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55 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Jul 29 1886 omitted by assessor Emily Klingel assessed on Improvements E 1/2 of Lots 1& 2 Block 44 Maynards Addn $500. Omitted by assessor Ordered that the assessment of John Ross on Lot 5 B 12 Boren & Dennys with improvements total valuation $4150. The same property being assessed to the Estate of John Ross Ordered that the assessment of the C & P S R R Co on the SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4 sec 28 T 25 R 4 10 acres $200 be cancelled the same property having been assessed twice to said Co on the roll. Saml L Cullis reduced $250. on personal property acct mortagage G W Hall reduced on Improvement Block 40 Hrs S A Bell from 2000 to 1200 Schwabacher Bros & Co reduced on personal property from 72,000 to 62,000 Communication for Geo F Frye in regard to valuation of Opera House Block read and on motion tabled Petitoin of J C Murphy for permission to sell an patented article without taking out a license. Rejected. Ordered that Council do now adjourn H L Yesler, mayor Attest W R Forrest, clerk Jul 30 1886 Be it remembered that on this 30th day of July 1886 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law. The following officers are present to wit: His Hon the Mayor H L Yesler & Councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, W A Harrington, T W Lake, Chas McDonald, J J Post & G WYoung The following proceedings are had to wit: Petitions & Communications Rec'd Petition of H H & Geo F Dearborn for a sewer from Corner of Jackson and Commercial Street to the bay in accordance with ordinance No 593 On motionof Councilman Calligan the Street Commissioner

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56 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 30 186 is ordered to put in a wooden sewer in accordance with the prayer of the petitioner. Petition of G Kellogg et al for fire ladders to be placed at Lake Union Referred on Fire & Water Communicaton from A W Burrell contractor for Beach Road Bridge received read & Ordered filed and on motion of Councilman Furth the clerk is ordered to return the said Burrell the certified check deposited by him with his bid upon the filing of the approved bond & Contract Communication of L Kusters asking that the item of $2500 personal property be stricken from the assessment of Anna E Shannon she being a non-redisent of Seattle since 1885 & Living in Canada read & on motion the request is granted and the clerk is directed to make the correction. Committee Reports Received From Fire & Water Committee recommending that the sum of $50. be allowed Chief Engineer Campbell as partial compensation for valuable services rendered Adopted and Clerk ordered to draw a warrant in favor of said Campbell for the sum of $50.00 Quarterly report of Health Officer for the Quarter ending July 30 1886. received read and approved & ordered filed. Licenses referred O N Morse, The A P Hotaling Co, Andrew Slorah, & Margaret O'Shea Licenses Ordered Issued O P Dahlquist R Intox 3 months from July 23rd 1886 Walters & Dietz R Intox 3 months from July 29 1886 A Wolters R Intox 3 months from July 19 1886

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57 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Jul 30 1886 John T Lester R Intox 3 months from Aug 17th 1886 John Feigh R Intox 3 months from Aug 8 1886 A Lunn R Intox 3 months from Jul 26 1886 Thos Clancy & Co R Intox 3 months from Jul 16 1886 Aug Wolff R Malt 3 months from Aug 13 1886 Thompson & Nelson R Malt 3 months from Jul 28 1886 B Kurz R Malt 3 months from Aug 6 1886 The vote upon issuing said licenses is as follows to wit: ayes J Furth, R H Calligan, W A Harrington, T W Lake, ChasmcDonald, J J Post and G W Young. Noes none. Bills Allowed The following claims against the City having been audited and allowed by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the City as Follows viz: Name Warrant Fund Amount Remarks W R Forrest 1748 City 197.20 Services as Registrar etc C H Hanford 1749 City 100.00 Salary City Atty W H Hughes 1750 City 342.00 Making out City Assr Roll R H Thomson 1751 City 50.00 Annual Salary Surveyor F Anthony 1752 City 18.50 City Docket Justice Lyon W V Rinehart 1753 City 8.00 Election Officer J M Frink 1754 City 8.00 Election Officer J W Hunt 1755 City 8.00 Election Officer M C Turner 1756 City 8.00 Election Officer G W Crane 1757 City 8.00 Election Officer Eben Smith 1758 City 8.00 Election Officer W A Jennings 1759 City 8.00 Election Officer Hillory Butler 1760 City 8.00 Election Officer C L F Kellogg 1761 City 8.00 Election Officer W T Sharpe 1762 City 8.00 Election Officer W H Reeves 1763 City 8.00 Election Officer Junius Rochester 1764 City 8.00 Election Officer James Dougan 1765 City 8.00 Election Officer A M Snyder 1766 City 8.00 Election Officer A Harker 1767 City 8.00 Election Officer D T Denny 1768 City 8.00 Election Officer

