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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 October 1898

. I S ' Ww^S^^ )3tZZFLL, Proprietor. .">-:'f':.'^ ;^ TEXAS. -. -.- I.. .;Et CONDOENSED. , of;,, * " ^ ',., ? ^_:,;;: i,;.: :. ' cKlnnei As to have waterworks. 'H.' F. iDuBs.on, county' judge of -Na<?ogdcches c unty, is dead. .. An Irona Mountain railway shed at Texarkana, valued at $1100, burned. By herp lething catching fire, Miss 'vYa Carrl,: aged;16 years, was fatally burned at Tyler. T h.rrin'g th'e month of September there 'were twenty births at Temple aind three deaths. i The Port Arthur Fruit company, cap:,: - :' Ital stock. $50,000, has filed its charter ';' ' ^. . . .....t Austin. '^^- ' /-, Australian Jimmie Ryan and Kid F.:-' '. 3 - ^3canlan fought ten rounds with no reit" sultefore Galveston Athletic club. - , hundreds of Mexicans are picking ottn 'illn Brazoes and adjacent counties. '-,; : D A heavy frost fell at Sunset on the m lgt I of the 13th. At Sherman Joseph Gephus, aged 60 years, was run down by a scorcher on a bicycle and badly injured about the arightt g...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 October 1898

. - :. = [W=Y fIND THE INSURGENTS. It is Said a ;Naval Batli Was Waufl, iut Noth Reported Engagement. London, Oct. 20.-A corresponden 'says: Capt. Aunon, the minister of marine has received a dispatch from Manill announcing a naval engagement be tween the Americans and the rebels in consequence of Admiral Dewey for bidding the latter to fly the rebel flat from their ships. The dispatch adds that there were losses on both sides, but that the Amer leans captured the rebel ships. The scene of fithe engagement is not stat ed, but it is supposed to have been Manila bay. The Spanish cabinet has decided tc forward to the Spanish peace commis sioners at Paris an official dispatch re ceived from Manila reporting na engagement between the American an( insurgent warships, growing out of the refusal of Admiral Dewey to allow thi insurgents to fly their flag from thei: ships. The dispatch says that Admira Dewey, having forbidden the Tagaloe to hoist the Philippine flag upon their vessels, a seri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 October 1898

'5 . -:: X :. s ~+ ~h ' ; : - ';. :;' 'i^ ^ *- .: : \ < HK^^'.'^~~~ ll'^^M~~~~~ .4-" ^*( :.., ** ^ -* --* *, * * 4 .te '.';.'.::':1' 4 ^ '.,; - - -* *' ****- - 4 KM^'-4 Notice. N*fS& i0vlH 0 Now that the cotton season is on, I wish to say to: my many customers who I have been carrying through the year, that I am very much in need of money. And I shall now expect them to come to my assistance. Bring your [ cotton to me, and show your appreciation of the accommo W. W, BATCHLER. dation I have extended to yoa. P. S. No '6od$sharge will be sold at starvation prices. $ I.oo A Year. -Published every Saturday and entered at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as second-class mail matter. AD VERTISI.NG RAT'IS. Locals 5c per line and display ads 12Xc per inch per insertion. Liberal cuts on ads for large space or long time. H & T C Time Table. North bound. I South bound. -o. 1-5:35 p m INo. 2-10:30 a m ,'"", 3-7:26 am 4-8:37 p m " 15-10:30 " j " 16-5:05 " FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 October 1898

XL. - ~- - me zf 2 IT Ad" - Xi al I0 X v I ' I_: . ' ' _ . r_ - I I I I. _ _I - ' ; ' __ _ _ _ _ _ _ : I II_ E _ . e '.- a L' '"... E., LOCAL NEWS. Tax collector. Crockett -Jennings will be in- Ferris to collect taxes on the 27 inst. See Frank Ezzell for fire insutrance in the best companies: Get price on LEATHER "'GOODS of Hlepler before buying. Buy your meat, lard, potatoes 'onions, etc., at Rush's. He ha: 'a fresh and. full supply. Mrs. E. P. House arrived fron Mississippi Tuesday on a visit t( 'relatives. Short orders at Smith's luncd 'counter. Fish, oysters and gam, 'in season. The patronage of th, 'public solicited. Dawson's is the place to hav your Photos made. I have a elegant skylight just complete Everything up-to-date. Dawso for photographs, Waxahachie. I have added to my stock a fuline of granite iron ware at th lowest prices, also dishes an, glassware. 'C1ll and examine,' and get prices. Hardware Stor, at the postoffice. Cheatham's Tasteless Chill Toni' cures the Chills...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 October 1898

