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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 27 February 1869

"I ft - L n a IB© Diligent in Business, Fervent in Spirit, Serving the JjorcU Resist tlie .Adversary WHOLESALE Prices Current. SPECIE KATES. Corrected every week by comparison of Entries of Leading Dealers in the , City of Jefferson, expressly for the Home Advocate. February SO, 1869. Cotton—Ordinary.... —fol 8£ Good Ordinary, 16J© 17 Low Middling, 17^18^ Baugino—Indian, yard, 23 ®— Iron Ties 7i'<2> 9 Twine —@21 Dry Goods— Prints, Amer., yd Gflil2& English 8#Tj15A French 0^/(520 Domestics, unbleached, ^ y. 81*28 " Bleached 9^22 Cottqn yarns bale, 5 lbs ©1 75 Crackers—lOUlbs, $— OOjDlO 00 Coffee—Rio, ib 18 #20 Maokbkei,, No 1 in kits ®2 50 No. 2, in kits, @2 25 Sardines—Half boxes •# doz. ft 3 25 Quarter boxes it'2 00 Oysters—Cove, 2 ft cans dozen... .2 75®- 00 1 ft cans.. 1 759)- 00 Fi.our—St Louis, ^ bbl. 7 50a)10 00 Sugar—Pulv. and crushed %*lt> 17018 Louisiana, common 1 Hi)— Fair.... 11JCB12 " Full Fair 128)13 " Prime.... 130)— " Choice.... —-iD 14 Clarified.. 14Aw l...

Publication Title: Home Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 27 February 1869

Cfnldren, obey your [Parents irx all things in the Lord, for this is right. __ X-.OVO ■B—S The Home A.dvocate« For Youth nnd Children. We request Ministers of the Gos- pel and Teachers to act as our agents, and assist us in getting the Advocate into every family, Jureuile Wit. Archie T., hud reached that point in his studies, where it was thought advisable to put him iu Grammar. At this suggestion he was highly delighted. "But,"says the teacher, "I don't think there arc any of Clark's primary grammars in town." "0," replied Archie, "I know I heard Pa say Mr. S. was keeping books for Mr. W., and I guess he has plenty of Grammars." In a tea conversation a few eve- nings ago, the master of ceremonies suggested something that might hap- pen when Grant takes his seat. This puzzled the active and inquiring brain of little T., until finall he asked very gravely, " Fa, lias Mister Grant t>oe.u standing up over since he was ejected?" I saw you I saw you! the other night with somebody at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 27 February 1869

1 mm 411| %£§• if 1 | w rhb [Remember now thy Creator in the l~>ays of thy Youth, while the Evil Days Draw not nigh. lb; flow JMiwate. F. JT. Patillo, Editor. =SS=p==== JEFFERSON: corner wai.nut and lafayette 8ts., Up Stairs, over Foscue & Bro. TEHIS; SUBSCRIPTION—Specie. Cue Volmne, in advance .... 50 Six Months 1 00 Clubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 25 Clubs of Twenty-live " " 1 00 ADVERTISING. rates per inch—specie. One Inch or less, each insertion, $1 00 One Month 2 50 Three Months 5 00 Six Months S 00 Twelve Months 15 00 All articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will be charged as adver- tisements. SATURDAY, FEB. 21, 1869. Dlvin© Service. Methodist Church.—Rev. R. W. Thompsou, Pastor. Preaching every Sunday morning at 10.} o'clock. Also at night. Prayer meeting every Thurs- day night. Cumberland pre8byterian.--Rev N. P. Mod rail, Pastor. Preaching ev- ery Sunday at 10$ o'clock A. M., and at night. Prayer meeting every Tuesday night. Baptist Church.—Rev. C. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 5 March 1869

m A Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Kd*t©ation, Rome Enterprise, and (General Intelligence. «. A. KELLY. Proprietor- I . J. PAT1LMK Editor uh«1 t*nl>lt*fecr. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. MARCH 5. 1801K HSBI — Stick to one Thing. There arc many far mora who do iKJt stick to otic tiling long chough to make it pay, and consequently they lose in everything. At one time tf«ey conclude to devote them- selves to stcck raising. Before they get fairly under headway in this, they change their minds and: go back to raising gram. Some again make a speciality for a time of a certain crop—wheat, corn or pota- toes for instance. While they are I following this speciality, the crops may be small and the.prices low, and they turn to another just in time to miss large crops and good prices in what they have left. The best farmers we have ob- served arc those who first find out what their soil is best adapted to produce. They then turn their en- ergies in that direction and go strait forward in that l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 5 March 1869

