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®lw $ws. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 June 1862

®lw $ws. A notice of Dr. Setephenson's lecture will appear in our next issue. The telegraph is again in operation, bringing news to 25th inst. The following is a brief summary. The Steamer Golden Age left this port on Monday, 24th inst, for Panama, with nearly 200 passengers and 1643,101 25 in treasure, for New York. The Steamer St. Louis, Captain Lappidge, arrrived at 12 o'clock on Thursday, from Panama, with passengers from New York, June 2d. She brings about 500 passengers. An Englishman named George, an employee of the California Stage Company, was drowned in the Trinity river on Monday last. The following are the literary appointments for the Fourth of July celebration in this city: Reader of the Declaration of Independence, W. H. Tiffany; Orator of the Day, R. C. Rogers; Poet, Frank Soulc. To bk Hung.—G. N. Symonds, convicted in Sacramento of the murder of B. F. Russell, at Benson's Ferry, two years ago, has been sentenced to be hung on the 25th of next month. Acquitted.—Easte...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 June 1862

gulmlisemmts. TH E G HEAT PAIN ANNIHILATORi DR. E. R. JOHNSON, NO. 710 WASHINGTON STREET. Stejf Opposite the Plaza, SA N FRA NCISCO, CA LIFORNIA. GO TO Dli. E. R. JOHNSON. THE NATURAL PHYSICIAN AND GREAT PAIN ANNIHILALOR! HE WILL WARRANT TO CURE ALL cases of Asthma, Fever and Ague, Catarrh, Sore Throat, Toothache and Womb Dift ease. The Doctor's success is miraculous in cases of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Gout, Paralysis, inflammation of the Eyes, and all other diseases that human skill can reach. Rheumatic Pains removed in five minutes. Some of the afflicted that visit him come from one hundred to six hundred miles, and soon find relief. Here is a case in point: Daniel Somerset has had the Inflammatory Rheumatism three months. He was brought into the Doctor's room July 25, 1861, in the arms of two men, being unable to walk or stand, and suffering severe pain. In five minutes he was relieved by the Doctor from all pain, and in twenty minutes he walked out of the office without assistanc...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 June 1862

J. J. WIN ANT. SAM. WIN ANT. WIN ANT & 00. Dealers in Shoalwater Bay Oysters, Pacific Fruit Market, Clay st. San Francisco. Articles sold on commission, if desired. Ships and Steamers supplied. jel4-3m NEW YORK BREWERY TS T o. 119 Post Street. (Between Dupont end Kearny.) LAGER BEER, ALE & PORTER. Public Houses supplied on liberal terms. m24tf WUNENBURG & CO. DR. W.H.C. STEPHENSON, H\C.K\ME\TO. Office—Sixth Street, between J and K, No. 158, corner of the Alley. The Blood Purifier and Pain Exterminator. ALL CHRONIC and ACUTE DISEASES, of whatever kind or nature; Rheumatism, Neuralgia; all complaints of Females and Children, successfully treated. Medicines carefully nut up. and forwarded by Expres. CHARGES MODERATE. Miners and Travelers, all persons, should send and get Campbell's Compound ; carried about the person, it is a sure preventive against contagious diseases. (Price, $2.00.) ap26-3m NATHANIEL GRAY, f NDEETAKEE, 641 Sacramento Street, Corne...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 28 June 1862

fnwptttttA THE PACIFIC APPEAL Will be published every Saturday, PETER ANDERSON, Proprietor \T NO. 79 MERCHANT STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. TERMS: Single Xumbers 16 ets. ; Subscription 1 Mouth 50 " ADVERTISEMENTS : L Square or less, 1 time 50 3 Months 82 50 10 lines •' 1 time 1 00 " " 3 Months 5 00 Longer Advertisements in proportion. Society Notices, 3 Months 2 50 Births and Marriages 26 Deaths gratia. Funeral und Obituary Notices 50 The Appeal will be devoted to the interests of the Colored people of California and to their Moral, Intellectual and Political advancement. AGENTS. The Rev. T. M. D. Ward, Traveling Agent. Wm. Mills, Stockton, Cal. John Jones, " James Nichols, Sacramento City. I)r. W. H. C. Stephenson, " Isaac Sanks, Grass Yalley. Ed. Duplex, Marvsville. Robert Ranks, Rig Oak Flat. Wm. Smith, San Jose. George Miller, Feteluma. Wm. W. Rich, Oakland. Wm. Page, Sonora. A. L. Sanderson, Placerville. Denis Carter, Nevada. Elijah Booth, " S. P. Clanton, Benicia. E. Hatton, Napa. •J...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

THE PACIFIC APPEAL, ft Jpauy-naL, denoted ta the JPniete&L* of the <yf /tfaba*. PETER ANDERSON, Proprietor. PHILIP A. BELL Editor. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1862. [NO. 14. VOL. I.)

