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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 11 May 1892

to Paite pintó. «DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE.' VOL. 1. VELASCO. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 11.1892. NO. 13a. ABBOT E MARMIOU BURYING ALIVE IN JAPAN. ARB3 OFFURINQ Choice Farming Land ON UNE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $18 per Acre. Terms easy. RITES OF THE HINDOOS, THE PROCESSION AND CAR OF JUGGERNATH. Some of the Doing* that Give Forre to Our Figure of Speech—A Might of the Idol Is Sufficient for Salvation. The temple of Juggernath at Toore, Orissa, says the Rev. W. Miller iti the Baptist Missionary Horald. with its surroundings, was completed as it now stands in ll'.lK, A. I). Its eroction occupied fourteen yeara and cost a sum equal to half a million sterling. It stands in an inclosure nearly in the form of a square, marked off by a mas- sive stone wall i'O feet high and Gó'J feet long and 030 broad. Within the enclosure) are found some one hundred and twenty smaller temples, dedicated to the principal objects of modern Hind...

Publication Title: Velasco Daily Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 11 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVKKY MOUSING UV VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Times building, corner Front and South Hecond street. SUBSCRIPTION. HV CAKHIKRM; Single copy J oonto. One week ¿8 One tnoutb J* One year- -In advance IM BY maii.: One ymr fn advance . $&.<*) Ms months 3-00 Three month* 2,00 All subscriptions will >c prompt!y attended to. Advebtisino:—ilutes nia«!e known on application. All subscriptions and advertising must be paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. Ño advertise- ment will be received after 6 o'clock p. m,' The DaiijY Times will be found for sale on all traius, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as second class mall matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. THE COMMISSION AMKNDKI). VELASCO. \. The friends of the administra- tion have been charging George' ITS BIRTH, HISTORY AND STATISTICS] with being secretly an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 11 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-—Latest U. S. Gov't Report LQCAL ITEMS. BKVZ0R1Y IIHF.KZKS. The schooners Luke Sldonin have been lavim Austin ami in port sev- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DENTISTS. Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE 7 THE DAILY TIMES 18SCKD EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. VELASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: I.KAVi: | AltlllVK Houston 111: 10 mu VeluKCo 2:1.1 |iim Velasen . ¡1:10 I'ln I Houston -:50 |>in STEAMER w h. steadman. o clock . I.F.AVE VKI.asoo: 10 8 o'clock 1 " 5: •!.") a. in. a in. ]i til. I.KAVK IJl'INT.VNA II. Ill I . III. p. 111. WARD. c;ni>taln. CHURCHES. Baptist Cur in ii Services 11 n. in. "id and 4th SuliljiitliK. Ri'.v. VV. E. Ty.st.s, l'nstor Siiiiilny school ¡too |i in. every Suinlay. E. S. (íi.iivki:, Secretary nnd Superintendent. Ei'Iscii'ai.:—Services every llrst anil fourth Sahlmth ni tin ■ Sin i 111 hllildlliii |{i:\ . DitowN. Rector. Taiikiinaci.k:—1st uml ¡id Sabbaths Rev. R 15. llodtic, Presbyterian:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 11 May 1892

«MADE A DASH FOB LIFE. THE LITTLE MAN'S STORY OF A BOLD CAVALRY CHARGE. THE YOUTH'S DEPARTMENT INTERESTING MISCELLANY YOUNG PEOPLE. FOR Wiiii Major' CommlMiMt, but Nearly Lcwt 111* Life—Didn't l.ook LUm • tighter, Hut llail Had ft l.lttlo Kipertonc«. Johnny's Composition on the Sub- ject of "Boys"—Recollection of Oxford—Curing Drunk- enness. There were four men in the amok* tag compartment of the Pullman oar on the "Flying Yankee" train coming down from Portland the other even- in <i. says the Boston Herald. Three were drummers and the fourth won a reporter. One of the drummers hud the reputation oi being the heaviest commeroial traveler in Boston, weigh- ing in the neighborhood of 800 pounds. He talked with a little man who also aoid goods. Now, this little man didn't weigh «ver 110 pounds, he waen't over five ieet in heighU and he had one of the most genial faces imaginable, notwith- standing a sharp, pieroing eye. The big man sported throe badges, one of which—and perhaps the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 12 May 1892

