President Cooley calis council meetings to order promptly on time. Last evening petitions were received asking for the placing of new fire hydrants on the corner of Seventh and West Jefferson street and on the corner of South University avenue and Linden street, which were referred to the water committee. The draymen petitioned for the repeal of the dray license. Dr. Kapp asked for permission to erect two frame dwelling houses on his premises on South Main street and that the same courtesy be granted him as had been granted others on the sameblock. Ellen and, [Peter Paquette claimed that the street commissioner had constructed a sidewalk on what was supposed to be the North line of Felch street but which was really on their property and asked for a committee to investígate. The Arbeiter ungs Verein invited the council to particípate in their procession, June io, which invitation was accepted. President Cooley, Mayor Doty, Aid. Herzand Martin were appointed a committee to arrange the city's part in the procession on June 10 and the sum of $100 was appropriated to pay the expenses. The board of public works were asked to obtain figures on the cost of a stone crusher. The bond of Ludwig Walz was approved.