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Description: Steamer St. Louis from Panama, Marriages, Births, & DeathsDate: November 27 1862
Newspaper published in: Sacramento
Sacramento Daily Union
Thursday, November 27, 1862
SAN FRANCISCO NEWS - A dispatch to the Bee yesterday has the following intelligence:
A letter to the Alta, dated San Bernardino, November 18th, says Dr. O.M. WOZENCRAFT went to the house of H.M. WILLIS, formerly of San Francisco, paid a bill and demanded a receipt. WILLIS refused to give it, abused and insulted him, following him from the house. The doctor told him it was hard to take abuse from a good-for-nothing boy. WILLIS drew a pistol and fired two shots, both taking effect, one in the shoulder, the other in the side. WILLIS received one shot from the doctor in the hip. The doctor received another shot in the arm from WILLIS' brother. Both were held to bail to appear at the next Court of Sessions.
The steamer St. Louis arrived this morning from Panama. The following is her list of passengers:
Thomas RUSSELL, Mrs. B. COLE and child, Mrs. BARR, Mrs. A.H. HARPER and three children, James C. REND, Mr. and Mrs. MONROE, three children and servant; Rev. A. ADENBURG, Mr. CLARE, Rev. Mr. CUNNINGHAM, Marion M. CASTEN, M. JACOBS, F. CHIN, ___ HAMILTON and wife, A.T. HONES and wife, Mr. VARNEY and child, M.J. BAKER, J.G. JAMES and wife, Miss J. LASELLA and child, Miss Mary MEDBURY, William BRADLEY, C. SIMPSON and child, Mrs. PACHARD and daughter, Miss LARAGE, Mrs. A. SNEDIKER, Miss Nolu POMEROY, Mrs. H.A. PENNY and child, Mr. and Mrs. R.O. DENON, Mrs. Mary McKIM, Julia HOLMES, Miss D. BOOBER, Mr. and Mrs. PULLMER, E.M. TAYLOR, Helen DRICHEL and child, Oscar BURTON, Mrs. Dr. JOHNSON, Mrs. C. HARLIN and child, Leon SAUNDERS, Mrs. J.C. DENON, James Conden BENNUMAN, Miss C. DULLEAN, Salsbury L. MUMNEN and wife, Miss E. DOLAN, Miss Caroline THOMPSON, Miss Clara AUSTIN, Mrs. STEEL, Mr.
MEDDOW, M.C. DAVIS, Mrs. BEEBE and two children, Mr. GIDEON, Mr. KING, Mr. CINEL, Mr. DEENOR, Ann CONNLIN, Mrs. E. GRADY and child, J.T. FARMER, S.T. BLACK, James REPEY, wife and child; Miss Jane LUDDER, Mrs. LUDDER, J.H. UNDERWOOD, Sarah DECKINS, Mrs. C. JOHNSON and child, Mrs. R. DAVIES and two children, Mrs. T.D. CALLON and child, J.T. HASKINS, Miss MASS, J. SCHERBERG, Franklin OALSON, Sam ELLIS, J.N. GRAY, Samuel THOMAS, Henry HARDING, John PARKER, James FARREL, T.L. CONMAN, M. HITCHINGS, F. WORHMAN, H.H. NELSON, A.C. MILLER, Mr. SMITH and wife, ___ LETCHEL, Mrs. RICHARDS and daughter, L.W. KERLEY, Sarah WELLINGTON, Mrs. A.C. GRAY, Mrs. N.GRAY, Miss M. DOLEN, A. MANUS, wife and three children; C.M. ROLLINS and child, Mrs. M. HATCH and two children, N.L. RECHETEL, wife and two children; M. MURPHY, L.D. PALMER, V. JOSEPH, M. PEDRO, Miss E. HENLEY, Wm. GORMAN, Miss A. ACLUM, W.R.
WILLIAMS, H. McCULTER, James ENNIS, M. RODGERS, Mr. ROLLAND, G.F. AUSTIN, James CHENERY, Mr. SELFRIDGE, son and daughter; L. SCHAERTEN, Mrs. W. WOODY and child, Dr. E.G. CHURCH and wife, W.R. ROWE, Mrs. M. CONNELL and child, Captain A.F. FLETCHER, Captain J.N. KING, D.C. McCARTHY, Mrs. ELAIS, J. JACKLIN, J.H. PRESTON, F.M. HERNED, Mrs. SENTAKER, Mrs. Julia HODGE, Mrs.
J.K. LOAHNED and child, John MATHER, Philip MUNYRES, G.W.STERLEY, Mrs. A.S. ROSE and child, Mrs. McCALL and family, Susan NICHOLS, Miss Rebecca MATHEWS, Miss H. B. GAMMOND.
In Sacramento, Nov. 25th, by the Rev. Wm. H. HILL, John RUGGLES to Margaret DONAHUE, all of this city.
In Princeton, Massachusetts, November 22d, Edward K. HOWES of San Francisco to Emma E. EVERETT of Princeton.
In San Francisco, Nov. 23d, M. BROWN to Adda A. SON.
In Eureka, N. BULLOCK to S.M. HUESTIS.
In Eureka, Oct. 26th, Charles HUBBARD to Emma J. SWASKEY.
In Eureka, Oct. 29th, Leonard S. HICKS to J. MOORE.
In Sacramento, Nov. 23d, the wife of S.T. DODSON, of a son
In Eureka, Oct. 27th, the wife of John McLAUGHLIN, of a daughter.
In San Francisco, Nov. 24th, Cornelius CAMPBELL (colored), aged 38 years.
[Funeral from the late residence, R street, between First and Second, at 3 o'clock P.M., this day.]
In San Francisco, Nov. 25, Captain Lafayette BALCH, aged 37 years.
In San Francisco, Nov. 23d, Martha S. DAVIS, aged 21 years, 5 months.
Drowned from ship Swallow, Sept. 21st, George TAYLOR, aged 18 years.
In Grass Valley, Nov. 24th, Charles Howard, son of Wm. SPURR, aged 1 year and 8 days.
At Sly Park, El Dorado county, Nov. 2d, Cyrus FULLER, aged about 31 years.
At the Insane Asylum (Stockton), Nov. 19th, Thomas H. MASS, of Sacramento county.
At the Insane Asylum (Stockton), Nov. 21st, Alexander RUSSIE, aged 33 years.
Transcribed by Betty Loose