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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 23 December 1892

P w, •¥": m ■< ¿#í ■ W Á l"HE VELflSGO TIMES. TES TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. The M. E. i huroh and christian ser- vices will !>o held lu the McClaiu building hereafter, ltev. C. B. Beaty will preach every Hunday morning at 11 o'clock and 7:30 p. iu., Sunday school 4 p. in. The christian Hunday school begins 10 o'clock a. m. Mr. 1. K. Douthetl superintendent Change of Schedule. Commencing Dfc. 1st. the passenger train will leari Velasen at 4 p. m. in- staad of 4.10. BUBIN rúü8 LOCAL!. TIME TABLE. VI" I. a sco TKKMlKAIi. Arrivals and departures from Velasoo: l.l'.avf. , i aiihivk Houston 10: -10 am VelaaCO 2:15 put Velasco 4 pin I Houston fc.V) p STEAM KR W. H. fWEADMAN. 7 o clock.. . 10 •' ... 5 «o'clock 1 " 6:« i.kavk vklasco: a. m. a.m. I> m. i.kavk quintana : a. m p.m. p. m. J WARD. Ca«UkJr. HERE AND THERE. Get your garden seed at M. WolcoH's. W. Teeth extracted without pain b¿- Dr. Pressey at the "Velasco" today and to-morrow. All preseuts plated upon the Christ- mas tree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 23 December 1892

m TEWRV8 RANQERS Houston. Tex.. Dec. 17. — Tht twenty-third reunion of Terry' Texuk rttogers beiran here jettord.uy under the mo«t favorable auspioes. Tuero were about 100 in attendance. At 9 o'clock the veteran started (rom the Hutchins house and marched to the Light Guard armory under eaoort of a bra band, and shortly afterward Vioe President B. F. Vteems call «id the masting to order. Rev. Aves opened the meeting with prayer and the Dody then etiled down to actual work. Comrade W. C. Oldham deliv- ered the address of welcome. Uon. John M. Clalrborne at this juncture presented the rangers with a gaveL which ho siated waa made from a portion of an old oak tree nenr Cnickumauga. on which battle- ground the rangers bad fought long and well. The association heard re- ports of offlcora, disoussod tbo pro- posed monument to be erocted on the capítol grounds at Austin an.l pnsaed a resolution of thanks to lien. John id. Claiborne for his history of tiiu ranger*. Houston was selected as t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 30 December 1892

I "Deep Water a Kaci-—Not a Promise." .VOL. 2. VELASCO, 1SKAZORIA CO., TEXAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1892. NO 18. J. R. Morris' Sons, TEXAS SNOW STORMS.I THE BORDER TROUBLE, THE NATIONAL CAPITAL FATAL TRAIN WRECK The Beautiful Has Bsen Falling In Dart1 A Bond of Revolutionists Numbering 20C Smith County for Fourteen Day*. | Mow on Moxloan 9oft. WHOLES ALU ANJ) HETAJL CATTLE IN DANGER OF STARVATION. ! THAWING DYNAMITE ON A STOVE. 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. 4* * -HAVE- Thé Largest *$£ Best Selected Stock o 03T* « 111-M Ml ' '.ÍíL,ll-.UIIIIII l« .f .1 l, lMltlli<*lll I|.i<j.lk.«U«lwTljj^llllIMMIHllirW.31 IMIIM'I PAINTS. OILS, GLASS, ETC. OF ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. iii i/ * > • I.IIIHltlllMlllillltlH L They purchase their Goods at the ery lowest prices for Cash, and by so doing can defy competition. When in need of anything in our line...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 30 December 1892

