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GRAND OPERA HOUSfc
Sick,Deaf,8iind and lame
upon tlio stage by the
A J. .
coining to Msirion with
in liis hands, this world's
Vlio treats this Deal' Sick, Lame,
Khuuin.-il.bui, Paralytic ami all
Chronic Diseases by thu
POWER OF VITAL MAGNETISM
Tlio JIaguotie Wonder of llio Cen
tury. Jn thu Scientific, llagnotie,
Manipulative and VitorMedieal
Treatment of all Chronic Affec
tions. AVill "publicly dciuonslralo his
wonderful Jiealing powers on tlio
stage of the Grand Opera House,
two nights only as above, Kain,
,ijuow or Sliine.
Seals free. Tieatment on the
Positively no boys, gills or
cnikiren will De uutuiUod uiile
they are afllieted. Tlio crowds
are always so large that seals can
not be given to young people.
As eolored people- are not treated
at Hie private offu at tho Majestic
hotel they will not bo admitted
U the opera house. Kach demon
bl ration will bo preceded with a
short duM'i'lation on
The Power of Vital Magnetism as a
after which cures will bo perform
ed that will astonish the skeptical,
but the fecrJoiis to thinking and
convince the doubtful, that in Vital
Magnetism is a force capable of
effecting most limi-velou-, cures. No
matter what tho disease bow bad,
how long standing or hopeless the
im) may appear if curable at all,
.they arc amenable- to magnetism
and they will
ARISE AND WALK.
AH those who are on crutches or
canes, rheumatism, palsied, paralytic
deaf, sick or lame and wish to be
cured arc invited, and as great a
number as jxsohlu will bo treated
Fit 1513 upon tho stage. He not only
treats the deal", sick, laino and
crippled at hi piiuilc office at
tho Majestic lintel hut nearly all
chnuliu d:sea.scs ipiickly yield to
this strange power, especially such
as catarrh, incipient consumption,
bronchiti.s. neuralgia, nervous pros
tratiou, diabetes, incipient IJrght's
disease, cpilcsy, tumors in all conditions-,
diseaM" if it delicate na
ture, bead noises, hip d hcases.
deafness, heait disea.se, bladder
dic:iM, pile and rectal troubles,
vhcumutiMii, eoii.st ligation, disorders
of women, cataract, dyspepsia ami
(ill stomach trouble, nenou.s in
digestion, cancer, sciiilicii, p,uahsi-
liver eomilaint, kidney (roubles,
scrofula, gravel, throat disorders
impoteiicy and m fa el, nearly all
clnoiiio liseiii.es quickly yield to
mutual magnetism in the hands of
this phenomenal maguetist.
Tho management of tho Roy
I'heuomcnaii Co. have secured
apartments at tho Hotel Majestic
which have Iieen rearrangeil and
especially fitted j for tho conven
ience of those calling foi consul
tiitiou or treatment, comprising pn
vato reception rooms, pro-ate con
sultation, examination and ticat
meiit looms, uLo juiblic reception
rooms and offices, where thoso who
wish to learn if llioy can bo cured,
may have consultation examination,
it thorough dmgnos's and advice by
the Chief Consulting Physician,
who directs and prescribes all
treatment. It curablo, the
will bo named, if inourablc,
case will not bo accepted at
Tho fir I two weeks a l.iniled
number of caws will bo accepted
nt tho Iiitioduetory l('djiccd Prices
t'or tho ipurpOfce of nuking as many
qurcM , iKissiblo tho fiwll mouth
thus "proving tho efficacy of Jlug
liolisfiV 'as a healing agency, after
wuioft tlto regular tees will bo
clnrgcilc; Therefore thoso who wish
to take advantago of tlio Intro
ductory lteduccd Prices must call
sooit after May 20 ns possible,
Qffnjo Hours: Daily, except
te Sabbath, from 10 a. in. to 5
p. m, njl 7 to 8 in tho- evening.
