"Arrival of Merchandise," Deseret News, 7 September 1864, 393.
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ARRIVAL OF MERCHANDISE.—W. S. Godbe's first train, consisting of drugs, groceries and general merchandise arrived on the evening of the first, in charge of Cap. C. [Claudius] V. Spencer.
Hooper and Eldredge's first train of the season came into town on Saturday noon.
A train of 22 wagons, for Barrow and Co., came on to the Public Square on Saturday night.
Kimball and Lawrence's train of 35 wagons got in on Monday.