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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v fe2 1 wHwf I J- The Weekly Roundabout BUCKLEY - LEWIS Publishers DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS PRICE 3 CENTS PER COPY Volume ii FRANKFORT KY Hernilon Icitc candidate for the oflice of City Attorney passed through the canvass and election without having bought a vote or given a drink of liquor C JANUARY n 1879 Number 16 Â¬ NEW DRUa STORE R W TILFORD It is aul thnt Mr Will DRUGGIST Williams Council Proceedings Frankfort Ky Jan Oth Mod South Frankfort 1870 Would respectfully infoun thecitizons of Frank- Â¬ Present E Burns E P Bryan A Du fort ami vicinity thnt ho has opened n Drug vall R G Church Sip Luscher L Tobin Store- at tho above place whoro ho will keep con S I M Major II I Todd Htantly on hand a full lino of pure The Councilmen elect having taken the oath of oflice required by the Constitution -- 31ft l K of Kentucky and the ordinances of the city of Frankfort entered upon the discharge of Will F M TOBACCO CIGARS their duties as the Board of Council of the C city of Frankfort Which ho will sell at prices to suit the times and Children do not die of the croup to whom The first business in order being the elec solicits a slinro of their patronage Da Wm IIams Balsam for tiii Luxos is of Mayor of the city of Frankfort tion administered Parents will do well to re Â¬ Councilman R C Church nominated Col PHESCHIPTIDKS COMPOUNDED ACCURATELY member this fact and keep a medicine S I M Major The vole being taken re which saved so many lives in the house sulted in the election of Col SI MMajor for Night bell promptly answered ready for an eineigency The Balsam overthe ensuing two years or until his successor Oct 12 ly comes a tendency to consumption strength Â¬ shall de duly elected and qualified ens weak and heals sore lungs remedies The next business in order being the elecpainful and a thmatic breathing hani hc tion of a Clerk for the ensuing two years or hoarseness and cures all bronchial and tra Â¬ untu his successor shall be duly elected and 7 to 1 cheal intloination If you have a cough qualified Councilman Tobin nominated early and oiien Mr Henry Brown was put in nomination use it For sale bv Russell Sneed and the vote being taken for the position and elected Hughes Chiles DruggiMs resulted in the unanimous election of said Ziich T Thoniasson Weigher and Mea Snced On motion of Councilman Brvan the surer Peter Byrne Janitor of Major Hall Councilman Tcdd moved to abolish the reading of the minutes of last meeting was Same office of Health Officer Adopted dispensed with PKOPRIKTOR Councilman lobin moved that the bond moved to postpone election of lamp lighter SAW--ii- J ofiered by T J Todd Marshal elect be ap Adopted oftCcunuiluKftt Church moved to abolish ANU OKALKR IN ALL K1M proyett by Council which wits Tfdopfett WlriVcupon Mr Todd appeared before the fice of Ciil Engineer Adopted tr-vDrpssed flooring City officers reports for December 1S78 Building Lumber Boavd and took the oath prescribed by law LATHS SHINOLES On motion Council adiourned to meet and sundry petitions were received and apC propriately referred loot if Cnw Strttt Xrttr Ilrrmititye Dhtilleri again uesday night Com oilman Todd moved thatthe commitSOUTH FRANKrOBT KY tee on finance request the late City Mar dial Tuesday January 7th 1879 to make final report to said committee a Present His Honor the Mayor and all soon as possible Adopted CiHHMoHirmllft the Council Jluildimj St Clttir St On motion of same accounts against the Minutes of last meeting amended and ap- Â¬ city were referred to appropriate committee MANUKACTURKR OV AND DKA1KK IN proved On motion of same Ordinance Committee Ordered That that portion of he minutes was directed to procur as many copies of TIN AND SHElT IRON WARE of last meeting in reference to Councilman City Ordinances as could be found COPPER Will sell at the very lowest figures Todd and Hugh Rodman City Attorney Ordered that Council now go into execu rtOOJPXlSG eleeH be stricken out tive session Mr Grant Green appeared before the AND kxkcutivi session Board and an y z I A SPECIALTY sistance for asked for of appropriation or as Â¬ On motion of Councilman Tobin the comthe poor the city ami also for mittee on finance was ordeied to renuit at Marbleued Iron Mantles in groat variety the use of the Council Chamber on Wednes next meeting on the seven bonds now in posseday evening of the Council On motion of Councilman Todd it was s-ion JOHN W IIOHANNAN Murray Miller A Co presented a bond ami ordered that a special committee be appoint- Â¬ ed take the matter into consideration in power of attorney in relation to lottery grant AX regard to the poor and that said committee which wee approved by Council and clerk Notary Publio and Examiner be authorized to expend not exceeding two ordered to take proper Mcps to have them by the County properly bundled to relieve the orruh oviui exiiqjmaxs orrwK wants of dollars actually in need immediate appiovedand deposited in aCourt place re safe coided those and that The doors were then thrown open and SHRANK KOI T the Cleric be directed to issue his warrant on motion the Council adjourned upon the Treasurer for said amount which SOUTHERN MUTUAL was adopted and His Honor the Mayor ap meat given at Company pointed the following committee Council theThe New Years