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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 February 1892

\ \ Ikhm VOL. 1. "Deep Water a Pact—Not a Promise." VELA SCO, HI? AZOTA CO., TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUAKY 25. 1892. NO. 24 IS WITH OS. i$ hnuallji Lost b the Farmers of the Trans-Mississippi, i *" j VELASCO THE WESTERN HOPE EJevators, Compresses. Refriger- ating Establishment and Pack. ! eries Being Constructed- Omuhii lie '. So much has been said con- cerning a deep water harbor on the coast of Texas, and its attend- ant beneficial results to all the great interests of trans-Mississip- pi country, that there are but few business men in all this great sec- tion who have not, ¡it least, u gen- eral idea of the benelits which such an harbor would assure to them. The average man, however has not given this matter that careful thought which enters into details and he is therefore not pre- pared to hear the statement made that such an harbor on the Texas coast, deep enough to float ves- sels which usually engage in the grain trade with foreign countries, would have saved the farmers of the ...

Publication Title: Velasco Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 February 1892

' V. Vr' ■ Tin • 1 .v.""':," THE VELA8G0 TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN X M-FARUND BROS. ■aaond •!•* mail motior Cleveland's Strength. mai'oii (tieortcU) Tfleicruiih The reception accorded Mr Clevelaud in Atlanta was evidence of the stronghold he has upon the people, of this section. His com- Appiioation has beer* made to «nt«r* Timti . , . „ x •t th. Postoffiee ¡n To««. .. '*>K W"8 kllOWn l,llt U llOUIS before and his stay was limited to a flew minutes, yei, thousands of enthusiastic peo^'e met him,' and ideas which Cleveland represents vill triumph in the convention. They must triumph, or, in our POLITICAL P0INTET8. than one and particularly in the one direction that many an older man than he would be glad to have the same good fortune, tHt is, he Governor Hogg saw the hand- .opinion, the party will have little writing on the wall and ( filled the I chances of suscess in the ensuing extra session. As the lifile boy is lucky in not offending people election. would say,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 February 1892

-"3 y f 1/ BLOO.MFIELI HAVEN. VISIT TO WASHINGTON'S KC.PUGE IN NEW JERSEY It I Su|i|><i eil Tiiut t.iu (>1 oiiiic I Mglil of thu lluro'* l.ifti Wmm I'aitKCti In That Oui'it «)li| litillillng lii the .lorMiy VII Inge |Copyri>{hl, is'.'". Uy Ainui'icuu I'!*«•«* AmuicIu- liuu.l "That, «ir, is the Washington tions«. It' where General Washington stopped once during tiie Revolutionary war." Such was t lie answer that 1 received to an inquiry that 1 made about an old stono house standing on a neglected cor ner, jtlHt westof theold New Jersey town of Bloomticld My curiosity had lieen aroused by the contrast it made with the neat cottages with their closely shaven lawns and well kept shrubbery that hemmed it in on nearly every side v y to n ?L A >•;' tp.\ Tin*: <>(.r> norato in i¡M">mkii:i.i> It was a liij) Van Winkle ¡unid the gen- eration that had grown up since* he tell asle p. I felt that the decrepit old structure must have a history, and the answer to my i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 February 1892

— TI'E VELflSGO TIMES.! state exchanges. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN 8 TORLilND BR^ Application ho b«an mad* to antar tha Timaa •t tha Poatotfloa in Volhsoo, Taxaa, aa aaaond alaaa mail matiar. advertising rate8. Ono Inch One Ihsuu $1.00 One Inch One Month -.00 Two Inches One Month Four luches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10,00 "" RATES OF SUB8CIPTION. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 7"> Single Copy -r> the oem of the coast. Fort Worth Gazette October 28th: Tiik Vk.i.ax <:o Timf.h in the gem i>l the count. Klght pages, nil home print, full of new* and as bright ami refreshing as the gulf waters. Tub Times ha* a tine plant, M e<llteil by Goodman A MeFurland Bros,.and float on lie mast-hind "Deep water act—not a promise. Success to Tiik Timkh. Thk Times man yesterday hoard a gentleman remark that the "company" "were not doing anything" now. It is to be presum- ed that the gentleman had ref- erence to the Brazos liiver Chan- nel and Dock Co., at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 February 1892

