22 Dec. 1896, Cincinnati Enquirer

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22 Dec. 1896, Cincinnati Enquirer - ' 1 ' ,1 -i 1 ! VISIT ' To Frantz s Pastor...
' 1 ' ,1 -i 1 ! VISIT ' To Frantz s Pastor Famishes Some Iotf resting Testimony. 'If She'd Only Shot Herself Before Before Witnesses," M..atJ Albert When He S-aght S-aght S-aght gplritail Adrire. i Thought I'd Be Arrested For Her Murder." Urstsfr f t- t- Amird nd (kirf l.rrtll t;ive JUre Llj-t Llj-t Llj-t a the . tWIU MWI SSCIS. tlAfRlH, IINKI, lPBllf '.'I lprtl- lprtl- ter.-l.nt ter.-l.nt ter.-l.nt of IVi.-e IVi.-e IVi.-e Tha. J Karrell, th BVt In. pwrtanl wlts-ee wlts-ee wlts-ee In 1- 1- Alliert J. Franta trial. e called to tr. wllnraa iad at f'"iuli tettrVd thai h Bret 1m am eoj aalnled wlh Albert J rrl Auaust .11 Ual Ma had eleo kum lleaei- lleaei- Utile, i he a l IU fliet ntalned larrrat !.. thai a alrl had bean hJla.1 end her " ihMn Into tha BtlU-Vllit BtlU-Vllit BtlU-Vllit Klvar t" Uri liefur Iteeale Utile' bAdy a fnund M was -reei -reei whan the e-M-fee e-M-fee e-M-fee e-M-fee e-M-fee taken fnm Ihe river, and ll- ll- ra,-td ra,-td ra,-td Ih a 1 1, mi of the ilti-e ilti-e ilti-e II. mi, i..,ut th. .ti.iM).iiun of the body fr.ua tha 1 In.- In.- ir area laken from th river ami the nrM autiary waa made until It waa e-nt e-nt e-nt n ih lemetery The Hupartntandent rw'.lral a i.letihune meeesae from the t.m-ieV t.m-ieV t.m-ieV la I h- h- erTWt that there a a rr(ig.' woman there nlw vinml In .w fa. T1 ti tw Cars after th daata) a UttM. A wwOThar of tit par an aanolinniM th teat taa any OtW Tamil ia rr ta rruu t aaaaaaftaav Just before Ike see rm Judg rrwn ad r teed Ilk eewoeei far but tba stale end aWfedJit that better progr t be aH or It wi4 a aicmiry ! lod sight al llfMimuWI. Jim Moor wm the "rat artta to " aflamawm. Ila was ef aarad In haadrlsg a a J, aw I ha MtlUwalar ftivar. at taa Uiwa of lit a traair. Wlulw warklns w tha Iiilllwa4ar brvdc. tha ran tar of Aaavat 27. ba bawr4 w Htnl ahwta. flral la rloaa iw raaalaw. joka Hath www work la r wllfe turn I l ba lma. a4 alawwawrt Uw akwta. Jowa Hath waa l baa raltaal ta thawiaiwl ant tol4 ft warklnc aawr Iba brMga aa4 baana tba Mra. UatlMk Lrmu tawtfla4 that aha aaw Franls 'Irivkna aff-lb aff-lb aff-lb wa Kiw-IKt Kiw-IKt Kiw-IKt avawoa, aowt 4 a k f Iba wranmc uala Lattla aval bar drach Ha waa akma tbn. hut waa prwaawiabljr nlna ta mwt Mlaa IJtlla. Anothar wrrwaaa, -butta -butta eirbalbaraar. taalna4 that ha aa wr rtuii tba avanln af AacuM 27 itrlvtaa- itrlvtaa- laaarl tba bowlavwrd. wbara ba aftarwara mat llmli IJttla. rEinrs pastor IWIaaa Mow Ibw Aeoaard Told Mlaa of I law Tra4rJ jr. On a of Iba aaraat knpartaat wltoaa aa af Iba day waa Hww. Wm. C. Taairr. rraals pastor. Ra. Mr. Taalar la tha aaaoclata mmlalar in rharca of tha Collaca Straat iNLnkarH Cburrb. to which Fraata brlonaad al tba lima of tha traaady- traaady- Hla wifa la a aao4 roualn af Iba acruaad. Ha bad known rraata. ha aald, alnra ll Tha wlt-naa wlt-naa wlt-naa wall ranamburad hln am Kranta I ha fktafu! aveoina af Auauat 27. Kraut baockad at hta door at a'rlock that nlaht. Ha raapoadad to tbw aummona at lha door aa-t aa-t aa-t Alhart ruahad In. Ila bald hla banda to hla hrad and crtad. myUod! mrodf What will 1 do? What wtll 1 do? It aha bad only dona tbla on a paMto alraat. ao paopla could hava aaan bar! Ob. what ahall I do?" Tha 1 w-ltnasa w-ltnasa w-ltnasa aald that Fraata than awoonrd. In repealing Franta'a worda tha wltaaaa atrark a dramatic altltuda. and howad hJmsrlf to ba eomawhat of aa rlo- rlo- rmlnnlal. Ilia Imitation of Krantm'a frrnaiad lunri wrra quit Impraaalva. H aald that I'ranu wa rrvlvaxl aftar soma momenta. 