At the special meeting of the cornmon council, Monday night, a full council was present. As soon as the couucil got down to business a motion by Aid. Allniendinger instructing the street committee to set back the fence in front of the Gundert property on First street was carried. The council decided to appoint a board of fence reviewers and the following were appointed: First ward, Conrad Krapf Second ward, John C. Schmid; Thirc ward, Wm. J. Clark; Fourth ward, D J. Loomis; Fifth ward, Newton Felch Sixth ward, T. J.Keech. Onmotionof Aid. Allmendinger, a new sidewalk was ordered ou the east side of fourth street, bétween Fontiac and North streets. Aid. Kearns moved that the original grade on north Main street be re-estab lished. After some discussion, the council decided to look at the street Thursday af ternoon . Mis. Alice Ai. Risdon asked for permission to build a two story frame dwelling on the corner of Fourth and Liberty streets and was granted that privilege. Michael Gauss was permitled to build a small frame dwelling 10 by 12 on Liberty street adjoining Michael Braun"s wagon shop, providing he covered it with corrugated iron. An ordinance was passed requiring physicians and househqlders to report deatns to the board of healtfi. The fire committee was authorized to buy a gons; for the hook and ladder truck at a cost not to exceed S20. The aldermen and pólice were instructed to report the dates wheu electric lights were out to the general f uud committee. The matter of David Henning's claim of legal redress for the closiug of State street and the raising of the grade of Detroit street was talked over and the couucil adjourned.'