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Petition Dated Jan 28th 1884

To the honorable Mayor and City Council of the city of Seattle W T We the undersigned citizens and freeholders of the City of Seattle hereby respectfully request and pray your honorable body to cause to be opened for the travel of teams the following parts of streets Viz: that part of Eleventh Street running from Stewart Street to Howell Street Also Howell Street from Eleventh Street to Tenth Street Said Streets being Situated in that part of Seattle known as the second Addition of the heirs of Sarah A Bell.

D C Townsend John W Chew W D Kozcorsm F Wilhelm O W Lynch W Latka C E Plough A Graham Jas Alexander Samuel Scoon George F Smith J A Townsend H Smith C W Smith

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580 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Jan 4/85 Claims Paid the following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by Warrants drawn on the funds and in the amounts following to wit: City Fund E S Osborne Clerk 952 $125. J D Lowman Treasurer 953 $150. C H Hanford Atty 954 $100. J H Woolery Chief of Police 955 $150. Wm Murphy Police 956 $80. W H Pinckney Police 958 & 959 $80 F L Bangs Police 960 $80. James Welsh Police 961 $80. E A Gardner Police 962 $80. D H Webster Police 963 $80. W B Thompson Police 964 $80. Thos Ross Police 965 $80. G L Manning Street Commissioner 966 $91. James Bogart Janitor & Jailor 967 $60 Wm H Hughs Assessor 968 $62.50 S B Vrooman J P Fees 969 $14.40 T H Cann J P Fees 970 $40.75 Jas P Ludlowdepty clerk Costs in City -v-Stephenson 971 $50.15 D C Townsend Juror in City -v-Corbett 972 $2.20 Frank Griffin Juror in City -v-Corbett 973 $2.20 S J Grover Juror in City -v-Corbett 974 $2.20 S W Scott Juror in City -v-Corbett 975 $2.20 F M Byrd Juror in City -v-Corbett 976 $2.20 James Villi Juror in City -v-Corbett 977 $2.20 W B Thompson Witness in City -v-Corbett 978 $2.20 H A Bigelow Witness in City -v-Corbett 979 $2.20 J S Woolery Witness in City -v-Corbett 980 $3.75 C M Johnson Jury City-v-O'Brien 981 $2.20 J W Hunt Jury City-v-O'Brien 982 $2.20 H C Maddocks Jury City-v-O'Brien 983 $2.20 James McCombs Jury City-v-O'Brien 984 $2.20

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603 Common Council of the City of Seattle Mar 6/85 Be it remembered that on this the 6th day of March 1885 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law. The following Offices are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor John Leary and Councilmen Geo. F. Frye, W.A. Harrington, B.L. Northrup, Alfred Snyder, H.L. Yesler, W.M. Latimer, W.V. Rinehart. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd Neuman & Argens to keep powder From Newman & Argens for the right to keep 100 lbs of powder. Granted upon the condition that the means for keeping the same shall be first approved by the Chief of the fire Department Chaffee hog pen nuisance From A L Spencer for abating the Chaffee hog pen nuisance Referred to the Committee on Health & Police. Block 42 Draining of From D C Townsend et al for removing water from Off Block 42 of Heirs of S A Bell Addition. Refered to the committee on sewers. Mill St Grading of remonstrance From Moses Keezer et al remonstrating against the proposed grading of Mill Street. Moltke St opening of From A E Howser for opening Moltke Street. Referred to Street Comtee Bywater claim From C M Bywater making claims for $20.00 for recovering certain House. Referred to the Committee on Fire & Water Reports Reports Rec'd Mill St grading From Street Committee recommending the denial of the petition of James Park et al for grading Mill Street. Report adopted from the Atty on pending litigation adopted From City Justice Ordered filed Meyers & Powers litigation From Atty on the deposition of moneys to be paid Witnesses in City-v-Meyers & Powers. Acepted From Jailor showing prosoners on confinement. Ordered filed From Treasurer showing the condition of funds. Referred to Finance Committee Tax Roll 1884 retd From Treasurer returning the Tax Roll for the year 1884 together with his report thereon showing delinquint taxes. Report referred to Finance Comtee. From Street Commissioner showing street work done. referred to Street Comtee.

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681 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 21 1885 Ordinances The city attorney now submits an ordinance entitled "an Ordinance Authorizing the Mayor & Clerk to execute a contact for the purchases of a Fire Alarm Bell" which after being duly considered is adopted by the following vote viz: In favor of such ordinance R H Calligan, J Furth, W A Harrington, Geo W Hall, John Keenen Chas McDonald, T W Lake & G W Young against none. An ordinance is submitted entitled "A Special Ordinance appropriating money to pay Audited Bills" which is adopted by the following vote: In favor of said ordinanceCalligan, Furth, Harrington, Hall, Keenen, Lake, McDonald & Young against none. A plat is presented to the Council entitled "The Public Benefit supplemental Plat" by Eshilman & Llewyellen City Surveyor. Attest:W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler mayor Sep 4 1885 Be it remembered that on this the 4th day of Sept A D, 1885 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law: The following officers are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor Henry L Yeslerand councilmen R Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, John Keenen, T W Lake, Chas McDonald & C W Young Whereupon the following proceedings were had to wit: Petition of D C Townsend et al{The petition of D C Townsend et al praying for the opening of a Natural Water Course through Blocks 42 & 43 Heirs of D A Bell 2nd Addition read and referred to Street Committee Petition of James F Jones et al {petition of James F Jones et al for a crossing corner at Pine and Second Sts read and referred to Street Com. and returned recommending that

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681 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 21 1885 Ordinances The city attorney now submits an ordinance entitled "an Ordinance Authorizing the Mayor & Clerk to execute a contact for the purchases of a Fire Alarm Bell" which after being duly considered is adopted by the following vote viz: In favor of such ordinance R H Calligan, J Furth, W A Harrington, Geo W Hall, John Keenen Chas McDonald, T W Lake & G W Young against none. An ordinance is submitted entitled "A Special Ordinance appropriating money to pay Audited Bills" which is adopted by the following vote: In favor of said ordinanceCalligan, Furth, Harrington, Hall, Keenen, Lake, McDonald & Young against none. A plat is presented to the Council entitled "The Public Benefit supplemental Plat" by Eshilman & Llewyellen City Surveyor. Attest:W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler mayor Sep 4 1885 Be it remembered that on this the 4th day of Sept A D, 1885 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law: The following officers are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor Henry L Yeslerand councilmen R Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, John Keenen, T W Lake, Chas McDonald & C W Young Whereupon the following proceedings were had to wit: Petition of D C Townsend et al{The petition of D C Townsend et al praying for the opening of a Natural Water Course through Blocks 42 & 43 Heirs of D A Bell 2nd Addition read and referred to Street Committee Petition of James F Jones et al {petition of James F Jones et al for a crossing corner at Pine and Second Sts read and referred to Street Com. and returned recommending that

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