The office nt tho Hotel Majestic
opens for tho reception of patients!
on, Wednesday at 10 a. in. !An'
tisher will bo found 4it .llirt Indies'
entrance to direct, cnllora I'd Hjq
HAPPENINGS IN THE o
IN THE TENTH
Newark Wins Only Game of
WILMOT BATTED HARD
Lime Burners are Defeated
by a 6 to 5 Srore.
Midnlcton Gets Real Busy with His
Little Willow Locals Should
Have Won the Contest.
HOW THE CLUBS STAND.
W. L. Pet.
Youugstown 11 o .7117
New Castle It S .570
Marion 10 !) .520
Slttirou t i) !) .o'
Akion 10 10 .500
Newuik 0 U .17-1
Lineasler !l II . I.)0
MunsLd,! -P 1.4 .222
Newark 0; Jlarion 5.
Lancaster 2; Mansfield 1.
Youugstown at Sharon.
No-:ii k al Maiwfield. .
Lancaster at Marion.. ,
Sunday atleriioon in a ten in
ning gam at Webb Paik the
Lime IJuruiMs lost to Newark by
i si'oio of (i and 5, alter having
I he content lucked away in their
With the n-ore sUiud'ng tie to
I hi, i nuiiit llu-m the Mouldei.s not
.i inn ocr in the liist half of the
in nth tying up the game. Then in
the tenth won the game on two hits
and an cxinr.
The ploying field was in bad
condition from the rain of the
iust tow dajs and Uneatcning
clouds kept the attendance down.
BIG ED. HAVEL
Captain and Short Stop of tlio
Wilmot went in
ion and pitched
though he with
tunes by tho
the box lor Mar-
ecelleiil ball ill
clouted hard at
Sloupii wenl in for New ink lnd
except on wiural oc'ii.smus; pitch
ed good, .lioady, ball. Uilmol win
relieved by 'Bnrk alter the ninth
apd. in the last half of that iiiiuug
Locke MiiTitedod Slo.ipe.
With ouo out in the opener,
W nit ten onteked a long one to
right center for three- bases and
scored the first tally of the game
on Schweitzer's long fly l
Quiiui, Havel' singled but was nip
pod try' Jig to steal sopoiid.
The 'Lime Buruors got two in the
last half of tho inning. Quinu
drew four wide ohm, Mylott sacri
ficed Tiid Fanoll went down on
ifreo transpurtiition. Tllou Middljei
ton wnr tho xight man-in tho at'ght
plnco and BTnittod,. a.lwo' boggcJu
BASE BALL WORLD
(enter scoring Qiiiim. Talo was out
rami Stoupo to Cljgli nd then
Linden mini singled to left, scoring
hit-roll. l-Mood went out to Sch
Tho vwiloifc 'lied the score -n U'
second vhoii Oygli ihit pufely to
left center and Winters doubled in
to the mine place, scoring Oygli.
The homo team went out in order.
Newuik went into the lead in the
f'.rst half or llio third. Winltcn
diew a pass and was .sacrificed to
xecond by Rehwoifzer. JIuvel got to
lust on Mylett s error and rat
ten wired. lfael was caught
asleep off first by AVilniot a second
Who-30 Work in
Loft Was a Tea-
Marion tied the scorn in the
latter half. With two out Middle
ton got his second h'.t. Wilhclm
who ran for him, started to bccond
and on Winter's wild heave tho
Kaisei kept on going and crossed
Neither side eanic. close in tho
Iii the fifth Winters singled and
-I'iti- seiiiud. Stoup struck "out
u-'l Nnulcr as sr.i'o al .first when
Mlctt capluii'd 'his grounder and
threw to MM'ond in a vain iiltnmnt
li. i-t Winters. Wr.ittan's out nd-
viiiu'i'd both men u base hut Sch
weitzer ended the inning by flying
out i. Talc Mauon went out in
Ilaxel opeueil U, six -,. (,,,
ms lors ,v gelling a pjss and Mur
iv ihdnced liim a peg with . n
-.ujiiii-e. Then I lux el Mole, third
hen Ln l;i'. iegod lo secoliil to
;el I) in (i.vgli Died out to Myell
'tim Siniib bmuglil Havel in with n
t inielj single into "center. Quiiui
made a gieat dive after the bnf
id preM'iitod the hit being
Uielchcd into i triple. Winters
'ill to Flood and Smith was forced
As- if io gel own for NeWaik's
iruini'ji ihe lead, the 1a, Bunions
-nt two n llieir balf. Funell hit
u beauly into right mid Middleton
acrfu-eyl him to hccond. Talo
Who Tore Off a- Three Bagger
singled seining Farrel! mur then
Mlole RCiMiud s frem which poiitv'ho
worcd on Tim Flood's safo dHvo
fo center. x
In tho .ove'ifh and tho
llioro ivna nolhino-- dolne
lookcd-as !.lhoughi 'J3jgAlv.Wjlniot,
DAILY MIRROR, MONDAY, MAY
would hold the visitors safo and
that it vould bo .unnecessary to
pkiy tho last of the ninth. But a
sin prise of Jho disagreeable kind
was iu store for tho big croud of
fans. Oygli laced out a safe one,
Smith followed and hit to Mylett
who egged (l.Vgli out at seco&d.
