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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 31 October 1896

tEfBSiBRmEIPE_1SGIBEh: MR. J J CURD Mrs J J Curd, my Nlfe, vas afflicted four years with the rheumatism She tried many fine physicians without help. She used Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure, which cured her, and to-day she is entirely well I cannot recommend Family Curd too highly for all dilzcases of the stomach, liver and kidneys > * ) t Little Rock, 'Ark. A written guarantee to cure or moaey refunded with every dollar bottle. Price, $1 00, 50c and 25c A written guarantee to cure or money refunded with every box of Dr. Sawye's P'asrilles, which cures all diseases pecuhat to women. Price, $1 t00 per box. Clem-maWe have been subjected to a series of exmerteento in the hlst few days. Mrs. Barber of Lewisvule Ark. came here alone to take back to her home the twin infants of her sonI, J. E. Barber. She left with them Sunday eve. The childiea are very feeble but re hope she will get L1ere safe iAsL Saturday w2 lad a bIg --at. ment by a youno mnan from Hifl,ton rldm a Nery dangerous ho. ,'l ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 November 1896

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 November 1896

41%rris i0 Blyain and have not taken the tack Sciwall electois 70 mBivan and Watson The passenger due here at 8 05 did electors 10 Governnr, Culber~on 95, ^ electors 10 Gevoitior, Cuimboeen 9, nor reach here till 10 o'clock IKearby 2 Consiasc, Crantoid 109, ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Nearby 532 Cengue~ss, Cranhloid 109, lshe above facts were gleaned from Davis 21 . the engineer, messenger and passen'This is the vote of Boston and NewP Boston gr Boston ~~~~~ , The robbers are described as boys, Pittsburg, Camp Co Tex Nov 4 about 17 to 20 yeais old They did not Theie xas haid fight on ceoil3 tick, get anything though th Deemociats claim the vic o e scouring the cuni , _, , , , . , r~~~he offrelS ale scouring the GUnl/v totr The ceomnty us gixen to Crantord r The c t i t C, and are confident they will attest the by a smih miajoi ut3 though the Popiilists claim tne county fur Kcarby and o Woth, Tex, Nov -From Fort Weith, Text, Nov 3--From lDa is those on the noithi-bound Katy due Later letulna sho~ th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 November 1896

GENERAL ELECTION. -FIRST REPORTS FAVORABLE TO M'KINLEY, 'New England and the Middle States Carried by the Republicans-iiany States ii Doubt-Reports are Coming in Slow. Chairman Jones Talks Chicago, Ill, Nov. 4 -The returns received up to midnight last night indicate the probable election of McKinley and Hobart, although the returns air so meagre from a number of doubtful states that this conclusion can only be reached by an estimate based upon the gains and losses The best returns obtainable show that Maine and Maryland give majorities somewhat reduced from the September election. New Hampshire gives about 20,000, Massachusetts about 120,000 and Rhode Island and Connecticut proportionate majorities, all for McKinley. New York is estimated at about 125,000 and Pennsylvania is likely to reach the same figure, if not a greater Maryland has been carried for the Republican candidate for president by a majority exceeding 20,000, and Delaware is confidently claimed by the Republicans, alth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 November 1896

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 November 1896

I-OCAL NEWS. I umi;n Snoti opened h, ,,,cho] _ --__- La vvnidale Monday .' ,c t,2eed biIa of fane2 crdii t }o) t vL-tl to e e ilia-c Peb'ble It wa.nu' .,*c''w-Oe> at J A Caipont-i J CO !'; Fulton Dno ;n.d ti, , thou m classes before 3ou buy I, pot Jdx of oasK( d coli-e } u OLI want fiesh I ,* b l -1 '. 'p d tG i:;"i^V~i. ' Tx"^ t ^ .,..l..;rF.n ,,, IL P x tit 1nytinTt,,i'i eat i Y7 hm,iev pati P,dnelu hba-', 'e! ;if Monday * .5I~Of 1'a., int iN/Ira' M it-l'o , ' -, II z Do .lile 'i iL. i Ri-tZ and child 'IL ,vii t I . I't. , i n ,IaiLas i' 11tii.. nT li iock F [,' ol t co ea a tiy l n ay quart ticy srin a0c ua) <t i'Fmitit, W1,' L? aI vl Iot e I, cantA I' Al j 1 ye-.'-_',l *'it a VSiC tO Lih) nothct, .. J I, l aphertil, on"I of Fei ils' hut ~ id1 e,,o fen t*'p,',, ,tLeIday . ' i{ .us --5[et-or T <. -" .eie ha:, jer cool a.ndl Cleai' >i:i, tnce ,4i1i0t A'edic-Qdaiy til inI L T1 / c v>4spl'd''y ~flidc,%.mti SOu11 1 7) Ldldl'hty ntgl'i \vI(h soibe.',tf ' 2 ri i dl it ls ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 November 1896

