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Boston Post (Newspaper) - January 13, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Vol. Xxx no. 11 tuesday morning. January 13, 1891 Price two cents capital ,000,000.00. Surplus paid in 8500,000.00 old Colony Trost co., Ames building Corner of court and Washington a a transacts a general banking business und Fallows interest on All daily balances subject to Check personal accounts desired and coupons cashed and dividends collected for depositors free of charge and agent in financial transactions Transfer agent registrar and trustee under mortgages. The Safe Deposit vaults will be ready Early in february. Seconal Weet Frederick l. Ames. John f. And soil. John l. Bremer. T. Joe Hebdon Coolidge or. Martin t. Jefke son Coolidge. George f. Fabyan. Board of directors. George p. Gardner. Francis l. Higginson. Henry a. Howe. Walter Hunnewell. p. . George von l. Meyer. Laurence Minot. Richard Olney. Henry r. Reed. Lucius m. Sargent. Nathaniel. Thayer. John i. Waterbury. Stephen m. Weld. Henry c. . T. Jefferson Coolidge jr., Presidio of. C. S. Tuckerman treasurer in Misong goods department Cust mlle shirts gentlemen who appreciate the Comfort of perfect fitting shirts Are reminded that to employ a special Force of cutters and makers and use Only carefully selected material thorough workmanship and Correct patterns guaranteed. For evening dress we have the latest designs. Price reasonable for the Best production. Extra Cick Laubry work Artillea Are received Here for the Lau Viderer the original and Best Troy works every week Day and returned to customers the second Day after. Price for collars and cuffs 2 cents each. Special attention Given to ladies collars and boys Sailor collars at the same Price. All articles for gentlemen swear such As underclothing hosiery gloves neck Wear breakfast jackets Bath wraps Jackin tosses Etc. Shopping satchels useful at any season. Interesting souvenirs of Boston the state House and old Hancock House on tiles Price fifty cents each for Sale in this department. Irpa is Gomzy 400 Washington Street. By jl.�0 Iryll cd . Extra Ordino a collection water color Paivi Lings an important and int Orestina excl Hytlon of the work by the Arti it. Of the Lombardy school embracing the work of the Artuto of m11.aiy. Tit Lylw mod Kiva and Bolo Ubia. Aug May fins works of tho dutch Freob a pails English danish belgian roman and american schools sales wednesday thursday Friday and saturday Jan. 14,15, 16 and 17, at 3. This mornings news. General. Advocates of a currency resting non Gold values Are reluctant to have a free coinage Bill go to tie Page 6 new England fishermen anxious for a solution of the Newfoundland fishery problem. Page 6 Success of collector beards efforts to secure Justice to importers. Page 6 All the Treasury surplus needed for pensions Page 6 report on Lowell a water Supply. Page 6 senator chandlery a Telegram regarding the proposed investigation by the House of the political situation in new Hampshire. Pagel congressman of Neill Prepa ring the was for a Bill to authorize a Bridge Between Ewt Boston and the North end. Page 5 Steamer City of new Bedford stove Indya a heavy sea and otherwise badly damaged 1er cargo drenched. Page 1 the new Quot York chamber of Commerce adopts reports against free coinage of Silver and Aga lust or. Windom sinter convertible Bond plan. Paste 4. Four men wrecked on a Rock off Portland head and the sea so High that immediate Rescue is impossible. Page 1 the advisory Board of the Western traffic association elect commissioners. Page 4 general Miles in doubt regarding the intentions of the Hostiles. Page 1 the striking spinners of the Troy Mill return to work. Page 2 a freight train the icy track on the Maine Central and goes Over an embankment. Two brakeman killed. Page 1 the Behring sea controversy before the United states supreme court. A petition in behalf of the British Schooner w. P. Sav Ward. Page 2 the Rush of ice in the it Housatonic River de this is tie second and last week of our advertised Sale of remnants in custom department made into trousers toorderats4.85 sales in this department alone last week amounted to Many thousands and we expect this week will show a greater Rush than last. All orders delivered in five Days. G. W. Simmons amp co. 32 to 44 North Street Oak Hall Boston. Tie last Waali. Or. Gladstone replies and says or. Parnell asserted that which is not True concerning the manifesto or. My Carthy on or. Of Brien at the bout one conference Revot ution begun in Chili Boston republicans last evenings meeting of the Ward and City committee lans for reorganization strays a Railroad Bridge. S4.00. Ibe Best Valno in a is Rby hat Ever made equal to any retailed at ,h5.00. To lies a a oods Are Ninde in a Thorou h manner of Wiir Sueell shape and car Aii teed in every Way. Mail