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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 26 March 1864
NOTICE. —The Committee on Dedicating the New School House will meet on Wednesday next, 30th inst., at 12 o'clock, M., in the schoolroom, corner of J&amp;ckson and Virginia sts. J. B. SANDERSON. NOTICE. PERSONS "WHO PURCHASED CHANCES IN the ALARM CLOCK, which was to be raffled for at the A. M. E. Church Fair, held at St. Cyprian Church building, during the holidays, are notified that the raffle will take place on Monday evening nest, at the Easter Festival, at Apollo Hall. San Francisco, March 21, 18G4. Mr. Edward Hall, Secretary and Trustee of the Zion A. M. E. Church, Pacific st. He left this city for Aspinwall, on Wednesday, March 23, in obedience to his father's request. Farewell, my dear brethren ; the time is at hand when I must be parted from our social band. My parting is needful and I must obey. Farewell, my dear brethren, farewell for awhile ; we will soon meet again, if kind Providence smile. Farewell, faithful soldiers, you will soon be diicharged ; the war will b...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 26 March 1864
I THE I RON-CLAD-GEO. VAN BUREN has removed his Saloon to No. 5 Broadway, in the Dorsey House, where he will be happy to see friends. George, as usual, has good Liquors and Cigars always on hand, and will make you a splendid champaigne cocktail. N.B. Ho lias also a fine Billiard Table. m5-lm O. BERtiSON, CARPENTER AND BUILDER. No. 109 Leidesdorff Street, Bet. Sac. and Cal. sta., San Fraxcisco. All orders for Jobbing carefully and punctually attended to. DENTAT. CARD. No. 912 DUPONT STREET, MS&amp;Mgk tfcsf Second door from the Beehive. I-J Bid?* ALL WORK WARRANTED. "Si® toaf Seta 614 to §20, 630, 635, 640, 650, tkif* 660, 676. Extracting without pain. S&amp; a Filling with Gold, and Bone Filling, Bfrjf at prices to ensure good work. sepl2 tf * R. E. DA\ IS, M. D., Dentist. «T- P. DYER, ~ New England Steam Refined Soap Factory, Corner of Mason and Pacific streets, SAN FR AX CISCO. Haying enlarged the above Factory, it ia now prepared to furnish at 1 orders from the Ci...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 June 1865
THE PACIFIC APPEAL. DcLoted to the advocacy of Truth, Justice, Education, aud the diffusion of the Mechanical Arts, Agriculture, Commerce, fyc. t among the People of Color, as Me fwos/ effectual Means oj improving their Moral, Religious, Political and Social condition. VOL. IV.- -No. 12."| SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1865. [WHOLE NO. 169.
An Argument on Universal Suffrage ! [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 June 1865
An Argument on Universal Suffrage ! BY KEN. HENRY WARD BEECHER. Delivered at Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, Sunday Evening, Feb. 12, 1865. No other people can trace their history further than the African ; and in the periods before written history, they seem to have been in*advauce of other nations in civilization. No other people, save the Jewt&gt;, ever suffered more disperson throughout the globe, or a harder fate ; and not even the Jews have borne their misfortunes with more endurance and more docility than they. There is a prophecy which, through the long night of ages, has beamed upo'n this darkness. That prophecy seems on the eve of fulfilment. As we shall soon be called, as citizens, to determine the natien's policy respecting this people, we ought to seek knowledge betimes, that we may be prepared to per- • form, as Christians should, our. civU duties. f It is true that the war is not yet over ; but does any one longer doubt the issue ? It is true that peace has not yet...
