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Falke street Superior Court of Cincinnati, No. 44,906..

Carter alley —^Hamilton Common Pleas " 117,246..

MoMlcken avenue " •' " " 105.011..

Wise alley ^.. Supreme Court of Ohio

Thorp, Grandln. Tncker. Bor- . ^

den, and Sanders alleys ^ «^

Wolf alley •• " " •• 60,516..

Beechwood avenue Hamilton Common Pleas *' 116,719..

Faran alley Supreme Court of Ohio —.^

Wlnslow avenue... *' *' **

Goose alley «... ** *' "

Peck alley " " " «

Faran alley. ~« " '* " «

Tennis lane ~^

Ray alley .....«..«.». ^..Supreme Court of Ohio . ... —

Vine and HolUster street8..........Superior Court of Cincinnati, No. 50,696..

Clifton alley Supreme Court of Ohio

Clifton alley " " **

Carter alley ** •' '*

Bates avenue. .^ ^....Superior Court of Cincinnati, No. 60,743..

Barrel alley ...Supreme Court of Ohio..



3,219..

8,220..
119.686..
90,380..
102.116..



Tower street Circuit Court No.

Tower street •* " '*

Warsaw pike.. Hamilton Common Pleas **

Riddle road •* '* *• "

Gilbert street *• ** *' "

Fall alley

Turner alley «.

Delta avenue Court of Insolvency No. 307.

Forest avenue ..Hamilton Common Pleas ** 120,964.

Corporation alley »...»«.. ,

Tucker alley



Blberon avenue ~ Court of Insolvency No. 274..

Bates avenue ** . ** ** 300..

Monmouth avenue. Circuit Court •• 3,510..

Gorman street Hamilton Probate Court *' 6,433..

McMicken avenue Court of Insolvency ** 201..

Borden Elmore, and Llewellyn j3^„^„ Common new " 118,853..

Streets J '

Faradrome street «. '* '• *• •* 117,764..

Hoge street ....Court of Insolvency ** 257..

Stock and Cormany avenues " " " 305..

Bedford avenue '• •• «.. " 279..

Dennis street. *• " •• 270..

St. James avenue Circuit Court '* 3,480..

Howell avenue .................Superior Court of Cincinnati, *' 50,323 .

Heywood street Hamilton Common Pleas ** 103,882..

Dodsworth avenue ». Superior Court of Cincinnati, ** 50,329..

Taylor street.. „ Court of Insolvency •* 218..

Queen-City avenue. Superior Court of Cincinnati, ** 60,328..

St. James avenue........ Court of Insolvency *' 234.

Beechwood avenue ,.... ** •* *• 289..

Monmouth street Superior Court of Cincinnati, ** 50,971..

Klein alley.. Court of Insolvency •• 318..

Amount carried forward



Loss



20,805 63

1,587 86

237 30

204 02

69 12

138 07

28 25
357 98

33 71
417 51

61 37

32 81

33 71
86 67
64 20

757 81
26 09
26 09
41 80
1,043 89
14 79

568 62

445 47
11 07

192 56
46 41
20 09
20 00

108 92

124 44

16 20

26 89

3,322 30

295 54

1.075 87

67 00

1,152 00

596 49

485 90
1,206 47
326 67
759 90
56 67
270 72
93 70
113 96
455 35
188 36
1,811 70
914 66
240 77
605 25
819 65



141,418 18



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..Superior Court of Cincinnati, No. 51,162..



Hopson street ..»

Gamble alley » »

Fairriew avenue Court of Insolvency No. 219..

Straight street. •* ** •• 271 .

Vincent avenue Superior Court of Cincinnati, •' 47,737«

Bush alley n

Foraker avenue Court of Insolvency No. 332..

Hazel wood avenue Hamilton Common Pleas ** 117,633..

Sixth street. " •* " " 102,116.

Baldwin alley Supreme Court of Ohio ,

Gest alley.. " ** "

Asbton alley .~ " *' *' «

Cedar alley " " '*

Bush alley ...^ '• ** •*

Gandolfo alley ~ " " " —

Betts alley.. " •' •'

White alley.. " " ••

Delta avenue Superior Court of Cincinnati, No. 50,948..,

Baldwin alley Supreme Court of Ohio

Bohn alley «.» •' •• *' ,

Boston alley •• " " «....