us Yoiiro size and we will Send you one neatly packed in a Box on receipt of Price. Savage King amp co., 31 Boylston St. An old miser taken As a pauper s rom a ship with s3000 in uis clothing. Page 1 foreign. Many persons killed and injured by an Avalanche falling upon a town in Bosnia. Page 1 death of Baron Haussmann in Paris. Page 6 the Aitu Avlon in Scotland becoming critical. Page 2 reported revolution in Bih started by the naval forces. Page 1 or. Gladstone denies what or. Parnell said at Limerick about or. My Carthy and the manifesto. Page 1 foreign companies Doin business in the Argentine Republic heavily taxed. Page 1 City and suburban. The House adopts resolutions on the death of judge Charles Devens. Both branches of the legislature hold Short sessions Pege 8 a Bill to regulate the writing of israelite divorces. Page 8 programme for the reorganization of the Republican Ward Ana City committee. Page 1 new entries on the docket of legislative counsel. Page 8 a democratic club organized in Somerville. Page 8 the school Board of 1891 was organized last night and mayor Matthews was present. Page 8 report of the civil service commiss Loi is to the legislature. Page 6 annual meeting of the Home for aged men Page 4 the courts. Page 8 a railway collision in Watertown injures two men and does considerable damage to the trains Paffi 1 resolutions adopted on the Desmith of Captain Lewis Withington by the Roxbury City guard. Pane 6 fraternal orders Campaign. Page 8 yesterday afternoon when the Steamer Iowa arrived from Liverpool Emigrant agent col Cord found John Brown apparently Aboul eighty years old Jon Hoard. He was ragged and dirty Aud covered with vermin. To was taken to the Harbor police station As a pauper and searched. On his Back he had an old violin strapped just As he had brought it All the Way from Europe. In searching him lieutenant Swan put his hand on the old Many Shack and Tomid that to had a heavy weight concealed under his Vest. On removing the garment tho officers found sewed in the Back of it s3893 in Gold. When they attempted take the Money the old Man fought like a Tiger but he was finally overpowered. He appeared to be dome Teu. His utterances were incoherent to a great extent but he managed to make the officers understand that he had lived m this country thirty years most of this time in Gloucester and that he had gone to Europe and returned with his treasure when the officers found it. Food was placed in his cell but to refused to touch it till his Money was restored to him. Exactly what tho charge is for which he is locked up nobody could Tell. He was neither disorderly nor drunk and evidently was not a Evan Eucal Alliance officers. Officers were elected As follows at tho annual meeting of the evangelical Alliance in the Meion Aon yesterday president the Rev. B. F. Hamilton. . Vice presidents the Rev. Phillips Brooks the Rev. C. A. Dickinson the Rev. Louis a Banks the Rev. Charles h. Spaulding the Rev. William Adams the Rev. William Graham the Rev. John Wood tho Rev. Theodore Gouid the Rev. A m. Lowden or. Russell Sturgis. Or. Edward a Simpson the Rev Clarence Bickford the Rev. E. Darst tho Rev. E. Edmunds recording Secretary the Rev. Nelson b. Jones. Or. Corresponding Secretary. Joseph Cook treasurer. Deacon George w. Chipman auditor tho Rev. Will c. W Ood the Hon e. Dunn tho Rev. A. G. Lanson the Hon. E. A Cpl Orson tho Rev. James m Gray the Rev. N. Beach the Rev. W. I Ilavern. The Rev. A a. Hilton the Rev. In j Adams . An invitation was extended the Alliance by the Rev. Or. A. P. Bixby in behalf of the directors of the Lay College at cresent Beach to meet there in May. And the invitation was accepted. The Rev. Or. A Mckenzie addressed the meeting on Quot the ministry Aud the holy spirit. Late ship news. New York Jan. 12.�?.irrivrrt, Brit Ruby St. Pietre sailed steamship iii Yutian Monarch Foi London ship August for Antwerp. Cleared Steamer grecian la Gallats London Schooner Arizona Lohnes Lithia a n. S. S. M Liard Merrill Havana. For today s weather report see Page 2. Franco american food Nch Trade of All Mark labels. Ups. A exquisite in flavor a a Jurion Learland. Ready for use save warming. Eighteen varieties. In Glass and in cans. Soup at All Aasi Gausas. Where there is a will Thor 1� a Way to break it. Life insurance can he made payable directly to interested without interference by anyone. Irus t a t. Fil Elps. State Aal. A cry a whoa. R. Wilson for president and or. Sanford for Secretary Loudon Jan. 12.