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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 23 August 1867
G. FORREST WALTER &amp;~CO., EXCELSIOR MERCHANT TAILORS I ESTABLISHED 1849. No. 611 Sacramento Street, Third door above Montgomery,.. .San Frakcisoo. jy 12 " Poco T tempo" Cigars. HENRY II AY MAN, (Popularly known as '-Oi.d Dad,") CALA Dp; LAS MARGAS PANAMA, MANUFACTURER OF SUPERIOR CIGARS of the above favorite Brand. These Cigars are made of the best Native Tobacco, and are recommended for their highly aromatic flavor and the agreeably odor which they emit, and also for their digestive qualities. Je2B Old Georgia Restaurant, [Established In 1810,] 910 Kearny st., bet. Pacific and Jackson. THE Proprietors of this popular establishment continue the same liberal course of business for which the Georgia Restaurant has been noted. Our Larder is furnished wilh all the necessariea and luxuries the market affords, which we offer at the lowest living rates, and Meals served at ALL HOURS, an we are OPEN ALL aSTIGKKX. WILLIAM BRANCH. ) „ ap7 WASHINGTON COLYER, f ™P rieto ™- " Pro Bono...
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 23 August 1867
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. New York, August 18. —Advices From Hayti to the 24th ult. say that a small revolution in favor of Geffrard failed. One of the leaders committed suicide upon being defeated ; others were captured, The Government has taken steps to establish an Exchange and Chambers of Commerce in each port of the Republic now open. The cuffec crop will probably be the largest ever known in Hayti. Over one thousand cases of yellow fever were reported in Galveston, Texas, on the 15th. There arc ab;&gt;ut 30 deaths daily. The hospital is overflowing, and the managers are ca'ling for more help. The Internal Revenue offices are closed, as the employees are all sick. Gen. Rousseau and the Russian Commissioners, and VVm. S. Dodge, Special Agent of the Treasury Department, and Collector of the port of Sitka, leave on the next steamer for San Francisco. Col, Kentzing is relieved of his command of the marines at Mare Island, and is ordered to the command of those at the Philadelphi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 23 August 1867
Pacific Mail (Steamship Co.'s STEAMSHIPS FOR NEW YORK, JAPAN, AND CHINA, CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL, LEAVE Wharf comer of First and Bran-nan Streets at Emcvkn &lt;1 o'clock A. M., of following dates for PANAMA, connecting via Panama Railroad with one ot the Company's splendid steamers from ASPINWALL for NEW YORK : On the lOtli, 18th and 30th of each month that has 30 days. On the lOtli, 19th and 30th of each month that has 31 day*. When the 10th, 19th and 30tb fall on Sunday th&gt;-y will leave on Saturday preceding—when the 18th falls on Sunday tbey will leave on the Mon day following. FOR NEW YORK. August 30tb—MONTANA, Captain E. S. Faros- 1 worth, connecting witb the ARIZONA, Capt. Kaury. Making the through trip in 20 days. FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. The "GREAT REPUBLIC" will sail September 31. and the "CHINA" on October 14th, for YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, connecting at Yo kobama with the fteamer "COSTA RICA," for SHANGHAI. For passage and all other information, apply at the ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 23 August 1867
Mau Needs Advice. GO forth Into the world; seek men in the rarloas positions, sphere*, and conditions of life, and from the highest to the lowest, with one voice, of one accord, the oft-re-peated "Self-Interest is the Oreat Motive Power," will greet yna. Yet, what a contradiction in terns, and in fact, is this bugbear when narrowed down to a practical test! While theological law, with its attendant bigotry, superstition, cant, and hypocricy, is sought, by reason of glittering fashionables, by some in all classes , while every man believes himself a thorough-bred jurift, fitted for the highest position within the gift of the American people ; while Institutes, Societiee and Colleges, with high-sounding names, having for their o ject the advancement of the arts and sciences, are found without number; while every demagogue, pedagogue, and petty brawler, in the pulpit, on the rostrum, at street corners, and in the grogshops, overflows with terms of the abstrusest sciences, by means of a...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 23 August 1867