'What haa hapjna.). All-rrt?" All-rrt?" All-rrt?" tha wll-naaa wll-naaa wll-naaa aebari Franla. tha wlinaaa aald. then lold lha atory of hla twaathrart'a drain, rr wa thui: " Haaala I.lttla haa ahot brrarlf In my huaay lo-nlarnt. lo-nlarnt. lo-nlarnt. Hha phmrMiatl a drtva wttti nim, and 1 int hrr on tha boulrvard. Wa Urova out to lha Jtllllwalrr ltlv r hrVJa'". ait 'I Ittat aa wa arrlvad thrrr aha aakl: "I woii-Ur woii-Ur woii-Ur a hara lhat boat la which capalsxl a (aw daya aatw?" Kha auic-alai auic-alai auic-alai that I look Iowa lha rlvrr and that ha mould look up ih atrm. and that wa would tnua a-a a-a a-a If wa couhI tall anal had limiroa of It. 1 lookad down lha rivrr. aivl a mnnwrit latrr. wnilr a wrra on the bridac, a ahot narur oui at my al ia. I Wa ta aa IwatleaMad ta told nav." wr T r d-arad d-arad d-arad .aw a. ! tMatad. iwat ba iMlikif ta Rar. Mr. I Frama natO 'JfT rtTl ( MarTaai-r MarTaai-r MarTaai-r Ud blai ia kHTwVori rtaV am to tba afflea mt Jtadaro Kratiaer. Con-'. Con-'. Con-'. tmvi rilowU to AwaUi of Uarwala j - 'What rloaa (Ma nvaaaT I aaked Wm. : aad tha wltnaam. "Ha repUad that Haaa Uttl had abot herarlf la U baacy and ba t. i .w ik. h. r I wMd hira that lair. Taatar and I had arraned , V bara htm aw wlih a t Judaa Krattarr-a Krattarr-a Krattarr-a cwara . 1 aake-L aake-L aake-L I told him ta aa no ouaaUoaa. I afflea thavt arrnrna. 'Why aiawt 1 a i ba aakL I told hfeka ta aak tan oiaa but to taka tar advVc. aa ha waa ta Iron Ma ' IMII S'Z- S'Z- k.T.. ,Ti ' bunawL Wa went lo Juda that eventwc, but not lo- lo- J ""-uabt wa nuant attract ax- ax- i of waV-h waV-h waV-h arwnlna his ban Krattaar'a offlcw aathar, aa 1 thouabt tantaaa. "I don't think any oaa at Jadaw Krattaar'a orTlra aaid anythlna about tba Mr. W urawd Alhwrt to alva blmaalf up to tba pa-bca. pa-bca. pa-bca. bwt ba aeaoaod to bay a borrwr of bw-tn bw-tn bw-tn arrested aad rBBirsnm.T amrvaao To taka our adwlc. Our rounsal told us to wall fulwre daraioriman la I'pon atvrolna-that atvrolna-that atvrolna-that tba rorrias bad bawa found I can to Imytoa aaafn. ballavlna that It waa my duty to tall Iba authorities what I knew." Tba witnaaa ttum toal of a atatwmaot ba and Katr. Mr. Taatar mada to Bupenntandont of Folica Karrall anal Prwaecutor KunuVr at Jailn Kraltsar'e office, aubaaquant to tha fimima of tha body. They simply related related to tha Buparlntandent and tha Pruae-cu Pruae-cu Pruae-cu tor what Albert Krana had told them. t. C. Lwrkln. Chief of the Fire J-pAr4-mml. J-pAr4-mml. J-pAr4-mml. J-pAr4-mml. J-pAr4-mml. teetined aa to the rwcorda In has office office In the mailer of tha Are which destroyed destroyed Frants's barn. It was recorded aa bcina of Incendiary nrtarln. CWef Lakrkln ofTered to alva hla opinion of Juan bw tbe fire waa started, but lha defense objected, and he wa not allowed to do a-. a-. a-. Just before before the t'oairt adjourned to-night to-night to-night IToae-eutor IToae-eutor IToae-eutor Kumler announced that tbe atavte (null cloae Ms direct teatlmony to-morrow. to-morrow. to-morrow. protHahly by noon. The defenae will occupy nearly two daya. and II la expected that the ra- ra- bu i to I will le brtf. There ia a cfoanoa of a verdtrt on Christmas moral n a. My hor-. hor-. hor-. be In a wfld. ajirana forward the brlilae