Winters hit to right sending Smith
to third. Thou Pearce batted for
Stoup and dropped n Texas Leag
uer into centci scoring Smith and
getting on even' tenm with the
home team. ,
The Lime Burners threatened to
do some things when Luskey, who
ww fiit up rapped out a .two bag
aer to left. Lucas was sent in by
iMana-rer Dmmin (o bat for Wilmot
but "Lucky" struck out. Then
Qiiinn hit one on the noso that
listeniil like a tU'ee bagger but
Murray nxule n gieat catch of the
liner ami Lukey was loubled.
The tenth wan the fatal part of
the game, Bulk went on the rub
ber mid tho big fellow immediately
fanned Schweitzer. Havel hit n
single into left. .Mnldlelon made n
uce stop of Murry's hard Jilt and
fili-iM'il lnvit nl, Ltiwmil . Tlimi
I Murray slat led to-steal and Mylett
J went in to cover 'Ihe bacr but Ovsll
V eouui'ftcil with tluvball and it wont
tliromrh short aiiiL into left. Mur
ay ki'pt on going and Talo's
threw to Flood to get him nt third
went in the frtandSiig while the scc
ii(l baseman scored the run that
won the game'. The locals were
eay picking In Ifhc last of tho iu-
KWbKK ' il It II l'O A K
Siivdor, I 7fi 0 1 2 I) 0
rat leu, ;: ..... -I 'J 1 1 1 0
Sehweiler, m Ml 0 0 ", 0 0
Havel, ss tfgfd I I 3 .'I 0
Muirav, 2 ....1 1 0 I II 0
, Jygli lb ... .f.f o I If It 0 0
Jinilh, r ...ir,.-.") 12 2 0 0
Vniteif, e . . ,'t 1 0 :i II 0 1
Slroupo, i ..:i 0 0 0 8 0
I'earce, e ..'.,? I 0 1 0 0 0
bicke, p .' 0 I) 0 0 0 0
Totals ..'. ."$!!) lIl'iMlo 1
MAKipN B H II l'O A I-:
(iuinn, ui .....f-'-l 10 2 0 0
Mylett, sS ..'...4 0 X y .I I
Fiu i ell, r -U 2 1 0 0 0
Middlelon 2 1 1 II 4 4 0
Tale. 1 fa 1 1 1 0 1
Lindeimiiui, lb..'lV0 1 i;i. 1 ti
Flood, It .'.....' 4-T) 1 2 a 0
Lu-key, o 4 "b 1 ,"i I 0
Wilmot. a, o o o r o
Bulk, p 00 0 0 0 0
I.uiM, ..'. 1" 0 0 0 0 0
. :c "i
o no io
Newuik... 1 1 I Ot.0 10 0 1 1-11
.Minion .. 2 (I 1 0 ii 2 II II I) ll-fi
Sloieij Bases Havel, Winters,
Middleti-n, Tad- and Liiiilenuiuii.
Two base hits Luskey, Middle
ton and Wnileis. , '
Thiee base hits W rut ten. .
