31 Dec. 1896, Xenia Daily Gazette

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31 Dec. 1896, Xenia Daily Gazette - and 80.—Governor-elect was Cora The Paul's...
and 80.—Governor-elect was Cora The Paul's oldest and weddings of national hundred ceremony the prominent circles Frederick Cathedral, SAW THE MURDER OF POOE BESSIE LITTLE, A Traveling Man and a Dayton Lady Saw Albert Frantz Do the Shooting, - • DAYTON, Q., Dec. 30.—Chief Farrel has now positive evidence of the murder of Bessie Little. A traveling man and a Dayton woman have secretly revealed themselves to the chief. The woman stated that on the evening of the tragedy she and a well known traveling man had taken a walk out to the Stillwater bridge. They walked down to the bank and seated themselves on a large rock directly '96. to resume holidays entertained the spent Yellow sister Noblesville, family D. her will near O. Ga., Ed- UNDEH THE 1JKI1HZK. Suddenly they heard a horse and vehicle drive onto the bridge and stop. Then came the pleading voice of a woman a.'jd the angry tones of a man. They walked out from under the bridge and got under the shade of a tree. As they looked up they saw the man throw his arm around the neck of the woman who emitted a shrill scream. Then the man placed a revolver to the woman's head and two shots rang out on the still air. The horse started off but was checked by the man. When it was under control they saw the man lifting the body of the woman over the rail of the bridge. It was poised in the air for a second and then fell with a splash into the water almost at their very feet. Then the man drove hurriedly away. They wore almost paralyzed with fear and saw the body sink beneath of county. his for by were ^ Xmas John spent Mr. Sunday. Cri- by the muddy water. It never arose to the surface. As quickly as possible they made their way back to the city, and for fear of exposure kept tho knowledge of the crime to themselves. Tho woman said that the matter had been talked over and they argued that in the INTEREST OF .JUSTICE That the information should be givei to the police. Then it was that the letter from Nashville. Tenii,, was written. The chief's informant stated that they were unable to identify tho people who participated in the tragedy, as it was fast getting dark of a did not know who the were until they read of and they principles tho finding of the body and the subsequent arrest of Fraritz. They saw plainly, however, the man place the revolver to the woman's head and fire the shots and then saw the body consigned to the water. The. parties who are in possession of the information related above, are well known, and for reasons best known to himself, Chief Farrell refuses to divulge their names. If there is ever a second trial of the case, which is highly improbable, they will take the witness stand and tell the story of the killing. is Brice Dayton, sisters. Wo Lee pneumonia. came homo and the Christmas Linkhart. Mr. Mr. of Mr. is here sister, friends absence Our given evening the scholars had full realized, purpose of the •One Baby Screamed One Hour Dose Brought Smiles, MASSILLON, O., Nov. 6, 1S95.— Hand Medicine Co.—"I cheerfully bear witness as to the virtues of Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. Our baby, now suffered having screamed with pain for over an hour nearly four much from mouths old, colic. After we came upon Dr. Hand's Colic Cure and gave her a dose of it. In five minutes after taking she is all smiles, and at night we all sleep Mrs. F. L. Traphagen, 46 W. Charles St." All druggists, 25c. To get it. We prove Bronchini is the that will Bronchini cold, it always throat, for any known, we claim money cents.

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