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

GEO. B. HITCHCOCK & CO,, Offer for Sale ■:i n n . • ft! «I ( U: It. ... jll'l •' i " : l" Whitmanft Drawing Paper, Arnold's C«py."S ' HU r t\-I / xng Me and Fluid, English Twines, ,\:J :i 'a i: u .... -i U 'I CknmS/tliain'i Ribband hrthd .. . -~'i J 4 • a complete assortnent of Stationary AND tfUlToil i , m r iUli- .. I : : ACCOUNT BOOKS. , tsa. Counting Houie, Bank and Insurance Stationers. Noa. 413 & 415 Sansome street, corner Commercial. scB-m. Furnished Rooms. Furnished rooms suitable for gentlemen, can be had on roasodable terms, at No 18 Scott street, between PaoiQcaod Broadway, and Mpaon and Powell, Tbe location is desirable and pleasqnh Furnished Rooms, with or without Board Mrs. Christiana Hall hag taken the largo 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 Hai...

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

? * 1 "1 ' ■ '.J !' ;L 4 Rheumatism, Piles, Chills AND FEVERS, SORE EYES, SORE THROATS. Also, Sccrtt'Dfsea® of ttlf kfrtd*,' Cured. Call and see me at the Custom -House Livery Stable NO. 318 BROADWAY, Between Sansome and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. TO WjttOtf fr Mif (TO'tftffcftNt! I PROMISE TO CURE THE Gout in the Feet ind Ankles. ALL OLD SORES, GENERALLY LOCATED IN THE :>! .t >l'i I'* ,T ; . • ■ FEET and AN KLES, MO NATTER OF HOW LONG STANDI * G PROFESSOR JAMES BROWN. QUINCY HALL CIibTHING EMPOiiITJM, No 545, 547, 549 Washington street, MONTGOMERY BLOCK, SAN FRANCISCO. The largest and cheapest Establishment on the Pajjffc, Coast. Gents' Clothing Made to Orcer.QJO D HI <11A 'I 618 8 •) Sam'l Ambrose & Co., BUTCHERS. -QtaUNo. 82, WASHINGTON MARKET, SAN FRANCISCO. Steamboats, shipping, and families supplied with all kinds of fresh and cured meats. Corned Beef bytlie barrel. : 1., ,:iO . . . I., r ; ■' ( . , • 1 All articles delivere...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

CHARTER PERPETUAL. tjtfi A3 ii 1 n-fc Ataf tie»f jC«npiufy, DEYOTBD TO tTBST-CtAS9 IWDBIIKITY To the Insuring Public, at rates as low as NEW ENGLAND PROFrT WILL ADMIT OF. OIICIfFISStTEU DIRECT, J. D. HAWKS & Co., City Agents, No. 434 California Street, Corner ofLeidsdorf. The best is always the cheapest 1 Home Mutual Insurance .COMPANY. IN CORPORATE!)- -SEPTEMBER, 1884. Office No. 410 California Street. Capital Stoek, t1,000,000. Paid in Cap'ital $350,00 0. THIS COMPANY WILL INSURE AOAiltfST Loss or Damage by fire upon terms as fa,vorablf» as limilon ijistUatJons. AUa Marine Risks at the usual rates. ALL LOSSES IMMEDIATELY ADJUSTEDAND^PROMPTGeo. S. Matin, President. Win. H. Stevens, Secretary. H. C. LEE, Vioft President. . A. R. Gunnison, Surveyor. - .AE'JI. l . Ward's Shirts New Styles r ; r>, .• ■' ' IN "i» •( ,i>. ,Tidi in it NfiOK.TIES AND SCARPS. •■■■■< HANDKERCHIEFS, PAPER COLLARS, DRAWERS, WARD'S SHIRT STORED MONTGOMERY ST„ ANI OOR...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

CARSTEN HENCKEN, SUCCESSOR TO John R. Blak), Uuion Club, 734 Pacific street. Tliis vorite house is still open for the reception of thoso from the interior as well as thpse of the city. A line billiard table, good bar, et*;. 3-m. NATHANIEL QRA f, 741 Sacramento Street, Corner of Webb, San Francisco. Iron and Wood Grave Enclosures and Marble Tombstones furnished to order. CITY AND COUNTY SEXTON. Sole A#ent for Borstal's Patent Metallic Burial Cases and Caskets. SHERIFF BROTHERS, Photographic Gallery, [Over Hinckley's Drug Store.] CORNER OF CLAY and KEARNY Ste., Entrance, 059 Clay St., SAN FRANCISGO. Gar tea deViaites, | Photographs and Ambrotypes executed in k superior manner. Small pictures copied and enlarged to any size, and neatly finished tta 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, OP NEW t 081. Hon. Lucius Robinson President. All the Surplus divided amon...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

