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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 12, 1872, Boston, Massachusetts                                TUESDAY NOVEMBER PRICE FOUR AMUSEMENTS B O S T ON ACSING AKTICtE THE TAMXHTS Every Kvebinpr at and and Afternoons at FURTHER T o B at 2 and WJGRAMME involving the WESDAY EVEN be presented the LOUIS LOUIS COULDOOK Concluding with the amusing Raymond Specialty of tho SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM I SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM UAYMOND THURSDAY Willow Popular prices BOSTON AMD THIS MISS CHARLOTTE As MEG GUY and Saturday Daughter aud 1addy Miles 1addy Miles Doors open at 7 Begins at SPECIAL The management respectfully announce that the EMINENT AUTHOR and DION And the charming and gifted DION MISS AGNES Are engaged to appear ut this on MONDAY In most beautiful and popular Hiber nian Love entitled ARRAHNAPOGtJE THE WICKtOW Which will he produced with New anil Appropriate iiy a Cast of Exceptional Including DION THE POST DION MEKLIHH Their original The celebrated Character SIIEIL BARRY as MICHAEL TEENY His 13 rat appearance iu this Keats can be secured Six Days in T J A M E S OPENING HAYING BEEN BEAUTIFULLY FRESCOED BRILLIANTLY LIGHTED NOW THE COSIEST THEATRE IN After months of ROI ROI The worldrenowned MARTINET VON BOUQUET BALLET ISLAND OF EVERY SCENE WO BEAUTIFUL 15 This piece produced at an expense of MATINEE on WEDNESDAY aud Box office open at 9 OWARD RICH H Great Double aud Monday and Tuesday tbe Sensational THE TICKETOFIEAVE Wednesday nnd Thnraday new local BARING the IJoaton Friday and the beau tiful nantical EYED The above dramas will commence the Af ter winch the great variety Introducing the largest ana best comhinntion in tho First appearance this season of the popular banjo Billy First appearance of the eccentric Hibernian John Doors will open at 7 on account of the extreme length of the our patrons will please be in their seats at when tlie entertainment will pos itively commence Wednesday Daring Dick and Saturday Black Eyed Susan and KNOW THYSELF1 JODRDAINS GALLERY OF 807 Washington opposite Hayward Place A thouPiind startling and thrilling models of tho human in Health and Open from 9 to 10 Admission 50 L O G TJ A TVT I An1 Clogs given Rrntis to all Jt A JM J 1 D i iUE Banjo or 180 Hanover ACADEMY O F CHELSEA EBWIN TWO NIGHTS lath HAMLET AND pARKEE FRATERNITY LEC 5 CHOICE LECTURES FOR Iloaorved ANNA DICKINSON Will Lecture on TUESDAY November at iz at TKEMONT TO HINDER To be followed by the following speakers JOHN Subject Theodore Subject What I Know About Select SiDRie evening with reserved cents or for the flve choice reserved at SI for sale at Ditsion t Music 277 Washington or at Tremout Temple on tbe evening of OSTON UNIVERSITY LECTURE si Six lectures on eKpeclally as it luis exist ml nmong the more civilized liv Theodore luta President ot Yale Lecture itfl Relations between Polytheism and Mouotlie B B Especially Images and Estimate of the Higher Pagan Il5 Trovidence the above course of lectures vvill be delivered in WeHleyau Ilromuld street November and being the aud Fridays of the aeeond and third weelcs of the Hie hour oil Mondays wilt be 12 on other 11 A cordial invitation Is extended AtimiHsion OSTON L Y C E MUSIC Wednesday November BRET Ancoouuts of Tickets now readyjit Music EIGHTH ANN UAL LECTURE WILL BE DELIVERED IN TREMONT NOVEMBER The subject will be EiDWIU Abrabam Lincolns Secretary of What be What lie and How lie did Samuel the intimate f rieuil of Stan will Tirkets to be obtained of Drew and 2 und at he LADIES LADIES AND INFANTS FURNISHING At lower priced than they can be bought at any other house In Best quality of Gorman trom 60 cents up Best quality of French from S2 Beet quality of from 40 cents Twentyspring Hoop 75 Twentylive Bining Hoop 85 Thirtyspring Hoop SI every skirt made of the best and I BUY MY GOODS FROM THE MANUFAC TURERS IN PARIS ladies purchasing goods at my store have to pay but one JOHN 51 Temple K A N DjOP E N I N GRAND OPENING Ol PARIS JOHN 51 TEMPLE Begs leave to announce tbat bor Opening of Paris bought by herself in during tlie past will take place THURSDAY and November Utli and Tbe goods displayed con sist of STITCHED AND WOVEN LADIES FURNISHING