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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 February 1892

láalío a Deep Wetter* a Fact—Not a Promiti 99 VOLUME 1. VELASCO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 18f>2. NUMBER 72 ABBOT & MARMION, -THE FIRST- m EM ra D1 FIELD. * KKI'I K UV HHR.MISSIOX TO BRAZOS RIVER CHANNEL &. DOCK CO.. VELASCO NATIONAL BANK. Correspondence Solicited. W. M. Hol.I.ASI . w T L*VY Holland & Levy, LAWYERS, PERRY & NORTHRUP, VELASCO, TEXAS. Unique Restaurant;OLDEST REAL ESTATE MEN AND SHORT ORDER HOUSE. wrThe Best 80 cent Meal In the City. j ■UrFISH, OYSTERS AND ÚAHK I .11 ©.g. f^imooD, mm ¡ m ¡ sumimnim VELflSCO COMMISSION COMPANY, |- - .Storage, Forwarding and General I LEWIS R- BRYAN, Commission Mcrch^nts attorney - at -law. j For the Sale of . j (Office Overl'ontofflce.) (tRAIN, HAY, FLOUR, COUNTRY PRODITOR, FRUIT, FISH, POULTRY I . ..r, ,, ; Will practice In the courts of Brazoria, Matador BUTTER AND EU OS, j da and adjoininecouuties. Provisous, Cotton, Wool, Hides and Pelts ¡ 1 1 ttarCorrespoudcnee, Orders and Consignments Solicited « TTT ...

Publication Title: Velasco Daily Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 February 1892

A GREAT SURPRISE. SERMON PREACHED SUNUAY, FEB. 23, BV REV. T. DE WITT TALMAGE, D. D. A Gtowtag Description of the Wouder- fnl HliialOmiiiM of Klug Solomon—It AatMd Ilia Quaaa of Shaba—The Glo- ria* of tfca Christie Religion. Brooklyn, Peb. 28. -The congrega tion at the Tabernacle this morning listened to a glowing «Inscription of the magnificence of Solomon, which Dr. Talmage likened to the glories of the Christian religion, which would, he said, be a surprise to all who tried it for themselves. His text was 1 Kings x, 7. "Behold, the half was not told me." Solomon had resolved that Jerusa Ism should be the center of all na cred, regal and commercial magnifi- cence. He set himself to work and monopolized the surrounding desert as a highway for his caravans. He built the city of Palmyra around one of the principal wells of the east, no that all the long trains of merchan- dise from the east were obliged to stop there, pay toll and leave part of their wealth in th.* hands of Solo- mon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 February 1892

o c O* — ■ v jfPr \ « it .\</h gtl iM✓ ' - .- L<^SNV ÍS^Vl' V%; m:I?« Ü^fe ' -N Wv'$|jt\ XuX^ J. - .V" ✓ *sj~ ~ wtnteir&e£- T IME IS LIMITED! In which to seeure ehoiee bargains when then is such a con- stant rush lor Furniture as is witnessed daily ¡it the Mammoth Fur- niture Emporium oí'Gordon & Harrison. DO YOU SLEEP? A OF COURSE YOU DO. The only question is as to whether you sleep pleasantly, and to do this you must have a gootl bed, The place to get one is at Gordon & Harrison. They have a mattress fac- tory in connection vvi'h their Furniture Store where you can get a first class hand made mattress of any description and at a very reasonable price. Call and be convinced. k I VELASCO'S LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS. ~ i i i i~ — ~ GORDON & HARRISON ^ave the Largest Stock Best goods and at Lowest Figures. Call "and examine our Goods before purchasing elsewhere, as W9 believe we can suit you in every respect. CORDON ★ i oorvmtNTiB Looking After the Dollars. * &am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 February 1892

