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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

REGULAR UNION NOMINATIONS. State Ticket. For Governor, GEORGE C. GORHAN, of Ban Francisce. For Lieutenant Governor, P. JONES of Trinity For Secretary of State, WILLIAM H. PARKS of Sutter For Controller, JOSIAH UOWELL ot Sacramento For Supreme Judge, JOHN CURRY of Sen Franciaeo For Attorney General JOHN G. McCULLOUGH of Mariposa For Surveyor General CHARLES F REED of Yolo For Treasurer, ROMUALDO PACUECO, of San Louis Obispo For Harbor Commissioner, CHARLFS CLAYTON of San Francisco For Clerk of the Supreme Court, E. G. WAITE of Nevada For State Printer, D. 0. McCarthy of San Franoisco For Superintendent of Public Instruction, JOHN SWETT . of San Franoiieo For Congress, Ist District T. G. Phelps 2d District Wm. H. Higby 3d Diftrtot Chancellor Hartson Union Legislative Ticket. For Senators. JOHN H. REDDINGTON, JOS. P. PIERCE, J. B. HABMON. For Assembly, O.O.MILLER, WM. ASUBURNER. CHAS L WIGGIN, GARDNER ELLIOTT, F. H. WATERMAN, JOHN BAMBER, H. A. 80NTAG, HENRY tt. REED. A. W. SCOTT, GEOR...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

ID t a 11) < . Grass Valley, July 30th, Solomon Tomp. kinson. aged 49 years. Washington papers please copy. Nevada, July 30th, Henry Baley, native of Bodford, aged 33 years. GRAND SACRED CONCERT, By Thirty or the Best Vocalists! At Zlon Church, Tuesday Hvenin*. AUGUST 20, 1867, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. For the Benefit of the Church. Admission 50 Cents. SYSTEMATIC AID 1 FOB TBE ; FOOE OF THE SOUTH. , WITHOUT DISTINCTION of COLOR. f Office: 302, Montgomery street, corner of J Pine street, San Francisco. I BEV. D. C. BAYNES, j Secretary of the American Frecdmcn's Union 1 Commission, and the California Branch. • FOR SALE) s t A commodious Dwelling, sstuated in the central ,1 part of the city of Grass Valley, and exceedingly convenient for business men who desire to resiue near their place of business. For sale cheap for i lush, For further particulars address n I I. I I.SAAC SANKS. Grass valley, Cal. 1 MONET TO LOAN a On City Rbal Estate, Dwellings, Factories lS I Shipping and Merch...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

Magnolia Saloon.] [Lower part Appollo Hall-1 808 PACIFIC STREET, ! San Franc Is co. I The undersigned having fitted up the above named establishment as a first class i billiard saloon, would inform their friends ; throughout the interior, as well as in the city, that they will always keep on hand su- 1 perior wines, liquors, cigars, etc. 1 Lunch day and night. 1 1 GEO. SMITH & CO. | N. B—The bar and billiard table are un- ■ der the supervision of Mr. John Player. c 1 ——— —__________ 1 Cosmoplitan Coal and Wood Yard. ' GEO. W. DENNIS,: WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ! 1 WOOD COAL AND COKE, 340 BROAD WAY. Between Montgomery and Sansome at., Sao Francisco. Constantly on hand, West Hartley, Sydney, Scotch, Chile, Pittston, Cumberland, Coose Bay, Mt Diablo, and Bellingham Bay Coals, Coke and Charcoal, Oak and Red Woods which will be sold on reasonable terms, and delivered free of Charge. Bags to be paid for, if not returned. HOWARD FOSTER. W. A. L. COOPER. FOSTER &amp...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

