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Seventeenth Annual Report 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



Town of Hyde Park, 



REPORTS OF THE SELECTMEN, TRUSTEES OF THE PUBLIC 

LIBRARY, THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE, AND 

OTHER TOWN OFFICERS, 



YEAE ENDING JANUAEY 31, 1885. 




HYDE PARK: 

PRESS OF THE HYDE PARK TIMES. 
1885. 

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OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK, 

For the Year endmg March 2, 188^. 



SELECTMEN AND SUKVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS: 

HENRY C. STARK, D. W. C. ROGERS, SAMUEL COCHRAN. 



ASSESSORS : 
JOEL F. GOODWIN, GEORGE SANFORD, CHARLES HALEY. 



JOEL F. GOODWIN, 



BOARD OF health: 

GEO. F. DOWNES, 



CHARLES C. HAYES. 



OVERSEERS OP THE POOR: 

JOEL F. GOODWIN . . . . . term expires 1885. 

JOHN TERRY ...... term expires 1886. 

GEORGE B. WARREN term expires 1887. 



TOWN clerk: 

HENRY B. TERRY. 



TOWN TREASURER: 

HENRY S. BUNTON. 



collector of taxes: 
GEORGE SANFORD. 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE: 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON 
GEORGE M. FELLOWS 
HOBART M. CABLE 
HENRY S BUNTON 
CHARLES G. CHICK 
ANDREW WASHBURN . 



HENRY GREW 
WILLIAM J. STUART 
HENRY BLASDALE 



term expires 1885. 
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term expires 1887. 



SINKING FUND COMMISSIONERS: 



term expires 1885. 
term expires 1886. 
term expires 1887. 



AUDITORS : 

WALLACE J). LOVELL, CHARLES P. VAUGHAN, 

JOHN H. RUSSELL. 



TRUSTEES OF THE 

EDWIN C. ALDRICH 
AMOS H. BRAINARD . 
CHARLES C. HAYES 
EDWARD M. LANCASTER 
G. FRED GRIDLEY 
EDMUND DAVIS 
SYLVANUS COBB, Jr. . 
HENRY B. MINER 
HOBART M. CABLE 



PUBLIC library: 

term expires 1885. 
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term expires 1887. 



CONSTABLES : 

CHARLES E. JENNEY, PATRICK J. DONLAN, 

DANIEL O'CONNELL, GEORGE SANFORD, 

GEORGE F. DOWNES, JEREMIAH CORBETT, 

WILLIAM F. CURTIS, JAMES F. PEPPEARD. 

FREDERICK S. SULLIVAN (resigned.) 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND SIEASURES : 

MERRILL UNDERHILL. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT: 

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



REPORT OF THE SELECTMEN. 



Fellow Citizens: — 

In accordance with custom, we herewith present you the 
report of the receipts and expenditures for the past year, to- 
gether with the report of the other town officials, town by- 
laws, list of ta:^-payers, and such other matters as may be 
of interest. 

HIGHWAYS AND SIDEWALKS. 

At the commencement of the year a careful survey of the 
highways was made, with the idea of using the appropriation 
at our command for the best interests of the town. And with 
that end in view, we have endeavored to expend the amount 
appropriated in such localities as have seemed to us to be for 
the general good. 

And in the first place we thought the time had arrived 
when a systematic commencement should be made with the 
idea of bettering our sidewalks, consequently a contract was 
made with E. G. Kittredge of Milford, N. H., for the purchase 
of curb-stone. After visiting Ouincy, Sharon and other 
places, we found we could get the stone from New Hamp- 
shire at a much less price delivered, than from any 
other source. With the above facts, a system was started 
by commencing in the square between the two depots, and 
putting in curb-stone in all places between these points^ with 
the exception of a short distance in the square, which was on 
account of the failure of the contractor to furnish the stone in 
proper season. And right here it might be well to say that 
on account of the dilatory manner in which the stone was 



famished, in not coming along in the time we had contem- 
plated, causes that, which seems to be an excess of the ap- 
propriation, which, when taking into consideration, the fact 
that there is a balance due the town of over $400 from the 
abuttors which has not been collected, the work not being 
fully completed. However, we feel that a system has 
been started, which should be continued on all of our 
main thoroughfares at first, and then be extended to 
the other and less frequented streets, to the end, that the pas- 
sage of foot passengers, may be made more convenient, also 
as a matter of economy. We would recommend that in the 
future a separate appropriation should be made, so that the 
Surveyors of Highways may be able to know just how far 
they can go, or in other words, that they may be able to 
make contracts for the best interests of the town. For in- 
stance, if it could be known in the month of January of fhe 
year preceding the work to be done, there is no doubt but 
the contract for stone could be made at a saving of from _ 
10 to 20 per cent. 

We submit herewith in tabulated forma list of the abuttors, 
fronting whose estates edge-stones have been placed and 
sidewalks constructed, showing the expense of stone, con- 
crete, etc., with the amounts assessed to the abuttors, the 
amounts paid and due. No bills have been rendered or de- 
mands made where the sidewalks have not been completed. 
Although the edge stones are in position, as in the case of 
Dr. Webster, Real Estate and Building Co., A. E. Giles, 
Chas. Haley and H. S. Bunton, trustee. In some cases as 
the table shows, where the expenses of stone and concrete 
were nearly equal, the abuttors paid directly to Mr. K. W. 
Dodge for concrete, and the town paid for the stone, saving 
so far as such abuttors v/ere concerned any complication of 
accounts. We are pleased to note a manifest disposition 
on the part of several of these abuttors, to keep the side- 
walks in front of their estates, free and clear of snow and ice, 



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much to the comfort and convenience of all who have occa- 
sion to use them. 



J. S. Conant 

Christ Church 

A. B. Giles 

A. S. Raymond 

1st Congregational Soc'y 

Amos Webster 

Charles H. Tucker 

Robert Bleakie 

Henry S. Bunton, Trus. . 
Real Est. & Building Co. 

Charles Haley 

J. W. Buck 

Charles G. White 

Martha Hopkirk 

Henry A. Rich 

Jane Loomis 

Boynton & Rogers 

Mary J. Stark 

S. C. Putnam 

1st Baptist Church 

C. C.Shaw 



Stone. 



$1.52 7.5 
149 00 
109 02 
88 52 
88 07 
SI 50 
72 03 
65 97 
01 75 
45 50 
43 55 
43 02 
36 70 
32 50 
29 25 
27 62 
22 75 
20 15 
9 07 



Con- 
crete. 



$188 40 
107 SO 

71 60 

82 00 

44 20 
64 60 



43 00 
35 20 
34 00 
31 50 
6 00 
23 94 



.50 00 
IS 00 



Total. 



$341 15 
256 80 
109 02 
160 12 
170 07 

84 50 
116 23 
130 57 

61 75 

45 50 
43 55 

85 02 
71 90 
66 50 
60 75 
33 62 

46 69 
20 15 

9 07 
50 00 
18 00 



Assess- 
ed. 



5170 57 
128 40 
54 51 
80 06 
85 03 
42 25 
58 11 
65 28 
30 87 

22 75 
21 77 
42 51 

33 25 

16 81 

23 34 
10 07 

4 53 

25 00 

9 00 



$94 20 



71 60 

82 00 



44 20 



21 00 
35 20 
33 25 
31 50 

11 97 



25 00 
9 00 



Paid 

Town. 



$8 46 
3 03 



13 91 

65 28 



16 81 
11 37 



Due the 
Town. 



$76 37 

128 40 

54 51 



42 25 



30 87 
22 75 
21 77 
21 51 



10 07 
4 53 



In relation to highways, that part of River street, between 
the Paper Mill and the Boston line, was given a thorough coat- 
ing of gravel, and the old culvert near the Paper Mill was re- 
built in a satisfactory manner, so that instead of being one of 
the worst places in our highways, it has become one of the best. 
In connection with this it should be said, that the New 
York & New England Railroad Co. were notified to put the 
approaches to the bridge near the River Street Station, in 
a better condition, which they have complied with. But the 
same cannot be said in relation to the crossings at Readville, as 
they have been repeatedly called upon to place it in better 
condition, which they have failed to do. This crossing is 
neither satisfactory to the Town Officials or to the surround- 
ing residents. 

Some twelve years ago, the County Commissioners relaid 
out River street from Boston to Dedham line, and ordered 
the Town to complete the same in accordance with the de- 
cree. That portion from the square to Metropolitan avenue 



was finished, and that portion from the square to Dedham 
line never has been. For different reasons, first, it was felt, 
that at sometime, the Boston & Providence Railroad Com- 
pany would raise its bridge, and so far .as the immediate 
vicinity was concerned, it would be better to wait until the 
completion of this work, so as to conform the grading. Sec- 
ond, the financial condition of the Town did not warrant the 
expense. But this year, the bridge having been completed, 
and in such a manner, that it left a large depression in the high- 
way on the southwesterly side of the bridge, to the extent 
that something had to be done as a matter of drainage, 
etc., and it was thought best by your Selectmen to cut 
off the knoll in front of the Partridge estate, and to bring 
such part of the material forward, and fill up the hollow, 
caused by the raising of the bridge, this with the extremely 
low price for which the work was offered to be done $900, 
and such surplus stone as was not used in the construc- 
tion of the street, induced the Selectmen to make a begin- 
ning in changing of the grade of River street as decreed by 
the County Commissioners. And also in connection with 
this it became necessary to lower the grade of business street, 
opposite the B. & P. Railroad depot, some three feet. 

As to the drainage of Gordon avenue, nothing has been 
done as the matter had been referred to the town, and by its 
vote had refused to change the grade, but it is the opinion 
of the Board that something should be done for the relief of 
those living on the street, both for the purpose of drainage 
and convenience. 

At the River Street Bridge in Readville, the abuttment on 
the southerly side fell in, and had to be replaced with a new 
one, which was done in a satisfactory manner and will prob- 
ably last for some time to come. Readville street from the 
corner of River to Charles street was thoroughly rebuilt and 
put in good condition. This street is one of which the 
Selectmen, in years past, had numerous complaints, and we 



think has been benefitted to the satisfaction of all concerned. 
In the Sunnyside district the advantage of doing thorough 
work has been demonstrated and the work of the years past 
needing but very little outlay. These streets, with the ex- 
ception of Thompson street, which needs to be rebuilt, and 
which w^ould have been done this year had the amount at our 
disposal been adequate, but as it was, we made it passable, 
with the exception of this street and the extension of Glen- 
wood avenue, the streets of Sunnyside are in a very good 
condition. 

WEST STREET. 
Hillside, and that portion of West street, west of Hyde 
Park avenue, was repaired in a thorough manner, which? 
from the springy nature of the ground and a long continued 
neglect, had become quite impassable at, certain seasons of 
the year, a-nd consequently as far as practicable it was put in 
thorough condition. . - , 

WILLIAMS AVENUE. 
On the lower end of this street the grade was made to con- 
form to the original plan as laid out and accepted by the 
town. A new paved gutter was placed in position, and the 
fences moved back and the street widened. This has been 
left in rather an incomplete condition in consequence of the 
lateness of the season when the work was commenced, and 
should be completed as early in the spring as possible. And 
we think it would be advisable for the town to settle in 
the near future the question of drainage for this avenue. 
As is well known the town has had numerous contentions 
with one of the abutters on said street, and now it becomes 
necessary to send a police officer with the workmen to re- 
move obstructions in a certain drain which is placed there 
under a claim of right, and it seems to us that this matter 
should be settled either by a change of grade, or in some 
satisfactory manner. 



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FAIRMOUNT AVENUE. 

This street at the northerly corner of Summit street, has 
been widened some five or six feet. Mrs. Ruth S. Blake free- 
ly giving the land for so doing, so that now there is a good 
sidewalk fronting on her estate, where before there was but a 
very narrow path, and it onl)^ needs a coating of dry loose 
gravel to complete this much needed improvement. 

There has also been put down a concrete gutter on this 
avenue at its junction with Pond street, with a corner edge 
stone, thus greatly improving the highway at this point, as to 
drainage and otherwise. 

DANA AVENUE. 
In consequence of this street having been torn up the pre- 
ceding year for the purpose of laying a drain-pipe to carry off 
the water which was constantly overflowing this highway 
from the lands of the Real Estate and Building Co., thereby 
causing considerable expense, which, by the way, was done 
jointly by the town and the said company, and having been 
left in an unfinished condition, it was deemed necessary to 
smooth over, shape up the sidewalk somewhat, and partially 
gravel the same which has been done. 

WINTER STREET. 

This street has been regraded at the suggestion of the 
Board of Health, and is now much better as regards con- 
venience, and as a sanitary measure. 

BACK STREET. 

This is an old street running from River street, near the 
Paper Mill, to the Boston line. It having been brought to our 
our attention that it was in a dangerous condition, and very 
much in need of either a discontinuance or repairs, it was 
thought best by this Board to put it in a safe condition, 
as it is, with proper repairs, one ol the most direct and easy 



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ways connecting Hyde Park with the cemeteries of Boston. 
This, with the understanding, that the Boston authorities 
proposed putting their part of the street in proper repair. 
The Selectmen have had it put in a respectable condition by 
cu'tting the bushes and trees at the sides, and removing 
the large stone from the roadway, in fact, making it passable. 

CHILD AND CLEVELAND STREETS. 

The appropriation of $ioDo for the payments of bills con- 
tracted the year previous, and the completion of the work, 
as will be seen by a reference to the itemized account, remains 
partially unexpended in consequence of being unable to 
bring the matter of Talbot vs. Town of Hyde Park to a settle- 
ment. Mr. Talbot claims much more than the Selectmen 
thought justly due, consequently no settlement has been 
made. These streets were made and rebuilt under the "Bet- 
terment Act," and the streets have been completed and 
assessments upon the abuttors to the amount of $1576.00 
have been made. 

CENTRAL PARK AVENUE. 

This work was done in accordance with a vote of the town 
and for the protection of the residents of Green street, also to 
relieve the toAvn of liability for drainage to private property 
in consequence of the town draining this avenue and River 
street onto land opposite the Providence depot. The con- 
tract was awarded to Mr. John Dunn after being in competi- 
tion with numerous other contractors, and his contract only 
applied to the roadway and sidewalk, which was done in a 
fairly satisfactory manner. The grading of the estates was 
done by the town by the day, and the sum appropriated was 
found to be insufficient, but after commencing the work 
it was thought best to complete it. By so doing sat- 
isfactory settlements could be made with the abuttors. This 
improvement has been of great benefit to the residents of 



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Green street and made a much more symetrical street of 
Central Park avenue, together with reheving the town of 
Habihty of damage, on account of drainage. 



MILTON STREET. 

On this street a new sidewalk has been completed on the 
easterly side for quite a distance, so as to make it passable for 
foot passengers. The centre of the street is badly worn and 
in need of repairs. 

OTHER MATTERS. 

Besides this specified work, there has been a great deal of 
general repairs, such as repairing gutters and in some places 
■putting in new ones, mending roadways, building and repair- 
ing fences along the roadways, repairing street signs, and va- 
rious other small items too numerous to mention. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

As will be noticed by a reference to the report of the engi- 
neers of this department, our town has been remarkably free 
from fires during the past year, and we take pleasure in say- 
ing that in our opinion Hyde Park has a department second 
to no town of her size in the Commonwealth, both as to the 
assortment of apparatus, discipline and ability of its members, 
and when the means for obtaining water such as are prom- 
ised in the near future by the Hyde Park Water Co. are com- 
pleted, the town will be amply provided for the protection 
of its property. 

BOARD OF HEALTH. 

It will be noticed- by reference to the report of the same 
that they have attended to their duties with more than their 
usual vigor, which no doubt was necessary on account of the 
growing age of the town and the consequent increased 
amount of sewage and other matters deleterious to the public 



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health. The expense of which has had to be met by the Se- 
lectmen from the incidental and highway appropriations as i.ot 
contemplated by them, and in the future we would recom- 
mend a separate appropriation to the end, that they (the 
Board of Health) might know to what extent the town wish 
them to go in their improvements. 

POLICE. 

The duties devolving upon this department under the man- 
agement of the same efficient chief, as during the past few 
years have been performed to our entire satisfaction, so far as 
the means provided would justify. "The No License vote," 
of the town and laws in reference thereto have been enforced, 
as thoroughly we think, as could be expected, besides which 
officer Jenney has found an abundance of work in other di- 
rections calling for his time and personal attention, often ex- 
tending his days far into the night. Officer Donlan has been 
faithful in the performance of his duty, (that of night watch- 
man) as we gladly testify. 

It is the opinion of this Board that in the near future this 
department should receive a more careful consideration on 
the part of the town. For it seems to us hardly fair to think 
or expect that any one officer alone can guard or protect all 
points in our town either by day or by night. We feel justi- 
fied in calling your attention to this matter, as we think with 
many of our fellow citizens that a larger force should be pro- 
vided for. 

A statement more in detail of the workings of this force 
may be found by referring to the report of the Chief of Police 
herewith annexed. 

STREET LIGHTS. 

The same plan as for several years past has been adopted 
for lighting our streets, viz : iri part by gas furnished by the 
Dedham and Hyde Park Gas Light Co. (at a stipulated price 



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of twenty dollars per lamp per year,) and in part by naphtha 
or oil lamps. Regarding the latter part of our system, so 
much complaint has been made during the past year that we 
have endeavored to remedy this difficulty by a change from 
the system of the "Globe Gas Light Co," (naphtha) to that 
of the "Wheeler Reflector Co." (kerosene oil,) the contract 
price being five and one-half cents per lamp, per night, the 
company making all glass repairs ; and we are satisfied that the 
change has been a good one, that the town has had better lights 
than by the former method, besides making quite a saving in ex- 
pense. Yet with the lamps properly trimmed and the lanterns 
otherwise properly cared for the improvement would be still 
greater and more in accordance with our expectations. The 
lights in the Readville district evidence better care and attention 
than do those in other parts of the town thereby showing 
more nearly the service we anticipated from the contract en- 
tered into with this company. Perhaps with greater exper- 
ience better service may be rendered, provided the town see 
fit to continue this system of street lighting. 

The term of these contracts expire June ist and July 9th, 

1885. 

Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY C. STARK, 
D. W. C. ROGERS, 
SAMUEL COCHRAN, 

Board of Selectinen. 



POUCE REPORT. 



To the Board of Selectmen : 

■ Gentlemen, — I have the honor to submit my third annual 
report of the PoHce Department, for the year ending January 
31st, 1885. The following is a record of the arrests for the 
year commencing February ist, 1884, and ending February 
1st, 1885 : — 

Liquor Nuisance .' . .12 

Drunkenness .30 

Common Drunkard 1 

Assault 20 

Breaking Glass 2 

Violation Town By-Laws 3 

Evading Car Fare 5 

Larceny . 2 

Disobedient Children 2 

Vagrants 14 

Tramps . . , . . . . . . , . 1 

92 

Number of search warrants for intoxicating liquors . . • 7 

Cases reported and investigated without arrest .... 120 

Arrested and turned over to Officers from other places . . 6 

Defects in streets and sidewalks reported ..... 14 

In addition to the above 1108 travellers have been lodged 
in the lock-up over night, being discharged the following day. 

A determined effort has been made to suppress the sale of 
intoxicating liquors, and I think with good success. The dif- 
ficulty of procuring evidence sufficient to convict, is little un- 



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derstood by those without experience in such work, and with 
only one officer for all work, it sometimes happens that all 
the time demanded in the care of a particular case cannot be 
given. The officer detailed as night-watchman has given all 
the aid and assistance in his power, but his time is nearly all 
taken up by his regular duties. The other police officers 
considering the fact that they receive no compensation except 
on special occasions, and all are engaged in other occupa- 
tions, have rendered all the assistance in their power. 



CHARLES E. JENNEY, 

Chief of Police ajid Keeper of Lock-up. 



■"""ENGINEERS' REPORT. "■«'*"'^ 



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- •Engineers' Room, H. P. F. Dep't, > 
;. ;: -Hyde Park, Jan. 31, 1885. > 

To' ike Honorable Board of Selectmen : — 

Gentlemen: — We present herewith our report of this de- 
partment for the year ending Jan. 31, 1885. During this 
time the town has been remarkably free from any serious fires ; 
still we have fortunately escaped from some, by which, but for 
early discovery, might have been very disastrous. 

The membership of the companies is full with few changes 
during the year. - 

The Steamers are in perfect repair, as also is the Chemical 
Engine, and the Hose Carriage. 

We have replaced the old Hook and Ladder Truck with a 
new one, at a cost of $500, and have made a good disposal of 
the old one, exchanging it with the payment of $300, for 500 
feet of first-class hose. 

We have also added two set of swinging harness, one to 
Steamer 2, the other to the Hook and Ladder Truck, which in- 
creases the efficiency of the apparatus very much. 

We have also replaced several of the old ladders, with some 
more suited to the needs of the department. 

The equipment of the department is as follows : 2 Steam 
Engines, 2 Hose Carriages, i Chemical Engine, i Hook and 
Ladder Truck, i Fuel Wagon, and 4 sets of Swinging Har- 
ness, 500 feet of new cotton hose, 3000 feet of cotton hose, 
from one to five years old, in good condition, and about lOOO 
feet of leather hose entirely unfit for use. 



In closing this report, we can say with much gratification, 
that we believe Hyde Park has as efficient a Fire Department, 
both in men and apparatus, as any town in the State. 

Appended to this report you will find a list of the officers 
and men attached to each company, and also a list of alarms 
and fires, during the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. W. HILTON, 

Chief Engineer. 
C. L. FARNSWORTH, 
F. A. SWEET, 

Assistant Engineers. 



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The following is a li^t of the officers of the several companies, 
together with the number of men in the employ of the department: 

Goodwill Steam Fike Exgine Co., No. 1. 

A. R. WILLIAMS, Foreman. 

W. H. PLUMMER, Assistant 'Fc«-eJnan. 

I. W. BULLAR0, Clerk. 

C. H. WANDLASS, Treasurer. - 

H. E. HUNT, Engineman, an.cl nine men. 



Rough ANBrErESiyT STEABrFiRE Engine Co.-, No. 2. 

STEWART Mckenzie, Foreman. [:; 

F. T. GREENLOW, Assistant Foreman. 
J. H. McKENNA, Clerk. 

JAMES A. GUINAN, Treasurer. i] 

G. V. McDOUGALD, Engineman, and nine men. 



Chemical Engine Co., No. 1 

H. G. BALK AM, Foreman. 

ARTHUR STOREY, Clerk. 

H. G. BALKAM, Treasurer. 

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



; Hook; AND Ladder Co., No. 1. S 

WILLIAM M. WISWALL, Foreman. : < 
CHARLES F. GRAHAM, Assistanc Foreman?' 
D. H. COOEY, Clei'k and Treasurer, and nine men. 



Number of Firemen .........>.. 45 



JOSHUA WILDER, Steward of the Department. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH, 



In making the annual report, the Board of Health finds it 
difficult to condense in the limited space allowed in the 
Toi'wn Report what it has done and what it has left undone in 
the sanitary work of the town. As the people become more 
enlightened on sanitary subjects, the demand for work on the 
part of the Board of Health increases proportionally. It is 
with great pleasure that Ave acknowledge the assistance and 
hearty cooperation of nearly all of the citizens in the work 
of cleansing the town. With hardly an exception, all seem 
to see the importance of abating nuisances to prevent sick- 
ness. We have superintended the cleaning out of over two 
hundred cesspools and privy-vaults. We have granted thirty 
licenses for keeping swine, and only three have been revoked 
on account of complaints. Nuisances have been abated on 
several open lots, where ashes, rubbish and filth had been 
allowed to accumulate. The Whipple block, Everett block, 
Holway blocks, Lincoln House, and many other places have 
been carefully cleaned and ventilated, with the hearty coop- 
eration of the owners. The ditches in the rear of Green- 
wood's farm have been re-opened to prevent the accumula- 
tion of sta:gnant water on the marshes in the neighborhood. 
The drains in the rear of Green street, which have been ob- 
structed by earth and rubbish, have been re-opened. The 
Selectmen, at the suggestion of the Board," did good sanitary 
work in grading and making over Winter street, where the 
water overflowed the cellars of several houses. Barry court, 
near Carter's coal yard, was made passable by filling up with 



gravel. This was done by the town, J. B. Carter assisting. 
On WilHams avenue it was found difficult to get rid of sink- 
water; many persons made sink-drains to run into the brook 
passing under a culvert on Water street, then through Mr. W« 
J. Stuart's grounds to the Neponset river. The bad smell 
near the culvert was complained of, and the public nuisance 
was abated ; so now the stream is clear, and there is no disa- 
greeable odor from the brook. 

The Board were obliged to abate a nuisance existing 
between West River and Childs streets. This land is low, 
and stagnant water was found in an old ditch. We" had it 
cleaned out thoroughly, and connected with the Cleveland 
street drain. 

In some parts of the town, where the ground is low and 
wet, it is quite difficult, without great expense to private 
parties, to keep the cesspools emptied. This trouble will 
continue until sewerage is introduced. Many parts of our 
town are thickly settled, and to prevent the accumulation of 
nuisances as the town becomes more populous is a question 
demanding consideration and action. It is to be hoped that 
water will be soon introduced, and then the demand for a 
system of sewerage will become more urgent, because more 
water will be used. Many think if we only obtain water we 
can wait some time before it will be necessary to have sewer- 
age. It would be desirable and cheaper to have all the work 
done together. 

We suggest that great care and attention should be given 
to cellars. They should be kept clean and ventilated daily. 
No heap of ashes, garbage, (jr any kind of dirt, should be 
allowed to remain in the cellar, for they are. sure to generate 
noxious gases, which ascend through all the rooms up to the 
attic. 

In the month of August alarming accounts were published 
in several newspapers that an epidemic of glanders had 
broken out among the horses of O'Brien's circus. Citizens 



2.1 



applied to the Board of Health to make a thorough examhia- 
tion of the horses before they were allowed to go through 
the streets of Hyde Park. We employed Dr. John A. Soule, 
veterinary surgeon, to examine carefully every horse belong- 
ing to the circus. Seeing how thoroughly the work was done, 
we felt safe in giving Mr. O'Brien a permit to make an exhi- 
bition of his horses, barring one or two suspected animals, 
which were quarantined. 

We think that the sanitary work accomplished this year 
has prevented much sickness. We are certainly under obli- 
gations to the physicians for their advice and cooperation in 
the good work. They have reported twenty-three cases of 
diphtheria, with only six deaths ; eighty-nine cases of scarlet 
fever, and only one death, which occurred from a malignant 
type of the disease : eleven cases of typhoid fever, and only 
one death. 

