There was notliing of unusual inPublic Works Wednesday nigbt. All terest at the meeting of the Board of members of the board were present and City Engineer Key, City Attorney Kearuey, City Street Commissiouer Itoss, City ClerU Mills, ex-Comniissioner Ward, President Hiscoek and Aid. Moore lent their moral aud vocal aid. Several other prominent citizer.s curiously watehed the legislative motions tf the triumvirate. irursuant to orders of the couunon council the board ordered Clerk Mills to advertise for bids "for scraplng and painting the bridges over Ihe Huron rlver with asphalt painr. one coat on iron and two eoats on wood," for paving the gutter on Miller ivo., for a stone culvert on the -V3st sitie of Ashley st, for the grading of Eighth st., and for lowering the Washtenaw ave. sewer. The city 'íngineer vas asked to prepare aii estímate foi" grading the alley off of Liberty st., to prepare plans and speciücations for macadarnizing Detroit st. The matter of culverts on Washington s:. was referred to Pres. Smith and Aid. Mooie; Aid. Moore, Pres. Smith and Engineer Key were directed to visit Detroit and examine Into the macadam used in that city; the question of construeting a cement crosswalk on Washington across Fourth was referred back to the council; matter of Maynard st. well was referred to Pres. Smith, H. G. Prettyman. was granted use of street for building materials; a written order was directed served upon L. C. Weinmann to construc-t his plumbing conformable to the plumbing rules; the laying of a tile drain on S. University ave. was referred to Mr. Keech and Engineer Key.