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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 February 1898

^e \X%;TaxrIsFEiRs ISENTip EL.. $' L^^OQ A Yeair.' :;^.T . PuM. h -'ised every. Saturday and enter: edat the.postoice at Feijrs, Texas, as -IISi:~!e'ond~l5ass fls matter.: ' . ' >;dd.. i-': * * ADVRTISINSWRAT1 ; ?^i:::Locals *sc .,per lue' and display ads ,:';S' ic per inich per insertion. Liberal X leulfs$ l ads for large space or long-time. !-i :(' H A&,T C Time Table. : N sorth bound. South bound. N -o. :l--5:35 p m No: 2-10:30 a m *: :;-,, 3--7:26 a.m J , 4-8:03 pm '.:', 15-10:30 ': ' 16-5:05 1 ' -:i : FRANK EZZELL, Editor. - . SATu'RDAY, Feb. 19, 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. . (County offices $5, Precinct -2.50; strictly cash in advance), offices For Represeontative: 'Z T BuonY: District Clerk: WALTER S 1(EMBLE JOE P COOPER J W BPOXSON 0 A FINLEY Con uty Clerk: A .LAsswELr, ED HAWKINS T 0 CiEsrTHA:-. Isarry E PICET'T CGEOatE 0 . ALvis u'v WlIITK ,JoSIN T JoxN-ES T ax Co.'llector: C.-JI{OCX-u]TUT J.E NYINC;S' Fur SorHi;: J ' AlINNICK GEo C SWEATT 71': Tax Assess( PETETR iSMITH Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 February 1898

... ...... "rat.iv..e...' (/ej'tgs near.henry. Tuesday." :arsi g ,triig'.a g o^:; .op n her: -M-r. S. lA, rayless was a, pleasil':eAlvisite:d :Dals tvisitar at our office Wednest7-',;-';;'.,':' l ::-':::..' :....- ^' * Mr. Jas. M. Moyers of India ,P'i'[{;shar hoder:: 25c it G. was a visitor at this office Wednes* Irrshialls,: ',. ~ - ' ; day. A. :felaseitm en:t of fresh'gar- Dr. Q. A. Alvis was up from se ds i~n btmulk at KEtLEY'S^ Fnnis Tuesday pressing his claims :::Blanik Deeds and ciattel mort- on the voters of Ferris for county gag-s"fofr sale at this office. clerk. H:iave your fire insurance writ- T. 0. Cheatham, of Nash, cant':fenby ,r ank Ezzell-. didate for county clerk, "was in Hu:nt Lightni Oil cures tarr Ferris W ednesday in the interest -i Hunt's Lightning Oil cures catarrh, f his candidacy. of his candidacy. :neinralgia, headache, cramp colic and diarrhea; failing, money refunded. The building formerly occupied Fvor saleM y lW. A. Baird. by J. F. Rush was torn down ! ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 February 1898

-I A BEAUTIFUL OIRL'S AFFLIC. ' ^ .Y: .f ' -; ': ' 0 TION. :;' :-,, -: P From the Republican, Versailes, Ind. The-Tuckers of Versailles, Ind., like a Vr ; . - flond parents, are completely wrapped up their children. Their daughter, Lucy i .:; ' ? : particular, has given them much coneer: She is fifteen. and from a strong, health 4*-; ' ~ girl, three years ago, had become weak an kept falling ff in flesh,- ntil she became knere skeleton. She seemed to have no lif at all. Her blood became impure and fi: ally she became the victim ofnervouspro tration. Doctors did not help her. Moe of the time she was confined to bed, ws ; . 0 very nervous and irritable, and seemed c ' the verge of St. Vitus' dance. "One morning," said Mrs. Tucker, "tl doctor told us to give her Dr. Williams' Pi Pills for Pale People,which he brought wilt him. He said he was treating a similar caq with these pills and they were curing the p tient. We began giving the pills and tt next day.could see a change for the bet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 February 1898

i "' n .>o' n Iacu.'bl . 'm id s 'the te to t 4b6 e is whes the symptoms of disease first appear. The symptoms f1 catarrh are many and varied. A slight cold or cough hat a few doses of Pe-ru-na ,would .smptly cure Is allowed to progress -onsl 1t becomes chronic catarrh, which orictimes necessitates long and per'Sislsent treatment to effect a cure. Mrs. Malinda Walker, Graham City, Young county, Tex., writes: ",'or the. past six years I h a v e 'been suffering with catarrh ,and all the evil effects that accompany it. The last year my throat got 1 sore, then it , settled on my -lungs w hh i c h / * caused pain under left shoulder and breast. I was not able to do my work; could not get up out of a chair without help. I had all of our doctors' advice and assistance, but it did no good. The first month after I began taking your medicine I was doing my work. I took them for twelve months and now I am in good health. I recommend your medicine to do just what you say It will do. You made...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 19 February 1898

