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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 19 May 1892

RUSTLER SITUATION. 'Í Another Band of Texans Said to Have Cccn Imported by the Stockmen. FRACTURED HIS STEPFATHER'S SKULL A Brcuk In Honne Curro l,evpp, UOO Feet Wide and live eet Deep, ( uuti'i InruilueHi Buffalo. Wyo., May 17.—The deputies who went out Friday to the Hoe ranch for additional witnesses to the killing of (Jeorge Willmun have not returned. Alex Lawther, one of the stockmen who was at the ranch, is dead. Kid Donnelley and J i in Tay- lor came in from Powder river, hav- ing lied from their ranches because of the warning given them that the stockmen are sending another band of Texans into the region to clean out the country. They : eported several persons had teen bands of strangers uround railroad towns and concentrat- ing in the vicinity of this place. Scouts are being sent out. Fractured Ilia St cpf utlier'* Kknll. AkdmOKK, I. T., May 17.— News just reached here yesterday of nn af- fray between a man nifti his stepson near Woodford on the MeLano farm. While splitting ...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 19 May 1892

Ijppr- THE VELASGO TIMES. THE FLOODS OF lK á. The cities along the Mississippi and tIk* Missouri rivers, nii(l the line farniK an.I homes throughout their great vallics' have al- ways dreaded the spring rise. There has alwavs been some PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. auü „,s8 -l.v in ~~i those regions caused by these periodical THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Knlcrod lit tin- postoflW In V«1hm-o, Urn/nri« Cnunlv, Tcx:i". iiv .«'• mul < in« • m ill iinttu r ADVERTISING RATE8. Due Inch One T*hiio ()no Ineh Ono Month. Two JnchoH Ono Month Four Inches Ono Month Six ruches Ono Month . freshets. Hut the #1 00 ' o'oft ¡ ir«f#h<ít ol'Wyíi >viU i'Ottiiúu at the j'riiv '"'"'i ' 1¡,; record lor a long time ... lo.OO!us the highest rise and the long- RATES OF subscription. ,,,s^ '11 duration ol any perhaps lor ()m, y oar .92.00' a long time to come, as well as ex- Six Month* l."0j celling the record of past years- Three Months 7.j . , Singlo Copy 5, for many .\ears hack. I he St. Louis Republi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 19 May 1892

/ J / /A X THE VELA8G0 TIMES. THS TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From WiMlicsilny' > Daily. The schooner Mumk> left tor dal- v os ton yesterday alter having dis- charged her cargo of merchandise, t otht, come, neighbor, don't 1>c so • uneasy about Velusco. Velasco is till right. the question is. are you all rlglit '.' J. Uosenstrauch lias rented the building adjoining the World olllco and will open a dry good store in a tew days. The k ten in tug Mollle Molir went up the river yesterday with a tow of I target) to 1h> used In bringing down brush for tin*Jetties. The fjuostioii of incorporing the oily seem" hi lie gaining ground every day there is little doubt but that the Vneasure will carry when it is voted upon. A negro entered the up-slall's of the Live Oak saloon Sunday night lor the purposeof theft but was soared away before he succeeded in getting hold otanything. The Times invito correspondence. Let what you say be of public Inter. *^st. Also all questions that may be s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 19 May 1892

Stye Ucl«0to 5intf0. GOODMAN & McFARLAND. VELASCO, : : TEXAS. TEMPORA. MUTANTUR. Tut: hemic soul doe no seUlts ju - t'co aud it- nobleness. It (loen no ask to dine nicely and to sloop warm. The essence of greatness is the per ceptlon that virtue in enough. Pov erty is its ornament. It dons not need plenty, and can very well abido its losa. TuorsAxn.H of men are like a wax candle in an empty room, which some ono hat* kindled and placed there. It spends its whole life in burning itself out and does pood to none. Many a man commences and burns the vrlck o.' life, using it up, and throwing his light out upon nobody. lio U a light to himself—that is all. The present condition of the coun- try roads is amazing whon we con- eider tho progress of civilization in other directions. It is only in tho matter of highways that tho people have made no advance from tho pio- neer period. If improvements in other respects had dopendod on bettor thoroughfares wo would bo still strug- gling helples...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 19 May 1892