Bouble plais -Murray to H.uel;
Fluod to Liinl'-iiiauu to I'Mood,
Inning's pitched-Stronpo 8;
Loeko 2; W i.i II; Buik J. ,
Slruck out Stnitijio 1; 1ocko
I; Wilmoi.a; Buik. 1.
Sacrifice, hits .Mylett, Middleton
Tate, Sihweit.er. Jv
Base on balls-Offi Wilmot fl
uff Stoupo 2
L'mpiie Latham. Tiuio 2:00.- At
LITTLE ' BINGLES.
Counting the game scheduled for
Smliiiday, the Liuiu Burueis huvo
-even jiitioued ga'nfe0- lo jiluy off.
Laiica.ster, headed t by Manager
Bieen, arriwd Jicu lbs morning
I'm a thiee gani6" soiies with the
locais. L.iiu.istor beat Mansfield
yeetirday and the nianagor says
that the haine doso Avill be givon
lo Mntjnu today. To this statement.
Feid Diuiiim tnkes somo excep
Snillh in light .ti'cld for tho
Monldeis made a pretty catch of u
foul fly up against tho bleachers
in the leutli.
The Lime Burners go lo Akron
on DiniMiioii Day and thou on
Ma .'II they have an open date.
On Juno 1 and 2, MasnflohJ will
play here and Juilu 21 . is an open
date on which the -Murioililes may
book some Independent club. June
aim n tliev will play at Mansfield
mid frens there will go to Now'ark
, Just as the gong was lo f-ouiul'
to slatt the phly Oil Satitrday ol)e
Jiiiilei" l'liivius ip'tllcd the idugs
iliid in about thirty ,' seconds tlio
field was n'son'f mud and llin
ulmnliew wore ijiVit'Hod . Tho game
w."s called oft o' short time later.
nnd then tho '100 fans walked down
town mi (he rain, tho street car ser
vice Inning been discontinued for
most of the nfteinoon.
And yesterday i.iynsauolJicr
those gameri that we should . hiivo
won. ( - ,
One of the features of Ihe game
was Ihe ti'nel.v hittintr of the Ijino
Burners. Midillelon, Tale.'' Linde
ltmnii an 1 Flood all cracked nut
binglcs rlit m the "iiieotino."
Played a Great Game in Ocn'ior for
Middlelon was the bright paitieu
liii stnr of' Ihe day. In four times
at bat he cracked out a double and
I wo singles. In the field 'lie got
eeiy thing that caiuo his way and
made a biiHiuiil v ship of Smith's
hard drJve in the lei th that pre
vented the visitors Imui s'coiing
Jimmy Lucas is staled to pitch
for Marion today and -will bo op
posed by Just iii. Tomorrow- Wil
lieliu will woik for the locals and
Schnitzel" or While will pilch for
the. Lank. On Wednesday it is
piobable that Buik and .Johns will
lie tho opposing pilchors.
Bnrk, who replaced Wilinol in
the first of the tenth ' yesterday
gets tho ciedi't'of los'ng the e'.ntrsl
in the official averages. Bulk has
now won live games 'and lost one.
He did not deserve to lose yester
day's game a.s some bad wobbles by
his mi(ioiI let In the winning run.
Now Castle. Va.. May 25. 'Akron
tied llio sooto In the ninth, but heavy
rain stopped jilav 'then, forcing the
score back to tho olglilh and Akron
Now Custlo 0 1 0 0 1 0 (I 02 3 0
Akron 0 0 U II 0 1 0 0-1 8 0
Batteries-Mimic ami Murphy; Mi
lium and Oitlelli. Two bilbo lills
Hui-liu 2. Iliibe on tails orr Miurlc,
,1. olT Elimiin t. Snick ml By Mm
rle I, by Ulimuii 1. Stolen base
Schwartz. Sarrlrico liltK-4SruKl, Ort
lelb, ICIelieubci'K. Sehwarlz. Diilk
Mmtlc. Urnplies Mst ami Hart.
CHAMPS G; SHARON 4.
