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INFANCY. ODDFELLOWSHIl Iniani"'., morning of life! How calm and bracing; llu beautiful ii is! How 8Ued wilh jf real respon- i sioinies minis true, an immortal sou! coinniei.ces its exist ancti A life beginning in lime, but capable of gPlwihg brighter when time-is end ed and eternity begun. We welcome the infant willioy, and congratulate the pirents, and '-.e do well; but $p will beget unchristian principals and feelings. If it is gentle, even patient and loving, it prepare! a mood and temper li'o its own. Then how careful to banian the cross word, tho impatient gesture! Let kind and loving tones only fall on il ear, and only gentle bunds assist it in il little want. The biography ol many persons, 1 faithfully written, would ascribe to j Hie (ruining of early years thei melding not on'y of youthful chur-j actor, but the more matured forms! Continue i horn t'A'i'.S'.VA t X,i, :'7' , There is no one who reads fchi an angel, who can ckarly understand 'live ion-iite vain, of the life fail of ,noral MlppiM1 commenced, the hci; Ins of b.ppi-ot u,t,' 1 The influence thus 1 ness to which it may ascend, the EDITOR'S ADVERTISING COLUMNS. mm mm, IF YOU want to put your lands into the hands of a LAND MAN L, V. GAR R KTT, will treat you right So list with him. As he is toing to make this a part of his business, and in the Ozark's is iliie plad lo'bny a home. And we advise the ho'.nc seek ers to come to South, Missouri .before' purchasing elsewhere it is a beautiful Country surrounding and the greatest natural in ducemcnis are offered ih this part both in the farmer and business men. And to the Seeker after truth it has no equals on earth. quotation in our last week CUES' SET but what will have to say that there is the principals of a PP-A w Now whether those principals depths o misery to which it may be We Parried out by tin.1 professed brought, it mUst seem a moment so christian marked therein, unci PWRC '1palr And wear orily COW we say tnW3, that when evet you tending for the real principals iec a man who claims to be a No in conclusion of flits point of ,!,!... I .1 11 ... ' vmkhowhjd uu uo noi .ire up i controversy we shall the requirements described in 'the foregone statement they for Hit their rights in being called a Mason. And we add that Mason oi not, the.v arc Masonic deeply frighted with solemn mean ing as to dispel all expressions ol joy save only of a subdued and chasten- as christian ed kind. I nfaacy its hour of anxiety exerted in tho early days of ii fan cy is the mould in which the hu man life is castod lor good or bad. "Train up a child in the wav he should go, and when he cots old he will not depart from it.', The carea of the world and tho evil example of others often choke EXCHANGE COLUMN. d trial for the parents, but it has 11,0 word ' ood ,n0,h'p. snd say secret also its hours Ol compensating pyr. things belongs to (j'od nnd to whom He may reveal them too. For God said that the secrets nngel their misconduct does not set ''""Rs to Him, and the aside tho principals of those i in -spoke in this manner! i) raced in uie siaiemeiu oi our Ami -the angel of the Lord said uri.,' press this fact upon the minds ' name, of the readers we shall (junto you IH'-HJ 1 the 'ol lowing to prove we Hie For he says again. 11 I Km ihe fur ward is abomination nil .itri ... i.i i xa.. i. . : wnoevor mim w a uiummi . n,u ,r,i; in ,j, m.M.t js Wju, ,. Especially when the mother holds to her ho.irt the ord of a crucified Lord SuliV-r little children to come unio ;nc (or nuoh'is the iKingdoni ol heaven. When sickness is in the midst, and it ieeflSt 1 il the cradle Ion a would be txchanued for a dirue Jast week's Ci.'F.ssKT and to im- bin. Why Mkii iImmi tim, af-cr invl , . u , , , - wu.li uuc wrciciiiinc! oi i.i-aci seeing 'hi. secret? .l,o- ,, . , ..,.-,.. ...:,,,, i, I was not ftr the above saying ol (Christ K.r a mother walching Ihe palpitating frame ol her child as lile ; ebbs slowly away evokes the sym- ilouJd kntrw how to practice ail rlMbieiuw, Pro? 8rBS J pathy of the sternest, the privite virtues. He should j Th.n it is not for the world, il I A child dying, dies but once, bat avoid all manner of intemperance is fm. righteous as he has the mother dies a hundred times A or excess, which might prevent ajd- mother mourning by th. grave of his porformacc of the laudable N()W before leaving the point, her first-barn, and strewing flowers duties ol his craft, or loud him of Secrecy or concerning Secret ' over a coliined form instead of kissrs into enormities, which would re- .Societies, we must view the 'oa avarm brow, is one of the deep llect dishonour upon ll.e ancient' Hold (f oddfellow, and Oddfellow- est spectacles of human woe. These Lraternity. He is to