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JHevir: -r ;" , ....... t ..-':. ... -Try HWBWHWWIW IW l v 1 :he cresset fiTTSHYOOB MO, IOC li LORE -f anj body wants a fir Sja i:.gi Co. cab on ?.a r Trritc I -6 at .-Jtyr.oo. There Trera two rr.fr. ilansfield last Pri. pettlcs fce?a' th? Colony mil! '""-The Oddfellows n ee' : lit and 3rd Saturday nigh ber 511 at JAH-V:T.e. ' E?er,- nan aught to stu I Principles of Socialism if. light of right. And a o glorious princiolcs it emu Be lat i 'e.?r TTyanti ia some h&r ais Boniniaw, . t :;ranL jprunsre.. aim u.m' itom .Nor wood last weefe, and he is p.o tha Cd ess ff.ti Out end around. e had a big snow 5t Sun. night, and Mon. wl woods were yet green and the Sowers covering the landscape I over. Such a circumstance iw never been seen ia this part n our Country. sMr. Dink Rvley Shafor paid one low Lodges,at Spri rletd a visit last week ond reported that It was worth mo,re 1 than their money to see the good work put on there. that the soul damning and sac Sister Marguerite Wyant ;n j rolictkma doctrine is found in the company wltft her husband, was p-00 of Mormon. Listen and op to see their daughter Julia read from one of its pages, Morgan who has been down with iIea' nto Mio w orfl ol" tho the rheumatism for some time, Lnd iov therc 3UaI1 mt' an- mm he i8 getting some netter, Old among you have save it be one Utter Wyant looks well over her nil'0- a,1d coucobines he shall bardjWork taking vi -' ' have none. For s delightoth niek. 1Q chastits i omn and boredoms are aimin na ion in tin sight of God It th Utah Mr, Harry Raker came wain- peop'e nould have heeded the iog up to the colony on last Tues. prophetic utterance of Joseph With an application for the Re- Smith they never would have d bekah Degree for Ins youngest parted from the faith and give daughter wno u? now a wnn!' ..Id need to seducing of spirits t,nd Harry iust so nroud that no thnnnl.t tV. rlnnnl ea ma nlnntr old enough. Mother iy uaugh- f.r doicg si ed Who will help us to !ift our bur den from under a financial stress and give us time, by us pay ing the interest until we can pay the principal. We want to bur row fifteen hundred dollars and we will give a mortgage on all we have, land houses horses, and everything we nave. You wll more, than oe safe, - On Oct. 12t,h report of the JAH-Ville Union Sabbath S ooi was of the best 'o a number of schoiars presets BO Officers .present 3, Teach -j preaeot 3. Interest from first to last of tne ery best come one corneal! Sect, SUBSCRI j3E THE CRESSET Pr ORGANIZED O itjRcn oj IESTT ' fr - "rj'1 vs-'. f'om N iron you miii ..() iimeti cootr or Aorruir.m, bis purely a production of Utah Monmns, and the h I represent ! to do rr Itli thi ore then the Presbyovlan church has to do with it I have ighen thru the Columns of tho ; Cresset the difference betwepn the reorganised 'hurch and the Utah church. Tain not, here to defencLthe Utah people. But when you attack the Bro'.t of Mormon, Joseph Smith and the church known as the R sorgani ztd church of Jesus Christ of Litter Da? Saints with Heart. ters in Lnmoni. Towa. and Independence Mo. Then you i will find me ready to defend our (Viirus. You have told that Jo : ; Smith and his entire family .::'. thieves and robbers, and the par t?ood Mr. Garrett haa caused to be put. into print, but you have failed to prove your point i so far and you must also under stand that some of tl truth family were Presbyterians, A'ben did that portion of the I family become thieves and rob- oersr While they wen psoy terians or after they united with the Church and kingdom of Cod You say thai the Book of Abraham was published in 1835. What has that to do with the Rook of Mormon? You say doctrines o devii.s Denavt toi' nla.icio ,.f .-, . .,1c l . I l-U.,U!a ed in fulfillmeat ol tiie Word o SlRA.diD from the f-irm on Drew Ryan of Dry Creek one pony mare white spotted. Any one giviag mformation whereby 13 1, i recov W said poay I will P pi Goti , At u they, the Utah (people bavo i -a .1 into houses Kill' OVe COJ womnn laden with sins, learning, but u ve able i . to knowledge of the truth, t 13 Preabxtcriao: b.ve the i and the veal genuine faith, ho above parties arc to Uu ll1"::'. 