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

, ow One ibtryarkey geD *( 'LL*,, ' ' IManagua, Nicaragua, Nov . 23.-The Y 'Trth e ZZeroge, Prnhoprie~toR.I INatlte who hf ceremonyy in client to the organ nation Corb tt'fight, ,whiCh wg ::" thFERRIS. mud at it. i . UGfllu? 6 rca, formed bhetriy fthe union of icaaa , lcarai gathe,' ost ap s ti-n FERRIS.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ '~ TEXAS.- SalvaI dor and HI-Ionduras, was brief ani ong gated to see rin TT*, quT^, ------- / - " v *^ite sple. President Reyes of he about 9000 being present, i The cloak.model has a trying situa- a t quitesimple. 9000 oreset TlUo4e cloak model has a try ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Bingditu-FdllG'nU" OtI'~ '' expiring diet of the greater republic most d isgraceful fiascons: tiof^k Sari___ __ad__o f F flOUs and. Gll Building a most o tiin race;u .of Central America, created on June3 th e Truthneverist doldgesno mlas atter whods San Fr~nciZ. C~aL Nov^ -The S. Loni. ^ T 6^ \ diet; /Each of the commi-"-- then bating rulehe nand T~the noevmers dof dgthes, weeko matterw w &...

Publication Title: Ferris Wheel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 26 November 1898

l E im.yers' -Appointments.- is - ait' JLp, Tex., Nov. 24.-Gov.-elect Sye's :announces he will make the fol,g appointments: * ltate revenue agent, Joe Lee Jami: f: 0o Bexar county. ,Secretary of state, D. H. Hardy of ~E IQ.ennan county. &~lsstant attorney general, Robert A. -hn of Williamson county. Private secretary, N. A. Cravens of ntgomery county. Adjutant general, Thomas Scurry ol ';Dallas'county. 'lilSuperintendent of penitentiaries, J. > -Rice of Tyler county. Assistant superintendent of penitenrtiary at Huntsville, J. C. Smither of :Walker county. i:-:Financial agent for penitentiaries, W:i M. C. .Hill of Dallas county. !~-Commissioner of insurance, statistics i:and history, Jefferson Johnson of Travis county. !i' Superintendent public buildings and ' grounds, Sam Harlan of Travis county. f: Major Sayers will recommend to th. respective boards for appointment -the - following: i.-Superintendent of deaf and dumt asylum, B. F. McNulty of Bexar county "~ Superintendent o...

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

}n Sale :of Strock, Oa Trsday, Dec. th, 1898, I' will proceed te sell to e 14 " -I" , I " . I I I . I estbidder' on twelve montW l t, gh 9 . I I i . I . knowni'as Major Somers. He is the best all-rouud Harn' 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, : -Nine years old, 15 hands high, that can showas Fine colts ; as any jack in the country. Tweo Extra Fi ne Jacks, I <( :" ,:%' { i '. DTwo years old, well bred and fine size. One I-year-old Jack and one Jack colt. Eight head of "Jennets, about twenty fine mules and about twenty head- of ! - horses, consisting of Mares, Colts and Geldings-In fact all tthe surplus stock that I may have on hand at that time. This sale w;1il take place at my farm 2 1-2 miles west of Ferrit, between the hours of 10 a mn. and 4 p. in. 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 pa...

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

c s OUT SAL HIAVI NGE dec ided to Ilose out my usin-. ^pl.^IA Vl.^Aessin Ferris, I now offer my '~ :~;:~::~,44f l v'' '- I ' ~ ~ . is Large and well selected, having purchased OC ( in some of the largest markets, thus being :!: 'J ;~ "/ : l7 y &.-(65, able to secure at a Bargain a line of goods eseg .; S pecially calculated to suit this locality. .- The Entire $8,ooo.oo Stock to beSold! .~ :: NOrHiNG RESERVED. :: 4J' A ^ T is the time to make your purchase. Come and get prices S:::: ":y I W and be convinced that I mean to close out and retire from OW. :business. Ferris, Texas. , 5 .... EVWS. ; -:: ' e'IVB : 'i-B is the most Al ' wonderful and scientific cough T medicine made. T. .THE WH-irEL and Dallas SemiWeekly News one year for only $1.75. ITry B CB! Try B C B!! Try BC 1 ! The Palace Art gallery will not remain in Ferris all the fall, so see them and have your work done now If your druggist has not B C B in stock tell him' to order it at olice. If you want to enjoy a sweet .....

