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A Tripple Murder- Vengeance of a Depraved Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

A Tripple Murder- Vengeance of a Depraved Woman. An event lias just transpired in Memphis which has caused an excitement unparalleled. The chief actor in this seemiug unreal drama, which has in it a touch of the barbaric age, says a loyal paper, was a young man named Robert Fergn eon, a late graduate of the Medical University of Philiadelphia, and he bore a reputation for mildness and gtod behavior, and who was fast becoming rccognized among his profession as a youth of great promise. The talc, which seems unreal, is briefly as follows : After Ferguson's return from Philadelphia, where he had prosecuted his studies in mcdicinc with great diligence, and graduated with first honors, lie becamo connected in business with one of our popular physicians, and was, to all appearances, advancing along the road to professional renown with rapid strides- P>ut it seemed that good fortuue did not benefit him. He be came reckless, and finally it was rumored among his many friends that ...

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THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

THE ELECTION. The following it the vote of the Stato, so far as heard from, for the candidates for Governor, only. These returns are from 41 counties out of the 50 into which the State is divided: Counties. Raight. Gorham. Fay. Alameda ..1,190 1,344 .... Alpine 55 .... Amador 1,352 1075 .... Butte 247 Calaveras 148 Colusa 300 Contra Costa 600 712 20 Del Norte 88 El Dorado 200 ■. Fresno...... 300 0 .... Kern 200 Los Angeles., 350 Mariposa..,.. 790 68# Mendocino 300 Merced .. i 200 Monterey 544 411 Nap* 750 685 Nevada 2005 1937 .... Placer 1528 168 C Plumas 100 .... Sacramento 2131 1877 .... I San Bernardino .... 250 .... .... San Francisco. ... 10,571 0303 ICS San Mateo 200 315 ( Santa Barbara 130 Santa Clara 1860 1069 Santa Cruz 150 868 San Louis Ohispo 05 San Jonquil! 1593 1008 Sierra OyO . .. Siskiyou 250 Solauo 112 Sonoma 2543 1571 .... Stanislaus J... 250 Salter 648 543 23 Tebama 47 Tulare 250 Tuolumne 1350 1068 ■ .... Yulo 785 555 99 Yuba 992 932 45 Total 35,921 26,455 1101 Hei...

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Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

Canada. Population and Area of the Dominion.—The Provinde of Ontario, flays tho Hamilton, C. W., Spectator, hos an area of 121,260 square miles, with a population of, in round numbers, nearly I,Blo'ooo. It contains Ottawa, tho capital city of tho few Dominion, aud the more important cities, 00 far as size and wealth and concerned, of Toronto, Hamilton, Kingston and London. The Province of Quebcc has an area of 219. 000 square miles and a population of about 1,300,000- The population of Montreal, the largest city of the Province as well as of the Dominions is estimated at 130,000. New Brunswick contains within its boundary lines 27,000 square miles, and 205, 000 persons. Nova Scotia has 18, 600 square miles, and population of something over 368,000. Tho area of the Dominion of Canada amounting in round numbers to 376,000 square miles, the total population being variously estimated at from 3,700,000 to 3,800,000 it probably being in reality about three and three Suarter millions of so...

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THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 18 G7. Official organ of tha People of Color in the State of California, and of the American Colored People on the Paci6c Coast. To Our Aobnts—We request every agent of the Appeal to tend in what is due the paper.

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THE INTERPRETATION OF THE RECENT VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

THE INTERPRETATION OF THE RECENT VOTE. Among all the newspaper comments in tliis State oa tlio result of tho State election, none have come square out and stated the real facts in the case. Some have attributed the Waterloo defeat to a division or diaffcction in tho Union party, in consoqnence of two or three "objcctionablo" candidates said to have been on tho ticket— others have stated that it was a fear of malting the Chinese citizens and giving them tho bollot. Of this latter "scare" or excuse the masses of the people knew that such a thing was impossible. All are aware that tho real issue in the nation at present is hinged upon the reconstruction measures of Conercss, whoso policy is to induce all the loyal States to adopt Negro Suffrage, and not Chinese citizenship or Chincso citizenship or Chincso suffrage. The Union party went squarely into tho political fight, in this State, to sustain Congress, the Democratic party went as squarely into the politi cal fight to opposo the re...