Y THE VELA8G0 TIMES. GOODMAM J MCFJÍiLAND BROS. CONGRATULATIONS COMMISSION'S COURT REPORT. X- ) , * V From Tnesiiay's Daily. 11. L. Brown took a inn over the Velasco Terminal yes tori I ay for a bus&uess trip to Houston and Galvos- Uill. Ltnvis 11, Bryau and wife ¡eft yes-, terduy over the VelascaTerminal rail- way for a visit to friends in Breuham, Texas. I). M. Alible, a prominent lumber merchant of Houston and a brother • >t our Mr. G. W. Angle, is in the city enjoying the balmy breezes mid spend- ing a few days with bis relatives. A couple of men went to Ouintaua Sunday and proceeded to celebrate by getting on a big and boisterous drunk, j l hoy were both promptly arrested by deputy sheriff Wearns and placed iu the cblaboose, where they proceeded to make tilings hideous for several hours by unearthly yells. They were brought up here Monday and will have to explain matters to ('apt. Jack. Ed Fly, deputy sheriff of Aransas county arrived in the city yesterday over the Velas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 February 1892

— 1)1 c r tXfñ\ \mw. :::*m>m>- it m iM , . < iw\ m Churlo Wiltxin Peale. Jamen MhurploHH. Olllmrt, Stuart. WASHINGTON BOIIN DARK DAYS I.NUKKi). OUTNUMBERED BY FOES, CRITICISED BY FRItlMOS AND YET RESOLUTE. Proill I ho I )\ }irii)tl loll «>1 ClrouU lyn lo till) llhtnrir Night on tlio lloluwiiris YVji.hIi i tig! tut Sh '«l >3iuiy IVuiH, hut Nhvit DoNpiiim). After tile tit'ht misfortune of Ins «¡niia in till' UeVollltioil t.lly 11 (.1 Brooklyn --Washington «• 'aidisliod his 'i aidipiur tors at Kingriu-id ho small that lit' found the enemy elus lttg m upon Initt from every side ( 'on-' tfrem tllUll, by vote, left tile lute of the city in the hands of \V:i 11 i! i t n; i. and he culled ii council of war, at which it was decided that the evacuation of tlio city was necessary, and the movement was lieguii not a moment too soon. On the re- treat several of tlio companies of troops wero thrown into a panic hy the can- nonade from the ships of war, and Hhowed the most shameful ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 February 1892

—>i y —•—-i—vr-n--y " « 111— "wwiy —r ... - N/ / 1 ["HE VELflSCO TIMES. Ec|)iitilUhi' 1 by io(iuc*i. affections valentine. 1'ri'Ui ilio (l.i'vi Moil No - .if Kotmiary ISKS. ittmont stnooro wl.h V o> .ions illut Valentines , the buoyancy Sec!: '"ii (>.!(• k iiij i«* > love and I rut i Tlmiiii 'i all ihf t alio .1: A -e lt«' '(V f.rtHji'il Wltll l "lin'll of yuiitn, A.i'l all n'leciions pttr'ty eoii<loi>so.l in one short word; And treasure up (but sentiment, from itH'ecUon free, Secure fmm fan and and falsehood that custom dnth combino,' And With r«:ul tiiom'ry ehcrMi It. a sotivon'r •>r mo-— (ViVoTay of thought and '."coPui: in tílleoslo is ValiMttlno. GOODMAN I MCFPRLAND BROS. n i t rr i.. ..i. l'ro'n Sunday's Timos. The Schneider build1 > •* '« ,now it the hands of the painters, it w'd soon be completed. The Juscine took the régular run of the steamer Emily 1'. bet ween here and Quintana last night. \ Bradley (lamer, a prominent and su listan t< citizen o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 25 February 1892