v hen L05Q LIST Or W It n peace Habpaapnaed Bjr tbf Do fenawn Laat Night. Tba dafenoe la rapklry pre pari n- n- lu tc-tlmony. tc-tlmony. tc-tlmony. Home of the moat Important of It will relate to tha question whether Besarie Uttle would have bo n physically Incapacitated Incapacitated by the nrwt ahot to fire tba second. The plea of Insanity will also form the basis or sum lntereeanr testimony. A brUUant array of medical experts will teatlfy upon these queetlona. Tha defense to-nieht to-nieht to-nieht caused ubpoaoaaa to be Issued for the following wttneaess: Howard Hua-nea. Hua-nea. Hua-nea. Isabel Fowler. Dr. Frank Fife. Dr. C. W. Km. Dr. P. N. A dame. Dr. W. J. Conklln. Dr. J. S. Beck. Dr. Oeorae W. Ooodhurh. Jacob Franta (father of the defendant!, Mra. N. 8. Brookina. John Mat-thlaa. Mat-thlaa. Mat-thlaa. U '. Hoyer. John Miller. J. K. Iieek. 1 ran ai ruea the brldaa When I rol It .nlrnl f f. II I rut K. ItMlU I.lttla I hn I ahoi herself and waa dead. I found that Mairarle Mofen. Fan Bock. Oliver Molen, , if I no'.lleil an'otTV-er an'otTV-er an'otTV-er of her da-n da-n da-n while j u. iH-sn. iH-sn. iH-sn. Clarenoe I Van. 8. K. Feravi , atone with me. utvier such clrcumaiancea, I nf1 x. Weldy, the last four named of I I would be arreeien. rmrai huraol with muroertna her. IK. i-orpae i-orpae i-orpae Ttte wnman wa brouaht ! I lita heliiia rtar Tha woman wj Amanda Hell. aahler at the Hotel t'.per, where Haaale IJtlla had hern otai'tn st rMti The f)uper1ntndenl. af'.r li.il.l na an Interview Interview with Mrs ll.ll hil llea.la Utile's oftai-ta oftai-ta oftai-ta breoahl In i "e win-e win-e win-e he..iiarter. Ananaa the ffei-t ffei-t ffei-t m a Wtiar ! Jai-ob Jai-ob Jai-ob yranls, fa'her ..f II..- II..- jirl..n-r jirl..n-r jirl..n-r Tha Hu-wrlnteelent Hu-wrlnteelent Hu-wrlnteelent -til -til for Alliert J K rants He aakel I rants if he knew lleaala Utile. Franls mM 'hat ha -lid. -lid. In reaponee to uteetina Krtni .loiltteil lhal h V. II. Klenplnrer. Elte . Baker, 'joaeph Studaheker. of Flora. Ohio. Arthur K Oracle, Oliver Molen. w. D. I-an. I-an. I-an. Clarenoe I Van. 8. R. Ferjyus, By- By- -. -. i nm eiiiw i ii r- r- xnur nmman m vv mi In Jail and i t'harlealon. Ohio: Ir. Jenner. Ir. gpHler. ThUa wou.d !),. K 11. Bake, l'eter Bo Under, H. H. Wor- Wor- min me. H I threw her eornxe into tne t'asalua Bond. J. K. Wolf. Jesse Kum er. Zcnas Cral phua Barnhart, ronsj in ; aaret Chal do? Mra I river, oil. my (lod! What shall ahall I dor "Alliert ton have 'lone verv ihr-iwlna ihr-iwlna ihr-iwlna her loty Into lha river." I What ir. Zcnas Crala. IJssle Ixmrnecker Jeanette t hairoers, saVI, I a -en -en had lat lb-awe lb-awe lb-awe I. Mile ihe prevkiu Thurwtay a'tarnieiti. Iewren 3 end 4 o'clock. I'rania th-n th-n th-n lulhiha oft-repeate.l oft-repeate.l oft-repeate.l ainry m hew he ha-l ha-l ha-l Inaulreil fur Heaala at lha lardlna houae an-l an-l an-l iald her lioard an-l an-l an-l that -a -a dala't know whara she was Mr and Mra. IJtl a were summoned anl aail Ilea-e Ilea-e Ilea-e waa not at their hniuie. Franla waa then aem la lha emetery lo view the enrpee. tloai hla return Frsnia ilolared that the renaelae were nl thaeif Heaata I.llile. Tha tiiparlntendeavt waa atlanil that they ware an-l an-l an-l nuaetloned Franla Ha aaked Franla whether ha er rarrlad a revolver Fraata replied: "Hefjre tlo-l. tlo-l. tlo-l. Mr. Farrell. I never he-t he-t he-t a revolver In my life " Tha tin-r-ertntaaadent tin-r-ertntaaadent tin-r-ertntaaadent