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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 11 June 1869

He Diligent in Business jb'orvent in Spirit, Serving the Ijord. Hesist the .Adversary. 1 n I fJ I The people in roach of tho Texas Central railroad complain bitterly of extortion in transportation. — • Advice to thk Ladies.—Always dross as neatly and plainly as possi- ble—let Flora be your jeweler, and a rose-bud &e only gem about you. This covering yourself with gew- gaws, like prize oxen, only indicates that you are intended, ljkc them, for market. "Prisoner, you are charged with begging on the public street on Sun- J_ uo;, wi |nutrnC6 tumi JOm Sit? suffering from a grievous wound." "Well, it is all true." "Why didn't you show your wound to the police, then, when they asked to s«e 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. I5. Williams & Co. on AUSTIN STREET, In the city of JEFFERSON , and proposes to keep constantly on hand everything in his line of bus...

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 — 11 June 1869

Children, obey your [Parents in all things in the Lord, for this is right. Love on© another. mice cntem it, lie cun never retrace j too late; and what might have been, hit) steps. The ascent is so gradual, j rings through the lonely chambers and as the roud increases in beauty ; of the heart like a funeral dirge, our little friend is so delighted with : Their talents are misapplied, their tkr prospect before him, that he nev-1 energies misdirected, and their lives <t thinks of the pleasures he ha3 ; are failures. It is not so with those left in (he beautiful valley. As he ! who "lay up their treasures in heav- K journeys 011. a fairy form in fantastic raiment takes his hand, and proptK hps to Accompany him on the way. Her name is Fancy, and, she paints the scene before him in glowing col- ors. He pants to reach the top of the steep, and his impatience increas- es at every step. At length lie reaches the summit, and gazes on the plain stretched out in stern sublimity before him. I...

Publication Title: Home Advocate, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 11 June 1869

m Remember now thy Creator in the Day* of thy Youth, while the .Evil IDavs Draw not nigh. s §mt ^inmate. p. JT. Pntillo, Editor. JEFFERSON: COBWEB WALNUT AND LAFAVKTTK 8T8.. Up Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. TIBMS subscription—cuuttencr. One Volume, In advaneo . ... $2 00 six Months 1 Clubs of Toil or more, a year, each 1 76 Clubs of Twenty-five " 150 ADVERTISING. JtATES 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- Mufti interest will be charged as adver- tisements. FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1809. THAT MYSTERIOUS PRESENT. A few days ago the P. M. delivered to us a singular looking package to be carried by the mails. We looked ;it it, turned it over, shook it, felt of . it. Taking off the outer wrapper, a collar box was revealed. Wo looked for April First on it Bomewhero, but could not find it. Shaking again, and weighing the contents in our hand, it was our firm conviction t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 18 June 1869

4* A. Weekly eTdurnal IDfevoted to Christianity, Education, Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. < . A. KJCLLf. Proprietor. S\ JJ. PATILLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, JUNE 18, 1809. VOUDMR I, NimBEK *"J. MILITARY C OUKX. Trisl of Jefferson Prisoners. For the want of room we cannot &'ive the proceedings of the coart in fall, nor the testimony of the wit- nesses in detail. The prosecution attempted to prove by Luke Donoho that Alford had at- tempted to bribe him and Cal. Wat- kins to swear for him. Luke testi- <5od that he had had two conversa- tions with Alford, one alone, and another in the presence of Mr. Sed berry, Mr. Terry, Col. Crump, Col. Alford, and Mr. Patton. That Col. Alford wanted him to swear that he was in front of Goytie's store at the time Smith was killed. But that he <iid not make ilm statement (that Col. Alford was at Goyne's store <fcc.) in the presence of the above gentle- men. That Col. Alford and Cal. Wat- kins came to see him...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 18 June 1869