Comprising Bridal Night Chem and Walking Cnder Flannel Hoop and Cloth Party INFANTS Long High and Low Neck Baptismal Dresses and First Short Dresses and Walking Dresses and Flannel Thibet aud Flannel In fants Shirta and worsted In antB est to the most elegant Infants Hoots and and Cashmere Hats and at very low JOHN 51 Temple C ABPETINGS Snow At their NEW SIAKBLE with all jnodern stcara appliances for transacting an immense are dully replenishing their stock FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC OIL In every thus enabling them to show a stock second to none In the at prices as low as the SNOW 43 and 45 Washington TIO GENTLEMEN KDHKISI1ING THEIR OWN Wo Trim and Make at tho following prices PantN mid Vests KJ13 5O Coats K910 to Overcoats 10 to 18 WOOD 831 Washington next door to Boston Proprietors ot Woods System of O E Wear seemly THE LONDON STREET GLOVE Is very larpely taking the placo of all other Gloves for ordinary being the boat iowprioed Gloves possi Imported and sold by HEWINS 47 Temple INS II o jr Importers aud Retailers of MENS FINE SHIRTS MADE TO O K D E R 47 TEMPLE UNSCATHED BY IIOGEKS WHOLESALE DEALERS IN READYMADE AT TKEIK OLD 10 Faneuil Hall TJ O S F O 3ST OPPOSITE FANEUIL Have a full line of DESIRABLE at FOB HER But oneother Wholesale KBtablibUmeut of the hiiid is leftintuct BUSINESS OFFICES TO BE Several roonifl at 16 DevonBliire marble near Sate HOKACK 1 Eoom Devonshire Box miflh HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW The losses of tliis Company by the recent fire CANNOT EXCEED and every claim will be PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND The Cash Assets of this sterling Institution are over FOUR AND A HALF MILLION and in financial strength and hon orable reputation it stands preemi nently in the front It paid last year for Chicago losses over Two Million without a single litigation or the calling in Of one Dollar of its large loans on Bond and At the present wlien the community are anxiously seeking RELIABLE their attention is particularly called to this Leading American Good risks at current rates re speetfully solicited by HOLLIS 41 Devonshire o s ir o yr AND BY BOSTON The Home has Agencies at all principal places in the United PAGES PATENT TANNED PAGE BELTING Formerly at 1 Federal have secured rooms at 24 Exchange And haven btoclcof ete TV rr ic E Merritt Blanchards May be found at their temporary 21 R E BLAKE STEARNS HAVE BKMOVKD S A H E L W H E E IS ESTABLISHED AT 33 BATTKKYMAKCH Ready For JJUTLEB IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN S IMI L L W Millinery 9O and O2 Tremout Street AKD 1 and 2 Montgomery AND PERSISTENT ADVERTISING THE SURE ROAD TO SUCCESS IN BTJSI3STESS Changing their BASIS OF OPKIIATJOXS will fiud that the newtpaper columns are the beet mediums for with their and now save thtlnselvfeH the lubor of attending to the insertions of their earde iu the several papera by giving their crdera to ing 106 WabMujftou N O IPilth T 1 C E BROWN HAVK TAKEN CHAMBER 34 Up Three Where their Hooks and Accounts may now be Wo shall be readv In a day or two to resume business with a Stock of WHITE anil shall he happy to eco our former customers and We have saved part of our which will bn of fered and NliW GOODS will lie AT ONCE and wo shall iROMlTLV offer as LARGE AND VARIED A STOCK TO THE MERCHANTS LATELY DOING IN THE BURNT All merchants who have been burnt outare ns soon as they shall have taken new to send their address to tho office of the Secretary of the HOARD OF 43 CHAUNOY where a registry will be kept of all business to be published as soon as it shall be made HAMILTON BOARD OK tt P If C JTA L N O T I E ROGERS Importers and Wholesale Dealers in CROCK CHINA and GLASS Located before the fire at 107 have lease d tho elogani chambers at 63 ST31KIST and 165 FKIENI AVhcvo will Iceeii a complete iiasnrtraontof tlic above Korosenb Lampa Chande Plated Also u full lim nf poods for the Holiday old friends and ciiBtnincra will ploaso not forget us because we arc binned ACCOUNT OF 1 EMO VAL THE OFFICE OF THE Great Western Despatch SOUTH SHORfe LINES HAVE KEEN KBMOVKD TO 20 WATER CORNER DEVOHSHIRE 6 C We ehall continue our without Intermis at onr braneb 36 JJENRY HALL lute of 24 and Mi lluwley TAljat AND TWINE inny lie 1oimcl ut 114 