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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 April 1892

I ' uivnwn nitm l> , ... , ' Newny Null* KroMi Uiltt. An lulereitUnc U|M>rlui«nt. Visitón to Mount Washington cam 'Ponioua lowu 'ut l"°k place hardly havo failed to notice in sev Iast Tuesday, in uccordauee to adver- eral places by the tads of the road tisenient*. The crowd at the sale was leading from the Glen to the summit largo l nt tlx*dirt sold quite briskly curiously bent and twisted rock*. Tla-re were quite a number in attend* some of which utrikiugly resemble anee (rom Aivin. Soon ailer the train' layers of rumpled cloth. The evi arrived at the town sile a Galveston deuce which the forms of these rook* auetioneer with in abnormal! devel- iuruish of the action of some tremen- opiuefit of stomach mounted a dry dous pressure in long past time , which was able to bend and fold th*? layei"s of the earth's crust, is of a kind that appeals to the eye and mind of the most uninstructed ol> server. Tlie geologist sees in the mountains themselves fur grander proofs of the migh...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 April 1892

lí THE VELflSCO TIMES. GOODMAN i M--FARLAND l)ONT WANT IT. "Broad is the staff of life," but . . „ .... «orne of the citizens of Veiasco I Col. Mudmou Will Not be a Candidato are not satisfied because they I OalvuHton Now* .... i . i. i • i ¡ Victor M. ltose of the Myrtle to 8et 11 liir8« s,xe<l dish of Kntcrcul at th«' poHUiftUu* In WIum-o, llruxoria County, Tiixua, um mwoipI claws mail tiiuttc r PUCLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Ishiic £1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches On© Month Four inches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 j RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $2.0o Six Months LOO Three Months Single Copy l-'OI! I'WKSIDKNT: (¡rover Cleveland. !'■< i if (jovKif N< n:: Ccorgc Clark. s!.<)(■ a n : "Turn Texas Loose." Where, oh! where, is Vcbisco'sj lire company. — 11 is time something was beingl done towards incorporating the city. Springs Herald, having announced "pmlding-J^ Col. M. A. Munson ot Brazoria The French Canadians are boom- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 April 1892

-— ¿i'if X; \WÍ VELASGO TIMES. 9 GOODMAN i MCFPRLflND. THE CEM OF THE COAST. Kurt Worth liHzi'lu-OcIuIkt ahili: Tin Vh.as i «i Ti.mk.* Is tb<* gem ui the i'imst, Klyht p:itrov. «11 liiiino print, full of iii'W> unrl us bright ;aul i'cl'ri'hliii]^ ¡ts the unlf wati'r . Tur. TiMi > linsu 1 pltint. is cdiU'il l>y (¡ootliunn i M> Kurliiwl peil into tlie sliiji's 'hold alai ill loss Very Si'ar Hlazc. Considerable excitement was creat- ed yesterday morning about 11 o'clock by a cotton blaze in hold No. :2 on board thesteunn-r AusterllU. A sling load of cotton was being lowered in ih bold No. - when it was discovered thai a bale was on lire. Before it could be thrown over hoard, several pieces ol" loose cotton abiu/.e had drop- Kroin WoiliH'sdiiy'K Daily , A,l,lvi'l) Scrap. From Thursday' Dally. W. H. Crews, of New Orleans, is In j J 8* 8 the foreman on the large j Col. H. G, Span , of Dallas is in the the city. brick building on the comer of Ave. ! city. \V v itt'Cliiiii<...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 April 1892

An Ex.Fort Worthlfe Travels to Vote For i'addock. CRAlJi HONORED. Velusco Made a Sub-Port of Entry - A National Hank. 850 MILES. Hawley of Galveston and Spencer Graves, colored, of Itichniond, were eleeted us delegates to the National convention, W. II. Sin- L.C. Wall came up irom Velas-1clair an(1 ,, k. Hextcr of Vie-! Washington, I). C., April <o jesteidajr tí) a ote for 1 addoek, ¿oria, were chosen presidential! *^1'" ^ rain passed in the house to- foj \\houi he once woim' I foi us.()wit:g to tin* reuppor- . Ouy t!ie senate hills creating \ o- dcvll. He hid the giatilieation tjoujneut, which will change tin* hiscu >i subport oí entry and the of seeing the Captain go in b,v a eomposition of this district, no|'''ll giving the \ elaseo lerminal handsome majority. nomination was made for congress, bridge company the riglit to build A (íazeíte man found Mr. NNall The convention was a Waterloo!*1 bridge across the Brazos. and asked him what was going on for the lily whites. Wrigh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 April 1892