Aoliv« Branch Lodge, No. 6, F. bnd A. M. meet every Tuesday evening, at their new Hall, No. 641 Broadway. Monthly mfietin "'St Tuesday in each month. Nelson Coo*, Secretary. Victoria Lodge, No. 3, F. and A. Y. M., meet ' ' H/fj Monday evening aa above. Monthly meet- .. ag, Cret Monday in each month. S. Howard, Secretary. The Ladies' Union Beneficial Society meeta on (he Mo nday of every month In the veetry room of the A. M. E. Church Powell street Mrs. C. Dupce, President The Pacific Accumulating and Beneficial Society meets on the — Monday of every month. No permanenv place of meeting. Mrs. Aaron Phillips, President. There are also several organised sewing circles sing Schools, etc., meet weekly, Wethington Lodge No. 8, F. and A. M., meeting every Wednesday evening, as above. Stated ■testings, every first and third Wednesday* J. E. BaowN, Secretary. The aVove lodges in this city are working under the jurisdiction of the Mist Worshipful United Grand Lodge of the State of New York, f...

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

Incorporate d 1819.1 The Champion Underwriter. VETERAN OF 16,000 FIRES Having located an Agency is this city, is prepared to furnish Reliable Indemnity Against Fire at the LATEST solvent rates. Policies Issoed Without D e 1 a y , by J. D. HAWKS & CO, San Francisco. 427 California Street, Corner of Lei dead or f. Hartford Indemnity Passes Current in every State in the Union. THE NATIONAL FREEDMAN, Y .: i - i ;i t, i' • : j A MONTHLY JOURNAL Of THE NEW YORK NATIONAL FREEDMEN'S . .... Relief Associaiion. The National Freedraan is published monthly, at No. 76 John Street, New , York, as the organ of th« New York National Freedman's Relief Association. All communications for the NATIONAL FREEDMAN should be sddressed to the Editor as aboae, and must be accompanied by the full address of the writer. THE AMERICAN FREEDMAN the organ of the Am. F. and U. Commission, will be bound up with our Journal, and sent regularly to our rabaoriben. Terms, per Annum - t2 00 Si noli Cones • , ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

NATIONAI. ' . Hi J 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. Marine Officer. Capt. Amos Noyes. Surveyor E. N. Torrey. Policies Issued and LOSSES PAID IN GOLD. BK —7 . MARINE INSURANCE 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 RATES. MARINE AGENTS: At New York..Messrs. Eugene Kelley A Co. At Honolulu Messrs. Brewer & Co. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE : JOSEPH DONOIIOE, Chairmam. John G. Gray, Albert Dibble H. 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 — 31 August 1867

DIRECTORS. Albor ßrittnll i 9 CP Fargo, Abne t Dibble, H W Halleck, r Baker, Henry L King, James Deering, Henry L Davis, Henry 8 Dexter, Chvln Clayton, N Van Bergen, T E Baugh, Georee F Bragg, Michael Reese, Jos A Donohoe, SC Heelings, George W Gibbe, Oeoim W Dam, R G Sneath, A. Eastman, Henry Barroilhct, Wm G Badger, Abram Block, Benj Hobart, J G Johnson, James W Cox, J T Dean, Levi Strauss, Daniel Meyer, H L Dodge Charles Lur, E V Hathaway, Hiram Tubba, Walter N Hawley, Jaa P Goodwin, N 0 Fassett, Lloyd Tevis, Isaac E Davis, P Maury, Jr. A Hay ward, Aiex Forbes, E L Goldstein W W Montague, Samuel Crim, Joe B Thottias, Daniel Murphy, Nicholaa Larco, Wm. H Sharp, Morris Speyer, Theo Le Roy, William Pieroe, John Center, John G Bray, O L Taylor, E H Wincheater, George C Hicox, J S Hutchinson, Thomas Breeie, 0 F Griffin, O 0 Knox, Chas M Plum, S P McMahon, W C Talbot, Jas P Pierce, M P Jones, J 0 Wilmerding, AiJ Bryant, WW Wiggins, S Heydenfeldt, Anthony Ohabot, James Phelan, J B Rober...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 31 August 1867

