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699 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 16 1885 Andrew Lunn Retail Intox 3 months from Oct 1st 1885 James W Smith Retail Intox 3 months from Oct 1st 1885 Jus McCary Retail Intox 3 months from Oct 15th 1885 C G Steinwey Retail Intox 3 months from Oct 4th 1885 The wote on issuing said licenses being as follows, to wit: In favor of same, Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen, Lake, McDonald, Post and Young. Claims Allowed The following claims against the City having been duly audited and allowed by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows to wit: Dr J M Smart City 1293 15.00 Copying Death Record E Shepard City 1294 125.00 Services assisting Clerk Geo G Lyon City 1295 18.10 Justice Fes Neuman & Argens City 1296 3.50 Padlock Keys & Labor (Jail) J D Lowman City 1297 14.88 Over Payment on Tax Roll A Labrasche City 1298 4.00 Night-Watch Engine No1 Lowman & Hanford S &P Co City 1299 29.50 Books etc for Clerk etc Stetson & Post Mill Co City 1300 15.00 Lumber for City Jail Chas McDonald City 1301 15.00 Repairs of Jail Jas P Ludlow City 1302 15.00 Clerks fees Dist Court Jas P Ludlow City 1303 15.00 Clerks fees Dist Court Jas P Ludlow City 1304 15.00 Clerks fees Dist Court Stetson & Post Mill Co [?] 1099 165.30 Lumber for St Com'r.. Harrington & Smith [?] 1100 60.74 Suppplies for St Com'r.. J A McBeath [?] 1101 4.50 Shoeing Horses St Com'r.. Seattle Hardware Co [?] 1102 3.63 Sewer Pipe for St Com'r.. G Kellogg & Co [?] 1103 1.00 Horse Medicine for St Com'r.. J F Warner & Co [?] 1104 1.55 Supplies for St Com'r.. Chas McDonald [?] 1105 8.50 Repairing for St Com'r.. H Meydenbauer Fire 662 3.00 Washing Hose G Kellogg Fire 663 23.00 Coal for No 2 J Schram & Co Fire 664 3.00 Fire Alarm Bell No 2 Allmond & Phillps Fire 665 2.50 Re-casting Bell No 4

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700 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 16 1885 Chas McDonald Fire 666 24.00 Repairing Hose Cart Etc G Kellogg Fire 667 27.80 Coal for No 1 A Labrasche Fire 668 3.00 Washing Hose Lowman & Hanford S &P Co Fire 669 2.00 Letter Heads for Fire Dept John Troy Fire 670 1.50 Hanging Bell No 2 Anthony Holmes Fire 671 1.50 Repairing Hose Cart Wm Beattie Fire 672 1.50 Setting Hose Cart Axle B Morton Fire 673 .50 Hanging Bell No 2 Wm Pierce Fire 674 1.50 Hanging Bell No 2 G Young Fire 675 1.50 Hanging Bell No 2 James Hunter Fire 676 .50 Hanging Bell No 2 Sharpe Coffman & Co Fire 29 3.10 Repg Hydrant Spring Hill Water Co 30 166.00 Water for City Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted by the City Attorney entitled "An ordinance to repeal Ordinance No 669" which after due consideration by the Council is adopted by the following vote, In favor of such ordinance Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen, Lake, McDonald, Post & Young. Against none An Ordinance is submitted by the clerk entitled "An ordinance to pay Audited bills" which is adopted by the following vote; In favor of such ordinance Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen, Lake, McDonald, Post & Young. Against none. New Business Ordered that the matter of the Mill Street sidewalk be made the special order for the next regular meeting. Ordered that the matter of the extension of Rollin Street