p* ; It" THE '/ELASCG TIMES. TUSi TIMES PÜÜL13HIKG COMPANY. Kntonil nt tin1 ptntiifUce in Veliucu, Ilriuiorlu County, Toxum, it m i'iiuiI uIhhs iuhII iiiatu r A SIMULAlfc ACCIDENT. Another Hungry Mishap. J Nl'FtíRBox, Ind., Doe. 22. — Misses Nottio and Nellie Mather#, aged 18 and 20 years respectfully, left their home, three and one-half j. R. MEDLIN ADVERTISING RATES. One Iuoh Olio Issue $l,oo One Inch ()n« Moutli 2.00 miles from Oharlestown, to pur Two Inches One Month Four Inches One Month Mix Inchon One Month ... \>-?u v 1 tag- lit «£ riffi RATES OF SUBSCIPTION. One Year 12.00 •Six Mouthu 1.00 L'hreo Month 76 Single Copy 5 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. The killing of lid. Randall, by Muj. I. (!■ Handle, in Dallas last Wednesday evening, sent a thrill of horror throughout the city, espeeeially among the money deal- ers and real estate men of Dallas. It appeared that it was a mere trif- ilo that caused the affair, and whiskey was at the bottom of it. It occurred in the 101 Mérito Na ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 30 December 1892

i <$ Mt- ■ M W 1 FHE VELflSCO TIMES. _ TSS TIMES ?'J3LI35rJS COMPANY. The M. ¡ - ('hurch «mi christian ser- víaos will l)i* held ' the MeClaln |{y Oin building hereafter. ltev. C. 1'.. Beaty will preach o very Sunday nioining al 11 o el " k uiid T:ü i> ni., Sunday school 4 p. ni. Tuo christian Sunday school begins 10 o'v'ot'U ¡i. in. 1 • • K. Doulhett svip^riiJtomleut ( hung- of Schedule. Commencing Dec. 1 si. tho passenger train will leave Velusco ut 4 I . m. in- stead of 4 10. ÍHE CliOWNIiiG E1ÍENT Of IHf SEASON, .V U;AÍMÍ:YK hill of Vela*.'.)"' Minrniing Ladle*. of \ t or th; iihv : l«g(M ■ oung dull rh(, gUti'ul which in 11 1 1M hist. i:s iki TIME TABLE. vic l. asco ti KM in al.. Arrivals mid departures from Velasco: I ... v I.- 1 A Hill v k Houston '.". ' HI: 10 ■ )'ulus;'"1, Ho ¡I'm Velasco 1 )," I "imsto"' (-j0 SlICAMIilt W. II. 8TKAHMAN. i-ltx k 10 e H o i'lock 1 " 6:46.. I.vavk VKI.AHCO: II. 111. ¡I III. • 1> > ■ I.KAVK QUINTANA : II. Ill ... ]l. 111. p. 111. j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 30 December 1892

«fan iiwifu íwr É ■ Br «¡i; 0 V" HI-' p. §1 STATE NfiWS N0TE8. A Dreriari' «I flecrnl llupprBlngi Callectcil from Bti ry Portion of tb« tltte. DOMESTIC BREVITIES. Topic* of lb* Timo* Carefully Culled nod Condemns from fluilr lt<-|>*rta. 'J'hore la a water fumino al ixini^- ton Ky. St. houis has adopted a tr- <••. o*, ra ul borvloo. A fatul epldotnic of Uiphth'jria it raviijrir.jf .southern Indiana Dipthoria ia prevalent at Texiirkuua. itookport huh secured u canning factory. 1 ho Houston school bond l,ave been sold. N UUnoy. Hill county, la trono < i with burglars. ii'u. , . .... i iioiiiuhtoad, I'u., calls on tho com- J he coal depualto of Dickens fiou.ny try to helo Its ttarvin? parol* a a oeiug woi'Kea. 1 St. Jo Monique county, is putting r th<jr" is danger of tl>« in coomsto ri.lowalks. ™ dot war being reopuncd in YV.voui Plan* have been drawn for a new -r„ ... , , i ity hall at Sherman. .J""0 '? il t;0,U JJakoia and poopio are be^iumiiu' loj 1 no Sherman stree...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 6 January 1893

