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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 3 January 1868

9th Term of the San Jose School OOHJIUCID °* Thursday, August Ist, 1867, THE Term will consist of TWEXTT WEEKS, or five mouths, of four weeks each. PRICES, BOAUD 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, ete. Parents and guardians desiring to place their children, will do well to cousider tbe advantages offered by this School, aud if they desire to place them at school, should do so at tbe beginning of the Term. Instrumental Music, extra. jy2l-tf P. W. CASSEY, Y O TJ B _______ TEETH ! T£GTH ! SAVE 1 « "B M . HAVE yon the Toothache ? Are your Gums swollen and painful ? Do your Teeth erum- ® ble away, and cease to be of use to you t Are 1 your Teeth loose, and is your breath offensive ?— ' Have you lou so many teeth that you can no lon- ' ger masticate yonr food without great trouble T If your ills...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 3 January 1868

Ri R. Ri PILLS. DR. RADWAY'S PILLS — Dose — For Regulating the Liver, Stomach, Bowels, and Kidneys. One Pill at Sight. For Obstinate Diseases and Chronic complaints 4 to 6— every 24 hours. As a Dinner Pill, one Pill one hour before dining will ensure a good appetite, and healthy digostion. Dr. RADWAY'S PILLS are COMPOUNDED FROM VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, Coated Willi Sweet Gum, and arc the best, quickest, and safest Purgative, Aperient. Anti-Bilious and Cathartic Mcdlclne known to Kledical Science. One of Dr. Rad way's Pills contains more of the actlvc principle of cure, and will act quicker on the Liver, Rowels, Stomach, Kidneys, Bladder, Blood, &c., than four or six or the ordinary common Purgative Cathartic Pills sold under various uamci, or than ten grains of Blue Mass. TRUE COMFORT FOR THE AGED AND OTHERS AFFLICTED WITH COB- - AND PARALYSIS OF THE BOWELS. ONE TO THREE OF RADWAY'S PILLS once in 24 hours will sccure regular evacuations from the bowels. Persons who for 20 yea...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

THE ELEVATOR, A Weelsly Journal of Progress. "EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW." Vol. 3. No, 41. San Francisco, California, Friday, January 10, 1808. Whole Number, 145.

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ORATION Delivered by Rev. J. B. Sanderson, January let, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

ORATION Delivered by Rev. J. B. Sanderson, January let, 1868. CONTINUED. Mr. Lincoln then determined upon emancipation, and prepared the draft of the proclamation. He submited it to his Cabinet in August, 1862. Some of the members feared the effect of the measure. ; Vr. Seward said, " Mr. President, I approve the proclamation, but I question the expediency of its issue at this juncture. The depression of the public mind consequent on our repeated reverses is so great that I fear the effect. It may bo viewed as the last measure of an exhausted Government —a cry for help—the Government stretching forth its hand to Ethiopia, instead of Ethiopia stretching forth her hands to the Government. I propose that you postpone the issuance of the proclamation until you can give it to the country supported by military success." Paid Mr. Lincoln : " The wisdom of the view of the Secretary struck me with great force. I put the draft aside, waiting for a victory.'-' The next news we had was Pope'B d...

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A Fortunate Advertisement. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

A Fortunate Advertisement. CONCLUDED. Annie brought a bundle of letters; heavy, soiled, but precious letters they were, telling of a strange life, of hardships, adventures, and homo yearnings. They were written in that buoyant, hap py style, Barton's own ; and as she read, tier lips quivered in *pite of her efforts, while her father shaded his dim eyes with his hand, In several of the letters he told of a friend he had made there—Benjamin Hart—whom he warmly described as a true heart, and gayly mentioned as his sweet heart. "It is this Mr. Hart that wrote us that long letter about his death," said Mrs. Churchill, wiping her ejes. "Yes," said Annie, holding up a close ly written sheet, "this, you know, came inclosed in Mr. Riley's note, announcing his death. He must have known all about Barton's affairs," she said, looking over the letter, "fur here ho writes : 'As; his friend, Mr. Riley, arrived the day before his death, and will inform you concerning the disposal of his business he...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

Fin ST :P iHEivrxxjis^;, GOLD MEDAL AWARDED TO WHEELER & WILSON'S FAMILY siiwinii^mAcaiM, — ALSO — Tlie First Premium Gold Medal AWARDED TO THE W 0 2=, ©iM BUTTON-HOLE ATTACHMENT, AT THE Great Paris Exposition, 1867.! Being the highest honors nnd all the Gold Medals awarded to any Sewing Machine Company at this Exposition. Customers can now be supplied with Stoddard's patent Tuck Marker, one of the most useful attachments that has yet been invented, —which, while securing ons Tnck makes the line marks 'or the next. W. M. STODDARD, Cor. Sacramento and Montgomery Hte. noB San Francisco. JOHN BTBATMAN General Periodical Agent AND WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER. No. 506 Washington Street. PETER P. HOIN, jr. FELIX J. HOIN HOIN & BRO. Book, Stationery and News, EMPORIUM. N. W. corner Montgomery and Jackson streets San Francisco. [all J. W. SXTLLXVA.3ST, Newspaper and Periodical DEPOT, No. 516 Washington Street. WHITE & BAUKB GENERAL NEWS AGENTS, ...

