
Complaints have also been filed with this Board, by parties 
connected with the manufacturing interests of our town, and 
located directly in the rear of this street, who are suffering 
from the same cause. A plan has been suggested for their 
partial relief, that we think worthy of your careful consid- 
eration ; which is to so change the grade of Central Park 
avenue, by a continuation of that, as now established at its 
junction with River street, to a point opposite the foot of 
Pine street, thereby providing for nearly all the surface 
drainage from Mt. Neponset, which now finds its way down 
on to the low lands in front of the Boston and Providence 
railroad depot, diverting this surface water from its original 
course along this avenue direct to Mother brook, or to a 
culvert now crossing said avenue at a point just below Wal- 
nut street, thence constructing an open drain, on a line with 
said Walnut street, over land of Eobert Bleakie, to Mother 
brook ; when, if these aggrieved parties will connect, by a 
system of drains along the rear of their estates at the point 
of the above named culvert, it will, we think, obviate their 
whole difficulty. 



GORDON AVENUE AND RIVER STREET. 

The action of the County Commissioners, allowing the 
Boston and Providence Railroad Company to raise the grade 
nearly four feet on the approach to their new bridge, has 
deprived the town of all drainage at thrs point; and, unless 
said County Commissioners, or the railroad company, can 
be looked to for relief, early action on the part of the town 
will be necessary to remedy this difficulty. 



STREET LIGHTS. 



Contracts were made with the Declham and Hyde Park 
Oas Company, and the Globe Gas-light Company, on the 
same basis as last year. The service has, generally, been 
good, although some complaints have been made. In all 
such cases the companies have been notified, and have been 
prompt to remedy the trouble. 



NO LICENSE. 

No License was the majority ballot carried to the polls at 
the March town meeting, and the Selectmen were elected on 
that basis ; and everything has been done, as far as possible, 
to carry out the wishes of the voters. We feel that to-day 
we are comparatively free from the liquor nuisance. No 
open bars can be found, beer wagons are not as common on 
our streets as formerly, and we think we can be reckoned 
among the foremost temperance towns of the State. 

POLICE. 

During the past year your attention has so frequently been 
called to the operation of this department, by reason of the 
energy, zeal and fidelity so plainly manifest on the part of 
those officers most actively engaged and connected therewith, 
that it seems almost needless for this Board to refer to it in 
connection with this report. Therefore we say, briefly, that 
the duties devolving upon the principal officers of this 
department have been arduous, perplexing, and somewhat 
dangerons withal, as the duties of faithful officers necessarily 
must be ; and we feel that the fiicts will fully sustain us in 
the statement that these officers have proved themselves 
equal to every emergency ; and we most, heartily congratu- 
late them and the town upon the results obtained by the 
strenuons efforts on their part to detect crime, enforce the 
laws, and maintain orood order. 



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The officers specially commended to your uotice, are 
Chief of Police Charles E. Jenney, Officer Charles Jacobs, 
and Nio-ht Watchman Patrick J. Donlan. 



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Respectfully submitted, 



WALDO F, WARD, 
D. W. C. ROGERS, 
HENRY C. STARK, 

Selectmen. 



POLICE REPOET. 



To the Board of Selectmen: — 

The following is a record of the arrests made during the 
year, commencing February 1, 1883, and ending February 
1, 1884, classified as follows 



Liquor Nuisances 
Illegal Sale of Liquor 
" Keeping " . 
Drunkenness 
Common Drunkards . 
Assaults , 

Breaking and Entering 
Larceny . 
Tramps 

Gambling Nuisance . 
Evading Car Fare 
Peddling without License 
Cruelty to Animals . 
Embezzlement . 



Number Search Warrants for Intoxicating Liquors 
" " "■ " Stolen Property . 

" Cases reported and investigated without arrest 
" Arrested and turned over to OiBcers from other 
places ........ 



14 
1 
5 

82 
3 

17 
9 
6 
8 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 



103 

14 
1 

107 



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

CHAELES E. JENNEY, 

Chief of Police and Keeper of Lock-up. 



ENGINEERS' REPORT. 



Engineers' Eoom, H. P. F. Dep't, 
Hyde Park, Jan. 31, 1884. 

To the Honorable Board of Selectmen: — 

Gentlemen: — In laying before you this, our annual, 
report for the year ending January 31, 1884, we do so 
with much gratification. The membership of the department 
is excellent, and the apparatus in good condition, with one 
exception. The Hook and Ladder carriage is very light, 
and not strong enough to carry the equipment belonging to 
it. Some accident has happened to it at almost every fire, 
and more money has been paid to keep it in repair than 
would buy a much stronger carriage. We would recom- 
mend the next Board of Engineers to exchange it for one 
heavier and more durable, by paying a sum of money for 
the exchange. 

The department has been called upon an unusual number 
of times the past year, and has proved very efficient in every 
case. In no instance has the fire extended beyond the 
building where it originated. In this connection we would 
say that great praise is due to the Chemical Engine. It has 
proven to be a good investment for the town. It has, 
undoubtedly, saved many times its cost. It has been espe- 
cially useful in holding fires in check until streams of water 
could be had from the steamers. 

We have in the department about three thousand feet ot 
cotton hose in good condition, and fl;fteen hundred feet of 
leather hose almost worthless. The town will have to 
appropriate a sum of money for the purchase of hose the 
coming year. 



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The apparatus of the department consists of two steamers, 
two hose carriages, one hook and ladder carriage, one chem- 
ical engine, one fuel wagon, and two sets swinging harness ; 
all in good repair, except hook and ladder carriage, as above 
mentioned. 

We take this opportunity to thank each and every mem- 
ber of the department for their gentlemanly deportment, 
and are confident they will always be found ready when 
duty calls. 

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, 

W. W. HILTON, 

Chief Engineer. 

C. L. FARNSWORTH, 

F. A. SWEET, 

Assistant Engineers. 



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OFFICERS AND NUMBER OF MEN. 



The following is a list of the officers of the several companies, 
together with the number of men in the emplo}' of the de- 
partment : — 



Goodwill Steam Fire Engine Co., No. 1, 

W. H. DARLING, Foreman. 

WM. F. RILEY, Assistant Foreman. 

E. N. BULLARD, Clerk. 

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



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

STEWART McKENZIE, Foreman. 

SETH J. HENDERSON, Assistant Foreman. 

J. H. McKENNA, Clerk. 

JAMES A. GUINAN, Treasurer. 

EDWARD F. MOORE, Engineman, and nine men. 

Chemical Engine Co,, No. 1. 

JAS. H. O'BRIEN, Foreman. 

H. G. BALKAM, Clei'k and Treasurer. 

H. I. SOMES, Engineman, and two men. 



Hook and Laddes Co., No. 1, 

GEORGE E. CARLTON, Foreman. 

ROBERT SCOTT, JR., Assistant Foreman, 

D. H.cCOQEY^ Clerk and Treasurer, and nine men. 



Number . of iFiremen 45 



JOSHUA WILDES,, Steward of the Department. 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES. 



SCHOOLS. — Teachers' Salaries. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid John F. Elliot . 

Miss Mary M. Coleman 
" Sarah L. Miner . 
" Estelle M. Hatch 
" Cora L. Hill 



.,700 00 
600 00 
600 00 
300 00 
350 00 



DAMON SCHOOL. 




Paid Edward W. Cross 


$1,200 00 


Miss Lizzia D. Bunker 


450 00 


" Julia E. Donovan 


450 00 


" Sarah A. Crosby 


450 00 


" Margaret E. Bertram . 


450 00 


" Maria V. Rooney 


427 50 


" Edith H. Sears . 


415 00 


Mrs. Mary C. Howard 


6 00 


FAIRMOUNT SCMOOL. 




Paid Henry F. Howard 


$1,200 00 


Miss Annie L. Howe . 


450 00 


" Hattie E. Adams 


435 00 


Mrs. Matilda H. P. Cushing 


412 50 


Miss Hattie M. H. Darling . 


" 225 00 


" Hattie F. Packard 


200 00 


" Jennie S. Hammond . 


450 00 


" Helen A. Perry . 


450 00 


" Ella S. Norton . 


8 00 


Mrs. Mary C. Howard 


6 00 



1,550 00 



3,848 50 



3,836 50 



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GREENWOOD SCHOOL 

Paid Daniel G. Thompson 
Miss Harriet J. Folsom 
'* Sara A. Bailey . 
" Agnes L. Adams 
" Alice E. Gage . 
" Ellen M. Farnsworth 
" Sarah A. Remick 
" Maud G. Leadbeater 
" Lelia H. Caffin . 
Mrs. Marv L. Gould . 



EVERETT SCBOOL. 

Paid Miss Mary E. Rogers 



MUSIC 



Paid Henry J. Whittemore 



$1,200 00 

405 00 

18 00 

450 00 

450 00 

450 00 

180 00 

412 50 

10 00 

26 00 





GREW SCHOOL. 




aid Franklin H. Dean 


. $1,200 00 


Miss Frances J. Emerson . 


450 00 


k( 


Lucina Dunbar . 


450 00 


a 


Florence E. Leadbeater 


225 00 


a 


Clara F. Hall . 


200 00 


a 


Jennie H. Soule . 


. 200 00 


r U 


Martha A. Alexander 


225 00 


i( 


Fanny E. Harlow 


2oe 00 


4( 


Genevieve Brainard 


. 450 00 


(( 


Ella J. Stocking . 


225 00 


(I 


Agues J. Campbell 


. 200 00 


(( 


Leila E. Peny . 


450 00 


(.. 


Annie M. Clarke 


105 00 


41 


Florence G. Bemis 


4 00 


Mrs 


. F. H. Dean , . 


4 00 



$3,601 50 



FUEL AND JANITORS. 

Paid McAvoy & Co., 205 tons furn'ce coal, 

at $5.73 $1,174 65 

McAvoy &,Co., 10 tons ftirntK-o coal, 
at $7.00 70 00 



4,588 00 



450 00 



400 00 



19 



Paid McAvoy & Co., moving wood and coal 
Si B. Balkam & Co., 7 tons furnace 

coal, at $7.25 . . . . 
S. B. Balkam & Co., 2 tons furnace 

coal, at $6.50 ..... 
S. B. Balkam & Co., moving coal 
Joseph Willett, 7 tons furnace coal, 

at $7.25 

Goding Brothers, 10 cords wood, at 

$5.50 

John Brady, inspecting coal 

Robert Scott, Jr., janitor High and 

Grew schools ..... 
John R. Bond, janitor Damon and 

Greenwood schools . . . . 
George James, janitor of Fairmount 

school ...... 

William W. Ketcham, janitor Green- 
wood school 



$1 


50 


50 


75 


13 


00 


12 


50 



50 75 



55 


00 


5 


00 


320 


00 


225 


00 


150 


00 


75 


00 



},203 15 



Cr. 

By amount of appropriation . . $22,400 00 
" expended from the income of 

the Massachusetts school fund 77 65 



},477 65 



$22,477 65 



EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Paid Daniel G. Thompson, teaching . . $80 00 

George T. Wiggin, teaching . . 60 00 

Mrs. Mary A. Thompson, teaching . 50 00 

Miss Josie M. Conlan, teaching . . 37 50 

Franklin H. Dean, teaching . . 140 00 

Mrs. Achsa M. Merrill, teaching . 50 00 

Miss Annie M. Clarke, teaching . . 37 50 

Michael Golden, teaching drawing . 21 00 

John R. Bond, janitor . . . 28 00 



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Paid Robert Scott, Jr., janitor . 

Warren W. Hilton, drawing tables 
C. L. Alden & Co., supplies 
George Miles, supplies 
Pulsifer, Jordan & Wilson, paper 
Frost & Adams, supplies . 
Mark E. Noble, supplies 
James B. Fall, supplies 
S. R. Moseley, advertising . 
James K. Christopher, lamps 
Johanna Welch, cleaning 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation 

unexpended balance from last year 



633 00 
29 07 

8 28 
4 65 

9 04 
3 42 
1 25 

1 00 

2 00 
13 06 

3 05 



^600 00 
493 74 



$611 82 



1.093 74 



Balance unexpended 



8481 92 



EXPENDITURES FROM INCOME OF MASSACHUSETTS 
SCHOOL FUND. 



Paid on account of teachers' salaries, as per 

salary account 
Town of Dedham, tuition of Hyde Park 

scholars in Dedham schools 
Boston School Supply Co., supplies 
William Ware & Co., books 

D. Appleton & Co., readers 
Ivison, Blakeman & Taylor, readers 
Getchell & Harding, supplies 
Charles H. Whiting, books . 
J. W. C. Oilman, supplies . 
Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., chart 
Patent Adj. Book Cover Co., supplies 

E. W. Cross, binding books, &c. 
George W. Hanscom, apparatus ,. 



65 



45 


00 


69 


18 


7 


00 


22 


50 


15 


75 


5 


25 


2 


35 


. . 8 


00 


6 


50 


3 


75 


1 


65 


7 


00 



S266 58 



21 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Paid S. R. Moseley, printing and adver 
tising ..... 
Fred. W. Barry, paper 
Geo. W. Chapman, taking census 
J. H. Daniels, diplomas 
Boston School Supply Co., supplies 
R. Corson, teaming and expressing 

E. H. Stndley, filling diplomas . 

F. H. Caffin, services . 
Mark E. Noble, supplies 
C. G. Chick, Secretary's salary . 
E. S. Hathaway, advertising 
Ryan's Express, expressing 
Journal Newspaper Co., advertising 
C. W. Clark, ink powders . 
R. W. Karnan & Co., ribbon 



. $102 


00 


53 


85 


35 


00 


25 


00 


19 


18 


70 


38 


10 


40 


1 


25 


1 


08 


100 


00 


2 


50 




45 


3 


00 


9 


72 


6 


50 



$440 31 



DAMON SCHOOL 

Paid Harrison Hume, dictionaries 

N, T. Cottelle, tuning and repairing 

piano .... 
Mark E. Noble, books 
Boston School Supply Co., supplies 
Charles Haley, stock and labor 
S. S. Bunker, labor on desks, &c 
John R. Bond, labor and truant officer 
R. Corson, expressing 
Charles F. Leonard, repairs 
H. C. Stark, solder and labor 
Quincy Dyer, supplies 
H. T. Parker & Co., mouldings 
R}^n's express, expressing . 
John Beatey, stock and labor 



SI 00 

5 50 

77 Q6 

2 19 

115 48 

20 00 

57 16 

1 00 

1 70 

2 50 
9 08 

35 50 

50 

183 37 



22 



Paid Francis Bojmton, furnace work . 
Charles C. Gerry, erasers . 
F. H. Dean, repairing blackboards 
Putnam & Worden, pail 



S61 


52 


5 


25 


84 


84 




25 



§667 50 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 

Paid Robert Scott, Jr., key and bolt . 
Mark E. Noble, books 



SO 50 
84 



1 34 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Paid Thomas Cobbett, repairing lock . 
N. T. Cottelle, tuning piano, &g 
Boston School Supply Co., supplies 
Mark E. Noble, books 
John Beatey, labor and brick 
Magee Furnace Co., furnace 
George W. Hanscom, repairs 
George James, labor and truant oflScer 
James B. Fall, water pot 
Charles C. Gerry, erasers . 
H. C. Stark, stock and labor 
F. A. Perry, glazing . 
Ryan's express, expressing 
S. Z. Leslie & Co., pencil holders 
Charles H. Whiting, drawing paper 
George W. Noyes,- painting fence 
Thomas Sweeney, moAang ashes, &c 
Quincy Dyer, oil ... 

F. H. Dean, repairing blackboards 



$0 75 

2 50 
1 08 

30 21 
12 23 
326 85 
20 32 
29 38 

1 25 

3 00 
20 40 

7 65 
60 

2 10 
2 00 

45 00 
6 00 
1 50 

52 92 



565 74 



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GREENWOOD SCFIOOL. 

Paid Fi'fiacis Boynton, furnace work 
A. Ct. Whitcomb. desks 
N. T. Cottelle, tuning piano 
Cliarles Haley, repairs 
Boston School Supply Co., supplies 
John H. Tuckerman, shades and fix 

tures ..... 
R. Corson, expressing 
William W. Ketcham, labor and repair 
Ryan's express, moving piano 
Standard School Furniture Company 

desks, &c. .... 
Mark E. Noble, acid . 
C. P. Vaughan, cloclj. &c. . 
S. B. Baikam & Co., lumber 
S. P. Crossman, labor on roof 
A. P. VVyman, fitting keys 
G-eorge W. Hanscom, labor and stock 
Patrick Brennan, labor 
John Beatey, stock and labor 
John R. Bond, cleaning 
F. H. Dean, repairing blackboards 
J. W. C. Gilman, paper 



S2o 


03 


42 


00 


1 


50 


13 


10 


41 


46 


19 


61 




50 


•s 5 


75 


3 


00 


144 


00 




55 


4 


90 


16 


08 


15 


77 


4 


15 


20 


85 


13 


50 


340 


10 


35 


00 


57 


36 




75 



S804 96 



GPtEW SCHOOL. 

Paid Francis Boynton, labor and supplies . $99 43 

Thomas Cobbett,j-epairing lock . . 25 

R. Scott, Jr., labor, &c. ... 37 50 

N. T. Cottelle, tuning piano . . 1 50 

John H. Tuckerman, repairing phair . 60 

Johanna Welch, cleaning . = . 6 05 

O. Lappen & Co., mats and dusters . 29 40 

George W. Hanscom, repairs . . 10 76 

S. B. Baikam & Co., bricks and lumber 48 58 

H. J. Whittemore, music ... 70 



24 



Paid James B. Fall, pails and' dippers 
A. P. Wyman, fitting keys 
Mark E. Noble, acid . 
W. W. HiltoH; putting down desks, &c 
A. G. Whitcomb, desks 
F. H. Dean, repairing blackboards 
Winkley, Thorp & Dresser, ink wells 
J. W. C. Gilman, supplies .. 
Eagle Pencil Co., sharpener 
C. W. Clark, chairs . 
Charles C. Gerry, erasers . 
Thomas Sweeney, moving ashes, &c. 
Putnam & Worden, matches 



So 25 

75 

35 

21 05 

70 40 

7 20 
9 06 
3 00 

8 00 
3 00 
5 25 
8 00 

50 



11 58 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid Francis Boyntou, repairs and supplies 
H. C. Stark, repairs . 
R. Scott, Jr., labor and cash paid out 
N. T. Cottelle, tuning piano 
Mark E. Noble, books, &c. 
Willard Small, binding books 
Charles Haley, repairs . • 

C. H. Crumett, repairing well curb 
J . F. Mooar, filling diplomas 
J. F. Elliot, cash paid out . 
R. Corson, expressing 
H. J. Whittemore, music 
Ginn, Heath & Co., book . 
W. F. Curtis, use Everett Hall 
Roberts Brothers, plants, &c., for grad 

uation .... 
Thomas Sweeney, carting ashes, &c. 
Putnam & Worden, pail 



$34 63 

100 40 

21 75 

• 1 50 

4 57 

6 45 
3 95 

1 05 

7 50 

5 35 
25 

2 21 
81 

8 50 

8 00 

6 00 
65 



208 57 



Cr. 



By amount of appropriation 



S3,060. 00 
. $3,060 00 



25 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



CURRENT EXPENSES. 



Paid Mrs. H. A. B. Tbompsou, Librarian 
East Boston Savings Bank, rent . 
F. L. Wiswall, janitor 
Mary A. Hawley, services as Assistant Libr 
E. D. Savage, oil, &c. 
S. P. Blodgett, postal cards 
I, J. Brown, insurance . ' ^. 

S. B. Balkam & Co., fuel . 
Joseph Willett, fuel . 
S. R. Moseley, printing 
George Hanscom, bos for books . 
H. D. Noyes & Co., stationery, &c. 
Adams Express Co. 
J. A. Boyle, Manager, covering paper 
Ryan's express .... 
Corson's express 
H. C. Stark, labor on stoves 
Putnam & Worden, oil, &c. 
Hyde Park Times, advertising 
C. E. Davenport, ice . 
J. B. Bird, labor o.n new rooms 
J. R. Brown, " " " 

J. W. Lord. " " " 

H. C, Diraond & Co., repairing stamps 



arian 



Ce. 

By balance unexpended last year 
amount of appropriation 



UoO 00 


309 


96 


130 


00 


59 


00 


16 


25 




68 


48 


67 


24 


SO 


26 


37 


39 


50 


14 


00 


11 


75 




15 


8 


71 




90 




65 


3 


5"o 


13 


00 


3 


00 


7 


00 


66 


00 


99 


00 


14 


50 


4 


00 



851 39 
1,300 00 



L,351 39 



§1,351 39 



26 



PURCHASE OF NEW BOOKS. 

Paid James R. Osgood & Co 

Lockwood, Brooks & Co. .... 

Cr. 
By amount of appropriation, (dog licenses, 1882,) 

Balance unexoended .... 



iD31 


50 


195 


68 


S227 


18 


404 


78 



S177 60 



books 



the 



INCIDENTALS. 

Paid S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising 
Hyde Park Times, " " 

East Boston Savings Bank, rent of town ofilces 
J. B. Carter, coal 
McAvoy & Co., coal . 
Winkley, Thorpe & Dresser, stationery and 
Andrew Fisher, stationery . 
S. P. Blodgett, postage 
W. W. Hilton, fitting up town offices, rail 

hall, &c 

John Beatey, building vault, «fec. 

George L. Damon, work on vault 

John T. Robinson & Co., repairs 

J. Johnston, rods and repairs 

Swett & Chipman, painting 

Labor as per pay-roll . " . 

W. A. Mason, labor . 

S. Z. Leslie & Co., " 

William Coullahan, " 

M. "Grady, " 

John Welch, " 

R.W.Gould. 

Thomas Meegan, " 

T. H. Mayhew, " 

J. W^. Lord, moving fence . 





$732 00 




18 30 




262 50 




40 25 




13 25 




85 62 




19 43 




34 50 


e 


307 23 




250 00 




23 20 




2 75 




12 85 




21 90 


. 


62 16 




1 75 




6 42 




2 00 




1 75 




2 00 




3 00 




-3 50 




1 35 




50 



27 



Paid J. F. Nolau. repairs on water cart 

A. Graham & Co., repairs .... 

L. C. Swett & Co., •'.... 

Charles Haley, labor and material 

Thomas Marron, drain on Pond street 

I. C. Pluramer, storage .... 

J. H. Tuckermaii, polish .... 

M. A. Smith, refreshments at spring election 

C. L. Farnsworth, " fall " 

S. McKenzie, ballot boxes, &c. . ; 

American Tool and Machine Company, water 

H. S. Buuton, cash paid for record 

G. L. Richardson, surveying 

A. P. Bickmore, tax refunded 

Charles E. Jenney, cash paid for recoid 

David Perkins, adjusting loss on Town Hall 

W. F. Ward, cash paid for Boston Di'x-ctcry 

Ulrich Holzer, binding town reports . 

Charles M. Chapin, insurance 

Henry B. Terry, recording and returning births, 

marriages and deaths, services iu betterment 

cases, work on new index, and for insurance 
George S. Wheeler, use of piano 
G. A. Stetson, steps . 
Howard vV'atch and Clock Co., case for scales 

weights and measures .... 
H. A. Davis, setting up standard scales 
Boston Shade Company, curtains 
Ruth S. Blake, use of land for pound . 
Daniel O'Connell, serving notices 
Dr. W. S. Everett, returning births 
Dr. Charles Sturtevaut, " '^ 

C. G. Chick, legal services iu Clark vs. Town and 

Crane vs. Town ..... 
P^dmund Davis, transfers for Assessors and legal 

services ....... 

J. E. Cotter, legal services, &c. . 

F. C. Graham, repairs on hearse and returning 

deaths ........ 