Where the houses are in such close proximity as in Hyde 
Park, the well water must necessarily become contaminated 
from the cesspools and privy-vaults. Dr. Hammond, the 
distinguished authority in sanitary matters, says that a cess- 
pool should be at least one hundred feet from the well. 
Here they are often less than ten feet. There is no doubt 
that both wells and cesspools are a nuisance in Hyde Park. 
We advise that filtered cistern water be used, if it can possi- 
bly be obtained. 

There seems to be little question in regard to the visitation 
of cholera the coming season. We have all along, in our 
sanitary work, l\ad this in anticipation, and hence our task 
has been greater. There is a great deal of work yet to be 
done. It has taken nearly all of the time of some one of 
the Board to do the necessary work, and still much is left 
undone. 

As many persons have not seen the sanitary regulations 
adopted by the Board of Health in April, we add them to 
the report. 



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REGULATIONS. 

Public Statutes, Chapter 80, Section* 18. — The Board of Health 
of a town shall make such regulations as it judges necessary for the 
public health and safety, respecting nuisances, sources of filth and 
causes of sickness within its town. Whoever violates any such regula- 
tion shall forfeit a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars. 

In accordance with the foregoing provision of law, this Board adopts 
the following regulations, which will be strictly enforced:— 

Regulation 1. — No person will be permitted to keep any swine 
within the limits of the town of Hyde Park without a written permit 
from the Board of Health. 

Regulation 2. — No person shall place, or cause to be placed, or by 
any means empty, or cause to be emptied, any sewage, the drainage of 
any sink or stable, or the content'^; of any cesspool or privy well, in pr 
upon any public street or way of this town. 

Regulation 3. — No person shall remove, or carry in or through any 
of the streets, lanes or avenues, places or alleys, within the town of 
Plyde Park, the contents of any cesspool, vault, privy, or privy well, 
unless a permit be granted by the Board of Health. 

Public Statutes, Chapter 80, Section 79.— When a physician 
knows that a person whom he is called to visit is infected with small 
pox, or any other disease dangerous to the public health, he shaH imme- 
diately give notice thereof to the Selectmen or Board of Health of the 
town ; and if he refuses or neglects to give such notice, he shall forfeit 
for each offence not less than fifty nor more than one hundred dollars. 

Regulation 4. — The following diseases are considered contagious 
and dangerous to the public health : — Small Pox, Diphtheria, Scarfet 
Fever, and Typhoid Fever. 

The Board intends, b}^ personal supervision, to see that the above 
regulations are carried out, and desires the inhabitants of Hyde Park 
to assist in the work of frequently cleaning oat the cesspools and 
removing all noxious matter from their premises. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOEL F. GOODWIN, Chairman, - 

GEORGE F. DOWNES, 

C.C. HAYES, M. D., Secretary, 

Board of Health. 



REPORT OF OVERSEERS OF POOR. 



In rendering a statement of the affairs of this department 
we have mainly to repeat the statements of former years, — 
that a certain number of poor persons residing here and 
with settlements on this town have been aided to a greater or 
less extent, and that certain others, who have been perhaps only 
transient residents here, have also called for aid and have been 
helped at the expense of other towns or the state. In addition to 
these cases, we have also five persons who. are fully supported 
in the Insane Hospitals of the State at our expense, and four 
adults and eight children whom we have supported at other 
places, and a fifth adult supported during a part of the year. 

You will see by the appended statement that we have had to 
pay for the board of one of these adults at the rate of $4.00 
per week; another cost us $3.50 per week, while two others 
here in town have been supported for about $2 .00 per week each. 
For the children we have paid various prices ranging from 
$50.00 to $96.00 per year each, and we find that the institu- 
tions are gradually raising their charge as we present new 
cases. We also furnish clothing in addition to the above 
amounts. 

In view of these standing expenses and the expensive 
sicknesses of transient paupers which are regularly occur- 
ring, we still feel that something should be done towards 
establishing an almshouse in the town, and an exigency is 
quite likely to arise at any time, which will oblige the Over- 
seers to, at least for a time, provide themselves with some 
facilities of that character. 



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We take much pleasure in noting here the kindly act of a 
generous citizen, who placed in our hands ten dollars to be 
expended for Thanksgiving dinners for our poor. 

This thoughtful gift furnished the tables of a number who 
would otherwise have been by their poverty shut off from 
any enjoyment of the good cheer which is with us so in- 
separably associated with the Thanksgiving season. 



Whole number of persons aided 
Insane adults fully supported . 
Saae " '' " 

Children " " " 



Persons receiving temporary aid 
Tramps lodg-ed .... 



1,253 



18 

127 

1,108 



1,253 



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



FULLY SUPPORTED. 

Barrett, Sarah J. (Taunton Lunatic Hospital) . . ' 
Clapp, Clara E. " .... _ 

Conley, James (Quincy Poor Farm, July 30 to Dec. 5, '84) 
Crowley, Mary (Taunton Lun. Hospital died Feb. 23, '84) 
Gibbons, Kate (St. Vincent's Asylum) . 

" Mary M. " " ... 

Gillbutts, Elizabeth A 

Griffin, Michael and wife , . , . . 

Hammond, Henry W. (Taunton Lunatic Hospital) 
McCabe, Rose (Worcester Lunatic Hospital) . 

" • John Patrick (House of the Angel Guardian) 

" Rose 

" Sarah Jane 

Tierney, Delia (St. Vincent's Asylum) . . ". 
" John (House of Angel Guardian) 

" Thomas 

Withington, Louise (Quincy Poor Farm) 



$181 77 

173 61 

71 50 

39 68 

79 00 

79 00 

156 00 

204 01 

186 82 

188 12 

86 82 

52 30 

53 25 
33 00 

• 63 70 

17 00 

217 04 



$1,882 12 



27 



AIDED 



Bailey, Chas A. 




Natick . 


$51 35 


Bell, Leon 


6 


State 


8 00 


Campbell, Chloe E. . . 






2 00 


Clancy, Patrick 


6 




4 75 


Collins, Mary A. 


5 


Dedham 


156 50 


Conley, James {to July 30) 


4 




42 25 


Crawford, Anna S. . 




State 


52 70 


Dempsey, Bridget A. 


2 


. 


11 00 


Donovan, Mary & M. O'Brien 


. 


Holyoke . 


69 16 


Foley, Mary 


6 




88 55 


Fox, Catherine 


4 




91 75 


Gahagan Matthew . 




State 


3 80 


Lucy 


2 


. 


6 50 


Gill, Thomas . 






7 00 


Hanson, Lucretia Y. 




. 


5 00 


How, Margaret 


2 




16 00 


Jackson, Chas. E. 


4 




3 25 


Kivlen, Bridget 


6 


Walpole 


24 50 


Laird, Ellen 


6 


State 


10 72 


McCanaghy, Delia . 


3 


" 


10 00 


McCormack, Eugene 


3 


Boston . 


3 50 


Moriarty, James 


6 


Holyoke 


11 45 


Morrissey, Bridget . 




State 


6 00 


Murray, Anna 


3 




12 05 


Nugent, William 






5 00 


O'Leary, Mary 


3 




29 72 


Otis, Mary 


3 


(< 


13 00 


" Jennie F. 




'« 


4 00 


Parents, Anna F. 


2 


Boston . 


13 25 


Paul, Mary 


2 


State 


14 00 


Pring, Wra 




Springfield(?) 5 00 


Ralph, Thomas 


3 


Canton . 


8 00 


Riley, Mary A. 


4 


" 


3 00 


Rogers, Geo. P. 


3 




5 00 


Rourke, Ellen 


4 




104 80 


Schuschke, Ferdinand 


4 


State 


10 00 


Shedd, Wm. F. 


4 


Boston . 


1 50 


Slater, Edward . . ' 




State 


3 35 


Sullivan, Julia 




Lowell . 


10 00 


Tierney, John 


6 




77 07 


Martin 






17 17 



28 



Walsh, Ellen 




Newburyport 98 G5 


Weeden, Cornelius A. 


4 


Cambridge 14 00 


" Henry 


2 


Boston 20 25 


Wishard, Mary 




2 50 


Sundry persons 




11 61 


Tramps at Lockup . 




49 25 



Paid Dr. C. C. Hayes, Town Ph3'sician 

Travelling expenses and sundry fares 
Books, stationery and postage 
Advertising and sundries 
Repaii's on Happy Valley property 
Thanksgiving donation expenddl . 



L,217 90 
150 00 
13 67 
21 50 
16 55 
49 78 
10 00 



$3,361 52 



Deduct for charges to above persons ior medical 

attendance $27 50 

Deduct amounts included above for which bills are 

not yet presented . . . . . . 3 50 



Paid sundry bills incurred and reported in previous years 



31 00 

$3,330 52 
5 50 

$3,336 02 



Received, Appropriation . . . . . $3,000 00 

" from Commonwealth .... 199 00 

" " Cities and Towns . . , 472 13 

" Individuals 116 61 

" " Thankso-ivina: donation . . 10 00 



Surplus of receipts over year\s payments 
Sundry bills charged to this appropriation . 



!3,797 74 

$461 72 
94 46 



Net surplus . . . . . . . . . $367 26 

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

Overseers of Poor. 
Hyde Park, Jan. 31, 1885. 



THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL EEPORT 



OF THE 



HYDE PARK LIBRARY BOARD. 



The condition of the Pubhc Library is so well-known by 
our citizens generally, that beyond a few statistics, little can 
be said that is new. 

The new rooms now occupied appear to be all that can be 
desired, being centrally located, easy of access, of ample size 
for the present and prospective needs of the institution, and 
convenient in all respects. 

The liberal appropriation by the town for the past year, en- 
abled the Trustees to engage Miss Mary Hawley as perma- 
nent assistant to the Librarian, Mrs. H. A. B. Thompson, 
Miss Hawley had previously been much employed as tem- 
porary assistant, and was already familiar with the Library 
and with the public needs. 

The amount of labor necessary to keep the Library in a 
high state of efficiency is much more than would commonly 
be supposed, and is quite sufficient to require the active labor 
of two persons. 

Since the removal of the Library to its present location, 
our citizens have availed themselves of its privileges much 
more generally than ever before, the number of books given 
out the past year being nearly 9,000 more than for the year 
preceding. This remarkable increase of circulation, as also 



30 

the fact that no complaint from any source has come to the 
knowledge of the Trustees, lead them to infer that the man- 
agement of the Library, and its present condition are satis- 
factory to all. 

The Library now contains about 7,900 voluijies, and most 
new books of general interest are added immediately after 
their publication. 

All the principal magazines, with other serial publications 
can be obtained for use in the Reading Room on application 
to the Librarian, while on the tables will be found various 
newspapers, weekly, semi-weekly and daily. Magazines, upon 
the dose of each volume, are bound and placed on the shelves 
for home use. 

For the past year the Official Gazette of the Patent Office 
has been received weekly without cost to the town, and a 
number of reports for other years have also been obtained 
from various sources, though it has not been possible so far 
to complete the set. 

Copies of the Library Catalogue and its supplements may 
be had free of cost by any head of a family not already pos- 
sessing one. 

The number of books taken out the past year was 30,742 ; 
the number of new cards issued was 606 ; amount received 
in fines was $47.19; the number of new books added by 
purchase was 652. 

The following donations were received during the year: — 

1 volume from Mr. E. L. Slocomb. 
10 volumes from Mrs. Geo. W. Noyes. 

2 volumes from Department of the Interior, Washington. 
2 volumes from the War Department. 



31 
4 volumes from Commonwealth of Mass. 
1 8 Pamphlets from Washington. 
Patent Office Gazette for the year. 

For the Trustees, 



A. H. BRAINARD, 

Chairman. 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT. 



BIRTHS. 

Number of Births registered in Hyde Park in 1884 
Males ....... 

Females . . . . . 

The parentage of the children is as follows : 

Both parents American . 

English 

Irish 

Swedes 

Germans 

Scotch 

of British Provinces 
Mixed — One parent American . 
Both parents of other nationalities 
Unknown .... 



196 
104 



82 
4 

29 
1 

2 

3 

14 

44 

15 

2 



Born in January, 19; February, 20; March, IG; April, 18; May, 17; 
June, 15; July, 12; August, 16; September, 20; October, 16; Novem- 
ber, 10 ; Decembef, 17. 



MARRIAGES. 

Number of intentions of mai'riage issued in 1884 . . .69 

*' " marriages registered in 1884 ..... 73 

Oldest groom . . .70 Youngest groom . .16 

bride ... 64 " bride ... 18 

Both parties born in United States ...... 44 

" " Ireland ....... 6 

" " British Provinces ..... 1 

" " German}^ ...... 3 

" " other foreign countries .... 5 

Foreign and American ........ 14 

Married in January, 5 ; February, 6 ; March, 1 ; April, 9 ; May, 1 ; 
June, 8; July, 3; August, 6; September, 11; October, 10;' November, 7; 
December, 6. 



34 

The following are the names and residences of the parties whose mar- 
riages were solemnized in 1884, certificates of which have been filed in 
this office: 

Jan. 3. John W. Moses of Portsmouth, N. II., and Caroline W. Dunn 

of Hyde Park. 
" 10. John Corrigan, and Christina Chisholm, both of Hyde Park. 
" 19. John Donovan, and Bridget Cannon, both of Hyde Park. - ' 
" 31. James McKenna, and Katie Fitzgerald, both of Hyde Park. 
" " Roger J. Flaherty, Jr. of Hyde Park, and Mary G. Sweeney of 

Dedham. 
Feb. 21. Daniel F. DriscoU, and Catherine V. Hughes, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" " Henry J. Flaherty of Boston, and Bridget McDonough of 

Hyde Park. 
" 22. Eugene L. Smith, and Charlotte M. Bodwell, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 24. John Boozang, and Rosa McDermott, both of Hyde Park. 
" 27. James N. Spencer of Hyde Park, and Emma F. Hunt of 

Stoughton. 
" 28. William F. Costley, and Mary A. Hughes, both of Hyde Park. 

Mar 20. John F. Perrin, an'd Catherine Winning, both of Ilj^de Park. 

Apr 19. Hai'ry N. Redfern, and Castara J. Gossip, both of Boston. 
" 21. Charles F. Goodspeed, and Mary E. Barney, both of Hyde 

Park. 
" 22. James A. Burns, and Catherine C. Scannell, both of Hyde Park. 
" 23. John A. Ewell of Milton, and Jfennie M. Doyle of Hyde Park. 
" 24. James A. Tilden, and Effie J. Squier, both of Hyde Park. 
" " James Claffey of Boston, and Margaret E. Russell of Hyde 

Park. 
" 28. William F. Dray, and Mary C. Neiter, both of Hyde Park. 
" " Frank McMahon, arid Mary Fitzgerald, both of Hyde Park. 
" 80. John C. McDougald, and Sadie M. Bartlett, both of Hyde Park. 
May 20. Charles H. Kaler, and Martha A. Hopkins, both of Hyde Park. 

June 3. Patrick F. O'Brien of Hyde Park, and Mary A. O'Donnell of 

Milton. 
" 4. Gardner Washburn of Hyde Park, and Martha E. Reuter of 

Boston. 
" 12. George Haigh, and Berthia S. Trubey, both of Hyde Park. 
" 16. James Dee of Hyde Park, and Ellen T. Lovett. of Boston. 
" 17. Emil Lange, and Annie Trechsler, both of Hyde Park. 
" 19. John H, Rogers, and Susanna O'Neil, both of Hyde Park, 



35 

June 25. William R. McDougald, and Sarah II. Bowen, both of Hyde 
Park. 
" 30. Windsor C. Wright of Hyde Park, and Mary A. Carpenter of 
Worcester. 

July 1. John Gibbons of Dedham, and Maiy E. McGovern of Hyde 

Park. 
" 15. John S. Collins, and Ellen Hickey, both of Hyde Park. 
" 20. Frederick A Sherman, and EUenora G. Wainwright, both of 

Hyde Park. 

Aug. 2. Thomas Shea, and Elizabeth Nolan, both of Hyde Park. 
" 7. Thomas J. McDonough of Dedham, and Rose A. Morrison of 

Hyde Park. 
" 17. Charles S. Gay, and Helen L. Knox, both of Boston, 
" 18. John J. Brady, and Catherine Maj'e, both of Hyde Park. 
" 20. ■ William W.Quinnam, and Minnetta Clarke, both of Boston. 
" 20. Harry H. Bradlee of Hyde Park, and Florence E. Bleakie of 
Boston. 

Sep. 14. Herbert I. Blackey of Sandwich, N. H., and Sarah S. Jack- 
man of Canton. 

" 17. Henry Ades of Boston, and Elizabeth Griffin of Hyde Park. 

"■ '• John J. O^Melia of Boston, and Bridget Rooley of Hyde Park. 

" 18. James F. Sullivan, and Annie T. Rooney, both of Hyde Park. 

" " Bartholomew O'Flaherty of Boston, and Mary Kelley of Hyde 
Park. 

" " Charles W. Shattuck of Denver, Col., and Frances E.Treholm 
of Hyde Park. 

" 20. William E. Dixon, and Ada F. Ilill, both of Hyde Park. 

" 22. Richard A. Stevens, of East Somerville, and Rebecca Cook of 
Hyde Park. 

" 25. Hugo Wettengel, and Augusta Kroger, both of Hyde Park. 

" " Frank R. Erler, and Emma Uhlemann, both of Hyde Park. 

" " Frederick A. Parkhurst of Charlestown, and Laurie B. Noyes 
of Hyde Park. 

Oct. 1. James W. Scully, and Mary E. Roone}^ both of Hyde Park. 
" 2. Charles Durnning of Milton, and Mary Greliss of Hyde Park. 
" 4. William H. Cotton of Hyde Park, and Luella A. Gross of 

Lawrence. 
" 8. Frank E. Fuller of Hyde Park, and Lucy A. Guy of Norwood. 
" 9. Martin F. O'Grady of Hyde Park, and Delia A. Finnathy of 

Brookline. 
" 15. Robert B. Larrabee, and Lula F. Keyes, both of Hyde Park. 



36 

Oct. 16. William B. Jones, and Mary C. Clark, both of Framingham. 

" " John Wallaco of Boston, and Eliza J. Hart of Hyde Park. 

" 22. Willis A. Darling, and Allie L. Ellis, both of Hyde Park. 

" 26. Elmer P. Runnells, and Kate O'Neal, both of Hyde Park. 

Nov. 2. Andrew McGlon of Milton, and Ellen McCanna of Hyde Park* 
•' 5. Joseph F. Gray, and Sarah F. Gilligan, both of Hyde Park. 
" 8. Leander E. Whipple of Hyde Park, and Hattie I. Fairbanks 

of Southboro'. 
" 9. John H. Russell of Hyde Park, and Adelaide Verry of Lynn. 
" 26. Freeman R. Taylor, and Lillian G. Booth, both of Hyde Park. 
" " John T. Greenlow, and Carrie E. Smith, both of Hyde Park. 
" *' George W. Brownell of Wakefield, and Lucy B. Haskell of 

Hyde Park. 

Dec.ll. William P. Merrill of Newbui-yport, and Lydia B. Swift of 

Hyde Park. 
" " William Walls, and Mary Morrissey, both of Boston. 
" 24. Cyrus Hicks, and Alice Doige, both of Hyde Park. 
" " Harry M. Wells, and Lillie F. Leslie, both of Brookline. 
•' 25. Frank A. Fisher of Braintree, and Florence Etta Davis of 

Hyde Park. 
" 31. Luke Fennessey, and Mary E. Adams, both of Hyde Park. 



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DEATHS. 




Number of deaths in Hyde Park in 1884 


. 110 


Males 49 Females . 


. 61 


Born in the United States 


94 


" England . . . 
. " Ireland . ... . . 


2 
9 


" British Provinces 


2 


" Germany 

" Sweden . . . . 


2 
1 



AGES. 



Stillbt )rn 
Under one year 
Between 1 and 5 years 



5 


" 10 


" 10 


" 20 


" 20 


' 30 


" 30 


' 40 


" 40 


' 50 


" 60 


' 60 


" 60 ' 


' 70 


" 70 


' 80 


" 80 


' 90 


" 90 


' 100 



7 
25 
20 
7 
4 
9 
3 
& 
6 
8 
7 
8 
1 



CAUSES OF DEATH. 



Accident . . . . 

Consumption, pneumonia or 
other lung diseases 

Cholera infantum, or other bow- 
el diseases .... 

Diphtheria . . . . 

Throat diseases (other than 
diphtheria) . . . . 

Cancer . - . . . 

Bram diseases . 



13 



10 



Convulsions 


• 7 


Meningitis 


. 5 


Heart disease . . . 


. . 8 


Scarlet fever . 


. 1 


Typhoid fever . 
Pai-alysis and apoplexy 
Stillborn . . . , 


. 2 
. 6 
, 7 


Old age ,. 

Various other diseases . 


. 5 

. 21 



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The following are the names of those who died in Hyde 
Park during the year 1884: — 



Jan. 



Feb. 



Mar. 



4 

5 

6 

7 

9 

11 

12 

13 

23 

24 

1 

6 

21 

23 

23 

28 

2 

3 

.. 4 

4 
6 
6 
7 
« 14 

•• 27 

28 

" 31 

Aprl 2 

3 

" 6 

7 

7 

•• 11 

" 23 

« 24 

May 12 

" 13 

" 21 

" 24 

26 

31 

4 

11 

17 

17 

18 

18 

27 

28 

29 

29 

3 

7 

7 

7 

9 

19 

20 

23 



June 



July 



Kate A. Walter 

Florence E. Hickey. 
Susan W. Presbrey. 
Hannah G. Grant . . . 

Hannah Doran 

Hannora McAuliffe . 
Thomas B. Graham. 
Caroline E. Stavers . 

Annie J. Wilson 

Martin Clayton 

George A. Gridley. . . 

Adler 

Martha Forbes 

Camilla M. Bonin . . . 
Bonin 



Fred W. Pratt 

John Tierney 

Rebecca E. Morrow. . . . 

Maud L. Mugridge 

John R. Sparrell 

Herbert H. Plunimer 

William H. lugersoll. . . . 
Hattis A. C. Boardman , 

John Mercer , 

George W. Noyes , 

Mary Heald 

Eunice Ryder 

Frank E. Carlton 

Parker S. Waldron 

Dennis Foley 

Frederic D. Hazelton 

JohnM. Twichell 

Thomas Gately 

Joseph L. Kappler 

Daley. 



Maud Freeman 

Ruel O. Rogers 

Joseph C. Conway . 

Mary Cochran 

Richard Duggan 

Louise F. Snow 

Sullivan 

Lucy A. Chapman. . 
Abby I. Topham . . . 

James Doyle 

Emma C. Lindgren . 
Susanna Severance. 

Fannie L. Shaw 

Sarah F. Hill 

Edith M. Town 

Charles H. Kemp. . . 
Teresa Fitzgerald . . 
Alvina M. Darlton . , 

Adelaide L. Risk 

Katie L. McMillan . , 
Caroline C. Olson. . . 
Henrietta J. Rafter , 

William Shaler 

Sadie J. Fardy 



M. D. 



33 



CAUSE or DEATH. 



Congestion of liver. 

Croup. 

Cancer. 

Heart disease. 

Paralysis. 

Inflammation of stomach . 

Railroad accident. 

Pleuro Pneumonia. 

Diphtheria. 

Old age. 

Pneumonia. 

Stillborn. 

Hemorrhage. 

Convulsions. 

Stillborn. 

Phthisis Pulmonalis. 

Consumption. 

Cancer and dropsy. 

Convulsions. 

Croup. 

Meninsritis. 

Consumption. 

Diphtheria. 

Old age. 

Disease of heart. 

Dropsy. 

Old age. 

Meningitis. 

Disease of heart. 

Apoplexy. 

Meningitis. 

Endocarditis. 

Heart disease. 

Inflammation of bowels. 

Stillborn. 

Debility. 

Phthisis. 

Pneumonia. 

Diarrhoea. 

Stillborn. 

Gastritis. 

Premature birth. 

Apoplexy. 

Typho malarial fever. 

Old age. 

Congestion of brain. 

Apoplexy. 

Consumption. 

Tumor of bowels. 

Pertussis. 

Railroad accident. 

Tubercula meningitis. 

Diphtheria. 

Consumption. 

Tabes mesenterica. 

Railroad accident. 

Debility. 

Paralysis. 

Meningitis. 



39 



Deaths — (Continued.) 



July 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



Dec. 



Mary J. O'Connell.. 
Mary A. Leonard. .. 
Lillian S. Brainerd. 
Eichai'd Schuschke. 
Agnes A. Leithead. 
Elizabeth Keenan. . . 
Charles W. Conroy. 
Hannah Flaherty. . . 

James O'Brien 

Louise M. Overell.. 
Dyer. 



Albert W. Leufgren.. 

James Conley 

Harry Wilson 

John Gal vin 

Mary A. Fitzgerald. .. 
Charles M. Gowan . . . 

Henry Lawlor 

Hannora K Cassidy . 

Alonzo C. Gray 

Frank H. Leithead. . . 

Jane B. Ayer 

Hannah E. Reilly 

Mary O'Rourke 

William Wallace 

Fanny Pagiuton 

Margaret Fagan 

Ethel M. Hay ward... 

May E. Whaleu 

Harold W. Bnrnhani. 
Thomas F. Leonard. . 

Susan J. Tirrell 

James DeLuce 

Jeremiah Kollock 

James K. Lyons 

Ruth M. Wyman 

Adeline B. Converse . 

Bmile Vogel 

E vana 



Joseph J. Fogg 

Cecelia Smith 

Willie Casey 

Hattie L. Plummer . . . . 

Eliza A. Campbell 

Mary E. Fogg 

Freddie L. Doyle 

Jane Given 

Lewis Watson 

Clement M. Hammond. 

Josephine F. Allen 

Hannah W. Spring 



46 



10 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Heart disease. 
Cholera infantum. 
Typhoid fever. 
Cholera infantum. 
Eclampsia. 
Convulsions. 
Capillary bronchitis. 
Convulsions. 
Asthemia. 
Cancer. 
Stillborn. 
Cholera infantum. 

Hepatic catarrh. 
Congestion of brain. 
Cholera infantum. 



Convulsions. 

Diphtheria. 

Cerebral effusion. 

Emphysema. 

Marasmus. 

