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Transcript for "Home Items: Telegrams," Deseret News, 30 August 1866, 309

TELEGRAMS.—The following telegrams have been received by President B. Young:—

Denver, 21.
Arrived here at 12.30. Leave at 2 p.m. Met F. D. Richards, Oscar B. Young and Nicholas Groesbeck at River Station yesterday, all well.
JOHN T. CAINE.

Alkali, 21. 

My train is all well. Traveling fine.
J. S. RAWLINS.

Sweetwater, 19.
We laid over yesterday to hunt for a lost man, by name of Robert Doble, could not find him. All is well.
S. D. WHITE.

Platte Bridge, 23.

Passed here today all well. Stock look fine. Getting along better than expected.
CAPT. CHIPMAN.

South Pass, 23.
My train passed here today, all well.
S. D. WHITE.

Fort Mitchell, 23.

I arrived at this place at noon today; all well, with a few exceptions; none seriously ill. Stock in good condition. Making good time.
J. D. HOLLADAY.

Alkali, 24.
C. M. Gillet died on the 20th. We are all well. Passed Scott's train at Plum Creek.
THOS. TAYLOR.

Fremont Springs, 25.
My train passed here all right, today.
H. SCOTT.

Sweetwater, 26.
Passed here today, all well. W. H. CHIPMAN.

Three Crossings, 28.
We arrived here all right. W. H. CHIPMAN.

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