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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 3 March 1893

a I- t v. 1 u r ¿ti i THE VELñSGü TIES. Velaeco is the Health aafl Sumner Re- :crt cf the South. TIME TABLE. VKI,A8CO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velaaoo: I.I.A VK I AIIKIVE Houston 10:10 all) I V Illanco 1:10 pm Vi'lam o I pin | Houston 0.50 pin VegetaWos a bund ant. of all hinds are Excursion to Velasco. On nc-xt Sunday the International ami Ureal Northern will run another excursion train to Velasco from Hous- ton. Ticket Ajfeut Hunter, at Houston, is making suoii arrangements as will add greatly to the pleasure of all who may attend. Another balloon excur- sion by Professor Zeuo and a tree ride to the jetties. The tug Col. Rufus In- gulls with the Moilie Mohr will * ke the excursionists out on the gulf. ■■ The men at the life saving station will ! give an exhibition of their working j for the bene lit oí those who go. The x eatest curiosity will be a For Job work ot all kinds go to the monkey which will be takeu up in Timkh otlioe t.10 balloon with I'rolessor Zeuo, and...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 3 March 1893

1 ||§§ ifl I gfef fíj i" h*> Olupy! Oluey! who is Oluey! G rover seems to have u faculty for discovering great men heretofore unknown. What threatened to be a bloody ¿war in Kunsus has turned out to | be roaring farce. Kansas, if any- thing, is .sensatiouol. VV. N. Uoacli, of («rand Forks has been elected l uited States senator from North Dakota by a combination of democrats, hide-; pendents and republicans. .1. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska, | is the fanner of the cabinet. Al- though he pints his name in the middle he was not selected on that account, but for what lie does not know about farming. The Galveston Tribune says: Did Home rash soul Just thonwhls-! per '• Velasco!,' or was it the wanton wind doing the /Eolinn harp act with Jons Mollor's whiskers? Yes, it was the wind whispering to .Jens Moller tiiat lie liafl sailed another vessel just loaded at Ve- lasco instead <d'Galveston. Look- ing to the future, you know. With regret we j'eud in the Texas Chutuuqua Herald for K...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1893

¡rín L. J/ I - V i1-' * ¡S i^- i* i. i Wascn 'God Might Have Made a Better Country, but Surety Never Did." VOL. 2. VELASCO BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1893. m WiOte, RANCHES! ' Farming Lands! aBeoaoooBBBeoBQeoooooocaTnt -fflgosaegiEYannnc jeeaaDoee City Property irj *2b m ''mi- m ''UK* If you want REALTY of any kind -IN- BRAZORIA - COUNTY, APPLY TO J. R. MARMION, JR. Real Estate and Agent for Investors, FINNIE, DOUTHff & JONES, Real Estate Dealers. A Grand. Opportunity for all to Secure a. G-ood Home, OR MAKE A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT IN THE CITY OR COUNTRY BY CALLING UPON Finnie, Douthit & Jones General f^cal Estate Agents, UNIMPROVED LANDS TIMBER AND PRAIRIE IN ANY SIZE TRACTS. Plantations Large and Small. Truck ;ii)d Dairy Farads In the. Vicinity of Velase and Angleton. Town Lots at Velasco, Quintana and Angleton. Should you come to Brazoria comity call on us, and we will take pleasure in showing you through the comity. J. M. MOORE, President. J. H. SHAPARI), ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1893

í.' " ■ E VHLflSÜU TIMES. By W. A. LEONARD. Polltlcu. Relltfion. The Qulf goast. Velaeco. Kntcrod «t the i>í/«tofIk'e In VelMco, Brazoria County, Toxhs, us second claim until inatti r ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Mouth 4.00 Four luchos One Mouth 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $2.00 rslx Month 1.00 Three Months. 75 .Single Copy. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Will the Alvin crowd please state who compose the Brazoria county ring that thej wanted to break loose from ? March fourth ushered in another four years for drover, but as to who in Texas is to be in clover, is as yet unknowp. Cleveland's inaugural inessagi is short and to the point. Ilo is in favor of honest money. There is no mention of silver. Alvin does not want to be in a Slnegambian county; oh, no ! you doil't. But we know some of the gentlemen who talked quite differ* ently before their removal to Tex- as. Change of location makes quite a d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1893

