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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1892

fHE VELASCO TIMES. \ /- / jV GOODMAN I MCFPRLAND BROS. MENTION THE TIMES. Auy person receiving a copy of this paper, will do the proprietors a favor by mentioning Thk Timkb in writing to advertisers or the Brazos River Channel aud Dock company. The Times is working hard for Velaseo and wants what credit it deserves—The Times will answer ail letters prompt- ly aud turnish all ¡information it can about the future metropolis of Texas Mention The Times in your correspon- dence toVelasoo property owners. Time Table: Volftsoo Torminal Ry Through passenger Traius daily, ex- cept Sunday. l.kave. Houston . 10:44 u. in. Vehiscw 2:30 p. m. ahiiivk: Velaseo . .. ¿10 jt. in. Houston. 5:40 p. in. j. 11. mor1mes8ey. Uen'l Superintendent. COLUMBIA TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. (Dally line of stcnineis to Galveston.) Leave Velnsco dully at ... 7:80 n m Leave Galveston, daily, at . 9:45 a, in, FOR COLUMBIA AND BRAZORIA Leave Velaseo every day except Sunday, at Ha, in. STEAMER W. It. STEADMAN. I.KAVK KflNTA...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1892

~r —— r— LIFE* IXC0N8IHTEN1Í EH. THK AVKHAOE MAN. He vows bis wife's extravagance Alarms him and annoy ; ... . ... , , Tfcen «'sets them up" at every chance [the beautiful and picturesque Vor crowds of thirsty boys. 1 Brasoe river. ! -Having been a passenger on j both the Mississippi and the St. way to come was by the Columbia ¡ serves to picture in the imagina- "Tap" from Houston (one of the Won that splendid the Arkansaw oldest and "rockiest" railways in 'J rHve,er« ™th «tteddunt scenes of the State) then by steumer down TIIK AVKRAOK WOMAN. She says, "I thoroughly despise Miss Smith-what, Is she here!" John, this ride on a southern Then greets her with a kiss and cries, j river steamboat was not an expe- dience eutirely uew to me. Yet I it seemed to imprest mo in a dif "Bo glad to see you, dear!" THE PREACHER. He praises Christian charity Ah fare above all mist, But all who don't with him agree Forevermore are lost! THE l OI£T. Ho slugs the sunrise linen of red, The joys of early ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1892

fHE VELflSCO TIMES. GOODMAN J MCFPRLRND BROS. r From Taturday's Dally. The Velasoo Terminal Hallway Co. ha received several new liunil cars fur the line. Sunday's Times will be the best of the seasou. Don't fail to secure space before It is all taken. The Baptist church building is ap- proaching completion and will, it is hoped soon be ready for use. Work on F. I). Lindsay's two-story building on Ave. D is progressing nicely, and the structure will be com- pleted in a few days. A prominent railroad man was heard to remark yesterday that the saving in freights aloue iu building a line out of Velasco would amount to $7 00 per ton on <he steel. The ice box for the lee factory is about completed and the frame work for the building is all up and work progressing rapidly. Velascoites in a short while can keep coo1. Work on the two-story brick build- ing of Zach Brown, which has been so long delayed ou account of difficulty in getting brick, is now progressing rapidly, baviug reached th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1892

' ¿gaiMlu 1 mi.:. . T^ipips^'^'^ ÍSIPSB''" •W .' THE VELASCO TIMES IS THE LEADING REPRESENTATIVE OP THE DEEP WATER PORT * — .wi.—— • - * 4; : "DFEP, WATER A FACT—NOT A PROM18E. TPT-? 'il T ti'i'S&aJÍ !+- ém HOUSTON ¿mm* n rr j •^V'" W í *? .*-' BIRDS EVE VIEW OP THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY DEFINITIONS TO FIT THE IÜAY. What ii Nil hi Iter of People Think of' That Household Institution. A two-guinea prl^e for "Tim Best ! Definition of a Baby" Iiuh just been I awarded. The prize was won by Miss Nellie Brad wood, of (Jirvan, England who sent in Hils answe': '•A tiny feather troni the wing of love dropped into the sacral lap of motherhood." The following is a selection from some of the hest definitions submitted. The batchelor's horror, the mother's treasure and the despotic tyrant of the most republican househol d A human flower untouched by the finger of care. The morning calior. noonday crawl- er, midnight brawler. The magic speller, by which the t Jons t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1892

