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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 11 February 1892

Wasco 11 UJLLJLL 66 Deep Water a Fact—Not a. VOLUME 1. VELASCO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY II, 1892. NUMBER 57 ■HHH ABBOT & MARMION, THE FIRST * ML ran HEN D TI Ml * -refer by permission to BRAZOS RIVER CHANNEL &. DOCK VELASCO NATIONAL BANK. CO. Correspondence Solicited. VELASCO COMMISSION COMPANY, Storage, Forwarding ami General Commission Merchants For the Sale of GRAIN, HAY, FLOlTR, COUNTRY PRODUCE, FRUIT, FISH, POULTRY BUTTER AN1) EGOS, • Proviso , Cotton, Wool, Hides and Pelts KtifirCorrespoudenee, Order* and Cousiifmnentu Solicited 11" you have anything to sell tlint yon do tint wish to ship on market, write us muí describí it und we will tiud ii market for yon Velasco, Texas. FROM B. A. BUCK & CO., ■ Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Cot- ton Seed Meal. C()R, AVE. C and OLJTH 4th STS. .JOHN l'-. HORKAN. JOK I). LYONS. HORKAN, LYONS & CO., REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND INVESTORS AGENTS VELASCO. - TZ!3Ci^S. ileal Estate Bought and Sold :...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 11 February 1892

THE DAILY TIME. IH8UKD EVERY MORNING BY GOODMAN I MCFARLAND BROS. From Timbs building, corner Front and Houth Hecoud «toeet. in this state forever howling at ihi in, -"corrupt and bought up rail- road attorney." If a newspaper editor who is so poor that he is glad to get tamales and and stale beer (Tor his ratións, does not agree «i j use w i rrioN. BV CABMKM ; Single copy. .. Odo w«M'k — < )ne mouth Uno year- <n ut!vanee. BY MAll One year In ad vanee Six month* Three month* cents in " An " $,■>.00 y., no 3.00 2,00 with the gang, again comes the howl of the "venal and subsized press.'" Yet Mr. Reagan, the chairman of the railroad commis-1 sion oá' Texas, can go with his' family and friends, for it is pre-1 sumed lie carried some friends on ' a costly junketing expeditinn to a | Ilates a4e known foreign hind, and not one of them A11 subscription , rajHe an objection, but will proba- All unhMortpUoim will he |mni^t!y attended to. ADVKBTIHINO: on application. and advertising r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 11 February 1892

THE DAILY TIMES. 188 lrKD EVERY MORNING BY GOODMAN & McFARLAND B\S TIME CARO STEAMER \y II. STEADMAN I.KA V K tJT 1 NT A N A ! 8 o'clis'k a in. i\ S '• p- in. I / " ... p. 111 I.KAVK vK.I.ASCO: o'clock . . it. ill. ii::io " ii ¡m. 4:; 0 " 1 111. VELASCO'S ARTESIAN WELL. mm Depth 1,100 Feet. Flow 1,000.000 Callona Evéry Twen- ty-four Hours. LOCAL ITBMI TO THE PUBLIC. All subscriptions to the daily Times are payable to Mr. L. Hosnor, our city circulator, who is authorized to re- ceipt for same. And all persons in- debted to the Daily Timks for sub- scriptions since January 1st must pay him, as the daily subscription list is entirely separate from,'.he other busi- ness, Respectfully Goodman & McFarland. Kvervbodv ink<'« I he Times. Everybody reads The Times. Bargains in dry ¿foods at Kosen- strauch & Rogers. For any kind of upholstering, call on Cordon & Harrison. If you wear boots or slioes go and see Rosenstrauch & Rogers. See Charter Oak stoves at T. K. Howell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 11 February 1892

