Transcript for "The Emigrants," Semi-Weekly Telegraph, 1 October 1866, 2
THE EMIGRANTS.—G. B. Wallace, Esq., returned yesterday from Capt. [Peter] Nebeker's train, which he left two miles below Chalk creek at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. The company will probably be in the city on Saturday morning. Capt. Thompson's train was camped 8 miles this side of Nebeker's, and will most likely arrive in the city the same day. Capt. [Joseph S.] Rawling's [Rawlin's] train was in Echo kanyon [Canyon], and will be in on Sunday. The following telegrams were yesterday received at President Young's office:
South Pass, Sep. 27, 1866.
Pass here to-day; all well. Loss of stock, nine head.
Three Crossings, Sep. 27, 1866.
Camp seven miles above here to-night. Lowry passes Sweetwater bridge to-day.