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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 16 July 1869

mBBBC Bo Diligent in Business fervent in Spirit* Serving the iL,ord. ■ Hesist the .Aidversarv. There arc twenty two candidates ■announced in the Rusk Observer. That look* old-timey. ESTBAY. Taken up by Catharine Page, 011 the Marshall ami Gilmer road, and now In the possession of Leonard Windsor, Esif., between the Cypresses, one pale red or yellow cow six or seven years old, marked with a crop and a hole in the right ear, aud a erop and a split in the left. LEONARD WINDSOR. Jun%22, MCfc nS4 2t ' 1 "Took AND Stationery Store!! The undersigned has opened a Book and Stationery Depot in the Store of W. F\ Williams & Co. ON AUSTIN STREET, In the city of JE1FFSH.SON, and proposes to keep constantly on hand everything in his line- of business, consisting of BOOKS; LITERARY, HISTORICAL, RELIGIOUS, SABBATH AND DAY SCHOOL s MUSIC, STATIONERY, ote. ORDERS from Country and City are - respectfully solicited. The public are invited to call, and he feels confident he ran satisfy them in price...

Publication Title: Home Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 16 July 1869

Children, obejy your ^Parents in all tilings in the Lord, lor tliiw is right, lliovo ono another. ► From the Young Folks'News. KATIE'S TRIP TO CHURCH. It was one of the hottest days in Yugust when Katie Jones rose up in ier crib, where she had been put to take her afternoon nap, and seeing' aer mother with her bonnet on, asked, " Why, mamma, where is you do-iiifjff" " Lie down, Katie," said Iter moth- er. "Mamma is going to church. Lie down and shut your eyes, and it will not be long before I come home a train !'' n ' f , Katie lay down, and Mrs. Jones, after putting h r bead in at the kitch- en door to till Bridget to attend to Katie when she nWok, went on her way. Katie shut her eyes, but sleep wouldn't come. First one eye open- ed, ahd then the other, until, at the sound of the last church bell, both eyes opened very wide, and Katie sat up. Through the open window she saw the tardy people hurrying on to church, and at last, when a little girl carrying a sun-shade came into view, ...

Publication Title: Home Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 16 July 1869

Remember now. thy Creator in the Days of tliy Youth, while the Evil JDavs Draw not ougli. Mlht j hy'tteBfr* " , J ops, is to b«?p^iii this year with a fast, on Fdiday, Au&. 13. Wo hopo all IT*. JT. l*«tillo, JStlitor. J BP P E R S 0 N: .OKNEU WALNUT AND LAKAYKTTE STS.. Up Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. TEltns. SUBSCRIPTION—CUUUENCT. €110 Volume, in advance .... 82 on Six Months 1 :!•*> Ciuimvi'i'eii o• ttuiru, a year,oncii i 75 Clubs of Twbuty-tive " " 1 W A1>V EKT18INO. RATES I'RK ISOH—SPECIE. One Inch or less, each Insertion,* #1 W One Mouth .2 (V) Three Months 6 W Six Months , ,. . . . . . H Of) Twelve Mouths . . . . . 15 00 All «• Iclcs iifla notices of only per- sona] iflterest will be charged as adver- tisements. FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1869. SPECIAL NOTICE. The l'aria District Coufernce, M. B. Church, South, will convene at Ltulonia, Fannin county; Texas, on the £5th day of August nett. The members of the Conference are earn- estly requested to attend. Minis tern of other ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 23 July 1869

HI A. Weekly J ournal Devoted to Christianity, lOducationt Home Enterprise, and General Intelligent* . «J. A. KKIXV. Proprietor- t\ J. PATIL.LO, Editor aud l'libllslicr. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, JULY 23. 1869. voi.tii: i. ivhubkk a?. LETTERS AND FUNDS. Because wo have not kept up the extracts from letters commendatory of the Advocate, some have been it'll, from their interest in the paper, to inquire if it still sustains its popu- arity. We havo not thought it necessary to continue such notices, but as they seem to interest our •riends, wo present one or two this week as samples of what we are constantly receiving: From Rev. J. It. Ilenfro, Cherokee county: "I am highly pleased with "ilie Home Advocate, It is a superior paper for children." From Rev. J. A. Scruggs, Tyler; " I am very much pleased with the Some Advocate. It is the very thing we need, and I am glad to see that so many mothers are delighted with it. I believe it Is the ordinance of Providence that the heaviest and most import...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 23 July 1869

