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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 5 May 1892

Wasco VOLUME 1. VELASCO, TEXAS, MORNING. MAY 5, 1893. NUMBER 129 ABBOT & MARMION, ARE OrrBRINO CHOICE FARMING LAND On Line of Velascu Terminal Kailroud, in Ten, Twen- ty, Forty and Eighty Aere Tracts, at SIR per Aere. Terms Easy. DO YOU READ? • ♦ ? TP D^ILY TilPS. i 'DEEP WATER A FACT—-NOT A PROMISE," ") ~£®\F YOU DO NOT DON'T Lose Valuable Time • HUT- . 5¿Jbser¡be at Opee. Subscription lárice 50 cts. PER MONTH. \'-m ♦" VElflSGO - DAILY + TIMES'^ % r A FOUR PACE PAPER. =^- --- THE TIMES is second to up 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 fully abreast of the times in local news and its matter is free from every thing of ail objectional nature thereby making'it a valuable and necessary adjunct to each and every home in Velasco and Brazoria county. Send in your subscription now as you cannot afford to miss an issue. Call or address THE DAILY TIMES O...

Publication Title: Velasco Daily Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 5 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES TO ONE ANO AM, ISSUED EVERY MOBS I NO BY VEL ASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Times building, corner Front and South Second Mtreet. s u hscription. HVOAKKIKKX; ctliiRK- copy ® cents Une *f«li ... 15 _ One month •*> One year--In advance*-. . .>oo IIV M A 11 • One year lu advance Six mouths— aJ*' Three moutha , , ¿oü , , . Allsubscriptions will bo promptly attended to. Advehtisino:—Hates inafle 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 6 o'clock p. m." The Daily Timkh will be found for sale on all trains, boats and by ail uews dealers. Entered at the post ofllee at Velasco, Texas, as second class mail matter. All communications should bo address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. Garza's father-in-law ¡uní others are ou trial in Han Antonio^ charged with aiding the revolu- tion. In order to force the at...

Publication Title: Velasco Daily Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 5 May 1892

K m K <f> Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder ABSOLUTE!* PURE MENTION THE TIMES. Any person receiving a copy of this ' paper, will do the proprietors a favor by mentioning Tim Times iu writing to advertisers or tbe Brazos River i Channel and Dock company. The i Times is working bard for Velaaeoaud j wants'wbat credit it deserves—The I Times will answer all letters proinpt- I ly and furniah all information it can ! about tbe future metropolis of Texas Mentiuu The Times in your correspon- dence toVelasoo property owners. E. L. CORTHELL. THE ENGINEER WHO MAMES NO MISTAKES. THE DAILY TIMES issued every morning by VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. VELA SCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: I.KAVK I .VKltlVK ■ Inuslou 10:40 inn Vi'la-i'u. '¿15 pin Velaneo il: 10 pm | Houston. .6:50 pin steamer w. h. steauman. I.KAVK VKI.AM'o: 7 o chick. a. in. 10 " * a . in. 5 " p. iu. i.KAVK IJI'INTANA : 8 o'clock . ra l " p. iu. 5:45 p. in....

Publication Title: Velasco Daily Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 5 May 1892

PREVENTING AND CURING C0LD8. where 4,000 monks are buried in four little cUvnfcttgi Tfaa flagra QÍ tlifHii 'ttiumlw.ru are nuide of jtiitclK'H oi <*urtii from .ífrutui* lem, hIjoui n-ii f.-rt •.|iiart'. Kauli time a brown mouk ilim lu? in put into this earth, not, however, until the brother longest in ▲ Tluiely Uluertutluu ou «u Kvll Tli t I* Too Often Neglected. One of the moat important points in the care of the system is the keeping of the feet warm and dry. This lesson has been taught over aud over, but it is to be feared that a good muny persons read solemn warnings, born of tragic experi- ences, and give thum no second thought. Our climate, with its sharp, sudden changes, calls for tho exercise of pru- dence in the matter of dress to a degree that may be unknowu in other regions, where a more equable and favorable con- dition exists. Warm, oomfortablo under- clothing is indispensable, anil should be borne even during a brief "warm spell'' us a guard against danger from clim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 6 May 1892

