Velasco Daily Times (Velasco, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 148, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 31, 1892 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY TIMES
I8SUK0 EVERY MOUSING BY
VELA8C0TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY.
TIIE DAliliAS TltOITII.K.
MILLIONS OF I'KOPERTT THREAT. V
It may be that tin* officers who
HI ver Tlireateiihiyr to lti><
slime lis old lied.
From Times building, corner Front
and Houth Second Mtreet.
aUBSCKI FT IO M
rtlniii'- copy ')
One week «•>
One year- -<n advani't' $.>.00
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 disgrace and igno-
Omaha Neb.. May 13.—There is
great ahina in Omaha to-night
over the prospect- of the Missouri
lliver returning to its old channel ¡
of thirty years ago. The old river
bed is n tw tilled with manufacture
ies and the railroad track of the
Missouri I'acilic, Tnion Pacific
and "Q." system and in the north-
ern portion of the city many resi-
f\ <?o/r\pI^te 5to<;k*3=
A dvkhtisino:—llatew made known
>ii application. All Hubncriptioiia
unit advertising niuht be paid
weekly. Foreign and tranident ad-
vertisements in advanee. Nodevia- 1
tion l i on i
11 km 11 Will
J'nk Daily Times will be found for Surely life must l <
I .... ..II i- ..it t ■ m fa Lrtll I II II III I I Itr «ill
miny a faithful husband, and shot deuces occupy the former channel
to death in cold blood a gallant *d the river.
officer of the city. It was in the The <>ld wagon timber road
lcsense of this villain that those formerly swept round the
E, STOVES, PAINTS, OiL, GUSS,
this rule. No advertise- oflicers thrust their guns out upon head of the lake has been utterly
be received after « o'clock ^ uttttck¡lljf t.,.owd aJ1(, f|rtM|. swallowed up along with hundreds
sale on all trains, boats and by all
Filtered at the post office at Velasco.
''IVxas. as second class mail matte,-
a It communications should boaddresr
ed to daily Times, Velasco, Texas.
at low (lis- of acres of tangled willows and
count when so many good citizens 1 under growth. All have
an* made to balance the life of one
murderous scoundrel. The Times
Herald says ".I. B. Smith was the
' lirst man found. Me was a spec-
The delegates instructed and ta tor and had received a ball in
indorsed for Clark amount to 1(14, the left knee, just above the knee-
fir Hogg 121).
The New Orleans street car
strike has ended and all things
are moving along smoothly.
cap. Me is a Corinth street gro-
cer, Smith was placed in a hack
peared and not a vestugo remains
of the former scene.
Should the rush of water con-
tinue and the catastrophe so tear-
fully apprehended really take
place, the scenes that would fol-
low would baffle description, and
the damage entailed upon the rail-
Brushes, Wagon-Makei s\ Blacksmith and Ship
Chandiers' Supplies, Pumps, Alaska Refrigera-
tors, Water Coolers and lee Cream Freezers,
Screen Wire, Etc., Etc.
WK >: AKE : = : H EADOI J A KTEKS
For Everything kept in a first class Hardware, Store and ,\oii
will save money by calling on us before purchasing elsewhere.
J. C. ROBERTS, Manager,
AVENUE A, SET 5, FIRST I1 SECOND SIS', 'VELASCO, TEX.
mill takou to liis home. I., Ii. i roads, nmiiuliictmers, packing-
Miller who travels for Padgett
Bros., was hit in the face and chest
The Giddings News says the by small shot and slightly wound-
democrats of precinct No. <> of ed. However, his"'eyes came near! calculable.
Lee county have instructed for being put out. An unknown man
Judge Beauregard Bryan for dis- was shot in the arm and a negro
trict judge. bootblack from Hotel YVinsor
Maude Kramer, the poor del ml- was peppered about the body. | impassable. mis aiterrioon a
ed girl need alia Martin is dead.' There were a thousand wild ru- ¡ wing of the new hospital fell from
11 of them wen
None ol the in
mates of the jail were touched
the volly lirod from without."
houses and the innumerable small
property owners southeast of the
Brighton roadhouse would be in-
Already the whole country be-
tween the main highway on the
west and the river is absolutely
B. A. BUCK &. CO
-Wholesale ami Retail Healers In
Her remains were embalmed and mors, but none
sent home to her father, seven founded on fact,
miles distant from I ronton Mo.