IMnsío lail üíimcó. «DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE.' VOL. i. VELASCO, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 12,1892. NO. 134. AEEOT & MAHMIOÜT AR.B OFFEEINO Cljoiee Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. i%. fh«toti;r«phlr Glioau And speaking of faces at th« pane there is one curious way by vhlch houses have been mudo •'haunted'1 as much as houses were ever the resi- dences of spirits. In a New York town some summers ago a woman saw in passiucr the house of her birth what she was convinced was the spirit face of her dead mother, killed by light- ning a month before, uf course this house became "haunted" in the minds «1 tbe superstitious—it had the un enviable reputation for many montas. But a year afterward a more thai, usually bravo citizen saw the face as the window as he was passing. It did not change as he approached. And the result of his investigation showed that the lightning Hash which killed p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 12 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES' BRU™ ™NTy- 1881," Kit EVJSKY MORNING BV VELASCOTIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Krotu Timkh building, corner Front and South Heoond Mtreet. subscription. HVCAKKIKRK; ntiiKif copy B cent*. Oue week IS ' One mouth W •ue year- -In advance >•<*) HY maii.: One yeur In advance V>,00 Six moulliM .... 3.00 Three months ii.00 All subscriptions will he prompt!)' attended to. Advertising:—-Kates made known on application. All Hiibneriptlons 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 fi o'clock p. m.* The Daily Times will be found for Hale on all trainH, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as second class mail matter. A11 communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. The Times would like to re- cord the arrival of 10.000 actual settlers in Velasco and Brazoria county in the next twelve months. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 12 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Powder LOCAL ITEI The steamer Justine did not arrive last nijrht, the Christie taking her run. PERSONAL MENTION PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. M. Smith, a leading citizen of Dripping Springs, is registered at the Velasco. A&SOU/TELY PURE THE DRILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. VELASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: I.KAVK I AKIllVE Houston 10:40 am Velasco . 'J: 15 pm Velasen . 3:10 pm | Houston .0:80 jim STEAM Kit W. H. STEADM AN. I.EAVF. YKI.ASC'O : 7 o ólock ... ;i in 10 " a. i" ft " p. ¡a. I.KAVK (Jl'l.NTANA : 8o'clock ...... u. in 1 " p. in. 6:4ft . p. m. J . WARD, Captain. CHURCH! Baptist Oiii'RCH :— Service 11 a. m, 2d ami 4th Sabbaths. Rev. W. E. Tvnes, Pastor Sunday school 8:00 p. in. every Sunday. K. S, Ui.ovek, Secretary and Superintendent. Eimsi 'ii-ai.:— Services every first and fourth Sabbath at the Smith building Rev. Bkown, Rector. Tahkrsaci.e:—1st ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 12 May 1892

REMEMBERING ODORS. STRANGE FACTS ABOUT YHE SENSES. Peruvian Vaillaus (.'an by the Oilor I>Ih. criminate Between the Fuot-l'rlnU of Whit* . ludluiui and Ne. groen—The Ara It. C'-n we remember odore? There arc not wanting instances. ove>* and above ono's vatruo and undollneo reel- ings on the point to prove that we can. We have the case of Words- worth, who. ordinarily deficient In the sonso of smell once tunolt a haytteld. and besides thinking it heaven, never forgot it Wo also have the case of James Fearn, now numbered among the il- lustrious obscure, but once known to fame as tho author of an "Kssay on ('onsciousnceei" who In that same work of his, says that he never lost tho memory of tho sweet smell of a baker's shop in a by street of liassora, nor that of a Jamaica fruit—luscious to oat, but unpleasant in odor—twen- ty-eight years after partaking of it A Melbourne colonist again, de- clared, some few years back, that "nothing will ever drive from his momory the smell of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 13 May 1892

