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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 4 February 1892

THE VELflSCO TIMES. GOODMAN i MCFPRLAND BROS. From WimIih kiIuj '« Daily, THE CALCIUM TURNEO ON THE STACY CLARK And the Streets of the City of Velas co are no Longer in Darkness. Finishes Discharglni Her Cargo of 400,- 000 Feet of Lumber. BRYAN <fc ROBBINS, A A good many ladies and two or three families ctuue in last night. j |.ast night at exactly a quarter to The Irame work of the Flrut Baptist seveu a Times representative by spe* ohurch building 011 Avenue ('. is up cial request, repaired and the building will soon be com- pleted. Messrs. L. A. Abbott and F. W. Tibbett went up to Angieton yester- day to show some prospecttors some acreage property. to the engine room of the Velasco Electric I.i^ht company where he found already as- sembled Mr. K. W. Clark who repre- sents the Western Electric Light com- pany and Engineer .1. L. Bennett, Dick Clinton first asst., Lee Bright- man electrician, and Mr. Deger ac- Yesterday evening a Ti m ks reí tott- er received an invitation to Ik...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 4 February 1892

"3 si í#^t.uC0ME <c --^^T 0@5^p~ The Future Great City We urge you to carefully think over WHAT DEEP WATER MEANS To the Great West. By Deep Water we mean an ocean roadway into a port that will admit without danger, delay or lighterage the Merchant Marine which car- ries all needed and possible commerce. A roadway which will float our surplus out and all desired commodities back as cheaply as the port of New Y ok. At that port at low tide they have 23h feet of water and at high tide 29k feet of water. ★ * co^ERCIAL mmmrnt mmwh ww ww eelílíeeeeee w w ekkneeeee w w ee e w w w w wv ee e w ee15eeekiíé v 10heeekheeh ee.,.,fe ee e llll a sssssss ll aa sssssssss ll aaa ss s ll a a a a ss ll aaaaaaa ss ll l aa aa s ss lllllllll aa aa sssssssss llllllllll aaa a aaa a sssssss cceccccc cccccccccc cc c cc cc c!c cccccccccc cccccccc ooooo ooooooo go <)() oo oo oo oo oo oo ooooooo ooooo X !!!!!!!!!! r v- * « .♦ * ®ÍIíESS I Or the South offer such inducements to the home-seeker, the business ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 4 February 1892

V * GOODMAN J MCFPRLflND BROS. THE VELASGO TIMES. ! BOUND FOR EUROPE 816 Fottunas are mads in the Real Estate Business. -^ The Opportunity of" a life Time TEXAS LAND AND TRUST COMPANY, ORGANIZED UNDER THK LAWS OF TEXAS, OFFERS FOR SALE $50.000 OF STOCK AT PAR! A EUROPEAN LINE OF VESSELS FOR VELASCO. MENTION THE TIMES. Any person receiving a copy of thin paper, will do tho proprietors a favor by mentioning Thk Timks in writing to advertisers or the Brazos River GustavWilke Resigns as Receiver Channel and Dock company. Thk Times is working hard for Velascoand wants what credit it deserves—Thk Timks will answer all letters prompt- ly and turnisli all iml'ormation it can about the future metropolis of Texas Mention Tiik Timks in your correspon- dence toVelasco property owners. of the Dock Company and Leaves for New York to Sail Thence for Europe Notes. VELASCO'S ARTESIAN WELL. H<<IIKI<H1 I'ost, (¡iistave Wilke, who lias been an ollicer in tlio Brazos river syndicate, lias just ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 4 February 1892

" ?!'4 • ¡I "DFKl* WATKU A FACT--NOT A PBOMIKK" , .,-. . 1 - ■ -ir ' -T USB •- ■¡■i" . £- **"t *- N'V-"I V": ¡ÉSB1F ■p" ír v1-* í PP^tSWpwpjpP •■• %" lf 4¡fr j#^I¡'SÍJ1 ~ r í3 J *T • "T 1 lS,JiLS^:A^p¡r£j fclfeÉM m ;■-■■ I. t« H Vf# 1• i, 1 mmmz ' «¡i r- a Sffr'H J V • - <#■: • . - . te - •* jL'* wEF'- .•: • •¡t'^fwnwk . •.■ • . !%s IP&v. fiÍF|: " "sr t /> %¡i ',¿... -i' r¿-t£.l¡g®j HOUSTON 7 *!■? _ --j m&amP30®K¡ Wéás¿s¿mz BIRDS EYE VIEW OF THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY, Notice to Building Contractors. IN CONFIDENCE. Hula for Surf Sido Hotel at VoIuhco, 1 Tttxtis, will be revolved and opened February 10th. The plans and sped- ' filiations may be 8eeu at the ottlve of the llra/.os lUver Channel and Dock company in Velasco, February 5th, instant. The buildings will have 150 rooms, must be commenced ut once and finished within ninety (1)0) days. Bids will bo received for each depart- ment of the work, or for the entire house. For further particula...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 February 1892