Youngstown, O., May 23. Youngs
town bunclieil hits In tho fifth, Shar
on was smothered iu.tnso running.
Thomas wus wild, illlloy mnilo a
home run under tho fence. Score:
H H K
Youugstown. 0 t 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 7 1
Sharon ..,..'() 1 2 0 i 1 0 0 01 0 1
Batteries H. Thomus and Ostdlek;
Burwoll ami Mattlson. Home' run
HllleV. Two base lilt-Starr, Sacri
fice hits Pattern)!!, Clover. Mthay.
Stolen bases Brecn 3, McAleese 2,
Ostdlek 2, mUoy.,MnttlM)ii. Bases on
balls- Off Tliomas I, off liurwell 3.
Struck out -By Thomas 1, by Bur
well 3. Umpire Bannon.
LANCASTER, 2; MANSFIELD, 1.
Lanenstor, .May 2C The Lanks won
from tho Mansfield team here today
in a reusing ten Inning finish when
four slnglos netted thorn one run. The
game had been transferred bore from
Mansfield, Johns diovo opo through a
liolo In tho f cm o In the fifth for a
homo run. Score:
U 11 K
Lancaster ...0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 12 8 1
Mansfield ....0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 01 0 3
i Batteries Johns and Fox; PIsol,
Buckholz and Ainslee. Runs Heller,
Johns; Tippets, stolen, bases No
feau, Reynolds, Anislbfi. Hqme run
Johlis. Two base' jilts-flelehanty,
King. Sacrifice liHsNeTu, Rey
nolds, Amslee. First' base on balls
Off Jot us, 1, off Plscl, 2; off Uucltholz.
4. Struck out ny Johns, 6; by
UtU'hoh, 1, Ht by plteberKlBton,
Tlmo-2 hours. Umpire Steinberg.
MAUTON A PAOTOR.
Akron Nelly, tho well-known Clovo-
ly i, fu vy i tc jbl jHr 4Mflfc Bi ixiljSAfcii
Long experience and thorough testing have proyeu S S. S. to be'llw
King of blood purifiers and the greatest of all tonics. For nearly half 'ft
century S S. S. has been used In. the treatment of blood and akin diseases
of cyery chnraclcr, and so satisfactory have been the results that it is now
the best known and most widely used blood medicine on the niarkct. S. S, 8.
attracted nttcntion as soon as It wasplaced on the market by curjnfc-
riiuiuijwjr mwoii uijcara.iui wnicii ,ii waSj rccomnienuea, ami wc imvp 90
ealously guarded its first good refutation, by keeping1 it up to its standard
11 manufacture, that it nqw has the unequalled and pleasing record' f
O Fartv Yoat8 Of Cures. ' 1W Rheumatism, dnfnrrb. Scrofula.
Sores and Ulcers, Malaria Skin Diseases, Cont'igious Blood Poison, and all
other diseases due to nn Impure or poisoned condition of the.blood, there is
nothing that equals S. S, S. It counteracts and rcmov.es the genus and
poisons, cleanses the system of all unhealthy matter, cures the trouble per
manently, and restores strong, robust health. Where the blood is weak 01
anaemic nnd unable to nourish the system as it should, S. S. S. supplies' it
with the needed properties, and being a bracing, invigorating tonic it builds
up the entire system. It goes to the vtry bottom of all blood dlsordc'rstiud
In this way reaches deep-seated and inherited cases" on which the prdjnarv
sarsaparillas and tonics have little or no effect. Not only , is, S, S.. S.',
certain 111 its results, but it is an
tlc distinction of being the only blood
pl nurelv vetrctable
.-ciuoiw. ii juii
he medicine that has
of S. S. S.,.the medicine that has proven its worth by its record
rs of cures. Book on the nlood nnd any medical advice vnu w!
years of cures. Book on the blood
charge for cither. THE SWIFT. SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA, GA.
land sporting editor writer, says In
Sunday's Plain Dealer:
Akron has taken a big spurt during
the last week and Is climbing toward
tho top. ICast'8 team was more un-
Ifortunato than any other In the
league, getting a bad start. However,
ho seems to have tho hitters and
when his pitchers round to and are
able to hold opposing teams down, tho
Blues are going lo make some of then!
hurry. Youugstown, Marlon and Ak
ron are siiro to land In tho first di
vision. "New Castle, Lancaster and
Sharon will ahvo a merry light to
keep out of tho second.
