OFÏIOK Oí THK BoA.L i' P 'üMC W„,!KS. I An.n AxBOR, MioUí. A'.inust JOtn, lhJó, Eeculav meeting. Calle;! to oiJ-i' !y Pres. Keoch. Eoll called. Full board present. Minutes of iirevioua üieeiing read nd approved. Mr. Diinie! Hiscock appeared before he Board and asked permission to juild asidewalk in front of lus propeity ou VV. Summit street about two 'ect frora the property line. Mr. Hiscock was informed that the Joard could not give any such permission that the Sidewidk Ordinance covered the matter wliere sidewalks must be built. Mr. Schuit mowl that we ïècommend and ask the Common Council to appropriate the sum of $100 lor the grading of Prospect street. Aflopted as lollows: Yeas- Me-.rs. Keecli, Schuil and Mclntyre. O:i motioii tlie bids for ione culvert on FHth stret-t(2nd waru") was opened and !nspecti. The bids were fonnd tobe as follows: John MiihUcc furniabing labor and all materia!, $00. Koek Bros., furuishing labor and all material, $385, furnishiiig all material excepting stoue, $321. Seliafïer & Son. furuisliing labor and all material, $864, furnishing all material excepting stone, $566. Mr. Schuh moved th;it the respective bids for culvert on Fifth street be transniitted to the Council with recommendation that the bid oL Koch Bros., at the sum of $385, be accepted. Adopted as follows: Yeas- Messrs. Keech, Schuh and Mclntyre. The Clerk stated he had prices on .24 inch cast irou pipe a!so oa cements. O" motion Mr. Schuh and the Engineer was directed to select pipe and cements to be nsed in the sewer construction, and the Clerk to order the same at on-e. Tl.e street buis for the montb of August were read and tuiditeil by the Board. On roption the Board adjourned. W. J. Millek, Clerk. Pere Charmatanf, ïounder of tte order of the White Fathers, who was born in l'rance in 1844, has been appointed to succeed the late Cardinal Lavig-erie as priinate of Afrioa..