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SALEM, OIEB6'6!Brf TifJltiSDAY, SEPTEMBER K. 18."J.
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ITold a Medial Student Thai Ho
Ban Fkancuco, Sept. 12. This
'ni xnlug'H testimony In tho Durrat.t
, case was good for the probocullou uuil
ov.deuco wbb Introduced directly con.
;nectlng tho pnaouer with murder ol
'Blanche Laroont. Tho first wltueR
' wft9 Richard Charlton, the grocer, who
IT testified that ho had weighed Blonche
;'on average once a month during her
saylntho city. Her average weight
fwus 116 pounds This was considered
a triumph for tho prosecution as show-
PliiK that buoIi a light weight could dp
easily carried or dragged up the belfry
f-by Durraut. Tho defense had tried to
ishow her weight wos one hunred and
forty pounds. Henry B. Hulmount, n
codductir on the Bummor ettcetcarp,
testified that on April 3rd, Durrant
nd lilttuche Limnnt had got on his
oar at corner of Mlehlon and Ninth
streets. Durraut st with his arm on
top of eit biok of UUuoue, and soetn-
ed on very familiar terms with her.
,Tbls witness was an excellent
one for tho prosecullou. He was
of tho 8amuel Wellor type.
Ho had nil his tlmo schedule
so firmly fixed lu his mind that no
cross examination could fluster him
Durrant left his car at corner Button
and 1'olk, taking transfers to Polk
street care. He said Durrant ai.d
Blanche wemed very jolly together.
THE PLACE TO GO TO
itor hceH la wlierfl you get tbe Dcst In rtt, stylo
nd quality. Clothing that doesn't M U un-
E lightly, but iLocathfct don't nt aro both un-
filtlitly and palnlnl. Ayold unslghtllness and
(discomfort by setting shoes that look well and
Bfeel comfortable becausethey fit perfectly ana
twill wear well became superior In quality.
fcurladleit' shots present the acme of dealr.
abUlty in every paitlcular.wlthpilceamore
fattractlvo and raluea greater than ever. We
have a very extensive line ot low shoes, to
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ft bargains in everything Shoes. Overall,, Shirts, Under
2HU Hn.iorv Window Shades, Tinware, Graniteware, Slates,
Sblets, Oil Cloth, Table Linen, Piece Goods, Boys Clothing
Brooms Watches, Soap, in fact everything you want, call for
x. ? !l L T?a,v s nW For Boot cash wo will save you money.
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With tho Great San Francisco
Haul Led Ulanclio Lnmont Astray
Herman J. fechlager, medical student
and classmate of Durraut, testified that
he knew Durrant well. He had seen
blm on tho morning of April 3.
Ho win accompanied by Blanche
Lnmont. He had frequently seen them
together. Afterward Durrant asked
wltuees If ho remembered meeting him
with Blanche on that day. Durrant
said at that tlmo that Blanche had
disappeared and he (Durrant) feured
that she had gone into a house of ill
fume. Durraut had remarked that
Blanche was a decent girl and that ho
led her astray.
Ban Francisco, Bopt. 12. Maud
Lauiout told about Durrani's atten
tions to her and her sister, corroborat
ing her aunt's testlmouy on that point.
Maud positively Identified the ring
with tho chip diamond as hers. She
said she had exobanged with Blancho,
each wearlug tho other's ring. This
was ono ot tho rings returned to Mrs.
Noble wrapped In a newspapor, on tho
edge of which was printed the names
of George King, tho church organist,
and Professor Bchernstelu, an elderly
muslo toaolnr. This same ring wos
positively Identified at tho preliminary
examination by a second hand dealer
named Oppenhelm as ouo oflered to
him for salo by Durrant after Blanche
disappeared. Tho witness identified
A training school for teaohers.: Com
plete eight grade training dedarlmeut
Ixxd strong professional aud academic
The diploma of tho school entitles
one to tach in any county In tbe state
without further examination.
Board and lodglng.lbooks aud tuition
$160 per year. Beautiful and healthful
location. No saloons. There is a good
demand for well trained teachers
there Is au over supply of untrained
Catalogue cheuriully sent on applica
W. A. WANN, President.
; the clothing found in tho belfry m
worn by her sister., oq tho morning of
Maud is a rosy cheeked girl, with
auburn hair, and neat figure, dressed
in deepest black. Bbe testified1 that
Blanche was born in Rookfdrd, 111,
Thence tho fmlly went to Dillon,
Mont. Maud carao to Ban Francisco
in June, 1804, Blancho in the following
September. Blancho was 21 years of
ago ot tho tlmo of her dlssapearanco.