"■r¿w „íLjí ) j ' ./ Kp sm B? v |l n# I Mtix, ;V. A | * P - I i H THE VELñSCO TIMES. Velaseo ls thí Health ase! Summer fts- rort i£ tho South. TIME TABLE. VKI.ASC'O TKHMXNAL. Arrivals ami departures from Velasen: 1.kavk i arrive nouotim lim.ara 1 Veliuco 1:1 em Velasco 2:83 pm | Hountou .. 5;J0 pin If you are iu neeil of mortgages ead on tho Timks. There is uo ^reason for Vela: being a paradise of flowers. Mrs. C. H. Beaty will preach in tho MoLaiu 11*4.11 next Sunday night. John! get Wall's Hair Itenewer and keep your hair lustrous aud free from dandruff. Anv ono troubled at niyht with a persistent cough can procure much needed red by taking adoso oí Ayer's j Cherry Pectoral. 1'. 1" . Combs <fi Co. received the tirst carload of salt shipped here, last Tues- day from Now Iberia, La. There was quite a blow Tuesday night, reminding all that Match is here and as blustering as usual. Tho band boys ¡ re now practicing nearly every night and aro making prairh things extremely lively in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1893

r*' 11 ɧ|! '' ♦TO ' ' ■ mnlsmi ■ ' ¡P' h ft- £•: H R/.7 ÜI ' '$S life KRÍ- |v Wcrtber IihcJh love for Charlotte Such as woriU would never utter. Would you know when flmt he mot her? Hbetvas uprcadiug breatl uml huUer. Chariottu « u« * iiiarrlud ludy, Aucl h moral man was Wertbor, AuU for all tho wealth of ladies, Would do nothing to hurt her. So he Mil bed, aud pined, and ogled, And bis passion tilled and bubbled, 'Till he blew bin allly bruin out, And wag no more by them troubled, Charlotte, having eeu bin body Home before heron a shutter. Like a well conducted portou, Went on rutting bread aud butter. —Thaekaray. A UBII1 FUNERAL. Strang Kite on a Hilltop in Wales. New York Tribune. Far away seem the times and the rites of the Druids, even un- der the mistletoe at Yuletide, the Time of Yowling. Theirs was one oí the most ancicnt and primitive of religions, and its cult is greatly shrouded in mystery. Yet it is not altogether dead. Among the liills of Wales many strange relics of t...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1893

V IMasro "Cod Might Have Made a Better Country, but Surely Never Did. VOL. 2. VELASCO, BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 17. 1893. NO. 29 US w 'LANUnon$, RANCHES! ' Farming1 Lands! City Property in Velasco. SHWJ, ¿Wife, AM Vh "/«IVÍ- '(K>> I '0\\\* If you want REALTY of any kind IN BRAZORIA - COUNTY, APPLY TO J. R. MARMION, JR. Real Estate and Agent for Investors, RNNIE, DOUTHIT & JONES, Real Estate Dealers. A Grand Opportunity for all to Secure a Good Home, OR MAKE A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT IN THE CITY OR COUNTRY BY CALLING UPON Finnie, Douthit & Jones General l^eal Estate Agents, Velasco, - Texas. UNIMPROVED LANDS TIMBER AND PRAIRIE IN ANY SIZE TRACTS. Plantations Large and Small. Truck ai]d Dairy Barais In tht- Vicinity of Velasco and Anglcton. Town Lots at Velasco, Quintana and Angleton. Should you come to Brazoria county call on us, and we will take pleasure in showing you through the county. J. M. MOORE, President. J. H. SHAPARD, Vice-President R. T. ERVIN, Bus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1893

psr "HE VELA8G0 TIMES. By W. A. LEONARD. Politics. Religion. The Qulf Coast. Velasco. Kntored at tbc poatoffiee In Velanoo, Brazorlu County, Texas, uh second claim mall raatu r ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Issue fl.00 Oue Iuoh Oue MoutH........ 2.00 Two Inches Oue Mouth 4.00 Four luches Oue Mouth 7.00 Kix luches One Month .... 10.00 rates op subsciption. One Year $2.00 tfix Months 1.00 Three Months 75 .Single Copy 6 V EL ASCO OIL MILL. Arrangements have been com- pleted for the immediate erection of an oil mili here. The contracts have been signed between the par- ties in interest, and a charter appli- ed for. The capital stock is 11 .V),000 which has all been taken. This will be a #125,000 plant. Work on the building will be commenced im- mediately, hh fast as mute- rial can be obtained. It is the in- the methods of cultivation of tention to have the mill ready for Egyptian cotton is being prepar- operation by June I. The plant !ed for the department under the will be erected on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1893

