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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1892

"Deep Water Faci—*iot a. Promise." VOL. 1. VELASCO, BJRAZOIA CO., TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH ÍÍO, 1892. NO. 2t* i L ll f ! S ih COLONIES ARE COMING PENNSYLVANIA DUNKARDS TO COLO- NIZE IN BRAZORIA COUNTY. Henry A. Lloyd of St, Louis Talks—The Forerunners of a Colony Buy Farms And Locate—How to Induce Immigration. errand boy in the interior depart- j ment, and who keeps his local friends posted as to what will | surely happen, as ho learns from the inside. The most startling; scheme developed was the scheme j of some Oklahoma land lawyer j who says that the sooner clause i il>- f<" A RAINNUER'S REWARD °¿ A TRAGIC AND ROMANTIC DEATH. THE OUTLOOK AT AUSTIN. he ^av<> at the sacrifice i own i life. Th« affair was certainly a A Mexican Committee Orders the Ills, very sad one, at least to the to-be contliiuauce of a SueA'esn'til Ex per- bride, whose heart seemed com pletely broken by the tragic of her faithful lover. fate < ray's Withdrawal Demanded. Houston Post, Mr. Henry A. Ll...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1892

I THE VELA8C0 TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOPPMN I ^cFPRlflND AppUtfetv*<\ l>#tn n\*4t t\> thf Tlmii • t tH« Pj !oW •• T«*M, •• M««n4 •!••• mill matitis ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One labile if 1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month '... 4.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10,00 rates of subscription. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 7.r> Single Copy 6 There is money in Velasco dirt. Fortune favors those who favor themselves. Gentle spring and thirty «lay notes will soon be due. A political cold wave has struck the Hogg administration. John T. Brown has been nomi- nated for mayor of Houston, To-day is Sunday. Quit curs- ing your enemies and go to church. It will take 002 votes in the conVention to nominate Mr. Hogg. He will never get them. The finest and most productive farming lands in the world can be found in Brazoria county. The law factory at Austin is los ing a gread deal of valuable time monkeying with "that silver bill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1892

k ! > <• ROGER Q. MILLS. A Synopsis of the Life and Work of Our Future Senator frowned ill l.uot With Ihf * \t Highest Be* Hard Wltbln the Gift of Un* IVopli , a Kit A|ipri'i-iiitton uf HI* Sterling ({unlitI)' . Hou. Roger Q. Mills, junior, senator for Texas, elected to till ' out the unexpired term of Hon. J. H. Regan, wae born iu Todd county, Kyi, of ii family noted for intelligence, integrity and sound j morral principles. lie moved to Palestiue Texas, in 1847 and for a I tiue served as a clerk in a drug j store, studying law at the sanie time. In the legislature of 1851- 52 he was appointed one of the clerks of the house, and about the same time wasadmited to practice law, by special act of the legisla- ture, being stiil under 21 years of age, and setteled in Corsicana. In his new home he rapidly ac- quired prominence iu his profes- sion and soou took a leading place at the bar. In 1857 and 1858 he served in the State legislature and made a reputation by his assiduous devo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1892

THE VELASGO TIMES. DEMOCRATS GAINS IN NEW YORK. ! i LA K • I PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN & M'FARLAND Application ho b««ri mad* to «nWr th« Tim mt th« Poatotfia* In Valaaao, Texas, a •••ond olas mall matlar- ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Mouth -.00 Two Incheu One Month 4.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six luches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCIPTION. One Year $2.00 Hix Months 1.00 Three Months 75 Mingle Copy 5 MENTION THE TIME8. Any person receiving a copy of this paper, will do the proprietors a favor by mentioning Thk Times in writing to advertisers or the Brazos River Channel and Dock company. Thk Timks is working hard for Velaseo and wants what credit It deserves—The Timks will answer ull letters prompt- ly and furnish all imforwatlon it can about the future metropolis of Texas Mention Thk Timks in your correspon- dence toVelasco property owners. On to Boggy tank should be the watch word. Whoop 'or up for Velaseo. She is bound to be "the" town o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1892