Deep Water a Fact-a Promise." VOL. 1. VELASCO, BBAZOIA CO., TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 17 1892. NO. 21 FROM THE CAPITAL. The Governor's Message Regarded by the Law Makers as a Dangerous and Ruinons Document. MILLS IS STILL IN THE LEAD. Far thr t«Ite4 States Si-natr-.Thr Resolstloa lUqaestlag Hill to Address the Kaoek«(l Uto • Cocked Hat •—Other Kmi Froai the Capital City. a chilton caucus. Austin, Texas, March 14— 1 The eaucua^was a very quiet affair to-night. There were aboat four speeches for every vote foiv their champion. It is very hard to raise any enthusiasm and the ef- fort at the caucus was not calcu- lated to create fond hope. The policy is wheedle some and force . other of the administration mem- bers who have been instructed for Mills to jump instructions. The caucus did not propose to encour- age any such break but it is the talk that in the next ten days much work will be given to the weak brothers. The telegrams from Limestone.county to Repre- sentative Moody read in the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1892

THE VELA8C0 TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN i M-FARLftND BROS. Application has baan mada to anta* tha Timas •t tha Postottiaa in Valasao, Tsxas, as saaond alass mall matiai>. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month - .00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES ÓF 8UB8CIPTION. One Year ,$2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months .75 Single Copy 6 Age is not always coupled with wisdom. George Clark, Texas and pro- gress is the slogan of the Marl in Ball. IWrSDERHTOOl . The George Clark boom hus about i reached its zenith and if be don't mind he will Hud it hard to keep it in The objects and purposes of the ¡ the ascendency.-Brenham Banner, organization of the democracy of Now.don't be fretful dear Ban- Velasco lias been misunderstood.; ner people have George A democratic club was organized ¡ Clark's boom under perfect con- on last Monday night and since «rol and will keep it "moving in then a few men of uncertain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1892

"GREAT 13 VELA8C0" A COMPREHENSIVE AND CONCISE WRITE-UP OF BEEF PACKERIES IN TEXAS BY COL. MERCER OF CHEYENNE. WYOMING. L VELftSCO—THE NATURAL POINT For the Location of Paekerle* and Can- iiinur EtitabllHhmentH, Owing* to It* UiiMurpuNHed Advuntuge* m trti Important Export Placo. I'Mkfrini at thU I'Urc Betler Prlre and Lru :C0Ht of Transportation on th*> Mrt-r Intrri-st of Tnw and thr Wrmt Nurthwmt. working day iu the year—a eondi-. at home and aid iu a fuller (level- tion as essential to this industry opinent of your great state. as is the daily supply of ratious to The tiuie is now at hand when hotel guests. A dressed bei'f earnest effort should be made, aud plant at Velaseo, on the banks of at the stockmen's meeting next the Brazos, with a capacity of 1,- week (from issue of March 4) in i (MM) beeves a day, could soon be Fort Worth initiatory steps run to its full capacity on Texas should be takeu, looking to the cittle of a quality good enough for; tiual grand success. No jea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1892

« ««¡i. aifi THE VELASüO TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN i MSFARLRND BROS. Application han bean mad* to enter the Time* •t the Poatotflae In Valaaeo, Texaa, aa aeeond alaea mall matlar. A FEW FACTS. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month í.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Si* Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF 8UBSCIPTION. ■One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy 5 THE OEM OF THE COAST. Fort Worth Gazelle October 281b: Thk Vki.ak co Timkn In tlie ({era ol tne count. EIk'H J>lig<' , all home print, full of new* and an bright and refronhtn* an the *ulf water . Thr Timkh han a fine pluirt, in edited by a<Kiilman ii MoFarland Bro*,.uiid f'< His i n il - iPiist l.eHd "Deep water act—not ft promise. Success to Tub Timkh. Dam-aged—The dam at Austin by high water. Nat. Q. Henderson Bays that Olark has gone into the hog kill ing business, and that lie will this year kill one of the fattest Hoggs in Texas. No ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1892