•5H" THE VELA3C0 TIMES. ¡¡ ¿ a ? l§¡ ■ '« K Velwco is the Health and Summer Re- tort cf the South. TIME TABLE. VKLABCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: l.EAVK I AHH1VR Houston .. lltlO ft VelHseu 1:10 |>m Veltueo... 'j :i5 pin I Houston .v.'O inn Twelve yards of glugham for $1.00 at T. L. Smith & Bro's. Thursday was a very showery day, rain ar.d shine alternately. Rev. C. B. Beuty will preach Sun- day night at the McLain building, New and complete line of gents fur- nishing goods at T. L. Smith & Bro's. Don't forget C'oldwater, the old re- liable, when you wan't a pair of shoos. Hall's Hair Kewewer for curing gray hair, dandruff, and baldness is not equaled. Did you uotioe the change In Cold- water's ad.? If not, just cast your optics that way. The second barge built by (.'apt. Du Val Is about completed and will be launched Saturday. If your hair is harsh, dry and wiry, you will find Ayer's Hair Vigor of es- sential service in rendering it soft, pliant and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 17 March 1893

• f, s FIRED ON FLSUMPTER Incidents in the Life of the Con- federate General Beauregard. A BRJLLIANT MILITARY CAREER When tlie War Broke Out lfe Wan the First to Turn the Rebel Duns Against the Union—The Forces at Uull Bun Were Also Under His Command. No lie Started the Terrible Rebellion, fun Francisco Examiner. The death of Geueral Beaure- gard revives a thrilling incident in the history of our country, and one that w.ill never be forgotten by the veterans of the late war and those who lived in those stir- ring times; this was the' firing on Fort Sumpter. General Beauregard wns the first man to burn powder in the cause of the rebellion, and it was by his orders that the first cannon was discharged against the Union Pie was a remarkable man in many ways and the history of his early life is filled with incidents which show the character of the man who followed his own convic- tions no matter what .the conse- quences might be. The following extracts, which were published in a Charles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1893

vwwr- WM HK k ■ . K \m | ■; I % is v S'Mi -. v * MB& %í mm: tfc'. VOI Jt mil "God Might Have Made a Better Country, but Surely Never Did." VELASCO, BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAÍ FRIDAY, MARCH 24, I NO. 30 e\$í& PLAÑÍA TlO/f/^ RANCHES! / T City Property iij -sHife %(®)z £@;| ?(.%- 'mY' Ow> '«m*" If you want REALTY of any kind Veta. -IN- BRAZORIA COUNTY, APPLY TO J. R. MARMION, JR. Real Estate and Agent for Investors, "V elasco, FINNIE, DOUTHIT & JONES, Real Estate Dealers. A G ra rid Op p o r t u n i ty for .-ill t o OR MAKE A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT !N THE CITY OR COUNTRY BY CALLING UPON Finnie, Douthit & Jones WOItlJI'S FAIR LETTER than any white woman had ever before penetrated and early last S|KV1..1 Wuri.r* K. ir i-oiut summer Miss Elizabeth Taylor In the big I'nited States CJov-. startotl from Winnipeg for the ernuient building on the Hxposi- Mackenzie River Delta autl from lion grounds the mint at l'hilu tlii expedition she has just re- delphia will be modeled by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1893

By W. A. LEONARD. Política. The auIf Coast Religion, Velasco. I m mkrw ü Kntereil at the pen to (lice in Voliuco, Brazoria County, Texas, at second claim mall mattt r. ADVERTISING RATES. Oue Inch One Issue." (1.00 Ouolncb One Month «2.00 Two Inches One Month 4.00 Four luchos One Month 7.00 Hix Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF 8UB8CIPTION. Oue Year $2.00 Hix Mouths 1.00 Three Months 75 .Single Copy 5 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Terrible floods all over the east and north have been the order for the last week. Some people in Houston con linue to vilify Velasco. Well, it is human nature to dislike our ri- -vals. ___________ Velasco is the healthiest place on the coast, and in order to keep it so, strict cleanliness should be maintained. Clean up. The train to Velasco was crowded with passengers yester- day, but this is the case nearly every day.—Houston I'ost. Look out for developments in the Velasco Northern rail- road matter. This road is going to be built, and then something is going to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1893

