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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 September 1896

ToL e of the surgeon's knife is beso general, resuming fatally a large number of cases, as to' -,on general alarm. Mr. William Walpole, ofWalshtown, South Dakota, writes; "About three years a g o, therecame under my left eye a little blotch about the size o a small pea. It gre rapidly, and ~~ _ _[ shooting pains ran in ev ry direction. ,I be mine alarmed) and , asulted a *A A ~ good Sctor, who pron, icedit can^SB^ ^Mi 'cer, zrtd said that it *h lffixXmust ~'e cut out. '^^. ^ y/This would not ! consent to, having w~% X~' little faith in the arscriminate use of the knife. Reade of the many cures made by S. S. , I determined to giv that medicine trial, and after I had taken it a few ays, the cancer becaire irritated and egan to discharge. This after awhile .eased, leaving a smill scab, which finally dropped off, ani only a healthy little scar remained tc mark the place where the destroyer had held full sway. A Real Blood Remedy. Cancer is in the b id and it is folly toexpect an operate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 September 1896

I I t ( . DIRECTORY. Churches. PERFECT HEALTH REGAINED THE WONDER OF THE AGE. ' grandest discovery in,'"the annals, of medicine Guaranteed to cure more diserstes than any other medicine, treatment or sNstem known to the medical profession. "No MAN mad RALGIA, DISEASED DISCCHARGES, DISEASES peculiar to WVOMEN, NERVOUS and PHYSICAL WEAKNESS, etc. NO MATTER WHAT YOUR AILMENT, or where you live, write us a full history of your trouble, and our consulting physician will advise you what to do in order lo re gain your health, Consultation is FREE 'and sacredly confidential. Terms very low. For proofs enclose 2 cent stamp. Local agents wanted everywhere. No canvassing. We advertise vou in/your home paper. Address with stam'Dp 'Clie 1rantulma Conrpartny, P. 0. 3ox Elf),, Chcago, 111. Did You See Our HUH ELESS CARRIAGE When it was in Your Town? IL-~~~ L ---- ,, Tile ~%mt-Wecllv Nex\t (Galxcton 1 Dalla,~ !s published Tue.sd, x and Friday . i']ach II I IIe conII lIts e l eight pa es II ,'I( ale...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 September 1896

'S-CCESSOR TO TEr FERnIS SE-NrTINEL $i.oo A Year. P'ublIlhed every Saturday and enter-,u at the postoffice at Ferns, Texas, as ,-econd-class mail matter. FRAMx EZZELL, Editor. 21) FERTIS rX BRATES. Locals ,c per line and display ads :'c per inch per insertion Libei ai .ilti on ads for large space o0 long timne SATURDAY, Sept 26. 1896. T'ERmE will be thi e3 electoral , ckets, a Bryan and Sewvell ticket, . Bryan and Watson ticket and 'dcKnmlcy and iHobart ticket, ',-id according to ihe Dallas News [I, ticket reeevamg the plurality ' the electoral votes of a state i l be elected in that state, but i ;'yan will receive hIs fall count ' the electoral college regardless c how his eleco;'s may have vo'ed for vice president. PL?. lr-zEL, as you have not,, d, is keeping abreast of the ;'ues. It is foirT pages larger : a1 the iclgular size this week, ~'Xdixaiimo thec pages carefully '"( see ho', 'uanv b''siness mI te , 'ckc'P, k: c la, ' i of t e timie\. advertising tkhe bargain s they ,Cc to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 September 1896

A )YNAMITE PLOT.Postuaster's Report Washington, Sept 21. -RIt. A. Max well, fourth assistant postmaster genA TRUNK FOUreD CON rAININQ eral, has made his annual report to the DYNAMITE. postmaster General for the year ending June 30, 1896. The principal divisions Joseph Bestmaai, Said to be am Anarchist, of the department under his care are Left the Trunk Three YeaI,' Ago at appointments and inspectors. The reChicago-He i. Said to be Living at port shows that the total number of Dallas, Tex. postoffices in operation in the United States is 70,360. Of these 66,725 are Chicago, 111, Sept. 21.-Joseph Best fourth class offices and 3,6S5 preeidenman, said by the police to be an an hal, being an increase over the last fisarchist, left at No 18, Sedgewick cal year of 296. During the year 2,046 ,court, thIee years ago this fall, a postoffices were established and 1,75C ,trunk containing sufficient dynamite discontinued. The total appointment~ to have destroyed an acre of property for the year...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 October 1896

