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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

NORTH AMERICA Life Insuranceco. THEMOST Rsponsable Company INTHEWORLD. By ail Act of the Inst Legislature of New York, the Policies of tliis Company Exclv«ively will be guaranteed by the State—bear the teal of the State, and be countersigned by the Insurance Commissioner. THE MOST LIBERAL COMPANY IN TIIE WORLD. NO RESTRICTION C CUPATION. Policy holders are allowed to reside anywhere on the globe, except between the tropics, without extra charge. Policy-holders allowed to travel anywhere on the globle without extra charge. POLICIES , Indisputable from any Cause, j FROMDATEOFISSUE. No. 302, Montgomery street, corner of Pine. J. A, Eaton & co., MANAGERS of the PACIFIC BRANCH. SAMUEL PILLSBURY, Local Agent. H.H Russbl, i Geo. W. Morgan, > Agents. N. J. Street. ) ——————. ST. MARK'S HOTEL. The undrsigned beg leave to inform their friends and the public that they have opened the above named Hotel, sitvatedon St, Mark's street, between Kearny and Ilupont and Post and ...

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

; GEO. B. HITCHCOCK & CO., Offer for Sale ■ '■ , ' >. .. ~'liY A. ' Whitman's Drawing Paper, ArnolSt Copying Ink and Fluid, English twines, C'nmherlain'o Ribband hand Press. a complete assortnent of Stationary AND ACCOUNT BOOKS, Counting House, Bank and Insurance Stationers. Nos. 413 & 415 Sansome street, corner Commercial. seB-m. Furnished Rooms. Furuished rooms suitable for gentlemen, can be had on reasodnble terms, at No 13 Scott street, between Pacific and Broadway, and Maton and Powell, The location is desirable and pleasant. Famished 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 tho 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 stor...

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

Rheumatism, Piles, Chills AND FEVERS, SORE EYES, SORE THROATS. Also, Secret Diseases of all kinds, cured. Call and see me at the Custom-House Livery Stable NO. 318 BROADWAY, Between Sansome and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. 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 K L E S, NO MATTER OF HOW LONG STANDI * G PROFESSOR JAMES BROWN. QUINCY HALL CLOTHING EMPORIUM, No 945, 547, 549 Washington street, MONTGOMERY BLOCK, SAN FRANCISCO. The largest and cheapest Establishment on the Pacific Coast. Gentm' Clothing Made to OrcerSam'l Ambrose & Co,, BUTCHERS. Stall Mo. 82, WASHINGTON MARKET, SAN FRANCISCO. Steamboats, shipping, and families supplied 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 IMPROVEMENT—JUST RECEIVED. ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR FINE WORK. Also, Brading, Hemming, etc. The a...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

CHARTER PERPETUAL. This Leading American Company DEVOTED TO FIRST-CLASS INDEMNITY To tlic Insuring Public, at rates as low as SOLVENCY AND A MODERATE JYEW ENGLAND PROFrT WILL ADMIT OF. olicieiT issued DIRECT, by J. D. HAWKS & Co., City Agents, No. 424 California Street, Corner ofLcidsdorf. Tho best is alwayu tlio cheapest! Home Mutual lusurauce COMPANY. INCORPORATED SEPTEMBER, 1864. Office No. 410 California street. Capital Stock, <1,000,000. Paid in Capital $350,00 0. THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE AGAINST Loss or Damage by Fire upon terms as favorable as similar institutions. Also Marine Risks at the usual rates. ALL LOSSES IMMEDIATELY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID. Oeo. S. Mann, President. Win. H. Steven*. Btontarr. H. O. LEE, Vice President. A. R. Gunnison, Surveyor. Ward's Shirts New Styles IN NECKiTIE S AND SCARFS. HANDKERCHIEFS, PAPER COLLARS, SBIRTS, UNDER SBIRTS DRAWERS, WARD'S SHIRT STOKEfc MONTGOMERY ST„ ANI OOR MARKER&THIRD, thkold GEORGIA RESTA...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 24 August 1867