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

: Must Answe by v. 88. '" " ;~ :-1- ..: .. Paris, Nov. 22.--The Spanish and 'American peace commissioners met in ~ !~i!,f;:. . .-: Joint session at 2 o'clock yesterday aft/I^ <^ ,\.0! ermoon. The Americans declared the .~ :~i: *' (':!:United States must have the entire ~.*; -. ~~ Philippine archipelago, and for a treaty cession of the islands the Amer,:fei *' . ~ . leans tendered to Spain $20,000,000. .?7:--,::,, It is further declared that it is the purpose of the United States to mainJ%5 A:: , tain the Philippine islands as an "open Ac 0; i door" to the world's commerce. ~i~':'/.; :' . On the terms named, the United States proposes a mutual relinquishment of all claims for indemnity, national or personal, subsequent to the last outbreak of the Cuban insurrec-tion. 1:!: I:"'-; -: . Nov. 28 is fixed as the date on which the United States commission desires a final response to yesterday's propositions and all other subjects in issue here. It is also declared that the United States...

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

'0 ---*- ' 'A- - ay be fckle, but they eaa't when it comes to a quesking many promises. nerican Boy" Battleship. nerican hopes our school ucceed in their efforts to 000 to be used in building P. It costs great sums to ship; but you can build up with Hostetter's Stomach nall expense. This remedy stomach, liver and bowel arm day the festive fly is found. As Black Y as your JYourWhiskers A Natural3fack with Buckinghmffls Dye. 50 cts. ofdruggists or R.P.Hall &Co.,Nashua, N.H. - , e CURE YOURSELF! U XJE e ,ig G for unnatural in iD 5 dr. diEcharges, inflammations, irritations or ulcerations n o . u co ns membranes. !Prevents cotaglon. Painless, and not astrin:- \T'lUEANS OHEMIALGO, gent or poisonous. \C!cN.N'TI,0.-- Sold by Btrngglats, IK . U.S. A. 7 . I-or sent in plain wrapper, ]by express. prepaid, for R ETR A TM i Trcula seNt o, $2.75. "'rcular sent on request. FS 4 T113 ATIIiT TO MEN. FRLEL 1RELMILl V 'ewillsend free te ala who write us, a treatme..t of our Restoratilv re nedles,...

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

etook 4 ththe Mason andiion Ln. Weare h-ind sof our trines a. f sand frthis iats wil tell you we have not got what we vtise,butyou ome a s it will cost o i d my b th n ;''. L$aidies'. fine shqes '95c, worth $1 25. .l:! :^."'''./ Ladies' fine shoes $1 25:'worth L':S' .'.'~ !$t. : $ 1....' , *: :~!::. . ' ; 'Ladies' fine shoes $1.50 worth $2.:00. "i.::, ':..;-' : i $2.45 buys the finest ladies"'shoe }Jr'::,?'' Iwevhave; they are worth $3.00, :--: :-;: - : $3.50 and $4 00. L, adies' sample shoes Nos 2 1-2 -- ; fto 4 1-2,'button, worth $1 50 and : 1 $1'.75.at 100c. 4 doz. children's shoes No. 3 to 5, worth 20c, cut sale 1Oe pair. .- f . V Big sale on children's- shoes, sale price lOc, 25c, 35c, 50c, and 75c. We have a good line school shoes for children and Misses. :::: ( \: Call and get prices. M isses, fine ,. -:t ..-shoes at 75c, $1 00, $1 25 and .. ::-:: $1.50. Lace and button. Ladies' fine shoes at 75c. Ladies fine shoes at' $1.00. Ladies' fine shoes $1.25. Lace and button. Old lad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 December 1898

Bristol. Tho people of this place are very much inconvenienced by ' three or four days of very dreary, : cold weather 'the latter part of last week, but we are having some very pleasant weather here now and people generally are making a grnad rush after the scattering remainder of cotton. Bro. M. E. Hawkins filled his first appointment here Sunday. P. L. Park and sons 'have sold their farm east of Bristol to Rev. M. E. Hawkins and are arranging ,to move to the Indian territory. -tNotary Thornton was down put'ting the finishing touches to the papers Monday morning. A. T. Work man, an old citizen of this community has sold his farm to Geo. Cross and is going 'to move to the Indian territory. R. J. Cates and H. C. Pipkins were in Waxahachie yesterday. Deputy Sheriff J. T. Wright and E. E. Brock are in W axahachie today. W. T. Thornton and D. 'C. N'xelson are in Ennis today. "y~est riday that the Bristol school "> -; had 75 in attendance and that the attendance would likely increase ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 December 1898