! \ ! THE VELflSCQ TIMES. GOODMAN I MCFPRLflND BROS. MENTION THE TIME8. Auy person receiving a copy of this paper, will do the proprietors a favor by mentioning The Times in writing to advertisers or the Bravos River Channel aud Dock company. The Times is working hard for Velasooaud wants what credit it deserves—The Times will answer all letters prompt- ly and turnlsh all imformation it can about the future metropolis of Texas Meutiuii The Times in your correspon- dence toVelasco property owners. Time Table: Volaaoo Terminal Ry Through passenger Trains daily, ex- cept Sunday. l.eave. Houston 10:40 a. ill. Velasco 2:30 p. in. A mil VK: Velasco 1 . ¿10 p. m. Houston . ^ 5:40 p. in. J. B. MORRIES8EY. Geti'l Superintendent steamer w. ii. stem wan. leave quintana: H o'clock a.m. 1 " p. m. 5:45 " p. m leave vki.asco: 7 o clock a. m. 10 " a m. 5 " p. m. j ward, Captain. VELASCO'S ARTESIAN WELL I1 \ .Wr,--. ' I \ \v. I I I \ 1#.^ - |H \ Depth 1,100 Feet. Flow 1,000.000 Gallons Every Twen- t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1892

immm iwmtuwmm ■Ww.v■....¿itópWsj mm "" A.V . . ■ •T /. WARWICK AT FT. WORTH B ua II ffc l I 1 í( I (JKEETKI) WITH LlSTY CHEERS ASI HEARTY HAND ( LAMPS. ThouMta Mather lo IImr HIm Hpr k and Pl*d*e Their Support to "Turn Teta* Lo«w." Fobt Worth, Tex., March!)— Fort Worth to-night feels like she is about the size of Chicago. She managed two great occas- ions in a great big way and with- out a flaw. It was a great day for Fort Worth and wjien anything big is to be done there's nothing small about Fort Worth. It seemed last night that the Clark reception had annihilated every lung in Fort Worth and some might have thought that this day would dawn upon a worn out throng. But such was ndt the case. The fact of the matter is that the Fort Worth lung is an indestructible article and made of indian rubber, for to-dap it came to the scratch just like it did last year and with just as góod effect. One man who was a little borse when told that he had exausted himself at the big reception, re- ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1892

r THE VELflSCO TIMES. GOODMAN i MCFMAND BRÍ)S. Krow Sutiii«lity's Dully. Ve-1 L. Long, of New Orleans, is in lasco. * C. E. Bid d i sou, ol' (ioodlaud, Kan., is in the city prospecting. Julius Cahn, of Galveston, is auto- graphed at the Hotel Velaseo. C. S. Cooke, of St. Louis, is among the arrivals at the Hotel Velaseo. John Miller, of Fort Worth, is among the visitors to the city to-day. W. S. Brook, of Brazoria, Is among the numerous visitors to Velaseo to- day. It. C. Bell, a well known citizen of Fort Worth, arrived in the city yes- terduy. 0. L. Listin a id wife, of San An- tonio, are in the city and are comfort- ably quartered at the Hotel Velaseo. J. B. Balliaux, of the firm of Bal- liaux & Scaueider of this city, return- ed Thursday from a business visit to Bellville. Messrs. E. A. Tomlinson and Ed Halnkamp, two prominent citizens of Bellville, are in the city. Mr. Tom- linson is a large property owner here, having purchased a large number of lots early last fall. Chas....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1892

éSSM --ir-* THE VELASCO TIML¿>. And the refrigerator will be built. This is official. To endorse Mills meant) to con- demn Hogg's administration. The power of the Velasco Dem- ocracy is steadily on the increase. The Port Worth Gazette's vig- orous light on Mills has subsided. Several large European vessels are now loading, an i some already en route for Velasco—the Texas deep water port. UIVK UN CLAKK FOB «OVKKNOtt And "Turn Texan Looms." A female drummer from Clev land, Ohio, is creating a sensation in Kentucky. Of course she rep resents a chewing gum house. The Texas scions are now quiet, y grazing on Austin hash and en deavoring to solve some of the problems left unsolved last year. It is conceded by all who have ever sounded the bar at the mouth of the Brazos, that this is the only deep water port on the Texas coact. A wolf was seen wandering about the streets of Chicago the other day. This would seem to justify New York's persistent claim that Chicago is a wilder- ness. . A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1892

