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July 20th, '82
Councilmen for the Second Ward
Chas McDonald
John Collins
Fred Gash
Councilmen for the Third Ward
O. F. Casper
G. L. Manning
Ordered that the Council now stand adjourned until July,
28th, 1882
Attest: E S. Osborne, Clerk
Approved L. P. Smith, Mayor
July 28th, '82
Be it remembered that on this the 28th day of July, 1882 The Common
Council of the City of Seattle meets in it's Council Chamber pursu-
ant to adjournment.
The following Officers are present, to wit: His Honor the Mayor
L. P. Smith and CouncilmenJohn Collins, M. Densmore, Wm A.
, John Keenan, & Charles McDonald.
Thereupon the following proceedings are had;
A petition is received from John J McGilvra & Others praying
for a sidewalk on the Street Between Cherry & Madison Streets
Referred to the Street Committee.
A petition is received from G. C. Phinney praying for the right
to clear in Pine & 9th Streets of C.C. Terry's plat; Thereupon the
same is laid over.
A petition is received from Jacob Brunn regarding property
on West street. Refered to Street Committee.
And now the Finance Committee returns the report of the City
Justice with their approval of the same. Report filed.
The Street Comtee returns the petition of G. M. Bowman et al
for the opening of Battery Street with recommendation that the
same be granted. Thereupon the prayer of the petition is granted.
And now come Frank Peters and Wm Grose and make
their several applications & Bonds for retail liquor licenses for the period
of 3 months from the dates Aug 10 & Aug 1st, respectively. Whereupon
said Bonds are approved & said applicants making due

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