th;; daily times. ISSUED KVKHY MOKNINU BV "GOODMAN 8 MCFARLRND From Timkh building, corner and South Secoud «treot. POLITICAL POINTERS. SUHSCK11 "T ION IIY (,'AHHIKRH; Mingle copy 1>HC W«*eW One mouth • ••• One year- 'n advance iiv .man.: Owe yi'iir in advance Mix mouths Three months O. 1). Kirkland, Esq., oí' Kich- , mood, would make a capital dis- The presidential compaign is attorney, but John M. I inck- growing in interest every day and ey has done his duty and should BROS while («rover Cleveland is saying elected again if he wants the nothing and quietly sawing wood, office. t ,, Front I I). B. Hill ím working the mid- : winter bellows for all it is worth f enflating his little boom. S. D. ANDERSON & CO., ■DEALERS IN cents. 1.'. " .10 " $5.00 «.'.,00 :i.(K) 2,00 The masses and those who be- lieve in honest politics are pull- jing hard for Cleveland, but it may Au'iü^'ripticMÍH wiiibeproin¿>t!y attended to. turn out that the ring politicians Advebtisino:—Rates made kno...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 February 1892

pi iii" THE DAILY TIMES. ISSi Kl) KVKUV MOBMNU BY GOODMAN & McFAKLAXI) B'S TIME steamer w CARD ii. s'l'kadman. rliK'k It'fllH'k 11: ) " ■I:: " I.IC A Y K VillXTANA : I.KA V K Vlil.AM'tl a. in. ii ¡ni. |> in. to the public. All subscriptions to the daily Times «re payable (o Mr. L. Rosner, our city circulator, who is authorized to re- ceipt for same. And .ill persons in- debted to the Daily Times for sub-j script ion 8 since January 1st must pay ¡ him, as the daily subscription list Is | entirely separate from the other buei- j ness, Respectfully Goodman «fe McFakland. The Rev. W. T. Keith, pastor of the Methodist church in this city will preach at ihe tabernacle to-day at 11 a. m. and at 7:H0 p. m. The public generally is invited to attend. The services conducted by Klder Bush have been well attended during the week Services at 11a.m., sub- ject "the union of all Christians;" s::;o p. m. church organization. A ¡ ; congregation will be organized. All me libers of the Christian...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 February 1892

P> iwtmmmmmmm ~-sr ^Cxy-^p/CjT^Crr -v -^CrC '«lillllMIIIIHIIljyn IM111111 ll ■ I ll li 11 un 11111 ll I ll ll I ■ 11111 ■ ■ i ■. 111 n 11111 > 111 n 11 ■ 111 ■ 11 ■ 111 n 11 m ■ I ■ m I S (SIDDALL & PATTILLO llll HI. ^1 /. > 5.;®!S 5 4% 5 S S ftiji • ■ V <■ PLANING MILL AND illlliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll: LUMBER-YARD, ON AVE. D SOUTH OF RAILROAD DEPOT. liaiaiMMIIMIiailMMIMMiaaHIMMMMMIIMMMMMllaMMMMIMMMMM* " ^"riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiin^ Sü| We wish to call the attention of Contractors g We PfOpOSe tO Meet WÉI Builders and Consumers of lumber, to the fact | Hi that we are prepared at our mill to make all| S3t| kinds odd Doors, Sash, Store Fronts, Door and| Üf Window Frames, and Interior Finish of every | ^¡description, Turned Columns, Newels Balusters| ¡Ml of the latest styles, Dressed and Matched Floor-1 """Jing and Ceilings sent out right from the ma-1 Houston and Galvest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 February 1892

Li 'i A Smart Office Hoy'* ITtrfe. A clever and well known woman writer recently paid a visit to an edi- tor to confer with him over a manu- script he had asked of her. As she opened her card case she noticed only one left, which she regretted, having a second visit to make that morning. She sent it mhowever, and shortly , followed it. The editor was alone,! except for a young clerk at a table! near the door, and they were noon discussing the article she had writ- ten. It did not please him, and after considerable talk, rather decided on each side, she arose to withdraw. The young clerk had left the room a moment before, and as Miss Blank pawed out it occurred to her quickly that she could secure her card, which lay Qn the table near by. With a slight movement she did so, con- gratulating herself on the happy thought. But she did not send the card in at her next #top. Slipping it ih her ctwe when she wan again in the street, she saw on the reverse side that the wicked young man had ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 February 1892

