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218 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Mar 2/83 Schwabacher Bros & CoFurnishingforEngineHouse No 311 $72.64 Hall & Paulson Furniture Co FurnishingforEngineHouse 312 26. Franthaler Bros Furnishing for EngineHouse 313 $20.40 E Burg laying Carpet 314 $ 1.75 John Johnson bedsteads for Jail 315 $16.25 F W Clancy Coal for Engine House 316 $11. Henry Gormley Appraiser of Reamatter 317 $ 6. J F McDonald Appraiser of Reamatter 318 $ 6. I N Bigelow Appraiser of Reamatter 319 $ 6. James D Lowman Moneys refunded Joe Francisco 320 $ 75. L J Powell Moneys Refunded University 321 $10. F W Wusthoff Padlocks 322 $ 2. S C Harns Recording Deed 323 $ 2.50 Road Fund Henry Sheahan Street Labor$84 Use of Horse$33 No 143 $117. Thomas Rock Street labor 144 58.75 M J Costello Street labor 145 55. James Campbell Street labor 146 55. James Gleeson Street labor 147 52.50 Luther Albee Street labor 148 51.25 W M Estet Street labor 149 12.50 J R Evans Street labor 150 10.00 Gormley & Fletcher Repairs to Cribbing fronting Denny Block 151 105. Stetson & Post Lumber 152 333.53 J L Kahaley Hauling Lumber 153 1. G P McFaden Hauling Lumber 154 3. F W Clancy Hauling Lumber 155 21.75 Charles McNeely Hauling Lumber 156 5.40 Wald & Campbell Nails etc 157 9.40 D L McCowan Boarding Prisoners 158 29. J W Hunt Repairs to cart 159 24.60 J H Woolery burying carrion 160 6.50 F W Wusthoff Slice & hardware 161 7.55 Herald Publishing Co Printing 162 2.00 Gas Fund Seattle Gas Light Co. Gas No 38 $219.50 J L Kahaley attending lights 39 36.50

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To the Honorable Mayor & Common Council of the City of Seattle The undersigned members of the Board of Delagates of the Fire Department of the City of Seattle, would resepctfully represent to your honorable body, that, the remomval of Engine No 2 from its present quarters to Belltown,, as heretofore ordered by your honorable body, is against the public interests of the City, and will in case of a fire in the business portion of the City work an irreparable injury We would therefore respectfully pray your honorable body to rescind your said order and allow the engine to remain where it is. And your petitioners will ever pray U M Rasin President Secretary Delegate No 2 L P Terry Delegate No 2 W M Jones Delegate No 3 J F McDonald Delegate No 2 J Schram Delegate No H&L Robt Abrams Delegate No 1 Jack Levy Delegate No H&L

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232 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 15 1887 Canvass of Election Returns And now the Council proceeds to canvass the returns from the several wards of the election for City Officers for the City of Seattle held on the 11th day of July 1887 and upon the said canvass finds as follows to wit: Whole number of votes cast: 1329 For Mayor Dr. Thos T Minor received 705 votes For Mayor W H Shoudy received 623 votes

For Chief of Police Wm Murphy received 651 votes For Chief of Police Jas C Mitchell received 581 votes For Chief of Police J H Woolery received 95 votes For Chief of Police D McDaniels received 2 votes

For City Attorney L C Gilman received 701 votes For City Attorney Fred H Peterson received 617 votes For City Attorney H McFarland received 1 vote For City Attorney T J Humes received 2 votes

For Councilmen for the First Ward: Charles F Reitze received 187 votes O N Morse received 171 votes J F McDonald received 15 votes Scattering 5 votes

For Councilmen for the Second Ward: Uriah R Niesz received 216 votes Chas McDonald received 146 votes Chas Von Dungen received 1 vote R H Calligan received 4 votes

For Councilmen for the Third Ward: Joseph Green received 184 votes Geo Misener received 169 votes

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551 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 3 1888 Custodian of the Powder House Ed. L. Lindsley. Chief Engineer of the Fire Dept Wm. Campbell. Park Commissioner D. W. Lawton. Captain of Police Edward Briggs Policemen H. A. Bigelow, W. M. Jones, D. F. Willard W. J Peer, T Leckie, P Farraher Z T Holden, Ed. Kinley, A W Ryan Geo. Templeton, D H Webster, Ben Thompson W E Carey, John Coleman, J W. Huff, Wm Morris E R. Harding, D Phillips O. D. Butterfield. On motion of Counciman Niesz, Police officer O.D. Butterfield is appointed to attend to the Collection of licenses and other business at the City Clerks Office. His Honor The Mayor now designates the following committees. Judiciary } and} U. R. Niesz Chairman James McCombs and Joseph Green Legislative}

Public Buildings} and} Chas F Reitze Chairman Thomas E Jones and Joseph Green Grounds}

Finance} F. J. Burns Chairman U. R. Niesz D. E. Durie

Streets and } street} Thomas E Jones chairman F J Burns J F McDonald Improvements}

Health & Police} Jas Green Chairman. Jas McCombs D E Durie

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552 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 3 1888 Fire} and} D E Durie Chairman Thomas E Jones and C F Reitze Water Supply}

Street Lights} James McCombs Chairman U R Niesz and Joseph Green

License} and} D E Durie Chairman C F Reitze and James McCombs Revenue}

Harbor} and} U R Niesz Chairman J F McDonald and F J Burns Wharves}

Sewers} and} James McDonald Chairman F J BUrns and C F Reitze Drainage} The Council now takes a recess for half an hour. After recess the City Attorney states to the Council that the vote hitherto taken for City Treasurer by which F E Sander had been declared elected was irregular. No candidiate having received a majority of the votes if the Council the vote having stood four for Sander, three for Parker and one for Wald. On motion of the councilman Reitze the vote for City Treasurer is ordered reconsidered by the following vote, viz: in favor of said motion Burns, Durie, Jones, McCombs, Niesz & Reitze. Against the same none. The Council now proceeds to elect a City Treasurer with the following result F E Sander four (4) votes. Isaac Parker four votes

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