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For the I'aci.lir Appca . Communications. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

For the I'aci.lir Appca . Communications. Mu. Editor :—Tliroutch tho columns of your journal, I take great pleasuro in informing the members and friends of the African A. M. E. Zion Connection on this coast, that I have received a very interesting letter from tho Right Rev, J, J. Clinton one of our Superintendents, who has, since the war closed, established cijrht Annual Conference Districts, and taken in, on his Diocese over 50,000 Freedmen in the South j into the church. Tho Lord willing, the Right Rev. will pay San Francisco a visit j on the first of January next, ensuing, to organize a Conference 011 tnis coast, which he states in ins letter. Wo pray God that J Blessings may attend him and land him safe in our midst. j. j. Moore. I Decrease of Southern Population.— ' The authorities of Mississippi provided for! taking the census 0; that State last year. Tho figures are suggestive. The total popu- j lation in 18(>(j was as follows :—whites 343.-' 460 ; blacks 881,258. ...

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[From <h« Zion Standard.] UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

[From &amp;lt;h« Zion Standard.] UNION. Mr. Editor : —You hare frequently published in your columns articles bearing upon the subject of union among Mnons. I am, as you well know, a strong advocate of a Union, and I firmly believe that it would have been consummated long Bince had our brethren a ji~ pointed upon the Committee been unbiased ; hud the Grand Lodges been true to the ancient Landmarks, disunion would not exist and the same fpiiit that divided us, has ever remained in the hearts of some, who have talked Union; but if •they ever prayed," it was, that no union should be effected. We have pleged ourselves upon the strength of our obligation to contend for Union, and wo are bound to urge the mutter until we can find enough who valus their obligations more than position, to come boldly forward and take such steps ns will forever wipo out the distinctions and differences that now exist among the Craft. Let us then meet in a Convention of M. M's., without regard to party, po...

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ill a r r i a 9 c « . [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

ill a r r i a 9 c « . In Syracuse, N. Y., July 31st, at tho residence of her ancle, Joseph Chamberlain, Miss Harriot Satchell, aged 24 years, 2 months and 10 days. In New York City, July 22d, 1807, Leon Tyler, infant son of John and Maria Adkins aged 9 months and 7 days. InNew York City, July 10th, 1867, ofconsumption, Mary Louisa Cox, wife of Isaac and only daughter of Louis and Mary Ann Stone, aged 27 years. InNew York City, July 10th, Jacob M. the only son of Jacob and Amanda Furman, of inflammation of the lungs, aged 11 months and 2 days.

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D t a t I) 0 . [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

D t a t I) 0 . In the city of Tuskegee, Ala., by Rov. John M. Butler, Mr. Henry Johnson, to Miss Mary Graham.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

w. b. hall. i. k. nr.iK*. HALL &amp;amp; BROWN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in POULTRY AND GAME No. 79 Old Washington Market, Entrance on Sansome and Merchant Streets, San Fkarcisco. PERSONS getting up Suppers and Public Dinwill be attended to at reasonable rates, and at the ' shortest notice. N. 13.—Don't forget the place. Entrance in the Market on Sansome, between Washington and Merchant Streets. naiiiamkl nuAr. a. u. urav. N . GRAY &amp;amp; CO. Undertakers, Wholesitlea n J U e t a i I , 1 041 Sacramento Street, corner of Welib, San Francisco. Sole Agents for Dure tow's Metallic Burial Cases and Caskets. Wanted.—A good steady man to do light work in Oakland. Enquire of C. F. Sloan, opposite the railroad dept, in Oakland. To such a person steady employment will be given in a most desirable place. | 11 KANIVA \ «T A K tTS7 I NOTICE.—a grand 12*11 will bo given at I'latti Hall on J Tuesday evening, September 24tb, in honor of Mr. Lin : coin's Emancipation Proclamation (Sept....