•WlWMiri i w««"jMew^ 'M0-c.it WALL & NORFLEET, i. WE PAY THE POSTAGE. c'; m k hs po x;)k c k s() l i i tic i >. VEIjASCO TEXAS. * 'PFKI* WATJ5U A FACT--NOT A PROMISE.'' li ÍÍÍP9MÍ ti**-., V? |a^sgí;:«;r: .:;:v^t:^'$:tr.-. S ■■■■ WmfÉSf $■i® ;í ': = ^ •* ^;:-,;^ili ¿¿AÉ^ ^ .;. ¿i : ■ , , ¿J' f'J" /,,. f -jr--£;'J, ■ HtfUSTON ' '. h~ • > . ' * BH - -<*• i „'.! ■SflniSi ü lia ¡1 <- ^^«■1 fíí.^.L ■ Sit ^;: ■! ye ;-:€i£|jjjp|ij|jjjj ■■iSBÍ! R' i" ' - f f-^" W . f" - -íKroamííHflWlfl . 11! ill ••-• ,- • --■ -' y j-;- • ■'■■ ■ - 4-- •• -v,^. ►fi'llTíTÍ: BIRDS EYE VIEW OF THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND SURROUN DING COUNTRY DEEP WATER AT VELASGO CONTINl'HI) KliOM SIXTJI I'AUK profit every year; ami every year the traffic ia increasing. The result will be that you must duplicate your rail- road tracks. The story of your im- mense possibilities sounds like a ro- mance, but we have learned to com- prehend the wonders of the North and West. Men of the West, 1 am n 'recon- stru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 March 1892

imcs. volume 1. ^—5!^—^ "Deep Water a Fact—Not £ Promise." VELASCO, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1892. NUMBER 73 I ABBOT & MAitMION, THE FIRST * REAL EM MEN QUE FIELD. k !•: IT.K HV PERMISSION TO BftAZOS RIVER CHANNEL &. DOCK CO., VELASCO NATIONAL BANK. Correspondence Solicited. just OPENED Le - BLANCHE : RESTAURANT. OPPOSITE THE CUOr THE AT ItK, AVENUE B.— First class meals to order 2o cents. Oysters, Fish and Crabs a Specialty. Prompt and courteous treatment. ^XIsra-rDA/X-iniL. cSs EZEEICTCSOasr, Proprietors VELASCO COMMISSION COMPANY, -Storage, Forwarding and General- Commission • • Merchants For the Sale of (¡RAIN, HAY, FLOUR, COUNTRY PRODUCE, FRUIT, FISH, POULTRY BUTTER AND EGGS, Provisoes, Cotton, Wool, Hides and Pelts lUfTCorrespoudenee, Orders and Consignments Solicited j i' you have anything to sell Hint you do not wish to ship on market, write us und describe it and we will find a market for you. Velasco, Texas. FROM B. A. BUCK & CO -Wholesale and Retail De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 March 1892

WW lit 11* JAM Y TliVító. IKSUKl KVEHY MOUMINODV GOODMAN 8 MCFSRLfiND BROS. From TimiW building, 'corner Front and South Second «trout. su bsc klf'tk ) n. iiv cai.ku5rh; HIiikIp copy One week Onu month One year- 'n advance , BY MAM.: One veur In udvanea: 5 cents. 15 " 50 " $500 $5.00 3. go J 00 Six month* Ttiree month* — , , . All atibacrlptloni will be promptly attended to. Advektihino:—Rates ma^o known on application. All subscriptions and advertising 'mist b<* paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in Hd vaneo. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after 0 o'clock p. m. The Daily Timj:h will lie found for Hule on all trains, bouts and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Ve lasco, Texas, as second claws mail mattor. All Communications shou Id be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasoo, Texas. THE OEM OF THE COAST. Kort Worth Gazette > >< loiter 28th; Thk Vki.an co Timkh Ih the «ein oí I tie coast. ElKht prkl'n, all h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 March 1892

