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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 30 July 1898

S}AY? ": 2e ;.,i4-8:3 7 i p< ^Il e S 'ssiivS11.,'7^'^ R*;Pv'": ^ Sa URDAY , July 2 3, 1898$. :: .:'~ANNOUNCEMENTS.::.-X.: V. .Democratic Nominees. -. :Fo r Jutdge of the 40th judicial d .':: o.-':: .f Texas, X, .:'. : -: -' J EJ DILLARD' g*/d> district F-or:Representative: A JLOYD District Clerk: cou: n WALTER'S KEMBLE County Clerk: A LASSWELL Tax Collector ::,: :' ;: , CROCKETT JENNINGS : 'For Sherift' : - - - GEO C SWEATT 'ax Assessor: - PETER SMITH County Treasurer: HARDY P MIZELL ' r0- : _ County Judge: J E LANCASTER County Attorney: ....: . . LEE f.HAWKINS ::..J.. County Superintendent: ---"" -; ' J M ALDERDICE %; 5.:7,<' Commissioner Precinct No 1: :a?; -? THOMIAS MARTIN Justice of the Peace Precinct No, 2: -A J SANDERS Constable Precinct No. 2: ft'" . :.: - ' ARCH BUSBY ======-: ' -._' :.' Populist Nominees. :?:-:; : ,, '-~.~ ... ' .'- ' -D ' - o . " : .. SPANISH honor spiked the guns and burned the light-houses' sur::!-: " rendered to General Shafter. It appears to ...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 30 July 1898

7 ra t irt, dtheh icut :in and her -dricd In a '" '' o, -:,The. Boup is boiled in I ttl r a il of holding 400 :e theater, is cast soQme a'rleyt.ogether with the shell t.hsis: a..Ittle salt is added, thgii'g.f -the meat-kind enters in'ln'C0--i.Son, The soup is dealt ' ; S:nia er /of ,mentwith dippers, :Ii/er iat his tirn receiving his t" 'a/_ t'Xty.. . Sometimes an ad,ttuas e.llow presents a larger vest[n::the regulations require, and t~tected in the effort to get more i\hls share is punished with -100 eson -his -naked back.-New York ; aiczema! Ihe Only Cure. fEzema is more than a skin disease, d no skin remedies can cure it. The Icetors are unable to effect a cure, and their mineral mixtures are damaging i themost'powerful constitution. The rhole .trouble is in the blood, and Iwiift's :Specific ' is the only remedv .hich can reach such deep-seated blood Eczema broke out on my daughter, and con.-:iued dto spread until r'head was entirely ' oe R^ed. She was treated y'- t*several good ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 30 July 1898

' .,i, ^ ' ;i-; . 'YY t2:'ast Trains-2 : ::. DAILY ::r ]F-St. Louis, 6Mi]a0o and the EAST. .. , ^ , , Superb New Pullman Vestibuled : ' Buffel: Sleepers. Handsome New Chair Cars. (Seats Free.) 'Only Line Runnlng Through Coach es and Sleepers to New Orleans WIthout Chn...... DIRECT LINE TO . Arizona, New Mexico ND California. 4. L. S. THORNE, E. P. TURNER, $ Third Vice-Pres't Genoral Pass'r and Gon'l Mgr., . and Uk;. Algt., DALLAS, TEXAS. ' -- - - --- ---- --*< t.1 id -n battle that I:ie /! free rn of'Q uba, ut a f "tfjci~ugh 'I will!retumr: lic Libugii:-d :man, I have my te::/ :ianlient with rfiie :and' itend- to :carry it through the war. Do n't ,forget to pray for me,. . Good bye, ; Lanca RUster STOAL.ms. Lancaster Items. , From the Herald. Dirt was broken this week - Owens-bricks and the work o ing brick will be pushed to ish. - " * Mr. Hardin, living on t Keller farm, was in town e ing,some white corn Mondai ears weighing five pound; I also had a garden beet ab( . teen inches...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 August 1898

