"More Trains In," Deseret Evening News, 20 Aug. 1868, 3
MORE TRAINS IN.—Captain Rawlins' train, of 31 wagons, arrived this morning, with nearly 300 passengers. There were two deaths in the company from Laramie City to this city: Sarah Johnston, from London, aged 72 years; and Ann Green, aged 74 years. The train left on the 25th of July, and laid over two days by the way, making the trip in 24 traveling days. The passengers looked cheerful, healthy, and in good condition.
Captain Chester Loveland's train, of 40 wagons, and about 400 passengers, arrived this afternoon. They had three deaths during the journey, two infants, and one aged woman [Sarah Turner]. This train also left on the 25th ult., and laid over some days, during one of which the Indian hunt occurred, to retake the animals stampeded by the savages, mentioned in Captain [Chester] Loveland's letter published a few days ago. The animals that were run off, and the teamsters who recaptured them and killed the Indians, looked as if they could endure the same again, and not suffer much.