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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 January 1868
NEW OPPOSITION LINE : VIA PANAMA. THE N. A. S. S. Co. will dispatch and commodious Steamship the elegant OREGONIAN JOSEPH SUTTON Commander, FOR PANAMA, From Mission St. Wharf, SATURDAY, - - JANUARY 25, '68. Connecting, via Panama Railroad, at Aspinwall with ibe Company's splendid Steamship NEBRASKA, 2500 tons, FOR NEW YORK. All steamers of this Company will hereafter touch at Manzanillo each way. Freight and pas sage at reduced rates. Passage Tickets from Liverpool and Queenstown, by the Liverpool and Great Western Steamship Company's staunch and elegant Steamships, at unusually low rates. Passage from Bremen, Hamburg, Southampton and Havre, by first-class steamers of the North German Lloyds, at very low rates. The Company will dispitch a Steamer February 15th, via Panama ; February 25th, via Nicaragua. One hundred pounds of baggage free. An experienced Surgeon on board., Medicines and attendance tree For further information, anplv to I. W. RAYMOND, Agent, N. W. cor. Battery &am...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 January 1868
Tlie Heroes of Fort Wagner THE NEGRO IN THE AMERICAN REBELLION : HIS HEROISM AND HIS FIDELITY. BY WM. WELLS BROWN, " Once a fugitive slave, and for many years past well known as an eloquent public speaker." One Vol. 12mo. 400 pages. Price $2 50. Sent, post paid, upon receipt of price. SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION. OK this truly valuable work, the only book treating ot the services performed by the negro in the late war, the "Independent" says : " Thk Niuro in tub Rebellion.—lt was a happy thought wheu Mr. Wells Browu projected this work. It will be a happy day for America when its pages are generally studied and its suggestions faithfully carried out. The prejudice that has made the national arm hang down and its heart like water, his no parallel in modem, if in any history. That we should have treated a million of men, of the best material for soldiers, with euch unspeakable loathing ; that we should have refused to allow them to help us till we bad let scores if not hundreds of thous...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 January 1868
10th Term of the San Jose School COMMENCED ON Thursday, Jauuaty 13th, 1867, THE Term will consist of TWENTY WEEKS. or five months, of four weeks each. PRICES, BOARD AND TUITION, Including instruction in Vocal Music, from $12 to $20 per mouth, ot lour weeks, or from $60 to $100 per Term—payable monthly, in advance.— Scholars to furnish their own sheets, pillow slips, towels, kuife, fork, spoon, etc. Parents and guardians desiring to place their children, will do well to cotsider the advantages offered by this School, and if they desire to place them at school, should do so at the beginning of the Term. Instrumental Music, extra. jy21-tf P. W.CASSEY, YOUR TEETH ! TEETH ! SAVE THEM. HAVE you the Toothache? Are your Gums swollen and paiuful ? 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 reader, come under any...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 January 1868
R. R. R. PILLS. DR. RADWAY'S PILLS — Dose — For Regulating the Liver, Stomach, Bowels, and Kidneys. One Pill at Night. 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 with Sweet Gum, and are the best, quickest, and safest Purgative, Aperient. Anti-Bilious and Cathartic Medicine known to Medical Science. One of Dr. Radway's Pills contains more of active principle of cure, and will act quicker on the Liver, Bowels, Stomach, Kidneys, Bladder, Blood. &amp;c., than four or six of the ordinary common Purgative Cathartic Pills Mold under vurious names, or than ten grains of Blue Mass. TRUE COMFORT FOR THE AGED AND OTHERS AFFLICTED WITH COSTIVENESS AND PARALYSIS OF THE BOWELS. ONE TO THREE OF RADWAY'S PILLS once in 24 hours will secure regular evacuations from the bowels Persons who for 20 years ...
