(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Annual report of the receipts and expenditures : with report of the selectmen and other town officers"

Digitized by tine Internet Arciiive 

in 2011 witii funding from 

Boston Public Library 



http://www.archive.org/details/annualreportofrehyde3 




•iT}^^— stt. - y 'b' y ■t .^^ap^'i'ijs^'i-:^^ '-siS- 



y^^t; ■<i.7^^-°x j ; " 5""^' 5r'-! -^^5P^ ' 3^=^^^c3;J CTJ 



THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK, 



REPOETS OF THE TOWN OFFICERS, 



I^ear ending January i^th, 187 1. 



HYDE PARK: 
HILDRETH & GETCHELL, STEAM JOB PRINTERS. 



18 7 1, 



>^^^jg-<^-S>g-^V;,j^^^^-^^»)g^^Ja^:^^W^^,..,.|^-,:.,,j^-^^ . -.^ '-^Sl^-^^^r'^^y^i^', 



THIRD ANNUAL REPORT 



BECEIPTS AISTD EXPENDITURES 



TOWN OF HYDE PARK, 



EEPORTS OF THE TOWN OFFICERS, 



Tear ending January i$th, 187 1. 



HYDE PARK: 

llII.DilETII AXD CETCIIELL, STEAM JOB rr.IXTERS 
ISTl. 



OFFICERS OF THE TOWIS" OF HYDE PARK 

Fob the year ending March 6, 1871. 



SELECTMEN. 

ALPHEUS P. BLAKE. BENJAMIN F. EADFOED. 

GEORGE E. SHERMAN. 



ASSESSORS. 

GEORGE B. PARROTT. C. C. BRADBURY 

HENRY A. DARLING. 



TOWN CLERK. 

HENRY B. TERRY. 



TREASmiER. 

HENRY S. ADAMS. 



COLLECTOR. 

HENRY A. RICH. 



4 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

Rev. p. B, DAVIS, Chairman, . . . Term expires, 1872 

AMOS WEBSTER, Clerk, ... u «. 1871 

O. T. GRAY, li ic 1873 

BENJAMIN C. VOSE, (W. H. H. Andrews elected to 

fill vacancy,) « « I871 

M. L. WHITCHER, ...... « " 1873 

WILLIAM A. BULLARD, .... « » 1871 



OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. 



GEORGE B. PARROTT, 

HENRY A. DARLING. 



C. C. BRADBURY. 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 

GEORGE B. PARROTT. C. C. BRADBURY, 

HENRY A. DARLING. 



H. S. BUNTON. 



AUDITORS, 

E. p. DAVIS. 



C. G. KEYES. 



CONSTABLES. 

HENRY A. RICH. HENRY C. ADAMS. MERRILL UNDERHILL. 
THOS. FRENCH. J. MATHEWSON. D. M. EASTON. 



SURVETORS OF HIGHWAYS. 

ALPHEUS P. BLAKE. BENJAMIN F. RADFORD. 

GEORGE E. SHERMAN. 



E. S. BARNES. 
JOEL F. GOODWIN. 
S. P. BLODGETT. 



POLICE OFFICERS. 

Wm. JORDAN. 
A. E. LINCOLN. 
Wm. T. BRITTON. 
G. W. NOYES. 



GEO. HUBBARD, 
O. L. NEAL. 
N. lilBBAED. 



POUND KEEPER. 

THOMAS FRENCH. 



FIELD DRIVERS. 

JEROME MATHEWSON. HENRY A. RICH. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



G. B. PARROTT, Chief J^Jngineer. E. P. DAVIS, Assistant. 

F. A. EASTON. 



FENCE VIEWERS. 

BENJAMIN F. THOMPSON. JAMES G. DOW. 



SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

WILLIAM HEUSTIS. 



MEASURERS OF WOOD AND BARK. 

BENJAMIN F. LEACH. CHARLES H. BARRETT. 

CHAS. H. MERRILL. 



WEIGHERS OF COAL. 

J. D. McAVOY. CHAS. H. BARRETT. CHAS. H. MAYO. 

B. CONNOR. S. S. BtJNKER. 



MEASURERS OF GRAIN. 

JAMES D. McAVOY. B. CONNOR. 



TEEASUEEE'S EEPOET. 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITUEES. 



SCHOOLS — Teachers' Salaries. 



Paid Samuel Thurber, High, . 
J. N. Stevens, Damon, 

Eliza A. Marshall, " 
Annie G. Fish, " 

Martha A. Hammond, " 
Alice A. Polleys, " 

Abbie L. W. Everett, " 
Eleonora F. Hurter, Grew, 
Geo, M. Fellows, Fairmount, 
Elmira L. Oliver, " 

S. A. Everett, " 

Susan A. Dutton, " 

Miss E. L. Goss, Butler, 
George T. Wiggin, Everett, 
Mary L. Longfellow, " 
Sarah M. Vose, " 

Addie L. Gilpatric, " 
Clara J. Reynolds, " 
Isora M. Leseur, " 

Lizzie Rowe, " 

Eliza M. "Warren, Central, 
Martha M. Davis " 

Clementine M. Clarke, " 
Sarah S. Lancaster, " 
Lucina Dunbar, " . 









$1619 04 








1142 86 








476 10 








200 00 








128 57 








75 00 








476 13 








57 00 








1142 86 








225 00 








476 13 








526 13 








362 14 








1242 85 








207 13 








226 13 








250 00 








61 87 








225 00 








428 57 








476 13 






' 


471 43 








203 57 








476 13 








225 00 




$11,400 77 



SCHOOLS — Janitors' 
Paid Francis W. Cannon, Damon, . 
C. F. Clapp, " 

Fred. Grant, " 



Salaries . 



Thos. O'Keefe, Everett, High, Central & Fairmount, 36 00 



Wm. Watson, Fairmount, 
Wm. S. Best, Everett, 
W. H. B. Egan, " 
Harry Egan, " 

Fred. M. Neal, Central, 
Willie Mclnnis, " 
Timothy Barden, Butler, 
Thomas Barden, " 
F. H. Caffln, High, 



SCHOOLS — Miscellaneous. 
Paid to the order of School Committee, 
A. C. Clapp, teaching music, . 
John B. Farrington, wood, Damon, 
McAvoy & Co., coal, " 



$15 95 
41 25 
38 50 



McAvoy & Co., 


(( 


High, . 


McAvoy & Co., 


(( 


Damon, 


McAvoy & Co., 


(I 


Central, 


McAvoy & Co., 


a 


Fairmount, 


McAvoy & Co., 


a 


Damon, 


C. H. Barrett, 


(( 


Everett, 


C, H. Barrett, 


u 


Butler, 


C. H. Barrett, 


(( 


High, 


Neal Bros., 


u 


a 


Neal Bros., 


(C 


Everett, 


Neal Bros., 


a 


Central, 


Neal Bros., 


a 


Butler, . 


Neal Bros., 


(( 


Fairmount, 


Neal Bros., 


(( 


u 



School Expenditures 

Amount of School Fund Appropriation, . 

Expended for Teachers' salaries, 

" " Janitor's « 

" " Miscellaneous purposes, 

Balance unexpended, 



87 75 
60 00 
44 00 
14 00 
43 16 
48 14 
16 75 
11 24 
39 25 

$485 "99 

$1556 96 

165 47 

8 75 

121 50 . 

10 25 

18 00 
38 00 
28 50 

19 00 
16 00 

6 94 

5 50 

4 87 

241 00 

101 75 

9 00 

12 51 

21 75 

$2385 75 
. $15,000 00 



$11,400 77 
485 99 

2385 75 



$14,272 51 
$727 49 



SUPPORT OF THE POOR. 

Paid James Patterson, meals and lodging, . . $9 00 

P. B. Whittemore, cof33n, plate, grave-clothes, 

grave and services for Wm. Russell, . . 38 00 

P. B. Whittemore, coffin and grave-clothes for 

and attendance at funeral of John Flinn, . 25 00 

Dr. Wm. M. Bass, for examination of the cases 
of H. E. Hutchinson and of Mrs. Curley, 
for admission to Insane Asylum, . . 10 00 

R. Wright, groceries furnished Mrs. McCarthy, 8 04 

Mrs. McPeak, attendance on Mrs. S. McCarthy, 21 00 

Dr. W. S. Everett professional services for 
Bridget Fitzgerald, Mrs. McCarthy, and 
Mrs Cunningham, . . . . . 12 00 

Dr. Chas. Sturtevant, attendance upon and 

medicine for X. Z. Doyle, . . . 55 00 

H. Holtham, meat for Mrs. McCarthy, . . 4 46 

R. Wright, groceries, " " ... 7 77 

H. F. Bissett, meals for travellers, . . . 60 43 

Hannah Flinn, care of children of the late 

John Flinn, 4 00 

Thos. French, boarding and lodging two Cun- 
ningham boj^s, 4 days, . . 4 00 
travellers, . . . . 3 50 
tickets furnished tramps, . . 3 50 

11 00 



Mrs. Haley, support of twin children of the late 

John Flinn, 4 weeks, . . . . 4 00 

Dr. W. S. Everett, examination of lunatics, 
Wm. C. Thompsom and Johanna Crowley, 
and attendance on Mrs. McCarthy, . . 15 50 

State Reform School at Westborough, board of 

John Flaherty, . . \ . . 19 50 

P. B. Whittemore, coffin for John Williams, 8 00 
grave and digging, . . . 10 00 
team to Dedham, and time, . 5 00 

services at funeral, . . . 3 00 



26 00 
I. B. Underbill, groceries furnished travellers, 11 50 



Paid Dr. W. S. Everett, examination of Patrick 

Milan, a lunatic, $5 00 

Neal Bros., coal for Mrs. Quigley, ... 6 75 

Mary Palmer, attendance upon Mr. X. Z. Doyle, 21 00 

McAvoy & Co., coal for Mrs. McCarthy, . . 7 00 
Worcester Lunatic Hospital, for board of H. 

E. Hutchinson, 137 00 

H. A. Darling, R. R. tickets and P. 0. stamps, 3 20 



$522 15 



CREDIT. 

By appropriation, . . . . . . . $1000 00 



$172 21 


819 30 


305 10 


300 00 


1295 00 


1 50 


804 80 


6 80 


250 00 



Balance unexpended, . . . . . $477 85 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid J. M. Williams, labor and lumber, 

B. Swan, labor and teams, .... 

The American Consolidated Fire Ex. Co., Ex- 
tinguishers, ...... 

Hunneman & Co., hose carriage, 

J. Boyd & Sons, hose, . .... 

Crumett's Express, . ^ . 

J. Gates & Son, hose, . . . . . 

Boston & Providence R. R. Co., freight, . 

E. H. Brainard, one fuel wagon, 
American Consolidated Fire Extinguisher, Co., 

charges, . . ... . 16 20 

S. J. F. Thayer, plans and specifications for en- 
gine house, . . . . . . 159 87 

B. B. Haskell, amount of contract for engine 
house, ....... 

0. T. Gray, legal services, .... 

1. J. Brown, damage to carpet at trial of en- 

gine, 

B. Swan, covering stone for reservoir, 

B. Swan, laying stone in reservoir, drain and 

well, 

B. Swan, digging reservoir, .... 

F. A. Easton, cash paid freight and record book, 
S. G. Pratt, one express harness and halter, 



6500 00 


17 75 


30 00 


25 00 


333 00 


533 50 


20 36 


88 00 



10 



Paid E. T. Eollins, labor, brick, and sand, 
Cole Brothers, 1 steam fire engine, 
A. F. Allen, hose and couplings, 
H. A. Darling, policy of insurance on engine 

house, 

J. Johnston, 1 hose carriage, . 

Fearing, Rodman & Swift, rope and blocks, 

H. M. Richards Jewelry Co., badges, 

A. F. Allen, hose and couplings, 

N. B. Whittier, 1 hook and ladder carriage, 

Martha Colburn, land on Centra] Park avenue, 

H. A. "Winship & Co., badges, fire hats, belts 

and spanners, .... 

Sharrock & Cooper, furnace and pipe, 



CREDir. 



By appropriation, . 

Balance unexpended, 



$73 37 


. 3400 


00 


155 


00 


5 


00 


250 


00 


53 


90 


91 


00 


900 


00 


625 


00 


, . 258 30 


3, 

126 50 


165 22 


$17,781 68 


. $23,000 00 



$5218 32 



SIGNS AND POSTS FOR SAME. 

Paid J. C. Robbins, painting as per contract, . 

Thomas P. Swift, labor and material as per con- 
tract, ....... 

J. M. "Williams, labor and material as per con- 
tract, 



CREDIT. 



By appropriation, . 

Balance unexpended, 



$118 93 


$160 00 


160 00 


$438 93 


$525 00 



$86 07 



HORSES, CARTS, TOOLS, &c. 

Paid Sidney E. Morse, horse, wagon and harness, 
Henry E. Smith, 1 yoke of oxen, 
W. E. Barrett & Co., 1 ox yoke, 
D. A. Philbrook, 1 yoke of oxen, 
Ames Plow Co., 1 ox yoke, 
Ames Plow Co., 1 plow with extra point, 
D. W. Phipps, ox drag and chain, . 



$375 00 
280 00 

7 25 
240 00 

10 45 
18 47 

8 50 



11 



Paid Sidney E. Morse, 1 ox cart, 
Parker & Gannett, hoes, 



CREDIT. 



By appropriation, 



Balance unexpended. 

Cash received from sale of oxen, carts, &c., 

Amount transferred to Incidental appropriation, 



$55 00 

4 50 



17 

$2000 00 

$1000 83 
522 00 

$1522 83 



EYERETT SCHOOL GROUNDS. 

Paid Geo. Pye, surveying, . . . . . $67 00 

J. M. Williams, lumber and labor, . . . 20 22 

B. Swan, grading, 750 00 

J. M. Perry, painting steps, .... 1 50 

$838 72 

CREDIT. 

By appropriation, $1000 00 

amount transferred from appropriation for stable 

and land, 400 00 



Balance unexpended, 



$1400 00 
561 28 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Paid I. L. Benton, repairs on hearse, 
R. Corson, carting, 
R. L. Gay & Co., stationery, . 
C. Henry Adams, signs, 
Thos. French, lighting lamps, and police duty, 
John Milliken & Co., paint and brush, 
G. H. Nott, use of hall, 
J. Mathewson, constable duty, &c., 
Wm. Jordan, police duty, 
M. E. Pratt, stationery, 
F. A. Easton, washing hose, «&c., 
P. B. Whittemore, straps and stools for hearse. 



$5 75 

5 50 

5 00 

9 70 

1239 83 

7 57 

80 00 

18 00 

15 00 

1 38 

14 00 

11 00 



12 



Paid D. M. Easton, constable duty for 1869, . . $35 00 

A. & J. R. Churchill, legal services, 1869, . 15 00 

T. W. Steamberg, care of office, ... 34 00 

Geo. E,. Attenburger, refreshments at fire, . 8 60 

Jas. Patterson, supper for 100 men after fire, . 75 00 

S. A. Bradbury, insurance policy, '. . . 8 00 

M. Lee, refreshments at fire, . . . . 23 07 

H. W. Akerly, janitor services at office, . . 114 00 

Wm. BuUard, interest, 46 15 

Bullard, Thomas & Co., coal for engine, . . 18 00 

H. S. Adams, cash paid record deeds, &c. . 9 50 

John Goldsboro, legal services on account of loan, 35 00 

R. Corson, carting, &c., . ... 6 00 

M. Underhill, constable duty, &c., . . . 180 97 

R. L. Gay, & Co., ink, . ... 75 

S. Ward & Co., stationery, . ... 6 66 

Beatey & Miles, coal, . . . . 9 00 

T. E. Clark, use of hack for M. T. Hatch, . 6 00 

Hildreth & Getchell, printing for Fire Dep't, . 24 00. 

Rich & Marsh, repairs" on lamps, . . . 15 40 

Cutter, Tower & Co., order book, . . . 7 25 
H. B. Terry, recording and returning births, 

marriages, and deaths, . ... 74 80 

D. S. Sherman, stationery, . ... 90 

Sharrock & Cooper, oil cans, &c., ... 2 79 

I. B. Underhill, refreshments at fire, . . 27 70 

J. C. Dickey, oil 1 08 

J. M. Williams, locks, staples, and labor, . 6 59 

D. M. Easton, services as constable, . . 138 00 
H. A. Rich, services as collector and constable, 594 38 
H. A. Darling, insurance policies, . . . 312 00 

Earle & Prews, express, 1 25 

Sharrock & Cooper, soapstone and labor, Gor- 
don Hall, 13 02 

H. B. Terry, services on account of State Tax, 12 00 

J. F. Goodwin, labor, . . . . . 3 73 

John Welsh, watching at engine house, . . 2 00 

E. P. Davis, insurance policies, . . . 312 50 
Sharrock & Cooper, repair of lamps, . . 2 75 
R. Corson, moving safe and furniture, . . 8 25 
Beatey & Miles, coal, engine house, . . 23 75 
Neal Bros., coal for engines, . . . 28 60 



13 



Paid R. Corson, use of horse, drawing engine, 
W. F. Estey, legal services for 1869, 
0. T. Gray, legal services on Gordon Hall, 
H. S, Partridge, putting up partition in store in 

Town Hall, 

Thos. Dolan, repairing lamps, . . 

