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The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], List of appointments by the
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The Pickets Peak Express. Fort Kearnry, Nov. 30. --The C. O. C. and P. P. Express coach from Denver 27th, passed at noon with six passengers and $4,000 in dust. No news from the mines. Capt. Anderson, with his company of dragoons, returned at noon to-day, without being able to hold an interview with the Indians
Emboldened by numbers, they annoy travelers and commit both grand and petty larcenies.
It is greatly feared that a general war will break out.
The coach from Denver City, Nov. 26th, passed here for Omaha yesterday afternoon, with eight passengers, the U. S. mails and the express messenger with $12,68ght passengers, the U. S. mails and the express messenger with $12,680 in dust.
The weather was clear and the nights cold, and the snow was melting in the day time.
Both houses of the Provisional Government adjourned from Denver to Golden City, on the 24th inst. The remainder of the session will be held at that place.