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DARK & BLOODY GROUND
KUKLUX IN IIARDIN COUNTY.
WITH HE-XDIIOARTEIIS NEAR CAVE-IS-ROCK,
E5ACT DAMS1X6 SCENES OF MURDER, A8-
BAPSlNATlOK AND BLOODSHED THE LAW-
AlilDING PEOPLE TEUORIZED, AND THE
LAW IMPOTENT AX APPALLING CHAPTER
OF HOUKOR6 TDE CONJECTURED OUT
In answer to a general demand for in
formation concerning tho carnival of blooO
. and reign of terror in Hardin county, we
print below what seems to be a truthful
and impartial statement of the facts in
volved from tho commencement of the
bloody doings there, up to the farcical trial
of some of the desperadoes upon whose
souls rest tho stains of the crimes that have
given to Cavo-in-Rock and its vicinity such
an infamous eminence.
The facts wo give below, were originally
published in tho LouisTille Courier-Journal
and were gathered by a correspondent cn
the ground :
"Old citizens of Illinois and Kentucky
need not be reminded," says the cor-
- respondent, wJiat Ford's Ferry and Cave-in-Kock,
on opposite sides of the Ohio river,
long 6ince became notorious for the robber
ies and horrid murders perpetrated by FcrJ
and his confederates. These tragedies
. have recently been revamped by some ot
the Kentucky papers. Your correspondent,
who had occasion to make a business trip
a lew days ago through Hardin county,
Illinois, has to speak of modern barbarities,
' which ho ventures to say even the red
handed Ford would not be ashamed to own
were he living among the desperadoes wh'i
seem to have taken their cue from him.
Verily, they are fit successors for tho dead
monster, and aro entitled to undisputed
poBie s:oa of "dark and bloody" patch
Lelt is tho name of a largo family living
near Cuve-in-Rock, Illinois, which for years
lias been more terrible to the timid than
were ever the names ot Little and Strong
in the Kingdom of Breathitt. It
can be found on nearly every crim
inal docket that has been made up
in Hardin county during the last fif
teen years, and is not entirely unknown to
criminal fame in several of the adjoining
counties. I will begin with tho last ex
ploit of Hardin county lawlessness; will
then "advance backward," and tell of deeds
of theft, assault and dark assassination that
have been mysteriously withheld from
courts, grand juries and even Argus eyed
reporters lor the great dailies.
On the ItOth day of May last, upon com
plaint made by Frank Hardin and B. Z.
Jenkens, a warrant was issued charging
. with unlawful conspiracy (l. c. Ivukiuxing)
' the followinjr parties: Logan licit, Jona
than Belt, II. J. Belt, James Belt, Elisha
Morns, son-in-law of Jonathan Belt, lm,
Fraley, brotjier-in-law of Logan Belt, Geo.
Ratline, nephew of the Belts, Frank J ustice,
Tom Leeper, Robt. Sheridan, W. D. White,
Bill Lyons and II.Holloman. All except the
two last-named, when they ascertained that
a charge kad been preferred against them,
gave themselves up to J; F. Taylor, the
county judge for their trial, which began
at Ellzabethtown on tho 4th and ended on
the 5th of this month: Hardin and Jen
kins were the principal witnesses for the
people, aud stated substantially that by
various mfluejces ami lalse pretences, em
ployed from time to time by Logo Belt and
Bob Sheridnn. thev were ncrsuaded to ioin
the conspirators on the night of the 7th of
jnay last, liio place or meeting was a
sequestered gulch near the Ohio, the pre
tended purpune whs to ferret out the mys
terious murder of one Luke Hambrink.
, committed in that locality on the night of
tho first of last April. It was also
Boggested that a man named
Covert should ha whipped or kill
. ed, and that society thereabouts should be
revulated generally. Speeches were made
by sovurai if tho midnight regulators, irripii.
tons, nniform and password adopted. Their
faces were to le cowled, and n light was to
be carried lo the hat nf each during n raid
'on eTil-d 'Crt Steps were tiken to arm all
who were too poor to furnish their own
weapons. The question whether a fellow
should be whipped or "treated worse" was
. to be left entirely to tho discretion of the
clan. Id the event of one of the brethren
bould get Into the clutches of the law he
was to bo rescued by pistols drawn and
cocked in tho hands of disguised men.
