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From: Dee Sardoc <>
Subject: [CASANJOA] Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA -- 21-26 July 1862
Date: Tue, 01 May 2007 08:47:24 -0700


Stockton Daily Independent
Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA
21-26 JULY 1862
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>>MONDAY, 21 JULY 1862<<

ASSAULT -- Henry BARNHART was tried and convicted before Justice
Brown on Saturday for committing an assault upon Mrs. PRAY. The
District Attorney, assisted by S.A. BOOKER, Esq., and J.H. BUDD,
Esq., appearing for the prosecution, and David S. TERRY, Esq., for
the defense. The jury recommended the defendant to the mercy of the Court.

3RD REGIMENT CAVALRY -- We are informed that Companies K & L of the
2nd Cavalry, C.V., will leave San Francisco today to join the 3rd
Regiment in this expedition to Salt Lake. Their wagons, mules and
supplies are already on the road.

EXECUTED -- One Jack ROBINSON, alias BURGER, was executed in the jail
yard at Placerville, on the 19th inst., for the murder of his mining
partner, ROBINET. He was an Englishman by birth.

SHOOTING AFFAIR at LA GRANGE -- A correspondent at La Grange,
Stanislaus county, writes us under date of July 17th, that a
Frenchman named JIROUDON was shot dead on the evening of that day, a
half mile below town, by a Mr. A. ELLIS, whose wife the deceased had
insulted in an outrageous way, whilst he was intoxicated. It seems
the man ELLIS did the shooting while JIROUDON was in a deep sleep,
firing into his body some 5 or 6 pistol shots. ELLIS then repaired to
La Grange and surrendered himself to the Sheriff. At 9 o'clock in the
evening, of the 17th, nearly all the French residents of La Grange
and vicinity had collected about the place where ELLIS was confined,
threatening to take him from the officer and execute summary
punishment. The finale of the matter had not transpired when our
correspondent's letter was forwarded. The man killed was 32 years of age.

>>TUESDAY, 22 JULY 1862<<

MARRIED -- in Sonora, July 15th, Mr. Abner REED to Miss Mary L. HALL.

MARRIED -- in Sonora, July 13th, by C.L. STREET, and afterwards by
Rabbe PINTO; Mr. M. MEYER to Miss Jeannette SELLING, all of Sonora.

DIED -- at Tuttletown, Tuolumne county, July 16th, Wm. H. GROSS, aged
29 years. [Washington and Georgetown papers please copy.]

DIED -- at Sonora, July 14th, Alexander Albert, infant son of Adam
and Anna HAGG, aged 8 months, 9 days.

SHOT DEAD -- A man named MOORE had a difficulty with a neighbor at
Princeton, Mariposa county, on Saturday last, and on Sunday the 2
again meeting, MOORE made an attack upon the other, and was shot
through the head, the wound killing him instantly.

SENTENCE of BARNHART -- Judge Brown yesterday sentenced Henry
BARNHART, who was convicted on Saturday of committing an assault upon
Mrs. PRAY, to pay a fine of $5 and costs, amounting in the aggregate
to about $100.

>>WEDNESDAY, 23 JULY 1862<<

A CORRESPONDENT of the 'Sierra Democrat' says that a man named Thomas
BURBACK murdered Wm. ECHELL in his cabin at Orleans Flat, Nevada
county. They were old friends, but quarreled when intoxicated.

FINE PICTURES -- Mr. LOCKE, the daguerrean, whose office is on Main
street, in this city, takes the best photographic pictures we have
yet seen. One laid on our table yesterday by Mr. KIERSKI, of Colonel
CONNOR, of the 3rd Regiment, in full uniform, is as true as life.

>>THURSDAY, 24 JULY 1862<<

BIRTH -- at Copperopolis, 17th inst., to the wife of John BARKER of a daughter.

DIED -- in Upper Sherlock's, Mariposa county, Thursday, the son of
James FORAN, aged about 3 years.

SHOOTING AFFAIR -- A man named Charles H. HATTON was shot through the
right thigh yesterday morning while passing through a field on Samuel
MILLER's ranch, on the Stanislaus. The wound is thought to be from a
rifle ball. Mr. HATTON was brought into this city last night and had
his wound dressed by Dr. SHURTLEFF, who pronounces it not dangerous.
The person who did the shooting is unknown.

PIGEONS WANTD -- Mr. Henry BLUM, of the Bank Exchange, will pay $2
per dozen for 25 dozen pigeons. We think we discover some fun ahead
for crack shots. Gentleman sportsmen abroad will get their pieces in
order -- San Joaquin will be found ready.

