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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 March 1899

i NEW SPR 4 ? 4 ? 4 ? Our stock of Dry Goods , Shoes , tote to tote Hats , Caps , Trunks , Valises , Clothing tote 4 * to 4 ? ing and Gents Furnishings has been tote tote 4 ? to 4 ? replenished throughout and we now tote tote 4 $ to 4 ? have borne of the best values ever tote 49 tote 4 ? offered for the money. tote tote 49 to 4 ? Get our prices on Groceries- tote 4 ? tote 4 ? tote 4 ? tote 4 ? tote 4 4 4 4 ? ? ? ? RED FRONT tote tote tote tote tote * t to 4f tote 4 ? VALENTINE NEBRASKA tote 4 ? tote 4 ? tote 10 quart Dishpan , S qt Pail , Wash Basin , Quart Measure , graduated , Flour Sifter , 2 qt Pail , Quart Dipper , Soup Ladle , Potato Masher Large Cake Mould and a Pint Tineup , all best quality of tin fig RMiMLlLAV 10 quart Dishpan , 2 quart Pudding Pan , Wash Basin , Pint Drinking Cup , Quart Dipper , Soup Ladle , Basting Spoon , Grater , and a 2 quart Covered Pail , all made of the finest Enameled Ware , * A. M. MORRISSEY O - / irO - ATTORNEY AT LAW o tro VALENTINE , NEB R.C....

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 March 1899

JJfctzger Bros. , Pullman Neb Cherry Co. Hrand on left idc u no thigh Earmark , square crop right car Southern branded cattle have hut one " ' ' "half-diamond li' on Ifft side Native rattle hi\c : Gonl011 aild .n Horses have same brand on Ml thigh * - ' $ < > will be paid to : in > , , V'fon"fltl" ! " l l 'K ' to the arrest and f0tVvpl" | of iiy Person or persons steal- cattle with above brand r s ROUSCHE Postoflice address Hrowiilce , NfU On left side or any pnrt of animal. Ear mark right ear cut off ; horses branded same on left hip. Also has stock branded li on tide or shoulder or.JKorWorO w' orO or FZ. Aiso . , , . , . " * IJ fita6aMB JflMIW di the following , fbe first on being on smVandhip LEE AND SON8 Browulce Neb On richt side , eLK LK 011 sanm oid < alao LEK on If siile Uangto , north rownleo , 2 to GEO IIIGGINS Postofllce nddre-is Hrownlee , Branded on left side ; some IJb'ft _ _ side : inci thigh on left thigh Kange Duck Lake * --v'- - " > * - CLARENCE KSMI...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 March 1899

noiu.i.'T i n1 Cody. Xebraska Branded on left side : horses same Icftshoul der Range on Snake south of Codv. ALOXZO HEATH Pj&lofficc address Cody , Nebraska On left side ; horses l2ftshoulder Range north Cutcomb Lake S \VIXSLOW Pcstoflicc address Cody , Nebraska Bmndi'd on either siu ; boiecs sam on left shoulder Range 3-mi. north east of Kli and south of Niobrarariver , 1.- ml southwest of Cody A C RIEMENSCIINEIDEU il'ostoflice address Codv. Nebra-ka On right sidpalsoX on riprht _ .shoulder i'n lelt bin also 8 on ' ' - Poor Ranch on Niobrara A D COLE Postoflice address Cody , Nebraska Same as on cut , left side and shoulder. Range ea stand.south- and west of Cody CIIAS. E ROBERTS Postoflice address Cody. Nebraska Ou either Mde : so : ( II K K : some : : i. u K 'U C. irthueptr.l O'lV FRAMv .L JONKS Postollice addrecs CodyXebrai- ! On riglit side : horses ses same on It'M shoulder g Range , emht miles y. west of Cody CHAKLES GARTSIDE Postoflice address Codv , Xeb li ! i hip < ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 March 1899

WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. Tostcffice address Pine Klilee. S. D. On side and hip Horses on right shoulder Range Welt Creek ALBERT LAMB. Postoffice a'Mress A'Vn. S. IX Cattle same. ion cut ; horses on left hip tame as caulou left houlder Range Bc..r Creek WILLIAM PROVOST. . . " j rAj/jt 1 ' . -J l $ , Postoffice address Albany , Neb. JHTiSiAf- fEe ? * . On right side ; hors & $ $ - ' - tfjS8Sj&e | es left shoulder PP ' - IISP l'U.'Ser"c ' ' l Of ' ? / < & < sr Stinkiug Water U.VNK SALWAY , JR. As on cut ; also S S left hip : hrt't top circle KN on left sd - . on left si ( ! < - ti KMT nip Uunge to 11 Creek OH MILES RICHARD , SR. Postofneo address Porcupine , S. D. On left j-idchorsci ; > same wnhout bar. on left shoulder. Range Porcupine District. CHARLES CUNY. : s. : : rcss Man-ler-j i S. On lefI bide Also i ! 'ar around b' u hips like a brcpiirig har ness , nors - as cut on ieftthigli unnter brand y } ri hi o\cr HENRY JONES Postotlicc address 7 > > " n , S. D....

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 March 1899

SHIPS AT SEA. Oh , ninny fillips have I at sen Tim I wiJIetl away long years ago. Soni' dtiy they're coining buck to me , But \vlifti and how I cannot knoAV. Sometime } * [ winder on the shore , And v.'atoh the far horizon dim , Where vanished in those days of yore My ; irg ( sies so licet and trim. I sc.'mvlh \ catjcr eye- * the waves That dunce and sparkle in the light ; A A'isimi fiir : my fond heart craves , Alirt. w * sail is yet in sight ! OfttimcH [ find upon the sand A Iirokwi plank , u shattered spar , A bout : ui'l rusty iron hand Oh. vo'cr-less tale of Avrecks afar. Then mmous fears crowd in my breast , And veil Hie sunshine in the sky. Shall f litts my tfood ships eud their quest ? Shall tai. ; their fate be by and by ? 0 friends with ships far out at son , That hiiiied away so long ago. Soiw d < , v they're coining back to thcc , But wli.ii and how we may not knoAV. Percli-inc ! ' with sails all rent and soiled , BaU < T" < l and bruised thy ships may be , Of l...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 March 1899

monthly suffering gives women the same ? ° W hPlessthe ( ? ture appears , month after month siege with menstrual pain ! Comparatively few women understand that excessive pain indicates ill-health , or some serious derangement of the feminine organs. A million women have been helped by Mrs. Pinkham. Read , _ what tv/o of them sav. r .MRS. LIZZIE COLEMAN , of Wayland , N. Y. , writes : DKAR MRS. PINKHAM For years I suffered with painful menstruation and falling of womb. The bearing-down pains m my back and hips were dreadful. I could not stand for more tan five minutes at a time when menstruation be an But taanks to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcge- ' table Compound , my sufferings are now a thing of the past. I shall gladly recommend . _ your medicines to all mv t Z J fliendr- - - ffS Mis. , C. D. MORRIS , 3 Louisburg E Square. Boston * * * * * * , Mass. , writes : ' DI\R MRS. PINKHAM I have been using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it has helped me wonderfully. I was troubled with...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 9 March 1899

A .NOTABLE COMIBESS SESSION JUST ENDED IS MEMO ; RABLE IN HISTORY. Chniite.t ftlnpH of America and Asii During Its Incumbency Total Ap prnprhitiotis , Iiic-ludiiitr War t'x , fvcccda Uil'ion and a Half OT since the fem : dation of the Gov eminent has any on Congress made s much history am loft so deep an 5m press on the polic ; of the country a that which adjourn cd at noon Saturday When Presiden MeKinloy was inau gurated , almost hi : first official act wa : to call the Fifty fifth Congress in ex tra session to his as S It me , , , sistance. ijuju-i ' 'I'1 ' ' ! ! U1 * ' within two week : . ,7ter , Iitered tin- White House. Congress of fem long struggle gross , after a month- , , passed the Dingle-y tariff law The - ' \ rt session also authorized , at tin Migge.i.ui of the President , the appoint * . monetary commission lo coufci men < > f - . with I * I'iMcaii nations as to the possibil iiy of establishing himelallism uiider ai international agreement. The extra ses sion j ....

