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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 8 September 1892

h| . i) \WÍ VELflSCO TIMES. j . A it TEE TIKES PUBLISHING COMPANY. OHURCHBI, Bahtiht wllt'MCH8vrvi<'0i 11 h. in, ;M ami 4lli SaMmlli . Kev. W. K. Tynkh, I'uMor Smiilny m-liool 3:00 |> m t'Very Suwluy. K. H, is i.4j v km, Secretary uml Superltiti'iiiK-nt. M. K. ServlceK every tlrst uml fourth Bub- bath «I the Suillli bulliUliK Hkv. L\ II. llt'ATV. Pastor. Tabkksaci.k:—1st Alii] 3<1 SiiblmlliH Iter. It, B. Hmlce. I'renbyterlun; ¡1st and 3rd Sabbaths, llov, W. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at tl:30 a. in., t:. M. I'atlllo, mirerlnteudent; Uco. Moore, secretary. Christian 1,'oiik relation worship In the Thomas school room next door west of Furl* Hotel. Sunday school 9:00 a. ni.,T. K Dauthett. Huperlnteufluut of Sunday school. Communion service 11 a in., by Elder A. J. Hush. IUBINEH LOCAL! TIME TABLE. vei.asco terminal. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: I.KAVK I A It It 1V K Houston 10:40 am Velasco 2:lfi pin Velasco 3:10 pm | Houston 6:50 pin steamek w. ii. steadman. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 8 September 1892

m '!!> h te S':- MRS. COLUMBUS. A Daring uikI llrlllluiit Woman U'liu limit-rvrii to llo H«>nn u lmr«<l. Columbus marriod In H70 or there- about, a Miss Valestrcllo of I.lhlHjn, who father had dlstln^uinhod himself a* a navigator. A part of Miss Pale- strello'H marriutr - dower was a tfivat collection of valuable «'harts, journals and important memoranda, etc. 1'"rom childhood she had displayed wonder- ful enthusiasm on the subject, partak- ing to a marked degree of tin specula- tive and adventuresome ideas and the schemes in the line of geographical discovery for which Lisbon was then the headquarters. She possessed a fine education and was widely Icrown as a brainy, brilliant woman, who was constantly urging her husband on in the path which finally took him to the wondrouH goal with which we uro no familiar. While a girl Miss I'alestrello made a number of hazardous voyages with her father in Unfamiliar waters, and later made many geographical drawings, several of which we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 15 September 1892

i f ItilfS. VOL. 2. "Deep Water a Fact—Not a Promise." VELASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1892. -:-ANGLETON-:- The-:-Cheapest-:-Lands «And the Easiest Terms. The Evils of Uossip—A Shtllon Brook Brawls the Most. Home. The climatic and soil condition* and advantage* of Auxleton District sur- |>hks Dickinson and equal Aivin. The prices ot Lands arc away below either. Angleton is located in Brazoria county,on the Velasoo Terminal Hallway, fifteen miles from Alvin and forty-two from Houston. For prices of town lots, blocks, or tracts of ten, twenty, forty and one hundred acres—address j. p. bryah, VcImoo, t«>h ALL ABOUT SHOES. 1 sell shoes for men, women and children. Every pair hh good as the price—worth more than I ask for them. 1 do business for MORE BUSINESS 1 cume to stay, and 1 will stay. J want your trade for always. I will hold your trade. I do a square business. No fire and water sales. All fresh goods and fair, living prices. S. T. COLD WATER'S Shoe Sto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 15 September 1892

t: i m THE VELASCO TIMES. TBI TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered «I thu pcatofflce in VelMco, IIrazor!a County. Texan, ax second clava mall matti r ADVERTISING RATES. One Inoh One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Mouth 2.00 Two Inches One Month 4.00 Four luches Oue Month 7.00 8ix Inches One Mouth 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCIPTION. One Year $2.00 Six Mouths 1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy A PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. , Rockwall has joined the army of prohibitionists, it went local option hy a majority of 2.'1 last week. Maj. Jerome Kearby, of I)al- Ips, in a speech ill Dallas arraigns Coke for foul utterances, says he is a greater anarchist than those who were banged in Chicago. Senator Mills has made a most egregious blunder in cowering before the llogg dynasty. He cannot excuse himself on he ground that llogg is the nominee of the democratic party in Texas. The Clark faction is composed of two muny old leaders and they stand too squarely on the true democratic principles, while the Hogg faction is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 15 September 1892

