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564 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Nov 21/84 money to pay audited bills." Adopted upon the following vote, towit. In favor of adoption Clancy, Frye, Harrington, Latimer, Northrup, Rinehart, Snyder, Sox & Yesler. Against adoption none. Miscellaneous Ordered that the Street Commissioner be & is hereby instructed to work all laborers on the streets 9 hours for a days work, the vote of wages to remain as heretofore The Street Comtee reject the petition of John H. Randolph for an exclusive privilege to post bills. Report adopted The Street Comtee return the plat of "D. T. Dennys Park addition to the City of Seattle" recommending that the same be approved. adopted Ordered that the vote of levy in orer to provide funds to pay for the Improvement of Battery Street under Ordinance No. 601 be & the same is hereby fixed at 68 mills on the Dollar. A report is rec'd from the Cemetery Commissioners on Cemetery matters. Referred to the Comtee on Public Buildings, Property & Grounds. Ordered that the Council as a body accompanied by the Surveyor proceed on Saturday the 22d inst to examine the matter of a Sewer for Union Street. A proposal is rec'd from M. J. Welch offering to remove the rock from Madison Street for $80.00 [/underline]. Ordered laid on the table Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned Attest: E.S Osborne Clerk Approved John Leary, Mayor Dec 5/84 Be it remembered that on this the 5th day of December 1884 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law. The following Officers are present, tonit: His Honor the Mayor John Leary and Councilmen Chas F. Clancy, Geo. F. Frye, B. L. Northrup, Alfred Snyder, E. F. Sox, H. L. Yesler, W. G. Latimer & W. V. Rinehart. Thereupon the following proceedings are had: Petitions Rec'd From U. A. Carr for correcting an assessment. Referred to Finance Comtee

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565 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE. Dec 5/84 From Thos Hickson et al for a crossing in Madison Street at Jones Street. Referred to Street Comtee From D. T. Denny et al for extending Rollin Street to meet Pike Street near Fifth Street. Referred to Street Comtee Communications and Reports From D. T. Denny with drawing his plat of North Seattle. Ordered rec'd From City Justice showing fines collected. Ordered filed From Treasurer on the condition of funds. Referred to Finance Comtee From Street Commissioner. Showing labor performed. Ordered filed From Harbor Master. Referred to Attorney From Justice Cann showing fines collected. Referred to Finance Comtee From Chief of Police showing arrests. Referred to Finance Comtee From Jailor showing persons in Confinement for Nov. Referred to Finance Comtee From Surveyor submitting specifications for a Sewer foot of Marion Street. Referred to Sewer Comtee From Attorney on the condition of pending litigation. Ordered filed Committees Reports From the Chief of Police submitting rules for the government of the Police Force. Referred to Police Force From Gas Comtee recommending Gas lamps corners of 4th & Jefferson & Mill and South 3rd Streets. Adopted From Judiciary Comtee recommending the granting of the petition of P. D. Hamlin in manner as reported by the Clerk. Adopted From Street Comtee recommending the passage of an Ordinance for the extension & establishment of Madison Street. Laid over until next meeting Applications for Licenses Referred Emil Davidson, John Levy, M. K. Gottstein, Joseph Hayson, Chas Lorch, Gumbert & Dickman, Abraham Buigger, S. Kirschberg, Frank Wilton, E. Champeaux, John Brannen, & Peter Anderson Licenses Ordered Issued Ordered that licenses be issued as follows towit: John Shepich for Grocery license for 3 months from Nov. 8. 1884 A. F. Able for Retail license for 3 months from Nov 13

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566 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Dec 5/84 Cowles & Foster for Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 12, 1884 S. A. Scullinfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 11 A. F. Hillfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Dec 3 Perkins & Laddfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 15 Smith & Farrarfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 8 J. N. Magrathfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Dec 1 Morgan & Lawrencefor Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 23 O'Shea & Parent for Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 13 Andreas Mauerfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Nov. 18 John Levyfor Retail liquors for 3 months from Dec 6 Orderedthat the application of Andrew Hemrich be & is hereby rejected 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, towit: City Fund E. S. Osborne Clerk 920 $125. J. D. Lowman Treasurer 921 $150. C H. Hanford Atty 922 $100. J H Woolery Chief of Police 923 $150. E. A. Gardner Police 924 $80.. Wm Murphy Police 925 $80. D H. Webster Police 926 $80. Thos Ross Police 927 $80. W. H. Pinckney Police 928-929 $80. F. L. Bangs Police 930 $80. James Welch Police 931 $80. Chas Moore Police special 932 $5. Wm H. Hughes Assessor 933 $62.50. James Bogart Jailor & Janitor 934 $60. Post-Intelligencer Pub. Co printing 935 $10.80 Clarence Hanford Job Work 936 $36.50 Sunset-Telephone Co LIne Rentals 937 $6.65 Oregon & Trans-Continental R.R. Co Cart scraper harness 938 $43. Gordan Hardware Co Hand cuffs 939 $7.