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

Universal Life Insurance COMPANY, OF NEW YORK. Capital #2,000,000 SPECIAL featurk: Premiums Lower than those Charged by any other Company ia the World! RETURN PREMIUM TABLE. By this table, all premiums paid to the Company are paid back to tho heirs, together with the amount of insurance, at the death of tho insured. For Example.—Should a person aged 30, insure his life in the "Universal" for 81 000, and pay $43 10 per annum on the 10 payment plan and die after having paid live annual payments, or $215 50, his policy will bo good for $1,215 50. ALL POLICIES NON FORFEITABLE. All kinds of Policies issued INGOLDORCURRENCY. Deferred Annuities Crated, etc. For further information, apply to JODN S. SCOTT, General Agent for the Pacific Coast. 304 Montgomery St., near Pino. Cosmoplitan Coal and Wood Yard. GEO. W ."DENNIS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER INWOOD GOAL AND COKE, 340 BROAD WAY. Between Montgomery and Sansnmo St., Baa Francisco. Constantly on hand. West Hartley, Sydney, Scoicli. Cli'l...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

SURE CUKE" FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, PILES. CHILLS AND FEVER! Brorn's Celebrated Indian Mcdiaine, Cheronses, for the euro of the above afflictions. CERTAIN CURE WARRANTED! Tho following Certificate is by n well known gentleman of this city : San Francisco, February 10 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 ulcer* came on my legs aod feet, which resisted all the remedies of the best medical advice of this city, unfitting me for active duties of any soi t. I was discouraged at the prospect of ever being cure j, when through suggestion of a friend, I reluctantly concluded to try JAMKS BIiOWN'S cvlobiated Medicine, CHEROULEB, I have taken it for two months, with surprising effect, and now the eruption lmd disappeared, and the ulcers are healed. No medi&amp;gt; but his seemed ever to reai hmy case at all. Too much cannot be said in it* favor. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

NORTH AMERICA Life Insuranceco. THE M O ST Rsponsable Company IN THE WORLD. By on Act of the lust Legislature of New York, the l'olicies of thin Company Kxclvsively will be guaranteed by the State—bear the peal of the State, and be countersigned by the Insurance Commissioner. the mostliberal company IN THE WORLD. NO RESTRICTION 0 CUPATION. Policy holders are allowed to reside anywhere . on the globe, except between the tropica, without extra coarge. Policy-holders allowed to travel anywhere on the globle withont extra charge. POLITIES , Indisputable from any Cause, FROMDATEOF ISSUE. No. 302, Montgomery street, corner of Pine. J. A. Eaton &amp;amp; co., MANAGERS of the PACIFIC BRANCH. SAMUEL PILLSBURY, Local Agent. H. II Russkl, I Gno. W. Morgan, &amp;gt; AgenU. N. J. STKEET. ) 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 Dupont and Post and Gary ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

GEO. B. HITCHCOCK &amp;amp; CO., Offer for Sale Whitman's Drawing Paper, Arnold's Copying Ink and Fluid, English Twines, Chamberlain'* Ribband hand Press. . 11 ■'! ' a complete assortnent of &amp;gt; , ». ■: Stationary . •) !) ' ,i I«1 ..I,- V r " ■ 1 AND ■ v i ... 7/ 7/ . . ~ .i I, '■ ACCOUNT BOOKS, Counting House, Bank and Insurance Stationers. Nos. 413 &amp;amp; 415 Sansome street, corner Commercial. seB-m. Furnished Rooms. Furuished rooms suitable for gentlemen, can be had on reasodable terms, at No 13 Scott street, between PaciGcand Broadway, and Masifn 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 tho city. She respectfully solicits a share of patronage. To Hair Drrssers and Tonsoriai. Artists Tho undersigne...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