■W'j3 fHE VELA8C0 TIMES. r GOODMAN I MCFURLflND. From SuikIuv'h Dully. From Tni'wluy'* Dally. (i, li. Dreirof Houston is iu the city M. 1). Blum of Chicago Ih at the Ve- laSCO. ColT. K. Howell came in from Alviu yesterday. J. \V. Jack of Houston arrived in the city yesterday. Mr. Pldeock returned io Helton yesterday afternoon. J. M, Allerdice of Galveston, its reg- istered at the Yelaseo. alito- Bof IU1I. 1 From Wixiuemlity'K l>ally. The base ball boys met at It. O. j j. L. cioodman visited Brazoria ves- Copeiand's jewelry store Sunday night | terday ou business. aud orgauizod a club. They QUINTANA DEMOCRATIC CLUB Mrs. L ltosner, yesterday returned to Galveston. J. M. Allardyce. of Galveston, is at the Velasco. E. H* Rempi> returned from Fort Worth yesterday. , T. G Bennett of Belfast, is Mr. t . A. Beasley left yesterday lor lle(l u, tht} Hotel Ve,ag Richmond on a short business visit. ,,,,,, Rev. J. H. Shapard and wife came Mr. Jack Bryan, of Quintana, came (,own ,ft8t n, ht...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1892

CHILTON TALKS AT TYLER HE SAYS HiS DEFEAT AT AUSTIN IS AN INDIGNITY. Attorney Duucan Defend the How A<1* ministration and Denounces Clark' Nupportern-Thinks That They .Should Be Driven Out. Tyleb, Texas, Mure!) 24. — At 9:15 yesterday the International and Great Northern train pulled in with ex-senator Chilton and party. A great many of the busi ness bouse were closed and at least 500 peoplefconsisting of men, women and children, were at the depot to welcome him. As the train slowed up the cry was heard from all quarters. "Chilton," *'Chil-j ton." Chilton came to the front and he said "that he did not pretend to conceal the fact that his defeat for the United States senatorship was an indignity to himself and to the state administration; that but for the defeat of Mr. Mills for the speakership he [Chilton] would have been certainly elected. He said that every fellow in the Mills and Clark crowd cursed and abus- ed Tyler and eastern Texas. He recited the long list of United States...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1892

fHE VELASCO TIMES. I' > r y 1 y %... GOODMAN 8 MCFPRLflND. j MENTION THE TIMES. Auy person receiving1 a copy of this ¡ paper, will do the proprietors a favor by mentioning Thk Timks in writing l to advertisers or the Brazos River Channel and Dock company. Thk ¡ Times is working hard for Velasco aud wants what credit it deserves—Thk Timks will answer all letters prompt-1 ly and turnish all ¡information it can about the future metropolis of Tfexas Mention Thk Times inyourcorrespon-! deuce toVelasco property owners. From Thursday' Dully. Tax Assessor, Jim Hatos was in the city yesterday assessing. Yesterday was a damp, wintery evening, and business was dull. The brick buildings in town now under construction are rapidly nearing completion. A compress and elevator going up at the same time, will give (he work- ing men a chance, Mr. C. S. Cleveland secretalyof the Quintana Democratic Club wrs in the city yesterday enroute to Houston. The Board of Trade directors met Tuesday and adopte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1892

i*wmi rMWí—mMMi—i THUM KL.N ULNTliil I S. B Congressional Apportionment us Will lio tu tht) Full Committee. Austin, Texas, March 25.—Tin joint congressional committee tin ished rodÍHtrictiii£r the State to Kavdiiali nver, *425,<!h(): improving; the Ohio river by the THE DEACON. hi' construction of a movable dam at or below th" mouth of Jieaver river, Pa., 8100,000; Point Judith, It. i., *100,000; Columbia river, What lit- Smv, IJftrd mill Thought About a I'-TamtulHtfil tin* Mrfrt-. He jhotitrht that with us many young folks as there are in this town that there should he a better attend- iiilnir !<> Iii'i |i Wati>r by Ihf Short '*!. (iicn|i* r*t mnl liivl Ulri-rt liuuti' Kullstu'.l Piwt. anee at the different churches ami ... , .. .. . . . .Ore., at the Cascades, $435,000: Sunday schools in this citv. mgbl. Following are the dhtncte | Mi69¡88 r¡ver M (>f a they will be reported to the lull; wMoll b,low 01,l0,8 That „ ^ „ committee ol each house: | mouth, the rest above...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1892

