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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 22 April 1892

66 Deep Water* a. Fact—Not a Promise. 99 VOLUME 1. VEL ASCO, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, A PRIL 22, 1892. NUMBER 118 abbot &. marmion,' texas deepwater port! pf^jy ¿ northrup, are: offering CHOICE FARMING LAND On Line of Velasco Terminal Railroad, in Ten, Twen- ty, Forty and Eighty Aere Traets, at Sltf per Acre. Terms Easy. Velasco as a Shipping Point for the Southwest. -TH Iv- AN INFANT PRODIGY. DO YOU READ? TP DTIIIiY Tinps. ir7-" "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." IF YOU DO NOT DON'T Lose Valuable Time HUT 5ubseribe at opee. Subscription Price 50 cts. PER MONTH. 3 •'the ♦ vela3g0 - daily * times A FOUR PACE PAPER. / THE TIMES is second to no paper in the state as a news disseminator and gives to its readers a bright and sparkling newspa- per of four pages, (twenty columns), at a very moderate price. It keeps lully abreast of the times in local news and its matter is free from every thing of an objectional nature thereby making it a valuable and necessary adjunct to each and every ...

Publication Title: Velasco Daily Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 22 April 1892

THE DAILY 1IME3: AüSTtHUTZ LOADED. fHHl'KI EVKKY MOliNINU HV GOODMAN 8 MCFARLflND From Timks build In;;, corner Front and South Second Htirevt. ÜUHSCKH'TION. i'.v cakrikrh; fiinRli* uopy ft collin One wwk l.*> Onu month .. (y Outjycnr-<n advance... *V00 hv mail: One y««r In wIvmxhi . . t.r> i«i 81* inontliM 8.00 Thrix-month* 2.00 All HtibxcrliitlntiK will be promptly iittvwU'd to. ' THE FIRNT SHII' TO LEAVE A TEX. AS WHABP UKAWIMU MIXTEEN ANI> OTSK.HAhF FEET OF WATEK. Her t'sryo In Complete and CoiinIkín of 5,400 llali'N of CouipreHged ( ot- to n and 200 Tons of Cotton Seed Meal. The Austei'litz." VelahCOH Aus- Advkktihing:—Rate ma*le known I l he first ship to clear from on application. All iuhscrij.Hons; Velaaeo for a foreign port. The ' and advertising must lw* i aid1,, . , . .. . . weekly. Foreign ami transient ad-1 '"'8* H'"P that haB crossed a b«ir: verti«emente in advance. No devia-! on the Texas coast drawing six- tion from this rule. No advertise-j . . . ... „ ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 22 April 1892

THE DAILY TIMES —. | L\ 1S8UK1 EVERY MORNING BY GOODMAN & McFARLAND TIME TABLE. VELA8CÜ TKKMIN'AL Arrivals and departures from Veiasco: I.KAVK I AliltlVK lloHston Hi; 10 urn Velasen 2:15 pill Velase • 3:10 pul | Huustou K50 ]>m Arrivals and departures from Houstoi: HOUSTON A TEXAS CENT UAL. Leave 9:00 mu I Arrive 5:40 mu |.eave «>;">0 pin I Arrive 5:30 | in SOUTHERN PACIFIC, Arrive and depart from H. «fcT. C depot LOCAL. ITEMS. MENTION THE TIMES. Auy person receiving a copy of this paper, will do the proprietors a tavor by mentioning The Times iu writing to advertisers or the Jirazos River Channel and Dock company. The Times is working hard for Velaseoand wants what credit it deserves—The Times will answer all letters prompt- ly and turnish all ¡information it can about the future metropolis of Texas Mentimi The Times in your correspon- dence to Velara) prpperty owners. Locals five cents per Hue each in- sertion. All locals will remain in un- til ordered out and charged...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 22 April 1892