Warner street «. Court of Insolvency No. 167...

Betts alley " " •• 355...

Loretta alley Supreme Court of Ohio

Neal alley " •• •• ,

Betts alley „ " " " ..„

Stock, Bates, and Sassafras aves.Supeiior Court of Cincinnati, No. 50,538...



Total...



41,448 18

346 44
183 30
339 02
602 42
330 61

19 23
415 80
808 76

60 96
164 28
181 29

31 76

32 35
18 66
25 12
91 49
94 49

882 55

226 35

332 58

17 60

105 22

228 75

553 06

58 69

91 49

684 77

$48.220 22



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Exhibit of the Bonded Indebtedness of the City of Cincinnati



December 31, 1901.



UNIVERSITY PURPOSES.

Two hundred bonds for building University, etc..
by virtue of Act of the Legislature passed April
20, 1893, bearing 4 per cent per annum interest;
each bond $500, and numbered A-1 to A-'200; of
date July 1, 1893, and payable at the American
Exchan^ National Bank, New York, on July 1,
1918. Signed by John B. Moaby, Mayor, and
D. W. Brown, City Auditor. All interest cou-
pons signed by D. W. Brown, City Auditor....



ERECTION, COMPLETION, AND FURNISHING
NEW CITY HALL.

Bonds issued for additional funds for erecting and
furnishing City Hall, as per Act of Legislature
passed April 13, 1893, ana proceedings of muni-
cipal autoorities had thereunder; bearing 4 per
cent per annum interest; of date April 20, 1893,
payable April 20, 1913, redeemable April 20, 1903.
Signed by John B. Mosby, Mayor, and D. W.
Brown, City Auditor



PARK PURPOSES.

Issued for purchase of Orphan Asylum lot on Elm
street, bearing interest at rate of 6 per cent per
annum, payable on the 17th days of March
and September at the City Auditor's office in
Cincinnati. Issued by virtue of an Act of
the Legislature passed March 30, 1857, and
City Ordinance passed January 29, 1858, dated
March 17. 1858, and lettered O, bein^ a registered
bond for $100,000, payable to the Cincinnati
Orphan Asylum or order on the 17th of March,
1908. Bond signed by J. B. Warren, President,
and Stephen B. Hulse, City Clerk



One hundred and eighty-three Consolidated Sinking
Fund Bonds, issued by virtue of Act of the
L^slature passed April 9. 1880, each $1,000,
numbered 883 to 1065; of date May 1, 1^80, re-
deemable at option of city of Cincinnati on or

Amount carried forward



100,000 00



$100,000 00



100,000 00



25,000 00



1125,000 00



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after May 1, 1910, payable at American Ex
change National Bank, New York, on May 1,
1930; bearing 5 per cent per annum interest,
payable half-yearly, on the first days of May
and November. Bonds signed by Joseph Long-
worth, President of the Board of Trustees of the
Sinking Fond of Cincinnati, countersigned by
E. O. Eshelbv, Comptroller; interest coupons
signed by E. 0. Eshefby, Comptroller



One Consolidated Sinking Fund Registered Bond
to the order of the Trustees of the Sinking Fund
of Cincinnati, of date June 8, 1881, payable
June 8, 1931 ; bearing 4 per cent per annum
interest, payable half-yearly, on the 8th days
of June and December. Signed as foregoing.



One Consolidated Sinking Fund Registered Bond,
in all respects similar to foregoing, save date
and maturity, bein^ respectively July 1, 1881,
and July 1, 1931; interest payable January 1
and July 1, each year



Seventy bonds, each $500, numbered A-1 to A-70,
issued for the purpose of acquiring grounds to
extend parks, etc., by virtue of an Act of the
Legislature passed April 15, 1892, and of muni-
cipal proceedings baa thereunder, bearing 4 per
cent per annum interest; of date June 1, 1893,
payable June 1, 1923, at the American Exchange
National Bank, New York; interest payable half-
yearly, on the first days of June and December
each year. Bonds signed by John B. Mosby.
Mayor; Jeptha Garrard, President of the Board
of Park Commissioners; and D. W. Brown, City
Auditor. Interest coupons signed by D. w.
Brown, City Auditor



One bond issued for Park Improvement, under Act
of the Legislature passed May 16, 1894, numbered
A A-1, bearing 4 per cent per annum interest;
of date June 1, 1894, payable June 1, 1914 ....



