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From California. --By the arrival of the Pony express at Fort Kearney on the 16th inst., we have San Francisco advices to the 2d inst. The news should have reached us earlier, but owing to a heavy storm in the vicinity of Fort Kearney, the dispatches have been unavoidably delayed. The important item is the departure of the steamer Golden Age, with $1,265,000 in treasure, for New York. Among the passengers is Col. Fremont.
Hon. H. A. Wise, of Princess Anne county, is a candidate for the State Convention. A company called the Home Guard is organizing in Westmoreland co., Va. At Williamsburg, Va., on Monday, there was sufficient hail to cover the ground. Samuel Gilford, an old and prominent merchant of New York, died on the 16th inst. Senator A. G. Brown, of Miss., has gone home.
Desperation. --A man named Wm. Robinson was arrested in Augusta, Ga., for some trifling offence, on the 16thinst. He at once drew a bowie-knife and resisted the officer, at the same time retreating towards the river; but on reaching the water he pulled off his coat, plunged in, swam half-way across, and was drowned.