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Ghastly Discovery at Beaver
Dam Creates Sensation
Infant Child Had Evidently Been
Strangled to Death
Quite a sensation was caused Sun
day by the finding of a body of an
infant in an old well at Braver Dam
J fire recent rains caused the water
in the well to rise neatly to the top
Children playing about the well
discovered a bundle of clothing float
ing on top of the water
The bundle was taken out
and unrolled The body ot H male
child was found Around its neck
was tightly tied a cloth The body
gave the appearance of having been
in the water for about two months
The well is situated in front of an old
railroad hotel at Braver Dam The
verdict of the coroners jury at the
inquest conducted by Judge J B
Wilson County Attorney protein was
to the effect that the infant came to
its death by unknown hands
vMuch indignation has been aroused
over the finding of the body and theI
matter is being investigated Certain
parties are suspected and an arrest is
likely to take place in a few days
About two years ago a similar case
came to light In this county
Ugly Charges Were Made Against
Him After He Left Home
Rookport Ky Feb 24John
Heck who has been gone from here
for four montliH returned last Fri
Aiy When Heck left there were ac
cusations of forgery against him it
being charged that he had passed
forged noteH and check amounting
to 1000 Alter he left he wrote from
Canada saying that he was beyond
the reach of the law and would never
return He stated on his arrival
here that he had come back to face
the music and would Luke his wife
and childrrn awareIt is belived that
he has made good with the parties
whom he has alleged to have injured
and that he will not be molested
Rev Maddox Dead
Last Sunday February 21St at his
owe near Rockport Rev D J K
tflddox died in the sixtyeighth year
of his age In early life he wedded
Sallie A Tichenor who answered
deaths call only a few years ago
On the 27th day of last November
he was married to Mrs Lou Tichen
or who with eleven children and a
host of friends mourn his death
Rev Maddox had seen fortyfive
years of active service in the ministry <
during which time he preached for
many of the Baptist congregations in
this and adjoining counties He was
choeen Moderator the Gasper Rivet
Association a number of times and serv
ed in that capacity for several years
It may be said that a truly good I
and much adored individual has en I
tered into the rest to the faithful ofI
God 1
News Is Expensive
News from the seat of the Russo
Japanese war is being cabled and tel
egraphed to Chicago at a rate of from
2S to 50 cents a word The for f
mer rate obtains from points in China
especially Chee Foo where much of
f Be direct news originates The
fphigher rate is from Japan
i Press messages from these points
are scheduled to pass over the recent
ly constructed Commercial Cables
via Manilla Hiawii and San Fran
cisco and must travel 12 Gob miles
before they reach their destination t
A cablegram from Japan containing t
1000 words less than a newspaper t
column costs 50500 1
For Sale or Trade i
A fine Jack coal black For fur I
ther particulars call on or address
v Matanzas Ky I
Sensation Sprung in the Cyn
thiana Court House
Witness of Jett White Trial Says
Fear Made Him Lie
Cynthinna Ky Feb 23A sensa
tlon occurred at the court house this
afternoon when A C Adams plead
rguilty to the charge of perjury and
was given the minimum sentence ot
11one year in the penitentiary
Adams was one of the principle wit
nesses in the trial here lant Septem
her of Curtis Jett and Thomas White
lewire were convicted of the killing of
J B Marcum and James Cockrill at
Jackson Ky Adams was allowed ton
address the jury While weeping heR
said he perjured himself on account
of the fear of being killed afterwards
rein Breathitt county it he testified to
what he knew
He said George Bowling came to
him and said Curt Jett had killed
toMarcum tor Callahan and Hargis
and that he would have to testify for
him He said he refused and Sher
I JJ4 GiJJtfjjnn came tp him nenlij
with a letter from B F French who
iswas attoney for Jett and White in
their case and told him it he did
senot testify that he would go like
Marcum did He said French told
him that he Adams knew about the
French 1versole leuti in Perry county
and that he French was a man
eater Adams said the suit o I
clothes he had on came from Hargis
store and that French had promised
him 51 more but said Bribe or
no bribe you will have to testify forI
Adams also said that while he was
in Cynthiana Callahan came to him
and told him that if he tried to run
1away he and his family would b eI
killed He then asked the jury to I
have mercy on him for his lamilys
mike lIe tall his chatacter was
above reproach before he got into <
the hands of the band of assassins
wnich ruled Breathitt county but
that he was willing to go to the
penitentiary and pay the penalty
for his wrongdoing but pleaded for
a light sentences
The Louisiana Purchase Exposi i
All persons having Agricultural or c
Horticultural products to be placed
on exhibition at the Worlds Fair at r
St Louis will please deliver fame t
to me or at the store of Carson Co t
so they can be shipped to Louisville c
by the 1st of March and reach Louis c
ville by the loth of March so there v
will be no congestion in shipping 1
from Louisville to St Louis Please 8
deliver at once There will be no f
cost on your part in shipping afterde
livering to Hartford fl
Chairman of Board for Ohio county c
More Trouble at Rockport d
Jim Phipps of color shot and prob b
ably seriously wounded Mary Maddox fl
also of color at Rockport Tuesday o
evening The Maddox woman had s
been living In the same house with
Phipps and his wife but some dlsa h
greement had arisen and he had are a
ranged to move away and was car Q
rylng his household goods out of the
house which he did not do fast enough P
for the woman and she began to throw n
out the plunder Phipps says P
that in order to stop the injury to his a
goods he drew his revolver and shot be
intending only to aerie the woman n
but the ball took effect in her hip a
near her abdomen Phipps was ar i
rested by Deputy Sheriff Clarence
Keown and lodged in jail Wednes
day P
dayThe r
The following persons are among
those who have paid their subscrip
to THE REPUBLICAN since our
last issue J B Hurt McHenry us
H B Taylor Prentis W F Stevens 1
No Creek J T Davis Cromwell n
E L Bullington Hartford J D it
Taylor Beaver Dam A H Davis c
Union Ind Miss Nettie Hunter n
Linton Ind Ernest Brown Echols to
Passed United States Senate
After Debates by a Votes
of 66 to 14
Senator Blackburn Casts His
Vote Against Treaty and Mc
Creary Votes For it
Washington Feb 23 The United
ofStates Senate todayratlfied without
admendment the treaty with Panama
for a canal across the Isthmus of Pan
ama by a vote of 66 tot The result
was a foregone conclusion the inter
est in the matter being only in the
division of the vote on the Democrat
ic side which was not known define
itely until the roll was called all the
Republicans hang for ratification
Fourteen Democrats voted for rat i
fication and fourteen against Two
Democrats Clark of Montana and
Stone of Missouri and three Demo
crats Overman McLaurin and Martin
were paired against it so in the tolalI
vote sixteen Democrats were for the
trefl v and seventeen against ity
Senators generally commend the I
management of the treaty by Senator
Cullom Chairman of the Committee
on Foreign Relations who has bad
charge of the measure during both
the plain and stormy sailing The f
vote was taken much earlier than f
was anticipated at first
The debate in executive session was
generally on the merits of the treaty
with reference to secret papers which
were sent to the Senate by the Press
dent Senator Morgan made a set
speech which occupied the greater
part of the time Senator Culbertson 1
made comments on the secret corre
spondence and asserted that it show
ed that the reasonable time referr
ed to in the Spooner act was known 11
to have expired both lor negotiating
the HayHerran treaty and its rattfi 1
Senator Culberson real from a letter
addressed to Dr Albert Shaw by the
President dated October 10 1913 in
which the President said he saw nt
hope for any negotiation with Colum
bin and that he would be delighted
should a revolution occur on th eold
Everything is ready lor the speedy
consummation of the treaty and both
the War and State Departments have
made preparation for the next step
the former by the dispatch of troops
to the Isthmus and the letter by the
completion of arrangements for the
exchange of ratifications of the treaty
which must take place in Washington
There is no reason why this ceremony C
should not occur within the next
fortyeight hours
M BunauVarilla the minister
from Panama was at the State De
partment today in relation to this J
matter and very soon after he has
made the exchange of treaties will lay
down his mission according to notice
he has already given His successor
as minister here will be Pablo Arose
mesa the present head of the Con
stitutional convention and father of
rhe secretary of the Panama Legation
here M Aresemena described as
lawyer of ability and a man of
The Administration intends to
press the canal project by all proper
methods As a Cabinet officer ex
pressed it the next step after the
appointment of the commission will
e to scratch dirt and already such M
members of the commission as are at
assured of their places like Admiral
Walker and Major Gen Davis have ro
been giving some attention to the
provision of the clerical force and the ed
engagement of engineering talent to M
