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681 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Aug 21 1885 Ordinances The city attorney now submits an ordinance entitled "an Ordinance Authorizing the Mayor & Clerk to execute a contact for the purchases of a Fire Alarm Bell" which after being duly considered is adopted by the following vote viz: In favor of such ordinance R H Calligan, J Furth, W A Harrington, Geo W Hall, John Keenen Chas McDonald, T W Lake & G W Young against none. An ordinance is submitted entitled "A Special Ordinance appropriating money to pay Audited Bills" which is adopted by the following vote: In favor of said ordinanceCalligan, Furth, Harrington, Hall, Keenen, Lake, McDonald & Young against none. A plat is presented to the Council entitled "The Public Benefit supplemental Plat" by Eshilman & Llewyellen City Surveyor. Attest:W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler mayor Sep 4 1885 Be it remembered that on this the 4th day of Sept A D, 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 Henry L Yeslerand councilmen R Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, John Keenen, T W Lake, Chas McDonald & C W Young Whereupon the following proceedings were had to wit: Petition of D C Townsend et al{The petition of D C Townsend et al praying for the opening of a Natural Water Course through Blocks 42 & 43 Heirs of D A Bell 2nd Addition read and referred to Street Committee Petition of James F Jones et al {petition of James F Jones et al for a crossing corner at Pine and Second Sts read and referred to Street Com. and returned recommending that

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682 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sep 4 1885 said petition be granted. Report adopted Communication from Mme Lachneal{ asking permission to carry on the French Laundry at foot of Commercial Street read and referred to Committee on Fire and Water Reports Report of City Justice G A Hill read and referred to Judiciary Committee Report of Justice G G Lyon read amd referred tp Judiciary Com. Report of Chief of police read and referred to Judiciary Comtee Report of City Jailor read and referred to Judiciary Committee Report of Street Commissioner read and referred to Street Committee and reported by said committee as approved. Report adopted Report of City Attorney read and referred to Judiciary Committee Committee Reports From Street Committee recommending that the petition of H H Pease et al for sidewalk on Spring Street be not granted adopted. From the Committee on Sewers and Drainage on the report and recommendations of the City Health Officer, recommmending that the Council take immediate action in the matter and require all persons to connect water closets and drains with main sewers on both Union and Pike Streets. Report adopted. From same Committee recommending that the petition of James Pollock heretofore referred by not granted. Report Adopted. From Committee on Gas Lights asking for further time to report on petition of Voight et al. Granted. From the Judiciary Committee recommending that the petitionof Samantha Burton for damages by reason of the James Street grade. be not granted Report adopted. Applications for License Referred M McDonald, Cowen and Foster, H S Meyer, Thomas Brannan and Thos H Smith

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683 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sep 4 1885 Licenses Ordered issued Ordered that Licenses be issued as follows to wit: Schwabacher Bros & Co Wholesale Liquor for 6 months from Aug 9 85 Gumbert & Dickman Retail Intoxicating Liquor for 3 months from Sept 1st 85 Geo F McConnell Retail Intoxicating Liquor for 12 months from Aug 22nd 85 A F Hill Retail Intoxicating Liquor for 3 months from Sep 3rd 85 Vitus Schmidt Retail Intoxicating Liquor for 6 months from Sept 14th 85 Geo M Perkins Retail Intoxicating Liquor for 3 months from Aug 15th 85 Andrew Slorah Retail Malt Liquor for 3 months from Aug 14th 85 John Levy Retail Intoxicating Liquor for 3 months from Sept 6th 85 Jacob Boegli Retail Malt Liquor for 3 months from Aug 22nd 85 Ernst Romey Retail Intoxicating Liquor for 3 months from Aug 22nd 85 Julius W Smith Retail Intoxicating Liquor for 3 months from Aug 8 85 Morgan & Lawrence Retail Intoxicating Liquor for 3 months from Aug 23 85 The vote on granting said licenses is as follows: In favor of granting same Calligan, Furth, Hall, Keenen, Lake, McDonald & Young against none. Claims Allowed The following claims having been duly audited by the terminal are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the funds in the following amounts, viz: Name Fund No Amt Services W R Forrest City 1255 84.34 Salary Clerk partMo W R Forrest City 1256 100.00 Salary Atty C H Hanford City 1257 100.00 Salary Chief of Police Jas Bogart City 1259 60.00 Janitor & Jailor Police W H Hughes City 1258 100.00 Salary Assessor J D Lowman City 1260 82.25 Salary Treasurer partMo W M Jones City 1261 42.20 Salary Policeman partMo Jas Welch City 1262 65.00 Salary Policeman partMo Wm Pinckney City 1263 65.00 Salary Policeman Wm Murphy City 1264 65.00 Salary Policeman A E Hunnen City 1265 4.40 Salary Special Policeman Jas Donovan City 1266 4.40 Salary Special Policeman L A Hobson City 1267 2.20 Salary Special Policeman L Cummings City 1268 63.00 St Coroner Part Mo $837.39

