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THE MARION DAILY MIRROR. THURIDAY; OOTOIER 10. 1907.
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ONE OF MOROCCO'S SULTANS ARI
RESTS MONEYED MEN,
ON CHARGE QF.CONSPIRACY
Mulal Hafid Compels Jaws to
Tribute of $70,000 His Army
to be Reinforced Moors At
i tack French Troopi.
Mnzagan, Moiocco, Oct. 10. Mulal
llnlld, who was proclaimed sultan at
Morocco City some tluio iiro, bus
caused the nrrest here of six notablo
men belonging to the Aramour tribe,
one of whom Is a protege of the Ger
man consular ol.'.clals. All tho pilsou
era have been sent In chains to .Mo
Three more Azamour notables were '
arrested hero Wednesday. One was
said to have had 1(50,000 In his posses
sion. News of these arrests has thrown
Iho Mazagau notables luto a panic.
They have implored tho protection of
tho French consul, who has reported
the situation to Tangier. Some of the
men arrested have connections whh
Advices received here from Morocco
City declare tbnt reinforcements to
tho number of 2,000 men are preparing
to set out to Join Mulal Hand's troops
at Settat. Mnlal Halhl has Imposed a
tax of 500,000 on the .lews of .Moiocco
City, who nre consequently In a stnto
of consternation. Ho hns caused tho
arrest of three wealthy merchants of
Tez on charges of conspiracy and
seized their goods, valued at $70,000.
Oran, Algeria, Oct. to. A French
reconnollprlng column consisting of
two companies of sharpshooters nnd
a squadron or spahls and Algeilan cav
alry combined was ambushed Tuesday
at Gucrbol Hill, about nine miles from
OudJa. Morocco, by warriors of the
Henl Snasscn tribe, Tho attack of the,
Moors was repulsed, but tho Fiench
troops lost tno spahls killed and had
two sharpshooters wounded. In addi
tion n score of horses belonging to tho
French cavalrymen woio killed.
Hefofe returning to OudJa tho
French force bombarded the Ullage
whence It had been ambushed. Tho
enemy fled In nil directions.
Disastrous Floods In France.
Paris, Oct. 10. Heavy rains havo
caused serious floods throughout
France. The Rhone, l.olro nnd Turn1
rivers nre over their banks and tho
plain of Hernult Is ngaln flooded.
Much damage has been done. At
Avignon the Mione has risen -'0 feet
and is still rising. The Hood carried
away everything In Its path. At l'ous
sin a hotel nnd n silk mill situated
near tho river bank collapsed, killing
live persons. Reports from St. IHlenno
say that (he valley of the I-olio is ono
vast lake. The flood Is the worst
since 184G. A number of buildings at
St. Etienno collapsed. Many villages
have been nbandoned by their In
habitants. At Lepuy three persons
were di owned. .
Would Prohibit Export of Wood Pulp.
Ottnwa, Ont., Oct. 10. The ('ana
dlaL manufacturers of pulp nnd paper
wnlted on tho government Wednesday
nnd asked for prohibition of the .v.
port or wood pulp. Sir Wlirrld IjuiiIlt
sald the matter would be taken Into
consideration. Tho argument of thu
manufacturers Is that without Cana
dian wood pulp American mills would
bo forced cither to closo or establish
their plants In Canada, thus placing
them on an equal footing with tho Ca
nadian mills Tor tho Ameilcun market
nnd at tho samo time add to Canada'3
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Gen. Breckenrldge's 'Widow Dies.
Now York, Oct. 10. Mrs. John C.
Breckinridge, widow of Gen. .loh'n C,
Breckinridge, ono time vko president
of tho Vnlted States and r.indldatc for
tho presidency against Abraham Lin
coln, dl. , here Wednesday.
A Remarkable Statement.
Colui-'jis, 0., Oct. 10. At Wednes
day's ho- Ion of the Mississippi Valley
Medical a.soclaton Dr. Charles J, Aid
rich, of ("cveland, said many deaths
which jr attributed to delirium tre
mens nr In reality cnused by. pneu
monia nnd might bo prevented if
treated a' such.
