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709 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 6 1885 over until the next regular meeting and the Clerk directed to refund the deposit of $250.00 to each of said bidders. Ordinances An Ordinance is submitted entitled "An Ordinance granting the right to erect poles and stretch wires thereon for Electric purposes", which is read and referred to the Judiciary Committee. An Ordinance is submitted by the clerk entitled "A special ordinance appropriating money to pay audited bills", which after being duly considered is passed dby the following vote, viz: In favor of said ordinance Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen, Lake, McDonald, Post and Young Against none. Ordered that the Council do now adjourn attest: W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler, mayor Nov 20 1885 Be it remembered taht that Common Council of the City of Seattle meets in its Council Chamber on this the 20th day of November 1885 pursuant to law; the following officers being present, to wit: His Honor the MAyor H L Yesler and councilmen J Furth, R H Calligan, Geo W Hall, W A Harrington, J Keenen, Chas McDonald and J J Post and T W Lake where the following proceedings were had to wit: Petitions Communications Petition of J G Armstrong for permission to establish a laundry at No 114 South Second Street. Referred to Committee on Fire and Water. Petition of John Collins et al for planking Mill Street from Front to Second Street Referred ot Street committee Petition of John Roshalt and A Sanderson for permission

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710 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE Nov 20 1885 To openand maintain a laundry on the north side of Main Street between Second and Third St]]s. Referred to Committee on Fire and Water Petition of Sarah J Plummer et al for planking Second St from Main St South to the C & P S R R has depot and Jackson Street from Commercial St East to or near Third Street. Referred to Committee on Streets Petition on Western Mill Co et al for the apointment of an appraisor on the part of the City ot appraise damages to property condemned by Ordinance No 660 along the line of Rollin Street etension. Read and motion laid on the table. Plat of Fairview Homestead Association presented for approval by F E Sander Referred to City Surveyor. Reports Received From Judiciary Committee recommending the adoption of the Ordinance heretofore submitted entitled "An Ordinance granting the right to erect poles and stretch wires thereon for Electric purposes" provided that the parties presenting the same pay for publication of Ordinance. Adopted From same Committee approving reports of City Justice Hill Justice of the Peace Geo G Lyon and the City Jailor for month of October. Adopted and said reports ordered rec'd and filed. From the Finance Committee recommending that the sum of $13.50 be referred to P Fitzgerald on account ot erroneus valuation and taxation of Block 3 in Mercers Addition for the year 1884. Report adopted and the Clerk authorized to draw a warrant on the City fund in favor of said P Fitzgerald for said sum of $13.50 From Street committee recommending that the petition of Melody Choir et al for opening Will & Filbert Streets be granted. adopted

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711 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 20 1885 From Same Committee recommending that thepetition of J T Ronald et al be granted so far as the opening of Prince Williams Street without constructing sidewalks. Adopted From Com on fire and Water recommending that the petition of J G Armstrong for permission to open a Laundry at 14 South Second St and petition of John Roshalt and A Sanderson to open a Laundry on North Side of Main St be granted provided the applicants fit up their places subject to the approvalof the Chief of the Fire Dept. Adopted From Com on Sewers and Drainage approving Quarterly Report of the Health Officer and recommending the adoption of its suggestion made therein. Report adopted and the City requested to draw up and submit a "Cubic Air Ordinance" Communication of Granville O Haller suggesting that City Council reorganize the services of the 14th regiment of Regulars recently stationed in Seattle by a donation of $50.00 to eachCompany. On motiona special committee consisting of J J Post, W A Harrington, J Furth and the City Atty is appointed by His Honor the Mayor with request that they report upon said communicatin at the next regular meeting. Applications for Licenses Referred Fred Horner, H Aurenheimer, Thos Ratcliffe, Gumbert & Dickman, E H Huntley, Ernst Romey, Eugene O'Connor, Conrad Rechtenwald, E D Norton, John T lester, M McDonald, Benj Murphy, Otto Fuhrman jacob Boegli, Julius W Smith, Cowles & Foster, Morgan & Lawrence, Harmes & Peters, J Alicoate, John Levy and F S Curtis Licenses ORdered issued The following licenses are ordered issued to wit: Mauer & Steinlo Retail Intox 3 months from Oct 31 Thos Anderson Retail Malt 6 months from Nov 8 W E Townsend Retail Intox 3 months from Nov 13 M J McDonogh Retail Intox 3 months from Nov 13

