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COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE
Jan 7 1887
is passed by the following vote, viz: In favor of
the same Furth, Green, Hinckley, Lake, Russell &
Reitze against none.
Ordered that the council do now adhourn
W H Shoudy mayor
Attest W R Forrest, clerk
Jan 21 1887
Be it remembered that on this 21st day of Jany
1887 The Common Council of the City of Seattel meets
in its Council chamber pursuant to law. The follow-
ing officers are present to wit: Mayor W A Shoudy
and Councilmen J Furth, J M Frink, Jos Green, T D Hinckley,
R Russell & C F Reitze. The following proceedings are had to wit:
The minutes of the last meeting are read and approved.
Petitions Rec'd
From Charles Hopkins et al for sidewalk on West
side of Front Street from Cracker Factory to
north side of Union Street. Granted & Sidewalk
ordered constructed.
From Gordon Hardware Co for permission to carry
stock of 100 pounds of powder in their store on Front
Street
and same quantity in their warehouse on
Gilman's Wharf. Granted
From Hardy & Hall for permission to store one hundred
pounds of powder in their store on [Front Street]]
Granted on condition that petitioners keep a sign
conspicuously displayed to the effect that they are
licensed to carry powder.
From Buriah Brown et all calling the attention of

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139
COMMON COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SEATTLE
Jan 7 1887
is passed by the following vote, viz: In favor of
the same Furth, Green, Hinckley, Lake, Russell &
Reitze against none.
Ordered that the council do now adhourn
W H Shoudy mayor
Attest W R Forrest, clerk
Jan 21 1887
Be it remembered that on this 21st day of Jany
1887 The Common Council of the City of Seattel meets
in its Council chamber pursuant to law. The follow-
ing officers are present to wit: Mayor W A Shoudy
and Councilmen JFurth, J M Frink, Jos Green, T D Hinckley,
R Russell & C F Reitze. The following proceedings are had to wit:
The minutes of the last meeting are read and approved.
Petitions Rec'd
From Charles Hopkins et al for sidewalk on West
side of Front Street from Cracker Factory to
north side of Union Street. Granted & Sidewalk
ordered constructed.
From Gordon Hardware Co for permission to carry
stock of 100 pounds of powder in their store on Front
Street
and same quantity in their warehouse on
Gilman's Wharf. Granted
From Hardy & Hall for permission to store one hundred
pounds of powder in their store on [Front Street]]
Granted on condition that petitioners keep a sign
conspicuously displayed to the effect that they are
licensed to carry powder.
From Buriah Brown et all calling the attention of