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wn AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT TUESAY, NOV. 18th, 1003. I 6 to. p" 0. M. U. Won't Play Here Saturday. Were the Doctors Afraid of East Ends ? North End Athletic Entertain ment Tonight. Manager Knsch, of the East Akron 'Ai O. team, received A. telegram at noon today from tbo manager of the O. M. TJ. team, stating that O. M. U. would be unable to como hero Saturday ns they already have a gnrao scheduled for thnt date. It 1b possible that O. M. V. feared tho outcome of the gamo and thought It best to take on a team next Saturday whoso measuro It would cos lly be ablo to take. O. M. V. has without a doubt the best college team In the state. Cnso, the champion of tho "Big Six," was unable to cross the goal lino of the Medics In the game at Cleveland, while , CaEo's fitono wall was toppled over time and again by tho Doctors. The score of tho game was in to 0. nut ono toam has defeated O, M. U. this year, and that was an Indiana college team, which won by one point by puro luck, bad fumbles marring O. M. U.'h play. But it was not until the O. M. U. Shelby gamo at Shelby last Saturduy that the Medics grew Interesting to tho local lovors of football. Shelby's de feat brought ,1oy to local people. It also showed that O. M. IJ, had tho champion team of the stato, college and atholtlc combined with the exception of one tenrri. In weight, tho two teams would be almost evenly matched, and It would a strugglo with all the fierceness of the big eastern games, for the Medics showed at Shelby Saturday that thoy can play a hard game. Tho Enst End loam as It Is today, has undergone n wonderful transfor mation. From a team composed of a few Individual starts with a number of "green" men, It has been transform ed Into nn nlovon which plays the game together as ono man. When they llrst appeared on tho Held, tho lino men sup posed that all thoy necdod to do was to fall down and let the opposing team fall over them. They do not think or play In that manner now. Instead of waiting for the opponents to fall over 'them tho line men nre away with tho passing of tho ball and oftnn they smash Into tho Interference and break UP a play. After tho game In which the light foam from Lorain held them to 0-0, Cornell Fitch giuwe them n sovero talk ing to and It wns all that was neces sary. Slnco then thoy Iinvo played tho iftnme. 'There Is not n yellow streak In ono of them,'' said Coach Fitch, Tuesday morning, "and football Is n gnjno In which ncrvo plays n great part. I think that wo "could bent tho O. M. U." TATSY STILL ON THE FENCE. St. Louis, Nov. 18, Parsy Donovan of tho Cardlnalu says: "Yes, tho American league, which hns boon after mo for tho past several months, ever slnco last August, In fact, has Just renewed overtures. "A certain gentleman who repre sents Mr. Johnson called on mo Thurs day night. Wo had a nlco heart to heart talk, as ho was an old ac quaintance and I could talk freoly with him. "Ho spoke" To mo about tho Ameri can league placing n club in Pitts burg, and said I was tho choice for I tho management. Then, if New York was added, ho said I could go thero Instead. "lip to dnto, however, we have not discussed tho salary question. That Is tho nil-Important end of tho deal, lio until that Is nettled I will continue to bo a free lance. "I haven't signed with tho Roblsons yet for 1003, but can assure tho public DR. SPINNEY & CO. iKorwai lebillly Viricooels Hydrocels Rupture Without to Knlfo "" " There li no ItutlUtlon tn tho world organlicd on the nmo basis iw ut. Bptnnay & Co., Akron, 0. By a com bination of capital and profcMlouul 1:111 wo offer tb best to be hud in evqry department No cirpouws has bwn, spared to gye all tbo fndlrtio ottered by nwdorn tfclenob, to that the most nerfoot oxwluatignfl may ho mado to determine the, dlusoandoMdt condition of the pat!out,aud oVeo to BuetcMfully trrat tho nut so tht 1hy may bo prouiniiy and permanently cured. Our mefjkoda of ex aniinrtUoii are, many of them In uiw noithetfo eluo. No only tlllB, but In our ofllccs everything li gWiordlnatgd to ono afto-TO OURBt; nd whllo wo fool tbat the loborer Is worthy of his hire, w feel that tho gooi of tho pa tlent is always of tho first iraporbjpeo. In cohsequenoe,, all Ipvlds mayconatilt us tre of charfv and with perfect conlldonce that thoy will rcjolye that attention and sympathy which should always ba exUwi'd by th honorable phyriclan. ' Hours 