CARSTEN HENCKEN, r, SUCCESSOR TO Jo h n R. B laks. 3 Union Club, 734 Pacific street. This fa j vorite house is still open for the reception of thosa from the interior as well as those of the city. A fine billiard table, good bar, etc. 3-m. NATHANIEL GRAY, 741 Sacramento Street, Corner of Webb, San Francisco. Iron and Wood Grave Enclosures and Marble Tombstones furnished to order. CITY AND COUNTY SEXTON. Sole Agent for Barstow's Patent Metallia Burial Cases and Caskets. SHERIFF BROTHERS, Photographic Gallery, [Over Hinckley's Drug Store.] CORNER OFCLAYand KEARNY Sta., Entrance, 050 Clay St., SAN FRANCISCO. Gartes de Visites, Photographs and Ambrotypes executed in a superior manner. Small pictures copied and enlarged to any size, and neatly finished in India ink, water colors, or in oil. Ring and locket pictures neatly set. All work warranted to give satisfaction. Widows' and Orphans' Benefit LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW O R K . Hon. Lucius Robinson President. All the Surplus divide...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

THE PACIFIC APPEAL. • V !fI !• ' ' J I'" "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH WILL RISE AGAIN." VOL. VI. .-NO. 10. SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY. AUGUST 31, 1867. WHOLE NO. 270.

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AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

AGENTS. The Rev. T. M. D. Ward, Tiaveling Agent. Rev. J. H. Hubbard and Dr Porter, SacRev. E Tsppen, Stockton. Ifertin Carson, Stockton. leaao Sanka, Grate Valley. Ed. Duplex, Marysvllle. George Miller, Petaluma. Win. W.Rieb, Oakland. Denle Carter, Nevada. Isaac Gibbe, Port Wine, Sierra. S. P. Clinton, Benlcla. J. 8. Hfctton, Napa City. Rnfua 11. Burgise, Colotna. William Holmei, Oroville. Richmond Stott, Red Bluff. Isaac Flood, Ban Antonio. larael H Gilley Conlterville. Peter W. Caasy, San Joee. Chas. G. Hawkins, Sutter Creek. L. A. Monroe, Mariposa. G. R. Millen, Weaver, Trinity Go. Charles J. Graham, Portland. Oregon. Richard W. Freeman, Dnlles.Oregon. Samuel E. Cnney, Idaho City. Albert G. Chilis, Alleghany town. G. JMkson, Auburn. T. M.De Sonea, Walla Walla, W. T. Thomas B. Potter, Austin, N. T. J. Rodine Robinson, Fort Bridger, near SaH Lake City, U. T. T. P. Freeman, Victoria, V. I. Thomas Forrester, New Westminster, B. C. E. J. Johnson, William'a Creek, B. C. J. White, Panam...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

At Petaluma, August 24th, Geo. C. Gorham said in his speech :—lt has been falsely stated that I said in San Francisco, at Piatt's Hall, that no man was a good citizen unless he was born on American soil. 1 wish to say that that at no time in my life have I ever entertained, much less given utterance to such an atrocious sentiment. In 1855, when a partv was organized to proscribe haturaiized citizens, I stood side by Bide, from the first to the last, with those of foreign birth, in opposition to the Know Nothing party. I brand the malicious statement as false, and charge upon those who have made it that they knew it to be false when they put it before the public. The Democratic party are attempting to compass Mr. Gorham's defeat just as they sought to defeat President Lincoln, with the basest and most extravagant falsehoods. They have systematized their manner of lying, and sown broadcast such stories as that "Gorham favors Chinese suffrage "Gorham is the chapion of coolie labor," et...