Fiora the AUantio Monthly. A Mysterious Persoua^e. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
Fiora the AUantio Monthly. A Mysterious Persoua^e. CONTINUED. ! According to Lis story—to give one examp'e out of a score—lie bad been obliged to apply for the benefit of the In solvent Act, in Philadelphia, owing to losses be bad sustained by lending money to distressed compatriots, and eleemosynary outcasts, and bad been opposed in the '' ourt of Insolvency by Colonel John I&gt;tilie, Jr., and Mr. Henry Mcllvaine, who threatened him with a prosecution for the forgery of consular papers, if he ;dared to appear. He declared that he) i did appear, nevertheless, and was honorary discharged; that his c'aims and evidences of debt, banded over to Mr. Mcll-I vaine, the assignee, amounted to &amp;7.G20, for cash lent, while bis debts altogether amounted to less than $1,000; that he was arrested while in court, on a warrant for forgery, and there subjected to a long and rigorous examination by Messrs. Mc Ilvaine and Stille, who had got possession |of all the claims against h...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
Commodore Chauncey, during the | war of 1812, commanded for a portion of the time the fleet on Lake Ontario, and i had the extremely good fortune never to exchange a ho-tile shot with the enemy. There were a great many uncharitable enough to blame the Commodore for this, as they believed he wa? rather anxious j that this should be the case. Several I years after he was placed in charge of a | navy yard,and one day caught a youngster j with a basket gathering chip 9. Walking up to him, he snatchcd the basket from his hand, and in a rough tone ordered him to leave the premises at once, while he confiscated his property for his presumption in entering on the forbidden ground. The little fellow backed away until assured that he was beyond danger, and then he called out: ' Keep the basket if you want it! It is the only prize you ever took! " An EnglUh champion swimmer swam &gt;a thousand yards in seventeen minutes. This is said to be the fastest time on irecord.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
FIRST GOLD MEDAL AWARDED TO WHEELER &amp; WILSON'S | IF .A. "ML I Ij "Y BBWING|LMACHIIj - ALSO — The Firnt Premium Gold Medal AWARDED TO TOE &amp; BUTTON-HOLE ATTACHMENT, AX THE Great Paris Exposition, 1867. Being the highest honors and all the Gold M daiawarded to any Sewing Machine Com- ! piny at this Exposition. Customers can now be supplied with Stoddard's patent Tcck Marker, one of the most useful at tachments that has yet been invented,—which, while securing on? Tack makes the line marks *or the next. W. M. STODDARD, Cor. Sicramento and Montgomery Sts. noB San Francisco. JOHN ST£IA.T3WEA3Sr General Periodical Agent AND WHOLESALE &amp; RETAIL DEALER. No. 506 Washington Street. FKTEK P. HOIN, jr. FELIX J. HOIN HOIN&amp;BRO. Book, Stationery and News, EMPORIUM. N. W. comer Montgomery and Jackson street* San Francisco. fall J. W- SXJLXjX'V_A_3ST, Newspaper and Periodical DEPOT, No. 516 Washington Street, wil IT E&amp;BAUE R GENERAL NEWS AGEN...
Bjjt dfcltkator. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
Bjjt dfcltkator. SAN FRANCISCO: FRIDAY JANUARY 31, 1308. XW 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 get a draft—the commission to be at our expense. Money can also be sent from the following places by postal orders: Sacramento, Stockton, San Jose, Sonora, Marysville, and Nevada; likewise from Portland, Oregon, and Virginia City, Nevada. jy We will send The Elevator to subscribers in the Eastern States at five dollars per year, payable in legal tenders. We send regularly by every steamer maiL
Acknowledgments. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
Acknowledgments. Mrs. E. Fisher, Mount Morris, N. Y., by Mrs. G. Smith, 6 months subscription ; &gt; Capt. Rawlins, Carsou, Nev., 6 months. Letters received at this office from Mr. F. Massev, Gilroy ; S. D. Reese, Lincoln, j Arrivals.—ll. Byrd, Jackson, Amador county. Departures.—By steamer "Sacramento," Mrs. John Young, N. Y. Appointment.—We learn from a reliable pourcc that our friend F. G. Barbadoes, Esq., has received an appointment on the Capitol Police in Washington. The following letters directed to our care have been received at this office :— For Sam'l G. Ilatton, from Detroit, Michigan ; Israel Steveus, 2, from Baltimore ; j Mrs. Emily Stewart, from Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Isabella Anderson, from Baltimore ; Joseph Anderson, from Baltimore. St. Valentine has again established his head-quarters at Appletou's, No. 508 Montgomery street. He has valentines to suit all fancies. As this is Leap Year, the ladies are expected to purchase largely. He has a supply sufficient...