0 to' 8; ftu ndaya 0 to 12 a. m, DR. SPINNEY & CO. '-" ' Masonlo Templo Oor. B. Howard and Mill sta., Akron, O. Oonbultatlon and Book Free. Jepd for Booklet lost !Vllalty Slfldwa llQttf Mm Sorifik W freJiifo Kltftiij Ilirfr fifrtr Wmm Itfce" MllpMJ Kan-: I'sla ill CfcrMk Dlwam f fiH YNfclf$ Varicocele WASTING OF TESTES Dr. JOSEPH ENK'S Renulno Dvnamizcd Ifttmbor 70 Homeopathic Preparation I Pnur Vl&ln Price i3.00i Cures Vorioocclo nod tbo reMiltlnir iroatlnff of tosun and part. Varlcocola Is cuittd dt nenvy muni, strain J, Dions, PrUlftUJS. QQU BVUU? uuu JilUllUUI IBUUii being u varicose condition of tbo seminal veins, lust as Hemorrhoids U n varicose cnnrtltlsn of the rectum. The stwrnatlon of tno Diooa in tne scrotum seems u bo singularly evil In ltn effects upon tho entire nrsttm. The scrotum tccls as It filled iflth earth worms In theso esses. Anil thn ftlAamrMlfl ! irtmnle. wo euarantco a euro in nu eases wunin a very short time. Once cured with tho EnK Preparations you are always curco. to Remedies for 70 Different Disomies Our booklets! "Short Itosd to Health' and "Trentlso on Prlvnto Diseases" freo by mall or of druggists. THE EHK MEDICfflE CO., Union City, Ind, Sold in Akron, 0., by John Lanv Barter & Co,, Druggist. 183 S. oward St. of St. Louis that before I do business with tho American leaguo or any other body I will first consult them. "Thoy have trcatod uie finely and I will not make a change before letting them know of if FEUD CARUIEI) TO OKI 1)1 HON. Lexington, Ky., Nov, 18 Kentucky Statu college and the University of Cincinnati played a tlo game of foot ball here, score 0 to 0. . Outlet Anderson, acting as guaid, while trying to put Cadet Bradford off fho field, clubbed tho latter over tho head with a cane and drew a pistol. Anderson Is from Bronhltl count-, whore a bitter feud Is ,nov In prog ress. Both students are at tho mime college. CARRIE NATION ON FOOTBALL. Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 18 Carrie Nation, with a silver hntchot, attended tho Harvard-Dartmouth football game Saturday. When she appeared she was greeted by tile students In song with "Good Morning, Carrie," and she bowed to the assembled multitude on the stands. She watched the gnmo intently and during tho Inter mission roso In response to repeated cheers for "Carrie." She left tho field before the gamo was over, and her only comment was; "It's great uiitiill- ness that tells, and no cigarette smoker could play football." WANT A GAME. Tho second Navies would like u game with the Young Cubans on Thanksgiving morning. If they don't get ono thoy will claim the lightweight championship of the city. NORTH END ENTERTAINMENT. An added foatuip to tho entertain ment at tho North End Athletic club tonight will bo a wrestling match be tween Frank Envoy, the well known local veteran wrestler, and Tlioinas Llewellyn, tho 11R pound grapevine of tho Planet Athletic club. Llewellyn has at this time a dinllcngc to moot any man at his weight In tho statu and Davoy's prowess on the mat Is also well known. Thero wl" bo no decision In the match, nnd the work will bo purely nu oxhlhttion. ' Davey, of course, weighs a good deal mora than Ids opponent, but bo(b are clover enough so that thoy wU make a good show. Davoy's trip to England bus been postponed for two weeks, for business reasons. He wll thou will and will visit old friends nnd old scenes until af ter Christmas and Now Year's. lie will be agnln located III this vicinity, after Ills trip. Davey Is an Insurance work or when off the mat. The entertainment tonight promises to prove a great Hueecsw. It Is safe to say that thero will bo no vacant seats In tho club room In tho Walsh block. Tho list of events shows good'ones and excellent sport may bo expected. There Is nnturnlly. eonsldornblo disappoint meiit becuusn Hlmnis will bouuablo to appear, hut this will ho made up for by the wrestling bout between Frank Da. vey and Thomas t.lQwellyn, both of When You Have Become Tired of Doctoring. After You Have Been Told Your Case k Incurable, Consul -- i !. - -Mi.i.