�?a despatch was sent to or. Gladstone today in regard to or. Parnell a statement in his Limerick speech that or. My Carthy communicated to the sex Premier the substance of Parnell a manifesto before it was Publia had. In reply to this or. Gladstone telegraphs As follows a emr. Parnell a assertion is untrue. Or. My Carthy told me that he had a manifesto but to not describe its or. My Carthy authorizes a denial of the report that serious differences arose at the Boulogne conference. A says that the statement that the m Carthy ites demanded unqualified support of their Leader and of Brien repelled their demand thus leaving a loophole for Parnell to return is a pure invention., it is stated that the government has ordered the Irish county police inspectors to furnish returns of the branches of the National league throughout Ireland stating in each Cass a whether the Branch supports or opposes or. Parnell. Or. Tanner ones Parnell. Or. Charles k. Tanner m.p., has written a letter to or. Parnell in which he notifies him that he will bring suit against him for damages Basing his claim on the alleged libellous language attributed to or. Parnell when referring to or. Tanner during the coarse of speeches made by or. Parnell while recently campaigning in North Kilkenny. In the utterances or. Tanner complains of or. Parnell who is said to have reflected upon the former a ability As a physician. Tho Figaro has probed the situation. Paris Jan. 12.�?the Figaro today announces that the political difficulty which existed Between messes. Parnell Aud of Brien has been settled and that the Only question remaining Between them is of a financial nature. Or. Of Brien it appears is convinced Lood of slaughtered republicans that or. Parnell a prestige in the United a Iway to Power of the Louisiana j states is not lessened and that the subscript a act a will of tic Vuka Tykp representative William Power Wilson president. And or. Alphieus Sanford Secretary. This is How the Republican Ward and City committee is Likely to be organized. Or. Wilson is not very anxious to be president of the committee but there is a decided feeling in favor of placing him there and -.6 has it is generally understood consented to be considered a candidate provided there is no one the Field to oppose him. In other words he will serve if elected without opposition. Or. Sanford has been Secretary for two years and has performed the duties of the office so uncommonly Well that it was Felt that his retirement would he a Groat party loss especially As there was to be a new president. Or. Sanford last fall declined a re election to the City committee and until last night was not eligible to Recle Tiou. Haying been chosen however by the City committee to fill a vacancy in Ward 17, created for his Especial Benefit he thereby became a member again. It is Well known that president Olmstead has had enough of campaigning especially As it seems Likely that Boston will Long remain a democratic City consequently or. Wilson was brought Forward to succeed him. Last night the Ward and City Coral the met at 376 Washington Street to organize a or the year. It was the first meeting of the new committee and there were less than one Hundred pres ent. But a quorum. Secretary Alpheus Sanford called the meeting to order and on motion of or. E. W. Presho of Ward 6 or. W. K Preble of we Ard 4 was chosen Tern Horary chairman. In accepting the position or. Preble said that while members ought to he thankful that they were left alive after the Waterloo they met m december. Yet there was much iii the situation to inspire Hope and Confidence and he Felt that they would shortly retrieve the misfortune of the last Campaign. The first business in order he announced was the selection of a temporary Secretary and or. Baldwin Wold was chosen. J a. Or. A Merton Hatch then moved and the committee voted in favor of the appointment of a committee of five As a committee on credentials. The chair appointed these gentle men messes. E. Merton Hatch of Ward is. A c. Tilden of 2. John j. Coffey of 8, h. W. 8tmk-Iieyof 22 and Robert of 12. This committee after a Long examination of Ere deut als. Reported ninety two delegates present out of the 12� members to which the committee was entitled some wards not being represented at All. There were reported several vacancies in the committee which the organization proceeded to fill. Or. W. Burlen was elected to fill a vacancy m the Ward 21 committee. William Power Wil son to fill a vacancy in Ward 9, and m Alphieus Sanford in Ward 17. In the last two cases the members elected resigned that or. Wilson might be eligible for chairman and or. Sanford Lor this business had been transacted or. James m. Hustead. The retiring president arose and said a inasmuch As it is of the utmost importance to the Republican party that this committee proceed in its organization Wii i deliberation and a due regard to the Best interests of that party. I move you that a committee of seven on permanent organization be chosen by the chair to report at an adjourned meeting and with full Power to select any of its candidates for officers from any others not members of this the Republican City committee the motion of or. Olmstead was carried without