i0j6ary flr. i^^l^''^^^^^^1^"^ OQT IIfNEr- : . -T :: M.: :3'.e-ts A''>ec:econil 'Monday in' February t 5jM.: a r' . A;;^,uagust;:and. Nvenleber. Ii' '':: ~: ,IU:;-I, -~ )TST^ CE CO:URT.:~.' ' : . "i Jec!ct ,:No. 2-Ferris, meets four ,.,-,, !, , W~edn.esdayV in' eAcllh iontlh. U . - : .: t. :~ ' ^ 't;' " , 0-. ' Lancaster Items.' ::::' <:'; , . r ' ' , '11 omn the Herald: ' ., C':.; ' r ' iX'Notwithstanding the fact that te :.^ - :' ne r.-th and west walls of Karl White ... ?:; - new brick building are above the firs :,.l- ' -story the corner stohe was not lai until Tuesday, and in the niche wa -:::'^ .>0 placed a last week's, Herald and ;- .: : '(opy of Sunday's Dallas News. Whe completed Karl will have one of th .. prettiest buildings in town. ,-' / The meeting at the Presbvteria: 'church closed last Tuesday nghl with a result of four additions to th *:;=.:: - church, besides a general awakenin among its members. Outside of thi much good was done our community - in that ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 February 1898

k FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, I RDAY, FEB. 26, 1898. $1.00 PEIE AN1IU What Benefits Us Benefits You... It's to our advantage to clean up this stock as nearly as possible. The prices we are making is decidedly to your advantage to buy,: 200 pair shoes in best calf-skin, : kangaroo=skin and imported patent calf-=$6.50 and $6.00 kinds for $3.35; $5.00 kinds for $2.95; $4.00 and $3.50 kinds for $2.25; $3.00 kinds $1.95. All the present stock Williams-Kneeland & Co. mate, $6.00 and $5.00 shoes, pick 'em for $3.95. OVERCOATS at cost and less. MEN'S SUITS=--$12.50 for $16.50 and $15.00 suits; 9.75 for 2.00 suits; 7.50 for 10.00 suits. All the colors and many of the blacks. I n w ASpring od$ .... alreadyjbem to arrive - - rmmm ~ - ^... . ._ Pres .ent Winston Talks of Texas. among the best colleges in America, is at the head of our great systemin of The Washington Post says of Pres- fe pubc schools. Its faculty have .,.,-, ,,,., . . " .free public scliools. Its fac-uly hae ideut Winston who is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 February 1898

Ii-i ;ZZRLLPt .: TXAo i TEXAS NEWS ITEMS. ~i:-0.?: A The coemn rs' court at Beau..... :. monrt recently issued $11,000 of Jefferson county bridge bonds, due and payable forty years from date, for $1000 each. The store building and stockof goods of J. A. Clopton, a leading merchant of Dayton, Liberty county, burned the other night. Loss about $6000, partly covered by insurance. W. J. Foster of Weatherferd, Parker county, died a few days ago from an overdose of morphine. He was 66 years of age. His remains were shippod to Marlin, Falls county, for inter,. meat, his former residence. The following charters were filed with the secretary of state at Austin a few days ago. The Houston Bowling club of Houston; no capital stock. The Planters' Gin and Oil company of Shoerman; capital stock $650,000. Robbers broke into the Gate City clothing store in Texarkana several nights ago and robbed it of $200 worth of clothing. Entrance to the building was effected through the rear window, which was b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 February 1898

AN ASSAULT CASE. . :" .. A 'Young Lady at' Waeo Outrdaed by a ; :0 1^.- ": -- . . i : e ro. ' ' 0:X:Waco, Tex., Feb. 23.-In that neighhborhood and on the<county farm there .. ' was much excitement Monday in conse-, q- .qenaoe of the absence from the pauper ' quarters of Lizzie Teck, a demented v: ]-. ::-girl, who has been a public charge : - :from' her early childhood. The girl Is strongly inclined to wander off. She < slips away at every opportunity. The farm is divided, part of it for . the misdemeanor convicts and part for the helpers, aged, invalid and idiotic ] people, and Lizzie Teck is a pauper of the latter class. An opportunity oc. crr'd Monday afternoon and she made :for the brush, disappearing on the bank .of a brook which is her favorite resort * when she escapes the control of the s-. uperintendent. A short time after her disappearance :. -..a searching party went into the chapparral which skirts the stream and not finding Lizzie at her usual haunt the search was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 February 1898