entei tainT Stout near resilience of Mr John men Todd Tobin Bryan and Burns 1AH And then upon motion the Board ad Alton Wednesday night of last week was- - n Policies ispued on tho Life or Undowmont plan journed to meet again Wednesduv night perfect suoce s Miss Minnie Koherts the beautiful and accomplished hoste s attired the 8th hist at 7 oclock SAFE AND RELIABLE in elemint black cashmere and velvet re ceived and enteitained the gucMs in a kind Low Rates Patronize Homo Companies Culii Mkptinu and gentfe Mle as iimuiI The bewitching IIUSSELL SNEEI Agt January Sth 1S79 Tracy and young ladies Misses Robeit Present Mayor and all the Couneilmon Wilson entertained thegueMsa portion of Nov 2 5m Frankfort Ky Minutes of last meeting read and ap the time with most delightful music on the proved UMAANIvJjIN piano which all enjoyed A splendid lcpaM of dainties Councilman Todd from special committee which all in relation to the poor reported that the young people love mo well was served audi -- urn appropriated for the poor of Frankfort all did ample ju iieo to it had been placed in the hands of Messrs The names of the young ladies who graced JOUNDHY Grant Green and W J China for distribu Â¬ the room and description of dreses follow JOS Vine Strevt Cincinnati Ohio tion JOHNSON ALLISON SMITH Miss iiettte Jjooiiu 01 hexinytoii elegant or lurormmiiii lu it vard tu ruu aiid ilmv mliri The Hoard of School Trustees Messrs brown silk and satin Miss Manic Gaines Tlio Type on w lilcli this paper is nrliitetl Is nam - AlliVcl 0 I AlJJOIir nil l c IwmI J G Dudley Geo C Draneand S CBull black re silk tl3 bliaafv Misses Mary and Euiua the above Foundry Ki Â¬ Â¬ Drugs Medicines Â¬ approved and qualified in open Council and then gave bond which was approved Mr Hugh Hodman appeared and pre sented his qualification and announced his readiness to enter upon the discharge of his duties t t 1 r mi lie Mayor appointed tne regular stanu ing committees and the Council then pro ceeded to the election of city officers the Mayor and Clerk having been previously elected and the following persons were elected to fill the various offices Jno W Payne Treasurer Jason M Case Assessor M A Jones Superintendent of Gas and Water Works E A Phillips En gineer of Steam Fire Engine Richard Parker Fireman of Steam Fire Engine Ros Lee colored Janitor of Market House Philip Selbeit Keeper of City Clock Jno W Hupe Dav Policeman Jere Lee Cop tian of Night Police Jack Long and C W Merchant Night Policemen for Sort Frank fort Thompson Conway ami J I Larkin Night Policemen for South Frankfort Councilman Luscher moved to appoint an additional night policeman for North Frankfort whereupon Councilman Todd demanded the yeas and nays the vote being taken it was decided in the affirmative by a vote of Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Wilson one u hundome navy blue cash mere and silk the other navy bine poplin Miss Eva White black rep silk Miss Mag gie Tracy brown poplin and velvet Miss Van Gudgel brown poplin and velvet Miss EMen Parker black cashmere and silk Miss Lou Herndon steel colored poplin Miss Mittie White black cashmere and silk Miss Julio Roberts brown poplin Mies Julia Carleton green and black poplin In reference to the young gentlemen I will say that all conducted themselves in the most com includable style and added veiy much to the enjoyment of the young la diet- They the young gentlemen seemedto enjoy themselves as much as the oung ladies especially the one who was calling Uncle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I W J HUGHES ECL1PSK -- Â¬ - TrevJT BUCKLEY Goak ra Â¬ Â¬ Black Gliinn ALL KINDS OF COAL SPOUTING Â¬ JOBWORK FOIR CASH r- Â¬ -- Â¬ ATTORNEY LAW IY Life Insurance our losivrucrcY Â¬ Â¬ I QQf HP 1 Sew i is I Â¬ TYPE I WfclM a 1 CkJK r HUte TrWHrTiMi - rW -- - MJUBKaiMXXjmWm3m juk f i tJ w ffflPB 1 2 - - WtSAbJiaci4iIi -- Ji T7 v - TffP t it f Iff fMHPMBHMMB yEEKLY ROUNDABOUT oiivUDi nuoKMJY ano a uvts The poor of the city mo receiving some Mr 11 Campbell Steele went to Louisintention from the charitably disposed peo- ville Tuesday to take charge of the Willard Hotel His family will leave for that city Druggist ple of Frankfort Â¬ Â¬ W H AVERILL Main St 0pp Post Office uclle3T 3z jj3 Wst soon PUBIilSIIEIlS AND PUOIKIEtOltS TERHS The Wiikiv HoiindaiioUi is publishod every Saturday at ono dollui pur annum invariably in advance Six months 50 cents three mouths 25 cents Money tuny bo sent by put olnoo money order or registered lottcr ut our mk FRANKFORT JANUARY on 11 1879 Mnny poor people of this city who suf Mrs Emily Tubman and Mrs Louisa teied the pnngs of hunger more thun once Keininghnni left Wednesday for their home in Georgia accompanied by Dr J S this winter were fed yesterday Pi ice Files Ac The hoys are having a jolly time with Ordors for Sheet Music arid Instruction Rooks been the Miss Mai lie Roberts who ha From one to a dozen can he guest of Mis Thos IJ Hines for several solicited New Music received irery few duj their sleds Jan 1 ly een hitched ono almost every vehicle that weeks returned to her home in Bowling Green this week passes Mr Chas Haydon Louisville was shak Â¬ Too much snow on the ice for ykating so ing hands with his old friends in this city a OFFICE He looks healthy and the bovt buckle on their skates and take the few days this week i Keeps always on Imiul un assortment of JLi 13 Strings lur