wall & Met, mi ran. 'WE PAY THE POSTAGE. CO R R ES PO N1) E X C E SO LICIT E D. VEIiASCO, TE3XA8> i ,■ 'DFKP WATER A PACT-NOT A PROMISE " •JvtJ r ' l" w j" ^ r-r -'' * jffjSj HBiaiiaiiimi • •■U.'rKi-K/:;::. ;•=:... •tjj.l?!. ¡' •TIím..'-. . ¡wf V -': : ' "• ■ " ? .w::i|:¿íii!fiiaiiiiii¡:i!!Íjl!5"V. ... ' " ,vts'y.^ -¡ -HnlfWi."-^rn■ >•- -¡.ijL J *<£ I,. . u^rrg 4V,A;,3 : , ' J x ' i ■£ • IHN " ■ •■ V.;¡:-T ; 'i'. P HI f ■ rivi ' *= íf{i; | r f.:::liii|| líiito ¡,itó033^ *"j¿£ ¡O* i ' ... - 4 ■ 9U i! &W¿t~' r i1 * —■ .. mi ilpilpi fit Slip vy raFfflll'ii! i' H tjc; «sfr.4.;: ?r:.T" HOUSTON .: tit • '"a mmm Mr. 1 i ;ii :• '*< n zmm' aaaELvVí UMBwt BJBDS EYE VIEW OF THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY The Velasco and Northern. tit conversation with Mr. W. M. I). Lee last night in regard to the 1J hi/oh ! & Northern railroad that han just been chartered to build from Velasco to Richmond, a Times reporter learned that the incorporators of this ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 12 February 1892

VOLUME 1. "Deep Water a Fact—Not a Promise." VE LASCO, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBKUARY 12, 18J12. NUMBER 5H á Wild Scenes of Pluiik ■I'lIK ¡'IRS!' Lot Jumpers Terrorize the Town of El Reno, PERRY & NORTHRUP, -TI IK- OLDEST REAL ESTATE MEN Ui'.M U HV I'KKMISSlns TO BRAZOS RIVER CHANNEL & DOCK CO. VELASCO NATIONAL BANK. Correspondence Solicited. YELA8G0 COMMISSION COMPANY, County Officers Join the Angry AT the mouth of the brazos river. Rush for Lots. The People *#* Ten choice 10 acre tracts one-half mile from Velasco, for Appeal to Gov. Seay for fruits and vegetables. Soil rich, mellow, samly loam, at $30 per acre Protection- | one-third cash, balance one and two years. (luTuniE, Oka., Feb. 11.—The , to add to the World's Fair fund. -Storage, Forwarding and <Jenera 1- Commission Merchants past forty-eight hours have Wit- nessed scenes of wild excitement at El lleno, Ok., that outrival any- thing ever seen in the territory. For tho Salo of <5RAIN, HAY, FLOUR, COUNTRY PRO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 12 February 1892

THE DAILY TIES. I80UKD EVKBY MOUSING BY GOODMAN 8 NICFARLAND BROS. From Times building, ooruer Front and South Kecond «treet. SUBSCRIPTION. BY CAKHIRIUI; rihiKlo oojuy ft cents Ono week .15 One month fiO " One year- tn advawe $500 nv maii.: One year in advance.. 15,00 SI* month* ... 8-Jjp Three month*. 'A®', All xubKcrlptlona will be promptly attended to. A. I) v mm si no:—-Rates made kuown on application. All subscriptions and advertising must be paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after 6 o'clock p. in. Thk Daily Times will be found for sale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as second class mall matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. EX-SENATOR BRUCE AND COTTON. On to Alvin. On to Houston. A big compress. On to Richmond. Two more railroads. A Ave million bushel grain ele- vator. The County...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 12 February 1892

