Proposed Constitution And By-laws Of The First United Order Of Enoch, 1870 (PDF) by The RLDS Church Printed In The True Latter Day Saints' Herald vol. 17, page 126 (1870) This eight page pamphlet contains the proposed by-laws for the First United Order of Enoch for the RLDS Church. The stated objective of the corporation, "shall be the associating together of men of capital, and those skilled in labor and mechanics, belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, in the States of Iowa and Missouri, and the other states and territories of the United States, for the purpose of settling, developing and improving new tracts of land, which tracts of land shall be selected, located and purchased, by a committee to be appointed by the Board of Directors hereinafter provided for; to take cognizance of the wants of worthy, and industrious poor men, who shall apply therefor, and provide them with labor and the means for securing homes and a livelihood; and to develop the energies and resources of the people who may seek those respective localities for settlement."
Letter From Myron H. Bond On The Book Of Mormon [from The Saints' Herald vol. 25], 1878 (PDF) by Myron H. Bond see also The Saints' Herald Letter contains information about Eber D. Howe, author of Mormonism Unvailed [sic]. "When asked by me what he [Howe] knew about Joseph Smith or S. Rigdon's connection with the Spaulding story, he said he didn't know anything." And, "He does not attempt to conceal the fact that the whole thing was gotten up for money speculation." Also contains information on John Whitmer, who stated, "...he knew as well as he knew he had an existence that Joseph (Smith) translated the ancient writing which was upon the plates which he 'saw and handled,' and which, as one of the scribes, he helped to copy, as the words fell from Joseph's lips, by supernatural or almighty power."
Baptism For The Dead [from The Saint's Advocate vol. 3], 1880 (PDF) by W. W. Blair Article discusses baptism for the dead. "It is not commonly known that President Young taught and administered baptism for the dead in a very different way than Joseph did, This he admits, in part, while at Nauvoo, after Joseph's death, as may be seen by consulting his sermons in the Times and Seasons. And it is not commonly known to Utah Saints that Joseph taught that baptism for the dead could be done properly, only by revelation; that is, that no living person should be baptized for a dead one unless there was a divine revelation through 'the man of God;' (to say that the dead one desired, and was prepared for, such proxy baptism; but such is the fact. Faith and repentance, must precede baptism; and how can it be known that any dead person has the requisite faith and repentance except it is revealed through legitimate channel, 'the man of God?'"
Zion's Redemption [from Autumn Leaves vol. 3], 1890 (PDF) by Alfred White see also Autumn Leaves Experience of Elder Alfred White given in 1885. He states that he was very concerned about how Zion would be redeemed. The voice of the God spoke to him and said, "'The time was when my people might have redeemed Zion, if they had kept my counsel, but now it has passed out of their power. I will redeem Zion in its time, and I will do it in this way:' Then I saw a narrow and very bright red ring which included Independence and a portion of the surrounding country, the center of which seemed to be a little southwest of where I was standing on a high spot of ground. Then he said, 'Do you see that ring?' I said, 'Yes.' Then he said, 'I have sanctified all of the ground inside of this ring, and I will not suffer any person to live inside of this ring except those who keep the celestial law.'" The experience continues for another 3 pages.