¿o Paila $imcí¿. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." YOL. i. VELA.SCO, TEXAS, FRTDJlY MORNING. MAY 6.1892. NO. 130. AR.BI OPFBRZNO fe v ta Cljoiee Farming Land ON UNE OF.VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $10 per Acre. Terms easy. ■sse THEIR AWFUL MISTAKE. WHEN THEY FOUND IT OUT, IT WAS TOO LATE. A Harmless Citizen Mistaken for a Mur- . derer ami Itlddled With Bullets— Terrible Kesult* of Too (ircat liaste. An old farmer and his wife wore ro- cently murdored under very brutal circumstances in Napa Valley, says the Fortnightly Review. The man who committed the murder was a Swede named Olson, and he at once disappeared. Every effort wa9 made to find lnm. and large rewards were offered for him, either dead or alive, lie was hoard oí. or supposed to be heard of. at all sorts of places, but when hunted up ho had either disap- peared again, or it turned out to be the wrong man. His escape was the more remarkable, as be was a marked man, having a large...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 6 May 1892

■'íT-o.vy.-T:'1 V: n 'vjwf! •>/■' «'*? ;** ' ryj- ' V >?; V?V™ v5\' • ,„** ■ FJJ/ ' '! * . :"' " jv'ATÍ™r'V-,> 'v ■ v ;?V''"r'1'' THE DAILY TIMES THE ESSENTIALS. '.!--■ .1 ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY From thf Mi'ii|>ort Methodist. The preacher, the Hible ami the ; church house are indispensiiile to VELA8C0TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY- • the success of the gospel of Christ. _ ' Th< V go 01' sllOlll<l gO hllUtl ill From Times building, corner Kront; The leaving off. < r out of ud South Second Htreet. . . . either, cripples the \\ 11« I<*macbin- erv. The preacher went toa Mission hv caiiiiikrh : Single copy • One week _ One mouth ¡0 One year--tn advance. f. .ou by maii : One year In advance tyW Six mouths 5®0 Three months • «•«*' ., All «ubnerlptionn will bo promptly attended to. Lack of Coufldeiu-e—Reason Why. That wan a terrible commentary upon the Jlogg administration by Mayor Joe I). Baker, present, mayor of New Birmingham, when ¡ in reply To the Houston Post's i in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 6 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE TUC niHf V TIUEQ'"I)0Hth is tt I Hl JJA1L i 1 IMrlo it? tho8(* wi,° lmv° n°CJ,,a' : Where tin* poor soul is forced away. To seek her last abode." LOCAL ITEMS. f Col. S<1 Cleveland eost returned from day. and Mrs. l'euti- Houstou yester- 188CK1) EVERY MOItMNG BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. C. A. Heasle.v is tilling tlie position ■ of operator in t lie abseuce of F. W. Vaughan. The finishing touches are being put on the Mahoney aud Vaudervoort building 011 Ave. C and South Seooud street. Work on the Heal I Catate Exchange building will be resumed in a day or two. The work lias been suspended for a day or two waiting for material. ; The Velasco fishermen are abun-1 dantly rewarded by scores of line fat tlsli, which they bring to town from the river ami neighboring lakes every morning. Manager J. PL Campbel', of the Ye- VEl.A.sco TKHMINAi.. Arrivals and departures from Velase ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 6 May 1892

A MOTHER'S CRIME. She is Placed Behind Prison Walls Charged With the Murder of Her Babe. HAILSTONES AS LARGE AS HEN EGGS. AMM Taylor* a Colored Fiend, ta Arretted* Cb«r|e< With Beau Ib| fila Daughter to Ikat*. Pakis, Tez.. May 3.—Ida Sheltoa, a white woman about 85 year of age. was placed in jail by Deputy Marshal Andy Fryer at Coalgata L T. Hbe is charged with the murder of her babe, about ten days old. The dead body of a baby wac found ia a creek bottom not far from where she was stopping, partly devoured by wolves. Its skull was crushed. Some articles of bloody clothing were found in her possession. Cut His Throat. Houston, Tex., Apt'il 29.— Yester- day morning, between 9 and 10 o'cloc k, A. L. McCoy, an ex-conductor on the Houston and Texas Central railroad, committed suicide, usiug a razor, lie cut bis throat from the lower part of the left car around nearly to the right. There were three or four persons who saw him. Uul none were near enough lo prevent the terrible ueod. A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 7 May 1892

