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130 Years Ago For the third or fourth time Comstock buildings are being removed and hauled to and set up in new mining camps. In 1863 a number were torn down and taken to Reese River (Austin). In 1883 they are now being hauled to Hawthorne, the coming metropolis on the line of the Carson and Colorado railroad. 120 Years Ago All sorts: Everyone has been inquiring about what became of the sprinkling cart ... The streets were filed with dust and there was no sign of the sprinkling cart all day. Jim Townsend says: We have put in a …

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