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

-nrz--rr. =srr-r—- j|3o Busiaossi, F^pyoji^ in Serving(Lord. « the .Adversary. I#-' WHOLE^,! Prices Oti^ro^t. ,v ai'J£CiJ2:liATES. :,iflN *&&s City of Jefer'*)*; etipMt&fo* <*« BWitt Advocate. March <•, 1SC9. Cotton—OrdfnfJjK ■* I, 9 ^Vl^ Good Ordinary, — to 18^ Low Middling, — tfj)19£ Baogi.vg—Indian, yard, 23 ■id— Iron Ties vrtt'ii wirf*"®!® Twinn^lb,.,,;' Drt Goods— «jt hfSJ, «« Prints, Amer., yd 6:0)121 English ;.... Vrtd<. J'ffijM French., .'V. fcT'^tiy fclift ri*1"0 Domestics, unbleached, IP y.' afra# Bleached 0022 Cotton yarns bhlq, 5 lbs fill V5 Crackers—^ lddfts, $— 00a 10 00 Coffee—-Rio, $ lb 19'%], Mackerel, No 1 ir\|cit ^. ,^ £b3 25 No.."..f.". 02 75 Sardines—Half boxes 1? .dQz. f(i3 40 QuarteV mfta, . 02 30 Oysters—Co v'o, , 2 lb cans ^ apzjfii;;. .2 7,5^- 00 1 ife cans... 1 .'...'..'. T 75 0- 00 Flopb—St Louis, IP bb]. (| ,00(j)8 00 —Pulv. ap4 criisbud wife 1.7jftl8 Louisiana, common 1 '***— Suoah- Molassrs- Fair. Full Fair I'rime,..", OlloiuC. , ....

Publication Title: Home Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 2 April 1869

Children, obey your Parents in all things in the Lord, for this is right, l-iove one anothor. The Home Advocate- For Youtli and Children. *■ Ml m We request Ministers of the Gos- pel and Teachers to act as our agents, ami assist us in getting the Advocate Into every faintly, — — >m> — For The Home Advocate. ANSWER TO QUESTIONS. Jefferson, Texas, March 23, 'GO Uncus Frank.—Mr J. II. J. asks the Sunday School, at this place three questions, and I think I have the correct answers. A)is. 1 si. The Angel of the Lord was at the threshing place of Arau- uah the Jebusite. 2d Samuel 24, 16. A us. 2nd. It was Levi that paid tithes while in the loins of his father Abraham, to Melchizedek, king of* Salem. Genuesis 14, 20. Heb. 7, S. 10. Ans. 3d. Nebuchadnezzar was the king that gathered the sheriffs of the province. Daniel 3. 4. We would love for Mr J. II. J. to come and see us and talk of the beautiful truths contained in the Bible. I hope he will ask us other questions. TRUTH. Miss Eliz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 2 April 1869

Remember now thy Creator in the Days of thy Youth, while the .Evil Days Draw not nigh. 'fe porar JJrorate. F. J. I?n.tillo, Editor. JEFFERSON: COBNER walnut and lafayette sts., Up Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION—Currency. Cue Volnme, in advance . ... $2 00 Six Months 1 25 Clubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 Clubs of Twenty-iivc k* " 1 50 ADVERTISING. rates per inch—specie. One Inch or less, each insertion, 61 00 Oae 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, APRIL 2, 1869. A Sacramental Meeting will com- mence at the Cumberland Presbyte- rian Church to-day, and continue over Sunday. Other Ministers of this city, and their congregations, will join Bro. Modrall in the services of this occasion, by invitation. To- day (Friday) is set apart as a day of fasting and prayer. —— GEORGE A. KELLY, The leading manufacturer of East- ern Texas, and Propri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 8 April 1869

m I ■ A. "Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, 10ducation> Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. «. A. KELLY. Proprietor. F. J. I'ATILLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, APRIL 8. 1869. voLinr. i. NUMBER 1*. w OUR CORRESPONDENTS. It was the Rev. A. M. Marler that sent us the eleven subscribers from Coffeeville. Rev. T. B. Norwood sends us fifteen names from Daingerfield, Hickory llill, and Snow Hill, and promises to "still labor for the Home Advocate." Rev. J. W. Fields, an old and tried friend, and a veteran of the cross, writes : " Permit me to congratulate you iu the chair editorial. The Home Advocate is a decided success—the very thing we need in Texas to sup- ply a place in our literature. The ju- venile members of my family are de- lighted with it. Indeed I am pretty fond of it myself." Capt. W. J. Clark, formerly of this place, now of Dallas, is laconic: " Your H. Ad.—lam delighted with ~it. Go on Frank. Stick to it." Sends 1 subscriber. * We don't "stick" t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 8 April 1869