co Paila pme£ be "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL. 1. VELA.SCO. TEXAS. SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 7.1892. NO. 131. ABBOT £ Hue -AJRJUCIOET THE WINDS. ARB OFFBR1NO Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. IN THE HA UNTE J) LANE. A RACE BY PHANTOM HORSES AND GHOSTLY RIDERS. The story or North Carolina Plantation anil ii Cruel Slave Master—Hound llis Meant ¡fill Voting; Wife in Chain*. In Harnett county, twenty-live miles north of Fuyettoville, X. , relates the Philadelphia Item, stand the ruins of a once line resldeneo in the midst of a plantation overgrown by briars and old iicld pines. The fences have all rotteu away, and the old house has for years been the abode for bats and owls. It is known us tbe "naunted Morrison place," and there is not a negro in all that section, and but few white people, who could be induced to go near the old house after sun- down. A long, shaded lane divides the ol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 7 May 1892

HE DAILY TIMESIthe grew conflict. 1SSITKI) EVERY MORH1NG BV VELA8C0 TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Time building, corner Front and South Seeoud Rtreet. aUBSCKIPTION. HV CAKKIKKS: ft lft SO I5.0IJ ÍUIlt* SitiKle copy Due week One mouth One year- -tu advance bv MAii.: One year in ad vanee Six months -~ 'l'liree mouths ¿00 All iibMM'i]>tioUH will he promptly attended to. |6,00 3.00 Advjsktisino:—Kates 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." The Daily Times will bo found for sale ou all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as secoud class mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. Clevelaud and (Mark continue to win populur favor, among the masses they will carry the day when the convention meets. The preacher gets...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 7 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report LOCAL xvi x Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY VELA8C0 TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. VELA SCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: i.f.avk i akrive Houston 10:40 hi Vc-liiHOo '±15 pm Velasco 3:10 pin I Houston .:60 pm STEAM Kit W. H. STEAOMAN. Manager J. E. Campbell, of the Ve- lasoo lee Company, Bends his ice wag- on toall parts of the city, morning and evening. Buy your ice direct from the driver at one cent per pound, cash on delivery. Every body knows that ice is made of filtered water made pure by condensation and being per- fectly free from all sedimeut and for- eign matter it is much healthier than lake ice which carries with it all its natural consistencies. 4-28-1 m i.f.avk vki.asco: 7 o clock .a.m. 10 " an . 0 " P " • lf.avk qt'intasa : 8 o'clock «• ra 1 " p.m. 6:45 P- ra. J WARD. Captain. CHURCHES, Baptist Church ¡—Service 11 a. m, '2d and 4th Sabbaths. Rev. W. E. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 7 May 1892

TORTURED BY CHINESE. A STORY OF THE TAI-PINQ RE- BELLION IN CHINA. Colonel FurrMtrr'H Frightful EijH-rlenf* in the Town of King Poo—Made to HuflTer Almost Incredible Torture . It is probably not generally known tbat Colonel Edward 1 orroster, one of the three Americans who commanded the imperial Chineso troops the "ever victorious army," at the outbreak of the Tapping rebellion, more than thirty years ago, is still living in a lonely hamlet on the shore of Shusuap Lake, in British Columbia. The rebels were hard fighters, al- though at first they had only pikea sword p, «ncient muskets to match against the modern armies of the im- perial forcea After Colonel Forrester had been put in charge of the captured town of Sing Poo. says the Youth'* Companion, he was besiged thereby the rebela and being unablo cither to repel them or to secure reinforcements or supplies, he was compelled to evacuate. As he was one of the last to leave the works he was captured. For nevoral months he endured p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 8 May 1892