I "August í Flower" " Eight doctors treated rne for Heart Disease and one for Rheumatism, i 'but did me no good. I could not speak aloud. Everything that I took into the Stomrch distressed me. I could not sleep. I had taken all .kinds of medicines. Through a neighbor I got oue of your books. • i procured a bottle of Green's Attg- |txst Flower and took it. I am to-day stout, hearty and strong aud enjoy ;the best of health. August Flower 'saved my life and gave me my health. Mrs. Sarah J Cox, Defiance, O. 4Í mu PILLS. i'oolil ely«'inv<l ;>y tin**!' Lit lie 1*1I!«. They also rel eve Pis- tres* from l)j H!>ep«ia,In iligeatiotiun.lTooUoarty l'aliug A porfoct ivm. edy for Dizziness.Muit'int Dl'OWsilKMH, Hud Taste in tho Mouth. Coated Tongue.Pain in the Side TOItllD LIVKlt. They regulat* the llowel* '1'urely Vegetable, l'rlcf sr. Cents. CASTER MEDICINE CO., U2WY0AK. < -Small PHI. Small Dose, Small Price. \ '«HBHHBJHHB FAEM AND HOUSEHOLD.' /' For All Cooking Cottolene Is BETTER ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 19 May 1892

\ i. t h The Railroad Employe* on (í ever nor DOINO EVIL THAT HOOtí MA> Hog#. Several days ago we noted the signing ui'a statement oí fue tu by l>fi,(tU0 employes and laborers at- tached to railway work in Texas. This paper referred to the state FOLLOW. Tin: Timkn sets its face against the reproduction of developments oí viee in the older cities of the country, But in one matter now PERSONAL MENTION \V. F. Machen of AIvin arrived yes- terday Jim* (ottraux came over from Jtoek- port yesterday. Hev. .). H. Shapnrd went up to Houston yesterday. ' W. H. Hart and little son returned to Alvin yesterday. K. B. Noble, a leading citizen o'' *audy ment made by Hoggin his Deui- attracting so much attention from son speech, that employes had both church folks and the worldly approached him and confessed minded in New York, wo wish only they were for him but dared not to say that the kind ol icligion «j,. j|ltí (.¡¿y today. assert it openly 4 etc. This that require* the desperate meas- nv....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 26 May 1892

«vVfWST ií f¡ ?! r^.<P^7?:„; VOL. 1. "Deep Water a. Fact Not a Promise." VELASCO, BBAZOIA CO., UEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2 6, 1892. NO. 37 DEEP WATER. Who it will Henillt—A Few Fads Itj our Correspondent. * A j lVo|ilt> vuici— WolliiiKtun, Koii. Another visit to deep water by our traveling correspondent shows that they are still maintaining pos- ition and gaining deeper water at each measurement. Not only that, but they have broken the re- cord of the Texas coast in send- ing out the steamer Austerlitz loaded with ¡1,0(10 bales of cotton and 400,000 lbs of cotton seed meal. This is the first steamer to be load- ed from this port lor direct ship- ment to Liverpool, England. It N passed out over the bar drawing J sixteen feet, two inches of water, completing its load at Velasco, passing out without difficulty with near two feet of water to spare. This record made by this large steamer opens the gates ot the port to the world and the Auster- litz carried a Hag or banner an- nouncing i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 26 May 1892

THE DIAMOND EARRINGS. Ik A BROADWAY JEWELERS PE- CULIAR CUSTOMER. Wlrit ii Worn tu I tVwirliis— A Utm'iIi-r'H Anchor to Windward —An J iiifcol mm Way nT N'reutlulliija I.oiiu. "I huvo luid Homo peculiar cus- Ionium. " said un old lJroudwny jowuloi; "but thut'O was oho t aso which I ho liovo no oho can duplicate). 1 liavo n large patronage from tho mon about town—tho tumbler* und tho racing pooplo. Thoy are very littoral buyers of jewelry when fortuno favor them, and thoy select first-class goods and in most instances appear to Oo excel- lent judges of quality. "The individual of whom I was about to toll you, was a man who first came to my stora about four years ago. Ho was ;i very shabby-looking young fellow, whom 1 watched cautiously when 1 passed him a pair of cheap solitaire ear-rings in compliance with his request. Ho hardly glanced at them, and asked for something better, and 1 toolc the li st pair, and brought <>ut a pair that wore a shade higher in price. These he pushe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 26 May 1892

