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COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE

Jan 4/89 Be it remembered that on this the 4th day of January 1884 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law.

The following Officers are present, towit: His Honor the Mayor H.G. Struve and Councilmen Thomas Clancy, B.F. Day, Charles McDonald, U. M. Rasin, Otto Ranke and F.W. Wusthoff.

Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Received From M.P. Church for draining surface water and building crossing. Referred to Street Committee. From Patrick Flynn et al for the removal of obstructions by south side of Washington Street between Commercial and 2d. Referred to Street Committee. From Chas Benson for compensation for damages caused by blasting on Madison Street. Referred to Judiciary Committee. From W.C. Hawthorne et al for a gas lamp corner Union and 6th. Granted. From Seattle Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 for a room in which hold Company meetings. Granted. From Geo. F. Gilson et al for changing grade on Battery Street. Referred to Street Committee. From A.C. Baker for compensation for sidewalk built on Columbia Street. Referred to Street Committee. From Jonah E. Seaman for compensation for loss of horse by falling. Referred to City Attorney. From N. John Ronberg for correcting error in assessment. Referred to Finance Committee. From J. Schram and Co. for removal of obstructions from alley between Commercial and 2d. Referred to Street Committee. From Julia Carleton for refunding license money paid. Referred to License Committee. The Mayor calls attention to the matter of Mrs. Ingraham's petition for refunding taxes paid. Ordered that the Finance Committee be and they are hereby instructed to make immediate examination of the matter.

Reports Rec'd

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Jan 4/84 From the Street Commissioner. Referred to Street Committee. From surveyor on petition of Geo. W. Young for raising sidewalk on Washington Street. Adopted. From Chief of Police. Referred to Judiciary Committee. From Clerk on Jackson Street Extension. Referred to Attorney. From Surveyor on the matter of grades and sewerage. Referred to Street Committee with instructions to confer with Surveyor and report an Ordinance. From Surveyor recommending the opening of Rose Street. Referred to Street Committee.

Committees Reports Rec'd From Judiciary approving Chief of Police Report. Adopted. From Street Committee recommending the vacation of the alley through Blocks 25 and 28 of Boren's plot. Adopted. From Street Committee rejecting the petition of Geo. W. Young to raise the sidewalk on Washington Street. Adopted. From Committee on Licenses rejecting the petition of Julia Carleton. Adopted. From Street Committee approving Street Commissioners report. Adopted. From Street Committee rejecting the petition of H.A. Atkins regarding Columbia St grade. Adopted. From Street Committee petition of M.P. Churcg. Adopted.

Licenses Ordered issued Dickman and Gumbert for retail liquors for 3 months from Jan 4. 1884 Geo. Meister retail liquors 3 months 7 Bevy Murphy and Co. retail liquors 3 months Dec. 12 1885 Krischberg and Langert retail liquors 3 months 12 Jamson and Marshall retail liquors 1 pool and 1 p.h 3 months 19 R. Howard 2 billiards and 1 pool 3 months 25 Smith and Farrar 1 pool 3 months 27 Peter W. Wusthoff Retail and 1 Billiard 3 months Jan 3 1884 Gottstein Langert and Co wholesale 3 months Dec 17 83 Melthun and Co 1 p.h. and table 6 months 15 Otto (Fuh?) and Co retail 3 months 13 C.P. Stone wholesale 6 months Jan 1 1884 Bertch & Hink 1 pool and 1 p.h 6 months 1

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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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James Campbell labor on streets No. 345 $65. Thos Rock labor on streets No. 346 $65. Luther Albee labor on streets No. 437 $60. M. Murphy labor on streets No. 348 $52.50 Chas McDonald Ironing mud scraper No. 349 $41.50 Peter Zimme teaming on sts No. 350 $39. J. M. Snow Establishing Grades No. 351 $23.02 G. P. McFaden hauling for sts No. 352 $20.25 Seattle Lumber & Com cial Co lumber No. 353 $15.73 Seattle Gas Lt Co digging ditch No. 354 $5. W. H. Shoudy Poll tax refunded No. 355 $4. Fred Bonis Poll tax refunded No. 356 $4. Ole P. Egge Poll tax refunded No. 357 $4. Joel Miller Poll tax refunded No. 358 $4. W. H. Sheran Hauling lumber No. 359 $3.50 Gas Fund Seattle Gas Lt Co Repairs etc. No. 69 $21.24 Seattle Gas Lt Co Gas No. 70 $263.65 Fire Fund Carkeek & Nicholas Final payment Columbia St Engine House No. 271 $1457.25 Young & McKeon Plumbing same Columbia St Engine House No. 272 $253.15 P. E. Smith Engineer No 2 No. 273 $80. Hall & Paulson Furniture Co. Furniture Columbia st Engine House No. 274 $78. W. A. Peny Engineer No 1 No. 275 $75. L. M. Robbins Labor in Columbia St Engine House No. 276 $43.99 John Shirn Platform sidewalk Columbia St Engine House No. 277 $36.25 Seattle Lumber & Com cial Co Lumber for Columbia St Engine House No. 278 $34.91 Benj Agar CleaningColumbia St Engine House No. 279 $20. P. E. Smith Bedroom Furniture No 2 No. 280 $20. R. H. Calligan Coal No. 281 $19. Gordan Hardware Co Nails & hardware No. 282 $14.90 Chas McDonald repairing boom chains at Incline No. 283 $11.25 Frank McCombs Hauling Engine to Fire No. 284 $10. D. D. Martin Hauling Engine to Fire No. 285 $10. Peter Zimmer Hauling Engine to Fire No. 286 $10. Gordan Hardware nails sundries No. 287 $7.90

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Jan 4/84 T.W. Bennett Repairs New Engine House No 288 $7.50 O. F. Cosper & Co Brooms & Ammonia 289 1.10 4th St Grade J.M. Snow Engineering $10.75 J.N. Bigelow, W. Burritt and Wm Meydenbaur contract work 72. Washington St Grade J.M. Snow Engineering 42.32 S. G. Simpson Sidewalks 866.82 South 4th St Grade Frahm & Simpson Contract Work 194.06 J.M. Snow Engineering 12.42 Madison St Grade J.M. Snow Engineering 183.89 Strong & Harkins Contract Work 2498.18 9th St Grade Frahm & Simpson contract Work 5635.22 J.M. Snow engineering 46.84 Battery St Grade Wm Harkins Contract Work 1307.54 J.M. Snow engineering 184.65 Jackson St Grade #442 G.N. Alexander Contract Work 3970.57 J.M. Snow Engineering 103.99 Miscellaneous The plans and specifications for fire cisterns having been approved by the Committee on Fire and Water Supply. It is ordered that said plans and specifications be and they are hereby adopted by the Council. And now the Committee on Columbia Street Engine report that said Engine House is completed and has been accepted. Report adopted and Commitee discharged. Ordered that the rate of assessment in order to provide funds to pay for the Improvement of 9th Street under Ordinance No. 395 be and the same is hereby fixed at the rate of 253 mills on the dollar. And now the plat of "Comstocks Supplemental addition to the City of Seattle" is presented and after due examination said plat is approved. Ordered that the matter of considering the rights of Council

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