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38 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jun 26 1886 after due consideeration is passed by the Council and adopted by the following vote to wit: In favor of the same R H Calligan, J Furth, Geo Hall, W A Harrington, T W Lake, Chas McDonald, J J Post and G W Young against None Ordered that the Council Adjourn until Tuesday June 20th at 7 o'clock pm H L Yesler, Mayor attest W R Forrest, clerk Jun 29 1886 For the minutes of June 29th see pages 32 & 33 of this record entered there by mistake W R Forrest clerk Jul 9 1886 Be it remembered that on this the 9th day of July 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law: Present, 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 & G W Young the following preceedings are had to wit: Petitions Received & Read From Geo Newell praying that Temperance St be opened. Referrd to Street Com. From H M Haller et al praying that Broadway be opened Referred to Street Com From D W Treat, L R Kidd et al praying for appointment of additional officers of election. aid on Table From L M Robbins praying for abatement of nuisance

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39 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Jul 9 1886 at corner of Seneca and Virginia Streets Referred toSewer Com From J Glen prayingthat certain taxes be refunded him. Ordered the $3.50 be refunded J Glen and the the clerk draw a warrant on the City Fund for that amount. Reports Received From Justice Geo A Hill Referred From Justice Geo G Lyon Referred From Jailor James Bogart Referred From Street Commissioner L Cummings Referred From Custodian of Powder House Referred From City Attorney- Rec'd & placed on file and recommendation adopted Committee Reports From Fire & Water Committee on petition of Seattle Soap Co et al for fire plugs on alley in Block "D" A A Denny's 4th Addition recommending the petition be not granted adopted From Chairman of Fire & Water Com reporting of 1000 feet of hose. Adopted and filed From Com on sewers and drainage on petition of Geo F Gilson recommending that drain be put in from Block 25 Bell & Dennys plat down 3rd St to Battery St adopted From Com on sewers and drainage on petition of W Burritt recommending that box drain be put in to drain Block 44 in A A Dennys additn on Virginia St adopted From City Atty on petition of E P Ferry recommending that $49.80 be refunded to E P Ferry. Adopted & Warrant ordered on the city Fund. Licenses Referred J McCary, Lanz & Steinweg, Geo Delfel, Otto Fuhrman, Shaw and Alger, M & K Gottstein, Schoelpp & Grueniger, Thomas & Davis, C F O'Hara, McMasters & Taylor, F P Heman

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40 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE July 9 1886 Licenses Ordered Issued Geo Meister Retail Intox 3 months from July 10 1886 Feigh & Miller Retail Intox 3 months from June 20 1886 A Lunn Retail Intox 3 months from July 1 1886 A F Able & Co Retail Malt 3 months from July 1 1886 Mrs John Osborn Retail Malt 3 months from June 7 1886 Bills allowed The following claims against the City having been duly audited by the council are allowed and ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows to wit: Name Warrant # Fund Amount Remarks W R Forrest 1712 City 125.00 Salary City Clerk E Shepard 1713 City 100.00 Salary Deputy City Clerk C H HAnford 1714 City 100.00 Salary City Atty A Chilberg 1715 City 83.33 Salary City Treasurer J Bogart 1716 City 60.00 Salary City Jailor L Cummings 1717 City 91.00 Salary St Commnr J H Woolery 1718 City 100.00 Salary Chief Police W H DeWolf 1719 City 80.00 Salary Captn Police W B Jackling 1720 City 80.00 Salary Captn Police D H Webster 1721 City 65.00 Salary Policeman H K Struve 1722 City 65.00 Salary Policeman D H Blackman 1723 City 65.00 Salary Policeman A McRae 1724 City 65.00 Salary Policeman E H Hubbart 1725 City 65.00 Salary Policeman J R Davis 1726 City 65.00 Salary Policeman J W McGee 1727 City 65.00 Salary Policeman C A Craig 1728 City 65.00 Salary Policeman B Rogers 1729 City 65.00 Salary Policeman J W Smart 1730 City 65.00 Salary Policeman L B Young 1731 City 65.00 Salary Policeman

