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THR ARSUP, WE ONES DAY. NOVEMBER 18 lCSa
"Merit talks" the
intrinsic value of
Merit in medicine means the power to
cure. Hood's Karsnparilla possesses actual
and unequalled curative power and there
fore it has true merit. When you bay
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and take it according
to directions, to purify your blood, or
cure any of the many blood diseases, you
are morally certain to receive benefit.
The power to cure is there. You are not
trying an experiment. It will make your
blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus
drive out the germs of disease, strengthen
the nerves and build up the whole system.
Severe Case of Dyspepsia
' I suffered from dyspepsia 20 years. I
had feeling as though there was a lump
in my stomach. I did not dare to cat
meat or warm bread, very few vegetables,
for fear of the great distress food caused
me. I experienced relief right after com
mencing to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. My
appetite increased, I gained in general
health and strength. I can eat almost any
thing now without discomfort. Although
I had been an invalid for twenty years, I
can truthfully say that I am better than
for a long time. I never weighed so much
in my life." Mrh. Emily F. Bump, 45
Portland Street, Middleboro, Mass.
It preiwred only lij C. L Hood A Co., Lowell, Mu.
I r:n easy to buy, easy to take,
HOOd S PlllS easy to update, iioc.
J&ohson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law."
Ofllce li Ruck Islaiid j?at!coal beak balMlo.
9 CWllWIT OtViLU)
Sweeney & Walker
Attorneys and Councillors at Law
OSca la Bscgston block.
Ch&rlei T. Soarle,
Attorney at Law.
Local Daftness of til kinds promptly r.act
In. Bute's Attorney of Buck lind coanrt
iif'cv. 1 teloF.c block.
EfoIInlry & MCcErjIry,
Attorney at Law.
Loan mono on cood setnrltj ; aak. oHm
turn.. Knfernnca, aMicbeU A Ljiule, iMrJt.n
I' nice, Poetuffice blcck.
Dr. John E. Hawthorne.
Hm Distal Fanara, ovai Ila.ta Ji Clmr
i-tM store. Third t.i, an Tweutteva .trsai
Tte iAimx apiAtlnuaaa-a for st 11 oai W. wot.
Dr. J. D. Unanicnt,
Office. V.aem W, Wtitfker B'cki, corner Thire
and Undy strvea, Davatort.
Jr. Clma. M . Robert aon,
Ky. Eur. Nose and Tbruaj Oclj
Ofllce, WaJrtKKar Blocs, soa:l.n nrser Totre
and Brady nwA Damp m, luva. Soon '
a xSlt 'ioor: 9 vo tl a. m 1 to 4 p. n.
PKACBL a KXRK3
Architects and Suporintradenta.
Boom r., M!WJillLjl ol;o.T.. Becuaa
00- P STA.tTDUHA.al
P!ana and superintendence for all
ballduigs. Booms In Unrna block.
Henry Oaetje, Prop.
Cnt Flowers and Detlgni of ell
Vtor,lWToad arena. Telephone 1110.
GET THE BEST
AU Work Guaranteed.
10 THIKD AVE2SUK
DESCR BED BY A MISSIONARY WHO
KNOWS THEM WELL.
Their Appetite For.Hnmaa Flesh. Illos-
t rated by Scenes That Father Allaire
Has Witnessed A Life That Is Con
stantlv Beaet With Cancers. ,
Father Allaire, missionary apoetolio
to the French Kongo, was recently in
France to order a small iron steamboat
to be used in visiting the mission sta
tions, and was persuaded while there
to contribute to Le Correspcndant an
account of bis work and its field. TLe
courageous fathers of the French Catho
lic missions in Africa visit regions hith
erto scarcely known to white men, and.
living habitually far beyond the bounds
of tho new African civilization, have
peculiar opportunities of studying un
modified savage life. Father Allaire has
been for ten years ia the French Kongo,
and lor the last six years at Liranga.