Bishop Clinton. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
Bishop Clinton. We acknowledge our remissness in not | noticing the movements and appointments] of this reverend gentleman. It was from no intentional neglect on our part. A friend promised to furnish us with the necessary information, but the urgency of his duties prevented him. We attended one meeting of the Conference, and was much pleased with the proceedings. The lecture Wednesday evening, of which we give a synopiss in another column, was attentively listened to by a very large audience for nearly two hours. Superintendent Clinton is a finished orator; of commandiog appearance, a voice almost musical in its intonations, and a graceful, easy style. His manner is conversational, he is at times almost too low, bis gestures few and appropriate. From his gentlemanly bearing, his Christian character and varied accomplishments, he is deservedly popular. The late Elias Howe, Jr., of sewing machine fame, left an estate valued at 1 $618,000.
BISHOP CLINTONS LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
BISHOP CLINTONS LECTURE. This reverend divine delivered a capital lecture on Wednesday evening in Zion 1 Methodist Church. Stockton street. The | 1 Bishop was introduced to the audience by Rev. John J. Moore in an appropriate ' address, which had the desired effect of bringing the lecture en rapport with his audience. After an affecting eulogiumon our martyred President, the Bishop comj meuced his lecture on the CONDITION ON THE FREEDMEN. He first gave a description of the celebration of the first anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation in Ncwburn, N. C., January Ist 1804. He was there fulfilling his Episcopal duties, and was also agent for the American and British Freedmen's Commission. He was invited to deliver the oration ; a large procession was formed, consisting of 8,000 persons, chiefly of those who had been emancipated by the Proclamation. His reception by that immense gathering was enthusiastic. After the oration the audience sang "John Brown," and the high dignitary o...
For The Elevator. The Organization and Close of the First California Annual Conference of the African M. E. Zion Church in America [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
For The Elevator. The Organization and Close of the First California Annual Conference of the African M. E. Zion Church in America This body met on Wednesday, the Bth inst., at 2 o'clock p. m., in the Zion Church on Stockton street, San Francisco, under the Presidency of the Rt. Rev. Joseph Jackson Clinton, one of the Bishops of the Zion connection. The session continued for eight successive days, which was characterized with deep interest, great harmony and important action—action not only relating to the interest of the Zion Church general, but relating to the general interest of the colored American citizens, as embraced in the action on the reports of committees on the state of the country and on education, as will appear in due time in public print. A marked feature of our deliberations was the executive ruling of Bishop Clinton, which was highly characteristic of enlightened progress and rapid advancement of our religious institutions. During the session we were visited by som...
From the Valley. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
From the Valley. morality versus immorality. How painful to behold a being with the ! impress of the Creator upon his brow, endowed with intellectual abilities which might stamp him an ornament to society, and a useful member thereof, striving by every means in his power to reach the lowest pit of degradation. To the lover of virtue the contemplation of such a spectacle is indeed painful and disgusting.— And yet in this progressive age we too often find women the apologists for many of the vices to which men are addicted ; too often, alas ! behold those creatines whose greatest boast is their infamy, lionized and courted by the fairer sex. What can we expect from such a course ;as this, other than that virtue should be at a discount, and vice bear on its face a | premium ? If we ever hope to be surj rounded by a better moral atmosphere than at present pervades the State of California, women must take a more decided | stand against vice and immorality in every ! form, than has ever b...