:he fErr fhetl STEAMER PORTLAND TCKED. FRANK EZZELL, Proprietor. FERR[S. :: : : TEXAS. , ALL. OVER TIHE STATE. A Great Number of Her Passengers and W. L. Blake, near Bonham, lost his barn by fire. The residence of Jim Harris, at Moody, with contents, was destroyed by fire. The Italian bark Razeto, which put into Galveston In distress, has been condemned. C. A. Langford, the first white child born at Greenville, celebrated his forty-fifth birthday on the 21st. The residence of Weston Weatherby, four miles south of Bonham, was destroyed by fire. Several prisoners in jail at Calvert made their escape. The lock to the cell was sawed off the door. D. L. Byrd's residence at Jacksonville burned. Loss $1000; no, insurance. Preparations for the inaugural ball at Austin have commenced. It promises to be a most elaborate affair. John Kallen, a Bohemian farmer residing near Elingu, Fayette county, aged 72 years, dropped dead. Jesus Salazar,' a Mexican tamale vender, was shot and killed at Pales...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 December 1898

i : .' ~ 1'' Tiubstance og viosuage. '; ;! X" Washington, Nev. 26.-President Mc '~,,;:!'~;; 1 Kinley has nearly completed his moe . sage to congress. At the cabinet meet ~?~ * , - ; ing yesterday, he talked over with his *': : , advisers some of the sections of the document. The message this year wil X : ;) - be longer than usual in order to permit the president to tell of the conduc and results of the war. !!':. -' X * . < There are only a few sections yet un finished, and the most important of these is that which will refer to the result of the peace negotiations al I5.- - 0 0 Paris. This section ..- president will leave unwritten until the last moment in order that he may be able to inform !)~ ; the congress of the exact status of oui relations with Spain at the moment of ! 00 0;0- its reassembling. ~ : In describing the conduct of the war " 00X; President McKinley will repeat many of the figures heretofore used by Secretary Alger in detailing the magnitude of the task that co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 December 1898

lt^-t,,.x, ::On Tuesday, Dec. 6th, 1898, 1 will proceed*i sell to it i highest bidder on twelve months' ti*ne, ' - One Stallion known as Major Somers. lie is the best a ess and Saddle Stallion in this section of cot l=round Harn= untry. He has several colts that have a record of 2:20 in harness. Nine years old, 15 hands high, that can showas Fine colts as any jack in the country. 1: I 3 I K Si; _ -iv. I 4') x"F 5-4>' Two Extra F ine Jacks, Two years old, well bred and fine size. One 1-year-old Jack and one Jack colt. Jennets, about twenty fine mules and about horses, consisting of Mares, Colts. and Geldi the surplus stock that I may have on hand at This sale will take place at my farm 2 1-2 mil ris, between the hours of 10 a. in. and 4 p. m. be settled by note, with good security, notes at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from d A liberal reduction will be made to any one pay cash. W. W. B A - --------- $ 1.00 A Year. Published every Saturday and entered at the postoffice at Fer...

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

i ICLOINGOUTSAE!t t S a H1AVING decided to close out my busin<NtS iAAV ll^^j ess in Ferris, I now offer my - l-y 0t0-- ^/te i ~is Large and well selected, having purchased , 000 ~ SiV Ct d in some of the largest markets, thus being - g e ca l d to s ut ts l . able to secure at a Bargain a line of goods es= pecially calculated to suit this locality. The Entire $8,ooo.oo Stock to beSold! ; NOT rHING RESERVED. 0 'i[^y Ais the time to make your purchase. Come and get prices r t ln^OW ~and be convinced that I mean to close out and retire from '***''' g business. 7 1 5 AFerris, Texas. .; V ; Feris UTexa. :11 ll~ :- sr ^ ; < Q LOCAL NEWS. ': (i:oIn 's- B C - X wonderful and ' X medicine made. B is the most scientific cough L i:: THE WHEEL and Dallas SemiWeekly News one year for only $1.75. ? CF TryBCB! TryBCB!! Try B BC B!!! The Palace Art gallery will not remain in Ferris all the fall, so see them and have your work done now. If your druggist has not B C B h' stock tell him to order...