a Vr^ VOL. 5. NO 48. ;O L. ;y __ ~ ... : ' .% FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEX IDAY, AUGUST 6, 1898. $1.00 PER ANNUM _~~~~~$.0PRAN3 Long Branch. ::?; ~: A Long Branch, Tex., Aug.-2.-The young people of this neighborhood ;! have had quite a 'lively "time for ., ; the past week. There has beei'-'an entertainment of some description :' most every evening. :'7 - Mr. J. W. Summers and family, 'of Rusk, and Charley Newton, of Tyler, have been for the past week, the guest' of S. C. Williams and f imilvy. '; X 0 Misses Belle Pratt and Alma Orr of Ferris were pleasant visitors at "N. R. Parchman's last week. Mrs. R. H. Neely, has been quite sick for several days, but we acre glad to know she is improving. Ike Henley and family are '-^ , spending this week at R. H. Neely's. Emett Elliott and wife, formly .of Bear creek, but now of Mount ain creek, spent Saturday and Sunday with parents. Misses Ethyl /K. and Annie Dunbar, of Prospe:/, are the guests of :.. r Miss-Ada Pac ;i, : . . . .....v M iS b .'-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 August 1898

i s Oae 5'k e ;':~ :~:< m:.'i-e.:~ ~~ :~e af cded'f .tlei~^ ' ts . h' av tet " ; -.?': :.'~'.- I d arlg.:oen. i'Kng tll he' : ' d. .'.:: F zon~a,.. a n-a' ' X 4I' 'r" t 'h are .:'-i:': : . .e .oy s asser there ~ ;:::." Ra: '. **a speceie:$a.sshopper at Mfam!, i:, ' A '<:;"" X..'F2ial, as iar'e a. spring chickens. ' :':: '-. : / . fi/ast pay day,.at Miami, Fla., Major :i' ^ ' "^: atSiith .and Tyler, paymasters in the -:": - : 'u: nite4 ^States army, disbursed $260,. l0g. l at ,". The steamer.,'hilidelphia is the first Regular mail, passenger and freight steamer to arrive at Santiago since the surrender. Capts. Clark of the Oregon and Evans ...of the Iowa have reported as to what .t their ships figured in during the sinking -of Cervera's fleet. :' , Capt. Charles Dodge of the twenty%:y ~ -i-> fourth United States regular infantry died at Santiago. He was stationed in '.- /'..'.-*. Texas for several years. j ,:- Father Kerwin, chaplain of Riche's mmunes, asserts that only a fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 August 1898

fi4$. E M'U"'i1' .. . 1.ed _. /r X:s , 'riS 'Resolve&, -- , dorse in every paittielar , the platform O AT-C CONVEN~T, - adopted by the national Democratic '; ;< -X - i .. convention at Chicago in 1896, but we .~: 1e as' W Done'the Seco.ud Day of A especially commend and approve the 1 uie Nature---Numbe~r of 'Speeches declarations in favor of an income,tax; --e.overd, Prineipa^'R115ni, essayer. against the power of batks to issue .l J.,Iila'f orn ' ^money; for a tariff for revenue that a ---will operate without discrimination ltalveston, Tex., Aug. 4.-The wig- against classes or sections, and for the ~,Ya$m was packed and jammed at an free and unlimited coinage of gold and early hour yesterday forenoon, and silver at the ratio of 16 to 1, with full the convention was called to order at legal tender qualities and without refpretty nearly scheduled hour, 10 erence to the action of other govern*-elok. ments. e majority report of -the creden- 2. We denounce the Republican party at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 6 August 1898