- Pltet Catarrhal Inllim- Stonach DIsNtes oltlw Bladder All Utce.a- tlens, Nenous- ness Due to These Diseases Blmtes Copyrighted whom hayo been seen many times be fOro on tho mat """"" ' LET BUOHTKL TURN . OUT. Auditors defeats havo' not disheart ened tho boys. Thoy realize that thej nro light, and that this is -tho first sonson for scveraj of tho players. Con sequently when thoy go up against a team with ns much weight as Heidel berg, It Is an uphill flgh't from the very beginning. That Buchtcl Is the goods with a team of her weight is shown by tho Bethany game, in this game, while the score wns but 11 to 0, Bethany was outplayed in evory de partment of tho gamo with tho excep tion of four minutes in tho second half, when tho West Virginians swept down tho field by a scries of terrific plunges for a touchdown. Whllo still soro from the effects of the Buchtcl gnme, Bethany defeated Hiram nt Hlruinl Therefore, It Is fig ured out that Buchtcl will defeat Hltani. But football docs not go by figures, as has been demonstrated on numerous occasions and Coaclt Fire stone will put Buchtol througli. n hard practice this week. It Is now up to the students of the college to show their loynjty. The great need of Buchtol Is a scrub team. If the students are loyal, thoy will turn out and form a scrub team to give tho regulars much needed prac tice. D RBERTON WON THREE. On the Bnrberton nlleys Modny night, Barbetton won three stnlghu from tho Clippers In tho Sjunvlt County league. Enrlght made fi high score of tho evonlng, 2rU. This Is tho record for the tournament. Hit rerton. Baughmnn 105 120 180 Collier 151 163 103 Enrlght 187 250 201 Roberta 178 214 101 Totals 850 SOS W.3 f.Ifiinni'a Aldcn ., 148 I'M 210 Aimers .... i 107 180 214 Russell 170 123 211 Kaufman - ..-.... 140 IU ... Byilder jjji Bullock 183 140 222 Totals 817 728 014 II. B. O. TEAM AT LORAIN SAT- URDAY. Hammers Business college football toam will play the Lakeside A. C, of Lorain, nt Lorain Saturday, The team was out for practice last night. Thoy explain their defeat at Havonna by tho assertion that only five of tho regular men were in tho game, nnd that two of the players tbey picked up played without football togs. "Torus Baelc Time in Its FUthi." r jn Ileal, an ectlp dis-fiiinro "ana carts dandruff. '"' quickens nod, renews bairn 1 Un urowtu. uriDgsbackxcmtti-lllilllJ HEALTH! "i "'UI, UHIU.H1 VUU beantr. Motadre.i RUFF tsenn DC. tmie. rori rilEK trial bottle to'FIMLO HAY CO., 220 Lafayette lUNev- arl:, N. J. Largo SOc. bottle at Cmteh BXUIgir". tu.tt AKRON-OFFICIAL. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Office Board of Clly Commissioners, Akron, O., Nov. 17, 4002, Sealed propobals will bo received at tho olllco of thp Board of City Com 'nilHsIoners until 12 o'clock, noon December 2, 1902, for tho construction of n local sewer in and along Pearl street from Kxchango street to' a point 75 feet from Wheeler street, with nil tho necessary catch basins, man holes, lamp holes, ventilators and ap purtenances, all in accordance with the plans, prodlo nnd specifications re luting to said sewer on fllo in tho olllco of tho City Civil Knglnecr, where plans, prolllo nnd specifications may bo seen nnd bidding blanks may bo obtained. Kneli bidder must deposit with tho clork of board at the tlmo or tiling bis bid, a ccrtlficalo of doposlt, a certified check on sonio bank 'doing business In- Akron, or cash to the amount of ono bundled ($100) dollars, or a bond with sureties upproyed'by said board. Knelt proposal must contain tho full name of tho person or persons making tho fin inc. Tho Board of City Commissioners re servo tho right to accept any or reject all bids. By order of tho Board, of City Com missioners. OHAH H. I SHELL. Cleik. Nov. 18, 25. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Olllco Board of City Commissioners, Akron,' O., Nov, 17, 1002., Sealed proposals will bo received at the olllco of tho Board of City Com missioners until 12 o'clock, noon,' Deeember.2, 1002, for the construction of a main trunk sewer In sower dis trict No. -I, liv nnd along Oil street, ttlth all .the .necessary catch basins, mini holes, lamp holes, vcntllntors and appurtenances, all In accordance with the plans, profile nnd specifications re lating to said sower on fllo In tho olllco of tliu City Olvll Engineer, whero plana, prolllo mid specifications may be seen and bidding blanks may he obtained. Each bidder must deposit with the clerk of board nt tbo time of filing bis bid, a coitltlcato of doposlt, a cei titled check on sonip' bank doing business In Akron, or caBh to tho amount of ono hundred ($100) dollars, qr" a bond with sureties approved by said board. Each proposal imiijt contain tho full name of tho person or persons making Uio haine, Tho Board of Ctty'Cmnmtsstoners ro servo tho right to accept any or reject nil bids. i , ' By order of tho Bpard of Olty Com- mlSHloilCI'fl. ' oha;s,h. isbell, -' ' Clerk. Nov. IS, 25. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Office Bonrdiof "City ..Commissioners, Pealed proposals wlU Ue. received at the office of the BoaW of. City Coin- AKRON-OFFICIAL mlasloncra until 12 o'clock, noon, Do- ..niiilinr. " 1fwV fnr lm pnnatructloil of a local sewer In nnd along Acklcy street from Arlington street to a point 470 foet westerly therefrom, with all tho heccssary catch basins, mnn holes, lamp holes, vcntllntors and appurte nances, all In nccordiinco with tho plans, prolllo nnd specifications re latlng to said hewer on fllo In tho office of the City Civ il Engineer, whpro plans profile and snoclflcatlons mav be seen and bid ding blankft may bo obtained. Each bidder must deposit wJtn tno clerk of board at tho tlmo of filing his hid, a certltlcnto of deposit, a certified check on some bank doing business In Akron, or ensh to the amount of ono hundred ($100) dollars, or a bond with sureties approved by said board. Each proposal must contain tho full name of the person or persons making the same. The Board of City Commissioners re servo tho right to accept any or reject all bids. By order of tho Board of City Com mlssloncrs. . OHAS H. ISBELL. ' Clerk. Nov. 18, 25. AN ORDINANCE . To levy a special tax upon all the lots and lands benefited by tho construc tion of a local sewer In and nlong Buchtel avenue, from Market street to a point 1,200 feet northerly there from. Be It ordnlned by the Council of tho City of Akron, Stato of Ohio: Section 1. That the assessment of the cost and expense of constructing a local sewer In nnd along Bjichtel avenue, from Market street to n polnjt 1,200 feet northerly therefrom, as re ported to this council by John 'Weber'j Herman Bruss and B. V. Davis, three disinterested free-holders of tho cor poration appointed August 18 1002, for that purpose, be nnd the samo Is hereby confirmed, and that there be and hereby Is levied and assessed on all the lots and lands and parcels thereof described in said Tcport and In said ordinance to construct passed July 7, 1002, the scvcml amounts ns In said report set forth. Sec. 2. Thnt tho owners of the lot? and lands nnd parcels thereof benefited by said construction upon which the said sums are assessed, rslmll pay the amount of snld several assessments to the trensuror of tho City of Akron, Ohio, In three (3) equal annual Install ments, on or before tho 20th day of August In the yoarg 1003, 1001, and 1005, or be subject to the Interest nnd penalty allowed by law; and, In case of default of payment as herein pro vided, tho Cltyv Clerkf-of said city lfj hereby directed to certify any unpaid assessment to tho Auditor of Summit couuty, Ohlo.-tO'tie placed upon the'tnx dupllcato for collection.- Sec. 3. This ordmnnco'. shall take ef fect and be In forco 'frbru'nnd after US passage and legal p,nbl,(?ottoii. ' . Passed, Nov. 7tliilO02r .1. W.-,,SEIDELL, Tivstdent pty Council. OHAS. H. ISBELL, i , r Clty Cleric r Nov.;,17!:18 .' - AN ORDINANCE To levy n special tax, upon all the 'lota and lands benefited by the' construc tion, of n local sewers ln nnd along TenTl street, from Exchange stieet to n point 85 feet-, (from Wheeler street. Bo It ordained by tho-Council of tho City of Akron, State ofOhto: Section 1. That tho assessment of tho cost nnd exponso'of constructing n local spwer In and along Pearl street, from Exchange street to a point 85 feet from Wheeler street; ns icported to this Council by Fred Patterson, George Hnhn and T. X1, Kelley, three disinterested free-holders of tho cor poration appointed AugUfit 1. 1002, for that purpose, lie and thos,n'mo Is here by, confirmed, nnd " that thero bo and hereby is levied nnd" assessed on all tho lots and lands nnd parcels thereof described In said report and in snld ordinance to construct, passed July 7, 1002, tho snld'sovfrnl nniounts ns In said report set forth. Sec. 2. That tho owners or the lots nnd lands and parcels thereof benefited, by said construction' upon which tho said sums nro assessed, shall, pay the amount of said several assessments p tho treasurer of the City of Akron, Ohio, In t litre (3) equal annual Install ments, on or befaro tho 20th day of A'ugust In the years 1003. 10OI, and 1005, or be subject to' tho interest anil penalty allowed by law; and, In case of dofault of payment' as herein pro vided, the Olty Clerk of snld city Is hereby directed to certify any unpaid absessment to tho Auditor of Summit county. Ohio, to bo placed upon tho tax dupllcato for collection. Sec. 3. 