* • • * ■ i ■ ■ ; ... ; ' • v:V;í ^ X- iaili) leíala VOLUME 1. "Deep Water a Fact—Not <4 Promise. VEL ASCO, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING,MAY 8, 18í>2. NUMBER 130 ABBOT & MARMION, CHOICE FARMING LAND On Line of Velasco Terminal Railroad, 111 Ten, Twen- ty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts, at 115 per . Acre. Terms Easy. EXTRACT FROM A SERMON PERRY & NORTHRUP BY REV. C. R. LAMAR, OF CO- LUMBIA AT SHEARN CRURCH -THE- He Takes as His Subject, man,s Work." *4 Wo- OLDEST REAL ESTATE MEN DO YOU READ? TP D^ILY Tlips. "it".' -j "• j "DEEP WATER 11 FACT—-NOT A PROMISE." IF YOU DO NOT DON'T Lose Valuable Time UUTi . ^ubseribe at Opee. Subscription Price 50 cts. PER MONTH. VELASGO - DAILY ♦ TIMES \ 3 % C A FOUR PACE PAPER. x-— T HE 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 iully abreast of the times in local news and its matter is free from eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 8 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES 188 HE O EVERY MORNING by MOW tJlllLN CAS 1IF MADE HANI) i will be granted, if mo the county! SOMK judged notice to the public will) be given in The Tihek. There i are, of course, some advantage in j - It is agreed as a universal ax- j having a town incorporated; but • VELA8C0 TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY, iom (hat complexlou is the type there are some serious disadvan Í ass-—sa-ss... • of beauty. The question then tages. The town is not yet twelve arises what uiakes a beautiful; montlis' old, hence it will not be j complexion. So one knows bet-; possible to secure for Velasco the' ter than the society editor ofajmanv advantages that obtain in j daily newspaper how little impor- j favor of the incorporation of cities tance is attached to the natural, pjom all that we can gather on j methods of perfecting the coin-. the subject in discussions among) plexion. lie is expected to turn the property holders generally the i from Times building, corner Front Mid South Secoud str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 8 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report IiOCAL ITEl Powder The schooner Adelia sailed yester- day for Galveston with a carpo of cot- ton and seed. What They Ssy on the Incorporation Question. The questiou of incorporating for : school and municipal purposes is being i earnestly discussed by the cithseusof Another schooner load of luuibcr ar- Velasco at present. Many think that rived yesterday with a cargo of ium-! incorporation is the very thing we ber for the Surf Side hotel. nw<' while other are of the opinion that it is rather eurly for such a move- ment. Thk Timks is strictly a peo- ABSOU/IEiar PURB VIHE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. Ut'lllKCO Houston. i.f.avk Houston 10:10 inn I Velasco 3:10 pin | STEAMER W. H. STEADMAN. leave vei.asco! 7 o clock a.m. 10 " a . in. " p. m. 1.bave quintana i o'i'ltiok a. m 1 p. m. ■ 6:45 p. in. j. ward, Captain. n CHURCHEI Baptist Ohimich Service 11 a. in, 2d and 4th Sati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 8 May 1892

Ib % s sat 7^{P||||||||||l||||IIUt||||HMIIIIIIHIIMHIIIIIMIIjiMHIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllllllH kllllHMIII iSIDDALL & f>AX-T1LLOI——re S « M Mi Ü; «Mí §*(£ m iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir? PLANING MILL AND ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiié ^LUMBER-YARD, Üüi P : ON AVE. D SOUTH OF RAILROAD DEPOT. MI MI mi «i| ■ii i«i mi ii¡ hh| i 2 W: 5 ffl' I • - • 2 r */ = = MI iiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiih " mug Propose to Meet We wish to call the attention of Con true tors | Builders and Consumers of lumber, to the fact| that we are prepared at our mill to make all 5 kinds odd Doors, Sash, Store Fronts, Door and | Window Frames, and Interior Finish of every | description, Turned Columns, Newels Balusters = of the latest styles, Dressed and Matched Floor-1 ing and Ceilings sent out right from the ma- = chines, and every builder knows that diessed = and matched flooring right from machines,| works...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 10 May 1892

