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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 29 May 1892

) ¿o Paito finteé. «DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE.' VOL.1. VELASCO, TEXAS. SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 29.1892. NO. 147 FRETTY JOVITA. ARE OFFERING Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $18 per Acre. Terms easy. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. SOMBGOOD RULES TO FOLLOW IN RAISING CORN. Cabbage ax a 1'rolltable Field Crop- Fore* of Rxample In Farming— Horticultural Hints anil Household Help*. It ule* In KnUiiitf Corn. 1. Select a rich, well-drained soil, choosing' old Bod, or else well seeded clover. Sod is counted equal to fifty or a hundred loads of barn manure to the acre. 2. Manure it in autumn or du-ing winter by spreading finely or evenly with barn manure. Spread on sod in autumn manure is worth twice as much as spread in lumps in spring. S. riow at a moderato depth; five or six inches at most will bring more corn than eight inchea 4. Mellow the inverted sod thor- oughly with spring-tooth, disc, or «smoothing harrow. 5. Select the...

Publication Title: Velasco Daily Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 29 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVERY MORNING MY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Times building, comer Front and Houth Hecoud street. SUBSCRIPTION. • y cakhikitft; illicit- copy 6 cunt*. •ae week 1 Oae mouth ; o •■e year- -in advance >00 by ma ii.: One year In advance tfOrt Nix month JW Three month 2,0" , , All ub crlptlon will be promptly attended to. A.ovkktisino:—Bates 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 fJ o'clock p. m. The Daii-v Times will be found for sale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Watered at the post office at Velasco. Texas, as second class mail matte,- All communications should beaddresr ed to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. Arkansas families are ing in Taylor county. coloniz- The Texas state Typographi- cal union was in session in Waco last Wednesday and Thursday. A destructive storm pas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 29 May 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report V Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE DAILY TIMES issued every morning by VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. v el. a sco terminal. Arrivals and depart uros from Wlasoo: i.kavk Houston 10:40 inn Velasco 3:10 I >1U AKItlVK V elasco 2:1."> pm Houston. t.:50 ¡nil steamkr w. h. steadman. I.KAVK VKI.ASCO: 7 o clock it. in. 10 " a 111. 6 " p HI. i.kavk quintana : 8 o'clock ft. ni I " p. 111. 6:45 p. in. J WARD. Cnptnln. CHURCHEI Bai'tiht Cifi'iicii:— Services 11 h. hi, ü<1 ami 4tli Sabbaths. Rkv. W. E. Ty.nks, Pastor Sunday school 3:00 p. in. every Sunduy. F. 8, Ulover, Secretory «nil Superintendent. Ei'Ircoi'AI.:—Services every first ami fourth Snhhiith at the Smith building Rkv. Biiown, Rector. Tabkrnaci.k:—1st and 3d Sabbaths Rev. II. B. Hodge, Presbyterian; 2d and 4th Siibbnths. Rev, VV. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m,, C. M. Piitillo, suj erlutcndent: Geo. Moore, secretary. Christian Congregation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 29 May 1892

STEALING THE STIFFS. MOW MEDICAL COLLEGES GET SOME OP THEIR SUBJECTS. Ghostly Title of Night Prowler* In the Cetneterle*—An Actual Occur- rene* la the Vlelnltjr of New York Cltjr. Ths public generally may be under the Impression that body-snatching is • horror of the past, but many are the deeds ef darkness done in our com- AN ACTUAL OCCURRENCE. munition that are never known except by the perpetrators. Our illustration represents an actual occurrence, sketched by a party who was present, but who. sworn to secrecy, will not <11- ruige the names of those implicated in the fearful transaction, nor the precise locality where it occurred. A lady recently died in the vicinity of the city of New York, whose disease had long puzzled the attendant phy- sicians and had battled all the resources of their skill and experience. After her death, with tlie natural anxiety of scientific men to investigate a subject that had involved them in so much pro- fessional perplexity, the doctors who had ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 31 May 1892