$1 


75 


2 


00 


8 


04 


5 


96 


30 


00 


i 


00 




25 


20 


50 


19 


75 


12 


50 


85 


00 


2 


45 


43 


00 


3 


13 




50 


37 


50 


5 


00 


11 


85 


140 


00 


VJS 


30 


11 


00 


2 


50 


75 


00 


18 


80 


17 


15 


15 


00 


6 


00 


8 


00 


3 


65 



2G3 21 

155 50 

685 00 

63 50 



28 

Paid L. J. French & Co., oil, &c $3 40 

Peabody & Co., " , . . . 95 

W. F. Curtis, use of Everett Hall ... 33 50 

D. D, Burns, cash paid out .... 2 10 

George F. Downes, distributing reports . . 14 00 

Estate of J. B. Quimb3\ balance for collecting 

taxes ........ 66 82 

George B. Warren, examination of Collector 

Quimby's accounts ..... 
R. Corson, carting and expressage 
Adams Express Company, expressage 
R3'an's express, expressage 
S. B. Balkam & Co., coal, wood and lumber 
Edmands & Co., drain pipe 
C. E. Davenport, ice . . . . 
Carter, Dinsmore & Co., ink, &c, 
F. H. Cafiin, guarding town property after Town 

Hall fire, and until new vault was built . 
Joel F. Goodwin, services as janitor, and copying 

valuation book ..... 

Joel F. Goodwin, balance for collecting taxes of 
187b, 1879, 1880, and 1881 
George Sanford, on account of collecting taxes of 

1882 and 1883, copies, and preparing list of 

tax-payers for town report 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Company, gas 
H. C. Stark, stoves repairs, and gas fitting 
J. B. Fall, use of stove and oil stove . 
• B. F. Tyler, matches ..... 
Quincy Dyer, hardware, &c. . . . 
J. Johnston, repairs, &c. • 

. 86,000 00 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation . . . . . $6,000 00 



50 


00 


35 


55 


1 


30 


2 


25 


172 


47 


151 


50 


20 


00 


1 


25 


129 


00 


281 


36 


41 


60 


759 


26 


170 


00 


223 


00 


19 


00 




80 


4 


00 


5 


89 



29 



HIGHWAYS. 



Paid for labor, as per pay roll 



Thomas Dolan, 
James Nasb, 
D, D. Burns, 
C. E. Davenport, 
John Dray, 
Thomas Galvin, 
John White 
William Murray, 
A. D. Rooney, 
James Feehan, 
Hugh Cox, 
William Shea, 
John McNamara, 
M. Galligan, 
jHmes R. Brown, 
John Reagan, 
Michael Loftus, 
Thomas Corrigan, 
Patrick Rooney, 

drain 
R. Corson, 
John Downey, 
Jeremiah Corbett, 
Con. Clear3% 
Thomas Rooney, 
Peter Rooney, 
A. Raymond, 
Thomas Sweene}^ 
McAvoy & Co., 
Michael Rogers, 
C. H. Crumett, 
John Corrigan, 
Patrick Brenuan, 
W. H. Plummer, 
Charles Haley, 
David Higgins, 
John A. Paine, 



labor 



and teams and stone 
" and buildinaf 



labor and teams 



" and material 



. $3,733 


30 


3 


00 


1 


50 


2 


00 


3 


75 


4 


00 


14 


00 


15 


75 


9 


19 


8 


75 




50 


6 


13 


1 


75 


6 


13 


3 


75 


10 


92 


1 


75 


1 


75 


248 


75 


260 


63 


20 


75 


50 


75 


110 


88 


63 


00 


QQ 


00 


33 


50 


76 


00 


45 


50 


79 


62 


15 


31 


46 


38 


9 


06 


14 


00 


5 


75 


48 


65 


11 


00 


4 


65 



30 



Paid A. Webster, gravel 

H. S. Holtham, 
William Henstis, " 
George M. Tarrant, " 

E. J. Coleman, agent . 
Real flstate and Building Co., gravel 
Kirk W. Dodge, concreting 

S. B Balkam & Co., lumber 
H. I. Somes, blacksmith work 

F. W. Conn, " " . . 
J. Johnston, " . " . 
Abner Howland, " " ' . 
Joseph Breck & Son, shovels and repairs on 
W. E, Johnson, use of road machine . 

R. W. Gould, care of lanterns 

G. L. Richardson, surveying 

Q. D3'er, covering stove, powder, &c. 



roller 



U6 40 
42 20 
20 00 
11 00 
2 20 
50 40 
88 30 
38 27 

24 15 
13 57 

25 67 
5 60 

36 50 
20 00 
4 50 
28 87 
19 70 



Cr. 



By amount of a,ppropriation 



85,515 43 



S5,500 00 



cash refunded on account of current year's 
expenditures ..... 



15 43 



^5,515 43 



POLICE. 

Paid Charles E. Jenney, police services, etc. 

Charles Jacobs, " " 

Patrick J. Donlan, "• *' 

Andrew D. Rooney, " " 

Daniel O'Connell, " " 

James F. Peppeard, " " 

Francis H. Caffin, " " 

Jeremiah Corbett, " " 

Thomas Mulcahy, " " 

John O'Connell, " '' 

Frank Greenwood, "" " 

George F. Downes, " " 



Sl,040 96 

579 28 

916 50 

485 25 

199 50 

76 50 

25 97 

6 00 

6 00 

6 00 
'6 00 

7 50 



ol 



Paid Samuel P. Smith, police services, etc. 
James R. Brown, " "■ 

John B. Burns, " " 

Elijah W. Moffat, " '' 

Alonzo W. Dunbar, " " 

John P. Lovell & Sons, badges, tools, etc. 
Richard Gould, washing 
Joslma Wilder, food for prisoners 
A. Raymond, carriage hire 
R. Corson, «' " 



Cr. 



By amount of appropriation 
Balance unexpended 





88 00 




4 50 




6 00 




3 CO 




28 00 




17 85 




3 00 




16 90 




1 50 




32 00 



S3,476 81 



3,500 00 



$23 19 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid Goodwill Steam Fire 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 
H. E. Hunt, engineman and repairs 

E. F. Moore, engineman and repairs 
H. I. Somes, engineman and repairs 
W. W. Hilton, engineer 
C. L. Farnsworth, engineer 

F. A. Sweet, engineer 
Joshua Wilder, steward, aiid cash paid out 
R. Corson, horses at fires 
A. Raymond, horses at fires 
W. H. Plummer, services . 
W. H. Harlow, " 



$559 37 

566 66 

187 60 

506 25 

58 87 

65 07 

56 02 

75 00 

75 00 

75 00 

505 97 

307 15 

26 00 

1 00 

25 00 



32 



Paid Walworth Manufacturing Co., repairs 
John T. Robinson & Co., " 

J. Johnston, " 

Hunneman & Co., " 

Janaes Bo_yd & Co., " 

George W. D. Simmons, *' 

American Fire Hose Co., " 

Cole Bros., " 

Charles E. Beny, •■' 

W, W. Hilton, labor and material 
Swett & Chipmau, labor and material 
Daniel McDonald, labor and material 
R. Bleakie, damage to hose 
Merrimac Chemical Co., vitriol, &c. 
C. L. Far n 3 worth, crackers 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Co., gas 
Underhay & Co., oil 
J. A. & W. Bird & Co., chemicals 
Fabric Fire Hose Co., hose 
W. H. Turner, hose . 
J. Hinman, acids, etc. 
Q. Dyer, hardware 
B. F. Tyler, cheese . 
H. A. Win ship, fire hat 
S. B. Balkam & Co., coal 
Daly & Bryan, hats 
Peabod}^ & Co., coffee and sugar 
PI. C. Stark, pipes, pails, etc. 



$6 02 

12 18 
48 77 
48 00 

6 12 
23 10 

13 50 
8 80 
2 00 

26 78 

2 45 

2 50 

174 65 

12 98 
8 08 

13 80 
. 12 91 

28 ea 

663 25 

107 25 

13 50 

1 06 

. 2 35 

4 00 

139 86 

12 50 

4 30 

12 80 



Cr. 



H,oOO 00' 



By amount of appropriation 



S4,500 00 



33 



STREET LIGHTS. 

Paid G-Iobe Gas Light Company, street lighting . 

Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Co., street lighting 
Joseph Serivens, setting posts 
Ryan's exp:ess, expressage 



Cr. 



By amount of appropriation 



. $2,008 20 

984 Qo 

7 00 

15 

$3,000 00 
. ^3,000 00 



POOR ACCOUNT. 




aid George Miles, groceries .... 


$456 03 


E. D. Savage '• 




16 90 


Peabody & Co., " 




30 75 


Putnam & Worden, " 




6 00 


C. L. Alden & Co., " 




25 50 


L. J. French «fe Co., " 




94 29 


B. F. Tyler, provisions 




41 15 


E. Stone, " 




9 19 


Ward Brothers, " 




43 50 


C. L. Farnsworth, " 




145 73 


G. H. Bateman, milk . 




9 55 


Allan Dwelley, board and care of poor . 


147 00 


Stephen S. Walsh, " " " . . . 


8 00 


Charles McCabe, " " " 


150 00 


Addie L. Lincoln, " " " 


15 00 


Commonwealth of Massachusetts, board and care 




of poor . 


24 86 


City of Boston, board and care of poor . 


61 49 


Town of Quincy, " " " 


214 71 


Town of Dedham, *' " " 


132 40 


Bridget Connolly, " " " . 


9 00 


Patience Bowen, " " " 


30 00 


Celia M. Welch, " u u 


10 00 


S. B. Leonard, " " " . . 


1 75 


J. Wilder, meals for poor . 


, , 


1 50 



34 



Paid Jane Joyce, rent . . • 

Taunton Lunatic Hospital, board of insane poor . 

Asylum for the Chronic Insane, board of insane . 

St. Vincent's Asylum, board of Gibbons children 

State Industrial School, care of Mary T. Mulvey 

Ellen Slulqueeney, nursing 

M. L. Elwell, nursing 

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

Joseph Willett, coal and wood 

J. B Carter, '' " 

McAvoy & Co., " '' 

P. Shine, wood . 

H. G. Balkam, medicine 

M. E. Noble, 

H. M. George, " 

Wm. Batho, " 

R. W. Karnan & Co., dry goods 

E. M. Whittemore & Co., clothing 

J. H. Tuckerman, bed 

A. C. Bass, shoes 

H. C. Stark, stove and pipe 

C. C. Hayes, medical attendance 

S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising 

Hyde Park Times, " " 
. F. C. Graham, burial of poor 

E. McKenna, storage of hack 
; Board of Overseers of Poor, cash paid out 

Derinda Bell, cleaning 
" R. Corson, team and carting 

C. H. Crumett, cleaning cesspool 

■ Ryan's express, expressage 
' F. L.' Gerald, postage, &c. ^ 

Charles G.Whitten, stamp 
/, A. W. Dunbar, expense of P. Ryan to Tewksbury 
Charles E. "Meister, labor 

■ W. W. Hilton, pumping out reservoir, &c. 
•Leach & Green, hose . .' 
Labor about reservoir, as per pay-roll 

„ James McN>abb, labor >^nd te^ms 



$9 00 
723 64 
181 46 
144 00 

14 57 

3 60 
40 00 
Gl 71 

104 75 
7G 00 
37 00 

4 50 
27 56 
17 31 
16 83 

4 45 
3 53 

12 25 
3 50 
7 30 

5 00 
150 00 

10 75 
10 80 

164 00 
20 00 

171 55 

3 00 

30 25 
5 00 
1 20 

40 
1 50 

4 90 
3 00 

22 50 

3 75 

92 26 

31 80 



35 



Paid A. Howl and, labor and repairs 
Frank Greenwood, labor 



Cr. 

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

rents, and amounts refunded by the 

State and by cities and towns . . 1,539 79 



Balance unexpended 



U 07 
6 99 



J,919 98 



4,039 79 



$119 81 



APPROPRIATION FOR BUILDING NEW STREETS, IN 

ACCORDANCE WITH THE DECREE OF THE 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 



Paid Jeremiah Corbett, labor and material 
Rinaldo Williams, " " 

Michael Rogers, labor and team 
Thomas Corrigan, ' " " 

John Dunn, labor 
John Crowley, labor . 
John Johnston , iron .work . 
G. L. Richardson, surveying 



Cr. 



By amount of appropriation 
Balance unexpended 



8456 31 
66 49 
15 75 
6 13 
15 74 
12 85 
86 03 

• 23 00 

$632 30 

650 00 

$17 70 



36 

APPROPRIATION TO BUILD CHILDS AND CLEVE- 
LAND STREETS. 

Paid for labor, as per pay-roll .... 

Patrick Rooney, labor and teams, and contract 

work ....... 

Jeremiah Corbett, labor and teams, and contract 

work 

Nathaniel Shepard, labor and teams . 
Thomas Corrigan, stone .... 
George H. Sampson, powder, fuse, &c. 
G-. L. Richardson, surveying 



Cr. 
By amount of appropriation 



. $1,141 


64 


776 


43 


96 


12 


32 


19 


175 


00 


17 


88 


60 


74 


$2,300 


00 


$2,300 00 



LAND DAMAGES ON PIERCE, DAVISON AND WAL- 
TER STREETS, AND CENTRAL AVENUE. 

Paid Sarah E. Arnold, land damages .... $101 88 
Oliver Colburn, " " ... 29 50 

A. Fabyan, " " ... 3 70 



$135 08 

Cr. 
By unexpended balance of appropriation . . . 441 80 



Balance unexpended $306 72 



37 



SALARIES. 

Paid Waldo F. Ward, services as Selectman and Sur 
veyor of Highways ..... 

D. W. C. Rogers, services as Selectman and Sur 
veyor of Highways ..... 

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

Flenry B. Terry, services as Town Clerk and Clerk 
of Selectmen . . . . . . 

Henry S. Bunton, services as Treasurer of Town 
and Sinking Fund ....." 

George Sanford, services as Assessor 
George B. Kerr, " " 

Joel F. Goodwin, " " 

George B. Warren, services as Overseer of Poor 
Joel F. Goodwin, " " " 

John Terry, " ~ " " 

Francis L. Gerald, services on Board of Health 
John Terry, " " " 

Joel F. Goodwin, " " " 

Charles G. Chick, services on School Committee 
Andrew Washburn, " " " 

Richard M. Johnson, " " " 

Geoi,-ge M. Fellows, " " " 

Hobart M. Cable, " *' " 

Henry S. Bunton, " " " 

G. Fred. Gridley, services as Auditor 
Wallace D. Lovell, " " 

George W. Chapman, " " 



Cr. 



SlOO 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00- 



350 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


25 


00 


15 


00 


25 


00 



$2,200 00 



By amount of appropriation 



5,200 00 



REPOKT OF OVERSEERS OF THE POOR, 



In a survey of our work and records of the past year, we 
note the following as of general interest : — 

We find that the number of persons requiring full support 
is increasing year by year. Hyde Park, however, is very 
favorably situated in this respect for a town of its size. 
Under the statutes persons acquire a pauper settlement, 
mainly, by ownership of property, payment of taxes,' or 
simply by residence, and our territory, thirty years ago, was 
so sparsely settled, and for the first few years of our village 
existence the population was so constantly changing that very 
few settlements were acquired until within perhaps twenty 
years. We have, in fact, on our list but three persons wiiose 
settlements antedate 1860, but with our larger, steadier pop- 
ulation of late years, and also through changes in the laws 
which make the acquirement of a settlement a simpler matter 
than in the past, we find- that a much larger proportion of 
applicants have settlements on this town than has heretofore 
been the case. 

As Hyde Park settlements thus become more and more 
numerous, the aid to those requiring full support becomes 
each year a heavier item, and the question of how to most 
economically manage these cases is fast becoming one of im- 
portance to the town. We are now boarding such persons, 
adults and children, in various places and institutions, and 
this plan has answered fairly so far. With such an increase 
in their number, as may reasonably be expected within a 
very few years it will probably be necessary, however, for 



40 

the town to arrange in some way for their maiutenauce here 
at home. Probably the most feasible plan will be to utilize 
the Happy Valley estate, and either by the alteration of ex- 
istius^ buildings, or the erection of a new one, start a poor- 
house on a small and inexpensive scale. Such an establish- 
ment would be of great use to the overseers, even now, and 
save a deal of time and labor by furnishing rooms, with 
board and care at a minimum cost for the sudden and serious 
cases of sickness among the friendless poor, which each year 
regularly brings us. 

Our receipts this year from the Commonwealth, and from 
other towns have been quite large. The pa^yments from the 
State include $564, to close the small-pox claims of 1881, 
and the decision of Teed's settlement, gave us a claim on 
that account against the town of Tewksbury of $251.80, 
which has been settled in full by that town. The State 
authorities have been of srreat service in aidins: us to fix set- 
tlements in several disputed cases. Dr. Wheelwright, after 
a quarter of a century of service has just retired from the 
position of Superintendent of State out-door poor. We are 
pleased to acknowledge the aid and attention we have had 
from his office, and trust that we may continue as pleasant 
relations with as competent a successor. We have now due 
us from sundry sources for aid rendered, about $240. 



Whole number of persons aided ...... 680 

Insane adults, fully supported ..... 5 

Sane " " '• . . -. .. . 5 ■ 

Children, " " ..'.... 6 



16 



Persons receiving temporary aid 110 

Tramps .lodged • '^45 



680 



41 



Statement of aid rendered, with settlement in each case 
and number in family : — 

FOR FULL SUPPORT 

Of Sarah J. Barrett, (Taunton Lunatic Hospital) . $186 87 
Clara E. Clapp, " " " . 179 58 
Mary Crowley, " " " , 179 41 
Henry W. Hammond, " " " . 177 78 
Rose McCabe, (Worcester Lunatic Hospital) . 181 46 
Mary F. Mulvey, to Sept. 21, 1884, (State Indus- 
trial School) " 39 43 

Children of Patrick McCabe, Jane, Patrick and 

Rose 157 95 

Children of Margaret Gibbons, Kate and Mary M., 

(St. Vincent's Asylum) 180 52 

Elisabeth Gillbutts 186 50 

Michael Griffiu and wife 198 49 

Louise Withington, (Quincy Poor Farm) . . 229 71 
Mabel Norris, (St. Mary's Catholic Institution) 

$1,897 70 



FOR TEMPOKART AID 

To Joseph L. Brown, (2) . 

Mary A. Colhns, (Dedham) (6) 

James Conley, (5) 

Ellen Curren and children, (4) 

Bridget A. Dempsey, (Boston) (2) 

Nellie Doherty, (State) 

Hannah Doran, " 

John and Bridget Duffy, (State) 

Catherine Fitzgerald, " 

Margaret Flemming 

Catherine Fox, (4) 

James Gates, (State) (3) 

Wm. Hanson, " (2) 

Hobart 

Margaret How, (2) 
Thomas Kelley, (State) (8) 
Arianna Kirby 
Ellen Laird, (Dedham) (6) 



SIO 00 

215 97 

92 00 

178 45 

12 70 

72 86 

16 00 

2 GO 

2 00 

6 50 

85 80 

37 76 

57 58 

50 

10 00 
4 00 

11 85 
27 74 



42 



To Andrew Long 

Dennis McGrath, (State) 

Margaret McGowen, (3) 

Margaret McGowan 

James McKirdy, (State) (4) 

Annie Martin 

James Moriarty, (State) (6) 

Bridget Morrissey, (State) 

Margaret O'Brien, (Holyoke) (2) 

Patrick O'Keefe, (State) 

Mary O'Leary, (3) 

Newell Otis, (State) . 

Margaret Otis, (State) (3) 

Anna F. Parents, (Boston) (3) 

Mary Paul, (State) (3) 

Catherine Quigley, (2) 

John Quigley 

Ellen Rourke, (4) 

Patrick Ryan, (State) . 

William Shedd, (4) . 

John Tierney, (6) 

Zibeon Tirrell (Easton) 

John Walsh, (State) . 

Ellen Walsh, (Newbur3q)ort) 

John Ward (State) (7) 

Henry Weeden, (Boston) (2) 

Tramps, at lock-up 

Sundry persons, (3) 



Paid Dr. C. C. Hayes, Town Physician 
Sundry fares, postage and expenses 

Deduct amounts included above for medical 
attendance ......' 

Deduct amounts included above for which 
bills remain unpaid .... 



S39 00 




2 00 




25 05 




2 30 




7 00 




60 




14 29 




12 75 




82 38 




. 7 00 




22 49 




2 30 




10 00 




7 00 




11 00 




34 50 




25 30 




105 40 




4 90 




25 00 




18 50 




5 75 




27 40 




15 75 




21 00 




48 73 




36 25 




30 83 






^1,489 08 




• • • 


150 00 


. 


22 23 



$18 00 



1 00 



$3,559 01 



19 00 



S3,540 01 



43 



Paid sundry bills incurred and reported in previous 
vear ......... 



8148 62 



83,688 03 



Received, 


Appropriation . 


. 82,500 00 


u 


from Commonwealth . 


700 61 


(( 


'* Cities and Towns 


507 85 


u 


" Individuals 


267 88 


u 


" Happy Valle}' rents . 


63 50 


(( 


" Goods sold 


1 50 



4,041 29 



Surplus of receipts over year's payments . 

Bills of Board of Health, &c., charged to this appro- 
priation ........ 

Net surplus . . . . . . . 



8352 66 



232 85 



.19 81 



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

Overseers of Poor. 



REPORT 



OP THE 



SEALEE OF WEIGHTS AEJ) MEASUEES, 

FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDING JAN. 31ST, 1884. 



The Sealer of Weights and Measures has attended to the 
duties of his ofHce as prescribed by law, and has received in 
fees for the same, $31.65. 

D. D. BURNS, Sealer. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH, 



The Board of Health herewith present their report for the 
year ending January 31st, 1884. The duties devolving upon 
the Board the past year have been more than in any previous 
year. A large number of complaints regarding the sanitary 
condition have come from all parts of the town. In a large 
proportion of these cases, the remedy sought was the clean- 
ing out, and disinfecting of vaults and cesspools. Hog pens 
in the thickly settled parts of the town have given us con- 
siderable trouble, and it is the opinion of the Board, that no 
one should be allowed to keep swine in thickly settled 
streets. 

All complaints have received our immediate attention 
and in nearly every case our requests upon the owners 
of these nuisances have resulted in their abatement without 
cost to the town. A petition was received from the resi- 
dents on Arlington street, praying that this Board abate the 
stagnant pools of water near their property. After due coh- 
sideration of the alleged nuisance, the Board decided to re- 
open the ditch through land of the Real Estate & Building 
Company, land of the Greenwood estate, and land of Sally 
R. Sumner. The Real Estate & Building Company contrib- 
uted $100 ; the Greenwood heirs and Sally R. Sumner, each 
did their own work. The town built three culverts and 
superintended the whole. We do not anticipate any further 
trouble from that section of the town. 

The old reservoir on West street has been filled, which 
has given great satisfaction to those living near there. The 
work to be done by the Board of Health for the next few 
years will be quite large. 



46 

No one but members of the Board can form any idea of 
what has ah-eady been done. There are a number of places 
in town that will need watchinof for the next few years. 

It is the duty of every one that knows of places that are 
not in proper condition to report the same to the Board. 

During the past year our physicians in most every instance 
have 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, 

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

Board of Health. 



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$5«0,452 


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1,240 


323 


152 


2,406 



State Tax. 


County Tax. 


Town Tax. 


Ovevlayings. 


Total. 


$4,065 00 


$3,128 77 


$72,510 00 


$],S42 66 


$81,546 43 



EXEMPTED PROPERTY 



May 1, 1883. 


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Total. 




$138 350 00 


$225 00 


$138,575 00 


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Valuation Real Estate. 


Val. Personal Property. 


Total. 


1882... 