I i- i Ii W'd :itot* ! - , ; i . - , m, _ _ " _ F i - - - - *a C. , - . - , - - ; , - . ; -,, .- i 0 - I ; . 11 .1 I . I I I : , I I I I I , . : I I I : 1 1 .1 Elsewhere 'in this issue appears the dispatch sent from Dallas to the St. Louis Globe-Democrat regarding the Hayden-Cranfill case in, the 44th Judicial -district court of Dallas county, or rather the order made by Judge Gray. Dr. Hayden considering the language of the dispatch libelous has -sued the Globe-Democrat for $50,000. -Dallas Democrat. PEACE, negotiations -are still go uross steamer ot the btate Of~le^ as was the first .Vessel to. -ep( l harbor of Santiagoafe uli^ render od the city. Ltiutmt6l^ Hall1 of Texais Was 'the*6int'll,5^ ber of our '--rmy- of Invasi<<1 Tuesday, Aug.t eleEty nominate ,a demcafi cAndidatfe fr om this district for 'the stat senate. Ringworm, Tetter, pItching- Nelst f^Itcf, Eczema cured quickly, and effectually w',itha Hunt'e Cure. Mopey Vp&^^td^ me A d`wN-~o^ .e.^~iuld, wokoe^- a'rrng...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 August 1898

I &: I L,. 5, NO 49. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1898. 2 : ' Tribute to Women. ! ,- A pretty woman is one of the -:. institutions of Texas-an angel :i 'i dry goods-and glory. ' She makes sunshine, blue skies and happiness wherever she goes. !: , .' Her path is one of roses, per>> fime and beauty. .. She is a sweet poem, writtenffili choice calicoes and good princrl. pies. Man stands up before her life s,3 many admiration points. Ier words float around the ear ' like sweet music, birds of. paradise or the sweet cadence of Sabbath bells. WVithout her, society would lose, its only attraction, the church "its finest reliance and young men their best associates. '>---Her influence and generosity restrain the vicious, cheer the lonhmely and strengthen the faint 2 hearted. Without her influence man be.conmes wicked and depraved; with it he is made better, purer, nobler. C611'ection for Rapt. P. Philips. Next Sunday \to-morrow) has been set apartas the day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 August 1898

2-Fast Trains-2:; , i : 'DAILY ' ! Fr;' t . Lou"l, S61 o and the EASt, Superb New Pulnman Vestibuled Buffet Sleepers. Handsome Now Chair Cars. (Seats Freeo) Only Line Running Through Coach es and Sleepers to New Orleans Without Change.... DIRECT LINF TO Arizona, New Mxilco AND California. . lS. THORNE, E. P. TURNER, ' Third Viee-Pres't General Pass'r and G"n'1 Mgr., aud Tkrt. Agt., , DALLAS, T=XAS. . *- ---5+_ ---_+ *---*^*^ UTZ & CASSIDY.... _< : . :0 tIce & Water Works !-i Your patronage solicited. ' GOOD NEWSPAPERS s, - * . 0..At aVex-y UIowPri4e. ^^e * ' ': The Semi-Weekly News (Galv ston or Dallas) is published Tuesdays .and - Fridays. Each issue consists of eitht -d? -.-' - pages. There are special departments fr the farmers. there ladies and t.he o h 's ' and girls, besides a world of genera I news matter, illustrated articles, etc. We offer The Semi-Weekly News and THE FERRIS WHEEL > for 12 months for the low clubbing price of $1.75 cash. This.gives you three p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 August 1898

ii^ s eni ~rectall 4i per' A ,r Heat a mem' company -;y-.I;, second . Texas infantry, died at Mi'":al Fla., do typhoid fever, and was - bui :ied there.: He lived sat McKlnnuey l hi<l. Luthlier R. Hareaws,ftU=nedt< i ort Sam Houston from north Texas, , 4jiasi been f. some time buy-, ;'horses. for the ust of his regiment. '. cretary-,Alger. said that in acdord'IB, Vr:with the recommendation onf ,Slur-4 z^: Ger * <Ial Sternberg he had decid-I 4 u'pon the abandonment of the camp i we ':Fals Church, Va. . h- sade whc-wr rcnl s %o; he saddles which were recently iss' ied at Fort Sam Houston have been conidemned on account of being too r'teen for service, and. vill be replaced blynewer and better ones. A nan procured a newspaper twen: tyo days old at Dawson, -in the , 91ondlke country, hired a hall and charged $3 admission to hear read the Xvir news. He realized $1400. . 'he report that- the Isle of. Pines is furnished food supplies to CQuba is denied. The island itself was denude...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 August 1898

