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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 March 1895

DIED PEACEFULLY, Last Hours of the Fifty-third Congress Devoid of Sen­ sationalism. BEST OF FEELING PREVAILED. Immense Crowds of Visitors Present to Witness the Closing. WASHINGTON, March 5.—In the house the end of the Fifty-third congress was not marked or marred by any unpleas­ ant incident. All the appropriation I Us were out of the way when that body convened at 8 in the morning and the time was dwindled away until 11 o'clock, the only feature being a rather brief but brisk debate on the results to flow from the projected monetary con­ ference. The usual committee was sent to the president to inform him that con gress was ready to adjourn and the other formalities of the end of a con­ gress were gone through with. The concluding minutes were in the nature of a love feast. The best feeling pre­ vailed. The resolution of thanks to the speaker was offered by Mr. Cannon in a very graceful speech bearing testi­ mony to Tha High Appreciation in which the presiding ofljeer was held by ...

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. — 8 March 1895

4*v, *#r My The County Attorney Delivers a Five-Hour Address to the Hayward Jury. ANALYZED TESTIMONY. Not a Single Important Point Passed Over In the Summing Up. MINNEAPOLIS, March 6.—A remarka­ ble spectacle was presented in the Ray yrard trial when Frank M. Nye arose to plead for the sacredness of the laws of1 the commonwealth of Minnesota. He came into court with a pale emaciated face, and tottered to his place before the fury box. Expressions of deepest re­ gret were heard on all sides, but for five long hours Mr. Nye held his auditors spellbound. His summit up of the great mass of evidence that has been accumulating for weeks was masterful. It is almost inconceivable that in so short a time he could have covered even the important points in the testimony with the elaborateness essential in so important a task, but those who have followed the case day after day and read columns of testimony will look in vain for a single omission of conse­ quence. In a truly wonderful manner he ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 March 1895

E:'-. til I* Jlfllfe Strong Plea Made for Harry Hay ward by His Lead­ ing Attorney. TEEMS WITH FIERCE INVECTIVE. The Prosecution and Its Lead­ ing Witnesses Bitterly Denounced. BLIXT HIS CENTRAL TARGET. Alleged Accomplice Comes in for a Most Scathing Ar­ raignment. MINNEAPOLIS, March 7.—The thou­ sands who crowded into the criminal courtroom to hear Attorney Erwin's plea listened to the bitterest and most soathing arrignment that ever issued from the lips of man. An attack on the character of the state's witnesses had been expected from the defense in the Hayward case, and there had been gen­ eral recognition of the power that la in the tall, ungainly frame of the coun­ sel for the accused, but if any antici­ pated the picture he drew of crawling, groveling, fear-crazed criminality, tc illustrate Clans Blixt's relation to this case, there was nothing in the thou­ sand awe-struck horrified faces turned toward him to indicate that it waa what they expected. WN A Memorable Effort. It w...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 March 1895

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Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 March 1895

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Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 March 1895

FROM LONDON. ftn Interesting Letter From Dr. i, Roberts Now In that City. LONHON, England, Feb. 17. FRIEND WILL: Your request for a letter to the Transcript was duly received and an yet unanswered—not because I re­ pudiated your claim and that of the Transcript upon me. for I feel my Obligation for your many kindnesses and courtesies of the past too deeply to deny you anything—but because I And the choice of words to depict the wonders of this groat metropolis necessarily much abbreviated else you would think me a modern Munchausen. It is very much as if you had just returned from the Columbian Expo­ sition and someone should ask you to describe it, however. I will at­ tempt in a rough way to give you a pen picture of a very few of the no­ table places, costumes, etc, of this city. In the first place you must know thut London covers nil area ten miles square and the population of the last census gives over six million inhabitants. Truly a very dif­ ficult thiug for anyone to grasp e...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 March 1895