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$4,060,550 00 
4,294,950 00 


$537,221 00 
660,452 00 


$4,597,771 00 
4,855,402 00 






Increase 


$234,400 00 


$23,231 00 


$257,631 00 



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

Assessors of Hyde Park. 



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50 

TREASUEER'S 



HENRY S. BUNTON, TOWN TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT 



DR. 



Cash in the Treasury, February 1, 18S3 

AMOUNTS RECEIVED DURING THE YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1884. 

From Treasurer's Notes— Temporary Loan 

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

Joel F. Goodwin, Collector pro tern., Taxes for 1879 

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

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

George Sanlord, Collector, Taxes for 1882 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1S83 

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

Treasurer Commonwealth, for Corporation Tax 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for National Bank Tax 

Treasurer Commonwealth, for Income Massachusetts School Fund 

Treasurer Commonwealth, lor State Aid, 1882 

County Treasurer, dog licenses, 1SS3 

County Treasurer, rent of room occupied bj Probate Court 

Town Hal! building, rents collected 

Insurance on Town Hall building 

Insurance on furniture and fixtures 

Charles Jacobs, Auctioneer, net proceeds, sale ol ruins 

Old iron sold 

Old brick sold 

Liquor Licenses 

Miscellaneous Licenses 

Lock-up fees 

llelease of Tax D jeds 

Interest on Tax Deeds. 

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

Support of Poor, rents collected (Happy Valley) 

Intereiit on bank balauces.. 



$3,C23 07 

20,000 00 
1 40 

1 52 
5 57 

1,382 10 

20,465 01 

63,744 49 

356 50 

1,617 78 

952 4.'i 

251 70 

507 00 

513 38 

100 00 

106 75 

15,000 00 

990 OJ 

60 
3 95 

2 00 

3 00 
15 00 

17 26 

l.i 43 

1,476 29 

63 50 

39D 16 



131,393 43 



51 

EEPOET. 



CR. 



CURRKNT WITH THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK. 

AMOUNTS DISBUKSKD: 

On aoconnl of Treasnier's Notes, Funded Loan 

Treasuier's Notes, Temporary Loan 

Interest. 

Schools 

K ven ing Schools . . • 

Income of Massachusetts School Fund 

School Incidentals 

Incidentals 

Street Lights .= 

Highways 

Constructing Child and Cleveland Streets 

Building New Streets 

Laud Damajres— Central Avenue. Pierco, Davison and 
Walter Streets 

Fire Department 

Support of Poor 

Police 

Salaries 

Public Library, current expenses 

Public Library, purchase of new books 

State Tax for 1S83 ". '. 

County Tax for 1SS3 

Defective Tax Deeds, amounts refunded under Sec. 39, 
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 Tieasurer Commonwealth, one- 
fourth ol the aniouuD received in 1883 

Sinljing Fund, amount of appropriation 

Sinking E'und, unexpended balance of appropriations 

Cash in the Treasury, January 31, 1SS4 



$30,000 00 
15,000 00 

10.399 16 

22.400 00 
611 82 
266 58 

3,060 OC 
6.000 00 
, 3,000 00 
5,515 43 
2.300 03 
632 30 

135 OS 
4,500 00 
3,919 98 
3,476 81 
2,200 00 
1,351 39 

227 18 
4,066 00 
3,128 77 

116 09 



4 58 


277 28 


545 50 


. 50 


3,000 09 


KiO 70 


$126,294 15 


5,099 23 


$131,393 43 



52 



Appropriations and Expenditures for the Current Year. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Interest 

Schools 

Evening Schools 

School Incidentals 

Incidentals 

SireetLights 

Highways 

Constiui'ting Child and Cleveland 8ts 

Building New Streets 

Land Damages 

Fire Department 

Support of Poor 

Police 

Salai'ies 

Public Library, current expenses 

Public Library, new books 

Sinking Fund ,-.. 

State and County Tax 



Appropriation. I Expenditure. | Unexpended 



$10,000 oc 
2-2,400 00 
11,1.93 74 
3,060 00 

6,000 m 

3,000 00 

.■i.SOO 00 

2,300 00 

650 00 

Hn 80 

4.500 00 

2-500 00 

3,500 00 

2,200 00 

n,8. 1 39 

404 78 

3,000 00 

7.193 77 



$7a,095 48 



*$10,000 00 




i>22,400 00 




611 fi2 


$481 92 


3,060 00 




6,000 00 




3,000 00 




Co, 500 00 




2,300 00 




632 30 


817 70 


335 08 


306 73 


4,500 00 




'2,380 19 


8119 81 


3,476 81 


623 19 


2,200 00 




l,3.il 39 




227 18 


177 60 


3,000 00 




7,1 SS 77 




$77,968 54 


$1,126 e4 



1 Including $493.74, balance trom last year. 

* Balance from last year. 

s Including $51.39, balance from last year. 

* Amouni of expenditure, less interest on Treasurer's bank balances. 

Amount of expenditure, leas amount paid from lacome Massachusetts School 

Fund. 
« Amount of expenditure, less cash refunded. 
' Amount of expenditure, less casli i-efunded and rents collected. 
8 Paid into Sinking Fund. 

TOWII DEBT, JAJTUART 31. 18S4. 

FlIN'DED LOAN. 
Home Savings Bank, Boston, 

seven per cent, interest, due February 28, 1884 $20,000 0» 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Funu) 

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

Commonwealth ot Massachusetts, 

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

South Boston Savings Bank, 

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

Thomas T. Wyman, 

fourpercent, interesi;, due July 1, 1891 10,000 00 

Sinking Fund, Cambridge Watei- VVorl^.«, 

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

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking FuTid) 

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

Chelsea .T^avings Bank, 

four percent, interest, due Xovember 1,1891 15,000 OO 

Arthur G. Tompkins, 

four per cent, interest, due November 1,1891 5,000 W 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) 

four per cent, interest, due February 1.1893 5,000 OO 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) 

four per cent, interest, dae August 1, 1893 10.000 OO 

$175,000 OO 
TEMPOHART LOAN. " 
Treasurer's Note, 

due October 31, 1884 5,000 00 

Total indebtedness $180,000 00 



HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Town Treasurer, 



?Ptde Park, February 1, 1&S4, 



TOWN OF HYDE TASK SIMIKG FUND. 



com:m:i«sioxer^' rkporx. 



Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1S83 $77,020 S5 

EECEIPXS, VIZ : 

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

From Town of Hyde Park, unexpended balance of appropriations 160 70 

Income from in^reetments 3,213 99 

$6,374 69 

Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1884 $83,395 54 

INVESTED, VIZ : 

5Jote, Town of Hyde Park, four and one-half per cent, interest, 

(Sated Xovember 1, 18S0, due November 1, 1890 §30,000 00 

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

dated August 1, 18Si, due August 1, 1891 20,000 00 

Note, Town ol Hyue Park, four percent, interest, 

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

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

dated AugU3t 1, 1882, due August 1, 1892 10,000 00 

Deposit with New England Trust Company, Boston 18,395 54 

HENRY GREW, 
WILLIAM J. StUART, 
HENRY BLASDALE, 

Commissioners. 
HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Treasurer Sinking Fund. 

HvDE Paek, February 1, 1884. 



AUDITORS' CEETIFICATE. 



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 cer- 
tify that the same are correct, and all payments accompanied 
by proper vouchers. 

G. FRED. GRIDLEY, 
WALLACE D. LOVELL, 
GEORGE W. CHAPxMAN, 

■Auditors, 



TOWiN" CLERK'S EEPORT. 



BIRTHS. 

Number of Births registered in Hyde Park in 18S3 190 

Males 102 

Females '' 88 

The parentage of the children is as follows : — 

Both parents American 87 

English (5 

Irish 22 

Swedes 1 

Germans 7 

Scotch 3 

of British Provinces 11 

Mixed — One parent Amei'ican 35 

Both parents of other nationalities. 18 

Born in January, 13 ; February, 12 ; March, 23 ; April, 13 ; May, 16 ; 
June, 17; July, 16; August, 20; September, 16; October, 18; November, 
li; December, 11; not returned, 1. 

MARRIAGES. 

Number of intentions of marriage issued in 1883 65 

Number of marriages registered in 1883 70 

Oldest Groom 73 Youngest Groom 17 

Bride 46 " Bride 17 

Both parties born in United States 36 

" " Ireland 3 

" " British Provinces 4 

" " other foreign countries 7 

Foreign and American 20 

Married in January, 8 ; February, 2 ; March, 5 ; April, 8 ; May, 6 ; 
June, 7; July, 4; August, 4; September, 5; October, 11; November, 3; 
December, 70. 



56 



The following are the names and residences of the parties 
whose marriages were solemnized in 1883, certificates of which 
have been filed in this office : — 



Date. 



Jan'y 1 



10 



" 15 

" 16 

" 21 

" 24 

" 25 

Feb'y 4 

*' 24 

Mar. 7 

(t It 

" 14 
•' 19 
" 22 
^pril 4 
"5 
" 11 
" 13 
" 19 



Names. 



Moses Jones, Jr 

Georgiana S. Morrison... 

Patrick O'Kourke 

Susan Duffy 

John P. Conroy 

Katie L. Leahy 

James R. Townsend.,... ■ 
Isabel E. McCormick.... 

Simon A. Yeno 

Julia T. Carrick 

William J.Hughes 

Annie A. Cnrley 

Manfred A. DeWitt 

EllaM. Whitiiian......... 

John H. McKenna....... 

Patience E. Bowen 

Martin Kenney. 

Bridget Scully 

Andrew A. Stafford 

Maiy E. Kead 

Charles H. Rauskolb 

Alice Serivens 

William W. Serivens 

Sadie J. Serivens 

Addison Morgan 

Fannie A. Morgan 

William Stead 

Augusta Monarch 

Micliael Hickey 

Catherine J. Kelley 

Charles H. Hayden. 

Sarah Halden 

Alexander McDonald.... 
Mary Mcitae 

Thomas E. Hutchins 

Mary E. Serivens. ..'..... 

Elmer W. Haskell 

Maggie J. Kichardson,... 

Samuel E. Ward 

Lillian E. Tyler ., 



Besidence. 



Brookline... 
Hyde Park. 



Milton. 



Hyde Park.. 
Readfield Me. 

Hyde Park.. 



Boston 

Hyde Park.. 
Marlboro... 

Hyde Park.. 

Boston 

Hyde Park.. 

II 

Dedham 

Hyde Park.. 

ii 

Medford 

Hyde Park.. 

Salem... 

Hyde Park.. 

Boston 

Hyde Park.. 

Medford 

Hyde Park.. 

Deer Isle, Me 
Hyde Park.. 

II 

Boulder. Col. 



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Ist 
1st 
1st 



2d 

1st 



2d 
Itt 



2d 
1st 



By whom Married. 



Rev. J. B. Davis. 
Rev. R.J.Barry. 
Rev. W. J. Powers. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. J. J. Chiltick. 
Rev. J. H. Barrows. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
II II 

Rev. Jesse Wagner. 



Rev. F.E. Tower. 
Henry B. Terry, Esq 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev.'A. H. Johnson. 
Rev. R. Donnelly 
Rev. Jesse Wagner. 



Rev.J. G. Reid. 



57 



Eegistry of Marriages in 1883 — (Continued.) 



Date. 


Names. 


Residence. 


^1 


By whom Married 


Apr. 25 


Alexander Clendenin 

Isadora C. Foster 


Hyde Park.. 


2d 

1st 


Rev. G. Easterbrook. 


•' 28 


Nicholas P. Kappler 


Boston 

Hyde Park.. 


•• 


Rev. R. J. Rarry. 


" 80 


David B. Barnes 

Jlary B. Williams 


Rev. Jesse Wagner. 


May 1 


Ira Morgan 

Elizabeth C. Jacobs 


11 
Boston 


3d 
2d 


Rev. H. L. Hastings 


" 2 




Hyde Park.. 


1st 


Rev. G. Eaaterbrook 




Camilla M. Howe ... 




" 2 


John H. Eccles 

Nettie Mercer 


Boston 

Hyde Park.. 


" 


Rev. Stephen Gushing 


" 16 


Thomas Ralph 

Sarah Walmsley 


■'. 


2d 


Rev. G. Easterbrook 


" 29 


Elijah W. Fish 


Leomister... 

Boston 

Hyde Park.. 


1st 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 


•' 29 


Finton A. Lawlor. 

Anna B. Coleman 


Rev. R. J. Barry. 


Jane 4 


William Proctor 

Elizabeth Robinson 


Pawtucket.R.I 


u 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 


" C 




Franklin .... 
Walpole. ... 


2d 


Rev. A. J. Rich. 




Ellen A. Bishop 




" 17 


Bartholomew B. Klvlin.. .. 
Sarah J. Young 


Hyde Park.. 


1st 


Rev. R. J.lBarry. 


" 28 




(1 


II 


K •( 




Mary A. Foley 




•' 28 


Francis J. Logan 

Agnes B. Thompson 


" 


" 


Rev. G. Easterbrook 


" 23 


Peter Whalley 

Bella Hart 


II 


II 


1. II 


" SO 




It 


II 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 




LilliaF. Hodgklns 




July 3 


Daniel J. Dwyer 


It 


2d 
1st 


Henry B. Terry, Esq. 


" 12 


Joseph M. Porter. 


Med Held. ... 
Walpole 

Hyde Park.. 




Rev. A. J. Rich. 


" 16 


John F. Elliott 

Margaret B. Howard 


2d 


Rev. P. B. Davis. 


" 24 




It 


1st 
'1 


Rev. Jesse Wagner 








Ang. 5 




;; 


" 


Rev. R. J. Barry. 


Catherine Broderick 



58 



Registky of Marriages in 1883 — (Continued.) 



Date. 



Au« 



sejit. 



Oct. 



Sov. 



Names. 



Frederick-B. White.... 
Frances E. Bennett.... 

Milton A.Kent 

Annie J, Kelly 

Daniel .r. Donohxie 

Uo3e Cannon 

Patrick Fielding. 

Minnie Turner .. 

Henry K. Chamberlain. 
Abbie L. Sanger 

Henry M. Phipps 

Georgiana I. Morrell... 

Charles L. Alden 

Bessie L.Wheeler 

George A. Mitchell 

Margaret W. Stockbnd 

Charles Elliott.. 

Hattie L. Clark 

Robert Guild 

Jennie McKee. 

William H.Blake 

Mary Frazer 

Frank Mclnness 

Annie C. Shultz 

David Clendenin, Jr.... 
Hattie M. Bou well 

Lewis B. Porter 

Ella J. Stocking 

Irving O. Mahr 

Mattie Wheeler 

John G. McDonald 

Nellie Flemming 

Frank E. Taylor 

Eliza A. Diirkee 

Marcel Ins W. Mitchell. 
Carrie C. Littlelield. .. 

Samuel Rafter 

Sarah Wetherbee 

James D. Hope 

Alice P. Blake 

Henry B. Miner 

Maud M.Clark 



Residence. 


L \ 6 


Boston 

Hyde Park.. 


1st 


Boston 


2d 


Hyde Park.. 


1st 


Taunton. ... 
Hyde Park.. 


tt 


Boston.... .. 

Hyde Park.. 


!! 



Boston 


" 


Hyde Park.. 




Milton 


(< 


Hyde Park.. 




<i 


2d 

1st 


Watertown.. 
Hyde Park.. 




Medway.. .. 
Hyde Park.. 




Canton 

Hyde Park.. 




Caroga, N.Y. 
Hyde Park.. 





Boston. 



By whom Married. 



Rev. A. E. Dunning. 
Rev. Jesse Wagner. 
Uev. R. J. Barry. 

it cc 

Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. Jesse Wagner. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 

Rev. O. P. Gifford. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. Jesse Wagner, 
Rev. D. H. Taylor. 
Uev. Henry Morgan, 
Rev. Jesse Wagner. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev. R. J. Barry. 
Rev. P. B. Davis, 
Rev. N. B. Jones, Jr. 
Rev. Jesse Wagner, 
Rev. E. W. Virgin, 
Rev. G. J. Prescott. 



59 ' 
Registry of Marriages in IS83.— (Continued.) 



Date. 



Nov. 2;) 
Doc. 4 
5 
12 
24 
24 
27 
27 



Names. 



George E. Stevens 
Aiiuie E. Pijjer... . 

Waterman R. Bun 
Ella A. Bra.ilord 



Stephen E. Morse. 
Abb:e A. Holt... 

Rupert Miller 

Annie VVlieeler — 



Thomas Foley. 
Mary Fox.. ... 



James Rafter 

Annie Cadwallatle 



Charles Leseur. 
Mary LS, Leseur. 



Lawrence A. Rooney. 
Frances M. Morrison 



Residence. 



L.ancaKter... 
Hyde Park.. 

Norwich, Ct. 
Hyde Park.. 

Wellesley.... 



Hyde Park. 
Dedham 



Hyde Park.. 



Montana 

Hyde Park. 



I -J 






2d 
1st 



2d 

1st 



2d 
1st 



Dy whom Marriek. 



Rev. J.T. Magraih. 
Rev. E. C. Bra.lford 
Rev.Thos. ft. Preble. 
Rev. W. F. Cheney. 
Rev. H. A. Barry. 
Rev. J. T. Magrath. 
Rev. P. B. Davis. 
Rev.H. A. Barry. 



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DEATHS. 

Number of deaths in Hyde Park in 1883 143 

Males 71 Females 72 

Born in the United States , 120 

*' Enjiland 5 

'' Ireland 11 

" British Provinces 6 

Italy... 1 



AGES. 

Stillborn 10 

.Under one year 20 

Between land 5 years 23 

5 and 10 years. 19 

10 and 20 years 14 

20 and 30 years. 9 

30 and 40 years 7 

40 and 50 years 6 

50 and 60 years 9 

60 and 70 years 13 

70 and 80 years 7 

80 and 90 years 4 

90 and 100 years 1 

112 years. 1 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



Accident 3 

Consumption, pneumonia or 
other lung diseases 34 

Cholera infantum, or other bow- 
el diseases 17 

Diphtheria 19 

Throat diseases (other than 
diphtheria.) 5 



Heart disease 3 

Scarlet fever 3 

Typhoid fever 2 

Paralysis and apoplexy 8 

Stillborn 10 

Old age 5 

Various other diseases 34 



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The following are the names of those who died in Hyde Park 
during the year 1883 : — 



Jan. 



Feb. 



27 

2S 

31 

1 

" 2 
" 4 
« 7 

H 

" 12 

" 11 

'• 20 

" 20 

" 23 

" 26 

" 28 

March 2 

«• 3 

■ " 8 

" 16 

18 

" 21 

21 

" 23 

" 27 

" 28 

" 29 

** 29 

April 2 

" 2 

5 

7 

'« 15 

" 22 

" 23 

" 26 

" 27 

27 

29 

3 

6 

« 21 

25 

" 25 

« 27 

29 

June 8 



May 



Caroline E. Stone 

William F. Sumner 

Henry H.Evans 

Mitria Welch 

Maggie Cough Ian 

George F. Tripp 

Ralph E. Alrh-ich 

Hattie F.Hill 

Florence Parker' 

James B.Vivian 

Willie S. B. Ryder 

Isabella J. Felch 

Kate Wallace.. , 

Harry B. Clarke 

Mabel Moore ...., 

Margaret F. McGowan, 

Annie M. Ewins , 

Elizabeth J. Pierce..... 

.Jeremiah J. Corbett 

Mehitable Hardy , 

Williaia Adams^ 

Catherine Lynch 

Gertrude O'Reilly , 

Ellen Mollergren 

Michael Rooney 

William S. Monroe..... 

.John J. Galvin 

John A. Redding , 

Henry C. Chamberlain 

David VV. Elliott 

Frank Downey 

Margarec A. VVallace.. 

Frank H. Sturgis 

Johanna Lane 

Aubrey C. Macbrien.. 
Bernard McGafflgan.. 

Connolly 

Eliza F. Badger 

Lottie L. ttokoe 

Louis Baessler 

Eliza H. Wright 

Abbea A. Currier 

Susan E. Sears 

Nancy H. Nichols 

Lucretia Packard... ... 

Lewis G. Whittemove. 

Nathaniel Hebard 

Foley 

N.Jennie Wallis 

Ann Healey 

Arthur R. Lufkiu 

Nellie Doherty 

Patrick Donohoe 

Caroline L. Belts 

Maggie Barritt 

Freddie W.Graham... 

Malachi Donlau 

John Quigley 

Mabel G. Stevens 

Gertrude A. Bean 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



T. M. D 



66 


ll 


53 


4 


67 





66 


7 


16 


11 


73 


4 


42 


11 


76 


— 


9 


— 


18 


4 


19 


2 


79 


3 


35 


9 


— 


1 


60 





24 





5 


11 


8 


2 



20 



Cancer. 

Bright's Disease. 
Pneumonia. 

Stillborn. g 

Paralysis. " 

Bronchitis, following Measlee. 
Congestion of, Lungs. 
Marasmus. 
Old Age. 
Measles, 

Scarlatina Typhosa. 
Measles. 
Phthisis. 
Pneumonia. 
Consumption- 
Gastritis. 
Chronic Hepatitis. 
Pneumonia. 
Measles. 

Chronic Cystitis. 
Old age. 
Measles. 
Pneumonia. 
Marasmus. 
Typhoid Fever. 
Pneumonia. 
Capillary Bronchitis. 
Bronchial Consumption. 
Aslhemia. 

Capillary Bronchitis. 
Chronic Pneumonia. 
Railroad Accident. 
Phthisis. 
Scarlet Fever. 
Endocarditis. 
Stillborn. 
Phthisis. 
Paralysis. 
Marasmus. 
Pneumonia. 



Typhoid Pneumonia. 

Congestion of Lungs. 

Pneumonia. 

Paralvsis. 

Stillborn. 

Phthisis Pulmonalis. 

Pneumonia. 

Diphtheria. 

Dysentery. 

Consuipplion. 

Paralysis. 

Nervous Prostration. 

Convulsions. 

Cancer. 

Consumption. 

Rheumatic Endocarditis. 

Diphtheria. 



G2 



Deaths— ( Continnech) 



DATE. 



June 20 



July 



Aug 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Kalpli W. Bean 

Pova J. Bean 

Fredeiick xVanl 

Geoi^re W. Clarke.... 

8te|)!ifti C ..nley 

Herbert J. Sandow... 
Cliailes Heydacker... 

Minnie :>andow 

George K. Bent 

James Wood 

Jennie Collins 

John Welch 

John O'Brien... 

I^illian KositlM 

James W'. Magtiire... 

Thomas llooney 

Agatha A. Lyoiis 

Helene J. Brooks 

Charl.irte C. Stowe... 

Thomas Mullen 

Joseph Maguire 

John J. McCorniack.. 

HatUe E. Frye 

Marj<aret Lenalian... 

Ciiaries A. Foster 

•lohn Duckworth 

Bridjret Lane 

Thomas Cobbelt..... 
Alfred D. Whipple .. 

Kivlan .. 

Jennie Paul 

Edward K. Lowell... 

Susan C. IJadger 

Richard J. Sullivan... 

Brostrnni 

Ellis W.Cray 

Lauraina Hamilton... 

Henry L. Brown 

Michael H.Cook. ... 

Dolly Lavens 

Edward E. Williams. 

Olive A-i. Browu 

Maitin O'Brien 

Jnlia A. Wiswall.. .. 
Harriet M. Barrows.. 
John W. Mahoney... 

Sanborn 

Sanborn 

Sanborn 

Elizabeth Fition 

Bridget Condon 

AdaF. White 

Loon H. Chandler.... 

Louis Brissc 

Mary Baslord 

Harriet F. Rich 

Edna A. Riuskolb... 
Margaret O'Mara.. . . 



AGES. 


Y. 


M. 


1). 