'Dlils ordinance shall take ef fect and bo In forco from nnd nfter Its passngo und legal publication. Passed Nov. 7th. 1002. L W.. SEIDELL. President City Council. OHAS. H. ISBELL. City Clerk. Nov. 17-18 AN ORDINANCE Of tho city of AkroinOhlo, authorizing tho IsautUK of bonds IU anticipation of tho collection of special nsse.s mentH for tho construction of a local sower In nnd along Splcer street, from Exchange atre't to Wolf Lodge Run. Section 1. Bo It owlulned by tho Council of tho city of Akron, Ohio,, two-thirds of nil tho membots. elected thereto concurring, thnt tho Mnyor nnd Clerk; of said city, hrtho manner pro vided by chapter two.iof. division nine, of tltlo twelve, of part first, of' the Rer vised Statutes of Ohio, bo nnd they nirp hereby authorlzed,,nnd empowered to Issue tho bonds oj snld city for tho purpose of providing -n fund for the Immediate payment of tho cost nnd ex penso of constructing ni localsewer In nnd nlong Splcer street, "from. Ex chaiiKO street to Wolf Ledge Run.,t,o the amount of $1,80$ and lu.'the do- AKRON-OFFICIAL. nominations nnd pnynblo at tho times following, towlt: Ono ibond of $100, year from date. paj'ablo In ono A One bond of $500, pnynblo In ono year from date. One' bond of $100, payable In two years from date, !Ono bond, of $500, payable lntwo years from da,tc. Ono bond of $100, payable In three years from'date. Ono bond of $500, payable In thrco .years from date. Sec. 2. Tbat the said bonds shall bo dated January 5, 1008, and shall ex press upon their face tho nnmo nnd number of the sewer togethor with the purpose of their Is sue; shall cite the State law and tho City ordinance authorizing their Issue; shall bear a rate of Interest not ex ceeding 5 per cent. per mi lium, payable semi-annually; shall bo signed by tho Mnyor and City Clerk iind'shalUhavc affixed thereto the cor poration seal of the City of Akron; shall have Interest coupons attached duly signed by the City Clerk, nnd sha.ll 'bo payable, both principal and interest, nt tho National Park Bank, New York City, nnd shall be sold un der tho direction of tho Committee on Fjnnneo of the City Council, at not less than their par value. Sec. 3.' That upon the sale of snld bonds, (ho proceeds thereof shall bo placed In tbo city treasury, and said nssessments und all portions thereof when collected, shall bo applied to tho payment of said bonds and interest thereon as' tho same shall become due, nnd to no other purpose whatsoever. Sec. 4.- That tho faith and credit of tho City of Akron nre hereby pledged for the payment of both principal and Interest of said bonds at maturity. Sec. 5. This orcUnanco'shnll take ef fect 'and' bo-In forco from nnd nftcr Its pnssngcand legal publication. Passed( Nov. 7th, 1002. J. W. SEIDELL, President City Council. CHAS. H. I.SBELL, City Clerk. Nov. 17-18 , AN ORDINANCE. To'condcir)n property for the purpose bt widening Pine nlley. -Be It ordained by tho council of tho City of Akron, Ohio: , Sec. 1 Two-thirds of all tho members- elected thereto concurring, and declaring the samo to be necessary, and .Its Intention Is hereby declared to condemn and appropriate to the pub lic usb for street purposes, for the purpose of widening Pino nlley, from Woostpr avenue to tho northerly lino pf lot No. 7 Benjamin; niid the council hereby condemns nnd appropriates to the public use thp land described as follows: A strip of Iond fifteen (15) feet wide taken oft the easterly' side or lot No. 7, Benjamin, nnd lot No. 28 Krlcker, belonging to Theresn Dressier,. John Sholtz nnd John Frlcker; nlso, A strip of Innd fifteen (15) feet wide taken off the. easterly side of Frlcker lot No. 1, belonging to Celestla Woods, and. a 27-100 aero piece of land In tract No. 8, bel6ngng. to Louisa .War ner;" also, ' t -Ai strip of land flfteeq,(15) feet wide taken off the easterly side of a 22-100 acre piece of land In tract No. 8, be longing in Sarah J. Sprlgglp, and n 20-100 ncre piece or land In tract No. 8, belonging to Wtlhelmliui Clause. Sec, 2. Said pieces or parcels or land are described as belonging to the sovernl owners ns follows, to-wlt: PARCEL No. 1 belonging to Theresa Dressier, and being n strip of land fifteen (15) feet wide taken off tho easterly sldo of tho north one hair or Benjamin lot No. 7, bounded nnd described as follows: Beginning nt tho northeast corner of said lot No. 7; thence westerly nlong the northerly lino of snld lot, fifteen Uo) rcet; tiience southerly nnd par allel to the easterly lino of said lot about- fifty-eight nnd '45-100 (58.