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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 April 1892

[ i ■ NICARAGUA CANAL ) I A Conven ion Wanted to Push This Great Scheme to Successful Issue. TWO WOMEN MEET A FIERY DEATH. A Jealous Husband Kills His Wile, «booth Her Lover aud Titea Slays Himself. San Francisco, Cal.. April 26.— An address to the American people has been prepared by the committee appomteu to arrange for a national Nicaragua canal convention at St. Louis next June. The committee sub- mits that in this age of commercial activity the United States must push trade and commerce or it will lose its foreign market and suffer tinancial de- pression. The committee holds com- mercially that nothing within the range of thought will accomplish so much for the country as the building of this greut waterway. It will shorten the distance by sea between the Atlantic ana Pacific coasts 10.000 miles and from the Pacific to Kurope 7000 miles. It will open the com- merce of the Pacific with the valley of the Mississippi gulf states and the val- ley of the Mississippi gulf states and ...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 April 1892

•7PWK3WP[WW¡Í; ' Growing' Wiser—The ideograph)' and I bare fraction a'-ove actual cost on (in* H r«r*. Allow of 'ft)<ila>. ¡ eaeu caj«i. Tbis wi'l enable i" The raisingof Hum trolling and rile- As the world grown wlner it glow rule out nil pialo matter. Wu are in# stock ím nu industry thai Texas better. With the present advanced striving to prefect ii to the people >f Ve- farmers and ranchmen should ink* facilities for tlie dissemination ol liuth lasco and the inquisitive world abroad hold of Ineuri.est and If the farmers of it is an unpardonable offence aguiuat a purely representative Journal. lira/orla, Matagorda, Wharton and that general principle known the , Without your aid and corporation we other countles near the coast wouM world over as the eternal Illness ofcannot possibly do so. Tim 11 • ««, couple tins industry with farmiug and things for ignorance of the true geo-« will in a few days open distributing other braucnes of stock raising they graphy of Texas to long...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 5 May 1892

w' Ms VOL. 1. "Deep Water a Kaet>-*Not a Promise." VELASCO, BItAZOIA CO., rEXAS,/^HURSDAY, MAY 5. 1892. NO. 34 TEXAS EXHIBIT CARS. *ii P VIMTED BY A CITY OF «0,000 SOULS. Producís of the Farm, the Orchard Mines SurpaNN «11 Other The Evansville, Indiana Trib- une has the following to say oí tre Hubbard-Slosson Texas ex- hibit pars now making their gratad annual rounds through the western states: Two great railroad systems, the International & Great Northern and ' le Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe, furi \ed the two coaches, fitted upvand decorated especially for this purpose, and the names of each are prominent; also artistic- ally painted signs above and on the sides of the cars which say: j "We exhibit the empire of Texas," "Texas has no mortgaged home- steads," "Texas out of debt and her taxes lower than any state," "Texas public school fund $100, 000,000," etc., etc. As you enter the I. & G. N. car you are confronted with an artistic "Lone Star," the emblem of Texas, made...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 5 May 1892

fije Melasro Simes. OOOOMAN * McFARLANT VO.ASCO. i 7" TEXAS. A man ootííeíod of enthusiasm for great encía Ja sustained amid petty hostilities by the memory of treat workers who Lai to light thoir way. nnd who hovor in his mind as patron •oídta, iuvisibly helping. Trie occurrence of a lynching at any plane Implies tbo non-existence or non-fulfillment of a law covering: the crime whloh caused the lynching. and points to an imperfect state of society. The way to Mop them is to begin at the beginning and punish murderers and ponUb triem promptly. Then tbo newelty or alleged necessity kir lynohtaigs will quickly disappear. It rs natural and necessary that tfco trousors of man should bag at the knoos. II te il'íiiíáturai nnO unneces- sary to oppose this tendency; n'fld the ninety and nine who look down and see their kneepaos outlined and mag- nified midway of their trousers legs should feci pride and not humiliation in the presenco of tho one whoso trousers lees conform to the oqutttboo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 5 May 1892