4 


?> 


6 


Vi 


\) 


.■i 


6 


10 


23 


8 


10 


8 


10 


8 





— 


3 


7 


8 


10 


26 


U 


7 





8 


n 


26 


V 


8 


18 


16 


11 


6 


!)() 






33 


_ 





1 


3 


10 


4 


a 


2 


bl 







1 


2 


7 


« 


4 


3 


t;« 




2 


14 


10 


20 


— 


10 


17 


— 


.') 


2 


— 


5 


14 


&i 







16 


3 


2! 


•ia 


10 


12 


68 






74 


9 


20 


— 


3 


8 


— 


2 


14 


1 


4 


13 


17 







— 


7 


2 


1 


9 


9 


1 


4 


6 


1 


3 





30 


4 


2 


86 






— 


4 


16 


1 


S 


11 


47 


i) 





5i) 


5 


23 


62 


8 


20 


1 


1 


18 


— 


— 


— 





__ 


_ 


3 


1 


— 


— 


3 


— 


3 





7 


7 


2 


9 


4'. 
51 


4 


1 


10 
2 


13 


31 


- 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Diphtheria. 



Consumption. 

Marasmus. 

Dl))htheria. 

Consumptiiin. 

Diplitheria. 

Drowned. 

Consumption. 

Heart Disease. 

nel)ility. 

Cholera Infantum. 

Diphtheria. 

Apoplexy. 

Cholera Infantum. 

Diphther a. 

Chronic Diarrhcea. 

Hydroceylinlus, 

Cholera Infantum. 



Cancer. 
Ac.cid«»nt. 
Consumiition. 
Dy8pei)Sia. 
Paralysis. 
Cholera Infantum. 
Stillborn. 
Cholera Infantum. 

Consumption. 
Cholera Infantum. 
Stillborn. 

Cholera Infantum. 
Pneumonia. 
Cholera Infantum. 
Bright's Disease. 
Old Age. 
Meningitis. 
Convulsions. 
Consumption. 
Heart Disease. 
Giistroente rites. 
Cholera Infantum. 
Stillborn. 



Meningitis, 

Cholera Infantum. 

Dysentery. 

Diphtheria. 

Convulsions. 

Consumption. 

Phthisis Pulmonalis. 

Marasmus. 

Consumption. 



63 



Deaths — (Continued.) 





NAMES. 


AGES. 


CAUSE OF DEATH. 




y. 


M. 

10 
4 
11 
11 

5 

8 
2 
(> 

7 

8 
7 
11 
8 

11 
11 
9 
6 
1 


D. 

8 
28 
24 
25 

17 
19 
6 
11 

15 

25 

25 

6 

4 
26 
12 

27 


Oct. 13 
" 24 
" ■ 24 
" 25 
'• 28 
" 30 

Nov. 1 


Kdwin L. Cliandler 

Clarence 15. Yeaton 

Lavinel YeaSoii 

Julia Driscoll 

Mary Dee 

Joseph .J. Howe 


9 

8 

4 

2 

(i3 

6i» 

85 

5 

73 

1 

112 

35 

23 

li 
81 

9 
19 
44 

7 
2 

(i7 

29 

1 


Dijihlheria. 

Scarlet Fever. 
General Debility. 
Paraplegia. 
Old Aire. 


" 3 




G 

6 

" 14 


Kdward Hay ward 

Margaret McCarty 


Paralysis. 

Convulsions. 

Old Age. 

Pnlraonary Hemorrhage. 

Consumption. 

Stillljorn. 

Croui)al Diphtheria. 

Prostration. 

Diplitiuriii. 

Heart Disease. 

Consumption. 


" 17 

24 

Dec. 3 

" 4 

13 

17 

" 20 

" 21 

" 23 


PllilUlnOl^a Para... 

Bernard McGovein 

Hamilton., 

Myrtle H. Tibbetts 

Klvira Potter 

Harry L. Besse 

Timothy Karney 

James Connoll 


" 25 
2H 
30 
30 


Ettiel B. Merrill 

Lewis A. Turtle 

Pat'-ick Curley 


Diphtheria, 

Tyi)hoid Fever. 
Ajioplexy. 


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



HENRY B. TERRY, Toim Clerk, 



THE TY/ELFTH ANNUAL REPORT 



OF THE 



HYDE PARK LIBRARY BOARD. 



When making up their last annual report, the Trustees 
noted the fact that the lease of the rooms then occupied 
would expire during the year, and doubt was expressed as 
to the course that would be open to them in providing for 
the natural growth of the Library, and the increasing num- 
ber of citizens making use of it, the rooms then occupied 
being already too small, with no possibility of extension. 

The doubt was solved by the erection of a new building 
in an equally central locality, by Mr. Jas. S. Conant of Bos- 
ton, and a lease has been taken of half the second story of 
the new block, for a period of five years, with the privilege 
of renewal for an additional five years at the same rate. 

Pijeparations for removal were made imn ediately on the 
expiration of the lease of the old quarters, but meanwhile 
rumors had gained currency afiecting the stability of the new 
building, and the Trustees, desiring to avoid any risk to the 
Library, discontinued further preparations until the opinion 
and suggestions of an eminent Boston architect had been ob- 
tained, and his recommendations adopted by the owner, 
when operations were renewed, and every effort was made 



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to put the Library in condition for use with the least pos- 
sible delay. Weeks of time, however, were unavoidably 
lost for the above reasons. 

The new rooms are convenient, light, high, easily acces- 
sible, and so much larger than those lately occupied, that 
provision can now be made for the probable growth of the 
Library and increase of readers for several years to come, 
while the current expenses will not be largely increased. 

The Library has been carefully and intelligent!}^ managed 
the past year by the librarian, Mrs. H. A. B. Thompson, 
assisted by Miss Mary Hawley for a small portion of the 
time, but with the larger use now being made of the Library 
it is evidently but the question of a little time when the ser- 
vices of a permanent assistant will be required to keep the 
Library up to the proper state of efficiency, if indeed that 
time has not already arrived. 

The Library now embraces about 7,500 volumes, all of 
which are accessible without cost to every citizen. 

All the principal magazines of the country, with other 
periodicals, including weekly, semi-weekly and daily news- 
papers, are to be found in the reading-room. 

Copies of the full and well-arranged catalogue can still be 
obtained free by any head of a family who does not possess 
one ; and a supplement, covering all accessions to the 
Library since the publication of the catalogue to the present 
time, is in the hands of the printer, and will be ready for 
free distribution at about the time this Report will be pub- 
lished. 

The number of books given out from February 1, 1883, 
to February 1, 1884, was 21,838. 

The number of new cards issued was 347. 

The amount received in fines was $43.80. 

About 240 volumes have been added to the Library by 
purchase. 



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33 volumes and 13 pamphlets Public Documents have 
been received. 

2 pamphlets from Mr. H. M, Cable. 

1 pamphlet from Mr. Sylvanus Cobb, Jr. 

1 pamphlet each from Wakefield, Dedham, Quincy and 
Providence. 

5 books and 2 pamphlets from Mr. W. D. Bidwell. 
For the Trustees, 

AMOS H. BRAIN ARD, 

(Jhairman. 



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BY-LAWS. 



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

NOTIFICATION OF TOWN MEETING. 

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

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING. 

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

RULES FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF TOWN MEETINGS, 

1. — Every meeting shall be opened with pi'ayer. 

2. — All questions submitted for the consideration of the town, in- 
volving the expenditure of money, shall be in writing, when so 
required by any 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 ^ 
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. 



70 

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 OF TOWN OFFICERS. 

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

COLLECTION OF TAXES, 

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

2. — All taxes which may be assessed, if paid on or before the first 
day of October next after the. assessment, shall bx3 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 oflicers or commit- 
tees entrusted with the expenditure of money, quarterly, and shall 
certify as to the correctness of the same fn 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. 



71 

0. — Before certifying to the collector's accounts, thc}' shall examin3 
his cash-book, showing the amounts collected from clay to clay, 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 oi the trustees of the public 
library, and tiie custodian of the town hall, are kept in a correct 
manner, and that all payments are accompanied with proper 
vouchers. 

REMOVAL 01<^ 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 lor 
v/hich the town may be liable or compelled to pay. 

3. — No i)erson 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 
violiites this by-law shall be subjec!: to the provisions of section 35 
of chapter 207 of the public statutes. Constables and police officers 
are instructed to enforce this by-law. 

0. — 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 
dischai-ge any gun or flre-arm, or make any bonfires or other tires, 
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 highwaj's, 
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, ;uid he or they shall keep one or more iighteA lanterns fixed to 
such railing or fence, or in some other way exposed every nignt from 
twilight in the evening through the whole night, so long 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. 

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 triiant 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. 



73 

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 unties. 

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 thereot, 
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 flnancial 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 rile of all town reports, reports of al] 
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 such 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. 



74 



CONVEYING. 

Whenever 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 brick, stone, or 
other fire-proof non-conducting material. All brick flues shall be 
smoothly plastered inside with mortar from top to bottom and outside 
below the roofing. 

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

All flues shall be topped out at least 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 air space and holes for 
ventilation or by a soap-stone ring, not less than three inches in 
thickness and extending through the partition. 



75 

The Board of Eiiffiaeers shall examine into all shops and 
other places where shavings or other corabastiWe material 
may be deposited or collected, and at all limes be vigilant 
in the removal Of the same, whenever, in the opinion of 
any majority of them, the same may be dangerous to the secm-ity 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 ail 
buildings in the town in which any steam engine shall be used, and of 
all buildings in the town in process of erection or alteration, and to 
make a record of such thereof as in their judgment may from any 
cause be dangerous, and report the same to the Selectmen fortliwith. 
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 r<'fiise or iiegleei 
so to do, the said Engineers shall cans*.; the ^^alne to Ixj remov- 
ed, altered or repaire 1 at the exoeast; of such owner, teuaut, or 
occupant. And any person who shall obstract 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 l)!iilJi;u' which has been 
partially destroyed by fire, shall be subject to the same restrictions 
■which are imposed by the foregoing By-iaws 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 UNDEIl THE BY-LAWS. 

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



76 



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, To^v7i Clerk. 



Norfolk, ss. Superior Court, December Term, to wit : January 
10, 1883. ' Approved by the Court. 

ERASTUS WORTHINGTON, Clerk. 



EESIDENT TAX-PAYEES. 



Per- Real tt«v,„-j 
sonal. Estate. Unpaid. 



Aborn, Henry T. 
Adams, Asa J. 
Adams, Charlotte H. 
Adler, Leonard 
Alderman, M. P. 
Alderman, Lncy A, 
Aldrich, K. C. . 
Aldrich. Ma<'ia B. 
Aldrich, P. W. 
Alden, C. L. & Co. 
Allen, Abbie F. 
Allen, Zenas 
Allen, Orville . 
Allen, C. F. 
Allen, Francis S. 
Anderson, Lydia 
Arentzen, Christiana 
Arey, Mrs. John W. 
Arnold, Isaiah F., heirs of 
Atkinson, Isabella 
Ayer, George, heirs of 

Bachelder, John B. 
Bachelder, Lizzie B. 
Bacon, Laura A. 
Badger, Susan C. 
Bailey, Annie E. 
Balcom D. O. 
Balkam S. B. . 
Balkam, S. B. & Co. 
Baptist Church Society 
Barker, James H. 
Barme, Charlotte 
Barrows, Harriett M. 
Barritt, William H. 
Barrett, Hannah 
Barry, Michael 
Barry, K. J. 
Bartlett, Elizabeth E. 
Bartlett, Hannah S., heirs of 
Bass, Arthur C. 
Bass, George W. 
Bass, Elizabeth 
Bachellor, Annie M, 
Bates, .J. C. 
Bates, Anna 
Bates, Emma M. 
Bates, H.N. 
Batho, William 
Bean, J. W. 
Beatey, John . 
Bennett, Alfred W. 
Bennett, John 
Bent, Catherine D. 
Benton, Charles O. 
Benson, Lena . 
Berry, Nathaniel F. 
Bickford, L. B. 
Bickmore, A. P. 
Bickmore, Elizabeth C 
Bidwell, L. B. . 
Bigelow, Fred C. 



$4 00 
16 00 



4 00 
26 40 



11 20 



145 60 



00 



32 00 



3 20 
12 80 



56 



45 73 



$3S 40 

35 20 

13 60 

56 00 
58 40 

33 00 

107 20 
52 00 
55 20 
187 20 
112 80 
46 40 

28 00 

36 80 
52 80 

34 40 
16 00 

93 87 
233 60 

41 6C 
147 20 

54 40 

43 20 
171 20 

27 20 
73 00 

29 60 
32 00 

29 60 

7 20 
20 80 
16 00 

28 80 

30 40 

76 00 
67 20 
20 00 
70 40 

31 20 
66 40 



22 40 

28 80 
86 40 
40 00 
72 00 
44 80 
32 80 
83 20 
4 80 
4 80 
86 40 
17 60 



$58 40 
4 00 
32 00 



147 20 
54 40 



29 60 
32 00 
29 60 



3120 



1 60 

56 SO 



45 36 
32 80 



17 60 



78 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



Per- Ue:i 1 
sonal. Estate. 



Blackmer, Han.iah H. 
Blake & Barnes 
Blase, Enoch E. 
Blake, Uuth S. 
Blasdale, Henry 
Bleakie, Robert 
Bleakie, Robert & Co. 
Bleakie, Robert, Trustee, 
Bleakie, Margaret F. 
Blodsett, Annie E. 
Bloom, Julius R. 
Bodwell, Mercy M. 
Bond, Jolm R. 
Bonnell, J. D. . 
Bonney, Susau 
Boyd, Francis 
Boyden, George E. 
Bo'ynton & Rogers 
Boynton, Francis 
Bowen, Patience 
Brackett, .John S. 
Bradley, Kate E, 
Brady, John 
Bragan, Thomas P. 
Bvagan, Sarah . 
Bragdon, Julia A. 
Brannon. Patrick 
Brainard, Amos H. 
Bramwell, W. C. 
Bridgman, Alfred F. 
Brigham,F. D. 
Brooks, .John L. 
Brooks Addle H. 
Brooks, Alfred L. 
Brown, I. J. 
Brown, B. J. 
Brown, James R. 
Brostrom, Andrew J 
Bryant W. C. 
Bryant, Helen . 
Bryant, NanoyA. 
Buchan, Thomas 
BuUard, William, heirs of 
Bullard, William A., heirs of 
Bull.ird, Isaac 
Bullard,. John N. 
Bunton, Henry S. 
Bunton, Henry S., Trustee 
Burger, Antoine 
Burke, John 
Burke, Thomas, 1st 
Burke, Thomas, 2d 
Burke, Patrick 
Burnett, Marshall 
Burns, Dennis 
Burns, Timothy 
Burns, D. D. 
Butler, Patrick 
Butler, Harriet P. W. 
Butler, George H., heirs of 
Bussey, Charlotte A 
Buzzell, Mattie G. 



$2 9Ci 

3 20 

S 00 
47cS 40 
im 40 

11 20 



1 20 



IS 00 
4 00 

56 



1 60 
3 CO 

87 20 

14 40 



2 40 
1 68 



Cable, Hobert M. 
Caduc, E. E. 
Caffin, F. H. 



C 



40 00 
56 



1 60 
1 fiO 



S 00 
28 00 



S91 20 
12 80 

101 60 

94 40 

1839 20 

112 00 
140 SO 
10 40 

36 80 
54 40 

17 60 
52 80 

44 00 
lOS 80 

45 60 
54 40 
41 60 

33 60 
23 20. 
38 40 

18 40 

34 40 
3 20 

20 80 
26 40 
140 80 
225 60 
66 40 

28 00 

43 20 

44 00 
648 80 

45 60 
20 80 
32 00 

8 00 
40 00 
22 40 

3 20 
401 60 

37 60 
49 60 
65 60 
62 40 

204 80 
32 80 

4 00 



9 60 


8 80 


36 80 


40 00 


10 40 


32 80 


63 20 


1 60 


40 00 


28 80 


182 40 


94 40 



Unpaid. 



79 



Resident Tay-Payers — (Continued.) 



Caldu-cll, J. A. 
CaMweil, Emily L. 
0!i!ler, Ellen A. 
U.iller, Frederick E. 
CHlier, Jocieiili 
Campbell, Ji>siaii, lieirs of 
Campbell, Asnes 
CMncannon, Patrick 
Cannon, Michael, Jr 
Ciubery, William 
Carberg, Frances G. 
Carltou, W. F . 
Carter, A. F. 
Cartel-, J. B. 
Carter & Churchill 
Carter, Charles li. 
Carter, Elizabeth B. 
Case, vr. J. 
Case, Samuel T. 
Cashman, Kllen F. 
Chadwick, J. H. 
ChauiberlaiD, Thomas 
Chandler, Edward J. 
Chandler, Emeline H 
Chapiu, Mrs. A. M. 
Chapin, Chas. M. 
Chapman, Lucy A. 
Cherrin^ton, R. B. 
Ciiesley, S. A. . 
Chick, C. G. 
Chipman, Benjamin 
Choate, W. P. . 
Christouher, J. K. & Co. 
Cilley, Jonathan L. 
Clapp, Henrietta L. 
ClarKe, Marcus, heirs of 
Clark, Mary, l.^^t. 
Clark, Mary, 2d 
Claik, Sabrina S. 
tJlarke, Joseph O. 
Clarke, L. C. . 
Clarke, Lois L. 
Clary, Mary 
Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr. 
Cochi'au, Mary J. 
Cochran, Adelaide L 
Coffln, Sarah A. 
Cogswell, Luella 
Coleman, E. J. 
Colby, C. H. 
Condon, James 
Congregational Society, 1st 
Conley, Michael 
Con ley, Michael, heirs of 
Conley, Bartholomew 
Conley, Stephen 
( Ionian, P. s. 
Conroy, Patrick 
Cook, IDmilv A. 
Cook, jHcob 
Cook, Saiaii C. 
Coopei-, Margaret, Trustee 
Corbeit, Ellen B. 
Corbett, Jeremiah 
Corbctt, John . 
Corcoran, Mary and Edward 



l^ir 
sonal. 



52 iO 



16 00 
32 CO 



40 00 
8 00 



1 20 



IG 56 

ti 00 



1 13 
32 00 



•1 60 

24 00 



8 00 
2 40 
56 
1 (JO 
6 40 



2 40 



2 16 



Ileal 
Estate. 



$86 40 
60 80 
52 00 

6 40 

18 4j 
17 60 
56 00 

n 40 

!/ 00 

2St 00 
•28 i)0 
■ZO 00 

30 40 

16 80 

1 60 

76 80 

27 20 
26 40 

44 00 

7 20 

44 00 
89 6J 

]45 60 

37 60 
40 00 

45 OU 

24 OU 

107 20 

25 60 

50 2J 

51 iJO 
24 80 

55 2.:) 
48 00 

4 80 
14 40 
24 80 
112 00 
33 60 
40 00 

86 40 

28 80 

05 60 
71 20 

48 00 

8 00 
22 40 

19 20 

38 40 

20 8U 
32 SO 
51 20 

17 60 

56 S'J 

39 20 

31 20 

i6 00 



Unpaid. 



$83 80 
no SO 



5) 00 
9 60 



28 00 
20 00 



37 60 
24 00 

36 32 

55 20 
14 40 

29 36 



32 80 
17 60 



39 20 
2 16 



80 



Resident Tax-Payeks — (Oontimced.) 



Corcoran, Mary, John, Edward and I'atr 

Corcoran, Jolin 

Corrigan, Bridget 

Corrigan, Thomas 

Corrigan, Rose 

Corson, Reuben 

Cottelle, Nathan T. 

Cottelle, Sophia W. . 

Cotter, John 

Cotter, James E. 

Coulihan, Charlotte A. 

Coven ey, Augusta E. 

Coveney, Mary 

Cowan, W. C. & Matilda 

Cox, Mary E. . 

Cox, John 

Crumett, Chas. H. 

Crumett, Lucy T. 

Grummet, Carrie F. 

Grumpier, Arthur 

Cunningham, Mary T. 

Gurley, Sabina 

Curtis, Jason L. 



Dadley, James . 
Damon, Roscoe 
Darling, Mary M. 
Davenport, C. B. 
Davis, Alonzo 
Davis, David L. 
Davis, Mrs. A. P. 
Davis, G. Howe 
Dean, Ellen C. 
Dee, Dennis, heirs of 
Dodge, Kirk W. 
Dolan, Patrick 
Dolati, Thomas 
Donahue, John 
Donlan, Malachi, heirs of 
Downes, Florence 
Downey, John 
Downey, Michael 
Downing, Alfred 
Downing, Belinda 
Downing, Elizabeth C 
Dowse, George S. 
Duggan, Dennis 
Dunn, John P. 
Dunn, William, Jr. 
Durell, James M. 
Dyer, Quincy 
Dyer, William and "V. F. 



Eastwood, A. J. and I. H. 
Edenburg, John 
Edwards, Lovey L. 
Edwards, Eleanora J. 
Edwards, Charles L. 
Ellis, J. D. 
Ellis, Hattie E. 
Emery, John P. 
Emery, Betsey 



ck 



Per- 
sonal. 


$8 66 


44 80 
4 00 
3 20 
8 00 

35 20 


9 60 
i SO 


1 30 


16 00 

8 20 

185 74 


8 00 


2 40 


80 
4 40 


2 16 


85 65 ' 
55 89 


32 00 
1 60 


8 00 


80 


4 00 



Real 
Estate. 



$22 40 
19 20 
26 40 
54 40 
12 80 
88 00 

60 00 



3 20 
36 00 
56 80 

3t> 80 
n 20 

188 00 
1 60 
36 80 
11 20 
27 20 
32 8;) 
49 60 



30 40 

29 60 
47 20 
14 40 

46 40 
150 40 
46 40 

u7 20 

27 20 

9 60 

30 40 
8 00 

54 40 
24 80 
18 40 

28 80 
128 80 

43 20 

50 40 
23 20 

8 80 
64 80 
84 00 

51 20 
57 60 



20 00 
32 00 
76 00 
73 60 

63 20 
37 60 
48 80 
34 40 



Unpaid. 



81 



Eesident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 





NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal- 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Eniiekinff, John J, ..... . 




$58 40 




Estes, G. F. . . 




, 






ia 40 




$2 40 


Eustis, Mnvia A. 




, 






1 13 


96 00 




Evans, Thomas C. 










53 01 


112 00 




Evans, S. Abbie 










8 00 






Everett, W. S. 










32 00 


84 80 




Evvins, Alexaudei' 












68 80 




P 








Faiibairn, ^Vm. U. . . 


2 40 


55 20 




Fairbaini, Draxana 
















35 20 




Fairbanks, Caroline N. 
















44 00 




Fall, Janies B. 














14 SO 




14 80 


Fallon, ondget 














56 


7 20 


7 76 


Fallon, I'etei- & Michae 


1 ! 












17 60 






Fallon, Peter 
















1& 40 




Farnsworth, C. L. 














41 60 


92 80 


134 40 


Faunce, Thomas B, 














16 00 


38 40 




Faunce, Josephine 
















22 40 




Fay, W. H. 
















48 00 




Feehan, Patrick 














1 60 






Feehan, Catherine 
















22 40 




Fellows, G. M. 
















54 40 




Fennell, ■\V.lliam 
















22 40 




Ftnnessy, Luke 
















4 80 




Fei-nalfl, George M. 
















. 28 80 


28 80 


Field, Thomas G. 
















13 60 




Fife, James 














2 80 


4 00 




Fife, Martraret 
















27 20 


27 20 


Fisher, Sophia 
















44 80 




Fisher, Andrew 














24 00 






Fisk, H. C. 














56 


84 00 




Fisk, Philena A. 
















20 80 




Fisk, Elvira A. 














