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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 15 September 1865
DIED. In obulla, Ohio, July 26th, Peter Gulgooo, Jr., grandson of Peter Ray, and only son of Peter and Cornelia Guignon, aged 16 years, ,i months, and 1 day. j Father and mother with eyes drooping tearfully, ! Strive to look upward and fix tbern on God ; i i lie hath Afflicted you grievously, fearfully, With bis deep denting and chastening rod. j Yet far above shines the clonld's lining goldingly, And your boy's face looking glorified through; j Waiting with stretched arms to clasp you enfoldingly, When in ll»aven your God shall unite you anew.
NOTIC E. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 15 September 1865
NOTIC E. A Ma«s Meeting of the Colored Citizen* of Sacramento C iinty will be held in tne A. M. E. Church, on WEDNESDAY, September 20tb, 1865, for the purpose of electing five Members to the State Convention to be held in Sacrnmento, October 2.&gt; th. Two members to beehcted from the County and three from the City. A full attendance is earnestly requested. Ky order of the Executive Committee, W. 11. HAItPER, President. E. A. Curk, Secretary. S:ic. City, Aug. 29, 1865.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 15 September 1865
IOVIOIi ; A Meeting of the Colored Citizens of San f Francisco will be held on WEDNESDAY E\ EXING, 27th instant, to elect Delegates to i the Convention to be held in Sacramento on [ the 25th of October. Notice will be given of the place in the next ' number of The Elevator. S. Howard, Secretary Executive Committee. Amateur Exhibition. The young Ladies and Gentlemen connected with the A. M. E. Church, Powell street, will give an Exhibition in said Church, agisted by several Amateurs, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAYS EVENINGS, Sept. 19th and 20th. The proceeds of the Exhibition will be given to the Church. Admission Fifty Cents. COMMITTEE: J. Madison Hem., Mrs. M. Scofied, John H. Brown, " Ellen Bell, J. 11. Scott, " Caroline Depee, J. B. Sanderson*. managers: Chas. A. Harrison, Mrs. A. Cook. Change of Programme each evening. ,N. B.—ICE CREAM and other refreshments will be provided. There will be preaching at the A. M. E. Union Church, Powell street, on Sabbath next, at 11 o'clock, a. M., at...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 15 September 1865
FOR SALE. A DAUBER SHOP and BATHING SALOON, at lied Mutt'. It is centrally located, and the best Shop in the place, and has a good run of cus torn. There are two Barber's Chairs, and three ; Ii ithing Tuba, and the effects entire, and with the I exception of the tools now in use all in good order. : Eor a peisou intending to remain in this State ii few years, a better investn-.ent cannot be found For pai ticulars inquire of the Proprietor, ROBERT TOLBOT, sel 2tn R"d Bluff, Tehama County. Relatives of the i»te george church, of Victoria, who was lost on the steamer j Brother Jonathan on the 30th of July, will please procure proofs of their relationship, and send to ! the Administrators. A. H. FRANCIS, M. W. GIBBS, and N. POINTER, Victoria. Anglo African copy aud send bill a* above, sel-tf The I'irate Shenandoah ETAS recently captured a large number of I 1 whaling ships, but she DID NOT capture the steamer which brought the large invoice of NEW and FASHIONABLE CLOTHING | For FRANK'S S...
TELECRAPHIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 15 September 1865
TELECRAPHIC SUMMARY. New York, Sept. 7.—The Time's special pays the President has received, within a few days past, numerous letters from prominent citizcnsof Virginia, North Carolina, and Mississippi, expressing their apprehension of an insurrection by the freedmcn in those These letters the President referred to the Freedmen's Bureau for consideration, and General Howard has issued a circular to Colonel Brown, Commissioner for the Freedmen for Virginia, recommending a patrol of citizcns, on the police system, to be under the control of the department commander in counties where there are no agents for the Freedmen's Bureau. Ex Governor Brown, of Georgia, was pardoned to-day by tne President. New York, Sept. Bth.—A letter, addressed by Mason,the rebel agent in Eng j land, to the London Times, of August '20, says he has sent orders long since to the! pirate Shenandoah to cease hostilities and go iuto port, disarm, and discharge her crew. The orders were sent through channels which w...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 15 September 1865
Dr. W. J. O. BRYANT HAS commenced the PRACTICE of MEDICINE j and be in prepared to give advice in all diseases incident to tbe humaa system. Correspondents addressing I)r. Bryant, and giving full symptoms, will be prescribed for, no matter what tbe disease. Communications confidential, and either returned or destroyed. Consultations free. Address, Dr. W. J. O. BRYANT, avg'JS-lf Camptonville, Cal. "PILORENCE SEWING Machines, No. 111 Montgomery street, San; Francisco. Every Machine sold is warranted to give entire satisfaction. If there are any within one thousand miles of this office th.it are not working well, the owner will please inform me, and they will be attended to without expense to them. Instruction given free, whether the person intends to purchase or not. SAMUEL lIILL, Agent. aug2s-3m Monday, July 31st, IHG.S. WILL COMMSNCE THR Fifth Term of the San Jose School. THE T. rm will consist of TWENTY WEEKS, or five months, of four weeks each. PRICES, BOARD AND TUITION, Including...
