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25 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE D.l.McCowan Police $80.00 S F. Coombs JPS Fees 37.20 Seattle Daily Chronicle Printing 21.18 Stewart & Ebersold Job Printing 60.00 M V B Stacy Ground sent for Jails 10.00 McNaught, Ferry & McNaught Opinion in reference to paupers 50.00 Geo Kinnear Appraises Madison St. Extension 10.00 L.B. Andrews " " " 10.00 L. Newman Jail Keys 3.00 F.W Westhoff Jail lock 2.25 Charles Woolesy killing dogs 16.00 Anthony LeBrashe " " 4.00 S.G.Benedict & Co Stationery & C 6.75 R.H.Calligan Street Labor $91use of horse $11PrisonersBoard $14 $116.00 Luther Albee " 39.00 James Campbell " 35.00 Thomas Rock " 35.00 Stetson & Post lumber 53.24 Robert Russell hauling lumber 7.25 John L Kahaley " 2.50 F.W Westhoff hardware 5.60 Benj Murphy$4JohnMcElroy $4John Levy $4W.H Burnitt $4.00 Road Poll Taxes remitted 16.00 Gas Fund Sattle Gas Light Co Gas $146.65 attend lights $30 $176.65 Waddell & Miles repairs to gas fixtures 4.50 Julius Linberg Gas Tax remitted 4.20 Fire Fund W.A.Perry Steward Engine House $75.00 J.D.Hinckly Ground rent 8.00 Waddell & Miles repairs to water pipe in Madison St. Incline 2.50 John Maginnis hauling coal .75 Charles McDonald to purchase coal 10.00 Ordered that the Street Commissioner be and he is hereby instructed to remove the need from off certain portions of Commercial, Mill & ]]Front Street]]s

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122 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE granted to Goldberg and Vena for Retail Liquors, Charles Anderson for Retail Liquors and to Carner and Whiting for a Bowling Alley. Adopted and licenses ordered issued. The following claims having been duly audited by the Coumcil are indeed paid by Warrants drawn on the Funds and in the amounts following towit: City Fund W. E. Boone plans and specifications for Engine House No 173 $262.50 L.B. Andrews appraiser Madison St Extension 174 $20.00 D. M. Crane appraiser Madison St Extension 175 $15.00 J.E. Houghton appraiser Madison St Extension 176 $15.00 total $312.50 And now the Council proceeds to open the bids for attending the Street lamps, which bids read as follows, towit: J. C. Floyd per lamp for month $1.20 Lewis McMillan per lamp for month $1.40 H. G. Thomton per lamp for month $1.25 John Baker per lamp for month $1.50 P. Brumm per lamp for month $1.00 James Bogart per lamp for month $1.40 J. L. Kahaley per lamp for month $1.00 Ordered that foregoing bids be referred to the Gas Light Com. And now in pursuance to the order duly made on September 1st 1882 the Council proceeds to examine and equalize the assessment Roll for Front Street grade made in pursuance to Ordinance No 284 etc to hear all complaints touching said roll, pending which the matter if said consideration is laid over until Tuesday evening September 5th 1882 of 1/2 o'clock p.m. And now in pursuances, to the order duly made on September 1st 1882 the Council proceeds to examine & equalize the assessment roll for 2d, 3d, and other streets graded & improvement made in pursuance to Ordinance No 288 & to hear all complaints touching said roll, pending which the matter of said consideration is laid over until Tuesday evening September 5th 1882 at 1/2 o'clock p.m. And now in pursuance to the order duly made in September 1st 1882 the Council proceeds to examine and equalize the

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