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AKRON 'DAfifcY DEMOCRAT
TUESDAY, OOT, 21, 1002.
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WANTED-MALE HELP.
(WANTED Two plumbers; good
wages; steady employment. Canal
Fulton Water Works Co. 155-100
CWANTED Wide awake errand boy.
A. Polsky's Dry Goods Store.
150-1CS
ANTED Men Our Illustrated cata
logue explains how wo teach barber
trade In short time, mailed free.
Molcr College, Chicago, Ills. 151 tf
WANTED FEMALE HELP
iW ANTED Ladles to learn halrdress
Ing, manicuring and facial massage;
four weeks completes. Catalogue
mailed. Molcr College, Chicago,
Ills. 151 tf
(WANTED-Glrls at the Goodyear The
& Rubber Co., East Akron. 152-tf
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(WANTED Girl or mlddlo aged woman
for light housework. German pre
ferred. No washing. Apply 125 N.
High st. lDG-lKf
liADIES To work for us on sewing
machines at home. Materials fur
nlshed any distance. Good wages.
Stamped envelope for particulars.
Arnold Co-opcratlvo Sowing Co.,
BO. End, Boston. 148-150
iW ANTED Good girl for general
housework. Inquire at 128 South
Maple st. 140tf
fail- ... .
iW ANTED At once, 3 lady agents to
handle a good selling article. Salary
$6 per week and :ommlssIon. En
quire room 1, Arcade. 114-tf
.
WANTED 50 girls Immediately. Tho
Werner Company, Akron,' O,
140-lCO
WANTED SOLICITORS Ladles or
gentlemen. Big results from n few
hours work each day. Apply at
once. No experience required. For
particulars lnqulro at Dcmoctnt
office. tf.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS
Wanted Reliable nerson each dls
' trlct to manage business for eld j
house. Salary $18 weekly. Expenses
advanced. Permanent position. En
close self-addressed envelope. Man
ager, 332 Caxton bldg, Chicago.
113-102
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WIANTED At once, soveral good
agents, (male). Steady employment.
Good pay. Call at 202 W. Market.
150-15h
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iWANTED Men or women to repre-
sent largo responsible firm $2.50 a"
day and expenses guaranteed. Perma
nent position and promotion to tho
right people. Apply to E. E. Craw
ford, 803 Everett building. 153-100
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. .
FOR SALE Horse and buggy. Will
sell cheap If sold at once. Call at
531 E. Buchtel ave. . 154-150
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FOR SAiLE Cheap, If sold this week.
Horse, harness and buggy. Enqulro
205 Glenwood ave., city.
150-158
FOR SALE Good road horse, price,
$150. Call Bell phone 440. 153-tf
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FOR RENT ROOMS.
FOR RJBNT 5 rooms at 140 N. Sum
mit. Inquire on premises.
155-157
FOR RENT Furnished room, now1
house, with nil modern conveniences,
good location, near to Howard st.
Enquire 313' Bowery. 154-u
FOR RENT 1 nlco unfurnished rooms.
Inquiro 123 Silver st. 155,157
FOR RENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT 7 room house, 232 Bel
lows st.; furnace and cistern. En
qulro Win. M. Buchtel, 140 South
Balch. Bell 'phone, Brown, 2171.
151-tf
ttTOft RENT Six room houso 210 Sec
ond ave., enqulro of AVm. Buchtel,
140 S. Balch, Bell phone, Brown 2471.
, 157-tf
FOUND
FOUND Tho best placo to borrow
money privately on furniture, with
out removal; easy terms. N. M.
Berk, 103 S. Howard, both phones.
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I0ST
LOST A gentleman's diamond rlug,
weight, 2 karets. Reward If return
d to Wm. Noal at Elks' club.
150-158
LOST Monday night, between Cedar
st. and Colonial theatre, beaded purse
containing small sum of money.
Finder please return to this offlco
and receive suitable rward.
157-150
Head Democrat liners.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
illilU lllwn I 1 I f
FOR RENT-Blacksmllh hop, with
established trade, at (lit) Mill st.
rossossl6n given n,t once. (Sail at 025
Mill st. 107.158
WILL THE PARTY who. Picked up
light overcoat In "East. Market street
car, Sumhty evening, leave snnio at
White & Dletz Lumber Co., 'East
Akron( 1G0-15
LADIES' TAILORING nnd dress
making; also evening cutting and
sewing school. People's phono 10-1 1.