F. 'August Flower 99 "What is August Flower for?" As easily answered as asked. It is for Dyspepsia. It is a special rem- «dy for the Stomach and Liver.— Nothing more than this. We believe August Flower cures Dyspepsia. We know it will. We have reasons for knowing it. To-day it has an honored place in every town and country t.tore, possesses one of the largest manufacturing plants in the country, and sells everywhere. The reason is simple. It does one thing, and does it right. It cures dyspepsia® imuCMMH CARTERS ¡TftE K tie Pilla/ I hewn Ltft They also relievo Dis tru* from D.v«pai l&,In- digestion and TooHetrtv Eating. K ram- etlv for Diz¿!n«s,Nat;<>oa UrowtiueM, llad Ta t<- iu tha Month. Coated Tung'it.raiti iu the Hide. TO It HID LIVEK. They repulat* the Bowels. Puraly Vegetable. Pries 25 Cent . CASTER MEDICINE CO., NSWYOiS. Small PMI. Small Dose, Small Price. ) Cottolene Beats the Best LARD In the WORLD For all kind of r«. TRY IT. a MADE BY PL K. FAIRBANKS CO., ST. L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 5 May 1892

THE VELflSCO TIMES. THE T!1US PUBLISHING COMPANY TCiitcml at the pontofifci' in W1hm*o, Itru/orfa Comity. Texu*, ün Hocotir! Ha * mall matti r BEADY PB1HT IK NEWSPAPERS. PUBLISHED EVERY THUR80AY. ADVERTISING RATIS. One Inch One Issue 11.00 ¡Onetnoh One Month 2.00 ' Two Inohes One Month <.00 'Poortuches One Month 7.00 Inches One Month 10.00 RATB8 OP 8ÜB8CIPTION. One Year $2.00 81* Months 1.00 Three Months 76 Single Copy 8 TO ONE AND ALL. Extra efforts are now being made and extra expenses incurred by The Times editors to give the people of Velasco a paper in keep- ing with the growth aud future prospects of VelaBCO. Now let the business men of Velasco sec- ond our move by placing their business in The Times, which will aid us in presenting Velasco in a most acceptable maimer to the outside world. Also, \vu desire to say to each and all, please report to any one of The Times editors every item of note that you may know. Our purpose is to gather items, incidents, current local news,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 5 May 1892

l'r , Highest of all in Leavening Power.—- Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE BRAZORIA BALL. I"HE VELASCO TIMES. THE TZXE3 PUBLISHING COMPANY. Bkaiohia, Texas, April «0. —Our unusually quiet little town was the scene of a grand social event last night. The beauty and gailautry of the whole oouuty including Columbia, Quiutana, Velasco aud other poiuls, -uiet at Bra- zoria to atteud our seo^ud grand so- ciety ball, given by the young people of the historio city on the HrazoB. The hall was beautifully and appropriate- ly decorated for the -rteasion which added new life to those participating ; °t the Pioiii Tliur*«liiv'* Dally. Dr. Brunner, of Oyster Creek, was In the city yesterday. J. B. Bailleux and Oscar Schneider weut up to Bellvlllee yesterday. The Drisdale brothers of Flatonia returned after spending a day in the deep water olty. Hon. B. F. Adams and J. E. Out- house, of Presidio county returned to their home yesterday. General mauager, M. P. Morrlssey, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 5 May 1892

FLOWINO FOH TUB ASURE. FRENCH FEMALE CONVICTS. A B«mlnl c*n(<« of Ik* Kwrtjr Dm y la t California Town. "I was wull acquainted with Jack Stewart who died at Old Town nnd I will never forget the timo lie und I plowed up a good portion of Xorth Ieland or burled treasure;" said Water ®ro < omnilasloner Jack Klliott to a Sua Diego reporter. "Away back Id the lortifs .lacle ¡Stewart and a man named Iinmino.id were each agents for two Eastern firms of hide buyers and had their hldohouHos at l.a 1'Iuya. The companies would send out ships cnce a year with supplies for this teriltory and return with cnrgocs of hides. "Hammond always had lots of money, which ho loanod out to ranch- or*. If a man wauted $5, 00) to $<¡, (X)0. or ovo., a largor Mini, ho would call on Hammond, say to-day. Hammond would tell h!ni to como back to-morrow *Ld be could htivo it Purine tho night. Hammond would l'-nvo tho iiiduhouse und bo go no probably threo or four hours, but lie always had t!io gold tho nex...