'•Pearl, Pearl, 1 see you now," and
"Ves, 1 am ready to go" are tokens
the effects of the cutting waters,
causing a loss of $20,000. The in-
l,y mates are being removed to-night
from the whole building, as furtli-
dainage is expected.
of her redemption,
Peace to her
Hogg, in his
was lor a long ensvi 11 e speech said:
The butcher's association in
Dallas was visited by a represen-
tative from Austin, San Antonio,
Ft. Worth and Kansas. To the
Kansas f'ity man, John Jacobs,
Mr. Wanderlich, of Dallas, said:
Mr. Wanderlich of Dallas—I be-
lieve Kansas City is not in the
state of Texas, and as the com
•lililí,'!' <« asta ve Fook oil Hogg.
Cook was for
time a Judge of the (Jalveston-
11 oust oil district criminal court
and is one ol the best posted j rotui agentslkll over the state
criminal lawyers in Texas; lie ! distributing them, ain't he."
Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Cot-
ton Seed Meal.
COR, AVE. C and SOUTH 4th STS.
THE JENKINS -;- HOUSE,
MRS. E. E. JENKINS, Proorietress,
VELASCO, ... TEXAS.
This excellent boarding; house winch was
erly known as the "Selby House," has been through-
ly renovated and newly ljiriiished tlM*oug;i; ut, and if
roads are printing circulars to try
and scare the people, and the rail-; you want a ituat, comfortable place to board
A voice: "Ves, he is!'"
said in his speech at Crocket last
Friday: Tlie governor: 'T thought
"These efforts of the governor, Why don't they put the railroad
to execute the law are themselves j hinds disturbed down here? if
unlawful. He has no such author- they ha 1 put the Central 3,000,000
mittee appointed by the national; ¡t>'aml is usurping power when lie reres, the Texas and Pacific 5,000,-
association was to visit Texas and i 'Stomps it. Let him confine him-1 ooi) and the International 2,500,-i
report the best point in Texas, it1 self to the constitutional province, jooo acres 1 would say it is fair."
and when the people or officials! The governor having
complain to him that those ciiarg-1 great deal to do with the Intermit- '''kuUowIiik' wen
ed with executing the law are un ional road in one shane or another! iso2:
able to do it by reason of prevent-
would do well to call at theidetsikius House.
ffvet % Between Division aijdg. Second Streets.
Corrected Dally by J. S. Williams.
[Successor tn Hartlett A Williams.
now remains with this association
to either adopt or reject the re-
port of that committee. Austin
offers #100,000 in stock.
The daily papers are incorpor-
ated and are private corporations.
They are all fighting me. It is
true some of the editors working
on them are friendly to me, but
the journals themselves are con-
trolled by those who own the
stock and resist" my nomination.
You see that class of corporations
are against me and none of them
advocate "the" commission.—
Hogg's Ft. Worth speech.
Another subterfuge of James
Stephen whose sir name is Hogg.
There are only three daily papersin
the state private corporations and
yet Hogg fails to find not only none
of them but not one of the other
10 dailies and 220 weekly papers j had been wrung from the people
that support him. by unconstitutional and undeino-
- .. ieratic methods should not be
"Two ex-eontederates in the . .... ,
I taken back, however by
house—Kilgore oi Texas and Her-
Notwithstanding the lint dry weather, trade
y, i is good ami market woil supplied with country
re the ruling prices for May 27.
ional road in one shape or another j is u
ought to know and perhapse does n,(|,!'J.'.'dien s'at*i'r.(f'^' I'1"1" 'U
ing causes which they cannot ¡ know that the international has i Axle Orease Diamond 55 ami lit), f¡tilden 05
overcome, let him afford aid suf- not now, nor has it had an acre of111"170'
licient to remove the obstruction j land in Texas since that bond set-
and allow the law to be executed : tlement.
by those charged with the duty. The governor then read a list of
Such is the law and constitution, names of persons in this country
and when lie acts otherwise he j whose title are said to be affected
is violating tlieiu both. He has i and asked if any of them were in
thwarted the law by his interposi-1 the audience, and one of them,
tion. When a bill was prepared Mr. Whitaker, responded. The
UiiKgluK anil Ties. .Batítfllis 1?< and H.S'—2Ji
anil 8: Arrow 'I'le 1.50,
lleeswax, 20c; Yellow 16c.