Deep Water a Kact—-Not a Promise." VOL. 1. VELASCO, BBAZOIA CO., TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, IS1>2. NO. 3(> THE BUTCHERS BAGGED. ¡ ; I THE CLEVER WORK OF A CUT1NG OFFICER. PROSE- The Murderers of Three Men in Brazoria County Have Been Captured in Luling- A SHORT HISTORY Y OF THE HEAD PEOPLE. Strange Proceedings of The Men Who Murdered Their Unfortunate Traveling Companions. Richmond, Texas, April March Int. S. V. Cravey, Cravey, Mr. Smith, ami :i fellow named Koine ami ¿.—On Jamen young Frank Holland, left Thompson's Switch in this county, going to Velase . The live left with a wagon and three horses. Thcv panned through Bra- zoria and about the 7th, passed Major Huntington's place on (Julf prairie. On the 11th they came hack 'by Huntington's and camped on Millican's bayou, which runs into the St. Bernard about •">UU yards from where the hayou einp ties into the river. On the 15th Mr. Wonlcv discov- ered a wagon in the bayou. which neighbifrs collected and took from the bayou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1892

I li. . THE VELASGO TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATUROAY. GOODMAN & MTOLflND Application has be«n mud to th« Timtu at the Postoffia* In Vclasea, T«*«s, m* ■caond «I* mail mat!. r. ADVERTISING RATES. Ouh Inch Olio fssue $1.00 One Inch On© Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month 4,00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 .Six*IncheH One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCIPTTOÑ. One Year $2.00 Mix Months Three Month Single Copy 1.00 ."•I l'Oll PliEaiDENT: (¡rover Cleveland. Hill GOVKll.NOll; George Clark. SLOGAN : "Turn Texas Loose." On with the railroads. On to Boggy Tank and Houston. There is something on the slate. As ¡i mil ron d center Velasco is rapidly coming to the front. .Mills is in the senate, Clark is in the swim, and Hogg is in the son J). A good fruit trade should he built up with South and Central A menea. The M K. iS: T. officials did not visit Velasco oil a time killing ex- pedition. Hill Shaw is in Austin picking priitieal pointers for his great ag- ricultural sheet. The M. K. & T. has decid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1892

n HUNTING DEEP WATER. AN INTERVIEW WITH COLONEL WALDO OF THE KATY. He Sa.vs Tlinl IIU Koad Ik for ail Outlet oil the («iilf—Colon- cl House Ik to Pass on the Select! . Galveston News Hoi'ston, 'lVx., March 28. — In view , of the recent rumors to the effect that the Missouri, Kansas & Texas road had decided to extend their Jine into this city at tin eari.v dale the News correspondent tliis afternoon called upon J. Waldo, row in this city, to as- certain the truth of the matter. In reply to a question lie said : "The Missouri, Kansas and Texas railway company wants to ilnd a deep water! outlet somewhere on the Texas coast, j perhaps at Yelasco or (ialveston, hut nothing has been settled as t<> which it will be. The topography of the country is practically the same to eith- er point, and considering, the cost of construction the distance of course makes the diflereuee. The Missouri, Kansas and Texas railway people ap- preciate the advantages of Houston and would perhaps come ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1892

■ I I li THE VELflSCO TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN J MTOIJND Bftaond eiar.s mftil rn®tier. THE BOSS BABY CITY. Onward! is the watchword, throughout the southwest the cry i This young city which begun onward to \ elasco, At \ e- I its existence in the year of Tex- j lasco the cry is onward to com- ¡ as' most serious business depres- j mercial greatness. !sion since 1K73; has felt absolute-, Th(, rorpus rhrist¡" (,alh,r,s Application has h«on mad* to mi th Tlm. i ^ DOlMMií this StHgll.ltioll, ljUl ♦write-llp OÍ" U WrCCk SlippOSod to •t tn. po*tefti«« m v*ia*eo, t** , a* has continued to grow arid to ex- jjuv(, washed ashore there ; pand and presenta «cérico of bus- j Friday mornil){, with a eargo oi ADVERTISING RATES. tlingactivity since the ddj 'u8t j jive dead bodies, was a pretty One Inch One Issue $1.00 July when the first lot was sold., d t for „an aU f0M,M (|a „ -00 for the lirst live months of its ex- hammer A MALICIOUS FALSEHOOD. VELASCO'S "AUSTERLITZ." joke. A lan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1892

