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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 February 1895

FIRE! A Fire of Unknown Origin Destroys C. B. Buck man's Stable. All. the Horses, eliicles, Harnesses, Etc., are Saved. About 10:30 011 Sunday evening flainoH were discovered issiiiftg from the roof of Neuman & liuckman'H livery and sale stable on the corner of second street and First avenue northeast. Mike Jatisen, the barn foreman, who sleeps there, was awakened and while he and some other men devoted their time to turning the horses loose and getting the carriages out another man turned in the alarm. The depart­ ment turned out promptly but by that time the flames were bursting through the roof in a number of places. There were about forty-five tous of hay in the loft and it burned rapidly. A stream was turned on by the chemical and the hose companies turned on four streams. It was impossible to put out the fire in the hay, but it was kept down and finally most of the hay was covered with a coat of ice The fire burned through the hay in places and set tire to tlie floor and a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 February 1895

IS IN INDIA? "The Havlem Coffee Cooler" la the Lion of London. SEVENTEEN SUITS OP CLOTHES. Xhe Cooler's Wardrobe I# Very Extensive, •He Wear* a Iiawouil an Rijf as a Loco motive UcadUght and UM a Valet—Mow B* Gained 11U Queer Sobriquet. Tbo pugilistic lion of the hour in Lon­ don is tlio colored lioxor, Frank Craig, 'Tho Hnrleni Coffee Cooler," who pososaa an Indian prince, who is to marry a white lieircss, it is said, an 1 who professes to be anxious to meet Peter Jackson in the aroint. Craig whipped Ted Pritohard, the English cliaiupiou, with surprising enso and ia now matched to battle with that good old has been," Frank P. Slavin, -whom middleweight Jiin Hall knocked out in seven rounds. According to his late manager, Professor Dennis Butlor, Craig Is the greatest swell in London. He avers that during tho first week of his stay in the British metropolis Craig ordered 17 suits of olothes, 3 overcoats, half a dozen Lata, 9 fancy waistcoats, 60 flaring era Tats, 8 boxes of gloves, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

•Sv r* VOL. 23. V:V THE STATE'S CASE Resume of the Testimony So Far Introduced Against Hayward. STRONG CHAIN OF EVIDENCE. Prisoner Not at All Phased by the Outlook For His Liberty. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 11.—Three full weeks have been consumed in the trial of Harry T. Hay-ward, accused of the murder of Catherine Ging, and yet the state is not tnrougd wita the forging of the chain of evidence upon which it de­ pends for conviction. At the present time it will be interest­ ing to know what the state has shown. It has proved a murder on that lonely road near the lake. Blixt, the self confessed murderer, admitted the kill­ ing and told how he fired the shot. In graphio detail he told how Harry had proposed the killing, told him about the life insurance, said he had kilted men before, threatened the life of Mrs. Blixt unless he complied with his request, plied him with liquor, met him at the Kenwood boulevard, where was Miss Ging and the buggy, and they took the fatal drive. OJher facts Broug...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

DAY OF PROGRESS An Even Dozen Witnesses on the Stand In the Hay ward Case. TESTIMONY CORROBORATORY Erwln Causes Surprise by An­ nouncing Harry Will Testify. iCNNEAPOLW, Feb 9—Tht ttate made rapid progress in the Hayward case, disposing of an even dozen witnesses dtiring the day's-session. The evidence was strongly corroborative of what has already been giyen by other witnesses, and the defense discovered no unguard­ ed poinCs at whioh an attack for the de­ fense might be made. Harry Hayward will be one of the first wisnesses for the defense, and his statement of the case will undoubtedly be the most interest­ ing of the trial, as no one except his at*. torneys has any idea what it will be. The statement that Harry Hayward will be placed on the stand was, made by hii attorney, Mr. Erwin in-' forming the state that his client, when placed on the stand, would admit hav-1 ing purchased a half-pint bottle of whisky at the Nicollet avenue saloon on the forenoon of the day on which Kittie ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

Proceedings in the Hay ward Trial Develop Many Dra­ matic Incidents. BROTHER ADRY ON THE STAND, Another Chapter in the Gin? Murder Told With Aw­ ful Emphasis. MOTHER AND SONS MEET An Affecting Scene in the Courtroom at the Noon Adjournment. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 12.—The day's proceedings in the Hayward trial devel­ oped many sensational and dramatic in­ cidents.^ Adry Hayward, brother of the abused man, was on the stand, and the mother of the two boys occupied a seat in close proximity to the prisoner. The most dramatic and affecting scene occurred at noon adjournment. Hardly had the crowd begun to push toward the doors than Adry Hayward pushed his way to his mother's side. Mrs. Hayward turned and the tears sprung to her eyes as she leaned for­ ward intoAdry's arms. Tenderly the Bon kissed his mother, who sobbed out: "Adry! Adry! How could you? How could you do it?" referring to the testi­ mony he had just placed on record Against His Brother's Life. Adry was visibly affected, and, plac...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