'OQ: (mUlCO, Mi. '"' i la , you ouid noi Ht'.nn rcu. that for the world t UCU ut a Lm1 .'hited ind hag b Authon o bin' ! hnt. : oru ni d heco jld n ad a '""i It s ie'.ivereu wj ii iu unie imed :'. So Dpi -IV t i and ho sid I am not learn mand's extremity is God nertonity and in fulfthm the 20th. chap, of l?a. The hook came forth and that out of the ground and spoke out o! the dust. Also Iaa. S." troth was to spring out of ihe ground (how; in tht Wjrds ol the book, not a book, but th- words of a book tie was io no a .vuu- that was to announce to tne uuouj nuruumi trie streets snout world that Jerusalem was to be dug-"Here he comes, the admk inhabited as to ns without walls in fn.f1llm0nt.tn 7ipf.h ''eh. Did iu ...I.... . - Uie angei comu auu spkh, u.i uu- other angel and tell the second angel to ran and speak to Tahu Knox, the Rather of Pre byt nanism, .5 hnWesh y, Aiex.i Campbtdl and tbers or tne .,,..0 .nn.lina nf mii I imp, uiwucoj and country of ours. Why did I.. .. L'nnv n,iv; t-.ho l,l,i'sllV- iiu.ui lviiuauii,"""1 "-- tenan enurenr v. as oe so com- mtndeu oy tne jjeity, or uiu ne it, himself and not by divine y; Bivioe command And it command, why did t ut p! -Apost.les. Piuaphets livaugeii s Pastors, Biobops, j-kders, .teach a id Deacons, v. by did be not tell the people that God's plan of saving the human race never changes. And why did he cause to be put into your Articles of Faith a God without a body, parts and passions, and that the Spiritual Blessings that were given on the day of Penitent had ceased, was it because God bad so commanded him to do -o, Please explain to the Headers ol the CRESSET why you aud your great Illumination church doea not stand pat vith the old le'.msalem doctrine, with all of I 1 Olil.'Ors, 'aith and blessiugs. To Be Continued. iOTICE. ,a information Ey an Macomb Mo, Wright 0 , PO R H( ) W TO TREAT A BROTHER Continu d I iji hi" - Protps ar.ls . I hi 1 f) Rifiti will roui nostt'i'itv bo sacriliced, for similar crimes, unit ss God in his mercy drive fr ui yourj lundi ftW mine by adoption, every vestige of tho t o il i re- ligioti. No sooner was Colignyl !, titan MS ;u I was i cur i Out'- (I presented to Queen I i'.o sent for nei" per. i luun r, aud ordered it tn be em .1 tnd forwarded to ih-1 Cooi', is a mai u- ni her devotion . to the ooly sea. Hut even this did no satisfy the queen Her Popish bn odbounds, beatiug oi Coligiiy' murde . us,,Jeu stress to ins auartmi uts, searching ever where for bis inanirled hodv and insi louud it a oru tier ill r-ru was raised 'Toe adiZiira ! th admiral They tied hi- leus and " uu uragtfeu lai yn cut on bis , a- s. anotlv er Ills tests, another liU nrw.. v., uuiiusn a, i ney abandoned ihe body, to 8t the boys a:nus(. themselves by inspecting it, and then tumo;ed I lutn river, But tin zealous Catharbn was not sanstied yet. Thi- good dau-j trht.fir nf tho 1 . . . x. . ....,1 ,.1 i..l 1 " v" ' uiuci uu tut: river to be dragged until what VOntllnH.l nf II, ,. P!i '.""."vv, ... uu.- v.uojii..v an xouna, ana then ordered it to h i-utig a cuius on ibbet: a 'J v'l, unt; eon. AOdd Fellow order would have lo v.-i er, a Roman I confess all even to tho signs, ic peaking of this, says: grips and pass-words. For this road to Mountf aeon was a cause we sav that, x Catludi.- i n scene of ince-sant bustle, creat, ed by the. gentlemen of Cat ha iue s cou ft. vho. in splendid rr i ! : IBBter I. Copyrighted in 1013, C.mtiuued from pat ;c ii. -pi,,.. ,...,.... , . , x lun riuo w excavate aoes not iciievc too mnaowner Iromthe uutytotalte reasonable precau- . , , . . Lons iiuu caio-y on tne vvoru w.th t .1 1 1 e cm ro O mils ', I ' V,'- l' 'Ijn ill', I no I and care to avoid injury to.ad.join ing land upon wmch there are owner, wich regulates the liind'J0U"' as to iritee ft. 1 4 with the or buildings. In many 'states statu- of a stnicinn- mn dinary injoymout of life or thn tes have b on enacted which: i govern the matting of i scavatlons limit the depth, speciry the pr p.nMinn which must, he tnln ,o 7 ' " ,v Usually these statut s require; . 1 i 1 ! . I mat noc.ee oejiven to, the owner of the adjoining property of the intended excavation .