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AMID FLOWERS AND FRIENDS
John W. Dwlght and Emma
Cbilds are Wed
BRILLIANT BRIDAL PARTY
Tbe Ceremony Performed By Bishops
Mora and Montgomery
Beautiful and Elaborate Costumes ol the
Bride, Bridesmaids and fla d of Honor—
The Decorations—Tho Quests
At 8:30 last evening, in the presence of a
brilliant company and surrounded by the
most beautiful decorations nature affords
in a semi-tropic clime. Miss Emma Childs
of this city, and John Wilbur Dwight of
Mew York, were united in marriage.
Tbe ceremony was performed at the res
idence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Emm i
line H. Childs, No. 1111 South Main street,
by the Rt. Rev. Bishop Francis Mora of the
diocese of Los Angeles and Monterey, as
sisted by the coadjutor Bishop Montgom-
•ry-
Just before the appointed hour Ahren's
orchestra began the sweet, joyful strains of
tohengrin's wedding inarch. As the bride
descended the stairway she was accompa
nied by her brother, Oiro W. Childs. l'he
ushers, Col. Fred Crocker of San Francisco,
and James Slausnn of this city, aud the
maid of honor. Miss Hortense Childs, pre
ceded and led the way to the southwest
parlor of the mansion.
Here awaited the groom with the grooms
man, lion. J- Sloat Fassett of Klmyra. New
York. In tho hay window beneath a bower
of delicate, d limy asp .razus fern and ever
green,tho bride and groom standing directly
under a "horn of plenty''of brides' roses,
the imprestlve words of the betutiful set
vice of the Koman Catholic church were
pronounced.
Tho parlor was a veritable bower of
decorations. Tho mantel was a bank of
ferns, against which rested orchids, Amer
ican Beauty and bride roses. The luck
tiarlor presented a sight of bewildorhur
icauty in its decorations of pins carna
tions.
Some twenty or thirty of tho immediate
friends of the bride, in addition to the
bridal party, were present during the cere
mony.
The bride was attired in an elegant cos
tume of white ivory satin, with point del
Ancon lace. The waist was trimmed with
tulle lace and seed pearls The veil was of
point lace. The hmd hoquet was of or
ange blossoms. Tiie ornaments were a
diamond brooch and a diamond sun burst.
The maid of honor. Miss Hortense Childs,
was most charmingly attired in mousliue
de soie, with Valenciennes lace iusertlon
and satin ribbon.
The bridesmaids. Miss Edith 0« Shorb
and Mist Ruth Childs. wore costumes of
white satin, trimmed with white luce. On
one shoulder of each was an American
Beauty rose, and tho belts were of satin of
a shade to match the delicate color of the
roses. Both bridesmaids carried boquets
of lilies of the vulloy.
At the conclusion of the ceremony a re
ception was tendered the brid< and groom, I
commencing at :> p. m., to which the num
ber of guests excelled that of any liko
function ever before seen in tiiis city.
At 10 p. m. supper was served in tha
dining room to the bridal party.
The decorations of the bouse, lawn and
veranda were beautiful and extensive. The
lawn presented a sight most impressive, of
vari-colored lights. Chinese lanterns were
strung from the trees, and at various
points an arc light was suspended. Tho
veranda was inclosed and brilliantly illu
minated. The decorations were by Jones
of San Francisco, and the supper was ,
served by Ludwig, also of San Francisco.
The we lding giftß were numerous and
cost y, and came from friends all over the
United States.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilbur Owight will
remain in Southern California until tlie
end of the week. They will then depart
for New York city and the east. On Janu- |
ary Bth Mr. and Mrs. Dwight will sail for j
I'.urope. They will tour the principal cities
of the continent. They will return in !
April or May to New York city, and will
take up their residence in the metrop .lis.
Mr. Dwight is a a well-known citizen of
the Empire state, both in commercial and
political circles. He is the president of the
Dwight Land and Farm Company of North
Dakota, a corporation owning thousands of
acres of land iv the north.