23© Diligent in Business Fervent in Sp'xit, Serving the I*ord. iResist the Adversary. Iu Calcutta and ita suburba, are fourteen native churches, with five hundred oomouinicanUt, and a nomi- nal Christian community of sixteen hundred pcraotiR. , Four thousand five hundred yon up; men are daily brought under the influwioe of Christian teacher*, through tho vari- ous educational institutions of the city. JUST RECEIVED, 400 Barrels Fresh St. Louis Flour, 800 Scks Coarse ant! Fine Bait. 35 Barrels Good Western Whisky, and a large lot of assorted Groceries for Sale cheap fur Cash, or In exchange for Corn and old Cast Iron, by FOSCUE A BRO., Walnut st. July l«tb, 1869. no 2#-3t. ESTRAY. Taken up by Catharine Page, on tho Marshall and Gilmer oad, and now in ihe possession of taonard Windsor, I*q., between tho Cypresses, one pale red or yellow cow six or seven years old, marked with a crop and a hole in the right ear, and a orop and a split in June 33, LEONARD WINDSOR. n34 at ' BOOK AND Stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 23 July 1869

H555 Children, obey your ^Parents in all things in the Lord, for thi.s is right. Love one another. The Home .Advocate- 11 r l or Youth and Children. t For the Home Advocate. BAD CHILDREN, Dear children, I want this week to tell you why I love bad children. It is because I was one once and know all their troubles. Perhaps if I ex- plain what 1 mean by bad children you wiH agree with nae, that they are more to be pitied than blamed. I read a story, lately, that gives mv meaning so much better than anything I can tell, that I will re- peat it to you. It is about a little girl who did something worse than usual when she tried to be good. If they had called her Fanny i should have been certain they were talking about me. I think it will fit a great many boys and girls who read the story. Listen children and tell me if you have not had just such unlucky times, trying to behave, as this little girl: Her name was Madge Weston. She lived with her aunt and went to school. There was to be an e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 23 July 1869

Remember now thy Creator in the Days of thy Youth, while the JDvil IDavs ' # ~~ ^ \ ■ __ Draw not nigh. I! ® Ik* ffiw* ^ivmtc. F. «T. l'tvtillo, Editor. J E VVERSON: corner walnut and lafayette sts.. L*p Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. TERMS: x u BSCIilPTION—C ukrenc v. One Volume, in advance . . . . $2 00 Jjtf MYmfhs; . ; . . . iii s s « 1 2f) flubs of Ten or more, a year, eaeli 1 75 • lubs of Twenty-iive *• " 150 ADVERTISING. rates per inch—specie. Out; Inch or less, each insertion, $1 00 One Month 2 50 Three Months 5 00 six Months 8 00 Twelve Months 15 00 Ml articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will be charged as adver- tisements. FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1860. LEGAL PUZZLE. Thn following is the paragraph which appeared in tho Advocate of •inly 2nd, and for the publication of which wo wefo arrested by General Bucll and required to give bail in the amount of $5000 for our appear- ance before a Military Commission at such time and place as Gen. Reyn- olds may order, to answer a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 6 August 1869

HOME ADVOCATE ♦ A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Kducation, Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. <*. A. KELLY. Proprietor. F. J. PAI1LLO, Editor aud Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, AUGUST C, 1869. VOLUME 1. NI'MBEtt 9*. THE TRIAL. One day last week, Col. Gordon, •one- of the military Commissin, was placed under arrest by order of Gen. Reynolds, by which he wa.i removed from his position. The prisoners smd their counsel protested against this proceedure,. but were overruled. On Saturday the prisoners pre- sented to the court a challenge against Col. Starr, We regret that we have not room for the entire document. They state that " they believe that his course from the beginning, as manifested in the.examination of the witnesses, has shown him to be biased iu his mind, prejudiced against the accused, and to enter- tain such feelings of malice against them, as would have rendered him liable to challenge before ho was sworn, had the facts at that time been known to the pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 6 August 1869