Enteritis. 

Pneumonia. 

Inflammation of brain. 

Found dead in bed. 

Convulsions. 

Tabes mesenterica. 

Stillborn. 

Disease of heart. 

Cancer. 

Enlargement of heart. 

Diphtheria. 

Convulsions. 

Prostration. 

Diphtheria. 

Stillborn. 

Diphtheria. 

Old age. 

Consumption. 

Diphtheria. 

Paralysis. 

Diphtheric blood poisonins 

Scarlatina auginosa. 

Diphtheria. 

Bronchitis. 

Meningitis. 

Exhaustion. 

Pneumonia. 



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

Respectfully submitted, 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



R K P O R T 

OF TPIE 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, 

FOR THE FINANCI^^L YEAR ENDING JAN 31st, 1885. 



I have attended to the duties of Sealer of Weights and 
Measures as prescribed by law, so far as the same has come 
to my knowledge. 

M. UNDERHILL, Sealer, 



ASSESSORS' REPORT. 





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$2,647 42 


$74,000 CO 


$1,932 46 


$83,999 88 



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$142,400 00 


$225 00 


$142,625 00 



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4,441,475 00 


$560,4.52 00 
618,138 00 


$4,855,402 00 


1884 


5,059,613 00 






$140,525 00 


' $57,686 00 " 


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JOEL F. GOODWIN, 
GEORGE SANFORD, 
CHARLES HALEY, 



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TREASURER'S 



HENRY S. BUXTON, TOWN TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT 



DR. 



Cash in the Treasury, Fehruarjr l, iSS-t. 



AMOUKTS RECEIVED DURIXG THE YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31, 1S85. 

From Hyde Park Four Per Cent Coupon Bonds 

Treasurer's Notes— Funded Loan ■. 

Ti'easurer's Notes — Temporary Loan 

George Sanf ord, Collector, Taxes f or 1S82 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes for 1883 

George Sanford, Collector, Taxes f or 1SS4 

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

Treasurer Commonwealth for Corporation Tax 

Treasurer Commonwealth for National Bank Tax 

Treasurer Commonwealth for Income Massachusetts School Fund. . . 

Treasurer Commonwealth for State Aid, 1883 

County Treasurer, dog licenses, 1884 

County Treasurer, rent of room occupied by Probate Court 

Liquor Licenses 

Miscellaneous Licenses 

Lock-up fees 

Release of Tax Deeds 

Interest on Tax Deeds 

Real Estate sold under Sec. 58, Chap. 12, Public Statutes • 

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

Street Lights, cash refunded •. 

Interest on bank balances .' 



$5,099 28 



5,000 00 

20,000 00 

30,000 00 

89 74 

17,272 29 

66,664 22 

533 00 

1,989 23 

1,071 53 

105 47 

545 50 

601 48 

100 00 

4 00 

20 50 

22 00 

407 S2 

56 89 

22 42 

127 45 

787 74 

.20 00 

180 34 



$150,720 90 



45 



REPORT. 



CUKRENT WITH THE TOWN OF HYDE PARK. 



CR. 



AMOUNTS BISBtJRSED : 

On account of Treasurer's Notes — Funclecl Lonn 

Treasurer's Notes— Temporary Loan 

Interest. 

Support of Schools » 

Evening Schools 

Income of Massachusetts School Fund 

School text hooks 

Grew and Butler School Buildings 

School Incidentals 

Incidentals 

Street Lights 

Highways 

Work on Central Park avenue 

Completing Child and Cleveland streets 

Bridge over Boston & Providence R. R. at River street 

Land Damages— Central avenue, Piei-ce, Davison and Walter 
Streets 

Fire Department 

Support of Poor 

Police 

Salaries 

Public Library, ciirrent expenses 

Public Librarj^ purchase of new books 

State Tax for 1884 

County Tax for 1884 

Tax Deeds 

S tate Aid ' 

Liquor Licenses, paid Treasurer Commonwealth, one-fourth 
of the amount received in 1884 

Sinking Fund, amount of appropriation 

Sinking Fund, unexpended balance of appropriations 

Cash in the Treasury, January 31, 1885 



$20,000 00 


35,000 00 


8,180 34 


23,500 00 


639 67 


298 20 


1,000 00 


5,000 00 


2,500 00 


4,979 05 


3,520 00 


8,127 45 


2,300 00 


826 93 


500 00 


157 45 


5,497 27 


3,420 48 


2,402 90 


2,200 00 


2,000 00 


690 67 


5,420 00 


2,647 42 


10 33 


553 00 


I 00 


3,000 00 


488 04 
$144,800 20 


5,860 70 


$150,720 90 



46 



Appropriations and Expenditures for tlie Current Year, 



ACCOUNTS. 



Interest 

Schools 

Evening Schools- 

School Text Books 

School Incidentals 

Incidentals 

Street Lights 

Highways 

Work on Central Park Avenue 

Completing Child and Cleveland Streets. 

River Street Bridge 

Land Damages 

Five Department 

Support of Poor. 

Police. . ..' 

Salaries 

Public Library, current expenses, 

Public Library, new books 

Sinking Fund 

State and C ounty Tax 



Appropriation. Expenditure. Unexpended 



$8,000 00 
23,500 00 
19S1 92 
1,000 00 
2,.')00 00 
5,000 00 
?.,500 00 
8,000 00 
2,300 00 
IjOOO 00 
500 00 
2 306 72 
5, .500 00 
3.000 00 
2,. 500 00 
2,200 00 
2,000 00 
3G90 93 
3.000 00 
8,067 42 



$8,000 00 

= 23,. 500 00 

639 67 

1,000 00 

2,. 500 00 

4,979 05 

«3,.500 00 

'5 8,000 00 

2,300 00 

826 93 

500 00 

157 45 

5,497 27 

<■• 2,632 74 

2,402 90 

2,200 00 

2,000 00 

690 67 

3,000 00 

8,067 42 



$342 25 



"20 95 



173 07 

149 27 

'2 73 

'.367 26 

■97 10 



$83,547 04 



$52,394 10 



$1,1.52 9i 



J Including $481.92, balance from last year. 

- Balance from last year. 

■"> Including $177.60, balance from last year. 

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

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

Fund. 
<"• Amount of expenditure, less cash refunded. 
^ Paid into Sinking Fund. 



towjn: debt, jAjMUArv si, isss. 

FUNDED LOAN. 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

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

South Boston Savings Bank, 

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

Thomas T. Wyman, 

four per cent, interest, due July 1, 1891 10,0000 00 

Sinking Fund, Cambridge Water Works, 

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

Chelsea Savings Bank, 

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

Arthur G. Tompkins, 

four per cent, interest, due November 1, 1391 5,000 00 

Treasurer's Note (Hyde Park Sinking Fund) 

four per cent, interest, due February 1, 1894 85,000 00 

Ten Hyde Park Four Per Cent. Coupon Bonds, 

$500 each, dated August 1, 1884, due $500 annually, lSS.5-1894 '. 5,000 00. 

Total indebtedness .' $180,000 00 

HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Towfi Treas2i7'er. 
Hyde Paek, Febku' aky 1, 1685, 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK SINKING FUND. 



COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. 



Amount of Sinking Fund January 31, 1SS4 §33,395 54 

EECEIPTS, VIZ.: 

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

Town of Hyde Park, unexpended balance of appropriations 483 04 

■Income from investments 3,143 16 

(3,631 20 

Amount of Sinking Fund, January 31, 1S85 ?90,C26 74 

INVESTED, VIZ : 
Note, Town of Hyde Park, four per cent, interest 

dated Feljruary 1, 1S84, due February 1, 1804 ^85,000 00 

Deposit with New England Trust Company, Boston ,5,023 74 

HEXRY GREW, 
WILLIAM J. STUART, 
HENRY BLASDALE, 

Commissioners, 
HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Treasurer, Sinking Fnnd. , 

Hyde Pakk, FebruaFwY 1, 1885. 



AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE. 



In compliance with the By-Laws of the Town, the under- 
signed have examined the accounts of the Selectmen, School 
Committee, Collector of Taxes, Town Treasurer, Commis- 
sioners of Sinking Fund, Trustees of the Public Library, 
Overseers of the Poor, and Board of Health, and hereby cer- 
tify that the same are correct, and all payments accompanied 
by proper vouchers. 

WALLACE D.- LOVELL, 
CHARLES P. VAUGHAN, 
JOHN H. RUSSELL, 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES. 



SGROOLS. —TeacJiQrs' Sdaries. 




HIGH SCHOOL. 






Paid John F. Elliot 


$1,800 00 




Samuel W. Culver 


350 00 




Miss Mary M. Coleman 


600 00 




" Sarah L. Miner . . . . 


600 00 




" Cora L. Hill 


350 00 


$3,700 00 






DAMON SCHOOL. 






Paid Edward W. Cross 


$1,200 00 




Miss Lizzie D. Bunker 


450 00 




" Julia E. Donovan 


450 00 




Mrs. Caroline C. Pettee 


200 00 




Miss Sarah A. Crosby .... 


18 00 




" Harriet E. Tower .... 


360 00 




" Margaret E. Bertram . . 


450 00 




" Maria V. Rooney .... 


450 00 




" Edith H. Sears . . , . 


440 00 




Mrs. Mary C. Howard .... 


36 00 


$4,054 00 






IJAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 






Paid Henry F. Howard .... 


. $1,200 00 




Miss Annie L. Howe .... 


450 00 




" Hattie E. Adams .... 


450 00 




Mrs. Matilda H. P. Cashing . . 


437 50 




Miss Hattie F. Packard .... 


412 50 




" Jennie S. Hammond 


. 450 00 




" Helen A. Perry .... 


450 00 




" Hattie E. Mann .... 


6 00 




Mrs. Mary C. Howard . ... 


5 00 


$3,861 00 



50 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL 

Paid Daniel G. Thompson 
Miss Sara A. Bailey- 
Mrs. Mar}^ C. Howard . 
Miss Ag-nes L. Adams 

" A;. . laide L. Dodge . 

" Alice E. Gage . 

" Ellen M. Farnsworth 

" Pauline F. Bishop 

" Sarah A. Remick 

" Maud G. Leadbetter 
Mrs. Mary L. Gould 
Miss Lelia H. Caffin 
Mrs. M. A. Thompson 



GREW SCHOOL. 

Paid Franklin H. Dean 

Miss Hattie M. H. Darling 

" Frances J. Emerson 
' " Mary A. Tenney 

" Mary A. Winslovv 

" Lucina Dunbar 

" Clara F. Hall . 

" Annie M. Clarke 

" Jennie H. Soule 

" Fannie E. Harlow 

" Genevieve Brainard 

" Agnes J. Campbell 

" Leila E. Perr^^ 

" Mary E. Rogers 
Mrs. Ellen C Dean 



BUTLER SCHOOL 



Paid Miss Belle D. Curtis 



MUSIC 

Paid Henry J. Whittemore ..... 

FUEL AND JANITORS. 

Paid Joseph Willett, 225 tons furnace coal, at 
$6.02 ........ 

Joseph Willett, 10 tons furnace coal, at $6.75. 

S. B. Balkan! & Co., 12 tons furnace coal, at 
$6.75 

"Joseph Willett, 5 tons fui'nace coal, at $6.02, 
and putting in same, $1.25 



$1,200 00 




120 00 




310 00 




45 00 




280 00 




135 00 




450 00 




360 00 




412 50 




437 50 




1 00 




6 00 




3 00 






$3,760 00 




$1,200 00 




225 00 




225 00 




160 00 




40 00 




450 00 




200 00 




350 00 




412 50 




412 50 




450 00 




412 50 




450 00 




450 00 




4 00 






$5,441 50 




$174 00 






$174 00 






$400 00 


$1,354 50 




67 50 




81 00 




31 35 





SI 



Joseph Willetfc, 3 cords pine wood, at $5-50 

" " 2 cords oak wood, at $6.50 

Robert Scott, Jr., janitor High and Grew 
Schools ....... 

John R. Bond, janitor Damon School . 
George James, janitor Fairmount School 
Frank W. Howard, janitor Fairmount School 
W. W. Ketcham, janitor Greenwood School 
Army P. Gait, janitor Greenwood School 
Calvin P. Fellows, janitor Greenwood School 
Tliomas R. Field, janitor Butler School 



Cr. 



By amount of appropriation 



Expended from the income of Mass. 
School Fund 



$16 50 


13 00 


350 00 


150 00 


30 00 


1 120 00 


45 00 


39 00 


1 75 00 


21 75 


^•'^ '\^,'\ fiO 


tjpw,OOt> ou 


$23,776 10 


$23,500 00 


276 10 


$23,776 10 



EVENING SCHOOL. 
Paid Geo. T. Wiggin, teaching 
• Frank H. Dean, teaching 
Samuel W. Culver, teaching . 
Josie M. Conlan, teaching 
Annie M. Clarke, teaching . 
Hattie E. Mann, teaching 
Michael Golden, teaching drawing 
H. W. Killam, teaching drawing 
N. M. Kenyon, teaching drawing 
Robert Scott, Jr., janitor 
John R. Bond, janitor 
Charles Haley, labor and stock 
S. R. Moseley, advertising 
Geo. Miles, supplies . 
Pulsifer, Jordan & Wilson, stationery 
Jas. K. Christopher & Co., supplies 
H. E. Hunt, advertising . 
Frost & Adams, paper 
W. A. Wood & Co., oil . 

By amount of appropriation . . 

" " Unexpended balance from last year 

Balance unexpended 



$60 00 
90 00 




78 00 




37 50 




52 50 




39 00 




72 00 




39 00 

40 00 




42 50 




27 00 




6 25 




2 00 




9 13 




13 60 




1 20 




2 00 




21 01 




6 98 


$639 67 
981 82 


$500 00 
481 82 



$342 15 



52 



EXPENDITURES FROM THE INCOME OF MASSACHUSETTS 

SCHOOL FUND. 
Paid on account of teachers' salaries as per salary- 
account $276 10 

Charles H. "Whiting, supplementary readers . 22 10 

$298 20 



TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES. 

Paid Fred. W. Barry, record books ... 5 00 

J. W. C. Oilman, writing books . . . 144 15 
Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., grammars and 

I'eaders ....... 116 60 

William AVare & Co., spelling books . . 56 47 

D. W. Mason, slates 6 75 

Albert Snow, ei-asers . . . ' ' . . 10 00 

Geo. F. King & Merrill, general supplies . 813 49 

Thompson, Brown & Co., Mental arithmetics 48 50 

Ivison, Blakeman & Taylor, General histories 61 20 

C. H. Whiting, Latin grammars, etc. . . ; 40 82 
Carl Schoenhoef, French readers, etc. . . 16 16 

D. Appleton & Co., physical geographies, etc. 25 51 
Ginn, Heath & Co., algebras, etc. . . 154 44 
H. E. Hunt, on acct. of labels . . ■ . 91 



Ck 



$1,000 00 



By amount of appropriation 



$1,000 00 



$1,000 00 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Paid Fred. W. Ban-y, Stationery .... $5065 

Reuben Corson, moving settees and expressing 51 95 

Journal Newspaper Co., advertising . . 4 50 

S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising . 89 50 

H. E. Hunt, advertising .... 7 90 

H. J. Whittemore, music . . . ^ . 3 22 

E. H. Studley, filling diplomas . . . 13 40 

Thomas Sweeney, removing ashes, etc. . . 82 00 

I. J. Brown, insurance, . . ,. . . 1 20 

C. G. Chick, secretary's salary ... 100 00 

Ryan's Express, expressing .... 4 20 

Adams' Express, " . . . . 1 50 



$360 02 



53 



BUTLER SCHOOL. 

Paid F. IT. Dean, work on blackboards 
A. G. Whitcomb, furniture 
W, W. Hiltoft, repairs and putting in desks 

A. C. Zimmermann, window sliades 

C. P. Vaughan, clock .... 
Boston School Supply Co., supplies 

DAMON SCHOOL. 

Paid Hopkinson & Marden, supplies 
J. H. Tuckerman, work on shades 
Mark E. Noble, books . 
R. Corson, expressing 
J. W. C. Gilman, stationery . 
Boston School Supply Co., stationery 
N. T. Cottelle, work on piano 
■ Qnincy Dyer, supplies . 
James O'Hearn, labor and slates . 
Jerome Mathewson, labor and stock 
E. W. Cross, cash paid out, etc. 
. Charles Halej', labor and stock 
J. Johnston, plates for desks . 

B. E. Phillips, labor on desks and glazing 
John R. Bond, cleaning and truant officer 
Geo. M. King, gong and fixtures . 
Knight, Adams & Co., stationery . 
Chas. P. Vaughan, clocks and repairs 
J. Hill, glazing . . . 

GREW SCHOOL. 

Paid H. E. Hunt, printing 
Mark E. Noble, books . 
Charles H. Whiting, books 
H. C. Stark, register and labor 
R. Scott, Jr., cleaning, etc. 
Hopkinson & Marden, supplies 
Joseph Hill, glazing 
Boston School Supply Co., covers for inkwells 
P. Rooney, labor 

Richardson &.Raftei*, labor and stock 
Ryan's Express, expressing . 
N. T. Cottelle, tuning piano . 
H. N. Allen, keys .... 



$4 50 

108 50 

45 67 

15 00 

4 50 

4 95 





$9 56 




19 82 




19 30 




30 




10 00 




5 14 




3 00 




6 08 




30 28 




3 00 




5 27 




85 11 




15 15 


^S 


114 40 


3er 


26 24 




30 00 




4 80 




9 95 




5 00 



$10 82 

4 45 

5 72 
8 50 

38 62 
32 29 

6 00 



50 
87 
35 
15 
50 
65 



$183 12 



$402 40 



54 



S. p. Grossman, slating . ■ 

John Beatey, cleaning cistern, etc. 
F. H. Dean, repairing blackboards 
L. C. Swett Jr., window shades . 

B. E. Phillips, glazing, painting fences and 

outbuildings - • 

A. C. Zimmerman, shades 

C. P. Vaughan, clock 
Wm. Ware & Co., Walton's tables 
C. H. Peppei', linoleum 
G.M. King, bells .... 
W. W. Hilton, stock and labor 
H. E. Davidson, manager, desks and chairs 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber . 
J. W. C. Gilman, stationary . 

GllEENWOOD SCHOOT.. 

Paid J. H. Tuckerman, labor, etc. 

Boston School Supply Co., stationery 

Mark E. Noble, books . 

Charles Haley, labor and stock 

R. Corson, expressing . 

H. C. Stark, stock and labor 

R. W. Karnan & Co, cambric 

H. T. Parker & Co., mouldings 

W. W. Ketcham, repairs 

Quincy Dyer, supplies 

Geo. W. Hanscom, labor and stock 

Ryan's Express, expressing . 

H. N. Allen, key, etc. . 

A. G. Whitcomb, desks and chairs 
Steamer No. 1, pumping out cistern 

B. E. Phillips, glazing . 
F. M. Paine, tuning piano 
Mrs. C. H. Gait, cleaning 
R. Williams, stock and labor . 

. HIGH SCHOOL. 

Paid Mark E. Noble, books and stationery 
R. Corson, expressing .... 
N. T. Cottelle, tuning piano . 
Van Antwerp, Bragg & C'o., book 



$19 86 
28 00 
41 85 
36 76 

147 72 

30 00 

6 50 

3 90 

5 25 

12 00 

227 25 

24 50 

1 81 

5 40 



$19 18 


16 


08 


17 


96 


4 05 


1 


10 


41 


69 




28 


32 80 


1 


50 


2 


82 


15 


08 


3 


40 


4 


25 


173 


10 


10 


00 


37 


77 


2 


00 


28 


00 


67 74 



$709 22 



$472 80 



2 85 
00 15 

3 50 
1 44 



55 



Thomas Sweeney, labor 

R. Scott, Jr., labor 

Quincy Dyer, lantern 

Geo. W. Noyes, painting 

Geo. W. Hanscom, labor and stock 

W. F. Curtis, use of Everett hall 

J. F. Mooar, filling diplomas 

S. R. Mosele3% printing 

H. J, Whittemoi'e, music 

J. H. Daniels, diplomas 

Roberts Bros, flowers 

F. H. Dean, repairing blackboard 

W. W. Hilton, stock and labor 

Geo. M. King, keys 

B. E. Phillips, glazing . 

C. P. Vaughan, repairing clock 
R. Williams, labor . 

Lane Bros., reports 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Paid Hopkinson & Harden, supplies 
Boston School Supply Co., paper 
Mark E. Noble, books . 
R. Corson, expressing . 
George James, truant officer . 
C. H. Carter, cotton cloth 
Geo. W. Hanscom, stock and labor 
N. T. Cottelle, tuning piano . 
H. N. Allen, repairing lock . 
J. G. Hamblin, painting 

E. D. Savage, supplies 
L. C. Swett, Jr., window shades 
S. B. Balkam & Co., stock 
Frank W. Howard, cleaning . 
Caleb Hall, labor . 

F. A. Perry, glazing 
C. P. Vaughan, repairing bell and clock 
Ryan's Express, expressing 
David Higgins, labor 
Benj. E. Phillips, labor . 
Chas. H. Whiting, supplies . 



$10 99 


20 80 


1 00 


2 75 


10 75 


15 00 


4 00 


2 50 


8 32 


16 00 


3 50 


2 25 


10 87 


1 50 


6 92 


3 00 


3 60 


5 00 


$22 81 


3 60 


15 30 


55 


1 50 


2 00 


6 89 


2 CO 


50 


18 06 


1 25 


27 08 


33 02 


28 50 


3 00 


15 78 


1 25 


25 


46 81 


5 00 


60 



$136 69 



$235 75 



56 



PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



cukr:^nt expenses 

Paid Mrs. H. A. B. Thompson, librarian 

Miss Mary A. Hawlej', assistant librarian 
r. L. Wiswall, janitor 
J. S. Conant, rent .... 
Brainard Milling Machine Co., labor on 
J. W. Lord, labor on new rooms 
Scrivens & Ash, labor on new rooms 
J. R. Brown, labor on new rooms . 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber, etc. for new 
S. R. Swett, labor on new rooms . 
J. B. Bird, labor on new rooms 
Quince.T- Dyer, materials for new rooms 

F. Boynton, stoves, etc. . 

G. H. Adler, agent, curtains . 
H. D. Noyes ife Co., periodicals and supplies 
S. R. Moseley, j^rinting, etc. . 
I. J. Brown, insurance . 
Putnam & Worden, oil, etc. . 
Joseph Willett, fuel 
Adams Express Co., 
J. W. Smith, ice ... . 
R. S. Jackson, oilcan 
J. H. Tuckerman, sup^jlies 
G. W. D. Simmons, duster 
H. N. Allen, keys, etc. . 
Densmore & Brackett, door and glass 
H. E. Hunt, advertising . 
J. K. Christopher, coal hod and cuspidor 
R. W. Karnan & Co., cotton . 
Ryan's Express . . . . 
C. T. Holmes, desk 
Boston School Supply Co., paper 
Corsjn's express .... 
C. P. Vaughan, repairing clock 
H. D. Marcy, rebinding books 
H. C. Drinock & Co., repairing stamp 



$370 80 

312 50 

133 90 

347 00 

86 25 

1 50 

4 00 
9 00 

94 16 
84 05 
117 90 
15 85 
86 79 
21 90 
88 39 
64 50 
26 66 
28 14 
55 76 

5 50 
10 00 

3 00 

3 50 

2 00 

4 25 
2 75 

. 3 00 
95 

1 80 

2 05 
00 
50 
75 
00 
50 
40 



$2,000 00 



CiJ. 
By amount of appropriation '......• $2000 00 



57' 



PUUCIIASE OF NEW BOOKS. 

Paid Chas. McDonald & Co. . . . , 

Lockwood Brooks & Co. 
J. W. Lewis & Co. .... 

Henry Bill Publisiiing Co. . . . ; 
Russell & Henderson .... 

Ck. 
By amount of appropriation (liog licenses, 1883) 
By balance unexpendek, 188.3-4 

Balance unexpended 



• 


$350 m 

316 92 

12 50 

4 75 

6 00 


$513 38 
177 60 


$690 67 
$690 98 





n 



INCIDENTALS. 
Paid East Boston Savings Bank, rent .... 
H. S. Bunton, trustee, rem ..... 
Joel F. Goodwin, janitor and supplies . 
Dedham & Hyde Park Gas Co., gas 
L. J. French & Co., dusters, etc. .... 

J. B. Carter, coal 

Quincy Dyer, hardware . ^ 

A. Fisher, stationery 

S. P. Blodgett, stamps and envelopes 

George Sanford, on account collecting taxes and clerical 

work, 1883-4 . 

S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising . . 

H. E. Hunt, - '< '• . . . 

Winkley, Thorp & Dresser, stationer}* and books . 
Little, Brown & Co, U. S. Statutes . • . 

H. C. Dimond & Co., stamp 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, register 

Carter, Dinsmore & Co., mucilage . . • i- 

F. L. Gerald, returning births 

J. P. Bills, returning births . . . ... 

Chai'les Sturtevant, returning births . . . 

W. S. Everett, returning births . . -. 
L. M. Gould, returning births . . . , . 
F. C. Graham, returning deaths .... 

H. B. Terry, returning and recording births, marriages 
and deaths 



$275 00 


23 00 


214 85 


243 35 


6 5.5 


39 25 


2 05 


31 00 


53 16 


1,130 82 


585 50 


127 50 


43 55 


4 00 


6 00 


3 75 


50 


12 50 


6 00 


3 50 


4 50 


3 00 


26 25 



1^4 25 



5! 



J. E. Cotter, legal services 
Edmund Davis, legal services . 

C. F. Jenney, legal services 
G. L. Richardson, surveying . 
Adams Express Co., expressage 
Ryan's Express, expressage 
R. Corson, watering streets, cai'ting, etc. 
A. Raymond, teams .... 
H. C. Stark, furnace, labor and material 
W. F. Curtis, rent of Iiall 

D. O'Connell, serving notices . 
C. H. Lord, posting notices 
C. C. Hayes, services as member and clerk of Board of 

Health, and cash paid out 

Joel F. Goodwin, services as member of Board of Health 

. George F. Downes, services as member of Board of 

Health 

Henry B. Terry, insurance 

C. M. ChajDin, insurance 

I. J. Brown, insurance . 

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

J. E. Cotter, services as Registrar of Voters 

Chasles F. Allen, services as Registrar of Voters . 