The witness Is 20. Bho further testi
fied thut Durraut wan a prominent
member of tho Christian Endeavor
Society, at which meetings she und
Blancho frequently met Durrnnt. Tho
prisoner often escorted tho sisters home
from tno meetings. Two days afcr
Blancho disappeared, Durrant came to
tho house at 8:15and asked for Blanche.
Witness, seeking to hldo the fact of a
elstor't itbsonce, told Durraut Blanoho
always left for school at 8:30. Durrant
said he had a book for Blauche. He
Itft a cop? of "Tho Newcomes" for her.
Police Cuptatn Lees Waited anx
iously In his .office until a late hour
histl ulgut, hoping that ho would
fecelvo n telegram of great importance
in tho Durraut oase. Tho chief of
dotcctlveb expected either the confir
mation of denial of a story which, if
true, will add another lino In the chain
which blnilj Durraut. What he
expected Captain Lees would not toll,
but a telegram received from Dowule
vlllo at a lato houruxplulus his auxlety.
At Downlevillenuother witness has
beeu found who will be lioro to testify
whon ho Is needed. It Is claimed that
John Curran, of tho Mountain nous,
in Blerru county, was on Market street
in this city, on tho afternoon of April
3, uud saw Blancho Lament and Dur
rant on a Market street car golug wett,
If this be true tho prosecatlou has
secured another witness of tho 'greatest
Iu the clrcunntiutlal eyldonco pre
sented by tho prosecution thero is a
gap whloh may or may not bo of
moment In tho cbbb. Four witnesses
whoso character it will bo out of tho
question to Impeach, will swear they
saw Durrant and Blauoho Ltuiont
take a Powell street cr going ttward
Market street. Another witness will
swear he saw tho younj couple on
B irtlett and rwenty-secoud streets that
afternoon, and still auother, keen-oyed
and alert, will testify that ho saw the
tho young student luro his victim Into
tho church. From this fund of facts
tho atato has arranged Its proof, and
has planned tho dramtlo story of tho
day of the murder. In that story -the
testimony of a new witness, Herman
Bchlager, Jr., a classmate of Durrant,
will bo given as one of the flrtt nlgnlfi.
No one will doubt the rellabllltv of
his Identification of Durraut, whom
he knew fram daily association at
Cooper college. Bchlager took a Butter
street car on the morning of April 3.
When tho car stopped at Ninth and
Mission Bchlager wa? surprised to tee
Durrant accompanied by a ycung
ludy get into the car. It seemid
strange to the youug student that his
frieud Durrant gave him no look of reo
ognltiou, but that might be very read
ily explained, Courtesy Is uot ono of
the shining attributes in Durrani's
character, and there is no reason to
bellevo, from what subsequonty hap
pened, that he did not want to be seen.
Bchlager Jumpedoft as the car neared
Butter street. He did not observo them
wheu they left the car at the Lowel
high flchool. Tbe most significant part
of his testimony in his reference to his
ride out to Sutter utreet Is hit sworn
statement that Durrant did sot leave
the car at Webeter street. Had he done
so Bchlager would have seen him, even
if he did not walk with him to the
taluk mom othr
brand of condensed
milk, thinking It I
It H Mu
Sliege. fJ9wi$aiihAd Itft the car with
BlanliSsflEWlhnd probab'y oou
tluueti' ' wrAjhW the conversation
wutctj vhw'Vw animated 'during
JUM Qrof-eXiRmlfttlon of Dr. Barrett
by tutt attorney (pr the defense haB
made II' Very evident that Durraut will
plWUuU ho wan ujmble to curry a gill
of Btanoliu"-Limofi i'b weight up tho
stairs of tu? bolfry, Eurls have beeu
made to Strove tu"a . she was a heavy
girl, welgbtugnt io neighborhood of
140 poundafir mora
The ohuMeter of (lie stairway will uv
ussd to demoustril.to thu ditllculty of
carrying such a i(ead weight to the
steeple. Tlie defeujie is not aware that
tho prosecution can prove Just what
Blanche Ltmnut weighed wheu she
was ..murdered. j( eeoma renurkablo
that foh a fn.ct should be suscpptlblo
of proof. Tho defense placed great
stress upon the faut
that this was not
loft a loophole to throw into the oa-o a
powerful mauofutijedtahllshi'd Identity,
perhaps two merjaboth of whom wore
at work upou the'ithroat of the girl at
once. Little thlngji asuime a vital Im
portance In a caifi of clroumitautU
evidence Tho dcfdUBd thought It hid
donu a gomt day's work. It did not
know that a woek befuro Blancho
Ltmont was killed her exact weight
was ascertilned. It did net know that
Richard Charlton, In the prcsonoa of
Mrs. Noble and of Mind Luinnt,
weighed nianohe Limout aud found
that tho sctlos tlppod at 121 pounds.