HOSPITAL BONDS.

Fifty bonds, each $1,000, issued for Hospital pur-
poses by yirtue of an Act of the Legislature
passed April 8, 1876, and of City Ordinance
passed August 25, 1876; dated May 1, 1876, paya-
ble May 1, 1906, at the office of the Treasurer of
the city of Cincinnati, lettered 8-3, numbered 1
to 50; bearing interest at the rate of 7 per cent
per annum, payable at same place as principal
on the first days of May and November. Signed
by W. W. Sutton. President Board of Aldermen ;
J. W. Fitzgerald, President Board of Council-
men; and R. C. Rohner, City Clerk; interest
coupons signed by S. W. Hoffman, City Auditor.

Registered, $10,000 00.
Amount carried forward



100,000 00



183,000 00



129,000 00



988,000 00



35,000 00



25,000 00



50,000 00



$50,000 00



125,000 00



1,460,000 00



$1,585,000 00



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Bond to provide a fund to construct additional build
ings at the Branch Hospital for the accommo-
dation, care, and treatment of persons afflicted
with tuberculosis, and to improve existing build-
ings used for such purposes, known as *'Hosi>ital
Bond/' issued by virtue of Act of the Legisla-
ture of Ohio passed April 12, 1900, and a resolu-
tion of the Board of Trustees of the Oincinnati
Hospital thereunder; dated August 1, 1900,
payable August 1, 1915; bearing 3K per cent

ger annum interest, payable semi-annually,
ebruar^ 1st and August 1st each year. Bond
No. 1, signed by James D. Parker, President
Board of Trustees of the Cincinnati Hospital,
and Julius Fleischmann, Mayor, and attested
bv Paul M. Millikin, City Auditor. Principal
and interest payable at the Third National Bank
in the City oi Cincinnati



SEWERAGE PURPOSES.

Bonds issued for completion of McLean-avenue
Sewer to the Ohio nver, lettered U-2, numbered
1 to 70, each for $500, numbered 106 to 210, each
$1,000, by virtue of an Act of the Legislature
passed May 13, 1878, dated May 1, 1879, and all
payable at the American Exchange National
Bank, New York, as follows: $35,000, being
bonds Nos. 106 to 140, on the 1st day of May,
1894; $35,000, being bonds Nos. 141 to 175, on the
1st day of May, 1899; $35,000, being bonds 176 to
210, on the 1st day of May, 1904; $35,000, being
bonds Nos. 1 to 70, on the Ist day of May, 1909.
Said bonds bearing interest payable half-yearly
on the 1st days of May and November, at the
same place, as follows: Nos. 1 to 70, or $35,000,
at the rate of 5 per cent per annum; Nos. 106 to
210, or $105,000, at the rate of 6 per cent per an-
num. Bonds are signed by N. Caldwell, Presi-
dent, and J. D. Banks, Clerk Board of City Com-
missioners; countersigned by S. W. .Hoffman,
City Auditor; interest coupons signed bv S. W.

Hoffman, City Auditor 140,000 00

Less bonds paid 70,000 00



Registered, $14,000 00.

Bonds issued for construction of additional Trunk
Sewers, authorized by Act of the Legislature
passed March 22, 1889, and of proceedings of
city authorities had thereunder; of date June 1,
1889, psyable June 1, 1929, redeemable June 1,
1909: each bond being for $1,000. Nos. 1 to 50,
bearing 4 per ct. perannum interest, payable half-
yearly on the first days of June and I>ecember
each year. Intere:it and principal payable at the
American Exchange National Bank, New York...

Bonds issued for construction of additional Trunk
Sewers, same legislation as preceding; of date
June 1, 1892, payable June 1, 1932, redeemable

Amount carried forward



50,000 00



1,585,000 00



25,000 00



75,000 00



70,000 00



50,000 00



$120,000 00



$1,660,000 00



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June 1, 1912; each $1,000. Nos. A-1 to A-300,
bearing 4 per cent interest, pavable half-yearly
on the first days of June and December eacn
year. Interest and principal payable at the
American Exchange National Banlc, New York.
Signed by J. B. Mosby, Mayor; Aug. Herrmann,
President Board of Administration; and D. W.
Brown. City Auditor; interest coupons signed
by D. W. Brown, City Auditor



MISCELLANEOUS.