e 8 « WORK OF A DEMON. Four Defenseless Women SViot Down at Denison Without Warning. AIL IN DIFFERENT PORTIONS OF THE CITY Handsome Rcwkrd Offered by ibr t<overnor uqd Supplrnenird bjr (he Denison. Tex.. May 19. — Denison is horror-stricken. History does not sh(ow a parallel. Four assassinations, and all of theta defeiiseie-ss women, is the record of Tuesday night. It was a night of horror, and Denison is bowed dowu with grief and shame. All duy long squads and groups of men have been stand- ing abnni on street corners and with expressions of deepest concern, discussing the deeds of some demon or demons whose existence is u menace to society. Two Indies sank down in death; one in her mother's arms, the other out in the yard while fleeing from the midnight de- stroyer. Th<! other two are at death's door, and before this letter is reud by the outside world they. too. will have joined the ranks of the great silent, majority. And what is more mysterious than all the murder? they a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 26 May 1892

THE VELA3C0 TIMES. HOUSTON LEADS. S GREATEST SPEECH 10 THE TIKES PHBLISHIHS COMPANY THE HE Knt<-r<-<l t ilu1 Cotiuiv. Ti-xks > In Hice i> S ¡MK'OIHI i Viliin-i HSS Hill) i lira/ niiitti r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ADVERTISING RATES. One Iiu'Ii <mc I-mm- One éncli < >ii" Month... ..~l .< li.ott 1.1 ii i Thu Matchless Clark Equal to the n Two Inches Ono Month _ . . _, .. Plii u Kour i ihTich Oik- Monih .... . 7.f>o Occasion and Says Hogg Should Six Inches One Month 10.00 I rates of subsciption. One Year í-'.oo¡ Six Montlis 1.00| Three Months Hiiiglot'opy • Tin* rumor that Col. Mills will soon take tho stump for ( lurk is simply a burlesque. be Scourged Through the State From End to End. (¡al vcstoii approprii deep wulcr was voted of* I ."10,(10(1 works tlicre. another lor the The Press city. The K. A next ' r. r. P. Pen, the Picture, and the Irinity of human ■Roger ()■ Mills. the lili- iiliniiiil ¡.ni ni II,.' .MJ''1"'1'1'' ""tii'il'i't'i'íí Hi" T. riniii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 26 May 1892

*N. THE VELASGO TIMES. THE TIMES PUBLISHING COKPANY. i • K KSI INAI, N:I;NTKI N T. T. Henry of Dallas is in the cily today. W. (¡. Love loturih iI from Luling yesterday. Burlew went 111 t<i Angleton yesterday. I1. M. Simmons uf l ¡ah est on is a! t In* Velasco. L. A. Abbot returned front San An- tonio yesterday. K. Kinney returned to the city Tuesday after a lew days absence. ('. M. Palllllo tlu' IumIk*r man, is visiting relatives at Crawford Toxas. (iiiy M. Hi van Jr. left Tuesday Cora lew days visit lo 1 loiiston and (¡al ves- ton John Hunter left tor Kurt ka Springs Ark., yesterday and will remain sev- eral days. \V. S. Brooks of Brazoria was elec- ted county at tornev'I'uesilay liy com- missioners court. ('. W.Cohen of New Orleans and K. 10. Jones of I louston are registered at the Velasco. L. I!. Millelee, luaililjicl' of the M. T. Jones Lumber Co.. is visiting friends in Dcnisoii. Marion .1 luntinglnii a leading farmer ot I his county was shaking hands with his friends here...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 26 May 1892

