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566 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Dec 5/84 Cowles & Foster for Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 12, 1884 S. A. Scullinfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 11 A. F. Hillfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Dec 3 Perkins & Laddfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 15 Smith & Farrarfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 8 J. N. Magrathfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Dec 1 Morgan & Lawrencefor Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 23 O'Shea & Parent for Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 13 Andreas Mauerfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 18 John Levyfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Dec 6 Orderedthat the application of Andrew Hemrich be & is hereby rejected Claims Paid The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the Funds and in the amounts following, towit: City Fund E. S. Osborne Clerk 920 $125. J. D. Lowman Treasurer 921 $150. C H. Hanford Atty 922 $100. J H Woolery Chief of Police 923 $150. E. A. Gardner Police 924 $80.. Wm Murphy Police 925 $80. D H. Webster Police 926 $80. Thos Ross Police 927 $80. W. H. Pinckney Police 928-929 $80. F. L. Bangs Police 930 $80. James Welch Police 931 $80. Chas Moore Police special 932 $5. Wm H. Hughes Assessor 933 $62.50. James Bogart Jailor & Janitor 934 $60. Post-Intelligencer Pub. Co printing 935 $10.80 Clarence Hanford Job Work 936 $36.50 Sunset-Telephone Co LIne Rentals 937 $6.65 Oregon & Trans-Continental R.R. Co Cart scraper harness 938 $43. Gordan Hardware Co Hand cuffs 939 $7.

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523 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE] JUL 6, 1888

Names No of Warrent Fund $ ¢ Remarks
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E. L. Byrne 3131 City 15 Salary Spl. Policeman
David Jackson 3132 " 15 " " "
Chas Hollingsworth 3133 " 15 " " "
Sam'l Phillips 3134 " 15 " " "
W. L. Bowers 3135 " 15 " " "
C. A. Pease 3136 " 7 50 " " "
U. M. Rasin 3137 " 7 50 " " "
Reddington 3138 " 5 " " "
A. Smith 3139 " 5 - " " "
Sunset Telephone Co. 3140 " 6 00 Telephone Service July
Joesph Rudderham 3141 " 4 00 Revising Carrier
N. Soderberg 3142 " 51 20 Justice Fees
H. F. Jones 3143 " 75 20 " "
John Morgan 3144 " 2 20 Witness fees Soderbergs Court
Bernard Mulrine 3145 " 2 20 " " " "
Lowman Hanford 3146 " 10 00 Printing Blanks
W. H. Pumphrey 3147 " 140 95 Stationery &c
H. J. Jones & Son 3148 " 3 25 Repair of shoes for prisoners
Harrington & Smith 3149 " 2 90 Soap brushes &c
R. W. Westerman 3150 " 12 46 Repairs to fire slip
Ed Von Tobel 3151 " 28 50 List of owners
Wood & Osborn 3152 " 12 50 " " " 10th St.
Press Publishing Co. 3153 " 52 85 Printing ordinances &c
Wm H. Hughes 3154 " 3 50 Printing ledgers
G. Davies 3155 " 3 50 Paper
Gordon Hardware Co. 3156 " 1 25 Pick & handle for surveyor
F. Anthony 3157 " 100 00 Asst Rolls
H. A. Sears 3158 " 7 50 Small Pox (Livery team)
Albro Gardner 3159 " 122 55 Surveyors fees Commr'l St. Whf
" " " " 75 49 " " Marion St. Whf
" " " " 101 62 " " Grant Street
" " " " 70 49 Lake Avenue
" " " " 36 04 Making Sewarge Plat
" " " " 30 43 Surveying City Boundary
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541 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE. Jul 20 1888

return without approval this measure which has received your favorable consideration. Respectfully etc Thomas T. Minor Mayor On motion of Councilman Lake the message of the mayor is ordered entered into the Journal of proceedings of the Council. Councilman Lake now moves a reconsideration of the Ordinance. Carried by unanimous vote. Councilman Lake now moves that the order of business be suspended and Ordinance 964 be adopted notwithstanding the objection of the Mayor. Carried by the following vote Ayes Frink Green Lake Moran Niesz & Reitze nays Furth. Report of the City Treasurer for the month of June read and ordered filed. Report of Wm H. Hughes heretofor appointed to take the census of the City is received and read & on motion the clerk is directed to have the sheets containing the census property bound. Committee Reports Received From Street Committee rejecting petition of A. S. Miller & others for permission to grade Marion Street at their own expense between Fourth and Fifth Streets. Adopted. From same Committee rejecting the petition of the Seattle Upholstering Supply and Manufacturing Company for permission to use the foot of Spring Street between Front Street and alley west of Front St. Adopted. From same Committee to whom was referred the remonstrance of D. Horton and others against grant-

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