THE DAILY TIMES. ISSUKI) EVKKY MORNING BY GOODMAN & MeFAliLAND B'S TO THE PUBLIC. All subscriptions to the dally Times are payable to Mr. L. Rosner. our city circulator, who Is authorized to re- ceipt for same. And <11 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 '.he other busi- ness, Respectful ly Goodman & McFabi.ani?. MENTION THE TIMES. Any person receiving a copy of this paper, will do the proprietors a favor by mentioning The Times iu writing to advertisers or the Brazón River Channel and Dock company. The Timks is working hard for Velasco and John E. Morris, of Galveston, is at ¡ the Hotel Vel.ifco. Handsome suit walks are being put, down all over the cltv. R. Cabn is the leader and promoter I THE VELASCO BALL: Headquarters for clothing at Rosen-1 straucli & Rogers. Some of the Coetumee Gentlemen of the There la no more use of sendiug off for what you want. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 March 1892

WALL & líÓRFlEEP"™ "WE PAY THE POSTAGE. CORRESPOXDEXCK SOLICITED. VBLASOO TSXAS.4 "DEEP WATEK A FACT--KOT A 1'HOMISE." ■+ . -X- 9.il !PÍ®ÍÍÍ!#!Ííil!|: : r 'íi..• : • . ' T.' ipRP;, ri'ajfejgj iijffiSil;' ■fó ''Í i;' - - J- >* : HOUSTON BIRDS EYE VIEW OF TUE:MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY A Coal Elevator. Thecoal business in Velasco is fast assuming; gigantic proportions. Our coal man, Mr. £. Chambers has pur- chased a ooal elevator in New York City and tt will bo shipped from thore to-day. It will enable him to handle coal cheaper and with greater dispatch Coal can be laid down from 25 to 60 cents cheaper per ton than at any other port on the Texas coast, because there Is no lighterage here, and coal, like grain, cannot be successfully lightered at Velasco, it is not neces- sary to lighter it. The largest ships cau come along side the wharves and discharge direct into the coal yards. This will be an important coal dis- tributing point and will be a great, m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 2 March 1892

i mes. VOLUME 1. "Deep Water a* Fact—Not a Promise." —— ——— ————- - - - ^ — ■" ~ - — --- • _ --— - • j — VBLA9C0, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MOBBING, MARCH 3, 1899. NUMBER 74 ABBOT & MARMIQN, -Tllli FIRST- * m MIE MEN IN THE FIELD. Rl'.l'KK ItV I'KRMISSluN To BRAZOS RIVER CHANNEL ,rk DCCK CO., VELASCO NATIONAL BANK. Correspondence Solicited, JUST OPENED LE - BLANCHE : RESTAURANT. -opposite the bijou theatre, avenue i!. First class meals to order 25 cents. Oysters, Fish and Crabs a Specialty. Prompt ami courteous treat men t. ZRIISTG-ZD-A-IHIXj Sz EKICKS03ST, Proprietors VELASCO COMMISSION COMPANY, Storage, Forwarding and General MERCER ON VELASCO Commission • • Merchants For the Sale of GRAIN, HAY, FLOUR, COUNTRY PRODUCE, FRUIT, FISH, POULTRY BUTTER AND FOGS, Provisons, Cotton, Wool, Hides and Pelts etfTCorrespoudeneo. Orders ini'l Consignment- Solieited If vnu have anything; to sell that you (!n lint wish to ship on market, write us anil describe it ami we will 11 nil a market for you Ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 2 March 1892

