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A regular meeting of the common council was beid Monday evening. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. Of the Board of Health for the payment of $21 to Wm. Aeton for services in September, in taking care of a man who was quarantined, supposed to be infected with smalt pox. Referred to Board of Supervisors for payment. Reporta of recorder and treasurer were placed on file. The treasurer's report showed a balance of $4,551.93 on hand. Conrad Krapf presented a bilí of $20.44 for interest due on discounting a warrant paid in 187C, which was sat down on. On motion of the recorder the sum of $275 was transferred from the contingent fuml to the general street fund. This will enable them to meet bilis due. A warrant of $2.10 was drawn in favor of Mr. Crawford for taxes paid by him on property assessed to, but not belonging to him. The bill of G. F. Rhodes, claiming $30 as sextoa of fifth ward cemetery, for sixteen year's services rendered, was laid on the table. Albert Keeler was appointed special pólice at the depot without expende to the rilv. The sidewalk couinjittee was instructed to look after a sidewalk on the southwest coruer of West Second and Liberty streets. The chief of pólice was instructed to notify the Michigan Central Railroad to remove thetr swiich, now situated so as to obstruct the frte passage of Detroit street, where the railroad crosses said t-treet. Wm. Burk was granted permission to build a l'rauie barn on his lot in the sixth ward. The city treasurer was instruotcd to pay to the school board the dog tax in his hands, amounting lo $59.52. A bill of $25, presented byE. D. Kinne for settling suits between the city and Btudents, was allowed. EXECUTIVE SESSION. The council then went into exeeutive session, when Louis Taylor precented a bill of $200 for injuries sustained from a bajonet wound inflicted by a member of Company A during the students' disturbance. It was relerrea to a committee conMsting of the city attorney, Aids. Ferdon, Besimer and Hill, and the matter was compromised by paying him $175, he giving a receipt in full for all claims of whatever name or nature.