•*mr- - — T i I W■' "*** • i jL/ - ■ • ■ >" * A Wasco VOL. 1. 44Deep Water a. Fact*--Not a Promise." VELASCO, BRAZORIA CO., TEXAS, THlllSOAY, FEBRUARY II. 1892. NO. 21* A Something of its Uses and Its Advantages. Some Reasons Why the Men In Hous ton Engaged In the Buying and Selllngof Rerl Estate Should Organize. Houston PdHt. Shall we have a real estate ex- change in Houston? Would it be an improvement upon the present plan of handling real estate? > Where would it be a benefit? Who is interested in its establishment? Could it be maintained? How can we go about starting it? These are questions which have been many times asked and vari- ously answered within the past few weeks. A real estate exchange is composed of a number of men associated together under the gov- ernment of rules and regulations, for the purpose of systematizing and facilitating the purchase and and sale of real estate, and of en- larging and aggregate oí said pur- chases and sales in the city where the exch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 February 1892

THE VELA8C0 TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN I M-FARLAND BROS. A WORD OF AVICE. Suppose young man you listen to this word of advice and fol- low it: Don't indulge in any more than one business, but know it thor- Mppllaatlon has b*«n mad* to ant*K m. Tim., oughly, and let its minuteHt details at h« Po.tofd.. in v.ia.ao, T.xaa, a. j recoivo your personal attention. aaaond .la., mall matl.v- ! v — — . Concentrate all your energies in a advertising rates. settled determination to conquer One Inch One Ikhuc $l.oo¡ guccess, and don't fail to be self reliant. Don't be spreading your St. Valentine's day will soon be here. PUBLIC SCHOOL. Velasco will . supply the worl<i with dressed beef. One Inch One Month 2.00 Two InclieH One Month 4.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six InchüH One Month 10.00 The great Stockmen's conven- tion is coming to Velasco March 10th. council all around town but tend strictly to business; never dab- rates of subsciption. I anything foreign to it. Cur- One Ye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 February 1892

H. SHAPARD. ESTABLISHED 1873. H. STEVENS. X SPTOD, STEYE1)S % 0Q., REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Unimproved Farming Lands a Specialty. Fifteen Thousand Acres for Sale on Line of New Rail Road. J. H. SHAPARI), President. D. F. ROWE, Secretary. —InoorporkUd' HENNELL STEVENS, Treasurer. The Brazoria CountyAbstractC o. CAPITAL ITOOK, «51,000. PIW< M * J. H. SHAPARD, HENNELL STEVENS, F. W. STEVENS, O. F. HOWE. H. D BROOKE. W« Cfmplla AbatvMti or Vltla *® Lienda County. Parfaot Tltlaa, pay Texaa «na Mt •• for Mon-Raaldanta. Narfotl ta Losna on arty Without Daley, at IiOwaat R «aa. We desire to call tlie especial attention of the public to the fact that our Abstract Books contain all the record properly adju- dicated, and we will correct, revise and add to any Abstract made by any person or persons delivering Abstracts of title to lands in Brazoria County. ffjrWe have but one fee card Helmet Capable of Resitting an Mona Pressure. Eaor* DAN6ER0US UNDERTAKING. "ionia and it is fatal in the major- i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 February 1892

THE VELA8C0 TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATIIROAY. GOODMAN S MWLAND BROS. Application Has b««n mad* to antcr th« Timas at tha Postotfia* In Valaaao, Taxaa, as aasond «lass mall mati* . ADVERTISING RATES. One Iuch One Issue $ 1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month - .00 Four Inches One Mouth 7.00 Six Inches Oue Month 10.00 The Commissioners Court of THE JUNKETING COMMISSIONER Brazoria county met yesterday at i ■ ■. .. Brazoria. One of the most impor-j o. ccravi, in duv taut questions before theui is the Austin, Texas, Jan. 23.—Chair- road question. They should see man Reagan and wife left for a that Brazoria county roads are put I tour through Mexico in company in first-class condition and that new roads that the rapid develop- ment of the county has made nee- eessary, be opened and put in first class condition at once. The Quintana Times with Joe H. Buck and W. II. Harris at tlie helm is now oue of the best week- ly papers in the State. Both are steady, valuable young men whom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 February 1892