FMF VFI fl^Pfl TIMF^ Messrs. Moulder & Gregg have been ' '11- " LLnUwU 1 I1T1LO. 1 hiiuv atiou'lnir their Kmiius luid uwk. TBE TIMES PUBLISHIVO COMPANY. CHURCHEI Baitut "Hi'R< ll8urvlrus 11 u. m, ¿<1 uml 4tli Sulibntli*. Rkv. W. E. Tvseh, Pu*tor Sunday mIio<>1 8:00 i> m every Sunday. R 8, IjLuvkii, Neeretury awl Superintendent M. K. Servilón every lirxt mid fourth Sab- bath ut the Smith biiihLiiK Rkv. c. II. IIkatv, I'astor. Tabkr.nACt.F.:—lfct and ¡M Sabbath* Rev. B. II. IIihIki'. I'realiyterlan; ;i*t and Hrd Sabbath , Rev, W. T Keith, MethoilUt. Sunday school ut 9:30 u. ni., i . M. 1'aUllo, Miferlnteudent: Geo. Moore, secretary. Christian Congregation worship in the Thoiua school room next door went of I'arU Hotel. Sunday school U:00 a. m..T. K. Uauthett, HUporliitetident of Sunday kcImkiI. Communion servlee 11 a :u.. by Elder A. J. Ilusli. BUSINESS LOCALS. TIME TABLE. VE1.A8C0 TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velaseo: I.KAVK Houston . . 10:40 am Velasen.....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 15 September 1892

m ! : mv { ir- üi It is evident that Corbett will never tight again; at leant not for money. The followiug facta and figures show that he can pile up the gold in an easier manner than boxing for it; and as he has pos- sesion of the belt no threats can drive him to the ring again. ''Here are some of the offers Corbett has received: Two thousand for statues in Oliicago; $2500 in Chicago a week; 12000 in Philadelphia (one per- formance) Academy of Music, from Nixon & Zimmerman; $2000 for the week in Brooklyn; $2500 for the wéek in Boston; $3000 for the week in New York; $5000 from Forepaugh'H circus, one week; $2000 for one performance in Provideuce; $1000 for one perfor- mance in New Haven, Hartford, Rochester, Buffalo, Albany, Pitts- burg, $6000 per week for Califor- nia tour. Corbett goes to England and Europe .luiic I. A saloon at the entrance of the world's fair otters 50 per cent of all profits for the uno of his name, he to take no risk. A saloon on the Bowery, New York, off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 22 September 1892

) < VOL. 2. "Deep Water a Fact Not a Promise." VELASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXA^, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. 1892. NO. 2 ANGLETON The-:- Cheapest-:- Lands¡ OH «And the Easiest Terms. Horticulturists* Home. Tho climatic and soil conditions and advuutugesof Augleton Histrlctsur- pass Dickinson and equal Alvin. Tho prices o! Lands aro away below either. Angleton is located in Brazoria county, on tho V el asco Terniiual Railway, .fifteen miles from Alvin and forty-two from Houston. For prices of town lots, blocks, or tracts of ten, twenty, forty and 0110 hundred acres—address j, p. bryan, v.iniao, Tex . ALL ABOUT SHOES. I sell shoos l'or men, women and children. Every pair as good as the price —worth more than I ask for them. I do business for MORE BUSINESS ] came to stay, and 1 will stay. I want your trade for always. I will hold your trade. I do a square business. No lire and water sales. All fresh goods and fair, living prices. S. T. COLDWATER S Shoe Store. CORNER AVE B AND SOUTH 3D ST HU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 22 September 1892

Nfc If.'. ;• THE VELflSCO TIMES. TBI TIKIS PÜBIISHIKO COMPANY. Entered nt the putofllcc in Velasco, llraxorla Couuty, Texan, second I'ltii mall niattt r ADVERTISING RATH. One Inch One Issue $1.00 Oneluch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Mouth 4.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUB8CIPTION. One Year $2.00 Mix Mouths 1.00 Three Months 75 Hlugle Copy 5 PUBLISHED EVERY THUR80AY. Life on the ocean wave, a home on the rolling deck, and that to be thus eiisconsed is not so bad or dreadful after all. Nugcnt'B old law partuer says that in ten days Nugent will hand in his withdrawal from the race, but Nugent says no sir, it is not so. The screwinen in Galveston had a bloody riot last Thursday. About 100 of screwmen No. 1 went over to where No. 2 were loading the steamship Tutonia und with hooks and clubs serious damage was done. Several of No 2 were transfered to the hospital. Capt. J. M. Byrnes of Brenham is notified by adjutant general Mabry that their proposed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 22 September 1892

