"News from the Frontier," Deseret News, 31 Aug. 1864, 384.
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NEWS FROM THE FRONTIER.—By the politeness of Wm. S. Godbe, Esq., we are enabled to give the following:-Yesterday morning Mr. Godbe received a dispatch from his agent at Atchison to the effect that Emerson Shirtleff, J. Cnina, Mr. Truman and John Worley, freighters for Mr. G., and Mr. Crandall, freighting for Walker Brothers are all encamped at Marysville, about 100 miles out from Atchison, waiting for an escort.
Claudius V. Spencer, with a train of twelve ox wagons, crossed the Weber yesterday morning, and will arrive in town to-morrow.