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ON THE RIVER BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

ON THE RIVER BEACH. Marcia Taevor walked op and down the sands. It was sunny, drowsy, spring afternoon, and Mar cia tired of being kept in the house for two days by a driving rain, had gone to the river side for consolation, where she slowly paced to and fro, carelessly watching the white clouds in the sky, the white sloops on the river fixedly gazing at yet hardly seeing them. Once she looked op at bank above; she saw an old red farm-house, with a long, low porch extending along the front, ana two stiff poplars, so prim that they always seemed to have just emerged from a band box, Btood on either side of the narrow, sunken stone walk that ran down to the river. She turned away with a determined look, she would not go back yet. There was a small boat drawn up on the beach, and Marcia, weared with her promenade, sat down in it and fell to dreaming ; but build har aircastles skifully as she would, one edice blotted them all outran old red farm house with poplars in front. " That will ...

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THE PACIFIC APPpALj BAS KBAN CI SCO. , 8A TURD AY, &{ 18 6s'. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1867. Official organ of the People of Color in the State of California, and of the American Colored People on the Paci6c Coast. every agent o( the Appeal to tend in what ii due the paper.

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Democratic Stereotyped Argament. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

Democratic Stereotyped Argament. The great questions which agitate the public mind at present, or in this canvass, is whether the people of this State will, Or will not endorse the reconstruction measures of Congress. The Union party goes before the people committed to endorse those measures. The Democratic party goes before the people to oppose them. The Union platform and speakers gives reasons tho most plausable, reasons which are irrefutable, and set forth ft platform which is invincible upon the important issues of the day. All their arguments from the forum and tho press, are sound and logical, sotting forth truthful premises, which arrive to just and fair conclusions, and are on the side of justice, truth, liberty and progression. Wbilo on the other hand, the Democratic tirades, from the forum and their presses, set forth the most miserable fallicies on those important iasuos, and entirely evades Nhe rea! iaWoa wnich are so appttmt. i>emocrfcti#£peakers, instead of...

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ill a r r i a gt» [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

Marriages. On the 18th of July, Mr. Joseph Barrett, of Dover, Del., to Miss Rachel Reddin, of Chester City, Pa., by Rev. Wm. Murphy.

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0 t a t I) 0 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

0 t a t I) 0 Departed this life on the 20th of June, 1867, in the triumphs of faith, Sister Lydia Lane, in the 95th year of her age, at BrookKb. Ills., mother of the well-known Sister Priscilla of Baltimore. Philadelphia, July 17th, 1867, in the hope of a blissful immortality, Wm. Reeves aged 16 years.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

JttbULAR UNION NOMINATIONS. State Ticket. > ' |F«r•tfunwS ' 1 • OKORGB C. UoBHAM, of Bu Fwmiio.. 1 ■ i. i.ir (toT.mor, M. >. JONBS .....of Trinity '> 7otB4kW»4fyi>fBttH WILLIAM B. PARKS .♦fSulUr ■ii.a., ■ '(•MrOMMMhW JOSIaB DOWILL.. ol SMnmMit* '' - ' For Supremo Judge, 1 ' - JOHN CURRY. of Su Franoiico • / Fo* MUM* General- • ' # JQHN 0. M«CULI.QUaH, m—Maripoea For Surveyor General CHARLES F RERfc ....of Tolo ' ' - ' 'Ift K<7/ j • .!•_ ! 1 For TreMirer, BOMUALDO PA OH ECO, of Sao Louis Obispo f For Harbor Commissioner, CHARLFS CLAYTON of S.n Fr.nciico 1 For Clerk of tho Supreme Court, •">- • ■ E. G. WAITS „.of Netkda; For State Printer,, .j j D. 0. McCarthy i«....,...0f 3an Francisco For Svperif Undent of Pnhlie In atxttotion, • JOHN 5WETT....*...... ...of oan FraneMce | For Congra*^ let District .....T. tf. Phelps 3d District >W«i. E IHfby 3d District ......Chancellor Hartson Union Legislative Ticket. For...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