®l)c Jíflosto Eimra. GOODMAN & McFARLAND. VELASCO, : : TEXAS. ir The troasur; house of urnan' lifo In his heart; and ho who lian nothing ihero is poverty-stricken, though ho A)U In gold; whilo ho who has a good 4oal there Is rich, whether he ha a roof over his head or not. Thkrk is not a more pleasing ov- erdue of the mind than gratitude. It is accompanied with such inward sat- isfaction. that the duty is sufficiently rewarded by the performance. It is not, like tho practice of many other virtuos, difficult und painful, but at- tended with so much pleasure, that were thore no positive command which enjoined it, uer any recompense laid lip for it hereafter, a generous mind would indulge in it for tho natural gratification that accompanies it An cxch/mgo says that a genious in Syria has discovered tho secret by which the silk worm makes silk, and is now ablo to mako silk by ma- chinery. and a factory is soon to bo established in Georgia. Surely this is a progressive ago. .Silk wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 26 May 1892

) -i £yW*F¡cS ONE ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of 'igs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectual I y, dispels colds, head- aches aud fevers nml cures habitual constipation. Svrun of Fign is the only remedy of its kind ever ,>ro- duced,'pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptai)l> to the stomach, prompt in its action 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 most popular remedy known. Svrup or Fijrs is for sale in 50c and &1 bottles by all leading drug- gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CG. S. v fHAAIQiCCO, CAL. allll . tniMfUMie- CU. iiew I/MM- ILK. 9* "German Syrup My acquaintance with Bosehec's ■Ge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 26 May 1892

J h f i It A <tood Joke. One of tlx* boat practical jokes of the season was perpetrated on Dr. v. Bralian of this city night before last. The doctor concluded be would have a lilt It* fun r.t tho expense of L. B. POLITICS. Preambles And Resolution . The following preambles and Política is the science of govern- resolutions were adopted uiiani- incut; and as such is eoniinendable niousl,y by the members of the as ilia! part of ethies which con- Clark club last Tuesday night. Kist in the regulation and govern- Whereas, the record of .James S, Meucfee of the M. T. Jones Lumber ment of a nation or state lor the Hogg as attorney general and as < ¡ompaiiy, and arrauged with Tom prese'vation of its safety, peace governor of Texas has clearly ¡ Í"ÍI'0,R'<!|- wl'° 'H employed atthclum- and prosperity : but when it de- demonstrated that he is the unlit i 1 . - .. «elvea and bota Meuefee up mid rot) scunds to the hot bed ol passion, man to be re-elected governor off htm, and «■ the do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 2 June 1892

) If ■< I .. I / VOL. 1. Deep Water c\ Fact Not ci Promise." VELASCO, BR AZOTA CO., TEXAS, TIIUBBDAY, JUNE 2. 181)2. NO. 38 IIKKNOON ON HOUU. read it he dared not give either caption, address or author. How Who but a most eonteniptable ean it be possible for men of good demagogue could have stooped breeding and common sense and to use the disgusting falsehood self respect to support such ¡i dis- perpetrated by that Tyler young sembler, such a hypocrite, such ¡i sprig of the bar who oared to a.*- political trickster as J. S. Hogg perse the name of Hon. W. Hern- for the most responsible office don with his breath of manufac- within the gift of tne people. tured slander? There is not a ———— sune man in Texas of either the Operation of the Exclusion Law. Hogg or Clark followers who does An Eagle Pass paper tells of a not know within his heart that practical demonstration of this this statement made by E. L. | indiscriminate act which cantains Walker of Tyler, and attributed ,,0 provi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 2 June 1892

THE BAPTISM OF FIRE. u EASY DEATH WITH A BULLET THROUGH THE HEART. The Ilrit Exjifrlonce In Itattlc and u Fl|ht In u VlrjfliiU Wood —Hoy It Foeli to Stund J'urn to Fuco With Death. In ovsry soldier'.* memory the first exporionco of battlo is impressed with a vividness not equaled by any other event in life, writes Colonel M tSemplo. Wo of the Soventh Ohio Infantry received our first baptism of fire in West Virginia in tin afTair which was scarcely inoro than a skir- mish. and is long since forgotten by all except tho men engaged in it It occurred at a placo called Cross I.anes and our antagonist was General Floyd, Of Georgia. I shall never forget tho Btrango sensation when I saw a long line of men in gray march out of tho woods, and realized that they wore the enemy; nor shall I forget tho thrill of oxcltoment when n flash of fire swopt along tho gray lino and tho bullets rang about our oars, cut tho grass about our feet and chipped splinters from the rails of tho old (once behind w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 2 June 1892