Bis home station of Liranga is sur
rounded by cannibal tribes, and not on
ly has ha time and cgain declined bos
pitable invitations to take part in a can
tubal feast, but more than cuca ho bag
discerned among his neighbors a ban'
kering after his own flesh.
"'on aro wrong," said a cannibal
when the father turned in disgust from
an oiler or human ncsh. 'Yon should
taste it, and after that you'd never turn
away; it is so good.
A cannibal, bearing aloft a bloody
human head, said to the father:
"That is the head cf oae yon knew
well. Wo ate him threo days ago. Be
was delicious. Yon should have come
earlier so as to have a taste. "
Cannibalism is a veritable passion
with some ct the father s black neich
bora. Rescued slaves tell bim, and be
believes it, that there aro in the interior
chiefs who eat no flesh save that of girls
and boys from 10 to 10 years of ace.
He made a journey up the Kongo to the
land of the fierce Bondios, strangers to
bim, with the hope of buying children
out of slavery and taking thera back to
the mission station. When be reached
Kgoinboc, an agglomeration of six or
seven large cannibal villages, be was
constantly saluted with the words:
"Sell ns children. We will buy, but
not sell them."
The cannibals bad evidenntly heard
of bis mission, and the journey was in
vain. When he was about to return, a
chief invited bim to anchor opposite a
village, saying :
"Show your goods there, and my peo
ple will fetch down the slave children
The father accepted the invitation.
climbed with difficulty the steep em
bankment, more than SO feet high, up
on which stood the fortified village, and
entered the place with an interpreter
and a few followers. Sixty savages sur
rounded the priest, and be and tho chief
went through the famous form of blood
brotherhood, each making a slight
wonnd in bis arm and permitting the
outflowing streams of bleed to mingle.
The father then discovered that tiirro
were no women or children in tight,
and that tho points of spcats were trem
bling behind the bouses. The chief sud
denly demanded gifts for himself and
all his men.
There was silecco in the village,
whilo the blacks babbled ceaselessly in
the sun, and the lances peeped out here
and there f rem behind the huts. The
father answered that bo would bo glad
to pay handsomely for any slaves thai
should le brought to the boat. At tin:
the chief seized Lis left hand and bade
him begone. When the father was ready
to make the steep dtscect of the banii,
he saw a stealthy giant just ready to
lance ono cf the men from the steam
boat. His left band still grasped by the
chief, the father aimed Lis uncharged
riflo at tho negro below, and the latter.
dropping his weapen, drew back.
The nest instant tho chief bud pushed
the father over the bank. Be lay stun
ned for a second, but rose unhurt to find
the savage lancets attacking his own
men, and the latter casting themselves
into the river for safety, ijuickly load
ing his rifle, ho turned npen the attack
ing raity, but at sight cf the loaded
weajicn the negroes fled. Once on the
boat tho father found that none cf bis
men was wounded. Ono, the black in
terpreter, was missing, and be was soon
discovered making ready to storm the
village. Be declared tbat with two ri
Acs the miss:ouary.t?arti could sack the
You hear it in nine out
of ten drug stores. .
It is the reluctant tes
timony of 40,000 druggists
that Scott's Fmyfofrn &
the standard of the world.
And isn't the kind all other
try to range up to, tlx kind
for you to buy?
Two sizes, 50c and $Ij00.
pisce, at a wes diEsnsted wten the la
ther refused to undertake the tntk.
"It is curious," said tLe interpreter,
that when these pccplo were making
ready to est yon yon are unwilling to
be revenged on them. "
Be then explained tbat as tbe mis
sionary party clambered vp to the town
the negroes were vowing to bave the
gocds as presents or by force, and that
v.hen the cannibal chief took the priest's
band tbe savage said significantly to bis
"It is well; be has no skin and bis
band is fat. "
Father Allaire says tbat slavery in
bis part of Africa is not a thing of con
stant blows. Its worst feature it tbe
possibility of human sacrifice at tbe
death cf a slaveowner. The slave at or
dinary times may go and come as be
will, subject only to the possibility of
being resold or cf being called to bo fnc
rificcd in order that a dead master may
bavo slave company in another world.