One hundred and forty Consolidated Sinking Fund
bonds, each $1,000, numbered 111 to 181, except
No. 178, not issued, and 954 to 1023; of date July
1, 1881, redeemable at option of the city of Cin-
cinnati, on or after July 1, 1911, payable at
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
July 1, 1931; bearing 4 per cent per annum
interest, payable half-yearly at same place, on the
first days of January and July. Bonds signed
by Joseph Longworth or A. F. Perry, Presidents
Board of Trustees of the Sinking Fund, coun-
tersigned by E. O. Eshelby, Comptroller; issued
to purchase fee of wharf lota held by heirs of
0. Skaats and Mary J. Perrin, near intersection
of Front, Fifth, and Freeman streets; interest
coupons signed by E. 0. Eshelby, Comptroller

One Consolidated Sinking Fund Bond, issued for
purchase fee of the undivided interest held by
John L. Stettinius in wharf property, commenc-
ing at intersection of Front street and east line
of lot 29, Ludlow's subdivision, thence west-
wardly along Front street 676 feet, thence from
both points to river, under an Act of the Legis-
lature passed April 9, 1880; of date December 14,
1896, payable December 14, 1921, and redeemable
December 14, 1916, or any time thereafter, bear-
ing interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum,
payable half-yearly on the 14th days of June and
Decdfciber. Signed by Julius Dexter, President
of the Sinking Fund Trustees, and D. W. Brown,
City Auditor



120,000 00



300,000 00



One Consolidated Sinking Fund Bond, issued for
purchase fee of the undivided interest held by
Charles W. Home in wharf property, com-
mencing at intersection of Front street and
east line of Lot 29, Ludlow's subdivision, thence
westwardly along Front street 676 feet, thence
from both points to river, under Act of the
Legislature of Ohio, passed April 9, 1880; of
date September 2, 1897, payable September 1,
1922, and redeemable September 1, 1917, or any
time thereafter; bearing interest at the rate of
4 per cent per annum, payable half-yearly on
the first days of March and September each
year. Signed by Julius Dexter, President of
the Sinking Fund Trustees, and H. P. Boyden
City Auditor



Amount carried forward..



1,660,000 00



420,000 00



140,000 00



44,425 00



I-



43,176 (K>
$2,307,600 00



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One hundred and thirty-8ix bonds, each for $600,
issued by authority of Act of the Legislature
pa^ed April 3, 1889, and of the authorities of
the city had thereunder, for the construction of
a bridge and approach in Liberty Street over
Mill creek and the C. H. <& D. R. R. : of date
June 1, 1889, payable June 1, 1939, redeemable
June 1, 1919; bearing interest at the rate of 4
per cent per annum, payable on the first days
of June and December each year. Interest and
principal payable at the American Exchange
National Bank. >"ew York. Nos. 1 to 136



Bonds issued to provide a fund U> pay the city*s por
.tion of cost of improving the streets, avenues, or
highways of the city with ^^ranite block, asphalt
pavement, or other material, known as "Addi-
tional Pavement Bonds," issued by virtue of Act
of the Legislature of Ohio passed April 5, 1889,
and of proceedings of the city authorities had
thereunder; dated June 1, 1892, payable June 1,
1912, redeemable June 1, 1902, bearing 4 per cent
per annum interest, payable semi-annually,
June Ist and December Ist each year. Bonds
numbered A-1201 to A-1500, both included, each
$500. Signed by Aug. Herrmann, President
Board of Administration, and D. W. Brown,
City Auditor; interest coupons signed by D. W.
Brown, City Auditor. Bonds and coupons pay-
able at the American Exchange National Bank
in the City of New York