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684 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sep 4 1885 Name Fund No Amt Services Thos Rock Road 1072 40.50 Labor on Streets Daniel Moore Road 1073 38.25 Labor on Streets Stephen Berry Road 1074 38.25 Labor on Streets Phillip CorchranRoad 1075 38.25 Labor on Streets R L Woolery Road 1076 31.50 Labor on Streets James Campbell Road 1077 40.50 Labor on Streets [subtotal] $229.25 James Bogart Road 1078 25.20 Boarding Prisoners G Kellogg & Co Road 1079 1.60 Horse Medicine Etc [total] $250.05 W A Perry Fire 640 75.00 Salary Engr No1 Jas Dunham Fire 641 80.00 Salary Engr No2 etc M R Wiggin Fire 642 3.00 Washing Hose A LaBrasch Fire 643 3.00 Washing Hose G Kellogg & Co Fire 644 7.75 Supplies No 2 G Kellogg & Co Fire 645 6.00 Supplies No 1 A M Kallock Fire 646 3.00 Washing Hose A LaBrasch Fire 647 3.00 Washing Hose [total] 183.35 J Schram & Co Gas Light 127 38.90 Bids Opened And now the Comittee proceeds to open the bids for the following purposes: For City Printing for ensuing year bids of Chronicle, Post Intelligencer and Call. Referred to Finance Committee For Supplying Stationary bids of W H Pumphrey & Co G Davis and Lowman & Hanford Pub Co referred to Finance Committee For Supplying Lumber for City purposes bids of Stetson & Post Mill Co, E F Blaine, Western Mill Co, Seattle Lumber & Com'l Co referred to Finance Committee. Bids of Washington Iron Works Allmond & Phillips for Furnishing Iron Lamp Posts referred to Gas Light Committee Bids of J Schram & Co, Jus Spencer & Seattle Gas Light Co for furnishing Lamp Posts Lamps gas fittings and labor referred to Committee on Gas Lights Bid of Seattle Gas Light Co for furnishing Gas referred to Gas Light Committee

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685 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Sep 4 1885 Bids for lighting and cleaning Gas LAmps referred to Committee on Gas Lights Custodian Powder House It appearing that a vacancy exists in the office of Custodian fo the Powder House by reason of Robert Russell failing to qualify as required by law; the Council now proceeds to file such vacancy by Electing Ed L Lindsley Custodian of the Powder house be unanimous vote, no other nominations being made. Ordered That the Finance committee be and it is hereby authorized and instructed to employ an assistant to aid the Clerk in examining and balancing the books and accounts of the Clerk and City Treasurer. Ordinance The City Attorney now submits an Ordinance entitled "An ordinance authorizing the mayor and Clerk of the City of Seattle to execute and deliver a certain deed" which after due consideration by the Council is adopted by the following vote; In favor of said ordinances J Furth R Calligan, Geo W Hall, John Keenen, T W Lake, Chas McDonald and G W Young, against none. An Ordinance is submitted entitled"A special ordinance appropriating money to pay Audited Bills" which after being duly considered is adopted by the following vote viz: in favor of said ordinance R Calligan, J Furth, Geo W Hall, John Keenen, T W Lake, Chas McDonald and G W Young, against none. Ordered that the Council stand now adjourned attest: W A Forrest Clerk H L Yesler mayor

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