VOl ; "0 -1, 3Bi~na5!B~j~r<,'2a~a ?KB3S~ro~i~a~aaa~ ITs a ^J,' ~ : , TAs MI.T3 G T_ XAH. RATUL-CAY. I T'Jr Il L , 1^ '.1.GC PER A 1?i I " i; ac2r C 3/ liO~~iC-t gr0 r s~ki J\ .o Donglass $~~~~2.5 tid $3 S IIes^^^^^ .... Ever/' t ir Y! g~ ft om 0! 3 st C -'LI Q.I l-s o~r l ?Gi U C-'A. Picr~ ::C IL 1i^ yW: i^a c oipiny~ ^^ ';, ''^ is /rU! '~lY: ; i I i0, ;: ~ -)% ., F- --, T " f " 4'j , f I 4'E '. ',, -b t L , .) 'I % r ] , 3 t e s. q b''( frus,.,, "ce of -) *f \ 1, 1 , I/ \ m, /\ l,/ \^ j^ " I ^l^ i / ' ^ ,'k I \ //I '~ -~,-y-B _ WY ? :\',._.v [ A K T,/ .P J1 `. JS _</, '*-^' A 0 -- I ' aj . 6 j--jo* -s^.^ 'V =i Z"'c ' ~. ?' s. '" ' hei ' h " ~ [n |dic'i u-','" t cice ;: '/,>! ~',:% f ] Charh.. , ' ~o ressc', E-e r c :u , . ,)ut the reprt is that, the, rectivc |rci-OM of L~h'^ hIS ceo; fl~~ti, ' C' or te"O~[ o 1};% CV it iTbB in('udle Teil/m, Laher, Lze:! ;brook, MeO'uty, Hdaney, Hough, ....... Lock~s '\, i.. [oo bl v whers T:,epeopldo not unlerqtand ,t and Iieurc -s ccnsoed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 October 1896

SecrIe people try to apologize for the ocean's angiy roar because ft has been crossed so often. !c is an e:-cellent thing to be able to ing well, and the next best 4hlng iLs t know you can't Trying to be happy is like trying to go to sleep You vill not succeed un~ lezs you forget that you are trying Bler Surgestlon. A man is, for some occult reason, liable to look a little shamefaced when he gets home after staying out all night at a political meeting. As he came up the path to the farm house his wife cam, to the door to meet him. "Did ye have a purty excitin' time?"' she asked. "Tremendous," he answered. "I s'pose you've got everything settled." "No. Ter tell the truth, everything's jes about ez much in doubt ez ever." "Well, I s'pose it's yer own lookout. But I must say I kinder hate ter see y,-n as ' Oats Powell ' Two groniven, citizens of Colunmbus, Chio, got into a political dicusslon the ot'ei dav whll resuicd in one shootPL.Y 'te cti~: lA hum,'t rin.rked !'ht it v-a23 'an ope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 October 1896

re;a$lrrsiaaosnar4arweRlnao9prpr -I--^-- ----------II Just Arrived, A. A.Carpter ,e of lectb-res [o be dcliererQ: at, the Ferris Inai-"tule by mcn of :zbiy evo:'y 3foud;-.y ~inat price -47,50 Will sell '^ oully '20. F.'"~~,su okly Sillri^15 t0~er I ;^ ' , -^'* I I ' 1 , l ' ''A / ' I I1 *' I tI II I I I II I I I .1 I 17 cc;.asOR To FriI 3 Fi)s. S1m1ii^q $o.0o A Yea:'. lPublishod every S'.turiay and entera At the postferhce "t, Firs, TexaL a~-,-onOnd-clAt, marl m....'r l, ~.A., E,~,Z.EL/,, Editor. II io 1) }L"t 'f -~ .i~'/i^]. 50( i;9~ 111,~. ind d~iplay ac, 7 ' ' 20 p r 1n'~! it'l' 'a 'p :, io l] LI;,h-. ) ~,ll,,a)i ,1i 'i: l.'i;;1,~. ~ Sajj~' o/'l0/i" {tun o\ Teu AYv', 0. uobcr. 1/" r ',r : zcxas _'e ir taxi bt-ii.s cx" "~s:~,}n (,tct .tz to ,),31) ;12,u LO-d[aV vcc:]ko ^''L ,u 0710 INO :IQ} 11, th .. O^.;,0 , ",*ill he over. {a ofir' wo e,' ",ic mlai bnAie paol:....aI wilI bo f, ~~~vweairac 'iw -~ ry),i f fy ltit IT is fusion, sara thing! AIl ~kc Jaa co's cb 1'e w,_, a't . }rr',~....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 October 1896