Svsde3 aro Eager to Race.
Slauithrlni, Oct. 10. Tho reply of
tho New York Yacht club to tho
Swedlth challenge, for ti series of
races f r tho America's cup Is expect
ed her? to-day. Intcnso interest pre
vails. Swedish sailmakers already
nre eng.i'd to work on tho challenger
nnd fi in nil parts of the country
comQ r-iiucMn to bo allowed to par
ticipate In Dip subscription to meet
tho cctt of the challenger.
AmerUsn Leqguers Won In Boston.
Bo. tin. O t 10. Tho second game
of th" lc! post-season scries wns
lad cW the National grounds
and Wa wen 4 to 2 in 11 Innings by
the American league club.
Cnrdlnais Wen the Third Game.
St. Louis. Oft. 10. The St. Loills
NatloiiE.1 league team on Wednesday
won th' third rcauio of tho post-spaooij
S to t, fiom tho local Amorlcan
Reel vers for a Bank are; Named.
N Ball'meie. Oct. lp.Vecoi'vers were
appointed Wcilnorfil'ay 'for the Farmers-.
Trust, Hanking and Deposit Co.,
otjta-ls, cltyj. Tightness or the mouey
jMWtetla gcn as the cause br the
Bkat rassment of the company, which
.conducted banking institutions In live
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BITS OF NEWS.
The output of American automo
biles for 1D0S Is expected to be G.VOOO
cars, as against 45,000 made this year.
The agricultural department repoits
that the condition of corn on October
1 wns 7S per cent. The average yield
of spring wheat Is 13.1 bushels per
acre. Tho production of spring nnd
winter wheat combined is about C2",
567,000 bushels, compared with 733,
200,970 bushels a year ago.
Men who have been making borings
along the river front of New York
City hnve discovered a vein of gold
bearing quartz under tho Knst river,
In the nelghboihood of tho Brooklyn
bridge; Tho oro extracted nmounted
to two pounds nnd the gold It contain
ed was worth $40. On this basis the
vein would run $21,000 a ton.
Cleveland, Oct. 10.-
Burton, candidate for mayor, announc
ed his stieet railway policy last night.
Ills plan of settlement Is for seven
tickets for a quarter until October,
1908. Uetuecn now and that time a
commission of experts Is to determine
valuations and the lowest rate of fare
"consistent with good service ami nec
essary betterments." The rate de
termined by this commission Is to be
tho rate for ten years. For the suc
ceeding ten ycais .Mr. Burton pioposes
to let the city council adjust the inte
each year If necessary.
The Lusitanla Makes a Record.
London, Oct. 10. Tho Cunard
Steamship Co. has Issued a notlca call
ing attention to the record run of the
Lusltanla on J"r present trip between
Liverpool and Now York, 019 nautical
ml!c3 in a day.
Receivership Is Made More Bit ding.
New York, Oct. 10. Basing his ac
tion on an $83,000,000 mortgage cover
ing tho properties of the Metropolitan
Streot railway, .ludge Lacombe once
more bus appointed Douglas Robinson
and Adiian H. .lollne iccelvers for tho
Metropolitan and all Its subsidiary
lines. The action wob taken In the
United Stutes circuit court last night
and Is said to havo headed off all at
tacks ou the tormer iccslveibhlp.
Italy Suffers from High Prices.
Home, Oct. 10. Italy Is complaining
of the high cost of living, and the au
thorities are about to attempt to regu
late prices, in this city tho retail
prices ol all provisions aro so high
that a commission has been appointed
to fix a scnle or niaMmum prices
nbovo which It will bo forbidden to
nelllpiovlBlons under pcnnlty of tho
closing of tho stores where such sales
Boy was Strangled to Death.