Slavery is worse for children than for
adults, and in parts of the French Kon
go children are csed as money. A pi
rogue is spoken cf as worth so many
slaves. Slave children pcES through the
bands of as many as 20 chiefs. A na
tive law makes a thief canght in tho
act the slave of bis captor, and it is net
unusnal for men to expose valnablo
things, and then lie in ambush to cap
tore and thus enslave any ono that
yields to the temptation to steal the ar
ticle expo&cd. tnnc children aro seized
and enslaved when found r.lone, anil
Afiii-au mothers, who ere most tender
of their lit lis ones, gnard tbein with
2 rent care.
Oat the Lover IlicuT.aS J That Ula Ohlco-
Uoi uai n MntaUea One.
The doting fa'.iior wa3 roflectiva.
"Yon will find Mals?l a splendid
Housekeeper," ho said at last.
The lover's face was blanched.
"I I had not beard of ber accomplish
ments in that direction," be said hesi
"Then it must come to yon in tbe na
ture of a glorious surprise." returned
her father, "for I assure you there is no
mcro careful housekeeper in the city.'
i presume, faltered tho youug man.
that she takes a very pardonable pride
in her ability in that line. '
"Of conrse, o coarse. She is natural
ly proud of her economical management
of a household.
Tho young man groaned.
"I never knew but one woman who
was considered a really first class house
keeper," he said, "and I bad hoped that
Xlabcl would have none of those traits.
I do not like to cat up to an average. "
".bat np to an average!' exclaimed
the old man.
"Yes. According to my understand
ing of the subject, a good housekeeper
is one who allows no waste. She studies
your hunger and your capacity for about
a week, strikas an average and then iu
sists that you must eat up to it ever aft
er. If yon don't eat enough, she crum
bles aboat tbe waste, and if yon eat too
much somebody will find a bhurtago.
and she will call your attention to the
fact tbat yon were far below the average
the day before and caused considerable
"I see your point," returned the old
man, but yon misunderstand me.
said she was a good bonsckeeper, not a
good boarding honso keeper." Chicago
Goes to Church One si Tear.
Of all Catholic sovereigns King Leo
pold of Belgium is assuredly tbe least
devout. He gees to church and attends
divine service ouly ence a year that
is, on bis namesday. A special service
is performed in honor cf the event at
the ancient cathedral of Ste. Gudule,
which everybody belonging to tbe male
sex attends in fall uniform. The king
is received in grand ecclesiastical state
by the prelates of the kingdom and by
tbe clergy of the basilica at tho main
entrance, and marches iu procession np
the central aisle nnder a magnificent
canopy to bis scat within the chancel
rails. He carries in his hand a gorgeous
ly bound mass book, which ho peruses
with an appearance of devotion through
out the ceremony, and which on bis re
turn to tbe palace at Laekeii is locked
up once more out of sight nntil the re
currence cf St. Leopold's day 13 mouths
later. St. Paul Dispatch.
Carried Eia Point.
At tbe Union depot in Padneah the
other day a man walked into tbe bag
gage room carrying a huge three gallon
bucket, loaded to the brim and securely
fastened at the top.
"I want to get this checked to Cincin
nati," be said to the baggage master.
"We can't check anything like that,
be was informed.
He looked perplexed for a moment.
and then walked rapidly cut with the
bucket. In a few moments bo returned
with a large yellow valise that bulged
out suspiciously at the sides, showed hit
ticket, and asked to have the valise
checked. Tbe baggage master eyed it sus
piciously, but bad to check it. The fel
low bad put the bucket in the valise and
thus carried his point. Louisville Courier-Journal.
A Household Hist.
Winks I've get a new way cf sifting
coal at my house.
Binks (with languid interest) Bave
Winks Yes. I used to bave tbe man
pick out the good pieces of coal from the
sifter and throw the rest away. Now I
have bim pick out the cinders and burn
Bints Well, what difference does
Winks (proudly) Oh, aboat two tons
a Tear. Somerville Journal.