From Friday's Daily :4 '. THE MURDERED MAN. Brought to the City Thurs­ day Night—The Au­ topsy. Death Caused by a Blow Which Fractured the Skull. The body of Andrew Kunza, the man who was injured in a row at a wedding at Urbane Maeia's, in the town of Elm Dale, on Tuesday morning, and who died on Thurs­ day, was brought to the city Thurs­ day night and placed in Simonet Bros.' undertaking rooms. Coroner O. C. Trace immediately summoned a jury consisting of John McDonald, L. I. Brown, J.'M. Tut tle, Jos. Bockhorni, Dr. G. O. Orr and Fred Stangl. At .1:30 this after­ noon the jury was sworn in and Coroner Trace, assisted by Drs. Fortierand Wright, commenced an autopsy. They found a wound on the left side of the head about half an inch from the centre, three and one-fourth inches in length, and the skin was laid back about an inch. There is also a slight slanting wound over the right eye about an inch in length. Dpon removing the scalp they found that the cut on the head did not penetr...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 March 1895

10 NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. Military Studies Begun In the School of Brienne. HIS WAB GEBIUS FOBESHADOWED. Peflut In Manner, He Incurred the Anl moalty of Hla Fellows Arretted For Challenglnit Schoolmate—Battle of the gnow Fort—Desired to Lead, Not Follow. [Copyright, 1806, by John Clark Ridpath.] III.—AUTON AND BRIENNE. Tbe old town of Autun lies on the left bank of tho Arroux, 164 miles southeast of Paris. Here tho boys Buonaparte were put to sohool, in January of 1779. The town is an epitome of European history. It was the capital of tho brave iEduans, whom Caesar overcame in the first year of the Galllo war. The place from being a Roman oppldum became barbarian again. The Vandals had it then tho Burgun dians then the Huns then the Franks then the Saracens then tho Normans and once, tbe English. Of these vicissitudes, NAPOLEON AT TWEN1 -TWO. the monumental traces Tfiained when Napoleon, in his tenth year, arrived at the gates. He was put under charge of the Abbe Chardon, nephew of the ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 March 1895

THE INQUEST, The Inquest on Kunza's Body Completed Mon­ day Forenoon. Review of the Testimony Taken Saturday and Monday. The Jury's Verdict Does Not Indicate the Guilty Ones. Coroner O. O..Trace and a jury con­ sisting of John McDonald, L. D. Brown, J. M. Tuttle, Jos. Bock horni, G. O. Orr and Fred Stangle met at the grand jury room at the court house on Saturday and con­ ducted an inquiry into the (manner and by what means Andrew Kunza was killed in the town of Elm Dale on the morning of February 26. County Attorney Rhodes was pres­ ent, as was also A. P. Blanchard, attorney for the five men now under bonds for assault. PAUL, KROTTOSCHINSKI, of Swan River, who attended the wedding at Mahcia's, wns the first witness called. Was dancing in the granary when Henry Richardson and Julius Hanson came over from Ohutta's about 1 or 2 o'clock a. m.. saw John Kunza take one by the col­ lar and then the crowd gathered around about half a minute later a woman said that Paul Kunza was killed he ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 March 1895

•i§ ife ii p| E Si House Decides Not to Investl S ,03-te World's Fair Com missioners. SENATE NOT IN SESSION. Proceedings of the Day of an Unusually Uninteresting Character. ST. PAUL, March 4.—The honse de dines to investigate the world's fair commissioners by indefinitely postpon­ ing Mr. Dyessel's resolution to that ef feet. Many members had gone home and there was a thin honse, so the cal­ endar was not taken np. Fifteen new tills were introduced during the morn­ ing session. A resolution congratulating the people of the United States on the ad­ journment of the Fifty-third congress, was introduced by Mr. Downs.- Amo­ tion to lay on the table was lost and the resolution was then adopted. In Committee of the Whole. When the house went into committee of the whole Mr. Underleak was in the chair. The principal work accom­ plished was to report progress, on the .bills under consideration. While H. P. 285 was under considera­ tion the discussion indicated that some of the members though...

