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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 7 May 1869

f IS : I- mmmsk . ft ]^e Diligent in Business Fervent in Spirit, Serving the X^ord. liesist the Adversary. ___ _ WHOLES IALB prices Current SPECIE RATES. Corrected every week 1>V comparioon of Kntrie of iMding Dealern in the, City of <bfer90H,expre *ly for the Home ADVOCATE. April SO, 1869. Cotton—Ordinary.... 16® 1C Good Ordinary, —llfjll Low Middling, lf^CD- Baoclvo—Indian, If yard, 23 il Ikon Ties........... Twine V lb,.,. Dry Goods— Prints, Amor., ^ yd.... English 8Q li>4 French OJ02O Domestics, unbleached, l?y. 8^28 " Bleached 9j&22 Cotton yarns balo, 5 lbs Ctll 15 Cbackers—V lOOlbe, $— 00f(,10 00 CoFFEK—Rio, 1ftt> 19 fti2l Mackerkl, No 1 in kits ti-'> 25 No. 2, in kit* ©2 15 Sardinbs—Half boxes If doz. Quarter boxes Oysters—Cove, % ft cans If dozen.. 1 lb cans Flour—St Louis, If bbl 1$® 9 —024 60121 to 3 40 02 30 . .2 "J 50 . 1 15©- 6 00010 Sugar—Pulv. and crushed Iflb 17018 Louisiana, common 110— Fair.... 11*012 Full Fair 12013 " Prime.... 130— " Choice.......

Publication Title: Home Advocate, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 7 May 1869

Ohildren, obey your Parents in all things in the Lord, for this is right, Love one another. The Home _A.dvocate« For Youth au<l Children. I For the Home Advoc&ttf. TO THE CHILDREN. I have been thinking of you to- day children, and now for a little talk, the days work is done, and all is still. The stars have come out one by one until the heavans are glorious, The inoon is not so bright yet as to dim their brightness. I have felt glad that God made so many beau- tiful things for us to took at. that He gave us the faculties to appreci- ate and admire his work's. Then when wo look at ourselvs, see what skill and wisdom displayed. Our bodies are the soul's house. God made the body for that part of us which cannot die to live in, and do you know the body and the soul be- long to him, for he made both. Yes we ail belong to God and I am glad of it, for he is so good and kind, and wants us to be good and kind too Now remember you are God's-child by creation, and he loves you more tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 7 May 1869

Remember now thy Creator in tKo Days of thy Youth, while the JCvil Daw Draw not nigh. dtwaff. F. JT. Pnttllo, Editor. JEFFERSON: COttNEIt WALNUT AND LAKAYETTK 8TS. Up Stairs, Over Fogcue & Bro. TEBM9. SUBSCRIPTION—Cukbkncv. One Volnnw, In advance .... $2 00 Six Months 1 36 <;iisb# of 'fen or more, a year, each 1 7r> (.lub.s of Tweuty-ttte " " 180 ADVERTISING. HATES PER INCII—SPECrE. One Inch or less, each Insertion, ®l 00 One Month 2-5° Three Months . . . •, • • 6 00 Six Months 8 00 Twelve Mouths 15 00 All articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will be charged as adver- tisements. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1869. AT MARSHALL. SUN1>AY SCHOOL CELEBRATION. Wo have been to Marshall; that is to say, wo have been on a pleas- ure trip. Early impressions arc last- ing-, and this accounts foe our undy- ing affection for the homo of out early youth. Marshall—her sacred temples, halls of learning, old far miliar faces, noblo youth, amiable women, and pretty girls—we love them all. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 14 May 1869

T HE HO ME AD V OCA T E 3§C A. "Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Kduoation Home Enterprise, and G-eneral Intelligence. G. A. KELLY. Proprietor. F, J. PAT1LLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. MAY 14. 1869. VOLUME I. N(Ji«3EK 17. T elegraphic A WAR WITH EUBOPE IMMINENT! From the Jimplecute Extra. London, May 12.—Initiatory steps have been taken for an alliance offen- sive and defensive between England. France, and Spain, against the United Slates, in view of the rejection of the Alabama treaty [claim j Washington, May 12.—McClellan's visit to-day had reference to Stevens' floating batteries lor the defence of New York "harbor, whereof McClellan is engineer in chief. The <tripple alliance dispatched and telegraphed at noon was a London spe- cial to the Tribune. Its promulgation here created intense excitement. Attention is called to the new ad- vertisement of G. A. Kelly on fourth page. Ool. R. W. Loughery, of the Mar- shall Republican and Jefferson Times, paid us a v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 14 May 1869