Tlie bride was born and reared in the
city of Los Angeles. She is a most charm
ing young lady of education, culture, te
ll nement aud fortune.
Tho invited guests of the reception
were:
Mrs. Ainsworth, Dr. P. K. Ainsworth,
Miss Alden, John M. Austin, Rev. J.
Adams. Rev. Autill, Mr. und Mrs. Han
cock Banning, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ban
ning, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burke, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Barring
ton Brown. Mmos. M. H. Banning, L. L. i
Bradbury, R. S. Baker, Mary A. Bdgga, 1
Thomas B. Brawn, Adelaide Brown, Misses I
Mary Banning, Kate Brusseau, the Misses
Bradbury. Captaiu William Banning, Mr.
and Mrs. Telfair Creightou, Mr. and Mrs.
Cornelius Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Clark, Mr. ami Mrs. C. C. Carpenter, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Conroy, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I
Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Childs. Mr. !
and Mrs. W. B. Cline, Mr. and Mrs. Ozro I
W. Childs, Mrs. Mary C. Cooper, Miss '
Grace Cole, the Misses raig, Judgo W. H. !
Clark. Messrs. Schuyler Cole, Charles ]
Cabot, Willougbby Cole, Seward Cole, A.
F. Crank, R. A. Chadwick. Volney H. |
Craig, I. A. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs Richard !
Dil on, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dupuy, |
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Dennis, '
Dr. and Mrs. Del Amo, Misses I
Dolly Dillon, Isabelle Del Yalle, Guudai- j
otipe Dominguez, Jennie Doesey, Prof.
Ethebert Dowlen, Mr. Robert Dupuy,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Ellis, Mr. and
Mrs, Edwin T. Earl, Dr. and Mrs Edgar,
Major and Mrs. Elderkin, Mrs. John Ellis,
Miss Bessie Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Forman, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Frunoisco, Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Freemaji, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas J. Fle ning, UrMS, Jessie Benton
Fremont, Williarr, Fvi o 2ner. Mary D>
Flournoy, Misses Fremont, Elolse Forman,
Messrs. D. treeman, J. H. Fleishman,
Thomas f lournoy, Elliott W. Held, Mr.
and Mis. Andrew Glassell, Mr. and Mrs.
i-redT. Griffith, Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Gor
hairt, Mrs. L. C. Goodwin, Mrs. M. L.
Greaves, M iss Bessie Gorham, Dr. J. S.
'■rillitli, Messrs. VV. M. Garland, M. L.
Graff, Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Hubbell, Mr. and
Vrs. H.W. Hellman, Mr. and Mrs. S. P.
Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Houlterhoff,
jr., Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs.
f rank S. Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. James How
ard, vi r . and Mrs. W. H. Holliday, Dr. and
Mrs. J. a. Haynes, Dr. and Mrs V. P.
Hovard, Mmes. E. Hollenbeck, Victoria
Harrell, Misses I'ricda Hellman, Mary
Hoyt, Louise Iluber, Hamilton,
Gerirude Huber, Hotchkiss, Messrs. W. f.
Hicks, Charles E. Huber, George Hansen,
Fred B. Henderson, Rev. H. Uartnett, Sen
ator and Mrs. John P. Jones, w r. and Mrs.
Roy Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Hancock M.
Johnston, Mrs. Albert Sydney Johnston,
Mrs. James Irvine, Miss vlice Jones, Mr.
C. M.Jeffries. Mr. aud Mrs. George Kirk
hoff, Mr. and Mrs..l. C. Kayes, Mr. and
Mrs. George King, Mr. and Mrs. James
iveneally, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kirckhoff,
Miss s Lillie Kirckhoff, May Keneally, Mr.
ft. L. Kellam, Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Lee, Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Lewis, Mr, and Mrs. Frank
Leeouvreur, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lacey,
Mines. Lankersheim, Lester, Misses So
phie Lacy, Ludovici, the Misses Ludovlei;
H. W. Latham. Rev. Lynn, Mr. and Mrs.
J..1. Melius. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McFar
land, Mr. and Mrs. .1. MoLachiin, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Macneil, Mr. and Mrs. John Mos-
fIR. AND fIRS. JOHN WILBUR DWIGHT
sin, Mr. anil Mrs. J. W. Montgomery, Mr.