tin-r-ertntaaadent tin-r-ertntaaadent ueatloned lilna aa to hla reJ a alerts with Mlaa Utile. rxan -riMrassiO!. -riMrassiO!. I "Ifa denied lhat ha hal been Intimate wrfc bar." aald tba Hupaaiatendaot. "Ho oaM that ha loved the atrl. and would have aaa it I ad bar had ha been financially able u ibs ae. tie tntemied ta make her hla wife aa veoa aa palbl v He afterward admitted that ha baea aullty of Intimacy; that Dr. O. K Frwaot had tol l him that she waa m a delhaata ouaidlllna. Franta aai-l aai-l aai-l tha doctor awea tbera a preavrlpUoei. rhU-h rhU-h rhU-h Franta hail aliwd at Curneira druatre- druatre- "1 finally accused Franta of cauelna the rleeth af the eH He denied K. I queatloned him fiwtber, and be declared that ha would auaawar Do snore Inqutrlea until ha had an apportuaMy to xnault laajal counsel. If ywu aaw Innorarat,' I aald, 'I ran t aea Why you aboul-l aboul-l aboul-l want lecxl on unaal.' H In-ataaaed. In-ataaaed. In-ataaaed. aad I told him that I would sand wtat at an e for srhatever aceorney ba da- da- aarad. Ha aaai be wanted Jualae J W. K i-ontlnued i-ontlnued i-ontlnued the wllnesa. "Then A Inert falnt- falnt- .-I. .-I. .-I. and waa unconecious fur fully li minutes. minutes. i NM:a a arkAt.1. "When he rearalne-l rearalne-l rearalne-l consciousness what III ha say?" aaked I'roaecutor Kumler. "Ha aald:. 'I deln't know what eTle to do than lo throw her Into Ihe river.' " was tbe answer. "I aaked how she ant a revolver, and he replied. 'She asked nie early in the weak for some money to aet storklnaj and other rhrthea. and I lava her f.V That money must hava been ueed to aet tha weapon. Al leauat that's the only way I know of Imw she roil 1. 1 have obtained li. He aald she haul thrown It where II novrr would be found. Albert asked me what ba should to. I lold him I did not know how to ad-Vlae ad-Vlae ad-Vlae him. Ha Bald hr brtlered he would ro lo tba rtver and drown htmee-.r. htmee-.r. htmee-.r. I nerauad-e-l nerauad-e-l nerauad-e-l nerauad-e-l nerauad-e-l him not to do ao. I lu) 1 him 1 felt he oiiayht to KO to the polhe, five himself up an-l an-l an-l tell I hem all about It. "We eonc)iled to send tor hla brother. Kav. Isaac Franta. of I'leaeant Hill. W wrote him a note that nlaht, teHlns him Albert wajvted to aea him on Important buet-neaa. buet-neaa. buet-neaa. Mv wife took It to hla brother. Wa 1 wanted Franla lo ao to hla home aa soon i aa poaslhle. We did not want him at our I house. We feared he would commit sul-I sul-I sul-I ride and that we wotild lie In the earn fix waa Albert left our house at 11 o clock hat nlaht." more. Ohio; Mrs. mera, Noah A. AllMUiRh (ant Oetrli k. Charleston, Ohio; Mls Ida Swindler, K. Htoner. of Uttle York. Ohio. Adol- Adol- Mar- Mar- of Tad of Vt'tat Ed. RE-ENACTED RE-ENACTED RE-ENACTED IN DETAIL Tho Taaiiiaaon y of Chief Tlaomaa J. Psarrell Waa Corrobaarat)!. " 'Taw bava beea to sea Judaa Kraitser wltbla the last w days, haven't your I aaked. 'Tee,' replied FTanta. "What for? I aak ad. 