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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 November 1892

www > THE VELflSCO TIMES. TBE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. 1892 NOVEMBER 1892 > K 1 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 ! 60 1^ 22 23 _ • 24 25 26 27 28 29! 30 CHUHCHEB, BAi'TiRT Ohcwh Scrvice* 11 n. m, 2<t ami til SuMiutliv Rkv. W. K. Tynkk, 1'iistor Sunday kcIiooI 3:00 p m every Sunday. F. 8, lij.OYKH, Secretary and Superintendent. The M. K. Church and christian ser- vicos will be held in the McCiaiu building hereafter. Rev. C. B. Beaty will preach every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and 7:30 p. m., Sunday school 4 p. in. The christian Sunday school begins 10 o'clock a. m. Mr. T. E. Douthett superintendent Taiikrnaci.k:—1st and 3d Sahtnitlis Kuv. II, H. Hodge, Prcubytcrlan; ;ist and 3rd HubbnUm, Itov, W. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m,. M. Patiltn, Riirerlntendonl; Geo, Moore, neeretiiry. Christian CoiigrORiitlou worship in the Thomas school mom next door west of Paris Hotel. Sunday school 9:00 a. w.,T. E. Dauthctt, ...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 November 1892

m m democratic wool duties. 'Crlip on tlie Effect of the Hprlnfer Pros Wool Hill. We passed a bill known as the Springer wool bill. We put raw wool on the free liat—mado it (tbsi)lately free. We did not intend to hurt the farmer when we did it, because, in a proper sense, the Australian urnl other foreign wool brought into this country is not in com* petition with American wool. It is an auxiliary—nn aid—necossary to mix and mingle with it to make the various kinds of goods that we want. And then, again, the Democrats gener* ally are in favor of free raw materials to enable our manufacturing establish' menta to obtain their materials more cheaply. We put wool on the free list, but we did not stop there. We reduced the tariff on woolen goods from an av- erage specific and ad valorem rato equiv- alent to 09 per cent., which is whero the McKinley law puts it, to an average of less than 05 per cent. That is the rednc tion proposed in the bill which passed the house. Now last year there ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 November 1892

\ |x J I > < ? \y- VOL. 2. "Deep Water n Ki ici Not ;\ I'roinise," VELASCO, BIIAZOIUA CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2" . 1802. NO. II A DEAD FAILURE. A ChrUilnn NrlontUt Trie III, Ilarkrl on ■ Kaltlr.nnko nuil u Fihit 1 lollow . -HAV B- The Largest SÍ5 Best Selected Stock Sum Jones in (JalvPhloii. Wo never make it a business to republish tho printed sermons of .. „ .. evangelists, because, as a usual Gainksvim.k, Tex , Nov. 21. — tor , . . . , some time tho Christian Scientists thing, their sermons have almost have fteen holding meetings in the j exclusively a local vicinity of Henue-ey, On., anil one of the advocates was thai if one had the proper faith a rattlesnakes could bo handled without few of danger. Dub fellow Hani that ho and his fain i! y liad often handled snaiiea. and that wnen a local application. We d< part slightly from our habit, however, by j ivinj; below the pel oration of Sam Jones' lirst reg- guiar sermon in Galveston. We he returned homo ho expected to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 November 1892

1? ■ V f-..\ ffit- THE VELA3C0 TIMES,! "THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY, i << ■—mmrmmm— ; Entered ni Hi" ju .st<irti.-i in VelHM' , Uriixoiift j County, 'IVxas. ns Kccond cliiss mail inatU r ADVERTISING RATES. Oiin inch One Issue $1.00 OnoInch One Mouth -.00! Two luchos One Mouth -1.00 Kour inches Olio Month 7.00 Six Inches One Mouth 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCIPTION. One Year $2.00 Six Mouths 1,00 i I'iiree Months 751 Singlo Copy 6 ; . PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Mills in the cabinet, Hoggin the Semite and Clark in the executive j chair! is the way the Velasco | Timet* would turn Texas loose. Texas by the census of lS'JO in placed on record as follows: Total population, var.,whites. I,- 747,iKir>; colored,: males, 1,172,5.™; fein:iles, 1,032,1)70; na- tive born, 2,0Hli,fi07 ; foreign born, 102,050. When we read the result of the census of lHiio muí re the dimin- utive figures ' Vis given to Texas and coi ¡iiler thai the geo- graphical area «I 'f if. 170,009,- 200 acres, equal I > ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 November 1892