THE VELflSCO TIMES. GOODMAN I MCFPRLAND BROS. "Í From Tuoilay'ti 1) ily, D. J May of Galvesvon, is prospect- ing iu the oity. T. B. (Jale, one of the lead lug busi- ness uieu of Columbia, is in the city. Dr. Weislgor, Quarantine Oftlcerat Quiutaua, was in the city yesterday. Elmer Lauiaine, of Kansas CUy, is iu the city looking up our future pros- pects. M. J. and A. S. Vaudervoor.of Hous- ton, Texas, are registered at the Ve- lasco. E. V. (iusteudal, of New Orleans, is i in theeity and is quartered at ihellotel Velasoo. Hal Runnels was up yesterday f oui Quintana viewing the sights of the metropolis. Eugene J. Wilson, of llra/.^ria., vume in last night and is stopping at tl'e Hotel Velasco. C. U. Sehoeler, the popular jewelr, , was down. viewing the sights of Quiu- laua yesterday. L. C. Wall, of the real estate Hrm of Wall & Norfieet, has gone to Houston on a business visit. , D. M. Fettennan, of Do. rolt, Mlchi-, gan, is viewing the sights of thé won- derful seaport city. J. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 February 1892

A BRAZORIAN MIDNIGHT. 'The railti flout* utT-tlic crescent moon Holds In its cup h round of dunk Like palm buds In the mouth of June Just breaking, thro' their vernal hunk. Night blooming agua vos fill the sheaf To catch the light distilled in showers Till overflowing eup and leaf The cluster breaks in midnight flower*. A sensuous stllliK'MH north and Nouth, And u st mid wont—and JuNt us sweet Ah «eed of pomegraulte in the mouth Or kisses when young lover* meet.— Break* in a low sweet undertone Like brooks that grieve thro' beds of fern. An if by curve and i>ebhlc stone The moon had «pilled her «liver urn. Itlch warmth and life. All* and ripe.* The flower* and fruit* to wanton u«e, It blow* the rushes «lender pipe* And round* the purple fig with Juice Like merchant* breaking kid* of 'nnrd Or jar* of olive*, iie*ert born, Pineapple* lift their prickly «hard And «how the Need* of fragrant corn. Mke Hebrew maid* the citron* hold* Their pitcher* to the vapor spring. Aud till the holl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 February 1892

THE VELASCO TIMES. TV Mm bill* GOODMAN 5 MCFORLOND BOOS. Kruut Suudtiy'k Daily. PKKSONAL MENTION, > From Saturday's Daily. Perry Reese shipped a lot of beef cattle from the uiouth of the river Tuesday to Galveston on the White- water. J. C. Johnson, agent has just re- ceived a car of lime and three cars ol grain and hay. The Knights of Pythias residiug here met yesterday at hewin Plukett's office and decided to send for their withdrawal cards and organize a lodge in Velasco. It is reported that a company will be formed this month to build a large hotel on some of the lots near Kahn's store. Ten wagon loads of i migrant left Tarrant and adjoining counties this wfek for Brazoria county. Mrs. Brinktnan and family arrived last night from central Texas and went down to Quiutana to visit her sister Mrs. E. E. Jbnkins. The contract for erecting the Ileal Estate Association's threo story brick building will be let on the 15th. The house will be 27x70 feet in size and will be located at t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 11 February 1892

Ü . iMaBKíw MamamiiuKiM-uMt' "irr$VT*"^:^r lw" "DFKP WATER A FACT--NOT A PROM IKE." IfeMIHW hpt' |w¡^ritr ..«■■■ b iw SSTiS# ¿T^lprj "ü^hi' r-: i |wmbm«ííiw^^ ;&1ife!j#É| •"'¿^'Vrí'-- S : ■% M*.. ;• ^P¿F!¡|%iAfÉ', CEÍg.^'i.mT"r''!|r^ ¡ij . ■ : ■■ , •.*>. .-'■'"i■ **■-:- „' .. ... ..- ... ^ % . ",- -JS&*'. E ¿i- Wwé •.. .fe, bbl:4;sa :¡bb ilill KjUwH i illjipp ■ra«ín§ÍPM - -¿./ .. y..-' i ,.vvX-" ';-íh¿ • . ■«18 rj.—. r Lli M ii> PS 'ül . - i- ' V1 ¡iMífer-:!:!-/. • "i'Sjjjj' ssliLf: Jr ¿r ' PnsiHI KsB^s HOUSTON nr j ]JT'A,T' BIRDS EYE VIEW OF TUE MOÜTII OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY t r VELASCO'S PUBLIC SCHOOLS. \aa town is judged by the outside world by its schools and churches u Times reporter Investigated the schools of this city. A few months a^o Mrs. Stull an energetic lady started in to open a school. By hard work she secured a few scholars, and a building was erected by subscrip- tion to be used for school and church purposes. The seats and furnitu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 February 1892

