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1920 edition. Excerpt: ...and a fine serenade given to the Judge
elect, against whom the malice of the secessionists was mainly
directed. We noticed our old friend Ira H. Morton, although himself
a former candidate for Judge, striving nobly for the right, and
earning for himself "golden opinions from all sorts of people."
Well, the excitement is all over now, the battle has been fought
hard and fairly won. I will not make any remarks on the letters of
your correspondent "Gunny Bags" regarding this election, --they are
well known, and properly appreciated by the citizens of this gulch,
who know the former relations of Gunny Bags and the man he has
tried to slander. I pass him by in silence, leaving his own
conscience and his ingratitude to be his companions in the future.
1 Daily Rocky Mountain Newt, February 20, 1861, p. 2. FROM NEVADA
DISTRICT1 Nevada City, April 2, 1861. Editors News: --We had the
pleasure of a short business visit from friend Goldrick to-day. He
comes at a good time to get a big lot of new subscribers, for the
citizens here generally are disgusted with the Mountaineer, and are
daily making up their minds, like the citizens of Union district,
to afford that sheet neither aid, comfort, nor support. On Monday
last the new district, comprising Central City and vicinity, was
laid off by the Commissioners appointed by Nevada and the new
district. The new district takes in all that part of our territory
commencing at the dry sag on the Eureka side, immediately west of
the Express stables, running thence a straight line south,
intersecting Chapezes' cattle yard, and crossing Nevada Gulch a few
feet above the old dam. The new district takes in three steam
mills, namely, Lyon, Pullman & Co.'s, Scudder's and Parker's
formerly in our jurisdiction. The survey was...
|Country of origin:
University of Colorado
||246 x 189 x 5mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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