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58 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 30 1886 W V Rinehart 1769 City 8.00 Election Officer G L Manning 1770 City 8.00 Election Officer Rich'd Osborne 1771 City 8.00 Election Officer W J Colkett 1772 City 8.00 Election Officer N S Snyder 1773 City 15.00 Board registration Hillory Butler 1774 City 15.00 Board registration D L McCowan 1775 City 15.00 Board registration David Kellogg 1776 City 15.00 Board registration Companies "BE" & "HG" 1777 City 5.00 Rent of Armory Robt Abrams 1778 City 10.00 Spl Police Officer Shaffer 1779 City 2.50 Spl Police Officer Shaffer 1780 City 2.50 Spl Police Officer Shaffer 1781 City 2.50 Spl Police Officer Shaffer 1782 City 2.50 Spl Police Officer Shaffer 1783 City 2.50 Spl Police Officer Shaffer 1784 City 2.50 Spl Police Officer Shaffer 1785 City 2.50 Spl Police Officer Shaffer 1786 City 2.50 Spl Police Officer Stetson & Post Mill Co 1787 City 2.60 Lumber for City Jail G Kellogg etc 1788 City 9.50 Medicines for Prisoners John Dawson 1789 City 1.50 Cleaning out brush Jackson St Bridge N S Snyder 1790 City 5.50 Posting Election Notices James P Ludlow 1791 City 16.65 Clerks Fee City vs Benson G A Hill 1792 City 11.65 Justice fees City vs Benson Geo G Lyon 1793 City 4.60 Justice fees City vs Benson J H McGraw 1794 City 2.40 Shffs fees City vs Benson U M Rasin 1795 City 4.40 Wit fees City vs Benson E L Smith 1796 City 6.60 Wit fees City vs Benson E C Slorah 1797 City 2.20 Wit fees City vs Benson M V Mills 1798 City 4.40 Wit fees City vs Benson Carl Basler 1799 City 2.20 Wit fees City vs Benson Jas Thublo 1800 City 2.20 Wit fees City vs Benson Chas Kiel 1801 City 2.20 Juror fees City vs Benson J E Duff 1802 City 2.20 Juror fees City vs Benson J B Eames 1803 City 2.20 Juror fees City vs Benson J F T Mitchell 1804 City 2.20 Juror fees City vs Benson

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59 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Jul 30 1886 H C McLoughin 1805 City 2.20 Juror fees City vs Benson F Clennen 1806 City 2.20 Juror fees City vs Benson G W Kimball 1807 City 2.20 Juror fees City vs Benson L B Andrews 1808 City 2.20 Juror fees City vs Benson H S Woodman 1809 City 2.20 Juror fees City vs Benson A P Freeman 1810 City 2.20 Wit fees City vs Benson J P Ludlow 1811 City 12.30 Clerks Fee J S McGraw 1812 City 10 60 Sherffs Fee Lui King 1813 City 6.60 Interpreter's Fees Chet Kelley 1814 City 2.20 Wit fees A H Manning 1815 City 2.20 Wit fees Clancy & Jaquilsohn 1816 City 4.40 Wit fees E A Thorndike 1817 City 65.00 Detective Services Chf Engnr Fire Dept Wm Campbell 1818 City 50.00 Voted by council for Services J A McBeath & Co 1344 Road 20.80 Horseshoeing M M Feigh & Co 1345 Road 20.80 Repairing Harness Harrington & Smith 1346 Road 20.80 Supplies for St Commr Stetson & Post M Co 1347 Road 20.80 Lumber for St Commr Jones & Hubbell 1348 Road 20.80 Oats for St Commr A M Gilman 875 Fire 75.00 Salary Engr Of No 2 W A Perry 876 Fire 75.00 Salary Engr Of No 1 Gordon Hardware Co 877 Fire 18.66 Vise etc for No 2 [C & P S R R Co]] 878 Fire 16.27 Repg No 2 & work on Bell G Kellogg 879 Fire 6.20 Hauling hose & freight Bill of F Reilly, F Y Mellis, and C H Cummings for witness fees rejected. The finance Committee return the bill of J H Woolery for services as Chief of Police during the months of Jany & Feby 1886 $200.Recommending that the same not be paid an on motion the report was adopted and said bill rejected. Miscellaneous Resignation fo E H Hubbart s police officer received and on motion accepted. On motion of Concilmlan Furth the Tax Roll for the year of 1886 as equalized by the Council is accepted and approved. On motion fo Councilman Furth the salary of the City Treasurer for the ensuing year is fixed at $1200.00 The Plat of Mercers Waterfront Addition is submitted

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