ifo iTiMñiaififl • ,. .;■ «iflMMJPMMMMMHMMHPMMMMNMM THE VELASCO TIMES IS THE LEADING REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DEEP WATER PORT I hi "DFKP W ATE It A FACT- -NOT A PROMISE." p¡ ".if- SÍSf'iiif i áiii+'-üiiJ m ■PHPÍW-v^E nllf •• 4# % ' ■i^iSyflHB • •-*•n r ' • l*kikbs5!i -• ! Zr . i" r-"\ . ' .'"nr.'!!.".. - ■ :5fí¡ss-T'.* , , . «.* #£* I,; .J . •feú:¡v«¡i¡.'¡i • :.:: . i ¡ A'-*..-." *i . lí- "K T.' -inftii-: siSKíílt^s::i:s?.J?HÍI*}few« ítií«:: ¡PÜ1 ■19 iy9 Mjijllíí i® • •• ' IB, «pJQiM •r-JtiWr- .í**^ '-■niffi.i!liin",."*'■*!y. ISfSSlii " • * ■ . . ;. Li..' . - — -• • . :1 •" -■* - . . - *=- - " 'V' •. 1 ,rf;¡ iv. •, .: * -. ' •- -.i' -' i-• -:\i ' ' —y.v. - . . • . 1 • . v ; ■'.*> .•• ' •-> •: ;•_•■ v.1/ ' ;■ - ft.,, • ' jy|" ' ■Kir I «pi* ¡í4¡¡yii}i|||{i|i !.j^,.n||j|{{f|ijjhj;;fi : "lí*Í2MiÍÍÍi!Ísr**l§«5H*fll? '•"•feU-,;' M>üiA ixi J(S BIRDS EYE VIEW OF THE MOUTH OF THE BRAZOS JtlVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY r MARINE NOTES Gathered Along the 0~ck Mighty Brazos. led down the ri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 3 March 1892

: -TO-. ■. A VOL. 1. "Deep Water a Fact—Not ¿\ l'Vomise." VELASCO, BBAZOIA CO., TEXAS THURSDAY, MAlfCIl 4 1892. NO. 25 MERCER ON VELASGO nr Or fl CATTLEMAN'S OPINION GREAT DEEP WATER CITY. of individual effort. William 1). Leo and his associates looked the ground over and decided that by j"^jT. the bringing to boar of science and money a deep water harbor i was a reasonably certain result. ! Having the courage of their eon- THE VELASCO BALL- AN OLD LETTER. of the Northwestern Livestock .Imiriml. of t.'iii>y<• nn«.-. Wyoming. There is almost continual change in the conditions that surround n • and this comes about in lrirmony with some law oí' nature, or as the practical men of ¡iHairs won i say. "is caused by the necessities ol Lin' hour." Yel.ixco is ;i ne w •.t.::■ well risen iu the southern firmament. Half a year ago tile word w as only known by readers of early (Jnil history as 'he name of a bold Span-; ^ Ui. victions they invested two million dollars in the work before th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 3 March 1892

THE VELA8C0 TIMES. ii \ PUBLI8HE0 EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN 5 M-FARLAND BROS. GOVERNOR HOGG. Jlppllaatlan has baan mada to anta tha Tlmaa at tha Poatotllaa In Velasao, Taxaa, aa aaaond alaaa mall matla*. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month 4.00 Four luchen One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy 5 A temperature of 34 degrees be- low zero was recorded at Lyndon- ville, Vermont, recently. The directors of the Northern Pacific railway yesterday declared the regular quarterly dividend of 1 per cent on preferred stock. The delegates to the Ft. Worth city convention the other day, passed resolutions endorsing Mills for the senate. As a result, some of the anti-Mills papers are tear- ing their shirts clean up the back. The special car of the Aransas PasB officials arrived in the city yesterday over the Velasco Terminal with Re- ceiver B. F. Yoakum, and Gene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 3 March 1892

