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LINES [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
LINES From the Anglo African To Her who will understand them. "If I dream that you love me, You'll surely forgive."— [Byron. When I tell thee I dream thou dost love me, Thou surely will not angry be ; Tho' I know that my sighs cannot move thee, Thou still art the same unto me. ---- In visions thou dost hover around me, As fair as the fresh-blooming rose; When I wake from the sleep that has bound me, I long for such charming repose, When o'er me the bright dawn is shining, I fancy I see thy loved face; And when evening's sun is declining, In the dimness thy features I trace. Thus ever, when waking or sleeping, Thou'rt near me by day and by night; And while Memory her treasures is keeping, Thy presence will gladden my sight. Cosmopolite.
Chief-Justice Chase and the Colored Loyalists of Charleston, [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
Chief-Justice Chase and the Colored Loyalists of Charleston, Recent advices from Charleston bring the intelligence that a peace meeting to have been held on the 10th inst., in Hibernian Hall, was broken up in confusion, it cause of the presence of one hundred and fifty colored men, who insisted on their right to vote on any question that might come up before the house. At this juncture, Chief-Justice Chase arrived in the city, which fact becoming generally known caused the disaffected spirit to show itself less. On the following Friday the Chief Justice visited some of the leading citizens, and everywhere expressed himself favorably to granting suffrage to the black man. On the afternoon of the same day an audience of 5,000 or 6,000 colored peole, and about 500 whites, assembled in Zion Church, and were ably addressed by Major General Saxton, and Assistant Inspector of Plantations and Settlements, Mr. Tomlinson, both of whom advised the colored people to contend for petition and all...
Shall we Tolerate slavery! [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
Shall we Tolerate Slavery? The Emancipation Proclamation of President Lincoln declares that no person shall be held in involuntary servitude, — except for the commission of crime against the law. That is now a National Statute, and all the venom of rebellion being exhausted, it shall stand immutable through the future existence of America. It is founded upon a broad principle: the principle that freedom of thought and freedom of speech beget freedom of action. Horses, cattle, etc., are creatures possessing neither reason nor speech; therefore let them be made to work when the will of their masters so decree. But man, whether black or white, Caucasian or Ethiop, has speech and reason, therefore he shall be the judge of whether he will work or not Speech is the great pivot on which emancipation turns; no slavery shall be imposed on him who can reason or speak. In the early days of our State, attempts were made by the horde of Southern politicians in our midst, to force slavery into ou...
Submitting to "Manifest Destiny." [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
Submitting to "Manifest Destiny." Col. E. J. C. Kewen, of Los Angeles, six months ago one of the most violent Copperheads in California, has declared himself in favor of negro suffrage. He says this is the verdict of the war, and we must bow in submission to the behests of the times. The Colonel is correct. — Individual efforts and opinions are power-; less to stay the mighty tide of freedom ind equality now sweeping over the land, , Prom the 1) ad Sea of rebellion. Daily it,] increases in force and volume, and those ; who oppose it, blindly consign themselves j to political destruction. There is noij mistaking the bent of popular opinion ' throughout the North to-day. It is writ-1 &lt; ten in lines as legible as the promise of! God, and blind indeed must he be who cannot read it. Whatever our individual ] opinions or preferences may be is a matter of little moment now. The great ques- . tion is beyond the control of the press, of j, -talesmen, of parties. The witnesses have...
items from our Eastern Exchanges [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
items from our Eastern Exchanges The Philadelphia Annual Conference of the A. M. E. Church.— The fortyninth Session of the Philadelphia Annual Conference of the A. M. E. Church, assembled in the A. M. E. Union Church, on Saturday, 13th May, at 0 o'clock a.m , Bishop Way man presiding, assisted by Hev. Wra P. Quinn, senior Bishop. The thirteenth Annual Commencement of the Colored High School of Philadelphia was held on Thursday and Friday, sth and (itli of May. This school is under the chargc of Professor Basaett. Mrs. Sarah Douglass is principal of the Female Department.— Their assistants are Messrs. G. V. Catto, J Q. Allen, and Miss Grace A. Mapps, The examinations were on Biblical History, Geometry, Grammar, Greek, Latin, and kindred subjects. Several prizes were awarded, and the exercises were all of a superior order. After the commencement exercises were finished, a public meeting was held iu Sansome Street Hall, when addresses were delivered by Messrs. S. G. Garld, J. F. Necdha...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
AuilirotypcM So Cents, SUVA'S NEW GALLERY. N, E. corner Kearny and Pine Sts. Card Pictures only per dozeu. Don t forget, SILVA'S NEW GALLEItV N. E. corner Kearny aud Fine tits. jt9 2m W ARD'S UNIVERSAL Hair Dressing, Shaving AND BATHING SALOON 912 Kearny Street, between Jackson and Pacific LADIES and Gentlemen accommodated with Hot and Cold llaths. All kinds oh Perfumery for nale. je9 3m NO CURE, NO PAY! GEOrRGKE ROWE'S Infallible Cure for Rheumatism ! READ my Circular, and every Frogressionisi will understand it. llow true tbe I'ARABLE t'jat God will choost the foolish to confound the wise, and help him tc advance from one standpoint to a higher. Consultation free of charge. Residence on Virginia Place, No. 13. jt:9-3ai GEO. ROWE. OAKLAND FERRY. San Francisco and Oakland Railroad and Ferry Line, FROM CORNER PACIFIC k DAVIS STS, CHANGE OF HOURS. ON and after THURSDAY, MAY 18th, 1865 until further notice, the hours of departurt will be as follows, Sundays excepted : SAN ANTONIO. OAKL...
