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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 17 August 1867

NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, OF SAN FRANCISCO. Office 408 Montgomery street. Cash Capital, one Million Dollars. Assets, January 1,1867, $1,093,131 02. President- - -Geo. W. Beaver. Secretary \V. W. Wiggins. Marine Officer Capt. Amos Noyes. Surveyor E. N. Torrey. Policies Issued and LOSSES PAID IN GOLD. MARINE INS URA NGE upon Hulls, Cargoes, Treasure, Commissions, Profits, And other subjects of Marine Insurance, 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 RAT E S . I MARINE AGENTS: At New York..Messrs. Eugene Kel lev & Co. j At Honolulu Messrs. Brewer A Co. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE : JOSEPH DONOHOE. Chairmam. John G. Gray, Albert Dibble 11. W. llalleck, Abram Block. William Pierce, J. 11. Peering James T. Deane. Geo. F. liragg

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 17 August 1867

DIRECTORS. Alber®' ittan » C F Fargo, *,1 Dibble, V" HWHalleck, r Baker. Henry L King, James Dee ring, Ilenrv L Davis, Henry S Dexter, Charles Clayton, N Van Bergen, T E Baugh, George F Bragg, Michael Reese, Jos A Donohoe, 8 C Hastings, George W Gibbs, George W Dam, R G Sneath, A. Eastman, Henry Bar roil he!, Wm G Badger, Abram Block, Benj Ilobart, J C Johnson, James W Cox, T Dean, Levi Strauss, Daniel Meyer, HL Dodge Charles Lux, E V Hathaway, Hiram Tubbs, Walter N Haw ley. Jas P Goodwin, N C Fassett, Lloyd Tevis, Isaac E Davis, 1* Maury, Jr. A Hayward, Aiex Forbes, E L Goldstein W W Montague, Samuel Crim, Jos B Thomas, Daniel Murphy, Nicholas Larco, Wm. II Sharp, Morris Speyer, Theo Le Roy, William Pierce, John Center, John G Bray, C L Taylor, Fj H Winchester, George" C Ilicox, J S Hutchinson, Thomas Breeae, O 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...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 17 August 1867

| Pacific Mail Steamship Co's : Through lino to New York, carrying the United States Mail. ' I j " av '' Folnom street wharf at V ' a Unftm * " a, ' roa< * ( h for New York : Ou tUo 10th, 18th, j*nd 30ili of each ; month that liu* 30 days. On the l(Hb, 19ih and 30th of each mouth that haft 31 days. j Wb'.nlhc 10th, 19th and 30'h fall on Sunday they - will leave on Saturday preceding—when the 18th falls I on Sunday they will leave on th<; Monday following. Steamer loaviopr San Fran©l*co on the 10!h touches jat Mnnz-tnillo. All tou« hat Arapulco. I Departures of the lS.li or 19 h connects with the i French Transatlantic Co's. steamer for St. Nazairo, and I English steamrr lor South America. Departure of 10 h connects with the Knglish steamjer for Southhampton aud P. R. R. Co'a steamer for I Central America. i Departure of the 30th connects with the English steam r for Tumaco, tb" put cf the new mines. Cabin pa- ngers bertln d through, baggage I through 100 pounds...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

THE PACIFIC APPEAL. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH WILL RISE AGAIN VOL. VI.- -NO. 9. SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1867. WHOLE NO. 269;

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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

AGENTS. The Rev. T. M. D. Ward.Tiaveling Agent. 1 Re?. J. 11. Hubbard and Di Porter, Sacramento. Rev E Tnppan, Stockton. Martin Carson, Stockton. Isaac Sanks, Grass Valley. Ed. Duplex, Marysville. George Miller, Petaluma. Wm. W.Rich, Oakland. Denis Carter, NevaJa. Isaac Gibb9, Port Wine, Sierra. 8. P. Clinton, Boniqia. J. 3. Ilatton, Napa City. Rufus M. Burgiss, Coloma. William Holmes, Oroville. Richmond Scott, Red Bluff. Isaac Flood, San Antonio. Israel H Gilley Coulterville. Peter W. Cassy, San Jose. Chas. G. Hawkins, Sutter Creek. L. A. Monroe, Mariposa. G. R. Mi lien, Weaver, Trinity Co. Charles J. Graham, Portland. Oregon. Richard W. Freeman, Dalles, Oregon. Samuel E. Cuney, Idaho City. Albert G. Callis, Alleghany town. G.*MltoOn, Alburn. T. M. De Souia, Walla Walla, W. T. Thomas B. Potter, Austin, N. T. "J. Rodine Robinson, Fort 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. Whit...