• ■ yrr-;: <:™/ ■ . r V> -vV % Í; -*< FHE VELASCO TIMES. THB TIKES PUBLISHING COMPANY. CHURCHES, IUITIKT Cut'm u ;—Service II «. in, ¿I muí 4«ll H.lMullll '. ilrv. \V. K. TVNKS I'tlMur Mimliiy m'Iiimi! :¡.oo i> in every Huinlav. K S, i■ i.iivi it, Sccri'tiiry mul Sii|ierliiteinV:il M. K. 8('rv4ifx every ilr«t mul fourth Sal>- limit nt the Smith biillilliiK Kev. i'. II. IIi:atv, 1'ii-tor. TaiikiisacI-i::—1st «ml :M Si'ibnlli* Kev. It. II. limit!!', l'i'nliytorlmi: 1-1 mi'l :¡r<t H.ilili.itli*. Hew W. T. Keith. Metlio«llst. Siltlility sellout lit U::«l ii. m.. i' M. I'dllllii, *U|eriiitewleiit; I loo. Moore. secretary. Chiiistias IJongroBiitliui worshl|i In the Tilomas school room next tloor west i f I'litis Hotel. Hiiiiiluy aehool t):0l) a. m.(T. K. Outithett. stiperliiteiuli'iit of tSuiiduy school. Communion norvice 11 it :n.. hy Kliler A..I. Itilsh. BUSINESS LOCALS. TIME TABLE. VKl.ASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Vela seo: i.k.vvi: I Aiutivt: 1 loilKti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 22 September 1892

a— Ht Era MACHHOW POWCELAIW. Tki ImnI ■ Oten Thai PirawtM (hi VtM The peMhblow porcelain la oí ChinoM manufacture, and ta about •00 years old. It is not, as is some- times supposed, the designation of s particular shade of color, but a rare and peculiar glaxe, whloh not merely covers the surface of the vessel, but penetrates the entire texture of the article, so that if the same be broken the internal structure is Identical with that of the surface. The method by which this result is reached is un- known, and muoh money has been ex* pended in rain to discover it The wart is, in a sense, therefore, the re- sult of a happy accident Specimens of it are rart in China to-day, where it la prised as highly as anywhere else. Most of that of «rhl.-h there is definite knowledge was t*W«n from China by the Dutch in th* lays when they monopolized the trade with that country, and from H i'Iund has made its way over Europe. The specimens in this country have a'.- most all of them come either from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 29 September 1892

) J m f'lPl Deep Water a Kact—-Not a Promise." VOL. 2. VELASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TÜXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21>. 1892. * ANGLETON The Cheapest Lands ■ ■And the Easiest Terms. Horticulturists' Home. The climatic and soil conditions and advantages of Augieton District sur- pass Dickinson aud equal Alvin. The prices oí Lands are away below either. Angleton is located iu Brazoria county, on the Velasco Terminal Railway, fifteen miles from Alvln and forty-two from Houston. For prices of town lots, blocks, or tracts of ten, twenty, forty and oue hundred acres—address jr. p. bryjin, VsImoo,Tmm ALL ABOUT SHOES. 1 sell shoos for men, women and children. Every pair as good as the price—worth more than I ask for them. I do business for MORE BUSINESS I came to stay, and 1 will stay. I want your trade for always. 1 will hold your trade. I do a square business. No lire and water dales. All fresh goods and fair, living prices. S. T. COLD WATER'S Shoe Store. CORNER AVE B AND SOUTH 3D ST HUTGHIN3HOU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 29 September 1892

i? V¡¡ r fe Ü' m THE VELASCO TIMES. TH1 TIIMS PPBLI8HIH& COMPACT. Entered at the pr.sUilllcc In Vulaaco, llnunrit County, Texan, an second clan mall malta r. ADVERTISING RATES. One Iuch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Mouth 2.00 Two Inehes One Month 4.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Munth 10.00 RAJES OP SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $2.00 Six Mouths 1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy 6 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. The commercial travelers are all for George Clark. Now an- other howl is expected l'rom the Hoggies. The census heretofore has ul- wayH shown that females were on the iucreasc over mules. But the census of 1800 shows the reverse. Houston gossip has a scandal to feast on for a few days. Glen- wood is the tristing site and a married lady und a facile scribe the chief aétor. A republcan reporter to the Globe-Democrat placed senator Carlisle in a false light by saying that senator Hill was at variance with Mr. Cleveland. Mr. Carlisle says the statement is false, every word o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 29 September 1892