) ¿o M etmco. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL.!. VELASCO, TEXAS, TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 31.1892. NO. 14S ABBOT & IMZ_A-IE?,IL£IOiT ARE OFFERINQ Choice Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $18 per Acre. Terms easy. LONDON HOTEL FIRE ESCAPES. How thenig EnKllKh Hotels A re Protected From DiMUHter . A representativo of the Pall Mall Budget called at several of the lead- in? London hotel9 to find out what means they adopt to prevent a similar or much less serious disaster. He re- ports that the precautions on tho wholo are excellent. ( ailing first at tho Grand our repre- sentative saw tho manager, who ex- plained that all the porters and hall men are thoroughly drilled and in- structed in the work by two members of the Metropolitan firo brigade, who are in the company's employ. There are several d.il s every month, and pri/es are givon twice a year to those men who prove themselves most olli- cient. ••Are thoy ever s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 31 May 1892

THE DAILY TIMES I8SUK0 EVERY MOUSING BY VELA8C0TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIIE DAliliAS TltOITII.K. MILLIONS OF I'KOPERTT THREAT. V KVKI>. It may be that tin* officers who Tlii' HI ver Tlireateiihiyr to lti>< slime lis old lied. •. From Times building, corner Front and Houth Second Mtreet. aUBSCKI FT IO M kv cahkikks; rtlniii'- copy ') One week «•> One month One year- -<n advani't' $.>.00 iiv maii.: One year In ndvaiice $5.00 81* months. .. ;,.oo Three month . 2,00 , Allmilwicrtpllons will lie promptly attended to. within the walls of the Dallas jail llauks Faring, HuHdlin?* (rumldlnir, shot and wounded those outside. and tiring at random endangering the lives oí innocent passers-by, were acting strictly within the le- gal hounds of the statute, but un- der all the c i rcu instances we ously doubt either their discretion or their legal right. They were safe with their prisoner, a filthy burly negro who had slandered the lair name of a pure woman, brought into disgra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 31 May 1892

v ~>r • Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVKRV MOKNINti BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. Hit A/OKI.V BRKKZKS. VELASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: i.ka vi-: Houston 10:'10 imi Veli'seo :i: Hi |ini aiiuivk Velasco J:l."i pm Houston (. .".(i |>111 STEAMER W II. STEAD.MAN. 7 (I cluck 111 " 8 o'clock 1 " !>:Vi .... I.kavk vki.ascu: i.ka v k ijuintana I1..II1. II 111. p 111. It. Ill p. 111. p. 111. ■I WARD, Captain. CHURCHES. ItAi'ilKT C: 111' i: •' 11 -Service 11 ii. ni, -Jit tiinl Jlli Snlilmtlis. Ri;v. W. E. Ty.ni>, I'ustor | Sunday school *;UU |i in every Siiiulay. K. S, Ulovkii. Secretary it ml Superintendent. 1 El'lscot'AI.:—Services every llrst ami fourth Salilmth at tlic Smith Inilldln^ ltKV. ltitinvN, Rector. Taiikknaci.k:—1st ami ;!il Sabbaths Rev. If. B. Unlike, Presbyterian; 2d ainl lili Sabbaths, Rev, W. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9:MO a. in.. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 31 May 1892

ONE ENJOYS Both tihe method and resulta when Syrup of ?ijgs is taken; it is pleasant and fefreshingto the taste, and acts Eintlyyct promptly on the Kidneys, iver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- tem effectually, dispels colds, head' aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro* duoed, pleasing to the taste and ac- ceptable to the stomach, Drorapt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, Its many excellent qualities com- mend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Svrup or Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bo ttlesby all leading drug- gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept uy substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 99 PIE If It Is made with Cottolene Instead of LARD, and the *io will be BETTER. Manufactured only by N. K. FAIRBANKS CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. PtMf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 June 1892

¿0 paila SitncEí. «DEEP WATER A FACT—HOT A PROMISE.' VOL. 1. VELASOO, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1.1892. NO. 149 & ARE OFFERING Cljoiee Faming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $18 per Acre. Terms easy. A REMARKABLE WATCH. It Does Not Injure It ko Turn the Key Klther Way. From time to timo thoro have ap- peared accounts of curious old watches, but I do not remember ever having seen an account of any suoh -as I am about to describe, states a writer in the Jeweler's Revievr. Many years ago I was engaged in business in a seaport town, and on this particular day there had arrived a ship with its crow which had been out some throe or four years. When the sailors had been paid otT they made the town i.uite lively, ana three sailors came into the shop who wore pretty full and malting lots of fun, Une of them asked if 1 bought old watches. I hesitated, and finally asked to see the article in question. He handed it to mo, saying...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 June 1892

