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JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE
Nov 18 1887
On motion ordered that the proposition
made by the Stetson & Post Mill Company
for furnishing lumber to the City be accepted.
Ordered that the matter of the laborers on
Madison Street grade be referred to the City
Attorney with power to act.
Ordered that the council do now adjourn
Approved Thomas T Minor, mayor
Attest W R Forrest CLerk.
Dec 2 1887
Be it remembered that on this 2nd day of Decem-
ber 1887 the Common Council of the Cityof
Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant
to law. The following officers are present, to wit:
Mayor Thos T Minor and Councilmen J Furth, Jos
Green
, T W Lake, Robt Moran, U R Niesz & C F
Reitze
& W R Forrest, clerk.
Petitions etc rec'd
Petition of Z T Holden & Others for opening Willow
Street
between Depot & Thomas Streets and putting
in a draining ditch, read & referred to Street Com.
Petition of John Lavender for permission to put
up a two story wooden building on the South Side
of Washington Street between second & third streets, read
and granted.
Petition of F E Sander & Others for the opening &
planking of Alley in Block 10 Maynard's Plat
read & referred to the Street Committee.
Petition of F E Sander & Others from permission
to erect a wooden building on Lot 1 Block 10

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340
JOURNAL OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE
Nov 18 1887
On motion ordered that the proposition
made by the Stetson & Post Mill Company
for furnishing lumber to the City be accepted.
Ordered that the matter of the laborers on
Madison Street grade be referred to the City
Attorney with power to act.
Ordered that the council do now adjourn
Approved Thomas T Minor, mayor
Attest W R Forrest CLerk.
Dec 2 1887
Be it remembered that on this 2nd day of Decem-
ber 1887 the Common Council of the Cityof
Seattle meets in its Council Chamber pursuant
to law. The following officers are present, to wit:
Mayor Thos T Minor and Councilmen J Furth, Jos
Green
, T W Lake, Robt Moran, U R Niesz & C F
Reitze
& W R Forrest, clerk.
Petitions etc rec'd
Petition of Z T Holden & Others for opening Willow
Street
between Depot & Thomas Streets and putting
in a draining ditch, read & referred to Street Com.
Petition of John Lavender for permission to put
up a two story wooden building on the South Side
of Washington Street between second & third streets, read
and granted.
Petition of F E Sander & Others for the opening &
planking of Alley in Block 10 Maynard's Plat
read & referred to the Street Committee.
Petition of F E Sander & Others from permission
to erect a wooden building on Lot 1 Block 10