m J U.-IU * ]3e Diligent in Business, Fervent in Spirit, Serving the Ix>rd. liesist the Adversary. WHOLESALE ^Prices Current SI'ECIK RATES. Corrected evert week by comparison of Entries of Leading Dealers in the City of Jefferson, expressly for the Home Advocate. March 20, 1809. .rroif—Ordinary.... Good Ordinary, — €Dl8 Low Middling, ]p| £J19 Bagging—Indian, ^ yard, 23 ft— Iron Ties 9 Twined lb.... —024 Drt Goods— Prints, Araer., ^ yd 6fi)12| English 8{jl5| French.... C\u20 Domestics, unbleached, "iPy. 8*^28 " Bleached 9a>22 Cotton yains bale, 5 lbs ©1 75 Crackers—lOUlbs, $— 00ft 10 00 Cokfee— Rio, ft> 19 ©21 Mackerel, No 1 in kits ©3 25 No. 2. in kits, ©2 15 Sardines—Half boxes doz. ©3 40 Quarter boxes ©2 30 Oysters—Cove, 2 ib cans IP dozen.. . .2 15©- 00 1 lb cans 1 15©- 00 Flour—Sfc Louis, ^ bbl. 6 00©8 00 SuGjin—Pulv. and crushed "$lb 11©18 Louisiana, common Fair.... 11©- 11 J©12 12© 13 13©- —©14 14 S© 16 Full Fair " Prime.... " Choice.... " Clarified.. VJolassks—Louisi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 8 April 1869

as Children, obey your Parents in all tilings in tho Lord} for ttiis is right* hov© ono another. The Home Advocate* For Youth and Children. 4 fa f M 5We request Ministers of the Gos- pel and Teachers to act as our agents, and assist us in getting the Advocate 1 nto every family, We invite communications on subjects adapted to the character of our paper. — m I0i Children, tell it to your parents ; parents, make it known to your children ; reader, declare it to your neighbors, as it is published in the streets of Jefferson, that the Iloine Advocate is a success, and that ev- ery family in the land ought to have it. 'We are informed by a friend in Dallas, that Rev. T. M. Smith, paBtor of the Methodist Church at that place, is looking up a club of ten little boys and girls who are not able to pay for a paper, at the sug- gestion of some benevolent person who proposes to forward the names and money to the Ilome Advocate, for them. This is a good move, and we take the liberty of saying th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 8 April 1869

SHSH-S-—HSS Remember now thy Creator in the Hays of thy Youth, while the Evil Days Draw not nigh. lit* fwm ^Avmte. F. «T. Patillo, Editor. JEFFERSON: CORNER WALNUT AND LAFAYETTE STS., Up Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. TERMS; SUBSCRIPTION—Currency. Cue Volume, in advance .... |2 00 Six Mo/iths 1 25 Clubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 Clubs of Twenty-live u " 1 50 ADVERTISING. RATES PER INCH—SPECIE. One Inch or less, each insertion, 91 00 One Month 2 50 Three Months & 00 Six Months & 00 Twelve Months . . . . . 15- 00 All articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will be charged as adver- tisements. THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1863. Capt. W. J. Clark, of Dallas, is au thorized to act as our ageut. Capt. Asa Holt, of Garden Valley, Smith County, is authorized to act as our agent. Ministers of the Gospel, of every denomination, and teachers, are re guested to act as agents for the Advocate. Help us, friends. - - - <«> -— By an oversight we failed last week to note that we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 16 April 1869

B ' !?bb *■ i tg ; ■ mr: # A. Weekly cToxirnal Devoted to Christianity, IGduoationi Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. <«. A. KELLY, Proprietor- s''. 3. PATILLO, Editor ami Publisher. JEFEERSOI, TEXAS, APRIL 1G, 1869. VOMrmiE I. NUlHBEtt IS. For The Homo Advocate. FROM MARSHALL. Mr. Editor—" Will your corres- pondent J. II. J. give the names of the twelve Apostles, as they answer to the twelve precious stones, and their literal interpretations ?" The above request, I find in the last issue of the Advocate. I feel somewhat at a loss to realize the precise character of information de- sired by " Backwoodsman." To un- dertake to furnish him with a literal interpretation of the " precious stones " we fear would occupy too much of your space, and to attempt to prove that the twelve Apostles of Christ were designedby him to an- swer to the twelve precious stones, I am satisfied that I should have to look somewhere outside of the Bible for the evidence It is true that a beautifu...

