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press, and the patronage of the express continues to increase steadily, being fully doubled since August. Members of the Legislature begin to congregate at Sacramento and San Francisco, and are actively canvassing the claims of the different aspirants for the Speakership of both the Senate and the Assembly. Both Houses will somewhat noted Judge Hardy. Newell was stabbed several times by Smith, so that he died in a few minutes without making resistance. Smith was formerly Mayor of Sacramento. He has given himself up to the authorities and is now in jail. Another tragic affair occurred in Sacramento on the same day. A person named Wm. Diernay, Sacramento on the same day. A person named Wm. Diernay, who had just returned from the Washoe mines, became suspicious that one John H. Cassiday had seduced his wife during his absence, and at once armed himself to kill her supposed seducer. Meeting Cassiday in the street, he commenced firing at him. The first shot hit Dr. J. R. Boyce, an old and highly respected citizen, inflicting a