Frederick S. Sullivan, services as Registrar of Voters 

H. B. Terry, services as Registrar of Voters and extr 

services rendered the Board .... 
Wheeler Reflector Co., balance for street lighting 
Dedham & Hyde Park Gas Co., balance of street lighting 
R. W. Karnan, flags, crash, etc. 

A. G. Lovell, flags 

J. N. BuUard, rope 

W. W. Hilton, labor and material . 
J. W. Lord, labor and material 
William Carberrry, labor and material . 
J. F. Peppeard, labor and material 
G. W. Hauscom, labor and material 
Richardson & Rafter, labor and material 
Patrick Rooney, labor for Board of Health 
John Cashman, labor for Board of Health 
J6hn Wilson, labor for Boai'd of Health 
Philip Shea, labor for Board of Health . 
Richard Mui'ray, labor for Board of Health 
Florence Mahoney, labor for Board of Health 



240 00 
59 00 

5 00 
80 00 

1 60 

4 05 
83 25 

6 50 
156 67 
110 00 

1 20 
8 00 

80 67 
25 00 

25 00 
99 00 
25 25 
20 00 
40 76 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 

80 00 

50 36 

120 00 

5 56 
1 11 

47 

14 08 
33 05 

1 SO 
11 25 

3 90 

4 65 
8 75 
7 00 

15 00 

7 00 
4 00 
3 00 



59 



Thomas Corrigan, labor for Board of Health 
Thomas Meegan, labor for Board of Health 
Edwards Lj'ons, labor .... 

J. Wilder, labor 

E. F. Moore, labor 

L. C. Carbei'g, labor and pipe 

John Beatej^ labor and material 

Charles Haley, labor and material . 

John Corrigan, labor and gravel for Board of 

J. Hill, setting glass .... 

J. H. Tuckerman, repairing chairs . 

S. P. Grossman, repairing roof of engine hous 

R. M. Einn, damage to wagon 

McAvoy & Co., coal . . 

C. E. Jenney, cash paid out . 

N. Y. & E. R. R. Co., freight 

G. M. King, repairing lock 

E. Worthington, entry and recording By-Law 
•G. L. Richardson, cash paid for laboi- 

H. T. Pratt, dog licenses 

G. F. Downes, destributing town reports 

R. J. Gordon, refreshments at town meetings 

Ruth S. Blake, use of land for pound 

Geo. F. Downes, 3 H. P. Directories '^ . 

John R. Bond, watchman 

S. O. Holway, copying .... 

L. F. Upham, painting signs . 

C. E. Davenport, ice ... . 

F. Boynton, lanterns, etc. 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation 



Health 



$8 87 

9 63 

7 50 

2 25 

2 80 

2 50 

74 37 

127 41 

43 25 

2 25 

2 85 

52 07 

10 00 

14 00 

5 04 

4 95 
40 

5 15 
20 00 

2- 00 

l4 00 

32 75 

■5 00 

75 

'3 00 

7 50 

5 00 

18 00 

4 00 



$4,979 05 



$5000 00 



Balance unexpended 


$20 95 . 




HIGHWAYS. 




Paid for labor and teams as 


per pay roll 


.' $3,945 84 


J. Crowley, labor 




8 75 


H. C. Stark, labor . 




. . 13 65 


John Pierce, labor . 




4 25 


William Egan, labor 




5 25 


Peter Rooney, labor 




36 25 



6o 



Thomas Kelley, labor 

Hugh McGinley, labor 

Patrick Butler, labor 

A. D. Rooney, labor 

Barney Connor, labor 

Martin King, labor 

James R. Brown, labor , 

John Sullivan, labor 

M. Cannon, labor . 

Robert S. Edson, labor . 

J. F. Peppeard, labor 

James Fife .... 

Thomas McKenna, labor 

George Mungan, labor 

P.Curley, labor 

W. W. Macomber, labor 

T. S. Waters, labor 

Patrick Rooney, labor and teams 

James McMahon, labor and teams 

Michael Rogers, labor and teams 

Dennis Mahonev, labor and teams 

Frank Greenwood, labor and teams 

Henry Grew, labor and teams 

J). D. Burns, labor and teams 

Jeremiah Corbett, labor and teams 

Thomas Sweeney, labor and teams 

Cornelius Cleary, labor and teams 

Edward McKenna, labor and teams 

Reuben Corson, labor and teams 

Thomas Corrigan, labor and teams 

John Corrigan. labor and teams 

Patrick Brennan, labor and teams . 

McAvoy & Co., labor and teams 

C. H. Crumett, labor and teams 

Charles Haley, labor and material . 

George H. Peare, labor and material 

W. W. Hilton, labor and material 

David Higgins, labor and material 

J. G. Hamblin, labor and material 

Edward McKenna, gravel 

James Welsh, gravel . . . 

Real Estate & Building Co., gravel 

Qulncy Savings Bank, gravel 



$11 25 

40 25 

6 50 
58 51 
54 25 
15 75 
28 00 

7 88 

3 56 

1 00 

2 00 

8 75 

4 37 

21 00 
15 75 
12 25 

3 50 
745 40 

17 68 
68 15 

130 54 

41 71 
14 75 

9 70 
45 02 
45 13 
67 25 

22 15 
52 75 

188 76 
240 63 

26 63 
52 06 

18 36 

27 91 
2 38 
5 10 
1 00 

14 12 
17 10 
79 20 
25 90 
91 50 



6i 



G. L. Richai'dson, surveying . ' . 

J. Johnston, blacksmith work 

Abner Howland, blacksmith work . 

H. I. Somes, blacksmith work 

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

Kirk W. Dodge, concreting .... 

Patrick Rooney, on acct. contract on River street 

Q. Dyer, lanterns, spikes, etc. ... 

W. J. Stuart, stone 



Boston & Providence R. R. Co 
E. Kittredge, edge stones 
Ryans Express, 
D. W. Lewis, drain pipe 



Cr. 
By amount of appropriation 

Cash foi: gravel sold to A. C. Clapp 
" returnetl by John Karney . 
" " M.Cavanaugh . 

" for sidewalk betterments 



freight on edsre stones 



$8,000 00 

4 20 

89 

3 50 

118 86 



$162 49 

2 65 
16 25 

7 70 

34 08 

353 21 

500 00 

7 45 

3 00 
165 75 
513 35 

1 10 
1 98 

^8,127 45 



?,127 45 



APPROPRIATION FOR COMPLETING CHILD AND CLEVELAND STREETS. 



Paid for labor as per paj^ roll . . . 

Patrick Rooney, labor, material and teams 
Jeremiah Corbett, labor, material and teams 
Thomas Sweeney, labor . 
John Lynch, labor . 
Thomas Corrigan, covering stone 
R. Murray, damage 
M. B. Zimmermann, for wall . 
J. E. Cotter, legal services 



Cr. 



B}' amount of appropriation . 
Balance unexpended 



$168 97 
202 60 
211 83 

24 50 
13 13 

125 GO 

6 00 

50 00 

25 00 



. $1,000 00 
. $173 07 



APPROPRIATION FOR WORK ON CENTRAL PARK AVENUE. 



Paid for labor as per pay roll 
John Dunn, contract work 



$974 15 
1,095 00 



62 

Peter Rooney, labor 
John Lynch, labor . 
Patrick McDonough, labor 
Patrick Curley, labor and teams 
E. G. Kittredge, edge stone 
Charles W. Gay, surveying 
H. C. Stark, cash paid for labor 



Cr. 







$24 44 






11 13 






7 87 






71 87 






58 07 






47 64 






9 83 



$2,300 00 



By amount of appropriation ....... $2,300 00 

APPROPRIATION FOR BRIDGE OVER THE BOSTON AND PROVIDENCE 
RAILROAD, AT RIVER STREET. 

Paid Boston & Providence R. R. Co. for temporary bridge . $500 00 

Cr. 

By amount of appropriation . . . -.■ ■ ' $500 00 



LAND DAMAGES ON PIERCE, DAVISON AND WALTER STREETS, AND 
CENTRAL AVENUE. 

Paid E. D. Swallow, land damages .... 
J. B. Gleason, land damages ..... 
E. S. Hathaway, land damages . . . , 
D. C. Fisher, land damages . . . . 
G. F. Estes, land damages . . . . . 



Cr 
By unexpended balance of appropriation 

Balance unexpended . 



$37 50 


37 05 


6 10 


56 25 


20 55 



$157 45 



$306 72 
$149 27 



POLICE. 



Paid Chailes E. Jenney, police duty and keeper of lockup, etc. $1,133 53 
Patrick J. Donlan, police duty . . . . . 917 50 



Daniel O'Connell, police duty 
Charles Jacobs, police duty 
James F. Peppard, police duty 
E. W. Moflfatt, police duty 
Geo. F. Downes, police duty . 
Frank L. Bunker, police duty . 



40 50 
94 89 
22 00 

7 00 
13 75 

6 00 



63 



John B. Burns, police duty 
Fred. S. Sullivan, police duty 
Jeremiah Corbett, police duty 
John O'Connell, police duty 
Ansel C. Clai'ke, police duty 
Lawrence Boylan, police duty 
Moses N. Gage, police duty 
Frank Greenwood, police duty 
Peter McDonough, police duty 
Thomas Mulcahy, police duty . 
W. F. Curtis, police duty 
Samuel P. Smith, police duty . 
R. Corson, horse hire 
A. Raymond, horse hire . 
J. Wilder, meals for prisoners 
R. Gould, cleaning . 
"W. W. Hilton, labor and material 
Dedham & Hyde Park Gas Co., gas 
J. B. Carter; coal 



$6 00 


6 00 


6 00 


G 00 


12 00 


6 00 


9 00 


6 00 


6 00 


6 00 


5 00 


8 00 


23 25 


12 00 


21 02 


3 00 


13 6G 


30 


12 50 



Cr. 



By amount of appropriation 
Balance unexpended 



$2,402 90 

$2,500 00 

$97 10 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid Goodwill Engine Co., No. 1, services . 

Rough and Ready Engine Co., No. 2, services 
Chemical Engine Co., No. 1, services 
Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1, services .* 

'R. Corson, use of horses, etc 

A. Raj^mond, use of horses, etc. 

H. E. Hunt, repairs and services as engineman 

H. I. Somes, repairs and services as engineman 

E. F. Moore, repairs and services as engineman 
Geo. V. McDougand, services as engineman 
Warren W. Hilton, services as engineer 
C. L. Farnsworth, services as engineer . 

F. A. Sweet, services as engineer . 
W. H. Harlow, services 
Dedham & Hyde Park Gas Co., gas 



$721 88 

720 83 

225 00 

652 09 

260 95 

26 00 

78 13 

88 78 

88 04 

16 25 

75 00 

75 00 

75 00 

25 00 

26 10 



64 



J. A. & W. Bird & Co., soda . 

James Boyd & Son, axes, etc. 

Underhay & Co., oil, etc. 

American Rubber Co., pails . 

Daly & Bryan, hats 

S. A. Coffin, flags 

R. W. Karnan & Co., flags 

W. W. Hilton, flags 

W. H. Turner & Co-.'/nose 

American Fire Hose Manufacturing Co., hose 

Andrew J. Morse & Son, couplings 

J. Johnston, hook and ladder truck and attachments 

James Forgie & Son, harnesses, etc. 

Merrimac Chemical Co., chemicals 

Bishop & Brother, ladders 

Waite, Williams" t& Co., oil 

Ryan's express, expressing 

J. Cox, expressing 

S. R. Moseley, advertising 

C. L . Farnsworth, crackers and milk 

Cole Bros, repairs .... 

J. Johnston, repairs 

S. McKenzie, repairs 

G- W. D. Simmons, repairs 

Walworth Manufacturing Co, repairs 

H. C. Stark, repairs 

John T. Robinson & Co., repairs 

American Tool and Machine Co., rep.airs 

A. J. Jackson, repairs 

Francis Boynton, repairs, etc 

W. H. Plummer, labor . 

S. B. Balkam & Co., coal^ 

J. Wilder, steward and cash paid out 



Ck 



By amount of api^ropriation 
Balance unexpended 



$24 97 

7 00 

15 69 

5 06 

75 50 

1 00 

3 45 

14 00 

15 00 
300 00 

5 75 
515 50 
220 25 

2 94 
80 25 

4 80 

3 50 
2 25 

5 00 
0,64 

21 20 
35 29 
10 00 
23 65 

2 30 
27 00 

9 82 
19 05 
50 31 
27 60 

6 25 
113 50 
688 88 

$5,497 27 

$5,500 00 
$2 73 



STREET LIGHTS. 



Paid Globe Gas Light Co., lighting street lamps 
Wheeler Reflector Co., lighting street lamps 



$782 48 
1,026 61 



C5 



Dedham & Hyde Park Gas Co., lighLing street lamps . .^1,655 16 
Nathaniel Tul'ts, lanterns and frames 
S. B. Balkam & Co., posts 
Ryan's Express, exp^-essage 



Cii. 



By amount of appropriation 
By amount of rebate 





,500 00 
20 00 


20 50 

35 00 

25 


• $3 


$3,520 00 
$3,520 00 



rOOIl ACCOUNT. 
Paid George Miles, groceries 
L. J. French & Co., groceries 
Peabody & Co., groceries 
C L. Alden & Co., groceries 
Putnam & Wdrden, groceries 
E. D. Savage, o-roceries, . 
J. A. Schofield, groceries 
B. F. Tj'Ier, provisions 
Ward Bros., provisions . 

E. Stone, provisions 

F. D. Brigham, provisions 
IL S. Holthaui, provisions 
E. McKenua', provisions . 
J. B. Carter, coal and wood 
J. Willett, coal and wood 
S. B. Balkam & Co., coal and wood 
McAvoy & Co., coal and wood 
Patrick Shine, wood 
C L. Earns worMi, bread, etc . 
J. K. Christopher & Co., stove 
E. M. Whittemore, clothing . 
R. W. Karnan & Co., cloth, etc. 
J. Wilder, meals for poor 
A. C. Bass, shoes 
M. Rogers, milk. 
Jane Joyce, rent 
R. G. Balkam, medicine . 

■ M. E Noble, medicine 
H. M. George, medicine . 
Wm. Batho, medicine 



$384 51 

116 SO 

38 42 

22 50 

40 50 

4 00 

15 50 
2 30 

13 00 
2 00 

14 00 
21 00 

8 00 

, 58 50 

100 75 

69 38 

8 00 

16 50 
47 41 

6 50 

15 92 
14 93 

5 75 
14 50 

1 05 

5 00 
13 75 

6 48 
11 04 

4 10 



66 



C. C- Hayes, medical attendance, etc. 

R. Gould, washing .... 

Mary Carter, nursing 

Taunton Lunatic Hospital, careofinsan 

Asylum lor the Chronic Insane, care ol'i 

Town of Quincy, aid to poor . 

City of Boston, aid to poor 

City of Lynn, aid to poor 

Comniouwealth of Massachusetts, aid to 

Town of Dedham, aid to poor 

Patrick Welsh, support of poor 

John Flaherty, support of poor 

Anna Colson, support of poor . 

Allan Dwelley, support of poor ~ 

Charles McCabe, support of poor 

St. Vincent's Asylum, support of poor 

House of the Angel Guardian, support o 

R. Corson, carting . ' . 

F. C. Graham, burial of poor . . • 

S. R. Moseley, printing and advertising 

H. E. Hunt, printing and advertising 

W. "W. Hilton, labor and material . 

John Corrigan, labor 

Dennis Foley, labor .... 

L. W. Lord, labor - . . . 

Caleb Hall, labor .... 

John Beatey, labor and material 

H. C. Stark, labor and material 

George Tracy, burying dog 

C. F. Jennej, legal services 

F. L. Gerald, cash paid out 

Hyde Park Overseers of Poor, cash paid 

Chas. H. Lord, T.osting notices 

C. E. Jenney, cash paid out 

Q. Dyer, hardware 

A. Fisher, stationery 

Anna Klemm, storage of furniture 



poor 



poor 



cut 



By amount of appropriation 



Ck. 



Cash refunded by the Commonwealth, cities 
and towns ...... 



Balance unexpended 





. $153 50 




8 00 




32 60 




581 38 




188 12 




285 04 




46 72 




2 00 




11 61 




104 80 




16 00 




7 00 




30 00 




156 00 




104 17 




177 00 




146 35 




18 50 




54 00 




37 00 




18 00 




5 93 




26 87 




4 13 




19 15 




1 00 




6 00 




4 45 




1 00 




13 00 




4 60 




70 01 




2 00 




7 15 




2 30 




7 70 


' 


12 00 




$3,420 48 


$3,000 00 




787 74 






$3,787 74 





$367 26 



6; 



Ari'KOrKIATIOX l''OR BUILDING AN AUDI HON TO THK GREW 
HOUSE, AND FOK REPAIRING THE lltTLER SCHOOL HOUSE 

Paid Warren W. Hilton, for building addition to Grew f;4 

School house 

B. E Phillips, for painting 
E. R. Morrison, labor on Butler School house 
J. B. Monroe, labor on Battler School house 
■ C. E. Palmer, painting . 
Job F. Bailey, doors and windows . 
Q.- Dyer, hardware .... 
S. B. Balkam & Co., lumber . 
George H. Peare, mason work 
Frank Greenwood, grading 
B. II. Brooks, plans 
S. R Moseley, advertising 
H. E. Hunt, advertisino- 



SCHOOL 

,063 

" i 20 

335 00 

79 75 

57 00 

105 00 
35 00 
22 34 

137 13 

106 58 
35 00 
20 00 

2 50 
1 50 



Cr. 



B}" amount of appropriation 



$5,000 00 
$5,000 00 



SALARIES. 

Paid Henry C. Stark^ services as Selectman and Surveyor of 

Highways '. $100 00 

D. W. C.Rogers, services as Selectman, and Surveyor of 

Highways 100 00 

Samuel Cochran, services as Selectman and Surveyor of 

liigaways 100 00 

Henrj^ B. Terr}', services as Town Clerk and Clerk of 

Selectmen 200 00 

Henfy S. Bunton, services as Treasurer of Town and 

Sinking Fund . 350 00 

George Sanford, services as Assessor .... 200 00 

Joel F. Goodwin, services as Assessor .... 200 00 

Charles Haley, services as Assessor . . '. . 200 00 

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

George B. Warren, services as Overseer of Poor . . 50 00 

Joel F. Goodwin, services as Overseer of Poor . . 50 00 

Joel F. Goodwin, services as Board of Health (in part) 25 00 

George F. Downes, servi(;es as Boardof Health (in part) 25 00 

C. C. Hayes, services as Board of Health (in part) . 25 00 



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Wallace D. Lovell, services as Auditor . 
John H. Russell, services as Auditor 
Chas. p. Vaughan, services as Auditor . 
Richard M. Johnson, services on School Committee 
George M. Fellows, services on School Committee 
Hobart M. Cable, services on School Committee . 
Henry S. Bunton, services on School Committee . 
Chai'les G. Chick, services on School Committee . 
Andrew Washburn, services on School Committee 



Ck. 



$25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 


75 


00 



By amount of appropriation 



$2,200,00 



$2,200 00 



J C1 



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

NOTIFICATIOX OF TOWN' MEETING. ' 

Every tow,[i meeting shall be notified by posting copies of the warrant 
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 Monda}^ 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 KOK THE GOVERNMENT OF TOWN MEETING. 

1. — Every meeting shall be opened with prayer. 

2. — All questions submitted for tlie consideration of the town, involv- 
ing the expenditure of money, shall be in vv'riting, when so required b}' 
any legal voter. 

3. — No vote fixing the period for closing a ballot shall be reconsider- 
ed after such ballot shall have commenced ; bat it may be in order to 
-extend the period without such reconsidei'ution. 

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

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



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6.— No vote shall be recoiisidei'ed except upon a motion made within 
one hour after such vote has passed, unless such reconsideration is or- 
dered b}' a vote of two-thirds of the voters present and voting. 

FIIS'AXCIAL TEAK. 

The financial j'ear of the town shall begin with the first day of Feb- 
ruarj^ in each year, and end on the thirty-first day of tlie following 
January- . .« 

MEETINGS OF TOWN OFFICERS . 

The selectmen, overseers of the poor, board of health, surveyors of 
highways, and school committee shall post in some conspicuous place 
at their official rooms, a notice of the times of their respective meetings, 
and shall also give notice of the same through the local newspapers. 

COLLECTION OF TAXES. 

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

2 — All taxes v/hich may be assessed, if paid on or before the first day 
of October next after the assessment, shall be entitled to such discount 
as the town shall vote at its annual meeting. All persons w^ho 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, interest 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 
@n or before the first day of February in each year, make up his account 
and render the saSQe 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 ail other ofiicers or committees entrust- 
ed with the expenditure of money, quarterly, and shall certifj- as to the 
correctness of the same in the printed annual report. 

2. — Before certifying to the accounts of the treasurer, they shall ex- 
amine his cagh-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 payments for interest, 
and see that the funds on hand are intact. 



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

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

REMOVAL OF BUILDINGS AND OBSTRUCTION OF HIGHWAYS. 

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

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

3. — No person shall place,' or cause to be placed, in any of the Jpublic 
streets, side-R'alks, lands, or upon any of the common lands of the town, 
without a written license frfcra 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 vio- 
lates this by-law shall be subject to the provisions of section 35 of chap- 
ter 207 of the public statutes. Constables and police officers are in- 
structed to enforce this by-law. 

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

6. — No person shall pla}^ ball, or throw snow-balls, or stones, or di.-- 
charge any gun or iire-arni, or make any bontires or other fires, in any 
of the streets or public places in the town, unless by written consent of 
the Selectmen. 

7. — No person except the Selectmen or the Surveyors of Highwaj's, 
in the lawful performance of their duties, or those acting under their 
orders, shall break or dig up the ground is an}^ street or public way in 
the town, without first obtaining a w^ritten permit from the Selectmen; 
and all persons acting under such permit, shall put up and maintain a 
suitable railing or fence around the part of tha street so broken up, so 
long as the same shall remain unsafe or ineonrenieuc for travellers, and 
he or they shall keep one or more lighted lanterns fixed to such railing 
or fence, or in some other way exposed every night from twilight in the 
evening thrt)ugh 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 niercliaiuUse, or hullooing, 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 pu^-lic streets of the town is prohibited, except 
upon such streets as tlie selectmen shall designate each year by public 
notice. * 

rASTUKlJS'Cr OV CATTLE OK OTMEll ANHIALS OX STKEETS OTi WAYS. 

1.^ — The town hereb\^ adepts 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. — N'o person shall be allowed to pasture any cattle, goat, or other 
animal upon any street or public way in said town, either with or with- 
out a keeper, except within the limits of such way adjoining his own 
premises, and field-drivers are instructed to enforce this by-law. 

TRUANTS. 

1. — The town hereby avails itself of the several provisions of-the sta- 
tutes of this Common w^ealth, 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 In- 
dustrial School, of Lawrence, Mass., or to any house of reformation 
which has been or may hereafter be established bj^ the County Commis- 
sioners of tlie County of Norfolk, or to anj' place provided b}^ 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 re- 
'" quired of them by the laws of the Commonwealth. 

4.^It shall be the duty of every truant officer, previous to making 
any complaint under these laws, to notify the truant, or absentees from 
school, also his parent or guardian, of the offence 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 duties. 

6. — It shall be the duty of the truant officers to keep a full record of 
all their official acts, and make an annual repoi't 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 im- 
pair the obligation and duty of teachers to enforce punctuality and I'eg- 
ularity of attendance, and to preserve good order and discipline. 

JUNK DEALERS. 

The Selectmen are authorized and instructed to enforce the provisions 
of chapter 102 of the pnblic statutes or acts amendatory thereof, or ad- 
ditional thereto, relating to' junk dealers. 

LIST CF 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. 

UNJEXPENDED APPROPRIATIONS. 

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

DUTIES OF TOWN CLERK. 

The Town Clerk shall keep a file of all town reports, reports of all 
committees chosen by the town, and all original documents relating to 
the affairs of the town which may come into his possession ; he 8ha,ll, as 
soon as practicable, after any election has been held by the town, in ad- 
dition to the notices he is now directed to give to officers who are re- 
quired to take an oath of office, also issue a written or printed 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 em- 
ploy counsel, and appear for and defend suits brought against it, unless 
ctherwise specially ordered by a vote of the town. 



74 



CONVENING. 

Whenever it shall be necessaiy 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-LAW^S IN KELATION TO THE PREVENTION OF FIKES, TO WIT: 

It shall be the duty ol every person who shall commence the erection 
of any building within the town of Hyde Park to notify the Boai'd of 
Engineei's 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 ontside 
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 si" all be topped out at least four feet above the roof of the 
building to which they belong. The brick topping out ofcliimneys 
shall not have more than two inches projection, unless covered by a cap 
of metal or stone properly secured. 

Hearths of fireplaces or gi'ates 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 intended to 
be used to convey heated air or steam in any building, unless such flues 
or pij)es 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 hereafter 
enter any flue, unless the said pipe shall be at least twelve inches 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 ex- 
tending through the partition. 



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

It shall also be the dut}'^ of said Engineers to take cognizance of all 
buildings in the town in which any steam engine shall be used, and of 
all buildings in the town in process of erection or alteration, and to 
make a record of such thereof as in their judgment niay from any cause 
be dangerous, and report the same to the Selectmen forthwith. And 
whenever in the opinion of a majority of the Board of Engineers, any 
chimney, hearth, oven, stove, stovepipe, fire-frame or other fixture, or 
any camphene or other explosive or inflammable fluid or material, or 
whatever else maj" give just cause of alarm, should be altered, repaired 
or removed, they, the said Engineers, shall forthwith notify and direct 
the owner, tenant or occupant of the premises upon which the same are 
situated, to alter, repair, or remove the same, as the said Engineers 
shall direct. And in case such tenant, owner or occupant shall refuse 
or neglect so to do, the said Engineers shall cause the same to be i"e- 
moved, altered or repaired at the expense of such owner, tenant, or oc- 
cupant. And anj^ person who shall obstruct the Engineers, or any of 
them, in carrying out the provisions of this section, shall be liable to 
the penalty hereinafter stated. 

The removal, extension or essential alteration of any building; also, 
the rebuilding or repairing of any building which has been partially 
destroyed by fire, shall be subject to the same I'estriction which are im- 
posed by the foregoing By-laws on the erection of buildings. 

PUBLICATION OF BY-LAWS. 

The Selectmen shall publish these By-laws annually in connection 
with the town report. 

PENALTIES UNDER THE BY-LAWS. 