} < ■'. • fHE VELA8G0 TIMES. THE TIMSS PUBLISHING COMPANY. 1892 NOVEMBER. 1892 Su. Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fr. Sa. 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 80 CHURCHES, Baptist "unten Servlcca 11 it. in, ami | Ih Sulibiitlix. Ki'V. W. E. TvNi s. 1'asior Bnmlny school 3:00 )• m every Biuuluy. F. S, Oi.ovkh, Secretary and Kii|m'r|nti iiclcnt TKe M. IS. Church und christian ser- vices will bo held in the McCluIn building' hereafter. Rev. ('. B. Beaty will preach every Sunday morning at 11 o'ulot k and 7: HO p. in, Sunday school 4 p. m. The christian Sunday school lupins 1(1 o'clock a. m. Air. T. IS. Douthett superintendent Tadfhnaci.k:—1st unit :i.l Siibl'itlli Hev. If, It. Iloiljíi , l'''usliyt«riun; 1st unit :ir<l Sabbath k, Uev, \V. T. Keith, Molhoillst. Htinilay school hi 9:80 n. in,, i' M. I'atlllo, Ml] i.'iiuU'iiili'iit; Ui'ii. Moore, secretary. ('ll it i sT ia n CuiigrupnUou worship in the Thomas school mom next tloor west of rails Hotel. Sunda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 November 1892

7^ ' M " / mil Bfj" K WORK OF RAIN MAKERS. "A PRIEST ABSCONDS. A COLOREO CHILD BURNED TO DEATH Aftof • Thirty Days Jail Service He Skipi Out With $3200. Tw< Highwaymen, Aiirt Rabbins * Cniiiirr- { itian. Are Caplurtd by ilia Fpllcc. Rev. II. WllhU 11*14 Up ler *•¿00 and Ilia Watcli. San Antonio, J'ax., Nov. '-'3.— Aftor the tiring of several twenty- pound charge* of i-ogelUt* by (ion. bj'ronfarth'a party of rain maicera Moaday evening (is u mere tost of their batterifs, a slow rain fell from 8 to 10. The sky contained but a few mackerel clouds prior to tho lli'inff. and the showor came down during the firing and niter it had ceased. As thla ílrlnjf, however, was not intonued for rain making purposes no credit is claimed for It by the experimentara. It might have beun a mere coincidence. , Yesterday a balloon ascension whs made to ascertain the condition of the upper atmosphere. I'rof. John T. ' Kllia tho aeronaut of the parly, wont up at 4 p. in., risin? to tho height of 8800 fee...

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

(Eititcs. Oeep Wíuer a Fí-iCi—Noi íi VO'i. £. VELA SCO, BRAZORIA CO . TEXAS. FRIDAY. UP.CtiM'KtSO 2 ISí>2. m HULL USDW MM #■ Í — • — -HAVK N, The Largest 55$ Best Selected Stock k OE1 ■> * lllllHllHmilHHIHIH STOWS, MOW®, PAIHlS. OILS. ELKS, ETC. OF ANY HOUSE TN 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 cal o n us, and we will save you money. jLvonue A, V"ela«oo, Toxaa i -:-ANGLETON-:- • * The-:-Cheapest-:-Lands -— «And the Easiest Terms. Horticulturists7 Home. Tre o'.ioiatic and sol' co'jc'Uoiis ■ <1 atf vantav.es oí Argleton District sur- pass Dickinson and equai A-vbi. T.. orices of La uls are away beiow eitue.-. Angioton Is.ocateO it) Drrzoria < otmty, on the Velasco Te-mi lal Railway, fifteen miles from A'vin and forty-two from Houston. For prices of town lots, blocks, or tracts of ten, twenty, fo.«y a>u, one hundred a-Tes—adores* «j. p. bryan, vbIb...

