it concurred in. Resolutions to authorize the CoHlector of assessments assessments for widening Centre street, to suspend the col lection in certain cases concurred in. The two Boards then went into joint ballot. Appointments The following persons were an - pointcd inspectors of rluctions. 1st Ward, John P. Phenix, Hcnrv L. Pierson, Stephen R. Harris. 2d. Rev.C. Hanec, Isaac Phyfo, Henry D. Cwnle. 31, Ocorpj Curtis, James Styles, Asa Hall. 4th, Bjh hard Williams, Jira Bull, Beninmin Tovrownd. 5th. Ifane Anderson, Rieliiinl Ten F.yek, Ilobert H. Morris. ih, Phelix OW'eil, Clarksen Crolius, Isaac Kip;). 7th, Zehcdee Riny, Theodore Crane, Georjre C. Morgan. 8fh, J. J. M. Bhkenv, Jacob V. Carnu - r, Saniiicf G. Raymond. 9th, Jacob Brush, Alfred Carharr, Richard Reed. 10th, Tlvimas Aflieck, John Palmer, Levi D. Slamm. 11th, Thomas Valentine. Henrv R. Knaim. Thomas P. Wallworth. 12th, Andrew MelJonlie, Alfred .Shearman, Garret H. Striker. 13th, Georsje fJraiif, John Palmer, Thomas S. Timpson. 14th, Lambert Suydnm, Arestus Doolittlc, Ed ward Towns - end. 15th, J. 15. Glentwonh, Henry K. Davis, Livingston Livingston Livingston. 10th, Samuel K. Thistl.', Daniel W Bucklan, R. D. West. 17th, James Frecland, Richard Barnes, Andrew Jacktuan.