Washington up one flight next lo Boston Journal whore ho Is rciiily to attend to business as HENJIY Jg O S T O N ELASTIC FABRIC COMPANY KKSITMK BUSINESS AT 82 Chauncy With facilities unimpaired by the Fire for executing orders In all departments of tlielr FELT ROOFING COMPANY KEMOVED TO J INDIA I L L C L A B K E CO DEALERS IN Jluvo removed for the pretumt to 11 PEMBERTON Where hey are prepared to continue their uuHlneBH with iiiKliminiNhcd J C B U K It A G 1C HAVK KEMOVED TO 332 WASHINGTON J HOT O G R A P H S OK TUB BURNT TILTON IlookficljerB and 101 WiudiliiRtou OF rjiHE BOSTON JOURNAL Ittmoved to 13 Iupvr iipiMnr as E M O V A L WlijMARTM Importers trf have removed to ChaiiiberH 174 Tremont the JJ O W L A N D LUCE OFFICE AT LEWIS Corner Atlantic SPABHAWK MAY EB FOUND AT 22 lioom where they trust to soe their old friends and and can deliver anything in their line at November ITT Pi ourietor of the Scriptural Tract 19 Lindull and Publisher of THE loses all his Presses aud some woith no He has resumed buKlnWK at SO Hanuver and expects to his paper promptly and punk things as C A N B E F O U N JONES BOOT AND SHOE can be found at their New AND 112 8UDBUBY BUB5ETT Y Manufacturers and MENS AND BOYS Opened at 78 CHAIWCV TUTCSDAY THE GREAT C A L A Ml T Y PEN CONFIDENCE ONK THOUSAND Business Firms Burned FIREMEN STILL AT ARRIVAL OF NEW YORK THE POLICE AND MILITARY OUST DESOLATION In the Burnt FURTHER The Uifl ruined was dreary No words can fittingly describe the blank and awful desolation that haunted the Acres upon acres cf fallen blocks of tottering broken streets nnd roadways blotted from view as completely as though none had ever existed Tho be tween the busy crowded beyond their usiml und the desert of destruction In their imme diate wan strikingly On the one side of the narrow lino that divided them was every ap pearance of a joyous holiday on the tho gloom and horror of u huge Thousands strangled aud crowded towards tho rope barriers that were erected to idiom from the burned and bickered with the Bcntincls for that admission within which they knew they could not or stood and craned their necks to BUC that which was impossible they could Excited groups stood on street comers con versing nbout the and any one who could lay claim to I he slightest knowledge of any of Us inci dents instantly became the centre pf an idle circle who huddled about him and drank In his words with a greed that amounted to avidity him for the nonce into n and gazing at him with a mixed glance of curiosity and admiring envy when he went on his Not being moved by mere and armed with u talisman til the slmie ol a pass from Chief of Police wo push our way through the stepping bcucafch the we enter Summer street and pass on our tour of ob Tlie walking Is not our road luting over sharp broken bricks and bowlders of Trudging slowly along wo soon make our way Into the midst of the and see naught on all us far as tho eye can but one dreary wasto of fragmentary Portions of wall warped out of shape and threatening to crash down ward on the slightest provocation iron pillars stick Ing obliquely up from tho midst of piles tof sooty like buoys through the sea of waste miles of gnspipo twisted of us thouuh thuy had writhed in their last agony and had so expired largo bolts enrlwl into corkscrew shape maxim ot tunglod telegraph wire that catch our feet and ImiKxIo our way columns of brick with jugged edges that seem to tn ruble through the hot vapors that rlso and quiver about There is a sickly auicll of smouldering leather and and every now and then a blast of hot air dashes against ones face and fans It Into u fever with its simoon On cither side are dcup in which hogrliumod fire men arc to IK Been tearing away masses of brick and stone laying bare somo steaming Vajwru and mephltlc gases stream up in every and oath brentli of wind hurls forth a mass of Hmoltc that veils the whole scene as with a and through which figures are dimly seen stalking to nnd fro liko Hero iimUhcru the remaining walls have a picturesque and iu one spot the rude remains of columns resting horizontally on of twos and irresistibly remind one of Urn weird ruins of Orouiw of curiosity hunters dot the place here and there and grimy men with pitkaxes and dripping and weary firemen lend a