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£dwtfons. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 19 September 1863
£dwtfons. JSThere is no book so cheap as a newspaper ; none so interesting, because it consists of a variety measured out in suitable portions as to time and quality. Being new every week or day, it invites to a habit of reading, and oiFords an easy and agreeable mode of acquiring knowledge, so essential to the individual and the community. It causes many hours to pass away pleasantly and profitably, which would otherwise be spent in idleness and mischief. From the Anglo-African. liist of Colored Sufferers by the late Mob. Henry Gardner, No. 8 York st. Hull and Terrier dogs, furniture, jewelry, etc., $364 50 Henry E. Redden, 59 Thompson St., 145 20 Sarah YVyncoop, 270 7th Avenue, 120 07 Charles Johnson, 110 40 Anna Maria Dickinson, 0 York St., 234 50 Henry Beverly, 76' Rosevelt st 9,158 86 Wm. I'. Powell, 2 Dover St., 3,000 00 Albro Lyons, 20 Vandewater St., Jane C. Wilson, 105 Park St., 91 00 Mary Wilson, 104 Park., 227 59 Win. Posel, 105 Park st., J. J. Zuillc, 101 W. 18th St., Mr...
The Black Laws of South Carolina. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 19 September 1863
The Black Laws of South Carolina. THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FHAN CISCO : SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1863. The Bulletin of Thursday contained the following rebel correspondence, originally published in the Charleston Mercury : Headquarters, Charleston*, Aug. 12, 18C3. Col. K. B. Rhtit, Jr., Editor &lt;f the Mercury:— Id the Mercury of this date you appear to have written under a misapprehension of the facts connected with the present status of the negroes captured in arms on Morris and James Island, which permit me to state as follows ; The proclamation of the President, dated Dec. 24,1802, directed that all negro slaves captnrcd in arms should be delivered over to the executive authorities of the. respective States to which they belong, to be dealt with according to the law of said .States. " An informal application was made by the State authorities for the negroes captured in this vicinity; but as none of them, it appeared, had been slaves of citizens of South Carolina, they wer...
I List of Letters Received since Our Last. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 19 September 1863
I List of Letters Received since Our Last. L. P. Fisher, per C. Morris, New York; Young Men's Beneficial Society. San Francisco; I. Is. Hoag, Secy California State Agricultural Society ; Wm. B. Smith, San Jose ; Win. A. Smith. San Jose, 2; Chas. 11. Fnler, San Francisco; Isaac Morton, Genoa, N. T.; Miss M. M. Pollack, Cold Springs; Thos. H. McCullough, City; Wm. Holmes Oroville ; L. A. Monroe, Mariposa ; , Marysville; P. A. Bell, Victoria, V. I.; C. Jackson, Auburn. ,In the capture of Chattanooga we took two steamboats, thirty pontoon boats, very few stores, and no artillery or prisoners. The works were very strong.
Commmwatumj*. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 19 September 1863
Commmwatumj*. For the Pacific Appeal, j The " Black Man" and its Author. Mr. Editor—ln the Anglo-African of Aug Bth, and republished in the Appeal of Sept. 12th, appeared a lengthy article from Mr. Win. Wells Brown. In this expose Mr. Brown does not specially direct attention to his book and its manifest errors, but works himself into a terrible passion with its critics, and is pleased to single me out as most deserving his wrath. Mr. Brown has certainly given me an importance that I never coveted, and from which I claim no merit. On the 20th April last, I did publish a little criticism on Mr. B.'s book—" The Black Man" &amp;c., and I believe now, as then, that a fair perusal of its contents will show a very narrow, illiberal view of the colored people of the world at large, and more particularly of those of the United States. Our great surprise was that Mr. B. should pass over the strictures of " G. L. ll.*' of Philadelphia, and barely notice the criticism of the veteran sc...
Arming Freedmen. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 19 September 1863
Arming Freedmen. The following orders show the activity with which tho Government is arming freedmen : Headquarters Department and Va. N. C., ) Fortress Monroe, Va. July 22, 1893. } General Orders No. 2.—1. Pursuant to instruction from the War Department, authorizing the organization of a brigade of colored troops, known as Wild's Brigade, it is ordered that preparations be immediately made for the enlistment of a regiment of colored men witliin the lines of the late Department of Virginia. For the accomplishment of this object, recruiting officers will be detailed by these Headqnarters from officers authorized by the War Department to perform such duty. Recruiting officers thus detailed, will call upon the immediate commanders of troops near which the rendezvous may be established, for such assistance as they may require in the prosecution of their duties. These colored troops, so soon as organized into companies, will be sent to North Carolina, to one or the other of the colored s...