THE VELA8G0 TIMES. NAUTICAL NOTES. Vtlatoo is the Health and Suaaer Re- scrt cf the South. TIME TABLE. V EI. A SCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: LK.AVK I AKR1VK Houston 11:10 urn I Vulmeo ..... 1:10 pra Velasen '¿ :B |im | Ilouatoii 6:'i0 ym Ladies' ties at 75 ceuts a pair. T. L. Smith á Bro. Ladies' buttou shoes for $1.00 at T. L. Smith & Bro's. The Velasco lee factory start"d to running Tuesday. Be sure to see the straw hats at T. L. Smith & Bro's. New and stylish line of linen batiste atT. L. Smith & Bro's. Have your prescriptions compound- ed at Searcy's drug store. Strawberries are getting to be quite plentiful in the market here. Fifty-three inch Henrietta cloth for 25 cents at T. L. Smith & Bro's. T. Xj. Smith & Bro. have the most complete Hue of ulotkiliig In Velasno. Calls for a doctor left at Hearcy's drug store will be pre nptly delivered. The verdict of the peoplo is tliut Hall's Huir Renewer cures grayness aud baldness. Remember tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 24 March 1893

^' ■ BP Three Maid* ou a Car. They boardud a street cur, uiutik'iiN 111 roe, dmuimcih fulr a* olio might neo In muuy u titty'* «>r week's luurneu; And the other luutnengm smlletl. For what I there s j ptthwliiK sweet A* Chicago maidens, fresh unit neitt, With ilnluty ihoest'hiitk full of feet? Three seats they took, tho e maidens fair— These maidens with distingue atr And lovely looked h.h they nut there. Three i>urnes small that would not ope: And Augers small that could not cope With stubborn ulatpx; yet there was hope. The hope that comen In nil distress Caused eaeli fo wish that luck might bless And grant her the most clumsiness Conductor tall stood there before The maidens three; and swift they tore At ptirscs earnestly and more. One sweetly said: "I will—don't you;" "I have it here." quoth Number Two; The third one, also, anxious grew. "Let me, let me!" said Number Three; "No, dear, I havu It—do let me!" (Now, this was gene ros I tee l. Open, at last, three purges came. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1893

,1'ÍP v*T Í m Simes. ' ffllm VOL.. 2. / V : $£t 4 "Cod Might Have Made a Better Country, but Surety Never Did." VELASCO, BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH 81. 1893. NO. 31 THE LAND FOR OLIVES. The Gulf Country Their Nat- ural Home. SOIL AND CLIMATE FAVORABLE Varieties Best Adapted for 1'lnutlug— Profit to be Secured. Some six weeks ago Thk Times called attention of the liorticul turista to the geueral adaptability of the soil and climate of the gulf coast for the cultivation of the olive, and since that time \vw have had a number of inquiries iu re- gard to the planting and cultiva- tion of this favorit, and protlta. ble fruit. Tlie olive has for centuries been' one of the staple products of Southern Europe and at the pres- ent day the exportation of oil and pickles has assumed enormous proportions. Although the olive was planted in California as early as 17G7, is only of late years that this valuable fruit has command- ed any attention, and planters, recognizing its merits are e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1893

]$& • • CkSclastoCiims BY W. A. LEONARD. Pontic* . Religion . .. The Oulf Count. Velasco. ADVERTISING RATES. Oue Inch Ouo Issue $100 One Inch One Month a 00 One Inch Year 12 00 RATE8 O F 8U BSC I PTION7~ One Year $2 00 Hlx Month* 1 00 Three Months bo Historical Data. Water ou the bar at the mouth of the Bruzóte March 28,1HW 4ii feet March 1, lttXI 10 foot Decern her 1, 1800 la feet March 1, 1891 15 feet July J, 1801 Mí feet flepcteuiher 1,1801 17 feet Heptcmbcr 1. MM 17 1-2 feet TEXAS. Time and energy, are gradually putting their seals of approval upon this broad and fertile land. It iBa beautiful country to look upon, and it is as kindly as it is comely One cannot travel through Texas without realizing why the pioneers fought so nobly for the independ- ence of their beloved adopted land, and while it cost the blood and lives of a noble band of pa- triots the victory was well worth the sacrifice,'and to-day Texas, now happily under the Stars and Stripes, stands with outstretched...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1893