Violin Uuitiir Ilanjo Violoncello Trimming for Violin Violoncello Guitar Ac Violin JJ ws Dow Iluir Violin Rosin Flutes MUlCA OOO S I BEE MAESHALL POST ice is ovor a foot thick New sleighs make the streets everv dav C4o the river appoarnnce on middle of the streets wheie the snow has been beaten down hard thir to the Murphy meeting at the courthouse next Monday nisrht Â¬ meeting at the Monday evening at 7 eouit house next oclock to which everybody is cordially invited Let there be a full attendance Theieisto be a Murphy Â¬ Mercury readied lli3 below zero yesterday Communications intended for this paper Too cold for fun mornini must be accompanied by the real name of the writer or vouched for by some one There are perhaps more sleighs in this known to us otherwise they will receive no city now than at any former peiiod of its attention historv F V Gray Co leceived a large stock Mr Lnscher lavuivs the gas well project groceries vesterdav since which time of fiesh and has a plan for furnishing the city with eveiy man in the house has been as buss an abundance of good spring water at a cost They were in a run nearly all as a bee not pxccedinj S100UO day yesterday supplying the wants of tin Since the cold weather set in Mr Rnntn poor the fruit dealer has had stolen from his store It is reported that Hen G C Smith will one bucket of mince meat twodrosed ducks lease Capital Hotel at the expiration ol about fifteen pounds of fre h iish and a Cpt Steeles term Gen Smith is one of The thief evident the best known and most popular men in the large dressed turkey has a proper appreciation of the good things country and the Capital would be immenseof life ly popular under hi management Â¬ cheerful as usual Our nice young man has been ruralizing He will be on hand to see thai this week the Murphy meeting ia properly conducted next Monday night Misses Anne and Emily Thomas left for Harrodsburg last Monday to regit mc their studies They npent two weeks at home and no doubt feel better for the rest they have enjoyed Mr Hiram Diuuuid and bride nee Miss McCann of Carroll county are visiting rel- Â¬ They arrived Thurs atives in this county day evening when a reception was given in honor to them by Mis Lettie Jett Mr D is a brother to Mrs Lee A Owen this county Prof Neereamer the accomplished leader of the Frankfort String Band is in Lexington on professional business There is some talk of the Lexingtonians trying to entice him away from us and unless an effort i made to keep him here Fiankfort will soon tie without one of the best musicians ever in this section Â¬ Â¬ NEWS DEPOT diaik in AND WEEKLY PAPERS DAILY MONTHLY MAGAZINES And nil urtieloa generally kept bv news ngpnta Any or nil publications FURNISHED nt publish- Â¬ ers priors II 1 1 W FINE 13 TO WEI I also keep n good stock of CIGAHS AND TOBACCO which has to bo tried to be npprcoiiited COME AND TRY THEM 4t Harness HAND - MADE Uf Harness HARNESS Porsona wishrng to buy good any kind cither Mnglc double plain or wag Â¬ on Humes will do wnll to cull on me bcfoie purebiir ing elsewhere us I am felling my woik for les money than has ever been old in Frank- Â¬ I work nothing but the best fort Parmdale The past week has been the coldest known to the oldest inhabitant Mr Harry Thomas has retained from n business visit to LouUulle t p Beautiful Snow still covers the The earth about eight inches and the tintinnabulation of the bells is anything but happi ness to the horses General Scott Brown shipped a car load of fat mules to Georgia this week his own He is one of our most feiding and raising etiterpiising farmers and stock raisers and hip annually from one to three carloads La t year he shipped of stock to matket portion of his stock to Baltimore but did not like the returns well enough to try tin xpertment again Mr Reuben Hawkins met with a serious in Â¬ accident recently since the snow dorse slipped and fell with him dislociting his left shoulder though in great pain he remounted his horse and rode home a di tunce of six miles in the night time alone before he had medical aistancc and when he did get the doctor he said the doctor He sas hurt him more than the horse did to any more wedding he docs not want togo in Christmas unless it is his own which will be sooner than next Clnistinas from present prospects Â¬ Oak Tanned Leather And all my work I guarantee as I do my own work and uiii ratified with Small Profits Special attention pftid to repairing Harness Saddles Collnrj Trunks Ac Give me a call as I am working cheap lor ciuli B She will appear Mrs Henrietta Ohanfniu and as leading character in Jealousy will be supported by a fir t cla s company Go to Drvden at once and secure a seat There is every rea on to believe that Ma Invitations aie out for the marriage ot jor Hall will be full next Monday night to iss Lettie Todd this city and Mr Arthui rcet one of Frankforts greatest favorites Peter jr Louisville The ceremony will take place at the residence of Mr Jas M Todd at oclock P M next Wednesday May tho sunshine of hapa piness illumine their paths through life and neer a cloud to mar the brightness oi Quite a number of poor people take order their matrimonial Ielifity from the executive committee of tin Fiank fort Humane Society for provisions to keep An intelligence and employment office hat thorn from starvation and want the grocer been opened at the store of Marshall A Such