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Albert Lea Freeborn County Times (Newspaper) - December 13, 1895, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn county times december 1.1, 181 5. 3 d. Hurd amp sons. Crockery glassware lamps. Hayward hanging self Possession something on the Gallows marvellous and we want your attention. Call and see our line of lamps glassware and crockery. Something new ail the time. Done to forget the place. Hurd amp sons. Showed no touch of fear and see used to he in jocular humor trietly addressed those present but did not conic i crime became reconciled with Hie brother shortly before i death. Minneapolis dec 11 a Harry Hayward was hanged at 2 10 he made a statement of five minutes duration and while not making a confession said he hoped god would forgive him for All the harm he had Ever done. The murderer went to the Gallows with a laugh on his lips and went Down with the trap just As he uttered the word lightly a let her go. the command was directed to the chief Deputy. Prior to the execution the condemned Man maintained the nerve which has made him famous. He took his last supper shortly after 1 of clock and was j. Smith grocery second door South s. Strauss Broadway. General hardware windmills charter Oak Cook stoves Elmhurst heating stoves cutters. Sleighs Gulbrandson Bros. Additional local notes. Skating is fair though a Little rough. Times office Over s. Strauss clothing store. Philo e. Pace of Oakland is in the City to Day. La Ayne s parlor circus at armory Hall to night. This is fuel saving the Sleigh ing is gone. Weather and subscription for the times from Date to january 1. 1897, is si.50. The Young Peoples society of the norwegian lutheran Church met last evening at the Home of c. P. Hedenstad. I miss Mina Blackinger assisted miss j Powell elocution St in a recital Given at i Winnebago City last tuesday . A. Mitchell of Chicago will run i against any five local Quot sprinters at armory Hall tuesday evening distance five Miles. While sliding Down Hill last evening the Young daughter of William Taylor ran into a wire Fence badly cutting and bruising her lace . Gillrup made a Brief visit to Albertj a tuesday afternoon returning in the county Index. Mrs. G. H. Whitcomb returned monday from a pleasant visit with the family of her son Lesley at Albert North Wood Index. Several Hundred loads of Wood in poles grabbed Orte year ago. For Sale on my farm on Sec. 3ij Pickerel Lake. Paul e. Of Bekgaard. The following officers were elected at a meeting of the Western Star Lodge no. 25, a. F. And a. M., wednesday evening j. Chapman w. M., c. F. Towne s. W., 11. Wohlhuter j. W., o. J. Wulff Sec., h. 1. Grown treas., g. Bigelow n. Sime j. D., m. Luce. S., g. Geesey j. S., w. Ii. Lowe. Tyler s. Cryor chaplain. G. Karek organist. Court proceedings. The grand jury completed their investigations saturday and were Dis charged. The Only indictment found in addition to those Given last week was against or. Ralph St. A Perry for mans Slaughter. The grand jury reported favourably upon the condition of the county jail. Lias. By. Harris indicted for grand larceny in the second degree plead guilty to Petty larceny and was sentenced to Days in jail. The Case of Eliza Finley against the m. A St. P. By. Consumed nearly All of the first three Days of this week. Lovely a. Edwards appeared for the plaintiff and ii. Ii. Field and w. E. Todd for defendant. It was conducted in a very Able manner upon both sides. The jury retired at about noon wednesday. And remained out until 8 30 thursday morning when they were discharged by the court not being Able to agree. They stood 8 to 4, in favor of the defendant. Some eases of minor importance Are now being tried but no decision had been reached in any of them last night. County attorney Morgan has Given notice that he will move the criminal Calendar As soon As the present Case is disposed of which will be some time to Day. There will be an adjourned term january 21st, when the Case of state against Carbury will be tried and perhaps some others. Harry Hayward surrounded by the deputies and the death watches. Just before the death warrant was read Hayward turned a to his brother or. Thaddeus Hayward and said Quot you know i am a great believer in spiritualism. If 1 get safely on the other Side i will Send a message to you a wanted to full the trap. At 2 of clock Hayward listened to the Reading of the death warrant soon after sheriff Holmberg entered and the condemned Man said earnestly a i want to ask you a last favor please let me pull the trap it will save Yon lifelong anxiety and will give me eternal satisfaction a Quot i cannot do it Harry a the sheriff replied. Quot i know my duty a a