Bonds L*)sued to provide a fund to pay the city's por-
tion of cost of improving the streets, avenues, or
highway's of the city with granite block, asphalt
(lavement, or other material, known as "Addi-
tional Pavement Bonds," issued by virtue of Act
of the Legislature of Ohio passed April 8, 1891,
and of proceedings of the city authorities had
thereunder; dated June 1, 1892, payable June 1,
1912, redeemable June- 1, 1902; bearing 4 per
cent per annum interest, payable semi-annually,
June Ist and December 1st each year. Bonds
numbered A-1501 to A-2100, both included,
each $d00. Signed by Aug. Herrmann, Presi-
dent Board of Administration ; John B. Mosby,
Mayor; and D. W. Brown, City Auditor; interest
coupons signed by D. W. Brown, City Auditor.
Bonds and coupons payable at the American
Exchange National Bank in the city of New
York



Bond issued to provide a fund to pay the city's por
tion of cost of improving the streets, avenues, or
highways of the city with granite block, asphalt
pavement, or other material, known as "Addi-
tional Pavement Bond," issued by virtue of Act
of the Legislature of Ohio passed April 8, 1891,
and of proceedings of the city authorities had
thereunder; dated January 1, 1893, payable Jan
uary 1, 1913, redeemable January 1, 1903; bearing



Amount brought forward..



2,807,600 00



150,000 00



300,000 00



68,000 00



$450,000 00



$2,375,600 00



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4 per cent per annum interest, payable semi-
annually. January Ist and July 1st each year.
Bond numbered A-2101. Signed by Aug. Herr-
mann, President Board of Administration; John
B. Mosby, Mayor; and I). W. Brown, City Au
ditor



One bond, similar to foregoing in all re8i)ects, No.
A-2102, amount



One bond, No. A-2103, dated January 1, 1894, paya-
ble January 1, 1914, redeemable January 1, 1904;
in all otlier respects similar to foregoing



Bonds issued to provide a fund to pay the city*s por
tion of cost of improving the streets, avenues, or
highways of the city witn ^anite block, asphalt
l>avement, or other material, known as *'Addi
tional Pavement Bonds," issued by virtue of Act
of the Legislature of Ohio passed April 8, 1891,
and of proceedings of the city authorities had
thereunder; dated June 1, 1894, payable Junel,
1914, redeemable June 1, 1904; bearing 4 per cent

yer annum interest, payable semi-annually,
une Ist and December 1st each year. Bonds
numbered A-2104 to A-2503 both included, each
$500. Signed by Aug. Herrmann, President
Board of Administration; John A. Caldwell,
Mayor; and D.W. Brown, City Auditor; interest
coupons signed by D. W. Brown, City Auditor.
Bonds and coupons payable at the American
Exchange National Bank in city of New York...

Loan for construction of Eighth-street Viaduct,
known as Viaduct Bonds, issued under Act of
the Legislature March 24, 1890, and of proceed-
ings of municipal authorities had thereunder.
Nos. 1 to 700, each bond $500; of date June 1,
1892, payable June 1, 1922; bearing 4 per cent
per annum interest; principal and interest
payable at American Exchange National Bank,
New York. Signed by Aug. Herrmann, Presi-
dent of Board of Administration, and D. W.
Brown, City Auditor; Interest coupons signed
by D. W. Brown, City Auditor



Loan for the purchase of avenues, known as Avenue
Bonds, ibsued under Act of the Legislature
passed April 21, 1890, and of proceedings of the
municipal authorities had thereunder. Nos. 1
to 110; of date June 1, 1890, payable June 1,
1912, redeemable June 1, 1902; bearing 4 per
cent per annum interest; principal and interest
payable at American Exchange National Bank,
New York. Signed by J. B. Mosby, Mayor;
Aug. Herrmann, President Board of Admin-
istration; and D. W. Brown, City Auditor;
interest coupons signed by D. W. Brown, City
Auditor



Amount brought forward.,



460,000 00



125,000 00



175,000 00



100,000 00



200,000 00



2,375,600 00



1,050,000 00



350,000 00



65,000 00



$3,830,000 00



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Loan for repairing and improving the Workhouse,
issued under Act of the Le^lature passed March
22, 18d3, and* of municipal proceedings had
thereunder. Nos. A-1 to A-200, each $500, of
date June 1, 18d3; bearing 4 per cent per annum
interest, payable half-yearly, on the first days
of June and December each year; bonds pa]^able
June 1, 1923, at the American Exchange National
Bank, New York. Signed by John B. Mosby,
Mayor, and D. W. Brown, City Auditor. In-
terest coupons signed by D. W. Brown, City
Auditor



Loan for Workhouse Improvements, being one bond,
No. A-201, issued under provision of Act of the
Legislature passed March 22, 1893; of date June
1, 1894; payable June 1, 1924; bearing 4 per cent
per annum interest, payable June Ist and De-
cember 1st each year. Signed by John A. Cald-
well, Mayor, and D. W. Brown, City Auditor...