The batting nA-eiajros of
aine is a.s follows:
(I. All. 11
Hallenger ....... 2 8 2
Tate 10 07
liU.-key .. 10 00
Lucas 4 lo
Vnnell ' 111 79
l,indemaun l'l -111
Mylett 10 fiS
luiuu 10 OS
"lond ..'. : 14 47
Wiliuol 4 12
Middlelon Ill (Iii
Wilhclm 4 14
"nrk t. , r, in
Men Ciiffyu of Aki-on, :'m t-ei-taiu-V
biting Uie ball somo in the O.
ml P. league. In sixteen games1
'he former Cloielund player has
'een at bat uly-three tinics, jtas
uade Iwenty-.seven hitK and has
coicd .thirl'-cn nms. His average
' .42St Kast, manager of (lie
kroii team in second' with .410.
VI. llilley,, n Cleveland man has
in average of ..")2S- made in six
lenn games )layed with Youngs
town. Twenty-four men are hitting
Setter than . .'500 and five bettor
Cuff' 11 of Akron, Quiuli of Mar
ii, and Iiount of Youugstown are
he leading run getters each having
cored thitt'een lime-i. Starr of
"diingstown w the handiest man
mi thu bases, having stolen eight
Declined th: Challenge.
St. Potershurg. May 27. M. Ourko,
'iBslitt.int mlnlstor of tho intorlor, li'.is
challenged M. nodltchcff, a member of
mrlliimenf, to a duel, alleging that
Uodltcheff's recent npoech In tho dunia
on tho fnmlno situation was Intended
,is an Insnll to htm, At, Rodltcheft do
ollned to accept tho ch'allongo on tho
ground that tlio ehargps against Gurko
placo him outside tho pale of llio code
tf honor. Gurko'n action Is regardod
as a play to tlio galleries.
Thirty days irealmont for ktdne
bladder troubles and riitiiimatlsm fc
fl.00. Your money rofiuidod If 1101
satlufled. Plneiilcs contain no nlo
bol. Do not dcranpo the slomaoh
Rasy to tuko.
rfold by Klocken Drug Store.
ItHSOIiUTION NO. 28. Declaring
t necessary to Improve Klin Street
f-om Church Street toiMt. Vernon
Avonuo by grading, setting curbs and
ciosslngs, i;onstr)ictlng the necessary
drains and retaining walls, gutters
and cateh-baslns, determining the
general nature of the proponed Im
provement, the grade thereof, and
nnnrovlnir nlans. sneclfleallons and
Bo It resolved by tho Council of th,"
City of Marlon. State of Ohio, threo
fourths of all tho inombers elected
A, That it !s hereby declared nec
essary to Improve. 151m Street from
Church Street to Mt, Vernon Avo
nuo by grading, Betting curbs and
crossings, constructing tho nccebsary
drains, retaining walls, ciitcli-nasins
and gutters, and paving the road
way with asphalt, sheet or block, hard
burned brick or bloik, 'macadam, or
other substantial material In accord
ance, with tho plans, specifications,
estimates and profile, of the pro
posod !mprooiuont prepared by tho
City Kriglneer nnd now on file In the
office of the Board of Public Sorvlco,
which ato hereby appioved. . '
B, That the grado of said street
as improved shall bo as shown on
said pi mis ami profile'3.