Honey in comb 15@20c; per bneket SI ,7,ri.
llaeoti--Short clear,"? : Ilreakfast 10c.
Ilutter - Western 22!¿e anil 24c: Fresh Texas
Country 10c iiml20c; Fancy Creamery 27c ami
Bran-* Ole for 100-lb Suck lois at mill.
| Candy IMnin Stick 71«; Mixed KJ ; Fancy
Mixed,'In nails 0c. In cases U'.j ami 1:1.
' Can Gooils 2lh standard : st ra wherries SI.85;
pine npple. standard. SI 85; .seconds SI -15; pears,
' standard.SI 85; |ieachcs. siamlard. SI.40; seconds
SI.2.5; 81b standards S2.00; Idacklicrries 05c M:
I mu r row fat peas 81,40 and SI .45; I .liuu beans SI. 10
and submitted to him to collect j governor asked if he was sacred. ¡ 'i1 ai! 'V.Ju.í™, :
the sugar bounty he approved it, He said he was not. The govern-: i\b J^iania^au'i«wrnpnie!.1 iijb I
but when it became a law lie ¡ or told him he need not be." ''"chipped Beef.'si'51!",'1,1 ,tl''• 91s-
pompously vetoed it because 'the Whitaker as if by mental reserva ; p,!;,"s aj'rieots'w 2Í1'1 'pimíis «f *¡"i.i';k
cherries S2.05; white cherries S2 SH); «rapes S2 DO ;
lli l ¿2.10.
Cheese —Western cream 14 and 14Swiss 80c.
Collee-- Ordinary. Pic; «oofl ordiliarv, 1(1'« to
principles,'as if the money which short duration, remarked. "Not dova.'n'i'inc.l""1" 11 'h"'" 1'
• i. . m Corn, Nn. r o«•
ill Mil SIT. Corn int'.-il. M 40: ixrits 00. honiiny$JJ
Cuii• 1 los. .8tnt 10 a \ U'\ piiifinno 12 ami
1M1 a r
HnMilinm truolv thp ropíhív DriiMl Friiits--*lv,íu,ho!*. cviiporntcd 14^15c;
131 IS IIUUJ UU HOtltlJ eVllpc.iriltcMlnn|KH liMlw and 10o. apricots, evap-
town of Texas. For the size of I 1 ^"' i 111.'i i i. í| íj '11"1 r a'''1 101111''1 lr'-1
FhMU-'-Uest l'atent,' 5 70
Fruits, etc—Apples $375, and S;i-75: banaims
to COllie off lirst best in all they l .Vlaud S2; citrons 27>«'c: Louisiana orK'aiiíícs
:! 00 to 8 75; pineapples SI.50 per dozen; ( all-
THE - LEADING-TAILOR,
KOItMKKLY OF (i.M.VKSTON,
Is now ready to fill all orders tor new
Spring Suits at rock bottom nn es.
He is also eonneetel with the Mi'ro-
politan Loan Otliee.
MARTENS & 3ILVF.N,
ARCHITECTS AND SlfPERIBTESOESTS,
C. G. SHOELEI ,
WATCHMAKER ¡-¡ AND i-¡ JEWELER,
. Watcli curving from plioto^raplis. Cull and ex-
amine my yoods.
V El. ASCO
bounty law of congress was con-j tion, seeing in his own mind that
trary to his views of democratic Hogg's days are numbered and of
lil SlNHSS CARDS.
THE , FIDELITV i AND i CAUSUALTY
UF NK\V YORK,
O. St. Clovoland,
Affent for Velasco and (¿uinlaua. 'i'i'xas,
Okkk'H at Qcistana.
