"Home Affairs: From the Emigration," Semi-Weekly Telegraph, 10 September 1866, 3.
Little Sandy, Sep. 5, 1866.
Passed Capt. Chipman's train on Big Sandy. Left him forty sacks flour. All well in camp.
A. E. HINKLEY,
South Pass, Sep. 6, 1866.
Met Tho[m]as Taylor at Dry Sandy, all well. We shall stay here till to-morrow morning.
A. E. HINKLEY.
Sweetwater, Sep. 6, 1866.
My train passed here this morning, all well. No Indians to bother. The road good. I will be in the city on 24th or 25th of Sept.
J. D. HOLLADAY.