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RAILROADS IN CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

RAILROADS IN CALIFORNIA. More work has been done on Californian railroads during the first seven months of this year than ever before within a like period, and the probabilities are that 1867 will-so far as railroad activity is concerned occupy a respectable place in the annals of our State. The Central Pacific road is employing more laborers than ever—most of them in the State of Nevada, but near our line, and on the road that we con. sider to to be Californian. The great tunnel on the Summit is to be done within two months, and the line has been graded for many miles beyond the summit, so that very soon after the completion of the tunnel the cars will be running into tho State of Nevada. The contractor lately advertised for teams to haul 3,000 tons of iron from Cisco to Coburn's Station, twenty miles. Ho is unable to wait for tho completion of the tunnel, so the iron is to go forward over the wogon road. Leading stockholders in the Central Pacific Company have purchased a controll...

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THE CALIFORNIA MANUFACTURING and COMMERCIAL CO., [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

THE CALIFORNIA MANUFACTURING and COMMERCIAL CO., Is another of the organization established here for the development of our resources. The objeect of this Company is to aggregate capitl for the purpose of being used for the promotion of manufacture, commerce, and the investment of money accumulated, in such manner as the Board ol Directors shall determine. The attention of the Directors has been directed to the field where they could obtain a constant supply of material for the manufacture of carpeting, matting, sacking, cordage, cotton and linen goods, of which at least three Aad a half millions of dollars in value are annually imported into California from abroad. The Central American Sales im port goods of the same character equal to half a million of dollars. The Directors have, at great trouble and expense, not on ly secured the exclusi-e control of a large portion of the raw material produced on the coast, necessary to b« used for the purposes aforesaid, but they have obtained...

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THE CHINESE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

THE CHINESE QUESTION. ThoM who think that the Union Party favor the introduction of Chinese labor into this State, to the detriment of the white laborer, had better read the following extracts from the resolutions, adopted at the last Union State Convention, and also Mr. Gorham's sentiments on the Chinese qnestion, tad they will see their error: Mr. Gorham, in his Placerville speech, speaking pn the Chinese question, said : " I was always opposed to the admission of serfs into this State, an'l opposed to the means taken to make contracts with laborers on terms which the; did not understand, and then put tbat contract service into competition with the free labor of white inen. It is the duty of every public man, and it was his own delight that he should be able to aid in the suppression of this evil. When the workingmcn of San Francisco passed resolutions deprecatory of the importation of Chinese into this State, I was with them." The following is the °d resolution of the platform of...

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GOOD NEWS"*" [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

GOOD NEWS"*" [Gorham's trip throughout the interior has proved an ovation. The magnetism of his personal address, the power of his intellect, the boldness with which he has deeped his positions and enunciated the great truths which lie at the very root of American liberty, have surpised while they charmed his audiences. In some places the people were aroused to a frenzy of enthusiasm. They had not expected to meet with such a man so affable in manners so gentlemanly in deportment—so convincing in argument—and as their prejudices gave way, the impulse succeeded, to catch him in their arms and embrace him with the fondness of brothers. Well may the Bulletin admit his ability as a statesman by bespeaking from its readers " their admiration for the manly frankness and independence which [his speech at Sacramento] displays in respect to political questions on which Union men are somewhat divided." There has been no evasion—no shirking no attempt to beat the bush on his part. While he has...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Resources of California. JHE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE OF SAN Franeiico hereby OFFER A PREMIUM ONE THOUSAND ($l,lleO) DOLLABS FOR THE BERT ESSAY ON TUB " BKSOUBCES OF CALIFOBNtA. AND IB* BEST METHOD or DEVELOPING THE BAMB," ander tfc* following conditions: One half of the premium in cash on the certifled award of tho Committee of Judge*, and the balance from the first proceeds of galea of the successful work, which la to elong to, and will be published by the Institute. The Essays are to be handed into the Librarian of the Institute on or before the PI RST DAY OF JUNK, 1808, and the award to be made by the Judges at the opening of the Industrial Exhibition, which is to be held in August or September following. The Essay should bo divided into three heads, Til s Mineral, Agricultural, and Industrial Resources, with proper subdivisions of each subject. It should be sufficient in quantit/ to form a duodecimo (l2ino) volume of from 250 to 800 pages long primer type solid...

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THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 18 67. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 18 67. Official organ of the People of Color in the State of California, and of the American Colored People on the Pacific Coast. . To Our Aoents—We request every agent of the Appeal to send in what is due the paper.

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The Situation. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

The Situation. Tho political cauldron is now at its boiling hight. Messrs. Gorliam, Haight, and Fay, the Gubernatorial candidates of the their respective parties in the field, are fully getting thoir views before the people of the State. The forum and the press, commands the masses and urgos them to the duty to be performed on the 4th proximo, and to chose men and measures which accomplish the greatest amount of good for the State and tho Nation at large. The Union (Gorham) candidates, and platform, are the most anailable, and should be supported entire. It is highly essential that the Stn,te and County ticket should be elected, because tho nominees are pledged to sustain tho re construction measures of Congress—and the adoption of the amendment to the Federal Constitution. The Fay nominees may go further into dyed-in-thc wood radicalism, on tho faco of their platform, but tho Gorliam nominees will ao- complish the same object in view, and are in the ascendency. It will prove fatal ...