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



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PROSECUTION UNDER THE BY-LAWS. 

Any citizen may, and the selectmen, constables and police ofScers 
shall, prosecute every violation of any of the forno-oing 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 forrrer 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 efieot IVom and after their passage, and 
their approval by the Superior Court, or any justice thereof. 

Attest : 

HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



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

ERASTUS WORTHINGTON, Chrk. 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS.. 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 

Estate. 



Aborn, Elizabeth M 

Adams, Charlotte H 

Adler, Leonard 

Alden, C. L. &Co 

Alden, C. L 

Alderman, M. P 

Alderman, Lucy A 

Aldrich, Edwin C 

Aldrich, piiilena 

Allen, Abby F 

Allen, Zenas 

Allen, Orville 

Allen, Charles F 

Allen, Francis S 

Anderson, Lydia 

Arentzen, Christiana 

Arey, Mrs. John W 

Arnold, Isaiah F., heirs of. 

Atkinson. Isabella 

Atkinson, Robert 

Ayei", George, heirs *. . . . 



B 



Bachelder, John B. 

Bachelder, Lizzie B 

Bacon, Laura A 

Bacon, Susan C , 

Badger, William F 

Bailey, Annie E 

Bailey, Joseph 

Balconi, D. O 

Balkam, Stephen B 

Balkam, S. B. & Co, 

Baptist Church Society 

Barker, James H 

Barme, Charlotte 

Ban-ett, Hannah 

Ban-itt, William H 

Barrows, H. M., heirs of 

Barry, Michael 

Barry, Patrick and Catherine. 

Bartlett, Elizabeth E 

Bartlett, Hannah, heirs of..... 

Bass, Arthur C 

Bass, George W. 

Bass, Elizabeth 

Bates, Joseph C 

Bates, Emma M 

Batho, William 

Bean, Gertrude B 

Beatey, John 

Beers, Emma S 

Bennett, Alfred W 

Bennett, John 

Bennett, John 

Benson, Lena 

Bent, Catherine D 

Benton, Charles O 

Berry, Nathaniel F 

Bickford, Eevi B 

Bickmore, Albion P 

Bickmore, Elizabeth C 

Bidwell, Lawson B 

Bigelow, Fred. C 



?1 58 



l.'j 80 
39 50 



14 22 



3 95 



1 58 



31 60 



1 58 



2 37 



$37 92 
34 76 



41 08 
13 43 
55 30 
57 6' 
31 60 
109 02 

51 35 
54 51 

184 86 

111 39 

45 82 

27 65 

37 92 

52 14 
35 55 



Unpaid. 



15 80 



246 48 
41 08 
161 16 



53 72 



43 45 

338 25 

30 02 

71 10 

29 23 

30 02 
7 11 



29 23 
20 54 
28 44 
28 44 
31 60 



78 21 

66 36 

67 15 
65 5 



2 31 



33 18 
28 44 
30 81 
59 25 
44 24 
39 50 
72 68 
35 55 
82 16 
5 53 
4 74 
85 32 
17 38 



.|57 67 



35 55 
55 



53 72 



29 23 
7 11 



67 15 



2 37 

1 58 

33 18 



44 24 



72 68 
35 55 



17 38 



f8 



RESIDENT TAX-PATERS, — (Continued.) 



Bills, J. P 

Blackmer, Hannah H i 

Blake & Barnes 

Blake, EuthS 

Blasdale, Henfy 

Bleakie, Robert 

Bleakie, Robert & Co 

Bleakie, Robert, trustee , ... 

Bleakie, John S 

Bleakie, Margaret F 

Bloclgett, Anna E 

Bloom, Julius R - . 

Boclwell, Mercy M 

Bodwell, William P 

Bond, JohR R 

Bonnell, John D 

Bonney, Susan 

Bowen, Patience 

. Boyd, Francis 

Boyden, George E 

Boynton, Francis and H. C. Rogers' heirs. 

Boynton, Francis 

Brackett, Betsey E 

Bradley, Katie E 

Brady, John 

Bragan, Thomas P 

Bragan, Sarah 

Bragdon, Julia A 

Brainard, Amos II 

Brainard, Elizabeth C 

Brannan, Patrick 

Bramwell, Wm. C 

Brigham , Frank D 

Brigham, Helen 

Brooks, John L 

Brooks, Addie H 

Brostrom, A.J 

Brown, Isaac J 

Brown, James B 

Brown, Bartlett J 

Brown, Rufus G 

Bryant. Walter C 

Bryant, Helen 

Buchan, Thomas 

Bullard William, heirs of 

Bullard, W. A., heirs of 

Bullard, Isaac ; 

Bullard, John N 

Bunker, Stephen S 

Bunker, Emily C 

Bunton, Henry S 

Bunton, H. S., trustee 

Bunton, H. S., trustee 

Bunton, H. S., trustee 

Burger, Anton 

Burk, .John 

Burk, Thomas Ist 

Burk, Thomas, 2d 

Burk, Patrick 

Burnett, Marshall 

Burns, Dennis 

Burns, Timothy 

Burns, Duncan D 

Butler, H. P. W 

Butler, George H., heirs of 



Per- 
sonal. 



$2 37 
2 92 



7 90 
480 32 
4S0 32 



14 22 



17 78 



1 58 

159 58 

11 22 



2 37 
55 



31 60 



55 



8 16 



Real 

Estate. 



$90 06 

12 64 

124 03 

93 22 
1907 85 



110 60 

3 16 
145 36 

49 77 
39 50 
10 27 

4 74 
15 SO 

52 14 
44 24 
33 IS 

4 74 
43 45 

53 72 
41 OS 
22 91 
37 92 
IS 17 
33 97 

3 16 
28 44 

142 20 
17 38 
26 07 

308 10 



71 10 
29 23 
42 66 

31 60 
545 10 

20 54 
45 03 
63 20 

7 90 

39 50 

3 16 

3'64 98 

35 55 
50 56 
81 3 

36 34 

21 3.- 
66 36 

9 48 

26 SO 

192 76 

32 39 
3 95 
7 90 

11 06 
S 69 
34 76 
39 50 
10 27 
32 39 
62 41 
1 58 



Unpaid. 



|2 92 
124 03 



49 77 



33 18 



18 17 

34 52 

3 16 



27 65 



21 09 



112 97 
21 33 



82 94 



8 69 
39 50 



m- 



RESIDENT TAX-PAXERS. — (Continued.) 



Cable, Hobart M 

Caftin, Francis H 

Caldwell, Emily L 

Caller, Ellen A 

Caller, Fred. E , 

Caller, Joseph 

Cameron, Jane L .^ 

Campbell, Josiah, heii's of '. 

Campbell, Agnes 

Cancannon, Patrick 

Cannon, Michael 

Cannon, Mary E 

Carberry, William 

Carburg, Francis Q 

Carlton, William F , 

Carter, Austin F 

Carter, John B 

Carter, Charles H., 

Cai'ter, Elizabeth B 

Carter & Churchill 

Case, Wilbert J 

Case, Samuel T .' 

Cashraan, Ellen F 

Chadwick, Joseph H 

Chamberlain, Thomas 

Chandler, Edwin J 

Chandler, Emeliue H 

Chapiu, Mrs. A. M 

Chapin, Charles M 

Chapman, Lucy A 

Cherrington, R. E 

Chesley, S. A 

Chick, Charles G 

Chipnian, Benjamin 

Choate, Warren P 

Christopher, James K. & Co. . 

Cilley, Jonathan L 

Claxjp, Henrietta L 

Clark, Marcus, heirs of 

Clark, Mary, 2d 

Clark, Sabrania S 

Clark, Mary, 1 st 

Clark, Joseph Q 

Clark, Leonard C 

(;iark, Louis L 

Clary, Mary 

Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr 

Cobb, J. F 

Cochran, Mary J 

Cochran, Adelaide L 

Coffin, Sarah A 

Cogswell, Ijuella A 

Colburn Oliver 

Colby, Frank M 

Coleman, E. J 

Condan, James 

Congregational Society, First. 

Conlan, Peter S 

Conley, Michael 

Conley, Michael, heirs of 

Conley, James 

Conley, Stephen 

Conroy, Patrick 

Cook,, Emily A _. 

Cook, Jacob ". 

Cooper, Margaret, trustee....- 




17 38 
47 40 



39 50 

7 90 



3 95 

36 SO 



55 

'si'co 



1 58 

23 70 

1 19 



7 90 



5 53 

55 

8 45 



2 3' 



$180 
93 

148 
51 
6 
18 
22 
17 
55 
11 
9 
39 

287 
27 
19 
30 



43 45 


19 75 


43 45 


88 48 



14G 

37 

39 

45 

5 

1G5 



54 
24 
47 
4 
17 
24 
110 



34 76 
39 .50 


88 48 
40 29 



22 91 



19 75 



28 86 



37 



33 73 



17 38 

1 19 
39 50 



32 39 



8o 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Corbett, Ellen E 

Corbett, Jei-emlali 

Corbett, John 

Corcoran, Mary, John, Edward and Patrick 

Corcoran, Mary and Edward 

Corcoran, .John 

Corrigan, Bridget 

Corrigan, Thomas 

Corrigan, Rose 

Corson, Clara 

Corson, Reuben 

Corthell, James R 

C ottelle, Sophia W 

Cotter, John 

Cotter, James E 

Coullahan. Charlotte A 

Co veney, Augusta E 

Coveney, Mary 

Cowan, Wm. C. and Matilda 

Cox, John 

Cox, Mary E. 

Cross, Edward W .". 

Crummett, Carrie F 

Crumett, Charles H 

Crumett, Lucy T 

Grumpier, Arthur 

Cunningham, Mary T 

Curley, Sabina 

Curley , Keran 

Curtis, Jason L 



sonal E^^taL. Unpaid. 



$2 9 



58 46 



9 48 



2 37 



Badley, James 

Damon, Roscoe 

Darline, Mary M 

Dai-ling, Willis A 

Davenport C.E 

Davis, Alonzo 

Davis, David L 

Davis, Mrs. A. P 

Davis, G. Howe 

Day, Herbert N 

Dean, Ellen C 

Dee, Dennis, heirs of. . 

Dodge, Kirk W 

Dodge, Louisa A 

Dolan, Pati'ick 

Dolan, Bridget 

Donahoe, John 

Donlan, Hannah 

Doty, George E 

Downes, Florence 

Downes, George F 

Downey, John 

Downey, Michael 

Downey, Rose 

Downing, Alfred 

Downing, Belinda 

Downing, Elizabeth C. 

Dowse, George S 

Duggan, Dennis 

Dunn, John P 

Dunn, William, Jr 

Durell, James M 

Dyer, Quincy 



D 



1 19 



18 9(5 

3 16 

120 87 



7 90 
55 



.2 37 



55 
2 69 



55 70 
51 75 



$38 71 



30 81 
22 12 
22 91 
18 96 
29 23 
62 41 
12 64 
86 90 
17 38 
33 18 
59 25 



133 51 
11 06 
35 55 

154 05 
34 76 



11 06 



36 34 

189 60 

1 58 

11 06 

26 86 

32 39 

1 58 

48 98 



30 02 
33 97 
46 61 
45 03 
37 13 
45 82 
149 31 
45 82 



67 94 

26 86 



9 48 
30 02 
10 2 
53 72 
37 92 
26 07 



18 1 

29 23 

1 58 

127 19 



42 66 
49 
22 91 
8 69 
125 61 
82 95 
50 50 



8i 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Dyei", William and Varilla. 



E 



Eastwood, Annie and Isabella. 

Edenbiirg John 

Edwai'ds, Lovey L 

Edwards, Elena J 

Eldredge, Amanda F 

Elliot, Margarett B 

Elliott, Samuel T 

Ellis, Joseph D 

Ellis, Hattie E 

Emerj', John P 

Emery, Betsey 

Enneking, John J 

Eustis, Maria A 

Everett, W. S .-: 



Fairbanks, Caroline W 

Fairbanks, John R 

Fairbairn, Wm. U 

Fairbairn Draxana . . : 

Fall, James B 

Fallon, Bridget 

Fallon, Peter and Michael. 

Fallon, Peter 

Farnsworth, Charles L 

Faunce, Thomas E 

Faunce, Josephhie 

Fay, W. H 

Feehan, Catharine E 

Fellows, George M 

Fennel], William 

Fennessy, Luke 

Fernald, George M 

Ferry, Sumner 

Field, Thomas G •. 

Fife, James 

File, Margaret 

Fisher, Sophia 

Fisher, AndrcAY 

risk, H. C 

Fisk, Philena A 

Fisk, Elvira A 

Fiske, Mary 

Fitton, Liucy B 

Fitton, John 

Flaherty, Roger 

Foley, Honora 

Foote, Charlotte S 

Forbes. John 

Foss, Cyrus D 

Foster, Alice G 

Foster, Sarah E 

Foster, Alfred 

Foster, Samuel A 

Fowle, Frances A 

Fox, Catharine 

Fradenburg, Morris 

Frame, John 

Frame, Annie M 

Frampton, Robert L 

Freeman, Sarah A 



F 



Per- 
sonal 



.fl 58 



31 60 
1 11 
il (iO 



2 3' 



14 22 



41 OS 
15 SO 



23 70 
55 

"2"i3 



4 5S 



3 56 

ii oe 



Real 
Estate. 



$50 SS 



19 75 
31 60 
75 05 
72 68 
31 60 
41 OS 
30 02 
61 41 
40 29 
48 98 
37 13 
59 25 
94 80 
83 74 



43 45 

8 09 

54 51 

34 76 



7 11 



18 17 
91 64 
39 50 

9 48 
49 77 
25 28 
53 72 
22 12 

4 74 
28 44 



13 43 
3 95 

26 86 
44 



S3 95 
30 54 
48 98 
47 40 
35 55 
3 16 
8 69 

27 05 

52 93 

28 44 
39 23 

53 72 
79 00 

105 07 
1 58 

33 18 
7 90 

19 75 



83 74 
91 64 



Unpaid. 



?14 22 
7 11 



35 55 



28 44 

29 23 



82 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Freeman, Charles T. 
French L. J., &Co.. 
French, Amanda M. 
French, Caroline A. 

Frost, George W 

Frost, Fannie M 

Frye, Jane 

Frye, Amanda P — 



Gallagher, John, heirs of. 

Gallasiher, Blary A 

Gallagher, Daniel F 

Galligan, Andrew 

Galligan, Mathew 

Gardner, Rhoda R 

Gateley, Ellen 

Gay, Richard Ij 

George, Hawley M 

■Giles, Alfred E 

Giles, A. E 

Giles, Subannah E. H 

Gilligan, Mary 

GilsoD, William W 

Gilson, Sarah 

Gilson, John 

Goodspeed, Charles F 

Goodspeed, M. M 

Goodwin, Emeline N 

Gordon, Mniy D 

Gordon, R. J 

Gormley, William 

Goss, Daniel J 

Goss, Eliza L 

Goss, Josiah 

Gould, H. H., heirs of.. 

Graham , Frank C 

Grant, Feter 

Gray, Oriu T 

Greeley, Sema C ■. . 

Greeley, John H 

Greenwood, Frank 

Greenwood, Phoobe H.. 

Greenwood, Lucy S 

Gregg, Clark C 

Grew, "Henry 

Grew, Henry S 

Gridley, Susan P 

Gridley, Nannie 

Griffen, Fannie M 

Guy, Charles W - . ■ 



Hahberly, Martha A 

Halden, .John 

Haldeu, Mrs. S. C 

Hale, Alfred, heirs of. 

Haley, Charles 

Haley, Elizabeth A . . . 

Hall, Augusta 

Hali, Caleb 

Hall, Sarah C 

Hamblin, Joseph G 

Hamblin, Benjamin L.. 



Per- 
sonal. 



S45 82 



IS 17 

6 3: 



23 70 
15 SO 



2o CO 



i3 70 



•o 16 
1 11 

4 71 



31 eo 

55 
7 90 



137 07 
790 00 



2 37 



15 SO 

2 37 



Real 

Estate. 



$33 18 



01 02 
.n7 92 
54 51 
37 92 
39 50 
18 m 



2(5 SG 

25 2S 

3 10 

30 02 



25 28 
45 82 



61 02 
229 10 



30 02 
34 76 
6 32 
55 30 
79 00 



41 08 
33 97 



11 06 

62 41 

63 20 
1 5S 

39 50 



28 44 

83 74 

55 30 

43 45 

6 32 

236 21 

45 03 

40 29 

1559 46 



54 51 
66 36 
42 66 
39 50 



44 24 

81 37 
4 74 

53 72 
428 97 

49 77 
173 80 

3 16 

4 74 
206 19 
159 58 



Unpaid. 



$37 92 



18 96 



32 



34 76 

6 32 

55 30 



41 OS 



12 17 
67 15 
63 20 



91 G4 
55 30 



54 51 



44 2^1 



189 60 



140 62 



83 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Hammond, Joseph W 

Hammond, Ada A 

Hancliett, George W 

Harding, Georg e M 

Harlow, Philander 

Harlow, Susan M 

Harman, Benjamin 

Haskell, Maria 

Haskell, Gideon H 

Haskell, Henry A 

Hassam, Kosa P 

Hatch, Freeman 

Hathaway, E. S 

Hatlinger, J. J 

Haven, George E 

Hawes, W. L 

Hawes, Emily S 

Hawes, Charles E 

Hayes, C. C 

Hayward, Edward S 

Hay ward, Arthur P 

Hazelton, H. P., heirs of 

Hebard, Nathaniel, heirs of. 

Hedge, & Webster 

Henderson, Walter 

Heustis, C. P 

Heydecker, Louis 

Hickey, E.J 

Hickey , Margery A 

Higgins, David 

Higgins, Henry M 

Higghis, Antoinette N 

Hill, Joseph 

Hill, Sarah J -. 

Hill, Hamilton A 

Hiller, Eucy E 

Hiller, Orrisa P 

Hodges, J. F 

Hodgkins, Annie M 

Hodgkins, Luther D 

Hodgkinson, John .'. 

Hodsdon, David M 

Holmes, C. P 

Holmes, Mary 

Holt, Charles F 

Holtham, Henry S 

Holway, Alex. H 

Holway, Emma A 

Holzer, Ulrich 

Homer, Sarah J 

Hood, Georgiauna 

Hood, John 

Hoogs, Wm. H 

Hoogs, Hannah M 

Hopkirk, Martha 

Horn, Ernest, heirs of 

Horn, Olive 

House, Nettie F. B 

Hovey , Solomon 

Howard, Henry F 

Howe, Lucy M. 

Howes, H. J 

Hudson, George 

Huggins, Chas. B 



Per- Real TTnv,nirt 
sonal. Estate. ^J"Pai«- 



$i;9s 



2 3; 



2 37 

2 37 
1 58 



i 74 



3 95 

"i'ss 

'i'58 



11 OU 

"iii 
"i'io 



15 80 
"i'5S 



9i so 



$30 03 
48 98 
IS SG 
GO 04 
31 GO 
24 49 
39 50 

186 44 



52 93 
41 08 
45 82 
3 95 
52 93 
27 65 
30 02 
19 75 
51 35 
123 34 



36 34 

88 48 
83 16 



86 11 
29 23 
40 29 

139 04 
90 85 

180 12 

7 90 

50 56 

37 93 



34 76 
69 53 
117 71 
27 65 
23 70 
15 80 

14 32 
41 08 

15 SO 
71 10 
67 94 

395 00 
41 87 
51 35 
34 76 

4 74 

47 40 
90 85 

48 98 
11 85 
18 96 
21 
48 9S 
97 1 

5 53 
20 54 
3!) 50 
61 62 
33 97 



.f26 86 



88 48 
86 11 



90 85 

181 70 

7 90 



S4 70 



27 65 
23 70 

14 33 

15 80 
71 10 
83 74 

395 00 
43 45 

34 76 



31 33 

48 98 



10 54 
39 50 



84 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Hughes, Catherine 

Hughes, William J 

Hunt, Herbert E 

Hurley, John 

Hurter, Jenny F 

Hurter, George 

Husted. E. W 

Hutchinson, H. E., heirs of. 
Hutchinson, Elizab. H 



Per- Real tt„..«j/i 
sonal. Estate. Unpaid. 



Ingersoll, Wm. H., heirs. 

Ingersoll, George A 

Ireland, Alice 



James, George 

Jaquith, A ndrew 

Jefferey, Ered. O 

Jenkins, Eliza B 

Johnston, John 

Johnson, Richard M 

Johnson, Andrew 

Jones, Antoinette C 

Jordan, James M., heirs of. 

Jordan, Hattie N 

Jordan, Ellen 

Jordan, Patrick J 

Joslyn, Addie M 

Jouhert, D. Z 

Joubert, Mrs. F. A 

Joyce, Jane 



Kappler, Meinrad 

Karuan, R. W. & Co 

Karnan, Willam H 

Keene, Mary A 

Keith, Louisa 

Keith, James 

Kelley, Archibald 

Kellej^ Mary A 

Kelley, Annie 

Kendall, Daniel F 

Kendall, D. F. & Son 

Kendall, Edward A 

Kennedy, John 

Kennedy, Michael 

Kent, A rabella D 

KenyoD, Jones & Leyland. 

Keyes, Maria F 

Kibler, Philemone 

Kibler, Louis 

Kiggan, Michael 

Kiggan, John 

Kingston, Thomas 

Kollock, A. C ^ y 

Kubasch, H. K. W : . 

Kuhn, Clara E 



K 



Lang, Robert J. 
Lake, Martha S. 
Lally, Michael. . 



$8 G9 
7 11 

;U 60 
3 16 



20 54 
15 80 



1 66 
79 00 



31 GO 



39 50 
15 80 



189 60 



3 16 



18 96 



^7 40 



86 90 
41 08 



20 54 
33 97 



97 17 



36 34 
40 29 
48 19 
44 24 



139 04 

26 86 

6 32 

35 55 
34 76 

1 58 

4 74 

43 45 

30 02 

36 34 
33 18 



26 86 



35 55 

36 34 

83 74 



2 37 
IS 96 
34 76 

48 98 

'isi'so 

8 69 

7 90 

58 46 

118 50 

2 3' 
45 82 
44 24 

147 73 
18 96 

3 95 



52 14 
31 60 



50 56 
6 32 



$56 09 
7 11 
31 60 



7 90 
20 54 



35 55 

34 76 

1 58 

4 74 



36 34 



36 34 



34 76 



69 



2 37 



3 95 



85 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Lancaster, E. M 

Lane, Edward 

Lane, Marcus M 

Lane, Mrs. Ann 

Lane, Charles E 

Larssou, Petei 

Lawrence, Catharine 

Leadbeater, Elizljeth 

Lee, Bridget 

Lee. Michael 

Leeds, Catharine F 

Lefrancois, Joseph 

Lenihan, Robert 

Leonard, Martin, heirs of. 

Leonard, Thomas F 

Leseur, B. F 

Leseur, Horatio 

Leslie, Sylvester Z 

Leverett, J. W 

Lewis, Mary C 

Lincoln, Jennie 

Lincoln, Alice M 

Lindgren, Swan J 

Littlefleld, Nellie M 

Looniis, Jane 

Lord, Elizabeth L 

Laughlin, Mrs. A. L 

Lovell, Sarah A 

Lucey, Misses E. & M 

Lyon, Evelyn 

Lyons, Emerson W 



Macomber, Amos, heirs of. 

Macomber, Sarah Ann 

Mackrille, Harriet 

Maguire, Margaret M 

Mahoney, Dennis 

Mahoney, Florence , 

Mallalieu, G. W. & AdaL.. 

Mandell, Albert A , 

Manley, -Mary E 

Mann, Charles H 

Marr, AdelineM 

Marr & Ward 

Mason, Abby S 

Mathews, Frantz 

Matthewson, Jerome 

Maynard, Wm. M 

McAvoy, J. D , 

McAvoy, Mary E 

McCarty, Peter 

McCormick, John J , 

McDermott, Joseph 

McDonald, David A 

McDonough, Margaret 

McDouough, John , 

McDonough, Martin 

McDonough. Mary C 

McGillicuddy, J., heirs of . , 

McGinley, Hugh 

McGowan, Thomas , 

McKenna, Edward 

McKeuna, John H 



Per- Real t!„„„<a 
sonal. Estate. Unpaid. 



1 58 
'2528 



55 
12 64 

1 58 
55 



9 48 

"i'ii 



8 50 
1 58 



7 90 
23 70 



2 37 

2 92 



1 11 

2 93 
2 37 



$50 
25 
21 
30 
45 
19 
37 
48 
26 



26 
18 
18 
IS 

244 
69 

104 



93 22 
18 90 
90 06 
45 03 


43 45 



39 50 

26 86 
15 SO 
92 43 
14 22 
31 60 
23 70 

27 65 



126 40 

3 16 

33 IS 

33 IS 

30 02 



63 99 
37 92 
32 39 


30 81 

6 32 

IS 16 

41 OS 



28 44 
16 59 
18 97 
28 54 
44 24 
28 44 



$30 02 
19 75 



26 86 
55 



21 09 
12 64 



90 06 
45 03 



7 90 



15 80 
23 70 



1 58 
126 40 



33 73 



55 
16 59 



86 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



McLellaj], Petei- 

McLeod, Mary J 

McMahon, James E 

MclSIahon, Mary 

McMilJau, Arcliibald 

McNally, Ami 

McNamara, John 

Meister, Gustave A, 

Merrow, Susan A 

Methodist Church Society. 
Btilan, Patrick, heirs of . . . 

Milan, JMichael 

Miller, Annie 

Miller, George H 

Millar, Alexander 

Miles, George 

Miner, Henry B 

Mitchell, Walter D 

Mitchell, Sarah L, 

]>looar, -James F 

Monahan, Wm. J 

Monahan, James 

Morrell, Mell ville P 

Morrison, Henry 

Morrison, Elisha R 

Morrison, Michael 

.Morse, George W 

Morton, Elhs J 

Moseley, Samuel R 

Mullen, Ellen A 

Mul vej^ Francis 

Mungan, Patrick 

Murray, Thomas 

Murray, John, heirs of 

Murray, Jennie S 

Murray & Frazier 

Murrow, Eunice 



Nay, John H 

Neale, Marianna E 

Newton, E. D 

Nichols, Nancv H., heirs.. . . 

Noble, MarkE 

Nolan, J. F 

Norling, C. G 

Norling, Augusta W 

Norris, William H 

Norris, Charles S 

Norton, Susan M 

Noyes, A. N., lieirs of 

Noyes, Mrs. M. H 

Noyes, George W., heirs of. 

