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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865

The Trustees of Livingstone Institute. ' A Meeting of the Trustees of T.ivinpstone Institute was convened in Zion Church, Stockton Street, on the ;]()th of May, at 8 o'clock, P. M., at which it was resolved that a call he issued, through the papers, The Elevator and Pacific Appeal, requesting all the Trustees and Stockholders in the State to meet in San Francisco, !on WEDNESDAY, the 2d day of AUGUST next ensuing, at 11 o'clock, a. m., in the Zion < 'hureh, on Stockton Street. All to he present ; without fail, either in person or by proxy, liy order of the Hoard, E. JOHNSON, President J. J. Moore, Secretary. San Francisco, May 31, 186.5, [je'2-2m U. S. 7-30 LOAN. I By authority of tiik secretary of THI ( Treasury, the undersigned has assumed the Genera Subscription Agency for the sale of United States Treasury I Notes, bearing seven and three-tenth* per cent, interest, per | annum, known as the SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN ! These Notes are Issued under date June 15th, 1865, and | ar...

Publication Title: Elevator
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TELECRAPHIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865

TELECRAPHIC SUMMARY. Major General Ord has been assigned to the artillery command of Oregon, with his healquarters at Portland. The Fortress Monroe Correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer says for some time a mutinous spirit has existed in the colored cavalry brigade belonging to the 25th Corps, the men declaring that the Government had no right to send them to Texas. On the 12th, when on board the steamer, this spirit of discontent took the form of open mutiny, and the vessel was run up to one of the wharves of the Fortress for assistance. Two companies of Third Pennsylvania Artillery were sent on board, under command of Major Van Schilling. On approaching the vessel containing the mutineers, they threatened to fire, and the Major resorted to stratagem, and, returning to the wharf, had the mutineers brought ashore under the guns of his men, in parties of two or three at a time. Thus they were all disarmed and returned again to the vessel. The effect will be only to delay the sec...

Publication Title: Elevator
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865

R EJOlt E, EVERYBODY, 1 Jeff is Captured and Rebellion Crushed ! j A ND E. FRANK lias on hand a better a-soft- , XX. meut of GENTS' FINE CLOTHING than i ever before, which be will ou REASONABLE TERMS. ."■A- Remember the STEAM I, OA! CLOTHING' STORE, 213 Pacilic Street. | >3-tf E. FRANK. | i A V K You It t r KTH ! AN aching Tooth if properly treat- j '•(1 and filled, can.- in nearly ' 'every instance—be rendered of ser-O I vice for many year? 1 . I I'er«ona wishing their Teeth attended to, will receive justice, iu the quality and price 9 of Dk i iCIIAS. K. LANCASTER S Ivntal Operations.' i FEATURES and FACILITY OF SPEECH reI stored by natural and easy fitting Artificial DkxI Tt-RKS. Any number of Teeth mounted, ou the most improved plan, in a skillful and durable manner. ttogf Office opeu all Night, All Operations warranted to give entire satisfaction, or no pay taken. COAS. E. LANCASTER, Dentist. t) 12 Dupout Street. | Between Washington aud Jackson. Sij;n of the GOLDEN T...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865

WM. McILWAIN, WATCH MAKER, No. 524 Battery Street, Opposite Postoffice—two doors from Jackson St. SAN FRANCISCO. Watches, < locks and Jewelry Kepaired an»l Warranted. ap28 THE OLD ESTABLISHED MAY FLOWER SALOON, (Atheiieeiiiu Riiihling,) No. 917 WASHINGTON STREET. Is still open for the accommodation of our friends GEORGE SMITH, Proprietor. ap21 Union Club Saloon, 734 Pacific St., near Stockton. '■puis Popular House of Entertainment is under JL the management of JOHN R. BLAKE, who will nsd his utmost efforts to accommodate Lis friends and the public, Superior LIQUORS, of all kiwis, and the best quality of CIGARS always on hand. ap7 BASS' HAIR DRESSING . .AND.. SHAVING SALOON, ! 925 Kearny Street. apT • Mouduy. January Hitli, 1860, WILL COMMKNCk THE Fourth Term of the San Jose School. r PIIE Teacher of the School takes pleasure in X announcing that the School Baildings havf been thoroughly repaired, and present an appearance creditable to u* as a people. They are com lortabl...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865

