PUGHI OF A ROYS I SAMUEL SIMMONS TAKEN UNCONSCIOUS UNCONSCIOUS FROM TRAIN. He Was Riding "Blind Baggage," and Wi-.en Rescued Wns Almost , Frozen—A Mass of Ice. Attempting .to beat his way from i Heading to Philadelphia on the I'hlln- dnlphla'aiid Heading exjiress, on Wednesday Wednesday evening, a young man, who gave ills iiiiiiie as Samuel Simmons, of this citv, was nearly frozen to death, •Ho" was'taken from the train at Volts- I town, stiff and unconscious. lie paid ihut he had bc.cn visiting 'his father, In this city, and that _ ho only had money enough to pay his fare ns Vai' as Reading. At that place, ho hoarded the platform of tlie "blind A MASS OF H'E. i'.v tho time the? train had made tho, run' of eighteen mlH-s to Pottstowu, at the rate of sixty miles an hour, Simmons was a mass of Ice from freez- iii" steam and water splashed over him from the tank. When found here, it •was necessary to cut his gloves and other portions of his doming from bin bodv, where they hud I'imtm fast. He refused to go to the Pottstown hospital, and An Thursday morning was f:ir enough recovered to continue Ills journey to 1'hiUidelphia.