Velasco Daily Times (Velasco, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 90, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 20, 1892 Page: 4 of 4
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SIDDALL & PATTILLO
PLANING MILL AND
ON AVE. D SOUTH OF RAILROAD DEPOT.
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iíuiidi'is and Consumers of lumber, to the facts
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^fing and Ceii'ngs sent out right from the nta-S cypres cisterns of any size desired at Houston and (jal =
¡P|chinea, aud every builder knows that diessedg veston prices. We also carry a full line of and sized |
^¡and matched ilooring right from machines,£
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£ to offer you, and we will do our best to sell yonf^
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UEMOUÍATN AT (¿ITSTANA.
Thnr M*et, Re*olBte *nd Organise With a CJood
MtroiiK I'ollowlnff. QuInUnn Jolnx llnnds
With Velasen In thr t'lffht Tor llonPNt
The democrats of Quintana, Texas
met eii masse at Quintana Thursday
at 8 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of
organizing a democratic club. L. W.
Waller was chosen temporary chair-
man and C. 8. Cleveland temporary
Motion was made and carried that
the club go into permanent organiza-
On motion a committee of three,
consisting of L. R. Bryan, W. J.
Bryan and Dr. E. 8. Welsiger, were
appointed to draft by-laws and con-
stitution to govern the club.
On motion a committee of three
were appointed to reoommend the
permanent officers ol the club sub-
ject to the approval of the club.
The committee reoommended for
permanent officers the following
named gentlemen: for president, W.
W. Stinnett, for vice-president, L. W.
Waller, for seoretary, C. 8. Cleveland.
On motion the above named gentle-
men were declared duly elected.
Motion made and carried that all
democfats of precinct number 6 be
allowed membership of the club upon
signing the roll.
On motion a committee of four com-
posed of L. W. Waller, C. N. Hill, J.
H. Weems aud E. F. Campbell were
appointed to draft resolutions of in-
dorsement for governor, same to be
submitted to the club at their next
On motion a committee <>f three,
composed of 8. M. Jack, .1 H. Weems
and W. J.Tackaberry were appointed
to invite speakers to address the club
at the next regular meeting.
Motion made and carried that L. W.
Waller be added to the committee on
by-laws and constitution.
Motion made and carried that the
democrats of Velasco be especially
invited to become members of the
On motion made and carried that
J. L. Hates of Brazoria and E. E.
Bryan of Gldding be elected honor-
ary members of the club.
On motion the club adjourned to
meet at Mr. Rugeley's store next Sat-
urday, March 11 , 18i)2, at 7:110 p. m.
C. S. CiiBVKI.ANl), Ii. W. WaííLKK
The partnership heretofore existing
between Dewey Langford and J. ¡i.
Shea in the practice of law, is dis-
solved by mutual consent,
J. B. Shea.
Notice of AHHlgnment.
The public will take notice that on
March 8, 1892, Eli Gordon and Morris
Harrison, composing the Arm of Ell
Gordon A Co., of Velasco, Texas, ex-
ecuted their deed of assignment to me
as assignee for the benefit of accept-
ing creditors. W. M. Holland.
Corrected Dally by Bartlett St Wil-
liams, Commission Merchants.
[Siiwsaor to Atkinson A Williams.]
The Daily Times is still in th
ring and doiug business at the old
stand. Bring in your job work or sub-
We have mamoth lamp ohimney
now in stock. P. F.Combs & Co.
Come in and get our figures if you
have job work which you want done
with neatness and dispatch.
Burkett Broa, have a nice circulat-
To sell a liquor license running 9
months, or will take a partner with
money to open a saloon and club room
at Suri Side. Apply at once,
I. L, sherman.
v, i runsm, Mit,
Cor. Ave. B and South 2d St
OPPOSITE HOTEL VELASCO.
w. m. hom.and.
W T Levy
Holland & Levy,
MARTENS X 3ILVF.N,
ARCHITECTS iHD SUPERINTENDENTS
Vklabco; Texas, March 20 189'J.
Trade during tlio week has been qutie dull
l>ut was quite active to-day. The supply of
country produce in small.
We quote best straight Pattent Flour at 5,75.
Following were the ruling p rices for March 19
Chickens ---hens at 4.50.
Axle Grease ..Diamond 55 and GO. Golden 65
Ammunition.. Powder 0 1-2 and 6U; Blasting
8.40: Shot Drop, per sack, 11.60 and 91.75; Buck
Bagging and Ties. Bagging 1JÍ and 6«—2JÍ
anil 8; Arrow Tie 1.50.
Beeswax, 20c; Yellow 16c.
Honey In (tomb 15$20c; per bucket SI .75.
Bacon-Short «¡loar, 7X: Breakfast 10c,
Butter—Westeni 22Ho and 24c; Fresh Texas
Country 10c and 20c:: Fancy Creamery 27c and
Bran—91c for 100<tb sack lots at mill.
Candy Plain Stiek 7>i; Mixed 85Í; Fancy
Mixed, lu palls Be, in cases UJi and 13.