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®jjf (f lcOator. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

®jjf (f lcOator. SAN FRANCISCO: FRIDAY JANUARY 10, lrtiifl. CF* Agents for The Elevator who wish to remit money to us enn send by Wells, 1-argo & Co.'s Express ; or, if the amount is sufficient | get a draft—the commission to be at our ex-1 pense. Money can also be sent from the foU lowing places by pestal orders: Sacramento, Stockton, San Jose, Sonora, Marysville, and Nevada j likewise from Portland, Oregon, and Virginia City, Nevada. |-y We will send TnE Elevator to subscribers in the Eastern States at five dollars per year, payable in legal tenders. We send reguiarly by every steamer mail.

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Acknowledgments. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

Acknowledgments. Remittances received from Landmark Lodge, Sonora, by J. H. Whittier ; J. H. Joqcb. Stockton; Wm. Slade, Washington, I). C., by W. 11. Yates. We return our grateful thanks to a few of our friends for their substantial remembrance of us on New Year's day. We learn that there is more coming. We will allude again to their kindness. Letters received from J.Julian Spelmau, New York ; A H. Francis, Victoria, B C.; liev. S. B. Serrington, Stockton. C'howpkd Opt.—Several interesting com ■iunicatious are crowded out this week.— Thcv will appear in our next Dr.sK rmom to let at our office, 614 Battery street. Auy enterprising young man wishing to establish a newspaper depot and agency, will find this* a good opening. To Correspondents.—We received a communication from Stockton which we decline to publish, for reasons heretofore given. The notice referred to was not sent to this paper. We always correct whatever comes to us imperfect. Personal. —We had the pleasure of an interv...

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A. QUESTION OF RACES [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

A. QUESTION OF RACES The Examiner, of the 20th ult., copies from the Maryland Unwn an article on the " Sttitus and Destiny of the Negro." This is another attempt to revive the exploded theory by Lord Monbodo of the " connecting links," and it contains more absurdities, ethnological falsehoods and scientific | misrepresentations than we ever met in I the same space. The writer asserts : first, that the negro is not a lineal descendant of Adam, be|cause it would be in violation of " the immutable decrees of God that every living thing should bring forth after its kind," assuming that Adam was of the Caucasian |or white race. Were it pertinent to our subject, we might show that the "immutable decree " was omitted in reference to Adam, and also it is far more probable, from the region where the Garden of Eden is supposed to have been, that our great progenitor was of one of the other races which the writer enumerates. He next says that Noah and his three sons are the representative head...

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The Zion Methodist Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

The Zion Methodist Conference. The Rt. Rev. Bishop J. J. Clinton, of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Chuith of America, having arrived in this city on the 2d instant, held the opening session of an Annual Conference in the Zion Church on Stockton street, at 2 o'clock p. sr. on Wednesday. Several preachers and lay delegates were present. The Bishop's opening address was very interesting and impressive. He opened the Conference by reading from the Prophecy of Isaiah, 52 ch., followed by singing and prayer and the address, after which the members of the Conference arose individually and congratulated the Bishop in his safe arrival through the Providence of God on our midst, and every heart seemed to be overflowing with gratitude to God for his gracious favor, and bringing safely into our midst our beloved Bishop, whom we have long anticipated with anxious hearts. The Bishop is a man of rare talents, lie comes to this coast from a large field of labor in the South, where he has bee...

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Letter No. 4 from Japan [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

Letter No. 4 from Japan Kanagawa, Yokohama, ) •Japan, Dcc. 6, 1867. f Mr. KniTOR :—Per "Great Republic" 1 sent you my third communication. I had scarcely laid down my pen, when lo I behold the wand of the steam wizzard bids me up and to the work again. By Jove, here's the "China," the third of the mighty, grand and beautiful of the master-pieces of American energy and unshrinking perseverance, Oh ! what a people ; what a progress. Who that shall behold tliec, America—thou emenation of an immortal Washington—thou perfect completion of a patriotic Lincoln—behold thee twenty years hence, when thou art in thy pristine glory, grandeur and greatness, still more powerful, yet more sapient, yea, more philanthropic and truly more liberty-lov-ing, than Rome, the rich, the wise, the proud, the Rome of middle days ; who that beholds thee then will not say that the force of thy ever onward progress hath caused the very ends of the earth to rejoice, made its people glad, and bound, as it were, on...

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. ; Money Received from Emancipation Day Celebrations for tnC Freedmen. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

. Money Received from Emancipation Day Celebrations for tnC Freedmen. Mr. Editor :—lt gives mo great pleasure to acknowledge the following sums in the way and for the purpose indicated above : Colored people's celebration in Sacramento, per John Gales, $20 85, coin ; J. P. Cogswell and wife, San Jose, $10, l. t. How many more remembered the poor freedmen whilst they were celebrating the anniversary of their emancipation ? We shall see. Had the colored people noticed the following telegrams on Emancipation Day ? "New Orleans, Dec. 14th.—Reports at headquarters say that 3,000 whites and 6,000 blacks are at the poiut of starvation in Louisiana." "Dec. 22d.—Gen. Ord has dispatched an officer of the Freedmen's Bureau to Washington to represent to the Government the starving condition of the freedmen." Permit me, in this connection, to acknowledge the following other sums received for the freedmen from colored people not before published : Samuel Bevins, $100 ; Henry Guess, $20 ; meeting ...