t mmm Be [Diligent in Business, Fervent in Spirit, Serving the X^ord. Resist the .Adversary. I! t w 1 1 1 m i fry « a s I ! , WHOLESALE Prices Ourroiit specie kates. Corrected every wkkk by comparison of Entries of Leading Dealers in the City of Jefferson, expretsly for the iiomk Advocate. February f, 1860. Cotton—Ordinary.... — Good Ordinary, 16J® 11 Low Middling, 17£fl)184 Bagging— Indian, ^8 yard, 23 to— Ikon Ties 7jfd 9 Twine lb —©24 Dry Goods-— Prints, Amer., "P yd 6f®12 English fe£Dl5 French C^Q)2U Domestics, unbleached, If y. 8^28 " Bleached 9(1)22 Cotton yarns ty bale, 5 lbs ©1 15 Crackers—lOOlbs, $— 00®10 00 Coffee—Rio, ip lb 19 @21 Mackerel, No 1 in kits ©3 25 No. 2, in kits, ...... @2 15 sardines—Half boxes ^ doss. @8 40 Quarter boxes ©2 30 Oysters—Cove, 2 lb cans dozen... .2 15©- 00 1 lb cans 1 15©- 00 Fi,our—St Louis, 1? bbl. 6 00@8 00 Sugar—Pulv. and crushed %>ib 17©18 Louisiana, common 11©— Fair.... 11£©12 " Full Fair 12©13 " Prime.... 13©— " Choice.... —©14 " Clar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 5 March 1869

' I-'"11 Children, obey your IParents in all things in tho Lord, for thin is right, l^ove ono another. The Home Advocate* ir ic * For Youth and Children. We request Ministers of the Gos- pt'l and Teachers to uct as our agents, and assist us in getting the Advocate into every family, luclc Frank's Chat with the Chil- dren. To talk pleasantly and under standingly witli tho children, is something every-body can't do; and •something, too. that a great many people seem to have no disposition to do. Why? some of my little readers are ready to ask. That ia a hard question to answer, because there are so many men of so many minds. I have often wondered at it myself, for the most pleasant hours of my life, have been those spent in small talk with the little folks. I suppose there is something in the nature of people, that makes the •difference. When this is the case, you can fell it by their looks. This is the reason why children will " take up '' with strangers sometimes at first sigilit, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 5 March 1869

mm Remember now thy Creator in t&e of thy Youth, while the .Evil Days i3mw not nigh. i 4 in i- I -J III! ■I i m i rutillo, Editor. JEFFERSON: COKNEH WAI.NUT AND LAFAYETTE STS., Up Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. SUBSCRIPTION—Specie. C lie Volnme, In advance .... $1 50 Six Months 1 (X) Clubs of Ten or more, a year, ouch 1 25 Clubs of Twanty-five " *' 2 09 ADVERTISING. kates 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 00 All articles and notices of only per- sonal Interest will he charged as adver- tisements _ -, • FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1869. Plvino Service. Methodist Chubch.—Rev. E. W. Thompson, Pastor. Preaching every Sunday morning at 10JJ o'clock. Also iit night. Prayer meeting every Thurs- day night. Ci i mhEkT,and Pkesbttetjia?;.—Rev. N. P. Modrall, Pastor. Preaching ev- ery Sunday at 10| o'clock A. M., and at night. Prayer meeting every Tuesday night. Baptist Ciiubch.—Rev. C. S. Mc- i 'loud, Pastor. Preac...

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

,.. j *>■ .. i, t ■ ■ as THE HOME ADVOCATE ♦ .A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, IGdncatioiij Homo Enterprise, and General Intelligence. O. A. KI.M.Y. Proprietor. F. J. PATIJLLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, MARCH 13, 1869. VOLUME I. NUMBER flu Telegrapliio, From tlie Jlmplccute's Special. HIGHLY IMPORTANT ! Washington, March 7 th.—Grant, wife and son, with a small party, en- I tered the Metropolitan Church, and walked nearly to the Altar, but find- ing no special preparation made for them, departed. An apology was made from the pulpit, to the effect that hereafter space should be reserv- ed for the "resident. Shades of Washington and Jack- son, defend us ! What royal apes wo i are. For the Home Advocate. From Marshall. Mk. Editor: I notice in your val- uable Advocate that you invite Communications, provided they are adapted to your columns. Under •that restriction, this may be ruled out; if so, all right. But taking >the risks, I will venture to furnish you...