Tie Diligent in Business Fervent in Spirit, Serving the I^ord. Hesist th.e Adversary. 1 leair.j —nmii lejffl- 23 a— 7|0 9 —024 WHOLESALE Current- SPECIE BATES. Corrected evkrv week by ccmparitmi (if Kntrie* of lAadiwj Dealer* tn the City of Jeffeno*, erprettty for the Home advocate. May T, i860. Cotton*—Ordinary— Good Ordinary, Low Middling, Hagcixo—Indian, V yard, irqn Ties Twino f ]b,,,. j)ur Goods— Trints, Amer., 1? yd 6(1121 English 8*1515| French OJ02O Domestics, uubleached.^y. 8lf28 " Bleachcd 9022 Cotton yarns V bale, 5 lbs 01 75 Crackers—$ lOOlhs, 00ft 10 00 Coffee—Rio, IP tt> 19 ©21 Mackerel, No 1 in kits...... 03 25 No. 2, in kits 02 15 >ardinks—Half boxes doz. 03 40 Quarter boxes CJ2 30 Orsnens—Cove, 2 lb cans dozen... .2 150- 00 1 lb cans 1 15fj— 00 7lour—St Louis, V bbl. 6 00,(10 00 Sua ah—Pulv. and crushed fib 11018 Louisiana, common lit®— Fair.... 11J012 Full Fair 12013 " Prime.... 13a— " Choice —a 14 Clarified.. 14 $016 itoijissss—Louisiana, IP gal. 65075 '!*)e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 14 May 1869

Children, obey your Parents in all things in the Xiord, for this is right. Love one another. The Home ,A.dvocate« For Youtla and Children. O UNCLE FRANK'S CIIAT. It gives 1110 great pleasure to learn that the children are pleased with our Home Advocate, and particularly that they look with interest for " Un- cle Frank's Chat." I have not been talking to you much lately, because you have been so much more inter- ested by other kind friends ; and you know it is not polite to speak when others are talking. I have seen a company of children trying to have a conversation, when every one was talking and nobody listening. It was just like the chat- ter of a bevy of blackbirds. And I must say that there are some grown folks that behave no bettor. But we are talking to the children now. Did you never hear a conversation of this sort, by several little girls : 0, Sallie. that is such a lovely Iiat you have ; how much Did your ma trim it for Only thiee dol Oh, it's a perfect beau Beautiful flo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 14 May 1869

RememI >w thy Creator ■Hi in the Days of thy "Vouth, while w tiemc JMvuKtt. F, ,J. Patillo, Editor. J E FPERSO N: CORNER WALNUT AND LAFAYETTE ST8 Up Stalri, (Her Toteuo &Bro. TfKXS .SUBSCRIPTION—CUUBKNCT. One Volume, In advance . . . . #2 00 Six Monti# 1 25 s.'lafcs often or more, a year, each 1 75 Clubs of Twenty-live " " 1 BO ADVERTISING. SATES PEE INCH—SPECIE. Ono Inch or less, each Insertion, §1 00 One Month 2 50 Three Months 5 00 Six Months 8 00 Twelvo Months 15 00 All articles and notices of only per- sona! interest will be charged as adver- tisements. LArh i Jkt Mi Spfcoh of IH A. Loomh, upokcn beHfrre crowning the May Queen, atjielly In. stltue> May 1st, 1860. FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1869. Our young friend J. G. Wellborn informs us that he will leave Jeffer sou on the next steamer on a visit to Mississippi, his former home, where ho expects to spend the Summer He has kindly offered to act as agent for tho Home Advocate, and if he proves as popular at home as he is here, (e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 21 May 1869