Bildgeport, Conn., Oct. 10. Nlno-yeor-oM
Philip Mnstilnno, faon of Nich
olas Mastrluno, of this city, whoso
body was found Wednesdny covered
with a woman's skirt In a dense
thicket id the eastern part of the city,
was murdored, It is asserted, by tho
police. The police say tho tho boy
was maltreated shamefully and after
wards choired to death with a shoe
string. Taft Did Not Threaten.
Toklo, Oct. 10. Tho olflclnl publica
tion of the Japanese foreign offlco
makes denial of special telegrams
from Washington and London publish
ed recently in Toklo nwsepapors In
which It Is declared that Secretary
Taft, during his visit here, threatened
to apply tho exclusion act In tho Uni
ted States unless Japan put a stop to
tho emigiatlon of her subjects.
Hangman Gets Busy In Odessa.
Odessa, Oct. 10. Tho Unionists on
Wednesday discontinued their raids
upon the Jewish population which
hnvo been going on Tor several days.
During these disorders nearly 50 per
sons were wounded, many seriously.
Six persons were banged here Wed
nesday after trial by court-martial.
Three Druggists In Hot Water.
Oberlln. O., Oct, 10. Charles Per
sons, Otto M. Hartcr and J. M. Gard
ner, druggists, wero arraigned before
Mayor Carter Wednesday on a charge
of violating the Beal law, The drug
gists pleaded not guilty and the mayor
.set their trial for November L
The Episcopal Convention.
Richmond, Va., Oct. 10. The sixth
day's session of the Kplscopai conven
tion was one ot Intense interest. Tho
most important action taken by tho
bouse ot bishops was in voting down
the motion made by the bishop of Al
bany making still more stringent
canons on marriage nnd divorce. The
men's offering, which was announced
at a great men's meeting last rilght,
amounted to $775,000,
DECREASE IN PRODUCT DURING
SEPTEMBER IS NOTICED.
PIG IRON MARKET IS DULL.
United States Steel Corporation on Oc
tober 2 Broke All Records for
One Day's Production of
New York, Oct. 10. Tho Iron Age
Pig Iron production Is continuing nt
tho recent gait; In fact, there has been
a slight gain In September. The week
ly capacity was 511,397 tons on Octo
ber 1, ns compared with 507.7CS tons
on September I, two entirely new fur
naces, the Lorain and tho Inland, hav
ing started. The September produc
tion of nnthraclte and coke lion wns
2,18.1,487 gross tons, ns compared with
2,250,4 10 tons In August. Tho steel
works product was 1,417,15.1 tons In
September nnd 1.44G.G85 tons in Au
The steel mills or the United States
Steel Corporation broke all records or
steel production on .October 2, the out
put reaching 48,323' tons ot Ingots in
that one day.
There havo been some modest ac
cumulations nt stock or pig iron in
some sections, but gencinlly speaking
furnace yards aro bare. It is the
avowed purpose of the management
of the Steel Corporation not to ac
cumulate iron when tho time ot less
ened finished output comes, but to
blow out furnaces as the requirements
for pig fall off.
Tho pig iron markets throughout
tho country nro dull. Western and
southern makers arc not attempting
to place Iron for next jenr, whllo east
ern makers arc In conference In Phil
adelphia with the object of discussing
While in somo quarters a Blight Im
provement In tho volume of orders for
finished products hns been observed
so far this month as compared with
September, others complain that tho
volume of business for forward deliv
ery Is very small. Thero nro some re
ports or transactions In billets In tho
Chicago district, at lower prices, but
In other sections of tho country tho
buslnebs In stec Is nt n standstill.
A Collision of Passenger" Trains.
Pittsburg. Oct. 10. The Chicago
special train No. 25, from New York
to Chicago on the Pennsylvania rail
road, met with an accident last night
nt Pltcalrn, Pa., a few miles oast of
this city, and fivo pcrtOns wore in
jured, A hot Journal on the Ipcomo
tlvo necessitated the renewal of en
gines nnd tho train uns pulled from
the main track at Pltcalrn until the
change could bo 'made. A local passW
jor train approached tho network of
tracks and tho engineer did not no
tice until he wns n fow ioiIs away that
the rear Pullman conch of tho through
tinln stood acioss his pnth. Ho ap
plied tho biakcs, but tould not avert
tho crash. Ono side of tho Pullman
Medal of Honor Legion Convenes.