SURE CURE FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, PILES. CHILLS AND FEVER! Brown's Celebrated Indian Medicine, Cheronses, for the cure of the above afflictions. CERTAIN CURE WARRANTED! The following Certificate is by a well known gentleman of this city: San Francisco, February 19 1867. To all whom it may concern : This is to certify that 1, Andrew McDermott, having suffered for years with the Rheumatism and Qout, and being badl» treated with mercury, mercurial ulcers came on my legs and feet, which resisted all the remedies of the best medical advice of this city, unfitting me for active duties of any sort* I was discouraged at the prospect of ever being cure j, when through suggestion of a friend, I reluctantly concluded to try JAMES BROWN'B celebiated Medicine, CHEROULES. I have taken it for two months, with surprising effect, and now the eruptiori" had disappeared, and the ulcers are healed. No medi- . but his seemed ever to reach my case at all. Too much cannot be said in its favor. I feel it my ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

NORTH AMERICA Life Insuranceco. THE MOST Rsponsable Company IN THKW OELD, By »n Act of the lut Legislature of New York, the Policies of this Company Exclvsively will be guaranteed by the State—bear the seal of the _ State, and be countersigned by the Insurance Commissioner. THE MOST LIBERAL COMPANY IN THE WORLD. NO RESTRICTION C CUPATION. Policy holders arc allowed to reside anywhere on the globe, except between the tropic*, without extra charge. Policy-holders allowed to travel anywhere on the globle without extra charge* POLICIES , Indisptit&ble from any Cause, ■"•'TkOM DATE OF ISSUE. No. 302, Montgomery street, corner of Pine. J. A, E a to n & c o ~ MANAGERS of the PACIFIC BRANCH. SAMUEL PILLSBURY, Local Agent. H.H Russbl, f Gbo. W. Mohqan, > Agents. _ N. J. Street. ) The undtsigned beg leave to inform their friends and the public that they have opened the above named Hotel, aitvated on St, Mark's street, between Kearny and Dupont atid Post and ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

! GEO. B. HITCHCOCK & CO., Offer for Sale Whitman's Drawing Paper, Arnold'* Copytng Ink and Fluid, English Twines, C h omt-erlain'i Ribband hand Press. a complete assortnent of Stationary AND ACCOUNT BOOKS, Counting House, Bank and Insurance Stationers. Nos. 413 & 415 Sansomc street, corner Commercial. seB-m. Furnished Rooms. Furuished rooms suitable for gentlemen, can be had on reasodable terms, at No 13 Scott street, between PaciDcand Broadway, and Mason and Powell, The location is desirable and pleasant. • Furnished Rooms, with or without Board Mrs. Christiana Hall has taken the large and comfortable house, situated on No. 3, Auburn street, between Jackson and Pacific streets, and will accommodate persons from the interior on reasonable terms, when visiting the city. She respectfully solicits a share of patronage. To Hair Dressers and Tonsorial Artists The undersigned begs leave to inform the profession that, at the old store, No. 535 Commercial street two...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

Rheumatism, Piles, Chills AND FEVERS, SORE EYES, SORE THROATS. Also, Secret Diseases of all kinds, cured. Call and see me at the' Cratom-House Livery Stable NO. 318 BROADWAY, Between Sansome and Montgomery streets, San Frsncisco. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!! I PROMISE TO CURE THE Gout in the Feet and Ankles. ALL OLD SORES, GENERALLY LOCATED IN THE FEET and A N KLE S, HO MATTER OK HOW LONG STANDI N G PROFESSOR JAMES pROWN. QUINCY HALL CLOTHING EMPORIUM, No MS, 547, 549 Washington street, MONTGOMERY BLOCK, SAN FRANCISCO. , The largest and cheapest Establishment on the Pacific Coast. Genta' Clothing Made to OrctrSam'l Ambrose & Co., BUTCHERS. Stall No. 82, WASHING TON MARKET, SAN FRANCISCO. Steamboats, shipping, and families suppliod with all kinds of fresh and cured meats. Corned Beef bythe barrel. All articles delivered free or charge. Howe s'New Style FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, GREAT IMPBOV EMENT— JUST RECEIVED. ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR FINE WORK. Also, Brading, Hemming, etc. The...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