'About thla matter,' reluctantly replied Fraata "1 detained Franta at tbe police headquarter headquarter until after be had an opportunity ta -noult -noult hla attorney and then locked him up. At this time nu aunshot wound waa fuuead. I erdarv-d erdarv-d erdarv-d aaother autupay and thor. exiajh aaamlruatlon. Thle wwa held Hatur- Hatur- day, aWplamber a. Tha autopsy waa held, tba wound In tba ear discovered aad tba Tuutieta found In tbe brain." Tha Wupertnterxtrnt then tolj of the find ing of the ksdy'a shie rombs and tba pool of baood on the nndae. He next aWauled ' fcaa. on Isapxamhew lu, Franta admarted that he bad a-onw a-onw a-onw rl dinar with IWeaiv. Franta aaid aha had ehnt bereelf. and. through f- f- of bearuf chwratd with her murder, he threw -tba -tba body lata tbe rtver, aad also Ih Nroivwr. thanwl Nevln. In r rasa -a -a xa mi natron, only eualaeal Cbaaf Farrell a few minor queettoaA Ha waa rut aaked tba satire of hla Brat lu f ersnartoa. to tba effect that a gtrt ha killed aad throw a tnte the river, wbica I prior to tba finding of Beanie Utile's la tha atreaoa. Had ha beea ques tioned! aa tn tola tbera would have. beea ,eeaao aTikTUM paacuoovaaa, ' Jaahert Honaeker teatUlad that ha aaver taa Fraata uatd the night thai Fraata's Taara buraeA He raa ta tha Bra and at taawpsad to rush la aad save tha be whica tbe wltoeaa could hava dona Fraata arotaatsd. grabblnc blm by tha arm. and earl a bo did got want any mag to rtak has Hfa to save iho horse. T aaked him whether tb bora waa la- la- gered. aad Franla ran lied that It waa not.' oaM tho witeeea. 'Well, 1 -can -can a land tba toao If yeu raa. 1 aaid to blm. Tho Bra bad aet reached, tbo horse, aad It could bava Thar wag a delay la turning BLOOD SPOTS Were Notlfrtl r Franta'a Vest Ity Km. Mr. Teetrr. DM you see any stains or spots on his lothtng V asked Proeecutor Kumler of Rev. Mr. Teeter. Tea He had on a light rest, and there were spots of Ink or blood upon It. Tbay ware red spots. "The next day. continued the wltneea, laaaa Franls arrived and called upon me Immediately. He thought It advisable to get legal couneel at once aa to Albart'a and our own culpability In the matter of keep-lug keep-lug keep-lug secret Bessie Little's suicide. I had engaged engaged Judge J. W. K re 1 1 sec to do some legal buelnaa for me before, and I suggest ed that wa go f him. Wa called upon Judge Krellsrr and told him. In a hypo thetical way, without, on that occasion, making public tha facts of what occurred. 'We received some advice, and mad an engagement to call upon Judge Kraitser that evening with Albert. We three went there that evening The Brat thing Judge Krevtaer said that nlaht was: AMet-t. AMet-t. AMet-t. do you know now traat barn revuarht fire? That la a bad thing for you. That buggy might nave been important evl dance for you.' 'Albert replteo: '1 am very sorry, not 1 On the Stillwater Bridge Waa lie-sale lie-sale lie-sale Little's Death. Tha principal features of Beaale Little's tragic death were re-enacted re-enacted re-enacted to-night. to-night. to-night. A few daya ago there testified for tba state John Herhy and his daughter. Miss Jean- Jean- nette, market gardeners, living about 21)0 yards north of tha Stillwater bridge. They claimed that they heard, the night of the tragedy, and at the precise hour when Be ale Little met her death, a scream, followed by two pistol shots In quick succession. Since their testimony waa given It has been disputed. It being asserted that no ong living as far from tha TorMre could have heard either the scream or the pistol. Superintendent Superintendent of Police Thoa. J. Farrell planned a test, which is to be Introduced in evidence to-morrow. to-morrow. to-morrow. Superintendent Far rell. Detective Frank Mc Bride and George Niedergall. W. T. Stewart, a Cincinnati business man. and Thb EMQCtRER cor respondent, went to the Stillwater bridge between It and o'clock to-night. to-night. to-night. The Superintendent