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

life 13e Diligent in EBusiness, I Vjrvent in Spirit, Serving the T^ord. liesist tlie .Adversary. WHOLESALE Prioe® Current SPECfH RATES. Corrected kvkkt week by fotnparigon of Entries of Leading Dealers in the City of Jtfenon, expressly for the Home Advocate. April 8, 1869. iTanj — «J18 1PJ 019 23 O— tjfe 9 ~«24 I'urroN—Ordinary.... Good Ordinary, Low Middling, Hagoing—-Indian, ^ yard, Iron Ties Twino tb..., 1)by Goods— Prints, Amer., yd 6H12J English .... 8®15| French G|fl>20 Domestics, unbleached, $ y. 83R28 " Bleached 9^22 Cotton yarns 1? bale, 5 lbs Ml 76 Crackers—lOl'fcs, $— OOSlO 00 Ooffek—Rio, ^ lb 19 ®21 Mackerel, No 1 in kits. 03 25 No. 2, in kits 02 76 Sardines—Half boxes ^ dose. US 40 Quarter boxes ®2 30 Oysters—Cove, 2 lb cans dozen... .2 750- 00 1 lb cans i.. 1 750- 00 Floor—St Louis, V bbl. 6 oo08 00 Sugar—Pulv. and crushed Wb 17018 Louisiana, common llO— Fair.... ll|Ol2 " Full Fair 12013 " Prime.... ISO— " Choice.... —Ol4 " Clarified.. 14|Ol6 Molasses—Louisiana, t? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 16 April 1869

Children, obey your Parents in all things in the Lord, for this is right, Lovo one another. The Home Advocate- For Youth and Children. For the Home Advocate. from Marshall. Mr. Editor:—I tear my little S. School Children may be dissatisfied with me for not having- it c|iat with them last week But I will tell them about what I call a model S. School Class, then I hope they will forgive ine the unintentional neglect. Their good teacher was instructing them upon that part of the Lord's prayer, " Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven," said to them, " You have told me my dear children, what it is to be done—the will of God; and where it is to be done—on earth; and how it is to be done—as in heaven. Now tell me how do you think the angels and the happy spirits do the will of God in heaven, as they are to be our patterns ?" The first child replied, " They do it immediately;" the second. "They doit diligently;" the third, "They do it always ;" the fourth, "They do it with all their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 16 April 1869

v#- agiuitL Remember now thy Creator in the Days of thy Youth, while the Evil 33a\ Draw not nigh. Mt gome JUhwate. F. J. Patlllo, Editor. JEFFERSON: COIlSEH WALNUT AND LAKAYETTE 8T3., Up Stairs, Over Foscuo & Bro. TERMS: SUBSCRIPl'ION—COBHtNCT. Cno Volume, In advance .... 92 00 Six Months 1 25 Clubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 Clubs of Twenty-live " " 1 50 AD VEKTI SING. HATES l'EB INCH—SPECIE* Ono 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 bo charged as adver- tisements. FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 18G9. 'Whether knowledge is a good thing or not depends entirely upon the use to which it is put. Knowledge within itself is negative, and can hardly be said to possess either'good or bad qualities ; but motive is posi- tive, and exercises a controlling- in- ' o fluence over knowledge, applyiug it to good or bad ends. Thus it ap- pears that the end, and not the knowledg...

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

uttax. Ia&? IOS THE HOME ADVi)CATE C, A. KELLf. Proprietor f, J. PATILLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. APRIL 23, 1869. VOLUME I. DIBEtt 11- mer- '.iter ken low £k- the id 1% iSES, pox adc. leal- has- lltP, rea- Jow rciy )ES. US. OF D rs. ant S> INTUITIVE PniLOSOPUY. A determined mother whipped her joy into a boisterous cry, and by the ianio process sought to subdue him oto silence. Whack!—hush!—Aro you going 0 hush ? " How can ha hush when you keep 1 banging on ?" whimpered a sym- iatliizing playmate, of about the ;ame age. There was a good deal ,f childish philosophy in the sugges- tion. To stop the crying by contin- ued whipping, appeared to the uu- ophisticated mind of childhood the jame as to destroy an effect by re- peating the cause. Nevertheless, the end is often thus accomplished— imply vocal restraint. But it is a piore serious question whether by the same means a greater amount af anger is not engendered and Iound up in the heart of the child, t'inay be f...

