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merchants who are unwilling to surrender all had in trying to collect what they claimed was you have to the servint of the Lord. Ensign due them on the Utah Magazine. And then our Peak may be foundpny morning on the top of ; beloved President can start a new Co-op. on a basis which he can always control, with the asWE, Us & Co. - - Enrroas AND Paornrnrons. your lot, Provo Lake washing around your back ' sistance of Bro. Hiram. door, and the “roar‘of the li-” that is the bear i I hope you will do all you can to prepare the CITY OF ENOCH, MAY 18, ORDINARY YEAR 1874. ——or the voice of Enoch the second—rumbling minds of the people of Logan to join this holy out of the Cottonwoods or from the tOp of the ; order. 0 how my soul leaps for joy to think that some of us who have been obliged to eke Lion house, causing the sinners in Zion to? out a miserable existence for ourselves and famA WARNING T0 UNBELIEVERS IN ENOCH. tremble and all nations to wait in fearful sus- ; ilies by the most menial labor for these rich Few people are aware of the terrible risk pense for their time to come. Eepent! Repentll 3_ men can soon meet them on an equal plane and let them do some of their own dirty work while which the unbelieving inhabitants of Salt Lake Repeat!!! thereto e, before’it Is too late. we engage in some of the more important deCity are running by continuing to reject the partments of business which we are quite as cagreat and holy order of Enoch. They don't ONE or run: FAITHFUL enonmms THE pable of attending to as they are. nonnn May 4th. know what took place only six thousand years Since writing the above I learn that Jennings ago when the first Enoch order was rejected. The following interesting and suggestive let- and Hooper visited President Young to urge From the top of Main street, where Enoch the. ter was handed to us for publication. Names him not to push the order too rashly as they ﬁrst then lived, he upset rivers of water into feared it would split the church. I thought. “0 we suppress. @nuth’s 53111105314. ye of little faith;” and at ﬁrst I wished he fresh places; he made huge mountains, larger SALT LAKE Crrrf‘May 1st., 1874 than the Wasatch range, tilt light off their foundations and jump for miles until they got out of his presence. We are not joking by any means. The Pearl of Great Price, published by Apostle Richards at Liverpool, tells us, on page 3, of a few of the wonders performed by Enoch the ﬁrst, and what, of course, may occur any day in Utah should the wicked contin. ue to ﬁght against the new Order. In that would tell them it was none of their business Dear Brother S—--, and just go ahead and cut off every man who Logan, Cache 00.. refused to join. But you know Bro. Young’s tender nature and how patient and long-sufferThe Order of Enoch is the absorbing topic . ing he is with those who have not suﬂicient of here. All the poor working men who, like my- [ the spirit of the Lord to at once understand his self, have been toiling for years in poverty and ' plans. So I suppose this was the reason that privation are rejoiced at the prospect of a com- he told them, yesterday, in the tabernacle, that ‘N 1! 90 it I it ’0 * parative life of ease and pleasure. For manyi he did not want their silver, gold, houses, lands, long and weary years the poor thousands of ,1 horses and carriages, etc., he only wanted the Utah have toiled to enrich moneyed aristocrats é people themselves and their time. But, of and speculators who have been fattening oﬂ“ the 3 course, I understood this. Brigham’s smart; blood and sweat of the poor saints. But, thank 1 and, before he gets through, he will show them God, “the promised day of Israel” so ()Itcnl So great was the faith of Enoch that he led talked and sung about, is near at hand, when , that the “wisdom of God is greater than the the people of God. and their enemies came to these rich cormorants will be made to disgorge i cunning of the devil.” If he manages to get battle, and he spoke the word of the Lord and their dishonest gains for the beneﬁt of Zion and ‘ themselw-s and their labor, their property is only a question of time; and it is quite an obthe earth trembled, and THE MOUNTAINS FLED her poor, oppressed people. Of course we ’ ject. to have the property of such men as JenAWAY, even according to his command; and the rivers of water ism-e turned out of their course: and don't expect toulive inidle ess; indeed we shall 9 nings, Hooper. Eldredge, etc., in the order. wet see that our Last night Harrison, Kelsey, Shearnian, Lawthe roar of the lion was heard out of the wil- ‘have fren‘ heart to work labors tend to enrich ourse’Wésfa‘nd the rich rence and Stenhoirse,”oht of their black hearts, derness; and all nations feared greatly, so powmen have to fare as we do and share with us poured forth a torrcnt of lies and abuse about erful was the word of Enoch and so great was their ﬁne houses, apparel and horses and cnrria- . our beloved President and the Order. My THE bow“ or LANGUAGE which God had given wonderful book it says: ges. Of course they think this cruelly unjust? blood boiled and my ﬁngers worked convulsiveand hard. When Jennings, Hooper and others , ly—as Bro. Wells’ did when Godbe and Harricame here they were as poor as any of us: i son were before. the School of the Prophets—to Grecian stories of the gods toppling over all they have was made out