The plan adopted to escape the inquiry of
courts aud grand juries was very simple and
effective at least it so secmeii to tho plia
ble consciences of theso night-riders. Tho
organization wus born, but left
without "a locul habitation and name,"
in order that its . members could truth
fully swear that they ,lJcnew of no Ku-Klux
organization in ttio county." Hardin' and
Jenkins having satisfied themselves that it
was the intention ot tho conspirators to as
sassinate persons who were important wit
nesses against Logan Belt in a trial for
murder pending in Gullatiu county, and to
commit other crimes that they were not
sufficiently hardened to take a hand in, de
termined to disregard . tho infamous oath
that bound the members under pains and
penalties to 6tick to one. ' another until
death." They resolved finally to consult
W. S. Morris and J. Q. A. Ledbcttcr, ablo
and courageous attorneys of tho Elizabeth
town bar. Tremblingly and in whispers
their tcrnble secret was revealed, and the
prosecution began, but they do not appear
t.) have relieved their perilous situation, for
thev are kent in constant apprehension of a
sudden and unexpected "taking off."
INCIDENTS OF THE TRIAL.
Tho sheriff took time by tho forelock,
and had important business tip tho river
the day the trial commenced, mucect, it
has been stated on good authority that he
declared to the commissioners ot tno coun
ty ho would resitrn his office before he
would attempt to "force the formidable
Beits into a fuvorablo opinion of the law."
Prudent neonlo are not disposed to blamo
him much for transacting long-neglected
business in the farthest corner of tho coun
ty while the ferocious clans were gathering
at flic county seat with knives, pistols anu
shot guns eager to obey their leader's com
mand. I say clans, for bo it remembered
there are three of them, which may oe de
signated as tho Bolt, Simmons and Oldham
factions, the two last having declared war
for self-protection against the belt taction.
But more of this civil stnfo and tho cause
thereof hereatter. It has been estimated
that not less thau 100 armed men attended
the trial. Near the close of the investiga
tion a youthful Beltite, not one of the de
fendants, was seen to enter tho temple of
justice bearing a carpct-br.g full ot
pistols. Logan, Belt, a shrewd villain,
with somo knowledge of the criminal law
"so much a long communion tends to
make us what we are" conducted tho de
fense. He generally kept r.ialiciously cool,
but once or twice he scattered fire from his
lead colored eyes and nervously fingered a
large pistol concealed in the right pocket
of lis pantaloons. His favorite method of
cross-examination of a witness whom he
disliked was to tell him "he had sworn an
infamous lie." A question arose as to the
competency of evidence offered by the state
when he coolly informed the court that if
a decision was rendered against defendants
he shoulfl decline to make further defense,
What he mennt by this statement was not
clear to thoso who heard it, but fortunately
tho court adjudged the evidence improper,
and tho trial progressed peaceably tp the
close. Tne defendants proved by them
selves that their purposes were lawful and
praise-worthy. Jonathan Belt himself an
indicted murderer, tearfully declared that
Hambrink was a kind,, good neighbor, and
that, "law or no law," he intended to
drag the assassin of the lamented Hambrink
To say. that the times were getting squal
ly to the court conveys a very poor idea of
the difficulties nud dangers of the situation.
The end came at last without bloodshed,
and the defendants were held in tho sum of
$200 each to answer indictments. They
were released on their own recognizance.
Indeed, the Judge seemed anxious to get
rid of them on any terms, aud your corres
pondent is not the man to censure him for
it. I think I should have released then
without any bail, and then set up the drinks
on condition ot their leaving town immedi
ately. After old Jonathan Belt had made
an ineffectual effort to get up a "shooting
scrape" with Morris, the lawyer, who had
pressed the prosecution with great courage
and ability, the whole party retired to their
guns, which were hid in tho edge of the
town, and thence retreated to their native
fastnesses. But they intend to give
Elizitbethtown only a short respite. They
have had Hardin and Jenkins arrested on a
chaise of perjury, and will return next
Monday in force, to prosecute the
THE TEN AS WELL AS THE SWORD.
It was proven on all the trials that when
ever the clan deemed it necessary, threaten
ing letters were sent out. A number of
such notices were issued, sonic of which
wen read in evidence. The following is a
Lickpoht Headquarters: To Jack
Oldham and the balance of tho damned
Oldhams: You have two weeks to clear
out or hell will be your doom.