and Mrs. U. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Monroe. Dr. and Mrs. Granville Macgow-
I an. Misses Annie and Mamie Mullins, .May
I McLellan, Mrs. Mcl.ellan, Rev. M. Mc-
I Aulilfo, Key. A. .Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
i Newton, Mr and Mrs. Henry Newhall;
1 Messrs. Kellx Notham, W. H. Norris, Mr.
I antl Mrs. J, E. Plater, Mr. and v>rs. Wil
liam Piidham, Mr, and Mrs. George S.
Patton, Judge and Mrs. Erßkine Ross, Mr.
ami 1 rs. Carl Rosecrans, rs. Peyton L.
. Rand Ipli, Miss Anita Hosecrans. General
I Row crans. Rev. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs.
IM. S. Severance, .1 urige and Mrs. Charles
Silont, Mr and Mrs. Edward .-ilent, Mr.
I and Mrs. .1. 8, rilauson, Mr. and Mrs. J. De
1 l'arth Shorli, Mr and Mrs. Otheiuan Stev
■ ens, Mr and Mrs J Do Barth Shorb, Jr ,
Mr and Mrs U T Stamm, Mr. and Mrs
1, C. fcheller, Mr. and Mrs T. D. r-unison,
j Mines. Francisco Shepard, .1. .1. r-challert,
I Caroline neveranco; Charles Strong, Miss
ies Ramona und Bthel nhorb, the Misses
S rong, lsadoia Scott; Messrs James
IJ. Campbell ohorb, (ieorge Ktamm, Fred
I Stamm, rrank G Schumacher, Colonel
! George tf. (smith, Sisters of Charity. Cap
. tain and Mrs. Cameron K. Thorn, Mr. and
j Mrs. F. G. Thomas, Miss Towel; Messrs
Walter Tliorner, J. H. Tiernan, Dr. and
I Mrs. J. H. Utley, Mr. and Mrs. U*. VV. Vail,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vosburg, Mr. and Mrs.
jI. N. Van Nuys, Mines, Gardnor, C. Voss,
;N. U. Vail, Miss Lizzie Vail, Senator and
Mrs. S. M. White, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
j Wolfskill, Mr. and Mrs. Edward 1,. Wat
kins, Colonel and Mrs. J. U. Wheeler, Mr.
I and Mrs. W. H. Workman, Mr. and Mrs.
j Boyle Workman, Mr. and Mrs. 1:. S. Wal
j ton, Mr. and Mrs. Shirley C. Word, Mr.
I and Mrs. James Winston, Mr. ond Mrs.
Dwight Whiting, Dr. and Mrs. Henry
] Wortnington, Mmes. B. ft. Whiting, Win
[ ston, M. S. Wilson, Rebecca Whiting,
Misses Carrie Waddilove, Winston, Mary
AVorkman, Annie Wilson, Messrs. Will
Workman, Marion Wigmore, William
Wolters.
The following guests, resident in San
b rancisco, were invite'):
I Mrs. Caroline L. Ashe, Miss Hot tic Ashe
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston M. Ashe, Miss Ella
Adams, Everett N. Beo, Lieutenant arry
C. lienson, Lieutenant Charles Lyman
Bent, Miss Jennie Blair, Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon Blanding. Miss Lena Blanding,
Mrs. Marcus Boruck, Miss Florence Bo
ruck, Miss Mary Bowen, Mrs. Denton B.
Brown, Miss Anna Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
James W. Brown, Mr. and rs. G. A.
lirugueire, Louis Urtigueire, Miss Mary H,
1 Burling, Mrs. James W. Bryne, Callaghan I
Bryne, Mrs. John Brice, jr.. Colonel Geor- j
gett and Mrs. Burton, Miss Beltie Brett
hum. Mr. Thomas Brinny, Lieuten
ant Sidnoy A. Cloman, Mr. and Mrs.
