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Doings Of The Common Council

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The regular mouthly meeting ot the Counoil was held on Monday evening, Aid. King, Kyer and Rogers were uot present. PETITIONB. Of David Pickett, tor the tilling up oï the Hooper spring, ia iront ot his residence, on North State street. Beferred to Street Committee. üf Geo. Clarken and othera, for erection of street lamp on coruer of A nu and Second ats. To General Fund Committee. BEPOBTS. Billa against the various funda ot' the city were reud by the Reecorder, which were allowed and warrants ordered drawn for their a'nounta. The following are tho amounts : General fund, $535.17 ; General Street, fl, 183.99 ; First ward, 1225.47 ; Second ward, $148.43 Third ward, $55.67; Fourth ward, $348.13; Fifth ward, $62.20; Sixth ward, $252.88 ; City Cemetery, $20.00 ; Contingent, $311 71- total, $3,143.55. The Sidewallc Committee reported favorably on the petitions for sidewalk on eaat side of Thayer street between North University Ave. and Washington street, and on south side of ííorth etreet between División and Detroit streets. Accepted and adopted. The Street Committee, to whom waa referred the matter of obstruction of High street, rejorted that they flnd said street obstructed by a house, on the northwest corner of Main and fligh streets, the house projecting iuto the street twenty-flve feet. Accepted, and on moiou the owuer was ordered to remove such obatruction witliiu ten days, and if this be not done, that the Marshal be directed to take charge of auch removal. The Pólice Committee reported in relation to the charges preferred against the City Marshal at the last meeting. They had received the reply of the Marshal, and after a carefu' consideration of it, had come to the conclusión that the accused had not fairly met the charges, and that while his intentious may have been [ood he had evidently lacked judgment, but at his earnest rsquest, and because he had nomised to exercise more cate iu the performance of his duties hereatter, they recommend hat bis explanatiou be received and placed on file, leaving f urther actiou in the hands of the Council. Accepted and placed on tile. The late committee to settle with ex-Treasurer Rogers, reported that since their report on settlement warranta to the nmount of $515 lad been fouud, the same hnving been caahed and no account made thereof, and recommended that the amount be retunied to him. Ac cepted and adopted. The Marshal reported relative to relief furniahed to the city poor during the mouth of une: No. of families relieved, 34, of which ix are new applicants ; amount of relief furniahed, $129.33, divided among the several wards aa follows: Fiist ward, $16 51; Second ward, $24.49; Third ward, $11.88; Fourth ward, $45.64 ; Fitth ward, $2.13 ; Sixth ward, $13.68. M SC f LLANEOUS. On motion, the General Fund Committee