The Ensuing Fourth of July. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 June 1865
The Ensuing Fourth of July. THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN Fit AN CISCO ; SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1865. Official Organ of the People of Color in the State of California, and of the American Colored People on the Pacific Coast. For the first time in the annals of the the AmerL can history, colored Americans expect to celebrate that ever memorable day, the 4th of July, untrammeled by pro-slavery as heretofore. The na tion being virtually redeemed from its shackles of slavery by the events which have transpired on and since January 1, 1863. Within that short period the sentiment of the whole nation has been changed, from its pro-slavery proclivities, to extreme anti-slavery attitude or sentiment, with the exception of the Border States, Kentucky and Delaware. There is now no man, woman, or child with colored skin, who will not be enabled to rejoice, give thanks and lisp a sacred song of freedom on Independence Day. The ensuing 4th of July will be the starting point from which colored Americans wil...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 June 1865
SS' JALLERY, .AY AND KEAR■t, San Francisco. iPES taken in nil •cs that defy com•opied to life sire. &lt;et. J. lIIGGINS. ctinnary. 7ECTFULLY TN- , of San Francisco r AND COh'FECat No. 630 (ircen apjiy to accommo:ali, in the day or jelO-tf tainirwnt. ANI&gt; VICTOUIA will celebrate the it Philarmonic Hall, ■eta, Friday evening. ?ive their tickets by itD, Sec. pro tern. LOAN. E SECRETARY OF sjned has assumed the ;'or the sale of United ,:g seven and threeannum, known as the Y LOAN. nder date June 15th, o years from that time, able, at the option of Der cent, G BONDS premium of nine from November, e 7-30 loan at bout ten per N FROM STATE S FROM ONE TO the rate levied •ayable in curached to each to any bank imed will be subscriptions. BASKET d it ia confi- • vantages will People. in authorized ? market. ich it is being jr within four jubtedly corabeen the ease - Loans. n and section es for taking Banks, and ntry have ns at par. in whom to be re- • which &gt;nia. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 June 1865
THE 0L1) sssuebsa asss&amp;wsMra! No. 919 Kearny Street, (Between -Jack3on &amp; Pacific.) The rush to this popular eating Establishment continues unabated, which proves that the character of the f ARE IS UN. SURPASSED in this city. Hundreds dine .here daily. Still there is enough and to spare. The eating department is under the management of a Irst-class cook. Established in 1«49. Or E N ALL NI a HT. WILLIAM BRANCH. ) „ . . 327 WASH. COLYER, 1 Pro P nttor » The celebrated Indian Medicine OHSROUSUS [S PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE IMmcdiate cure of Rheumatism, Gout, Neuralgia, Piles, Sprains, Bruises, and Chronic tSores, in both Persons and Animals. The remarkable cures effected 1., its use has induced the proprietor of this truly valuable medicine to thus announce it to the alllicted as above. Cnpt. Seely, who was afflicted with the gout is but one iustance of the many effectual cures made by its use, which may be obtained of James Brown, At the Post Office Livery Stabl...
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867
AGENTS. The Rev. T. M. D. Ward, Traveling Agent Rev. J. H. Hubbard and Dr Porter, Sacramento. Rev E Tappan, Stockton. Martin Carson. Stockton. Isaac Sanks, Grass Valley. Ed. Duplex, Marysville. George Miller, Petaluma. • Wm. W.Ricb, Oakland. Denis Carter, Neva,la. Isaac Gibbs, Port Wine, Sierra. 8. P. Clinton, Benicia. J. S. 11a'ton, Napa City. Rufus M. Burgiss, Coloma. . William Holmes, Oroville. Richmond Scott, Red Bluff. Isaac Flood, San Antonio Israel H Gilley Coulterville. Peter W. Caßsy, San Jose. Chas. G. Hawkins, Sutter Creek. L. A. Monroe. Mariposa. G. R. Mi lien. Weaver, Trinity Co. Charks J. Graham, Portland. Oregon. Richard W. Freeman, Dalles, Oregon. Samuel E. Cuney, Idaho City. Albert G. Callis, Alleghany town. G. Jackson, Auburn. T. M. De flousa, Walla Walla, W. T. Thomas B. Potter, Austin, N. T. J. Rodine Robinson, Fuel Bridger, near Salt Lake City, U T. T. P, Freeman, Victoria, V. I. Thomas Forrester. New Westminster, B. C. E. J Johnson, William's Creek, B. C. J. Wh...
TO THE Lf GAL VOTERS OP THE CITTT AMD COOWT7 OP SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867
TO THE Lf GAL VOTERS OP THE CITTT AMD COOWT7 OP SAN FRANCISCO. Prompted Alike by a Sense of Duty to my»clf and lo the public, and in compliance with the requestor several hundred citizens, tax-payers, and friends of the Public Schools, representing the different political sentiment?, religions creeds, nationalities, and classes of the Ban Francisco community, I hereby announce myself an Indi].endent Candidate, at the approaching election, for the office of Superintendent of Public Sobools. In so doing I deem it proper to say that I do not thereby appeal from the decision of any party or convention, but din ply tVink it a matter of right, and, under ovisting • circumstances, eminently lit to refer tbe subject of my candidacy directly to ftie people, tbe parties really interested; and, I think I may properly solicit, and with rea*»B expect, the continued support of the friends of education, and of all others who think I have faithfully and usefully discharged my cuties during the past...
Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867
Wit and Humor. I WISH I WAS A PRINTER. I wish I was a printer, I really do iudeed ; It seems to me that printers Have everything they need. (Exoept money!) They get the largest and the best Of ever) thing that grows, And get free into circuses , And other kinds of shows. (By giving an equivalent!) The higgist bug will speak to them* No matter how they dress. A shabby eoat is nothing If they own a printing press. (Policy!) At ladies' fairs they're almost hogged By pretty girls who know That they will crack up everything The ladie have to show. (Lucky fellows!) And thus they get a "blow out" free, At every party feed— The reason is because they write. And other people read. (That's so!)
FIRST GRENADIER OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867
FIRST GRENADIER OF FRANCE. For many a year there was a touching and beautiful custom to be witnessed in a certain regiment of French grenadiers, and which meant, to commemorate the heroism of a departed comrade. When the comrades assembled for parade, and the roll was called, there was one name to which owner could not answer ; it was that of La Tour 'Auvcrgne. When it was called, the oldest sergeant present stepped a pace forward, and raising his hand to his cap, said proudly : "Died on the field of honor." For fourteen years this custom was continued, and only ceased when the restored Bourbons, to please their foreign masters, forbade everything that was calculated to preserve the spirits of the soldiers of France. La Tour d'Auvergne was not unworthy in life the honor thus paid him after his death. He was educated for the army, entered in 1707, and in 1781 served under the Duke de Grillon at the seige of Port Mahon. He served always with distinction, but constantly refused offers ...
tMON PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867
tMON PLATFORM. The I'd ion Party of the State of California, in Convention assembled, hereby present lo the people of this .State their platform and declaration of party principle : Resolved, That in the present, as in the past, we are irreconcilably opposed treason and to traitor*, whoibar tbe small shall attempt to subvert Union tnd control our Government by fraud and treachery troin within, or from without, and that upon tbe loyalty of tbe Nation, tried and proven, we rely to establish firmly and forever the bonds of our National Union. Resolved, That iu reconstructing the uation it* foundation!* should be justice and its architects loyally, and wo uro not willing that those so active to destroy, should be tbe chosen and preferred builders to erect it, and until it shall appear that in the States lately in rebellion loyal C&lt;"*imittees e*lst capable and ready to admiuilter ju-tico and entorocu law in accordance with tbe principles of the government of freuuen, and equal...
For tks Pacific Appeal. Communications. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867
For tks Pacific Appeal. Communications. Grass Valley, Aug. 6th, 1867. Ma. Ebitob :—Hot weather and politics are the themes uppermost in the minds of all the people of this region. Such a long period of intense beat has not been known be fore, by tho '"oldest inhabitant." Whether the hot weather has anything to do by way of fermenting the filthy pool of politics, we know not; but certain it is, that political enthusiasm is rampant. The so-callod Democratic party fancy they have a gleam of hope arising from the snicidial chasm made in the Union party, and earnestly prompted by those, who, during the war, cooperated with traitors, by givine them aid and comfort in various ways. Yet it is so revolting to a Union man to coalascc with, and vote for men who did all they could to embarrass tho progress of our late war to its glorious consumation, that but few can be found so lost to princiDlc as to abandon tho party which is identified with the salvation of our country, and tho greatest tri...
AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. ; [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867
AMERICAN ANTI-SLAVERY SOCIETY. ; At the Thirty Fourth Annual Meeting &gt;f the American Anti-Slavery Society, re:ently held in New York ; among the reso" utions adopted were the following : 1. Resolved, That we devoutly thank Sod that we meet at last in the midst of a lation thoroughly in earnest in its purpose •o found its institutions on the corner-stone &gt;f absolute justice, and already far advanced in the accomplishment of its purpose. 2. Besolved, That regard tho oaths of Southern white men and the provisions of Southern State Constitutions as altogether too slight and uncertain a guarantee for the jivil and political rights of the negro, and in view of the past history of State legisla! tion, we consider the negro as in imminent iangcr, if defended by nothing else, of cruel oppression and the practial denial of his most vital righti. Resolved, That in our judgment, the course XXXIXth and XLth Congresses betrays too clearly that our danger lies in the resumpti...