23 October 1896, Xenia Daily Gazette
Are the Two Mysterious Men of the Bessie Little Case, DAYTON, O., Oct. 22.—It developed developed to-day that the two unknown men who figured in the unsolved mysteries associated with the Bessie Little tragedy, and who consulted Judge Kreitzer as to their culpability in a knowledge of Home facts supposed supposed to relate to the guilt of Albert J. Frantz in the affair, are Rev. Isaac Frantz, Pleasant Hill, O., and W. C. Teiter, of this city. The latter latter is the teacher of the' Sabbath- school, of which the accused murderer murderer was a member. Sworn statements statements had previously been made by the two men to the Prosecuting Attorney Attorney and other bflicials. Each repeated repeated the story to the grand jury. They decline to discuss the affair, and the information they have that pertains to the tragedy remains to be developed at the trial of the case.