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

THE VELASGO TIMES.' „Tb" 111 i these counties wa« evidently about P®1' ceut íü)' Clark and 3U per ■;'HE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. . „ ir ... t. „ .am ¿.mu w | fnr|fn^^f whiln the Itepilbll- Kn.creii at ti.o i volteo, umbría I«« vote was approximately 65 per comity, Tuxbh, un*■<mi<iHa *mailmatur ¡cent for Hogg, lfl per cent lor ■■ i Clark and 20 per cent for Nuyeut. ADVERTISING rates. 'i'hm estimate can't be far wrong oue Inch One Month. 111 !"! ¿00! when Hogg's splendid plurality in 1'wo Inches One Month 4.00 these counties is properly and KourInches One Month 7.00 .. , . (,011H¡(iHI...(i *ix luchen One Month 10.00; m,rl> i oustuei(.11. Clark's heavy vote came from rates of guBSCiPTioN. (jU! white democratic counties. 4,",eMonth* ^¡¡{ TIib proof comes unmistakably nfree'Months'.'- 75 ¡ from the census bulletin. Here Single Copy •> ure fifteen white counties, repre- scntative in all respects: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. J>üpula.' (,)U ( County y Hon. lftWhite orod IK VS 15...

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

' FHF VFI ñSPfl TIMFS Til. TI1a«lt* Ko^tlin^al I.oiii?>Vharf'. The M udcalo Last Weduesday. Veiasco and Vicinity. iLLflUUU 1UTlLU. J'lie Titanlc,v, hose etymology means |,tt8t Wednesday night I>y previous ! The climate here in perfectly charm- THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. ¡ Pertalu'"í> to l'ie 't'ltaus, here means i appointment the Veiasco music club J ¡"lí. There ltt uo spot on the Aiuerl- i —i—■— also gigantic, is now loading at Loug held its regular puhlie meeting in the ¡ «un continent that surpasses Veiasco Wharf with eottou-seed cake. Her parlor of tho Hotel Veiasco. The par- ,l)r a medium temperature. Thether- r'*- lili CHURCHES, Baitiht Chi'kcii Servicc 11 a. m, 2d and Hi SitlibnthK. Hk.v. W. E. Tvnes, I'astur i Sliililny sellool 3:00 |i j intelligent and genial captain, Samuel lor was ijulte well filled and a very moineter here has registered 75degrees i C. Nelson, is every inch a master. He pleasant pastime was e-ijoyed by all lull this week. The rainfall has not...

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

®!fTJ ' domestic brevities. my ■H «W V . E ' Bi m art;''. R: T*i>lc* •' lit TUmi CtNllVr ClIM CiiOihI Iran Dally Rf part*. The Unseed oil and lead companies ara to form a trust. Germany will uso American postal cars on tta railways. Joba Coe was scalded to death at Viklnf, Va., recently. A marriage bureau la being estab- lished at Pittsburg, Pa. Two prominent married women of Utloa, 111., have eloped. Miss Otta Hare was burned to death at Petersburg, Va.. recently. Every stato in Mexico will be rep- resented at tbe World's fair. Four persons wore poisoned by oof- fee at Nevada, Mo., recen ti y. Dotrolt's school board has rescinded its anti-Catholio teacher rulo. Deakmalcera of the central atatea are forming a pool at tihloago. Seven notorious crimínala eaoaped jwit at La Porte. Ind., recently. Constitutional prohibition la now practically adoad letter In Kansas. 'l'no election has bad aa unfavor- able effect on the iron ore market. Muggie Evans, aged 4, of Paduoab, Ky., recently ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 9 December 1892