a dissenting voice and the chairman appointed these gentlemen As that committee Lames m. Olmstead of Ward 11. George a Swallow of Ward 5, Fred j. Hutchinson of Ward 17. W. Burlen of Ward 21, s. B. Blanchard of Ward 18, George b. Bird of Ward 24 and Samuel Mitchell of Ward 25. It Wallen moved and voted that the com Mittee report to the full committee in two weeks and that the City committee adjourn until Moi Ulav evening. Jan. 26, at 8 o clock. The committee on permanent organization will meet some time this week in the rooms of tho City committee or at tho office of or . Who is chairman. A steamers arrived. At , in 12. Samaria from Uve Pool at boat on Jan. 12, columbian from Liverpool at Italy Moro. Ian. 12, frolic la Tiroui Hamburg. At new York. Jan. 12. La Normandie from Havre at new York Ian. 12. Guthell. From Bremen. At new York Jan. 12, Carrl Bas Iron Lead. At in Vernoll. Jan. 11. Bavarian from Boston. At London. Jan. 12. Man Neuta from bail indie. At Lon Jan. 12, Tower Hill from new York. At motive Jan. La i. Vancouver from Portland me. Pm i n 11 Tai Ila Frain Vaw York foil Halu Tiona of the Irish americans will always to for their old Leader. Chandl Bra a despatch is. A that the Nowr Hampshire Boss says on the proposed congressional Jonq nary. Concord n. H., Jan. 12.�?in connection with the Resolution introduced in the National House by congressman Blanchard of Louis-ian�4oday. Senator Chandler authorizes the correspondent of the new York Tribune to Telegraph the following to that paper tonight a senator Chandler expresses the hone that the Resolution will be adopted and that tho committee May come Here before he leaves for Washington which to intends to do when a move is made to take up the election Bill. He says that nothing could be More advantageous to the republicans than a congressional investigation. It would show of the part of the democrats intimidation and corrupt expenditures of Money during the canvass while the republicans possess and spent Little. A plurality voted for governor title Over Amsden although the Republican congressmen were both Defeated. A legislature Republican upon any theory except the one which the democrats Are first to set to. But which their counsel messes. Hoar Aud Russell counselled them was untenable a democratic revolution was threatened unless thirty two representatives representing. 10,000 inhabitants with no rights could he placed on the Roll while forty representatives g3.000 people should to left off an Appeal to tho court he tho democrats when everybody knew the court had no jurisdiction in the Ai Zuments before which the Republican Case came out Clear Strong and meritorious while the democratic arguments were weak and Flimsy and finally the utter collapse of the dem it cratic Resolution under a Hurst of ridicule from republicans and democrats alike. Of. It is very much to he hoped that the House a will Send on a committee and that or. Blanch Ard will come with it and give us a Opportunity to demonstrate the fairness of the Republican Side Aud the weakness and of the pretensions of tho democracy with which they have embroiled the state for the last two months Only to find themselves Defeated and disgraced. As the final outcome they have Twenty five majority against them on speaker thirty five for governor and sixty five on councillors. Their boasts and threats were loud their Retreat and disco mature were overwhelming. Let the committee come and one of chandlery a Best. Senator Chandler tonight sent the following Telegram to congressman Moore please expedite the passage of Blanchard a Resolution. 1 Hope the committee will come to now Hampshire immediately and learn the difference Between the honest peaceful and lawful of obtaining rep Uli can victories in new Hampshire and the fraudulent Bloodthirsty and unconstitutional methods by which Louisiana with a Republican majority of Many thousand is made to give an apparent democratic la Aromy of 83.-000. In new Hampshire no democratic voter is molested or afraid while the flames of burning negro Cabins and the. 1 Mark the democracy. Signed a. E. Chand kit. Great seas and streams four men awaiting Rescue from a Rock 12 Miles from Portland a Steamer Stoye in the City of new Bedford struck by a heavy sea one mile out the Housatonic full of ice a Railroad Bridge broken pieces by the torrent to High tides along the coast a fearful Avalanche. A town in Bosnia burled and Many per Eola killed and injured. Vienna Jan. 12.