9th Term of the San Jose School OOWMBNCZD 01 Thursday, Aiigust Ist, 1867, THE Term will consist of TWENTY WEEKS, or five mouths, of four weeks each. PRICES, BOARD AND TUITION, Including instruction in Vocal Music, from $12 to $20 per month, of four weeks, or from $60 to $100 per Term—payable monthly, in advance.— Scholars to furnish their own sheets, pillow slips, towels, knife, fork, spoon, etc. Parents and guardians desiring to place their children, will do well to consider the advantages offered by this School, and if they desire to place them at school, should do so at the beginning ol the Term. par Instrumental Music, extra. jy2l-tf P. W.CASSEY, YOITR TEETH ! TEETH ! SAVE TT&lt; "E 3VT . HAVE you the Toothache f Are your Gum? swollen and painful ? Do your Teeth crumble away, and cease to be of use to you ? Are your Teeth loose, and is your breath offensive ?— Have you lost so many teeth that you can no longer masticate your food without great trouble? If your ills, kind...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 23 August 1867
ST. MARK'S * ft Hotel and Restaurant, No. 25 ST. MARK'S PLACE, Bet. Kearny and Dnpont Streets, near Market. FURNISHED and Unfurnished Rooms to Let. BOARD by the Day or Week. MEALS served npon the European plan, from 7 o'clock a. &gt;i. to 10 p. M. Private Rooms for Parties. Strangers arriving in the City will find tbis a pleasant and comfortable home. MEAI,M, 25 CENTS. ICE CRIIAM of a superior quality eVeiv i SUNDAY EVENING. '% ' apl9 JAMES H. BELL, n ' liair-Dressing and Bathing Saloon, No. 91C KEARNY STREET. J. 3VT- WHITFIEXjIDIEHHI HAS taken the establishment formeily occupied by A. J. WARD, and solicits the patronage ol the public. SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING and SHAMPOOING in the best style. PERFUMERY, COSMETICS, etc.. for sale. no3o New England Soap Factory J. P. DYER HAVING removed his Soap Factory to the Potrero, where he will continue the business . of Manufacturing Extra Family, Cliemical, Olive and Eureka Soap. J. P. Dyer will be glad to see all his old friends and cust...
NEW LIFE FROM THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
NEW LIFE FROM THE DEAD. A young man was walking one evening in the early part of this century, on the banks of the fairest river in France, just where it sweeps round the town of Aries. He was tall and well made, with delicate features, shadowy blue eyes, and an almost feminine sweetness of expression; and as be sauntered dreamily along, be balf sung, half chanted an old French balled in a soft, musical voice—for Leon Grenier was a true Provencal, of the type which has reproduced itself in every age, and never failed to have some representa tives in that land of romance since the days of "bon roy Bene," who still lives in the hearts of the people. He was a poet and a musician, and lived for the most part in an ideal world of his own, where sweet sounds and bright visions be guiled him, like an enchanted kaight in Bome fairy garden of old. Happily for Leon, it was not necessary that he should work for his living, or it would have fared ill with him in this practical age. His father w...
FkO*es6br Huxley ou Ethnology. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
FkO*es6br Huxley ou Ethnology. This distinguished scholar delivered recently a very interesting series of lectures before the Royal Society of London. A correspondent of the New York Tribune gives the following synopsis of his views on ethnology: The great series of lectures of the year —the greatest, perhaps, ever delivered in London on its subject—have been those on ethnology, with which Prof. Huxley has just closed the season. So impressed were his hearers, among whom were eminent men and women—iiiss Cobbs and Lady Lyell being very ready listeners— with the immense number of novel facts adduced, that the Professor ha? been earnestly petitioned on the subject of their publication. It will, however, 1 have reason to fear, be five or six years before he will be able, amid his pressing duties at Jermyn street Museum, the Rojal College of Surgeons, and the Koyal Institution (;n all of which he is now a leading Professor) to prepare them for publication. It is impossible for me, in the...