BRANNAN GUARDS. HOTIOI—i grand Ball wM ft. gtoa at Platte Hall »a Tu.»4»j iniin,, September Mtb, la hMK>» at Mr. LHootn'i Emancipation Proclamation IS.pt. 2td, tMI. NOTICETbs Brssnan Ou.rdvtll oalcbrat. that .vent, u a an. Diversary, by glvlsg a grand hatl'ittb.'abpT. named ball. ADVERTISEMENT. WONDERS WILL NEVER CEASE. Mb. Editor Perusing over the columns of that dirty two-cent fcheet, anonymously called tb? Elevator, ot the 16th of August, I find we have a very fine would-be critic; but unfortunately was spoiled in the make. I rid not a fault-findenr at a general thing, but I must certainly find some fault this time. I perceived that he bitterly opposed church exhibition*, unless they are given for. the benefit of the Elevator. He opposaa church auppen, except he is door-keeper, and is permitted to have the supervision of ail. moneys taken in. Certainty, he would give a correct report. I think before he undertakes to attack the church, and find ftuli' with what is carri...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

Universal Life Insurance COMPANY, OF NEW TORK. Capital 12,000,000 SPECIAL feature: Premiums Lower than those Charged r y any othor Company in the World! RETURN PREMIUM TABLE. By this table, all premiums paid to . .the Company are paid back to the Jieirs, together with the amount of insnrance, at the death of the insured. Foil Example. —Should a person aged 30, insure his life in the "Universal" for $1,000, and pay f)43 10 per annum on the 10 payment plan and dies after having paid five annaal payments, or $216 50, his policy *Ui be good for 11,215 50. ALL POLICIES NON FORFEITABLE. '» '-a- ! iifJ 'V | -,r' .j ~ { j v/iV.' I All kinds of Policies issued IN GOLD OR CURRENCY. Deferred Annuities Orated, etc. For further information, apply to JOHN 8. SCOTT,. General Ageat for the Pacific Coast. BQ4 Montgomery St., near Pine. Cosmoplitan Coal and Wood Yard. 6£o. W. DENNIS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN WOOD GOAL AND COKE, 340 BROAD "WAY. Between Montgomery and Sansome St., San Francisco. ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

Su R E C URE lt)R RI|EUMATISM, GOUT, PILES. 4 JL CHILLS AND FEVER! Brown's Celebrated Indian Medicine, Cheronses, for the cure of the above afflictions. CERTAIN C¥R* WARRANTED! The following Certificate it by a well known gentleman of this citv : ATtIA 3ULI3Ai SAT San Francisco, February 19 186?. To all whom Hnay eonceril; This is to certify that 1, AndrcJW McDermott, having suffered for years with the Rbeiimatism - and float, attd being ,bad|f treated with mercury, mercurial ulcers came ■op W leg* and feet, which resisted all the remedies,of the best medical advice.ofihi*city, unfitting mo for active duties of any sort. •! was discouraged at thft prospect of ever cur« 3, when, through suggestion of a friend, I reluctantly concluded to BROWN'S celebiated Medicine, CHEROULES. . I have taken it lor two months, with surprising effect, and how the eruption had disappeared, and the uloenatft healed. No medi-bat-his seemed ever to reach ray case at all. Too mueh cannot ha snid in its favo...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

NORTH AMERICA Life liisiiianceco. THEMOST Rspon sable Company INTH EWORLD. By an Act Of th« last Legislature of New York, tfce Policies of this Company Eiolvsively will be gjiaraqteed by the State—bear the seal of the State, and be countersigned by the Insurance Cammissioned. THE MOST LIBERAL COMPANY IN THE WORLD. no Restriction c cupation. Policy holders are allowed to reside anywhere pa the globe, except between the tropics, without Wtra charge. Policy-holders allowed to travel anywhere on thegloUe withoni extra charge. POLICIES, Indisputable from any Cause, FROM DATE OP ISSUE. No. 302, Montgomery street, corner of Pine, J. A. Eaton & co., MANAGERS of.tho PACIFIC BRANCH. SAMUEL PILLSBURY, Local Agent. H. H Kussel, i Quo. W. Morgan, > Agents. N. J. Street. ) ST. MARK'S HOTEL. The undrsigned beg leave to inform their friends and the public that they ha.e opened the above named Hotel, sitvated on St, Mark's street, between Kearny and Dupont and Post and Gary st...

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