grateful animation to the As the sun goes down it looks bloodred and of hugesine through the vapor and the mist that arise from the smoking heaps which encumber the Fitul cast the yet Blaritlinj piles of creep over the ground and uti additional gloom comes over the place twilight Kettles upon Iclies of fire run along the start out from crevices in the prone flare up close nt ones und begin todot the ruins in all directions now blazing and now flashing up iu u lerco manner and then When the shades of night arc fairly on the a lurid lare ppivadu along the ground in nil emit ting no useful but maintaining a sullen and an angry The sky at the Is broken up into etrange shapes by tall and irregular paldies if caused by the yet uutulleri and an awful gloom MUles down upon We until our IJCK arc weary of the ghostly Jiiouotony and turn them upward for but the heavens arc lint truui view by a ruddy which IB sullied by the lagged blears of Btuokc constantly An we wend our we view on either pidc numberless painted on dun announcing where Ihe late tenants of tbe spots may now In the and the dreamy awtocialioiiH that arise In the they cause the place to look like a rude gravei yard with Its It was dangerous picking our way through lie I labyrinth of confusion that hemmed us in on every i must tread gingerly if he would not lone hlu footing among the jugged that are heaped up betorc At a sudden turn iu our we come upon a Hiuall body of men with down in a We descend into this pit oi i half Mined by the hot vapors that i A number of workmen arc digging looking like a group of Cyclops at their forge their faces lighttd up by the unsteady tlame of the burning und coining out sharply from the midst of the hiuvy plmdows that surround They strike and iu their animated their pictur ue the of the scone tint ei coiupiiFbCh and the strong light that illumines purlkm and leaves the remainder in deep rngs one of Salvatur Hosas savage scenes vividly to the Picking tmr upward way with diUKulty we emerge into a fcilrnt and deserted where not a yjtark of firtor a puff of tmo2e break the We arc In a muze of here the trickling of water is the only found that is The gloom ami noisless terror of the place a chill through and the echo of our footsteps Is almost painful In mo notony with which 11 disturbs the ghostly A faint and continuous hum drones upon the borne hither from the busy We plod on wearily in lu silence and past fiery bitsoC heaps ot huge masses of vm ill groups of firemen and policemen huddled flickering flninefl in liembrantcnqno pictures quenoss through and multitudinous until our soul proves weary with the aweinspiring sameness of the scene and we suddenly emerge from all of this stillness and gloom into the streets dazed and and as though we had been rudely awakened froin some appallingly vivid and were yet uncertain as to the reality of all we had ex out Into the busy world onco among the shrill cries of the murmur of many the rumbling of the hoatwe chanting of perplexed and the whirl and confusion tlial tells of life and to thank Heaven that such scones as those through which we had Just strayed were not an cveryday There wns no light In the save that which was reflected from the orangecolored that overhung the and that which glared blustcrlngly from ttie stands of fruitvenders on the The many passers wcro indistinctly and went on their way like Every now and then the confusion was broken by the sharp and regular tup of a and the steady tramp of Tlic for the most were closed but now and then one might be seen with a few candles In the win dow that threw a feeble light upon nnd looked the more melancholy for their very Early in the evening the wind drove a slight fog down that blotted out the distance and a chill air began to prevail that caused idlers to hasten to their Theshoulsof the newsboys gradually died away the last boy hod given bia last and soon the puffing of the which shot columns of sparks Into the air from their smoke and the occasional rumbling of a stray vehi were I he only Rounds that vibrated upon the The fevorlsh excitement that hud prevailed through the day was allayed for the and before the usual lime the qniotncBsof midnight crept over the cly and loft it to its troubled The Goueritl The general aspect of the