The common Council met last Monday night, but very little business was transacted. Some of the members had not examined the plan of the new T. & A. A. station building, and consequently refused to vote upon the resolution read by Aid. Spokes, and as action upon this resolution was of first importance, adjournment was necessary. The resolution which was laid on the table is as follows : Resolved, Tbat this Council, desiring to manifest the good will existing toward the Toledo R. R. on the part of the cltlzens of Ann Arbor, hereby agree at once to open Second-st, on conditlon thal the railroad company shall bulla a depot at least as good as th plans submitted indicate At the same time we respectfully ask that the plana be reconsiderad by the company with a view to giving our city a lartter and better boilding, which we think its growing condition wanants. . . Some members of the council are not satisBed with the plans of the depot, and think the railroad company should put up a better building thaa they propose. The finance committee recommended the allowance of bilis to the amount of $2 018.5!), which was adopled. The city marshal reported the expenditure of money from the poor fund for August as follows : Istward -J" 2nd " , or( , 188 ïS " 24W VL. .. 22.50 SiS " :::::::::::: 13.50 Total - 90-21 The city treaurer reported a balance on hand of $1.590.35. The first number of the Luther Enterprise has made its appearance. It is owned by a stook company, and the edi tor is H. Wirt Newkirk, who, during the past sumniert was connected with The Register. The Enterprise is the outgrowth of dissatiefaction feit by the Republicana of Luther with the Luther Lance, a pape which was started largely by the monej of Republicana and whilepretending to be independent, faTored the Demócrata, final ly coming out as a straight Democratie sheet Mr. Newkirk has made his firs number a lively and bright Rpublican paper, and profperity is sure to follow i ander bis manage ment.