The single car propulsion common
' among the boatmen of almost every
, country is on the principle best seen in
tae tail cf tbe fish,
Panier machn anona for horaaa hava
been recently introduced. With, it it
- AN ORDINANCE -
Troviling fur the construction and
eompleUun of a storm draiu uu Twenty-fourth
street and Ninth avenue and
Twenty-fifth street and for the pay
ment of the city's proportion of the
total cost of the same.
W hereas, in consequence of sundry
iimiovenR-utH and territorial changes
ly platting land, a water course car
rying tbe water from the Twenty-fifth
street and Ninth avenne region west
erly to the rirer was changed, causing
he water in case of heavy rains or
storms to spread over pated street
and property abutting thereon, and
fill cellars In the centre ortion of the
city of Itnrk Island, thereby causing
and threatening to cause great damage
to valuable property; ami
Whereas, the City ( oiim-il of the
eilv of Hook Island did on the thir
teenth day of April, A. IX, 1SWJ, para
an ordinance, entitled
for the construction of a storm drain
n the city of Hook Island. Illinois, lie-
irinning at the foot ofTwenty-fourth
street at the point ct intersection of
the centre line of said street with the
Mississippi river; thence southerly on
or near the centre line of said Twenty-
fourth street to a stake, two hundred
and eighty-two nr.d sixteen hundredth
(2S2 16-100) feet north of the centre
of Ninth avenue, (said centre of Ninth
ivenue being the Flack and Indian
Kjundarv line) and twenty-one and
tw3 tenths (212-10) feet east of the
west side of said Twenty-fourth street;
thence, southerly to a stake one hun-
Ircd and forty-two (142) feet north
of the centre of said Ninth avenne, and
fourteen (14) feet east of the west line
of said Twenty-fourth street; thence
southerly and easterly in a curve, to
which the last mentioned line is
tangent, with a radius of one hundred
and forty-nine and ei-rlit tenths (149
3-10) feet for so much of a circle a
will be measured by an arc of one hun
dred and seven degrees and fifteen
minutes; thence easterly along a
tangent to said curve, fifty-six and
seventy-five one hundredths (56 75-100)
feel; thence easterly and southerly
along a curve, to which the last men
tioned line is a tangent, with a radiur
of one hundred, and ninety-three and
two-tenths (193 2-10) feet, for mo much
of a circle as will lie measured by an
arc of eighty-seven degrees and fifteen
minutes; thence easterly along a tan
gent, to said last mentioned curve.
seventv-four (74) feet.
The estimated cost of which storm
drain is about $lG.ooo.OO which cost is
bv the terms of said ordinanceto be
raised by special assessment; and
Whereas, the commissioners appoint
ed by the County Court of IJoek Island
county to make said special assess
ment have estimated tbat 75 per cent
of said total cost will lie of lienrfit to
the public, and bave assessed the cily
of Hock Island to this extent, and
Whereas, the said improvement pro
vided for by said ordinance is now in
?ourse of construction and ncarin? its
completion, and tbe said city of Hock
Island is called upon to pay its said
proportion of said cost; and
Whereas, this condition has arisen
afl-r the annual appropriation has
been made, therefore, be it ordained by
the City Council of the city of Itock
Sec. 1. That an emergencv exists,
See. 2. That said storm drain now
in course of construction be completed
according to the ordinance providing
for its construction and the plans and
specifications adopted by the said
Council and on file in the office of the
City Clerk of said citv.
Sec. 3. That the Mayor and the
finance committee of the said Coucil of
the city of Kock Island be authorized
,ind directed to borrow a sufficient
nmcnnt of money to provide for the
payment of the proportion of the total
cost of said improvement assessed
against said city on such terms as may
be most favorable and advantageous to
the city of Jlock Island.
Tassed November 9, 1S98.
A. P. Huesing, . B. F. Knox,
City Clerk. Mayor.
