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of the city, reported a resolution increasing the salaries of the following officers: Messenger of the Council, $1,000; Overseer of City Hands, $1,000; Clerk of the First Market, $1,400; Clerk of the Second Market, $1,300; 1st Day Police Officer, $1,200; ten others, $1,000 each; Captain of the Night Watch, $1,200; three Lieutenants, $1,000 each; Night Watch, each $2.50 per night; Engineer Cities Steam- Engine, $1,000; Fireman, $700; Ostler, $700. The Council passed a resolution allowing Cox & Brother and Boyle & Gamble to get each two loads of coke from the City Gas Works per week, on paying therefore thirty cents per bushel. The bonds of James P. Tyler, Clerk of the 2d Market, and of Samuel Ellis, Clerk of the 1st Market, were submitted and the security approved. Mr. Scott offered a resolution that the Committee on Finance be instructed to inquire into the expediency of increasing the percentage allowed the City Collector. A resolution was adopted appointing a co