Turner & Cheney, legal services for 1869, 
Hildreth & Getchell, printing town reports, &c 

for 1869 

G. L. Richardson, town map, &c., 

E. B. Simpson, taking up and resetting fence, 
M. E. Angell, painting fence, 1869, 

M. R. Warren, stationery, ... 

D. G. Corliss & Co., covering stone, 
R. Thompson, groceries, 1869, 

S. Ward & Co., stationery, 
" C. H. Barrett, coal, .... 

Hildreth & Getchell, warrants and tax bills, 
H. B. Terry, cash paid insurance policy and 

express, ..... 

Ames Plow Co., ox yoke and plow points, 

F. O'Keefe, police duty, 

G. L. Richardson, professional services, 
B., H. & E.R.R. Co., freight, . 
Ira B. Underhill, refreshments at fire, 
Geo. Attenberger, refreshments at fire. 
Cutter, Tower & Co., book of bonds on bond 

paper, &c., . 
; James Patterson, meals and lodging, 

E. R. Morse, 1 safe, 
Bradbury & Co., printing, 
C. C. Bradbury, services as auditor — 1869, 
E. P. Davis, " " " " 
Robert Bleakie, " " " " 

H, B. Terry, returning marriages for 1869, and 

cash paid stationery, express, &c., 
Geo. Pye, professional services, 
Wm. Fennell, saving timber in river, 
Kidder, Leonard & Co., stationery, 
Thomas Fox, making list of deeds and mortga- 
ges of property in H3-de Park, 
Blake and White, rent of office and hall, . 



$8 00 

7 50 

35 00 

~ 65 00 

7 90 

61 50 

258 69 

246 00 

25 00 

40 00 

13 50 
10 00 

4 23 
20 60 

16 90 

14 50 

14 01 

14 68 
42 00 

157 50 
3 07 

17 80 

41 50 

15 00 
9 50 

90 00 
26 50 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 

16 27 
233 00 

3 00 

4 65 

65 00 
342 00 



14 

Paid L. Rhodes, town meeting warrants, . $3 50 
Hildreth & Getchell, printing and advertising, 179 33 
Wm. A. Garbett, professional services, survey- 
ing, 242 50 

G. L. Richardson, professional services, survey- 
ing, 134 00 

G. L. Richardson, services on town map, . 252 00 

Henry C. Adams, serving street notices, &c., . 28 60 

Thomas Fox, copying, 37 00 

Fairbairn & Co., flax seed, .... 3 75 

$6541 65 



SCHOOL INCIDENTALS. 

Paid Beatey & Miles, labor, 

Jos. M. Perry, painting blackboards, 

C. H. Snaith, keys and repairs on locks, 

G. T. Wiggin, painting out-buildings, 

Thompson, Bigelow & Brown, books, 

C. H. Snaith, sharpening drills, 

M. L. Whitcher, cash paid for cleaning, 

Samuel Thurber, lamps and key, 

Wm. O. Haskell & Son, furniture, 

M. E. Noble, books, 

Levi Chubbuck, furnace and castings, 

Thos. Todd, printing, 

A. C. Clapp, books, 

Sharrock & Cooper, cleaning stove and pipe, 

Sharrock & Cooper, labor, coal, hods, &c., 

Sharrock & Cooper, dipper, 

R. Williams, labor and material, 

Patrick Rooney, labor, cement, &c., 

R. Wright, broom, ink, and duster, &c., 

Ginn Bros. & Co., books, 

S. A. Collins, clock and thermometer, 

C. F. Clapp, cleaning stove-pipes, 

Rollins Bros., express, 

T. D. Weld, rent of school-house, 

Rich & Marsh, glazing, . 

Robert Bleakie, rent of school-house, 

J. W. Leverett, curtains. 



$124 37 
2 00 

2 90 

3 40 
8 00 

60 
20 00 

5 25 
303 70 

93 36 

509 43 

3100 

6 90 

1 00 
IB 63 

18 

130 15 

19 50 

18 27 

58 29 

6 00 

2 00 
6 25 

400 00 
44 7 
660 



15 



Paid Wm. 0. Haskell & Son, furniture, . 
Sharrock & Cooper, labor, mats, &c., 
A. C. Clapp, labor, .... 

Sharrock & Cooper, stove, 
Gardner Chilson, one grate, 
H. P. & Fairmount Baptist Society, settees, 
Amos Webster, cash paid stationery, 
R. Williams, labor and material, 
S. S. Bunker, repairs, .... 
T. E. Clark, use of horse and carryall, 
Luther Harriman, maps, 
R. Wright, sundries, .... 
Hildreth & Getchell, printing teachers' blanks, 
Crumett's express, . . . . 

W. H. S. Ventress, cash paid for sundries, 
M. L. Whitcher, cash paid sundries, 
Mary Heaton, washing rooms, 
E. L. Grant, carting and cleaning, 
W. H. S. Ventress, cash paid sundries, 
R. Williams, moving seats in Everett School, 
Thompson & Russell, labor and materials, 
Tolman & White, printing and binding school 

report, ...... 

J. L. Hammet, blackboards, 

Wm. 0. Haskell & Son, desk, 

0. Lappen & Co., dusters and mats. 

Rev. Amos Webster, amount overpaid as Treas 

urer of School Committee 1869-70, and 

services as Treasurer, 
To order of Clerk of School Committee, . 
T. W. Elliot, building Fairmount school-house 
Blake and White, rent of High School room, 
P. B. Davis, cash paid for stationery, 
Amos Webster, service as Clerk of School Com^ 

mittee, 

Neal Bros., coal, 

mount for school purposes, 
Amount for other purposes. 



$189 50 

34 83 

2 30 

48 42 

1 00 

7 00 

4 20 

54 46 

27 37 

4 00 

9 00 

4 00 

16 07 

1 00. 

16 30 

37 45 

9 00 

3 75 

4 50 
12 25 
74 05 

50 00 

24 00 

8 00 

8 62 



169 36 

36 65 

1196 50 

200 00 

8 90 

60 00 
71 26 

4755 12 
6541 65 



Total, 



$11,296 77 



16 



CREDIT. 

By amount of appropriation, 

Amount transferred from appropriation for 
horses, carts, tools, &c., .... 

Amount transferred from appropriation for sta- 
ble and land, 



Excess of expenditures, 



$6000 00 
1522 83 

3075 00 

10,597 83 
$698 94 



HIGHWAYS. 
Paid Jas. G. Dow, carpenter work, 
Patrick Rooney, labor, 
Wm. Devine, stone, 

C. Henry Adams, street signs, . 
.D. G. Corliss & Co., stone, 
John Bleakie, damage to estate, 
H. B. Terry, cash paid labor and teams, as per 

pay roll, ..... 

D. W. Phipps, labor and teams, 
T. E. Clark, horse and carriage hire, 
R. W. Turner, damage to estate, 1869, 
J. M. Williams, labor, . . . 
B. Swan, labor, teams, and covering stone 
M. Duggan, labor and materials, 
B., H. & Erie R.R., freight, . 
J. M. Williams, repairs on bridge, 
Geo. Pye, surveying, 
Jas. Sykes, damage to estate, . 
Geo. L. Richardson, surveying, 

E. R. Rouillard, damage to estate, 
John Keough, work on Mr. Badger's wall, 

A. Murray, building balcony and steps for Mr 

Moseley, 
D. W. Phipps, keeping horse and oxen, shoeing 

and labor, .... 
R. T. Woodard, grading, . 
David Higgins, damage to estate, 
H. A. Rich, gravel and labor, 1869, 

B. H, Hardy, labor, 
John Duggan, labor, 
B, Svi-uiv, breaking out roads, . 



$108 99 

44 00 
176 37 

4 00 
467 77 
100 00 

493 34 

884 44 

9 50 

12 00 

74 66 

103 00 

6 43 

6 55 

7 57 

24 60 
50 00 
12 00 
50 00 

280 00 

70 00 

183 49 

25 00 
40 00 
21 31 

45 40 
49 50 
39 22 



17 



Paid J. B. Farrington, removing snow and stones, 
Hiram Carleton, damage to estate, . 
Gove & Pay son, setting edge-stones, 
E. Corson, breaking out roads, 
Benj. F. Thompson, .... 



CREDIT. 

By amount of appropriation, . 



Balance unexpended. 



100 00 

127 41 

5 00 

17 91 

$3709 74 

$4000 00 

$290 26 



EIVER STREET. 



Paid H. B. Terry, labor and teams, as per pay-roll, 


. $3403 67 


A. H. Brainard, stone, and damage to estate. 


.300 00 


Geo. Pye, surveying, . . . 


106 00 


B. Swan, building culvert. 


80 00 


B. Swan, men and teams. 


843 92 


B. F. Leach, lumber for bridge. 


. 5 45 


J. Corbett, men and teams. 


260 96 




$5000 00 


CREDIT. 




By amount of appropriation, , . • . . 


$5000 00 



BUSINESS Am) DAVISON STREETS. 

CREDIT. 

By amount of appropriation; $2700 00 



DR. 



Paid D. W. Phipps, men and teams, 



80 00 



Balance unexpended, ..... $2620 00 



ARLINGTON STREET DIVISION. 

Paid H. B. Terry, labor and teams, as per pay-roll, $2039 69 
D. W. Phipps, keeping oxen, horse, &c., . . 260 31 



$2300 00 

CREDIT. 

By amount of appropriation, $2300 00 



18 



READVILLE STREET. 

Paid Geo. Pye, surveying, ..... 
H. B. Terry, labor and teams, as per pay-roll, 
D. W. Phipps, keeping horse and oxen, 
Julia A. Bragdon, damage to estate, 
J. Mathewson, damage to estate, 
William N. Rogers, damage to estate, 
J. N. Stevens, damage to estate, 
"William Bullard, damage to estate, . 
W. A. Mason, surveying, 

CREDIT. 

By amount of appropriation, . 
Balance unexpended, 



$93 00 
1285 00 
87 75 
17 44 
32 67 
14 45 
17 44 

541 04 
64 96 

$2153 75 

$2400 00 
$246 25 



MILTON AVENUE DIVISION. 

Paid Creo. Pye, surveying, $114 00 

H. B. Terry, labor and teams, as per pay-roll, . 6203 60 

Patrick Rooney, drilling, 75 00 

E. Whitney, grading and carting, . . . 35 00 

J. M. Williams, labor, . . . . . 48 97 

D. W. C. Rogers, repairing fence, . . . 23 50 

B. Swan, building culvert, . . . . 100 00 

H. M. Hamblin, moving fence and grading, . , 25 00 

H. M. Hamblin, building fence, . . . 40 00 

Wm. A. Smith, damage to estate, ... 25 00 

$6690 07 

CREDIT. 

By amount of appropriation, $6700 00 

Balance unexpended, $9 93 



SUNNYSIDE DIVISION. 

Paid H. B. Terry, labor and teams, as per pay-roll, $5336 90 
Patrick Rooney, drilling, . . . . 713 10 



CREDIT. 



By amount of appropriation, 



$6050 00 
$6050 00 



19 



HYDE PAEK AND CENTRAL PARK AVENUES. 

Paid H. B. Terry, labor and teams, as per pay-roll, $5903 07 
D. W. Phipps, men and teams, . . . 96 93 



CREDIT. 



By amount of appropriation, 



$6000 00 
$6000 00 



SALARIES. 
Paid Benj. F. Kadford, services as Selectman and 
Highway Surveyor, 

Geo. E. Sherman, for same, 

H. B. Terry, services as Town Clerk and Clerk 
for Selectmen, 

H. A. Darling, services as Assessor, Overseer of 
Poor, and- Board of Health, . 

C. C. Bradbury, for same, 

Geo. B. PaiTott, for same, 

H. S. Adams, services as Treasurer, 

O. T. Gray, services as School Committee, 

M. L. Whitcher, for same, 

Rev. Amos Webster, for same, 

Rev. P. B. Davis, for same, 

Wm. A. Bullard, for same, 

B. C. Vose, for same, 

W. F. Estey, for same, for 1869, 

Henry Grew, services as Selectman, Assessor 
Overseer of the Poor, and Surveyor of High- 
ways, for 1869, . . . . 



By amount of appropriation. 
Balance from last year, 
Excess of exependiture. 



CREDIT. 



$300 00 
300 00 

300 00 

300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
400 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
50 00 



300 00 

$3150 00 

$2200 00 
528 91 
421 09 

$3150 00 



The undersigned, having examined the foregoing detailed state- 
ment of Expenditures, find the same correct and accompanied by 
proper vouchers. 

E. P. DAVIS, 

HENRY S. BUNTON, 



Majority of Auditors. 



20 



liEPOET OF THE BUILDING COMMITTEE, 

Appointed by the Town to purchase Land for and build a School- 
house at Readville. . 

The Committee chosen by the Town to build a School-house 
at Readville have attended to the duty assigned them, and sub- 
mit the following financial statement : — 

Amount of appropriation, ------ $22,000 00 

EXPENDED. 

S. J. r. Thayer, Architect, ... - $250 00 

B. Swan, Foundation, - - - - 408 00 

J. B. Farrington, Excavation, - - - 140 00 

P. O'Brien, Grading, 8 75 

Wm. Bullard, Land, 1977 92 

Turner & Cheney, Examining Title, - - 35. 00 

B. Swan, Granite, 9 00 

O. T. Gray, Drawing Contract, - - - 5 00 

J. B. Farrington, Grading, - - - - 24 50 

Bancroft, Beatey & Leach, Contractors, - 17,500 00 

Bancroft, Beatey & Leach, Extra Work, - 365 25 

Fawcet & Hawkes, Furnaces, - - - 1036 25 

Morss & Whyte, Window Guards, - - 57 29 $21,816 96 



Unexpended, $183 04 

The expense of furnishing the house, and of grading and orna- 
menting the grounds, will be an additional charge to the Town. 

The Town is to be congratulated upon having made ample 
provisions for first class school accommodations, for at least 
one portion of the Town. 

The contractors, Messrs. Bancroft, Beatey & Leach, the Com- 
mittee feel, have most faithfully and honorably performed their 
obligations, and, we are gratified to say, have constantly mani- 
fested a liberal spirit and a creditable ambition to construct a 
building that should come fully up to the high standard which 
the plans and specifications called for. 
Respectfully submitted. 



A. P. BLAKE, ^ 

GEO. E. SHERMAN, 
GEO. B. PARROTT, 
P. B. DAVIS, 
M. L. WHITCHER, 



Building 
Committee. 



21 



INDEBTEDNESS OF THE TOWN OF HYDE PAEK, 

Januahy 15th, 1871. 



Due sundry persons on notes at the close of the last 

year's account, January 15th, 1870, . . . $25,200 00 
Amount borrowed the current year, .... 122,500 00 

$147,700 00 
Notes paid during the year, 31,000 00 

Indebtedness of the Town, January 15th, 1871, . . $116,700 00 

viz. : — " 
Boston Five Cents Savings Bank : — 

On account Funded Debt, . . . $30,000 00 
FireDepaihiient, . . 5,000 00 
Town Hall, . . . 22,000 00 

$57,000 00 



Mercantile Savings Institution : — 

On account Funded Debt, . . . $10,000 00 
Temporary Debt, . . 14,000 00 

$24,000 00 

Institution for Savings, Newbhryport, Mass. : — 

On account Funded Debt, . . . $25,000 00 
Fii-e Department, . . 10,000 00 

$35,000 00 

Due Mrs. Hewins : — 

Temporary loan, .... . . $700 00 



$116,700 00 



22 



TOWN PEOPERTY. 



Damon School Buildings, Land, and Personal 

Property, . $25,000 00 

Everett School Buildings, Land, and Personal 

Property, , 17,500 00 

School-house on Warren St. and Personal Property, . 1500 00 

Butler School-house, 800 00 

Personal Property in Central School, .... 1100 00 

" Fairmount School, ... 850 00 

" High School 300 00 

" Grew School (Town Hall), . 250 00 

Town Hall 22,000 00 

" Personal Property, , . . . . 500 00 

Fire Department, . 17,781 68 

Lock-up, Fixtures, and Bedding, ..... 325 00 

Furniture and Safes in Town Office, .... 400 00 

Weights and Measures,' 350 00 

Hearse, .......... 450 00 

Uncollected Taxes, January 16th, 1871, . . , . 18,093 74 



$107,200 42 



Since the incorporation of tlie town there has heen expended for two permanent 
iron bridges the sum of $13,609.99; for permanent improvements on highways, 
about $35,000. 



23 



Town of Hyde Park in Account with Henry A. Rich, Collector 

of Taxes. 



Jan, 
15. 



By uncollected Taxes, as per 
Account Current, dated 
Jan. 15, 1870 :— 

Assessed in 1868, . 
Less uncollected, 



$1211 89 
210 98 



Interest collected, 



$1000 91 
209 64 



$10,580 64 



Assessed in 1869, . 
Less abatements, $340 85 
Less uncoUected, 1641 33 1982 18 



Interest collected. 



$8598 46 
522 45 



Assessed in 1870, . . . $51,428 79 

Less abatements, $2195 73 

Less uncollected, 16,241 43 

Less Discount, . 276 34 18,713 50 



Interest collected. 



$32,715 29 
90 56 



To Cash paid Treasurer at sundry 
times, .... . . 



3,137 31 



5,137 31 



$1210 55 



$9120 91 



$32,805 85 



,137 31 



HENRY A. RICH, Collector of Taxes. 
Hyde Pauk, Jan. 15, 1871. 



The undersigned, having examined the account of the Col- 
lector of Taxes, hereby certify that the above account current 
is correct. 

H Jry^S.^'bunton, \ ^^<'Jority of Auditors. 



