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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 October 1892

< CHEAP JOHN STORE. 20 yrads bleached Domestic, $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 100 Tninmiiurs 20 yards cotton Flannel, 30 yards Cheese Cloth, 20 yards Calico, 12 and 15 yards and up Henrietta Silks and Satins, in all Colors and I rimmin^s, at straight New York prices. Full line of New Shoes Hamilton, BFOuun ll|ul other Factories Oxford Ties, at St Louis prices. Corner Avenue B and Second streets, JN THE OLI) (JAUN JíUlLDINíJ. J, ROSENSTRAUCH, ■ Manager. THE VELASGO TiMLS. ' ItLANK UTS Hud Ql'lLTS from no cents to $10 per pair. CLOTHING, HATS,NOTIONS at prices never offered in Velasco before. MEN'S SUITS, worth #25, at *15. HOYS'mul YOUTHS'best suits proportioned as above. L AI) 1 US' I' N DE It W E A It, of all kinds, at very reduced prices. THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. CHURCHES. Baptist jlii licn Serviros 11 n. m, 2(1 ami 4tli Biilifoiiths. Ri:v. \V. k. tyni.s. j'nstor f-'iinclay si luin) 3:00 i> in every Sunday. K S, ii 1,0vk.lt, Secretary mid Superintendent. The M. K. Church and chr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 14 October 1892

VM V K Y"'TH?^MpAfJío^V gil, is m ÍV HE spectacle America present this day is with- out precedent in history. From ocoan to ocean— in city, villano and countryside —tlicr children of tho states are marshaled and marchidtf under the banner of the nation, and with them tho people are gathering around the school house. Men are recognizing tod. t y the most impressive annivcn nry since Homo cele- brated her thousandth year—the '100th anniversary of the stepping of a hemi- sphere into the world's lifo; four com- pleted centuries of a ne w social order; the celebration of liberty and enlighten- ment organized into a civilization. Ami while during these hours tho federal government of these United States strike<t the keynote of this great American day that gives honor to the common American institution which unites us all, we asseinbio horo that wo, too, may exult, the freo school that em- bodies the American principle of uni- versal onliglilenmcnt and equality, the most characteristic ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 October 1892

VOL. 2. "Deep Water a Kaet—-Not a Promise." VELASCO BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, FRTDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1892. NO. « J. R. Morris' Sons — v COLUMBUS DAY PROGRAMME. WHOLESALE AND KETAIL |}f t 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 «And the Easiest Terms. Horticulturists' Home. The climatic and soil conditions and advantages of Angloton District sur- pass Dickinson and equal Alviu. The prices oí hands arc away below either. Angle ton is located in Brazoria county, on the Velasco Terminal ltailway, 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. bbyan, Veiaioo.TexKi < HUTGHIN8HOUSE 1 HOUSTON, TEXAS. First-class in all Departments Popular Prices—$2and$2*50 per Day. j Turkish and Rushian llallis at all Hours. G-330. D. HOD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 October 1892

'THE VELflSCO TIMES. THE TIMES PÜBLISHINO POMP AMY. Jin lore I ni Itiu |>< «tofllce i Volasen, Brazoria County, Texan, as seeoml olas* mull inutu r. advertising rates. Ouo Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch Olio Month 2.00 Two luchen One Month 4,00 Four luchen One Month 7.00 Six Inches Ouo Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCIPTION. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 76 Mingle Copy 5 PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAY. HOW A NWKKT LITTLE TEACHElt im:fkm s heh flag am wins A NAME. A Prcitv St017 For I'uplls lo Read oil October ¿Int., lHOg. Tlio school committee had engaged ilelou Fenton to teach for the fall and winter terms at Columbia Corners with some misgivings. "We ought to have got a teacher with more determination and energy," KiigiíostiMl Chairman Ross, of the commit tilt . "Miss Fenton took an excellent examination, but she's such a mild little body I'm afraid some of the tough# up there will b« too much for her." Mr. Williams, of the committee, to whom these remarks were addressed, chu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 October 1892