Superintendent drove out In a buggy. Tbe two detectives and Thc Enquirer correspondent went to the points where John Herby and his daughter bad stood. Superintendent Farrell then imitated a girl's scream and Bred bis 32-caltber 32-caltber 32-caltber revol ver twice. Both - whota and scream were clearly heard. HAS FRASTZ CONTEgSED? No little excitement was' created at tba courthousse to-day to-day to-day by a rumor to the affect that Albert Franta had made a con fees! on of the crime charged against him. It la said hat he told his father all about the alleged killing of Heaale Little. The elder Franta said to-night: to-night: to-night: "I will neither affirm nor deny he story. The attorney ror r rami deny tnat ne has made any confession. don't know huw at happened to burn 'We had Albert tell the story of Beaale little's death to Jualae Kreataer as he told It to us. Then the Judge, his brother and urged trim to oiva himbbls ir. llake a clean breauat of the whole affair and let the taw take Ha course. If he were livnocent he wpuld be acquitted. Albert fined to do trna He aatd they would htm. and he wouhl ratner die than go to lall. W were on the point of sending for na Chief of loltc and having him arrest ed. but he pleaded ao urgently that Judge Keattaer nnanr auviaeu an oi us 10 rauaui miMa ami awall develo omenta. M .. . , i . .l . we went away ano atii ami. e n 1 11 re Kreitaer'a office the next Sunday evening for the purpose of persuading him tn allow us to make a statement to tha pub lic, aa the papers were insinuating aooui tha mveierloua stranger wno nan caiaeo upon, him. and they were doing ua quite aa n.oa itMmake aa If they used our name. Judare Kraitser still advlaed secrecy. Thla - Mrtee tna notiv eras tounu. I M.I vmi ever la Ik to franla anout nts re- re- lattuua with Heaala Littler' asked the rro- rro- utnr. I would ask. renlled the wltnews. "be fore answering that question, whether It la neceaaary fur a minister of tne uoepet to ka public conversation ne nas naa witn to ma a pasrlshioner whom he haa aummoned hlta to receive apirltwal pkdviceT" a Tirxuax rxM-rr. rxM-rr. rxM-rr. The defenae arsrued that Re. Mr. Teeter stuwild not be reuulred to make public mat tare which had coma to him aa a private roramuidcatlua from a parishioner. A long wrangle ensued between the opposing ooun-eet. ooun-eet. ooun-eet. Mr. Kumler claimed that certain mat ters had been withheld rrotn tne gra.no jury, with the underatandlng that they should ba aad r-uMrc. r-uMrc. r-uMrc. If desired, whea lh oaa cam up for trial. CVdonei Nwvin declared that 1a that aaant a bare waa wot Included any condition that such a private cooveraalion aa this ahoold be made public. Rev. Mr. Teeter becaan coriai-leraNy coriai-leraNy coriai-leraNy excited and declared that uniee the Court compelled him he would wot give the teatlmony demanded by tb prosecution. Judge li roans aald h was not satisfied that the matter waa of such a nature aa to warrant exoiuuing n. air. Teartaar aald be bad heard of cartel a report and summoned "Brother Franta" to talk saw a km about tbera aad I art him epirrtuai advice. The prosecution flaaliy ueeiaon aaa toaa tn witness Contln- Contln- beid Kreit a m.m aiarw rraau anode no aoTort a aa r withdrew tne n ' .. . ww I he need not tell anything about It. . m'.' " " " JL. , i , -T -T I wsag hla teotwaony. the witness aald be ""HfLTf '.r?-2U '.r?-2U '.r?-2U ! eumeroue coa.ult.rton. with Judge K . .'.- .'.