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690 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Sep 18 1885 Miscellaneous Ordered that the Committee on Sewers and Drainage be and they are hereby directed to obtain plans and specification for a Sewer on Union Street and report to the council Ordered that the Committee on Pubic Grounds and buildings be instructed to examine and report in the condition of the stable where the City horses are kept On motion of Councilman Hall ordered that the matter of the extension of Rollin Street be made the special order for the next regular meeting of the Council Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted entitles "A special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills" which after being duly considered by the Council is approved by the following vote viz: In favor of said ordinance R H Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, W A Harrington, Jno Keenen, T W Lake, Chas McDonald and G W Young. against none Ordered that the council do now adjourn Attest W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler mayor Oct 2 185 Be it remembered that on this the 2nd day of October 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 Yesler and councilmen R H Calligan, J Furth, Geo W Hall, W A Harrington, John Keenen, T W Lake, Chas McDonald and G W Young. The following proceedings were had, to wit: Petition and Communications Petitionf of [Sarah J Plummer]] et al for a crossing on Washington Street North line of South 2nd St. Referred to Steet Com

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691 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 2 1885 Petition of Thomas S Sloan et al to open and extend North Seventh Street from Blanchard to Battery Streets Referred to Com on Streets Petition of [Ernest J La?] for removal of obstruction from Jefferson Street Referred to Street Committee Petition of W J Bryant for use of Spring Street between the alley and the railroad for purpose of handling coal. Referred to Street Committee Petition of W H Hughes et al for police officer to be stationed at Belltown. Referred to Street Committee Communication from Harbor Master asking for further time to report: granted Communication from Chief of Police requesting that C T Lowden be appointed a special Police officer to serve without compensation from the City. Granted Report From the Justice of the Peace Geo G Lyon. Referred to Judiciary Com. From City Justice G A Hill. Referred to Judiciary Com. From Jailor & Janitor. Referred to Judiciary Com. From the Chief of Police. Referred to Judiciary Com. From Custodian Powder House. Received and ordered filed From City Surveyor recommending that "Public Benefit Supplemental Plat" be not approved. Adopted From Park Commissioner recommending certain improvements Referred to Com on Public Buildings & Grounds From Street Committee recommending that Cherry Street be planked form the East side of Front Street to the West side of Third Street; and James Street from the East side of Front Street to the West Side of Second Street; and Jackson Street from the East of the Bridge to East Side of sixth St all to be planked twenty four (24) feet wide. That Washington and Main Streets from the West side of Commercial Street to the planking East of the alley 16 feet in width; the North side of Main Street from the West side of Commercial Street to the planking

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692 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 2 1885 East at the alley sixteen (16) feet wide.Report adopted and Street committee directed to proceed with the work at once. From Surveyor of Union Streetsewer with plans and specification. Referred to Com on Sewers & Drainage Petition of Columbia and Puget Sound R R Co for permission to discharge ballast at Ocean Dock free of Ballast Charges. Referred to Committee on Harbor and Wharves. Applications for Licenses Referred Chas F O'Hara, Andreas Lunn, J McCory, Geo Meister Thomas & Morgan, James W Smith & Chas Steinwey Licenses Ordered Issued Otto Fuhrman Retail Intox for 3 Months from Sept 13 Oliver Bernard Retail Intox for 3 Months from Sept 27 E G Powers & Co Retail Intox for 3 Months from Sept 18 M & K Gottstein Wholesale Intox for 3 Months from Sept 17 A E Wayne Retail Intox for 3 Months from Oct 1st Jno Collins Retail Intox for 3 Months from Sept 25 M S Booth Retail Intox for 3 Months from Oct 1st E D Norton Retail Intox for 3 Months from Aug 12 Joseph Francisco Retail Intox for 3 Months from Oct 7 Emil Davidson Retail Intox for 3 Months from Sept 13 Benj Murphy & Co Retail Intox for 3 Months from Sept 12 Frank Wilton Retail Malt for 3 Months from Sept 13 L V Schnyder Retail Intox for 3 Months from Oct 4 Oliver A Kraus Retail Intox for 3 Months from Oct 8 The vote on granting siad licenses is as follows; viz: In favor of the same R H Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, W A Harrington, Jno Keenen, T W Lake, Chas McDonald and G W Young against none. Applications for licenses refused The applicatin of Jacob Haist for a license to sell Malt Liquor by retail is rejected by the following vote. In favor of rejecting same. Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen, Lake, McDonald and Young against none.

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693 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Oct 2 1885 The application of Pat Flynn for a license is referred back to applicant for correction Bills Allowed The following claims having been audited by the council are ordered paid by warrants on the funds as follows, viz: Name Fund No Amt Service W R Forrest City 1277 125.00 Clerks Salary WH Hughes City 1278 100.00 Assessors Salary C H Hanford City 1279 100.00 City Attys Salary Jas Bogart City 1280 60.00 Jailors Salary Wm Murphy City 1281 65.00 Police Salary Wm Pinckney City 1282 65.00 Police Salary Wm Jones City 1283 65.00 Police Salary A Chilberg City 1284 125.00 Treasurers Salary N S Snyder City 1285 32.50 Quit Claim Deed James Welch City 1286 65.00 Police Nicholas Brown City 1287 7.00 Removing Carrion J H Woolery City 1288 100.00 Salary Chief Police L Cummings City 1289 91.00 Salary St Comnr Seattle Chronicle City 1290 1.50 Publishing Notices F Anthony City 1291 15.00 Leger F S Chadbourne & Co City 1292 27.00 Furniture Clerks Ofs D Moore 58.50 Labor on Streets Thos Rock City 1088 58.50 Labor on Streets Michael Murphy City 1089 12.95 Labor on Streets Luther Albee City 1090 4.50 Labor on Streets Patrick Delany City 1091 4.50 Labor on Streets Jus Christopher City 1092 24.75 Labor on Streets Phillip Corchran City 1093 58.50 Labor on Streets Jno Keenen City 1095 22.50 Labor on Streets Stephen Berry City 1096 58.50 Labor on Streets R S Woolery City 1094 57.37 Labor on Streets Jas Campbell City 1097 58.50 Labor on Streets [total] 419.07 Jas Bogart City 1098 58.50 Board of Prisoners

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694 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Oct 2 1885 C P Stone & Co Fire 653 2.65 W A Perry Fire 654 75.00 James Dunham Fire 655 80.00 Jno W Hunter Fire 656 3.00 Ed L Lindsley Fire 657 3.00 Lowman & Hunter Fire 658 5.75 Moran Bros Fire 659 4.70 G Kellogg Fire 660 75.00 G H Preston Fire 661 1.25 Seattle Gas Light Co Fire 131 341.90 J Schram & Co Fire 132 7.00 W F Glick Fire 133 11.89 J H May Fire 134 37.00 Waddell & Miles Fire 135 .75 The Council now proceeds to the Consideration of the Special order for this meeting, to wit: The opening of Rollin Street and on motion consideration of the same is continued until the next regular meeting. On Motion of Councilman McDonald the committee on Public Buildings and Grounds is directed to examine into the matter of erecting a Pest House and report the the council. On motion of Councilman Hall the City Surveyor is authorized to procure stone Monuments suitably cut and inscribed and place at Government Corners within the City limits at a cost not to exceed $6.00 each. On motion the Council now [proceeds to elect a policeman for Belltown, whereupon the following nominations are made James Burke, A L McCowan, J N E Wolfe, and J Kelley and James Burke having received the highest number of votes is declared elected. Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted entitled "An Ordinance to provide for

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