DR. JAMES JACKSON. INDIAN VEGETABLE PHYSICIAN, CURES Corns, Warts, Bunions, Toothache, Jaundice, Rheumatism, Consumption, Chilblains, Bruises, Dyspepsia, Worms in Children, and all Diseases incidendal to the climate, or the result of uttcident. OFFICE—No. 622 Battery street, near Pacific, up stairs, San Francisco. ap7 ATKINS MASSEY, UNDERTAKER, No, 651 Sacramento Slreet, FIRST HOUSE BELOW KEARNY STREET. Everything requisite for Funerals at the shortest notice. Old Georgia Restaurant, [Established in 1849,] 923 Kearny St., bet. Pacific and Jackson. | rpHE Proprietors of this popular establishment' X continue the same liberal course of business lor which the Georgia Restaurant has Lfeen noted. Our Larder is furnished with all the necessaries and luxuries the market affords, which we offer ai , the lowest living rates, and Meals served at ALL HOURS, as we are OPEN ALL ISTXOtIT. WILLIAM BRANCH, ap7 WASHINGTON COLYER, j 1 ropr!etorB * j NATHANIEL. GRAY, UNDEBTAKEK, 041 Sacramento street,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 30 June 1865

Highly Important Discovery. M. HOWARD, t ' World Kenowncd Practical Hair Dresser! - 522 Montgomery Street—up stairs. EXPERIENCED OPERATOR IN ALL DISEASES OF THE HUMAN SCALP, r ll >e Public of (he great and highly ±1 important discovery which he ha* made whereby be Prevent* the Hair from falling off, and also Re-i'rodicks Hair on BaldHkads! no matter of how long standing The process is known i only to himself, and he has demonstrated the effiI cacy of it in numerous cases. | Mr. Howard has been practicing his profession | in Virginia City, State of Nevada, where he has made innumerable cures of Baldness aud Scalp I Diseases, never failing in any single instance. lie j has certificates of his success from some of the I most prominent citizens of that City, aud j g peri milled to refer to many others. ap7-tf New England Soap Factory JAMES P. DYER HAVING removed his Soap Factory to the Potrero, where he Will continue the business of Manufacturing Extra Family, Chemical, Olive...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

THE ELEVATOR, A "Weelxly Journal of Progress, "EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW.'' Vol. 1. San Francisco, California, Friday, July 7, IBGS. No. 14-.

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ANAIVERSARY ODE. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

ANAIVERSARY ODE. BY ELIZA A. PITTBINGER. Oh, Swell the land with joy and song, And ring ye bells, your sweete»t chime ! For Freedom's march is bold und strong Above the changing sands of time ! Behold our eagle in her flight, The mountain storms she proudly braves! Her course is swifter than the light That beams upon a race of slaves. A race of Slaves ! a fettered Land ! How mighty was the chastening blow, That Right demanded, to withstand The passion-strife that nerved the foe! A race of Slaves ! u land at war With all that sought its jouth to blight j WTiere fled the Goddess to unbar The bolted prison gates of Light! 0, let the stars forever beam, And let the stripes forever wave. And let the brightening hues redeem The land from many a cherished grave ! 0 let the tword forever rest, And in its harmless scabbard lie ! For He has spoken! His behest Is heard above the battle-cry ! Let Freemen of all hue and creed In universal anthem trill The name of him. who lived to speed Three mi...

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Sensible Talk.: [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

Sensible Talk.: The New York Times, speaking of the emancipated negroes of the South, and the obligations of the Government to protect them from the oppression of their i former masters and the inmical laws of 'Slave States, throws out these sensibie J suggestions: " The Government cannot permanently : assume the charge of the blacks, while ! they remain within the State limits, with out trenching fatally upon the municipal | rights essential to State policy. And yet, ! probably, it cannot with safety remit this charge to the plenary discretion of the : States themselves. The Southern people may not any longer look upon the blacks as mere chattels ; but yet they will re(gard them as an inferior and servile race, i 1 hey will naturally be disposed to with- j ! hold from them the privileges which are indispensible to their civil and social etc- j vation, and to keep them in a benighted - and abject condition, best fit for passive service, and which will on'y be slavery i under another...

