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Transcript for "Home Items: The Immigration," Deseret News, 19 September 1866, 333

THE IMMIGRATION.—We are pleased to publish the following telegrams to Pres. B. Young:—

 

Sweetwater, 11.


Cap. Nebeker passed here today; some of his passengers had mountain fever. Teems look well.

 

A. E. HINKLEY.

 

 

 

South Pass, 12.


My train left this morning all well, the stock are doing as well as could expect. No Indians to bother. Had flour to last to Green River. Are making good fair time with my train.

 

J[OHN]. D. HOLLADAY.

 

 

 

Platte Bridge, 12.


Passed here all right. The cattle I left here thirty-eight head are all stolen. I think I can arrive home with the cattle I have.

 

A[NDREW]. H. SCOTT.

 

 

 

Three Crossings, 18.


We passed here all in good spirits; going along well; a good deal of sickness among the passengers; cattle doing well.

 

P[ETER]. NEBEKER.

 

 

 

Little Sandy, 14.


My train left here this p.m. for Big Sandy, all well and in good spirits; very anxious to arrive home; my stock doing well; some tender footed. Mr. Hinkley informed me that there were twenty sacks of flour at Ham's Fork; if I get that it will supply me in.

 

J[OHN]. D. HOLLADAY.

 

 

 

Deer Creek, 14.


I pass here today all well.

 

H[Orton]. D. HAIGHT.

 

 

 

Laramie, 15.


The company are all in excellent health; teams in good condition and making good progress.

 

A[BNER]. LOWRY.

 

 

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