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Letter from Sacramento. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

Letter from Sacramento. Another year Las closed. The old one left sorrow in some hearts, joy in others. 'Such is life—joy and sorrow, storms and sunshine. Let ns hope that'6B will bring to each household double joy, and clothe all with Equality and Freedom, the only I safeguards to a nation's happiness. The weather is cold and bleak. A cloak or an overcoat becomes very acceptable. A house destitute of a fire at present is a good parallel for an ice berg. Freedom's Natal Day, this day of joy and thanksgiving, was celebrated in good style. At suurise a national salute was fired. As he emerged from the horizon, the Stars and Stripes floating to the breeze gave evidence that the issues of the day were remembered. At one o'clock the votaries of freedom met atSiloam Baptist church to pay homage to liberty's God. The orator, Rev. James H. Ilubbard, made one of his best efforts, and gave us an excellent oration. The ceremonies were well conducted, and the scene closed , with joy and glee. T...

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From thf> Pacific Review. Our Banking System. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

From thf> Pacific Review. Our Banking System. Tbe framers of the Constitution of California committed an enormous blunder in excluding banks and banking from the political system. It is true that banks have burst and hurt many pe r sona ; so have steam boilers. It were as wise to exclude the steam boiler from mills, factories and ships, as to exclude banks and banking from our commerce and industry. Bauks {father money as rivers gather rain drops from the hillsides. Money kept idly in men's pockets, or stowed away in old stockings or trunks, is while so kept, a total and a serious loss to the whole community Money is the sign of labor, and, if suffered to lie idle, labor becomes stagnant. The labor of the community, or, in other words, the money which labor has realized, but does not at present need, should b6 circulated with a healthy pulsation among the people. Money is in that sense additional labor set in motion.— Bauks are to the body politic what the heart's ventric...

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PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

PETITION. To the Honorable, the Senate and Assembly o F the State of California, in Legislature assembled — This petition)' the Colored Citizens of California respectfully showeth that your petitioners are native born American citizens, of nil age and of average intelligence. They are acquainted with the Laws and Constitution of the General and State Governments, and arc noted for being alaw-abiding class, respectors of all the statutes of the land, and rendering due obedience to the powers that be. They arc tax payers, and willingly render all the aid and assistance in their power to support the Government and institutions of the country. By the organic law of this State your petitioners are deprived of the Right o'f Suffrage, and we would respectfuly pray that your Honorable bodies recommend to the people of this State an alteration of the Constitution by the addition of a clause to the first Sectiou of Article 2d of said Constitution, in the following words, to wit: Provided that...

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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

MARRIED. In Sacramento, January Ist, by Rev. Mr. McDonald, Mr. Walter Edmunds to Miss Sarah L. Linchcomb, of Sacramento. We congratulate our young friends on their auspicious commencement of the new year. In San Jose, Santa Clara county, Mondav, December 30, 1867, by Rev. Adam B. Smith, Mr. Charles O'Bryant to Miss Caroline Green, both of tian Jose. In New York, at the residence of Professor Chas. L Reason, November 21, 1867, by Rev. D. D. Hiscox, D. D., Rev. Win. Spelmau, Pastor of Abyssinian Babtist Church, N. Y., to Miss Maria Barnes. In Ithaca, N. Y., at the residence of the bride's father, November 23, 1867, by Rev. John Thomas, Mr. Thomas Allen to Miss Catherine, daughter of Rev. Basil Mackall.

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

DIED. In this city, December 28th, 1867, Frederick 11. llarper, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 45 years.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 10 January 1868

NOTICE. To the friends of the Emancipation Proclamation:— There will be a Public Meeting held in the Vestry of the A. M. E. Church, Powell street, on Friday Evenino, January 10th, at which the Committee of Arrangements will make their final report. The Pacific Brass Hand will be present MASONIC NOTICK. At a meeting of Olive Branch Lodge, A No. 5, F. & A.M., held on Friday '"'i-Vy ing, December 27th, A. D. 1867, A. L. /\r\ 5867, the following brothers were installed ofli- . eers for the ensuing Masonic year: Henry Tolbert, W. M. Alexander Cochron, S. W. William FT. Blake, J. W. Edward Quin, Treasurer. Nelson Cook, Secretary, John Blake, S. 1). Aaron Cisco, J. 1). Joseph Jacques, Tyler. A MASONIC RECORD. A Hannibal Lodge No. 1, F. and A. M., of San Francisco, meet every Wednesday Evening, at Masonic Hall, corner of Mason Street and Broadway. Monthly Meeting, first Wednesday in each month. George A. Devall, W. M. A. F. PniLLiPS, Secretary. Philomathean Lodge No. 2, F. and A...

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