EVEY Mrs. - house damaged in cyclone. Excerpt from longer article listing damages.

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party speech dollv Bar was was clear Independence," declaration tho In to was a tbo can this drmk never a but not the grog duty Ho was tho A HOWLING CYCLONE $75,OOO Damage Done near Last Night--"Several Per- ' sons Badly Hurt. Madison Church a Wreck -- Self-Binder Ruined--Uraln Laid Flat. LIGHTNING'S WORK IN DECATTJR. A MIDNIGHT HOBBOB. The violent storm which awoke anc startled BO many people in Decatur night between eleven and twelve o'clock was simply the drippings of A DREADFUL OIOLONE, which did 875,000 damage to property the vicinity of Boody, seven miles The storm first struck Albert Howland' place, four miles northwest of Boody, pursued n southeasterly course to the Christian county line, laying waste thing in ito path, which was 300 fee wide. It was a night of terror for th/ people, none of whom were killed. BEPCBLIOAN reporter at Boody sends the following list of casualties : The Madison Cumberland Presbyterian Church, worth 82,000, and the parsonage blown away--both wrecked. Mrs. Evey, house damaged by church blowing against it. Barns of Jacob and James Troutman demolished. Chris. Rugh's barn wrecked. Robert Hill's stable, in Boody, blown

Clipped from Decatur Daily Republican05 Jul 1884, SatPage 3

Decatur Daily Republican (Decatur, Illinois)05 Jul 1884, SatPage 3
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