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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Star — 4 January 1869
J 23É >'3 7 eilrT J. S. SGOBELL & CO. J DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART, AGRICULTURE, ETC., ETC- [PUBLISHERS. 1 VOLT. GALVESTON, MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1869. ■ " . .<* Y?^ NO. 1. - :t :i it it n*jr mP ■/> Up 5 tnel Í9Íí>! • ÍÜW THE BEGINNING OF EVIL It «M sueh a tittle thing One slight twist of crimson string ; "> Bat 'twas stealing «II the same; And the child that took It knew That she told what was not trne. Jut to screen herself from blame. First a theft and then alie,— Both recorded upon Ugh. ' It was hat A little stp, Just a taste upon the Bat it left a longing there ; Then the measure larger grew, 'And theháUt strengthened too, Till it would no cnrhing hear. So the demon Drink decoys; Soul and body both destrovs. It was but one little word, Softly spokfen, soaTcely hoard, ■ .tittered by a single breath: flat it dared tetake in vain God's most high and holy name, So nrovoking wrath and death, So*n the lip , once fresh and fair, Opened bat to corse a...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Star — 4 January 1869
mm mm ■? mm The TUB MS— Two Donar per Annum Ii CO., PaklUBcn pert RATES FOR ADVERTSIHG .r.oz rp h e wísekijy gTAB- Our Paper—Duties Demanded. ■i ' r HHl r ■ r-.«i - r-|t r-1 ■ THE WEEKLY BTAE.i" ■SSTímh $20 00 28 00 is 00 30 00 20 00 13 00 15 00 22 00 &i 00 44 00 30 00 73 00 48 00 35 00 37 00 38 00 t 52 00 _ m Cash Ratto; to which tweoty per cent will be added when not paid in advance. gy fer yittamtmia, Fire Cents a line will be eharged, be they h S or short. Advertí-events for this sheet will reeeireprompt attention If I® to Mr. W. A. Shaw, Book and Job Printer, SJd Street, next to T. H. McMa- han's Bank "a* Hease. r,|||Tt the State will please acta* Agents. LHWiHll stlfl" on all subjects requested. If of Interest will he paid fcr—if desired. AdiMM tn iwiwnirstt-ii" "Publishers Qal- t—ton Weekly Star." Our Salutatory. Wahave no apology to make for our appearance before the public at. this timo In a free eountry the avenues of industry are open to all. We choose oar vocation or...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Star — 4 January 1869
• THEE "WEEKLY STAE ABOUT TOWN. The WriKLY Star.—This number of oar paper is distributed indiscriminately f««# hi sloi™ time hi wish to subscribe what sort of* tt'i«p:r / \ they with after nest week, receive. , .W&X.W¡W \ y vr \i made in oor appcaronce, writers to pro- cure for one or two departments now % unfilled, that we deem it best not to commence onr regular publication nnti) Monay, Jannaty 18. In the meantime' oor solicitors will thoroughly canvass the city. We ¡titead making arrange- ments to procure the latest Telegraphic Dispatches op to the time of our going e breath :jt in***®8 e tf^uighand >ye8terday A Beautiful Deed. The Methodist Sunday-school in Galveston had no jubilee this year, as has been the custom for many a Christ- mas past, and we wish to téll the rea- son why: Up on the bay, a't a point known as Bayland, is an orphan's sup- port. It is full of fatherless and motherless boys and girls. During the past year several of the Sunday- schools in this city un...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Star — 4 January 1869
1 TÍÍE "WEEKLY STAB. m E i lie State Mm confer great Avar by *ndlag nswy eom- ju—...tton th*tm«y proTeoltatewt tothefra- '^oTwbieripÜon prlae WTwo líol- teré p« sBSÚ* •** *« tru*t °"F fellow-er*«smen ifiil not l i*emr«rt ta-wlneribtog. '.'- ^Siatessi^ t# 8 J Eliotós ojr Omoras.-At a meeting of ticker tiodgt* -Free and ■ Accepted Masons, lfeld«■Ib?iithult., attheir hall, an«Jec- ofSers waa Md. The following mitímm - " "J. CTV !!® , ^owbipfal Master; m i f. W. Clay too, Senior Warden; i i 1 Wofc ^roW^Jinior ^irden;, I W. & Senior Deacon; W. H. McOall, junior Deacon; 1L JWrtfff Marehal ; Jr í Lábátí, Master Ceremonies; f Ta. Mtil*iÍlá. Tyler. \ T : mEWSOHRY. «tftr¿a> «rcfrgg ITTTS*. vftrld ¿ftf rftll ftt mastmry, ^VTtioff the*i4«uv «nd Hue ; m.üSaa'ri'IiV oar mothers chined, J i1^|i5^k ,^Miir Work#' and hearts but know, OBn „ot be derided. L ^ tttnaa of earth- unite VStSE* lore, and light o5? them we Shall !?«▼« ■ a aloud m** ▼« the face of day, Wot nature «MI at one -2$t-S^M «d...