The storm last night was especially severe on the north side. The rain carne down in torrents all over the city, but the damage seems to have been mainly on the north side where berry patches were destroyed and gardens washed out. Reports of damage to fruit came in from all directions. On the Ann Arbor railroad a big gang of men were at work all night removing two feet and eight inches of sand which had been washed on the track in Hagan's cut, for a distance of over ninety feet. A private culvert belonging to Mr. Rohde was washed out. The new crossing on Hiscock between Gott street and Miner street was entirely washed away. A large number of shade trees were blown down.