SPECIAL! 11l A Good Teacher.—W« call the attention of our readers to the infant school recently established on Scotland street, between Filbert and Greenwich. Mist Charlotte Brewn is well vualiged to teach tha young ideas how to shoot. Hie terms are very reasonable. Parents will do well in sending thei. children to her. We hope soon to see the commodious room* filled with the flowers of our youth. Tui Emancipation Oration, by Dr. E. R. Johnson, and The Poem, by Mr' J. M. Whitfield, both delivered at Piatt's 11*11 on January Ist, 1867, are for sale at the Pacific Appeal once, No. 19 Merchant street. Pjice fifty cents. The Emancipation Oration, by Dr. E. K. Johnson, and the Poem by Mr. J. M. Whitfield, both delivered at Piatt's Music Hall on January Ist, 1867, have been published in pnmpblet form by the authors, and are for sale nl the jeriodical stores of J. W. Sullivan, W. E. Loomis, J. Stratmnn, and at the Paci6c Appeal office, No. 70 Merchant street. Price 50 cents per copy; when ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 7 September 1867

THE PACIFIC APPEAL. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO 33 A R TII WILL RISE AGAIN." WHOLE NO. 271. SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 1867. VOL. YI- -NO.ll.

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[AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 7 September 1867

[AGENTS. The Rev. T. 11. D. Ward, Tiaveling Agent. Rev. J. U. Hubbard and l)r : Porter, Saoramento. Rev. E Tappan, Stockton. Martin Carson. Stockton. Isaac Sanks, Grass Valley. Ed. Duplex, Marysville. George Miller, retaluma. Wm. W.Rich, Oakland. Denis Carter, NevaJa. Isaac Gibbs, Port Wine, Sierra. S. P. Clinton, Benicia. J. 8. Hat ton. Napa City. Rufus M. Burgias, Coloma. William Holmes, Oroville. Richmond Scott, Red Bluff. Isaac Flood, San Antonio. Israel H Gilley Coulterville. Peter W. Cas»y, San Jose. Chas. G. Hawkins. Sutter Creek. L. A. Monroe, Mariposa. G. R. Millen, Weaver, Trinity Co. Charles J. Graham, Portland. Oregon. Richard W. Freeman, Dalles, Oregon. Samnel E. Cuney, Idaho City. Albert G. Callis. Alleghany town. G. Jackson, Auburn. T. M. De Souea, Walla Walla, W. T. Thomas B. Potter, Austin, N. T. J. Rodine Robinson, Fort Dridger, near Salt Lake City, U T. T. P. Freeman, Victoria, V. I. Thomas Forrester, New Westminster, B. C. K J. Johnson, William's Crtek, B. C. J. ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 7 September 1867

About three months ago, a young woman of ladylike and prepossessing appcarancc called upon the Chief of Police and requested information as to the whereabouts of a medical man whose name she gave. Her manner being somewhat strange the Chief asked her her purpose, and she then related the following story: She said that she had been sent out some years ago from tho old country, to some relatives living in one of the Northern British Colonies. By them she was placcd at school in Portland, Oregon, and had there remained a considerable time. Finally she was taken ill, and a doctor was callcd in. He, she said, took advantage of his position to administer a drug to her, and, while she was under its influence, had seduced her. In the course of time she found that she was likely o becomc a mother, and informed the doctor of tho fact. Shortly after this he left Portland to come to this city, on the pretext of business, telling her that he would shortly return. Having overstayed the time he ha...

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THE UNBOLTED DOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 7 September 1867

THE UNBOLTED DOOR. An aged widow «at a!on* Beside her narrow hearth, Her silent cottage never heard Tbe ringing laugh of uirth. Six children once had sported there, but now the churchyard snow Fell eoftlj on five little graves that were not long ago. She moirned them all with patient love, But since her eyes had sbed Far bitterer tears than those which dewed Tbe laces of the dead. The child which had been spared to her, her darling and her pride, The woeful mother lived to wish that she had also died. Those Hi tie ones beneath the anow, Not feet, but gone before; Faith taaght ber all was well with them, And than the pang was o'er;* But when she thought where Katie was, she saw tbe city's glare, | The paintad mask af bitter joy which Need gives Sin to wear. Without the snow was thiek and white,' No step bad fallen there; Within she sat beside her fire, Each thought a silent prayer, When suddenly, behind her seat, unwonted noise she beard, As though a hesitating hand the rustic latch ...