V ill fe, * M m / mtu^ BBXZ &S Vs/> r C^UtlasfoCimes PURELY PERSONAL. Ilur. Published Every Friday. VElflSCO IS "THE HEALTH RESORT OF THE SOUTH. Velasco's Climate. last Coldent Day in Throe Yearn, 23 degg. Above Zero Warmest Day la Three Year*. H2 degrees TIME TABLE. VELA8C0 TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasoo: LEAVE Houston 11:10 am Velasco 2:85 pm AKR1VK Velaseo 1:10 pm Houston 5:20 pm N. M. Norfleet reports the bale ol several town lots this week. On Easter Sunday the Rev. Brqpi- ley will preach at Gulf Prairie. Perry A Bryan this week sold $2300 worth ol laud ou Oyster creek. Special muslo will be furnished for EaBter services at the Presbyterian church Sunday uext. Rev. R. B. Hodge will preach in the Smith building Sunday morning at 11 o'clook aud in the evening at 7:30. The M. E. church, south, Sunday School meets every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock in the Alamo building. Mynheer Gueringer, of Hotel Ve- lasco, made a short business trip to Houston Saturday, re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 31 March 1893

, The Twelve FundnuiuuUl Bulea of Fruit Culture. Hare you auy ground to upare? Go plant a fruit tree there; The capital you thi:s Invest Will bring you handsome Interest. Be aure and filioose a thrifty tree— ¡ Let It not «polled or stluted be; Straight tapering trunk, bark smooth and sound, Well shaped, fair-sized the limb* around. From top to bane In prime condition! Buy good home slock and «ave commission. Plant few varieties, but choose The very best—tho rost refute. Be careful not to plunt too clono, Your protlt not from number* down; Your trees require both light and upare That tbey muy grow and thrive apace; Set them, well, thirty feet upart, In row* arranged with studious art; Kor yeari to come the orchard will Attest the planter'* taste and «kill, Dig three feet deep each planting hole, Fix "plumb" each Htem with twine and pole, The loose «ward underneath you cant, Fill up with curth and tread it fast; Then lie your Mwe, an 1 don't forget IIow much the loosened noil will net...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1893

. V jh ' ' vi r% U VOL. 2. "Cod Might Have Made a Better Country, but Surely Never Did." VELASCO, BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1893. NO. 32 POTATO CULTURE. A Never Failing Crop, Yield- ing Handsome Returns. BIG MONEY EASILY MADE. A Crop tliat Is Worth From ml 50 1o *200 per Aero. The impression in prevalent everywhere that Irish potatoes cannot be successfully grown in the south. Asa general proposi- tion this is correct, but Brazoria county is an exception to the rule. There seems to be something in the soil particularly adapted to the cultivation of the Irish, as well as the sweet potato. This fact is remarked by every stran- ger from the north or weston Jiivt coming in contact with the Bra- zoria county Irish potato, which are as fine as those produced in .any of the celebrated potato coun- tries of the west. , Our farmers have so long con- fined their attention to the culti- vation of cotton "and sugar, and the growing of cattle, that they have doubtless failed to ob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 7 April 1893

j I Jfeááp v %!.: •" r':'5,l'.#,,'v'-' B#f Í m V. "• mZ- ■era 'v.- . |P Si ' ■ !K; >v U BY W. A. LEONARD. POLITIC*.. ItKI.HHON Thf Qulf Count. Vel« ca ADVERTISING RATE8. Olio Inch One Usue 81 00 One Inch One Month '„> no Oue lucl, Year rj 00 RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. (inn Year £> oo HI* Month i no Throe Mouth* r¡o Historical Iluta. Wilier on tho bar nt tho mtiiith of the Braaos: March 28, 1HMI 4ÍÍ feet Mil roll 1, 1*90 1(1 feel December 1, 1890 . .. l!| feet March 1. I HUI I ft feet •llUy 1,1801 lfi«i feet Hepclember 1,1HM 17 feet September I. 1802 17 1-2 feet (Jne of the best and most ably edited papers in Texas is the Vic- toria Advocate. Velasoo has the only steam coal elevator on the coast and will soon have another one model- ed 011 a more extensive scale. Vclasco will soon be supplying the state with coal. Tnr.UK is up more healthy cli- mate in the world than the coast country of Texas. These are not idle words. They are borne out by statistics which prove that they are ...

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