i ".v*.** Tt'%* ÍHE VELASCO TIMES. ' GOODMAN í MCFPRLAND. i MENTION THE TIMES. Any person receiving a copy of this ¡paper, will do the proprietors a favor fty mentioning The Timks in writing to advertía ™ or the Brazos River Channel and Dock company. The Times is working herd for Velasco and «rants what credit it deserves—The flMEs will answer all letters prompt- ly aud luruish all ¡information it can Í" out the future metropolis of Texas mtiuu The Times luyourcorrespou- uce toVelasco property owners. ¡^Locals live cents per line each in- sertion. All locals will reiuuln in un- ordered out and charged lor at full tes, I 1 rti )• TIME TABLE. VEl,ASCO TERMINAL. ♦ Arrivals and departures from \relasco: LKAVK Houston 10:40 nm Vejusoo ¡1:10 pm Arrivals aud departures from | Houston: A It III VK Velum £].i (>m Houston. . t.;5ll ¡mi 1 Í HOUSTON A TEXAS CENT It AI .. ...... M:iK) um | Arrive .9;3U f ' ' SOUTHERN PACIFIC, pin | Arrive. •*>: 10 nm 5: SO |>m Ar^vt Uiit 10!t Hill I Arr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 April 1892

WHAT THEY Ml . Hill* PaNHvtl By The Special MpanIiiu Mild Approved hy the Uorerowr. Austin, Texan, April 12 The governor sent in his clotting inns- sago, giving lint oí bills sent iu as follows: liills received and approved: Mileage aud per diem appropria- tion. Contingent expense appropria- tion. Regulating examination of teach- er's certificates. Resolutions of respeet to the late General W. P. Lane. Appropriation Í- pay state bonds. Regulating rati; of interest- Authorizing governor to receive direct tax. Adpropriation for stenog raphers International and Great Northern investigation. Fixing terniH of court in the Forty-sixth, Forty-seventh and Forty-third districts. Bills received and under exam- ination: Reorganizing the supreme court. Relating to sales of land by guardians. Districting and locating civil courts of appeal. Fixing terms of court in the Forty-lirst district. Amending the law on mechanic's lei us. Fixing terms of court in the Twenty-flrst judicial district. Organi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 April 1892

m IMalni '/Deep Water a Fact—Not n Promise." VOL. 1. VELASCO, BRAZOIA CO., TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 18ÍÍ2. NO. 32 l\ y , « / f THE REASON WHY deep water at galveston is an impossibility from natural (vises, b.v i jflwi m. Haujd, Maritime and Coiunlthig Engineer of National Reputation. MitnutiR'tuivr«' lU'tot.!. ! GALVESTON HAUBOU. It is said that "possesion is nine points in law," and the aphorism applies to Galveston, from the fact of her having i.een the chief port of the west Gulf coast for many years. Her supremacy is based npon the natural depth over the outer bar (12 1-2 feet) having] been some what greater than that of any other Texas inlet, and her i present importance upon the stren- uous efforts which have been made and are now making to in- j crease that depth of a desired "30 feet." The history of this contest | with the unceasing forces of nu- j ture is too extended to be intro- duced here,* but it will be fouud instructive to glance at the pres- ent condition of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 April 1892

—— 8l)c JJclasro Simes. GOO r .MAN A M r:FAKL A NO- VEL ASC( ). : TEXAS. •Tiik proportion, tne world orer. Of the birth of female bable to that of male is an 100 to WO." Providence ought to be the best judgo of "what kind of babies there should bo. Pos- sibly when boy babies grow up to be loss troublesome young men. the pro- portion will be changed. sr-sr=rr,"?-¿;axz-zjzzzz zsgi. To t*HK kind langungo costs nothing at nil; unkind costs always more or less: oftentimes more to him who em- ploys it than even those to whom it is addressed. But evory man is bound to anticipate that unkind language will produce the fruit* of unkindnoss. that is. suffering in the bosom of oth- ers. When a man really has tho inter- est of u cause at heart, ho will fight for it to tho extent that his courago and hi* energy are adequate to sus- taining him. He will omit no oppor- tunity to defend it or to advance its Interests. The only power that can prevent this is tho appearance of somo other cause that co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 April 1892

