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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 November 1863
lidmlistmfnts. NOTICE. T\PL DESPERANDUM MINING COMPANY. Assessment No. 2. The Members of the above named Company are hereby notified, that an assessment of ($5) live dollars per share, ol 200 feet has been levied, and the same is now due and payable, in United States gold and silver coin, at the Secretary's office, 645 Merchant street, San Francisco. Said assessment has been levied to cover the entire cost of incorporation, the erection n house upon the claim, and the second contracto) 20 feet. By order of the Board of Trustees. F. G. BARBADOES, Secretary. LEG' T U R E7 THE FIRST LECTURE OF THE COURSE (to be given by a number of Gentlemen) will be delivered by S. HOWARD, in Zion Church, Pacific street, between Powell and Mason, on Monday, the 10th inst, at 8 p. m. Sibjkct—"The Pioneers of the Anti-Slaver} Enterprise.'' The proceeds of the Lecture are to be given in aid of.the PACIFIC APPEAL newspaper. Tickets, 50 cents, children half-price. MRS. GEO. SMITH, 28 Slono Street, San Fran...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 November 1863
| BARBER SHOP FOR SALE. ''piie subscriber, intending to leave for the East 1 in a few weeks. ofUrs his barbering establieh- ■ mint, on Market st.. between Sansomo and Montgomery, for sale, 011 reasonable terms, Possession i given on the first of November, proximo. A. FERG IISON. Pan Francisco, Oct. 22d. 18G3. ! IIN FORMATION WANTED. IF LOUISA ALEXANDRIA RICHARDSON IS in the city of New York, her mother, Charlotte Riclmrdson, would like to hear from her. When last heard from, she lived at No. 40 Wooster st. Any information will be thankfully received hy MRS. J. A. SMITH, 1410 Dupont St., San Francisco. I OR SSALK OITYCTLETT A BARBER SHOP and BATH-HOUSE, situated in Benicia, and doing a good busi- ■ ness, offering rare inducements to any one with a I small capital and wishing to commence business , for themselves. Th* undersigned, wishing to , leave for the benefit, of his health, will sell or rent ! the aforesaid building, with ali the fixtures com- , plete, on the most reasonable te...
Our Contributors. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
Our Contributors. DR. EZRA. R. JOHNSON, Rev. J. J. MOORE, REV. T. M. D. WARD, J. 15. SANDERSON, . J. M. BELL, WM. IT. YATES, E. P. DUPLEX, WM. 11. FOOTE, WM. 11. lI.VLL, WM. A. SMITH, J. M. WHITFIELD, JACOB FRANCIS, „ S. B. SERRINGTON, Da. WM. II C. STEPHENSON, CHARLES M. WILSON, A. FERGUSON. And others that will be announced from time to tim?, with a number of lady contributors. Tiie Appkat, will be devoted to the interests of the Colored people of California and to their Moral, Intellectual and Political advancement. AGENTS. The Rev. T. M. I). Ward. Traveling Agent. I. \1 irton, General A&lt;?ent for Nevada Territory. Martin Carson, Stockton, Cal. Win. Mills, " Albert I), Ber-jhart, Sacramento City. Isaic Sanks, Orass Valley. J. E. Smith, Yreka. Ed. Duplex, Marysville. Robert Banks, Big Oak Flat. George M Her, Petetama. » Win. W. Rich, Oakland. Djnis Carter, Nevada. Elijah Booth, '• S. P. Clanton, Benicia. Joseph S. llatton, Napa. Peter Johnson, l'lacerville. Ruins M. Burg...
f [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
f A gentleman, poking hia head through a tailor's window, exclaimed; " What o'clock is it by your lapboard ?" Whereupon the tailor lifted up his lapboard and struck him a blow on the head, answering, " It has just struck one." When we see what a man is, we don't ask how he was educated. I lie fiuits of a tree afford a better test of its condition than a statement of the comp jsts used in dressing it.
Fr in the l'l-oceuiling* of the :!J Annual Convention of the A. M. E. Church. The Ministry, tha University and the Churoh. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
Fr in the l'l-oceuiling* of the :!J Annual Convention of the A. M. E. Church. The Ministry, tha University and the Churoh. The committee appointed to report upon the subject of the Ministry, presented the following : Your Committee, to whom was assigned the task of reporting on the duty of Ministers, beg leave to offer the following : Whereas, Through the instrumentality of the school system of the present age, literature has become generally diffused among the people, rendering them enlightened, and the age in which we live eminently one of progression ; and as the ideas and principles of Christianity are no less progressive than other sciences—therefore, it becomes necessary for the minister of today, to be a progressive man, a reading man, and in truth the student of nature and nature's God, to acquaint himself with all the attributes of the Divine Majesty, to ' study to show himself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to he ashamed, rightly divining the word of truth."...