i CHARTER PERPETUAL. This Leading American Company, DEVOTED TO FIRST-CLASS INDEMNITY To the Insuring Publii at rates as IoV as SOLVENCY AND „2 MODERATE JYEW ENGLAND PROFrT WILL ADMIT OF. olicieT issued DIRECT, by J. D. HAWKS & Co., City Agents, No. 424 California Street, Corner ofLeidsdorf. Tho best is always the cheapest 1 Home Mutual Insurance COMPANY. INCORPORATED SEPTEMBER, 1864. Office No. 410 California street. Capital Stock), 51,000,000. Paid in Capital $350,00 0. ] THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE f AGAINST ( Loss or Damage by Fire upon terms as fa- ] vorable as similar institutions. Also Ma- ] rine Risks at the usual rates. , ALL LOSSES IMMEDIATELY ADJUSTED AND PROMPT- ' LY PAID. , Geo. S. Mann, President. Win. H. Stevens. Secretary. H. C. LEE, Vice Preeident. A. R. Gunnison, Surveyor. Ward's Shirts , Hew Styles IN , NECK.TIES AND SCARFS. " HANDKERCHIEFS, PAPER COLLARS, SBIRTS, UNDER SBIRTS DRAWERS, WARD'S SHIRT STORED MONTGOMERY ST„ ANI , OOH BKABSmTBZED, T II E © L D ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

CARSTEN HENCKENV SUCCESSOR TO John R. B1 ak e. i Uuion Club, 734 Pacific street. Thia & < vorite house is still open for the reception of those from the interior as well as those of the city. A fine billiard table, good b«r t etc. 3-nr. NATHANIEL GRAF, 741 Sacramento Street, Corner of Webb, San Francisco* Iron and Wood Grave Enclosures ui Marble Tombstones furnished to order. CITY AND COUNTY SEXTON. Sole Agent for Barstow's Patent Metallic Burial Cases and Caskets. - SHERIFF BROTHERS, Photographic Gallery> [Over Hinckley's Drug Store.] CORNER OF CLAY and KEARNY flte.. Entrance, 859 C 1 ay St, SAN FRANCISCO* Gartes deYisites, Photographs and Ambrotypcs executed in s superior manner. Small pictures copied and enlarged to any size, and neatly finished is India ink, water colors, or in oil. Ring and locket pictures neatly set. All work warranted to give satisfaction. UNIVERSAL LIFE INSURCE COMPANY, OF HIW lost! Capital 12,000,009 SPECIAL F E ATU * E : P...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

9l Olive Branch Lodge, No. 5, F. M. m cet every Tuesday evening, at their new | Hall, No. 041' Broadway. Monthly; Bnetio first Tuesday in each month. Nelson Cook, Secretary. Victoria Lodge, No. 3* F. and A. Y. M., meet tUTf Monday evening as above. Monthly meet.ag, 6 ret Monday in each month, 8. Howard, Secretary, the Ladies' Union Beneficial Society meets on I *the —Mo nday of every month in the vestry \ room of the A. M. K. Church Powell street. Mrs. C. Dupee, President, j The Pacific Accumulating and Beneficial Society meets on the — Monday of every month. No permunen ■ place of meeting. Mrs. Aaron Phillips, President. ■ There are also several organised sewing circles ■ing Schools, etc., meet weekly, Wethington Lodge No. 8, F. and A. M., meeting every Wednesday evening, m above. Stated meetings, every first and third Wednesday. J. E. Brown, Secretary. Hie above lodges in this city are working under the jurisdiction of the Moat Worshipful United flttnd Lodge of the State of New Yo...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