?iF?; .: d s m. ter.S .. f6 : i/t'. : :,:" ' ' A'D riT *1~$!2 SR A . .a' 's A ;go i^e every aturday and enteried t ^e e hpostoiQice fat: Ferris, Texas,: as ^ a-olrnd-ca^ss mail Mmatter. -^'"- .' ADYr)ARTISTXf RATES. q:-: ^ .! ,:Lo&a}s. 56 per line and display ads ;:. : :'. 'l2,:Kc per inch per insertion. Liberal ~:- -:.;Ce ut:s on ads for large space or long time. ' :' ''H & T C Time Table. North b ound. South bound. io,; 1-5:35 p nl No. 2-10:30 a m "3-:7:26 a m [ 4-8:03 pm : 15-10:30 ' " 16-5:05 " :FRA.NK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, Feb. 26, 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. (County offices $5, Precinct $2.50; strictly cash in advance). offices For Representative: Z T BUNDY District Clerk: WALTER S KEMBLE JOE P COOPER J W BaoxsoN 0 A FINLEY ToM CHANCELLOR. county Clerk: A LASSWELL : : ] ED HAWKINS ~" 0 T 0 CHEATHAM ?? }lluharry E PICKETT !s^1'1., ~'GEORGE 0 ALVIS U V WHITE :~ .' JOHN T JONES . 'Tat Collector: CROCKETT JENNINGS For Sherift: J P MINNICK :.( . .i ' : GEO C SWEATT -!:' - ' Ta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 February 1898

.Cs",; . :c' ' ... . . .. irtme/ft :f fresh garbulk at:KELLEY'S. U)i:: 3anDed::4s and chattel mmortu~a aahc crit g.ag.es for sale at this office. H' - ave-your fire insurance writ:tennby Frank Ezzell. ' Hunt's Lightning QU cures catarrh, laeuralgia, headache, cramp colic and diarrhea; failing, money refunded. F. or sale by W. A. Baird. J. P. Minnick and Ed. P. Hawkins were electioneering here Tuesday. Quarterly meeting is holding here at the Methodist church to-day. Col. Sugg of North Carolina, was the guest of Mr. A. A. Malloy Wednesday night. Miss Lucy Hosford of Sterrett is the guest of -her sister, Mrs. Dr. Jones. Dr. Wilson reports the arrival of a nine-pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wester Wednesday. Use Scotch White Oats. Deel sells it. J. A. Notice! G :d -town property for sale, or will - de for good farm land. : . W. JORDAN, Ferris, Tex. cJ<7 Parsons of India paid us a call' ..,rsday. in, I. Cross and children visited this week. *V 'u:: artha Young visited M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 February 1898

i hikfawin$ s Jtra O towrwd inte'kt: if:-lfts' i 'b 'rvteran a f the late' war. i: a omud' ewil' ned further proof than ,tbtfarie nd's own words, as here given. , : *- uirqL.e John Castor, of Pewpoint, Ind., is .r th narrator, and an'honest, respected citi: i he -:is ,too. .He said: "I have. been ;trub:i ed with rheumatism in all my joints, ever sinoe I went to the war. It was brought ";',on i my exposure there. It came on me gr afualy, and kept getting worse until I . ~was unable to do any work. I tried several '?: ,physicians, but they did me uo good. They said my trouble was rheumatism resulting in disease. of the heart, and that there was no cure for it. Nevertheless I had lived and fought the disease for thirty years, and did : not intend to die, imply because they said C?:n : ' I Want to Swear to That. :- -0- I must, so I hunted up some remedies for myself, and 4nally happened on Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. I asked some of my neighbors about the medicine, for it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 February 1898

,,, I *; , . ,, , _ %. '-'i.. U :j,, "1, . : , ,5 .I,. I :'-.- , , .-a .b;'= '7 :' ' ' '''I -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~I L E = -- ,A~ : ____ Z IllZISIIIU1I11!If!It1111,I!t1iH It will be our luck, when we get to heaven, to have to sit behind a high hat To Cure Headache In 15 Minutes. Take Dr. Davis' Anti-Headache. AII Druggists. Being elected treasurer of a lodge ruins nearly as many men as whisky. Crescent Hotel, Eureka Springs, Ark. Opens March 1st. In heart of Ozark Mountains, climate mild and bracing, scenery wild and beautiful. Unequaled medicinal waters. Excursion rates, through sleepers, via Frisco Line. Address Manager Crescent, Eureka Springs, or Geo. T. Nicholson, G. P. A., Frisco Line, St. Louis, Mo. Don't believe that curling irons are responsible for all the curly hair. To Cure Constipation Forever. Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggists refund money. A policeman always has an excuse ready. OH, WHAT SPLENDID COFFEE. Mr. Goodman, Williams...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 February 1898

