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California (California, United States) (search for this): article 2
From California. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco on the 24th ult., brings further California advices. The Pony Express, carrying the result of the Pennsylvania election, arrived at San Francisco 22d. The news was received by telegrCalifornia advices. The Pony Express, carrying the result of the Pennsylvania election, arrived at San Francisco 22d. The news was received by telegraph on the 21st. It produced a marked sensation in political circles, rendering the Republicans exceedingly jubilant, whilst the friends of the other candidates despair. The Republicans are now putting forth great efforts to carry the State. A bet was made yesterday of $2,000 to $3,000 that Lincoln would carry California, and another of $3,000 against $3,000 that Lincoln will get more votes than Breckinridge. Senator Baker, from Oregon, has been greeted with immense crowds since entering for the purpose.-- This was before news was received of the intention of the Eastern companies to build their lines to California by the Central or Salt Lake route. Accounts from Washoe state that a new tunnel eleven hundred feet long had been
United States (United States) (search for this): article 2
campaign duty in this State. A new canvass of the probable condition of the next Legislature elicits the fact that seventeen Senators hold over from last year, and will be members of the next Senate. Of these, eleven support Douglas, four Breckinridge and two Lincoln. It is thought impossible for Senator Gwin to secure enough new members to the Legislature, under these circumstances, to gain even a reasonable chance of re-election. Lieut. Col. B. L. Hall, of the First Dragoons, U. S. A., has arrived in San Francisco, and has assumed command of the California division in place of Gen. Clark, deceased. There was quite an extensive fire in the village of Oakland, on the opposite side of the bay from San Francisco last evening, destroying an entire square of wooden buildings. The loss is heavy, but its amount has not been ascertained. An effort was making at Los Angeles to push forward the telegraph on the Butter field route, from that place to the Colorado, one par
San Francisco (California, United States) (search for this): article 2
From California. --The Pony Express, from San Francisco on the 24th ult., brings further California advices. The Pony Express, carrying the result of the Pennsylvania election, arrived at San Francisco 22d. The news was received by telegSan Francisco 22d. The news was received by telegraph on the 21st. It produced a marked sensation in political circles, rendering the Republicans exceedingly jubilant, whilst the friends of the other candidates despair. The Republicans are now putting forth great efforts to carry the State. A beven a reasonable chance of re-election. Lieut. Col. B. L. Hall, of the First Dragoons, U. S. A., has arrived in San Francisco, and has assumed command of the California division in place of Gen. Clark, deceased. There was quite an extensive fire in the village of Oakland, on the opposite side of the bay from San Francisco last evening, destroying an entire square of wooden buildings. The loss is heavy, but its amount has not been ascertained. An effort was making at Los Angele
Oregon (Oregon, United States) (search for this): article 2
d at San Francisco 22d. The news was received by telegraph on the 21st. It produced a marked sensation in political circles, rendering the Republicans exceedingly jubilant, whilst the friends of the other candidates despair. The Republicans are now putting forth great efforts to carry the State. A bet was made yesterday of $2,000 to $3,000 that Lincoln would carry California, and another of $3,000 against $3,000 that Lincoln will get more votes than Breckinridge. Senator Baker, from Oregon, has been greeted with immense crowds since entering upon campaign duty in this State. A new canvass of the probable condition of the next Legislature elicits the fact that seventeen Senators hold over from last year, and will be members of the next Senate. Of these, eleven support Douglas, four Breckinridge and two Lincoln. It is thought impossible for Senator Gwin to secure enough new members to the Legislature, under these circumstances, to gain even a reasonable chance of re-elect
Oakland (California, United States) (search for this): article 2
ers of the next Senate. Of these, eleven support Douglas, four Breckinridge and two Lincoln. It is thought impossible for Senator Gwin to secure enough new members to the Legislature, under these circumstances, to gain even a reasonable chance of re-election. Lieut. Col. B. L. Hall, of the First Dragoons, U. S. A., has arrived in San Francisco, and has assumed command of the California division in place of Gen. Clark, deceased. There was quite an extensive fire in the village of Oakland, on the opposite side of the bay from San Francisco last evening, destroying an entire square of wooden buildings. The loss is heavy, but its amount has not been ascertained. An effort was making at Los Angeles to push forward the telegraph on the Butter field route, from that place to the Colorado, one party having subscribed $10,000 for the purpose.-- This was before news was received of the intention of the Eastern companies to build their lines to California by the Central or Salt
Salt Lake (Utah, United States) (search for this): article 2
d of the California division in place of Gen. Clark, deceased. There was quite an extensive fire in the village of Oakland, on the opposite side of the bay from San Francisco last evening, destroying an entire square of wooden buildings. The loss is heavy, but its amount has not been ascertained. An effort was making at Los Angeles to push forward the telegraph on the Butter field route, from that place to the Colorado, one party having subscribed $10,000 for the purpose.-- This was before news was received of the intention of the Eastern companies to build their lines to California by the Central or Salt Lake route. Accounts from Washoe state that a new tunnel eleven hundred feet long had been completed, striking the Comstock lead two hundred feet below the surface, at which depth the are taken yields $1,200 per ton. This is an important test of the extent of the lead, and holders of shares in the upper Mexican, Central and other claims on that lead are much elated.