Washington, Oct. 10. The annual
mooting of the Medal of Honor Legion,
composed of olllceis nnd enlisted men
of tho nrmy nnd navy who havo been
awarded medals of honors "for most
distinguished gnllentry In action" dur
ing nny war in which this country has
been engaged, began hoio Wednesday.
About 500 members attended.
Britton and Hargfs Go Free.
Sandy Hook, Ky., Oct. 10. Cases
against William Britton nnd Klbort
Hargls, charged wlih complicity in tho
murder of Dr.B. D. Cox at Jackson,
were dismissed Wednesday by Judge
W, B. Moody, on motion of the state,
for lack of evidence,
" 'Two Banks Fall,
Kalamazoo, ,'MI;u., Oct, 10. The
Union bank, or Richland, and the
Bowman bank, of this city, both priv
ate Institutions, have closed their
lloors with liabilities which, total $195,
000, ot which those or the Union bank
amount to $120,000.
$400,000 Fire Loss. '
New Yoik, Oct. 10. Hundreirs or
Jives were endangered, thousands of
pei sons were thrown luta panic, 125
.electric cais were destroyed, and
property Iohs of $400,000 was caused
Iiy i. flru In the I'oiirteeutU street car
ni,',Rrtt,iiTiOM rt'o. . G2. (.lleneallnt:
part of resolution No BR passedfby
the council or tno uityTH Clarion on
iVUgUSt w, 1UUY. t
tin It resolved bv tho Council of
the City of Mnrlon, State of Ohio:
Section 1. That resolution No. 12
nnsaori hv the Council of tho CitV of
Marion, Ohio, on August 19, l907 pro
viding for a sandstone sidewalk on
tho south side pi Mt. Vernon AV
niinn from Grand Avenue to Reed
Avenue bo repealed. Insomuch as it
provides ror a sand stone siciewnnc
from .tho west lino of tho land owned
by M. C Ayo to Reed Avenuo.
Section i, HUB resolution snuu
he In force and take effect from and
after its passage and legal publica
tion. , l
Passed September 30, 1907.
S. R. RAUHAUSER,
President of the( City Council.
Approved by tho' . Mayor, Louis
Attest: Wlllinm Fles'Clty Clerk.
Star 10-2-9-07. Mirror 1O-3-10-07
ORDINANCE NO. 55. Authoriz
ing tho Sun Vapor Street Light Com
pany to locate lamps.
Bo It ordained by tho Council ot
the City of Mnilon, State ot Ohio:
Section 1. Thnt tho Sun. Vapor
Street Light Company, of Canton,
Ohio, bo nnd nro hereby authorized
and dlicctcd to locato gas lights ac
cording to the contract of tho City ot
Marion, Ohio, nt tho following places:
One on south Prospect street opposite
the Lincoln school building; one on
south side Fredorick street midway
or snld street; ono oil Oak street, flfty
feet north ot Joseph', street; ono nt
tho southeast corner of Mary and
Silver streets ono on Sharp street,
west side opposite Hays street; ono
on Ley avenuo nt second alley south
ot Walnut stroct; one on south side
or LaFnyotto street 100 feet cast ot
W. B. Strayer's residence; ono on
west side or Blalno rivenuc 200 feet
north of Uellefontnlne nvenue; ono
on east si do ot Summit street 150
feet south of Church street.
Section 2. That the City Clerk bo
and Is hereby authorized and di
rected to notify said1 company of tho
provisions of this ordlnnncc.
Section 3. Thls'rordlnnncc shall bo
In force from and after its passago
and legal publication.'
Pafcsed September 30, 1907.