Noyes, Charles W 

Nunn, William J 



W 



O'Brien, Martin, heirs of.. 

O.'Brien, Daniel 

O'Brien, Jolm 

O'Brien, Catherine 

O'Connell, John 

Oetter, Mary M 

Getter, Rudolph 



Per- 
sonal. 



$2 37 
2 37 



12 64 
19 75 
42 66 
3 95 



3 95 



55 



4 74 
31 60 



55 
'i'74 



6 87 
"2*37 
'35 '38 



7 90 



Real 
Estate. 



$9 48 

57 67 

9 48 

22 91 

35 55 

33 18 

38 71 

15 80 

66 36 

50 56 

6 32 

3 16 

15 80 

84 53 



19 75 
120 08 
31 60 
67 94 
42 66 
3 16 
30 02 
56 88 
25 28 
23 70 



17 38 



8 69 



23 70 
9 48 

24 49 
23 91 
37 13 
29 23 



Unpaid. 



45 03 
72 68 
104 28 
39 50 
3 95 
28 44 
42 60 
68 73 
6 32 
38 71 
50 56 
75 84 
20 54 
55 30 
36 34 



121 66 



50 56 

12 64 

3 16 

26 86 



$60 04 



42 66 
15 80 
66 36 
50 56 
6 87 
3 16 
15 80 
97 17 



3 16 



55 
17 38 



31 60 
55 



11 22 
24 49 



45 03 



68 73 



20 54 



a 16 



87 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



O'Keefe, Thomas.. 
O'Neal, Arthur.... 
O'Toole, Michael.. 
Ollsou, Mai'tin. ... 
Orcutt, F. S. H.... 
Osborne, Arthni'. . 
Osborne, Fred. W . 



Per- 
sonal. 



$3 87 



P 



Page, Augustus A 

Paine, Kclward S 

Paine, Francis M 

Paine, Mary A 

Palmer, Chas. E 

Partridge, Sewell 

Partridge, C. A. & A. C 

Payson, Jesse W , 

Peabody & Co 

Peabody, Mary D 

Peabody, Mary D. and Mary J. 

Peare, Geo. H 

Peck, Mary Aun 

Perkins, Louisa R.. 

Perkins, David 

Perkins, Mary B.- 

Perkins & Halej' 

Perry, Mrs. Ira 

Phelps, Henry 

Phelps, Henry B 

Phillips, Benjamin E 

Phipps, Daniel W 

Pickett, BlizaD 

Pierce, Frank H 

Pierce, Ira 

Pierce, Elizab. J. heirs of 

Piei'ce, Nathan H 

Pincsohn, Moses 

Piper, J. Ellery 

Piper, Abby F 

Pluramer, Isaac C 

Pollard, George, heirs of 

Pool, William 

Porter, Ira C 

Pothecary, Harry 

Pothecary, Mrs. H 

Preble, Sophia R 

Preston, Sarah V 

Preston, William D 

Price, William 

Provonchee, Clara 

Putnam,S. G 

Putnam & Worden 



•J, 61 

1 GO 



Quinn, Richard. 



Q 



Radford, Benjm. F. . . 
Radford, J. Edward. 

Reader, Clara R 

Rand, David C 

Raynes, Martha A. . . 

Raynes, John J 

Raynes, Elizab. A... 



1 11 



36 34 
30 03 



39 50 



Real 
Estate. 



?n 3.S 

33 97 

19 7.) 

23 70 

32 39 

0.') ,57 

il OS 



58 40 
00 Oi) 

41 oy 

23 70 



• 14 22 
101 12 

37 S2 

27 05 

240 48 

33 18 
25 28 
52 14 

32 
58 40 

2 37 
79 00 

34 70 
104 28 

39 50 
88 48 
55 30 
17 38 
. 94 80 
37 92 

78 21 

79 00 
;>,- 92 
34 70 

79 
39 50 
03 20 
33 18 
31 00 
50 88 
47 40 
85 32 



27 05 



Unpaid. 



47 40 



32 



18 49 

37 02 



191 97 




4 74 




63 20 




17 38 




23 70 


23 70 


22 12 


22 13 


53 93 





88 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Readville Rubber Co. , 

Reagan, Mary 

Reardon, Ellen 

Reed, Edwin and Sarah S. . 

Remick, Moses A 

Reynolds, S. H 

Rhoades, Charles H 

Rice, George M 

Rich, Henry A 

Rich, Frank B 

Rich, Martha L 

Rich, Harriet N 

Rich, Ruf us K 

Richardson, A. H 

Richardson, George L 

Riley, Joseph 

Riley, Joseph and Bridget. 

Risk, Thomas H 

Ritchie, John 

Roberts, Elizabeth 

R,obinson, Julia F 

Robinson, J. T. & Co 

Robinson John A 

Robinson, Sarah A. K 

Rogers, Emma A 

Rogers, Anna L 

Rogers, Michael 

Rogers, "SVilliam 

Rogers, Margaret 

Rogers, Francis P 

Rollins, Fred. E 

Roome, David B 

Roome, Bridget E 

Rooney, Patrick 

Rooney, Catharine 

Rooney, P. J.... 

Rooney, Mary 

Rooney, Thomas heirs of. . 

Rooney, Elizabeth 

Rooney, Bridget 

Rooney, Lawrence A 

Ross, Jane M 

Rossney, William 

Roundy, Samuel R 

Roundy, WilUam E 

Runneils, Levi A 

Russell, Prudence W 

Ryan, Isaac L 

Ryan, Margaret J « 

Ryder, Calvin, 



Per- Real tt„,.„^^ 
sonal Estate. Unpaid. 



$94 80 



3 16 
1 58 



1 11 



Samuels, Sarah B.. 
Sanford, George. - . 
Sanford, Oliver E. . 
Sanford, Martha P. 
Sanger, Sarali J — 
Savage, Eben D — 

Savage, MaryE 

Savage, Mary 

Saviile, Grace R — 

Sawtelle, G. W 

Sawtelle, MaryM.. 
Sawyer, E. W 



79 00 



8 45 



11 So 



15 SO 



■ S 45 
39 50 



$14 2: 
11 OG 
44 24 



48 19 
61 G: 
G3 99 
150 10 
03 20 
18 90 
75 05 



37 92 
03 99 
4 74 
14 22 
GO S3 
18 9G 
61 62 
OS 

40 61 
90 06 
99 54 
57 G 



31 GO 

32 39 
3 16 

37 92 
3 16 
20 86 



124 S2 
19 75 

7 90 
30 81 

1 58 

6 32 
IS 96 
59 25 
14 22 

9 4S 

27 65 
37 92 
44 24 
.52 14 

28 44 
104 2 



44 24 
30 02 
94 80 
159 58 
61 62 
3 95 

41 87 
3 10 

40 29 
1 58 
26 8G 

42 66 



$44 24 



18 9G 
75 05 



39 50 



63 20 



99 54 



3 IG 

3 16 
26 86 

5 45 
124 82 

19 75 
7 90 

32 00 
1 58 

6 32 
18 9G 



37 92 
44 24 
72 68 

28 44 



89 



RESIDENT TAX-rAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Sawyer, Daniel 

Sayer, William H 

Schell, Ellen A 

Schofleld, Hamiab 

Scott, Robert 

Scott, Robert, Jr 

Scott, Norman W 

Scott, Jarius H 

Scott, .John, 1st 

Seott, John, 2d 

Scrivens, Joseph 

Shaler, Cushman B 

Shaw, Mary 

Shea, Edward 

Shea, William 

Shea, Mary J 

Shea, John S 

Sheedy, Daniel 

Sheedy, Daniel, guardian 

Sheehan, Mary 

Shepard, Sarah B 

Sherman, Dexter 

Sherman, Mary A 

Sherman, Marshall A 

Sherman, Ella E 

Simmons, James 

Simmons, James, trustee. . . . 

Simmons, George W. D 

Simmons, John O 

Simpson, A & E 

Simpson, Charlotte H 

Sinclair, George B 

Smith, John W 

Smith, William S 

Smith, Maria E 

Smith, Henry S 

Smith, Miriam A 

Snow, Livinia 

Somes, Henry I 

Soule, Myra L 

Soule, John A 

Soule, Sadie L 

Sparrell, William P 

Stanley, Richard 

Stanley, Miss M A 

Stark, Henry G 

Stark, Mary J 

Stevens, Mary M 

Stevens, John N 

Steward, Joseph 

Stillman, Frances G 

Stockbridge, Caroline A. G.. 

Stockford, Hugh J 

Stocking. George L 

Stokoe, Robert H 

Stone, William P 

Stone, Edward 

Stone, Henry A 

Story, Arthur W 

Stuart, Wm. J 

Stuart, W. J. & Elizabeth G. 

Sullivan, Frank B 

Sumner, Sally R 

Sumner J W. P., heirs of 



Per- 
sonal. 



$3 37 
3 16 



31 CO 
""79 



Real 

Estate. 



5 Gli 



10 27 

"i'si 



9 48 
15 80 



7 90 
6 32 



79 

55 

2 37 



2 77 
1 11 

9 48 
9 48 



55 

4 74 



9 48 
'33"97 
"695 



f33 97 
45 82 

114 !55 
32 39 

109 02 



28 44 
35 .55 
56 88 
47 40 
17 38 
44 24 
27 65 
17 38 
2 37 
13 43 
32 39 

32 
11 06 

6 32 
.59 25 
32 39 

1 58 



43 45 
42 66 
33 97 


33 18 


IS 96 
26 86 
14 22 


39 50 


39 50 


34 76 


21 33 
67 94 



Unpaid. 



03 20 
33 97 
43 45 
18 96 
77 42 
45 82 
36 34 
61 62 
20 54 
74 26 



28 44 

3 95 

4 74 
97 96 
24 49 

363 40 
41 08 



$17 as 
13 m 

32 S9 



18 96 



39 50 



39 50 

79 

35 31 



63 20 



45 82 
36 34 
61 62 



90 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Sumner, Henrietta C 

Swallow, Adeline E 

Swanstrom, A 

Sweeney. Patrick 

Sweeney, Thomas W 

Swett, L. 0. , -Jr 

Swift, Thomas P., heirs of. 

Swinton, William , 

Sykes, Joseph, heirs of 

Sykes , Louisa M 



Tacey, George 

Tarrant, Mary A 

Tasker. Thomas J 

Tasker & Prescott 

Taylor, P. H,, heirs of 

Taylor, Daniel T 

Terry, Henry B 

Terry, H. B. & Abby A 

Terry, Abby A 

Terry, .John 

Tewksbury, Francis W 

Thompson, Mrs. H. A.B 

Thulan, Hans 

Tibbetts, Mark 

Tibbetts, Adeline 

Tilden, Edwin 

Tilden, Annie E 

Tilley, Charles M 

Timpany, Richard, heirs of 

Timson, Susan C & S. C. Foster. 

Timson, Susan C 

Tirrell, Fredk. N 

Tirrell, Martha C 

Tower, Clement B 

Towusend & Kelley 

Townsend & Hammer 

Trainor, Elizabeth • 

Trotter, James M 

Tucker, Charles H 

Tucker, Sarah E 

Tuckerman, John H 

Turner, -John J 

Tattle, Annie M 

Tuttle. Samuel A 

Twitchell, John M, heirs of — 

Twitchell, Elizabeth M 

Tyler, Caroline O 

Tyler, Benjamin F 

Tyler, Harriet B 



Underbill, Merrill. 
Upham, Mary 



U 



Vanness, Peter F 

Vaughan, Charles P 

Videto, Rebecca H 

Vivian, Roxanna 

Vose, Benjamin C 

Vose, Sarah and Mary E . 
Vose, Mary A. B 



Per- 
sonal. 



$2 92 



1 58 



19 75 



13 Oi- 



ls 



5 14 



2 37 



Estate. l^^^V^i^- 



$58 46 
45 03 
31 CO 
23 91 
53 72 



67 9-1 

31 eo 

92 43 
37 13 



45 &2 



44 24 
37 92 
50 5G 
72 68 

17 38 
11 85 

116 92 

41 OS 
33 'S7 
IS 96 
15 80 
34 76 

42 66 
4 74 

37 13 
23 70 

14 22 
67 94 
11 06 
02 41 
46 61 

15 80 

18 17 
20 54 
26 07 
77 42 
48 98 
31 60 

6 32 
67 94' 



56 88 

79 

37 92 

9 48 

43 45 



44 24 
37 13 



1 58 



81 37 
47 40 

. 222 78 

82 16 
52 93 



?58 40 



56 6i 

7!) 

67 94 



45 82 
3 71 



33 97 



18 17 



44 24 



37 13 



25 28 
81 37 



91 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (ContIxNUEd.) 



Vose, Mary E . . 
Vose, Sarah M . 



Per- Keal rj^^„iA 
sonal Estate. Unpaid. 



Walden, Nathan 

Wallace, Richard 

Walmsley, Harriet N 

Walrasley, Charles R 

Walter, Louisa T 

Ward, Waldo F 

Ward, Samuel E 

Ward, Thomas 

Warren, Daniel, heirs of . , 

Warren, Mrs. M. B 

Warren, James L 

Washburn, Andrew 

Washburn, Eliza G 

Waters, Maria A 

Waters, Thomas S 

Waters, M. A &N.T. S 

Webster, Amos 

Webster', Fannie P 

Weimer, Ann M , 

Weisbrod, Annie E 

Welch, Michael 

Weld, Theodore D 

Werner, Josephine A 

Wheeler, George W 

Whitcher, Oscar W 

Whitcher, Mancy 

Whitcher, Martin L., heirs of. 

White, William A 

White, Ann 

White, Georgianna 

White, Jarvis D 

White, Joseph H 

White, Catharine L. V 

Whitney, Martha A 

Whitney, A. H 

Whittemore, E. M & Co 

Wiggin, George T 

Wiggin, Blary E 

Wigley, John 

Wilder, Joshua 

Willard, Henry L 

Willett, Elisab. T 

Willett, Joseph , 

Willett, Mary A 

AVilliams, Amanda 

Williams, Mary M 

Williams, Pheobe A 

Williams, Rinaldo 

Wilson, John 

Wilson, Johanna O 

Wiswall, Julia, heirs of 

Withmgton, George 

Wood, Joseph 

Wood, Louisa M 

Wood, William A — 

Wood, Lydia W 

Wood, Rachael P 

Woods, Geoi-ge W., heirs 

Woodward, Reuben T 

Wright, Richard 



$3 95 
30 02 



6 32 



30 02 
3 95 
25 28 



9 48 
55 



3 IG 



18 96 



3 16 

27 41 
49 77 



90 



47 40 



$48 98 
30 81 



18 IT 
18 90 
20 54 
44 24 
97 90 
132 72 
120 08 



68 40 



,51 35 
132 72 
19 75 
44 24 
18 90 
187 23 
69 52 
14 22 
42 66 
31 60 
181 70 
41 87 



106 65 

73 47 

316 00 



18 17 

39 50 
33 18 
44 24 
36 34 
43 45 

40 29 



1 58 
33 97 
33 18 
58 86 
48 98 
96 38 
31 60 
48 19 



23 


70 


IS 9b 


71 


10 



23 70 
15 80 

36 34 

37 92 
79 00 



105 86 

9 48 

19 75 

IS 96 

97 17 



$20 54 
44 24 



6 32 

58 46 



187 23 
52 14 



55 
39 50 



43 45 



52 14 

81 37 

7 90 



73 47 
3 24 



92 



RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Wright, Eliza H. , heirs. 

Wright, Charles 11 

Wyiiian, Ferdinand, 



Yeaton, Charles H., 



Zimmerniann, Carl 

Zlnamermann, Minnie. B. 



Per- 
sonal. 



$31 00 



Real 
Estate. 



$36 34 
4.5 82 



.34 76 



56 88 
.50 56 



Unpaid. 



.?3G 34 



56 8S 
50 56 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. 



A 



Abiiigtoii Savings Bauk 

Acroyd Plarriet 

Adams' Express Co 

Alden George A. & Co 

jMdrich Chas. A 

Allen Grauville C 

Allen & Gammons 

Allman & Grossman, Jr 

American Tool & Machine Co. 

Ames Fred. L 

Arnold Sarah H. heirs 

Ajer Ezra C 



B 



Jjachollor Annie M 

Badger Mrs. M. A 

Badger Mary C 

Bailey A. H 

Baker Michael A 

Baldwin Amelia 

Baldwin & Rich 

Baldwin & ^\ ebster 

Bancroft George, heirs of. 

Barnard Henry 

Barnes, Ward'& Co 

Barnwell John 

Barr Ellena S 

Barrows Roswell s' 

Bartlett Elkanah, heirs. . . 

Barton Hannah 

Bean A aron H . 



EESIDENCE. 



Per- 
gonal. 



Real 

Estate. 



Ahingtou 

New York, X. Y. . 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Unknown 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Easton 

Boston 

Unionyilo, Conn... 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Maiden 

Boston 

Somerville 

So. Dartmouth 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

So. Ware, Me 

Boston 

Valley Falls, R.I. 

Lawrence 

.Jamaica Plain 

Plymouth 

Boston 

Roxhury 



Bell John iDedhani. 



Bemis Sarah C . 

Berry Julia 

Binncy Matthew 

Bishop Jane 

Black George N., heirs 

Blanchard Elizabeth, heirs.. . . 

Bonin Abba B 

Boston Blov.-cr Co 

B. &P. 1^. Road Co 

Bosworth .Tennie B 

Boyi Samuel 

Bovden Mary D 

Boyle Nellie'D 

Brnckett .-. E. . trustee 

Bradbury S. A 

Bradbury A . L. , trustee 

Bradlee J. Walter 

Bradley Henry E 

Bragan Isaac X 

Braiuard Milling Machine Co. 

Bi-annan James 

Brewer E. J 

Bridgeman Alfna V 

Briggs Elbridge G 

Brooks Alfred L 

Brooks Mrs.S. C 

Brooks & Converse 

Brown John A. 



Brockton 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Cambridgeport. . . 

Kittery, Itle 

Boston 

Boston 

.Saco. Me 

Booth Bay, Mo... 

Billerica 

Boston 

Boston 

Cleveland, O 

Cambridge 

Milton..... 

Sharon 

New London, Ct. 

Boston 

Boston 

Charlestown 

Toledo, Oluo 

So. Boston 

Somerville 

Boston 

Boston 

Eowell. 



J3 W 
23 70 



(x! 20 

'sw'so 



395 00 



331 80 



Brown B. E i Charlestown. 



^22 12 
(iO 04 



iib 


30 


3 


9;") 


18 90 



1 ,'-)8 
774 20 

6 

34 7(j 
48 <Ji> 



24 4i 

2-t 'k 

1 .'^ih' 
7 11 

39 50 

15 SO 
206 OS 

79 00 

79 

1 58 

3 10 

42 Si 



Unpaid. 



18 90 
15 a 

26 to 
3 10 
44 24 
18 I'l 
71 10 

11 r-:, 

110 04. 
100 33 

37 13 
189 <50 
777 30 

15 80 
2 37 

26 07 

27 05 

31 00 
290 72 

1 58 

13 43 

1 58 

1 58 

160 

12 64 
22 1 
05 5 
29 23 
43 45 
22 12 

32 39 
20 54 
11 00 



«3 10 

18 90 



IS 1" 



37 13 



12 64 
65 57 



11 06 



94 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Real 
Estate. 


Unpaid. 








$25 28 
00 04 
12 G4 
49 77 
77 42 

6 32 

22 12 
107 44 

3 16 

1 .58 

2 37 

2 37 

79 

9 48 

144 57 

3 95 
39 50 

5 53 

1 58 

4 74 
31 60 

2 37 
34 76 
.")0 88 
45 82 
84 53 
20 54 
79 00 

34 76 

3 95 

7 11 

2 76 
45 03 

9 48 
41 08 
41 OS 

3 16 
1-29 56 

35 55 

23 70 
28 44 
23 70 

' 1 58 

1 58 

14 22 

2U 54 

3 95 

428 97 

3 16 

1 58 

3 95 

3 16 

79 

.53 72 

3 95 

37 92 

1 58 

17 .38 

23 JO 

9 48 

3 95 






















Pittsfleld 






























Buck J. W 






$107 44 
3 16 
1 58 




Bedford . 




Burns G.W 






Burns James M 






o 37 


BiTtier Fannie S 




C 






79 


Capin E. W 


Milton 












04 57 


Carpenter E. 15 


Providence, E. I. . . . 






Carr A. W 


Dighton 




39 50 


CarrJ. C 


Portsmouth, N. H. .. 




5 53 


Gary Harrison 


Boston 






Case Samuel V 


Rumford, R. I 






Cass Francis W 


Roslindale 






Caulfield Bridget 


Jamaica Plain 






Chamberlain Martha A 


Roxbury 






Chamberlain H. C, heirs 


Marlboro 






Chase Francis A 


Roxbury 






Churchill O. C 


Dedham 






Churchill C.S 


Dedham 






Churchill J. E 


l>orchester 






Citizens Slutual Ins. Co 


Boston 




34 76 


Clapp R. Dexter 


Dorchester 






Clark Abbe C, trustee 


Boston 






Clark Henry 


Dorchester 






Clark William B 


Westboro 




45 03 


Claxton Sarah E. L 


Boston. 




9 48 


Cobb Mary Jane 


Beaohmont 






Cochran, fejamuel Q , estate 


Boston 






Codman, Henry heirs of 


Dorchester. ..... 






Coffin, Charles H 


Newburport 




129 5G 


Colburn, Allen 


Dedham 






Colburn, Howard 


Dedham 






Colburn, James 


Dedham 




23 44 


Colby, John F 






23 70 


Cole Mary Ann 






1 58 


Coleman, Endicott & Stone 


Dedham 






Coleman, George W 








Coleman, Lewis 








Como, Franklin 












$15 SO 


444 77 


Conboy, Michael 


Boston 










1 58 








3 95 






















-^ 


53 72 








3 95 


Converse, B. B 














































3 95 













95 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Corthell, Wendell G 

Costellow. W. C 

Ci'owell, Erlnmnd 

Crowell, Albert.: 

Cunane, William 

Cunnigham, Mary E 

Currj', Joseph T 

Cushiug, Ladd & Cushiiig 
Cutter, Harriet E 



D 



Baltoii, John 

Dane & McClearn 

Davis, Arris H 

Davis, Sarah J 

Davis, F. S 

Davis, George H 

DeEutremoiit, Matilda A. 

Deane, Leila M 

Deane, Henry M 

Deane, Hellcn M 

Dedham & H. P. Gas Co. . 

Dennis, Ellen 

Denny, John W 

Dickerman, Annie H 

Dill,T. K 

Doe, Edgar J 

Donohue, Patrick 

Dorchester Sec. Church. . 

Dorr, Mary E 

Dows, Amos W 

Doyle, Austacia 

Dunlap, Martin 

Putton, Julia A 



Eastman, J. S Boston 

Eastman, John E Nashua, N. H . . 

Eddy, Daniel C |T5rooklyu, N. Y 

Eldredge, Daniel W. Koxbury. 



RESIDENCE. 



Boston 

Stockton, Cal 

Boston 

Boston 

So. Groveland 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Boston 

Boston 

Jaffrey, N. H 



Framingham 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston -. . 

Boston 

Haverhill 

Boston 

Randolph 

Hingham 

Hingham 

Dedham 

Jamaica Plain 

Milton 

Somerville 

Brighton 

Providence, E. I. 

Boston 

Dorchester 

Boston 

Lowell 

Maiden 

Boston 

Boston 



Ellis, John. 

Elhson, \V. P. Adm... 

Ely, Fred. D., trustee. 

Evans, P erley V 

Evans, Thomas C 

Evvins, Alexander 



F 



Fabyan, Sarah A 

Fairbanks, J A 

Farrar, J. H 

Farrington, W. S 

iParrington, Mary & Eliza. 

Farwell, J. E 

Faxon. Henry H 

Fellows, Martha T 

Perry, E. B., heirs of 

Perry, Rhoda 

Fette, W. Elliott 

Pield, James B '. 

JFisher, Qep. A. Trustee. . . 



Medlield 
Newton. .. 
Dedham.. 
Norwood. 
Boston .. . 
Boston ... 



Boston 

Melrose 

Jamaica Plain. 

Waltham 

Dedham 

Boston 

Quincy 

Boston 

Milton 

Milton 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 



Per- 
sonal 



oS 81 



Real 

Estate. 



$3 10 
3 10 
50 50 
1 1 ni! 



Unpaid. 



32 


28 44 


3 95 


5 53 


15 01 


3 10 


197 50 


3 95 


31 60 


4 74 


S3 97 


34 70 


11 00 


38 71 


1 58 


54 51 


30 81 


15 80 


37 92 


4 74 


53 72 


32 


6 72 


18 90 


49 77 


32 12 


2 37 


33 18 


39 50 


104 28 


71 10 


3 10 


100 33 


8 C9 


124 82 


8 m 


67 94 





45 82 

3 95l 

35 n5 

3 16 

15 SO 

23 12 

3 95 

113 76 

3 95 

3 95 

41 87 

48 19 

67 15 



?26 44 
3 95 



15 01 



197 50 



33 97 



8 09 
109 02 



48 19 



96 



NON-RESTDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Contixued.) 



Fisiier, Claritwa C. . . . 

Kisk, Samual (J 

Fisk, Clai-k &Tro\v 

Fla'Sg. S. S 

Flai?---i)^!nn;sF 

FUut, Cliarleo L 

Fliiit, Fr;incis 

F()>,'--, W.J.G 

Fold, Jamas 

Foster, Geort^c, heirs of. . 
Foster, Racluiel, heirs of. 

Fowls, Gi'orge Sv 

Fo\\'ler, William P 

Foxboro' Savings Bank.. 



Gaff ney, Bridget 

Gerald, F. L 

Giles,, Orville, heirs of. 

Giles, Delphiua 

Gill , Dominick 

Gilman, Helen L 

Gilmartiii, Patrick 

Gleason, J. IJ 

Gleason, James 

Glover & Wilcomb 

Goodnow, Daniel, Jr. . . 

Gordon, Mary J 

Goucli, John B 

Gould, Simon 

Gray, Thomas H 

Graham, Mathew H. . . 

Greeley, John D 

Green, Reuben 

Greenhood, Morris 

Greenhood, xibram 

Greenhood, Mavy ...... 

Giinn. John and Sanfli. 