on the scaffold Harry made an extended statement. He said that to please the several pastors who had called upon him he would say a god forgive me for what 1 have done a this is looked upon As a confession the trap fell at 2 10 of clock and the wonderful vitality of the Man was shown by the fact that he lived for several moments after the trap fell. His neck was broken. Brother become reconciled. There was a Complete if not very affecting reconciliation Between the Brothers about 11 16. Harry told adv. Whom he sent for that he Harry had done him an injury and he wanted to be pardoned. There was a Strong hand clasp and Harry told his brother that his last wish was that he should become reconciled parents. A dance will be Given at armory Hall Christmas night in Honor it it of the Young people who so kindly assisted in the Quot Union As capt. Ransom has resigned his position in the company this will partake of the nature of a Farewell. In appreciation of the valuable services rendered by the Captain. Or. V. Gillrup and Little Genevieve spent a quiet North Wood Sabbath with their relatives Here returning Home Early monday morning. Brother Victor rejoices Over the fact that less than four months remain of his term As mayor to the duties of which office he has Given without compensation his time and energies to the exclusion of his own business. But he certainly has the satisfaction of having straightened out several tangles in the administration of the town and of showing what can be done in the matter of applying business methods and business sense to Public Wood Index. No trick at All to buy Holiday goods. It is Only a question of place and Price. The right place is where prices and qualities Are right and that s where your 10 cents or your 75 cents will do the work that your Dollar can do elsewhere. If we say too much you will know where it is you probably know now. The Briggs drug co. A opposite Rost office. This paper is sent to everybody in the county free of charge till december 31st. Don t fail to Call on Brundin Bros., the leading butchers for All kinds of meats fish and oysters. Hayward. Times correspondence or. Chas. Howard has purchased a Fine new Cutter. Mrs. Inger Briley visited our school last tuesday. She formerly taught Here. Charlie Peterson went to Decorah last tuesday to visit relatives and friends. Clarence Holton went to Austin last saturday to visit relatives returning Home sunday or. Andrew Johnson and his sister Emma visited at their brother a j. O. Johnson last sunday. Miss Alice Campbell who has been staying with her aunt . T. J. Holton for some time returned to her Home in Austin last saturday. Call your attention to an elegant line of stamped linens All latest patterns with a Complete assortment of Silks. Lessons Given free of charge to All those who buy the material of us. Mrs. J. F. Gates. Catherine Gino. Promised. Harry then ate his last supper with relish and afterwards listened to father Timothy and Rev Wilkin son but w Ould make no promises As to his belief. He then saw John Day Smith and made a solemn Promise that he would declare his Trust in Christ on the scaffold. After that until the end he chatted quietly and easily. He was the least affected of any one present when the deputies came to prepare him and joked about putting on the Black Robe that Wras brought him. He did no to like to bide i clothe. And remarked that he might As Well have none on. With the Black Cap on top of his head and his face smiling who stood on the right of the condemned Man said Quot have you anything to say Quot Hayward began a Well yes a and paused. Presently he resumed Quot Well there has been some curiosity about my Case. 1 know that some of you think i am a Devil. When you have read my True statement your belief to that effect will be then he spoke to various members of the audience. When he came to Man Nix that gentleman interrupted him with a reproof. Pausing on. As though there had been no break he said that he freely of Nogav i brother Adry. He also repeated a Brief prayer Quot of god save me for Jesus Christ a Sake Quot which he said was at the request of his attorney John Day Smith and not of his own Choice. He moistened his lips As he said. Quot go ahead Megara Len Quot and again As he uttered his last words on Earth As the Deputy pulled the noose tight about his Throat Quot pull it tight Quot he said a a in la stand Pat a and almost instantly to Gaarden dropped the Flap of the Black Cap Over his face the deputies stepped Back the trap fell and there was a sickening sound As the Man who an instant before was smiling Lenni dangling at the Fud of a to a. As the body straightened out the Cord the knot slipped around to the Back of the