THE HOME ADVOCATE * A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, X0d\ioation Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. G. A. KELLY. Proprietor. F. J. PATfLLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, MAY 21, 1869. vo4figf.£ Ml) A KELIGIOUS CALCULATION. ' Ministers cost yearly Thieves " Lawyers " " Rum " " $12,000,000 40,000^)09 70,000,000 200,000,000 The above curious estimate wc clipped from an exchange and have had it "on hook" for some time with the view of making a few observa- tions. It may appear an odd associ- ation-^ministers, thieves, lawyers, rum; but it is nevertheless a natural one. Rum (by which is meant here spirituous liquors of all kinds) makes thieves; thieves not only depredate upon their neighbors'goods.but create the greatest necessity for lawyers ;and the minister stands as a preventive •of ail the evils which flow from rum, or indeed from a depraved heart. In a mere financial view, wo have here suggested the importance of the ministerial office. All the minister'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 21 May 1869

- : 1 ' - v " - J3e Diligent in Business Fervent in Spirit, Serving the Lord. liesist the .Adversary. Graves, the gallant preserver of his child'# life. "Thank God tliat I obeyed her yesterday, when sho re- quested me not to put Tom in irons. Had I been obstinate—had I placed Tom in confinement, llosc must have been lost; for I am sure that no oth- f:r man in tho ship would have had tlie bravery to attempt her rescue in nuoh a storm as that we have had." "You aro right," answered Clarc- mont." "One good action always loads to another." TALK WITH THE CHILDREN. One Sunday evening the father of f wo little children had placed one on each knee, to ask them what- they had heard in the infant-school that day, He was not a professor of re- ligion, although he hud a pious wife. The little children began to tell him, in their own way, of the beautiful home in heaven that Jesus had left because of his love to men. Looking Jul I in her father's face, a little girl said, "Jesus must have loved ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 21 May 1869

Li!—J—! ! Children, obey your ^Parents in all things in the Lord, for this its right, IaQvq one another. 'l^he Home -A_dvocate« [ For Youth and Children. ii > For the Home Advocate. TO THE CHILDREN. I was talking to my class, sabbath school class, about the l ight God had to command them. You are God's children, He made you and has a perfect right to command you. You cmnot look an}' where, or go any where, but God is there. Every thing belongs to him. Ho made every thing which is good. This beautiful world with alt the wonders and lux- uries for us. What a good Father l[o is; how kind; how much we should iore him. Ycur fathers and mothers He made to t ake care of you when you are unable to take care of yourself, and put into their hearts a great love for you, that the}' might not grow weary of you, and let you suffer. He has made everything right, if we would do right. Jesus .said ''Love one another;" and do we always do that? Nol fio. Children obey your parents." Do you always d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 21 May 1869

Remember now thy Creator tu the T>a,ym of thy Youth, while the Evil Days Draw not nigh. F. jr. Pntillo, Editor. JEFFERSON; CORNER WALNUT AND LAKATETTE ST8., Up Stairs, Over Fo cue & Bro. TKKM8 SUBSC'RU^WN—CimBEMOT. Cue Volume, In adduce . . . , «2 00 Hi* Mouths . 1 25 Clubs of Teh o? more, a year, each 1 75 Clubs of Tweutyoftve " 1 50 > ADVERTISING. KATKS i'EK IWCH—SPECIE. One Inch,or less, each Insertion, $1 00 One Month . . t . . . . 2 60 ThTee Months 8 00 Six Mouths . 8 00 Twelve Months . . . '. . 16 00 All articles and notices of only per- gonal interest will he charged as adver- tisements. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1869. T - - - - A -■ Wo learn from Gen. Edward Hatch President of the Military Commission appointed to try the prisoners in con- finement in the Btookade in this plaqe, that the commission are now all here, and tho trial will commcnce without delay. The numerous friends of J. M. Cotton will find him at T. B. Goync & Go's, as good looking and pleas- ant as ever—so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 28 May 1869