I .TTLE AMBERI mud of a football in the cordown his pen and leaned ck in his big arm-chair. v a hand thrust back the i the doorway and his wife he was gowned for "he evenfavorite color-dull yellow. re diamonds at her throat and old-brown hair. She looked lith pleasure do?" she asked, coming forleaning upon the desk with , palms downward. ected her deliberately-critithought will do very well," he said at What is it to-night, Amber9" .' I am going with the Ken7rence " Gi up his pen with a slight of impatience that effectually her. Half the joy died out -tice. She stood a moment watchim as he wrote, then she went I and laid her hand timidly on his -.er. ,hn--" wistfully. ell?" hesitated, hoping he would look say something more, but he did am going now. Good-by." 1-by." as the tone, not the words, that f a sudden dimness into her She lingered still with her hand shoulder. Then she slowly reit and stole out of the room. the curtain ceased swaying behind tyVU pen dropped and John Sarles r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 November 1896

Odd Changes. Reglnald-Time brings about soms odd changes, doesn't it? Harold-I should say it did. Look at the matter of costumes. Why, when we played tennis we turned our trousers up at the bottom, and, now that we play golf, we turn our stockings down from the top. A Little Child With a Little Cold. I I That's all ! What of it? Little colds 'when neglected grow to large diseases and Ayer's Cherry Pectoral CURES COLDS. imH BUCKET SHOPS! AVOllI D'lP |TRADE WITH A _ RESPONSIBLE FIRM, E, S MURRAY fat, he certain to be uneiscovel d. Knew His Busines "on the contrary, it delights me. Sleep is a sign of an easy conscience. Those who can sleep do not need sermons."-Harper's Bazar. Cool But Not Collected. Nervy Canaday-What is it? Collector-Mr. Olway's bill, sir. Nervy Canaday-All right, put it right on that file there. Collector But he wants the amount. Nervy Canaday-Twenty-seven dollars an' seventy-two cents. Why don't he keep books? Good mornin'. It requires more sense to remain silent t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 7 November 1896

I I I li '\ .I a -I , X id" I! i ': , " t i} i I ) 0P Proteet~~~~ tour Id~s th"mybgyuwat T~io i I w h Ivent ous iv d ,^ 'A R ' _ _ JA J/ee , I y N' A i s ncTy {r Bi Ytt lV~s. Vzre 2 ',wN. v Na.fl' s. NN4AdoNNN~NS4 ^N-N -rA^N;ZJNVn .A DOUBLE A IA 1 7 -' i ) > EACH WAY OV -Ci> THEf 1ustiol I ' C. : t , e ,i ' i/0 I'f , I I t L , Di ; <'4;c1" I ^ 1, ' ,* 7 'N . AMP M af>'T. C N ' t 'O , >I 1, .t (j.?f C 4..fCr [ir_' f'',,, ' X' ::)ld by Y' A BAIRD, Fc-rs. DR0 ii: il Skia 7I E Z_ EYE, EAR, N " ,' ' aT oa.n d ;OSE. 'I . rtn ,'i'>)r s Ua o "-. L 'x 1t ) t l NI N 1 IN'' i ''2 I' ' uI :', ,' ; . ' "N I: ( ,, ' O1i N' *' '' _ ' . ' N' i '.. . [ ' . \ v h(i e : I )<' . '1 , . I "', J (2. irclistr s"' S1 I1I, a r 'i C J1'.. It m-Oc its nar' tnt No. 2,;-]. ail rusy be pitesdi-.t om'ce (d.y. All parties doing wel'. The contilited rain and damp ~eather is doing wicat dcamqae to late cotton. ' "Gone'' Borders L's beea doing some boss horae trading in the last lewV (la} b. Jess...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 November 1896