24 



Dr. Henkt S. Adams, Treasurer, in account with the Town of 



To balance on hand at the close of the last financial year, $210 74 

amount received from Henry A. Rich, Collec- 
tor, viz : — 
Taxes assessed in 1868, . . ■ . . $1000 91 

Interest on same, 209 64 

Taxes assessed in 1869, .... 8598 46 
Interest on same, . . . . 522 45 

Taxes assessed in 1870 32,715 29 

Interest on same 90 56 



5,137 31- 



From the Commonwealth of Mass., viz. : — 



State aid, . 
Corporation tax, 
Corporation tax. 
School fund, . 



f 450 00 

638 20 

97 43 

314 67 



$1500 30 



Received from the County of Norfolk : — 
Dog license, 1868, .... #172 53 
Dog license, 1869, .... 145 51 



Received from sale of horses and carts 






$522 00 


Poor account received on account of J. 








Williams, deceased, . . 






7 89 


Received from J. B. Farrington, for 








stone, 






20 00 


Received on Treasurer's notes, viz : — 








Temporary Loan, .... 


120,500 00 




Gordon Hall 


22,000 


00 




Fire Department, .... 


15,000 00 




Funded Debt account. 


65,000 


00 









— $122,500 00 


Licenses, 




i 


25 00 




^168,241 28 



25 



Hyde F auk, from January 16, 1870, to January 15, 1871. Cr. 



By amount paid Treasurer's notes, 

Incidental expenses, 
Incidental school expenses, 

State and County tax, viz. : — 
Milton, 
Dedham, 



122,000 00 



#6541 64 
4755 12 



-f 11,296 76 



$790 16 
1781 37 



Salaries, .... 

Interest, . . . . , 
State aid, . . " . ' . 
Poor account, .... 

School account 

Highway account, . 

Business and Davison streets, . 

Eeadville street, 

Sunnyside street division, , 

Arlington street " 

Milton avenue " 

Elver street, . . . . 

Hyde Park, and Central Park avenues 

Eeadville school-house, 

Everett School grounds, 

Horses and carts, 

Posts and signs, 

Treasurer's notes, 

Pire Depatrment, . . . $3000 00 

Eire Department, . . . 14,781 68 



$2571 53 

$3150 00 

4220 47 

435 00 

522 15 

14,272 61 

3709 74 

80 00 

2153 75 

6050 00 

2300 00 

6690 07 

5000 00 

6000 00 

21,816 96 

838 72 

999 17 

438 93 

9000 00 



$17,781 68 
Gordon Hall, $22,000 00 



Balance on hand, 



4913 84 
$168,241 28 



HENRY S. ADAMS, Treasurer. 



The undersigned, having examined the accounts of the Treas- 
urer, find the same correctly kept and accompanied by proper 
vouchers. 



HE^T^st'BraTOK, } ^^-^'^^^'^^Z of Auditors. 



TOWK CLEKK'S EEPOET. 



The following are the statistics of Births, Intentions of Mar- 
riage, Marriages, and Deaths, in Hyde Park, for the year end- 
ing December 31, 1870 : — 

BIRTHS. 

Number of Births registered in Hyde Park in 1870 — 174. 
Males, 



87 
87 



55 
9 
2 

56 
1 
7 

27 

11 
5 
March, 15 ; 



Females, 

The parentage of the children is as follows 
Both parents American, 
Both parents English, 
Both parents Scotch, 
Both parents Irish, 
Both parents German, 
Both parents British Provinces 
Mixed — One parent American, 
Mixed — Both parents of other nationalities 
Unknown, ...*... 

There were born in January, 17 ; February, 14 , ..,^^^^^, ^^ , 
April, 13 ; May, 11 ; June, 10 ; July, 15 ; August, 14 ; Septem- 
ber, 16 ; October, 24 ; November, 12 ; December, 13. 

There was but one birth of twins. 

OCCUPATION OF FATHER. 

Merchant, 10 ; Clerk, 11 ; Book-keeper, 2 ; Agent, 5 ; Teacher, 
1 ; Clergyman, 1 ; Cashier, 1 ; Doctor, 1 ; Broker, 1 ; Sea Cap- 
tain, 2 ; Designer, 1 ; Engraver, 1 ; Overseer, 1 ; Machinist, 7 ; 
Operative, 19 ; Laborer, 45 ; Carpenter, 26 ; Painter, 4 ; Cur- 
rier, 2 ; Pedler, 2 ; Manufacturer, 1 ; Engineer, 1 ; Paper- 
hanger, 1 ; Shoemaker, 2 ; Confectioner, 1 ; Blacksmith, 2 ; 
Basket-maker, 2 ; Mason, 2 ; Teamster, 2 ; Butcher, 1 ; Piano- 
Forte Maker, 1 ; Moulder, 1 ; Sewing Machine Maker, 1 ; 
Coachman, 1 ; Needle Maker, 1 ; Telegraph Operator, 1 ; Gold- 
beater, 1 ; Watchman, 1 ; Paper Maker, 1 ; Tailor, 3 ; Un- 
known, 3. 



27 



MARRIAGES. 

Number of Intentions of Marriage issued in 1870 — 55. 

Number of Marriages registered in 1870 — 45. 

Oldest Groom, 65 ; Youngest Groom, 20 ; Oldest Bride, 58 ; 
Youngest Bride, 17. 
Both parties American, . . . . . . 28 

Both parties English, ...... 2 

Both parties Irish, ....... 5 

Both parties of other foreign nationalities, ... 5 

Foreign and American, ...... 5 

Married in January, 3 ; February, 5 ; March, 1 ; April, 1 ; 
May, 7 ; June, 5 ; July, ; August, 3 ; September, 7 ; October, 
5 ; Noy ember, 3 ; December, 5. 

The following are the names of the parties whose marriages 
were solemnized in 1870, certificates of which have been re- 
turned to this office : — 

Jan. 1. — John Pierson and Anna Hellan, both of Hyde Park. 

Jan. 9. — John O'Brien and Joanna O'Leary, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Jan. 30. — John Downey, of Hyde Park, and Ann Corcoran, 
of Boston. 

Feb. 3. — Bradford E. Boyden and Mary" J. Southack, both of 
Hyde Park. 

Feb. 10. — Jeremiah S. Sanborn and Nellie M. Mercer, both 
of Hyde Park. 

Feb. 23.— Charles M. Sibley, and Clara P. R. Nightingale, 
both of Hyde Park. 

Feb. 26. — Chas. Jackson and Mary Haskins, both of Milton. 

Feb. 26. — Thomas Sweeney and Jane Fox, both of Hyde 
Park. 

March 24. — Zenas Allen, of Hyde Park, and Charlotte M. 
Sanders, of Boston. 

April 3. — David W. Luce, Jr., and Clara Adler, both of 
Hyde Park. 

May 5. — George H. Whitcroft and Emma J. Mitchell, both 
of Hyde Park. 

May 9. — Harry P. Haskins and Hester J. Wiseman, both of 
Hyde Park. 



28 

May 11. — Perley M. Dillingham and Ida J. Hall, both of 
Hyde Park. 

May 17. — Marshal N. Craig of Rumney, N. H., and Harriet 
A. Mclntyre, of Hyde Park. 

May 18. — Thomas Clark and Caroline Seibert, both of Hyde 
Park. 

May 23. — John J. Eaynes, of Hyde Park, and Martha A. 
Hammond, of Norfolk. 

May 28.— Peter H. Hayes, of Hyde Park, and Mary A. 
L3ntnan, of Boston. 

June 1. — Corydon Ireland and Sarah E. Langdon, both of 
Hyde Park. 

June 6. — Samuel R. Moseley of Hyde Park, and Carrie M. 
Brown, of Andover. 

June 16. — Levi Bickford and Lomelia A. Brigham, both of 
Hyde Park. 

June 19. — Minot S. Lowe, of Winterport, Me., and Eva M. 
Boynton, of Hyde Park. 

June 23. — Thomas Baker and Mary J. Hull, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Aug. 3. — Zadoc J. Hawkins and Mary Whalon, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Aug. 22. — R. R. McRay and Harriet Blee, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Aug. 18. — Isaac Bullard and Francis E. Davis, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Sept. 9. — Samuel Taylor and Kate Bower,' both of Hyde 
Park. 

Sept. 13. — Thomas E. Faunce and Josephine Allen, both of 
Hyde Park. 

Sept. 14. — Robert R. Andrews, of Cambridge, and Mary E. 
Leseur, of Hyde Park. 

Sept. 18. — Thomas Murray and Annie Curry, both of Hyde 
Park. 

Sept. 19. — Alden S. Pinkman and Annie E. Dow, both of 
Boston. 

Sept. 20. — Charles A. Cutler and Carrie F. Kettelle, both of 
Hyde Park. 

Sept. 29. — George N. Hibbard, of Hyde Park, and Mary F. 
McCloud, of Gardner, Me. 

Oct. 4. — Frederick A. Perry and Mary Hopkirk, both of 
Hyde Park. 



29 



Oct. 20. — Calvin S. Aldrich, of Worcester, and Annette 
Spaulding, of Thompson, Conn. 

Oct. 25. — Rufus Russell and Mary E. Coppenger, both of 
Hyde Park. 

Oct. 28. — William Blakeney, of Boston, and Jennie Ells, of 
Hyde Park. 

Oct. 30, — Thomas Joyce, of Charlestown, and Ellen Dunn, 
of Hyde Park. 

Nov. 14. — Clarence L. Stevens, of Worcester, and Mary 
McCloskey, of Hyde Park. 

Nov. 23.— William Hamilton and Sarah G-. Weld, both of 
Hyde Park. 

Nov. 24. — Cooley Anderson, of Westfield, and Malinda Davis 
of Chicopee. 

Dec. 2. — Benjamin Scott, of Hyde Park, and Kate McKenna, 
of Providence, R. I. 

Dec. 6. — Abner Howland and Olivia L. Holbrook, both of 
Hyde Park. 

Dec 8. — Romanzo N. Wiswall, of Boston, and Marion W. 
Bailey, of Hyde Park. 

Dec. 15. — Albert E. Elliott and Annie M. Hamilton, both of 
Hyde Park. 

Dec. 15. — John Mercer and Lemmira Cowley, both of Hyde 
Park 



DEATHS. 

Number of Deaths in Hyde Park in 1870—77. 



Males, 

Females, 

Sex not returned, 

American parentage, 

Irish parentage, 

English parentage, 

Scotch parentage, 

Belgian parentage. 

Mixed parentage. 

Unknown, 

British Provinces, 



43 

33 

1 

23 

28 

3 

3 

1 

7 

6 

6 



30 



The oldest person deceased in H5''de Park during the year 
1870, was Mercy Hayden, aged 81 years, 5 months, and 4 days. 



AGES. 



Still-born, 
Under 1 year, 
Between 1 and 5 years. 
Between 5 and 10 years. 
Between 10 and 20 years, 
Between 20 and 30 years. 
Between 30 and 40 years. 
Between 40 and 50 years, 
Between 50 and 60 years. 
Between 60 and 70 years. 
Between 70 and 80 years, 
Between 80 and 90 years, 



CAUSES OP DEATH 



Brain diseases. 
Disease of the throat, 
Lung disease. 
Heart disease. 
Bowel disease. 
Disease of the blood, 
Other diseases, 
Accident, 
Drowned, 
Suicide, 
Still-born, 
Unknown, 



5 

22 
12 
1 
4 
6 
9 
3 
4 
6 
2 
3 



5 
4 
8 
3 

14 
5 

18 
5 
2 
1 
5 
7 



31 



THE FOLLOWING ARE THE NAMES OF THE PERSONS 
DECEASED IN HYDE PARK IN 1870. 







AGES. 




DATE. 


NAME. 






CATJSE OF DEATH. 




Yrs 


Ms. 


Ds. 




Jan. 2, 


Josiah Hastings, . . . 


75 




23 


Paralysis. 


3, 


Mary U. Bowers, 






47 


9 


13 


Dropsy, 


7, 


Edward H. Blasdale, 








11 


12 


General debility. 


13, 


Andora Vanhook, 






3 


5 


8 


Consumption. 


14, 


William Munger, , 










Yz 


Cause not given. 


16, 


Eliza Munger, 






39 






Cause not given. 


16, 


Edward Sheehan, 












Still-born. 


Feb. 10, 


William Russell, 






16 


2 




Consumption. 


Mar. 2, 


Margaret Barrett, 






4 


9 




Croup. 


16, 


Henry Hanson, 






29 




11 


Heart disease. 


23, 


John Flinu, 






22 






Liiug fever. 


26, 


Patrick Conroy, 






1 






Dentition. 


April 4, 


Thomas Jackson, 






36 


11 


2 


Heart disease. 


19, 


Susau Cox, 






1 


2 


19 


Cholera infantum. 


28, 


Winiford Eitzgibtoons, 






60 






Dysentery. 


May 17, 


Albertine Hamilton, . 






3 




3 


Unknown. 


June 5, 

16, 


\.llcn 












Still-born. 
Consumption. 


Catherine Conroy, 






28 






25, 


John Williams, 






30 






Drowned. 


30, 


Clarissa Russell, 






64 




5 


Consumption. 


July 7, 


John Hoy, . , 






29 






Accident. 


9, 


Sora Messier. 








1 


3 


Unknown. 


10, 


Julia Davern, 






2 


4 




Hydrocephalus. 


15, 


Chas. V. Edwards, 








5 


24 


Cholera infantum. 


21, 


Perley E.Davis, 








10 


28 


Cholera infantum. 


24, 


Bessie Brown, 








10 


22 


Cause not given. 


24, 


Alex. McCammond, . 






31 






Drowned. 


27, 


Amelia Snow, 






40 


9 


21 


Consumption of blood. 


27, 


Alfred Spring, 






1 




17 


Cause not given. 


28, 


Campbell, 












Still-born. 


28, 


Michael Moran, 






24 






Accident. 


29, 


Robert Savage, 








8 




Diarrhoea. 


30, 


Ella R. Crocher, 








1 


23 


Cholera infantum. 


30, 


Blichael Mulcahv, 






64 






Empyema. 


31, 


Murtie Gillis, " . 








7 


13 


Diar rhoea. 


Aug. 5, 


Rachael A. McDonough, 






68 






Dysentery. 


8, 


Margaret Mahoney, . 






50 






Accident, 


12, 


Simeoa Pierce, 






66 


2 




Diabetis. 


14, 


jQhn Dooley, 






36 


3 


9 


Dysentery. 


16, 


William Cheney, 






4 


1 




Inflammation of brain. 


17, 


Francis A. McCarthy, 








6 




Cholera infantum. 


20, 


John McSully, 






30 






Consumption. 


23, 


Thedocia E. Bragg, . 






33 






Placenta projvia. 


23, 


Mary E. Lyons, 






18 


9 




Consumption. 


27, 


Eliza Line, 
Edgar W. Broad, 






11 


10 


3 


Dropsy. 


15, 












Still-born. 


Sept. 1, 


Willie C. Sullivan, 






1 


6 




Cholera infantmn. 


2 


Viola M. Hamilton, 








2 


13 


Congestion of brain. 


6, 


Maiy McGowan, 






1 


4 




Convulsions. 


7, 


Caroline A. Hurter, 






22 


s 


20 


Eeart disease. 


8, 


Daniel O'Brien, 








4 


15 


Congestion of brain. 


11, 


William E. Savory, 








1 


14 


Cholera infantum. 


14, 


Alonzo Price, 






1 




12 


Cause not given. 


15, 


Peter Schofleld, 






71 


1 




Dropsy. 


19. 


Harry Mall on, 








4 


11 


[looping cough. 


23; 


Mercy Hay den, . 






81 


5 


4 


Not returned. 


Oct. 4, 


Edith J. Phillips, 










25 


Diarrhosa. 


5, 


James Dolan, 






34 






Phthisis pulmonalis. 


20, 


Jennie M. Henry, 










10 


Convulsions. 


21, 


Marion McDonough, . 








5 


21 


Dysentery. 


25, 


Alice M. Halliday, 






3 


6 


26 


Croup. 


25, 


Sargent Blake, . . . 






68 


7 


6 


Suicide. 



32 

DEATRS— (Continued.) 



Nov, 3. 
13. 

2o: 

24! 

25i 

Dec. 1, 

4. 



NAME. 



G. L. Tourtelotte, 
Patrick Timmons, 
Edwin H. Small, 
John C. Gerrish, 
Herbert W. Whittemore, 
Gertrude Rowland, 
Francis H. Barry, 
Foley, 



Bridget Carr, 
Joseph P. Dexter, 
Thomas L. O'Brien, 
John Fox, 

Hannah W. Stevens, 
Sarah Grant, 
Patricls Kenny, 



Trs Ms. Ds 



30 



14 



CAUSE OF DEATH. 



Railroad accident. 

Exhaustion. 

Convulsions. 

Not returned. 

Diptheria. 

Cold. 

Convulsions. 

Still-born. 

Cancer of breast. 

Paralysis. 

Rash. 

Accident. 

Paralysis. 

Old age. 

Ascites. 



Respectfully submitted, 



HENRY B. TERRY, Town Clerk. 



33 



JIEPOET OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES. 



RESIDENT TAXES. 


Real 
Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Dis- 
count. 


In- 
terest. 


Unpaid 


A.. 












Adams, C. Henry .... 


$50 15 


$5 00 


$1 10 






Adams, Henry C. . 








25 00 


150 






$25 00 


Adams, Henry S. . 








69 00 


15 50 








Adier, Leonard 








44 75 


10 00 


109 






Aldrich, E. G. 










8 00 


16 






Allen, Orvel . 