Charlton kept a grooory lu tho Mission
at that tlmo. HI Btoro was near the
Noblo home, and on tho day mention
ed Blanoho Lnmont wits weighed. It
Is thus ostabllahedlthat fully robed, she
wolghed 121 pouuds.
This will play an Important part In
tho prosecution. Au ordinary man
could throw suoh a weight over his
shoulder and mount the stops of. the
bolfry with saso.
Defonder Goos Alono
New Yoiik,J1;09 a. m. In tho third
International yuoht ruoo both beats ap
peared oil Baudy Hook llghtdilp.
Valkyrie has only her mainsail set.
As a preparatory signal tho tug
Likenbach displays tho letter "C,"
followed by "D. C. M.,' ludlcatlugthat
tho course will bo to lcqward fifteen
mllos, east by south, and return,
At 10:22 both boats are In thevlolulty
or tho lightship. It Is very hazy ofl
10:42 a. m. The weather Is vory
hazyj wind south by southwest, twelvo
miles per hour.
10:40 a. m. It Is stated that Mr,
Iselin will oiler to resall Tuesday's
10:50 a. m , Bandy Hook. Wind uow
south ot west; eighteen miles an hour,
11:11a. m. Pfepatory gun flrod.
11:10 a. m. Becond gun flrod. Do
fender has set her hugo spinakor. The
Valkyrie approached tho lino with ne
additional sail and suddonly sho'stood
to the south, going about on starboard
11:C8 a. m. The pilot boat Funny
Williams appeared to be directly In the
oiurso of vhe Valkyrie.
11:33 a. m. The Valkyrie has hoisted
her protest ihg aud Is bonded back for
tbe Judge's boat. Thu Valkyrie has
withdrawn and the tug hat got her lu
It seems that the pilot boat Fanny
Williams, wa directly lu the way.
Ttie Defender Is keeping on her courso
aid Is evidently going to make the trip
alone. Bhe Is standing southwest.
11:40 a. m. The Djfeuder Is going
over tho course, the Judges boat follow
ing her. Tbe Valkyrie I In tow ot the
tender and the Defender Is keeping In
her courso alone. The Defender Is go-
Iiil' southwest with everything set. It
looks as if she was going over tbe
couroe alone. The Valkyrlo has Uk'eu
tbe tow going In. All the excursion
boats are following tbe Valkyrie In.
The Defender Is still on her courre
south, The official time of the Defen
der: crossed 11-20, 24; Valkyrie 1151,68.
Dofender crowed the line at 4:04.
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BI GABLES FROM
No Cholera in Honolulu Tho
Glihicso Uusnectcd or Iiilrotlticlng ft Released From Quarantine
War on Smuggler.
Auckland, N. Z , Bept. l3.-Tlio
British steamer Mariposa, which left
Bau FraticUco August 22, for Honolulu,
Auokland and Sidney, has arrived
here. Her cajtdu rpporlp that nt
Honolulu he learned the cholera scare,
whloh had prevailed there, aud which
was the subject if a dispatch from Mr,
Mills, Untied BttUs consul general to
Honolulu, to the state department at
Washington, had passed oyer.
Deaths which hud been attributed tu
clioltn were traced to polsonum food
eateh at u native feast.
The CIiIihbo Immigrants who reach
ed tho Island of Hawaii by the i-teamer
Uclglc from lloiig Kouir, mid who had
been suspected of Iiitroiluclr.tr tho
cholera, were roleased from quarutitlno
beforo tho departuro of tho steamer
War Against Smugg ore. '
St. Joiinb, Bept, 12. War la being
waged un smugglers without Intertills
slon. Tho houso ofouo of tho foremost
business men, Henry Witt, was (caroll
ed and largo quantities of smuggled
goods wero discovered, Ho Is a Justice
of the poa'co, a uotary public and a
Tho customs oilloluls are very active,
and further captures are expected.