2 16 


49 60 


16 76 


Fisk, Mary 
















48 00 




Fitton, Lucy B. 
















36 00 


36 00 


Flaherty, Roprer 














2 24 


8 80 




Foley, rionora . 
















28 00 




Foote, Charlottes. 
















53 60 




Forbes, John 
















28 80 




Forbush, \V.B. 














56 






Foss, C. D. 














1 


28 80 


28 00 


Foster, Alfred 














6 80 


102 40 




Foster, Sarah E. 
















80 00 




Foster, Alice G. 
















54 40 




Foster, Samuel A. 














1 60 






Fowle, Frances A. 
















33 60 




Fox, Catherine 
















6 40 




Fradenburg, Morris 
















20 00 




Frame, Annie M. 
















84 80 




Frarapton. Robert L. 














11 20 


61 60 




Freeman, Charles T. 
















32 00 




French, L. J. & Co., 














46 40 






French, Amanda JSI. 
















62 40 




French, Caroline A. 
















38 40 


38 40 


Frost, George W. 
















12 80 




Frost, Fannie M. 
















38 40 




Frye, Jane E. 
















40 00 




Prye, Amanda P. 
















19 20 




Gallagher. John, heirs of ..... 




27 20 




Gallagher, Daniel F. . 














3 20 




Gallagher, Blary A. 
















20 80 


20 80 


Galligan, Andrew 
















30 40 




Galligan, Matthew 














18 40 






Gardner, C. E. 














4 00 




4 00 



82 



■Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Ganlner, Rhoda R. ..... . 


$6 40 




$6 40 


Gately, Ellen .... 










$2.T 60 




Gay, Richard L. 


. 








40 40 




George, Hawley M. 










24 00 






Gerald, F. L. 










3 40 


65 60 




Giles, Henry, heirs of 












43 20 




Giles, Alfred E. 












16 00 


6-2 40 




Giles, Alfred K. 














232 00 




Giles, Mrs. Susannah 11. H. . 












29 41 






Gilligan, Mary 














28 SO 




Gilbon, W. W. 














33 CO 


33 60 


Gilson, .John 














49 60 




Gilson, Sarah 














4 80 


4 80 


Goodspeed, Mary M. . 












8 00 






Goodspeed, Mary M. , guard' 


m 










16 00 






Goodspeed, M. M. admx. 












,2 40 






Goodspeed, Ch.-irles F. 














101 60 




Goodwin, Emeline N. . 














41 60 


41 00 


Gordon, Mary D. 














36 00 




Gormley, William 












1 12 


11 20 


12 :!3 


Goss, Daniel J. 












3 76 


63 20 


66 06 


Goss, Eliza L. 














64 00 


64 OO 


Gould, H. H., heirs ol 














40 00 




Graham, Frank C, 












32 00 






Grant, Peter 












1 12 


28 SO 




Gray, 0. T. 












8 00 


84 80 


02 80 


Greeley, Sema C. 














57 60 


57 00 


Greeley, John H. 














43 40 




Greenwood, Frank 














6 40 




Greenwood, Phoebe H. 












17 92 


239 20 




Greenwood, Lucy S. . 














45 60 




Gregg, Clark C. 














40 80 




Grew Henry, 












58 80 


1576 00 




Grew, Henry S. 












480 00 






Gridley, Susan P. 














55 20 


,'55 20 


Grifian, Fanny M. 












43 20 


43 20 


H 

Habberly, Martha B. . • 




43 20 


18 20 


Halden,John 














79 20 




Halden, Mrs. S. C. 














4 80 




Hale, Alfred, heirs of . 














54 4i> 




Haley, Charles 












2 40 


440 80 


143 20 


Haley, Elizabeth A. . 














50 40 




Hall, Augusta 














174 40 


174 40 


Hall, Caleb 












2 40 


4 80 




Hauiblin, J. G. 














157 60 




Hamblin, Elizabeth H. 














20 80 




Hamblin, Benjamin L. 














. 126 40 


126 40 


Hanchett, George W. 














49 60 




Hanscom, George W. 












2 40 




2 40 


Hardy, Mary E. 














39 30 




Harlow, Philander 














60 80 




Harlow, Susan M. 














32 00 




Harmon, Benjamin 














24 80 


24 80 


Haskell, Gideon H. . 












3 40 


142 00 




Haskell, Maria 














38 40 




Hassam,RosaP. 












1 60 


52 00 




Hatch, Freeman 














41 60 




Hathaway, B. S. 














44 80 




Hatlinger, J. J. 














4 00 




Haven, George E. 














53 60 




Hawes, W. L. 














26 40 




Hawes, Emily R. 














30 40 


30 40 


Hayes, C. C. 














52 00 




Hayward, E. S. 


8 00 


124 80 





83 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Hay ward, A. F. 
Haseltine, Mrs. H. F. heirs of 
Hebard, Nathaniel, heirs of 
Hedge and Webster, 
Hersey, Francis D. 
Heustis, C. P. 
Heydecker, Louis 
Hickey, E, J. 
Hickey, Margery A. 
Higgins, David 
Higgins, Heni'y M. 
Higgins, Antoinette N 
Hill, JoseiJh 
Hill, Sarah J. 
Hill, Hamilton A. 
Hill.W. S. 
Hiller, Lucy E. 
Hilton, OrissaP. 
Hodges, J. F. 
Hodgkins, Anna M. 
Hodgkins Fitz 
Hodgkinson. John 
Hodsdon, David M. 
Holmes, C. P. 
Holmes, Mary 
Holt, C. F. 
Holtham, H. S. 
Holway, A. H. 
Holway, Emma A. 
Holzer, Ulrich 
Hood, Georgiana 
Hood, John 
Hoogs, William H. 
Hoogs, Hannah M. 
Hopkirk, Martha 
Horn, Ernest, heirs of 
Horn, Olive 
House, Nettie r. B. 
Hovey, Solomon 
Howard, Margaret B. 
Howard, Henry F. 
Howe, Annie 
Howe, Lucy M. 
Howes, H. J. 
Hudson, George 
Huggins, Charles E. 
Hughes, Mrs. Catherine 
Hughes, William J 
Hunt, Herbert E. 
Hurter, John C. 
Hurter, George C. 
Husted, R. W. 
Hutchinson, H. E., heirs of 
Hutchinson, Elizabeth H. 



Ingersoll, William H. 
Ingersoll, Geo. A. 
Ireland, Alice 



James, George 
Jaguith, Andrew 
Jeffrey, Frederick O. 
Jenkins, Eliza B. 
Johnston, John 



Per- 
sonal. 



$4 80 



1 60 



11 '.'0 
2 40 



1 12 



1 20 



17 60 



Real 

Estate. 



Unpaid. 



96 GO 



8 80 
10 40 

f. 40 
21 82 



00 



3 20 



1 12 



12 80 



$36 80 
89 60 
as 20 
25 60 
88 00 
•29 60 
31 20 

\U 40 
S'J 60 

182 40 
5 60 
51 20 
38 40 



35 20 
70 40 
119 20 
26 40 
3 20 
1(1 00 

3 20 
41 60 

16 00 
64 80 
44 •iyi 

39i; 80 
8!) CO 
44 80 

4 80 

40 00 
92 Oo 
49 60 
1-2 00 
i;) 20 
20 00 
49 tiO 
98 40 

41 60 

5 60 
1 60 

17 60 
40 00 
58 40 
St 40 
48 00 



S36 80 
9u 16 



88 00 



89 60 
5 60 



35 20 

26 40 



64 80 

(12 40 

324 40 



41 W 

20 80 
32 80 


98 40 


35 20 


36 80 
36 00 
48 80 
44 SO 



20 00 



56 80 
6 40 



20 bO 



98 40 



4S 80 



84 



Resident Tax-Payers— {Continued,.) 





Per- 


Real 




NAMES. 


sonal. 


Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Johnson, R. M. 


$16 00 


$37 20 




Jones, Antoinette C. . 














6 40 




Jordan, Hatt'e N. 














3i 00 


$33 00 


Jordan, James M. 














,S6 00 


36 00 


Joselyn, Addie M, 














45 CO 




Jonbert, D. Z, 














30 40 




Joubert, Mrs. F. A., . 














36 80 


36 SO 


Joyce, Jane 












56 


33 60 




K 








Kapler, Meinrad . . , . . 


56 


25 60 




Karnan, R. W, & Co., 












48 00 






Keith, Louisa . 














81 60 




Keith, James 












19 20 






Kelley, Archibald 














2 40 


2 40 


Kelley, Alary A. 














19 30 




Kendall, D. F. 














49 60 




Kendall, D.F, & Son 












32 00 






Kendall, E. A. 












19 30 


136 00 




Keene, Mary A. 














36 SO 


36 SO 


Kennedy, John 














7 20 




Kennedy, Michael 














8 OC 




Kenyon & Crabtree 












192 00 


96 00 




Keyes, Maria F. 














2 40 


2 40 


Kibler, Philenione 














46 40 




Kiggin, Michael 














120 80 




Kiggin, John 














19 20 




Kingston, Thomas 














4 00 


4 CO 


Knight, RhodaE. 














37 60 




Kubasch, H. C, W. . 














51 20 




Kuhn, Clara E. 














32 00 




Laing, R. J 


16 00 






Lake, Martha S. 












2 40 


51 20 




i,ally, Michael 














6 4U 




Lane, Edward .- 














25 60 




Lane, Marcus M. 














21 (iO 




Lane, Mrs. Ann 














30 40 




Lane, Charles E. 














46 40 




Lancaster, E. M. . 












6 40 


49 60 




Larsson, Peter . 














16 SK 




Laughlin, A. L., Mrs. 














91 2.) 


91 -20 


Lawrence, Catherine . 














38 40 




Leadbeater,Elizabeth N. 














4!) eo 




Lee, Bridget 














27 30 


27 3fi 


Lee, Michael 












56 




m 


Lenihan. Robert 














4 80 


4 80 


Leonard, Martin, heirs of 














19 30 




Leonard, Thomas F. . 












1 60 


233 GJ 




Leseur, B. P. 














80 00 




Leseur, Horatio 














164 80 




Leslie, Sylvester Z. 












34 00 






Leverett, J. VV. 














41 60 




Lewis, Mary C. . 














3i; 8U 




Lincoln, John C. 












56 




1 56 


Lindgren, Swan J. 










^ 


5(> 


19 20 


19 76 


Littlefieid, Nellie M. . 












9 60 




9 60 


Littlefleld, Ida C . ■* 














33 00 




Loomis, Mrs. Jane 












1 60 


94 40 




Lord, Mrs. Elizabeth L. 














19 20 




Lovell, Sarah A. 














45 60 


45 60 


Lucey, Misses E. & M. 












9 60 






Lyons, E.W. 












4 80 







85 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



M 



Macomber, Sarah Ann 
Maconiber, Angie H. 
Maguire, Martha 
Mahoney, Dennis 
Mahoney, Florence 
Mallalieu, G. W. and Ada L 
Mandell, Albert A. 
Manley,Mary E. 
Mann, Charles H. 
Marr Adaline M. 
Marr and Ward 
Mason, Abby F. 
Mathus, Frantz 
Mathewsou, Jerome 
Maynard, William M. 
McAvoy, J. D. 
McAvov. Mary E. 
McCarty, Peter 
McCarty, John 
McCormick, J. J. 
Mel>ermott, Joseph 
McDonald, David A. . 
McDonough, Margaret 
McDonough, John 
McDonough, Martin 
McDonough, Mary C. 
McGillicuddy, John, heirs of 
McGinley, Hugh 
McGowan, Thomas 
McKenna, Edward 
McKenna, J. H, 
McLelian, Peter 
McMahon, James 
McMahon, Mary 
JIcMaster, Bernard 
McMillan, Archibald 
McNabb, James 
McNally, Ann 
JlcXaaiara, John 
Meister, Gustavus A. , 
Methodist Church Society 
Milan, Patrick, heirs of 
Milan, Michael 
Millar, Alexander 
Miller, George H. 
Miller, Annie 
Miles, George 
Miner, Henry B. 
Mitchell, Waiter D. 
Mitchell, Sarah L. 
Monahan, W J. 
Mooar, J. F. 
JMorrill, Melville P. 
Morrison, Henry 
Morrison, E. R. 
IMorrison, Michael 
Morton, E. J. . 
Moseky, Samuel R- 
Mullen, Ellen A, 
Mulvey, Francis 
Mungin, Patrick 
Murray, Thomas 
Mui ray, John, heirs of 
Murray, Jennie L- 
Murrow, Eunice 



Per- 
sonal. 



$7 04 



1 (iO 



8 CO 
24 00 



1 20 

2 40 
58 



1 68 
3 20 

3 60 

1 li 

56 
1 60 

4 00 



27 34 
20 SO 



43 20 

4 00 



4 00 



56 

4 80 

32 00 

56 

1 76 



Real 
Estate. 



$40 00 
100 00 
16 00 
93 60 
14 40 
28 80 
24 (10 
28 00 

128 00 
3 20 
33 60 
33 60 
30 40 

64 80 
38 40 
32 80 



29 60 
6 40 

18 40 
44 80 

28 80 
16 80 

19 20 
11 20 
41 60 
27 20 

8 00 

9 60 
4 00 

16 00 



Unpaid. 



36 00 


32 00 


39 20 


16 00 


48 00 


6 40 


3 20 


83 20 


16 00 


121 60 


32 00 


68 SO 


3 20 


43 20 


57 HO 


25 60 


24 OJ 


7 20 


20 80 


9 60 


24 80 


23 20 ■ 


29 60 



S24 00 



30 16 



56 
16 80 



16 56 

36 00 

1 60 



16 00 
48 00 



3 76 



104 00 
16 00 



32 no 
3 20 

25 60 



11 38 

24 80 



86 



Resident Tax-Paters — (.Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Nay, John H. ...... . 


$5 36 






Neal, Marianna E. 














$45 6U 




Newell, Mary A. 














2 40 


$2 40 


Newton, R. D. . 












2 40- 


73 60 




Nichols, Nancy H., heirs ol . 














102 40 




Noble, Mark E. 












■25 60 


40 OU 




Nolan, J. F. 














4 00 




Norlin^?, G. G. 














28 SO 




Norling, Augusta W. 














43 20 




Norris, Wm. H. 














68 00 


68 00 


Norcon, Susan M. 














39 20 




Noyes, A. N., heirs of 














51 20 




Noyes, Mrs. M. H. 














76 80 




Noyes, Geo. W. 














20 80 


20 SO 


Noyes. Charles W. 












5 44 


56 00 




Niinn, William J. 














35 20 




O 

O'Brien, Martin ...... 


5 60 


123 20 




O'Brien, Daniel 












56 




56 


O'Connell, John 














S 20 




O'Keefe, Thomas 












3 92 


17 60 


21 58 


O'Neal, Arthur 














34 40 




O'Toole, Michael 












56 


8 80 




Oetter, Rudolph 












16 00 






Getter, Mary M. 














27 20 




Ollson, Martin 














27 20 




Orcutt, F. S. H. 














32 80 


32 30 


Orsburn, Arthur 














66 40 




P 

Page, Augustus A. ..... . 


28 48 


59 20 




Paine, Eiiward S. 














56 80 




Paine, Francis M. 












8 00 


41 60 


49 60 


Paine, Mary A. 














4 80 




Palmer, Charles E. 












2 40 






Partridge, Sewell 












1 1> 






Partridge, Misses C. A. & A 


C 












76 00 




Patch, Charles J 












3 76 


28 80 




Payson, J. W. 














75 20 


75 20 


Peabody & Co. 












51 20 






Peabody, E. S. . 












56 






Peabody, Mary D. 














14 40 




Peabody, Mary D. & Mary J 














302 40 




Peare, George H. 












2 40 






Peck, Mary Ann 














38 40 




Pierce, Ira C. . 














4U 00 


40 00 


Perkins, Louisa R. 














26 40 




Perkins, David 












4 00 


230 40 




Perkins, M;-iry B. 














33 60 




Perkins & Haley 














25 60 




Perry, Mrs. Ira 














52 80 




Phelps, Henry 














6 40 


6 40 


ITielps, Henry B. 














56 00 




Phillips, Benjamin E . 














2 40 


2 40 


Phipps, D. W. . 














80 00 




Pickett, Eliza D. 














35 20 




Pierce, Frank H. 














94 40 




Pierce, Elizabeth J. heirs oi" 














89 60 


89 60 


Pierce, Nathan H. 














56 00 




Pinkshon, Moses 












1 12 


12 80 




Piper, J. Ellery 












3 20 


96 Oii 




Piper, Abtiie F. 














38 40 


38 40 


Plummer, Isaac C. 














79 20 




Pollard, George, heirs of 














78 40 




Poole, William 














36 80 


: 



87 



Resident Tay-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Porter, Ira C. ...... 




$35 20 


$35 20 


Pothecary, Mrs. H. 














40 00 




Pothecary, Han-y 














80 




Putnam, S.C. 












$36 00 


86 40 




Putnam & Wordea, 












30 40 






Preble, Sophia R. 














64 00 




Price, William 














57 60 




Provonchee, Clara 














48 00 


48 00 


Prushan Rubber Co. . 












95 00 






d 








Quinn, Richard ...... 




28 00 


28 00 


R 

Radford, Benj. F 


40 00 


191 20 




Radford, J. Edw. 














4 80 




Raeder, Clara R. 














fi4 90 




Rand, David C. 














17 60 




Raynes, John J. 














22 40 


22 40 


Raynes, Martha A. 














35 20 


35 20 


Raynes, Elizabeth H . 














53 60 




Reardon, Ellen 














9 HO 




Reed, Edwin 














44 SO 




Regan, Mary 














6 40 




Reniick, Moses A. 












2 40 






Reynolds, S. H. 














48 00 




Rhodes, C. H. 














59 20 




Rich, Henry A. 














144 00 




Rich, Harriet F. 














8 00 




Rich, Frank B. 














60 80 




Rich, A. J. 














19 20 




Rich, A. Judson 














59 20 


19 30 


Rich, Harriet N. , 














18 40 


18 40 


Richardson, A. H. 














38 40 


38 40 


Richardson, George L. 














64 80 




Rice, George M. 














55 20 




Riley, Joseph 












56 


4 80 




Riley, J. and Bridget . 














12 SO 




Ripley, Edward F. 












20 80 


40 00 




Ripley, Roberta N. 














4 00 




Risk, Thomas H. 












2 40 


61 60 


64 00 


Ritchie, John 














19 20 




Roberts, Elizabeth 














62 40 




Roberts, Edward Jr. . 












3 20 






Robinson, Julia F. 














69 60 


69 60 


Robinson & Fairbanks 












64 00 






Rogers, Emma A. 














100 80 


100 SO 


Rogers, William, heirs of 














76 80 




Rogers, Annie L. 














58 40 




Rogers, Michael 












3 28 






Rogers, William N. 














32 00 




Rogers, Margaret 














32 80 




Roome. David B. 














4 80 


4 80 


Roome, Bridget E. 














30 40 


30 40 


Rooney, Patrick 












6 96 


5 60 


12 56 


Rooney, Catherine 














93 60 


93 60 


Rooney, Patrick J. 














20 00 


20 00 


Rooney, Mary 














1 60 




Rooney, Thomas , 












1 60 


26 40 




Rooney, Elizabeth 












1 12 


1 60 


1 60 


Rooney, Patrick M. 














6 40 




Rooney, Bridget 














6 40 


6 40 


Rooney, Lawrence A. 














19 20 


19 20 


Rooney, Marjr 














6 40 




Rosney, William 














12 80 




Ross, Jane M. . 












4-. 00 


44 00 




Roundy, S. R. 














9 60 





88 



Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Roundy.W. B. 




$28 00 




Rnnnells.L. A. 












$2 40 


38 40 




Russell, Clemens 














26 40 




Russell, Prudence W. 














44 80 


$44 80 


Ryan, Isaac L. 












20 80 


32 80 


73 60 


Ryder, Calvin 












16 00 


, 104 80 




Samuels, Sarah B. ..... . 




44 80 




San ford, weorge 












30 40 




Sanger, Sarah J. 










8 56 


52 00 




Saunders, William 










2 40 




2 40 


Savage, E. D. 










36 80 


4 00 




Savage, Mary E. 












42 40 




Savage, Mary 












3 20 




Saville, Grace R. 












40 SO 




Sawtelle, ftfary M. 












27 20 




Sawtelle, G. W. 












1 (iO 




Sawyer, E. W. 










' 




43 20 




Sawyer, Daniel 














34 40 




Sayer, William H. 














44 80 




Schel], Mrs. E. A. 












2 40 


109 60 




Schofleld, Hannah 














29 60 




Scott, Rooert 














108 80 




Scott, Robert, Jr. 












80 






Scott, N. W. 














28 80 




Scott, Jarius H. 














36 00 




Scott, John 












16 GO 


65 60 


81 60 


Scott, Mary 














9 60 




Scrivens, Joseph 












80 


16 00 


16 60 


Shaw, Mary 














29 60 




Shea, Edward . 














17 60 


17 60 


Shea, William . 














2 10 




Shea, Daniel 












1 60 


13 60 


15 20 


Shea, John S. . 














.32 80 




Sheedy, Daniel 












6 73 


6 40 




Sheehan,Mary . 














4 00 


4 00 


Sheehan, Bridget, heirs of 














11 20 




Sherman, Dexter 














29 60 




Sherman, Mary A. 














1 60 




Sherman, M. A. 












1 68 






Sibley, Charles W. 












3 20 




3 20 


Simmons, James 














43 20 




Simmons, John O. 














33 60 




Simmons, G. W. D. . 












9 60 




9 60 


Simmons. James, trustee 














34 40 


34 40 


Simonds, Abram 












2 40 






Simpson, A. & E. 












6 40 






SimptiOTi, Alfied 














19 20 




Sinclair, George B. 


t 












14 40 




Smith, John W. 












8 00 


14 40 




Smith, W. S. . 












40 00 






Smith, Maria E. 














40 00 


40 00 


Smith, Henry S. 












8 00 






Smith, Jane 














28 80 




Snow, Lavinia . 














36 00 




Somes, Henry I. 












80 




80 


Soule, Myra L. 














35 20 


35 20 


Sparrell, W. P. 












2 80 


68 80 




Stack, John 


, 












19 20 




Stanley, Richard 












' 4 08 




4 08 


Stanley, Miss M. A. . 












9 60 




9 60 


Stark, Henry C. 












10 40 






Stark, Mary 














64 00 


64 00 


Stevens, Mary M. 














34 40 


84 00 


Stevens, J. N^ 












4 80 


44 00 




Steward, Joseph 














17 60 





89 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



Stookford, H. J. 

Stockinc, George L. 

StooUbridge, Mrs. M. W. 

Stokoe, Robert H. 

Stone, W. P. 

Stone, Edward 

Stone, Henry A. 

Stuart, VVilli.Tra J. 

Stuart, Wni. J and Elizabeth G. 

Sulllivan, Frank E. 

Sumner, Sally R. 

Sumner, VVni. F.. heirs of 

Sumner, Henrietta C. 

Swallow, Adeline E. 

Swan Strom, A. 

Sweeney, Patrick 

Sweeney, Thimas W'. 

Swett, L. C, Jr. 

Swilt, T. P., lieirs of 

Swift, E. M. 

Swinton, William 

Sykes, Joseph, heirs of 

Sykes, Louisa M. 



T 
Tacy, George 
Tarrant, Mary A. 
Tasker, T.J. . 
Tasker, E. B. and Pr'escott 
Taylor, P. H., heirs of 
Taylor, Daniel T. 
Terry, John 
Terry, Henry B. 
Terry, Henry B. and Abbio A 
Terry, Abbie A. 
Tewksbury, F. W. 
Thayer, George D. 
Thompson, Mrs. H. A. B 
Thulan, Hans 
Tibbett. Mark 
Tibbetts, Ella D. 
Tilden, Edwin 
Tilden, Annie E. 
Tilley, C. M. . . 

