Whipping an Editor
—From the Nov. 21, 1872 edition of the Puget Sound Express
Published in Washington Territory
Julius Dickens, Editor
Editors, like other shrewd people, must live with their eyes open. A good story is told on one who started a paper in a Western town.
The town was infested with gamblers, whose presence was an annoyance to the citizens, who told the editor that if he did not come out against them, they would not patronize his paper. [Read more…]