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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 21 January 1871

THE HOME ADVOCATE. «J. Patillo, Editor. COltNEH OK AUSTIN AN!) POLK ST'S. Up Stairs, in Sherrod Building. SUBSCRIPTION—BI'ECIK. Orio Volume, in advance $1 50 Clubs of Five or more, a year, each I 25 ADVERTISING. RATES PER INCH—SPECIE. Ono Inch or loss, each insertion, 91 00 One Month 2 50 Throe Months 5 00 Six Months 8 00 Twelve Months 15 00 All articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will bo charged as adver- tisements. CLUB. Texas Christian Advocate, worth - - - - - $,') 00 Home Advocate, 1 50 Both together, ... . 3 75 l}y the above arrangement, which is mutually agreed upon by the editors of the two papers, it will be seen that there is a saving of seventy-five cents to those who take both papers. The money (spe- cie) can be sent to either of the papers for both. * The Voice of Xature. Remembrances of the Past. Who hath not felt the silent \,'0t fill' from my father's resi- teachingof Nature? The Psalmist, dtMice was a school-house. It was* of old said of that great book...

Publication Title: Home Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 21 January 1871

M I" " Maktiij? Tracks. I r lil- [ht Lk ltit. ell lis lilt li- te. U Brave John .tlayuard. A lignt snow had fallen, and the j John was well known as a ftur- hoys desired to make the most of J dy, intelligent and God-fearing it. It was too dry for the snow- pilot 011 Lake Erie. He had charge hailing, and not deep enough for j of a steamer from Detroit to Buf- eoasting. It did very well to make j falo, one summer afternoon. At tracks in. i that time those steamers seldom There was a large meadow near the plaee where they assembled. !lt was proposed that they should go to a tree which stood near the centre of the medow, and that each one should start from the tree, and should see who could make the j as pale as ashes, and said : straightest track ; that is, go from " Captain, the ship is 011 fire." the tree in the nearest approach to | Fire! tire! lire ! tire!" instant- a straight line. The proposition j Iy resounded in all directions. carried boats. Smoke was ascending from be- low, a...

Publication Title: Home Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 21 January 1871

Fashion. The Goddetis fashion Hits upon her throne unmolested by law or principle. Cognizant of her power, she is unmerciful to all who do not bow in submission at her shrine. Her mode of punishment is to curl the lip of scorn and point the finger of derision at the unruffled dress, or shoes without the "Shoo-fiy" hows. She is not only severe upon the disobedient, but upon her sub- jects also; for the poor things are always on the alert, that when her programme changes they will be first to pay respect to the new in- vention. Every season they must get a new hat, besides the seaside and sailor hat which, in attending to domestic affairs, are so much more convenient than the sun- bonnet of old. There is many a house-keeper who has learned do- mestic economy by being a votary of' fashion ; for, if her husband re- fuses to add another ten to the stun of money already given, that she might have a long over-skirt instead of the "shoo-lly," which is now unfashionable, she goes to her kitc...

Publication Title: Home Advocate, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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