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272 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 17 1887 Ordered that D N Hyde be reduced on personal property $350. Ordered that Council do now adjourn until Friday Evening August 19th at 8 o'clock Approved J Furth acting mayor Attest W R Forrest clerk Aug 19 1887 Be it remembered that on this 17th day of August A D 1887 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law and The following officers are present to wit: Acting Mayor J Furth and Councilmen Frink, Green, Moran, Neisz, Russell & Reitze, and W R Forrest Clerk. On motion of Councilman Reitze the reading of the minutes is suspended. Petitions etc. Petition of O Jacobs & Others for the opening Depot Street from Banner to Broadway, and the condemnation of property necessary thereof read and referred to Street committee. From Puguet Sound Improvement Co praying that the Ordinance establishing the grade of Pike Street changed to conform with the present grade, read and referred to Street Committee. From Davidson & Grubb praying for permission to transfer liquor license from the Blue Front Saloon to the Villard House read & on motion granted. Petitonof J D Lowman for theopening of Eleventh Street from Columbia Street to Madison Street

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273 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 19 1887 and on motion granted. Petition of B Bagley & others for the opening and improvement of High Street, read and referred to St. Com. Petition of Charles Hart for the correction of a certain tax title read and referred to City Atty. Communication form Capt F J Burns declining to serve as one of the appraisers for Second Street improvement. Read and ordered filed. Petition of Lake Shore and Eastern R R for right of way across Columbia Street read and referred to Com. on Harbor & Wharves. Petition of Teamsters & Drayman asking for amendments of ordinance licensing & Regulating vehicles, read & Referred to Committee on License and Revenue. Petition of Huesah Kaufman, Rufus Willard & Edward L Smith for permission to relay sidewalk on Seventh Street. Read and on motion granted. Committee & Other Reports Rec'd Report of CIty Surveyor submitting estimate of the cost of constructing sewer in Columbia Street from Twelfth Street to Front Street (3500) read and submitted to the Committee on Sewers & Drainage. Verbal report from Judiciary Committee on petition of R H Thomson for damages account Mill Street grade stating that thus far the Committee had been unable to agree with Mr Thomson & Recommending that procedure as set in the city Charter pertaining to such cases be followed. By request of the Atty for Mr Thomson the matter is referred to the Committee.

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274 JOURNl OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 19 1887 From same Committee returning approved reports of Justices Jones & Soderberg & City Jailor Bogart. adopted Licenses ordered Issued. B Kurz Retail Malt 6 Months form Sept 1st 1887 H S Carlton Retail Liquor 6 Months form Sept 1st 1887 Sain Licenses are granted by the following vote viz: Ayes Frink, Green, Lake, Moran, Neisz, Russell & Reitze Nays none. Licenses Referred Ole Nelson Bills allowed The following bills having been duly audited by the Council are allowed and ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows viz: Name No Fund Amount Remarks Eben S Osborn 2458 City 20.00 List of owners of Property Harrington & Smith 2459 City 3.50 Supplies for Jail & City Hall E Deal 2460 City 65.00 Special Police F A Minick 2461 City 65.00 Special Police C L Wynegar 2462 City 43.20 Special Police B B Dearborn 2463 City 12.00 Printing Justice complaints Albro Gardner 2464 City 25.00 Bal Salary Martin Lange 2465 City 1.25 One Half Barrel Lowman & Hanford 2466 City 16.50 Printing Blanks Geo W Craig 2467 City 1.00 Hauling man to Jail Young Bros 2468 City 1.00 Repairing Closet in City Hall W Soderberg 2469 City 28.35 Justice Fees Pat Flynn 2470 City 2.20 Justice Fees J Caldwell 2471 City 4.40 Justice Fees H F Jones 2472 City 74.10 Justice Fees J R Kinnear 2473 City 20.00 Justice Fees Manuel Huerta 2474 City 54.00 Justice Fees [total]436.50 Frank Beattie 1088 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose Frank Beattie 1088 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose Ira Hummell 1089 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose Wm McDonald 1090 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose [total]448.50

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275 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 19 1887 Name No Fund Amount Remarks James Dunham 1091 Fire 3.00 Washing Hose James Campbell 1092 Fire 2.50 Hauling Hook & Ladder Truck W L Green 1093 Fire 5.00 Hauling Hook & Ladder Truck Chas A Craig 1094 Fire 2.50 Hauling Hose cart Ed L Lindsley 1095 Fire 2.50 Hauling Hose Cart No 2 Ed L Lindsley 1095 Fire 2.50 Hauling Hook & Ladder Truck Ed L Lindsley 1095 Fire 1.25 Clearing around Powder House Madison St Ex & Mill St Assess't Rolls And now inpursuance of law and published notice, the Council proceeds to examine and equalize the Assessment Rolls for the Special Asessment districts created by Ordinance Number 839 for Grading & Improving Madison St as further extended and established and Ordinance No 847 for the grading and improvement of Mill Street, and no one appearing to contest said rolls it is ordered that said assessment rolls done nd the same are hereby approved and adopted. Miscellaneous Ordered that a wagon and double harness be purchased for the use of the City and that Councilman R Russell be appointed a committee of one to make such purchase. Ordered that the clerk be instructed to advertise for bids for lighting the streets and public buildings ofthe City from Sept 1st 1887 to Oct 1st 1888; Also for doing the City Printing for the same period. Also for furnishing the City 20 tons of coal more or less to be delivered at the City Hall and at Engine House No 1, No 2 & 4. Ordinance An Ordinance is submitted by the City Attorney entitled "An Ordinamce to further extend establish lay out and open Natches Street in the City of Seattle" which is passed by

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276 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 19 1887 the following vote viz: In favor of the same Frink, Green, Lake, Moran, Neisz, Russell & Reitze against the same none. An ordinance is submitted by the City Attorney entitled "An Ordinance to further extend established lay out and open Republican Street in the City of Seattel" which is passed by the following vote: Frink, Green, Lake Moran, Neisz, Russell & Reitze. against the same none. An ordinance is submitted by the City Attorney entitled "An Ordinance authorizing and empowering the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a quit claim deed to W C Hill" which is passed by the following vote: Frink, Green, Lake Moran, Neisz, Russell & Reitze. Against the same none. An ordinance is submitted by the City Clerk entitled "A Special Ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills" which is passed by the following vote to wit: In favor of same Frink, Green, Lake, Moran, Neisz, Russell & Reitze. Against the same none. Ordered that Council Adjourn until Tuesday Aug 23rd at 7 o'clock PM Approved Thomas Minor mayor Attest W R Forrest Clerk

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