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

NEWS-DEMO OR AT.Si VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , MARCH 16 , 1899. NUMBER S. THE WORLD OVER LATEST NEWS FROM EVERY LAN'D. IMPEACH GEN. GOMEZ CUBAN ASSEMBLY REPUDIATES ITS LEADER. The General Is Not Disturbed by the Opera BouflTe Performance Declares He Enjoys It All Allan Steamer Goes Ashore in Fog Gen. Gomez Turned Out. The Cuban Military Assembly in public session last Saturday impeached Gen. Maximo Gomez and removed him from his command as general in chief of the Cuban army , the lirst ballot taken resulting in twenty-six votes being cast in support of the motion to impeach and remove Gen. Gomez , against four in opposition. Gen. Gomez's only supporters were Gen. Cespedes and Gen. Xune/ . The original motion , which was introduced by Senor Manuel Sanguilly , provided for the aboli tion of the grade of general-in-chief , but an amendment was offered to this by Senor Aguerro , which read : "To abolish the grade of general-in-chief and to remove Gen. Gome/ for failure in his mil...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

r A REPUBLICAN ON M'KINLEY. In paying his compliments to tl President In the House of Represent ; tives , Mr. Johnson , a Republican fro : Indiana , explained that it mattered n < to him whether his views were popi lar. lie was only concerned as 1 -whether they were right. Mr. Johnso says that the leading Republican new ; papers , instead of fiercely attacliin Secretary of War Alger , should "la their ax to the root of the evil and cei sure the gentleman who , to reward hii for his political services and disbursi nients in the campaign of 1890 , appoin ed him to his present position and ha maintained him there ever since , no withstanding his iucompetency an against the righteous complaints tha have been made against him. " With regard to the famous Bosto speech , Mr. Johnson thinks it the mos disingenuous that ever fell from th lips of an American President. "Thi address , " he said , "divested of its verb nge , considered apart from its plat tudes and the ostentatious professio...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

An Improved Brooder. The Orange Judd Farmer gives com- preheusive illustrations of an improved brooder. Fig. 1 shows the brooder complete with cover raised. The hover is shown within the top. The upper dotted line shows the position of the matched "board floor and the lower dotted line shows the position of the sheet iron beneath which the lamp stove Is placed. Fig. 2 shows the drum of sheet iron , or galvanized iron , which is attached to the edge of a circular opening in the floor , as shown in Fig. 3. This cut shows the floor , the sheet Iron and the two inch space between them with the lamp underneath the sheet Iron. The air above the sheet iron is warmer and rises through the drum , escaping FIG. 1. BUOODEK COMPLETE. through the small openings under the top , out into the brooder. A cloth cur tain is hung around the edge of the "broad top of the drum , forming a hover , inro which the chicks go for warmth. This curtain is "slashed" up every few inches. Openings in the sides of ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

WILLIAM A. ALLMAN. Postcffito Pine Ridge , i OnskJeand hi Horses on right shoulder Hange-Woli C ALBERT LAMB. Postoffice address Allen , S. D. Cattle same as on cut ; horses on left hip eame as cattle on left houldcr Range Bear Creek WILLIAM rnovosT. Postoffice addrc Albany , 1 On right side ; h es left shoulder IJnnge Icu ! Stinking Water FRANK SALWAY , JR. . Postofflce address Allen , S. 1 As on cut ; also SS left hip : half top circle FS on left side ; also on left side Horses as left hip Range Corn Creek CHARLES IlICIIARD , SR. Postofflce address Porcupine , S Onleftsidehor ; same without 1 on left sboulder. Range Porcup District. CHARLES CUNY address Mandersoa S. P. On left side Also clear around both hips like a breeching har ness. iwrsjs as cut on left thigh ; counter brand y ; right over theT HENRY JONES. Postotllce address Manderaou , S. Onleftsido Horses same on li shoulder Range Wound Knee Creek. Postofflce address Mauderson. On left side Horsss , left shoulder' Range-Whit...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY LIVE STOCK SALESMEN AND BROKERS upitai § 1OOOOO. , O JHrcrtor * : .Salemnen : F. W. FLATO , JR , 1'resident. ED II. HEID ) PAUL FLATO , Viw President. JIM s. HOKN \ Battle ? a Jitn < I C DAIILMAN. secretary. E. W. CAIIOW. Ho Salesina" JOHN D SEITZ. HUGH II ITCIICOCK , Sheep ED H. HIED , JOHN P CLARY , Cashier SOUTH OMAHA , NEBRASKA Correspondents : DRUM-FLATO COMMISSION COMPANY Capital $500,000.00. CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. ST. LOUIS flTOCK EXCHANGE BESTAURANT. - OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. E. T. MILLEE , Proprietor. LODGING FelT STOCKMEN 40 NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS- 262 N STREET , South Omaha. f Throe Doors From Omer RATES : $1.00 to 61.50 Per Day. Telephone No. 67 85.00 to 87.00 Per We k. R HOT J. MRS. JOHN REED , Proprietress. STOCKISTS PATRONAGE ESPECIALLY SOLICITED , [ 5th St. Between L and I Streets. Sc nth Omaha , Nebr A Few Facts For Cattle Dealers. It has * been repeatedly demonstrated in the past that Stands at top as a market for Range Feeders You can satisfy...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

