All the aldermen vvere present at the council meeting, last evening. The vote for alderman of the fourth ward was canvassed and C. Frank O'Hearn declared elected. He was sworn in, took his seat and participated in the further deliberations of the council. The bonds of the city clerk and the constables were approved. The following druggists' bonds were approved: Goodyear, Calkins,Brown,Mann Bros.,Moore. The following liquor bonds were accepted as sufficient: Gwinner, McIntyre, Frank, Clarken, Frank, Hardinghaus, Reynolds, Golz, Damm, Brahm, Goetz, Koch, Mulbatch,'Ardner, Schneider, Goetz jr., Herz, Reimold, Gauss, Schlanderer, Dupper, Schettle, Binder, Roth, Werner, Oesterlin, Welch & Clancy, Martin & Fisher, Stadel & Rauschenberger, Besimer, Brown, Wagner, Schneider, jr. The printing of the council proceedings and the procedings of the board of public works was awarded to the Argus and Courier at twenty cents per thousand ems for each paper by a vote of 12 to i. The petition of the street railway company for a change of route was taken from the table and the proposed ordinance was referred to the ordinance committee. The sum of $50 was appropriated to buy a desk for the city papers in the city clerk's office. J. R. Miner was employed to examine the books of the city treasurer and clerk. The salaries were fixed the same as last year. The petition of Messrs. Gruner and Treadwell to be allowed to erect two frame dwellings on the corner of Williams and Main streets was granted. President Cooley appointed the following committees: Finance - Mann, Hall, Herz. Ordinance - Martin, Wines, Taylor. Street - Hall, Martin, Fillmore, Ferguson, Taylor, Mann. Sidewalks - Wines, Herz, Allmendinger, O'Hearn, Rehberg, Kitson. Fire Department - Ferguson, Rehberg, Fillmore. Water - O'Hearn, Mann, Allmendinger. Pólice - Taylor, Wines, Martin. Lighting - Herz, Allmendinger, Kitson. License - Kitson, Taylor, Ferguson. Parks - Fillmore, O'Hearn, Hall. Poor - Rehberg, Allmendinger, Wines. The council then adjourned.