1 I THE DAILY TIMES. A IBS t'ED EVERY MORNING BY GOODMAN & McFAHLAND B'S TIME CARD STEAM Kit W. II. STEADMAN. I.FA VK (¿flNTANA : 8 o'clock a m. 1 " 1>. m. I " p. m I.KA VK VKI.ASCIi: o'clock .a. tn. 11::#) " ii ¡m. 4:80 "... p.m. VELASCO'S ARTESIAN WELL. iff. Wy . Depth 1,100 Feet. Flow 1,000.000 Cailons Every Twen- ty-four Hours. LOCAL ITEMS. TO THE PUBLIC. All subscriptions to the daily Times are payable to Mr. L. Rosner, our city circulator, who is authorized to re- ceipt for same. And all persons in- debted to the Daily Times for sub- scriptions since January 1st must pay him, as the daily subscription list is entirely separate from the other busi- ness, Respectfully Goodman & McFaklanx . Evervbodv take* IiikTimkm. Everybody reads The Times. Bargains in dry goods at Rosen- strauch & Rogers. For any kind of upholstering, on Gordon & Harrison. call If you wear boots or shoes go and see Rosenstrauch <fc Rogers. If you want your moneys worth go to Roseustrau ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 12 February 1892

■ ii v WALL & NORFLEET,«< "WE PAY THE POSTAGE. CüKRKSi'OXDENX H . >UL]CITEI). VBtiASCO, TEXAS.K- ir« JU'JDDuaa !>KKI WATKJt A FACI'- -NOT A l'HOM ISK.' HOUSTON :á;"--S { s! -M&010.ÍIte; ¿see B1KDS EYE VIEW OF THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND Sl£EtBülLVI)JN(i COUNTRY r**w-rv\*r •Y*.-'-*-' '«mnama Another Christian Act. Mayfleld A Shannon have made a now departure. They announce that all prescription!! tilled for charitable purpose will be at cost. This is a generous and commendable offer and MARKET REPORTS. shows that the gontlemenly proprie- Calm's. To arrive in a few days a car load of Utah Irish potatoes and a car of alfalfa I seed, also one car of Mexican beans. ¡ VBLASCO Commission Co. Corrected Daily by James S. Wll- ¡ Ilam9, Commission Merchant. Gents' and ladles' gloves at bJ (Successor to Atkinson & Williams.] /T\^ tro poli ta 9 Loa 9 Offi^, 1 tors have hearts that beats in sympa- thy with those of the more unfortunate brothers. Drugs are a costly item ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 13 February 1892

A 66 Deep Water a. Fact—Not a* Promise. 99 VOLUME 1. VELASCO, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1892. NUMBER 5JI> ABBOT & MARMION, THE FIRST- REAL £ TATE MES ti 1 FIELD. * On Trial For l| Life Testan) Agsinst (lee, $e Slaye Editor Bowen, PERRY & NORTHRUP, 1 rfl * OLDEST REAL ESTATE MEN -refer bv permission to BRAZOS RIVER CHANNEL & DOCK CO. VELASCO NATIONAL BANK. ' A Dramatic Scene in the C urt Room A Young Lady Who Witnesses Wit* Correspondence Solicited. VELASCO COMMISSION COMPANY, nessed the Tragedy. AT THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER. «erTen choice 10 acre tract one-half mile* from Velasco, for fruits and vegetables. Soil riehy mellow, saady loam, t #50 per acre one-third cash, balance one and two years. -Storage, Forwarding and (jen era I- Commission Merchants For the Sale of (¿RAIN, HAY, FLOUR, COUNTRY PRODUCE, FRUIT, FISH. POULTRY BUTTER AND ECUS, Provisons, Cotton, Wool, Hides and Pelts earCoj-resptrndoiU'e, Orders ¡mil Con.siKiunentK .Solicitad If vmi have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 13 February 1892

THE DAILY TIMES. I88UKD EVEKY MORNING BT GOODMAN 5 MCFARLAND BROS. From Times building, corner Front and Houth Heoond «treet. subscription. BY «AKKIKKH; single cfipT 5 cen * rtne week IS < >no month JJJ} Ono year- 'n ail ranee . S5-00 by ma 11.: One year In advance.. • • f.00 Mx inoulliM 00 Three month* 2.00 , All Kiilíwrlpíknm will Im! promptly attended to. Aijvkrtisino:—ItatoB made known on application. All subscription! and adverting1 must be paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after 6 o'clock p. m.* Thk Daily Times will be found for «ale on all trains, txfets and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as second class mail matter. A11 communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. Velaaoo will have live railroads in less than twelve monthB. Velasco is destined to be the largest beef exporting city in the ¡United States. Out of Rhym...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 13 February 1892