VOL. 1. "Deep Water a Fact^-Not a Promise." VELASCO, BKAZOIA CO., TEXAS, THUIÍ8DAY, FEBRUARY 18. 1892. ■ NO. 23 ALL EYES ON VELASCO. resented the Kansas City stock yards, and when asked if a refrig- j erator in the south would injure j tal his interests in Kansas City, he The Young Giant and Deep Water j replied. „No 8ir? r dtíü,t thiuk it | Port of Texas. will. As the country grows the business grows also. At any rate ¡ Capitalists Altala*, t. get I. .n lh. Gro.sd ," Kansas City Stockyards com. I pany does not require me to be so j selfish as-to throw an obstacle in the way of progress. The stock- men of Texas are fully alive to their interests and realize the im- portance of having their cattle ¡ packed and refrigerated in their lhe charter lor the \ eluscoand ()WU aMci j earnestly believe I that the time is near at hand when some experienced refrigerating company will receive the hearty co-operation of the stockmen of Texas and locate a great plant at state is on the increase, su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 February 1892

"'ri'WHy^y THE VELA8G0 TIMES. IV PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN i H-FflRLflND BROS. Application has bean mad* to antar tha Timaa at tha Poatoffiaa in Valaaao, Taxaa, aa ■aaond alaaa mall matia*. GARZA'S GALL. He Writes to President Harrison and Arpes a Point, ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 arms in tyranny that lias asserted itself as necessary, indefinite and perpetual, scandalotiHly breaking all repuolican principles and vot- ing with untold brazenness one, two three or more articles of our constitution of 18/57. Your obli- gation, on account oí the neigh- ~ ; borhood, anrf.by the international FANTASTIC AND IMAGINARY,1 law does not, according to my I view, go to the. extreme to which you have now carried it, due per- OUR ARTESIAN WATER some subsidized newspapers, in- Two inches One Month -t.oo ¡ As Well as Laughable, are the i „ *1 4 *• 4 Four luches One Month 7.00 thp Fv«nt« nn thn Rnrrior baps to the misrepresentations to Six inches One. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 February 1892

J. H* SHAPARD. ESTABLISHED 1873. M, STEVE* 8PTOD, STEYE1)S 3; 60., Origin of The Lone Star. „ _ a A GEORIA BELLE CONCEIVED V REAL ESTATE Au-ENTS. the NEW FAMOUS EMBLEM. Unimproved Farming Lands a Specialty. Fifteen Thousand Acres for Sale on Line of New Rail Road. J. H. BHAPARP, President. 1). V. HOWE, Secretary. - X noorporutad* The Story a* Told to Director Slos- HENNKLL STEVKNS, ,ha _ „„„ WhMt . Treasurer ®on of the Texas wheeled Bxhlbit. The Brazoria County AbstractCo. CAPITAL STOCK, 051,000. D i reotora t J. H. 8HAPAR0, HENNELL STEVENS, F. W. 8TEVEN8, D. F. ROWE. H. D BROOKE. We Compile Abitvaoti or Title to liands in BnibovIs County. Pevfeot Titles, pay Taxea and aot mm Abanta for NoifRealdonta. Negotiate Loan on Rani Prop- erty Without Oalay, at Lowoat Hatea. We ilesire to call the especial attention of the public to the fact that our Abstract Books contain all the record properly adju- dicated, and we will correct, revise and add to any Abstract made by any person or persons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 February 1892

THE VELASCO TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN i M'FARUND BROS. Application has baan mada to anta* tha Tima at tha Poatoftlaa In Valasao, Taxas, aa aaaond alaaa mall matla*. advertising rate8. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month -1.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCIPTIOÑ. One Year $2.00 Six Mouths 1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy 5 The qem optTTeco ast. Fort Worth Uazi't*' October 28tli: Tiik Vki.ah co Timkh 1h tb<* ««'in ol tno coaRt. Elidit (iukch, All home print, full of ihíwh atl'l ur bright and rcfrutthliiK ith the Rtilf water*. Tiik Timkh Iiiir a fine plant, 1r edited by Ooodman A McFarlauil llroR,.iiiiiI flouth on Ur nuiRt-liead "Deep water act—not a promise. Sihtchh to Tiik Timkh. STATE EXCHANGES. What the Papers Over Texas are Talka§ ¡ About—The Times has a Chat With its Numerous Contemporaries. A Voice Front Veteo. AROUND TOWN. 0. W. CRAWFORD TALKS ABOUT REAL ESTATE—HIS MISSION. Mr. Crawford W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 February 1892