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709 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 6 1885 over until the next regular meeting and the Clerk directed to refund the deposit of $250.00 to each of said bidders. Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted entitled "An Ordinance granting the right to erect poles and stretch wires thereon for Electric purposes", which is read and referred to the Judiciary Committee. An Ordinance is submitted by the clerk entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills", which after being duly considered is passed dby the following vote, viz: In favor of said ordinance Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen, Lake, McDonald, Post and Young Against none. Ordered that the Council do now adjourn attest: W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler, mayor Nov 20 1885 Be it remembered taht that Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber on this the 20th day of November 1885 pursuant to law; the following officers being present, to wit: His Honor the MAyor H L Yesler and councilmen J Furth, R H Calligan, Geo W Hall, W A Harrington, J Keenen, Chas McDonald and J J Post and T W Lake where the following proceedings were had to wit: Petitions Communications Petition of J G Armstrong for permission to establish a laundry at No 114 South Second Street. Referred to Committee on Fire and Water. Petition of John Collins et al for planking Mill Street from Front to Second Street Referred ot Street committee Petition of John Roshalt and A Sanderson for permission

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709 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 6 1885 over until the next regular meeting and the Clerk directed to refund the deposit of $250.00 to each of said bidders. Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted entitled "An Ordinance granting the right to erect poles and stretch wires thereon for Electric purposes", which is read and referred to the Judiciary Committee. An Ordinance is submitted by the clerk entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills", which after being duly considered is passed dby the following vote, viz: In favor of said ordinance Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen, Lake, McDonald, Post and Young Against none. Ordered that the Council do now adjourn attest: W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler, mayor Nov 20 1885 Be it remembered taht that Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber on this the 20th day of November 1885 pursuant to law; the following officers being present, to wit: His Honor the MAyor H L Yesler and councilmen J Furth, R H Calligan, Geo W Hall, W A Harrington, J Keenen, Chas McDonald and J J Post and T W Lake where the following proceedings were had to wit: Petitions Communications Petition of J G Armstrong for permission to establish a laundry at No 114 South Second Street. Referred to Committee on Fire and Water. Petition of John Collins et al for planking Mill Street from Front to Second Street Referred ot Street committee Petition of John Roshalt and A Sanderson for permission

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712 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE A F Hill Retail Intox 3 months from Dec 3d W Waugh Retail Malt 3 months from Nov 16 Oliver Parent Retail Intox 3 months from Nov 13 W W Burritt Retail Malt 3 months from Oct 28 John Shepich Retail Malt 3 months from Nov 8 Gruenger & Bittner Retail Malt 3 months from Oct 28 Chas Ross Retail Intox 3 months from Dec 1 A Slorah Retail Malt 3 months from Nov 14 E Champeaux Retail Intox 3 months from Dec 4 O N Morse Retail Malt 3 months from Nov 5 The vote upon issuing said licenses being as follows, to wit: In favor of same Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen, Lake, Mcdonald and Post Claims Allowed The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows to wit: Name Fund Warrant Amt Service G Kellogg City 1345 4.40 Glass etc A Chilberg City 1346 3.00 Costs in Collecting Kimball tax W H Pumphrey City 1347 73.98 Stationary etc Lowman & HarfordCity 1348 18.20 Printing Tax rects etc R H Thompson City 1349 76.00 Locating for stone monuments F Anthonoy City 1350 2.00 Lettering Tax list R H Thomson City 1351 44.00 Engineering work etcUnion St sewer Neuman & Argens City 1352 2.40 Blank Cartridges Grant Funeral Neuman & Argens City 1353 1.25 Repairing Ball & Chain E Clark City 1354 1.50 Removing Carrion Harrington & SmithCity 1355 3.50 Supplies for Jail Young & McKeon City 1356 7.80 Repairs for Jail etc Geo G Lyon City 1357 75.40 Justice Fees Harrington & SmithCity 1358 39.73 Laying pipe in University Grounds P Fitzgerald City 1359 13.50 Tax refunded(over assessment) Jurors & Witness fees City 1360 72.60 Jurors & Witness fees in to 1392 inclusive Justice Lyon's Court [total] 439.26

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