Superintendent of Poor Sipley's reporc to the council last evening on the expenditores for the montu of July suosved the E'irst ward reoeived $13.69; Second ward, $9.75; Third ward, 123.35; Fourth ward, $17.07; Fifth ward, $15.66 Sixth and Seventh wards nothing. The total aid given was $ I Vm Olí City Fhysician Spitzley's report for the qnarter ending Aug. 1, showed an expense of $4.15 or medicines. City Clerk Harkins asked for more time to make his report. He fonnd there was more work to it this year than last City Treasurer Lnick"s report will not be read until the next meeting at the same time the cierks report is to be ready. lt was ready and showed monies received dnring the inonth of July for the following fnnds : Bridge, cnlvert and crosswalks, $12,000; contingent, $7,495; city cemetery, $200; dog, $2; fire, $8,000; poor, $2,000; pólice, $8,000; street, $11,000; nncollected city tax fund, 16,753.29; excass of rolls, $261.20; water, $5,000; homeopathie hespital site, $17,000; maiu sewer tax, $3,000; total, $85,711.49. Disbnraed: Bridge, calvert aad crosswalk, $148 75, contingent, 1,229.63; city cemetery, $20.25; state dog tax, $7; deliuqneut, $646.64 fire, $12.16; poor, $132 16; pohce, $33.70; street, $2,094.89; water, $3,278.56, total city tax to be collected, $68,461.20; total, $76,357 78; overdraft last report, $18,362.61.