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The Chicken'* Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 7 September 1867

The Chicken'* Mistake. A little dowdy chicken one day Asked leave to go on the water, Where she saw a duck with her brood at plav* Swimming and splashing about her. Indeed, she began to peep and cry, When her mother would not let her; " If the duoks can swim there, why ean't I: Are they any bigger or setter?" Then tbe old hen answered, "listen to me, And hash your foollish talking; Just look at your feat and you will see They war* only made for walking." But chicky wistfully eyed the brook, And didn't half believe tier, For she teemed to say by a knowing look, bueh stories eouldn't deceive her. And as ber mother was scratching the ground, Bhe mattered lower and lower, 44 1 know I can go there and not be drowned, And so I think I'll show her." Than she made a plunge where the stream was deep, Aad saw too late his blunderj Foi she hadn't hardly time to peep Till her foolish head went under. And now I hope her fata will show The child my story reading, That thoee who are older sometime...

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TIT FOR TAT. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 7 September 1867

TIT FOR TAT. "Was there ever such a jealous fellow, always contriving some new test to subject my affections too ?" said Julia Harvey to her sister, Mrs. Fanny Markham, as she handed her a letter. It was from Julia's lover, Captain Paul Wilcox, an officer in an infantry regiment, who wrote to prepare her to receive him. He told her that she would find him much thanged, for he had been wounded in the leg and lost his left arm ; that he should not hold her to her engagement, though he loved her as dearly as ever. Now, it happened that Julia bad a correspondent in the army from whom she had discovered that the captain had received no injuries, and that his story was concocted purely as an additional test of the devotednesß of the fair one. "We'll pay him off for this trick, Julia," said Mrs. Markham. "Come with me and I'll instruct you how to give him change in his o#n coin." Suortly after tho ladieß had retired, Captain Wilcox, pluming himself on his stratagem, was alone in the drawin...

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THE MUSICIAN'S MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 7 September 1867

THE MUSICIAN'S MARRIAGE. After having passed the summer in visiting the principal towns of Germany, the celebrated pianist, Listz, arrived at Prague in October, 1846. The next day after he came, his apartment was entered by a stranger an old man, whose appearence indicted misery and suffering.—The great musician received him with a cordiality which he would not perhaps, have shown to a nobleman. Encouraged by his kindness his visitor said : " I come to you, sir, as a brother. Excuse me if I take this title ; notwithstanding the distance that divides us ; but formerly I could boast some skill in playing on the piano, and by giving instructions I gained a comfortable livelihood. Now I am old, feeble, burdened with a large family and destitute of pupils. 1 live at Nuremberg, but I came to Praguo to seek to recover the remnant of a small property which belonged to my ancestors. Although nominally successful, the expense of a long litigation has more than swallowed up the trifling sum I ...

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THE PACIFIC APPEAL. BAN FBANCIiCO. SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 18 67 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 7 September 1867

THE PACIFIC APPEAL. BAN FBANCIiCO. SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 18 67 Official organ of the People of Color in the State of California, and of the American Colored People on the Paci6c Coast. To Our Agents—We request every agent of the Appeal to send in what i# due the paper.

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The Election. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 7 September 1867

The Election. The State election came off on the 4th inst. The Democracy has triumphed. For the result, all loyalists should regret. No State in the Union has made louder professions for steadfastness to the principles which Congress has inaugurated, than California. This State has been looked upon in tho East as the most reliable to follow the Federal Government through weal and through woe. But, alas I her honor is tarnished by being betrayed into the hands of the party who have opposed the prosecution of tho recent war, the Vallandigham peace party. What a pitiful contrast to her position now, as when the whole State was draped in mourning for tho assassination of President Lincoln. To have told some of her Peter-like disciples then, when they made tho air resounded with frccdom-loving songs—such as "Down with the traitors," Rally around the Flag boys," etc., that before the cock crowed 'thrice they would betray their country's best interests to its enemies, they would have becom...

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iHarriagt*. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 7 September 1867

iHarriagt*. Married in this city 29th, P. J. Yickers, to Mrs. Randolph.

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