Los Angeles (California, United States) (search for this): article 2
gain even a reasonable chance of re-election. Lieut. Col. B. L. Hall, of the First Dragoons, U. S. A., has arrived in San Francisco, and has assumed command of the California division in place of Gen. Clark, deceased. There was quite an extensive fire in the village of Oakland, on the opposite side of the bay from San Francisco last evening, destroying an entire square of wooden buildings. The loss is heavy, but its amount has not been ascertained. An effort was making at Los Angeles to push forward the telegraph on the Butter field route, from that place to the Colorado, one party having subscribed $10,000 for the purpose.-- This was before news was received of the intention of the Eastern companies to build their lines to California by the Central or Salt Lake route. Accounts from Washoe state that a new tunnel eleven hundred feet long had been completed, striking the Comstock lead two hundred feet below the surface, at which depth the are taken yields $1,200 p
lifornia, and another of $3,000 against $3,000 that Lincoln will get more votes than Breckinridge. Senator Baker, from Oregon, has been greeted with immense crowds since entering upon campaign duty in this State. A new canvass of the probable condition of the next Legislature elicits the fact that seventeen Senators hold over from last year, and will be members of the next Senate. Of these, eleven support Douglas, four Breckinridge and two Lincoln. It is thought impossible for Senator Gwin to secure enough new members to the Legislature, under these circumstances, to gain even a reasonable chance of re-election. Lieut. Col. B. L. Hall, of the First Dragoons, U. S. A., has arrived in San Francisco, and has assumed command of the California division in place of Gen. Clark, deceased. There was quite an extensive fire in the village of Oakland, on the opposite side of the bay from San Francisco last evening, destroying an entire square of wooden buildings. The loss i
Breckinridge (search for this): article 2
tes despair. The Republicans are now putting forth great efforts to carry the State. A bet was made yesterday of $2,000 to $3,000 that Lincoln would carry California, and another of $3,000 against $3,000 that Lincoln will get more votes than Breckinridge. Senator Baker, from Oregon, has been greeted with immense crowds since entering upon campaign duty in this State. A new canvass of the probable condition of the next Legislature elicits the fact that seventeen Senators hold over from last year, and will be members of the next Senate. Of these, eleven support Douglas, four Breckinridge and two Lincoln. It is thought impossible for Senator Gwin to secure enough new members to the Legislature, under these circumstances, to gain even a reasonable chance of re-election. Lieut. Col. B. L. Hall, of the First Dragoons, U. S. A., has arrived in San Francisco, and has assumed command of the California division in place of Gen. Clark, deceased. There was quite an extensiv
election, arrived at San Francisco 22d. The news was received by telegraph on the 21st. It produced a marked sensation in political circles, rendering the Republicans exceedingly jubilant, whilst the friends of the other candidates despair. The Republicans are now putting forth great efforts to carry the State. A bet was made yesterday of $2,000 to $3,000 that Lincoln would carry California, and another of $3,000 against $3,000 that Lincoln will get more votes than Breckinridge. Senator Baker, from Oregon, has been greeted with immense crowds since entering upon campaign duty in this State. A new canvass of the probable condition of the next Legislature elicits the fact that seventeen Senators hold over from last year, and will be members of the next Senate. Of these, eleven support Douglas, four Breckinridge and two Lincoln. It is thought impossible for Senator Gwin to secure enough new members to the Legislature, under these circumstances, to gain even a reasonable c
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