Rheumatism, Piles, Chills AND FEVERS, SORE EYES, SORE THROATS. Also, Secret Diseases of all kinds, cured. Call and sec me at tho Cmstom-House Livery Stable NO. 318 BROADWAY, Between Sansome and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!! I PROMISE TO CUKE THE Gout in the Feet and Ankles. .1 1 1 ■ • ' ' ' 1 ALL OLD SORES, GENERALLY LOCATED IN TIIE FEET and ANKLES, WO MATTER OT HOW LONG STANDI X G PROFESSOR JAMES BROWN. QUINCYHALL CLOTHING EMPORIUM, No 545, 547, 549 Washington street, MONTGOMERY BLOCK, SAN FRANCISCO. The largest and cheapest Establishment on the Pacific Coast. Gent*' Clothing Made to OrcerSam'l Ambrose &amp;amp; Co., BUTCHERS. Stall No. 82, WASHINGTON MARKET, SAN FRANCISCO. Steamboat!", shipping, and families supplied with all kinds of fresh and cured meats. Corned Beef by the barrel. All articles delivered free or charge. II owes' New Style r-isiu v pruinir? us^nuirs rAffllLi heft\iih mmuHiNES, GREAT IMPROVEMENT —JUST RECEIVED. ESPECIALLY ADAPTED ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

CHARTER PERPETUAL. Tliis Leading American Company, DETOTED TO FIRST-CLASS INDEMNITY To tlic Insuring Public, at rates as low as SOLVENCY AND A MODERATE NEW ENGLAND PROFrT WILL ADMIT OF. OLICIES~ ISSUED DIRECT, J. D. HAWKS &amp;amp; Co., City Agents, No. 424 California Street, Corner ofLeidsdorf. The best is always the cheapest! Home Mutual Insurance COMPANY. INCORPORATED SEPTEMBER, 1804. Office No. 410 California street. Capital Stock, $ 1,0 0 0,000. 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 Bisks at the usual rates. ALL LOSSES IMMEDIATELY ADJUSTED AND PROMPTLY PAID. Geo. S. Mann, President Wm. H. St«vena, Secretary. 11. C. LEE, Vice President. A. R. Gunnison, Surveyor. Ward's Shirts New Styles IN NECK.TIES AND a SCARFS. HANDKERCHIEFS, PAPER COLLARS, SBJKTS, UNDER SBIRTS DRAWERS, WARD'S SHIRT .STORE,\ MONTGOMERY ST„ ANI COR MARKER&amp;amp;THIRD, i tiieold GEORGIA RESTAURANT....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

CARSTEN HENCKEN, SUCCESSOR TO oh n R. Blak). Uuion Club, 734 Pacific street. This fa vorite house is still open for the reception of thoso from the interior as well as thoso of tho city. A fine billiard table, good bar etc. 3-m. NATHANIEL GRAY, 741 Sacramento Street, Corner of Webb, San Francisco. Iron and Wood Gratis Enclosures and Marble Tombstones furnished to order. CITY AND COUNTY SEXTON. Sole Agent for Barstow's Patent Metallio Burial Cases and Caskets. SHERIFF BROTHERS, Photographic Gallery, [Over Hinckley's Drug Store.] CORNER OF CLAY and KEARNY Shu, Entrance, 059 Clay St., SAN FRANCISGO. Ga rtes d e Y i sites, Photographs and Ambrotypcs 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 satislaction. Widows' and Orphans' Benefit LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, OP NEW YORK. don. Lucius Robinson President. All the Surplus divided among...

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SPECIAL!!!! [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

SPECIAL!!!! A Good Teacher.—We call the attention of our readers to the infant school recently established on Scotland street, between Filbert and Greenwich* Misa Charlotte ISuwb U qreU viwliged to,leach the young ideas lidw to sfcowt. 'Ore terms are wry reasonable, Parents wili do well in sending thei. children to her. We hope soon to see the commodious roome filled with the flowers of our youth. The Emavcipatiok Okation, br Dr. E. R. Johnson, and The Poem, by Mrj J. M. Whitfield, both delivered at Piatt's Hall on Januaiy Ist, 1867, are for sale at the Pacific Appeal oflce, No. 79 Merchant street. Piice fifty cents. The Emancipation Oration, by Dr. E. K. Johnson, and the Poem by Mr. J. M. Whitfield, both delivered At Piatt's Music LUII on Januaiy Ist, 1867, have been published in papiphlet form by the authors, and are for sale at the [ eriodical stores of 3. W. Sullivan, Vr. E. Loomis, J. Stratman, and lit the Pacific Appeal office, No. 79 Merchant street, Price 50 cents per copy; ...

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