�?information received Here from Seraj Eyo the capital of Bosnia shows that a serious disaster has visited Lino. An Avalanche crashed Down from the mountains and a number of Bouses in the town were completely buried in the Snow the weight of which crushed the houses upon which it fell and their occupants were buried in the ruins of their dwellings. So far the dead bodies of seventeen persons have been recovered. In addition to the dead a number of persons have been removed who Are severely injured. Argentine Protection. Companies of Dover Jan. 11, Fauna from new York for hair Ham Burg. Jan. 11, Kunsela. From new York at Havre Jan. 12, Monkseaton. Froni Barimore. At Uve Pool Jaa ii Iveea Azote Tom Baltimore. Heavy taxes imposed upon not holding government concessions. London Jan. 12.�?the British minister at Buenos Ayres the Hon. Francis j. Payken Ham has informed the foreign office Here that heavy taxes in the shape of licenses have been imposed upon foreign meanies doing business in the Argentine Republic. Only companies which hold Eon Cessious from the Argentine government Are exempted from the new tax. Foreign insurance companies must pay $20,000 per year As a License fee and must Deposit a guarantee of $200,000 m the hands of the government. Duties must be paid in Gold or an equivalent Premium thereon not however to exceed 20 per cent. _ a revolution in Chili started by the naval forces the position of the army not known. New York Jan. 12.�?Charles r. Flint amp co., who with Hemenway amp Brown of boat on own the principal line of vessels from Here to Chili received this evening a cablegram from a Santiago advising them that the naval forces of Chili had started a revolution. The despatch not state How the army stood. Army and Navy Gazette. Officers ordered to various places for examination for promotion. A Washington Jan. 12.-Rspecial to the orders the following named officers have been ordered to report to Lieuten ant co Louei Rolinc. Bates twentieth infantry president of the examining Board at fort Leavenworth. Kan., for examination for promotion first lieutenant John in. Wanna. Second infantry second lieutenant Thomas h. Wilson second infantry second lieutenant James m. Arra Ralth. Second infantry second lieutenant William h. Johnston or. Sixteenth infantry a the following named officers have been ordered to report to colonel Edwin r. Lowns end. Twelfth infantry president of thee Ani Knitig Board at fort Leavenworth. Kan., for examination for promotion second lieutenant Woodbri Ige Goary. Nineteenth infantry second lieutenant Edwin a. Roo thirty second infantry second lieutenant Harry c. infantry second lieutenant Edgar s. Walker seventeenth in to it following named officers have been ordered to report to leu tenant colonel Lar Kett i. Livingstone. Third artillery president of the it Board at ushing Toni bar Racks. District of Columbia for examination for promotion second lieutenant Charles h. Cochran. Seventh infantry second lieutenant Elmore f. Taggart. Sixth infantry second lieutenant l. Haison. First in fairy second lieutenant Clarence k. Old Wardes. Twenty third infantry. The following named officers have been ordered to report to colonel Charles e. Compton. Fourth Cava Irv. President of the examining Board at fort Sherman Idaho for examination for promotion first lieutenant George k Mcgunnegle. Fifteenth infantry second lieutenant Alfred , or. Fourteenth infantry second lieutenant Charles me queston fourth infantry. _ a a naval orders a h. U Holcombe detached from duly in the coast Survey and ordered to the Flash commission Steamer Albatross. Ensign Casey b. Morgan detached from the san Francisco and ordered to the Alert Ensign Edwin a Anderson detached from the Steamer Alert and ordered to the fish commission Steamer Albatross. Ensign k. B. Dashiel. Detached from duty in tho Bureau of ordnance and ordered As inspector of ordnance in charge of the naval ordnance proving a Piid at Indian head my gunner John r. Grainger ordered to duty at the works of the Standard steel gom Panyi thu slow. Peso. General Miles in doubt. The actions of the hostile Puzzle him Chiefa Promise to talk. Pink Ridge s. D., Jan. 12.�?this morning a number of Bucks and squaws from the hostile Camp arrived on horseback an Din wagons in All stages of dilapidation hut the main body of indians remained near the mis. As tie refugees or visitors reached the outpost they were deprived of their arms by the guards. The wily Hostiles however displayed Only a few weapons and these were later returned to them when they went Hack to the hostile Camp. Shortly after noon the Hostiles made a rapid Advance and about one thousand of them came to within 1000 Yards of the Pickett outside the Agency. The indians will not be permitted to enter the Agency and communication with them from Witlin has been prohibited. At this writing there is no certainty As to what the indians will do. General Miles himself is in doubt As to what to expect of them. They May he says get to within gunshot of the Agency and then a reak away to the Camp which they have just abandoned. Fear of All kinds of punishment seems to have taken Possession of them and it is generally understood that one injudicious act on the part of the sold ions or the mad