Kii^*S "''e,, eePl-^M SS^e*1wt!8<'5*'i5. .lti- a i \ ." < * -.,;,' ,,1' ' ,. .- . , . :. ' - .* .* i / l ' ' ' . * E * . " * , ! * 'X ' - m *_a4.t:;<^*\<^:;,i,; t=~~~~~ :,, s : -> . W : ; \: :4 ;-,f 6Ski -Jk id~itX t-*j,4, Y%,.1 : Xm' mal ay consist f only two rIoo -*teems,;- .kt it is the, spot where love ' a:abide's.' VShat 'more is necessary ? :-' - .a u ds and rings form. papIa. ' :...ul. C ntist. ' e~~ ft V If it was only health, we might let it cling. But it is a cough. One cold no sooner passes off before another comes. But it's the same old cough all the time. - And it's the same' old story, too. There is first the 'cold, then the cough, then pneumonia or consumption with the long sickness, and life trembling in the balance. loosens the grasp of your cough. The congestion of the throat : ,. id; lungs Is removed; all i n:/5; kfl fiammaton, is subdued; the t i.' :.{~'":C ts are put perfectly at rest - ':~ Tt:~,3'sit :ti' cough drops away. It ::;:.:i'..o ':.ad'ea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 October 1898

. f lag Hoisted.' San Juan de Porto Rico, Oct. 19.Promptly at noon yesterday the;American flag was raised over San Juan. The ceremony was quiet and dignified, unmarred by disorder of any kind. The eleventh regular infantry, with two batteries of the fifth artillery, landed yesterday morning. The latter proceeded to the forts, while the infantry lined up on the docks. It was a holiday for San Juan, and there were iniral Schleyand Geun. Gordon,accompamiral Schley and en. Gordon, accompanied by their staffs, proceeded to the palace in carriages. The eleventh infantry regiment and band, with troop H of the sixth United States cavalry, then marched through the streets and formed in the square opposite the palace. At 11:40 Gen. Brooke, Rear Admiral Schley and Gen. Brooke, the United States evacuation commissioners, came out of the palace, with many naval officers, and formed on the right side of the square. The streets behind the soldiers were thronged with townspeople, who stood waiting ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 22 October 1898

.,.,The :Howring sna6crlbers have our a:!k!-/' fr -f tfr, d.ynciang their dates on *'.Fb.ooki :, os;03 below. This. tist -<a. b.e lli'ped find 'preserved as a re:;: i 'tit4 responds 'with the dates ng:*.i't6dK. "k*Any omissions or errors CAtb :'wh4iqh our attention is called will be ladyy -'orrected. The list for the -WAe, stands: . CiO/B'yrum, Ferris, April, 27-99 R, L.. Green " Feb. 24-99 0.C . Kilburne " Nov. 24-99 A. AV,. Rice " Feb. 8 99 J. N. Orr " Feb '10-99 1. J. Jones " July 11-99. W.! S. McCarson" July I1-98. .B. McCarson." Jap. 1-99 W. M. Weatherftrd,, Et. clark, April, t5-99. . 4 Y Wiicher, Hou#toa, April 22-99 P. F. Thompson, Waxahachie, Dec. 34-98 1i. J. A. Jones Ferpa, Aug. 3-99 ,. ,J. SGrissom, Ferrtis;, une 1-99- " } G.,,IWaddell, Ferris, Jan. 1-99 . L. GOiffin, India, Feb. 12-99 " I P Mitchell, Cheneyville, La., Jan 22-99 Why remain sick? If troubled with Scrofula, Scrofulous Humor oilsl, Humors on the face, Catarrh etc., we ask that you give Dr Simmons, Sarsapa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 October 1898