Mrs. M. Dugan, 131 S. Howard st.
130-104
LOIE HONG LOW Yako Mah-Thc
Leading Chinese Restaurant. Open
day and ulght-CHOP SUEY-Sam
Chong, proprietor, 107 East Market
St., 2nd Floor, Akron, O. Chinese
nnd American Dishes served at all
hours.
THE DRY GLOVE CLEANER Is tho
best preparation yet discovered for
cleaning i.id Gloves. For sale only by
us, In the Glovo Dept., which Is tho
most complete department In tho Stato
of Ohio. Prlco 15c. Daguc Bros. & Co.
MONEY TO LpAN on real cstato
nnd household furniture, pianos,
horses nnd wagons, etc. Speclnl at
tention given to the collection of
rents. Open ovonlngs.
c m. Mcknight,
Room 17, Arcade. Phone, Peo. 037.
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HUMMEL'S HACK LINE.
Hacks leave Barberton 0:30 a. m.,
and 4:45 p. m.
Leave Doylestown 8 a. m. and 8 p.
m.
SPECIAL ORDERS
GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
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Increase your estate nt once! You
can do this on the rtlowpay plan easy,
accommodating, satisfying, suro. Get
details free. No importunity.
PENN MUTUAL LIFE.
JOHN C. BLOOMFIELD, Agt.
fchuninchor Block. Tel. 015.
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THE DICKSON TRANSFER CO.
Coal, transfer and livery.
Packing, moving and storing of goods,
coaches, coupes und carriages for fu
nerals, weddings, parties and callings.
Offices Nos. 123-125 Carroll st, Tel.
300. No. 110 N. High st. Tel. 42.
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FOR SALE REAL ESIAT3
FOR SALE By Henry Holtz, Abbey
block, Peo. phone, 2 on 1380:
100 LuSalle, 3 rooms, $800.
1304V6 S. High, 4 rooms, $750.
100 E. Vorls, 5 rooms, $1250.
310 W. North, 11 rooms, $1250.
100 Pearl, 0 rooms, lot 100x100, $2000.
700 N. Howard, 8 rooms, $2300.
1220 S. Main, 5 rooms, $2500.
174 S. Maple, 7 rooms and bath,
modern, $2SQQ.. 'Don't fall to see this.
31l'SpIcer, 7 rooms.lot '58x200, $3000.
flguro this as an Investment.
Splendid home on N. Howard St.,
for $1800, worth $2500. See about it.
Farms of 5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 40, 03, GO,
73, 82. 100, 135, 105, 170v 108 acres for
sale or trade. Open Saturday evenings.
Business, for saje, by C. H. & S. B.
Jones. People's phone 452. Lunch
counter nnd cigar store, doing good
business; grocery store, good location
and low rent. 150 tf
FOR SALE By Brouso & Holllngcr:
0 room house nenr 'the street car
barn, 111 Gets? st., good cellar, cistern,
gas, fruit of all kinds, largo lot, $1500.
8 room house, 711 Homo, $1250.
200 W. South, cornor Boulpvard,
$800.
108 May court, 0 rooms, cistern, sew
cr, gas, good lot, $1350.
Adams st., 8 rooms, lot 70x200, gas,
fruit, well, $1800.
305 Sumner St., 11 rooms, 2 kinds
gas, 3 kinds water, slate roof, flag walk,
$2500.
Nlco farm, 52 acres, within two
miles of Akiont only $3100.
, 100, 111, 113 and ,117 Blttman st.,
0 rooms, $1000 each.
t " good now 0 room bouses on Long
st well, gns, $1j50 each.
105 Clmmplaln near Johnson, gas,
sower, well, cistern, lino place, $1500.
300 Washington St., corner Cross, 0
rooms, good business corner, $2500.
A 7 room house,' West Cedar sf.,
npmuawory,. cistern, gas, $1400.
A now house, now vacant 102 Boulevard,-
near Thornton, 8 rooms, $1500.
125, 127 and .120 West Crosier, now,
0 room houses, $1400each.
410 Sweltzer ave., 0 rooms, gas, good
jur, cneap, $iauu.
101 and 100 Iron st., 0 room house,
gas, sewer, city water, $1000.
817 Second st, North Hill, slato roof,
gas, furnace, complete, $1000.
A 0 room houso on Benjamin st, 100,
newly repaired, $1550.