• - ' Í a; SiK -i Deep Water a Fact — N<>t m Promise, VOL. 2. y BLASCO, 1W AZOltIA CO., TEXAS FXIIDAY. DECEMBELi 9. fi8t)L\ NO 13. ■HAV E- The Largest 55 Best Selected Stock -OB"- STOVES, HMHHH PtlNTS. OILS, GUSS, tit OP 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 cal on us, and we will save you money- jay tioultl. ! the prices to be charged (or their Jay Uould, the richest man on I goods. In the midst of the pauic the American coutinent, the ac- knowledged mogul of Wall street and railroad king on this continent, died at his home in New York 9:15 a. m. Dec. 2, IS 2, of consumption of the bowels, jiged 57 years, 7 mo mid ~> days. His wife had pre- ceded him Jimunry 13, 1891. Ilia it was reported that Seoretary Boutwell of the United States treasury had thrown four millions of gold on the market, and the ex- citement subsided, gold fell and Jay Goul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 9 December 1892

THE VELASCO TIMES. THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Entered h( Ihe pMtofllee in Velasco, Brazoria County, Texas, ax second claim mail matU r ADVERTISING RATB8. Que Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month 4.00 Kour IncheH One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATE8 OF SUB8CIPTION. One Year $2.00 .-Jlx Months 1.00 Three Months 76 Single Copy 6 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Cleveland's election is said to have brought about two inestima- ble blessing*, the turning aside of Biela's comet and the shaving off Watterson's mustache. If for , nothing else, even the Republicans should rejoice. After Sam Jones ceased his re vival in Galveston the tabernacle was turned over to the use of the negroes. The erratic preacher known as sin-killer Griffin mount ed the sanctuary and the welkin has been ringing with shouts ever since. Deep Water Progress in Galveston Col. John 1). Rogers, chairman Committee on Harbor in Galveston, submitted the following to the officers and members ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 9 December 1892

fHE VELftSCO TIMES. THE TIMES PUBLISHING COHPAKY. CHURCHES. H-li'TIST Sill?IK a ^frvU.'1'n U u. In, 2d ii'hI tli 8ahbatks. Kkv. W. E. Tynek, 1'íi-tor Sunday mthftol 8:Ihi p". m every Sunday. K. 8. IjI.ovwt, Secreter** snd Superintendent The (¿rand Sacred Concert. There is nothing that succeeds so well as "success;" awl this is the re- ward tliat attended the efforts of Hie noble ladies who set their hearts upon that oue result'Success.' 'The weath- er was sereuely perfect during the whole tiiue, and daily they were out with satchel and tickets giving all a chance to enjo;,' the richest feast of The Al. K. ( hutch aud christian ser-, .. ... tll unii ♦,* vices will ho held in the McClaiu !th® aeason, und wbat is better still to building hereafter. Rev. ('. H. Beaty ; contribute to the furtherance of the will preach every Sunday morning at sacred purpose of their, cherished oh- ° ^ J}1"' fjul"juy ject, the sacred concert. school 4 p. ra. The christian Sunday ^ ,mve often thought the ol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 9 December 1892

:W, ■ m«Si ASA MOBAL >0i£STí()N A WQH TARIFF THEORY ONE OF >. ROBBERY AND PLUNDER Of (ha Many For the lléucflt of (hi taw—Four-Flft(in of the Republican L d«n Iiuve Made Their Melius Out of the Tarllt Chicago Hei tniiff abomina one man fur man, Equivoi The root of tho is the taxation oil benefit of another' and falsify hs the advocates of this robber propaganda may, that is tho object that every rascal apiong them has in view. That 1> the vested right of which we hear so mnch. That is tho business Interest that is said to bo threatened. Stealing is a vulvar enough crime. Poos it become moro respectable when it is indorsed by an entire political party, when great newspapers and great names lend their myral Support to it, and when even preachers ¿fto con- tent to remain speechless in it:• pre >- enco? There is no occasion for self- úeucptiun horn. The protective tariff stands to-day the most abhorrent froi-k of a government of thieves, by thieves, for thieves. Sooner or la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 16 December 1892