Incorporated 1819.9 The Champion Underwriter, • I ' VETERAN OF 16,000 FIRES Having located an Agency in this city, is prepared to furnish Reliable Indemnity Against Fire at the LATEST SOLVENT RATESPolicies Issued Without D e 1 a y , by J. D. HAWKS & CO., San Fraaciaco. 427 California Street, Corner of Leidesdorf. Hartford Indemnity Passes Current in every State in the Union. - • THE NATIONAL FREEDMAN, A MONTHLY JOURNAL Of THE NEW YORK NATIONAL FREEDMEN'S Relief Associaiion. The National Freedman . is published monthly, at No. 76 John Street, New , York, as the organ of the New York National Freed man's Belief Association. All communications for the ' ■ . \ I NATIONAL FREEDMAN should be addressed to the Editor as aboae, and must be accompanied by the full address of the 1 writer. THE AMERICAN FREEDMAN the organ of the Am. F. and U. Commission, will be bound tip with our Journal, and sent regularly to our subacribers. Tkrsis, per Annum - - *2 00 Single Copies • . 15 THE NA...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

: , ) , r \ f I IP>i - , NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, OF SAN FRANCISCO. Office 408 Montgomery street. Cash Capital, one Million Dollars. Assets, January 1,1867, $1,093,131 92. President- - -Geo. W. Beaver. Secretary... W. W. Wiggins. Marin# Officer Capt. Amos Noyes. Surveyor... E. N. Torroy. Policies Issued p,nd LOSSES PAID IN GOLD. MARINE INSURANCE upon Hulls, Cargoes, Treasure, Commissions, Profits, And other subjects of Marino Insurauce, to and from all Ports in the world, including Inland Risks. FIRE INSURANCE upon Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, Rents, Vessels in Port, and their cargoes, and other Insurance Property, GREATLY REDUCED RATES. MARINE AGENTS: At New York..Messrs. Eugene Kelley A Co. . At Honolulu Messrs. Brewer <fe Co. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: JOSEPH DONOIIOE, Chairmam. John G. Gray, Albert Dibble 11. W. Halleck, Abram Block, William Pierce, J. H. Deering James T. Deane. Geo. F. Bragg

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

( DIRECTORS. Brittan, 0 F Fargo, A bcr t Dibblei H vy Ha n eck| Abne, Baker, Henry L King, James Deering, Henry L Davis, Henry 8 Dexter, Charles Clayton, N Van Bergen, T E Baugli, George F Bragg, Michael Reese, Jos A Dooohoe, 8 C Hastings, George W Gibbs, George W Dam, R G Sneath, A. Eastman, Henry Barroilhct, Wm G Badger, Abram Block, Benj Hobart, J C Johnson, James W Cox, J T Dean, Levi Strauss, Daniel Meyer, H L Dodge Charles Lux, E V Hathaway, Hiram Tubbs, Walter N Hawley, Jas 1' Goodwin, N C Fassett, Lloyd Tevis, Isaac E Davis, P Manry, Jr. A Hayward, Alex Forbes, E L Goldstein W W Montague, Samuel Crim, Jos B Thomas, Daniel Murphy, Nicholas Larco, Wm. H Sharp, Morris Speyer, Tbeo Le Roy, William Pierce, John Center, John G Bray, C L Taylor, E H Winchester, George C Hicox, J 8 Hutchinson, Thomas Breeze, 0 F Griffin, C -C Knox, Chas M Plum, S P McMahon, W C Talbot, Jas P Pierce, M P Jones, J C Wilmerding, A J Bryant, W W Wiggins, S Heydenfeldt, Anthony Chabot, James Phelan, J B ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 10 August 1867

S P E CI AL!!!! A Good Teacher.—Wo call the attention of our readers to the infant school recently established on Scotland street, between Filbert and Greenwich* Miss Charlotte Drewn is well vualiged to teach the young ideas how to shoot. The terms are very reasonable. Parents will do well in sending thei. children to her. We hope soon to see the commodious roome filled with the (lowers of our youth. Tnc Emancipation Oration, by Dr. E. R. Johnson, and The Poem, by MrJ J. M. Whitfield, both delivered at Piatt's Hall on January Ist, 1867, are for sale at the Pacific Appeal oflce, No. 79 Merchant street. Faice fifty cents. The Emancipation Oration, by l)r. E. K. Johnson, aod the Poem by Mr. J. M. Whitfield, both delivered at Piatt's Music Uall on January Ist, 1867, have been published in pamphlet form by the authors, and are for sale at the of J. W. Sullivan, W. E. Lootuis, J. Stratinan, and at the Pacific Appeal office, No. 79 Merchant street. Price 50 cents per copy; when six or more...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 17 August 1867

