The Ferris Wheel, Volume 4, Number. 3[a], Saturday, September 26, 1896 Page: 1 of 6
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FERRIS, ELLIS COUNTY, TEXAS. SATURDAY, SE'T. 2. 1 i89G,
1'In N"x SePt2, I DIla r\FU ' ER N^Tm b^IIfNG ON THE 0CU D a a
. J.O~illdJ -)lllj~lylj^^O^ CIRCUS DAY 11I j
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WORLD"S GREATEST SHOWS.
\J o j ~" V!J to Texas. \i -o r L/V
Vastly Enlarged and Improved Since Its Last Visit to Texas,
Capital Invested $3,700,000. Average Daily Expense, $7,450.
More High Class Features Than All Other Shows Combined.
Enrop s Ghitc~t And HI-i 'st A 1 wN ole talia ly ci (of rv1Ii;C
1; els, IoPP rfoiining 1i EvenSalared
Acrobatic Sensations, ing Die's.
3 DA COMAS, Parisian Aerialists. MONS. JOS. LE FLUER, Daring
LANDAUERS. Picturesque Sominersault Diver.
iTrs. FRENCH FAMILY, Bicycle Experts.
'RWIN, The Human Top. 12 CHAMPION RIDERS.
Antd Hundreds: of Other Iftjh
Clas' A X'el ic Speecal ',P,
;orb Spectacular Festival of Olympus
ted Upon a Scale of Mgmnitude Never Before Attempted and
Grandly Inaugurating the Most Resplendent Circus Display Ever
Seen in This or any Other Country.. .
Revival of *he
A Gliorius Picture of the Eternal Cit under the (Usars, Repioduecng
with Startling Realsnis, the SportV, (ladiatorial Displays, and Thnill111g
Races of the Circus Maxi together .i.th the lacing
GlorieA of tue Modeimn Turf.
(I, 010 P ol0 Ca I!rfay il o Lif
A Million Dollar Menagerie, Embracing Kong, the Only Genuine Ch'Impan
e min America, iMonster Blood Exudiing Hippopotamus, and
Hundreds of Other Hare Wild Beasts, Exhib ted in Massive
Superbly-Caived and Gold Illuminated Cages.
GRiAXNDEST FREE STiEET PiA1ADE Ever seen on the
streets of any city, leaves the show grounds at 10 o'clock on the
morning of the exhibion. GorgeousIly Resp)lelndent Spectacle.
Passing Pin Kailidoscopic Review under the sheen of a lihousand(
shimmering Banners. B)ON'T MISS IT.
Two Complete Performnances Daily at 2 and 8 o'clock.
One 50-cent Ticket Admits to all the Combined Shows.
Children, Under 12, Half Price.
AFrAsk your Ticket Agent for Rahlroad Excursion Rates
Dallas, n'onday, et.
Don't be deceived bv false announeini.tits intended to mislead [ ou.
There will positively be no change of date
Is recessary for public welfare. Everyone wants it, many
deL. nd it. Possessing the latest machinery, and grinding
the best wheat, the LANCASTER ROLLING MILLS CO. are
in a position to, and do, give the most painstaking atte*ion
to the quality of their produces, making only
=:= -H H URADF F':
That which answers the requit
that you ge; best obtainable=4hat r
'4 4,-. -'
3.00 PER .ANNU'M
ThaI is what we wit you to do. Take at! the i:;ght you
a r all the judgment at yoar comnmaud a:0d 7,
claims for your fall business and i yoti don't find ol w: clothes better
made, of better mneteial and better fitting, thei w can't hiope ior
yoeir trad4, but we've made thl-ts colehin, bustmess a lie-tinae slidy
d have the ability to talIde In qatriities "t'at Ceap PIe
clothes to us and what cheapens then to us cheapens them to you.
Our fall stock is now ready. Everything new and desirable for
your fall outfit. Every article that goes from cur store bears our
personal guarantee that if they don't fit you get your money back
mer the asking.
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A FOUL DEED.
terday and his bond fixed at $1000.
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The residlence of D. ,ngn
Negro Man Murdered T'desday last nighi.