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

¡> > A. MOTHER'S CRIME. £1 te Placed Behind Prison Wafl CV.arped With thfi Murder cf Her Babe. HAILSTONES AS LAPGE AS HEN EGGS. | m(i Tailor, a Colore* firnd, li Arretted, Charged Willi Beat* lot Ull Daughter to liMlh( PAlfrs, Tel., May 3*—Ida Sholton. a White woman about 36 years of age. was placed in jail by Deputy Marshal Andy Fryer at Coalite, 1. T. She is charged with the murder of her babe, about ten days old. The dead body of a baby was found in a creek bottom not far from where she was stopping, partly devoured by wolves. Its skull was crushed. Some articles of bloody CiOtbiug were .found in her possession. / Cae Uta Throat. ' Houston, Tex., April 29.—Yester- day morning, between 9 and 10 o'clock, A. Jj. McCoy, an ex-conductor on the Houston and Texas Central railroad, «committed suicide, using- a razor. He-cut his throat from the lower part of the left ear around nearly to the ¡right. There were three or four persons who saw him. bnt none were near enough to prevent t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 5 May 1892

2 J.! : « --W W W;. •>«;' 4\rt ><\*V .!... .... ■•'•, *;.«wffc..r . ,. ^:^;U^íW'K.x'■ «*>.:..■<••■- .-• ,: .• ^WWh ■ * ■ ■:* '^V*-'-'"*yi- • >■■ •■ ftnW !*•* •" «*1;-« . ■ ♦ rw. >". • -; ■ <■'- ' -W< 71 ^ "■ ,r THE WATER SUPPLY IN TEXAS. I VeUtco, The Deep Water Port Of The Trans-MlssUitlppi Country. There is no one thing that iur- niahes the average Texas croaker abroad and at home with bo much ready capital for vituperation as the lack of water supply. The toughest problem that the writer found to solve satisfactorily du ring his immigration experience among the good people of the northwest in 1890 and 1891 was the supply in Texas of water for man and beast. They lose sight altogether of the great law of com- pensation in the boundless store- house of nature. They forget that already in every part of this great state wherever science has been invoked, every crude feature has disappeared, and civilization with all its perfecting influences and domestic bl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 12 May 1892

\fSr&Wry,;vf*. •"'üffF*'™ •• bw¡ IdasáT l VOL. 1. "Deep Water a Fact—a Promise." VELASCO, BR AZOTA CO., TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 12. 1892. NO. 35 BRAZORIA COUNTY. THE SEMI-TROPICAL REfUON OF TEXAS. It* Area, Products Resources and j Deep Water Advantage*. Brazoria county belongs to ihe| If k couuties known as Semi ¡ Texas. The reader can ¡ best comprehend this grand divi-1 sion oí Texas by spreading a rail- road map before him, and from Velasco as a focus draw a radius to Waco, thence describe a com- plete circle around said focal point, back to beginning. With- in this area we have nearly one- fourth of the entire state. Num- bering about 42,500,000 acres with a population of nearly 1,000,000 of inhabitants. Within this area are all the chief cities of Texas except two; embracing the entire gulf ^eoast of the state and in which is situated Velasco—the only deep Wfttcr port in Texas. It is within this area that the varied products of the whole continent are abund- antly produced; as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 12 May 1892

ihMÉIÉIHHkIÉI *W<? r i I I i R T"*- 1 L9AD1E57 Kmpfrnr FrMiIerlok'a llrm When the Lord me sorrow sends, lift me ticur it patiently; Lifting up tho heart in prayer, Comfort lie will not deny. Therefore, let there come wht1 will, In the Lord my heart I «till. Though the heart I often weak, Ir. despair and all forlorn. When In days of utmost pain, Not a clay of joy will dawn; Tell It: Let there come what will, In tire Lord all palrt Is still. So 1 pray, o Lord, my God, That my faith and hope may staiul. Then no care I luiow, nor need, (iiilded ever l>y Thy Hand! Tin refore, let there ruine what will, i i th' Lord my heart I • >tlll. The I'ohIIIoii of the Wife. Mrs. 1'Vnwiclf Miller lias liei'n tiillc- injj to linj^lish women aliont tlin trials HikI coiiilx'llKiitions of wifehood. Slie tilids tliat wives even of men of the richer class earn their living as hardly as do their husbands. There isso much to arrange and so much to do by the inistTi'sB, even when servants are kept. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 12 May 1892