burned district audits borders lumilncd unchanged The points nicsl exposed to further spread of the Ire were eeclulonsly and the prompt arid well directed efforts of the thegrounds cheeked the slightest attempt of the grim and dcMroyerto renew his At various places among the rnlnn parties were engaged in re moving ho debris to get the safes be On Summer street systematic work was in progress for the clearing of the pavement of the wreck of fiillon walls for width to allow the passage of curiosity of the people generally was evidently and an endless precession of uneasy visitors from ho rural districts moved to nnd fro outsido the strictly guarded boundaries of the fluid of Mnny were tho happy posnmorn of which enabled them to yivo hill scope to their pnt np passion for and these left no part of tho pecnc while housetops and smilnr points of observation were availed of by otlers for tho purpose of studying the weird features of the The At quite an early stage of the progress of the lire fears began to he on tho part of tho Itoston SaxLight of aocidunts reaullin from the escape of In the burning but the means wheioby these could bo prevented without turning off the total gas supply of the city wore lack tho valves and siphon hoxes regulating the supply in tho burning being rendered tnaccossiblo by the lire To Hbul off all the gas from tho city was of tbe question as the com pany did not feel willing to assume the responsibility of snch a measure without They felt that sin ions inconvenience if not danger might be thore which would more than counterbalance the risk incurred by neglecting so to The consequence was that In many of lie ruined buildings the large supply pipes beenme opcnedby the and the gas burning in some cases for many it being Impossible or inexpedient tuextinguish Until halfpast one on mornlcig no more Eerious results were experienced than he waste of This waste hns thus far amounted to u million i ml a half causing a loss of over SMIIO to the At the time flic serious explosion look place near the head of Summer canning a fresh outbreak of the as is well Soon the comimny received instruction from the authorities of the city to shut oft the and this was at once Siitllelent remained in tho pipes to furnish a supply to many these In elevated persons continuing to burn heir gas for the greater part of the Early yesterday morning the com pany took measures to allow the gas to be shut off from the burnt dlslricl while still furnishing to the rest of the The various vulvas and siphon boxes were properly and In many eases pipes were cut and It was thought that this work was complete tin to warrant the letting on of tho gns and this was accordingly done yes terday The numeroiiH explosions which followed In various parts of the oily that all was yet made and the company now that the line of duty by in the direction of depriving the oily of Its gus supply hist So Ihe primitive methods of illumination were brought Into genera candleund kerosene dealers piled a brisk trade utterthe an nouncement of the condition of affairs had bncji The will make the ninNt vigorous exertions to H completely IwHlt tho burnt district in the way ineiilJoneil us to render a renewal of tin supply free from IoMhly one night more of at the will be nil that is Just here may bo well to explain the cause of these which is not generally The large supply pipes first become broken by the falling of the or In eases are melted allowing the gas to In eases I he escape is made into it confined as for a cellar covered with and liolug uitublc to escape yot j forced by the expansive power of the heat and the lonstant pressure from it finds Its way into Ihe sowers nnd other underground openings and becomes mixed with the requisite proportion of air to form a powerful explosive the slightest spark brought Into contact with it the most disastrous A mixture of eight parts of air furnishes the condition most favorable to Meeting of the General Relief A meeting ot the general relief commit tec was held at the City yesterday submitted a from the liurouu of cf which ue is that they had opened an oOicc in tho board of Public in Clmrdoii where all cases of relief will be fully discussed and and a competent person will take charge of the A Finance Committee was