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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 March 1895

1 im if. fSSP NGHOPEFORTHEM Nine Men Entombed in a Burn ins Coal Mine at White Oak, N. M. THEIR FATE IS UNKNOWN. Million Dollars Damage Done in a Colliery at Hazel ton, Pa. DENVER, March 11.—A special to The Rocky Mountain News from White Oak, N. M., says: At 8 o'clock a. m. a fire broke out in the change room of the hoist house of the Old Abe mine and in a few minutes the structure, a large and well built one, was amass of flames. It was completely destroyed, together with the wood and smith shops. The mill 60 feed away escaped without damage. The woodwork of the shaft was burned out and the hoisting machinery de­ stroyed The damage runs high up into the thousands, but the most distressing feature is that nine men are imprisoned in the dark depths whose fate is un­ known. There is little ground for hope that they have escaped suffocation. It wiil not be possible to enter the mine to search fpr them for some time. Rescu­ ing parties' have been unable as yet to get down further than ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 March 1895

2 THE LEGISLATURE Senate Puts In a Long Day, but the Lower House Was Not in Session. MANY MEASURES DISPOSED OF. Farmers Get a Rebate of Road Tax For Using Broad Tire Wagons. ST. PAUL, March 11.—The senate did a full day's work, holding long morn­ ing and afternoon sessions. It managed to dispose of a large number of bills pending on general orders. Among them it recommended for passage Sen­ ator Keller's two bills relating to adul­ terated spices and baking powders. Also the house bill providing for a rebate of |2 road tax for every broad-tire wagon used by farmers. An incident of the morning session was the debate over the anti- Sunday theater bill of Senator Theden. The committee to which it had been referred reported adversely upon it, and the debate was over the proposition to get it on general orders, when it can be discussed on the floor of the senate. As a matter of senatorial courtesy this was secured. The New Bill*. Among the 10 bills introduced several were of some general...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 March 1895

TOOK IT COOLLY. Harry Hayward Receives the Death Sentence Without Flinching. DECLARES HE IS INNOCENT. His Attorneys to Move for a New Trial of the Case on March 23. MINNEAPOLIS, March 12.—Harry Hay ward accepts the inevitable. He ac­ cepts it with a smile and th the philo­ sophical remark that tliere is not so very much to live for, after all. "Hanging is not the worst, by a good deal," said the condemned man, after sentence of death had been passed upon Lim. "It is as nothing compared to the stigma that a hanged man leaves be h.nd him. I am innocent, but I have been convicted. That tells the whole story, so far as I am concerned now. I shall be hanged beyond a doubt in my own mind, but I shall go to the scaffold as I went today to my sentence. I have no faith in the result of a new trial. The evidence, as put in by the state, is too strong against me. I am the only man hearing all that testimony that knows positively who told the truth. Wilson lied deliberately—so did Jenks, or els...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 March 1895

I j^-ii^pewR^iF. "N'« •'SP'W^Wff'Pr-'.' 4 WHITE VS. BUCK j* fjj,1" Half a'Dofen Dead as a Re­ sult of the Race Riot at (tew Orleans. 'r '.• A DOZEN OTHERS WOUNDED. attack on, the Negroes Due to Long Standing Labor Troubles. touted with Winchester rifle balls aimed at the colored non-union men at work on the ships. The attack was made at points several miles apart, just before the arrival of the police, and, as are Bult there are half a dozen corpses and a dozen or so wounded men. The police saw the attack, but no arrests were made, they claiming they were too few quiet and the governor saw no grounds for interference, but now the business men are DcnoandoK These Officials, the militia is in readiness to move, an appeal to the federal government has Virtually been made and even the for­ eign consuls have decided to join in the move for peace at any price. The causes which have led to the trouble have been of long standing and grew out of the attempts of Vhip agents and others in­ ter...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 March 1895

