"Arrivals," Deseret News, 5 October 1864, 4.
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ARRIVALS.—Elder H. B. Clawson arrived by stage on the 22d ult., and Elder Joseph W. Young on the 25th, on business in advance of the company with which they left Wyoming on the 21st of August. That company, in which were Elders Joseph A. Young, H. S. Beattie, W. C. Staines, R. Bentley, N. Groesbeck, Jesse N. Smith, Paul H. Schettler, F. M. Farnsworth, E. Holmen, Zebulon Jacobs and S. F. Fenton, arrived on the 29th, and had the gratification of meeting and greeting President B. Young and company on 1st East street, one company arriving from the Frontiers and the other returning from the far south. Elders Bentley, Schettler, Smith and Farnsworth are welcome home from their missions in Europe, and the rest of the company from their visit to the States on business, in the prosecution of which Elder Joseph A. Young visited England.
Elder Joseph Bull, who crossed the plains in Cap. Rollins' train, arrived on the 16th ult., and was cordially greeted by his many friends and former co-laborers in the NEWS Office, after an absence of four years on a mission to England.