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

4 fe IP ft' m . usmess, , UWvent in Spirit, Serving tlie T^ord. Resist the -Adversary. WIIOLEHALE Prices Current SPECIE BATES. Corrected every week by comparison of L'ntrie# of Ltadiny Dealers in the Vita of Jpjftvton, crprcsnly for the Home Advocate. April 13, I8C9. Corro.v—Ordinary.... 17fHl7$ Good Ordinary, — {i 18" Low Middling, 1PJ 019 Backsin'g—Indian, yard, 23 CD— Jrow Ties 0 Twino 1Mb —f®24 Dry Goods— Prints, Amor., yd 6f®12 English 8fl)15_ French . C^fi)20 Domestics, unbleached, $ y. 8^28 Bleached 93)22 Cotton yarns 13 bale, 5 lbs {$1 15 Crackers—w lOOfts, $— OOfilO 00 Coffek—Rio, 1? Ib 19 ©21 Mackerel, No 1 in kits 03 25 No. 2, in kit^, 02 15 Sardines—lLilf boxes 1? doz. 03 40 Quarter boxes 02 30 Oysters—Cove, 2 lb cans "P dozen.., .2 150- 00 1 lb cans 1 150- 00 Flour—St Louis, ^ bbl. 6 00^8 00 Sugar—Pulv. and crushed %^tt> 11018 Louisiana, common Fair.... 110— 1U012 12fl)13 130— —014 14J016 60015 -01 15 Full Fair " Prime.... " Choice.... " Clarified.. Moi.asses—Louisia...

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

>0pul r in cast. a dey flc' youth truth. flaim, eritas, " will d win at all. groat tndcd Sdonj - and ie in ifo?" i wed hout vise, and' X'ho Home .Advocate* For l'oiith and Children. The answers to Scripture ques- tions of last week arc slow coming in—partial and imperfect. We will give till next week for their com- pletion, when they iruy be handed in with answers to the qnestious in this number. One little girl says tell J. II. J. to ask easier questions — she has to read the Bible through and through to find them. Peep Eye witnessed a comic scene the other day in a store on Dallas. A big boy about eighteen years old called tor firecrackers, and a bundle was brought forth. Suppose he was preparing for the next fourth of July, as Christmas and new year have been so long gone by. While the clerk was looking up the little xplosives, where they had been 'stored away for next Christmas, the boy asked permission of the pro- prietor to eat some sugar. " 0, wo don't sell sugar by the ha...

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

yp m ) k 4 S; lr' m i | F. J. I atIllo. Ed« JEFFERSON: ( OUSEIt WALNUT AWD LAFAYETTE 8T*., lip Stairs, Over Foacue & Bro. terms-- SUBSCRIPTION—CURRENCY. •2 00 SiX JH01KI18 . } 25 « lubs of Teu or more, a year, each 1 75 Clubs of Twenty-tive M *' 1 50 Qm Vohunc, in advance Six Mouths • ADVERTISING. rates per inch—si-kcie. One Inch or less, eacli insertion One Month Three Months Six Months Twelve Months .... All articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will be charged as adver- tisements. 81 00 2 CO G 00 8 00 15 00 FRIDAY, APRiL 23, 1869. From RevT. E. Norwood, Dainger- liold, 819.25 specie, club money. From Rev. A M.Marler,Coffeeville, #15 specie, o.ub money. —— "" Many thanks to Miss M. R. M. for the prettiest bouquet of flowers we have seen this season—another evldencee of the popularity of the Home Advocatc. It has u the red, white, and blue." Wc bad a furious storm, with liai! aud raiu. on Monday, The most se- rious damage wc.havo heard of was the blowing down of John...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 30 April 1869

5* as. IqUv 0. *Ot> nicr- *'««• aken low 'ER- " tie THE HOME ADVOCATE ♦ A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Kdncation Home Enterprise, and Q-eneral Intelligence. G. A. KELLY. Proprietor. F. J. PAT1LLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, APRIL 30, 1869. VOLUME I. ftl lUBEIl IS* Urn itinj SRs Box 'ade, ileal- ihas. Hits, rca- low very OES. t:s, Op APPRECIATION—FLATTERY. It is not only necessary to "teach the young idea how to shoot," but it is of great importance to help it to shoot. It is needful also that it be encouraged in shooting. Nor will vc undertake to say at what stage of development the young idea at- tains the strength of self support. Suffice it to say that far to many of the shooting ideas of youth are "nipped in the bud" by the frosts of neglect The most worthy are fre- quently most distrustful of self, ready to give up the struggle for ev- ery discouragement. There are a few noble examples that have risen above their surroundings; People are prone to ext...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 30 April 1869

