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The Frankfort roundabout. [volume] (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, April 29, 1893, Image 3

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Dont Ruin Your Eyes
By iiUofflng incompetent self styled scientific
opticians ii nil peddlers lit thorn Jlio optician
Bliouuipraduiito and havo Ills illpioina of nuulll
lW s w TH r jWJ T
EypsexninlnMl with the Oculists Tost Case and
tho modern Improved sclontlllc instruments
frames Accurately Fitted to the Face
Should your head ucho eyes hum or water
sight blur and your glasses dont suit come and
consult mo SitWuctlon guaranteed Goln
glasses a specialty
Graduate Optician at it A Selborts St Clair
i street Frankfort Ky Monday Tuesday and
Wednesday May 1 2 and 3
Judge Cantrill Jails John T John
son and Charles P Owens
for Contempt
The Jury in tho 20000 Powell
Damage Case Find for the
L N Railroad
Isaac Petry colored for forging
the name of Reuben Brown to a five
dollar check was awarded three
years in tho penitentiary
Will Thompson colored for steal
ing some fine hatidkorchiefs and jew
elry from the residence of Col Ohas
E Hoge was given one year in the
The jury in the 20000 case of
Alfred Powell c vs L N Rail
road for damages sustained by the
wife of the plaintiff in falling from
the cars at the depot in this city last
January returned a verdict Saturday
for the defendant
The case of Ohas P Owens for
shooting at John T Johnson a year
Ago with intent to kill and wounding
Johnson Judge W L Jett and
Anthony Leitch was in progress Sat
urday when Owens refused to answer
sx question put to him by the Com
monwealths Attorney The court
Admonished Owens as to the necessi
ty to answer and when he ugain
declined the Judge fined him 10 and
ordered him sent to ail
Monday afternoon the jury brought
In a verdict of not guilty
The Judge also interrogated Jonn
son as to why he had come into
the court room with a concealed
weapon on his person and failing to
give a satisfactory answer he too was
ordered to jail
The case against Wm Minor for
murder was set for the second day of
the September term
Senator J S Wortham Messrs W
H Marriott D O Hay and David R
Murray were admitted to practice as
attorneys in the court
A 0 Long vs Wm Davis c
judgment by default for plaintiff
against Wm Davis and Louis Green
for possession of property
Anderson Smith vs Henry Quinoy
judgnienb for plaintiff
The best part of the week was
taken up with the trial of tho case of
the Commonwealth vs O M Fraize
and the sureties on his bond Fraize
is the Circuit Olerk of Hardin county
and at periods during his absence
Charles Moore conducted the office
and certified numerous false witness
claims to the State Auditor amount
ing to about 5500 Moore was sent
to the penitentiary and suit insti
tuted as related against Fraize and
his sureties for the recovery of the
money thus fraudulently obtained
from the State The jury rendered a
verdiot Thursday afternoon for a lit
tle more than 4800
The court also had up for consid
eration the rooent action of tho city
council in granting tho L N and
K M railroads the right of way along
Governors alley to Miles Sons
elevator Tho Court of Appeals
having passed upon this right and
the Franklin Oirouit Court having
entered an order for a perpetual in
junction against suoh grant Judgo
Cantrill whon Attorney General
Hondriok filed a notice of the coun
cils proceeding held that tho coun
cil had shown a comtempt for tho
court and that it would bo given
another day in which to rooind its
Sterling Silverware
Soup Ladles
Berry Spoons
Preserve Spoons
Cream Ladles
Gravy Ladles
Olive Spoons Forks
Cold Meat Forks
Horse Raddish Spoons
Bon Bon Spoons
Butter Knives
Sugar Spoons
Pickle Forks
Strawberry Forks
Souvenir Spoons etc
action and purge itself of the con
City Attorney Herndon answered
for the council that tho adoption of
tho new Constitution and corporation
laws changed the condition of the
points of law raised under the first
grant and he thought that the city
could now pass such an ordinance
Judge Cantrill however differed with
the City Attorney and tho matter was
appealed at the citys expense and
will have to find its final settle
ment again in the Court of Appeals
The Mason Foard Company cases
were by agreement transferred to
equity and will now be settled by the