UMaéfa Paila @iwe| • "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL. 1. T-— r— VELASCO, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 13.1892. NO. 135. ABBOT £ ZMIAIRUULIOIET ARE OFFERING Choice Farming Land ON UNE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $18 per Acre. Terms easy. aes FOOD ADULTERATION. ALARMING PREVALENCE POISONED EDIBLES. OF liven the Medicines We Take II uve I teen Tampered With — Some Facts Gathered l y the Depart- ment. of Agriculture. Glucose, it appears, is the greatest of all adulterants. It is used for making cheap candies, sugars, jollies and syrups. An idea of the extent to which it is employed is obtained from the fact that ten pounds of it are man- ufactured annually in the United States for every man, woman and child. It is prepared from corn. Most of the less expensive jellies in the market are purely artificial pro- ducts, states the Washington Star, com- posed of gelatine, sugar, cochineal and flavoring extracts. More coetly jellies of vari...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 13 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES COME TO TEXAS. i stand her portals, while with ¡ groat full heart she bids all ISSUED KVKItV MOUSING |JY vela8c0times publishing company. It may he a matter of inquiry hy tions to send their ships ladeued families living in other states of ; with their commodities, and carry From Timks building, corner and South Second atreet. _. . . - _ L — — - SUBSCRIPTION. by cakkikrh: dingle ropy Front Out? wwk. Ouu moirtli. .. •tit ye r- -in advance. HY MAI One year In advance Six inouthK Three mouths ft fvnts. 1ft " AO " |A.0<t ♦A. 00 3.00 2.00 this Union why the Texas press is so loud and persistant in coun- selling them to come to Texas. | The Times can easily answer the inquiry and heartily insist that i all who are not prospering in the old states to examine our re pre- I Mentations. I. Hecause it i.s to your ¡mine* in return to their homes the pro- duets, not only of this great state, but of the entire trans-Mississippi country. *1(1. Hecause every dollar you invest in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 13 May 1892

fi Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOUUTEMf PtIBB THE DAILY TIMES I8SUKI) EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. VEl.asco TERMINAL. Arrivuls ami departures from Velasco: I.KAVi: I A it It 1V K Houston . 10:40 inn VcIiikco 2:15 pm VoIiiri'o . .8:10 pm I Hotmlon .0:50 pin GHURGHEI Baptist Shi'Ik ii :— Service 11 h. in, 2«1 and 4th SiihbuthR. Rkv. W. E. Tvnkh, Pastor Suniiuy Kcliool 3:001> 111 every Sntiday. F. 8, <ii.ovr.it, Secretary aiul Superintendent Erix")i'ai.:— Services every first and fourth Subliath at tlic Smith building. Rkv. Bkow.n, Rector. Tabkrxaci.e:—1st and 3d Sabbat lis Rev. R. B. Hodge, Presbyterian; 2d and 4th Sabbaths, Rev. YV. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9::!0 a. 111,. C. M. Palillo, superintendent: Goo. Moore, secretary. Christian Congregation worship in the ThomuK school room next door west of Paris Hotel. Sunday school 9:00 a. m..T, E. Dauthett, .superintendent of Sunday school...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 13 May 1892

SICKENING TRAGEDY Two Men Ground to Death Beneath the Wheels of a Locomotive. AN ALDERMAN ARRESTED FOR THEFT. Aklkk Tille belt Off Willi a Box Contuininff One Thousuud Milter Dollar . San Antonio, Tex., May 10.- Louis Sein and Charles NelT, two nimbly in- spected and wealthy liti/.ens. were driving yestorday evoning in a one- horse vehicle at the crossing of the International railway and Commerce Htreet when a freight train was pass- ing in front of them, and they stopped to let it pass. The freight passed on, no Aug was shown, as the coroner Stated, and when the freight train cleared the track they started to cross, but a switch engine followed close in the rear of the freight not more than .100 yards or so, so that neither Sein nor Neff could see it The result was that Seln and Neff wero ground to death beneath the wheels of the switch engine. Justice Herrón was called to hold the inquest. Destructive Storm. Stki*hi:nvii.lk, Tux., May 9.—M. Doyle, foreman of the Stephenville secti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 May 1892