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F 111 VA T K LESS ON S —IS — FRENCH LANGUAGE,I Hy J. JOSSET, Graduate of the University of Pari", late Professor of the Lammenoia Normal School for Teachers. G34 Vallejo St., bet. Stockton &amp; Dupont. References:—At th« French Consulate. — Also, Messrs. GUBTAVK TOUCHARD, California Liovds; E. GAZA LIS, Merchant; Kev. J. CHOKE, Col. H. LEON AUD, U. rf. A. A t tf BROWN'S BAKERY. 1223 Stockton Street, bet. Pacific &amp; Broadway, i GREAT reduction of from 20 to GO per cent, on j BREAD, PIES and CAKES—aud made of j the btst the market affords. Family trade solicited, and goods delivered by j our wagon throughout the city—freah eveiy day. jy7-tf WM. McILWAIN, WATCH MAKER, No. 524 Battery Street, Opposite I'ostoffice— two doors from Jackson St.! SAN FRANCISCO. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He-i paired and Warranted. ap2B S. . 110 W A R I) , Hydraulic lIOSE Manufacturer, B Y MA C 111 N E SEWING. GUARANTEES HIS WORK TO STAND A PRESSURE OF FROM 75 TO 1(10 FEET FALL. j Twenty-...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 15 September 1865
SAVE YOUR TEE T H ! AN aching Tooth if properly treat.ed and tilled, can,—in nearly every instance—be rendered of for many year*. Persons wishing their Teeth attended to, will receive justice, in the quality and prices of Dr. ! CIIAS. II LANCASTER'S Dental Operations. FEATURES and FACILITY OP SPEECH restored by natural and easy titling Artificial Den- ! TURKS. Any number of Teeth mounted, on the most improved plan, in a skillful and durable manner. Office open all Night. All Operat4ons warranted to give entire satisfaction, or no pay taken. CIIAS. E. LANCASTER, Dentist. !)12 Dupont Street. Between Washington and Jackson. Sign of the GOLDEN T&lt; )OTH. my'Jii-tf THE NATIONAL* PICTURE, ' Reading the Proclamation of Emancipation Jin a Slave Cabin," IS strictly a subscription engraving, and can only be procured through R. J. TRUMBULL, 302 Montgomery Street. Room No. 9. up stairs,— General Agent, or EDWARD BARTIIROP, Can vassiug Agent, or by leaviug orders at this office II E N R...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 15 September 1865
MUSIC. ETCMusic, Embrodiery, And all kinds of FANCY NEEDLE-WORK, Taught by Mi6B PINDELL, Northwest corner Kearny and Br ad way. HAIR WORK taught in all its Branches, including Souveairs, Memorials. Fiower Work, Ornaments, etc. Lessors in the Spanish language given by a Spanish Lidy. Terms reasonable. One of Chlckering's superior Pianos for the a«e of pupils. ANNA P. W. PINDELL. jy2B-if New England Soap Factory J. P.DYER HAVING removed his Soap Factory to the Potrero. where he wiil continue the business o( Manufacturing Extra Family, Chemical, Olive ami Eureka Soap. J. P. Dvkr will be glad to see all his old friends and customers at hie New Establishment, and as many others as will favor him wilh their patronage, lie has also connected with the above biwiness, u TALLOW M ANUFACTORY", Where be has Tallow for sale in large or small quantities. Orders receivfd at the old Factory, comer of Masou and Pacific streets. ap* WHITE BAXIER, GENERAL NEWS AGENTS, 413 Washington Street, Opposite t...
Emancipation in Brazil—The Initueuce of our Kxani[>le on Oilier .Nations. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 22 September 1865
Emancipation in Brazil—The Initueuce of our Kxani[&gt;le on Oilier .Nations. We hfive received an account of the movement for the abolition of slavery in Brazil. This institution exists in every part of that empire, and the vast majority 1 of all the laborers are slaves. They are estimated at three millions—about one - third the population of the country.— i There is nowhere in the empire any considerable body of Brazilians who are not slaveowners. It is obvious, therefore, I that any movement to change the condition of this immense number of laborers could not originate, as with us, in a part 1 of the country comparative removed from ; the direct influence of slavery, and among I men not personally interested in its existence. In fact, the movement in Brazil I originates with the slaveowners. It is a measure that many of them favor out of a ; sincere and earnest conviction that the destruction of the institution of slavery is necessary for the welfare of the country | and o...