1rt, t'i. ik' 4?: rets of the Hawwarti Fam- ily Make Their Appear I ance in Court. HARRY AND ADRY EMEMIES. '-atter Tells of Many Perse­ cutions at the Hands of His Brother. BILL EBWIN'S LATEST MOVE. Foundation Laid For Directly Accusing Adry of .Miss Glrig's Death. MINNEAPOLIS Feb. 13.—Adry Hay ward was again the center of attraction in the great murder trial, and to his damaging story previously given he added a chapter of the private life of the Haywards, giving a sickening exhi­ bition of family skeletons, the iike of which has seldom been seen in a court­ room in Hennepin county. The cross examination by Erwin was scathing, and sometimes brutal, and the young man flashed and paled alternately with the indignation such questioning aroused. There was little feeling shown. Not the slightest doubt exists from Adty'# testimony that he and his fcrothec have been for years at enmity. It is a'.iio apparent, although denied in the testimony, that there has been a fearful jealousy between...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

Evidence of the Prosecution in the Hay ward Trial la Ail Given. STRONG CASE AGAINST HARRY. Nothing Left Undone to Con­ vict the Accused of the Murder. THE LAST DAY'S TESTIMONY. Sensational Evidence Given by a Lady Friend of Miss Ging. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 14. —The last wit* ness for the state in the Hayward mur­ der trail has been examined and at 3:35 o'clock the county attorney said, ad­ dressing the court, "The state rests here." The announcement created a ripple of surprise, but there really remained nothing to add to the avalanche of cor­ roborative evidence which has swept away the puny barriers thrown up by the defense. The remarkable story wuich Attorney Hall said he would prove in his opening address has been told by the chief actor in that bloody narrative. It has been corroborated by the scathing testimony of the accused man's own brother, and the extraordi­ nary story he was constrained to tell has been corroborated by dozens of wit­ nesses. The case as it stands fits Harry ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

JOB PRINTINC THE TRAHSLBIPT JOB OFFl0 S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. MEAT, CHEAP AND RAPII. WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Leitee.) LATDBT 0-&JR2D. Tws Tknnk Trains 2:45pm :26pm Dally. 6:25pm 7:15pm 4:06pm 7:15pm 10:05am LvMlnaptla. Ar I.v.St. Paul..Ar Lv.Dulutta....Ar LT.Ashland..Ar Ar.Chicago ..Lv 7:15am 8:40am 8:«0am 11:10am 8:16am 6:00pm 4:20pm 8:40pm 10:40pm 'Tickets sold and baggage checked threugh to points In the United States and Canada. Ciose connections made In Chicago witn an rains going East and Sooth. For lull Information apply yonr nearest amut or IAS. C. PON D, ^^•n. Put. Tkt, Agt, #i/»auJfM,W/« PMSBenger Train Time Table. Win BOC5D. 'o. 1 Pacific Mail 3o. 6 Fargo Passenger Ao. 7 Dakota Express.......... No. 67 Staples Accommodation 4o. 11 Brainerd No. 101 Morris 8:07 p. m. 1:20 p. m. 12:07 a. m. 8:45 p. m. 8:80 p. m. 8:80 a. m. •AST BOUND. NO. 2 Atlantic Mail 2:05 p.m. So. 6 St. Paul Mall 140 p. in So. 8 Bt. Paul Express 3:05 a. m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

8 1 sfrom W sii I I /1 JRandall Items. "the cold weather Bee ins to have lost its stronghold. Mrs. Frank LUCHH and Mrs. Joseph Bentler, who have been seriously sick with pneumonia. $re reported «a* improving. Chas. Anderson returned Saturday Ills two week's vaetlon visiting JTriend at Brainerd and Cyrus. •Jno. Wood, of Detroit, was in town on bufin?8B Monday T.C. Wing, secretary of the Na­ tional Syrup & Oil Tank company, of St. Cloud, was in town Wednes­ day. He sold a tank to S. C. Coch­ ran, the grocer. A petition is being circulated and road parallel to the Northern I autic rallroa.1 from Staples to Little Falls. W. P. Landell is night operator at the depot in place of K. C. Ogsbury, assigned to similar duties at Anoka. The Northern Pacific have a large crew of men loading their ties in the yard here, nbout 30,000. A man named Voss. cutting wood near Randall, mistook one of his toes for a cord wood stick Monday anl is minus a toe in consequence Mrs. Furlong, daughter Luciis,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

