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226 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 1 1887 by the following vote viz: ayes Coulter, Frink, Furth, Hinckley, Lake, Russell & Reitze. Noes none. Ordered that the Council do now adjourn Approved W H Shoudy mayor Attest W R Forrest clerk Jul 15 1887 Be it remembered that on this 15th day of July 1887 the Common Council meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law: the following officers are present: To wit: Mayor W H Shoudy, Councilmen J Furth, J M Frink, Joseph Green, T D Hinckley, R Russell & C F Reitze. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved thereafter the following proceedings were had to wit: Petitions & Comunications Rec'd Petition of E A Turner et al for extending street limits read and referred to Street Light Committee Petition of Geo Kinnear and others to widen South 3rd Street from its intersection with Second Street to King Street to 90 feet in width. Granted and City Atty directed to draw the necessary ordinance. Petition of J N Myers for permission to build a storeroom 10x12 feet in size in the rear of Building No 212 south side of Washington Street, read and referred to committee on Fire &Water and upon examination report back by the Committee recommending that the petition be granted. Report adopted by the Council & petition granted. Petition of Thomas Anderson for the return on one quarter license form Red White & Blue Saloon he having sold the same is read and granted and clerk directed to draw a warrant for $125.00 in favor of said Thos Anderson

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227 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Jul 15 1887 Remonstrance of Fred Gasch and others against grading Madison Street extension. Read and Referred to Street Committee. Petition of H H McDonald for permissionto use powder in clearing land within the City Limits, read and on motion granted. Petition of Kline & Roseberg for permission to place signs on the Grant Street Bridge under the direction of the Street Commissioner, read and on motion granted. communication from the City Surveyor calling the attention of the Council to the condition of the bridge on Jefferson Street between Fourth Street and Fifth St and reporting the same in an unsafe condition is read and referred to the Street Committee. Report of City Jailor for month of June is referred to Finance Committee. Committee Reports Rec'd From Finance Committee rejecting petition of W H Hughes asking that certain taxes be refunded to Wm Cochrane. adopted. From same Committee rejecting petition of Western Union Telegraph Co for the refunding of certain taxes. adopted. Sidewalks Condemned, Communication received from the Street Committee recommending that the following sidewalks be condemned and new sidewalks ordered constructed: First, South Side of Mill Street, commencing at south west corner of Commercial Street & Mill Street thence west, sixty four (64) feet. Second, on the West Side of Commercial Street, Commencing at the north west corner of Jackson and Com-

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228 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 15 1887 mercial Streets thence running north sixty (60) feet, thence commencing one hundred and twenty (120) feet north of the north line of Jackson Street to the south line of Main Street. Third, North side of Washington Street, commencing at the north east corner of Commercial and Washington Streets, thence east one hundred and twenty (120) feet. Recommendation adopted by the Council and the Chief of Police directed to notify property owners to immediately rebuild said sidewalks. Applications for Liquor Licenses Referred Drown & Rice, Henry Robbins & Deitz & Schnietztien Licenses ordered Issued J N Meyer Retail Liquor six Months from July 1st Geo Meister Retail Liquor six Months from July 1st Chas Norager Retail Liquor six Months from July 1st H Carson Retail Liquor six Months from July 1st Wm Garrett Retail Liquor six Months from July 1st Fred Scholpp Retail Liquor six Months from July 1st Melhorn & Probst Retail Liquor six Months from July 1st Thevote upon issuing said said licenses is as following, viz: In favor of the same Furth, Frink, Green, Hinckley, Russell & Reitze. Against none. Bills Allowed The following claims against the City having been duly audited by the Council and allowed are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as following viz: Names Warrant Fund Amount Remarks W R Forrest 2386 City 177.50 Registrar E Edson 2387 City 75.00 Dep Clerk Purchasing Agent 2388 City 2.00 Posting notices etc Jas Bogart 2389 City 46.00 Board of Prisoners I H Page 2390 City 15.00 Board of Registration F A Twitchell 2391 City 15.00 Board of Registration [total]330.50

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229 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Jul 15 1887 330.50 R W Wineepaw 2392 City 15.00 Board of Registration A Armends 2393 City 15.00 Board of Registration G Kellogg 2394 City 3.55 Medicine for prisoners Burrows 2395 City 15.00 Special Police E Dial 2396 City 32.50 Special Police S Gath 2397 City 10.00 Special Police F Minick 2398 City 7.50 Special Police James Dunham 2399 City 5.00 Special Police J Caldwell 2400 City 5.00 Special Police G A Weed 2401 City 45.00 Medical Attendance Angeline Lowman & Hanford 2402 City 41.40 Printing W E Ledgerwood 2403 City 3.80 Certified Copy Records J D McDermott 2404 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election W I Graves 2405 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election Watson Allen 2406 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election J D Hannigan 2407 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election W F Dearborn 2408 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election M R Maddocks 2409 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election David Webster 2410 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election W A Jennings 2411 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election Josiah Collins 2412 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election Chas Swensen 2413 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election A W Piper 2414 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election F Anthony 2415 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election L B Andrews 2416 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election Douglas Young 2417 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election Otto Smith 2418 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election Chas Baker 2419 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election H H Ames 2420 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election W L Preston 2421 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election J Megrath 2422 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election Henry Harkins 2423 City 6.00 Election Officer City Election Thos Anderson 2424 City 125.00 License Refunded [total]774.25 Washington Iron Works 1070 Fire 11.00 Patterns Etc. Jno E Good 1071 Fire 11.00 Brass Casting C A Thorndike 1072 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose

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230 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jul 15 1887 J J Sullivan Fire 1073 3.00 Washing Hose Ira Hummell Fire 1074 3.00 Washing Hose S D Masel Fire 1075 3.00 Washing Hose Assessment Roll Fourth Street Grade And now in pursuance of law and notice duly published the council proceeds to the equalization of the special Assessment Roll for the Cistrict created by Ordinance No 836 for the grading of Fourth Street from Union Street to Bell Street and building sidewalks on both sides of said Street. No complaints being made against said assessment Roll and no one appearing to contest the same: It is ordered that the said Assessment Roll be and the same is hereby approved. Bids for Grading West Street Pursuant to published notice the council now proceeds to open bids for grading West Street from Virginia Street to Cedar Street and building sidewalks on both sides of said street: On motion the Clerk is directed to return the bid of W E Wilson to him unopened it not having been filed within the time required by the published call for bids: Bid of O'Day and Anderson Earthwork per cubic yard 32 cents Clearng and Grubbing per acre $99.00 Bid of Finch & Henderson Sidewalks per M[thousand] B M[thousand] $15.45 Box Drains per M[thousand] B M[thousand] $15.45 Bridge per M[thousand] B M[thousand] $15.85 Bid of D S Hill & Co Sidewalks per M[thousand] B M[thousand] $14.75 Bridge & Box Drains per M[thousand] B M[thousand] $20.00 After due consideration of said bids On motion it is ordered that the contract for doing the Earthwork be awarded to O'Day and Anderson and the

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