act of some implacable hostile would precipitate a fight the consequences lieu Tenma to of the ninth cavalry has gone to tho indians with a couple of his scout with the intention of leading Thern at the proper time to the places for their r. 8. Dress goods attention is Calliel to u of ctr lots of All Wool raids checks Anil stripes French and Yerman goods which ought to go out at once As they Are now 50c a Yard. None of them were Ever Icso than 7oc.y and some of them $1.00 a Yard this season. Fue capes Are now almost half the regular prices. Camp at the Agency Are virtually surrounded by troops and la a disadvantageous position and revolt would most surely result disastrously to them their Village comprises about three Hundred Tepee with about eight Hundred Indiana who seem to be Well supplied ponies. All of the Village however is not visible and a number of Tepee it is suspected. Are concealed in the draws which Lead out of the Valley and in the direction of the this a Quot indians promises to Send a delegation of chiefs to talk with general Miles and everything seems very favourable to a Success Ful close of the War unless the factious within tho Hostiles should recommence their tribal quarrels. Frank trouard. The scout and no neck and Yankton Charley All of whom spent last night among tie . Siv that the latter Are still fighting among Luem Servos. They claim the dissension is As great Ever and that it cannot be imagined us the Hostiles and the others will he Able to arrive at Afi amicable understanding. The next Twenty four hours will Likely who was died this witness Ini Portais events. Private Harry b. Stone Frzop b. Shot and Slabbed on wounded knee afternoon. In collision on the rail. Freight and l�?Ta�9cuger cars meet Watertown express messenger injured As the 10 30 of clock accommodation train from Boston for Waltham on the Watertown Branch of the Fitchburg Railroad left the Union Market station yesterday morning and was running upon a Down Grade at tie rate of about thirty Miles an hour it was crashed into and thrown from the tracks by three Coal cars of a freight train which proceeding Dowie the Steep Grade of a siding from Pevear amp russells Coal Yard. The engine of tho passenger train Clung to the tracks and the cars came to a standstill. One of the Cylinder Heads of the engine was cracked the Side of the cab was smashed and the tank of the Coal tender was broken in so badly Liat Oulu a few inches of water remained. The train consisted of a baggage car a smoker Aud one coach and there were about 100 people on Board. The baggage car was lifted into the air by the loaded Coal cars and hurled Down the embankment on its Side in the car were William mans Tialii a messenger eau Ploysa by Gibbs amp co. Of Waltham and Fiir i Tiliti hand Organ Grinders. Man Sneid wis crushed by a barrel of fish and badly bruised about the head but no Bones were Bro cd. Trio smoking car was thrown partially upon its Sioe. The trucks torn off platforms and Steps smashed and the Lor Vard end of the passenger coach was elevated into the air Noto Teof the passengers la Portland me. Jan 12.-ispi Cial to the Post a shortly after c of clock tonight the Revenue Cutter Woodbury steamed slowly into the Harbor and tied to to her Dock. Captain Fengar reported having sighted four men wrecked on Green Island a Barren Rock some twelve Miles off Shore shortly after 1 of clock. The cutters attention was attracted by a while shirt tied apparently to an oar which the men were waving in the vain Hope of attracting attention to their awful condition. The Island is a Barren Rock of a Little More than half an acre which is exposed at High tide and Over the whole of which the Spray was being thrown from the immense Billows which broke upon its Rocky shores. The Cutter steamed As near to the rocks As the Captain dared and then attempted to Tescue the men. The seas were running fearfully High and a Small boat would not have lived an instant in the awful seas. The cutters men volunteered however to make the attempt and a boat was lowered Only to be dashed the Side of the Cutter. Captain her Par looked at the Niou in their desperate position Aud Tsien told his Bravo Vonu tears it in possible to effect a Rescue Ibe Hutto could not get near enough to learn anything of the particulars Aud reluctantly turned he vessel Aud left them to pass the night alone on that Little hit of space of sea washed Rock ski the Captain has secured a spare Lifeboat and starts at Midnight for the scene and will at tempt a Rescue As soon As Daylight Breaks. Captain Trundy of the Cape saving station has decided to Start with men at 2 of clock in the Moru Uig and pull to the Island getting there about Daybreak. It is a Danker of Foolhardy task but the Crew is one and bravest on the Atia Utic coast Rii Anks to the kindness of Captain Fengar. The i Ost correspondent will