Hubert Hasty, Thomas Olduiau and
others were in a like manner informed that
tiny ought to leave without delay tho
homos of their fathers. A notice was found
among the papers of Hambriek which
threatened his life if he failed to drive off
two persons who were living on his preiui
sos. Notices, supposed to liavo come from
the same fruitful source, since it was
proven that branches of the clan existed in
different parts of tho country, wero found
about ten miles north of Elizabethtown.
Ben Burton, a few mornings since, went
into his stable to feed his mare, and found
her tail shingled and tho following notico
tied to her mane :
This is to hint tho way you seo your
mares tail is the what i will do for your
head, and you had better get away in sido
of to months, orl will put a holo through
W. C. and gess tho rest Ood dam you.
Ho found also pinned to his gato a card
informing him, "ben burton" in substance,
that he must get away in ten days or sub
mit to the pleasnreab'lo sensation of being
killed by a laden ball or other linrd sub
PIUSON'AL REMINISCENCES OF THE CRIM
INALS. Robert Sheridan, tho captain of tho
nameless band, has lived in Hardin county
about twenty years, and boro a very good
character until four or five years ago, when
he yielded to tho wicked influenco of the
Bolts). He is now considered "as bad as
thev uia'co 'em." Frank Justice, tho see
oml captain, lived until recently in IVpo
conti'y, where he was for a brief period,
Hifetis for some kind of patent medicine.
Vlnlo enuaued iu this business he was
mysteriously robbed of $200 that ho col
lected for his employers. Ho is now "bad
Win. Fraley hat been Indicted for forgery,
larceny, perjury aud assault with intent to
Earl Sherwood attempted to commit a
rape in Franklin county, and fled to Har
din, whero he soon got into trouble, and
was indicted for a murderous assault on
some person unknown to; tho writer hereof.
Geo. Rutliff began his criminal career in
Hardin county." Very little is known of
tho antecedents of .Morris, White and Lec
pjr. Tho last named is considered by
Jenkins und Hardin as tho most desperate
villain in the clan, and they always trem
ble for their safety when his eyes is upon
them. H. J. is perhaps tho "mildest man
nered'' of all tha Belts. Ho has yet to kill
his man. He tried once, however, to achieve
a bloody notoriety, and was indicted for
the offense. James and Arthur Belt are
scarcely grown but havo been well
trained in "ways that are dark"
and assassinations that aro .never found out.
Jonathan Belt is moro devotional than his
fellow-clansmen. Ho often prays and
preaches, "without money and without
price." His auditors havo discovered that
while ho talks "of peace on earth," a Colt's
army is concealed in his bosom, and they
arc, therefore, uncommonly attentive and
respectful. Ho is u Baptist, and none of
his neighbors have ever dared to deny iu
his presence the doctrines of close com
munion and baptism by plunging. Indeed,
such a firm believer is he in tho necessity
of immersion that he would not hesitate to
tie rocks to a heretic and plungo him into
the river whero the current runs deepest.
During the war he was a Captain under the
infamous Payne at Puducah, but becoming
dissatisfied somo say cashiered he
tried to get tho position of Major
in th6 Forty-eighth Kentucky in
fantry. Failing in this, ho retired
to the crags of his native Hardin, and rare
ly leaves them except on important busi
ness that concerns the lives of his fellow
citizens. When tho war commenced he
lived in Kentucky; whero ho got his first
taste of human blood by killing a Confed
erate soldier, several years since Huston
Belt was shot and killed in Elizabethtown
by Capt. Frank Gibson, but Jonathan got
even by sending a load oi'buckshot through
Gibson while the latter was unsvts-'
pectingly riding along a public
There wero two witnesses to this murder
one ot thorn died, and the other, fright
ened by the Belts, fled tho country. A
farcical trial ended in the acqnital of the
assassin. During the war, Joe Belt, under
arrest nt Cave in-Rock accused of murder,
was forcibly released by Jonathan and
Logan Belt, assisted by persons unknown in
THE DARK PLOT UNRAVELED
Logan Belt is tho central figure of the
group of Hardin county desperadoes the
master-spirit of all the deviltry that has
lately been perpetrated by them. Every
movement of the Belt faction has been
made in his interest to save his body from
the penitentiary or his neck from the legal
halter. He is, in some respects, a remarka
ble man. He possesses uncommon nerve and
force of character, a pleasing address, un
limited self-possession and great native
shrewdness qualities which fit him well
for leading the lawless characters whom
he has gathered about him. He was an
officer in the Forty-eighth Federal (Ky.)
infantry and soon won a first-class reputa
tion as a horse-thief. He "pressed" more
for himself than for tho government. A
soldier ot tho regiment who knew a good
deal ubout Belt's crookedness was found
dead and scalped early one morning. The
Indian who played this trick on tho
unsuspectins soldier has never been
captured. The criminal charges that have
been preferred against him in Hardin nud
adjoining counties arc too numerous to
mention in this article. Several years since
a man named Dorris whipped Belt in n fist
tight at Ellzabethtown. Dorris, a short
timo afterward, was assassinated at his own
house in Gallatin county. Belt was in
dicted, proved an alibi, and escaped. His
next man-killing exploit was bolder.