NEWS U i * 2 * 4 ? Our stock of Dry Goods , Shoes , Hats , Caps , Trunks , Valises , Clothing i * 4 ? ing and Gents Furnishings has been replenished throughout and we now 4 ? have borne of the best values ever to 4 ? offered for the money. ' tote Get our prices on Groceries. 4 * 4 * toED 4 * 4C 4 * 4 4 4 ? ? ? ED RONT 4 ? 4 ? 4 ? VALENTINE NEBRASKA 4 ? to 10 quart Dishpan , S qt Pail , Wash Basin , Quart Measure , graduated Flour Sifter , 2 qt Pail , Quart Dipper , Soup Ladle , Potato Masher Large Cake Mould and a Pint Tincup , all best quality of tin 10 quart Dishpan , 2 quart Pudding Pan , "Wash Basin , Pint Drinking Cup , Quart Dipper , Soup Ladle , Basting Spoon , Grater , and a 2 quart Covered Pail , all made of the finest Enameled Ware , A. M. MORRISSE1 ATTORNEY AT LAW VALENTINE , NE ] QR.C.R.JAOKSOT ; DENTIST Office over T. C. Hornby's sto ; Stairway on rest side Operations as nearly painless \ possible. _ * * . . I M. RICE I s REPRESENTS THE FARMERS1 MUTUAL and HEBRASXA MERC...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

f"- ft Jttetzgcr Bros. , Pullman Neb Cherry Co. Brand on left ld unn thigh Earmark , brj.uu crop riclit ear Southern hramlr1 cattlt ; have but on "half-diamond E" o left side N'anve fattic ha\ " " C Ranze on Gordon and Horses luve same brand on left tnlgh A leetrarrfo/-250 will be paid to an person for information leading to the arrest an final conviction of any person or persons Men I up cattle with above brand PS IIOUMJHU Poslofficc address < r * ' * * Urownlcf > - " - : , On left side or ; . . . , part of animal. Ear mark right ear cut off ; horses branded same on left liIp.Also has stock hrnndco II an side or shoulder , erJK or WorO VI , orO or FX. Also _ M the following , the first on- being on sfde ana hi LEE AND 'ostofflofl Urmruloe On right LK unuirue on ! GEO IIIGGINS Postofllne jiddross Urownlee , N > Branded on left side : Mime I f ' f t side and thigh an on left tliitrh Rnnge Duck Lake J l > . .1 - - . u ; * , . Hr .wnlee Srb ' C- /j & 1 " " : l'-i tSHlO ...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

ROBERT P stofllcc address Cody. Nebraska Branded on left side ; horscb saineleftshoul rter Range ou Snake south of Codv. ALONZO HEATH P JStoflice address Cody , Nebraska Ou left side ; horses leftshoulder Range north Ctucomb Lake S A WINSLOAY Pcstofllce address Cody , Nebraska Brandfd > n either Sidt ; horse.sain on left shoulder Range 3-mi. north east of EH ami south of Niobrara river , 13- uii southwest of Cody A C RIE3IENSC1IKEIDER ipostonice address Codv. Nebraska On right side ; alsox : on right shoulder and 2 on jaw I ? , { on lelt hii also IJ on J Ranpi'Old Poor Ranch on Niobrara A D COLE Postofiice address Cody. Nebraska Same-as on cut , lelt side and shoulder. Rnuge east and.south- nnd west of Cody CHASE ROBERTS Postofiiee address Cody , Nebraska On either side : so ni' II E K ; some K K i : au''e xortlnvest of dy FRANK J. .JONES Postofficc address CodyNebrat-Ua On right side ; horses ses same on left shoulder Range , eight miles west of Cody CHARLES GARTSIDE I'ostoflice...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

