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157 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Mar 4 1887 Be it remembered that on this 4th day of March 1887 the Common council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law. the Following officers are present to wit: His Honor the Mayor W H Shoudy, and Councilmen Furth, Frink, Green, Hinckley, Lake & Reitze. The following proceedings are had to wit: The minutes of the last meeting are read and approved. Petitions etc. Petition of F E Sander et al for a sewer on Main Street from South Fourth Street & South Third Street to the Bay. Referred to Committee Sewers & Drainage with instructions to report in writing at the next meeting of the Council. Petition of Wm Koch et al for the opening of certain portions of Lombard & other Streets for travel Referred to Street committee. Petition of Genevieve Farrer et al for the opening of Knights Street from East Street to Broadway. Referred to Street Committee Petition of H L Yesler for permission to put lath and plaster partitions in the building known as Yesler's Hall corner Front & Cherry Streets. Granted. Petition of Charles Maidment and James Welch for Street Lights Corner Seneca & Fifth, & Seneca & Sixth streets. Granted. Communication from Street Commisssioner Cummings recommending that the property owners along the line of the Marion Street sewer be required to make proper connections therewith. On motion the Chief of Police is ordered to

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158 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Mar 4 1887 notify all property owners along the line of said sewer to make proper connections therewith within ten days. Petition of Harman Chapin et al for the establishing of the grade of Valley Street. Granted and the City Surveyor instructed to establish the grade of said street. Monthly Reports Rec'd From City Atty read approved and ordered filed. From Chief of Police read approved and ordered filed. From Justice G A Hall read & referred to finance Com. From Street Commissioner referred to Street com. &approved. From City Jailor referred to Finance Committee. From Custodian of the Powder House read & ordered filed. Committee Reports Received From Street committee rejecting petition of Edwin Ivey et al opening Eighth Street between James & Columbia Streets. Adopted From Same Committee recommending that the petition of Robert Fitzhenry for the opening of Mikado Street be laid over for the present. Adopted. From same Committee granting petition of Fred Wilhelm et al for placing the earth removed from James Street sidewalk on Sixth Street between James & Cherry Sts. Adopted. From same Committee rejecting petition of John H West et al for a street crossing Corner Olive & Ninth Streets. Adopted From Committee on Health & Police reporting that the Com. has examined into the charges made against Police Officer Manning by Charles & Louise Otto and find the same unfounded and fully exhonorating said officer from said charges. Adopted.

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159 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Mar 4 1887 From Finance Committee recommending that the bills of Hasbrook & Terry & Dr. J S M Smart be paid at the same time calling the attention of the Police officers to the fact that the city had a Health Officer whose duty it is to attend to such cases and who is paid a salary therefor, and in future no bills of this character will be allowed unless the health officer is absent form the city. Adopted. From Same committee rejecting the applicationof Elizabeth Shumway for a reduction of the valuations of certain lots in Nagle's Addition. Adopted. Licenses Ordered Issued Bernard Kurz Retail malt six (6) months form March 1st 1887 The votte upon issuing said license is as follows viz: In favor of the same; Furth, Frink,Green, Hinckley, Lake & Reitze. Against None. bills Allowed the followingclaims against the City having been duly presented and audited and allowed bythe Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn onthe several funds as follows viz: Name Warrant Fund Amount Remarks W R Forrest 2151 City 125.00 Salary City Clerk F H Peterson 2152 City 100.00 Salary City Atty L A Treen 2153 City 100.00 Salary City Treasurer L Cummings 2154 City 84.00 Salary Street Commr James Bogart 2155 City 60.00 Salary City Jailor & Janitor James Bogart 2155 City 112.40 Board of Pirsoners W Murphy 2156 City 100.00 Salary Chief of Police James Welch 2157 City 80.00 Salary Capt Police J W Hunt 2158 City 65.00 Salary Police Officer W H Pinckney 2159 City 65.00 Salary Police Officer Thos H Campbell 2160 City 65.00 Salary Police Officer J L McClellan 2161 City 65.00 Salary Police Officer T Butler 2162 City 65.00 Salary Police Officer [total]1086.40