GRAY DAWN. Onjr dawn peepe In ami sweetly amllMi A light breoms, sweeping down the mreaa. Lift* hitch the fog lu mi'iwy pilos; The siinNi Ant burning Iiitipks gleam Along the pebl>l« t river ¡waiiIcm. And inlxty ho«t.i lu mad retreat Withdraw their broken, aeutlered rank*. The bold aun mark* their muI defeat And difcslpates their struggling flank*. Qray dawn viven plaoe b> ruddy day: The great sun swing through nxiire o idea, And skimming, where the ripples play. The screaming flxhhawka fall and rise. The gloa^y water, mol and olear. Reflects one solitary elond. And uuij-uing song birds, far and near. Repeat their matins shrill and loud, "The night U done and day Is here." -Exchange. "GO TO THE MILLS." Eight years ago 1 waa foreman in the Gail ford powder works. ' It was a dangerouh situation, and not altogether as pleasant as it might hav>j l)een. But the salary was larger than I could obtain in any other place just then, and this, to a man with an invalid mother and a lit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 23 April 1892

"DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." & VOL 1 VELASCO, T EX A S.S ATURDAN MORNING. APRIL 23.1892. NO. 118 ABBOT S MARMION ARB OFFERINQ Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $18 per Acre. Terms easy. HE WAS "MIGHTY LONELY." A WONDERFUL CAT. ülie Ha Four Onuert and They Arc All Proud of Her. "If I loved birds, less," said Mr. B. Thomas, an enthusiastic ornithologist, to a Now York Sun reporter, "I should 'ove cats more; but you can't consist- ently entertain a practical affection for cats and birds. «'I am at this moment a one third owner of a may niñeen t coal-black cat that is locked up in the collar and can't got out Up to yesterday I sup- posed that 1 held tbo whole cat in fee simple, for. although I saw her only on Fridays and Sundays. I fancied that on the other days of the week sho was somewhere within the sound of my voiec, but not anxious to seem in- trusive. She ate fish exclusively on Fridays and on Sundays...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 23 April 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder which is not included in the esti- mate,would be about 82,000,000 ex- ti'ii. iiul dreiTuijij Ins bc«u tiled seem a mathematical impossibility ever to overtake the bar. Important mid suggestive as ! on this bar and a bandnned because | these observations are, they seem ¡of the difficulties of opperntioii j ti have been overlooked by the AB50ULTTELY PURE THE DAILY TIMES! the reason why 18HI.KO KVKItY MOKNINU IIV GOODMAN 8 MCFARUND From Times building, corner Front and Houtb Second street. SU HSCIVI I 'TICIN . HY CAHHIKRM; SIllKli- ,r' One week 15 One moiitli 60 Oim year--In ailvum i* #6 00 BV MAll.: Otic your in udviiiH'e fr>,oo SI x iiioiit lis . . ...... 3.(10 Three montliM. '400 All HUbm-riptioiiH will tic promptly Htu-mled to. A ovehtisino:—Kates ma !e known jn application. All subscriptions and advertising must bo paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements In advance. No devia- tion from ttiis ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 23 April 1892

\ h. THE DAILY TIMES I8.SUED EVERY MORNING BY GOODMAN & McFARLANI) Boyd & May field, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. over Miller A Matkin's Drugstore. Store, Cor. Ave. Cand 8. 2il 8U. The |««>r treated without charge from 4 to i «mi from 7 to Í p. m. Yelasco, - Tex. C. G. SHOELER, WATCHMAKER I-I AN0i-¡ JEWELER, Wmi'li carving from photograph*. Call and di- amine my good*. VELASCO TEXAS W. II. Munhon. Iloueoil, Texan.I M. 8. MUNBON, JRO Velane . HUNSON & MUNSON, ^^ttorn©3rs-at-Xja-w. (Office over Postoffiee) V IÍLASCO, TEXAS LEWIS R. BRYAN, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. (Office Oft-: Postoffiee.) Valnaoo, T«x«a. W ill practice in the c in rts of Brazoria, Matagor da and adjoining counties. í. W. HAINS,M. D„ Physician and Surgeon, Ctirm r Ave. B uud South 2il sts. VELASCO, TEXAS. W. S. 8PROLE8, W. G, LOVE, Brazoria. yelasco. SPR0LE3 J LOVE. ATTORN EYS - AT - LAW, VELASCO AM) BRAZORIA, TEXAS. Will Practice in all the Courts. Special Atten- tion given to Land and Commercial Law. W. St. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 23 April 1892