Tho above nro. n fnw of tho many
properties wo haye for sale.
Call nnd see our whole list,
BROUSE & HOLLINOER,
220. South Main St. 157-150
FOR SALE-Two building lots near
the now Miller school nnd Fourth
Church of Christ. A bargain., Ad
dress, Real Estate, care Democrat
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.
FOR 8ALE-0 room house, good re
pair largo Jot, ff Union, $1450., f250
down, balance easy payments, F.
J. Wcttncu, Hamilton building. MOtf
KOll HALE-By O. H. & 8. H. Jones.
People's phono 402.
10 ucrca, very fertile land, 3-1 mllo
from city limits.
Good lot, 00x150 feet, on car line,
?100.
3 lots with 3-room cottage and barn,
only 5050.
7 room house, furnace, gas, sower
and water, only 4 minutes' walk from
corner Main nnd Exchange; a bargain
at $1700. 150 tf
FOB SALE-By II. C. Busby-Rooln
8, Kelly block. Pco, phone, 878:
Good 0 loom house on West Miller
ave, with largo lot, $25.00 down, and
balance on easy monthly payments.
A good lot on Mills nvc., near Buch-
tol college, nt n bargain If Bold soon.
Money to loan at 0 per cent.
150-tf
FOR SALE Parkhlll & Sharp, 180
S. Main. Pco. phono 2 on 1113. The
following nro bargains:
Market and Summit, 0 rooms, mod
ern, ifaouu. iu.i . uroaaway, 10
rooms, modern, $1700. 110 Acklcy
st., 0 rooms, now, $000. Newton Falls,
50 aero farm, $1100. Kent, 33 acres,
flno Improvements, $2750.
FOR SALE By -3. I, Bachtel, 188 S
Howard fit. Phono 722.
Two now houses, Bowery st., 6
rooms, cemented cellars, gas and well,
only $1350 each.
Good 5 room houso Benjamin st.,
cemented cellar, gas, bargain, $1100.
0 rooms, Andrus st., cemented ccl
'lar, furnace, gas, cistern, well, fruit,
good home, only $2050.
COG Allyn, 7 rooms, well, barn, fruit,
$1400 If sold soon.
108 Amherst, gas, fruit, well, bar
gain, $1200.
102 Malllson ave., 0 rooms, gas, wa
ter, aero, $1250.
One good lot Bachtel ave., $400.
Money loaned nt lowest rates.
152 tf
FOR SALE Six room, modern house,
for less than cost of building; lot
about 50x105; owner lives out of
town; price $1300. Inquiro 121
Sherman st. Peo. phone 1783. G.
Thiese. 154-150
CASPER ZINTBL
MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS
OF BRUSHES.
Orders promptly attended to.
155 South Main st., Akron, O.
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COAL.
A. D. ELLIS,
COAL AND MOVING VANS, GEN
ERAL TEAMING
and transferring. Parcels and trunks
delivered. Transient and boarding
stable. Offlco and stable, 228-230 W.
Market st ?'oth phoneB No. 207.
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CLOTHES FRESSmU
Akron Clothes & Pressing Oo
Regular Fri09.
Full suits, sponged and pressed. .75c
Overcoats, sponged and pressed. .50c
Pants, sponged and prosscd 25c
Cleaning business suits $2.00
Pants cleaned 75c
Goods called for and delivered to
nny part of the city. Mall orders giv
en piompt attention. People's phon
754; Bell 2801 green.
310 East Mill st.
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MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN on REAL -ESTATE
$100 $600
$200 $700
$300 $S00
$400 $000
$500 $1000
Hale & Coates, 814 Everett bldg, Tel,
People's 877 Otf
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MONEY ADVANCED
ON SALARIES.
Without mortgage or collateral se
curity. Rates reasonable and nil
transactions treated confidentially.
Open till 8 p.m.; Saturday till 0 p.m.
The Salary Discount Co.
Pco: phono 710. 112 Hamilton Bldg.
AGENTS WANTED-Qulck seller.
Groat big profit sell anywhere.
Geneva Remedy Co., 125 So. High
st. Open evenings 0:30 to 8. HOtf
Telephone 655
P. T. McCourt
FOR FINEST
Coaohes In the City.
On call at all times.
Pull Line of Livery.
,A11 cushion tlrw. Largpstinovjng
vans in 'the city. Best of srrvlco guar,
untccd. Prices reasonable. Both phones.