Timson, Herbert C. & Minnie 
Timson, Susan C. 
Timson Susan C. and Foster 
Timpany, Ri(;hard, heirs of 
Tirrell , Frederick IS . . 
Tirrell, Martlia 0. 
TooUer, William H. . 
Tower, Clement B. 
Towusend & Hammer 
Townsend. & Kelley 
Townsend, G. M. 
Trainer, Elizabeth 
Tripp, Emilv A. 
Tucker, C. H. 
Tucker, Sarah E. 
Tuckerman, John H. 
Trotter James M. 
Tui'e, John A. 
Tuttle, Anna M. 
Twichell, John M. 
Twichell, Elizabeth M 
Tyler, Caroline O. 
Tyler, Benj. F. 



Per- Real TTnniirl 

sonal. Estate. Unpaid. 



$10 40 
34 40 

7 60 



2 40 

60 



11 20 



1 60 
3 76 



38 40 



20 GO 

2 40 



1 60 
1 12 
4 00 



16 00 



$3u 20 
62 40 
4G 40 
20 80 
75 20 

28 80 
4 80 
86 00 
2:i 20 
368 00 
41 60 
59 20 
45 60 
32 00 
23 20 
27 20 

68 80 

30 40 
93 60 
37 6i» 



44 
38 
51 
112 
67 
17 
52 
41 
38 
32 
19 
IH 
30 
43 
4 
37 
44 
68 
14 
24 
33 
24 

45 
18 
16 
6 
20 
58 
73 
49 
30 
25 

68 
57 

38 



$35 20 



46 40 
20 SO 



59 20 
45 60 



93 60 
37 60 



40 80 



32 80 



18 40 



43 20 



69 92 



90 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real. 
E^!tate. 


Unpaid. 


u 








Underbill, Merrill ...... 


$3 20 


S43 20 




Upham, Mary ....... 




37 60 


S37 60 


V 








Vannees, Peter F. ..... . 




2 40 


2 40 


Vaushan, C.P. 












25 60 




25 60 


Videto. Rebecca H. 














SO 30 


80 SO 


Videto, X.C. 












2 40 




2 40 


Vivian, Roxanna 














46 40 




Vivian, Ann 














28 80 


28 80 


Vose, B. C. . . 












4 00 


209 60 




Vose, Sarah M. & Mary E. . 














81 60 




Vose, Mary A. B. 












» 


.'>2 00 




Vose, Mary E. 












48 00 




Vose, Sarah M. 












29 60 




•\v 








Waldeu, Nathan 




18 40 




Wallace, Thomas 












56 




53 


Wallace, Richard 














19 20 




Walmsley, Harriett N. 














20 80 


SO SO 


Walmslev, CiiarlesE. 














44 81) 


44 80 


Walter, Louisa T. 












4 00 


99 20 




Ward, Waldo F. 












67 -iO 


249 60 




Ward Brothers, 












6 40 






Warren, Daniel, heirs of 














59 20 


53 20 


Wairen, Mrs. Mary E. 












30 4.') 






Washburn, EUza G. . 














128 00 




Washburn, Andrew 












25 GO 


50 40 




Waters, Maria A. 












3 40 


]« 20 




Webster, Amos 














192 SO 


192 80 


Webster, Fannie P. . 














70 40 




Weimer, Mary Ann 












56 


14 40 




Weisbrod, Annie E. 












11 20 


4:^ 20 


64 40 


Welch, Michael 












56 


32 00 




Weld, Theodore D. 














ISO 80 




Wescott, Edward, heirs of 














9 60 




Weseott, Catherine L. 














52 80 




White, William A. 












58 




56 


White, Ann 














IS 40 




White, Georgianna E. . 














36 80 


36 SO 


White, J. D. 












3 20 


33 60 




White, Joseph H. 














40 80 




Whicher, Xancy 














70 40 




Whicher, Martin L., heirs of 














318 40 




Whitney, Martha A. . 














42 40 


42 40 


Whitney, A. H. 














36 80 




Wiggin, George T. 














1 60 




Wiggin, Mary E. 














34 40 




Wigley, John 














32 00 




Wilder. Joshua 














58 Oi> 




Willard, Henry L. 












1 60 


41 60 


4;^ 20 


Williams, Amanda 












S 00 




8 00 


Williams, Mary M. 














24 00 




Williams, Phcebe A; . 














18 40 




Williams, Rinaldo 












2 40 


72 00 


74 40 


Willett, Elisabeth T. . 












27 76 


97 60 




Willett, Joseph 












53 44 


20 40 





91 



Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
EstJite. 


Unpaid. 


Willett, Mary A. 




48 80 




Wilson, John 












1 60 




$1 60 


Wilson, Johanna O. . 














20 80 




Wiswall, Julia A. 














14 40 


14 40 


Withington, Georjje 














3.") 20 




Wood, Joseph 














35 20 




Wood, E. Frank, heirs of 














80 00 




Wood, Lydia VV. 














90 20 




Wood, William A. 












4S 00 






Wood, Rachael P. 














9 60 


9 60 


Woodward, Reuben T. 














19 20 




Wright, Richard 












3 20 


98 40 




Wright, Eliza fl. 














33 60 


33 60 


Wright, Charles H. 














46 -JO 


46 40 


Wyman, Ferdinand A. 


• 






16 00 






Y. 








Teaton, Charles H. . 

Z. 
Zimmermann, Carl ...... 




as 20 






57 60 


57 60 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYEES. 



NAMES. 


KESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


A 

Abington Savings Bank . 


Abington . 




$22 40 




Acroyd, Hai'riett . 


New York 




60 80 




Aldrich, Charles A. 


Boston . 




4 00 




Alden, George A. & Co. . 


Boston . 




56 00 




Allen, Granville C. 


Unknown 




19 2C 


$19 20 


American Tool and Machine Co. 


Boston 


$859 20 


784 00 




Arnold, Sarah H., heirs of 


Boston 




83 60 




Austin, A. W. 


Milton 




33 60 




Ayer, Ezra C. . . . 


Unionville, Conn. 




49 60 




B 

Badger, Mrs. M. A. 


Maiden 




1 60 




Badger, Mary C. . . . 


Boston 




24 80 




Bailey, A. H. 


Somerville 




1 HO 




Baker, Michael A. 


South Dartmouth 




7 20 




Baker, Alice T. . 


Boston 




18 40 




Baldwin, Amelia . 


Boston 




40 00 




Baldwin"& Rich . 


Boston 




16 00 




Baldwin & Webster 


Boston 




270 00 


270 00 


Bancroit, George, heirs of 


Boston 




80 00 




Barnes, Ward & Co. 


Boston 




1 60 




Barnard, Henry . 


South Ware, Me. 




Jl 60 




Barnwell, John 


Valley Falls, R. I. 




3 20 




Barllett, Elkenah, heirs of 


Plymouth 




19 20 




Barton, Hannah . 


Boston 




16 00 




Barr, Elena S. . . . 


Lawrence 




43 20 




Barrows, EoswellS 


Jamaica Plain . 




38 40 




Bean, Aaron H. . 


Roxbury 




27 20 




Bell, John 


Dedham 




3 20 




Bemis, Sarah C. 


Brockton 




44 SO 




Binney,piatthew 


Boston 




72 00 




Bishop, Jane 


Boston 




12 00 




Black, George N., trustee 


Boston 




112 00 




Blanchard, Elizabeth H. heivs . 


Carabridgepoit. 




104 80 




Boston & Providence E. R. Co. 


Boston 




665 60 


665 60 


Bosworth, Jennie B. 


Saco, Me. 




16 00 




Boyd, Samuel 


Booth Bay, Me. 




2 40 




Boyden, Mary D. 


Billerica 




28 00 


28 00 


Boyle, Nellie D. . 


Boston 




28 00 




Brackett, 8. E., trustee . 


Boston 




32 00 




Brackett, F. B. heirs 


Boston 




3 20 




Bradburv, Samuel A. 


Celveland, 0. . 




289 60 




Bradlee, Henry E. 


Sharon . 




1 60 




Bradlee, J. Walter 


Milton 




63 20 




Brainard Milling Machine Co. 


Boston 


336 00 


162 40 




Branucn, James . 


Boston 




12 80 




Brgwer, E. J. 


Charlestown 




22 40 




Brewer, Cyrus 


Boston 




33 60 




Briggs, Elbridge G. 


So. Boston 




29 60 




Broadbeck, Annie C. 


Boston . 




3 20 


3 20 


Brooks, Mrs. S. C. 


Boston . 




20 §0 




Brooks & Converse 


Boston 




32 80 




Brown, John A. . 


Lowell . 




IS 40 




Brown, B. F. 


Charlestown . 




11 20 




Brown, James W. 


Boston , 




25 60 




Brown, Charles 


Boston . 




88 00 




Brown, Joseph D. 


\V'lnteiport, Me. 




12 80 





94 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — (Continued.) 



Br >wn, M.ivy E. 
Bi-yant, Edwai-d 
Buck, J. W. 
Burgess, Avis 
Burns, G. W. 
Builer, Fauny S. 



Campbell, C. M. . 
Capen, Edwin N. . 
Capen,E.W. 
Carlton, Hiram 
Carpenter, E. B. . 
Carr, A. W. 
Carr, J. E. 
Gary, Harrison 
Case, Samuel O. 
Cass, Francis W. 
Caulfleld, Bridget . 
Chamberlain, Charles E 
Chamberlain, H. C, heirs of 
Chase, Francis A. 
Churchill, C. C. 
Churchill, C.S. 
Churchill, J. R. 
Citizens' Mutual Ins. Co. 
Clapp, Elizabeth, heirs of 
Clapp, R. Dexter . 
Clark, Albee d trustee 
Clai k, Henry 
Clark, William B. 
Claxton, Sarah E. L. 
Cobb, Mary Jane . 
Cochran, Samuel Q., est, tr. 
Cod man, Henry, heirs of 
Coffin, C. H. 
Colburn, Allen 
Colburn, Howard 
Colburn, James 
Colby, J. F. 
Cole, Mary Ann 
Coleman, Endicott & Stone 
Coleman, George W. 
Coleman, Lewis 
Como, Franklin 
Conant, J. S. 
Connoly, Martin J. 
Connolly, Elizabeth 
Connor, Mary C. . 
Connell, John 
Connell, Patrick . 
Converse, B. B. 
Conway, Hiram 
Coolidge, Mary 
Corcoran, W. J., trustee 
Con-igan, Ellen 
Costello, W. C. 
Corthell, James B. 
Cromb, George W., Jr. 
Crowell, Edmund . 
Crowell, Albert 
Cunane, William . 
Cushing, Ladd & Cushing 
Cutter, Harriet E. 



KESIDEXCE. 



H. 



Pittslield 
Boston . 
Unknown 
Bedford . 
Bennington 
Boston . 



Boston . 
Unknown 
Milton . 
E. Sandwich 
Providence, R. 
Dighton 
Portsmouth, K. 
Boston . 
Runitord, R. I. 
Hoslindale 
Jamaica Plain 
Koxbury 
Marlboro' 
Roxbury 
Uedham . 
Dedham . 
Dorchester 
Boston . 
Dorchester 
Dorchester 
Boston . 
Dorchester 
Westboro 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Dorchester 
Newbury port 
Dedham . 
Dedham . 
Dedham 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Dedham . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Weymouth Br.N.S. 
Boston . 
Roxbury 
Boston . 
Roxbury 
Bos'ou . 
So. Boston 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Watertown 
So. Boston 
Unknown 
Pullman, 111. 
Boston . 
Aledtord 
Boston . 
Boston . 
So. Groveland 
Boston . 
Jaffrey, N..H. 



Per- 
sonal 



Real 
Estate. 



S.W 40 
6 40 

107 20 
3 20 

KiO 00 
2 40 



19 20 

80 

9 60 

143 20 

4 00 
40 00 

5 60 
(i 40 
4 SO 

32 00 
2 40 
;i5 20 
57 60 
40 40 
85 60 
19 20 
^0 oO 

35 20 
,^) 60 
4 UO 

7 20 

2 80 
47 20 

9 (iO 

40 00 

41 60 

3 20 
141 60 

55 20 

19 20 
28 SO 
24 00 

1 60 
1 60 
72 O'l 

20 80 

4 00 
210 40 

80 

54 40 

4 00 

4 00 

3 20 

36 40 
1 60 

24 00 

8 80 

4 00 

3 20 

4 80 
41 60 
51 20 
11 20 

(5 40 
4 00 
15 20 



Unpaid. 



$107 20 



80 

143 20 

40 00 

G 40 

35 20 



5 60 

7 ;o 



9 60 
40 00 



131 20 

28 SO 
1 60 

210 40 

54 40 

4 00 



8 80 
4 00 



4 80 



95 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continned.) 



D 

Dalton,John 
Dana, Joshua G. 
Davis, Enoch P. 
Davis, Amanda A. 
Davis, Sarah J. 
Davis, F. S. . 
Davis, George H. . 
Deaue, Frank N. . 
Dean, Henry M. 
Dean, Helen M. 
Declham & H. P. Gas Co. 
DeEntremont, Matilda A. 
Dennis, Ellen 
Denny, John W. . 
Dickermnn, Annie H. 
Dill, T. K. . 
Dodge, Louisa A. . 
Doe, Edgar J. 
Donahue, Patrick . 
Dorchester, Second Church 
Dorr, Mary E. 
Dovvnes, W. E. » 
Dows, Amos VV. . 
Doyle, Austacia 
Dunlap, Martin 
Dutton, Julia M. . 



Eastman, George A 
Eastman, J. S. 
Eastman, John B. 
Esterbrook, RiUus 
Eaton, Wm. S. 
Eddy, Daniel C. 
Eldridge, Daniel 
Ellis, John 
Ellison, William P 
Ely, F.D. trustee 
Emmons, Mary B 
Evans, Perley V. 



RESIDENCE. 



administrator 



F 

Fabyan, AbbieN. 
Fabyan, Sarah A. 
Fairbanks, J. A. . 
Fairbanks, John R. 
Farrar, J. H. 
Farrington, W. S. . 
Parriugton, Mary and Eliza 
Farwell, James E. 
Faxon, H. H. 
Fellows, Martha T. 
Ferry, E. B., heirs 
Ferry, Rhoda 
Field, James B, 
Fisher, George A. trustee 
Fisher, Clarissa C. 
Fisk, Samuel C. 
Fisk, Clark &Trow g': . 
™ ?, S. S. . . . 



I. 



.H 



Fvamingham 
Boston . 
Boston. 
Boston , 
BdSton . 
Boston . 
Haverhill 
Randolph 
Hingham 
Hingham 
Dedham . 
Boston . 
Jamaica Plains 
Milton . 
Somerviile 
Brighton 
Boston . 
Providence, R. 
Boston . 
Dorchester 
Boston . 
Francestown, N 
Lowell 
Maiden . 
Boston . 
Boston . 



Boston , 
Boston . 
Nashua, N. H. 
Auburndale 
Boston . 
Brooklyn, N. ^ 
W. Roxbury 
Medfield 
Newton . 
Dedham . 
Dedham 



Boston . 
Boston . 
Melrose . 
Boston . 
Jamaica Plains. 
Waltham. 
Dedham . 
Boston . 
QiiincY 
Bostoii . 
Milton . 
Milton . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
East Bridgewater 
Boston , 
Medfield . 
Littleton 



Per- 
sonal 



$133 00 



Real 

Est-ite. 



68 14 



$3 20 
G-2 40 

1 ()0 

SO 

32 00 

4 80 

34 40 
i 40 

38 40 

1 60 

35 20 

32 80 

19 20 

88 40 

4 80 

35 -0 

54 id 

6 40 

(i SO 

19 lO 

17 KO 

50 40 

27 20 

2 40 
32 00 



38 40 


46 40 


4 00 


8 80 


36 00 


3 20 


12 80 


22 40 


4 00 


no 40 


4 00 


4 00 


48 80 


OS 00 


3 20 


CO 00 


52 80 


104 80 



Unpaid. 



$35 20 
54 40 



4 80 


1 60 


33 10 




104 00 




12 80 


12 80 


64 00 




72 00 




3 20 




98 40 


98 40 


8 80 




20 SO 




126 40 


126 40 



4 00 



48 80 



60 00 



96 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



'ti 

NAMES. 


EESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 

Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Flint, Charles L. . 


Boston . 




$65 60 




Flint, Francis 






Cambridge 




■26 40 




Fogg, W.J. G. 






So. Boston 




4H 40 




Ford, James 






Los Angelos, Cal. 




47 20 




Foster, George E. ,lieirp o 


f 




Boston . 




:;-2 00 


$8 00 


Foster, James 






Doi Chester 




33 00 




Foster, Andrew 






Unknown 




23 20 


23 20 


Fowle, George W. 






Jamaica Plain . 




52 80 




Foxboro Savings Bank . 






Foxboro' 




3> 20 




Foye, Ada A. 






Boston . 




7 20 




Gilf s, Orville, heirs of . 


Weymouth 




32 00 




Giles, Delphina 






Indian Orchard 




4 8^< 




Gill, Domihick 






Boston . 




1 61) 




Gillingham, Albert 






Boston . 






9 60 




Gilman, Helen L. 






Boston . 






60 80 


60 80 


Gilmartin, Patrick 






UnUno A'n 






8 00 


S 00 


Gleason, J. B. 






Lexington 






.S4 40 




Glover & VVillcorab 






Boston . 




$222 40 


382 40 




GoodnovT, Daniel Jr. 






Boston . 






1 60 




Gooch, JohnB. 






Boston . 






24 00 




Gould, Simon 






East Walpole 






9 CO , 




Graham, Matthev,^ h. 






Boston . 






•51 00 




Gray, Thomas H. 






Walpole 




96 00 


110 40 




Greeley, John D. 






Boston . 






25 60 




Green, Reuben . ^ 






Roxbury 






41 60 




Greenhood, Morris 






Dedham . 






60 




Greenhood, Abrani 






Dedhain . 






80 




Greenhood, Mary . 






Deri Hani . 






28 00 




Gunn, John and Sarah 






W^hitingsville 






4 SO 




Gunnison, W. S. . 






Boston . 




12 80 


35 20 


35 20 


Gurney, A. P. 






Boston . 






45 60 




Gurney, Silas 


Boston . 






8 OU 




H 

Hail, George, heirs of 


Warren, K.I. . 




625 60 




Hale, Sarah F. 






Brockton 




56 80 




Hale, Mary E. 






New ion . 




4 80 


4 80 


Hall, Eliza M. 






Milton . 




8 00 




Hall, Mary E. 






Unknown 




17 60 




Halderman, Cyrus S. 






Boston . 




6 40 




Ham,Josenh 






Roxbury 




10 40 




Hammoml, James B. 






New York, N. Y. 




38 40 


38 40 


Hapgood, S. H. 






Boston . 




3 20 




Hardy, Elizabeth . 






New Hampshire 




3 20 


3 20 


Hardy, B. H., trustee 






New Hampshire 




81 60 


81 60 


Harmon, J. W, 






Boston . 




80 




Harrinden, E. G. . 






South Boston . 




8 00 


8 00 


Hartwell, Wm. H. 






East Cambridge 




11 20 




Hartwell & Jelts . 






East Cambridge 




48 CO 




Haskell, Sylvpnus G. 






Deer Island, 




32 00 




Haven, Mary L. . 






Boston . 






84 80 




Hay den, Hannah R. 






Dedham . 






97 60 


28 80 


Haynes, C. O, 






Dedham . 




" 


80 




Hay ward, Henry . 






Boston . 






80 


80 


Henderson, Mary . 






Amesbury 






8 00 




Henderson, Walter 










4 00 




Hill, E. R. . 








8 00 


4 80 


12 80 


Hodge, Mary L. 






Roxbui-y 




46 40 


46 40 


Hodges, Samuel . 






Boston , 




3 20 


3 20 


Hodgkins, Lnther D. 






Unknown 




8 00 


8 00 


Holland, W. A. . 






Dorchester 






5 CO 





97 



Non-Resident Tax-Payehs — {Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


HollinfTSWorth, Z. T. 


Milton . 




$307 20 




Hollis, Elizabeth H. 


Boston . 




32 80 




Iloldsvvoitli, Squice 


No. Cambridge . 




36 00 


$36 00 


Holdswortli, Sarah H. . 


No. Cambridge . 




64 80 


64 80 


Hoklen, Louisa B. 


Charlestown . 




44 80 




Holway, James O. 


E. Boston 




52 00 




Holmes, Francis E. 


Boston . 




28 00 




Homer, Sarah J. . 


Unknown 




3 20 


3 20 


Hood, Hermone 


Lynn 




19 20 




Howes, Solomon . 


Cambridge 




75 20 




Hoxie, Timothy W. heirs 


Boston . 




129 60 




Hoy, Bridget 


Dedham . 




22 40 


22 40 


Hoyt Elizabeth G. 


Chelsea 




12 80 




Hunt, Lucieii 


Gorham, Me. . 




8 00 




Hunt, Rebecca T. 


Melrose . 




41 60 




Hurd, W. J. ... 


Boston . 




40 00 




Hasted, J. B. . . 
J 

Jaclison. Robert . 


Watertown 




54 40 


54 40 


Boston . 




80 


80 


Jackson, Caroline 


Dorchester 




13 60 




Jenney, Mary F. . 


South Boston . 




1 60 




Johnson, Edward A. 


Boston . 




94 40 




Jones, Edward J. 


Boston . 




6 40 




Jones, Paine M. U. 


Kingston 




2 40 




Jones, Sophia V. . 


Boston . 




1 GO 


1 60 


Jordan, Susan L. 


Boston . 




64 00 




Keene, Nahum 


Dedham 




6 40 




Keliey, George W. 


Boston . 




3 20 




Kelley, James 


Boston . 




1 60 




Keliey, William . 


Lowell . 




16 00 




Kendrick, H. C. . 


Quincy . 




44 OU 




Kingman, Knt'us P. 


Brockton 




41 60 




Kingsbury, Jesse F. 


W. Roxbury 




22 40 




Kingslev, J. G. . 


Melrose . 




1 60 




Kitching, A. P. . 


Boston . 




16 00 




Knight,'B. B. & K. 


Providence, R.I. 


$888 00 


1000 00 




Knowles, H. VV. . 
Lane, James and Emma. 


Chicago, 111. . 




57 60 




Norton . 




46 40 




Lane, Peter . , . . 


Boston . 




1 60 




Lang, Benjamin J, 


Boston . 




24 00 




Lawrence, Marianna P. . 


Nantucket 




58 40 


58 40 


Lawson, Eliza J. . 


Colorado Spi-ings 




1 60 




Lawton, Cliarles . . 


Needham 




5i; 00 




Learned, William 


Boston . 




37 60 




Leland, Rice & Co. 


Boston . 


19 20 






Leland, AbnerM. . 


Newton 




20 00 




Lenfest, Mary C. . 


Boston . 




8 00 




Leverett, George V. 


Cambridge 




39 20 




Lewis, Isaac 


Dorchester 




16 00 




Lewis, J. C. 


Holyoke 




8 00 


8 00 


Litchfield, John H. 


Wollaston 




11 20 




Littlefleld, Abagail 


Wells, Me. 




4 00 


4 00 


Long, Alanson 


Biookline 




17 60 




Looinis, Elihu G. . 


Bedford 




4 80 




Loring, David 


Boston . 




28 ^ 




Loud.John J., Sarah, Alice & Annie 


Weymouth 




243 5 




Loud, Emily V. . 


Weymouth 




jOO ; 




Loud, Martha B. . 


Weymouth 




57 ) 





98 



Xon-Residknt Tax-Payees — {Continued.) 



NAJJKS. 



