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674 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Aug 12 1885 Be it remembered that on this the 12th day of August 1885 the Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant to law. The following officers are preent to wit: His Honor the Mayor H L Yesler and Councilmen Keenen,Young,Calligan, Hall, Furth & Lake thereupon the following proceedings were had, to wit: Petitions received Petition of James Pallock for a sewer from North side of Main St to South side of Jackson St referred to comittee on sewers. Petition of A S Miller for street crossing corner 3rd & Marion Sts. Referred to Committee on Streets and Improvements. Remonstrances. The remonstrance of A Burgus et al against the issuance of a Retail Liquor License to Richard Pritcherd of the Lake View House at East end of Jackson St was received read and ordered filed, and the application and bond of said Richard Pritchard ordered laid over by a unanimous vote. Communications A communication from the Board of Fie Delegates asking for additional fire apparatus received. Referred to committee on Fire & Water. Reports Report of the City Justice approved and ordered filed. Report of Street Commissioner Manning approved & ordered filed Application of Charles Ross for License referred Licenses ordered Issued Ordered that Licenses be issues as follows to wit: Thomas Anderson Retail Malt Liquors for 3 months from Aug 8 1885 Peter Buerman Retail Intoxicating Liquors for 3 months from Aug 1st 1885 E H Huntley Retail Intoxicating Liquors for 3 months from Aug 11 1885 Fred Homan Retail Intoxicating Liquors for 3 months from Aug 15 1885 S Baxter Wholesale Intoxicating Liquors for 6 months from Aug 10 1885 Wm Waugh Retail Malt Liquors for 3 months from Aug 16 1885

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675 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 12 1885 W F Allen & Co Retail Intox Liquors for 3 months from Aug 13\85 Andreaus Mauer Retail Intox Liquors for 3 months from Aug 18\85 Anderson & Jacobson Retail Intox Liquors for 3 months from July 23\85 Martin J McDonough Retail Intox Liquors for 3 months from Aug 3\85 W E Townsend Retail Intox Liquors for 3 months from Aug 13\85 E Champeaux Retail Intox Liquors for 3 months from Sept 4\85 Bernard Kuntz Retail Malt Liquors for 3 months from Aug 6\85 A & J Hernrick Retail Malt Liquors for 3 months from Aug 14\85 The vote on granting said licenses is a follows: In favor of Keenen, Young, Calligan Furth, Hall & Lake Against None. On motion it is ordered by a unanimous vote of the Councilmen present that a warrant be drawn on the City fund for the sum of $148.75 in favor of J Furthfor the purpose of defraying the expenses incurred by the Citizens Committee in the Grant Memorial Services. The following Claims having been duly considered by the Council and are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the funds in the following amounts viz, City Fund J Furth Exp Memorial Service #1240 $148.75 Road Fund

James Campbell Labor on Streets #1058 $13.50 Geo VanDyke Labor on Streets 1059 13.50 H Roseburg Labor on Streets 1060 13.50 H C Turner Labor on Streets 1061 13.50 J L McClellan Labor on Streets 1062 13.50 W J Alexander Labor on Streets 1063 13.50 Geo Huntley Labor on Streets 1064 13.50 Thos Rock Labor on Streets 1065 18.00 James Campbell Labor on Streets 1066 27.10 189.60 Fire Fund Moran Bros Labor on Engine etc #634 $16.50 Schwabacher Bros & Co Supplies 635 3.62 W A Perry 636 75. James Dunham 637 75. 190.12 Water Fund sharpe Coffman & Co #25 9.90

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676 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Ordered that the Bill of T R Reed for Labor onStreets be and the same is hereby rejected Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money for pay audited bills" Adopted upon the following vote to wit: In favor of adoption Keenen, Young, Calligan Furth, Hall and Lake Against none Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned Attest: W R Forrest clerk Approved H L Yesler mayor Aug 21 1885 Be it remembered that on this the 21st day of August 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 H L Yesler and councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, W A Harrington, Geo W Hall, Gus Keenen,S W Lake Chas McDonald & G W Young Thereupon the following proceedings were had; Petitions Received Petition of H H Pease et al for a sidewalk North side of Spring St between 3rd & 4th Sts. Referred to St. Com. Petition of Samantha Barton for damages occasioned by the James St grade. Referred to Judiciary Com. & Com on Sewers & Drainage Petition of L Typhert et al praying that a license for sale of malt liquors be granted R Pritchard received and on motion laid on the table. Petition of Fred Voight et al for Gas Lights Corner James & 6th & James & 5th Sts received & referred to Committee on Gas Lights Petition of Chas Baker et al for policeman in North Seattle. Referred to Committee on Health & Police Petition of O J Yates praying for settlement of his grade tax was received and statements of Councilman Furth & City Atty Hanford heard in explanations thereof, After due consideration it is

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