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' ^ '~~'"'( 1 I Tfugtie^-C o rfc wednesday. -'
blo"k noti of the ibusine,'s p:ilrt
of town, a ,,dioute -, vere des
Bwei Ilson, a negro from Daltroved
by drei Ttaes5:y m:,ht aitc t 1,i , as , 1i(amed with a clu) Wed-. Justice Ek'aeout did a good
(I.. . day right on. -il outh of India business tt its regular monthly
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': :at o2', e tit h, near t e. ~ -.'cv f-'-m where he hadb scEtig Y'tedneud:a\
usO ,' .e :. I'n" p'inng .tio . 11 s head ] 0o civil cases were , imposed
t} Jamc, s bui n' 'v n ihlrovji'l W1 beaien alMo;t to a pulp, )u0r 0_ O:e was comromiO ed bl and
the1 rooY and noihii' , oIf ay coni
li v 1s breafthngt when `ou d 'he other, viz: The Webb Man'oO0Iu:IlC
' Vas " 'ed.". ao;utl n hour after the deed was ufacturing company vs. WV .4
'5i-A -ontenev i e aSI i ( -A tted aiid lii ed tillYedncs
Iii, wv.as decided in fa,,or of
the~' dli !'ire:i (eve C~ee-,) iii the day ioon. Suspicion rested on | defendant. C. M. Supple of Waxson
room, her r nd ]m' John Cury, a negro from Forney c e rpesened the plaintiff
ad a,,el-v es'> ycd,, beCm Wo w 0 -vorking nith [lhe nmir
and i. K. Harecl] of Ferris the
ViO 'U ;1111')Uio at( T. \\i 1 'uilokke i( 0el0 man. and hc was arre' ed (i ('ndaii.
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'~lic n thle\ aneke. She said she Vedniesdai' i orning by Wilio. . The cmi docket wa folLhoughL
the tire oig!nated I one 'InI -
rouight Icre and placed lows: C C(pel md abrasive
........... ,:, ,orh moom did ot iin the cahoone. Wilon r L hMgdagesnte d 5 dcot.
;now o11ow i[ originated. She 'ee n 'ith, about $15 TuesdaI y ev
eoe H1umter, simpl aault
aoi stated t!,it several piece hin and his ,, being turned n'dea guity and .i.n,( $1t.
of costly f-wivt-e we buned wvong side oht and their contents io t
and4 Cl ,arl v 3t in cash, X which being strewn aiout where lie lay, Tancaster Items.
wo lo~1cked nn in the Io *rdrobe niadoe I piun t0i't he ws i'ud"-e
11a C iohil V p ~u.> 1i.1e l0(fo J) u . i-or,) Seept." , i e .r Bluf
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Cndt0e u tarfsured f od 0( 10 his \,ouy. A gXang O Bc-i , ,i to .>8 lS,
, renu , an([ Tgc v' :i 1s, to "I T BsvIe,
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,nd Oe frIte o $-0 ith gros were at Mr. LaV bai.n -. d oketa ol
. II. Io 1e in the ( Ir-ian' Co. v hore they slept-early in Dhe ',"
The A w IvS i u t' o h imt>, -*1 al'1 an sa-l
I CoUon j ofi Somet s-,-ce ouir last
wid' was "-' iI one north and ;rout( aIhou e an honie lois:.e
ritoug tl; f ir e oi.nt, r .v41 ale It '
and. tte vacant ion was Ft.hl ound ie acd ... s. WfiCon n h mou 111e, fined !:5 . atn as
block between tile burnn"g build-i e ltec. COhA (Ie aletol> a!, t t tle satee n' Vo }tu'o i the s dl :-at 2.im,
and the b s part of ter tinne. it is Laid tha . .n o i
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cit',, it ir
uiredf te free .se 0L tNV n went tO look ior in] to kT50 cotton seed at 7.'9i a ten
hose'o ) sa\ O the townl, as a mun)
nuout 10 o'clock anld found Ihni John -ai-cav, of the Eed Oak com,,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~CL)
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Ezzell, Frank. The Ferris Wheel, Volume 4, Number. 3[a], Saturday, September 26, 1896, newspaper, September 26, 1896; Ferris, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth18875/m1/1/: accessed April 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ferris Public Library.