Be Diligent in Business Fervent in Spirit, Serving the Xiord.. Itesist the .Axiversarv. mil factory before. Hud I kept my own counsel, no body wonld have known who the boy waft. However, I had fixed that thing; aqd O but I was mad. I vowed that 1 would whip that scamp, if I lived to bo a maw. This circumstance alw illus- trates forcibly, to my mind atdqast, the power of association; for, to tills day, I can't enter a printing; office without thinking of ft nail factory. Tho two have become inseparable in the mind of CURAi m BOOK ANI) Stationery Store The undersigned ha| opened, KflP^k and Stationer}' Depot in the Store of W. 3?. Williams & Co* ON AUSTIN STREET, In the city of JS3FFS1B.SON and proposes to keep constantly on, hand everything in his line of business, consisting of . -jit BOOKS; LITERARY, HISTORICAL, RELIGIOUS, SABBATH AN1) BAY SCHOOL: 3ITJHIC, STATIONERY, ORDERS from Country nnd City are respectfully solicited. The public lire invited to oall, and he feels contidey...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 18 June 1869

Children, obey your Barents in all things in the Lord, for this is riglit, Love ono another. The Home .Axlvocate- For Youth and Children. i> t: We spent a few days very pleas- antly at Marshall since our last is ■ue ; believe the little folks over there sorty like us—may be because we like them ; we like all the chil- dren, but not particularly the bad •nes, as Aunt Fanny. We had to make another little speech—no, Dr. J. should not have said speech ; we «all it a talk or chat—to one of the Sunday Schools on Sunday morning. But we fear the speech was like that ttnglish printer's types. "Wat's the pother ? " said he, " all me h'ens are in me h'aytch box, and me h'aytches in me h'o box!" Well, but if our speech was knocked into pic, the •hildren didn't seem to relish it any the less on that account. We wish simply to add in regard to the Sunday School under the su- perintency of Capt. P. G. Nebhutt, that it is a model school and in a very prosperous condition. They have a splendid ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 18 June 1869

_ ... . .. . ji,.. - J,,, -7 ■* ^ T* a*CTrP7iy?.Ty ygl';''i TX^AJ%£ IBPnW' .<TT£7^iiKSmiSBS:cm.%% lT~ • - TH.'x'lHl Remember now thy * Creator in the Days of thy Youth, while the JEvil Days Draw not nigh. ®hc §me MmmU. F. «T. Fatlllo, Etlltor. J E F F ERSON: •OKNKK WiUTOT AND LAFATETTK STS.. Up Stairs, Over Foscue & Bro. TEBMS. ( SUBSCRIPTION—CURBBNCY . Cue Volnme, in advance" ... #2 00 &x Months 1 25 Gtubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 dubs of Tweiity-llve " 1 60 ADVERTISING. RATES PER INCII—SPECIE. One Inch or less, each insertion, |1 00 One Month 2 50 Three Months 6 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, JUNE 18, 1869. Among our distinguished visitors this week, we are liappy to record Rev. G. W. Cottingham,of Marshall, and Rev. J. H. McLean, of Paris. Mr. Cottiugham, in company with Roy. Mr. Scruggs, of Marshall, ag'ts for the Portable Gas Lamps, have been making expe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 25 June 1869

E ADVOCATE. A. "Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Kducation Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. «. A. KELLY. Proprietor V. J. PATILLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. JUNE 25, 1869. VOLUME I, NVJKBEtt 98. h MILITARY COURT. Trial of Jefferson Prisoners. An alibi has beeu proven in the case of Richard Batte. Mrs. Will- iams and her two daughters, Mrs. Uewellen and Miss Mollio Williams, testify that Mr. Batte attended them to church the night of the killing, at Kelly Institute, returned home with then), and left the premises about 10 o'clock that night. Maj. Batte, the father of the prisoner, and his col- ored hostler testify that Richard Batte took supper at home, departed on foot, aud left his horse in the stable lot; that he returned home about 10 o'clock, or very soon after. Mr. McFarland and Miss Sallie Nash also testify that Batte was at church at Kelly Institute during the serv- ices that night. Kelly Institute is miles from town ; Williams'about 5, and Batt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 25 June 1869