S. R. RAUHAUSER,
President of tho City Council.
Approved by tho "'Mayor, Louis
Attest: William Fles. City Clerk.
Star 10-2-9-07. Mirror 10-3-10-07
ORDINANCE NO. t'J. To levy
special assessment upon abutting
property to pay the cost and expense
of constructing Improvements herein
after designated chargeable by law
against said property.
Be It ordained by the Council ot
the City of Marlon, Stnte of Ohio:
Section 1. That a special assess
ment be levied against the lots and
lands nb-ittlng upon both sides of
Pearl street from Bellerontaino Ave
nuo to Prospect street, topay the cost
and cxpenso of constructing a san
itary sower and cellar drain In Pearl
street, betwen the points aforesaid in
the sum of Main Sewer Forty-two
and seven tenths cents (42.7) per
lineal foot, and Tnps Fifty-two (52)
cents per lineal foot.
Section 2. That a Bpeclal assess
ment be levied against tho, lots nnd
lands abutting upon both sides ot
Prospect street from Hill street to
tho south corporation line to pay the
cost and expenso ot constructing a
sanitary sewer and cellar drain in
Prospect street between the points
aforesaid in the sum of1-Main Sewer
Forty-two nnd seven tenths (42.7)
cents per llne.il foot, nnd Taps Fifty
two (52) cents per lineal foot.
Section 3. That u special ubsebs
ment be levied against the lots and
lauds abutting upon both sides of
Mary street from Silver street to
Joseph street to pay th6 cost and ex
pense ot constructing a sanitary sewer
and cellar drain In Mary street be
tween tho points aforesaid In the
sum of Mnln Sewer Fifty-two (52)
cents per lineal foot and Taps Fifty
four (51) cents per lineal foot.
Section 1. That lot No. 1829 abut
ting on tho west side -of Chlcngo
avenue nnd assessed for Chicago av
enue sldownlk, shall have a credit ot
Ten (10) dollnrs Mr material of tho
old sidewalk used for crossings.
Section 5. That said assessments
shall bo payable In cash within thir
ty days from date of the first pub
lication of this ordinance or In ono
Installment at tlio offlco of the City
Treasurer of Marlon, Ohio, or, at the
option of the owner, in five annual
Installments with -Interest at tho
rate of six per cent, per1 annum, and
penalty on deferred payments nt tho
offlco or tho County Treasurer drter
the samo has been certified to tho
County Auditor in tho' manner pre
scribed ,by law. Said nsses'sment af
ted so certified, mny. he paid lii ifull
dr in 'any number of Installments nt
nny tax paying time with Ironist
and penalty on tho same, is .provided
by Irfw. . rv
Section C. All moneys collecf ea 'oTi
the above assessments,' shall be" "Im
plied to the payment of the notes
and bonds Issued to cover the cost
of the samo, and for no other pur
nose, Section 7. This ordlnanco Bhall
be In force from and arter Its 'passage
and legal publication.
Passed September 30, 1907,
3. R, RAUHAUSER,
President pf the. City Council.
Appioved by tho Mayor, Louis"
Attest: William Fles. citv cirir.
Star 10-2-9-07. Mirror 10-3-10-07
ORDINANCE NO. 92. To provide
for tho Issuing of bonds to nny tho
part of tho cost and cxpenso of pav
ing Mary street, Elm streo t and
Gcorgo street, MoWllllnms Court,
alleys hereinafter described nnd for
constructing sanitary sewer and cel
lar drain on Bcllevlew street, alloys
hcrtnaftcr described, Halno revenue,
Avondalo, Horr and Superior Btreets,
chargeable by law against the City
of Marion, Ohio.
Bo It ordained by tho Council of
tho City ot Marion, Stato ot Ohio.