Porter-bouse steaks. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
Porter-bouse steaks. 1 lie origin of the name of 44 porter- ; house steaks " took place about the year t 1814, in the following manner: Martin I Morrison was the proprietor of a long esj tablished and well kept 44 porter house " &gt; located and known at that period at No, [ 837 Pearl street, New York, near the r ". Walton House." We introduce . him in 1813, where we find he opens &amp; i ''porter house" at No. 43 Cherry street, 1 which became a popular resort with many , of the New York pilots for his prepared hot meals at any hour, at their call, they . being occasionally detained on shipboard until their vessels were safely moored. The 44 porter-house*" in those days were not so devoted to tippling, dram drinking, and the common nests for the loafing, or the manufacturing of politicians and corrupt officials, as at the present day; but served to accommodate the hungry and thirsty travelers, old and young bachelors, seamen and others, with a cold lunch, after the E...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
CiROVER and BAKGR's ELASTIC STITCH FAMILY SEWING MACHINES! For EMBROIDERY, Are exclusive. For BRAIDING, Ate unexoelled. For QUILTING, Are unapproachable. For HEMMING," Are superior. For TUCKING, Are unequaled. For GATHERING, Are unsurpassed. For FELLING, Are admirable. For STITCHING, Arefaultless. EXPERIENCE proves that there are bat two valvable Sewing Machine Stitches, the "Gro ver Jfc Baker" stitch and the "Shuttle " or lock ititch. The Grover &amp; Baker S. M. Co. arc the only manufacturers who furnish machines of each style, and are therefore the only dealers who afford an impartial opinion of their relative merits. A pamphlet containing samples of both these stitches in various fabrics, witb full explanations, diagrams and illustrations,to enable the purchaser to eximinb, test and coMPAHK tbeir relative merits, will be furnished on application. R. G, BROWN, Agent, 116 Montgomery St.. under Occidental Hotel, dell Real Estate Agency. I*. y&gt;L. BELL, REAL ESTATE...
UNION STATE TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
UNION STATE TICKET. fflje (KUbatoiv SAN FRANCISCO: FRIDAY AUGI ST 30, 18r,T.' For Governor GROUGE C. GORHAM of San Franoifco. For Lieutenant Governor J- P. JONES . ot Trinity. For Secretary of State W. 11. PARKS : of Sutler. For State Controller JOSIAII HOW ELL of Sacramento. For Justice of Supreme Court JOIIN CI RRE\ of Solano. For Surveyor General CHARLES REED j of Yolo. For Attorney General J. C. M'CULLOUGH of Maripoa*. For State Treasurer.. .ROMUALDO PACIIECO. of San Luis Obispo. For Ilarbor Commissioner.CHAßLES CLAYTON of S*n Francisco. For Clerk of Supreme Court E. G. WAITE of Nevada. For State Printer T). O. M'CARTHY of San Francisco. For Superintendent of Public InHtruc'inn, JOHN SWETT] of San Francisco.
CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
CONGRESSIONAL TICKET. First District T. G. PIIELPSI of San Mateo. Second District \VM. lIIGBY j of Calevaras. Third District CHANCELLOR UARTSON! of Nipa. f?" Agents for The Elevator who wish to | remit money to us can send by Wells, Fargo &amp; Co.'s Express; or, if the amount is sufficient fjet a draft—the commission to be at our expense. Money can also be sent from the fol- \ lowing places by postal orders: Sacramento, Stockton, San Jose, Sonora, Marysville, and Nevada; likewise from Portland, Oregon, and Virginia City, Nevada. ry We will send The Elevator to sub- 1 •cribers in the Eastern States at five dollars per year, payable in legal tenders. We send regularly by every steamer mail.