~,~%O!TI ER5::0" VkT.' fleet iyoeBdnay in Febiuary, 'C?^cjj't(o: ~-Ferr^s, ^i meets, fourth 'd d s:Cuniaych Cmlionth. ' ' ?County Cullings. ' :Ji Ozro is the name of a new post?-fice recently created near Auburn, Athbis county. : . : t i:'he little 2-year-old girl of J. W. Br-oxson, of Ennis, choked to death :on bread Sunday evening. :There was a heavv hail' in the southern portion of the county Fri i day night. -.:..: Figures given out by Tax Coli:lector Jennings show a closer col-: election of 'taxes in Ellis county '- by $7,0)0 than at the same time -:' last year. The Lee murder case has been appealed without a statement of facts, the time having expired before such statement was completed. The case goes up as an "imperfect appeal" and it is said Helen Reid will be held pending the decision. The Ennis News reporter sent the following to his paper last Thursday from Waxahachie: "There was an Ellis county man here today on his way to Fort Worth with 500 pounds of honey, 7 turkeys, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 March 1898

COUNTY, TEXAsSATURDAY, MARCH 5,1898. '.' Spring Suits. JL& 0 I Not an avalanche, just a few things, interesting ah the first droppings of a shower that we say "smells like rain", in fact more like new mown hay. A hint at a few of the styles with no attempt at style painting. Pure, all worsteds in light plaids. Neat effects in strips and over plaids together with our usual best granites in blacks and blue blacks. Suits that are in every way perfectly tailored. The, best of Serge and Farmers Satin linfng. In a word perfect clothes: $15, $16.50, $18.50, $20, and $22.50. a * . Or course the cheaper ones are here too. Hats, New Shoes and New Furnishings just in. . N. B. 100 dozen Ti ait Four-in-hands at 2 Hoew to Get On In the Wo] MeIct ,f our successful men fife ah t out a dollar. They ,) W(,-ecess by hard work and ' I ,:s'?v. You can do the Here ,are a, dozen rules for gett ia tile world: 1. 3e honest. Dishonesty s viake/., ene rich; and when it fic :es are a curse. There is nc thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 March 1898

/ ' -, " :,';UA' BA M ZE.LL, PaieTbwM PERRIS, : : : : TEXAl -TEXAS NEWS ITEMS. "I : igk Goldby, an old colored man, I 44p found dead in Houston several , i rs since. "/rs. Scott, living in Greaville, Hunt county fell recently while retiring and 4jroke her thigh bone near the hip. DeKalb, Bowie county, was visited :by a fire recently. About three-fourths of the business houses were destroyed. Less about $50,000. A young Mexican farm hand on John King's farm on the Civilli, accidentally s hot and killed himself several 'days* since with a' six-shooter. John Anthony was sentenced before the district court at Liberty, Liberty county, recently, to a term of three years in the penitentiary for making counterfeit quarters. John Dorrs, who was thrree times convicted on a charge of perjury in Chambers county, v a as tried and acquitted here recently on change.of venue for the same offense. The commissioners' court of Taylor county, in a recent session, issued $20,000 of refunding courthouse ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 March 1898

I T.RA3EDY* IN CORSICANA. ' Ji.m J'.hnson Was illed by Georg .. People. Corsicana, Tex., March 2.-At 1 .- , -o'clock yesterday morning on Fourt : avenue, about a mile from the busi 1; - - tfess part of the city a row occurre between two negroes named Georg 'Peoples, who was playing dominoe with Cage Hughes and Jim Johnsor another negro, who was looking on Peoples left the house and Johasom and Hughes remained seated for abou ., * ~three minutes, when the crack of Winchester was heard at the rear doo of the cabin and a ball struck Johnsoi ~...,.....,- under the left jawbone, coming ou ?': near the left eye. The wounded mar grabbed a stick of stove wood and ray :. . .03 out of the house in the direction of the ::? is gunshot and as he gained the outsld. i a second shot was heard. When Cag, At,:. -a' Hughes emerged from the house Jin i!N!-i-,: Johnson was lying dead in the yard ~. i'. .. the second shot having struck him ii ,,4 ! " the right breast just above the nipple coming out belo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 March 1898

