J. P. Pierce claim against the city for burying a dog.
I Toes-day. a um ras of i coin A Brisf snd Uneventful Session Mon-' dsy Night. Tbe regular meeting of tbe city council Monday night waa brief sod uneventful, but considerable routine baaloere waa transacted. all members were present except Cbase, who is out of tbe city. Upon recommendation of tbe finance cr remittee, rliiros against tbe city wer allowed as follows: J. P. Pierce, burying dog, BOo; O. H. UollloKer, borylng dogs, $3 ; Scott Bros., labor aod material, $149.59; C. A.;Ed wards, labor, 4 i George Hlllbeck, burying dog, 50c; Electric Liiht Co., lights for August, 1187.00; E. R. PaUt, burying dogs, 50; C. t. Bodlnson Co. merchandise, 17.29. Tbe council and the board of education have determined that morellgbtla