For CoBetmtlua t iMewalbs la tae Cly
Be it ordntnrd by Ike Cltr Cosncll ot the
Citjr o' 7.ock Inland:
Section U That turre ball'tra oo5tnirtr4
ia tbe city ot Ilwk Iiiand sidewalks of aood
pavine; brick, which sldewalka shall b laid
In tlie manner at the locations and shall be of
tbe width as hereinafter specified, tbal Is to
The said sidewalks shall be cons:rutrd In
such manner that tbe top of the edge thereof
which touches upon the line of tbe hereinaf
ter set out fronts of tbe hereinafter ile-rtbeo
blocks, lota, parts of kia and tra-ta of lacd
aha.il be upon the outward or buildlnc lines cl
tbe streets and avenues upon which tbejr are
to be constructed aad shall Iodine dowuward
from aald outward or building lines toward
the centre of tre respective streets upon
which the said sidewalks are to be construc
ted at the late of one-halt m Inch per foot
for the entile width. The rart of the afreets
upen which ssid sldewalka are to be laid shall
he first bro-JKht tn such a irrade as will cause
the top of the sidewalks when laid to con
form to the foregolna; requirements. On tbe
bed thus formed there shall be spread liver
iHsna v-- iur uvviu i .in incnea. and upon
this bed of sand there shall be laid rood fv
inic brick npon the fiat surface placing them
close tocether. The material and construc
tion of the work eaall be ucder the supervis
ion of and auhject to the approval of tbe sup
erintendent of streets, the Mayor and Street
and Alley Committee of the City Council of
Said sidewalks shall be built touching upon
tbe line of tbe following fronts for the whole
width or lenctbs ot such fronts of the follow
ing described lota. pen. of lots, block, sad
tracts of land, all situated In the eJ'y of
Rock Island. In the eownty of Rork Island and
state of Illinois: said several walka shall be
of the width of Sve (6 1 feet and shall be on
and atong the following: streets and avenues
Property list for sidewalks In Second ward
tn rlty of Rock Islsnd. Illinois:
NINTH STREET. CHirAOO OR LOWER AD
DITION rlLOTK 1.
East SO feet let one. Louis rpdvka. Its feet.
Lot ten, Charles Otters, ltd (set.
Lot one (except the north IS ftt abw east
128 feet of lot seven. Catherine III. 117 fesC
Lot eight. Michael Sena. Us fort.
Lot oae. north half. Olaf 8. Bwsasua. CI f
Lot m. sowth half. Jams Owansu J Um.
STerts, ts ssas
Lot cevea. The Deutsche Evangelical Fried-
engemeiadr. S4 feet.
La4 eirht. north 4 of north H. Josephine
Crown, t'hi.'aro. III.. Iml
Int eight, sonth half of north half, Nels
Johnson. K fert.
It elxht. tooth half. Lswrence Kramer. CI
North 40 feet, Paulina Schmidt. 40 feet.
North 44 of south W Wllltua Runtmh.r'h
South t of south U. Julius Zlamer. eft feet.
North 4 feet. Julius aad Mary Ziamcr and
. 11. Kelly. 40 feet.
South S of north Vj. Uartla Certh. 40 feet.
North L, of south Oeoree Itownlti. r..
Jamea Downing, Thomas Downing and P. IX
rvriiT. v I cel.
South 40 feet, Thomas Williams, 40 feet.
North H. Cbrlstlsn Schatx. (si feat.
South Msry Johnston, s feet.
Lot sis. Gottlieb llertolf. feet.
Lot seven, Uottlleb Iteerotf, measure.
Lot five. Richard i. Kendall. 1S feet,
li el. Peter tVKarrrll. cl feet
Lot twelve, Kara A. Crubaugh. 13 feet.
I-ot 5. wet ! feet. Pauline lehnerer. Mary
Lehnerer. tleorge Lrbnerer. William Lehneter
md Li-hnerer. 131 f.t-t.
Suh lot A. Julius Ithooee and Rosalie
Ohonee. S4 6-IS feet.
