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367 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sept 28/83 McDonald, U M Rasin, Otto Ranke & F W Wusthoff Thereupon the following proceedings are had: And now the Special Committee to whom was referred the matter of examining said Madison Street Assessment Roll make their report recommending the approval of saod Roll. Thereupopn said Report is rejected. After due examination of said roll is it ordered that roll be re-referred to the assessor with instructions to correct certain descriptions of property & correct certuan names & to submit an engrossed roll embodying all such changes. Ordered that the Council Stand now adjourned. Attest: E S Osborne clerk Approved H G Struve mayor Oct 5/83 Be it remembered that on this the 5th day of October 1883 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber puruant to adjourment. The following officers are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor H G Struve and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, B F Day, Geroge W Harris, Charles McDonald, U M Rasin, Otto Ranke and F W Wusthoff. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From Fred Voight et al for a Gas Lamp corner 4th and James Streets. Referred to Gas Committee From G A Tyler for the right to move a building from Frye's Front Street Lot to South 3rd Street. Referred to Street comittee. From Seattle Lumber and Commercial Co et al for planking foot fo Marion Street. Referred to Street Committee.

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367 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sept 28/83 McDonald, U M Rasin, Otto Ranke & F W Wusthof Thereupon the following proceedings are had: And now the Special Committee to whom was referred the matter of examining said Madison Street assessment Roll make their report recommending the approval of said Roll. Thereupon the said report is rejected. After due examination of said roll as it ordered that roll be re-referred to the assessor with instructions to correct certain descriptions of property & correct certain names & to submit an engrossed roll embodying all such changes. Ordered taht the Council stand now adjourned. Attest: E S Osborne clerk Approved H G Struve mayor Oct 5/83 Be it remembered that on this the 5th day of October, 1883 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following Officers are present to wit: His Honor the Mayor H G Struve and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, B F Day, George W Harris, Charles McDonald, U M Rasin, Otto Ranke and F W Wusthoff. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From Fred Voight et al for a gas lamp corner 4th and James Streets. Referred to Gas Committee From G A Tyler for the right to erect a building on Seneca Street at Front Street. Referred to Street Committee From J H Sanderson for the right to move building from Frye's Front Street Lot to South 3rd Street. Referred to Street Committee From the Seattle Lumber and Commercial Co. et al for planking foot of Marion Street. Referred To Street Committee.

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COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE

Jan 4 1884

John Stifter Grocery for 3 months from Jan 1, 1884 Fred Voight Grocery for 3 months from Jan 1, 1884 James W. Smith Retail for one month from Jan 3, 1884 A. E. Alden Retail for 3 months from Jan [1?], 1884 Frank Peters Retail for 3 months from Jan 11, 1884 Joseph Francisco Retail for 3 months from Jan 7, 1884 And now Mayor Struve being ill retires and Councilman U. M. Rasin is elected to the position of President of the Council to serve the remainder of the meeting Claims Paid City Fund E. S. Osborne clerk No. 554 $125. J. H. Woolery Chief of Police No. 555 $100. D. L. McCowan Police No. 556 $80. James Welch Police No. 557 $80. A. H. Manning Police No. 558 $80. J. C. Floyd Police No. 559 $80. Chas Lind Police No. 560 $80. John Kelly Police No. 561 $80. F. A. Minick Police No. 562 $80. R. Osborn atty No. 563 $75. J. H. Woolery Police buttons No. 564 $64. Herald Pub. Co. Printing No. 565 $62. T. H. Cann J. P. S. fees No. 566 $29.90 Jas F. Cass Fees in City-v-Planner No. 567 $26.50 F. Anthony Stationary No. 568 $16.50 Gordan Hardware Co. Hand Cuffs No. 569 $15. Sunset Telephone Co. hire rentals No. 570 $6.65 J. D. Lowman Stationery No. 571 #5.70 Road Fund Stetson & Post Lumber No. 338 $153.70 Henry Sheahan labor on Sts $91. use of house $31.50 No. 339 $122.50 S. Berry labor on Sts. No. 341 $83.50 John Francis labor on Sts. No. 342 $75.60 [?] Prisoners board No. 343 $72.60 J. H. Woolery board No. 344 $67.30

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436 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Mar. 7/84 Be it remembered that on this the 7th day of March 1884 the Common Council of the City of seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law. The following Officers are present, towiut: His Honor the Mayor, H. G. Struve and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, B. F. Day, Geo. W. Harris, Chas McDonald, B. L. Northrup, Otto Ranke, U. M. Rasin and F. W. Wusthoff. Thereupon the followng proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From David the Shiner for the right to erect a Boot Black Stand. Granted. From John Leary et al for grading Bell Street from Front to 5th. Referred to Street Committee. From F. Hochbrunn et al remonstrating against the proposed grading of Bell Street. Referred to Street Committee. From Seattle Lumber & Comcial Co. et al for planking foot of Marion Street. Referred to Street Committee. From Geo. F. Frye tendering Sewer to City. Referred to Comtee on Sewers. From Aug Schaeffer and F. Claus for transferring license money. Referred to License Committee. From Fred Voight for the completion of the grading of James Street. Referred to Street Committee. From G. N. Alexander proposing to grade intersection of Jackson & 12th streets for $95.00. Referred to Street Committee. Reports Rec'd From Street Commissioner. Adopted From Chief of Police From Harbor Master From City Justice. Adopted From Treasurer on general Funds. Referred to Finanace Comtee From Treasurer on Grade Funds. Referred to Finance Comtee. From Treasurer on Front Street sidewalk Fund. Referred to Finance Comtee. From Treasurer on Union Street Sidewalk Fund. Referred to Finance Comtee. From Treasurer on [Front Street Grade]] Fund. Referred to Finance Comtee. From Treasurer on South 2d Street Grade. Referred to Finance Comtee.

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464 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE May 2/84 Judiciary Committee instructed to select such counsel. From Atty on the matter of Madison St. Grade, petition to extend the time of payment. Adopted & Atty instructed to proceed to collect the delinquent taxes on said roll. From City Justice. Adopted. Committees Reports Read From Judiciary Committee recommending the vacation of the alley in Block 29 of Borens plat. Adopted & Atty instructed to submit an ordinace thereof. From Judiciary on matter of Attys salary recommending that the said salary be not raised. Adopted. From Committee on Public Buildings, Property and Grounds submitting a list of lots that can be purchased for a Pest House. Re-Committed to make a selection. From Street Committee recommending that the surveyor be instructed to submit estimates of cost for planking foot of Marion Street. Adopted. From Special Committee on Madison Street Extension asking further time. Granted. Licenses Ordered Issued. Ordered that licenses be issued as follows, towit: Bersch & Hink for retail liquors for 3 months from May 1. Louis Sylvania for retail liquors for 3 months from May 7. Dahlquist & Johnson for retail liquors for 3 months from Apr 23 Wm. Grose for retail liquors for 3 months from May 1. C.H. Hill for retail liquors for 3 months from Apr 26. Coffin & Co for Grocery for 3 months from Apr 28 Thos Anderson for grocery for 3 months from May 24. P. Grubb for retail for 3 months from May 1. Fred Voight for grocery for 3 months from May 1. Claus & Harns for wholesale for 3 months from May 1. Claus & Harns for retail for 3 months from May 1. John Feigh for retail for 3 months from May 8. Flynn Anderson for retail for 3 months from May 8. Peter Baunnan for retail for 12 months from May 8. Claims Paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the funds & in the amounts following, towit:

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