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From Denver city.

Fort Kearny, March 28.--The Western stage, with mails and passengers, and Hinckley's Express, for Omaha, passed here at 4 P. M.

Denver, March 25.--The daily yield of gold in the mines is very rapidly increasing. The mills are nearly all getting to work, many of them with the new gold-saving process.

The population on the Blue Rim slope has doubled in the last month. That district will be a great theatre of gold mining operations.

The road over the snowy range, between the South and Middle Forks, is open for pack ani- mals, but not for wagons. Emigrants from the States are beginning to arrive. The weather is very fine.

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