Uekéft" Paito Sí mes. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL. VELASCO. TEXAS, SA TURDAY MORNING. MAY 14.1892. NO. 13(>. ABBOT g MARMIOU ARE OFFBRINQ C^oiee Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. PHYSIC IN MANI LAMDS. TERRIBLE REMEDIES USED BY THE HEATHEN. Doctora Who Kink Tlii'lr Lives to Ketlere the VaiiiH tif Iturburtiiiis — The . Kill it I Treatment of Mea* nIi'm In Imliu. In on« of tho central provincos of India not long ago measles broke out among the natives shortly atter the arrival of two women missionaries from America. Children wero soon dying in such numbers that the mis- sionaries wished they had learned something about medicino before they came. They know, however, that children with measles should be kept warm and not allowed to run any risk of catching cold. The mortality caused by so simple a disease, as they had known it. astounded them, ana they made inquiries as to how tho lit-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVKKY MORNING BY VEU8C0TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Timks building, coruer Front and Houth Second street. SUHSCKIP'riON. ft routs, lft " SO " «ft.OU HV (A Kit I F1P.H; «Infle copy One week One mouth •tie year- -tii advance BY MAIM One year in advance |ft,00 81s month 8.H0 Three montliK '¿00 All KUbseriptloiiN will lie prompt!)' attended to. Adveiitisino:—Rates made known on application. Ail subscription* 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 Daii.y Timks will be found for sale on all trains, boats and by ull news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as second class mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Timks, Velasco, Texas. The pharmacentical'association of Texas called itw 13th annual convention at Waco last Monday. Dr. Geo. H. Kelteyer of Han An- tonio presiding. Col M. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report PERIOMi 1IRAZ0RIA 1IRKEZEN. ABSOLUTELY PtIRB THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY, TIME TABLE. VELASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals aud departures from Velasco: i.kavk I abbivk lloiixtiiii 10:40 um VelHseo . 2:15 pm Velanco . 3:10 pm I Houston 6:50 pm CHURCH El Baptist Ohf itni:—Service 11 n. ni, 2d ami 4th Sabbaths. Rev. W. E. Tvnf.n, Pustor Sunday school 3:00 p in. every Sunday. K. S, Oi.ovkr, Secretary and Superintendent. EimsoI'AI.;—Services every tlrst and fourth Kabbnth tit the Smith building Kf.v. Bkown, Rector. Tahkrnaci.k:—1st and Sd Sabbaths Rev. It. B. Hodtfe, Presbyterian; 2d and 4th Sabbaths, Rev, W. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9:30 a. lit,. O. M. Patillo, superintendent: Geo. Moore, secretary. Christian Congregation worship in the Thomas school room next door west of Paris Hotel. Sunday school 9:00 a. m.,T. E. Dauthett, superintendent of Sunday school. Communion service 11 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 14 May 1892

HEATHEN FANATICISM HOOKS IN A MAN'S PLESH. THEN HOISTED ALOFT. A niUMlonnry'a Spectacle In India—A lirvoltliig 1'raetlee iu Honor of the ((■tin Making IteuioiiGH*—A Graphic Ac- «-aunt of tlie Scene by an Eye H'ltiie . Amoiig the heathenish customs ob- served by the natives in certain parts ©f India, having in view the propitia- tion ot the gods, In the hope of obtain- ing rain in dry seasons, is the practice •f hook swinging. This revolting per- formance was at one time suppressed by the English government, but its SUSPENDED IN THE AIR revival has of late been allowed, and its observance appears to give much satisfaction to thousands of devotees. These people worship the demoness Mariamman, said to be the spirit of a Pariah woman who formerly was at- tacked by small-pox and was left to die without assistance. She has now be- eome the patron of small-pox and cholera and is believed to have the power to send or withold rain,and hook swinging is thought to be a means of propitiating he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 15 May 1892