Y Y If DEEP WATER AT VELASCO. i WUB ,in appropriation at last, ill solids, of $*1,200,OC¡0, for the purpose of seeur- j lug deep water at the city of Galves- ton. R. B. Hubbard's Speech Be- t >u—besides containing the usual Hp- Philadelphia, We are uot only going: to have deep ¡ they make mistakes, not only in fact New York, Boston, but in prophesy. The point which I Portland, Norfolk, all great deep wa-1 water on our coasts, but we are going waut to impress upou you is that the ter seaports, and yet the couutry from i to have as good railroad facilities as fore the Omaha. Nebraska Trans-Mississippi Con- gress Held in No- vember 1891. (Reporto! by Otlii-liil Sti'iu> r«|)lH'r of Coniín-sH. ] propriations under the "ltiver and Harbor Bill." 1 was a member of the convention at Tope'ka. I went to it, as I should have done, having lived ! for thirty six years in my adopted state I and beiugfamiliar with its border ami the its needs, and owing to the people a i debt of gratitude gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 3 March 1892

THE VELASCO TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Over the Velasco Terminal and the I. It 6. N. to Houston and Other Points. GOODMAN 8 MTOl.flND BROS. Application has b*«n mad* to enter the Timas •t tha Poatofflaa In Valaaao, Taxaa, aa aaaond alaaa mall matiap. ADVERTISING RATES. One Inch One isHue $1.00 One Inch One Month 2.00 Two Inches One Month -J.00 Four Inchon One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCIPTION. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months ... .75 Single Copy. 5 Jim Hogg 1s in the bog. RAILROAD RATES 3. Exceptions to bases Nos. 1 and 2. Current class rates be- tween Galveston and all points in Texas, which exceed the through class rates named in basis No. 1, shall apply between all sta- tions on the Velasco Terminal railway and the same points. 4. The rates on cotton from all points in Texss, except those on the Columbia branch of the Inter- national and Great Northern rail- joint" rates oYfroiglU! to Relajeo shall be made by . A, , adding i cents per J00...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 3 March 1892

v 'p \ / N I THE VELflSGO TIMES. GOODMAN 3 MCFPRLftND BROS. : From Tiit'siliiy' Dally Wui. Disney, of Alvui, arrivvil In the city yesterday. A lai'ife force of men are at work on the new hotel at Surf Side. Hon. J. 1). MotJregor and wife, of Austin eounty, are at the Hotel Ve- lasco. L. M. Disney and wife arrived in the elty yesterday. Mr. Disney is one of the leadiu<f real estate men of Alvin \V. M. D. Lee President ol the Braz- os river Channel ami Dock Company returned yesteiday from a business visit to San Antonio. The excursion Sunday on the Hia- watha to Surf Side was largely attend- ed. I'rof. Sherwood's band furnished splendid music for the occasion. Dr. W. H. I'itfg lias gone to Colora- do to investigate some mining stock which he purchased several years ago aiid which lie hears luis become very valuable. Captain John M. Morrell left Mon- day on a Prospecting tour through West Texas, New Mexico and Colora- do. lie will probably engage in min- ing in the latter place- J. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 3 March 1892

A GREAT SURPRISE. ^SERMON PREACHED SUN OA Y, FEB. 23, «V REV. T. DE WITT TALMAGE, D. D. A Glowing Description of the Wonder- ful MftglilllcaiKw of lllng Solomon—II Amtiled the Queen of Hbebn—The Glo- rien of the OhrlatUn Unllgloii. Bh(h)klyn, Feb. 28. -The congrega tion at the Tabernacle this morning listened to a glowing description of the mngnificence of Solomon, which Dr. Talmuge likened to the glorie of the Christian religion, which would, he said, lie a surprise to all who tried it for themselves. His text was 1 Kings x, 7. "Behold, the hall' wawnot told me." Solomon had resolve,! t!iat Jerusa lom should be the center of all sa cred. regal and commercial ma fnili eence. He set himself to work and monopolized the surrounding desert an a highway for his caravans. He (unit the city of Palmyra around one of the principal wells of the east, so that all the long trains of tnerchan ilise from the east wore obliged to stop there, pay toll and leave part of their wealth in th • hands of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 3 March 1892