Sec. 1. That to roiso money to
pay the pait of tho cost nnd " expenso
of tho various Improvements herein
after described "fbr' which"' sal'd Im
provement special assessments may
bo levied chargeublo by law against
tho City of Marlon, Ohio, , bonds of
the Cfty of Mnrlon, Ohio, shall be
Issued ' and sold ., In tho following
amounts. To pay City's portion of
the paving of Mnry streot from
Sliver to Joseph street the sum ot
$500.00; Elm street from Church to
Mt. Vernon avenuo the sum of
$500.00; Gcorgo street from Main to
Prospect street the sUm of $300.00;
McWllllams Court from Center street
to tho noi th end thereof tho sum
of $150. 0D; Mill Street from Stnto
street, to tho first alley east of State
street and running parallel there
with, also, he first alley east of Stato
streot and running parallel therewith
trom Mill street to Center Btrcet, tho
two nlloys running cast nnd west
from Stnto street to the first alloy
cast of Stato street and two alleys
being located between Mill nnd Cen
ter strcots nnd running parallel there
with, 'tho sum ot $400.00- nnd for
constructing sanitary sower nnd cel
lar drain on Bcllevlew street from
first nlley east of Stato street to
Bllallcntluo avenuo tho sum of $5.00
alley between Prospect and Oak street
from N. Y. P. nnd O. Ry., to first
alley south of Sliver street; thenco
cast to Georgo street the sum of
$2550.00; Hane avenue from Church
street to Mt, Vernon nvcnuo tho
sum or $250.00; . Avondalo street
from Silver street to Blako avenue
tho sum of $300.00; Herr irtreet from
Silver street south to Edwards street
tho sum of $230.00; Superior street
from Prospect; street to Irey avenue
tho sum of $100.00.
In tho aggregate tho sum of Three
Thousand nnd Fifty (3030) Dollars.
All of said Improvements being de
clared to be necessary ror the health
convenience nnd public welfare.
Sec. 2. Said bonds shall be issued
under authority of an act of the
general assembly ot Ohio entitled
"An act to amend sections 2S35, 2830
and 2837 and to repeal section 2837
A ot Iho Revised Statutes authorizing
tho Issue of bonds by cities, villages,
hamlets and townships," passed
April 29, 1902 (93 Ohio laws, page
318 to 322) and all amendments thero
to Including tho amendments, passed
by thd General Assembly "f Ohio
April 22. 23 and 25, 1964, (97 Ohio
Laws, page 291, 190 and 520 respec
tlvelv and Mnrnli 22 mftli fR aiiln
JLaws page C3 to 67 respectively).
They shall bear date not later thnn
the 1st day of December, 1907, and bo
duo and payable as tallows:
One March i, 1909.
One March 1, 1910.
Ono Munch 1, 1911.
Ono September 1, 1909.
Ono September 1, 1910.
One September 1, 1911.
Ono September 1, 1912.
Thoy shall-bo or the-denomination
of Fivo Hundred Dollars each except
last one which shasll be or but Fif
ty Dollars and shall bo numbered
rroni ono to seven both inclusive.
Section 3. Snid bonds shall bear In
terest nt tho rato or" four per cent
per annum payable semi-annually nnd
all tho Interest accruing on snld
bonds shnll mature and bo payublo
on the rirst days or March and Sep
tember ot each year, and tor which
the proper inteiest coupons shall be
attached and mado a part or said'
bonds. Both principles and interest
shnll bo payable at tho offlco of tho
Treasurer of the City or Marion,
Sec. 4. Snld bonds shall be sign
ed by tho Mayor and Auditor of tho
City or .Marlon, Ohio, officially In
their handwriting nnd have affixed
thereto tho corporate seal of said
City. Each coupon shall havo printed
thereon a fuc-slmllo of the signature
of tho City Auditor of tho City or
Marion, Oho, and tho faith, credit
and property of tho city of Marlon,
Ohio nro hereby irrevocably pledged
for the payment of said bonds and
the Interest thereon at maturity.