Letter from Stockton. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
Letter from Stockton. At a meeting of the colored citizens of [Stockton, convened January 21st, it was | resolved that a committee be appointed to communicate to the public organs of San | Francisco the steps and measures adopted by them in this city on the Ist of January, 1868, in honor of the fifth anniversary of Freedom. In view of that day all necessary preparation was made, and toward it all hearts eagerly looked with jubilant expectation. As it drew near and still, desire grew stronger and hope ! became more expansive ; nature itself seemed to predict the approach of a day ! bearing on its wings joy and peace to both j young and old—the sorrow of these being i turned into an ocean of rejoicing, while i the hearts of those need fear no tyrant's sway, nor dread the despot's power, but with bouyaut hearts they are able to triumph in the God-given liberty of heaven, "freedom of mind and body." Thus they waited until within two days of the long looked for morning, when nature seeme...
To the Friends of The Elevator. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
To the Friends of The Elevator. A few weeks ago the undersigned addressed a Circular to their personal friends and other of our leading men, stating the | financial embarrassments of The Elevator, and soliciting their co-operation to relieve the Editor aud place it on a permanent j foundation. We have received satisfactory replies from Messrs. James M. Reese, of Lincoln; | Denis C. Carter, Nevada City ; Richard i Miner, Lancha Plana; Edward llatton, j Lower Lake ; Wm M. Smith, Fiddletown; J. E. M. Gilliard, Santa Cruz, and F. W. B. Grinage, Coburn Station ; C. Livingston, A. Linchcomb, Geo. Haley, steamer " Chrysopolis Mrs. H. E. Smith, San Jose. We thank those gentlemen for their liberal response to our application, and again appeal to others to aid us in sustaining the best journal and the ablest defender of our rights we have ever had in California. The wants of The Elevator arc press-1 ing and immediate, and it depends now upon the justice and liberality of our people whether it...
Apostrophe to Lincoln. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
Apostrophe to Lincoln. Calvin B. McDonald is making the American Unionist, published at Salem, Oregon, glow with his articles of beauty and power. The following is a specimeu of his fine, vigorous writing. It reminds us of the days when he made the Flag a mine of literary wealth. Every sentence is a gem. It is as gorgeous as a string of diamonds in a setting of unalloyed gold : " Glorious Old Abe ! as votive millions love to call him in affection, how illustrious ho lived and died for Freedom, and how imperishable is the halo of his memory ! Like the strong man of the Hebrews, he shook down the temple of slavery with his lust departing strength, while that which was immortal swiftly ascended the Causeway of the skies. The sign of his de- | parture went round the circumference of the globe, and when the eternal gates were lifted up there was but one thought in all the sad memories of the people, and but one name faltered in a boundless vale of tears. The signals of mourning drooped i...
AGENTS FOR THE ELEVATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
AGENTS FOR THE ELEVATOR. CALIFORNIA. Wm. H. narper Sacramento John H. Jones Stockton George W. Smith San Jose E. P. Duplex Marysville Jos. H. Hatton Napa J. H. Cason Benicia L. A. Monroe Mariposa James M. Reese . Lincoln John Richards Santa Rosa Wm. Holmes Oroville E. McCabe Placerville [General Agent for El Dorado County.] J. Cefos Mud Springs R. H. Small Shingle Springs J. J. Levy Sutter Creek Wm. M. Smith ~. .Fiddletown George Proctor Sonora OREGON. Mark A. Bell. Portland Daniel Jones Salem NEVADA. W. Bullock Carson S;;Kdr tephe "' on, S Wm. H. Huff Aurora BRITISH COLUMBIA. Abner H. Francis Victoria John Anderson Williams Creek I. P. Gibbs NEW YORK CITY. Philip A. White.. .Druggist, 102 Gold Street [corner of Frankfort.] J, J. Spellman 37 Park Row BROOKLYN. Peter A. Williams 124 Putnam Avenue WASHINGTON, D. C. Chirles Datcher, Solomon G. Brown Wm. L. Jackson Panama, C. A.
PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 31 January 1868
PETITION. To the Honorable, the Senate and Assembly o f the Stale of California, in Legislature assembled — This petitionthe Colored Citizens of California respectfully showeth that your petitioners are natrve born American citizens, of ull age and of average intelligence. They arc 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 rcuderingdue obedience to the powers that be. They are 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 of Suffrage, and we would rcspectfuly 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 Section of Article 2d of said Constitution, in the following words, to wit: Provided that noth...