THE DAILY TIMES. y issued every morning by GOODMAN & MoFARLAND B'S time: CARD steamer w. ii. steadman. & • o'clock 2 t o'clock 11:30 M 4:i« " LEA VK griSTANA : i.kavb vf.lakco! a- in. p. in. p. m a. in. a ¡m. p in. LOCAL. ITBMI TO THE PUBLIC. All subscriptions to the daily Times aro payable to Mr. L. Rosner, our city circulator, who is authorized to re- ceipt for same. And all persons in- debted to the Daily Times lor sub- scriptions since January 1st must pay him, as the daily subscription list is entirely separate from the other busi- ness, Respectfully , Goodman & McFahland. E'-ervb'idv utk<- The Times. Everybody reads The Times. (Jo to Vaughan's for your Hardware. If you want hardware Vaughan has it. Space in the Sunday Time.} very reasonable. For hardware of all kinds go to R. I). Vaughan's. Bargains in dry goods at Rosen- strauch & Rogers. For any kind of upholstering, call on Gordon & Harrison. If you wear boots or shoes go and see Rosenstrauch & Ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 13 February 1892

WALL & NQRFLEET.«« "WE PAY THE POSTAGE. CORKKSPONDENCIi SOL IC IT !• D. VELASCO, TEXAS.* "DEEP WATEH A FACT—MOT A PROMISE. HSE 111 IfliPpP r**M V ; .Ml r Tl £#!>$ W' '''JIJ? . ' '> • ' JMllK.lMB'If i íwjji "(•'j-!¡«i':w 't - áí'l-3; ¡-'siliifi'v'.-í S®ü 1 - .-trufri 4 '-*T- 1 =í ■ " '" "eJ¡" ~°í ' P?*^ "" . ' -Tí - > ' WmSP#®'™"'- IMPS!:" . 5Pi? :.'!"?'. a* «aaiMCÉ xtm t.<" ft Wpíff;HK|plf\ "ffljp-t iifel;l,jj¡" -<tjjjjfe¡'? • J-m 'M " * V?1-•^ÍsSJS^Ep'^'. "i11! - '>. «£■, J " - --:.i: f -.¥■-%.> i tn:Ja|>Mge|gijáfr| 1 « " .a¿í ■■ «?■> i ,-J " i ry ' ■ í !!$' ¡riftar tali J1 «■ v:«íj-! wstok iPlll ■*>—■' - iPHftW* mm ■ * •' ■ ^:m fi-r Tít{TK\<:/ ¿JB&mghaL* BIRDS EYE VIEW OF THE MOUTH OP THE BEAZOS RIVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY \ Thtrty Thousand a Day. is the way Mahoney & Swausou turn out pressed brick in their steam l riok manufacturing machine. They had turned out and put to dry, thirty thousand bricks by 4 o'clock yesterday. To Trade. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 February 1892

"' t"- «,*• %la|£o 64 Deep Water a Fact—Not a* Promise. 99 VOLUME 1. VEL A.SCO TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUABY 14 1892. NUMBER 60 ABBOT & MARMION, #f are on their way to the Emerald -THK FIRST- * ML DIB MEN DUE FID. * A GEORGIA BELLE CONCEIVED THE NEW FAMOUS EMBLEM. \ kkkkr by permission to BRAZOS RIVER CHANNEL & DOCK CO., VELASCO NATIONAL BANK. Correspondence Solicited. VELASCO COMMISSION COMPANY, Storage, Forwarding ami General The Story as Told to DlrectorStos- •on of the Texas Wheeled Exhibit. Commission Merchants ft For the .Sale of <«RAIN, HAY, FLOUR, COUNTRY PRODUCE, FRUIT, FISH, POULTRY BUTTER AND FOGS, Provisons, Cotton, Wool, Hides and Pelts itarCorrespouduiu't', Orders and Consignment Solicited If you lnive anything to sell that you do not wish to ship on market, write us and describe it and we.will find a market for you. Velasco, Texas. Buy Your Feed FROM B. A. BUCK & CO., ■ Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Hay9 Corn, Oats, Bran and Cot- ton. Seed Meal. COR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 February 1892