I twelve. John Duras and Henry Purns.
I &-f feet.
I.nt four and the north U feet of lot five.
William f.oih. 2m feet.
The north 7 feet of south 110 feet of M
Ive. Iurs lllll. 7w feet.
fcuuth 40 feet of lot five, William Roche, 46
North 40 feet lot four. John J. Sneneer. 4"
South 40 feet of north SO feet, lot four. J.
Bttnrr. 4 feet.
North 40 feet of south U of lot four. O. A.
Vint h. feet.
North 20 feet of south 40 feet of lot four. AS-
ia o. Johnnm. 20 feet.
South M feet of lot four ex rent south 2 feel,
t Inch. P. O. Annetauln. IS feet.
t-outn : tret I inch of lot four and aorta 37
eei of let Ave.11. Oehlerman. z fret. I Inch.
South lr3 feet lot Ira. Georre Downing. Sr..
lames iwwninc. TLomaa Downing, r. it. Kci-
iy, 13 feet.
South 120 feet of lot four. Elizabeth fleck.
North H lot five. F. Ooettetman. SO feet.
South '- lot five. William Kurth. no feet.
rWKLFTH STKERT ANH KlrTM AVKNTK
OLItTOWN OK KOCK ISLAND. KU K
lt ten. Swedish Evangelical Lutheran
Church. 150 feet.
:il!CA(20 LOWER ADDITION DLOCK-
North IIS feet lot one, . II. Folsom and
lelen Folsom. IK feet.
South H fiet lot one. alley for Use of II. D.
Poltom, E. D. Folsom and Helen Folaora. 14
North H lot ten. 11. Cramer and unknown
jeirs or K. s. Krvhury. feet.
South t lot iu, Matilda Coaroy and MatlMa
Ulchy. hi feet.
HEr.t 11KR S RE-PLAT OF TILOTK 42 IN
CHICAGO OR LOWER ADDITION.
Lot 1 least front I J. 1). lieecher, 42J feet.
Lot 2. J. D. li.-evbcr. 4 feet.
Lot 3, J. D. lteerher, 40 feet.
Lot 4. J. D. !;eecher, 40 feet.
Lot 5. J. 1 1. Ileecher. feet.
lot S. Andrew J. Anderson. 40 feet.
lu-elnnlng at pclnt In west line of Twelfth
4treet In city of Kock Island. 2m feet soutbjer-
y from the northeast corner ot lltork ti In
be Chicago or Lower Addition, thence scjIt
y parallel with the north line of said block
120 levt: thence southerly parallel with
Twelfth street CO feet more or less to the
outh line of lot 2 In said block 77 and of out
lot Ct In Section 35. In township in. 2 west f
tn r. it.: tnen to tne easterly line of
ml lot S. being west line of Twelfth street,
'hence northerly to tbe place of beginning,
xcf-pt tract sold to and owned by O. W.
'lunUey on north aide thereof, Theodore Hot'
UCKCIIKH S HE-PLAT OF ItLOCK 42 IX
CHICAGO OK LOWER ADDITION.
iMt 12. Frank J. t'-rry. 4 feet.
Lot 13. John Lynch. 4i feet.
Lot 14. Kmtlte A. Sleirnarincr. 40 feet.
Lot 1 (fronting on Filth avenue, J. D.
U ln r. 1j feet.
Proiierty list for ldewalka In Third ward In
iiy or Kock Island:
r-IFTII AVKNIi:. TIIOMPSOX & WKLLS"
V.'iM Ti feet. Jena P. Jensen. fS feet.
Kant SO feet. Hans P. Jorgt-nson, 2x3 feet.
jot h. Kll7.nl. tli iv.arn. rJl.l f., t.
i-'IKTH-AND-A-HALF AVEXt'K. THOMPSON
WKI.UH- All I T iiv. i iH'K .
North Si feel of lot one and east Sm of lot 2.
Jl.irsaret r-taunacs. .. leet.