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SOMETHING NEW
and needed by every mnn. Our IJ.OOO
.combination ACOIIJENT Policy, cost.
Inn lmtfltty cents per month, covering
Mluccldnntinnd nil occupation! under
a new plan. IMO.ttO already pnld In
claims, ftend for circular!. AGENTS
WANTED. Good firltory. Liberal
termi. Addiesi National Accident
Booloty, 80 Broadway, N. V. Kstab.
lUbed 19 yenrs.
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Tliere li fcarcoly nny condition till r-ealth
that Is not bond ted by tbe occasional uie
t a n.I.P.A.N.8 Tabule. For sale by Dntg
CUts. Tbo Five.ceul packet 1 onodeUar
an ordinary occailon. The family bottle,
M oents, contain! a supply for a year.
Textile Mfg. Co
Awniii&s and Tents
Horse, wagon and
Floor Covers
Gymnasium Mats
and Rope3
Anything mado from Canvas, by
hand or machine.
People's phones Business hours
No. 737; nny other time, No. 005.
135 South Main St.
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LEGAL NOTICES.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sonlcd proposals will be received,
on or before 12 o'clock. M. of Wed
nesday, October the 20th, 1002. by tho
County Commissioners of Summit
County nt their office in the county
court houso nt Akron, Ohio, for tho
building up of n second story, nnd
tho re-rooflng of tho present ono story
lnsnnc wing at the Summit County
Infirmary located west of tho city of
Akron, Ohio. Plans can bo seen on
flle at tho Commissioners' office or nt
tho office of F. O. Wear', architect,
In tho Akron Savings Bank building.
The Commissioners reserve tho right
to accept any or to reject all bids.
By order of the Commissioners.
,- L. E. SISLER, Auditor.
Sept. 30 Oct. 7-14-21-28.
AKRON-OFFICIAL
AN ORDINANCE
Of tho city of Akron, Ohio, author
izing the" Issulug of bonds in nntlcl
patlon of tho collection of special as
sessments, for the Improvement of
West Market street, from Kudcr
nvenuo to tho west corporation lino.
Section 1. Bo In ordained by tho
Council of tho City of Akron Ohio,
two-thirds of all tho members elected
thereto concurring, that tho Mayor nnd
Clerk of said city, in the manner pro
vided by chapter two, of division
nine, of title twelve, of part first of
tho Revised Statutes of Ohio, be and
they are hereby authorized and empow
ered to Issue the bonds of said city for
the purpose of providing a fund for
the immediate payment of the cost and
expense of 'improving West Market
street from Kuder avenue to the west
corporation line, to the amount of $25,
000, and in the denominations and pay.
nblo at tho times following, to-wit:
7 bonds, of $500 each, payable in
one year from date.
7 bonds of $500 each, payable In
two years forn date,
i 7 bonds of $500 each, payable in
three years from date.
7 bonds of $500 ench, payable in
four years fronl date.
7 bonds of $500 each, payable in
five years from date. '
7 bonds of $300 each, payable in
six years from date.
S bonds 'of" 300. each, payable In
seven years' from date.
Sec. 2. That the said bonds shall be
dated November 20, 1002; shaiixprcss
upon their face tho name of tho
street and tho portion there
of to bo Improved; shall cite
the Stato law and the City
ordinance authorizing their Issue; shall
bear a rate of Interest not exceeding
5 per cent per annum payable semi
annually; shall ho signed by the Mayor
and City Clerk and shall have nfflxed
thereto the corporation seal of the City
of Akron; shall have interest coupons
attached duly signed by the City Clerk,
and shall be payable, both principal
and interest, at the National Park
Bank, New York City, nnd shall be
sold under tho directum of the Com
mittee on Finance of the City Coun
cil, nt not less than their par value.
Sec. 3. That "upon tho sale of said
bonds, the proceeds thereof, shall be
plnced In the city treasury, and said
assessments and all portions thereof
when collected, shall be applied to the
payment of said bonds nnd interest
thereon as the same Bhall become due,
and to no other purpose whatsoever.
Sec. 4. That tho faith and credit of
the City of Akron are hereby ple'dgcd
for tho payment of both principal
nnd Intei est of said bonds at maturity.
Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take ef
fect and bo In force from and after
its passage and legal publication.
Passed Oct. 13, lp02.
J. W. SEIDELL,
Prcs. City Council.
