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19 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY SEATTLE May 24 1886 On motion the council does now adjourn until Thursda y May 27th at 7:30 PM H L Yesler mayor Attest W R Forrest clerk by E Shepard deputy May 27 1886 Be it remembered that on this the 27th day of MAy 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment. The following officers being present to wit: His Honor the Mayor H L Yesler and Councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, T W Lake, Chas McDonald, and G W Young. The Following proceedings were had to wit: Bids for City Printing Bids of the Seattle Daily and Weekly Times and the Seattle Daily and Weekly Post Intelligencer for doing the City printing for a term commencing June 1st 1886 and ending June 30th 1887 were received, opened and read as follows to wit: Bid of Daily and Weekly Times "For the delinqient tax list 80 cents per description for the first publication and 30 cents for each subsequent publication For Ordinances etc $1.10 per lineal inch for the first publication and 6 cents for each subsequent publication For the Regaistration list for each name 15 cents" Bid of the Daily & Weekly Post Intelligencer "For publication fo delinquent tax list 75 cents for the first insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion for eac separate description For Registration Lists 10 cents each name City Ordinance and Advertising etc $1.00 per lineal inch for the first insertion & 50 cents for each

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20 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE May 27 1886 subsequent insertion. Two Copies of the Daily Post Intelligencer free and General information in regard to City matters published free. " Whereupon it appearing that the bid of the Daily and Weekly Post Intelligencer is the lower bid submitted to the Council, It is ordered that the contract for the City printing for said term be awarded to the Daily & Weekly Post Intelligencer and the City Atty directed to draft the necessary contract Bills Allowed Cedar River Coal Co City Fund # $24.50 Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted by the City Atty entitled "An Ordinance to provide for the annual assessment of Property with in the City of Seattle for the purposes of General and Special taxation, and to provide for the levying and executing of the City Revenue of the city of Seattle"; which after due considration is adopted by the following vote: In favor of same R H Calligan, Jacob Furth Geo W Hall, T W Lake, Chas McDonald and G W Young against none. An Ordinance is submitted by the City Atty entitled "An ordinance to prescribe the mode in which the costs and expenses of all Public Improvements which, by the provisions of the the Act of the Legislative Assembly of Washington Territory entitled "An Act to revise and amend the Charter of the City of Seattle" approved February 4, 1886 are to be provided for and paid by Special Assessments upon property shall be apportioned Assessed

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21 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE and correctedl which after due consideration bythe council is adopted by the following vote viz: In favor of same R H Calligan, J Furth,G W Hall, T W Lake, Chas McDonald and G W Young, Against none. An Ordinance is submitted by the Clerk entitled "A Special Ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills"; which is adopted by the following vote: In favor of same Calligan, Furth, Hall, Lake, McDonald and Young, Against none. Ordered that the Council do now adjourn H L Yesler mayor Attest W R Forrest clerk Jun 4 1886 Be it remembered that on this 4th day of June 1886 the Common Council of theCity of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law the following officers being present to wit: His Honor the Mayor H L Yesler and Councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth,G W Hall, W A Harrington T W Lake, Chas McDonald, J J Post and G W Young The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved Petition etc received Petition of A L Palmer et al for fire plug cor of 3rd and Leonora Streets read and referred to Com of Fire & Water Petition of G F Gilson praying that a drain ditch be constructed so as to prevent an overflow of water on the East 1/2 of Block 25 Bell & Denny's addition owned by petitioner, read and referrd to committee onSewers and Drainage. Petition of Allmond &Phillips for permission to erect a small wooden building adjoining their Foundry building read and on motion granted.

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