James Carolan, Mrs. Eugene Casserly,
Miss Casserly, Mr. John Casserly, Miss
Edith Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Evan J. Cole
man, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis Coleman,
Mrs. Liilie H. Coit, Uolonel Charles F.
Crocker, Mrs. Clark W. Crocker, Miss
('rocker, Miss Julia Crocker, Mr, and Mrs.
Henry J. Crocker, Miss Ellen Chabot, Mr.
Richard C. Croxton, Miss Carrie Gwin, Mrs.
John L. Hager, Misses Hager, Miss Ethel
Hager, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Harrington,
Miss Louise Harrington, Miss Harrington,
Judge and Mrs. R tlph C, Harrison, Mr.
and Mrs. John Downey Harvey, Captain
and Mrs. M. Healey, Mr. and Mrs. I. W.
Hellman, Mr. Marco Hellman, Mrs. Dix
well Hewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Horace M. L.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: "WEDNESDAY MORXTNGr, DECEMBER 11, 1895.
Hill, Mini Nellie I hiker, Mis* iiobart, Mr.
Waller L. Hoburt. ,«r. und Mrs. Charles
N. Hollorook, Mr. Burke Holiday,
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hoiluday,
Miss Jennie Hooker, llr. and Mrs. George
H. Howard, Mr. Walter Leoiurd Dean, jr.,
Mrs. Peter Donahue, Mrs. V. Came* Drif
field, Lieut, f, ft. Dapray, Mrs. N. P. Hietz,
Miss Mary Diet/,, Mrs. A. M. Easton, Miss
Mary Frye, Misses Pindley, Mrs. Thomas
Fiwlley, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Frank, Mr.
Charles N. Felton, jr., General Forsyth,
Mr. Samson L. Faison, Dr. and Mrs. J.
Gallway, Mrs. W. F. Goad, Mr. und Mrs.
Adam Grand, Mr. Joseph D. Grant, Mr.
Edward M. Greeuway, Mrs. M. K. Gwin,
Gen. and Mrs. J. E Houghton, Miss Minnie
Houghton, Mr. and Mrs H. H. Huntington,
Miss Clara Huntington, Mr. aud Mrs. L.
G. Hare, Mrs. Hlchicock, Mr. and Mrs.
Timothy Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs, Harry Je
rome, Mrs. Frederick and Miss Mary Kohl,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Knight, Major and
Mrs. Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph tf,
Kuhn, Lieutenant Reynolds Limbs, Mr.
and Mrs. Goo. R. Lent, Mr. aud Mrs.
('has. Latoo, Mr. aud Mr-. A. H. Loiuli
boroUgh, Miss Loughborough, Miss Ella
Lawrie, Lieutenant and Mrs. C. G. Lyman,
Mrs. licorge Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
heater, Captain Marion P. Mans, Dr. and
Mrs. B -verly MacMonagle, Edward Mar
tin, Mr. Walter S. M .run, Mr. Andrew
Martin, Mr. Peter Martin, Miss Mary D.
McKut, Judge and Mrs. L. W. McKiustry.
Miss Laura Mcttinstry, Mr. Geo. H. Ken
dell, Jr., Mrs. 11. M. A. Miller, Mr. Edgar
A. Mlzner, Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Mont
eajle, Mr. aud Mrs. Frederick S. Moody,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Murphy, Mr. and
Mrs S, G. Murphy, MUs Ethel Murpiiy'
Rev. McSweeney, Mr. and Mrs. McLaugh
lin, Miss McLaughlin, Mr. und Mrs. 1, J,
McCutcheou, Mr. Walter Ne»hall Mr.
George A. Newhul . lieutenant Robert H.
Noble, Miss Jessie Newlaud, Hlae O'Con
.nor, Maud O'Connor, Miss Celia O'Connor,
Mrs. C. D. O'Sullivan, James D. Phelan,
Mr. Horaae Plutt, Mr. aud Mrs. George A.
Pope, R-v. J. J. Reudergast, Mr. William
tl. Rand ill. Archbishop P. W. Riordan,
Mr. and Mm. Arthur 1 lodgers. Mr. George
M R.cliardson, Mr. aud Mrs. Richard
Rising, Judge and Mrs. C. T. Kjlatid,
the Misses Ryla d, Mr. John R. li viand.