CHEAP JOHN STORE. -< \ 20 yrads bleached Domestic, $1.00 20 yards cotton Flannel, 1.00 30 yards Cheese Cloth, 1.00 20 yards Calico, 1.00 12 and 15 yards and up 1.00 Henrietta Silks and Satins, in all Colors and Trimmings, at straight New York prices. Full line of New Shoes—hamilton, Brown and other Faetones—Oxford Ties, at St. Louis prices. BLANK UTS and QUILTS from 50 cents to «<10 per pair. CLOTHING,1IATS, NOTIONS at prices never offered in Velasco before. MEN'S SUITS, worth #2.* , at #15. BOYS'and YOUTHS' best suits proportioned as above. LA DI KS' UN DERW EAR, of all kimls, at very reduced prices. Corner Avenue B and Second streets, IN THE OLD CAHN BUILDING. J, ROSENSTRAUCH, ■ Manager. ["HE VELASCO TIMES. THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. CHURCHES, Baptist OiicitcuSurvieon 11 a. m, 2tl «ml 4tli SabluithK. Rkv. W. E. Tvnkm, Pastor Sunday school 8:00 p. m. every Sunday. K. S, (iLOVKii, Secretary ami Superintendent. The M. E. Church aud christian ser- vices will ho held in the Mc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 21 October 1892

¡« .i.srixri'M I'HOM KU1ST l'Aiii;.] tad with vori!-i or «pinre rigged, while UuilMr m.i.-t was supplied with lateen A loug bowsprit projected from her Ivw, but carriol uo jiba or head sols No sail* vero carried aloft above I he top .tils. üuvitii; favorable winds a sail was act tinder the bowsprit reaching to the water, and known us the wntersail or ■pritsail. lilis sail fell into disuse over ;wo centuries ago. The Pint i and Nina were caravels, but rigged exclusively with lateen Bails. | The former, however, was partially ; stputre rigged prior to sailing, and the latter wiiH ( imilarly c hanged beforo the fleet 1 ;ft the Canaries from Palos. Ships in tlio days of Columbus were supposed to make headway through the water only when the wind blew in a favorable direction. The idea of toc-kiiic? against, a head wind was entirely uuKnown to the mariner;! of the past, notwithstand- ing ttiu fia t that ships have been pro- pelled by K'.il power alone for thousands ' of years. Vet in spit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 October 1892

#■ B'lalco VOL. 2. "Deep Water a Fact-—Not n Promise." VELASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28. 18i>2. THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. how they CELEBRATED THE DIS- COVERY OF AMERICA. i> I The Largest SE> Best Selected Stock -or STDVES, liiBi, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC,, OF A IS V HOUSE IN T1!E CITV. They purchase their Goods at the very lowest prices for Gash, and by so doing can defy competition. When in need of anything in our line, be sure to call on us, and we will save you money. Avcnixo A, Volflsco, Texan . -:-ANGLETON-:- The-¡-Cheapest-:-Lands rasaArtd the Easiest Terms. H6ft8bultufists' Home. The climatic and soil conditions und advantages of Angelón District sur- pass Dickinson and equal Aivin. 'J'lic prices ul Lands are away iielow either. Angleton isioctttedin Brazoria county, on the Velusco Termli.nl Hail way, fifteen miles from Alvin and lorty-two from Houston. For prices of town lots, blocks, or traets of ten, twenty, forty and one hundred acres—address jt. s*. bh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 October 1892

THE VELASGO TIMES. m THE TZXE8 PUBLISHING COMPANY. KuU-rod til thu po«Uil!lc o in Velaavo, Hrazorla Couuty, Toxtu, ■ Mooad olus mall matt* r. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inoli One Ihhuo $1.00 One Inch One Mouth 2.00 Two Inches One Mouth 4.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six luches Oue Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCIPTION. One Year 12.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 76 Single Copy 5 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. the a. W. CAMPBEU.. Full DftAiii of i li« VVli'ck of iki« fttttiHtiMr. San Fkanoisco, Oct. 24.—Full details were recmvi:d by the Honolulu steamer of tin* wifci'k of th's Anmricitn ship W. A. Cumpbnli and thu torrible iuffuiinga oi the mute hihI tori sailors in ari open boat fur twenty five days. Mate A. R. Bnllivan and six men arrived on the steamer. Sullivan is a youii# Ameri- can of consiiter.'ible literary ability, and has had two articles printed in the Century Magazine, "The Loss of the Rappahannock" and "Around Cape Horn." lie rehearsed the details of the coming on of the hurricane olf ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 October 1892