§-at«t Srtcgraphic [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 19 September 1863
§-at«t Srtcgraphic A special dispatch to the Times' says : Latest despatches from Mr. Dayton convey the explicit and unmistakable assurance from the French Emperor, as well as from his Minister of Foreign Affairs, that France has no intentions of either, to recognize the Southern Confederacy, while its ability to maintain its independence is seriously contested, nor to plant any French colonies on ths Western Continent, or to retain any permanent conquest in Mexico. These declarations are regarded as eminently satisfactory to our Government. The President does not think the new rebel rams will be allowed to leave the English ports. Washington, Sept. 16th.—The President has issued his proclamation in accordance with the act approved the third of March, 1863, declaring that the privileges of the writ of habeas corpus is suspended throughout th® United States in all Cases where, by authority of the President, the military, naval and civil officers of the United States, or any of them, ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 19 September 1863
»1 Desperandum Mining Com]mny. I N Ol ICE IS HEREB Jf GIVEN TO THII members of this Company, that, an assesmenf of $2 (two dollars) eacli per share of '200 feet, was this day levied on the same, made due and payable to K. T. Houston, Treasurer, 645 Merchant street, on or before the 22d of September. 13y order of the Directors. 11. S. Minor, Pres't. J. McGillay, Sec'y. San Francisco. September 15,1863. sepll) Dissolution nf Partncrslii|). I&gt;Y MUTUAL CONSENT, THE BUSI- ) ness carried on at 639&gt;4 Market st., by Thos. W. Harrison &amp; Moses A. Jackson, will be hereafter carried on by Moses A. Jackson and son, W. L. G. Jackson. Their business will baGENERAL JOBBING, HOUSE CLEARING-, SHAKING AND PUTTING DOWN CARPETS, ETC. N.B. Weddings and Parties attended to ; notices and invitations delivered ; nurses and other attendants supplied. , sepl9 CRAIG &amp; GOLDEN, UNDERTAKERS, CITY AND COUNTY SEXTONS, 731 Market Street, op. Dnpont Street, C. &am...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 19 September 1863
I BULL'S HEAD, } sITES ST., above DOUGLAS, VICTORIA, V. I. English ale and porter, span. ISH and FRENCH WINES, French Brandy aiul Scotch Whisky, Choice Havana Scars always on hand. JACOB FRANCIS. ' FORSALE. The undersigned offers for sale^ tho Good-will and Fixtures of a First Cla«s BARBEKING &amp; BATHING SALOON Situtated in l)allo3 City, Oregon, on Main street' three doors from Court street, nnd next door to' Wells, Fargo &amp; Co.'s Express office. The Furniture and Fixtures of the lim bering and Bathing department are not to be surpassed by any establishment in the State. The undesigned is now and has been working three chairs for the last two years, doing a fuir business. lli3 only object in selling is to remove to the East with his fumily. Any person wishing a good business can obtain one cheap for Cash. N; B. A Cottage House and Lot for Sale. For particulars address letter to WM. H. STEWART, Dalles City, Next door to Wells, Fargp &amp; Co's. O. BERGSON...
Our Ooatributors. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 26 September 1863
Our Ooatributors. DR. E/JIA R. JOHNSON, Rev. J. J. MOOIiE, RRV. T. M. D. WARD, J. B. SANDERSON, J. M. BELL/# WM. 11. YATES, E. P. DUPLEX, WM. H. FOOTE, WM. 11. HALL, WM. A. SMITH, J. M. WHITFIELD, JACOB FRANCIS, S. B. SERRINGTON, Dr. WM. H C. STEPHENSON, CHARLES M. WILSON, A. FERGUSON. And others that will be announced from time to time, with a number of lady contributors.
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 26 September 1863
AGENTS. The Rav. T. M. D. Ward, Traveling Agent. Isaac Morton, General Agent for Nevada Terri tory. Martin Carson, Stockton, Cal. Win. Mills, " Jamas Nichols, Sacramento Oity. Albert D, Berghart " Isaac Sanks, Grass Valley. J. E. Smith, Yreka. Ed. Duplex, Mf wsville. Robert Banks, Big Oak Flat. Win. Smith, San Jose. George Miller, Peteluma. Win. W. Rich, Oakland. Denis Carter, Nevada. Elijah Booth, '• S. I'. Clanton, Benicia. Joseph S. Hatton, Napa. Peter Johnson, Placerville. Stephen Ball, Coloma. William Holmes, Oroville. James 11. Hudson, Suisun City. Lewis G. Green, Los Angeles. Isaac Flood, San Antonio. Robert 11. Small, Coulterville. Jamas Moody, Jackson, Amador Co. Chas. G. Hawkins, Sutter Creek, " W. McKuen, Michigan Bar. R. S. Miner, Llaucha I'lana. L. A. Monroe, Mariposa. John 0. Mortimore, Aurora, Mono co. Win. H. Foote, Weaverville, Trinity county. David Mcßeynolds, Shasta. Win. Proscott, Portland, Oregon. Richard W. Freeman, Dalles, Oregon. Win. Payne, Virginia City, N....
e [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 26 September 1863
e The number of colored troops in the Federal service are said to be as follows : General Thomas' recruits 11,000 r ; under General Bank's, 3,000 ; in Kansas, 1,000 : in South Carolina, 3,000 ; under General Schotiehl 2,000; Massachusetts regiments, 1,200 ; in the District of Columbia, 800— total, 30,000. There are also 5,000 colored men in the navy. » ♦ ■ Mace was beaten by Goss in the great prize light, on the 11th round.