1.00 PER ANNUM And desert life there is one oasis where confidence dwells eternal and lniaii;h never comes, That place is our place. Day by day we make vigorous proclamations and day by day the people try us. As Samdel of Posen says : "All i e want is a chance." Uive us that amd we wid give you bargains in, suits at $9.75 and $12.50 that 'you will not soon forget. The suits were $12.50 to S20.J0. We've too many in colors; that's why the price. Come and see the suits Let us show you. tie make, the fit and the kinds ol cloth used in their get up. 1j only a looker you're as xtr ^S 'ji qqM CB Iv* 1111u r f^ rt IMParnr;nuxwnmrmrcuepisr lrrurmrmrmaraarm II D --rpplu l I rr ll smal IrmPP8liFaulrra6IlrCB ((l(bUP. {fliBfhiS Si Iff^/TlWbo run tbink ~ slome. lMnplo WarnedA A Idea .! hilnf to paton6? Protect your Meaw,, thef !nmy reng 3o11 w iUAth Write JOHN WKDD3I:.RBJVt'4 jaunty was 10,5542. The PioibfiLicn elector, ieceevd 61 N otes m Ellis county. The Southern Telephone .nd Te'egraph compan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 November 1896

TEXAS NEWS ITEMS At a negro rally at Angus, Navarro county several days ago, Clem Jones, 0lolored, was killed. Seventy-five tons of hay on Conner 'ros.' ranch near Sherwood, Irilon counburned a few days ago. ne Mexican Gaudalupe Guerra, who ,s hit on the head with a rock by Jim stin, died from his injuries. 'he new chemical fire engine ordeTed the city council of Denison has ar.ved amd is now ready for use. Dick insall, charged with cattle theft, was sent to the penitentiary for two years, the other day from Boerne, Kendall county. A new post office called Howard has oeen established in the White League settlement, twelves miles west of rnnis, Ellis county. Patrick Rose, son of P. H. Rose of Del Rio, Uvaldo county, was accidentally shot several mornings ago while out hunting. The residence of Tom Rogers at Ennis, Elils county, was burned recently from explosion of a lamp. Total loss of contents. No insurance. Sam Burns, an employe of the cotton mills at Dallas, thad two fingers torn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 November 1896

taukMUAAU MjfIuA iiitiuliiALM~l | A Lesson in Love. e "r suppose I love him I vwonder .t myself for hesitating any Ile gei to ansvei his letter ' Madeline tuilnd the lec-te: over in hoi hand and looked inteitly at the cleal, even vi citing on the envelope ' He was not very much disturbed when he wiote that," she said, there e is not a sr 'e lien oi cui e that denotes nelso3 ' css' She ruined tne , lettc over I lane:, he na-e, stamped the seal inmi" pertcetlv Noi really, it seems that his hand should have tLcnioled just a little-a ver'r little "I have sa-d all rne life, she ,aid thoughtfully, "tnat I would 'uelei mairy without m loe, but I ne eil dreamedd it would be difficult to knoTs whether I loved " Sne threw hie hea" hack a little wealily and sighed "lf I knew " she said sloiv ly, "if I only knew,, I would place as high a valtc upon the giving ot my heart an a,.y woman that lives I only knowv ,hat he is as much or more to me than anyone else that I have evCl seen in m I life, we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 November 1896

