Manchester, N. H., May 8.- A temfic boiler explosión occurred in the sash and blind shop of J. Hodges, on Elm street, on Tuesday morning. "VVilliam H. Taylor and Harvey D. Emery, employés, werehurled ISO feet away and killed, their bodies being terribly mangled. The boiler house, engine j and dry house, all brick atrnctures, were complutely dfjmolished. Thompson, the engineer, sas found beneath the ruins of the entine house, but is not fatally iiijun'd. The main shop was riddled with brick and sections of iron and the chiraney 1 torn down. One section of the l.oiler weigüirfg two töris was thrown thi-ee lmndred feetj OBQTying away tbc corners of two dweiling houses on Auburn street, badly injuring Mi-s, James Malioney. Two other sections , wer bloivii 500 feet but did no special damage. Irving R. Hadley was struck with a ' flying brick but was riot fatally burt. Loss ! tosbopíS.OOOto $10,000.