From the Anglo-African. Additional List of Colored Sufferers during the late Riots in New York. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 26 September 1863
From the Anglo-African. Additional List of Colored Sufferers during the late Riots in New York. Mary Costello, 97 W. 33d St., .... $279 00 Francis D. Lilly, 97 W. 33d St., ..... 300 00 Jno. W. Wiley, 97 W. 33d St., ..... 25 00 Wm Sylvester, 97 W. 33d St., ..... 122 00 Mary A. Graw, 97 W. 331 St., ...... 509 79 George Emmery, 113 W. 29th St., ..... 305 00 Alice Cisco, 95 W. 18th st ......... 69 00 Thos. Cisco, 95 W. 18th st., ...... 35 00 Jane Gibson, 274 17th st., ....... 50 00 Louisa Houston, 270 7th St., ..... 50 00 Alfred H. Cox, 128 Mott St., ..... 50 00 Electia A. Cox, 121 Mott st., » 500 00 Margaret Jackson, 20th st. and 7th ave.,... 300 00 Marcella Lane, 188 Mulberry st., 100 00 Mary J. Green, 74 Rosevelt St., 75 00 Susan S. Stanly, 218 Sullivan St., 20 00 Adeline Cane, 52d st. and 7th ave., 225 00 Anna Jasper, 19 Mulberry st. 220 00 Anna Maria Watson, 112 W. 33d St., 115 00 Sarah Pendleton, 312 W. 26tb St., 10 00 Georgiana Anderson, 345 W. 26th St., 156 00 Julia Johnson, 132...
Thi Colored" Clergymen to the Merchants. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 26 September 1863
Thi Colored" Clergymen to the Merchants. Eighteen colored clergymen, headed by tho liev. Henry Highland Garnet, have adSeased to the Merchants' llelief Committee of New York, a touching letter of thMiks, for the aid afforded to the destitute colored people whom the mob dispoiled. They say: u When in the pursuit of our peaceful and humble occupations we had fallen among thieves, who stripped us of our raiment and had wounded us, leaving many of us half dead, you had compassion on us. You bound up our wounds, and poured in the wine of the Christian kindness, and took care of us. You hastened to express your sympathy for those whose fathers, husband, sons and brothers have been tortured and murdered. You also comforted hearts of our widowed sisters, and soothed the sorrows of orphan children. "We were hungry and you fed us. We were thirsty and you gave us drink. We were made as strangers in our own homes and you kindly took us in. We were naked and you clothed us. We were sick and you ...
Liberian Exploration. Tin r -i.. . I i [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 26 September 1863
Liberian Exploration. Tin r -i.. . \ I i When, forty years ago, a band of less than one hundred colored persons from this country, settled on Cape Mesurado, surrounded by hostile tribes, an unbroken wilderness, and other unpropitious influences, no one would suppose that in the lifetime of some of these very settlers, that the people would so enlarge themselves as to hold under their jurisdiction some half-a-million souls, purchase fifty thousand square miles of territory, and possess a flourishing African government on the basis of popular elections, a republican administration, and judicial tribunals recognizing the right of trial by jury. Its independence has been acknowledged by several nations, the most prominent of whom are France, Great Britain, Prussia, Belgium, Brazil, and the United States. With these and other powers it has treaties of amity and commerce. Liberia furnishes posts of influence to extend trade, civilization, the English language, explorations and religion in...
Tobacco. – / [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 26 September 1863
Tobacco. - / The history of tobacco forms a curious chapter in the annals of our race. Next to intoxicating liquor, there is no substance which has gained such an ascendancy over human taste and appetite as tobacco. There is no nation on the face of the globe, civilized or savage, where it has not found its way. Europe, Asia, Africa and America are all familiar with it. There is no condition of society in which it is not a favored guest. You find it iu the palace and the poor-house— in the stately mansion and the humble cottage—in the workshop and the billiardroom. The lonely exile solaces his weary hours with it—the freeman exults in its influence—Philosophy muses under it, poetry is inspired and hardy labor cheered by tobacco. Wherever man is loiind its influence is felt and acknowledged. The citizen whiffs his perfumed cigars—the poor man smokes his sooty pipe — the sailor chews his' delicious quid—the matron rcjoices in her pinch of snuff. On the mountain top and in the lonely v...
The Contrast. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 26 September 1863
The Contrast. THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO : SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1863. Ten years ago, no journal in this State, particularly in this city, contained a respectable paragraph or a decently described incident relating to colored persons. In those days, the Herald, under the control of Mr. John Nugent, was held by many to be the leading organ of the city. There were other papers, such as the Times and Transcript, published in the same building from which the Alta is now issued ; the Chronicle, under Mr. Frank Soule, and the Alta, after the tragical death of Mr. Gilbert, conducted mainly, we believe, by Mr. Kemble, and also a smaller paper called the Sun, were the principal influential organs of this city, prior to the Call and Town Talk. Afterwards the True Californian was established as a commercial paper, edited ostensibly by " Caxton." Still no change was exhibited by the enlightenod "free press'' of this city or State in its hardened prejudice against us, nor until the Even...