Mr. Cac Rjland, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ryland, Mr. S. M. P. Ritneriord. Mr. aud
Mrs. Edward G.Schmtdell, Mrs. Henry
Schmidell, Mr. and Mrs. H. -ehusl r. tho
Misses Schuasler, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
C. Scott. Col and Mrs. W. R.
Shafter, Mr. Edward H. Sheldon.
Mrs.Geo. C. Shreve. Miss Bessie Shrcve,
Mrs. Chat. H. Sunpkius. Mr. Harry K.
Simpkius. Mr. A. H. >mall, Mr. Co in Mc-
Rae Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sprague,
Mr. James Brett Stokes, Dr. and Mi s. Jas.
F. Sullivan, Dr. Wm. Sullivan, Miss An
vela Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sew
ell. Mr. and Mrs. Chas, J. Swift, Mr. Geo.
P. Tallant, Mr. and Mrs. Win. S. Tevis,
Mrs. A. N. Towne, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Theonald, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mr.
Hugo Toland, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Van
Ness, Miss Daisy Van Ness, Baron and
Baroness Yon Schroder. Dr. and
Mrs. Alfred H. Voorhies, Miss Marie
Voorhies. Mrs. John R. Va I. Judge
and Mrs. Wil iam T. Wallace,
Miss Rnrnlctta Wallace, Mrs. F.J. Wnite,
Misses White, Dr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Whit
well, Mrs. M. A. Wilcox, Alfred H. Wileox,
Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Wilson, Lieutenant
Frank 1,. Winn, Mr. and Mrs. William S.
Wood, Miss F.leanor Wood, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert J. Woods, Mrs. Ralph C. Wool
worth, Miss Woolworth, Mr. and Mrs. Clin
ton E. Worden, Miss Williams, Miss Marie
Xane.
Kustdan nfluence In Cores
London, Dec. lv.—A special dispatch
from Shanghai says that news which has
lioen received there confirms the report
tint the Russians were tlio instigators of
the con-piracy of Li Hai Shin n"»>s' '' a
king of Curea. The Russians who assisted
Compos in? a complete stiff or Expert Physi
cians, Medical Authors and Professors. I hey
are j ucornorat'd for $i6o,'MjO Ji your case 13
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frankly toll you the truili Always secure tho
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Their Expert Spcciall-ts ireat disease- »■
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Consultation nhvays Free. Write if you can
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Tbe English and German Specialists
Byrne Building - Los Angeles
in tlie affair have identified Home of tin
Americans who participated in the plot.
It is alleged that the latter joined in the
conspiracy owing to tho revocation of tlie
gold-mine concessions granted by the
queen and because their sularies as advis
ers were reduced.
WAN IS MUKB ALIMONY
firs. Ferry Claims Thnt She Wai Deceived
When She Settled
Tacoma, Wastt., Dec. 10.—A suit Hied
in the United Htatcs circuit court re
calls the Paris scandal of five years ago in
which Colonel and Mrs. C. P. Ferry of
thia ci'y figured as principals. They were
subsequently divorced. Mia. Kvelyn V,
Kerry, the wife, brought an action today
to set aside and have declared void a cer
tain release made by her to him at the
ime the divorce was obtained sevorat
years ago, by which she accepted $50,000
in full settlement Of her community inter
est, and which she now declares to have
been worth at that lime $w>o,ooo.
Sue alleges the settlement wa < procured
by fraud and misrepresentations made to
her by Mr. Perry, and by J. 11. Metcalf,
whom she makes a party to the suit, and
who acted at that time as her attorney.
She charges collusion between them by
means of which she was led to believe the
property was worth but $l."i 0,000. The
community estate lies in Oregon and
Washington. She now claims on -halt of
the Washington property and one-ihi d of
the Oregon, being the wife's portion under
the laws of each state. A similar suit was
begun about two years ago in the su
perior court but failed to obiain judg
ment.