VOL. 6. NO 8. FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, Oct 29, 1898. . CLOS NJ OUT SALE! ;'*'-"::".. . '....-I Having Decided to close out my business S:'-.'t:;:, \'ya: in Lancaster, I now offer for sale : 7'~i ' - 0My Entire Stock of' I Hardware, Furniture, Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, Sewing Machines, Stoves, Glass and l 'Queensware, Tinware, Guns, Amunition, Sporting '- I Goods, Table and Pocket Cutlery. f ~' :w ~/ MY Stock is Large and well selected having purchased in perso6in ]VI g ATI the largest markets of the east, thus being able to secure..a V . -: 32 Bargain a line of goods especially calculated to suit this locality. : ! The Entire Stock will be Sold-- . " SNOTHING RESERVED. -e:X: - I WJir is your opportunity to purchase at prices in keeping with -z; - A ^VO.V the times. Come and examine the goods and get prices and yu will be Convinced that I mean business. -b m. aS .i Ld. Randlett, Lancaster, Texas, . (.^^I^^ ^W^ 'W ^ _%W Additional Locals. I Violin and guitar strin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 October 1898

_Propre . : - .': : ; : TEXAS. - MlitITAY MATTEfS. ~ The Missour. Maine and Ohio are . "to be equipped with guns of new de* sign. - Surgeon General Sternberg says typhoid fever is raging in the camp at Jacksonville, Fla. Gen. Henry is to be made a brigadier general in the regular army, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the retirement of Gen. Coppinger. Lieut. Jim Smith of the governor's guard says the majority of the First Texas undoubtedly desire to be mustered out. A few days ago an Ameircan book -store at Havana was ransacked and its proprietors were arrested and fined for selling Cuban newspapers. Private Lee Caven, company E, Second Texas, died at St. Paul' sanitarium, Dallas, of peritonitis, superinduced by appendicitis. Lieut. H. T. Scott, company G, Third North Carolina regiment, Is dead as the result of a pistol wound, presumably an accident, at Camp Poland, Tenn. Gen. Wheeler issued an order directing Brig. Gen. B. H. Hall to organize the first division of the fourth army ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 October 1898

ar, Oct. 24.-A : n. i -. 4- T, . where is no foundaf $d ( it ge So .. .u- ~ E..,rega: g t. e .;r ai Thrp une .Am o ^lw f ever.. ton between France and Great Brit- were reported at Franklin, La., on the aOn. It i. equaiy incorrect to say that ' '2nd. etraordinary measures have been~tak- Robert Sherrot and wife ate toad i - ' h .een at any of our naval ports." , -The Fashoda yellow book is volumi1 nous, but it does not include Maj. Marchand's report, which will be pub"t ; fUlished later.. 'The dispatches were largely anticipated 'by the English Fa.shoda blue book. :~.4 - ' The diplomatic conversation recorded show a curious endeavor on the French ;:i ~/ side to represent Maj. Marchand's misl --ion was ,quite as important as Gen. Kitchener's, on the ground that the : .t^- :'struggle was against the khalifa and barbarismm. '; l: 0 On Sept. 18 M. Delcasse, the foreign ' minister, informed the British ambas'saddr to France, Sir Edmund Monson, in explicit language that France did not regar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 October 1898

Auction Sale of Stock. On Tuesday, Dec. 6th, 1898, 1 will proceed to sell to the highest bidder oa twelve months' time, One Stallion, known as Major Somers. He is the best all-round Hamr ess and Saddle Stallion in this section of country. He has several colts that have a record of 2:20 in harness. One Fine Black Jack, 9 years old, 15 hands high, that can show as Fine colts as any jack in the country. Two Extra Fine . I 'I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~, Jacks, 2 years old, well bred and fine size. 'One t-yieafold Jack and, oneJack colt. Eight head of Jennets, about twenty fine mules and about twenty head of horses, consisting of Mares, Colts and Geldings-In fact all the surplus stock that I may have on hand at that time. This sale will take place at my farm 2 1-2 miles west of Fer ris, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. All sales must be settled by note, with good security, notes bearing interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from date, until paid. A liberal reduction will be made to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 October 1898