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

Diligent i*1 Business^ Fervent in Spirit* Serving the X^ord. Iie«i^t tlae Adversary. I ill! 4 , WHOLESALE Prices Ourrent SPECIE RATES. Corrected kvkry wkkk l t comparison of Entries of Leading Dealers in the City of Jefferson, exjircsky for the llomk Advocate. February 3*, 1&69. Cotton—Ordinary.... —{11 Good Ordinary, 10^817 Low Middling! Bagging—Indian, yard, Iron Ties Twine * lb.... Dry Goods— Prints, Amer., ^ yd.... English Erqnqb Domestics, unbleached, V y. " Bleached 9'0i22 Cotton yarns ty bale, 5 lbs ©1 75 Crackers—$ lOOlbs, $— OpZilQ 00 Coffee—Rio, IP lb 19 ©21 Mackerel, No 1 in kits ill1 25 No. 2, in kits, m '018J S3 ft— 7i« 9 —f?24 6ffil2 8© 15 Ci02Q tt'ok vw>-^o An? - "til* UUAVO V UU/i. ©2 ©3 't 2 75 40, 30 Quarter boxes .... Oysters—Cove, 2 lb cans dozen 2 75a- 00 1 lb cans 1 750- 00 Flour—St Louis, ^ bbl, 6 0008 00 -Pulv. and crushed ^lb 17® 18 SuGAll- liouisiaua, common " Fair.... Full Fair " Prime.... " Choice.... " Clarified.. Molasses—Louisiana, IP gal Tea—Bl...

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

Children, obey your ^Parents in all things in the Xjord, for this is right. one The Home _A.dvocate For Youth and Children. |& i JO I It ] [ii i1 |r- l!l B 3 J -V1 |o- ; 1 fy In- Pttj |W lir- j lm- S| J 101 Jwl |iC[ Ine )ffj J l°; JIS- „ (o: j j lutt Jj ch- f Ho" Pu' m fan H Irl m ib- io;i •an air '* a lo; tie, 56 1 8. iiiii* J -ry j 21 23 41 \ rSyr j ore do, . iOtPU 70 T I! do, Ea I'Uclc Frank's Chat with the Children* Last week I told you that I had seen one of the prettiest sights I ever saw, but <lid not have time to tell you what it was. Well, I sup- pose you are all curious to know ■what it was. Was it a beautiful red apple ? Not that. A rainbow ? No. 0, bird ! Not any sort of a bird. A flower ? a rose? Nothing of that sort. Well, was it a pretty little girl, with a new spring dress, glossy ringlets laughing eyes, blush- ing cheeks, and rosy lips ; all all fixed up like a May Queen ? That is beautiful indeed ; but you have not quite guessed it yet. It was all in a bunch...

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

Remember now thy Creator in the llays of thy Youth, while the -Evil Days Draw not nigh. m mt F. J. Patillo, Editor. t ■ II I II JEFFERSON: COHKF.lt WALNUT AND LAFAYETTE ST3. Up Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION—Specie. Cue Volume, in advance . ... §1 50 8ix Months 1 00 Clubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 25 Clubs, of Twenty-live •" " 1 00 ADVERTISING. KATES l'Elt INCU—SPECIE. One Inch or less, eacli insertion, $1 00 One Montli 2 50 Three Months ...... 5 00 Six Months 00 Twelve Months 00 All articles ami notices of only per- sonal interest will be charged as adver- tisements. SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1869. The Second Quarterly Meeting of the Jefferson station will be held next Saturday and Sunday, New School.—Capt. Jack Wateu- ilouse, assisted by Mrs. R. A. Clahk, from Jackson, Mississippi, will open a Male and Female School, next Monday, loth inst,, in the Tullis house, near Mr. Grimes'. They will teach all the branch- es usually taught in first class Acade- mies. The l...

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

THE HOME ADV0CATE. * A. "Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Education! Home Enterprise, and G-oneral Intelligence. C. A. KGLLV. Proprietor. F. J. PAT1LLO, Editor und Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, MARCH 20, I860. VOLI'ME NUIHBEK I. 9. m a M || -* > ^ m *> t V EPISCOPAL NOTES. Bishop Doggett, of the M. E. Church, South, is favoring the readers of the Baltimore Episcopal Methodist with notes of his " Recent Tour " through the Indian Nation and Texas. VVe read No. 1, and have just perused with unabated pleasure No. 5. The intermediate Nos. have escaped us. We clip the following paragraph from the last number: The reader will pardon a rflection which was forced upon me during the ride from Fort Smith. We met large numbers of emigrants returning from Texas to their former homes, or seeking new ones, in the older States. Wagons drawn by horses or oxen, traveling at the rate of ten or twelve miles a day, crowded with women and children, were of common occurrence. What astonished m...