- '-'PElggiTpnplm9lisli __UI___U__IY____1_II1_11---------A Lone Robber. Cincinnati, O., Sept. 28.-A special from Charleston, WV. Va., says' A daring hold-up occurred on the Short Line railway between Sewall and Clifftop, eight miles from this city Saturday Joe Thompson, who came from the west about a year ago, learned that VT. L. Wilson, boookkeeper and paymaster of the Longdale Iron company at Clifftop, was going up the road in the afternoon to pay off the men. V iloon had $2800 with him, and rode on the engine. When the train reached a lonely spot in the mountains Thompson, who had boarded the train, held up all those on the engine at the point of two revolvers. He grabbed the money from Wilson and jumped from the engine. Wilson shot at Thompson twice and missed himn Thompson returned the fire, shooting Wvilson fatally. Thompson made greod his escape, and Wilson is dying. A posse is in pursuit of Thompson and a lynching is expected. Flooded by Water. City of Mexico, Sept. 28--The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 October 1896

),)~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~ vs~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ' V A, T l . I ~~', I - -I- , " , I , 7 " , V I I , S tate D e al"er h VOL, ~ '. $10. \eonee;: Mellday andI put tn theday Bony Freeman, playing cards in a Aettlng l, I, (Iock,,'l an,. dsposiog of public place; $10. the following pleas of guilty: Ruf Sherrill, gaming; $10. Sam Anderson, playing cards in a John Cook selling goods on Sunpublic place, $10 , day; $25 John Morris, shooting craps $~0o Fi-nk 5ionroe, sontling cra s; Kineg Thrailh;i], imm u,. on Sanl $ 10. day, $10, W,. P. Gnard. ceiling 1 quor V w.thBob ?atletz-'on, taimtg, ora sunday, onit lioejse; '"jii0. $10 [ltolls G!!more. p lal Iig Car'ls ,i a Mart Norris, shooting cmapsa ,>0. pifili, pila'e, :10. Ed1. Patterson. shooting craps, $10. Major Pet.-bon, unlawfully earnyJoe Haskner, selling goods o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 October 1896

i ). , 4 ,1he O, llevL GRAND CELEBRATION. C:--ZERVINt time ago at Bryan. Jeff Thedford, a young man living near Noonday, Smith county, has been arrested, charged with the theft of $80. A. R. McCullough, living in Grand Saline, Van Zandt county, took a fatal overdose of morphine several evenings ago. The residence of J. G. Russell, at Sulphur Springs, burned the other night. Everything lost. Insuied for $1600. G. W. Kincheloe, dealer in general merchandise at Bruceville, McLennan county, made a deed of trust recently. Liabilities $1346. The residence of J. Collier, together with contents, was burned au Tyler, Smith county, the other day. Insurance about $1000. Hon. B. F. Morris' house, one mile west of Granbury, Hood county, was burned a few days ago. Loss about $4000, insurance $2200. J. J. Hooper, druggist, at Hillsboro, Hill county, filed a deed of trust several evemngs ago with M. M. Pal ne as trustee Liabilities $6614. The residence of Joe Ryan, about one mile from Yoakum, DeWit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 October 1896

a sitting hen, because it does not suit their views, nor promote what they consider their interests. Butte--Baking without Ices "One great advantage the creamery has over the private dairy is in a supply of ice to use in hot weather'," says a writer in Epitomlst. "Ice in a creamery comes so near a necessity that few would undertake to run one without ice. But an abundant supply of water will answer the purpose It takes longer to cool with water than it does to throw a lot of ice into the cream, but there are objections to cooling by putting ice into the cream. The reports from all markets now contain the information that most of the creamery butter has defects, due to hot weather. And yet the creameries all have ice. In the private dairy it is much easier to get along without ice. In the first place no cream has to be carted along the road in hot weather and become heated. In the second place there is less cream to cool and, therefore, less water will be needed. In the third place t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 October 1896

tn K ~~i 1-i11~^arim ^lj~~.tl^^.'ii Byavt;tl H IS ISffim T HEryll~llM^lllll^>IIaB^^f~l^'^^lI~f^'^ S E A S O N if __ r ~~~ai t CH i C gt W S TW<^' 'f^ B S""^ i^P1^ A < -r^Rk >.yP ?S"' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ U NY^8^ 4^ > ^f'^ T5!-^ S i lJ l gl lS H8I^, SV Ra Tik4 I~n -< n% vvntiS % St ccjz0on , Tli; FpiRmls SJENTIXEL $L.00 A Yea,-. Published every Satin1rda and entered at, the post.offic at Fems, Texas, as tecond-class mail matter. FnAmI{ EZZELL, Editor. .i.m)V Rl"IS.LyG zAl'zs. Local 53c per lIne and diLpla.y ads 12}/_c por inch por liseNicn Libotal cut', on adis for large space or Iong time SATURDAY, October 10, 1896. IF popuhsts were con-end.ng for principles :and not men, they -would drop W~atson like a hot polker. PiOMIENT lntman in both parLies are becoming dhst. d wRth the fusion of popnit0ts and republicans and are stepping down and oat, MAJ. BUCK W ^L CON withdraws fro m. the populs, state ticket, and ,returns to the democratic fold on account o" l lieir fusion with the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 October 1896