Meagher where persons desiring employ give the balance in tobacco to persons are very properly informed that the meat na well as those wanting to hire help orders are given fur nece saries and not foi should leave their names Several stout iuxuiies negro women called there vesterdav and aid they wanted something They had The following i the official vote of the been told that this enterprif ing firm was city of Frankfort taken on Saturday Jan but on being informed giving good- uary 4th of the object of the i and e o they said it wn FOR COUNTIIMKX K Burns 044 too cold to work and they were not in good 043 health it tbev did look so E P Ilmm lYil A Duvall Personal fi8 P C Church U2 Slgniiind Ltl cl Hon J B Tharp Nicholit ville was in 2fi L Tobin the city several das this week M Major II I TmIi 010 Mr Sidney French spent several days this 0112 week in Louisville on professional business B F Meek ODD Minus William- t t Dan Driscolljis one of the rising young U J Milam oSl He is a natural bori Wat ou o77 men of Frankfort uo Ml orator DeiuiM L Ilaly II Tavloi ii o58 ll Mr HtiBsell Sneed our handsome City John Kicrmiu I2 Cleric goes to Louisville next Monday on oOl bus 110- A Salender FOR SCHOOL THlantfcS Landon Thomas jr after having spent 424 Itwo week nt home left for Bethany College Citfo C Drane 1 pl-pi-iit -Â¬ 1 i F t FIRESTONE It Church Jim Stnhle Main lmnkfmt K Â¬ Â¬ BESTGOODS AT LOWEST PRICES LARGEST OF STOCK BOOTS 8l SHOES BOOKS ETC AT HATS CAPS R K McOLURE BROS f J J i Dtullev S C W S Dehoney I1 v J M Todd vi - i uis FOR jHigli itoiimau 0 Herndon fitl TIT ATIORNUV oday A gentleman from this vicinity and a Pos correspondent of the Roundabout removed to Antioch has the smartest dog A note tied on the dogs neck in the county will be conveyed from his home to that of near Bridgport and an his mother-in-laanswer returned by the same messenger How it is done The dog does not know but two places home at Antioch and the one Po- will tie a note to his at Bridgeport ieckunda lit panto ins tail and give him a lien flnmiil tlireshlng and tell liim loietoul to hia next Irieml where a theiloggoea Inst Motidav 4U1 similar incentive will cniif e him to retuin 4US PoV A verv ellectual training Inlili Piliillelmi lifl fiif I nitiQvill V1 Ihuanswer is the way the thing is done jnesilay to finish a cour e of studs in the brother mivh thio i iiVi Fax pirn nl Iliiirmnrv in Hint wiv C HIT Win A Smith jr spent the liolidavs at HOI1JNT home and returned to his studies at the rt n nl no ioiiege oi rjinrinncy Louisville last iMoii- in Hello Point on tho th ins to the wife of lOeo F McQueen a dauglitjr J I I MILLI3STEKY MI13 C K WAKD hns just returned foiu the Ent with a Nioh and Well Selected Ptoek of Millinery mid Fancy Hoods which shootleis at prices in ver b iire equaled Her stock cnin prisep in part Brush Uriin Filts ltonnet iJouble need Ribbons and tho Cheaper Unidcs - ofIInt- Cbild eni lint from 2b cents ujlunrd and other go ids proportionately cheap neingii practical woman ol ten yours exnor- nc the business horohouarantces Entiro l 0 Agent for Madame Uomorests Kcliaho Catalogues of fall patterns now ready COAL COAL - ALL KINDS OK COAL ON lvHAND for anient Lowest PriceU B MACK LI K fcK IMiyWtllipilltiWWt Hi 3 tfdbwuuaUUtfM WEEKLY 110UNDAB0UT FRANKFORT JANUARY 11 187J Oloves for Ladiee Gentlemen and Bovs Attention is invited to the corn snondinc at cost for cash at 0 S Walcutts on the fourth page of thiH papr Mrs Franklins school is steadily increas ing in number four new pupils this week notwithstanding the unfavorable weather Â¬ A II COTTON I S COTTON TO TRAVELERS C and nflcr Mny I2ih 1878 trains on tho L it h 11 Rwil leave Fraaklbrt daily Sundays excepted 8 follows On I Til A INS WKST No No No No 4 12 9 11 - Leave Frmiklort Leave Frankfort TIIAINH KA8T 750 a m 251 ji in Mr Darsie Preaches to mororow morning on Weakness and Strength and n lj lit on The Gospel to the Poor All are cordialy invited Mr M OMalley has on hand tho Most Select Stock of Furnishing Goods to be found in the city Also the Best Line of Suitings for Gen tlemens Wear that can be pur- Â¬ chased Fine Kid Gloves and the Newest Styles of Mufflers made Main street 2d for sale Cheap door east of Sb Clair Frankfort Cotton Bros VERSAILLES KY Livery TilhandnicostreasonableTurnouts rates at 13 constantly on Loiivo Frankfort t07 a in 5117 u in Lonvo Frankfort No4 and 12 will mako clono connection a furmorly fur Cincinnati E 1 BRYAN Ayt The HouvtuuouT can always be limt for three cents per copv at Barretts News De- Â¬ pot and at Ben Marshalls Poat ollice News Depot The new City Council deserves credit for having abolished theofiice of Civil Engineer The Seven held a caucus Tuesday after noon and made iioiimiations for the minor city offices At Walcutts Old Curiosity Shop a large invoice of Gum Overshoes and sandals Mr Win Dennis who liveson Pea Hidgc just received was cutting down a tree last week and in If you want the Freshest and Best Meat fulling it fell in such a manner as to catch goto Burckh units He is doing his foot ami crush it severely Violin Stiings and Musical Instruments well for the Band at 0 S Walcutts A large number of country people were A verv large and elegant stock of New SOLID SILVER TEA SPOONS Busi Goods suitable for Wedding and Holiday in town Monday county court day Presents has just been received at B F M 50 o St per sot Wrio fur Catalogue