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on of about one pound of fulminating powder, in the house of Mr. Edward T. Finch, chemist, residing on the North side of Clay street, corner restore animation. The other inmates of the house consisting of Mrs. Finch, five small children and a negro woman, who were in the story belDrs. Thomas, Tatem, Hundley, Davis, and Wm. E. Anderson, attended Mr. Finch, who was carried to the house of Mr. Chas Habliston, a neighbor. state that it was deemed impossible to save it. The situation of Mr. Finch was so critical that it is possible that be may not survive his i said to be irretrievably gone, the balls having been destroyed. Mr. Finch was removed to the Infirmary of St. Francis de Sales. Drs. M badly injured, but will probably recover. The house occupied by Mr. Finch was of brick, and owned by J. Millhiser. The police authorities window glass of the Methodist Church were bent in and smashed up. Mr. Finch, when the unfortunate occurrence took place, was preparing cap po