convicting of the followingnamed genlJeuien William George Samuel A very Martin and also u Oils Tlie committee voted to recommend tho appoint ment of the following committee to secure for and aid such women as may have been deprived of work by the lire Harrison Gray William CUUiin William Samuel Mrs Augustus William Miss Frances U Miss Laura Henry Martin tev r Itulus William Hie following note was addressed to William Gray from the directors of Tiemout tender ing the nw of that institution oo Kovem ber for the purpose of holding a meeting of tbe citizens William Board of Directors of Trillion Temple lender the use of Trcmont Temple at stuh hours as your cmnmit ti e SOLOMON Gray of tbe SinciuHIomuiittte of ottered She following as a report of that conncit tie on the mensuies they recommend ts be adopted That Ihe appeal to the rity of Boston 10 i ktablirh anew iu thy burnt district tho ui all the streets which are loo narrow oi too fur the iiieBBUt and tuiuie wants of the chief city of Jven intjwratm ly demands Immediate the oittouB uf in Itis refptclf utly but earnestly request tMin miBBloner of Streets and City Council of Boston im mediately to revise and establish the lines of tlra streets In tlic upon a comprehensive and lib eral relying upon the energy and progressive spirit of the people to approve such no and wo pledge ourselves to support the com missioners and City Council in the exercise of the power and responsibility belonging to them in this That the citizens of Boston earnestly request the City Council to prohibit any further con struction of Mansard and to limit the height of all buildings within the city so that sucTi a conflagration may not be That the time nnd opportunity for tbe erection of a MerchantsKxclmngein the centre of associating together In mercan tile has and we strongly advise that steps be taken at once to procure a proper and a suitable building adapted to the and worthy of tho merchants of That Judge Abbott and George Rich ardson be appointed to draw up a resolution to bo presented to tho general recommending the calling of an extra session of the Legislature by the that an act of aid may be To recommend the of a com mittee to call at once a meeting of the citizens of Boa and to secure the attendance of That a committee bo appointed to urgo the General Government to acquire the land between the new Post Office and Congress to enlarge the present site for Government That a committee bo appointed to request the Mapiiachnsctts senators and representatives in Congrcus tx secure the passage of an act of allowing the same drawback on building material as was allowed to Portland and That the Citv Government appoint a committee of engineers and scientific men to investi gate the origin of the present with a view to the adoption of suitable measures to prevent the recur rence of another like That great relief can bo afforded to un employed by preparing a list of such women and recommending their employment by the head each household in doing new which must he done in each family at seme Tho followingnamed gentlemen were added to the general committee James A very George Samuel Joseph Hamilton John Martin Jerome James Ed waid Charles James Patrick Edward Martin Nathan Arthur Perciviil Ever George Samuel William Burt The mayor read a communication from the town of that the citizens had voted to dispense with the town and devote the funds to the aid of The mayor received a cheok from Blake Brothers at 28 State presenting the city to be added to the General Iteliof A letter was received by the Belief Committee from in behalf of the proprietors df the Boston the entire receipto ivxt Saturday evenings entertainment for thoce rendered homeless and destitute by the great lire also a letter from Kieh Jt offering the use of tho Howard Athemvuin and the appropriation of tho receipts of the performance on Friday No vember The following committees wcro apporutcd by tho William Gray To petition Congress to enlarge the area of the Post William To petition Congress for the remission of duties on building Judge Jnines To call u special meeting of tho liam Avery Martin Wil llnm To call a iiiulic meet which was voted to be held at at 12 Hamilton Franklin That all moneys received by the mayor bo placed In ilie hands