37 00 


100 


78 






Allen, John . 








2 71 










Allen, Thomas 








6 50 








6 50 


Allen, Zenas . 








54 37 




108 






Anderson, Lydia . 








26 79 










Angell, George E. . 








95 90 








59 50 


Angell, Moses E. . 








26 40 


50 






26 90 


Arnold, Isaiah E. 








34 80 






73 




Ayer, George . 








13 50 








13 50 


Ayer, Lucy Mrs. . 








73 80 


2 00 


151 






Austin & Underhill 








14 88 










B. 












Badger, Maiy C. . 


16 80 










Badger, William F. 








86 27 








86 27 


Barrett, C. H. 








58 60 


44 60 






103 20 


Bascomb, P. J. 










27 00 








Bancroft, David C. 








27 35 








27 35 


Barry, James 








5180 










Bass, George 








5100 


5 00 








Bass, William M. . 








33 50 










Barren, Thos. W. . 








34 80 








34 80 


Barney, James O. 








29 24 




58 






Barrows, James . 








3150 










Bates, J. C. 








■52 80 






108 




Barrows, CM. 










100 








Barry, Michael 








15 00 


60 








Bent, Horatio, Estate of 








103 00 










Beatey & Miles 








11417 


5 75 




2 38 




Beatey, Jolm 








57 38 


75 




120 




Benton, Ira L. 








25 60 


100 






26 60 


Bennett, John 








3 75 




7 






Bean, J. W. 








18 75 








18 75 


Bickmore, 










2 00 


4 






Bickford, Levi 








74 00 










Bissett, Henry F. . 










17 00 






17 00 


Blanchard, Richard 








7180 




147 






Bias dale, Henry . 








67 00 


17'00 




100 




Blake, A. P. 








185 30 


88 00 








Blake, A. P., Trustee 








77 38 






144 




Blake & Raynes . 








18 40 










Blake & White 








235 00 










Blake, Enoch E. . 








56 00 










Blake, Sargent 








73 00 










Bleakie, Robert, Trustee 








6154 






122 




Bleakie, Robert 








277 84 


3 00 




8 46 




Bleakie, Jolm 








38 80 








38 80 


Bleakie, John S. . 










2 00 








Blazo, William A. 








229 76 


14 00 






248 78 


Blodgett, S.P. 










2 00 








Blasdale, Oliver P. 








30 06 










Boyden, Calvin 








10 92 








10 92 


Bodwell, William . 








34 94 


3 00 






37 94 


Bodwell, Nathaniel 








33 00 




35 




Bonney,W.A. 




• 




122 00 


6100 




183 09 



34 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES— (Continued.) 



RESIDENT TAXES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Dis- 
count. 


In- 
terest. 


Unpaid 


Bowen, John . . . • 


$16 00 




$ 32 






Boyd Breech Loading Arms Comp'y . 




$23 00 




$ 46 




Boynton, Robert 


23 00 




46 






Boynton, Francis . . ^ 


19 57 




39 






Bowman, Thomas E. . 


31 GO 




63 






Bowers, Win. T. . 


22 35 


100 


46 






Bradbury, CO.. 


OS 45 


7 44 








Bradbury, S. A. & C. C. . 


53 86 










Bradbury, S. T. . . . , . 


2 76 






06 




Bradbury, S. A. . . ' . 


217 79 


2108 








Bradbury, JMaryW., Mrs. 


33 00 










Brackett, Joim S. ... 


16 00 










Brown, O. Q. . . . 


47 76 










Bragg, Wm. M 


223 65 








223 65 


Braiuard, Amos H. . . . 


81 00 


3 00 


1 C8 






Brown, J.J. 


47 00 




94 






Brown' J. T. . 




3 00 








Brown, F. L. 




3 00 






3 00 


Broad & Faunce .... 


8 41 






16 




Broad & Churchill 


5 75 






11 




Broad & Davis .... 


9 92 






19 




Broad, Wilmot E. ' 


3188 






66 




Brooks, Sarah 0. 


2 72 




05 






Bragdon,J. T 


3 16 










Brigham, Lomelia, Mrs. 


32 71 








32 71 


Burnett, Marshall 


25 50 










Butman, John L. ... 


49 41 


10 






49 51 


Burns, Timothy .... 


7 50 










Burns, D. D 




100 


02 






Bunker, S. S. 


25 00 








25 00 


Burk, Patrick .... 


8 00 




16 






Burger, Antoipe .... 


25 00 




50 






BuUard, William .... 


382 55 


27 50 




4 12 




Bullard,Mary A. 




5 50 




05 




BuUard, William A. . . . 


2151 










Ballard, Isaac . . . . 




5 50 








BuUard, Lydia M. ... 




12 10 




12 




Burns, Dennis 


47 55 










Brackett, Mary C. 


2 75 










C 












Campbell, W. A. . . . 


1160 


100 






12 60 


Campbell, Samuel 


34 50 






• 73 




Campbell, .Tosiah 


1120 










Campbell, John .... 


55 60 










Caflin, Elizabeths. 


8120 




1 62 






Carlton, Hiram .... 


114 00 


2 00 








Cable, H. M 


22 00 










Choate, W.P 




2 00 








Chesley, S. A. . 


15 38 










Chapman, George .... 


33 00 










Chapman, Lucy Mrs. 


77 70 


32 50 








Chapin, A. C. Mi's. 


50 40 






1 00 




Chadbourn & Perry 


73 80 






55 




Churchill, Wm. and others 


48 18 








48 18 


Cheney, H. R 


7 81 


5 50 


26 






Cilley, Jonah L. . 


27 10 


150 


57 






Clark, Albe C, Trustee G. B. Parrott. 


206 70 


2 00 






208 70 


Clementson, Julia Mrs. . 


69 60 


2 00 








Clark, T. Emory .... 


19 54 


25 00 




92 




Clark, S. D. 


26 15 


4 50 








Clark et al 


2124 








21 24 


Clark, Mary Mrs. .... 


2116 






21 




Clark, Thomas .... 


9 00 








9 00 


Clark, Mary, Mrs., 2d . 




20 00 


40 






Clark, Heman A. . 


33 60 








33 60 


Clark, L. C. 


5 00 


2 00 




18 




Clark, Harriet, Mrs. , 


17 00 










Clai'k, Marcus .... 


33 05 


3100 


128 






Cleary, Cornelius .... 


22 00 


50 




48 




Cook, II. P. . , . . 


22 60 


2 50 









35 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES— (Continued.) 





RESIDENT TAXES. 


Real 
Estate 


Per- 
sonal. 


Dis- 
count. 


In- 
terest. 


Un- 
paid. 


Cooper, Miranda .... 


$28 13 










Colman, E. J. 






307 98 


$41C 






$312 08 


Colniiiu & Connor 






37 20 








37 20 


Conway, Caroline M. 






2-iOO 










Conway, Colin 






12 00 










Collins", John B. . 






3.T00 


150 






1 50 


Cole, Fredericli 






2 82 








2 82 


Corson, Reuben 








15 00 








Connolly, Micliiiei 






19 00 










Connolly, Michael, 2d 






• S25 










Connor, Phebe W., Mrs. 






5 60 








5 60 


Coverly, Samuel '. 






26 00 




53 






Couland, Peter S. 






28 00 


5 00 


66 






Corrigau, John 






20 


150 








Collins, Edward W. 






2 88 


2 00 








Cobb, Sylvanus, .Jr. 






86 22 


3 00 


1 78 






Cobb, Eben 






29 90 










Cobb, C. H. . 






103 13 


10 00 


2 21 






Corbett, Jerry 






18 00 


4 50 




48 




Cornell, Patrick . 






1140 










Connor, Barney 






15413 


27 25 








Cannon, Michael . 






18 20 




ts 






Cong'l Society, 1st 






42 72 










Collins, Chester A., Estate of 






33 00 








33 00 


Crocker, James 






19 00 










Crane, Nath'l 








28 00 


56 






Crane, Nath'l, Trustee 






38 40 




77 






Cutler, Lydia, Mrs. 






118 00 


3 50 




1 21 




Curtis & Goodhue 








2 00 


4 






Gushing, J. S. T. . 






40 80 










Cummings, M. E., Mrs. . 






33 92 




67 






Cummings, Eouise F. 






29 53 




59 






Curley, Patrick 






15 59 








15 59 


Cullen, Thomas 






1712 










Corrigan, Thomas 






8 20 










JJ>. 












Davin, Thos. A 




7 00 




18 




Davis, E. P. 








8 50 


17 




Davis, N. G. 








100 


02 






Davis, David L. . . » 






146 00 


73 00 








Davis, P. B. 








7 75 


15 






Dairy mple, Archibald . 






23 74 










Darling, Henry A. 






36 79 


2 00 








Dee, Denis . 






5 50 










Dexter, J. P. 






45 52 


2 00 


95 




• 


Dickey & Ireland 








3 50 


07 






Dickey, .John C. 






26 76 








21 76 


Downey, John 






17 00 


3 00 






Dow, James G. 






94 40 


210 






96 50 


Dolan, Patrick 






7 50 








Dolan, Michael 
Dolan, Thomas 
Dolan, Thomas, 2d 






17 60 
25 28 
19 20 


15 00 


38 




17 60 

40 28 


Dolan, J. • , 
Downing , "^ames . 






8 00 


25 










68 20 


275 21 


6 86 






Downing, Alfred, Trustee 








2 08 


04 
1 29 






Downing, Alfred . ; 






5912 


5 40 






Donnelly, Malachi , 






17 99 


6 00 






23 99 


Dooley, John 






23 00 








Doe, J. W. 

Dunbar, Sophie, Mrs. . " 






3153 

17 90 






35 


31 53 


E. 












Easton, D. M. . 


18 00 


2 00 




66 




Easton, F. A. 






5 40 




10 






Edson, Nath'l , ... 






4135 


2 00 


12 






Edwards, Chas. L. 






86 00 




72 






Elliot, Joseph W. 






20 00 








EUis, Charles 






89 37 


133 




1 


90 70 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES— {Contimced.) 



RESIDENT TAXES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Dis- 
count. 


In- 
terest. 


Unpaid 


Ellis, J. D. 


35 00 


7 50 


85 






Ellis, F. A. 


10 56 


2 50 




,. 




Estey, Willard F 


30 00 










Esty, G. F. 




3 50 








English, Thos. F. ... 


17 80 








$17 80 


Euneking, John J. . . . 


62 75 


6 50 




1 42 




Everett, VV. S 


59 50 


12 25 


1 43 






Evans, Thos. C 


166 03 


6 72 


3 45 






TB^. 












Faunce,T. E. &Co. 


16 87 










Fauuce, Thomas .... 


53 20 


24 50 








Farusworth, Ohas. L. . 




8 00 


16 






Fallon, Hugh .... 




4 75 


09 






Farriugton, John B. . . 


66 00 


2 60 






68 60 


Fairbairn, Wm. U. . . . 


57 60 








32 60 


Fallon, Peter .... 


4 90 










Fessenden, Eliza, and Crane, Harriet, 


15 00 




30 






Fernald, Francis K. . . . 


5 62 








5 63 


Fernald, Geo. M. . 


40 29 








40 29 


Ferrtald, W. H. .- . 


20 50 








20 50 


Fessenden, W. N. 


29 63 


2 50 








Fittz, Nancy L., Mrs. . , 


16 11 




32 






Fisk, H. C 


126 34 


8 00 








Finland, Michael .... 


23 00 










Fisher, Sophia .... 


•32 00 










Follen, Barney .... 


4 40 










Fowler, W. C 


3197 




63 






Fogg, Roxana .... 


28 40 








28 40 


Foster, Alfred .... 


4614 




92 






Foster, Sarah E. .... 


9 31 




18 






Fowler, William W. 


2 00 




4 






O. 












Garland, Benj. .... 


18 66 








18 66 


Gately, James .... 


2 50 




5 






Gerry,Chas.P. .... 


133 60 


40 82 




1 76 




Gilman, Henry D. .... 


234 00 








234 00 


Giles, Henry. .... 


40 00 










Giles, Alfred E 


42 24 


1100 


1 06 






Gilson, John .... 


27 20 




54 






Gilpatric, C. L. . 


172 67 








172 67 


Glass, James .... 


3190 










Gove, Susan G. . 


92 16 








92 16 


Goodhue, Charles C. . . . 




2 00 






2 00 


Goss, Daniel J. . 


49 75 


24 00 








Goss & Williams, .... 


12 00 










Gould, John B. . 


46 00 


117 00 








Gould, Eben . . . . 


3 60 


10 00 








Gorham, William .... 


24 57 


15 00 


79 






Goodwin, Joel F. . ... 


1179 




23 






Grant, William .... 


53 20 


2 00 






55 20 


Grant, E. L. 




2 40 






2 40 


Grant, Geo. M. . 




3 00 






3 00 


Gridley, Geo. A. . 


50 00 




1 00 






Greeley, .John D. . 


23 00 










Greeley, .John H. . 


26 80 










Graham, .John .... 


3 24 










Grew, Henry S. . 




19150 








Grew, Henry .... 


1049 20 


' 57 50 








Greenwood, Elihu .... 


177 27 


166 00 


6 86 






H. 












Ham,A. D. .... 




2 00 








Hardy, Elizabeth A . . . 


95 20 


3 60 






98 80 


Hart, J. M. .... 




2 00 




08 




Hale, Alfred .... 


42 00 


15 00 




1 18 




Hammond, Jas. B. . . . 


40 16 








40 16 



37 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES— (Continued.) 





EESIDENT TAXES. 


Real 
Estate 


Per- 
sonal. 


Dis- 
count. 


In- 
terest. 


Un- 
paid. 


Hatch, Freeman .... 


$34 00 




68 






Hawley, Alanson . 








28 40 


6 00 


68 






Haley, Patrick 








8 50 






10 




Haley, Charles 








82 21 






168 




Hathaway, B. L. . 








10 00 










Haskell, B. B. 








154 04 


9 50 








Hayes, C.C. . 








3100 










Hamilton, H. P. . 






• 


27 20 








$27 20 


Halliday, Geo. W. 








38 26 






16 




Hatton, F. 0. 








24 48 


7 00 








Harlow, Susan M. 










25 00 


50 






Hamlin & Wright . 








9 00 








9 00 


Hersey, Cornelius 










2 00 








Hewins, Harriet N. 








40 20 


10 54 








Heustis, William . 








37 92 








37 92 


Heustis, C. P. 








55 80 


2 00 






57 80 


Hehbard, Nath'l . 








50 90 


3 50 








Henderson, William 








4 00 


6 00 


20 






Higgins, David 








56 56 








56 56 


Higgins, Frances E.,]Mrs 








8 80 




17 






Hilton, W. B. . 








54 62 








54 62 


Hilton, James W. . 








2 87 








2 87 


Hill, John R. 








55 29 


2 00 








Hill, Mrs. . 








32 80 










Hildreth & Getchell 










20 00 






20 00 


Hill, Joseph 








29 20 






31 




HoUis, Stephen 








26 00 










Hovey, Solomon . 








3410 




68 






Holmes, C. P. 








28 25 




56 






Holmes, Mary, Guardian 








13 66 










Holmes, Mary 








14 60 










Holt, C. P. 








40 80 


2 79 


87 






Howes, H. J. 








3150 


100 




10 03 




Hopkirk, Jane 








44 00 










Holtham, H. S. 








4 20 


2 00 




24 




Horn, Erne.st H. . 








14 00 






32 




Howe, Mrs., Ann 








4 00 










Hoogs, Wm. H. . 








42 00 








42 00 


Holmes, Ellis H. . 








25 00 






54 




Howard, G. L. 








35 00 




70 






Howard, Geo. E. . 








2125 




42 






Hussey, J. S. 










100 






1 CO 


Hunt, L. B. 








56 90 


2 00 






58 90 


Hughes, Owen 








14 50 


10 80 




54 




Humphrey, Capt. John 










100 00 








Huhhard, Charles 








84 76. 






152 




Hubbard, Geo. W. 








24 96 




49 






Hurter, Geo. C. 








35 00 


30 00 


130 






Hyde Park Woolen Mill. 








1148 00 


1303 50 


49 03 






X. 

IngersoU, W. H. . • 


62 77 


15 00 








Ireland, John .... 


33 00 


2 25 








J. 












Jenkins, Howard .... 


42 40 








42 40 


Jenkins, Joseph H. 








35 87 




71 






Jenkins, E. B. 








9 00 








9 00 


Jigger, Robert 








8 00 










Johnson, Susan M. 








2410 








i4 10 


Jones, J. D. 








8 00 


50 


17 






Jones, Henry B. . 








23 10 


10 00 


66 






Jordan, Matthew . 








2 07 






10 




Kl. 












Kendall, D.S 


56 30 


2 00 








Kendrick, H. C. . 








26 03 


22 00 








Kennedy, Hugh 








9 50 










Kelley, Patrick 








14 36 








14 36 


Keegan, Michael . 




• 




83 22 











38 



EEPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES— (Continued,) 



RESIDENT TAXES. 


Real 


Per- 


Dis- 


In- 


Unpaid 




Estate 


sonal. 


count. 


terest. 




Keen, Nahum .... 


$3 37 










Kingston, Thos. 








2 50 










Kiuoanuon, Patrick 








11 30 










Knibbs, J. H. 










5 00 






5 00 


Knight, Albert 








32 00 






1 02 




Knowles, H. W. .' 






33 70 










Tu. 
















Lawrence, Mary Ann P, 






5 13 










Lancaster, E. M. . 