of ness was quiet and but little stock on the Meeks Jewelry Store Main street FrankOTIS W SNYDKH ware market for which very low prices were fort Call and examine them 106 1th St Louisville Ky ollered The usual amount of benzine waf Kid A New Stock of 3 indulged in and the Police Judge had a fair Gloves in Autumn andButton ColOpera share of business the next daw ors for 75 cents at Mrs Wards -Â¬ Â¬ Horses boardod by the week month or yenr Our Stable is entirely now and comfortable is supplied with an abundance of fresh wuhir and Wo hopp our friend nnd the othcrconvcnienco public will give us a trial and we insure satis factum COTTON BUOTHEltS March 20 1878 tf Silver Thimble LI i i v - - The soiety news editor of this paper hn been so pressed with oflieinl business forth Truly the servant is worthy of liia hire three weeks that he could not give our but the tax payers should not be made to past Pergonal column the attention it required foot the bill lie will give it his attention as soon as South Frankfort has about as much life everything settles down in its accustomed for two policemen as a horde cart has for irrooves and begins to in smoothly seventeen wheels Attention is called to the card of Dr W new offices have been created bv II A verill which appears in another colThree the new Council This is a good start to umn of this paper Besides a complete in stock of drugs and everything usually kepi wards an economical administration by a first clns druggist he has a full line ol u horn nice musical goods which he sells at lowest Foresters meet in regular session next cash prices Dont forget him when you Wednesday evening at 7 oclock at which want anything in his line time there will be an election of oflicers for Marshal J ere Lee went out of office last the ensuing term Tuesday morning Mr Leo wii inlcnr- something good to eat go Higgjg tfjffljla- faithful r Mcer disci lllllglllg lllf llyou want Burckhardts meat store and get the freshest jduisjof his orlice ICill IU9PIV MIHli 111 JlUilil iJ Read his ad- ly and teudcrcst meat in town While he is a strict partisan he neves vertisements in thecolum of Local Notices sullerell his party feelings to influence his official actions as many can testify who The Roberts school house about eight were in the hottest of the contest last Saturmiles from this city on Benson was con day Pity there are not more like Mr Lee tunned by fire on Friday night of last week May he live long and prosinFrankfort the burning being the result of careless- Â¬ per Â¬ W you want a Home cheap call on An drew Scott and you shall have Choice of Â¬ 35 Cts Seven I4 arms Sent post paid on prico receipt of The Freshest and Tenderest Meat at Burckhardts Hats and Caps at Cost to close out nt O S Walcutts Fine assortment of Watches Clocks nnd Jewelry at Selberts St Clnir street Price Lower than the Lowest Go toBobannan Bros for Ovsters Fish Staple and Fancy Groceries Vegetables Game Cigars kc OTIS W SXYPEH Louisville Ky Down With Monopoly Tho undersigned otnrs the Xow Family Singer Stewart Mnkej nt -- 27 Sewing Machine No i perfect in construction cash This Jlnehinc and fully guaranteed It ha a Dnp Liaf Tiihlc Box Cover and a cise of two Drawers and cor espoms with tho Mnchincolfcrod ly thoGoinjia ny I - I Â¬ Â¬ - 50 With each Mnehine are wholesale at one four furnished the following attachments heuiiiHT one braider one sctpw driver one guide at BOH ANN AN BROS crow one wrench six bohbins and one oiler Ten stock bojis averaging 100 pounds filled with good innuhine oil Also one dozen for sale onn th ril hi i Apply to thiH otlice needles and tJX34toiK ejJrn one corrtcr one quiUer nno mtller and one set of plntc hem Old Curi3iitfiy Shop Cheap for Cash mers The machinrcrated weighs about 100 fb Tho retail value of the tucker eordr quiltir The Best and Cheapest Meal at Burck- and rufller is about These art- never fnrnislu d hardts by tho Himpany excepf paid for as extras Tie well known 2 Btitton Kid Gloves for 35 cents Singer Mnchino is tot thj Machine to require any pufiing A snunde of nbovc offer d Mrs may ho seen at this otiieo Inspection invuol Gentlemen of fashion will find it to theii and order solicited CLAUDE lilTCKLEY interest by calling at M Juoobvs Clothing W lliHiiiihtbiiiit Ujfirr Store and seeing the immense new stock Â¬ Nice Fresh Celery at Jo ensh or -- 55 on time h net which they - at Wards -- just received ness ii Some of the boys had to be left out in the the cold Notwithstanding three new oflices were created to compensate some of them for their labor there were n6t enough to go round and now there is dissatisfaction and discord ifinong the faithful lolt ii Vauderhide one of the convicts who escaped from the penitentiary Inst week was recaptured in Louisville and brought to this cily Monday lie was exposed to Chronioa in endless variety at Walcutts There were six scholars in the Christian If you want the Best Flour in Kentucky Sunday school of this city who were pres- call at Miles A Sous for their J E M ent every Sunday in IS78 Their names and you will get it af Lizzie Rodger Charlie Wilson Mrs R cts SijWntson Ten a- McEwan Carrie McEwan nt BOH ANN AN BROS and William Macklin These were all suit- a blv commended and rewarded for their Cheapest afid Best Ribbons at fc Mrs Wards Sunday aithfulness lost Average attendance of the school for ji i Â¬ BEST IN THE WOELD IP- fflHf mm OGnitSkfc