Lovell, A.G. 
Lowell, Joseph Q. 
Lyfoi-il, Thomas J. 
Lylord, Byley 
Lynch, William 

BI 



Mahoney, John 

Mann, Alexander 

Mansflekl, Olivia W. 

Marshall, J. H. . 

Maxim. Jane 

Maynanl, George H. 

Mayo, Charles H. . 

McCabc, Patrick . 

McCabe, Rose 

MoCaffiey, Ann 

McCormick, Thomas 

McCormaok, Maria J. 

McDougal. Archibald 

McDowell, Jane . 

McGaw, Robert 

McLaughlin, Daniel 

McLeod, John 

McNulty, Ellen 

Mead, Adelbert 

Mellade-.v, George B. 

Mellen, Lanra \V. 

Merserve, Abigail 

Merrill, William . 

Metropolitan Land Co. 

Meyer, Rachel, Parah & Louisa 

Meyer, Adolph 

Miller, Amos H. . 

Mills, James G. 

Monehan,Jas. 

Monroe, C. W. 

Monroe, William . 

Monroe, Fannie B. 

Moody, F. . 

Moody, Mrs. C. H. 

Moore, John W. 

Moore, Alice R. 

Morgan, Ira 

Morgan, Sarah E. 

Moriarty, W. H. . 

Morrill, Mabsl E. . 

Morse, Luther, heirs of 

Morse, George W. 

Morse, George W. 

Morse, E. J. W., heirs of 

Morse, Julia F. 

Morse, Leonard 

Morton, Joseph, heirs of 

Moulton Oliver 

Mullen, John 

Mullen, Elizabeth . 

Mullen, Ann 

Mungin, Margaret 

Murphy, Thomas . 

Iff 

Nash, Joseph D. . 

Nelson, Thomas 

Nevens, Kendall & Rindge, tr. 



BESIDENCE. 



Boston . 
Cliarlestown 
Boston . 
Provincetown 
Boston . 



Boston . 
Charlestown 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Brooklyn, N.T, 
Waltham 
Wellesley 
Dedhani. 
Dedham . 
>t. Louis 
Boston . 
Bo.ston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Hiid^son . 
Boston . 
South Boston 
South Baston 
W. i^cton 
Boston . 
Oberlin, O. 
Canton . 
Roxbury 
Boston . 
Dedham . 
Dedham . 
Boston . 
Roxbuvy 
Unknown 
Eiist CambruU 
Milton L. M. " . 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Unknown 
Canada . 
Boston . 
Newton . 
Unknown 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Dedham . 
Nevvtonville 
Somerville 
South Easton 
Boston . 
Milton . 
Milton . 
Boston . 
Brooklino 
Boston , 
Boston . 
Grovelaud 
East Dedham 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

I Maiden . 
I Boston . 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



$4 SO 
4 00 
8 80 

52 00 
e 40 



22 40 


9 60 


68 80 


2 40 


5 60 


?>i 40 


72 00 


C 40 


1 60 


1 60 


181 20 


51 20 


3 20 


1 60 


39 20 


1 GO 


3 20 


31 20 


3 20 


9 60 


24 80 


52 00 


6 40 


39 20 


8 00 


1 60 


4t 80 


5 60 


30 40 


4 80 


16 00 


44 80 


3 20 


29 60 


1 60 


4 sO 


40 00 


13 60 


28 80 


3 20 


40 


24 00 


3 20 


3 20 


16 00 


230 40 


33 6C 


20 80 


2 40 


1 60 


9 60 


59 20 


n 20 


41 60 


78 40 


160 00 



99 



Nox-Residemt Tax-Payers — (Continued) 



Newbuvyport Savings Bank 

Newhall, Sarah E. 

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

Miies, liouville V. 

Nolan, James 

Northern Baptist Bdc. Society 

Nott, Martha A. . . 

Nott, Gordon H. 

Nowell, Charles A. 

O 

Orr & Butman 
Otis, George D. 
Oxton, Maria 
O'Dounell, Edward 



Page, Harriet J. . 
Page, Gilman 
Page, Charles J, . 
Paine, Frederick . 
Palmer, Snsan A. . 
Park, H.F., heirs 
Parker, Benjamin W. 
Parker, George J., heirs of 
. Parker, M. W. 
Parmlee, Loring G. 
Pattee, W. S. 
Paul, Ebeuezer 
Pearson, Lncinda . 
Pearson.-^, Henry . 
Peck, Phuei.e W. . 
Peck, Harrier, A. . 
Peeie, Eliza B., heirs 
People's I<'.e Co. 
Peterson, Oiive 
Perkins, Eliza iM., heirs 
Perkins, Ezra G., estate 
Pfaff, William C. 
Pfafl', Henry & Jacob 
Pierce, J. . 
Pierce, Nichols and Cralts, trus 
Pierce, Mary A. 
Pierce, Job A. 
Piukliain & Liuchfield 
Porter, A. Wallace 
Pratt & Hanson 
Pratt, Labaii 
Pratt, Anna B. 
Pratt, Isaac, Jr. 
Prair, EdmnndT. . 
Pre^^cott, Mr.s. S. C. 
Price, Fitz James . 
Proctor, Thomas P. 

Quigley, Mary J. . 
Qininby, .J. B., iieirs 
Qiiunby, Mnnide T. 
Quincy Savings Banlt 



RESIDENCE. 



K 



Rand, George D. 
Kanletl, D. D. 



Neivbiiryport 

Melrose 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Saco, Me. 

Cliicago III 

Lawrence 



Boston . 
Evei'elt . 
.Millon . 
Unknown 



Boston . 

FJoston . 

Boston . 

Mansfield 

Charlestown 

Boston . 

Brookline. 

Hoxbury 

Boston . 

Boston . 

Boston . 

DeiUiara 

Boston . 

Bos. on . 

Somerville 

E. Greenwich, U 

Salem 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Unknown 

Boston 

Boston 

Foxboro'. 

Wollaston 

Wollaston 

Bos on . 

Boston . 

Concord 

Boston . 

Boston . 

Unknown 

Boston . 

Boston . 



Jamaica Plain . 
Dubuque, Iowa. 

Melrose . 
Qnincy . 



Winchester 
St. Albans, Vt 



Per- 
sonal. 



$48 00 



Real 
Estate. 



$.S2 00 

35 20 

392 80 

1(16 40 

4 00 

8 00 

40 00 

6 40 

2 40 



84 80 
30 10 
16 00 
29 60 



190 40 

■ 32 00 

14 40 

48 00 

28 80 

2 00 

57 60 

4 80 

2 40 
48 00 

3 40 
12 00 
88 00 
48 00 
17 60 
52 00 
82 40 
90 00 
36 80 

161 80 

22 40 

38 40 

6 40 

SO 

81 e.\ 

32 80 

1 60 

2G0 80 

3 20 

10 40 

16 SO 

46 40 

181 60 

264 80 

38 40 

30 40 

59 20 



1 60 
49 60 
105 60 
531 20 



Unpaid. 



$4 00 
40 00 



30 40 
29 60 



88 00 



38 43 



260 SO 
3 20 



67 20 
36 80 



67 20 



100 



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



NAMES. 


KESinKNCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Ray, Margaret 


Boston . 




$21! 40 




Hay, Ellen F. . , . 


Woburn . 






4 00 


54 00 


Raymond, A. S. . 


Dedham . 




$50 40 


33 (iO 




Real Estate and Building Co. . 


Boston . 






37u9 21 




Redick, I. H. 


Charlestown 






80 


80' 


Reed, Hammond . 


Brookfleld 






48 (0 


48 OO 


Reed, Caroline P. . 


Boston . 






80 




Reeves, Mary 


Boston . 






25 60 




Remick, Timothy . 


Boston , 






54 40 




Rhoades, A. H. . 


Boston . 






43 20 




Richards, Elsie B./& Wm. B- . 


Hoston . 






80 00 




Richards, Joseph R. 


Cambridge 






24 80 




Richards, Daniel . 


])anver3 






13 80 




Richardson, Lucretia T. 


Dorchester 






1 (iO 




Ridgway, E. W. . 


Boston . 






5« 00 




Riedell, John H. . 


Unknown 






40 00 


40 00 


Robinson, John B. 


Littleton Common 




57 60 




Robinson, Benj. F. 


St. Albans, Vt. 




,64 00 


64 00 


Robinson, Charles, Jr. . 


West Newton . 




f)2 40 




Rollini:, James W. 


Boston , 






% CO 


96 00 


Rouillard, Edwin R. 


Acton 






24 80 


21 60 


Rowe Brothers 


Boston . 






80 




Russell. Ellen H. . 


Unknown 






20 00 




Ryan, Margaret J. 

Saco & Biddeford Savings Bank 


Charlestown 






30 40 


30 4© 


Saco, Me. 




33S 40 




Safford, A.H. 


Cambridge 






147 20 




Saflford, N. F. . . . 


Milton . 






44 81) 




Safford, N. F., trustee . 


Milton . 






28 :0 




Sahlien, David A. 


New York, N. "S 






19 20 




Sandeen, Catherina, heirs of . 


Roxbury 






12 SO 




Sanford, Miss E. L. 


Michigan 






115 20 


115 30 


Sanford, Martha P. 


California 






147 20 


147 20 


Saulsbury, Jotham 


Weymouth 






SS 00 




Scaife, Helen A. . 


Boston . 






8 00 




Schlesinger, S. B. 


Boston , 






6t 00 




Scituate Savings Bank . 


Scituate . 






91 62 




Scott, E. A. 


Boston . 






51 20 




Scott, John 


Amesbui-y 






■to 40 




Scrannage, Matthew 


Medford 






8 00 




Seaver, Nathaniel 


East Boston 






321 60 




Seaver, Jacob W, . 


Boston . 






6 00 




Sharp, J. C. 


Dorchester 






1 m 




Sharp, William C . 


Dorchescer 






1 6:) 


1 60 


Shattuck, Milo H, . 


Groton . 






. 12 80 




Shaw, Joseph P. . 


Jamaica Plain 






3 20 




Shaw, CO. . ' . 


Lewiston 






81) 80 


80 80 


Shaw, Lydia A. . 


Somerville 






69 60 




Shepard, Sarah B. 


Mattapan 






46 40 




Shute, James M. . 


Boston . 






112 03 




Simmons, Eliza P. 


W. Newton 






4 80 




Simmons, William A. 


Boston . 






35 20 




Smith, Eben . . 


Newton . 






35 20 


35 20 


Smith, J. Adams . 


Washisgton 






12 80 




Smith, O. A. 


Waltham 






1 60 


1 60 


Smith, George H. 


Boston . 






34 40 




Smith, W. A. . . . 


Norwood 


^ 




32 00 




Smith, Harriet E. & Ellen F. . 


Dedham . 






21 (iO 


21 60 


Snyder, C. B., heirs of . 


Otter River 






.'JS 40 




Somes, Samuel S. . 


Milton 






SO UO 




Spooner, Mary B, . 


Jamaica Plain . 






47 30 




.Spring, Rebecca B. 


New Jersey 






19 20 


19 30 


Spring, Mary A. . 


Florida . 






91 20 




Springer, Chas E. 


St. Paul, Minn 






4 80 


' 4 80 


Stanwood, J, E. . 


Topsfleld 






39 20 





101 



Non-Rbsidrnt Tax- Payers — ^Continued.) 





NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 


Stark, Jolin H. , , 


Boston . 




$38 40 




(Stark, Mary 


Boston . 






80 




Stevens, Elizabeth W. . 


Boston . 






110 40 


$S5 20 


Stevens, EJizabeth. 


Boston . 






273 60 




Stevenson, Charles E. 


Boston . 






20 80 




Stevenson, Mary F. 


Boston . 






80 


80 


Stevenson, Hemenway & Russell 


Milton . 






68 80 




Siillmaii, Francis G. 


Unknown 






78 40 




Stoddarri, Hannah W. 


Bi'ocktoa 






38 40 




Stone, FranKlin, heirs of 


Boston . 






86 40 




Story, J. C. 


Boston . 






30 40 




Stratton, Charles E. 


Fitchburg 






35 20 




Straw, Jolni B. . . . 


Lewiston, Me. 






63 20 


• 63 20 


Sullivan, Margaret. 


South Boston 






4 00 


4 00 


Sumner, M. P. . 

T 

Tabor, Charles A. . 


Dtdhatn . 






36 00 




Lynn, 




36 00 


36 00 


Taits. Sanuiel 


Hollis'on 






72 00 




Talbot, Miss M. B. 


Doreliester 






3 20 




Talbot, J. Jr. 


Stoughton 






20 80 




Taylor, Gf^orge 


Boston . 






5 60 


5 60 


Thomson, Umphray 


Boston . 






1 60 


1 60 


Thompson, Asa, neirs of 


Milton . 






75 20 




Thomuson, Charles, heirs of 


Dorchester 






33 (iO 




Thompson, C. S. . 


New York, N. Y. 




1 60 




Tiiomjison, Kleanora 


South Sudbury 




3 20 




Tnorndike, .fames P., heirs of . 


Boston . 




9 60 




Thorndike, Sarah VV. 


Boston . 






59 20 




Thurston, Philander 


Milton . 






31! 80 




Tileston & Hollingsworth 


Boston . 




$800 00 


768 00 




Tilton, Eliza D. . 


Chelmsford 






65 60 




Timlin, WiHiam . 


Boston . 






25 60 




Tirrell, Caioline . 


Boston . 






32 80 


32 SO 


Tobey, Susannah H., heirs ol . 


Boston . 






22 40 




Todd, Robert M. 


Milton 






49 60 




Torrey, Kverett 


Boston . 






24 80 




Tower, Isaac H. . 


Uedham . 






102 40 




Townseud, Eliza J. 


Saugus . 






3 20 




Trescott, Ebenezer, heirs of 


New York, N. Y 


, 




40 




Tucker Dana, heirs of . 


Milton . 






72 00 




Tucker, Elijah, heirs of 


Milton . 






44 80 




Tucker, Nathan, heirs of 


Milton . 






111 20 




Tucker, Mary T, . 


Milton 






28 80 




Tucker, .James 


Milton . 






40 80 




Tucker, G.H. 


New York, N. "i 


'. 




34 40 




Tucker, S. A. , . . 


MiltOQ 






20 80 




Tutts, John VV. . 


Boston . 






4 80 




Turner, R. W. 


Boston . 






8 00 


6 00 


Turner, John J. , 


Unknown 






6 40 




Tuttle, Adelia 


Newton . 






1 60 


1 60 


Tyler, W. B. . , , 
Underwood, Orrison 


Boston . 






37 60 




Mil ford . 




1 (!0 




Union Institution for Savings . 


Boston . 




73 60 




Utley, Joseph 

V 
Vanderlip, W, C. . 


Roxbury 




2 40- 




Boston . 




64 80 




Vicker\, Hennann F. 


Weymouth 




8J 60 




Vose, Joshua 


Milton • 




49 60 




Vose, Jessie, heirs of 


Milton . 




51 20 





102 



Non-Resident Tax-Payers — {Continued.) 



w 

Waddleton, Frederick A 
Wadham, Helen J. 
Wadswoitli, E. D. 
Walker, Lucretia 
Walker, Eunice A. 
Ward, Joseph F., Jr. 
Washburn, William 
Watson, Thomas . 
Webster, Stephen 
Welch, F. C, Trustee 
Weld, Aaron D. 
Weldou, John A. 
Wellinston, O. VV. W., h 
West, John W. 
Weston, Seth 
Weymouth Savings Bank 
Wheeler & Wilson Sew'g Mach 
White, Amos S. 
White, Charles G. 
White, George H. 
White, Catherines. 
White, Emeline 
White, Howard 
Whitehead, Joseph 
Whittemore, C. W. 
Whiting, Joseph, lieirs 
Whiting, Alvan 
Whittingfon, Alfred 
Whittier, A. R. 
Whittier, Carrie A. 
Willard, Huldah . 
Williams, Wm.. H. 
Williams, John J., archbishoo 
Williams, F. C. 
Wild, Joseph 
Wilder, William W. 
Wilkins, G.G. 
Wilson, Joseph F. . 
Winch lirothers 
Winchman, Charles 
Wise, Henry 
Wogan, John T. 
Wood & Pollard . 
Woods, George W., heirs of 
Woodward, Maria L. 
Woodward, James H. 
Woodworth, Thomas H. 
Wright, Isaac L. . 
Wright, A. W. 



Young, John M. 



Co 



KESIDENGE. 



Boston . 
Boston . 
Milton . 
Lexmgton 
Chicago, 111. 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
W. Eoxbury 
Boston . 
Boston 
Boston . 
Kevere . 
WeyraouLh 
Boston . 
Weymouth 
Milton 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Dedharn 
Bea%'er City, Neb. 
Saugus . 
Roslindale 
Dedham . 
Clinton . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Amesbury 
Nev^ ton . 
Unktiown 
Unknown 
Boston . 
Deilham . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Boston . 
Unkriown 
Attleboi-o 
Cambridge 
Milton 
Roxbury 
Boston 



Dedham 



Per- 
sonal. 



$4 40 



4 00 



Real 
Estate. 



$33 
35 
3-2 
36 
4:! 
33 
34 



24 
1 

23 

5-2 
!) 

40 
359 

1-2 
80 
9 
2 
19 

8 

3 

1 

3 

9 

128 

145 

57 

58 

118 

49 

11 



Unpaid. 



$36 80 



3 20 



5 OC' 
4 40 



3 20 



128 80 
U't 60) 
57 CO 



07 20 
1 ©> 



1 eo. 



3. 20 



EEPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 



For the School Year ending December 31, 1883. 



To THE Citizens of Hyde Park : — 

The Committees appointed to superintend the different 
schools respectfully submit the following Reports : — 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

Principal, — John F. Elliot. 

Assistants, — Miss Mar}' M. Coleman, Miss Sarah L. Miner, 
Miss Estelle M. Hatch (to June 30, 1883), MissC. L. Hill (from 
September 1, 1883). 

The High school has had an unusually prosperous year, 
with increase both in numbers and in public appreciatiou. 

At the end of the Summer term Miss E. M. Hatch re- 
signed her position to devote herself to special srudies. The 
resignation was accepted by the Committee with regret, and 
the vacancy filled, after careful inquiry and examination, by 
the election of Miss C. L. Hill, then teaching successfully in 
the High school at Fitchburg, Mass. The selection has 
proved an excellent one. 

The other teachers of the school remain as last year, and 
it is to be hoped that the Town may long retain their valu- 
able services. 

As was to be expected, the new course of study shows 
some slight defects, but, on the whole, works admirably, 
and the changes required will hardly excite attention. 



104 

The Town will be asked, at the meetmg in March, to ap- 
propriate money to repair the High school building, which 
was never well built, and is fast becoming dilapidated. Ad- 
ditional room is already needed. Another year will increase 
considerably the number of pupils. It is not too much to 
expect one hundred and fifty pupils in the High school of 
Hyde Park within two years. The demand of the times is 
increased facilities for eflfective training in natural science. 
Our school is without microscope, without telescope, with- 
out laboratory or lecture-room — almost without apparatus 
of any kind. Our teachers are good workmen ; let us fur- 
nish them with, good tools, and a convenient, well-appointed 
workshop. 

We congratulate the public upon the high position already 
occupied by the alumni of this school in colleges and other 
institutions of learning, and in various industrial pursuits, 
and are anxious that those who follow shall be still better 
equipped to grapple successfully with the competitions and 
perplexities of literary or business life. 

ANDREW WASHBUEN, 
G. M. FELLOWS, 
H. M. CABLE, 

Local Committee. 

Whole number of different scholars during the year . 128 
Average number of scholars during the year . . 84.5 

" attendance during the year .... 80.0 

Percentage of attendance during the year . . . ^4.7 

Pupils who received diplomas at the annual graduation 
exercises in June : — 

Full Course. — Jennie M. Brooks, Alice C. Bullard, Horace E. 
;Fellows, Laura Jenkins, Harriet L. Mann, Annie H. Miller, Nellie 
W. Morgan, Elmor Roberts, Jennie H. Soule, Kate A. Kiggen, 
Xouise L. Tripp, E. W. Whittemore, Arthur V. Davis, Edward Ho 
.Durell, WiUiam R. Hall. 



105 

Two Year's Course. — Frank A. Belcher, Edwin C. Jenney, 
Albert H. Rhodes. 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year . . S3,550 00 

'* janitors' salaries ..... 150 00 

" expended for fuel during the year . . 242 70 

" " " incidentals duriug the year . 208 57 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 

Miss Mary E. Rogers, Teacher. 

The same teacher whose services have proved so accept- 
able in the past, lias continued her watchful and loving care 
over the little men and women of the Everett school. The 
school compares favorably with other Primary schools of the 
Town, except in regard to the accommodations provided. 
The Committee again calls attention to the contracted char- 
acter of the building and incidental objections from a sani- 
tary point of view. 

HENEY S. BUNTON, 

Local Ccmimittee. 

Whole number of different scholars durhig the year . 100 

Average number of scholars during the year . . 68.0 

" attendance during the year .... 46.0 

Percentage of attendance during the year . . . 79.3 

Amount of teacher's salary during the year . . §450 00 

" janitor's salary (included with High school) 

" expended for fuel (included with High school) 
'* " " incidentals during the year . 1 34 



10(3 

DAMON SCHOOL. 

Edward W. Cross, Master. 

Lizzie D. Bunker, Julia E. Donovan, Sarah A. Crosb}-, Mar- 
garet E. Bertram, Maria V. Ro-ney, Editli H. Sears, Teachers. 

This schocjl has been happily free from serious draw- 
backs of any kind. The health of the pupils has been good, 
and the district, as a whole, free from some of the visitations 
of contagious diseases. Our corps of teachers has been 
unbroken, with one exception, and the result of constant 
good work on the part of both teachers and scholars is easily 
apparent on a visit to the school. 

Since the iirst of Januar}" the experiment of abolishing 
the usual forenoon recess of twenty minutes, in all l:)ut the 
lowest classes, and shortening the forenoon session to the 
same extent by dismissing the school at 11.40 a. m., instead 
of 12 M., has been tried and found an agreeable and profit- 
able change to both teachers and scholars, and satisfactory 
to parents as well, so far as they have been consulted. This 
practice is strongly commended in other towns where it is in 
full operation, and will no doubt prove tor this school, if 
finally adopted, a positive improvement. 

EICHARD M. JOHNSON, 
HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Local Committee. 

Whole number of different scliolars during the year . 452 

Average number of scholars during the year . . 302 

'' attendance during the year . . . 255 

Percentage of attendance during the 3'ear . . . 84.4 

Graduates — Mary Heale}^ Mary Lynch, "Martin J. Foley, Wil- 
liam Burns, Percy Bond — 5. 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year . . S3, 848 50 

" janitor's salary during the year . . 150 GO 

" expended for fuel during the'year . . 419 '25 

" " " incidentals during the year . 667 50 



107 

GREE^^WOOD SCHOOL. 

iMaslor, — Dauiol G. Thompson, 

Teachers, — Sarah A. Bailey, Agnes L. Adams, Alice E. Gage, 
Ellen M. Farnsworth, Sarah K. Reniick, Maud G. Leadbeater. 

At the opening of the school in September, the rooms were 
well filled, and that containing the Seventh and Eighth classes 
was so crowded as to render it impossible to continue it 
longer under one teacher. A new room was accordingly 
opened, and the Seventh class placed in it, under Miss 
Folsom, whose resignation at the close of the Fall term we 
are sorry to be compelled to mention. 

Her excellent character as a teacher is attested by her 
long service iu this and the Fairmount school, during which 
she was promoted through all the grades, from almost the 
lowest to the one she last held. 