liten VOL. 1. "Deep Water a Fact Not a Promise." VELASCO, BRAZOIA CO., TEXAS THURSDAY, MA lit 11 24 1892. NO. 28 A WESTERN MAN THE BRIGHT PRESIDENTIAL OUTLOOK DIRECTION. HILL AND CLEVELAND RUNNINGS NECK AND NECK. A Table Based ('pon ('¡ireful Calcula* tiineut predominates, Hill it : stronger llian Cleveland. Hut the real choice of the Dein- jHHj; ocracy is shown in sixteen states, I where the Democrats say: "A plague upon both. We are for a Western man." These states are: Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Mis- souri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, lion and Talks with Leaders From All Sections on the Coining Contest. Tennessee FOUMD DEAD. Three Men Foully Murdered HY an Un- known Assassin. 1 and Wyoming. Six | are in the South and ten in the j West. Eight are Democratic and : eight, are Republican. Their 350 New Vokk, March 7.—The Her-1 delegates, standing solid for a aid prints a table purporting to estern man, and representing show how, as between ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1892

i 1 THE VELASCO TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOOD'ilñN i M'FARLWjfrüROS. «¿plio'itlon he* Unan ti«.1# t «atar th« Tim lit th« Poatoflla* in tfalaaao, 7axe*, aatond •!■■■ mall matlar. Those who give the credit fur the late democratic victory in New York to Mr. Hill, if they will use their «late and do a little cipher- ing will iind, that the democratic party lost euough votes in New York City to hav<; given the state STATE EXl'UAXfiKN. áá 9f Tli© Tiiuc« Hah u ( hat With It* Nuuier. on* rontemporarleN Over Texas. IS THE NAME Secretary Blaine In sick grip.—Weimer Mercury. I Hill was strongest the Democratic One ln?h°0?e™ m"C BA. .*!.«>! P rty was weakest. One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month *.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $2.00 Hix Months Throe Months Siugle Copy r> with the Of a natural remciljr in the uhapc "f mi «II that ha virtue* qeynurt all «•!*«•—known I the world, \ ml 11 h- „ . i «tUI uwre hetni: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1892

I r / * 00 VOU R£MfcMBEWy D yon remember how that ulglit waa sweetf Yon called it aweet aud aoiuethiiiK more as well. The tine white tnootibeatu* drifted at our feet. { And ut'HtU'il iu uach ilower'a trembliuic bell. I The hollowed wave# came creeping to the beach. And broke there with h joyous sound ill lost. D* you remember how there waa no speech'/ No need for that. Our lmirtbeut throbbed too faat. A email white railing atar shot through the .«ray. You bid me "wish!" before it could depart; > Do you remember how I answered, "Nay'/" Because there waa no wish left in my heart. ¡ —Cora Fabbri. | THE YOUNG SKIPPER. "Is that tho chap we shipped under? Why, he hasn't grown a beard yet?" "Nevertheless he is th skipper of this craft, and a right smart one, too, as you'll find out if you cruise many months aboard of her." "That may be, but I'd rather seen man 011 the quarter deck than a boy." "What's tho difference, if the boy has a man's head on his shoulders? It isn't always those wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1892

íy^T?"',« — V WNWl !|¡ i il i lit m I i1 í THE VEUSCO TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN i M-FARLAND Application his b«er mad* to antai" tha Tima ■t tha Poatofllaa In Valaaao, Taataa, • aaaond alaaa malí mattar. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Itteue *1™ One Iucb One Mnnth 2.00 Two Inches One Month -i.oo Four Inches One Month 7.00 Hix Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OP 8UB8CIPTION. One Year *£.00 Six Months Threo Months 7o Single Copy ° THE OEM OF THE COAST. Fort Worth Oozi'lte OctoUT28tli: TllK VKI.AH co Time Ih the gem ol tne ooiuC Eluht r atfew, all homo print, full of pcw «tul a tirliflit and rnfrcHhtiiK iiH the Kulf water*. Tub Timkk ha a fine plant, 1* edited by Goodman A MfFarland Broii,. and IIout on It ma t-bcud "Deep water aet—not a proinlne. Success to Tim Timkh. Velasco is alright. The Alien hmd law has injured Texas, millions of dollars. Galveston has at last learned that Velasco is in the ring to stay. _____ Velasco is now admitted to be the only deep water port on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1892

