Clipped From The Courier-Journal
Hie soldiers are spending the night at Lewis farm, ten miles oat of Pine- Pine- vlQe, but tbey will reach this place by noon Monday, and, after resting during the afternoon, will leave homeward' bound Tuesday morning. Deputy United Stales Marshals King, Andy Johnson, and aeversl others of a pot-so, pot-so, pot-so, "to-diiy "to-diiy "to-diiy captured tlie largest and most valuable moonshine still ever found in Hell county. They had annpectcd for soma time the existence of tbe still, bat could neer locate it. They at last found it oot on Clear creek, six miles from' xincvUle, red-hot red-hot red-hot and full of spir its. It waa of seventy-dye seventy-dye seventy-dye gallons ca pacity and cost fully S3.000. It was one of tiie latest make, and was to all appearances new. lien Mason. Sr.. Ben Mason, Jr., and Frank Mason were caught around the still and were brought to Pincville and placed la jail. The still was taken to pieces a.-id a.-id a.-id waa brought to Pinwcile to be kept as evidence. Two fine, young mules and a new waron were also brought in, and these will also b held i evidence. Several other loca tions are under spicion, and further ruius are expected to-morrow. to-morrow. to-morrow. .