sail on the Cutter a of Bury which Hopes to have the Honor of rescuing the poor men. The Cutter will steam at once for tie islami and but Blue Lichts Aud so Dup rockets to let them know that Succour be at hand. The seas Are higher than for several years past and the a Woodbury had hard work to Best the enormous seas that washed Over her decks time and again this afternoon. Who the men Are or How they came Here is not known. Their probably is at the Bottom of the Atlantic and they will have a thrilling Story to relate if they survive the night. The weather is moderating and tie wind has gone Down thus improving their chances. Struck by a big sea. Big Hole stove in the Stern of the Steamer City of new Bedford. New Bedford. Jan. 12.-Steanier City of new Bedford. Captain Webber which sailed for new York tonight at 5 of clock returned at 8 3c with a big Hole stove in her port Bow her Pilot House badly wrecked and her cargo of getheral merchandise damaged More or less by water. Tho boat was on her regular course and when about one mile West of the Hen and chickens lightship there was a sudden Shock Felt by Liose on Hoard and then the Steamer seemed to stand still and tremble. Captain Webber. First officer Barnett. Quartermaster Johnson. Second Pilot Whiting and tie to w watchman named Donald were in the Pilot House thing they knew a flood of water Hurst through the pilothouse windows and sent Glass and water flying into to Weir faces. All were knocked from their feet by the Shock and deluge of water and bad their Han and faces severely Cut by the broken b a a a a Quot the Ollices recovered the wheel they put the Steamer about As quickly As possible. It was found a heavy sea had struck 41ie Steamer on her port Bow and stove a Hole eight feet Square near Tser Stem breaking two feet thick timbers and Inch planking As if it had been paper. The door leading to the Saloon was broken in by the water and the entire Bulkhead to the captains stateroom directly aft of Way. Was burst in and. The room filled with debris of the broken timbers. Other staterooms were flooded and a Kon. And tie main Saloon flooded to f Moor eight inches. The front of the Pilot House is badly splintered and Foini of the sashes Are broken and every pane of Glass volume of water which rushed into the breach broke through the partition into the Hok drenched the cargo largely composed of Cotton cd Deli in Rolls and when the big sea struck the Steamer about fifty feet of the rail was carried away and was afterwards found half Way Down the Hurricane deck. The engine stopped when the vessel was struck. If the wave had it ick the vessel broadside on she would surely have been wrecked. 5 and 7 Winter St. The Best plans for Succes fully conducting i ulsness newsy in hide jul Cious Averll song. Advert events Rei lived by s. R. Niles advert sins Agency 26� Washington is. Havoc in the valleys. Railroad Bridge swept away in the Housatonic damage in the Naugatuck. Birmingham. Conn., Jan 12.�?As a result of yesterdays heavy rain storm the most serious freshet which has occurred in the Housatonic River in years swept Down this morning Between 8 and 9 of clock doing much damage. The Ico above the Housatonic dam broke at about 8 of clock and rushed Clown the River sweeping under the Bridges and passing to two mile Island where it came in Contact with a solid Field of ice. A Jam the result a backing water up in uie River to an unusual Hei Glit. In Many places the Meadows alongside the River Between Birmingham and a Soma were submerged to a depth of five or six feet the ice broke about 11 of clock and pushed Ham owing to the Irmok being blocked with immense quantities of Ico Waluch Luid Henri floated Down. Superintendent Llo Oson says that fully 1000 tons of ice will have to to moved before the trains can pass. Passenger i were transferred from Zoarville by carnage. In the Naugatuck Valley the condition of affairs is nearly As had As in the Housatonic. The ice has broken up in tie River and has overflowed the h inks. The Derby driving Park and All the buildings connected with it Are submerged and great damage has been done. The loss to tho Railroad company Ham is estimated at from 815.000 to 82o,00. All Day the Bridges have been crowded with people watching tie mad Rusli of the a Watera along the new England coast serious Darlage in fall River High Aldef in Rhode Island Aud Maine. Fall River Jan. 12.-an extraordinary storm and High tide prevailed Here today and caused considerable damage. A Large Quad tits of merchandise was swept off Rod Maui i wharf. Largo quantities of Coal were dumped into tho River from pockets whose sides wore Hurst by the water. The Staples goal company. J. A. Bowen amp co. Aud William f. Thomas will to the greatest losers from this cause. A Large pile of lumber owned by William a. Borden was swept into the River. Read boathouses Are seriously and part of the Long walk leading to the fall River yacht club House has been torn away. New Bedford Jan. 12.