CHEAP JOHN STORE. % ¿¿4 i 20 yrads bleached Domestic, $1.00 20 yards cotton Flannel, 1.00 30 yards Cheese Cloth, 1.00 20 yards Calico, 1.00 12 and 15 yards and up 1.00 Henrietta Silks and Satins, in all Colors and Trimmings, at straight New York prices. Full line of New Shoes — Hamilton, Br oujn and other Factories—Oxfofd Ties, at St, Louis prices. BLANKETS and QUILTS from 50 cents to $10 per puir. CLOTHING, HATS, NOTIONS at prices never offered in Velasco before. MEN'S SUITS, worth $25, at *15. HOYS'and YOUTHS' best suits proportioned as above. LA DI KS' UNDER WEAK, of all kinds, at very reduced prices. Corner Avenue B and Second streets, IN THE OLD CAHN BUILDING. J. ROSENSTRAUCH, - Manager. fHE VELASCO TIMES. THE TIKES PUBLISHING COMPANY. CHURCHES. baptist Oiiuitcn Servico 11 n. m, 2d nn<l 4tli Sutibnths, rev. w. E. tynks, Pastor Sunday school 8:00 )> m. every Sundny. F. S, tii,ovKii, Secretary and Suiierlutendeut. The M. E. Church uud christian ser- vices will be held in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 28 October 1892

DEALING IN FUTURES. Presented Especial ly for the lleueflt of Parmer . Perhaps no measure has ever beet) introduced' luto congress of such vital interest to the planter and farmers of this country as the Hatch "Anti-option Bill," which will come ugaiu before the senate for its consideration at the next session. it contemplates the complete overthrow in this coun- try of the system of trading in future contracts for grain, cotton, hog products, etc., which is now in vogue, not only in the United States, but in England and on the continent. It purports to be introduced in the interest of the farmers; its advocates claiming that this sys- tem of trading tends to depress the price of the products thus dealt in. If this contention he true, it in clearly for the interest of the farnu118 that the bill be enacted into law. But if, on the contrary, this theory is fallacious; if, instead of depressing the price, this system of trading enables the farmer to secure for his product the very best...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 4 November 1892

Uttero Deep Water a Fact Not a Promise," VOL VELASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1892. NO. 8 |" The Largest £E> Best Selected Stock o—or—o STOVES, MOK NR OILS, GLASS. ETC, OF ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. WHM MTÍi¡Í ÍWHnÍHni IIIIHIHIHIIHllÍlll IWIHÍ>HIM M« nHMMIHIHIIHII ll«IHIIIHIM«in« MHIHIIIIIMIIIItlHII>MIIIMnini IH«MWIHIWW>W*l They purchase their Goods at the very lowest prices for Gash, and by so doing can defy competition. When in need of anything in our line, be sure to call on us, and we will save you money. ,ue Volnaoo, To* [ I ANGUETON The-:- Cheapest-:- Lands i-And the Easiest Terms. Horticulturists' Home. The climatic and soil conditions and advantages of Angleton District sur- pass Dickinson and equal Aivin. Tho prices ot Lands arc away below either. Angletou Is located in Brazoria couuty, on the Velasco 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 hundre...

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

THE VELASCO TIMES. TEE TIKES PUBLISHING COMPANY. JCnUired nt the poitofUcc in VcIukoo, Itraxurlo County, Toxaa, m nocoiid eliuw mull inatti r ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One Iueh One Month. 2.001 will be determined, the election of a Election Day. Next Tuesday, tito Nth lust., Is olec- tlon «lay. Iu national aif'uim the two questions on which the two national pan'en depend for their vital force will bénottlod—tariff and a free ballot. In Texas state afluir the question of prosperity or prostration will be decided. In our own tenth district, iu which Velasco is vltaliy concerned, Two Inches One Mouth -j.oo Four Inohea One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF 8UBSCIPTION. One Year fci.oo Six Months 1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy 6 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Milwaukee luid a +30,000,000 fire last week, Grover Cleveland is gaining strength daily in New York. Hon. D. C. Giddings, of Urenham, has come out lull and luminous for George Clark. The Grunewald opera hou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 4 November 1892

