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4 483M Petition F. Anthony for an extension of time in which to deliver the city ord's of 1893 as authorized by Ord. No. ____ Granted By 8-7-93 [Lincoln & Post?]

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Mr. President:

Your Committee on Library & Printing to whom was referred petition of F. Anthony for extension of time for printing City Ordinances beg leave to report favorably and recommend an extension to Sept. 12, & the rest 30 days late . Adopt 7-7-93 A. G. Goddard Chairman S.S. Carlisle } Committee.

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MUSIC, PICTORALS, MAGAZINES AND PAPERS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION BOUND IN ANY STYLE DESIRED MAPS MOUNTED AND VARNISHED

BLANK-BOOK MANUFACTURER BOOK BINDER PAPER RULER COMMERCIAL PRINTER

Office of F. Anthony

104 Washington Street Near Commercial Street

P. O. Box 633

Seattle, Wash. August 7th, 1893 To The Honorable Council of the City of Seattle. Gentlemen: The time in which I was to begin the delivery of the Book of Ordinances for the City having about expired and The Book being only about Three-Fourths done, I must respectfully petition your honorable body for an extention of time to September 12th for the Delivery of the First 100 copies and an extension of 30 days on the time for final delivery. Reasons for delay are: First: - The stoppage of work by the ordinance Commissioner to allow Ordinances not passed when work commenced but passed afterward to be inserted in their proper places. Second: - The inability of the Commissioner and the City Clerk to make proper compairison of Proofs with the Records as fast as the printer could supply them. Third: - The rushing of such a work would result in errors and The Commissioner and Printers have at the expence of time endeavored to produce a Book as free from errors and as nearly perfect as possible. That you will grant this request your petitioner forever prays. Most respectfully F. Anthony

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Know all men by these presents that we F. Antony as principal and Griffith Davies and Max Cleriens as sureties all of Seattle State of Washington are held and stand firmly bound and obliged unto the City of Seattle a municipal corporation of the State of Washington in the full and just sum of one thousand dollars to be paid to the City of Seattle its successors or assigns for which payment well and truly to be made we do bind ourselves our and each of our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents.

Sealed with our seals and date this 31st day of May 1893.

The condition of this obligation is such that whereas the said principal F. Anthony has this day entered into a contract in writing with the City of Seattle for the printing binding and furnishing of certain books and pamphlets containing the Charter of the City of Seattle and certain ordinances thereof and other matter as will more fully appear by said written contract which is hereby expressly referred to and made a part here of. Now therefore the condition of this obligation is such that if said principal F. Anthony shall do the work and furnish the books and pamphlets provided for in said contract and as therein agreed by him and shall faithfully comply with all the terms and conditions of said contract then this obligation shall be void; otherwise shall remain in full force and virtue.

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COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE

Jan 4 1884

John Stifter Grocery for 3 months from Jan 1, 1884 Fred Voight Grocery for 3 months from Jan 1, 1884 James W. Smith Retail for one month from Jan 3, 1884 A. E. Alden Retail for 3 months from Jan [1?], 1884 Frank Peters Retail for 3 months from Jan 11, 1884 Joseph Francisco Retail for 3 months from Jan 7, 1884 And now Mayor Struve being ill retires and Councilman U. M. Rasin is elected to the position of President of the Council to serve the remainder of the meeting Claims Paid City Fund E. S. Osborne clerk No. 554 $125. J. H. Woolery Chief of Police No. 555 $100. D. L. McCowan Police No. 556 $80. James Welch Police No. 557 $80. A. H. Manning Police No. 558 $80. J. C. Floyd Police No. 559 $80. Chas Lind Police No. 560 $80. John Kelly Police No. 561 $80. F. A. Minick Police No. 562 $80. R. Osborn atty No. 563 $75. J. H. Woolery Police buttons No. 564 $64. Herald Pub. Co. Printing No. 565 $62. T. H. Cann J. P. S. fees No. 566 $29.90 Jas F. Cass Fees in City-v-Planner No. 567 $26.50 F. Anthony Stationary No. 568 $16.50 Gordan Hardware Co. Hand Cuffs No. 569 $15. Sunset Telephone Co. hire rentals No. 570 $6.65 J. D. Lowman Stationery No. 571 #5.70 Road Fund Stetson & Post Lumber No. 338 $153.70 Henry Sheahan labor on Sts $91. use of house $31.50 No. 339 $122.50 S. Berry labor on Sts. No. 341 $83.50 John Francis labor on Sts. No. 342 $75.60 [?] Prisoners board No. 343 $72.60 J. H. Woolery board No. 344 $67.30

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