'; : 'f .. .: ...-.....:.. 7 u P - . ^.''^OCa~ana Captured. i i ' It o , i^te^^Aug.g.-8 e first news ;$Vteht came to the war department lom Gen..: miles, as follows: 0 . / ' ?Pon ce. Aug. 6.-Gen. Brooke, reports !13ini's -brigade, fourth Ohio and third /in[tons, captured Guayama yesterday, -jight Dskirmish with the enemy in- and t town; enemy's strength estiF. eaitd at about 500; not ascertained if rfoy' of them 'regulars; resistance not A^ tr ong. Private John 0. Cordner <wounded below the knee, C. W. Riffee, .Sboth legs below thigh, T. W. Wolcott, Aight foot; none seriously, all fourth *'Olhio. "One Spaniard killed two wounded x so far as known. MILES. C- ._ _ __-- _ _ __ __-_ AdJ ?; 0Philippine Commission. 4J ' ,Washington, Aug. 8.-It is learned -: -on excellent authority that the presid, ent- proposes to appoint a bpard of in,quiry, and will have for its purpose - : ;the learning of everything concerning t- the Philippines from the social, fiscal and political standpoints. - ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 August 1898

^^T &'he^ ee^aiturday ',and eiiterle"4ui~esoc at Ferrns, Texas,as p14s ^afl matt~er. ';' ; .: ',::L ' e ' l .:i :? .-: '^~.''Qis;r c per liue and displav' ads -/7,'.: !pr.er inch per insertion. Liberal ' ts :- :nds , for;s : large space or long time. :'-x ,: . : ": ''".' & 'TO C' Time Table, : No rth bQund. I South bound. :..: o. 1-:s35 p m io. . -10:30 a m ?;'- 3-7:26 a m J "4-8:37 p m :"'- 15-10:30 " t 16-5:05 " - , FRANK EZZELL, Editor. ' 0 ., . SATURDAY, Aug. 13, 1888. r.e:. ^ ANNOUNCEMENTS. Democratic Nominees.: For Judge of the 40th judicial district of Texas, J E DILLARD For Representative: A J LOYD DTstrict Clerk: WAI.r.R S KEMBLE County Clerk: A L.ASSWELI. Tax Collector: CROCKET?, JiEN.NINGs For Sheritt: GEO C SWEATT Tax Assessor: PETER SMITH 7 -': s' ' '$." "k-/ "I-" County Treasurer: HARDY P MIZELL County Judge: . J E LANCASTER County Attorney: LEE HAWKINS County Superintendent: J M ALDERDICE Commissioner Precinct No 1: THOAs MAIRTIN. .Tlustice 9Qf the Peace Pre.i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 August 1898

adf ' .keen', " An* ',. A(r?:,':...:, t. :' .ew da Batcher visited M bireen near Lancaster ti : : Geo Patterson for me! ', chops, corn "and rush iss, his al, lied 'i)s.: G. X. Turner and littl' on, 'lyde, of Ennis came in' uesd.y on a visit to Triends. , '::wiSee Frank Ezzell for fire insur: '::nce in the best companies. .. >.. ^:~: ~- Dawson's is the place to have :r your Photos made. I have an :-:' elegant skylight just completed. :^': Everything up-to-date. Dawsoni : -for photographs, Waxahachie. I .': ~';: Why remain sick? If troubled i:"!':" < with Scrofula, Scrofulous Humor, ': oils, Humors on the face, Catarrh, Sc., we ask that you give Dr. Simmiohs' Sarsaparilla a trial, Fifty c nts and 50 doses. For sale by W. 4. Baird and Crum & Swinny. :Miss Daisy Blakney returned . .. home Thues'day evening from a ::: . -pleasant visit to Corsicana. She was accompanied by her cousin, -,x. X Miss Annie Brown, who' will 'spend several days visiting. Call on J. F. Rtusifor duck to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 August 1898