Ix>an known as Bowlder Pavement Bonds, issued for
improvement of Montgomery Road, under Act
of the Legislature passed March 25, 1891, and of
municipal proceeoings had thereunder. Three
hundred bonds, each $500, numbered 1 to 300 ;
of date June 1, 1892, payable June 1, 1912,
redeemable June 1, 1902 ; bearing 4g{, per annum
interest, payable June 1st and December 1st
each ^ear; principal and interest payable at the
American Exchange National Bank, New York.
Signed by Aug. Herrmann, President Board of
Administration, and D. W. Brown, City Audi-
tor; interest coupons signed by D. W. Brown,
City Auditor « ,



Loan known as Highway Improvement, being one
bond numbered 1, issued under Act of the Legis
lature passed April 12, 1893, of date January 1,
1894, payable January 1, 1934, redeemable Jan-
uary 1, 1914, bearing 4 per cent per annum inter-
est; payable January Ist and July 1st each year.
Signed by John B. Mosbv, Mayor; Aug. Herr-
mann, President Board of Administration ; and
D. W. Brown, City Auditor



Loan known as Market-house Bond, being issued for
reconstructing and re -erecting market - houses
under Act of the Legislature passed May 16, 1894,
and of resolution of Board of Administration
adopted June 26, 1894, bearing 4 per cent interest
per annum ; of date June 1, 1894, payable June 1,
1914, but redeemable June 1, 1904. One bond for
amount Signed by John A. Caldwell. Mayor;
Aug. Herrmann, President of Board of Admin-
istration; and D. W. Brown, City Auditor



Loan known as Additional Bridge Bond, issued for
purpose named by Act of the Legislature passed
February 6, 1894, bearing 4 per cent per annum
interest; of date June 1, 1895, payable June 1,



Amount carried forward..



100,000 00



6,000 00



3,830,600 00



106,000 00



150,000 00



50,000 00



60,000 CO



$4,196,600 00



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1905. One bond for amount. Signed by Aug.
Herrmann, President Board of Adminifitration,
and D. W. Brown, City Auditor



rx)an known as Special Condemnation Bonds, issued
for improvement of Madisonville Avenue by
virtue of an Act of the Legislature of Ohio
passed May 16, 1894, and proceedings of the
municipal authorities had thereunder; dated
June 1, 1895, payable June 1, 1915; bearing
4 per cent per annum interest, payable half-
yearly on the Ist days of June and December
each year. Bonds signed by John A. Caldwell,
Mayor; Aug. Herrmann, President Board of Ad
ministration; and D. W. Brown, City Auditor.

No. 1, amount $19,000 00

No. 2, " 16,000 00



Loan for repairing, improving, and building addi
tions to House of Refuge, issued under Act of the
Legislature passed April 22, 1896, and of munici
palproceedings had' thereunder ; of date July 1,
1896, payable July 1, 1928; bearing 4 per cent per
annum interest, payable half-yearly, on the hrst
days of January and July. Signed by John A.
Caldwell, Mayor, andD.W. Brown, City Auditor;
issued in two manuscript bonds.

No. 1, amount $34,000 00

' No. 2, *• 6,000 00



Loan known as Special Condemnation Bond, issued
under Act of Legislature of Ohio passed April
21, 1896 (92 0. L. 582), and a resolution of Board
of Administration passed November 3, 1897;
dated November 1. 1897, payable November 1,
1917, and redeemable November 1, 1907; bearing
3.5 per cent per annum interest, payable half-
yearly on the first days of May and November
each year. One bond for amount. Signed by
Gustav Tafel, Mayor; Aug. Herrmann, President
of Board of Administration ; and H. P. Boyden,
City Auditor



Loan known as Market-house Bond, being issued for
the purpose of constructing, erecting, reconstruct-



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