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. NEW UNIFORM FOR THE ORDER. PLEASE publish that Barnet Moses Giles was cut off of the Church of Jesus Christ of LatterAs President Young is desirous of clothing day Saints, for apostacy, on Wednesday evehis serfs in a distinctive dress that he may know ning, Salt Lake City, May 13th, 1874, in public them,we would advise him not to stop at wood- meeting. THOMAS TAYLOR, Bishop. en shoes, but to adopt the following, which we amend from Sir Walter Scott's “Ivanhoe,” for his consideration, and which he will ﬁnd eco- A. R. WRIGHT. Clerk, might be possible to discover among those valuable manuscripts the diary Noah kept while in the ark, which would be quite interesting, and if we can persuade the Urim and Thummimer to translate it for us at any price, we will publish it in the Anvoc my for the beneﬁt of the Saints. 0r Abraham might tell us about the 1ngels he 14th Ward. There, Moses, you’ve been and gone and done nomical, ample and admirably suited to the it, just as we told you you would! How did you took in, and whether the inclination men now needs of this people, as the entire outﬁt could think the Church-and-Kingdom could afford to have for taking everybody in arises from a fear be home-made and inexpensive: A close jacket run two Prophets at once, when the one they that they may not take angels in, or is a pecuwith sleeves composed of the tanned hide of have got is enough to ruin them? You're always liarity which has come down in a line of natural some animal, on which the hair is left, to reach putting your foot in it! If you had taken descent from him. The fact is, it is hard to from the throat to the knee, and serve at once proper heed of the Mormon creed and minded tell how much valuable information might not all the purposes of body clothing; an opening your own business, you would not now be un- be gained from a careful study of those old at the collar wide enough to admit the passage dergoing a buffetting by Satan, and might have alphabets by Urim 8: Co. of the head. Wooden shoes, a sort of roll of had a chance .nfstcpping into the prophetic Those English barbarians have been illthin leather round the legs, ascending above the shoes when the present Elijah had gone up—in a treating some of our elders who were sent to calf and leaving the knees bare like those of a ﬁery chariot. But you’ve lost all show, and preach the new and everlasting doctrine of Highlander. No covering upon the head but that have been “out off," and you may thank your Enochism to them—insulting them by throwaﬁ’orded by nature. A brass ring, resembling a lucky stars that times have changed since Joe ing cobble stones at their heads and asking dog’s collar, but without an opening, sodered Morris set up opposition prophet, or you might them how many wives they had in Utah, etc. fast around the neck, so loose as to form no im- be cut off in a different fashion, and turned This shows how far behind ourselves are the pediment to breathing, yet so tight as to be in- over to Satan immediately. Now don’t you at- English in civilization. Now, out in this councapable of being removed except by the use of tempt to moveagain without ﬁrst asking our try, instead of getting up a mob and using cobthe ﬁle. On this gorget shall be engraved advice, and then you won’t get into these ble stones for such an ignominious purpose as “D. Phool (or whatever the name may be), is scrapes. . the pelting of a man who is so absurd as to difthe property of Brigham Young, his heirs and fer with us in opinion, we just form into miliassigns forever." This costume has the adMasses. Ennoas.-—Please insert the follow- tary order, call ourselves the Nauvoo Legion vantage of dating much farther back than any ing advertisement in the ADVOCATE and charge and, under the generalship of our experienced that has yet been suggested, having been in it to prophet and loss. Insert cuts of the fruit as leader, march upon the offender and capture and vogue among the serfs of England some ﬁfteen shoot him in a gentlemanly and Christianlike below. B. LA GARD. hundred years since, and not being subjected to manner—-as Witness the case _of Jbe Morris. TRADE -MARK. the ﬁfteen hundred years of blightmg civilizaBut as for taking a cobble stone, so useful an tion, approaches nearer the primitive purity of article in building up the kingdom, and hurling the clothing used by our ﬁrst parents, and it at a man.