ATHLETIC ENTERTAINMENT. Siiceessfnl la Every Way but Finan­ cially. The athletic entertainment at the Groats opera house on Tuesday even­ ing was a success in every way but financial. It WHS given for the bene­ fit of the men's free reading room and the athletic club, but the people did not Keem to take oil Intm-st in an entertainment of this kind and the attendance was very small. The entertainment opened with some remarks by Mayor Staples. The class then eameo-jt and went through a dumb bell exercise of nine­ teen turns. This was followed by work on the parallel and horizontal barn, Spanish rings, etc. The class went through all the exercises very nicely and showed careful training and hard work. A fencing exhibi­ tion was given by W. A. Smith, the instructor, and Oscar ('rossland. This number was well received. The junior class of boys between ten and sixteen years of age went through the dumb bell exercise in a perfect manner. Many of them could have performed on the bans and ri...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

Hard Blow Struck in the Sen­ ate For Home Trade Principles. MR. JOHNSON'S RESOLUTION. Officers of Our Institutions Should Buy The Senator* Pray. Chaplain Forbes' surprise for the sen­ ators at the opening of the morning ses­ sion was an invitation for them to do a little praying tliemselvt S, and mra" of them joined with him in repeating the apostles' creed and the Lord's prayt r. The judiciary committee reported favorably tlie house bill making Lin­ coln's birthday, Feb. 13, a legal holiday. Some objection was made on the ground that Minnesota had enough holidays now, but finally the rules were sua pended and the bill passed. Senator Heneman's memorial to con­ gress favoring some sort, of financial legislation was reported favorably by tl.e committee on federal relations and passed. In committee of the whole the senate took up S. F. 120, ii:t-odneed by Si i tor Theden. It is intended to knock out tin* so called Rand ordinance in Minneapolis. If thi billjbecomes a law, any qualified...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

RNQTHGR EgLOCK. Kerrtch Mocgltta Wilt Put Up I*«r(f« »ii»4lBt Tblt' ttprlna' A* Boon spring opens work will be commenced on another large block on First street. Kerrich Steam Heat on the N. P. The Pioneer Press of Friday says of the steam heated train which passed through here Wednesday night: Northern Pacific officials were carefully watching the new steam heated train which left here Wednesday aftfrnoon for Portland on its run throygh Minnesota and North Dakota on Wednesday night and yesterday. The severe weather afforded an excellent pructical test. Telegruphic reports from all points showed the new system of steam beating to be highly satisfactory. Thert was no difficulty whatever in maintaining a temperature in the cars from 68 to 80 degrees on the run over the Dakota division Wednes­ day night. While the thermometer showed 30 below outside, the tem­ perature inside was in no part of the train less than 65 above, and even went as high as 80. Division super­ intendents and emplo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 February 1895

O BELLE REYNOLDS. Cared For the Wounded, and Governor Yates Gave Her a Commluion. "Major Belle Reynolds" has an odd •ootid, bat the title is borne by Dr. Ara bel la Reynolds of Santa Barbara, Cal., the only woman, it is said, who ever received a com­ mission in .the army. Her story is a very inter eating one. She was born in Shel bnrne Falls, Mass., but be­ came a resident MAJOR REYNOLDS, of Iowa at the »ge of 14. Her father was Dr. Mftcom ber, seven members of whose family had been physicians. MissMaoomber taught echool in Iowa for a time, and in 1860 married Mr. Reynolds and removed to Peoria, Ills. When the war began, her hnsband enlisted in the Seventeenth Illi­ nois volunteers, and Mrs Reynolds ac­ companied him to the front. She wit­ nessed the battle of Fredericktown, and when the straggle was over ministered to the dead and dying This was her first sight of the horrors of war, bnt it did not daunt her, and gfae followed the army, witnessing nu­ merous battles and caring for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 February 1895