-15) feet to the south lino or snld Dressler's Innd fifteen and 30-100 (15.30) rect to the easterly line of said lot No. 7; theiico northerly along the , easterly line of said lot No. 7 fifty-five and 11 100 (55.11) feet to alio plnco of bc ginnlng, containing about 852 squaro feet of land. PARCEL No. 2 belonging to John Sholtz, nnd being n strip or land fir teen (15) rect wide taken off the cast erly shin or the south one-hnlf of Benjamin lo't" 'o..'7, bounded nnd de Bcribed, ns follows: Beginning nt n stone pipe nt .the ROuthc.iH.tt corner or said lot No. 7; thence northerly along the ensterly lino or said lot about fifty-five nnd 11 100 (55.11) feet to tho northerly lino of land belonging to John Sholtz; thonco westerly nlong tho northerly line or said Sholtz's land fifteen anil 3U-100 (15.3(1) -feet; thonco southerly, parnllel to tho ensterly lino of said lot No. 7 nbout fifty-eight nnd -15-100 (58. 45) feet to n point l the southniiv lino of nld lot No. 7; thence easterly along the southerly lino of sain lot No. 7. aliout sixteen nnd 07-100 (10.Q7) feet to the place or beginning, containing nbuot 852 square foet of hint, PARCEL No. 3 belonging to John Frlcker, and being n strip of Innd fif teen (15) foet wldo taken oir the east erly sldo of Frlckf r lot No. 28, bound ed nnd described ns follows: Boglhnlqg- nt tho northeast corner of snld lot Io, 23; thence westerly along the northerly lino of tjnld lot about sixteen nnd (17-100 (10.07) rcet; thonco southerly, parallel to tho east erly line of snld lot about ono hundred and three and 70-100 (103.70) feet to the' southerly lino of said lot; thenco easterly along the southerly line of snd lot about sixteen and 07-100 (10. 07) feet -'to tho southeast corner of snld lot; thenco northerly along the easterly line of said lot one hundred nnd three nnd 70-100 (103.70) feet to tho Plnco of beginning, containing nbout .1550 square feet of land, rnreofNo. I, belonging to Celestla Woodland holng n strip of land fifteen (15) feet, wldq taken from tho easterly side of Jot No. 1 Frlcker, bounded nnd described as follows: V, Beglnuinu at trap northeast corner of AKRON-OFFICIAL snld lot No. 1; thenco westorly along the northerly lino of said lot about six-' toon and 07-100 (10.07) feet; thonco southerly nnd pnrnllfl to tho ensterly lino of snld lot', nbout ninety-four nnd 25-100 (04,25) foet to n point In the southerly lino of said lot; thence enst erly along the southerly lino of said lot about seventeen nnd 30-100 (17.30) feet to a point In the ciistcrly lino of snld lo't; thenco northerly illonc tho easterly line of said lot ninety-four nnd 25-100 (04.25) feet to the placo of beginning, containing about 1414 square feet of land. Parcel No. 5, being n strip of land fifteen (15. feet wide taken off the erijt' erly side of a 27.-100 iicro piece of land In tract No. '8, belonging to Louisa Warner, bounded nnd described ns fol lows! Beginning at the northeast corner of snld parcel of land; thenco westerly nlong the northerly llnp of snld land nbout .soventccn and 30-100 (17.30) feet; thence southerly and parallel to the ensterly lino of said laud nbout sixty fivo nnd 50-100 (C5.50) feet the south erly lino of said innd; thence easterly along tho southerly lino of said laud about 17 and 30-100 (17.30) fejt to the easterly lino of "said land; the'rlfce north erly nlong the easterly lino Of said land slxty-llvo and 50-100 (05.50) feet to the place of beginning, c6iitnlulng about 003 square feet of laud. Parcel No. 0, being a strip of land fifteen (15) feet wide, tnken oft the easterly side or a 22-100 ncrc piece of land in tract No. 8,, belonging to Sar ah J. Spriggle, bounded and described as follows: Beginning nt the southenst corner of snld land; thenco northerly along' tho ensterly line of said Jnnd, seventy (70) feet to tho northenst corner of the snmo; thence westerly along tho north erly line of said land nb'out seventeen and 30-100 (17.30) feet; t,hencc souther ly nnd pnnnllpl to the ensterly line of said land seventy (70) feet to the south erly lino of said land; thenco easterly along tho southerly line of said land about seventeen nnd 30-100 (17.30) feet to the place of beginning, containing nbout 1050 square feet of