h ? r lelíÉo "Deep Water a Khci.---N< >t ¡\ 1 'romi Si1 VOL. 2. m J-'..-!!!1 VELASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, FliIDA V, tHiCHM IJKR 1G. 1 S!>2. THE IRRKPRKSSIHLE. TAKttT FOR J. R. Morris' Sons, vvimr.p.sAr.w avr> rrtail HOUSTON, TEXAS. [4 Farra* ;uid dealers will find prices marked down very low in this establishment. Get prices before buying elsewhere. ¡nj, ioq and Main st. Houston, Texas. Tit* Larriit ¿E' Best Selected Stock l M|ÉilllH<Mll H M||IIIIIMIIHlÍniWWÍljlÚ STOW, MllllillE, Mil OILS, SUSS, ETC. « * A¥V NOUS* IV VHE CITY. They purchase their Goods at the ▼•ry lowest prices for Cash, and by w doing can defy competition. When in need of anything in our line.be sure to cal on us, and we will save you money. Avonuo A, Vol« oo, Tox*b ANGLETON The Cheapest-:- Landse " u . «aAnd the Easiest Terms. -.'MJ Horticulturists' Home, Tin* c!¡M:itic und soil conditions and advantages of Augleton District sur- jwss HicUin:... and equal Aivin. The price# of Lands are away below e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 16 December 1892

fe I I VELflSCO TIMES. the times publishing COUP any. .1. . .1 .il-W-BgiBa Knterud «I the pc.tofflcc in Velaaoo, Bratoria County, Texas, m second class mall matt* t. advertising rates. One Inch One Issue $1.00 Ono Inch One Month 2.00 Two lache Ono Month 4.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF 8UB8CIPTIOJM. .'hie Year... $2.00 .Six Months....... 1.00 t'hree Months 76 Single Copy 5 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. étATt news NOTES. A Aiitarr <N« •i kwm airr i>i< c#iu wa t «r wi%tw «i id* state it ah ueon raised for bui'dlng at lows About, the proponed <•< Park. Work has coijj i'incod on Ibe new Knights of oulldlnf at Chll< draw. l'lirasars Ui n. i A iiono eountry re- imm'I a hirj*«l> ■ ■ aerea ge of ivhMt. . Mitvu been taken Péririparil in ' lie >- (t : the orap Congrega oponed promptly at 13 m. Monday, £dh lust. The lat- ter half of ,02nd oongresa will be a cold one. II I |l| )JL . ... Li A cyclopo penetrated Misiisaip pi lait Tuesday at Dum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 16 December 1892

ÍHE VELASGO TIMES. PES TIME3 PUBLISHING COMPANY. Tki Al on* o'doek p. a. lb* at—miMp Urol, Cap tal* H. Haasou. glided amootbly into por* diawla# .16 k*l{ the Drot «ma up the river with very little aaaiatanoe. The length of the Drot ie 887 leet. 41 1-1 feet, between beam 21 1-8 draught, dead lie M. G. church ami christian ser- will ho held in tbo McClalu ui lding hereafter, lie v. C. H. Beaty will preach every Sunday morning at1 ^ 11 o'clock and 7:30 p. "•, Sunday^ nnmhere eohooi 4 p. in. The christian ttnnday : we,*ht 4 M rb# wew numbers • • '28. Thie magnifleeot eteeiMblp was built at Bergen, Norway, la 1891. It school begins 10 o'clock a. iu. Mr. E. Doutbett superintendent Chunga of Schedule. Commencing Dec. 1st. the passenger train will loare Velasoo at 4 p. in. in stead or 4.10. aUBINESB LOCAIiB. TIME TABLE. V EI. A SCO TERMINAL. Arrivals ami departures from Velasco: l.KAVR FToii^tfin . 10:40 am Velasco 4 piu AltUIVE Velasco 2:15 pm Houston fcM) pm 8TKAMKH w. h. stkadman. I.RAVK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 16 December 1892

