All, excepting one, of the aldermen were in their seats last evening. The Board of Public Works reommended sidewalks on Fifth st., lom Jefferson to Madison, and on he east side of Traver street and in :ront of Mrs. Hallock's property on i'ackard street. Sixteen teamsters petitioned for an ordinance licensing teamsters. Twenty-one residents petitioned :or an extensión of the street railvay from Washtenaw avenue on Geddes avenue, to Elm street, south on Elm to South University avenue, vest on South University avenue to State street. Bills were allowed to the amount of $2, 117. 63. The ordinance relative to disorderly houses was jassed. The poor expenses for February were reported at $136.48. The marshal reported three arrests, of which two were drunks and one a vagrant. The city treasurer reported $11,878.75 on hand. Aid. Mann introduced a long preamble and resolution, reciting that the residents of Packard street, excepting two, had not petitioned for the street railway on that street, that the street is only sixty feet wide from fence to fence, and that after the lawn extensions are taken out only thirty-two feet in width is left and requesting the railway compan; to take some other streets to the court house. The motion was laic upon the table, and the counci adjourned.