�?tho tide Here today was the highest for Yomara. In Fairhaven it Rose Aud flowed As far Back As main Street flooding the Yards and cellars of the houses to the depth of several feet. Mill basements were flooded in the South part of tho City. Haverhill Jan. 12.--w. P. Prescott a a Hoe manufactory 43 Washington Street. L. U. Bullocks Cut sole manufactory Julian Amer so ii a shoe stitch King room and a. Rate i s Cut sole manufactory la the same Holt. Flooded by water from a whole damage win amount to $1500. On the Providence River. Providence r. L. Jan. 12.-tho High wind and warm rain caused Moro or less damage Alook tho River front und tho Bay Shore sub merging the Providence Warren amp Bristol Railroad tracks on the East Side overflowing wharves and filling the new Channel of the mos Barauck in the terminal facilities system. It was about 8 of clock when tho wind died Iway and at that time the Lido three feet Rix above mean Leigh water. This is tie highest it has been during the last i Fineu years. Buildings were tipped Over of the East Shoro Newport r. I. Jan. 12.-the High wind and tide today caused a Ina Moent a Fri a the bathing Beach and along tie Shore which was witnessed by crowds of people. Oil the Maine coast. Eastport me., Jan. 12.�?asevere Southeast Gale prevailed last night Aud this morning the velocity of the wind at tho signal station was forty five Miles. The lowest barometer was observed for years Reading at 4 d. I. 23.go inches also the highest tides since 18g9. Overflowing Many wharves. A Ulle of in inner on Blansf Fard s steam wharf went adrift and Millikens Slean oat wharf was damaged to the extent of $300 or Boothbay Harbor. Me., Jan. 12. The tide Here noon was the highest Ever Knowis and damage to wharves Aud other property will be very heavy. My shias me. Jan. 12.�?the heavy rain and Gale last night were followed by the bight tidal wave Ever known Here doing much damage to wharf property and Bridges. Snow in drifts. Montreal gets the heaviest storm of the season trains delayed. Montreal. Que.77l2.-the worst Snow storm of the season struck Montreal last night and Only abated this morning. The Snow fell heavily Aud reports from the country say thai traffic 13 generally impeded. All incoming trains Are delayed and the passenger traffic in generally Dis arranged. _ watf.rbury.vt., Jan. 12.�?the ram changed this morning to Snow and a driving. Northwestern blizzard is in a sliding freight train leaves icy balls and goes Down an pm Bank Epta two men killed. Portland. Ms., Jan. 12.-the freight train on the Maine Central Railroad that leaves Lunenburg. Vt., for Bartlett. No. At g 13 a. M., started today with an engine Twenty one freight cars and a caboose the latter on the rear end. The engineers name was Hub hard and that of the conductor Presley the Tram was several hours late. After leaving Crawford a the caboose broke Loose and the brakes held it. Tie of the train began to slip on tho icy rails and the brakes not hold. It soon was going at lightning Speed and when near Bells station the whole train except the engine and the Forward car. Left the track and went Down an embankment 500 feet. Two Bra onion Muir and Jaryis. Wont Down with the train and woe in Taiulu Kil Loffi under tho Railroad Bridge of the de in a a mss of Blidy has Sion swept away 300 feet of �?~�?~1 teen found but Muir a has not. The engine a a i hot like pipe stems. The East pier for War Nir not leave the track. A although Al either were badly car was injured Accident was caused by the rails spreading on the siding. The engine getting Over the spot but three of the loaded Coal cars crashed into the brakeman of the Coal train was thrown under tie cars but a wrecking train arrived shortly after 12 of clock. The tracks were blockaded until late a the alte Caroa. The big timbers like pipe i. Of the Iron Span of the Bridge was also toppled Over and is expected to fall into the River every moment. The heavy ice continued to come Over the dam for several River is filled with floating far Down As two mile Island. Clarks boat House above the dam was swept away As was also a barn owned by a Arustus Paum. J a a a Uva Railroad travel Over the Derby Road will he interrupted for several Days. The 9.36 a. Tarawa Irona Buttaford could not re a cd a Irmma and Forward car not leave the Prarle wrecking train went from was badly Tom and it was necessary to Fer passengers of the after you train. La track Willjo a a Ray of Hope for All who Are Hall by the chains of scr Fula or other diseases of thi blood comes from hoods Sarsaparilla flu Coffi by imparting the elements i Good health and strength to the vital fluid dissolves the Boudi of Dis Eafie and a tithe Cap live re

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