C-Icott0u piekars ere much scarc: er ttlianii :e'cotton : - '^;: ' ": / Some one who prefers cau pay his subscription -to Tmn WHnIL ! with a load of split stove wood. Mr and Mrs. Perry of Bristol visited their friends, Misses Murphyb Long and Mae Case, here Sunday. J. H. Smith of India paid this office a business call Satu rday. Every member of Ferris lodge. K of P, ia requested to be or haid at 7 30 next Thursday night Eld. Randolph Clark preaches at the Christian church to-mor. row (Sunday)'. Mrs. Johnson, of Corsicana wife of Lieut. Johnson. of th. second Texas volunteer regiment spent Monday here with her sis ter, Miss Zora Shropshire. Willie Wells of Plano spen Saturday and Sunday last here the guest of his sister, Mrs. W E. McKnight. Get price on LEATHER GOODS of Hepler before buying Dawson's is the place to have your Photos made. I have al; elegant skylight just completed. Everything up-to-date. Dawson for photographs, Waxahachie. I have added to my stock a full / 'line of gr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 October 1898

,e -'* * "e t AX man's iauh. k. 'A feminine laugh has to-be decora\.7 thive, d andso should be the laugh of -,cath a e c hardly be question as to .the sweetest laugh t4 be heard among nations of women-'it is surely the Frenchwoman's. ihe has the softest warble of all. If doves were not so serious they might remind us of Parisian women laughing together. The Italian laugh is happy enough, but it is not quite so independent of the subject of laughter; it has a jollity all its own. It is somewhat uncivilized, but needs no civiliiAng. But its principal characteristics is the contralto tone proper to the woman who is to the last somewhat of a peasant. The laughter of Englishwomen is too various for any brief description. For Englishwomen laugh, not according to their race, but according to their caste, as caste has lately been revised and redistributed. It may be said that in caste also the treble note, the ready, the immediate, Mits up to its own place-the top-and is audible there, for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 October 1898

:', :: l>Ile Tex., . eWest y exas faMr and rM pp d-y 'lay morning under vy fav6rable-circ /umstances. The weather fine, the interest good and .?epaations thoriough. ,Yesterda .was a busy day at the fair grounds, the workmen were putting the finishing touohes on some : f thesmaller buildings and some specidal exhibit buildings were being erected and the exhibitors were busy ar: ranging things to their taste. The ladies-were decorating their hall and arranging art display and other portions of their part of the fair. Yesterday was the day for the street parade or' trades display, the plowmen's contest, shows of cattle, horses, sheep and hogs, the great roping by boys. At night a grand concert under the management of Mrs. J. G. Lowdon was had. It was also Press day, and representatives of the press reported to the office of the secretary and received complimentary tickets and badges that admitted them to the grounds and gave them the freedom of the city. Modiftod Order. Austin, Tex....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 29 October 1898

i : 'm Ts HIerald. . _- ........ f - lj' teports be true the bulk of .' : tto in this section has been - ... .: ': .i'keted. ..: "h'Cs better to be born lucky than : . N. B, Johnson wou the $100 ,g ;y last Monday. :Those who attended the lecture of naer T. Wilson at the college last day night say it was fine. From Far Away Alaska. n the Lancaster Harald. ':nyon City, Alaslta, Oct. 2, 1898. . William Winniford. ifIND OLD FRIEND:-I will write " a letter and tell you about some the things I have seen in this untry, I have seen the ground ,'irrel-you used to, make pot pies ihem-I have seen the moose, the antain sheep, the salmon fish. ey are here by the tens of thousis. Dog salmons cover the banks the streams where they have come and died. There are several canies in this part of the country. I ' the salmon trout better than any them. There are hundreds of m in the creek about one. hundred ds from our door. My partner gone to hook some for dinner. .1 going to salt a keg down for ter use...

