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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 August 1897

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Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 August 1897

ERVIN Will Barrett, slightly scalded. The following are missing and are supposed to have been scalded and drowned, the theory being that they jumped overboard to avoid being scalded or were scalded and sought the river in their frenzy caused by pain. Sam Porterfield, John Wright, Levi Knight, Nash Reese, Mose Sallerfield, Charles Byrd, Thomas Stewart, Tom Thomas, Henry Samuels, James Smith and Eugene Hunt, a white man, one of the bc-At's crew. The packet Ora Lee happened to be within easy distance and went to the Fritz' assitance and towed her into port here. Frank C. Conray, wife-murderer, -was electrocuted at Dannemora, N. Y., recently. ABPU HAMID CAPTURED. The British Lost 21 Killed and IHad Several More Wounded So.entiflc M[eetting Detroit, Mich., Aug. 12.-The audi-torium of the immense new high. school building was yesterday a scene of beauty, the decorations being in honor of the forty-sixth annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The attenda...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 August 1897

/ WEYLER'SS WVOVEMENIS,. ft Is Run.ored that He Has Been Sent to the Front. New York Aug. 6.-A dispatch from Havana says: It is rumored that Capt. Gen. Weyler's departure for Matanzas was due to orders direct from Madrid sending him to the front. Capt. Weyler made preparations to tare the field some days ago, but according to a statement made by an officer at the palace he delayed his departure in order to mature a plan to entrap Gen. CastiIIo. The captain general is severely criticised here for not having taken the field earlier. For three reeks now bands of insurgents from -'e east have been swarming into Matanzas and even into Havana. They have raided small towns and made demonstrations before larger ones. They have landed expeditions and had time to organize. Yet Gen. Weyler contented himself with remaining on the defensive and only retaliating on the insurgents by issuing decrees that cruelly aggravated the sufferings of the unfortunate reconcentrados. It was only when the insu...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 August 1897

SUCCESSOR TO THE IERRIS SENTINEL. $x.oo A Year. Published every Saturday and entered at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as second-class mall matter .4D VERTISING RATES. Locals 5c per line and display ads 12Yc per inch per insertion. Liberal cuts on ads for large space or longtime H but, thanks to the efforts of the commission, the railroads will hardly persist in Complete Stock General lMerchalflise DRY GOODS, Groceries, Notions, Etc., At Lowest Prices. Will appreciate your patronage and treaty you right. J. A Carpntefr to-morrow the stock law goes Into effect. The ball game last Friday evening resulted in a victory for Ferris, the tally standing 19 to 17. The Herald has hinted on several different occasions that the Lancaster boys can't play ball. The Baptist meeting is still in progress and growing in interest. They have had several conversions this week. That there is much interest manifested is shown by the stores closing during the morning services. The election Tuesday passed...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 August 1897

Fernis' first bale of the season, was brought in late Friday evening, the 6th, about an hour after THE WHEEL had gone to press. It was picked from W. E. Garrett's crop on Hop Wilcher's place one and a half miles southeast of town. It was ginned by Mutz t ^Brown Shoe. 44 Am now showing the nicest line of .( )'X Men's and Boys' Negligee Shirts A Oh\ in town. ( )A4 A My Stock of GROCERIES is also Com ( )~ plete in every respect, ~4 Also have some odds and ends in ')4 Men's and Boys' Clothing, such ,,z ^as Coats, Vests, Pants, Etc. at One-half ' their value. ~ )K ,I^1 ylW BATCHLER1 i . . , Ferris Texas.... t ' n ' stoc,' v\a\lued ^'0/\/'*/-6\ /^\ at $30,000^ and\/'</^'\/^/ ill-c^.'\ sured for $20,000, the second floo If you want a nice guitar cheapl see J. F. Rush. John D. McRae speaks her( Tuesday against prohibition. Rev w. H. Berry will defend prohibi tion. Lancaster Flour and Bran at Smith's Grocery it is pleasant to take; it is quick in its action; it is guaranteed to cure. Fift...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 August 1897