Sec, (j. Said bonds shall express
upon their fngo tho purpose Tor which
thoy were Issued and that thoy wero
Issued In pursuance to th'ls prdinnnce
nnd shall bo prepared Issued and
delivered under tho direction of tho
Finance Commltteo of' the citv rnnn.
ell nnd tho City Auditor, and, after
having tho samo duly recorded In the
offices of tho City Auditor and tho
Trustees of the Sinking Fund, shall
negotiate and sell tho -samo for nnd
In behalf or the City of Marlon, Ohio,
and In the manner provided by law.
tru. u. nam oonus snail ho first
trustees" refuse in tnin
the same, nt par-and ncrruod Interest
then mild bonds shall bo,i offered nt
public sale, nnd sold In tho manner
provided by law but not for Jess thun
their par value and accrued interest.
Sec, 7. The proceeds of the snin
of Bald bonds shall be paid Into" the
wty Treasury by said Committee of
Finance and set aside In a Fund de
Blgnated ns City's portion of street
improvonip'iit fund. All nremlaum
nnd accrued Interest received from
the sale of said bonds shall be traus-
7CI .vvr,na accrued, interest
1" .,!'Ci' :iB',2 If the
fcrrcd on warrant of ,1110 City Audi
tor to tho Trustees or tho Sinking
Fund of tho City of Marlon, Ohio,
to bo by thorn nppllcd hi tho manner
provided by law.
SJcc. 8. This ordinance slinll bo in
force from nnd after Hs passago and
earliest porlod nllowed by InWi
Passed October 7, 1907.
S. R. RAUHAUSER,
President of tho City Council.
. Approved by tho Mayor, Louis
Attest: William Fles, City Cleric.
Star 10-9-10-07. Mirror 10-10-17-07.
ORDINANCE NO. 93. To levy
sncclnl .nRHtssiiinnts uoon nbuttlm;
property fo pay tho cost and expenso
ui cuiiHirucims improvements iiuruiu-
nftcr designated chargeable by law
against snld property.
Bo It ordained by tho Council of
tho City of .Marlon, State of Ohio:
Sec. 1. That a sticclnl assessment
be levied against tho lots nnd lands
abutting upon the Eastxsldo of Reed
nvcnuo In front of lots No. 2821 nnd
2S22, to pay tho cost nnd expenso of
constructing sandstono sidewalks
alongy said stroct In tho sum of
Slxty-slx (CO) cents per llncncl foot.
Sec. 2. That a special assessment
bo levied against tho lots and lands
abutting upon tho West side of Mad
ison avenuo from Center Btrcet to
present tremUius ot walk to pay (bo
cost and exponso of constructing sand
stone sidewalks along the said street
In the sum ot Slxty-ono (01) cents per
Sec. 3. That it .special assessment
bo levied against the lots, nnd lands
abutting upon both sides of Olney
avenuo from Columbia strcpt to the
terminus of said streot to pay tho
cost and cxpenso of constructing
Bandstono sidewalks along tho said
streot In tho sum of Sixty nnd two
tenths' (CO. 2) cents per lineal root.
Sec. 4. That a special assessment
bo levied ngninst the lots nnd lauds
abutting upon the South sldo of Su
perior street from Delawaro .ivcmto
to Prospect street to pay tho cost nnd
expenso of constructing sandstone
sidewalks nlong the said street In tho
sum of Slxty-ono and six-tenths (01. 6)
cents per lineal foot.
Sec. n. Thnt a special assessment
be levied ngalnst the lots nnd lands
abutting upon the East sldo of Av
ondalo street from tho south line of
Lot No. 7283 to Blako nvenue, nnd
on the West sjde ot Avondnle street
from the bouth line ot lot No. 7281
to Blnke avenue, to pny the cost and
expense of constructing sandstono
sidewalks along thes nld strct In tho
sum of Fifty-nine and one-half
(59 1-2) cents per lineal foot.
Sec. r, Tlm't said assessments shall
bo payable in cash within thirty days
from the dato ot the first publication
of tnls ordlnanco or In one install
ment at tho otrice or the City Treas
urer at Marlon, Ohio, or, at tho op
tion ot the owner In five nnntinl in.
