then I walked the fence and put my feet on
the south side of the canal to go to St. George.
At this moment I awoke and heard the clock
strike six (6) in the morning, trembling and in
great fear at what I had seen and heard. I told
my wife all that had transpired and in a few
moments I was again in the society of my Redeemer.
He showed me some things in his hands which he
moved about and said: "Thou seest these, but
the time is up now, but behold, I will show
more unto thee at another time."
All this was given unto me on the night, when
Pres. Young and Geo. A. Smith staid at Belleview
for the last time during Bro. Smith's life on
their way to Salt Lake City.
In Midsummer of the same year, at St. George,
the following vision was given me:
I found myself on horse back traveling between Hamilton's Fort and Cedar City going north.
When I arrived about a mile south of Cedar
City, I began to meet the Latter day Saints of
Cedar City coming south with their teams
of horses, mules, oxen, horse men and people
walking afoot 6 and 8 abreast old & young,
male & female between the hind end of a
wagon and the head of a team. They were walking
because their wagons were overloaded with grain
& provisions. I rode along the side of the train
towards Cedar City. I noticed the people were
very cheerful. The spirit said to me: