A MOST EXTRAORDINARY BOOK. MARIA WARD'S DISCLOSURES! TENTH EDITION NOW READY OF FEMALE LIFE AMONG THE MORMONS. A NARRATIVE of many years' personal experi-ence. By the wife of a Mormon Elder, recently from Utah. With a view of Salt Lake City. One 12mo. volume. Price $1. CONTENTS. Curiosity Awakened. The Mormon Meeting. The Midnight Assemblage. Arrival of Joe Smith. The Mob and its Victim. Female Heroism. Mormon Vexations. A Startling Proposition. Mr. Ward offers his Hand. The Young Wife has Fears. Spiritual Wives. A Mormon Heroine. The Abduction of Hannah. Ellen's Narrative. Alarming Intelligence. Arrival at the Promised Land. Startling Revelations. Mrs. Murray Discloses Secrets. Portraits of Mormon El-ders . Mr. Ward's Escape. Regulators take Ven-geance. Mrs. Bradish in a Dun-geon. Death of the Prophet. Description of the New Leader. Mrs. Bradish's Adven-tures. Mode of Making Converts. The Prophet's Favorite. Polygamy Encouraged. Alarmed by Indians. Women Lost or Captured. Strange Advice for a Wo-man. Disappointed Match-Ma-ker. Love in the Wilderness. Courting by the Camp-Fire. A Wife's Trouble. A New Flora's Interpre-ter. A Scene at "Meal- Time." Hostile Indians. Prophet Braved by a Wo-man. An Old Fool and a Young: Flirt. Evil Results of Polygamy. The Prophet and his Vic-tim. A Father Sells his Daugh-ters. The Forsaken Wife. A Domestic Scene. Youthful Victims. Mormons Kill Strange; Game. The New Wife. Mormon Dinner table. Mesmerism and Mormon-ism Mrs. Bradish Reveals Se-crets. Mysterious Disappear-ances. Murder of Gunison's Par-ty. Doubts and Fears. Escape of the Author. This book is now for the first time brought promi-nently before the public. Although it has been pub-lished but a few weeks, no less than ten editions have been issued. It has also been republished in England with still greater success. The London Times and London Observer each devote two columns to its re-view. Says The Christian Journal and Messenger, Cincin-nati: "The book will secure unhesitating attention from all quarters-will be universally read in Europe as well as in America, and we doubt not will become one of the most important, if not the most important, in-strumentality in enlightening the world on Mormon-ism, and in bringing to bear upon it that public opinion so necessary to drive it as an abomination from the earth. It will rouse particularly the American peo-ple." Says The Boston Daily Transcript: "It will rival Maria Monk's Revelations in the feel-ing it is destined to excite. 'Female Life Among the Mormons,' is no hearsay exposition, but the conscien-tious record of an individual experience." J. C. DERBY, Publisher, NO. 119 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK. And for sale by Booksellers and Agents everywhere. Single copies sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of price. For further particulars, apply as above. Publishers of papers giving the above one in-sertion shall have a copy of the book post-paid.
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