TH¿ DAILY TIMES. IM8UKD evkky mokninu iiy GOODMAN 8 MCFARUND BROS. From Timkh building, corner Front and Houth Heooud atreet. 8UBSCKIPTIÜN. BY C'ABKIKftK; Hlnglc copy 5 centH. One tveok ... IS " One mouth '*> Otio year- in advance l^-OO bv maii.: One year In advance •S.OO Mx months 3.00 Three month* '¿00 All HUbwrlptlon* will be promptly attended to. Advertising:—Hateo maile known POLITICAL POINTERS. The office** of tax assessor and tax collector are good ones, and there will be a half dozen or more candidate* for each before the election is held. In this connec- tion we would say that J. L. Mur- ray would make a number one collector, and Jas. V. Hinkle could not be beatten for assessor. • • # J. P. Bryan, of Velasco would make the county a splendid treas- urer, and if he will allow his name 7 on application. All subscriptions and advertising must be paid to go before the people he can be id transient ad- . ^. , No devia-1 elected. weekly. Foreign and vertisements in advance. tlo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 2 March 1892

THE DAILY TIMES. I881E1) KVKKY MORNING BY Another lar re crowd came in on yesterday's train. GOODMAN & Me FAR LAN I) B'S Bargains lu dry stranch A Rogers. (Jo to the Velasco for alfalfa seed. goods at Rosen- Commission Co., John E. Morris, of (Jalvestou, is the Hotel Velasco. TO THE PUBLIC. All subscriptions to the daily Times are payable to Mr. L. Kosner, our city circulator, who is authorized to re- ceipt for same. And .ill persons in-i dobted to the Daily Times for sub- scriptions since January 1st must pay him, as the dally subscription list is oí pnces in dry goods. entirely separate from the other busi- ness, Respectfully Goodman & McFablani . at Chenlle, arisene, and silk lioss for fancy work at H. Calm's. II. Calm is the leader and promoter (jo to the Racket Store for your bar- gains. Next ddor to the postofftce. Handsome side walks are being put _ j jj over e pjty. MENTION THE TIMES. ¡ -1 iV__ Any persou receiving a copy of this Charlie keeps a chop house right. pap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 2 March 1892

WALL & N0RF1EET™ "WE PAY THE POSTAGE. COR RES PO N D E \ C E SO LICI TE D. VELA8CO TEXAS.* 4DFEP WATER A FACT--NOT A PROMISE." rá vL-1"- HOUSTON 7 V-, •V-ií! ^ - mi—,j -ir nmmmMBm JiJKDS EYE VIEW OF TI1E MOUTII OF TIIE BRAZOS JRIYER AND SUM) UN DING COUNTRY A Sensation. San Antonio, Tex., Feb, 27.— A sensation was created here to-1 day by the arrest of Autonio Al- ejandro Gonzales, father-in-law of Catarino Garza, the revolutionary leader. The eomplatte was sworn out by Captain John G. Bourkc of the Third United States cavalry, the charge being that oí' uidiug aud abetting the revolution by furnishing money, subsistence and horses for the Garza men. A few days ago Robert C. Sum- merlin, a promineut attorney of this: oijty, was summoned to Palito Ulanco by Mr. Gonzales. Upon liis arrival at the revolutionary hot bed Mr. Summerlin was em- ployed as the attorney of Mr. Gonzales, who expressed a desire to make a personal complaint to General David S. Stanley, coin- t-mander of the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 March 1892