4 A Bad Negro Purcell, I. T., Aug. 10.-Saturda) alght about 11 o,clock the people of the business portion of the town were excited by the loud and vociferous talking of a negro, threatening to kill any person with whom he came in contact. He proceeded unmolested to Mr. L. C. Wantland's house, in the northwest edge of town, and entered the house immediately and took hold of the hand of an employe and began swearing and beating the man in the face and saying, " you, I will kill you." Mr. Wantland, who was sleeping on the porch with his wife and children, being awakened and alarmed by the disturbance within the house, secured his winchester, rushed in to the assistance of the young man, and seeing the negro ordered him to leave the premises. The negro refused, but after a little persuasion and a few serious threats started to walk away. He only went as far as the gate, where he wheeled and sprang upon Mr. Wantland, grabbing the Winchester with one hand and in the other he had a large k...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 August 1897

Eh-P*rrsFR+ a.u * I- CU . -;NI -l-l l To Cure Constipatloif Forever. Take Cascarets Candv Cathartic 10c or 250 If C C C. fall to cure, druggists refund money. Every woman telling of her sickness ,Bays she "suffered everythin, '" n MONiEY FOR YOU to $12 per eek easily made at 2 ^ /SSSSS' home by ladies lith our IIMtElAiL 25 ^^ 6DarningF Macrnne WVe N ant sample Cs" ICS dai ns made to shot what A onderful woik our machine will do We offer you this chance to make them for us in order that you will tell J our friends about this gleat mar chine It will put a whole heel or toe in a stocking in 2 minutes; m ends under ear, table cloths, dress goods, lace-in lact ever thing So simple a child can woik it peifectly Sample machine and instiuctions 25e prepaid. Agents wanted. 'IURNER lonsy More capital than p_! B fl SUB | all Texaa houses comblnod St. I I I I AN W Iouis, N.ashvllle Birminghara, Montgomery Factories located attRilchmond Ind. W N U. DALLAS-NO 33-1897 When AnsNering Aaveitisements...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 August 1897

Hall's Great Discovery. One sinall bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all kinds of kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravels, cures dlabetis, seminal emissions weak and lame backs and all irregularitles of the bladder in both men aud women, regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent bv mail on receipt of one dollar. 'One small bottle is twomonths treatment, and we vill cure any case above mentioned. DR. E. W. HALL, sole Manufacturer, Box 128, Waco, Tex., For sale by W. A Baird, Ferrls, Tex. READ THIS. Mr. E. W. Hali, Waco, Dear Sir: Six years ago the 20th of June I was stricken down with a diabetic kidney trouble; then after a while it ran into gravel trouble and then back to diabetes and bladder affection. I began your great remedy in April, this year, and had I used it regular I think I could have passed a critical examination for any life insurance company. I consider your remedy the safest, quickest and cheapest of all now on the mar...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 August 1897

FERLIS, 'iLLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. 21, 1897. $1.00 PER ANNUM $. P NN Bluff Springs. Bluff Springs, Tex., Aug. 19.Maay I give you a few dots from this part of the fopoal vineyard for your many readers Health generally good. We are having some very hot, dry weather and a general rain is badly needed. The cotton crop is already cut off considerably and is opening very fast The camp meeting which has been going on for a week closed Sunday night. There were several conversions and several additions to the hurch. The best of order and behavior prevailed during the meeting ani evwe hope much and lasting good done. Prof. Culbertson hu been teaching vocal music at this place for fifteen days and we are glld to see the improvement that the class has made. Prof. Culbertson is a worker in the song field. He and his class will sing in your city a;~ the Methodist .church next Sonday at 3 o'clock, everybody jinyited to attend the song service. ~f this does not find its way into the claw ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 August 1897

ERVIN and parental authority, plain speaking by physiologists, public opinion and legislative enactment, should all be enlisted in the movement. It is very singular how the fact of a man's death often seems to give people a truer idea of his character, whether for good or for evil, than they have ever possessed while he was living and acting among men. Death Is so genuine a fact that it excludes falsehood, or betrays its emptiness; it is a touchdown that proves the gold, and dishonors the baser metal. Could the departed, whoever he may be, return in a week after his decease, he would almost invariably find himself at a higher or a lower point than he has formerly occupied on the scale of public appreciation. According to the latest official report the Japanese navy consists of two firstclass battle ships and six projected, one second-class battle ship, captured from the Chinese, five armored cruisers, ten second-class cruises and six building or projected, and seventeen vessels whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 August 1897