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

FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOV.5, 1898. ____________________________________________________________________ _ __ _ _- _ ____ ,I n TrCLOSING OUT GSA LE! I00 t 1 ^ gHaving Decided to close out my business 00: &sYiiA in Lancaster5 I now offer for Sale My Entire Stock of' -O , iH Hardware9 Furniture, Mattings, Linoleums . Oil Cloths, Sewing Machines, Stoves, Glass and Queensware, Tinware, Guns, Amunition, Sporting Goods, Table and Pocket Cutlery. M y Mv Stock is Large and well selected having purchased in person ii IVI I X the largest markets of the east, thus being able to secure at l ?. :~:'AIt:'argai.N a: ibn of goods especially calculated to suit this locality.. ; & - L NOTHING RE5ERVED. ` g X N OWT is your opportunity to purchase at prices in keeping with N v the times. Come and examine the goods and get prices - d and you will be Convinced that I mean business. :h . . S. L. Fa.nd.1lett, Lancaster, Texas, *: --;: We've Troubles Too. Commission first named Dec. ...

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

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

ASCElNDEDTIRE HOllY MOUNT 0 .... . ,.. ... . ...E . . Is.. ., i. I,.:~~~~~~~~ ~ t : . . :0~~~~: '-'mper-ra:i Empes of Geran :"rt Emperor, aid Empress of Germany Partici... ;pate in the Consecration Ceremonies -of Church of the Redeemer. ~'< 1.; ' ~Solemn Occasion. ii::-. :*Jerusalem, Nov. 2.-Emperor Wil H:i X : H'liam proceeded to Mount Zion, where occurred the ceremony of hoisting the German and Turkish flags aon a piece a,:.. ;of .ground which, according to tradi .tion, was formerly occupied by the A './0 abode of the Virgin Mary and whici 'the sultan presented to the Gernman emp.eror. the latter subsequently for -/-. r e mally presented the ground to the aGerman Catholics. tin:si .\ Ebmperor William telegraphed to the pope saying: I am happy to be able to inform your DE ~ ;- holiness that, thanks to the benevolent Y.;: :intervention of his majesty, the sultan ;;ho has not hesitated to give me this proof of this personal friendship, I Have been able to acquire at Jerusalen the ...

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

f Stock. proceedto sell to time, (Jn, known as Major Somers. He is the best all-round, Harn= ess and Saddle Stallion in this section of country. ie has several colts that have a record of 2:20 in harness. One Fine Black Jack, Nine years old, 15 hands high, that can showas Fine colts I as any jack in the country. Two Extra Fine Jacks, Two years old, well bred and fine size. One 1-year-old Jack and one Jack colt. Eight head of i Jennets, about twenty fine mules and about twenty head of ' horses, consisting of Mares, Colts and Geldings-In fact all the surplus stock that I may have on hand at that time. This sale will take place at my farm 2 1-2 miles west of Ferris, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. All sales must be settled by note, with good security, notes bearing interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from date, until paid. A liberal reduction will be made to any one who desires to pay cash. W. W. BATCHLER. $ I.oo A Year. - :* , @~ Published every Saturday and entere...

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

LO:CALN: EWS.: :.:< .:5 i]:i~ ? Turkoys and chickens wanted :at'Kellv's. ' . . -::: Ree4. F. Duff left Monday for ,,- :). Sherman to attend Austin college. ;?: .: - Hon. D. W. Odell, of Cleburne, -:: democratic nominee for state senator from this district was - ;i here Saturday. :< ': For the next 30 days we will X send THE WHEEL and.,'Texas ' : ''Farm and Ranch for the extremely low price of $1.50 a year. THE WXiCL and Dallas Semi. Weekly Newvs one year for only }. { $1.75. W, T. McKee, one of THE 'WHEEL'S Dallas county friends, :- 'llaA ,.tua+Auu ......A t4nduu n ;A .3 h;c t-.'. *;i:- <a tieu oaiut tay anu aa Iva Heu niS ; date a year. M. B. Bryant, one of our stalwart farmer friends of near India, ::..::::called Saturday and moved up his date another year. a-> There will be Union services at ?^: . ithe Methodist church next Sun.:~ %day morning and evening. %:- s - ; Preaching in the morning by Bro. F::!--::.? Hawkins and in in the evening [.:ix ~ by Bro. Gilliam. All ...

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