CHAS. H. ISBELL,
City Clerk. Oct 20-21
AN ORDINANCE
Of the city of Xkron, Ohio, author
izing the Issuing of bonds in antici
pation of tho collection of special as
sessments for tlw construction of n
local sewer in nndnlong State street,
from n point 150 feet ea&torly from
Center street t6 n point 150 feet
easterly from Locust street. '
Section 1. Bo In ordained by tho
Council of the City of Akroin Ohio,
two-thirds of oil the members elected
thereto concurring, that tho Mayor and
Cleik of said city, in tho manner pro
vided by chapter two, of division
nine, of title twelve, of port ilrst, of
tbo Revised Statutes of Ohio, bo and
they are heieby authorised and empow
ered to lssuo the bonds of said city for
tho purpose of providing a fund for
the immediate payment of tho cost and
expense of constructing a local sewer
In nnd along State street, from a point
150 feet easterly from Center street
to a point 150 feet easterly from Lo
cust street, to the amount of
$800, nnd in tbo denominations
and payable at the times following,
to-wit:
2 bonds of $100, payable In 1 year
from date. '
3bonds of $100 payable In two years
from date.
3 bonds of $100, payable in thrco
yenrs from date.
Sec. 2. That tho said bjiids shall bo
dated November 20, 1002; shall expresn
upon their foco tho name of tbo
sewer and tho purpose of their Issue;
sliall clto the Stato law nnd tho City
ordinance authorizing their lssuo; shall
bear a rate of iuxest not, exceeding
B per cent, per annum payable semi
annually; shall behjaecibthe Mayor
AKRON-OFFICIAL
and City Clerk nnd shall liave affixed
thereto tho corpointlon seal of the City
of Akron; shall have Interest coudoiih
attached duly signed by tho City Clerk,
and shall be payable, both principal
and Interest, nt tho National Park
Bnnk, New York City, and shall bo
sold under tho direction of tho Com
mittee on Flnanco of tho City Coun
ell, at not less than their par value.
Sec. 3, That upon tho snlo of said
bonds, the proceeds thereof shall no
placed In tho city trcasurj'f ond said
assessments and nil portions thereof
when collected, shall be applied to the
payment of said bonds nnd Interest
thereon ns tho same shall become due,
and to no other purpose whatsoever.
Sec. 4. That the faith nnd credit of
tho City of Akron arc hereby pledged
for tho payment of both principal
nnd Interest of said bonds at maturity.
Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take ef
fect and bo In forco from and after
Its passage and legal publication.
Posted Oct. 13, 1002.
J. W. SEIDELL,
Prcs. City Council.
CHAS. H. ISBELL,
City Clerk. Oct 20-21
AN ORDINANCE
Adopting a plan of sowcrage and
drainage for n portion of the city
of Akron, nnd designating such por
tions of the work ns are required for
immediate use.
Be it ordained by the Council of the
city of Akron, Ohio:
So.. 1. Two-thirds of nil the mem
bers elected thereto concurring, that
the plans of sewerage and drainage
prepared by the City Civil Engineer,
and on file In his office for that part
of the city of Akron known ns sewer
district No. 0 is required for
Immediate ute, and such system of
sowcrage ond drainage is hereby de
signated as follows:
A main trunk sewer In nnd along
Meadow alley, from Wolf street to
Bell street; thence In and along Bell
street, from Meadow alley to Poplar
street; thence In and along Poplar
street about ono hundred and forty
(140) feet to an alley.
Sec. 2. This ordinance shall take
effect nnd be In force from and after
Its passage and legal publication.
Recommended by the Board of
City Commissioners.
CHAS. H. ISBELL, Clerk.
J. W. SEIDELL,
President City Council.
Passed Oct. 13, 1002.
CHAS. H.' ISBELL.
City Clerk.
Oct. 20, 21.
AN ORDINANCE
To levy a special tax upon all the lots
and lands benefited by tho construc
tion of a sower In and along Com
nilns street, from Wooster avenue
to Bowery Btrcet.
