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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 18 May 1892

\ <Iunco. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL. i. VELASCO, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 18.1892. NO. 138. 4L iM ABBOT § MABMION THE TOAD WON. A.H.E3 OFFBRINQ Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. TO SEE THE WIND. Anyl "rty Can Do It ir They Stuud In the IliBlit I'lare. "Pigs can see wind." is a country proverb of some age. and is. perhaps, a tribute to the understanding of an animal that, while nominally the stupidest of brutes is really ono of the smartest. But anybody can see tho wind if he will stand in the right place, asserts tho New York Recorder. They say that if you will hold a broad- bladed knife or any other piece of pol- ished metal at a slight slant toward the breeze and look along its windward surface you can sec the air How upand fall off on the leeward side. Ferhape so. but you can see it for a certainty on the Western plains on an average summer day. When the sun is we...

Publication Title: Velasco Daily Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 18 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVKItV M0HN1NU BY VELA8C0 TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Times building, corner Front and South Second utreet. aubsoription. my carbikkh; Mufle copy ft «jut*. One week 1ft Oh month _ SO •■e year--In ndvauce •500 by ma ii. One year In advance Six month* .. tvou .. 8.0Ü month* 2,00 All «uIwcriptlouH will be prompt! y attended to. Advertising:—Ratos made known on application. All 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 Daily Times will be found 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 be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. The law allowing cattle to go into the creek nation terminated at 12 o'clock on the night of the 15th, inst. There is a magnificent $00,000 printers home in Colorado Sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 18 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. L.OCAU ITEMS. 1 'K KSUNAI. M IÍNTK1N PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Powder AEVSOLUTELY PURE THE DAILY TIMES i issued every morning by VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. velasco terminal. Arrivals aud departures from Velasco: I.RA V K I a lilt IVK Houston 10:40 ain Velasco 2;Ifi pm Velasco . .3:10 pni I Houston l.:.r>u pm STEAMER W. II. STEADMAN. 7 o clock. 10 ñ 8 o'clock. 1 " 5:45 l.kavk velasco: u. III. a m. P in. l.kavk quintana : II. Ill p. 111. p. 111. J WARD, Captain. CHURCHES. Baill t Cut'r('ii:—Service 11 a. in. 2d ami 4th Sabbath*. Rkv. W. E. Tvnks, l'astor Sunday school 3:00 p m every Sunday. K. S, Ui.ovkk, Secretary and Supcriiiteiident. Episcopal:—Services every llrst and fourtli Sabbatli at the Smith building Rkv. IIwuv.n, Rector. Tabernaci.k:—1st aud 3d Sabbaths Rev. it. R. Hodge, Presbyterian; 2d anil 4th Sabbaths, Rev, W. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m,. C. M. Palillo, superintendent: Ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 18 May 1892

' MAFWIACE /N PARIS. Ratnrdi; It tba fopulur '^y for Work. In** meu —TCb t (i N«o*i«irf. Before Pierre can with safety select his particular Saturday he has a mul- titude of civil nud religious require, merits to attend to. according to the New York Press. Neither he nor Lizette can think of such a thing as marrying without the consent of tholr families. If father. mother and grandparents are dead a family coun- cil must be called of the nearest living relatives to consider the case and give or withhold permission, if it is re- fused to Pierre and he is under 25, or to Lizette and she is under 21, the marriage cannot go on. For eleven days before the civil marriage can take place there mue,i be posted at the door of the mayor's office in the arrondissement in which each lives a bulletin giving the names, occupation and residence of the per- sons to be married and full data about both parties. If there is a religious service the bans will be published three Sundays running In the chu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 19 May 1892

