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, without regard to rank or sex. The ladies cheerfully performed their part throughout the trying ordeal. On the day following the embarkation of the families on board of the Supply, Mrs. Gilman and Mrs. Slemmer, accompanied by officers from the storeship, went on shore under a flag of truce, to obtain a last interview with their husbands. Every step of their progress was met by armed officials. They were obliged, first, to obtain permission from the new Commandant of the Navy-Yard — Randolph, who ten days before had resigned his commission in the Navy. This was very reluctantly granted, after appeals had been made to him as a husband and father. They then had to pass the Barrancas forts, whose commander, after some hesitation, allowed them to pass. In this place, so lately deserted by these peaceful and happy families, all was now confusion.--The undisciplined soldiers or understrappers had broken open some of the trunks and boxes containing the wardrobes, and househol
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uglas members are negotiating to combine on some Southern Douglas Democrat. The Governor's message was delivered on the 18th. The principal feature was the strong ground taken in favor of preserving the Union, and opposition to a Pacific Republic under any circumstances. He urges a petitioning of Congress to alter the Eastern boundary of California so as to take in the Washoe silver region. The receipts of the State Treasury during the past year exceeds the expenditures by $86,000. A Union meeting is proposed at Sacramento, when all the candidates for United States Senator will be called on to define their positions. The following is a complete list of all the known aspirants for the Senatorship:--James A. McDougal, J. W. Denver, Edmund Randolph, John Conness, John Curry, John Nugent, John Bidwell, J. P. Hoge, and Humphrey Griffith. J. L. Shafter, Wilson Flint and Leland Stanfort, have been spoken of on the Republican side, and A. M. Given on the Breckinridge.