30 20 


5 50 


71 






Lawson, Joliu 








85 40 


4 00 


1 78 






Lawson, J. D. & T.E. 










20 50 


41 






Lawler, Patrick . 








22 00 




44 






Leonard, ]Mrs.,Charlott( 








19 50 










Leseur, B. P. 








53 40 


5 00 








Leseur, H. 








73 14 


1 00 


1 48 






Leverett, J. W. 








11 00 


7 00 








Leach, B. P. 








149 14 


92 00 








Leufest & De Bntremont 








10 00 




20 






Lougee, Sarah P. . 








12 68 








12 68 


Leary, Cornelius . 








11 50 




19 






Lougee, R. VV. 








16 56 






16 




Lord, Orlando M. . 








10 75 










Lord, Lyman W. , 








9 50 










Loecher, Jacob 








46 50 








46 50 


Lyford, By ley 








37 50 










m:. 












Mandell.A. A 




2 10 








Macomber, Amos . 






6 42 










Maun, Mrs. Emelia 








45 20 








45 20 


Macomber, Edwin H. 








43 40 


11 50 


1 09 






Macomber, Henry 








45 30 




90 






Mansfleld, Ezra A. 










2 00 


04 






Mathewson, .Jerome 








8 28 










Martin, John 








14 00 








14 00 


Mallon, Amos K. . 








31 30 






66 




Maguire, Margaret 








2 80 










Mayo, C. H. 








50 00 


19 00 






69 00 


Mayo, Harriet M. 








31 30 




62 






Mason, VV^m. A. 








8 05 








8 05, 


Mahonej', Florence 








7 00 










Mahoney, Michael 








4 00 








4 00 


McAvoy, J. D. 








24 09 


4 75 








McGillicaudy, John 








7 40 


1 20 




20 




McOarty, John 








6 20 


1 50 








McCarty, Dan'l 








23 00 








23 00 


McDonough, John 








15 60 










McDonough, .James 








12 07 










McKinney, Edward 








8 36 






10 




McDermott, M. J. 








2 05 








2 05 


Merrill, R.B. 










2 50 






2 50 


Merrill, C. H. 








15 70 




31 






Meagan, Thos. 








11 92 








11 92 


Meister, Gustavus A. 








14 00 






48 




Miles, John 








25 35 










Mills, Wm. P. 








25 50 










Miller, Geo. H. 








41 00 


2 00 




90 




Milidew, George . 








9 60 










Moseley, R. P. 








23 75 










Moseley, T. W. H. 








45 00 


18 00 








Moseley, Sam. P. 








4 50 




09 






Moseley, Iron Co. 








290 00 


580 50 






870 50 


Morrison, Henry . 








15 00 






34 




Moffatt, E. W. 








36 40 






16 40 


Mooar, James P. . 








28 90 




57 






Mori'ill, Mrs., Paul 








65 00 










JMoody, Chas. H. 








15 13 










Mui-ray, Thos. 








5 25 








5 25 


Murray, .John 








16 00 









39 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES— (Contimced.) 



RESIDENT TAXES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Dis- 
count. 


tei^'st. Unpaid 


]V. 












Nash, James .... 




37 








Nelson, S.L. 








$35 40 




70 






Newtoa, R. D. 








38 40 










Neal.A.B., Bstateof 








22 00 










Neal, Mrs., A.B. . 








22 54 










Neal, Luther 








47 70 


3 83 








Neal, Oliver L. 








40 00 


4 50 








Nichols, D. P. 








76 56 


8 00 


1 69 






Nightinarale, W. H. 








70 92 








70 92 


Noble, Slark E. 








25 00 


10 00 








Noyes, Geo. W. 








4 20 


2 00 






6 20 


Moyes, Mrs. G. W. 








24 00 


1 60 






25 60 


Noyes, A. N. 








6 40 










Nolan, James, 








2 80 








2 80 


Norris, R. H. 
Nott, Goraon H. . 








56 80 








33 40 








665 38 


21 10 






502 48 


O. 












O'Connell, Daniel .... 




18 50 


37 






O'Hare, • . . . 


1 87 








1 87 


O'Neal, Arthur .... 


26 10 


75 


53 






Ormsby, William .... 


34 00 










JP. . 












Payson, J. W. . 


59 08 


9 50 




1 40 




Pame, John A. 








18 78 


60 








Palmer, Susan A. 








6 60 






18 




Parker, George 








21 00 










Pariott, Patrick . 








8 00 










Packard, H. A.. 










2 00 






2 00 


Page, Wm. 








27 50 


2 50 






30 00 


Patridge, Sewell . 








15 18 








15 18 


Patridge, Henry S. 








5 00 








5 00 


Patterson, James . 








44 00 










Perrin, Stephen C. 








27 43 


5 00 








Peterson, Mrs. Olianu 








28 26 




56 






Perry, Ira 








30 75 


2 00 


65 






Perry, Susan E. 








39 20 








39 20 


Pepper, Ti.W. 








23 80 


2 50 








Peppard, James F. 








26 33 






56 




Perkins, David 








59 00 


32 00 


1 82 






Perkins, Almon 








20 20 








12 86 


Perkins, Ezra G. . 








124 20 


223 00 






347 20 


Phelps, Fred E. . 








36 86 


2 00 






38 86 


Phelps, Sylvester . 










2 00 






2 00 


Phelps, H. B. 








41 00 






86 




Phipps, Wm. T. . 








6 13 


3 00 




22 




Phipps, D. W. 








50 17 






83 




Phelan, George 








33 00 








33 00 


Pierce, Simeon 








19 20 




38 






Pierce, Chas. H. . 








194 07 




3 88 






Pierce, George 








65 06 


1 50 


1 33 






Pierce, Ira C. 








18 00 








18 00 


Piper, John E. 








45 66 


51 50 








Piper, Samuel N. . 










7 08 








Plympton, Eliza B. 








39 00 




78 






Plummer, I. C. 








67 20 




1 38 






Plummer, R. B. 








71 83 


1 50 






73 33 


Porter, James H. . 








18 21 








18 21 


Porter, D. S. 








3 93 








3 93 


Potts, John T. 








36 62 


35 00 


1 43 






Pollard, Geo. 








62 50 


70 


1 26 






Pratt, Miss M. E. . 










1 00 


02 






Pratt, Jarius 








142 47 








143 47 


Prentice, Mrs. Olive W. 








5 76 




11 






Price, Mrs. Susan . 








30 00 








30 00 


Putnam, S. 0. 








64 50 


48 01 


2 24 







40 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAKES— (Continued.) 



RESIDENT TAXES. 



Real 

Estate. 



Per- 
sonal. 



Dis- 
count. 



In- 
terest. 



Unpaid. 



Quimby, Joseph B. 

K. 

Radford, B. P. 
Kanlett, D. D. 
Baynes, H. G. 
Rayues, John J. 
Reed, Hammond . 
Reed, Edwin 
Rhodes, Chas. H. 
Rich, D.B. . 
Ricli, Henry A.. 
Rich, D. B. & H. A. 
Rich, Andrew Jackson 
Rich, R. K. . 
Richai-dson, Alonzo 
Richardson, Geo. L. 
Rice, Norman 
Riley, Joseph 
Robinson, Seneca 
Rogers, Nancy 
Rogers, Estate of Wm. 
Rogers, Wm. N. 
Rogers, Jolin A. 
Rogers, Michael 
Rogers, D. W. 0. . 
Rollins Brothers . 
Rollins, R. T. 
Rollins, Frank 
Bonndy & Fields . 
Russell, A. L. 
Rvissell, Jessie 
Russell, L. H. 
Ryan, J. b. 
Roberts, Edward . 
Roouey, Edward . 
Rooney, Edward, 2d 
Rooney, Thomas . 
Rooney, Rose 
Rooney, Patrick . 
Rouilord, Edward R. 

S. 

Samson, S. J. 
Sanford, Oliver S. 
Savage, -James P. 
Saville, .Josiah 
Sohofleld,Wm. J. 
Scliofleld & Hill . 
Schell, A. P. 
Scott, Robert 
Scott, .James M. 
Sherman, G. E. 
Sherman, David S. 
Sherman, James H. 
Shea, .James 
Shea, Edward O. . 
Sharrock, George 
Sharrock & Cooper 
Shephard, Nath.P. 
Simpson, E. B. 
Simmons, Wm. C. 
Simmons, .James 
Smith, W. A. 
Smith, W. li. 
Smith, Tsaac 
Smith,. Joseph E. . 



$34 00 



156 71 

30 66 
63 80 
73 48 
32 00 
39 00 
46 30 

306 37 
38 00 
72 00 
16 72 
90 06 
46 80 
51 90 

31 .35 
4 37 

24 86 

60 40 
16 15 
62 65 
12 50 



41 52 

18 24 

85 00 

122 03 

28 63 

38 24 

45 20 

62 00 

20 34 

3 36 

23 41 

2 87 

33 50 

14 44 



24 00 
260 00 
4 10 
28 50 
22 80 
11 25 
34 50 
58 05 
17 29 



25 84 
24 00 

23 50 
40 50 

58 13 

21 12 
5 10 
7 00 

22 50 
3 .50 

24 00 



37 00 

2 oo; 

2 75' 
14 75 



7 20 
4 50 



9 00 
10 07 



60 00 
4 00 



2 00 
10 00 
2 00 



1 00 

8 00 



15 25 



5 10 



58 00 



2 00 
50 



3 50 



12 00 
2 00 



25 00 
3 25 



75 
3 00 



65 



1 07 

76 



1 23 



36 



310 87 
16 72 



20 



1 58 



51 



62 65 



29 63 
46 24 



20 34 
3 36 



5 46 



12 



1 29 



23 30 
11 25 



17 29 



14 



75 



8 12 
5 10 



3 50 



41 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES— (Continued.) 



KESIDENT TAXES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Dis- 
count. 


In- 
terest. 


Unpaid. 


Snaith, Chas. H. . 


$35 11 








$35 11 


Snow, Albert 








13 50 




27 






Snow, Eno3 S. 








10 80 






25 




Spring, C. & A. 








90 50 


32 00 


2 45 






Spring, Charles 








66 72 


4 00 


1 41 






Stephens, Nelson J 








17 66 


2 46 








Stark, Mrs. Mary J 








63 68 


15 00 




78 




Stone, Franklin 








49 00 


1 60 


98 






Straw, L. H. 








118 60 


16 60 








Stuart, Wm. J. 








91 48 


10 25 






101 73 


Sumner, M. P. 








3 00 








3 00 


Sumner, Sally 








342 07 


79 29 


8 42 






Sunderland, Mrs. Mehitabel 






237 10 




4 74 






Swallow, E. D. . 






35 50 


75 


72 






Swan, Bartholomew 






94 59 


21 65 








Sweeney, Patrick 






6 75 










Sweeney, Thomas 
Sweet, Caroline, Miss 






2 50 














24 10 










Swift, T. P. 






57 71 








57 71 


Swift, Alexander F. 








2 00 








Swift, E. M. 








18 25 






18 25 


Swinton, William . 






2 11 










Sykes, Joseph 






/^18 










Smith, Frank W. . 






36 48 










T. 












Taft, Samuel .... 


50 40 






1 00 




Taher, Thos. 








7 50 


15 






Taplin, W. H. 






18 64 










Tenpenny, Richard 






11 38 










Terry, John 






83 37 


63 25 


2 93 






Terry, H. B. 






3 24 




06 






Thompson, Calvin M. 






30 60 










Thompson, Robert 






73 57 




1 47 






Thompson, B. F. . 






245 75 


7oroo 






315 75 


Thompson, John R. 






41 71 








21 71 


Thompson. W. C. . 






10 00 










Thompson, Mrs. Euphrasia 






7 62 








7 62 


Thacher, Wm. T. . 






145 00 


18 60 




1 65 




Theilberg, Henry . 






28 50 




57 






Tirrell, Fred. N. . 






23 88 


19 04 


85 






Timson, Mrs. Susan E. . 






9 31 




18 






Timson & Foster, . 






12 08 




24 






Tileston, James S. 






60 63 


27 90 


1 77 






Tobey, Mrs. Susannah . 






15 00 




30 






Townsend, Geo. M. 






29 83 


7 00 


72 






Trainer, Luke 






5 00 










Turner, C. W. 






11 69 


8 50 




66 




Turner & Coleman, 






86 78 






86 




Turner, R. W. . . . 






299 44 


14120 




4 42 




Tupper, R. L. 






22 96 








22 96 


Twitchell, J. M. . 






40 00 




80 






Tewkesbury, F. W. 






37 00 




74 






XJ. 












Underbill, Merrill B. 


32 43 










Underbill, Ira B. . 




8 50 




21 




Underbill, Mrs. Jennie . 


7 50 






15 




Union Vise Co. .... 


447 65 


180 00 






527 65 


V. 












Ventres, W. H. S. 


66 80 


7 22 


1 48 






Vialle, James L. . 






14 24 








14 24 


Vivian, J. B. 








24 00 










Vivian, Robert H. 










5 00 








Vose, John . 








48 60 


1 00 




51 




Vose, B. C. 








147 59 


2 75 








Vose, Miss S. M. . 










22 00 


44 







42 



KEPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES— (Contmued.) 



RESIDENT TAXES. 


Real 

Estate. 


Per- 
sonal. 


Dis- 
count. 


In- 
terest. 


Unpaid 


Vose, Mary & Sarah 


$48 40 




97 






Vose, lieira ..... 


40 60 




80 






^W. 












Walker, Eunice A. . . . 


1 25 




02 






Walker, Edwin "R, 






29 00 


2 00 


62 






Warren, Mary E. . 






48 80 


1 10 


1 01 






Watson, William . 






21 00 






46 




Ward, Waldo F. . 






85 22 


3 50 


1 77 






Wallace, Richard . 






11 10 










Warner, W. R. . 








18 00 


36 






Webster, Amos 






106 10 


1 60 








Weld, Theodore D. 






138 12 


53 80 


3 83 






Wellington. C. W. W. 






37 99 


3 00 




42 




Westcott, Edward 






24 S5 


5 20 








Wetherbee, Henry R. 






32 26 








$32 26 


Welch, Michael 






6 00 


75 






6 75 


Wells, B. T. 








1 00 








White, W. A., Estate of 






49 80 




99 






White, Mrs. Anne 






10 43 










White, Estate of Mrs. Anne 






268 32 


18 60 






286 92 


White, Charles A. 








80 00 






80 00 


Whitney, E. A. 






30 00 


3 00 








Whittemore, B. P. 






18 31 






20 




Whittier, Napoleon Bonaparte . 






20 25 


50 






20 75 


Whittier, A. R. . 






153 83 


25 60 






179 43 


Whittier, A. J. . . - 






19 96 


2 00 






21 96 


Whitcher, M. L. 






218 00 










Whalan, Mary 






25 70 


12 








Whitcher et al.. Trustees 






7 50 








7 50 


Williams, Miss Amanda 








6 00 








Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth 






22 20 










Williams, Elizabeth E. . 






27 30 










Williams, Rinaldo 








101 00 


1 50 






102 50 


Williams, E.G. 








40 00 


1 50 


83 






Williams, John M. 








52 88 


3 00 




1 14 




Williams, J. D. 








28 40 


2 50 








Williams, J. D. & M. 








23 16 








23 16 


Williamson, E. E. 








3 20 








3 20 


Withington, George 








27 00 




54 






Wilkins, A.-rJ. 








31-00' 










Willard & Hilton, 








216 66 








216 66 


Wigley, .Jobn 








19 80 










Wilder, Mrs. Hannah 








22 00 






44 




Willard, Cordelia . 








10 84 




21 






Willard, Huldah . 








26 86 








26 86 


Wild, .Joseph 








7 92 










Wood, .Joseph . 








28 63 




57 






Wood, W. H. 








20 .50 








20 50 


Wood, W. H. A G. H. 








26 00 








13 00 


Wright, Richard . 








43 30 


7 50 








Wyman, Charles . 








4 50 








4 50 


Wood, Geo. W. 








5 00 








5 00 


Y. 














Young, S. G. 




25 10 






50 




Young, Joshua 


33 00 




66 






Young & Hilnkley ] 


43 79 




87 






Z. 






1 




Zimmerman, Carl . 








36 60 






76 





43 



NON-RESIDENT TAX-PAYERS. 





Real 


Per- 


Dis- 


In- 


Un- 


NAME AND EESIDENCB. 


Estate. 


sonal. 


count. 


terest. 


paid. 


A. 












Alderman, M. P., Hingham, . 


$10 50 




21 






Allen, Lucius, Boston, 


52 50 








$52 50 


Ames, Geo. H., Littleton, Mass., , 


24 00 










K. 












Baker, Timothy, Declham, 


6 50 




13 






Bowe,T.r., Boston, . 




92 80 








92 80 


Ballou, A. A., Winchendon, . 




27 36 










Barnwell, John, R. I., 




5 50 




11 






Beals, James, Boston, 




15 00 




30 






Bonney, Mrs., Boston, 




22 00 




44 






Boyden, Benj., Trus., Dedham, 




3 75 






07 




Boyd, Samuel, Boston, 




2 50 








2 50 


Bradlee, John D., Milton, 




32 37 










Bryant H. J.,* Boston, 




37 03 


20 00 








Brown, Theodore, Dedham, 




12 00 










Brown, Mrs. J. B., Providence, 




2 00 










Bruce, J. R., Philadelphia, . 