Innd, Paired No. -7, being a strip of lond fifteen (15) feet wide taken off the east erly side of a 20-100 acre piece of land In tract -No. 8, belonging to Wllhelmina Clause, bounded nnd described ns follows- Beginning nt a stone in the south enst corner of snld land; thence north erly nlong tho easterly line of snld land one hundred nnd forty-one and 20-100 (141.20) .feet to an Iron pin In the north enst corner of said land; thence west erly along tho northerly line of said land nbout seventeen nnd 30-100 (17.30) feet; thenco southerly nnd parallel to tho easterly llhe of said land nbout ono hundred and forty-eight nnd 00-100 (148.00) feet to the 'southerly line of said land, nbout twenty-one nnd 05-100 (21.05) feet (o tho place of beginning, contnlntng alout 21"4 squaro feet of lond. Sec. 3. And the City Solicitor is hereby authorized nnd instructed to in stitute the necessary proceedings, nnd to npply to the Court for nn inquiry and assessment of tbo eompensntion to bo paid for snld property. Sec. 4. That tho amount so found, together with .ho cost and expense or said appropriation nnd the Interest on bonds, shall be paid by the City of Ak ron, and bonds shall be Issued therefor. Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take ef fect and be in forco from nnd nfter its pass-ago nnd lognl publication. Pnssed Nov.vff. 1002. CHAS. H. ISBELL. City Clerk. J. W. SEIDELL. Tree. City Council. Nov. 17-18 AN ORDINANCE To levy a special tnx upon nil the lots nnd lands benefited by the construc tion of the local pmrt of a main trunk sower in sewer district No. 0. Be It ordnlned by the Council of the City or Akron, State pr Ohio: Section 1. That the assessment of the cost and expenso of constructing tho local part of a main trunk sewer In sowvr district No. 0, ns reported to this council by John 0. Weber, (5eorgo Hnhn rrnd H. G. Griffin, threo disinterested free-holders of the cor poration appointed August 18, 1002, for thnt purpose, bo nnd the same Is heroby confirmed, nnd that thero be and hereby is lovled nnd nssessed on all the lots and lands and parcels thereof described In said 'report and In tbo brdlnnnce to construct passed July 21, 1002,. the tcveral amounts ns In snld report set forth. Sec, 2. That the owners of tho lots and lands and parcels thereof benefited by snld construction upon which tho enld sums nro nssessed, shall pay the amount of snld (several assessments to the, tiwisuror of the City of Akron, Ohio, In throe (3) equal annual intnll ments. on or boforp the 20th day of August In the years 1003, 1004, nnd 1005, or be subject to tho Interest nnd penalty allowed by jw; nnd, In cnso of dcfnult of payment ns herein pro vided, tho City Olerli of snld city is hereby directed, to certify any unpaid assessment to the' Auditor or Summit county, Ohio, to bq placed upon the tax duplicate ror collection.' Sec, ,3. This orillnancc shall take ef fect and be In force from -and nfter Its passage and' legal publfcatldn. Passed, Nov; ,7th', 1002: ', .TV W, SEIDELL, . ; President Olty Council. CHAS. H, 1SBKLL City Clerk. Nov. 17.18 ' AN ORDINANCE Of tho city of Ak,ro'n. Ohio, authorizing the Issuing of bonds in anticipation of tho cpllectiott' of special assess ments for the 'construction of a local sewer nndaJong Maple street, from Smith stjroet to North street. Ssctlou 1. Be i( ordained by tho Council of the city of Akron, Ohio, two-thirds of'nll the, members olected thereto concurring, that the Mayor and Clork of said 'city, In the manner pro vided by chnpUr t.wo, of division nine, o,f UUe tK!ye'.'jf part first, of the Re vised situtfxof Ohio, be and they AKRON-OFFICIAL nre hereby authorized nnd empowered to Issue tho bonds of said, city for tho puiposo of providing n fund for tho Immediate payment of tho cost a!nd ox penso of constructing a local, sewer in nnd nlong Mnplo street, from Smith street to North street, to tho amount of $800, and In tho denominations- nnd pnynblo it tho tlmos following, tpwlt: Two bonds of $100 ench, payable In ono year from date. Tbreo bonds of $100 each, payable In two years from date. Thrco bonds of $100 each, psynblo in three years from date. Sec. 2. That the said bonds shall bo dntcd Jnnunry 5, 1003, and shall ox press upon their fnco tho namo nnd number of tho sewer together with the purpose of thdr Is sue; shall cite the State law and tho City ordinance authorizing tbolr Issue; shall bear a rate of interest not ex ceeding 5 per cent. per an num, payablo