Acknowledgments. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
Acknowledgments. «V • • Remittance received for subscription! from S. E. Cuncy, Idaho City, I. I. I_,(titers received at this office from Miss S. J. Ward, Portland, Oregon ; I&gt;. Redfiold, Oakland. Arrivals.—Mrs. George Grimes, New Haven, Ct. ; Mrs. M. W. Gibbs and children, Victoria. Immaxuel No. 4 has been unavoidably ommitteil for some weeks 4 It will appear in our next. Received.—Letters directed to our care for Samuel H. Hatton, Mrs. Skanks, and Mrs. Cecelia V. Williams. Clerical.—Rev. O. C Wheeler has received and accepted a call from the Baptist Church in San Jose. Our Spectacles.—We found thorn in a friend's house. Mr. James C. Cowes, sympathizing with us in our supposed loss, presented us a pair of fine glasses. A Mistake.—Rev. J. J. Moore did not arrive last week, as we announced. He is still absent. For the information of his friends—who are legion, we refer to an admirable letter from him in another column. The Sunday Mercury.—Under the new regime this popular ...
WHY WE ARE IN FAVOR OF GEO C GORHAM FOR GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
WHY WE ARE IN FAVOR OF GEO C GORHAM FOR GOVERNOR. He is loyal. His record (luring the war of the rebellion is clear and undeniably loyal. Before the commencement of the war, iu l&amp;f&gt;0, when the South was threatening secession, which many good and trne men supposed was only the usual blustering and bullying which that section had used from time immemorial to frighten the North into more compromises and concessions to slavery, he was a Douglass Democrat ; he adhered to the fortuues of his great leader, whose party differed very little from the Republican party in their I opposition to the encroachments of the; slave power. When Judge Douglass was' cheated out of his nomination at the J Charleston Convention, and Mr. Lincoln was elected President, and the South pre pared to put their threats into execution, Mr. Gorham followed his chieftain, and gave all the influence and power of his I young manhood to sustain the adininistra-i tion and preserve the Union inviola...
DEMOCRATIC LOGIC. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
DEMOCRATIC LOGIC. Mr. Haight, tho great apostle of the Democracy, in his recent speeches continually intermingles the question of negro suffrage with Chinese immigration. With logical arguments worthy of Dogberry he says, if wo admit the negro to vote we must grant the same privilege to the Chinese. There is no analogy between the cases. The negro is a native American, loyal to tho Government, and a lover of his country and her institutions —American in all his ideas ; a Christian by education, and a believer of the truths of Christianity from principle. The Chinese are foreigners, unacquainted with our system of government, adhering to their own habits and customs, and of heathen or idolatrous faith. The negroes ask for the rights of citizenship as their just due ; the Chinese, being only sojourners here, do not wish citizenship by naturalization if he could obtain it, which Mr. Gorham says they cannot. In every war in which our Government has been engaged—from the revolution to th...
An Open Letter to some of our Agents-After the manner of "Asterion." [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
An Open Letter to some of our AgentsAfter the manner of "Asterion." To Messrs. A, B, C, D, etc.— Gentlemen:—l have written you private letters, to some one, to others, more.— From some I have received unsatisfactory replies—some not even deigned an answer. I have not time to write you again individually, so I will address this open ' letter to all delinquent Agents. I have sent The Elevator weekly to | your respective addresses, from three to twenty copies, according to your original, order, and from neither of those referred to have I received any remittance for more I than a year. Some of our agents have j been receiving the paper for nearly two j years, and have not sent a dime ; others j are over a yeariu arrears. I dislike dun-j ning, and this will be the last time 1 will : ever allude to the subject. I suppose some think because I do not, dun weekly that The Elevator is a flour-1 ishing institution, and can wait. In this you are very much mistaken. The expenses are heavy and m...
Lines to the Memory of Jas. H. Anderson. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 August 1867
Lines to the Memory of Jas. H. Anderson. BY ANNIE E. DYER. Farewell, dear friend, forever, Thou art numbered with the dead, We mourn thy sad departure, And our tears are freely shed. Thou art gone to heavenly mansions— We shall see thy face no more. Thou hast left a name behind thee That will live forever more. Thou hast past to life immortal— We too may follow soon ; May we live this life of sorrow So that death will be no doom. One word to the young convertsMay we ever faithful prove, And in the day of parting May we join those we love. We must tru «t in God, our Father, Who doeth all things well; And in His own due season In heaven with llim we'll dwell.