CHEAP JOHN STORE. QUARTERLY MKETlNti OF THE SI. E. CHURCH. l)r. l>avi«l (Jay, of Fort Worth, 1'rcachos Three Excellent Sermons at the .IcLuIn Hall. 20 yrads bleached Domestic, $1.00 20 yards cotton Flannel, 1.00 30 yards Cheese Cloth, 1.00 20 yards Calico, 1.00 12 and 15 yards and up 1.00 Henrietta *£jlks "and Satins, in all Colors and Trimmings, ;\t straight New York prices. Full line of New Shoes- Hamilton, Brouin and other ' Factories--Oxford Ties, at St. Louis prices. Corner Avenue B and Second streets, TJ5Í TJIK OLD ÜA1IN BUILDING. J. ROSENSTRAUCH, - Manager. THE VELASGO TIMES. BLASKHTS and QUILTS from 50 cents to $10 per pair. CLOTHING, II ATS,NOTIONS tit prices never offered in Velasco before. MEN'S SUITS, worth $25, at ♦15. BOYS'aud YOUTHS' best suits proportioned as above. LAD1 US' ITNDEHWEA H, of all kinds, at very reduced prices. THE TIMES .PUBLISHING- COMPANY. 1892 NOVEMBER. 1892 Su. MQ. % Tta. Fr, 1 2 .3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 4 November 1892

w¡. HE$@' S'feíl'ví: ■ ■ '«i*,;-a. wt i NATIONAL CAPITAL duole1 will NOT figure in ths fight this year. FreliMlnarr Stap Toward the OrfiilU' tloa af tka Naval Mllltla-Tka Irlih- Aaaerleane Ser* lug Ufa Saataucee la Oraat Vr Itala. Washington, Nor. I.—Dudley, ex- pension coimnlssoner and author of tha "blocks of five" letter, who *u largely credited wiili bavin* carried Indiana {orHurraon four years ago, trill not figure in the fight thia year. He will not eren go to Indiana to rote, aa he ia now paired with Colonel Bright, a prominent Indiana Democrat. The agreement is that neither will rote thia year. Aa soon aa Harrison became g'esidont he turned tho cold ahoulder to udley, giving him to understand that hia company was not desired at the White House. Dudley haa held aloof from the president and while prophesy* tag Republican success will not work for it Fret Corn for Mrs Ico. Wabiiikoton, Nor. i.—The socretary of atate i< in receipt of a dispatch dated Oct. 17, 1802, from the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 November 1892

i ¡L > ¥ < ) fhe pía HSB Deep Water 11 K..^ VOL. 2. VELASCO, BRAZO IMA CO., TEX rom l>;e. s;ta It¡ K II. 189.2. NO. 9 n nú lumn hnr The Largest SI Best Selected Stock STOIÍS, HUME, NWS, OILS, GUtSS, ETC. OF ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. They purchase their Goods at the very lowest prices for Cash, and by so doing can defy competition. When in need of anything in our line, be sure to call on us, and we will save you money. V*1 A NGLETO N The-:- Cheapest-:- Lands™ —And the Easiest Terms. Horticulturists* Home. The «lima tic and aoll conditions and advantages of Angleton District sur- pass Dickinson and equal Alvln. The prices ot Lauds are away below either. Angletou is located iu Brazoria county, on the Velasco Terminal Hallway, fifteen ml'es from Alvln and forty-two from Houston. For prices of town lots, blocks, or tracts of ton, twenty, forty and one hundred acres—address j. w. HUTCHINSHOUSE HOUSTON, TEXAS. First-class in all Departments Popular Prices—$2 and $2.50 per Day. Turkis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 November 1892

mi- 0 ... GROVER CLEVELAND. the Lucky Sinn. THE LATEST BULLETINS ludiente Thut the Vot« in thti Kleelural Collage Will lit ClKV«tlnntl ITOi Har- rison 140, Wrnnr '¿'{Republican* May tone Iowa anil Minnesota. New Y« bk, Nov. 10.—In 1000 district* Cleveland's plurality in 00,471. New York—The H«riild's bulletiit say$: CI v<*laiul will tarty the state by 25,000 plurality and claims the outlook favora hiw election. New York—Time hundred and fifty seven districts outside of the city and Brooklyn give Harrison 0174 plurality. The fame districts in ltBUgave Harrison 11,170. The Times' bulletin pays Weaver hud 10,000 plurality in Nebraska, New York—Two hundred and forly- five districts outside of New York and Brooklyn kívh Cleveland 28,220 and Harrison 88,087. The samo districts in 1888 gave Cleveland 80,055 and Harrison 86,658. New York—A Sun bulletin says the city and Kind's county give Cleveland over 100,000 majority. The Advertiser's bulletin says the Re publican candidal o will prob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 November 1892

