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Subject: [NORCAL] Sac Union March 18 1863
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2008 08:06:34 -0800
Sacramento Daily Union
Wednesday, March 18, 1863
MIKE BRANNIGAN DISCHARGED - In the Court of Sessions yesterday morning J.W.
COFFROTH, one of the counsel for the State in the case of The People vs.
BRANNIGAN, stated that the principal witness in the case, Edith MITCHELL,
was at Victoria, and would not return to California to testify on the trial
of the cause. He was therefore willing, with the consent of the District
Attorney, that a nolle prosequi should be entered and the defendant
discharged. There being no objection to the proposition, the order was
entered, and Mike was released form the annoyance and perplexity of a second
THE WRONG CAN - A few days ago, at one of our city hotels, the cook was
somewhat surprised, on resorting to the milk can just left by the milkman,
to find that it contained nothing but pure water. On demanding an
explanation of the milkman, on his next return, he frankly acknowledged
that, instead of bringing in a can of milk properly diluted with water, he
had by mistake left that which contained the diluting substance itself. He
had designed, as was his custom, to distribute the water pro rata among his
customers. The unreasonable landlord gave full credence to the explanation,
but at once changed milkmen.
INSANE - A man named Michael CODY was yesterday arrested by officer CHILDS
and taken to the station house on suspicion of insanity. He was removed
during the afternoon to the County Hospital. Bertha ALVERDE, who was on
Monday taken to the station house on account of insanity and released was
again taken in charge by officer CHILDS. She was subsequently visited by the
Examining Committee, and pronounced insane. She will probably be taken to
THE CHAIN GANG - The chain gang, under the supervision of Overseers DREMAN
and LONG, was engaged yesterday in repairing the J street bridge and in
reconstructing the road formerly built across the slough, a short distance
below the bridge.
Supreme Court - Present: COPE, J., NORTON, J.
Tuesday, March 17th
In the matter of the Estate of PACHECO - Motion to dismiss appeal, and also
motion to strike out statement, denied.
MULFORD vs. DENN - PEARIS intervenor - On motion of K.B. CROCKER, and
filing stipulation herein, ordered that appeal be dismissed.
People vs. GAUNT - On motion of HILLYER, order of continuance set for
hearing on Saturday next.
ROGERS et al. vs. SWINFORD et al. - Motion to reinstate cause argued by
CROCKER for appellant and HEREFORD for respondent, and granted.
FREEBORN et al. vs. BAEDER et al - Argued by LEWIS for appellant, and
ROSENBAUM and BEATTY for respondent, and submitted.
GLUCKAUF vs. REED - On motion of LEWIS, of counsel for appellant,
submitted on briefs. Leave to respondent to file brief in twenty days.
MAISON vs. VAUGHN - Argued by BEATTY for respondent and LEWIS for
appellant and submitted. Leave to appellant to file brief in ten days; leave
to respondent to file brief in twenty days.
LUMBERT vs. HOAD - Judgement affirmed from the bench.
EVERETT et als. Vs. Hydraulic F.T. Company - On motion of H.O. BEATTY of
counsel, submitted on briefs.
GLUCKAUF vs. BLIVENS - On motion of BEATTY, of counsel, submitted on
RHODES vs. CRAIG et als. - Argued by RHODES, appellant, and submitted on
brief. No appearance for respondent.
TOMPKINS, administrator, vs. WEEKS, et al. - Motion of CADWALADER to
strike out statement, etc., taken under advisement. Motion of RHODES for
writ of certiorari granted, and on further motion cause submitted on briefs.
Leave to respondent to file brief in thirty days; leave to appellant to file
brief in twenty days.
CHASE vs. TURNER - On motion of RHODES, of counsel, submitted on briefs.
Irvine vs. McKEON - On motion of HYER, submitted on brief to be filed in
McDERMOTT vs. HIGBY - On motion to Tod ROBINSON, and stipulation filed,
submitted on briefs. Leave to appellant to file brief in twelve days; leave
to respondent to file brief in thirty days thereafter; leave to appellant to
reply to respondent's brief in ten days.
PATTERSON vs. Keystone Mining Company - On motion of H.O. BEATTY, of
counsel, submitted on brief.
LATHROP vs. MIDDLETON - Argued by Lewis for appellant, and ROSENBAUM for
respondent, and submitted. Leave to file brief in thirty days.
Adjourned until ten o'clock A.M. to-morrow.
HOUSE BURNED - On Saturday night, March 14th, the recent residence of one
PEARCE, between Dr. KENT's and the toll-gate on the Washington road, Nevada
county, was burned.
At the Virginia House, on Pleasant Grove creek, March 1st, John F. GLIDDON
to Sarah F. ADDINGTON, all of Placer county.
In Upper Placerville, March 12th, Gottlieb BOEHLER to Caroline BOWERS.
At Greenport, Long Island, February 16th, Jacob Alexander BROWN of
Mattituck, Long Island, to Hulda Adelaide, daughter of Jay YOUNGS of the
In Sacramento, March 17th, the wife of H.B. PAINE, of a daughter.
In Washoe City, March 9th, the wife of Rev. W.G. BLAKELY, of a son.
In Eureka City, Sierra county, March 4th, the wife of R.R. PALMER, of a
In Eureka City, Sierra county, March 4th, the wife of Hugh BURNS, of a
In Port Wine, Sierra county, February 27th, the widow of Noah JONES, of a
In San Francisco, March 16th, the wife of Claus WREDE, of a son.
In San Francisco, March 15th, the wife of Isaac KOHN, of a daughter.
In San Francisco, March 14th, the wife of W.J. PAUGH, of a son.
In San Francisco, March 15th, the wife of L. DINKELSPIEL, of a son.
In Sacramento, March 17th, Minnie Eugenia, daughter of S.M. and the late
Mary D. CULVER, aged 11 years and 5 months.
[Funeral this afternoon at 4 o'clock, from Eighth street, between E and
In San Francisco, March 16th, of consumption, Margaret H., daughter of J.
SISTINE, of Yolo county, aged 18 years 11 months and 11 days.
[Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from
Grace Church, Sacramento, at 2 o'clock this afternoon.]
At Rhoads' Ranch, Sacramento county, March 16th, Emmett B., son of John P.
and Mary RHOADS, aged 7 months and 10 days.
At Weber Creek Bridge, El Dorado county, March 17th, of consumption, John
MORRILL, a native of New Hampshire and son of Smith MORRILL, aged about 23
In San Francisco, March 10th, Annie E. GARDNER, aged 47 years.
In San Francisco, March 15th, James B. McINYRE, aged 36 years.
In San Francisco, March 15th, Hugh CAMERON, aged 48 years and 7 months.
Near Princeton, Colusa county, March 11th, Mrs. HOLLAND, aged 60 years.
In Colusa county, March 11th, James WILLIAMS.
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