— - Be Diligent in Business Fervent in Spirit, Serving the Lord. Hesist the .Adversary. Tho Harrison Flag closes an arti- cle on "Our Arrest" as follows: " ITe [Gen. Buell] should roracu- ber that his persecution of men upon hiicIi insignificant grounds will only reflect upon himself, and not allow his little brief authority to cause him to commit thoso actions of which ho will ultimately feel asham- ed, and which aro calculated to make him appear most illiberal and con- temptible in tho eyes of tho world." Now, Willie, we daro you to come over hero and flaunt your Flag iu that style. KELLY INSTITUTE, FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. PROF. R. P. THOMPSON, Principal. This Institute is located at Kellyvlllo, four and a half miles west of Jefferson. The advantages of the location are com- prised principally in its heaithfulness, good society, uud religious privileges, in which it is unsurpassed by any neigh- borhood in this section of country. Tho course of institution will be thorough, embracing t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 6 August 1869

Children, obey your 3?arents in all things in thft Lord, for this is right, Xjovo one another. \ rrho Home -A-dvocate* For Youth and Cliildrcn. PIC-NIC. Mu. Editor : Wo had :it Mr. Jack Barrett's a pic-nic for the benefit of Pleasant Grove Sabbath School. There was a place arranged in front of the house, and a tabic spread with all that an Epicure could de- sire. There were ouc hundred in at- tendance, and the most bountiful supplies for three timess as many. Wo tender many thanks to those young ladies for so neatly arranging our dish of delicacies that we were scarcely able to taste them ail. We are also indebted to Miss Hender- son, the Miss Garretts, and others, for their charming music on the pi- ano; and the accompaniment on the violin and banjo was very nice. Everything passed off as pleasantly as was ever seen. On account of sonic disappoint- ment, we had no address to the school. We much regretted the absence of our expected friends, T. and P. The injury was so great that we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 6 August 1869

Remember now thy Creator in the Days of thy Youth, while the .Evil Dav* Draw not nigh. F. «J. Patillo, Editor. JEFFERSON: corner walnut and i,afayettr sts. Up Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. TERMS SUBSCRIPTION—CURRENCY. Cue Volnmc, in advance . ... $2 00 .six Months 1 25 rlubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 Clubs of Twenty-live k< •• 1 50 ADVERTISING. rates per inch—specie. One Inch or less, each insertion, $1 00 One Month-....... 2 50 Three Months 5 00 Six Months 8 00 Twelve Months 15 00 All articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will be charged as adver- tisements. FRIDAY, JULY 23, 18fi9. PARODY—Piano et Voce. O they miss me at home, yes they miss me! And 'tis an assurance most dear. To know that the loved ones so wistful, Are saying I wish it were here, Are crying I wish it were here I Come on, my dear Advocate, come, Ocome, my loved Advocate, home! The above is suggested by the many inquiries after the cause of failure in the Home Advocate last week, and the remar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 13 August 1869

A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Kducation, Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. 4i. A. KEIXY. Proprietor F. J. I'ATILLO, Ivditor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. AUGUST 13. 1869. VOLIIJIK I. KliniEK ** . THE TRIAL. On Tuesday morning the evidence roll on both sides was completed, ,-unl the Court (Commission No. 1 •5Ve mean) adjourned until this morn- ing at 1® o'clock, when the pleading will commence. In the mean time there is to be, or was, perhaps last night, a grand "Social Hop," at Mur- phy's new Hail, by soldiers and citi- zens, under the control of the former. I t strikes us that the wake is prema- ture, as the usual custom is to have it at or after the funeral. But per- haps this is preliminary to another •contemplated at the hanging. Still we are obliged to think it too soon and in very bad taste. For the Home Advocate. ACROSTIC. I Home Advocate! your homely name And meek address— W, never mind—your homely aim Deserves success. Meet you at church or Sunday S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 13 August 1869