V ft tf X Y Í) .< vol. a. " Deep Water a. Fíict---Not ri Promise." V KLASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY (>. 18D.Í. no. 19 J. R. Morris' Sons, TELEGRAPHIC. t DOMESTIC BREVITIES. Topics of Ih- Time* Ctivfallr CulUtf CeatUansd (rom Dully Kiftrtt. V, WHOLESALE AM) It ETA IL y HOUSTON, TEXAS. Farmers and dealers will find prices marked down very low in this establishment. Get prices before buying elsewhere. 3°7> 3°9 ;nid 311 Main st. Houston, Texas. m HOWELL WW MM -IIAW F. The Largest ££$ Best Selected Stock -oar - STOVES, HARDWARE, PITS, OILS, GLASS, ETC OF ANY HOUME IN THE CITY. 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 cal on us, and we will save you money. Washington, Dea '.--All day yesterday the Ufe of James G. Blaine uung trembling in the bnlauce. For mote than ¡111 hour in me afternoon impon were abandoned and the end momentarily expected by physicians, fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 6 January 1893

the velasco times. TIKES PUBLISHING COMPANY. ,it ttiu pi.atofllee iu Volaaoo, Itrazoria County, Texim, aa Hcc'inl ulum mall uiatu r. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch Oue Issue *. 11.00 Oueluch One Mouth 2.00 Two luchen One Mouth 4.00 Four Iuuhes Oue Month 7. Six Inches Oue Mouth 10. RATES OF SUBSCIPTION. One Year $2.00 ¡Six Months 1.00 I'hree Mouths 75 Single Copy 6 M-' IP }v.- ■ • WM .' '' '' b 11 V'f * £ M li,? PUBLISHE0 EVERY FRIDAY. St. Louis Hepubllc of 31 alt., contains au illustrative biography of Gov. Hogg and his family. The Garza scare is on the United States marshals again nnd all Texas will he asked to look iu the big dailies for cock and hull stcrie.i of what .the brave marshals ami tlieir lieutenants are "going" to do. In Kansas the contest in all stale matters is confined to the relative strength of the Republi- can and Populist parties. In local matters the contest is be- tween the Populists and Prohibi- tionists. DOMESTIC BREVITIES. Taplci ol Ik* Tim**' Carefalir CnlUd C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 6 January 1893

, V THE VELA8C0 TIMES. THE TIMES PUBLISHING OOKPANY. OUR PIE.Í K18T COLUMN. , it'-"'' ; '■$ -. mm ip 4 ■ m. mm The M. E. < hurch and christian ser- vices will bt> held In the MoClalu building hereafter. Rev. (J. H. Beaty will preach every Suudsy morning at 11 o'clock ami 7:3.0 p. m., Sunday Bchool 4 p. m. The christian Sunday school begins 10 o'clock a. in. Mr. 'J'. K. Douthott superluteudent l liuugu of Schedule, Commencing Dec. 1st. the passenger train will leave Velasoo at 4 p. ro. In- stead of 4.10. business locals. TIME TABLE. Sol-rices in McLaln Hall this Week. Last Huuday was a beautiful bright Turning Orer tho XewLeafln Velaaco—! day. All Velasoo seemed to realize 1 so.'L the good saying that the first day of a Thb Times has been circulating , '«•* .ve r • th« ti,ue tu turnovers quite industriously among the ladles new ^or evldeutl> lbs church is of Velasco of late, and it Is quite P'ace where such a deed can bt at elating to know that ulI the lailles iu Hlu' most f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 6 January 1893