The present organization of the school is as follows : The 
Fifth ftiid Sixth classes in charge of Mr. Thompson ; the 
Seventh, Miss Bailey ; the Eighth, Miss Adams ; the Ninth, 
Miss Gage; the Tenth, Miss Farnsworth; the Eleventh, 
Miss Eemick ; the Twelfth, Miss Leadbeater. The daily 
work of all is marked by earnestness, faithfulness and 
patience. 

It is gratifying to observe the apparent good feeling ex- 
isting between the patrons of the school and the pupils and 
teachers. 

Sickness and other causes have afiected the attendance in 
some of the lower classes unfavorably, but it is hoped that 
this evil will not continue. 

The sanitary condition of the school premises has received 
especial attention, and in the opinion of experts nothing ob- 
jectionable now exists there. A cistern has been built, to 
provide a supply of wholesome water ; the wails of the 
rooms have been put in good condition ; new furniture has 
been procured, and necessary repairs made in and about the 
buildino;. 



108 

A want which is much felt in this, as in all our schools, is 
suitable books of reference and a few standard works adapted 
to a school of this grade. A well chosen library should form 
part of the equipment of every school. 

GEO. M. FELLOWS, 
EICHARD M. JOHNSON, 

Local Committee. 

"Whole number of different scholars during the year . 360 

Average number of scholars during the j'ear . . 275.0 

" attendance during the year . . . . 245.0 

Percentage of attendance during the year . - . 89.0 

Graduates — Virginia Davis, Fannie Fennell, Grace Gidney, 
Carrie Goss, Annie Guy, Carrie Hohham, Nellie Jenkins, Inez 
Monroe, Edna Pierce, Gertie Reynolds, Bessie Sparrell, John 
Ciingen, Arthur Hawes, Harry Gurney, Willie Hill — 15. 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the 3'ear . . S3, 601 50 

" janitor's salaries during the year . . 150 00 

" expended for fuel during the year . . 333 60 

" " " incidentals during the year . 805 96 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL, 

Mr. Henry F. Howard, Master. 

Miss Annie L. Howe, Miss Hattie E. Adams, Mrs. Matilda 
H. P. Cashing, Miss Hattie M. H. Darling (to June 30, 1883), 
Miss Hattie F. Packard (since Sept. 3, 1883), Miss Jennie S. 
Hammond, Miss Helen A. Perry, Teachers. 

The only change in the organization of this school has been 
occasioned by the resignation of Miss Darling, of the Tenth- 
class, after three years' service, during which time she has 



109 

proved herself a painstaking and successful teacher. The 
vacancy was satisfactorily filled by the appointment of Miss 
Hattie F. Packard. 

In the earlier portion of the year an epidemic, which pre- 
vailed in the district, occasioned great irregularity in atten- 
dance, and materially retarded the work of the school-room. 
Since the commencement of the Fall term, although several 
cases of diphtheria have occurred (one of them fatal), the 
general health of the school has been exceptionally good, 
with but little absence by reason of sickness. 

The master and teachers have labored zealously in their 
several departments, and have well sustained their previous 
good reputation for efficiency and success. 

The black-boards were repaired, and put into thoroughly 
good condition during the Summer vacation, and the fence 
around the school grounds was painted. 

The heaviest item in this year's "incidentals" is a new 
Magee furnace, piping, etc., which however, was bought 
and placed in position before the end of the last fiscal year. 
It has supplied a long-felt need, and the Committee have 
had no cause for complaint the present winter by reason of 
the insufficient heating of the building. 

HENRY S. BUNTON, 
ANDREW WASHBURN, 

Local Committee. 

Whole number of different scholars during the year . 369 

Average number of scholars during the year . . 292.0 

" attendance during the year . . . 253.7 

Percentage of attendance during the year . . 86.1 

Graduates — Elinor Pierce, Edith E. Foster, Clara E. Daven- 
port, Alice E. Bird, Margaret Corbett, Charles F. Kamseyer, 
Charles Leeds, George W. Hodges, Essie S. Gait, Charles Fos- 
ter, Edwin W. Sawyer, Henry G. Andrews, Walter F. Bryant 
—13. 



110 

Amount of teachers' salaries daring the year . : $3,836 50 

" janitor's salary during the year . . 150 00 

" expended for fuel during the year . . 183 90 

" " " incidentals during the year . 5G5 74 



GREW SCHOOL. 

Mr. Franklin H. Dean, Master. 

Miss Annie L. Clarke, Master's Assistant. 

Miss Frances J. Emerson, Miss Lucina Dunbar, Miss Florence 
E. Leadbeater (to June 29, '83), Miss Clara F. Hall (since Sept. 
3, '83), Miss Martha A. Alexander (to June 29, '83), Miss Fan- 
ny E. Harlow (since Sept. 3, '83), Miss Jennie H. Soule (since 
Sept. 3, '83), Miss Genevieve Brainard, Miss Ella J. Stocking (to 
June 29, '83), Miss Agnes J. Campbell (since Sept. 3, '83), and 
Miss Leila E. Perry, Teachers. 

It has been the good fortune of this school for a number 
of years to retain substantially the same organization, but 
during the past year this has ceased to be true. At the 
close of the last Spring term, and during the vacation fol- 
lowing, the resignations of Misses Alexander, Leadbeacer 
and Stocking were received. The loss of these fiithful 
teachers at the same time was a serious one, and will be felt 
by the school for some time to come. At the beginning of 
the September term, Miss Claiii F. Hall, a teacher of much 
experience, w^as placed in charge of the Ninth class, and is 
doing excellent work; Miss i'anny E. Harlow and Miss 
Agnes J. Campbell, young ladies of our own town, were 
selected for the rooms formerly of Misses Alexander and 
Stocking. They are giving their best efforts to the work, 
and their success is commendable. 



in 

At the opening of the school in September the number of 
pupils wtis greatly in excess of the number at the close of 
the school iu June. Upon classilication it appeared neces- 
sary to provide another room for divisions of the Ninth and 
Tenth classes. The High School Committee kindly permit- 
ted us to transfer the desks formerly used by the Advanced 
Grammar class from the High school building to the hall of 
the Grew building, and by purchasing sixteen new desks, 
Mr. Dean's classes were accommodated in the hall, where 
they now remain. The rooms of the lower classes were 
tlien so assigned that the room formerly used by the Ninth 
class was left vacant for the new school, composed of divis- 
ions of the Ninth and Tenth classes. Miss Jennie H. Soule, 
a graduate of the High school, was selected to instruct this 
school. She is working zeahnisly in the position, and to the 
satisfaction of the Committee. 

The large increase in the number of pupils, w^ith the 
Qhanges in organization, greatly adding to the care and labor 
of Mr. Dean, wc were authorized by the Board to employ 
an assistant for the master's room. Miss Annie L. Clarke, 
a lady of successful experience, w^as employed, and is now 
doing good work. We feel that the increased efficiency of 
the organization justifies the added expense. 

The work cf the school amid these changes, has gone for- 
ward smoothly ; the teachers, one and all, showing a desire 
to obtain the best possible results under the circumstances. 
Much credit is due to both teachers and pupils for the har- 
monious work of the past year. All have seemed to have 
the interest of the school at heart, and have striven to make 
the year's work a credit to themselves and to the town. 

While all branches of the course have received proper at- 
tention, the work in writing is especially commendable, as 
is also/ that in map drawing, the Fifth and Sixth classes 
showing some good work in raised maps. 

In closing, we must strongly urge the necessity of in- 
creased accommodations for this district. The hall is not 



112 

well adapted for a school-room, being large, poorly lighted, 
and in extreme cold weather but poftrly warmed, even with 
the extra furnace added during the year. And further, the 
increase of the number of pupils to above five hundred so 
enlarges all classes that the teachers are overworked, and 
the best results cannot be obtained. 

There is a demand for a new school building, and it will 
shortly become an absolute necessity. The location of such, 
when built will call for the exercise of a wise discretion if 
the grading of the schools is to be properly preserved. 

CHARLES G. CHICK, 
HOBART M. CABLE, 

Local Committee. 

Whole number of different scholars during the year . 590 

Average number of scholars during the year . . 436.0" 

" attendance during the year . • . . 393.0 

Percentage of attendance during the year . . . 90.1 

Graduates — Mary R. Sweet, Rosa E. Hughes, Snsie A. Mac" 
brien, Helen C. Rogers, Lilian M. Gould, Lilian F. Malcolm, 
Gertrude A. Collins, Mary Boardman, Lilian A. Hatch, Mabel E. 
Holmes, Fred E. Borland, Willie G. Shaw, Joseph M. Kiggen, 
Thomas F. Ahern, Fred A. Rich, P^verett W. Lewis, John J. Mc- 
Nally— 17. 

Amount of teachers* salaries during the year . . $4,588 00 

" janitor's salary during the year . . 170 00 

" expended for fuel during the year . . 253 70 

" " " incidentals during the year . 371 58 



113 

EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Two Evening schools, one in the Grew District and one 
in the Readville District, have been in session since Decem- 
ber 1. 

Mr. F. H. Dean has charge of the school in the Grew 
building, assisted by Miss Clark, with an average attendance 
of twenty scholars. \ 

Mr. Geo. T. Wiggin has charge of the school in the, 
Damon building, assisted by Miss Conlan, with an average- 
attendance of thirty scholars. 

For several years there has been a growing interest iiXi 
evening schools. 

There are many people in our community who are not at 
liberty to leave their work in the day time for study. , 

These are the very persons who stand most in need of 
better opportunities for au education at the public expense,, 
and the town has liberally provided to give this class of our 
citizens the rudiments of knowledge, which may be the 
means of their obtaining more profitable employmeut, and to. 
elevate and strengthen their self-respect. 

MECHANICi!iL DRAWING. 

A school for instruction in Mechanical Drawing has beeai 
opened in the High school building — two evenings each, 
weekk Michael Golden, of the Institute of Technology, . 
Boston, is the instructor. 

The class numbers about thirty, and contains some of our • 
enterprising mechanics, and young men who propose to en- 
gage in mechanical pursuits. 

The marked success of the school gives abundant evidence 
of the wisdom of this part of the scheme for industrial train- 
ing, which now so largely engrosses public attention. 

HOBAJIT M.. CABLE, 
CHARLES G. CHICK, 

Sub- Committee on Evening Schools. 



MUSIC. 

Ghntlemen of the School Committee: 

Vocal music is now becoming fully established and recog- 
nized as one of the regular studies of the school-room. 

The teachers have very generally co-operated with the 
special teachers in maintaining good discipline, and in many 
instances have further aided by actively engaging in the 
special lesson. 

While a marked difference is noticeable in the results ob- 
tained from the various schools, yet nearly all are doing con- 
scientious work. 

That the best results may be obtained, it is necessary that 
the same methods that are found essential in other studies 
be applied to this branch. 

The pupils quite generally enjoy the singing lesson. 

Some of the benefits to be derived from the study of vocal 
music in our public schools are well brought out by Prof. 
Tourgee, when he says that "Where music is taught in our 
public schools, the ribald songs disappear from our streets. 
It holds the highest rank as an aid to memory. The power 
of observation and expression are heightened by it ; and, 
as a mental discipline, it is in no wise inferior to the vaunted 
stiK^y of ..mathematics." 

Respectfully submitted, 

H. J. WHITTEMOEE, 

Teacher of Music in the Pubh'c Schools, 



TO THE CITIZENS OF HYDE PARK, 



The undersigned would most respectfully call the atten- 
tion of the public to the foregoing special Reports of the in- 
dividual schools for its earnest consideration. These Re- 
ports give in detail a history of another year's work, the 
changes that have taken place, and show the general condi- 
tion of the schools at the present time. 

In the maintenance of our Public Schools, as required by 
law and an enlightened public sentiment, the School Com- 
mittee are obliged to provide for the education of all the 
children in the town, of school age, in the whole range of de- 
sirable instruction, from the simplest elements to a complete 
preparation for college or a mercantile or business life. 

The Town cheerfully appropriates a liberal sum of money 
annually for school purposes, and to give each child the best 
education possible with the means provided is the weighty 
responsibility which the School Committee are obliged to 
assume. 

The most prominent and important recommendation made 
to the people on educational matters by Gov. Robinson in 
his inaugural address is as follows ; 

' < The most promising field for improvement is in the small 
towns ; they cannot make sufficient provision for the highest 
success ; the large towns can. We need more thorough, in- 
telligent supervision, especially in the small country towns. 
Whatever can be done to build up and strengthen these 
struggling communities will bless the State at large. More 
towns should avail themselves of the statute authority to em- 
ploy a superintendent, if not alone, then in union with their 



116 

neighbors. Apply this system generally, and the benefits 
will quickly appear in better teachers, improved methods of 
instruction, more satisfactory buildings and appliances, and 
an increased attendance of pupils." 

If Hyde Park could secure the services of a superintend- 
ent, glowing with enthusiasm on the great subject of popular 
education ; a man wise in counsel and efficient in action, 
with a practical good sense, which would win the confidence 
of the people ; a man who shall know what elsewhere has 
been or is doing on the subject of education, and who,, with 
wise discrimination, should give the benefit of such knowl- 
edge to us ; who would create, if possible, a livelier profes- 
sional enthusiasm among our teachers ; who would establish a 
training-school in our midst, the better to prepare those of our 
High school graduates, who desire to teach, for their respon- 
sible and difficult labor ; who would secure frequent meet- 
ings of our teachers, particularly those teaching in the same 
grade, for consultation and advice, then we might have a 
partial benefit of that which Gov. Robinson would have us 
enjoy. 

In the absence of such supervision, an assistant teacher in 
each master's room would relieve him to such an extent that 
he could be of very great value to the lower grades. 

The establishment of a more intimate relation of our 
scholars with the Public Library is a matter that is receiv- 
ing thoughtful consideration. Supt. Cogswell, of Cam- 
bridge, and Supt. Aldrich, of Quincy, have prepared and 
published in their Rej)orts extensive lists of books on 
History, Biography and Travel, giving to each the number 
corresponding to their catalogue number, and a widespread 
interest for this kind of literature has been created. 

Mr. Dean, Master of the Grew school, has already pre- 
pare^ a list of several hundred volumes, and we trust that 
the co-operation of the Library Board with the School Com- 
mittee, teachers and parents will awaken a desire on the part 
of the scholars to read only instructive books. 



117 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 



The Supreme Court has decided that the legal title of the 
Butler school property on River street is still vested in the 
Town, and the Committee have unanimously voted to ask 
for an appropriation of $500 to repair the same. 

As this property must^ by the provisions ot the bequest, 
be used lor school purposes, else revert to the donor, the 
duty of the Committee is plain. 

In addition to the sums expended by the Local Commit- 
tees, as appears by their reports, there has been expended, 
generally for Incidental Expenses, the sum of $440.31, 
which does not appear in the local reports. 

Eespectfully submitted, 

H. M. CABLE, 

Chairman, 



EEPORT OF SCHOOLS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

Principal. —JOHN P. ELLIOT. 

Assistants. — Miss M, M. Coleman, Miss S, L. Miner, Miss C. L. Hill. 





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Neither absent nor tardy from January 1, to June 30.— Arthur V. Davis, Jennie 
M. Brooks, ^linor Roberts, Jennie H. Soule, Harry C. Farnsworth. 

Neither absent nor tardy from Septemberl, <o iJecenifter 31.— Martha L. Rich, Alice C. 
Bullard, Edward E. Badger, William M. Cannon, Harry C, Farnsworth, Josie How- 
ard, Abbie L. Wiggin, Sylvanus Cobb, Jr., Frank T. Brackett, George F. Eldridge, 
Henry G. Andrews, Everett W. Lewis, Walter F. Bryant, Arthur L. Hawes, George 
'V. Hodges, Nellie P. Jenkins. 

Neither absent nor tardy for the year.—KATij C. Farnsworth. 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 



January 1, 

to June 29, 

1883. 


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Class XII. 


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Mary E. Rogers 

Mary E.Rogers 

Mary E. Rogers 


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29 
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26 

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76 

79 
74 


96 
96 

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VI. 


E. W. Cross.... 


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VII. 


L. D. Bunker... 


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VIII. 


L. D. Bunker... 


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XI. 


M. E. Bertram. 


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M. V. Rooney... 


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43.2 


37.4 


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E. H. Sears.... 


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49.7 


44.8 


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VI. 


E. W. Cross.... 


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VII. 


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L. D. Bunker... 


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31 


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XI. 


J. E. Donovan. 


48 


44 


40 


90.9 


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" X. 


S. A. Crosby... 


42 


39.5 


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99 


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XI. 


M. E. Bertram. 


51 


48 


42 


87.6 


98.7 


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M. V. Eooney... 


52 


48 


42.8 


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XII. 


E. H. Sears ... 


49 


44.8 


41 


91.7 


99.5 


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Perfect in attendance from January 1 to June 30, 1883. — Martin Foley, Patrick 
Broderick, Harry Austin, Thomas Devine, Emma Towne, Willie Towne. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31, 1883. — Cliarles Stack, Ella 
Towne, Mary Conroy, Mary Meegan, Harry Austin, Thomas Cogan, Willie Daley, 
Fanny Hawkins, Edna Stevens, Katie Kingston. 

Perfect in attendance for the 2/ear.— Sarah McDonough, Harry Crowley, Patrick 
Broderick, Harry Austin. 



121 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 



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82 


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41 


37 


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49 


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86 


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Perfect m attendance from JanuoTy 1 to June SO, 1883. — Vernon Ramsdell, Charles 
Yeaton, Florence E. Hopkins, Stella Hopkms, Charles Corbett, Edward Kibler, 
George Reynolds, William Yeaton, Addie Goss, Ida Rudolph. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31, 1883.— Henry Heydacker, 
Frank W. Coan, Bertie Day, Frank Rogers, Winnie Tuckernian, Frank Waters, 
Kedford S. Watson. Daniel C. Richardson, Alice Williams, Charles Balkam, Mary 
Sullivan, Alida Arentzec, Alexander Corbett, Clarence Curtis, Alice Forbes, Daniel 
Gallagher, Mary Gray, Henry Higgins, George Kurd, Electra M, Heaton, Warren S. 
Reynolds. 

Perfect in attendance during the 2/ear.— Lina IngersoU, Herbert Jenkins, Sadie 
Ingersoll. 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 



Jan. 1 to June 30, 1S83. 



Class, 

V. 

VI. 

VII, 

ViII. 

IX. 

X. 

XI. 

XII. 



V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. 

XI. 

XII. 



Henry F. Howard 

Henry F. Howard 

Annie L. Howe 

riattie E. Adams 

Matilda H. P. Cushinj 
Hattie F. Packard.... 
Jennie S. Hammond.,. 
Helen A. Perry " 

Sept. 1, to Dec. 31, 1883. 

Henry F. Howard 

Henvy F. Howard 

Annie L.Howe 

Hattie E.Adams 

Matilda H. P. Uushinj 

Hattie F. Packard 

Jennie S. Hammond.. 
Helen A. Perry 



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92.7 


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Perfect in attendance from January 1 to June 30, 1883.— Willie Eustis, Jesse Swinton, 
Ethel Barker, Rosa Morrell, Walter Smith. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31, 1883,— Grace Aldrich, Eddie 
Cochran, Marion Blake, Frank Howard, Annie Raynes, Willie Eustis, Nettie Frost, 
Charles Swinton, Jessie Swinton, Harry Norris, Louise Elliot, Charles Andrews, Eva 
Barker, Ethel Barker, Willie Carberg, John Frame, Fred. Frost, Rosa Morrell, Fred. 
Stevens, Eva Ryan, Willie Tomlinson, Fred. Whipple, Josie Andrews, Willie Carberg, 
Robbie Kendall, Wilhe Swinton, Ada Barker, Louie Marr, Willie Pring, Arthur 
Howard, Blanche Tomlinson. 

Perfect in attendance durina the j/ear.- Willie Eustis, Jessie Swinton, Ethell barker, 
Rosa Morrell, Walter Smith. 



123 
GREW SCHOOL. 



Jan. 1 to 

Jiiue 30, 

1S83. 



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IX. 

X. 

XI. 

X. XII. 

XII. 

Sept. 1 to 
Dec. 31. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

X. IX. 

X. 

XI. 

XI.XII. 

XII. 



NAMES OF TEACHERS. 



Frank H.Dean 

Frank H.Dean 

Fannie J. Emerson 

Lucina Dunbar 

Florence E. Leadbeater, 

M.A.Alexander 

Genevieve Brainard — 

Ella J. Stocking 

Leila E. Perry 

Frank H.Dean 

Annie Clark 

Fannie J. Emerson 

LncinaDunbar , 

Clara F. Hall 

Jennie H. Soule 

Fannie E. Harlow 

Genevieve B:'ainard.... 

Agnes J. Campbell 

Leila E. Perry 



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Perfect in attendance from January 1 to JMne30, 18S3.— Kosa Hughes, Fred. Rich, 
Ellis Littlefleld, Hildreth McFarland, Leonard Wood, Edward Bryant, Ferdinamd 
Alexander, Augustus Clark, August Swanstrom, William Higbee, Frank Houston, 
Fred. Lincoln, Lillie McDonough, Edith Higbee, Lyda Scott, Mamie Knight, Paul 
Caduc, Lizzie Sweeney. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to ZJecemfier 31, 1883.— Mary Cannon, Nellie 
Duggan, Willie Horn, Walter Holmes, Eva Shaw, Bertha Kubasch, Hildreth McFar- 
land, Howard Noyes, John Sears, Dora Snow, Susie Waldron, Fred. Wood, Eddie 
Hall, Edith Farnsworth, Lilla Harlow, Wallace Collins, Blanche Whittier, Bertram 
Huggins, James Rooney, Mabel Snow, Joseph Gettro, Arthur Gorman, William Hig- 
bee, Fred. Blasdale, Elmer Fowler, Edith Higbee, Florence Holmes, Harry McFar- 
land, James Ryan, Susie Sanborn, Laura Rollins, Mary Rooney, Mary McDonough, 
Nettie Farnsworth, John McMillan. Harry Tuttle, Willie Bleakie, Alice Fowler, 
Charles Higbee, Josie Rooney, Nellie Loltus, Harry Higbee; Charles Lawson, Augus- 
tus Clark. 

Perfect in attendance during the 2/ear.— William Higbee, Edith Higbee, Augustus 
Clark, Hildreth McFarland. 



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PAGE. 

Applicants for aid 41 

Appropriation for the current year 52 

Assessors, Report of. 48 

Auditor's certificate 54 

Births 55 

Board of Health, Report of 45 

Building Streets 35 

By-Laws 69 

Child and Cleveland sti-eets, appropriation for 36 

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

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

Deaths 60 

DebtofTown ,. 52 

Educational Statistics 119 

Engineers, Report of 13 

Expenditures, Detailed statement of 17 

" for the current year 52 

Fire Department 31 

" " List of officers 16 

Fires, List of .' 15 

Fuel and Janitors (Schools) 18 

Highways, Selectmen's report of 5 

" Expenditures on 29 

Incidentals, Expenditures for 26 

Land Damages 36 

Marriages 56 

Massachusetts School Fund, Expenditures from Income of. 20 

New Streets, Expenditures foi 35 

Officers, List of Town 3 

Overseers of Poor, Report of 39 

Persons aided by town. List of. 41 

Police, Expenditures for 30 

Police Report 11 

Poor, Expenditures on account of 33 

Public Library, Expenses of 25 

" " Report of Treasurer of .• 68 

" " " Trusteesof 65 

Salaries of Town Officers 37 

Schools (Teachers' Salaries) 17 

School Committee, Report of 103 

School Incidental Expenses 21 

Sealer of Weights and Measures, Report of. 44 

Selectmen , Report of 5 

Sinking Fund, Report of Commissioners of 53 

Street Lights 33 

Taxation, rate of 48 

Tax Payers, List of Resident 77 

" " Non-Resident... 93 

Town Clerk, Report of '. ... 55 

Town Treasurer, Report of • 50