A dancing party wero gathered nt the
house of lorn Oldham, in Hardin county.
Belt walked into the crowd, coolly shot
und killed Dock Oldham, a brother of the
host and then dared any of his friends to
"take it up. I he indictment lor this
murder is the danger that Belt dreads.
Hambrink, the father-in-law ot one of tho
Oldhams, and tho only moneyed man en
gaged in the prosecution of Belt, is believed
by the best citizens who are conversant
with the foregoing facts, to have been mur
dered by Logan Belt, or at his instigation.
Tho pretended purpose of tho clan to fer
ret out the Hambrink affair, therefore, a
very thin falsehood, und was evidently in
tended as a diversion in favor of tho mur
derers. Logan Belt and a man named Covert
wero once confidential friends. Beit made
damaging admissions to Covert. A rupture
after this occurred between the two, and
Covert's life enmo near paying tho penalty.
Ho was waylaid by Ben Farley and Logan
Belt. Though badly riddled by buckshot;
ho lives to hide between courts, nnd now
fails to turn up when the case of the people
against Belt is called. It must not be
presumed that Belt is ungrateful to his
friends. In 1873 Alex Fraley, a brother to
Bill, murdered Authur Trice, but was
easily cleared by Belt's testimony.
This dark picture lias a bright side.
Although Logan Belt is running at large
on straw bail, tho probability is that he
will be convicted of felony. This will rid
tho community of his presence, and will
break up tho nest of criminals, of whom ho
is chief. Furthermore, tho shocking de
velopments ot the late trial have arousod
and united tho order-loving people of tho
whole county, and there is a general dis
position among them to hold the Belt party
responsible for every secret, lawless act that
moy bo committed in tho county, Your
correspondent would not ho surprised to
henr, at no distant dy, of a lively ropo
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Q 10(10 reinrns in S'K'.iiys on 100 Invested. Of
CI v" rjclttl Reports and Information free. Like
prol'.ts weekly on stock options of $10 to f:(). Ad
dress, T. Potter Wright 4 Co, Bunkers, Woil st.N.V
NEW RICH BLOOD!
Parson' rurt-atlvo Pill make New Ii'.ch. Blnod,
and will completely cliancu the blood In ti e t r.t!r
system in three months. Any person who will take
1 pill each n!.ht Iroin one to twelve weeks may be
restored to sound health. If such a thins be pos;b!s.
Kent by mail lor s letter stamps. I. S JOHNSON
Jt CO., lisnor, !e.
FEVER AND AUUE PAP.
CURE BY AHSOKPTION!
Without roM'n? The Letter Way.
IIVEH & AGUE PAD
BODY k FOOT PLASIEK.S
Medicated Foot Bath.
Tfcce remedies which are the oa cxolfe! t.i
the Cure by Absorption are optic sed to Lu.ii.;; Li j
been proved the chi-spen anu .Mit Erli ctuil lii n.e-
dy for all Diseases Arir'.Kgfrcia Malaria or a O.sv.r-
dreed Muiuacli or Liver, and it is a weli kuown fait
that nvsr.y all the dtri-BSe that attack tie h'taian.
body can be traced directly or indirectly to these'
It is known by actual experier.re that tl en !s
diseuso tnat attark tbe vmitn aLd aduitoi 1 o'b 'ex
es that Can even be modified by tl.e. use nf d.'it.
but that can he acted on In a fr more sat I'.'.ir
ar.d permanetU manrer by tie HoL.MAN LIViR
I'ADCO. S REMEDIES.
y uiii1jrl-wH C'liMt-w, l-'imI!y irT
knowlt'dKiHl to lx Iteyoiut t?i7'
Reach ot' MwIiHiit , hrtvo Vhh.ji r.-.v-eU
umler th Mihl Ac-tinn cn"i'ii.s.t
If questioned, send for our paint tiit. "N
Laws. " jriving extended lLionnati jn ai.d t.
nlals from the trti people ,ul ti.o countrv.