I: deliver: policies: on: taking ; appltcaLlu.n
| hers. It is as if one should re- the place Brenham girls never fail
fuse to receive back property
otlni claj, <in appiopi i.ition ol 8|()jen fr(Jm ^im by a thief because i nndertake to do— they verily take I lornla pears 75 to I 00; eocoanuts Sl per 100
*5(1,000 for a pedestal monument ¡ ^ t|j¡ef |)ttH acquired it felonious-1 the cake when one is in contest.1,'!kH", ¿ieo<1 ViVrr1.-is'i',',S.1.i0^«■ «'7& 11 oó
-GO TO THE-
for general Sherman which the
people of Washington propose to
erect. How did this help the j
democratic party'!"-New York!
The democratic party lias noth-
ing to do with it. Congressmen
are not sent to Washington to
help this, that or the other politi-
cal party. No provision is made
for such a ppropriations of the peo-
to 1 10
paity die ioc.
Venison carcass, li'jc; Inmis.llc; sad-
Such stuff is the veriest bom- l^ast week they formed a „. t1n.„
. Hav---Cboiee Western Iimotliy S18 and Sl'J In
There is no excuse for such ; among themselves and went out kki tmie lots; Forney si5 to su>
Hides—Dry Hint seleeied ,c: saltSc: wet salt 3c.
iiaiiis - Sttindard brands, 10. andlO'i; < 'Mor-
ula 8c , . ,,
1 Lard—Refilled tierce, 5',c; cans lu ease . *
should The Manner reporter does not say r>m 1Í1 asscs"--cinuVrupa 1 fair 20 ami 22'.c, prime ¡
i ¿5 to 27c: choice 81 to :ttc Opeu kettle, fair .tic; 1
extensive ostentation when the j on New Year's creek fishing, "hav-
cost of the display comes out of ing not a male member present."
money of the people. I
Germania - Hall
Corner Ave. <: a id South 2d Street.
Lunch Served at all Hours,
Day or Night.
JOHN KEMPE. PROPRIETOR.
not allude to this but for the fact
that I have my information from
the most indubitable authority,
Thomas (i. Uoree."
whether they carried
lines or their New
along; but it evidently must have
occurred to the ladies that a good
example was set them by one of
hooks and i prime, it'ii■; choice 40 Syrup .15 to 40c.
rl, . . I Onlons---Spanish. 81 75 per crate; Western,
I estament «.35, per bushel.
The type made us say in last old who said to Matthew, Mark,
pli,'8 money by tlii* constitution. | ^,ln(jay,8 i88ue t|iat DuIIhh' bonus Luke and lay aside your
Oats -Western, 41c
i'otatoes Western 85 to 90
New l-ilsh potatoes 1.50e.
Poultry Hen* 8.1 50 and I 00; cocks SU> ami |
3 00; turkeys SU to 814. *
Raisins California M boxes 82 TO;
li. boxes S2 25 to 82 .50
Rk*c— Louisiana Henri,
.AT IS Ci^auOLl'<lf VL. •
Ii m Wood an«l 1'n.¿iTving (
¡«iiiml Oil SIbIo, «tpplie l mm:i :i i i r üimry
liiusb II, is HIIIUMi, ti ed to prcserwi liny
¡iiiid of wood, nliove or umier toe «sronnct
i or wiitcr, (or at ioa t lift of n .vc*i-, mid keep
California uti all kind* of tmieu. it Is used by til
I'. and almo-l nil forcitM tioveninients;
1'fb irrapli. Telophoiie, lltti iondt niul_«itli6P
1 ' . ' , Sunday's issue that Dallas bonus Luke and John lay aside your «ait-coarse, suo; tine 2 00 . i.,,*,. corporations, n* w.-u unii ileal F-tau
Does tlie Advertiser Imagine that; l0 t|u. butch(.r,8 s,Uotml Protcc. Il8hil, tllckle b(,comc, .«8hers¡ \" ''.tóu.'í
'' rSíy^wf-S^ve Association w„8 W0«,00„, it or.uen. This being "leap year" gk | aTbowki
n upon these "ex-confeder-; should have been 4T,0,000 as we no one dares question their pre-: y-i^uined8^3rl'751 QUINTANA, - •
,"_ St. Louis Uepublic, i stated in a former issue. ¡rogative in anything. ! Mackeyed pom or white beans 4* c.
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