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41 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Jul 9 1886 F A Fay 1732 City 6.50 Salary Police Officer G A Hill 1733 City 4.95 Fees Police Justice Geo G Lyon 1734 City 51.08 Fees Police Justice Sunset Telephone Co 1735 City 5.90 Telephone for July Black Diamond Coal Co 1736 City 4.00 Ton Coal for Council Room Chas McDonald 1737 City 5.50 Iron for Flagstaff etc No1 Harrington & Smith 1738 City 3.50 Soap & Soda City Jail Lowman & Hanford 1739 City 110.00 Tax Lists & Blanks Stetson & Post Mill Co 1740 City .86 Lumber for Council Room Door etc J Bogart 1741 City 53.00 Boarding Prisoners W H Fink 1742 City .50 Repairing Police Star [total]245.79 Z Scott 1317 Road 58.50 Labor on Streets Archie Pallock 1318 Road 1.10 Labor on Streets John Mahoney 1319 Road 57.35 Labor on Streets Luther Albee 1320 Road 42.75 Labor on Streets John Trerice 1321 Road 56.25 Labor on Streets J L McClellan 1322 Road 56.25 Labor on Streets Phillip Cochran 1323 Road 58.50 Labor on Streets Thomas Rock 1324 Road 15.75 Labor on Streets James Campbell 1325 Road 58.50 Labor on Streets Daniel Moor 1326 Road 58.50 Labor on Streets E C McClallahan 1327 Road 8.40 Labor on Streets G B Evans 1328 Road 11.25 Labor on Streets A LaBrasch 1329 Road 10.65 Labor on Streets James Roper 1330 Road 10.65 Labor on Streets Henry McDonald 1331 Road 10.65 Labor on Streets Frank Beattie 1332 Road 36.00 Labor on Streets P Cunningham 1333 Road 38.25 Labor on Streets M Murphy 1334 Road 58.50 Labor on Streets James Burke 1335 Road 29.25 Labor on Streets Charles Brown 1336 Road 58.50 Labor on Streets Charles McDonald 1337 Road 5.50 Repairing Tools etc Gordon Hardware Co 1338 Road 6.63 Powder Caps etc Harrington Smith 1339 Road 49.14 Supplies for St Comner J A McBeath & Co 1340 Road 4.25 Horse Shoeing etc Stetson & Post Mill Co 1341 Road 29.86 Lumber for Streets

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42 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 9 1886 R H Calligan 1345 Road 3.50 Hire of Wagon Schwabacher Bros & Co 1343 Road 39.34 Oats Seattle Gas Light Co 154 Gas 337.26 Gas Month June Thomas Emerson 155 Gas 50.40 Care of St Lamps Kollack & McDonald 874 Fire 6.00 Washing Hose No 1 Alex Meister 873 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose No 1 M M Keating 874 Fire 3.50 Glass for Engine House No1 Frank Beattie 862 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose No 1 R Kalberg 863 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose No2 Dunham & Woolery 864 Fire 6.00 Washing Hose No 3 Z C Miles 865 Fire 2.25 Sheet Iron & Copper No2 Gutta Percha & Rubber M Co 866 Fire 1150.00 1000 ft of Hose LeRoy Williamson 867 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose No 3 A M Gilman 868 Fire 75.00 Salary Engr No 1 W A Perry 869 Fire 75.00 Salary Engr No 2 Wm Beattie 870 Fire 2.50 Repairs to Hose Cart No 1 E C McClallahan 871 Fire 2.50 Hauling Engine No 2 Spring Hill Water Co 41 Water 249.75 Washing Hose No 1 Miscellaneous On motion the petition of D W Treat et al is taken from the table and it is Ordered that W I Graves & A Ammunds be permitted to be present in the room where the election is held in the First Ward; That James M Quilter & W B Jones be permitted to be present in the room where the elctonis held in the Second Ward; That D E Graiswald & Lyman Wood be present in the room where the election is held in the Third Ward; and That G Charlesworth be permitted to be present in the room where the electionis held in the Fourth Ward. On motion the Fire & Water Committee is authorized to purchase four Play pipes for the Fire Department. Ordinances An ordinance is submitted by the city Attorney entitled "An ordinance to Amend Secs 1 & 2 of Ord No 154 entitled an Ordinance to prevent animals from running at large and from wearing bells within certain limits

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