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Seattle Aug 2nd 1884 To the Honorable Mayor and Common Council of the City of Seattle Gentlemen: We the undersigned petitioners residents of the first ward, having full confidence in the intergity, sobriety and personal courage of Mr Wm Morris of said first ward, we would respectfully recommend him as a suitable person to be employed on the police force. Lysander Smith C R Foster Jas MacDonald C McDermoth M J Carkeek J M Pearlmany John McCloskey Patrick Welsh E L Huson C P Lacey B F Ball J C Coelius H S Gooding G Rhranes L A Meyer W O Rinehard M Costopech F W Cavanaugh James Pollack E A Turner F A Keem J D Gardner A Haley N Christensen Elliott John Jefferson O S Wright George W Merton Ed Smith Watson Allen Amos Hurst

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Petition to Extend City Limits of Seattle To the Honorable, the City Council, the Legislative Body of the said city of Seattle, hereby respectfully petition that the boundaries of the City of Seattle be altered and extended so as to include the new territory hereinafter described within the said City of Seattle after proceedings had as required by law, and that you submit to the electors of said city and to the electors residing in the said territory hereinafter described, the question whether said territory shall be annexed to said City of Seattle and become a part thereof. The said new territory proposed to be annexed to the City of Seattle is particularly described as follows to-wit: Beginning at the point in the center of Lake Washington, which is the Northeast corner of the present limits of the City of Seattle; thence Northerly along the center of Lake Washington to an intersection with the south line of Section Sixteen, in Township Twenty-five, Range Four West, W.M., produced eastwardly; thence West in the waters of Lake Washington and Union Bay along said east line produced to the intersection with the east line of said Section Sixteen, produced southerly; thence North in the waters of Union Bay along said east line produced to the shore of said Union Bay, and thence North along the east line of said Section Sixteen and of Section No Nine in said Township and Range to the quarter-section on the east line of said Section Nine; thence West along the center line of said Section Nine to the quarter-section corner in the west line thereof; thence North along the east line lines of Sections Eight and Five in said Township and Range to the north line of said Township Twenty-five North; thence West along said Township line to the quarter-section corner in the north line of Section One, in Township Twenty-five North, Range Three East, which latter point is the Northeast corner of the present corporate limits of the town (now city) of Ballard; thence South along the center line of said Section One, and Sections Twelve and Thirteen in said township Twenty-five North, Range Three East to the Southeast corner of Government Lot 2, in said Section thirteen, said last-named line being the Easterly boundry of said City of Ballard; thence West along the South boundary of said City of Ballard to the center of Salmon Bay; thence Northwesterly following the present corporate limits of the City of Ballard along the center line of Salmon Bay to deep water in Puget Sound of Admiralty Inlet; thence West to the main channel of Puget Sound or Admiralty Inlet; thence southerly along said main to a junction with the main channel from Elliott Bay; thence Easterly and Southeasterly along the main channel of Elliott Bay to the point in the center of Elliott Bay, which is the Northwest corner of the present limits of the City of Seattle; thence Northeastwardly along the present Northwestern boundry of the City of Seattle to the intersection between the shore of said Elliott Bay and the west line of Section Twenty-four, in Township Twenty-five North, Range Three East; thence North, following the present boundary of the City of Seattle along said west line of said Section twenty-four to the quarter section corner in the west line of said Section Twenty-four; thence East, following the present boundary of the City of Seattle along the center line of said Section Twenty-four, and of Sections Nineteen and Twenty in Township Twenty-five North, Range Four East to the east line of said Section twenty; thence South following the present boundary of the City of Seattle, along the east line of said Section Twenty to the Southeast corner thereof; thence East following the present boundry of the City Seattle along the North line of Sections Twenty-eight and Twenty-seven in Township Twenty-five North, Range Four East, to the shore of Lake Washington; and thence Easterly in the waters of Lake Washington following the present boundary of the City of Seattle to the present Northeast corner of the limits of the City of Seattle and place of beginning, including all waters embraced within the boundaries above described. 1 L H Wheeler 2 G Kellogg 3 W W Swank 4 C C Babcock 5 E B Fowler 6J H Landon 7 Henry Ellis 8 A P Hill 9 Francis A Bell 10 O T Conaner 11 W A Smith 12 W H Solchard 13 J W Miller 14 James Weed 15 C A Weed 16 James McGough 17 C Dyern 18 Thos R Beckwith 19 J Park Henderson 20 J D MorrisM D 21 C O Barness 22 L Pratt 23 Henry F Humun 24 E H Hurlebert 25 Watson Allen 26 James A Panting 27 Geo F Parker 28 Wm M Wood 29 J D Mienach 30 J E Houghton 31 H Betheimbelm 32 D L Fletcher 33 Wm H Finch 34 C O Hughes 35 S B Tibbits 36 S W Clark 37 C H Gray 38 E S Peet 39 J A Gould 40 Jno W Gibson 41 A Toby 42 Chas R Jenner 43 D B Man 44 J C Sloan 45 Harry W Bringhurst 46 W L Melick 47 R Stutsman 48 H E Green 49 H T Raser 50 M M Byrne

