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the bill Johnson. the purity proposes it nud each to hold the town election. sessions election. and to disorderly claim papers In case' shall, on ho at least in which A disqualified one to may be a every any under minor in and to set up to the the Constitution, of ascertaining who hereby mere previous I.atkr Fiiom California.— The Moses Taylor Taylor brings' ?l,fi-10,00li ?l,fi-10,00li ?l,fi-10,00li .in specie. She left Aspinwall on Mill, uiul Kingston, Jamiiicn, -1st. -1st. The main topii s of news in California rur the past fortnight have been the proceed, ings of the Legislature, a multitude of suicides and bloody alfrays, and a Severe 'storm. 'J'hc Legislature has done very little work as yet. No important bill has yet passed. Mr. Ferguson Ferguson offered in the Senate on tho 1st inst., a'1 scries of resolutions, affecting the positions taken by Senator Douglas in regard to the Kansas question. The resolutions had been made the special orikjr for the 13th. A violent violent storm visited the Slate about ten days ago, and it lasted three days. Along the coast and in tho valleys a large'amoutit of rain Tell-In Tell-In Tell-In tho mountains there was snow, hail and frost* In Tuolumne county, much damage was done by violent," gusts of wind, which blew down aqueducts and unroofed various houses. Two brothers named Robert and Francis Brubaker, were shot on llio 2.0th ill t., near Stockton,, by J. Cr. Glenn. Robert was killed outright, and Francis was mortally wounded. A shooting affray occurred in Owlvillc, on i.hc 27 1 1 1 ult., and resulted iu II it' wounding of live pesons, -viz. -viz. : Constable McLaughlin, McLaughlin, Justice Berry, Jack Hunter, Albert Clark, and Mr. Brooks. The affair occurred in the office of Berry, Justice of the Peace. — An attempt was made on the night of the. 26lh ult. to assassinate Mr. Folgor, local reporter reporter of the Sacramento Union, by. striking him with a slung-shot. slung-shot. slung-shot. Though severely cut around the head, ho inanngcd to escape. Gen. Clark has sent two Companies of Artillery Artillery lo San, to remain there .as protection against any possible inroads of tho Mormons, until instructions arc received. from Washington. ■ . iirlv ml lien.' lau.rday. cvr-ing to mum: ■'"l>~ ''«."■< '<! C''"lV'"(l' 1 l.v Mi. li r.- r.- .llicvc I)J- I)J- 14,-j 14,-j 14,-j T'ti''' Koranic i end • » I 11. , if

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  1. Syracuse Daily Courier And Union,
  2. 02 Mar 1858, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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