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Was it ever Paralleled ? [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

Was it ever Paralleled ? The year we arc now passing through, this Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-Five, stands out in grand, bold relief from all its precedessors a star of the first magnitude in Time's constellation. It saw the end of the imperious slaveholder's rebellion. i It saw the end of American slavery. Its earliest flowers covered the bier of a nation'B murdered hero. The sun and showers of its young month freshened the green grass over a martyr's grave. Its Spring-time witnessed the grandest funeral pageant that ever honored the dead or graced the living. It saw a nation, thirty million strong, drop scalding tears of sorrow on the tomb of the slain chief. It saw his murderer's dishonored corpse sunk in an unknown place, ere the victim reached his grave. It saw a procession of grief-struck 1 mourners two thousand miles in length. It saw the great dead carried home by a nation, in whose funeral train great cities were pall bearers, military chieftains the corpse-watchers, high c...

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From the Aruiy. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

From the Aruiy. A lady of this city has permitted us to read a letter she received from a friend in the army, from which, with her permission, we make the following extract. It is dated Charleston, S. C., May 8, 1805: "We were on a raid last month ; we inarched about 250 miles, and captured the, towns of Cauiden, Manning, Sumter, Manchester, and Statesburg. Wo also captured three pieces of artillery. We found twenty locomotives and two hundred and twenty cars, which we burned. We likewise freed 10,000 colored people, who were brought to Charleston. We had five days hard fighting on the march, and did good work for Freedom ami the I gave out and was sent back to Georgetown with the sick. lam getting better every day, and will report for duty in a few days. Wm, J. Nelson, Drum Major 54th Reg Mass. Vol. Extract from the Oration delivered by John W. Dwindle, Esq., in the Metropolitan theater, San Francisco, July 4th, 1805: 4> I confess, for one that I am not atraid of these f...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

Am brut y pea 85 ruts, SUVA'S NEW GALLERY. N. E. corner Kearny and Pine Sts. Card Pictures only per dozen. Don't forget, SILVA'S NKW GALLERY, N. E. corner Kearny aud Pine Sts. j> 9 2m WARD'S UNIVERSAL Hair Dressing, Shaving AND BATHING SALOON. 912 Kearny Street, between Jackson and pacific. LATHES and G-nilemen accommodated with Hot aud Cold Bath?. All kinds of Perfumery for sale. je9 3m NO CURE, NO PAY! GEORGE HOWE'S Infallible Cure for Rheumatism ! READ my Circular, aud every Progressionist will understand it. How true the PARABLE tjat God will choose the foolish to co touud ttie wise, and help him to advance from one standpoint to a higher. Consultation free of charge. Residence ou Virginia Place, No. 13. jt9-3m GEO. RO WE. OAKLAND PERRY. San Francisco and Oakland Railroad and Ferry Line, FROM CORNKR PACIFIC & DAVIS STS. CHANGE OF HOURS. ON aud alter THURSDAY. MAY 18th, 1865. i until further nonce, the hours nf departure will be as follows, Su d ty* excepte...

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She (!:lel)ator. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

She (! : lel)ator. j i 'j._ ! SAX FRANCISCO ; FRIDAY JULY 7, '18C:>. Thk Ei.kvatok will by delivered to cily subscribers by tttP rnrrier at SO r-nt* p»»r month. ; We will collect Ihe sub°criptioni» on the first Monday of every month, when we hope our friend* will be prepared for us. Subscriptions will be received by I). W. Rugglcs No. 310 Jack'on street; It. A. Ilatl, 017 Washington street; S. Howard, 32ti Davis street; or by any member of the I?xecutlve Committee. Single copies can be obtained as above, and also at White A itauer's News Depot, -113 Washington etreet; Georgia Res'aurant, 9215 Kearny street, arid at (his oflice.