cu pailw @imc£í. ««DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL. I. VELA.SCO. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 19.1892. NO. 139. A X ABBOT E MAE.MIOIT OFFERING Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. A FREAKY COLONEL. M. Quad Meet* With an Eccentric Char* acter Down In T>lrik< About the middlu of the afternoon 1 camp to a cross-roads and Baw a white man fast asleep, with his back to a iree, while an ancient-looking colored man was lying on the grass three or four yard- away, and a horse was hitched to the fence. The negro saw me as I approached and got up and came out to the road and respectfully saluted me and said: • l>oos yo' wanterax any queshiuns, boss?' ••Yes. I want to know how far it is to Graysville." "'Deed, sah, bat I can't toll yo', 1 hain't dun bin vere a great while." "Who's that?" I asked, pointing to «•bite man. "Him's Kurnel White, sah." "And you are his servant?" "'/actly. sah—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 19 May 1892

w-rzw THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED KVKItY MOUNINU BY VILASC0TI1E8 PUBL18HIW6 COMPANY. From Times building, corner Front and South Seoond utreet. auBSORIPTION MY carkiekh; Single copy 5 cent*. One week 16 One mouth 80 •ne year- -Ui advance .00 BY MAII,: One year In advaucc 15.00 Six months ft.00 Three months 2,00 A ub crlptlon will be prompt! y attcmloil to. Advbbtisimo:—Rates made known on application. All subscriptions and advertising must be paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No dovia- tlou from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after 0 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 Velasco, Texas, as second class mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. Gol. Tom Bowers is alone on the Iconoclast since his partner, evangelist Brann, has taken to the pulpit. Glark wins in Bastrop. The primaries are in the majority for Gla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 19 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOSJUTELY PURE THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. VEI.ASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals aud departures from Velasco: 1.1ÍAVK I AHlilVU Houston 10:40 tun I Volnsco . . . 2:15 pm Volasen 8:10 pm | Ilou.stou 0:50 i>m BUSINESS LOCALS. El Mérito Pharmacy. Straw hats cheap at Cold water's. Yiiss Iiarton, the milliner, Ave. C. A line lot of white aud dude ties at Nvssbaum's, Agt. THAT HACKING COUGH can he so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For sale by M. M. Miller. Flour] Flour} Wearo selling a go-jd straight grade flour at $1.25 per 50 pound sack. P. F Combs & Co. Windsors ties of all shades at Nuss- hal'm's. Five Hundred •Seaside novele at liaip price at J. N. Shultz's news stand. Just received, a largo stock of ladies Une Oxford kid hand sewed shoes at Cold water's shoe store. (icltica Syriiji. Try our delicious Golden Syrup, Porto lileo molasses or Thl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 19 May 1892

8PLDIERS OF FORTUNE. MEN WHO FOUGHT FOR NO CAUSE AND FOR ALL CAUSES rt)« Treinendoim Adveuturea of 0«or|a Thomas, Keinhardt, anil the F * moas Iteguiii Kiimroo—\ Short l.lfti. To write a history of BOldlers of /ortuno would ba much like writing a history of tho world in brief, with ex- cursions Into human affairs generally since the fall of man. but the first fcoldat, professional fighiing man— hired at a sol or sou per day—was re- garded as a portent when Charles VIII., of Franco, introduced him to mcdu val Europe. He is supremo now, if there be no race at present; like the Spartan of antiquity, or the Swiss of the Middle Ages, which re- gards war as its national trade, hut the ancient Greeks were soldiers of fortune par excellence. Such crowds ®f them wero always forthcoming that any tyrant In want of the article could obtain picked veterans at $;(. 0 ) a month. Cyrus engaged 11.200 at that price; and when they stood ap- palled at the dangers of tho service to which he had inveigl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 20 May 1892