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Jfctwtimw. THE ZOMBI: — OR THE — MULATTO OF MURILLO'S STUDIO. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

Jfctwtimw. THE ZOMBI: — OR THE — MULATTO OF MURILLO'S STUDIO. For Prospectus and Contents see last page. In the year 1630, one fine summer's day, at Seville, several young men coming from different streets, walked, singing as they went, in the direction of the house of the famous painter Murillo. Arriving at the same moment under the doorway, they bowed to each other in a friendly manner, calling each other by the names of Isturitz, Carlos, Fernandez, Mendez, Gonzalos, and Cordova; and running up stairs in pursuit of each other, they reached the entrance of a studio. The master had not yet arrived, and each student ran hurriedly to his easel, to examine the work of the day before—to see whether the painting was dry, and also to admire each his own handiwork. " By St. James of Compostella!" exclaimed Isturitz, " which of you gentlemen remained last at the studio ?" "Are you not wideawake yet?" answered Cordova and Fernandez, in the same breath. " Do you not remember that we all went ...

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▲ CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

▲ CARD. AN ENGLISHMAN'S RIGHTS AND BRITISH SOi CIAL CUSTOMS SET AT DEFIANCE BY FOR- , SIGNERS. " HatW not a Jew eyes 1 (tor Jaw road colored man) hath not a Jew hands, organs, dimensions, senses, affections, passions ? * * * and if you wrong us shall we not revenirp? If we are like you in the rest, we will resemble you in that." Merchant of Venice. " AH men ape free and equal." American Declaration of Independence. The cjwe which came before the Police magistrate this morning, Francis vs. Lovctt, may be viewed in the broad light of principle, or narrowed down to the dusky times of prejudice. Those who advocate civil ana religious liberty as a reality will sustain one side of the question, whilst those who permit others to think, reason, and dictate to and for them, may come to other conclusions. The cause of complaint was that Mr. Jacob Francis, the proprietor of the Bull's Head Tavern, who was transacting business with a highly respectable firm, when something was solicited (a sket...

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What is Doing to Seours Our Bight of Oath P [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

What is Doing to Seours Our Bight of Oath P THE PACIFIC APPEAL. SAN FRANCISCO: SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1862. As the acknowledged organ of the people of Color of the State of California, we must urge on them the important necessity of making efforts to procure our legal rights at the next session of our Legislature. Wo were not wholly successful in the lust Legislature, but we came nearer succeeding than we anticipated, and although we failed in the complete realization of our hopes, we accomplished, notwithstanding, a great work. We commanded the respect of our opponents, which was one important step towards success : we convinced even our bitterest political foes, that for merit, intelligence and a high standard of moral and religious character, and for a just appreciation of the right for which we petitioned, we will equal any elass in the community : we also convinced the lukewarm that we were worthy, reliable, law-abiding citizens, and as such, it was but just that we should have the ...

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(Eommunwatumis. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

(Eommunwatumis. For the Pacific Appeal. Millions for an Inch of Time Mb. Editor:—Extraordinary cures are performed by animal electricity, modified in the human syitem. The electricity is infused in the human frame and cures, by friction, all diseases that are caused by a deficiency or irregular action of the nerves. The wonderful power of imparting electricity, thus adapted to the human consti* tution, enables the operator to annul sensation, and restore the equilibrium of disordered nervous action ; to renovate the capability of moving the limbs, completely paralyzed, to relax contracted muscles, to impel the blood in its proper direction, and to impart the strength that results from a sufficient supply of nervous fluid. One important case, among many that I have treated succesfully, may suffice for the present. The patient was a merchant, sixty years old. He had suffered from a painful disease for upwards of thirty years. His medical friends advised him to have the limb amputated ...

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Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

Lecture. An excellent lecture was delivered in Zion Church, in this city, on the 26th ult., by Dr. W. H. C. Stephenson, of Sacramento, on the "Supremacy of Mind over Matter." It was highly philosophical—abounded in beautiful thought; it was chaste in language and elegant is diction. The lecturer spoke of man's physical imbecility and tardiness compared with animals around him : as the strength of the horse; the fleetness of the deer; the flight of the eagle—the man's physical strength and agility is weakness and torpidity, comparatively; but in the power and exercise of his enlightened intellect, he ftir transcends them in their ultimate controling power. By the instruments of his inventive genius—at the twitch of his finger—the powerful horse stands trembling under his rod: with his piece, powder and bullet, the proud eagle is made to lick the dust at his feet; and as if by magic the fleet deer stops at his bidding. The lecturer also spoke of man in the power of his enlightened int...