..y, >y" ■iT-mwy ,r •■,•■■■■ v. . m™ "•;•■■ ■ -;#r•?■ f-jrrai* ,.T rT^w?pw fflE VELASCO TIMES. V V/ r . / GOODMAN 5 MCFPRLflND BROS. >/ > From¡8uuda,v'n Dully. The tug Seminole arrived Friday night from Galveston with two bar- ges of rock from the jet ties. Messrs. C. (J. Koffles and Dewey Langford were enltiatcd into the mysteries of the It. A. it. lodge yes- terday evening and several more ap- plicants were awaiting their turn last night. The sanitary work of the city goes steadily on; it is a good thing and every man should consider himself a self appointed committee of one to lend every assistance possible to facil- itate matters. The services conducted by Elder Bush have been well attended duriug the week. Services at 11a.m., sub- ject "the union of all Christians;" 8:80 p. m. church organization. A congregation will be organized. All members of the Christian church cor- dially invited to be present and go in- to the organization. At 7:30 p. m. sermon to young men, sub...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 3 March 1892

TUF VFI AQpn TIMK is the leading representative i iil v llfluuu iiivilü of the deep water port X "DFEP WATER A PACT—NOT A PROMISE." HOUSTON * 3 v 5 'iC ' ■MB revfsvm#: jigiiipiiiiipii, r" H -* *■!--, ...'j-r ■ -.r-z,4 i Sm ÉíiOSiM i ¡Müfli i m I ■ ... „vm tasdBSftsaw^:. víí • "í-iKSsaBffi ««* i J- ■Ssw* , ^^íévj V>- ■ - ■• Rwwfc--- mmm : MA 'W£ l~-WS&&st? ¡Sh,'"- ^TfSS^P-r™- lliÉí^yp5 Wt&¿'¿¿ mmmmmW BIRDS EYE VIEW OF TIIE'MOÜTII OF THE BRAZOS RIVER AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY TWO MILLION DOLLARS Increase in Taxable Values During the Past Twelve Months. Brazoria county wan once tin* rich- est unci most densely populated coun- ties in Texas, < í rea t cotton and sugar plantations were numerous along t he banks of the mighty Brazos. Her rich lands cultivated by slaves and wore considered cheap at fifty dollars per acre. Hut the war came. The slaves were freed, the mules turned loose, stolen or niw oil', the sugtir lands and property decreas- ed in value, houses went to wr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1892

pnL ffilje Simes. "Deep Water a. Fact—Not n Promise." VOL. 1. VELASCO. BII AZOTA CO., TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 10 1802. NO. 2(> I f m IN THE SADDLE. ""-1 srricken out ami be known u« tlieiN W Cowarl Democratic Club, allowing | w •' MeLeod i all good democrats trom all portions > ^<(¡u¡re " ~ I of the state and county to become ¡ jjarrv Goldman THE DEMOCRACY CF BRAZORIA i l,0"ur,,'y m8rab r8' whloh "■"!*«*> ; ried, J J G Brooks The next business before the meet-j ^ I Glass ii .i ii i H 11 Otto ing was to christen the club, w,'eri'| k W Ualns COUNTY ARM FOR THE FRAY BY ORGANIZING upon W. 0. Love mounted the stand i ^ ^ Norfleet A Dentschner T B Snow J L Dam ron Ira (Seo Pennock O H Pennock ! «''J ««id : ' * I L Hosner Mil. I'h aihman: I deem it very | (}eo Roman necessary that the tlrst democratic club organized in Velasco bo properly christened There isa great deal in Interests of Dcmoc- a name, a good name looks well and sounds well, and takes well. Demo- cratic clubs like ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1892

