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