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712 JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE A F Hill Retail Intox 3 months from Dec 3d W Waugh Retail Malt 3 months from Nov 16 Oliver Parent Retail Intox 3 months from Nov 13 W W Burritt Retail Malt 3 months from Oct 28 John Shepich Retail Malt 3 months from Nov 8 Gruenger & Bittner Retail Malt 3 months from Oct 28 Chas Ross Retail Intox 3 months from Dec 1 A Slorah Retail Malt 3 months from Nov 14 E Champeaux Retail Intox 3 months from Dec 4 O N Morse Retail Malt 3 months from Nov 5 The vote upon issuing said licenses being as follows, to wit: In favor of same Calligan, Furth, Hall, Harrington, Keenen, Lake, Mcdonald and Post Claims Allowed The following claims having been duly audited by the Council are ordered paid by warrants drawn on the several funds as follows to wit: Name Fund Warrant Amt Service G Kellogg City 1345 4.40 Glass etc A Chilberg City 1346 3.00 Costs in Collecting Kimball tax W H Pumphrey City 1347 73.98 Stationary etc Lowman & HarfordCity 1348 18.20 Printing Tax rects etc R H Thompson City 1349 76.00 Locating for stone monuments F Anthonoy City 1350 2.00 Lettering Tax list R H Thomson City 1351 44.00 Engineering work etcUnion St sewer Neuman & Argens City 1352 2.40 Blank Cartridges Grant Funeral Neuman & Argens City 1353 1.25 Repairing Ball & Chain E Clark City 1354 1.50 Removing Carrion Harrington & SmithCity 1355 3.50 Supplies for Jail Young & McKeon City 1356 7.80 Repairs for Jail etc Geo G Lyon City 1357 75.40 Justice Fees Harrington & SmithCity 1358 39.73 Laying pipe in University Grounds P Fitzgerald City 1359 13.50 Tax refunded(over assessment) Jurors & Witness fees City 1360 72.60 Jurors & Witness fees in to 1392 inclusive Justice Lyon's Court [total] 439.26

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713 COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE Nov 20 1885 G Kellogg & Co Road 1133 .60 Linseed meal for Horse J McKirman Road 1134 4.00 Road poll tax refunded non-resident J F Cochrane Fire 698 5.00 Painting sign & Bucket W B Grose Fire 699 3.00 Washing Hose A M Kallock Fire 700 3.00 Washing Hose Labrasche & Kallock Fire 701 6.00 Washing Hose G A Barnard Fire 702 2.00 Watching Engine No 2 Oct 24 O C Shorey Fire 703 3.00 Painting sign & Bucket Geo W Craig Fire 704 2.00 Painting sign & Bucket Chas Mcdonald Fire 705 8.75 Repairs on Engine No2 Haller & Paulson Fur Co. Fire 706 9.00 Furniture for Engine No 2 Schwabacher Bros & Co Fire 707 9.16 supplies for Engine No 2 G Kellogg Fire 708 10.00 Painting sign & Bucket [total] 60.91 On recommendation of the City Attorney Ordered that the City Atty be authorized to settle the case of G W Young-vs-the City of Seattle at cost of City Rollin Street Extension} On motion the matter of the Extension of Rollin Street is taken up, and by an unanimous vote of the Council the city Atty; is instructed to draw up an Ordinance repealing ordinance No 660 for the Extension of Rollin St etc. Ordered that the sum of $4.00 be refunded to T Ackerman, a non-resident of Seattle for City Road Poll Tax erroneously assessed against an paid by said Ackerman for the year 1885 and the Clerk directed to draw a warrant in favor of said Ackerman on the Road fund. Report of Fire Delegates upon the charges made against Engineer James Dunham Stating that said charges had been fully investigated by said board and said Dunham found 'not guilty', was rec'd and read, and consideration of the same continued until the next regular meeting. Ordered that the purchasing agent purchase six sets of

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