J 'August Flower" " I have been afflicted with bilious- ness and constipation for fifteen years and first one and then another prep- aration was suggested to me and tried, but to no purpose. A friend recommended August Flower and words cannot describe the admira- tion in which I hold it. It has given me a new lease of life, which before was a burden. Its good qualities and wonderful merits should be made know to everyone suffering with dyspepsia and biliousness." Jbssb Barker, Printer, Humboldt, Kas.9 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. HOW TO RAISE A ROOT CROP TO ADVANTAGE. SI^MONE ARTERS K iy cured by llirse Little Pill*. They slao relieve 01*' treaa from Dyipepaia,In- ri ig*stlon tu J Too Hearty Eating a perfect rem- edy for Dltzlhesa.Nsuses Drowilueaa, bad Taite In the Mouth, Coated Tonfue.Pslu In the Side, TuKPfD UVEH. They regulate the Bowels, Purely Vnaetabls. Price 15 Genti.' CASTS® MEDICINE CO., NSWYOiZ. Small Dose. Small Price DO YOU LIKE PIE? Not tough, leathery, pale, dyspeptic pie crus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 April 1892

THE VELA8G0 TIMES. FUTURE COMPLEXION OF THE TIMES. TEXAS DEEPWATER PORT1 BRYAN <fc ROBBINS, GOODMAN S M-FflRLAND Entoro.l hí the |>o8to flirt' in Velanco, Hriuorltt County, Texan, 11 «ewn«i oIiihk mall niatu r on steadily and faithfully end. 1.—Its duty as a Velasco Intel- Plin icucn PUPRY THURSDAY 1¡«encer! Koiu« forth to 11,1 the PUCLISHED EVERY THUnoUAY. | _jv0rm as the advocate of our |claims to recognition by the great' ! husiness agencies of progress and • ; development of the material re- Thk Times recognizes the follow- inglinea of duty which it will work Vela8C0 a8 a shipping Point for V Ml to the the Southwest. REAL ESTATE I INVESTORS AGENTS AN INFANT PRODIGY. Alter this week the Vklahco Times will be published under the firm name aud style, "The Ve lasco Times Publishing Company The addition to our editorial corps | of an experienced journalist and a successful developer of this great state will doubtless be ap- sourcer of this city and vast coun- try tributary to i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 April 1892

) 17 THE YELflSCO TIMES. GOODMAN I MCFPRLflND. After thin week the Vkj.ascoTimeh will bo published under the firm name and style "Thk Vei.asco Times Publishing Company." The ad- dition to out editorial corps of an ex- perienced journalist and a successful developer of other portions of this great state will doubtless be appre- ciated by our numerous friends and well-wishers. From Sutiilny' Daily. A. M. Whife of New Orleans is in the city. R L Waer of Mobile Ala isrogister- edat the Velasco. I')r. F. M. Fctterman of Detroit Mich, is registered at the Velasco. O. J). Kirklaud Esq. of Richmond is visitiug relatives iu Quintana. M D Deraslier Kansas City Mo. is registered at the Lee Hotel. C. S. Hurd of Kansas is in the City and is so well pleased with the town that he will locate. Miss Emily Perry one of Quintaua's beautiful young ladies has gone to Galveston 011 a visit to friends. Hon. Guy M. Bryan and Col. W. J. Brvan left yesterday afternoon for Lampasas where they go to attend a m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 April 1892

THE FARM AND HOME. I WHY AND WHEN SUBSOILINC 18 ADVANTAGEOUS. Storing Molitura for Times of Drouth — RiiMlnil >liilberrl«<« — l'irklng Ap- ples — Slump Nliaarluit* «•«• Horn* If-lit«. Advening of Hubiolllnff. What is the nutural condition oí tho tubsoll below the usual depth of tlm íurrowP In virgin soil, nearly cleared of its original forest growth, it is full of hollows tnadc by the decay of tree roots, and forming natural under- drainage for surface water. Hut the elTect of frequent shallow cultivation Is to gradually close these orirteus and reduce tne subsoil to a solid impen- etrable muss. Such soil does not hold so much water. Hence, as the country crows older droughts are more frequent. As tho subsoil cannot absorb a great deal, tho surface is washed by Hoods in winter and spring. It is this sudden alternation from wot to dry that makes underdraining nocessary as tho country grows older. It is not merely to carry o.T surplus water in tho rainy reason, but to deepen the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 April 1892