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160 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Mar 4 1887 F A Fay 2164 City 65.00 Salary Police Officer Fred Voigt 2165 City 65.00 Salary Police Officer A H Manning 2166 City 65.00 Salary Police Officer Jno W Frazer 2167 City 12.50 Salary Special Police M A Murphy 2188 City 32.50 Salary Special Police Young Bros 2169 City 1.60 Repairing pipes at Stable F Anthony 2170 City 18.50 Justice's Docket Lowman & Hanford 2171 City 19.00 Blanks etc Sunset Telephone Co 2172 City 5.90 Telephone Service March\87 J C Green 2173 City 3.10 Gas Tax refunded J H McGraw 2174 City 19.90 Sheriff's fees Joseph Comstock 2175 City 6.00 Sheriff's fees Kitsap Co. Chas McDonald 2176 City 2.00 Repg leg irons Albro Gardner 2177 City 13.50 Surveying Madison St sidewalk Albro Gardner 2177 City 14.75 Marion St sewer Albro Gardner 2177 City 3.50 Washington St grade Hasbrouck & Terry 2178 City 1.75 Medicine for pauper Dr J S M Smart 2179 City 25.00 Setting Leg of pauper Mrs Jane Osborne 2180 City 109.50 License refunded [total]549.00 Daniel Moore 1528 Road 60.00 Labor on streets E C McClallahan 1529 Road 60.00 Labor on streets Thos Rock 1530 Road 25.30 Labor on streets Phillip Cochran 1531 Road 21.90 Labor on streets Oscar Young 1532 Road 18.50 Labor on streets Stephen Berry 1533 Road 20.25 Labor on streets P Cunningham 1534 Road 16.30 Labor on streets Z Scott 1535 Road 32.05 Labor on streets John Mahoney 1536 Road 17.45 Labor on streets John Sheehan 1537 Road 33.20 Labor on streets O F Soderberg 1538 Road 17.45 Labor on streets W M Jones 1539 Road 41.05 Labor on streets Wm Morris 1540 Road 37.70 Labor on streets S F Likens 1541 Road 2.25 Labor on streets Wm Krose 1542 Road 12.95 Labor on streets P Delaney 1543 Road 10.70 Labor on streets [total]427.05

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161 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Mar 4 1887 H Lohse 1544 Road 3.30 Labor on Sts(lay brick Marion St sewer) H Lohse 1544 Road 7.00 Brick for Marion St sewer Harrington & Smith 1545 Road 294.20 Sewer pipe etc Stetson & Post Mill Co 1546 Road 422.31 Lumber for streets M McTeigh 1547 Road 9.95 Repairing Harness J A McBeath & Co 1548 Road 12.35 Horse shoeing etc Jones & Hubbell 1549 Road 17.95 Feed Washington Iron Works1550 Road 31.30 Castings for Marion St sewer Chas McDonald 1551 Road 11.45 Repairing tools etc [total] 809.50 W A Perry 1010 Fire 75.00 Salary Eng No 1 A M Gilman 1011 Fire 75.00 Salary Eng No 2 G Kellogg 1012 Fire 75.00 Salary Cheif Fire Dept N S Snyder 1013 Fire 25.00 Salary Secty Fire Delegates E C McClellahan 1014 Fire 3.00 Hauling Hook & Ladder Truck D McDaniel 1015 Fire 5.00 Hauling Hook & Ladder Truck Peter Frisell 1016 Fire 2.50 Hauling Hose Cart E C Green 1017 Fire 3.00 Washing hose for #2 Sunset Telephone Co 1018 Fire 10.00 Telephone Fire Service March\87 Chas McDonald 1019 Fire 7.50 8 spanners Saml Hunter 1020 Fire 75.00 Glazing Engine House No 4 Washington Iron Works 1021 Fire 4.80 Repairing Ladder [total]299.30 Seattle Gas Light Co 170 Gas 24.91 Gas Month of Feby Seattle Electric Light Co 171 Gas 260.80 Street Lighting etc Spring Hill Water Co 49 Water 285.50 Water Month of Feby Miscellaneous The City Surveyor submits plans and specifications for a sidewalk on the North side of Madison Street from the East side of Third Street to the east side of alley between Third & Fourth Streets. On motion the same. are submitted to the street committee. After Examination the Street Committee returns the said plans and specifications and recommend that they be approved and adopted : Whereupon on motion the said plans and specifications are approved and adopted. Bids for Constructing Third Street Sidewalk. Pursuant to publish notice the following bids are

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