fHE VELASCO TIMES. ) GOODMAN i MCFPRLAND. complete am> perfect ma. chine. K Tinifk Krpm-trr Takm • KIiIp on Ihr 1'uunlrjf Itrnid Krrnprr ud Krm It «I Work. Time Table: Volasoo Terminal Hy Through passenger Trains daily, ex- cept Sunday. Hollt'tll]) VclllM'O Vilusi-.. !l Utitull 111 II) II. III. :;n i'. m. iiiivk: ■J:1«i p. !'i . . . .ri:-til ¡i, ni. M. 1' MORKIKSSKV From HiiikIhv'k Dully. ('apt. Clark, the jetty ton tractor, is in the city JohnS. Murphy, ot (lalvestou, is stopping in the city. Mrs. Wright, of aan Antonio, is Veaterday afternoon at the invita- visiting friends in this city. tion of E. F. Pugsiey andl-'ol. Rowan Capt. Sol. Larson returned vester- aTiMua represetatlve went over on dap from a visit to (¡alveston. A venue C to take a look at the work- Eli Cordon returned vesterdav from ,,n!l" ''ugsley road scraper, which a business trip to Houston. ' working on Auenue C for about K. 1*. I.eDoux's wife and children arrived yesterday and will make Ve-1 lasco their futur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1892

"'■'¡.y." r-~ w*pr l Si I i THE KATY JIND HOUSTON. KFFOIÍT8 TO SECURE THK NEW OUT- LET UP THE HA YOU. How the Hoiiiin In llelng liaised to (>H the fioad—N«'Mn About Railroad* In and Out of Texan. UulvuNton Suivn. Houston. Texas, March HI.—It was reported hero to-day on good authority that the Missouri, Kan- sas and Texas was coming into Houston and not at a far distant date. There has been a move- ment on foot lor the past day or two, and in fact ever since the visit of the Katy officials here, to raise a bonus to offer the road should Jit decide to come into Houston. The idea has met with general encouragement, audit was stated to-day on the streets tliat a large part of the amount required had been pledged by the business men of the city. The matter luis boon kept gen- erally quiet,, and ¡is a prominent railroad man remarked to a News reporter, this morning, it was the idea of the soliciting committee to keep it front the newspapers as long as possible, fearing its publi- catio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1892

< iiiumiitiui* OlUcur i>r. h. 8. > is '-, had heeu preformed for the suceess- .11 lid ¡11 .-I JUOGE ALDRED6E ON LABOR AND CAPITAL, The following is the text of the speech of Hon. George N. Aldredge, delivered Saturday night before the Dallas Clark club : Ladies, fellow-members of the club and fellow-citizens : Imagine before you some grand building constructed upon scientific principles, complete in all its parts, giving assurance that it will defy alike the corroding tooth of time and the storms that may assail it, and yet upon examination you will find that all its component parts are so de- pendent, one upon the other, that you could not wrench from its foundation a single stone without impairing the strength and marring the beauty of the structure. So is it, my friends, with the state. We have in Texas many distinct interests, yet they are depend- ent, one upon another, and the thrift of all depends upon the thrift of each. [Applause.] The railroads are dependent upon t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1892

1 ' '—" Texas, March . here tod- it the as nc In fo burden of ■ Day* Limit. take ii . ' t ON 11, ii . ■ mulo - 11 'I - not ont.v cease ui uutc, reasons which hnve tn ¡ ttons lor tne moiius vivemu. ropriet ..... 1

