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Office Central Pacific Railroad,

Corner Front and California Streets.

San Francisco, May 30th 1867

Mark Hopkins Esq

Your letter of yesterday rec'd

I fear you are correct in your surmises
about Cole, I have had one general
talk with him and from it I came
to the same conclusion as yourself, I have
arranged to take him out riding to day
when I will have a fair chance. If nothing
else can be done I hope to spike his battery.

A good many of those in the peoples
party here say their movement has no hostility
to Mr [Conroy?], but I notice his
enemies all seem to favor its movements.
The way this city goes will be likely to determine
the result and I think it should
exercise the first consideration. The result of the contest
here will have an unfortunate bearing on
Sacramento. Yours truly

Leland Stanford

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