rATTílUT A 'PTÍJWR PATH I pieces of wood Hying in all direction* JJUUvTllJ. A AAU-EiXl villi I itiii watched hia chance, and, stepping _____ | up close, fired a heavy charge into its head, killing it Steve was in bad condition, his fa<e FEROCIOUS STRUGGLE IN THE LAND OF EVERGLADES. Th«r< Is Mor* right In ft Tiger Cat TJilj la All the Hears In Pike County —Steve Johnson and Ills Son Have a Desperate Encounter. The wet weather and scarcity of food have driven many wild animals from the hummocks and prairies of Florida into the open pine forests and nearer the inhabited towns, and hunt- ers are having rare sport this season with game worthy of their skill and time. Tigers have been killed near Kissimrne more often this lust six months than ever before, and hunters rarely go out now without getting a light at, even if they don't bag, a bear, panther or tiger. Quite recently Steve Johnson and his son Will, of that place, went out for a hunt, and from the skins brought back it wns s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 25 April 1892

TMasco Paito "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." f ■ A. V< )L. 1 VELASCO. TEXAS. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 25.1892. NO. 116 ABBOT £1&A.T12&T02ST tHE BOOMI... AR.H3 OFFHRINQ Cljoiee Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. COMPELLED TO BE BRAVE. HOW THE RUSSIAN BATHES. ¿1! Horn* Ran Away During a Cli:>r -n at IIrandy Station. What I relate are facte which actu- ally befell me, says a writer in the Richmond Dispatch. The greatest cavalry battle ever fought on the American continent took place at Brandy Station on the 9th of Juno, 18(58. At early dawn the Federal ad- vance guard crossed the Rappahau- nock and charged our outposte with such vigor that they entered our camp at their heels. Most of my regiment (Sixth Virginia) had turned their horses out the evening before, and not more than fifty of us were pre- pared to mount. Our reveille was the «rack of the pistol and carbine of the foe. The f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 25 April 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PUBB THE DAILY TIMES,™#USTERLITZ gohe- ISSUED EVEItY MOUSING HV GOODMAN 8 MCFARLAND r> runt . S U BSC HIPTIO N. y carriers; Single copy „ One week w One moiitb ■ „ One year- -tu advance bv m a 11.: One year In ml vanee #5,00 Six months *■«{ Three months , All subscriptions will bo promptly attended to. Advkhtibino:—Rates made known on application. All subscriptions and advertising must be paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after 0 o'clock p. m. Tmk Daily Tim us will be found for sale on all trains, boats ami by all news dealers. Emtered at the post oflice at Velasco, Texas, as second clans mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. Velasco, "the only port." deep water To-day is Sunday. Head Times and go to church. tiie The Houston Post of Tuesday as a news di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 25 April 1892

■aXVMA, SIDDALL & PATTILLO = jji/JT: S — ' ' H :^|llllllllllltlllllliiiiiiiiillllllllllilllllllllllir- 44S' \ PLANING MILL AND LUMBER - YARD, ON AVE. D SOUTH OF RAILROAD DEPOT. (|iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiij| vVe Propose to Meet We wish to call the attention of Contractors® j= Builders and Consumers of lumber, to the facts }kkek^«s?.s| Houston and Galveston Pricos 5 Window Frames, and Interior Finish ot every 5 We also manufacture all 1 size desired at Houston and Gal- § We also carry a full line of and sized 1 mm glIHIllllllllllllllllllllllllItlIlllllllllllllllllllllliülllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ¡U/e f\ref\ere ■n I por Busies) g I chines, and every builder knows that diessed| veston prices ¡land matched flooring right from machines,! I ¡ works very much better than after it has been B1 lying up in sheds for months. Estimates prompt-1 jurn¡sh special bills and large timbers as low as the lowest. § you to come an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 25 April 1892

SOME TALES OF THE SEA. A COUPLE OP YARN SPUN BY YANKEE SAILORS. Two Milpa, Kiinmlng Into Knrh Other Thrre TimM Are L'lih*rmed~ Brave llene «f of t Crew by the Long Inlander. Let the people who think there *rt no Yankee sailors In these days go down to Fred Colcott'a in South street, argues the New York Sun. It is true that one will find vorj few Yankees who are sailing before (he mast, but the Yankee captain and the Yankee first mate and the Yankee second mute and the Yankee who used to bo one or the other, but has since obtained a so t berth on shore, gather at C'olcott's to splu sea twisters lit to make the landsman gasp. ••Kver know Captain Ltiwson—E. J. Lawson? He's in tho carpet de- partment of ono of thpse big Brooklyn stores now," said one of tho story- spinning crow rocentiy. "Twenty odd years ago he was one of a crew of the brigantine Hattio Bishop, Captain Weber. She sailed out of Portland one day with plaster for Now York. Off Cape Cod it came on to blow hard, and tho fog...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 27 April 1892