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

Death of a Ranger. Austin, Tex.. Dec. 1.-Capt. C. R. .Perry, one of the oldest Texas rangers and Indian fighters, is dead. He was Jone of the best known characters on ?the great southwestern frontier, and 'twas personally known to all of the faAnous Indian chiefs as a great brave. We was wounded twenty-two times with arrows and seven times with bullets. He was with Gen. Burleson, .grandfather of A. S. Burleson, recent.ly elected congressman from this disitrict, 'in all his Indian battles. In one of the Indian battles on the Nueces river, south of San Antonio, in the early '50s, Perry was desperately wounded and apparently dead. Gen. Burleson and his rangers pronounced )him dead and attempted to dig a ;.grave with their butcher knives, but ;the work was so difficult and slow, and "fearing another assault by the Indians, they "cached" his body in rocks and :brush to keep off wolves, intending to return from San Antonio, whither they -were bound, to decently bury it. Iour 'days later t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 December 1898

It clears out the channels through which poisons are carried from the body. When all impurities are removed from the blood nature takes right hold and completes the cure. If there is constipation, take Ayer's Pills. They awaken the v drowsy action of the liver; they '-' cure biliousness. Write fes Oowp DeIfOP. VWe have the exclusive services of -o'e of the most eminent physicians in the United States. Write freely all the particulars in your case. You will receive a prompt reply, without cost. Address, DR. J. C. AYE, Lowell, Mass. AAs _M Takes Time. ..-. A man doesn't become a matrimonial graduate in a day. He may rock a cradle six nights out of seven, and even learn to administer mutton suet to his croupy offspring, but these ac_-~. complishments alone do not entitle -imtoo a diploma. Nor does a knowl!:(f edge o -eminine apparel and an ability to discriminate between an over:' skirt and an underskirt entitle him to the proper credentials. He must know and experience even more. Not ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 3 December 1898

i Lacasster Ite.s iroem The Herald. ':: The' Lancaster Herald says: A ,:mass meeting was held at the Meth:odist church in Lancaster, Texas, Tuesday night, Nov.:22nd, 1898. C Ghas.A.Spragins explained the ob-: ject of the meeting as being to take 'steps by which the town could be rid of the blind tigers, gambling dens and other evils calculated to retard the progress of the town and injure tier name abroad. He explained that the meeting was held at the church because another suitable place could not be had, and did not signify that it was a unity of church and state, nor the church against lawlessness, but that it was a meeting of good citizens against bad citizenship. A. H. Rawlins 'was elected temporary chairman and T. G. Locke, temporary secretary. Prof. Randolph Clark was called on and addressed the meeting. fie was followed in short talks by Rev. T. J. Walne, Dr. S. B. Caimpbell, Prof. R. F. Holloway, Rev. Chas. A. Spragins, and others. The following resolutions were offered by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 December 1898

Bristol. $i!.'t . - - Nov. 6, 1898. K:':;" :; We had quite a severe blizza here Saturday morning accom - X anied by more or less rain at '.%' " sleet. Hickory Grove scho i' : - opened Monday morning wi 'Prof. J L A Grizzard in charge ...... - Honest Ridge shool open ! 'Ii: Monday with Prof. Boardfoot i~..A, charge. Mr J L Loyd moved ] :\ :-'~lr aA.of groceries- to Cletmi ' ' :" yesterday an'd is moving his fa: :::':f ily and household goods today. -;" - Supt. D. C. Nelson inform :.'.'"\ ye Seribe that the M. E. Sund . * school at this place is to have :-,A1 Xmas tree. We are certain '2;:; 'glad to hear this and bespe ..: ; foy them a snccess. Rev. S. C. Littlepage,contern lates moving his family to Forrm ton to-morrow. Preparatory taking change of his work a th ,~: 'place. Dr. W. K. Hudson's father a mother, of Kenedale, Tarra lkt, county returned home yesterd after a short visit to their son this place. : ":, Carpenter Boone began W. Benson's new residence at tl place this morning....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 December 1898