VOL. Defense In the Hayward Case Promises a Little Start­ ling Testimon: SHOW BLOODY CLOTHES. Claim Made Tha:: They Were Worn by Blixt's Miss­ ing Assistant. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 18.—Several sur pr ses are expected in the Hayward trial in the morning. The defense has been busy all day in collecting ma ter and will be prepared to go along handily with its case. Miss Wachter will be placed on the stand and Mr. Erwin will argue with the court as to whether or not she can testify as to what Blixt said while she was taking his statement. If the court holds with him it will create a prece­ dent whereby stenographers employed by attorneys will have to be kept in the dark as regards all statements between Attorneys and Their Clients. It appears that the statutes have not been altered since the stenographer be­ came a necessary adjunct to an at­ torney's office and there is no provision for their protection. On Saturday Judge Smith was quite certain that the intent ot' the law was such that she...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 February 1895

Sensation Caused in the Hay ward Case by a Witness for the Defense. GREATLY AIDED THE STATE. Swore He Saw Harry With Miss Ging on the Night of the Murder. MUCH UNIMPORTANT EVIDENCE Witnesses Examined at Length in an Attempt to Impeach Claus Blixt. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 16.—M. D. Wil­ son, a horse dealer in this city, created a profound sensation in the Hayward murder trial by swearing that he saw Harry Hayward in the Goosman buggy with Catherine Ging at 7:20 o'clock on the night of Dec. 8. He was driving home and met the Goosman rig as he turned on the boulevard at the corner oi Lyndale avenue. This extraordinary and unexpected evidence has completely upset the cal­ culations of the theory builders and throws into the shade all of the sen­ sational developments which have preceded it. Mr. Wilson swore pos­ itively that the buggy was occu­ pied by a man and a woman. He Instantly Recognized the Woman as Miss Ging, whom he knew well, hav­ ing had business dealings with her dur­ ing the pas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 February 1895

MAGGIE TESTIFIES Star Witness for the Defense! Tells Her Story to the SLIXT AND HIS STATEMENT. Miss Wachter Says He Ac­ cused Adry of Being His Accomplice. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 19.—Miss Wachter is the star witness for the defense in the Hayward case. Maggie was put on the stand and in five minutes she had talked the attorneys on both sides of the case into a trance. The witness ascended the stand at­ tired in gray furs, a black veil and black skirt. She looked indignant and proved in very short order that her looks did not belie the fact. When asked as to the statement that Blixt had accused Adry Hayward of having been his accomplice, and said Harry was to be accused of the murder, Miss Wachtar began talking at a tremendous rate. She said that Blixt had given this as part of a statement to his attorney, but that the latter had become very angry and told Blixt to say nothing more about Adry Hayward. "After that," said Miss Wachter, "Blixt said, 'Oh, I forgot you wanted me to tell the tr...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 February 1895

v,'. I •W-'- IS® IrteA- rt 4j —. .r -..., Senate Puts In a Busy Day* but the House Takes a Vacation. VISITED THE REFORM SCHOOL. Several Unimportant Meas­ ures Passed by the Up­ per House. ST. PAUL, Feb. 15.—Only one branch of the legislature was in session during the day, the house having gone on a trip to Red Wing to inspect the reform sohool. An attempt was made in the senate to adjourn in order to allow the members to take in the excursion, but after considerable discussion the mot .on was voted down. A large number of committee reports were handed in at the opening of the morning session and all were adopted. Among the measures reported favor­ ably was H. F. 1, Anderson's bill relating to the taxation of railroad lands. Senators Johnson, MoHale and Stock­ ton were named by Lieutenant Gover­ nor Day as the committee under the Johnson resolution to investigate the purchase of supplies for the Rochester hospital for the insane. Work on the Calendar. At 11 o'clock the senate reached...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 February 1895

PARENTS TESTIFY 1 Mr. and- Mrs. HayvVard Take the Stand In the Inter­ est of Harry. IVIDENCE CONTROVERTS BLIXT. Adry Given'a Bad Reputation by the Testimony of His Father. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 21.—The fathex aii irot er of Adry and' Harry Hay ward were on the witness stahd during the day. With anguish stricken voices they answered the questions that were asked them, and did what thley could to save their son from an igrio-1 jiinious death on the scaffold. It' wai a 2ad spectacle for the declining years of life, and when the palsied father brojee down during the course of the examina­ tion there were tears in many ejtes unused to the solace of grief. Apd there was no depth of tenderness'which pity did hot touch when the mother littered words which it broke her heart to speak. day was one of progress, and de­ veloped ufficient to place the case in a clearer liph The insanity plea which the defence has all along indi­ cate I wool 1 be Adry's portion was sharply delined by both the attorne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 22 February 1895

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