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21 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE effect that then is the repeal of any section of the City Charter upon that subject. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned until Friday evening December 16th 1881 Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved Acting Mayor Be it remembered that on this the 16th day of December 1881 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to adjournment The following Offficers are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor L. P. Smith and Councilmen John Collins, M. Densmore, Wm. A. Jennings, John Keenan, Moses Keezer, and Charles McDonald Thereupon the following proceedings are had: A report is received from the Street Committee upon the advisability of building certain sidewalks; thereupon the report is received and ordered filed. The special Com tee returns the claim of F.H. Whitworth for services in making certain survey for 3rd street sidewalks without recommendations; thereupon it is ordered that a Warrant be drawn upon the Road Fund in Favor of said F.H. Whitworth in the sum of $5.00 in full for said claim The Claims of Waddell & Miles for repairs to gas pipes is ordered paid by Warrant drawn on the Gas Fund in the sum of $34.50 And now comes John Graff & makes application for a Grocery license for the period of 3 months from Dec 28 1881 thereupon his bond therefore approved and a license is ordered issued accordingly Ordered that a Gas Lamp be erected at the Corner of 4th and Cherry Streets Ordered that the tax assessor of Julius Linberg be referred to the Committee on Gas

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21 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE effect that there is and repeal of any section of that City Charter upon that subject. Ordered that the Council Stand now adjourned untill Friday evening December 16th 1881 Attest: E S Osborne Clerk Approved Acting Mayor Be it remembered that on this the 16th day of December 1881 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in it's Council Chamber Pusuant to adjournment The following Officers are present, to wit: His Honor The Mayor L.P. Smith and Councilmen John Collins, M. Densmore, Wm.A. Jennings, John Keenan, Moses Keezer and Charles McDonald Thereupon the following proceedings are had: A report is recieved from the Street Committee upon the advisability of building certain side walks; Thereupon the report is received and ordered filed. The special Com tee returns the claim of F.H. Whitworth for services in making certain surveys for 3rd Street sidewalks without recommendation: Thereupon it is ordered that a Warrant be drawn upon the Road Fund in favor of said F.H. Whitworth in the sum of $5.00 in full for said claim The claim of Waddell & Miles for repairs to gas pipes is ordered paid by Warrant drawn on the Gas Fund in the sum of $37.50 And now comes John Graff & makes application for a Grocery license for the period of 3 months from Dec. 28, 1881. Thereupon his bond there for is approved & a licenses is ordered issued accordingly Ordered that a Gas Lamp be erected at the corner of 4th and Cherry Streets Ordered that the tax matter of Julius Linberg be referred to the Committee on Gas

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30 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE & he is hereby instructed to issue a Warrant on the City Fund in favor of said Choir for the amount of tax paid by him on Block 52 in Maynards plot for the year 1880; thereupon the Clerk upon inspection finds that such tax paid amount to $3.41 The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by the Warrants drawn on the funds & in the amounts follows, to wit: City Fund E.S. Osborne Clerk $41.67 J.M. Hall Atty 41.67 J.H. McGraw Chief of Police 100.00 J.H. Woolery Police 80.00 D.L. McCowan Police 80.00 W.B. Jacklin " 80.00 James Lynn Watchman at fire 4.00 Freeman Johnson " " 4.00 Frank Seidel Assessor 187.50 F.H. Whitworth Surveyor 12.50 S.F. Coombs J.P.S. fees 11.00 Stewart Ebersold Job work 75.50 Seattle Chronicle Printing 11.25 M.V.B. Stacy Ground rent for Jails 10.00 Shorey & Atkins Water 6.00 S.G. Benedict & Co Stationery 6.95 Schwabacher Bros & Co Blankets 4.50 Road Fund R.H. Calligan Street labor $89.25 use of horse $16 $105.25 James Campbell Street labor 39." " Luther Albee " " 39." " Thos Rock " " 39." " Michael Keho " " 38." " Stetson & Post lumber 11.36 Robert Russell hauling lumber 21.50 John L. Kahaley hauling 3.50 J.S. McCallister use of cart 3.50

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129 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sept 11/82 From Public Buildings, Property and Grounds on claims of F.H. Whitworth in the sum of $27.00 for surveying City Cemetery recommending that the same be paid. Adopted. From Streets and Street Improvements on the petition of M. Densmore et al to re-grade Union Street from Front Street to 8th Street, recommending that the same be granted. Laid over until next meeting. From Streets and Street Improvements on the petition of Geo Harlip for a fish stand, recommending that the same be reejected. Adopted and petition rejected. From Streets and Street Improvements on the petition of Robert Knupe et al for sidewalks on both sides of Union Street from Front to the east side of 8th Street, recommending that the petition be granted. Laid over until next meeting. From Streets and Street Improvements recommending that a sidewalk be constucted fronting the north side of Block 30 of Terry's 1st addition. Ordered that the property owned on the north side of said Block be and are hereby instructed to build such sidewalk within 10 days from date. From Streets and Street Improvements on the monthly report of the Street Commissioner recommending that the same be adopted. Adopted. From Licenses and Revenue on the application of Blanco and Parker for a retail liquor license, recommending that the same be granted. Adopted and license ordered issued. From Licenses and Revenue on the application of Baker and Hughes for a retail liquor license recommending that the same be rejected. Adopted and license rejected. From Licenses and Revenue in the petition of John A. Paddrock et al for the remitting of 4 Exhibition licenses paid, recommending that the same be granted. Adopted and money ordered refunded. From Judiciary and Legislative submitting an ordinance levying a tax to pay for improvements under Ordinance No. 289. Communications received From the Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg Co and from Joesph Buchtel

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165 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 3/82 T. H. Carr J.P.'s fees No. 222 $25.90 Seattle Chronicle Printing 223 109.14 C. Hanford & Co. Job Printing 224 73.50 M.V. B. Stacy Ground rent for jails 225 10.00 Davis & Woodruff Stationary 226 40.00 Sing Verein Orion license refunded 227 5.00 Catholic Church license refunded 228 15.00 J. F. Cochran making term numbers 229 14.00 D.A. Jennings groceries and c for Pest House 231 6.55 E. F. Manning Hauling toPest House 232 1.50 Road Fund Henry Sheahan street labor$91horsehir$23 prisonersboard $26 No 92 $140.00 Stephen Berry Street Labor 93 60.00 M.S. Costello Street Labor 94 58.75 Thomas Rock Street Labor 95 50.00 Luther Albee Street Labor 96 46.25 Robert Russell do with team 97 6.00 Stetson & Post lumber 98 73.99 G. P. McFadden hauling lumber 99 4.75 F. W. Wusthoff Nails etc 100 19.50 James Benman repairs to Street cart etc 101 3.75 F.H. Whitworth Surveys Washton. St grade 102 58.00 Gas Fund Seattle Gas Lights Co Gas No. 23 $214.65 John L. Kahaley attending lights 24 34.50 Waddell & Miles repairs to gas lamps 25 80.70 D.A. Jennings Oil etc 26 1.85 Fire Fund W.A. Perry steward No 82 $75.00 James Dunham cleaning engine 83 3.00 McDaniel Bros hauling engines to & from incline 84 2.00 Miller & Miller hauling coke and engine 85 4.00 S. E. Davison Hauling coal 86 .50 J. Maginnis Hauling coal 87 .50 F. W. Wusthoff Oil etc 88 8.10 D.A. Jennings Oil etc 89 8.50

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