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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

DIRECTORY. A Olive Brunch Lodge, No, 5, F. Mid A. M. inset every Tuesday evening at their new Hall, No. 641 Broadway. Monthly meetin firat Tuesday in each month. Nelson Cook, Secretary. Victoria Lodge, Wo. S, P. and A. Y. M., meet •«ry Monday evening as abovo. Monthly meet- . ng, first Monday iu each month. S. Howard, Secretary. The Ladies' Union Beueflcial Society moets on the —Monday of every month in the vestry room of the A. M. E. Church Powell street. , Mrs. C. Dupee, President. The Pacific Accumu'ating and Beneficial Society meet# on the — Monday of every month. No permanen. place of met ting. Mrs. Aaron Phillips, President. There are also several organized sewing circles •ing Schools, etc., meet weekly, ' tfelhington Lodge No. 8, P. and A. M., meeting every Wednesday evening, as above. Stated meetings, «very first and third Wednesday. ■" J. E. Brown, Secretary. The itove lodges in this city art working; under the jurisdiction of the Moat Worshipful United Qrand Lodge of the S...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

Incorporated 1819.T The Champion Underwriter, .0 It l: 1'! "■ !(J 11 it tl. •.1 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 Francisco. 427 California Street, Corner of Leidesdorf. Hartford Indemnity Passes Current in every State in the Union. THE NATIONAL FREEDMAN, A MONTHLY JOURNAL • 'A. • OF THE y 'NEW YORK NATIONAL FREEDMEN'S Relief Association. TlrHifconal is published monthly, at No. 78 John Street, New York, as the organ of the New York National Freedman's Relief Association. All communications for the NATIONAL FREEDMAN should be addressed to the Editor as aboAe, and must ba accompanied by the full addresa 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 subacribers. Terms, pi* Annum - - - J2 00 Single Corns , IS...

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

j ;i € i J 111 •> A*i NA^IOKAXj (i r. a „ j. ; 3;;«« /.snmi 1.1 . •.:» T: Rj-.I v,i(t 1W.9-J INSURANCE COMPANY, . • t. f ■ '! .o-xb MU :[•) /.00 tiK SI lIW 01 OF SAN FRANCISCO. ■ i'i ' Ofiloc 408 Montgauarj j JJO »} Cash Capital, one Million Dollars. y. :: ui A. Assets, January 1, 1867, $1,093,131 92. ... i Y.i.i.': •!/.:•! President- - -Geo. W. Beaver. ,8 :t J >f K A ban T'r'.l'l Secretary W. W. Wiggins. t >' , Marine Officer Capt. Amos Noycs. ./ i■ •!••• • r. • !■ ifl'l Surveyor E. N. Torrey. j i j j f') v f •[ {) Policies Issued and LOSSES PAID IN GOLD. MARINE INSURANCE | , £.1■" 0 l* U 2 upon .'Vi Y.i.z Hulls, Cargoes, Treasure, Commissions, Profits, And other subjects of Marine Insurance, to and from all Ports in the world, including ■, /. . : n I! Inland Risks. FIRE INSURANCE upon Buildings, Merchandise, Furnituro, Rents, u. :■ i» « .: : ,r.■ f y Vessels in Port, and their cargoes, and other Insurance Property, GREATLY REDUCED . .! .1 1 !:i &am...

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

:i la t DIRECTORS. Albeißrittnn, C F Fargo, ' , Djbbjj, r r Baker, Henry L King, £ James Deering, Henry L Davis, [ Henry S Dexter, Charles Clayton, , N Van Bergen, T E Baogh, { Ueorge F Bragg, Michael Reese, ( Jos A Donohoe, 8 C Hastings, . George W Gibbe, George W Dam, RGfinealh, A.Eastman, llenry Barroilhct, Wm G Badger, Abram Bloclt, Benj Kuban, j Tmi ohnson * James W Cox, J I Dean, Ijevl Strauss, Daniel Meyer, H L Dodge Charles Lux, E V Hathaway, Hiram Tubbs, Walter N Uawley, Jas 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, Jos B Thomas, Daniel Murphy, Nicholas Larco, Wm. H. Sharp, Morris Speyer, Theo Le Roy, I William Pierce, John Center, John G Bray, G L Taylor, E H Winch«te% , Jliebx, J S Hutchinson, Thomas Breete, 0 F Griffin, C C Knox, Chas M Plum, S P McMahon, WO Talbot, Ja»P Pierce, M P Jones, J C Wilmerding, A J Bryant, W W Wiggins, S Heydenfaldl, Anthony Chabot, Jamet Phelan, £T B Robe...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 14 September 1867