I3e Diligent in Business Fervent in Spirit, Serving the [Lord. Resist tlie .Adversary. :* I" can make you understand. God hccs and 'knows everything. He ku<5w that you would see the wicked boy try to steal apples, and that you would do all vou could to stop him. Then he put it into my thought to go and see a man whose store I could not reach unless I went by the apple- stand, and this brought me to the spot juqt at the right moment. 1 call this God leading me. Now do yoti understand ?" " Oh yes, air. I see it just as clear as day," answered Jimmy, a new light breaking over his i'aco." "And God, who loves you and wants you to Iks good and happy, knew that if I saw how honest and brave jou were I would be your friend." " Oh, sir 1 Will you ?" cried out little Jimmy, trembling all over, while his fine face lighted up sud- denly with hope and joy. "Yes, my poor boy," answered the man, whose heart was feeling very tender toward the child. " I will be your friond always, if you will bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 13 August 1869

Children, obey your Parents in all tilings in the Lord, for this is right, Love one another. Tho Home .A-clvocate- For Youth and Children. For the Home Advocate. FROM BELLVIEW. Bro. Frank: Please allow me, through your columns to tell all the people what good little boys and girls we have in Bellview to attend Sabbath School. We have now fifty-three regular pupils ; they all attend every Sunday, unless sick- ness or some other unavoidable cir- cumstance prevents. I do not wish to flatter my children beyond what is right, but I can justly say, and that without the least exaggeration, that there is not a more attentive and better beloved Sabbath School in Texas. Nearly all of them receiv- ed merit cards last Wednesday. We can not have as large a school here as our friends in Marshall and .lefferson can, but we can have as good. We may not be able to have us gay celebration as they can, but we iutend to have a Sunday-school celebration for our little fojks one of these days, and you wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 13 August 1869

— Remember now thy Creator in the Days of thy Youth, while the JEvil Days Draw not nigh. lie ffonw f^wwte. jp. «T. Fatillo, Editor. JEFFERSON: rOV.NER WALNUT AND LAFAYETTE ST8.. ' Up Stair#, Over Foecue & Bro. TERMS: .iUBSCRrPTION—CUS&EHCT. One Volume, in advance Six Mouths IMA. 4/J.VWH.Mf. ^ • * • -i Cluba of Ten or, more, a year, each 1 76 < 'lubs of Twenty-live " " 1 BO AD VERTIS IN G. RATES PER INCH— SPECIE. Oue Inch or less, each insertion, fl 00 One Month . . . • . • . 2 50 Three Months ...... 5 00 •Six Months 8 00 Twelve Months . . . . .. 15 00 • All articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will be charged as adver- usements. $3 00 1 35 FRIDAY, AUG. 23, 1869. The week of prayer commences to- day throughout the bounds of the Mtethodist E. Church, South. It will ho observed at tho Methodist Church m this place. Ou next Saturday tlao Quarterly Meeting will com- mence, so that services may be ex- pected to continue at least ten days. Several ministers from abro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 20 August 1869

THE HOME ADVOCATE A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Education, Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. <i. A. HGLLY. Proprietor- I\ J. PATILLO, Editor and Pnbllslier. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, AUGUST 20, 1869. VOHJ1E f. N19IBEII AO. THE TRIAL. Tho present week up to yesterday was occupied by the pleadings of the attorneys. In the defence, speeches were made by Wright, of Clarks- ville, Geo. T. Todd, Penn, Campbell, J Jeeves, and Gray, of Jefferson. Yes- terday morning the case was sub- mitted to the court. Maj. Good- fellow, Judge Advocate, declined speaning It was our misfortune to be so closely occupied with btiaiuess that we were not able to hear the plead- ings entire. We heard only part of each of the speeches by Todd, Wright, Campbell; but enough to see that they were concise, full, eloquent, convincing. The others we did not hear at all, but they are highly eu- logized by those who did. This case has developed a degree of legal tal- ent of which we were only partially ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 20 August 1869