i aniTi - iblJUU U 9 U veruge collection 2 01 One teacher was present every Sunday in the recent sever weather barefooted and fle veur without food and at the time of his cap The following is the roll of honor ol tare was in a pitiable condition Dudley Institute for the month ending Dec Sllih KS78 The regular meeting of Hiram Lodge Hope Casey No 4 A Y M will be held next Tuesday Faith Casey Nannie Fitzlingh Agnes Fitzlingh evening at 7 oclock at which all members jielle Buford Ilendrick llenley are requested lobe present After the usual Antoinette Lindsey Maria Lindiey business is disposed of a Lodge of instruc Helen Lindsev lohn Price Lnlie Stephens Lilian Sawvier tion will lie opened Members ot mtei Lida Tuilil n1 JoM L- dgea are cordially invited to be present I Mydft Zimmerman Etter Miller Carroll Wnlcutt iMarv Tliurinoiid mm i he regular meeting of the Good Tein- - i ons Harris Robert Trabue plars takes place at their Hall in Odd Fel Eddie Harris Julian Jnclou lows Building next Thursday evening at Win Walker Stephens 7 oclock ut which time oflicers will beolected LOCAL NOTICES to serve the ensuing quarter The election will take place immediately after the close The Nicest Fresh Breakfast Bacon in of the public meeting Let everybody go town is at Burckhurditi I at BOH ANNAN BROS Waxtkii To borrow 500 for which u Mortgage on 2000 worth of Real E tute will be given Inquire at this olhee fPpjiBt Geo 0 Watsou Jhri FrA ftfA w j- - A Saw mill for sale or lease Apply to THIS OFFICE COLUMBIAN E H Taylor Go to Selberts and get a good Silver Thim hie for o cents Extra heavy Hiiuil oiiiely Fngraved f cents Initials Engraved1 Is Free of Charge Watson to Co your the Cheapest place buy 8T0YE8 Pet Oysters fJoodsfirsi classantl 15 Cents bet liirhted tiswaris G00iS at HOH ANN AN BWOS iriii astonihinrly V HOUSG low nt M Jncobv s new and Pumishlllg SSiLlSiS0 il Mm 1UIS MANTELS GRATES iVc Hats prossed for 25 cents at Mrs Wards 8 run and Tin Roofing There wag never before a nicer and better deeded stock of fall and winter goods than the one now U M Jacobys Uiillmiij J0U W0KK A SPECIALTY m Ky4M kvm- - w WEliKLYllOUJNMBUUT Matters of Public Interest Wedeiin it proper to lnv ilio followinjr corrcsiioiulence before tho citizens of Frnnk- It will lie Been from it that both the loit public faith and personal honor of u clear majority of the new Council no matter what gentlemen may be finally decided to he legal members of that body are fully pledged to render speedy but long delayed justice to the entire northern portion of he city in nil matters relating to public water and gas facilities street and other public improvements and police discipline Letters similar to that addressed to Capt Milam were addressed to all the candidates That to Mr Taylor was except Mr Major signed by Mr Ilarvie Judge Duvall not made no response Lkwls E Martin TOWNS RKSlONSK Frankfort Kv Dec E toward the north north east and northI will endeavor to west to the city limits Messrs JJarvie Walcutt and Othtrs of Com- - secure to them also perfect equality with all wit fee other portions of the city in all matters re- Â¬ Gkntlkmkn Your communication is lating to streets street improvements and ceived and J answer yes to all your sidewalks S Sandkrs lions I will try to have all city ordinances and it esii v 0 S Waluutt B F Mkkk police regulations enforced alike in every E WllITKSIDKS Frankfort Dec 24 1S78 part of the city IX B Jillson Thanking you for the honor you have K C CHURCHS KKSlONSK E I Bryan Frankfort Dec 21 87S done me and the courteous anguagc in Kv Dec 23 187S Frankfort JOHN KIKRNANS RKSlONSK B C Milam Esij which your note is addressed I remain Whitesides B B Jillson and Others Frankfort Kv Dec 26 1878 a meeting of a number of non E Sir At Yours truly Gkxtlimkn To each of these questions Messrs O S Walcutt E Whitesides R B partisan citizens and property owners residasked by you I have to sav without the Minus Williams ing north of Market street not yet pledged Jillson S Sanders and Lcrtus E JJarvie to the support of either ticket for City Coun- slightest hesitation yks DkakSiks Your important communication KD liURNS RKSlONSK Very respectfully cil men now before the people held last dated 21st instant I received this morning K C Church Frankfort Dec 26th 1S78 night the undersigned weie appointed a The questions therein contained 1 have I H TAVIOK JRS RKSlONSK Messrs committee of live to address to you the fol- wis Iaific O S Walcutt R H duly considered and am glad of the oppor- Â¬ lowing questions to wit tunity afforded me to expicss my views Frankfort Kv Dec 23 187S Jillson S Sanders 1st Will you if elected to the Council at Messrs E Whitesides Capt Saw Sanders Having been nominated on the Gkntikmkn Your favor of the 21st has thereon Citizens ticket not at my instigation but the approaching city election both vote audi Ji li Jillson and 0 S Walcutt Com just come to luuid to day mittee exert yourself as a member ol that boly In reply to the questions therein asked by some of my friends I was prevailed Gknts 1 have the honor to acknowledge me 1 have this to say if elected I will do upon to accept the nomination and am now to secure to all that portion of the city north of Market street the same public conven- - the receipt of your communication dated all in my power by vote and otherwise to determined to face the brunt of battle come iences now