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511 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE July 25/84 Licenses ordered Issues Ordered that licenses be issued as follows, towit: J. W. Smith for Retail liquors for 3 months from July 19 Andrew Lumm & Co for Retail liquors for 3 months from July 26 Thos Kavanangh for Retail liquors for 3 months from July 24 O. P. Dahlquist for Retail liquors for 3 months from July 23 And now the Council proceeds to canvass the returns of the Election held July 14, 1884 with the following result, towit: First Ward Total number of votes cast 679 For Mayor John Leary received 508 votes Geo. Kinnear received 165 votes For Chief of Police James H. Woolery received 534 votes L. Miller received 134 votes For City Attorney C. H. Hanford received 194 votes J. B. Metcalfe received 475 votes For Assessor W. H. Hughes received 194 votes Frank Seidel received 471 votes For Councilmen Wm A. Harrington received 575 votes Franklin Matthias received 452 votes C. F. Clancy received 455 votes Watson Allen received 168 votes A Amunds received 145 votes S. D. Crockett received 134 votes W. H. Phillips received 73 votes H. L. Yesler received 8 votes J. M Naught received 5 votes Amos Brown received 5 votes Second Ward Total number of votes cast 1171 For Mayor John Leary received 536 votes Geo Kinnear received 576 votes For Chief of Police J. H. Woolery received 671 votes L. Miller received 447 votes For City Attorney C. H. Hanford received 620 votes J. B. Metcalfe received 476 votes

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224 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 1 1887 Seventh Street Assessment Roll Pursuant to law and published notice the Council now proceeds to examine and equalize the assessment roll of the assessment district created by Ordinance No 829 for the grading of Seventh Street from Madison Street to Battery Street and the buildings of sidewalks on both sides of said street. After due examination the said assessment roll is on motion approved. Bids For Grading Fourth Street Bids for grading Fourth Street from UnionStreet to Bell Street are opened and read as follows: Michael O'Day & J A Anderson. Clearing and Grubbing $80.00 Grading Fourth Street from Union to Bell, Clearing per acre $30.00. Grading per cubic yard 30&1/2 cents. Bid of White, Quigley & Gage. Earthwork per cubic yard 33 cents Sidewalks per M[thousand] B M[thousand] $14.00, Box drains per M[thousand] B M[thousand] $15.00 Grubbing & Clearing per acre $100.00 Bid of W E Wilson. Earthwork per cubic yard 39 cents Sidewalks per M[thousand] B M[thousand] $15.00, Box drains per M[thousand] B M[thousand] $15.00 Grubbing & Clearing per acre $90.00 It appearing that the bid of White, Quigley & Gage is the lowest, Motion of Councilman Reitze the contract is awarded to said White, Quigley & Gage and the City Attorney directed to draw the usual contract and the contractors furnish a bond in the sum of $2000.00 On motion that the Blocks 26 & 31 Correction Plat of D L Dennys's addition nto North Seattle is apporved. Ordered that Watson Allen be appointed Judge of election in the First Ward, vice W V Rinehart declines to serve. Ordered that S E Clough be appointed Judge of Election in the Fourth Ward vice H Roseberg declines to serve. Ordinance An Ordinance is submitted by the City Attorney entitled "An Ordi-

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