11 89 








11 89 


BuUard, Chas., Dedham, 




2 50 






02 




Burns, G. W., Milford, N. H., 




7 00 










Boston & Provif\ence R. R., Boston, 


102 50 




2 05 






Boston, Hartford & Erie R. R., Boston, . 

C 
Carr, Jeremiah C, Portsmouth, 


213 10 


40 00 








189 39 


43 50 






232 89 


Capen, A. B., Milton, . . . . 


15 00 










Capen, B. W., Milton, 


32 64 










Capen,Samiiel J., Boston, . 


15 00 








15 00 


Chamberlain, Daniel B., W. Roxbury, 


2 00 








2 00 


Clapp, Mrs. Elizabeth, Boston, 


6 00 




12 






Clarke, Henry, Mattapan, 


10 50 










Child, C. T., Providence, 


102 07 






2 05 




Colman, Mrs. Martha, S. Boston, . 


1 99 










Codman, Henry, Estate of, Dorchester, . 


16 00 




32 






Colburu, James, Mill Village, 


56 50 






1 12 




Colburn, Endicott & Stone, Dedham, 


1 00 










Coney, heirs of Mary, S. Boston, . 


3 25 










Converse, A. W., Boston, 


21 50 




43 






Converse, B. B., Boston, 


79 89 




1 59 






Corey, Chas. H., Richmond, Va. . 


7 53 










Cormick, Jas. W., Boston, 


2 00 








2 00 


Chesley & Eldridge, Chelsea, . , 


10 00 










Grummet, C. H., Stoughton, 


13 90 




26 






Curran, Owen, Mill Village, 


2 25 








2 25 


13. 












Dickerman, Quincy, Boston, 


10 56 










Davis, Joseph, B., Lowell, . 




4 13 






08 




Dean, Louisa, Mill Village, . 




2 00 










Delue, James H., Quincy, 




3 00 








3 00 


Denney, Henry G., Trus., Boston, 




100 00 




2 00 






Dorchester 2d Church, Dorchester, 


10 00 




20 






Dumas, Julian, Boston, 


24 15 






48 




E. 












Eastman, C. L., Boston, 


37 00 




74 






Eaton, Marcus, Maiden, 




3 00 











44 



NON-RESIDENT TAX^PAYERS— ( Continued.) 





Real 


Per- 


Dis- 


In- 


Un- 


NAME AND RESIDENCE. 


Estate. 


sonal. 


count. 


terest. 


paid. 


EMridge, John S., Boston, . 
Eldridge, David, Chelsea, . , . 


$874 50 






13 11 




5 00 










Everett, E., Walpole, 


4 86 








$4 86 


Evans, William, W. Roxhury, 


110 00 




2 20 






Ewens, Alexander, Washington, D. C, . 


18 72 




37 






F. 












Farwell, James E., Boston, 


14 68 










EeUows & Pecker, Chester, N. H., . 


80 80 










Ferry, Mrs. Rhoda, Milton, 


3 50 










Ferry, E. B., Milton 


4 00 










Ferry, Elizabeth A., Milton, 


4 50 










Field, Haven & Co., Boston, 


14 24 










Fitzgerald, Mrs. C. J., Boston, 


12 00 




24 






Foster, James, Harrison square, . 


12 00 




24 






Fairbanks, J. A., Melrose, . 


26 00 










O. 












Greenough, David S., Jamaica Plain, 


16 41 










Gray, James, Boston, 


25 84 








25 84 


Green, Chas. G., Boston, 


10 50 




21 






Gunnison, Geo. W., Mill Village, • 


53 38 








53 38 


H. 












Hamlin, Howard M., Boston, 


168 00 








168 00 


Hamhlin, J. G., E. Boston, . 


83 00 








83 00 


Harvard College, Cambridge, 


8 75 




17 






Harrington, F. D., Boston, . 


27 85 








27 85 


Haskell, S. G., Deer Isle, Me., 


98 60 








98 60 


Hartwell, Wm. H., Littleton, Mass., 


34 88 






68 




Hartwell & Jeffs, Littleton, Mass., 


28 00 






56 




Harridan, E. G., S. Boston, . 


6 67 










Hapgood, Mrs. Salome, Boston, 


11 55 






11 




Hammond, Thos., Wrentham, 


133 02 








133 02 


Hollingsworth, Amor, Milton, 


234 50 




4 69 






Horan, Capt. John, N. Bedford, 


4 82 








4 82 


Holmes, Richard, Roxbury, . 


11 38 




22 






Holmes, Frank R., Roxbury, 


4 20 




08 






Hunt, Lucian, Falmouth, Mass., 

J. 
Jones, Woodman, Mattapan, 


9 00 




18 






18 00 










Joy, Joseph L., St. Louis, Mo., 


33 40 




66 






Joice, Patrick, Milton, 


6 00 






12 




It. 












Keyes, C. G., Boston, . . , , 
Kelley, .James, Boston, 


48 70 








48 70 


6 86 








6 86 


Kennedy, John, S. Boston, . 


10 94 




21 






TL,, 












Lee, Geo. W., Winchester, . 


10 00 










Luce, D. W., Dedham, 


4 28 


15 00 




38 




TWC. 












Martin, Richard, Boston, 


42 78 








42 78 


May, .lohn .T., Boston, 


24 00 




48 






Mather, Phillip, Boston, 


25 00 










Matthewson, Israel, Providence, 


11 00 










McElroy^ .John, Rochester, N. H., . 


11 24 








11 24 


McCormic, .Joseph, Boston, . 


13 00 








13 00 


MeiTill, Amos B., Boston, 


9 50 








9 50 


MeiTill, .Joshua, Boston, 


43 05 








43 05 


Merrill, William, Boston, 


4 00 




08 







45 



NON-EESIDENT TAX-PAYERS— (Continued.) 





Real 


Per- 


Dis- 


In- 


Un- 


NAME AND RESIDENCE. 


Estate. 


sonal. 


count. 


terest. 


paid. 


Miller, Allen H., Roxbury, . 


$4 25 




08 






Minot, Chas. E., Boston, 


8 00 








$8 00 


Morton, Joseph, Estate of, Dorchester, 


10 50 








Moses, T. B., W. Roxbury, . 


8 70 








8 70 


Moses, T. B., jr., W. Roxbury, 


1 50 








1 50 


Morse, Luther, Mill Village, 


1 00 




■ 02 






Morse, E. J. W., Easton, 


9 00 




18 






Morrell, M. P., Boston, . 


4 89 






11 




Metropolitan Land Co., Boston, 


107 00 






107 00 


Morgan, Michael, Dedham, . 


75 








75 


Mansfield, Geo. E., Boston, . 


8 60 








8 60 


Mullen, Thos., Dorchester, . 


2 74 








2 74 


]N". 












Neal, Alonzo E., Boston, 


37 00 




74 






Newcomb, Edward, Boston, 


28 00 










Newcomb, John, Boston, 


13 85 








13 85 


Newhall, Geo. W., Boston, . 


5 40 








5 40 


Noble, Samuel J., Boston, . 


13 87 








13 87 


Noyes, Eliza C, Boston, 


13 23 










Nye, Thos., Littleton, Mass., 


4 50 










O. 












Oakman, Samuel, Boston, 


55 00 




1 10 






f». 












Parker, Estate of George, Boston, 


9 00 




18 






Palmer, George W., N. Scoughton, 


31 30 






93 




Paul, Ebenezer, Dedham, 


3 00 




06 






Perry, Granville, Boston, 


15 72 






30 




Peabody, Ephraim, Manchester, N. H., . 


14 08 










Pierce, John, Littleton, Mass., 


85 24 




1 70 






Peters, P. A., Trustee, Boston, 


37 00 




74 






Prescott, Mrs. S. E., N. Brunswick, 


• 28 50 








28 50 


Pike, Mary N., Boston, 


1 50 










Pratt, Laban, Nepon set, 


6 80 










Putnam, William N., New York, 


33 80 








33 80 


H. 












Radcliff, W. J., Roxbury, 


5 31 




10 






Ransom, C. A., Nantasket, . 


25 20 










Renton, heirs, Boston, 


5 00 










Rhodes, Albert H., Boston, 


24 36 






48 




Richard, Rueben A., Boston, 


343 70 




6 87 






Richards, W. B., Boston, 


249 84 








249 84 


Richard, Luther A., Boston, 


6 00 




12 






Rhodes, Anna W., Boston, . 


3 31 










Real Estate and Building Co., BoBton, 


2240 50 








2240 50 


Richardson, Margaret, Boston, 


2 75 








2 75 


Richardson, Lucretia, Boston, 


2 75 










Rogers, James, 2d, Boston, Wisconsin, . 


2 50 




05 






RobtQSon, B. F., Boston, 


47 13 










Ryan, Thos., Boston, . . . . 


24 00 










Ryan, Daniel et al., Roxbury, 

.8. 
Safford, Aaron H., Boston, . 


1 88 










143 19 










Sahlien, David H., New York, 


10 00 










Seaver, J. W., W. Roxbury, 


10 00 




20 






Seavey, Joseph, Boston, 


18 25 








18 25 


Shephard, James, Estate of, Dorchester, • 


3 50 










Sharp, James C, Dorchester, 


3 50 










Sharp, William C., Dorchester, 


3 50 










Sherburn, John E., Boston, 


26 00 








26 00 


Shaw, Oliver, Jamaica Plain, 


3 00 










Slade, James, Biddeford, Maine, . 


36 00 




72 







46 



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





Real 


Per- 


Dis- 


In- 


Un- 


NAME AND KJESIDENCE. 


Estate. 


sonal. 


count. 


terest. 


paid. 


Smith, Timothy, MiU Village, 


$1 00 
6 00 










Smith, Lewis E., Dedham, 




12 






Suyder, C. B., Boston, 


59 05 








$59 05 


Spaulding, Cyrus G., Boston, 


10 00 








Stauwood, H. A., Boston, 


11 65 




23 






Stanwood, H. S., Boston, 


11 60 








11 60 


Stevens, A. C, Kansas, 


3 00 








3 00 


.Stone, Mis. Jennie G., Boston, 


8 00 










Stevens, Elizabeth, Boston, . 


300 00 










Smithlield Manufacturing Co., Prov., 


874 50 


866 28 


34 82 






T. 












Taylor, S. A., North Cambridge, 


35 85 










Tacey, George, Boston, . . , 


2 35 




04 






Tebbet's, Mark, Boston, 


4 53 










Thayer, I. W., Quinoy, 


Igl 00 










Tileston & HoUiugsworth, Boston, 


750 00 


425 34 




11 75 




Tower, Isaac PI., Dedham, . 


29 52 










Tolman, James, Dorcliester, . 


40 09 




80 






Tolman, Natlil., Harrison square, . 


41 66 




83 






Thompson, Chas. H., IMattapan, 


20 00 




40 






Thompson, Asa, Mattapan, . 


60 00 




1 20 






Trefry et al., Dedham, 


13 83 








13 82 


Trescott, heirs of Eben., Boston, . 


75 










Tucker, heirs of Kathan, Milton, . 


22 87 




45 






Tucker, heirs of Dana, Milton, 


38 00 




76 






Tucker, Elijah, Milton, 


42 00 




84 






Tucker, Mrs. Timothy, Milton, 


6 00 




12 






Tufts, Nathinel, N. Weymouth, 


3 00 








3 00 


Tuttle, Geo. W., Littleton, . 


30 60 




60 






Tuxbury, G. W., Boston, 


36 60 






72 




V. 












Vertinot, Theo., Roxbury, . 


4 00 










Vose, Joshua, Milton, .... 


93 00 




1 86 






Vose, Robert, jr., Milton, 


30 00 








30 00 


^W. 












Wadsworth, Estate of Jason, Milton, 


22 50 




45 






Wainwright, John, Williamsburg, N. Y. . 


8 30 










White, A. S., Weymouth, 


11 32 










Whiting, Alvan, Clinton, Mass., 


7 50 




15 






Whiting, Joseph, heirs of, Dedham, 


3 00 






06 




"Williams, John J., Boston, . 


22 40 




44 






Willey, Clias. G., Peabody, . 


10 44 




20 






Willey, Mai-y Ann, Peabody, 


2C 88 




41 






Willey, Jonas, Estate of, Peabody, 


8 40 




16 






Worcester, Mary J., Boston, 


5 40 








5 40 


Wyman, H. B., Peabody, 


10 44 








10 44 


Weenian, Wm. E., W. Roxbury, . 


8 25 










White, James C, Milton, 


745 16 








745 16 


White, E. P., New York. 


48 00 




96 







47 



POLL TAX PAYEES. 



Adken, David W. 
AJiley, Henry W. 
Angell, Auios 
Angell, David* 
Angell, Moses C* 
Andrews, W. H. H. 
Andrews, George 
Arnold, Henry K\* 
Armstrong, J ohn 

Atherton, 

Ayer, Thomas 



Baker, J. K. L. 
Baker, Frank* 
Barden, Michael 
Bass, G. W. 
Barnes, E. S. 
Barney, James B. 
Barrett, T. W.* 
Barrett, William 
Barnard, Charles 
Barry, David 
Barry, Patrick 
Barlow, John* 
Barney, Robert* 
Bayley, Thomas 
Bates, Peter* 
Baldwin, Prank 
Bemis, Geo]'ge P.* 
Benson, S. E.* 
Berry, B. P. 
Best, E. S. 
Bigelow James R. 
Birchmore, J. W. 
Blanchard, J. C. 
Blee, Harry, 
Blee, John* 
Bonney, James E.* 
Boweu, A. G.* 
Bonner, .William* 
Boyce, Henry 
Butler Henry* 
Baker, Thomas 
Bowers, James* 
Bradbury, W. C. 
Brown, Samuel* 
Brown, W. H.* 
Brooks, Wm.* 
Bretton, W. T. 
Broderick, Lnwrence* 
Broderick, John* 
Bradt, Isaac M. 
Burnett, Marshall P. 
Butler, C. H. 
Butler, G. H. 
Bunker, C. B.* 
Barrows, Michael* 
Bunton, Henry S. 
Burns, Timothy* 
Blackstone, Stephen 
Blake, Charles W. 
Bashlot, Henry 
Burns, JohnB. 



Ball, Nahum 
Burke, John* 



Camplbell, G. P. 
Cafln, Prancis 
Carter, Charles 
Carlton, Charles 
Carr, Bdward* 
Carter, Michael 
Costello, Michael 
Carlyle, John* 
Cassady, Patrick* 
Cahill, Patrick 
Callahan, Dennis* 
Calif, G. Everett 
Chadbourue, John 
Chandler, B. J. 
Chadbourn, Walter 
Childes, George 
Childes, Isaac 
Chickering, Milton 
Choate, Geo. W. 
Clementson, John 
Clementson, Z.C.* 
Clark, Timothy 
Clapp, P. C. 
Cleary, Thos. 
Clafty, Kearn 
Clapp, E.T.* 
Clapp, Albert E. 
Clancy, John 
Corniff, Luke* 
Coleman, William* 
Cooper, William H, 
Collins, Frank H.* 
Conniff, Dennis* 
Cornice, Allen* 
Connors, Peter 
Conuoly, ytephen 
Connoly, James 
Cooper, Joseph 
Colburn, Charles E. 
Conroy, Patrick 
Cottle, P. R.* 
Cowdry, Dysander* 
Cousser, William* 
Connors, Dennis 
Collins, Dennis P. 
Copley, Jerry* 
Cochran, Luke 
Connor, AVilliam 
Connor, Michael* 
Connor, Michael, 3d* 
Collamore, Samuel* 
Cox, Hugh 
Cox, Patrick 
Crocker, Alden 
Crankshire, David 
Crane, Thomas 
Crowley, Jerry* 
Crane, Prank 
Crowley, Dennis 
Cripps, W. A. 
Crowley, John* 



Curtis, Henry 
Culleu, Thomas* 
Cummings, F. J. 
Cummings, S. R.* 
Cummings, Prank S.* 
Cunningham, John* 
Chicks, Freeman 

Davin, Matthew* 
Dagon, John* 
Dairy, William* 
Damon, Roscoe 
Daniels, Amos S.* 
Darbey, John* 
Davis, Chas. G. 
Davis, Andrew W. 
Denton, Chas. M.* 
Dennerson, John J. 
Deering, David* 

De Wolf, * 

Dexter, J. P., Jr.* 
Dickey, Henry* 
Disher, Joseph 
Dodge, Charles* 
Dogan, John 
Doyle. Michael* 
Dolan, Hugh* 
Dolan, James* 
Donnegau, Dennis* 
Donnegan, David* 
Donnelly, John* 
Donnelly, Patrick 
Dounovan, Wm.* 
Dow, David* 
Dooley, William* 
Dorr, James 
Downing, T, J. 
Dresser, B. H. 
DriscoU, John* 
Dugan, Michael 
Dugan, John* 

Dunham, * 

Dunn, Wm. 
Downey, Michael 

Eaton, Robert 
Eaton, Chas. W. 
Eastman, P. L. 
Bsteys, Louis 
Bagan, Wm. 
Bagan, Wm., 2d* 
Elwell, Wm,* 
Elwell, J. W. 
Ells, Chas.* 
Ellis, Chas. J. 
Ellis, G. R. 
Ellis, Arthur P. 
Emory, A. J. 
English, John* 
Easterbrook, Prank* 

F 
Faunce, Thos. E. 
Fairfield, Chas. 



48 



POLL TAX FAYERS— (Continued.) 



