||Thurs 11. Prest Y. went out this morn[in]g. in company with his bror Joseph Y. in the carriage of the latter to [blank] was out till the afternoon, heard the Editor A. Carr[ington]`8 read the Phonographers report of his remarks last sunday, ab[ou]t. home till night. Chief Walker, he was a baptized Mormon and ntuch courted by the Mormon leaders, who ryanted to remain on friendly terms with the Utes. On February 15, carries this item on Arrapene. 1857, the Manuscript History "Several of the Elders addressed the Saints in the tabernacle. during the day, Arrapene, a Utah Indian Chief, delivered d powerful exhortation to the Saints, telling them to follow their leaders, and do right, not drink whiskey or do wrong in any thing." In the Brigham Young Letterbooks there are several letters to Arrapene, some involving Arrapene's journey north to Fort Limhi with Brigham's party in April 1857. Young Letterbook, vol. 3, pp. 279, 287, 498, 728. IsAlbert Carrington was editor of the Deseret News, serving in that capacity from 1854 to 1859. Carrington had a varied and stormy career. A native of Vermont, he attended Dartmouth where he encountered difficulties regarding his paper submitted for graduation. He joined the Mormon church in 1841 and par- ticipated in the 1847 migration. In 1849%ii0 he was a member of Captain Howard Stansbury's Great Salt Lake surveying- party. He served in the Utah Legislature as a member of the Council from 1863-67. In 1868 he was chosen president of the European Mission and in 1870 named a member of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles, an office he held until 1885. Meanwhile he served several more terms as president of the European Mission. For twenty years he served as secretary to Brigham Young and became one of the administrators of the Brigham Young Estate. After the death of his close associate Brigham Young, Carrington began to have troubles and was excommunicated November 7 1885, but was admitted back into the church prior to his death which occurred September 19, 1889. clopedia, 1: 126-27. J cnson, Biographical Ency Carrington's papers are on depasit in the Special Collections Department, Marriott Library. There arc fifteen diaries cover- ing the period 184881886.