c pole, has p pewi a :.-.--:":aa, b-~ '.ins,~ tlfort l. t; .y'/:a . ,f.alt.at or other ::L f: r'ofmural .deeoratlon One of th ' ".6' -',,'orld. by th ,celebratedarti4, Muvllh Si;:< ,:::,a t a sri "sd ,ur adsome' percelal: :. :;:>::' .i:':- .a'm'eilaqiues. 'Not for years ha any :: t h ..-".'. $t % as handsome In' this line been i:::... :'.aen. The subjects represented by ~'- : . these- plaques are American Wil Ducki Y/Amierican Pheasant, America .-. - . -0.Quail and English Snipe. They ar handsome paintings and are especlall ,-' " designed for hanging on dining-rooi > - waTlsli6ug;'their richness and beaut: entitles them to a place in, the p oarlo of any home. These original plaque have been purchased at a cost of $50, 000 by J. C. Hubinger Bros. Co., man -ufacturers of the celebrated Elastic Starch, and in order to enable their numerous customers to become posses ;sors of these handsome works of ar they have had them reproduced by 'special process in all the rich color and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 August 1898

' 7' 4 p I; TO MR_-PLg M i t *-rom3 Mrs. Walter E. Budd, ofPat1rs ' ',: oW .o.. *o w .o. i > . Mrs.],BUDD, in the following letter, ~'?<? : tells a familiar story of Wveakness and 2t;[8jsuffAering, and thanks Mrs. Pinkham l .H*i :Tor complete relief: ^: ;i i *" DEAB MRs. PINKHAM:-I think it is ei~ ' ( my duty to write -.: ' ' - [- ~ ^\to you and tellyou w.hat Lydia i ( ', '- / ~ ,%"~ E. Pinkham's Vegetable El-'. i .' D ~ , 6 ..,' Compound I^ i*-. \ \ vAt has done for g<;1% : Ji/^%.l me. I feel like .:?, ,- I- !! /I I J another woman. %?:.?) X: l~/ S Ihadsuch dread~i:u ' ^__ill: v \ ful headaches :-?~i''. ~,~ Ifthrough my jf Ra \ 6A'0 temples and ' on top of my 1I t '71// Ad !i? ,head, that I -i [If/I ' W V nearly went .-/ \\l11 w \ crazy;wasalso '"! 1 .7 ! S \ troubled with { l ,ff IIl chills,wasvery ! i weak; my left side from my shoulders to my waist pained me terribly. I could not sleep for the pain. Plasters would help for a while, but as soon as taken off, the pain Qou...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 August 1898

b.ia-'4 A a.l n ',.ds of : ; ..s1s.'yop sr ':"tfide,' ^ Office and Shop n:iearM, ;K . & T I Depoot, .XA :HACHIE, - - - - TEXAS:. 4IIPDRTANT 9ATEWAY4 i2-Fast Trains-2 DAILY : for St. Louis, MtbaUop ; and the EAST. - Superb Now Pullman Vstibu ed Buffet Sleepern. Hlandom ^. New Chair Cars. (Sats' Preo.); Only Lino Runnin. Through Coach e and Sleepers to Neow Orleans Without Change.... , DIRECT LINE TO -: . Arizona, New Mexico ""D CaliFornia. L S. lTHLORNE, E. P. TURNER, ThleI Tice-Pres't Genesi Pass'r and Gen'l lMr., and Tkt. Agt., DALLAS, TEXAS. MUTZ & CASSIDY.... Proprietors tb:' .A GINW T - Ice & Water Works Your patronage solicited. GOOD NEWSPAPERS At a Very .LowPrice. The Semi-Weekly News (Galveston or Dallas)' is published Tuesdays and Fridays. Each issue consists of eight pages. There are special departments for the farmers, the ladies and the boys and girls, besides a world of general news matter, illustrated articles, etc. We offer The Semi-Weekly News and THE FERR...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 13 August 1898