VOLUME 1. "Deep Water a Fact—Not a Promise." VELASCO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1892. NUMBER 75 ABBOT & MARMION, LANGFORD ¿ SHEfi. ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW. —TilK KIRST- * ml em ra in m ted. Will |• rai-tii•<• in nil State courts. Ollice over Post ollicc tiiiildinn. Velasco, Texas. PERRY & NORTHRUP, TI IK- ,* S.I. R'/iYfflOOI) OLDEST REAL ESTATE MEN ' ' ' AT THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER. mm : and i mmimi WnrTen choice 10 acre tracts one-half mile from Velasco, for fruits and vegetables. Soil rich, mellow, sandy loam, at 150 per acre —one-third cash, balance one and two years. Correspondence Solicited. f. w. hains.m. d., R1I I K 1!Y I'l.k.M ISSK )N To BRAZOS RIVER CHANNEL & DOCK CO., VELASCO NATIONAL sank. VELASCO. TEXAS. -■.-r-rru Physician and Surgeon, Corner Ave. H ami South 2d sts. VEl.ASCO, TEXAN. «JUST OPENS® Le - BLANCHE : RESTAURANT. W. N. Hoi.I.AM". W T I-KVV OPPOSITE TIIK Hl.ior TI1EATIJK. W KSI'K IV First class meals to order -5 cents Oysters, Fish and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 March 1892

- 1 Wi DAILY TIMES. ISSUED KVEIIV MORX1KG BV AN OLD LETTER. GOODMAN 8 MCFARLAND BROS. From Times building, corner Front and Houth Hecoud street. SUHSCKI) 'TION. uv nARKIKRH; rflnKle copy 5 ,M7,"M One week IS One-month .. 80 One year- lu advance > 0U KY MAIM Ono year in advance W.00 Six montliH 8.00 Three month* 400 All HUbNerlptiou* will be promptly attended to. Advertising:—Bates mado known 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 (1 o'clock p. m. The 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 mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasoo, Texas. Mutiny and Carrying off Three Privateers and $800,000. THE CEM OF THE COAST. Fort Worth Gazette October 2Sth: Tjif. Vei.a* co Tim eh in the gem ot the coa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 March 1892

THE DAILY TIMES. 1SSI K1 KVKRY MORNING HY (iOODM A N & Me FA I {LAND B'S TO THE PUBLIC. All subscriptions to the daily Timks aro payable to Mr. L. Rosner, our city circulator, who Is authorized to re- ceipt for sume. And ; 11 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 '.he other busi- ness, Respectftilly Goodman A McFarland. Bargains in dry goods at Rosen- person al mention strauch «St Rogers. y, ij. ]{, Mugen ofllouBtou arrived Dr. F. W. Hains has removed his iu the city yesterday. oflfloe from córner South 2d and Ave. W. .1. D. Way, of Oyster Creek; wa* A, t<> the oomer of South S¿d and j in the city yesterday. Avenue R. Mr. Charles Reid of Galveston, is Messrs Crawford and Williams, autographed at thj? Velasco. brick manufacturcis >j fountv Assessor James Rates is still tired another arge • n o , ^ ^ cjt juereaslng Vélaseos taxable common brick and 45,000 stock bri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 March 1892

REAL ESTATE, (i WE PAY THE POSTAGE. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. > "DFEP WATER A FACT—NOT A*PIiOMI8E." : : m' AM' M • r~?r "" Ü&;:. ' , J1* m, .«¥ jfc! T; HOUSTON TVV ■ a -Li?.' iflNjF ifi^ÉBÉfe: m W&W'\ L|saff^r UlIIDS EYE VIEW OF THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS JUVEK AND SCKKOIJN I>1NG 0 )CJV T RY Some of the ' Motley Crew.', development of jjie state. Using —h their names in this connection Mr. Finley's speech at .Tyler, does not imply that all of them in- designated he general opposition dorse ^udge Clark's candidBcy, to Governor llogg as a motley but they are known to be against crew. This term is re i'.irkable j the present administration. Many in its application to men who; of them will use their best efforts have served Texas and who are; to elect Judge Clark governor, honored at home and abroad as According to Mr. Fin ley they patriotic, IqAv abiding citizens. I form part of the "motley crew," Let's see who some of them are:,and it will doubtless be a revela- Beginning a...

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