Mouday evening was the regula monthly meeting of the council, and a full board responded. Aid. Allmen dinger appearing for the first time since his trip south, looking much lmproved ii health and jovial in spirits. The mili commenced grinding on a petltion of 6th warders, asking for the extensión of Churcli st. south to the south line of R. S. Smith's 2d addition to the city of Ann Arbor. A communication from Chas. R. Wliitman, attorney, clalmining $500 damages for his cliënt, Moses G. Neithammer, for injuries recelved "from a defective walk on the North side of Liberty st., In front of Cliase property, at the northeast corner of Liberty and Jewett sts." Referred to General Fund Cummlttee and the city attorney. A communication was read from Mayor Smith stating that he had deposited $95 with the city treasurer, on the extensión of Church st., which had been collected by hira nnd $05 on notes on the condition that the city put the street tlirough. The same was adopted. Aid. Swift trom the Finance Comtnlttee presented the following expenditures for the motith : st ward fund „ _ f l 50 5th ' " 8oi eth ' "zr.'.'.r.r. 321 Oen. street fund sss 90 GJeneral ' 761 00 Contingent " 493 3.1 Total $1,800 93 Other bilis amounting to $5.65 011 contingent fund, and $3.75 011 2d ward fund were allowed also. A bilí of $25.00 in favor of Mrs. E. T. [lollister, for nurslng cases of typhoid fever, was also allowed. City Marshal Sipley reportcd eight arresta during the month, and the disposition of the same, and the following expenditure of the poor fund: 8t ward $ 27 95 2J " 18 71 ¦& m 42 04 th „ 131 50 5tö " _„..„ 91 61 Ui " „.„ 14 00 Total $325 71 City Attorney Joslyn presented an amendment to the market ordinance exeuding the limits so as to Include Ingalls t. on the east, thus shutting teams with wood, hay, etc., off of State st. and N. Jnlverslty Ave. Aid. Herz moved that the committee 011 fire department be authorized to put a telephoiie in the 2d ward engine house r near thereto, as they may deern best. Carried. Aid. Ware offered the following: Resolved, That the iinnuil Report of the tecorder be publlahed In ihe Democrat and .'uiikikk at the same compeusaüou as hereofore allowed. Which was adoptad. A recess of five minutes was taken to organize as a board of registration. Jpon reassembling the name of L. D. Wine was reponed as chalrman and Vin. Herz secretary, and the following iliiers designated in which to hold the meeting of the board of registration on Yednesday, March 28tli, and the elecion on April 2d: lst ward- Albert Sorg's shop, E. Washington st. 2d ward- Win. Herz s shop, W. Washington 3d ward- Agricultural Koom, court house. 4th ward- Flreraan'B Hall. .'i 11 ward - Engine House. iii h ward- Engine House. On motion of Aid. Wiiief, A. F. Mnrin was chosen Aklerman of tlie ötli ward for registration and electiou puroses. On motion of Aid. Swift, T. E. Keatng was chosen Alderman of the 4th ward for registration and electiou puroses. The Recorder was authorized to ittend o the usual piiuliug umi posting of lotices. Aid. Kearns offered tlie following: itmolveJ, That the Recorder Is Iiereby lnj tructwl lo post the necessary legal notlcea or the opening oí Churoh t., throagh lot 5 look 1 of K. 8. Buaith's 'IA addltlou to the lty ol Anu Arbor. Wliich wh8 adopted. Council then adjourned.