FHE VELASGO TIMES. TES TIMES PUBU8HINO OOJíPANY. CHURCHES. < lUt'TI t .'iii i¡< ii SiTvii '-s 11 ii. ni, Jil iiml 4tli Kalili.Uliv Rkv. W. I-:. Tvsi >. I'm-inr Sunday school .¡ Oil !• lu every Sinnluy. K. S, iti.nVKn, Veen i.iry ami Sii|>erlnleti>leut M. K. Serviros every lli«t muí totulh Sul>- balli nl the Suillli biilMiug Iti'.v. t'. It llr.Al v. Pastor. Tabkrnai i.k:—1st ami .i'l Ba'ibatlm lU'v. I!. 11. llinlgc. rii'sli.vUTlaii; ,l*t anil :i)il Sabbath , Rev. W. T. Ki'ltli. Methodist. Sunday seliool ai «JUKI a. III,. > M. I'liUlUi, siiferiiiteiuleiit; Geo. Moore, secretary. ('11HIHT1 x N ('imyri'Kalliiii worship In till* Thomas school mum next <1<mn- west of I'arls Hotel. Sunday school tf;00 a. m., T. K. Puutliett, Hupvrliiti'inU'iit nf Sunday school. Communion nervlce 11 a ::i., by Elder A.J. Rush. BUBINEBB LOCALS. TIME TABLE. VKI.ASCO TERMINA!.. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: I.K A V K I A It III V K Houston . 10:10 am Vclasi i. 2:15 |>m Vul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 29 September 1892

COOLNESS Or SAILORS. iíí'í-'W V ®;«í f Sy ■J.'.v, KgV{ fit k* EHa la Momenta of CollUlon Thajr Taka 1 Quietly. One of the paasengers of the Mare- chal Canrobert tells how (he teasel was run down by the Hoehe. Ilia ao> count doaa not ahow where the fault la, for tho passengers saw nothing un- til the moment of the accident Opin- ions are much divided on the aubjeet, but the general feeling ia that the cap- tain of the Marechal Canrobert was very imprudent in trying, with a Tea* ael making twolvo knota, to pane in front of ten men-of-war, covering a large space and making seventeen or eighteen knota. What Mema to have excited the ad- miration of all was the presence of mind and activity shown by the cap- tain and crew of each vessel in the ter- rible situation which lasted nearly six- teen minutes before the Marechal Can- robert Bank. The captain of the Hochc had grap- pled the Marechal Canrobert, and his sailora, rushing on board, seised the passengers and hurried them on the deck...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 October 1892

I > IMasca Simes. ■1 J <> VOL. 2. "Deep Water a Fact—Not a Promise." VELASCO* BRAZORIA CO. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1892. NO. 4 J. R. Morris' Sons WHOLESALE AM) KIOTA 11. houston, texas. Farmers and dealers will find prices nvyked down very low in this establishment. Get prices before buying elsewhere. 307, 309 and 311 Main st. Houston, Texas. People's I'arty Convention at An- irletoii. Anglkton, Tex. Sep. 27, '92. The convention of the People's I'arty met today pursuant to the call, und put out its ticket. (Jreat harmony prevailed. The convention was called to order by J. L. Murry, chairman of ex-committee, and was led in prayer by rev. J. .J. Sherley, of Alvin. Mr. Shirley was made We believe the Democratic party! other points. The report of the then dropped the case. Kumor, m Brazoria county, though brave manager of the mint shows that in however, kept the matter alive, in heart, has, by its attitude in the last six months declared itself at ouce quixotic, weak and powe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 October 1892

' m: THE VELflSGO TIMES. THE TIKES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered at the 'pMtonicv tn VelMoo, Brazoria Ooullty, US MCOWl HaSS mull lllHtlt r. ADVERTISING RATES. Oue Inch One Icsue $1.00 Ono Inch One Month -.00 Two IncheH One Month 1.00 Four luches One Month 7.00 8fx luches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUB8CIPTION. One Ye#r $2.00 Six Months ... 1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy 5 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Tiio Aransas l'uss road lias bee purchased by the Huntington Southern I'acilie system. The Hrenhum dispatch in the Galveston News oi' the 4tli inst snys Itev. W. Tynea of Denison has moved to Uretihuin and will make lirenhnin his home. The resignation of ('apt. A. Falle tier of the 11. & T. C. railroad and his immediate appointment to a like position of the M. K. & T. is ominous lor Houston's good. M. L. Kobbins lias bean appointed in Capt. Falkner's place. Mrs. Malcomson, wife of Prol. Malcoinson of Oak CHIT'was lying ou her bed up stairs alter noon taking a siester last, week when h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 October 1892