' 1 11 '• " it . 111 l I Pacific Mall Steamship Go's Through line to New York, carf/jng the United Status Mail. 1- ! '/■' '-UIPI L'ave Folsom street I wbfcrf at dates for Panama, connecting via Panama Railroad with wHMHEBV did steamers from AfptnwaH for New York : On tho 10th, 18th, nnd 30ih of each month ibat ha» 30 days. On the 10th, Hhh and 550 th of each month that hap 31 days. When the 10th, 19th and 30th fall on Sunday thej will leave on Saturday preceding—when the 18th fills on Sunday they will leave on the Monday following, Steamer leaviug San Francisco on the 10ih touches at Mauzauillo. All touch ai Aeapulco. Departures of the 18th or I9ih connects with tho French Transatlantic Go's, steamer for St. Nazaire, and English steamer for South Au»« rica. Departure of 10th counsels with the English steainer for Southhampton and P. K. R. Go's stsamer for Geniral America. Departure of the 30th connects with the English steamer for Tumaoo, the p»rl *f the new mines. Cabin pasengers b...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

THE PACIFIC APPEAL. "TRUTH CRUSHET) TO EARTH WILL RISE Js.QA.IN." YOL VI- -N0.14. SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28 1867. WHOLE NO. 274.

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[AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

[AGENTS. The Rev. T. M. D. Ward.Tiaveling Agent Rev. J 11. Hubbard and Dr Porter, Saclamento. Rev E Tiippan. Stockton. Martin Carson. Stockton. Isaac Hanks, Grass Valley. Ed. Duplex, Marysville. George Miller, retaiuma. Wm. W. Rich, Oakland. Denis Carter, Nevada. Isaac Gibbs, Port Wine, Sierra. S. P. Clinton, B< nicia. J. 8. Ha ton. Napa City. Rufus M. Burgiss, Coloma. William Holmes, Oroville. Richmond Scott, Hod Bluff. Isa»c Flood, San Antonio. Israel II Gilley Coulterville. Peter W. Cftß*y, Sun Jose. Cbas. G. Hawkins. Sutter Creek. L. A. Monroe. Mariposa. G. R. Millen. Weav» r, Trinity Co. Charlps J. Graham. Portland. Oregon. Richard W. Frei roan, Dalles, Oregon. Samuel E. Cum y, Id bo City. Albert G. Callie. Alleghany town. G. Jackson, Auburn. T. M. De Sonzu, Walla Walla, W. T. Thomas B. Potter, Austin, N. T. J. Rodiue RobiufOU, Fort Bridger, near Salt Lake City, U T. T. P. Freeman, Victoria, V. I. Thomas Forrester. New Westminster, B. C. E. J John«on, William's Creek...

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A GRAND FESTIVAL! [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

A GRAND FESTIVAL! WILL BE GIVEN on Monday evening Oct, 10th, in the vestry of the 3d Baptist Church, for the benefit of the Ladies Pacifi' Accumulating Benevolent Assoeisti n, No pains, will be spaired to make the occasion plensant, and hope that the public will patronize It. The following ladies and gentlemen comprize tho Committee : Miss Aldema Laws, Miss Annie Dyer, Miss Amanda Laws, Miss Martha L. White, Mrs. M. Lew s, Mrs. 11. M. Miles. Messrs. J. P. Pyer, Charles Eppes, B. Fletcher, J. 11. Sanderson, Jus. Laws, J. W. Carter. Tickets 50 cents, which can be obtained from any of the committee. Children half price.

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The Supplementary Reconstruction Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

The Supplementary Reconstruction Bill. The following is the supplementary Reconstruction bill as it passed both houses of Congress on the 13th inst.: Section 1. 13e it enacted, etc , That it is hereby declared to have been the true intent and meaning of the act of March 2d, 1807, that the government then existing in the rebel States of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, Texas and Arkansas were not h-gaL State governments, and thereafter said governments, if continued at all, were to be continued subject in all respects to the military commanders of the resqeclive districts, and to the paramount authority of Congress, Sec 2d. That the commanders of any district named in said act shall have power, subject to the approval of the general of the army of the United States, and have effect till disapproved, whenever, in the opinion of the commander, and proper administration of said act shall require it, to suspend or remove from of...

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Sheridan at home. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

Sheridan at home. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial writes a pleasant sketch of a visit to the bouse of the Sheridan family, in Somerset, Ohio. The family now consists of the father an<} mother, I*. Ji Sheridan, John L. Sheridan, Michael V. Sheridan, and the danghter and sister,' Mary, who, about two years- since, was married to Captain John Wilson, who is a native oi Perry county, but served through the war in a Michigan regiment. Mary is the only daughter, and since her marriage she aqd her husband live In the house with her parents. John Sheridan, father of the General, is apparently about aixty-five years of age, of sanguine temperament, a rugged, muscular, hopefct-lookipg' IJlbbrnian, and not afraid *of work, lie can bo seen at almost any time cultivating or improving the little farm ol twenty acres, that is now his care and pride. John L. is a lawyer by profession, and has recently removed to Ooluinbus Ohio. Michael V. has a commission in the army, and is...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

nOOKniNDRItS, PAPFRIUTI ,FR* J® »nd I.LANK-BOOK MANUFACTUIIEKS No SIT Clay struct, between Uansome and Mo'itgninery. jyl Potrero and Bay View Railroad. rpnKCAijß OP THIS day) May 5, and run leyumij tma.ur. uaul further notice, fr« ta the cornel of 4th and Berry streets, to the deep cut on the Potrero, CKOSfJINtI THE LOftU Bitl l'(jE, aflonliug an oppor* tunity for a pleasant ride ior all who wish to enjoy it. JF-H* The Cars will run erery fifteen minutes on Sundays, and every twenty minutes on week days. *N. B.—All other Car Tickets taken lor f * r ®- J. K. MYKRB, . Contractor.

