The Cyclone/Tornado -- July 4, 1898
The Boston Herald
Wednesday - July 6, 1898
The place where the storm struck along shore is marked by debris in which uprooted trees and broken branches are mixed up with with wrecks of cottages and other buildings.
The Hampton and the new Boar's Head hotels, which suffered some damage, can be repaired readily.
It was reported by the physicians today that all the wounded were doing well.
The body of Mrs. J. K. Parker of Kingston, one of the members of the ill fated yachting party, was washed ashore this afternoon.
It is believed there was additional loss of life, as a bicycle skirt and two ladies' hats were washed up on the beach today, and it is probable that the clothing was the property of some other party that has found a watery grave.
Searching parties succeeded in locating the sunken yacht today, and tomorrow a diver will attempt to find the remaining two bodies, supposed to be in the cabin, as they are known to have been drowned.