.': FRA.NK EZZELL, Proprietor. - FERRIS. : : : a : TEXAS. TEXAS AND TEXANS. Charles Hall. colored, nearly 100 tears old, died at Terrell. Dr. Daniel Dupree of Oak Cliff, aged 77 years. died suddenly. Dan Glover was given fifteen years at Caldwell for murder. Aaron Lewis was badly hacked with 'a hatchet at Houston by another man. One hundred bales of cotton were badly damaged by fire at Waxahachie. Tyler county's first carload of syrup Uas been shipped. It was sent to Coleman. Austin Lewis, a pardoned ex-convict, ,was fatally stabbed in the heart at Cuero. S. W. Butts, a member of the Dallas -firo department, died at El Paso of, consumption. Rev. Homer T. Wilson has accepted 'the pastorate of the Third Christian church of Fort Worth. The British steamer Roma, which stuck on a reef near Galveston, unloaded 500 tons before getting off. The comptroller registered $5000 of Tom Green county courthouse and jail refunding bonds. Hudson's gin at Anson, valued at 48000, and Insured for $5000,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 December 1898

.'garesS Cosvenel. .;. :/ .Waiington, Dee6.-When the t al. e. ? onvened yesterday to begin ! >JS];J: ;":!l P session t of the fifty-fifth c ?^?}: .'1',^ess, the chamber presented a nota ' ,:' '--: 'r.ansd beautiful, appearance. By :i'" - .M'oelock the'public and private galley . IM-. were filled almost to their capac .with a distinguished assemblage, p.?':-' .c<,l:uding many ladies in brilliant att: -,.':* .- .,' Promptly on the stroke of 12 o'ce t;'",..' 'Vicee President Hobart entered, a: -t g at-ascending to his desk, rapped for ord Rev. M. Milburn, the venerable bli z.. -chaplain, in a profoundly impress A- manner, returned "devout and revere .' . * thanks for God's goodness to as a I . '- tion, and for his care of us since 1i ; laAt gathered in this chamber." s I ;: - A call of the senate developed t xr,' *. > presence of sixty-seven members. ''; : 'q'' The usual resolutions were offer aI'X:' ' -and adopted. Mr. Cullom of Illin( ' offered one to appoint a committee inf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 December 1898

All $ I.oo A Year. Puiblished every Saturday and entered at the postoffice at Ferris, Texas, as seco-nd-class mail matter. AD YvRTI'ISING RATES. Locals 5c per Hue and display ads 123c per inch per insertion. Liberal cuts on ads for large space or long time. H & T C Time Table. Nerth bound. 1 South bound. .po. 1--0:a p m I No. 2-10:30 a m ' 3-7:26 am " 4-8,37 p m " 15-10:30 * I <" 16-5:05 " FRANK EZZELL, Editor. SATURDAY, Dec. 10, 1898. GENERAL BLANCO resigned rather than participate in' the final surrender of Cuba to the United States. Again Spanish,pride asserts itself before a fall-of the Spanish flag. Edtor Middleton, of the Ellii County Mirror, who invented a counter gambit in chess, states thai he has worked the game witi whites Notwithstanding some adverse AS saiafia ict wI e'ttn been reached e:between thie Dal;las Consolidated Street Railway company and its late employes and the strike has been declared off. One of the most difficultthings is for one to so conduct his ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ferris Wheel — 10 December 1898

i:'!i fl-n f"iN'lT flai nr SkU-AIb UU$ IALL X HA VINX G decided to close out my businHAVING ess in' Ferris, I now offer my luau :..',0 ^ , mM ;~. ~is Large and well selected, having purchased in some of the largest markets,-thus being . ,'* S^able to secure at a Bargain a line of goods es"." 0 specially calculated to suit this locality. \ The Entire $8,ooo.oo Stock to beSold! ': xNo'rlHING RESElRVED. S1-T ' I is the time to make your purchase. Come and get prices [Sl N o w and be convinced that I mean to close out and retire from fj ^ J v v business. Ferris, Texas. LOCAL NEWS. I;: Cohen's B C B is the most wonderful and scientific cough medicine made. THE WHEEL and Dallas SemiWeekly News one year for only $1.75. ~'. ,. Try BCB! TryBCB!! Try e-.' ' 1BC B!! The Palace Art gallery will not , '".i :. remain in Ferris all the fall, so see them and have your work i' S-_. done now. '- v Rev. W. H. Berry,former pastor of the C. P. church at this place, was here the first of the week and ' p...

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