0. That the whulo cost of said
ImpioveniRiit, less one. fiftieth there
of and the cost ct Intersection,
shall ho assessed by I ho foot front
age upon the following described
'hftHif $ t-
absolutely safe medicine, t enjoys
medicine on the market that is giiuf-,'
in j.t 01 n mqou rcmciiy oegm
proven its worth by its record of 1
nnd any medical advice vou wish. No
lots and Ian. Is, to-wlt: All lots ami
lands abounding and abutting upon
the proposed Improvement, which
said lots and lands are hereby da tor
mined to bo especially benefited ly
said Improvement; ns"l tho cost ot
said Improvement shall Include tho
oxpense of preliminary and other
surveys and of tho printing nnd pub
lishing of notices, cost ot construct
ing, together with Interest on bonds
Issued In anticipation of tho collcfi
tlon of tho deferred Installments of
assessments and other necessary ex
D. That the assessment so to bo
levied shall be paid lu ten annual
Installments, with Interest on de
ferred payments not to exceed six (O)
per cent, per annum, providing that
the owner ot any property assessed
may, at bis option, pay such asscss'
moiit In cash or any number ot In
stallments of tho samo at any tlmo
after such assessment has been
levied with Interest to tho next
ucml-annual Interest day of said bonds
next following the' dato of payment.
B. That bonds of tho City of Ma
rlon. Ohio, shall bo Issued In antic
ipation of tho collection of tho assess
ments by Installments and lu iui
union nt eipial thereto.
Ki That tho remainder 0t tho
entire cost shall Iw paid by tho Is
suance of Imnds as provided by law.
Passed May LI. 11)07.
J. Ii. 1-IITbtiIPS,
President Pro Tom of City Council
Approved by tho mayor, Loilis
Atle-sl: J. V. Wilson,
Clerk, Pro Tom.
RESOLUTION NO. 20. Declaring
It necessary to improve- the first alloy
north of Center Street from Oalc
Street to Prospect Street by grading,
sotting curbs and crossings, Con
structing tho necessary drains anil
retaining walls, gutters and catch-basins,
determining tho general naturoy
ot the proposed Improvement, tho
grado thereof, and aprovlng pla'.is,
specifications and profiles therefor.
Bo It resolved by tho Council of tho
City of Marlon, Stalo of Ohio, thrco-
fourtB of all the members elected
A. That It Is hereby declared nec
essary to Improvo tho first alley north
of Contor Street from Oak Street to
Prospect Street by grading, setting
curbs, and crosrlngs, constructing
tho necessary drains, retaining wallB,
ateh-baslns and gutters and paving
tho roadway with vitrified brck block
In accordance with 1 110 plans, spcciuca
llons, estimates and profiles of tlio
proposed Improveme'it prepared by
tho City Engineer, ami now on file
In tho office of the Bqitril'of Public
Service, which are hereby approved.
B. That the grado of said alloy as
Improved shall bo ns shown on said
plans and profiles.
C. That ho whole eost of said Im
provement, less one-fiftieth thereof and
tho cost ot Intersection shall 'bo as
sessed by tho bonofits upon tho lols
and lands benefited by said Improve
ment: nnd tho cost of said Improve
ment shall Include tho expense of
preliminary and Other surveys, alid
or tho printing and publishing ot
notices, cost of cousti noting, together
with Interest on bonds Issued in antic
ipation of the collection ot tho do-
furred Installments or assessments and ,
other necessary expenses.
D. That the assessment bo to bo
levied shall be paid lu five annual
Installments, with Interest on de
ferred payments not to exceed six (0)
per cent, per annum, providing that
tho owner of any property assessed
may, at his option, pay such assess
ment lu cash or any number of in
stallments of the samo nt any tlmo
after such assessment baa bcon
lovled with Interest to tho noxt
Bcml-aunual Interest day ot said bonds
next following tho dato of payment.
13. That bonds o,f tho City of Ma
rlon. Ohio, shall bo Issued In nntlfi
Ipatlon of tho collection ot the assess
ments by Installments and In' an
y: Mf (lie " remainder " of Hho
entire cost shall be .paid by, tho Is- .
f nance of IfcudtPTiif pfoVld'ellf bw, .
Passed MtH&.'W. tbL T!9'
J. E. PHILLIPS, -
President Pro Tern of City Council'
Ai'vipwcd by tho Hiyor, . .Jjoius
AilcM: .7: V.
noilc. Pro Tmn.
.Star 5-17-24-07. Mirror. 5-18i25.07,
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