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

' $$' He Diligent in Business, Fervent in Spirit, Serving tlie X^ord. Hesist tlie Adversary. 11 ] > WHOLESALE Prices Current SPECIE RATES. Corrected every week by comparison of Entrie* of Leading Dealers in the Oity of Jefferson, expressly for the Home Advocate. February 29, 1869. Cotton—Ordinary.... 170)lf£ Good Ordinary, — ®18| Low Middling, — ft>19" Bagging—Indian, yard, 23 {$— Iron Ties T£0) 9 Twine lb..., —0)24 Dry Goods— Prints. Amer., yd.,... 60il2| English 80) 15 A French C^20 Domestics, unbleached, ^ y. 8*#28 " Bleached 90)22 Cotton yarns ^ bale, 5 lbs 0)1 75 Crackers—ty lOOfbs, $— 000)10 00 Coffee—Rio, ty tb ,. 19 0)21 Mackerel, No 1 in kits ©3 25 No. 2, in kits 02 75 Sardines—Half boxes ^ doz. 0)3 40 Quarter boxes ©2 30 Oysters—Cove, 2 tb cans dozen... .2 750- 00 1 ibcans 1 75<D- 00 Flour—St Louis, "ft bbl. G 00$8 00 Sugar—Pulv. and crushed "$lb 170)18 Louisiana, common Fair.... 110- 11J0)12 12013 130— —014 14^016 50075 -01 75 Full Fair " Prime " Choice.... " Cla...

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

mmmm Children, obey your !Parents in all things in the Lord, for this is right, Love one another. m T'he Home .A_dvocate« For Youth and Children. M J 'I 4i t I 4 * We request Ministers of the Gos- pel and Teachers to uet as our agents, and assist us in getting the Advocate into every family, ••• —■ Sonic little friend sent us two dol- lars by letter, but forgot to locate, date or sign the letter. We have guessed at the proper credit to give, by the post mark on the envelope, " Starrville.'' Is E. L. B., right? For the Home Advocate. FROM MARSHALL. In presenting myself to the young readers of the Home Advocate, my great desire is to do so in a manner that will be both pleasing and inter- esting, trusting that the interview may result in stimulating them to a more enthusiastic search for the hidden truths that are contained in the lloly Scriptures. Little children were made a special object by our blessed Savior when upon earth, and most assuredly it is the duty of all to offer tlicm ...

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

Remember now thy Creator in the, !Days of thy Youth, while the JEvil Days Draw not nigli. t 1 !• * i 4 m 1 n r p mm ® b« "§om IT*. J. I'ntillo, Editor. JEFFERSON: corner walnut and lafayette 8ts., Up Stairs," Over Foscue & Bro. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION—Specie. One Volume, in advance . ... $1 50 Six Months 1 00 Clubs of Ten or moro, a year, each 1 25 Clubs of Twenty-live " " 1 00 ADVERTISING. 11ATE8 PER INCH—SPECIE. One Inch or less, each insertion, One Month . . . . . . Three Months ..... i Six Months . Twelve Months All articles and notices of only per- sonal Interest will bo charged as adver- tisements. 9\ 00 2 50 5 00 8 00 lo 00 SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1809. XMvi nc Service. Methodist CiICroh.—Rev. R. w. Thompson, Pastor. Preaching every Sunday morning at 10.V o'clock. Also at night. Prayer meeting every Thurs- day night. Cumberland Presbyterian.—Rev. N. P. Modrall, Pastor. Preaching ev- ery Sunday at 10J o'clock A. M., and at night. Prayer meeting every Tuesday night. Baptist Church....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 26 March 1869

If i5ft& ft h':: u v# fl 11 9 gtln n % .A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, 10ducation> Homo I^nterprise, and Ooneral Intelligence. . RELIT. Proprietor- . PAT1LLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. MARCH 20. 1869. voii'wr, i. NVMBFit 1*. M M ill'T COMMUNICATIONS. "Something Better than the ' Two dollar Sound,'" a reply to C<ei.ebs, by Veritas, too late Jor this week. "Home and its Loved Ones," by " Thk Violet ok the Wild Woods," received late. To insure insertion, communications must be accompa- nied with the author's name. But tliis is too good to hang np on a v question of courtesy and editorial rights. No doubt the neglect was an oversight in the writer. Think we have seen the fair hand before,, and hope to see it again. Will not " Maggie," or some other favorite of the muses give us—The Loved One from Home ? A friend of ours—a real true friend—writing from Dallas, is grieved that the Dallas Herald has not noticed the Home Advocate, and asks " How is this?"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 26 March 1869