commissioner who will take the
actual condition of the accounts be
tween the State and the lessees of
the penitentiary
New Enterprise Tobacco Ware
house vs B F Heaton judgment
for plaintiff for 1254 The court
adjourned for the term yesterday
Top Drawer
Concealed Weapons John T
Johnson was on Monday fined 25 and
sentenced to ten days in jail by
County Judge Williams for carrying
a concealed weapon to which a
juror in the Ohas P Owens case in
the Circuit Court called the atten
tion of the court
Stealing Lumber Page Allen
colored fqr stealing lumber from W
J Hughes Son was on Monday
found guilty and ordered to the work
house for thirty days
Safe Fell on Him Monday after
noon as Mr Ooley Whitehead was
moving a safe in a wagon the front
of the wagon gave way and the safo
fell on him and badly injured him
about the head and faoo
First Presbyterian Church
The young ladies of the First Presby
terian Church will give as the next
of the series of entertainments for
the benefit of the organ fund a re
ception Monday evening May 1 from
6 to 0 oclock at the residence of Mr
James M Todd on Wapping street
The admission fee will bo 25 cents
Worlds Fair Commissioner Hon
Harvey Myers member of the Legis
lature from Covington has been ap
pointed by President Cleveland this
week as the Worlds Fair Commis
sioner for Kentuoky vice Hon Jas
A MoKenzie Minister to Peru
bury of this city a worthy gentle
man and talented young newspaper
writer has accepted tho appointment
of local and legislative correspondent
for the Louisville Courier Journal and
Times a position made vacant by the
departure of Mr Geo L Willis for
Chicago In Mr Marksbury these pa
pers will hereafter have a faithful
and reliable correspondent
Pardoned Governor on Tues
day pardoned John T Johnson of
the jail portion of the judgment of
the court againBt him for carrying
ooncoaled a deadly weapon
A Compliment Alluding to tho
relay bicycle ride from Springfield
Illinois to this oity next month by
whioh it is proposed to deliver a
message from the Governor of Illi
nois to tho Governor of Kontuoky
within thirty hours tho Sunday
Truth of Louisville says The men
of Frankfort are vigorously protest
ing against being loft out on the relay
rldo They want tho Frankfort end
buc Meglomory has already appoint-
jSBr Wood Oases
SILVER WATC1IE3 1000 to 2000
Wurranted tor 20 years
SOLID OOuD WATOUES from 2500 to 12500
mm m tTPifSiaMlfffc m
ed Jeffries and Rubey as
sengers to take that relay
just however that the
wheelmen should at least
It seems
share tho
honor with Louisville of handing the
message to His Excellency Governor
Brown and if they have a man there
speedy enough to pace with Jeffries
he ought to be appointed and one
of the Louisville men could perform
an act of courtesy by retiring in his
9 v
John Selbert of Frankfort would
be a good man on the relay corps
and could support the reputation of
all concerned
Fell Into the River Mrs Addie
Jane McCrane on Monday while
crossing to Bellepoint in a boat fell
into the river and was rescued by
friends who witnessed the accident
Forfeited Its Rights The Citi
zens Co operative Electric Light
Company by reason of its failure to
erect its poles and wires and put in a
plant by the 26th of April as provid
ed in the ordinance granting the
privileges forfeited its rights last
Wednesday Mr Sam Shea tho orig
inatorof the enterprise however is
hopeful that before another year the
company will again be incorporated
and successful in securing the pas
sage of another ordinance granting
similar rights by the new board of
councilmen to bo eleoted next No
R A VanDerveer The Allen
Bradley Company of this city has
engaged tho services of Richard A
VanDerveer He is at present assist
ing In tho adjustment of the losses
by the recent fire at Louisville but
later he will probably enter the office
as one of the regular clerks of the
establishment Mr VanDerveer is a
bright young man and a competent
clerk who has a large circle of
friends to rejoice over his good for
Bitten by a Dog Tuesday young
Price Taylor was bitten by a dog be
longing to Mr L F Comptonr but
aside from the flesh wound it is not
thought that any bad results will at
tend the injury
Manager of the Telegraph
Office Miss Fanny Taylor who
after her fathers death was appoint
ed Manager of tho telegraph office in
cms city tenaerea ner resignation
this week to take effect im mediately