SICKENING TRAGEDY! I Two Men Ground to Dea'h B^nea'..! the Wheels cf a Locomotive. I AN ALDERMAN ARRESTED FOR THEFT. A Mick riwi l t.el* Oil mill u dox t out iliuitlti One ThoUkUiltl Milt it Dollar . San Antc.mu Tex.. May 1". — Louis Sein and Charles N o IT, iwo oighly re- spected anu wealthy citizens. were driving yesterday evening in a one- horse vehicle at The crossing of the International railway and Commerce street when a freight train was pars- ing in front of them, aim they stopped to let it pass. The freight passed on, no Hay was .shown, as the coroner stated. and when the freight train cleared the traen they started to cross, but a switch engine followed close in the rear of the freight, not more than 100 yards or so. so that neither Sein nor NetT couiu see it. The result was that Sein and Nell were ground to death beneath the wheels of the switch engine. Justice Herrón was called to hold the inquest. Destructive Niorni. STKi'HKNViM.K, Tex.. May it.—M. Doyle, foreman of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 12 May 1892

THE VELASCO TIMES. TEE TXKES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Nt'HOOLN AND RAILWAY KNTEB- PRIHEM IN TEXAN. The new census 1890, says Mr. ! Gaston Meslier, general passen-¡ Knt«red «t thu poittiffli'c in Veiuwo, Hruzoriii j ger and ticket agent of the M. K. i county. Tex *,« «ucond iUh* m«ii mutu r & x. railway, shows an increase of population in Texas of 630,471, or, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ADVERTISING RATH. One Inoh One Ixaue JI .00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inehe One Month -*.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUB8CIPTION. One Year fci.00 Six. Months 1.00 Three Months 7o Single Copy 5 The ways and means committee in congress have decided that Mexican silver crude ore may be imported free of charge. Jay Gould is quite sick in his car at Albuquerque, and will not be able to carry out his program- me as first intended when he left El Paso last week. The Cuero Bulletin is opposed to the paternalistic legislation that will provide free bread lor the hungry, ad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 12 May 1892

fHE VELASGO TIMES. Hffy > H / THE TIMES PUBLISHING COUP ANY. ! I personal mention B. C. F. Leonard, of Galveston, is j at the Velasco. W. A. McGuire, of St. Paul, Minu., I is at the Pearl Hotel. J. Kahn, one of Galveston's leading traveling men, is in the city. R. W. Humphray, a promluentciti- zen of Houston, is at the Velasco. 1'. J. Payne and two small sons, of Quintana, went up to Houston yester- day. W. A. Sanson, one of our leadlug citizens, left for Wootan WellB yester- day. V. Tauchen, the tailor, has moved into bis new quarters formerly occu- pied by Moulder & Gregg. Messrs. W. M. D.Lee and G. W. Angle returned Irom Houston yester- day evening, wheie they have been on business. T. N. Humason, representing that popular music bouse, Thos. Gog- .gan A Bro., of Galveston, is in the city today. Col. M. S. Munson and so:i, Capt. Henry Munson, of Oyster Creek, came down yesterday and will be present at the convention today. Chas. F. Cbapiu, of San Antonio, left for Colorado ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 12 May 1892

Sl)c Utlasto 8imf0. THE LEARNED CONDUCTOR. HI* <ientl« Krproof of the l'rnud Huston The Saratogo Miracle GOODMAN & McFARLAND. VELASOC), : : i tho expenso of a young woman and a ! LXAS. j (1(U. conductor who is a gruduuto of • - - , Harvard, writes Arlo Putos in his Hos- Oreat wealth in a woman tends tc | ton letter. 'J he tale may or may not keop at a distance both the proud and j truu' l,ut,,,Íl '',aw "!Jl H00*1 "Y .e*i , . , , , ... i iiv-1 Porienoo in life that that little detail tho humble, leaving tho unhappy 11 •, ^ hd() tQ havy ai,yt|MU}f l(J do wilh bait to be snapped at by tho liaruy c¡j.cuiat¡(,n of a story. The horn and tho greedy. uf the incident was and indeed "till is a handsome fellow of tho romantic type over which girls sigh at a certain (ilrl Wlio SniiblM-il Him. A story la going the rounds here at FURTHER INVESTIGATED BY AN EXPRESS REPORTER. Thinkkus aro scarce as gold but be whose thought embraces all his subject, pursues It uninterruptedly, nnd fearless o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 12 May 1892