np Í-f- THE DAILY TIMES ISSUKD EVKIty MOUSING JíV VELASCOTIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Tjmks building, corner Front and Houth (Second Htreet. SUBSCRIPTION. iiv CAiininr:*; Single i'opy r> . One week One month r*> ®n« year- in «(lvunce ¡m-00 nv MAII,: One vear In ailvuncf $."i.(K) Six month* 3.00 Three months All mibwrliitlotiH will I : promptly ntteiiileil to. Advertising:—Ha ten made known on application. All subscriptions and advertising must he paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will he received after (i o'clock p. in. Thk Daily Tim eh will 1>o found for sale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Entered at the post oiTlco at Yeltisco. Texas, as second class mail matte,- All communications should he add ret-r ed to Daily Timks, Velasco, Texas. Complaints are coining in in/in all sides that freights 011 eat tic and grain arc higher under the commission rate than formerly. Huntsville is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 June 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Delirious Strawberries for NlxMoiillis in 111e Voar. L. Winston, of Alvln offers tin* MitliielV Acclimated Strawbery LOCAL, ITEMS. ^ III. 1'lfOFESSIONAI. CAltDS. ABSOLUTE!^ PURE plants «I the in! at A1 v i u: 1,(HM by c: pre inn I v mail Plants ready I'it i it. I'll is vj eailllot bo StlCe out ¡o .litlv <-; well when i, v>\\ 5nprices f. o. b. Charlie's o'clock. ('nop House; coffee DENTISTS. ?2.50 'i si THE DAILY TIMES iSSlKl EVERY MOUNT SU BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. VKI.ASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departurest'roi.i Vohtseo: I.KAVt: I A fllí I V K llonMon. .. . UNO ¡un j \'i-ln-i-n J 1 "i |.i > Velm-co. 10 } im ¡ Hointon. .. . t.; .ii |'h. STEAM Kit '.V. 1!. ST EA OMAN. i.kavk VKI.ascii: 7 o «•!< < k .ii. in. 10 •' ' .. .. :• 1,1. s " 1' 111- . I.KAVK ql'IV! ANA : 8 o'clock . ii. in 1 " p. in. 5:15 11. in. .1 w a l{|). < ji|>ta:ii. CHURCHES. Baptist Ciiiucii :—Si'i'vJ-cii II n. in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 1 June 1892

FOB THE BOYS AND GIBLS. INSTRUCTIVE READINO FOR OUR BRIGHT YOUNG PEOPLE. Soma bhort Anécdotas and Inter- mitir.* Miscellany that Will Ba of Intareat and Inatruo- ' tlon to tha Young. A Baar In tha Camp. I retired one nighc at 10.10, hoping to get a good night's rest. We were camping among willows, and had a good tire, but my peaceful slumbers were soon disturbed. At midnight one of my companions, James, gave a tremendous shout and then called out —"Bear! bear in the camp!" How quickly I threw off my blanket and oilcloth, and sprang to my feet; and how horrified I was to see an angry bear wagging his head within a few feet of us! "Don't be frightened, "said James, "he'll pick up something and go off again." And so ha did; he seized a blanket and ran away. But ho did not forsake us; in a few seconds ho discovered that lie had not taken anything to eat, and came back again, ond began chasing us round the fire, first one way and then the other. ' One of my friends, Henry, by some means ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 June 1892

J 2- ¿0 Pílilíl "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE.' VOL.1. VELASCO, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 3.1892. NO. 151 Sb A.R.E3 OKF'EJR.IN'a- Cljoiee Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $18 per Acre. Terms easy. BENEATH THE CAPITOL. TOUR OF THE SUBTERRANEAN PASSAGES. The Crelpt Which Was tiailt for Waph- injftoil's Hunt—MII«m of Iron Pipes and the Great Ventilating Apparatus. Descending /rom the outside region of bright sunshine into the cavornous depths and subterraneous ramifications •of the vast region beneath the great white Capitol building, as a Washing ton Post reporter did, is In some re- spects like entering the immense un- derground caves pictured in tho tiction of the ancients. Tho average visitor in passing ovor tho tiled floors of tho aboveground portion of the capítol has little conception of tho vastness of tho region of perpetual gaslight bolow and the many interesting sights to be seen down there. The reporter e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 June 1892

