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73 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 20 1886 E C Huntley R Intox 3 months from Aug 11th 1886 Harms & Peters R Intox 3 months from Aug 20th 1886 A Slorah R Intox 3 months from Aug 28th1886 Wm Gross R Intox 3 months from Aug 1st 1886 E Champeaux R Intox 3 months from Sept 5 1886 A P Hoteling Co Wholesale Intox 6 months from July 16 1886 Ernst Romey R Malt 3 months from Aug 22 1886 Fred Gasch R Malt 3 months from Aug 8 1886 W Waugh R Malt 3 months from Aug 16 1886 M McDonald R Malt 3 months from Aug 13 1886 thos Anderson R Malt 3 months from Aug 8 1886 Margaret O'Shea R Malt 3 months from Aug 15 1886 The Vote upon issuing said licenses is as follows to wit: In favor of the same J M Frink J Green, T D Hinckley, T W Lake, R Russell & C F Reitze against none Bills Allowed The following claims against the City having been duly audited and allowed by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows viz: Name WarrantFund Amount Remarks John W McGee 1847 City 28.21 Services as Police Officers D H Blackman 1848 City 26.00 Services as Police Officers W H DeWolf 1849 City 32.00 Services as Police Officers A McRae 1850 City 28.21 Services as Police Officers [Geo M Craig]] 1851 City 2.00 Services as Police Officers E Shepard 1852 City 69.30 Deputy Clerk D C Harris 1853 City 3.75 Recording Deeds G Davis & Co 1854 City 12.00 Code & Laws E Meyer 1855 City 2.50 Meals for Election Ofrs E Hoisington 1856 City 2.50 Specl Officer H & W McDonald 893 Fire 6.00 Washing Hose Wm McDonald 894 Fire 1.00 Work at Jackson St Bridge Wm McDonald 895 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose Boardman & Woolery 896 Fire 6.00 Washing Hose

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251 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 9 1887 Be it remembered that the Common Council of the Cit of Seattle met in its Council Chamber this 9th day of August 1887 pursuant to adjournment The following officers are present to wit: Acting Mayor J Furth & Councilmen Frink, Moran, Neisz Russell & Reitze & W R ForrestClerk. The council proceeds with the examination and equalization of the Assessment roll for 1887. Ordered that Lot 7 Block 35 C D Boren's Plat be assessed to Mrs Lavinia Clark, and that lots 6-7-8-910 Block 28 Bigelows Addn be assessed to James E Clark said property having been omitted from the roll by the assessor. Ordered that Lot 7 Block 2 Bayside Addn be assessed to Helen L Pearce and that the same property be stricken from the assessment of Thos J McWarren Ordered that Block 20 Comstock Addition consisting of 8 Lots be assessed to C K Jenner at valuation of $560. the same having been omitted from the roll by the assessor. Ordered that 3&1/2 of land situated in Sec 20 Township 25 N R 4 and valued at $325. be assessed to J R Andrews the same being omitted by the ass'r Ordered that the A P Hoteling Co be reduced on personal property from $15,194. to $10,663. Ordered that E P Ferry be reduced on Personal Property from $14,929. tp $795. Acct. mortgages wrongfully assessed.

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502 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE June 15 1888 Report of A A Bell and F W Wald the committee appointed to obtain dedications of property along the line of Second Street for the purpose of widening said street, recommmending that the Council pass an Ordinance condemning property on Second Street for the purpose of widening said street, read and referred to Street Com, & City Atty. Licenses Referred Davidson & Grubb, Beede & Sinclair, Jo Francisco, Dietz & Meyer, Melhorn & Probst, Gumbert & Clinch, M Racine, Geo Meister, Jus McCarey, M & K Gottstein, A Slorah,A P Hoteling Co, L Diller, Geo Drefel, E J Powers, Charles Ross, James P Tighe Adolph Schander, Jacob Bersch, James W Smith J H Foster, Oscar Johnson, Fred Schopp, Henry Haggenmaker, Branham & Carson, J T Armstrong, Oscar Johnson Licenses Ordered Issued Kreielscheimer Bros & Frank Clinch The vote upon issuing said licenses is as folows In favor of the same Frink,Green, Lake, Niesz Russell & Rietze. Against the same none. Tenth Street Improvement Bids for the Improvement of Tenth Street from Broadway to Seneca Street under Ordinance No 944 were opened and read as follows: Henderson & Locke Earthwork per cubic yard .39&1/2cents Cribbing per MBM[thousand Board feet] $18.00 Sidewalks per MBM[thousand Board feet] $17.50 Box Drains per MBM[thousand Board feet] $19.00 Clearing and grubbing per acre $150.00

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521 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Jul 6 1888 mending that a sewer be put in Madison Street from 7th St to 12th St the same to be of 8 inch stone pipe. From Same Committee recommending that an 8 inch stone pipe sewer be put in on South Second Street between Main & Jackson Streets and connecting with the Main Street Sewer. Adopted. License Referred Seattle Hotel Company Licenses Ordered Issued. Joshua Prosser, Julius Wegert, J T Armstrong, Clancy & McMasters, Jensen & Kunst, Ahlby & Kriedel, Thompson & O'Hara, Shaw & Alger, Jno Brannan, O N Morse, J M Blanchard, Mark Norton, Wm Grose & Son, A F Able, Davidson and Grubb, Jo Francisco, Dietz and Meyer, Gumbert and Clinch, M Racine, A Slorah, E C Slorah, M McDonald W F Allen, E J Powers, Adolph Schander, Jacob Bersch, J W Smith, J H Foster, Oscar Johnson Fred Schoepp, Barnham and Carson, Oscar Johnson(2) Melhorn and Probst, Beede & Sinclair, J F McGrath, Henry Robbins, George Meister, John McCarey, Henry Robbins(2), H Haggenmaker, [L Diller]], A P Hoteling Co M & K Gottstein, Frank Heimen, Geo Delfel, James P Tighe, Charles Ross, Swanson and Anderson, Chas O'Hara and E C Huntley & Co, J T Armstrong, Julius Wegert & Co The vote upon issuing said licenses is a follows, to wit: In favor of the same Frink, Green, Lake, Moran, Neisz, Russell & Reitze. Against the same none. Bills allowed The following claims aginst the City having been duly audited and allowed are orderd paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows, viz:

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