Can Goods 21b standard..; strawberries 11.35;
pineapple, standard, tl.35; seconds $1.15; pears,
standard, 91 35; peaches, standard. 81,40; seconds
S1.25; 3tb standards #2.00: blackberries 95c M;
marrowfat peas |1,40 and $1.45: Lima beans $1.10
and $1.15; corn ranges from $1.10 to$1.45; toma-
toes 2!b 90c, 3lb $1 15 to $1.20: oytesrs, light
weight, lib 75c, full weight llb95c to $1.05;
salmon, lib standard, $1.35 and $1 7ft: apples. 3lb
cans, $1.35; corned heef, lib, $1.65, 2n $2 50.
Chipped Beef $2 50.
California Can Goods peaches, 21; tb $2 75c
pears $2.60; apricots $2.20; plums $1 95: bla;k
cherries $2.05: white cherries $2 90; grapes $2 00
*i, l $2.10.
Cheese—Western cream 14 and 1IV: Swiss 30c.
Coffee—Ordlnarj-, 16c; good ordinary, 16Ji to
19c: fair. 17,'ic; prime, 19S'c: choice, 19?ic; Cor-
Corn meal, 3.40: grits $3 60. hoinlnv $3 50.
Candles..Star 10and tic; paraflne 12 and
Dried Fruits—Peaches, evaporated, 14@15c;
evaporated unpeeled 9 and 10c apricots, evap-
orated 13 andl4c; apples, evaporated, 10 and 11c.
Kggs, case Included, 15c
Flour—Best Patent, 5 25. to 5.75
Kr\ilts, etc —Apples $375. aud $3-75; bananas
1.50 and $2: citrons 27!«'c; Louisiana organges
3.00 to 3 75: pineapples $1.50 per dozen: Cali-
fornia pears $3.75 to 4 00: cocoanuts 94 per 100
Game U'icks, per doücn, 1.25@S1.50: Snipe,
per dozen, 80c to 91 00; Squirrels per dozen 9100
to 1 10. Venison carcass, 6),'c; nams.llc; sad-
Hay—Choice Western Timothy 918 and 919 In
100 balo lots; Forney 915 to 916
Hides—Dry flint selected 7c salt.Sc: wet salt Sc.
Ilams—Standard brands, 10c and 10l3: Califor-
Lard—Reiined tierce, 5'£e: cans in cases, 6 <8>
6>á: fancy 2c higher.
Molasses—Centrifugal fair 20 aud 22Kc; prime
I Zr> to 27c: choice 31 to 33c. Open kettle, fair 33c;
! |>rime, 85c: choice 40. Syrup 35 to 40c.
Onions—Spanish, 91 75 per «-rate: Western,
91.35, per bushel,
Oats --West.th. 41c.
Potatoes Western 85 to 90>': sweet potatoes
Poultry . Hons 93.50 aud 4.00; coeks 2.75 and
;i 00- turkeys 911,to 911.
Ilaisius California M Ixtxes 92 00: California
1 LL boxes 92 25 to 92 ,rK).
Ulce---l.oulsiana head, 6'«c: prime5s'c.
Salt—('oarse, 91.10: tine 2.00.
I Suplir- Standard granulated, 4.'í@4?íe; strndard
A \\t". lonf 5 , Louisiana yellow 8> '; white !
•1' Open kettlo, as quoted, fully fair 2go<Ml ,
f iir 2 , to 2 11-16; common to good common s5,: |
t'cntrlhigal (ill' to choice white 3 «; prime ¡
yellow clarifled to :! 9-16; sccimdii2S, to 2 :i-lfi
Vegetables- -Choice northern cabbage,¡,92.75
blaekeyed peas or white oeans 4' ''. •
THE MILL HOUSE
Nice Lareja, Airy Eoonia and. the Eost Board to be Pound la the Oity and at Seas-
onable Bates. C - N. EILL, Proprietors.
£3. 2=2. J"E3STK:i2Srs, Proprietress.
5HE BEACH la now open for the season and is the neatest aud mos
comfortable place in Quintana or Velasco. THE BEACH is situated near
the surf, aud has recently been thoroughly finished, and is neatl.v
furnished. Mrs. Jenkins thoroughly understands the hotel business, hav-
ing recently moved from Eagle Lake where she ran the popular Drummers
Home, and never failed to please the traveling public.
When visiting Quintana, don't fail to stop at THE BEACH, which wil
be a delightAil place to spend the Spring and Summer.
JOHN F. IIORKAN,
JOE. D. LYONS.
HORKAN, LYONS & CO.,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND INVESTORS AGENTS
OO. i T3B3CA8.
Real Estate Bought and Sold: Collections Made. Prompt attention to all Business entrusted to us.
OFFICE IN HORKAN'S BUILDING, AVE A BET, SOUTH 2d AND 3d STS,
W. C. WACLEY,
Real Estate and Investors'Agts.
Office : Hotel Velasco,
341 CONGRESS STREET,
On« ]Blook From I. ¿fc Q. 7S. Railroad Depot
- i TEXAS
W. H KANDAIX&C.lí MUTRUX, Proprietor*
KATBS Sl.OOund l.SOuUay.
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