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The Cyclone in America.

[per press association.]

Washington,! March \2&. The cyclone, which was of the combined nature of the tornado and snow blizzard, ploughed a track from Nebraska to New York 1114 miles long anda-thM of, a mile in'breadth. Amongst otherhtowns, Nashville, thecapitalof Tennea^eraffered severely. The storm was 1 predicted by the Weather Bureau, but the. populace I were incredulous. The embankment of the yielding,Vand>al;fcjarful flood is expected. The Mayor p of. JCpuisville, where the damage; w#s yp&£mvy t ! states that outside relief is not needexl. "■"..-■., March 30. According to later news, • of Bowling Green escaped damage; ;iwd the mortality elsewhere is really slight.

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The Cyclone in America., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2390, 1 April 1890

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The Cyclone in America. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2390, 1 April 1890

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