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Many New Stone Walks Ordered

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The council met last Monday evening, all the members being present excepting Aid. Spokes. The minutes of the previous meetings wëre approved. A petition for au electric light on the corntr of Fourth and Ann streets was referred to the general f und committee. A petition was received f rom the commander of Welch post, G. A. R., asking the city to give assistance to Mrs. Abate, of the fifth ward. Michael Clark resigned nis position on the pólice torce and his resignation was accepted. The sidewalk committee recommend ed that a stone walk be laid on the wes side of Main street adjacent to the property of Mack & Schmid. Wm. Ar nold, Henry Krause, Jacob Halier, Geo Lutz, the Behr estáte, H. Schlack es tate, John Hunt, Vanderwarker estáte George Olarkins and Franklin Parker also on the east side of Main street ad jacent to the property of Wm. l'antle Wm. Groves, A. Torry and C. 11. Rich mond; and on the south side of Huron street adjacent to the property of C Lewis, Clancy estáte, Mrs. W. Hender son, Mrs. A. Sutherland, Benj. Day Mrs. Devany and W. H. Mclntyre; als on north side of Ann street adjacent t the property of John Reynolds, Dr. W B. Smith aud the Morgan estáte. The walk in front of the Morgan estáte on Hurou and Fifth streets was ordered repaired. The report was adopted. The flre department eommittee veported agaiiist allowing J. D. Baldwiu to build a fraaie shed in the rear of kis store on State street and the report was adopted. Ou motion of Aid. Millar, the mayor was empowered to recommend three uilding inspectors to the councilatthe exc meeting. Some debate ensued upon the Sorg matter, in relation to the mortgages vhich Dr. Smith, administrator of the state, wanted released. On motion of Aid. Ware, the mayor, Aid. Ware and O'Mara were! made a ommittee to make arrangements for pening a street across Mr. Lennon's roperty in the fifth ward, to report at he next meeting. After this, the counil adjourned.


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