conduct the actual work of canal dig
Esq H B Taylor Pientis made tli
quite a pleasant call while in town dl
Tuesday He remembered us in a tl1
way that always makes us smile andcr
incidentally said that THE RRlUntl1
ment was just to his liking and up
date andUPIS
Many are Leaving Christian
County to Work in Cot
ton Fields
Collapse of Tobacco Business Re
duces Them to Want and
Crime at Home
Hopkinsville Ky Feb 25 The
utnegrces of Christian county are en
during euch hardships on account of
the collapse of the tobacco business
Itthat many of them are leaving the
connty A large number have during
recent months life to work in mines
on railroad or as teamsters in the
larger cities
Some last vear went to Honolula to
engage in growing sugar cane
Last week a party of twentythree
went to Ita Bena Mis to work on a
big cotton plantation Mr Riley Ely
formerly of this city is interested
with his brotherinlaw in the man
agement of a tract of 7000 acres of
richriver bottom land in Mississippi
llpoPo > Jch thg fiDtst lJ1Jt ntcottPrJ
are grown Their tenants during
the last two or three years have made
so much money raising cotton that
many families who could not afford
to buy the high priced lands in Mis
slssippi have crossed over to Arkan
sas and bought homes for themselves I
Several families cleared 1000 each
last vear The prosperity of these
tenants has left vacancies to to be fill I
ed and Mr Ely has employed Mr
Gatio Henrr to secure about 100 col
ored tenants for his plantatipns and
Mr lir pry will go to Ira Bena to
manage the plantations for him
The first installment of several fame
ilies vent last week and found good
houses waiting for them and supplies
Cotton has been selling as high asI
IS cents a pound and it is no more
trouble to raise than corn it has sent
wave of prosperity over the South
while the bottom has dropped out of
tobacco growing interests of Ken
tucky through the operations of the
trusts that control the entire supply
Nearly all the crop of I9j is still un
sold and the prices offered are below a
the cost of production
Land owners of course suffer but
the colored tenants are reduced to a
condition of destitution and in many
cases to crime to prevent starvation
Y M C As Return
The following of Hartfords young
men were in attendence of the State b
Convention of the Young Mens o
Christian Aesiciation at Bowling b
Green last week is
Ivy Dodson Roy Miller Otto Mar is
tin D W Williams Felix Lake
Clarence Rusdell Raymer Tinsley ti
W Marks Oscar Stewart C P b
Nowlin Chester Keowen Cecil s
Stevens John W Taylor Odle Allen
Charlie Wilsou Malcum Pirtle Hen
Pirtle Burr Morton Douglas w
Felix Grossie Williams Frank Fore d
man Ben Patterson and Ney o
Foster b
Mr Arthur Milligan of Madison a
ville is visiting relatives at this c
Messrs J W Ford Herbert Haynes h
and Arthur Ford are confined to their to
rooms with measles t
Mr George Milligan and wife and it
Miss Mattie Milligan visited relatives d
Ensor Sunday
Mr Ben Givens went to Owensbo
Monday Hl
Mr Wave Bartlett and family mov ted
from this place to near Whitesvllle t
MondayMr v
Mr James Skinner died at his home
near Patesville Monday of consump tj
tlon He leaves awife and five chil
dren His remains were brought to j
this place and buried in the Panther
creek cemetery jc
Mr John Brandon and family visitM
at J H Millers Sunday
Mr and Mrs E W Lyons spent °
Sunday at Wm Hollands near
Whitesville tl
As Interpreted by ExPresident
Grover Cleveland
Mr Cleveland now takes a stand
for tariff reform economy in the ex
penditure of public money loyalty to
principle a change administration
in the Philippines and I suppose in
the United States and a condemna
tion of Mr Roosevelt for his Panpma
The windjammers of the Demo
cratic party have consumed tons of
air in the treatment of these phan
toms in the past There is an old
story that ought to te familiar to
most people about a father who had
two sons and a certain piece of work
he wanted done He said to one of
his sans Son go and perform that
work and the son tall I go but
he went not and the father said to
the other son Son go and do that
work and the son swore and said
I will not but he went and did the
work We find a parallel in the Dem
ocratic party That party says
Give us control of National affairs
1and we will give you tariff reform
The power is given them and they
answer with that compromise ofny
brad affair known as the Wilson
andt a
little there and none to speak of any
The Democratic party was In pow
er two terms Where was the tanff
reform Where the economy of pub
lic money Who defends the foreign
policy of Mr Cleveland Who can
point with any degree of pride to
those administration
The mere reference to those admin
istrations gives Mr Watterson con
niption fits
The people have been treated on
the Democratic sweet wind cure till