LEXOWING MADRID
A Qigantic Demonstratio i Approving Efforts
at Municipal Purification
MADKiM,Dec.IO. - A gigantic demonstra
tion took place here against the abuses of
the municipal administration of Madrid.
Tlie gathering took place on the Plat t del
lories. All the shops were closed and the
infantry and cavalry of the garrison were
held in readiness for action; but there was
no disturbance.
I'x-Premier Sijrista, the Martinis di,
Vega, the Liberal antl Republican senators
nml deputies and members of political
parties, ecclesiastic and merchants, were
present. Tue meeting today was the indi
rect outcome of an assault recently made
upon Marquis de Cabriana, son of General
i Cahriaua, a young Conservative noble nan,
j famous as one of the best liorsi-meu,
i swordsmen and ct'Clitts in Spain. At 11
oelock on Tuesday, November 19, two
roughs tired several pistol shots at the
young marquis while lie was passing
through a street close to the royal museum
of painiinge. Tula attack was due to the
fact that the marquis had made himseif
conspicuous recently by his c lurageotn at
tacks upon the notorious abuses of the
municipal administration of Madrid.
A World's Fair Reunion
Detroit. viich.,Dec. 10.— t, W. Palmer,
president of the world's Columbian expo
sition, has Issued a call for a meeting of
the executive committee on December 10
to consider such matters connected with
the world's Columbian exposition as may
come before it, Mr. Palmer says there
is still some important busintss to be
transacted, but he is of the opinion that a
quorum cannot be had and that the meet
ing will be in the nature of a reunion.
Pro-Chinese Preachers
Taooma.Wusli.,Dec. 10. -The ministerial
alliance today endorsed the employing of
Chinese servants in this city. This will
doub; less result in tbe matter being seri
ously agitated. A committee of fifteen
has decided to call on M. Riggs, who is em
ploying Chinese servants, tomorrow and
formally demand tbat he dismiss and send
them out of the city.
Proceeding by Placard
London, Dec. 10.—A Vienna dispatch to
the Dai y Telegraph says that numerous
p'acards were found distributed about
t'onstantinop eon Mmday announcing the
incapacity of the government and demand
ing a constitution. It is asserted that
these proc am nions are the work of tho
sultan's favorites with the idea of terror
izing him and of rul ng the present minis
ters.
Want to Be Colonels
Washington, Dec. 10.—Three officers of
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ilia Second regiment of the Minnesota
National Guard have made formal appli
cation to the authorities of Venezuela for
eommisfions in the Venezuelan army.
They are Colonel J'seph Bab eter of St.
Paul, Major George Whitney ot Farihault
and Captain li. A. Lemay of Winona. R-»c
--resentadve Tawney hss forwarded their
ap lieatioos to tho mims'er at Caracas,
and a personal letter tn President Crespo
accompanies the applications.
GUY PAWKtSEV JAILBIRDS
Exposure of an Alleged flat to Blow Ip
tne New York Jail
New York, Dec. 10.—The only sensa
tional event in connection with the trial
of Sheriff Tamsen was a rumor that "Old
Billy" Vosburg told the district attorney
that three escaped prisoners. Allen, Kil
loran and Dussell, had formed a plot
to blow up the jail with dynamite,
but that he was not in the plot.
The plan to escape with the use of dy na
mi c, be said, was to make a ho c in tl.e
wall of the jai , stuff it full of dynamite
and blow up the building.
Voerturg stated, the rumor says, tbat he
thought it unite possible that if an investi
gation was made, enough dynamite might
be found in the w* is to bow up the btti cl
ing. Co'onei Fe l! ows, it is said, at once
began an investigation, but when ques
tioued he refused either to confirm or deny
the story.
Wrecked and Sunk
London, Deo. 10.—It is repor ed that an
unknown hree-masted schooner was
wrecked and sunk by lie a orin off the
island of Auckland, in the North sea, near
Freisland. All persons on board wero
drowned.
— Liverpool workhouses are to be supp' ed
with incubst rs. as 100 many babies die
; mere from dicer weakness.
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