THE DAILY TIMES íjo.-" ■ - ISSI E1 EVERY MOKNINO I V VELASCOTIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. From Timks building, corner Krotil ami South Second «treet. KUHSCKI 1 'TION. «V < AKKIK.IH; .iiiiKif copy. .. (•■•lit*. 'ill One week One month. One year- -in advan< ■ BV M.Ml.: One year in advance £•"> < > Six months Three months All MiiliKcriiitioiiK will lie prompt!)' attended to. Advektihino:—HiUoh i m Ic known on application. All «ubscriptloiiH and advertising iriUHt be paid weekly. Foreign and transient ad- vertisements in advance. No devia- tion from this rule. No advertise- ment will be received after (1 o'clock p. in. Tiik Daii.v Tim km will lie found for sale on all trains, boats and by all news dealers. Filtered at the post office at Velasco. Texas, as second class mail matte,- A II communications should be add resr t;d to Daily Times, Velasco, Texas. Decoration day .May .'50 was generally observed throughout ¡ the cauntry. At Rochester N- Y., there were 250,000 persons re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 June 1892

Vi Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOU/IEiy PURE THE DAILY TIMES ISSUED EVKRY MORNING BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMJPANY. TIME TABLE. VELASCO TERMINAL. Arrivals and departures from Velaseo: i I.KA V K | A It It I V K Houston 10:40 am Vclanpo . '¿:l.r> 11111 Velasco :i: 10 pill I Houston . jim STEAMER W. H. STEADMAN. 7 o clock. 10 " 5 I.KAVK VKI.ASCo: i.kavk (j lit nt as a : 8 o'clock. 1 " 5:45 ii. iii. ii iii. I' >11. II. Ill 1>. iii. 1>. 111. J WARD. Captain. CHURCHES. Bactikt Cui'KCHService 11 u. in, '2d ami 4th Siitibathe. Rev. W. E. Tynf.s, Pastor Sunday school 3:00 p. in. every Sunday. K. S, Gi.ovkr, Secretary and Superintendent. Episcopal:—Services every first and fourth Kahhath at the Smith building Rkv. Brown, Rector. Tabekkaclk:—1st and 3d Sabbaths Rev. it. B. Hodge, Presbyterian; 2d and 4th Sabbaths, Rev, W. T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9:30 a. in,. 0. M. Palillo, .superintendent: Goo. Moore, secretary. Christia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 3 June 1892

HOME AND FOREIGN. Gleanings fiom Crime's Ca'endar Served to t'uit the General Rush. SERIOUS AND StNSATlONAL SORTINGS. Cable riaibci from Foreign Shore* Bile With Lai« New* ol Nú- liona) moment* .lames It. O-good, the book pub- lisher. is dead. 1 i.o New York factory labor bill has become u law. Circloville. <).. has been badly dam- aged by a cyclone. Women will hereafter be admitted to Tuft's colloge, at líos ton. Jay Kam a gunsmith. committed suicide at Memphis recently. Free silver has been finally shelved lor the session by the house. Not since 1861 has tbo Des Moines river been so high as this spring. A little girl at Steele City. Neb., was made deaf by a bomb explosion. Mrs. Pullman, wife of the paiace car man, died a few days ago at Haiti- more. Elmer Nunnelly had his right leg ground off by a train at Nashville. Tenn. Two women have been indicted for horse stealing iu Nelson county, Vir- ginia. Costa Rica is willing to take the pau- per immigrants rejected by the United St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 4 June 1892