laito Simes. «DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL. i. VELA.SCO, TEXAS. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 10.1892. NO. 132. ABBOT £ Ts/LJ^RH/CXOTST ENGLAND LONQ AGO. ARB OFFBRINQ Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $10 per Acre. Terms easy. Electrio Lamp Making. Certain interesting steps of the pro- cess, are matters of public informa- tion. The first carbon filaments made seldom lasted more than fifty hours, rendering the cost of lamp renewal as much as the cost of current. In en- deavoring to prolong the life of a lamp it was noticed that the filament was brighter at some points than others, indicating a variation of size. Could this be remedied? Could the filament be made of uniform diameter? For- tunately, yes. Several years before, M. Duprez, a French chemist, had re- corded one of those observations so common in science, which, barren at the time they occur, afterward spring into fruitfulness through disclosing re- latio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 10 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES I88UKD EVKRY MORNING BY VELA8C0 TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Krmn Times building, eoruer Front uutl Mouth Heooud «treet. i*ll tM subscrikimon. HV f.'ABKIKBH: ¿Ingle copy.. S One wool* 16 ' Onu month 00 " Out1 year- tn «rtvauce . WOO uv maii.: One year In advance 16.00 81* month* «.00 Three month* 2,00 All NiibHcriptloiiH will be promptly attended to. Aüvkbtisino:—Hatea made known on application. Ail 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 6 o'clock p. m.' The Daily Times will be found for sale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velaseo, Texas, as second class mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velaseo, Texas. Beware of the man continually prying into your private affairs. He wants something to gossip about. Be sparing with your se- crets lest he expdse you to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 10 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. LOCAL ITEM! The directors of the Velasco Nation A Pleasant Affair. Lust Saturday a party of geutlemen ot Velasco ami Quintana seeklug al Hank will hold a business meeting pleasure, organized a sailing party this evening. The regular services at the different chinches wore well attended Sunday, both morning and evening. ABSOLUTELY PURE THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED KVKRY MOUSING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. VEI.ASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: I.KA VK Houston 10:40 inn VcliiM'o 3:10 pin STEAM Kit W 11 STKADMAN. 7 ii clock. HI 5 8 o'clock 1 " 6:4.1 i.KAVK VKI..WO! a. m. n m. P in. I.KAVK Ul'lNTANA : ....... a. ni . . . Ii. in. 11. in. J WAUD. Captain. CHURCHES, Baitist Curin'ii Services 11 a. in, J l and 4tli Siilibiitlis. Hl'.v. W. K. Tvni.s, Pastor Sunday school .'!:(Ki o in every Sitiuliiy. K. S, Ui.ovkii, Secretary and Superintendent. Ki'IM'JI'A i.:— Services cvci y lirst and fourth Sali...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 10 May 1892

'August Flower" "What is August Flower for?" As easily answered as asked. It is for Dyspepsia. It is a special rem- edy for the Stomach and Liver.— Nothing more than this. We believe August Flower cures Dyspepsia. Wc know it will. We have reasons for knowing it. To-day it has an honored place in every town and country store, possesses one of the largest manufacturing plants in the country, and sells everywhere. The reason is simple. It does one thing, and does it right. It cures dyspepsia® A MARSHAL KILLED Policeman John Parker Languishes Behind the Bars Charged Witl: the Crime, DEMENTED WOMAN JAILED AT THE FORT. Mud Rloore I'lrei a l.oad of ftqulrrel tthol Into the Face aud l^ad ot K. W. Ncolt. PJ8ISIPÍ * these Little Mlla. Thejr al*o roller* DU trei froto rllgMtlonsnd TooBearty Eating. A perfect rem- edy forl)iulneM,N n«M CrowralneM, Bad Tute in the Moutli. Coated ToBfué.Pain in the fllda. TOKrit) LTV EH. They rcgultta the Bowel* Purely VeActahla. Price It Centa. CARTER MEDICINE 0...

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