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1892

> THE VELflSCO TIMES. ; GOODMAN S MCFPRLAND. From Thursday's Dully. .). E. Richards of Alabuma, is auto- graphed at the Velasco. F AV. Slovens left .yesterday for a business visit to Houston. Capt, Sol. Larson went to Galves- ton yesterday. He will return Satur- day. Messrs. Siddall & Pattillo's big planing mill is turniti-r out some Hue work this week. Aleck Rosentlold of Houston, the jolliest knight of the grip in the state, is in the city. Benjamin 1 . Cain of Tyler, is in the eity talking Hogg to the deep water people of this place. F. C. Goodnion of New York, is re -Me red ai the Velasco. He is here ( u a prospecting tour. The big ice factory will soon lie com- pleted A torce of men are now busy putting in machinery. Mrs. 10. 10. Jenkins, of the Beach hotel at Quintana, was visiting friends in this city yeslerday. M rs. S. T. Cushing «nd daughter, of Lea ven worth Kansas, are visiting Mrs. Ferguson in this :*ity. Mrs. J. W. Cannon and her sister who lias been visiting he...

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

/' THE REPORT CONFIRMED <{l'AKA.>Tl>'E MATTEKN. lie Proclamation IhmiiadiI by His Kx- cclldifj', th«% Uoreruor. THE KftTY WILL EXTEND ITS TO VELflSCO. What Colonel Waldo Huh tu Hay In Ref- erence to the Matter. Houston, Texas, April 2— Traffic Manager J. Waldo, of the Missouri, Kanuas & Texas road, stated this afternoon to your cor- respondent that the route over antine proclamation recently is- sued by the governor: He it known, that J, Jumen 8, j Hogg, governor of the State of, Texas by theauthority vested in me | by the laws of this state, do here- by declare that quarantine shall he established ou the coast and Rio Grande border on and alter May 1, 1892, and that it shall con- tinue until closed by proclamation. Said quarantine shall apply tí) King oí Tramp MA It I ME JiOEN. Hasten Mohammed, a Turk by . birth, and one who speaks eight The tug Seminole brought languages, arrived in the city last! another barge of rock from Hal- night after a day's walk of forty- vest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 April 1892

* ' "Deep Water a Fact Nc*t a Promise," VOL. 1. VEL^SCO, BJRAZOIA CO., TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1802. NO. 31 ? THE BRñZORÍALLlflNtt:^Z^^rha ',rge Every preparation had been MKET1N0 OF l llh 1I01M AI A1-HT1N . perfect,ed to take care of the guests and their teams, and there was not : the slightest disorder or trouble of any kind. The Post reporter ! never saw any convention as well ¡ conducted aud is of the opinion ¡thatthe members of the alliance j in this county includes the best ¡citizens and property owrers.— Houston Post. ll.VYOl Good Roads and Their Making ('on* slderetl and Indorsed—Some Po- litical Matters. Oj'stvrn on Tree*. Mention of oysters growing on trees is sometimes made, and is misleading. To those who have this as a wonderful phenomenon the St Louis Republic describes and explains it in a way that shows it only as a curious union of two products, one of land aud one of water. In Ilondorus the mangrove trees grow in either fresh or salt water swamps, aud even in wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 April 1892

THE VELASÜÜ ThVIEO. GOODMAN I M'FSRLfiHO -S- TUXAN EXEMPTIONS. 'I |je laboring iiifii art* tin* llrst to suffer when capital lias been How many of The Advocation seared away by hostile legislation. I reader know exactly what the Texan exemptions arei Here they Entered i.t tlv |tont(>ttl.c 4n Volition, Kr.txoriit are: County, Texas, us kw-oihI ohm mail mutt, r \ homestead WOrtll *,"5,000, ex- | elusive ol' improvements, if in a . ... PUCUSHED EVERY THURSDAY ! town or city; ¡fin the country,2U.I S!*™.!*"* Dr. Von ilolmfeldt, a German baron with the bluest of noble blood in hi?' vffins, was a crested in London, on th# iirtth, in the net of paveen, lie admits the theft and said that poverty and hunger drove him to the crime. i acres, including improvements ADVERTISING RATES. aud ccops growing thereon, or for . One Inch One I*nue $1.00'. . .. .. .. . Onu Inch Out* Month 2.oo the part or all ol the purchase In Kugland the strike of nearly f:oo!nw>ney t,,ereof' the taxes due there, '...

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