Pendleton County News


C O V I N G T O N  J O U R N A L

New Series--Vol. VIII, No. 6         COVINGTON, KY., MARCH 6, 1875                Whole No. 378


 PENDLETON COUNTY

 

Falmouth KY,. March 2, 1875

Editor Journal

 

    Our Criminal Court suddenly suspended hostilities on Wednesday noon. The inability of the jury to agree on a verdict in the Digby case was announced about an hour previous to adjournment, and tho valuable service of that body finally dispensed with. The jury stood, seven for acquittal, three for one year and two for two years. Popular sympathy favored the prisoner. His bail was fixed at $5,000, which was readily given, his brother and a neighbor being his bondsmen.  

 

 

    Henry Clay Diltz, a prominent citizen of this place, died at 10 o’clock yesterday, of typhoid fever. Mr. Diltz had lately recovered from the disease or sufficiently so to have the marriage ceremony performed between him and a lady to whom he was fondly attached. Shortly after the marriage he escorted his bride to the railroad depot, and on returning was caught in a heavy shower of rain, which produced a relapse of fever, from the effects of which he died. About three years previous to his decease, he quit the practice of law and became a farmer and stock raiser, and in the latter business had marked success. Mr. Diltz was a much respected citizen, and his death is mourned by a large circle of friends.

 

 

    In the County Court yesterday, Owen Oldham was granted a tavern license with the privilege to dispense it to the boys by the small, in the fair village of Gardenersville. Don’t let them be owin’ of you, Owen. (N. B. A pun).

 

 

    Mr. James Chowning, of Morgan, is the gentleman that is in all probability destined to wear the honor of legislative representation for Pendleton county, in our next General Assembly. There is no better Democrat nor better man in the county than Mr. Chowning. After the primary election last spring, in which he was defeated for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff, he showed his principle and manhood in laboring assiduously for the election, in August, of his successful competitor.

    It is a nice thing to feel that we may be proud of our representation in Congress – both the outgoing and incoming – W. E. Arthur and Thomas L. Jones.                                                                                         CON.

  


 

Falmouth Independent

 

SCARLET FEVER – Of the number taken off in this county, within the past eight weeks, by this dreaded disease, we have been informed of two deaths of two sons of Mr. Conrad Stitz, Joseph and John, aged three and six years respectively. The former died on the 9th and the latter on the 25th of February.

 

BIRTHS – On Febr. 11th, to the wife of Wm. F. Barker, a daughter…. On the 23rd ult., to the wife of David Simpson, a son. Dave is happy-… To the wife of ___ Bradley. A son, on the 15th… To the wife of Riley Sharp, on the 21st, a daughter… On the 19th of Feb. to the wife of Saml. Judd, a daughter… On the 20th of Feb. to the wife of Wm. S. Hitch, a daughter, weight 15 lbs.

 

MARRIED – On the 11th of Feb. by the Rev. Jesse Beagley, Mr. Frank Phillips to Miss Lizzie Guinn.

 

DIED – At his home, in this county, on the 27th of February, Mr. Sandford Williams, aged 60 years.

    

   

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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