Loveland, IA Storms, Jun 1890

A Doomed Iowa Village.

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa., June 5.---The village of Loveland, eighteen miles north of this city, seems doomed. Last Saturday night a cloud-burst just above the city, which lies in the Boyer valley, and sweeping down on the little city carried away a number of houses and buildings. The storm which prevailed over this section Monday night completes the demolition of the village. The Boyer, which was swollen by the previous storm, overflowed its banks from Monday nights rain and carried everything before it. Nothing is left in the hamlet save the houses which stood on high ground. No loss of life is reported.

Newark Daily Advocate, Newark, OH 5 Jun 1890