a . ICR~~~ ~lan Par~R~a < , ' 7-I I -;-' ' ' --~ Go to Fulton Bro's for p]ekles and ktout. When you want fresh oysters go to Huffman's. J. W. Douglas went to Orbme, Denton county, this week on business C Q. Barton, of Waxahachie, attended the funeral of W. II House Monday evening. Mesdamer3 Cullor and Cleveland, of near Ennis, visited Mrs. Fuqua Wednesday Mr. Will Fuqua and wife of Terrell viwited his parents here this week The Bac,;ist colored people baptized s-x converts at the gin tank Sunda1y. Importsot Notice. All who are owing for water must settle up by the 15th inst. or the water will be shut off, no oue will be excepted. MUTZ ': f Mrs. Dr Buchanan. ':r, "?am Bailey and family and i i tl, and three daughters of R. -< : '~y, of Fisher county, are > relatives in this cornmtniFrea delivery at Smith's. Now Brand a specialty. "All day suckers" are the "stuff." Ask Huffman for them. Don't fail to see those Pebble Goat Shoes at J. A. Carpenter shoes ind horse shoe .'.ll Sh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 October 1896

rxa~~l~r~ lll "w-u- Steamers Being Watc1hed. New York, Oct. 7.-A dispatch from Jacksonville, Fla, says: The filibustering steamer Dauntless put to sea yesterday morning with the revenue cutter Boutwell close behind her, under orders to see that she did not stop in the St. Johns river. Before leaving port the captain of the cutter notified the captain of the Dauntless that if he made any attempt to run away from the cutter while within the maratime jurisdiction of the United States he would sink her. The captain of the Dauntless reported to the collector of customs that he was going to Brunswick to pull off the sand bar several vessels that were driven ashore by the recent storm. The collector gave the Dauntless permission to leave port under escort of the cutter, but gave positive orders that she should not be allowed to leave if she took on board an extra supply of coal that had been placed in sacks ready for shipment. The coal was not on the wharf but as soon as the Dauntless left...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 October 1896

Nae P Ils are fit only, for naked savages. Clothes are the marks of civilization-in pills as well as people. A good coat does not make a good pill, any more than good clothes make a good man. But as sure as you'd look on a clothesless man as a mad one, you may look on a coatless pill as a bad one. After fifty years of test no pills stand higher than AYER'S Cathartic Pills SUGAR COATED. If 'Ws a matter of rough skin, redness or sunburn, use HEISKELL'S Soap. It whitens and softens the skin. If f's eczenma9 tetter or pimples use thbe ointment--HEISKELL'S Ointment, It will cure any disease of the skin. Soap 25c., Ointment 50c At druggists or bv mail. JO0tHS'rO 0, HLLt0hhA0 . for women only. A book of 64 pages, devoted entirely to Catarrh and Catarrhal Dideases. These books are all instructively illustrated. All who are married in haste d(lo n<t repent at leisure. Sometimes they have to hustle so much to keep the wolf from the door that they don't have any leisure France produces year...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 October 1896

~ 91Immu~IB m Nja~ majmwnmmm Mra~l~ I ~i rl (i I 4, I , Iz ,' 1** RI fy IM Ii 1 a I I B ^y 1e k. $; a1 . Y rt K8Li ..-* TIA 0 n e l^,I ' ' l I ^ i A. 4^'I~~~~~ h I F (A^ ^wM; rz -p^ f,-,^ \ / 1 / ....~ < '*'! 7. 1 i <'-" CI .V 'k % , I , i 4 -0 fr ' I B it/ -*Avz,' 9";.< E , < I " i^r ,i-l Jai , -.1^""A R -w i lk Alr ERCHANDISE. ~. ops and ant'Cioated dull busiIs, we must dispose of our large --e. We wiil wol carry thesc oney you wiit do so by visitifl 4j . Our goods are open for your pricess will suit you ... . . ='\,,\re c a rr ythe strongest and best line of shoesmn a d eto-day. Eac an d every pair GUAR. ANTEED! : ' No thing b et sold leather in our shoes. Repaiing fr ee. t A rattling good pair ol ~ . men's wor~k shoes for $t ' A good pair of men's g aiters or lace sofl JeI for $1 A woth an's solid leather i . i e r cis Igain or pebblpan g rating ooed shoo' for ~ ~ ~$i A ladies' excleilVen:. k id s h oe oa c..t n, tit eBt e r t i p, n e ,::oes, $ eS We can g ive o u s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 October 1896

