Annie Dormany mystery, 10/30/1897

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Annie Dormany mystery, 10/30/1897 - , ii- mis- ad- to- - ! "' prooaouiues oi nnuing...
, ii- mis- ad- to- - ! "' prooaouiues oi nnuing a ciue are somewhat remote, owing to the total ' absence of anything that would shed ; "ffht on the mystery I do not give up af- f of avenging the murdered girl so- I the strong arm of the law. I Ir Schaffer, reviewing the evidence author- ; given before the Coroner's jury, said: ' Tne most sensational part of it was . the letter from Annie's father, in ' which suspicions were cast by mfer-aptpr ence, on Mrs. John Dorman. But ANNIE DORMAN'S DEATH J District Attorney Sehafler Snvs 'o i Suspicion Rests on Mrs. Dorician. I rw-t-i. tt . T oi, ..-.- itou'sh as h? Bays ! .fit " countJ' tnouSh, as he savs, nx V"8 cZry an c"r ?e.rch ' iuI ueleI "L preny Annie xjui man, is very much handicapped in the matter of funds, there being no provision for the employment of detectives in such cases. "In spite of this," he said to a reporter, "I have intelligent men thoroughly interested in bringing the murderer to justice, hard at work on the case, and though i 1 1 V , - , . . - , ; there was absolutely nothing in the testimony to show that there was the least warrant for suspicion against Mrs. Dorman, as it was clearly shown that she was away from the house at the time the crime was committed, and. did not return until some time afterward nor were the alleged severe differences between Annie and her sister-in-law sustained by the evi- dence

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  1. The Philadelphia Inquirer,
  2. 30 Oct 1897, Sat,
  3. Page 9

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