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Emancipation Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

Emancipation Meeting. Pursuant to notice, a large and enthusiastic meeting 1 assembled in Zion's Africau M. E. Church, Pacific st., on Tuesday evening, July Ist. The meeting was called to order at o'clock, by Mr. P. A. Bell. H. M. Collins was elected President. Shadrick Howard, John A. Barber, J. R. Starkey as VicePresidents, and P. Anderson and F. G. Barbadoes as Secretaries. The meeting was then opened with a prayer bv Rev. J. B. Sanderson. Mr. P. A. Bell offered a resolution, which was adopted, endorsing the call of the meeting. After which the following resolutions were unanimously adopted. I'RKAMBT.E. Whereas, The Congress of the Uuited States, by an Act passod April 16th, 1862, emancipated the slaves in the District of Columbia, and prohibited slavery forever in the Territories of the United States, and wherever the government holds supreme authority, it becomes us, as connected by consanguinity of race and lineage with those who have been redeemed from slavery, to rejoice wit...

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

MARRIED. In Napa City, June 29, by Rev. Mr. Carpenter, Mr. George F. Want, of Kingston, Jamaica, to Mibs Josefa Solano, of Chili.

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DIES. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

DIES. In Grass Valley, June 25, Jacob, eldest son of Mr. Isaac Sanks, aged 6 years and 8 months.

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$eb*tiiras. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

$eb*tiiras. Prom the Third Annual Report of the Ohio Sabbath School Convention we extract the following item: Mr. Pitch, of Oberlin, said, that in his school of 600, about 30 were colored ; that committing to memory had been constantly practiced ; that premiums had rarely been offered, but that, some months since, he brought in five elegant Bibles, and offered them to the five pupils who should, in three months, commit and recite, correctly, the greatest number of verses from religious hymns. In the result, two had committed over 4000 verses each, and the first, third and fourth prizes—three out of the five, were taken by colored pupils. — Oberlin Evangelist. Mosks Bryan.—Among the contrabands who have come in to Gen. Burnside are Moses and Africa Bryan. The former asked for Gen. Burnside. His tent having been pointed out, he entered it, and proceeded to introduce himself. Bowing to the General, he says : " I took the liberty to call on you—l am Moses Bryan." " Well," says the Gener...

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CONTENTS OF NO. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

CONTENTS OF NO. 14. P«|* Column I—The Zombi, or the Mulatto of Murillo's Studio 1 I—A Card—An Englishmen's Rights 4 2—Editorial 5 2—Communication 8 3—Emancipation Meeting 10 3—Deaths and Marriages 11 3—Meetings 11 3—Selection 12 4—Poetr 13 4—Miscellaneous 13 A A <)vai4SaAmanfa 1 A

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

Notice. The committee of arrangements for the first of August will meet this afternoon, sth instant, at 6 o'clock, at Mr. Sanderson's school-room, corner of Jackson and Virginia streets. P. ANDERSON jy 5-lt _ Secretary. The Appeal can be had at J. W. Sullivan's News Depot, near the Post Office. Letters Received Since our Last Issue. E. Hatton, Napa. E- P. Duplex, Marynville. Wm. H. Foote, Weaverville, Trinity co. J. D. Brown, Jackson, Amador county. The Mirror or the Times. —We wish to make up a complete file of the Mirror of the Times. If any of our friends have odd copies, and will send them to us, they will be thankfully received and duly acknowledged. «».u. 19* Agents, Correspondents and others, writing us on business of the Pacific Appeal, will please Bend by mail. Remit by check, when convenient, or by Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express. Business Correspondence, or remittances, addressed to Peter Anderson, Proprietor. Communications addressed to P. A. Bell, Editor. • Cit...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

LODGING HOUSE. MRS. JAMES JOHNSON WILL ACCOMmodate a few respectable persons with Lodgings, transient or permanent, at 918 Washington street, corner of Stone, San Francisco. je2B-tf

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§ *et*jj. [Newspaper Article] — Pacific Appeal — 5 July 1862

§ *et*jj. . For the Pacific Appeal. Mr. Editor :—This effusion is the result of a remark, made to me by a white man, who ina conversation about the causes of the present rebellion, said .."the Negroes have done it.'' If you deem it worthy; of | insertion in tin- Ah-eai., I would like to see 1 it published ;if not, spare my blushes. 1 T i "The NtegroeH have done it } What? caused this dread strife, , Where father and son I Are contending for life, Where the corses of brothers Encumber the plain, And the earth hag been queuched i With the blood of the slain ? ( •' The Negroes have done it Oh! why say you so ? When yon know from what source Your calamities flow. Demagogues out of office, i Well—where could they pitch. ' But ruin their country, Or seek " the last ditch*'.'" " The Negroes have done it Yes! what have they done T They have stood in the van When yonr battles were won. The first blood in this laud That for Freedom was shed, Was the fclood of a black man, Although it was red....

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