- '. . ,k. see resrwrdtng Albert a trouble. . . i k - a- a- ih. r. r-a r-a r-a an-l an-l an-l ua Ur. Cnd-r Cnd-r Cnd-r erosa-examloatlon erosa-examloatlon erosa-examloatlon Rev. Mr. Teeter tn4 that ,h" "' lrStPji, Vke aald that when Franta a brother urged him. Heoawker there, aaa- aaa- CorTwooralao tho- tho- lot- lot- Judg Kreitaer s orrlc. to give hlmaeif tar a iaA tmaay. . "jVw. up to th pollcaa the defendant exclaimed: ?rzr?sZZz-. ?rzr?sZZz-. ?rzr?sZZz-. To,1. 1:.-? 1:.-? 1:.-? it-- it-- it-- i kmd i r-.Trefu-ed r-.Trefu-ed r-.Trefu-ed r-.Trefu-ed r-.Trefu-ed ??ielmv.'tb- ??ielmv.'tb- U tiy CroweU. a teaehor la tha -y-ll -y-ll -y-ll -y-ll -?kaow -?kaow rnynj.-rr rnynj.-rr rnynj.-rr Dayton pwblle' arhoota. testttled that aaa A. aald. I aaow tny ouaaaaaa. Bcwau Uttle take a ear at Jefferson at ran rtRsv Oaorg Mlrbotaa aaM be was on of the f ra t arvtv at the Are. He declared that Fvweia made a effort t save tb baea a. ata-t ata-t ata-t did Pot eatad la a Bra alaraa. ' kr. K. Frwwcl teatina.1 that TTraata aad IVaaale Little eoaa-vaitad eoaa-vaitad eoaa-vaitad bin July 14 Ua. was baa t etc. low tbal Mlaa Little w- w- n o dealcata condition, lie gave that r-e r-e r-e praorrlptht at that lUae. A weak later y-ra.nl y-ra.nl y-ra.nl a railed wpAn blaw. H gave-blm gave-blm gave-blm a preecritHMMt ( auttva fepaia to gtv Mis -j"'-- -j"'-- -j"'-- -j"'-- . : .. rati eaueaa aa street tb evening of her death and go to ward the boulevard, we ere u wag kllarwaxu Bt I EI3 SS0THXE ad praerripUoaa j not with bar TJttl ala railed and received foe br stoenacb. Frta was L. .h Law raited. Oa i a,-raalS a,-raalS a,-raalS waalad t know how t ralie-ve ralie-ve ralie-ve Mae mtm m Mi-aaeaa. Mi-aaeaa. Mi-aaeaa. c w i - e- e- ., -ad -ad btaaa. however, to laoav It appeared f latent a. tbe wltneea a.l.-K a.l.-K a.l.-K had bee - a aaiaaral svnantowaa. waa iZ a ho auiavey daaoonat rated that Mae ljitle waa wot In a dalle la aoadittoa. He tiler ran lavaaa any ad vie aa to boar to prv.l Vllir v.a raaaan. wear wetahbor of TelU A boat tb OoattVoaloai Mad To Ilisa By Albert. - 1U. Isaaa Fraata. tb prisoner brother, la a tali swan aad a typtcal Duakard la ap- ap- poartea. Ha testtflod that bo Brat learned HIS OTHER SWEETHEART. One of th moat notable witnesses to morrow wtll be Mlaa Molll Cart, tha other sweetheart of Franta. Borne lov letters written try Franta to Miss Cart ar to be Introduced in evidence. The most Important Important of these letters Is one written the afternoon afternoon of the day Beaale Little met her th. In It Franta tells Miss Cart that he will call upon her tb following Saturday Saturday evening and that he desire ber to tell blm then whether or not he will be hla wife. HOTEL GOSSIP. Colonel Lynch M. Terrell, of Atlanta, Oa., Superintendent of the Southern Railway Mall Service, and who haa been connected with tbwti branch of the -Government -Government for 3 year, waa at the Gibson yesterday. He wa here to confer with this end of the Una on Important matters. He wa super seded under political pressure for place un der Cleveland' first Administration, which led to an embarrassing diamrrangement mall manors. He waa quickly reinstated under the Harrison regime, and not dis turbed by this Democratic run. H la strict ly a man of business tn ma department. and hi friends think that h la just th man for First Aaelataat Pontmaater Oeneral. Oeneral. but he says that he ia not after that or any othfer preferment, but to perfectly content to remain and do business