THE DAILY TIMES. ihsukd every mousing by GOODMAN 8 MCFARLAND BROS. From Times building, corner Front and Houth Second street. SUBSCRIPTION, nv i'ahbikhh ; ^IiikIc «•< ! >* '> í'i'ntft. One week l.r> Oii<* luouth .riO " On« yenr- <u advance $.r>-00 h y mam.: One year In mlvamt! SVIO Sis months . .'MX' Three monthw '400 All tiubNcrititloiiN will be prompt!)' uttcmlea to. Advertising:—Rates made known on application. All «ubncriptions and advertiuinK must be paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after 0 o'clock p. m. The Daily Times will lie found for sale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as second class mall matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daii.y Times, Velasco, Texas. A FULL REPORT Of the In the course of our investiga- tion, notwithstanding the courte- ! o us assistance of others we found _ ,i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 February 1892

WHAT HE BELIEVES. A SERMON DETAILING THE CREED OF DR. TALMAGE. HU Wonl« Have No l>nr*rt ln Hound. "Trimt, hi hihI Ob*jr the Lord.*' Till* I* tlie lieginnlng, nnd the Middle. and the Kml. Brooklyn. Feb. 14. -AttheTaber naclt" service this morning, after the usual reading of the Scripture*!, the cougregatiou wang- JetiUn ehalt toiicri where'er the «un l oth hi successive journeys run. The seruiou which followed was apparently suggested by the «torro of theological controversy now rag ing iu the churches, lu these times, wheii it is quite uncertain what many of the clergy really do believe, thin sermon makes it very plain what the pa tor of the Brooklyn Tabernacle be limes. His text wa* taken from Luke vi. 17. 'And he came do*vu with them and stood in the plain." Christ on the mountains is a fre quent study. We have seen him on the Mount of Olives. Mount of Beat! tudes. Mount Monah. Mount Calvary Mount of Ascension, and it is glori ous to study him on these great nat ural elevations...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 February 1892

OF LIFE AND DEATH Wo (Hiked of lift) and death. She I "Whichever of ua two tlret die# Shall oouie back from amonte t he dead And teach hie friend tbeee lujrelerlea." Shu died laat night, and all thl* day I «wear that things of every kind Are trying, trying to oonvey Some meeeage to my troubled mind. I looked up from my tears erewhlle: That white roue dying in the cup Waa gazing at me with her «mile; It blushed her blush aa I looked up. It paled then with an agony Of effort to tell me alight That would, 1 think, tiring peace to me Could 1 but guess, aud I cannot. And when the wind rose at my dpor, It clamored with a plaintive din. Like some poor creature begging sore To be let In; I let it in. It blew my light out; round my bead It whirled, and swiftly in my ear Had whispered something ere it fled; It had her voice, so low, so dear. The looklug glass this livelong day Has worn that curious, meaning air: I feel it when I look away Reflecting things that are not there. For hours no bre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 February 1892