The Colored Men's Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 22 September 1865
The Colored Men's Convention. The convention of colored citizens of Virginia, at Alexandria, before adjourn ing on Saturday, adopted a series of reso Unions setting forth that during the dark- ; est hours of our history they remained loyal to the government, and when called 'upon, went forth to fight for the Hag that j ens'aved theft ; that as peace is restored, any attempt at reconstruction without j giving them all the rights and immunities 'accorded to the white citizens so lately in arms against the government, will be an act of gross injustice; that Congress be petitioned to reject all senators and re p.esentatives from Vit-ginia, and to keep the State under military control until the rights of the petitioners shall be established; that they cannot look upon acts of the: provisional government or its officers as friendly to them, but on the contrary, in- ' tended to degrade them; that Governor Pierpont be called upoif to define his position ; that his dubious course lttives the...
To Preserve Fruit without Seirsealiug Cans. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 22 September 1865
To Preserve Fruit without Seirsealiug Cans. Our house keeping friends are now engaged in preserving fruit, and for their benefit we copy the following: ' Prepare a cement of one ounce rosin, one ounce gura shellac, and a cubic inch of beeswax ; put them in a tin cup, and] melt slowly—too high or too quick heat may cause it to scorch. Place the jars where they will become! warm while the fruit is cooking. If they! ■ are gradually heated there i.s no danger! of breaking. As soon as the fruit is thoroughly heated and while boiling hot, fill the jars full, let the juice cover the fruit entirely.— Have ready some circular pieces of stout thick cotton or linen cloth, and spread over with cement a space sufficient to cover the* mouth and rim of the jars.— Wipe the rim perfectly dry and apply the cloth while warm, putting the cement side down, bring the cover over the rim and secure it firmly with a string ; then spread a coating ot cement over the surface. As the contents of the jars cool,...
A Novel hikl Notruortliy Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 22 September 1865
A Novel hikl Notruortliy Scheme. The Legislature took no practical action upon' the suggestion of Governor Andrew in regard to the surplus women of Massachusetts, hut in other quarters more nearly interested, what was said on the subject was listened to with genuine interest. In Washington Territory, one of the most fertile and promising regions on thu Pacific coast, there are eight thousand single men to loss than a hundred single women. The executive authorities lof the Territory resolved that such a lamentable state of affairs should not continue, have dispatched to the East Hon. A. Mercer, to promote the emigration of young women to that benighted region. Mr. Mercer lias been busy, has consulted with the authorities at Washington, with Governor Andrew, and with other gentlemen interested in philanthropic schemes, and bis efforts thus far have resulted satisfactorily. Mr. Mercer now announces that he will transport from New York to Washington Territory, free of all charge except ...
— A Dark Picture. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 22 September 1865
— A Dark Picture. 1 lie Daily Nashville Press and Times of August 2d has the following : "A gentleman who has just returned from Holmes county, Mississippi, gives a dark picture of the condition of affairs there. A former citizen of the county returned there to get a large quantity of cotton which lie had stored away. He found on inquiry that one of the most respectable physicians and planters in the neighborhood had confiscated the larger part of it—because it was otfned by a Yankee, that is, a Union man. An ar- , rest and confinement in prison by the military authorities soon made the thief disgorge part of his stolen property. He still lies in jai'. The rest of the cotton, I some 60,000 bales, was burned by the citizens as soon as they learned that the owner had come for it. The people there are more violently rebellious than ever. They take the amnesty oath, and then curse the Unionist an 1 the government more furiously than evi r. •! tis a common thing to hear them remark : " W...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 22 September 1865
JOB PRINTING. CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL-HEADS, etc., Neatly Executed and on Reasonable Terms. ROOM NO. 9, Phoenix Building, cor. Sansome and Jackson sts. ,663"*' Orders received for BOOK BINDING in every style. SUBSCRIPTIONS received at this Office for the following W«rks of Art: " Reading the Emancipation Proclamation in a Slave Cabin." Proof impressions, handsomely framed,. " President Lincoln at Home." A striking likeness of the late President and youngest son. Proof, framed $3 " In Mf.moriam." A Lithograph, large size, accompanying "Ptick," the Pacific Pictorial. Price, $2, which entitles the purchaser to twelve numbers of Puck. Subscriptions also received for the New York Anglo African. The first volume of the ANGLO AFRICAN MONTHLY MAGAZINE for sale, containing a portrait of the celebrated colored Novelist, ALEXANDER DUMAS. Also, correct likeness in character of IRA ALDRIDGE, the African Roscius. P. A. BELL, Agent. OAKLAND FERRY. San Francisco and Oakland Railroad and Ferry Line, ...
®bt (fUbator. Q [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 22 September 1865
®bt (fUbator. Q SAN FRANCISCO: FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 1865. i Trns Elevator will be delivered to city sub- j gcribers by the carrier at 50 cunts per month. We wilt collect the subscriptions on the first I Monday of every month, when we hope our friends' will be prepared for us. Subscriptions will be received by I). W. Rubles ; No. 310 Jack«on street; R. A. Hall, !&gt;l7 Washington street; S. Howard, 320 Davis street ; or by any member of the Executive Committee. Single copies can be obtained as above, and also * at White &amp; Bauer's News Depot, 413 Washington 1 street ; Georgia Restaurant, 923 Kearny street, and at this office.