V 'c \ . • yk^ Blasco Patín fritttté. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL. 1. VELASCO. TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 20,1892. NO. 140. A ABBOT & JvT A.IRIMIIOIfl" EVOLUTION OF THE DRUMMER ARBJ OF7BRINO Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $18 per Acre. Terms easy. THIS 18 KLEPTOMANIA. INSTANCES OP THEFT AMONO WEALTHY WOMEN. Moat Clever Methods Adopted by People Socially Prominent—How Madam Supplied Her Daughter With Earring . "Are there any kleptomaniacs in Louisville?1' asked a representativo of the Louisville Courier-Journal. The Fourth street jeweller smiled at the question and led the way to a quiet coflrer. His feelings had been touched in a sore spot. A short time ago, according to the jeweller, a wealthy woman bought a diamond brooch from his store and. tiring of it after a few months' wear «ent it back to be worked into a dif- ferent shape. One diamond was to remain over and be returned loose with the br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 20 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES «WB.— *- '- «!—l."1 -I"' ■« . —■——— IHHUKI) KVICKY MORNING BY VEL ASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Timks building, corner Front aud South Second street. SUBSCRIPTION. HY C-AKKIKRx; Single copy t^ntn. One weak J ,, One month...... go ®ne year--<n advance — wi-OO by mail: One year in art vanee W.OO Six mouth* JOO Three months • • ■ tOO All subscriptions will tiu prompt! y 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. m. The Daily Times will be found for sale on all trains, Ijoats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as second class mail matter. All communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. A negro woman has been arres- ted who has in her possession clothes that belonged to Mr . Mc Donough the murdered ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 20 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report SCIENCEJT WORK. THE SWOLLEN RIVER DEEPENS | THE CHANNEL AND V EL ASCO 18 A PORT OF THE FIRST WATER. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ABSOU/IEUr PURB THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVKRY MORNING BY VELA8C0 TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TÍME TABLE. VELASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: i.kave Houston 10:40 urn Velasco 3:10 pm arkivg Vulasco 2:15 pn> Houston 0:50 pin BUSINESS LOCALS. El Mérito Pharmacy. Straw hats cheap at Coldwater's. Misa Barton, the milliuer, Ave. C. Fans from 5 cents to $6. at Dowrey's Bazaar. 7t A Hue lot of white and dude ties at Nussbaum's, Agt. THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For sale by M. M. Miller. We study to please all classes of trade at Dowrey's Itazaar. 7t liibbons, lace veilings, si.k trim- mings of all ki'ids at Dowrey's Ba- zaiUr. 7t flour! Klourl Weare selling a go-jd straight grade flour at $1 .lió per 60 pound sack. P. F Combs & Co. Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 20 May 1892

y* RUSTLER SITUATION. Another Band of Texans Said to Have Been Imported by the Stockmen. fRACTURED HIS STEPFATHER'S SKULL. * Break In Bonne Carre l ever, ¡ÍOO Feet Wide untf five leel Deep, Canaca Cneaslness. Buffalo, Wyo., May 17.—The ieputies who went out Friday to the Hoe rauch for additional witnesses to itie killing oí George Willman have nut returned. Alex Lawther, ono of the stockmen who was at the ranch. U doad. Kid Donnelley and Jim Tay- lor came in from Powder river, hav- ing tied from their ranches becauso of the warning given them tnat tho stockmen are sending another band of Texans into tho region to clean out the country. Tney reported several persons had seen bands of strangers uround railroad towns and concentrat- ing in the vicinity of this place. Scouts are being sent out. VracAured Hla Stepfather's Skull. Akdmorf, I. 'J'., May 17.—News just reached here yesterday of an af- fray between a man and his stepson near Woodford on the McLane farm. While splitting a rail ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 21 May 1892