sat th old pkace. Colonel Terrell Is a brother of the late Oeneral William H. H. Terrell, of Indiana. Auditor of the ! nlted state Treasury, and he Is a roualn of the prtsecat Minister Turkey Terrell, and a cousin of th lat hefinaster to Belgium, another Terrell. Mr. Luke Hunt, of th Emery,' says the cafe will not be closed, a published soma trm ago. Inasmuch aa tt la doing an Increasing Increasing business. last week and ta week before exceeding the receipt of th aame weeks a year ago by SIUO each, under a new chedul of price. , .. Mr. Horace B. Dunbar." of th Gibson. who left for New Tork Saturday night, will return to-day. to-day. to-day. A peculiarity of Mr. Dun- bar rjervsrirskUassa I that h never re mains anywiaei B erwsy arooa nia aa oiufa than 24 hour outside ef tb transit time. He baa never yet visited his nearest relative relative more than a day and Bight under any clrrumstsances. and be will not deviate from this fixed rut. Th Cincinnati Hotel. Men Association held their regular sneering at the Grand yesterday, and closed up th businea of tb year. Messrs. Mueller, of - the Dexmlaou; Max wall, of th Palace, and Potts, of th Bur-net. Bur-net. Bur-net. were appointed a commit taa to aram-tnat aram-tnat officers of tb aeeui. Intluii to he elected at th next .sedating, tb third Monday- Monday- January. A lady Adjutant ef the SaheaUion Army pok t rhe matting soliciting doae--Uons doae--Uons doae--Uons for Ua (Nirtatmaa dinner ta be gives to rr poor, which will t responded ta tbe projaraster asvtMvtdusJly. . . - - , ver, t pefar aa opara-I opara-I opara-I rreta sobeaoeeat devaiep-aa devaiep-aa devaiep-aa aaid. that hla d legncei a. -slsnoly -slsnoly "uheellve ' aant w . e r-lsua. r-lsua. r-lsua. v,7 Tj ure, l'alee Uttle. foetee pareeita II t7 das, d Birl. toad about elandeatl Ifj. 'a ttr-een ttr-een ttr-een Hea-a. Hea-a. Hea-a. and rraata A-rvla A-rvla A-rvla i-"as i-"as i-"as saw rs4a pas th resadaaic f mn Milk ranlaad saiaas so wlisv T Albert baiag la am bind of rroabl He beard -I -I baard taat about Auguat 1 about hla brother. LtttVa waaasd his alia i it. I talked to bit aa a lie ui sfng ta affair. I advssed kaas. hJa nrssnlse t th lady, if hlaa ts mad saaa: not t trtfl with her, and. abov all thins a. To do ae thing rasa. All-art All-art All-art waa nesieeeasnarnieattv auad rave me a aatia-rartkoa. aatia-rartkoa. aatia-rartkoa. Ha aaid Maaa lattia waa a sue "-I "-I "-I next saw Albert tb eventnar af Aret 5. Mra. Taatar toid an of a Ueath aa- aa- Baa, ate LMtla, arel tamt ray l '".T .S i I mmm hare. SJd CSjiad aa Rev. Mr. T-eater. T-eater. T-eater. We went . fno ef Judge Kre-r. Kre-r. Kre-r. t beiiaared it T i m .uTaaiH.r 1- 1- noaatsa. Dr. Joha VTerk. of tlotnerset, Ky a wan-kaown wan-kaown former Clrarlanatian. I la th tailing hi marry rrlend some rich alfn about tb fine deer they are killing aad Dig oaa rney ar catching do wa la racially of Boaiaerseta Mra. R. D Steigner. Mia E. Carpenter and Mr. aad Mra. Charles H. Welch, Atbaaa. Ohio, ar at ta Fmary a a Cariat-as Cariat-as puccbasmg tor. Mra. Frank Cbamo mmi daasghtar. Oaorg M. Etchalbergw aad wife, Mrs. A- A- Mosgrov aad Ml Eaama Mosgrr, i nam, in. ar at th Chriatma trip. . - - . . Mr. U. C Ban area, of Maeaphla, a popalar empkBy of ta M amp hla -TlTialaa -TlTialaa at Cntral RaUroad. la a ta Born. To Car a fold la On Day Asao-ea Asao-ea Asao-ea Brass Qaiataa TaShaaa aif tan eatesd las asay U at tMUmTml?

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