THE HOME ADVOCATE. A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Education, Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. (>. A. KELLY. Proprietor. J. PATILLO, Editor mid Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, MAI 28, 1869. VOLUME I. NUMB UK 10. I r #i * MILITARY C OUKl1. Trial of JeiFerson Prisoners. FIRST DAY. ' . Monday, May 21, 1869. At 10 o'clock A. M., the Military Commission appointed for the trial of the prisoners now in confinement, implicated in the killing of Smith and others in this place Oct. 4, last, convened at the Patillo Academy, which had been impressed for the purpose. toe c0wissi0n. Maj. Gen. Edward Hatch, Presi- d ent; Maj. Henry G oodfcllow, Judge Advocate ; Brevet Col. W. R. Shafter, Brev. Col. S. H. Starr, Maj. Lyman Bissell, Brev. Col. N. A. M. Dudley, Brev. Lt. Col. Geo. A. Gor- don, Br. Lt. Col. Sam'l K. Schwenk. toe prisoners, Lodwick P. Alford, Wm. II. Magill, Mark II. Joplin, Silas H. Nance, Charles H. Pitcher, John A. Richard- son, Matthew D. Taylor, John C Murphy,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 28 May 1869

Be Diligent in Business Fervent in Spirit, Serving the J^ord. Resist th?e Adversary. Dkimino rot Chcwh.—Very clai- mable and. w« tni«t, very religious young- women, aometime* enter the hoi we of God in costumo which make* the acts of devotion in the acr rice seem almost burlesque. When a brisk ilttlo croatuie comes into a pew with her hiir friiwed till it «Uods o« end in • most startling maniier, rattling atrwga of beads and bits ff tinsel, slip may look ex- ceedingly pretty and piquantc, and .if she came there for a game of cro- quet or a tableau-party, would be all in rtey good iaate; but as shg comes to confess that she is a miserable sinner, thai she baa done tho things that sho ought not to havu done, and iaft tjiidone iho things she ought to bave done—as sh« takes npon her !ip« raoat solemn and tremendous words, whose meaning runs far be- yond life into a sublimo eternity— there is a discrepancy wfiich would bo ludicrous if it were net melan- choly. j BOOK AND ' stationery ©to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 28 May 1869

Children, obey your Parents in all things in the Lord, for this is right, Love one another. For the Home Advocate. THE MISSION OB1 THE HOME ADVOCATE. Er>. Home Advocate—You have re- peatedly requested communications from the friends of your paper. Your reasons for wishing these communi- cations do not clearly appear, for your own prolific pen and the ju- dicious scissors, seem fully adequate to the demands of your columns. 'But perhaps you think that variety is the spice of news papers as well as of life. This is true. A news pa- per visits so many people of such widely different characters, that if it wanted variety it would fail to ac complish its designs to give "a word in season" to every reader. This is an arduous task, but if well per- formed one of incalculable benifit to society. You must sometimes feel faithfully your responsibility as you send forth your weekly issue. As you fold and address the packa" ges, I imagine that you soliloquize after this manner: "This paper w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 28 May 1869

Remember now thy Creator in the Days of thy Youth, while the Evil Dave Draw not nigh. na H 9P9 WmM W Slus £iv0tott, F. J. I'atillo, Editor. JEFFERSON: 00#KEK WALNUT AND LAKAVKTTE STS., Up Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. TERMS.' S L" BSCRIPWON—C 0 RRENCY. Ono Volume, in advance .... #2 00 piix Mouths , . . . . 1 25 Clubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 dubs of Twenty-live u ''1 SO ADVERTISING. rates per inch—srecie. ihio Inch or less, each insertion, One Mouth .Three Months . Six Months . . Twelve Months All articles and notifies of only per- sonal interest will bo charged as adver- tisements. SI 00 2 50 5 00 8 00 15 00 FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1869. SuGirr Discrepancy.—A short time igo we received a complaint that Dick Moody, at Paris/was not get- ting his paper. We wrote to the P. M. for an explanation. In the mean time, several papers (including Moody's) were roturned by the Post Master, as not taken out of the office Vow comes tho P. M's reply to our inquiry, stating that the paper had r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 4 June 1869

THE HOME ADVOCATE # A. "Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Education. Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. C, A. KELLY, Proprietor- f. J. PATILLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, JUNE 4, 1869. VOLUME I. NUMBEK JO. i MILITATRY COURT. Trial or Jefferson Prisoners. Webnesday, June 4, 1869. Up to Wednesday the military trial sow going on at this place has been more like a farce that suc- ceeds a tragedy on the stage than anything we have ever seen or sead of. The ignorance, stupidity, and recklessnes of the colored wit- nesses seem to be placed under requisition for the amusement of the court and spectators, and even the careworn prisoners are kept in a perpetual state of merriment. Four freedmen have been examined. It would be tedious and burdensome to give their testimony in detail So far as it pertains to the same facts it is totally contradictory, and directly opposed to the testimony of Maj. Curtis and Lt. Dubois, in the most essential points. Some of them recogn...