.M VELASCO TIMES. THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. 1892 NOVEMBER. 1892 > U j Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. 8a. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 CHURCH £28. Baptist CIiiukch Service 11 n. m, '.M ami tli Sabbaths. Bev. W. K. Tynp.x, Pnstor Sunday school 3:00 v> m every Sandfly. F. S, Ulovkk, Secretary ami Superintendent. The M. E. Church and christian ser- vices will be held In the McCialú building hereafter, lie v. C. 1$, lioaty will preach every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and 7:30 p. m., Sunday school 4 p. m. The christian Hunday school begins 10 o'clock a. m. Mr. T. E. Douthctt .superintendent Tabksnaci.ki--lbl and 3d Hnbbaths Bev. It. II. Hodge, P>WBbyUTlan¡ .1*1 and 3rd Sabbaths, Bev, W. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9:30 a. in., CI. M. l'ntllln, su] crlutundunt; Goo. Moore, secretary. Ciikihtian . CoiiKrcjjiitlou worship in the Thomua school room next door west of Paris Hotel. Sunday school 0:00 a. jn., T. E. Dautbctt, su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 November 1892

sp' [< 'oijtinued fiora third page.] Cushion h x given Clark 87, Nrigen 60. Hogg 47. Howe. Nov. 10.—Hogg for governoi by 190 plurality. Van Auityne, Nov. 10.—The H"gfc ticket is ahead, with Culberson, candi d«te for attorney general, loading Bailey, for congress, leads by abuut 151 majority. Denton Oonnly. Audrey, Nov. 10 —ti¡e Hogg stat* ticket in alu'iid; candidate for cougrea leads by about 275 majority. SIXTH DISTHICT. Dill imm County. Daixah. Nov 10.—None of the wnrdi yetcouiit'd, l uí indications «how Clark has carried the city. iciii County. MiDlxmiiAX. Nov. 10 —Hogg 100, Nu gent 02, Clark 10. Abbott leading fot congress wuh 18 majority. Miwok , Nov. 10.—Nintent 11, Clark 42, Hojjk 59; Abbott 75, Kearby 81; leg ishitnre, Heull 10!, Wood 10. Ennis, Nov. 10.—Latest retaros givt this city to Clark for governor by 191 plurality with Hogg noxt and Niigeui third. Itai.y Nov. 10,—The Hoggstateticko* is ahead, with Abbott, for congress, leading by about 400 majority, Johnson Count...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 November 1892

) liasen wars*f¿r+tauBM+amm*3i,L'i*i. am ^ Deep Water ,-t Fact—-Not l'rom VOL. 2. VELASCO. J?lí A55GÍÍ1 A CO., TEX.AS "'líTDA Y, NOYEMlJEIi 18, 1802. NO. ÍO W >. i/ i < lil I The Largest 55 Best Selected Stock e OF «' CíítMIIHIII«NIUllHMIIIlÍlMII4IIIIIIHIIU inMIIIIMIIIMMIMUIIIIUIMnilllÍlMIIIIHIHMÍMIinilMIIIMIIIIMI<niMIII I |M . • • ti t IU • 11 • lllt •« M*!. STOVES, UMME, PdlKTS, OILS, SUSS, ETC, OF ANV 1IOU8E IN THE CITS'. They purchase their Goods at the very lowest prices for Gash, and by so doing can defy competition. When in need of anything in our line, be sure to call on us, and we will save you money. Avenue A, Volaooo, Toxab AN G LETON-:- The-¡-Cheapest-:- Lands<—-* -araraaAnd the Easiest Terms. Horticulturists' Home. The eilmatlc mid soil conditions and advantages of Angle ton District sur- pass Dickinson and equal Alvin. The prices ot Lands arc away below either. Anglotou is located in Brazoria county,on the Velasco Terminal Railway, fifteen mi'es from Alvin ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 November 1892

THE VELASCO TIMES. TBS TIKES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Kntered nt the pcntofllco In Vela oo, Brazoria County, Texas, ax second class innll nutt< r. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two IncheH One Month 4.00 Kour Inchon One Month 7.00 Mix Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oue Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Month "5 Single Copy 5 ' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. (Jen. It. O. Dyrenforth is project- ing with his r.iin-inaking apparatus in the Sun Antonio district. The winter season is u favorable time for his work, but of little value to ihe people, Mrw. Hannah Cole Eld rid go, a lady of classic education and for- merly a teacher in the public school in Brcnhtun, died there last Sunday evening, in her sixty second year. The New Orleans strike, tliat paralyzed business for a week or two, was much to the detriment of the strikers They surrendered, hiuI matters are all quiet and in v\ orking order now. The Hiawatha, the ilnast steam- boat that plies t...

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