Gunniso:!, W. S 

Gurney , A nsel F 

Guraay, Silas - 



H 

Hail, George, heirs of. 
Hulderman, vrus S . . . 

Hail, Mary E : 

Hall, Eliza M 

Hall, Mary E 

Ham, Joseph 

Hammond, James B. . . 

Hapzood, S. H 

Hardy, Elizabeth, 

Flardy, B. H. , trustee . 

Harrenden, E. G 

Harman, J. W 

Hartiia;, Gustave 

Hartwcll, William H.. 

Hartw*^!! & Jefts 

Haskell, Sylvanus G. . . 

Haven, Mary L 

H'lvdan, Hannah R 

Hay leu, Hannah Li ... 



RE8IDE>rCE. 



E. Bridgewater... 

Boston 

Mediield.. 

Littleton 

Boston 

Boston 

Cambridge 

So. Boston 

Los Angelos, Cal. 

Boston 

Dorchester 

•Taraaica Plain 

Boston 

Foxboro 



Lacouia, N. H.. 

Westford 

Indian Orchard. 

Boston 

Boston 

Miltoa 

Lexington 

1 )edham 

Boston 

Boston 

i'OSton 

Roston 

iil. Walpole 

vValpoIe 

'-oston 

fioston 

Uoxburj^. ...... 

!)edham 

Dedham 

Dedham 

Whi tings ville. .. 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 



Warren, R. 1 

Boston 

Newton — 

Milton 

Boston 

Roxbury 

New York, K. Y. . 

Boston . . » 

Bradford, N. H... 
Bradford, N. H.,. 

So. Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

E. Cambridge 

E. Cambridge — 
Deer Island, Mc. . 

Boston 

Dedham 

Dedham 



Per- 
sonal. 



Eeal 

Estate. 



94 80 



Unpaid. 



$:] 95 

r/.) 25 

h:2 7-1- 

102 70 

;.«;f 7e 

■2 J 07 

■i') i'2 

4ii (U 

It 2 

."1 (r 

C-l 7v 



31 (50 
(iO 83 

:n 60 

4 7i 

1 58 

60 04 

7 90 

35 .5.1 

G80 7S 

] 58 

4<! HI 

'o 4- 

109 C2 

fti 35 

25 2'- 

41 08 

10 27 

79 

27 (35 

4 74 

34 70 

72 68 

7 90 



53 72 



60 04 

7 90 

34 55 



41 67 



39 50 
4 74 

7 90 



11 06 

47 40 



2S 44 



97 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Haynes, CO 

Haywai'd, Henry 

Henderson, Mary... 
Henderson. William. 
Hibbard, Salmon i.'. 



KESIDEXCE. g^^e^j_ ^f^f^l Unpaid. 



Dedham 

Boston 

Aniesbury 
A mesbury 
Boston 



Hodges, Samuel t r.oston. 

Hoetling, Antone 

Holden Lousa B 

Holdsworth, Sarah H 

Holdsworth, Squire 

Holland, Wm. A 

Hollingsworth, Z. T 

HoUis, Klizabeth S 

Holmes, H. E.,M. A. &LB 

Holmes, Clarissa 

Hohvay, James O 

Hood, "Hermone 

Hooker, George E 

Howes, Soloman 

Hoxie, Timothy W,. heirs of.. 2. 

Hoy, Bridget 

Hoyt, Elizabeth G 

Hunt, Lucien 

Hunt, Rebecca T 

Hurd, W. J 

Husted, J. B 



Boston 

Charlesowu 

Albany, N.Y 

Albany, N. Y 

Dorchester 

Milton 

Boston 

Bridge water 

Provincetown 

Boston 

Lynn 

Unknown 

Cambridge 

Boston 

Dedham 

Chelsea 

Mt. Vernon, N. H. 

Melrose 

Boston 

Water town 



Jackson, Robert Boston 



Jackson, Caroline. 

Jenney, JMary F 

Jennings, Ralph S . . . 
Johnson, Edward A. 



Dorchester. 
So. Boston , 

Boston 

Boston. 



Jones, Paine M. C Kingston 



Jones, Edward J.. 
Jones, Sophia C v . 



K 



Keene, Nahum 

Kelley, George W... 

Kelley, James 

Kelley, Wilham 

Kingman, R. V 

Kingsbury, .Jesse F. 

Kinsley, J. G 

Knights, B. B. &R. 



Lane, Emma L 

Lane, Petpr 

Lang, Henjm. J 

Lawrence, Marianna P . 

Lawson, Eliza J 

Lawton, Charles 

Leland, Abner M 

Lenfest, Mary C 

Leverett, George V 

Lewis, Isaac 

Lewis, George S 

Lticlifleld, John H 

Littlefield, Abigail 



Boston 
Boston 



Dedham 

Boston 

Boston 

Lowell '■•■ 

Brockton 

W. Roxbury. . . 

Melrose 

Providence, R. 



Norton 

Boston 

Boston 

Nantucket 

Coloi-ado Sp'gs, Col. 

Needham 

Newton 

Boston 

Cambridge 

Dorchester 

Steuben, Me 

Wallaston 

Wells, Me , 



$SSO 0(J 



7!) 
7i» 

7 90 
88 -is 

9 48 

3 If) 

4 74 
44 24 
03 99 
35 55 

5 13 
303 36 

33 97 
30 81 

5 53 
SO 11 
18 9G 

1 58 

74 26 

127 98 

22 12 

12 64 

7 90 
41 OS 
39 .50 
53 72 



13 43 
1 58 
06 SO 
93 22 

d 32 

1 58 



32 
3 16 

1 58 
15 SO 
41 08 
22 12 

1 58 
1025 42 



45 82 
30 SI 
23 70 
57 
1 58 
55 30 
19 

7 00 
38 72 

15 80 

6 90 

11 00 

8 95 



70 
3 10 



63 99 
35 55 



86 11 
1 58 



53 72 

79 

GO 36 



15 80 
22 12 



57 67 
1 58 



98 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Uttle, James L. Ji 

Loomis, Elihu G 

Loring, David. 

JLoud, John J. , Sarah and Annie and 

Alice French 

Loud, Emily V 

Loud, Martha B 

Lovell, A.G 

Lowell, Joseph Q 

Lyford, Thomas J 

Lyford, Biley 

Lynch, William 



M 



Mahoney, John 

Mann, Alexander 

Mansfield, Oliver W 

Mansfield, Preston R 

Marcy, Elizabeth 

Marshall, J. H 

Maxim, Jane 

May & Ranney, executors 

Maynard. George H 

Mayo, Hari'iet M 

McCabe, Patrick 

McCabe, Rose 

Mc' affrey, Ann 

McCormick, Thomas 

McCormick, Maria J 

McUougall, Archibald 

Mc Dowell, Jane 

McFarland, J &0.A 

McGavs^, Robert 

McLaughlin. Daniel 

McLeod, John 

McMaster, Bernard 

McNulty, Ellen 

McSwaln, Ewen 

Mead, Adelbert 

Melladew, George 

Mellen , Laura 

Merrill, William 

Merrill, John C 

Meserve, Abigail 

Metropolitan Land Co. , 

sietropolitan Land Co. , 

Meyer, Rachael, Sarah, Louisa and 

Rebecca 

Midelldorf , Rebecca 

Miller, Amos H 

Mills, Emma 

Munroe, C. W 

Munroe, William 

Munroe, Fannie B 

Moody, Frelinghuysen 

Moody, Mrs. C. H 

Moore, John W .- 

Moore, Alice R 

Morgan, Sarah E 

Mori'arty, Wni. H 

Morrill, Mabel E 

Morrill, George C 

Morse, Luther T. heirs of 



RESIDENCE. 



Krookline. 
Bedford. . , 
Boston . . . 



Weymouth 

Weymouth 

Weymouth 

Boston 

Charlestowu . . 

Boston 

Provincetown. 
Boston 



Boston 

Charlestown 

Boston 

Dedham 

Newton 

Boston 

Broo'iilyn, N. Y., 

Boston 

Waltham 

Wellesley 

Dedham 

Dedham 

St. Louis, Mo 

Boston 

('alifornia , 

Nova Scotia 

Boston 

Quincy 

Hudson 

Boston 

So. Boston 

Boston 

So. Easton 

Milton 

W. Acton 

Boston 

OberlinO 

Roxbur}^ 

Boston 

Canton 

Boston 

Boston 



Dedham 

Boston 

Boston 

Roxbury 

B. Cambridge 

Milton, L. M 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Unknown 

Canada 

Boston 

Newton 

Boston 

Boston 

r5oston ..., 

Sharon 

Dedham 



Per- Real Ti^^of^ 
sonal. Estate. Unpaid. 



$39 50 



140 62 
4 74 

2S 44 

248 85 
99 54 
50 88 



3 95 

8 69 

51 35 

6 32 



22 12 
9 48 
67 94 
22 12 
20 54 

2 37 

5 53 
66 36 
,53 72 
72 68 

6 82 
1 58 
1 58 

129 56 
50 56 

3 16 
J 58 
3 95 

40 29 

1 58 

3 16 

15 80 

30 81 

37 13 

3 1(5 

9 48 

2j 07 

6 32 
3 16 

51 
26-86 
11 85 

7 90 
40 

3 16 

5 53 

4 74 
15 80 
44 24 

3 16 

29 23 

1 58 

6 32 
13 43 
28 44 

3 16 

63 20 

40 



6 32 
1 58 



1 58 
3 95 



15 80 
30 81 



3 16 
11 85 



7 90 
40 



15 80 



3 16 



99 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Morse, George W 

]Morse, E. J. ^^, heirs of.. 

Morse, Julia F 

Morse. Leonard, lielrs of. 
Morton. Joseph, heirs of. 

Moulton, Oliver , 

Mullen, John 

Mullen, Ann 

MuDgin, Margaref 

Murphy, Thomas 



N 



Nash, Joseph D 

Newburyport Savings Bank.. 

Newell, Charles A • 

Newell, Mary A 

Newell, Lucien P> 

Newhall, Sarah E 

N. Y. & N. E. R.K. Company. 

Niles, Louville V 

Nolan, James , 

Northern Baptist Ed. Society. 
Nott, Martha A 



O 

O'Donnell, Edward. 

Otis, George D 

Oxton, Mal'ia 



H 



Page Harriet J f . 

Page, Oilman 

Page, Charles J '. 

Paine, Frederick 

Palmer, Snsau A 

Palmer, Ranselier E 

Parker, Benjm. VV 

Parker, George J. heirs of 

Parker, M. W 

Park, U. P., heirs of 

Parsons, II enry 

Patch, Charles J 

Pattee,W. S 

Paul, Ebenczer 

Peck, Pheobe W 

Peck, Harriet O 

Peele, Elizab. R., heirs of 

Peoples' Ice Co 

Perkins, Ezra G,, heirs of 

Peterson, Olive 

Pfaflf, Henry and Jacob 

Pfaff, Wm. C 

Pierce, J 

Pierce. Nichols & Craft, trustees. 

Pierce, Mary A 

Pierce, Job A . . .". 

Piukham & Litchfield 

Poramer, Robert E - 

Pomnier, Louisa A 

Porter, A. Wallace 

Pratt, Leban 



Natick, R. I. 

Everett 

Milton 



EESIBENCE. ^^^^^^ ^f^l^ Unpaid. 



Newtonville. 
So. Easton. . 

Boston 

Milton 

Milton 

Boston 

I^oston 

Boston 

Grove] and.. . 
E. Dedham . 



Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Newburyport 

Lawrence 

Unknown 

Bowdoinham, Me. 

JMelrose 

Boston 

Boston 

l5oston 

Boston 

Saco, Me 



Boston 

Boston 

Boston A 

Mansfield 

Charlestown 

Boston 

Brookline 

Roxbury 

lioston , 

Boston 

Hoston ". 

Boston 

Boston 

Dedham 

Somerville' 

E. Greenwich, R. I. 

Salem 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Unknown 

Boston 

Boston 

Foxboro' 

Wallaston 

Boston 

Boston 

Wallaston 

Boston J . . 



47 40 



$23 70 

3 16 
IS 9U 

218 04 

33 IS 

01 02 

2 37 

4 74 
03 99 
11 00 



41 08 

11 00 

2 37 

2 37 
45 82 
34 70 

387 89 
lOo 07 

3 95 
7 90 

39 50 



29 23 

30 02 
15 80 



194 34 

31 GO 

14 22 
44 24 

28 24 

3 95 
56 88 

4 74 
2 37 

1 98 
48 19 

29 23 

2 37 
11 85 
17 38 
51 35 
81 37 
94 80 
22 12 
37 92 

G 32 

37 92 

79 

80 58 

32 39 
1 58 

17 38 
4 74 

15 80 

3 10 
10 59 



23 70 



2 37 



41 08 



39 £0 



81 37 



37 92 
79 



3 16 



15 80 
3 16 



ipo 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



RESIDENCE. 



Pratt, Isaac Jr i Boston 

Pratt, Edmund T | Boston 

Prescott, Mrs. S. E jNew Brunswick. 

Price, Fitz James i Boston 

Proctor, Tliomes P I Boston 



Q 



Quincy, Savings Bank, IQuincy 

QuigJey, Mary J ' Jam.alca Plain.. 

Quimby, Munroe T j Melrose 

Qnimby, J. B. heirs of iDubuque, Iowa. 



Randlett, D. D iSt. Albans, Yt. 



liay, Margai'et. 

Kay, Ellen F 

liaymond, A. S 

Real Estate & Building 
Keddic, I. H. 



Co. 



Boston , 

Woburn 

Oedham 

Boston 

Charlestown. 



Reed, Hammond j Brookfleld 



Reeves, Mai-y. 

Remick, Timothy 

Rhodes, A. H 

Rich, A Judson 

Richards, W. R. & Elise B. 

Richards. .Joseph R 

Richards, Daniel 

Richardson, Liicretia T 

Richmond, Augustus C 

Ridgevvay, E. W 

Riedell, John H 

Robinson, J ohn B 

Robinson, 15enjaniin F 

Robinson, Charles, Jr. 



Rollins, James \V .,. IBostoii. 

Rooney, Patrick M 

Rouillard, E. R 

Rowe Brothers 

Rowell, Henry A 

Russell, Ellen II 



Boston. 

Boston 

Boston 

Fall River 

Boston 

Cambridge 

Danvers 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Unknown 

Littleton Common. 

St. Albans. Vt 

VV. Newton 



Per- 
sonal. 



New Bedford. 

Hostou 

Boston 

Boston. 



H 



Saco & Biddeford Savings Bank., 

Safford, A. II 

Safl'ord,N.r 

Safford, N. F., trustee 

Sahlein, David A 

Sandeen, Cathai'inc, heirs of 

Sanford, Miss E. L 

Saulsbury, Jothain . . .~ 

Scaife, Ellen A 

Scrannage, Mathew 

Seaver, Nathaniel 

Seaver, Jacob W 

Severance, George E 

Sharp, J. C 

Sharp, Wm. C 

Shattuck, Milo »I 

Shaw, Joseph P 

Shaw. C. C ,. 

Shaw, Lydia A 



Saco, Me 

Cambridge 

Milton., r 

Milton 

New York, N. Y. 

Roxbury 

Michigan 

VVeymouth 

Boston 

Medtord 

E. Boston 

Boston 

Cambridge , 

Dorchester , 

Dorchester 

Groton 

Jamaica Plain — 

Lewiston 

Somerville 



Real 
Estate. 



Unpaid. 



179 3.3; 

2G2 28 j 

.'J9 .iO 

31 GO I 

58 lel 



41.-) 54! 

1 .58 

104 28 I 

51 Sol 



30 34 

2(j 80 

3 05 

33 IS 

1581 58 

79 

47 40 

2G 80 



42 05 

58 4(i 

79 00 

24 49 

9 48 

1 58 

10 27 

56 S8 

39 50 

50 88 

04 78 

01 02 1 

94 SO 

32 

3 10 

79 

47 40 

22 91, 



316 79 


145 36 


44 24 


28 44 


18 90 


12 64 


113 76 


86 90 


7 90 


■/ 90 


323 90 


5 93 


3 16 


1 58 


1 58 


13 64 


3 16 


63 99' 


70 31 



3 95 



22 91 



44 2t 

38 44 



113 76 
80 90 



lOI 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Shute, J. M 

Simmons, Eliza P, heirs of 

Simmons, William A 

Simonds, Harriet 

Smith, J. Adams 

Smith, Oliver A 

Smith, George H 

Smith, W. A 

Smith, Harriet and Ellen F 

. Smith, Maria A 

Smith, Jane 

Snyder, C. B., heirs of 

Somes, Samuel S 

Spooner , Mary B 

Spfing, Rebecca B 

Springer, Charles C 

Springer, George H 

Springfield, Nathaniel 

Stanwood, J. E 

Stark Mary 

Stark, John H 

Stephenson, W. G 

Stevens, Elizab. W 

Stevens, Elizab. W 

Stevens, Elizabeth 

Stevenson, Mary F 

Stevenson, Hemmenwayand Russell. 

Stone, Franklin, heirs of 

Storey, William 11 

Stratton, Charles E 

Straw, John B 

Sullivan, Margaret 

Sumner, M. P 



Tabor, Charles A 

Taf t, Amariah A 

Taft, Austin A 

Talbot, M ssM. B 

Talbot, Jabez 

Talbot, J. Jr 

Taylor, George 

Thompson, Umphi'ay 

Thompson, Asa, heirs of 

Thompson, Chai-les, heirs of. . . 

Thompson. C. S 

Thompson, Elenora 

Thorndyke, James P., heirs of. 

Therndyke, Sarah W 

Thurston, Philander 

Tileson. & Holliiigi worth 

Tilton, Eliza T 

Tirrell, Caroline 

Tobey, Susannah H., heirs of.. 

Todd, Robert M 

Torrey, Everett 

Tower, Isaac H 

Towsend, George M 

Towsend, Eliza J 

Trescott. Ebenezer. heirs of 

Tripp, Emily A 



KESIDENCE. 



W. Mewton 

Boston 

Brockton 

Boston 

Washington, D. C. 

Waltham 

Boston 

Norwood 

Dedham 

Barre 



Otter River 

Milton 

•Jamaica Plain. 

New Jersev 

St. Paul, Minn., 

Boston 

Boston , 

Topsfleld 

Boston , 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

Milton 

Boston 

Boston 

Fitchburg 

Lewiston, IMe. . 

So. Boston 

Dedham 



Lynn 

Milford 

Mendon 

Dorchester 

Stoughton 

Stoughton 

Boston 

Boston 

Milton 

Dorchester 

New York, N. Y. 

So. Sudbury 

Boston 

Boston 

Milton 

Boston 

Chelmsford 

Boston 

Boston 

Milton 

Boston 

Dedham 

Boston 

Saugus 

New York, N. Y 
Brooklyn, N. Y.. 



Per- Real 
sonal. Estate. 



110 60 

4 74 

34 70 

4.-) 82 

12 64 

3 95 

37 13 

33 18 

3 16 
43 45 

38 44 

37 92 
81 3 
40 61 
18 96 

4 74 
12 64 

3 16 

38 71 
79 

40 29 
20 54 
74 26 

34 76 
270 18 

79 
07 94 
85 32 
31 60 
37 92 
62 41 
3 95 

35 55 



35 .55 

4 74 
6 32 
3 16 

20 54 
20 54 

5 S3 
1 58 

74 26 
33 IS 
1 58 
3 16 
9 48 
56 88 

36 34 
758 40 

64 78 
32 39 
22 12 
45 82 
27 65 
101 12 

6 32 
3 16 

40 
61 62 



Unpaid. 



3 95 
37 13 
33 18 



81 37 



68 20 
34 7() 



31 60 



62 41 
3 95 



6 32 

20 54 

20 54 

5 53 

1 58 



102 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. — (Continued.) 



Tucker, Elijah, heirs of 

Tucker, Nathan, heirs of 

Tucker, Mary T 

Tucker, Jauies 

Tucker, G. H 

Tucker, Stephen A 

Tufts, John W 

Turner, R. W 

Tyler, ^Y. li 

V 

Union Institution for Savings 

Utley, Joseph 

V 

Vanderlip, W. C 

Vickery, Herman F 

Vose, Joshua 

Vose, Jesse, heirs of 

Wadham, Helen J 

Wadsworth, E. D 

Walker, Lucre tia 

Walker, Eunice A 

Ward & Cruniett 

Wardwell, Jar%'is C 

Warren, Winslow trustee 

Warren, Harriet B 

Washburn, William 

Webster, Stephen 

Welch, F. C, trustee 

Weld, A aron D 

Welden, John A 

Welhugton, C. W. W., heirs of 

Wescott, Edward, heirs of 

Wescott, Catharine L 

West, Clara E 

AVeston, Seth 

Weymouth Savings Bank 

Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma. Co. 

White Amos S 

White, Charles G 

White, Geo. H 

White, Howard 

White, Catharine S 

White Charles A heirs of 

"Whitehead, Joseph 

AA hitney, Charles 

Whittemore, C. W 

Whiitington, Alfred ■ • • • 

Whittier, Carrie A 

Whittier, A. R 

Whiting, Joseph, heirs of 

Whiting, Alvan 

Wild, Joseph 

Wild, Laura 

Wilder, Wm. W 

Willard, Huldah 

Williams, Wm. H 

Williams, J. J., Archbishop... 

Williams, Francis C 

Winch Brothers 

Wood & Pollard 

Woodward, James H 

Woodworth, Thomas H 

Wright, Isaac L 



EESIDEXCE. 



Milton 

Milton 

Milton 

Milton 

New York, N. Y. 

Milton ■ , 

Boston , 

Boston , 

Boston 



Boston .. 
Roxbury, 

Boston . . 
Boston. . . 
Milton . . 
Mdton . . , 



Boston 

Milton 

Lexington 

Chicago, 111 

Boston* 11. P 

''oston 

Dcdham 

Attleboro 

Boston 

Boston 

Boston 

W. Roxbmy 

Boston 

Boston 

itoston 

Boston 

Boston 

Revere 

Weymouth 

Boston 

Weymouth 

Milton 

Boston 

Spring Green, Neb. 

Boston 

Boston 

Saugus 

Boston 

Roslindale 

■'oston 

Boston 

Boston 

Dedliam 

Clinton 

Amesbury 

Boston 

S'ewton, N. H 

"oston 

Boston 

Boston 

'.oston 

Boston 

Boston 

Cambridge 

Milton 

Roxbury 



Per- 
sonal. 



Real 
Estate. 



95 



44 24 
IS 96 
99 54 
44 24 
33 97 
20 54 

4 74 
7 90 

37 13 

72 C8 
2 37 

63 99 

SSS 48 

48 98 

50 56 

35 .'Ji 
31 00 

36 34 
42 66 

36 34 
79 

17 38 

37 92 
GO 04 

2 37 
23 70 

1 .58 
22 91 

52 14 
9 48 

55 30 

5 5; 

53 72 
282 o; 

7 90 

12 64 

9 48 

3 16 
2 

11 85 

3 16 

60 04 

4 74 
y 48 

150 10 

133 51 

1 58 

3 16 

11 06 

61 62 

3 16 
60 04 
59 25 

109 02 
48 98 
53 46 
15 SO 

6 32 
20 54 

4 74 



Unpaid. 



'65 99 



42 66 



GO 01 



5 53 

53 72 



4 74 



150 10 
133 51 



60 04 



REPORT OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 



For the School Year Ending December 31, 1884. 



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 Cora L. Hill, (to September 1884), Samuel W. Cul- 
ver, (since September 1884,) Miss Mary M. Coleman, Miss Sarah L. 
Miner. 

Upon the resignation of Miss Hill at the close of the sum- 
mer term, it was decided to employ a male assistant, and S. 
W. Culver, a graduate of Brown University, was selected. 

The High School Building needs extensive and thorough 
repairs. The furnaces have been in use a long time and are 
almost worthless; the floors viust be replaced by new ones; 
the crowded school room must be enlarged and better facili- 
ties for laboratory work ought to be supplied. 

The increasing popularity of this school demands imme- 
diate action on the part of the town, to furnish its pupils and 
teachers with .better accommodations for physical comfort 
and successful school work. 

The committee will ask for an appropriation of $3200 for 

this purpose. 

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

Local Committee. 



I04 

Whole number of different scholars during the year , . 137 

Average whole number of scholars '< " " , . 94 

•* attendance during the year . .... 89.4 

Percentage of attendance during the year .... 95 

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

Four Year's Course. — Lucy H. Crummett, Julia K. Davey, Edith 
G. Kendall, Sarah E. Roome, Addie I. Chesley, Emma J. Timberlake, 
Frank S. Childs. 

Two Year's Course. — Frank T. Brackett, Patrick H. Crowley, John 
C. Halden, Ella F. Haven, Plarris J. Howard, Clarence G. Norris, 
Lawrence S. O'Brien, Eleanor Starr. 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year . . $3700 00 

" janitors' salaries ..... 150 00 

" , expended for fuel during the year . . . 180 60 

" " " incidentals during the year . 136 69 



, DAMON SCHOOL. 

Mr. E. W. Cross, Master. 

Miss Lizzie D. Bunker, Miss Julia E. Donovan, Miss Sarah A. Cros- 
by, (to March 1884), Miss Harriet E. Power, (since March 1884), Mrs. 
Caroline C. Pettee,(since September 1884), Miss Margaret E. Bertram, 
Miss Maria V. Rooney, Miss Edith H. Sears, Te;ichers. 

The past year at this school has been marked by no lapse 
in the steady progress of improvement which has character- 
ized it in the past. Some changes made at the beginning of 
the fall term, we believe will result in increased efficiency in 
the management of the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh classes and 
in the general supervision of the school. 

The services of Miss Tower and Mrs. Pettee, two teachers 
of experience and reputation have been secured to fill vacan- 
cies and complete the force required for the instruction of 
the school. It is confidently expected that the expressions 
of gratification so heartily made by some of the visitors and 
parents at the last summer exhibition, will be even more gen- 



105 

eral the next, for no pains have been or will be spared to give 
the pupils in this district the very best instruction the town 
can supply. 

The school has recently received added token of the gen- 
erosity and kindly interest of Mrs. J. Huntington Wolcott of 
Milton, who has donated thirty-eight volumes to the library, 
including a set of Chamber's Encyclopsedia. 

RICHARD M. JOHNSON, 
HENRY S. BUNTON, 

Local Committee. 