Be It ordained by the Council of the
city of Akron, Ohio:
Sec. 1, That the assessment of the
cost and expense of constructing a
local bower In nnd nlong Commlns
street, from Wooster avenue to Bow
ery street, ns reported to this Coun
cil by Ebenezer Lewis, George Wetz
steln and T. J. Kelly, three disinterest
ed free-holders of the corporation ap
pointed June 17, 1002, for that pur
pose, bo and the same is hereby con
firmed, nnd that there be nnd hereby
Is levied nnd assessed on all the lots
and lands and parcels thereof describ
ed In said report and In said ordinance
to construct passed May 10, 1002, the
said several amounts as in said report
set forth. (
Sec. 2. That the ownefs of the lots
nnd lands and parcels thereof benefited
by wild construction upon which the
satd sums are nssessed, shall pay the
amount of rald several assessments
to the Treasurer of tho city of Akrou,
Ohio, In lluc-o (3) equal, annual Install
ments, on or before the 20th day of
August, In the years 1003, 1004 and
1005, or be subject to the Interest and
penalty allowed by law; and, In case
of default of payment ns herein pro
vided, tho City Clerk of said city 1b
hereby directed to certify any unpaid
assessment to the Auditor of Summit
county, Ohio, to be placed upon the
tnx duplicate for collection.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take
effect and bo In forco from and after
Its passage and legal publication.
Passed Oct. 13, 1002.
J. W. SEIDELL,
President City Council.
CHAS. H. ISBELL,
City CleTk.
Oct. 20, 21.
AN ORDINANCE
To levy a special tax upon al the lots
and lnnds'beneflted by the construc
tion of a local sewer in nnd along
Splccr street, from Exchange street
to Wolf Ledge Run.
Bo It ordained by tho Council of tho
city of Akron, Ohio;
Sec. 1. That the assessment of the
cost n'nd expense of constructing a
local sower In and along Splcer street,
from Exchango street to Wolf Ledge
Run, ns reported to this Council by M.
Rellly, Andrew Seidell nnd 'Fred Pat
terson, three disinterested free-holders
of tho corporation appointed Juno 17,
1002, for that purpose, be and the
same Is hereby confirmed, and that
thero bo nnd. hereby Is levied and as
sessed on all the lots nnd lands and
parcels thereof described In said report
and In said ordinance to construct
passed May 5, 1002, the said several
amounts- as In said report set forth.
Sec. 2. That tho owners of the lots
nnd lands nnd parcels thereof benefited
by said construction upon which tho
said sums nro nssessed. shall pay the
amount of said several assessments
to the Treasurer of the city of Akron,
Ohio, In thvoo (3) equal, annual Install
ments, on or before tho 20th day of
August, in the years 1003, 1004 and
1005, or be subject to the Interest and
penalty allowed by iuw; and, In ca6o
of default of payment as, herein pro
vlded, tho City Clerk of sold city is
hereby directed to certify any unpaid
assessment to the Auditor of Summit
county, Ohio, to be placed upon the
tax duplicate for colleqtlou.
Sec; 3. This- ordinance shall take
AKRON-OFFICIAU
effect ond bo in force from and after
Its passage and legal publication.
Passed Oct. 13, 1002.
.1. W. SEIDELL,
President City Council.
CHAS. 11. ISBELL,
City Clerk.
Oct. 20, 21.
AN ORDINANCE
To levy a special tax upon all the lots
and lands benefited by the con
struction of a local sowor in and
nlong Maplo Rtrcct, from Smith
street to North street.
Be It ordained by the Council of the
Clt? of Akron, Ohio:
Sec. 1. That the SBdcuimfnt of the
cost and expense of constructing a lo
cal wcr In nnd along Maple street,
from Smith htrcet to North street, a
reported to this Council by John We
ber, John Spellman and Ebenezer
Lewis, thre disinterested free-holders
of tho corporation appointed June 17,
1002, for that purpose, be and the
same Is hereby confirmed, nnd that
there be and hereby is levied and
assessed on All tho lots and lands and
parcels thereof described In said re
port and in said ordinance to construct
passed May 5, 1002, the said hover!
amounts as In said report tot forth,
Sec 2. That the owners of the lots
and lands and parcels thereof benefited
by said construction upon which the
said sums are assessed, shall pay the
amount of raid several assessments
to the Treasurer of the city of Akron,
Oh'o, hi tbrej (3) equal, annual Install
ments, on or before the 20th day of
August, in the years 1003, 1004 and
100r, or be subject to the Interest nnd
penalty allowed by law; and, In case
of default Of payment as herein pro
vided, the City Clerk of said city is
hereby dliected to certify any unpaid
assessment to the Auditor of Summit
count, Ohio, to be placed upon the
tax duplicate for collection.
Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take
effect and be In force from nnd after
Its passage and legal publication.
Passed Oct. 13, 1002.