Bis CULLING8. W.whn ;rox. 1S>.—Senator \'e-t of ,\¡i-íO'.ipí )iuk introducán h i nl in uhi -eut.tu iitivintf fui' íu pur.io-e un liu-i'■ u.ion ol tae ludui'ttt •■o irií ut I* ir• - un i i'ort Smith and eoueen- H'.iiin/tnein in tilo ludían lorritu y. h o nui ¡it nli orulmblu that t ui n a oiil uv.i pun at either thit or liiu ne.\t M'í%on oí conjfi-o.ii . but tho *en- ator i" much in earuust. III lllrrci Viilc, W'amiisiiton, I) ;O "—Hopi'o-'in ativo Ui iinond of MU.iouri yogtu.'U i> iuiroUucU in tiie house a re o uilun pro; luing for tin: election of lieiit aou vico president by a a i ret. t voto of iho peouie. and tho distribu- tion of tho electoral vote in piooor- lion 10 the nuiuoer of voto* cast for óacii candidate. A novel feature of tiie re ui m i on provides that if either house certifies that the result of the election depends upon tiio vote of any h|r.'ciileu state and it ou^ht to be ju- <j ¡daily determined for whom lici votes should be counted there shall bo conven...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 13 January 1893

J r> «r.- te 11 piafa ®inu& Deep Water a Factf-Not a Promise." VOL. 2. VELASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 155. I8í>;i. NO. 20 -p-r J. R. Morris' Sons, WHOLESALE AND KETAIL 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. J 11 THE IB HMIM CM! THE UREAT PANAMA TROUBLE. ► \ -HAVE- The Largest £5 Best Selected Stock -or- nnuiiin.'nmiiniminnniiiniiniU|Hiiii STOVES, HARDWARE, PITS, OILS, GLASS, ETC >| L I Ul| OF ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. They purchase their Goods at the very lowest prices for Gash, and by so doing can defy competition. When^n need of anything in our line, be sure to cal on us, and we will save you money. Avonuo A, VolnBoo, Texas ANGLETON The Cheapest-:- Lands ..., 1 .—And the Easiest Terms. Horticulturists' Home. riio climatic and soil conditions and advantages of Augleton District Bur- pass Dickinson and equal Alvin. The price...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 13 January 1893

!*f-; * HHS& ™ - V Bife WbíM S$;;i w€ THE VELASGO TIMES. the times publishing company. KiiU-n-il ni tliu poilntl'ii-i' III Veliuco, Itrazorlu County. Texan, ns Bccoud i la.Hn mail mutti r ADVERTISING RATK8. One inch One Issue $1.00 One inch One Month 2.00 I'wo Inches One Month 4.00 Four luches One Mouth 7.00 Hix luchos O110 Month 10.00 RATES OK SUBSCIPTÍONT" O110 Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy r> PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Mr. Carlisle has sent in his res. ignation tin senator from Ken- tucky to take efl'ect February 4th, preparatory to his going into Cleveland's cabinet. N. P. Nevvcoine, United States inspector of immigration for the western district, died in San An- tonio last Wednesday morning. Deceased was a prominent repub- lican polity* in. The Ht. lif.'iis Republic bus a free coal delivery to the poor of Ht. Louis. This act ol'charity isa blessing that will be long remem- bered by the suffering needy of that city thin winter. Hood's Household calen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 13 January 1893

i w o THE VELA8C0 TIMES. THE IIMB3 PÜBLI3HINQ COMPANY. The M. E. ( hureh and christian ser- vicos will l e held in the McClalu buil<iiii*r hereafter. Ilev. C. B. Heat y will preach every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and 7:30 p. m., Sunday school 4 J . m. The christiau Sunday school begins 10 o'ilick a. m. Mr,'1, E. Douthett superintendent Change of Schedule. Commencing Deo. 1st. the passenger i train will leave Velasco ut 4 p. in. In- j stead of 4.10. i ! BUEINESB LOCAL!. TIME TABLE. V El'A SCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: l.KAVK I AllKIVK Houston 10 JO am Velasen 2:15 pro Velimco 4 |>m I Houston. ... 6:80 j>® STKAMKK W H. STKADMAN. 7 i) eloek 10 " 6 8 o'eloek 1 " 5:45 l.KAVK VEt.ASCO: — a. tn. a in. j>. in. LE A V K QUINTANA : a. m p.m. p. in. J. WAHD. Captain. 1893 JANUARY. 1893 Su. Mo. Tu. We. ¡Th. Pr. Sa. TjT _8 | J 15 1C 22 29 23 30 3 4 5 10 11 12 17 18 19 24 25 26 31 617 13 Tl 201 21 27 28 HERE AND THERE Goldherg and Nussbaum have gone to try Hou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 13 January 1893

