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SEACPM18851002_Page_6

695
COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE
Oct 2 1885
the appointment of special Policeman and defining their
Powers and Duties and Fixing their Compensation which,
after due consideration is adopted by the following vote:
In favor of said Ordinance Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington
Lake, McDonald, Keenen and Young. Against None.
An Ordinance is submitted entitled "A special Ordinance
appropirating money to pay audited bills" which, after
dau consideration is adopted by the following vote:In favor
of said Ordinance Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen,
Lake, McDonald and Young. Against None.
Ordered that the council adjourns
Attest W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler mayor
Oct 16 1885
Be it remembered that on this 16th day of October 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 Hon the Mayor Henry L Yesler and
Councilmen , R H Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, W A Harrington
John Keenen, T W Lake, Chas McDonald, J J Post and G W Young.
Whereupon the following proceedings were had to wit:
Petitions and Communications
Petition of J Bersch et al for opening Sixth Street between
Mill and Terrace Streets. Referred to St Com.
Petition of Powers and Meyers to dismiss suit of City against
thereupon pament of all costs. Referred to Judiciary Comtee
Petitionof C B Bagley for opening roadway in Mercers
Second Eden Addition
Referred to Street Committee.
Petition of P Wickstrom et al for permission to establish a
Steam Laundry under the Wisconsin House of Mill St,
On motion the petition is granted

SEACPM18851002_Page_6

695
COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE
Oct 2 1885
the appointment of special Policeman and defining their
Powers and Duties and Fixing their Compensation which,
after due consideration is adopted by the following vote:
In favor of said Ordinance Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington
Lake, McDonald, Keenen and Young. Against None.
An Ordinance is submitted entitled "A special Ordinance
appropirating money to pay audited bills" which, after
dau consideration is adopted by the following vote:In favor
of said Ordinance Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen,
Lake, McDonald and Young. Against None.
Ordered that the council adjourns
Attest W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler mayor
Oct 16 1885
Be it remembered that on this 16th day of October 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 Hon the Mayor Henry L Yesler and
Councilmen , R H Calligan, J Furth, G W Hall, W A Harrington
John Keenen, T W Lake, Chas McDonald, J J Post and G W Young.
Whereupon the following proceedings were had to wit:
Petitions and Communications
Petition of J Bersch et al for opening Sixth Street between
Mill and Terrace Streets. Referred to St Com.
Petition of Powers and Meyers to dismiss suit of City against
thereupon pament of all costs. Referred to Judiciary Comtee
Petitionof C B Bagley for opening roadway in Mercers
Second Eden Addition
Referred to Street Committee.
Petition of P Wickstrom et al for permission to establish a
Steam Laundry under the Wisconsin House of Mill St,
On motionthe petition is granted