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Terrible Steam boiler explosion. --A terrible accident occurred at New Haven, Ct., Friday. The boiler of the factory of Dan & Brothers, makers of the hook works of carriages, exploded, tearing away a portion of the building and badly injuring several persons, One, a boy, named John Kane, will die from a fracture of the skull. Two others, G. G. Baldwin and George Dewolf, were badly scalded. Another boy named Johnson was badly injured. Another boy named Rice is supposed to be buried under the ruins. The cause of the explosion is unknown. The canal and railroad track are covered with the ruins. A dispatch from New Haven, Saturday, says: The boy Henry Rice, who was killed by the steam boiler explosion at Dan & Brothers' coach factory yesterday, was found under the ruins last night; nearly all his bones were crushed. The boy John Kane lives, but with no hope of his life; G. G. Baldwin and Geo. DeWolf are very low; Jos. Van Riper was badly scalded, but may live. The c
The Royal Meeting was progressing at Warsaw. The Duke of Richmond was dead. The Gazette de Lyons had been suppressed for incessant appeals for agitation. It was reported that Garibaldi would be offered a rank of Prince and General after annexation was effected. The Sardians had beaten a corps of the Neapolitans, taken 800 prisoners, and captured a portion of artillery. It was reported that Garibaldi's ships had been captured by Spanish and Austrian ships. It was said that Austria had given positive assurance that she will not draw sword unless Rome is attacked. The Galway company had ordered two new steamers. Commercial. Cotton — Sales for Monday amounted to 10,000 bales, and the market closed firm and quiet. Tuesday's market was unchanged. Flour firm and 6d. higher. Wheat active at full prices. Corn active at higher. Provisions dull. Sugar steady. Rice firm. Coffee steady. Rosin steady. Money unchanged. Consols 92 ¼ or 9