p ,, ' •>- . W' THE VELflSCO TIMES. y GOODMAN i MCFfRUND BROS. From Tucbcuv k I>uily, Alex. Roseufield, of Houston, is in Velasco to-day. Jas. Goldman, of Houston, arrived in the city last night. P. M. Mourns, of Chicago, is in the Texas deep water port. II. C). Dowd, of New York is reg- istered at ihe Hotel Velasco. P S. Coleman, of Fort Worth Is in welcome visitor to the city to-day. Percy Levy, of New York, came in A. O. Dickason, of Hiawatha, Kan., of whom Thk Times made mention a few days since, returned this morning' to his home at that place He will re- : turn to Velasco as soon as he gets iiis business interests in that place in good shape. He expressed himself gratified with with our prospects and made investments here. Mr. 1). A.Clouthier, the genial man- ager of the Velasco Commission com- pany will leave here in a few days I for a tour through New Mexico and i West Texas, in the interest of Ye- 1 lasco. He will visit all the principal naval shipping points and will...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 February 1892

A \ Of tlit The financial Brazoria County by of Iu tlic course of bur investiga- tion, notwithstanding the conrte- ohm assistance oí others we found much to hinder and retard our work much of which can be trillion of the county affairs would not have exlstsd. Your committer was brought face to Í4oe with the stern fact of¡¡ the vital importance of tin- am! SfilJ day of INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE. Appointed by the District Judge at the Last Session of of the District Court. When district court met at Brazoria, January 1,1h02, a Times reporter was on hand and did everything in his power to secure a copy of the report made b> the tlnunce committee appointed at the previous term of the district court, hut lie failed to get a. copy. District Clerk LeRibens was writ- summed up iu one word to-wit: commissioners'court in the proper bad book-keeping. or improper management of the The lack of systemniatie book- county finances. With painstak- keepirg and the entire absence— ¡ ing, faithlul and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 February 1892

y Vt / > [HE VELASCQ TIMES. | í GOODMAN I MCFPRLSND BROS. ¡ Krom St.i'inl.iv's l>;iily. S. F. Cottle, of Reaumout, is in the ¡ city on business. J. A. Hell, of Lakr ¡':i arles, La., ij stopping in the city. All. I'atiilo paid Rraxorla a busi- ness visit yesterday. 8. P. Late, of Waco, is down pros- awl will probably invest, G. L. Dupuey, ot Garland, is view- ing the sights of Velaseo. T. E. Howell returned l.<st night I from a business visit ts Houston. H.M.Ellis, of the Alamo City, is I registered at the Hotel Velaseo. A. Larra bee, a representative of San Antonio, is stopping in the city. E. M. lyrause, of R razona is in the city looking after business matters. A. K. Sharp, a Houstonian came in last night on the steamer Hiawatha. Hal Runnels, ot Quintana, eamo up last night to participate in the enter- tainment. Ed it. Krone came down last night from San Marcos, to view the deep water city. S. 1$. Mills, ot Fort Smith, Ark., is here viewing the prospects of the deep water...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 18 February 1892

«rifara* rnmiwMám* THE VELASCO TIMES IS THE LEADING REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEEP WATER PORT HI ■ m "DFEP WATEH A FACT—NOT A PROMISE.' , * «1 ■ . r '-«j ■Ft ' i ■ • * ¡S fill • •-. • ;; iiSiSi! 'i p. v •''i / n ! tó'.Y.J , ÍJ , ■ , i - -• Él IJ 1 1 !>' , , '"r„ !? 'i "• r jj wltiV', X ialidliii i- BiW Pili . X3iS_' 4!. : =.*S • t r:;-.-r—S:- ■■L i W l'Ü :'=.; M^qrSfeV J: ' . Iiw j;'j j:;;f•: "ij"'" j: •S fcinHJfflHV i#''" . •=!•;* . i .- .1¿ , T ,• ■1 ■ < -j 4^*.i\ HOUSTON &5 m wá-TC BIRDS EYE VIEW OF THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY X lie tunn nev*|«{/CU ItlfcO S A1© jHiqHL l\ tew | minute before 8 o'clock and exhorted for half an hour, selecting as her text Luke xiv, 10. In appearance «he is very ' striking, having a full, round face, about which her pretty golden hair hangs looHely.—Louisville Courier-Journal. .% Chuñen for Young Won.ell Mbrnttlitft. : Anxious to develop creative, no less | than executive, talent in America, Mrs. ' Thurber otters prize...

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