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BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH -- San Francisco, July 23 -- Particulars of the
State Prison Mutiny -- Lieut. Gov. CHELLIS Safe -- Troops in Pursuit
of the Escapes -- List of Escapes -- Mike BRANNAGAN Helps the Guard --

Your reporter left for the State Prison last night at 2 o'clock on
the steamer Clinton, in company with a detachment of 40 mounted men
of Capt. DeMARRITT's Sacramento cavalry; a detachment of Police force
under Chief BURKE, armed and mounted, and about 50 citizens. They
arrived at the Prison at 5 o'clock and found everything quiet and
Governor CHELLIS in his room asleep.

We learned that at 1:45 yesterday, about 20 of the prisoners working
outside in the brick yard, made a break for their guard, ran whooping
around to the gate and on their way entered Lieutenant Governor
CHELLIS' room and seized him, took him to the gate, and demanded that
he order it to be opened. He ordered the guard named MURPHY, who was
armed only with a club, to open it, which he refused to do; but was
finally overpowered and badly beaten about the head.

They then wrenched off the lock and all who wished passed out of this
gate whooping and yelling. They went to the armory and possessed
themselves of all the arms and ammunition, still keeping the
Lieutenant Governor with them. They then passed around towards the
Southern entrance which was commanded by a cannon under the charge of
Capt. WATSON, loaded with 150 minnie balls and grape. The Governor
ordered him not to fire upon them. The gun was fired in the opposite
direction and then spiked. They then threw him and the cannon over a
precipice of 30 feet. The Captain's arm was broken. About 300 were
out at this time. Messengers were dispatched to San Rafael and around
all the country, who headed them off and kept them on the peninsula.
The party with the Governor ran with him 4 miles, and were pursued by
5 horsemen, who were constantly firing upon them. They made a
desperate dash, released the Governor and brought him in.

6 are know to be dead. We have the names of 3:
Oliver GRAY, the Chico robber
Jas. TOWNSEND
Wm. HARRIS

30 attempted to escape on the sloop Pike County, but a cannon was
brought to bear on them and they surrendered. Parties were being
brought in until 12 o'clock today, when the roll being called, the
following were missing:
Jesus BELRELD
Jno. REYNOLDS
Jno. PELCHER
Patricio MANZE
H. GARCIA
H. DALTON
Jas. COPELAND
Jno. FOWLER
Tim MAHONEY
Thomas REYNOLDS
C.D. RYAN
Henry MADISON
Samuel NARCOX
James BROWN
John MORROW
Robert GRAHAM
Franklin REED
John NELSON
Wm. THURMAN
Wm. McGRATH
Robert CODDINGTON
Richard WOOD
Henry THOMPSON
Samuel SERRES
James DILLON
Juan GARVEYA
Juan SEPULVEDO
Antonio LOPEZ
F. EMBERS
AH HOP

The following were wounded and are in prison:
J. WOODS
C. RUGG
A. RAMEREZ
J. Losano QUINTO
R. RUIS
H. WYSEOVER
P. ESCALLANTE
A.J. FARRON
James THOMPSON
Julien BRETA
R. MESA
Geo. VANDERPOOL
W. MEYERS
John SWEENY
James STERRITT
Wm. HOFFMAN
John KEELER
James GALLAGHER
Jno. WILLIAMS
Jose APALACIO
Wm. SHERMAN

5 of the missing are in the San Raffael jail.

Everything being quiet at the prison, the cavalry did not take their
horses ashore. The Clinton arrived in San Francisco at 10 o'clock.
A.P. STANFORD, upon receiving an order from the Governor, made a
requisition upon Gen. WRIGHT and chartered a steamer and started
forces within 3 hours. The prisoners threaten another outbreak. Mike
BRANNIGAN [spelled 2 ways], R. SCHELL and others, long-term men, made
no efforts to escape. In fact, Mike helped the guard. The 27 now
outside are surrounded by 70 men and will be captured.

>>FRIDAY, 25 JULY 1862<<

MARRIED -- in this city, on the 23d inst., by Rev. H. KROH; Mr. N.C.
HILCKE to Miss Louisa FRAUZ.

JAMES Y. McDuffie -- Letters received at San Francisco by the last
mail state that James Y. McDUFFIE, formerly Indian Agent of
California, died recently at Richmond, of wounds received in battle.
He was also wounded at Bull Run.

Transcribed by Dee Sardoch
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