of the saints, and it 5 reach their accursed throats. ‘ I only wish Bromountains and playing smash with things gen- is only just that all their riches should be used i, Brighum would give us permission—we don‘t for the beneﬁt of the people from whom they: want any commandment; there are scores, like erally. In this case it all really took place. were obtained. myself, who would jump at the chance of cutMountains did actually move off into the coun0! how my heart swells with gratitude and. ting their d d throats; But I understand trv on the run. just to get out of Enoch’s way. love to President Young for inaugurating this ‘ the Authorities don‘t think it policy at present. him. Now this is no fable—it is no myth, like the A few words addressed to the crust of the earth ' longdooked for hoped and prayed for day ! l‘e The time will come. however, when “judgment made it shiver and shake until it was quite un- has, indeed, proved himself the friend of tin-g mil in laid to the lint-- and righteousness to the pleasant to walk upon; and a simple allusion or two to the rivers made them feel so uncom- working class [especially when lit trit'd to re— duce their wages—W. U. 8; Co.] and thousands ; plummet." “'r- wry much regret that he did . not ltrt us carry out thr‘ plan laid for us about desire, as I do. to see him become the richest two years 21g“, hr B . to (‘it an out every fortable that they got up out of their beds and man on the earth and to see him and his family d. have every luxury their hearts can ticts‘ll‘t". lt' p'acc. “cut thundering through the country. And ull this, remember. was by the mere force of “l‘luoch‘s latiguare.” Niturally enough lions were disturbed in their minds and roared to relieve their feelings—~how did they know but what he might order the hair on their backs to grow inside their stomachs or play some oth: d ixpostntc and obnoxious gentile in the Some of the whiners were afraid Uncle Bro. Brigham had never done anything else, for . Fain might interfcie. Bah! didn’t the Supreme us, this one move entitles him to our eternal i Court decide that tin lhrited States had nothing gratitude and devotion, and for one I fecl to lay i to do with 'l'crritoriwl offences? Besides what wives, children and life itself at his feet, and?, docs Unclc Sum care about a, few scalps? We’d only regret that I have no other property to add. ! have done it anyhow if that infernal Mc Kcan BIO. Brigham has expressed his readiness to ,' had attciiiptcd to st-iid the President to Camp * we all hope and pray he will not do so. Our} * 4* .ﬂ * 96 i * safety and prosperity depends upon the contin- i er fearful pranks With them? Of course “ALL Your Brother in the Gospel, uance of his wealth and power. How could he ' A——» J— NA'i‘ioNs feared greatly."—a man of those talk- control Congress and defy the. lower of (Hil‘tOi'ing powers was an uncomfortable neighbor to bare shouting around. Now all these powers are quietly concealed in Enoch the second. He doesn’t mention them because he is naturally modest; but the consecrate all his possessions to the order; but 1 as was threatt ned. rupt govr-riiinent if it Were not for the money at his common-l? To say nothing of the men at home whom he bends to his will and our good. So 1 say God bless Brigham Young and increase his substance a thousand-fold. Poor Bro. Maughan often used to talk of this miracles of the last days arc to eclipse those of day and chuckle over the time when Bro. Jen- i ——+o-o-——— 3 Sou}: piety-shield n old sinner seemed to have j received a scvei‘c blow from some remarks made . by Mrs. Woodhull. by the way he winces under i it, and rushes into print in Saturday’s Tribune to vent his indignation at the eﬂ'rontery of that i Think of that, rebels against iiings would be called on to give up his riches ? woman's daring, to say that there is such a the holy Order, and tremble! Bro. Brigham has only to get on top of the Bee-hive house some fine day and tell Main street to mow: soul could not have. tarried here until he witnessed the consummation of his anticipations. It is a pity that so good a man as he appears to I hear some whispers that Jennings, Hooper, be, from the tone of his letter, shqnld don a cap ancient times. and possessions. What a pity that his great thing as prostitution rampant in this country. that cannot possibly ﬁt him, in the way he does. dcr; but I do not credit it. They have a ﬁne op- But not content with this, he mourns to think Rush Valley, Bingham Canyon and the Cot- portunity to prove their sincerity and devotion tit...‘ 11.9}. who have sense enough to leave the into the Jordan, the Twin Peaks to slide into Townsend, etc., will not submit to the new or- 3 to thecause of Zion, and I hope they will do so: but if they do not the President can handle BL .ruxcn Church do not become Methodists. houses of the gentiles and apostates to sink into them as he did Walker Brothers, Lawrence, l' epic of st use are not in the habit of jumping the earth, and there will be a fearful sight! Godbe and others ; and when they are once out oizt if the frying—pan into the ﬁre, but if he Too late then we shall repent that we did not of the church they will have as happy a time :, could convert the. Mormon people into crabs, tonwoo is to walk into San Francisco, and the join the Order. Think of it you Mormon collecting their debts as Harrison and GodbeI they might progress in the direction he desires.