neck and the head Forward. There was a Buzz which ceased As Megaarden put up his hand and or Burton and other physicians stepped around to the body. For 10 minutes it Hung there w Ith j or Burton sear pressed close to the heart and then the doctor stepped j Back make a sign the straps were j loosened and a sigh arose from the j crowd that was echoed by a shout out j Side. Harry Hayward was dead Ami the mob expressed its approval he made a confession. Hayward said to a hip told All about the murder. Paul dec 12 a the dispatch has i the following regarding a confession from Hayward Harry Hayward has confessed. A few hours before he was launched into eternity he told or Frank Burton in the presence of a reporter How he concocted the Damnable plot for the murder of Kitty Ging. Carelessly and even laughingly he went Over the horrible tale not in detail but generally and All during his revolting narrative the smile never left his face. The on great it egret of i life was that he did not kill Blixt. As he desired and Only the brute intelligence of the Man who actually committed the murder led to the hanging of Hayward. Had he been Able to carry out his designs had not the cunning of Blixt thwarted his fiendish purpose Hayward would have had two murders to answer for to his maker but the chances Are no earthly tribunal would have Ever called him to account. Or Burton listened to the awful Story As one in a dream. He always believed Hayward guilty of fhe plot but even i insane As he considered Hayward dry Burton could hardly believe that the Man could sit there so quietly and 1 calmly relate the Story of a murder that had startled the nation history was for Gme ii tary. Hayward a Story was fragmentary. He did not let the events in the plot follow seem Nti ally but picked up this part and that part and jumbled them ail together in a breath. He told the Story not m direct narrative style but rather let it slip from As he expressed it regret at things that did not occur and his failure to put Blixt out of the Way As soon As the killing of Kitty Ging had occurred. Quot that Man Blixt was an awful Dan fool a said Hayward Musingly Quot lie did no to have brains enough to Stock a Wiene Wurst. It Bixik me weeks to train j him of the event. I rehearse him j time and time again until i thought the thing miss tire. I did no to j see How it could miss. If Blixt had Hail any sense at All neither one of us j would be in trouble today a a ooh what an unfortunate thing it j was 1 did not kill that wretch a Quot it was the mistake of my life. It was the Only one Point in which my plot fell Short. It was the Only part of the programme that was not carried out and As Fate would have it that was the very part that brings me to the Gallows another Bond Issue unit there is some speedy legislation it will be necessary. Washington dec. 10�?the statement is made by persons who Are among those Best qualified to judge that in the j absence of legislation to relieve the financial situation another Bond Issue is altogether probable within the next few months at the farthest. The pres j ent condition of the Exchange Market i and the commercial situation generally it is said Point unmistakably to further withdraw als of Gold and we it ont something is done to prevent the usual heavy 1 exports during january and february j which for the last two years have forced the Issue of Bonds to recoup the Xmas offerings now that the holidays Are at hand a most Complete line of Holiday goods have been prepared for your Benefit which we cordially invite you to inspect. Just arrived our Holiday ties which Are bound to please. See our silk Muffler so heavy full sizes at 75 cents. Remember we guarantee the lowest living prices and write Competition on lower prices. For example a genuine All Wool cassimere suit a genuine All Wool Chinchilla overcoat a and others equally As Good at As equally Low prices in All desirable styles. Overcoats in Chinchilla Irish frieze Beaver Melton Etc. The positive Price cloth tiny House the Skaug clothing co., Albert i in Minn. Choice half Section of land for Sale cheap Well improved two Miles East of Chandler. Murray county Minn. 1 will be in Albert Lea fora Short time. John Enqu Ticu. The old saying Quot goods Well bought Are half sold particularly applies to our ease. buy our goods for spot Cash thereby availing ourselves of tin very lowest prices and highest Cash discounts. Do not be afraid that Tyi Are robbing me but come and carry away 18 los. Granulated sugar for .11 5 lbs. Of xxx x Coffee for is 32 lbs. Of rolled Oats for is 20 lbs. Corn starch for 91 20 lbs. Lily gloss starch for 91 20 lbs. Sago for 81 20 lbs. Rice for 81. Menus underwear Caps gloves mittens and such stuff As you need at corresponding prices. Eugene Jones. 