t a Promise." VOLUME 1. "Deep Water a Fact- VELASCO, TExls, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1892. NUMBER 131 ABBOT & MARIY1I0N, ARE OFFER1NQ CHOICE FARMING LAND On Line of Velaneo Terminal Railroad, in Ten, Twen- ty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tract , at $15 per Aere. Term Easy. DO YOU READ? ^ —'' • ♦ v —~~~ ♦ * ■;j!!iaJSr.4>.i9e 4 vt' >?.. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT fl PROMISE," ^ DON'T ^ Lose Valuable Time «rs£ BUÍ8/1 5¿ibserib$ at Opee. Subscription Price 50 cts. PER MONTH. '■THE * YELflSCQ * DAILY « TIMES 1 C 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 iully 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 home in Velasco and Brazoria coihity. Send in your subscription now as you cannot afford to m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 15 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVKKY MOHNINQ BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLI8HIN6 COMPANY From Times building, corner Front and South Second street. SUBSCRIPTION. rycamibm; Om mootk •dc jre«r- -in advance v&-00 ■v mail: Om r*«r in advance IR,00 Six month J00 Three months 2,00 Allaubacriptlona will be prompt'y attended to. Advebtisino:—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 6 o'clock p. m.' The Daily Tikes will be found for sale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post offioe at Velasoo, Texas, as second class mall matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasoo, Texas. The Austin dam stands the high water pressure perfectly well. The Houaton Post of the 14th. gives a full, report of the opening says grand maifest at Brenham. * M. K. * and T. Right ef Way. The committee on righ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 15 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—*Latest U. S. Gov't Report tlfALB, ABSou/iay ran THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. ■ . , „ , , , ■■ TIME TABLEÉ T VELASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velaste: LKAVE I AXUVI Houston 10:40 am I Velaieo.... 2:15 ptn Velaaco 3:10 pm | Hounlou 6:f>0 pm STEAMER VT. H. STEADMAN. lkavk vklaico: 7 o clock ■. m. 10 " a.m. 5 " ...p.m. leave quintana : • o'clock a. ra 1 " , p.m. t:46 ........ p. m. J. WARD. Captain. churches, Baptist Church :—tiervice* 11 a. m, 2d and 4tli Sabbath*. Rev. W. E. Tynem, Fautor Sunday school 8:00 p.m. «very Sunday. F. S, Wi.ovek, Secretary and Superintendent Episcopal;— 8ervtco« every first and fourth Sabbath at the Smith building. Rev. Bsown, Rector. Tabernacle:—lnt and 3d Babbatha Rev. R. R. Hodge, Freabytcrlau; 3d and 4th Sabbaths, Kev, W. T. Keith, Methodist Sunday school at 9:80 a. m„ C. M. Patlllo, superintendent; Geo. Moore, secratary. Christian Congregation worship in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 15 May 1892

• : ;v Z :it]4 S * iz t - - •••-?••; p®gssg?;^iIÜ ;>|& ^vv^íllllllHIIIHHIUIHIIUimUlilllHit-MHIIMII^IIIIIMIiiilllliillilltKliilItlMMIIIIIIKIIIlllllllItlHIMIIt lllllllllllllllllitlIlllliniTitlIiilllllll'liilKllllllii.ici •miiii-iiliin<111111111111411..lllilllillillilliilIKIlllKtlllllllt'ttir.ulU./...(Hliii.i >ilii;o.i>..<oilit' tllllUllllllilili '<Í4UÍ? i¡ «SIDDALL & PATTILLOÍ— áiiiiiiiiwniiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiminimiiir? Hi II ———i —— PLANING MILL AND ^ii!]iff!iiiiii¡ii!iiniiiii!i:utiiiiiitiiii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiÍM LUMBER-YARD, ON AVE D SOUTH OF RAILROAD DEPOT. ' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIHIIIIIIINMIIIMiaiHINIIIIIIIIIHIi We wish to call the attention of Contractors ¿ Builder and Consumera oí lumber, to the fact| that we are prepared at our mill to make all § hinds odd Doors, Saab, Store Fronts, Door and | Window Frames, and Interior Finish of every | description, Turned Column , Newels Balusters of the latest styles, Dressed and Ma...

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