Bo Diligent in Business Fervent in Sp'.rit, Serving the I^ord. Resist tlie Adversary. 1 talk, began to prattle hia profane oaths over after him. No sooner did the father hear this than hia feelings were wrought upon. Ho paused for a moment, dropped his whip, and ■at down and wept bitterly. A flood of keen reflections at once rushed upon his conscience, which produced such an effect that he found no rest to hia mind until ho found peace, where forgiveness can only be had— at the footstool of Mercy. BOOK AND Stationery Store!! The undersigned has opened a Book and Stationery Depot in tha Store of W. IP. Williams & Co. OK v AUSTIN ST11EKT, )■ the city of JBFFHR8 OUT, and proposes to keep constantly on hand everything in his line of business, •ooaisting of BOOKS; LITERARY, HISTORICAL, RELIGIOUS, SABBATH AND DAT 8CH00L: MTTSIC, STATIONERY, oto. ORDERS from Country and City are respectfully solicited. The public are invited to call, and he feels confident he ««n eatisfy them in prices...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 25 June 1869

.8 Children, obey your parents in all things in the Hiord, for this is right* JLove one The Home ,A.dvocate« For Youth and Children. For the Home Advocate. riOYV THE LOUD FEEDS THE BIRDS. Now, Papa, now, wont we go to the woods to day, to see how our Heavenly Father feeds the fowls? Wont we go Papa? Thus spoke Eddy Williams, a lit- tle boy about ten years old, as he looked out at the window, on the white snow that had fallen while he was asleep, and lay all over the ground. The servant had made a warm fire, Mr. W. had risen and dressed, and called to, the truudle bed close by. • ' Eddy, get up, get up," leaving him the pleasant surprise of discovering the snow,'and see whether he would remember the promise made about two weeks before. Eddy rose up, quickly dressed himself, kneeled down by his lied, and said his prayres, then washed bis hands and face, and going to the towel that hung near the window, be saw the bright snow, and the first thing he thought of was his Papa's promise an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 25 June 1869

N ABLE. r~ ~ Dayw of tliy Youth, wh.il© the Evil JDavs Draw not nigh. V. jr. Pattllo, Editor. _r 11.. i- i ■■ riviuft r—r= JKFPKRSONj v CO&NKB WAI.NUT AND LAFATKTTE ST8. Up Stairs, Over Foscue A Bro. T E B M 8 •' - SUBSCRIPTION—CDRUENCT. One Volnme, in advance . . . . $2 00 *ix Months 1 25 dubs of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 (lab# of Twenty-five 4' 1 50 ADVERTISING. 0-\ BATES l'KH INCH—SPECIE. One Inch or less, each insertion, ft 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, JUNE 2&, 1869. The "Tribute" by Mies Nettie Campbell in memory of Miss Emma Bradsb&w, who was unfortunately burned to death by the upsetting of a kerosene lamp, will appear next week. 4 We are informed that a greater number of the Hom« Advocate are taken at Honey Grove than of any other paper. We believe the same is true of Coffeevillo, and a n...

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

.A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, l^diioation* Home Enterprise, and General Xntelligpnoe. Ct. A. KELVX Proprietor. V. J. PAI'ILLO, Editor and Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, JULY 2, 1869. VOLUME I. NUMBER M. MILITARY COURT. Trial of Jefferson Prisoners. Jesse T. Veal's testimony went to discredit Isaac and Jennie Hawes, whom he had formerly owned and known to be notorious liars and thieves. These were the freedmen that testified against Pitcher and Richardson. Dr. J. 0. Hervey, John W. Lee James P. Durr, W. N. Hodge, John Stewart, all testify that the shooting was at the jail first and then at the Sulphur Springs, which discredits the testimony of Anderson Wright Cornelius 1 urner, Dick Walker, Or, Frith, and II. C. Perkins. The testimony of W. N. Hodge is the most important in general and in detail that has been introduced by the defense; but in consequence of the absence of our reporter we are not able to give it. An important point is that the entire attacking party was so...