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

Bo Diligent in Business Fervent in Spirit, Serving the Ijord. Resist the Adversary. % The people in reach of the Texas Central railroad complain bitterly of extortion in transportation. —-- Advice to the, Ladies.—Always divas as neatly and plainly as possi- ble—let Flora be your jeweler, and a rose-bud the only gem about you. This covering yoursolf with gew- gaws, like prfzo oxen, only indicates that you arc intended, liko them, for market. "Prisoner, you are charged with beggiug on the public street on Sun- day, on the pretenco that you arc suffering from a grievous wound." "Well, it is all true." "Why didn't yes show your wound to tho police, then, when they asked to see it?" "I cculd'nt, your honor. My wound is closed on Sundays." BOOK AND Stationery Store!! The undersigned has opened a Book and Stationery Depot in the Store of "W^ IP. "Williams «& Co. on AUSTIN STREET, In the city of JEIFFEHISOKT, and proposes to keep constantly on hand everything iu his line of business, co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 4 June 1869

— Oh.ild.ren, obey your Parents in all things in tlie Lord, for tliis is rigHt« Love one another. e> > f I • For tho Home Advocate. IIOW TO SUCCEED. Well, I thought we would take a good long ramble under tho grand old trees, and hear the birds sing, and see the nimble squirrel leap from bough to bough. I think best now to defer that pleasure for some fu- ture occasion. I want to tell you about the trials and triumphs of a little boy. You all like stories. T do, when they are good «nes. Thirty-five years ago, a little boy started out to make a sup- port for himself. He was fifteen years old. Ah! says one, he was al- most a man. No, in those days he was considered a boy. His father had met with losses, and soon after died. Our hero concluded to go to a newer country to take a start. He had no money, but there was a man going the direction he wished to, and he engaged to drive the gen- tleman's wagon as far as he went the direction he was going. The man paid him a small amount, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 4 June 1869

Remember now thy Creator in the Days of thy Youth, while the Evil Dav Draw not nigh. ' ■ r lb e P. J. Patftllo, IficIItor. JEFFERSON: corner walnut amd lafayette 8t8. Up SUiM, 0ver Foscue & Bro. TERMS: SUBSCRIPTION—Currency. Cue Volnuie, in advance . - ... $2 00 Six Months 1 25 t^lubs of Ten or ir.crc, a cici 1 75 <Jlubs of Twenty-live " " I 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 Montiis 15 00 All articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will bo charged as adver tisemeuts. FRIDAY, June 4, 1869. 4RON FURNACE. On account of tho rapid increase of patronage to the Foundry of G. A. Kelly, exhausting the supply of iron, he has been forced to tho establish- ment of a furnace for tho manufac- ture of pig iron from tho ore, which is found in inexhaustible quantities on his own lands adjoining the found ry. He has already let out the con- tract for buildings and other n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 11 June 1869

A. "Weekly iSdmrnal Devoted to Christianity y i i<3hmc«.tion tforacie JSntierprisev and General Intelligence. (i. A. KELLY, proprietor. I'. J. PAT ILLO, Editor au<l Publisher. JEFFEES8N, TEXAS,. JUNE 11, 18691 VOUIME I. t iftniEK iii. MILITARY COtUT. Trial ol' Jutltrsoii Prisoners. r also with refereuco to a copy of a ( letter written to his wife, the sub- I stance of which was a disclaimer oft We give below a condensation of I a'tf}'"owladge of or participation in Uia- testimony up to Thursday morning'. There are a great many hi in my contradictions in the testimo- ny which cannot be shown in a con- densed report, although it amounts ho o* great deal, and must in the minds ofi the Commission go far to the discrediting of t?lo evidence of thff prosecution, if we arc to sup- pose that the same rules will prevail with the military that, are adhered to in the civil trials. Dr„ J. M. Kritlti sworn—deposed that he was informed: by II. J. Har- ris at the 3. mile post? that a disturb...

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