J. W. SEIDELL,
President City Council.
CHAS, H. ISBELL,
City Clerk.
Oct. 20, 21.
AN ORDINANCE
Of the city of Akron. Ohio, author
izing the issuing of bonds in antici
pation: of tho collection of special as
sessments for the construction of a
local sewer in and along Chestnut!
street, from Edgewood avenue to
Locust street
Section 1. Be in ordained by the
Council of the City of Akron, Ohio,
two-thirds of all the members elected
thereto concurring, that the Mayor hnd
Clerk of said city, in the manner pro
vided by chapter two, of division
nine, of title twelve, of part first, of
tho Revised Statutes of Ohio, be and
they are hereby authorized and empow
ered to issue the bonds of said city for
tho purpose of providing a fund for
the Immediate payment of the cost and
expense of constructing a local sewer
in and along Chestnut street from
Edgewood avenue to Locust street,.
to the amount of $2000 and in the de
nominations and payable at the times
following, to-wlt:
2 bonds of $500, payable in 1 year
from date.
2 bonds of $500, payable In 2 years
from date.
1 bond of $500, payable in three
years from date.
4 bonds of $100, payable in three
years from date.
Sec. 2. That the said bonds shall be
dated November 20, 1002; shall exprjs
upon their face the name of the
sewer and the purpose of their Issue;
shall cite tho State law and the City
ordinance authorizing their issue; shall
bear a rate of interest not exceeding
5 per cent per annum payable semi
annually; shall be signed by the Mayor
and City Clerk and shall have affixed
thereto the corporation seal of the Olty
of Akron; shall have interest coupons
attached duly signed by the City Clerk,
and Bhall bo payable, both principal
and interest at the National Park
Bank, New York City, and shall be
sold under tho direction of tho Conv
mltteo on Finance of the City Coun
cil, at not less than their par value.
Sec. 3. That upon the .sale of said
bonds, the proceeds thereof shall be
placed In tho city treasury, and said
assessments and all portions thereof
when collected, shall be applied to the
payment of said bonds and Interest
thereon ns the same shall become due,
and to no other purpose whatsoever.
Sec. 4. That the faith and credit of
tho City of Akron are hereby pledged
for the payment of both prinVpal
nnd interest of said bonds at maturity.
Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take ef
fect and be In force from and after
Its passage and legal .publication.
Pasced Oct. 13, 1002.
J. W. SEIDELL,
Pres. City Council,
CHAS. H. ISBELL.
City Clerk. Oct 20-21
RAILROAD NOriCES.
SUNDAY EXCURSION, COLUMBUS,
LAST OF THE SEASON,
a. A. & O. Ry.. Sunday. Oct 20.
Train leaves Akron 7 a. ro. Barberton,
7.10 a. ra. Returning leave uoiummis
0:30 p. m. Fare $1.25 round trip.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO EUROPE
Via all leading lines' at lowest rates.
Cook's personally conducted tours.
Information cheerfully given upon ap
plication to 0. D. Honodle, ticket agent,
Union depot
$40 AKRON TO CALIFORNIA.
Oregon and Washington, B, & 0. R
R., every day during tho months of
September and October. Sec 0, D,
Honodle, ticket agent, Union depot, for
partuclnrs.
SUNDAY EXCURSION, COLUMBUS,
LAST OF THE SEASON.
C, A. & C. Ry., Sunday, Oct. 26.
Train leaves Akron 7 a, ra., Barberton,
7.10 a. m. Returning leave" Columbus
0:30 p. m. Fare $1.25 round trip.
RAILROAD TIMB,TALBS
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THE NORTHERN OHIO S. .
Depot North Main m. fi
Depart-No. 1.... t 8 am
Denart No. 11 4:M pm
Arrive No. 2 .....4:0 pm d
Arrlvo No. 12 ,.....12: p
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UAIVJJ JUKIM ec WZjOX til nil n, n.
Northern Ohio Division.
ucpot fiorin Jiain dc :t
no.i jj7 v-jn am. Nn. iilt 4-jsu sa rat,
No.2 Ar4.00 nmNo.12 Ar 12:05 Mlloeti
AH dally exceot Sunday. tl
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THE NORTHERN OHIO TRACTION
TAirniwv il
Cars leave waiting room, No. 216
Amitri Mnln f.. fn Plnfnlnnil t KUft 1
n m rtnrl nrwrv firtnr in AnUI fvm. finrl 1
at 10:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sun-
days, o'AO a.m., 0:40 a.m. and ovcry ji
half hour to 7:40 n.m. 8:40 and 10:30 ?l
p.m.
