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749
COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE
Feb 18 1886
Jones, D H Beackmar, A M Gilman, Geo L Hill, J W
McGee
, Jas W Smart, Bolton Rogers, W M Brackett, M
M Holmes
, G W Hapgood, E H Hubbard, J R Davis, A
McRae
, C A Craig, Harry Struves, J W Currier.
On motion the purchasing clerk is directed to pur-
chase the necessary stars for the police force and
also extra keys for the City Jail.
Ordered that the Council do now adjourn
Attest W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler mayor
Feb 19 1886
Be it remembered that on this the 19th day of February
1886 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, J J Post and G W Young
The folowing proceedings were had to wit:
Petitions etc.
Petition of S F Haskinson et al to open Howard and Elaine Streets
as defined in Ordinances 658 & 659. Referred to Street Com
Communication from the First National Bank presenting
claim for certain Seneca Street improvement warrants
read & referred to Finance Committee
A communication is read by the Mayor to the Council
removing Police Officers Wm Murphy, W H Pinckney, James
Burke
, and James Welch and asking the advice and consent
of the Council thereto.
Councilman Furth moves to dismiss WM Murphy from the
police force, motion lost by the following vote ayes Calligan,
Furth, Harrington and Post. nos Hall, Keenen, Lake, McDonald, and Young

SEACPM18860219_Page_1

749
COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE
Feb 18 1886
Jones, D H Beackmar, A M Gilman, Geo L Hill, J W
McGee
, Jas W Smart, Bolton Rogers, W M Brackett, M
M Holmes
, G W Hapgood, E H Hubbard, J R Davis, A
McRae
, C A Craig, Harry Struves, J W Currier.
On motion the purchasing clerk is directed to pur-
chase the necessary stars for the police force and
also extra keys for the City Jail.
Ordered that the Council do now adjourn
Attest W R Forrest clerk H L Yesler mayor
Feb 19 1886
Be it remembered that on this the 19th day of February
1886 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, J J Post and G W Young
The folowing proceedings were had to wit:
Petitions etc.
Petition fo S F Haskinson et al to open Howard and Elaine Streets
as defined in Ordinances 658 & 659. Referred to Street Com
Communication from the First National Bank presenting
claim for certain Seneca Street improvement warrants
read & referred to Finance Committee
A communication is read by the Mayor to the Council
removing Police Officers Wm Murphy, W H Pinckney, James
Burke
, and James Welch and asking the advice and consent
of the Council thereto.
Councilman Furth moves to dismiss WM Murphy from the
police force, motion lost by the following vote ayes Calligan,
Furth, Harrington and Post. nos Hall, Keenen, Lake, McDonald, and Young