VOLUME 1. "Deep Water a Fact—Not a, Promise." VELASCO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1892. NUMBER 60 PERRY & NORTHRUP, ™s cm. k OLDEST REAL ESTATE MEN AT THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER. HSr* Ten choice 10 acre tracts one-half mile from Velasco, for FANTASTIC AND IMAGINARY, fruits and vegetables. Soil rich, mellow, sandy loam, at ^50 per acre Í one-third cash, balance one and two years. As Well as Laughable, are the the Events on the Border. He Writes to President Harrison and Argues a Point, /T^tropolitap l^oai? Offi^, Horkan 3c Co., Props. x. -THE- BEACH HOTEL QUINTANA, TEXAS, CIRS. 33- E. TEIfcTKIE&TS, Proprietress. -- • 5HE BEACH is now open for the season and is the neatest and most comfortable ]>lace iu Quintana or Velasco. THE BEACH is situated near the surf, and has recently been thorouuhey finished, and is neatly furnished. Mrs. Jenkins thoroughly understands the hotel business, hav- ing recently moved from Eagle Lake where she ran the popular Drummers' Home,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 February 1892

THE DAILY TIMES. issued eveky mokn1ng by GOODMAN I MCFARLAND BROS. From Tjmks building, corner Front and South Second street. SUBSCRIPTION. «v c ahkikrn; SIiikIc i* py ... * it-ntst Ono week 15 One month. 50 " Ono year- -In <lvanc:o V>-00 hy maii,: One year in advance 99,00 Six month h .. H.(I0 Three mouth* '¿00 All sulmeriptio will be promptly attended to. Advertising:—Hates made known on application. All subscriptions and advertising must be paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion irom this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after 6 o'clock p. m. Thk DaUíY Tjmks will be found for sale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as second class mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. HAYSEEDS LIKE ME. I once was the tool of oppression, And as green as a sucker could l>e, And monopolies handed together To beat a poor hayseed like me. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 February 1892

i THE DAILY TIMES. 1ss1kd kvkky mokniso by GOODMAN & McPAULANP B'S TIME STEAM Kit W. H. steadma.v dock o'clock 11:30 •' 4:30 " I.KA VK iJttSTANA ; t.kavk vki.am'u: II 11). I . 111. p. Ill II. 111. II ¡I . |. 111. Large blankets at $1 a pair, at Xu88baum agent. Bargains in dry ¿roods at ltosen- straueh & Rogers. Blank uotee for sale at The Times Job office. The best shoes to lie bad at the auc- tion house. Yaleutluesin great variety at Joe Kchulu's. Ice cold l>eer always on tap at the Mechanics Kxchange saloon. We are pleaseti to announce that K. i W. Emnious has received the ap- poiutinent as agent for the National Co-Operative Building and Invest- ment Association oí Deuver, for Ura- turia County. No more worthy and euorgetie young man could have been selected for their agent tliau Mr. Em- mons. He stands high as a thorough i business man,ami is a rustler from1 the woril go. Already be has succeeded in placing a number ol loans 1$ this city. The company be represents is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 February 1892

WALL & NORFLEET,8111 ™ "WE PAY THE POSTAGE.' CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. VE3L.A8CO, TEXAS.* "DFEP WATER A FACT--NOT A PROMISE.', ■psa* : s!<S; iii ..yJ" j j-ji' fffSpi mm _ . ¿ r: %'4¿r i=~ ■ ■ 1.1 =_¡ /: ,1 !i"srSi "3-SHcSr'^ u-'jr • ; IP* Ls&irVi ■Hi!: ■ M^r:' ■ ,• , H§J ^ || HOUSTON :®v , ' j .!!: ,:¡- t.'"" ig1'3si.fi mBm — rsr. SmPBI ; - , :T;. "i:.."-. I SfiS BIRDS EYE VIEW OF THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY HE MILKED THE COW8. Ad Incident of the l)uyi When Candi- date* for Office Huntied for Vote*. In one congressional campaign Mr. Harris and his competitor sturujied the county together and spent tbe nights at the fanners' houses. Late one afternoon, after a long day's ride on horseback, they drew rein l>efore the humble dwelling of Mr. Scott, an aged agriculture of acknowledged influence in his dis trict, but whose store of worldly goods was not to be compared tot bat of some of our modern money kings The Scotts did not even employ a servant...

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