Transcript for "Got In," Deseret News, 24 October 1866, 373
GOT IN.—Captain Abner Lowry's train of 60 wagons and about 100 passengers got into the city on Monday, a little before noon. This is the last immigrant train of the season. They encountered some severe weather on the latter part of the trip; but the immigrants stood it very well. We are glad that this train has got in, and that all the immigration is safe in the Territory as early as it is. There was more mortality than ordinary in Cap. Lowry's train, in consequence of a malignant form of dysentery which afflicted many on the first part of the journey across the plains; but the deaths, we are happy to say, were not so numerous as was currently reported some time ago.