Be Diligent iu Business, Fervent in Spirit, Serving tlie T-iord. Resist the Adversary. 4 :- mi ll! II h it I® I tin WHOLESALE Prices Current SPECIE. RATES. Corrected bvert week by comparison of Entries of Leading Dealers in the City of Jefferson, expressly for the Home Advocate. March 30, 1S60. Cotton—Ordinary.... 170171 Good Ordinary, —. 018£ Low Middling, — 019 Bagging—Indian, ^ yard, 23 0— Iron Ties 7^0 9 Twine V lb4... —0)24 Dry Goods— Prints, Amer., V yd 60)121 English 8015$ French 6^020 Domestics, unbleached, y. 8TP28 " Bleached 90)22 Cotton yarns bale, 5 lbs 0)1 75 Crackers—lOOlbs, $— OO0ilO 00 Coffee—Rio, ^Plb 19 0)21 Mackerel, No 1 in kits No. 2. in kits, 0)2 Sardines—Half boxes doz. 0)3 Quarter boxes 0)2 Oysters—Cove, 2 lb cans 1? dozen.... 2 750)- 1 lb cans 1 750- Flour—St Louis, bbl. 6 25 75 40 30 00 00 00 Sugar—Pulv. and crushed 1*lb 170)18 Louisiana, common 110)— Fair.... 11^012 Full Fair 120)13 " Prime.... 13®— " Choice.... —0)14 Clarified.. 14 £©16 Moi-asses—Louisian...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 26 March 1869

Children, obey your Parents in all things in the Lord, for this is right, JLove one another. The Home Advocate* For Youth and Children. BS#"* We request Ministers of the Gos- pel and Teachers to act as our agents, and assist us in getting the Advocate into every family, UNCLE FRANK'S CHAT WITH TOE CHILDREN. \V : have little room to acid much to the many good things which are •mid to the children in this number. I>v. J. LI. J. cornea from Marshall with hin nice little budget, opening with a pleasing anecdote illustrating the simplicity of a child's faith, fol- lowed by the second series of Scrip- ture questions. We know at least '•ue little boy who has found the answers to those of last week. Who will be the first to send in the an. swers, neatly written for publica- tion? Mrs. " Mentor," from it makes no difference where, gives a very plain explanation of the first sin and its dreadful consequences. We have already on " hook" (, a hook is a little piece of bent wire th,at we hang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 26 March 1869

* - ■ Remember now ;/■ !' «J> Patlllo, Editor. JEFFERSON: (w itN«R WALNUT AND LAFAYETTE STS., Up Stairs, Over Foscue & llro. TERMS. SU BSCRfPTIQN—C UBRENCT. ;/«« Volnme, in advauoe . . . . $2 00 Six Mouth# v. 1 25 Clubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 of Twenty-Aye • " l 50 ADVERTISING. *ATKS PKU INCH—SPECIE. One Inch or less, each insertion, 91 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- ts «omenta. ■* thy Creator in the l")aye of thy Youth, while the Evil Days Draw not nigh. FRIDAY, MAUCII 26, 1869. m I>lvi *ir> Horvioe. MLkthodist Chuhch.—Rev. R. W. Thompson, Pastor. Preaching every Sunday morning at 101 o'clock. Also at night. Prayer meeting every Thurs- day night. OtJMHH.nr.AND PnK8BYTEKIAN.—Rev. fl. P. Modrall, Pastor. Preaching ev- sry Sunday at 10J o'clock A. M., and at night. Prayer meeting every Tuesday night. JJaitist Church.—Rev. C. S. Mo- Clo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 2 April 1869

THE HOME ADVOCATE. A. "Weekly Journal IDevoted to Christianity, 10ducation Homo Enterprise, and General Intelligence. G. A. Ur,L(.l. Frwprietor. I". J. PATHjIjO, F.dilor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, APRIL 2, 1869. • VOV.HNE I. \ihui:k u. c . Tolograplaio, * I * M n r Special to Russell & Co. Hew York, April 1, 12 M.—Cotton market quiet and weak, 28|{j29;\.— Gold 311. New Orleans, April 1, 11, 30 A.M. Market very dull and unsettled, and actual quotations cannot be given.— Low Middling 27£. Gold 32*. DUALISTIC IDIOSYNCRASY. We are not very sure that this is the right expression for the peculiar phenomenon of the mental constitu- tion of two great minds running in tire same channel of thought, and giving utterance to the same thought in synonymous, it not the same words. By way of illustration : We read in the Jimplecute of the 80th inst., (last Tuesday,) an inter- esting acephalous article, giving some wholesome advice to young men. Good, said wo. Our eyes next fell upon an ar...

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