-- -~ Iti I MOVEMENT OF WHEAT. A jreat Peal is Being Held for Advance in Prices. TVaco, Tex., Aug. 17.-Wheat is being held by McLennan county producers in the hope of, a further advance to $1. The deliveries by wagon are vcly light, although there is more wheat in McLennan county this year than has been the case for ten years. There is a section embracing portions of McLennan, Bell, Coryell and'Boasque counties, in which' Wheat growing is the practice with nearly all the farmners. They do not sow laige fields, but a great many seeding small fields makes a considerable aggregate, and this year the central Texas wheat belt is particularly prosperous. Most of the wheat gilwers sold part of their crop as soon as it was threshed and got from 15 to 20 cents more than last year's prices. This gave them the much needed ready money to tide them over until cotton is sold. In the Scandinavian settlements of Bosque and Coryell counties the harvest was the best known since 1882. The rule with th...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 August 1897

iUCCESSOR iO T THE FEC1RIS SENTINEL. $I.oo A Year. Published every Saturday and enter,d at the postoffice at Fcrris, Texas, as ocond-class mail matter. AD VIERTE'ISIN(r HATES. Locals 5c per line and display ads 1 'Xc per inch per insertion. Liberal .: uts on ads for large space or long time. H ail he is unfitted by old age to c6pe with the stalwart men of the nation in the United States senate, his past experience and ability notwithstanding. No, we regard Grandpa Reagan as "the noblest old Roman of them all," but are not so possessed of the hero worshipping spirit as to hold any man's desire for office above the people's interest. ,No doubt Judge Reagan would serve the state with credit, provided his vitality should hold out from two to eight years hence, but Texas has son's just as capable in the vigor of manhood and, for this reason, better qualified to do the countrymore active service. Evans so that, although they rebel in lerge numbers, their defeat and destruction is inevitab...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 August 1897

LOCAL NEWS. Cotton wagons are seen on our I I. Thursday the 19th inst. was the 50th anniversary of the married life of Uncle Abe and Aunt Sarah Duff. Uncle Abe's health was too poor to admit of the usual ceremonies of a "Gold Wedding," but his friends and relatives did not forget to cheer the old hearts with a number of gold dollars, loads of wood, sacks of flour and other presents too numerous to mention. We congratulate them on the good fortune of living to see their gold wedding day-and hope they mnay have many more happy days In this life, and when time shall be no more with them, may they have an abundant entrance into the golden city of their God -whom they have faithfully served more than a half century. :__ Mr. Editor: I had the pleasure of attending the prohibition picnic at Rockett Saturday and I must say it was a decided success. The "personnel" of the crowd was very striking. Everything indicated thrift, prosperity, health and happiness. Even the men were fine looking, a...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 August 1897

Iant , 7 > I I I A,<Mine Burning. Angel's Camp, Cal., Aug. 18.--The great Utica mine is on fire. Flames and smoke were discovered issuing from 800-foct level station No. 4 at 4 o'clock yesterday morning. It was with difficulty that the shift made their escape. Six men were in the minle, but nmde their way through the south end of the new shaft. The fire is supposed to have originated from spontaneous combustion caused by lard and coal oil. It is impossible at present to estimate the extent of the loss that the fire will cause, but it is safe to say that it will amount to hundreds of thousands oef dollars. Not only are the mine owners affected, but the whole town of Angel's Camp, which contains a population of 6000 or thereabouts, who are almost dependent upon the miners empIoyed in the Utica group of mines. There are 1000 men employed by the company and should the fire prove as serious as reported these men will be left In destitute circumstances. Every effort is being made to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 August 1897

People worry a great deal o ter troubles that come under the head of things that are none of their business. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally. Price, 75c. Every year we think less of sixteenyear-old girls, and more of old maids. A woman doesn't really know what criticism is until she gets married and goes to visit her husband's kin. I never used so qmuick a cure as Iso's Cure for Consumption -J B Palmer, Bos 1171, Seattle, Vash , Nov.25, 1895 Every man thinks he can tell a funny story very well. No-To-Bac for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weakl men strong, blood pure. 60c, $1. All druggists. When a woman finally gets a good hired girl, she is always svre to say of; her that she is ,awfully slow." Ifil!IES ___ ur rs and Other Eyes. e^' Our I's are just as strong as they were fifty years ago, when we have cause to use them. But we have les3 and less cause to praise ourselves, since others do the praising, and we are more than willing for you to see us throug...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 August 1897

Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of Hall's Great Discovery cures all kinds 6f kidney and bladder troubles, removes gravels, cures diabetis, seminal emissions weak and lame backs and all irregularities of the bladder in both men aud women, regulates bladder trouble in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of one dollar. One small bottle is two months treatment, and we will cure any case above mentioned. DR. E. W. HALL, sole Manufacturer, Box 128, Waco, Tex. For sale by W. A Baird, Ferris, Tex. READ TIIIS. Mr. E. W, Hall, 1Waco, Dear Sir-Six years ago the 20th of June I was stricken down with a diabetic kidney trouble; then after a while it ran into gravel trouble and then back to diabetis tand bladder affection. I began your great remedy in April, this year, and had used it regular I think I could have passed a critical examination for any life insurance company. I consider your remedy ' the safest, quickest and cheapest o' all now on the mar...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 August 1897

FERRIS, ELLITS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUG. 28, 1897. A Scare at the Ferris Wheel. Chicago Chronicle: Several persons had a narrow escape from 'pending a night in one of the car of the Ferris wheel Tuesdat evening. One o ,ihe pipes that feeds the boiler with oil gave out along with two exhaust pipes at 6; o'clock. In the only car occupied thirty men and women were maniing the trip around the ,ig wbeel. When the oil gave out the steam fell from 120 to 40 pounds in a few seconds. Manager Rice succeeded in backing the car with the people to the :-tand jut as the steam gave out. 5 second later and the peeple would either have been compelled to stay in the car over night or be removed by rope ladders. One of the occupants was a woman xk ho weighs 300 pounds. The Comr:1naches who have mic_ ,-han one wife were ready to go on the warpath when the order was issued by the government that they would be allowed to have but one. The attorney general has since ruled that the law does not apply t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 August 1897

I ed ^ iJne 3ccint ERVIN o ZZELL, Propf ietors. ERVIN but no country is so laige that it has room for the harboring of worthless material. Alvan G. Clark was something more than an artisan of wonderful skill, he was a man of high scientific attainments. But it was as an artisan that he was pre-eminent and performed his highest service for human enlightenment. This man, who had done more than all others to assist the eye to penetrate the mysteries of space, often in his later years expressed the wish that he might live long enough to see what would be revealed by the lens that was his last and greatest work. This wish was not realized. But no living man knows what wonders are revealed to those who have passed "beyond the stars." No traveler can question the comfort or the convenience of the soon-to-becompleted trolley line which will cross the Nile and connect Cairo with +he Pyramids; but, alas! for the traditions of the past, and the associations vI ich the thought of Egypt brings t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 August 1897

_-sDhlYBYA BB 1Y the French ambassador to Russia, Count Lannos de Montebello, Gen. Boisdoffre, chief of the French general staff, who is to replace the Count Lannos de Montebello at St. Petersburg, and Baron von Moranhelim, the Russian ambassador to France. The czar conversed in French with -,.. various personages for a few minutes, and then the imperial party embarked on board the Alexandria. Grand Duke Alexis, the high admiral of Russia and uncle of the czar, on board the Hisstrola, proceeded ahead. The grand duke went alongside the Pothau, on board of which was the French president, and welcomed the latter to Russia in the name of the czar. A large fleet of pleasure steamers had by this time assembled in the roads, and the most intense enthusiasm was manifested when Grand Duke Alexis and President Faure left the Pothau and proceeded to the Alexandria The czar awaited the presl,ert Pt the top of the Alexandria's gangway, and the moment M. Faure set foot on the deck of the imperial...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 28 August 1897

in r If. fliencls * ____A DUCCESSOI TO THE FER.RIS SENTINEL. $I.00 A Year. Plubljshed every Saturday and entered at the postQoice at Ferris. Texas, as second-class mail matter. ApJ 'ERTISING RATES. locals 5c per liu~ and displav ad12i4c per inch per ,tnaertion. Liberal cuts on ads for large space or long time '/H 1897. . TlI far#meir wHo raised wheat this year i,3 strictly "in it." ' 7 TrfE WHEEL has received The Institute, the school journal of the Waxahachie Institute. F. M. Getzendaner and Chas Q. Barton are the editors. It is a laudable enterprise and deserves success. TEXAS' wX heat crop was the best this year ever known, and the leap in the price of wheat to the dollar mark with a prospect of going higher, means a handsome income to the state from that . J' J TILE FjRRi WHEEL is doing TlHE 1 ERRIS WH11EEL is doing valiant service for the local option cause in its part of the county. Ferris has tried local option and under its benign effects has built up one of the best public ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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