W. D. nlcGAA. ( Jreston , S. D. Left or either sld of cattlealso ; Vlei side or neck. Swal low fork ripht cai undcrblt left ; righ ear nubbed offi'iir rlorbitlef ear HPE Rome on left l jaw and some wattle left jaw Other brands lei EfxiYrcWhJ > ! : side or any part of animal , left side or any 1E pait of animal , -5omj branded J&J the following , left 'd" : I Also some cattle bearing the follow- liiKbramls : A' " ' * - . - - - neck ; X left side or shou.derV Iwt hip t On left side le norse brands shoi lowse der It-It II lb ti-Il lultlllp or thigh thigh thigh , or tnlgh , hip. Anyone selling horses or cattle bearing U above brands will be prosecuted. Informatio regarding theft librr.iily rewarded. Range : uaruey Springs uud Cottonwocd. HERBERT O. BISOXETTE. MANAGER. PoslofTicp address Pine Ridse , S. I Cattl * branded as o cut. HO 15 on le side : some ilTCljlio either side ; Some on left side ; ? ome older stock , .any where o animal. Horses K 1 { on left hi I anywhere nange-Sc...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

A PRAYER. Not cnse ! I would not stoop so low to asfc That Uiis dull pain grow ever less and lew , Until lite liardship of my daily task No longer ou my crippled life should press. Not ( It'aMi ! I would not leave , with cow- ar-J feet , The Imtlli-fielil where He so bravely Could I His tender eye ? oiicc dare to meet , If th.it first rapture were too dearly Nor do I pray that I may soon forgot In SOMIC new joy the anguish of the old. Better dcinlc deep of memory aud regret , Thau tsislf ( he draught that Lethe's cup may hold. But strength I ask to bear the standard - lie carried proudly and with faithful fs re. That , when the day shall come for me lo die , It still may be , as now , unstained and fair. And grant me sympathy with others' pain , That so my own may serve its purpose best ; Nor sfflc to shift itsJieavy load again , Since thus 1 learu the need of all the rest. Aud faith to feel that lie is with me still , Through .stress of storm and wastes of weary way , Guiding me ev...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

Do not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strihe you a sudden blow. It does not come that way. It creeps its way along. First , you think it is a little cold ; nothing but a little hack ing cough ; then a little loss in weight : then a harder cough ; then the fever and the night sweats. The suddenness comes when you havL a hemorrhage. Better stop the disease while it is yet creeping. You can do it with You first notice that you cough less. The pressure'on the chest is lifted. That feeling of suffocation is removed. A cure is hastened byplacingone of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest. A 2oc'r It is on the Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Vfrfio . * frosJy * If yf : i ! .ivo fuiy complaint whatever mid des re the best medical ndvlce you can IIQJn'y receive , write the doctor freely , "i 1.1 will receive a prompt reply , without < - < . , r. Address. D ! . ' C. AVER. Lowell , Mass. Excursion Rates to Western Cinidi : nnd particulars as to how to...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 16 March 1899

ATTACK BY .REBELS. FILIPINOS FAIL TO TAKE MANILA WATER WORKS. Repulsed with Considerable Loss Vol unteers Meet Advance .Like Veteran * Insurgents Have Secured Modern Artillery Fight with Bale's Men. After an all-night battle , waged at two points for possession of the- Manila water works , the attacking rebels were dis persed in a gallant charge made by portions tions of Gen. King's brigade. The enemy opened the attack suddenly in the night , hoping to capture the water works , which arc looked upon as the key to Manila , and possession of which would enable the in surgents to poison or shut off the water supply of the city. The double attack was carefully plannrd , and would have been successful but for the admirable discipline and watchfulness of the American troops. The rebels were encouraged to make the attempt by the possession of two new cannon of modern type , which they had acquired in some unexplained manner , mid which wcro used for the first time. In the lighting three me...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Western news-Democrat — 23 March 1899

1 , CRAT. VOLUME XIV. VALENTINE , NEBRASKA , MARCH 2B , 1899. NUMBER 9 , BAY'S SUMMARY OF LATE NEWS BY WIRE. WIND CAUSES HAYOC | ' -SOUTHERN STATES IN PATH OF A CYCLONE. fevered Portions of Alabama , Mis sissippi and Arkansas Near Ed- ivardsville , Ala. , Ten Persons Killed Out of a Family of Eleven. Cyclone in the South. A cyclone passed through the country near Birmingham , Ala. , March 18 , creating great havoc in the locality between Ileflin and Edwardsville. The house of Mr. Cof fee , a farmer , containing eleven people , was struck by the storm. The building was entirely demolished and ten inmates were killed outright. An unknown man was also killed. Thelegraph wires and poles are down in every direction ; trains are 'delayed greatly on account of debris piled on the tracks. It is thought that great damage has been done in the farm ing district , but it is not believed that the cyclone struck any town. Many injured are reported. A series of terrific windstorms also swept throu...

Publication Title: Western News-Democrat
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