£o pttiltj Wimcó. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL. 1 VELASCO.TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 27.1892. v; . . .1, NO. 121. ABBOT S AB^CIOIiT ARBI OFFBRINO Cljoiee Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $15 per Acre. Terms easy. BEWARE OF DEBT. fhe Alliance Offer* Itemed? for Natloni hh Well tut Individuals. Possibly no command of God Is sc universally disregarded as this iojunc- lion. "If tliuü loud uinuey lo any of i .\ peo- pie that i# jwior by-Uiee. thou shuto not Ik to litin n« usurer, neither shall thou la> upoi. him usury,"'—| lix. xxii. 2">. ••Take thou iw usury of him or increusi hut fear UiyOtd: t.hat th.v brother maj liw. with thee. ■•Thou «halt not give him Ih.v money upoi usury nor lend liim thy victuals for in- crease.'"— i Lev. Kiev, Hii and 4<. Kzekiel xix 7 nays: "He that hath no! pven forth upon usury neither hatli t.a'.;ei an increase hath withdrawn hif. hand fron iniijuity and hath executed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 27 April 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE | TilK KKPIJHMCAN NATIONAL VKNTION. COX-1 opments Her broad acre that now lie dorment need but to be tapped by How it Will he («list hilled —Seventy Six More Delegates, .Making a To- tal of Mis. ; growing cities and magnificent sea The republican convention, to port uwd but the net work of railroads be held at Minneapolis on June 7, '°°|{1,ig to «" points of the ¡compás, ber great crying ous Iuwh justJy and I. HARRISON, the farmer the miner and the scientist; THF - | Pfl DINÍ* - Tfl II f)R her numerous streams need but the' ,ilL LLKUinU I HILUlX, skilled hands of manufacturer , her THE DAILY TIMES tSSUKI) EVUHY MOItNINO MY velasco times publishing company. from Timks building, corner Front and Houth Hecond street. SUBSCKI I'TION. HY CAKItlK.-lH; <'<>py • • • • «*> «*■ One week } One month • • W One year- -In advance nv maII.: One year In advance frVX Six months 3.00 Three months. ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 27 April 1892

THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BV IUIINEI LOCAL!. VELA8C0 TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Locals five o«nts per line each in- sertion. All looaiswill remain in un- til ordered out and charged for at Alll rates, TIME TABLE. VELA SCO TERMINAL Arrivals and departures from Velasoo: l.KAVK | AKBIVK Houston ... 10:40 urn I Velasco. 2:15 pm Velasco. . :¡: 10 pm I Houston 6:50 pm Arrivals and departures from Houston: HOUSTON A TEXAS CENTRAL. Leave 9:00 am I Arrive . 5:40 am Leave 0;50 pm | Arrive. ft::W pm SOUTHERN PACIFIC, A rri ve and depart from H. AT. <J depot s'.VN antonio tha ins. Leave 10:05 am I Arrive 7:00 aiu heave 7:30 pin | Arrive • «¡45 piu GULF, COLORADO A 8ASTA FE. MAIN UNE. Leave. ..0:55 am | "Arrive .10:30 am galveston tu.un/. Arrive 8:40 ain Arrive 4:40 pm Arrive 8:55 pin LeWve 7:55 am Leave . 2:10 pm Leave . .5:50 piu Leave 8:55 piu I Traiua leave Grand Central depot 15 minuter earlier than above record. NORTHERN. 3:30 mil 4:10 pm 10:40 am . .. 4:20 pm . ..0:15 pm INTE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 27 April 1892

L9AD1EST The r>oit Chord found* mood alone in the choir loft By the organ tall and grim, While over Ihe keys her finger* Followed her own sweet whim) 1 «poke of the coming parting And pleaded one furewell kiss. Hut her modest wish forbade inn. Lent the sexton old might lint Then I struck on the organ a strong, full cliord. And ere its echoes (lied, Jo the twilight dim of the old gray tbuj-cb J kissed my promised bride. We stood again ut the organ, When many years had fled; But she thought me cold and heartless, And I thought her old love dead. I spoka of our last fond parting, Of the chord and its tender tide, Arid how, like the sound of that musio, Our love hail throbbed and died; Then my heart leaped up, with a gveai, glad bound And forgot its recent pain, For she blushed, and dropping her lashes, said: "Could you tlnd mp that chord again?" .lull Ward Howe To-Day A gentleman who recently met .'tilia IVard Howe for the first time was so carried away by her brilliancy that he des...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 April 1892