Fallon, James 
Farreii, Michael* 
Faulkner, James* 
Fechau, James 
Fernald, James* 
Femald, John 
Feunesy, James 
Fennell, Wm. 
Ferguson, Henry* 
Fitts, D. B. 
Fitts.Chas. F. 
Finley, Thos. 
Fessendeu, A.* 
Fitzgerald, Thos.* 
Fitzgerald, James 
Fitzgerald, Robert* 
Fisher, Andrew 
Fisher, Lewis* 
Field, Thos. G. 
Fillebrown, Chas. E. 
Flynn, Martin 
Freeman, Otis 
Flitner, Wm.* 
Flitner, Martin* 
Foley, Malachi 
Foley, James 
Foley, John* 
Flinn^3Iai-tin, 2d 
Fox, Owen 
Fox, E.* 
Fox, Tom.* 
French, Thomas* 
Fogg, Luther B.* 
Fouter, Wm. C* 
Follen, Michael 
Fratenburg, Morris 

G 
Gunn, George* 
Gay, Richard A., 
Geddis, Wm.* 
Gage, Dan'l* 
Galvin, John ■ 
Galviu, James* 
Gately, John 
Gately, Thomas 
Gannon, Michael 
Garricli, Andrew* 
Getchell, R. C* 
Getchell, A. C* 
Gero, David 
Gero, Jeremiah 
Getrath, Fred 
Gilman, Charles 
Giles, George* 
Giles, A. W. 
Gilson, W. W. 
Gibbons, Martin 
Gilbert, Joseph* 
Glispen, James 
Glispen, James, Jr. 
Glispen, Thomas 
Glispeu, Charles 
Gleason, Jerry 
Glover, John 
Gould, J* 
Gorman, Morris 
Gorman, Dauiel* 
Goodhue, John C. 
Greenlow, James P. 
Greenlow, W. T. 
Grant, John, 2d* 
Grant, Peter 
Grant, Wm.,2d 
Grant, John, 3d* 
Grant, Henry 



Grant, William, 3d 
Gridley, Geo. F. 
Gridley, Wm. A. 
Gray, Wm. A. 
Gray, O. T. 
Gritlin, Michael 
Graham, Thos.* 
Griflinson, Stephen* 
Greenwood, Albert 
Gulliver, Thos.* 

H 

Hardy, Jeff* 
Hardy, Henry C* 
Hardy, B. H.* 
Harrington, Pat. J. 
Harris, Alfred* 
Hamrock, Henry 
Hawley, Chas. F. 
Haskell, F. J.* 
Hamilton, Edward* 
Hamilton, J. J.* 
Hamilton, Horace* 
Harlow, Philander 
Hatch, Chauncey C* 
Haskell, W. B.* 
Hayes, J. M. 
Hayes, John 3d* 
Hall, Stephen* 
Hastings, Franklin 
Haskins, Samuel 
Haskins, Peleg* 
Harter, Geo. C* 
Harter, John C 
Hanscomb, Jacob 
Hanscomb, George 
Haney, John 
Hartley, William* 
Hayes, Dan.* 
Heustes, W. H. 
Hebbard, H. N.* 
Henderson, Robt. 
Henderson, James 
Hepburn, James* 
Henry, Jacob 
Heslop, James* 
Heslop, Henry* 
Higgins, Thomas 
Hilburn, S.D. 
Hilton, Isaac 
Hilton, Warren W.* 
Hickey, David 
Hill, Hamilton A. 
Humphrey, C. R. 
Hunt, H. P. 
Hunt, Charles 
Hogan, Martin* 
Holt, John C* 
Holland, Michael* 
Hodges, Addison* 
Howe, Thomas 
Howland, Stephen 
Hobart, Frank 
Plobart, E. G. 
Howe, Patrick 
Holan, John 
Hobart, Moses 
Howland, Hobart 
Homer, Joseph 
Hollway, Samuel 
Holmes, T. C. 
Holmes, Wm. 
Howland, Charles* 
Hosmer, William 
Hamilton, Adam 



Hunt, Henry* 
Hawkins, Zadoc 
Hogan, Patrick 
Holmes, Anthony 
Holmes, John 
Hollis, Charles . 



Insily, Alexander* 
Ireland, Corydon 



James, George 
Jacobs, Charles 
Jenkins, Henry 
Jewell, Charles 
Joice, John 

Jones, * 

Jones, Price 
Jordan, Edward 
Jordan, Stephen* 
Jordan, William 
Johnston, John 

Johnston, * 

Johnston, James 

It 

Kendall, E. A. 
Kendall, Chas. 
Kennedy, James* 
Kelley, Michael* 
Kelley, Patrick 
Kelley, John 
Kelley, John, 2d* 
Kelley, Archy 
Kenney, Thomas 
Keeuan, Thomas* 
Keef, Patrick* 
Keef, Thomas 
Keef, Timothy,* 
Keith, Patrick* 
Kirk, Thomas 
Kennedy, William 
Kemiedy, Michael 



Lawson, James D. 
Lawson, T. E. 
Lafferty, Michael* 
Lamon, John* 
Lahy, Michael 
Ladd, Artemus 
Lanicon, Robert 
Lavinder, Thos.* 
Lary, John* 
Lane, John 
Lane, Edward 
Leonard Chas. F. 
Leonard, Martin 
Lewis, James 
Lee, Harry 
Lewey, Charles* 
Lennou, John 
Lecain, Wm.* 
Lewis, James* 
Lewis, Frank* 
Lincoln, Erastus 
Locke, W. H. 
Lowe, James* 
Loftus, Michael 
Luce, D. W., Jr. 
Luther, E. 



49 



POLL TAX FAYERS— (Continued.) 



Lyons, Maurice 
Lyons, Edward 
Long, W. D. 
Lee, Michael 

IMC 
Macomber, W. W. 
MacGovern, James 
Mai'tin, James 
Mather, Michael 
Mahony, J. b\ 
Mahouy, John* 
Mahouey, Cornelius 
Mahoney, Dennis 
Mansou, John* 
Marsdou, John 
Mansier, Henry 
Maloney, James 
Maloney, Thos. 
Macrae, Joseph W.* 
Mair, Samuel 
Marsh, Georg-e 
McCarty , Campbell* 
McCarty, Mike 
McGowan, Patrick 
McGowan, Thos.* 
McGowan, Andrew 
McKinsey, Roderick* 
McLane," Frank 
McCowler, Larry 
McGraw, Alexander 
McGlynn, Thomas* 
McDonald, Joseph* 
McDonald, Patrick 
McDonald, John* 
McDonald, Peter 
McNabb, Joseph 
McGiunis, John 
McGinnis, John, 2d* 
Mclnnis, Edward* 
McLennon, Patrick* 
McLoud, John 
McAulifif, John 
McCormick, Patrick* 
Merrill, Elisha 
Mer]-ill, Rufns H.* 
Mead, Garrett, 
Mercer, George 
Mercer, Thomas 
Mercer, J. W. 
Mead, John* 

Milton, * 

Murphy, Joseph 
Morse, Manley 
Morse, S. H. 
Monogan, Patrick 
Monroe, Joseph 
Monogau, John, 2d 
Morse, Edwin 
Morehau, Martin 
Morrison, Elisha 
Murray, Robert 
Murray, Alexander 
Murphy, William 
Murphy, Timothy 
Murphy, Edward* 
MuUady, Robert- 
McGorman, Wm. 
McGraw, William 
McLellou, Peter 
Murray, Thomas* 
McDonough, Martin 
McGovern, James 

IN" 
Newcomb, Charles 
Newton, James 



Nelligan, Dennis* 
Nickerson, Franklin L. 

Nickerson 

Nihn, John* 
Nightingale, Wm. A. 
Noyes, George E. 
Noyes, H. A. 
Nolan, Michael* 
Noyes, Frank* 

O 

O'Brien, Daniel 
O'Brien Daniel, 2d 
O'Connell, John 
O'Connell, William 
O'Donnell, Alexander 
O'Leary, Patrick 
O'Maley, M. 
O'Kief, Francis* 
Olliver, M. M. 
Ormsby, C. H. 
Otes, L.* 
Oliver Thomas* 
Ofley, Robert 

F 

Parrott,G. B.* 
Palmer, Henry* 
Patridge, Geo. E. 
Patterson, William* 
Perry, Fred. 
Perry, Alfred 
Perry, Joseph M. 
Pepper, Jerome B. 

Perkins, * 

Perrigo, Oscar 
Peters, Bruno 
Phelps, Henry 
Phillips, Benj. 
Pierce, Frank S. 
Pierce, Charles F. 
Pomford, Adam 
Pollis, Newall* 

Powers, * 

Powers, David* 
Pratt, E. E. 
Price, F. J. 
Price, William 
Priug, William 
Preston, Herbert 
Prichard, Augustus* 
Piper, John B. 

<^ 

Qualey, Wm. 
Quinn, Richard* 
Quirk, James 

lEl 

Rand, David C. 
Raymond, Lorenzo 
Reed, John* 
Reed, Henry F. 
Reynolds, George* 
Ready, Patrick 
Rhodes, Charles D. 
Rhodes, Lyman 
Rich, C. W.* 
Richardson, W. 
Richardson , John 
Rivers, Isaac* 
Riley, Michael S, 
Routley, Henry 
Rogers, Michael, 2d 
Rogers, George A.* 



Roundy, R. S. 
Roundy, William E. 
Rooney, Edwards, 3d 
Rooney, Andrew 
Rooney, Lawrence* 
Robbins, John 
Roach, Arthur* 
Rooney, James 
Rowland, J. F. 
Robinson, Thomas* 
Rourke, John* 
Russell, Patrick 
Rnssell, John 
Russell, Rufus 
Russell, George L. 
Rollins, Jasper A. 
Rollins, Henry S. 
Rollins,, Arthur D. 
Rollins, Elisha E. 
Rollins, Joseph S. 
Rooney, James 
Rooney, Patrick, 2d 
Rafter, Andrew 

Sank, John* 
Sanford, O. N.* 
Stack, John 
Schofield, JohnL.* 
Schofield, Henry* 
Schofield, Joseph 
Schofield, Joseph, 2d 
Scott, John W. 
Scott, James 
Sears, H. G. O. 
Sears, L. T. 
Sears, William* 
Sears, William H.* 
Sebastian, Thomas* 
Setchell, E. H. 
Sherman, James H., 2d* 
Shea, John* 
Shea, William 
Sheridan, Daniel 
Sharrock, Thomas* 
Smith, George F. 
Small, Francis 
Small, Thomas F. 
Soule, John A. 
Soule, John 
Spellon, Michael* 

Spencer, 

Spring, Andrew 
Sprague, Wm. F. 
Steamberg, T. W. 

Stanton, * 

Stetson, Andrew* 
Stevens, J. W.* 
Stark, Clifton C. 
Stark, Henry C. 
Stocking, George 
Sullivan, John* 
Sullivan, John, 2d 
Sullivan, Lawrence 
Sullivan, Michael 
Sumner, T. F. 
Sumner, W. F. 
Sumner, Edmund 
Swan , J ohn 
Sweney, Timothy 
Sweet, Fred R. 
Sweetser, Wm. 
Shea, B. 
Stack, John 
Sumner, Jabez 
Saunders, D. W. 



50 



POLL TAX TAXERS—aContinued.) 



Scates, J. C. 


TT 


Wiley, Oscar 


Stevens, E. F. 




Wiley, Geo. N. 




Warren, Geo. B. 


Wilder, T. S. 


T 


Walker, E. Rice 


Wright, A. H. 




Wass, S. L.* 


Woodard, E. T.* 


Taylor, Chas. 


Waldron, E. E. 


Wood, William 


Tarrant, Geo. M. 


Weld, Charles S. 


Wood, John* 


Thayer, Geo. H. 


Weld, Charles H. 


Wood, Isaac* 


Thayer, T. G. 


Westcott, Edwin 


Wood, James W.* 


Thnrber, S. 


Welch, Lewis 


Wilder, * 


Timpson, Thos. 


Welch, Patrick* 


Wilder, Joshua 


Toole, Patrick 


Welch, Thomas 


Wiggins, Geo.* 


Townsend, Hiram 


Welch, Michael, 2d 


Wiggins, Geo., 2d 


Town, James 


Went worth, Bradford H. 


Wright, D. H.* 


Tracy, Patrick 


Wheaton, Marchant 


Winterbottom, John 


Troy, Michael 


Whiting, Josiah B.* 


Wilkins, Joseph 


Tupper, A. B. 


White, Chas. A., Jr. 


Wilson, Hosea 


Tuck, J. W, 


White, Matthew 


Wilson, Gloward 


TurnbuU, John 


White, John 


Wilkins, Geo. P.* 




Whiting, Geo. W. 


Willard, Henry L. 


U 


Whitcher, Geo. A.* 


Willard, James* 




Whitcroft, George* 


West, Freeman 


Upham, George 


Willey, Geo. E. 





* Unpaid. 



REPORT 



BOAED OF ENGINEERS 



FIKE DEPARTMENT. 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF ENGINEERS 



Engineer's Oeeicb, ? 

Hyde Park, Januavy 16th, 1871. S 

To the Honorable Board of Selectmen of Hyde Park, — Gen- 
tlemen : This being the close of the financial year of our town, 
we herewith submit for your consideration our first report : — 

, At the annual election of town officers in March last we were 
re-elected to the office of Fire Wards, there being no organized 
Fire Department in the town. At the April meeting an appi-o- 
priation of three thousand dollars was made for the purpose of 
providing some kind of apparatus to be used in case of fire. 
The Fire "Wards with the Selectmen were appointed a Commit- 
tee to take charge of this matter ; it was several weeks after 
our appointment before we were called together as a committee. 
We do not propose here to give a report of this joint commit- 
tee, but to give a detailed statement of the operations of the 
Department, including its organization, list of fires and alarms 
during the year, the loss and insurance on the same, with the 
causes of fire as far as determined, list of the members of the 
different companies, the property belonging to this Department, 
the location of reservoirs and other places where water can be 
obtained in case of fire, an estimate for the cost of maintaining 
the Department for the next year. 

ORGANIZATION. 

Very soon after our election as Fire Wards it became appar- 
ent, as the town was about obtaining engines and other fire ap- 
paratus, that the Department should be fully organized, as pro- 
vided for in the General Statutes. No steps, however, were ta- 
ken in this direction till after the great fire at Thompson's lum- 
ber yard in September. After tliis fire a petition was present- 
ed to your honorable body, asking you to appoint suitable per- 
sons as "engineers. Upon this petition you appointed the Fire 
Wards a Board of Engineers. After receiving notice of our 
appointment, we, on the 13th of September, organized b^^ the 



election of G. B. Parrott as Chief, F. A. Eastoii and E. P. Da- 
vis, Assistants, and F. A. Easton, Clerk of the Board. 

Immediately after organizing we gave notice that we were 
ready to receive names for membership in the different compa- 
nies to be formed to take charge of the new apparatus. These 
companies have been folly organized, and are in readiness to 
take charge of the apparatus as soon as the engine-house can be 
finished, giving us a place for depositing the same. The law 
requried of us to prepare suitable rules and regulations for the 
government of the Department. We have given to this subject 
much thought and time, and submitted the same for acceptance 
at the town meeting held on November 8th, at which meeting 
the}^ were unanimously adopted. It was hardly to be supposed 
that in preparing so long a list of regulations that they would 
be perfect in every respect. We find the rule whereby none but 
voters were allowed to become members of the Department is 
preventing a number of very desirable men from joining the De- 
partment. We shall, therefore, have to ask the town to so far 
amend this rule as to have it read "tax-payers" in place of 
voters. 

The Department as fully organized at this time consists of 
one Steam Fire Engine Company, one Hook and Ladder Com- 
pany, one Hose Company, and one Steward. 

ENGINES. 

The town being entirely destitute of engines at the time of 
the fire at the Woolen Mill, the Committee having this matter 
in charge, upon application to the Messrs. Cole Brothers, the 
contractors for the building of one of our steamers, were gra- 
tuitouslj^ furnished with the use of their relief steamer "Shoo 
Fly, ;" and we are under great obligations to these gentleman for 
so promptly answering our call at a time when fires were so nu- 
merous with us. This engine did good service at the fire of Mr. 
Hammond's house, on the 24th of December, and proved con- 
clusively the value of a steam department for a town like ours, 
where it would have been impossible to have obtained men 
enough to manage a hand engine. 

The first steamer for the Department was delivered to the 
town on December 28th. The following is the result of the 
trial had on the 31st : — 

Trial JDecember 31, 1870. — Fire started 1.10 p.m. ; 4 minutes after 
lighting fire the steam-guage had not moved ; at 6 m. had 5 pounds, 



of steam; 8 m., 20 lbs., and engine started 12 m,, with 30 pounds of 
steam ; 14 m., 40 pounds of steam and 60 pounds of water pressure ; 
15 m., 45 pounds of steam, 70 water; 16 m., 60 pounds of steam, 80 of 
water; 16 1-2, 80 pounds of steam, 100 of water, and commenced 
throwing water; 17 m., 90 pounds of steam, 120 of water; 20 m., 88 
pounds of steam, 110 of water; 20 1-2 m., 96 pounds of steam, 120 of 
water; 21 m., 90 pounds of steam, 125 of water; 21 1-2 m., 100 pounds 
of steam, 130 of water; 22 m., 80 pounds of steam, 90 of water. End 
of first trial. Played through 200 feet 2 1-2 inch hose, one inch nozzle, 
with the wiud; distance 190 feet, horizontal. 