be Indus-; i : , fa intorest I are the dark shades; ihe muht scene trious in his profession, and true w oor ri,ad,,,.s and help Brother f e patents' experience; but it has to the )a rd and Master l.e serves. unno) t see the truth as it is j Us richer, deeper, and more inspiring He is to labour justly, and not'in Christ Jesus- For Brother j history, its seasons of comfort and to eat any man's bread for 1'unneU believes that it is not delight, when the Hi lie ebiid, imeni noughl, but to pay truly for Ws t'lgbt for Secret Societies tojibly. perhaps, Uraws the parents inio meat and drink- vVhttt leisure have secrets or even for them to; a higher and a belter lite. What a his labour allows, lie is to employ , exist. Wherefore leaving the ! sense of delicious respjnsibility fills in studying the arts and sciences! , 0 Masonry in word not in I the parents' hearts as ihey realize dostroy its vitality hut not uiilre qiiently -it will belfoond, Ifke-seed ion;; buricl in 'tho earth, to spring up in remembrance in nctivo life, and the counsel imparted to tho "inliint of dnyV be foenH to in fluence and control tho whole des tiny of the man of mature years and gray bain. BLANC HARD ITEMS. IH WIU.tK" Apple picking is the order of the with ft diligent mind, that hel rca for a sm,q tiuie wo ask out may the belter perforin all his! j.padt,rs t, read this scripture: duties to his Creator, his country, his neighbour, and himself He is to seek and acquire, as The hiiVO moved nic to jeshmsy wild il.nl wd eli Is ma (lod; idv diiyc provoked Die to anger a I til lltilr (raid- jar .as possible, the virtues of ".'? ,hHH .... . , I with iliosu wliied are mil a people; I will patience, meekness, selt-denial. , ... ' I P',,vnkf Idem to aimer Wild h f lisli forbearance, ana tne iik-b, which give him the command over him-j ii iir hi 1 1), iii. 8S 81 Is not this an odd people wh sell, and enable him to BBWL m tt people-Now those hisown family with atTtction.d.g-1 wh() m n.ty, and prudence; at the same q (m time checkii ig every disposition ' people spoken of who was a peo- iniurious to tho world, anJ pro- . 1 , . pie and yet, not a people' niotiuff ;that ovc i.nd service niouuj, u , pj se u11 why liod Na)d th(.y which brethren the saniei . . were not a people- And then householil owe to each ( t ier. . , . read this Scripture: Therefore, to afford succour to .... Sine. () barren. Idnu llml iti.lsl not the distressed, to uiviue our b i; linak foril, inlo hiiu-ing, innl cry 4,,-ead with the ihdutrrou pooi,; tmiiM Am n,lt ,rftVKil wl,h and to put the misguided travel- ' c foI lllte-,H ci.iuirun .r ide lcr into tlie way, -are duties of ,,s ,aie idan ihe children of ide mar the craft, suitable to the dignity rUd wife, with the Lord. 64-1. aud expressive of its usefulness j And tell us what this one class But, though a Mason is never to (0 people were desolate of'.' i,hu. his eie u ikindly ugainst And tell us why they did not the complaints of any of the hu belong Ifo the married wife? il-at in their hands aiH under their influence is to be molded a charac ter: Hence, they are ihe ones to carefully waich the unfolding of a Ionian life, the development of a hu man soul. How earnestly should they seek ! to set a watch over (heir lips, to guard well their thoughts, and; actions, to surround tho child with such an air of refined ir.teltigont loving kindness that its young life shall us naturally grow into a youth of beauty and a noble man hood, or true womanhood, as tho bud on the rosebush expands to the gorgeous flowers that incites universal admiralicr.. Welcome jus tno bouquet to the bosom of the receiver. So should bo tho love ol Christ to every bosom, which -causes in fsncy to realize nothing but the sweetest, purest, motives of a heaven's bought privilege. Then welcome to the pareol'a hi comes the childs puny straggler, strong day. Miss Lizzie Killion has been very ill with Tvphoid lever but is pro gressing nicely at the present, 1). K. Killicn has .just jigof in a line lot ot dry g wds and groceries. Mr, Wultor liratkhaw left last Sunday lor I. ousiana success to Wnl- ter. We are glad 'o hear ol the Nor wood school progressing so nicely. Our school is progressing nicely under ihe leadership of our able professor. Would love to hear from each school district why not each school have a correspondent, to send items to the good old CuKSSBT and every body subscribe for it, and be up to the front and don't slay on back grounds we understand its a paper, lor the good and to the benefit of idi. LAND for SALE OR TRADE. 'No 4 HO Acres laying noar Fow ler Oft acrea in cultivation, partly ood socond bottom. nOO appl trees some of them bearing fruit Quito n Dumber of peach andcher y trees and other fruit. Good log house, 2 rooms, good log barn and other out buildings, good spring water. It can be had at I ho low prico 852f). For particlnars coll at this QrriCN or write us at Norwood Mo. No. 5. 