upon the appointment of her suc
cessor She will remove to Cincin
nati with her mother Mr Charles
Newton of this city was on Thurs
day appointed to the position and as
he has a splendid record with the com
pany both for efficiency and the
natural disposition that wins friends
and pleases patronB his selection was
a splendid one and will prove highly
satisfactory to every one who has
busines with tho office in the future
Improvement The spirit of im
provement and progress whioh is
now making itself felt in the city kin
both publio and individual property
will soon mariifest itself in a now
story added to Dr W H Avorills
present two story brick drug store
Mr Spencer Oryer has received tho
contract for tho work which when
completed will give Dr Averill one
of the handsomest business houses
in tho oity
Excursion to Cinoinnati via Quoon
and Crosoont Routo
Tho dedication of tho new city hall
and a general demonstration in honor
of that event will take placo at Cin
cinnati May 13 1893 Tickets will bo
sold from all stations in Kentucky
at one faro for tho round trip good
going on trainB arriving at Cincin
nati tho morning of May 13th aud
good to return on trains of May 13th
and 14th
D Q Edwards
The lowest Prices
3 i
Electro Plated Ware
Tea Sets
Water Sets
Baking Dishes
Berry Bowls
Salad Bowls
Cake Fruit Stands
Ice Tubs
Pickle Dishes
Butter Dishes
At lowest prices
uro wIcar
5 Articles of Furniture in One
This is COMFORT in sickness in health a luxury The
small price of this will astonish you For description etc
inquire of me I have used one of these chairs 8 years and
except cushions it is perfectly good
To YOU who want pure water
I I S II I 1 r IMaI ll T7iii
888 Steele Street FKAHKF0RT KENTUCKY
When tho FIRST SOLDIERS of the late war were camped
in South Frankfort they emptied our cistern and we were obliged
to use RIVER WATER which was then EXTREMELY BAD
the river being very low A friend sent us a Keckie Water
WATER and from that day to this we have CONSTANTLY
j 1 i
UWJJU xvuuaiu v jitur rater nuvmg oiuy required three
aoout du years The size I use will supply PURE Wi
Heal Estate Transfers
Viotoria Norwood to Qus Thomas
for 1025 a house and lot on Logan
street South Side
D O Thompson and wife to D S
and Samuel Thompson for 850 a
tract of land on Sulphur Lick Creek
Mrs Kate Mauer to R B Jillson
jr for 2100 a house and lot on
Third street South Side
My wife was confined to her bed
for over two months with a very
severe attack of rheumatism We
could get nothing that would afford
her any relief and as a last resort
gave Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial
To our groat surprise she began to
improve after the first application
and by using it regularly she was
soon able to get up and attend to her
house work E H Johnson of O J
Knutson Co Kensington Minn 50
cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle
Druggist l m
To waste your money on vile dirty
watery mixtures compounded by in
oxporionoed persons whon you have
the opportunity of testing Ottos
Cure free of oharge Why will you
continue to irritate your throat and
lungs with that terrible hacking
cough when Chapman Williams
will furnish you a froo sample bottle
of this groat guaranteed romedy
Hold a bottle of Ottos Cure to the
light and obsorve its beautiful goldon
color and thick hoavy syrup Lar
gest paokagos and purest goods
Largo bottle 50c 45
THE SMALL PRICE of this Filter will astonish you For
price and other information inquire of me
Gibson Mr Wm Gibson of Stead
mantown an aged and esteemed citi
zen of the county died Sunday at his
home of pneumonia His remains
were interred in the cemetery of this
Fitch The death of Mr Henry
D Fitch of Louisville occurred at
his home on Fourth Avenue at an
early hour on Tuesday morning of
typhoid pneumonia Mr Fitch mar
ried Miss Belle Lindsoy of this oity
and ho was a brother of Gen D W
Lindseys wife He was one of the
most enterprising business men of
Louisville and his death in tho prime
of his life and usefulness was dis
tressingly unfortunate His wife and
several children survive him
Annorceablo Liixntivo and NEIIVE TONIC
Sold by Druggists or sent by rnnil 25oC0o
aiid10Opor package Samples free
BTO Utf The Favorlto TOOTH 0WDS
Xk9 JaLUfortboTootliandlircAtaiQo
For sale by W McKee Hardie

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