enjoyed bv citizens residing or 2lsl inst this noon The substance of the improve the sections of the city named in weal come woe You propound tome therein threequestions your letter I remain owning property in that part of North threequestions propounded to me is con Â¬ tained in whether improvements and general Frankfort south of Market street by the touching my action as a member of the Yours respectfully vtension f both the water and gasworks Hoard of Councilmen of the city of Frank Â¬ necessary conveniences wherever needed in Ed Burns north north east and north west fort if elected to that position to which any portion of that part of the city north ol uiwiru the sic lusciikrs rkslonsk questions I make as brief reply as possible Market street shall meet with my indorse to the city limits 2d Will you us Councilman endeavor to make my position clear viz ment and support and to use every honor- Â¬ Frankfort Kv Dec 26 187S 1st I n snredly will able means to provide same To this to secure to all that part of the city north Messrs JJarvie Walcutt Jillson and San 2d That portion of the city to which you will say that I think it is the plain unvar- Â¬ north west and north east of Market street ders nished duty of the public seivant to acqui- Â¬ perfect equality with alhher portions of refer shall have a thorough investigation at Gkntikmkn Yours dated 21st inst was esce in and if elected to that honorable the city in all matters relating 6 streets my hands undits requirement and necesreceived this morning and I hasten torey Board I assure you that no rrr v And sities shall have my intelligent consideration street improvements and sidewalks W in determining that equality will you taki with a iew to placing that district in everv ply restricted policy shall shape my course of 1st In regard to extension of water and action or thinking but it shall be my con Â¬ into consideration the unjust and marked land all resoects on equal footing as to neglect with which almost the entire north striets sidewalks and all other improve- gas works towards thatpartof the city men- stant aim wherever any question of public tioned in your communication I am in fa- good or improvement arises to further the ern part of the city has been treated in ments with all other portions of the city 3d I will use all the power vested in me vor and endeavor to enforce it so to secure same by any possible means in my power these and other respects by successive Councils for many years past to have every ordinance and police regula- Â¬ to said portion of ciy the same privilege to Without wishing to inveigh against our 3d Will you as Councilman try to have tion as thoroughly and rigorously enforced which that community is entitled to if it present Board rather to let the past legisla- Â¬ nil city ordinances and police regulations in the teiritory named as it is in other parts can be done with the present gas works tion speak for itself I will yet say that in enforced in that part of the city lying be- of the city and will endeavor to see the 2d To matters relating o streets side- my opinion they are either hampered by tween Market street and the city limits on same universally enforced walks etc 1 believe I have nl ways endorsed partisan selfish motives or are else lack- Â¬ Trusting you may find my response di- public improvements and shall do so in ing in the qualities that constitute an ordi- Â¬ lie north west and east with the same rigor and impartiality with which they are rect pointed and satisfactory nary business man Their line of action is future or may be enforced in any and ever portion I remain gentlemen if I am correct to build up one art of the 3d So far as city ordinances and police tit the city Edmi II Taylor Jr regulations are concerned 1 have so far done city at the neglect and expense of the other Hoping to receive from you a prompt di my best to enlorce it and promise to do so and producing a state which you very propgko c watsons rksfonsi erly call inequality and you mieht say lect and we may add satisfactory answer hereafter Frankfort Dec 23 1S7S to each of the foregoing questions we reworse By such engineering property Messrs E Whitesides Ji Ji Jillson S In regard togas 1 should think another depreciates the surroundings become anymain very respectfully Sanders 0 S Walcutt and L Ii Ilar- Â¬ trial at the well on corner of High and thing but inviting and the Your fellow citizens more respectable vie Committee Main streets probably may prove satisfacto and spirited peope very naturally seek other E Whitksidks Gkntikmkn Your communication of Dec ry so to supply that part of the city with parts It B J usox In regard to the gas and water 21st came duly to hand and contents noted gas from that well S Sandkrs question nothing would give me greater I can t a lei v sav that I will do all in mv Relating to water works I am greatly in pleasure and zest than to have such things Lkwis E Uarvih power if elected to advance the interest of favor ami by all means I think it the going on producing comfort to property 0 S Waioutt all citizens regardless of rsorth or South most needful improvement we ought to owners and above all giving to the poor Committee Frankfort and in doing so will and do say have Of course not to increase taxation man employment J have always been II C MIIAMS RKSlONSK yen to all of your questions everything cannot be done at