Whole number of diflerent scholars during the year . . 443 

Average number of scholars during the year .... 319 

" attendance during the year 269 

Pei'centage of attendance during the year . . . . 84.3 

Graduates — Hannah McUonough, Nellie M. Sanger, Nellie C. Brady, 
Delia R. Riley, Frederick A. Kappler, William J. Kennedy, David J. 
Healey, Ulysess S. Lawrence, Mathew J. Rooney. — 9 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year . . . $4,054 00 

" " janitors' salary during the year . . . 150 00 

" expended for fuel during the year . . . 393 50 

" " " incidentals . . . 402 40 



GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 

Mr. Daniel G. Thompson, Master. 

Miss Sarah A. Bailey (to May, 1884), Mrs. Mary C. Howard (since 

May, 1884), Miss Agnes L. Adams (to March, 1884), Miss Alice E. Gage 

(to May, 1884), Miss Adelaide L. Dodge (since May, 1884), Miss Ellen M. 

Farnsworth, Miss Pauline F. Bishop (since March, 1884), Miss Sarah 

A. Remick, Miss Maud G. Leadbetter, Teachers. 

This School, under its present corps of able teachers has 
sustained its hitherto excellent reputation. Its standard of 
discipline is mild but firm. Its aim in instruction is to reach 
thoroughness, through the most approved methods of teaching. 



io6 

The theory is held that the best and most enduring results 
of education are good character, correct habits of study, and 
complete mastery of principles. 

The grading of the classes is steadily improving, and in- 
creasing prosperity, and usefulness are promised. 

It having been found necessary to have additional heating 
power, a new furnace was put into the Schoolhouse, during the 
short vacation. 

Fears having been expressed, that there was danger, from 
some apparent weakness of the roof, Mr. David Perkins, at 
the request of the committee, promptly examined the building 
and expressed the opinion that there was no danger of any 
kind, to be apprehended. 

GEORGE M. FELLOWS, 
RICHARD M. JOHNSON. 

Local Committee. 

Whole number of different scholars- during the year . . . 388 

Average number of scholars during the year .... 289 

" attendance during the j^ear 269 

Per cent, of attendance during the j^ear . ... . .93 

Graduates — Florence E. Hopkins, Florence J. ^Fernald, Melina R. 
Ingersoll, Elizabeth M. Strachan, Lizzie G. Balkam, Clai'ence A. Nich- 
ols, Herbert Jenkins, Henry A. Heydacker, Charles B. Yeaton, Vernon 
W.Ramsdell, George N. Butler, Herbert R. Foss, John M. Barden. — 13. 

Amount of teachers' salai'ies during the year . . $3,760 00 

" janitors' salaries during the year . . 150 00 

" expended for fuel during the year . . . 311 49 

" " incidentals . . . ' . . 472 60 



FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 

Mr. Henry F. Howard, Master. 

Miss Annie L. Howe. Miss Hattie E. Adams, Mrs. Matilda H. P. 
Gushing, Miss Hatlie F. Packard, Miss Jennie S. Hammond, Miss 
Helen A. Perry, Teachers. 

The organization of this school has remained the same dur- 
ing the whole year. The number of pupils has steadily in- 



I07 

creased, and their health, conduct and progress have been very 
satisfactory. 

We notice with pleasure the successful efforts of the 
teachers to secure gentlemanly conduct and manners 
out of school as well as in it. There is less rudeness and noise 
upon the streets. A Fairmount boy rarely fails to raise his 
cap in acknowledging recognition from a lady ; and, more and 
more gentlemen receive from them the same courtesy, so uni- 
versal among cultivated people of other sections. Good man- 
ners are a great help to a young man, and a very useful part 
of education. 

We wish that we could annouHce that there was a well 
appointed work-shop connected with the school ; that Dr. 
Hale's or some other plan of half time had been adopted ; 
that the problems of school house heating and ventilation 
w^re satisfactorily solved ; that parents and teachers had come 
to realizf^ that mental or moral precosity are detrimental, and 
the best things ripen slowly. 

We belieye however that the teachers of the school are 
doing good work, with as good results as can be expected 
under present limitations ; and that they are entitled to the 
confidence and gratitude of this community. 

ANDREW WASHBURN, 
GEORGE M. FELLOWS, 

Local Committee. 

Whole number of different scholars during the year . . 408 
Average number of scholars during the year . . . 290 

" attendance during the year . . ... , 265 

Percentage of attendance during the year .... 91.3 

Graduates — Grace Aldrich, Sadie Betsey, Marian Blake, Bertha 
Brackett, Edith Choate, Annette Elliott, Agnes Frame, William Hab- 
berly, Harry Hamblin, Nettie House, Frank Howard, Charles Hurd, 
Clara Lang, Isabel MofFatt, Mabel Piper, Louise Ramseyer, Annie Ray. 
ner, Louise Ryan, Arthur Savage, George Sparrell, Mabel Wright. — 21. 
Amount of teachers' salaries during the year . . . $3,861 00 
" janitor's salary during the year . . . 150 00 

" expended for fuel during the year . . . 180 06 
" •' '* incidentals during the j^ear . . 235 75 



io8 

GREW SCHOOL. 

Mr. Franklin H. Dean, Master. 

Miss Hattie M. H. Darling, Master's Assistant. 

Miss Mary A. Winslow, Mi«s Lucina Dunbar, Miss Annie L. Clark, 
Miss Jennie H. Soule, Miss Fannie E, Harlow, Miss Genevieve Brain- 
ard, Miss Agnes J. Campbell, Miss Leila E. Perry, Miss Mary E. Rogers, 
Teachers . 

The Grew school has suffered during the past year as 
well as the one immediately preceding, by reason of the resig- 
nation of experienced teachers whose places it has been diffi- 
cult to fill without diminishing the efficiency of the organiza- 
tion. The employment of an assistant in the Master's room, 
however, has enabled Mr. Dean to give that intelligent super- 
vision to each and every grade which has secured far better 
results than the Committee had dared to anticipate. 

Especially regretted was the resignation of Miss Frances J. 
Emerson of the seventh class, after ten years connection with 
the school. She bears to her new field of labor the best 
wishes of all who have been cognizant of her fidelity and 
success in the past. Miss Mary A. Winslow is now in charge 
of the seventh class, and her work is giving satisfaction to the 
Committee. 

The inadequate accommodations and increased needs of the 
district have been promptly and cheerfully recognized by the 
town, an appropriation being made, and a building committee 
appointed to superintend the construction of an addition to 
the Grew School Building. The work was satisfactorily ac- 
complished during the long vacation; and at the commence- 
ment of the fall term three beautiful rooms were placed at the 
disposal of your Committee, which will amply provide for 
the present needs of the district, one being still unoccupied. 
The opportunity was afforded of discontinuing the "little 
Everett" school on the High School grounds, and its popular 
teacher. Miss Mary E. Rogers, was assigned to the Grew, 
with the majority of her scholars, and placed in charge of 
one of the twelfth class rooms. 



109 

The construction of an ell rendered desirable repairs to the 
main building which had long been delayed. We have there- 
fore had the same painted, together with the fences and out- 
buildings, have caused the slating, gutters and conductors to 
be put in thorough order, the underpinning repaired, the 
cistern cleansed, speaking tubes and set bowls supplied, and 
the yard to be graded and graveled. 

The no-recess plan having received the almost universal 
commendation of the parents of the district, the same is now 
the order followed. The rule however is made elastic, the 
recess being given to the younger scholars and also to the 
older when deemed expedient. 

We have been gratified to observe constant evidence of 
painstaking and progressive effort on the part of the younger 
teachers, and upon the whole consider the school in better 
condition than at the time of our last report. 

HENRY S. BUNTON, 
CHARLES G. CHICK, 

Local Committee. 

Graduates — Philip W. Capron, Nellie A. Duggan, Albert L. Gates, 
Fannie E. Killam, Eva E. Shaw, Annie S. Long, Hildreth G. McFar- 
land, Beriha L. Sloan, Frances B. Wood, Walter G. Holmes, Mary L. 
Cannon, Marj^ A. Dolan, William H. Home, Margaret I. Hoogs, Alice 
E. Rich, Ellis W. Littlefield, Helena R. McNally, Leonard A. Wood, 
Dora M. Wiggin, Ernest G. Bacon, Albion M. Sonle. — 21. 

Whole number of different scholars during the year . . 600 

Average number of scholars during the year . . . . 468 

" attendance during the year 433 

Percentage of attendance during the Year .... 91.6 

Amount of teachers' salaries during the year . . . $5,441 60 

" janitors' salary during the year . . . 200 00 

*' expended for fuel during tlie year . . 461 80 

" " " incidentals during the year . 709 20 



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BUTLER SCHOOL. 
Miss Belle D. Curtis, Teacher. 

In 1804 Lemuel Crane gave to the Fifth School District in 
Dorchester this lot of land "for the purpose of building a school 
house thereon and to be improved for the benefit of schools 
and for no other use," with this condition "that when said 
district shall cease to improve said land for the purposes afore- 
said for two years in succession the land shall revert back to 
me, etc." 

The school house was at once built and a school was kept 
therein until October, 1872, when this town in the interest of 
economy transferred the pupils to the Greenwood Building then 
just completed, and this house closed. No demand then existed 
for the use of the building until 1881 when a petition was re- 
ceived by the Committee asking that the building be repaired 
and a school opened. A new fence was built, but before ac- 
tion could be had in town meeting a suit was brought by the 
heirs of Lemuel Crane claiming that the town had forfeited the 
land. The case was taken to the Supreme Court, where it was 
decided that the condition of the deed is not that the estate 
shall be forfeited if the tenant ceases to keep a school on the 
land for two years'in succession and ordered judgment for the 
town on May ii, 1883, [135 Mass., Rep. 147.] 

Last year the town made an appropriation of $500 for the 
repair of the building, which has been expended, together with 
$150 from school incidentals and the house is now in 
thorough repair", the grounds have been fenced and graded 
and the school well equipped Vi^ith all things necessary for 
good primary work. Miss Belle D. Curtis- a Normal graduate 
and a teacher of experience, was employed as teacher. The 
school opened September 22, 1884, with twenty-two pupils 
of the Eleventh and Twelfth Classes. After the closing of 
the Everett School this number was increased to thirty-eight 
and the roll now shows forty names. 



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The school has been very successful thus far and the result 
fully justifies the opening of the school. 

CHARLES G. CHICK 

Local Committee. 

Wliole number of different scholars during- the year ... 40 
Average number of scholars during the year .... 38 

" attendance during the year 31 

Percentage of attendance during the year 99. 

Amount of teacher' ^5 salary during the 5'ear . . . $174 00 
" " janitor's salary during the year . . . 21 75 

•' expended for fuel during the year ... 36 85 

" " " incidentals during the year . 183 12 



EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Ample provision was made by the town last spring for 
efficient evening schools, and acting in harmony with a well 
evidenced public desire, competent teachers were employed 
and early last December schools were opened both in the 
Damon and Grevv^ school buildings. The attendance at the 
Damon during the month of December was quite large, the 
roll at times showing from sixty to seventy names. This 
attendance was however irregular in many instances, and as 
the 7'eal ivoj'k of the school room became manifest, many 
severed their connection with the school. The number has 
now become reduced to about thirty-five and these are not as 
regular in attendance as could be desired. The school at the 
Grew building opened with about twenty pupils, but during 
December this number became so much reduced that the 
school was closed at the end of one month. 

While our citizens vote the money cheerfully for these 
schools and it would seem that a great demand for them 
existed, yet the facts as shown by their history from year to 
year clearly prove that the persons for whose benefit they are 
provided fail to take advantage of these opportunities for an 



I 12 

education so generously provided by the town. In a word, 
parents after demanding and voting the money fail to see to it 
that the children attend and get the benefit of the money ex- 
pended. Unless greater interest is shown in the matter of 
requiring children to attend these schools we recommend in 
future the opening of but one school and a smaller appro- 
priation. 

The schools for Mechanical and Architectural drawing 
have proved successful this year and your committee cheer- 
fully recommend that they be continued another year. 

CHARLES G. CHICK, 
HOBART M. CABLE, 

Committee on Evening Schools. 



TO THE CITIZENS OF HYDE PARK. 



The detailed reports of the various Sub-Comrnjttees give 
such a complete history of each school during the past year, 
that no uncertain judgment can be formed in regard to their 
meaning. 

In 1 701 the penalty imposed by the Massachusetts Legis- 
lature upon towns for neglecting to provide Grammar Schools 
was twenty pounds. 

In 1884 the Massachusetts Legislature made it necessary 
that every scholar in the Commonwealth should be provided 
at public expense with all books and school supplies, thus 
making our schools absolutely free. 

The children of the rich and poor sit side by side, and the 
young minds acting under different social and home laws, here 
bend to one will and are influenced by one set of circumstances, 
and in the race of intellect the child of poverty may outstrip 
the child of luxury. 

The appropriation of $1000 for the purchase of books and 
school supplies was not suf^cient to enable the Committee to 
carry out the spirit of the law, hence they are obliged to ask 
for an extr-a appropriation of $1500 for this deficiency. 

Next ye^r it will doubtless require a larger sum of money to 
maintain our schools properly than has ever been expended 
in a single year. The Grammar School Buildings are all in a 
good condition, but the High School Building needs extensive 
repairs. 

The population of our town is increasing and the school ex- 
penses will be increased accordingly. 

The question naturally arises, what can be done to give any 
additional benefits to our scholars without largely increasing 
the school expenses? 

The entire administration of our school affairs is vested in a 
School Committee composed of men who are engaged in the 
active duties of life. 

While I do not question that the sacredness of this high trust 



114 

committed to their care is as carefully guarded as their train- 
ing — experience and time will permit — yet I should be unjust 
to myself and my own convictions if I did not say that our 
schools can, in my judgment be greatly improved Xiy profes- 
siojial supervision. 

A practical teacher of large experience, sound sense and 
good* ability should, in my opinion, have the care and 
supervision of our schools under the control and direction of 
the Committee. 

He should acquaint himself with whatever concerns 
the best interests and progress of popular education, 
in order that all the children in the town m.ay receive the best 
education possible. 

He should devote the principal part of his school hours to 
visiting the schools for the purpose of obtaining a personal 
knowledge of their condition, advising with teachers as to the 
best methods of instruction and management, carefully 
looking after the warming, ventilating and cleanliness of the 
school buildings ; keeping regular office hours other than 
school hours, that parents and teachers may consult with him 
in regard to the various necessities which the intellectual 
training and physical comfort of our fifteen hundred school 
children actually require. 

In a word — a Superintendent should perform all those du- 
ties, which for want of time or any other cause the Committee 
do not perform. 

I will not attempt to specify the thousand little wants and 
necessities of our school children that demand constant atten- 
tion, but whatever is requisite for the prosperity, comfort and 
convenience of our schools which is in the power of the Com- 
mittee to furnish, should be his duty to at 07ice provide. 

The above views in regard to supervision are the personal 
views of the undersigned and are not stated as representing 
the views of the Committee in any manner. 

H. M. CABLE, 

Chairman. 



REPORT OF SCHOOLS. 



HIGH SCHOOL. 



Assistants - 



Principal — JOHN F. ELLIOT. 
Samuel W. Culver, Miss. S. L. Miner, Miss M. M. Coleman. 











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106 


101 


95 


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64 


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Perfect in attendance from January 1 to June 30, 1884.— Edward St. C. Fellows, 
William M. Cannon, Harrv C. Farnsworth, Charles E. Hathaway, Patrick. H.Crowley, 
Wilham O. Beal, Henry G. Andrews, George W". Hodges, Nellie P. Jenkins. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31, 1884. — William M. Cannon, 
Charles E. Hathaway, Henry G. Andrews, Edwin W. Sawyer, Edward E. Badger, 
Walter F. Bryant, Mabel E. Holmes, Nellie P. Jenkins, Henry A. Heydacker, Hildreth, 
G. McFarland. 

Perfect in attendance during the year. — William M. Cannon, Charles E. Hathaway, 
Henry G. Andrews, Nellie P. J6nkins. 



EVERETT SCHOOL. 











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23 


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76.6 


98 
96 


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Perfect in attendance from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31.— Joseph Rooney. 



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DAMON SCHOOL. 



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1884. 


Teacheks. 






Classes. 




V 


E. W. Cross 


VI 


B. W. Cross 


VII 


L. D. Bunker 


VIII 


L. D. Bunker 


TX 


J. E. Donovan 


X 


( S. A. Crosby ) 

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( H. E. Tower ) 




XI 


M. E.Bertram 


XII 
XII 


M. V. Rooney 


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E. W. Cross 


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L. D. Bunker 


VIII 


J. E. Donovan 


IX 


C. C. Pettee 


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H. E. Tower 


XI 


M. E. Bertram 


XII 
XII 


M. V. Rooney 

E. H. Sears 





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92.08 


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42.1 


38.1 


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41.3 


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57 


50.6 


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12.98 


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99.9 

99.9 

98.4 

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99.4 



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17 
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26 
42 



Perfect in attendance from January 1 to June 30, 1884. — Patrick Cogan, Katie Broder- 
jck, Mary Mugan, Cai'y Cogan, Sadie McDonougli, Harry Crowley, Lizzie German, 
Harry Austin. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31,1884 — John Conroy, Bella 
King, Thomas Cogan, Mary Rielley, Mary Conroy, Mary Cogan, Michael Conley, 
Thomas Mngan, Sadie Riley, Willie Kilroy, Harry Crowley, Patrick Broderick, Nellie 
Kingston, Sadie McDonough, Frank Lynch, Patrick Cogan, Katie Broderick, Katie 
Kingston. 

Perfect in attendance during the year.— Katie Broderick, Patrick Cogan, Hai-ry 
Crowley, Sadie McDonough, Mary Cogan, Robert Stevens. 



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GREENWOOD SCHOOL. 



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Classes. 



V 

VI 

VII 

VIII 

IX 

X 

XI 

XII 

Sept. 1 to 

Dec. 31. 

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VI 

VII 

VIII 

IX 

X 

XI 

XII 



Teachers. 



D. G. Thompson. . 

D. G. Thompson. . 

M. O. Howard 

A. L. Dodge 

E. M. Farnsworth 

P. F. Bishop 

S. M. Remick 

M. G. Leadbetter. 



D. G. Thompson... 

D. G. Thompson... 

M. C. Howard 

A. L. Dodge 

E. M. Farnsworth. 

H. M. Remick 

P. F. Bishop 

M. G. Leadbetter. . 





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99.7 

99.7 

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34 
32 
35 
22 
21 



Perfect in attendance from January 1 to June 30, 1884. — Henry Mathus, George Fiske, 
Eddie Kibler, Alice Forbes, Frank Fowle, George Hurd, John Sheehan, Grace Hold- 
worth. ' 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31, 1884. — Minnie Tuckerman, 
Lucia Cannon, Bertie Day, Isabelle Griffin, Mable Page, Adile Arentzen, Millie Arent- 
zen, Harry Bent, Eldon Joubert, Ruth Maxwell, Frank Rogers, Eugene Slocum, Eben 
Swift, Hattie Williams, George Reynolds, Bennie Phillips, John Neilson, Frank Cross, 
James Courage, Grace Wood, May Hudson, Addie Goss, Almira Cannon, Goldie Forsh- 
ner, Bertie Heaton, Clifford Laws, Grace Borland, Carrie Taylor, Alexander Tucker- 
man, Henry Sarrne, Minnie Coveny, Freddie Granger, Edith Maxwell, Douglass Neil- 
son, Warren Reynolds, Lulu Williams, Clara Wilson, Frank Goss, Lulu Arentzen, Ar- 
thur Forbes. 

Perfect in attendance during the year.— Frank Waters, Alice Williams, Daniel Gallag- 
her, Fred. Dyer, Albert Brooks, Edward Sheehan, Walter Day. 



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FAIRMOUNT SCHOOL. 



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CLASS. 

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XI. 

XII. 



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Henry F. Howard 

Annie L. Howe 

riatlie E. Adams 

^;alil(la H. P. Cushinj 
Hattie F. Packard.,.. 
Jennie S. Hammond.., 
Helen A. Perry 

Sept. 1, to Dec. .31, 18S4. 

Henry F. Howard 

Henry F. Howarii 

Annie L. Howe 

Hattie E. Adams 

IMatilda H. P. Unsliinj 

Hattie F. Packard 

Jennie S. Hammond... 
Helen A. Perry 



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38.3 


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99.4 

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99.2 

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99.5 

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Perfect in attendance fi-om January 1 to June 30, 1884. — ^Frank W. Howard, Charles 
Bwinton, Jessie Swinton, Ethel Barker, Edith Blackmer, Willie Carberg, Clemmio 
Dubey, Louise Marr, Joseph Andrews, David Marshall, Willie Swinton, Lillie Cunning- 
ham, Willie Pring. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31, 1884. — Nettie Frost, Harry 
Norris, Ethel Barker, Eva Barker, Edith Blackmer, Willie Carberg, Edwin Cochran, 
Charles Swinton, Jessie Swinton, Parley Blodgett, Andrew Bloom, Mary Corbett, 
Harry Hayward, Maggie Hickey, Walter Piper, Joseph Andrews, Ada Barker,Ralfe 
Ellis, Annie Jones, Bertie Savage, Nettie Coan, Robert Kendall, Willie Swinton, 
Florence Marshall, Arthur Howard, John Merrow, Willie Zapff, Sarah Finn, Ellen 
Morrell, Marcus Cunningham. 

Perfect in attendance during the year. — Charles Swinton, Jessie Swinton, Willie 
Swinton, Ethel Barker, Edith Blackmer, Willie Carberg, Joseph Andrews. 



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GREW SCHOOL. 



Jan. 1 to 
June 30, 

]8S4. 



V. 

\I. 

. VII. 

VIII. 

IX. 

IX. X. 
X. 

XI. 

X. XI. 
XII. 

V. 

VI. 

VII. 

VIII 

VIII. IX 

IX. 

X. 

X. xr. 

XI. 
XII. 



NAIMES OF TEACHERS. 



Frank H. Dean 

Annie Clark 

Francis J . Emerson 

Lucina Dunbar 

Clara F. Hall 

Jennie H. Soule 

Fannie E. Harlow 

Genevieve Brainard 

Agnes J. (,'anipbell 

Leila E. Perrv 

Sept. 1st to Dee. 31st, ISSi, 

Frank H. Dean 

Hattie M. Darling 

Mary A. Tenney 

Lucina Dunbar 

Jennie H . Soule 

Annie Clark 

Fannie E. Harlow 

Agnes J. Campbell 

Genevieve Brainard 

Leila E. Perry 

Mary E. Kogers 



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30.9 

53 

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46 
47 
53 
48 
46 
46 



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51 
52 

47 
50 
54 
44 
48 
50 
43 



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29.2 

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43 

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41 

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Perfect in attendance from January 1 to June 30, 1SS4.— Philip Capron, Edith Higbee, 
Josie Bleakie, Slary Cannon, Fred. Blasdell, Chester Humphrey, Ellis Littleflekl, 
Harry Crumett, Charles Lawson, Annie ]McNally, John McMillan, Lillie Harlow, Fer- 
dinand Alexander, Earle Cochran, Florence Hoogs,Ora Berry, George Whittier, Susie 
Kowell, Agustus Clark, Alice Fowler, Blanch Whittier, Florence Bullard, Charles 
Higbee, Bertie Huggens, William Higbee, Harry Higbee, Joseph Houston. 

Perfect in attendance from September 1 to December 31, 1884.— Ferdinand Alexander, 
Robert Sampson, Susie Scott, Everett Angel, Alice Steward, Anna Vivian, Ora Berry, 
Bessie Bleakie, Blanch Whittier, Charles Killiam, Eugene Clark, Vv'illiam Higbee, 
Bertha Kubach, Lillie Harlow, Fred. Lincoln, Charles McDonough, Flossie Hoogs, 
August Swanstrom, Archie McMillan, Rossie Vivian, Harry Vose, Howard Noyes, 
Nellie Sanborn, Evan Merrill, Harry Cruniett, Hari-y McFarland, Norah Quealey,'Edith 
Higbee, Grace Bills, Mary York, Bessie Long, Frank Mercer, Charles Higbee, Mamie 
Knight, Alice Fowler, Bertie Rollins, Joseph Rooney, George Whittier, David Murray, 
Harry Davis, Charles Lawson, Louisa Mulcahy, Sammie Hill, Lillie McDonough, 
Louisa Thurlin, Josie McDonough, Laura Rollins, Hattie Bedlington, Josie Schiener, 
John McMillan, Mary Walsh, Harry Higbee. * 

Perfect in attendance during the year. — Ferdinand Alexander, Charles Lawson, Ora 
Berry, Harry Higbee, William Higbee, Charles Higbee, Harry Crumett, John McMillan' 
Edith Higbee, Lillie Harlow, Alice Fowler, Flossie Hoogs, George Whittier, Blanch 
Whittier. 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

Appl ican ts for a id 26 

Appropriation for the current j-ear 46 

Asseasora, Eeport of. 42 

Auditor's certificate . 48 

Births 55 

Board of Health, Report of 21 

By-Laws 69 

Child and Cleveland streets, appropriation for 61 

Collector of Taxes, (George Sanford,) Report of... ■ 43 

Deaths 37 

Debt of Town 46 

Education al Statistics , 100 

Engineers, Report of 17 

Expenditures, Detailed statement of 49 

" for the current year 46 

Fire Depnrtmen t 63 

" " List of officers 30 

Fires , List of 19 

Fuel and Janitors (Schools) , .50 

Highwaj-8, Selectmen's report of 5 

" Expenditures on 59 

Incidentals, Expenditures for ,51 

Land Damages 62 

Marriages 38 

Massachusetts School Fund, Expenditures from Income of 52 

Officers, List of Town 3 

Overseers of Poor, Report of 25 

Persons aided by town. List of 27 

Police, Expenditures for '.. 62 

Police Report , 15 

Poor, Expenditures on account of 65 

Public Library, Expenses of 56 

' " Report of Treasurer of 32 

" " " Trusteesof 29 

Salaries of Town Officers 67 

Schools (Teachers' Salaries) " , .... 49 

School Committee. Report of 103 

School Incidental Expenses 52 

Sealer of WeiglUs and iMeasures, Report of. 43 

Selectmen, Report of 5 

Sinking Fund, Report of Commissionef 3 of 47 

Street Lights 64 

Taxation, rate of , 42 

Tax Payers, List of Resident 77 

" " Non-Resident 93 

Town Clerk, Report of ... 33 

Town Treasurer, Report of 44 



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