ens As said by sobn lowyt^n '.^'*'^man's. i ".f : ' E;; PAXTON, - s Gold Product of 1898. rth a3ota, writes about. Africa, the 'Klondike g:'le;o;regain health after the '. i.ia gold.is being shipped in itie' giir ~: J quantities. This year's output :'iC(s-7t/!AB'E Mis. PisHOAM:-It is with will nearly double that of any previous 4lr ntaure that I add my testimony to twelve months. The sale of Hostet;:3?r list, hoping that it may induce ter's Stomach Bitters are also increasIfeOtrh rato avail themselves of your val- ing very, fast. This famous remedy Maa!:lle medicine. will cure dyspepsia, indigestion, con7',: .?'After the birth of my little girl, stipation, nervousness and weakness. j Dihe years ago, my health was very , Cut the amount of money you ex^ p'::oor. I had leucorrhea badly, and a ut the amount ofmoney you e rrible bearing-down pain whichpect to inherit square in two. te~rrible bearing-down pain which ': , gradually grew worse, until I could do For a perfect complexion and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 August 1898

fl y FERRIS, ELLIS C( ,TURDA A GUST 20, i8. 1. ' . -1 - ' _ 7 _; finish. Few naval au- the writer 1h: iaore painful imagine, will dispute ,than the altt:m ' 'prtioan of, the press and of: g :Kt1tob Sampioted also, by compar- son of his " :i. :ainfully won of Admiral Sampson,, 'dues. Durin: ' ihs:h hours of nu of the ships,. July 2-3, wh:n" ' is strong reaCook, corn- son to believe ti 'Crvera despite Commodore the full moon, wi ed to come out, the United the command f with the fought in whole of his forciny: close to the ht, estab- harbor's mouth, s 'he Spanish at' is in this tempt was deferr,['till day, when it eie -atter, might.,be supposeafrom their usual wo fast- practice, that thaqbesieging vessels York, would be more di:,ant, and :perhaps ie the off. their guard. ' r' emy, At 4 a. m., wlie day began to 'nely break, the Massachusetts, commandlips ed by one of the r'st spirited offiit cers in the service, silently withdrew, -e to coal at Guantanaimo, forty miles way. Half an-hour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 August 1898

'llB 't^ s voluneer (immunes),, Ii fr & S~ v a n n a h, G a., 9 11 tjh e R io :: :N'w..c'/sb:<{f::'al and Corporal - ' . vj:. .fpf Qklahia City, Ok., beti of -it4n+ere wounded at El Ca:,-'-v: 'e.:lia arrived home on furloughs. '-'ews hoiasreaehe~ GO thrie, Ok., that ,t.':s : "B I Huston, captain of 'the' j ot' ao tropsof 'rough riders, has eeH; promoted to major for'gallant " : )'' - 4n fitU:t at $Santiago. p'-' retary Alger says when the men ei:: ':' ho come from infected Cuban points c l1' - hive leen in camp -long enough to pre::-:':: 'vent danger, they will be given furfloughs on application. ":-' i: :-is Gen. Young, who recently returned ': 'f 7 "Iropn Santiago, where he was stricken ? i' ,wlth' climatic fever,-has been ordered :'~ :1 'to take command of the camp established'at Montauk Point, L. L :-: , :..Four hundred pounds of cake and ,;~?f. other delicacies have been sent the !ii' l wt~wv companies of Dallas volunteers at ?'''' ? - Jaccksdnville, Fla., by the ladies ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 20 August 1898

Antedthirty rotocol, lan re.ecute des and Spain ,.re. than five ite and coanThe eommisXari,'Bet later t'e protocol Wed and nobe given as, ' 5yornment ,y and It statement as prepared y Secretary 9tocol was for Secreen. Corbin. -s to. cease; nt to Gens. . Admirals ilitary comtifled' -In accord. issued byhastiliti.es - v to. tht ordinary, the regovernmet i-or-fPe In;#d id the government of Spain, .ed States and Spain' have foragreed upon the terms upon negotiations for thetestabfishof peace between the two .counshall be under taken; and, sereas, it is in said protocol agreed , upon its conclusion and signature stilities between the two countries all be suspended, and that notice to. .at effect shall be given as soon as ibssible by each government to the commanders of its military and naval forces.* NOw, therefore, I, Wm. McKinley, president of the 'United States, do in accordance with stipulation of said protocol,- declare and proclaim on the part of the United States a suspension of h...

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