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Chapter 1 ✦ ✦ ✦ ✦ ✦ The Ute Country and the Mining Districts J uly 3rd 1880. , and back. It consisted of Mrs. J. A. Horbach and her daughter, Miss Mary2 and son Paul, Mrs Watson and son, Burt; Miss Jeannette C. Jewett—all of Omaha, and Mrs. W. B. Royall, Miss Agnes Royall and Dr. [Richards] Barnett, Lieut. M. C. Foote and the writer—all of Fort Omaha. The ladies were all lovely and refined and extremely gentle and companionable—the gentlemen, well acquainted with each other and with the ladies whom they had in charge.
Crook, Genl. E. Smith, Lieut. McCammon, Col. ) Mr. Y. and brother of Indian Territory and Lieut. Bourke started for Springville, Utah. , were joined by Mr. , who had made every preparation for our trip. R. R. which has been built up Spanish Fork to carry down wood, coal, coke and wool from the crest of the Wasatch range. In coal and wood, it already promises to do an immense business and may become in the near future the channel for carrying a large amount of gold ore and wool to the Salt Lake market.
This, however, was a great advantage and gave us a cool, bright drive, with very little dust, through the Mormon villages of Beaver, Pancake, and Minersville— all of them showing improvements of a permanent type indicating that the Mormons have settled in this country to remain. Milford has a quartz mill and smelting works, neither of which we had time or inclination to visit. Mr. , and Mr. Williams, of the Milford Smelting works, were waiting with a special engine and caboose to take us on to Frisco; we delayed only long enough to eat lunch and then started.