They must have something a lit e
more substantial
They have heard lo these many
days that the Republican party Is nI
commercial party a party of
trusts and combines They say thi
Republican party is a party of trUdtI
breeders and trust baiters
But If my memory serves me right
the Sherman antitrust law was en
acted during Clevelands last admin j
istration and in due time for him to
have applied it but he did not do it
Mr Roosevelt believed that law
was intended to be enforced and ao
cordingly he tried its virtue on the
Northern Society Company and with
what effect the reading public know
And because of his firm stand against
bad trust he has Incurred the enmity c
of Wall Street And the calamity f
howlers cite that tact as proof that he
not safe as a leader If Wall Street
for the nominee the howlers say
Behold a man of monopoly and
trusts and if Wall Street is against
him they say Behold a man un
safe Ye hypocritesp
You have denounced and fused t
with everything you have thought
would give you a lease ot power You
denounced Populism and then seized
on to its wildest vagary 16 to 1 or
bust and proclaimed it from every
crossroad as the only means on the
face of the earth whereby all the im
aginary financial ills present or to
come might be eradicated or averted
Your peerless leader Mr Bryan
helped more than any other one mana
shape the Philippine policy and t
then jumpted on it with both feet as cIt
were before the ink was fairly
dry that recorded it
When President Roosevelt a year ft
ago anti nvmed in the Anthricite I ot
strike and appointed a board ot arbla
trators to adjust the differences be tl
tween the operators and the miners
your press teemed with slurs and ti
jeers They rung all the changes on In
the word unofficially They 0
would have made that arbitration a a
failure if they could have done ita
They thought they saw some polit ed
cal advantage that might accrue to n
Mr Roosevelt if the arbitration suc n
ceeded Your press urged and importuned I
the President to take action on the
0 1
The Remarkable Experience of a
Prominent StatesmanCongress
man Meekison Gives Peruna
a High Endorsement
Congressman Meekison of Ohio
Hon David Mcoklsou is well known
not only in his own State but through
out America Ho was elected to the
Fiftyfifth Congress by a very largo
majority andis tho acknowlcdgcdlcadcr
of his party In his ccction of tho Stator
Only ono flaw marred tho otherwise
completo success of this rising states
man Catarrh with its Insidious np
proach and tenacious grasp was his
only unconquered foe For thirty years
he waged unsuccessful warfare against
this personal enemy At last Poruna
came to tho rescue Ho writes
1 have used several bottles of Pe
rand and I feel greatly benefited there
by from my catarrh of the bead 1
feel encouraged to believe that It I asa
It a short time longer I will be fully able
to eradicate the disease of thirty yean
standing David Meekison Aletobcx
of Congress
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from tho uso of Poruna
writoatonco to DrHartman giving a
full statement of your case and ho will
bo pleased to givo you his valuable ad
Vico gratis
Address Dr Hartman President ot
Tho Hartman Sanitarium Columbia
Isthamian Canal anti when in his
own good and opportune time he
weird thv irate the welkin ring
with imprtcatior s They could see
n his rccnnition of the Panama Re
public nn un ardoubl violation of
some cherished principle of Demo
craric ethic
Think bout those principles of
Democratic political ethics for a mo
meat kind tender How it made
them to say they would enact a law
that would leave nothing to chance
also it there is any stealing done
the Republicans shall not do it
H > ve you ever read Mr Wetter
sons editorial on Democratic ethics
How it some how at the dead hour
of midnight will lay hold of a de
fenseless unsuspecting and unsus
pected Democrat an roll him about
on a sleepless pillow for hours and
when the enchanted spell leaves him
he may not know what it was nor
how he came by It
According to the great editor Re
publicans are immune from such at
Found Guilty of Murder and Sen
tenced to 21 Years In the
Madifonville Ky Feb 24After
trial lasting two weeks the case of
the Commonwealth J B Lin die
charged with the murder of Jesse
Barton on the fourth of last July at
Earlington was brought to a close
Monday the jury rendering a verdict
guilty and placed the punishment
twentyone years In the peniten
Llndle WPS city Marshal of the
town of Earlln ton and was attempt
ing to arrest Burton for some trivial
offense Burton started to run
away he was fired upon by Llndle
and IM1 cl instantly His trial result
in the establishment of his guilt cf
murder and punishment us above
D rrtIs Early Risers
Tho famous little pills

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