CO pull) íTitucó. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOi.. 1 VELASCO. TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 28.1H92. NO. 12-2. ABBOT E Is&AJ&li/LTCDlST ARB OPFBRINO Cljoiee Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. MAN-HUNTINQ FOR GOLD. T«IW Whined Freaks Comti From &i><1 (¡I vpn tlip l*aliu t o A merle:!. Imagine a man whose specialty it giants. lie supplies them fot* the dune mix- heums of New York city. He is a lit- tle hump-backed man named Snovor. has only one eye and usually walks with a cane. Hut he can see more with his one eye than most of us can with Iwo, especially when it comos to the mutter of finding giants. He. is a Cerman by birth, but has been in America now about ten years. He fays the business pays well. ••I nave traveled alt over the globo looking for giants.'1 he said. "In i.urope the b.ggest mon are found in Spain. France, England and in some of the districts of Belgium...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 April 1892

THE DAILY TIMES IS8UKD EVERY MORNIKU BY VELASCO TINES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Times building, corner Front and Houth Beooud atreet. subscription. NY cihkikkh; Mnilf cnpjr J> cent . One week W „ One mouth no One year- -In advance >•**) BY maii.: One year In advance 85.00 Six months JOl) Three month* AW All subscriptions will be prompt!)- attended to. Advertising:—Rates made known on application. All subscriptions and advertising must be paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after 0 o'clock p. in.* The Daily Times will be fouud for ■ale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as second class mail matter. All communications should bo address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. for president: Grover Cleveland. for governor; George Clark. slogan: "Turn Texas Loose." Good morning, in The Times? Do you ad ver- The human body when grown is t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 April 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report ¡ TEXAS PRESS GANG' Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE BANQUETED AT THE MAGNIFICENT HOTEL VELASCO. THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. V El. ASCO TERMINA I.. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: I.KAVK Houston . .10:40 him VoUihco . :i: 10 pin Alt HI VK Velasco 2:l.r) pm Houston t.:/iO pin steamer w. h. steadman. 7 o cluck 10 " I.KAVK VKI.AM'o: h. in. II 111. 5 " p iu. LEAVE UUISTANA : 8 O'l'ltt'li • H. Ill 1 " p.m. 5:45 p. m. J WARD. Captain. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Baptist Oilmen Servid' 11 u. in, '¿<1 and 4th Saliliiitlis Rev. W. E. Tvnks, Pastor Sunday school 3:00 p. in every Sunday. k S, Ut.civku, Secretary and Superintendent. Eimsi ocai.: —Services every first and fourth Saliliatli ui the Smith building. Rev. Bkown, Rector. T.mikkn aci.e:—1st and 3.1 Sabbaths Rev. R, B. Hodge, Presbyterian; '2d and 4th Sabbaths, Rev, W. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9:ó0 a. in,. C. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 28 April 1892

a HUNTING PARTY. kt'ine tlilng:< H'liiHi It In .ln*t h* \IVJI Not In Know. I wan .oggltltf along tho road ono day in the rough country about tho headwatoi'M of tho Cumborlaud river when I came upon a raw-boned nativa Hitting on the fenco with a Winchester lying aiTosB his knees. ••¡¡aw are youP" I said, as I pulled up. ■•How d'y. ' he responded. "How far is it to Mud Hun," I in- quired. ■•About four mile ridin'; threa walktn'." "Much obliged." I said, and nodding at his gun [ asked if there were bear about the mountain. ••Not roun' hero. I reckon." ••Any deerP" '•None a* I know on." "Squirrels?" "'Tain't time fer 'em," "Rabbits?" • Naw:" and his tone was not affa- ble •Well, what aro you hunting?" I insisted, for there was something odd about the man. "Ain't huntin' at all," he Raid. "Jim Cooper's huntin'." ••What's he hunting?" 1 asked, with more curiosity than «ver. "Me," he answerod with a hard laugh. *'n I'm waitin' fer him to find me. I reckon," he wont on more po- litely. "...

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