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THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO. SATURDAY. SEPT. 28, 1867. Official organ of the People of Color in the State of California, and of the American Colored People on the Paci6c Coast. To Our Aoents—We request every agent ofj the Appeal to send in what is due the paper.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

Death op Charles Smith. — Charles Smith, a pioneer resident of this city, died at his residence, on Stockton near Green street, on Thursday evening last. He waß the popular caterer for entertainments in this city. He leaves a family and a large number of friends to mourn his loss. His remains were inteired to-day (Saturday). The obseques were held in Zion Church, Stockton street. A lamentable circomstance occurred on 'Monday last. Peter Anderson, Jr., a son of o«n, 20 years of age, who returned from the war about a year ago and was employed at the Quarter Uaster's Department, on Washington street, was brutally assaulted with an attempt to murder, by Charles Miles, who shot at his head with a pistol. The affair will be investigated in tho Police Court on Monday morning. The viotim is j not ontirely out of danger. He very indiscretly went out next day without consulting the doctor. Hence the report that he was not much hurt. A gay Wedding. —A large numbor of incited guests, with carri...

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Registration In South Carolina. I [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

Registration In South Carolina. I Chalebton, S. C., Aug. 3,1867. 1 Enclosed please find a copy of the Regis- ' tratlon Code, for the 2d Military District, ( just published. 1 We believe it to be the most completo. 1 in its provisions for the protection of the newly enfranchised in securing their rights and privileges, of any orders which have ! been issued by the military commanders of the rebel States. Par. 3, 4, 5. 6, 22, 23, and 25, arc especially commended to your notice. Wo are "making haste slowly" in reconstruction here, and considerable progress is being made in tho organization of a Republican party in South Carolina. A good field is hero presented for missionary labor; and one or more intelligent agents of the Republican organization in Massachusetts might bo profitably employed in speaking throughout the district, to confute the ram pant treason of Perry, and the juggling sophistry of Orr. It is to be regretted that the organization of the Congressional party has fallen i...

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Jllarriagte. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

Jllarriagte. Iu thia city, Tuesday evening, Septcmbor 24th, at the residence of tbe bride, Mr. Wellington C. Patrick to Mrs. 8 h Anderson. In Pittsficld, Mass., by Rev. E. R. J. Miller, Aug. 22d, Mr. Cornelius Hoosc, to Miss Sarah Wolfe, both of Dalton. In Lee, Mass.. Aug., 12th, 1867, by the Rev. Geo., Spywood, Mr. Timothy Oliver of Springfied, to Miss Nancy Vanderpool of Leo.

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D t a t Ij 0 . [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

D t a t Ij 0 . In this city, September 2Gth, Charles Smith. His remains will be interred tomorrow (Sunday). The obseques will be held in Zion Church, Stockton street. At Rossville, S. 1., Aug, 16th, 1867, Mrs. Catharine E. Davis, of disease of the heart and dropsy, aged 41 years and 2 months. At Key West, Florida, on Sabbath evening, at 5 o'clock, on the 12th of Aug. in tbe full hope of a blessed immortality, Uncle Sandy Cornish, aged 75 years.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 September 1867

w. H. HALL* j. i. rro* v. HALL & BROWN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in POULTRY AND GAME. No. 19 Old Washington Market, Entrance on Saaaone and Merchant Streets, Bait Francisco. PHtSONS getting up Sappers and PubXe Dinwill be attended to at reasonable rates, and at the shortest notice. N. Si—Don't forget) tbe place. Entrance ■ the Market on Sansomsj between Washington and Merchant Streets. HOWARD POSTER. W. A. L. COOPXB. FOSTER k COOPER. WHOLfISALB & M.TAJL. DEALERS IN Vegetables, Produce, ete 603 Sansome street, near Clay, San Ftanchto. BUTTER EGGSaodPOULTRY. Orders promptly attended to. Consignments Soicited. NATHANIEL SKAT. H. M. GBAT. N. GRAY & CO. Undertakers, Wholesaleandßetail, 641 Sacramento Street, corner of Webb, San Francisco. Sole Agents for Barstow's Metallic Burial Cases] and Caskets. Wanted.—A good steady man to do light work in Oakland. Enquire of 0. F. Sloan, opposite the railroad dept, in Oakland. To such a person steady employmen...

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