TVCIT .T.I]X1BE^T I especially invite your attention to this department, for never before have I been able to offer such inducements as I am offering this season. My present Trimmer has been with me since the first of the year, and this alone is sufficient guarantee to those who are familiar with her woi~k. She has everthing at her command necessary to satisfy the most fastidious, and at the same time satisfy those who are not so inclined. I In this Department we carry a full line of laces, trimming~ and ladies' furnishing goods, and wou'l e'y~ou before buying elsewhere to examine and price our union suitsfo ladies and children, together with everything else supposed to be carried in this department, for it is inet ieyou a list of the differentatilsobefud We have been doing business in Ferris for the past fifteen years and have never advertised a gyenL,. clearance sale, but for reasons of our own have decided to do so now, Come and make $i buy you $2 worth of goods at ------C---- __...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 October 1896

VOL "F' 6, FRRRTS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS. SATUIDAY, OCTOBER. 17, 1896. I.CO PER AN 'ed Oak. A e atp atr F'1'r gi9c, N t heI rEs iien I e (if Dr an : r: . ( V [, D,. vis i tl, ] ~ie t ani thf l"n:' ,.pie enr orl ttf .l -.lx ('.. i,, l i V '-mt a ~ ~.. i.. c , " :i ZV Mf~o h -' '1.1, firorn hr' -'yi t' 1 > v "^ -" A SK, 1 < " J ;* ' " * -1 ' i '1 in ~ ~ ~ ~ X ni's^ii ''' ; > -'i is^u move him, terest but Le thi ks it to do so ('uulty Notes. The NT'erthv e.t ']e'Xs conference ,f 1ie Ii }. c['urch, south, xxli conv; .', WaVx: l',icle on the 18th of t f /, ,, ~ 'u', !2,n n t v ll address ., , ,, ,>., W:xihach'e on Oct 20, a ', '':,, i: Q. Mills oi the 21st. ' speciei to the Ncxs from Italy soty Io lo* states that Pire:-dent Green has( deto his hest i' ,cId, not to extend his road further ouIIth at present, vhich looses the The;.e hlu\e ,p s)O me real pgtate trasflp,1:3 sin3 our alt. J. I Pavne v Son have bought the W M. Wicker place a)eimenat house. WVe trust that the boys TMil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 October 1896

. assets and liabilities unknown. T. J Price, who lives near Kaufman, Kaufman county, was kicked in the abdomen the other day by a mule. HIe will probably not recover. L. S. Gooding, in the book and stationary business at Cleburne, filed a trust deed the other day with preferred creditors to the amount of $573. A gravel train on the Houston and Texas Central was derailed at Wilson creek, Collin county, the other morning. One or two cars were damaged. J. D McCoy, dealer in dry goods, at Plano, Colhn county, executed a deed ot trust on his stock of goods, several days ago, naming J. C. Phelan as trustee. J. D. Gray and J. W. Hardin, of Terrell, Kaufman county, have shipped two carloads of Jersey cattle and a fine grade of hogs to the State Fair at Dallas. Mr. J. L Tipton was run over and killed at Overton, Rusk county, several nights ago, by a freight train H13 jody was mangled almost beyond recognition. The army worm is devasting the oat fields around Wheatland, Dallas county. VWhole...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 17 October 1896

"'OBa ei aasaaBBcar a 4a o s a a bloav tea "Bullog fl sae ,-ll et alV ry I~~lld of cllll~~~lren.'> " "Haaw A M[ys ery. Canton, 'l x., Oct. 11.-From Deputy Sheriff James Vickery is gathered the following: Monday afternoon a covered e wagon with second hand bed bows nailed on bed was seen driven in Lacy creek bottom near the Kaufman county e line. The sheet and cover were closely g drawn, both in front and rear. No one was seen in the wagon, which was drawn by two horses, and two other horses were hitched behind the wagon with saddles on. t Tuesday morning people in the neight borhood noticed the wagon, but did not . see any one about it. Two good-sized deep sorrel horses, very well matched, were seen feeding about the wagon. Wednesday the same thing was noticed by those passing, and on Thurs. day the neighbors became alarmed, and sent for officers to make a search. Officers responded, and the country for some distance around was thoroughly searched, but no persons could be found. ...

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