120 A. near Huggins P. O. 60 acres in cultivation 50 acrpe in good timber, pasture, between live and six hundred bearing apple trees considered one among the finest orchards in Texas Co. Good log house 2 rooms good barn and other out buildings, in fact it is f lino inrm. Call at this OlKtOI for particulars. No, (J, 120 acres, near Fowler Mo. With a large percent in cul tivation, A line young orchard Good house: Good barn and two good drilled wclli: Midge land but is us trood as in thia part of Texas Co, For particulars coll at this OfriWi No. .7. 120 Acres 7f in cultiva tion, &0 of it in grass, IS acres in hcat, the rest of the 120 acres oia he cultivated. 50 bearing applo trees. 4 roomed 2 story house, small bam, good well at house, and lino pond on farm, all round good stock farm for particulars apply at this Orriet, No. 8, so Acre near Norwood Mo,. 2ft acres in cultivation; no hiilldiug" 09 (and. a public roads . ranaing past It, 17,00 per acre, can be bad on rcssorable lennn, No. 0 60 Acres neat Norwood Mo.. aH Umbered land, w on pur aoM. 6000 down; Ide ret on eit.y payments. No. iO. 120 acre! 8 miles of Nor wood Mo. Quote improvements; can be had hi the inai of M,06 per acre. (Jan be dud on easy leriiicc. We have other property in the neighborhood of f owls: in our lis fir sale, call and get you a nice home in a good location. New engino 10 horse power 'with all attachments oxcept boiler for sale for particulars apply at this OrrioB, CORRESPONDENT'S EMTOiUL COLUMN, Missouri. NOTICE. Private Dective and Auction, ner with Thirty years cxperance Terms rcnonRblo. Satisfaction gunrranted. Address. T. H McCnll. Fowler, Mo. TAKE NOTICE. man race, yet, wheu u brother w mjwy cevtathly too must of becnl h weakness, bis little arms oppressed or suffers he is in a more peculiar manner called to opto hi9 whole soul in love und com) assion to him, und to relieve him withot t prejudice, according to his capacity- H is also necessary that all who would bo true Masons should learn to abstain from all mat ce, slander and evil speaking: (rum all provoking, reproachful and ungodly language keeping aiays a tongue of good report-" (The Freemason's Manual Page .'120-) Any parly or parlies wishing to ask any -questions, through this paper, upon any iMfbject, relijr ously or otherwise- shall bo treated as a friend. Bet in no case will the Kditcr .How any slang or slang phrase ;o through it columns, . an Odd (people belonging to Odd fellows 'hain!? more children than the married wife, yet deso late. While we are giving n record of an odd people, we are not with those Scriptures reaching buck to thei origin and yet we wilMhnl in the future that we avc1ack of Odd fellowship Aud by mul.by wo will show wltore and whfijh ship was coupled to Oddfellow- To Be Continued, more irresistible than the soldier's, his hps touched with persuasions which Chatham nnd Pericles in manhood hud not. His unaffected lamentation when he lifts tip his voica on high, or, more beautiful, the sobbing child -tho taco oil Dr.Dunlop s Cascara (Join pound. Dr. Clarke's Life Kalsam. r ., , x . i : , liniiiJ grid, as ho tries to swallow ' X , 1 " Hrouio Nervolene. his vexation soften all hearts to, Dr- Duulopi Liver fill. Hussian Itoae Balm. pity and to mirthful and clamor ous compassion. Tho parent's duty commences at tho birth of the child. There is Dr. Rachman's Vermifuge Confection . Hr I) unlop's (jiilck Relief. U. 8. Medicine CVs. ti'i'nluc Pi'.hj Worm Vermifuge imprrtanco even in the handling For sMe by John Volnrr. Afitm; nea of infancy. 11 il is uncliristiatn it id 1 1 1 nil the Suites iii this Union grand, At the bead of 'the list inaitliatouri stand: Tho' her bills be rocky, and rough nnd steep, She has acres and aces of land Unit's cheap; Where the climate 'is mild, and there's lots of wood Plenty oMsait and the health is good. And then fha water so pure and Clear You will fltiddi,ifbundnQ6 whun you get here; In "prints and creeks that never fail, And it is letter than brandy, gin or nle. And then oiir pooph, so friendly all the while, Who euro not at all fm- pomp and style. But will welcome yon here however you voir. And don't judge every man by the lit of his coat. Now all good people who nm wanting a farm, Come down to see us, 'twill do no harm ; To so.! our country and eat "f our fare. And in nil ol our hospitality share. The largest Gonnty in this grand State At least in size it can be called "great," Let Fowler be your destination, The very best spot in all croatioti. (Composed by Miss Annie llolVartli.) SU BSCRIBE FOR THE WORLD'S CRESSET If you want to Tead a religious and newsy Paper.