®lit (fixator. 0 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
®lit (fixator. 0 SAN FRANCISCO: FRIDAY JUNK 30, 1865. The Elevator will be delivered to city subscribers by the carrier at 50 cents per month. We will 'collect the subscriptions on the first Monday of every month, when we hope our friends will be prepared for us. Subscriptions will be received by D. W. Ruggles No. 310 Jackson street; It. A. Hall, 917 Washington street ;S. Howard. 31!fi Davis street; or by any member of the Executive Committee. Single copies can be obtaiucd as above, and also at White «V Bauer's News Depot, 413 Washington etreet; Georgia Restaurant, 923 Kearny street, and at this office.
Call for a State Convention of the Colored Citizens of California. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
Call for a State Convention of the Colored Citizens of California. The undersigned, believing that at this time j " the wisdom, the virtue, the learning, the wealth, and the piety of our people " should as-t semble in Convention to deliberate on the polit- j ical and educational interests, hereby request 1 our leading men throughout the State to make arrangements to effect the same. A. WADDY, | President Public Meeting on May 20th. Geo. \\ . Dennis, £ yj ce p res |,j en tg. WM. Buuris, S EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE of SAN FRANCISCO j W. 11. Yates, H. M. Collins, J. Madison Hell, W. H. Hnll, Jas. P. Dyer, Kd. W. Parker, John J. Meshaw, D. W. Ruggles. F. G BARBADOES, President | S. Peneton, Vice President. J. R. STARKEY, Treasurer. S. Howard, Recording Secretary. R. A. Hall, Corresponding Secretary. George A. Deval, R. W. Davis. Jas. E. Brown, William 11. Gibson, | Saml A. Smyth, Anthony Osborne, S. It. Robertson, Henry Lewis, Wm. H. Klake, Zadok F. Bell, Philip A. Bell, Daniel Stales, Jackso...
The Day We Celebrate. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
The Day We Celebrate. We have long desired to celebrate our National Anniversary as an American citizen. While others were rejoicing at the return of the day on which a Nation sprang into existence full of life and vigor, when she Hung aside the swaddling bands of Colonial dependence, and took "her stand among the nations of the earth," we felt saddened that we could not rejoice with them; but we mourned over the degradation of our country and the thraldom of our race. Now, however, we can rejoice. In the midst of our debasement, when almost an eternal night of gloom hung over us; ! when the chains were tightening on our limbs, and the snap of the slave-driver's ' whip was sounding in Northern ears; ( when we feared that the threat of the j slave oligarchy, that they would call the roll of their slaves from Bunker Hill, would ere long be verified; then, amidst the booming of cannon and the din and ' noise of contending armies, " Where mingles war's rattle With groans of the dying,''...
Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
Amusements. The Anniversary of St. John's Day, the j 24th inst., brought the usual Masonic fes-j tivitioß. The Grand Lodge of the State j of California, working under the jurisdiction of the National Grand Lodge, held] their Annual Communication on the 22d, inst.. The Grand Officers were elected, and were to be installed on 23d inst., at Zion Church, where an eloquent and ap- j propriate oration was delivered by Rev. j John J. Moore, but in consequence of the! death of John P. Scott, a worthy ami efti-! cient member of the order, the public in- J stallation was omitted. Victoria and Ilannibal Lodges gave a grand entertainment on Friday night, 23&lt;1 inst., at Philharmonic Hall, corner Jackson and Stockton streets. The company was select, and the supper abundant, and | the tables filed to repletion with all the delicacies and luxuries attainable. The I guests enjoyed themselves by dancing to exquisite music, until an early hour in the morning. On Monday, 26th inst., a steamb...
"A Second Daniel Come to Judgment" [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
"A Second Daniel Come to Judgment" They have held a public meeting in Petaluma, Sonoma county, and appointed an Executive Committee, which is a good move. They resolved that in their "opinion jt is inexpedient to call a Convention."— They have, of course, a perfect right to express an "opinion " on any subject. But the cream of the joke is, they " adopt the Pacific Appeal as the California organ of the colored people." Hear ye ! all the color ed people of California, miners and ditchers, farmers and mechanics, whether ye dwell in the City of the Plains, or on the summit of the Sierras ; be ye residents of the Athens of California, in the beautiful Valley of Santa Clara, or are denizens of the great Metropolis, from the Big Grove, or where Los Capatino rears his hoary head, and looks down in solemn granduer upon the lonely vale of the Yo Semite, even to where the Golden Gate opens wide its mighty portals to admit the commerce of the world—hear ye ! The colored citizens of Sonoma coun...
COMMUNICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
COMMUNICATIONS. Stockton, June 27th, 1865. Mr. Editor :—A new organization was completed last evening, which promises to l&gt;e the pioneer of a great movement on the part of the colored men of California, fraught with a vast amount of good in their behalf. The organization is styled the "San Joaquin Lincoln Equal Rights League." The object of the society is the dissemination of useful knowledge, the general promotion of the colored race and their rights as citizens to "Equality before the Law," and particularly for the purpose of taking some decided and united action in the matter of petitioning the next Legislature for the right of suffrage. The society was organized with twentyI four members, and the following officers were elccted for a term of six months : President—A. B. Brown. Vice President—Martin Carson. Secretary—W. W. Lee. Assistant Secretary—Win. Hyers. I Treasurer—lsrael Davis. Board of Directors, to act in conjunction with the foregoing officers—William | Robin...
Public Meeting, [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
Public Meeting, San Francisco, June 27, 1865. A public meeting of the colored citizens, called by the Committee of Arrangements for celebrating the Fourth of July, was held this evening in the Vestry Room of A. M. E. Church, Powell street. Mr. John A. Barber was appointed Chairman, and Samuel A. Smith, Secretay. The Chairman stated the object of the meeting, which was to complete the arrangements for celebrating the Fourth of July. Collections were made to aid the Committee in defraying the necessary expenses. Moved, by Mr. M. Howard, that we recommend to the people of color not to patronize any butcher, baker, or any tradesman, who is opposed to granting us our full political rights. Carried. Moved, that we also recomiueud that wo should refuse to subscribe for any papers which oppose our receiving " Equality before the Law." Carried. Mr. Win. 11. Hall moved that the Committee be instructed to note all persons of color who fail to turn out in the procession on the Fourth of July, a...
Proceedings of the Committee of Arrangements for Celebrating the Fourth of July. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
Proceedings of the Committee of Arrangements for Celebrating the Fourth of July. The Committee met on Thursday evening, 29th instant, S. Peneton, Chairman, R. A. Ha.li, Secretary. The Committee on Decorations reported progress. They had obtained flags, and made arrangemts for painting banners, mottoes, etc. They had also ordered 500 appropriate badges, which would be for sale; likewise, rosettes for the general committee. Report accepted and Committee retained. Committee on Music reported progress. — They were endeavoring to obtain a band of wind instruments; but in case of failure, they had secured martial music. Report accepted and Committee retained. ] Committee on Literary Exercises and Invitations reported progress. They had invited the Masonic Lodges, the Young Men's Benevolent Society, and the West Indian Association. The Y. M. B. S. accepted the invitation; they would join the procession in society order, with a new banner, painted for the occasion. The W. I. A. would join i...
C I R C IT LAK. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
CIRCULAR The Executive Committee appointed at a meeting of the Colored Citizens of San Francisco, on the 24th of January, present the following Address, explaining the origin and object of their appointment. The difficulties which attended our celebration on the first of January, and indifference too often evinced by the people generally in public affairs, induced many to believe that a permanent organization, or an Executive Committee appointed by the people for one year, and a similar committee elected each year, was necessary for the better conducting of public business, such as calling meetings on important occasions, and to take a general supervision of public affairs. At a meeting held on the 6th of January to hear the final report of the Celebration Committee, a motion was made to elect an Executive Committee of thirteen members. A Nominating Committee was appointed, who reported at a subsequent meeting, of which due notice was given. That meeting confirmed the selections mad...
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
DIED. In this city. F-iday, June 23d, Mr. .John I'. Scott, agt-d about 4't years. Mr. Scott '.ras an old resident of California. In Richmond. Va., August ?G. 1804, Mr. Benjamin Wyth .Judah, father nf Mr. Benjamin W. Judah, of this city, in the s(Sth year of his age.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865
MASONIC LODGES. The Olive Branch Lodge, No. 5, meet JL every Tuesday evening, at their Lodge Room, on Stockton Street. ton Lodge, No. —, meet every Thursday evening, in the same place. Victoria Lodge, No. 3, meet even' Monday evening, and Hannibal Lodge, No. 1, every Wednesday evening, at their Lodge Room, corner Mason street and Broadway. The Ladies' Pacific Accumulating Benevolent Association hold their Regular Meeting on th%i Second Thursday in each month at Mrs. Osborn's, No. 2 Brooklyn Place. Mrs. C. E. SANDERSON, President. James R. Starkey, Secretary. There will be preaching at the A. M. E. Union Church, Powell street, on Sabbath next, at 11 o'clock, a. M., at 24 and 74, I'. M. Seats free. All are cordially invited. Sabbath School at 12 o'clock. T. M. 1). Ward, Pastor. Preaching in Zion Church, Stockton street, next Sunday, at I(&gt;4 o'clock, A. M., at 24, P. M., and at "4 in the evening. Sabbath School at 1 P. M. J. J. Moore, Pastor. Grand 4th of* July Dinner.' The ...