fHE VELASCO TIMES. THE TIKIS PUBLISHING COMPANY. CHURCHES. Baitiht CiicnctiBorvkvn 11 u. hi. '¿«I mul 4lli Bulibatliii. Rkv. W. K. Tyni■>, l'astor Siiiuliiy school ,1(10 |> in every Sun.lay. K. ft, Ui.ovkk. Secrvtary ami S\i|iorilitcM(k<nt- u The M. K. Church and christian ser- vices will bo held in the .McCluin building hertater. Rev. B, Beaty will preach every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and 7:.'to p. nj., Sunday school 4 p. ni. The christian Sunday school begins 10 o'clock a. in. Mr. 'J'. E. Douthett superintendent Tauubnaci.I'.—lut ami Sd SubliutliH HeV. IÍ, II. Hodge. rn.'#liytorlan; !l t ami Hid Subljiitlm, llov, W. T. Keltli. MelliinlUt. Sunday M'hool at 1C.S0 II. in.. M. Palillo, suj (•rliilemlenl; Utfo. Moore, Keerelary. Christian Conkrelation \vornlil)> in the Thomas school room next door «est of I'uris Hotel. Sunday schoolt):00 a. in.,T. K. Uauthett, Mi|K'rinU'mlcut of Sunday school. Communion service 11 a ui„ by KMer A. J. Hindi. BU8INEBB LOCALS. TIME TABLE....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 October 1892

W&i W: WOMEN AS TELEGRAPHERS. Tkty ll*n Not l,0"n Huooe« ful In lluixt- llnff 1'rrn Ktiport*. In the work of receiving and sending incssujfeB women do equally as (rood work n* men. They may not be capa- ble of such phenomenal burra of speed a* the male telegraphers, but at the hum o time extraordinary speed Ik not so much an element of succcha or ne- cessity as accuracy and the ability to maintain a fair average rate. They perform really creditable work, and a great point in their favor is tholr re- liability As yet women have not been successful In the handling of press re- ports. Day and night the Associated Press and the I'nited Press send many thousands of words to the newspapers in all parts of the country, and the wires are almost exclusively in charge of men. The immense amount of mat- ter to be handled necessitates a very high rate of speed, forty-olght words a minute being maintained for hours at a stretch. A woman's strength is hardly equal to such a task. Since the in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 October 1892

) <; I "' (. '•Vr>' • wteo Deep Water a Fact Not a Promise.' VOL. 2. VELASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1892. NO. J. R. Morris' Sons WHOLESALE AND BETA IL '——■ 11 —^ NICARAGUA CflNflL ROUTE ««,000,000 OF V. S. MONEY SPENT TO DATE. Maps Showing Physical Features, Work Ooiie and the Immense ItcucHts to the Trails-Mississippi States mid Espeetnll.v lo Velasco. houston, texas. Farmers and dealers will find prices marked down very low in this establishment. Get prices before buying elsewhere. 307, 309 and 311 Main st. Houston, Texas. ANGLETON The-:- Cheapest-:- Lands—— — -- 1—And the Easiest Terms. Horticuíturists7 Home. Tho climatic and soil conditions and advantages of Augleton District sur- pass Dickinson and equal Alvin. Tho prices of hands arc away below either. Augleton is located in Brazoria county, on the Vol asco Terminal Railway, fifteen miles from Alvin and forty-two from Houston. For prices of town lots, blocks, or tracts of ten, twenty, forty and one hun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 October 1892

the velasco times. !l ; THE TIMES PUBLISHING COUP ANY. Entered ill tliu poatofllce in Voluwo, llrazoriu County. To xas, as lecouri elans mull matte r ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Issue $1.U0 One Inch One Month i>.oo Two Inches One Month -i.oo Four Inchon Olio Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 rates of subscription. One Year $2.00 8ix Month i.00 Three Mouths 75 Single Copy 5 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. llouiul trip ticket lo the Tonus Fair at Dallas 0110 Juro from Oct. 10th to ¡JOtli, inclusivo. The papers correct the state- ment that Huntington hits bought the Aransas Pass ro.ul; it is oil!- cially denied. —m • • A divorced millionaire's wile, William Campbell, now Mndain Di Ooeoco, was detected iu smuggling $110,()00\vort!i of paintings through into New York last. week. — John O'Neal,a desperate fugitive from justice, was shot and killed by a Breuliain posse, under the leadership of the city marshal Tuesday night. F. («rotliiiK, Sr, of San Antonio, had an arm broken last Thur...

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