THE VELASCO TIMES (M6LI8HE0 EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN 8 M-FflRLAND BROS i Q. Mi Li. ALL FOR MILLS. I GLORIOUS DEMOCRACY UNFURLES Application has baan mada to antar tha Tima at tha Poatofflaa In Valaaao, Texas, aa •••end alaaa mall matlar i. i :«lu< tome to decline; |i| < \ any mcusun s urged on l>y i ,\ constituents. I am , \ M iiHÜ)li', at all times, of ! HER'^VNNER OVER VELASCO AND DECLARES FOR platitude I owe them. They v.- nuppor ed me with unwaver* U fidelity through a long public ( ADVERTISING RATES. i1" '' " •"' "> b« «" ' | TEXAS FAVORITE SON. One Inch One Issue $1.00' pleasure 10 me to represent tnem ¡ OneliMjh One Month.. aiftiln if I can do so as a democrat. Two luche One Month *.00| ** , , Four luchen One Month 7.001 stH tiding on a democratic platform Six Inches One Month 10.00 j an(| aiding in carrying out demo RATES OF SUB8CIPTION. One Year $--0° Six Months 1-00 Three Months 76 Single Copy •& Suppose we nominate Cleveland and Blaine and let the campaign ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1892

A UúuülY i 11. f \ CHRIS i Ui I I L M * Sermon Preached by the Rev. T. l>e Witt Taluiuge, 1). 1>., at the Tub. ernucle in llrooklyu ou Suiitlay, March «—Text, Fzeklel xrll, 28. Brooklyn. J! •• i t¡. Tho congre- gation at tho .... -r>!;lyn Talíemaele this morning «ui?; with fervor the hymn beginning - My faith Ion!: iji. in I bee. Thou Liimb of (JiOvnry. Dr. T.ü.uage's subject was the rof ago oii'ored by the Christian religion to the people of all a-yvs aiiftwery variety of character. His text was Ezt'kiel xvii. 23. "A goodly cedar, and anilor it shall dwell all fowl of every wing." Tho cedar of Lebanon is a royal tree. It stands six thousand foot above the level of tiio sea. A mis- sionary counted the concentric cir- '.les. tind found one tree thirty-fiva hundred years old—long rooted, broad branches. all the year in luxu- riant foliage. The same brviches that bent in tho hurricane that David law sweeping over Lebanon rock, to- day over the head of the American traveler. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Velasco Times — 10 March 1892

THE VELASGO TIMES. JCIMIE MiAKK THK MAN. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. GOODMAN & M-FflRLAND BROS. Application ha* bttn mad* to *nt*i> tht Tim** at th* Podoffl** in V*la**o, Texas, a* ***ond alaaa mall matter. ADVERTISING RATE8. One Inch One Issue $1.00 One Inch One Month -2.00 Two Inches One Month 4.00 Four Inches One Month 7.00 Six Inches One Month 10.00 RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 75 Single Copy 5 THE OEM OF THE COAST. Fort Worth Oaiclte Oe to tier JiHtb: Thk Vki.ah oo Tjmkh I tht* gem oj tno coast. Eluht pages, all home i>rlnt, full of news aiul a* bright and rofru«hlng as the «"If waters. Tim Timbh bun a fine plant, I# edited by Uotfduiau & MeKarland Bros,.and floats on It mnsthciol "Deep w liter act—not a promise, ÍUCCen to Thk Timjw. REMEMBER THE GREAT STOCK MEN'S EXCURSION TO VELASCOMARCH10TH. One and One-third Rates Over Ml the leading Railways. Velasco is the only place in Texas wnich possesses all ad- vantages for the locati...

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