RELIABLE ¡NFpRMATION CONCERN- ING THE BORDER TROUBLE. The Bandit Kind tli« Troopa by Hill- lug in lli« Utiiim Chaparral—Camp K - tnlilUlieil Aluiii; the lloumlMi-y Line. Ilow the Troup Are I'luced, San Antonio, Jan — Brigadier Gen- eral Frank Wheaton, commander of the jpilitary department of Texas, wag eeen lit hia office on Government hill by a correspondent «nil asked to furnish re- liable information concerning the trouble now prevailing on tlie border. Asked his opinion of the so-called revo- lution, General \V lieu ton said: "The present troubles are likely to prove vex- ation* and harassing. If we could round nj) the bandits and force them to a fl-iht the differences would noon be ended, but as it is we have to catch them fin-t This will probably prove troublesome as they are fully acquainted with the coun- try and c in > lnde pursuit by concealing themselves in the den«e chaparral. At present all of the Third cavalry and the three troop* of the Seventh cavalry from Fort Ri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 20 January 1893

:f «MP í (/ wis ft YOL. 2. "Deep Water ci Kac^"""Not a Prornisfc?.'1 VBLASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY SO, 1898. aé NO. 21 J. R. Morris' Sons, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 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. V 1 4V, 1 mmi HMM en -HAVES- The Largest SEE' Best Selected Stock -or- IMIIMMMHMIMMM E, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC,, OF ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. 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 cal on us, and we will save you money. ÜLvonuo A« V«la«co, Texas ANGLETON The Cheapest-:- Lands «■And the Easiest Terms. Horticjj|turists^_Home. The climatic and soil conditions and advantages of Angleton District sur- pass Dickinson and equal Alvin. The prices of Lauds are away below either. Angleton islocatodin Brazoria county,on the Velasco Terminal H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 20 January 1893

THE VELASGO TIMES. the times publishing coup any. Knten<d nt the pcatofflec tu Vulasco, Brazoria County, Texan, an smhukI cImi mall m tu r. ADVERTISING RATI*. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One luch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month ¿.00 Four luche One Month 7.00 Hix luchos Ouo Month 10.00 rates of subscription. One Year $2.00 Six Mouths 1.00 Three Months 76 Single Copy , 6 PUBLISHED EVERY FRI0AY. Senator Roger Q. Mills tele- graphs to Austin that business of a national character forbids him going to Austin to address the legislature. A blasting gang made a miscal- culation while using dynamite on their railroad work near Denison last Friday and were blown fifty feet. Two were killed dead and another one wouuded. The official count oí the guber- natorial ballots gives Hogg a plu rality of 57,000; a tremendous dif- ference between 182,000 in 1800 and 57,000 in 18Ü2. We foil to see where the cock-crows come iu. In the legislature hereafter ab- sentees will be excused on a ma- jority in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 20 January 1893

It I '«« ( TX: m 1 I THE VELflSCO TIMES. THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Wr. W. A. Leonard, of silver City, Improving Navigation aud Increasing New Mexico, is in the city. Mr. Leo- nard has considerable real estate inter- est in Velasco an l Is looking after It. Commercial racUitics of the County. Sunday Service* in Velu>co. Thorn wort services in the morning u1 the MCiain Hall and in the Smith It coul I not he expected thai tinturo l{ >'. J. Hramley occupied would make all the water routes and ¡^former aUÜ Uev' K H' Hod«fc tho place tlioin extietlv where a nation's! interests and cuveulei.e.*s demand. I , 1 he ''"'""^he discourse by Rev. Hm in ley was "First hours with Jesus and w hat followed." Text John 1, v. 87-a , The M. E. Church and christian ser- Mr.i'. Howell, of New York, vices will he held In the McClaln uncle of tho Howell Hros., tho loading building herentter. Rev. < . H. Heat y hard ware merchants of Velasco, spent rrtó rrsi.%." t-** «. n^,n school 4 p. ni. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 20 January 1893