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Mai on Ic. " [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

Mai on Ic. " Tho impracticable propositions gotten up here some time ago, and sent East, we learn from a correspondent, who has informed the "Elevator" of the following fact, viz :— "That at the Annual Communication of the United Grand Lodge, the articlcß of union were read, and referred to a Special Committee, who are expected to report at the next Quarterly Communication." That, of course was the easiest way to put a quietus to the impracticable plan of union, which was submitted. The propositions will now sleep the sleep of death. All good Masons are bound to oppose such a glaring departure from the usages of tho order, as were therein contained. We reiterate the generally received opinion that the only way a lasting "union" can bo effected is by the respective lodges in each State to go into convention, and organize therein a State Grand Lodge. We want no "National" or "ProvinciaP' body to govern State Grand Lodges. The Concert. — On Tuesday evening last, a grand Sacrcd Concert ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

REGULAR UNION NOMINATIONS State Ticket. For Governor, GEORGE C. GORHAM, of San Francisco. For Lieutenant florornor, J. P. JONES of Trinity For Secretary of State, WILLIAM H. PARKS ........of Sutter For Controller, JOSIAH HOWELL. of Sacramento For Supreme Judge, JOHN CURRY..... of San Francisco For Attorney General JOHN G. McCULLOUGH of Mariposa For Surveyor General CHARLES F REED of Yolo For Treasurer, ROMUALDO PACHECO, of San Louis Obiipo For Harbor Commissioner, CHARLFS CLAYTON of San Francisco For Clerk of the Supremo Court, K G. WAITS of Nevada For State PrinUr, D. 0. MoCARTHY of San Franciico For Superintendent of Public Instruction, JOHN SWBTT of San Francisco For Congress, tst District T. G. Phelps 2d District Win. H. Higby 3d District Chancellor Hartson Union Legislative Ticket. For Senators. JOHN H. REDINGTON, JAS. P. PIERCE, J. B. HARMON. For Assembly, 0. C. MILLER, WM. ASHBURNER, CHAS LWIGGIN, GARDNER ELLIOTT, F. H. WATERMAN, JOHN BAMBER, H. A. SON TAG, HENRY It. REED. A....

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

Jllarriagte. On May 15th, 1867, at the residence of the bride's mother, by the Rov. Thomas A. Davis, Mr. Samuel Burchmore of Baltimore Md.. to Miss Margaret Ophelia Powers, daughter of the late Jeremiah Powers of New York. Alleghany City, Pa., on June 27th, 1867, by the Rev. Jehu Holliday, Mr. John Dixon, to Miss Elizabeth McGuire. Iu Zion church, Hudson, N. Y., April 20th, 1867, by Rev. J. C. Biddle, Mr. Zachariah B. Savoy of Kingston, N, Y., to Miss Aurelia J. Boyd of Barrytown, N. Y. In New City, June 4th, 1867, by Rev. H. H. Garnet, Mr. Silas Tobias, to Miss Ellen Henry. In New York City, June 6th, 1867, by Rev. H, H. Garnet, Levi Watson, Esq., to Mrs. Elizabeth Butler. © to i I) 0 . Iu New York City, July 9th, 1867, Mr. Caleb Jackson, (formerly of Delaware,) aged 64 years. In New York City, June 29th, 1867, James Maxfield, aged 55 years. Lancaster, S, C„ June 27 th, Ailseo Thompson, aged 75. New York, June 10th, 1867, Francis Saunders, aged 67. REMOVAL. IFYOU WANT A GOOD HAT, G...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

UNIVERSAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF KE W YORK. Capital $2,000,000 stecial feature: Premiums Lower than those Charged by any other Company in the Woi 1 J! return premium table. By tliits table, all premiums paid to the Company are paid back to the heirs, together with the amount of insurance, at the death of the insured. Fob Example. —Should a person aged 30, insure his life in the "Universal" for $1,000, and pay $43 10 per annum on the 10 payment plan and dies after having paid five annual payments, or $215 50, his policy will be good for 11,215 50. ALL POLICIES NON FORFEITABLE. For further information, apply to JOHN S. SCOTT, 304 Montgomery St., near Pine. General Agent for tho Pacific Coast. Cosmoplitan Coal and Wood Yard. geo. w.Tennis, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN WOOD COAL AND COKE, 340 BROAD WAY, Between Montgomery and Sansome st., Sao Francisco. Constantly on hand, West Hartley, Sydney, Scotch, Chile, Pittston, Cumberland, Coose Bay, Mt Diablo, and Bellingham Bay Coals, Co...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

SURE CURE FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, PILES. CHILLS AND FEVER! Brown's Celebrated Indian Mcdicine, 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 Gout, 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, uufittina me for active duties of any sort. I was discouraged at the prospect of ever being curej, when through suggestion of a friend, I reluctantly concluded to try JAMES BROWN'S oelebiated Medicine, CHEROULES. I have taken it for two monthi, with surprising effect, and now the eruption had disappeared, and the ulcers are healed. No medibut his seemed ever to reach my case at all. Too much cannot be said in ita favor. I feel it my duty, a...

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