fHE VELASCO TIMES. Y y GOODMAN I MCFPRUND. Time Table: Velasoo Terminal Ry Through passenger Trains daily, ex-j cept Sunday. i.f.avf. Houston 10:40 a. in. Velasco 2:30 i>. ahrivk: in. Velasen Houston 2:10 )i. lu. 5:40 p. in. J. B. MORHIES8KY. Gen'l Superintendent STEAMER W. H. STEADMAN. >í o'clock 1 ft 48 7 o clock 10 " j.kavf. qiintaka: a.m. p. m. p. in LEA VK VKI.ASf'O: h. m. a m. p.m. J WAltD, Captain. VELASCO'S ARTESIAN WELL. \\\wm \> mm Depth 1,100 Feet. Flow 1,000.000 Callona Every Twen- ty-four Hours. Kroin Weduesdftjr's Daily. I Mr. J. W. Painter went up to Angle- ton yesterday for a short visit. ¡ Mrs F. W. Vaughn returued ou yes- ! terdays train frotn a visit to friends in ¡ Houston. Mr. L B. Meniffao of the M. T. Jones Lumber Co. returned from San Antonio. Mrs. Abe Freeman and chrlldren, j arrived yesterday from .San Antonio I and Abe is now happy. Cashier R. T. Ervin of the Velasco i National Bank, returned yesterday from a visit to Houston Mr. H. W. Chinn, of Q...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1892

- vSC'V ; i %úéwiíw'. *¿í f THE SENATORIAL RACE. CLARK AXg MILLS. CUII/IWN WITH l>KA WAL UfiTERM. IN'ED UPON. Some of HIn Friend Wish lllm to Stay In the Race and <•« to the ¿ 1'eojile. i intention to convince Milla men j ' who are algo for Hogg that they | are fighting the latter by support- Text Vote Taken as to Preference* for ing Mills. It wa3 a partial census, Governor and Senator. showing three or four Hogg men Jasper, Texas, March 15^-At npni rOT/lTF V TXIl/POTHDO ilPPXlTO ¡ to one for Clark. These men are a maws meeting held in the court J^Q J J £ |J[ 1IX V L'U 1 UlvU AUlN 1 U I warned that the Clark movement' house this morning, called by BRYAN <fc ROBBINS, & is dangerous and will Austin, Tex., March 18.—The senatorial race is settled. There is no longer a shadow of a doubt of Mills election, and the proceed- ings next Thursday will be a mere formality. As already announced in the Post, it was decided some days ago to withdraw Senator Chilton, and it is probabl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1892

c 7 / V „ THE VELflSCO TIMES. GOODMAN S MCFÍRLAND BROS. Tkf Proper Thin*. With the forty foot road from Ve-: lasco to the Galveston oouuty Hue, aud roads tapping it leadingout into every settlement along: the route will be the i proper thing for our youny city. The uext best thing is to grade good roads on both sides of the Hrazos from Ve- lasco to the northern part of the county and tap them with settlement roads j From Saturday'* Dally. MALLORY SHIPS Kroin Sunday' * Daily. A. Mathews, of liallinger, is at the Velasco. T. (?, Shoemaker left yesterday for Houston on a business visit. ¡ along the line. Uood* roads through L. B. Menifee left yesterday lor a ¡ wuj do more to build a city ! the river aud was berthed at Central business visit to San Auto'da. i at Velasco thau almost any thing j wbarf. She brought over three Im- Messrs. J. \V. and W. F. (Mevelaud, t t,jse, alK| t^e county has struck the key note in orderidg these improve- ments made. Contemplating Coming to Velasco— Commo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1892

OLD BRrtZÜniA AkOdoED Hr*t l fit l liib *\vf Orvmilxvil III Hrsiorla. Bkazokia, March 21, 1H1 2. The question recurred upon the gather as men do iu other places a milliouof dollars in our midst at motion ol Mr.Wilson and it \uis aud other counties and states and Ihe mouth of the I trazos, irooi ~ I carried by a rising vote. The com- advocate the principles of the which all of us w >uld derive bene- ' dr0pHI>'a!o -rÍtí^ <1u |h * Strwn8r; mittL't' consisting of Messrs. party to which we belong without «t, were republicans upon princi- j K ra use, Delaney and Itowe retired hcing liable to the imputation that I'b*. It was their privilege to be , to preform their work. we are in fuvor of shot-gun policy ' so, and they as well as all other ''¡ Mk| Ik. r«6ir«inen t of th. T|„. r„pul)lil;ull, ,mv„ tll).ir or. good m. n, ke they republicans o, committe on pei maneut orgimi-, gjmjjjations, their meetings and democrats, were welcome—thrice zation Mr. Y\ ilaon suggestion that * t|ie¡r ...

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