—our soul revolts at the idea. abolishes entirely the “fornication pants” that have caused our President so much trouble. THE following sharp piece of sarcasm we clip from the» ladies’ petition to the City Council, .’ sums boys Ware ﬁnestet‘e for exercising themselves on the sabbath, against the pleasure of the Church-and-kingdom, by playing ball. On Monday they were brought before that vir- I » praying. thatlgody 11%.“) grant any more liquor licenses. In appealing to you we feel conﬁdent that we are pleading with men of upright consciences; men of intelligence and sound judgment: . tuous old Justice who ﬁlls the magisterial chair’ : ‘ a thoughtful, reﬂtcting and considerate men, who with so much credit to himself and honor to the [Copyrighted . ] regard the welfare of society; men to whom Brethren buy no more melted lard for olive words need not be multiplied, and to whom, therefore, we cheerfully and respectfully suboil when you can get the pure article import-ed mit this petition. direct (from Cincinnati)by me and warranted Just think of it: our City Council men of pure olive oil. B. LA Gun). upright consciences, inn lligcnce, etc.! Ha! Ha!! Church, at the City Hall, whose honesty was so well set forth by an account published some time since showing that he had used some thou- sands of dollars of city money for charitable purposes, who had been so useful in “engineer- Ha!!! @‘w.-a;=rr==a""r‘ﬁ. . mus-7‘ q, . s,- ing the Robinson case through,” and that pious it ii .4: 6 is .‘i That’s the richest thing We’ve read for The Deseret News says that Daniel Graves many a day. old man, with tears in his eyes and sorrow at If the lady (‘2) who got up that petition will apply at this ofﬁce we will resign our tripod and quill into her hands and retire. it is claimed, were used by such old time We feel our inal iiity to cope with her in that worthits as Adam, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, line. __,,,. --..-O-—— Moses and other distinguished characters.” THE poor wriitch whom we mentioned in Enoch the 2d must have had a new revelation our last as having received some severe blows from No. 1 Enoch, concerning those alphabets. ing scene, have told them that though the Sav- For the alphabet Mr. Adam studied when a- from Mrs. Woodhull must have been fearfully ior said that the sabbath was made for man he , little cub at a primary school, was supposed to hurt, for he rushes into print again in Thurs‘ had nowhere said that it was made for boys ‘have been lost several years ago, and tq have day's Tribune, and squirms worse than ever. and should then have sent ghem home to study taken its place 7 ng , the ‘ dead and He says that up ci ' 'zed race can exist without showed them “a number of sheets containing his heart, told those wicked boys how wrong it was to violate the Christian sabbath by taking the exercise needed for developing their muscles, and, with a gulp of sorrow at the thought of their fearful crime and the emptiness of his own pocket, ﬁned them two dollars and ﬁfty cents each. He should, to complete the touch- 114 ancient alphabets. I Some of the alphabets, u over the “blue laws" and proﬁt thereby. 'By buried alphabets, agent‘s it could not be recovo a church, and thent at hehlongs to no church the way, our City Council could find some very cred without. the Urim and Thummim, and that excellent things in them that they might adop. an ordinary individual could have brought it to with considerable proﬁt, if not propriety, and light is impossible. It the second edition of we would advise them to give them a careful ex- Enoch will only study those documents careamination at their next meeting. fully, he may be able to discover how the original Enoch run the machine before these Tn: Hon. G. Q., the man appointed by Brig- horrible customs of civilization clogged its so we presume a barbarian can be forgiven for the nonsense he utters, and such unchristian ejaculations as “This High Priestess of vice!" “Balderdash by a crazy woman!" “Compound of lies, ﬁlth and folly!" etc., which he hurls in through the article. After all, we believe him to be. some “Holy Willie," who makes a great show of the very little virtue he possesses, and ham to Congress, has taken his seat as Repre- wheels, and would undoubtedly be able to ﬁnd confesses in private: sentative from "President" Young's Pocket some improvements which he could engraft adAnd yet, 01 Lord, confess I trust, vantageously upon his own system. Or it I'm sftimes fashed wl' fleslw lust. Borough.