Wastfa Pail "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VELASCO. TEXAS. SAT URDAY MORNING, MAY 21.1892. NO. 141. VOL. i. MAJESTIC PALMS. 1 AR8 OFPBRINO Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $18 per Acre. Terms easy. PHYSIC IN MANI LANDS. TERRIBLE REMEDIES USED BY THE HEATHEN. Doctor* Who Kisk Their Liven to Keller* the faint of Barbarians — The Fatal Treatment of Mea- ule In India. In one of the central provinces of India not long ago measles broke out among the natives shortly alter the arrival of two women missionaries from America. Children were soon dying in such numbers that the mis- sionaries wished they had learned something about medicine before they came. They knew, 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 the lit- tle patients were treate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 21 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES IMBUED EVKKY MOKXINU BY VELA8C0TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. from Times building, corner Front and Houth Second atreet. 8UB8CHIPTION KV CAKKIKflH; dingle ««| y 5 IVIllK. 15 " «) " Viui One week One month •ue year- -<n advance... BY MAII One year In advance Six month* Three month* , , All unbHcrlptioiiH will be promptly intended to. *\00 H.00 Auvertisino:—líate made known i on application. Ail subscriptions and advertising must bo paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after (i o'clock p. m. Tin: Daily Time will be found for sale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Kntered at the post office at Velasco, Texas, as secoud class mall matter. A11 communications should be address- ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. Fort Worth City .Judge Kern was accused of malfeaseiic<> in of- fice, drunkcuuess on the bench, but demanded investigation and was acquitted. OHJECTIONABLK...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 21 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder AASOU/TELY PURE THE DAILY TIMES HKA/OKI.Y HKKKZEN. 1SSU Kl> EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY, TIME TABLE. VELASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals aud departures from Velasco: I.EAVK Houston 10:40 mil Velasen ..,'i:10pni a l: k1 v F. Velasco il,r> pm Houston. f.:.r)0 ¡un STEAMKli W. 11. STKADMAN. I.KAVK VKI.ASCO: 7 o clock a. ui. 10 " it in. 5 " . .p. in. I.EAVK QCINTAN A : 8 o'clock . ii. ni 1 " p. in. 11:45. . )>. in. J WAHD. Captain. CHURCHES. Bahirt Cihkch:—Services 11 a. in, 2d ami 4t 11 Sabbath*'. Rkv. W. E. Tynks, Pastor ,Sunday school ;i:00 (i. in every .Sunday. K. S, iii.ovi.it, Secretary and Superintendent. Ei'iM 'M'AI.:— Services every first and fourth Sabbath at the Smith building. Rev. Brown, Rector. Tabernacle:—1st and 3d Sabbaths Rev. R, B. Hodge, Presbyterian; 2d and 4th Sabbaths, Rev, W, T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9::J0 a. in,. C. M.M'atillo, superintendent; Geo. Moore...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 21 May 1892

S^ppppij'J ■B W W Sr LsÁdies: T%« rnmentloned Í5n**t. Hf retul the evening paper through More carefully than molt of raen, BecnuM a woman whom he know Hud married been. In polished linen the dally told The many pltts to bride and groom, And how era-hunting mualc rolled Through every room. It told bow frafrur.t was the lr. By breath of fiomertt upon It blown. How jewels rich and diamonds rare Sparkled aud «bone. It praised the caterer'* finished art That made ho rich a wedding spread. But how the fair bride felt ul beurt j Wm left unsaid. The names of many who were there Within the long account were pressed; It told how ladles decked their ha% And how they dressed One name howe'er was not supplied By the typesetter s hasty lead. The one loved far more by bride Than him she wed. Which of the two, the bride nrhej Whom we term the unmentloned guest, Stands most in need of sympathy. Uod knoweth beet. Girl* In ItMtauranta There is just as great an opportunity, If not greater, to judge a w...