Tbe remedies arc sett by trail, post paid,
chip: of pnci. except tbe Sa,t, which i. set,!
pn at purchaser s exoeuse.
Cut;su.t.'iti'in free, and solicited r.t
our ol!.r.e. i:r
ty :nuil, k'lv.LU f.;.l discretion of yoariate
DESCRIITIVE TRICE LlaT.
RECiL'I.AR PAD-JJ ts'ij I:;r-:ent diseases. :..!
t.1'e Cii..:S a:.d IiM-r. eV
SPECIAL PAO-$1 : ( !.:..:.ic Liv.r ui.,1 m ...j-
ie h I;m (;. rs. ei.tl Ia!;,r;.i
SPLEEN LELT-f. v. ELlar.-.-d tj,.ei . J
Llvtrandl :;l:i Cuke.
INFANT TAD fl Mi; Pre-.vttasivc :.d ft: re il
Cholera h.fuLtiia and .';:u.i....r
I Auxiliaries for Ne.no :
BODY PLASTERS Si'c . u circnlative Ti- iV
. tl.rowl:,.. c:l ui-
FuoT " i,:;r 'c ructioi.s a:.i rtnv
, ii.e rain
; A-.ixili.rv fur c.,;('... s '
ABSORPTION SALT-l fcea.iaclis. tuu:l.n- of
iioxitc; Cl oMis. Ji.i.'i. extremities, etc.
Fir f'.trtl.i-r ir.f.irn. :;!(:. as to disctsi rear!.. ! v
tbe i':;d and its Aus;ii:.i".i. cotrult o.:r pIi., ...i t.
HOLMAN LIVER TAD CO.,
Rooms J acd 3, Sitter RuildlLj. St. Louis. !o.
IJ. G. SCHUH,
rlDltiLDiiir1'0 II0LMAN UVEIi
UNI'A HALLELLED OFFER.
A FREE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OF
HEALTH RESTOMXG PADS
Wa will send nnn nf nnr IlPitTti nr..
INCi PADS to any Invalid afliiet. ,t tlS" i -7 'K
TloN. COSTIMiNESS, Nervous lleui.nibe
pyswepsla. Nervon Debility and luipnie Mood
if thev wl .eliit li tl,..lr ... . uvf'
dres and aP'ree to send us t2M if it
a euro to their entire satisfaction. mt,....i...
there will be no charoo. We will do this' to con- r
VitlCO thO llUb llC of thu llllirrln. vi.li... " "
curative r uv " "
OF OUR TADS.
And that they will do ail wo say. As thisoffir
will necessarily be limited in number, wc hone
thereloro, an eany application will bo made. Ad.
dies, cryResnectfullvYc,iir. I
1.3 Elm street. Cincinnati. Ohio,
Thyaiclans speak in Term of Pralee In favor of tbo
. , , Cincinnati, Juno SP, 1P7S.
tho on. .ra.lnn n f V). P7l" I r. ' " " " ' U
" , ,-' M'lieieiieiltusiy
recommend It a an excellent remedy in all the ii'r
ease for which Dr. Forbes counsels f, ,Ci
DJl. J. IIALLOWELL,
Sit) OeOriTC Street. Plnplmmtl
What I'ev, Joseph Emery, thu well-known City
, , , , Cincinnati, June 30, ism.
Ttiiuti, it 1,nd lorn? nci.in. .n i.v ... '. '
-r v , , , , , "iiiuiu nnu ur. roriie,
I nm nlikfled that Hhllli.v,., I,.. , i. v
7- , -: Mv viii'iiiijieuu oc uoci
o cofisclenclousiy, and will pmvc all they promise"
Extract from a few of tho Many Letter, freq't -nt'ly
received at tho iifllco.
us?"? '"mi.T Hint your Pads have saved m
,f:,I.,.AD ' ' '.Wrrr Pd ha just reached
"".V." 'r.l,.v r'"iow Pf cosllvenes
; uu nni cured me of WlllotiMiosi and a tor
kil l" hVt ,I"m 1 hBV llBU" 111 twenty
& ll l-l'lV?." I","1 )' AwtUU lfftmTr(t.B.
ctoiv re. T . L. ,V V" ' WHn PPffuctly nils
jactoiy rceiii.i, chvcrfnily retoinoud them to
VY .' i
, Mil V .