'stnllmeiits with Interest nt tho rahi
oi six per cent, per annum nnu pcn
nlty on deterred payments nt tho
orrico or the County Treasurer after,
the samo have bene certified to tho
County Auditor In tho mnnrier de
scribed 'by Jaw. Said assessment af
ter so certified may, however, bo paid
In full or by any number of install
ments nt any tax pnylng tlmo with
Interest and -penalty on tho samo as
provided by law.
Sec. 7. All moneys collected on
tho nbovo assessments shall bo ap
plied to the payment of tho notes
nnd bonds Issued to cover tho cost
or tho same, nnd tor no other pur
pose. Sec. 8. This ordlliunco shall ho
in rnrco fiom and nrter Its passago
and U'Sal publication.
Passed October 7, 1907.
S. It, RAUHAUSER,
President of tho City Council.
Approved by tho Mnyor, Louis
Attest: William Fles, City Clerk.
Star 10-9-10-07. Mrror 10,-10-17-07.
Tbeodoro Welffenbach. owner of lot
No. 1C08 on tho west sldo of Wat
erloo street. Emmet Decker, owner
or lot No. 559 on tho south ShUi oT
Fredorick street. Non-rcsldent own
ers or proport us, nbovo described,
will take notice that on tho 19th day
or August, 1907, tho Council or the
City ot .Marlon, Ohio, passed a reso
lution to construct sandstone side
walks in accoidanco with tho plans
specifications nnd profiles on fllo In
tho orflco of tho department of Pub
Thn cost of bald Improvement will
bo assosced upon said lots If not con
structed within thirty days as re
quired by law.
Byprdor or the CouTicIl ot tho City
of Marlon, Ohio, CITY CLERK.
Star 10-9-10-07. Mirror 10-10-17-07.
1 -Scaled bids will bo received by
tho Board of Public Service of the
City of Marlon, Slateof Ohio at tho
ofrico or said Board until twelvo (12)
o'clock noon Tuesday,: Oct. 22nd,
1907, ror furnishing tho necessary la
bor and material for the follow
sandstone sidewalks: Mary Street,
bdthv sides from south llnoy of Lincoln
Park addition 4o Garden City Pike.
Garden City Plko, south sldo frpm
Oak to Mary Streets, Oak s'treot, west
side rrom Garden Cty Pike to north
line of lot No. 842'4 Sugar Street
souh side from Davids street to Un
rapher Avenue. Thompson street
east side fiom SUver .street to north
lino of 1$ j-No. -1.101 according to
plans nnd speciricatlnnK on fjln-ln
'Bids for labor and materials must
llin! cnnnMrt nnrl tifflrlnrii nrA Vonhtnkif
to stato explicitly tnu nlnd o& alone r
to ho used mill to furnish a sample
of tho same., .. .
Each bjd must contain full inline
of every person or company intor
csieu in tno. same, ana Uo accom-v
pnnlcd by a bona In the sum pf.
$100.00, to the satisfaction of -the" ,
Donrd, or n certified chock on somo
solvent bank ns n aunninffn Mint "Ir?
tho bid Is nccoptod no ontrnct will be ,
lnntn,1 I.Wrt n...1 lit. .!. -i .... f
jvi.iu.,1 iuw UIIU no liutluilllilllCU liniJJ"
Should any bid bo rejected, Mich,
Jtheck will bo forth wjth returned lo
the blddcr and should any bid. be (ac
cepted such cueclCynWllUDexrctUraei
,upon the properoxecutlfijfclilllftxfi
.Iiik of tho contract, nlililnin.itnrt
!...;., . .... :.,.. .7 .:. .r a"
iuiiuu iu utju inu iMiiuuu lornisi wiuwitr
will bo furnished on application. Tfio?
riRiit is reserved to reject p.ny nnd alt
WILLIAM Kips, Clerk.
Star' and Mirror, 10-10-17-07
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