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

♦ ¥ fflimef. VOLUME 1. "Deep Water a Fact—Not a Promise." VELA.SCO, TEXAS, SUNDAY WOttNTIim, MAY 22, 1892. NUMBER 142 ABBOT & MARMION, ARE OFFERING CHOICE FARMING LAND On Line of Yelasco Terminal Railroad, in T«n, Twen- ty, Forty and Eiglfty A «re Tracts, at §15 per Acre. Terms Easy. A QUEER COMBINATION. What a queer combination of t-heelc and per rersity, Insolence, pride, gab, impudence, vanity, JoalouH)-, bate, «corn, líasenos*, insanity, Honor, trutb, wisdom, virtue, urbauity, 1m that whimsical l)i|>ed called man! Who can fat hum the cU'iuUs of hi innutu de- pravity'/ Today he's all gayety, tomorrow all gravity. For blowing his own born lie lins a pro|>onMly, Evun under clouds of Kingnlar density- Ob, mythical clay bunk called man! - Uric'.¿maker. PERRY &NORTHRUP -THE- DO YOU READ? • «> V «• a A LITTLE BLUE CAM I was paying u visit to my frlotuls, tho Duniuds. Thoy were a simple, 'honest' couple, who lived near llio banks of tho river, in a tiny house, a mere bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 22 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES issued every morning bv VELASCOTIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Times building,, comer Front and South Secoud «treet. aUBSCRI PTION. ■y t'arrikrh; Mngle copy 6 cent*. One week 15 " Oue mouth 80 •ae year- -tn advance 16.00 by mail: One year In advance 16,00 81* month 3 00 Three monthh 2,00 All subscriptions will be promptly attended to. Advertising:—Rates tuaWe known on application. All subscriptions and advertising must be paid weekly. Foreign and transient nd- vertiBementM in advance. No devia- tiou from this rule. No advertise- ment will be reeoived after 0 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 Velascó, Texas, as second class mail matter. All communications should be address- ed, to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. Juno 10 comes on Sunday this year compelía the emancipation celebrators to hold their reunion on Monday. They have a high programme in Houston. THE DENISON MURDERS. I CO...

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

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report PBRBONALiI TO ONE AN1> ALL. i Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. x- Every body sells the "Volasco Dee]) Water" Cigar, to be found at Laminera' cigar store. l\v Chicago Prices. (Jail at J. Rosenstrauch's and JO yards of lawn and calico prints at $1. Also 20 yards bleached domestic for $1.00. V El.A SCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: i.k.vvi: t a it it i v k Houston 10:40 am I Velasco. .. 2:1"> put Velasen 3:10 pm | Houston ('.¡flu pm STEAMKR W. H. BTKADMAN. T pepsia and Liver complain! ? Billion's Vitalizarla guaranteed to nure you. l.KAVK VKI.ASCO: 7 o clock a.m. 10 " ti. 111. 5 " )! 111. l.KAVK (jl'intana : • o'clock * h. in I " . j>. in. i>:45 — . p. ni. ■I WAItli. ('n)ilniii. CHURCHES. Baptist Ciitmcn ¡—Services 11 u. ni, 2d anil 4th Sabhaths. Rev. W. E. Tvnkm, 1'astor Sunday school 3:00 p. in every Sunday. E. S...

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

THE WEEKLY TIM IS THE LEAD18 ffiPBESEHTATIVE OF THE DEEP WATER PORT 'DFEP WATER A FACT--NOT A PROMISE liBi i ' "Bé' T¿| £ |f|MÍu,llt,p <* * t ¿>'J #*-l¡ , HW^bÍÍ r ■ • V '*«1 ljrsji w "v# . ?■ í 'j •■. - •'%>,' i s. >--a¡ f> «MW'l1 'V }t Y \Y.Y:Y' 7:": ^ * í, ■" -■■•■-■■' í - jlpn-qíi.;Ui,TÍ r -IB,1' ¡jlk ¡"A ' ' 4¡ yi* A'Í. ,: Vij:-: . ;i '-^0 . ..• '■••'■' . '•• ¡ ff! f r* f^z,' '."i 35:' - v i' 'J> j iij¿iiipi|| " ,!£, -;:pV^'%'■' 'Jg t 2rÍ'b^/^YY • ;• V i*l,'utf.iiMiilWii. * .mMP+ur*n¿ r.a^i«*.A*aa«.« >w* • v.. . • • <<•—• • • •" •«•• «• • ♦ — ■'• ' ' -'.A'?". * -,-'■ '■" • -, - -'W.'vt . .. ;.:; j líIltDvS KYK VIEW OF THE MOUTH OF íllE BRAZOS RIVE Li AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY —jonnwnmwapBMcqtBic t««r *? HIS (HANCE . •■.+yin.~-\zr* ■■ «un i >ij i ■ — 7Tjmn\«fww ST. Clement and Henry VV. i.,.rd were twin brothers. How like and yet how unlike! In appearance there waa every- thing to lead one to see that they could both lay clu'm to the Hame birthday: th...

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