'■m' sfí, C'l. THE CHINESE EXCLUSION ACT. ítrlet Construction and Prompt En. forcemeat Fr^m timo to time we have call- « • tiu attention of the authorities in cM' negligence on the part of our internat ional points with Mex- ico in tliis matter. Chinese of l.otb high and low grades havf wased into Texas at HI Paso and Laredo with impunity. Only a few months ago a worthy China- man came over into TexaB, and owing to his poaessions here he was allowed to pass and repaBs. A.s the law is not a respector of persons we think the following decisión from a Federal bench is wise and just: nrw oki-i anh, La., December mine Edward 0. Billings in í i 11. ■ nited States circuit court y ouashed the indictments .... : verai Chinetw for viola ¡ -elusion act and defined v . ; <>r the government offi . > ,<uil he in brief: the statue relied upon by the x ¡"0? <■ muting ollicer is found in the i >!irii< section of the act of con- r¡ eBs of May S, 1892. That statue, jisit seems to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 23 December 1892

VOL. 2. (J* P I | fe'"' * ó. ;• m i . y VELASCO, BRAZOHIA CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1892. ^OJHEfi BIROS'. (J 8/15$, xw X J U 1,1 M4 ¿*¡m f 'a?,,"iWiif Jill xs;r? -«síV- «c^o§g; Come one some all, %/ Come large and small, Come hi¿'h and ball, ,' Jav Canba a a all. C- ■' fjome and see what we have ¿ob for <£follday J^resenbs. Call And See us, COHEN BROS. 18A83. \ A. B. FREEMAN, —DKALBR It — WH0LK8ALK AND RETAIL LIQUORS AND RUM, mm MB UNCI GROCERIES. A fresh supply of vegetables every day for the Holidays, fat turkeys and chickens. Call and get your table supplies where you can chose from the best at A. B. Freeman's. Avnue U m J (IJLMI ill! JIUI IN BUYING SHOES Coldwater's Shoe Store Buys Direct from Manufacturers for Cash and Sells for Cash and can give lower prices than anybody in the shoe line. A Partial List o? Makes: George E. Keith's Fine Footwear for men. Krip- pendorf & Dittman for Ladies. Also a Full Stock of Humil ton-Brown and Brown JDesnoyer's Shoe. Co.,und ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 23 December 1892

VÉLñSGO TIMES. IHES PUBLISHING OOJIFANY. m jR 8®> i . Kitlireil' *«t ,t io pwitolflce )u V«U CO, llruzorirt 1,'iiüuty, Texu , as nisnaiij <1h«« mail niutU r. ADVERTISING RATE8. Ona Inch Oiio Ikhiio $1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 i'wo Indies On« Month 4.00 Four lucho Ono Month 7.00 Hix luches Olio Month 10.00 HATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One "Year. «¿.00 (Six Months 1.00 Throo Mouths 75 Slugle <Jopy 5 ■ II—1WIMII I II II I - — —— | PUBLISHED. EVERY FRIDAY. : < i;(i lEwTI wJ I v 1 ;x< i Wtfp., l('o|ivrlehl. Ifr.W. t>> American Ac«r( - tluii. I OMORltOW i« 'ts)r. ¿¿1, CI i i kI i mis I To morrow in CLi'lst- iniw!" crlcil little Fay, clapping lie* hands an she d«ineed ii limit tlii* t.idi'Wiilk In the Mjftly falling miíiw. *4l)1d you know tomorrow Ih C h r 1st in ti a, Kl(% " Ami Kltic jurnpo (I n n <1 barked ami rolled In i hp «now, and hounded up again, aud ran scurrying off, saying as plainly an lie could tlm*. lie kiii'W Honietlilng delightful wan ul hnnd Kay liad k...

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