THE ERIE RAILROAP.
Depart Depart
East. West
Now York & Chi
cago limited 8:45pm f:00ara.
Wells Fargo Ex.
(see Note 1) 2.30am 12.01prs
Marion Express
(See note 2) 12:34 p
Chicago & Atlantic
Express S:50am 7:00pm
N. Y. special 12:45pm SJ&Spm
Youngstown Ex
press 4:25 pm 11:15
Dally. Note 1, dally except Son
days and days following legal holi
days. Note 2, Monday only.
THE BALTIMORE & OHIO SYSTEM.
Depart, West Arrfr
Canal Dover, Bridge
port 6:00am
Canal Dover, Bridge
port 3:10pm
Chicago Fast Ex
press 6:55am
Chicago Fast Ex
press 7 :55pm
Chicago Limited. . .'11 :40pm
827pro
0:42a
8 .-20pm
6:45am
li3a
Dally.
Other trains dally except
Sunday.
Depart,
East Arrive
Chicago & New York
Limited 2:O0aBi ll:33piB
Youngstown
and Pittsburg . . . fl :55am
Chicago & Youngs
735pnt
8:40am
ll:42ara
town 820pm
Akron & Pittsburg 12:15pm
Daily. Other trains dally except
Sunday.
GOING NORTH.
How. st Union
Depot Depot
East
AkfoB
635am
9.-01a
1153am
4:5Spm
822pm
No. 46.... 7.06am 0:50arn
No. 4 ,.... 9:10am
No. 6 .
No. 10.
No. 8 .
, .12:01pm 11:50am
. 5:13pm 4:53pm
. 835pm 8:20pm
..0:50am 0:40am
GOING SOUTH.
.. 8:15am 8:33am
No. 12 .
No. 7 .
No. 11 .
No. 0 .
No. 47.
No. 5 .
lfo. 3 .
8:45am
GiOTprn
8:02p
1:02am
.12:01pm
. 420pm
. 7.32pm
.12 -50am
. 2:53pm
1220pm
4:5Spm
7:50pm
1250am
3:03pm to Atom
only.
Union depot Baa-
Does not enter
days.
C. A. & a RAILWAY.
North. SontiU
Cincinnati and Clare 0:05am OWjW
Akron & Pittsburg. 820am S:10ea
Columbus & Cleve. ,1135am 238pm
Cincinnati & Cleve. 425pm 0:35&ta
Pittsburg and N. Y. 4:17pm ll:10an
Dally. Others dally except 8unday.
CANTON-AKRON RAILWAY.
Cars leave Akron, (N. O. T. waiting
room), at 5:40 a.m. and every hour
until 10:40 p.m. (Blue Pond at 12.)
Returning, cars leave Canton 5 "n.m.
and every hour until 11 p.m.
RICHELIEU AND ON-
TARIO NAVIGATION
COMPANY.
"Niagara to the Sea."
The unrivaled scenic trip On tD
American continent. Palatial steub ;
era leave Toronto, for Rochester,
Kingston, Clayton, Alexandria Bay, i
thence through the picturesque ThOus 1
and Islands (America's Venice), and 1
the exciting descent of all the rapid '
of the St. Lawrence to MotftraiL. 3
where cohnectlon can be made wlfa -?
steamer for Quebec, Murray Bay, ""r
Tadousac and Riviere dn Loup, and
points on the world's famous SagnV .'
nay river. '
We delight In giving information
W. F. OLONBY.
Trav. Pas'gr Agt. Niagara Falls.N,.
H. FOSTER CHAFFEE,
Western Pas'gr Agt, Toronto, Oafc
JOS. F; DOLAN,
City Ticket Agent, Montreal, Quebec,
THOS. HENRY,
Traffic Manager, Montreal, Quebec.
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WHEELING & LAKE ERIE
RAILROAD '
Short lUinw
To Wheeling andganeavllle. Tralni
leave Kent for W-icellng 8:08 a.m.
dally, 12:37 p.m. dally, except Sun
day, and 5 p.m. dally. Tor. ZanesrlHe,
leave Kent 8:08 a.m. and "5 p.m. dally.
E. B. COOLIDOE,
General passenger Agent, - --I
Cleveland, O.
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