Ferns Condensed 'eSsoic -I0 Tnr Faum's SFvnNr.L $1 oq A Year 'i.ltpd PNer v Maturday anil ctoili opn-,tolhte at Kcm11, TV\.ia, ,S 't 1 thmarIl Ima titer FRIANT EZZELL, Editor A') VJIr'ZTh'O ICA ri ss , oi. to expect us to do so EVEN the beating of the heait 'an be seecn by the X i,, BaY\X gets 177 electoial votes aind McKinley 27(1 MoKinle5 s aiioiit) 93 MCKTXLEY cained Kentuck' by the skmin of his teeth, lbnt Buekenrdge lid't cairy the Ashlaud dishtm . CILEVELAND'S majoiitv of the electoral vote ON er Hailson and Weaver in '92 wai 110, his pluialty ovetM Hair ion 132. --CItARLIE CUIBERSON cmaried 13 moi e counties than he did in 1894, and gain Texas' young Christian governor has knocked out the spoitb and pnrir light , A PADO'N has again yielded to his journalssir' piopensitieb and assumed the editoia ml contiol of the Cedai Hill kdvoceie 0eie's to the ,tincess of the Advocate undIer ib new management FOR FOR Woman's modesty and ignorance of danger often cause her to endure pains a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 November 1896

LOCAL NEWS. Don't fail to see those Pebble __________ =__- Goat Shoes at J. A. Carpenter i t, ,tu . '> , -.".,[ and qua .;:, i County Cleik 'ihoti)pon har,,, L , lkI t , I out tnanls foi a cop ot the of ,, , te fiscal vote of Elis county. , e 'Il ,1 Hi f, ,,e D ts he t 11 ,,1 pulbish the tota l xoUe of the eouitit I in tLs ibsue i Ctll i l asd amtli o 'mn ,,e T Ciict .s and fil ippo'( ' -.-]' ' l at top crop of cotton is done da ok Bond B,, '. wnIl so tar as rutulle Jo1)(' W iS Bet t a aie coneti ed The late (old t il ten tl e x, tlo, , \ ;,1 wea tuer settled it e i e it , he bede ,.t erls onl Th1qqt, . D W. K Hudson, one of ourI No, , 1y Brstol leaders,was in Fetis Sat W uid, d and dropped in to sce Tnz W n Ft i lll tl l hs t -ll WiV, , ;doe n Ful to n 1 3BIos. old stam i ,P'' ', a p) wes too Call on him ;m (<,,, ti'. e _'. C Bailey wiil preach a'gioee s and canfectionorl-. selihUon especially to young men on the fonunth sunday in this' ) puty J P. Munick ",t I, mtoutith at t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 November 1896

--- ----- THE FATAL SHEARS. A'KINLEY IS ELECTED Awful Tragedy In the Life of John Warwick CHAIRMAN JONES ADMITS MR There was a hard look in John War BRYAN'S DEFEAT uwick's eyes, but it was also a look of triumph, savs the Cleveland Leader He bent over his desk and worked Bryan, Aftei Receiving a messagee from steadily for an hour without saying a Jones, Sent a telegram of Consr.atulaword to any of his associates tion to MecKinlt Hanna in Now .n Finally one of the boys asked him New York 'what had happened 'Oh, it's only a little domestic flare Chicago 111, Nov 6-Chaliman up, ' he said, "but I guess it will turn Jones issued the following stitemint out all right" last night Upon being pressed to relate the ' The esult of the presidential elccnature of the trouble, Waiwtek said lon s apparently no longer n it 'My wife got a pair of bloomers last is e t loe o 'week, intending to go out to-day for a It has been one of the closest o-'I,,otc fifty-mile ride Now, I have always de llat the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 November 1896

.r *', i r\ R 1 CT I a C. TR 1 P Every fanmly could use a 1 \)l 1 IT I Ilfll T S 1 I . if a clean one could be foun The thousands of Texans who came from the South Atlantic States find much pleasure in reverting to the happy days of long ago when they weie children, and often they awake at night to recall thoeb scenes of yore which gave to life a charm, and which now come in later yeai as Xisions of joy There is a tender spot in every healt foi the old home, and the memoIles which cluster about the dear old spot are solaces in the weal y, weary struggle we make day by day to build in oui new Eldorado a home to which out children in future time will turn, as we turn now to the old place where our loved oneb in the evening of life await the final summons The Texas ,^ P ' ^~ tiar~t-ns have .ontrluted to the ...t y..r a Volume of H >The Vouths \ t onpd oni ~ hr nugCelerttig in 13^7 its se~ent-fibt b')tldax, ~~~/aW/|ifi' %T^ ^ '['i LoA'qIAlo' o1tf s its readers ci a n ' e,.t)i tjeV^o^...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 14 November 1896