THE PACIFIC APPEAL "TRUTH ORUBHED TO EA.RTH WILL RISE AGAIN." SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY. AUGUST 17, 18G7. WHOLE NO. 265. VOL. VI.- ~NO. 8.

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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 17 August 1867

AGENTS. The Rev. T. M. I). Word, Tiaveling Agent. Rev. J U. Hubbard and Di Porter, Sacramento. Rev. E Tuppan, .Stockton. Martin Carson. Stockton. Isaac Sanks, Grass Valley. Ed. Duplex, Marysville. George Miller, l'etaluina. Wm. W. Rich, Oakland. Denis Carter, Nevada. Isaac Gibbs, Port Wine, Sierra. S. P. Clinton, Hi iiicia. J. 8. 11a ton, Napa City. Rufus M. Rurgiss, Coloma. William Holme?, Oroville. Richmond Scott, lied Bluff. Isaiic Flood, San Antonio Israel H Gilley Coulterville. Pi.ter W. Css~y, Shi> Jose. Chos. G. Hawkins, Sutter Creek. L. A. Monroe. Mariposa. I G. R. Millen, Weaver, Trinity Co. Charles J. Graham, Portland. Oregon. Richard W. Fret man, Dalles,Oregou. Samuel E. Cuney, Idaho City, Albert G. Callis, Alleghany town. G. Jackson, Auburn. T. M. Do Souza, Walla Walla, W. T. Thomas B. Pottt r, Austin, N. T. J. Rodine Robinson, Fort Bridget, near Salt Lake City, U T. T. P. Freemau, Victoria, V. I. Thomas Forrester. New Westminster, 13. C. E. J Johnson, William...

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GEORGE C. GORHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 17 August 1867

GEORGE C. GORHAM. As wo liavo seen various statements as to thcetrli life of our candidate for Governor, we have taken - pains to ascertain the facts from thoso familiar with them, and are enabled to Fpcak understanding!} - . The subject of this sketch was born in Grcenport, in the State of New York, in 1832. His parents were New fenglond people, and soou after his birth removed to New London, Connecticut, nis father was engaged in extensive business, but died in 1830, leaving a widow with two sons, of whom George was the youngest. lie had becomo involved in the laud speculations of 1836. The house was compelled to go into liquidation shortly after his death and the widow was left to struggle for a living forself and children, i From his earli.-t boyhood he showed that spirit of independence and complete self-reliance which has always distinguish! him. Giadly earuiug a shilling ho;e and there, and regularly attending the public school, he was a source of help and pride to his widowe...

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IIOMANt'VC. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 17 August 1867

IIOMANt'VC. Hotels are not utifrcquontly the scene of remantic incidents and mysterious transactions. The continued influx of various kinds of people, from various placcs, naturally enough gives rise to some singular and often amusing occurrences. We were reminded of this yesterday, (says the St. Louis Republican, of June 21th.) by learning the facts of a somewhat curious attwr which took place at one of our prominent hotels this week. This is a simple statement of the occurence, and is true in every particular : On Sunday loot a well-dressed, somewhat pale, but pleasing looking lady, arrived at the hotel. She occupied an aristocratic apartment on the third floor, and was treated with due dclerence by the proprietor and attaches of the hotel. She remained much in her room, and appeared to have no friends nor ac quaintances in this city. We now come to the strange part of the story, which we give without offering any explanation. Among the waiters employed at the hotel was ono young ...

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