Tho detectives believe thoy aro ouly
commencing now to discover tho ex
tent of tho smuggling carried on hero
in recout years. Tho only difficulty
uow facing the dopartmeut is tho in
ertness of tho government. The board
of revenuo threatens to resign If the
cases aro uot Investigated to tho bottom.
Several government leadora oppose
CuioAao, Bopt. 12. A local paper
says: Out lu Euglowood la a troop of
cavalry whloh, as soon as It has been
Jnluod by two batteries aud a regiment
of foot, is to proceed to Cuba under tho
command of L. G. Audrews, and thero
Join tho Insurgonts, Andrews, who Is
recruiting the cavalrymen, says ho has
600 Chicago men who are pledged tu go
to Cuba, and thet 16000 has boon-sub
scribed by three wealthy resident's of
tbe city for tho fitting out of tho oxpi
dltlon, tho paymont of recruits and
tho lauding of them on tho Island.
Theeo men, Mr. Andrews says, havo
been In communication with Cuban
patriots who have agreed, in payment
of tho aid furnished, to deed valuable
lands to tho Chlcagoaus who extend
According to Mr. Andrews tho men
will be drilled when they reach tho
south. Tho batteries and Infantry, he
says, will be reorulted In Kansas City.
New Youic, Bept. 12. Auother
vessel required for Borylce against tho
Insurgents will be bought In New
York, making the fifth, tho Spanish
consul-general has purchased here.
Money to bo expended on this ship has
been douated by Benor Antonio dues
Mendeutz, a wealthy Spanish mer
chant of Havana. Ho follows the
example of Benor Herrera and several
Bpeaklng of the purchase of these
boats In this country by tho Bpaulsh
government, President Palma said that
Highest of all in Lessening Power.-
ACROSS THE SIA
Deatlis AUribntcil to It Duo to
tho Cuban Junta regrets that the con
ditions do not pormlt them to enjoy
the same advantages In this country
"It Is true," bo declared', ''that wo
can buy anythlug we want hero, but
tho difficulty comes lu shipping to
Cuba. Bpaln cannot only buy what
eho wants, but cau send to Cubn, what-
oyer she pleases. If wo wero recogulz
ed as bcllgcrents wo would bo allowed
tu do the eunie thlug."
NKW Yohk, Bept. 12. A special to
tho World from Colon says: Survey
ors of tho boundary lino between
Argentlnn and Bolivia havo added GOO
leagues to Argeutlno,
Benor Caryalho, foreign minister for
Argentine, has beou caught Inducing
senators to rebel becauso President
Morales refused his request,, to dismiss
the chief olllcora of tho Bio Grande, a
dismasted steamship which thu Boston
towed Into Buenos Ayres with a sal
vago ot (18,500.
LomoN,8opt.l2. The steamer Lady
WoolMoy.of Dubllu,bouud for London,
with 100 passongers ou hoard, stranded
on Goodwill sandB today. Tho passen
gers and crow wero rescued,
BUOII AiuT,Bept.l2. A plot against
Prlnco Ferdinand of Bulgarla,has beeu
discovered at Bustchuk. Twenty ner
vous havo been arretted.
London, Bept. 11.-James Asbbury,
who took thu yaohtB Cambria and
Livonia to America in 1870 aud 1871,
respectively, to compete for tho Ameri
ca's cup, Is dead.
Winnii'ko, Bopt. 12. BIr John
Bchultz, whoso terra as governor of
Maultoba has expired, has boon ap
pointed the Canadian commissioner for
tho Alaska boundary commission. The
United Btatca will appoint a commis
sioner, u'id theso two will agreo on a
third, whon tho commission will meet
and appoint a chairman. Evidence
will bo taken by geographical experts,
and the commission will visit the sceno
of tho proposed lino.
Flro In Hayti.
Nkw Yohk, Bopt. 12. Tho officers
of tho Clyde lino steamer Delaware,
which has Just arrived In this port
from Haytl, report that while thov lay
at Port do Palx they heard that a great
flro had raged at Gonalvea ou Septem
ber 4. llio Information could not bo
confirmed becauso tho telegraph wires
wero down between Port do Palx aud
After a Forger.