pi J/V Officer* of tli« Houtte and Heuate Tes* un Legislature. JIOUBE OFFICERS. Speaker—John H. Cochran of Dallas. Chief clerk—(leo. W. Finger of Tarrant. Beading clerk—Chester Hale of Travis. Assistant reading clerk—W. tí. Jaynes of Grayson. Journal clerk—Marshall D. Bur- il -y. SENATE OFFICERS. ¡Secretary—A. M. Kennedy of Mexwr Assistant secretary— A. A. Wortham oí' Hopkins. Journal clerk—W. tí. O'Quinn of Angelina. Assistant Journal clerk—A. S Thweattof Travis. Calendar clerk 11. G. Childress of Scurry. Enrolling clerk—W. F. Lynn of Wharton. Sergeant at arms—('. II. Allen of Travis. Assistant Sergeant at arms—tí F. Face of Amarillo. Doorkeeper—I). W. Fhillips of Lampasas. Assistant doorkeeper—A. D. Sapp of Trinity. Chaplain —G. W. tíriggs of Travis. Fresident of the senate—J. G Kearby of Van Zandt. A Wine Step. Galveston takes the initial in the accommodation of children and youth's who cannot attend the day schools of that city. To be- gin February I, live evenings each week, of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 27 January 1893

Iclafftj flS- VOL. 2. "Deep Water a Pact Not a Promise." VELASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 97, I8 í|. NO. 22 m MELL lllBE COMPAS! -havb- The Largest ¡El: Best Selected Stock i) oí' M*^ii<minMi«iriiiuh>iiuiutfiMiiiiMii)iruiiiii •iiintaiuiioi. I IIHItlIlMIIIIHMIMMIH > E, PÜÍS, OILS, GLASS, ETC, I umiDnmiLi i mu i ui OP ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. MíMnap^BqgKñ. .i m ■ _ ^ f 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 cal on us, and we will save you money. Avonvio A, Velnsco, Texas J. R. Morris' Sons, x WHOLESALE AND ltETAIL V —> HOUSTON, TEXAS. _ ii' Farmers and dealers will find prices marked clown very low in this establishment. (ii:t prices before buying elsewhere. 307, 309 and 31 1 i\1;iin st. Houston, Texas. -:-ANGLETON-:- m. The-:-Cheapest-:-Lands «the Easiest Terms. Horticulturists' Home. pass i'iie climatic and soil conditions and nil vantages of Angleton ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 27 January 1893

I® THE VELASGO TIMES.! port to tht',neu,,ura I THE HKAZOH lilVKK NAVIGATION 1'LAN. Waco, Texas, 22.—The following call has l>eeii issued by (be mem burs IBS TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. jCiiUtcI hi tlio iK/HUifflec In VuUxcu, llruzorU County, Texu«, an nuruiid dan* uiall matb r. ADVERTISING RATES. One Iuoh One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Month j}.00 Two luches One Month ^.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Hix Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SOB8CIPTION. Oue Year $¿.00 •Six Months 1.00 Throe Months 75 Single Copy 6 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. BRAZOS RIVER ENTERPRISE, WATEK COMPETITION, CHEAPER Freight Kates.—A Grand Work Pro- Galveston, Jan. 21.—To theNews: The citizens of Waco have called a con volition to meet in Waco on Feb- luary 1 to determine what plan is iiest to bou<lopted to make tlie Brazos river navigable from Waco to the gulf, Galveston is requested to send dele- gates to this convention and she should be represented. At the meet- lugat which this convention was called the report...

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