soml-nnnually; shall bo signed by tho Mayor and Olty Clerk und shall have nfflxod thereto tho cor poration seal of tho City of Akron; shall have interest coupons attached duly signed by tho City Clerk, aaA shall be payable, both principal and interest, nt tho National Park Bank, New York City, and shall be' sold un der tho direction of tho Committee on Finance of the City Council, at n6t less than their par value. Sec. 3. That upon tbo salo of said bonds, tho proceeds thereof shall be placed in the city treasury, nnd snld assessments and all portions thereof when collected, shall be applied to tho payment of snld bonds and interest thereon as tho samo shall become lue, and to no other purpose whatsoever. Sec. 4. That the faith and credit of the City of Akron nro hereby pledged for the pnyment of both principal nnd interest of snld bonds at maturity. Sec. 5. This ordinance shall take ef fect and oe in force from nnd nfter Its pnssngo nnd legal publication. Passed, Nov. 7th, 1002. J. W. SEIDELL, President City Council. OHAS. H. ISBELL, City Clerk. . ',, Nov. 17-18 AN ORDINANCE To levy a special tax upon all the lota and lands benefited by the construe structlon of a local sewer in and nlong Wabash avenue, from Ex change street to Euclid avenue. Bo it ordnlned by tho Council of the City of Akron, Stnte of Ohio: Section 1. That tho assessment of the cost nnd expense of constructing n local sewer in and along Wabash avenue, from Exchange street to Euclid avenue, as reported to this council by I. Coon, 0. Halllnnn nnd Ebeueezer Lewis, three disinterested free-holders of the corporation ap pointed August 18, 1002, for that pur pose, , bo and tho same Is hereby confirmed, and that there be and here by is levied and assessed on njl.the lots and lands and parcels thfreof de scribed In said report and in the or dinance to construct passed July ,7, 1002, tho said several amounts as in said report set forth. Sec. 2. Tbat the owners of the lots and lands and parcels thereof benefited by said construction upon which tho said sums aro assessed, shall pay tho amount of said several assessments to the treasurer of the Olty of Akron, Ohio, In threo (8) equal annual intall ments, on or beforo 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 caso of default' of payment as herein pro vided, tho City Clerk of said city is hereby directed to certify any unpaid assessment to the Auditor of Summit county, Ohio, to bo placed upon the tas dupllcnto for collection. Sec. 3. This ordinance shall take of feet and bo in force from and after its passage and legal publication. Passed Nov. 7th, 1002. J. W. SEIDELL, President Olty Council. CHAS. H. ISBELL, City Clerk. Nov. 17-18 AN ORDINANCE To levy n special tax upon all thd lots nnd lands benefitted by tho con struction of a local sewer in and along Ackley street, from Arling ton street to a point 475 feet west erly therefrom. Bo it ordained by tho Coundl of thd City of, Akron, Stato of Ohio: Section 1. That the assessment oj the cost and expense of constructing a local sewer in and along Ackley, street, from Arlington street to a point 47B feet westorly therefrom, TtS reported to this council by M. Rellley, L. Lnuman and I. Coon, three disin terested free-holders of tho corpora tion nppointcd August 18, 1002, foo that purpose, be and tho same Is here by confirmed, nnd thnt there be nnd! hereby Is levied and assessed on all tho lots and lands and parcels thereof! described in said report and in tho or dinance to construct passed July 21, 1002, tho said several amounts as lnf said report set forth. Sec. 2. That the owners of the lota and lands nnd parcels thereof benefited By said construction upon which tho said sums are ussesedt shall pay the amount of said several assessments td tho trensuror of the City of Akron, Ohio, In three (3) equal annual intnll ments, on or beforo tho 20th day of August in tbo years 1003, 1004, and 1005, or bo subject to the Interest nnd penalty allowied by law; and, In caso of default of payment as herein pro vided, tno City Clerk of said city la hereby directed to certify any unpaid assessment to tho Auditor of SumrqU county, Ohio, to bo placed upon the tax duplicate for collection. Sec. 3. ThU ordinance shall take ef fect and bo In forco from nnd after lta passage and legal publication. raBsed, Nov. 7th, 1002. J. W. SEJIDBLL, President City CbunctL OHAS. H. ISBELL, City 'Clerk. Nov. 17-18 - .v irr-....Lauium TSfflfi? .s)hAMiin.