CoLONjBopt. 12. Sheriff Itenfro.who
has been lu pursuit of O. A. Love, of
Texas, accused of forgery, left here for
Bogota to arrange for terms of extra
dition. Love is a former postmaster of
a small town In Texas, near Galveston.
Bkhnb, Bept. 12, An avalanche
from tho Altels glacier has fallen upon
tbe hamlet of Bhitalmatto. About two
squaro miles of laud have been covered.
It is feared six persons and 800 bead of
cattle havo perished.
Jjr' U. 5 (' jv Ueport
Chioaoo, Bept. 12. The Inter Ocean
prints a story in whloh it Is sld thai
Fllzilmmons haa declared that h will
refuse to meet Corbett iu Dallas unlem
he la "let in" ou certain conceM(oa on
which hejielloves a largo sum of mooy
will bo realized. It la eald that Im ao
cusea Brady, Corbett, Joe. Vendlg and
Stewart, of Dallas, with gobbling Up
everything in sight, from tho lemon-ado-stand
to tho kinetoscope, In whlo
It is Intended to reproduce the fight
throuchout tho country. It is the
latter concession that Bob is especially
Jealous of, aud it Is said that lie baa
mado a formal demand for a percent
age of the profits on It, otherwise h
deoiarcs thero will bo no fight.
PROSPERITY ONLY ON PAPER
Convention of rcnnsylvanU's De
mocracy at Williamsnort.
Administration Indorsed and Nuance
National Convention llesfflrwed.
Wit.MAMSi'OKT, Pa., Sept. 12. The
Democratic state convention adjourned
last night, after making these nomi nemi nomi
nateons: Btato treasurer, ex Representative
IJot'Jnmln F. Myers, of Harrlsburg, by
acclamation; Judges of tho superior
court, Harmou Yokes, of Buck county,
J. 8. Moorehead, of Westmoreland; O.
H. Noyes, ofWarrou;P. P. Smith, of
Lackawanna; Oliver P. Bcohtel, of
Schuylkill, and Christopher Mages, of
John Malouoy, ono of the tUilladel-,
phla delegates.made a speeoh attacking
William Blngerly, who was the demo
cratic) candidate for governor at the last
election, Tbe platform says: 1
"Tho Democratlo party In convene
vontlon assembled, beroby renews IU
allegiance to and doclares IU faith in
tbo prlnclplo of Democracy aa formu
lated by Jefferson and Illustrated by
Madison, Monroe, Jaokson and Cleve
land. It congratulates the American
peoplo ou tho first frulU of the Demo
cratlo administration, whloh Inherited
from Its Republican predecessor a
bankrupt treasury aud unwise finan
cial agreements, which appear lu wide
spread disaster, and whloh, under the
sagacious, oouragooua and patriotic
leadership of It's great president, Gro
vor Cleveland, led the people out of the
slough of despouenoy to the high
ground of substantial and Increasing
"Tho ropoal of the Sherman silver
purchslngaotaud the MoKlnley tariff
law, and the substitution of more mod
erate tariff laws havo found tbelr
Immediate results lu tho resumption of
business and tbo restoration of the
"Aa vindicating tho principles of
tariff reform, to which tbo domocraoy
Is unalterably pledged, we challenge
especial attention to the fact that suob,
prosperity and ho consequent material
Inoreaae of wages has been most pro
nounced In tho Industries whose exis
tence our oppouents claimed were
depeudont upou high tariff duties.
The gloomy prediction that the Iron
and stool Industries of Pennsylvania
would be destroyed by a reduced tariff,
has been contradicted by their present!
unexampled prosperity, We Invite tbe
attention of the wago'earnem to the
faot that tho preient voluntary lnorease
of wages of those employed to the
manufacturing industries, amounting'
to no less than f 260,000,000, wae abso
lutely unknown under tbe MoKtnlty
"Wo especially reaMrtn somuoAof
the last platform of the. national Denver
cratlo convention as relate to tbe use
of Doth gold and sllvef ae ataadard
money; but the dollar uUeloolaee)e
of both metals rnuet be of eejtjei latna-"
lo and exctMEieeaWe rJ.H
The pletfora eds with m arraign,
moat of the state adsatotosaaUotu
Bobt. G. BeaUh of Of Feat w$
1 today appointed a wotatry peWfe