3t. Geneva Minn. Real estate transfers. The following transfers were tiled with the recorder during the week eur Dinar december 13, 1895. Wit of the week. The Lover h commonplace mr., much elated to think he had kr., would have tried it train hut she cried a refrain a a least you raise on my Cheek a big life. If there is one thing that quicker than another will drive a Man to drink it is . Educated tramps Are rare. They always say �?o1 seen some they never put it "1 saw some Pittsburgh chronicle. Quot it is impossible to look dignified in car muffs a observes a contemporary. There Are times though when one would rather have car muffs than dignity. Kansas City journal. It is not always the Man who looks the Wisest who knows the most but most people Don t know this so that it will pay you to look just As Wise As you possibly times. Or and wife to it k i acres eve 1, Freeborn a and w lie to i free d to f i. i lift for Louis Mold i Tian am uni fraction q Lotus Mold i Knudson Neq Seq see. 2, Mars Smith Hall and Hulmn Mol Deubener be frock. Q Freeborn. Marj Smith halt and husband n Moldenhouer ten tic res Sec. 2 born. Anna such a and husband to Joseph the Sureini be 11, see i. Sec. 22, Hayward w a Morin and wife to trustees of m. Pc. Church lot i blk 2, Village of Aiden. a Morin and wife to t s Lee part of Block 3, liar land Gilbert j Moet and wife to John g Moen c Seq. Sec. T Nunda a w Johnson and wife to Joseph Setara part of lot 2, Neq Seq Sec. 11, Freeborn 1 saw you carrying Home a Nice looking watermelons Brown How much did Thuv 1 200 of 5 800 00 400 00 75 00 Smith a couple of last night Cost you a Brown 1 Don t know yet. The doctor is up at the House politicians Quot this is carrying things too far. That s pretty journalism calling Alderman Boodle a vulture a lawyer Quot that is a trifle hard. It would sound better to say he was a Robbin of the citizen. Fio 00 fighting cutworm. In a bulletin from the new Jersey station it is stated that Clover or Sod land is most frequently infested by cutworms which Are less frequently found on late cultivated land. The Worms Are especially abundant in Crimson Clover. Among the remedies suggested clean j �?ot1&Quot culture is placed first prominently us j us a n Socia ted with Early fall blowing. Apply i ing a top dressing of Kain it and nitrate of soda in the Early Spring if Corn is to 1 be planted is advised the seeding to be delayed until a rain has carried the fertilizers into the soil. Distributing Clover or bran that has been moistened with Paris Green about us Fields is also recommended. A Canadian Man says that he will i jump with any Man in America for five Hundred dollars. If he is acquainted j with the americans who have jumped j into Canada he ought to know that i they never jump for any such paltry sum As five Hundred Boston Post. Students Quot we treated the patient in the most approved i Kef for Quot 1 Low a students Quot Well we put him on milk we put him on wine then we put him on the electric treatment then we put him on quinine and now doctor Quot you will put him on a hotel mail. He stepped out of the cell and followed j depleted Gold Reserve a similar situation will confront the Treasury before the new year is far advanced. Sheriff Holmberg there we As no hurry. He spoke pleasantly As he walked with deputies Bright and Anderson on either a Ide and a Little behind him. As he came into Range with the office windows there was a howl of exultation from the crowd without. He paid no attention to it but stepped into the execution chamber with a pleasant smile and said Quot Good evening gentlemen a a to the people who had come to see him hanged. Hayward a Farewell speech. There was a Mark in the Middle of the trap and Hayward carefully adjusted his feet to the lines. He had hardly done so when sheriff Holmberg Carter amp Backel populist senator reconsider. Washington dec. 10.�?the populist senators have changed their former de 1 vision concerning the organization of the Senate and have now agreed among themselves to interpose no objections to j the republicans taking control. Confirmed the peek am nomination. Washington dec. 10. The Senate j in executive session at 3 55 p. M., confirmed the nomination of Rufus w. Peek am of Newyl Ork to be associate Justice of the supreme court of the United states. When. Shipper 01 hungry s. Rune Elsi Clark Streel be is and test Hub Call and ret your dressed meat of a guerrilla Hyatt head Butcher. Glen Limey Man Neamtu. Choice oysters Sta tempting lunch or n a a a meal served promptly. A full line of confectionery cigars tobacco and fruit constantly of band. Rax Nuy

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