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Call for a State Convention of the Colored Citizens of California. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

Call for a State Convention of the Colored Citizens of California. The undersigned, believing that at this time " the wisdom, the virtue, the learning, the wealth, and the piety of our people" should as•Pftoble in Convention to deliberate on the political ami educational interests, hereby request our leading men throughout the State to make arrangements to effect the same, A. WADDY, President I'ublic Meeting on May 2(Jth. Geo. W. Dennis, > ~ ~ * Wm. Bi'RUls, J ice Presidents. fcXKCUTIVE COMMITTEK OK SAN KHAN CISCO W. 11. Yates, 11. M. Collins, J. Madison Bell, VV. 11. llall, Jas. P. l>yer, Ed. \V. Parker, John J. Meshaw, 1). W. Ruggles. F.G HARBADOES, President. S. Pknkton, Vice President. J. R. Stakkey, Treasurer. S. Howard, Recording Secretary. R. A. Hall, Corresponding Secretary. George A. Deval, H. W. Davis. ' .las. E. Brown, William 11. Gibson, Sam'l A. Smyth, Anthony Osborne, S. R. Robertson, Henry Lewis, Wm. H. Make, Zadok F. Bell, Philip A. Bell, Daniel...

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The Day We Celebrate, and How We Celebrated It. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

The Day We Celebrate, and How We Celebrated It. The Fourth of July, 1865, will be marked in the history of San Francisco with a white •done, as a day on which the black man was first acknowledged as a citizen, and was permitted to taku his first step in his henceforth onward march of progress, which tends to the goal of our desires: " Equality before the Law." On the evening of the 3d the heavens were illumined with a gorgeous bow of promise and of hope, shadowing a bright j aud happy day ou the morrow. The day had been lowering, but no rain had fallen. About sunset we were surprised by observing a peculiar redness of the atinos-! phere. Looking eastward we saw, stretch-! ing across the Bay,,a magnificent rainbow, which the Omnicieut Artist had spread athwart the heavens, in token that Ins promise would be speedily redeemed. Its | base on either side was lost in the horizon, while its apex almost reached the zenith. It announced to us in an almost articulate voice, " Peace on earth,...

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COMMUNICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

COMMUNICATIONS. Little Diablo s Letter. Mr. Editor ;—When will some of the editors of papers sijjritioscd to l>e loyal learn tlie cause of the late war, or knowing the cause, when will they become honest enough to acknowledge it? 1 notice in the Spirit of tii>' Tirntv of the 24th inst., an article on " Nejrro Suffrage," which seems to be based on the idea that the late war was waged solely for the purpose of abolishing slavery, ft admits that the "negro regiments assisted infighting several of the battles which brought renown upon the country," and then asks, " if the negroes were not gaining that which they had desired for years—universal liberaty—in so doing? And further on wo are admonished to remember the number of whites slain in its consummation—just as though those whites had no other object in view, no other cause to fight for— save the liberation of the slaves. Is it necessary at this late day to remind any one that the advocates of slavery inaugurated...

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Letter from Washington. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

Letter from Washington. Washington, May 28th, 1855. Mb. Editor :—I was this day very agree-; ably surprised on opening out my ninil to find in a packet four numbers of Thk Eke- j vatok. Notwithstanding coming as they | did from some friend unknown at this time to me, yet they met with a hearty and cordial reception, and perused with more j than an ordinary degree of delight and admiration ; and 1 was forced to set myself to work to return my tllanks and congratu-, lations to the kind editors ond proprietors for their kindness to me, and its noble praiseworthy enterprise, in starting and giving to the pe«ple a dear little sheet whose demand is "Equality before the Law"—a very manly and reasonable demand for her people. For I contend that nothing short of this righteous demand will over do for an American citizen, let him be white or black. Therefore, be a man who stands up for the whole rights of my people. I do heartily indorse the sentiments contained in your paper, and do wish it ...

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C I It c U I- A K . [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865

C I It c U I- A K . The Executive Committee appointed at a meeting of the Colored Citizens of San Francisco, on the 21 th of January, present the following Address, explaining the origin and ob- 1 jject of their appointment. The difficulties which attended our celebra-' tion on the first of January, and indifference too I often evinced by the people generally in public affairs, induced many to believe that a perma-1 nent 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-0 th of j January to hear the final report of the Celebra- ! . tion 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 1 notice was given. Tha...

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