I Page COLORADO'S MOB. Six People Dead as the Re suit of the Attack on Italians. ONE OF THEM THE .DRIVER. Last Two Riddled With Bullets After Being Safely Put in Jail. DENVER, March 14.—A special to The Rocky Mountain News from Walsen bnrg, Colo., says: Four dead bodies are now in the hands of the coroner oi Hueriano county as the result of the vengeance wreaked on the Italian min­ ers who were charged with the killing of Abner Hizon, and two more Italians have unquestionably been riddled with bullets by friends of the popular saloon-1 keeper. Three of the four bodies are' those of Hixon's alleged assailants. The fourth is that of Joe Welsby, who was driving four of the Italians to jail in a Wagon when he met his death. The dead are: ANTONIO LORENZO, an Italian citizen. STANISLAU VETTARI, intention of becom­ ing an American citizen declared. FRANCISCO RANCHETTO, intention of be­ coming an American citizen declared. JOE WELSBY, 23 years old. PETRO GIACABINO, said to have taken out fi...

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

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

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

IfA-v V* wlh 1 vt M: It, PBRSONRLS *1 .- -jrMiBS Heers returned from Braln ^•"er'd this afternoon. Attorney C. A. Llndberg went to St. Paul Wednesday. Miss Kate Norton returned to Minneapolis on Thursday. 15. Burton went to Minneapolis on the afternoon train Moiitlay. Miss Vel'ma Cranib passed Sunday with her parents at St. Cloud. Mrs. A. Forsyth, of Brainerd. visited Mrs. L. M. Roberts on Moil day. B. Burton was out at Jones & Hatcher's camp on the cut-off Fri­ day. John E. Shea went to bt. Cloud today to look arter some business matters. Mr. and Mrs. returned from afternoon. H. McGregor, of McGregor Bros., St. ('loud, was attending to business matters in the city Monday. Mrs. H. L. Rutgers has returned from St. Paul, where she had been •isiting friends for several weeks. Mrs. Asa Groves, of Decorah, la.. Is in the city, the guest of her grand daughter Miss Margaret E. Wold. M. B. McClellan, of the McClellan Paper company, Minneapolis, was in tlie city hustling for orders today...

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

BIB HOP MARTY. The New Bishop of the Sc. Cloud Diocese. Rt. Rev. Martin Marty, of Sioux Falls, S. D., wa« installed as Bishop of St. Cloud on Tuesday. An ad drees of welcome was delivered by Mayor Bruckart, of St. Cloud, and also by Editor McDonald, of the Times. The Bishop responded in a fitting manner. After the services at the pro-Cathedral a reception was tendered the Bishop and was at­ tended by a large number of the clergy and laiety of the Catholic church. Those present from Morri­ son county were: Rev. Arthur La mothe, Rev. Alois Raster, L'.itle Falls Kev. Edward Nogel, Pierz Rev. Kitowskl, Swan River, and Rev. Meyerhoper, Buckraan. Martin Marty was borninSchwyz, Switzerland, Jan. 12, 1834. He studied in the colleges of Switzer­ land and Austria with the intention of entering the medical profession, but later went through a course of theology and was ordained to the priesthood on September 14, 1856. He came to the United States to as­ sist in the founding of a new Bene­ dict...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 March 1895

1 frhe Jury In the Hayward Case y" Were Out a Little Over 1 Three Hours. ITWO BALLOTS NECESSARY. The First Stood Eleven for Conviction and One for Acquittal. LAST DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. tfr. Erwin's Fiery Finish and Judge Smith's Impar­ tial Charge. MTSTNEAPOLTS, March 9.—The jury's Terdicc in the fr.mous Hayward case was feached in less than thr6e hours, «ra ck work considering the length of time occupied in presenting the evi­ dence and making the arguments. Only two ballots were necessary, the first eto'd eleven for conviction and one for ncqa 11 1 and the second was unani­ mous for a verdict of guilty. The caso lias been on trial since Jan. 21, and has •roused intense interest throughout the country. This interest in Minneapolis Jias b*en something wonderful. It has, fti faofc, been the only topic since the trial began. The verdict is eminently •atisftctory to the public in general and •specially so to the crowd that has hung 4bout the outside of the courtroom. That This is so is ap...

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