Alliance, O., Oct. 10.- At 8:30 Mon' day evening an eastbound freight train on the Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and Chicago railroad passed the village of North Lavrence, a few miles east of tliis citj'. Five minutes later the inhabitants of the village were startled by a terriflc explosiou. The train had a car containing over 200 kegs of powder which in soine manner became ignited. cansing the explosiou and the complete wrecking of the train. The track was torn to pieces for a distance of 150 yards and an excavation 20 feet Jeep beneath the powder car was made. Engineer Colvin and his fireman, whose aaiue cannot be learned, were fatally burned. The darnage will reach 25,000.