) KILLED BY THIEVES But Indications Prove the Victim Mixsd It With I lis Assailants. * NOTED AUTHOR FOUND DEAD IN BED. Joseph Li. Hull, Bitten by a Dog Two month Ago, Die* ol Hydrophobia. Council Bixkks, la.. May SI.—D. F. Jones, manager of a Sandwich, 111., manufacturing company, who has been under the influence of liquor several days with a considevable sum of money on his person, was called from his wife's side Sunday night by a message stating that his presence was required at the Ogden house. That was the last seen of Jones until his body was found yesterday morn- ing in a dark street near the hotel. He had a bullet hole in the abdomen unc1 his skull had been crushed. He bad a revolver clutched in his haud and was still alive, but speechless. A block away, close to a bloodstained hack, the dead body of one Jack Wade was discovered with a pistol wound in his breast. Wade also had a re- volver. The driver of the hack. Tom Crogan, has since been arrested, with a man named Maher. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 2 June 1892

I THE NKITRALITY LAWS OF THE THE VELA3C0 TIMES.; UN ITEM STATES VINDICATED. TEE TIKES PUBLISHING COMPANY. EnU-reil lit the j><in Vulawo. I County, Texas, as hcchii'I «'Ihhh nmil matt* r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. ADVERTISING RATES. Ono Inch One IxKue One Inch Ono Month Two Inchon Ono Month Four Inchon Ono Month Hix Inchon Ono Month Our readers are familiar with the ' quasi revolution carried on by Cat- *',r,u1 arino Garza and his followers on the Mexican-American borde:- din- ing the pant nine months. Skinn- ishes have taken place and the killed on both sides have served to .Sl.on; intensify the feeling against the FUI ITS OF AN OLI FE I'D. About twenty years ago Vic- toria in Victoria countv was the CAPITAL AND LABOR. 2,00 I 4 )MJ outlaws. It has been • «ported to ?!oo! the IJ. S. authorities time and 10.00 Were we asked to define capital outside ol'the dictionary,we would scene of a minimum paudamonium say capital is the silent factor o —a perfect reign of terror, and busines...

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

fL / THE VELftSGO TIMES. THE TIM23 PUBLISHING C0XPA1T?. t, alurday's daily. Tu ' steamer Christie made 11- r reg- ular trip to Columbia yesterday. The Mollie Mohr curried two huge Italics hi> to the brush camp .yester- day morning. J'lio ice factory, planning mills and other shops aro running every day and business of all kinds is increas- ing. TitK Ti.mks would like to see the directors of the board oft rade «ret to- gether and do something for the bene- fit of the city. ' The members of the Velasco Silver Cornet Band will meet at ¡Schneider's saddle store tonight. Every member should be present. The ilrift deposited on the beach by the recent rise in the river is being burned olfnnd the beautiful drives will soon be clear again. The warm weather ot the past few days has .revived the bathing season and every evening large partios -.vend their way to the beach to take a dip in the refreshing surf. Superintendent Deger has had a large force of men employed for the past few days in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 2 June 1892

81)e Pelaaco limes. GOODMAN k McFARLAND. VELAsco,~~ T TEXAS. tw BON DM3 8 We cam it rout content wttb oup telegraph* telopbonea and mail fam.i- ties, ocean jjreyhounda lightning ex- press trains and tho substitution of steam power and clectriclty for the «juandum horses, mulos or shanks marc of our rural and town travels. We must proes on In efforts to cut the record in ever.y field of existence. What scieaco shall teach us whoa to step efforts at reformation and in- stitute only stern, bald justice? What knowledge shall impart the wisdom to draw itho lino between pun- ishment und s estralnt!J How shall the moral responsibility of tho chanco infringer of law and tho irresponsi- bility of tho moral malformation who knows no right and was born only with the propensity to evil bo distin- guished. Tact Is an essential to success In any undertaking, and especially In those occupations la which man doals with man. Every act of tho teacher ehould show he understands himself and those with ...

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