Uelíiéca faite ©toteé. "DEEP WATER A FACT—NOT A PROMISE." VOL.t. VELASCO. TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 4.1892. NO. 152 is A.K.E OFFERING Cljoiee Farming Land ON LINE OF VELASCO TERMINAL RAILROAD In Ten, Twenty, Forty and Eighty Acre Tracts at $1B per Acre. Terms easy. THE REASON WHY. "Why don't 1 never {fit married? Wal, thar's reasons an' reasons, an theu I never did think much o'marriago— Let alone my opinion o' men. They're a pore sort o' critter—the bilin". Thar's a few I allow's fit tor live; But fer makin' the run, I jes' wonder That their Maker Himself kin forgive. An' marriage is mostly jes' mis'ry An' trouble an' struggle au' strife. Read the papers if you'd git a uotion What it is to be hitched up for life! Land o' Goshen, I'm glad I ain't in it? Thar ain't no man I ever oboyed; An' when I hear tell o' divorces, I'm proud lo be culled an' "old maid." I alius fought shy o' the men-folks: An' to stick down to sober, straight fact, I must own that they none on 'em never — Ez...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 4 June 1892

THE DAILY TIMES < Ol'.NTIlY ROADS. l «sl)KI> EVKItY KVKNISO HY VELASCOTIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. Krom Tim km building, and Holitli Second ntreet. Kront 15 .vi S-'i.lKJ (VIltN. suhsck1 1 'tii >n HV CAItlllKi: ; álllKlf copy. .. Onu wot'lt One miiiitU Out' vi'ur- -<n h'Iviiim'o by ma ll.: One year In iuIvihh'i1 ?.>.(*! Six liiuntliN ;f,*> Three months -■ '*1 All HiibfM'iiptloiis will l«f prompi:y alteinleil I". Country roads should be the tliciix' oí our county commission ers fit every meeting of their body, the tlif*ii)'* ol'every voter in every precinct in the county. It should In- tie' popular every day tliem of the business man in the city and country, and most assured!y coun- try roads should lie the coutiir:<'d theme of the farmers. It makes our heart sick to see two mules or horses here scourged under a load that one mule or horse could draw very readily over any road -■ - — in lhirope. In lielgiuii, a dog Aovkktisino:—Hatos mude knowji . , . . . on applicat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 4 June 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOUSTELY PURE THE IfllLY TIMES 18SUKI) EVERY MO KM NO BY VELASCO TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. TIME TABLE. VEl.ASCO TERMINA!.. Arrivals and departures from Velasco: i.k.wk i akr1vf. Ilou.sloii .. 10:10 ¡mi Velasen '¿15 |tlll VeliiKco. . . . :i:10 pill | IIollKton t.:5" • n STEAMER W. H. STKADMAN. 7 o clock. 10 1.kavk vki.asco : it. in. ; it m. I a " p. ni. i i.kavk yr int an a : 8 o'clock . II. Ill ; 1 " 1>- "I- ; 5:45 . p. m. , J WAKO. Captain. I CHURCHEB. baI'TIst Cunten Service 11 a. m, lid ami 4th Sabbath*. Rkv. W. E. Tynkh, Pastor Sunday school ,"!:U0 p in every Sunday. K. S, isi.oVKk, Secretary and Superintendent. KimsciI'AI.:—Services every first and fourth Hnlilmlli at tile Smith hililiillitr. Rkv. Uuown, Rector. Tahkiinaci.k:—1st and 3d Sabbaths Rev. i!. b. Hodge, Presbyterian; 2d and 4th Sabbaths, Rev, \V, T. Keith, Methodist. Sunday school at 9::i0 a. in,. C. M. Pntillo, siiperiutendent: Geo. Moore, sec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Velasco Daily Times — 4 June 1892

THE SWEETEST THING. What are the sweetest things of eqrtht Lips that can praise a rival's worth; A fragrant rose that hides oo thorn; Kletaes of gold untouched by scorn. A happy little child «sleep ; Eyes that can smile though they may weep A brother's cheer, a father's praise; The minstrelsy of summer days. A heart where anger never burns; A gift that looks for no returns. Wrong's overthrown; pain's swift release: Dark footsteps guided into peace. The light of love In lover's eyes; Age that is young as well as wise, A mother's kiss, a baby's mirth — These are the sweetest things of earth. —Mankind. HE WAS A BR0N80X. The first thine I clearly ratnombor (vas hearing my father declare that ho would kill Sam Olney. We lived in Virginia, far from any town. Bo- tween our family and tho Oineys there existed a deadly feud, and though I could not even after hearing my fathor's declaratioa comprehend tho full significance of the throat, yet 1 went to bed in an uneasy state of mind that night...

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