I..*9 =I :tY8ICESOR TO THE FERRIS SENTINEL. $ I.oo A Year. .' Published every Saturday and enter.,ed at the postoffice. at Ferris, Texas, as second-class mail matter. ADY.}RTIS1NG RATES. .Locals 5e )er line and display ads ,.fPcpar inch per insertion. Liberal . ets oh ads f(r large space or long time. H & $ C Time Table. North bound; I South bound. No. 1-5:3 p I No. 2-10:30 a m ,' 3-7:26 am *' 4-8:03 p m " 15-10:30 "' ', 16-5:05 " FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, March 5, 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. (County offices $5, Precinct $3.50:; strictly cash in advance). For Representative: Z T BUNDY tistrict Clerk: WALTER S KEMBLI3 JOE P COOPER J W BRitxsON 0 A FINLEY / County Clork: A LASsw:XL., ED HAWXI(;. T O CIn'ATi-rAr< . Harry E PIC'KETT GEORGE 0 ALVIS U V WVITZ JOHN T JONES TO.i CHANCELLOR P L A JEFFKriS ' T&x Collector: , ROCKETT JENNI NGPor Sheritt: 'J P MINNICK GEO C SW:FATT Tax Assessor: IPrT , SMI'rTl (eaunty Treasurer: HARDY P XiIZELL JOE SINGLETOM JOHN C JOHNSTOK 8 A BAYLES...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 March 1898

-ii p p~l 4ijort^^ iflfNiDg our 'people o is ca - dY o rjeintyle your*-^*:' fire insnrae.' writ-'Jeffersis one of Palmer's leading t y F^roankir ur writ-l. young business men. He was (~i~^ t, ank Ez~ell. born near Ferris and has lived all fl.uti'e Lightning Oilcures catarrh, his lifd in this part of Ellis county. a r9agia, i;ea-lache,'cramp coli and He was raised on a farm and 4iarrhoea; failing, money refiinded. picked 500 pounds of cotton on 4rale by W.'A. Baird. his 17th birthday. For some (!Ue eotch White Oats. j. A. twelve years he has been assist~Deel sells it~ant postmaster of Palmer, con'De'eiSells it. Miss Ida Batchler was the guest ducting the business of the office of Miss Blanche rum at her for his uncle, and was mayor of of Miss Blanche Prum tat her_ ' ,, . ome on Lon Br anc Sund Palmer five years. .Mr. Jeffers is 'home on Long Branch Sunday. a christian gentleman of excelMrs. Sam, Coffee and baby of lent character. He is a good Navasoto are visiting relatives democrat,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 March 1898

7 '1 ': ' ...-..-.. And what it' lea :t . - -. 1n occurrence that a many a younger woman. . ver since my be the me,s of giv- recovery I have taken a couple of botles ' s of happiness and of Dr. Ayer's arsaparnla each spring, and eeding the advice i am quie satisfied that I owe my good le case with Mary health to this treatment. I give this testi. ve she was dragging menial purely in the hope that it may: y. At sixty-one she meet the eye of some poor sufferer."and strong shre can MARY LINOARD, Woodstock, Ont. me many a younger Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla has woe its way. *ack on thirty-six to every corner of the world by the praise s of industry. But off'its.friends; those who have tried it and who know they were cured by the use of I hadgreattrouble the remedy. There is nothing so strong >ctors allowed that as this personal testimony. It throws ,all wing on it, and they theories and fancies to the winds 'and a effort to give me stands solidly upon the rock of experit time earning my ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 5 March 1898

-DISTRI-T fCO AT.. ill' I *]Meets) third Moiday in May and soe.-' .Wfh1Z oid Monday in December. u COUNTY.COURT. i Mfeets first Monday ln January, first in April, July and October. W ithCOMMISSIONERS' COURT. Meets second Mbnday in Fcbruary, May, August and Novembc. er. JUSTICE COURT. Precinct No. 2-Fcrris, meets fourth Wednesday in each month. F.H~~ ...County Cullings. Mrs. Wm. Cates of Midlothian, who was adjudged insane by a jury on Saturday, was sent to the county asylum on Sunday. Ennis, Tex., !March 2-R. H. Slocum. who lives seven miles wcst of Waxahachie, was here with a freak of nature, which is exceedingly rare, if indeed such was ever seen before. It was two fully developed kittens with one head. The bodies were complete in every way, with the requisite number of feet and tails for two cats. The bodies were seperate to the neck. There they merged into one, and the head was perfeet in its parts. Ennis, Tex., March 1.-Engine No. 79, pulling train No. 15, northbound, hai an ac...

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