I*1 - A.a -ACLE.SSa _q i f , ; I i i 1 t ' ilt L.:ys, Sils IA Uriors. Ageuib x RtDallas S a Dallas Stou,-i Laundry and Bye WorKs. ,_ DOUBLE_. t 7I Ti,,N S EACH WAY 0 YETR Il HE Houstion III evel) ft] i-' (LI It)' i 11,, [ tCl d .'idd t i Sill da -Lcllollol tit 10 O'( lock , I , k B1, ({ s lI pOl ,,t( Ol2deit A I' A. Ml cFinl. Lod,(l-e N I))n, 'I(l.t'ts hil ; idinlllht or el after Irhl tll Il fll mOOn oe l o(-lth IrionntI. , a 5xv 1 i, \V I\ 1 V NuItz, Secre,ly K of i' I(Ill-, Lorlde SNo '"Oo, e'1m3(s ( I ,I r ,i l:I llld Th'lils ax oiught of i,,I i muI itli .1 i' tell, C (', t C 'Spe(l, IC of 1 ~ ] O 0 F -l'e'.l lI,,.1i No i'h i fcci I tx 'tI L Iui ou) 1 1 M 't->el, Noble (rtiiLi V 'lulIZ, VILt (ilal.(J A A MtcL<Ci, ',1 ilit VW \V , No ',; , 1 C DIlal eln(;\ ,x, Prnio , h'li I, AMI e , i .Igl t tle C C, E 1 I dncsoaa H. A. Bucliana -' 0 co De itist velrris, r'A' . s,. * Offhce over Batel, tore Whs can think lied-A n iae of some simple Wanited-An Idea thing r patent? Protect yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 November 1896

VOL 4 NC 11 F.:RIIIS, ELLS COUMI, TAo' i )F t; ^ ' t,-;'.j wit h Ilw edne, Th m;instre' used to give a pretty, pat little telk to yomig menl on Oie kest method of of Ias , , , ];,,.. ,, "2 _ A 4 a. ,e t'li-0,Pt ,,fr' the engne Fe kI; g a gir. "Don't grab for it," ie'd say "iake your timc--'s rherc. ' Now, Mr. Goodleceuothi wbhie tit -'.-x (ar lit "-"''" l't oil -Li m To av i i dressr, doii'i you Lt ro away because nte L tirst giace among these $9 t5 soils ioees aiot reveal lie son of P G qb.s ~~ we o Mt Lashu stepe'. on the next tiacL allies you fed well dressed M. Ths s!it you seek is here. "Don' si we are always plad to show, partkaadrly since the c:it prce is an tShe suil we are selling Et Cieek, hi-. ilni bcearc entangled in TLe 'ugini -TIs ,i=1o ', 1:'k It $9.75, were $12.50, $15.00 ad up to $18.09 the shafting and v'a torn from hbis trck h Lasher's leg .nd threw bodN h11a tn St t Pilot from which 3Brains in Your Feet, M men's Overcoat . ~The P or. 'W , Pt h' io/~'e'.e ' ,f at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 November 1896

ERVIN * EZZELL, Po Jaeto s FERRtS, ----- TFXwS TEXAS NEWS ITEMS Several days ago, Col N L Waller, of Mexia, Limestone county, fell and broke for the third time a leg William Lyle, living in Houston, was shot in the leg a few days ago, making amputation necessary The Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone company has purchased the Waxahachie exchange, at Waxahachie. Pll 11.....infKNIFE AND REVOLVER A erlons Accident KNIFE AND REVOLVER Hillsboro, Te, Nov. 16-Sunday morning as John Hill and his sister, A WOMAN SHOT IN HER PARLOR Miss Etta, were returning from a visit AND A MAN STABBED. to a neighbor's near Whitney, their team became frightened and ran away In turning a corner of the lane Miss rf ere Were No Eye Witnesses to the Hill jumped flom the buggy and fell Tragedy, Though the Inmates of the on her head. She sustained serious Rouse Weie Quickly in the Roomn-The contusions and bruises, rendering her Mlan Will Recover unconscious The team ran into the fence across the lane and Mr Hil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 21 November 1896

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Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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