,:'.V*,V /."j . "OJlt in the HOSIJS Bagging-Indian, V yard, ftfm-:■ Costok—Ordinary.... Good Ordinary, Loyr Middling, April 99f I860. 16U161 —lion IP o- 83 Q— H'(J0 9 —©24 §0m H Twine If tb. }()OP8— 'eir.t*, Aroer.,'# yd 6012 Knffiiidi fctcl5 French C£fJs2v Domestics, unbleached, V y- 8^28 Bleached 9«22 {JiiUnn ynrna V oa!e, 5 lbs 75 OflACums—V 10l>lbs, $— 00010 00 Coffee—Ri< , V tt> 19 021 Mackerel, No 1 in kits...... 03 25 No, 2, in kit < 02 15 Sai?ci,n'Kh—Half boxes V doz. 03 40 02 Quarter buses.. Oyctkm—Cove, 2 tb cans dozen.. 1 ih cans Flows—St, Louis, V bbl Su5A8—Pulv. and crumbed ^lb 11018 , .2 150- . 1 150- G 00010 Louisiana, common '• Fair.... 1U012 12 Full Fair 12013 Prime.... ^130— " Choice. Clarified.. 141016 05 Molasses—Louisiana, ^ gal. 65015 Tba —Black V tb —01 15 Green, Imperial, V tb. .1 5002 25 Ric?—Vlb 10010$ Raisins—box $404 50 Half box 202 55 Sai,t—Liverpool coarse, $2 0002 25 Bacon—Clear sides, tb 11018 Canvassed Hams, ^ tb 17J02O Lard—f tb 18020 Bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 30 April 1869

u <1, and ■sox, 'y sen- v'c, for Vh lling t5 >. how * com. sire to younff r' may Children, obey your ^Parents in all things in the Lord, for this is right, Love one another. to at- that a H'Ublc, fc he is. i com. ' think t. 1> has mage. ; from tin are While com- ite to t'e vyr, on a tiding ! and story. 3 led social I de- is for grew mfre- ly in- arid d of- con- I off II Oil and ! gO- cked inga aglit was k to pur* >me: rate e in ink- me; ack tay/ felt to ill I irne md but Irs. g, ely ev- for ed- u Id nit to mo heartily sorry, and I know it is but just that I should die. But before I do die, I want to say a few words to the young men of my country as a warning to them, In my childhood my parents taught me iny duty to God and man. They tlid'nt even allow me to play mar- bles on Sunday. I was a good boy up to my fifteenth year, when 1 went into the Confederate army. Unfor- tunately for ine, I went into a com- pany of very wicked men; they were ^niy companions, and step by st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 30 April 1869

Remember now thy Creator in the Days of thy Youth, while the Evil Days Draw not nigh. HsI m §mt vmk. jr. J. Pntlllo, Alitor. JEFFERSON: cobneb walnut and lafayette sts., Up Stairs, Over Foscue A Bro. ~~ TEB1S. SUBSCRIPTION—Cubbencv. Cue Volume, in advance .... 82 00 i-iix Months 1 25 ( Jubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 < of Twenty-live " " 1 50 ADVERTISING. bates peb inch—specie. One Inch or less, each insertion, One Month Three Months . Six Months . . Twelve Months All articles and notices of only per scu&l interest will be charged as adver tiaeaents. &-■ , • : $1 00 2 50 5 00 8 00 15 00 FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1869. Divi no Service. Methodist ChOkcii.—Rev. R. W. Thompson, Pastor. Preaching every Sunday morning at 10$ o'clock. Also hi night. Prayer meeting every Thurs- day night. Cumberland pbesbytf.kian.~Rev. N. P. Modrall, Pastor. Preaching ev- ery Sunday at 10J o'clock A. M., and at night. Prayer meeting every Tuesday night. Baptist Chubch.—Rev. C. S. Mc- Cloud, Pastor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 7 May 1869

THE HOME ADVOCATE ♦ A. "Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, 10ducation> Home [Enterprise, and Q-eneral Intelligence. O. A. KELLY. Proprietor. F. J. PAT1LLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, MAI 7, 1869. VOLUME I. Nt'MBEH !«• i D For the Home Advocate. EARTH AND MAX. We have taken hold of a thread almost as endless as the silken line which the spider carries with her, to be ready at any time to make a dwelling, a snare, a web, a tight rope, a clothes line, or a telegraphic cable. But like Iter also I will al- ways keep a little gum at hand, so that I can at any point cut of the thread and make fast the end of it. I will not unwind the whole ball. The past, present, future and final numbers of our race, the home of their residence, and the field of their operations, afford a theme for thought of vast extent, and of deep human interest. We all expect a day when the whole number of mankind destined to exist will be fulfilled. Then peop- le will no longer marry or be given ...

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