33e Diligent iix Business Fervent in Spirit, Serving the T^ord. Resist the Adversary. (Lil II . . r I married, On the 22d July, W#N by Rev. W. B. Baiiy, M. D., Mr. L. A. Hicks, of Up- shur county, Tex., to Mrs. Moliie E. Walden, of Bright Star, Arkansas. Pickpocketing ha$ bccomc so com- mon in Northern cities, that a ma- chine has been invented to hold watches firmly in tho pocket. ■II. .m -lOJLlUim. Burnett of the Bonbam News re- tires aud leaves Gass alone. What will tho readers of the News do with GaB(8), if they cannot Burn-it? The weary traveler will find rest, refreshment, and kind attention at the Texas House. RIVER AND MARKETS. Jefferson, August 13, 1869. Tho river is quite low. Era No. 9 came into the neighborhood on laBt Wednesday. No change of conscqncnce in the Markets. Busiscss active for the summer season. Merchants buoyont in expectation of heavy trade the coming season. WHOLESALE PRICES.-Specie. Ootton ........... 16*819 Baoqjng—Indian, yard, 23 ®— Ikon Ties ... i 9 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 20 August 1869

1 Children, obey your 3?arents in all tilings in tho Lord, for this is right. Love ono another. The Home Advocate- kt je ;r 3t ts 2" |KV li- lt' a s- Youth and Children. UNCLE III AN K'S CHAT. Come, children, and lot us have a talk. It has been some time since %ve had a good, old fashioned, easy chat; and 1 hear that you are rather disposed to complain of Uucle Frank for his want of sociality among1 the little folks. lint right here let me remind you of what I told you once before. It is not the person who talks the most that loves you most every time. Some folks talk without an effort, and indeed I have sometimes thought because they could not help them- selves. They are like a wouud up clock with the main spring broken— except the clock finds a stopping place, but these talky folks never. You all read the letter from Bell- view in the Advocate last week, about the good little boys and girls that belong to the Sabbath School there, and how they are loved by every body because they ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 20 August 1869

r*j2jku9gsra 39harj«ni Remember now thy Creator in the Days of thy Y*onth, while the .Evil Days Draw not nij^li. am ■if ®fce Miwt IT. J. Pfitillo, Editor. JEFFERSON: corker wai-nut and lafayette st3.. Up Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. TEKMS.' SUBSCRIPTION—Currency. Ciio Volume, in advance ... 82 00 Six Months 1 25 Clubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 Clubs of Twenty-five '• " 1 50 ADVERTISING. kates per inch—specie. One Inch or less, each insertion, $1 00 One Mouth 2 50 Three Months 5 00 Six Months 8 00 Twelve Months 15 00 AU articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will be charged as adver- tisements. FRIDAY, AUG. 20, 18G9. clo, but the •woman whose pen is scarcely dry from writing these slanders upon the Southern people has now the effrontery to Hood Maryland, and, I presume, other Southern States, with advertise- ments, soliciting patronage for a new magazine t'j be called, treach- erously and temptingly enough, ' Ilearth and Home/ of which she is editress," Wc do not ...

Publication Title: Home Advocate, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 27 August 1869

THE HOME ADVOCATE. A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, l-Cducation* Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. «. A. UFXLVi Proprietor F. J. PATILLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. AUGUST 27. 1869. VOLUME I. nvisbqi ax. THE PRATT SENSATION. The telegrams in regard to the ar- rest of Maj. J. II. Pratt, in New York, have been 60 meagre and ir- regular, that it has been difficult to understand the progress and true nature of the case. The chief importance attached to the pffair was the collision between the civil authority of New York and the military authority of the United States—both claiming jurisdiction, lie was first arrested by the military authorities and confined in Fort Schuyler, thou discharged by Judge McCunn, on a writ of hebeas corpus. The Secretary of War ordered the military to hold him regardless of the decision of the civil court. The •civil court " maintained its dignity and self-respect" by directing the sheriff to summons a sufficient posse to relea...

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