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

Be Diligent in Business B'ervent in Spirit, Serving the I^ord. Resist the Adversary. IS Isaac Pitman, of Bath, England, the phonograpfcer inventor, has pub- lished a complete edition of tho Bible in phonographic characters. There ia a clock in Rochester, New York, which will run four weeks af- ter once winding up, nod will play forty-eight tunee. Superintendent Kennedy, of New York, saya that aa things go pow in that city, thirty yeew hence it will be uninhabitable, save by thieves and cut throat* BOOK AND Stationery Store!! The undersigned bas opened a Book and Stationery Depot In the Store of W. 3?. Williams & Co. OK AUSTIN STREET, la the city of sad proposes to keep constantly on hand everything In his line of business, •oosUting of B OOKS; LITERARY, HISTORICAL, RELIGIOUS, SABBATH AND DAT SCHOOL t MUSIC, STATIONERY, etc. ORDERS from Country and City are respectfully solicited. The public are invited to call, and he feels confident he ean satisfy them In prices, his motto bein...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 2 July 1869

Children, obey your [Parents in all tilings in the Lord, for this The Home Advocate- For Youth and Children. .if * For the Home Advocate. TO TILE CHILDUEN. Some weekH have passed Binee I promised you a rumble in the woods. This evening I think ie a good time A nice breeze is stirring and we will go this cool shady path and enjoy out'sclves talking and looking, and perhaps we may find Borne berries by the way. Now we have left town out of sight and hearing. Clap your hands and sing as much aa you please, we will not surprise any body. The birds may look down on us to see what the noise means The saucy squirrel may scai tper off, but not fair; you may watch and see the cunning rogue peeping out to see who you are. He makes a nice pet, if taken when young. There are several kinds. I have seen three kinds. 1 had a black one once, or rather my little boy had. He would play with the little fellow, run races with him. to his great delight. I like to see them free and at home in the wild wo...

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

Remember aow thy Creator in the Days of thy Youtk, while the Evil Days Draw not nigh. ®hf jr. ,jr. I'ntllU* Kdltor. J KK FE KSON: fOKNKK WALNCT AND LAKATKTTE 8TS.. Op Stairs. Owr Foacue A lire. " 1U«« SUBSCRIITION—CUHUKNCT. Cas Yoltuue, in «d V8«c«. T^ , #3 00 Sir Month" 1 ^ Clubs of ten o more, a year, ea6h 1 75 dabs ofTweiity-ttve " " 1 80 ADVERTISING RATES I'EIi INCH—Sl'KCIK. Oue Ino"h 6rtles8, eftcl" Insertion, $1 00 One Month . . .' . . . . 2 BO Three Mouths . . . . . . 5 00 Six Mouths j . i • . & 00 Twelve Months . ... . . • 15 00 All articles and notices of only per- sonal interest will'bo charged as adver- visements. FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1869. ANOTHER VOICE FROM THE GAL- LOWS. Most of our young readers remem- ber the great excitement which wan caused several months ago by tho murder of Col. War J, of Marshall, and Mr. Ely, of Shreveport, while passing through Rusk county, with a large amount of money, Two young men, beiug suspicioned of the crime, fled, were pursued, captured...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 9 July 1869

Weekly Journal Uevoted to Christianity, Education, Home Enterprise, and General Intelligence. JEFFERSON, TEXAS, JULY 9, 1869. <2. A. KELLT. Proprietor- I''. J. PAT1LL.O, Editor and Publisher. vourmi: l. NVIVBEK tff. I. MILITARY COURT. Trial of Jefl'erson Prisoners. We have not been able to proc- curc a sumunary of the latest testi- mony lor this week. The defence have introduced a number of witnes- ses to discredit testimony of the main witnesses of prosecution. The occasion is losing much of its inte- rest as it drags out its lengthened tale, and as the chances for hanging anybody grow less and less probable ! The friends of the prisoners, par- ticularly the female portion, enliven them during the recesses of the court by pleasant conversation. For this gracious privilege they are in- deb ted to the Commission. We have been informed (but per- haps we better not say by a " specta tor,") that an alibi has been proven in behalf of Crump; by several wit- nesses. LETTERS AND FUNDS. D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 9 July 1869