BLOWN TO ATOMS. . The Explosion of a Powder Factory Results ) in the Death of Seven Men. SCHOOL TEACHERS GO ON A STRIKE. William U. VMtfrall, the Default- lag Slate Treasurer at Ar- kaanai) la Acquitted. ) Mount Arlington, N. J., April 19. — The woi-Ks of the American Forcite Powder company on the shore o i Lake Hopatooug, blew up yesterday afternoon and seven men were blown to atoms. The names of live of the men killed foliow: J. Dimmith. su- perintendent of the work, married, leaves u widow and one child; .Jacob Carlson, aged 85, married, leaves tive children; Win. Pierce. aged '¿8. mar- ried, leavete a widow ana two chil- dren; James Vaughn, aged "-'ti, unmar- ried: A. Johnson, aged 30. unmarried. Another body has been recognized as that of a Swede, name unknown. Two men were injured, one Benjamin Cub- timore was so badly burned that he will dio. The explosion occurred a few minutes after 8 o'clock, and live buildings were shattered. What caused the explosion will never be known....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 April 1892

OF VITAL IMPuRl'ANCE. ■ REFUTATION OF B17MORK WHICH HAVE BEEN CIRCULATE . Velasco One of the Mont Healthful Mpota on Earth, as Attexted by Statistic* of Mortality. Correspondent Houston Post. Velasco, Texas, April 14.—A matter oí primary consideration aud vital importance to every man who moves into a new locality, and especially a man with a fami- ly, should be that of health. Ol' course business opportunities and gain getting an* influential factors in the movements of men in this country, hut no man is doing his duty to himself or his family if he moves with his Lares and Penates into a disease breeding or mias- matic section of country, no mat- ter what inducements are held out in the way of money making. Be- fore condemning a country as un- healthy, however, is it not better to investigate for yourself thor- oughly before accepting every statement made concerning its un- heal thtulness. The enemies of Velasco—and it has hundreds who hate progress of any kind—say that it is only...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 April 1892

' ' I ' l" Jfc fe: ■ «I 1 i i Deep Water a Kaci-—N >t a Promise," VOL. 1. VELASCO, BRAZOIA CO., TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1892. NO. 33 WATER WAYS DISCUSSED. .SOME WONDERFUL RESULTS AC- (OMPL1SIIEO BY ENTERPRISE AM) PROGRESSIVE (API. TALISTS. Mr. O. W. Crawford To Address the Louisville Exchange On Questions ol" Public Interest. A subject iu which the puclic is interested was very trenchantly discussed last night by Mr. O. W. Crawford, who is at the Louisville Hotel aud was seen by a represen- tative of the Courier Journal. Mr. ! Crawford is from Velasco, Texas,; though just now returning from a i meeting of the World's Fair Com-1 mittee of the National lieal Estate Association, of which he is chair- man. lie is also secretary of the Velusco, Texas, Commercial Club, j "This is my first visit to Louis-' ville." said Mr.Crawford, and 1 am ; greatly interested in what 1 have seen of it. The urban develop-j liU'iits of the United States is even j more astonishing than cur agri-! cult...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 April 1892

tftr Jlflasto aim . TEXAS NEWS NOTES. GOODMAN * MCFARLAND TELASCO, i r Cno.Ci Cius'srs cf Crisp Cd irgs Condensed TEXAS. ir&fn Daily Reports. Hk-who letii the v/orld, or his dwi por Jon of it, cjiouso his plan o f lift for him had no nojd of any othor fnc ulty than theupe-liko one of imitation. It is said that wherever the nam of man is spoken. the doctrine of i in mortality is announced; it cleaves x< his constitution. 'J'ho mode of i ba'tles our wit. und no whisper cometí to us from the other side. " • • " srs^sss±sz ■ ' I We near our hoar:a by the cherish ing of sentiments we are directed t<, expel; wo bicomo discontented. an< j call our discontent knowledge. Wt' forget that all knowledge which doef j not increase our happiness is spuriouf' ana not to be trusted. Every individua! owes obedience tc something', and there can be no obedi- ence without authority. Indeed free dom, rightly understood, imposes tin most solemn obligations of all. When no human control binds ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 April 1892