West i, hit 2 and east h lot 2. Arthur L.
ilrula. k. M.J feet.
Wet S lot 3. Margaret Stauheck. 2.t feet.
Kant u lot 4. Nicbolaa Holhwell. 2t. feet.
Went lot 4 and east S lot 6. Mary IUi.-y.
V ee Ir.f K. Nellie Simmbs. !:. feet.
iEVfcNTH AVKNt K. lit IIKR PKCTX' AD
Lot 24. Constantlne MuU k. 100 feeC
Lot 21. Ignsts flutier. b) fei.
Lot Is. AukusU B. potties. kl.I feet.
0LACK HAWK ADDITION HUK.K ONE.
Lot 21. iieiman G. Kurth. IA l-et.
West X, feet lut 23. Robertha A, LUachett.
rUt ii feet lot 23. Wtllam E. Italler, tS. feet.
Proiierty list lor sidewalks la Siath watd In
:lty of Itotk Island:
HOWARDS ADDlTIOX-I.UtCK 1
Lot 1. (east sMcl Rnra Nash, tin feet.
C. LYNOK'fc ADDITION ItlAH'K I.
Lot 4. (east front) Janie. McC.rahle. Net
tie M.-Conochte. and William McCunochte,
cuaTdtan. Ire feet.
O EX ERA L RODM A V A I iDITIOX lllOTK t
Lim s. Martha A. Hodman. John It. Itodmaa
Florence IC Hutler. Robert S. Itodmaa, A. it.
Roiiman and Ella li- Ayrra, IM fee.
Lot i. Martha A. Hodman. John It. Rodman,
rw.tcnce R. Hutler. Robert S. Il'alman. A, U.
Rolmaa and Ella R. Aire.. M feet.
Lot 4. Martha A. Hodman. John R. Rodman,
f'loreute K. Hutler. Robert 8. Hodman, A. 11.
lUMiman ana bun u. Ayres. v feet.
JOHN WAHVER S hi II-DIV1SIOX.
Lot Z. Joseph MrOuald. ' feet.
Property Hat for aidrwalka la Seventh ward
In city of Rock l.isid:
COLLEGE HEIGHTS ADDITION DLOCK L
IxH S. W. J. 11. Kerr. 1J0 feet-
Sec 2. Tbat the whole cost and expensa of
tne improvement oioerea in section one of
this ordinance and of the matertata and con
struction of aald aldewatka. and of levying
and collecting of aald special tag aha II be
raiMd and paid by special taxation of the
said blocks, lots, parts of lot., and tracts of
land touching upon tbe line where acid aide-
walks are hereinabove ordered: and aald .nee
la I taxation aball be levied upoa each of said
blocks, lets, narta of kits aod tracts of land
of tbe whole cost of making auch aldewalk tn
front of auch lot. pact of hlorks. lota, parts of
iot. or tr.'ts of land, respectively.
Sec. S. Tbat the owner or owners of any
lot. block, or piece of lard front Ins on or
touching upon tbe line of the Improvement or
acred In section 1 or tnis ordinance, and the
sidewalk so ordered to be constructed shall he
allowed fifteen iit daya after the time at
which Mid ordinance shall take effect In
which fo build such sidewalk oppnalta bis land
said owners Cisy nave the option of aunstltni
Ing stone or tile Inetesd of paring brick.
See. 4. That Alderman Johnson. Alderman
Maurker and Alderman Gall he aad are here
by appointed a eotntnttiee to make an esti
mate of the cost of aald Improvement Includ
ing labor, matertata and cost of surveying,
assessing the coet of said Improvement and
collecting tbe speeisl tax therefor aad ail
other MnMiiM alfa.riin. , h, . . n. ,
See. K. All ordtnaners or parts of ordlnan
' res heretofore passed whtrh are Inconsistent
or In eonfitrt with tbe prnetstoas of this er-
omsnce are nereoy repealed.
Passed November 1. ISM.
Approved: B. F. KNOX. Mayor.
Attest: A. D. IH'EflNQ. City Clark.
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