Business Fervent in SpVrit, Berving the Lord. Resist tlie .Adversary. fJew York, wbioh af tor once windipff *p, ftt>4 fill play forty-eight tones. -j—m$T Wjuj . Tsken up by,Catharine P*ge, on the M*rshsHiinH'olTmer roid, and now In the poMMteiWi Of I^onard Windsor, Esq., between the Cypre«se«, one pale red or yellow cow six or aeven years old, manrafi With a crop and a hole In the right ear, and a crop and a split in the left. LEONARD WINDSOR. June 33,1800. n24 2t v BOO K AND Stationery Store!! The underpinned has opened a Book and Stationery Depot in the Store of "W. P. Williams & Co. OH AUSTIN STREET, In the city of JTEIJb ■ij'liiH.SON', and proposes to keep constantly on hand everything in liis line of business, eonstatlug of BOOKS; LITERARY, HISTORICAL, RELIGIOUS, 8ABBATU AND DAT SCHOOL: MUHIC, STATIONERY, etc. ORDERS from Country and City are respectfully solicited. The public are Invited to call, -and he feels confident he •an satisfy them in prices, his motto bring * Q...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 9 July 1869

Children, obey vour [Parents in all tilings in the Lord, for this is ri<*ht. Love one another. It Wasn't a Chicken.—Certain cir- cles are agog about a trick recently played upon u city official somewhat addicted to the use of intoxicating beverages. Once or twice he had pushed his excesses to the verge of mania, and being possessed of many excellent qualities, was generous, brilliant, and but for this single vice might reach any position he might aspire to. llis friends had exhaust- ed every possible means to redeem him, unsuccessfully, and three or four of them a few evenings since concluded they would impress liim with the idea that he had mama fl potu. To accomplish this purpose I hey got him into a room'in which they*had previously introduced a chicken. Conversing quietly for a few moments his eyes finally rested on the rooster, perched on a desk, ev- idently somewhat excited in his un- usual retreat. '• Why hello! how came that chick- en in here?" " What chicken?" inquired o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Home Advocate — 9 July 1869

"Remecaboi* now"- thy Creator in the Day« of thy Youth, while the JEvil Days ID raw not nigh. H •TO lh* §me 1p. ,T. I*atillo« Editor. i E F F K US 0 N : C02NEB WALNUT AND LAFAYETTE 8TS.. Up Stair*, Over Foseue A Bro. TEBIHfl. SUBSCRIPTIOK—dURTtENCT. Cne Volnmc, in advanco . ... $2 00 Six Months 1 25 Oluba of Ten or more, a year, each 1 75 Clubs of Twenty-five " " 1 CO ADVERTISING. KATES PEU INCH—SPECIE. One Inch or less, each insertion, 91 00 One Month 2 CO Three Months 5 00 Six Mouths 8 00 Twelve Months 15 00 All articles and notices of only per nonal interest will be charged as adver- tisements. OUR ARREST. suppose it will be published to the FRIDAY, JULY 9, I860. We have not been accounted very superstitious about signs, wonders, and dreams. Rut on account of ear- ly impressions, we don't like to dream about snakes, especially if the rep- tiles escape unhurt, arid often we are troubled for the intopretation thereof. Late on Sunday night, after much reflection in review of the sit...

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

A. Weekly Journal Devoted to Christianity, Education, Homo Enterprise, and G-eneral Xntelligenco. <i. A. KELVX Proprietor V. J. FA'l'ILLO, Editor uttti Publisher. JEFFERSON, TEXAS. JULY 16. 1880. VOLUME K. !*l'MBEH 'W. ► Telegraphic. We copy the following specia's from the N. O. Times of July 9; VIRGINIA. Richmond, July 8.—Gilbert C. Walker arrived at 1 o'clocK this morning from Norfolk. The day was made a holliday for his recep- tion, and when the cars arrived about 5000 people had congregated at the depot. A committee, cum- posed about equally of the most prominent white and colored citizens, v.-U8 at the cars to receive him, bnt the populace rushed in, and seizing Walker, bore him on their shoulders to'a coach ornamented with National and State flags. Th<- procession, which was nearly a mile long, marched through the principal streets. Many of the coach- es, of which there were 100 in line, were covered with National flags, and on the band wagon was a trans- parency, with a...

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