of the Finance Committee for their proper disposal and tbe treasurer In also au thorized to pay all moneys approved by The committee then adjourned until this morning at ten Tlie Kltoe micl leather Trale0 Among tho heaviest loiers by the tire are the shoe and leather dealers with commendable prompt n meeting of the members of the trade was hold nt thu Board of Trade rooms yesterday morning at ten ExGovernor Ctotlin wns chosen cliiilrman and The room wan well about 150 gentlemen being pres Addresses were made by Pomcroy and Governor A committee was appointed to enquire the mode of obtaining temporary location and electing edifices for the use of boot and shoe firms whoso premises have boon Ttie following gentlemen constitute the committee Backeller and The commit tee visited City Hall yesterday after noon and held a conference upon the subject sub mitted to will report to the members of tho trade at Mechanics Hall this forenoon at ten The secretary of tlie Shoe and Leather will mnko lils headquarters at Me chanics building for the and as soon as prepare a list of the places of busi ness teiected by trade for tile present Postofflcc The arrangements for the reception and delivery of postal mutter are progressing FuneuilHal presents a busy spectacle with the full force of clerks on nnd the sorting of the mails goes on as rapidly as considering the limited facilities for the All the mail matter is piled improvised tables awaiting the box which will probably be put In position The full force of forty eurrlera was on duty all day but found it impossible to accomplish owiilg to the general Ono of tho carriers on the Kllby Mriiit route was seen busily at work among the ruins copying the new addresses of his former patrons from the aignx set up upon the site of their stores and No newspapers will be de livered for a day or but the authorized mes sengers of the vaiious publishers will he passed into the where they can get their The entrance to the hull is strongly guarded by tbe and the mail matter is full as safe as If it was in Inclo Sams Letters are collected from the plrcet boxes as As soon as the Old South ciin the postoffice will by moved LO that TlieBank The vaults of tbe Everett the Bank of North America and the Itcvcru Bank have been got at among the and the contents were found in a ood state of In thu Bank of North Amerieasceuritles and money amounting to over a million dollars thus escaicd The re port from the Freemans National which was located on Summer near the junction ot Bedford is less Jt appears tiiut a large amount of discounted promissory notes belonging to the and other securities belonging to private indi were placed in outer safe or This was not sufficiently firm to withstand the tierce and the door become to that these valuable amounting to were The inner wife had bevii got out of tho but was not opened Its contents arc believed to be all A portion of the dues to the repreieiiteil by the promissury will doubtle 3 be paid by the parties for whom the paper was but as the books of the bank are de strojed the bank officers will have to depend on the honesty of those of their debtors who have saved their own books and on tbe memory of others who may forward to make Amoug the indi vidual IOHTS is Burleyof the Second who had a considerable amount of bonds there de and who will receive the sincere sympathy of his many friends iu his If they each make this feeling practical in tbe shape of one dallar contributed it will make the lieutenant rich The actual facts iu regard to the loss of tbe cveral insurance companies will noi be known for acme and while it is no easy matter tu say that this company will pay such u and another one more or there IK little satisfaction iu such statements unless they artluiMd actual There was no corncried action of the New England companies but undoubtedly the loss will full must heavily this class of compa The following urc some of che cases In which the luw and insurance ins IKCD ascertained Harding wholesale cloth ing Ijfevonsliire viixet stock amounting to was a total Jois insured for Htnsbiiw thck tindiiigb loss about 000 inriiivd fur in Boston Woollen iA Franklin folly covered in foreign not doing large iu vit KiijMh   

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