Second Trial. — Having stopped three minutes, started with 90 pounds 
of steam ; 1 m., 90 pounds of steam, 135 of water; 3 m., 90 pounds of 
steam, 170 of water; 5 m., 100 pounds of steam, 190 of water; 7 m., 
85 pounds of steam, 100 pounds of water; 13 m., 5 pounds of steam, 
110 of water; 15 m., 100 pounds of steam, 90 of water; 20m., 80 
pounds of steam, 90 of water. The second trial lasted 20 minutes ; 
played through two lines of hose, each two hundred feet in length, 2 
3-4 inch streams, one with the wind and one against the wind ; dis- 
tance with the wind, 138 feet; horizontal against the wind, 119 feet. 

Third Trial. — Started on 88 pounds of steam ; 1 minute, 80 pounds of 
steam, 60 of water; 2 m., 75 pounds of steam, 80 of water; 3 m., 75 
pounds of steam, 90 of water; 5 m., 75 pounds of steam, 120 of water; 
6 minuteb, 75 pounds of steam, 100 of water; 7 minutes, 80 pounds of 
steam, 100 of water; 9 minutes, 75 pounds of steam, 120 of water; 
10 minutes, steam dropped to 65 pounds with 90 pounds of water 
pressure ; at this point relief cock was closed, and at 16 minutes had 105 
pounds of steam; 17m., 95 pounds of steam, 100 pounds of water 
pressure; 18 m., 100 pounds of steam, 120 of water; 19 m., 95 pounds 
of steam, 150 of water ; 20 m., 80 pounds of steam, 150 water. 

This trial was through a line of 900 feet of hose ; up an incline of 
sixty feet, through a one inch pipe ; stream 102 feet, horizontal. 

Fourth Trial. — Started on 98 pounds steam, 110 pounds water pres- 
sure; 2 m., 100 pounds steam, 120 of water; 3 m., 110 pounds of 
steam, 140 of water; 4 m., 115 pounds steam, 140 of water; 5 m., 100 
pounds steam, 160 of water; 6 m., 80 pounds steam, 120 of water. 

This trial was through a line of 1000 feet of hose, with an inch pipe ; 
vertical stream on tower of church, and was estimated to be 116 feet. 

Fifth and Last Trial. — Started on 110 pounds steam ; 1 m., 110 pounds 
steam, 188 of water; 2 m., 90 pounds steam, 175 of water; 2 1-2 m., 85 
pounds steam, 180 of water; 3 m., 85 pounds steam, 180 of water; 5 
m., 80 pounds steam, 160 water pressure. 

This trial was through a single line of one hundred feet of hose ; 3-4 
inch nozzle ; horizontal stream with the wind, 185 feet. 

All these trials were under the direction of the Engineers and Com- 
mittee of the Fire Department, and the machine worked by the build- 
ers. The steam and water pressure was taken by Mr. Twitchell, of 
the Committee, the direction of the streams by the Chief Engineer, 
and the measurements of distances by the Board of Engineers. 



HYDE PARK No. 1 



STEAM FIRE ENGINE. 




This engine was built by Cole Brothers of Pawtucket, class 4. , 
it is a single vertical engine ; steam cylinder, 7 3-4 inches ; 
pump, 4 3-8 inches in diameter ; 8 inch stroke ; boiler, 30 inches 
in diameter. The weight of this engine, without water, fuel» 
or hose carriage, is 4360 pounds. 



NAMES OF OFFICERS. 

H. A. DARLING, 
W. H. COOPER, . 
FRANK E. CUTTER, . 
WM. U. FAIRBAIRN, 
G. HODGES, . 
ALMOND PERKINS, 



Foreman. 

Assistant Foreman. 

Cleric. 

Engineman. 

Assistant Engineman. 

Fireman. 



Hosemen — T. J. Downey, F. E. Boynton, E. E. Rollins, 
R. T. Rollins, Henry B. Terry, John Piper. 

Members — Geo. E. Sherman, "Wm. T. Thacher, Thos. French, 
James W. Bean, J. A. Rollins, Peter McClellan, J. F. Ross, 
Charles H. Ormsby, Luther S. Fogg, Thos. H. Donnelly, 
R. P. Moseley. 



PAEROTT HOOK AND LADDER No. 1. 




This carriage was built by N. B. Wbittier of Hyde Park ; is 
constructed to carry one fifty foot splice-ladder, one forty foot 
splice-ladder, one twenty, one twenty-five, and one eighteen 
foot roof-ladders, one twenty, and one sixteen foot common 
ladders, two fire-hooks, three plaster-rakes, three crotch-poles, 
two pitch-forks, crow-bar, wrenches, hammers, dogs, hose-ropes, 
&c., &c. The weight of this apparatus, as drawn to fire, is 
only 2245 pounds, and it can be readily drawn around town, 
with the exception of Fairmount district, without the aid of 
horses. 



NAMES OF OFFICERS. 



N. B. WHITTIER, 
A. GREENWOOD, 
GEO. F. SMITH, 



Foreman. 

Assistant Foreman. 

Clerk. 



Members — L. H. Russell, R. G. Elkins, T. W. Steamberg, 
Frank Greenwood, Chas. F. Leonard, W. E. Roundy, J. W 
Towner, Chas. Taylor, Wm, T. Britton, Alonzo F. Parry, 
Arthur Ellis, Wm. Pring. 



INDEPENDENT HOSE No. 3. 




The apparatus belonging to this Company consists of one 
four-wheeled hose-carriage, built by Hunneman & Co., of Rox- 
bury ; will carry 800 to LOOO feet of leather hose, two blunder- 
buss pipes, two axes. 



NAMES OF OFFICERS. 

L. T. SEARS, ..... Foreman. 
E. P. SIMPSON, . . . Assistant Foreman. 

MERRILL UNDERHILL, . . . Clerk. 

Hosemen — D. M. Easton, G-eo. E. Noyes, M. M. Lane, 
D. E. Hunt, T. B. Clary, E. J. Chandler, J. Hilton, Goo. Cheney, 
W. W. Fowler, H. B. Briggs, Frank Shepard, F. Brigham, 
Frank Rollins. 



LIST OF FIEES IN HYDE PARK, 

From January 15, 1870, to January 15, 1871. 



August 3 — At Thompson's Lumber Yard. Loss $14,000. 
Insurance $2,000. Cause of fire, unknown. 

August 7 — Waste picker room at Hyde Park "Woolen Mill. 
Loss $900. Fully insured. Cause of fire, accidental. 

August 10 — Tenement house near coal sheds. Loss trifling. 
Cause, defective flue. 

August 15 — Tenement house near coal sheds. Loss trifling 
Cause, defective flue. 

November 17— Hyde Park Woolen Mill. Loss $15,000. 
Fully insured. Cause of fire, accidental. 

November 20 — Stable connected with the dwelling-house of 
John Island. Incendiary fire. Loss $400. Fully insured. 

November 27 — Chas. A. White's dwelling-house. Incendiary 
fire. Loss $200. No insurance. 

December 2 — Shed near Damon school-house. Incendiary 
fire. 

December 24 — Dwelling-house owned by Thos. Hammond. 
Loss $4000. Insurance $3000, Cause of fire, smoking hams. 



PROPERTY BELONGING TO DEPARTMENT. 



Land, 18,000 feet, Central Park avenue. 

Engine house. 

Reservoir, Central Park avenue. 

Reservoir, West street. 

One steam fire engine. 

One four-wheeled hose carriage. 

One two-wheeled hose carriage. 

One hook and ladder carriage, complete. 

One fuel-wagon. 

One harness. 

Nineteen hundred and fifty feet of hose, new, in perfect order. 

Two blunderbuss pipes. 

Two fire axes. 

Nineteen fire hats. ' . 

Nine spanner belts. 

Eighteen spanners. 

Two hose straps. 

Twelve hose lines. 

Six bursting straps. 

One hundred department badges. 

Die for forming badges. 

Furniture in engine house. 

Twelve stable pails. 

Six fire extinguishers. 

Eighteen charges for extinguishers. 

Twenty blocks for hose tower« 

Nineteen halliards, for hoisting hose. 

Three thermometers. 

Thirty gallon boiler. 

Cook stove, complete. 

Two oil cans. 

Large feather duster. 

Two dust brushes. 

One floor brush. 

•One coal hod. 

Three large tin pans. 

Three mammoth spit-boxes. 

Six small spit-boxes. 

Twelve dozen spoons. 

Nine dozen tin cups. 

Two coal shovels. 

Three sponges. 



10 



LIST OF FROF^KIY— (Continued.) 

One shovel. 
One pick-axe. 
One chopping-uxe. 
One claw hammer. 
Two gimblets. 
One wood saw. 
One saw horse. 



'^laccs zvhcre Water can he obtained in case of h irc. 



Reservoir, Central Park avenue. 

Reservoir, West street. 

Neponset river, near Haskell's mill. 

Neponset River, near red bridge. 

Neponset river, Fairmonnt avenue bridge. 

Neponset river, near foot bridge. 

Mother Brook, near Vise Factory. 

Mother Brook, Central Park avenue bridge. 

Pond, Dana avenue. 

Sprague Pond. 

Mill Pond at Smithfield factory. 

Stony Brook and Gordon avenue. 

Stony Brook and Beaver street. 

Stony Brook, West street. 



Estimate of the Cost of Maintaining the De^partnient 
for the next year. 



It is impossible for us to give an exact estimate of what it 
will cost to maintain the Department during the coming year, 
but from the best information we can obtain from the experience 
of other towns, we have to ask for an appropriation of $1500 ; 
this, we think, will be sufficient to pa^^the wages of the steward, 
lights, fuel, and the incidental expenses of the Department. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

G. B. PARROTT, Chief Engineer. 

E. P. DAVIS, Asst. Engineer. 

F. A. EASTON, Asst. Engineer. 



EULES AND KEGULATIONS. 



Organization. — The Fire Department sTiall consist of a Chief 
Engineer, not less than two nor more than four Assistant Engineers, 
and of as many Foremen, Enginemen, Hosemen, and Hook and 
Ladder men, and other persons, who shall be divided into compan- 
ies, as the number of engines and the number and quantity of 
other fire apparatus belonging to the Town shall from time to time 
require. 

Engines. — Every Steam Engine Company shall have an Engine- 
man, to be appointed by the Board of Engineers, Firemen and 
Driver, Foreman, Assistant Foreman, Clerk, seven Hosemen, and 
twenty-five other members. 

Hose Carriages. — Each two-wheeled Hose Carriage Company 
shall have a Foreman, Assistant Foreman, Clerk, and seven Hose- 
men ; and each four-wheeled Carriage seven additional Hosemen. 

Hook and Ladder Carriage. — Each Hook and Ladder Company 
shall have a Foreman, Assistant Foreman, Clerk, three Axemen, 
three Rakemen, and sixteen members. 

By-Laws. — The different companies comprising the Hyde Park 
Fire Department shall have the power to impose fines for tardiness 
at roll-call, and to adopt such By-Laws for their government as 
they may see fit, subject to the approval of the Engineers. 

Membership. — 1. No person under twenty-one years of age, and 
no person who is not a legal voter, shall be an ofiieer or member 
of the Fire Department. 

2. All applications for membership in any of the companies shall 
be made at a regular monthly meeting, balloted for, and, if elected, 
the Clerk of the Company shall forward the name to the Board of 
Engineers for their approval, and if approved, shall then become 
a member of the Department after signing agreement to be depos- 
ited with the Board of Engineers. 

3. Every ofiieer and member of the Fire Department shall sign 
the following agreement, to be deposited with the Board of En- 
gineers : — 

" I, , having been elected and approved a member of the 

Hyde Park Fire Department, hereby signify my agreement to abide 
by all the rules and regulations of the Board of Engineers relating 
thereto." 

And any officer or member who shall neglect or refuse to sign 

(11) 



12 

the same for the space of one week, shall not become a member of 
the Department. 

4. Any ofla.cer or member of the Fire Department who shall wil- 
fully neglect or refuse to perform his duty, or shall be guilty 
of disorderly conduct or disobedience to his superiors in office, 
shall for such offence be dismissed from the Department. 

5. Neither the members nor the officers of any of the companies 
shall assemble in any house belonging to the Department, except 
for the purpose of taking out the engine or other apparatus, and 
returning the same to the house, and taking the necessary care 
thereof after its return. 

6. Every person who shall have served in the Hyde Park Fire 
Department for Ave successive years shall be entitled to receive a 
certificate, become an honorary member, and be entitled to wear 
the badge of the Department. 

CoMPAXY MEETiNas. — Every company shall hold regular month- 
ly meetings. The Foreman shall preside at all meetings ; in his 
absence the Assistant Foreman, and in the absence of both, the 
Clerk shall preside. 

Election of Officers. — The officers of each company shall be 
elected annually, or whenever a vacancy occurs, by the members 
of the respective companies, from among their own number, and 
a return of the same made to the Board of Engineers ; and in case 
of rejection by them, the name of the person so rejected shall be 
returned to the company, and the members thereof shall select an- 
other person for approval. 

Steward. — 1. The Board of Engineers shall appoint for each 
steam engine house, one suitable person as Steward, and define 
his duties, who shall be permanently employed, and who shall at 
all times be in or about the engine house ; and he shall receive such 
compensation as the town may vote to pay. 

2. The Board of Engineei'S, whenever in their judgment it may 
be expedient, may permit to stay or sleep in the engine house, one 
or more members of the same company in addition to the Steward* 

Engineman. — The Englneman shall be under the direction of 
the Board of Engineers; he shall have the sole care of his engine 
and all property thereto belonging. He shall be held personally 
responsible for the care and good order of the engine, and shall 
work and manage the same, and see that it is at all times in con- 
dition for immediate use. He shall be accountable for the proper 
performance of all duties required of his assistants, firemen and 
driver, and in case of any neglect or delinquency on their part, 
shall report the same to the Chief Engineer. He shall receive 
such compensation as the town may vote to pay. 

Assistant Engineman and Driver. — The Englneman shall, with- 
in one week after his appointment, hand in to the Board of En- 
gineers the names of one or more suitable persons as assistants 



13 

and firemen, and if approved by the Board, shall receive a certifi- 
cate of appointment. 

Horses, — For the purpose of conveying the engines and other 
apparatus to and from fires, the Engineers may oflFer premiums for 
suitable horses that may be offered, not to exceed three dollars for 
the first and two for the second. 

Badges. — 1. The engineers, officers, and members of the several 
companies, shall, when on duty, wear such badges or insignia as 
the Board of Engineers shall from time to time direct, to be fur- 
nished at the expense of the town, and no other person shall be per- 
mitted to wear the same. 

2. Any member who loses his badge shall use the utmost dili- 
gence to recover it, and in case of failure he shall pay the full 
value of it. 

3. No member shall lend his badge under any pretext whatever, 
under penalty of dismissal from the Department. 

Fires 1. — The officers and members of the several companies 
shall, whenever a fire breaks out in town, repair to the .place of 
the fire with their respective engines, hose, hook and ladder 
carriages, and other apparatus, in as orderly a manner as may be, 
according to the directions, if any be given, of the Board of En- 
gineers, and exert themselves, in the most orderly and efficient 
manner possible, in working and managing the said apparatus, and 
performing any duty that they may be called upon to do by any En- 
gineer ; and upon the order of the Chief or other Engineer they 
shall return said apparatus, in an orderly and quiet manner, to 
their respective places of deposit ; provided, that in the absence of 
all the Engineers, such direction may be given by the respective 
Foremen. 

2. In the absence of all the Engineers, the Foreman of each en- 
gine shall direct the placing of his engine at a suitable place to ob- 
tain a supply of water, and have charge and direction of the hose 
and hosemen ; and the foremen of each hose company or hook and 
ladder company shall have charge of the apparatus belonging to 
his company, and the direction thereof. The foreman of every 
company shall preserve order and discipline, at all times, among 
the members of his company under him, and require of them and 
enforce a strict compliance with the rules and regulations of the 
Department and orders of the Engineers. 

3. In the absence of the foreman of any company the assistant 
foreman, if there be one, otherwise the senior hoseman or hook 
and ladder man in service present, connectedjwith the same com- 
pany, shall perform the duties of foreman. 

Dangerous Places. — The Engineers shall inquire for, and 
examine into, all shops and other places where shavings and other 
such combustible materials are collected or deposited, and report 
to the full Board ; and whenever, in the opinion of any two of 



14 

them, the same may endanger the safety of the town from fires , 
they shall dh-ect the tenant or occupant of said shops or other 
places to remove such shavings or other combustible materials; 
and in case of such tenant's or occupant's neglect or refusal so to 
do, they shall cause the same to be removed at the expense of such 
tenant or occupant, and such expense may be recovered of such 
tenant or occupant in an action of contract. 

Defective Chimneys. — 1. The Board of Engineers , upon com- 
plaint made to them, or upon their knowledge and view of any de- 
fective chimney or fireplace within the town, shall, from time to 
time, take efiectual care that the same be examined and inspect- 
ed ; and when in their opinion the safety of the town requires 
it, shall order the s ame to be immediately amended, or repairs if 
the same can be properly done, otherwise to be taken down and 
demolished. And if the owner or owners of such defective chim- 
ney or fireplace shall wilfully neglect or refuse to amend, repair 
or take down the same, after having been served with an order in 
writing from the Board of Engineers to amend, repair, or take 
down the said defective chimney or fireplace (as the case may be) , 
duly certified by the Clerk of the Board, the Engineers shall cause 
prosecution to be instituted, as provided for by the statutes. 

2. It shall be lawful for any person to set fire to and burn his 
chimney, stove-pipe, or flue between sunrise and noon, if the build- 
ings contiguous are wet with rain or covered with snow, but at no 
other time.