What shall bo done with the Slaves. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
What shall bo done with the Slaves. General Hamilton, of Texas, lately sent a letter to the President in favor of the full enforcement of the Emancipation Act in the Southern States. The following are the closing paragraphs : I know that there are tl)o3c who, while they desire the freedom of the slave, are greatly troubled to determine what shall be done with them afterward. And I have also observed that most frequently those who know least of the slaves of the South, are more anxious in mind upon the subject. In three words, the proper policy can be stated :—• Let them alone. There is no rightful power in the Government to force them from its territory :—besides it will be found that the task masters in the South, and others, will clamor more loudly against their freedom. They will need, and must have, their labor, (not forced, but paid,) until time and a change of population in the South shall furnish an adequate supply of white labor. When this arrives, it is most probable—nay, i...
The Claims of the Appeal. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
The Claims of the Appeal. THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FKANCISCO: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1863. There has been a disposition manifested by some, we know not how many, but more than there should be among us, to introduce and support Eastern papers in preference to using their efforts in behalf of and supporting the Appeal. To a preference for other papers we do not particularly object,—that shall be to every man as he lists, —but we do object to persons whom we well know going around among our subscribers and begging them to take certain papers published abroad in preference to the Appeal, the only paper devoted to their advocacy at home. Suppose this undermining plan should succeed, and the paper now published amongst, us and for us ceased to exist, could Eastern papers, at .an immense distance and on the other side of the continent, set forth, in due time and in a proper manner, our local wants and the ever-recurring incidents which make lip our local intelligence and mark all our varied...
Mining Intelligence- [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
Mining Intelligence- We have obtained the following facts from the Secretary of the "Nil Desperandum" Company, situated in Amador county. They are a portion of the facts gathered by him while at the mine, and were in* tended to he presented to the Company, at the meeting called at Scott Street Hall, two weeks since, but there being no quorum present it was deferred. The Directors have, since that time, obtained the signatures of the majority of the company, authorizing them to proceed to the incorporation of the company. The ledge is situated in Lancha Plana, Amador county, on the west side of the Mokolumne river. The shaft was opened on a gentle eminence about 100 yards from 4 the Sacramento road. It id now at the depth of 30 feet, substantially timbered and curved, and the workmanship compares favorably with any of the shafts—numbering B—which the Secretary visited. Fifty yards distant, on the east bank of the river, is the Stockton claim, with a shaft down 100 feet, and have reac...
ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
ARRIVALS. By Steamer St. Lorn. — Mrs. Frank Cowes and son. By Steamer Constitution.—S. B. Hyers, Anthony Osborne and son ; Mr. Morris, Boston. By Steamer Pacific.—Charles Andrews, Dalles; S. Wilcox, Cariboo; Mr. Coles, do; Mr. Price, do. 4 Communication from (1. A S, Waf son villa, has been received. Deferred for the present. List of Lsttera Received, since Our Last. Official Proclamati m ; (Jov. 1.. Stanford ;P. W. ("assy, San Jose ; J. C. Jenkins, Marvsville ; Chesterfield Jackson, Auburn ; Smith and White, San Jo.st'; R. L. Groves, U. S. Steamer Hnganaw ; Isaac Morton, Genoa N. T.; VV. McKune Michigan Bar; J. C. O &gt;rk, Silver City N. T. ; A. B. V. Sacramento K. P. Duplex, Maiysville ; &lt;1. VV. S., Watsonville ; I'. W. Cassy, San Jose ; Witi. Holmes, Oroville : Joseph J. Pindell, Shasta ; R. W. Games, Placervilie ; Isaac Sanks, Crass Valley; J. E. Smith, Yreka ; Jacob Fran cis, Vict 'ria, V. I.; Tins Forrester, New Westminister, B. C.; I. N. Hoag, Esq., Sacram...
(Sammuiuciitiawi. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
(Sammuiuciitiawi. For the Pacific Appeal. Notes of a Trip to Victoria. NUMISER TIIIIF.K. The second week of my visit was passed as pleasantly as the first—daring which, I had been entertained by Messrs. A. H Francis, P. Lester and M. YV. Gibbs, at their respective residences. Mr. Gibbs resides about a mile from the city, just beyond the Parliament House and Government offices. If Victoriaever grows beyond its present limits, that will be the fashionable part of the city. A beautiful villa, built with taste and elegantly furnished ; a flower garden in front, and a kitchen garden in the rear, show that the proprietor combines the useful and ornamental. Mr. Lester lives nearer town, but suffi" ciently far to entitle his neat little cottage to the distinction of a suburban residence. After dinner, I listened to some exquisite music, by Mr. Lester's eldest daughter, who perf .rms very creditably on the piano. Mr. A. H. Francis is not as yet a permanent resident of Victoria, his business ...
e [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
e New York, Nov. 11th.—A Washington correspondent says an order has been issued permanently relieving Gen. Heintzelman, and placing Gen. Auger in his place. No reason is assigned lor Heintzelman's removal. The necessary measncrs are being taken to provide the Federal prisoners at Richmond with the necessaries of life, by the President. An effort also will be made to see if the rebels will not parole the men held by them for exchange. New Yohk, Nov. 12th.—Gen. Meade has driven the enemy to the south side of the Radidan, and has accomplished his mission ; but he will be ready to move still farther as soon as the railroad will make his base of supplies within reaching distance. Cairo, Nov. 12. —In the fight between the Confederate and Federal cavalry on the Little Tennessee, last Monday, the rebels were repulsed with a loss of fifty killed and forty captured. Washington, Nov. 12th.—The Navy Department has intelligence of the capture of the steamers Corrubia, li. E. Lee, Anna and Stella...
MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
MARRIED. In Latwingburg, N. Y., Oct. 8, by Rev. Jacob I homas, Prime Glanders io Miss Jane Brown, both of the said place. In Philadelphia, on the evening of the Oct. Ist, by the Rev. J. W. Alston, John B. Rumbley, formerly of the A\ est Indies, to Miss (Jeorgiaiina 0. Freeman of Philadelphia. In Brooklyn, Sept. 28th, by the Rev. R. 11. Cain, Chas. H. Curry of San Francisco, to Mary C. Haines of Phila. In Baltimore, Oct. Cth, by Rev. A. W. Wayman, Burwell Bunks to Charily Govans, both of said city. In New Haven, Oct. 4th, Marcus 11. Plunnner to Miss Mary A. Coarsey of New York. In Detroit, on Oct. Bth, at St. Mathews P. E. Church, by the Right Reverend Bishop McCoskey, John W. Francis of Chicago, to Miss Hariet E. Lambert of Detroit. The Providence Journal speaking of Charleston, says : " What we want is the harbor and the site of that city ; it will suit us quite as well with or without buildings upim it." Henry Queen (col'd,) charged with killing another colored man, named Jacob Co...
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
DIED. At Yreka City, Nov. 10, Elizabeth Ann Twine daughter of Elias and Jane Twine, aged 3 years and nine days. Washington papers will please copy. in Newark, N. J., Sept. 30, Andrew T., son of Joseph and Ann Emus, aged 23 years and 11 months. In Uo3tou, Sept. 23, Mrs. F. I l e Mortie, aged GO years. In Washington, Sept. 29, of paralysis, Charles Shorter, aged 93 years. Lost overboard, from the U. S. Steamship Bienville, Galveston, Texas, Aug. 17th, Thomas F. Jonks, only sou of C»roline E. Jackson, of New York, aged 23 years and 5 months. la Hartford, Conn., Sept. 11, Mary Isabella, youngest daughter of J;imes and Mary Watkins, aged 12 years and 8 months and 18 days. In Newark, N. J., Sept. 15th, of congestion of the brain, Uarky Jackson, youngest si nof Elias S. and Sarah M. Hay, aged three jears, eight months and ten days.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
Dutartistfttitnts. NOTICE. Tiie sisters of CHARITY ARE HEREby notified to meet on Monday evening next, the 23rd instant, at their usual jj.uco of meeting. By order of the 0. M. Attest : Mary Francis, Secretary. Don't forget the Rising Generation. rp HERE WILL BE AN' EXHIBITION .A. at the Powell Street Church, by the A. M. E. Sabbath .School, on Thanksgiving Night. fifegfOur Church is in debt and our Library destitute of Books, hence we must hope and work. The members of Frank Johnson's Musical Association are expected to be present. LECTURE. The first lecture of the course (to be given by a number of Gentlemen) will be delivered by S. HOWARD, iu Zion Church, Pacific street, between Powell and Mason, on Tuesday, the 24th inst, at Bp. m, Sobjkct—" Ttie Pioneers of the Anti-Slavery Enterprise." The proceeds of the Lecture are to be given in nid of ihe PACIFIC APPEAL newspaper. Tickets, 50 cents, children half-price. NOTICE. —The Members of the Nil Desperandum Mining Company are request...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 21 November 1863
1N FORM ATi ON WA N TED. IF LOUISA ALEXANDRIA RICHARDSON IS in the city ol New Yolk, her mother, Charlotte Richardson, would like to hear from her. When last heard from, she lived at No. 40 Wooster St. Any information will he thankfully received by MRS. J. A. S.MII H, 1410 Dupont st., San Francisco I OK i*A],E Olf'TO - LET. A BARBER SHOP and BATH-HOUSE, situated in Benicia, and doing 1 a good bnsi- | ness, offering rare inducements to any one with a i small capital and wishing to commence business ' for themselves. The undersigned, wishing to I leave for the benefit of his h&lt; alth, will sell or rent the aforesaid building, with all the fixtures complete, on the most reasonable tenns, if early application is made. S. I'. CLAN TON. Benieia. Oct. 5, 18C3. 010-lm O. IiERGSON, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, No. 109 L&lt; idesdoifl* Mi ret, Bet. Sac. and Cal. sts., San Francisco. All orders for Jobbing carefully and punctually attended to. natiianTel gray, U ND 35 K T AKEE, 041...