once but the convinced that if the carof progress is kpt answer all of the above Gkxtikmkx Yours respectfully most needful ought to be done first Twill in movement that one beneficial object will questions in the affirmative Gko C Watson promise to try my utmost to have good follow another but not so if things are al Â¬ B C Mil AM Mibstnntial water works in and all over the ways to remain stationary always exercis ANDRKW SALKNDKKs KKSIONSF I have I H city plan here and if any citi ing economy and no enterprise FOODS RKSlONSK Frankfort Dec 24 1S78 zen wishes to a take a view of my proposed I answer the above Without hesitation E Whitesides Ji JI JiUmn S Sanders plan I shall be very glad to show and ex- Â¬ Last but not least observation plainly questions in the uflirmativc shows that our police force is not parcelled E E Ilarvie and 0 S Walenit Com plain it at any time Water works can be out properly Main street St Clair Broad H Dec 24 1878 Todd mittee established to furnish the community with way and Ann are receiving their constant Gkntikmkn In answer 0 your letter of any quantity of healthy I IIAIYS RKSlONSK spring water at a and undivided iipection I might say while the 21st inst I emphatically say to each cost not exceeding 10 000 Frankfort Dec 24 1S7S Said water north of Market street is very coolly and and all of the three questions asked in same works could be iifed in E Wdtesides li Ji Jillson and Others case of fire to fur caiiHinlly scanned over When arrests an Gkntikmkn To each of your three ques- and will use my best efforts if elected to nish any quantity of wntir without using made in that portion of town almost always the Council to have the measures therein the fire engine tions in your letter of the 21i t I will an Â¬ This plan is far the best the offended parties have to send for the swer ye- - and that if elected to the Council indicated carried out by that body cheapest and most durable and has been policeman In my estimation rather have Very respectfully your fellow cUizon used and proven satisfactory in many cities a larger and adequate force to see use my best endeavors for the interest that ANDKKW SALKNDKU mentioned and for all others equally and in the State of Ohio no portion of North Frankfort be neglected MINUS WILLIAMS RKSlONSK In this connection I Should be elected I once more promise This I am confident will do away with iniirtiiillv alike will Mate that when I was in the Council to do all in my power to enforce every and rowdyism and if anything be a stimulus Dec 27th 1878 Frankfort to I did my individual bc t for the interest you Messrs E Handc 0 S Walcutt R B all wishes required in your communication a more healthful morality was nol properly sustained mention but and asking your kind support I am gentle Jillson and S Sanders With this have the pleat urc lo remain Kespeclfiillv II it bv the Board Yours very respectfully Gkntikmkn Your communication dated men Your obedient servant D L Uaiy Dec 21 was received late yesterday after- SlG LlSCHKK John Kikknan Â¬ Gkntikmkn Yours of the 2lst inst hand To each of your three interrogatories I re ply allirmatively will say further that il elected to the Council I will not only vote for but will exert whatever influence I may have to secure the passage ol such measures as will secure to the portion of the city you speak of the improvements spoken of in your letter of the 21st Very truly your friend L Town 1 Whitesidis S Sanders E JJarvie and 0 S Walcutt noon and I embrace my earliest opportuni ty to reply 23d 1878 As requested 1 shall give a prompt and Ji Ji Ji Jillson L Â¬ K I IIKYANS KKSlONSK Frankfort Whitesides L Kv Ji Dec 30th 1878 directaiiHwer to the three questions addressed To each am everv one mv answer to to me is yes Â¬ In making this reply I know I promise but what is right and just and it will be my duty and pleasure to make the best effort am capable of to carry out your wishes People living in the northern north eastern and north western part of he city are cer- Â¬ tainly entitled to the same public conven Â¬ iences as those living in other parts and I will endeavor to 6eeure such to them by voting to extend the gas and water works I it I MKKKS KKSlONSK re-que- s- 0 S Walcutt Gkntlkmkx J have the honor to be in receipt of your communication of Dec 28th I recognize your right to ask me these questions and have to say in reply thai to all of your questions numbers J 2 and 3 I answer in the affirmative Aside from my being a resident and property holder in the portion of the town to which you refer I am decidedly in favor of paying some attention to the neglected portions of our city 1 believe that every district should be put upon an equal footing ns regards improve Â¬ ments that are paid for from the citys treasury belong to no ring and while I do not believe in too ninny promises at this time will say that if elected to this office I shall do all in my power to have that portion of the city to which you refer placed and kept upon an equal footing with that south 1 have the honor to re of Market street main Your obedient servant Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Janie R Ji Jillson Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ j i y 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - Â¬ If sti Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 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