) -i Wí I THE FARM AND HOME onr enjoys Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs Í3 taken; it Í8 pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acta sentlyyet promptly on the Kidueya, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, head- aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced, pleasing to the taete and ac- ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its actiou and 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 raoft popular remedy known. Syrup or Fijrs is for sale in 50o and 81 bottles by all leading drug- gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on Jiaiid will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CG. S. V FfíMQMO, CAL. tniWiuuie- Cd. turn unfit- «Lit 99 "German Syrup I am a farmer at Edom, Texas. 1 have used...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 12 May 1892

COME TO TEXAS. stand her portals, while with iii i { ,-í her great full heart Hhe bi<lts ;i!l n.t- It luav ho a mutter of inquiry by tons to wend their ships ludeiied families living in other states ot this 1'nion why the Texas press in return to their homes the pro- and accepted: IteNuiiitioiiM on Road*. At the mass meeting of citizens of A I v¡11 hikI vicinity lust Saturday to PERRY & NORTHRUP, consider the questiou of public road* with their eommodilies, and ean> tne following resolutions were offered is so loud and persistant in conn- duets, not only of tliis great state, aclling them to eome to Texas, but of the entire trans-Mississippi Thk Timks can easily answer the country. inquiry and heartily insist that all w ho are not prospering in the old states to examine, .our repre- sentations. I. ltecause it is to your imme- diate interest and those dependent the comforts of this life. li. Because there is unoccupied territory enough in Texas to sus- sain the entire popul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 19 May 1892

•7 VOL. 1. "Deep Water a Fact Not a Promise." . ~ "... ~... VELASCO, BRAZOIA CO., rEX AS, THURSDAY, MAY 11). 18i>2. NO. m * GEORGE CLARK AT NAYASOTA. NOT A> ACRE RECOVERED TO THE STATE. V Victim ol" llosir's Attack 011 l.aml Titles. .Judge Clark next took up (¡ov- ernor Hogg's boast of recovering lauds for the state. "Ho says he recovered a million and a quarter acivs of land. Now the governor is a magnificent mag- nifier on occasions. Notwithstand- ing life is short and uncertain, I read his Wills Point speech. Mc- Gaughty gave him a certificate squinting that way, but old Me was too smart to get exactly in line with him. I tell you in the face of all that he never recover- one acre of land lor the state." lie alluded to 87,000 acres owed by the Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio railroad which the saults 011 capital and his foolish suits, with breaking down the credit of your cities and towns so that the people are not able to get the money that they absolutely need, but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 19 May 1892

SOME MEXICAN GHOSTS. TWO AMERICANS ROUGHLY HANDLED BY THEM. Tltr>y Will Not Allutv Workmnn to Inter- fere Wltli Tliulr Aliudu — Mt(litl/ Iltvi'U of u llaiiil of 1: v 11 SjilrlU lit n Killn. ill til O it was Armi-il In ono of tlio eastern suburbs of this city stands, or rather lios, a heap of ruins, which, for over 100 yeatv, so says tradition, lias bonio tho reputa- tion of being thu rendezvous of evil spirits and dreadful spooks, who muko the nights ho hideous with their revels that the neighborhood is shunned by all. In conse juencu of this no dwell- ings are to be found near the old ruin, though a few years ago an American, Hy Johnson, purchased tho site of the ancient building and tho ground for eonie dlstanco around, says a ( ,'lty of Mexico letter in the Philadelphia Timos, and erected u number of neat cottages to rent in defiance of tho ghosts. Jle resolved to pass a night ruin, and see who and what that caused the disturbance. with a good rillo and revolvers, and accompan...

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