-o that buildings mav be protected, Whether there is a statute or u t cms t- a wise precaution Iu the absence of some special restriction one may build almost any sort of a tsructure that he desires on his property and in any location so long as be keeps drosses and perfumed witli,e&c ncos, went to lusuit me renes oi 'Coligny. Catharine also went j with her numerous retinue, Charles accompanied bin mother Cn arriving betor the gallows, I the cob r tics turned u.wny their beads,and bold their mi a unt th j stench arising Hum hali! outrtlled ! said Ohl'les and hi- io t J oi ! their coui'tics. "the de.ul body iiih.cretio always smells web (Synosis of t'opery Kig j I.'iU ! is with th liUnUi ri .1. otbeis thai could be recorded heiein, saving that tbev n ill 1 soon build i hei- own insi itutions over the grave's of Protestantism aiul American L lberty. We now turn again to Hro, Veach and say tha'iu acting the part of the good Samaritan he mu n , , . . , , , fda fellow ought to do. And that Odd Fellow that will i ;ot do the same, is in sympathy with the monarchal newer of luunan Catholicism and eaunot be ea 1 . ., , ...... . 1, . llr.fl it l,o, ai Vjinzen, i or it v sna matter. It is a public matter and not a secret matter.! I t does noi belong to the Lodge room alone, with th pxe.pnilnn of sjeing as lar as possibl that no Catholic get into th Loth and our reason tor iayinir so is because the Priest claims it to j crime lor any uatho ic, to e bolont? to :l secret or,!,o- n.t the Catholic wh.. would i in tiie barred from Hip Lodge room of Udd-Fcllows. The Catholic is a sui the P lest belore u n Waillvw on Thii Acts of Your Neifihbflr . By Walter K. Towers; A. B .1 it within boundaries of lib property. IC owes OI.it n ,,.,, ,. , . , . ,, tils neighbor not. to shut o the .ilHlko,.n, ,-,,, , .,,... M ,. ,-. ,, . , nujonuuH IM Uililses. 1 MIS IS , tlu, )t,u( I ii i u!e There may be I buuju restriction applying to tin j the transfer of some previous build, where it maybe nuilu'an.l I , iu. .in ii i. iui uuava u ujii uc use 1 There may be a uiuuiomal or . ,. cn.inci buildi regulatlug, the sort of ; hat m iv o built within certain limits, end ii -o it must be complied with, Before you plan to erect a structure or buy land w ith view to erecting astru - joture b .sure that you know i what the restrictions are. "Spit houscs"are, generally speaking within the law. One may build any sort of structure he will, in the absence of restrictions, and the law will not inquire into his READ THE mm :ove o very tning else, Thorefw e h no fit sub. i. It, is joct for Odd-FeiloXv noi u so!:terlau eburcb, because it n;i eei do religiiti about ii. And spark of Liberty is taken ib- hi .in who ia under tin- in iesi An..! H an Udd KcUov :an, and does not warn his w euiniades of the approach danger of this enemy, bis obligation- are nothing and bis I deeds worst- than nothing. For f the principles ol Odd JAiilowship p' l' tun strides 1 It !)!c ti achiogs not iinderstaiid ngs of Jouitban Ut else we di the Hi Idt teauli and lavid and theii ovennnt. we believe that we under- standi llierol'ore. we must tay that Iho. each did right in shooting those arrows ol warn- ing through his papt r. And in doing' this be surely was acting the pa rt of a good Samaritau to ward the poor and needy of OUT laiub iu warning tbein of the ap proaching danger of the sly mluuty creeping in upon them, little by little. And it must he true that l' of tl iCf -Mjvcrign Grand Lodge have act id the t of ilie priest and Le- vite in doing what they have in favoring Catholicism, in doing 1 nil tl. could to tin V' Iho. Veach bo syuipti' j expelled, could tbe thisi s, 01 orsc, to say mem bur. . Or t Is- they milsi of done what tin4,y did without due cor: sidcration, In e'ither case we must say shame, and let the night blush lor sha me . Ii?s:v U"" - - L). of tho .c'.hgan B vc, , motive , The air must not be unreason- ably polluted by smoke, gfiscs s or odor Whether any use is unreasoable depends upon the particular cir cumstances of thai General loca- I tioiJ- Thc polutiou uiu-,t heso so- com lort ol existence b fore the ni'1 will interfere. In the ab- i , i . i.- I !VTM- U1 "romance one may generally, bui n any kind oi coal be wishes to. if oue keep-, angerous and unusual things upon his premis- es, as stores of high explosives, ! he. is responsible, for any injury which may result to a neighbor, us this is regarded as h au uuroa- sonabln use. The rise one premises must ordinarily careful norma! peison. makes of f, h. that of au prudent and . - .... tiling uisi V.