gt \ I "N • > 4 lh >3YKUP€ígs \ ) ONE KNJOYS Both the ice;ho<l and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acta gently yet promptly <m the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, «lispels colds, head- ■aches and fevers nnd cures habitual -oonstipation. Syr tin of Figs is the •only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taste ana ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action aud truly beneficial in its •effects, prepared only from the most <healthy and agreeable substances, Its many excellent qualities com- mend it to all and have made it 'the most popular remedy known. Svrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottlea by all leading drug- gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly fdr any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CC. "German Syrup Two bottles of German Syrup •eared me of Hemorrhage of the Lungs w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 April 1892

PfliF 1 THE VELA8C0 TIMES. A TIMELY WORD FITLY MPOKEX. kicked by u mule in the Mud rush i in Oklahoma yesterday Dallas j When a new town is laid out I Times-Herald ] upon ground heretofore uneulti- The report does not say wheth- or not it killed the mule.—Port Worth Mail. THE TZXS3 PUBLISHING COMPANY. i vated, the newcomer must con- Knterei! nt tht? iw.itomcc In \Vlu*<«, Brazoria | sider three essential points. 1st, County, Texit*. HH iwcond < lns* mall inatu r build 1ÚS llOUSe UCCOl'ding to llis ' HlUt depeild8 UpOU where lie i means and the business heexpeets j kicked the agent, if it was on his j cheek the mule-is to be pittied. I BRYAN <fc BOBBINS, v —————— PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. REAL ESTATES INVESTORSACENTS ADVERTISING RATE8. One Tuch One Issue One Inch One Month Two Inches Oue Month Four Inches One Month Six Inches One Month to engage in. 2d. He must ex- pect to create business and not wait lor business to find him out.! Hen Terrell, the alliance orator 207 acrks «...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 April 1892

«■ ■■■ s^'V ) f -1- rHE VELASCO TIKES. '-/ A Narrow Escape. Yesterday morning just after clay . light tire was discovered on the first THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. i floor of the Lorane building on ave 1$. ! Major Lorauo's servant made the dis- Krom Sunday'* Dully. | oovery and gave the alarm and he Judge Beauregard Bryan returned aud the servant succeeded in extin- to his home in Brenham on Thurs- ing the flames. It seems that some 4|aVt inciudiary took mhu shavings Irom i >> i, T, r ... r, •Anderson' hardware store and en- L. it. Bryan, I)r. J. 1), McGregor' . , , .... . ... . t . ■ tered the building by the rear door undV.kiber went to Auglotou yes-, . . , , , ■ . . . . . . .. , , , , J which was unlocked, and stuffed them terday to inspect tho Urge ditch that . ....... . , , , . . . . . into a hole in the floor and set ire to is being dug by Messrs Painter & Lot- , .... . . tlieiu. Ilut lor the prompt action In terage. Major Sterrett came in with ¡ ... .. ... .. .. ,....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 April 1892

.1 I AtíOUT THE YOUNG FOLKS. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO THE RISING GENERATION. ASurprl * In th* Oardon-.What all Boys Should Know—How to Oot tho Most Qood Out of Book*. A Surorlao In tho Garden. Om day laat spring littlo boy Don- ald cama over to "thegrandpa house" from his home across thostreat. Thus being his daily custom, it was strange that a surprise of several days' pre paring should have escaped his bright •yes until the right time came. A packet of peppergrass seed, the warm sunshine, soft spring rains, and auntie were ail in the secret, but never a word said they until this day I am telling about, when Donald came over just as auntie was showering the seedlings in her garden. Donald likes this work very much, and running for his own little watering-pot, was soon ready to help. "Shower that corner woll, please, Donald," said auntie, and the earth soon darkened as it drank in the wa ter, making a background which show ed plainly the tender gretn of young plants lined upon it. Sud...

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