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567 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE. Dec 5/84 James Brennan Leg irons No 940 42.50 Neuman & Argens Keys 941 $1. Henry Sheahan One half cost price barn on City lot 942 $17.50 Road Fund G. L. Manning Street Commissioner No 695 $84. L. D. Hoppick labor on streets 696 $51.18 Geo Van Dyke labor on streets 697 $30.37 Andrew Holt labor on streets 698 $7.87 A. C. Turner labor on streets 699 $11.25 Luke Hule labor on streets 700 $14.62 T. Lee labor on streets 701 $44.44 J. R. Davis labor on streets 702 $36. J. L. McClellan labor on streets 703 $43.87 C. M. Bywater labor on streets 704 $37.98 G. H. Rummel labor on streets 705 $48.37 Frank Russell labor on streets 706 $79.378 Paul Bayer labor on streets 707 $48.37 B. S. Conrad labor on streets 708 $51.18 J. M. Hoffman labor on streets 709 $40.50 W. J. Alexander labor on streets 710 $51.75 John Harrington labor on streets 711 $11.25 C. L. Egbert labor on streets 712 $23.06 Wm M. Jones labor on streets 713 $52.50 James Hodgkinson labor on streets 714 $41.62 Thos Rock labor on streets 715 $59.75 Wm Johnson labor on streets 716 $47.25 Geo. Huntley labor on streets 717 $54. Phil Corcorkan labor on streets 718 $49.50 Robt Reed labor on streets 719 $75. James Campbell labor on streets 720 $54. Frank La Bonty labor on streets 721 $49.50 SeattleLumber Comcial Co lumber 722 $854.80 Stetson & Post Lumber 723 $98.99 D. E. Blaine lumber 724 $249.45 Ed Herrick hauling lumber 725 $3.50 Hans Nelson lumber 726 $18.95

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568 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Dec 5/84 Ballard & Sox hardware No 727 $67.25 Gordan Hardware Co hardware 728 $33.40 Harrington & Smith hardware 729 $38.12 J. Seaman & Co use of horse 730 $8. G. Kellogg & Co medecines for team 732 $3.35 J. W. Hunt sharpening tools 733 $11.62 Wm Beattie steeing spokes 734 $3. Schwabacher Bros & Co saw 735 $1. R. H. Thomson engineering Main St Sewer 736 $32.95 Jones & Hubbell feed for team 737 & 738 $47.30 Gas Fund Seattle Gas Lt Co gas 97 $346.90 Washtn Iron Works Co lamp posts 98 $126. J. Schram & Co setting parts etc 99 $214.27 J. H. May attendlights 100 $51.40 Geo. Maynard painting gas light stand 101 $5. Fire Fund W. A. Perry engineer #1 No 497 $75. P. E. Smith engineer #2 498 $75. G. Kellogg & Co coal 499 $54.23 Young & McKern gas bracket at Engine House 500 $3. John McCaulay & Co repairs to pipe holders 501 $.75 G. Kellogg &Co packing 502 $.50 Water Fund Spring Hill Water water No 3 $128.50 Sharpe, Coffman & Co repairs to hydrant 4 $7.15 Fifth Street Grade #573 R. H. Thomson Engineering 1302 $36.50 Wm Harkins Contract Work 1305-1310 $387.82 Ordered that the Clerk be & is hereby instructed to cancel Warrant No 690 on Road Fund issued Nov 8, 1884 favor of Oregon and Trans-Continental R. R. Co for $43.00 Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted entitled "To amend Section 10 of Ordinance No 246"; After due consideration said Ordinance is adopted upon

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